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About Weston weekly leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 1878-189? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1885)
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! orator. Ha tr-i;::
At the annual raew-i at Balecu,
Eastern Orphan horses carried i3
some of ike vri.oH.
The Republicans aught to win in
Nw York this FaM. It is down
Hill work 'with them.
It is wbaa farmers are prosper-1 and ho stammered in his sptKcii, but
r !ir i - i .1.. - . -
obs tliat they should praztice eeon- ui(rB uaia tay came To mm
upon their ccunty f.iira ami jerk
the bird r.f freedom bakl-beaued on
the Futirth of July.
Deinasiheties had a short breath,
a hejitsjtiujT sjjt-pch, find Lin manners
wero very ungraceful. To reoicdy
his R'Hmiiic-iiiijr he tilled his mouth
full of pebblt-s and howled his stnti
luents at the angry sea. Plutarch
says that Demosthenes inade a dis
mal failure of his first speech. This
did not tliscouragB him. llr iinaliy
became this smoothest orator in that
counlrv, Mid it was no uncommon
Two Indians hud a close call at
Wallula la"t Sunday. They wers
hot dead by a man named James
The wpakcess of the last Legisla
ture for female clerks is raid to
hare been the cause of so many
in said thntihfroiHiiofu.tr
that tho Walla Walla StaUj.itcc.i
will die of financial pktLora or
'i'-.'.v rev sysUria ..' .' - ';
il.'t .o.s!iit;-s 'oi :Mt !i ;v;i r.d t-v.c-.
is proviOjj u 5jr.at ..r.-.c-.'s ar. i is
&it&kui ''.'.) tii.) i"i;.;: it th-.
ofiict'3. Instead u sending the
inspectors hither and thither to look
afur isolated cases of fraud brought
to the attention of the office, and
having the time of the inspectors
frittered away in. expensive travel,
Couimissiorer Sparks a few weeks
Hgu adopted a new plan ir the work
of thrso officials, which is being
n me ut-teiT.'
- out. ib ji
Ten new belU that cost $5000
"." """" i r.rin finn 1..-.
luineral claim. e;c. lniSj ' ' ' -
i new M SU'in
a virtual "clean
Uouchor has returned to the lie
publicau fold. Good. If the sumo
jsrty would ordy corral Den Butler
gain the democracy would have
causa to rejoice.
It is aluio.st tin;e for the govern
ment to prepare winter quarters
for the Apaches and other Indiana
that hav boen murdering and
jdllagirj; all summer.
It is air.usiu even to llepu'oli
cans to see the Beif-iinportant and
pondnreus Offjonian writho and
wriggle under the well merited lash
ini;s bestowttd. upon it y its u'lv
edited contemporary, tho Standard.
It is now announced that the
Canadian Pacific railroad will b,
opened far carriage of freight and
passenger on Oct. 7th, which will
give live overland lines from this
coast to-wit: The Southern Pacitic,
Central P.tciiic, Oregon Short Line.
Northcra Pat i tic and Ct:nniiuu Pa-cilic.
Devil's Lake (Dak.) disttict is rtek
inj; with peijury. They alii') say
r.liat in Kansas and Nebraska fully
70 per cent, of all land entries are
crooke.i and will be cancelled, Colo
rado is about as b:'.d, and altogether
throughout tho entire west not 50
per cent, of the unperfected land
tntries are free fram fraud.
The iat3-iamented Legislature
made an appropriation for immigra
tion purposes and Governor Mooily,
in accordance with the provisions
of the bill, appointed a State Hoard
of Immigration. It is now claimed
that Eastern Oreert is being slight
ed. Hod. L. Ii. Cox of Pendleton
is the Eastern Oregon member of
the State Board. It appears, how
vr, that he ha3 been present Hi
only one meeting. If Eastern Ore
gon has not been represented, it has
reason to complain of Mr. Cox.
The million dollar Grant menu
iunt committee find themselves in
a perplexing dilemma. People will
Met 8ubtcr!ba in the dark, and the
ctniMittoe ere not ready to say how
they jnean to spend the fund. The
soheme outlined by ex-Governor
Ce'rnell will not help them ont of
their didicnlty. Pew will care to
centrihute to tha mongrel struct
Jire he proposes, which would be
neither monumental fish, Hcsh, nor
foul, nor even a good mtaiorial red
herring. lie proposes a shaft, a
library of American history end a
mautum of war relics, roiled into
one; but very tew will agree with
him in thinking such a mixture of
The New York Democratic plat
form h the foliowirg about Presi
deut Cleveland: We commend the
wise and statesmanlike tone t his
inaugural address, and the signifi
cant public recognition in the selec
tion of his cabinet advisers of the
fact that tho Union of these thirty
eight indestructible stat.es is at last
thoroughly reestablished. His
firm, considerate and conscientious
conduet as president Ins already
proved the falsity of the prediction
f oational calamity with which his
enemies and enemies of the demo
cratic prty endeavored to alarm
the public mind duriag the cauvass.
thinj; lor him to till the Pirst Church
of Atueas full.
I must now leave Demosthenes
and pass on rapidly to f.pi-ak of
Patrick Ilei.ry. Mr. Homy was
the matt wlij wonted liberty or
dvath. Jlcprt-ferred liberty, though.
It ho couldn't have liberty he wanted
to die, but he vts in no great rush
aoou: it. v lun tne tyranc asiKfti all entiles in :it-u' jiexiso win b
him what style tyi death he wanted j held for cancellation, and that the
he f.aid that he would rather die of
extreme old age. He was willing to
wait, he said. He didn't wane to
go unprepared, End he thought it
would take him eighty or ninsty
yt-ara more to prtpHie, so tint when
he was ushered into another world
he wouldn't ba ashariiud of himself.
