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Weston Weekly Leader.
Fill DAY, FELItUAKY 20, 1885.
suit- their wishes and prejudice.
To !1 this he has replied very de
cidedly that his recent letter oq the
subject means exactly what he said,
and that those who construed it dif
ferently would be mistaken. He
Mokhow and Gilliam conutiea
start fairly in the race of independ
ent existence. Ileppner and Alka- j did not, he said, prjpjtoie to remove
li are presaiuaWy happy.
KeaOY'S local option
passed fcoth branches ol tbe licgis
lature. It must le a good measure:
all the saloen ioflutoce was against
nyJUpubl.can officer who had been
failhfat to his duties, and whose
administration of his office was sat-
isfactory to the public, who are im
mediately concerned. When the
terms ef such officers expired, he
expected to fill their places with
THK formation of new counties
and the making and amending of
city charters has been no small
share of the work done in the Legislature.
considerable of a surprise to many.
It ccntains some features that
are not bad.
The various normal school bills
were all killed.
Salem, February 17th..,
Davenport Relative to , assess
ors, was taken up under special or
der. Simon offered an amendment that
the present county assessors hold
their office during the present term,
and the law stand during such
terms. Adopted. Bill wade spec
ial order for 10 a. in. to-raorrew.
Cauthorne special order; to per
manently locate the State Normal
Southern towns and cities are
overrun, with tramp3, who ae on
their annual visit to-that section.
Vitriol instead of bay rum was
recently accidentally used by a
New York barler on the head of
one of his customers.'
The fires in Sew York city dur
ing January averagrd nearly eight
and a half a day. while the losses
were about $1,528 to each fire.
Everybody talks aboat the hard
times, yet it is said that the pri
vate balls given, in New York this
wiptw have beea exceptionable in
number and magnificence.
fitly named the House of 'Million
aires," its members representing
good men of his own party, if they
I could be found, which he did not School at Monmouth: pasted.
doubt. There might be reasons in Horns. Wisconsin's dairy products, tho
i soma cases why this potitiousho uld ciac or we appointment ot a largest of any State m the Union,
net be adhered to. but under all or- , "7 u" -vrBWr w amounted iayear to stu.ow.uw.
' aaiiu m. ntiirtran a v - r m nt r.v.ti i Tk... : . u inn
. ., , ,-...-. . -; -. . iuni hid in tug iai iyu .icnu.'
dinary circumsUnces it would be aB(j report to the next Legislature: eries and cheese factories, and 200.
the rule. .Nothing could be lairer passed. 000 cows.
or more candid. Of course thi '. Lee's Senate bill, authorizing the
-,n V.I..O.. iw. .u - completion of the Portland and
kf .-;-.,..-,i , t. " -"r : ' 1 -..-,
...v.-, -.... Portland to Dundee: passed
crats , or Kepubheans: but it will Oiibrt' hill tn rn.it Ur. TTn
please the" intelligent, independent I ion and Jackson counties' tax for
keeping paupers, passed.
Story s bill to pi o vide for action
against physicians and surgeons:
Lodisville wants to have a Na
tional Agricultural Exposition and
also wauls Congreis to appropriate
half a million to aid in carrying
out the prcjdct.
" If merit means money, the.
merit wins in this country. The citizens of both parties, which per
il, a Senate is an example, and is haps ought to be sufficient
WMTIB WHEAT OUTLOOK.
A unique Marie Antoinette cab
inet, bought by Mrs. Kate Chase
Sprague at the famous Deacon sale
in Boston, and valued at $4,000,
brought at the recent sale of her
bric a-brac only $250.
The people of Berne,S itzer
land,' are still excited ."Over the
threats of the Anarchists to blow
Hoult's Senate bill for a new con-1 up the Federal Palace, in retaliation
There is again a prospect of a
big European war. This means big
prices for our wheat. Peace means
low prices. Knowing this, how
many of our farmers will re echo
the sentiment, ' Let us have peace?"
