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rCLIX It. MITCHELL
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1885.
The rellewint are the authorized agents) Of the
Liim in their respective localities:
tniUttan ......... O W Walker.
Ileppuer O H Hallock,
Hilton A B Kvans.
Centerville 8 H tituart,
Wall Walla O T Thompson,
Ella P. O Frank Gviatt
Island t'itv .......J. L. Carter.
Walla Walla A. Meachen
L'ruuiHifcrs arc 'ouoecting j.ieatiuil.
Mayor White is iu Walla Walla nn-
der medical treatment.
Goods cheap at J. J. Bantai Co.'s,
Mr. C. B. Livcrmore of Walla Wal
la waa in the city during the week.
A fine lino of cigar aid tobacco at
J. J. BanU & Co. 'a, Centemlle.
Naw potatoes, green peaa and beans
are plentiful in the Weston market.
When ia aaed of drag don't fail
UealloaJ. J. Bant & Co., Center
villa. Mr. J. A. Downing Tttarnrd yes
terday from a three month' sojourn oa
N. L. Diamond took a spin to Wal
la Wall the first of the week, combin
ing business with pleasure. '
Mr. B. F. Raley, of Meadows, was
in Weston this week on business. The
LEADER acknowledges a pleasant call.
Messrs. H, Dnsenbery of Walla
Walla and I. Stencil of Dayton were
visiting friends in Weston last Thurs
Miss Until Griffin, who has been
attending St. Punl's School at Walla
Walla for a year past, returned heme
A small field of barley east of Broad
street, belonging to "Grand pap" Nel-
aon, and just cat for hay, yielded near
ly bre tons to tue acre.
Some subscriber writing from Wal
la Walla requests ns to change bis pa
per from that postoilico to Milton, but
neglects to sign his name.
Mr. J. B. Frazier, et Milton was in
the city last Monday and reports crops
his neighborhood as being "way up
batter than evar was known there.
Saline & Co. have received a large
nnmber of bran-new sacks, importation
of 1S85. Farmers should supply them
selves from this firm and save money
The strawberry season has nearly
ended and the oM-faahioned fentival
and promenade has not yet made its ap
pearance, for which let ua be truly
Oa Saturday last, while turning a
street corner in Pendleton, Hank
Vaughn was thrown from bis baggy and
sustained severe injuries about the head
and face, his nose being broken iu two
A heavy shower of rain visited
this section last Wednesday night
Spring g'ain was somewhat lienefitted
thereby, but fall grain would produce a
better crop it ao more ram tell uutil at
Our citizens are anxiously await
ing news from Wiutsburg and are conu
dent that our boys will come oat on top.
Uets were freely ottered on the streets
during the week in favor of the lilue
Mouutain nice, but met with no takers,
Our old friend "Gov." Berkeley, of
(JcatemllH, has associated luusclt with
the Cox brothers of Pendleton, and the
three have purchased a large ranch en
Cainas prairie where they intend to eit
cage extensively in the stock-raising
Tho attention of wheat growers is
called to the advertisement of A. J.
Jtouanzoiu, in another column, Mr,
llouuazoia wiM not only furnish cacks
at the very lowest rates, but will pay
the highest cash price for wheat deliv
ered ut any station on any railroad.
Tho grandest ball ever given in
Weston will occur at tho Skating Kink
a the evening ot the 3rd of July, (iar
red's string band of Milton has been
g'ig"d for the occasion. The ball is
being gotten ap under the management
of the Fourth of July Committee. J.
l'roebstcl and U. A. JUrtinan compose
tho reception committee, and Fred lis
enzweig, Al Uecvss and Frank McAl
lister will be door mauugers.
On Sunday, June 21st, the Umatil
la Indians will begin their annual week
of borne racing. Foot-racing, koife
throwiag and shooting will also be in
dulged in. Indians rarely inn their
borne a short distance, the races gener
ally being from one to ten miles. Tbe
race track is situated at the head of
Spring Hollow and is a level stretch of
about four miles. To thane who never
witnessed an Indian horse race the
sport is truly exciting.
One day last week three cowboys,
ri'tat from Montana, rode luto I en
tervilla and announced their determina
tion to "take the town." They proceed
ed to ride up and down the sidewalks
' and commit other nuisances when Jitn
roie Stamper organized himself into a
committee of one, choked one of them
util he yelled enough and placed
bay-window over tbe eyes of the other
two. The "Montana vowbovs" conclud
ed that Cenlerville was a bad town to
take and mado quick time towards the
. Several buggies filled with yeuncr
people from Weston attended the camp
meeting at Milton last Sunday. Thry
report having had a good time. The
camp Ground is oa the farm of Wm
Nichols, in a beautiful grove by the
river side. The services were held in a
large tentaud a lion t forty or fifty small
er tents were scattered through the
(rove, presenting quite a picturesque
appearance. The meeting closed last
Breachy cows are creating sad hav
oc with yards and gardens in Weston.
