Weston Weekly Leader "FRIDAY, 17y 1885. Abodt '- 600.000 Pr month is , J)id ont to goTemment- flScials in : AVapliingtdn, . excluBite of the ex- '' 2ftnea' of ihm District of Columbia. . Th fian Francisco - mint f urri- ; Lire 150. persorV with tha means of obtaining a livelihood, an J 1500 atilicaliona have been sent in for met piae. ' ' TaOrejonian fc;irred op a hor - t nest when it pitched into the Hen The News ia getting the bft of the fight and ia showing up toe Oregonian in its true light. . Babbocb of Walla Walla has 'Collector. All is not smooth sail ing jth office-sceker, and Whita- Kfr evident wants oniy tne "true blue.", This ia oertaioly a very diacour agin; time for Republicans, still it is a -matter of astonishment to learn that the chairman of the Re publican State Committee of Louis iana has committed suicide. ' . Malcolm Hay, First Assistant Postmaster General, has resigned n. account of sickness, and tx-Con- gressman Stevenson, of Illinois has , been appointed in bis stead. The new appointment is spoken of as an excellent one. - 'The wheat crop of Kansas will be a ; complete failure this year. MoPberson, the banner wheat coun ty of the State, which has produced three million bushels a year for two years past, will not have one-fifth thttt amount this season. Tub Indian scare in Western Kansas and the Indian Territory is abatiar. .With the arrival of troops at Fort "Reno, and the knowledge that more are on the route, the re fractory Cheyennea are beginning & quail, while fear of punishment ler past tmsaetxts become more promiaent than the disposition lately manifested to go on the war ' path; ' The prompt measures taken dj vua war department .nave no doubt obviated all danger of an In dian war. Soxb very small-minded newspa per! are snarling and some still . 'i . Mnauer-Bunued ones are copying their snarls because after Presi dent Cleveland had sold the govern , meat carriage aU"'' yKito House and turned the money into thopub lie treasury, he saw fit. to purchase new ones, paying for them out of his own pocket. One conspicuous i9ereace between Democratic and Ilepublican officials at Washington is that the former always pay their , own bills, while the latter frequent ly depend upon a confiding public. . Tab superfluous government em ployee are going out as well as the rascals. On the last day of the ' last quarter 119 of the employes of the bureau of engraving and print- ing were notified that their services ' would be no longer required. They ,ere not turned out to make room for Democrats, but simply because the special., examiners detailed by Secretary Manning to investigate that matter had reported that their services could be dispensed with without detriment to the service. It was the Republican policy al ways to make sinecures of public position, and multiply them un- ; necessarily for tha sake of reward ing party workers. All this is changed now, and the government is being administered on business methods. On being informed lately that a man he had just appointed wat a good Democrat and faithful worker for the party, President Cleveland said to the Congressman who vol unteered that information:'- "All right, I have reason to hope that he will be a capable and honest man in the place, but if you are his friend you'd better warn him that it I catch him misusing that place in any way for party pur poses, I'll remove him as quick as lightning just as quickly as I'd remove a Republican for doing the same. will not have it. Tell hint to remember that." This re mark throws good deal et liht oa the President's character and aliowa the sturdy honesty with which he has set about reforming the abuses of generation. He is not a changeling or a byhocrite. He regards public office as a public trust, and not as a party perquisite, and he will impress that view by! the force of his character and con duot upon government officiala in very rank. - H, means what he ays. He keeps his word; and his Cirefol, prudent, conservative ad ministration of , tha great trust re posed upon him, in the interest of the whole pop!e,-wilt- insure the predoraiiyanM; of the party which hs represents for the next qcarter of a centiry. ; " . There are in th's state 80,018 persons eligible to draw public school money, an increase of 6,151 over last year 41.000 i are male 39,918 are females. ; The average daily attenda.nce in the schools dur ing the year wasaljOOo. The aver age number of months taught ia fonr and three-fourths. There are 1,338 school districts, in which are employed 1,701 teachers. 