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WESTO'l VEHKLY LEADER.
C P. HXOtl. rabllher.
fescco Every Satcrdat MoBNisa,
WEST05, UMATILLA COtTXTY OB.
a. Year, (la advanee) ......... 00
Tun Month. 75
WESTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 5, 1885.
Legal blank, of all kinds lor sale
Office t Fostoffice. "
rALKKU & BUCEY,
..... .n,i t,iM!c Land Matter nmcWty.
BVT n".i.. noIv attended to. OUice over
tho First National Bojik, Court St.
Attorney at Law,
nritl .I In tt,a '('ftltrt. fit thifl St&tO Md
Wasiiltnrtcra Territory, filial attention paid to
Uuid ontcs business and Collections.
om.-e-.'Kala Wesloa. Or.
tVa l -e L. L. Mcrthur will bu associated
with ma In all ray ca. in the Circuit or Supreme
L L ISTEIXISSNCE.
TUB SEASON YSBT.
Physisan and Surgeon.
OFFICE OTcr the Drug Store, Is
land City, Oregon, car All calls prompt
ly n tended to.
11. BAIlICEIt, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON.
Office at Cook k Irune's Drag Store.
W. T. WLLLIAMSyN,
Physician and .Surgeon.
Obstetrics and disaues of women a specialty.
Omci Ovisa armSAKce'a.
Thispowdcrncvervaries. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold ia com
petition with tho multitude of low teat, short
weight, alum or phosphato powders. Sold onlt nr
cams. BotaIi SASisa Pownta Co., 100 Wall-st,
Contractor &:& Builder,
ailumi - Oregon.
I'lans an:! snwi fic.it' ins furnished. Thonujjh
work'nu-TuIiii) Uiirantccd and prices raodjiutt.
JJU. II. J. WILLIAMS
Rfscso ok Co.'s Drug
calls promptly attended to.
EO. W. KING, M. D.,
Physician and Qurgaon,
OlTioe over Stciuaker's store,
WESTON - - - OKKGON.
Calls promptly answered Jay or night.
T I. FLBTCiliClt.
0:7: ;3 at his ran,
71.6 :rj.n. t:y r-
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
emllrtm . - - Oregon.
Court St.. ia Djmrta Druj Store.
WatuH rejvtirtnj a spccialtv. Jtuvc'ry made to
rdr mivl rc'tur- d. All vor!c w.irnui.-id. Aent
r the alIi' u Am- ricAii W.itulK'S, Puuiliu Jcol-
rv Comkk:i and Ki;u'a tvlebrat'f! co.nhii, ition
pt.ff.vloJi--ilie b t in the world; aUu a-enc tor
tit Wtilicraitd Ciiictt rin piano, tho Iiev Aim
tjrtiru o.-ani, C. U. Cuim'ti and 0. Maiuliun'.s
am-Tltt WANTED. Wo want a lady or t
pn utatlT0 In every couotyto introduce on
BsiCfisinc, books aod ether artlcict. towbum ilhen
rrnn itrr off'-n-d. Addrrtm 77ie American Agsnt
A Five Votiur &JZL &vV8for
ILIl. AGENT PUB. ASSOCIA TION
A rmk tK.lli nlluB lltftrl.rrd b) U:. f lltlnuU.
!(W r U1.'! H tlCtitir-I.K'lUX AMhlllCAN At.UNTAXD
3alaxtip LiT.iATTBKnnneexler.:vely IM-rapow-irel
1.1 euro: ioo.uo Moinbers mi a Fpeoi St ench,
ir.Mzl- Kfor As-' rmlKm ftt-urt)us taDtlc.r fuO.CtMi.
i $.5,u.ti p-r khuum ftr 5 year. hn-h cover cott
01 t. i ultUO.-tlt D oi oor nuiv ssii.e, beidru It vti:2
s fin ilua to 1 1 tit l In t lie publ 'est Ion of Library
iCU.M k..n hOEN K, AVT LDIK'ATIOK, Pokl KV HUd
i.D LiTtRAiut K,tirh will bs luriililied tmcm
twishi K tfiAil prue U'SreteinU bctrf reinvested
tn. i If r w rl.s.c ve sn nHn.tte(tfl'ld temper ilcn.
