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IU WASHUMiTM lETTKK.
Front Oar Rfru'.r Correspondent
HAl'CE FOB THE CVOSE, E1C.
Before Grant was elected to the
Wasihxotox, Feb. 7 loco. rresidencj his best friends will not
ft v... hM m. liula bit dull ht claim that he was a saint, and yet
l n i ,i' i, -nA -ill cro- tn Democratic press did not co-
the Capitol th week, and will pro- q
baUy be dall until the 22nd of ifC ftu'd keep BUDding in type the
February, when the monemeuv fact tnat ho WM m drunkard, and,
ill ha dedicated, and then tor two in Uregoa s early days, not much
! ,. fourth of If arch, removed from what is known in
" 1 ! a , ti
,he city will be a. Hr.lf u crowd. JZZ-JZL
i . i - a : - .n maVfl I r. I . . ..... r
Ma great expwiauuiio w kept continually Hinging the notor
Congress has tesolred not to ao ioaa 8t0ry in the face of Arthur
much more than pass appropriation that eren since his advent to the
bills. The executive departments "" "OURe. not oeen as
wove along in a despairing Lh8 men that delerred theiIlf kut re.
with their routine wont, im ipect for their positions. The Ore
eyed government clerk awaits with yoniaTj wiH do well to follow the
fnt. treinblinir the day of po- example et its oppenents, and re-
litical judgment, hoping that Pt Cleveland as President elect
. : , u ii l:. : of the United States, if not as an
Clevela.d may overlook all his sins ;ndlviduaL No ib,e d
cf omission and commission ana com frm tj-e everlastine snarl
retain him in the trust he has so I about "Maria Halpin," while it
,.nrr .,.aJ Democratic politic niay result in a great deal of harm
, .mK,r. tn ' domestic circle of prominent
una have gone in large numbers to R Wic
meet the msiUeat eiect in new lf p.-.;.,....,. nUvunA i in fc
Yerk. Republican politicians with-1 fought by re.urrtcting a private
out a leader or a cause are doing scandal and keeping it continually
,!,: betore ttie tmople. no one would
T ... e
. . . I w.u.o W LJr xQUIUul HIS 1UI Bvnllll
Society, dear, simpering, neaiy . . . . .
mvuinea society conwuuen .mu, ong an abundance of which On
and smile and be a villian. Indeed gen supporters of the next admin
it must be chronicled that society itraiiou can find without going
l i. -f, t of their own State and prouii-
... m, .it. n,nt Republicans would haye to
this winter. The punch has been , . . . , . ,
too heady, and there have been there would be an exhibiting of
ncrne rows and orgies in high lite, skeletons that would belittle the
These things do not get into the catacombs of Rome. Sunday Wei-
.1, ... ..i ,it I come.
and nc t of sufficient importance to
be spread before the world, but tho
result ei certain aisgraceiui ep.soaes The lnter ia ao KBVprt, . ...
at dancing parties and receptions ranges that cattle are dying at a fearful
is that the punch will be brewed rate.
In the last twenty years the national
debts of the wurld have increased from
$13,000,000,000 to $23,000,000,000.
This is apart from municipal and corpo
rate indebtedness, which, daring the
last quarter of a century, haye been add
ed to prodigiously. The only natioas
that have succeeded in getting rid of
any part of tbeir iudebteduess are the
United States and Great Britain.
ITtaS OF ISTEBEST.
Bougb en Cangbs.
A.sk for "Kouab on Coughs" for
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseaeaa.
Troenes, 15c. Liquid, 25c.
Bough on Bats.
Clears out rata, mice, roaches, flies.
ants, bed-bugf, sknuks, chipmunks, go-
pners. loc. uruggiata.
Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Diz
ziness, indigestion, rleadacba, Sleep
lessness curea ly "Wells Uealtb Ke
FACTS AND .NEWS.
milder in certain West End houses
in the future.
Mr. Beecher waa here during
the week as a lecturer and there is
no doubt that he was cut by his old
Republican admirers. It is true
that the Democrats helped . to till
A cremation society has been formed
at Buffalo, N. with a capital stock
The Massachusetts Legislature has re
fused to allow a womau preacher to per
form the marriage ceremony.