4,400 pupils are in private schools. The value of the public school grounds, apparatus, etc.,- is $1,150,433.14. Average salary of male teachers is $48.22 per month; of female teach ers is $36.96. There are forty-five graded school? employing 245 teachers; there are fourteen acade mies emrloyius fifty-five teachers; and eight colleges and universities employing sixty-seven teachers. An exchange says that the recent death of ex-Senator James W NesmUh of Oregon, leaves Willard Saulsbury of Delaware, Lyman Trumbull of Illinois, James Harlan of Iowa, Samuel O. Pomeroy of Kansas, Morton. S. Wilkinson" and Henry M. Rioe of Minnesota, Dan iel Clark of New Hampshire, Ed gar Cowan of Pennsylvania, John Sherman of Ohio, and James R. Doohttle of Wisconsin, the only surviving members of the United States senate at the commencement of the late civil war,' and who took their seats at the memorable first session of the Thirty-seventh con gress July, 1861. Attorney General Garland has rendered a decision on the three points relative to the acceptance of the Dolphin by the government, The Attorney General holds that the vessel cannot be accepted; that no contract exists between John Reach and the government, and that the large Bum of money paid him for the vessel may be recovered, IT is charged that the custom house officials at San Francisco have been issuing bogus tickets-of- leave to Chinese coming to this country that is to say furnisbin falso certificates of former residence in the United States to Chinese coming hero for the first time, and who could not land under a faith ful enforcement of the law. The lowering of the rates of postage is quite a benefit to the public, but it is working a hardship on the postmasters, as their salaries have been reduced in consequence. ., The greenback folly is still pre valent in Iowa. Five delegates to a Btate greenback convention met at Des Moines last week and nomi nated a full state ticket. AGAISSTLAXD CKA3TK9AD3. A Decision that -will Kcstore SliUloiiH of Acred to tbe rnbUc Domain. Washington, July 13. Land Commissioner Sparks has rendered a decision athrinin; the right of en try under the public land law, and decisions or the supreme court the United States,. of lands hereto fore withdrawn by the voluntary action of the general land office for railroad indemnity purposes where no requirement of law existed for makiug such withdrawals. The effect of this decision, it sustained by the secretary of the interior, will be to restore to entry under the homestead and other laws many million acres of public land which have been kept out of the market for many years beeause claimed by railroad corporations. In the course of the decision, which is quite lengthy, the commissioner cities from leading decisions of the su prome court and concludes as fol lows: Following these decisions, by the authority of which I am governed, I must hold that a withdrawal of land by the commissioner of the general land office, when withdraw als from settlement, entry or other appropriation are not required by jaw, is effective only as information in denning the limits within which indemnity selections may be made in a proper time and ..manner, but is not operative as a prohibit of settlement and entries within such limits, under the public land act laws prior to the time when a law ful. selection by the railroad com pany has actually been made. This decision was brought out by an inquiry from the receiye- at the land office at Walla Wal'a, Wash ington territory, as to whether or not the Northern Pacific railroad company is entitled to the land reg ularity settled upon by one Miller, but which was, by a change in the line of the above mentioned road, brought within its indemnity limits. A valuable deposit of the mineral called manganese has been discover ed in Washington county. Man ganese is one of the precious metals. Books quote it at $108.72 per pound avoirdupois.