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About Weston weekly leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 1878-189? | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1885)
Moderation U the silken cord that
run tbrongn the prl chin of virtues.
la it matter fi rejoicing that
the when crop is short est of the
Dr. Kellog, of WalU WaiiaTin-
forroi.the Leader that a recent
numeration in that city puts the
population at 2800, and that four
years a go it waaa least 4500,
At the last session f the Grand
l.odr L O. 0. F.. the term of
office in sabordinate lodges, which
is now one year waa changed to six
months, to take effect January 1st,
It has been discovered after much
learned and labored research that
the famous words "Let us have
Beace" are ft Birth. What the old
comaaander really said was
us a reat."
It is ft pity that no representa
tive to YTahingUn from the West
has been equal to the task of en
lightening the sea li mental is ts of
the East aa to the true nature and
coftditieu of the Indian questior., for
their ignorance is lamentable and
its influence upon legislation costs
many valuable lives yearly.
The new game law of New York
declares it ft misdemeanor to retain
trout ef less than six inches in
length. If this rule was observed
by fishermen of this county what a
shortage there would be in the
trings of trout; for fingerlings too
frequently swell the count even if
they do net add much to the actual
weight of the catch.
It is now undeniable that at the
'4ast general election there was a big
bolt from the Republican party.
The mugwumps are now no uninv
portant factor iu polities. Perhaps
it will prove ft benefit to good gov
ernment that I he party proper is
still acting on the principle that the
only way to bring home a wander
ing sheep is by worrying him to
Popular Errors I'oBcernlBg Uealtb.
Profasser George H. Kobe, of the
College of PhyeiciarsaBd Surgeons,
Baltimore, in ft recent lecture quot
ed the saying, "One man's meat is
another s poison, and shewed that,
while idiosyncrasies with regard to
certain articlm of food or oiedicines
do exist, they are far less frequent
than is generally believed. Arti
cles of foed which ordinarily dis
agree may be Wetter borne if differ
ently cooked. A mere serious er
ror is that one should rise from the
table hungry. The sensation of
hunger is a cry of the tissues for
feod, and should always be appeas
ed. Much of the ill health of brain
workers is due to a lack of sufficient
food. It is impossible to ley down
hard rules as to the quantity oi
food one should eat, but the re
marks of the old country doctor
who had lived in good health, doirg
hard work until fourscore and ten,
might bo taken as examples: "I
have always eaten when I wanted
to eat, as much as I wanted, and
the best food I could get." Another
fallacy is, that all diseases are due
to disturbances of digestion. Gra
ham bread, catmeal, cracked wheat,
etc., are mere difficult of digestion
than pure wheat bread.
It is a dangerous error to with
hold cold drinks from persons sick
with fever. It is cruel, objectless,
and the dangers that are said to
follow it are imaginary. The no
tion that we should not bathe while
overheated is as unreasonable as it
is widespread, but persons should
not remain in the bath long enough
to become chilled. The traditional
axiom that boils are an evidence of
good health is a snare and a delus
ion. irrot. iiolie smu: "lor mv
own prt, I should prefer to bn
wiincuG mat sore or neaitti, .Even
Job, when suffering from an abun
daut crop, could not gain consola
tion froui his would-be comforters.
That vaccination does not pre
vent smallpox is a very dangerou3 er
ror, but that it is preventive of
other diseases is equally a fallacy.
statistics prove that before the in
troduction of vacciuation deaths
annually from smallpox numbered
nearly 3,000 for every million in
habitants. Since the practice has
became central the percentage o
deaths Iihb fallen to about cue-tenth
of the former number. Without
vaccination the deaths from small
pox in this country would be 150,
000 a year. Vaccination has not
increased other diseases. That any
one remedy is a euro for all disease.
that afflict humanity is an absurd
BOKlacss la Business.
Young Bilkins was utterly da-
voted to business, but some-how
found time to fall in love and ask
the girl to marry him. Ths time
wa.t set, aud be called on the old
gentleman to get his consen t He
had a, long talk, and that evening
came up to see the girl.
"Well, she said, in considerable
wnxiety, "what did pa say?"