A forty thousand dollar hotel which
m 1864 adorned the new deserted oil
the breach, but the Democrats are town of Fithole, in Pennsylvania, has
iiot numerous or rich yet. The I just been sold for kindling wood.
hall was not much more than half A schoolmistress in Barry ceuuty,
Jull, and for the first time in years Michigan, was dismissed because she
thmt nnr ... m.nv rmt declined to eat iat pork, the people be
, . ,. , ... lioving that she was attempting to put
"" W1M" on "too mnch style."
. i :n I - i.. . I
again u. year nc m uavo a Bw- The o engagement
ter house; he is anentertaining represents a square lump of sugar of
lecturer, and, as a prophet, is su- chased gold, with a heart beside it.
prior to tha EHtor of the New Most girls would rather have sweetheart
York SuK" I sPe' v'tih a solitaire diamond.
Mr. Cleveland has invited The run on the New Haven Savings
hr,e numUr of prominent an"ro"gh! ; 0"t sev"ral P"80"8
Democrats to meet hiaa in
Xorlt, ana so tar as heard Irom i (r0m that quarter will be stopped.
Done have sent their regrets. There . The Canada PaciGe Company, it is
waa almost a quorum of Congress- reported, wants the Dominion Gorern-
men in New York on Friday. A m,nt to by baok nU their unsold land
Virginia delegation has gone to tw. do,!are " n"c ftnd tli,n Me in-
" , 7 . . , dications that the Government intends
urge the appointment of Mr. Bar- j0jnj 80
hour as Postmaster General. Mr. . . , ,
, A man got up recently at a church
Barbour is well 6tted for the place, meeting ia Augusta. Me., and after ex- j
and his appointment would mean plaining that he had been reduced from
the utter extinction of the pestilent tfluen poverty, requested the
little Mahone. ohu.rch 10 return him tha 8Un of 2000
m l l t. which he had given to it when he was
The Democratic statesmen wh. W4althTi He didn', firt i.
have returned from New York seem t,- , . . , . .
, ... Bismarck is agnm ill, and has been
to be one and all impressed with the ordered to leave Berlin for repose.
Tiontsty of purpose, and good com- England built the past year 184 ves-
Miou sense of Mr. Cleveland. It is sels, of 130,000 tons burden, for foreign
observed also that they have caught account. ,
from Mr. Cleveland the contagion The effect 0 the e,r8 froni Khar.
f l,l,i;.. m. toum on the trade and amusemeat world
, , . , - ia London has been paralyziiig.
persistently refuse to disclose sny , ,
. . , . , , ' Frank Abner, aged fifteen years
, .v vU..owwU. bra ned his trrandmother with an ax b.
lVeaident elect Cleveland, and his cause she reprimanded him at Metropo-
purty associates. Tne Republicans lis, 111., last week,
are looking and praying for fac- I A mamage has been arranged between
tional fights and political blunders tne Princess Clementine, daughter of
in the now administration. Man KinS Leopold of Belgium, and Prince
n ,. , , . , . Albert Victor, elder sou bf the Prince of
Deruocratie leaders have been to see
Mr ril.tiJ.ii i ; .1,. .: i.
. .. . A fund for a gjft to Bismarck on
uu nave ail come away pleas- hi, ,Cvcutieth birthday is growing to
ed with the coming President and enormous proportions. The English
determined to do all in their power Consul Generul at Berlin has subscrih
There are, it seems, $20,000,000 in se
curities and money tu the treasury of
the United States that no one claims,
In tiroes gone by sundry persons have
bought government securities which
they have lost or which have been de
stroyed: hence the twenty millions of
unclaimed bonds in the treasury. There
are savings banks in New York which
hare in their ' vaults large sums that
will never be claimed. They belong to
poor people who have died or moved
away, or forgotten that they had ever
any money in the bank. There are sup
posed to be some eighty million dollars
of unclaimed money in banks and trust
companies througliout the country.
Despite the ill-success and loss of life
of former polar expeditious, a Russian
enterprise is now projected to reach the
North Pole. They expect to start with
sledges and dogs from the New Liberian
Islands, which are nine hundred nauti
cal miles from the North Pole. Geog
raphers insist that Arctic exploration
has more than paid expenses. It has
enabled us to improve our maps, and
the blank spaces of sixty years ago are
now rilled with large islands, archipela
goes and vast seas. New whaling and
sealing f round have been found, and
also cryolite, a mineral of great commer
One -fifth of the habitable globe is un
der the sway of Queen Victoria. Her
subjects number 315,000,000, and Aus
tralia and Canada have room for 200,
000,000 more. The annual reveBue of
the empire amounts to $1,018,000,000.
