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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1883)
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a grave than grow up a profane cilod. The furniture is of<he most its freedom from saloons and its
and graceless boy.”
luxurious and beautiful pattern. A high social and moral tone, it is in
During May, 1883, there were 5
Not long before the death of Mr. wide hallway leads into the main deed a good place to “ go to,” and a
days during which rain fell, and an
. Adams a gentleman said to him :
saloon, and on one side of it is a better place " to stay.”—A’e.
aggregate of 1.G2 in. of water, 9
“ I have found out who made bed-room, while at the other a large
clear and 17 cloudy days other than ,
those on «rhich rain fell.
Temperance in England.
“ What do you mean ?” asked Mr.
The bath-room has a deep tub
The mean temperature for the
and a marble toilet-stand. The
IIMH ti I I
ih e gentlemiOT r eplied: ~ —-
has been meeting with varied for mean temperature for the month
“ I have been reading the pub which, when not in use, is a
68°, on the 29 th. Lowest daily
lished letters of your mother.”
mahogany wardrobe, richly carved. tunes in this country, and has lately
mean 44°, on the IGth. Mean
“ If,” this gentleman relates, " I The grand saloon itself is as large suffered many rebuffs, its progress
temperature for the month at 2
had spoken that dear name tq,some as many city parlors, and it is fitted in England seems to be assured ; a
o’clock p . M., G4.G4 . Highest tem
little boy who had been for weeks with every imaginable convenience, result due largely, no dpubt, to the
natural and healthy methods of perature 77°, at 2 o’clock P. M., on
awaY from his mother, Jlia^fiXCS- JÀdtìdwJki^
“^wlucb'Tihe 29th. Lowest temperature 4fF7
could not have flashed more bright-
In addition to these luxuries, 'agilatlmF “and legislation’
ly than did the eyes of that vener some of the presidents add bronzes have been in operation, The di- at 7 o’clock a . m ., on the 2nd.
The prevailing winds for the
able old man when I pronounced and pictures to the rest of their minution in the use of beer and ■
spirituous liquors in Great Britain month were from the 8. W. during
the name of his mother.”
traveling furniture.— Ex.
is indicated by. the foctdthaX the.. 5 days, South .7 days^. NQrtli.18
11 e stood up in h is peculiar man
The indigent below alluded to, revenue from excise duties is now days, N. W. 1 day. No frost during
ner and said :
the month at this point. -
“Yes, sir; all that is good in me appeared in our columns last sura-*, §25,000,000 less than it was seven
During May, 1882, there were 7
mer, but so distorted as to weaken years ago. Sir Wilfrid Lawson,
I owe to my mother.”:— Ex.
daj’s, and 1.51 in. of water,
its force, and we now give it accu after years of persistent-agitation;
seemed the adoption of the principle 14 clear and 10 cloudy days.
How Railway Kings Travel. rately : '
Six years ago, on a Saturday of local option by the House of Mean temperature for the month
The traveler w’ho has modern
afternoon, the -National-Bank of Commons in 1880, and within the., J3.35'.-_ Highest-daily 7Q°T on the.
sleeping-cars anil hotel-cars at KTs
Marseilles, Ill., paid $750 of a new last two weeks the same body, by 31st. Lowest daily, 42°, on the
command would eeem to have
T. P earce .
issue of its five dollar bills to Oliver a majority of eighty-seven, re 113th.
reached the height of luxury. He
R. Adams, secretary of the Mar- affirmed the principle that the
is surrounded by soft fabrics of ex-
seilles- Manufaetur'mg---Company,r quest ionuif the-Kahu-of
4uisiue coiur, auu ueauvuui speci-
which he used that evening in pay liquors in communities shall be set- |
mens of handiwork in choice woods
ing the workmen in their shops. ; tied by the inhabitants of such a j
and costly metals. His dinner is
When the bank closed on the fol ■ community, the ministry accepting
served to him while he is being
lowing Monday, no other bills of i substantially Kir Wilfrid Lawson’s
whined along at thirty-five or forty
that issue had been paid out,.’ "That I resolution. The unanimity of the
miles an hour. But the magnates
year the whole saloon privilege was j best English sentiment bn thè sub
of the great i ail road lines contrive
HAVE .JUST REMOVED FROM
farmed out by the town to one man, ject is striking, an 1 may well fur T
1 my oid Stand to a
to secure still finer cars and- still
for §1,500, and by four o’clock on nish food for reflection for our own
greater luxuries for themselves
that same Monday afternoon, their temperance agitators. Tho < 'll nrch
when they travel.
saloon monopolist had actually de of England Temperance Society
The President of the Central
posited to his own credit in that now numbers about 500,000 mem
. • South of the Post Office,
Pacific Railway has recently or
same bank, between §450 and §500 bers, spends over §100,000 a year
dered a palace car to be built for
in this work, and has not only the Where I can be found at the
of those identical five dollar bills.
his wife, the cost of which is to be
The suggestive fact was made sympathy but the active coopera
thirty thousand dollars. Mr. Van
public, and at the next spring elec tion of the great body of laymen
derbilt has a private car which cost
tion the people voted out the and clergymen in the English When the wants of the community de
forty thousand dollars. One-half
saloons, and they have not returned; Church. The other religious bodies
mand, where I keep
of the interior is a grand saloon
^pd the famous victory Of the are even more enthusiastic, and the
walled in big plate-glass windows,
seventh instant, with nearly a two steady and healthful’ progress of : FLOUR AND BACON
and furnished with arm-chairs,
to one vote for prohibition against the reform is due largely* to the
lounges and tables. The ether half
“ High License ” gives good encour absence of extravagant claims And Constantly on hand. And I will try and
is occupied by a kitchen, bath- |
agement that they never will- Mr. of denunciations for difference of
supply my customers with as good
room, private sitting room, etc. •
George Woodford, whose able efforts method ; coffee-houses are multi
Mr. Vanderbilt has inherited his
contributed so largely to this victo plying throughout England, tem
father’s fondness for fast traveling
ry, was presented on the triumphal perance meetings are largely attend AS THE MARKET AFFORDS, AT
with a special engine, on special
occasion with a gold-headed cane, ed, and the agitation has passed
time, and often makes six hundred
and was feted generally. Facts like into something like a great popular
miles between .daylight and. dark. .
These" are what the people wanÇ” Wvethérit.—C'AHrtian Union:
Thanking my friends for former
lie dislikes night travel, but when
and this one can be verified at any
patronage would respectfully solicit a
it is necessary/ he has a “ sleeper ”
time by reference to the cashier* of
The city „of Des Moines, Iowa, ac continuance of the same.
attached to his private car.
that bank, or to any of the Mar
cording to the Register, has dcclar- i
The president of the Erie rail
A. B. GRIGGS.
seilles Manufacturing Company,
ed for §1,000 license, as against §250 i Maj 22, 1H33;
way has one of the most elegant of
gentleman of unquestioned integ
last year, and yet eleven more sa- ‘
private cars. It is seventy-two feet
rity, and of w’hom, on any moral
loons have paid, their money, and |
long or a little longer than the Pull
issue, no one ever asks where they
rpwo GOOD HOUSES, ONE
are at work under the new regime, I
1. with one lot, the other with
two lots, in the town of Mon
The first room is walled with
Capital is constantly looking
mouth ; a good garden spot.
Irish, bog-oak, carved and ceiled toward Marseilles, for its wonderful does not argue well for restriction a Km-d'wgjFn. Terms : half down and the
balance on time. For further information
with lighter wood, ornately steu-1 water power, its delightful scenery, by high lioense,
apply to Robert Foulkes in H eb . u 4) office.
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