S. W. Talmadre, of Milwaukee,
furnishes the following information
s regards the area, condition and
prospects of the winter wheat crop:
stitutinn was reconsidered and lost.
Mr. Cox then submitted a resolu
tion that the people be allowed to
vote on the question of a new con-
Virginia ronnrta an araarro alinrt I amu"'; ttUUUlCU
30 te. cent, badly winter killed Passer's reapportionment
and the worst outlook since 1866. P8"
Maryland reports acreage 25 per joist session,
cent, short, with no serious damage. I Tie Senate was announced at 12
J! 1 a 1A I -"'-. -wlr art1 1-.s1f rtarii"krv stall ar
a 1 : ll 1 iiwvMii mwvmk nuvi w I 7
A resolution uuiuurizmg .... .. ag yst to the roll, the president declared that
ubmission to the voters of Oregon tBe piant no candidate had received a roajori-
at the next general election an Illinois has a shortage of 15 per ty of the votes for U. S. Senator,
..,.rimL to ill. iiMiii;tnt.!na nrn. cent, in acreage with no serious and ordered the 20th ballot with
i. :4:...: i: damage as yet. the following result:
n,u,,,"B ",D u" "'" I Tennessee report, a shortage of Jude Bellinger-Abshier, Baall,
quors, except lor meaicinai pur- 2Q cent in and an aJ. Black, Cauthorn, Chandler, Cole
poses, has passed both branches of ditional damage of 10 per cent by I man, Cox, Bilyeu (Lane), Bilyeu
the Legislature. The temperance freezing.
nnM'inh in Drefon i hatm.pr.J Kansas will have an area 30
... -,...0 ,
for the oppressive measures recent
ly adopted by the Fderal Council,
As the Liberty Bell passed
through Birmingham, Ala., says the
Columbia, Ga., Inquirer-Sun, an
old shoe was thrown after it for
geod luck. The guards nailed the
alio j to the car directly under the
A bill has been introduced into
the Massachusetts Senate providing
that the homesteads of pensioners,
the pension itself and all accumula
tions of pension money shall be ex
empt from execution or attachment
by any process.
A fire Saturday evening in the
Tree from Opiates, Emetic ami 1'uUons.
A PRG...PT, SAFE, SUF.E CURE
For Const.?, Sore Throat, Ilomraeneu, Colda,
j.Sa.nzi-. BroacMtu. AsUuna, cross,
las Coax. Oibur. l'ala la I'aon, ana
Price 50 costs a boMle. Sold by Dnwglrta aca
Dealers. Farliet unable to induce their aealc to
promptly pel it for them trtfl receive two bottles.
Bole Owaon Mit fttnobcturers.
K.KIaan, HaiTluiA, C. S. A.
TWIT A TTE5"T"?"
S. P. HOWELL, .
Travelers will find that this hotel sets
as stood a table as is to be found in the
whole "Upper Country." Bedrooms
are large, clean and airy. Every atten
tion paid to the comfort and convenieiico
Patronage Respectfully Solicited.
JOHH FLETGKES, PROPRIETOR.
MUTTON AND PORK
My meats are always fresh and good
All orders uliea with promptness.
Boot and Shoe Maker
MAIN ST., CENTERViLLE.
Tho finest Boots kept constantly e:
haud or made to order on the
REPAIRIHQ DONE NEATLY & CHEAPLY
GENTS' FINE BOOTS
42 5iii P. MAXWELL.
(Linn), Dorris, Dick, Haines.Hoult, annex to the Signal Service Dbpart-
Kuykendall, Leinenweber, Lewis, ment, at Washington, destroyed
and damaged a number of valuable
' I a -1 . C :.U . T. I T j-nlrcf Millar lVTarinn T nrrnw 1 And Hnmn (fad F
. tl 1 I I 1 1IVI LCUl, BUUili Ul lUBb VCttl . TT Uii VUTJ 1 "J --... - ; I -
eicrr jr uj u.iii timiupiuucu ujr .. . ., Mvers. Pannineton. Porter. Prim, meteoroioirical records and almost
vuuuivtuu v u v u u kavwaaij vi vu mw J 1 o j j o
Kinehart, biglin, Taylor, Weath- ruined some of the hnest mstru-
such designing deuiagngues as Dr.
