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HEPPNER, MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1890.
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A 2.U per ynar, f 1.25 for nix month. 0.75
for t tw TiHMitrih; in a'lvnc. If imid for at tlie
eit l uf ix months. a yt-ar will be charged.
ADT EBTI SI NO RATES.
1 inch, nintiln column, pr month $ 1-50
2 " ' " 2.50
Local ariwrtiainn per line. Each aubiie
queat iawrUMii at half rates.
0RE3-01T OrriCT f Ti3.
lif.vnmor 8- Ponnoywr.
cW. of State G W. MrBride.
I rfiiHurxr Phil Metm han.
.-upt. ItiBtruciion K. J. MeKlroy.
.ludtre Hoventh District J. H. Hircl.
District Attorney ... W. ti. WUod
Joint Senator Henry BlfM-kman.
Heireneiitfttivtt J . 1 . Thomyiwm.
; uuitiy Jmltfe Wrn. Mitchell.
CoiniiiiHHionerM J. A. Thompson,
H. M. Vaughn. , ,
' Clerk -. J- W.Morrow.
" Sheriff ieo. Noble.
Treasurer J. W. Mathwrk.
AeKeHHor J- J Mciw.
Snrveyox Julius Keitluey.
Acix ttup't W. L.Halinc.
Coroner James Daughertr.
ICFPNEB TOWN OFFICERS.
jlMoi Henry Hlackmar.
t oiinrtlnien Nelson J .wee, J. W.
Morrow. E. I. Matlock. . E. Famsworth, U
M. M Ulory and W. J. McAte.
Keoonlet A. A. Roberta.
Treasurer ( W.J- leezer
Marshal J- W. KaBinus.
S PP1T 2 SOCIETIES.
Done IxhIkp No. a0 K. of e. meets t
eryTuewiyev!iiiiKt7.30oclock in I.
O. O. V. Hal!. Sojourning brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
J. H. BTAOTJET, (. C.
. H. (SWINBUBNE. K. t It. O. tE
KAWL1NM POSl N J. 81.
(i. A. R.
MmU at Lexington. Or., the last Saturday of
Mch month. All reterans are invited to join.
ISA Brows, J- S. Boothby.
Adjutant, tf Commander.
A. A. HOHICHTH,
Real Estate, Insurance and Collection
Heppncr, - tf - Oregon
J. N. BKOWN,
Attorney at Law
J AS. D. HAMILTON.
Brown & Hamilton
Practice in nil coarta of the state. Insurance,
real ewttite collwti.m a id l.wn at its.
Prompt attention given to all business entrust
ed to them.
Opposite Gazette Office, Heppner. tf
DR. B. F. V A UGH AN.
1LATE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Extracting bd1 Filling by the Latest
ami Most Improved Methods.
Ottiee ovar Hlucuui't Drugstore, tf .
E. T. GEAGHEGAN, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
Office over Slocuin'a
HEPPNER, 390 4m. OREGON.
WHEN YOU WANT
ThBt the best Dlace to get it is at the
Heppner, tf - Oreqnn.
P'irst National Bank
. RHKA. FUANK KELLOGO,
George M. Conser, Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business
On all parts of the world
Bought and Sold,
Collections made at all points on Kea
NATIONAL BANK of HEPPNER
D.P.THOMPSON. F.D. R BISHOP.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BCSINESS.
Made ou Favorable Terms.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT & SOLD,
BEPPXER tf OREGON.
L. D. BOYED,
COXTRICTOR AND BUILDER.
Special Attention Given
to estimates on all
kinds of work.
PROPRIETOR OF UEl'PNER BRICK YARD
Office Lower Main Street at A. M
Guud's reitleoe. 3S9-tf.
YOU C.4.V SUBSCRIBE FOR
Or Maicnzlne Yova "W lint
The Morrow Co.
At all Stations on the
AnJ after Sept. 15th will
ARMOUR'S PA'KINGHOUSE SUPPLIES
Which they ship direct in car
HOLD ON !
