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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1883)
wheat, which was being forced to a
premature head by the dry, hot weather.
In the Red River Valley, Minn., it was
especially bad, and the rain arrived too
late to help that section. .
The east-bound passenger train, on
York and Now England road,
olerk, has fallen heir to fortune by the
Ironstone, Mass., at 8 o'clock, A. M.,
death of a rich New York relative.
A tract of land three-fourths of a mile July 6. Both engines and several cars
west of Bozeman lias been reserved for were wrecked . It is reported that sev
townsite purposes by the Northern Pa eral liveB were lost.
The bodies of Robert Ritter and
' Since the change of the Billings mail William Ayer, who were drowned in
Silver Lake, on the Fourth, were recov
The Pioneer Low Prices in
on the 5th. ItseemsTfiat Ritter
much troubled to get their mail. Some
of them have to ride thirty miles to and Ayer had taken a young man by the
name of Amos Shopten olft in a boat,
reach a postoffice.
Dr. Parberry of White Snlpher with a view to scaring him, he being
Has just opened the Finest
Springs, has Bold his band of between unable to swim. The boat upset, and
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3,000 and 4,000 sheep, at $3.30 per“ whtte tie clung twit, they »truck ouLfor
head, which, together with-, th0 net shore, and the water being very cold,
profit ou the season’s 'clip of wool, they were cramped, and were the I FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
brings the price per sheep, realized this drowned victims of their own folly.
The National Exposition building at
year, up to about $5. • x
Through travel over the Northern
Pacific is beginning to be noticeable ance. Exhibitors áre busily engaged in
arranging their display. The fing art
Musick & Cole of Willow Springs
precinct are testing Borne quartz with an Union Pacific, Burlington and Atlantic,
and Pacific Railways are rearranging
arastra, with favorable prospects.
Wimer & Sons and DeSelles A Co. of their displays, and providing-for exten
Josephine county liave commenced
cleaning up. Both claims will make a Danville Company, operating inr V*.,
has been assigned a prominent space in
GLASS & QUEENS WARE
Work is rapidly progressing on the which to show its mineral cabinet,
reputed to be the finest in the United
John Justus, who killed his father in States. To complete the iron, coil and That was ever opened in this
Jackson county was sentenced to be precious metal collections, the Rocky
Mountain Commissioners of the Tertio
haDged August 31.
There is a report up the valley that Millennial Exposition, of Banta Fe
promise to exhibit their entire mill of
Mt. Jefferson is smoking. Well, let it collections at the close of the exposi
smoke ; it is old enough.
tion. The management have arranged
The body of Elmer H. Scott was with Calendar's famous Georgia min
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found drowned in Rogue river, He strels to furnish the music at the open
has been missing some time.
Jackson county is the only county in
BUSINESS LOCALS. '
the State in which there is a whisky
I have just added to my Stock
distillery. There was 2,800 gallons
Farmers Mercantile Association of
Monmouth are receiving a very fine
a full assortment of
The Silverton Appeal says the smoke assortment of goods complete in every
department for the spring trade. Dress
is thick enough to cut with a knife. Goods and TrimmiLgs of the latest CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
Ashes and other burned particles are styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a
OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.
splendid assortment of Boots and Shoes,
falling in every direction.
Supt. Ennis of the Sterling mines Hats and Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods, Also a full line of
Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
says water has failed so fast during the ware, Ac., Ac. liemember you can
warm weather, that cleaning up has save money by dealing with this estab-
commenced considerably earlier than ment.
on Inl the hands of skillful Milliners-
usual. The run was short, but will no
the railroad, brings you to Dallas, and
doubt prove a good one.
who will fill all Orders that
gives you a chance to look through the
G. V. Stephens, J. B. Harris’ assist Stacks of New Goods at the White
may be trusted to them.
ant superintendent of construction, has Brick. Prices Bedrock. You find the
Full satisfaction guaranteed.
gone to Baker City to work on the rail- Latest Novelties in Dress Goods, Trim
mings, Wraps, MenB and Boys Clothing.