- It has never bafore been found in America, as far as we can learn, and has only been found in some parts of Europe and the finest mineral comes from Russia. It is used to make steel rails, and in the manufacture f steel generally; it will harden iron; it is on the point of gold pens; it is used extensively in medicine, and in many other ways. The hop market remair.s depress ed, and no improvement in demands troui the brewers. Prime quality can be bad at n cents. STAT5 KEWg. . I Benton county has $50,140.26 in the Treasury. Douglas county will have 150,000 pouads more wool this season than ever before. The fish wheel en the Upper Col- urnbia catch from 8even to ten tons of salmon daily. M. S. Farraww a pioneer of 1848. died at his'faome near Shedd, Linn county, June 22, aKed 70 years. It is proposed to place a monu-1 ment over the grave of Colonel Wesmith by the citizens of Polk County. The close season for deer ended July 1st and venison is making its I appearance in southern OregonXbeaters. . ; i Cougars are proving troublesome I in the Applegate country. Several horses have been killed lately by mese pssis. Harvey Shepard has discovered a I promising quartz ledge a short dis- tance south of Ashland. Considera- worx nas already been done on it. Yamhill county has organized an agricultural society, and arrange-1 meats are being made for a county 1 rairr to -do neid Sseptember lo io 1 ' " I Ike Klopp at his placer claim in Granite last week. His mine is pay- ing an average of $7 per day to the A man named Crabb was fatally uyureua. Aioanyjuiy 4 Dy rwing . 1 IV r V a a - 1 -aiu Waga tongue wnuo on w.uwvHwa. , Vl.-M MV AAA AAA VI UtVl injuries on ounaay. mi ej a a a a mere is a violin m Albany which was maae in ion. xi is oi Italian i ?-..srtw "w . it -w-. i i construction, finely engraved, and is T1.W WAPrh Cla JOrS I It r n -I a.x-J rlAllnna " , . w Aarian oemeiy is us owner. The Klamath and Yaikax Indians are nos as muca on me increase as they were some years ago, there be- ins sixiy-mree aeams among tnem last year, againsi miroy-one Dirtns. ? . .1 . . . . .. Mr. Joseph Sbambaugh, while I Ji mi -a I mailing a car on xnursaay witn lumber At Oro Dell, fell from the , . uirasuig iwu cutting his head in two p.ace8, ana waspreny oaaiy nruisea l ., i ii . . , . ' , Walla Walla Cmon: Wheat cut- " . . ting commenced on the Blalock rancn lass luesaay, ana v eanesday ",tm "euuera were in opeaanon. two bi tbresliir will K Bf. wnrlr An estimate of Wednesday's work gives an averaxe of forty bushels per acre. The Pine valley mines in Baker county are showinsr no verv richlv. and a six-horse fast mail coach haa been nut on th rant. RnmA nf t.hB placers are said to be yielding from ou cents to $4 and upward to the nan. There are now 3000 men in the mines, with more going in -every aay A 12-y arold sol of Isaac Wat- kins, who resides about five miles from Drain, on Elk creek, shot him self in the left arm last Thursday. It seems he was putting the gun across a log and the lock caught in some way and set it clr, tearing the arm so badly that it was necessary to amputate it above the elbow. Oregon City Enterprise: We are informed that Elmer's mill in High land precinct was burned Thursday night. We understand that the proprietor set fire to the old dam in order to burn, it out so as to put in a new one, and, thinking it was all right, left it and went to bed. In the morning the mill was gone, Ashland Tidings: Operations at the liig Yank ledge in Josephine countyare not progressing as rapidly as was expected, fcome people think the big San Francisco capitalists are pottering along with the work in order to be able to buy up the claims ot various parties on the ledge be fore the price is sent up by a dem onstration of the payiug qualities of tne immense body of rock of which the ledge is composed. Independence West Side: Reports from the hop-raising districts of the county are to the effect that rust has appeared on the vines and is doing great damage to the crop. The hop rust is very similar to that which appears en the wheat, and is very destructive. Tom Ford of Dallas says that the rusl commenced to work on his hops nearly two months ago and that the hops first lose their color and then wither and die The dwelling ef Mrs. Nessley, situated on the Grande Itonde river, about one mile north of La Grande, was totally destroyed by fire last Wednesday morning. It seems that the family arose about i o'clock in lh9 morning, built a fire in the kitchen stove, and then proceeded