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WESTON WEEKLY LEADER-
S. T. JI-t aLL, PablUfcer.
Imozd Every Saturday Moesiso,
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WESTON, UMATILLA COUNTY. OREGON, MARCH 6,1 885.
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marriara sjMl death will be incited withoo
charf. Obituary actieMciMccwl ierMv
Legal blank, of .11 "".Is tor
Offio at Postoffice.
TTrALKEU & BUCEY,
ATTOBHEYS AH3 COUHStLLOS AT LAW
steal Ett Md Public
Land Matter a specialty .
the Kirst National Bank, ttuurt
Attorney at Law,
. i- .. ivwirta of tliis State and
Lend Offlt-e busine ana t,uerwma,
AoiM-Maln 11.. Wfilon. r.
rm-,..A I. I.. Mn Arthur will ho axioclated
-iti, m. In all in v OK) in the Circuit or Supreme
j j. Mcdonald,
Physical! and Surgeon.
OFFICE Over the Drug Store, la
land City, Oregon. S"A11 calls prompt
ly atended to.
JTjlOlflULnVfif Ifc XJ
&CC CAX 3VBTCS BE A MA.
She can preach the Gospel
As an eminent divine,
Eloquently argue -
And with legal talent shine.
She can write prescriptions
And the tongue correctly scan,
But a cruel (ate decrees
She can never be a man.
She can wield the ballot
For a party's candidate.
Emulate the smoker,
And can quaff the cup till late.
She can play at billiards
And cn nourish a rattan,
But struggle as she will.
She can never be a man.
S'.rran run at races, .
Wiumtur easily the prize,
T:ke a course at college,
And to highest standing rise.
She can act as men do
Even dress without a ban;
But as long as time endures
She can never be a man.
LOC AL IT3 LU4it;CF..
U. BAHKEU, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Cook & Ir miw'h Drug Store.
V. T. WILLIAMSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
ObaUtrlct anil iltaeascH of women a specialty.
Orrica Orsa SreisAKta's.
Thin powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in com
petition with the multitude of low test, short
weifrht,alumorphosphatepowdcrs. Sold only l
CASS. itoTAb BaKUiO Fowoaa Ca, 106 Wall-ft,
JjR.IL J. WILLIAMS
llnese it Co.'s Drug
g.AH calls promptly attended to.
EO. W. KINU, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over Steinuktr's store,
WlTO.N - - OREGON.
4 'alia promptly answered day or night.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
rcadleloa - - Oroaon.
Court St., la Dcroert'i Drug Store.
Watch repulrlmratneiialtr. Jewelry made to
ordar and repaired. All work warranted. Aijent
for the sale of American WatrhcD. ilic Jcwel
rv Conipanv and Klnir' ecletiratod conihtnation
ptctacle the best in the world; also aent lor
ih Weber and Chickerinir Dianas, the Kstcy and
urlinf uruan. C. U. Conn' and 0. MaldUoir
BaniTS WASTEn.-Wt want a lady or t
prmntatin In every county to lntroance ov
Bacailn, book and other article, to whom llben
avirt r offered . Addre The American Agtnt
Bv the use of TIitettcrs Stomach Bitt-nrs the
ha-ard aiti'earnce of the coii!itcituice aiid sal-
i.tvviioss of dvsji'j, tit's are su, 1 hint .m I bv a hi-alth
ior 1 k, and as thy f.tod is uvsimi uteri, the b k!v
iMtniirvs subslatK-e. An. et'te is ret Ttd, ind
the nervous systym refre-0i;d witii nnch needed
!! umber, thr tvjh the use of tins nicrficim
which is al. benrrial to pe;.ns of a rhuumtitic
tendency, and an inudthnab.e preventive of fever
jorsuie uvurugijcsanu uoaiers, genurauy.
SIT OWN STORY.
Blacksmiths all busy.
Dr. F. C. CamphelL the deutist,
lias returned to We3tou.
Bad cold? are common at present.
So in nob for gentle Spring.
Drummers and insurance agents are
,'Pttiu' monotonous in numbers.
- -Mr. Jacob Proebstel went to Port-
laud on business last Thursday.
