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Legal blank, of all kinds tor
Office at f osunnco.
ALKER & BUCEV,
ANDCOaSSELLOnS AT LAW
. ...hii.'i nl Matter a specialty.
Beal Estate "' " ., .ttendca to. Office over
Attorney at Lav,
WESTON, UIVIAT1LS-A COUNTY, OREGON, 1AY 15, 1885.
,i ,.n,. In the Courts of this State and
-.WL' K L Territory SpecW attention paid to
Washington Territory, "y
Land Otnee miuess md lo.ta.umn.
. i . i i u,.rt:iur will lis fcwoclatod
jZ2ft'Jr ' Circuit or Supreme
Physican and Surgeon.
OFFICE Over the Drug Store, Is
land City, Oregon. sAU culls prompt
ly stetided to.
p K. IJAUKEK, M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
CKVrr.5TIi.lE. - OBEtlOSI.
OIBce at Cook & Ir -ine's Drug Store.
II. W. T. WILLIAMSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Obntctriea and disoaasit of women, a siieciulty.
Owes Ovittt StKiNARan's.
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in com
petition with the multitudo of low tost, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sou only i
cans. Botai, BAJWia Fgwpsa Co., 103 WaUte
Prot. John Ediagtoa is visiting the
schools at this end of the county.
John Hartman was among his old
friends here on Saturday and Sunday.
Proebstel Bros, are shipping large
quantities of their celebrated Weston
Pendleton has levied a general tax
of five mills and a street tax "of two
Ilollis & Cleve of Centervil'.e invite
inspection of their fine stock of general
The amount of fines collected
A BIDDEN TStEASFRE.
"A Pr place, Marguerite!"
sighed Mrs. Arnold, plaintirely,
glancing with pathetic eyes around
the great, gloomy, cheerless roem,
through whose small paned windows
one caught a glimpse of a riew not
A long stretch of barren land,
great sterile fields at right and left
of the stooping old brawn farm
house, which looked as if it were
1 ashamed of its own existence, and
! would hayo hidden from the gaze
I of critical
II. J. WILLIAMS
llcso & Co.'s Drug
pAllcalla promptly attended to.
qeoTw. kixu, m. d.,
Physician and Surgoon,
OIBce over Stoinakcr's store,
WESTON - OREGON.
CalU promptly answered day or night.
In order t- enrich ihn Wfiorl, an-1 tbus impart
freali vijfor t an tMtfccbled t-ytem, stimulate
lliLin: liifotton wif-h U. nati;iii;U imi-vrant,
H isU'ttar'd tjtoniach liit terst, v.li'.uh, by infusing
rnery mW t lie operati.ins of tno stouiuch, pr.i
m.ft'ia, nay, insures, thorough iliestion and aa
iinit!ai.Hi, nitil ctme:uent nutrition. A am tf
a'H;rite, aim ficsn, is mvarianiv i rniin ti
foilow a course of this deservedly jioyular tonie,
w):l h U. in rc ver, a reliable preventive of
For nalc b Uru:gistsand Dealers, generally
Watohmaksr and Jewelar,
Court St., In Djmerfs Drus Store.
Watch ropiirlnif a specialty. Jewelry mide to eTor published. Eiery number illustrated with
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petltt.:les -the best in elio o. W, also ivt-nt lor cuUtion ne, equals that o nil other papers of
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cineerinir, discoveries, inventions and patents
PETTS TV A JIT1!I. We wsJit ldy or gel
preKDlative In every county to Introduce on
gitine, books and other articles, to whom llbcn
TmsreofT..rd. Address The Amerfan Agent
i PublUhors, Ko. 3C1 Broadway,
A five Dollar
5v 'ears for .
JTunn ft Co. have
also had Thirty
hmmbbimm practice ueiuru
the Patont Office, and have prepared
more than One Hundred Thpus-
pnd applications for penuwtbe
Assignment., and .11 other papers ,or
UnTted'siareTV'-nada:: England I. France.
1 v -i i r.y fnrfiira countries, pre-
M parc'dl Sshort Tnotice srd on reasonable terms. dl
t'A Information r.s to obtaining paints cneer- i
information sent free.
fives, as it crouched at
19 lth fot bl a slonin liiii fiavered
T . . ll.i J ! 1L A ' . ' .. . . L B
reuaieioii auring mc muuiu u ayrik witht dead Ttrdure.
