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ner. Patronize those who patronize
From the trend of the press dispatches,
the Gazette thinks Ihnt the Harrison
rooster in in just such a pgliht as our
nickle plated, aluminum photograph de
piots. The will of the majority must be
rospeoted, even if it does hurt.
The oountry has gone overwhelmingly
democratic. Cleveland has been ohos-
en by a majority nf electoral votes nol
exceeded by any president since the eleo-
tion of Grant in 1872. J bis is somewhat
of a surprise, yet it should not be, if ev
erything is considered.
Two years ago the democrats swept
everything, on the presumption that the
republican MoKinley bill was detriment
al to the people at large, and though
more prosperous times than the present
bave not been experienced since the war
the people bare been further hoodwinked
into b move which means a tearing down
of that whioh has brought to them such
unprecedented prosperity. The air has
been full of misrepresentations, and the
republicans bave not been active in re
futing falsehood when they should bave
known that it wi.s strictly Deoessary.
And too, the people's party, which has
acted in conjunction with the democrat
in many plaoes, and almost everywhere
gave substantial aid directly or indirect
ly, was made up principally from the re
publican party, particularly where the
latter was the stronger. These two fact
ors, together with the votes of thousauds
and thousands of ignorant Italians in
the large cities, gave Cleveland and Ste
venson the oountry.
We CBunot at this juncture refrain from
looking backward a deoade and a half,
not, however, to wave the "bloody shirt,"
but for a mere brief recapitulation ol
ohronological events. At this period the
oountry was in the midst of the "lateun
pleasantness." It was rent from Btem to
stern by a great civil war. This our peo
pie are forgetting, we fear, too soon. Wt
bave great respect fur Cleveland, whom,
a republican must admit, is far in
advance of his party; but we oaunot
have much admiration for Adlai Steven
on, who is ao old oopperhead of the
rankest type, a "general" of the Kuightc
of the Gulden Circle in the dark days ol
our nation. That class of meu did nol
bave admirers in the "Sunny South" any
more than a refugee bad in the North,
and surely today is not worthy of the
support of an Union soldier. Hut be got
there, nevertheless, whioh shows thai
the Amoricau people are lacking in grat
itude, more than of all things.
No one, however, will expeot any great
and radical ohanges in the near future,
though Cleveland and Stoveuson have
been elected on a platform that should
call for considerable modification of ex
isting tariff laws and the state banking
Bjeti'in. However, there will b sulfi
cieut opportunity for such changes. The
demooratio party will have control of
congress in both branches in a short
time, haviug gained suilioieiitly in this
eltotiou to give them the senate. This
will leave no excuse on their part for not
enacting laws to agree with their plat
form of 1892. We are glad that snob
will be the onBe, for it will give these
United Suites, if the democrats do their
duty, an opportunity to learn from ex
perience which policy is for our better
ment. As it is, there seems to be grave
doubts existing in the miuds of the once
faithful. The country demands it, it
I ould come, and without prejudice, may
it be for our better. If the general pros
peiity of the present is awakeoed into
an universal boom, or even a decided
improvement, we shall acknowledge our
OREGON ALL RIGHT.
It is, perhaps, a little consolation to
know that Oregon is all right. Though
the management of the democracy sac
rificed priuoiple and their organisation
in this state last Tuesday in an effort to
flarry Oregon or Weaver, it resulted in
complete failure. This was occasioned
by Ihe flat refund of the best p.irt of Or
egon's democracy to support him. All
honor to them for it. Had ttiey done so,
and by it thrown the election into the
house, selecting Cleveland, they would
not hav i enjoyed the oouiiuest as they
are the victory whioh they won, fairly
aud squarely, by facing their enemy, and
not by Hunk movements or "Injun" am
bushing. We say they feel better, and
such victories are more apt to he lasting.
Those won by knavery, where the will of
the people is unwillingly overthrown, do
Dot stand long among a free people.
The majority in Oregon will be fully
as large as that given Inst June, if uot
larger, which shows that Oregon is still
in favor of protection. lu Extern Ore
gon, as It was four years nuo, many dem
ocrats have supported Harrison, Ore
gon dors not believe iu tho Cleveland
theory, but if it iB foroed on it by the
majority, will stand it like the loyal slut
that it is.
