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rgATUKD AY;: OCTOBER , ft, 1880.
SPECIAL NOTICE. ,?
WJTi " SSiS-- 7. r. -, by a.v. J. 1.
rhuwk ftmffc. Rev. S. P. Warren
,r n lee held In the Baptist Church, en the
pKond Ruudiy of saca saonw, at u a. a. ana i r. a.
Boptirt raarraW-tWvlces the rst Sunday f
MO DWWli m I " " -- " "
-" l-ruutt, pasKiT. . - - ' .: ' '
Cumbrriand rrcaVylertan Ckink Services
enry buo.iy at l, a, a., ana l, r. -, ounaj
t . -a I'm tud services every Wednesday at 1, r. a., la
. lalL oa Watar stnet by Hev K W.Movrison.
meet Mcond and fourth Saturdays of saca
' 'rLl-s, , , ... - f.K. Jom, W.M.
f f 1 "
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sets every Thursday at TM, r.
I. O. U. T. MM ll-Ui LadS . Ml
taiucvary Saturday a 7,so r. a. ....
Fur fruit sad vegetables, call at the butcher
NoVKX Your latter will receive attention
Staeted. The comer stone of our City
flail was bud last Tuesday.
For Lead, Oils and Colon, call at the City
Xrng Store, Weston.'
' ATTKVDAVCK. The areraga attendance at
i tht public school is about fifty.
l Visit. Mrs. Lounabury, of our city, has
u to Portland to vUit her parents.
V - - a
fclri Til TV P XTilt Ttmull liait a. turreA
jd saddle stolen Wednesday evening. .
t'HOToanxrnv The place to get a good
I'gruph is at Palmer's Gallery, Milton.
'I H . . , ., , , -
I 11. foot oil ia the chief in putrid sore throat
I ir dhtluriH. Fur aala bv kfeCull and AIU-
'. BuNK.s. All kindsof legal blanks deeds,
ruonztxe, summons, 4c for sale at the Lea-
1B ullite. ; .
' f .
HfiTixa. Winle Van iVormington is
wty tUyiug iiimro.1, he sells as cheaply as
evcr. See his ad.
Co ERESCB. M. E. Church South, are
iuwsoiding conference in itiis place. ve
' vvill gie a full report next week.
PERSOKAU We acknowledge calls from A.
F. Parker, of the W. W. Statesman and Rev.
Mays 6f the W athingt on IniUpeiideiU.
C.i'yp."Th St. John's Hotvse will be
peiit -i wi-.d t'na gntndeat Itail of the city.
vthin j done by l-.al .e s by R, A. John.
JinicK. -Tbo r.
Ivi-.k buildings t he oc-J
-i'Viri h J. E. Ji'UCf, hid. : :.r?, utitl Duseiv
bury ijjy..hav the .hjefe. oijjjcompleted.
A i)3mi"" :
ion proposed by Kcl-
j Jay Up. J. E. Jones would respectfully
rtuiind his patrons that he needs money.
;Tiit bills are all made out. Call at once aud
. '', School. The fall term of our public school
tOpenei but Monday. This being a free school
to all children belonging in the district, there
is everv reason to hone for a eood school.
Am?:!,-).. -V:. a Vv uli.vn.ni and Irvine
a'..;ii .:(ti.'e )'..; (;.wii'.ftl IJsnaack and
.Ei..:!''h I lls ti t Saturday i vining. The
nhuiicc Wv'i attentive n enthusiastic, com
.p.isinj many ladie
IToti'L. Centerville now bonus of ono of
jt the most commodious hotels in Eastern
,Ctegon. The building is just finished and
-neatly furnished. Mr. Froome is obliging and
aUentive, and we recommend the St. Nichol's
to the public.
Marble Works. D. J. Coleman, Walla
Walla, is proprietor of the Marble Works, ni
prepared to furnish Head Stones.Monuments
and everything else iu his line, at reasonable
rotes, B. F. Mansfield is agent for Center
ville and Weston, and is authorised to lake
.orders and give receipts.
The Best Way to Kill Squirrel. Pro.
vide yourself with a package ,of I.'olmu' Squir
rtl Poiton and have all the boys and girls go
.after em. It will clean them out sure. Put
.up in large packages amd ia the cheapest and
.best in the market. Made and for sale by H.
