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About Weston weekly leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 1878-189? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1880)
CRDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1880.
WILLlAMM at JnTOLU LUItom.
GO. WINTIELD S. HANCOCK.
, . . . QF PENNSYLVANIA.
T. G. OVEN". of Cim.3 County.
If AS. FBft'ftJi'. A Wasco Cunntv.
H. VVpA'KKF-Oyri), .f Liuu Cotiity,
Th Dalles, in part owing to the rail-,
rotnl incitement, '''ft getting 'an linema
Vlenotoiity w;th regard tothe claw that
are now making themselves oormpicuous.
Tramps, sharps, gamblers', roughs of all
grades; are temporarily ftliring tjiere,
sod ri: idci'ay robbers ars not unooituuoa.
V?e r.'otice in tho Inland .Empire of last
' t'cms! ("flat over 800 had lpa stolen from
- tiiffereat' jiarties, generally course,
. ' hr-u the victims were iiitoiuc4t4- 1?he
inet'nod' pSrsued is to ''shadow'' the labor
er until to gats his cash, then by one
'xssena' or another obtain' J,io money.
This ic truly a terrible ooaditjon of af-
V - ( ,f,. t
Tairs, anu wmca toe ouicern, tnoujrn vigi
lant, tre unablo to heep in chce'd. IJouaes
of ' ilj&ip,' "divea," the lwet' type of
. .saldcijs, ere iiourihiaj !tnl the authori
ties' and reputable eitueiis are unable to
, assert the majesty of the law and prevent
eritae,' '"Two, men there last wnek en-
Vow that the time is again fast ap
proaching when the pleasure-seekiBg
youth of our beloved little city will begin
to cast aboit them in search of " some
means of entertainment during the long
winter evenings, we suggest the reorgani
zation, at as early a day as thought prac
ticable, of the Bhie Ribbon Club.
We need not urge the great import
ance of providing proper places of resort
for the younjjwho, if left to seek amuse
ments fr therhselvesii ' are in constant
danger of Keeking it from sources calcu
lated rather to degrade than to elevate,
as well us of waging constant warfare
against that fell-destroyer, intemperance.
As these are apparent to all who do not
wilfully close their eyes to the fact, there
fore we say. Let the Blue Ribbon Gtub
be rfonjiinised ! Let us hear from, the
Leader on the subject. Come, Bro.
Leader, what say youl Church and
In response to the abeve we say that
everything that tends to promote the
temperance cause should be encouraged
and promoted. A Blue Ribbon Club
may accomplish very much good, and
even if the amouti be small, yet the same
spirit of energ and perseverance should
prevail. If a sufficient number will go
inte activ membership to zuarontee a
J good programme, it should be entered
j into. But if the Urge niujotity of rssvt-
br com listlessly up, and then go home
again, saying "they," not did not
have a good programme, not enough ta
entice them b.ck again, then it becomes
discouraging. If every member feel that
he is an integral and responsible part of
the organization, it is bound to succeed.
A Blue Ribbon Club is one of the best
means of accomplishing good in this
I E. JONFS !
a): kinds of
band, for Hale cheap.
A jus Anannhwt of
Dos'T. Don't depie the lowly. The
under jaw dues all the work. AVinsa weiild
uo enoner part with it than a wWan Jfitlj
her tongue. " . .
j. II. ieur letter urivad too late Xr
insertion last week. V reqtiro commniii
eations by Thursday noon at each week, at
latest, far we j.t t pre Friday. . r ,
PRtNClPAL. We understand that Miss
Whipple' lies been engaged totsach he school
at Aaturia, a Principal. ' TUie ia an import
ant position, but she is thoroughly compe
... . ; m
HfRT. -Tom Mcrrr. of the Inlmd Um
pire, had an upMt from wagon whii travel-I Shelf-Uard ware ' Constantly oa
iag from Johu Day t Caayou, (everaly injur
ing hi sheiilder probably anatainutf a freer
' Moving ' Along. The Walla Wall
Statesman iavites the Standard t publish
the lxigu "medicine una" of that Tsrribrmj
It would be rather a long lit.