Where are you going ?
you ought to buy
J. W. Matlock & Co.
Yon will find Plain And Fancy Groceries, Frnits. Green and Dried, Glassware and
and everything apuerlaining to a Firet-Claas tirocery Store.
Pendleton Flour at same price as
five barrel lots. Agents for
DON'T FOP.GET THE NEW
OF PATETTE, IDAHO.
The Largest General Nursery
Stock in the
125 ACRES. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
Address, PAYETTE NURSERY,
E. G. 8LO0UM.
HEPPNER FURNITURE Co.,
Dealers in and Manufacturers of
ill U cl Hiu:ch:ld
Mattresses, Lounges, Wall Paper and Carpets.
A FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES. UNDERTAK
ING A SPECIALTY.
P ISO'S REMEDY FOR CATARRH. Best. Easiest
to use. Cheapest. Relief is immetliate. A cure is
certain. For Cold in tne Head a nas no equal.
It is an Ointment, ot wtticn
to the nostrils. Trice, .rit'c.
by r-:ol. Ad'lF1.
Columbia Brewery Depot,
Prop iie tor,
Of the Columbia Brewery, at The Dalles, would
couutiea that tie han leased from John n. Walter the i ity iirewery in Heppner, ana Das
established s depot at the well known stand, for the eale of the best
Lager Beer and Porter,
either in the keg or bottled, which he will be pleased to supply costomersin
any quantity wholesale and retail.
The Public are invited to call and examine his stock with
the assurance that then will find it first-class.
The Heppner Depot will be in charge of Mr. Dan Osmers, who will cheer
fully supply all orders. tf
rr-arOif.!- rf both spses. attribute their success to a course at the Portland Busi
ness College, Portland, Oregon, or the Capital Business College, Salem,
Oregon. Both are under the management of A. P. Armstrong, have same courses oi
stndv, same ratesof tuition. Business, Shorthand,7-pcnTiting, Penmanship and Enj
lish Departments. Write tc ther for joint Catalogue and specimens of penmanship.
THE OREGON LAND CO.
Home Office at Salem. Or., (in the State Insurance Building), and
Branch Offices iu Portia 'd, Astoria and Albany, has for sale a
large lot of Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms, also City
and Suburban Property.
iAni oiirivOo:v xv:vi co.
Was specially orgauized for the purpose of buying and subdi
viding large tracts of land, and has, during the past two years, bought
and subdivided over 3200 acres of laud into five to twenty acre
tracts. The success of this undertaking is shown in
the fact that out of 280 tracts of land plac
ed in the market, 225 have been
We olaim that ten aorea of choice land in fruit will yield a larger income than 160
acres in wheat in the Mississippi valley.
We also make valuable improvements in the way of roads, fences, etc. We can
sell a small tract of laud for the same price per acre as you would have tc
pay for a large farm.
Send for pamphlet, maps and price list.
Land & Trust Co.
supply the trade only with.
lots, at lowest wholesale prices, tf
HOLD ON !
Don't you know that
your Groceries of
Heppner Flour. $3.75 per barrel in
riadam s Microoe oilier.
STORE, MAIN STREET,
E. H. SLOCUM.
d Oilce Finite,
a small particies appuea
toltl by drupsists or pent,
T. Hazkt.tink, Warren, Pa.
inform the citizens of Morrow and eurroundirg
THAT CAN BE USED EVERY DAY
is the kind that pays. Scores ol
young business men, and hun
dreds of book-keepers and sten-
A cream of imlitr baking
powder. Hijrhtttof ah iu
leavpnim; strength. U. S.
Government Report, Aug.
COHSUPTiGfJ COUGH OR GOLD
BROMCH1TSS Threat Affection
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Or any Disease where the Throat and Lungs
are Inflamed, J.ach - Strength or Aerra
Power, you can be relieved and Cured by
PURE COD UMER OIL
PALATA3LE AS MILK.
Ash for Scott's Emulsion, and let no ex
planation, or solicit itio it induce you to
accept a substitute.
Sold by all Druggists.
