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hEPPNEB, THURSDAY, NOV. 29,
The election of president by popular
Tote is adrooated to some extent. The
ystem of,'eleotion by electors is the only
out by which the president and Tioe
president were ever elected in the
United States, exoept in the elections ot
Tbomaa Jefferson in 1801, and John
Qaiucy Adams in 1825, when the eleo
tors failed to ninke a cboioe and it fell
to the house of representatives to da so.
The original article of the constitution
on the electiou of president and Tics
president was amended in J 804, but the
priuoiple set forth in the constitution
regarding these elections, ndoptod on
July 20, 1788, remain the same. Each
state is allowed os mauy oloctors as it
has representatives and senators in oon
gress. The former are chosen directly
by the people and as every state has two
at large, it renders it an equitable thing,
whether they aro chosen tlireoMy or oth
erwise, so far as their representation in
the eleotoral college is concerned. X i.w,
if these representatives from the sev
eral Btates Represent the people, the
1 ime number of eleotors are evidently
exejnting their wish in the (election of
a person to preside over the exooutivo
department of our government. If this
system of election is unfair, it is an ad
mission of an unjust representation in
the house. . Furthermore, an election by
nlar Tote could n-'t be had with the
aintffl fraud ns the pruo-
A eoEEEapoNDENT of the New York
Mail and Express at Constantinople
TOritps flint an Amerienn nitiypn. tl. A-
roiuB, Kil iiiiutigju, mt ijouij tin. itmiiu ij
treated by the Turkish government,
Proios went to Constantinople in 187!)
for his heath. He accepted a position
in the Turkish service as receiver ut the
at the Sanitary Officio at Constantinople.
He served awhile, and when he resigned
there was some shortage in his accounts
bat no charge was made against, hm
After an interim ho established him
self as shipping agent at Murianople
Sea of Azov. Ho was there seized by
Kussian officers upon the reijnosl of the
Turkish authorities, and was dragged in
irons through llussia in mid-winlor ami
jailed at Odessa, where he was kept one
month in a damp cell, sleeping on stoueu
He was then transferred to another pris
on, where he remained two raentlis, and
was finally sen t back to Constantinople
'nd oonfined in the British jail. Here
500, the amount of tin shortago alleg
ed, was domaudod. Proios refused to
pay and demanded trial. This was re
fused. He has since been rolonsod, and
has been advised by the American con
sular authorities to leave, but this he
has refused to do, and remains demand
ing recognition as an American citizen.
He charges the State department with
great neglect of his oase.
ROUSING C III Lu K 13 UA T I ON
- - qixt xt.333 23nx-v.xj ca?;-...r-
First Train to Heppner Town.
OF THE COLONY.
followed a public dinner whioh did
of the ladies of t!ie nt L;j'ir!i,iiil.
The day ,wis for. her ?nlivin.l by
turiify siiootin.;." The it;.y w:m b
for that bn-.ine.ss, the r.; Ii-ini-iiig liko
pall over an tho e irth, hut that did not
prevent Torn. Morris and If. -ink ,'5oliir
singer from carrying off a goodiy nun.,
her of turktys. The best shooting tv-is
d hi: iti tli-i eveiiiog by. lamplight tipi-ii
luiiiirmiis pnntoboard targets, when
Messrs. A., H , V. mid H: tvtiju off
enough 1i;-.Js u .tt.-irt a
Mr. ChiMt. Iiitf.-iihnni
thy neighborlio.i.l ag-iii
glad tn se him. 'inn
iuteiligent ami trog"i',
and one of ivh-ini a
ilioiild be prou.l.
Mr. Do'.vmng, s-.m-iti-!)au'h,
vailey, V0ilt to Ari:ii,-i
p;t li is wiie, jusi fii-i'.v,1-.1
liev ai'" g.img to fi-l
i ll l !) :Oil ; i e-i .ke ; i:
,.J:T. . . -i -
nit i i sg rsr i r J v ir - - -r- . I
Tiie ileppner and Willow Creek liuilroad, which will be Completed within the
r-ext Two Weeks, Will 1'iuce ilej.pner on an Equal Footing With Other
liaihrad Towns in Oregon.
as appealed i
! Wt-itH t
T. C- A.
MAYOR TIKNJtY BLA.CKMAN.
