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THE CHICAGO FIRE.
It is quite remarkable bow of late years
the publio fancy baa tamed towards pip
tares; wit Lin tbe last decade, newspaper
after newspaper has been compelled to
illustrate tbeir publications daily. Tbere
is a wide-spread desire to see. A bock
without illustrations is like roast turkey
without the "fixings" rather uninviting
and not altogether palatable. For years
back tbe great Brtists have turned their
attention to the illustrating of history,
and tbey bave done more to give people
an iilea of bow great battles were fought
lhan aDy description of them could ever
bave done. The last great effort to pio
torially represent any historical event is
the Cycloruma of the burning of Chioa
go. This is said to be by far the most
difficult subject ever attempted, and it
was thought by many to be impossible
to faithfully portray. If one may judge
from the glowing acoounts given of this
great scene by tbe Chioago press, it must
be the most remarkable production io
the realm of nrt. The effects produced
are sturtlingly realistio and faithfully
bow tbe situation in Chicago when tbe
great fire was at its height. This unique
and remarkable exhibition is attracting
a great deal of attention in the World's
Fair City. It is housed in elegant quar
ters on Michigan Avenue, between Mad
ison and Monroe, and will remain in
Chicago until after the World's Fair.
The mile bicycle record was last week
lowered from 2:U 15 to 2:11. This is
considered wonderful time inasmuch as
tbe start was made from the standstill.
Tbey will get it down "as fast as a
horse can trot" pretty soon.
Conoress has at last adjourned, though
with little or nothing to its credit. Du
ring its eight months session it has done
nothing to oommend it to the people, yet
It has gained great publioity by its en
ormous expenditure of money.
A TniEP entered the residenoo of J
H. Cradlebaugh, editor of the Hood
River Ulncier, not long since, during the
family's ubsenoe but after making othor
ough search, left without tapping the
vault. The thief made a great mis
take by not enquiring into Mr. Orndle
buugh's business, for hud be learned that
he was an editor he would not have gone
to the trouble of breaking a lock.
A few days ago the Review, of Spo
kane, was sued for libel. This seemed
to please the Chronicle, of Spokane,
grently. But the richest part of tbe joke
is tbe fact that suit has been brought
agniuBt the Chronicle for publishing the
same artiolo, though tbe item was orig
inally telegrnphed to Tbe lieview, and
wbb stolen by tbe Chronicle the follow
ing afternoon. This is believed to he
the first onse on record where a news
paper bus stolen a libel suit. However,
to the Chronicle it is not so funny as it
"need to was."
SPECIAL MKETINO OF COl'NUAL.
The town council o Heppner met in
special session, lust Friday evening, Aug.
6, 1892, for the purpose of cauvaBsingtlie
, vote on the proposition to bond tbe town,
and to pass ordsnanoe No, 50, (oontraot
ordinance.) Mayor Matlock presided.
la the absence of Recorder Roberts, Otis
Patterson was chosen us acting reoorder.
On roll being called, the following
councilmeu were noted present: Qar
rigties, Gilliam, Lie htenthul, Farnswortb,
Morgan ami Putterson.
The committee on elections, Morgan,
Garrigues and Gilliam, then proceeded
to canvass the vote, and made a report, of
which the following is substantially a
In the matter of canvassing the returns
o the special election to vote bouda in
the sum of $15,0i)0, held August 4, 1892,
in the town of Heppner, Oregon :
We, your committee, have examined
the returns mid tlud them oorreot, 69 for
mi J ill against.
i8. P. GAitniauHs,
Paled this 5th day of Aug., 1892.
On motion of Farnswortb, seconded by
Lichtenthal, the report of the committee
On motion of Fiirusworth, seconded by
Garrigues, the well maohinery and lot
was turned over to Mr. II. V. Gates.
OrdiuaLce No. 50 was then taken up
and passed the second reading by title.
On motion of Oilliuui, seoouded by Licit
trnthul, this action was sanctioned.
On motion of Garrignes, seconded by
Karnaworlli, Ordiuauoe No. 6lJ was put up
ou its Until reading by sections, and each
adopted unnuimoualy by the "yeas" and
"iiii)h,"ou motions of Morgan, seconded
ly Furnswoith. Ordinance No. 60 ap
peal s ou pugel
Mr. GuteB further agrees to furnish
water, gratis, for public watering troughs,
but this part of tbe contract will be le
galized by ordinance at some future meet
ing. Council then adjourned.
