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J. B. Keeney
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,.L L. VaaWinkle.
Biafcealn C. MeMerrle,
I fcauh..-Saaday School ersry luwlir
tlM, .k. aadnrricopmt T, r. n.,bjrKoT. J. I.
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Ittart teajtav Rev.
E, F. Vima
assess uee ol each atonic, as U A. a. and I . ju
aplssl Oaliili, Ssirlins oa the are Sunday o(
eaeh aeeath, III, a. -,and 7 f. ., IUt. w. H.
ra rtoartarta Cfeerek Serrlees
.et.ry auiar M 11; A. E, Hd 7, r. a., .Sunday School
I 1. a, and Mrriec ovary Wednesday at 7, t. a., in
ftttaW't HaU, oa Wator Krott, Ir; Bav W. MorriMM.
J. A A. M Waataa Mn. Ma. Ml
aaeete second and loortli Saturdays of each
meats, at 7 r. a.
at tba KasooieHaU.
1. E. Joass, W. M.
I. . O. . Waste Le4ce.Se, U
asaeta erery Tnursoey Hiw,r.iL,ia
' .. T. -Mm Maaatala Aaoara la. Ml.
ai Saturday at It" ' a.
..' f m-JkM. uuatcKa. ;
Travel, About forty emmigraut wagons
paaaad Uuroagb, "Wtftool yeatarday, atill going
fartbtr aortliweat. . . ; . v-
XaJlLLOD. T. J. Xacy. unr Mayor, ia
at aaaaaat proprietor of th hotel at that pop
alar MmnaWMoatt, the Warm Springs,
HOatl. J. T. Sedman and wite, we are
tlaae4 te nay, have raturned to Weston.
They Wi-re detained oy the high water of
the Colaiubia. Welcome. 1
StKT SpRIHKXBK. Thar duaty aeaaon ia
poa , ana tbe eoaaell baa determined to
jmriet ia kf lag-doerm the) .dost by fomuh
jafta (aSiikler for that pnrpeee.
Crakps RouDt Crope of all khida ia
'thkrvmiley ar net pr inuaiag, j3tnaineaa ia
lively, and the preapeets generally are good.
Tae road by the Warm Springa is in good re
pair; and mack traveled. y.' ;
' -OaTMibxTUbjeet.' diriding the
Maty it agitating the publie soind as much
aa erer There ia a eood proapect of at least
Iwe .distinct lines being advocated as the
boandary of the new county from the north-
dFCsf. Jollity bouea down to aa essence
eoauU in intetiug about twenty good-heart'
d, jovial fe'lowa, and making the air up-
' oariuus with merriment aatil you find that,
earfehed with glee, the" merry-makers have
atoleu off to bed. "We'll lauKh," ete.
MosquiTOEa. A couple of our leading
.citisena, beat' ea basiaeas, concluded they
weuld ge up en the moimtaia just aet of the
ity,- and stay all night in the timber. . . Well,
the mosquitoes bozxed and hummed ia suea
aetoaiehing aeimbers (that our Irieada could
ot wait ta tell it, and they hurried home the
same evening. . .
PhmxiL, Dr. J. J. McDonald, of Is
land City' Varies county, spent a few days in
the oityt liartiug frieuda. He has been im
portuned to locate on this aide of the moun
tains. Tbe Dr. ia aa efficient physicaa an d a
thorough gentleman, aa well as a lite-long
Democrat. Success to him.
Oa Monday last some of our eitiiena, pur
suant to a plan formed oa the preceding Sat
urday, determined to celebrate the glorious
Fourth in a social way. - Picuio style was .re
solved 'upon, and Miller's grove, up Pine
Creek, was selected aa the pUee. . It was a
lorely davs Old Sol poured downltis cfarryv
gladdening beams in radiant eflulgence with
a warmth that would have beeu uncomforta
ble bat for the umbrageous shelter famished
bv the lazuriant, deciduous grove. Crentle
sepbyrs fanned the leaves caressingly: ' j ,
- The brsezea came in gentle way, -
The willow's harp they sweetly play."