Tha Sumrhcrville and Wa'ia Walla
wagon road across the mountains is now
open for travel.
The finest strawberries we have
seen this year we got from Mr. W. E.
Taylor of Milton.
Mr.Thoa. Ray has left at this office
the biggest lien's egj; of the season. It
weighs 3J ounces. . .
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dupuis
and Miss Cera Lamsen were baptized
by immersion in Pine creek, Rev. Tres-
earider of Centerviile cSiciatmg.
II. B. Nelson, the brick man, has a
kiln of 125,000 brick under good head
way. 1 lie tires were lighted last week,
and the brick will be ready far use next
The Normal Institute at this place
will commence b the first Monday in
July. Teachers and those intending to
becoraa teachers should make it a
point to attend.
-Chasing salmon is now one of the
principal piscatorial pastimes. The
creeks in the vicinity of Milton and the
Umatilla are the scenes of this "sports
Mayor White came back from his
sheep camp the other day. From the
effects of dipping he lost fifty sheep out
of a band of 14C0. Canting on the heels
of a severe winter this seems like hard
Ayer's Hair Vigor restores the orig
inal color, by its stimulating actian at
the roots, produces a vigorous growth,
and gives the hair that beautiful lustre
which results only from a strong,
Wilse Coyle was found gnilty, at
Cheney, of assault with a deadly weap
on nnd sentenced to two months inv
prisonmenl in the county jail, 200 fine
and bound to keep the peace in the sum
The cast-iron pillars and lintel for
F. M. Pauly'snew brick store are now
en the ground. The former weigk 1500
pounds and the latter 3900 pounds.
This is somewhat heavier than the ma
terial for buildings en paper.'
Last Friday the Weston public
school came to an abrupt and uaexpect
ed termination. 1 he ostensible reason
given is the prevalence of sickness. Per
haps the diieciors have superior facili
ties for securins; such information, but
if there is much more sickness in the
district now than there has been at any
me during the eight months' school,
I YEA Its'
BJH. AGENT PUB. ASSOCIATION
lt.MKl llllaliun'art.rdt.jr ta Law. r Illinois
Nirouol lulrouucirclna Anaatoaa AoNTin
Ialaxt of LmcRATuBa more extensively Is cmpow-i
ct to enroll liio.ioo Members at a Fee ol 8 1 eucb,
KMllilt;for Association a Kurplus t undof f H0.00O.1
Mla.WO per annum for 3 year., which covers eosfl
the i-abllcjtion of onr macaslne, besides leavlnr
s surplus to be used In l lie publication of a Library
f Docks on Bntnc, Abt, liDOOaTtON, Poal ut and;
Boon Litirai ui!K,wMcli will be furnished to mem-r
tors at X retail price the receipts belrg reinvested;
e other wrtks.Eive an nnllmlted Held for operation.!
ginitll l.e enrolled on tbe Krnsc.iPTioH Boos
smI ( rrtifirfiiriiof nirmbfrnhip (entitling said,
nisoilertua pnld uptsnliari-ipUontoTBa Ambh
Rik AaisTaUaLaxYcr Lrmu'iuufor 3 yenrav
snd all other privileges of the Association.) will bei
Rirw.rni n rn rrrnii'i oi ine oueecripi ion i- i-.'i pi,
fADVAM AfiLf? OF A MEMBEKHHIPi
I A Mild-vi) SubtcriBtton toAm.Aaentforoyeart.
l&cumifl a library of ltooaty,rntblUheaprice
i. tttmvnt on all publications not iswca oy us .
1A dtmnint cn articles adrertuea in Am, yigcm
Liberal tttmxunti on Xetctpapen it Magacine.
A Crrrefprvtimre Lvrentt aniirttnerprMtirgen.
jibiuoaM. DC! Broadway, Kew Yotk.
V 11 V this can be done profitably Is very plain. Af-;
or loi'.CCo pami-s are enrolled, located In every state;
aiul territory, thus giving our msg.zine a thorough,
tMrnriiw.tlnn pnn.l.i.t Inl-NtUOf SnbSCrtntlOn.
will be received at tl a yenri and from the sale
of bocks to iion memliers, together with the corres-;
penilirirli.eTesi-elnibe v.lneof the advertising col-j
limns, trser. s to ns a rni st satisfactory Income.