TEEL SPRING NEW a.
To the Heppner Gazette.
As yon are ell anxious to bear from
tbe springs, will Bend von a short letter.
Tbere is now a jolly crowd here of over
300 people. One of tbe most pleasant
events here is the every eight dance un
til 12 o'olock, when everyone goes to tbeir
house or rather to their tents for sleep,
and at 8 o'clock next morning tbey are
ready to eat everything in sight
Almost every part of the country is
now represented bere, in fact tbe orowd
is from everywhere. Among the crowd
may be seen persons from Portland, Pen
dleton, Heppner, Alba, Giand Rounde
valley, Boise City, and still they are
Tbere la every kind of amusement bere
one could ask for, and I assure yon that
your bumble writer is having a way up
time. Some of tbe Heppner boys are a
little bit sh irt of cash, so will start home
today. They do say that the boys play
"out of sigbt" up here. Gene Noble is
striotly in it, and seems to be thoroughly
The Gi.zetto is at a premium here, and
when any mail oomes in there is an effort
to see who oan get it first. Well, as this
is enough for this time, I close, assuring
yon that I am as ever,
Teki. Si'Uinos, Aug. 4, '92.
The World Knncued.
The facilities of tbe present day for tbe
production of evervtbing that will con
duce to tbe material welfare and com
fort of mankind are almost unlimited,
and when Syrnp of Figs vcas first pro
duced the world was enriched with the
only perfect laxative known, as it is the
only remedy which is truly pleasing and
refreshing to the taste Bud prompt and
effectual to cleanse the system gently in
the spring time or, in faot, at any time
and tbe better it in known the more pop
ular it becomes.
SHOULD PROTECT BADGERS, BKONKS
In conversation with one of our enter
prising farmers the other day, tbe News
man was informed that Grant county,
instead of offering a bounty on squirrel
scalps which Morrow county tried and
found ruinous-should protect badgers.
skunks, wildoats, and even coyotes, by
making it a misdemeanor to kill tbem
These animals are all great destroyers of
squirrels, and before tbeir wanton de
struction beoame so common the farmer's
grain fields and gardens grew unmolest
ed. Now if they are destroyed it is the
farmer's own fuult, for ho has been in
strumental in tbe death of the animals
that destroyed thousands of squirrels
every year. This farmer also said that
he bad often met his neighbors, who
would boast of having just been instru
mental in the ignominious death of some
unoffending badger or skunk, and who
in the next breath would whine about
the squirrels eating their orops, and want
tbe county court to fix a bounty and pay
them for killing. Farmers and sheep
men, protect the badgers and skunks, us
well as other useful animals. They will
not be apt to eat your chiokens while
squirrels are plenty. Canyon News.
Where I the "We?"
Exohapge: The demoorat and the re.
publican were sittingon tbe fence talking
politics in s neighborly fashion.
"Well, I'm in favor of tariff for reve
nue only," said the demoorat.
"And that means," said the republican,
"a general reduction of duties on im
"To be followed by a larger importa
tion of foreign-made cheap goods?"
"Of oourse, and what we are after are
"Of course, and lower prices wiil re
sult in a deoreased demand for our borne
"And that means closing American
workshops and sending workmen to tbe
"Well, haven't we millions of acres of
the beBt lind in the world?"
"Sure; and when all the workmen get
to be farmers the inoreased supply of
farm products, with no factory bands to
buy the stuff, will push prices down to
the starvation point, and tbe farmers
will have to quit the business."
"But we shall bave lower prioes."
"Who is 'we'?'" asked the republican,
plump to the point. "With the work
ing men in factories turned to farmers,
and the farmers starved and mortgaged
out of existenoe, what have you got left
to compose your 'we' to whom low prices
will be such a benefit?"
The demoorat asked for time to look
up the record and find out where the
Mis Mot Bailey arrived bomr S r
from Prairie City, Grant county.
There is a new girl over at Milt Mor
gan's, id Sand Hollow, which arrived
Wednepdny of last week. Mmher and
child are doing well.
How It Work m ICngluiKl.
