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SATURDAY. WE, 1880.
CokiPV f .' J. B. Benson
Burs Be" 8. M. Pennington
i 4. . wutaa
furasaajrurrvas Ludaa Ermrta
BSnr J. t Sparry
Cuu J. B. lomr
Tuwm .0. W. Webb
BnvranrmaM. J. P.. ArOOfQ
.Moln , Dr. J. B. Lindsay
MTo t. j. jmv.
."driftr or Polhb7.'.- 1 -VanWinkle.
lUntamla. C. hTcMorrls, Jna. MilUr
r. A. Worthinfftoa, a R. Beckett, Oeo. Prabstel
KBlMsnal Charrh. Sunday School everr Bundav
at 10), a. ., and Kl-rtcee at 7, r. a., by Rer. J. D,
MetaseUst Ckarck Saath.-Rev. E. P. Wum
. ' paetor ; eervleoe held ia Ux Baptist Church, on (ha
eooiw Sunday of each monui, M u a. a. and 7 r.
JSaatlet Ckarckw Sarriaca oa the Bret Bandar of
uh atoaUi, 11, a. a., aod 7 r. H., by Rev. w. H
rrrsbytertaa Chaeh JUt. Boot. Boyd pastor,
aamoaa every uura eunaay at 11 a. a ana ir
rCasnfevrlaad rresbyterlaa Chareh Services
every Sunday at 11, a. a., and 7, r. a.. Sunday school
at It, a., and eervlcee .very Wedneaday at 7, r. M., in
Daaly'a Hail, on Water street, by Rev . W. Honrlaon.
Beeta aaoond and fourth Saturdays
month, at 7 r. a. at tha Maeonie Ha
J. E. Join, W. II,
at A. H.-WMUI Led re, Xe. W
I. . F. WCMOI LadfcNa. Ml
aieete mry Thursday at 740, r. In
f . . . T. Blae If eaalala Ld(s He. 341.
saeeleevory Saturday at 7,so r. a.
0n weak from to-morrow will be the anni-
yerssxy of tha greatest day, the mighty pir.
otsl period, oi a great, nation s freedom.
Many will participate in the rejoicing of the
day, and cqoscionsly or nnneeionaly) feel
the delight aaa snjoj-inan Of freedom. Now
that slavery, the great blot of meonaisteney,
haa been crushed by the might of an aroused
nation from existence, we stand before the
world radiant ,i the living bloom of true lib
erty. It is becoming that every patriotic cit
ten east retrospective glance at the life of
the nation from its inception to its present
mighty stature. Composed first of distinct
States, animated by the same hopes and wish.
.1 . .... . . .
ee, iney nainrauy songnt an organization as
much as convenient, at variance with the ex
isting tyrannical governments. Finding, by
experience, coupled with wise statesmanship,
that s closer and firmer amalgamation would
be beneficial, the original organization was
modified accordingly. For nearly a hundred
years tus plan excited the unabated admira
tion of a wondering world; its precepts were
wafted like beneficent angels into the strong
hold of imperialism, softening its seventies:
its principals permeated the peasant and the
serf, awakening their minds to a just concep.
tion of the rights of man, created in the Di
vine image; its doctrines: enoouragedcivUi
cation, fanned .into brightness the flame of
universal liberty, and encouraged the spread
of true religion; and its gifts and beauties
beckoned with irresistable power, the suffer
ing thousands of every land to partake of its
many blessings, and realize the hallowed
sweetness of the maxim, "All men were cre
ated free and equal."
With this glorious record to eulogise the
plan, the millions of throats to chant the joy
ous songs of freedom m the capacity of "sov
ereign people," the whole land smiling in the
amplitude of its self-supporting powers, the
very breath of heaven echoing the grand har
mony of glee in approving strains, what more
could an intelligent and happy people desire
then, as men and
of such manifold
Hotel. J.-w. Young has again had the
management of the Weston Hotel during the
Fred Pauly, our enterprising confection-
iftr, has just received another lot of fresh
at human hands ! Let us,
citizen praise the source!
benefits, and watch that the successful medi
ocre and anarchy on the one hand and central
ization on the other, be crushed at their first
approach. 'Eternal vigilance is the price of
HOT. Linen coats are already discarded.
and shirt sleeves are the leading fashion
that is, among the men.
Harness. B. E. Harvey, of Centerville,
is selling good articles in his line, and just as
cheap as ever. Try him.
