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About Weston weekly leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 1878-189? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1885)
Scarcity of car n the cry all
Tie Poor Farm sold far $2500.
Let the taxpayers figure up the pro
fit on the investment.
Senator Dolph introducad "Tony"
Noltaer to President Cleveland as a
'good fellow." That shows what
kind of nan Dolpb is.
In view ef the fact that the late
lamented Legislature did very little
that was good or correct and did a
great deal that was useless and
wrsng, the membsrs thereof, ' if
called in extra session, should
charge nothing for their valuable
A suscriber asks for information -. nLL, r ianBm - Tfvas
as to the correct 1 iiue fur nlantinn ! ? tcemanrc.
There is a very perceptible split
in the Oregon Democracy. It will
not have a tendency to soothe the
rerpectaVle portion ef the party to
have such an offensive partisan as
"Tony" Noltrmr receive a federal
The protective syxtem is wrong
in principle. Building up one in-
oustry at tne expenss ot others is
neither fair nor honest, whether it
he a monopoly in making paper
pulp or in keeping boarders. The
business that cannot live against
legitimate opposition deserves to
The trouMe ha commenced. He
who goes a-borrowing goes a sorrow
ing sura euough. About twenty of
those it this county who mortgaged
their farms to the American Mort
gage company are threatened with
foreclosure at the next term of
The Republican leaders who are
.flaunting the bloody shirt have been
led to make a very humiliating con
fession: political affairs at the South
are no worse now than they have
been for several yars, and it' Blaine
had been elected we waulJ have
made no fuss about negro disfranchisement.
potatoes, with special reference to
whether the condition of the ciocn
should be taken into-account in
farming operations. The ancient
and venerable superstition (for
superstition it is and nMhing else)
about the influence of the moon
upon aniik, ufjen medicine, upon
trees and wood, and upon a hundred
other things, seems, evtn in thin age
of enlightening, to die a hard death.
It is remarkably tenacious in its-
hold upon a certain cLiss uf people,
and for this reason a little examina
tion into the subject may not be out
of place. The mson is about 210,
000 miles from the earth and re
volves around it W.r- ia r. -seven
days, but on ui :;-ut (
daily evolution oft'.t aar:h is?
own axis, it appear, u e art:--
us once in tvcnty-l-vu." Lo-r. it
appears largtr si one urj r!..n an
other, but mis is ouy I f-rau'jf: tl.;
sun shinei uuoa uioru of that mo
tion of the surface, vhir-h a see.
The same quanti:y of uiiu-iz- ii u:ni
at the t,rst rjiiarttr n?'
moon, only wu catmc f
influence of the iuo,i:V
what there is of it, n
be nearly uniform
and not depenJit . upi-u.
fact of how truch we rnn se ut it.
As it pasees over u:t every i--iy at i
nearly the same distance, thu jjciwer j
which it exerts uiu:-t be uititvrm. j
Considering its coiupsrutivi.iy sioal!
bulk and its great di.si.anoe from the
earth, it does not men suppwsaV.lo
that it can influence to .my nwr.-eXv
ble extent the flow oi s :.t to Vrprla
tion or the circulation of blood in
animals, and yet thh is just what
many people hold. But, it will bo
said, it certainly influences the
water of the ocean in producing the
tides; granted, although even thit
i3tot proved beyond cavil. Yet it
dees not affect the great rivers and
vast inland lakes, and is it likely
that, if it does nut influence such
'vast bodies, it can affect the juices
So far as the effect of its light is
concerned it should first be borne
ill mind that it has no light of its
own, but nitrslv reflrcts that of the
Latein the winter of :S0 Jeff and
I wera members of a raiding party
that pesetrated the fastnesses of the
mountains of Death, in search ef a
family of cow and horse thieves
named Taylor. The scattered rem
nants of Chief Victoria's band were
lurking about that section of coun
try thn, awaiting an opportunity
to cross the Death plain to a more
secure hiding place in the Sierra
Diabolo. And we were continually
finding fresh signs as we slowly
trailed the cow thieves to their
mountain camp. One morning we
entered a little canyon, through
which ran a stream of water. A''oui
v :;.r : v - v,i:i;
c: 'U'I .'-'n :. .
!, v n i t'sf r
gentlest pony that could be had for
One day no member of citcpany
E will ever forget it Reckless Jeff
and 3Iau Milton went to the pest
and came Wack to camp under the
influence of liquor. We had just
finished a shooting match when
thev rode in, and both men laughed
at our marksmanship.
"See here, boys," cried Jeff, pull
ing out his six-shooter, '-I'll show
you what shooting is, Broncho!"