tSrDr- 't i.e n-ilrdt n il-.erncii!Pn.5 Boxa
si d irnHlrnimat iilc i:il:cr-lilp -nuilln(r suid
men, i rrt.-n iinlil uritbrrlpiioniolnAMKn
lo AumAtLirir i lihKAiutxforS yenm
i d tilt it.i r p ivwrtvit l llie Ap(ctstlrn.) h lio
li r-T1- rt. i tt- 'i t i.t H-thnl iiTtp-n'i F' eol
Circait ocart kai adjourned.
Pendleton will celebrate the Fourth
Our Barbecue premise to be a
Alki's letter came tee late for last
Now the Toice of the mower is
heard ia the laud.
11 r. Jno. McLaughlin is dawn at
his Cold Spriug ranch.
If the water in a stream is not fit
to drink, the trout caiigtit in it canaot
be very wholesome diet.
- Mrs. Rogers who lives abont one
mile wcSt of town is putting up a very
large barn another evidence of an an
ticipated big harvest.
The wards "Marshall House" loom
up on the new hotel in letters so high
and prominent tliat the way-faring man
may not mis'.ukc them.
Prof. Geo. E. Owen and family
went over to La Grande last Saturday
oa a visit. Prof, will be back in time
for the Normal Institute.
The Columbia Indians, en Heck
c:eek, Morrow county, are incensed
over the killing of two Indian herse
thieves, and trouble is anticipated.
Frank Knowlton has taken his
milch cows up to the Umatilla and will
k!-p them there until after harvest.
Frank is "camped" at the site of the
old toll gate and it is said has put a
fish wheel in the river at that point.
This id not a sportsmanlike method of
catching trout and besides it is perhaps
Cass rroebstel has had great trouble
with his calves. Tliey ran away and
of course they went towards tbe Reser
vation. Cass had to hunt for thase
Citlves, and of course he had to go to
tbe Reservation not only once, but
many times, for those calves were hard
to find. It is wontleiful how persist
ently he bunted f&r thsni. He would
be gone all day and come home at night
with kis horse as fresh as a daisy. Rut
then Cass is tiyht and easy on a hlrse.
lie always took the same route. It was
the surest wa to iiud them. They
were sure to come to Spring Hollow
sometime. Tid you ever hunt for a
man in a busy town? Weil you know
you may tramp all clay aud not find
hhn, but if you stand on some street
corner you will be almost sure to calch
him, if you wait long enough. Well,
Cass acted on this same principle. He
found a good position en the Reserva
tion asd waited for thoss calves to
That peculiar product of civiliza
tion, the tramp, is becoming quite com
mon in our midst. A few years age he
was encountered only in print. New
ha is l ore a living presence. He is here
too often and too numerous. And what
a poca'htr fellow he is. "He toils not.
neither docs he Dpin and his raiment is
ii. -...i Kint.. iiriri forcicn coantrifio. . ....
Caveats, Trido-Mariis. Corris.-!.ts. 1 a queer compound of impudence, cow-
It. S. C. CU AFT,
P..YS.C.AN AND SURGES
'.cn:o on Main an 1 Calvin
;i;;idi;(l 1 1 tUy or iiijllt
.1. COOK. E. PEOPLES.
COCK St PEOPLES,
"lagan & Carriage takers,
All kinds of Carpentering an 1 V.Y.oJ ork done
o orui;r at rcis jn-.iule rates.
id:EJ3 - - Orcson.