Catpse, The principal excitement in
fown during the past week has been the pur
chasing and disposing of pomes.
Estbat. When yon want a good photo
- don't go to Jonas the Hardwaie man, but,
to Dr. Jones the artist Sabbe t ,
Service. Rev. A. J. Hunsaker, will hold
services at the Baptist church on the first
Sunday in July, morning and evening.
Beef. The patrons of S. A John will find
bim dealing out delicious steaks and
roasts at King's shop on Water street.
Organ. Mrs. Crawford, the pianist teacher
at Weston and Centerville, is at present jthe
etncient organist of All Saints Church.
Swamp Laads la Orearom.
Secretary Schurs has decided the Oregon
swamp land matters arising in the Oregon
City land office, which were appealed last
November by Gov. Thayer and argued by
Capt. Mullen, State land agent for Oregon.
The Secretary - reverses the decisions of the
several land offices, and holds that the Ore
gon State land grant was one in pretenti,
that there has not been any forfeiture, that
either as to land surveyed prior or subse
quent to March 12, 1860, or whether selected
two years from the adjournment of this Leg
islature or not, and consequently that all
lands in Oregon actually swamped, mnst be
certified to said State. This and the Pen.
nis Crowley decision terminates infavor of the
Stata of Oregon, all disputes between the
United States and said State that have been
pending under the swamp land act of March
12, 1860, for 20 years.
THE OREGON KIDNEY TEA.
Read the faDowimr testimonials, not from !
persons 3,000 miles away, whom no one
knows, but from well-known and trust-wor
thy Oitiaens of Dreeon. whose names, writ-'
sen won tfceir own hands, can be atcn at our !
Pendleton, Oregon, January 12, lfi80.
Having used the OREGON KIDNEY TEA
for one of my sons whose urinary organs were
wjurea oy taxing turpentine, 1 cneenuiiy cer
tify to its beneficial effects,- and recommend
the same to the public.
; LOT LIYERM.ORE,
AgtW. F. & Co.
POHTLAJCD, Oregon, January 32, 18S0.
I hereby certify that I have used the ORE
GON KIDNEY TEA, and been greatly ben
efitted by it. 1 heartily recommend it to the
public CRAIGIE SHARP, Jr.,
Traveling Agent for Wheeler & Wilson M'fg.
Co., 20 Geary SL S. F.
On Saturday last, J. B. Keeney, our Coun
ty Clerk, together with A. Mallory and Jno,
McDonald, two Justices, met as a board of
canvassers, and opened the poll books of
Pendleton according to law. On opening the
poll-books of Pendleton precint, it was dis
covered that they had been tampered with
and 8 votes added to Mr. O. F. Thompson's
vote, and the same uuajwf to Win. Beagle's
vote. The tally sheets were also chanced to
correspond, but the ink, being writing fluid
had not yet turned blacky so the trick was
too transparent. It is not known who did
this dirty trick, but C. E. Jenning, the Dep
uty Clerk, resigned his position and took his
departure with his family for Portland very
suddenly on Monday evening. This should
be investigated 'and the truth known, and
not only the perpetrator, but those who
paid for and caused the deed to be done ex
posed. Pendleton Independent.
wanted. At centerville, a dog that is
not afraid of a badger. One of the latter
strolled along the business street the other
evening, probably to stare in at the shop-win,
dows, when the giddy canine of that town
having a tooth for badger, committod assault
and battery on the lone stranger. Mr.
Badger defended himself, and many an un
earthly howL torn ear or limping tripid was
left in his wake. He oven had the assurance
to turn and chase the enemy back into town.
The spectators, with a commendable spirit of
"fair play," did not try to injure the badger,
saying that if he could fight his way out,
he was entitled to his liberty.
YOU can bay a complete salt of
JietDes ror $1U at S ALU 44 &
yOU can bay a neat Casslmere !
sou ror at saluu s i
YOU can bay a nobby Cassimere
.suit Tor 814 to S16 at BALING
Harness and Saddle Shop,
JCST RECEIVED A LARGS A39QSTKNET OT
Cocord Team Harness
Concnord Hack Harness, D
Ladies, and Men's Saddles
WHIPS, SPURS. Etc.