A Reward of $500
Will he paid for any Case of Rheumatism
w:iioh cannot be oured by Pr. Pniin-
mond s Lightning remedy. This offer is
made in good faith by the proprietors,
and there is no reasonable excuse for ani
one to suffer longer. An ordinary case
will be oured by one bottle, and it is
poor economy to suffer wheu relief cau
he secured bo certainly. The price of n
bottle is $5. and that is tbe cost of aonre.
Prurumond Medioine Co., 18 50 Muiden
Lane, New York. Agents wauted.
Twosorrel horsos. Oneof them branded
"8" on the rijjht shoulder, likewise on the
The other was branded "8" on the
right shoulder, also "It." The weight of
each was about 1050 pounds.
Anyone returning the same to my
ranch at Eight Mile will receive a reward
ofiflS. sw tf Svlvaniis WitiaiiT.
RAIL HOAD NOTES.
r ,um I he Wiwoo Sun.
Conductor Dennett is ou the Heppner
run. lie will be here for about thirty
days a" Conductor French has taken a
thirty days' leave of absence.
Engineer Putterson went to Portland
last week to have the skin of the wild
cat lie killed stuffed Bud mounted and
articles of jewlery made out of the claws
of the bear be killed. He is going to
son 1 them to his friends in Chicago.
11. V. Carrington, formerly ou Hepp
ner run, and at one time an engiueer out
of La Urande.went to Portland last Mon
day to show his patent salety indicator
to the V. P. otlicere. It is one of the
most seusible arrangements yet invented
to Hid oond actors and eugiueinen to keep
in mind trains to be met aud passed and
work to lie done at stations. It slums at
a gliinee what is to be done for ua entire
Conductor French and family and Mr.
Burliugauie and M.ss Francisco, of The
Piillen, Blurted Tuesday, Aug. 2d, for a
mould's recreation iu the mountains
southeast of Heppner. Mr. Freucb work
ed hard Monday rigging up a wagou for
the trip mid when he got through it look
ed like a cross betweeu a prairie schooner
and nu air ship. His friends met Mou
day ninlit and labeled the wagon as fol
lows: "Ou the W Hy back to good old Mis
souri." "We'll show at the world's fair "
Going buck to see our old borne aud
frieuits in the good old ship in which
LOCAL MARKET ltUI'OKT.
Wheat, bu (iOo
Flour.bbl 4 CO
Beeves, cows & two-year-olds, owt. 1 75
" " three " 2 0(l(2 25
Sheep, muttous, bead 2 25 8 00
stock 2 L'6
Hogs, ou foot, cwt (5 00
Hogs, dressed 7 00
Wool 12 14
Horses, slow sale.
Hutter, roll 40
Kggs, doz la.
Chickens, doz 2 60 (tf 3 UO
E. O. Republican : For fifty years it
has been the unpardonable sin in England
to question the beauties of free trade.
Even now Lord Salisbury says, in his
recent speech, at Hastings, I shall expect
to be excommunicated fur propounding
such a doctrine, namely, that the free
trade theory may be noble but it is uot
buibness like. He clearly proves that
it is tbe cause of the commercial depres
sion in England; for he says: "Fifty
years ago everybody believed that free
trade had conquered the world but now
despite the prophecies of free trade ad
vocates, foreign nations are adopting pro
tection. Tbey are excluding us from
their markets and are trying to kiil our
trade. Aud this state of things appears
to grow worse. Under our free trade
laws we bave no redress. It is a great ad
mission for the Prime Minister of Great
Britain to moke, yet every word is true.
Fbe English workingmati sees that the
protective tariff here has closed many of
their works in Great, Britain, has estab
lished new works in this country by tbe
hundreds, has built up new and import
ant industries iu a single year; trans
ferring as if by a magician's wand great
establishments with skilled workmen
and costly maohinery across tbe ocean
and in conutless ways has stimulated
business here while free trade depresses
business in England. It is a great speech.
Read it you American free traders.
It May tie 8u,
Wheat, cwt 1 Uj (ft 1 40
Flour, bbl 8 00 a 4 75
Heeves, stall fed 5 50 (i
Muttons, owt 7 00 (A 9 00
Hogs, owt '. 8 50 lit 5 25
Wool Eastern Oregon.. 12' (if 19
Hutter, lb 15 f 25
Eggs, doz 10 ft a
Chickens, doz 6 60 $ 900
Turkeys, It) 18 Qi 20
Wheat, cwt $1 20 0? 1 25
Flour, bbl 2 75 4 IK)
Beeves, owt 1 75 ( 2 75
" dressed 4 00 (r H 00
Muttons, live Bheared... 3 25 fS 3 50
" dressed 7 00 8 00
Hogs, on foot 5 00 5 50
" dressed 7 00 8 00
Wool Eusteru Oregou... 10 ft 111
Hutter - -.
