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SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1880.
WIIXLAMMX Jt VMU. Editor.
rfgEU t JUWP-jJ Illy tl5fttSBMh
GEN. WIXFIELD 8. HANCOCK.
WM. II. ENGLISH,
T. G. OWEN, of Coos Countv.
J AH. FULTON, of tt'woi Comity.
J. K. WEATHERFOKU, ..f Linn County,
MOODY AND SAMiY,
The S. F. Bulletin institutes some com
parisons between the results of those par
ti)' labors, judged simply from a citizen's
standpoint A quotation in farther mad
from Thurlow Weed who thu3 describes
the oflurts of Christian labor by a con
vert from "all that waa wicked and de
moralizing." "The general character of the neigh
borhood has lieen improved; its social and
moral tone and atmosphere have been
puritied. Sailor now carry their Biblts
with thpm to sea. Moody and Sarikey
hymns are sung in forecastles. Hun
dreds of half naked and hungry wives
and children, by the conversion tf drunk
en husbands and father, now rejoice in
oo hi for table and happy homes. Tha Mis
sion Church is ci owded every week-day
and evening and three times en Sunday
with intelligent Christian men and wo
xnenwho, resone-l from garrets and gut
ters, are now reputable citizens, enjoying
tbe fruits of their industry and relating
with 'eratef ill hearts the miseries of thoir
past, the joys of their present and tLe
Lopes ot their tutnrt.
oucn results as tnese have in various
daces ben produced through the labor
of M. and S. who "are not orators not
ven great men. But tiie are earnest."
Can any one imagine Ingersoli's going in
to such vicions communities and accom
plishing such goodt He would only up
braid the existing belief of Christians,
and try to tear down and weaken their
faith. Were he ro succeed in every com
munity, would he bettar their moral con
dition t Would he make better citisins
ef them f Would bt inculcate a more
earn list respect for law and right t When
w removes faith he substitutes nothing.
"Negation of belief are never construc
tor. Th?y build up no system which
Such places as the Five Points, New
York, have yielded to Christian teaching
and thousands of children thereby res
cued from a life of vice and crime. How
many lectures from Ingersoll would do
that, The M. and 8. work cannot be
scoffed at for its results are tangible and
good. The prospects arc that M. and S.
will spend the winter in S. F., and cer
tainly there is much work for them there
to do. Ingersoll has left there with a
fw thousand dollars in his pocket, but
Low many peenle buttered by his visit t
M. and S&nkey will leave behind them a
living and practical good will have been
an aid to law, honesty and morality.
"Br their fruits ye shall know them."
On our Erst page Te published tic
letter from Hancock to Sherman that
has provoked so much comment from the
press of the United States. Our readers
yiil remember the time that the Asaocia- j
tel Press Despatches heralded , the as
tonishing tidings throughout the land
that Hancock, the hero and patroit, was
at heart a traitor I Many a noble repub
lican heart thrilled with contempt of th
vile charges, as was the case with the
masses of the democracy. Yet some
journals were only too willing to credit
and promulgate this damaging statement,
: ni even made hurtful comments upon
the probabilities of its truth. Among such
was the Portland Oregonian. They de
voted an editorial to this theme about
the saias time thit tbny overbade I Mrs.
Hancock as beir.g incapable of tilling the
Position of wife to the President. Now,
all; these fulminating charges of treason
were based on a letter written by Han
cock to Sherman four years ago, at that
critical period in the history of c r ;oun
try when it was yet not known whether
the rightfully elected Chief Executive
would obtain bis seat.in the White House-
Even such papers as the A'. Y. Tribune
and Timet disseminated doubt as to
Hancock's loyalty, of course under the
stimulus of an approaching Presidential
c ntest.' Thf y loudly and emphatically
demanded that "that letter" should be
produced forthwith. The demand for it
was echoel throughout the whole coun
try. Hancock on being appealed to,
merely laughed, and said they had his
permission to produce any of his letters.
Sherman was next hunted up, and his
consent obtain. Next came the letter.
Each reader judge for himself how much
treason is embodied in its sentiments.
Each, reader judire for himself if the
author of that production is " nty a sol
dier." Each judge for himself whether
the essentials cf true statemanshin are
not incorporated in its utterances. The
whole matter has redounded most satis
factorily to the glory and commendation
of Hancock, and henceforth "that letter'
will not bs the te xt for Republican edi
All kind c
The Tribune, a "patent OAtside" pub-1 MISCELLANEOUS !