Morrow county has gone republican
by quite a majority, but the tabulated re
turns will not appear till Tuesday's
Tub democratic fusion iu this state
didn't work, but tbe combination evi
deutly went all right iu other Western
states. However, Weaverites will get
very little consolation out of it as it is
all iu fayorof the deinociais, the people's
party men haviug been used as the cat's
paw to rake the cheatuute out of tbe hot
embers. But anything that is mucosa
full is to be commended, from their
standpoint that tbe end justifies the
The democratic contemporary orows
itself hoarse tbis week over tbe result
of tbe election. Go it, its your turn, but
ws would like the loan of your rooster
Many, many thanks to the friends of
the Baptist pnstor and bis family, for tbe
kindness shown to them on last evening.
Our hearts were made glad by the com
ing of about forty persons to our new
home in Heppner, Oregon, for the pur
pose of giving us a hearty welcome among
them. They soent about two hours with
us, eating, singing and having a good
lime. When tbey departed they left
with us many valuable presents. Also a
number of presents were sent by persons
that could not come themselves. To say
that we are truly thankful for the good
time we bad, and the many presents re
ceived, would but faintly express our
wisb. M. Bramblet,
HIS BELOVED WIFE AND DEAR CHILDREN.
This amount will bo paid for the re
covery of a chestnut Borrel mare, branded
a diamond L on light bip and I S on left
shoulder; has a wire out on one front
foot; is seven years old, weighs 900 to
1000 pounds, star in forehead, white
strip in tbe face. Tbe above reward will
be paid for her delivery to me at Alex.
641-tf. Heppner, Or.
The Firemen's Ball. The firemen's
ball last Tuesday evening was largely
attended, and a most enjoyable affair in
every particular. Unas. Elder, F, J.
tlallock and Walt. Richardson furnished
the music. It w ill net about $100 for
the II. H. & L. Co., which will go quite
a ways towards buying much needed
uniforms and paraphernalia. The suc
oess of the ball was due to the dilligence
of the president, Geo. Conser, who was
ably assisted by the members of the com
pany. Cellah Bobbed. - On Wednesday
night someone entered the oellar of E
Minor, taking about two dozen cans of
fruit. We are informed that nothing
else is missing. Filtering is getting to
be too common in Heppner. Heppner
should have a regular night polioeuiau,
for it is too much to uak of the marshal
to work night and day. There is need ol
this ohauge, and the sooner that it is
done the better.
Teachkhs' Examination. Supt. Saling
is conducting an examination for teach
era' license over at the oomt house.
The following are present: Chas. Hod
son, J. 1). Brown, J. E. Tibbetts, Fred
Baleiger, Addie Coulee, Ada Bedford,
Anna Kinsman, Mrs. K. H. Whitson and
Mrs. Maggie Clark.
Donation Pahtv About forty friends
of liev. M. Bramblet and family, dropped
iu on them last evening with donations
They nmouuted to quite a considerable
pile, which gladdened ye preacher's
heart muchly. A pleasant evening was
spent, the young folks being quito well
The World Eiiliille d.
The futilities of the present day for the
production of everything that will con
duce to the material welfare and oom
fort of mankind fire almost unlimited,
airi when Myrnp of Figs was first pro.
duced the world was enriched with the
only perfect laxative known, as it is tbe
only remedy which is truly pleasing and
refreshing to the taste and prompt and
nectual o cleanse the system gently in
the spring time or, iu fact, al any time
and the better it is knriwn the more
popular it becomes. 630 -543 law.
Vile and Uuwurtiiy
Of consideration are nostrums of which
it iH asserted and there are many such
that they oure immediately bodily
ailments of long standing. There are
none such that oau. Chronic disorders
caunot be instantaneously removed.
Continuity iu the use of a genuine med
icine, anoli as LloBtetter's Utouiarh Bit
ters, w ill eradicate olironio physical evils.