Tlie fine.t Laundry V dmo on th shortest
notice ari l in a styie topical the ni "st faiti'liuus.
coveritia. invention b ecu p.-iteuiij
Kvary numbor illnstratcd vrxia
lazn. Tins publication, furnishes
piicycloiilia oi information wbjch
Tilfl mn:;t,-snnnnlar WfmklV UbWri-
pipor devoted to etiencn. laeklianics, en
frineerins, discovorii3, inventioiiB ftnd patei.ts
evur nuniisiieri. g
ep! end id encravln
fL mtvAlunhlAonouflr.ticvdin nf in
o person should bo wit bout. Tho popularity of
lilfl AMKRlCAN 19 BlU'Q mat 113 v:r-
cuUtion neitr!y nua!i that of ail other paper of
its clans combined. Vrice. .2v)a5e.ir. Ui;:coniit
SnMbvnll newsdealers. IlUH.t K CO.,
I'ubliibors, No. SGI Ilroadway, 1. Y.
tho Patent OiHco, and hvo preparua
a . tilfMiaa !
rind applications ior pi-tenu in tho more varied than jtCreque,
. ,1 B-enriiiL; to
' United 6iit
s,3 Gei-wany nr.
folly civon without charge. Hand-books ot
iSformaticn sent free, f ed
jch Unna & fo. uro noticed m tho facii-at;o
tnmer.tg, aua an wacr pay.- n-r
:ntra, Canada, .England, i-ranco,
:1 OTUCr 1'tuii;m iuuuuiv.,
pared otfbnrt. notice .na on reaBor.auicir.iiis
il cuddii. l:i;ly out door
;:vfcs a glorious Appetite,
part of Itis iise;ise to dislike
American free. The advantage oi sm-n hcmi co a
well mCcwood by all persons who wioh to Upoa
MTT.tI,f,jVi 3Ci Broadway, ow 1 or.
AUVAMACI S CI A ML.IUil USriUM
I A t tiu-i,j' &ui M-r.t.titn ttAn.AveittJt.rritienrt.
s&itt.rif ;o iiliroiyrj lUcktat puUinhed pried
M vttrct, M (it ail .nl?ivutifn$ not i.vrd ly vs
I A titct urt in ar.v If advertised in Am, Agtn:
J ttrn.t titttt tvnt oh irtrj,i;j J.'agottnts,
A f rtrrsf t (:frt e J fffv i m t'.htr j ririteu'es.
II V !M c.-n Too doi e pn llthhly Wyeiy plain. Af
trr itu.ttO MinM-itirrriitoiifd.biCntiHl in every state
and if T.iorj .thus plvti g oor mt:az.iie a thorough
tut rod ttrr en, a onM:.t tiensbe of tuliicrlpilons
lt borrc.iv a t t a yenrt li ft fr in the sale
ot bo k to ii r-mt n't r, t-t t) er with ihecorrev
und La;f rrosT In tbe vnlnt'of the ndTerV!ra col
dippi. iT r u a ii t !ti-fclorv lneomo.
itudrcdanf l).llnrtHnvedtn dconn sby fb
a nip i- n.vrjuit i.i a k l-..inl t-vr fnrtbat ytu
m -vr- r tiiKi'Hrl." v?tfA tht rtoiUtrUn time over.
H oriT riTt" a HXil Km. I t half rW a nrrr
frotTViliff f.uw t:hc:rii;ion price u HI agaia
i.;tcaHt ?Lenrben lot',&"0 names ate In
CA!MVAS3H:i3 V ANTED
CAL1E5.S1A STATE tttf,
Aud Ciiiir r::li:i.;:(liii!t.
For further particulars write to
R. A. Tenney,
20 saxsoku srnnr.T, sax it.axcisco, ca
. Js just wliat its name imclies : a
Ftrcljr Vcget&tlcj'CompoviTivl. tha
pco Gixecuy npoa tie
the Taany diseases
fortaat organ, aad
V 1 9
'1-:i:u k stj'e.
"Let vs go into the lions: nf the Lord,''
TSALJIS 122: 1.
Pi vine eervice at (he First Rtptist
Church f Weston, v'regou, n the First
aud Third Sundays in each month,
morning ami i?vei:ing. Sunday sci'.ooi at
.'! p. in. every iMimhiy. Prayer Meeting
every Thursday at 7 p. in. All'are cor
dialiy invited to attend those servi.-cs.
Yi". II. Pia tTT, Pastor.