Watts who prefer politics to principles.
up to the standard.
Kentucky, with an unfavorable 1
winter, has a short acreage of 10
to 15 per cent.
North Carolina is short both in
Oxe week from next Weduesday
the Republican party, after a rule acreage and quality
f ntv.fi voir, will vT,rl New York, with
irirsch Allen, Carson, Cu-
sick, Davenport of Multnomah, Kei.-
worthy, Manning, Mayo, Mclialej',
Miller of Josephine, Roberts, Si
mo.., Shupe, Suiton and Wilcox,
Emu.it, Flmn, Gilbert, Hall, Reed,
Rogers, Story, Thompson, Will,
Waldo, Cole, Jolly, Wait, Williams
a slichtly di
a, tiii unuu j . . '
over the administration of this great jt;on '
min 1 a it,. T).MnA.Atn n I ... -.. . . . . ' "
VU"""J iouiwviowv 'ijr. vvest Virginia, with a per
Durinc the Renublican nartv's luaae cent, rnduction in acrnacn. rannrts
, r r j ... o - --tr i , i ... j , ., -
f power the Union has not only C"P unpromisina condition ueerge Uourne, uarnes, iart- pr.eu iavoramy irom me v.oramit-
non, Gibson, Henkle, Smith, liyle, introduced by him a few days ago
Sanders, Therkelsen. Woodward to construct and maintain a tele-
ments in the office.
F. L. ijeger, a former agent of
the International Workinjtmen's
Association of Anarchists, says that
the workingmen at Cleveland, Ohio,
are rife for a riot, and a great revo
lution will be early inaugurated un
less times speedily improve.
Senator Morgan Saturday
been prestrved, hut it has prospered.
Tho retiring party has done much
Gsorpia makes a noar showin?
for which tho people oucht to be both in area and rendition.
truly thankful. The grand object
of its irst formation has boeo nobly
carried out. Its mist ion has been
-well fulfilled. But iust as man's
ancestry counts but little .with the
'.American people, so a party's long
past services are not sufficient to
secure its perpetuation in power.
To receive the popular approval it
must uiest the nesds of tile present
The sovereign people decide this
point. The majority rules. Last
November tbe pcoplo decided that
the Republican party , had been
tried and found wanting in its abili
ty to meet the nation's present re
quirements. The Republican party
of to-day is neither in practices
nor principles what it was
iweaty years ago The same is
true of tho Democratic par
ty. The change in the latter has
probably been greater than in the
former. The change has been an
improvement with the Deroociacy.
A great many good citize.is feel no
small apprehension on the subject,
of Democratic supremacy in nation
al affairs. It is more than probable
that their fears are unfounded. The
election of Cleveland is irrefragible
evidonce ot the threat change for the
better in the character of the Dem
ocratic party. The young domocra.
cy of to-day, which is the bone and
iaew and brain of the organization,
has very little in sympathy with
tho old Rourboa element that could
learn nothing frem experience and
defeat. While the fundamental
principles of the party must remain
Always the same, while our repub
lican institutions endure, yet it is
to tho progressive spirit of tho
young democracy that we may now
look for the neoded reforms iu civil
service and other issues of the day.
