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Weston Weekly Leader.
FRIDAY. HEPTli.MBfe'K 4, let?5.
cut a republican form of j;oi
it is noteworthy that
Tiik ravage of cholera in Spain
are terrible. The fearful disease. is
carrying off hundreds of victims
daily, and little seem to be opera
tive in checking it. The two great
essential conditions to such whole
sale fatility are ignorance and tilth.
The first does not allow the people
to take, suitable hygienic precau
tions to fit themselves for success-,
fully withstanding the approach of
the diHease. It also prevents them
from taking advantage of medical
treatment in time to be beneficial.
Many are even opposed to using
medicine in mich canes, and hence
whole families die. Filth, as the
aecond condition, is a friend to a
large proportion of diseases, but es
pecially such as cholera. Yet the
most stringent sanitary regulations
fail or are neglected, owing to the
criminal carelessness of a certain
proportion of the people, who are
usually the first to want to fly from
danger when it does come. There
seems to be an unfortunate disposi
tion in mankind to ignore and prac
tically disregard all measures of a
preventive character, though they
will vielci to vigorous energy and
excitement when the enemy has
come. Medical men can now count
with considerable certainty on sav
ing the victim of an attack of chol
era, if he have have only complied
with ordinary sanitary requirements
and called for aid early in the at
tack. Along the Atlantic border,
where the danger of receiving the
distfase exists, intelligent effort is
being systematically made to pre--vent
its getting a foothold, and so
far with success. But in any event,
it's arrival on this Coast is net to
be seriously apprehended, because
of climatic and sanitary reasons
that readily suggest themselves. In
this connection, it may not be amiss
to refer to the system practiced,
and it is claimed with success, by
Dr. Ferran, which corresponds (o
the system of vaccinating introduc
ed by the immortal Jenner, viz.,
vaccinating to prevent small-pox.
If Dr. Kcrran'a efforts prove as sat
lsfactery, he will have conferred an
inestimable boon on suffering hu-.inanity.
Intlse Hcai5y) .ljsr2:;l Ile-prt oa J!ic
1 For the Lrxor.it.
The newspapers of the "Willam
ette valley have printed Judee i
for the nast rear. Th orfc i I in3 uch aQ crder ln taia
4 .vl T.. J : : li ! the
presenting any outer kind ot a re
port. But it is the liberality- with
winch this institution is treated bv
tho Legislature that makes the
Judge's report such interesting read
ing to the taxpayers of Eastern Or
egon particularly. It has cost the
State 18,000 to educate 1-11 young
men and women for the last ten
months (see Weekly Oregonian,
August 28). It cost $125 to edu
cate one; and if Oregon has 30,000
boys and girls under 21, it would
of the Leiz'.un of Iiouer
maintained in republican Friii
The obvious failLcu'ty in es!&V
extremis partisan character pi
our government. It i.s otfe to pre
sume tliat if a Legion of Honor
were attempted litre the most active
ward politicians would receive the
decorations of the highest rank
while our eminent inventors, artists,
literateurs and men of science
would be very apt to be altogether
neglected unless they possessed
"political influence." Toledo Blade.
eminent,! mate kiws. !v: : i I HHEAT 01TjiWE3TEn9 nrEGV. I
s still ! Josf r.Line couiitv iiasTCi Tiersons ! t:-VK re? ' i'.tl-'T::.vv
.-. i'-t kM.ai-.I ...... i I--. L -1: t A n - e, 1 I V : hi1 Jr-.iT?i'J !
Portland had a S10.00P fire last I if tff
V !S ; , . i V Si I - ;...it iucui wnoie-
400 Hungarians and j
t Ilazletoii, Pa., for
Peavv timber tires are rcH1:; bo-
; tv.vejs Link villa and iJiy.
! Lai:e county h&s -1103 persons of
I school age, 574 of theto iu Eugene
! In Linn county there will be
75,000 worth of hops at present
prices in the ileitis.