- The new hotel will be ready for oc
cupancy aiiout the 15th of this month.
Plenty ef sweetness: Messrs Dusen-
hury & Co. received a whole carload of
sugar last Saturday.
Mrs. J. R. Miller and family left
on Monday tor an extended visit to
fiieud3 in the Willamette valley.
Mr. Jno. Mays, one of Weston's
pioneers, but now residing at Dayton,
W. T., was in the city last Monday.
Twenty-twa taxpayers out of ane
hundred and fifty -six is rather a small
percentage of attendance at the schoal
A tramp preacher struck the town
last Saturday and he has been making
I'm me tuirly howl with bis fervor and
' The auetion sale of furniture last
Saturday was very poorly attended.
Money is yet too scarce to indulge in
The home of aoy childhood was called
Larchdale. Across the river a tiny cot
tage nestled at the foat of a hill, and
here a great deal af my time was speut.
for I was a favorite with Miss Emerson.
One evening, when I entered the par
lor, I was surprised to find that she was
aot alone, but talking in a low, aarneat
tone ta a grave bat singularly handsome
man, leaning against the window.
"Cine in, Clare," Miss Emerson said;
catchiug sight of me as I tried to with
draw unseen. As I went forward into
the sanlight. I saw the stranger's face
grow pale, and a loak of pain come into
his grave, dart eyes. "You you see
the likeness, Royal?"
The pain in his eyes deepened, bis
proud face grew graver.
"But I hare not introduced you,"
she said, "excuse me. Miss Ashton,
Mr. Gray;" and then he bent his stately
head, while I likened him to my fa
vorite, ideal hero.
"Mits tmerson. I said, wr.en we
were alone, "will you tell me whom I
so much resemble. "lou resemble
this, Clare, she said, tukiue a tiny min
iature from her desk and hauding it to
"I resemble that?" I cried, almost
doubting my senses, for the face that
smiled up at me was lovely beyond des
cription. "Yes," she said, "you have the same
dark eyes, with the amber light in their
depths, the same wavy crown of pale
golden hair, the same tender, child-like
When I had known Royal three
months three short, dreamy months
I awoke to the knowledge that I had
come to woman's heritage. I loved
Royal Gray; and then I began to avoid
him, lest his grave, proud eyes should
read my secret.
lay white aad still in his arras. -
One week after the funeral, Mr. and
Mrs. Gray went abroad, and the vessel
they sailed in went dowu at sea, and
Royal was sole heir.
One year after Royal went to Lenore
and asked her to be his wife.
"Royal,", ahe said, "I am not ht to
be yonf 'wife. Though innocent of
guilt, my carelessness cost Linda Gray
her life. I paid no heed to her after
we went np, giving all my attention to
the story I was reading. Royal, do
you still wish me to be yoar wife?"
"No," he said, gravely, "but I have
loved you as woman is seldom loved,
Lenore;" and then he hade her farewell,
never to meet but once again. From
the day of their parting Lenore grew
pale and wan, and the shadow iu her
timber eyes deepened, and four years
after she died died in Royal Gray's
arms, with his kisses on her lips.
"Good-bye, Royal, my love," she
said, I have given my life for my care
lessness. Kiss me now, my darlin
for the last time," and he bent his head
and kissed her tenderly, as her spirit
"He loved Lenore Vincent," I cried,
forgetting myself in my agonv, "and
he will never love another." Miss
Emerson smiled. ' "Clare," she said.
I told you this story at Royal Cray's
request, but he wishes to finish it him
self;" and then she was gone leaving
I sank down at the side of the sofa,
and wept passiouate tears. Remember
I was only eighteen, and I loved him
"Clare Clare, darling, do not weep,"
said the voice I loved, behind me, "but
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Mr. II. B. Griffin and family re
moved this week to their farm in Cold
Spring t become permanent residents
of that place.
Some bad boys went fishing last
Sunday. They did not usa hook and
line. They used a rifle, and captured
Geo. A. Hartman has found plenty
of water at reasonable depth on the hill
side east of town. This will be a fine
location for residences.