'ished at Pendleton, makes a periodical j . .
attempt to say something "smart" to j T TJI "1"" "NTT? f
atone for previous failures. Its general , J eElo w V JJM J7 lO !
tone is very mild r-res, very weaJL How
ever last issue it made a frantic effort,
and overwhelmed us with the following
alliteration: "The mellow. match-niakins.
moral (?) men." Of course wb-n a nan
does his proud, perspiring best, he should
not be laughed at; but what is the use
f piling up such schoolboy bosh, pointless
as weak jess can make itt He charges
our torr ,-sprr.d ;nt 'from fleppner with
wp ting - what is "neither moral or
ev -n decent." That is a grave charire.
We turn to our columns and find: "Dr.
Swinburne has been heard to say that
he could s-e a fee in the future.
Next issue we read: They "are hunt
ag for that fellow who insinuated tha'
they contemplated matrimony on their
trip below." To the pure all things are
pure. Headers interpret the doubtful
iccording to their habit of thought. The
boys of the Tribune readily put thtir
consti uction on it, and only "gave them
selves awav." Bah! J
Patent Sledicines, Paints,
Aniline lves. Pills.
. LUBIJTS, LCNDSORiJS AXD ElilMEL'S
G' XE J. ' Knwlee and family have re
r ed to their old h ine at Cold water, Mich
n. By his q'liet, gentlemanly mnaiier and
attention to bis own business, Mr, Knalee lias
made quite a circle of friends who unit in
wishing them a pleasant trip.
Personal. We regret being absent dur
ing a visit from W. H. McComaa, editor of
that lively Democratic sheet, the Mountain
Sentinel. We hops he will call again.
We see by the Eastern OrKon Re
publican, that the people of La Grnnde
have gone crazy. They met in august
conclave to decide upon some safely
vfilvH for their exuberance of spirit.
Some favored building steamboats, try
ing to draw their minds back to the
guileless days of youth,; and thus cool
off th:r feverish irdor. Some favord
bicycles, nd it was noticeable the longer
the man, the stronger he advocated it.
Dr. Honan had probably been taking
some of his own medicine, as he stren
uously advocated running steamboats by
sails and entirely without water. He
bad a lins of travel to propose, besides.
Hoi;. J, H. Slater tried to bring them
to reason by organising a Hancock club,
but they were too much "oil'" for that.
Some suggested base ball, cricket, boat-
Shelf-Hardware Constantly os
hand, for Rale cheap.
A Largs Assortment of
COOK Ac JEA:,3.OXC.
the Very Best Material nnd Mt A
rvd Pattera. All Tinware made of
gtHHt heavy aantrt ial. and none bal
the best workmen empoyed.
Wcstc:iholine s All Styles.
Burton & Ball' and "Kangaroo."
Shot-Gun & Rifle Ammunition,
A Tull Line of
Pistols and Revolvers! !
PlirO LiqUOrSt Sold oly ou Pujaioianii Prescription.
IMPERISAHBLE PAINT AND ATALANTIC LEAD, &
. t .....
A LARGE AXD. WaXL-8ELECTED STOCK OF
School Books, Stationery, ,
WATCHES AXD JEWELRY,
Elegant Vases, Toilet Articles and May notions I
T.ATCGE STOCK OX" OILS.
Unseed, China Xal. Lnbrimllns. Lard and Sperm.
LAMrs of aU rtte. C1RKKA and ftuuna UiXU CLASS CniMAKYA.
Prescriptions Careftilly Comopundod at all hours
THE LITTLE JOKER
CLOTHES WASHER ,
WWTIU WASS MUE AT A TIME
fhy lare frarinenU, small ones few or many
waiu.i Uicm clnui; never tAmrs off or breaks buttons
cannot ruin the clothes a particle; is easily worked
Mid avoid packing clothes before washing them.
Unequalled for Washing Wool.
Mrs J E Bean
Miss CrnthU Beatle
Mrs It Lircrmore
Ma A E renninton
Mrs V Whitconib
Mrs II 3 Arnold.
IlENSISON & ELY,
Mrs E Robins
Mrs M Betitley
V- .-uli A Matlock
hii.ia Lizzi rihull
Mrs .'oe Keeney
Scrre nn Injunction en Disease
BIRD CAGI S, FLOWER POTS
XMTsSXXXXt. G- TAOKI.S
Trout Baskets. Etc.