Kggs, dot 18 (if, 20
Chickens, doz 5 00 a? 6 00
Turkeys, lb , 10
IOO Reward $100.
The renders of this paper will he pleas
ed to learu that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
sole to cure in all its stages, aud thai is
catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure is theonly
positive cure known to medical fraterni
ty. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mn
cons surfaces of tbe system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
mid giving tbe patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting na
ture in doing its work. The proprietors
have so nin.-h faith in its curative pow
ers, they off r One Hundred Dollars for
unv case that it fails to cure, Send for
list of testimonials.
Addres, F. J. Cuknkt & Co., To
fJTSM bv Druggists, 75c.
Telegram: Tbe editor of the Pendle
ton East Oregouian, Pern., says he is "a
free-trade democrat;" yet he believes the
McKiuley luw ' has made wages bigbert
made higher prioes for farm products,
made trade freer, and was a short Btepot
legislation in the direction of ultimate
free trade." He wants to "go farther in
the same direction." Sinoe he believes
that a high protective tariffand free trado
are the sume, he should vote and work
for Harrison, MoKinley, Carnegie aud
Piukerton. Tbe demoorats will not give
him free trade, and if he gets it under
MoKinleyism, he should not want any
DRUNKENNESS, or the LIQUOR HABIT,
Cured at Home in Tea Days by Adminis
tering Dr. Haines' Golden Speclfle.
It can be given in a glass of beer, a oup
of coffee or tea, or in food, without the
knowledge of the patient. It is absolute
ly harmless, and will effeot a permanent
and speedy cure, whether the patient in
a moueraie anukeror an aloobolio wreck.
It has been given in thousands of cases,
and in every instance a perfect cure has
followed. It never fails. Tbe system
onoe impregnated with the specific, it
becomes an utter impossibility for tbe
nquor appetite to exist. Oures guaran
teed. 48 page book of particulars free.
Address the Golden Specific Co., 185
Raoe Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Huhl, the baker. Buy your bi cad and
cakes and save money. Try it. a.
Why go hungry wbentbCi! r.-.vel
furnishes yon a good mel a; living
John Jenkins advertises his line kiin
of brick, iitmembr-r that Heppner brick
equal the best. a
"Hardware" did you ea 1 Why, yes,
at P. C. Thompsou & Co.'s stand, and the
place fofttfgaiuB. a
For cash yon can get more at the East
ern Clothing house, with Levi ou deck,
than any other plaoe iu Heppuer. a
M. Lichtenthal & Co. have just re
ceived a tine lot of ladies' kid, button
and tie shoes. At bottom piices. a
The Paluoe is the leading hotel in the
city. Well furnished rooms with plenty
of light are provided for everyoue. a
Don't overlook T. W. Avers, Jr., the
leading druggist. Choicest perfumes,
purest drugs and the finest toilet articles
always on band. a
The Buckler beer, 5 oents per glass, at
the Columbia Beer Hall, OHmers &
Hughes, mops., next door to M. Lich
tenthal & Co.'s shoe store. a
Coffin & MoFarland bave just received
a car load of Mitchell Wagons, Hacks,
etc , and have also a large supply of farm
ing implements of all kinds. a
The M. L. & T. Co., since they have
rooreu all tueir plattorms, have an im
mense storage capacity. TbiB company
now aeais iu grain, lumner and wood, a
Since Shaw & McCarty purchased tbe
meat market they have al ays endeavor
ed to keep on band the freshest uud
choicest meats, sausages aud bolognas, a
Heury Heppner's warehouse is one of
the largest and most capacious in East
ern Oregon. Henry is now prepared to
do a general forwarding business. Hates
Thompson & Binnsown the buss which
goes to and from the City hotel, but will
obII for parties desiring to go to train in
any part of the city. Leave orders at
City hotel. a
What will perseverance, pluck and en
terprisa avail in this wild west, if you
oanuot get big bargains? However, bo-
fore giving up entirely, visit Minor Bros.'