"lie said that wheat was going
up and there waa ft fine chance fur
a man to make a handsome licle
"Pshaw! Didn't he say anything
"Oh, yes, we talked about a dozen
ventures that might be made, with
an excellent chance of cowing out
abend every time."
"Bother tne business! What did
he say when you asked if you could
"Wha wha what?"
"Why, what did he say about
"By Geerge, Mary, I forgot all
about it. I'll go the first thing in
the morning and see him about it."
Chief J ustice Chase, in an opin
ion of the supremo court, declared
that our government is a confeder
ation of states. If this endorse
inent of the doctrine of state sover
eignty had been made by a Demo
cratic judge, what howl of patriotic
indignation would have beta st up
by thoso who are still preaching
the doctrine of hatred aud sectional
animosity, and who fought and
bled and died on paper to have
nation spelled with a big N.
At the annual communication of
the Grand Lodge of Masonry iu
New Yerk, Grand Master Brodie
said: "If belief in God be not the
.cornerstone upon which Tree I la
cnry is founded, then, indeeJ, it is
in its decadence its days aro num
bered. To my Hebrew brother it
is the God of Israel, to the Moham
medan the God as revealed in the
reat open book of the starry-decked
heaveaa; to the Christian, the
God and Father of our Savior,
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, zxAyou can't tell
New Styles. New PriceSj
What Ailed Her.
"You sent for ine, madame?"
"In professional capacity?"
"Bat I frankly confess I am a
little puzzled. Your tongue is clean
your pulse beats seventy-three times
to the minute, and your complexion
is iresh and blooming. Can you
not assist me a little in the diagno
sis? What are the leading symp
toms in your trouble!
"An intense itching.
"Yes, an itching to travel abroad
for my health. You will confer a
favor by locating my disease for
the summer in Switzerland, with a
running chance for a winter in
Chief Justice Chase, in an epin
ion of th,e supreme court, declared
that our government is a confeder
ation of soveiuign states. The same
view as to the sovereignty of the
states has just been upheld by tn
same court in a suit at law in which
the Chicago and Hock Island in th
state of Kansas madn the point that
the state did not have or possess
the right to regulate the railroad:
within the bounds of an United
States military reservation. Upon
appeal the supreme court of tb
United States affirms such right in
a state, deciding that a state dops
not loao its jurisdiction by reason of
the sequestion of the land by the
federal government for special pur
poses. This decision, upon princi
ple, should cnablo the state of Kan
sas to levy and collect taxes upon
the roadbed of said corporation.
In this case the sovereignty of the
state has baet upheld. These de
cisions are not more important to
the particular state interested di
rectly than they are to the student
of politics who watches eagerly the
trend of the law for cr against the
authority of the state. Oreronian.
Tlicy Tied Their Jokes.
A traveler hurried up to the sta
tion lunch counter and called for
"Sandwich? Yes, sah; hyah ye'
are!" replied the dusky attendant.
'Great heavens!" exclaimed the
traveler, "but there is the same
sandwich! "Yes, it's the same
identical ham that I wrote my in
itials on when 1 was here last fall.
The only difference i3 that it is a
little dryer, and has a little more
dust on it. What do you mean by
setting out that old relic?"
"T'aint zackly fresh, sah, but I
think it'll suit yo' taste. It's j is'
about as stale as yo' joke, an' that
seems to be the way yo' like 'em.
Rongh on Kats.
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed-
Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Dizziness,
IndigeationHeadaehe, Sleeplessness cored by
"Wells' Health Henewer."
Konali en Cerng.
Ask for Wells' "Bough on Corns." 15c. Quick
complete cure. Hard or soft corns, warts, bun
Quick, complete cure, all Kidney, Bladder and
Urinary Diseases, Scalding, Irritation, Stone,
Gravel, Catarrh of the Bladder. 1, Druggists.
Flies, roaches, ants, bad-bugs, rats, mice, goph
ers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Rough od
Rats." 15c. i
"Wells' Health Bcnewer" restores health and
vijror, cures Dyspepsia, luipoteace, Sexual De
bility. $1. ;
Bough on Pain.
Cures cholera, colic, cramps, diarrhoea, aches,
pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism.