SCOTT & BOlVNSjCheroista, N.Y.
DO NDT GRIPE, SICKEN OA
Sure Cure for Sick Headache,
'id all troubles arising Troni
. Aje.igKtttion or CanstipatioiUi
Improves the Cumijli-zioa
by Purifrinir the Blood.
The Aom can be nicely adjusted to sj.t th - cubs, am
iim pill can nevr be too Inre a does. Erpt to tak
mm o much sugar. 42 pills put up in a strong vial
whica ran b arHed i n est pocket. A flrmt 'onen
Maea t TrmvrWr and RulnM Arn. None Gvnulnr wlih
tmt "Crnenil" Trade Jl.irk. Suld KvrjTht-r, 25c. a botU
Baaipla Doas and Dream Book for Sc. In ataupft.
(DR. HARTER'S IRON TONIC. k
PURlKIKSihe BI.OOp: RFGUI.ATf'S the LIV'rCR
nd KTDN KYS and HKSTORKS the D Kill LI TAT ED I
to HKA L.TH mod VIGOROUS STKKNUTH of Youth F
THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO. ST LOUIS. Ma
THE STORY OF A YEAR.
"Look on this Dicture and then on that." The
above faces are exact reproductions of photo
graphs taken from life of Mrs. Morton D. Har
lan, who resides at No. 65 West 25th Street, New
v- mtv Th first one was taken in Novem
ber. 18S7. while in the last stapes of consump
tion, abandoned hv physicians and mourned by
friends. The other was taken in December,
188ft. when completely recovered, and entirely
through the use of Pr. Acker's English Remedy
for Consumption. The above pictures are wood
cuts, but thev are true to life and the original
photographs, taken from life, can be seen at all
the druff stores. Mrs. Harlan's consumption
beeran as consumption usually does, with a
...H n .hi mnT.ni,lD- PnicitlO- r,f TlhleEWl. tired
and depressed feelines. a lack of appetite, the
loss of flesh and pains throughout the body.
She did not realize her extreme darnnr until it
became almost too late, but sheiin perfect
for Consumption isToT.i i.v all reputable druR-
gists. You. can't afford to ut n unouf if.
RAIN! RAIfJ.' RAIN!
If there's one set of men who appieciate a good
waterproof coat it is the farmer. He knows that a
' Fish Brand Slicker" costs hira less per year than
any garment made. Did you know it rains or
anows one day in three the whole year through ? A
' Fish Brand Slicker " makes every day a pleasant
day to its lucky owner. Go anywhere with it in
rain, hail, sleet, snow, or bli.wt it is wind and
water proof. Cosrs les than rubber, and lasts ten
times as long. Rubber is good for shuw days, but
will rip in a week. If you want a coat for hard
wear and hard weather, get the "rish Braud
Slicker." Evtry good thing has its imitation, so
has the Fisk Brand Sucker." Look out. Be
ware of worthless imitation, every garment stamped
with " Fish Brand" Trade Mark. Don't accept
any inferior coat when you can have the " Fish
Brand Slicker " delivered without extra cost. Par
oculars and illustrated catalogue free.
A. J. TOWER. - Boston, Mass.
FB0P1 OUB NEIGHBORS.
Private Intelligence by the Rag's
Own Grapevine Cable.
CONSISTENTLY HASHED AND REHASHED
All .Dished up in a Brier, Concise, Space
idaying Manner No Si wash or
Lutiu Names Used.
From Big Bend Enterprise.
Word baa reached here of the foulest
murder that has been knowu in this sec
tion for many years. About four days
ago a freighter whose uame we could not
learn, but wbo was freiightiug for Pard
Cnminius, on the OkHtroaao, received
his pay, amounting to 35.00. aud tbat
night camped about a half mile from
Cummin's store. The next urmruing the
freighter was found dead, horribly muti
lated and hiB heart stuck up no the end
of a pole near the house. Whether it in
the work of au Indian or some white
man who thinks to make it appear the
work of an Iudiau is not known. No
trace of the wretch has yet been found.
