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HEPPNER, MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 31. 1890.
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for t irw moiiLiiH; in advance. If paid for at the
nd of riix month. $2.50 a year will be charged.
1 in-rh. inele colnion, per month $ 1.50
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unt ::i-Artion at half nttwt. Bpeeial ratea will
b2--hatrfced fr pntonal due and political hIumIi.
8o. of Htattt
JitdK" Heventfi District....
W. Mt linde.
. Full .TlHtwhan.
.. a. McKlroy.
J. H. Hird.
W. H. Wiiwon
Joint Hnatur Henry Blacknian.
KepreeeuUitiva J - Ibompaun.
I minly JuiWe ;WLmt?,t!i i
' Commissioners J. H. Ely, M. M.
rletk J- Morrow.
- Sheriff .'. . . . Npbto.
Treasurer J. W. Matlock.
Awror J- J- fllctjee.
Jfc.rT.yo.- Julius Keithlwy.
''"School Sop't W. L-Halinil.
t'oroner Jama. Uau(iherty.
HBPPNKH TOWN OFFICERS.
la ...Henry Blackmar.
Uiuncil.neu ...Nelson Jonua, J. W.
Morrow. E. I. Matlock, O. K. Farnawnrth, .
M.MnUory and W. J. UcAtee,
lleeorder A. A. Roberta.
Treasure! v- J- Ijeeaer.
Mnratial J- W. Kaamua.
loric Lodge No. 20 K. of P. meets ev
ery Tuesday evening at 7.80 o'clock Ul I.
O. O. F. Hall. Sojourning brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
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K. K. dWIKBCBNX. K. of K. A . tf
KAWL1N8 POST, NO. U.
U. A. R.
Meet, at Leiinirton. Or., the laat Saturday of
each month. All veterans are invited to join.
1A HKOWH. J- S. HOOTHBT.
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A . A. MOUBKTU,
iirvtf Estate, Insurance and Collection
Hoppner, - tf - Oregon
J.N.BKOWN. JA8. D. HAMILTON.
Attorney at Law.
Brown & Hamilton
Practice in all eonrta of the state. Insurance,
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Collections made at all points on Rea
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NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Or.. June 17, '90.
Notice ia hereby given that the following named
aettler hn tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his
clUra, and that said proof will be made before
the county clerk of Morrow county, at Hepp
ner, Or., on Au. 1- viz:
Vhe&man O. Haijies,
D . 8. No. 69 ft.r the SW eVc 3 Tp 4 S R 35 E
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
aid land viz:
Chati. E. Kirk and Chas. E. Miller, of Heppner,
Or.. Chris. Heininser Sr., and Otis Shauer, of
Hard man. Or.
;y-4. John W. 'uiwis,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at LcGrande. Or.. June 28 1H90.
Notice is hereby given that the ftllowuiu
named settler has filed notice of hie intention to
make tint 1 nroof in eunnort of his claim, and
that said proof will be' marie before the county
clerfc ft Jiorrow county, at .neppner, vr., on
Aug. 16. 1890 viz:
William L, Sating,
D. No. 8317. for ths S SWL. WVi SE
ftaw M To 1 S tt. 7 V..
He names the foilowing witnesses to prove his
continutius resiaence upon, ana cuitivaiion oi
aaid land, viz:
ti. A. V. Kufselt, Authoney Kane, Wn. Bar
rett and M. J. Devin, ail of Heppner, Or.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at La Grande, Or., Juue IS 'WX
Notice is hereby pnven that the folRwing
earned settler has tiled notice i-f his intention to
make final nroof in summrt of his nliiim mid
that said proof will be made before the county
judse, or in his absence before the county
clerk of Morrow county, at Heppner, Oreoi., on
AUU-l 4, 13VV, VIZ:
.-1 bra ham H iatt,
Hd. Sft!i. for the S-i SWm.WV'i SWK R in
and SK1 Sec. y. Tp. 3 K. iv. E. W. M.
ne names tnetoxiuwmg witnesses to piove
hie continuous residence ution. ami ri-,ltiv:iti.tn
of said hind, viz:
Jame- Dautrherty. W. B. DauRlierty, Charles li.
Cate and Andrew J. Cook, all of Lena, Marrow.
y-M Hesrv Rhisehabt, Kecister.
THROWN FROM A WOOD RACK.
Laborer Near J auction City Sustains Probab
ly Fatal Injuries.
Eugene, July 23. A mpn named
Ricbey. wbo lives near Junction City
met with a terrible accident this morning.
He was riding on a wagon with a wood
rack, and in some manner the team be
came frightened and he was thrown to
the ground. His skull was broken at
the forehead, and his nose and both jaw
bones broken. He was liviug at last ac
counts, bat is expected to die at any
time. He was pbout 53 years of age, and
worked for the Junction Mill Company.