20c. Hough on Pain Wasters, 15c. j
If you are failing, broken, worn out and neiv
ous, use "Wells' Health Eenewcr." 81. Drug
If you are losing your grip on life, try "Wells'
Health Renewer." Goe3 direct to weak spots.
! nongn on Piles. j
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids, Itchins, Protrud
ing, Bleeding, Internal or other, Internal and
External Remedy in each Package. Sure cure,
50c. Druggists. j
Prett WonieK. i
Ladies who would retain freshness and vivac
ity, dou't fail to try "vt ells' Health Renewer."
Bonen on Ken. !
"ftough on Itch" cures humors, eruptions,
ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted- feet, chil
blains. Rough on Catarrh.
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases, also unequaied as
.gargle for Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Foul Breath.
The Hope of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny, scrawny
and delicate, tise "Wells' Health Renewer."
Catarrh of t he BlaiMcr.
Stinging, irritation, inUanmnation, all Kidney
and Urinary complaints, cured by "Buchu-Paiba
Water Bugs, Koacho. '
"Rough on Rats" clears them cut, also Beetles,
An Easy Sentence.
"You are charged with bigamy,"
remarked the judge impressive'y,
while the prisoner glanced over his
shoulder at three sterr-visaged
"Now," continued ths court, "I
intend to give you the severest
penalty the law allows."
Here the prisaner covered his
facts with his hisnds and wept.
"I shall sentence you to state
prison for twenty years. What
are you grinning at?"
"I thought," smiled the prisoner
through his tGars, "you was a-gain
to turn me loose."
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dress and Fancy Gooa
-IMMENSE STOCK OF-
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Froome &. Son
Would respectfully announce to the traveling public and the people of Weston and vicinity that this
new Brick Hotel is now open for the reception of tiuests. j
THE ROOMS ARE WELL-FURH1SHED, KEAT ASD CLEAN.
The table will be furnished at all times with the best that money can bay and servod in tbe most
Wo take pride in keeping a hotel that will bo
First-Oiass in Every Particular,'
the comfort oi our guests bein' our first consi Jeration, kn owing that upon this success depends.
Come once, and if you do not come again we will consider the fault ours.
MASCFATUKERS AND DEALERS IS
PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS
and all kind of
THE BEST FURNITURE
We carry a fall stock of
ssousj2ioll furniture, ia
walnut, ash aud plae; also.
a large assortment of Chairs
slattrcsscs, Simiis: Kcds.
Lounges, etc. A supply ou
nana oi House jHuuiiin
GIVE US A CALL.
COOPER 'SSHMUSX & GARI1ETT,
Corner Main and Water Sts.,
WE3TOW - OREGON.
Corner Main aasl Fraaklia
F&OOEVIE & SOU,
Notice for PsiMic&tion.
La:;d Office at La Grandh, Orkgox,
Slay 9, 1885.
Notice ia hereby given that the followinp
named settler has tiled notice of hte intention to
make iina.1 proof i:i support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made bcfoib T. J. Lucy,
County JufJe of Umatilla County, Oresrony. at
Peiidl ton, Oregon, on June 27th, 1&S5, viz: j
Hd. No. 1223, For the south half of the north
east quarter and the Eouth half of the northwest
quarter of section 84, township 4 norta, rungc
30 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence uj-'on, and cultivation of,
saiil land, viz:
DonaM Mcilinnon, Michael LcCompfc, Charles
'Cry sob, John P. Hvatt, alt of Weston, Or.
S. O. tiCifWAKHAMEB,
iisnii IfPii tompirifp
YanderUU ia said to be worth
4000 times his awn weight in gold,
or about 50,000 times his weight
iu silver. . . But that is nothing.
What young man, however poor,
would trade olT his Lest girl for
Vanderbilt, or what struggling
granger, though ho ipay hav wore
children than he knows how to
take gued care ef, would swop one
of them for Vanderbilt and all his
gold aud silver? And still yeunj;
men and struggling grangers are
not satisfied with their financial
The first consignment of Califor
nia's wheat crop ef 1S5 reached
Sao Francisce on June 2nd. Near
ly all kinds of crop in that State
are from four to six weeks earlier
thaa last yer. It is thought there
will be from 250,000 to 300,000
tons of 1SSI wheat carried over
iato July, and that the new crop
will yield from 750,000 to SOO.OOO
tons. At the minimum calculation
this will give a surplus of 700,000
toas for export during the cereal
year of 1883-86. Tliis will require
350 ship. Tunnge is yet as low
as it has been far four or live years.