Ilunrlrrdsof lollnn.Snvrdlndlcoun'sbT thai
S'mpie mvMiiment ofonlv ai-ar,d even for that yoa.
recr'.vr a mssailne uvirl Oil dollar ten timet over.
PeVKOt ft rTltMa 1I1Q1 Btwfc. at lialfprtfete Members;
ftubwribn" Kew as subscription price will again.1
lie liiatutl ut 1 1 a year whan 100,000 names are In. '
I'EHCill AstST rCB.ASBCCUTICa.CEiaiOO,lLl.
PAQSHC STATES fSAP,
CALiEORlliA STATE P'AP,
Ami Oltacr rubllcallons.
For further particulars writo to
n. A. Tennoy,
29 SASSOME STUEET, SAX FEAXCISCG, CAL
.Is lost wtat its cams implies 1 a
rtrdy Vegetabld'Corapouud,- tha
pets directly upon the
Lhe many diseases 1
poitant organ, and
i t u i i-1
;,a. are uviu ia not uUllUCA U IC .t liiu uiuiuai f uyoci"
SPsa-ss; . ver.
Frank McAllister, Johnny Rey
nolds and two Fletcher boys went fish
ing last week over on the Umatilla riv
er. Their luck was mixed. They
caught plenty of lish so they say, but
in fording tha stream on their way home
they got into deep water and lost all
their fish, blankets and camping uten
sils. They paid an Indian to swim af
ter the property, and recovered all but
the fish and one pair of blankets. It
seems very difficult to get a string of
trout to town that will bear inspection.
At the "powvwow" held at the
Agency last week, the Lmatilla Indians
did not give their consent to the act ot
Cpngres-s providing for the open
ing to settlement of part of the
Reservation. This result was anticipa
ted. Whatever may have been the un
biased opinion t tiie Indians some
months ago, it seems certaiu that suf
ficient influence has in the meantime
been brought to bear upon them to in
sure tbe defeat of the measure. The
sources of this opposition have already
been noticed in these columns.
Rev. C. C. Bateman, the Grand
Lodge I. O. G. T. lecturer, delivered an
address on temperance last Thursday
evening at the Baptist Church. He
spoke again ou Saturday evening and
organized a ledge of Good Templars of
thirty-six members. The following are
the officer: Jas. W. Stotts, W. C. T.;
Callie llothrock. W.V. T.; J. K. Beam,
W. S Addie Wil'.ard, W. A. S.; Go.
Campbell. W. T.; Frank McAllister,
W. F. S.;Ja?per Hunsaker, W. M.; El
la Muirison. W. A. M.; Nannie Morri
son, I. G.; Alex. Skee, O. O.; I nomas
Lieuallen, L. D.
CIH KCn XOTICE.
"Let us go into the house of the Lord,"'
rSALMS 122: 1.
Divine service at the First Baptist
Church of Weston, Oregon, on the i- irst
aud Third Sundays in each month,
morninc; and evening. Sunday school at
.", p. m."everv Sunday. Prayer Meeting
i every Thursday at 7 p. m. All are cor
dially invited to attemt these services.
W. 11. Pkuett, Pastor.
o that im
ting tie nu
arise from ii3
Obtained, and all rat- nt Business at
li.mn nr iilirrtiul ntteu.ied to for j;0('rr-
alc fees. Our ctiice is opposite the U.
S. Patent Oliice, and we ctm cbtniu pat
ents in loss time than these remote from
Washington. Send Motiel or I'l-cu-iuy.
We advise as to patentability tree of
charge; and we charge no fee unless
patent is allowed.
We refer, tare, to the Postmaster,
the Supt. of Money Order Div., and to
officials of the U. S. Patent Oince. For
circular, nd ice. terms, and references
to actual client in your own State or
county, write to
A. SXOW & CO
Opp. Pat. Oliice, Washington, D.C.
The Buyers Gctie ia issued Mareb
and Sept., each year; 224 paries, e2xlli
In Time olTeace rrcpare Tor War.
