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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1883)
may be very greatly increased by a fur
ther rise, and the June rise is about
due. If it comes now, with the present
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
Monmouth, Oregon, Jane 19, 1883. stage of water, the loss will be very
Wolf Clab, No. 1, is hereby suspended heavy. The water now encroaches upon
isite the city,.
From ihe present indications it is safe
We learn that Mr. Velton, the Ger
assume that the Northern Pacific will
man teacher of the College will spend
completed by the last of August,
his vacation in Portland.
when through trains will run between
Several parties in Monmouth and
St. Paul and Portland. The road car
vicinity will soon start to the coast'to
ries 150 pounds of baggàge on the
spend a few weeks.
Eastern Division and 100 pounds on the
The student^will soon be gone home Western Division, and the stage compa-
and our town for the time being will ny 40 pounds free. Pullman sleeping
look a little deserted.
and dining cars aro run detween St.
Mrs. D. Stump and son went to Salem Paul aud Helena, and Pullman sleeping
Monday evening io bear Miss Willard, cars on the Western Division.
and were perfectly “ carried away.”
A collection of the mineral and vege
Brethren W. W. Richardson of Scio, table products of Honduras have been
A. S. Powell of Albany and D. S. Hol brought Jo San Francisco by President
man of McMinnville have paid us Don Marco Anreili Soto, of Honduras,
and will be opened to the public at the
pleasant calls this week.
The annual supper of the Associate State Mining Bureau on July 2. The
Alumni of Christian college was given at collection was brought to this country
the residence of Judge Butler on Tues for the purpose of advertising the pro
day evening. They have the thanks of ducts of Honduras, and attracting the
attention of American capitalists, mor-
the printers for some nice cake.
chants and settlers.
We notice several old students and
Arrangements have been made with
friends of the College from different
the O. R. & N. Co. for a reduction of
points of the State in attendance on the
fare on all trains and boats for the
connnencenrentr- exerciftes this week.
Fourth of ^HyT^e^ToìnpaO ’ Win
Our space forbids a separate notice of
issue tickets good for th? 3rd, 4th, 5th,
and 6th, with forty per cent off.
A justice of the peace in Vancouver
PACT FC COAST.
is doing a big business in marrying
The Spring Valley Water Company is people from this State, and keeping his
assessed for its personal property this mouth shut about it. He avorages two
The run of salmon on the lower Co
The old railroad bridge across the
lumbia has constantly increased for the Clackamas, fell into the river a day, or
past ten days. The prospects for a two ago. It has been unused for a
good season a>e very encouraging.
number of years.
A halibut weighing 202 pounds has
The overland mail is now running,
been caught in Puget Sound, near which gives us a daily mail from San
Whatcom, W. T.
Francisco, except on steamer days.
The Superior Court has decided
The Oregon Iron and Steel Works are
against the Central Pacific Railroad in a
thinking of building a large iron ship,
suit brought by the city and county of
which will be the first iron ship ever
San Francisco to recover taxes on the
built on the coast. They are trying at
steamers Thoroughfare and Transit. _
present to secure a proper site for lay
The Arabic arrived in San Francisco
ing the keel. A piece of land near
June 17, from China with dates from
Smith Bros.’ saw mill has been looked
Hongkong of May 16 and Yokohama
at and a price offered for the use of the
May 13. An edict has been issued that
land ks a ship yard, which will probably
the telegraph lines from Woosnng to
be accepted. It is to be hoped the
Shanghai and from Amoy to Hoibow be
vessel will be built, to show other sec
built by the Chinese alone. The Great
tions a part of Oregon’s boundless re
Northern line will only connect up to
points outside the port of Hongkong.
A large number of East Portlanders
A telegram was recently received from
went to the printers* pic-nic Saturday,
the Hrwaiian Government that no more
and spent a very pleasant time, some of
Chinese will be permitted to land in the
the young ladies carrying off prizes.
It ¡8 reported that some 15,000 cords
Commander H. E. Mullen of the
of wood were destroyed by fire Saturday
United States Navy will be court-mar
night below Albina and this side of
tialed for the loss of the Ashuelot.
Vancouver. The fire lit up the sky for
General Foote arrived at Soul, the
a great distance.