On Wednesday night Prof . Owen's yard
was broken into, and besides ruining
his ross bushes and shrubbery, a fine
raspberry patch was completely demor
alized. Mrs. Beeler's garden also, yes
terday morning, presented the appear
ance ot a stork corral. People who
.uow meir sows aie breachy and will
continue to turn them out to prey upon
tneir neighbors, sUoald be made to feel
tks strong hand of tho law. They mav
consider themselves the nattera i ri.r;L
tianity, but they have certainly neglect
ed the Golden Kule. J
Tarvel is increasing between
dleton and Blue Monntain.
Old Mr. Chenoweth is seriously ill,
and Bit expected to recover. .
The Fire Company of Weston now
numbers about fifty members..
Ti.Vi rnrot to call on J. J.TJanta
& Co., CeuUrville, for druga at low
A largo force of carpenters begin
work Monday on FroebsUl Bros.' mam
Mrs. Townend of Pendleton is
spending a few d;iys in the city, visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Carden.
Kev. W. E. Potwine delivered the
address at the closing of St. Paul's
school, in Walla Walla, last Wednesday.
It is reported that Mr. J. W. Emrie
who used to live up on Wild Horse has
taken r ranch leave of the country and
J. P. Wager, editor of the E. O.,
has gone East and will visit Washing
ton City before his return. Will he
meet with better success than Tony
Tiie TYcston Boys Scoop Waits
bars by a Score of 34
Joernny Ream Succeeds In Overhauling
a Cattle Thief.
Waitsbvrg, June 10th.
In spite of tho quiet mauner in which
the Blue Mountain boys slipped out of I should have possessed knowledge super
h,wn T.c,u i ior to that of the wisest asd best physi
"VMI IUV1U..., M. SUUUUCG I . . , . . 1
. . cians ot the present aavi lie eviaenuy
on are aware mat iney reany ma start believed Veventine disease rather
for the Waitsburg base ball tournament than curing it. This is what De Haven's
at that time. Well, thev did. The I Desoemia Cure aims to do; it acts direc
day was cool, the roada excellent and digestive juices of the stomach
A Walla alia man is making an
initial shipment of ten car-loads of
wheat to Minneapolis. If the enter
prise proves profitable, other shipments
Ws noticed the familiar ceuntC'
nance of r-mslcy llulcnour on the
streets oa Tuesday last. He reports
business in Adams as booming and the
When you go tow alia Walla re
member that the Dclmonico has been rc
opened by F. J. Carlyle, so long and
favorably known to the public as clerk
ot the Stine House.
Mr. J. S. Morgan presented the
Leader office this week with a leaf of
rhubarb that certainly "takes the cake,
it measuring 38 inches in length by .14
jn widtli. W ho can beat it?
Deputy Sheriff J. i.. Jicam sue.
ceed in overtaking Emrie near Dayton
W. 1 ., and compelled mm to turn over
a lot ot stock upon which llollis
Cleve of Ceutervills had a mortgage.
A match game ot base ball was
played yesterday afternoon atWaitsburg
bctweeu the Walla Walla and Weston
clubs, but no report of the game ha
been received up to the hear of going
Mr. J. B. Mabana of Pendleton.
the inventor of a combined header and
thresher, has just completed his first
machine, which has been pronounced a
lucres. It was sold this week to a
farmer near Walla Walla for the sum of
NOTES BY THE WAYSIDE.
HeaStb f ievfs.
One noticeaole feature absut Jewish
cemeteries in the south is the scarcity
of newly made graves after aa epidemic
of cholera r yellow fever. .Statistics
shows that fewer of them die than any
other race from these or kin dred diseases.
