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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1883)
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
neoted with the Northern Pacifio rail
road hospital service at Weeksville,
Montana, has returned to Portland.
MONMOUTH ANI) VICINITY.
Rev. Mr. Abbott, of*Clapl>am of Lon
We notice some strangers in our
don, the recognized leader df the Ritual
town during the last few days. .
Mrs. Work has been sick several days istic movement in Eugland, is in S m
with lung fever, but is some better. .
When Ilubort llowc Bancroft was in
Miss JLaird from Pleasant Hill is
Oregon, some years ago, gathering ma:
visiting the family of J. J, Bristow^
Mr. JainesT*a Methodist minister from
work. Mr. Vanderbilt is understood to
provide tho funds, but the Canada
Southern Company will acquire owner1
ship by issuing $1 000,000 nJ. five per
Travel has decreased over tlie Brook
Ivn Bridgo 80,000 since laBt Sunday.
The travel of vehicles has declined also
to the extent of $130 per day.
I i^HfcTíTT IVoto TyLrm ' 1V aco,
speciät ^ notice
tory of the Paoific States which relates Texas, sey that ‘reports are current in
Dallas, preached at the church last to the Northwest Coast, an assurance well-informed railroad cheles that a
was felt, from tho intelligent and con scheme ison foot by which it is ex
Rev. S. G. Irvine, D.D., of Albany, scientious manuor in which the work pected that Jay Gould will secure the
will lecture in the College chapel on was being laid out and pursued, that i contro) of the* Texas and St. Louis Nar
.»The Pioneer Low Prices in
Monday eve, June 18, 1883. Public our State would be awarded its proper row Gauge Railroad. It is said that
But since. Mr. Bancroft’s dissensions havo, brokeu out in the
Visit, OTOgdn has made suck 7narvolous direction of the road, and thero is likely
The Eleventh Annmd Rennion of the growth, aud her mugnilicent resources to bo a default in tho payment of the
Associate Alumni of Christian College have been, and are beinfc so rapidly de interest on construction bonds due July
Has just opened the Finest
will meet on Tuesday evening, June 19. veloped, tha) he has found it necessary 1, which may result iu tho appointment
Stock of Novelties in
All are oordially invited. The following to do a great deal more work here. For of a receiver for tho road, and nltimate-
is the programme :
that p urpoaa, L . Luudb« U* a-, « h * of -¿pr 4y4n ita ftri+ing into thu ‘tltnattlFOf Joy
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
MUSIC- M arch .
Bancroft! assistants, has been detailed Gould.
Introduction of the Claes of 1883.
The Niagara Fulls Park Commission
.I nvocation .....................................R ev . S impson . to gather such further material' as can
be used by Mr. Bancroft in the compi on June 9 adopted the following resolu
A ddress ..................................... “Jean Ingelow.”
lation of hij great woi.k, Mr. Lead- tion: That, in the judgment of the CLOTHING,
W. D. F enton , A. B.
better is nQw on the ground, accompa Board it is desirable toselectand locate,
E ssay ........................
“ I.ifo’s Furrows.”
nied by H.,S. Foote, his stenographer, as proper and necessary to be purchased
Miss C lara G ard , B. S.
P oem ....................... C. E. W olverton , A. B., ’72. and will commence his labors atouce.
for the purpose of the preservation of
Bunday evening the O. R. <Sr N. Co/s. tho scenery of tlml'ulIs of Niagara, and
A ddress . ...................“ Odds and Ends.”
______ . Q. D. B uvler , B. S.--------------- -
— round bouse at Blalock’s was destroyed^
restoring the side scenery to its natural
A nnals ..................... Miss M aggie B utler , B. 8. by fire together with six locomotives;
condition, the following lands Goat
Judgment was rendered against Col.* Island, tho Three Sister Islands, Bard
B enediction ........... P res . D. T. S tanley , A. M.
W. C. Gaston, in his suit with the Island, Lula Islands,. Chapin Islands;
wmi ths small.. Msfrtt iidjoHTrffg" 'tcrWÌ3=
Northern Parific-f iftrHTrrrt-hnrntr’Tl
’ GLASS & QUEENS WARE
"Th^ToHowing is the programme of the
islands in the Niagara River’, and bed of
Company for attorneys ^ecs.
literary entertainment given by the
Stages between Glendale and ReddiDg said river between said islands and the That was ever opened in this
Union Society of Christian College,
are now running on short time, and nil mainlandan the State of New York, -and
Monmonth, Oregon, Wednesday eve,
mail for Eastorn States and California al.so.tbo bed of said riv<>r between Goat
June 20, 1883:
will hereafter bo sent overland, except Island and the Canadian boundary ;
O pening A ddress . ............. ;P, O. P owell .
alsp the strip of land beginning near
R ecitation .. .. , .T7;. /“'The Burning Ship.". ing the day the steamer sails, when the
Miss A llie B utler .
mail will be Bent that way. This will Port Day, in said village, and running
■dong the shore of said river and includ
O ratt 8 n . .. ...................... “ Intellectual Powers." be good news for tho public, as the mail,
B. L. M urphy .
will now arrive regularly every day ing Prospect Park, Tho Cliff and also
D eclamation .............. ...“The Polish Boy.”
