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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1883)
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
moxmouth asii vicinity .
The following officers for the I. O.
G. T.. of this place were elected on last
Saturday evening : S. W. Doughty, W.
The wheat sown early this fall is
Deputy Sheriff, of Linn county, was
in town last Tuesday. - ■
Mrs. O. Beardsley, of Eola, made our
town a short visit on Saturday. .
Mr. G. T. Waller gave the? H erald
office a short call on Wednesday.
Dr. James Shelton, of Salem, made
Monmouth a visit on Saturday.
' - \ rtliur SearOrom Montana.' wa.
visiting here the first of the week.
Some ef the pioneers have returned
home from their excursion tr’p east.
Among those entering school this
week, were several who attended last
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Mrs. Julia Roundtree from Olympia,
W. T., was in town last week visiting
---- On - account of being orowded-lhla
week, we transfer some of our notes to
the local column.
Mrs. Crawford, of Crawfordsville, is
visiting at her daughter’s, Mrs. W. E.
Yates, of this place.
Messrs. R. Parish and Prof. Jarvis,
of Independenie, attended church at
this place last Sunday.
The weather is very pleasant for this
season of the year, with no high winds
Mrs. Morvan Morphy, of Halsey,
spent several days at this place visiting
her mother,Mra. IL IL Murphy,
Our Sunday-school still continues to
grow in interest and numbers, there be
ing 135 present last Lord’s day.
Messrs. Vanduyn, Smith & Cooper, of
Independence, are having their hops
baled at the dry-house in this place.
Bro. H. M. Waller has been holding
a few days meeting at Oak Creek church
Linn Co. He reports a good meeting.
The protracted meeting conducted by
Bro. H. T. Morrison, of Eugene, com
menced on Wednesday evening oi this
Those who were present at the socia
ble given by Mrs. R. C. Percival on last
Saturday evening in honor of her 32
birthday, report a pleasant time.
Mrs. J. W. Spriggs, of Salem, Mrs.
Barker, of Albany and Miss Nancy
Springer, of Amity, were in town Thurs
day of last week to attend the Ladies
We are glad to hear from our Pio
neers weekly. Hope Bro. Lucas will
keep us well posted, as to the amount
of dancing and card playing the gray
haired Pioneers do.
We acknowledge a call this week from
Sister M. B. Riggs. She called to pay
her church dues. This is a noble mil
lion, and it would not offend us in the
least if a few others would call on the
Bro. P. R. Burnett preached at Farm
ington, Or., last Lord’s day. He re
port? one addition. Also that he got
the brethren to promise to meet every
Lord’s day and keep house for the Lord.
This is a move in the right direction.
Miss Fannie Harris, W. Sec.; I. H.
Copeland, W. F. S.; Miss Ellen Tatom,
W. T.; A. C. Harris, W. M.; Eugene
Catron, W. Chap.; Miss'Essie Tatom,
W. I. G.; E. W. Adkins, W. 0., G.
The Fall trade has begun by the
Farmers’ Mercantile Association, of
Monmouth opening out a well selected
stock of Fall Goods, suited to the wants
of the people ; a full line of Buckingham
Bev. Father Wilds'
Plenty of rain at Newberg, Or.
Deer hunting good at Highland, Or.
populat iau nf 200 pen- ,. ' ' flie B ev. 2: rrW ll<Ia, well-known cl^
iiitaeionary in Sew York, and brother
of the lata eminent Judge Wild», of the
Plenty of deer in the meet markets
MaMHAchugett» Supreme Court, writes
Scarlet fever closes the schools at Eu
“ 7* A’. Mth St., New York, May 1«, 1882.
M ehhkm . J. U. A yer & Co., Uci.tlcnien :
Laxt winter'I was’troubled with a most
Wheat eighty cents a bushel at Miss more
especially my limta, which itched no
intolerably at lilg^t, und burned so lnte.n<e-
ly, that 1’ could »carcely bear any clothing
Raccoons steal chickens within the
over them. 1 was also a sufferer from a
severe catarrh and catarrhal cough; my
limits of Victoria, B. C.
appetite was poor, and my system a good
run down. Knowing the value of
• Boats go up the Yambill river to Day" z deal
A yer ’ s S arsaparilla , by observation of
many other cases, and from jtersoiuil use
ton, Oregon, regularly now.
in former years, 1 begnu taking it iW the
proveil almost from tlie nrrt' close. After
a short tiino the fever ami itching were
allayed, and till signs of irritation of the
skin disappeared. Aly catarrh and cough
were also cured by ,jke same means, and
inv general health gTOtly improved, until
it is now excellent. 1 feel a hundred per
cent stronger, and Distribute these results
to the use „of the S arsaparilla , which
I recommend with nil confidence as the
best blood medicine ever devisetL I took
used, in all, less than two bottles. I place
th^e facts at your service, hoping tlieir
publication may <lo good.
Z. P. WiLDS.’\
The above iustance is but one of the many
constantly coming to our notice, which prove
-—♦he perfect adaptaldlily »¿.A ¥ ft
TAUILLA to the cure of all diseases arising
from impure or impoverished blood, and a
Stock is complete in every department tute on the 28th of this month.
and at bedrock prices. Como and see us.