E. Holmes, Druggist, Walla Walla, or to be
had fiom your nearest Druggist.
w. u. Jameson. watch-maker and jew
ler, corner Main and 3d St. Walla Wallaa
solioits your patronage Having 17 years
practical experience and keeping competent
.workmen is his employ, is prepared to do
-ne watch repairing, jewelry work, seat cut
ting etc, promptly and at reasonable prices.
Watches, Clocks, Sctacles always in stock
and sold cheaper than any other store
The Eatey Vnraa,
This fine instrument is now offered for sale
.on easy terms, delivered to customers in any
I'art of the country, and fully warranted for
five years. The W EBEU and other first-class
Pianos at the lowest prices.
Also sheet music and music books. Orders
by mail will receive prompt attention. In
Btraments tuned and repaired. Price list sent
on application. Address all orders to A.
Stanley, Walla Walla, W. T.
Here's your "Jtems," anil if this be treaaon,
the most of ijb. ,!. '. - -
For quite awhile past, John Miller, John
Frazier, Forsyth and others hare been ou the
sick thst. All are now recoverinn.
Noaalouus, no trust, no bust, mo fights.
Temperance and non-temperance navo bad
quite a bout in the "sweet farewell.- ana liti
gation ran np to 513 taren&eit. as yet, we
shall predict no uncommon result. Une of
our Justices has worn a bole in one side of
his coat, carrying Blackstones "Innocence
Van Wormington and Spencer have gone to
Camas Prairie to select their winter's meat
deer, bear and elk. They'll succeed too.
The Nichols' Brother's are doing swift work
on Dr. Weston's new building. They're the
phallows" to move lumber. Presto, change,
and np goes the structure.
Away from "Hepsedam to Beersheba comes
the oniiuous sound : Prepare for the new
County seat at Milton. Aye, aye, we're at it.
Wo propose killing two birds with one stone.
In contemplation of President Hayes' visit to
our town, we shall move the western bluff
now frowning upon our beautiful city, just
back to Dry Creek, so the President can't
"run a bluff on us, and when the historical
event shall have transpired, the void can be
filled up with a "Court House !" Sabbe ?
Mr. Blake, uncle to our esteemed fellow
merchant, Williamson, is visiting with us
from San Franciaoo. We trust he may be able
to carry away a good report of us when he de
Wilbert Kirkman's hardware aud tin store
is in a flourishing condition. Good. Wilbert
keeps himself pretty "close together."
Any man who takes "Uncle Mac. for an
idiot, slips np muchly on it. No man in our
town reads more, talks nearer to the point, or
has any more friends than "Uncle Mac." If
he is a Garfield man, that's hisrtijrAi, and "by
the eternal" he stands up to his knitting
against all odds. Hands off, gentlemen.
There was a fruit vender here last week
from N. J., wha was hunting a place to dump
his cargo. Some fellow in Kane county, Pa.,
told him to drive right here, that apples, to
mutoea, etc., were worth 83 J cents par pound ?
It makes Moss, Ireland and Crow, and legion
of others lauh, and faff, and laf ; to think of
the sterile reputation our Kane Co. man had
given this Eden. Why of "sich" productions,
this seation groans with abundauce.
Lamson, the carpenter is flitting around
here again as busy as a bee accommodating
aglndid workman, and willing too. "Don't
you forget it."
Jimmy I'razier is married. Miss Helen
White is his happy bride. May their lives,
as one, hereafter be flecked with pleasant
places a numerous as snow-flakes when win
ter'snoanf pillions shake the jyhite down in
the sir. -
Jumes Button has gone, to the "upper
country, " to look after matters iKirtaining to
his ranch up there.. &ieh geniyj .citizens as
"Jim" aie always missed when not among us.
' 'ail to notice the wholesale prepara-
tiori a.. making ou his lot. See
the ni. e ffciivc, . . i. . ;. bran, aLani,
bang, spnckiu iie"-v S'Ati'ie, .i I - (?)
jp't Kova a wine-awake man, ani '
l;iuif 4o b'p build up Miito: !