Camp-Meetixg. '1'herr will be a grand
ramp-meeting held ab ut 'n.'; a .nile from
Hrppaer. ktt:K.i-.g 3pt. 1. 18S0. by tt.etf.'
E. Chureh. ,. ga d r.t:"ida.r..-e a oijre jt?i
The locat un is i ei.i.t:!ui!y nbterrd jiaa iL
wind and dust, tnti "vkr is jlautv c g
water to be had every .n&i-.tiUe U. ujai.ii y
good success. .
Articles of inoruot'atii.n havn bri
uieu m tue omce ei ui! bieerevary oi state
by the following nauiad citizens of Lina
county: I Elkins, D. W. .Ballard, C.
B' MenUgue, J. W. Cusick, ii. liaia
ton, Jacob Kess, E. Ervin, J. M. Powell,
F. M. Miller and W. B. Donaca, incor
porating the Lebanei; and Santiani Wa
ter Ditch or Canal and Manufacturing
eompany. The capital stock is $30,000,
in shares of $100 each.-
2 f 1
Patent Medicine?, Painta,
. ; Aniline I3 e.. ., pu
IATBlX-g, LU.TDBORtl-8 AVD RIMMKL'S
' r. -
They hare a hook and ladder company
Linn county has a balance of $1,286
in its Treasury.
St. J uliea has trotted his mile ia 2 : 1 1 J
t Charter oak Park.
Fred. J. Bills suicided at Portland.
Chloreform or insanity.
Chinese have been drilling out half
dollars and tilling up with solder. Any
way to maku a living.
English's reoord is now establishe'l as
anti-slavery, notwithstanding reports to
(trading front Ray's Landing to Silver
Wit is completed. Now 1200 men grad-
I ing thence to Brownsville.
There are twenty-three new dwellings
in course of erection in East Portland. .
In 1859 the total receipt of cattle at
Chicage comprised only 111,694 head ;
in 1869, 403,102 head, and in 1879,
1,215,733 head 1
The Hillsboro Independent says: H.
E. Shipley, renter on the A. T. Smith
farm, realised an average of 32 bushels
from 385 acres.
i A drove of horses consiting of 27
head passed through Lafayette-on their
! .. tl -tr.ll. . rni ;
, , ' , ' t i ! ii . ! were brought from Grant and Umatilla
columns with filthy language, or prosti- i . . , ,. , ,
A , . . .f, : . . , i. . . . ; eounties and were mostly work horses,
tute the power it thus incirtentallv holds I , . ,
to gratify personal nmlioe. Men who i
patronise disreputable journals are direct:! . Nu"r Uill"hor Chartsy MiU bl"w
ly responsible, in part, for the evils tjjey
gaged in b fight of a very disreputable
origin, and each killed the other. "What
we wish to commend is the noble course
of the Inlatvl mpirt in the matter. It
has all along been strenuously and man
fully battling against these evils in no
euivocil tones! It discards all thought
of whj-,1 is 'clitii2 in the premises, and
does' tattle manfully for the right It
claim n 'fjt'at the highest mission of the
press is to f.id iserajitv, uud hand in hand
with the Bebcoli'aud the ' Phmh, it is
practising its priiicipleH. How different
Ttseugk Kkaklas Like ast Aipea Leaf
With the chilli and ferrr. th victim uf miuii
till recorer by uahijr this i-elehmtrd pecific, wbioii mot
only Hrtaka up the most gfravl atUclM, but 'ra
Ttnti iheb rt:urrenc. It ia inSnlM.v pntfuuhle to
quinine, not sniy becauu it dot tb bunii.cw far iun(
thoroughly, but also on account of ita perfect whole
aomeucaa and invigorating action upon the entire aya
teio. t or sale br all DniciiUU and Dealars generally!
lite Very Best Material ua Mewt Lv
freved fatten. All Tistware awtele ef
gee Heavy SBaterial, am) mmm bejt
(he kteat work an rmnwyraU
WeaSsaholmeW AU Styles.
largo k Bail's and ,Ssro."1
Shot-Gun & Rifle ' Ammunition,
A fuU line 1
Pistols and levolvers!
pUr0 LifUOrSt Physicians' Prescription a.
