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Weston Weekly Leader.
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1885."
A valley Daper goes back on the
Gladstone has fallen. The gov-'
ernuieat was dutp.ated last Monday j
a decibiva vute on th spirit
, duty tax 264 to 252 The ex.
I citement tbat prevailed was equal
metropolis of Orrgon" and styles i-fce gcenes that have occurred
Portland the "Mecca of the wipe- frequently in the French Assembly.
cnnioua." An appropriate name. GladstoiiQ was cotnDletelv crestfal
len. Tories pointed their fingers
at him and veiled: "That is the
of coercion!" "Down with
Buckbhat Forster!" "Hemeniher
The census of Washington Terri
tory, taken last week, indicate an
increase in population during the Pnue
last six year of over 100 per cent.
Tua net debt of the United
State has now gone below f'1,500,-
000,000 for the first time since the
war. Twenty years ago it was $2,.
Tub last nerson at the White
House whose services were dis
pensed with was a French cook who
received a salary of $1800 per year.
His successor is a darkey who gets
p plaia dishes for $1.25 per day.
Mile Joyce!" He arose to move
an adjournment, but stood in his
place fully a minute before he could
be heard, "it is understood that
the ministry has sent in its reaina.
tion to the Queen.
Gas a man who accidentally kills
himself be acensed of committing
suicide! Hazardous men in the
hope of gaining a popular reputa
tion, frequently attempt feats which
result in)their death. Such was Od
ium, when he jumped from the
After the first day ef next month
the rates of postage in the United Brooklyn bridge, without any idea
Btatts will be lower than in any
other country using the postal sys
tem. At that time the rate will
he 2 cents fer each ounce or frac
tion thereof, instead of a half-ounce
at at present.
H. F. Beecheh, a son of the
great Henry Ward, has been ap
painted collector of customs for the
Puget Souad district. Tho appoint
ant does not meet with tho aprro
batien ofcertaia hot-headed Dooio- The Secretary of the Treasury
crata who have "fought, bled and I has issued a circular directing eus-
of being taken in charge by the
coroner. Tight-rope performers and
balloonista sometimes fall from a
high distance and sustain injuries
from ' which they do not recover.
A gun accidentally goes off in the
hands of a hunter, and sends the dis
charge through his brain. These
men kill themselves. Do they com
mit suicide? What is suicide, any
died" for their party for lo these
Tna St. Paul Pieneer-Press says
ef the wheat crop: "The outlook
lor the spring wheat crop is very
ncorac;ing, while that for winter
wheat is very gloomy. Minnesota
and Dakota farmers will doubtless
ympatbize with their winter wheat
brethren, bat thy cannot be ex
pected, as human nature goes, to
cry very hard."
General Grant's condition still
famishes the Associated Press with
telegrams fer the daily newspapers.
According to its reports the old
general has been at death's door for
the last six or eight weeks, and al-
toms emcers to collect an alien lm
migrant tax of SO cents each from
foreigners coming to this country
as tourists or travelers in transit
to other countries, as well as from
those coming to this country to re
side. Such an order is certainly
not calculated to induce emigration
to this country.
exes At :srR's.
General Hoseerans lias been ap
pointed Register ur the Treasury ia
place of liruc;, resigned.
Adam Pierce, of Daytcn, Ohio,
has assigned. His assets are '140,
000 and liabilities $50,000.
A woman in the poerhouse of
Warren county, New York, has
subsisted on water for thirty days..
Ex Speaker Carlisle and David A.
Wells aflirni that the administration
will not wear the protectionist
The New York authorities, frijht
ened over cholera reports, hare com
menced the formidable task of clean
ing that city.
The Chilian newspapers deny that
their Government has sold the war
ship Esmeralda to British Govern
ment for $1,500,000.
Ex-Governor Curtin of Pennsyl
vania says that while Minister to
uussia ne spent ia,uuu a year
more than nu salary.
Onlv about one-twentieth of the
tobacco crop of Kentucky and Ten
nessee has been planted, on account
ef the unfavorable weather.
Mr. Pollard, of Albany, sent his
card to the President after writing
upon it: "Don't want an office."
Pollard and Cleveland held a seance.
Wheat in all the a;reat exchanges
is beginning to show siyns ot im
provement in prices. The bulls are
working the movement energetically.