Daring the cholera scourge in Toulon
onlv two orthodox Jews died ef it,
while in numbers they equalled luny
20 per cent of the population. Their
immunity from disease, and the certain
ty with which they recover when attack
ed by it, is accounted for by the simplici
ty of their diet. They are very strict
abeutfollowiogtbe dietary laws prescrib
ed by Moses. Isn't it a little strange
that Moses, if he was only a historian,
BY THE MILIUM
SALING & GO'S.
the boys ia the best of humor. It was
one continued circus all the way. The
boys surprised tho natives at Milton
and struck consternation into the quiet
ranchers along the way. Walla Walla
found to be pretty lively. Yoa
and both prevents and cures Indigestion
and uyspepsia. free sample Domes at
Vi. U.. McUoy's Drug Store,
Farmers comins into town yester
day reported . that the heavy rain of
TV eunesdav mgnt had caused considera
ble grain on summer-fallowed laud to
lodge, but think tht a few days of
warm sunshine would straighten it
Mrs. Powers had four men at work
on W cdncsday placing a culvert ncro?s
vv ater street, leading from her restau
rant to Pine creek. If others would
follow Mrs. Powers' example the health
ot Westou this summer would be lav
A span et horses ran away on Main
street 1 ncsday evening and created con
eiderable excitement for a while. They
came to a prematura halt by running
into Fred Pauly's hitching post, demor
alizing the post, but doing no further
Senator Sherman and party will
visit Walla Walla on the 20th inst.
Tho Mayor of Westou has not yet ex
tended them an invitation to spend s
few days in Weaton. It should be
done. The excursionists might feel
Jude Barker and Mr. C. Cleve'of
Centerville we.re in the city last Satur
day, and tin id the Leader man a friend
ly call. Mr. Cleve was on tho hunt ef
an absconding creditor, but failed to
liud him. He reports business in ( en
tervillc as brightening up and prospects
;oed tor a large summer and fall trade,
A district conference and camp-
meeting, under the auspices of the in
d. i uurcli booth, began a session yes
terday on the Weston mountain, near
Jas. lioyse's place, east of Weston
Uevs. Ogh-sby and Burger, besides scv
erul ministers from a distance, are in attendance.
lor sluggish bowels, torpid liver,
indigestion, had breath, flatulence, sick
headache, Ayer's Cathartic Pills are
the certain remedy. By laud or at sea,
out on the prairie or in the crowded
city, they are the best pills for purga
tive purposes, everywhere alike conven-
ent, emcacisus and sate.
A New Orleans paper refers edi
torially to the wonderful restoration to
health of Mr. T. Posey, druggist, 22,'i
Canal street, that city, who some time
go was prostrated by an excruciating
attack ol sciatica. Alter much Butter
ing his wife applied St. Jacobs Oil,
whicn cured him promptly and entirely.
The E. O. is authority for the
statcmeut that the woman " who can
vassed this vicinity a few days ago,
claiming to be Mrs. Saunders, who had
her residence and household goods des
troyed near Foster last winter, is a
fraud. Mrs. Sauaders has been living
iu Umatilla ever since her loss, never
leaving her home at all.
would have supposed from the way in
which the players were interviewed by
the reporters of the Walla Walla press,
that the former were ef considerable
importance in the eyes of more than
themselves. By the way small Paul is
back on the Union, which accounts for
the assassine attempts at saying some
thing smart which has made that usually
fair journal seem ridiculoas lately
After a glorious dinner at the Delraonico
tbe boys struck out for the seen of the
contest. The grain fields between
Walla Walla and Waitsburg are equal
to those around Weston what better
praise could be bestowed upon tbem
The first man met at Waitsburg was
Jno. Beam, our own popular constable
and deputy sheriff. He had been up
fifteen miles beyond Dayton to inter
view Mr. J. W. Emrie en behalf of
Messrs. Hollis & Cleve, of Centerville.
Johnny succeeded in recovering the
oattle upon which Messrs. llollis &
Cleve had a chattel mortgage. I fancy
I hear seme one remark that it is funny
that good men like Emrie stay such a
hort time round Weston. Oh! yes; the
base ball tournament, Well, the Blue
Mauntaiu beys were the first en the
ground. The affair had nearly fizzled.
But as soon as the Waitsburg club knew
for certain that the boys were coming,
seventy-five dollars were subscribed,
This sum was raised in three hours,
Would Weston come up to the aid ot
its base ball club in that style? The
money is divided into a first and second
prizes 50 for tho first and 25 for the
second. The first game came olF this
afternoon between the Waitsburg and
Weston Clubs, the latter winning by
The revival meetings nnder the man
agement of Dr. Graves came to a close
last Monday evening and the : Dr. de
parted ou Tuesday morning for Baker
City, where ha will proceed with bis
work. A great many of our people wish
him a pleasant journey, providing he
journeys a sufficient distance from this
locality. La Grande has an honorable,
able and gentlemanly local elcrgy and
the fewer revivalists that comes and
takes away the support that belongs to
them, creates church dissensions and
bitter feelings among ether citizens, the
better off we arc. La Grande Gazette.
