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OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1879.
"Opens Hie Fall and 'Winter caninaisrn
vilh the largest and best assorted stock
of general merchandise ever shown in
The goods are all new, and of such
styles and qnalitics as arc particularly
mited to the market.
The proprietors pay cash for every
thing and jret the benefits '.if .ill ilia.
counts and are therefore able to, and
jju o&LiL, as low as the same good:
can be bought anywhere.
50 Ladies' Cloaks, all elegantly and
ciauoraiciy irimmeu Si, su.&U, 7.60,
8.00, 9.00, to 18.00.
Ladies' Trimmed Hate, gotten up in
the most fashionable and exquisite styles
expressly for the lied Front, 1.50 fc $5
Ladies' and ilisscs Wool and Zephyr
Shawls ail prices.
Ladies' Felt, "Wool and Balmoral
Skirts 65e to $2,00.
Dress Trimming silk, all shades at 1
55 pieces American Dress Goods C 1-4
to Uc per yara.
Black, Cashmere, very cheap.
Black Alpacea 25c, 35c, 40c,50 to 75c,
every piece a decided bargain.
Ladies' "Kid and Lisle Glovcs,all colors
1C yds good dark Calico for $1.
25 pair white and colored blankets
$3.50 to 37.50.
White Quilts 90c to $2.00.
Blue Twill Flannel 20c,25c. SO to 40c.
Canton Flanuul 8 1-3 10, 12 l-2c and
Ladies' Silk Handkerchiefs 20c.
ladies' Linen Collars and Cuffs, 30c
iauxcs1 iiuuocr bracelets We per
25 styles of Fancy Dress Buttons,
forming the handsomest line in the
Balmoraryarns in Blue" and Black,
bine and white, blue and drab, scarlet
sind drab, blue and scarlet, brown and
Gennantown Yarns in seal brown,
uran, Blue, randan, ombre, etc.
Sliocp grey, blue mixed and while
yarn in 2 and 3 ply, at 05 to 8Tie per lb
Boots and Shoes.
J lift Kod I ront makes a specialty of
I.:.. ..i .. t i. , . ...
mis ti;vs ui guims, Keeping ny lar the
jargcMsrocK oi t iucago hancl-iiiacleanil
Kasteni custom goods to be found in
Northwest Mo. Our stock of Ladies'
JMlASPS aiHl t ill drcirs.sllili-si.i nimvii-ill.-
large and complete. Woman's good
winter snoes as low as 1.00; lien's
iiatui-mailo stoga boots $2.50 per pair.
Men's grain leather boots S1.75 per
pair. Men's fine calf boots 52.75 per
pair. A full stock of men's nil.ii..
boots and coats; also Men's, Woman's
tlil Attica A vrtt ...
You can .save monev bT'mvInn- vnnr
imur Mippiy oi uoois ana Mioes at the
Hats, Caps, and Furniliing Goods.
At the Ked Front you will find every
thing in the clothing line, from the
cheapest cottonade suit to the finest
black broadcloth or Englh.li worsted,
good enough for the Grand Duke to be
married in. Uuvim? for cash from llm
largest manufactures, we can sell them
as LOW as any house in Mo.
Men's good Sattinett Suits - $5.0.0
Hen's Worsted suits 6.5Qto 8.5Q
Men's Casslmere suits 10.00 to 15.00
Men's Vlk Broadcloth suitslS.OO to 25.00
Boy's and Children's suits 3.5 Q to 7-50
Gent's Wool Hats
Gent's Fine Fur Hats
Sheriff Frame lias rented the late
residence of A. J. Doc-ley.
There was quite a heavy frost in
the valleys last Monday niHit.
The colored school opened last hcslt "i rs.
Monday with Mrs. iMcKuiirlit as teacher The Woman's
Miss I'hocbo Cottdn of this city,
died on the 10th inst.
A. M. Jacobs' now hear.su is now
ready for business.
Henry Stcrrctt lias purchased the
tincit family "rig" in tlio county.
Sehatz and Hoffman are now keep-
Ciiion is coutom-
tho purchase of the Kiippcl
Henry Meyer of Hiawatha, Kansas,
was visiting relatives here this week.