The songstei of the grave warbled ineea
santly their tribute of praise and gladness.
and when the merry langh of happy children
was added thereto, it became truly a joyous
scene. Exercises commenced by the Presi
dent "i the Day, W. T. Williamson, calling
the Rot. E. W. Morrison to open with
prayer.". The song, "Star Spangled. Banner'
was then rendered ia spirited style by the
choir, consisting of Mrs. - Lounebury,. Miss
Hartmaa. Messrs. Treed. McDonald and
Williamson. The Declaration of Independ
ene, that grand embodiment of underlying
principles, was then read fry Mrs. Meacben.
Suffice it to aav this ladr maintained her
reputaUoevaa an elocutionist in happy style.
The Orator of the day being1 absent, Mr. A.
Meacben was called upon for an impromptu;
effort, to which he spiritedly and eloquently
responded. He descanted on the great gen
era! principles of our government, the hero
ism of our forefathers, the possible lurking
daocrers. a historic" sketch ot the -Ancient
Romans, with a brilliant peroration enjoin'
ins all good citisens to stand for the right.
His remarks were received with enthusiastic
and prolonged applause. The effort would
have been a creditable one, even after ample
preparation." Another song by the choir,
which was well received. Then various
toasts were responded to by various gentle
men, that of "The little children, by Mr.
Biley, being peculiarly excellent. The pro
gramme terminated by singing the National
Anthem. The lunch was spread by groups
in basket style, and everybody was happy.
This material part of the day's enjoyment be
ing finished, everybody, old and young, de
voted themselves to having an old-fashioned
"eood time." Games of all kinds were in-
dulcad in. and all aeemed to throw off stiff
ness and formality, and for that reason the
occasion was a grand success. Soon heavy
leaden clouds put in a lowering appearance,
the zigg flashes of lightning, and the deep.
heavy roll of thunder portended the coming
storm.. And come it did. The fluttering
was not conn ned to the leaves. It is always
a picturesque spectacle to see a gathering
obliged to hastily decamp because of a storm.
.and the effect is much heightened by a fierce
wind. The rain poured down in torrents un
til the party reached Weaton, when, aa if
that was fun enough, it abated, sand the even
ing was very pleasant. -
THE OREGON KIDMEY TEA.
Bead the following testimonial, not from
persons 3,000 miles away, whom 110 one
knows, but from well-known and trust-worthy
oitiaens of Oregon, whose names, writ
ten witn tneir own bauds, can be seen at our
Office! . - - ' . -J :..
SALXat, OSIOOX, jAJTOAJtY 18, 1880. '
I bought a can of the OREGON KIDNEY
TEA and have used only a part of it, but my
back-ache is entirely eared- It has a splen
did effect upon the urinary organs. ; '
. - . . ; J. F. HODSON.
- SfLVntTOVt Makch 20, 1880.
I have used the OREGON KIDNEY TEA
for pains in the back and am satwfted with its
effects. I have no. hesitancy in recommend.
ing it as a mild and safe remedy for lame back
or derangement of the kidneys. ,: --
List of letters remaining in Weaton Post-
office July 10: 'Persons calling for said letters
will please say advertised:
U.a never-failing Cure
ior nervous Debility,
Exhausted ' Vitality.
Paralvsia. and all sack
terrible effects as Loss
bf Memory, Lassitude,
Aversion to Society,
Dimness of Vision,
Noises in the Head,
Jand many other diaeaa-
that lead to insanity and death. DR.
MINTIE will agree to forfeit Five Huxdrxd
! Dollars for a ease of this kind the VITAL
RESTORATIVE (under his special advice
" l-AXLFi GREASE! ! DAHFORD Ci DCO.
TTTJCKS Jt ' LAMBESTH -j AXLE
II 6mN at the City Drag Kton, i
wesson, caeapar tnaii ever, j ,
' ' ' '"AH kinds t , -" " ; '
Lubricating Oils, Castor,
. : Lard and Polar Oils at
PLAIIIIIC AND FEED MILL!
: . AM a x,vy e...r ....