The little maiden stepped for
ward, and, whispering something
in his ear, Jeff handed her an or
dinary bottle cork. She ran to a
tree about 20 paces distant and,
facing us set the cork on top of her
curly head and folded her arms.
f ;,' .:. .; Lis six shooter and slow-
(Tncorporatedtyxirch 15, 1SS3.)
n A TDTT A T dTTUIT - - &
E. M'RA3I -A.
E. E. 'SMITH
91. J. DISMXD
E. E. WISE
'i, uMuV at; d - !t'ei-.
ihc :.;. " They tfed be-t.
i.t'U i'-j' --'Cf 'jtftd I'.c.U
by ird". siitinuinK
crofiU the t-.txi iiil;'f and
ihe.r ea!!.t! in
the cue we he,
d ins iivt t auen a nc- it
direction, clmibing t-Sj
of t'hft fun yon.
The- camp of the o'l
Tvj'- ,'ui'aii. coiiS'istini'
tent, a camp fire, a brush corral and
a heavy 'wagon. Several 'head of
ponies and cows were grazing in
the canyon, and the sergeant com
manding our part ordered several
of the boys to round up the stock,
while he dismounted and inspected
the camp. Just as he was about to
lift the fly of the tent a shrill treble
voice, which cants from the direc
tion of the brush corral, cried:
"k2ay, thar, mister man, that's my
tent. Keep out'n hit."
We ail turned at sound of the
voice and the queerest little girl, in
a dress of faded caiico, and bare-
.' . ff!" we cried in chorus,
:!'id unsteadily. ,
i started forward to pre-
roat tun r.ish act, but they were
too !ie. J eft's eye ran along the
'...Tisl of lis revolver, his finger
!, ;:uS.l i .s trigger and, as the re
: M-t ran:: out. Bronchi Bertie
threw up vo-.h her arms and stag-,
gercd tow a.-i.is him. i
'5ly C'f-r.l" he cried, and ran
Tu bi joJ was streaming from
' Lf head ar.tl sha was reeling blind
; iy. but v.iic.t. he caught her in his
arnij. sit Sitiiled faintly and gasped:
1 "You ci'.dn't mean to Jeff
tier car! v head dropped and she
; w as dead. He laid the body down
! .-.ltd st oi i f r a moment regarding
; tiift 'ovf l form. Then starting
Upward of 150,000 vessels and
000,000 men in Europe and Auicr-!!
ica are engaged in the fishing indus
try, and the total annual product of
fish is not far short of 1,500,000
tons. Few people realize the full
meaning of these figures. A ton if
fish is equai to about twenty-eight
sheep, and hence a years fish supply
for ten European countries, includ
ed in this estimate, the United
States and Canada might be repre-
that moonshine is but sun. headed and barefoote 1, crept from I sented by 43,000,000 sheep. Of this
;niy, he lifted .his still suiok-
ir. r six bhootsr to his temple, pulled
the trigger, and hit soul joined hers
in the unknown.
Mauager 3Iannf -g Uept., Chicago
E. 5ITR,OS, A. i YEXE,
JttiO Wia2TE. ii. W. WI3kSELL,
EFFSifdCHR & BOURME, Attorneys.
Pianos and rgans sll on easy payments it you pur
chase a Piano or Organ of this Conijmny on the install
ment plan a:il should be compelled, i'r&m any cause
whatcrer, to return the instrument, after having paid a
part on it, you can do so and not lose one doHar yon have
paid. Fine thupel Organs oll to churches on $BO
monthly payments, which would he only ten cents per
month for each member of the Church or SabbathSchool
The celebrated Di.it.tSH PI A"OS have lxe:i in use throughout
the States for over twenty yearn, aiul are first-e'ass in every particular.
We tive a warrantee with every instrument, thut runs five years from
date of sale, antl we are right here to make it flood. Ve have facilities
for repairing Pianos and Organs at our shcys in the city of Portland
and all work warranted. '
Our Music Hall and vareroonii are on First street. No. S20. Take the First street cars and ride
to the corner of Clay street. Those who cannot call on us can write for particulars ai.d catalogue of
our instruments. Address
rand Organ Go., Portland, Oregon
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R.
THE ONLY LINE RUHHiKS
rullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
"Hogniilccnt Day Coarbra and
E1EGAKT EWItiK S.XT SIEEP1X4; CARS
with berths free of cost.
From Washington and Oregon
TO THE EAST!
Via St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Tho only Trans-continental Line Bur.ninjr
PALACE DSNING CARS.
Fastest Tirce Ever Kads from
Northern Pacific Raiiroa .
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Kcpli, Atrhi.Min, Lcavoiivor;h. Kansas
I'iiy, tturliiili.u. iiiimy. j
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
And all stoiiitx f itrnushoist t'.w East nttol
Sntb'U.il via SI. I'attl aiut Jliiiuvapoiis.
TEIE ONLY LS.NE Sli XMSG
Throiish Eniisa-ant Sleeping
! Cars from Portland.
Anil b.nnlcil on rsiilar express Ir.-iiuR
iVoi l&ie rutire it'iatli 4rrbr !tor(?&
I eru Put-itic Uailt-uiiu.
Leave Wallula Junction at 4:40 a. m.
Lvc Portland ;K 3:00 p.m. daily; arrive at M:n
ueapolis or St. i'aul l'JiM p. m., fourth day.
Connection made at fet. Paul and .Minneapolis
to all points East, South and Southeast.
j PA 2! If DU lSiOSr.
