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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1883)
Through the kindness of the This bay is a very beautiful sheet
burg he hired a team and came in
of water, and at times a ripple can
via Fairview, arriving here last proprietors and managers we hail
scarcely be seen on its surface.
■ Bro. Bruce Wolverton has been Saturday. On Sunday he and his the privilege of visiting
Through the kindness of Bro. Sale
engaged to preach half' ‘Of IfWtimej^¡t,. to'etfureh*,' and after they
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for the church at Seattle. The had been seated for some time in Here the salmofi are caught and and f amity “we* had the pleasure •az
other half will probably be devoted the congregation, the preacher— canned in abundance, and shipped taking a boat ride daily over these
to New Tacoma. There is no their father—came in and took his to all parts of the civilized world, waters, visiting several places of
church organized in the latter ......
pulpit. They recog so that the Columbia' canneries are interest; and among other things
livt “hized their father, but did not let known and rmtbtd-by all men We we went fishing and bathing both
-there and the prospects are good themselves be known to him until were shown the entire process from in tlie"saftrwfftcrand~fresh... A fter •
for a church in the near future.
fo the spreading oF tlie~ n ëts În'”thc taking a good degree of such exer
was over. It
is hard Id
tell which were the most suprised bay till the cans were labeled and cise during the day, we found tins
General W. T. Sherman arrived
of the parties. They had all spent packed for shipment, a description to be one of the best places for
in the city of Seattle on last even
Saturday and Sunday in town but of which we shall not attempt in eating and sleeping we have ever
ing, Aug. 22, and was received with *4 not I,.,,,«, to luccV-*D*l-Mhilfej4heB»-«ol«ianiL.
Wri,..-r.s flo„, thl! visited. If any one should feel
a general’s salute of seventeen guns
the son and daughter thought that East especially have charged these disposed toquestion this statement,
He was accompanied to the hall
the father was in Yamhill, the canneries with wasting a large pro it can be fully corroborated by re
where he made a brief speech, and
father thought they were in Iowa portion of the fish - caught, and for ference to Bro. and Sister Sale.
after remaining a couple of hours,
The climate here is delightful, and
—Coquille City Jerald.
this reason it is thought'the salmon
took the steamer for other parts.
is very healthful. Being near the
The General is looking well, antj AMONG THE BRETHREN. will soon become so scarce that the ocean beach it seemed a little chilly
supply will not be equal to the de-
nnp. would hardly take him to be
however. Let our Eastern friends
W InTe in Astoria we tried totakc- - 11land.-—Ot course—tins—charge, .&•>.
old enough to soon be retired from
Tmaginc* out sitting by a good due--
in the religious situation as near as we learned on inquiry, is stoutly
in August, and when we go out of
we could, and we are sorry to say denied. But we also sought in
evenings, of donning a heavy «Kan-
—A k we prepare these notes in ■ that we were not very favorably formation on this point from others
r....... ^ as overco a t. —The temperature Js
Seattle, W. T., we notice the dis impressed with that feature o: Te
Jiearthe same the year round. Till'
play of large hand bills announcing city. We succeeded in finding but all the evidence submitted on both
tide land at the head of Young's
the coming and lecture of the one brother, a Bro. Dickinson, of sides, we are inclined to think that
Bay is thought to be*Very valuable ;
“Rev. Henry Ward Beecher” on the Portland church, and he and, there is some truth in the charge;
next Saturday evening, Aug. 25, in we believe, two of his family, are just how much we are unable to ami in connection with tiud»er
this city. As we have a more im the only resident members of the say. It is also evident we think claims is "being rapidly settled anti
portant mission to fill, namely, city. There are but very few that the run of salmon is gradually improved It is also thought that'
preaching the gospel of Christ, we members in the surrounding growing less from year to year. It a railroad will soon pass through
shall not remain in the city to hear country, and, so far as we could is true as argued that the smaller this section, connecting Astoria
Mr. Beecher on that evening. We learn, there is not a church or fish which were caught a few vears with the Willamette valley. This
have in our library the works of preacher of the reformation in the ago are now allowed to escape is very desirable, and will not only
Robert G. Ingersoll, and when we county. Astoria morally and re through the nets while only the open up some good farming country
wish to hear or read infidelity and ligiously considered is evidently larger ones are taken out of the along this bay and river, but will
skepticism we prefer it unmixed. one of the “ hardest places ” on water, and from this fact it is ar make Astoria the principal and
Mr. Beecher is lecturing in the tins’1 coast. We saw more saloons, gued that the number of salmon is direct shipping point for the upper
leading cities of this coast. He has drunkenness and evidences of other increasing. But those which are country. The people of Oregon
a son residing in Seattle, and his wickedness of even a more heinous allowed to escape in the bay are would do well to urge that this
be built in the near future.
wife has already arrived in the nature during our short stay in that caught farther up the river, Inl road
On the second Lord’s day we
city If he will keep clear of the city than we have seen since we inence wheels are constructed and
Bible in his lectures, he will doubt have been in Oregon. And we placed in the water where the fish , preached to a fair audience at Bro.
less say some good things; and could hardly expect it to be other arc accustomed to pass up, and I Sale’s house, he and his wife and
what he does say should stand or wise, seeing the population is large large, numbers are thus scooped | daughter being the only members
ly composed of foreigners, and of out, many of which are unfit for in the neighborhood. The people
fall on its own merits.
that class who engage in fishing canning and a»e never returned to here know but little or nothing
This place was favored by two of and boating for a living. With the water. This slaughter and un about our plea for primitive Chris
Elder Edmund’s deep and logical most of them morality is a thing necessary waste of the salmon will tianity. bister Sale is a very zeal
sermons Sunday, morning and even of indifference, and Christianity is certainly tell in a few years. The ous Christian woman, and althpugh
ing. The Elder is a forcible speak a stranger. We were told that the fishing season begins with the first she and her husband have been de
er, uses lieautiful language and is denominational churches in Astoria of March and closes on the first of prived of their church privileges
listened to, by the young, who as a were making but little if any pro August, at which time the l»oats for a number of years, yet they
general thing, pay very little at gress, and were really doing but are brought in till the next season have not seen andTelt the necessity
Having now about spent our of uniting with some of the de
tention to preaching, with the pro- little good. We think money spent
foundest attention. At his fore for missionary work in Astoria allotted time in Astoria, by special nominational churches in -older to
noon service, he met his son and could be much better applied in invitation we took the little ‘ have a home.” This of itself is
wife, whom he had not seen for other fields. We would not be in steamer, The Daisy, ami after a enough to show the utter folly of
years, under the following circum favor of making a direct effort very pleasant hour’s run around some of our people in pursuing a
different course. If one is not at
stances The son. who has been there at present. There is but one the bay we were landed
home,._in simply the Church of
living in Iowa since his father camo hope to plant primitive .Christiani-
AT WOODLAND FARM.
to Oregon, recently left that State | ty in that place and that is, for Woodland farm is the home of Bro Christ, he is not likely to find a
and came directly here, via Port enough member« to move there to A. H. Sale, and is located at the better.ppc by going oatside- of it.
land and Roseburg, and intended, form the nucleus of. a church head of. Young’s Bay, some five We protest against this abominable
after seeing this part, to return to When this shall have been done, if miles from Astoria. Here we found practice. Brethren-, if you can not
North Yamhill, where he supposed ever, wo will be in favor of pro a very pleasant home and were find a church of Christ where you
royally entertained for one week. go, unite with
his father was residing. At Rose- viding for them at home.
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