Albany is the only city in Ore
gon, bo far as beard from, that is
wholly .satisliecL .witji, the recent
census. The Herald says edi
torially: Aioany has no reason
to dispute the results of the census
enumerators work. Seven thous
and is a very good representation
for population. There is no growl
we if- m
mm ta m is z- a
FOB MANY ftV"TS
,.M) OF REVOLUTION.
Guatemala and San Salvador Still
DIFFERENT REPORTS DAILY
Slate Department at Washington Has Received No
News of the War.
FEELING OF INSECURITY STRONG.
Guatemalan Troops Masking For an A
Cpwi. ran Salvatloi Seir.injc Killri
Shipped From San Fran
Nbw York, July 24. News, received
from Guatemala and San Salvador con
firms the account of the battle of July
17. It is said that ordors have been
yiven General Porta to advance with
2500 troops toward Salvador. These
troops will be met by a like number
from Honduras under the oommand of
Generals Alava and Cacbio, and the foro
es of both countries will make an on
slaught on Salvador. The latter- couut
ry has detailed Generals Molina, and Le
on to unite forces in their departments,
and in Altos, numbering 6000 men, and
ooncentrate them in order to resint the
Tbe feeling in Guatemala is said to be
one of utmost insecurity, president
Barrilos is beginning to be universally
disliked for his weak and vaci'iating
policy. A general revolutioary fi eling
pervades the entire republic. Lare or-
lers for arms have been sent to the
United States, but it is believed the peo
ple of Guatemala will be compelled to
furnish a forced loan of money to re
plenish the depleted treasnry. General
Granados, a Guatemalan exile, is now iu
Nicaragua actually engaged in collecting
foroes, arms and amunition for a revolu
tion against Barrilos.
City of Mexico, July 24, Manuel Die
guez, minister to Mexioo from Guatema
la, has received a dispatch from Lis gov
ernment signed by Martinez Sateral,
minister of foreit-n relations, which
' Against positive orders, which tbe
government has given, one of our offi
cers has committed an not of disobedi
euce. There was skirmishing of slight
importance on the trontier ana our
troops, few iu number, reoeiv-d express 1
oiders to return to tUeir posiuorn Tbc
lost no artillery, they lost notbiog. The
maiu body of the army now on the fron
tier is now very strong, and our forces
are being daily mobilized for the preser
vation of tranquility and the re-establishment
of law in San Salvador. Deny
all news not agreeing with ofBoial telo
gram. The officer in command who dis
obeyed the orders of the government on
the snbjeot of crossing the frontier is un
der arrest and will be tried by court
martial and the vigor of the law will be
applied iu his case."
As seizure of rifles aboard the steamer
Colima by the Guatemalan government
was made before hostilities with San
Salvador had occurred, and before the
Central American compaot was signed,
many believe that the United States
ill ask Guatemala for an explanation
of her conduct. The rifles had been or
dered from San Francisco before any
revolutionary movement had broken out
with San Salvador. Tbe arms were des
tined for the use of the newly mounted
police of San Salvador.
City of Mexico, July 24. Advices
from Guatemala are to the effeot that
Ezeta's army attacked the Guatemalans
near the frontier Guatemalan territory
vesterday, and that the San Salva-
doriaus were defeated and routed,
leaving on the field many dead and
three canons, which the Guatema
Advices from San Salvador are entire
ly contrary. The dispatches report five
separate victories for San Salvador s
troops, who are said to have captured a
large amount of booty.
President Diaz has authorized an as
sociated press correspondent to say that
not a single Mexican soldier has been re
moved to the Guatemalan frontier, andt
that there are only two regiments.ontbe
entire line, the same number stationed
there for three years, and that Mexico
will observe, as she ia now observing,
the strictest neutrality
Libertad, July 24. News has jus
been received confirming reports of the
success of the Silvadorian forces beyond
the frontier, in Guatemalan territory.
Tbe Salvador army has now gained six
battles, and captured a quantity of arms
and ammunition. Many have been
killed and wounded on both sides. The
-alvadorian forces are pushing their
way into the interior of Guatemala and
and meeting with success at every step
Great enthusiasm prevails. The inten
tion is to overthrow the government"
of President Barrillo's before coming to
any agreement with Guatemala. San
Salvador is determined to free herself
from tbe IToke of Guatemala and assure
her own liberty and independence.