To ('((.NSCiUl'TIn.-i. ''I
ha v'tui,' biren U,i-.ai (a I
pie means, nfiVr ultlrii
veins with a .severe luntr
that, dread dir.eav, coas nnption
ions to make known to tils fi-ilow
era the means of enra. To
de.sireit. lie viil eh'.niT'Tillv ct-t.,1 f-..,..
charge) a copy of tho prescription lin,d
wtnoU tney will find a mire cure lor JI.
sumptiou, iiKt-lima, catarrh, bronehit-rjjL,-
liopos all siiTreri will try !; renic.J ,-,
as it is invaluable. -Those de'sirim 'tiii
prescription, winoii wf cant thciri aoih
ing, mid may prove a b!es -in;;, -ill pi as-
MOOie.iH. iii.V. j'.DWAJ:!! .-.. V,
XT" r', fi"r
GILLIAM & COFFEY,
In J'nct Iivc-rything Which the Farmer or Stockman Needs.
Evrylliin.; Will Bu
and Ui.l I) ,..':. i
Sniitn k We la in,
hie aeti-in. 3'aa :
reival-'ii- l by !,; iv:
sh-ip. li oonVHuii
OnARi.ii-1 T. Parsons, of Northampton,
Mass., was nrrosted at that plaoo on the
22nd inst. for tho inhuman treatment of
a Polaudor. When found he was chaiu-
1 to a buggy seat and suffering intense
ly with the onld, being dressed only in
overalls, shoes and and a thin omit.
.Parsons narrowly escaped being
bed. The Pole claims that ho hati
rked siuoe last spring, from early
V 12.01 W"! , month, out has reoeiveu
The matter of celebrating (lie arrival ot
the first train to Heppuer town was men
tioned in a recent issue, but nasnmed no
tangible sliapo till hint Saturday evening,
when the council met at tho call of May
or Blackmail and decided to celebrate,
appropriating funds for that purpose,
and making arrangements to that end.
It was decided to hold the celebration
on Monday afternoon and evening, mid a
program w as arranged.
At 2:15 in tho afternoon of last Mon
day, Co. K, O. N. O,, headed by the
Heppuer band, ntiHembled on Main street,
in front of council chambers. At half
past two tho procession started for the
depot grounds, and were joined nt the
intersection of Willow with Main street,
School children, each department head
ed by their tenchor, and all carrying
Hags. Tho proooHsion then marched to
the end of tho track, which was within
one hundred yards of boing completed.
This man Parsons is notori
ous for hiring ignorant emigrants at Cas
tle Garden and leasing their services
farmer", which falls hut little short
the old regime of hnmnn slavery. 1
should be severely dealt with.
An anarchist oiroular, of the style mad
familiar by Parsons and Spies, was wi
distributed on the 23rd inst. through the
saloons of the west and north-west sec
tions of the oouutry, says n diHpat
After asking subscriptions to defend tin
sippnsed dynamiters, Hronock. Ohr
bouu and h'sviok, whose (rial begau lasl
Monday, the oiroular says: "Notwith
standing (the law) has murdered a num
berof our brethren, this capitalistic
beast thirsts for more blood, and appar
ently will not bo satisfied until it gets it
The workiugmeu of Chicago cannot tell
what will happen any day. They are
liable to bo taken away from their break
fast table, torn from their families, lock
ed up m jail on account of a trivial oom
plaint from oapital."
A I A. Judge has ordered the officer
to arrest all uersosn who bet on Mm pW
lion, and that they be prosoouted. If we
had that sort of a law iu this state, there
would be but few oitizens out of jail.
-inn langtisb government is liegotial
mg wuu l' ranee, to assist them in the
suppression of the African slave trade
lHE election of senators directly by
the people would, perhaps, send to that
branch of the legislative departmen
men with less money and mom bn.ii,,
Senators being eleoted by the legislature
momed mlluenoe selects the millionaire
in preference to men whose main reeofci
"ouuiuon is capability. The senate it.
orton referred to as a "rich man's body
m 11 w quite true. In order that
worm may nave its true weight, this
right of electing senators should be del
egatsd to the people.
TWO MEN DROWNED.
I'rom the Wardner News we learn that
sua accident occurred on last Mondav
which resulted in death by drowning, '
w.H. Napp and his nephew, W. A
Lowell, while attempting to ford tin
South P.,. I, l ....
. nuoiii. iwo miles suiidi ui
Kingston. Frm what can be gathered
o uie circumstances surrounding tho sin
--., ii appears mat Lowell, who hm:
been riding tt ll()rHe wiUl bamml W;lh
endeavoring to get a cow a. ross the ri ,-
"nuimding some dilliclly in ,ing
bo Mr. iNa,m went lo his assistance. They
W W rio I down the stream In- the rap
idity of the current and being unable to
reach shore both were drowned. It K
bought that Lowell, in his struggles for
I'fe got entangled in some way in th
harness, as, when found, he bore u mark
npon h forehead Indicating that he had
ben kicked by his hor.se. The bodies ef
the deceased were brought to Wardner
Junction, where Coroner J. C. Boll,,,!,,
n mquest, the jury renderim; a
"uu.t in accordance with the facts
aWe stated. Tke unfortunate men
""Jjrwell and favoiahlv k,.u l
lilt CClmtV m-lu.ro .....I. I.. J ,.