First Quality. 2x3G Cal
cutta Sacks of guaranteed
importation of 1885. for sale
in lots to suit, at lowest
rates ever reached. Deliv
ered at any station on the
live Agent Wanted.
To sell Dr. Chase's llecipes; or .in
formation for everybody, in every coan
try in the United States and Canada.
Enlarged by the publisher ta G18 pages.
It contains over 2,000 household recipes
and is suited to all classes and condi
tions of society. A wonderful book
and a household necessity. It sells at
sight. Greatest inducements ever of
fered to book agents. Sample espies
sent by mail, postpaid, for 2.00. Ex
clusive territory given. Agents more
than double their money. Address Dr.
Chase's Steam Printing House, Ann
Arbor, Michigan. 20-3m
Importation of 1885.
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
and in any quantity.
Plug Uglies, Ac, &c
in good old time style.
SPEECHES, patriotic, pithy and
GAMES of all kinds.
FUCK WOKKS, dazzling, amus
ing and enjoyable. :
and a gay good time guaranteed.
34 to 19 with one inning to spare.
following is the score:
Lee Beam, c
J M Shields
W T Williamson, 68 4
A L Powell, rf 4
n A iselson, 1st b..o
C B l'roebstcl, c f . . .3
J Froome, 3d b 5
W Powers, 1 f 2
A Beam, 2d b 2
Powell, p 3
Hart, c 2
Crawford, ss 2
Robbing, c f 1
Mathony, 3d b...2
Iludgin, 1st D...3
Hale, 1 f 2
Taylor, rf 3
Allen, 2d b 1
About ten days ago, while Messrs. C,
W. Sipp and "Sailor Jack" were dig.
ging an irrigating ditch along the old
channel of Bsaver creek, eleven miles
south of this ' city, they discovered
small particles of bright yellow gold in
the clay and gravel sediment which at
one time formed tbe bed ot the creek.
The parties have commenced the sink
ing of a shaft to reach bedrock and have
a bright prospect before them. It is
reasonable to suppose the gold deposit
can be found the full length of the old
creek channel, which will be thoroughly
prospected this season. Baksr City
Farmers will do well to call
and get prices before purchas
ing: elsewhere. Delivered at
any station on railroad, mar
ket price paid for wheat.
A- J. ROUANZOIN,
3Agent for Sibson, Church & Co.,
of Portland. 26-tf
The Walla Walla, Dayton and Mill
Creek cluks are here er en the way.
The Reputation of a Standard Article
Is seldom injured by surreptitious rivalry. Imt-
itators of Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters have not
only lost money by attempting underhand com
petition with it, but have actually contributed
to enhance. the estimation in which tho genuine
medicine is beld. Tho public at larjjc has for
many years been acquainted with the car-marks
that ditstinrtiish the real frmn the spurious, and
cannot be persuaded that other articles sold in
somewhat similar guise arc ejuallv prood. Fever
and auc, constipation, dyspepsia and liver com
plaint are not eurame by cheap local bitters, eye-
openers anu tomes, but the lact is too well prov
en and too generally known to admit of conscien
tious dispute, tliat for these and other malalies
the 1,'rcat household medicine is a safe and thor
ough remedy. I'ot only in the United States,
but in .Mexico, South America and tho West In
dies, its merits are widelv recognized and its rep-
uMiivu wv uimij' cdfauuiisucu bu ue suaucu.
When baby was sick, we gave her CASTORIA,
When she was a child, we gave her CASTORIA,
When she became Miss, she clung to CASTORIA,
When she had children, she gave thorn CASTORIA
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at La Grakdk, Oreor,
May 29th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the followinj
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the County
juugc o! Umatilla County, at Pendleton, Ore
gon, on July 13, 1385, viz:
Hd . No. 13C3, for the south half ot northeast
quarter and the north half of the southcastquar
ter of section 12, township 6 north, range 36
east, iv. jvi.
He names the following witnesses to prove Ms
continuons residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Andrew Anderson, Willis Osborn. Kaspar
Schuler and Benjamin Osborn, all of Milton,
uregon. s. u. sw AUHliAMt-.K,
jhr & Register.