Don't overlook Kirk & Rasmus for
bargains. They have purchased the bus
iness of J. W. Matlock & Co., but will
soon remove to the Mullory corner, oppo
Bite the Palace hotel. a
Dr. Grant's Cloalo, the great dyspepsia
oonqnerer, win positively cure dyspepsia
ana all its kindred ailments, JSvery Dot
tlo sold under a positive guarantee to
effect a oure or money refunded. Hee ad.
in tbis issue. r
My dear, let's go around to the saloon
this eve, and Lane Matlock's ioe
cream saloon, I mean, where you cau get
ioe oream that will make your mouth
water; also find in stock the freshest
fruits and finest confeotionaries. a
For Boils, Pimples
eczema, and all other
relievo and cure
debility, and that
Has Cured Others
will cure you.
HUN Mdl HI, OltkQON.
The leading Normal
School of tho
will save the dyspeptic from many
duyN of misery, ami ene.fote him to eat
wliutcver lie wisiiea. 'Jt'sy prevent
Tried For 20 Years !
Tho original and only Rflnuine Compound Oxy
uen TreHtinent, that of Dra. Htarkey & Palen, iu
A Bciftntifio adjustment of the element of Oxygen
and Nitrogfln magnetized, and the compound in
so condensed and made portable that it ia went,
oil over the world.
It hatj btwi in use for tnoro than twenty yearn;
thourwnds of patifinfs have been treated and over
one thousand pliyrtjoiaiiri have used it and recmn
menri it a vory significant fact.
The groat success of our treatment has Ktvon
rise to a host of imitator, unscrupulous pert-ons,
some calling their preparations Componud Uxy
KPn, often appropriating our teHtimoninla and
tbe names of oar patients, to recommend worth
less concoctions. Hut any substance madtt else
where by others, and called Compound OxyfQ,
"Compound Oxyen Its Mode of Action and
Results, is the title of a hook of 2iifl pagoH pub
lished by l)rs. Btarkey A Palen. which ivea to all
inquire full information as to this remarkable
eurative agmit, and a record of surprising cures
in a number of chronic canna many of them
aftr being abandoned to die by other physicians.
Will be mailed to any address on application.
Drs. STARKEY & PALEN,
1529 Arch St., Philadelphia, Penna.
Please mention th'is pnpor.
Before Starting on a Jonrney
A porson usually desires to gnin some in
furmiitiuu ns to the most desirable route
to take, and will purchase tickets via tbe
one tbat will aflord hiui the quickest and
best service. Before startiuif on a trip to
Chicniro or any point East, yon should
provide yonraelf with a map and time
table of tbe Wisconsin Central lines.
The trains run ou this route are vesti
buled and equipped with Pullman's lat
est drawiuu room sleepers, elegant day
oonobcB and dining ours of latest deaiu,
built expressly for this service, and are
exquisite in furnishings aud convenient
aud comfortable id arrangement and so
complete in pvery detail that they bave
no superior in oomforl and elegance.
The dining ear service is pronounoed by
all the uioNt elegant ever inaugurated,
ami is operated m me interest or its pa
trons. Fast truiua via the Wisconsin Central
Hues leave Minneapolis daily at 12:45 p.
ui. and 6:25 p. m., aud St. Paul at 1:80
p. ni. and 7:30 p. iu., making favorable
connection with all trains from the West
For tickets, time tables, berth reserva
tions, etc., apply to O. F. MoNeill, ( P.
A T. A., Minneapolis, Minn., or to Jas.
C. Pond, general passenger and ticket
agent Chicago 111. 4Mi(f
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Best and newest methods of tcachlnir. Knlnrir-
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Send for catalogue. Z. M. PARVIX,
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a medical cure rendering an oponitlon with "the
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never iteeu kuum ii to nui. i pernox, o lor jo;
sent by mail. Why sutler from this terrible'dis
ease when a written guarantee is given with fi
boxes, to refund tbe money if not cured. Send
stamp for free Huninle. Guarantee iwsnod hv
WoupAito, Clarke & Co., Whulesale A Ketafl
uruggists bole Agents, Portland, Or.
ARNEriS-SHOP, stock and fixtures. Good
miBiness; established m tlie midst of a
eood fanning and stock-rnisine ennntrv.
Also for sale a tiood house and two lots with or
wniiom me dusiupsb property, ror further in
formation address Gazette, Heppner, Or. 48K tf.
