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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1883)
TO THE PUBLIC!
come and gone and taken $10,000 with combined to play a waiting game, in
orffUT ttrtest-the- Blaying ■p repe r t i s o e l
Villard stQfefcs. The receipt of tele*
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MONMOUTH AND VKINITY.
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Cal. That city is across the bay from grams from Wall street are liable at any Head This Column Through
MISS MILLIE DOUGHTY, EDITOR.
San Francisco, with a population^t)f- moment to change the complexion of
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and you will Saue Money.
Bdoks ! Books I We now have on 45,000. The Central Pacifio needed a the conference# •% *
hand a supply of the Revised Christian way directly through it, and tbe princi-_
- Hymnals. Those wishing copies will pal streets afforded the best route ; bnt
the people were reluctant to have the
call at this offiee.
fever in Guaymas on the 22d. Eleven
We will charge you nothing for
Mr. E. H. Richardson, of Scio, is in thoroughfare spoiled, and only consent new cases were reported. The increase
ed with the provision that no fares
showing the Goods and telling the
should be collected for rides within the of deaths and new cases has driven
Mrs. Bruce Wolverton is visiting rela corporate limits. There are several sta- people almost frantic, not knowing. Prices. Compare them with other
tives in town this week.
whcthei the Y
j ^ ee lrom the C ity
The weather has been very smoky and,the residents uSe tbe trains freely. or remain in hope that the worst TFas
ifgtfn for the past few days'.
The subscription to purchase a steam ■ "pEB s ud;
N ew Y ork , Sept. 23.—The new
Mr. Marion Arant, from near Albany, fire engine at Olympia now reaches
was in town last Monday.
The order transferring the 21st regi the long expected comet of ,1882, has
Bro. and Sister L. B. Rowland, of
Imported Pajts Goods
been carefully observed by Professor
Eugene, spent last week in town.
.■B*4 )o k s. T he, o b se rv a tio ns
Bro. Henderson Murphy,from Blalock, Ya m to mLn s trwT)W Tmter markable increase in brilliancy since its
W. T., spent several days in town this manded.andtliejrnginxenLiuU
discovery, and ls now visTTde iff’» good
at their old quarters. *
T hrough T ickets .—For the informa telescope near Eta Draconis. The comet
Mr,. Tbedore Davidson and family,
is rapidly approaching the earth and
from Halsey, are visiting friends in
over the Northern Pae ifTc rail road are wiçm.
.adíes fh , . Children’s Ulsters,
eye before Christmas, '
‘ÔT^T'WoïvëKonrof Albany, and 8^en :
A Lordsburg, New Mexico, special
< !ASHMERES OF ALL SHADES,
George Belt, of Independence, were in class $114, second class $84, third class
S54? "Portland to Bust0ft^I39-.25reee^hayfiF Five Mexicans had a fight with
town on Tuesday.
ond class $103, third class $72 ; Port four Ruftlers, who were running off
Mrs. M. Powell, of Eugene, has been
land to New York $137.25, second class horses near Clitton. Two pf the Rus A laige awori^aent of CLOTH for
spending the week in Monmonth, visit
$101, third class $71 ; Portland to St. tlers were killed after two hours fight
ing friends and relatives.-
ion, sScmid class $75, ing. Subsequently the Rustlers return
Miss Ada Waller left on last Monday -third class $50. The above is the rate ed with reinforcements and at last Layt, but not .tbe least, a good
for Eola, where she is engaged as teach- for tickets only.
accounts had the Mexicans surrounded,
er at the school at that place..
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:KI!ÍGKAM ’ & HECHTS’
“7 Mrsf -HspeFand Miss ChanjlTer^om year ago the English steamer Escambia - WomrrrWnd ‘girls “ dorn'g4’The Euro * Buck
Walla, nieces ofMrs...G.T.
Hubbard cane, which they hold before
Waller, are visiting at this place.
Monmouth Lodge, I. O. G. T., will captains.. who exonerated thft..officers, them, leaning on it with both hands. Which can’t be beat.
meet on next Saturday evening at the and declared the Toss of the Vessel du6 These^canes are often Been iD London
Remember the Red Brick Store
usual hour. Every member is request to tbe perils of the sea, and on this find- parks during the season, carried by
ind the insurance companies were made elderly and young women,‘large bows
ed to be present. .
of ribbon being tied nhar the top of the
Rosendorf & Hirschberg,
Miss Viola A. Colbert, of Crawfords- *to pay about $40,000 for tbe loss of the
steamer. The courts of England took
...... ville. teacher ol the,j?xinauy^,.jy^
town on last Saturday. She began her
"work oh Monday. with an excellent af^ Endings joflho improvised court, and
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tendance in,that department •
Mr. and Mrs. N. Shanks, of. Oaw- to pay the money back to the insurance hand a full stock of School Books and
fordsville, made M^imouth a short visit companies.
