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About Weston weekly leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 1878-189? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1880)
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KALKS KLAMES K0ETE0TJSNES8 I
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1880.
For Lead, Oils sad Colon, call at the City
Drug Store, Weston. .
Sum Frists. For a Rood photojrtph go
to Palmer's gallery at Milton.
ST. Johx HoTKL. Siee the advertisement
of the new hotel is another column.
Called. CoL Parker of the W. W.States
mm, dropped in mi us kit Monday.
Ladies. Bread at Punly'a four loarea for
two bits. Much better than taking it.
FARMER. Mac .till cling to the idea that
he U a practical, bard working farmer.
ASOTHKK. At Cold Spring Oct 15th, to
the wife of W. P- Oveneaa danghur.
Webfoot oil in the chief in putrid aore throat
or d'pbthwi. For sale by McCoU and Mil
ler. III. We re. to announce that the wife
of our esteemed' wiiaman, S. V. Knox, ia
DlPTHEBlA. We leurn that this dreaded
disease U ugain prevalent In the vicinity of
WELCOME. Steen, the invincible, hua re
turned from liia trip to Sleiu, looking ha e
and hearty a ever.
8TRANCK. Money seems to be still in de-
all classes. Pay up ia the I
watchword and reply.
School. Mr. Frazier is giving excellent
satisfaction at Milton, aa teacher. But that
haa alwaya been tier record.
-BRICK. Mr. H. B. Nelaon haa turned ont
iminenae quantities of brick thisaeason, equal
in quality to any in the country.
KesT. Oh ! for a Iodise in Homo vast wilder
neat in which the garrulous drummer ia uu.
-kuowtr, is the refrain of our merchants.
LECTURE. Next Monday evening Prof.
Taylor, of Milton, will deliver an address at j
that place oil Odd fellowship.
RETURNED. The genial countenance of I.
T. itee'se agiiin greets ns on the streets. Life
at Salem seem to hove agreed with him.
1 GOOD. Mr. J. S. Morgan is building a
cosy residence in Mi-Morri addition. Ass'm.ii
".aa completed ho will move into town to live.
COIS. It U now after harvest! Mut
have money. Call and settle. Your bill is
ready for .too. J. E. Jones.
Goino. Donley's two-story brick on tl e
-corner of Main & Water street, ia going up
ropidly. Who snys Wcsion is a flourishing
STYLIsn. McColl & Miller have just re--eeived
a beautiful assortment of gold rings,
-canvtt, amethysts etc. J also silver watches
f the Wt mke. . ;
HUGE. Messrs-. Siilin i i.eese have the
n-.oat citenstv and vnr ed atick of general
inerhuudi!e in Umatilla county. No trouble
to liow good. Call and see them.
Teams. We were np at Proebstcl Bro.'a
grist-mill one day this week, and there were
only 27 teams loading and unloading, or wait
ing for their turn; and it was not a uood day
for teams either.
MttTOJf, Oct 18tb,18SO.
Ediiort Leader i- ., v
Vf give you a few items from Milton, that
you may know we still exut.
Dr. Weston has almost completed his drag
We have a Gne school in progress. Frofes
sor Taylor and Mrs. Fourier know how to
carry on a good school.
J. Dastuu is doing quite a livery business.
The farmers are using every exertion possi
ble to get in Urge crops. ...
Dr. Malock Son are patting in twenty -six
hundred acres of grain in one body.
J. B. Williaiusou is doing a thriving mer
There have been several weddings of late.
and it seems to be contagions, fur several more
are in contemplation for the near future.