I road there.
The best and finest Stock of Boots and
Shoes of every grade. Besides Fancy
and Staple Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
The planters in Ak. are very anxious Crockery, Ac., Ac.
about cotton crops, as worms have ap expenses more than saved by buying
youi spring bill at J. D. Lee’s at the
peared in many places.
You will find a Complete Stock-'
At Philadelphia there were seven
of General Merchandise in the
deaths from sunstroke.
hands of obliging Salesmen.
There were 51 cases of sunstroke in
New York and Brooklyn Saturday, 13
In ro Estate of F. M. Magart, deceased.
Produce taken at the highest
of which were fatal. The highest point
otice is hereby given that i Market rates.
have been appointed Administratrix ol the
of the thermometer was 97 degrees.
Estate of F. M. Magart, late of Polk County, de Please call and. examine my
The beat in New York City July 7 ceased. All persona indebted to said Estate
Stock and Prices.
was as intense as that of yesterday. Up will »lease make me immediate payment of
the H«ne and all persona holding claims there-
to noon nine cases of sunstroke were against will present them to me duly verified
within fi months from date.
reported. None of them were fatal.
Dated, Monmouth. June 2fi, 1883.
Opposite the Opera House,
Advices from along the Northern
PHOEBE J. MAGART,
Pacific and its branches show general
DALY A BUTLER,
nuns July 6 and 7. This improved
The Barker Smelting Company has
NEWS OF THE WEEK
pat a force of men at work developing
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
mines in Montana District.
Mr. Thomas Owens, chief officer of
Lumber is worth $150 per thousand
the American ship Corsica, now lying at Cook City. That ought to be a good
at Portland, is visiting his old friends, opening for a saw mill.
"~1ÜF. aul Nil. MIW.
Still dry with no indications of rain.
The farmers are cutting their grass.
Prof. Yates and wife have returned to
Some of the parties who went to the
Coast did not remain long. It was too
cold for them. They say it was neees-
6ary to wear heavy wraps.
Some of the gentlemen who went to
the Falls last week were quite lucky it
Beems, for each of them brought in a
- dear» —These were Borne of the parties
who saw so many bare tracts in the sand
along the .creek.
The Fourth passed off quietly in our
town. ~ Reason : Not enough left in
it to cause a disturbance.
Smoke and dust these dry days fill a
good portion of the atmosphere.
Mr. Joseph Myres, at Eugene City,
had his leg broken byta bauk oaving on
Clem Merscher was arrested at Amity
for arsofi, and lodged in jail.
J. M. Cain of Dallas took some medi
cine by mistake and came near killing
Mrs. Marion Smith, who lives at
Pilot Rock, attempted to commit suicide
by taking chloroform.
July 7 a fire destroyed the Dallas
The insurance was
$4000, about two-thirds their value.
The oldest printer in the State of
Oregon lives in Yanibill county. He is
81 years old, and named James C.
Samuel Ward, who lived in Douglas
county, while riding a horse at full
speed, the animal fell, throwing the
rider and so fatally injuring him that he
died in a short time, on the 5th inst.
Peter Mortimer, in Crook county at
tempted to draw a rifle out of a wagon
with the muzzle toward him. The gun
was discharged and the ball went
through his shoulder. The same old
The crew at work on the Coos Bay
break-water consists of 23 mfen, and 160
cubic yards of rock are being damped
at the end of the jetty daily. The
crew will be increased to 30 men.
The parties engaged in killing sea
lions at the entrance to the Coquille are
supposed to have killed 150 up to the
last of June, and still the lions seem to
be as numerous as before the killing
was commenced, says a Bandonian.
Wednesday the thermoneter register
ed 102 degrees, in the shade, at Butte.
The Smith River cattle growers receiv
ed $50 per head for their beeves this
'■ Grasshoppers in great numbers have
made their appearance on West Gallatin.
Six thousand pounds of Maiden bul
lion was shipped to the railroad a few
Judd Sanborn died at Maiden on the
21st of June. It wax the first death in
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- Ezra Poppleton.