Frvm Wednesday's E. O.
Mrs. Jesne Hnmer, one of the pioneer
women of Umatilla county, is lying very
low at her home on Butter creek.
A special census agent employed by
Uncle Sam is at the Agency for some
purpose unknown possibly to couut the
chipmunks ana badger holes on the res
ervation. A fellow was arrested by the marshal
at LaGrande, who witu au empty sleeve
pretended the appearance of a one armed
man. An examination revealed the fact
that his arm was lashed to his body, aud
under this guise be was workiug the
palm handle" racket.
Sam Nicely, who was tried Monday
afternoon in Justice Park's court for
assault with a dangerous weapon,
preferred by a neighbor, Carl flebel, was
fined 820 and coats by the cocrt, which
he paid. It was proven at the trial that
Mr. Nicely did not shoot at Hebel as
charged, and that no bullets came near
him. A farm employe of Nicely's shot
at a dog, which gave rise to the accusa
tion. C. C. Miller, an old pioneer, was found
dead on toon Island iu the Columbia
river, Sunday, by duck hunters It is
thought while on bis way ' ome be drank
o much whiskey troui a deruijoun ue
had with bim, laid down on the sand
near the water and went to sleep, the
tide came up and he was drowned. His
ae was sixty-three years. He has lived
in Oregon for the past forty-hve years.
A warrant bas been issued for the ar
rest of Cy Mulkey on the complaint of
Isaac Ruddock, charging him with the
larceny of a horse. It appears achat Mul
key had been gathering up horses for I.
T. Keese, and bas received 10 a head
for his services. J. he brands of Keese
and Ruddock are similar, bat on d fler
eiit shoul-.lerH. and Mulkey is accused ul
taking one of Ruddock's borses and driv
ing it away, although he knew it was the
wrong animal, in order to make $10 by
From Weekly E. O. 31st ult.
In Justice Park's court, yesterday
afternoon, R. T. Murdock, the sawmill
owner, was examined on me cuarge oi
'maliciously destroying personal prop
erty, preterred by A. J. feunell, a neigh
bor with whom lie nas uad trouble, ren
nel claimed that Murdock and Henry
Harns visited bis house during bis ab
sence and cheerfully .proceeded to de
molish it with an axe. The evidence did
not support the accusat out it being
proven that Murdock merely removed a
few boards from a tionse of his own, and
the defendant was discharged by the
court. Harus, agHinst whom a similar
complaint was brought by fennel, was
dismissed on motion of the deputy dis
Another telegram was received at the
sheriff's office to-day fiom Deputy John
son, who is having so much trouble in
inducing Missourians and their governor
to give up P. E. Parker, the absoon er.
Mr. Johnson Htates that be had a long
talk last night with the Governor of Mis
souri, who gave his reasons for revoking
the warrant he had issued, and also g;ive
his interviewer to understand that he in
tended to "stand pat." "He gave me tf
decisive answer," Mr. Jhusou tele
crauhB. "And vou will have to li'ive Gov
ernor Pennoyer stay with it." There is
little fear that G tveroor Peunoyer will
not stay with it, as be has already ex
pressed his opinion regarding the action
of the governor of Missouri. Tue inter
esting fight looked for will now undoubt
edly take place between the two gover
nors. The one is determined to prevent
Parker's arrest bv the Umatilla county
authorities, and the other equally de
termined that he shall rtceive his just
deserts for his offense against Oregon
law. Oregon against Missouri which
From Idaho Democrat.
David Allen died on Saturday last. He
was perhaps one of the oldest men in the
state, his age beiug in) years and one
Four or five Indians of both sexes are
in the city. They are as meek looking
as a sleepy mule, but the probabilities
are that if a chance weregiveu them they
would be more treacherous thau a whole
band of mules
Jos. Morgan, serviug a ten-year sen
teuce in the peu," for murder, escaped
on Monday last. A reward is offered for
bis cant nre. His description if as fol
lows: Aged 24 vears: height, 5 feet 11M
inches: complexion, fair; weight, 377
pounds: light browu hair and blue eyes
smooth shaven; wears a No. 9 boot, and
bas a small pimple or mole on right
cheek near mouth.