SASII & DOOR ..
and treatment) will not cure, or for anything
inure or injurious found in it. UK. Mifl'
TIE treata all Private Diseases successfully
Brown, J S
Black, W It
Brennan, T F
Cornelius, Jos W (3)
Davis, Mrs Alt
Golden, Mrs J C '
Henry, Dewltt V
rorter, Mrs Alary Ly
Story, W A
Wickard, M J
Bercaw, Mrs Mary
Brickell, Miss Nora
Davis, Mrs S F
Tynker, Mrs Henry
Hubu, Chas (2) r
Myers, Mrs Mary E
Nickerson, F E
Olmstead, Mrs Rose
Patterson, Wm " -tS
Roddick, Mrs Rachel
Snyder, C A (3)
Waters, Mrs Lizzie, - -
L. S. Wood, P. M.
without mercurv. Consultation Fees.
Thorough examination aed advice, including
analysis of urine, (5.00. Price of Vital Re
storative, $3.00 a bottle, or four times the
quantity, 810.00; sent to any address upon re
eeint of nricev or C. O. D.. secure from ob
servation, and in private name if desired, by
A. E. MINTIE, M. D., 11 Kearney street,
San Francisco, CaL
DR. MINTIE'S KIDNEY REMEDY.
"NEPHRETICUM." cures all kinds of Kid
ney and Bladder complaints, Uonnorrhoea,
Uleet, Leneorrnoea, f or sate oy an arug
eists: 81 .00 a bottle, six bottles for S5.00.
DR. MINTIE'S DANDELION . PILLS
are the best and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
OIlULilUUS cure in tuc mar ice u i1 or aaie oy
alldruggista. ' v2J;3ly
Opp. New Flooring :Unt, -weston.
The Befet Spriac Medicine and Beanti-
fier of the Complexion la use. Cores
Pimples, Boils; ' Blotches, Neuralgia,
Scrofula, Gout, Rheumatic and Mercuri
al pains, and all Diseases arising from an
impure state of the Blood or liver.
O"8old by McCoUA Miller.
OtsflUaeVibei, V"5 XrJ
. ' And dealers hi - -
BUILDING MATERIAL "
WINDOW FRAMES, - .
I : 2 .MT awalssm Mtv a fa aweaW'waTa
- jBnaMe,esavaad jnnshed or vorkad. ; " "
A Good Thino. German Syrup is the
special prescription of Dr. A. Boechee, a
celebrated German Physician.and iaackno
edged to be one of the most'' fortunate dis
coveries in Medicine. ' It quickly, renret
coughs, colds and all lung troubles of the.
severest . nature, removing, as it does, the
affection and leaving the parts iu a. strong
and healthy condition. It is not an experi
mental medicine, but has stood the test of
years, giving satisfaction in every eaae,whihc
its rapidly increasing sale every season con
firms. Two million bottles sold 'annually.'
Beware medicines of similar names, lately
introduced. Boschee's German Syrup was
introduced in the United States in 1868, and.
ia now sold in every town and village in the
civilized world. Three doses will relieve
any ordinary cough. Price 75 cents.' Sample
bottle, 10 cents.
To-DAY is thetime announced by the Pen
dleton papers for th meeting from the various
precincts to' agree on a line for the division of
Umatilla county. . We trust that, something
may result from it. If we are going to di
vide the county into three counties, there is
no reason .nor necessity for cutting off this
northeastern end of the county with from ten
to seventeen townships. We are really en
titled to one-third of the whole area, but as
our population ia proportionally greater, we
ought to yield somewhat. We require the
mean between inconveniently large area, and
a county too small to be self-sustaining with
We are in receipt of the eleventh annual
catalogue of St. Helen's Hall. Portland, an
institution of learning for girls. "The con
stant aim being to give a sound and practioal
education, and to aurreund the pupils with a
refined Christian home and intercourse." And
truly and well does this school -do its work.
It is a potent agent for. good, and a credit to
the State. Parents who are in a position to
Utilize these unusual advantagea . for their
daughters, will act wisely ia availing them
selves of them.
YOU can buy & complete salt of
Clothes for $10 at SALIXG A
YOU can buy a neat Cassimere
Suit for $13 at SALINCi &
YOU can buy a nobby Cassimere
Suit for $14 to $1C at SALIXG
& REESE'S. '
YOU can buy a fine Suit of Bine
Beaver, Black Broadcloth or
heavy Cassinrare at the lowest
figures in the country at -SAL
ING & REESE'S.