LATB Of HEW TOSK,
Jfow located No. 133 and 131 Third
Street, corner of Alder, Portland Ore
gon. Mr. Q. Tan Is the most successful loni and
Throat Doctor In America. He will tell
you your trouble without asliintr a Bingle ques
tion, and warrant a nermanent care in
the following diseases: Nervous Debility,
Spermatorrhoea. Semina Losses, 6exual Decay,
Failing Memory, Weak Eyes, Stunted Develop
ment, Lack of Energy. Imnovished Blood, Pim
ples, impeuiment to Marriage; also, niooa ana
Skin Diseases, 8yphilis, Eruptions, Hair Falling,
Bone Pains. Swellings. Sore Throat. Mouth.
Tongue, Ulcers, Effects of Mercury, Kidney and
Bladder Troubles, Weak Back, Burning urine,
Incontinence, Gonorrhuaa, Gleet, Stricture re
ceived searching treatment. Prompt relief and
cured for life, without hindrance to business.
JEsTBoth sexes consult confidentially. It in
trouble call or write. Delays are dangerous.
Consultation, personally, or by letter, free,
Consult the old Doctor. Thousands cured
Office and parlors private. You see no one but
the Doctor. Before confiding jour case consult
Dr. Q. Van.
A friendly letter or call may save future suf
fering and shame, and add golden years to life.
jDieutc-iucs seiiii every wnere, secure irom expos
ure. Office hours 8 to 8.
Terms for treatment, strictly cash.
A fine farm, two miles from Center
ville, 1G0 acres deeded land and SO acres
of railroad land, en easy terms. Will
take one-half- in cattle or horses. A
big bargain to bo had. Apply at onco
to B. F. Swaggart,
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salvo in the world for Cats,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
r ever bores, letter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt
ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box, tor sale by
W. II . McCoy.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at La Grande, Oregon,
May 29th. 1885.
Notice ia hereby given that the following
named settler has Sled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will bo made before Tbos. J. Lucy
county judge ot Umatilla county, Oregon, at
i-eiiuietun, uregon, on iury 19, 1559, viz:
Hd. No. 1258, For tho southeast quarter of
section 6. township 5 N.. R. 37 east. W. M.
She names tbe following witnesses to prove bis
said land, viz:
Willis Osborn, Andrew Andersen, Jacob Zink
anu ijenjamin usoorn. an 01 button , uregon.
S O. SWACKHAMKR,
Jhr 5 Register.
IEJf ASD M.'ESSOllS.
Ins r.rocession am the Knnrti, -.:n
be headed by the Weston Cornet Band
ad a Liberty Car containing the tiod-
1 t :i .1.:-. ,
a ess 01 Ajiuerty, iiiirurcn young ladies
te represent tho thirteen original States
and twenty-live girls representing the
additional States. The Fire Company
to the number of fifty will turn out in
full uniform, followed by ladies aad
?;eatlemeo on home back, these to be
ollowed by bugjiea, hacks and wagons.
Id the afternoon there will be foot-ball
and other games on the grouuds, for
which appropriate prizes are offered, af
ter which there will be a procession of
the Anoient and Honorable Order of
Faatastie Paralysers, with an oration
from the President. The committee
will spsre neither trouble nor expense
to snake the Fourth the biggest day ev
er seen in Weeton.
Cold Spring Titling.
Xorth Cold Sprisg, June Sth.
A pleasant rain fell on Friday and
Geo. Johnson feels rather blue over
the horse race Saturday. George only
lost three horses but he says they didn't
cost him anything, as he works to pay
for them. Xcver ruiud. Geerse: we wil'
win next time.
One of the most exciting races ever
en Cold Spring took place on Saturday
last, between H. Capliager's Sleepy
Bill and George Cottrcl's Billy Button.
Tte race was rua for five horses and
two saddles, Caplingcr winning by
A petition has been circulated pray
iag for a postofticc at sir. King's place.
The office is to be called Cold Spring,
with Mrs. Ellen King as postmistress.
We are glad to see an interest manifest
ed toward improving the country. The
more postoffices the better.
Wheat in the Cold Spring country
never looked more promising at this
season of the year than it does at pres
ent. It is not too much to expect an
acreage of from tweuty-hye to thirty
bushels per acre on all summer fallowed
land, while sod land will yield from
twenty to twenty-live bushels per aero.
"S.vob TArsns," by Jldair Welcker is fall of the
most roaring fun, and there is not a jure over
which the reader will not laugh in the heartiest
fashion. The work is a novel on a thoroughly
original plan and altogether unlike anything
heretofore published. The scene is laid in San
Francisco, Oakland and surrounding country, and
the characters are so thoroughly human that they
will be understood and appreciated everywhere
Junius Oh'.biegh, an old Forty-Niner, havingjac-
cumulated vast wealth at the mines, comes to
San Francisco for the purpose of circulating among
the snobs and being one of them The traps that
are laid to capture Mr. Oldbiegh or extort j money
from him, especially by designing females, bring
about hosts of highly ludicrous complications, and
there are wholesale exposures of San Francisco
snobs and dudes replete with satirical humor.