Train leaves Portland daily 11:45 a. m. Arrive
at New Taeoma 0:3o p. m., connecting with O.
K. N. f'os boats forail poinls on I'liet .Sownd
A. I. ' HAKl.TuN, Oiu'I U't.tn 1'afis. Ajjcut,
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or.
THE MSLTON NURSERY
liht at Kfccond hantl uher all
periment sbgwu that it possesses
Ex- ! UKcler tne corral gate antl walked ; amount the United Kingcioin.
toward us. Sue was not aiove sev- Canada, llussia and the 'United
en years of aje, and she had the
just aheve one threw hundred thou
santlth part of the illuminating j shrewdest face and brightest eyes
power of the sun. and that onlv lh? ! iniainal)le.
Tke old Board of Northern Pa-clfi-;
directori wa'k elected. It fa
vors tho 0. 11. & N. leaan, and in
opposed to tiie building of tht Cas
cade branch. Portland m pleased.
Its monopoly of the trade of the
Inland Eatpira has been prolonged.
Notice Wow quickly its recent arder
for tho opening of the Ctdumb'u
river will cool down to inactivity
then to actual opposition.
Madame iJuniway is writing an
other novel, perhaps another of
those wishy-washy narratiTes that
endeavor to inculcate false notions
of independence, that lauds disobe
dieuce to parents, and which serves
as a ineJium for the dissemination
of hsr bobby. The a.ssurnncn that
this new venture will be equal iu
literary ability t any of its prede
cessors reminds one of the story ef
the nan who came to this Coast
twenty yuars ago without a cent
and who bas held his own ever
most careful observation has shown
that upon tho leaves of some of the
most delicate plants it exerts an in
fluence so sliylit as to be barely ap
preciable. Upon ordinary plants
the effect of the ;i icon's rays is so
small as to be entirely impercepti
ble As to heat from the moon's
rays, the most delicate the.rniometers
fail to show that there is any such
thirrg. In the face of these .results
of careful experiment, then, it is
hard to see upon what the believers
in the moon's influence rest their
Yonr Home I "a per.
It is your home local paper that
prints your home news, and in
which your name appears from time
to tuna. It is here your good
fortunes or misfortunes, are discuss
ed, and mention made of marriages,
"Keep out'n the tent," she. re
peated, walking towards the ser
geant. "Hit's mine, 1 tell ys."
"And who might you be.?" ashed
the sergeant, smiling and dropping
the tent rlap.
"I'm Broncho Bertie," was the
quick answer; and she tossed her
head saucily. "Lnnstwavs that's
what the boys call me."
"And who are tho boys?"
"My buddys, Jim, Bill and Dan.
Ye alt know 'em well enough, an' I
know you; you're rangers, an' if you
think you'll git the boys, yer left.
They're out yonder in the mountain
and they'll shoot qnicker'n a wink.
We crowded around the little
maiden, and one of the boys, in as
tender and simple words as he could
command, told her of her bereave
ment. She didn't shed many tears,
but a "reat lump that rose in her
States alone aggregate 1,000,000
tons, equivalent to 28,000,000
for Infants and Children
"Castorfa ia so well adapted to children that I Castortacwes Colie, Constipation,
C recommend itasEupertortoany prescriotion I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
known to me." h. A. Asmara, M. D., H Katoas' u"i promotea "
111 Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H. Y. fi Wuloutmjarious medication.
Tna CSehtaub Coup ahy, 183 Fulton Street. N. T.'.
Are You Bilious ?
The 7?ffftTr.'tnr -nr fait to citr. 1 rot
cVertiHy recommend it to all who S'iffcr front
Utiirnx Attacks or any Dhetse caused by a cii
arnucd staie of the Liver.
Kansas City, Mo. V. R. BERNARD.
Do You Want Good Digestion ?
I&. JTcrei iJttfTtscUiviih FnU S!otnnrh. Head"
ache, etc. A neighbor, viio had taken, Simmons
Liver Regulator told me it was a sure cure for my
trtmbie. T'ae first dese ttn& relieved me vent
much, pr'i in enf icv&'s time I :nts ax strovg find
k'&r.y if I ever huts. J! the lrst tnetiicino
J 'vr tnk fttfitpt'jit.ia.
liKiiMtwii, Va. XL G. CREXSKAW.
Do Tea Sv.fsr from Constipation ?
Testianrniy of Hiram Wabnks. Cli f-Justice of
Ga. : ' 1 h-Lve v-ci H;iii:TUs l iver Kvgulat tr fr
CoM.-tin.stic-" uf my )Uuvl-, cimcM iy a tcrnpt.rar-Icr;ing.-mt:nl
of the Ijvct. for t'r;c ia-t inrre or
four years, anJ always wih leciilcl bent jit."
TIave Yoti Malaria ?
hni eroerience with Simmons Liver Fegu
tot jr lt-fyr,, end regard it us the yretl-tt
utetticinc uf the. time for lieaxt prrtt
Uar t nitttirinl T'ffirn. . ffood a medi
cine iu-srrves universal rcmrru-ndntUm.
h'EV. M. B. WIIARTOX,
Ccr. Sec'y Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Safer ni Better tlian Calomel !