- , exercise
and it i:
labr. He has one great redeeming
quality: lie is never a dnje. lie has
mo much sense for that. He loves lib
erty, and light par.ts would not suit
him. He prefers loose habits aud adopts
that style of dress and ideas most in
keeping with his life of freedom. It is
sometimes objected to tbtit he carries
his ideas of freedom too far, and that he
has a weakness for chickens aud other
people's portablo property. Force f
hunger must be plraded in extenuation,
for the genuine tramp would rather beg
than steal. It is to, much trouble to
rob a hen roost unnecessarily, and is at
tended with sonic danger. Tbe tramp
does not like trouble of aai kind, and
it is only when an unsympatnet'.c peo
ple refuse to supply him with tba neces
saries of life that he exerts himself to
live. He hates exertion, if ha can get
up enough energy to hate anything.
Perhaps the tramp was originally a
harmless individual, leading an aimless
existence with the one idea that the
world owed him a living, an idea not
confined to tramps by any means, a
kind of sn amiable nuisance. Perhaps
he was nut cunning and deceitful until
these bad traits were developed by the
distrust and iuhospitaiity of those with
whom he came in contact. Perhaps he
vi as not. cawardly and brutal until he
w::s made so by the kicks aud curses
ef an ungenerous world. Beneath the
loos; and airy costume of the tramp there
may beat a warm aud generous heart
that needs ou'.y the quickeuiug touch
id human sympathy to Jre-pond to tbe
noblest aspirations of which man is ca-
pacle. lint take any man, v.itii whom
"The qrjestioa has ften lcen
asked, 'Why does not th Oregon
State Im migration Board Bend im
migrants to Eastern Oregonr There
is no agricultural land in Eastern
Oregon worthy of note within ten
miles of the track, and such being
the case the immigrant passing
through there cemes ob to Portland
Arriving here he finds every ad
vantage in his favor, and has an op
portunity of making a round trip
to Southern Oregon at half rates.
Ho cn huv a round trio ticket to
Ashland for 20.15, good for 60
days, while to Baker City it costs
$21.55 at present far the same ride,
one war only. If the citizens ef
Eastern Oregon interested in immi
gration matters will make efforts to
secura half fare rates to immigrants
from here to there, they vill re
ceive hearty co operation from Port
land." Tbe s.bove is taken from the Port
land Arew8 of May 20th. There is
more vacant agricultural land in
Eastern Oregon within ten miles
of the railroad than in Southern
and Middle Oivgon, and there are
thousands of acres of the best agri
cultural land at rates that are cheap.
Fine farming land can be purchased
at p-ices from 85 to $30 per acre
in Umatil'a, Baker and Union
counties. We know of largo tracts
of good land that can be purchased
for from 4 to G per acre, that
could be divided and make magnli
ceat farms. The reason that the
immigrant does not step ia the
abovk-mmitinned counties is that
every advertisement in regard to
Oregon sent out by the Immigration
Baard lauds Willamette valley and
Southern Oregon, and nothing of
any moment is said in regard to the
Inland Empire which is second to
no section- of th.8 State.
In the pamphlet issued by the
B'.-ard we believe two farms are all
that are mentioned as for sale in
Eastern Oregon, and Ills Uudits
and praises are for the Willamette
and Southern Oregon counties. Ic
is the Immigration Board's duty to
make arrangements for immigrants
to gft half fire rates to these East
ern Oregon counties as they did for
the Southern Oregon counties. The
plain Anglo-Saxon of the whole
matter is this. The Southern Ore
gan and Willamette valley counties
arer trjiiutary to Portland and can
not help themselves. The Eastern
Oregon counties while anxious to
trade with Portland and do so when
Portland merchants give them good
bargaii.SjCan also trade in Omaha,
Chicago, y5t Paul and Eastern
points. iy havin Southern Uro-
gon filled with a large population
Portland rcap3 the benefit thersof,
U't come what will, while our peo
ple da as they please. As to re'
ceiving co operation from Portland
lu rt2.rtl to immigration it is not
so. Iiiimiomnts that coins from
Portland sy that- when they en
quire in regard to Eistern Oregon
that they do not receive any flatter
ing reports of this section and that
ail the prai.su is reservr-d for other
sections. The above excuse for not
sending immigrants to this part of
trie btate is puerile. Eastern Ore
gon has wot had a fair dt:al for a
long while. At the last session of
the Legislature the valley members
voted against re-ap ortiortaent be
cause they knew that Eastern Ore
gon then would have a representa
tion that would look to her inter
ests. Appropriations were made
for any cheme south of Oregon
City but nothing in this direction.