The Governor of Louisiana has is-
sued a proclamation fixing the terms
of quarantine for vessels from inter
tropical American and West Indian
A lady pensioner has notified
Pension Commissioner Black that,
having inherited a fortune, she has
no necessity for tho pension frnni
The total amount of taxable prs
perty in Eugene is 813.814. j
A firm iii Alkali has shipped 1,
25&',000 pounds of wood thi3 sea;
This year the political battle
opens with the Kentucky election
in August, followed by Ohio in
October, while in November the
Connecticut, Iowa, New Jersey,
New York, Pennsylvania and Vir
giaia elections occur.
lae telegraph brings the news
that ex-President Arthur ia suffer
though the subject is becoming as mg severely from Bright's disease,
tale to tho public as Jim Turk is
to tho readors of the Portland pa
pers, still the sympathy of a nation
is extended to one whose sufferirgs
ad misfortune, after having reach
ed the suwMiit of farao and power,
are m groat. , " . -.
and his friends fear that he will
not long survive his Secretary of
Prince Bismarck has written a
letter to the Thuringian Farmers'
Association, saying the question of
bimetalisra is being considered by
. XltlL, tho Canadian - rebel, ia in
jail and will bo tried for treason.
If a man over deserved hanging,
Keil is certainly that man, but it
would not bo surprising . if he was
Acquitted. He has the entire sym
The question of continuing the
exposition at New Orleans has been
considered by the President's cabin
et, and decided in the negative. It
is too .expensive a luxury for the
Senator Edmunds, who has gone
to England, is to testify before the
committee on privileges of the
House of Lords in a civil suit which
pathy of the French Canadians, and affects the title of an old peerage in
will ho defended by the ablest talent England, tho income of which is
, .. t, . . T. . , 80,000 a year. The case turns
iu tho Dominion. It seems to be 0Q rf the be
MacDonald'a desire to keep on the tween Richard Maitland and Mary
food side of Eeil's' sympathizers, McAdam, which occurred in New
and it ii not at all unlikely that he York in 1772, and was soltmnized
will .n,iW M,rw hi. inf1.,nn !n by Dr. OgiWie, of Trinity church.
' i ii- ;n ; j . n,
colonial laws in force at that time
t.r.n.fc Mr "Rsl m ii n fin tnat imnmr i
The chief postoflice inspector has want8d. The two claimants fer the
ieot informed that Postmaster I. estate, and with it the title of the
K. Hibba of Lowislon, Idaho, is- Landerdale, or Sir James Ramsey
ued money orders to tho amount Maitland, the descendant of the fifth
.t eoR nrvrt nnn .1 t son of the sixth earl of Landerdale
Of 525,000 or $30,000, psyablo to and M . Frsderick n Mait.
Utroselt, orderod banks in dUerent iand, the direct descendant of Sir
cities to collect them and forward Richard Maitland, who was Adiu-
the money to him, and then ab
sconded. He was last heard from
at Victoria. Since his departure
from LoisUn tho U. S. authorities
nave intercepted lourteen letters Lightning played some strange
addressed to Mibbs, each of which I pranks in Butte the other day, ac
tant General of the National Amer
ican eolony from 17G5 to 1772, and
ras the fourth son of the sixth Earl
contained $uuu worm of money
orders. The wilev postmaster
nticht have continued his funny
business indefinitely had not his
departure for British provinces ex
The last Legislature of Califor
nia passed a bill authorizing the
State to go into the business of pub
lishing school books for tho children
of the publio schools. There are
250,000 children of school age in
the State, and tho sum of $150,000
has boon appropriated for the pur
pose. This is a move in tho right
direction. It is n well known fact
that what are known as "book
cording to the Inter-Mountain,
which says: "Lightning struck a
wagon near the Alice mine, knocked
the tires off the wheels, paralyzed a
herso attached to the vehicle, and
then made a dive for the main shaft
of the Alice. The current passed
down the cable to the 300 foot level,
where it switched and followed the
car tracks out to where the men
were at work in the face of the
draft. Three of the men were pros
trated ana stunned but not much
hurt. The electricity then passed
into the earth and that was the last
lbe manufacture or glucose or
crape sugar in this country now em
ployeacpital of 10,000,000; em
plovs 4,575 workmen, who are
Tpirlt nnirf ft OfiS Tilfl in watps
rings exist in nearly every city in COUgUlaes 13,703,000 worth ot raw
tho country. Fublishers ef school and manufactured material yearly,
text books "stand in" with local nd th sme tlMe yields a prod
dealers, and the latter manipulate "ct wortb .?185i!O'00ia & 7
.. . iil I tnsre can 00 maoo aoeut oiu,uuu,-
uv vvuiug BU a IV vviurffi IUV
school boards in tho interest of the
publishers. The result of this ar-
000,000 pounds of corn sugar, and
61,000 bushels of corn used daily
each bushel giving 32 pounds of glu
raogtment is that parents of school cese- The S,ucofe .ufiaf can
cnuaron aro compelled to psy a
groat deal more for books than they
aro really worth, and it is also con
ceded by every one that text books
aro changed much oftener than is
really necessary. The State pi
poses to publish these books and
f Ornish thorn to the pupils at actual
cost. There is no doubt of the
need of having something done to
stamp out tho gross imposition now
" generally practiced by publishers
and their agents on the patrons of
public schools in the matter of the
prices charged for text hooks.