An eastern minister has a sign over the
door of his re idence that reads: "Alar-
rving done to order with neatness and
dispatch; ceremony in three minutes;
seven different languages." He is said
to be doing a thriving business. If our
ministers would inaugurate that system
in this city, they might get up a matri
monial boom and liue their own pockets
before the novelty of the affair wore off.
Get in, gentlemen, and form a syndicate
with the legal fraternity. The latter will
be benefitted when the reaction takes
From East Oregon Herald, Burns.
Thic town will nath on fi ta some niizht
in the near future, and without any or-
ganization for protection, good bye to
ur town. Then we will think and say,
Peter French, while assisting to stop
be fire at ti.e M. E. church 1 iat Satur
day, fell from the roof, and had it imt
been for J. T Sdmau and Peter Stenger.
who ran under catching him as lie came
down thereby breaking the fall, the re
sult might have been serious, but as it
was he was unhurt and very quickly on
the building aain at work.
.Ve canuot see that the usury law of
Oregon is of auy advantage to its citi
zens. How would those, who like it.
favor a similar limitation put on an
other commodity. Money is a commo
dity, and if an individual has it, it is
bis own, the same as wheat, barley or
any other article that belongs to him.
Then why should the owner not have the
right to do what he pleases with whal
belongs to him
The cry of fire!' was heard on the
streets f Burns last Saturday afternoon
about three o'clock. The M. E. church,
which in the absence of a county court
house is being used for that purpose,
was fnund to be on fire, the roof having
caught from the stove pipe. One hun
dred or more persons were there in a very
short time, and the names were soon
stopped. The damage was slight.
From Pendleton Tribune.
J. H. Stiue, a well-known newspaper
man of the state, bas purchased the St.
Hel ns Mist. (This gentleman has the
honor of beiug the original instigator of
the Heppner Gazette. Ed.)
Two young men known as the Talley
brothers have absconded from the farm
on Stage Uulcu, leaving c realtors t"
m'urn their departure to the, tune of
Mrs. I. B. Bowen, of Baker City, by
mistake tok a dose of corrosive subli
mate one dav last week. Doctors being
close at band, and proper remedies being
quickly applied her life was saved.
There has been rumors of a grand
scheme to prove a matter of very great
renn, to Pendleton and contiguous
couutry for soi-e time and we have
awaited the materialization of the same
into something feasible, with no small
degree of patience. It seems now to
havn formulated itself into a grand irri
gation scheme, and Messrs. Sam. P. Stnr
gis, S. Rotbcbild and C. H. Lieadbntter
have filed articles of incorporation of the
same. The pnrpose is to dig a ditch
from some point on the Umatilla river
far enough up iu the mountains to bring
the water out on the almost dried ph ins
north of town, and it is proposed to carry
water in quantity sufiicient to irrigate
many thousand acres of land. We very
earnestly hope the scheme tuny piove a
success. Its effect ou Pendleton and tue
country about will be incalculable. Re
gions tbat have hitherto been barren aud
waste, will be made to produce wonder
fully, and land heretofore looked upou
as worthless will be considered as very
From the Oregonian.
Of the recent dicussion in the school
boar i couciming the salaries of the
vice-principals, it is but just to say tbat
$1,200 ia iot a large salary for these
teachers if they iire competent, and it
thev are not competent they are not
worth employing at any price. Au in
competent person ought not to be made
a teacher in the public schools, even if
bis or her services could be obtained for
board and clothes."
From Waeco Sun.
Marshal Gibons was kept quite bnsy
Saturday attending to the wants of his
many dinorderlv guests. Ralph is
good landlord aud fully understands his
The laud office officials are kept busy
these days answering the ever recurring
question, 'WLen will this railroad land
be sumecr to etitrvr A tuiity day s
notice by publication will be f-iven of
the date, and all will bavean equal show.
From Slalheur Gazette, Tale, Or.