Gentlemen", get in your best work
while you can for we have the soil,
stock and mines, to make a rich
country and we aro going to have
the population, and mark yeu we
will have a day cf reckoning. But
when we do have the power wo
trust that our people will not treat
anv section of the State in the nar
row, bigoted manner that Eastern
Oregon has been. La Grande Gazette.
lected,e.ve the actual expense ef
collection, is paid into the treasury
and tbe whele body of ike people
is thereby benefited.
Third, by maintaining the in
ternal revenue taxes ihey hope to
secure a reduction of tariff datiss.
Much of the taxes levied upon the
people by means ef tariff duties i
paid into the hands of those per
sons in this country he are engag
ed ia the production ef manufac
ture of the articles upon which the
tariff is levied, while the govern
ment gets, as we said before, all the
internal revenue taxes. For this
reason the great body of the Demo
crat party favor maintaining the
internal revenue taxes;-while the
great body of the Republican party
being in faver of a high protective
.tariff, are in favor of doing away
with internal revenue taxes in order
to have a better excuse for main
taining our present ruinous tariff
system. Democratic Time3.
Eastern Orcson aud Immigration
The steady stream of immigration
which is arriving this spring, is
laigely finding a lodgment in
southern Oregon. The section east
of theCascade mountains ia receiving
few accessions this year. The rea
son that inimi"rant3 are more
favorably impressed with southern
Oregsa is that the people of that
portion of the state have thoroughly
advertised their different facilities,
while the residents of Eastern Ore
gon, have done nothing whatever in
the matter. Pe.hips another po
tent reason and one of great
importance is that the best portion
cf the land in the counties east of
the mountains has been taken from
the publie domain by grants to
railroads or' military roac's. It we
take iutoconsiderationthe thousands
of acres of choice farming spots
claimed by the Northern Pacific
From th, Psndleto, Tribune,
Bishep Morris officiated at confirms
tioa services at the Episcopal Church
in this city, en Sanday last, when the
followiag were confirmed: Mrs. Ber
tha Green, Mrs. j Kitty MoMnllen and
Miss Minnie Woodruff.
The Protestaai Indians oa the Uma
tilla reservation j asts a new preacher
t look after their spiritual welfare.
He comes from! the Indian Territory,
where he had been teaching and pswach
ing to Jaseph'i Indians.
At a regularj meeting ef Damon
Lodge, No. 4,j K. of P., held en
Wednesday evening, the following offi
cers were elected; H. F. Jehnian, C.
C; H. Carl, V. C.; J. .M. Yates, Pre
late aad H. J. Collins, M. at A.
Mr. S. T. Lisle, of UmatiihC aad
Mrs. Nancy . Greenfield, of Multno
mah, were married at the residence of
Mrs. A. M. Stransberry, Columbia
Slough, near Portland the 20th iust.,
Rev. S. P. Wilson, of the M. E. ehnrch,
A campmeeting will be held at Nolin,
eommencing en Sanday, Jnee 7th, and
will continue one week er more. It
will be held in a beautiful grove where
an abundance of good water is te be
had and altogether it is a delightful
place for camping.
On Tuesday night laH Chief Joseph
and his tribe passed through town en
their way from the Indian Territory te
their old home northern Idaho. There
were in all 2G4 Indians and they were
nndcr immediate charge of special agent
Faulkner, and escorted by the military
20 privates, two captains and one 2d
K. D. Stillman, livinp oa the Walla
Walla river just below Milton, last
Sunday evening put bis two horses in
the stable preparatory to getting r
early start for Pendleton whither he in
tended coming the next day. Early
Oie8qmm(l tmto)flrthB&rtteo..j. f.
beb dtliuoaal isaeraon. ....... ,v. ssj,
Two SqtsuM,an twnrrt ...... ....... . t M .