The mineral resources of Jackson
and Josephine counties are attract
ing more attention til an ever just
cost 3,750,000 to teach them for j
the same length of time. This i
would sem to ba vprv pxrvptiaivw i
teaching and it ought to be of a! A mission has been 01 ganized in
very high order. It is to be hoped j England to seach for General
it is. Let us concede it is. De- Gordon, believed to be still li.ing.
sides this the last Legislature has I
granted 30,000 to erect and fur- j
nish en additional brick building i
for the use of the University. !
Twelve teachers have been en-
the cholera is coming, there-
. T.; James
Tub season of the year ii ap
proaching in which the educational
energies of the country are to be
oporated. The vacation and rest
in their time and place indispensa
ble, are now ended, and the laborer
in the field of education must re
sume his toil. And while our col
leges and schools aro now donning
their armor, it is appropriate that
the average citizen devote some
thought to his personal advance
ment, lleguiar, systematic hours
should be devoted to Btudy of some
kind, for there is absolutely no man
10 busy with business that he can
not spare half an hour each day to
to increase li is stock of knowledge.
There are many who think they
cannot find time, but this is a mis
take. Further than this, a number I ,
in instructing these 144
young men and women, which
would give an averug of twelve
scholars to each professor, lhis
would seem to make U-aching in
the Oregon University a compara
tively easy position, particularly
when compared to tee labor re
quired of the common, school teach
ers who have, not uafrecjuentiy 50
scholars under their charge. The
pay of these University teachers av
erages 1500 per year; that of the
common school teacher will not av
erage one-third of tho sum for the
same time. Hie common school
teacher and hr pupils do not seem
to be in favor with the average leg
islator. The teachers get but small
pay and tho pupil has 110 brick
bnilcling erseted and furnished by
the State The ominon school
scholar gets no diploma in which
the writing of twenty names costs
$'21 and the printing of them $109.
An ordinary tax-payer, whose half-
dozen boys and girls wear cow-hide ' ten day3.
shoes, would imagine that sorae one
of those high-priced professors, or
some one of the highly and expen
sively educated 144 young men and
women, would be competent to
write those names in the diplanias.
There is one more item in tho re
port which is suggestive ot what we
may term '"style," urtil it is better
understood. This item is only
$'33. 50 paid John 8tewart for hack
hire; and also 18 yards ot ribbon
which no doubt contributed to give
a pleasing aspect to the closing
scenes of the year's ponderous in
tellectual researches. How one of
these 144 men and women could be
distracted from their studies, and
be interested in such airy things as
ribbons, is a problem for the next
The Legislature which seems to
have made this University a "pet"
refused to assist, in a small way, a
Normal School in Eastern Oregon.
Eastern Oregon might as well make
up its mind that the Willamette
Valley is surremelv indifferent to
Bears are frequently encountered
in the Wiliewa valley. Foo'l is
rather short with them in the
An assay from the ''Mountain
Belle" mine at Pine creek, owned
by Toy it Smith, showed 1225 to
T- K jX ii' .
j?ee front Opiate, jttx tirs ciiui J'oisons,
A PROMPT, SAFE. S1!RE CORE
i;;iiuuJS, Hroaclntia. Awihma, fronp, VVTioop
ia Cons?i, Qnlnsy, Puln iu C!J3t, and ether
ali'ectioaicl ti Trout f.U(J Long.
Price SO cunts a bdtlp. Soli by DroseistR ana
IMtttoro. ParVi-s vnnh'e to indvix their (Sealer la
I romp'Iv " l it for lh?rr trill rcceire I'm linitUt
E.irt:ii rh'irfjc-: fiCii2s b'j & ,u:i;:f w-ie (tt.Var to
Tiii. 1 hari.ix; s. vo:.i;i.nii wavAss,
bvilu UWUtfrs and Mr.;.rJ:;i.:nri'ri,
liui.t:-t., ila.-jl.iall U.S. A
All the rooks have flown from
southern Germany, and this natives
The transcontinental roads have
reduced the freight rate on hops
from the coast from 3 to 2 cents a i
airs, llarv J. Roberts has been
j appointed postmistress at Lincoln, J class duality.