Local taxes swell this sum $305,000,000
more, so that the entire cost of govern'
ment is about $7.50 per capita annually,
These are impressive figures; but our
own country is rapidly overtaking Great
Britain in wealth and population. Our
relative increase U' much greater,
the pregnant words of Mr. Gladstone,
"The United Sutes are passing EngUn
at a canter."
BoMh on Coras.
Ask for Wells' "Itoueh on
15c. Quick, complete cure,
son corns, warts, bunions.
Rough on Pain Foronsed Plaster;
Strengthening, improved, the best for
backache, pains in cuest or siue, rlieu
'Wells' Health Reuewer restores
health and viuor, cures Dyspepsia,
Headache, Nervousness, Debility. $1.
and the many Throat Affections of chil
dren promptly, pleasantly and safely re
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loc; llalsam, zoc.
If you are failing, broken, worn nut I
and nervous, use "Wells' Health Ke-
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If you are losing your grip on life, try
Wells Health Reuewer." Gees direct
to weak spots.
Bough on Toothache.
Instant relief for Neuralgia, Tooth-1
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.Toothache. 15 and 2o cents.
STILL LEFT AT H. DONAGA'S OLD STAND,
A COMPLETE LINE OF DRY GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Ladies and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Weston, Umatilla Go, Qregon
The Only Normal School in Eastern Oregon or Washington.
STUDENTS ADMITTED AT ANY TIME IN THE YEAR.
Believing that the best primary training Is essential to
the highest development, pupils of all ages are
admitted and given the most careful
The Uormal School
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or you may be too late.
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Catarrhal Throat Affections,
Hacking, irritating Coughs, Colds, Sore
Throat, cured by "KoHgh on Coughs.'1
lrocues, loc. .Liquid, 'Zoo.
Bough on Itch.
"Rough on Itch" cures humors, erup
tions, ringworm, tetter, salt rheum,
frosted feet, chilblaius.
The Hope ofthe Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny,
scrawny, ami delicate, use 'Wells'
London is the greatest city the world
ever saw. Babylon, Thebes, Rome
were never so populous, while the great
est city of India at the present time con
tains less than one-fourth the inhabit
ants. . Within the borders of the metro
politan police districts, a circle of fif
teen miles, it is computed there are at
the present time upwards of four mil
lion persons. London is three times
more populous than St. Petersburg,
twice as populous as Constantinople,
with two-thirds more people in it than
Paris, and more than even the hiving
multitudes of Pekin. All Scotland but
equals it in the number of its people,
and half as many Yorkshire men again
as are numbered in their own county
could find accommodation within its
circle. . Every eight minutes f every
day of every year a soul goes out of Lor.
don, and in every five minutes of every
day a new mertal enters upon this scene
of its probation. It is at once the court,
the seat of government, the center of
fashion, the home of all the charities,
and the general rendezvous of all crinii-
al and desperate characters of the
The deepest sea-sounding ever made,
says the Scientific American, was made
in the Pacific Ocean near the entrance
to Behring's Sea. The bottom was
struck at 4,055 fathoms. The cast was
made from the United States school
ship Tuscarora. The shallowest water
in the mil' tile of the Atlantic, 731 fath
oms, shows the subsidence of mountains
three or four hours every night cough
ing. Get immediate relief and sound
rest by using Wells' 'Rough on Coughs.'
lrocues, 15c; lialsam, 2oc.
Rough on Pain Poroused Plaster.
Strengthening, improved, the best for
backache, pains in the chest or side,
gives a thorough, practical education to those who do
not care to learn wnai uiey win noi use. i
y adapted to the wants of those who desire to enter bus-
A Classical Course of Three Years,
A Scientific Course cf Three Years
A Teachers' Course of Two Years,
A Business Course, and
An Elementary Course.
In which the
are taught by the best approved and most interesting
Arithmetic by the Grube Method.
Steading by the "Sertjence Method."
Geography by relief maps and globes and map modelling.