Iapp owned a ranch not fur from the
scene of the disaster, and leaves n wife
snd one child.
8 ,hool children mid teachers, to Co.
O. N. Q., and to friends and oilizotis
... .uoii ciMiuuuuiry, i return you my
lin-,t.fr..lt- H I... t .. ..
"iiauiia uir iiiur aijio assistance
nod cheorfuhioss in makiiig this cele
bration a success.
ive invito you ono and all to bo with
us this evoning on Main street and enjoy
yoursou to your heart's oontout. Too
freedom of the city is tendered to vou
nud I hojio that the remaining exercises
ou tho program will be carried out in
spirit that will tend to tho enjoyment of
lliauliing you for your kind attention;
llow propose three ohoors for the
iieppuei- railroad; long may she roll
Tl, l i , . .
lumuiuuiagu responuea in a man
lier that must have disturbed the soli-
tuilo of tho lilues, sixteen milos away.
The pioneers ot tho colony, Hons. J. h.
iviorrow anil Henry Iloppnor, then drove
the last spike, at the conclusion ot
whioh Co. IS lirod three ringing salutes.
Pontile- woro niesent. ainoiik' wiiom weie ' ic-eciioiug over mo bills.
manv nioneorH. who no doubt oould At lnCHmila "iiring the ceremonies, the
hardly realize the chango since 187'2. At
3 o'clock, the last rail being laid, Mayor
Henry Blackmail made a short addrons,
yet to the point, which is as follows:
ti'llow Citizens ami IahUcx:
We have assembled here for the
purpose of celobratiug the coniplolion
of the railroad, which connects this oily
aud surrounding country with tho outer
world. Those who are present among
the pioneers who established Hcpptior
in 1872 at that time never dreamed that
the iron htirso would traverse the llepp
nnr Hills, but it, is an a 'lual fact, aud v. e
welcome it, not. only as the advunoe
guard of civilization, but the opening up
of vast acres of grazing, agricultural and
timber lauds. '
I must congratulate our people for be
ing so persevering in their cliYirts, for
they put their shoulders to the wheel
and behold, the work is accomplished.
The O. H. & N. Co. and their faithful
employes deserve our most heartfelt
thanks iu keeping their pledge with ns,
and let us uhow thorn by our acts nt
present and in the future, that their in
vestment will return them what they
To the wage workers, who nrc the
bone aud sinew of our country, great
orodit is due for many acts f kindness
in assisting us in this ceremony. They
were askod many qiio-itions and always
cheerfully answered them, whioh is tho
true spirit of Americanism and soeiabil-ity.
To tho Hoppuer baud, the publ o
THE TRUE CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAIJTS.
l-.nn! (Mire ul L:i! I i.i-i.-, f,V ,.
("nnii;;n(, Imvivrf ii.-vii e-i.rr. .!:-.- i
J liuinjjMill J. (J'Aeu-s iiiritiiift
Tin' )il):t,'(ti,iiiij.; Iit.-t IjoiuMjii-ii.t - o,,i r
Oft. I IJ, ,!,-,. fj,.; V; t viy. '
W HW M wvUniLl, hv:;H,ip;i y,
ill jjirrmv cti'imy, Urvn. WifJi i
c.-.n 'wMaiiftn (if wml (ini.y, Ihc ; It.
Ity Htimitntiiffl !. appijiir ;n, , niw t'Arr
d ty nt' ,)(ifnii!.-', Jv-'i, f. l:)..'c)'i(-)(
Hjtiijiil ami funiUir t.-.-tt.im:..iy cjh-j.
;i.ll''Kf'i JiliitiidcKiiMMif .
Ami tlwty aro nirltir iiriticl tUi
wili tin tfiiai.i li(ir()l-M .J. W. '.Joi'iow, i
' rri:nn, ni liiR tu'in-.t in J I tiu.a Mn
Oik,, ,-it 1H n-louk A. M li "i);i(-t'pt:'.r.f '
liS, h.ii'vi'-n of (Itl.-i linli'.'O V,lil li: 1 r ,,('ie h
i'iliilicdlioil for f mr iionswuti ivr1; i ' u Lii
Hnppnur (utztjllc, i!.tid Ity posliiit; no ic,; ' ;.m i
(iiiiLciiHt-iil-iw hiv.-A m-.
