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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1883)
ALLEN & OSBORN
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
progressing on the cables between the the spikedriving in gay colora and high
main land and Alcatraz and Angal Is featyefs.
Everybody who had anything to do
Wish to inform their friends of
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
lands. The cables will be completed
Mrs. F. M. Murphy, of Eugene, is i next week. A cable for the month of with the making of the Northern Pacific
th<—Columbia river to-oonneot- Fort ..Rai I road - was represented, . except the _ _ _ Rolk <*■ County _ _ _ _
viui ting relatives in -town. ------------
Chinese. They were not to be seen.
That they have just received the
Sister Jndge Butler has our thanks Canby and Fort Stevens will*be shipped
largest assortment of
for some nice peaches sent to this office. next week. A signal station has been
built at Fort Canby. As soon as it is transpires that it had never been offici
The people of Monmouth are busy
placed all vessels arriving in the Colum ally so designated. It was the same old
preparing for the opening of the school
bia river will be reported. By means of rusty spike that was first driven, thir
the international code messages will be teen years ago.
We acknowledge an invitation to the sent to all vessels capable of receiving
S an . F rancisco * Sept. 10 —George
quilting at Mrs. S. S. Whitman’s to them. As soon as it is finished the cable Barstow, a prominent lawyer of this city,
for Tatoosh island, Puget Sound, will and for many years a member of the
Our recent rains «have had a good be shipped. It will connect the island State Legislaturer, died yesterday of can That was ever brought to the
effect in driving away the smoke from with the mainland. Full meteorological cer in the stomach, aged 71 years.
• County, and their prices are
the valley and giving us some more reports will be sent to all cities on the
An attempt is going to be made to op
A * * *
" Pacific coast. ^Ttrenfirst
erate the Mission street railroad by elec-
Bro. P. H. Murphy has our thanks
lor some nice musk melons. He showed arrival in time to guard against damage.
S an F rancisco , Sept. 10. —The pastors
us one he raised which was 22 in. long One important part of the work to be of many of the churches in this city last AVe also have the largest stock of
performed in connection with the laying night severely criticized Henry Ward
and weighed 7 lbs.
Miss Ida Murphy has been suffering of the northern cable, will be reporting Beecher and his doctrines. Some of,
severly with a carbuncle on her hand, vessels needing assistance, so help may them describe him as a “ Fallen Chu reh In. the County, which we offer at
but is improving. She has our sympa be sent. The Columbia river cable will Star.” Others characterise him as noth
very low prices.
thy, for we know what such suffering be about four miles long, The Tatoosh ing better than a “Sounding brass and
We thank the public for past
island cable is two miles long. There tinkling cymbal.” Others again claimed
will be about five miles of cable in San that his doctrine of evolution presents favors, and hope, by fair dealing,
To D istrict P atrols .—Pupils who
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The people of the northeastern part has been long ago told by men of great? to hold their trade and as many
' highei grades are invited to be present
new ones as wish to trade with us.
at the opening next Tuesday and be or of Marian county and the southeastern er intelligence than ever he possessed.
ganized into classes with the regular portion of Clackamas county want a nar
Dr. F. F. Cabiness, surgeon at Fort ALLEN & OSBORN,
college work. No change will be made row gauge railroad constructed from Stevens, says the fort will be abandoned
for the attendance the first week. The Silverton running north and east to the some time during this fall. This step is 34-tf
Primary will not begin till the follow- iron coal mines and the lime rock beds, rendered necessary by the encroach
■ ing Monday as ordered by the direct
ments of the ocean upon the land, a
enterprise, and should be encouraged.
good portion of the point being already
The little steamer lPa.<y> found the
D. T. S tanley ,
President Christian College.
steamer Myrtle on a sand flat, near Con-
The steamer IE K. Merwin broke her
. MyLUo, Coos riyer^ »nd ia pulling-her-
OpSning exercisesoTOhrisfiah Col off the Wasp was capsized. She will WafUto^ay^ and’will have to lay by Head Th IS Column
until shrf can get a new one from Port
lege at Monmouth, Polk County, Ore soon be raised.
and you will Save Money.
gon, September 18, ’83, beginning at 10
The coal mines at Marshfield, Coos
The steamship Umatilla has just com
o’clock, A. M.
county, seem to have passed into the
pleted a round trip from Seattle to San
bands of a San Francisco company.