Scarcely any doubt exists in the
minds of scieutilic men about the
appearance of cholera in this count.-y
another season. The extent and vir
uleuce of the d-sease will depend entire
ly upon the sanitary condition of the
country and the physical condition of
the people. Persoas in a perfectly
healthy condition have little to fear
! from its approach. lr. Koch ot lSSriin,
.Hirwi,erita Arnold's s-eft Vrown
ey-ss followed the disconsolate gaze
of her ractiier'B, litsn she choked
back i eob which threatened to
break down the bxxiers of her self-
centrol, and smiled bravely into her
mother s worn, anxious face.
'But, mamma," she cried, "at
least it is our own. Think what
relief to be forever rid of land
lords and exorbitant rents. There
isn't much beauty about the place,
to be sure; but Uncle Jared be
queathed it to you, and since poor
papa could leave us nothing, this
little brown house 'atone stands be
tween us and absolute want. And,
mamma darling, we will soon fit up
the old house comfortably. Wait
until we have familiar objects about
us, these bare floors carpeted, our
piano and books and pictures, tang
some iace curtains betore these
ugly windows, and scatter vases of
flowers about, and with a bit of a
fire in the big fireplaces night and
morning, you will be surpmed at
the change, and pronouncs me a
So you are," said Mrs. Arnold.
loviaglv. "Heaven only knows
what I would have done with you,
my child. Yeu have been my only
comfort in my trials. Such sorrow
and affliction as we have endured
within the past few months! First
yeur poor, dear fathel-'s death, then
the uiscovery that we were penni
less! How my heart sank when
we learned tbe bitter truth and
knew the worst."
Yes, mamma: but 'every dark
cloud has a silver lining,'" quoted
the girl bravely, "and we must not
forget God's goodness, and how,
right at the darkest beur ot eur
lives, when we stood bewildered by
the gloom all around us, we were
informed of this bequest to yen, this
farm in the backwoods of Alabama.
And, although I admit that it is
humble, there's no place like home,
you know. And I prefer to live
in a cabin, untramtceled by the
shackles of debt, than have a palace
home, which, after all, is not justly
ours, and where we would feel
every day of our lives that we were
defrauding papa's creditors of their
just dues. So let us be brave, my
mother, and make the best of the
situation. I will procure help to
work the little farm, and a woman
to attend to the household affairs;
you will teach music and embroid
cry while I conduct my little school,
and we will soon be above want.
After all, we have a great deal to
be thankful for."
And Mareuerite Arnold went
cheerfully to werk to make the old
house as cozy and comfortable as
passible, hiding from her mother's
watchful eyes, the sorrow that was
gnawing away at her heart-strings.
"Alas, the heart knoweth its owr,
bitterness!" and Marguerite could
not tell her mother of her hidden
grief. That Lawrence Allen was
false to her, seemed mere than the
girl could endure.
In comparison with that sorrow,
the evils of poverty dwindled into
insignificance. And yet what
meant the long silence which lay
between them like a shadow?
Jr ur she had not nearu trom mm
not a line, even in long, weary
weeks, ever since he had said fare
well to her, his betrothed wife, and
had gone to Lyndehurst College to
accept the prdercd position or pro
fessor. True, Marguerite and her
mother had removed to Alabama
inimeJiately afterward, but she
knew that his letters would be for
warded to her new address, and al
ready she had received several, but
none from Lyndehurst not a line
from Lawrence Allen. Ho was
false he mutt be false! If a man
loves a woman, and is assured of
her love m return, no matter the
distance that divides them. She
felt this to be true, and her proud
heart quivered with shame and an
guish, to think that she had been
deceived, and that he had grown
weary of her so soon.
But, no matter what she was
fated to endure, ber mother must
not know. Her cup was already
school-house a half mile distant be
came the scene of her new labors.
She worked hard all day, but
when she tursed her back open the
school house every evening, it wa
with a feeling of satisfaction which
once she would not have deemed
possible. "Labor is rest" , some
timos,. and Marguerite Arnold be
gan to believe it and realize it. Had
it not beea for that' aching void
in her heart the belief in her lov
er's inconstancy she would have
been quits costent. . ;
Time rolled by, and jhrea months
ha i passed wnce Mrs.r Arnold and
bj. daughter had tskf-a possession
of the old farm. , 0e day Margner-
ite-returned from -1;"-.. day's labor
to fetid her mother greatly excited,
whiie a look of delight shone in
her dark eyes as she. met her at the
"Oh, daughter!" she exclaimed,
as soon as Marguerite had entered
the cheery sitting-room, "such news!