made with profit, it is said, at two
cents a pound.
A conspiracy to oust John Kelly
as the head of the Tammany organ
ization, has been developed, with
Purrey and Crocker at its head.
Kelly is still quite sick.
U. S. Minister Lathrop bid the
Legislature at Lansing Michigan, an
affectionate farewell on Thursday.
He has a high opinion of the friend
ship of Russia fer the United States.
Prussia has presented a scheme in
the Bundesrath for a canal from the
North sea to the Baltic coast fer
Iou,l)Ul),(JUO marks, irrussia to pay
50,000,000 and Germany 100,000,-
The Postal Telegraph Company,
it is stated, has obtained control of
the i Bankers and Merchants' lines,
and the offices of the two companies
in the West will soon be consolidated
and put under one management.
The tobacco glut at Lynchburg,
Va., is unprecedented. Wagons
stand in the street all night unable
to unload at the warehouses, and
the commission merchants are asking
planters to hold their crop back.
The soldiers are still in pursuit of
the Apaches, but they are realizing
the truth of tho nautical phrase that
a slera chase is a long one. The
Mexicans are preparing to give the
Indians who are heading that way a
An attempt was made Thursday
night to blow up the private car of
Superintendent Cummings, of the
Texas Pacific Railway Company, at
Marshall, Texas. Three mtro-glycer-
ine cartridges were placed on top of
the springs and under the car floor.
Naval officers who were on the re
cent Panama expedition say that
the people of Panuma are anxious
the United States should make its
temporary possession of Panama
permanent. They say tnat, under
existing circumstances, it would be
impossible for the country to remain
a peaceful condition for anv
length of timo.
Americans in London are well
pleased with the warmth of the recep
tion accorded Minister Irhelps at the
banquet given by the Lord Mayor.
The Mayor, in proposing his health,
aid that he gave to him a most cor
dial greeting, not only on behalf of
the corporation of London, but of
the whole people of England.
The pension appropriation act,
which becomes operative J uly 1, pro
vides that after that date no vacan
cies occurring in the clerical force of
the pension bureau shall be filled by
appointment or promotion until the
force shall be reduced to 150. This
practically directs a reduction of
the present force, and after July 1
further appeintment cannot be made
for at least one year.
A tornado of wind and rain, ac
companied by the terrific lightning
and thunier, lasting fifteen minutes.
struck .Fans, Illinois, Thursday
afternoon. Half of Metropolis
block was unroofed, leaving valua
ble stocks of goods exposed to the
torrents of rain which fell. The
Presbyterian Church and a number
of other buildings were totally
demolished. The loss will aggregate
several thousand dollars. No lives
Nearly every town in Oregon
will celebrate the 4th of July this
year. " . ;
Cherrie3 are being shipped from
the Willamette Valley to St. Paul
and Chicago. !
Jackson and Josephine counties
are distributing many pamphlets to
Polk county farmers feel jubilant
at crop prospects. Spring grain
looks well and oats never were better.
The Linkville bridge across Link
river broke down a few days ago,
and communication is interrupted
uensicieraoie ueacn mining is
still being done between the mouth
of Rogue river and Euehre creekj
although water is bocoming some
A boom has started at Galice
creek, Josephine county, "which
promises to extend. Aluch pros
pecting is being done and many
claims are being located.
The Sterling Mining Company
has quite a torce 01 men engaged in
building its huge reservoir, which
will be 250 feet wide, half a mile
long and fifty feet deep.
