Z'L LEADcri. Each daUUmyd Usvto Ever? Fsiday Mobsisu, iw ftp- humi WESTON, UMATILLA COUNTY OK. Eack aeJOlUoMl lttM..... .. V LecalSsUeea. Mlte.,1!,,. ' Hatxcrlpllaa Bates I VOL 52. WESTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 2, 1885. 0 1 Year, (in advance) . Six Months ThrtM Month. 8 nle Copiua 92 on 1 s 7S ...Ui Cut ; P 11 1 V I NO, 421 WKMTUK I.OUSE UIKi:tTHV. o. o. even- few'M' tnV. P.r'.thcrs in vA (tending rnyvxuy inviU:- to vl-AU T. H. MITCH KM,, O. O. P. M'COLL, Bsc. .jf Moi:t on i DfJK. N'. 03, A. F. A. M. thti gwmd and fourth Sutur- eacli month. L. 8. WOW). W. M. WFSTON LOllC'.B. NO.71, A. ). U. w. Mec'i evnry 1 icsil-iy evsimi-' Sh ? at SJiHntj'n hall. YisithiK brothers f invited to attend. r. si. r al i, i ,-itae. H. B. SF.LSOS, M. W. ft PI 117 WiU'VTUVf.ftHflP v.- . -Aai! i r. I I J". T If..., m-r.r lii-.- Satur)Uv cvmiin-r at M-FVn IcV Flail. J. E. LF.AS1, W. 0. T. M. WHITE, Secretary. ClerviH Vnamm OTftjFoiiv DftLPH I.Oi'fli: NO. Hi). A. F. Si A. M. .Meets on Mm first and tliird SUtir- tlay of oach !uoi.t;i -it 7ocm ic i. hi. T. J. Kliili, V.'. M. W. T. COOK, Secretary WILD lloltSU LOTMSi: 53, I. o. O. F. Mocii even' t-'ri'lay ,venin. ' T. J. Kllili, N. G. .1. P. MILL! I., Scs. MUlun Lodge Directory. yiA. mii.tom Lonan :o. 01, i. . o. r TAi ji Mctn every Siturilar evening at V'ft'i.tf O ld FvlivaV Mall, Milt in, Or. 5. P.. il'rillKY. S. I. W. UKUH7. N. Q. KVrBitPlllSB IlDCSE N"-. 431, 1. O. G. T.. of Milton, uwcts ei'urv Sun.iay afternoon at 4 o'clock. J. N. S'AMUEL, Sac. puohwshInaL cards.. Sl'SPECTE. J. T. ARMSTHOXG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ADAMS - onr.O.V i-7 -Office In TIMES Bu ldinu.-el ATTORNEY AT LAW, r ciiil'.ef un, - - - Oregon. mm, Absolutely Pure.' This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, trenfrth and wholesome ncS3. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in com- petition vith the xnultitudo of low teat, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only 15 cans. Koyai. 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Every number illustrated with rpiomlid cmjrravinca. Tina puHication. furnishes a most valuable pneyclnppdia of in formation which no rrson should b without. The popularity of tlie fei'iENTirio American id such that its cir culation nenny equals that of all vther papers of ts c'aasoombined. Price, $3.S0ayear. Discount toC ubfl. gold by all newsdcalero, Publwhers, Ko. 361 Broadway, 11. Y. Slunn ft Co. nave also had Thlrfva Seven Years' practice before the Patent Office, and have prepared more than One Hundred Thous and applications tor patents in ldq United Status and foreign countries. We dwell together, yoa and I, The same, in outward aeerainjr, As v.hcn we first in yettrs gone by Saw Uy nen's torches gleaminry. No open jir, no pafsiu strife Disturbs our level courses; But yet we futl the springs of life Are poisoned at their sources. The courteous smile, the pleasant speech, When others gather nar us; Th; lengthening silence, each with eaoh, When; noni are by to hear us; The furtive watch and covert sneer, ."rharp yU in earnest spoken All thjse hiiV iiica::ini: full and clear, Thuuh poace may sucm unbroken. Our idols lie amid 'he uust. vLij tiiouaand fr.iymeiita shattered. tiid faith and U.et, truth and trust, F jr evermore :i-e sscattyrcd. So day by d:y, uriher.rd, unseen. Still grows tliu banicr stronger; A so:uhre s!:a-Jow sweeps between. And love is ours no longer. "The little rift within the iutu" Will mar the song's completeness; "The little &p&'k within the fruit" Will kill it bloom and sweetness. In skies that seem to others bright We hear the muttering thunder. The hidden doubt shall leap to light And part our lives asunder. T32 btuES Ai 'fU l..S3:i:N. There were watchers by the bedside, And fciU. cj in tho room; Ther? was morning light- and shadow, From a night of troubled gloom; There were hearts akin to breaking; There were 3ouls, bowed down with grief; There wra tirhikiugs tlrep from sorrow's cup In moments all too brief. There were fttrcwulls sad and tender, In whispers soft and low; There were waitings for the Messengsr Of measured st-;ps and slow; There were earthly warfares ending, There was ecastj from worldly stnfe; There were mortals made immortal, There