I have been Mih-ect tosevrrs spells of Corgetion
of the I-ivcr, nncl iave been ;n habit o( taking
fria 1 to 2.-K-iol.-almci, wivch gtwral'y bid
mc up f thr;:e or four lay. jtly I have beca
tr.kir.ir Simmons 1-ivrr Regulator, which cave mc re
lief, tvithnttt nji'f intvt'rirjniuji V bttniurs.tm
MlDDLBWRT, Ohio. J. HUvi..
J. ti. Z&ffin & Co., PhiJadofphic, Pa.
iki i; ft i.oo.
Notice for SmlioatioiK
Land Office at La Graxpk, Orroox,
August 19, lsH5. f
Notice is hereby jriven that the followinc
namad settler lias filed notice of his intention to-
make fina! jtrotif in support of his claim, and that
proof will be xuaUe before K. K. Barker, &
Notary Public, at CentsrvUle, Oregon, on Octo
ber Ud( viz:
TK S. No. 6442, For the southwest quarter O
section 12, township A S.9 U. Si east, W. M.
silie namt'5 the followini; witnesses to prove hie'
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
said land, viz:
John K. Vincen. A. B. McEwmi, Ed White
man and Uohcrt McKwan, all of Centorville, Or.
S. O. fciWACKHAMKR,
The underspned ha3on hand a larye assortment
j of one, two and three-year-old
Tia' Art T detling Vigorous
i coiuprI;;ed in ona very simple piece of advise,
improve digestion. No elaborate system of
dietetics is nodded. If you la'k vior, use sys
tematically that picasn)t promoter of it, IIost?t
ttr's Stomach Bitters. If you tike this hint,
and do not commit any excesses, there is no
reason why you should not j,-ain iu strength, ap
petite and weighty Ifo.-its of -wlii'om invalids are
to day tuildiii a foundation for years of vigor
ous health with this sound and thorough renova
tor of dilapidated physique and failing1 energy.
Dyspepsia i eradicated by it, and the constitu
tion fortified against disorders to which, if it
Were exposed, it must surely succomb notably
malarial fever. Rheumatism, inactivity of the
kidney and bladder, nervousness, and their
various 8yiri,.tains, disappear when It U used
with persistency, not abandoned after a brief
and irrejjular trial
QUEEN OF WATEK3. :
tluarftr.tfcd Medicinally Superior contattilnj
mnc natural mineral salts. It is pure. Is tlia
"V-l J IT ITU wily uimccnc ivaitr kuo n iu iac wnnu .omi
jH B17 1 i I rPPG I u-tdireot!y upon tli secretions of the Livar,
JL, JL JL JL J JL JL V VlJj ; iuiuty,L'rinar' and Generative Organs, and ia
! Saturn's Sovereign Ilemeily for tuat uumernnj
Apples, Tears, Clerrie, I'lums.etc, 1 iasso J; afliictthe human lamHy.
s,. f-.if ,.,i ,t .1,. Cr TJioosamU of tcwiroonlai inHlcd free.
beat As ft test we will send you a sample case or
xn quart bottlcs.as but lied for family and c'libt
tse,ou receipt of 1.50 and this udverlisemcut,
r a half bun-el for S3. Address
T. II. BRYANT, Eos B,WArKtsnA,Wig. ;
A girl should marry for protec
tion not for revenue only.
births, deaths, and a multitude) or I throat was swallowed with diflicul-
other items, all of which noes to
show that your homo puper is
watching your doings, day by day,
and is always ready to speak a kind
word for you, and in case of fortune
to rejoice with you, or in misfortune,
to ofi'er coiadolfince. It also ad
vertises your town and farm and
ty, f.nd her shrill voice suftened and
trenvbied when she spokp.
"I knowed they'd git laid out
some day," she said mournfully,
'"but its better that-a-way than to
be drapped by you'ns."
She peered imto the face of every
man, anu unally, stepping to the
he!p to build up and further the : sidis of Reckless J err, laid her browi
in teres Is of your comuiumty iu a hand in his.
T'n repeated and well deserved
isubbings th&t Portland and its
corrupt clique of politicians have re
CQived from the press of tho State
Lavo brought tho metropolis pur
.tially to its senses- The modest
claim now is that "Portlainl is a
part of Orejjea." That ia all right;
formerly he only impression that
could be derived from their acts
and utterances as that Portland
waa tho whola Stale of Oregon.
If thosa mstropolitan champions
could now ba made to realize that
abuse ia not argument another vast
thousand different ways. You look
in your newspaper that is printed
in the eastern cities. huridreJs of
miles away, and you will never see
your name in print, nwver a kind
word spoken about you in case of
misfortunes or bereavement; no
mention is made of your town or
its doinjjs. You know nothing ef
what is goini; on in your township;
yea, more than this, not even how
vour next door neighbor is faring
whether he Ins been roped in by
some smooth-tongued traveling
sharp, been sold out by the sheriff,
"1 like yer looks," she said, "an"
I'll go with you."