aiues &. Ilaviland. ir.. at : . . . .
i the annual reunion 01 the south-
Prospecting continues in the
vicinity of Woodville,Jackson coun
ty and some promising ledges have
A large quantity of Baker county
time was recently shipped to points
i in Idaho, and is said to be a iirsl-
Oi)N BU.M1, PlUU-ifca. As a remedy audi
preventive o: Cisei; s 1; ciriiv.t bo beat. It ;
checks Klieumatisin and Mala;!.!, ro'ii.vcs Consti-1
putioii, IyMityiU ajil iJiliouaiie-.. aiij yiut ire-h
mt.i the B.vsu-m by nntiiij Xcw, Kicil
Elood. AU Vr
bottles, 6 for."
Uis anu Dealers kee
II it. Sl.W
F iH E P S
Read and Hearl
Bo sure and see the undersigned before
disposing of your
I em Oregon Pioneer association will
Troops have arrived on the i !,e held at Ashland on Thursday,
Kansas border to net as a guard September 10.
and to see that the President s
mil v.r. it iii-k'.-r t:i.-.::
f.n'i'-t: :r'i!l l- ;:tiv ; :.;
il-.ii i:i your Aha.". :.c cf ;
Itv.-jKvifu.:y j oar
ten' "l .
1 you o.:.
I lb.-.- tr.c-I .
fl'W KA IT - I
The r.io?t favorable terms givenon con
siuineuts. Will also buy
cattle order is enforced.
The sub-Treasury at Xew York
thus far this week has disbursed
1GG,800 standard silver, dollars and
92,700 in fractional coin.
A loss of several thousand dollars
was occasioned at Bradford, Perm.,
yesterday by the explosion of 3,000
pounds of nitroglycerine. m
Lucius A. White, the Brazilian
note counterfeiter, has been remand
ed to jail at St. Louis and the hear-
l ing in his case 'vas postponed lor
Testimony before the Coroner's
jury at Emporia in the Walkup
poisoning case shoe's that the body
contained arsenical poisons. Mrs.
Walkup and her cousin are still in
Gen. Ben Butler, representing the
Indian territory cattle men in the
fight against the president's order
fer expulsion of their herds, is, it
is said, himself the proprietor of a
large ranch in the district concerned
A six-year-old daughter of D. li.
Lakin of Eugene City, was thrown
oli' the cars at Summit Station last
Monday and killed.
A party engaged in mining on
one of the tributaries of Elliott
creek, a few days ago, took out one
piece worth 175, and several small
A.J. Doak of Spencer creek, one
of the pioneers of Lane county, died j
in Eugene City Saturday morning,
August Ti, iobo. lie came to
Oregon iu 1S45.
Br. Mart-hand, of baker City, has
made thirty different assays of
quartz from new mines on Pine
creek, and which run from 27 to
$2300 gold per ton.
James Hamilton, an old miner
on Canyon creek, Josephine county,
recently struck a very rich prospect
in his claim. Out of twelve pans
of dirt he realized '15.
Bears are committing depreda
tions on Hocks of sheep in Grant
county. One day last week 250
Coneressman Holman thinks the I lambs were killed by them in the
silver question will not cut any
figure in the next session. 11c
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i'l'olu liio :
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Qaekcnbush t Co.,
n 1 p . 1
OF UMATILLA COUNTY.
iluM by y.'.l
i Ua., Lowe! 3
ru.'U-.s: I'rice iil :
its people and the facilities for local
improvements and educational facil
ities. The representatives from i about
Eastern Uregon haves tailea to lin- 1
press our rights on their fallow leg- ;
thinks the democrats will decrease
tariff on articles of prime necessity
and increase it on articles of luxury.
' An effort to evict tenants near
Badly Itagget, county Killarncy,
Ireland, yesterday, was resisted by
about 2,000 persons, who were
charged by the police with bayon
ets. Many on both sides were injured.