with the chores on the outside, when the house was discovered in flames. The fire is supposed to have origin ated from a defective flue. Noth ing but a little furniture was saved Loss about 3500. insurance 1000. Visitors from the Sound and from the interior of the State say this is the liveliest place they've struck; that there is more business, more money in circulation and everything appears so much more prosperous. About the third day they fell among the croakers, the men who, if there was a boom would hold thtir pro perty so high that you couldn't touch it with a forty foot pole, and predict that we are all going to the demnjlion bow wows. There is nothing gocd or bad in this world but thinking makes it so, and it's just as easy and ever so much bet ter to look on the Jbright Bide ol life than to be forever worrying and prophesyiug always of disas ters. Astorixn. - MEWS. .Strikes are common in the East- , ern States. ,: It is stated in the Soudan that El Jiakdi is dead. . - v i Destitution exists among small : farmers in Coffee county, Missouri, oa account of floods. - It U said Minister Foster Urn failed o regulate a second eommer- ciftl treaty with Spain. j Subscriptions' to the New Vnrrl World's Bartboldi pedestal fund amounted to $90,647 up toThurs dJ. ' j : t . .f u c:a mond. Vs. .resolutions were adopted favoring the whipping post for wife IT TV tci. 1.-JI . 1. . uic u. i'jsu u m 9iv in nis pockets when he ep tared the Auburn prison, New York. He had stolen millions. Alleged cases of smirdli; r-rmlora at Toledo, among Poles in the city prison,- turn out to have been oniy cnoiera mernus. , .. i Sixty Dersons were taken aerious. lj ill from eating dried beef, presura ea to be made from diaeased cattle. at Momence, JLllinoia. Tiw- lrk Twat-t. s lit ' - " icoivu our x ijr uiyuiu, Pens., and fined $2 each and costs I for disturbing the peace. Tl, .ri- v.. J ' proveJ rthe design for the ten ceS. special delivery stamp authorized by Congress at its last session. ri The weeb,T bank atatement f New York city shows a reserve.in, 1 trMOA Af W VMX C II If i Ktt.Tri. V. 1 J bow SG1.901.000 in nf W.l I . J - , requiremems. TlTfticwfill. tli otloJ of Prellcr in St Louis last Anril. is I . aej. . a a a -. . ' . still held in JNew Zeland on proceed. ing, attackine the regularity of th warrant ot extradition. A very severe thunder storm Dasged over Philadelnhia. JW.! MwBlHno-s. wpra Dt.mir v.- I O- " "I iiiuvmus. At Gloucester. K J., a child w killed by a thunderbolt, .Tma FT.rk f HV.a.vi..m Mercer county, Pa , has eloped with nlg siXteen-vear old nieen .Tenn . of t.l mA r,ino- rtt. ' - "'v leaves, a wife and two children; I Tl " 5 . tr 11 ' ej JLiissemi-oniciaiiy announcea teat the annointment of Jonas as TTnheA Statesconsul at Prague was objected to on account of that gentleman's known animosity toward Austria. B. Delany, of New York City. haa just Patentei a lightning rdd of C0PPer mre tor tne human body. The wire runs down the back and legs, conducting vicious force to the around Mrs- Tams H. MdffuUenof ir ertland, .Maine, was robbed. e& a fnn di.am9n.4,T.cH,lAdams' "" way w.uia Orchard, on the B:ston & Mine rai'way- - I Secretary of war has ordered 4000 men frora tha department-! of lexaa and the Platte to report to 1' ort Keno, Indian territory, to be ready in case of trouble with the Cheyennes, Advices from San Francisco state that Superior Judge Frank M, Hough is a raving maniac. He was examined by the insanity com missioner ana sent to tne Stockton insane asylum. Secretary Endicott has gone' to New York to attend a meeting. of. the board appointed to examine means of defense for this country and to report recommendations for additional fortifications. Secretary Whitney took the presi dent, the secretary of the treasury, secretary of the interior and the postmaster general on a pleasure trip to Woodtnount, npar Harper's d erry, (Saturday arterneon. At the Rock Island arsenal the Government is making the new steel targets to be used at the com mg rifle contests. They are made in the shape of men, and 400 of them are under construction. The secretary of the navy has sent an order to the chief of the New York navy yard providing for the appointment of a beard to ex amine persons applying for the various foremanships in tbe yard, Count Esterbazy, a Hungarian nobleman, banished, in