Vhatever way happen te the
House of Representatives it new
sf ms certain that the U. S. Senate
will be of rather a dark complexion
during Cleveland's administration
unless there is aa unusual amount
of vacancies by death, resignation
r otherwise of Republican mem
bers, the otherwise being the ealy
hope ef Democratic supremacy.
Nona but the worst of partisans
. will regret that the responsibilities
"bf legislation is th undivided ie
tween th two pmies. II tner is
any beaefit to be derived from well
defiaed political parties, tho great
est zeod aoust be secured when the
two art most evcaiy balanced.
Some well informed grain men
and millers of eastern WatliHigfui
est imate that the surplus wheat for
export frru tlm iuland empire after
the cooiinn harvest will not be far
from 350,000 tons, and is as likely
to exceed those ligures as to fall
under them. This estimate, which
all conservative men muat rpjrard
as too lii.h, is based on the acre
age now in cultivation and on last
year's output. Assessors' returns
froui all wheat grawing counties
in eastern Washington, from Uma
tilla, Gilliam, Wasco, Union a
Jjaker counUes in Oregon, and from
the I'otlatch country in Idaho,
which have recently been collected
at Walla Walla, show that there is
in cultivation at this time a tride
over G09.000 acres. The optimists
consider that the country will aver
age twenty-five bushels to the acre,
thus making the yirld, Recording to
this calculation, 1.3,000,000 bushels
or 430.000 tors not countii;; in
the odd 9000 tons. Allawing 000,
000 husheis to be held for saed. aaii
1,250,000 for home consumption,
say 75,000 ions, there remain:. 375,
C00 tons for export.
Maj. Ben Periey Poore was
among the gentlemen presented to
President Cleveland Wednesday
morning. Muj. Poore, when he
shook hands with the president, re- j it isrcaliy meritorious. 'J
marked thatthis was the seventeenth j KSfflilS
jifs:utiiL Willi w uuia no uau aiiaKt;u
The rrreat popularity of this prenamlion,
after its test of many years, should be an
assurance, even to tho uio.-t skeptical, that
lliose who nave
eweb luiow tbat
(Incorporated March 15, 1SS3.)
CAPITAL STOCK - - $100,000.
E. IUI54I&t - - - Prcsideat
A. S. YBSKS - -.. - Secretary
SI. B SMSTII - - Asst. Secretary
53. J. DUsiASSi ... . Trcasjirer
K. E. WiSsS Ma&aser Masuf '2 S5et..! iiicaaro
E. BVRAKft, A. P. VENEN,
JOliX WSiiTB, G. WIKSELL,
S5. J. IHTRAKD. - I ..
lIFFsCEi? i BQU c5?JE, Attorneys.
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J.D3 treitcraeni or nsr
thousands of cases of t!i.
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law!a, 'pcScal tucnstrnatlon, in.
cute version, retroversion. beariUK
tio.vsz fr iiNi--. si.i. cirouie ciiiici:.
tion. tniiaRittis'lo; aiid nleeratiott
oi tko tvouit. Iniiaemaatlci;, pal t
and ".enSsmoM in ovaries, IntcriUil
liviii, and "SoKi&la wealsneas."
Jt prociiitly lclicves er.d cu;s Koitae;
B-d Yi'ct.ks5?i8 oS Stusuab, 3ntlipefT
tlon. "iloaiKar, Nervota ?rostratittii,
auid fcltfepicabticus, lu either aex.
Ca 8 BOTTtES
Snd tea cents In stamps for Dr. HeTce"
lnro Ireutia oa Biacases of Women, illu
Wjrlfs Oispsi!ry EJcdlca! Isseclalloa,
0S3 T.Tain Street. BUFFALO. X.y
end ScrviKe, fcuparis vig-or and etrpnoi 4
to the sytitbui, aud cures ff if I'Y tuacic, K.o
corrlica, or vfilicw," exeeesiv.