Nothing is more certain, nor more
premising of good things to come,
man tue iact mat the nomination
of Cleveland was extremely distasto-
ful to thos Democrats whose pa
trietism is bounded by the narrow
limits ef party lines. Cut younger
and tetter blood has been infused
into the party. Men who do not
need tho stimulus of office, present
or prospective, to arouse their loy
alty and patriotism, are now fore
most in the counsels of the sartv's
leaders. Tho peoplo have confi
dence in the democracy of to-day,
a." it behooves all to give it a fair
and impartial trial in the discharge
great trust tho people have
imposed upon it. Common courte
tj demands this much. On the
question of civil service reform, one
of the mcst important isitues of the
day, ..CUvuland, who is now the
he&d of tho young democracy, speaks
with no uncertain sound. Office
seeking Democrats and illiberal Re-
publicans lisve industriously kt-
teiuptd to torture bis utterance to
Minnesota II. H. Young, sta
tistical agt-nt of Minnesota, in re
gard to tho spring wheat seeding,
says. "Tho area sown to wheat
will probably be tally 10 per cent
short of lost year, or not more than
Dakota James Baynes, statis
tical agent of Dakota, says not
more than one eighth of the' crop in
Northern Dakota, and three-eighths
in -Southern Dakota remains - in
farmers hands, and the elevators
are well cleaned out If prices re
main low the area to wheat will not
be increased any this spring.
. If these statistics are reliable the
farmers of the Northwest may an
ticipate fair priees next fall for all
they can raise. -.
Boise Burch, Burton, Craven,
Cyrus. Downine. Hare. Haves.
Montanye, Nelson, Peery, Prosser,
Shelton, Voorhees, Watts 14.
Absent Warren, Vatch. -'
NEW GOODS AT "HARD TIMES" FIGURES!
In the Justice's Court for tho Precinct of
Weston, County of Umatilla, State of Oregon.
J. w. tmne, Flainttft, ) civil action to re
vs. Vcover property or
Knapp, Burrell & Co.D'fts ) money.
lo hniii. liurrell & Co.. tne aeove-namea
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON.
you are hereby required to appear Detore tne
undersigneu, a justice of the peace for the pre
cinct aforesaid, on the
271U Iay of Ibn.nry, lsa1).
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at tbe
office of said Jtiti::u iivsaid precinct, to answer
the above-named plaintiff in a civil action.
The defendants will take notice that if they
fail to answer the complaint herein,
the plaintiff will take judgment against them
for the recovery of the possession of the property
mentioned in the complaint, or for the sum of
one hum.red dollars, the value tiiereof, in case
delivery cannot be had.
Tins summons is puDiisneu oy oruer 01 v. n.
Jones, Justice of the Peace for the aforesaid
precinct, county and State.
Given under lnv hand this the 13th day of
January, 1385. W. K JONES,
10 Justice of the Te.ce.
Of either sex admitted to the
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
on any week-day of the year.
The College Journal, centuining in
formation ot the course ef study, rates
of tuition, board, examination, etc., and
cuts of plain and ornamental penman
ship, frco. Address,
. P. ARMSTRONG,
LockTSox 104. Portland, On.
S3" 1 n writing, please mention this paper
TBE OitE 0 U-UIHLATl'tlE.
Balkm, Feb. 16, 1885.
The drawine of Yamhill Senators
resulted in giving Warren the long I nr
terra, four years, and Burch the
short term, two years.
Haines To establish health offi
ces at Huntington and Umatilla,
and to establish quarantine and ap
propriate 5p"jy,000 therefor; passed.
Weatherford's Senate bill appro
priating $10,750 for the construc
tion of a fish way or ladder at Wil
lamette Fails was passed.
Hare's Senate bill to confirm the
title to certain swamp or overflow
ed lands was passed.
graph or cable line between the
Pacific Coast of the United States
and the Asiatic Coast.
Mrs. Frances Gerry, whose father
had command of the boat in wmch
Washington crossed the Delaware,
and whose husband was nephew of
Elbfidge Gerry, one of he signers
ot tue JJeclaration ot Independence,
and a Vice-President of the United
States, herself an interesting link
with the past, has just died at the
age of ninety-five.
The Russian authorities have
raised the duty n tea by sixpence
a pound. As the duty is confined
to the tea imported by sea and com
ing acress the European frontier,
the hapless peasants will have to
pay it. The aristocracy never drink
any tea but that brought overland.