AN IMMEDIATE AND PERMANENT
riCURE for COUGHS. COLDS. AsTH-
MA. BRONCHITIS. CROUP, INFLUENZA,
CATARRH, Loss of VOICE, Incipient
Consumntion. and all Diseases of the
Throat' and Lungs. Ask for the Cab
fornia Pulmonary Balsam, and take no
I iarsM ay alt frracctet. :
Harness and Saddle Shop,
CENTER VILLE OR.
JlfST RECEIVED A 4.AKGK ASSORTMSET OF
Cocord Team Harness
Concnord Hack Harness, ' j
ladies, and Men's Saddles
WHIPS, SPURS. Stc
. Satisfaction Guaranteed. -
B. E. IJEItJ f
' Kspt oa Hand, Sold Cbaap, lor Cash -
M. DUSENBERY It CO.'t
STILL CONTINUES on a CASH BASIS, mad We n "
Juat received unusually Jarga invoice, of Drf Good. .
Clothing, ttenta' PuraUhing Oooda, Baota aad Sboaa
Qrocerie and Provisions, which we are prepared tosell
at the LOWEST poMibl. catas FOB CAttH. Qraia
Bacon, Lard, Ac, taken in exchange (or aueivhandSaa
Remember the place: appoaite Drug Store, Main -8ne
Waaton,Or. .. . aS-
VTAn, IDA1IO & NORTIIEBX
Stage Company.; ;
Leavks Pendleton for Uuiatilla every Tdes
day, Thnniday and Saturday at 5 r. u. - -
Leaves Weston dally for The Dalies, via
' Pilot Rock and Heppoerat 1:5 A. al. -
Leaves Weston daOy for Walla Walla, Via;
AlUton, at 1U: 4oA. M.
New Coaches, Good Stock, Skilled Driven and able par
lormaace of service are we Macone w wis aw
and reliable Company. ..
YlsF can bnv a small boy a fine
suit for S3 at SALIXG &
K. A. STSU. Aeav
8AILSBUBT, HAlLEa-'- Ca, Proprietors,.,;,
WALLA WALLA BAKERY z.mmC'.
Installation. On Thursday evening
the following officers of Weston Lodge No.
58, 1, O. O. F., were duly insUlled by D. D.
G, M. J. Talbert: W T Wiiriamson, N G;
B F Mansfield, V G; P A Worthington, R
S; A B Hendrick, T; E W Morrison, C;
Freed, W; Geo Mansfield. Con; F W John?,
RSS; EM Purinton, L S S.
YOU ean bny a No.
small dot ror 95
I suit ror a
SlUKUts. Nearly 300 signers in Weston
precinct to ths petition adopted at the Cen
tssajitta snseting for the Division of Umatilla
county, Let the good work go on, and let
tjh people of all the county petition for the
line they favor, and thra let the majority rule.
Ihtroat ANT. Whan yon vis it Walla Wall
fee sere aad sail at the San Francisco Resteu
rant ea the north side o( Main street. Messrs.
Prash U Cranston, the proprietors, spread the
restfclsin the city. Don't fail to give them
a trial. Everything AboUt the place is neat,
.flee ad attractive. . ..
3lTY HALL. A project to build a city hall
ia being eonsidered by aome of our leading
citizens. There seems to be a disposition en
the part of property owners to donate some
lots to aid the nudertakiug. This move
shonld receive the support of everybody who
has the advancement of the city at heart.
The city council at its last meeting appointed
a committee with tee view to enlist tbe
interest of sitizsus in the matter, and put
things in a practical shape.
One day last week a customer came iuto
one of our stores and asked for "two bits
worth of dialogue." The gentleman in at
tendance looked politely puzzled, whereupon
the customer explained, "two bits worth of
dialogue to dye black with." A gleam of ia
telligence lighted up the gentleman's conn
tenance as be exclaimed: "Ufa! 1 suppose
you want a darkey dialoge, then." It was
the customer's turn to be confused, but she
finally remembered it was logwood she
You can buy an all-wool suit for
boy from 5 to 9 years old from
$T.50 to $10 at SALIXG &
And all kinds of
Milton. The following members of Milt
on Lodge Ho. 1. O. O. If., were auly in- !
stalled by D. D. 3. M. Jonathan Talbert:
Wm. Talbert, N. G.; John Dustan, V. G. ;
.. Wright, R. S. The ceremony occarrnd
on Saturday, tbe 3d. ibis lodge is in a I
prosperous and harmonious condition. 1
We call attention to the ad of Dr. II. It.