Adam Klippel will sell his house
hold goods t auction to-momm-
Kudolpii Suhlotziiaucr has taken
charge of his fathcrs's farm and will
be a horny handed granger hereafter.
G. M. Nash, proprietor of the
Holiistor Mill, is quite ill with billions
Sells Brothers' bir circus
Thi many friends of Mrs. W. II
Sterrctt will bo pained to learn that she
is in very poor health.
W. D. Zook, son of our Photograph
cr, paid his father a brief visit lut
Kev. Isaac Chiviiiglon will preach
at the German M. E. Church ne.t Sab
Adam Klippel and family will leave
for Jacksonville, Oregon, on the 22d of
5fi:. Editok: Your paper very sel
dom contains any news from our neigh
liorhood. This is not beeauso we are
1 1 . ....
an aweep or Head, but too litry toi
urito. There have been several pleas- !
ant birthday parties lately. One of the I
! at th !.!..... ..f At JVIwIili hi.VS ,wt
- w i4f iuin.
Everything with us in the line of bus
iness, is moving along in a. hrfk , man
ner. All cl(us agree that better
times have come. Abundant crops,
giMwl prics for the 'sumi, with cheap
merchandise arc fast securing to our
peopie that condition for which thov
will cy- Our Craig correspondent naVs a
hibit in St. Joseph Saturday, the 20th deserved tribute to Mr. Iwiowies, who
i'it. I won "olden oninions from f.vervliml.-
I".- I ' - - J W L..
during the recent court.
Km- Honrr ll.i11,.r.l t c r t.
-- w ,4,. t4IUflJl
f.lllI f P1 t It. . I !!
-- , -...v., a. .u.uaa avails oi v nig win preaeii m .New Point next Sabbath
aney, ageu iweuy-tiireu years.
idence of Mrs. Helms, near Coniin",
Mo., bv E. Hodson. .r ! Afi-
f 9 Itejuohls and Miss Littie A. TIioi.im
both of Holt county. Mo.
Letters received from the voun.'
Saddles, Bridles, etc., at ftdlv 20 jor gentlemen who reccutiv left this iibu n
cent less than the same quality of goods for the State of Oregon, intimate tint
can be boujrht elsewhere. I i... .i ir..n.. t ...... . .. '.
A fllll MMH.lv ..f. ittliutnc I 1 1 .11111111 IlUIllCMCK, atltl it IS
ware, salt. Flour etc.. at lowest Cash I"Wo they will all
Trices. the snow Hies.
morning and in the Presbyterian church
in Oregon at night.
Out of eleven criminal cases before
tiic recent circuit court. Pi-osei-niiiur
Attorney Knouies secured conviction
on ten. That's pretty clean work.
'Charley Thomas is the only lawyer
who a row tears from a jury during the
late court. It was in his twenty min
utes' impassioned appeal Air the plain
tiff in the seduction case.
ivircmt court adjourned at ten
Married, Sept. 7th 1879, at the res- lat fca"nlay nigh(( af(ur th(.
uusiest term iicia in f lolt comity for
many years. J he next term will com
mencooii the first Monday in January,
Ed. Delaney is pushing the work on
the new church at Nickells Grove. It
will he ready to occupy iu about siv
Mrs. John Fox and daughter, Jno.
anBuskirk and Ciias. Coursin will
accompany Adam Klippel ami family
Win. A. Gardner will preach in
Oregon next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m.
and at Lmon S. II. at candle lightin
Subject in morning "Is it finished."
George Thomas bust Friday cvoning m
honor i Miss Mary.their only daughter.
The names of those present wore:
Messrs. Willard Alajors.Airred Meyers,
C. C. Uock, Nelson Miilor, Tom. Kig
gles, .lames Menifee, James Meyers,
John and Jesse Lewis, Willie Shaw, AI
and Sain Wood, Geo. Bob. Mat and
Misses Li:r.io and Emma Cotticr.ElIen
Jones, Allie Dulin, May Curry, (of Ore
gon), Helin and Emma Dibble.