Mr. J. A. Downing, one of Dry
Creek's thrifty farmers, anticipating
a bountiful harvest has already ordered
a new threshing machine.
The Heppner Gazette goes round by
Alkali to reach Weston and does not
get here until the Monday following the
Thursday after which it is published.
Mr. J. O. Meorehause came pretty
near having a bi lire in his barn last
week. A fire which perhaps originated
j lrom the stub of a eigarette was noticed
in time to be easily controlled.
Everybody is busy making garden.
Now look out for your neighbor's chick
ens and remember the city ordinance on
ths subject stands right in with you, if
you resent their annoying you.
The LEACElt regrets
one of Mr. James Leach's boys met with
an accident while playiug, by which
one of his legs was broken. Mr. Leach's
placb is on Black Horse, beyond Hepp
ner, A brother of the injured boy
started for Heppner in search of surgi
cal assistance, hut before reaching the
town his horse threw him and ran away.
Ho however succeeded in walking into
town and found a doctor. At last ao
counts the little fellow was doing wall.
From the report of Mr. F. M.
Pauly, clerk of school district No. 19,
we learn that there are in the district
of school age 1!3 males, 140 females,
total 333. This is a gain in one year ot
o0, the total last year being 2S3. The
number of pupils enrolled 13 21S. Num
ber of pupils enrolled iu private schools
32. Number of legal voters in district,
156.. Total amount of school fund re
ceived during the year, 51S72.50.
Amount expended $1303.22. Balance
on hand, $567.34.1 Estimated value ot
school house, grounds and furniture,
Last Monday at the annual school
meeting, Mr. O. Mosier, tha senior di
rector, beinsr absent, the meeting was
llo.l nnler bv Mavor White. Hin
ule.s of previous meeting were read and
approved. The report of the clerk was
read and referred to the following com
mittee: Dr. McColl, Messrs. H. McAr
thur and S. A. Barnes, who, after a
short recess, reported favorably, highly
complimenting the clerk upon tha neat
ness and correctness of his records. The
report of the comruitte was unanimous
ly adopted. Messrs. T. J. Price, J.
Proebstl and O. Mosier were piacea in
Hartman declining. The Brst ballot
stood: PriceS, Mosier 2, Proebstel 10,
Dr. Kiug 1. No election. The second
ballot stood: Price 9, Mosier 1, Proeb
stel 11. Mr. J. ProeUtel was declared
duly elected to serve for the next threa
years. Messrs. F. M. Pauly and W.
H. McCoy were nominated for Clerk.
The first ballot stood: Pauly 13, McCoy
8. Mr. Pauly was declared duly eleet-
yaddr nponrecei t
-8 oenta. T ... t p
v ., near
auuui ayuu ikmifviiniii - .
for fo taformatlon tmi yn ,ddrefOTloa linnTftSitCRV WaDn J ed Clerk for one year,
Mi-ai tVefca& ATawe, CkiamS,2j, ' mect:,tS adjourned.
"Clare, darling, what is the matter?"
Miss Emerson asked one day, whan she
was again looking at tha picture I bad
seen once before,
"I am I am going away," I sobbed;
then forgetting myself entirely in my
pain, I said,. "Oh, Miss Emerson, will
you tell me the story of that picture
and Boyal Gray!"
"Yes Clare," she said. "I was about
to tell it to yon to-day. Many years
ago, Koyal Gray loved the original of
that miniature above all on earth.! : A
low cry escaped my lips, and then ah
"When I was sixteen years old.
Clare, I went to live with a distant re'
lation ot my mother, mi name was
Carrol Gray. .
"Koyal Gray had been brought up as
heir to all the broad lands of which
his uncle was master, for Carrol Gray
had reached fifty before he met Linda
Dayton, who became his wife six months
later; but when little Linda was born,
Royal knew he was no longer heir.
Next to Lenore, Royal loved his pretty
baby cousin best on earth. j
But, if Royal loved Linda, I do not
know what name to give the warship
her mother lavished on her. It was
s mply adoration.
One evening Mrs. Gray came in where
Lenore and little Linda were silling
dressed for a dinner party, to which she
and Mr. Gray were going. After Mrs.