The book is without a heroine, but nevertheless
numbers of young ladies, attractive, romantic and
scheming, figure prominently in its pages, and
give zest and spico to the comical narrative.
Ever body should read "Snob Papers," for as a
bright, breezy romance of excessive drollery it
has no equal. It is published in a large square
duodecimo volume, parer cover, uniform with
"Nana" and 'L'Assommoir," price seventy -five
cents m paper cover, or 1.25 bound in morocco
cloth, and will be found for sale by ail Booksellers,
by all News Aj'-inU and on all Railroad Trains
everywhere, or copicsof it will be sent to any one,
to any place, post-paid on remitting the price of
edition wished in a letter to the publishers, T. B.
Petersen & Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa.
The woman Question Is my hat on
Don't forget that Reese & Redman
are located at Adams, and do a "boss"
Why are hungry office-seekers like
the poor man's plaster? It is said they
are bound to stick.
Stcinakei & Co. keep tee Buckingham
H rlectu s boots and shoes.
Some one wants to know how to
make hot bread wholesome. About tbe I
only answer to this seems to be te wait j
until it gets cool.
Steinakcr & Co. have the largest and
best assortment of wall paper in Weston.
Soggy pie is mentioned as one of the
causes of dyspepsia. One of the causes
of soggy pic is young married women.
For bargins in glassware and
crockery go toReese&Redman's, Adams.
A brass band has been engaged to
play regularly at a New York church.
It is pretty hard to get Now Yorkers
luto cuurcn, but this may do it. j
Reese & Redman, Adams, are pay
ing the highest market rates for wheat.
What in the old version was called
'leasing," in the new version is termed
"lying or falsehood." The real estate
agents have brought this on themselves.
Steinaker & Co. make a specialty of
gents' clothing and furnishing goods.
For a nobby suit call on them.
Bill-heads, letter-heads, note-heads,
etc., printed and put ap in tablets at
the Leader office at Portland prices.
Notice for Publication.
Lasd Oefici at La Grande, Oreook,
May 29, 1885.
Notice is hereby given that the following-
nautcu settler nas meu notice Ol nis intention
to make final proof in support 'of his claun, and
tnat saia prool will be made before T. J. Lucy.
County Judge of Umatilla county, at Pendleton;
Oregon, on July itn, issa, viz.:
Hd. No. 1791, for the south half of tko south
west quarter and the northwest quarter of the
southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of
cue eoutnease quarter 01 section 1U, township
north, range 36 east, W. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove Iub
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Jacob Zink, Kaspar Schuler. Willis Osborn and
iscnjauim usDorn,an 01 Milton, Oregon .
S. O. SWACKUAMER,
r 5 Register.
L. H. POWELL.
U. D. ERWIN.
Powell & Erwin,
Parties who contemplate buildincr no matter
how small or large the edifice will consult their
Interest by consulting us as to plans, specifica
tions ana prices. al,l, n uita uyAiiAPiitnu
Powell & Erwin.
This space s paid for by the
Adams Liveri Stailb.
To .the 'Front!
The Extra Indncements
offered in Low Prices and genu
ine guaiity- of goods 6old, is
bringing trade, as such a
to the store of
G & CO.,
who hare a bright netr stock of
Ladies I Gents' Fmning Goods
Fur and Straw Hats,
Boots and Shoes,
and a choice stock of .
GROCERIES & GLASSWARE
all of which they guarantee equal to any and
second to none in the market
CHAS. E. HYB,
6uccessorto Nye & Frank,
Main St., Walla Walla W. T.
FINE CALIFORNIA SADDLES A SPECIALTY.
FRANK BROS. IMPLEMENT COMPANY,
i rhmi nn 1
arm ana iwiii wiacninBrv
LA BELLE WAGONS, WALTER A. WOOD'S H0WER8,
McSHEBRY DRILLS AND SEEDERS, REAPERS AND TWINE BINDERS.