-Atn early hour an elegant suoi.pr
was scned to ilie guests, who enjoyed
hi-anny the good things set before
them. Suvenil presents were -riven to
Mi?s Mary as tokens of regard.
v i.Mjmii. inn, niaov oiucr rames were
indulged in until a late hour, when I lie
young folks departed for homo after
thanking their young hostess for the
manner in which she entertained them.
Also, wishing her many more happy
L. F. Ant.
pogS.MLssai Moore and Claybornr.Misses : of thw city, aftorwanls
By keeping the best .floods and selling them as low as possible, by bcina nolilo and
M:rffifi!!!5 fn nil. thrmirth nnnri anrt owll rtnnrt (.Anil lim...j i i.. . I .
, " vr,.,3JltSau uuu, uiuuay or c ear societies Iloll nine! m.t 1... l,..l.:...i
pf:p wt tnne in nerif i Tni.iinnn nr m. j ' i sonLiiLb. noa must not Uo behind her
r,Tro k a many raore sLstercounthain this matter.
Med Front Store,
FOREST CITY, MO,
C0HETS IU HOLT COUNTY.
Ctltr-nrr TotntT Ilfsalar Trniu TVInl Mon
day In April and Anffiwi and First Jlomlay i:i
Jnnusrj of each j ear.
tVi-fTr Cojja : KrKiilarTonn. First Mon
day - F.'Lraary, Slay, Anjsiitauil XoTcniljiTOf
c h jcar.
PitonATB Codgt Hesular Trrnn SsrouJ
JliaJays in February, Slay, August, Koreiubcr,
oi every year.
OmCESS OF HOLT C0UKTT.
Senator. TIkihim H. 1'arrLsU
Itprcscntatlve ltrint n. Cowan
1 T. V. 5IrCtv.
County Judges. V C. Itnngonstock.
1 W. II. lVivntrr.
....T. II. r. Curtis.
. . .W. H. Fnune.
. .Knsl Mvrm.
. . T. I. Kiv, k
...V'. It, (siirinser.
. ..lauT Zachni.'ui.
. ..It. H.lliwl.
I- If. Knovrli-i
Recorder ttl Pceils,. ..
FOR SALE AX1)
TO LOAX BY"
Messrs. Hugh Y. I'atton, George
Acvcu and Mrs Harriet Andrews, who
have been visiting friends in" the nei"h-
borhood of Mound City, returned on
be back before I ,:,st Monday to their home iu Highland
county, Ohio. They aro all very favor-
The Comty courts of both Andrew Mi' impressed with Holt county, and
aim Atcin.son counties have contributed wo n,ay 'I'ect them to return and
money (about two hundred dollars their homes with us iu the near
each) to aid their county immigration fntnro.
Tlie enterprising firm of Herh
bergcr & Anderson 1 lave smiipfliiiin t,
"lopnigross oi tiic urcaeii oi Miy to the readers of the Sentinci. to-
promise ana .-emietioii cae last Fnday day, which will bo found hhrhlv intor
our n-porter couuted one hundred and csting. This finn, though in existence
iwcmj-hcven uam-iieatieu men in the only a short tune, has taken front rank
court room, who manifotcil a lively among the mercantile establishments
interest iu the unmentionable details of Northwest Missouri, and its hu-e
brought out in evidence. and ranidlv increa.sin.r ,r:.l i,o..rU J?:.
Get ready to attend the lectures deuce of iu noimlaritv will. tl
by Tank Kee.on China and the Chinese, I For the fall trade tho purchases have
at the Court Huu.se in this city, wilder been heavier tlmn rvr l...fr,. ,i '
lio mciiwuM ,,t I?.'. . I .. .
MU2v uiHiiima union, I nextikkc rnnrosimfntivo w in k-
I). Kunklc & Sons, proprietors of
the Dutch Mills, contemplate disposing
of their Woolen Machinery department,
in order to devote their entire time to
jthe flouring and grist mill business.
They have a big stock of woolen goods
The St. Joseph Exposition.
