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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1883)
started at Junotion City, a town on the
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Northern I’adilic; tltnvwi Bilh ng o ai d
J. M. Shepherd has started a daily at
MONMOUTH AND VICIN1T
Baker City called the Daily Sage Brush. Miles
People who have lived in the Bitter
T. C. Mortimer, of Coos county has Root valley for fifteen years say that
MISS MILL« DOUGHTY, EDITOR
been adjudged insane and taken to the they have never seen the river and tri
Little Claude Stanley is still very sick. asylum last week
butary streams so low as now. __
Weather cloudy with strong indica
John Renholm got his leg broken at
T he A storia R oad .—It is reported
tions of rain.
Empire City on the 5th inst., by a plank
that Henry Villard declines to allow
Mrs. J. B. V. Butler visited Dallas breaking in the sidewalk.
the Astoria chamber of commerce ac
James Elliott’s team ran off near
cess to tho reports of the surveys re
Mr. A. M. Lucas and family, moved Prineville and threw him out of his cently mado by the engineers between
wagon and seriously injured him.
to Scio last week.
Annie, a little 7 year old child *of O. that city, and Forest Grove. Mr. Vil-
staiement-that ha. JfcDll Id
Mattoon, of DrainfcauglTITorTresF^^“
Moimouth last Saturday^_________
-4 fire, and so seriously was she burned 000 ill bonds to any one contracting to
build the road included the proviso that
Bro. and Sister Scott, of Wheatland, that she died of the injuries. -
have been spending several days in town.
Three huqters in the Cascade moun the road must be built in accordance
Two excellent surmons and a good tains became surrounded by fire and with the plans and specifications of his
Sunday-school was had at this place last had to run for life. One of the number engineers.
S an F bancibco , Oct. 7.—The pros
had hia whiskers soorched.__
Miss Sarah McNary, a teacher from
A sheepherder with a flock of 2,000 perity manifested throughout Califor-
the Independence school, spent Sunday sheep became surrounded by fire in the fornia would appear to have th® effect
Cascade mountains and it was with of encouraging capitalists to embark
their money in manufacturing enter-
Bro. R. H. Moss gave an excellent gieat difficulty that they were saved.
lecture in the chapel on Tuesday morn- --- -A party-confnstmg
Drs. Whiteaker and Adkins left Prine- few days ago for the manufacture of
ing to the students.
steam agricultural implements, etc.,
Miss Emma Percival is again in ville a few weeks ago to explore that
Bchool after an absence of two weeks, portion of the country at the head of is now followed by the incorporation of
the Deschutes river a little south by the California Cutton Mills' Company,
on account of sickness.
west of Three Sisters, and found a to spin and weave cotton and paake the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delaney returnd
country abounding in beautiful lakes, usual articles and fabrics manufactured
from Corvallis on last Sunday, after
on the summit of the Cascade moun in cotton mills. The capital is §600,-
spending several days at that place.
tains. They expect to return next year. 000 and among the directors are some
The Band of Hope will meet at the
An old settler informs us that T. B. of the best kno vn names on the coast.
church at 3 o’clock p. m ., on Saturday, Merry is unfortunate in his reminis The factory will be located at Oakland.
Oct. 19th. Mrs. E. Percival, SuptS^ cences in the Sunday Oregonian, where
The wrecked Ona sold, for §425, * •
Mrs. Frazier and little daughter, from he refers to the late A. J. Moody as the
There is talk of bridging the Colum
Oakland, Or., sister of Mrs. R. M. first sheriff of this county. Thq£ is an bia at Kalama.
Smith, has been making Monmouth a error and ignores Chick, Haskell, Davis,
The assessed valuation of property in
county is §3,213,694 for 1883.
McNamara, Dryden and Hacker, all of
There are about thirty pupils cm oiled
Dr. Thos. Shelton, of Eugene City, whom held the office prior to Moody.
was in town last week, making his Such leaps in chronology are unpardon in the Oregon school for deaf mutes, at
mother and other relatives of the place able and need settling aright.— Coast Salem.
Thos. Mortimer, an ox teamster on
The stockholders of the Vacuum Coos river, was brought into Marsh
Mr. Press, and Oscar Marshall, ac
companied with their sister, Miss Motor Machine Company, whose bead field the other day a raving maniac.
Nearly §15,000 in money orders were
Dorena, spent several days in town the quarters have heretofore been at Cor
vallis, have decided to move the general issued at the Baker City Postoffice dur
first of the week.
ing the past three manths.
Mrs. Dashiell, of Dayton, W. T., Mrs. office and place of meeting to Portland.-
Three families of immigrants arrived
L. Frazier, of Bethel, and Mr. Thos. It will require about §4,000 more to in Benton county, last week, who bad
Campbell, of Dallas, made their Bister, complete the machine, and the majority come through from Dakota in wagons.
Mrs. C. Kenedy, a visit on last Satur of the stockholders are said to have lost
faith in ultimate success.
A few days ago while Joseph Lamb
Mr. J. H. McNeil has moved into the was passing along Trout Creek, on the
house formerly occupid by H. M. Lucas; road from Harney to Canyon City, be Would respectfully announce to the
citizens of Salem and vicinity, that
also Mr. Max Haley Jias moved into the
suddenly came upon a large bear. He
they are constantly receiving
bouse adjoining the old store building wanted the bear, but having no firearms
of Mrs. Butler’s.
new goods consisting of
did not know, ac first, how to secure it.
The literary societies met and re-or At last he bethought himself of his lar Dry G^oods,
ganized on last Friday. The Vespertines, iat. and after one or two trials, succeed-
composed of young ladies, meeting at 4
p. m . , and the Hesperians, consisting of ed in throwing about the bear’s neck
the young gentlemen, meeting 7 p . m .
and choked him to death.
Caps, Boots & Shoes.
Mrs. Dr. Harris, of Penleton, with — Edward Shroll, of Dayton, died Jas*
her two sons has again returned to Mon week of cancer, brought on by trying
A FULL LINE OF
mouth after an absence of many years. to burn a little wart from his wrist with
We gladly welcome all who may come the phosphorous of matches.
FURNISHING GOODS AND
for the purpose of patronizing the
The railroad shops at Tacoma are run
We call special attention to the ad
Which they are prepared to' sell
vertisement of Johnson, Lunn & Co., for the equipment of the road. Sever
in mother column. Their store is all al passenger coaches ^nd a number of At the Very Lowest Rates!
that it is represented, and we found flat cars are in process of construc
them to be buisness gentlemen folly
alive to the interests of their customers. tion.
Miles City is boring an artesian well. All kinds of Farm Produce taken in
Exohange for Goods.
The new bridge at Missoula is near
- — ;o; —
The Fall trade has begun by the ly completed.
One Misoula house sold goods to tho
Farmers’ Mercantile Association, of
You are cordially invited to call and
Monmouth openiug out a well selected amount of §40,000 in August.
examine goods and prices.
stock of Fall Goods, suited to the.wants
The new Blackfoot bridge is to be
JOHNSON LUNN & CO.
of the people ; a full line of Buckingham 160 feet long and 14 feet wide and is to
& Hecht boots and slioes. In fact, our
Cor. Griswold’s Block,
Stock is complete in every department cost §3,300.
Commercial Street, Salem,
and at bedrock prices. Come % qu see us.
A new paper called the Newt has been 13-U-ly
NE W S ' e r r TH B WEEK.
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in competition with the multitude of low test,
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