IMPRISAHBLE PAHIT.A!ID..ATAUIIT!C-LEA0, &
A LAKOE AXnj WELUILtOTKB STOCK OF
1 School Book. Stationery,
Papotoric, x 1 " Ajburaj,
WATCHES AXD JEWELRY
Elegant Tases, Toilet Articles and Fancy motions!
Uaseeel. -fclu JNrt. Labritatia. Im u4 Saxamm.
'. Musical Instruments,
Prescriptions Carefully Comopunded. at ILbpurs
THE LITTLE JOKER
IU Wall Mil At A TIME:
large garawata, aaaall ones lew or many.
waahea tbesn clean: nerer tears efl or breaka bnttnp
cannot ruin the clothea e yaettcW; ia easily vorkeu
and avoids packing clothea befere a-aabing them.
And is Unequalled for Washing Wool.
Rtfermeet: . j
Mrs T. Robin Mrs J Reaa
Mrs M UintleT Miw Ctntbu llrarle
Mrs M A Mtlock Mrs It l.icno r
Mies WU Shell ; aire A E IN-nmi ton
Mrs Joe Kfcey Sirs V Vhiconb
kirs A t.Vi Mrs M J .'.rnolii.
aIEMS5 A ELY,
The Ohnrcli and Home."
A Etlidous JourneJ JpeTte t-
BIRD CAGES. 'FLOWER IttT
IIAGL BASKETS, j
KXKO ' TACKZ.Z!
Trout Basksts, Etc.
ISRIKD MOXTBLT. AT W'KSTOX.
.... Kj- I
273V Faaily Oagat-tovTako it.
OILS ! OILS ! nilS
. The Cndersiynad are aen? prepared to asll
CASTOR AND LARD OILS
Tlian they can be had this side of The DaUte.
kCall and get Prices "3
OOXaT. ate sac
Cm Tkxo Stork; Westox.
tsTTerau. SUM Pec Tear.l
BEV. E. y. lleKKI
NOTICE. ' !
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
is a never-fnilinir Cure
ffor Nervous I'eliilitv.
t'aralvMB. nnd nil t-nch
crrlble effectH an Loan
f Memury. Lassitude,
Aversion to Society,
:)imnesa of Vision,
N'oises ia the Head,
wild many other diseas
es that lead to insanity and death. DR.'
MINTIE will agree to forfeit Fivt Hundred
Dollars for a rase of this Vind th VITAL
RESTORATIVE (under his secial advise
and treatment) will not cure, or for anything
impure or injerioua funnd in it. DR. MIN
TIE treaty all Private Diseases suecexsfully
without mercury. Consultation Frkk.
Thorough examination and advice, including
analysis of urine, $5.00. Price of Vital Re-
creek bottoms irt this country east of the binder, had his horses run away and the storstive, 3.W a bottle, or tmr times tne
mountfuni. Th city of V eston sprung inachifi wan imtHbed. cjpt f price, or C. O. D., secure from nb-
into it. re,ent thriving dimension, en j Sitting Bull is bote dertod by hi. 1 l!7liNTllltt T uK?
riae t. rjet, ana ior some years attr its j warriors, at what ranut be to him an San Francisco, Cal
i .1 : iWTnftfta: . DR. MINTIBS KIDt lib
...,u....e v..wu "NKPHRETICUM. cnienall kinds of Kid
A rpvirt couies from Fort
Tarraers locSteri originally ajong the
they broke the essbingajof the separator
and gave hira a close osll for his life.
Also George Crane, while driving a eelf
binder, had his horses run away and the
inacliuae was smashed.
..e r . .KpHr!tTu;LJM(" c,,,, an uinris ol Kid-
y surrendered at Fort Keogh, and ! ney and Bladder comiiluints, Uonuorrlioeu.