Victoria, B. C., cattle dealers are buy
ing stock in Klickitat valley.
LETTER FROM OUR PIONEERS.
J. E. Thielson is now road master on
the Pacific division of the N. P.
M onmouth , III., Oct. ‘28.1883.
Raw oysters have been found a sure
Galesburg I found to be a prosperous
The ’longshoremen at Tacoma quit
number of Colleges, hence the name
College City is applied. The Christian work again day before yesterday.
Ninety thousand feet of logs were re
church ie small and have a very inferior
oempaxad with, oilier8 in, the. cently put into Coos bay in one day.
city. We had the pleasure of hearing “TToMendale, W.' T., wants^a mX
Bro. Kelsay to day at this place, on the Borrow Bachman Bros.’ or Doc Chap
subject of “ not only believing, but do man.
There are si^ty-nine guests in__the
ing.” I am persuaded that one of the
greatest hindrances to the churches here, Washington Territory penitentiary ;
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens the blood,
stimulates the action of the stomach and
is keeping all members in the church all males.
bowels, ami thereby enables the system to
whoever become members, regardless of
life , ; ucuuu
defen- ; « Jefferson, Oregon, at twenty-ft ve~eents
huts Discaxes, Eruptions of the Skin, llhen-
ders of dancing, card playing, 6tc.^R*^8^*
matism, Catarrh, General Debility,' m \A all
disorders rerultiiig from |>oor or corrupted
notwithstanding we are commanded to t The Beacon, a Baptist organ, has been
blood and a low state of the system.
“be.-not conformed tQ this world.” moved frem Salem, Oregon, to Mc-
those being worldly institutions.' There- f-MWvre:
Dr.J.C.AyerACo., Lowell, Mass.
The City Council of Goldendale, W,
fore those iniulging, certainly conform
Sold by all Druggists; price Si, six bottle«
to this world; and here let me express T., reduces the saloon license from
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my astonishment that old professors $500 to $300 a year. ___
A street railway is projected for Wal
on the. train coming over would sit
down and play cards along with men of la Walla. What has become of those
doubtful character for hours with just Herdic coaches.
as nimble fingers as the saloon bummer.
We have visited our old homestead
Indigestion, Headache, and
Advice To Matluus.
and seen the changes wrought in about
Sold everywhere. Always reliable.
M rs W inslow ’ s S oothing S yrup should al
32 years. My brother, J. C. Lucas, ways
be used when children are cutting teeth.
owning the pleasant old home of Mrs. It relieves the little sufferer at once: it pro
duces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the
L---- , he having amassed a fine for child from pain, and the little cherub awakes
tune, and yet seems alive to the Master's as “ bright as a button. ’ It is very pleasant JOHNSON, LUNN & CO
to taste. It soothes the child, softens the
gums, allays pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy for Would respectfully announce to th
Since our arrival the weather has been diarrhoea,
whether arising from teething or
citizens of Salem and vicinity, that
very much as Oregon winter weather, othercauses. Twenty-five cts. a bottle. 13-20-ly
they are constantly receiving
jet the blue grass is nice and green, the
new goods consisting of
introduction of which has made Illinois
They deserve to have cause given
a fine stock country.
them to complain who cornplain Dry Qoocls,
I have been laboring under a severe without a cause.— Mathew Henry.
cold for more than a week, and was sor
ry we could not attend the general Con
vention ou accuuut'of it.
I will write a few lines each week so
my children and all other friends may In the Matter of the Estate of Catherine
A FULL LINK OF
know of our moves.
A. W. L ucas .
XT OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM
.. ALffiBYwucern that LluiKa bee» appointed-
by the County Court of Polk County, Oregon,
Executor of the last will and testament ot
.Catherine Chamberlin, late of Polk County,
rileceased. All persons holding claims a’gainst
said Estate are requested to present them to me
duly verified within six months from date, and
all persons indebted thereto will please make
me immediate payment.
Dated Nov. 5, 1883.
Dr:" Hinkle," Principal of the Natrona!
Surgical Institute, Western Division,
319 Bush Street, San Francisco, will be
at the Chemeketa Hotel, Salem, Novem
ber 1st and 2nd, at the Revere House,
Albany Nov. 3rd and till noon od Sth
at the St. Charles Hotel, Eagene City
E xecutor .
6th and 7th, at the Metropolitan Hotel
Roseburg, Nov. 9th, and at tho St.
Charles Hotel, Portland, Nov. 22nd and
23rd, 1883 for tho purpose of examin
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tion. Diseases of the Spine, Limbs, grand
of $1.75. Liberal terms. The religious papers
Deformities, Paralysis and all chronic mention it as one of the few great religious
works of tho world. Greater success never
Diseases, specialities. References giv known
by agents. ' Terms free. S’ tinbon A
Co., Publishers, Portland} Maine.
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FURNISHING GOODS, AND
Which they are prepared to sell
At the Very Lowest Rates 1
All kinds of Farm Produce taken in
Exchange for Goods.
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You are ocrdially invited to call and
examine goods and prices.
JOHNSON LUNN & CO.
Cor. Griswold’s Block,
Commercial Street, Salem.