Well, what is the matter with Cox? Who
threw that dab into the bnsh aud Cox jumped
out instead of the rabbit ? Poor Cox ! we feel
sorry for him. We think Mr. Cox rather
broad in his hints about the man who went
np to Blalock'a precinct the day preceding the
election. Everybody knows that Mr. Hun
gate did go there the day preceding the elirc
tiun, for the purpose of taking the e'ection
laws to that precinct that they might hold a
ltigal election; bit no person ever thought of
Mr. Hungate's middling with the poll books,
a-id we think that Mr. Cox ia entirely out of
place to make any anch intimation about him.
for there is not a man in Umatilla county that
ia personally acquainted with Mr. II ui gate
that would believe it. All we can aee in Mr.
Cox's letter is, that -yon are another."
The Mil n Hancock Club is prospering
V ilton is solid for the great sold er.
Bed Bock Democrat.
That CmatUla "Speech" Did It,
ST. JOHN HOTEL
The Efctrjr Organ.
This fine instrument is now offered for sale
on easy terms, delivered to customers in anv
part of the country, and fully warranted fr
five years. The WEBER and other first-class
Piunns at the lowest prices.
Also sheet music and music books. Orders
by mail will receive prompt attention. In
struments tuned and repaired. Price list sent
on application. Address all orders to A. B.
Stanley, Walla Walla, W. T.
The St. John Hotel.
This commodious hotel is now ready for the
reception of guests. It has been fitted up
with an eye to comfort, regardless of cost.
The bedrooms are neat, well furnished and
nicely carpeted. The dining room is spacious
and conveniently arranged. No expense will
be s) aveci to furnish the tuble at all times with
the test the market affords. The hotel will
be under the management of Mrs. Raley,
who e reputation as a landlady is a sufficient
guarantee il.at travelers and others will re
ccive tbe Let; attention, llie &t. Joun is a
credit to the city aud wo hope to see it liber
The V.ij we do it 1b FcniUeton.
YI3LD. On the farm of F. w. Jolins, on
Beed Mountain, ia a Geld of about 60 acres.
This was sown in wheat on the 1st of May
The yield ia 34 bushels to the acre and 62 tbs
to the bushel. This ia a pretty prolific yield,
considering the mwoii.
CiXCOIT Court. When you go to court
next week do not forget the old host, E. Baker
of .the Pendleton Hotel, who ha made first-
class arrangements to accommodate his pat
rons Everything in this house ia conducted
in the best style, end the (able is always
BUH.WAY. Last Wednesday evening
span of holies that tired of standing before a
saloon ran a ay. There were a Uaf and two
or three children in the hack at the V'me the
team started. The lady lowered the children
in the dust without any serious injutvv, but in
attempting to jump out herself, sustained
severe sprain of the ankle.
REVEILLE, We are in receipt of the Brat
number of the liaktr County Iteeeillf, pub.
liahed at.Baker City, by Messrs. M. 11. Ah
bott & Sons. It is well tilled with good read
able matter. ' The Reveille ia to be "a fiim
and judicious advocate of sound morals, relig
ion, the arts aud sciences, agriculture and ed
ucation." It is independent in politics. We
wish it 1000680.
Sea. Craas la last,
There is no doubt that those whoso strong
ly advocated the nomination of Gen. G'ant in
1880 have only postponed their hopos for four
years and will then make a more determined
effort to accomplirh what they so narrowly
missed at Chicago this year. The thinl term
snake is only "scotched,'' not killed; but when
a ease of backache or kidney complaint gives
way before the Oregon Kiduey Tea, the sur
render is final and complete, and it will never
rise again. Sold by all dealers.
I M I III
: Kb more credit at Cook & Irvine 'a Drng
Store, Centerville; and those indebted to them
either by note or account are earnestly solicit
ed to settle the sum immediately..
Pendleton, Oasc Oct. 20, 1880.
Eds. Leader: Doubtless, there are times in
the career of every indivinual, when they stop
short the great earnest work of life, to ask
What has the harvest been ?" And we appre
hend that few persons have better reasons for
asking the question, or more cause for expect
g u satitifactery answer than our friends.
Air. mid Mrs. A. W. Nye bad on last evening.