BUFORD'S WALKING PLOWS HODGE'S DOUBLE DRAPER HEADXRS,
BUFORDS GANG AND SULKY PLOWS, COATE'8 SULKY RAKES,
BUFORD'S RIDING AND GAAR, SCOTT CW8 ENGINES ft THHE8THB0
WALKING CULTIVATORS, COOPER ft CO. SAW MILL MACHINIBT,
RANDALL WHEEL UAUROWS, CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGOMft,
THE CELEBRATED HOLLOW TOOTH BUCKBOARD WAGONS,
HARROWS, ETC., ETC., ELC. ETC., ETC., ETC.
FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY.
Write lor catalogue. Address FRANK. BKOS.' IMPLEMENT CO., FrUaua KM
Those dosirlnsr fine, centrally located Easiness
Lots or beautifully situated Residence Sites in
the tliriring new
CITY OF ADAMS,
can be accommodated by calling at the office of the
Adams Real Estate Association,
Notice for Publlcatlov
J. T. LIEU ALLEN,
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
REPAIRING HEATLY AND CHEAPLY DON1
None but the best material used and none but
the most thorough and skillful workmen em
ployed. Prices te suit tho times. Remembtr
tne piaco, 4. T. Llr.UALI.KM 8,
18 aim Adams, Oregon
Extracting free, and teeth inserted
n trial. 2,'of.t, no pay. Don't trust
a traveling deutist, but go to tbe office
over Ilccs & Winan's store, Walla
Walla, and Ret reliable work fully war.
ranted. All operations in dentistry
will be psrformed at eastern prices and
aa low ae firat-claae work ean He done.
De. L. M. Davis.
at the Travelers'
kia errand waa to
Oa the first day
Taylor, Ike Bilk.
It seems there has been a one week's
board fiend in town, who has worked
the same racket in Baker Citv, Union,
La Grande and other places before he
came here. While here he stopped
with Ben Despain
Home, who he toll
buy town property.
of his arrival he bargained with one er
two citizens in regard to purchasing
town property. But after a week of
such business he suddenly left his board
ing place for parts unknown, without
settling his bills. Mr. B. B. Bishop
has just returned from La Grande and
he reports the presence of the gentleman
there a week or so ago. At that place
he victimized Jobs Ennis, at one time
proprietor of the Golde Kule hotel on
Court street. The nan s name is Toy
lar, and he is of middle a;e and quite
well appearing. Watch out for the ap
parition, thereby caving your grab.
Eait Orryonia x ,
Tacoma papers complain of the ravages of sneak
High prices are preventing many new comers
A grain warehouse to hold 60,000 bushels is
being built in Colfax.
Harvesting of barley will begin next week in
some fields in Columbia county.
W. H. Whitwell of Spokane Falls was relieved
by highwaymen of 18 a few nights ago.
There is a law in this Territory which makes
a license holder responsible for any damage which
may come to a customer by reason of intoxica
tion. The Tacoma Ledger proudly refers to the fact
that Pierce county, of which Tacoma is the county
seat, shows an increased property valuation of
one million dollars during the past year.
Whatcom Reveille: T. U. A Word, of White river,
has contracted with the Valley Beet Sugar
Company to raise 250 acres of sugar beets per year
for five years. This amount of land of that
quality, will produce over 5,000 tons, for which
he is to receive $4. SO per ton, delivered at the
A Remarkable Cure of a Horse.
Col. James L. Fleming, a prominent grocery
merchant, a member of the firm of Fleming &
Lofton. Aumista. Ga.. makes the followm? state
ment of the treatment of a valuable bone with
In the fall of 1883 I had a valuable colt taken
with a severe case of pinkeye, which resulted in
the most fearful case of blood-poisoning 1 have
ever seen. After eight or nine months of doctor
ing with every remedy that I could hear of I de
spaired of a eure. At this time the horse was
unable to move, because of swollen limbs. His
right hind leg was as large as a man's body, and
had on it over forty running sores. He had also
a large number of sores on his body and other
limbs. He was a most pitiable looking object,
and 1 was advised to end nis sufferings with the
shot-gun. He was a valuable animal and I did
not want to lose him. After racking my brain in
search of another remedy more ethcacieua, I
thought of Swift's Specific. I knew it was inval
uable to the human family as a blood purifier.
and why should it not be for the animal as well?
I did not hesitate, but sent last July to Atlanta
lor a supply.