J.T. OUi'HOKa Xifoeivor..
NOTICE ()!' i:TENi:iOr "
jandOfiiro ut Lti CJ rando. Or,, Nov. 'T-i r'Ks.'
Nniict) h litn't,!.v ,.hv-.'M tjint thu f,,i'-I.w,j'i-n;uii-(
mitlliT linn iilinl tiotif.i' of hn inio itio-t 'i
m;ikn litiul proof in hupjmmI oEtiTs rljitm wJu
mnl jtmot will ho nimio t-.,fv (lm coin My .fn
or in Imh ul)Hont:t hnfor.) Mm noonl.', cJ,:
of Moi-mw romuy, Or., nt il.-pinHsr, Ovv'.n ci
Jfin. 12, 1S85I, via: ' "
Jow'iih, Crank, h
Hil Ia. IT.( for Lhfl li '.J NIC ,t, KV
HM U NW '-4 Hmo. -a 'I',. W, K U K, VV
, 1 1 til ri ii 1,110 iounwiti( WfL!Uii.;f.-4 to iirovi
his coni.inuoiiH f.Hidoico iip:n, luut iMjltivHivu,
ol Hitld Imiii, viz:
John ZolltHMrr, Vmnk IImIo. tiuuih Hurch &rd
L'i a olio lViiifiii.i, Hli of it'pun' r, Orfgour
An v ni-r.-nn who rl" lirnn i .1 nminu: i
ftllowiHiio of mu'h proof, or who kt' wii il ' nrY
Hiihstfuitiiil i-fHson, imtlori-lio low ami Hm ronl u
tioim of t- it) liiLorior I) -oji. ) tmmi w:.v utn.f, .(,
should not. be iillowod, ill In- ;;no!i nn n!-
tdinity in Mi nLovo in!ii1ioin'i, limn ;i,ul n!j,-M t.
croriH-oxiimm.' Iho wi tn; mo-un' rfUi, (lininianl n!-o
to olfoi- (widmit'-oifi robiiUm of ihiL .siibnutw'd .,
.Ji .Jf J
3.KI)I tOCK P niCICS
Saooessc ra to B. A. Hunsaker & Co.,
Are at the old stand on
Hardware, Tinware, Copperware, Granite
ware, Pumps, Gaspipe, Nails, and Black
ALSO AGENTS FOR
nrennn PI-, nnin
Reapers, Headers, Threshers, En-
and . Portable Sawotlls.
B l-i-t D 1 -r-l-v-v
A 1 i. r i i
1 ..ItTlnc F-5 1-in; flrrAc Tnf
It' I ...
mi mi waps, wdiod iviowers
An constantly receiving new invoices, which cah can Uka
tha lowest prices. Job-work executed in a skillful mannw.
MINOR, DODSON &.C0.
!i If Iiilj km,
Oppofsifci Minor, D-wlnon & Go's.
Stock' i Wit;
ro a r irst-L,
They Call Attention to their
A N D
II li U" Vlit it
Jilt c- ili'i'r-.niii'i- S,
I1,, l-'mi-niim, i-iv-i 1
(' dill' Cliilllill in u
uiliri' nf .ilnt-r, w
in, I ml ui f -
INlltK-f M hlTl'llV CIVC
lit II I'llllMl-l lll'll-t.l.'ill.',! t-oili'i,:;;
i'rb'., Il-llill- and rxifilli ,i hv ,1
loAlvxiiiiilwA l-i.-iar-r Iiih'-.ti.
of !!, iiniliili il in 1lin Cli-i-k
iHiimtj, Dn-Bim; mi l,-iv;n!,
l-iililill'iin Willi mi nil!:-:- wivnn l(ii,ii hv Ai,
A' IMIIZ'-I lij' V. ii. Kl!H, iu,,i- ivtU'l n.-v, j K;;
liil.fli iiilu rr,y inifis, ssiun ami .-..ji :f ,.