Only think we have a chance to
to sell the old farm!"
A wondering expression flew into
the girl's fac9.
"One thousand dollars," went on
Mrs. Arnold, eagerly. "A small
sum, but, my dear, it is something
to us, and twice the value of the
old place, to my thinking. Mar
guerite, we will rent rooms in the
village, and with our work we will
be quite comfortable."
"But, raamaia, I do not nnder
. stand. Who has made you this
"Two men strangers here," an
swered Mrs. Arnold. "I have ob
served them for several days walk
ing about tne place quite as if they
"We will reserve our decision
for the present," she said. "There
may be something in the back
ground which we do not under
stand mamma, and
From tha Pendleton Tribune.
Sixteen divorce cases on the docket.
Sheepmen are moving taeir sheep to
Cat. Humphrey has been appointed
assistaet adjutant general, third bri
gade, O. S. M. j i ,
Goy. Moody has appointed J. L.
Killian of Vansycle and R. H. Simpson
ot Helix, notaries public .' ' f !
Henry Stover finished shearing, a
baud of wethers a few days ago, Dim
bering something orti' eighteen hun
dred head from which he got 19,165
pounds of wooL ' That's a ..wool clip
that Henrv k'ht well feef rvSrbf
lhe young folks who attended the
May day ball in Westoa, on Friday
evening last, report having had a de
lightful time. There was a large at
tendance out, the Weston folks did their
best to entertain them and the supper
at the Marshall house was a grand
It does one good to be able to chron
icle one locality wnese inhabitants are
satisfied with the weather as they get
it. That locality is Camas Prairie.
J. W. Downs was in town one day this
week ani assured us that crops in that
locality were looking the finest he had
ever seen, and every one was satisfied
with the outlook.
Monday night last, on a telegram
from Coyote, Coreaer McKay went to
that place to hold an iuquest en the
body of a man found floating in the
river. From letters found on the body
his name is supposed to be Wm. Flinn
and about 40 years of age. From the
state of decomposition the body is sup
posed to have been in the water for
about three or four weeks and to have
floated from some distance np the river.
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Time advertuen by special eontraeV Ml
kaotk-e zb cente 'per Ho.
Aaveraang Dint payaow nrnns' .
All k?al BoOoe will becrswge 7oeeta fur,
square Brat insertion, end CJ costs pay equaeV
eaek soqBt uasertiun . , . .,
Jlonoa. Bisnsie aaBonneeaseaita of With
marr-agss and deaths will be inserted without
charge. Obituary aoticee cbarsad for ae
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She turned suddenly at the seund
of a footstep. The little maid ef
all werk entered, and in her hand
she held a letter.
"If you please, Miss Marguerite,'
Dorothy began, "I jes' got dis yere
letter outen de office."
Marguerite's heart stood still.
Even at that distance her quick
eyes caught a glimpse of a well-remembered
chirography. Was light
coming at last?
With shaking hands she tore the
envelope open and rep.d: -
My Darling Marguerite: I have
been very ill since last I wrote you; my
feet have gone down to death's door;
out God has spared my life, and I am
once more able to write and tell yon of
my unchanging love. But, my poor
darling, our prospects are dark and
gloomy; for, ot course, I have forfeited
my position; the college is supplied
with sufficient instructors, aifd I am
coldly turned adrift. Darling, will you
wait for me until I shall retrieve my
fallen fortunes, and be able to make a
home for you? Your own, always,
Her pale face flushed to a wild-
rose color; she placed the letter m
her mother's hand. Mrs. Arnold
read it slowly.
"I always trusted him," she said
"My child, you will wait for himl"
"Mamma, would it be bold and
unwomanly for me to tell him to
come here? We are comfortably
situated, and he will recover his
health in this country place. We
we need not wait for a change in
fortune's tide. There is a vacancy
over at Clifton, only five miles from
here, which I think he can secure,
Do you approve of this, mamma!"
'Decidedly. Write to Lawrence
and tell him to come."
A fortnight later Lawrence Allen
arrived a pale, slender Bian, with
a grave, thoughtful face and earnest
gray eyes. And a few days later a
quiet wedding took place, and Mar
guerite married the poor professor.
They would live and work for each
other, they said.