Several Saloon men in Harney county
were fined for keeping open saloon on
Hon. J. P. Wager, Senator from Uma
tilla county and ex-editor of the East
Oregoniaiij was iu town a few days ago.
Every growing, and ambitious town is
composed of three elements, those wbo
work patriotically, vigorously and intel
ligently for its bdvaucement; those who
are in a tate of apathy or indifference
and those who always take delight in
discouraging the efforts of others by
ridicule and persistent denial that any
progress can be or has been accomplished
and boasts of every othr town except
their own. The last class are called
croakers, but they are really something
worse, for their opposition does not arise
simply from despondency, but from that
enviable spirit that will neither act itself
nor suffer others to act.
From Daily Astorian, Friday.
"What fiiDny things we see when we
haven't got a gun," warbled Ticket
Agent Bozorth, of the Uuion Pacific, a
few days ago as he, in company with
General Agent Noyes, stood in the bag
gage room and watched a dilapidated
looking Btranger overhaul the contents
of a sailor's bag.
"Yes, yes, I guess they're mine," said
the fellow, and a wild laugh went up at
the confession. The man, who has a
name tbat would wreck an alphabet to
spell, had put iu a claim against the
Union facinc railroad company for $143
for loss of baggage. He recently came
from Nei York, and when bis baggage,
for wtrob he had a check, did not arrive
within a few days, he set up a huwl and
said he was a ruined man.
Before a tracer. Bent out by the agent,
had time to get fairly started on its way,
the stranger had filed with Mr. Bozorth
what purported to be an inventory of the
contents of the b.ig with the price at
tached to each article. The list looked
well, and to look at the habiliments of
the claimant, it would seem that he
packed all bis best clothing in the bag
t.nd wore his worst suit The inventory,
contained items of Beveral suits of cloth
ing, each valued at S25; two piirs of sea
boots at $8 a pair; three pairs of shoes
at 83 a pair each; nuderwear, valued at
S4 a suit; jersey jackets which it was al
leged cost $3 and a lot of other apparel
all proportionately high.
When the bag finally arrived, the man
looked at its exterior and declared it was
not his. A little questioning, however,
convinced him that the jig was up,
and he confessed ownership to the sack,
w hich a shipwrecked sailor would hardly
lav claim to. Then he was made to iden
tify the bag by calling out the contents.
and a sorry looking lot of clothing it was
that came forth. The suits of clotbiog,
listed at $25 each, were a mass of rags,
the sea boots and shoes were mildewed,
and the other articles, including the $4
nuderwear, were iu a tit couditiou for the
rag man. The stranger wbo wanted the
company to pay bim $148 for the truck
was humiliated, rnd this is what caused
Bozorth to bum, 'Vhat funny thii gs we
see when we haven't got a gun."
From Salem Daily Statesman. 2nd in at.
The writer saw yesterday at the ex
press office in Salem seven hundred
iounds of butter iu tubs all the way
rom Kansas. The express charges must
lave been enormous. It is understood
hat frequent shipments of butter are
thus made from Kansas. The secretary
of the Salem board of trade a few days
ago received a letter from a Taooma
man inquiring if some one in Salem
would contract to ship to bim 600 doz
ens i f eggs each day. This section of
Oregon bas been raising wne it on big;
farms too long. We should produce more
butter, eggs, fruit, etc., etc. Small farms,
ranches and orchards are what the
country surrounding Salem needs. And -Salem
needs commission houses that will
make a specialty of sbipp ng to the vast
markets open to the products of such
men who will contract with the pro-
iucers. The business of supplying these
markets cannot be overdone, for the mar
's are growing faster than the supply
can grow, even under the most favorable
conditions. Let's at least raise as much
as we consume.
