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the did not that he assaulted Reddington, for both were always good friends. her one of the to his J. He the of THE GOLDEN SHORE. WHAT A. .T. UltUliAKKR HAS TO SAY REUARDINa, HIS Till I 1 TO THIS FAR W EST. The part of April Mr. A. J. Brubaker and wife look a trip to the west, visiting various places on the way to California. On Friday the gentleman and his wife returned, both expressing themselves well pleased with the trip. '•San Francisco is the grandest city in the United States," said Mr. Brubaker, "but 1 wouldn't live in California for anything." "Why?" asked the reporter. "Because it is a desert; there is no rain in that country, anil if you want to grow anything you will have to do it by irrigation." Mr. Brnbaker said he visited all the principal places of interest in California, except Sacramento. It is not the great country it is cracked up to be, he says: it is all well enough to visit there, but for a place to reside Stephenson county is far superior. The card he wrote to Mr. Spittler, asking him to sell out the property here, he says, was intended for a joke. Mr. Brubaker says he had a pleasant, visit with Dr. Brenneman and family, at Riverside, where also he met P.. F. Miller, formerly of the German Insurance Company, lie has been packing oranges, but will come back soon. Mr. and Mrs. Brnbaker reached Kansas City three hours after the cyclone occurred there, and were glad to get back to Freeport again. "Blood win Tell." Yea, the old adage is right, but if the riagus, tcen Bosl, and continues ourselves he anil Unit, me JB@

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 15 May 1886, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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