When he started in he was gentle,
mild and cpuiet in his manner, but
later n, carrying his audiruce with
him, he at hist became enthusiastic.
He thundered, he roared, he whoop
e'l.he hot. led, he jarred the windows,
he sawed the air. na spilt t he hor zun
with his clarion note:;, he lipped
over tho t:ib!, kicked the la:nrs
'jut of tun chandeliers, an 1 smashed
th big bass viol over the chief
Oh, Deniusllieaen was business
when he got started. It will ie a
long time before we see another otl
hand speaker like Demosthenes, and
f, for one, h ive never been the same
man since I learned of his dath.
One hundred and ten years ngi
Patrick Henry said: "Sir, our chaiv.s
are forged. Their clinkii.g may
ho heard on the plains ot Boston.
The war is inevitable, and let ir
coine. I repeat it, sir, let it co.ne! '
Then it came. Whenever there
is a large, inevitable cwiillict float
ing around waiting for permission
to come, it devolves oi the great
statesman and bald headed literati
of the nation to avoid all. delay. It
is the duly ot the great orator to
howl for war and then hold some
other utan's coat while he fights.
now chiu.e at Chautauqua
England drank 150,000 gallons
less of claret in 1884 than in 1883.
cariied ,ut with astounding results. -&'svf a uiousanu lUaon converts
A special from Washington, ex- now wear th bIaa riUhon of teia
plaining the new system, says the. j perance.
inspectors take one township a: a There are fifty miles of steel rail
lime,' exaadne every entry without ! read tracks belonging U the Chica
exceptioii, and ascertain if each J nn stoclcvard.
lnciivKtual entry maoe has complied
The Coin iiion has Ieen owned by I
Boston over 250 years. ri TTrn k T CTT.rC1T (21AA irr
G. IVl.45iI - ... President
A. 5 VEXEX - - Secretary
E. E. SMITH - - Asst. Secretary
32. .?. B55J51A.N1 - - - Treasurer
E. E. WiSB
. ,i -.1 i . . , iiiit-iiii k i;uuuia i;i Lilt i; I't'
xtrlrMv with I lift ri.:iniirr In
ruiUuun Patare Sletpiirs ?"ars.
35asa!3ccKt Bp.y 'i:irjesaal
ELES.VT lOIlClt IXT SIXEP1XU C.IKS
with bertV.s frw of cos
From Washington and Oregon
TO THE EAST!
Mauajer 32aiiuf g S)ct)c., Chicago jTia St. Paasi nnil Minneapolis.
E. UriSAXW. I
JOSiN WiSlTE, ii. V".
SFFJriiGK & 30UR?1JE, Attorneys. ; rastest lima Evar Wad a from
The only TruM-rontimntuI Line Kunninjf
PALACE D3fjj?3Q CARS.
3 wpr,' feT York Ci!y in chase a Piaao
Pianos ami Organs ohl on easy payments Ii yon par-
on t!ie install-
swept, ana ins rr-sutt is mat rnaii j sepu-moer .aou tieatas, j , yu inub , limt -r,aa jm.: mili3 he Ciiir-)e!h'iU iVai av eSlHSC
nuM.reos o. ta.se claims are sep. ; &nU - -la m.rrwges. j vhlltCVer, to rc!r UlV ItXStTllilliUli . iiRlV liaViSJJf yiiui U
away unu ine laivi risicirtu i-j ii.b
public . do.nain. Tho land oliien
oflicials state that '.)0 per cent, of
Northsrn Pacific Raiiroa
;-:-.r-j--rQ FAVOK1TE 1LCVF. REMEDY b
I t: ' i If wair'tnie-.i not to ct'.iain r. single par
uj ticlt: of Mercery or any injurious sub-
I staace, but is purely vee4116
- It. vrUl Cure aU Diseases caused
Toy Derangement of the Liver,
Kidneys and Stouiacb.
If yotir liver is out of order, then your
whole system is deranged. The blood is
impure, the breath offensive; you have
headache, feel languid, dispirited and
nervous. To prevent a more serious con
dition, tUe at once Simmons
REGU1ATOR. If yu lead a
-I W 'tf IH! sectary life, or suffer with
W Kidney AflecVioiift. avoid
stinuilants and take S.nuncns liver Kegulalor.
Sure to relieve.
If ou have eat-n anything hard of
dijicfcttcn,! or fcei heavy after meals or
sleepless fit night, take a dose and you
will feel relieved and sleep pleasantly.
If you. are a miserable sufferer with
Crmsiiwion, Iypppsi and
JH liti;ijss. seelc relief at once tu
imn.t.ns Liver Kepiilatftr. It dtes not
require coni-'nuul tlosir.j, and costs but a
trine. It wiU cure yoi:.
If yen w;-.ke up in t!;c inornirg with a
titter, bzxi taste iu your uth,
R Til jiiiO UaL.rCa . P?l B 7i:7'fl Stamens IJvcr Krculator. It cor.
I "i MH V rcti ths Diiior.s Stoma-.h, swfttctn
f'.y. Cntfli-i! J'.t!i;rs. S. .3,,- A LaZS ihc Br::it!l, ad cleanses thl Furred
ilj', ItVIi t i i!-.: 'Hi. t.'.ji. .