the revolu tion of 1884, proposes to settle 20,- UUU Hungarians in the Canadian Pacific railway belt. He is encour aged by the dominion government. The London sensation continues. The Pall Mall Gazette is being boy cotted by tbe clubs and aristocracy, but it is increasing its circulation and proposes to raise the drapery tor the great vice of the English capital. Miss Mattie Tenske of Reeds Mills, Pa., eloped last week with her father's hostler. She let her self out of a third story window with a bed cord to join her adored. Her brothers are in pursuit of the couple. The ex-roayor of Minneapolis and a party ef nine other persons were out in a small steam yacht on Lake Mianetonka Sunday, when a violent storm came up, capsizing the yacht and drowning all on board. Managers of the leading clearing houses uf the United States report that total clearances for the week ending July 11th were $752,89J,V U4b, an increase of 7-8 per cent compared with , the corresponding week a year ago. A dispatch from Virginia City, Nevada, announces that the first bar of bullion taken from tbe 3000 foot level of the Comstock lode had been received at the assaver's office, and was ralued at $2712. This caused some excitement in mining circles. 3? A TTg". CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache, Soro Throat. Sirellfiura. Sprains. Bruise. Bnraa, Soalda, Froat llltca, km AU, OTHI BODILY PA1SS ISO ACHES. Sold by Drogrhu aod Dealers ercrj-vfacrc Filly Cents a bottle. Dtreetioas la 11 Languages. THE CHiRLKS A. VOGELKIt CD. MJ.TUIUUUSW Hemraafa. it, U.B.A. From Pole to Pol Ateb's Sarsapariixa ban 5cmor.strrtcd i power of cure (or all dlsca-wa of Uie blood. The Harpoorter's Story. jVcw Eedford, June 1, 1SS3. De. J. C. Ateh & Co. Twenty ywun ag was a harpooner in tlio North l'ncifn, wht n f. (JtbcTH of the crew and myst'lf wrc iil v : scury. Our bodies wcro btoati !, g-;,r.i wn'A and bleed tug-, teeth Ioohc. puriilo l'loU-iter, ; tovor ii?, nud our breath Ma-mcd rulti n. T:ikv by and large vc wore prolty baUly o1f. Ail iiime-juieo was ftccidentaliy dentroycd, but i captain lmd a couple dozen bottlcnof Atsi A 3 ak 9 aia r i Lija and vti us that. Wt- jcu ctitu o-.i ii quicKer man j. nave ever Keen iu- orougnt-auoui oy anyoincrireauntnuiirfctur Smd I've net-u a good deal of it. Beelr. bo m tion in your Almanac cf your barfaparilla uvn srobd for scurvy, I tbongbt you oagbt to tuav,' . im, ana eo eena you ue xacis. iteBptcituiiy youre, kalph i . s ixgati:. 'The Trooper's Experience, itfarf n, Basutoland S. Africa,) March7t JS& ,:Dr. J. ,C. Ateb & Co. GeollcmcD : I ha much nleasurc to teptily to the great Tsluc your Sarsunarilla. We have been fttatiow here for over two ycarfl, during vl'ich time w hsd ti live in tents. Being under rnnvna f mch a time brought on vhat h cal'u-d in t- country velat-aorea." 1 1-ad tltu! umi i. some time. 1 was advised to take your Siir: pariila, two bottles of which made iiiy or. afcappear rapidly, and 1 am now quite well. x our truiy, x . iv. isodf.k, Trooper, Cape Mounted Uif.cmm. Myers Sarsaparfk la the only thoroughly effective blood-purifier the onlv medicine that eradicates the notaons o .Scrofula, Mercury, and Contagioiu Diauaac from the system. PREPARED ET Ur, J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Moss Sokl by all Drnggifta : Price $1 ; ix bottle lor S5. FARM MACHINERY I take this method of informing the public, and tne iarmers in particular, ttmt I nave opened a complets assortment of Agricultural Implements, COKSISTINS OF Plows and Harrows MOWERS, BAKES, Headers, Wagons. Etc. I intend to make a specialty of the celebrated ALBION SEEDER, a the most complete far Ine implement ever in- rented. Anything I i not happen to have in stock will be ordered j snort notice. CH BOWLING, - Oregon. JOHN FLETCHER AND T. E. Proprietors, COULD, ESH BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK Onr meats are always fresh and good - a u oraers uiiea with promptness. Satisfaction Guaranteed. E. ill DENTON. T. C. ANDERSON Weston Livery Stable NEW MEN, NEW PRICES and Fresh Horses! Saddle Horses, per day - $1.25 Buggy and Team - 4.00 EASY RIGS AND ALL NEW TEAMS! uorsea boarded by the day or month. Plenty ot iecu tuiu toe oeas oi aneniion. Transient Stock cared for promptly and at rea- sQnaoie raws. Give Us a Trial and be convinced that we mean to do business on uuainess principles. DENTON & ANDERSON. THARP BROS., Blacksmithing! Done to order in ' Style. Orst-class In addition to the above wc won'd respectfully inform the fanners of the surrounding country that we n.fw carry a full line of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Ja I. Case and Randolph Headers. The Celebrated Empire Mow ers and the Studebaker Was- THAiiP BEOS., Adams Oregon. 