Gupnresaioiis, prolapsus of t
of tha uieruK, ve3it bacic, ;
vn tiou, Indigestion. -i-c
cuita. Bilious Attaefei,
ptomptlT cured uy u,
Eur:rat2v re 11 eta. :
hamls. lie his cae- theai all ex
cept four. He wet Monroe when a
small boy ia New York, and !at(r,
when the major came to Washing
ton, he very frequently saw John
Quincy Adams, lie reinsmbers
Adaais especially well, because he
once attended the laying of a corner
store of a public building. The
day was hot and the president re
moved his coat. Young Poore had
the pleasure of holding this coat.
President Cleveland expressed great
pleasure ia meeting the veteran
correspondent. He said it was
very unusual to meet any one in
Washington who had lived there
any length of time. Peore has a
very gaod memory of all the presi
dents from the time of John Quin
cy A lams. Jackson was the presi
dent, he says, who inaugurated the
practice ef recieving oliice ssefcers
at the White house. Before him
none of the small place-seekers
were premitted to see the president.
it is probable that President
Cleveland will in time succeed in
restoring the old condition of things,
and banish the office-seekers as a
class from the White house.
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heads provided the hair follicles are not
dead, which U seldom the case; restores
natural color to gray or faded hair; pre
serves the scalp healthful and clear of
dandrufl'; prevents ths hair falling olf or
chatisiLijf color; keeps it soft, pliant, lus
trous, luid causes it to grow long and
Hall's Hair Kexhweti produces its
effects by tho healthful influence of its
vegetable ingredients, which invigorate
and rejuvenate. It is not a dye, and is
a deliihlful article for toilet use. Con
taining no alcohol, it doc3 not evap
orate quickly and tlrv up the natural oil.
leaving the hair harsh and brittle, as dc
Pianos rik! Orarans swM on easy payments I
chase a Piaao or Orsaa of this 4Jo-aiiaay oa the iasiall
meat plan aad shtmiii be eoiniellcd, frozn any cause
whatever, to rctara the instrumeat. after having paid a
part 4a It, yoa eaa lo so -aasl not lose oae doilar jj-oa have
piklil. Kae hapel Orjjaiis tc'd to ehorehesi en $10
issoiithjy paysawsiri, which would foe oaly tea cents per
saonth for each meaiher ef the Church or Sahbathsehoo!
to pay. j
Ths cc'.abrated IMlSiXS tPI.4OS have been in use throughout
the States fir over twenty years, and are first-c'.a&J ill every partic'j)a.r.
We Kh'e a warrantee with every instrument, tliat runs five 3ears from
date of soli, and we are right here m.ike it jrojj. We have faei.itics
fur repairing Pianos aud Organs our sheps in Uic city ot Portland
and all wurk warranied. j
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About 1,000 new families settled
during the past winter in Florida
as permanent resident?. Thpy are
said to be, as a general rule, intelli
gent and progressive, and have
means enough ti improve the pio
perties tLev have purchased.
If Tennyson can write such a fright
fully poor poem oa the English Xavy, it
ia heart-sickening t think what the re
sult would have teen had he written
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produces a permanent natural color; and
bein;; a single preparation, is more con
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The finest Latin and Greek scholar
iu Athens, Ga., is working for seventy
cents per day sodaii; ;;rass. He proba
bly believes that the sod is mightier
than the pen.
Caveats, Re-issues and Trade-Marks se
cured, and ail other patent causes in the
I'atent OSce and before the Courts
promptly and carefully attended to.
Upon receipt of model or sketch of
invention, I make careful examination
and advise as to patentability FREE OF
Fees moderate, and I make NO
CHARGE UNLESS PATENT 13 SECURED.
Information, advice and special referen
ces sent on application.
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Tbey don't have woman's rights lec
turers in England, but the women get i
even all the same. There are 40.000 of
them iu London making sandwiches.
Washing and Ironing.
Opposite SaUns Jt Co.'s. - Main ?t., Weston.
