Weston weekly leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 1878-189?, December 11, 1880, Image 4

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tfcftBiK-KUL. '
Milk is on'y 25 cent gallon In Boise
City. , . "" ' ,
There are 237 f.ost officii in Washing
ton Territory. " -
A post office &m leea published at
Hnntsville. tie ne tou t between Waits
burg and Dayton.
The PuLlifc School Gaxtte is the naiiio
of a paper just started at Dayton. We
acknowledge receipt of initial number.
Houses to reiit in Vancouver are as
Mstrw as hen's teeth. . The 8ame here in
Bcrard, Ectler, Hampton, . Pendleton,
and Thurman declared ainst the claims
of SpofTord, and others are now being
added to the list."
The Sigma Chi fraternity of the vari
ous colleges, of the country have been
holding a conelave'm Washington during
tho past few dayi On Thursday the
proceedings closed by a- trip to Mount
' Vernon and a banquet in the evening.
Yesterday afternoon Neverson, alias
"Babp," Bedford", and Queenan expiated
the crime of murder upon tine gallows.
Last spring a young man named Hirth,
Wtwtou: afd hen frnit is equally scarce, j of respectability, and -worth was brutally
New Trc.tiir has leen agreed upon as j assaulted fey several blacks in the even-
the plaee for holding the Washington j lug. a he was proceeding homeward after
Teachers' Institute, on the second Tues
day in August next.
A Stilcooui correspondent tells of a
01 via Mun.li apple grown then this
year which weighed two fmunis, nitusur
iog seven inches in diaaiter
There is some talk of starting another
l)aily in Walla Waiia. We don't know
whether it is business enterprise, or envy
or only talk.
The wave of crime, sots the Idaho
Democrat, whii.L swept over Eastern Ore- j
gon and Washington has reached this
basiness, and his death was the result.
Three of his assailants were convicted of
the murder, and two were hung, while
the sentence of the third was commuted
to imprisonment for life. The general
impression was that the- President would
intervene in the case of .the two victims
of the law,-but such proved fortunately
not to be the case. The1 example is a
very salutary one and will have its effect
accordingly upon the dangerous classes
of the District.
' It is understood that the question of
who will be the successor of the late
torr.ion of Irlalin
t i e .1 tt T , i "Old Probabilities," has been finally set-
Bro. Beeson of the Vancouver Itfle- . . . . . .
Ul by the rrestdent appointing General
Miles as Chief of the Signal Service
Department. He is at present Colonel
of the Fifth U. S. Infantry and is known
pendent does not like to loan his printing
utfiea to every one that comes along.
But then Beeson always was a funny
fellow. '
The oldest church tower in America
belongs to an Episcopal church at Taco
ina, Washington Territory. It is an im
mense fir tove, surmounted by a bell and
cross, and bearing rings which show its
age to be t least 275 years.
Cipt. Monson, one of the great tem
perance evangelists of Southern Idaho,
a:iys the Good Templars are corralling
two or three votaries of Bai-chus at every
meeting. Let the Weston Lodge take
courage.
The Independent says : On Tuesday
Jake Wagenblast brought in from the
Proebstel place on Fourth Plain fourteen
dressed hogs, all this year's crop, that
wei-hed 2,700 pounds. As they were
hung up at Jo. Burke's shop they made
the finest pork exhibition we have ever
een in Vansouver.
This cold weather is fearfully "bind
ing" on wood racks. We- noticed one
last Monday, drawn up on top like a
as one of the bet Indian fighters on rec
ord. He had an excellent record during
the war,, beginning as Captain in the
ilix -Mass. Volunteers, and ending as
Colonel of the 40th U. S. Infantry and
ISrevet ilajor Lreneral in the. regular
aruiv. II. G
ADVERTISEMENTS.
(Suecessvr ta Adams Btyt.)