&efi ftdaiuoosj imssrwrn. ................. js
rhre. Squires, first iaswrUosu... ......'. S W
Eack ndditieual iaeertiOB. .nuVJ..,..,.... Lee
One Quarte, Column, fas heewl teu. I M
fcsefa sriditioiMvl lDsarttosv.
Time sdvertiasrs by syeissl Mnsssas. boss
otic S5 osots pw Una.
Advertising bin psyafcle yH
AH fetrsl notes wffl be eWs ft stMs
1s, era inssstlnn. sad Ki
esisn sibes4.Mss inflotftion
tie . ot
iestae will b. iaaarM wiUmss)
nd Dalles Military Wagon Eoad
Co. in Wasco county, we can realize next morning when he waut out to the
how the settler, seeking a place to stame lie louna nis Horses fcaa tieen
make himself a home, can find no stolen daring the night by some one,
inducement to come this war. It since which time nothiag has been
is not because there ere more dcaira- heard ef them,
We locations m Douglas, i,ane and The following marriage licenses were
Benton counties, that visitors at Usued by the ceuaty clerk for the
the board of immigration rcoais see mouth of May: L. H. Powell and Jen
the constant tendency of the lately me Piatler; C. II. Olcett and Ida B.
arrived immigrant to settle m the Real: Wm. T. Bovnton aud Mairsris
southern portion of the state; hut Oid;W. E. King "and Ella A. Khin.
uecause tnai section nas made itseit wat. T. a v..i h t -j;. pin.;..
more generally known, aud also that Xelna Rogers and Austria Dinwiddle!
Tit . r!l 1 1'no '1 rf .. t... !-. Inra rnnil lint I . . .-
" " " I .1 . Is. I.innvill. .ad IH l mn H T.w,
l....,l it. U:.t 1- -t ' J
T l," F, F" v. oi lor aBd Emiiy Crogg) yfm Starkey and
Hattie A. Weston; Z. Honseraad Mel
Vina Itlenaenhull; L,ee liee and l u
Kim; Thes. Calvert aad Mary Kaklin
The other morning twe small hoys
took a satchel belonging to some one
from the platform at the depot and car
rying it off, cut it open. The father of
ens ot the boys found it cut, aad, con
stituting himself jodge and iry, pro
ceeded to try the case, resulting in the
tne public domain. At we were
te invite people to settle in this
country we could not disguise the
facts that we have stated, and we
cannot expct that immigrants will
suffer this inconvenience when they
can settle elsewhere.
For years we have petitiensd
congress for the forfeiture of this
utiPiii-ned grant, but little or bo at
tention has Weon naid to ths matter.
The railroad company which has by ,3C'DS uni guilty and sentenced
kept the land out et market about l" U"J iiui...uilii.
ten years has never built one foot arn- T1,e seotcnoe was carried out
of road, and there is no evidence te the ,elter aud at last accounts the
that it ever intends to build any. bor was doinS 8 wel1 as cou!a e ex
The line of the O. K. A; N. furnish pected ot ahoy who was being deprived
transportation facilities, and it is 6f 1,18 liberty for lorty-eight hours,
entirely unnecessary that another j R. W. Pritchard, of wham mention
one should be built. Ever since was made sot lonz aero of his having
the grant has been made and the been adjudged insane and sent ta the
Und sequestered, it has had a ten- insane asylum, returned last week, hav
deney to send immigrants elsewhere ing beea discharged from that institu-
to stick homes, and in the last few tioa as cured. Since his ret are ha has
years when the flood-tide of iiami- appeared to be downhearted aad de-
gration has uached our shores, our jected, and last Monday giving all his
country has been kept back from money to a lady friend of his, signified
settlement and the deveiopeuient to his intention of putting an end to him-
J? in .