On yesterday it became noised around
among the large circle of Mr. and Mrs. Nyes
friends, that their fifteenth marrirge anui
verery nod arrived, bo it was secretly yes,
we may say clandestinely decided that the
jolly couple were entitle to. and shonld receive
a surprise that would force them to fay. truly
we h.'ve not lived in vain. Iu persuanee of
this idt a, at an early hour in the,, evening,
about titty persons, members of the first fami
lies of our town, met at the house of Ym.
Beagle, bringing with thtm rare prc-ents, for
the object of their consideration, and baskets
well filled with all that is calculated to ma'ie
a boy's mouth water. From here the march
was taken np for Mrs. Nye's residence. On
arriving they found their usual hearty wel
come awaiting them. But imagine, if you can,
the amazement of the Host and Hostess, when
their visitors begau to make them rich pres
ents, vveimagiue iney inouyiir, verny, a
crystal fountain had been opened up. The
following is a list i f the presents and by whom
made : Mis. W. H. Marshall, cake plate;
Mrs. J. B. Keeney, set fine goblets; Mrs. B.
Alexander, iruit dish; Mrs. N. liendrvx,
fish clobe; Mrs. E. Beagle, cake plate; Mrs.
A 11. btarkweather, preserve dish; Mrs. S.
Uothchild, fine lamp; Mrs. Win. Switzlar,
fine lump; Mrs. I haa Seeley, fruit dish; Mis.
Wai. Leagle, g.ar s ptclier; Mrs. 1. hexter,
frail dish; i.rs. Jomi fewitzler, butler Uisti;
Mrs. Dr. La Dow, butter dish; Mrs. Win
Matlock, preserve dish; ..irs. li. biover, wine
glasses; A.is. Mattie La Dow, wine g.asse-;
and Mrs. M. Cotlee, tine glusse: all of the
above were extra quality. After the presents
were all made, aim m ny hexxty thamis given
in exchange, the gue3ts were usheied into the
parlor, where Mrs. btaiKwcaiher, Mrs Beagle,
Mrs Seeley and others, oispensed some very
tine vocal and instrumental music. Then
it was announced that refreshments awaited
our attention. On repairing to the diniu.
room, the table presented a richness and
splendor which it has seldom been our priv
ilege to behold. In fact we would say.
tlint it litterally groaned under its loud of
j:md things, if it were not, that big news
paper hditors always say that on every
ccufion tiiat they are asked to dine. When
all had partaken freely of the aumptous
fe.st, a general good time was enjoyed
until a late hour when the guests took their
leave, with many wishes that the host aud
hosiers wight live to celebrate their diamond
wedding. We seldom have met with so large
an assembly, who seemed to evince so much
real hearty good will and real friendship for
each other. The affair ia surely a bright lau
rel in ibe cap of Pendletona social history.
We o uld not but think, as w e looked at the
happiness wlikh Dervadee the countenance of
all present, there surely ia much ia life than
u ueisacr aouow uats nor untrue,
i: i AxOKYItors.
Who is Eocksf Whence came ha, and
whither doth be listeth ? And why must we
marvel all the day long at this outstretched
snap-and-catchim carpet-stretcher, when we
wot not why this is thus? 'Way over the
hills and far in the heuce comes the sepul-
chural and everlasting tone. Eox ! What t
it, and who got it up? Is it a splinter from
Cleopatra's needle, or an embryo churn-dasher,
or is the E. O. just tampering guililessly, so
to speak, with our feeliuks? And if the
"spinul-ceremen-brogpntitus" should take this
Calks, would there ever be any more little
Cawkses! And if perchance ( e like the way i
that perchance comes in) and if perchance
there are some little ones, ia it safest to can,
or just pickle them, and how and when and
where, aa it were, would one best take hold of
it? Did Darwin I wish we had a pocket
Darwin Did Darwin ever see a Cawk-ea
evolved, or do they just come out of the Uma
tilla river to bask on the banks, and eat buds
and get caught in their boat just as they go to
There must he something of it; for there
was a Washington, and there was the black
Airican Aiagxiau, anil there was also an
Alladin. So was there a hatchet and a lump !