New York merchants complain
that Postmaster Pearson suppresses
the news of the arrival of foreign
mail steamers until they have pass
ed quarantine, and that be is in
collusion with the Western Union,
so that that company can charge $1
for each message on the arrival of
a mail steamer.
The Executive Committee of the
United States Association at the
It is estimated that the wool New Orleans Exposition wait.a.l nn
products of Oregon for the year President Arthur Saturday and
amounted to about twelve million presented a statement of the affairs
pounds. of the Exposition, together with a
Sixty thousand and fifty-two cen- memorial t0 Congress asking an
tals of grain arrived in Portland additional appropriation, which he
Wednesday from different parts of was ask,d to transot to Congress
the State. wun ms approval,
The Heppner T.mesadvoca.es
Ef V AIXaBLE TO AUfy Jj
to all applicant- PR E EillJ
and to cu-tomers of Last year 'without
ordering it. It contain! illustration-, prides,
description- and directions far planting' alt
Vegetable and Flower SEEDS, B CIiBS, eta.
KS. C. B. 11ESSEY,
at a Sacrifice!
GJcthing, Boots and Shoes.
ALWAYS IN THE LEAD!
REESE & REDMAN,
A $9000 brick building is under
construction at McMinnville.
Times are improving, just a lit
tle, says the Hoseburg Mevisvo.
The name of Duckworth postof-
fice has been changed to Elmira.
An elk weighing 1100 pounds
waa recently killed in Lane county.
Minors in Josephine county have
an abundance of water and are
A bill appropriating $10,000 to
maintain an immigration office at
r ertland lias passed the Legisla-
It cost more by $50,000 to run
the city of Portland for the year
1884, than for the State government.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Special Attention Given to Cutting
New Styles. New Prices.
MOlsILsIS i CLE VE
I T.Ahrlnn 'Pttvtf'h ia tAv!1 !.
names bill for a health officer at new gripping point for that place, its cartoon of Gordon receiving Gen.
iluntington and Umatilla auar&n- u. 1 A n .: en. wiic. ;. Tri..fr , i
f Ka tlAi4 a f r ren v Crs n Cf n
1 1 n .ft Kit i IA in Hnn.l I . ... .
"""""'I,' . ,r tion on theUolumbia,
liosers local cntion lair wit mv I
ommended and passed. lhereare 52,200,000 deposited
A Senate ioint resolntioa aalionrn- the State Treasury by foreign
ing the Legislature at midnight on insurance and express companies
T.1-:.l 1 . . r. . in Ik!. Cf f
x riuay was aaopieci, alter an enortl w l"'00 M "" -.
tO amenU. I P,,o;rVl-. mlnixr u ..;
I (- '(
uoiat session, dono in different portions of Jack
in senate met ine nouse in joint son county. Many ot the miners
convention at 12 noon, President Waldo have a good supply of water.
in the cbair.
After roll call and reading of the
Journal, the President announwd that
a Senator had not yet been elected and
ordered the 20th ballot, with the
Ex-Gov. Thayer AH the Dem
ocrats present but Burch 32
Ilirsch Cameron, Carson, Cole,
Gusick, Da van wort of Multnomah,
J-.mrmtt, i linn, Gilbert, Hall, Lee,
Jolly, Keaworty, Manning, Mayo,
Mcllaley, Miller of Josephine,
tweed, lioberts, llogers, Shupe, Si
mon, Story, Sutton, Thompson,
Wait, Williams, Waldo, Will, Wil
Wilson inside Khartoum, surround
ed by huzzaing troops. It is headed
"At last." The St. Stepliena tie
view cartoon by Matt Morgan is
mors prophetic. It gives Gladstone
as Sinbad struggling under the
Mahdi on his shoulders as the
"grand old mountain man."