The wheat crop this year in Italy
I take this method of informing the public, and
the fanners in particular, tliat, I have
opened a compluts assurtment of
Plows and Harrows.
Headers, Wagons, Etc.,
S. P. HOWELL,
Travelers will tinil that this hotel sots
as good a t;il)le as is to be fomul in the
whole "Upper Country." lml rooms
are large, clean anil airy. Every atten
tion paid to the comfort and convenience
of guests .
Patronage Respectfully Solicited.
WALLA WALLA BAKERY
Xotwitlistanding the low price for wheat,
there :ire fosl tinies for the farmers who
deal with REESE & at Adams,
where they get gooil gooils in every line at
astonishingly low prices.
ihir Full Goorts have begun to arrive,
which we purchase:! in the best markets at
the lowest possible rates. These advan
tages we will share with ostr customers.
nv sjcw brirk bnildins will be ready for
occupancy i: about forty days, and for that
length of ti tae we will offer EXTRA IN
laJE5IE3k'TS in BUY ORS, CL0TE1IX
and BOOTS and SHOES.
Conte and see us.
L.tnd of John Luce, in Bear valley.
C. W. BurraM A- Co., of .Port
land, tave put several men at work
on thti-1' iron mines in Hock point
precinct, Josephine county. These
deposits promise tfo become quite
valuable in .'hue.
A. D. M.'-Ke & Co., -who are
mining on E.''i't creek, Jackson
county, have ta ken out some more
good sized ' nu;;g -ts of gold. One
weighed 85, and so mis smaller ones
picked up v
islators. The Willamette men cun
rvnf n n ii'oni'i utiiinc Pitt ttia o n 11 n o I
horse race fair at Salem,
managers have sent east for their Rysteai
posters, but not a cent for Eastern
'Oregon. "When will people learn
j to select capable men to represent
Y here is Kelly of Cotton-
j average crop.
vvVrito' -ine management 01 me v aoasn
will give the Knights of
Labor definite ai.swer to their
! demand for the reinstatement of
I discharged members of their body
j next Thursday. It is thought an
of persons animated by the same . r,,M amicable adjustment will be obtain-
dusire for improving themselves, But 1 feel that I have wandered ec'-
should combine their eil'orts, andjaway froal my "University," and j A letter from Havana, dated
thus give them the pleasurable ad- j n tur,r'ini; my funtl . attentisn to it August 22.1, says that Capt.
- 1 r , j . 1 would say that it is top-heavy for Robinson and theei.tire crew of the
Union of a social feature. Iebat- j t,,e con juionof our common schools. ! American brig C. S. Packard,
in clubs, literary societies, scientif-; I'.y ft system of wire pulling it re- j which grounded recently off the
ic cirelws, all or any of these may ceiyes more than its luimate pro- j Sugua, have been arrested on a
ba practiced. Xor does it require ' I'orticm of tne ru'"'liL' funds. "While 1 charge ot having attempted to burn
.i. , ,1 . , ' no one should detract from public J the vessel.
much more than an earnest desire: . , .. ,
flltt'llH JM? Ill fUilCllllUlll IllULins,
t. improve, in order that such or-; all 'oM sce t0 it that ono 8e4!tioH
tjanizations aro successful, and of the country is not favored to the
therein lies the incentive for near- i injury of other sections. Eugene
land the Willamette Vallev enjoy
the convenience of this institution,
; as tiiev do that of all governmental
i establishments in the State. The
j all to join 111 the matter. The I
season approaching should not be!
allowed to pass without a sincere '
effort to improve especially in this ! Legislature has injured Eastern Or
direction. egon, and always will until men are
I sent there who will compel them to
Fair-minded men, whether Dem- j give us Justice.
ocrats or Republicans, cannt but I
Tiew with disapproval, akin to dis- j Bav,w' " nt,,1 n:,ss?
gust, the utterances of Sherman hi !. An fut,e Washington lawyer
, has made the interesting discovery
opemng the campa.gn in Ohio by j that tUwe &n seYtTalthousand A
"blooody shirt" cries of the oldest j erican citizens, not in the civil, mil-tyWr-.Tt
must be that the "mana-! itary or naval service, who are law
yers" have decided that this is the ! ful,y hinted with titulr rank.