Bv iuvljoratinp a feeble constitution, renovatinr a I
litbiliated phjsii -Be, and enriching a thin and innutri- I Comprising t eSVTy-plAted EolTSS, 7(rTkS
finest, the mojt highly sanctionid, and the most popu- I
lar tonic and pn rentive in existence.
For sale by all DrofKists and Dealers generally
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
t a never-tailing Cure
for Nervous Debility,
t'itnilysiH, and nil ench
irrible effect an Loss
)f Memory. Laiwitucle,
Aversion ti Society,
l )imneH8 of Viion.
Noises in the Head,
iid many other dif:ia-
ins nch hoats run bv a string) etc.. p 'anity and dctb.
. ... - . I ...... A. J 1.. ItttlV W .V. - -
nod uttrae yonng ladies dropped in (fagur- j i)LLAKS fr a ,.age of thin kind tii VITAL
Rtivaly speaking) and recommended cro- KESTOKAT1VE (under his special advice
iMiniirf or injurious louiiil in lu L'li. mm'
TIE treat- alt Private Disea!S t-ucirial)y
qiint. It "offered opportunities and led
So resnlts." . President Ackerman op-
poBed all arausemeut, and incorporated
in a letter the Latin inscription usually
found on clocks. Thus they went until
midnight, vh:n the chairman recout
mnded thetn al! to go home. They ad
journed. Turning to the locals of the
E. O. ws are not surprised to find them
offering to sell a "few thousand flies;"
the boys swallowing pins; watch makers
running off; Mrs. Logan prescribing for
the people; burning boilers with coal oil;
wild cajuses in bands on Main street;
talk of obliging cows not to walk on the
sidewalk but to keep the streets, amoug
the Common Council; mules unhitching
themuelves and getting into tlie wagon
t teuiselves to ride on a down gvaJe etc.
It simply awfnl, and the Governor
ought to be telegraphed to for a militia
force to quiet things down. If anything
without ra rcuir. Consultation Free.
Thorough examination acd advice, including
amilybip, of urine, $5.00. Price of V ital Ue
atorative, $3 00 a bottle, or four times the
quantity, $10 00t cent to any address upon re
iut of' price, or C. O. D., secure from i.b
eivtioi, and ia private nahie if desired, by
A. E- MINT1E, M. U, 11 Keamey street,
Kan Francisco, Cal
DR. MINTIK'S KIDNEY KEMF.DV,
"NEPHbETlCUM," ureall kii.d of Kid
ney and 1 bidder complaints, Uonuorrlmea,
(iU-et, Li tieonlxiea. For -ale ly all drtig
rists; $i .(X) a isittle. six bottles for S5.00.
DR. MINTIK'S DANDELION PILLS
arc the beat mid chiapest DYSPEPSIA and
lULLIOL'S cure iu the market. For sale by
A COMPLETE STOCK OF ROPE.
SoU at Losrsst rates tor a ?ood article.
'ilie GhurclL and Home."
A Re'.iicious Journal Pceo'cd t
Issi.eu Monthly at Weston.
372r Taaily Ought to Take it.
3'Terun. f 1.C0 Per Tcar.s
RF.V. V.. Vf. MOKCIO UHer.
OILS ! OILS ! OILS
The Undersigned are now prepared to sell
CASTOR AND LARD OILS
Ttan they can be had this aide of The Dalles.
CCall and get Prices
arcozais o TvrxxsT.niL.
Citi Drug Store, Webtox.
IOC1DE OF POTASS.
The Beet Spring Medicine and Beauti
fler of the Coaiplezion in use. Cure
Pimples, Boils, Blotches, Neuralgia,
: Scrofula, Gout, Rasumatic and Zlercori
I al painf, and all Du9i333 arising from an
I impure state ol the Blood or Liver.
Notice is hereby given that the foHoirixitf-aamod svt- 1 fcSold by McColl & Miller,
tier t:a ttUtl notice vt his intention to tukv tr.'l projf 1
in supvett of his tliira and secure li!l -ntrr tiitre&s at i
the e& in.U'.nirt tiurty uavs fniu thed-tey( th notice,
MARY Z. KCSSEL.
Widow of Sim Russell, deceased. Horoe.fesd r-r.-Hif
will bo made before the County Jude as Pondtetm, I
UruatlHa County. September 13. 18X0. for tha Xi wi.
sec. lo, T 4 N H. 35 K, and names the foilowicg ue bis I
witnevs. -8, viz: James Kutch, A. H. I-anxdaln U. .V ,
ileiu and Kcort. al uf WMliin ITmti)l fitn.w liiu.
gon. Ht.NKY W. HWKJHT
i!l 80-5W lU-siter.