The laber crisis in France is the
cause ot the utmost alarm. At
present there are 300,000 workmen
idle in Paris and at least 1,000,000
in the provinces. The discontent
consequent upon this state of affairs
is daily spreading, and apprehen-
The Talk says that carp raisme slons are expressed that unless some
is to be one of the pursuits of Ma- relief can be devised labor riots will
. i . .. . . I i i : .11
non county eeoDla in tba fntura. 1 uictt,k uui iu in seubiuus,
Tc ,.. L. !
W.I. UWHVblCl UlllllDUl 1 1 .I.. I t. - ... .....
i ii ia nun tuuuL-b bijab ail extra
The training school for Indians session of the Forty-ninth Congress
will be removed from Forest Grove wl" "e necessary to provide the
With the buildings we hear of
being in contemplation the coning
year, Roseburg is evidently enter
ing on an era of great prosperity.
to Salem as soon as suitable build
ings can be erected in the latter
J. W. Murray, who shot and
killed his brother-in-law, Alfred
Yencke, in Portland some time age,
has paid the penalty of his crime.
necessary supplies for the mainte
nance of the Government. There
is no reason why all the money re
quired should not be voted before
the 4th of March. The friends of
the River and Harbor bill are very
energetic in their determination to
secure the passage of that bill.
last Friday in which comes up to day.
George Allen, Barnes, Cart-
wright, Conner, Davenport of Ma
rion, Gear, Gibson; Henkle, Lyle, He waa executed
Smith. RtnirlAnLWAiulv-ptl Hnm. 1 thai, .ilv
, I " J 1 rr., - . ... . .
Taylcr, Therkelsen U. . oe mining town oi Aita, u tan
Boise Bleakney, Burch, Hare j-u-iKw u.-..nV - m-i- -ram swept, awny ior m inira
Prosser.Keady. Smith. Cvrus.Dawn,- f?1IoriDS: "S- w" DP" in time by a snow slide. The last,
w-. . I AnnlatTat-- av-haV n Saii f K .am fl.-.. I vhinh r-OAi.-- nn Snfimrla,, V-m-i
reery. Shelton. Voorhees. a.uu-.-, ,m
Holt's Senate bill torrovide for
a new Constitutional Convention ia
Jane, which waa lost last week, was
was reconsidered to night in the
House io-night and passed by a vote
ut tbirty lor and eighteen against.
There is some kicking and more are
, i i i ... . ...
ito'ers local vpuon bill, killed a
few days ago, was reconsidered this
, afternoon and passed. This was
creek in Southern Ore
gon the other day by a rush of sal
mon. The horses wera cut loose
and the driver escaped on their
backs. The salmon crowded the
river from bank to bank and the
school was over a mile long. Hun
dreds of them jumped out upon the
banks and wriczled around until
they died. The farmers of Apple-
gate are feeding their hegs on the
tash, and dozens of the farmer boys
are spearing the salmon for fun.
ied twenty-eiijht persons, twelve of
whom were recovered, and search
parties are engaged in excavating
the drifts for others. Fully sixty
lives have been lost by slides in
that camp since the discovery of
the famous Emma mine, and know
ing it to be one of the worst can
yons in the Rocky Mountains, min
ers still persist in prosecuting work
there during the most dangerous
season ot the year.
GlotMng, Hats, Caps, Dress and Fancy Goods
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Dry Goods. Dress Goodo,
Notions, Hosiery, Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Boots, Sloes, Trunks, Valises, Etc,
TO BE SLAUGHTERED.
Nev5T to be had again In tho coming history of Wash
SALE POSITIVELY COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 10TH.
-IMMENSE STOCK OF-
CHEAP FOB. CASH.
IiVE JUST KECIEVED AX
Direct From The East,
Which will be sold
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Come early ami secure bargains in every department,
while our stock is complete.
Remember one dollar saved is one made.
The Great I. X. L. Store.
Alain St., Next Door to Postoffice,
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Cigars, Notions, Cutlery,
Drarntirnv nnrtTr unitiuifpo
rcnrumcniy runic muuuHico,
COMBS AND BBUSHESv
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FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY.
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