Francisco and back in eight days and
A son of J. W. Wiggle, who lives in
24 hours, the quickest time on record
We will charge you nothing for
Prayer,.................. Eld. J. W. Spriggs, 8alem.
Anthem,....................................................Choir. Benton county, left home about a year over that route. The same steamer
Opening Address, Hon. J. F.Caples, Porland. ago, and no word was ever received
showing the Goods and telling the
took hence three cargoes of coal last
Short speaches by members of the Polk Co. from him until a few days ago, when a
month, a feat never accomplished by Prices. Compare them with other
legislative delegation and others.
letter was received stating that he had
Song Quartette—Dedicated to the public
any other ship.
arrived in Dublin, Ireland, aB a *• bold
schools of Oregon.
Announcemants and adjournment.
We have just received
Every citizen of the State is hereby
A flash of lightning struck a Mr.
invited to be present at the Opening Ex Starr’s house in Corvallis, and tore
Hodgins Chamness, Indépendance, 50 Diffei ent Patterns of French
at the Post-Office Store, have on
ercises, or to visit the school any day things up in a rather lively manner a
full stock of School Books and
in the year.
few days since but no one w»s hurt. At School a Supplies
Imported Pants Goods
of all kinds. Groceries
the same time a maple tree was struck and Provisions, imported and domestio,
in the same city and torn to peices ; al Cigars, Tobaccoes, Candies and Nuts of
The News office, Portland, is in re so a woodshed of W. C, Crawford’s was all kinds always on hand. Give us a A fine assortment of
call. School Books a speciality.
ceipt of a communication stating that battered up a little.- But strange to say
Farmers Mercantile Association of
one Mrs. B. Rosenthal, of Portland, no politician was struck.
The salloon of Wm. Voigt, at Albany,
formerly of Virginia City, was the first
assortment of goods complete in every
burglarized a few nights ago to the department for the spring trade. Dress Ladies & Children's Ulsters,
lady who rode over the Northern Pacific
amount of $26.50
Goods and Trimmings of the latest
Mens and Boys Clothing, a I CASHMERES OF ALL SHADES,
The burden of all the speaking at the
T he L ast S pike .—The laBt spike cere
splendid assortment of Bootsand Shoes,
monies took place at 6 o’clock Helena grand consumation on Saturday, Sept 8, Hats and Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods,
time, and quarter-past 5 Portland time. was, of course, the era marked by the Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
The strokes xere announced in Portland completion of -the road, the special debt ware, &c.,
Ac. Remember you can A laige assortment of CLOTH for
by taps on the fire bell and the blowing of admiration and gratitude due Mr. save money by dealing with this estab-
Cloaks or TJlsters.
of the Hydraulic Elevator Company’s Villard, and the history of the road as ment.
Last, but not the least, a good
big whirtie. The delay in the time set it passed from its inception through the
for the driving of the last spike was oc
casioned by a freight train getting off foreign visitors praised everything in
the track this side of Missoula and there the entire country, and the Governors THE SALEM FLOURING MILLS
BUCKINGHAM & HECHTS’
by preventing the Western guests arriv of the States seized upon the occasion to ' * Company having bought the Farmers’
BOOTS AMD SHOES,
Warehouse at Independence, will receive
ing on time. No,other accident accurred. to advertise their several sections.
Wheat in store on usual terms, subject Which can’t be beat.
The inadequacy of telegraphic com to order, and pay the highest market
S an F rancisco , Sept. 8.—Submarine
with Portland was never price at any time the storer may wish to
cables are about to be laid by the signal
Remember the Red Brick Store
service under the supervision of Lieu more keenly felt than on the spike-driv sell. Sacks furnished free of charge to of
move the Wheat to the Warehouse.
tenant James AH od , of the Third United ing occasion.
For further particulars inquire of the
^Rosendorf & Hirschberg,
The Indians, who tried to prevent the , Agent at Independence, •
States Cavalry, the importance of which
is not easy to oyer estimate. Work is building of the road, were present at [
W. P. CONNAWAY, A gent .
TO THE PUBLIC!
NOTICE TO FARMERS.