Alden, dentist, formerly of Portland. The
Dr. was compelled to leave a large and lucra
tive practice in Portland and remove to Walla
Walla for the benefit of his and his mother's
health which, we are happy to say, has greatly,
improved. Dr. Alden is a genial gentleman and
a good dentist; he will remain in Walla Walla
until Dec 1st when he will depart for Portland
to be absent about five months.
YOU can bny a pair of blankets
vYk. f nt. Sin 11 Tier Jtw. RaaoAa
ava .f, mmv p, . mmms .7.
YOU can bny a large white bed !
blanket for $8 at Saline &
Large boys and small men can
buy Clothing at rery lowest
prices from Saling & Reese.
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street
JanSStf - . W ALLA WALLA. W. T
II. 31. PORTER & Co,
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware
Kala St., Walla Walla. W. T.
WatcUeB, Clocks,.arr4 Jewelryv repaired ia
! first-class style at reasonable rates.
ALL WORK WAE ANTED,
Kcmenaber tbe plec. mm wtwtt aMf wrtef
nu mru Mr wuK or nit , .
i i ' ' 1 1 " i . i - j ' - .
Hew Tork Life MHtOo.
Stoves & Hardware.
. Twentyne per cent, saved by ealUng-oa
t. T. TOOItrMVBJ
llxn Sr. Walla Walla. w . t.
Mamli Works. D. J. Coleman, Walla
Walla, is proprietor of the Marble Works, nd
prepared to furnish Head 8 tones, Monuments
and everything else iu his line, at reasonable
tates, B. F. Mansfield is agent for Center
e-ilie and Weston, and is authorized to take
Ardors and give receipts.
Th Best. Wat to Kill Suikel. Pro
vide yourself with a package of Bolmct' Squir
rat Pauon aad have all the boys and girls go
after 'ess. - It will clean them oat sure. Put
p ia large paekaget sad ia the cheapest sad
host ia the market. Made and for sale by H
K.' Bolmss. Druggist. WalU Walla, or to be
aad fiom your nearest Druggist;
W. G. Jambsox. Watch-maker and jew
' Jer, comer Main and Sd St. Walla- Wallaa
solicits your patronage Haviog 17 years
praetloal xperieaee and keeping competent
rorkmen is his employ, is prepared to do
e watch repairing, jewelry work, seal cut
ting ete, promptly and at reasonable prices.
Weteb.es, Clocks, Spectacles always in stock
1'and sold ehoaper than any other store in
' Walla Walla. a
AKD next comes the florthxcuH Tribune,
published at Colfax, W. T. asking for, pat
ronage as an independent paper. It is well
filled; and shows care and Ability. . We prefer
seeing a paper take a stand with one or the
other political party, if it intends having any
opinion in politics, because the editor must
have his leanings, and they will govern him
more or less. Let an editor be an independ
ent partisan, uphold the party in the right
and mercilosaly fight fraud from any party.
Cxxsus. The enumerators have finished
their labors. If any one has been missed,
they should see to it that they are counted.
Hon. J. a White will be at Pendleton on
July 12 and 13th, and any one whom be has
missed saouia write to him there, giving
he-jr name, age and occupation.
lULIOlOTJS. The Rev. Burnett will preach
at the Baptist church, Weston, the second
oaooavn in tbe month at II A. M. and 4 f. H.
Tbe Rev. Mr. Rigby at same place on the 3d
Sunday in the month. The Rev. E. P. War-
a a -a.
jen as enwrvuw on toe 3d Sunday at II A,
M. aad i r. u. ,
Most of the business houses in Port
land will close at 8 o'clock on and after
the 12th during the summer, and at 7
o'clock in the winter. The clerks have
formed an association of over two hunv
dred members, and pledged themselves
to work for no firm that will not close
at the prescribed time. The movement
promises to be a success.
Dos't: The Pendleton Tribune quotes,
that "Garfield is as simple as a child." with'
much gusto. 1 It's really too bad for his own
friends to pitch into him that ws'y.