A week after the
wedding, the same men who had of
fered to buy the old farm appeared
again, to urge an acceptance of thei
offer. Mrs. Arnold listened eager
"I believe I will accept th
terms," she said.
Just then tbe uoor opened an
Lawrence entered tne room, quite
pale and exciteo.
The would-be purchasers starte
back in confusion, as they saw tha
he bore in his hand a queer, blac
substance, which he carried straight
to Mrs. Arnold.
"Ycu must not sell the place for
a trifling sum, he said in a low, ea
ger tone. "These men are imposing
upon you, Mrs. Arnold. See! 1
have been prospecting aud find
traces of coal. My dear madam, if
my surmises are correct your barren
old farm is worth untold gold."
So, indeed, old Uncle Jared s be
Sjrnp of Figs.
Nature's own trns Laxative. Pleas
ant to the Palate, acceptable to the
Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain
less in its action. . Cures habitual Con
stipation, Billiousness, Indigestion and
kinkred ills. Cleanses the system, pur
ifies the blood, regulates the Liver and
aets on the Bowels. Breaks np Colds,
Chills and Fevers, etc. Strengthens
the organs on which it acts. Bettor
than bitter, nauseous Liver medicines,
pills, salts and draughts. Sample bot
tles free, and large bottles for sals by
W. H. McCoy.
The While House' covers atiou
one-third of an acre, and has cost
up to the present time about
2,000,000. It is modeled after a
castle in Dublin and the architect,
who was a South Carolina man
named Hoban, got $500 for draw
ing the plans. When it was first
built, away back in the nineties, it
cost 300,000, but the British
burned out its insides, and its cost
as since addeu to that sum about
$1,700,000. In it all ef the Pres
idents since Washington have lived
and each lias added to its beauties
and its expenses. I think it was
John Quincy Adams who bought
tne first billiard table which was
used in it. But John Adams' time
it was only half finished and Abigail
Adams used to dry her clothes in
the big east room. Year by year,
however, the furnishing has gone
en until now it is a sort of a muse
um of art and beauty.
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J. Webster was brought np before aa
Austin Justice of the Peace. It was the
same old charge mat useu to ootner
him in Galveston. J fter the evidence
was all in, the Judge, with a perplexed
"But I do not comprehend, Webster,
how it was possihle for you to steal
those chickens when they were roosting
right under the owner's window, and
there were two vicious dogs ia the
"Hit wouldn't do yer a bit of good,
Jedge, for me to 'splain how I catched
dem chickens, for yer couldn't do it
yerself if yer tried hit forty times, and
yer might get yer hide full ob buckshot
de beny fust time yer put yer leg ober
de fence. De bes' way for yoa to de,
Jedge, is fur Ter to buy yer duckets in
de market, and when you wants ter
commit any rascality do hit on de
bench, whar you am at home."
ADAMS MEAT MARKET
Here Is where yon ean get year money's
Beef, Pork, Mutton,
and everything in the line of meats that
the country produces.
J. PROEBSTEL. C. B. PROKBSTK.L, i
Highest market price paid for fat
MAIN ST. - - ADAMS.
quest turned out to be, and its pres-
full of sorrow, and Marguerite de- j ent owner is worth millions. They
termiued to shield her from future j live together now the happy trio
Type-writing machines are coming
into general use among business men
who have an extensive correspondence.
An amusing incident growiag oat of
their use was related to ns recently by a
gentleman of this bcrrougn. He receiv
ed a business letter trom a raaa m a
neighboring county and the reply was
written on a type-writer, j In a few days
the correspondent wrote again to our
friend, prefacing his letter with this
Yoa needn't go to the expense of get
ting the letters printed that yoa send
me. I can read writing."