That man Peck, who was put in the
penitentiary Friday for a term of one
year, coming from Lane county, is serv
ing his third term in Oregon s state
prison. His case is quite an argument
in favor of the unlimited sentence idea
recently introduced in an eastern state.
by its provisions a prisoner is alwavs
sentenced to an unlimited term. He is
released on good behavior given bis
freedom on probation, as it were. He
must report every month to some officer
whose duty it is to keep a record of all
men ou probation. By this means an
honest man can redeem himself, but a
scoundrel is soon taken in charge again,
thus saving the state very many dollars
for arrest, incarceration, prosecution, etc.
From Fossil Journal.
We are informed by a gentleman from
Ferry Canyon that George Leighton had
found five head of his horses on their
range dead. He bas not discovered the
cause. "Had Mr. Leighton any ene
mies" said oue informant, 'he might
suspicion tbat strychnine bad been
placed on their licking grounds, but be
has formed no suspicion of anyone doing;
bim an intentional iojuiy." We hope
the mystery will soon be solved. There
were some very fiue animals among those
Sloan P. Sbutt writes us that he has
returned from his investigation for anew
location iu California and the Sound, and
found them overcrowded and overrun
with newspapers. He concluded there
was still more room for him iu Gilliam
county, which he concluded to leave a
short time afo. So he purchased an out
tit and returued'to Arlington, where he
will issue the first nnmberof the Arling
ton Advocate, a weekly paper the same
size as the Fossil Journal, about next
week, or by the week following. Arling
ton once supported two papers, aud. will
no doubt revive her old prosperity by
the impetus given settlement on account
of the forfeiture of the N.PRB. lands,
and give the Advocate a hearty snppjrt.
No doubt there are some of Arlington's
former citizens who went with the boom
to the Sound who would be glad to ex
change their new place and condition
with their old.
Erom E. O. Republican. Union.
Tuesday morning a fire broke onfc iu a
small bouse belonging to Mr. Gillispe in
the southern part of town. The flames
were extiugnised before much damage
was done. The house was occupied by
a Mr. Graham. The fire was caused by
a defective flue,
A man by tbe name of Daniel Mo
Carty was brought from La Graude last
Thursday and lodged in jail to await the
actiou of the grand jury. He was ar
rested W'ednsday on a charge of larceny
from a dwelling. His bonds were placed
at $250, but not being able to raise the
amouut, be now languishes in jail.
Last Friday night S. A. Pursel, of this
city, was staying at his ranch about 16
miles north of to n. During the night
he heard a disturbance among bis horses,
and in climbing up the side of tbe barn
in order to look into the stable, be
slipped and fell to the ground, severely
injuring his back. After retiring be was
attacked by a chill. In consequence he
has been laid up for several days, but
is getting along nicely now.
Tuesday Doctor.-: Cromwell, Day and
Deering amputated the left leg of Wm.
Johnson, who has suffered a number of
yea s with a diseased knee. Mr John
son's troubles first began Oct. 25, 1884,
when a horse fell upon bim and broke
bis knee cap. This injury had about
healed when a horse kicked him upou
the same knee aud when this second in
jury was about healed, while driving
some cattle a steer ran over him stepping
upon tbe same knee, again laying him
op. Every effort bas been made to cure
the injury but of no avail. He was re
moved to this city about three months
ago, and there beiug no hopes of saving
the injured member, it was removed.
At last accounts the patient is getting
along quite well.
Chills aud fever of three years stand
ing cured by Simmons Liver Regulator.
E. Watkius, Watkins House, Upton
Ed Gazette: As the time is not far
away that the herder should be in winter
quarters, I will soon return tcBickleton,
where I will hereafter receive your papera
We have bad a fine summer up to the
present, and now we have a little snow.
Mt. Adams has a fine, new coat.
Sheep are looking well; many have
been sold for mutton, som realizing as
high ad $3.35 per head.
Camas Prairie has two new stores,
well-stocked AH are looking out for the
HuDt R. R.t but I fear all in vain.
I. S. Stone.
Glenwood, Wash., Oct.. 18, m
Take! Take! Tab e Simmons Liver
Regulator for dyspepsia, coustipadon
Coon skins and clam shells are some
thin, tbat are scarce here, therefore this
office will be fully satisfied with cord
wood, cabbage and potatoes on ub-