Gray was gone, Lenore took a book and
said she was going up to the west bal
cony to read. "Me ge, too," said Linda,
jumping up. "Take care, Lenore," I
said, "that Linda does not fall (low i
the steps." "O, nonsense!" Lenore
answered, carelessly, and smiling her
to iearu that own ueculiar. irentle smile, at mv ner
vousness; and, Clare, that was the last
time I ever saw a smile on her beauti
A few minutes later Royal came in
and threw himself on a lounge beside
me. "Where is Lenore?" he asked be
At that instant a wild shriek rang
out on the calm summer air.
"It is Lenore!" he cried, his face as
pallid as death.
"The the west balcony," I gasped.
Oh, God! the sight that met our eyct
when we reached it. On the ground
lay the prostrate forms of Linda and
Lenore. One glance told me that the
child had fallen down the steps, another
that she was dead but Lenore had
fainted. Will I ever forget the telling
ot the story to the parents? Can lever
forget the look of the mother, as she
bent over her dead ehild?
Lenore knelt in the far end of the
room, Mr. Gray and Koyal stood a lit
tle distance from her, and Mrs. Gray
bent over the tiny, cold form of her
Suddenly' she crossed the room and
stood over Lenore,
"Murderess!" she hissed, "think you
that Roval Gray will o.arry you now?
He was your promised husband, and
mv child stood between him and wealth.'
"Oh, God!" cried the girl, "you do not
mean that? For God's sake, say that
yoa do not mean that!"
"Mean it! Girl, I know yon murder
ed my child." "No! no!! no!!!" Lenore
shieked. "In mercy's name unsay
, v, 1 T 1 J
your worus. royai iojai, ju
not believe that?
"No, Lenore," he answered, "I do
not believe it.
"Thank God," she said; and then she
went to Mrs. Gray, and, kneeling at her
feet, said: "For Ood'a sake, nnsay
your words. Tell me that you do not
think I killed your child."
"Fool!" shrieked the mother, "were
you mad not to dream that I should
know the truth? Murdaresa? Itt go my
At last Reya! went oyer and carried
Appropriated without permission (rem eachasf s
A grain warehouse and lumber
yard is needed at Juniper on the
Oolimbia river to accommodate
grain raiaera of tha Juniper and
Gold Spring countries. I
F. U. Shannon, of Cold Spr ins,
waa in town thiia week. He reports
that crop in his sectien of the
country never looked better, and
promise an enormous yield at har
vest. - . , .
James H. Haley hasbeen appoint
ed agent for the sale of lands of the
N. P. R. K. in Umatilla county.
A better selection could not have
been made. I
Mr. Kirk, of Heppner, was
thrown from a load of hay, abeut
four miles below that town ok Tues
day, and fell between the wheels ef
the wagon, one of which passed
over his leg, below the knee, break
mg both bones.
One Eramett Boggs living near
iieux arans an ounce ot tauaanum
on the 24th mat., with intent to
commit suicide, but by the timely
aid -i Dr. J. Griswold, he is likely
to recover. j
Everybody and their friends are
going to have one hundred and
sixty acres of land on the ' reserva
tion or knew the rtason why.
The following marriage I licences
were issued by the county clerk
during the month of February: T.
W. Berry and Alice VV hite, J. Ss.
Young and Mattie E. Hooker, Ed.
let me finish the story Misa Emerson Marcett and Felicitas Cecelia Ward,
told you. Little one, though my past Henry W. Shepherd and Mary
has been sorrowful, my future may be Brassfield, Geo. A. Reynolds anW
bright, for, Clare, I have learned U Mary E. Vanwinkle, TL J. Slater
love again. Oh! my darling, my little and Marearet E. Furnish. Hiram
child-love, may I hope?" H. Miller and Mary L. Dozier,
Aud so I became Royal Cray's wife, H. C. Beck and Grace Howell,
and ha learned to forget the beautitul
girl who slept iu her quiet grave. I of
fered to call ray first baby-girl "Lenore."
"No, darling," lie said, "call her the
name I love best on earth. Call her
for yourself Clare."
Frank Holdman and Inez Williams,
W. C. Tilton and Cynthia M.
Besolallea of Respect.