Patterson Bros, have taken con
siderable gold from their mines on
Beaver creak already, this season.
and brought a pile of beautiful nug
gets to the bank of Ashland one
day last week.
Jackson and Josephine counties
are full ef rich mines yet. As soon
as the requisite capital can be ob
tained to work them this fact will
become quite apparent.
Rich specimens of copper ore has
been found within a lew miles of
Salem. It is probable that a com
pany of western capitalists will in
vest money in the enterprise of
working the ore.
' 1 pTs?"-" J '
THE GREAT .gm
S3Tyi3a B I
m"i m b
Rheumatism, Keuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sans Throat. BwelUnB. Sprain. Bruises,
Bums, Scalds. Frost Bites,
AXD ALL OTHER BODIL1 FA IKS A AD ACHES.
Sold by Druggists and Dalen everywhere. Fifty Cents a.
bott.e. Directions mil Languages.
THR r!I AR1.KS A. VOtiELEE CO.
Cigars, Notions, Cutlery,
JOHN FLETCHER AND T. I
PERFUMERY, PORTE M0NNA1ES.
'v-hat a miner would verrpropcrly term
"surface indications" of vuat is bencuth,
nre the Pimples, Sties, Sore Kyes,
Boils, and Cutaneous Krnptions Willi
wiiith people are annoyed lu spring and
early summer. The effete matter accumu
lated during tho v.'i:iter months, now
makes its presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel it from tho svstem.
While it remains, it 13 a poison that festers
in the blood and may develop into Scrof
ula. This condition causes derangement
of tho digestive cud assimilatory ananif.
with a feeling of enervation, languor, and
weariness orten nsntly spoken ox as "only
spring fever." These "are evidences Unit
Mature is not able, unaided, to throw oif
the corrupt atoms which weaken the vital
forces. 1 o rejram health. . uture must be
aided by a thorough blood-purif vim; med
icine; and nothing else is so ell'eutive us
which Is sufficiently powerful to exrpl
irom mo system even tue taint 01 iierett
The medical profession indorse Aveis'S
Sarsaparilla, and many attestations of
tho cures effected by it come from all parts
of tho world. It is, in the lamioge of
the Hon. Francis Jewett, ex-State Sen
ator of Massachusetts and ex-3Inyor of
Lowell, "tho only prepanitiou tUat does
real, lasting good."
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
- 8old by all Druggists: Price $1;
FslUTTGN AND PORK
Our meats are always fresh and good
All orders tilled with promptness.
E. M. DEHTOH. T. C. ANDERSON
Weston Livery Stable
NEW MEN, KEY PRICES
and Fresh Horses!
STATIONERY AND SCHOOL BOOKS.
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY.
French and American Candies,
er tliOiii Ever
fc-j'ffe i I- AT
Saddle Horses, per day
Buggy and Team
Six bottles for $5.
EASY RIGS AND ALL NEW TEAMSI
Horses boardol by the day or month. Plenty of I
iced ana trie best ot attention.
Transient Stock cared for promptly and at rea
Give Us a Trial
and be convinced that we mean to do business on I
DENTON & ANDERSON.
JUST SraiD BY
A FULL LIXE O?
TheTraury Inquiry Commission
recommends reductions in th
present force in sereral divisions,
and suggests change in tbe mtthod
of doing business, which it th'.aks
will expedite and improve the werk
ct tbe bureau, lae changes recom
mended involve a general reorgan
ization of the bureau.
Tie population of Traahington
according to a recent police census.
is 203,450. This shows en increase
during the past five years o 25,835
an average of over 5,000 per annum.
John Ryder, a farmer of Curry
county has been missing a month,
and it is feared lie has been drown
ed in the ocean, as he was last
traced to a high blufl", where he was
hunting some stray hogs.
By the fire at Oak Grove, Polk
county, Mr. A. (Jr. .Roberts lost ne
thresher, two seeders, one hay rake,
one binder, a span of horses valued
at $300 or 400, ten tons of hay
and about 400 bushels of wheat. !
The Granie Rondo Baptist asso
ciation will hold its annual meeting
at Indian Creek, commencing on
Wednesday morning, June 10, at
10 o clock, and remain in session
until the following Sunday even-
NotTritstandihg the unfavorable
mining season a considerable quan
tity of gold dust has been taken out
of the Rogue river. O. C. Beek-
tpaa of Jacksonville has boucrht
and shipped several thousand dol
The county immigration board of
Klamath county has had printed
a neat little pamphlet descriptive
of their county, and setting forth
in attractive light the advantages
which the Klamath basin has to
offer to new settlers.