Washing, 75 cents per doz"n. ISliit el.irts
w-isiied ani ironeJ in the best sty!c fur "one
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To sell Dixon'n new and Biiperior marn and
r':!art. A3 priu? an a-ncy aa any in jthe
world. For So page cata Oi.':ie, frt-e, a'ldreaS
353 Market St. San Francises, Ca!.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
To Sioux City. Council HlniTs, St. Jo
sr;ii. Atrliitnn. Lt-.tTonworia, SiaHsun
Cili , KurtisiKt-Jli, tiaincj ,
ST. LOUIS, CHtC AGO,
And all points tlironshont thcrnst and
SoBttii-ant via At. I'aul ami 5!iniieaiolis.
THE ONLY LINE EESSiSa
Tlironsh Emisrant Sleeping
tars from Portland.
And fcnnlpI oit reznlar express trninji
ever she mitre !-bk11i of the Aortii
erit r.st-tfic 4iailro:iU.
Leave Walla'a Junction at 4:40 a. m.
Leave Portland at lUiu p.m. daii ; arrive at M;n-neao-jlis
or St. Paul d. m.. fourth day.
Cnn&ction made at St. Paul ax.d Minneapolis
to points hdat, b-juth &du bouUieast.
Train leaves Portland dai'.v 9:25 a. in. Arrive
at Xe v Tacoa.a Os)J P- w.. .Kni.i:tins with O
it. &; N. C.Vg b-at Icr all point on PuetSoud
A. D. HAI'.I.TON, Oen 1 Wcst'n Pas. Ayeiii,
io. 2 Vashinton tit., Portland, Or.
MA1H STREET, - WALLA YALLA
gives a thorough, practical cd?!fit!ois to those Tvhoio-
jiot care to Icara v,Lit they rul r,vt use. fit is especial
ly adapted totke-waats oi" those who desire to enter bus-
tnes or t&e proiC&siou oi ieaeliaui;.
ft eiiioruces - .
A Classical Courso cf Three Years,
A Scientific Course of Thrs Years
A Teachers' Course cf Two Years,
A Susinecs Course, and
An Elementary Course,
ia whicli the
COMMON BRANCHES ;
are taught by the best appoyed sad caost iaterettlajf
Arhhiaetie by the Grubc Method.
Reading by the "Sentence Method."
Geography by relief maps and globes and map modelling.
Grammar by the celebrated Keed and Kellojg Dia
grams. History by the Erace System.
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL.
Sptcial A Uenlion Given to Cutting
for Infants and Children.
CafftoTfei f s eo wei! adapted to chEdmi that 1 Csateria ccret CoB, Cmsrit?'n,
kaow to mc.
Irecoxxuncad t aa a wrior to any prcccripiLou I 8our Btoixiach, picrrbc&a, Eructauon,
Man and BeastV
Odor of Forest. Sparkle of Stream.
FOREST AND STREAM.
r. -r , . . ' lo you own a ITUk, or a "nfn-poie, ot rara.
AlUStailZ ijDimellt IS Older tnatl ' do - or riSe? Ever no anz'inr. .r shoU:-s. or
most men, ana used more ana t h-.vj-to a taste for atadj-ii. the oab-t, of -ia
birds or anicui! l'o yoa kacnr tMv r r u-n
more every year,
yt-ars we have btcn pah'tihin a brllit wiftk'ty
yoa to took at a e-opy of the Forest ani Strram.
There i no other paper in the w M just like it.
AAAttf Forest and Stream Pubishinx Co., S3
Park Bow, New York.
S. P. HOWELL,
TraTe!e will fiorl tbat th'S hotel sets
as good a table a is to be found to the
whole "Upper Country ' Bedrooms
are larpp. clean and airy. ;Erery atten
tion paid to tiie comfort and convenience
Patronage Respectfully Solicited.
None But Professional, Skilled and
UCilLY HJFOn TEACHERS
will be employed ia any department.
Spring Term Begins February 16th, 1835.
Norma Institute, 4 weeks, begins Jane 1,1885.
Tnition, per term
Normal Institute fee
eStudcnts found competent will be aided by th In
structors ia securing positions. - -For
further information and special terms,1 address
Eastern Oregon Bormai School,