San Francisco, July 24. Consul-Gen-
eral Estrade, of Guatemala, at San
Francisco, has received a dispatch from
Dieguez, minister of Guatemala at tbe
City of Mexico, saying that an agree
ment was signed on the 20th between al!
the Central American republicans, -i to
force President Ezta to resign his pp
ejvand re-establish amnesty, Guatema
la forces continue on the border without
orders to attack. No battle has been
fought between Guatemala and San Sal
vador. Ezta has circulated a false e.
Washington, July 24. Tlie state de
partment 1b still wilhnnt advices from tlie
United States minister at Guatauinia,
Lansing P. Mizsner, concerning the war
now in progress between Guatemala and
San Salvador. A few words werereceiv
etTTiom him yesterday, but in bis cable
gram he made no reference whatever to
pending troubles. It is said that the
'""Ntate authorities will move in the matter
f tbe seizure of the Colinia at once, and
ijis virtually a casus belli.
City of Mexico, July 24. A revolutio
nary uprising on a small scale took plao
at San Migual, in Salvador. Tbe ring
leaders were caught, tried by court-mar
tial and shot. In the interior of the re
public everything is qaiet.
Guatemala's scheme for a S21,000,CKX
loan in France has fallen to the ground
owing to the present alarming state o;
La Libebtad, San Salvador, July 24.
Thejiresent government has established
J-;d .censorship. No information ir
regard to the existing crisis or truubl
between this country and Guatemala it
allowed to be published unless it has
previously been examined and approved
by the ceusor. Cemorship is also ex
tended to tbe news dispatches addressed
to foreign oouutries.
London, July 24. A dispatch from
Valparaiso states the mob attacked
stores in the city of Sauteago, the capi
tal of the republic, and sacked them.
The military was called out and restored
A Weil-Known Citizens Charged
DAUGHTER OF A CONTRACTOR
Gcnd Standing of the Families Jlskos the Case
One of Interest The Girl's Confession
and Btory of Her Parents.
Olymfia, July 23. Charges of a seri
ous nature were laid before Justice
J. G. Libargcr, a well-known resident of
this city, was charged with the seduc
tion and debauchery on Elba, 13-year-old
daughter of Charles Patnnde, build
er ana contractor. ie entered bail in
the amount of $1500, and waived hear
ing until the next session of the supreme
court. The firs charges brought by the
girl's father were for adultery, but these
were substituted by the more serious
charge of sedsc ion and debauchery.
Libarger is a contractor, and now has
the contract for grading the East Side
street. He has been a resident of this
city for a number of years, and was
at oue time a member of the
oity council. He has accumulated con
siderable property. Libarger is about
fifty years of age, and lives with his
family at the corner of Union and
Bouudiry streets, on the east side.
Just three blocks away is Mr. Patnnde's
Mr. Patnude is also well known here.
He built tbe Odd Fellow's temple, the
Williams block and the Chambers block,
three of the largest buildings in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Patnnde are both complete
ly prostrated by the occurrence and
seem little disposed to tMk ou the mat
ter. Mr. Patnnde, however, told the fol
"Libarger came to me about three
years ago and asked me to allow my
daughter, who was then but 13 years of
age, to assist his wife with housework
during her illness. We wer neighbors,
and both Libarger and myself have fre
quently worked together. He insisted
that it was impossible to secure a ser
vant, and after repeated requests I con
sented to my daughter remaining at Li-
barger's house. My daughter says it
was but three months after she first en
tered the Libarger family that she was
subject to his desires, and he bas contin
ued bis practices until the girl's condi
tion was discovered by her mother a few
Mrs. Patnude stated that she found
$40 in the girl's pocket, after which the
girl related her story.
I bad most implicit confidence in Mr.
Libarger. He has a good wife and pro
vides every comfort for her. To think
that such a thing should happen under
his own roof is almost incredible. My
daughter has made a full confession to
me. She said that Libarger had annoy
ed her so much that she had threatened
to tell his wife, but he only laughed at
"After he had accomplished his pur
pose and the discovery was apparent, be
wanted her to go away for treatment,
he gave her tbe 40 found in her pocket
and promised to send her more. He also
told her he would dispose of some of his
property and join her, but I am inclined
to think that he said this tc encourage
her. He said he was to get her letters
at Tumwater, and for that purpose
obanged bis name and aldress, and she
saw him write it"
Mrs. Patnude then entered the house
aud showed tbe reporter a page out of a
memorandum book, on which was writ
ten, "John A. Gorden,Tnmvater, Wash."
"You see," said Mrs. Patnude, "his name
is John Gordon Libarger. and he has
simply revised it."
Mr. Patnnde expressed the intention
of pushing the case to the end, and will
use every effort to secure justice for the
girl and punish Libarger.
Mr Libarger was seen this morning by
a reporter as he was direoting the work
of grading the East Side street. He ap
peared perfectly unconcerned about the
"Have you any statemeut to make?"
he was asked. . .