ST. PAULS SCHOOL,
A Board! ns aud Day School
k OR GIRLS.
Tl a Christmas 1 arm oi-giu on Thursday, Stpt.
1880. His hapsrUat tor every pupil to be prswat o
FIRST DAY OF THE TERM !
For particulars, rail at the school on Poplar Street,
betw en oecund and Third Streets, or Addrem the
rniiM-irAi., mmm. a. h. wells.
7-l!4-3m walla walki. w. -..
ew Tforfc Legislature has passed further occurs tha Leaser will keep
a law requiring the registration of all
practising physicians. This law also
compels a practitioner of medicine com
ing from another state to prove his stand
ing before the faculty of a New York
ir.etiieal colleen. Physicians of good
standing do not complain of this law.
In fact, they did a good deal to gt it
passed, as a protection to the profession
against empiricism. Human life is to
vlne.KT A Via SAajI .1. - )
.- w w w iinu t , hi, auu jiu wea g
can be too rigid which are deviged for ia
protectioTi. In this view, the New York
law will meet with jreneral approval.
W are in receipt of the Washington
Independent, published at Pomeroy. It
is neatly gotten up, and orks to elect
Baateoek or Garfield.
fcOME journals ard circulating the
statement that Hancock is a Roman
Catholic, hoping thereby to injnr him
to some, extent, s.:; some people are precl
judiced agaiuHt. thai denomination. He
would need no apology if it were true,
but as it is, he is not a Roman Cathulic,
being a member ot the Protestant Epis
How industriously the Republicans
let alone the Hancock-Sherman letter
that they demanded so fiercely.
The value pf the fruit ' crop of Sacra
mento county Ahis year is $472,000.
Send in your subscriptions for the
I or Arts. '
Valley Academy I
Boarding and Day School for Boys.
Walu Walla, W. T.
Second Tear Benin Monday, September
"JTTH1S 1ASTI1 1 . OFFERS A TITOS
JL oU(,h toglish and elassieal course. Boys pre
paiea for college a Specialty, laition S10, (515. S20
ni tti. actordine to ciass. ter term, (half vear.) Board
4i id ashing, XliO per tens of 20 weeks. For further
par.Kuurs, aaoress uie rnrjetpal.
Kev. J. D. HCCO.VKLY, M. A.. B. D..
IP. o box 202) Walla Walls. W. T.
E. L GUESSAZ,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
Silverware, fepeclacles, tiold
Repairing a Specialty I
Main Street, Weston. Or.
aal, published (rcry Saturday, at 6M California st. 8. V
FRANK M. PIXLEY,
IV.H U. 11. bU-MLKS, '
Tie AsoosaI't is esrentialiT a California nublieatian
bi jht, breezy of Uit. Paciricaiid the medium of the
(foci, thinirs of eurrent literature, bent, post paid, to
aaoxes , upon rect .jt of S4.00 yearly subsenpUou.
NoU.e is hen by Kiren that Clias. A. Ilarrett has this
day made application to purchase under tbe ac: of Ooa
ltresfftiproVLd June 3d, -ti. -nUtled an "Act tor the
sale of Timber Lands in the States of California, Oregon,
nevoa, anu in nas.iingron lerntory, tnr fw of sec
10 in T A M of R S6K. l-inal proof and purchase are to
be made at tqe txpiration of sixty days fiom tee dute of
this notice. lUMty OwiGHr,
notice is hereby given that John F, Adams ha this
day made application at this Office to pur.:h ;se under the
act of Conicrese approved June Sd, 1ST, entitled, "an
Act for the sals of timber lands in the Htates of Cali
fornia, Orctron, Nevada and Washington TerritorY,1' the
Set of See 10 T S ', R Pioal proof and purchase
are t be made at the eipimtiou of sixty days from this
notice. Har Pwioht, Rcifister.
LaOrand., Or. July 0, 18). 717 -J-w
LandOffice at LaOm-.de, Or., June 1, 1330.
Notice is hereby gir?n that the following named set
tler lia fi.ed no:ice of his intention to make Anal proof,
in support ot his claim, and secure ana! atrr then on,
at the expiration of thirty das iroor fhk date ot this
notice, sis: , ,
Witnesses testimony will be taken before D- P. Iwiht
a Notary Public at Pendleton, Umatilla countv, Oregon
Aug. tl, 180, for the Set Sec 21, Ii N, H3J K, and
names the followini; as bis witnesses, viz, John Mc
Dermitt, James Derrick, Alex Miloe and Iruran, all
of Weston, Umatilla countv, Oreeoa.