THOSE who are interested in the EiKbtMile
country and Morrow county to know that
we have a few extra copies loft, which can
he secured either at Geo. Thornton's news stand
or at the Gazette ollice. tiS-sw.
CVJME to the Palace Motel bar for Champagne
J Cocktails. Champagne on tap. G'.i-sw
JilC, lot of Gooseberry numbers of tbe Ga
zette tbat oiiubt to be sent away. Cnll In,
investand help your country. Bvtf
'-pO KNOW that L. D. Bove.t is Heppner's
j leailinpcontraetor nnd builder. Estimates
given on all kinds of work. Ollice at resi
denre, Heppner. Or. 71-sw.
AWflHonmaker. one tbe best locations in
Jlorrow county. Must bave a little capital.
Call on or write Gazette olliee for particulars, sw
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT FOR
the purpose of examining those who may
oiler themselves as candidates for count v certifi
cates, state diplomas or statelifediplomas, there
will be held a public examination at tbe court
hoiiHe iu Heppner, beginning Aug. 10, lMi-j. at 1
o'clock p. m. Anyone winning a siate certillcate
will please apply ut tbat time.
V. L. Salino, Supt.
Dated July 23, 1892. - 611-14
j i minis i(i
ESTABLISHED IN 1877.
Wyamlottes, Plymouth Rocks, Liht
Brnmnhs, Rose aud Single Comb
Brown Leuhomg, Paitriilije
Cochins, IlotiJaus iud Sil
ver Spangled Hiirubarus.
8TKAYKI) Oil STOLKN.
One bay mare, about 15 hands 101),
star in forehead, black mane and tail,
ritfht hind footwuita. Branded I '(open
box) on riitlit ebonlder. Slight orjut
above the hoof o( left front foot. I will
pay 810 reward for her return to me at
Mi'iiumeut. Chas Johnson.
Monumrnt, Or., July 23, '9'.1. 10-17t
1.000 YOUNG FOWLS
Heady for Delivery.
BOOK YOUR ORDERS FOR
NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE.
Land Office at The Dalles, Or., June 30, lffiK.
Comnlaiut haviiie been iMiterprl Ht. tbia nltw
by John 11. Hlckey, of Morrow County, Oregon,
agtimsi r.owara u. i.awiess. tor failure to comply
wilh luw as to Timber Culture Entry No 2774
dated Nov. 1", ls7. upon the $ NW)i and Kii
,t, tj ui ..n; i, ijjou, ftjj r.. in .sorrow (jo., nr.,
with a view to tbe cancellation of said entry
contestant alien! ng tbat said Edward C. Lawless
has failed to break or cause to be broken fivenereB
on said tract within one year after his timber
culture entry of said tract, the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this oftice on the
27th day of Aug., th!l2, at lu o'clock a. m., to re
spond and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged failure. J. W. .Morrow, County Clerk, is
authorized to take testimony in this case, at his
ollice iu Heppner, at 10 a. iu., Aug. 20, 1SS12.
John v. Lewis,
BOWtD OF HK(;K.NTr).-Berjamin8ch.-)fi.'M.
V ll.,..,.,'....-..,,.H,uir lln K. ). MiKIl
,l, tlVl:.l.. vJ F Mi,,.- ft.m. .liinob VoorllB.'H,
H. Holmes, Alfred Lacy, Hon. P. W. 11' ley. iiun. J.J. u.uy.
Normal, NoiialiilratcJ, Business, Music and Art Dpts.
SmciVL Advastaoes in Vooal and Instkujikntal Mdsio.
A Year in School for One Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
TUITION BF.DDCED to B.-:S forN.irmal.indtS.no for Sub Normal per term of ten weeks.
Board at Normal bi, Hal' 1 .50 pe. week. Furnished , , $U pet week. Board and lodg
ing with private families i.H per week. Beuutiml and healthful location. No saloons.
First Term Opens September 20, 1892.
Tfie Leaning Hotel or llie Gfty
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS.
Mrs. Margaret Von (Mow.
T II E
Eastern Clothing House
Branch at Portland, ltaa opened a
BigLine of Ladies and Gents' Famishing Goods,
Also Boots and Shoes, Trunks,
Valises and Fancy Goods,
You will find our Clotliinu Department with
an assortment, inoluiliuK f-'qnare Cut Saoka,
Three and Four Button Frocks, made ot the
best American Weavers, Scotch Woolen Wor
steds, Cheviots, made up to sell in full suits.