was death and endless life. There were watchers by the bedside, Whose forms we might not see; There were spirit voices chanting In sweetest melody, There was Morning light unbreaking Into Everlasting Day, When the watchers and our dear ones Went up the heavenly way. LKAOSCU HASH, Assignments, and all othfr papers for Mooring to inventors tumr rijrnts in tno United States, Canada, England, Franco, Germany and other foreign countries, pre pared a short notice and on reasonable terras. f . natnnrirairiiliif nntfintM CflnAr. follv firivoa without charge. ITand-books oC i t .i i - D.lnni a nhtainrl thronch iiunn 4 Co. are noticed in the Scientific Amoricnn free. The advantsK of nw-h notice is wel 1 u ndcrKtood by all persons who wiii to disposo ALKKIt & BUCEV, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW rEKOLETO.V, OKEi. iRcnl Kstate and Public Iind Mattel a specialty. Uollwiioii'i promptlv attended to. Otlice over the Kirnt National lUnli, Court St. 512 rO, V. KNOX, Attorney sit Law, V!!I i'-.:fv in tlie Co-.irf5 of thil State and Va- ,1 tiiun Tt'rrit'ry. S;H--ial jvtti'titto'.i puid Co Land Otlice tinstine.s ami Collection:. fllci-n;i!n St.. Wi'Hfiio. Or. T.F'id; L. L. Mf.Vrt'.pir will he aawiate.l it!i me in all my cuaujui tile Circuit or Supreme Court. D U. II. J. WILLIAMS "Let . go into the house of the Lord,"' l'SALMS 122: 1. Divine service at the First Baptist Church Wcst'tn, irrjioii, mi tlie First and Third Sundays in each month, illuming and i-vrnin,. Sunday scliodl at :', p. iii. evi rv Sunday. I'mysr .Meeting every Timtwhiy at 7 p. m. All arc cor dially inviied !n atlenl th''sn services. V. II. P::i:ett, Tustor. fiidT5t,9pll IlH'iqo Uuiiuoi Vilio iIuLi:oji A FBE.IFT. "The house is sold," cried Minnie Morrison, excitedly, bursting in, like a thunderbolt of woe, upon hsr pale, fair mother's anxious musing. - "That hate ful old Mr. Grimf orm bid against us nol ody e!e would have beefl cruel and the house is his." Mrs. Morrison never answered a word. This sudden blow, striking at, and utterly destroying a cherished hope, was too much for her. . She pazed for a nisment into her daughter' flushed, in dignant face, and theu dropped her head uuen two tremulous wh't' Viands, with' a low cry of misery. In an instant Minnie was on her knees before her, suothmg, expostulat ing, caressing and comforting, all in a breath. "After all, a bouse is but a house, mamma darling; it isn't as if we had lost each other, you and I; and theugh you are o much attached to this one, and it would have been very pleasant indeed to have it for our owa, we will get just as fond of another home in time, you know. I'lease don't fret tor it, for my snUe." The mother looked up sorrowfully. She drew the fiirl'3 fair head close to her breast and kissed her sweet lips tenderlj'. "It is for yeur sake that I grie-ye, my dearest; I should care but little it only my own interests were at stake. But we are known in this place and can make a living. The few hundreds which your poor father left, and which I have kept for you, would have been well invested in the purchase f this house, which would then have been ourg beyond all risk. And this is such an out-of-the-way place, and no neighbor would have bid against us; it is the most cruel disappointment that this rich man to whom our peer house can be nothing should have taken it out ot our hands. I .vender I wonder did he know?" The last words were spoken as if to herself, but Minnie answered them ln- 0.W.T1TSWOR7H - Pliysiclun au4 Sarjicon, AIUMS, - - - Oi.EUON'. Omen In Ruese it Co.'s Drug store C3i.A!l calU promptly attended fn. J-yi. W. T.VIU.lAMS'.-iNi Physician and Surgeon. Obstetrics and diaea?a ol women (irricx Ovia Si-unjikku's. special tv. Wt1T'N Or.KG'Ti.