COR. MAIN SMMl WALLA k
Keeps on ha&d at ail timeafall ud camp lets ituckof
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Which w sold t
WILL OFFER TO THE PEOPLE OF WESTOS AXD VICINITY,
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS,
And' guarantee to
an
E2F2ty Coming to Walla Walla and making your Purchases of me'Q
Orders Careful and PromptW Filled,
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ILLUSTRATED
Catalogues
AND AT
THE BEST
OF ALU
Use Rose Pills,
AD VEKTISEM ENTS.
ARGONAUT! A&SJJS;
nal, publUbed uveij batur jar, at 6:2 Cuiiivrnia at. S. F
FRANK M. MXLF.Y, I
11U.D. M. SOMEliS. f -
. Eorroca
The AasoKAi'T is csscntiiliy a California publication
bright, breezy of the raiitic and ti;e medium f the
good tliicK of current literature, beat, poet paid, to
wij addte. , upun roctlpt of yearly subscription.
I Till, IDAHO & XORTUEKX
Stage Company.
Leaves' Pendleton for Umatilla every Tucs
day, Thursday and Saturday at 5 P. M.
pack saddle and when we asked the man Leaves Weston daily for The Dalles
" Mataowia aw bVf 1T7 IftVJU UF n kallll. ifT j
tuniled and said, it always does that in
right cold weather or whenever wood is
high, but. will such men ever see the
Not, much I W. W. WaUhman.
angels 1
OIB WASIIIWrOX LETTER.
I'il.u Hock and lieiipiu-r, at 1:5 a. M.
Leaves Weston daily for Walla Walla, via.
Milton, at 10: 43a. M.
Niw Coch-s. Good St(M:k, Skilled Driven and able per
foi liuiuce ol vervice are the fuatures of this old
and reliable Cimpany.
Washington, 1. C, Nov. 20, 1880.
The fourteenth annual session of the
National Grange of Patrons of Husband
ry has len held in Washington during
the past week. Atiout five hundred
members, it is stuh-J, participated in the
proceedings, represtnting every State and
Territory in the Union. All the found
ers, with a single exception, it is under
stood we present.
The citizens of the District of Colum
bia have not been much edified by the
wrangling of the (toltticians regardii.g
tb inauguration ceremonies of the 4th
of March. There are quite a number uf
ge;itlniHri who are very irsirous of hav
ing their r.arncs printed in the L.rul pa
pers so that the President elKt can see
who are his enthusiastic admin rs. They
think by such a course that thtv will )e
recommended to the incoming President
an men very worthy of-his notice and ac
cordingly his preference. General Gar
tiuld is accredited, however with too
much guod senxe U a'lo.v sueh a manner
. f approaching hnn, tti influence his
judgment in any particular. The Presi
dent elect, is expected to arrive here next
Tuesday and to remain very quietly at
his residence for a few days. Good
heavens! we pity him, his quiet will be
like the murmuring of the ocean attend
ed by the musical aspirations of a thous
and mosquitoes. What a quiet time he
will have Ui be sure! It must be a nice
thing to be a President eltit.
There will undoubtedly be a big time
bete during, inauguration week, as the
h.tei keepers are already reusing appii-
etitk.ua foe rooms during that time. Ev
ery room and available apace in boom of
tho hotel baa . already been allotted,
On bol proprietor Uas had pj4ktioo
from JThUudelchia to board a&4 lodge
im vitotafroiu tkat rity
U t,aiyartwl tha tSra ooste o oest
Mr. IWotSmtf pnitfct jtrcm bwaeat
hauaor. vil aea Waod t4iaom
ig HNaiom MtwithMaadiBf tb apvoiav
Mjit fJ OoTrno Wilt as rtlcoeseor to
Hpoff jrd, the deceased contestant Kve
Wtiing r:;iocrtttic Senators, Messrs.
It. A. STEEL. Agent.
EA1LSV.URY. UAH.F.Y 1 CO., Proprietor
1864, 1880,
Home
Mutual Insurance Co
Op California.
FIRE ONLY.