Jill-III ,1. I. I-1-1-1-111111, 'h i-i,niil, I j. i v.t-f 1 1 J!j
li-l-I'll'i-l' mill U:ill lilllli I'-i:i'i'l-ii, ill l'i jj
'.i l'i. W. Ai., ill J,I,irron- imiiiily, (ir-'Kuii,
A'oft'iiiher oOili, S;s,
At II'- !UMtlwl.iuS-t .-iml Umt Willi,
llllMll 111 lllllill, till, i'illill. viuij ili-w-rili-d in-,,
in wit: Aliuiil I in lirail uf nlii'i-i-iiiixi-,i h
iiiiisll,vmvii.-i mnl i:tinli.-i. Imown as ti, ,. K,
mini Iiiiml nf sin-up, liramli'il -.villi li' , v,-nut
In Biilmty la., nnm of l.,ll,;'.7 mnl iiili-ri-Ht Hi, iv
,fiiii mi Maiil mill,, anil iiliio uli i'.liai-,i,i of tiriii,--Ui'i-iiiiB
mnl twlUiiK ol mill Mlm-k, m il mlu,- an '.'
I'l'iu, uf i-:iii.iil. '
'I', li. HOWARD. A-wnt for Mi-ricij-i,;-.
Ullk'il III ll,-,.iioi-, (Ji-,, .Nov. fllli, ,v-n.
Will you ph'aao uive iluoo to this nr-
tiols fur the fulkiwiiiK ivasutis, via:
The penplo (.'i'ihtiiH' nro us iciunaut
of tlio ftottml fnilh mnl iriin'iilo."i uf the
ohuri-h of Joaim Christ of L. 1). S. hb tin
ain'ii'iit Noriliou mnl l'lmriseoii worn ot
the faith an 1 iloctrincs Jouiis ainl l'nnl
prouoheil. For this riiaaon, if thuro wi'rt
no othera, I sreatly dmire to he lioanl
IhroiiKh your oiiliuuiH, hoiii); niKtiroil in
my hfurt tlmt wlu'n 1 shall bo riuhtlj
uiiileiHtnod hy tli pooplo, nn,l tho poo
phi whom 1 rt-prt'.Hi-at sliull have lirei
truly known, that wo shall fiu,l a nuti-l-
warnur fetliii); upon tins part of tin' pro
I delight iiUo tu eiir.ii;r in a frit'iullj
inrmtixiition of tint fa;-tn uiiilorlyinK my
faith iu ttia lv'ilH.'im-r, hioaiiHO I haw
onr.-f ill !y coiHiil.irtiil ami oritioincl it
that I know thore is nothing uuntaimul
tlmroin hut will apprtal to man's itttolli-
iftmi-i , mnl in tMititliM to a phu'o in tlu
hixlii'st iinpiil.Hiis, an 1 worthy to Iw hon-
orJ with the nohlcst si-ntiini'iits of tin'
human heart. That faith is an follows:
1. In tl-iil tint Eiini-tl Fujhfr, an.l in
his Son, JoMii.s Christ, ami in tho Holy
Glioxt. 2. That limn will ho punishi'd
for their own sins au.l not lii-eause of
Adam's tran-'i'.-ssions. 3. That all men
may ba savej throii(,-li iihi-ilieniv to tho
laws of Chris'. -1. Faith, repfiitanoo,
baptiBiu by iin-m:rsioii for the remission
of sins. 5. Layitij; on of haiKls for the
gift of the II .ly (Hunt, ami in tho .lo;
triuo of eternal kik'nieut. whieli oro-
vidus that all m u sli-ill In ju lA'e,l, re
warded or punished luwoidiiiir to the du-
Kres of Kond or evil tjy shall have
TlMUKKLAm ACT JCNE 3, 1ST
N0Ti.CH Fill! l'UHi.liWl'ION. ;
Umi i-xii St vri-:s 1 ja::o ( li-icii:, j '
l,liuNti:-:, tin , N.iv. Hi, l',s, f
III" lU-uviiaoiiH ol ihi'.-iai of lonaiv is of
s, "llllllril ,.-Vli iu-1 loi- (In. :,li-in a,!,,,!- !,
Dm Htala.i of Calil'iii-nia lli--,-,, V,.., I ,
W:ishinK(on l.-n-iio,-y," ' '
Wiiiiion O. Minor,
Of 3 f 0 pi.ii it, rniiaty- of !oi-i-,,w, !i!a!;i of :i,'.
Ii:im Ifii.i day lili-iim t!,: oiiii-i, 'liiM .-v-or i ,a'
ui No. C,;(. for II,,, ,,n ,-i !,,.-,,.,, ii,,, t- , .
M'i Vi nfinH-liuil No. :ri, in lnunsliin liM, ,,
tliat tlin lltlut HOn,-ii is iiiiirn vilillllliio for
IH'I-or s on,. ,an iir ii--!-i,-!i i,-,l ,,,,.
Illii 111 isfal,li,ili his ohO,,, 1,, -0.1 1...I.,.. .