- Ti.U ik-- : Th! -.1 eci:i::i-, rotvpti .hi h-it. l ha fust bocn i- ! tile re nl! SaaUy Furnished A Little or Everything. Some months ago the people of Pen dleton were said to be opposed to the Indians' agreeing to the terms of the Slater bill. It is now rumored that this apposition has been withdrawn with the 'inderstanding that the Indians select their laud3 ic severalty from the eastern part of the reservation, leaving the land near I'cadictou tor white settlement. It is when evil doing is mn,ue some what respectable by custom that it is most insidious in its encroaches upon good morality, and is the most difficult to combat. A great advance is always made when wrongdoing is made disrep utable, when the powerful police of public opinion drives it out of sioht. It is cause for congratulation when it is ohlitred to scree: itself from publicity, to skulk in back room?, and sneak in at side doors and rear alleys, when it is made to feel that it is disreputable. Some people pretend to hold a hypo crite in holy honor. They pretend further that they have more respect for the man who is bad "open and above hoard" than for a hypocrite. Perhaps they toryet that a man is responsible tor his appearance and his inilueuce up on others as well as for his overt acts. The man who does wrong and is so shamed of it as to try and hide it from ihr- public faze, is not as bad a man for sociuy as the one who does the same wrong and spealy glories in his shame. .-.-ill rr uV, fm -dt-'.i. ii ici cl .-r.i'.h.d ivhh the E ,1 11. IJAUKKK, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Eri::t villi:. oinxiur.. Olfiee at Cook & Irene's I'ng Store. " effort r:a''j!. will !. I) l-v. S. C.Cll.VFT, I l Sarn.Die i iti;sts com-. Room 7WI Ci'MMKUCIM. Til", 5 Vii!ervii3e. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ! 1" Adam, Oreson. ,il-j!.i-MA. BROS., EKAi.?.? in Office at his rei'lcnr -n Main and Ca'.vin Cil'. promptly rej nd-ii t day or nilit. a F.O. W. KINU, M. 1)., Physician and Surgeon, 0;'uce over Steiaaker's store, WESTON . - - OUEUOX. (.'.tlis'pr.iiiipily answered day or night. Stoves and Hardware Ai:uns, Oregon. Some people are sill ine that it is a mark of superiority to sneer at the pleasures and pastimes of small towns, and to intimate iu a super cilious kiud of a way that their esthet ic souli! are piuii-g avav fur want of ' ' more relincd and intellectual sustea- ance. It a small town is dull an! unin j taresting, it is simply because its people are dull and uninteresting, and of all toe on!!, disagreeable and uninteresting people in a place, those who fold their lazy hands and whine about the lack ot culture and appropriate mental recrea tion, are the dullest and most uninter esting. They maUe those with whom they come iu contact so "tired" as to los all euerirv. stantly. " ti, he did know, the old hard heart. Harry Miller" she blushed charmingly as she spoke the same "Harry Miller is his clerk and made so bold as to tell him all about it. And he said Mrs. Morrison could continue his tenant if she chose, though he should raise the rent. Ugh! how I hate him!" I Ins was what 1 teared, slie said. "God knows how hard it is to pay the rent even now; any increase of our ex penses must needs encroach on eur little capital, or break down my health by additional toil. Oh, if he knew how bitterly I am punished, would he not spare';" And she arose and went sadly from tneroom. Minnie did not follow her. She was pondering in mute bewilderment her mother's words: "Oh, if he knew how bitterly I am punished, would he not spare?" "Punished for what? Why should he know? Why should he spare? There's some mystery here something that mamma keeps even from me. She said that in her distress aud then went away for fear I should notice it and question her. 15ut I won't; I'll find it out with out that, and see if I can't help her. Let me see. Who can I question! Mr. Griniform himself, lie must kuow what the mystery is; I'll ask him." With Minnie to resolve was to do. Without giving her mother a hint of her daring intention, she Dut on her ejough to imag-1 butuiet an(l slirmed ouietlv "out of doors t visit the obnoxious Mr. Grimform. She had never yet seea this gentle man, who had indeed but lately come Minnie blushed crimson. Harry spoke up bravely, ' Miss Minnie and I are engaged, sir." Ah, indeed! The task I have set you thouU be a labor of love, then. Set about it at once. Do vou love hin; trur ly, Minnie?" he questioned, when Harry had left the room. . "Indeed I do," she answered honestly. "And if some older, wealthier lover tempted you with gold, do you think you could be true to love?" "Love is far better than gold, I think,' she answered simply. J. . - "So thought not your mother when :he was betrothed to me," he muttered