Grammar by the celebrated Reed and Kellogg Dia
History by the Brace System.
j mute his admidistration sue-
There is prospect of a still further
reduction of postage, hy increasing
the weight ef first-class matter that
may be carried for two cents, from
halt ounce to two ouncei The
ed 150,000 marks,
The trouble in the Hocking Valley
continue. Humors of an attack by the
strikers in the neighborhood of Nelson-
ville and Bucktell, Saturday, created
President Diaz gave a banquet in the
city of Mexico Saturday night iu honor
Committee appointed by the pub- of Charles Crecker and Geu. McDowell
lishers ot the West and North West of California. The Diplomatic Corps
to ur.v nnnn Pn.. il . attended
- o- wuo propriety
and justice of reducing the postage
on newspapers, report progress
which is encouraging. The House
committee on Pest Offices is ia fa
vor of reiucing postage from two
centa a pound to one cent. The
There is marked change in Roisa's
paper, the United Irishman, this week
No reference is made to dynamite, and
the usual call for subscriptions for dyna
mite is omitted,
The Prince of Wales is at Cannes
Rumor is current in Paris that an An
nnunl tiv ., archist desperado has left there for
. , r I Cannes for the purpose of making an
r v' J J vuc. auiounir ...mnf !,. in-... ;r
iaa tn a 1!k1 !,. i :n- I
o .. ..w tuau iwu minion I r t . i i. . j T
dollars per annum. The postage Uu and infidelity in general without
was put on about tea years aco by mercy. Talmacre thinks Ingersoll
certain men iu Concrrtsa who tank should have been stopped rrera lectur
this method of revensra for hrb ln8 in Xew York ond imprisoned.
Vice-President-elect HenJncks ar
rived at New Orleant by a special train
He stated that the purpose of his trip
South is to visit the fcxpositioa and, if
possible, contribute somewhat to its
criticism received from tho press.
One of them was Mr. Hamlin of
Maine who thought that the large
city papers would be the chief suf
ferers, but the result was that the success.
tax was felt most heavily by the Yellow fever is reported
weeiy papers. The large daily
papers avoided some of theexnenae
by employing Express Companies
at cheaper rates. It is thought
tnat a ttnirorm postage of one cent
per pound will result in giving the
government all the business, witL
broken out in the Lackawanna, which
carried to Nicaragua the party for the
aew survey of tha Nicaragua CanaL
The steamer has been erdered to Acu
The recommendations from the col'
onies in favor of the acceptance of the
proposals of the United States Govern-
onlv ft slight decrease iu the pre sen' men IookinK to a reciprocity arrange.
r " ment with the British West Indies,
I nave neen practically rejectee oy tne
Peach trees are blossoming in Santa
JNO. J. BEELER
America is the scene of many notable
railway enterprises. One of the most
difficult feats is to get to the top of a
mountain iu a steam car. This has
been accomplished frequently, however,
and by different devices. The railway
at Mount Washington climbs the up
rise, advancing forward like a cat climb
ing a tree. The iron clamps or claws
are advanced and the train of cars are
polled up by main force. The method
is entirely different at Central City,
Colorado, the cars moving forward, then
backward, but each change switches
them off to a higher elevation. It is
now proposed to build a railroad to
Pike's Peak, the summit of which is
14,000 feet above sea level, and is 8,000
feet higher than Mount Washington.
GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE,
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
THE ONLY LINE RUHH1HC
Pullman Falace Sleeping Cars,
Mngnlllce'lil Bay t'oacbes and
ELEGANT EWIGUANT SLEEPING CABS
with berths free of cost.
From Washington and Oregon
TO THE EAST!
Via St. Tanl and Minneapolis.
The only Trans-continental Line Sunning
PALACE DINING CARS.
' ' (Meals 75 cents.)
Fastest lime tver Made from
Northern Pacific Railroad.
To Sioux 'ltr. Council rtlulTs, St. .Io
xcpli, AU-litson, Leavenworth, Kansas
sjily, KurllnxfoB, Uulury,
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
Anil all points throughout the East and
muincaftt via St. ram una Minneapolis.
THE ONLY LINE RUNNING
Through Emigrant Sleeping
And hauled on regular express trains I
over tne entire ivugtu or tne Jionn-
cru raeinc ItallroaU.
Leave Wallula Junction at 4:40 a. m.