1 t-.- 1 1 These are officers of the late war,
ono hopo of recovering political I , ,L , . , '
' s 1 1 who. after being mustered out ot
power from the Democracy, and j the ;ervicCj received brevet commis-
have "passed the word along the ' sions from the president or f rem a
Jine." Witness the unwearied ut- j governor. Commissions of this
trrances of tho Oi-fjonutu 0f this ' L!m""ier !l . - .
is reproved in an omcia! aocumenc j D a Kr&ps h,St,; barn and
to tne department o ouu to oe,oUiep bttildinjf! at Lis place nrar
about U per cent lees ti:on an Cop-g t re deBlroved
average crop, bilk is about a thira . fire on t)ft 1&th ,i 8tnbble
.ess, but supenor in quality to tho , , , f f , . t
n , ,
then the fences and next the" build
ings. An attempt is being maieto
have the Lakeview land office nno ved
to Harney valley. As it is now
centrtlly located it is considered au
injustice to the people of Klanvath
coui.ty to remove it any furthur
The Whitmar. mine, in the Pine
creek district, is now down to a
depth of twenty-five feet, with a
tunnel of twenty-live feec, It is
ssid that there is now ore enough
on the dump of the mine to pay the
bonded price and erect a mill.
Nds Monson's residence on
Johnson creek, near Ten-Mile lake,
Coos county, was destroyed by lire
on the 14th insfc. Monson works
at Newport, and was not at home
at the time.
time to save her twa babies.
Dispatches from Eugene Citv
intend to make a specialty of the celebrated
ALBION SEEDER, .
ths most comiilcte fannitisr implement ever iu
YeiKe.!. Anythini- 1 do i:ot happen to liave in
stock will be ordered ou fcaorc notice.
Ami all kinds of
'i W l.ar.
14 W V.
Fira-Prooi Bui!d!ng, Main Sti est,
WALLA WALLA W. T,
y Mew Warehouse
is now ready to receive
I will pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
2TAjr.t for Matiioit Bros., Portland, Oregon.
The New York World says: Trade
dollars this week have declined
frow S7 to 8-1 cents. This is said
to be due to the absence of orders
from Japan and to expected silver
legislation vy vonrrss next winter i
uniavorauie to tne noiuers or traae i
t . . i t ,i iv.i .i..
n is assci-Leu in ij'.uiii(?u inai ine ; ie
French (Government indirectly give ancJ
Olivier Pain large sums of monev Thev
Done to orilcr in flrst-class
In orldition to the above wc wouM respect telly
infunvi tbc fi'.rmcr.-i of the surrounding
country thui. we now carry u. full
J. I. sse uml Kando'pli
Tine CcIdJiratffrt Empire Mov-ans.
Oregon, i .
TWIST, KAVIE3, 'GRANULATED AND FINECUT
Gigars, Motions,1 Cutlery,,
PERFUMERY, PORTE M0NNAIES.
TATIIEB AIB SCHOOL BOOKS.
FAXCY GOODS, 'JEWELRY.
Fall term will hetfn Tu et-hy. Soptemhor 1st,
MnT , , i uglier TJit u iii ..u.li.wusl
rs. iilon.son barely j to take :i i
r to nrevaro for T-j-it hini.-. for
intormation of the findin' of 1 c'1ll-'-?e- Ar.n.;c oo-iniitvr foci; itic at 1
1 11 i- . 0 , ; rit"- Send l..r Cata!wi.- th i'ri:si.!!
dead bodies of ilar.iel Cnui ch a. j. a:-;1);:h.-; on", Vu.