Cag8lt4tfrX' hoe nt-are has tt.e saws
location it 'jail three ZltOiitlia ago. Don't ref
lect your ''.joU-." when so gooJ a man a Pat
terson ia in our midst to do "awl" ir. his pow-
cr for it. He is crowded with wi.-rk. Tbitt't
Several parties have mvyed in-tn tow-a for
the purpose o gaining school advantages. T.
Moss, Mr. Oliver, and .others. That's right.'
Good schools, good teachers then follows
good bnys and girls, after which, we have a
reasonable riuht to expect good men and
women. But if you want all this, don't squeal
poverty when a tax is to b voted to support
them, and then go and spend ten times the
amount that taxation would impose, in a game
of poker, or something else equally as extrav
agant. A good substantial common school
education is quite a legacy within the power
of all, to bequeath to their children, and pavs
an enormous premium to the holder, with lit
tle chance of becoming squandered, compared
with which, no oher source of money getting
Blue Bibbon meeting every Monday night
at the M. E. Church. We've seen them flash
out like powder in the pan. We've seen them
flicker, flicker, and flicker away like a caudle
winding up its lost vestige of grease. Then
we have seen them turn into something else
less formidable than aewine machines at a
charity meeting, and wind np with a big sup
per for those who had plenty and wanted to
make the biggest cake, and nothing for the
sick who needed the physician, and temper
ance ''go-a-begging!" Yes, we've seen all
this, and worse, and still have nothing to aiy
against our lied Kibbon club even pray
jur Hi success i our uvi out your pri'iowion,
and don't neglect your calling, or you'll hear
something drop. MILTON.
Umatilla Ceunty has the following Hancock
and English Clubs, organized in the following
Weston, W. T. Williamson, Sacretary.
Heppner, Geo. W. Rea, Sec.
PendUtoo, L. B. Ccx, Sec.
Big Grea-ewcod, R. II. Simpson, See.
Centerville, C. P. Davis, Sec.
Milton, W. P. Palmer, See,
On Wednesday last, to the wife cf
Jones, a daughter weight, 10 pounds.
To the wife of Geo. ProebsteL last
day. a daughter.
To the wife of S. R. Caplinger, on Tuesday,
the Sth inst., a daughter weight, 8 pounds.
Carfleld and Han cork.
The fight between Garfield and Hancock
will be a bitter and determined one, aud how
it will end no one can foretell, but any one can
foretell the result of a fight between the worst
case of backache or kidney complaint and the
Oregon Kidney Tea. The latter never fails
to conquer. Sold everywhere.
Ust af Jnrora.
The following named persons were drawn
the 6th inst., by J. B. Keener. Countv
Clerk o Umatilla county, Oregon, to serve as
jurors, at the fall term of Circuit Court to con
vene at Pendleton on the 25th of October.
R G Thompson, stock raiser, Pendleton.
Henry Arrowsniith, farmer, Alta.
H C Smith, farmer, Alia.
Wm xyd, farmer. U B Creek.
Jackson Edds, farmer, Alta.
J B Straight, farmer, Heppner.
John! Walker, farmer, Weston.
Frank Gable, farmer, Heppner.
John Barker, farmer, L B Creek.
Able Miller, farmer, Alta.
F A Newman, farmer, U B Creek.
James Jnnes, farmer, Heppner.
U Garred, farmer, Milton.
WniWilloughb, farmer, Centerville.
Hiram Fleckingpr, farmer, Grease wood.
C K Barnliart, tanner. Pendleton.
Robert Jamieson, farmer, Weston.
S Lelande, farmer, Heppner.
B F Mansfield, mechanic, Centerville.
D K King, farmer, Greaaewood.
J B purdy, farmer, Weston.
Henry Platlmrg, farmer, L W Creek.
Jerry Despain, stock raixer, Pendleton.
J N Stallcop, farmer, Milton.
I T Reese, merchant, Weston.
M E Folsom, mechanic, Pendleton.
John Morehouse, farmer. Weston.
Z B Owens, farmer, Alta.
C B Cochran, farmer, Heppner.
J M Hicks, farmer, Alta.
P U Thompson, fanner, Pendleton.
Pekdleton, Oct. 5, 18S0.