I Central Park, Iew iork, is be pan OB H, J'OU Villi iili SO ilOt SO.-i-r OKP tlOlSaV J"OU Slave j Q-ye CHICAGO,
j coming acted for the number cf su j 5aid. fiie ChajJi'l fjaii.S KfcUl to c3i3v2ses OiS $50 J . , . " ' .
licides on its :;rounds. i hlOUthl.V SJaVBieat:-;,' wllifil iVO'lM Gil OJilv ti'-IJ eeiiJs hrr ' ,-"lV!KJLj!u.
High toned families at Newport, j iff11'01' iiWmlWT ' SaaihScitOOl j ' OS3A- LjXS nVSlIiti
t. j ..... i a
Slow Swrit Y4' (listen Walk.
P'dilauelphi'i News: The wiggle-
I waggle, which is equal iu its way to
the Grecian oenu, or the tilt, is an
achievement of ihe modern "mat
tress" and "saddle," and not possi
ble without them. Ir is a move
ment, a -ort of swelling from side
to side, which seems to be quite in
dependent of the body, and to be
executed only v.it'i the machinery
of the dress skirt, and this is very
nearly the case. An inclination
forward and a slight determination
in walKin trom one side to the
other sets the machinery in motion
and produces the funny result which
any one can tee who happens to
walk behind a fashionably dressed
girl. If a girl had to lok and act
liko that she would be a pitiable
object, but as it is a matter of choice
and dependent upen caprice, which
ill demand some new form of
sell-immolation shortly, it makes
little ditierence. Lut no caricature
couid do more than justice to the
dude and the belle as they appear
in the street in year of gear, 1885.
The l.aml oi ilie Free.
who usually spend $50,000 a sea
son, are hard up this year.
German geologists estimate that
the Dead Sea will be a solid miss
of salt a thousand years heiice.
In France all the cows are milk
ed on the left side and the oii'-liorse
is always 'called the nigh one.
When a Massachusetts postmas
ter gets a letter addressed to some
body, "K pan," he at once chucks
it into the instil bag for Cape Ann.
It is just fifty years ago that the
construction of the first French rail
road, that from Paris to St. Cer
muiu, was officially sanctioned.
An annual appropriation of 25,
000,000 for northwestern rivers ahd
canals alone i demanded, but it is
clear that this would be only a beginning.
The White Hausa letter paper is
Tiie rc:ohr.:,tc;l IM KAX3J S'lASOS hove lwe-i in use throuh.-.tit
the Stutcs f r uvli tv.''iU" ye n-, :n rl :i:-o firs'-c'us jn every n:rf:iev.iur.
We uive a wari'intee uidi evt:ry instrnrunt, thxi runj live yt;:us fr m
at? of n?ul we are ri rht hero t j i.i ilie it J. We h:ive !.u-ii'ities
f .r repaiiiiry I'iaaos ai:-l Oraa.s u: uur &li."-.-a iu the city e? IJo.-t'.uiul
and .-ill work wniTfcnte.l.
Our Miniic HrJl aiul Warerooin ar.i on First sfro.-;t, N.i. :;:!'. Ta!:e th First tret tars .m-lult'o
to the corner of Clay street. Tho;2 wii j eann'.t e.i'.I on us can writ j !ir :..r:'e.iV.!i an! earuleue ef
oiv instrument. Address
Durai-sd Organ Oo,5 Portland,
Viimivih E'm?3:;iit S3cepns
I And au n ri'sclar rxnrr trniics
I vrr lilt :!Sirr h-uu;!ia oi iite ori3a-
Livvi '.VulivJn Jstn-.'-ion .it A:W a. in.
:-j V'jviliind at ;::" v.m. ; arrive at M'n-i;tti!vii-J
'T r. i'jit.l tu., lonrtii tJav.
i'tri:ctit:u iiMtlf ah M. Van', ::;nl Minacapolis
; to all Doiiit-s lva -t, Sautli und fcoutiicaat.
! Tmin leaves PortUMil uaily llr4."i a. m. Arrive
fit- Tr.t omrt 0 -i.t p. in., eonneerinir vri'h .
Ii. ii . Cf'.s I)o:iti forull points on i'uet Sound
A. IK ."HAULToX, Uuu i Vv'esc'n I'y.s.s. Agent,
No. 2 ttasiiUigtc-n St., fortland, Or.
e'Mt'lrti of;en need some safe Cathar-
and Tt-.iiii trt avett aPDr-achina sickne.
Simmons Liver Rccl"tor w ill relieve Co'.ic, Head
ache. Sick Sitrm.-ich, Inaipcvtinn, I-scnteryt and
the CompL.-iiuiii incident to Cbildhoc-u.
At any time you feel your system needs
ck-anMUE, tnnili?:, regulating without vklent
purlins, or stiinuUtiiig without intoxi
caiing, take '
EimmsM Lwi? Rsguktor.
I FflEPArtEO BY
the mum hursery
for Infants and Chlldren
Castortslssoveiiarlaptoatocaildrecthat 1 Casterta etires Colie, ConstiTiatton,
LASoOmcEAT La G&axpk, Onr.t,
! August 1S5.
Notice is li?rey ifiveii that tlie ftjllowinjf
named set thrr It. tVicl notice of 1:U irtentioii to
Kiakc finl prtof in suvwrt of his elaiia, &nd tliat
s:i id proof will ho marie h -fore 12. It. Ilarlcer, a
Nuuiry 1'ubiir, at CVntorvilie, Oregon, on Octo
ber 'Mt 1:, vi:;r
R S. No. CM-?, For the fr'ithwost qnartcr o
section 11, township 5 N., It. :-':t vni, W. M.