B. E. HERYEY.
WALLA WALLA BAKERY
YOU can bay a fine Salt of Blue
Bearer, Black Broadcloth or
heavy Cassimare at the lowest
figures In the country at SAL-
YOU can boy a small boy a .fine
suit ror S3 at saliau &
iou can buya no. i suit ror a
small ooy ror at salinu
You can bay an all-wool salt for
boy from tow years old from
S7.50 to $10 at SAILING &
And all kinds of
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street,
JanSStf WALLA WALLA. W. T
't . '"
The undersigned, hiring receirad a full lias of foods
New York and San Francisco.
u!4 aniraunos that they hare lust opened tha lareest
1 most complete stock of
hat h as ever been placed before the ladies of Walla
Walla or vicinity. The latest pattern Hate and Bonnete
In great variety, will be always on exhibition, to which
we invite special attention
BBEKB flroaa a eUataaee solicited and promptly
attended to. Wears prepared to (ire better baarains
in our line in wholsale or retail than haa aver been
offered before. Also lues Cutting- and Flttinf.DoJmana,
Cloaks, Ac., Ac
We are also ag tats for Dr. Warrea's Health
DAtiponb a c:o.
PlilllliG AilD FEED KILL!
SASH & 1)0011
OpjT. New Flouring UMI, wests
WDiDOW FRAUCSs '
MOULDING, '. .,.
IBustic or Beveled, turauSMd or workad.
-Ctf 1 1 1. 3 SsV
Kept 6a Hand, Sold Cheap, tor Cask)
H, PWSIUBCRY k CO.'S
STILL CONTINUES oa a CASH BASIS, sad w kaare
luat received unusually large lav i lis -at Dry flaads
uOTour. uiBw romianina' aaaanak. aasssk.
GroceriM and Praviaiona, iriika, oaas
at the LOWEST pussibl Mia IW U
Baeon, Lara, sc., takaa la saitajiai Sk s J
Beamber tbs place: opuostu Pqtllmm
BCHXEBLET at TB0HTBS), UTAD, IDAHO at NORTHERN
YOU can buy a pair of blankets
for $4 at saling Reese's,
D. C. Lounsbury, Stage Company.
Baptist Association passed off harmoni
ously, presided over by A. J. Hnnsaker mis
sionary at large for Or., W. T. and Idaho.
KKFITTINO. Jones and Sturgis are now
Having tneir nonse rejuvenated. It is a
terrible puzzle which of them Probably
Books. The scholars of All Sainta' S.
are happy in the possession of new tane
books, kindly presented to them by the La
A Good Thino. German Syrup is the
special prescription of Dr. A. Boschee, a
celebrated German Phyician.and is acknowl
edged to be one of the most fortunate dis
coveries in Medicine. It quickly caret
coughs, eolds and all .lung troubles of the
severest nature, removing, as it does, the
affection and leaving the parts in a strong
and healthy condition. It is not an experi
mental medicine, but has stood the test of
years, giving satisfaction in every eaee.whihc
its rapidly increasing sale every season con
firms. Two million bottles j sold annually.
Beware medicines of similar names. Lately
introduced. Boschee's German Syrup was
introduced .in the United States in 1868, and
is now sold in every town and village in the
civilised world. Three doses will relieve
any ordinary congh Pries 75 cents. Sample
Dottle, 10 cents. '
Rbntid. Mr. J. 8. Harris has rented his
farm on Wild Horse to Mr. Ashpaugh, of
Walla Walla valley. He gets $700 for six
Closed. The Weston Academy is now
closed for two months. It has had a very
satisfactory term, and when ro-epened Sept.
1st, will doubtless continue as successful as
before. It is hoped and expected that the
same teachers will continue on.
Important. When you visit Walla Wall
be sure and call at the San Francisco Restau
rant on the north side of Main street. Messrs.
Brush & Cranston, the proprietors, spread the
best table in the city. Don't fail to give them
a trial Everything about the place is neat,
clean and attractive.
Marble Works. D. J. Coleman, Walla
Walla, is proprietor of the Marble Works, and
prepared to furnish Head Stones,Monumenta
and everything else in his line, at reasonable
rates. B. F. Mansfield is agent for Center
ville and Weston, and is authorized to take
orders and give receipts.
The Best Wat to KTill Squirrel. Pro
ride yourself with a package of Holme' Squir
Ttl Pouon and have all the boys and girls go
after em. It will clean them out sure. Put
up in large packages and is the cheapest and
beet in the market. Made and for sale by H.
E. Holmes, Druggist, Walla Walla, or to be
had 11 om your nearest Druggist,
. w. u. jameson. Watch-maker and jew
ler, corner Main and 3d St. Walla Walla
solicits your' patronage Having 17 years
practical experience and keeping competent
workmen is his employ, is prepared to do
" iajjaug, jeweiry worn, sea cut
ting etc, ptoyrrptly and at reasonable prices.