These were all "sous of the sires of '76 more
or less. Therefore, every chubby one of them
did it with his little hatchet. At this ad
vanced age of Geological research, who then,
and by what authority I repeat the searching
question who can lay his homy palm on his
bosom, and with well feigned virtue, veracity,
faith, hope, charity aud too numerous to men
tion; say there is no tatiivesf lint cruel dis
gressiou ! To our subject; there is of the Oak
species let me repeat it there is the pin
oak, (!) the black oak, (!) the white-oak. (!)
the yellow oak, (!) the button-wood oak, (!)
the pine oak, (!) and etcetera, &c, and might
we not go on, and on and ON that way with
just the simple oaks? then winit, O, what!
we say, would be the grand glorious, healthy
magnitude of the oak number did we ruth
lessly venture to compound them, so to speak.
But the oak, gentle reader is not to be taken
into immediate connection with the subject.
for it isn't pertinent; its allegorical, under
stand. It is intended simply to illustrate the
Cos! For instance, (now take up the meas
ure and scan poetically) there is the chicken
cocks, (!) the ship-calks, (!) the this doesn't
just rhyme right the cox-comb, (16th, the
weather-cocks, the Umatilla-Cox (J) and the
stop-cocks! Now you catch the idea ?
Now to proceed with that, which is abso
lutely pertinent to our subject, we shall quote,
and also omit the paraphrase from part of col
umns 2nd and 3d, page 2nd, E. 0. Oct. 16,
18S0, but not in prose. Cox appears best in
poetry, and while our muse hankers about, or
loiters, as it were, we'll humor it. Here goes
The cause of their enmity towards my,
Self is well known to me and !
Dates back to a speech I made in U ?
Matilla during the campaigne
(Keep your mind on the sentiment, and re
member; we're running this thing on f hemi
stich, tho' touching, childlike, upon spondee
everybody knows what spondee is (?) but
we proceed :)
Preceding the June election in,
The course of my remarks I took oc.
Casion to comment upon two,
Slanderous publications a p.
Tearing in the Leader against
Dr. LaDow our present Coun.
Ty Judge and T. J. Lucy late,
Candidate for sheriff on the ;
But before going on with it dear, forbearing
reader, and right here indulge us a little for
explanation, as this Cox business is quite a
lengthy affair, we wer going to add, that as
prose writing is not our forte, we d rather
continue in a poetical strain but we needn t,
really have thrown in that remark, for recog
nized genius needefno apology, owing to the
fact that more pathos, requires us to do the
clean thing" with Cox. For this is the Cox
th it made the speech, that Pendleton built,
that sits on the rher, that flows to the town,
that built the school house, that Cox spake
his spoke in.
Now to proceed with 3ft. verse, Trochee-
Trochee is something that should be pulled by
hand, not shook off to-wit.:
This drew forth an apol,
Ogy to Jddge LaDow.
On the part of Doctor,
Williamson who was pres;
Eut and I think the con!
See! You notice the gliding? Pay.no at
tention to the rhyme. 0, one could make it
rhyme, but that's not the essence of poetry.
Our object in the main is to translate the au
thor "Coques" in hissil!imity his greatness,
aye ! his aid. Now Ictus scrutinize
"I renounce all Commiuiicilioti by written
or spoken word wtli them," says Cox: To
retounce has its hearing. Whrn a well caiti-
vated, and properly reared renunciation gets
up a tioom, it snows ear-marks ot division
hence, let us hang our hoes on that word re
noviice, they'll stick. Communication: Wei
it has a tinge of vacancy aliout something
akin to vacuity, or non-eutity. We cannot
so hastily drop it. Should we, however, we
trust as a whole, the usual conveyance of ideas
might, as would the State of Uregon iu case
A'ox stepped off it, not tip up, at that end.
the "Cm" that went
Mala Street, Weitan, Or,
THIS HOTEL IS JUST FINISHED,
Aud is now open for the reception of guests.