A few days ago, as a Mr. Hoxter
was driving a band ef 700 horses
near Baker City, a freight team ap
proached, when the horses stain.
peded, running into a slough, thir
teen of them being drowned and
number of others lamed.
A load of the finest coal that ever
came into this town, was brought
dawn from the East Umpqaa river
about twenty-two miles from town
where Dr. J. F. W. Saubert has
discovered an extensive coal ledge
The quality too is of the very best
iyVilfn Yf?ii",V mm i. Foes ca. I
IronTurMiie ind Engine
-AGENT FOR THE-
EB Ifinnriil HurSiisiiriiQP.
AND THE -
Ant!-Freezing Force Pump
WOOD SU8TI3H PUMPS.
E2ose, Hose Pipes,
With Shoemaker & Mattoon
Fa,2icy Spcsb Goods,
SPfllUG AND SUMMER SUITS
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Ladies' Wear in Endless Variety.
Canned Goods and Groceries.,
' Buckingham & Hecht's Boots and Shoes
STORES 37E3:3:Ss We will not be undersold
lor cash. .
y Bay EiSI&gl
Perfection at Last
The most accommodating post
master in the United States lives
in Illinois. His name is Peterson,
and his office is located in one of
the small towns in Sangamon coun-
tv. A letter was received at the
department on Thursday signed by
a scere of Petersen's townspeople,
wno accused nisi ot onensive par
tisanship and demand that he he
removed at once. At the bottom
of the communication was this en
dersement from Petersen: "I heart
ily eoncur in the above. I think
I ought to be bounced at once."
We are. credibly informed that
the wheat crop of Wasco county
this year will far exceed that of
ny former one. Between tha Dc
schutes and John Day rivers the
increase in acreage will be fully 60
per cent., and the yield will be o
per cent, per acre over any former
year. This side of the Deschutes
the increase in acreage will be fully
25 and the yield 20 to 25 per cent.
If the present favorable weather
continues a few days longer the
output of wheat will be 800,000
bushels, of which 500,000 will be
exported. Times-Jfountaineer. j
Last Friday in Indian valley a
man named Flumly and Joel A.
Browa got into a dispute over! a
right of way, Brown warning Plum-
ly not to trespass on his grouad.
Pluraly started to go on despite the
warning of Brown and when Brown
tried to prevent him he drew ; a
knife and stabbed Brown, tha knife
entering iust below the left shoul
der-blade and then cutting a tern
ble gash clear over the shoulder to
tue breast-bone. lbe wound lis
severe but not necessarily fatal
iTtimly was arrested, but tne jus
tice discharged him, claiming that
it was ia self-defense.
Last Sunday James Mitchell was
shot by his brother-in-law, Press
Hill, en the headwaters of Smith
river, about fifteen miles northwest
fl Drain. They were hunting and
Mr. Hill mistook Mr. Mitchell for
a deer. He went to him, then
started for help and when they re
turned lia was dead. lie was
buried at the Eitchey cemetery
Mr. Mitchell was a single man, 25
years of age- They came out here
looking for homes, and had camped
near Dram to rest up their team
and look aronnd the country. They
emigrated from Missouri twe years
at;e and have since resided near Oswego.
A TWO-WHEELED VEHICLE
That will ride as easy as a four. Good and strong, with phaeton body
geod, full, large back and the rider can use and feel no more horse
motion than in a four-wheeled vehicle. Has all the conveniences for a
doctor's box, for a chest, storm apron, and is as easy to get in and out of
as a buggy; nothing to climb over in getting in. See what 3 said of iU
TOKKTILLE, ILL., Pec. 12, 1383.
"I have heun usinif one of Church's Physi
cians' Roa4 Carts for sorae time, and am well
pleased with it. I have practiced meiticine near
ly twenty-itve years, ana have used almost eve
ry kind of vehicle on two wheels that 1 fcuive
seen, but this is the only conveyance of that de
scription that 1 have ever used that I can hearti
ly recommend." W. T. SilEUWOOO, Ji. V.
PLAXO, ILL , Bee. 8, 1SS2.
W. R. CHURCH Dear Sir: The Koid Curt I
purchased of you is all and moro than you told
me. It rides as easv as any four-wheeled buir-
', and I most heartilvrccommTncl it.