WaUhee, Clocks Spectacles always in stock
and sold cheaper than any other store in
w e are glad to be able to announce, says
the Albany Democrat, that the twine mill in
this city is soon to be started up, this time
by the owners ten of our most prominent
business men. The company Selected Thos.
Monteith, John A. Crawford and R. Bait-
marsh to manage the business, and they
haye already telegraphed to the East for a
manager. As soon as he arrives the mill will
start, and it will have enough raw material
to run on far almost a year i This manufact
ure of twin is one of the most important in
dustries of our State, and we hope to see it
We are constantly in receipt of complaints
from our subscribers who ought to receive
their papers at Pendleton and Walla Walla,
that there is the utmost irregularity in their
delivery. There is no good reason why this
should be so. The papers for those places are
mailed regularly every Saturday, morning in
good time. ' The packages are carefully put
up so that when any one subscriber gets his pa
per, the others ought to get theirs. Persons do
not generally care for papers that are kept
three or four days or a week. If this continues
wa will be obliged to investigate, :
Poisoning. We are in receipt of intelli
gence that Mr. Sam Derrick committed sui
cide last Thursday by taking two ounces of
laudanum." Dr. Sharpe was called, but arrived
too late to render any assistance. Mr. Der
rick had been complaining for a long time,
his health being very poor, and his suffering
intense. He had become discouraged as to
his recovery, and in a fit of despondency
terminated his earthly misery as above stated.
Called. During the week we have re.
ceived several pleasant calls from Ed. Sharon,
of the Pendleton Independent.' Of course
Ed. was here looking after the interests of
his paper perhaps looking up subscriptions,
or seeking a compositor or a partner. Any
way, he was here in the interest of the Inde
pendentnt. Crops. The past few days have been very
warm, and fears are entertained that grain
whieh was very tender, will suEer in conse
quence. We hope, however, that this view
of the matter is unfounded, and that the
harvest will amply repay the fanner for nis
labor, and have something left.
Improvements. The march of improve
ments still continues. Houses are being built;
sidewalks repaired and extended: business
houses are increasing in number and import
ance, and an air of permanent prosperity prevails.
YOU can buy a large white bed
blanket ror $s at saiing x
Leaves Pendleton for Umatilla every Tusa
aay, xnursaay ana baturaay at B r, M.
Leaves Weston daily for The DsUos, via
ruot kock ana aeppner, at ju A. M.
Leaves Weston daily for Walla Walla, vis.
Butm, at v; 9A. m
Large boys and small men can
boy Jlot&Jng at very lowest
prices from Saling & Reese.
DIlXIilNER Y ! !
NO extra ehargeor Hoarse!'
New Coachaa, Oood Stock, Skilled Drivers and able per
. lormance of aerviee are the feasane of this aid
ana rename oeatpaar.
8 AILS BURT, BAILKT k 00.,
HE LADIES OF WESTON AND VICINITY
are resDectfullT informed that the Under
signed have opened and now offer for sale a Complete
Bjock of First-Class
The Latest Styles of Hats and Boni
nets always on hand in Greats Va
riety. FEATHERS, FLOWERS
and every kind of TRIM
MING to suit the most
MAIS 8TKEET ........ WESTON.
. Next door tat Hardware Store.)'
MILLER Al SCUNEBLET.
H. Mi PORTER t Co ,
Hardware. Stoves and
Mala St., Walla Walla, W. T.
Tinware WESTON and CENTERVILLE.
IwUI dMtyer gsoaU to sael firs aay
VTUX carrr rretskt toa to
S. Bf. Irons t Co. are bow prepared to furnish
the Quality of Lima, at
S3.50 pqr Barrel!
J. E. J0NES,Ag't, Weston.
41. SL Irvine, M. D.
IODIDE OF POTASS.
The Best Spring Medicine and Beauti-
fler of the Complexion in use, Cures
Pimples, Boils, Blotches, Neuralgia,
Scrofula, Gout, Rheumatic and Mercuri
al pains, and all Diseases arising from an
impure state of the Blood or Liver.
"Sold by McColTi Miller.
Little Joker. Why do the ladies call it
the Little Joker t Cos, when they wash with
it, the work is so easy, it makes them larf
and larf and larf. You should try one.