Site r.aiufs tiie folUiwin-witnesst-s to prove hit
eontinuous residence upvn, and cultiwvtioa of
fcaid hml, viK
John K. Vincen. A. U. MrF.wan, Ed White
man and Hob-Jit llel'-v-iin. a'.! if VntewiTto, Or
23 i licgutr
QUEEN OF WATEr.3. ,
ot the finest quality, With bautl- ; recommend it as superior to any urescrintioa 9 Sour Btomach, DiarrhoBa, Eructation. ! T.-.e unoeri?ned haor ham a larjro sortment Cnarr.Titecd SlcJicinallv Haiwrior-eor.::n:i!;
fully printed heading. Jefferson , known to me.- H. A. Archer, II. D., I KUto Worms, eives Sleep, and promote, dl.. of one, two au.. turccyr-oU j iiijre namral iuii.cr.-il salts. H is pure. Jsti,
headed his own foolscap with a
A Boston bank whi"h daily re
ceives a large amount of money
from Montreal, has each bill dipped
into carbolic acid.
It is said that the buttons attach
ed to the rear of men's coats are a
relic of the time when swords were
worn, and wore used to support the
eu. vahhu si., aroeaiyn, m. x. Without injurious medication.
Th. Cectacb CosrAHY, 182 Fulton Street, N.TJ. ' Jj1 2. iA. 5J
iii;re naiural mii.cr.il salts. It is pure. Is tlia
j jiilyuiurtctic water known in the wi rld hicli
.ii ii i .i m iMi.il imrrnrwr
'i T'OCiC3 I icisUiiivtly upon the srereth lis cf the Liver,
lit JL yLtw J Salucy, Urinary aucl Gei.crative Orgnasscdii
I Nature's Sovereign Kemeiiy fr that numeniia
A very beautiful picture of Dam
ocratic simplicity was seen the oth
er day when President Cleveland
was joggmw fdong for forty two which ones may be sent for a tvo-
Some Yankee millionaire, whose
pock ts are lined with precious
coins, furnishes the information
that the silver dollar weighs a trifle
less than an ounce, and that corres
pondents who are in doubt as to
tho -weight of their letters can tell
miles cn a rough hilly read in New-
York State, mounted on an old
fashioned buckboard. While all
Europo is overwhelmed with pomp
and p-igeantry because two or three
uionarchs arc travelling around
through the country, the United
States presents a characteristic il
lustration of the superiority of uur
institutions in the person of its
Chief Magistrate, whose only trav
elling companion and guard of hon
or is a friend of early days armed
with a fishing rod. The Gzar of
Russia trembles for hislife w hen he
uti-p beyond the portals of his pal
ce, and goes attended by armed
lfgions. The President of the Uni
ted t'tates lies dewn by the lakeside,
with stars for his canopy, and sleepB
iu safety, encircled with love and
respect of his people as his surest
and barest shield.
cent stamp by balancing then
singly against the silver standard of
the realm.' With a forethought
that suggests long familiarity with
newspaper circles, the writer adds:
"If you have not the dollar, five
nickels and a small copper cent will
give the ounce weight."
Wbrn lit lite Wrong Channel
The bile wreaks grievous injury. Headaches,
eonsiiviation, pain in ths liver and sf.imiaeh,
jaundice, nausea ensue. A fe-.v doses of Hostel
ler's Stomach Bitter's will reform these evils and
prevent further injury It is a pleasant aper
ient, its action upen the bowels beinr unaccom
panied by griping. The liver is both regulated
and stimulated by it, and as it is very impolitic
to disregard disorderof that oryan, which through
neglect may culminate in dangerous congestion
and hepatic abscess, the Bitters should be resort
ed to at an early stajre. Failure to do this ren
ders a contest with the ma'ady more protracted.
Fever and ague, rheumatism, kidney and blad
der troubles, are remedied by this line medicine,
and the increasing infirmities of age mitigated by
it. it may ne also usetl in conva!escenee with
advantage, as it hastens the restoration of vigor.
LiJSJo RLii-n S'cic's t :;ui:i!i oni.
"Why am olo Aunt Ann like
neighbor Parson's dorg?" asked lit
tle black Pete, as lis tumbled into
his old father's presence.
Srciufd to Liuk Snvi-gy.
Palatka (Fla.) Herald: We have
some of the laziest negrees in the
world right here in Palatka, and iu
summer thev live on cattish and
melons. We saw or.o cf those lazy
creatures the other day. tie had
his tishing lint tied to his dog's
hind le?;, and when a lish would
bite he would give his do a dick.
AYERS f?AR'APAni.T.A has dcmryr-.sirr.lt':!
power cl" .-iuv i'.j:- r.U di.icnsos of i h-j bit. ..-St.
The Har-jocpcr'n r':cr
In..7. ATEil ?z (.'o.T.v. :
T,";ts a liT.ry-niin.-i in lk'.- tVi it I'm v. ;t
oti:ern c-f tiiv ere.. n .ii.l r.'.y-- .1 . ; c i .i 'i t: . -.
ectirvy. Our bo'I:! ; ver; h!- i:,'. -1
ana l'iirt;.:;i'.-, t"t-th , i.i?r i .-
fv r ii-' our i'n :ik tl r.. V
iillM -.Mii-.-o .,-;;!, :;'-i;h:it:i;'y u-- - . i ..
c:!;::.:: 1ml u cfi:piu fi,7t'n l ' -.-'. .'
Ai;SAiA;:ii i.a Mi l y.-.y - Vi t'.u.'. i
rred i i i: u!:!.,-w tlv. : I ;v-: t v r :-I!-
--r.-; : i:i.:.t Uy v.vy lln.rt:-; uif .
A Rcir.a: kabie Care of a Horse.