"What can I say,'.' be answered, "Mr.
Patnude has brought the charge of
adultry and sednotion, but what state-
inent the girl will make I don't knew.
Suffered Years ia Pain.
11 Sumner St., Cleveland, Ohio,
Aop 11, 1888.
in 1851 I sprained my arm clubbing chest
nuts; Buffered years in pain and could not lifl
my arm. It was finally cured by St. Jacobs
OU. JACOB ETZENSPERGER.
Testimonial- Cheerfully Renewed.
Chronic Cases the Hest Cares.
WoUnds, cuts. Swellings
Tky DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS;
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rhe matter will be settled in the courts."
"Did you ever make the girl any prom
ises?" "No, I did not. I talked to her just
the same as I would to the girls of any
"Did you ever change your name or
oropose to run away?"
"What would I do that for? I never
lid such a thing. I have a good home
ind a good wife. I told my wife all
about it as soon as I was arrested, and
my charges that will be brought will be
answered in court. That is all I have
The matter has created much com
ment throughout the oity on account of
the good standing of both familes, and
the trial will doubtless develop some in
AN INDIGNANT WIFE.
She Finds her Husband in Company With
Two Women and Whips the Trio.
Paterson, N. J., July 23. There was
a lively scene ou Straight street, this
city, to-night, in which Sain Close, a
well-known politician of the Sixth ward,
figured conspicuously. He was talking
with a well dressed woman when he
was sudienly attacked by a woman
who was supposed to be colored. In
an instant his assailant struck him sev
eral blows with a cowhide on the head,
sayiuc : "Take that, and that, and
that;" then she began to scratch his
face. She excitedly exclaimed: "At
last I have found you out. You may
not know me in this disguise, but I am
your wife." The woman then threw off
an old bat and shawl which she wore,
when it was plaiuly seen that she had
blackened her faace for the purpose of
disguising herself. Tbe woman proved
to be Close's wife, and she also made it
exceedingly livtlj for tbe two women
who accompanied him. She rlew at
them like a tigress, and proceeded to
demolish their fashionable costumes.
When they broke away from her, the ex
cited wife called after them: "Yon can
run away, but I know you well. I have
both your pictures and they will soon be
in the hands of the police." The fright
ened females soon disappeared iu the
crowd. Mrs. Close theu turned her at
tention to her husband again, and was
marking bis face with her finger nails in
a terrible manner, when he knocked her
down with a blow of his fist. The crowd
cried "shame," and Close attempted to
escape from his wife, but she followed
him np closely, and a policeman appear
ed on the scena. Mrs. Close, ou being
threatened with arrest, went to her
home, while Close disappeared down a
aide street. The affair was witnessed by
a large crowd of people. The couple
are young and have two small children.
KILLED HEU TWO BABIES.
A Woman's Sad Misfortnne Causes Her to At
St. Joseph, Mo., July 23. Mrs. John
Oniera, wife of a wealthy contractor, this
morning took her two daughters, aged
3 months, from the crib into her bed to
play with them. She fell asleep, and on
awakening shortly after was horrified to
find she had rolled over and suffocated
both babies. The poor woman was so
frantic that she seized a dagger and in
flicted a severe wound on herself, trying
to commit suicide. She is iu a critical
EXCLUSION OF CHINESE.
China Has No Idea of Adopting Retaliatory
San Francisco, July 23. "It is all
nonsence to say that tbe Chinese govern
ment contemplates putting in to oppera-
tion any retaliatory measures against
Americans in China, by reason of the
passage of tbe Scott exclusion act," said
Dr. Dudgeon last evening. The doctor
has been a resident of Pekin for the last
twenty-eight years, and his position in
tbe Tung Wen college, and adviser of
the privy connoil gives him unusual
facilities for knowing the true feeling in
Pekin in this respect. Said he! "As soon
as the news of the passage of the exclu
sion act was received in Pekin, the go
vernment commuuicited at once with
Chang Yen Hwan, Chinese minister at
Washington, and on receipt of his reply
the matters of retaliation was considered
by the imperial council. There was but
one member of the council who favored
retaliatory measures, all the other mem
bers considering that suoh action on the
part of the Chinese government would
be undignified. As a matter of fact ve.y
few Chinese come to Amerioa from tbe
northern portion of China, most of them
being Cantonese and from other south
ern cities, and therefore the subject is
not one that interests members of the
imperial government as much as people
Two firea in Spokane Falls on
tbe morning of July 23 destroyed
S197.375 worth of property, which
was covered by ouly &87,000 insur
ance. They were the work ot fire
bugs, aud the city has offered a re
ward ol 8500 for their arrest and
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