O.P. JBLATCHLEY, M. D.
CLAYTON, MICH., April 20, 18S3.
V?. R. CI1UKCII, Yorkville, 111. Dear Sir; I
aro well pleased with my Cart; think it well
worth the cost. Would not be without it for
any price. O. 2. Itll'fc..
W. R. CHURCH. Yorkville. 111. Dear Sir. I
have used one of your Road Carts since last Feb
ruary, I think it superior to any Road Cart I
have examined. It is THE thin? for the "busy
practitioner." W. E. KIXXETT, M. V.,
PAW PAW, May 1st, 1SS3.
W. R. CnURCII Dtar Sin You wish to know-
how I like my Cart. 1 cannot say too much in
it3 prawe. H issiaiplv pcrfet.
L. 11. 11UAFFIT, M. D.
MARSHALL, TEXAS, April 30, 1333.
W. R. CHl'KCH Dear Sir I have r.ow used
my Cart about ten days, and must say it stands
the test admirably. It is admired by everybody.
Send me a top for it. Yours truly.
E. F. EADS, M. D.
PYTRBrP.GH. TEXX., April 7, 1S83.
W. R. CHURCH Sir The Cart is at hand and
I like it spftndidh . It is simply perfect. I
could not u.ikc any alterations.
J(J. A. FOWLKER, M. D.
LAXF-DALF-, PEXX., April 20, 1SS3.
The Cart arrived to-day, and i am grcaiiy
pleased. Beats anything in this section of the
country. 1 wiab. you success in your enterprise-
1 R. H. AXDREWS,
Editor and Publisher of the Medical bummary.
"It is the best cart in our city." II. H. MAT
LOCK, Ottawa, 111.
JACKSONVILLE, ILL., March 28, 1883.
W. R. CHURCH Dear Sir I am greatly
pleased with your two-wheeled vehicle-. It dis
counts any thing of the kind. I have no more
use for four-wheeled busies in rav business.
A. W. TIPTON, M. D.
MARTINS, S. C, Mav 20, 1883.
Y. R. CHURCH Dear Sir The Cart ordered
from you came yesterday. It is all and more
than you claim for it. It is certainly the finest
and most convenient tiling on wheals. I don't
think 1 will use any other vehicle in my practice
O. B. EYAX3.
HEMSTEAD, TEXAS, June 16. 18S3.
W. R. CHURCH Dear Sir Cart is at liand-
has been tried bv me and is satisfactory in everv
particular. 1 will not hesitate to recommend
them, not only to pin sicians, but also to any and
au person-i navinif mucti arivmjr to ao.
Yours, etc., P. 8. CLARK.
GEORGETOWN, GEORGIA. Julv 20. 1S83.
W. R. CHUR'.H 1 received mv Road Cart ail
rigrht and like it very nmch; would not exchange
it ior any lour-wheeied vehicle 1 have ever had
for my use. It is the admiration of all who see
it. 1 ours very respectfully,
H. M. KAIGLER.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.. Amrut Id. 1S83.
W. R. CHURCH Dear Sir The Cart was re
ceived in gooa shape. I am hijrhjy pleased with
ft after ffivinir it a trial. It is much neater ar.d
more compact than I expected. I think it will
take here. uiuug you success, I am vours,
Y. C. ilOYT.
CHESTER, IOWA, An-rast 1. 1833.
W. R. CHLKCH Dear Sir The Cart is the
lightest to draw in the United States. The mere
1 use it the better I like it. Yours truly,
F. FREEMIKE, M. D.
W. R. CHURCH Though you have not asked
for a rcco-mmecdation of your Cart. I think it my
duty to (rive one. For ease and speed it tran't be
well beaten . Kith s Sr-o Texas pony i tnmic
can go with any high-priced horse. S. P. RICE.
W. E. CHURCH,
So. 10 Oresoa SU YOBiiTILLE, ILLINOIS.
Because he buys his Goods at ADAMS from
REESE & REDMAN".
Dress Goods, Laces & Ribbons for hlo
Boots, Mats and Rcady-Hade Clothing for bis
Tea, Sugar and Coffee and all kinds of Groceries for his
Tobacco, Shirts, Blankets, and Everything he wants for
He buys for Cash, and declares he can-do
better at REESE 8l REDMAN'S
than he can at any other place
in the county, for they
keep the best of
and their prices are very reasonable