0 t . m ol p:. ' Gleet, Leueorrhou, For aale by nil drap
ing sent to the Cheyenne River . fl M , Hix botttr.s r m
Asencv. A rpvirt
Peels that about 1 ,000 others are cosaing
into t.liat post, and now that doughty j all drugK"'
Indian wsnior Las ealy about 150 fight
DR. MINTIE'S DANDELION PILLS
are the boRt nnd cheajtKt DYSPEPSIA and
K1LL1UUS cure tn tiie ras-rset. i or sale by
Oomprlsiac heaTy-plxted Kaivee, Forks
A COMPLETE STOCK GF ROPE
Sold at Lowest rates tor a coed article.
I.axb Oma at LaOsaxos, Ogt Axig. It. l-WJ.
.ok e Is aercBT circa that tfae lolUnrinr Valued e t- -
" i tier (il.d notireol his intention to make fifnl proof '
u sjppcrl oi nis cnuaa ana ewure Baal entry thereof at
the epirr.ueej ef thirty dya treea the date t- if nut it-.
. MART Z. RCSSEU... " ! i
Widow of Sims Rnjoe". d..t'aseA. 'Ttornelt4d nrof :
a ill l nisdt before the t eui.ly JsSre at FeaSleton.
Cnia'ili County, Septeaiber 1H, 1SW, tor the V, sat. '
ai'. 10, T 4 S R, ii k, and names the following as bis
n'i'neMi., vii: James Kutch, A. II. Iiisd-Je C. -C I
tieias anil J. Scott, all of Wet'ton, 1 matllla counte. Oio- .
fc-oii. nt:.NRY W. D Hi ill
IOC10C OF PCTA38.
. i i
The Beat Spring Medicine ud ; Eeantl-
I fler of the Complexion ia use. Cure
! Pimples, Boils, Blotches, Neonlgia,
; Scrofula, Gout, Rheumatic and Hercuii
' al pains, and all Diseases Arisixif frora ss
1 irnpure state ef tke Bloed or Utst.
CtTdold by McCell k MilW.
ST. PAU18 SCHOOL,
A Boarding autl Day School
The Chrietmaa Term begins on Tbursd.iT, Bpt. 2
1$S0. It is Important far every pupil to be provut
the " "
FIRST DAY OF THE TERM!
For partletilars, call at the school oa Poplar Street,
beter. ea Scoond anl Third Streets, or Address the
PRINCIPAL, MB. l mt.
7-21-Sui valla valla, w. T.
nal, published every Saturday, at St California st. 8. F
FKAKK M. P1XLF.T. )
FRM. U. SOJsllKS, f "-
Valley Academy I
Mr. Alexander Hiiliaass, - i Boston, j
owns a eane whiIt, it is said, he is about !
to present to General Hancock. The ! Boarding and Oay SchtOl for Boyi
"Walla Walla, W. T.
i Second Tear Begin Monday, September
inception, the, lands adjacent tlie.rAto were
considered fit only or stock ranges.
iVben their astonishing fertility was die
sobered a fa years ago, those lands
wereimmedistely occupied, notwithstand
ing the elevation o seme parts, and the
uapromising prcspects of water. How
ever those 'farmers depended upon "Wes
ton for their supply ef water, fitted up
their wagons for it. and hundreds ol bar
mils were carried out of the rity some
days. Tho summer of 1879 was unusal
ly dry, and at this'time neighboring far
mers were building oisterns and filling
them from "Weton wells. The usual dw.
maad. make upon thi few pumps on Main
ow that some of
tbrrir owners were'eigeij to lock them.
At the' same time other wells' vere open,
ontaining abivdi)iee of wafor, on other
streets, besides springs above the city
whiiph never oease flowing copiously. ! ,
luiu ouziuaiexj ice rUMr ' v iv. . i: .1 J u: i
abeut scarcity et w afer at "Weston. '
Westou ha. shrays water, and to spare i 'VevV Yoakam, of Coo.