The Tables -
Will at all times be furnished with the very
beat the market affords.
Are all new, and the rooms have been fur
nished in the neatest style and with every con
venience usually found in a first-class house.
Is nnder the care of the well known
Keeper, Mits Kaley.
8, A. JOHX, Paoprletor.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the first
Monday iu November, the Board of Equaliza
tion will meet at the office of the County
Clerk of .Umatilla County, Oregon, to public
ly examine the assessment rolls and correct all
errors, etc. w h. kussell,
1" - Notice.
i Land OQee at LtCnrcde, Or., Ocr.19, 180.
Knt.lMt Is herehv riven tliat the followinu-namsd tat
tler has filed notice ot hi. InteMion to make Si: si proof
in support of Lis claim, and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration oi tnirty aaye irom u w m
notice, vu : .
Homestead No. 884, before the County Judge at Pendle-
on. Umatilla county, Oregon, on Aovemocr zzu, low
for t.he V A of SE 4 : SE i of SE i of Sec 22. and NE i
of NE J of Sec 27, Tp S N. R 36 E, WM, and names the
lolioKing as nia witntuse, vis: iuun urauaiu, u.m
Koster, George DeUaven and James Lawrence, all of
Walla Walla, w. r. ni.r w. vwiuur.
Oct 1S-&W utrjuuer.
FKESE-S HAMBURG TEA "
la tbebeat iamihr medione. and trill be U jad en '
trial to be the most easy, natural s&d coralortaM
aperient obtainable. .
com nimmanii iV ' .
. will act rently oaih bo eta, remove wind, care
-besttbura, ettratemaeh-wd dixxraetaaad promote
Cfcfiart ttsSBCRQ TEA
Land Oftice at La Osaxds, Or., Oct. 11, 1830.
Notice is hereby iriven that the following named set
tler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof
in s pport of his claim, and secure final ontry thereot
at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this
j. h. Mclean.
D. S. No. 1741, -before Register & Receiver, at LaGrande.
Oregon, on November 24th, 1880, for the NE of Sec 3'2,
Tp 5 N, R SS E, WM, and names the following as his
inion, George Camuchae' and Andrew J. Wise, all of
weston, uinatiiia county, uregon.
XI. TO . IWIUHT,
Oct 16-Sw Register.
mands to col
lect all Notes
Due Us. We
notice that all
debts due' us
PAID AT MATURITY.
If we have ever accom
modated vzu in thi past,
v-o us the favor to return
the Compliment now. I
SAL.ING & REESE.
the mct effectual remedy for SMuiaobe. riddtnees.
i nerveus oi pi'cirm, peiuiiauon es -100 neart, nsa-tu4-ndiniiltesUtr
.. J-.-T - . . -
PESITS HAMBURG TEA '
will relieve the worst eases Of mettmatnu and gout
prevent gravel and stone in the Madder, and em
all rllinssn ot the kidneys. , -
PESET8 HAMBURG TEA '
gives speedy and durable relief in bSious and liver
. complaints, weak digestion, shivering, spasms, low
spirits and irritability, . -
PES E-8HAMBURG TEA '
ia invaluable as a remedy for the piles. It has been
tryed for manvveanand has given great satisfaction.
H yon are afflicted try it.
PESKS HAMBURG TEA
purines and cleanses the blood, and removes all
scrofulous affections. It is health-giving, refreehiar
f has an established reputation as an efneadous remedy
for sudden and severe colds,coughs fevers and ague,
asthma and phthisis.
FRESH'S HAMBURG TEA
cures chronic, nervous and sick headache, nervous
depression, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, pimples
on the face and freckles.
Lasd Orrm at LaGrande, Or., Oct. 12, 1880.