bitterly as he turned away. Then aloud: "Well, child, I wish you all tke happiness that a constant love de serves. ATo such as it too often receives, little Minnie. I have been constant to one love all my lite, and the wages of my fidelity have been loneliness and paia. Ah, here comes Harry. Give this paper to your mother from me, and say to her, 'the past is past!'" "The past is past, indeed," said Mrs. Morrison, a few hours later as she stood in her lover's presence again for the first time in twenty years. "But sutler the present to explain it, Horace, suffer tho future to atone. My father was oa the verge of ruin, could L deny him when he appealed to me? You were poor, absent; bankruptcy, disgrace, perhaps a prison, threatened the father I so loved. Yet I wrote to you explaining my cruel pasition, aud imploring you to forgive the falsehood to which I was compelled " ' "I never received one line," he cried, approaching her far the first time and taking her trembling hands. "Kot ene!" "I know that well," she sighed, "al though I never learnt it till long alter ward. . I waited vainly for your reply, and concluded, with a broken heart, that you refused rae even your for giveness. It was not until my father died two years ago that I knew he had suppressed my letter." She put her hand upon his lips as she spoke.saying softly : "Pardon him." He caught that still beautiful hand and kissed it again and again. "Oh, how I have mourned for yen, my lost love, my false love, as I be lieved. How I have cursed your infi delity. But I never wished you harm or did you wrong, dear; my love was so did I, and before midnight we were both solid, with all the other doctors and lawyers in town hanging around with nothing to do. 'Along about 2 o'clock in the morn ing we both got to our room and re. ported progress. lie had dressed the man's wounds and was to call a jam in the morning, and I had seen the prison er, had a long interview with him and his friends, planned out a very brilliant line of defense, and ' spent three bit treating the deputy sheriffs.' The Doc reported that the wounded, man seemed to have money , wd i reported that the prnron'er'anA his crovviT hud agreed that if I got him clear I waa to hare $250. We went to bed confident that we had made a good beginning The next morning the Doc was up some time be fore me, because he was a little anxious about his patient, and, as he was leav ing the room, he said: "I'll be back after a little. Wait half an hour or so, and I will ga to breakfast with you." "I got up after a while, and, as he had not returned, I sat down and began mapping out on paper the case of my client. 1 had just got well into the business when I looked up, and there stood the Doe. "The man's gone!" he gasped, look ing vacantly around. "Gone where?" says I. "Don't kow," he said. "Some of the boys say he's dead and buried, and ethers say he's gone to Dead wood. I couldn't find any trace of him or the gang. 1 saw your client, though. "Where 'bouts?" says I. "Down hetfc, hanging to an awning.'1 "Jerusalem!" says I, aud I grabbed my hat and walked down the street. Sure enough, there was my man hang ing dead to an awning. I felt of his pulse and of his pockets, but didn't get auytbiag. Kyerybedy had disappeared from the town for the time being, and I went back to our rooms. We talked the matter over long and earnestly, and after we had looked at the thing in all its bearings we cane to the conclusion that young men had no chance in that town, and left." is now arriving, and we are prepared to offer - Goods Cheaper thafa:ip Yr! We have the largest and best stock ot C3LOTHOTG- itfUmati Eyei brought 1 OUtt STOCK 01? raatilla CetWitJi loots and Shoes TJHATILLA COE.tTY. too rue a, love . fjpr that. I never dreampt that it was yoii whom I was depriving of the house until your little girl came here: God bless her for it! I will see that her love, at least, shall be happier thau rny own. Could you think that I would wish to injure you, to punish you, when yen were suffering and gad? Ah, Emily, how much you wrong me!" She placed the deed of gift in his hand. "Icannettake it, Horace, indeed I cannst, unless you will let me pay tor it, as I should have done at the sale. I have fifteen hundred dolkrs " He shook his head. "Not enough not near enough. Take it as a free gift, my life-long love, or pay me a higher price for it." She was looking into his eyes, but she drew back suddenly, a blush and a smile together swept over her face. "What price?" &he said. "Yourself," he answered eagerly, aud caught her to his breast. She lay there happily. "But I will not pay your price," she whispered presently. "I will take the house as a free gift, and pay you noth nig at all. There shall be no buying and selling between you and me. All that I have, all that I am, is yours! heart, my life, myself all yours for either for size or quality, is not equalled East of the Mountain,. bought or cash and will be sold CHEAP-. to the place, but so confirmed was her i lve 3 sake, dearest, a free gift foiever!! prejudice against him, and her convie- Kecr, r.'wiys in st ck a se'ert a.-ort,i'cnt of Ct'T l LitV ol t'.ie l,c?r bra;i'-i., nud a full line of Weot! and "iTiilow Ware. J. J. McDonald, Physican and Surgeon. OFl'U'E-Ovcr the Drug Store, Is land City, i rogou. iSWll calls prompt I.V aten.led to. H. COOK. E. PEOPLKS. COOK & PEOPLES, Wagon & Carriage Makers, Adams reeen. All kinds of Carnen!sri:iR and Wnod Work done o order at reasonable rates. TO KEE, Sail. B !t.. Sr their line t:i:v w-j, I x.t-6 and pv?rvrn:ns; in fully a 'i.U-' i and Fair Tratirioiat toiannitrcd ! Those desiring fiao, oenfr.i Lots or bft.au! :l'.it!y sittutei ic;ia'.-nct, Sites m the t;iriiiigntiv w can be accommodated by i-allinj at the office of the Adams Peal Estate Association, 5 ADAMS, OREGON The Errmtsf Gctt'E Is issued Marcb V.'asiiiiig aad Ironing, Anams - - . Oregon. The finest Laundrv Work done on the shortest noth-e and in a style tjr.!-.ue titeniost fastidious. Notwithstanding the great number of public and private schools and the at tention that is supposed to be paid to all c iiicational subjects, it is a matter of astonishaient that we have so tew good readers. Even anions those whose bus iness necessitates much reading aloud, clergymen and lawyers for instance, good readers are very rare. To read well the pronunciation mast be perfect, the enunciation clear and the articula tion distinct. The two latter are apt to be neglected until it is too late to reme- orated Biisiness i dy the defect without great difficulty. That reading which clearly conveys to the listener the meaning of the author, that has no peculiarities to divert the attention from the subject matter, must be pronounced good. Such plain read ing precludes much of what may be termed "style" which is io frequently affected, to the detriment cf conveying the sons intended. Reading should be as natural as possible. In view of tiou ef his outward as well as internal hideousness, that when her lever as sured her that his employer was rather handsome than otherwise, she consid ered the statement a mero satirical re mark. "Of course he's as ugly as hateful," she aisured herself. So, when she canie into his presence at last, she was rather taken by sur prise. Iron-gray hair and a steru ex pression made him, perhaps, somewhat formidable, but iu the still handsome features and commanding figure there was nothing that fulfilled the of his name. She was a little embarrassed, when he civilly inquired her business, as to how she should besrin, but determined very quickly to explain te him the plain facts of the case, which she accordingly did, ending with the question: Did you ever know my mother? And, if so, how has she ever wronged you, that you should hate her so?" promise A Lawyer and Doctor as Partners. An old lawyer and a youag doctor, the former with a very red nose and the latter with only a suspicion of a moustache, had been hunting-together for about two years through eastern miniug town3, and had been unable to fir-J a place where the chances of sue cess seemed good. The lawyer called the younn man Doc. and Doc called the old man Judge. Among their ex periences they relate the following: "The first towu we struck," the Judge j said, "was Lead City, up in the Black Hills, aud as there were only three er four lawyers aad doctors there we thought we had hit it right the first time. We got a couple of rooms and fitted up one for sleeping and the other for an office, while