Not the least of these last iu tbe force
of ila opposition to medicine is cousti
patmn, to the removal of which, if per
sisted in, the Bittera is particularly ad
apted. Constriction of the bowels is a
complaint which should be dealt with
early and systematically. So are its
usual attendants, liver complaint and
dyspepsia. For these, for malaria, rheu
matism, kidney trouble, nud more
recently "la grippe," tbis highly
and professionally commended medicine
is an undoubted BpeciUc. Nothing cau
exceed i, m ireover, as a means of im
parting strength to the feeble and nerv
ous. DKUNKENNKSS. or the UU.I!OR HABIT,
Cured at Home In Ten lu ty AiIiiiIiun
tei'lua; Dr. HulutV llolufa needle.
It cau be giveu in a glass of beer, a cup
of ootTee or tea, or in food, without the
knowledge of the patient. It is alwolute
ly Harmless, and will effect a permanent
and epeedy cure, whether the patient is
a moderate diiukeror aualcohoho wreck,
ft bus been given iu thoiiHands of cases,
and iu every instance a perfect cure bos
followed. It never fails. The system
once impregnated with the specific, it
becomes nu utter impossibility for the
liquor anpetite to exist. Cures guarau
teed. 48 page book of particulars free.
Address the Ooi.dkn Mr-numo Co., 186
liace Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
The new way to market celery is in
iquare boxes or crates with water tight
bottoms. The plants are ditg, stripped,
washed and the roots left on. They are
then packed in the crates with enough
water poured in to cover Mm
i san in this way be kept perfectly crisp
sua iresn tor lUMny days and shipped
long distances. The crates are made to
bold from two to six doien heads, open
It the top or covered with strong slats
for shipping. It is a gret advance iu
marketing this choice vegetablo. And
why could not our grand cauliflower be
ihipped East in the same way ? All
would have to do would be to raise them
with shorter stems.
The Thomas-Houston snd F.dison E1h
brio companies have combined. The
sapital stock is 150,000,000.
The Vermont maple Bugar crop is s
failure this year.
Ihe Democracy Sweep The
Country From Post to 1'illar.
THE POPULISTS CARRY SOME STATES.
Of Coarie Tory Were Aided by Tbe Democrat-A
Democratic f-ennie .uw Assured.
As mentioned in last issue, the election
at Heppner was quiet aud orderly. Not
an intoxicated man was seen during tbe
Very early iu the evening dispatches
began to arrive from the East. First
they were encouraging to the demooracy,
then the republicans were given a bit of
solace which proved their last. Tbe next
aud succeeding dispstohes confirmed
Cleveland's election, and by 10 o'clock
there was no guessing to be done.
The latest returns are as follows:
The republicans claim to have carried
all four electors in Oregon by a large ma
jority. Tbe democrats and populists
claim Pierce's election, but the latest re
ports show that he, too, is beaten. Fusion
has proven a failure in Oregon.
This state baa given ber eleotora vote
to Harrison, buttbestateisclose between
McGraw and Suively, with chances fa
voring the former. Seattle gave McGraw
an enormous majority, while Taooma
went strong for Snively. This, of course,
was counted on before eleotion.
The latest from California plaoes it iu
tbe doubtfut list, with the probability,
however, that it has gone democratic.
The legislature, on joint ballot, will be
Enough has been reoeived from Idaho
to justify the claim of the fuuioniots that
it has gone 2,000 for Weaver.
The democrats have also carried tbe
"Solid South," Connecticut, Illinois,
Indiaua, New Jersey, New York, Wis
consin and perhaps Ohio. They bave
also carried part of the eleotora of Michi
gan 7 at least.
Tne republicans, in addition to what
have been oouceded to them,have carried
Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, 8 electors
in Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New
Hampshire, North and South Dakota,
Pennsylvania, Ilbode Islund, Vermont
Colorado, Kausae, Nebraska and Ne
vada are for Weaver. The democrats
had withdrawn their candidates for eleot
ora in these states, with tbe exception of
Nevada whioh won a straight-out victory
It is more than likely that the fusion
i.its will elect four of their electors in
Minnesota, which will reduce the num
ber of republican electors.
It is a sure thing that in less than two
years the democrats will bave the senate,
which will give them full contrul of the
nation, the first time for thirty years. A
number of hitherto republican states will
elect democratic senators lo succeed the
present incumber) Is.