Kottre !. heretrv irlven that the fo'lowlng-named set
tler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof
In suppoit of her claim, and secure nnai entry tnereoi at
the XDiration of thirty days from the date ot this notice.
STELLA E. SICKLER.
D. S. No, 241S, before R. A. Btcel, Notiry Public at
Weston, Umatilla county, Oregon, on November 22d,
1880, for tbf S J of f'W i and N f of Sw J of Sec 84, Tp 4
N, R 37 E, WM, and names the following as ber witness
es, vis: DelosH. Coffin, of Walla Walla. W. T., and
Thomas J. Allen, Reuben Kinney and George T. Berry,
of Milton, Umatilla county, uregon.
H. Vt. D wioht,
Oct 16-5w ' Register.
CRESE'S HAMBURG TEA
Is a gentle laxitlve and tonic; improves the appetite
cures dyspepsia, and counteracts the effect i mala- .
nous poison. ; .
FRESFS HAMBURG TEA ,
cures constipation, diarrhosa and dysentery; beer
tain in results, and corrects all disturbances of the -stomach
and bowels. .
FRESH'S HAMBURG TEA - ." """ -is
a pleasant remedy for boils, carbvtrreles, blocekm. "
ulcerated and running sores, scabialt rfaeuna, Stat .
FRESE-S HAMBURG TEA ..."
is used successfully for lostid breath, -scald head,
ringworm, itch, prickly-heat, ssMesous ulcers and
skin disss ses generally-
Fuss's ham suae tu
has no equal in the entire range of thtTasaaeopii
as an anti-sorbutic, altemaUve, m iiaiaintive and
CTtfBBl'S HAHBOBO TBA
gives a tone ot health and elasticity te the whole
system and will prevent almost any diseass if used
at least asce a month.
J. E. JONES !
Land Office at LaGrande, Or., Oct. ll, 1880.
Notice Is hereby given that the following named set-,
tier has filed notice of his intention to make final proof,
in support of his 'ilaim. and secure final entry thereon
at the expiration .oi thirty daya from the date of this
D. S. No. 1769. before Register & Receiver at LaGrande.
Oraron. on November 24th. 1880. for the E 1 of SE 1 of
Sec 31, Tp 5 N, R 35 E, WM. and names the following as
Lis witnesses, viz : Andrew Wise, Z. I. Fawcett, Law
rence Hutchinson and John McLean, all of Weston,
Umatilla county, Oregon. H. W. Dwiout,
Oct 16-Sw Kecister.
In the Circuit Court of tlie State of Ore
gon for the County of Umatilla :
Lynch Tanderpool, plaintiff, vs. M. E. Tanderpool,
To M. E. Yanderpoot, the above named defendant.
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the. complaint
filed against you in the above entitled suit, within ten
days from the date of the service of this Summons upon
you; if served in this uounty, or, 11 served in any other
County of this State, then within twenty daya from the
date of the service of this Summons upon you; or if
served by publication, then on or before the first day of
the next regular term 01 tne saia uoun wnicn win oe
begun and holden at Pendleton in said County and
State, on Monday the 26th day ot October, A. D. 1880.
And 11 you mil so to appear ana answer saia complaint
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in his complaint herein, namely : A decree of
said court dissolving tne marriage contract now exist
ing between th plaintiff and defendant, and for sucu
other and further relief as is equitable in the pemises.
Atfy for Plaintiff,
Published by order of Hon. L. L. McArthur. Judge of
said Court, made at Chambers on the 17th day of sept.
1880. Bepu 19-OW
(TaXSl'S BAMBrRO TU
is a triumph in medicine; harmless yet efficacious.
Invaluable in the family, at the mines, on the road,
at sea, and everywhere.
Cksss's Atoms TSA
the best medicine for chidren. As a Spring rem
edy nothing comes near to it. Everybody should
use it at the change of season.
