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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1883)
NEWS OF THE WEEK
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
Wheat harvest comes next.
Plenty of smoke and dust,
Grass saving is about over in this
11. R. Boothby and wife have gone to
Eugene on a visit.
Miss Ada Waller who has been teach
ing school at Dufur, Wasco county, has
returned to Monmouth.
L. B. Rowland, of the firm of Rowland
& Callison, reel estate agents at Eugene
The Farmers’ Mercantile Association,
Monmouth, have on hand a fine assort
ment of good« for the 8ummer trade.
We call on them quite often and find
U mbo - readyM»d--al»U--4«--«upply«-4Mt*.
Spokane Falls is about to build an
$8 000 Methodist College. >
Hen. R. P. Boise will deliver the
annual address at the State Fair.
There now remains Jbut 100 miles of
track to complete the Northern Pacific.
Railroad surveys are progressing up
both the North and South Palouse.
Extensive forest fire* are raging in
hold out unusual indnobments to news
paper men. Tbis time it is the Evening
Journal that will lannch out upon the
The Executive Committee of the com
ing Oregon State Fair are booming
things, preparing for this, the event
next of greatest interest to our people
Lewis Miller, a bridge builder, fell
off a trestle, near Holbrook, on Satur
day, and fractured his right band.
The daily bulletin of the S^nal
Corps of the United States Signal Ser
vice, ending at 7:30 p. m , July 22,
shows the weather at Portland and
xrvocuuifc nmunj , au Mouiaujvuw auu
Red Bluff clear. No report from Olym
There is a great rush of (esorters to
the Wilhoit Soda Springs, in Clackamas
JAA-gf§at. place, and one
where people find much pleasure as
well as health..
There are at the present time 154
petitions on the dockets of the District
courts throughout the State praying for
a dissolution of the bonds of matrimony,
and out of that number 100 of the
libeliant« are wives. Divorce market
be cocrftig up. Weil, we taver n«
wife, so miss all the worry of divorce
End of track, on the west end of the
<1 t /retire m
8utl . r A
Moigan D. Tracy has been appointed
Receiver of the Laud Office at Lewiston.
A gang of 13 ^binamen were robbed
of $'.‘50 n—ir Hangman creek, in Spo
kane con at/, last week.
According to the figures of the Couuty
Assessor, the population of Columbia
county, W. T., is 5,309.
Plainsville, W. T., consists of four
business buildings and four residences,
part of the latter being tents.
The Wallowa Valley is rapidly set
tling, the increasing immigration being
fatly 100 per cent, over that of last
J. C Swash will resume the publica
tion of the Grand Ronde “ Post ” as
soon as new material can be obtained
from San Francisco .
Fifteen buildings were burned in the
Sprague fire, we learn from the Herald,
and the total loss wm $50,000 ; insured
Missoulian : People waiting for the
arrival of. the train can see the head
light of the locomotive beyond LavalU
Creek, some nine miles away.
There is a suspicion in Dayton that
McPherson, one of the Cummins mur-
'/ den, is the man who killed Hager, near
Waitsburg, three years ago.
The whistle of the locomotive of the
Oregon Short Line will be heard in
Ontario on Snake river by August 1,
1883, says a writer in the Baker City
Daring the six months ending '.tune
.80, the population of Oregon and Wash
ington Territory has been increased by
an immigration of 30,941 persons.
Fire is reported in the mountains
. above Farmington, and from the smoke
that envelopes everything one would
think it was escaping from the lower
The bridge across that
stream will be finished in four days.
Track will then rapidly be laid east
ward. Oa the eastern end the End of
Track is fifteen miles west of Helena.
For a long time the halyards of the
flag staff in front of the joss Louse,
Portland, have beenout of repair and
several persons have attempted to climb
up the pole, forty feet high to fix the
the rope but failed, until last evening a
young man named F. P. Hunt, reaohed
the top and retired the damage. Fully
one thousand people witnessed the as-
cent- He was rewarded with $10 by
the proprietor of the joss house.
Dayton Chronicle ; Wall» W*U* moat
A London dispatch states that the
St. Louis has decided to have no more
whipping in its public schools.
The West Point cadets will break
camp and return to barracks August 28.
Summer resorts are getting too num
erous—ar’n’t people enough to go
A Hartford milkman has cleared
$11,000 in seven years, NO watered
The very few malarial diseases re-
ported by physicians in New Orleans do
not cause any alarm. There is no
case of yellow fever, nor any c«se o
suspicious nature in the city, nor has
there been during the entire warm
season this year.
A telegram from Dululb, Minnesota,
says that city is infested by thieves bur
glars and highwaymen, and the citizens
are about to adopt effective means to get
rid of them.
A medical preveyor of the United
States Army at St. Louis says that the
accumulation of worthless medicines
disposed of from time to time by the
Government is bought by dealers and
resold to the trade.
American team is fully satisfied with the
result of the recent practice.
ATTENTION ! FARMEES ! ! J
The Last Spike.