Iti'i.:iiiiifiiiu idri-ivor of t hia oi:; ui l,-,iii-.-o
K-i aiinii n a.-i wi! ill's,
ni'iiln, Or,, ai-,1 .1. ,v
William Wjit.mi. of i
Aii.v ui-il nil .w...s l-iiini.--- n-tvai-s-lv il
i iovo iliwiii,,-,! l-i-i-ii. :n-o i-,,,i:,.s:i.,; :,. :i;P' n, ir
i'hiiiihi in il.:;i ,.'!,-.-..:, or ),.. .will- Kii.l 5li !.
nf I'.'lirtiitiy, t,s.vl,
""" lli-N-uv liiNKinivr, It-tn'stor.
NOTICE OF TNTKNTiON.
'lh dan of I'clo-u
. lin-VI'-. Of 1,11.
. lioli.-rt Hurt iin-il
omul itmoom-Hod Home excellent music
and the engine shrieked at its highest
ptteli. Ihe proKnim at the track boinn
oornploteil, the procossion niarolied baolt
to Iowa and prepared for the ovouiuK's
Af 7 ..'..I. ..I. ,
oiaiiiiit immense uaiiitres were
l.l.,,.:.. :.. -.t...... .
.m..iiim ui luuiii riireor, ttie linmi was
lilayiiiK, anvils ronrinur, and the whoh
town was iiiaKinjf suoli demenstrntions
as the invasion suiro-esled
Paiioinii hoK'an iu (larriKiies & Uogor's
opera himao at !) o'clock and ooutinned
till 1 o'clock Tuesday liiornin. A hirw
number were iresunt, and it was jjoner
ally enjoyed by all.
loWr. (leu. M. llulier, time-keeper
iinil 1U-. r. II. Warren, track mauler, are
duo the thanks of the Iloppnor people
for their valuable assisianoo iu luakiti;;
the oelchrati.in a suceos.-). The 0. K.
M. Co. are foi'iunale iu securim, the sor
vioes of two such Kent lemon.
Mayor Henry .Blackmail deserves eon.
siderahle credit for the active interest
which ho funk in the atrair, who, nssist
eb by our able town council, made Iho
oolobrntitm such as the occasion demand
ed. It is to Iw regretted that more of the
Siirroumlini; country was nut represent-
ed. It was duo to tho fact that delays in
Keltiiitf iiiat.i'iial up on tho line rendered
it very uncertain as to when the road
would bo cninphited to town.
The celebration was a pleasant, alTair
thr-auoluiul nnj n oompleto success in
done. l,-v. 2tl, .12; Kou. 17. M.ltt 1(
27; 2 Cor. a, Ui.
That the church should have the sumo
kind of an organization that existed in
the primitive church, viz: Apostles.
Prophets, t'aators. Teachers, Uvuuirolists
etc.. That believe in Christ are enti
tld to tho power and jjifts of the Gos
pel, viz: The gift of faith, of discern in s,.
of spirits, prophecy, revelation, healing,
visions, speakinu in unknown tongues,
etc, nnd that a plurality and conimuni
ty of wives are heresies and opposed to
the Ian of (1,1,1. We b,.i,.T that ma..
riage is or,laiiii',l of U.hI and that tho
law of Old provides fur hut one com
panion in vi llock.
Tho above is a synopsis of the faith of
this church, as it has boon from the b .
Uinn n It is not, nor never has been
O.iuueot-.'il with the Salt Lake .Mormon
church, hut la a separate and distinct
body of people.
KiiOKH HiiuM L Hour.
NOTES FROM EttiHT MILE CE.VTCH.
Knurr JIu.r 0Kxrr.it, Nov. 25tli, '8S.
The republicans of Kijjlit Mile assem
bled at the school house last Saturday
aud h id a gran I j. b iee n honor ot Har
rison and Martini. Mr. Mwift wih mas
ter of cereni. lines. A talk, illustrated hv
blackboard drawim. noon tho rise ,m.l . "im.i 1 he i,!!,.s ()r.. s
,. ,, , , .. , . ' . .Miiiii'isni.ri'iiytivi-iitli .1 tin-f!!-i
tall of political parties was jjivou hv Mr. '"' lll,,t mie. of hU iniaiui,,,,
Aubrey, followed hv some tl.riilin.- .,,s ! V ' ,, 'T'' .' ' ". --
r. . , on- roiiiiij- ju,!.--, of
Mwirt. .Short j h.. ,,, o ' IW. On-':!, or.
In a it n 1 isx siier?
t) 0 ! S h
S1 t -s
uo oa nr i
i ; ' ni-:iA!i T'i
U t,i-. n,i,),-iJ f Ulltllll CtiiU
. .U.iU llliU UI Ull i! P
i I?- ,
M&Y- Street, Heppuer.