We took hor back to camp, and
on the road she taught us several
lessons that sat the men to think
ing. "VVe were a pretty rough lot,
and when one man, for some trifling
cause, began to curse, she raised her
hand warningly and said:
"Ye mustn't cuss. 'Taint perlite
when ladies is about, an' hit's wick
When we made camp that night
Proncho Bertie ate her supper in
silence, and when ne ,f the bovs
spread some blankets and told her
become a widow, or widower, mar
ried a;aio, and so on ad libitum. I it was to be her bed for tho night,
Now, it is plain, if you want to I she thanked him gravely, and, fold-
keep posted and who does not, and j iug her hands, knelt down and
tride in their needed improvement j know of tho houie doings, the only ! prayed. I noticed that the eyes of
medium through which it comes is several of the boys were moist when
your heue paper, and it is the she finished, and, w hen she walked
delight of the editor to tell you this, around the circle and lifted up her
would be made.
At the next conference with the
Indians it seems probable that the
matter of opening the Umatilla res
ervation to settlement will be ar
ranged. This ia evidently a deep
.disappointaient to the federal oili
ciale ou the reservation and at Pen
dleton. It would perhaps have been
dillicult a few months ago to make
a disinterested observer believe that
aay of these officials were iu favor
I'ersons wlio suffer from Inuiprcsticn
ran arre.-t the progress of that painful
lialatly by the usTof b:; after-dinner
piil, so composed that it wiil f;ive tone
o the stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse
lis liver to iicalUilul action, invipmnste
Jie kidneys, and thus, throughthe activity
'A these" organs, promote'' tho natural
novenicnt of the stomach and bowels.
A.yki;'s Pills are po compounded that
:hcir action. Iliouirh mild. t!!"cetuallv i;ro-
juccs the above results. They also, in
5iu i:i!r Constipation, remove thi; cr.itse of
Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney Dis
ease. Rheumatism, and many other serious
contain no mineral nor poisonous stiii
vtance, and do not pr'.pe unless the
bowels are irritated, ami even then their
influence is healing. To continue their
effect in constipated' or chronic cases, they
need only bo taken in diminishing instead
of increasing doses. l"or seamen, and in
habitants or travelers in sparsHv settled
countries where physieiuin arc not at
hand, 4 hey are of inestimable value.
There is linrdly a sickness they will not
alleviate, and iii most cases cv.re, if taken
promptly. To youn.r sdrls just entering
hpon womanhood, and' to women whose
period of maternity is drawing to a close,
Aycr's Pills, in moderate doses, merely
sufficient to ensure rojrular action ot 'ilia
bowels, will be. found of
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., "Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
By insuring your dwelling
Caveats, Re-issues and Trade-Marks sc-
speaK words of encouragement, i dimpled mouth to each bearded face. cured, and all other patent causes in the
comment when in place admonish j to be kissed, she received a succes
when needful, and counsel in all j sion of convulsive hugs that must
that is good and righ,. j have bruised her frail bodj. The
j entire company heid a consultation
i over the matter tho nicht we reach-
Feter, of Highland, dropped in, j ed our permanent camp, and it was
Monday, and was relating some- j formally decided to adopt this
thing that, if not true, sounds vary j brown waif as "the child' of corapa
characteristic. He says that a few nv Y" When Bertie was infarm-
dsvs a---o some ladies of hish stand- t.d ? n,. lw ,.nmmin .lol. ! Near L. S. Patent OtEce.
Take yonr ciioicc of Com
panies: Home Mutual,
Mrs. Olive Hanimnn, an old resident of Wal
ton county, and a lady of culture and promi
nence, lias this tu say ot tne treatment ol cancer
with Swift's Speeific!:
Over fifteen year3 Agn a canrcr maie its a-peantT't-e
on n.y lace. It was treated with plas
ters, and the t-ore cyme -ut. The place hi alcd
up aftur soniti time, and eceniin'C.y my face w:ut
well. However, in a few years it returned aain
sv'ith more violtne; than ever. It cave me a
KTcat deal of j,ain. The former remedv seeined
to do it no god. Knowing the disease to run
in the family, having- had one sister to die with
cancer, I became seriously apprehensive of my
condition. It c-ntinued to increase in size and
virulence. I almost jjave up atl hope of ever
being cured. Ths physicians advibed the use of
the Itnile and caustic. This was more than I
eouid bear, and refused to have it uueratetl ujon
in that way. Al other rcint-Uies were ued, but
the cancer enntinuud to jrrow worse. The pain
v. as excruchi.tirv,', and iy life was a burd:n. in
this extremity mv son, lr. Uavdman, commend
ed me to try Swift's Spci-ifie. Ic was the last re-
gorr,, nut 1 was so prey.iuii-eci airamst tlie ue of
patent nied fines, and cspecialJ;,' thisonj, that I
hesitated some time. At laat I irave ny coiisent,
n.'t believiuL' there v,aj ny virtue in it. Trie
hrst bottle only increased the size of the sore
and the dis( hare from it, and h-rncc di;i nut in
spire me with any h ipe. On taking thi s.-fond
bottle there were sijrus of improve nVm, ar.u my
faith streimtherted just in rroportion. I ued
the Specific as a wash in the treatment ot my
cancer with rcmirkablc snce -ss. I s, linked tlie
sore with the tiittdiUr.e diluted with aKitie watur.