Eds. Leader: N. T. Caton, of Walla
Walla, delivered a convincing address to the
Hancock & English Club of this place, on last
Friday, evening. The Court House was
crowded with attentive audience and we pre.
diet many a Republican was convinced of the
error of his way.
Your many readers will remember the men
tion, a few weeks since, of the larceny of 30
watches from the store of H. Dunphy of this
place. On the morning after the robbery of
Mr. Stanley, as mentioned in last week
Leader, our efficient deputy sheriff, A
Starkweather, went out on the hills north of
town, to the scene of the robbery, where he
found the tracks of two men, fallowing these
he came to a badger hole, which attracted his
attention, and on examination 17 of the above
mentioned watches were found to be concealed
therein. Things moved on quietly until last
Saturday when a man by the name of Emrey
was arrested, charged with the larceny of the
vatches. An exciting examination lasting
three1 days, followed, when Hon. W. C. La
Dowj the Magistrate before whom the hearing
was pending, held the "bird" to answer on
the charge of larceny. And strange as it may
6eeml, there is another man w?u is so very
diffident as to wait until the sheriff invited
him to dine.
On yesterday evening, an audieoos of 15,
met at the Court House, under the name ana
style of a Garfield and Arthur club, aud de
clared themselves staunch supporters of a
The new hotel, after all the talk, lias not
opeucd yet, but that does not hinder the
painting oa the inside, and particularly in the
bar room from being the finest we have seen
for luany day. The furniture, also, is by
xpensiye than we expected to see.
. "-nswick is holding a series
of niiestUg3 at ii....
literest ia hting
Gabriel only can rails."
(uXTKkVILLE, C: , Oct. 5, i8c0.
pursuaiii-e of previous noti-it;, quiis a
niimilicr assembled jtt tlie school house for iho
puiio.'-e cf organizing m Hancock mm English
Club, and suck other busiuois -aa w oulil ad-
vauca the Democratic cause.
The house was called to order by Jom Stench.
Ou motion, John H. Iryine was chosen ns
Chairman and C. P. Davis as Secretary of the
On Biotios of Jos. Steech the Chair was em
powered to appoint a committee of three on
Permanent Organization. The committee
consists of Jos. bteach, AL Johnson and J. C.
On motien tbe Chair was empowered to op
oinf a conimittee of three on Preambles and
Resolutions, including the circulation cf the
Roll. The committee eopsists of Al. Johnson,
J. II. Wottenberger and C. P. Davis.
Being no" further business, Judge W. S.
Crawford, of Weston, was called for, and re
sponded with a brief but telling speech. He
portrayed the characters of Garfield and Han
cock so that any fair-minded mau could choose
between them, lie closed by appealing to
the Democrats to work with might and main,
so that when we go to the polls next month,
tee may easily walk off with the victory,.
On motion a vote of thanks was extended
to Judge Crawford for his address.
On motion the Secretary was ordered to
send a copy to the Weston LEADER and Eatt
Ortyonian for publication.
Being no further business the meeting ad
journed to meet next lnursday evening at 7
p. m. C. P. Davis,
Milton. This town is keeping up with
the times, and in nothing is this more observ
able than the post office. Mr. Gholson has
(Cone to considerable trouble aud expense to
keep up with the increased demand, aud his
office now presents a neat, tasteful and con
venient appearance. A larxe number of new
boxes have been added, to accomodate de
mands. And to crown all, Mrs. Ruby Car.
penter has been secured as assistant. She
possesses all the qualifications of system.
promptness and memory, and thus patrons
are satisfied. People should always patronize
their home office, aa it's business is usually
accepted as a criterion of the growth aud pop
ulation of the community.
Remember. Mr. Kassou Smith of Center
ille, has now on hand, a complete stock of
Hardware. He is also agent for the "Supe
rior" Stove back, warranted for fifteen years.
Call and see for yonraelves.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the first
Monday iu November, the Board of Equaliza
tion will meet at the office of the County
Clerk of Umatilla County, Oregon, to public
ly examine the assessment rolls and correct all
errors, etc. Wm. Russell,
To Land Hunters !