Y ANDU YN,
The Efficient Horap-Shoor and
, Iinil Olliim nl l,u liivi-,,
Nolii-r is l, raliy uivon I lmi
si'tt!,'l- has lili-il noiii-o i,r h
linnl in-imf in siipoort of h
lUMin will tit' mail,! haf.
11, 'IV S
iOr..Xnv. til, 'ss. ,
s ititi-nlion to uiakli
ii'iiiiui. unit (lint, sail!
Ii'l-l-ow riitinfy. On-iron, at, ll,-,,m- rii..v,M,
laiuuiry 'J, ls:is, vi.: 1 '
! S No. Sim, for !,SW i,
lie niioo-s llii. folfowiiur w-iin-ssi-s :
tils i-otuiiiiioiis risi,l,-iu-o iiisin, mulVu
llllniii iirroii, .Too N.'!kov,,-Mv.,,i;,--!-i," T'l,
t, nil or.il-,..,:,, r. Or.
iiioi:-i naii,.,,- tt,,
lylm knows of any
ai,Wl,. sn,., j,(ot
- v.ivon an oiioi-(u,
lili'.i nail nlacoM,.
ml via oli d t
Calls attention to the fact thai ho is still at the Old Stand,
UlTUMlb 111b lihnWbK DRUG, ST0K1-, MAIN STREET,
Where he is ready to attend to any wants in his line as cheap as the prest
Condition of the Times will Admit.
REMEMBER TTIti PtOXEER .HUOP WIIEX
VOU NEED WORK DONE
i 1 fit iiiu
ami Knni liinkl
Any intrioii who t
iitlttwiiiuvMirHm-ti i roof, or
ul-.!i!!Hiul ri'itstm, uiutofila
lions uf tln iuhM'ior t!cf-;uin
lioul.l not 1k atiowttl. wtli 1
iiity nt tho iili,,vt montititi.it
Onw4.f;MllinO tilO vitT!t'Hsi
-tntl to t
tool My cluiinniit,
ionco m robiitlal of ilmt MiiKiuit '
HcxiiY KtNt.tt uit, Konister.
NOTTOK OF INTENTION.
lllltll'IMlt I.ll (il-llllltf. til-., Nov. 1-1 'SS
' is li.-rotiv -riv.-ii II, it rl. f.,ll.. .j
llli-r lias lili',1 his Hutu-,, of iiilaiillon : "i.
feiiil Oioot in sup,,,,,- of Ills oliio,,. ,lm ,l
Cl oofwill I,,, mail,, holoro tin-jiuK-,-of Morrow
i-oimly, or in li, ,.l,s,.ii,. ,rf, ,, ,,),,, k lf (j
eouulj, at HiTinior. Or., ua Jim. ,1, i,s,mj v;;,.
Ji. ( '. Smith,
11,1. No. r-W, for llio S , SK Si-v
NK 'i S,.n. ill, l'p a s. I! ; K. W. M.
Hi' liililii-s ilia follow ma Wltnass.-s lo or.,,-.. 1.:
coin iiiumis resiiltiiii-o urou. Mint i.nlt,v,.t,, ..r
a n s i
AS. H. DODD & CO..
arclware, Iron,- teel,
AND FARM MACHINERY.
Z FI"3T AND TINS 5T2EST3. POSTLAND, ORISON.
Solo Ageats for Oregon and Washington for
I'. It. 'IVvli'iir. foil Miaiisiii, i
J. t1. I'iMi-inoii. litt of ll.-onitsr. I
-ll luirsoii uli'i ilosiros I,, ,-., : .... o ,.
allowniuy of smOi ,r.iof, or who k-,' of imv
siilwiiiiilin! n-nsoii, uiulortlie lu.v a: il tlm iv -utii.
lion, of llu. li,ii.ri,.r n.-lvirimrr.i.wiijMu.hiVroof
slioiil.t inn In. allow,,,!, will t, :,,i,,, ,., '
ml) ui tin. iiIh.vh mo'ition,,! i,, mi ,,.. '
XaiUUll- ltlt'VUl!osS(,s,,fs,li,l,,!,aili ,
i iu rolmltiil i t (! ( s,ibiiiiua
to oil -r
Itasav ib.M-anur, K.wier.
NOTICE OF 1NTI.NT10X.
follo.it d by some tlirilliiu.
ami a remlinn by Jlr.
soeoobes by .b-aars. Honker, Sjiruy.