KILLS THAT ARB LAW.
EASTERN OREGON FENCES.
No. 69 Provides that wire fences in
any of the counties east of the Cascade
mountains shall be eoostructed In the
following manner. They shall have
posts six and one-halt feet in length
and not less than feur inches in diame
ter, made of sound timber; such posts
shall be set in the ground two feet and
shall bo net further than thirty-two
feet apart; there shall be not fewer than
tnree wires ot tlie kind in common use
stretched from post to post; the lower
wire shall be two feet from the ground,
the second fifteen inches above the
lo.ver, stid the upper one fifteen iuches
from the second one. Said wires shall
! be fastened to the pests securely, at
the distance of eight feet from each of
said posts, and at every space of eight
feet from each other throughout the en
tire leegth of such fences, there shall
be poles or falsa posts set up on the
ground, four and a-half feet in height,
to which the wires of such fences shall
be securely fastened; and on each side
of such fences, if the ground can be
plowed, shall be plowed a deep furrow
MILTON, Oregon, Feb. 21, 18S5,
At a meeting of the members of En
terprise Lodee No. 490, I. O. G.T., the
following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, The great Ruler of the Uni
verse has, in Ua inmmte wisdom, re
moved from our midst our worthy
and esteemed brother, and
Whereas. The intimate relation held
during his short stay here with tha I.
O. G. T., makes it fitting that we re-
. eord onr appreciation of him; there
fore be it
Resolved, That while wo bow in hum.
ble submission to the will of our Fath
er, we mourn the loss of bur brother
who has been taken from us.
Resolved, That in the d;ath of Broth
er John II. Barnett, this Lodge laments
the loss of a brother who was ever true
to the principles of our Order; whose ut
most endeavors were exerted for its wel
fare and prosperity; a friend and chain
pion who was dear to us all; a brother
whose upright and noble life was
standard of emulation to his fellows.
Resolved, That the heat tfelt sympathy
of this Lodge be extended to his rela
tions iu their affliction.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread on the records of the Lodge, and
a copy thereof be transmitted to the rel
atives of our deceased brother, and a
Winter Stock for 1884 '85 now complete,
COM prising a thobough link of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
New and Nobby Styles of
Gents' Clothing and
at Bed-Reck Prices.
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpets,
Wall Paper, Crockery, Lamps
AMD THE HOST COMPLETE J.IKE OP
in Eastern Oregon.
All of which is offered at astonishingly
Low Prices for Cash.
Our price list before purchasing elsewhere.
B. AH persons knowing themselves in
debted to us by note or account will please take no
tice that we need money, and must have a complete
settlement by November 20th, 1884
N. DUSENBERY & CO.
October 14, 1884.
aud the dirt thrown up close to the
fences. Iu all cases where the ground coo to tlje Weston Leader for pnb
on wnicn wire ienres are construcreu is lication.
of such-a sharaeter that it caunot be
conveniently plowed, the fences shall
be made in all respects as provided in
the foregoing section, excepting that
the furrows may be omitted, but in lieu
fences shall have four wires, spaced as
follows: Tha lowtr one shall be twelve
inches from the ground, the second
fourteen inches above the lower one,
tlie third fourteeu inches above the sec
ond one, and the fourth at the top of
ADAMS MEAT MARKET
Here is where you oan get year taoaey'a
Beef, Pork, Mutton,
and everything in the line of meats that
the country produces.
W. II. Pierce,
J. C. McGisnis,
- A. E. Pierce,
W. A Thompson,
T. W.j Berry,
W. Berry, Secretary.
Syrup of t'les.
Nature's own true Laxative. Pleas
ant to the Palate, acceptable to the
The bill provides that stock Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain
injured or killed by contact with fences,
not in accordance with this law, shall
be paid for by the party owning the
No. 90 Fixing times for holding cir
cuit court sessions in she Sixth judicial
district as follows: Grant county, first
Monday in March and second Monday
in September; Baker, fourth Monday in
March and fourth Monday in Septem
ber; Union, third Monday in April and
third Monday in October; Umatilla,
second Monday in May and third Mon
day iu November.
TOBACCO AXD SPIRITS.