4 MEAT : : MAEEET dams Eiotel ADAMS, OREGON. S. P. HOWELL, - Prop. Travelers will find that this hotel sets as good a table as is to be found in the whole "Upper Country." Bedrooms are large, clean and airy. Every atten tion paid to the comfort and convenience of guests. Patronage Respectfully Solicited. GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE, NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. THE ONLY LINE RUNNING Fnllnian Palace Sleeping Cars. ' Hacnifieent Day Coacke and ELEGANT EUIGKIAT SLEEPING CABS with berths free of cost, From Washington and Oregon TO THE EAST! Via St. Paul and Minneapolis. The only Transcontinental Line Running' PALACE DINING CARS. (Meals 75 cents.) Fastest , Time Ever Made from the Coast OVER THE Northern Pacific Railroad. T Slonx City, Council Msm, 8. Jo- epn, Atruisou, lA'Hvenworiu, Mannas. .iiy, Kurungton, tininey, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, And all points turonghout the East and ontueaat via tU rani and JUnneapolIs. THE ONLY LINE RUNNING Through Emigrant Sleeping Jars irom Portland. And kanlcd an regular express trains over ine enure ivngtu or tne ft ort u ern Pacific Kailroad. Leave Wallula Junction at 4:40 a. m. Leave Portland at 1:30 p.m.. daily; arrive at Min neapolis or St. Paul 12:25 d. ni "fourth dav. Connection made at St. Paul and Minneapolis a 11 . 17 i- O .an ii . w tui puuiui EHhsb ouutii sua soutneaBij. PACIFIC DIVISION. Train leaves Portland daily 9:25 a. m. Arrive at JNew Tacoma 6:05 p. in., connectintr with O. B. & N. Co's boats for air points on Putret Sound A Ta ITT irl H-iTLT ti II Tr . . x . . . a, as. v4.ixviVLi, ucu i esL-n 1'asg. Agent, nw. a nuBuiugHin dc, comana, ur. WALLA WALLA BAKERY Established 1861. O. BRECHTEL MAFDFACTDEEB Or BREAD. CAKES a pies, And all kinds of Fire-Proof Building, Main Street, WALLA WALLA W. T. Cooper, Sctack & Harnett, MANUFATUKEKS AND DEALERS IN PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS and all kind of THE BEST FURNITURE We carry a full stock of Household rurniturc, iu walnut, ash and pine; also, a large assortment of Chairs Mattresses, Spring Beds, Lounges, etc. A supply on Hiuu oi Mouse Moulding, Uoors and Sash, Flooring, MaUSllC illlU FKISHHI3 LUMBER. GIVE US A CALL. COOPER SCHMUCK & CARNETT, Corner Main and Water Sta., WESTON - OREGON. UNO. J. BEELER. Watchmaker IJeweler Post Office Bnildiu", Weston Orenon. Clocks and Watch fi AenneA anI fa paired in a Bkif ul manner at reasonable rates. 11 The only illustrated Kaeazlne dnnted to ia denlopment of tha Great Weat. - Contain, a Tast amount of general lnformatioa and ape. eondaietMi! ciai arucieaon auDjecisoi interest, to ail. SWT Hascrfeir II I a at r Onlr tl a Tear. L. rlaarael. totlt . jrwouafter.fio. t TENTH YEAR JrST RECEIVED BY Steisiaker & 0o. A FULL LIKE OF ; SPRING AND SUMMMER SUITS F03 M Ell AND BOYS Ladies' Wear in Endless Variety! Canned Goods arid Groceries. Buckingham & Hecht's ; Soots and ta for cash. O . . . 1 I I The lllan utvauoc ncuup ins uuuus ax MsaJAiilo Trom REESE & REDMAN. Dress Goods, Laces & Ribbons for his Boots, Hats and Ready-Made Clothing for his Tea, Sugar and Coffee and Tobacco, Shirts, Blankets, He buys for Cash, and declares he can-do better at REESE & REDMAN'S" than he can at any other place inthe county, for they j keep the best of everything in General iercharidise, and their prices TWIST, ' NAVIES, GRANULATED AND FIHEGUT Tobaccos. : Cigars, Notions, Cutlery, I PERFUMERY, PORTE KONNAIES. . j COMBS AID BRUSHES, FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY AND SCHOOL BOOCIC. PLAYING CARDS, J FAJSTC YGOODS, JEWELEY. French and American Candies, OJieaper than Eyer ......AT.. ..." - i - WESTON, OREGON. I heeper. Cheapest Dress Goods, J - i . . 3 We will not be nndersold ' -V " aa aaa. A ' aa aa . f- . , - - -I-'-: Who Laughs! i -, . '. I - I all kinds of Groceries for his and Everything he wants lor are very" reasonable.