Strawberries, Mr. Crow, of Milton,
left at onr office a fine lot of strawberries
last Tuesday. The boys pronounced them
excellent yum, yum. !
Arrived. Fly paper, insect powder, gen
uine fruit wax, axle grease, and a great varie
ty of medicines and notions at the City Drug
Store. Everything at bedrock prices.
Teacher a Exaaalaatlea.
There will be a public examination of ap
plicants for teachers' certificates held in the
court-house in Pendleton, on Monday, Jane
28, 1880, beginng at 9 o'clock A. M., sharp.
J. C. Arnold,
-w School Superintendent.
1 1 S .s.
Patent medicines will not be sold for the
prices marked on them, excepting for cash
down. An extra charge will invariably be
made when sold on time. ;
CooeA Irvine, i
M'Cpll & Miller-
EXODUS. There seems to be a general up
rising and outgoing of the people of Weston,
It is so exfensive as to look serious. We
hope the Radicals are not ae the bottom of
this move with some dark political import.
Finish. -Xcoolujk Irvine, the genial, jovial
flourishers'of the pestle at Centerville, have
enlarged their drug store, and i everything
now looks neat, clean and commodious.
Bath-House. Why does not some enter
prising individual start- a bath-house in
town t It certainly ought to pay; and where
thfre ia as much dust as we have now, it is
Temperance songs should have as few bars
as possible, and should not be marked eon
TTTJOKS ft LAMBERTS 'AXLE
XX Grease at the City Drug Store,
weapon, cneaper wan ever.
All kinds of
Lubricating Oils, Castor.
Lard and Polar Oils at
. BEDROCK PRICES.
BLUE MOUJnPAIIf 8TATOK.
All orders left with Salinr A Rises. 1. EJJoaea o
F. M. Pauly at Weston, er Oook A Inlae, Oeftle rri&S
win reeeive my prompt attention.!, ...
Freight Bills to be iftvariblv paid ia
G. J. MAttHEWITS,
Watches'! Clocks, and Jewalrv Ma?rmf";a
first-class style t reasonable rates,.
ALL WORK XfAXKAWnm, -
IMMEDIATE AND PERMANENT
CURE for COUGHS, COLDS, AsTH-
MA, BRONCHITIS, CROUP, INFLUENZA,
CATARRH, Loss of VOICE, Incipient
Consumption, and all Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. Ask for the Cali
fornia Pulmonary Balsam, and take no
tntM by all Diwcaiats.
"The Church and Home."
A BeUgioos Journal Devoted to
Issued Monthly at Weston.
Every Family Ought to Take
ATTerms, $1-00 PerYear.fja
bet, E. w. Moras Editor,
aal, published every Saturday, at S22 California st a T
FRANK X. PHUT, )
FRED. K. SOMEB8,
Contains a Ml stock of Pars j
DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES,
AND TOILET ARTICLES
PAINTS, SWEET 4 LUBRICATING OILS,
Clocks. Watches and Jewelry.
BOOKS and STATI0NARY1
Todd's Gold Pens.
rine vigors, auioiooaccos, j
Choice Wines and Liquors.
For Medicinal purposes only, j
Prescript! mu aad eeelfws Coasaousleal
with Care aa4 aHsvatch. ,
GIVE USA CALL.
' ; i-
XTTE are sole seents for CIark's"0. N. T
YY P! Cq9a. tne best ia las world.
SALIIIG & REESE,
COB. MAW and FRANKLIff Sf,
- TO THE.
Stoves & Hardware.
'r "jjT T TWm3s --
Uta St. WauuTSTuu,-. '
TAXITlirKU nCUAE, ssnliSsss.
rreaki Meats of aO khvb
Wo keep i
OIVZ ITS A CULLL. :
WW 4 sJTAnLD,
Splendid Taraoats sad aaeo Tt nil
aeties. Pieatvof aar sad naU iarSM a
Chatnsso salt iae tisaas.
saahlafot a etrkvad
Mfsaaelfttara 4 so left sssaliW.- Qaa
i en Kecta jirasssr Sarss we'll, asa.
adder;- Sara e tjost
The AsoosTAtrr is eeaantiaily a California publication
bright, breezy of the Pacific sad the madram of the
rood things of current lit. rata re. Beat, post paid, to
any snores , upon receipt oi a.w veanj su,DscnpBoa.
Also, COOLEyS PATENT POB
and ELECTRIC HEALTH COBSET
in white and colored.
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