Persons wanting land between Pendleton
and the Columbia river, should call on
TV. W. Cavlness,
at the head of Cold Spring. Also improved
lands, at all prices, for sale. 9-2-80-tf
ST. NICHOLS HOTEL
New House. New Furniture.
Stages Stop Here.
Board, - - $1 per day.
The Best Table la the Country.
Oct to JA9. FBOOME.
GRAND OPENING BALL
St. John's Hotel,
On the 1st day of November. A geneial in.
vitation extended to all.
Tickets, (Ineladlng Sapper,) $4 00.
There will be no time or money spared to
give satisfaction. The dancing will be in J.
E. Jones' new Brick Building.
In the Circuit Court of th State of Ore
gon for the County of Umatilla :
Lynch Vanderpool, plaintiff, vs. M. E. V&nderpool,
To M. E. Vanderpool, the above named defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, yon are
hereby required to appear and answer the.coinplaint
filed against you in the above entitled suit, within ten
davs from the itate of the service of this Summons upon
you; ii served in this County, or, if served in any other
County of this State, then within twenty days from the
date of the service of this Summons upon you; or if
served by publication, then on or before the first day of
the next rerular term of the said Court which will be
begun and holden at Pendleton in said County and
State, on Monday the 25th day of October. A. D. 1380.
And if you fail so to appear and answer said complaint
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for tbe relief de
manded in his complaint herein, namely : A decree of
said Court dissolving: the marriage contract now exist
ing between tli: plaintiff and defendant, and for sucn
other and further relief as is equitable in the pemises.
Att'y for Plaintiff.
Published by order of Hon. L. L. McArthur, Judge of
nTd Court, made at Chambers on the 17th day of Sept.
1330. Sept. lS-dv
LanB Office at La Gastrin, Ogn , Cct 4, 1SS9.:.
Notice is hereby qiven that the following named set
tler has filed notice of his intention t make final proof
in support of his claim, asd set w final entry thereof at
tbe expiration of thirty days from & oat of this notice,
via: . -
U HAMILTON GANS.
Homestead No. 758, before the County Judge, ai fff
ton, Umatilla county, Oregon, on November 12th, 1880,
for the S E of Sec 26, Tp 6 N, R 85 E, W M, and names
the following as his witnesses, viz : William Clark, of
Hilton, and G. W. Henderson. Lewis Ram bo and J. B
f Weston, all of Umatil'a county, Oregon.
Hekst W. DwidHT.
. iHD OmcK A7tA.';&AiIIK, f.'n,. Auj. '.
Notice is hen:by ir'.vcn that the ioHowjn .
tiui- lias filed notice ot hits mUxtio to make C.-i-J. y.rcai
in sunoort cf hiii claim and secure final entry thereof at
the expiration of thirty dajs from lac d&te of this notice,
JOHS F. MOCK,
D. E. Vo. 2152, tv'are Dwitrht St L'ailey, Notaries Pub
lic, at Pendleton. Oregon, on November -'id, 1680, i!or t ic
W t or nut ana t jm ioi sec- jp ifl, a su c.
and names the following as hii witcesECs, viz: Crus
C Shumway, Luther V . Place, Nathan Sams feod Jii.-ub
llemens, an oi nekton, umatuia county, vreran.
Hkkst W. Dwiohi,
Oct S-$w fiegistcr.
Laito Ontcs at La Grande, Or., Sept. 7, 1830.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named set
tler has filed notice of bis intention to mike final proof
in support of his claim, and secure final entt7 thereof at
the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice,
JAMES H. DERBY.
D. S. No. 1952, before R. A. Steel, a Notary Public, at
Weston, Umatilla county, Oregon, on November 3d 1830,
for the SE 1 NE J of Sec 12 Tp N R 37 E and 8 I NW J
and SW J NE 1 of Sec 7 Tp S N, R 38 E, and names the
following as his witnesses, viz: Thomas P. Page, of
Walla Walla, W. T., and John W. Jones, James Gunn
and Willis Osborn, all of Umatilla Co., Ore on,
Hehrt w. Dwioht,
Oct 2-5w Register
I Aim OmcB at LaG&axoe, Or., Sept. 16, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that trie following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
roof in suDDort of his claim, and secure final entrv
hereof at the expiration of thirty days from tbe date of
tma sauce, viz:
Preemption, D. S. No. 1720, proof will be taken on the
2Sd day of October, 1880, before R. A. Steel, a Notary
ruonc, at weston umatiiia county, Oregon, xor tne
NW1 of Sec 18 T 6 N 34 E Willamette Meridian, an
names the following as his witnesses, viz : Levi Kid-
well, Willis Keeper, Andy McEwan and Enos Goodman,
all or (,'enterviue, Oregon. a. W. dwioht,
sept, ?w ueguter.
land OSes at LaGrande, Or., Aug. 31, 1880.