Leave Portland at 5 p. m. daily; arrive at Min
neapolis or Sc. Paul 12:25 p. m., fourth day.
connection maue at bt. faul and Minneapolis
to all points East, South and Southeast.
Train leaves Portland daily 8:25 a. m. Arrive I and advise as to patentability FREE OF
at jew lacoma u:uo p. m., connecting witn u. i CHAROE
The following is an account ot the
famous "Great Wall," made to obstruct
the incursions of the Tartar: The wall
is 1,723 miles long, 18 feet wide and
15 feet thick at the top. The founda
tion throughout is of solid granite, the
remainder of compact masonry. At an
interval of between 200 and 300 yards
towers r,ise up 25 to 30 feet high and
24 feet in d iameter. On the top of the
wall and on both sides of it are mason
ry parapets to enable the defenders to
pass unreen from one tower to another,
The wall itself is carr.jd from point to
point in a perfectly straight line, across
valleys and plains and over hills, with
out the slightest regard to the configur
ation of the ground, sometimes plung
ing down into abysses fully a thousand
feet deep. Brooks and small rivers are
bridged over by the wall, while on both
banks of larger streams strong flanking
towers are placed.
Post Office Buildiug,
Clocks and watches cleaned and re
paired in a skiful manner at reasonable
Caveats, Re-issues and Trade-Marks se
cured, and all other patent causes in the
I'atent Unice ana betore tne Uourts
promptly and carefully attended to.
U pon receipt ot model or sketch ol
invention, 1 make caretul examination
R. & N. Co's boats for all points on Pugct Sound
UUAS. S. JSK,
General Pass. Aat. St. Panl.
A. D. CHARLTON, Gen'l Wesfn Pass. Agent,
no. A nasmngion at., rortiana, ur.
11. 11. CHASE. Agt., Walla Walla.
rjUYLOR & EVANS,
Fees moderate, and I make NO
CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS SKC'JRED.
Information, advice and special referen
ces sent on application. -
J. B. L1T1ELL, Washington, JJ. U.
Near U. S. Patent Office.
THE MILTON NURSERY
-AND DEALERS IN-
EM O V E LTY G OODS, The undersigned has on hand a large assortment
I vi vuc, vny auu kin CC-J OU-UlU
FROM SAS FRASCISCO,
Leaving Spear Street wharf at 10 a. m. as
Columbia Tnesday, Feb
tueen oi tne l'acinc Sunday, fceb
uregon rnday, reb
Columbia Wednesday. Feb
Queen ofthe Pacific Monday, Feb
Oregon Saturday, Feb
Columbia Thursday. Mar
FRO If POCTLAXD,
Leaving Ainsworth Wharf at 12 midnight,
Oregon Wednesday, Feb
Colnmhia Monday, Feb
Queen of tho Paciflc Saturday, Feb
Oregon Thursday , Feb
Columbia Tuesday. Feb
tucen 01 the i'aatic Sunday, Uch
The right is reserved to change steamers
sailing da s.
RIVER TIME CARD.
None But Professional, Skilled and
THOROUGHLY INFORMED TEACHERS
will be employed in any department.
Spring Term Begins February 16th, 1885.
Normal Institute, 4 weeks, begins June 1, 1885.
Tuition, per term
Xoriual Institute fee
EF'Students found competent will be aided by the in
structors in securing position.
For further information and special terms, address
Eastern Oregon .Norma! Softool,
Leave Portland fori Mou Tues Wed ;Thu Fri
Dayton, Oregon .. 7 a m 17am 7 am.
Salem & Corvaliis. 6 a m jGam
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums.etc,
Some new and ran fruit. Also everal of the
Also six or eight varieties of GRAPE ROOTS,
uiu) we win sen at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
and will also take in exchange Wheat, Barley
and Oats at the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
Tramp are given ten days on bread
and water by tho Oinaba Police Justioe. I Ana Valley.
Up to this time the United States has
been forced to depend for iU supply of
tin upon England and other foreign
countries. This invaluable metal has
recently been found in the Black II ills
region ef this country. There ia enough
of it in Dakota not only to supply this
country, bnt the whole world for centu
ries to come. The tin- in Dakota is
richer and more easily mined than any
other tin on the face of the globe.
Pittsburg anarchists have received a
large supply ot dynamite and arms. It
is said thry have regular nights for drilling.