Suits reduced to
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps at Factory Prices
Kxnmlne the goods and yon will find all
shades and oolors, whioh wiil give satisfaction
rieforo purchasing, call and examine my stook
D. A. HERREN'S BUILDING, May Street.
KOtlCK OF I.NTENTXOX.
Lund Ollice at La firandc, Or., Julvl, 1S12
Notii-p is hereby given that the billowlng-nam-od
wilier 1ms tiled notlie of lug Intention to
make commuted llnal jjroof in uupnortof his
claim, and that enid proof will be made before
the county clerk of Morrow county, Or., at Hepp
ner, Or., on August Z ls-.t', viz.:
ILXJAM DIXON LOUD
lid No. fsSSfor the.N",, NE'4,Sec 22 and EU.
SH'. Sec 15, Tp 2 S. K E, W M. 1
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Henry Jones, Arthur Smith, Isaac Phipps
Hohert Johnson, all of Ilemmpr. rirn, ten.
Ham W. tjtin, take notice.
Tiie Lancashire Insurance Co.
OB MArVCHBSTKH, ENG1UANU
1 W. PATTERSON, AGENT ?JS t: IriL tHe World
Hour Exchanged for Wheat.
HEPPNER FLOURING MILL COMPANY.
T. W. AYERS, Sr., Manager.
IFowlsAavs do Superior.
I OUARANT' E SATISFACTION" TO
Send for Catalogue.
J. M. GARRISON,
Box 55. iui.3iG. Forest Grove. Or
.NOTICE OF INTENTION,
Land Othce nt The Dalles, Or., June 2S. IS9-'
Notice Is hereby given that the followinir
namcd settler has tiled notice of hprint.n,!nn t
make linal proof in support of her claim, and
that said proof will be made before J. v Mor
row, county clerk of Morrow county, Or. at
nvimei, cu., col UKUXl It 1MIJ VIZ:
M.UIC1E I.OONEY, NEE MAUtilE CONLFE
Hcl. No. 1S77, for the N NW. and KW KE'i
fee. 4, Tp. 1, .1 K. -'t K. V. M. 1
file names the I'ollowinKwitneRscstoproveher
continuous residence upon, aud cultivation of
said land, viz: '
M. M. Belsihley. Edward fluff, c. B. Cochran
and J. W. Kedtord. all of Heppner, Oregon.
Jons NY. Lkwis,
.i0.1-.il I Keijistcr.
MA T HUGHES.
Nsnt DREssMAjiKi(.wJIit8 Lttbft Par
ker, just from the E ist. has opened dress
making parlors over Mrs. W. A- Jolin
stou's, Nvhere abe is prepared to do all
kinds of dreesniakitii! in latest styles
and at reasonable rates. 4-tf
Columbia Beer Hall!
EXT DOOR io M. UMenihal & Co.'s Shoe Store, Main
w;Jn H7 !and " Fine L of Liquors,
l ines, Cigars, Etc. We have
Reduced the Price of the Buchler Beer to
C5 Cents Per Glass,
On dmngbt, fresh and cool. Lunch of all kinds. Hope '
to see all their old friends and many more.
Q5MEKS TTTTrTTra props.
A flye-year-old registered Clydesdale
stalliou for sale, or will exchange for
mare or cattle. For further partionlari '
oall at my place on Willow creek, three I
miles from the mouth, or addreaa me at
Arlington, Oregon. i
9 17 Jame Siimra. t
Change of Ownership
"1V7"E HAVE TAKEN CHARGE OF THE LIBERTY MEAT MARKET.
T which we propose to conduct in the most satisfactory manner. Will keep
ou hands at all times the ohoicest
Meats, Sausage, Bologna, Corn
ed Beef, Etc., Etc.
Shaw & Mccarty,
Footwear ks Footwear ! n
d-SJ TWnly W and hoe Mtnhli.hmt f Hernncr h r-s .
l.iar.niv ht nnn- Mnhj.hmOT f Hronner h
r"Vfromthera.t.irtenf M.instre.. to thir n.
store ,nm, n, ,.nr , H Blm,k.n n t Cn,m
There you will
find the Best and Cheapest
M. LICHTENTHAL & CO.,
"r"et. ITemier Ot-.
Plenty of them at the