Oaldwvll tili.l lhiwlej foliow.tl. Some of
our tUnioeralie frirnds were present, and
the litm-Ht jj.mkI feeliiiif prevailed, ojii
sideriiiK the extremo enthtlsi.iain exhib
ited by their ro ubliean brethreu. Tl en
DEERE'S NEW DEAL PLOWS.
:, ,'otilile, or Trl-yile Furrow. Thiy rn so simple and come in iMwr abttolnte nerfeo
... :i, tlmt the wlto lirtve tlsotl Uiom or soon them work -an not i-nr ennngh In
their pratbe. e ftimmli tlient with or withuut scat atuehincnu
Seat ttttiu-looents are extra.
-SEEE POWER LIT SXJLICY PLOWS.
" BUCKEYE SHOE PRESS GRAIN DRILL. .
r-vVyo Hoe Tress Grain Prill, Tiuckoyo Sc-Mor, I.ti- kevo Spring Tooth Harrow, Knpcrlof
lirain I'rtHs.Sutverior iS'tnlors.
-r. CORBIN'S DISC HARROW AND SEEDER. ,
The latest Improved Implement for sowlmr Hummer fttltov. The moet fompirte and
Tor Pnre Drugs and Sfedioinee sail oa
GEO. W. HARRIS,
Wkere yotj will ilnd the fluent .took of lfi; in Mnrr oanatr, aoifrtinc ef a
Freth 8took of Drufrs, Patent Medioinefl, Tiieft Article, Ohoiet Perfmaerf, J(
ticu Sahool Bool, Sfcutionery, Paints, OiU Oiani. Patty and
A fine line ot Tobacco and Cigars.
The Finest Brnndu of Wines anil Liqupra for Mddicsfl PurpiMM, AI-
ways in Stock.
Physicians Prescriptions Compounded Day or Nigit.
There ii No Need of Wear g ont Your Preotjriptina by Csrryin
. yonr Ht, bflt Come Orer to -
it krwtxt ia
CO K. J SLOCXJM & GO'S. CO
H It1 P P T P
11 Li I I H
This firm am Successors to Ud. R. Bishop, nnd are Isady 4B Til.
Hng to liars l Continuanoe of Xrads ia
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Machine Oils, Har
monicas, Cigars, Confectionery,
And Everything Else That To Might Expect to Find ia iri
01 ass Drug Store.
-NTTnvn t .r--
XJ7jAX 1 M M J K III ! . I- I. X I. 1 S- ryi TT1 " Tr ffM -x-.r
" .amujjj-v u x myxx
Main Street, Heppner, Oregon.
stiqgiy Dig rnr sr.oo
AJVJO SUBSCRIBE POH THIi
KIRK & YOUNGGREN,
May Street, Nearly Opposite Minor. Dnr.n- J- .i
MsBnfnctnrera of Rnd Denlem jn-
Picture Frames, Etc.
Also For Sale
1880 MOI3EL WINCHESTER RIFLES.
Cheap For Cash.
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
JOHN R. LEWIS
Bee Pereheserl the : .
FOBSYTHE GESI1L Ii!BCl)(llISE ESIBUPHI
AT CASTLE ROCK, "
And is Stnekine it TJp with Better Lioe ef Goodi ba Erer. Ii will t.. i.
henBeediii(fjy-tliiriginhieline. Call ra hiro when in t...
.i..,..i..iiii, Doirauij utmrn una teed etable
U'i. F. llal!ei, "
lid!!. f,.r the NK, NW V N '1 Nf i. a-'
4 NK , S,V. in Ti, I s. R 21 K. . Vl" !
lui tmuiea tht-fnliowii' witi',.,,s to r..,.v
"'' " Iwiww, all of I-: ),t Mil,., tlr,,.-,,-!. ' i A II Hi U
sucvvii.-il.il Hl ior this 1-tu p.wie to use.
We alio have full line of Buctxies, Csrrijtces. Phno'ons,
Plfttt'orut and other fcprins Vehicles.
t . SCHUTTLER
iJtwrcnce Chapla's Sprlng-Tixith Itnrtw. Iht(( Uarroua, fScloutlfle
1'aciflc Faulting Milts,
HAIS1I HAIIll 1 :tC, KTC.
S-SEJ(D FOR SPECIAL CIKCUl-AKS ASH PRICE LISTS.
y. A. iU'li).v.vj.t i.,Misit,f,
tKion cc Co., Agents at Heppner.
HAREINGTON & CO
. DEALERS IS
HARNESS, WHIPS, SPURS, ETC.
Cube tan tlj no linnd.
EAST MALN ITKKCT,