Income 12 Months,
$328,5C3.?3.
Premiums Since Organization,
Losses paid since Organization,
$1,521,402.15.
Losses paid in Oregon in J years,
$182,30329.
This Company has had tor more than "years,
$50,000
On depoolt with the State Tnusurer of Oregon, for the
security oi tvney-noiacra..
Th "HOME MUTUAL" by jnir-
suing a correct, promjit and honorabl-e
course has secured tlie jo&!tion of the lead
ing Fire Insurance Company 071 Hie Pa
cific Coast, and has for years done the
largest business of any tf ilm Companies,
Local, Eastern, or Foreign in California,
and being independent of all rings, com
binations or compacts trill accept good
business at tlie lowest possible rates, con
sistent irith undoubted protection and cer
tain speedy indemnity to policy holders.
"Ripe in its time, firm in Us judgment,
equitable in the measurement efiis gifts.
LINIMENTS
FOB MAN OS BEAST.
flits work In millions of cumin for- mon-
llian a Uilnl ol a contiiry; n lu-u it iiut
rwhel evcrv prt of tiiu w.rlil; wltcn I
iiumiMM-tos.4 i-iiiiiillcH vi'iywl. n cm-l
itior I? him oi,iy Hiiiu rvittimw lit iasi or
:iiii .r ih'miiii!. it. irutty eulo to call
oucU u UiuUiciiio
THE EEST OF ITS KIND.
31 u(a lnlmeiit, Kvry mull
uriiifrs inuillii'iw: of a alittible hone
MAvritf tho agony !' iui awful cMt or
Imrti sulxliiril, tiio lirr"i4 of rliu
inntim ovcrcoiiM1, tun I of a UiotiHimtt-und-oiia
othor b tiiiff anl iiifrci h
pi!rfunnca hy tho Ui reliable Mex
ican ltlnstnnff J.lnitueitt.
f 11 fni or ('iitwurtl diseaso nw.
spcodily cure I liy itiu
MEXICAN
Mustftnjr J.liiliiiont.
It iwiiiHiiiU s nuiaclii, mombmna nil
tinsuii, t tliu very lou-, biuilsliinir puin
niHi curing tusritMit wiin u power ur.it
never lulls. It In a imlicie aeiMlerl l.v
rvorybfMly, fuim I Ui: raiichtro, wlio ntl
in
MUSTANG
orcrthc Hnlitnry jilnino. to tho m rebuilt
1rince, iiiki uio 'oui.-uucr wuo nuuts
lis fo t with llui iiX".
It cur'S Itlii u mutism wUcn all other
anpllt uiioiii tall.
Tlii4 tvutortul
LINIMENT
8fwfrfity fHrcH Micii uU incuts of the
lit' MAN Fl-fcslI ua
Ittiuttinatlrim. fftrelllun. ffIIT!
Joint. ontrurtt'd Mnavlcs itnrtta
unit kalI9 -utM9 Jti ulxet and
Mpralua, I'oUouoih HUm mid
NtlKa BtllTiifi, inmtnem, Olil
Soreg, tlcrrM. 1-ril1.Uct 'allblml.
Sore llilr. (Mkcil llrast. and
ludaed every ioriu of external dla
caie
It 13 tho gifat't ninoiy for tlio dls
fttMlors tn i 1 ucci.hiuu to which the
llttun-. CJMIATKH tiV x Hiihjuct lliut bus
uvtr biHit known. It cures
ra!u. Kwlnnv. StllT JalntM.
Fommlfr. TTnru-Hi Sore. Hoof IM
riNf h, uot itwt, Mreir Worm. Scab.
Hollow Horn, Scratches, tViad
c;nlts. Spa-1 ii, l-'arry, Itlnglone9
Old Morn, INtll 10vU, Film tin on
tlifi Mar lit nnd everv other ailment
to which ino trceupaui or lueyl
Stable and Mock lard are liable.