Apples, I'ears, Cherries, Plums.etc,
Some new and rare fruit. Also cveral of the
Also six or eight varieties of GRAPE KOOTS,
which we will sell at
piuces to si: it the times,
and will also take in exchange Wheat, Barley
and Oats at the IIWHKST MAliliET 1'ltICK.
lias s of diseases that uGlictthe human laBiflj. I
Z3T Thousands of trstiiaonta a mailed free.
Asa test we will send you a sample case ot I
n quart hottlcs.ns hot: led for family and dub I
Ue,ou receipt of 1.H0 aud this advcilhcucut, I
ir a half barrel fr 3- Address 1
T. H. BRYANT, Box B,WACKEsrrA,Wrs.
ISy insuring your tlweilins
Secretary Lamar is evidently go
ing to shake up the Pacific railroad j ''i:1,''
couipanu's. lie has ordered the
commissioner of railroads, Gen. Joe
.Johnston, to send a letter to Charles i
1 Adams, (-.resident of the Union
Pneitic, and C. P. Huntington, presi- : -
dent of the Central Pacilic, stating '
that the department had been in
formed that their companies had :'r
"Can't tole ver. honev," replied for- years been paving a subsidy ot
tho delighted father, as he stroked j nearly $1,000,000 per annum to the !
the knotty kinks on the child's ' Pacitic Mail steamship companj,
head. "Why am it, sonny!" land instructing them to forward to "
'Parson's pup is black and tan, j the commissioner a cory of the :con- j -'
hain't it!" j tract between the companies and J -.V
"Yaa?, in course it be, replied ! the Pacific Mail cimpany: also to i , :
the old man. I cease payment ct any money o
"Well, hain't she black Aunt j the Pacitic Mail company until the
Ann, too!'' and the youngster turn-: iiiattereouhlbe throughly investigat-
Tho Ti'oo.':r"s Expc-Irnec.
h I. :
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Take your choice 1 Cos;:-
Coh Jmes L. Vloinintr, a prominent grnrpry
nKTi-haiit, a member of tiie firm of Ilei'ii:nr
I'iron, Atlanta. (Ja., nir.k&3 the f Mowing sttitc
ineiit of tlie treatment trf a valuable hoisuwith
In the i til of 1US: I had a valuable eolt taken
with a stvere ease of pinkeye, whirli resn't.-ri iti
the most fearful vast of blood po!siiin;r I bave
ever seen. After ciyht or nine m itiths of dn:
tori n- with every remedy that I e uUl hear of, I
despaired of a cure. At this time the horsi was
unable to move, because of swoMen limb-. His
riht hind le was as lanjc as a man's b'idy, and I
had on it over forty mmiing sm-es. He h:rl also
a number f lariro sores on his body and other
limb?. He was a mest pitiable h-i;iti oh "ft,
and t was advised to end bis sufferings with the
shot 311 n. lie was a valuable animal and 1 ilicl
not want to "lose him. After raeUin my brain
in search f(ir another remedy nu-re elfieaciou. 1
th'tutrht of Ke;fr.! Sjiwilie. I knew it was in
vabiable totlie human f.tmiiy a 1.1. (.".!. purii'er,
ami why should itn .t k- i-tr the animal as'.ch?
I did n.t hc-sitats, but sunt but July to Atlanta
J b-vAu the trc.'.tnifufc v.i".h4 ..z. of S. S. S. r.nd
4 03. iti water thi;r iiints a tliy. This I contin
ued for a wei-r. Tht-ti I iii'-mcd the dose r.
ii oz oi f .x.h, und pot. tinned fur a week. Th- n I
inereast-d 1 1 3 .. i.nd run it a week, when I wetir
Ij.ck ttiti'i;:. ;i:n. Tiie res: 1 it :vi that at he
end th" .Yt vvi- k the hor.-i: ;iad a ::iir ;t'e
tite, v i'ieii he had lint i;lJ si nee hW ;
At il.tjid ; tee tue-.iiid week even renter im- ;
provt in. i.t v.-as a') ::renT. for mriT-y of tne s .rej
were I ea.ii r uivly, ami Tin.' l.c-ise :itnTiifesed ;i
tir-Air? t.iiiK.ve ubuut.. Ar, the end ftu third
we-.-!, in,- 1.;. ,v-n t ;-h:uv ir' u in 'It aiid tud
niil .;:';:'. Tin- .i w lihi h:vd ab .rtt d:s i. -pt..;re'i.
i u-e.i in ij'u .i'-oui JO lii.t'.L's oi rv.'.ii'Ls
Ii; v.-:-iMf, riin wh. 11 I 'j'i.;i its use the hi-f.se had
o:tiy t-itr sina.i S'-res !efc on him, and they heal
ed nji hiir..'.di;U-!y.
In At'u-t h'vt nil symptoms of the diase
) ;:--'.d itiiiiv, :!;! u.. to d .'.e n S'tis -ii the re
tui n if the tr uihie h;ve ni: !e tii ir ;;p; ciratiee,
:uid ti:e ht-i:ii i :n 1! .i:e a m-.iie's work un niv
1 '.T,'dTi it ;:e 'A th. :;i;-t retnarkaM enr-s 1
h:;vi.' tv.r Uri .v.n. T 1.1- .at icoiieiue h
I row:: ?. h n t the anitna ?.s well as to !iic
litin-.-.!i ijc-j. .(as. L. Klkmi.no.
Aun t.i, J:in. 0, l't.
Send for h.y.m. o: iiio 'd an.l Skin (lisecscs. It
is mailed free. 'I'm. Svvi:t Ss'k. it!., -Co.,
iia Aer 3, At'.allta, ta.