AH IMMEDIATE AND PERMANENT
3URE for C0U3HS. COLDS. AsTH
MA. BRONCHITIS. CROUP, INFLUENZA.
CATARRH. Loss of, VOICE. Incipient
Consumption, and all Dis-ases ot the
Throat and Lungs. Ask for the Cali
fornia Pulmonary Balsam, and take no
X5fSll by all Ernsglnta.
30IXON XHOH3 o IKK PTJ "
to so ano tcoii psqsnun awodsnd Iuttrmqsoj
S. F. SHARP, M. D.,
Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur
OFFICE Over U'agm.V Furniture
Store, C'entervule, Or.
J. H. EALEY.
Surveyor and Civil Euiicer,
Town Plats made and Lan-! Li catod.
F1 ICK-AI tbe Court B; hko.
N. DUSENBERY & CO. '5.
m v o xc jEs-sa
OT ICE IS HEREBY OIVFM THAT JAlffX
Kill'sn has this dsv m&de annlteaftinB so nr.
ci as under the act of June 3, 1H73, entitled, "An act
for the sale of timbered lands in the States of California
Oregon, Nevada nd Washington Tsrritorv," tbe Nwi
01 ee. 14, T S N. R 86t. Final proof and aurehase
io be made at die expiration of sixty days' puBliaatioa
hereof, and within ninety days froa date benwvf
UcJiRV W. L-WIGRT.
Dated Auirust 3, 1830. Register
J. C. STAMPER, MRS. TAYLOR.
The Webfoot Restaurant,
Opposite the acta Cctirf Jloute.)
TsTTtA Xs - - - - - 250
BeA HeaJU for tk b7 1b WaHc Walla.
fcTILL CONTISCE8 on a CASH BASIS, and we have
Just rectirtd ucnsoally large invoices of Drr Good.
Clothing, Uents' rumishiiu; Goods, loots ana Sr.ues
Groceries and Provisions, which we are prepared to sel
at the LUH'LbT possible rates fOR CAoll. Grain
Bacon, Lard, Ac, t&kea in exchange for merchandise
Remember tbe place: opposite torus Store, JUin srect
eston. Or. Vim
North end of Water St.
Keeps exuViatloa 'hand a foil supply ef Hay.
lirua, NU, tc.aad all aorses left ia our cacrve iJ
leewrs food Ueatmeat.
rroaurt atteajtiow ffeaa U atoek tmy er
wd etnas and ssiriaw asmi Is adaaee as al
I akd Othcb t LsOksxdc, O., Ami. S, 1S80.
Kotice is hereby riven that the following-named
r.ct'Irr his lllcd notice cf his isten' ioi to make final
I r 'of in support of bis dairc, wsd seem final entrv
tncreuf at the cxpiratioa of tliirty di ys from the date of
LLU notice, six:
ARCHIBALD f. PATTWOK.
Pn -cmrtlon No. 146. Will makr nroof at Pendl'ton.
Unia'illa county, before Dwirht A Hatter, Notaries Pub
lc, on September 18, I860, far the W4, Vw A rw, nwj
it ne, swt ot sec It, t 1 .1, f, as , and names the
foUowinr as his nitneeaes. viz: A. H. Mctircw.-A. J.
Wise, Alfred WatU and C. U. Lonj, all of Weston,
uiiutuua cuiujiy, Brecon. rv. . i'nir, iterator.
8-U 80 5w
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jo iddui pooS paxTl uo dse
pvM Mlvajt tmu a4Mari
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W. H. , ROWLAND,
Discsssi of Women and Children, Diphtaeria and
Cl.ioiiic Uoin.i.iinu, aM Cxtractintr of Teeth a -pee-ia.ty.
ConsuitatMia Free at ay Orbce, aeat door to
i.etimaii fclonis', CliTfcKiLLii. Ot.
W. T; COOK,
OFFICE At Drug Store, Centerrille,
Oregon. . ,., 7-17-80-tf ,
LIVERY and FEED STABLE.
JOHN DUSTAH, Proprietor.
Splendid Turnouts and Saddle Horssr at shortest
nonce. Pleaty of hay anc riain always oa baas.
N Cttarfres to suit the Uaass.
ARemember 'At plaee, aapaalt UM sfll M
Tbe LsASKit dm
of the bet sad
apen ia tu H orUiwcot