NOW IS TUE TIME
to insure the greatest amount and choicest varie
ties. We warrant our stock true to name; so
come on and patronize home production.
AARON MILLER & SON,
One Mile North of Hilton.
Post Office Building:,
To sell Dixon' new and superior maps and
chart. As paying an agencj a any in the
world. or 36 p?e catalogue, free, aidreaa
33 Xaryc St. Saa Francisco, fax.
Those desiring line, centraTlr located Bisine
ITiOts or beautifully situated Residence Sites in
CITY OF ADAmS,
can be acronrmodatedby calling at the office of the
Adams Real Estate Association,
M WK3TON, O&BGQS
For Astoria and Lower o unibia points, daily
For Tacoma and Seattle daily at 1:00 p. m.
Victoria, B. C, steamers do not run Sundays.
On and after Nov. 23d, 1384.
Leave "Walla Walla (West bound) 7:07 p. m
Leave Walla Walla (East hound) C:45 a. oi
t-earc Walla W a i la lor lilue .Mountain.. 11:00 a. in
Arrive at Blue Mountain 12:30 p. m
Leave Blue Mountain 1:00 p. m
Arrive at Walla Walla 2:30 p. m
PULLMAN PALACE CARS run through from,
Portland, Oregon to points on Northern Pacific
R. R. Connect at Wallula Junction for points
on Northern Pacific Railroad, and at Portland
for San Francisco and all Columbia River and
Puget Sound points.
Trains to Walla Wails, run daily, to Blue
Mountain daily, exett Sunday.
C. H. Prrscott,
MANUFATUltERS AST) DEALEltS IN
PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS
and all kiud of
THE BEST FURNITURE
We carry a fall stock of
Household Furniture, in
walnut, ash ami pine; also,
a large assortment of 4'liairs
Mattresses, Spring Seds,
Lounges, etc. A spjiy on
hand of House Mouldisig,
Moors and Sash, Flooring,
GIVE US A CALL.
AI OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
ill and hy virtue of an execution issued out of
tne Circuit Court of tr.e State o Oregon f- tile
county oi I matijla, and tome directed aniPi
delivered, on the 6th day of January, 1SS5, on a
Judgment and decree of foreclosure rendered and
entered in nid Circuit Court on the 19th dav of
utmr, l5tS4, wherein Hugh Hiyrthur, plain
tiff, obtained judgment against John Jf. Heeler,
defendant, for the sum of Three Hundred and
rifty boiiara i83.-) and Forty Dollars attorney's
ices, and unity -tiri ana 22-100 do' lars costs,
which jtwijraient waa enrolled and docketed in
the e'erk's office of said court in said county on
said 19th day of December, 1884, and whereas
by consideration of said Circuit C ourt it was or
dered, adjudged and decreed that the hereinafter
uescnoed premises, to-wit, the following: Coin
mencin? 60 feet north from the southeast comer
of McArtliur's Reserve; raining thence west 160
feet; running tbence north GO feet; runn n?
thence east l&) feet; running thence south 60
feet to the place of beginnins;, all of said real
estate beiny in McArthur's addition to the town
of Weston, in Umatilla county, Oregon, he sold
to satisfy this decree and judgment. No tics is
hereby given that on the t
8IU Daw t February. lfWS,
at two o'elock p. ro. of said day, in front of the
Court House doer in Pendleton, in Umatilla
county, Oregon. I will sell all the right, title and
interest which said defendant, John N. Beeler,
had in the above-described premises on or since
the 18th day of April. 1383, together with all ten
ements and hereditaments thereto belonging, at
public auction to the highest bidder for cath in
band, to satief y said execution and all csta.
WM. MAUTUr, Sheriff.
Dated January Hh, ISSw. u
COOPER SCRMUCX & C.ARNETT,
Comer Main and Water Sts.,
WESTON - OREGON.
WALLA WALLA BAKERY
DO IT NOW.
Take Yoar Choice of Compa
And all kinds of
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street,
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ftk;1.e,? ob)ect of interest to all. Ably
eoadnetedl HnpcrbLr illutratedTt
Only t2 a year. L. SamueOhibUsher, Ho.Xti
Earb of these Companies has.
deposited with the State
Treasurer of Oregon ior the
protection of Policy Hold
ers. Agency at
The Leader Office.