.1 , 1 iii .1 . 'in inn iiiciiu p 01 uif icuiiufiii to tnein
J:infl VL'linii ovorvKmii.' l-m,ud tl, nl 1 Lllt"1'
' I A iw-irii u Inn a ae ir nt.v Kiimp nt
v.ife last 2londay niornint;.
had both been murdered.
and instructed l.iai to encourage the j jr. Church had beon shot through
ilaluli witb promises of eventual) the back with a ride, and his wh'e
assistance from France. Rochefort j had been killed with ax. 2So
the noise he is . clue to the murderers.
I Three car loads of chrome ore
Mr. Dickerson, late Superintend-: have been shipped by G. V. Riddle
ent of the Pension Building, at j to Portland, and from there it will
Washington denies mos,t emphati-! probably be shipped to England
ca'ily that there is any foundation , for reduction process. It was
for the charges made against him. i taken out of the hill near the mines
He says that the troubie is that the close to the town of Kiddle,
new officials do not know where to ! The yield of gold in Jackson
find the materials, and that he will, : count v pxeaptla SI 00.000 annnallv.
called upon, point them out : I-s value is greater then the pro6u
of either agriculture or manutactur-
L. H. POWELL.
W.-.lla Wal'.a, V . T.
French and American Candies,
Olieapei? tiieiH Ever
Partis T.-ho rontpmpte buiHjn no m.iTTcr !
hnv; sf:ali vr ial'e t-'iu eJir.cc- .v;;i r.rnult r..:cir
interf j-l. by cnsaitm us t s-t--:fit-a- j
tions and prices. ALL WoKK Ul'AUAXtEEt). j
Powell & Erwin. i
. rsa psi cr
1 i,s jw
KUTT08 AIIO PORK
Our meats are always fresh and ood
AU on'.ers tilled with promptness.
Silt i-sfUcticn Q u a ri 1 1 1 c e ( i .
i.n l j.....ii. i inn in tlft sr.niR rnnntr. Arifliri
the most aUttnnislie.l Generals of v"' uieftuig neiu oy tneortn-; ; " - --- -
!. ... . ... , . prn Mf-tl.ndist ,.-.ilorp,i 1 f'Smv-b i increase as soon as our fining
Pincv Hill, Itutherford count r," ! resources are reasonably developed. .
within, the last tive years it 1ms
aSMii ana agsin (leprecatea the ap- !the Union army are not entitled to
peiil to sectional hatred, while it , i,rrv- -,,t. vnT,mnL i:n
cannot even claim that in the mean- t ,i !
tun i th rauM has increased. P.ut j tul ul,jnr.CPn, Va!s, and not brevet- i
mutaku the good sense of the . u.d wiJh lli;,,K.r ralkf ceaspJ t(J be .
HiUMof the kopuWican pnrty, if generals when thev were mustered i
they will nustsin such cowaidly and ut( thoujh tbe title t f general is ;
Mm etlorts to gain political ascend-1 eiven thom )V co,.v. .hiie (;en. ;
Bnpv l "... -
! ll:inl;, who was musterei! out
notice lor s
t r i.is fill
as attacked bv an armed j Marshrie d Mail: The forest tires
eolonil and brevetted a biigadier-
general, has the undoubted right to
; sin liimscir as sucn on a r.otet rer
Two- ladies belonging to families
of rnnk in Mezzevo, in Epirus,
Thk cattle are beinc moved out
of Indian Terriiory by thousand.
im oA(if.Lria nicy win nu no mi ; ister or to place Lis ranK on Ins i European lurkev, were some time
the reervation within P0 davs. I card. From motives cf goed taste ago abducted by brigands from the
Thn interior drnnrtmnt: 8U a ri-llt ,s rareiy exercised. All ' f.irus mountains. The abductors
mis niav a surprise to people uemsiiueu
w ith orthodox notions of republican ' the return pf eaeii or either captive.