we took our meals in a saloon beneath us, A week after we had located and got oar signs out we sat ene evening talking matters over aud wondering if we hadn't made a mistake after all, when our cenveisa- Iler ewn nervousness had nrevrnterl her taking note of his, but now, as she tio" WaS 1BterruPted by tw Ptl shots, raised her eyes to hjs face, she saw that tllat "Dded almnst f they were it was very pale, and he was trembling violently. "What is it?" she cried, rising im- inohc oi'.j." 1 f orJ:n'.;r4:. i the pUasure aud instruction to be de- QUUIS WHEELER, T0NS0R1AL ARTIST, Adam i:.' jlM-'-i i':..it , Orrgea. i''-.:iir nr. I a Is ;:-r. inches, with over 3,300 illustrations a r hole picture gallery. Gives wholesale prices atrcc! to consumer! oa alt goods for personal or rirW0. family osa. Tells tow to ffiiigik order, and gives exact fgf S4 cost of ev- erytkingyou m use, drink, cat, wear, or W have fua with. These tSS invaluable contain infoncation gleaned from P , VT ' ., " C the markets of th world. WeuS feater ""-'VJ80? thM eDJT copy Free to anv.Hd . Xl Ration ot the family circle of the postage 8 cents. Let us hear t:ul'v. rived from reading aloud, it is to be re- I grettcd that greater attention is not paid to this important branch of study, or at least that better results are not reached. The benefits to be reaped i from reading sload are not confined to public places. Few accomplishments ment anil edi- during the pnlsively. "What have I said to wound you? What have I done?" He metioned her to resume her seat. "You have done well, mj child. I had no idea who your mother was, though she has fancied differently. I do not hate her, would net injure her and once I loved her well." Minnie sprung up once more. "Yon loved my mother? You!" urea in our own room, mere was a ! great hubbub, and as we rushed down stairs there was a cry of: "A doctor! a doctor! Call a doctor!" "Here's one," I said, elbowing my way through the crowd and making room for the Doc; "here's one right here." . "The Doc and I saw at a glance what the trouble was. One man had shot another in the saloon. The wounded j man lay on the ground and two or three ! men were holding his assailant. I per- Even I.'" He called his clerk from ! ceived at once that here waa a case for both of us. ON7d0rv1EhTV WARD & CO wir'cr prpinms than .i l.y i r,e !; is v.'. ' nod sr thp reading or ;.-ri- fj MO another room. "Harrv, draw up a deed of riffc of the hr,iis.i. T bandit th: ! pitch in and save the man if n a--- - . pioruing. Draw it up in favor of Mrs. Morrison. Be quick, this young lady and yonrpif "an v.-:t:ie?s my finature. I ti.mk." with 2 qv.ijk glattue uf ititslSi SCiice, "that yo'X lv hire -:;: before?'' Borrowed froni Exchanges. It is expected that the pow-wow will be held on the 22d ot October. There are thirteen divorce cases on the docket for November term. IMeunla saloon keeper at Pilot Rock, was arrested the other day for keeping open on Sunday aud fined $10 and costs. Down about Echo the farmers are compelled to quit hauling wheat, on ac count of the roads being so badly cut up and dusty, ' Two Chinamen, arrested for killing fish in the river below Pendleton, with giant powder, were brought before Jus tice Logan Thursday aud fined 20 each and costs. H. L. Frazer, a leading farme of Weston precinct, left a few days ago on a visit to his old home in Rayville, Ray county, Missouri, He ' will remain away several nion'hs. The M. E. church at Miltoa, through efforts of the pastor, Rev. W. T. Koontz has been thoroughly overhauled and re painted. The church yard has been en closed by a handsome fence. The business men of Adams have no reason to grow green with envy, and they never will with moss. Business is going forward in every branch. No long faces, no grumbling and no lag ging here. Adams is a city of about three hun dred souls, and gives a turn-out ef over a hundred for every church service. This we think excels any show of mor ality in towns much larger and more "portentious." ! The hay -crop on the Hudson Bay will agSreSate something ever 1,000 tons, put up as follows. Geo. Young, 350 ton3; W. S.Goodman, 250; R. A; Rice, 100; P. Hoon, 150; M. Croombs', 100; Wm. Sturgiss, SO; and W. and J. iloon, 70. Dr. Craft returned Wednesday