How's This 1
We (ilfer one hundred dollars reward
for any cane of catarrh cure.
l'. J.OUJSNKI & (Jo. Frops., Toledn.O.
We the undersigned have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, aud believe
lum perfectly nouorable in all uuHiuess
transactions and tiuauoiallv able tocarry
out any obligations made by their firm.
VVK8T& Ibuax, Wholesale Dmiriiists.
Tolodo, O. Waldinq, Kinnan & Mauvin,
WtioleBale Uruggism, Toledo, O
Hull a (JaiarrhOure is taken internally
acting direotly upon the blood nud mu
cous surfaoes of the system. Testimon
ials aent free. Price 76o, per bottle
Sold by all druggists.
NOTICE TO G. A. It.
Notice is hereby giveu to all members
of Rawlins Post No. 31. O. A. li., aud
those intending to become members, that
there will be a meeting of this post at
Heppner on Nov. 26, 1892. All invited,
particularly those who are soldiers but
not members of any post.
By order of
Oeo. W. Smith,
C. C. Boon, Commander.
G. A. K. NOTICE.
The members of liwlins Post No. 31,
Q. A. B. are requested to be in attend
ance at the u eetiug of the Fost on the
last Saturday iu December, Deoember
31, at Lexington, at which time the eleo
tion of offioera for the ensuing year oo
ours. Please bear this iu mind, and
make your arrangements to be with us.
40-lf Q. W. Smith, Com.
There's Nothing Cheap A boot It.
Dr. Drummoud's Lightning Remedy
for Hheiiniatmin is put up iu lurve hot
ties, and the prioe is five dollars a bottle.
It cures every time. All tbe cheap rem
edies put together are uot worth one
bottle of Dr. Drummoud's Lighluing
Ueiuedy, and any sufferer will bear wit
ness to that fact, aud any druggist who
has sold it is ready aud williug to offer
evidence. It will go diiect to the seat of
pain and relieve at once, Stfut to auy
address prepaid ou receipt of price.
Drnmnioud Medioiue Co., 48 50 Maiden
Lane, New York. Agents wanted. 40
UST UK LETT KR8
nVKKTlSKD AT HEITNEU POSTOKRCE
1 V Nov. 7, 1NU:
AHnor B F Alexander Barney
Heeeh Mrs Luey Htstlv Miss Alma 1
Hackle; loin J Beard Robert
Beech Kclwiu CHrmiehrtel Mr Etttu
l)e Inn I honiHB K ena 1' E
.lumen Frank Lonn Olio
Miller Hviwarcl linu'lia Jitphl
Waterman Ernest 'i
TMetiBe say "Advertised" when calling for these
letters. A. Malloky, P. M.
Accidents Make Cripples.
So does rheumatism, and after a time
it kills too! Dr, lrnmmoud's Lightning
Remedy relieves the pain at once, and is
warrant d to ours. Oue bottle, price Bve
dollars, is enough for any ordiuary case
If vou OHiinot get it from your druggist,
write to the llromniuiid Medioiue Co.,
38 50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents
rn T I
Are you all run down? Scotfs Emul
sion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil
and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda
will build you up and put flesh on you
and give you a good appetite.
Bcott's Emulsion enrcs Coughs,
Colds, Consumption, Scrofula and
all Anaemic and Westing Diseases.
Prevents waiting in children. Al
most s palatable as milk. Get only
the genuine. Prepared by Bcott 4
Bowne, Chemists, New York. Sold by
You will catch
At the Mallory Corner.
Buy your Groceries and . .
. . . Read their new ad. soon,
H. A. Thompson A. E. Blnn"
THOMPSON & BINNS,
flic Heppner Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Below Coffin & McFarland's, Main Street.
Good Conveyance for Traveling Men.
Teams to hay per day, 75 ots. Hay and grain per day. $1 25. Meals 25 cts. a
at O. O. Sargeaut's, Dext door to Feed Stable, (irain and
baled bay always on band.
FREE CAMP HOUSE FOR TEAMSTERS.