i, 2 2
5: 3 O
s t 5" a , i
s $ g. M
a" Srila g
Jo GTS g S 2,
IS gifs5!! Hh
& is 2 2, f
.9 - . 'r
which it is entitled. How much
longer this will continue is not
knonn, but until something is clone
by which settlers can get titles to
the immense tracts of railroad lands
in Wasco ccunty we can expect
little or no benefit from immigra
self, saying he was tired of living and
departed down the railroad toward the
river. Parties wore sent after him to
bring him back, but although they
hunted tor him all over tuey could not
find h;m, and it is feared that he has
put his threats into execution and mads
awtty with himself by drowning ia the
to that ia
arise froia its
CvABrMpetc. It, U therefore 4
j.o nave uooa Uealui
IheXrver tanstbe Tcept in order.w J
is. sijrrosD's uvra isvigoa.7os.'
Invijorates the Liver, Regulates the Bow
el. Strengthens the System, Purifies tho
Blood . Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers.1
Is Household Need. An Invaluable
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Obtained, and nil Patent Il'tsiiicxs at
home or abroad attt-iult d to f:r woih r
nie fye. Utir tthee i o 'pnsite tbe I.
S. Patent Otiiep, and r c .u obtain pat
ents in li'-s tioiB t!i:,n ti.n ri'iontn tiom i
Wa-hiti'-t Jii. fc-en.i Mudcl r Unnciuq. fortune has dealt unkindly, an
'.Ve advise as to patentability tre? of : by yonr every look aad action that yeu
ihargeaiij we charge no fee V JUtfust and despise him, treat him dis
"aWeeVr!'here,' to tho Postmaster. diufuily, ho.i-.d him off your premiss,
the Supt. of Money tinier Itiv.. and to ! repreach him for his rags aifd sbiftless
ofHciaU of the U. S. Patent OlHce. 1 ot ness, tell bim to go te work but give
circular, advu-r. terms, and references i him Eouei make mm u,(ierstaml that
to actual ciienn in your own oiave
county, write to
CVA. SXOTT & CO.,
Opp. Pat. Oliiee, Washington, D.C.
yon believe he is a thief and a liar, aud
what will the outcome be? The tramp
is, or was at least , human.
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tnd Sept., each year; 221 pages, 81x11$ j ature s own tnu Laxative, rieas
inchts, with over 8,300 illustrations j ant to the Palate, acceptable to the
a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale ! Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain-
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MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
pills, salts and draughts. Sample bot-
j ties free, and large battles for sale by
i W. H. JleCoy.
It seems to be conceded by th:se
who have made the subject a study
that the amount of money now
covered into the U. S. treasury
from collections of internal revenue
aud duties on imports under our
unfair and epprussive tariff laws,
is more than suCicipnfc to meet the
demands cf the government econom
ically administered. Everyone,
we think, will agre to the proposi-
d shew llon tlafc no government is justified
in cohectin a greater amount of
money from the hard earnings of
the people than is necessary to meet
the demands of the government.
Tliese two piepositions being true,
it follows that something should be
done to reduce the bar Jens of taxa
tion which now harig so lieavilv
upon the people. Revenue reform
ers and protectionist alike agree
that a reduction is necessary; bat
at this point comes in a division
among the legislators in congress.
The revenue reformers insist that
there should be a reduction of the
duties levied noon in. ports, while
the protectionists insist that the in
ternal revenue tax must be repeal
ed. The revenue reformers are in
favor of maintaining the internal
revenue taxes for three reasons:
First, the principal amount of
internal revenue taxes are collected
from whisky and tobacco, which are
luxuries and not necessaries of life.
The Myrtle claim in Trail Gulch
has again broken the monotowy in
gold output by sending over to the
Bank ofMurray a ten-ounce nugget.
It contains a large amount of quartz,
but 13 verv heavv for its size.
Jack Enright yesterday showed the
reporter some very rich gold quartz
ef a bluish, nature which was
brought down from a discovery on
Reedar Gulch in which he is inter
ested. He presented a chunk to the
Sun ic? its cabinet which fairly
Here is where yon can get your nanay'a
Beef, Pork, Mutton,
and everything ia the line ef meats that
the country produces.
C. B. rROKBSTXU
A Tiny -Va!ch.