frem his ranch near Echo, where he has been for a week attending to threshing. His giain grown en sod yielded fifteen bush els per acre. The conn try ia that vi cinity is new, but gives promise of yielding abundant crops when in culti vation. : S. M. Penington sold his ranch of 160 acres, nine miles west of Echo, to Jesse Moore, the other day, receiving therefor 2,000. This is a splendid r j i i , . iarm ana was sola cheap. There was raised thi3 fear on this place, on it piece of eight acres, 42i tons of timothy. The following prisoners are now con fined in the County Jail: John Riley, larceny from the person; John Atkin, assault with intent to commit rape Brady Huffman, horse and cattle steal ing; P. G. Strickland, assault with in tent to kill, assault with a dangerous weapon, and kidnapping; Dr. Itoeder, serving a three month's sentence for lar ceny; Charles Johnson, hone stealing. John Gulliford, who waa in town the other day, ray? that the bears in the mountains, where he has his sheep, are very troublesenie this year, and can only account for it because of there be ing ne huckleberries. A few days ago one of these animals made a charge upon his band of theep in mid-day and within sijlit of the herder, and com rcenced knocking them right and left, i killing one. The herder's dog 'gave OUR HAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT is complete with the latest and best styles. Our- ' . are the very best,, embracing the Tftteat style Our stock of GROCERIES ia complete and will ba Mid at bettor prie " A MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT i connected with our store, where an experienced ma.a will takyru measure and guarantee a good fitting suit of doth. -r . In order to give our customers all aarantages, our XXrv IC. Dusenbery, of San Francisco, has instructed us f al low 10 E3T UN THE DOLLAR for all ash purchaser of Dry ;oods. Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes., Tbisa r rangement will continue until the 31st of December. ALL GOODS MARKED IX Li&ft FIGURES, aud er than any house in Eastern Oregon. rT DON'T FAIL TO CALL. AT THE OLD RELIABLE 0VSB O? senbery?i ADAMS MEAT MARKET i.. PROEBSTEL, mm CALVERT, Proprietor. Here is where yon can get your money's worth iu Beef, Pork, Mutton, and everything in the line of meats that the country produces. Flo Highest market price paid for fat cattle. MAIN ST. - ADAMS. IS. k. GARDEN would respectfully inform the public that she nas jug. opened out a Complete fetocK 01 pring and Summer Millinery i.T Mrs. Ashlij-'B old stand on Water St. TRIMMED AMD UHTRIMMED HATS WESTON tiring ill Proebstel Bros, VrvptUfjw MANlJFAOriJRKRB ff F1RSTCLA3S FLOUffi And fceep constantly CB d,b4 ,j kfej, of mill feed RRAjr, SHORTS, CROP EABLiy BTotiee to the Public, AH Featlers, Trimmings, Flowers, Ornaments and all he latest Novelties, My Stock is all new and freh, and the ladles of Weston and vicinity are respectfully invited to call and exarnine it. MRS. A. CARDEN. DergOnS lrnnvln. I , debted either by EokTJT are hereby requested lofaSSl and make immediate payment Apnrii"gst"l8SBte r't b 1 bj J ,A5e Blso wn to aire Bo4i, .... esior. steam Flonr Mill I for rent Prefcfl Br. H. O- MARSHALL, I prepared tp do R7 ad aU klt,d. ef work in hi. line, P,, Satlgfactlea (CemraatgoeL T E. KIKKLAXnl WANTED! 50O.0QO BUSHELS -OF 000D r for which the highest market price will be paia . Also, same amount of !ao I whispered to the I'oc he could, and I wonld see to the legal de fence of the guilty party. Ob, you j Cnase and treed brnin. when the herder I'm older'n he is, aud I thiuk -H j killed it with his revolver. Four Ltars, j and very Tbei v.irio'is ar.eels cf a ease cof::e a ; rwrt r.f 1, r-iry!! Kv nr.n -:,i;.l ' tf.ven. an elderly irscn quiofcer than t'aey te ; near the c&tr.p witUia '-he n.at two' 'ftf 3TC3f 3ESV VJ a younger fuw. He pisched in and . weks j Yj'alUt Walla - . W, T. Parties having barley can have sacks furnished by me. I receive at aisy jhip- (jmg yjiui., cuiici nu river or raairoaa. ADVANgES MADE ON WHEAT, reasonable ratas of storage Notary Public! MILTOH, PRBflOeJ Land parineas of all klmioi . e.-ttended io with pnZf? Cote'ng Aeunts a Speeiatty, puceeOT to, HfflXf ' P'ARBRR AK& T-- Work done a the LUcst aai Best Sj le.