XOW ISTEIE TI35E
to insure the proatest amount and choicest varie
ties. We warrant our Htoek true to name; so
conic on and patronize home production.
AARON MILLER & SC?J,
One Mile North of Milton.
FJi Private Liao Tclepnonal
Ve ..-.s-P I For use between oOce and rcftldfon .
',-2irz?l or factory. Sold outright. No realm
Takes place of Bell leifpnoiiev&Ll'-
lines under two miles la lenstn. ,
Infringement. Pat. Not JmjO-'
la ub. Cirtrtilamfrre. AgnitvMM
liurDrrt 'i-i-Icpaisne I a..
Dialers in Jtkpfione and Kueni tcai
SupplU 0 every deycrtptio.
ua LaSiilc 6t . cnic.ea I
ed tr.-,j hand springs and lighted oil
tho front sidewalk.
Tho tratlic iu intoxicants is so
lucrative te those engaged in it,
that any attempt to suppress or re
strain it is oitt with a wealthy and
well organized opposition. The
best taleut that tuoney can purchase
has beeu bought to defend it. Its
advocates bound together with the
.strong ties of tinaucial interest have
become a powerful factor in politic.
Theso causes have made the tpues
tion extremely intricate and diiTi-
cult of solution.
Mts. i. one cf the great national! fnnfU Ullkf i:l
, ... ! ten debars in Mirer s
piague, ail are compelled te admit. in ,iart payment 0f a c-neckj aud he
That something should be douotojwu, told that there was not that
uiitigxte the evil almost all will ! amount of silver in the bank. It is
1 The Treasury Department is
withdrawing the one-dlar and two
dollar greenback bills, in order to
make place for the silver doilar.
This is a most desirable reform.
Ijaiall bills t.re inconvenient, easily
destroyed, soon become very disa
greeable, are often supposed to carry
the gern-.s of disei.se. We exclude
rags from countries w here cur.ta-
gious or infectious diseases are rag j
mg. Why not do away with native i
rags? It is very ditiicuit to get J
silver uionev here. Only the other i
That drunken. I ua? a depositor asKcti at one or tee
this city that
should be given
ed bv the denartnient.
H iff IT TASTED.
She was a maid 'if many charms,
As lovely as the roije;
She l.e'd her poodle in lierarms
Ar.i iLnJIy kw-cd it:s luise.
Her luv.T, Iyi;g at hor feet,
Was envious a1 iouM ho,
And said, "Oh. give a k:s as sweet
As tliat, my love, to me."'
She stooped and kia.-ed him on tho iips,
T'uen sptang he to his ;.-t;
She, blushing to her fi.vr :i-3,
Inquired. "Was it sv.-Oel?"
He .vipej his r.'.outb, ;.ic'-:ed np his earn-
Ar. i then j r'.-par-jd to j :g.
Koni;irUing, ";v,.-f.i? weil, to beplain,
Ii Co.. X.r.w-
I Caveats, lie-issues and Trade-Marks se
cured, ana all otiien patent causes in the
tliea ami b.-ti
When vow ara in Weston and want a
first-class meal or a oiid night's
lodging, don't fail to stop at
"The Rdmnnico is now fitted up in
first-cU-.i :t;.!e; everything is neat
and clean ; the tables arc abundantly
loaded with ail the eood things in
the market; no Chinamen are em
ployed, and accommodation is offer
ed at the following reduced rates:
ISoard hy the week - $4.."0
Board by the flay - $I.Gd
GIVE THE DELOTGQ ATRIAL.
sits. k. .1. iwm:s - - peer.
iffers Buperior lnduccmcnU with Its fine dins
itc, soil, magnificent timber, fertf i"
ind pure waters; with several Kailroadi n
rently completed. Farmers, fruit growm,
itock dealers and himbcrmcn should iuTttfr
(ate this Splendid country.
Send tMee postage stamps for late raflrwi
ind township map of state with reliable lnfc
nation of the best locations, and special rata
31 tare I can. obtain.
Highest Market Prioe
W. HENRT WILLIAMS,
113 Dearborn St , Chicago, Hi
- vpy.'-i 'tiutj?--- vsil: i 'a vi
Utilise 4UcC5 jrCUwiiiJH
fore the t'nr.rts
pri:itly and c.tre;u.liy attended to.
Upon ret-eipt of ".model or sketch cf
invention, I make careful exaiiiinntioii
and advise as to patentability Fit be of
Fees moderate, and I make NO
CIIAtlliE UNLESS PATENT IS SKC' KEU.
Infortiiatiiin, advice and special refcren-
1 ces sent on appiicatum.
j .1. ii. LIT TEL L, Washington, D. C.
! Xear I'. Patent Oince.
It kind o' testes i.t d j -
Washing and Ironing.
Each of these Companies has
tf lull Vaii! lii le EJ.tpp.V-
If you want to he ba py you ni':j- hi jrood,
A n.axi'ii ri!' 1 r i;i its w.w;
Eut ;i iar b tf.-r'one ir u:idei --t' -o:lt
1-s v.h".t 1 havC 1 , 1 1 w '4.: t i .-a.
If y-Hi v.;ittr t 1 be tKtj'py o l uubf be well,
Vhuiev. r the j-taron ;-ou.- re in;
And o: al: the Jri di i:nM iiie bear the lead,
The jrujd cja:ai:iias Ntuvist:.
I otun: trie i everv sort f cuiv,
rror.: m -t.d h -.1 h;
Ai d p -ii in vain, jilha: I'm sure,
( f:-i h-!;d!.- share . w ;.!th;
Bui a'.l v.:; viiiti, 'iil 1 ri iiH:d,
f:i i'. l-i! .u,cr l;:.-.t (! si-;-, i;,'.