It IS Inerefore a su. VsK fl.Rrtn illustration i in his recent writincs upon the subject,
itthxto Good HeallN a whole picture callery. Gives wholesala ays: "Under ordinary circumstances
liialiwrnnxstlie' iept in order." A, 5Tices d!reci to umen oa " G?f
InvlTOratea lhe Liver Regulates the Bow- f cost of ev-
Is, Strengthens the System. Purifies th rnuj-,f C i I' j drinfc
Blc.AatistsDiotiori,PreventsFevers.l Ct VVV w fnn
Is a Houaeholdeed An Invaluabla hTTh'e ' winabla
BAOTOSD'l IJvXB XSVIGOSATOil the markets of the world. We will mail
An rperint rf Forts ytan, and TAoa. 8Copy Free to any address upon receipt
londttf TMimoniaU provt it JlertL -j of the postage cents. Let ns hear
sroa SAia BY AIA DSAUtBS T MEDICDrE i Vnm von. Rrsmitrtrnll
feauatfcK; MONTGOMERY WAR D A Ca f d"edu
CTaaW H ax- Uw )yLSni I " Aveaus. UskasvahU. - J free at W. H.
the bacilli, introduced by the mouth,
are destroyed in the stomach, bagivea
a derangement ol this organ Uue to er
rors of diet or other causes, and the
bacillus is enabled to escape the action
of the acid gastric juice and to reach
tbe alkaline intestinal fluid where it
pnliferatcs, sets up irritation, diarrhoea
and all the typical symptoms ot choler
cia seizure" De. Haven's Dyspepsia
Cure i a remedv tnat supplies the acid
that is wanting in the digestive juices ef
stomach. Sample Domes
McCoy's Drug Store.
suffering as much as lay in her
power. So she flitted about the
old house with cheerful, hopeful
words and gentle smiles, encourag
ing her mother as much as possible.
It was astonishing to view the me
tamorphosis in the ugly brown
farmhouse under Marguerites deft
hands: with the assistance of a
in a splendid mansion in the
town of Clinton; while "down in
the coal-mine, .underneath the
ground," their vast wealth is accum
ulating daily. And Marguerite
and her mother give all their thanks
to Lawrence, whose knowledge of
geology had saved them from a
sacrifice of the sterile old farm
stout maid ef all work, it soon be- which had proved to be a veritable
MRS. A. GARDEN
would respectfully Inform the public that she
cas just opened out a tximpicte Stock of
Spring and Summer Millinery
in Mrs. Ashby's old stand on Water St
AND UHTRlrTtMED HATS,
and all the latest Novelties.
My Stock is all new and fresh, and the ladies of
Weston and vicinity are respectfully invited to
call and examine it.
MRS. A. CARDEH.
Proebstcl Bros. Proprietors.
And keep constantly on hand all kWd
oi nun teed snob aa
Jfotice to lhe Public
All persons knowing themselves In-"
debted either by note or book account,,
are hereby requested to come forward
and make immediate payment, as all old
running accounts must bo settled by
April 1st, 1884, or the same will be doli
collected by law. -
the Veston Steam Hour Mill is for rent
or sale. For further rmrtiVnU. .-.l
to the undersigned. vv 9
A sew diamond field has been
discovered by thieves in Brooklyn. In
the stone-yards along the Geo amis
Canal saws set with diamond chips ia
the teeth are used in catting blocks of
brows stone for building purposes.
Sixteen of the bits of diamond, valued
at $100, were stolen from sawi ia one ef
the yards lately, and j from another
twenty-five more bavs beea taken.
came quite home-like. A. man was
engaged to cultivate the barren old
field lying back of the house; a few
flowers in the door-way made a won
derful difference, and betors many
weeks had elapsed, tha place had
undergone a thorough transforma
tion. In tha meantime the old red
A careless critic who waa criticising a
young lady's father severely across the
dinner table, pansed a moment to say:
"I hope he is no relation of yours, Miss
Lr Quick as thought she replied with I perfect satisfaction, or moBey refunded.
the utmost nonchalance, "Only a KyH McCo I
section of mother's by marriage." I "
Bneklea'i Aralea Salve. -
The Best Salve in the world tor Cats,
Bfuises, Sore, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt
ions, and positively cures File., or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Boot and Sloe Maker,
' MAIH ST., CEHTERViLLE.
Tbe finest Boots kept constantly rn
hand or made to order on tke .
REPAIPJHQ DONE NEATLY & CHEAPLY.
H. O- MARSHALL.
Is prepared to do any and all kinds ot
work in his liue. Prices reasonable.
J E. KIKKLAND,
Land busines. ot all klnds-flllnr, prorlnf up,
Ac attended to itb promptness and care. '
Collecting Accounts a Specialty,
GENTS' FINE BOOTS
-3T- -3. jsaaocxTia,
(Soceeam to Simpson), v
B A R 3 E R
t -AND ,
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