(Sundays excepted), and ou time. The Debris Slope. The amount of properly
8. M. D aniel .
MUSIC.____ ZZ______ — employes at the Posfcoftiee will also to - to be Ums seeured will not, it is beHeved,
E ssay :................“Night briags out the Stars.”
“joice at this change. A good suggestion exceed $1,000,000.
Miss M illie D oughty .
P aper ................. .......... “ The Union Sunbeam.” is made in this connection, however, to
I have just added to my Stock
Miss C lara G aud , M iss E tta D avidson ,
the effect that it would be well to
a full assortment of
A ddress . . -................Satisfaction.” still Bend all third and fourth-class
J ay B utler .
Farmers Mercantile Association of
C omic R ecitation ............... “ The Boy’s Story.” matter by steamer, as it wonld come in Monmouth aro receiving a very fine
Miss L ena D icus .
much better shape, and be more satiHfuc- aesortpient of goods complete in every
OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.
S elect R eading ............. .“ The Wedding Fee.” tory to the public, whilst the first and department for the spring trade. Dress
Miss B ertha P owell .
R ecitation ........... ....................... •• The Heroine.” second-class mail would not be so much styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a Also a full line of
Miss P aradine D oughty
crowded, and would come in botter splendid assortment of Bootsand Shoes,
lints and Caps, Fancy und Staple Goods,
C losing A ddress ............................. A. M c Q ueen . shape, overland.
Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
ware, Ac., Ac. 1»< member you can
money by dealing with thia eBtab- In the hands of skillful Milliners
Francis M. Scoville, sister of Charles
who wilL fill all Orders that
The Raymond Holmes Company have Guiteau, who was divorced from her
may be trusted to them.
met with gpat success on the Sound.
husband, George Scoville, last January,
the railroad, brings you to Dallas, and
The Portland Tug Boat Company held Hied a petition in the Circuit Court of gives you a chance to look through the
Full satisfaction guaranteed.
a meeting Saturday, st which H. W. Chicago, June 9, to have her name Stacks of New Goods at the White
Brick. Prices Bedrock. You find the
Corbett was elected President and changed to Rrancis Maria Howe.
William 8. Sibson Secretary.
It is now settled that Governor Latest Novelties in’Dress Goods, Trim
mings, Wraps, Mens and Boys Clothing.
Sunday afternoon, about 3:39 o’clock, Grant will call an extra session of the The best and finest Stock of Boots and
a row boat containing a man and a Legislature to consider matters con j Shoes of every grade. .Beside? Fancy
woman was upset, by some mischance, neeted with Colerado’«-pmprmed onpTtnt | itrrf Htnptp”tfbullK. T11' OTbrie's, Har cTvare,
Remember your \ ou will find a Complete Stock
in the middle of the river at the foot of building, and at thearme tiinemudh de Crockery, Ac., Ac.
j expenses more than savad by buying
Taylor street. The woman managed to fective legislation will be corrected.
of General Merchandise in the
I your spring bill at .J. D. Leo’s at the
An epidemic has bro^e out among tho ■ White*Brj*?k.
keep well out of water by crawling upon
hands of obliging Salesmen.
the'Bottom of the upturned boat, while cattle shipped on the steamer lh-'wtol at
If you want to gel a picture copied or
Produce taken at the highest
the man hung on to the bow, up to bis Montreal, for England, June 8. When enlarged or a lot of fluo views of Oregon
neck in water. A friendly boatman, ro- the vessel reached Quebec, Jone 9, 37 and Columbia river scenery, or a dozen
Please call and examine my
spondingto the vociferous cries for cattle had died, but the steamer nover
help, rescued the« unhappy pair from theless exchanged pilots and proceeded I. O. Davidson, the busiest and most Stock and Lrico^.
successful photographer in Portland.
what promised to be a watory grave, and to sea.
landed them at the International Hotel,
The bridgo of the Canada .Southern
where they disgorged some of the fluid Railway at Niagara, is to be completed
Opposito the Opera House,
they had been forced to absorb.
about December 1,, at an estimated cost ' At Olympia, W. T., Juno 3, 1883, to
Dr. G. C. Lans, who has been con- of $590,000. About 300 men are at the wife of E. B. Bedwell, a bou .
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