It softened tlie scab, cooled the r'aee and relieved
the hch:u sensation. The spot on my face be
iran to decrease, as well as the discharge, and
hope sprang- up in my heart. Cou'd it be, I
asked myself, that, I was at iast to be relieved of
this disease? It has triven me so many dark
hours in the j ast that the iJa of being well again
almost overpowered inc. There was a cotitt
between hope and fear for e. long time, it was a
loiiif night of wiping, but j iy caiite with the
mrrnit:-. There is nothing left to mark the
place but a small scar, and I feel that it is im
possible f'.ir mc to express my gratitude for this
great deliverance. It is a wonderful medicine.
Mrs. Olive liAttiuiAX, ilonroe, tia,
Jan. 9, ISa-i.
Abo sx or eight varieties of CilAr'E HOOTS,
I wimth we will sell at
! PRICES TO SUIT TIIK TIMES,
and wiil also ta'.-i- in ex'-nanc? Wheat, Barlev
and Oatsat the llliJUUSX MAKKLT l'illCE.
J XQIV ISTHE TI35E
to insure the greatest amount and choicest varie
ties. i'e warrant our btovk true to name; so
come on and patronize home production.
AARON MILLER & SON,
One Mile North of Milton.
Patent Office ami before the Courts
promptly anil carefully attended to.
Upon receipt of model or sketch of
invention, I make careful examination
and advise as to patentability FUliE OF I
CHAKGE. : j
lees moderate, and I make NO
CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED.
Information, advice and special referen
ces sent on application.
.1. J. LIU ELL. Washington, D. C.
Each of these Companies has
Swifts Specific is cntire.y vegetable, and seems
to cure by forcing out the inij.'uritiC3 from tlie
Ti-eatice on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
The Swiit Specific Co..
Drawer 3, Atlanta, ta.
A Song of Crr.eHacic
In olden times. liothos.a's pool
Was fan.ed for hvoMn a!( diseases;
Once vluncd beneath its waters cool,
Lacii evii, stain and si elm ess ceases.
In modern days we find a cure.
Of worth as rare, as much deserving;
A remedy safe, quick and sure.
Dr. Kichmond's Samakitas Nerviss.
For t)ii!eppy. Spasms, rever3, CoU?s, Cran!j?B,
Coughs, Colds, or any kind of Phthysic;
Its incrits as a hadetsramps
It far above ail other physics.
It ?oB at once risrht ti the spot
Vliere hirk the danjtir. n .ver swervinff;
In all thy w.iWd pL-riiaj-.s tli-Te'f not
A eure like Dr. Richmond's Xs&visb.
As in the blood dir-.eascsliu;
Ka-'h artrry, each vein, e:ich curve in;
There's nothing makes ill humor fly,
Like the Samaritan N.kvink.
F.r o!d or yotmcr, for rich or por,
Whtevsr ciaa of li,:c you serve in,
To health wide open is Hie door.
From the Samaiiitas Nkr.vin.
Thn. do you value strength and health.
And tiiittk tiir :-e hle-mti wu-rtli pri;scrvin',
U( ttcr ti:un a1.! Ki .'lorid..'; wcAith,
Ia It. Kichmond's SAilAUiTAS Nervise.
Private Line Telephones
For uk butTecQ office abd ruldenc
or f aci cry. So! d out right. Ko rent S dj
Takes place of Bell Telrphmie on al
iiacs under two tidies In length. Jt'
Infringement. PM.NoT.)t'b0. 5uti
iaujw. Circular free. Agent icanL4
llarhrrt Tclcphor.r CoM
Dcalw in i'f.lfphnne and Electrical
Suppa ofererv ttcriptitm.
10U Labalio bt-. Cuicaoo.
JfTers Bnperior Inducement with lfg line clinv
ite. soil, mafrnllicent timbers, fertile prairies,
md pure waters; with several Railroads re-n-ntly
completed. Farmers, Iruit growers,
rtoi-k dealer and lnmbermcn should investi
gate t liia splendid country.
Send three pos tage stamps for late railrrfad
ind township map of state with reliable lnfoi
mition of tbe best locations, and special rtet
jf lire I can obtain.