Divide. "Three petitions are now going
the rounds,' for as many bridges, one at
Brassfields Ferry, one' at Franklin's Ford and
one on Mr. D. Coff man's place." Oh for Division!
J. . Irvine, M. .
AlKITED. Fly paper, insect powder, gen.
nine fruit wax, axle grease, and a great varie
ty of medicines and notions at the City Drug.
Store, Everything at bedrock prices.
HE LADIES Of WESTON AKD VICINITY
an recneetfoU informed that the Cndvr-
icd have opened and now oSer for sale a Complete
Of rtrawiaas , . .
MILLINERY GOODS .
The Latest Styles of Hats and Bon-
sets alway on hand in Great va
riety. LEATHERS, FLOWERS
.- and every kind of TRIM
" ' MING to suit the most
. Faltidiont. AGENTS
for WARREN'S .
, . HEALTH"
Corset. . . .
MAIM STXEET ........ WESTON. !
Next door to Hardware Store.)
MILLER St SCHNEBLEY.
DR E R. ALDEN,
GST Directly Opponia th Poslojka"
WALLA WALLA, W. T.
HEADER DRAPERS !
Be ture to tend your ordari for HEAD
ER DRAPERS to PAEVE BROS..
of their oum Manufacture. They ore
vneqnaUed in quality of material and
" No stock1 holders-to eat up the profits. .
Policy holders' reteiyo: all the benefit: -Ha
better or choaper way of Becuring an indeBoa
dent and reliable means of support for a. m aa'
' - - A jrt, Weston, Ou.
WE are sole agents for Clark 's"0. H. T."
Spool Cotton, the best ia the world.
Try it. . .
SAUHG & REESE;"
ICOR. MAIN and FRANKLIN Sf.
Also, COOLEY'S PATJt' cORK
and ELECTRIC HEALTH COSSET
in white and colored .. ' " : -
' TAN WINKLE A tT&KaTAN, i
rresk Heats of aH klaals eaaMtaalty
"The Clrarcli and Home."
A BelUrloas Jooraal Devoted to
Issued Monthly at Weston.
Every Family Ougfit to Take it.
iarreraw, tl.00 PerTear.Ta
KEY. E. W. KKtsON ..Mltaw.
BAl, published ever? Saturday, at 631 California at. a F
FRANK VI. PIXLET, I
FRED. M. SOMKRS; "
The AaaosABT is essential lr a California naMieatioa
bright, breezy of the Pacific aad the neaiaaa ef taa
food things of enmnt literature. Seat, post paid, to
any adareas, npoa issiipt of S4.0S rearly fBaecrtpuoB.
Contains a full stock of Pore
DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES,
FANCY GOODS j
AND TOILET ARTICLES
PAINTS, SWEET & LUBRICATING OILS
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
BOOKS and STATIONARY,
Todd's Gold .lPeno.v
- Fine Cigar, and ToIwmos, .
Choice Wines and Liquors,
Tt Medicinal puranm ealy. ---rmctirstosM
su teeeice Caiosaraoco '
with Care aaal 1
GIVE TJS A CAIal. v .r
Water at swar rnssMteTs esst taws.
-- " " '- ' h -fi ,'
LIVERY and FEED STACLC
JOHN DTJSTAJT, 'ifgMat.''
BpUndid Timonta sad Saddle Bones' at' shortest
aouee. neaty of Bay aad sraiaartraya-o 1
UBUves as stat toe Inaas. ' .
aarRemembcr the ptoes, oansrls tfce I
ii mm mm cajus. rasa i kat
Uim to diaaalTad by atataal uaassat lisnsthaar.
.... . .
saaS ef iks trai la
at. A. CARIS.
. , YHOS. r. FAoE ;
Csrrtarrms, Or., and Walls Walla. W. SWiau tS,
bw oaas of March 10, 1SSO,
t Tbes. ran aloos wUl alka the
CIVK Ut A CALL.
rttalaisr mwmam fit mx
If ATaa FOCNP Jt
MLtAT ware a.
owafwpr iaarsrtiasaiK asajawsMs (It mx
enasETi, wuaaa- jtsr-
easy oe asSee for it i