No. SG Making it obligatory upon
public school teachers to teach the phys'
ical effects of tobacco and spirits.
No. 162 Blacks bill, allowing eon'
tracts between borrower and lender a
to which shall pay the taxes on mort-
caees. where the interest rate is not
errater than eight per cent, per an
less iu its action. Cures habitual Con
stipation, Billiousnesa, Indigestion and
kiukred ills. Cleanses the system, pur
ifies the blood, regulates; the Liver and
acts on the Bowels. Breaks up Colds,
Chills aud Fevers, etc. Strengthens
the ore-ins on which it acts. Better
than bitter, nauseous Liver medicines.
pills, salts and draughts. Sample bot
tles free, and large bottles for sale by
W. H. McCoy.
J. PROEBSTEL. C. B. PROEBSTEL, '
Highest market price paid for fat
MAIN 8T. - - ADAMS.
Something nice for members and offi.
cers of deliberative bodiea baa bean
brought out by Uriah Smith, ef Battle
Creek, Mich. It is a "Diagram of Par
liamentary Rules," together with con
cise hints and directions for conductiag
the bnsineas of such bodies; by which a
glanco at a singla page gives all needed
information for the disposition of any
questions which may arise, either posi
tively or negatively. It is to the stndy
of parliamentary practice wbat a map
is to the study of geography.
Philadelphia's great City Hall,
begun many years ago, is not yet
completed. The great tower is
now about 150 feet high, and when
completed it will be J537 feet four
inches, the tallest structure in the
world except the Washington be.
lisk. The building is of white mar
ble, 4S6 feet six inches by 470 feet
in size, covering AX acres of ground,
with 520 big rooms and a total of
141 acres of floor room. It is to
have a big clock with dials '20 feet
in diameter, and if they gat off with
a bill of costs of $10,000,000 the
taxpayers will rejoice.
WATER ST. WESTON.
This Qestauraat is now epea for the noaptlon
ot guests. Th tabl is alvars furnished with
th best ths market afford
Board & Lodging
can b secured at reasonable rates. The BED
ROOMS ARE NEW, NEAT AND CLEAN.
will Sad this the best place In the city.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Mrs. R. M. Powers,
h nook on the Liver and tta dlsaaeea," to
y liTtTT" s Strasa ex., tuw xoa axj(
Ou motion the j ,he ftjmost delirious girl away. She
A dry-goods merchant of Tender
foot City, Arizona, has inserted the
following advertisement in the lo
cal paper: "We have the dnrndest
lot of Al goods every seen in th a
divide, and we can bust any snoozer
who tries to dispute it. Hitch np
the old boss and come and see as.
We have ransacked the world to
set the nnest goeda, and we are
bound tc please." j
The date of the Princass Beat rice's
marriage will not be fixed until the
usual grant is made by Parliament.
1 Matrimony is always a matter o' money
i m the king business. .
There will be three Quakers ia
the next Congress. Although
Friends are not give to office-seek
ing, their merits have often pressed
them into public service.
Proebstel Bros. Proprietors.
And keep constantly on hand all kinds
01 mill leed such as
CHOP BARLEY '
Notice to the Public, '
All persons knowing themselves in,
debted either by note or book account,
are hereby requested to come forward
and make immediate payment, at all old
running account muat bo nettled by '
April 1st, 1884, or the sauie will be duly '
collected by law.
a We also wish to m r tintiM that
the Weston Steam Flonr Mill is for rent
?ri " .For.furth particulars apply'
H. O- MARSHALL,
W. H. BERKELEY
respectfully informs the pnblie that be
nas now at nis mm on
WILD HORSE, KIKE MILES FROM WESTOR
(a good Msortment of
All Ends of. Lumtav
Is prepared to do any and all kinds of
work in his liue. Prices reasonable.
J E. KIKKLAND, "
Land koeinessof an kinds-WiM. Dtorlnr m.
At attended to wit i promptness and ear.
Collecting Accounts a Specialty,'
(Boceeeaor to 8impoa), '
Work don hi the Latet and Beat 8t;iu"
SaojM-kxs iflcr fy"inufcn6erj-t