W. ELENRT WILLIAMS,
142 Dearborn Bt., Chicago. IU
cubes mi mmns,
yeopie to subscribe tor toe Leader before
Uover. li oug'it to be in the
in short, aii dicc-.s caused :y Iju-1 lilood aro
con;uei-ed hy this powerful, purifvinjr, and
Ir.viyorat'ni; mcdicinci Urcut Iatliii;
vors rcriuly lieni undtn- ita benisa inliuence.
lis(icial!)r hns it irianifrsud ita ioten-y in
rurlnsr '"ctlcr, Kosn ISaH-, fCoils. Car-bi,,-!c5
f, Soro iiyew. ScrotGloim Sore
n:id W. ellinfii, Ilip-Joiut Ii-eae,
Wiito Siviliita-i, ijoitre, or Tliick
Kcciif and 3jiiScrcA Fond tea
c-cpts iii ptam;;3 lor a hvrva trr.-ati.se, with col
ored p!:;t';s, on Skin liMseg, or tho Hume
am nir.t tarn trwitisn on P'TofiilofigAffeetions.
'-'i'Sflt: IljLOOO IS TIIK f.tst:."
Thnrouhlv oi.-ur.3ii it by using Or. IMcrce'n
S.olclen ffiefiical Sltxctircry, and eood
Hiii vt;:i, a fair bliir, bnuvarit pir-.
ilr-,v :.-) f.trenrtlt. ami not: :i dues of
coiistilutiou, will IX! totubii4.ijt.-U.
-which is Scrof ulna Disease of th
I,;ih;;k, s Tiron-.jitly and ccniiiE.lv orrerted
and eured l:y this God-riven remedv, if taken
tifore tho la't siaesoi the di"isr; are reached.
iruai disease, wU.-n I'rst oiir-ritiir this nr.i c
wondr-rlul power over this terribly
rnratijti rcu-'aly to tho public. Dr. I'ikkch
tnnuirht Sfrif)ii.ly of calpnir it h:s "Cou
ch iu at i o ii tu.-c.- tut tiiuinucD-jd that ruuno
as um in:ied f r u nwrtlioiiie wtiich, from ita
wonderful rmbination ol tonic, orbtrencrthcri-
I inpr, aiti.-i-ative, or bkxxI-cKnsinir, anti-billoi.s
of every rain ia Uc:atilia County, as ths rricc , ?ieetonil,aiidDUtririvupioiKTtiea,isiint-qi;alel.
is only j.". iii n n::uwj MMjMunyuxMi ux wm
juu.-. uuii iur ttil
For Kale v .1. ..
Kanta A Co., lenter-
in:,' and approved piety, iu 5t. Lou-: egaled for the purpose, she nsdded j TAKE WING.
is, visiteu tlie jail ana canea upon iler head and uiade answer in her , 'J
Ol tb Indians reein;j to tha terms j Maxwell, the .Lughshiuan who lutir-; quaint fashion.
f tho Sitter bill, and it would per-lderJ his friend, cut off his head j '! Hke ye, bevs, an' hit's a go:"
ips be an y maUer to obtain ! ,a"J Packed his, b'd ia , a rtTaa'' i TUe b nt was fitted up for
m.U.!i- tl.of i Cne? Panted him with fine bo-j her especial use, aiid if a man had
Washing and Ironing.
Opposite Sa'.in? i Co.'s. - Mam Ft., Weston.
Washing, To cents per ti-izpp. Whit? shirts
: r.ished ant iri-n'erl in the best atvle f-.r ''one
ncHts. nvnrpispd ilfn Kvniiinthv fur ! yr.no t.. l. hiitce yke?." No chire for cuffs, collars and
... , 4, . . ,, ' r j a .v- ou uuu m uutiui naoakerchiefs U le than six of each.
.some of thoi usJ tbeir influence ,,,. Then passing by another cell I back a present for "The Broncho "
Jii active opposition to the amr.
hat the whale business has assumed
a new phase; it is hish tune to
Deposited with the State Treasu
ref of Oregon for the protection o?
they peeped in. and- incufired of the : his lite would have het-n nl.ief.fl in
jailor: i,wrilr. ShA VVHrtsrl Ufnn.-larf ill i TITAjTED
" . f 1 J . v. .. v.. . . w . : V .
r'l;,.!!,,.,!,' i. i "
Dixon's ne-.v and superior mftT9 and j
Y hat was that man nut in fori" I inttuonnn n.-cr tipi'i-niirrl, m.l
i i , . ., , , ,., j torsnllmf; beer, repacJ tho there was nut ono in the company ! ci,m. As oaviii.
hedge, to put the burden of b.ane jilllor. , wfa wBU,d not haV(J ,aiJ y j -orld. K.r4oW
Q some one who is distasteful te j "Oh, the brute!"' they exclaimed, i iife for her. Reckless Jeff in par
the powers that be. "Old man ! "He might to be hanged. Isn't Le j tieuiar was her devoted Elave, and
X amooru has betm discosed of. and I i "ihe lironcno was always in his
row, accordinj to the aforesaid offi
cials, Father Courarriy is the guilty j
nan. It Is net likely that even
thi- brilliant flank movement will
have the effect of covering the re
treat ef those who wre as much
opposed to the terms of the Slater
bil! as Father Conrardy was. His
opposition was well known, as was
iso that ef these who are now try
ing te screen themselves by espo.
an agency ai anv in tt
e cataotiue, free, a-liress
353 Market St. San Francisco. Cnl.
company. cue lovect tinn and
Balzac says tne whisper of a ! would s"it for boar3 in h;s strong
beautitul woman can be heard ' , i;ctn;n to th stories thr.
further than the loudest call j feij fr0ni ois lipa, oceasionally com
duty. But the man who is creep- j ia her old fashioned wav.
ins up stairs who nis ooots otl at i -.. ,. . rlrwd f
two o'clock: a. m., and hears the ! TO0 0 us! with ribl..ons and j is beautiful, all but her slrin ;
...sper or oi. wue as ne ieane fine dresseg tBan Broncho Bertie. 1 2nd nobcdv has
At'iP file lbonijf- in fna riortnafr! i . . .