TI:e un;-'.: i:i'- i.-; :ii.--ti.iy 1 rii-1,
KiaiM.'.si'd SAMAUiiA N::hvini:.
I too1 1 !' sdvh c; in one short wk,
I ft.U iiO i'urr ii r pain;
F'T d'ONn no iM:ivrI h?d to seel:,
i';r 1 1 Avr u-t : k Ham.
ii- x'li; f.Ti-l iia;K-i th velio'e dav lory;
-S if hrtlt'i he --v.,-!, i.e-e;vi;r,
Ti' m-r-nr 1 ur h ii t.t ;ny s -Jij
1, try S.vMA I:i 1 AN JS'l'JtVlNK.
'T'i'i euro "he ;.ou
"Tv.-'i.l ii:a-i-- ih.;
At S-..h s -ph. U-L.-.:p
H:iJ 'iu a-ivi.-e fjr hsx-r thvn wealth.
And .'A:it t.;e ia to ;rre---ere in
Th- h -); e-'ii iiti 11 yu-jr n-v- i .u:ri iiei'..!i,
liv the lib-- i Aj.-.: ii a. N;;i.v i..e.
Fors:i!c by .3. .5. ltaiil;i V Co., icnlcr-viiir.
t will hei l IheoM,
k ar.jr.-t b-t-.-r;
:. t i !i!'.dic'.e is s-.Id,
or the same received on
coHiiZiinseiit at any
.station on the rail
A, J. ROUAIIZGIN,
3TArer.t fir Sihsan, Qusckwibush -
allow. To license a great wron
may make it legal but does not
make it right, That the Ihjaor
traffic increases crime, undenuiues
morality and destroys health ko
&aa ataa will dar to deny, if
atron,sr drink affected only tiro whe
iodulgea in it, the suppression of
tha traffic would be beyaad the pale
of legislation. That iu evil intlu
noe takes a wider range requires
BO proal It is solf-evidat. It is
tke greatest of social evils and is a
national eurae. Small pox and
cholera ure not more contpjious,
and neither is as deadly and des-
tractive. A- a sanitary measure
Alone its suppression is called for.
Tie public health demands it.
a comfortable thing to have a hand
ful of silver money. The amount of
money now usually curried iu the
pockets is not larif. Specie would
be far more conveiiisut than paper.
.V. Y. t!ar.
I sin; a Ii:tl.-.
"Weally, ah, I beg your pswdon,
Miss, if I intrude." said an Eastern
dude, en discovering an Oregea girl
milking a cow.
"!So intrusion, sir," said the girl.
"Ah, my dear damsel, cawn't I
"Certainly, sir; just stand where
the cow can see ycu." .
"Of caurse I will, my chawmsr:
bu what do ycu want tha cow to
see me foah?"
"Sha will think yon are a calf
and give down her milk faster,"
A 1;h!v from Xew York, who was on
board the steamer Ticonderi-a. ou ; Opposite Sa'.in-,- A Co.'s.
ake l.eorge, at the time ot tae acot-1 wahcd aal ir. ned 'in th b-
.l.f l-iel- .n.l : bittee l iec-e.'1
. , ! i.andkercaitrs if 'ess than six of each
sue rusnea up to the L-iptain and
throwing her arms armind his Deck, pa-
ihctically asked him if there was a tele- j "
Dsposited with the State Treasu- !
Mam -t.. west-.n. 1 rsr of Oregon for the protection ol j
stv;e t r "t.;.r-
No ehrvrr.; ior cuffs, coiiars ar.d
li'-.-i' h-.ok !
phoue on bsard.
To se.l Dixon's nevr and superior ma7s and
1 -i - - .charts. As j'i;;ti; an a.- n-v as anv in t!i
llie first prolllOItlon State COnven- j world. For SO p.ve cata'o.-ue, free, a idrcss
tisnof Maryland has just been held.
THE LEADER OFFICE.
SSEttf FF'S SALE.
asoTK'E fSUEP.EIiV filVE iiiAi iin.it
S3 and bv virtue ul an eJte- 'iti-in issued ont of
th- Circ'iit 'ru
; tilla ;-i;iiiy.
. ki..:r,:'Ni, St. i wpn, Mi-s-.ori. I'rke ,,,.00 a iWgant anu onltr rnlrifl and cntcr-l-u.ly
iiiu.-tra-jL-d and e'.t'ant.y b'jiind, ( e,j j (;(J,irt cn the 2'.n day &f Mav, IMo, in
ntxiniti over i.Vi i favor -.4 A S. B-w:e. pl-untiff, and a-ai:.t S.
This wonderful l.ouk r.-vt als the innermost ?e- i Ti,.l,!o ri. t.mlant. f-r t.1 e sum f Two Hnr.dred
Candidates for tstate offices were
nominated. Prohibition seems to
be looming up all over the country.
It is a terror to the Ohio republicans
The thirty-three towns about the
White Mountains reap an annual har
vest of about 1,0'J0,C00 from summer
I John Dixon,
S52 Market St. San Fraiieisro, al.