Capital of Corea, on the 14th, and ex
Oscar Talle, a prominent amateur
changed the ratifications of Schufeldt’s
of San Francisco, is visiting
He will probably show his
The ratifications of the English and
daring hia stay.
German treaties have been postponed
John McCafferty, who was largely in
until the dhd of the yoar.
Astoria tendered a reception and ban terested in the Comstock mines in their
quet to her brave fire laddies on their best days, later in Arizona and Colorado
mines, and now obtaining mining prop
return from Salem.
The river at Kansas City, June 17 was erty in Montana, arrived in Portland
twenty-one and a half feet above low from New York on the 16th instant.
water mark. At midnight a large por Mr. McCafferty is here to try and form
tion of the bottom lands were overflow a coke company to furnish coke from
ed» uud ceriow cteaaage wdooe, whieU this Nvrthwwt 09Mt to wwk the i»-,
NE WS,OF THE WEEK.
mense fields of base metal ore in M on
Rev. J. T. Waterhouse, formerly hav
ing a church in the Hawaiian Islands,
bat recently doing missionary work in
San Francisco, has presented to the
Men's Christian Association a protest
against the bowling alley in the base
ment of the association bnilding. He
says : “ I protest in the name of many
subscribers that this bowling alley is
an outrage and a wrong to the sub
scribers. The Lord’s work on the top
and the DeviFs traps below
...... TIie Tloiiet!!* Txiw Friv^J iu
successful in a religions sense, and will,
iu the end, prove a failure. The game
of tenpins is introduced because the
game of ninepins ii against the law, and
Has just opened the Finest
snch an evasion is not iu keeping with
a Christian sentiment.”
Stock of Novelties in
Hen. Morrow, of Vancouver barracks,
has been elected Grand Marshal of the
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
Fourth of July parade in Portland.
GOODS, • ►
ExSenator Ramsey and others have CLOTHING,
organized the Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Seacoast Railway, with a capital of
$15,000,000. Th? road will run from
Minneapolis south toward the Qulf of
' TUB Lu—'vuujliug ' »»lied m Chinsgn, rÄ LlSW,
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Jnne 16, fir the purpose of rebuking
' ~ GROCERIES,
the Pope for interference in political
affairs in Ireland, was well attended,
GLASS & QUEENS WARE
2,000 pressing into the West Twelfth
street Turner Hall to-night. A series of That was ever opened in thia
resolutions were adopted, while directed
at His Highness, did Dot use his name,
bnt some of the speakers did, rather
freely. The resolutions, after reciting
what Parnell hod done for Ireland, de
clared that tho best answer to his tra-
ducers, in whatever quarter they would
be found, would be in swelling the
funds to raise his estate from debt.
General Chas'. Ewing is lying danger
ously ill with pnenmonia at his home in
I have just added to my "Stock
Washington City, and his death is
hourly expected. General Ewing is a a full assortment of
brother of Thomas Ewing, of'Ohio, and CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
a relative by marriage of General Sher
OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.
, Farmers Mercantile Association of
Monmouth are receiving a very fine
assortment of goods complete in every
department for the spring trade. Dress
Goods and Trimmings of the latest
styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a
splendid assortment of Bootsand Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods,
Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
ware, Ac., Ac. Remember you 'can
save money by dealing with this estab-
A N ice R ide of thirty-five minutes on
the railroad, brings you to Dallas, and
gives yon a chance to look through the
Stacks of New Goods at the White
Brick. Prices Bedrock. You find the
Latest Novelties in Dress Goods, Trim
mings, Wraps, Mens and Boys Clothing.
The best and finest Stock of Boots and
Shoes of every grade. Besides Fancy
and Staple Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Crockery, Ac., Ac. Remember your
expenses more than saved by buying I
your spring bill at J. D. Loe’s at the
If you wanFto get a picture copied or
enlarged or a lot of fine viewB of Oregon
and Columbia river scenery, or a dozen
first-class photographs any size, go to
I. G. Davidson, the busiest and most
successful photographer in Fojtltujd,
Also a full line of
In the handB of skillful Milliners
who will fill all Orders that
may be trusted to them.
Full satisfaction guaranteed.
You will find a Complete Stock
of General Merchandise in the
hands of obliging Salesmen.
Produce taken at the highest
Please call and* examine my
Stock and Prices.
Opposite the Opera House,