V v.!.- l - u T ii' Unce wben she was sick, a man cer ho;v easy it
,. " . , "i killed his horse riding
cuiei tneugnt is now niucn ne wouia i
Many a Lady
like to change his boots fer a pair ,
I surgeon, and the men
' wav abnllt ran-.n lest " i ha Rmn- i
Icho"" shenld be disturbed. Mad i Balm
sick, a man ner no;v easy it is to nr. i. ' v , '
for the post beaut7 on the skin. Bev 1 , do. ,0
tip toed their j . T t not to nave, .ofik-
THE LEAKER OFFIC E.
' S MenThinkS-i
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment Few do. , Not to know is
A WOXrFJU UI HOOK.
Juf publisher., antl hjr bv the medical book
dtulcrs, or may Lc Jia'l uirct tv ui t.ie author.
An exhaustive treitiso: also a brief lecture on !
T.yiUi sy an l .rher Nervous Uiee-ic?, bv LH. S. :
A. RICHMOND, St. ,!n$iih, Mis-.uri. 1'rire
Fully i'lustracJ cU-aiitly bound, '
c HitaiTiiri uvt-r -j.V) .uxe. I
This v.-aniirlul booli rev. als the innr?miost se
ctet.H of nature, and i, in t'l'.'t. a kf--y which opens
tlie bjk of knowlcje, and piuvkji leave of I
hea mg froijt the tree of life, it mats of sub
jects tthich aro of iniiutrise value to even n.a:i.
! womtn &n'i chi.d in the bit'l. aii'J will, in ail
jT jiA;fi.:ty, save jnars or s:c;;riL-33 ana i r.uni s
in d.tetor bills. Agents wanted everywhere, both
nui!e a;id ftiiiale. SnJ at onct aad get a-tr.t3
per yeir when piiti in advanrc. Cires al
iocal iriUliii'iinceatd tuc news of the
Chicago snds outsveatee'hun-;Mi''t8n taught her to read and spell, j
dred druiaaiers far business. ianJ tte ctptaia beoght her the I
Jverf Blood, and Lungs.
i Tf vou feci dull, drowiry. dpljilltatol, havo
i rsiiw coljr of sitJii. cr j-'.llowit:!i-l.towa epota
r5K. ad tasio i:i mouth, Inte.ual heai or chills,
ait-rnitintr w; h liot l!af he, lovr ppiri's and
irloorjiy lxin:bociinc. imvu'r appt:tiU-. and
Xn..twi ir.irii. von nrf STilft-riii? fr-i;n India
cciioii,Jy'P''P-,?5 0"l Torpla Liver,
S r "Miiioui!e!-." la juar.y cases only
part vi 1 1 1 l . . "i .-".. di i. v.. i ("i i' ii' t.Tj. as
uoldcii ictliciil Iicovery has no
I J or Tvcaic I.'in?s, Splttinar of Blood,
j PhortncfH oi ISrcaih, fii oucltititu
tn j Severe tonhj, Connampliou, aud
i kimlnxi aHwlKiiu, it is a sov;:rui,Tj rt-tpwiy.
j Stad tr-n cents In Etampp foi' l)r. Pitrrct'S
j boo on Conbumptioo. boltl Iy Ilruggiala.
Warid's DisjSBnsarj Msdioal hsociation,
Proprietors, CG3 ilaia EL, BrrriLO, K.T.
FAC1HC STATES MAP,
CALIEOSKIA STATE MAP,;
Anil Other rnMlcatioiiA.
fiend far a)p!c cop.
For farther particulars write to
R. A. Tenney,
CO 5AXSOME STREET, SA" FRAh'CISC1, CAL
A'STT-BILIOTTS 2uld CATHARTIC
Sold by Druggist. 25 oeua a rial.
13 offered by the pronrtetort
of Ir. Sage's Catarrh limedy
J J( .4 cannot cure.
3 y4 If you havpad;;haTEaTrOTn
mJl ti the nose, offemiva or otber-
W wae, partial k8 of Km-!1. taste.
" orhcarinf, wca!;cvee.dur puiii
or pre?Tur In head, yoti have Catarrh, iaou
Mr. Eaw f Catarrh Rt-.mkdy cures the wont
cas-.-sof t;atarri, "Cld in the Heads'
and Catarrhal Headache. SO cent.