School Supplies of all kinds.» Groceries
and Provisions, imported'and domestic,
this week. They brought their son for
Tobaccoes, Candies and Nuts of
the purpose of attendiLg*school this
always on hand./Give us a
year, and also subscribed for the Columbia,* ¿^Nanaimo, for $12,00?). caH. School Books a speciality.
is’á new* áse 1, and probably cost
H erald while here.
. • e* •nearly or quite $40,000.
The Oreg in State Normal School»
Goyernpr _ Perkins
which opened last week. with a
Queew of the Pacific
number in attendance than has been
WILL . SEND ;THE “ FAITH-
.would very; sherry be placed on the WE
’’ ful Wi^ess, Topeka, Kas., an 8
known for m iny years past, is making
. fine progress. A large number entered line between Sa^ Francisco and the page, 40 Col. paper, containing all the
Church News of the rapidly growing
on last Monday, and the prospects are <k)ULd ports.—[Seattle Chronicle'
Seattle coal was advanced in price at West—ably edited and neatly printed—
very fluttering for a prosperous yearf
the only religious paper published
San Francisco last week, and now sells and
brethren, between the Missouri
L ecture .—A highly interesting and at $8 per ton. And still the mine,
Pacific Slope. A paper
instructive lecture on “ The Value of though turning out nearly a thousand of five year the
’s standing. Price $1.(X) per
• ~Tnne and Opportunity, “ wil l b e d e li ve r» -g tons a day, is unequal to the demand yW.—ibobthfy—Clubbed*' with " IE e
C hristian H erald —both papers from
ed at the Normal Chapel, Monmouth, upon it.
now till close of ’84 at $2.50.
on Friday Evening, Sept. 28lh, by Chas.
S an F rancisco , Sept. 24.—The con
Address thia office.
Kinsey, the Blind Man of Illinois. All ference of railroad managers has, so far, -------------------
are invited, youDg ladies and gentlemen resulted in nothing, except disagree
I KIDNEY-WORT I
in particular. Admission free. Come ment. The committe appointed to draw
out and enjoy a treat. He v?ill also lec np a plan for harmonious action pre- . o C HAS BEEN PROVED
Tht SUREST CURE for
tare in Independence on Sanday even ‘sented a preliminary report touching on
ing, Sept. 30, at 7 o’clock. Subject, the territorial question. No action was
Ma powder iwver varies. A marvel purity-
Does n Ume book or disordered urine Indl-
“ Intemperance and Gaming*”
5 eate tl
thMyou are a victim ? THEN DO NOT
nftth and ^olesomen®tts, More eeoMsm
taken on this. The longer the confer
: a TE; «so Kidney-Wort
_ (5 - •pU tljan the-oylhiary kinds, and can noMie sold
at onoe, ___
gists I ffccdlnniendiVand • it
speedily over u
ence continues the more reticent tbe
mcompbtitidn with the multitude of lov^est,
« come the diieaee and restore healthy action. i
managers become. The impression to
For complaints peculiar
I »old wzVy-rn cann. R oyal B aking PoWWtaCo.,
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■ to your sex, such as pain
In tbe recent election for Chief of the night is tl^t the meeting would termin £ IweakwtaeS'K.
and weakiijt’ru, Kidney-Wort 13 unsurpassed,
106 Wall St., Ns^York.
Creek Indians, Spioche was elected by ate in flat failure to settle differences.
K as it will act Jh-omptly and safely.
» $ ’-r
Either Sex. Incontinence, retention ot urine
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In view of WaU street reports, there is
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The Oakland Independent regretfully a belief in the*ifttnds of those oompehint
¿tfs* BlAcEH BEU FiUÑbBY,
Wnianjrnr.- < <.(n < r anil Tin foi Church«-»,
notices the great Brooklyn..divine aa. U>--ju dg a. thati r tfie Central Pacific • and
a RKAN'Ti.D. Catalbgu«* neat Free.
follows; “ Beecher and the circus have Gould a&d” Vj^erbilt intelfest "havo
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
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VANOUZEN-4 TIFT, Ci.,».,«, Q,
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