The following is from the New York
A small gold penholder, resting in a
rich velvet, case, lay on a jeweler's
showcase in John street last week. The
end of the holder was shape! like an
elongated cube, and was an inch long.
A faint musical ticking that issued
from it attracted a customer's atten
tion. The jewcl.r lifted the bolder
from the case with a smile, and exhib
ited a tiny watch dial, eae-sixteenth of
Proebstel Bros. PropriUr
And keep constantly on band alt kisveV
of mill feed aueb as
JTotlce to tbe Public
. J1 ,Ir?OD", knowing themselves
debfced either by note or book account,
are hereby requested to come forward
and make immediate payment, aa all old
ranning accounts must be settled br
Snrina and Summar miitiBrvlZXttJ".."
arm W also win
Highest market price paid for fat
MAIN ST. -
MRS. il. GIROEFi
would rpcfully Inform the public that sbe
just openeo ouv a oiupiote &tocic oi
... .. I : u :n .1 ; ., . - - ..-i : .1.. ...
glitters witn the yellow metal, lor """v-"i " 'uB ue
which we return thanks. The find I tween two other diils lost as small
is considered one of the best yet ue indicated the day and the other
made in camp, borne ot the quartz iMtenicrom
will be sent to Butte for assay, ticked off seconds, miautes aad hours.
From one of the owners we learn tM smallest watch ever
that the recunt clean-up of the j made," the jeweler said, "and the only
Missoula Gulch people amounted to j one cf its kind in the world. It took a
117 ounces, which reduced to coin Geneva watchmaker tbe better part of
at 17 an ounce would amount to i two years to fit the parts together so
1,989, one of the best yields that that they weuld work accurately. It
has been obtained in this camu for has been exhibited ia London and
the number of men employed "and Paris." !
the area washed. The product was The works of the watch were so that
from a week's work sround sluicinc ! they fitted lengthwise ia the holder.
In Mrs. Ashby's old stand on Water St.
TRiaKED AND USmUlMED HATS,
and all the latest Xoveltles.
My Stock is all new and fresh, and the ladles of
Weston and vicinity are respectfully invited to
call and examine it.
MRS. A. CARDEN.
The mainspring waa aa elongated coil
ef steel fitted to the wheels by a tiny
I chain, and worked like and o'd-fasb
I loned clock weight. Tbe works were
wound by means of a little screw
of gild en the under side ef the hands.
A gold pen was fitted in the holder,
Second, the whole amount col-
The Cabinet found out Ions; ago
that tbe President was te be Presi
dent. A Senator asked a number
of the Cabinet, with whom he served
on a Senate committee last winter.
the other day bow he liked it aa far ni the ie'r5er; wreU 'to without
as he had gpne. "Very well, in- uululrB'Bs 01 tae iry
ded, replied tbe Cabinet Minister.
'A rennd $500.
the price!" the customer
replied the jeweler,
"How do the Cabinet get oiat" asked
the Senator. "Admirably," re
sponded the Cabinet Minister.
"But we've learned one thine."
"What's that?' asked the Senator. I Commissioner Coleman is makine in
"That we hare a Chairaan." said ! Viry bont the cheese and batter product
Vii. ff;.n4 i of the country, and desires a careful
recard oi all that ia maiiufactuied.
traWe also wixh lo r.. ...
the Weston Ste Tm
Boot and Shoe Maker,
MAIH ST., CEMTERyillE.
The inest Boots kent cansUntlr m
nana er naae to order en the
REPAIRING DOME KEATLY & CHEAPLY
GENTS. FINE BOOTS
12 Zm I P. MAXWELL.
H. O. MARSHALL,
Is prepared to do any and all kinds of
work in his Hue. Prices reasonable.
J E. KIUKLAND,
tand business of all kliida-ftlliw. rmrrln. '
A- atUaued ta with promptness aod can.
Collecting Accounts a Specialty
(Snrnssai to thaftim),
BARB E R
Work daa, bs the Latsst and Boat Ityla.
?5qp X"lt ten s DeaMbvn It Oa.'