Notice is hereby given that the following; named set-,
un uw uim uuutt ui aim UIWUUUU w uimm.K hum yiwi,
in support of his claim, and secure final entrv thereon
at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this
D. 8. No. 1,835; before R. A. 8teel, a Notary Public, at
Weston, Oregon, on Oct. 11, 1880, for the N4. Si, sec.
35. T 6 N, R 35 E; and names the following as his wit
nesses, viz: C. C. Boon, Aaron Miller, 11. V. B. norm
ington and Samuel Lamdin, all of Milton, Umatilla Co.
uregon. a. vy. vwioht,
'CI ICE IS HEREBY GIVFJI THAT JAMES
Kalian has this dav made aoDlieation to pur
cuaee under the act of June S. 1878. entitled. "An acl
for the sale of timbered lands in the States of California
Oregon, evada and Waahmcton Territory, tbe fiv
of Sec. 14, TIN, R 36 K. Final proof and purehaae
to b made at the expintkm of sixty days' publication
aereec , ana winuo ainety says from aa nereoi.
Dated August 3, 1880. Register.
NOTICE 18 TIEB.EBY OVTES THAT AMBROSE
ikldnken ham thU rt&v mik nmlication to pur
chase tinder the act el Coogren approved June Sd,
lain, eauuea "An act lor tne sale Of umoer uuiua w
the Statee of California, Oregon, NeTada and Washing
ton Territory," for the SwJ of Nwi of Sec: TS,
ESI , Willamette Meridian. Fun proof will be
made at the expiration of ninety days from this dutc,
Lauraade, sept, a, loSJ. a. w. jjwioht.
OTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT J. C. MED-
loek has this dav made aoalleatioa at this office
to enter, under the act of Csngress approved June 3d,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timbered lands in
the States of California, Orenoo, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," to sj, w sec. za, x n, k aaat.
Given under mv band this 0th day of June 1880. at
the U. 8' Land Office at LaOraode, Or.
H. w. Dwfsar' Register.
mands to col
lect all Notes
Due Us- We
notice that all
debts due us
PAID AT MATURITY.
If we have ever accom
modated you in the past,
do us the favor to return
the Compliment now.
SALINC & REESE.
;L . x 1880,
Mutual Insurance Co
Income 12 Months,
Premiums Since Organization,
Losses paid since Organization,
Lossas paid in Oregon in 7 'years,
This Company has bad for more than 7 years,
On deposit with the State Trenaurer of Oregon, for the
jsecunty oj oucy-noiaerv.
The "HOME MUTUAL" ly pur
suing a correct, prompt and honorable
course has secured i&e position of tine lead
ing Fire Insurance Company on the Pa
cific Coasty and lias for years done the
largest business of any of the Companies,
Local, Eastern, or Foreign in California,
and being independent of all rings, com
binations or compacts will accept good
business at the lowest possible rates, con
sistent with undoubted protection and cer
tain speedy indemnity to policy holders.
"Ripe in its time, firm in its judgment,
equitable in tlie measurement of its gifts."
GEO. L. STOEY, Portland, Manager
Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
SUPERVISORS FOR OREGON.
C. H. LEWIS of Allen & Lewis.
J. McCRACKEN of J. McCracken Co.
P. WASSERMAN of P. Wasserman 4 Co.
a. P. McCOLL, - Weston
M V. WORMINGTON, - - - Milton.
M. A. CARK1S, - - CcntervilUe.
nal, published every Saturday, at 622 California st. S. F
FRANK M. PIXLEY,
ThLV. M. SOMERS,
The AaooKAtrr is essentially a California Dubllcatlon
bright, breexy of the Pacific and the medium of the
good things of current literature. Sent, post paid, to
any aaures., upon receipt ee.uu yearly subscription.