A Iwcutv flvo coot hottlo f Mexican
MusniiK l.lniinent baa ot'ien snvel u
.iltialio horso, a life on crutches, oi
years f tortnrn.
1 hial4lrlllinM M Haa. T nruia
I the very root of tho ntallur. pouclratliu:
vvu tlio bono. ,
It elites ovHryhndy. and iifannoii.t
i o rue. It ho; boon iu steady unn lor
more man iwoniy-uvo yeaiw, anu u
pottitivcly
THE BEST
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
FOE 1IA1I OS BEAST.
Restaurant !
The onU one in Heppner!
THE OXLT ri.il C TO GET & 8Ca-4BE MEAL
Just below Tom Ayer's Livery Stable !
BARBER SHOP!
In connection with the house.
A. E. DlTZEL.
D. C. Lounsbury,
UndertakeR.
NO extra charrjc for Hearse!:
WESTON
Oregon.
Diamond Soap forks
Walla Walla, W. T.
This establishment ia now thoroughly equipped for
MANUFACTURE OF SOAPS
On an extensive urate, and I am prepared to furnish for
the use of Housekeepers a brtlrr nrtlcle than
can b bought her fur tlic aauic luonry !
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
CT T
7 Most
1 V
BEST FBEE. f L"V
r
S 0
i . ..
i La 'Mb 1
Manufactcry
, o
REEDO
w
POWER,
t Comb'ncxI itUU
Purity of Tone.
Durability
Finish,
THESE
ORGANS
ASJK
RIVALED!
5 I
BRATTLEBORO, YT.
M. V. WORMINQrTON,
! MIITON, OREGON.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY GLASSWARE,
Heavy Stock of BOOTS and SHOES,
COAL OIL TOBACCO and CIGARS- CANNED FRUITS OF ALL KINDS.
Hardware, Iron and Steel.
GLOVES OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY
5T Produce taken in Exchange.
-DKALEBit LV
! .
PURE DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, Paints.
Chemicals. lli-uahe.
iilass, Pnttj,
Aniline Dye, I'liis.
Send voiir order to
8-J4-S0-Rm
w. .. nvi it.
Prupririor.
WESTON
OB0. L. ST0EY, Portland, Manager
Orefion, Waahingtuu and Idabo.
SUPERVISORS FOR OREGON.
C. 8- IEWIS of Alien 6 Lrria.
3. MeCILACEEK of J. HcCrackra k 0
1'. AJtMJOaAD sf P. WoseermiLB a C o.
AGENTS.
O. P. Mt&iU,, ' - - - W7s-o.
U V. WOWayrJTOS. - - - Mmoo.
U. a. CaaaW, - ... Cc-BVerrilli.
N. OUSCMBERY VCO.-8
ST O X
KT1LL COKTlMJtS on a CAB BASIS, ud b-
fu. noiini uaoMaiiy lai( tamim el Pry Goods
OAhtnc, Uesta' Klimiahui Ooeda, fcoccj and Boaea
Orseaiiai and lfaviaiaDa, which v are nrmrod astl
at th UiWtt-T poMibM rates OK CAbH. Opais
Haetm, Lad, Ac, taara is ezebanjre itK oarehaadiae
Huneuibvr the fM. opvsii ltrvt bWrv, Main knrl
A tfUtfl '.v. fO&? ' 1
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
U a never-failing Cure
or Nervous Debility,
Exhausted Vitality;
.'aralysis, and all nnch
urrible effects as Lo
if Memory, Lassitude,
VverHiuu to iciety,
)iuins8 of Vision.
Noises in the Head,
.nd many other disus
es tlint lead ti insanity and death. PH.
M1NTIE will agree tot..rfeit Five Hundrku j
DtiLI.AKS for a rase of thin kind th VITAL !