EMU FEE'9 HAMBIBH TEA
is for sale by every Druggist, Grocer and County Mer
chant on tne racinc uoast. sept is era
3.S3UIH am nils 09 saaiajjg
aOIJXMi XHOHS inK prrUI hkm
10 . o JiO moii psusitunj sssodjrnd Jurpimq aoj
Laud Ojtice at La Gsahde, Ogn , Cct. 4, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that the following named set
tler haa filed notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration 01 thirty days from the date of this notice,
4' HAMILTON GANS.
Homestead No. Z58. before the County Judge, at Pen
ton. Uruatilla coimty. Oregon, on .November 12th. 18S0.
for th S E i-oi See 26, Tp 5 N, R 35 E, W M, and names
the following as his witnesses, viz : William Clark, of
Milton, ana u. w . Henaerson. Lewis ttaniDO ana J. 11
Walden,of Wesson,. ail of Uinatil'a county, Oregon.
Hej.Br w. Dwkjht,
P. S. This is not
through Philadelphia with roll of bread nn
der his arm, and afterward killed ten thousand
Philistines with the jaw-bone of another man's
horse, is it? S. B. J. .
Lard Officii at LaGrande, Ogn Aug. 16. 1S80.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named set
tler has filed notice of Lis intention to matte fin I proof
in support ot hie claun and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration of thirty day s irom -the date of this notice,
JOHN F. MOCK,
D. S. No. 2452, before Dwight ft Bailey, Notaries Pub
lic, at Pendleton, Oregon, on November 3d, 18S0, tor tho
W iof NEJand E J of NW Jpf Sec 8 Tp4N, R36E,
and names the followfng as his witnesses, viz : Cvrus
C. Shumway, Luther W. Place, Nathan Sams and Jacob
Demerfs, aH of Weston, Umatilla county, Oregon.
Hkxrt W. Dwioht,
Oct2-5w . Register.
All kinds of
Shelf-Hardware Constantly oa
hand, for sale cheap. !
A Large Assortment of i
. ' f
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the Tery Best Material and Host Ap
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good heavy material, and none but
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Burgon A Ball's and "Kangaroo."
Shct-Gun & Riflo Ammunition,
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"The ObM and Home."
A Religious Journal Devoted to
Issued Monthly at Weston.
Every Family Ought to Take it.
OTenns, $1.00 Per Tear, fa
RET. E. W. MOKKIHOX CdUer.
Marble Works. D. J-Coleman, Walla
Walla, is proprietor of the Marble Works, -nd
prepared to furnish Head Stones, Monuments
and everything else in his line, at reasonable
rotes, li. F. Mansfield, is agent for Center-
vilk aud Weston, and is aathorued totekej Oshosa.MK Vsastiihv c... Oregon.
orders and pve receipt.
LlXD OmcB at La Grande, Or., Sept. 27. 1830.
Notice is hereby eiven that the fo'.lowine-named set
tler has filed notice of bis intention to mike final proof
in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice,
JAMES B. DERST.
D. S. No. 1952, before R. A. Bteel, a Notary Public, at
Weston, Umatilla county, Oregon, on November 3d 1330,
far the SE t NE of Sec U Tp 6 N R 7 E and 8 i NW 1
andSW.ME.of See7TpSN, R8SE.aad naiues the
foOowtiicas his sritoesses, vii: Thomas P. Page, of
WaHm aHa. W. T..ad John sjr. jmH James Ounn
BIRD CAGES, FLOWER POTS
Trout Baskets, Etc.
RodgerS' '" Cutler Y
Comprising heavy-plated Knives, Forks
A COMPLETE STOCK OF A0P
SoU at twstns for a rood antcl
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This article, possessing the 'most delicate :
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Used in bathing, it imparts energy and
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by all. . - ' .
SUNBURN, FRECKLES AND FHVIPL.ES !
And, dilated with water, it makes an excel
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th Teeth, sweetness 'to the Breath, and ren
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