All Sorts of
A VYu.N'IHli.FrL l;.V-X.
h,i-M.-l. :.rM , V- tiie v
, or :ia ;.e h:l ..rc':t fr-.iat..e ;
An cxhu irtive tie tine: ais a brief Ie:-nrf r,n J t... i-:,..V; ttn state o tiretron fur L'tna-
Epdc; s ri 1 .rher.Nerv.iU;, L;5a--ea, by bll.R. f tj;;a ",;iiitv, a:.d to me dirfted and delivered
.v. ri- : j 17, ,i
wi i.ain.T. 1.-. ul i.i-.l, r.tj. wiiii-ji and roitb-bixann uui.t mim iw me iur-
the b;xi ot knowled, anil pin'-ks leaver of j tncr guT;, 0f cxsts; and wnereaj by baid
beadiig frm the tree of .if, it trea'a ! snb- j jmjent it w rdertd tnat the hereinafter
ject wi.ic-Ii ate of mine .n-re to cv,-r' ma'i, .tip. -Vihd attcbtd tirotrtv, to-wit: the north
j Trxottiin and ch'.d in t!;& r.i, aud wili, in a';l j hah of the soothwHt fpiirter and the south we t
! L rui;.iti it ;, save pars of ir-nL'-H and I'fri'tnts ! .-i:r.rt-r of the - outhwest rnurter of w-tin
in d -etor hi.'.s. A;rent-; wanted everywhere, bh - a'nj the nerthuust q'lurtcrol the southeast onarter
senu ut once ana aer.is j f section e, townsrup J nortn.raj:e 37 E. W. M..
j in TiiiafiUa r ,txi.ly On.xon, be sold to satisfy
i said judgment and all euttta, 1 will, on the
PU V A V Cr Tf iv afMTFn 1 Sevrnti-rnlh Iay of Ortober,
i at 2 o'clock p. m. ;f said day, at the court honse
, d'Kr. in t:e town of I'- r.-Jh f,n, Cmatilla countv.
! Oregon , m-H the ri 'ht. tit;e
I, said o. LobJe in and to the above described prop
. enytat pubUj auction, t- the highest bidder for
: cash in fiand. thf nF.ia sn
f Au r b lMAI lj IVittr. 1 - :." 4 ?vcwm ana an cost.
- - - 7
mile and Jcinait.
is no flatterer. Would you !
An Enciisn sDarrow is iast as eood to ; rnaice ic ten a sweeter taie r r J "
eat as a reed bird, and a reed bird good Magnolia Balm is the charm- j m-? and beast a cocllDS
enough for anybody. Shoot the spar
According to au emiuent Soathern
aathsrity on barbecues it takes ten
hours to roast a whole ox to y erfectieu.
er that almost cheats the
CALiEQRKIA STATE MAP,
For farther particalan write to
R. A. Tennev.
Lted September loth, lMi.
y Sheriff of Uroatil!a County, Oregon.
The Waiia Walt. Bvtrsms Coitror, of WalU
v an-, w . x., onv.rs strpenor aurar.tige. to the
yoan ani middle-aged of b.it!i sexen who desire
to obtain a hutriness edtication in the shortest
time and at the lesrt expense Private and rim
inrtrjcion dav anr erenimr. '-tnvtnts artmittvi
I anv tinre, Circuitron a,iriic"fin.
una ferarrrcnus for the treatment
j ail Cbronic Diseaau.
m fseo of mz
Cfkrontc N.-iBp.l Caarrli.T?iron',i
jKiifr i;s"sv,e, jSjiver .11111 rct
iHrennee, fi!:i;S!r?r E.ifeas, Sii--
pus At'JnclioiiK, cireU h'-rr; or nit
wiiaorwitiiixitseeiofr tbo natttnt. Cot:
poo us. or eecd ten cf.-nt.ri in i.Tnr.!i f-jr
"IavalH1n Cuido Stoolz." v.aic2
iiaev. Pior.rnai li
nn.l fill tVffvrrtijf imndifl
n:iiw:i by Vonlhlo! '
lies ami Perniciouo '
tQry Practicet nre sj'
anl TK-rrrjaiicnUy e-jn-d v-y
CpecLuisL-L Uook, post-paid, J-i Ot. ttieu
nupiure. or m.u,
t... ... 1 Uilv.it tlm Ir
S V Uiiriy v ui . . , -t'lT'rpe
1 wiiliout truw. without :
tcr rent 3 in Fnn:i- ,.
KiE TtW erifl ETRTCTTI
treated under Rnarantee to curp.
, . -.. ..... nm is in Rtamns. A rmnxa W of
TtliTESitAKT MKDICAJ. ASSOClAIlOil, 6ui A,
" m. j i l -I
TTousariGs ot cases oz t
diseases peculiar to
nt tho Invan-W Hotel
hillr-xifil 1 1 nI - rut., hr.
forded lann ersnrricuce in adapting read
twt iietz tun, uuu
0 sx-uib ui Luis vast; expenence.
It is a prnrorfui RestoraiiTe To1
aild Nervine iirtTt:u-tA vi-mr nnd trF'
to too 8ylem, ana cures, pa it hy nwunc. M
cprrfcea, or "wSiitesi, excwH
Sailing olf ih uurus weak M
aiiteversioi?, rrtrcvr.Sopi, fcanj
o f tae -vomb. indammatiou. V
and lender new in. ovaricb. intcxj
It prornntly TOiiercs DJ cirres
find Wfat-nRM of Stomafh. inui
lion, nioatini Nervoa ProstrstM
aad &leepIenueMy in cllSaer a2l
EetJa ten cents n etamps for Br. W
Innr) Treatise on Diseases ol Womai. I
Walls's Dispense gelled Lz::'
663 Uaim Street, BUTTAIO, i
and. BU iocs'f j
ceata a vial. t7 1'"
I ' 2'1 ?.KTV11Z SXKZ.'-T, SAX FRAKC1SC, CAI
ja .. . S. TUACKJK, Prncipevl. "