simplicity, but, considering the tact The families of the women have
that these 'it lo.s are due to merit, or ; just paid to the agents of tha bri-
supposed to be, and are not trans
missible, there doees not appear to
We anything iu them particularly
body cf Zion Methodists, also col-! about Pert Orford have been hot
ored, and fired into. The Northern of late and the destruction of the
Methodists fled in disorder, seven of , town was seriously threatened at
them being wounded. The invaders ' one time a tews day ago. It was
then collected the effects of the ; with great difficulty that Joe Nuv's
routed party, pile 1 them up and
made 1 bontire of ti.em.
tr.-it (.r -of vill n
X'''nry Hnbii", at
Oc;ober rd, vi
Au.".i5 U, 1?5. i
iven t:-.:U tiiL- ioilov. inr-
no::ee of hr i:.-7.t;'j;i to j
sup-.K-rt of hor c.;i;.-i;. ar:d
!V.;-.k- n-:f3re J. II. Ka.t-y.a 1
I'-iitdicl 'Ti, Oregon, on !
mill was saved, it having taken lire
two or three times.
A party of capitalists from
Sacramento propose to build a large
di'.ch for mining and agricultural 1
1. S- -'o. for the nortMvf-st
s -ction i, tu'.v:;.hip 5 north, ran.-u ':
j-hp r.omes the to!'.ow-ni- v
contir.nous resilience ui-on
T. Wxcnn. of Walla V. alla. W. T.: Harvey E
Vo-:n.-, v. p. sturgis and iik-hanl lh.frt.-oce, of
. s. o. swack!!a:.:;:r,
CO jhr l;tfe-:rtr.
JUST RECEIVED BY
A FILL LINE OF
1 ' east, V.
tn!:sc to prove fcr
ani cultivation oi,
W at c h rn a k e r I J e w
I'oct Oflice JJuildiug,
j rioclcg and watches cleaned find re
i paired in a skifnl manner at rcas-ona'de
t fti era
11 M Fi 'J tj i. H IT
purposes from Sucker creek, abou
the order for removal ot nil fences
en public lands will be enforced.
Cattlemen, referring to Butler's re
ported application for mi injunction,
ar it must refer to this ortier and
not ti that concerning the I. T.
cattle. Tho cattle men are said to
be using every means to evacuate
4be reservation in compliance with
tie presidential proclamation.
ands the S40.000 demanded, and
the ladies have been safelv restored
to their homes. They say they
were wed and honoral.lv treated cv
teriousiy, it would seem that un-' tl-.eir captors, and made as cemforta-1 of the
der no form of government is the ble during their stay in Epirus as ; throvir
conferring ef dbt.ir.ct ion for merito-'
rious services so appropriate as on-;
tiiteen miles leng, to a point above ;
a ransom ot tU,U'jU tor ' "o "
east or mat place and down near
M. Bour's to the Illinois river.
On Sunday last, while Mr. J. F.
Parker, of Evar.s creek, Josephine
countv, was out riding with Lis vife
and little daughter, his horse became ;
frightened and r?n awav, the wheels
bsggy striking a log and ;
the occupants cut, instant-
saw Tiinner ior mm
Good location, per.t;
-i water t ran tne jo'r
to Wa!i2, Ii'.lon ar.-.i
tv 7tf5TH YEAR
H ff.TCSSai I Mil
cf the robbers Iv killing th little girl, and severe-
It in-'urir.g Mr. acd Mrs. barker.
Pricej S2 per M,
Ce.1I rn or sAdrbss
A. W. WALLER,
o.iiT in-,:3tratt-(l Mr..izine levrtf-d to the
! Tfi.-.men cf iiie Great Wt. Contalt a
; vaf a-nrnnt of ecnTal information :-nil fpe.
' -is! srtirl' - on salver's' f Intert to all. Atily
' conr!irfpl ! intrl' illtiRtntcrt J
i O.iIt a veir. I sanir.t-!, PsbiiSiicr, "o. 153
SPR1NC AHD SUMMMER SUITS
FOR it! EE! AND , BOYS
Ladies' Wear in Endless Variety.
Canned Goods and Groceries.
EncMngiani & Hecht's Epots and Slioes
-Sk. SPECT A li"?.
353"0Bi12ia l3?u2!S We iH not he undersold