By traveling fakirs. C. 0. Wildev & Co , of
Walla Wal 1b, Wash., are the largest import
ers direct from the Eastern factories in the
Inland Empire of
We can save yon from $25 to $100. We ship subject to approval to any responsible
parties. We baudle the very best makes of instruments, and warrant tbem for
five years, and guarantee lower prices than any house on this coast for same
quality. We buy direct from Ohickering & Sons, Weymnn A Co., Oonover
Bros & Co., Smith & Barnes, pianos. Packard, Story & Clark and Chioago Cot
tage Organs. Sell Organs from $100 to ?300 j Pianos from $300 to 8700. Write
us for catalogue and prices. It will pay you. O. O. Wildey & Oo.
G35w Walla Walla, Wash
J. W. DAWSON.
Attorneys -:-and -:- Counselors -:- at -:- Law.
Promt attention given to all Collections ami Notarial Work entrusted to them.
Oflioe in Matlock block. West side Main street.
HEPPNER, , 534 w - OREDON
The Stndebaker wagon heads tbem all.
For sale at Oilliam & Bisbee's. a
Look out for Fell Bro.'s sale of rem
nants bargains in everything, a
Kohl, the baker. Buy your bread aud
cakes aud save money. Try it. a.
Why go hungry when the City hotel
furnishes you a good meal at living
"Hardware" did you say? Why, yea
at P. C. Thompson & Co.'s stand, and the
place for bargains. a
Call on Rip to do your wood sawing;
same old price. Also delivers wood to
auy part of rleppuer. See ad. a
M. Lichtenthal Sc Co. have just re
ceived a hue lot of ladies' kid, button
aod tie shoes. At bottom prices. a
For cash you oau get more at the East
ern Clothing bouse, with Levi on deok,
than auy other place in Heppner. a
The Pnlaoe is tbe leading hotel in the
city. Well furnished rooms with plenty
ot light are provided tor evervoue. a
Smith, the furniture man, is prepared
to sell fine goods at low figures. Full
line of undertaking goods on hands, a
Gilliam & Bis bee, the hardware and
tinware merohauts, carry everything ap
pertaining to their lines, even agricul
tural implements. Don't you need a
plow this tall? a
Don't overlook T. W. Avers, Jr., tbe
leading druggist. Choicest perfumes
purest drugs and the finest toilet articles
always ou hand, a
The Buchler beer, 5 cents per glass, at
the Columbia Beer Hall, Camera &
Uughes, inops., next door to M. Lich
tent hul & Co.'s shoe store. a
The M. L. & T. Co., since tbey bave
roofed all their platforms, have an im
mense storage capacity. This company
now deals iu grain, lumber and wood, a
Since Shaw & McCarty purchased the
meat market they bave always endeavor
ed to keep on hand tbe freshest aud
choicest nienti, sausages aud bolognas, a
What will perseverance, pluok and en
terpris 1 avail in this wild west, if you
oanuot get big bargains? However, be
fore giviug up entirely, visit Minor Bros.'
Thompson A Binnsown the buss which
goes to aud from the City hotel, but will
oall for parties desiring to go to train in
any part of the oily. Leave orders at
City hotel. a
Dr Grant's Clnalo, the great dyspepsia
Oonqnerer, will positively cure dyspepsia
and all its kindred ailments. Every bot
tle sold under a positive guarantee to
effect a cure or money refunded. See ad.
in this issue. a
Don't overlook Kirk A Rasmus for
bargains. They have purchased the bus
iness of J. W. Matlock A Co. but will
soon remove to the Mallory corner, oppo
site the Palace hotel. a
The general merchandise establish
ment formerly owned by Offiii A Mi par-
land, has lately changed bauds, now be
ing nuder the oontml and management
of The MuFarlaud Mercantile Cnmpanv.
which continues business at tbe old stand
with a larger stock than ever. a 1
T. R. LYONS
An Apprehensive Subject
Means of a Prehensile Tail.
The Monkey is Not Afraid be
cause his Tail is a Good One.
We are Not Afraid because our
Tale is a Good One.
It is No Tale of Woe !
WE TELL OF
Fair treatment ; satisfaction to custom
ers, and ot reasonable prices aud
good money value.