Of a quality unsurpassed, I. is not .Ik., j river' aiJed bv "f T dhtw nJ on hlrwi
line, henoe etranawrs do not reou w t ! v -,-
edure a few weeks sickness befere get-: 8ui"Bl"r. Wddown 1,600 found. , " ' ' . '
ting sxcpxtomed to its use. We bow I f Utttr TV'U she xFi realu i J- c: " tavlos.
this win sati.fv the ii o. henceforth. : ' r"? Ptt.na " vam nv i The weDtoot Kestaurant.
The AnnosaVT is essentially a California publication
.bright, breezy of the PaciMc and the medium of the
good things of current literature. Sent, poet paid, to
uiy addreSF, upon receipt ef 4.00 yearly subscription.
ean is over 140 years old, with a carved
head on which is the name of the first
owner, Thorns Hancock, an eminent mer
chant of Bostoa, who in 1737 built the !
well ' remembered Hancock House on '
BIS MftTITlTIttX vrVKBft A THOaT-
oazh Endiah and elaantl eonne. Hove lire-
pared for college a Specialty. Taition 110, 16, 20
and S2 according to ciaas, per term, (half year.) Board
ani waMuoff, siioper tarat or zo weeks, for rurwes
uuus, aoarcse we rnncipai.
Kev. J. t. NcOKHET. A.. K. n..
(F. O. box 203 Walla Walls. W. T-
oweth's son, when sliding off a hay stack,
fell en a sharp stik that ran between
the.inusclee aud bone of the forearm,
faring him suspended in horrible agoay,
S. F. SHARP, M. D.,
Pi73iclaa, Surgeon, anl Accoucheur
OFFICE Over Warner' t Furniture
Store, Centerville, Or.
NoUce in Lcr-by yiven Uiat Cham. A. Bamitt hu tbl
day ruadft anplicmtitjM tt f urHuM umivr lb- act oJ Com- ;
HTit tiprrei June dt 187. titled an "Axri fttr thm
aale at T:cilcr I.aodg in the state
JSevnaiei. and in Waamni
10 in 1' a S of R 3ftK. limJ tirnef avnai ,ut,-i an. tn i
be iriiule at tq cxpiratioa of amy Oavn from Ur foW of ! CATARRH. LOSS
N IMMEDIATE AND PERMANENT
sintheStatf.rdCaliioroia.Oreiir.r. 1 aTlCuRE lOr COUGHS. COLDS. AtTH-
r-'ptchrro't, ! MA. BRONCHITIS, CROUP. INFLUENZA,
Notice is hereby gieen that Jobs F, Adam ha this
oay niade applicattoa at thiauaceto purchase under the
act of Congress approved June Sd, liTS, entitled, "an
Art tor the sale of Umber laada in the fr'tntw. of t'ali- i
fomia, Oregon, N'erada and Washington Territarv," the i
Se( of See 10 T S K, B SSK. Final proof and purchase J
arc tobc made at thr-eipiralio of aUtydatetmra this j
notice. Hksst Uwii'KT.' Keaistrr.
Latlrasda, Or. Jaly S, 1SS9. J-17-S0-9v
of VOICE. Incipient
Consumption, snd ail ' Diseases of tht
Throat and Lungs. Ask for tho Cali
fornia Pulmonary Balsam, and take m
other.': .- ,
rsM trf all sv.aictata:
E. L. Cil ESSlZ, .
- pe.VIVk ix ; "
Watcheri, docks. Jewelry,
SHytHrare,' SpecUcls', t.old
! Repairing' a Specialty I
mWH ivi, V IIVfWN VI
! 1 ' ' ' sV- ! 1 a T- 1
W rW ;t ..t ool,. tv. .1., a suincieiio uay .or oer now,
the city that helps to keep it aliv, ' j Us i0 tOD8 t? f"r whici djnt
! '"iS"i; v"'JS yit isrswo a reaoy msr-
SaUcriU for the LkaJKB.
MlHitM lav HWavrr rat Walto Walls.
' ' - ?