I beiran the treatment with 4 oz. of 8. S. 8. and
4 oz. of water three times a day. This I contin
ued fora week. Then I increased to6 oz. of each.
and continued for a week. Thea I increased to
8 oz. and run it a week, when I went back to 6
oz. again. The result was that at the end of the
flrrt week the horse had a fair appetite, which he
had not had since his sickness. At the end of
the second week even greater improvement was
apparent, for many of the sores were healing
nicely, ana the horse mannestci a desire to move
about. At the end of the third week he began to
&how gain in flesh, and had full appetite. The
swelling had about disappeared. 1 used in all
about 15 bottles of Swift's Specific, and when
quit its use the horse had only four small sores
left on him. and they healed up immediately. In
Auirust last all symptoms of the disease passed
away, and up to date no signs of the return of
the troule have made their appearance, and the
horse has done a mule's work on my farm.
I regard it one of the most remarkable cure I
have ever known. Thus this great rredicine has
proven a boon to the animal as well as to thehu-
man race. A!5-1. x lehiho.
Ausrusta. Jan. 9. 13SS.
Send for book ou Blnott and Skin diseases. It is
tnaiiedfree. Tiis Swrrr S prone Co.,
1 Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
In addition to the above we wonld respectfully
luiuim tue tanners 01 tne Burrounaing
country that we now carry a full
J. I. Case and Randolph I
t ueaaers. m
The Celebrated Empire Mow
ers and the atudebaker Wag
Keen razors, clean towels, easy chain and a
lk'ht hand. Hair cutting ia the latest and best
style of the art, 13 Sm
Notice for Publication.
Lun Omcs at La Graxdr, Ozeaoa,
May 23th. 1S.
Notice is hereby sriven that the followinv-
named settler has filed notice of his intentioa to
make final proof id support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before County Judge ol
Umatilla County, Oregon, at Pendleton, Oregon,
on juiy 131a, 1500 viz:
Hd. Xo. 1113, For the north half of the north
west quarter and the southwest quarter of the
northwest quarter and the northwest quarter of
the southwest quarter of section 13, tp a north
ol ranire 37 east, w. Js.
He names the following witnesses ta prove has
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Jacob Zink. Andrew Anderson, Kaspar Schuler
and Lewis Bowies, ail of Miitnti, Oregon.
Jhr 5 KegiMer
at the PoetofBoe Store, Is the well-known
OF ADAMS, OREGON,
and keeps constantly on hand a full
GESTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
KOTION3 AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CUTLERY AND CANNED GOODS,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Also proprietor of tho
Lun Omci at La Ount I
April IS, ltu,
Notice la hereby riven that the tollowfaev
named settler has filed notice of his tnteatioa te
make final proof in support of his claim, aad Shalt
said proof will be made before tbe County Ju4t
of Umatilla County, Oregon, at Peodletea, Oss
gon, on June 14, 1886, viz:
William M. Cradle,
Hd. 1413. for the south half of the tofthess
quarter and the east half of the northwest quarter
of section 16, township 0 north, nage M K. W
He names the followinr witnesses is nrora hfai
continuous residence upon, and eulttratloa efy
said land, viz:
David Chapman. Joshua Dor. John
and J. W. Cradick. all of Milton. Oraron.
k U. DHWHUAHbK,
ATTENTION, MILL MEHE
Saw Timber for Salet
PINE, TAMARACK, SPRUCE & FIB.
Good location. Plenty of water to nn tho veasv
round. Good wagon roads to Walla, HlMoa astcst
Price, $2 per M
Call 00 or address
A. W. WALLER,
holbma bros., ADA1V1S LUMBER YARD
jyj P. BONEBItAKB,
For Every Home LEaranc
Stoves and Hardware
Keep always in stock a select assortment of CCT-
iuii 01 ma Dest branos, and a full line of
Wood and Willow Ware.
Nails, Bolts, Screws, Files and everything hi
wi uue Mute larmers neen. faironage
respectfully eolicted and
Fair Treatment Guaranteed
at which Lumber may be bought at prices that
THE MILTON NURSERY
I take this method of informing the public, and
uie larmers in particular, tnat 1 nave
opened a complete assortment of
Plows and Harrows.
Headers, Wagons. Etc.,
I intend to make a specialty of the celebrated
the most complete farming inrnlemert ever in
vented. Anything I do not happen to bav in
noes wiu De ordered on snort nonce.
Adams - - Oregon.
The undersigned has on hand a Urge assortment
01 one, two and three-year -old
Apples, Pears, Cherries., Pluma.etc, .
Some new and rare fruit Also everal of tbe
Russian Varieties '
Also six or cirht varieties of GRAPE ROOTS,
which we wil sell at
riUCES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
I and will also take In exchange Wheat, Barley
SO W KS THE TIME
to nenTf; the greatest aoionnt and choicest rmrie-
uSw Vr e warrant oar stock true to name; a
come on and patronize home prodoction .
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