' Once Used Always Used
PESrTS HAMBURG TEA.
. is the best familv medicine, and will he found on
; trial to be the most easy, natural and comfortable
aperient obtainable.- ,
FUSE'S HAMBURG TEA
i will act ecntlv on the bowe's. remove wind, cure
'. heartburn, sour stomach and duokness and promote
a healthy secretion of bile.
FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA
i is the most effectual remedv for headache, ff-lddiness.
nervous depression, palpitation of the heart, lassi
tude and general aebilty.
CURSE'S HAMBURG TEA -
i will relieve the worst cases of rheumatism and roat
prevent gravel and stone in the bladder, and cure
all diseases of the kidneys.
1 . eives speedy and durable relief in bilious and liver
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spirits and irritability.
FRKS E'SHAMBURQ TEA
is invaluable as a remedy for the ptlos. Ittnsbcea
toyed for manvyeanand has given great satisfaction.
If yon are afflicted try it.
CRESS'S HAMBURG TEA
Durifies and desasea the blood, and removes all
j scrofulous affections. It is health-giving, refreshing
FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA '
. has an established reputation asanedcaciocs remedy
! for sudden and severe colds,eodghs fevers and ague,
. asthma and phthisis. '
FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA
. cures chronic, nervous and sick headache, nervous
' depression, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, pimples
! on the face and freckles.
r-RESE-S HAMBURG TEA
is a trentle laxitiveand tonic: Improves the appetite
: cures dyspepsia, and counteracts the effect of mala-
FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA '
cures constipation, diarrhoea aiid dysentery; is ccr
. tain in results, and corrects all disturbances of the
f stomach and bowels.
fTRESE'S HAMBURG TEA
is a Dleaaant remedy for boils, carbuncles, blotches.
; ulcerated and running sores, scabs,salt rheum, and. '
glandular swellings. !
FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA j
is used successfully for foetid breath, scald bead :
ringworm, itch, prickly-heat, cancerous ulcers and. j
skin diseases generally- . j
FRESE'S HAHBT7RO TEA
hu noeaual in the entire nnn of the Ph&rm4cnnia.-;
alternative, carminative ana ;
FBEBE'S HAHST7SS TEA
gives a tone of health and elasticity to the whole,
system and will prevent almost any disease if usad
at least once a month.
is a ti
triumph in medicine: harmless vet efficacious.
Invaluable in the family, at the mines, on the road,
at sea, and everywhere.
CHEESE'S HAMBTKO TEA
the best medicine for chidren. As a Snrinff rem
edy nothing comes near to it. Everybody should
use it at the ohangeof season. . , -
EMIL FRESE'S HAJIBirBS TEA
is for sale by every Druggist, Grocer and County Mer
chant on the Pacific Coast. Sent 18 6m
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"The Kmrch and Home.1'
A Religious Journal Devoted to
Issued Monthly at Weston. ;
Every Family Ought to Take it.
0rerms, $1.00 Per Year.Ea
BET. E. W. HOBKMON Editor.
RED1NGT0N & CO.'S i
FLORIDA WATER j
FOB THE HANDKEBCKLEF.
ThU article, possessing the most delicate
fragrance of Flowers, is unequaled as a per
fume for the Handkerchief. .
FOB THE BATH.
Used in bathing, it imparts enerpy and
strength to the system, and gives that soft
ness and delicacy to the skin so much desired
SUNBURN, FRECKLES AND PIMPLES !
And, diluted with water, it makes an excel
lent dentifrice, imparting pearly whiteness to
the Teeth, sweetness to the Breath, and rea
ders the Gums hard and of a beautiful color,
FLEAS AND OTHER INSECT3.
The irritation caused by the bites of Fleas,
Mosquitoes and other insects, is instantly re
lieved by the application of RedingtOfl
& Co's Florida Water, and a few
drops sprinkled on the carpet and about the
person not only surrounds you with the fra
grance of a rare bouquet, but prevents i:i a,
great measure the presence of these trouble-.
1 some pests. 9-25-SO-Craj
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