It is a Tailless Tale.
A tale without pnd, bec inse it is a tale
that will h"ld. A pleasure to show
goods. Speoial inducements to
eash buyers. Call al
HARNES8-SHOP, itork and fixture. Good
business; established In the midst ot a
Rood farming and stock-raislnj; eountry
Alfo for HHtC a rvhhI house and two lot with or
without the buBiueii imuvrtv. For further lu.
orntation addresa GHiette. Heppner. Or. 43 tf
Uipans Tabules cure nausea.
' Guarantml to rum Dillous Attacksud
Coosupauoo, Small Bile Buau.
PEOPLE OF HEPPNER
And Surrounding Country,
-: We are compelled to announce that our entire stock of
Clothing, lurnisliing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, 15-
Trunks, Valises, and also a full line of Ladies' Goods, suoh as Dress Goods, Furn
ishings, Fancy Goods aud Notious of all kinds
MUST BE SOLD
3o.-3r-Within the Next 30 Days. 30.
At prices never heard of before in the history of merchandising. Thanking you for
past patronage, we would like to eee you oome and
-- Get the Benefit of Our
Glosiig : Out ! Sle !
THE EASTERN CLOTHING HOUSE,
N- LEVI ROBISON. Proprietor,
HEPPNER, - . OKEGOM
DnnTTnnii AH liniinn ill n 11
DIP YOUR SHEEP EVERY FALL AND
HAVE MORE WOOL AND BETTER WOOL
SSee Indorsements I
Cooper Dip i used and endorsed by the following Oregon and Montana theepmen: W. B.
Donaldson, Dayville; W. S. Lee, Junction Ulty; John Hitrrlaon, Matney; Oeo. Oens, Amanda;
Kenneth McKup, Dayville; Joe Oliver, John Dav; J. W. Byers, New I.iBbon; P. J. Moule, Bercsil;
Cook & Clark, Phllbrook; Falrehlld & McCrals, Dnpuver; F. R. Warren, Utlca; Biuch Broi.,
Lewlston; E. P. Chandler, Maiden; J. Hirachberg, Cliot'eau; D. S. Hastings, Ubet; James Edie.
Dillon; W. Norton, Stewart; A. Downie, Big Sandj-.
The Cheapest and Best Dip
Ask Your Merchant for
KOHLAND BUOS. Portland, Oreenn,
Gen. Agts. lor Oregon, Washington aud Western
MS iOIi; TOO GOOZK
"When it costs no more than the ordinary Stove
RANGES, COOK STOVES,
At Eeasonable Prices. 'Way up in quality. I carry a oomplete assortment of
Tinware, Nails, Agricultural Implements,
Plumbing Materials, Etc.
I BBk for a share of the business, for which I shall endeavor to give fall value.
Odd Fellows' building, Main St.,
Columbia Beer Hall!
"Vr EXT DOOR to Heppner Candy Factory oil Main
et- KeeP 0,1 hand Fine Line of Liquors
n ines, Cigars, Etc. We have
Reduced the Price of the Buchler Beer to
5 Cents Per Glass,
On draught, fresh and cool. Luuch of all kinds. Hope
to eee all their old friends and maDy more.
OSMERS & HUGHES. Props.
HIP HAS GOT AROUND
At last, and has opened up a Wood Yard, from which he will deliver wood
sawed or uusawed. '
Wood Sawed at Your
" ,w,u" ' I i u",
-v.,.,.t.. . ,,.w,,rironi, i ara near the depot.
Leave orders at dloan & Howa-d's
RIP VAN WINKLE. Proprietor.
JHE QITY HOTEL.
w J- I.EKZKK, Prop,
mHIS HOSTELRY has been Refitted and Repcnishkd thronghonl, tod now
is one of ,he moat iDTi,ine P1"" " Heppner. Mr. Leewr invite, yoa to stop
with him, feeling that he is able to entertain yon in the bt of style
First Class House. Reasonable Rates.
ever made. Soli Everywhere
Coopers and Take w Other.
Props. We COOPER 4 NEPHEWS.
Residence, 75 cts
rnree times. Wood sawed and