KKSTORATIVE under his 8icctal advice
and treatment) will not cure, or for anything
impure or injurious found in it. DR. MIX
TIE treat -all Private DiiiestKia uccetfully
without nrcury. CONSULT ATIOS.. fBEE
Tufrongh exananation aid advice, including
anaivrm of urine, $3.00. Price nf Vital R
Ktorativt;, $3.00 a bottle, or funr times the
qnautity, SiO.00; i-eiitto any addremupon re
i eifit 1 1 price, or C O. D., secure from ib
?eivuou, and in private Dame if desired, by
A. E. AUNTIE. M. D., U Kearney etree
San FrinHco, Cat
DR. MIN'TIE'S KIDNEY REMEDY,
"NEPHRETICUM," cures all kiudn of Kid
ltey and Bladder oomriUints, Uonnorrboeu.
Gleet, Lctierxrbuea, ' For tale by all drug
gihtti: $1 .00 a Dottle, nil bottles for $5 00,
DR. MINT1EH DANDELION PILLS
are the bext and cheaptwt DYSPEPSIA and
BlLLIODS ram in Ui market. For le by
J all druggist. 2Jy31y
Meat Market!
S. .1. JOIIV. Proprietor.
Dealer in
FRESH MEATS!
SAT.T M13A.T,
Fish.
Fruit and Vegetables,
Etc, Etc
Are always Frcah and Good. All Order are
Filled with Proniptneiw.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Liberal Discount Made on Large
or Cash Sales.
THE
Valley Academy !
A
Boarding and Day School for Boys.
Walla Wall., W. T.
Second Tear Begins Monday, September
Vtli, 1880.
. M31N"3, LUXDRORIi'S A'l U1MMBIS
E JEL 3? "O" S3 S 9.
Pure LlCUOrS( Sold ouly on Pbyniciims' PrtwriptioiiH.
IMPERISAHBLE PAINT AND ATALANT1C LEAD, &
A LARGK ANl, R HLL-KEI.EC.TKH STXiCK OK .
Blank Books. School Books, Stationery,
Paper, Papeterie, Albums, '
CLOCKS, WATCHES AXD JEWEMKY, ;
Elegant Yases, Toilet Articles and fancy lotions I .
Unseed, Clilna Sut. Lnbrtealing. Lard and Sperm.
Musical Instruments,
U13IP8 of all alzea. ECBF.K.1 and lanioas LEAD CLAMI IIIM.VE1S.
Prescriptions Carefully Comopunded at all hours
MUSIC STORE!
MUSIC STORE
MUSIC STORE
m W
IMS BM
nil
jvJ
HIS INSTITlTIOHf OFFKRS A THOK-
ouirh taeltah and classical eourse. Burn nre.
pared for college a ripcclalty. Taitiuo-10, 1 fl
and S25, according to claw, per term, (half year.) Board
sad wathin;, 3110 per term of SO weeks. For further
particulars, address the Principal.
Bev. J. D. Hcl-ttis'KhV, M. A.. B. D..
IP. O. bos i) . Walla Walla. W. T.
WALLA WALLA BAKERY,
CsiaoKsbed 1SL
O. rTR.TICiA'J.'BXi,
KaXBracrcasa or
BREAD,, CAKES AND PIES
And all kinds of
CRACKERS.
Rre-Proof Building, Main Street,
' 107 First Street, PORTLAND, Or.
THE LEADING MUSIC DEALERS !
Pianos and Organs Sold on the Installment Plan!
tarOLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCItANGE-'ta
' Mammoth Stock of
Sheet Music and Music Books,
. Sole Agents for the
MATCHLESS WEBER PIANOS.
Haines Bros , Pease & Co., . Crand Spuare
Upright Pianos.
"!-.. r -THE-
win
nn
WW
Are the best. Medium Prioed Piamw made.'
CE
& CO.
UPRIGHT
PIANO
THE ESTEY ORGANS v:i
"King their own Praises, aud Lead the World, -
The Sterling Organ. "
D. W. PRErJTICE & CO. Muoic Otoro
107 First Street, IHJITTlAXD, Dr ,