J. H. RALEY.
Snneyer and Civil Engineer,
Tow a Flats made and Lands Loeoted.
emct-ll tke Ceart Hoase.
. v. -' e .
N. DUtENBERY CO.'S
STILL CONTINUES on s CASH BASIS, and we hare
jnat received unusually Urge invoices of Iry Oouls
Clothing, Uents' Furnishing Roods, boots and Shoes
Urocries and Provisions, which we are prepared to sell
at the LOWEST possible rates FOR CASH. ' Grain
Bacon, Lard, tic., taken in exchange for merchandise
awineuiBer me piacevoppveKa twwarstore, Uaui hrcot
WaitOB. Or. - I' rAm-..
ond of Water it.
3, A aRFEN
ateaVf - s-.y ,'.,v'.t.
Kaapo content! oa 1 -fc'id ripply a! Mcr,
tirwra, eaats, 6S,'aft til irr.rti3 n Hr.rp
reeaise gaud Sf esbsasl. . , . '
rrwsayt K(iioo given to 'etrxA ar or svtsht
too ess-wt txt eaaapte groomis eJya-, )mt , t.
IJVI 01 IrE 18 HKEF.BT CtVrjI THAT JAMES
JhKI Killian haa this day made application to pur
chase under the act of June S, 1S7S, entitled, "An act
lor tfae sale of timbered lands is the States of California
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," the Nwi
of Sec. U. UK, H ME. . Final proof aad purchase
to be asade at the expiration at sixty days publication
hereof, and within ninety days from date hereof.
UKNKY W. DWIOHT.
Dated August , 1SB0. Register.
l avs Omce AT LaOsesns, On., Aug. S. 1SS0.
Notice ia hereby givea that the following-sauted
ertUrr has Sled notice of bis intention to make final
proof ia rapport of his claim, and secure Snal entry
tbe'eof at the expiration of thirty davs from the date of
thia net lee, via:
AKCHIBALT J. PATTI80jr. 1
Pn-x-mptioa No. 14W. Will make proof at For dletou.
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" -30IXOK XBOH8 stnil lfrT Sai
so ao iuq moif poqapuig sseodmd tatpime; joj
I'M iHa county, before Dwirht A Hail or. Votaries Pub.
no, tor the wi, awt a awt, awt
lie, on September IS. 1SS0.
e ni, swj ot see. It, T 3 N, H f S L, and names the
following aa hia witnesses, vis: A. S. Mdirew, A. J.
Wise, Alfred Watte aad C. M. Long, all of Weatoa,
Umatilla aouaty, Oregon. H. W. Da-urr, Kwrtater.
W. H. ROWLAND,
PHYSIO-MEDICAL or botakic
Iscoaaa t Wnessa as. Child rea, IHshtharia and
. t iirttnic t,umpiamia, i t-strscung of Teeth a .vsse
ialty. Consultation Free at ssy OSkc, next do to
lieffman A Morrie', CtKTJJtVlXK, Or.
SUKVKYOR ASO fVW- AUptEOt.
OCATED AT WELLS' SPaiNGS. UstATILJ.A no
U naJi.'lrtrilyriea-tarsrrtag land laeatcd
aahttia ao weu to eorrespeoaeram aJea. f eMrsvkU, Kt.
W V... i . . T
W, rT; COOK,
8.oaui. ? sijooa
e pool e osiy cMrnJUBaT .tas Q
s intdas psoS w pant ajavnj - J
tJiB adwaja m jaaassn
ta tiJalaj aaeaj a ja iAaalanaj
swpiHt Bare ej. jae awSswiSM Saitn
; . , . ki saa-iv?ia vr- I
siWri 'MS ttHOUIf 8
I Snfqqor iwaaaa
LIVERY and FEED STABLE,
s 'UlLTONsOREGO;.. ; j
JOHH DUSTAJT, rprletr. j
V'Wsid Turnouas aad SaddV Hayaas
r.m-i-r- r:styf bay and grain alwa-s a
tv ef bay and grain s-wi
Charts to 0M Co tei