' The following letter accompanies the
Having bought the
invitation sent to persons to attend the
ceremonies of driving the last spike :
N orthern P acific R ailroad C o . ,
35 W all S t ., N ew Y ork .
Formerly owned by
' Enclosed yon will ftnT an invitation
to take part in an excursion over the REISS BROS. & WHITEAKER,
Northern Pacific railroad, and to par
ticipate in the ceremonies on the oc
We are now prepared to furnish
casion of the union of the tracks, and
Sacks for Storage of Grain.
the consequent opening of its entire
line from St. Paul and Minneapolis, and
Farmers Warehouse Company.
.Utfi,..Dake. 9-UDeriQ.r ports,„to.
L. D amon ,
Oregon, and Puget Sound.
J. R. R odes ,
It is expected that the Advancing ends
P. W. H aley ,
of the track will be ready to be joined
by the laying of the last rail on the
I. C lagget , Agent.
western slope of the Rockey mountains
tte first week in September.
Guests on the Pacific side are re THE COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE,
quested to join the party at Portland,
Oregon, where a special train will be
made up for their convenience. Guests
from Ban Francisco and the vicinity
his college is devoted f . xclu - "
sively to the preparation of young men lor "3
will, on advising Messrs. Goodall,
etiH in tho Church. It is not nec£s><ary ,
PBYttBl & C?r ; 210 Battery street-;- -thu that uwBfuln
those wTio woiiTtl attend it become preach- s
Francisco, be furnished with transpor era, though most of its atudgpb do enter the
tation by the Oregon Railway & Navi
It is lequiied of tboae who would enter that
gation Co.’s steamships, to aud from they be sixteen years of age, professors of re-
\ ligio», and have at least ■ fair English educa-
Portland, leaving San Francisco on any imu.- iny
i ht-< •■■llt-ft- H t-tt-tttftteHid
tn l ,WJ
l.ujuui i w—,u
Univeraiiy. atkl to all
of the steamers after August 15. The nseBon"witTi'Kentucky
the classes of the latter <>ur students have
special train will leave - Portland on access free of charge. In the College e* the
Bible tuition is free, tliere are no fees, exce>t
Thursday, tho 301b of Angnst, and will one
of »5 for the janitor, coal, etc.
Good board anti lodging can be had in pri
be in charge of J. M. Buckley, Ass’t.
families at from $3 to $5 per woek. Those
Genl. Manager Northern Pacific rail vate
who board in the College dormity pay $10 per
road, New Tacoma, W. T., who should year for their roon> and from StJIfl to 11.54 par
tor board. They must furnish their own
be advised of the date of your arrival
l ooms anil provide their own light«, washing,
fuel, etc. T< these the whole expense need not
exceed $125 is-r-Animm.-
Those seeking a good education at little cost,
After the ceremonies connected with
and specially those preparing for the ministry,
the formal opening of the road, mem would do well • apply lor Catalogue and
bers of the party from the Pacifie side ftwfher information to ■ -™——-
R. GRAHAM, President.
may, if they desire, visit the eastern
termini of the road, viz., Minneapolis,
Also for Spasms and Falling SlckneM. NervoM*
St. Paul and the Like Superior Ports.
Weakness it Instantly relieve« and ewen.^
Time Tor rest and sight-seeing will be
blood and quickens slurglih circulation. Neutra
allowed at a number of the most inter lizes germs of disease and save* sickness. Cures
esting points on the route.
. It is the desire of the company that
its guests should be at no personal ex
ugly blotches and stubborn blood «or««. KWmlnatea .
pense during the entire journey.
Bolls, Carbuncles and Scalds. OF* Permanently and
promptly cures paralysis. Yes, ft is a charming and
H. V illard , .President.
lA SKEPTIC SAID)
healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and kings Krtl,
twin brothers. C
bad breath to good, reanov-
Farmers Mercantile Association of
Monmouth are receiving a very fine
assortment of goods complete in every
department for the spring trade. Dress
Goods aud TrimmiLgs of the latest
styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a
splendid assortment of Bootsand Shoes,
Hats und Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods.
Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
ware, &c., &c. Remember you can
save money by dealing with this eetab-
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the «sNrhun
of fever. A charming resolvent and a matcMess
laxative. It drives Bick Headache like the wind.
gWContnlna no draetle cathartic or opiate«. Sen tree
In re Estate of F. M. Magart, deceased.
N otice is hereby
given that I
have been appointed Administratrix ol the
Estate of F. M Magart, late of Polk County.de
ceased. All persona indebted to said Estate
will please mako me immediate payment of
the same and all persons holding claims there
against will presen t them to me duly verified
within 6 months from date.
Bated, Monmouth. .Tune 26, 1883.
PHOEBE J. MAG ART, '
DALY & BUTLER,
the brain of morbid fanelea. Promptly cur«« Rheu
matism by routing it. Restores life-giving proper-
tie« to the blood. Is guaranteed to cure «11 nervoui
disorders. £>~Rellable when all opiates fall. Re
freshes the mind and Invigorate« the body. Cure*
dyspepsia or money refunded.
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Diseases of the blood own It « conqueror. E :»4or*ed
In writing by over fifty thousand leading t Itlzens,
clergymen and physician« in U. 8. and Europe.
tWFor sale by all leading druggist«. SiAU.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond IM Co.St.Joseph,Mo.
For testimonials and circulars «end «lamp,
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