Tho Exposition opens on the 29th of
September and continues one week, on
grounds near St. Joseph containing six
ty acres ox snauu trees, a stream of
living water, and line race course. Con
venient arrangements have been made
for the exhibition of live slock. There
is a commodious Main Hall for the dis
play of manufacturers' products and
the arts, and every effort will lie made
for an attractive Exposition. Excur
sion trains will run on all roads at oi
There has long been a diversity in
the asscsment practice of different conn-,
ties in this Slate with respect to crops,
tho habit in some counties belli" to
assess and tax them, and in others to
take no account of them. This diversi
ty has produced somo confusion in the
minds of assessors and the people, and
farmers havo frequently complained of
the injustice of taxing their crops when
those! in tho neighboring county were
exempted. To clear up all doubts
about the. matter and give uniformity
to assessments all over tho State, State I
iuditor Holladay, in a letter to Asses
sor Alice, of Moniteau county, ex
plains the trno rule.
ISy the law all property, real and per-
Mr. Thomas, of the firm of Thomas
and Orr, spent a few days early this
we,;k iu St. Jot;, among tho wholesale
men of that city.
u. is. Wilson and his charming
daughter Miss Jennie, loft Craig "on the
noon tr-iin ou Monday lat for JackMiii
ville.lll., where tho latter .vill remain
at school during the ensuing year. On
Saturday evening the friends of Miss
r s i .
limine gave nor a pleasant .mrpri-e at
her lioiiM!, which proved to bo one of
the inot enjoyable affairs of the season.
Among thoso present were noticed. Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. llimtor, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. N.I-
ono of tho lsrgiat crops -,ve ever had.
Tiicra will be a number of cattle fed
how this winter.
Wo are waiting expectantly for our
Kail rond which if we get, will be inki
ah advantage to us. as vreare at. present
inconvenient to Hall road.
The health of this community igoid.
W,i.j Yelloj Sept. 81870.
I'eal h of Charles Vonfjneupn.
Our readers will be pained to learn of
the dmith of Charles VuiiLuouen, a for
mer old and much respected citizen of
Holt county, which occusrvd in St. Jo
seph last Sunday morning.
Mr. VotiLueiion was born at Luene
province of Westphalia, Germany, in
ISOi and emigrated to the Unittil States
iu 1818, settling at Johnstown, l'a.,
where he remained until about eleven
years ago when he removed to Holt
tor several years he was a resident
n the evenings of the 2(ith, 27th and speeted it, vouches for it being full and p"11'1, u ru'll to bo taxed, except
Sth of this month. They will undoubu complete in every department Sec certi.li" specifically named p'roporty be
lly be very interesting, advertisement. ponging to (ho slate, counties, towns and
A special session of the Woman's
Union was held on Tues day evening, in
honor of Mrs. Doojey, Mrs. Kirkpatriek
and Mrs. Klippel, members of the soci
ety, who are about to remove from Ore-
irou to lake on tln'ir nlnnli In ilUt-int
t ... ..... .. . i" ' -
...mo, wiuen win no sola very cheap localities. Mrs. Irvine, president of the
Lizzie and Dora Lawrence, MisoesAn
na Combs, Com Hoblitzcll and Sallie
Campbell, of Carrolton, .Mo,. Hr. Ila
con, W. M. Smith, Frazier Allen, Ed.
Hooper, Ieivis Lawrence and Mr. l!oy
er. The company did not disperse un
til a late hour, when all extended to
Misj Jennie their lio.-t wishes for a
pleasant school year, and a safe return
to her loving family ami friends.
Arraiigoment.swirc now being made to
secure two of Col. J. V. Sandfonl's
popular lectures, which will be given at
Craig about tho close of this month.
Our Hoard of Education have leased
the .Methodist church at this place for a
school room for the ensuing year; it be
ing absolutely necessary for them to
provide additional accommodations in
tho way of room.
Doe. Offut is again quite sick.
Many or our people are loud Iu their
commendation of the able manner iu
which friend Knowlus discharged his
official duties at the term of tho circuit
L. J. Miles, Esq., of rhclps, one of
the bust Attorneys of tho Xorthwest,
was in our city on Tuesday last attend
ing legal (mains? t.
John Lauterhaeh, our ever wide
awake grain shipper, is vet makin-
trade in his lincbrisk, as never failing
energy anil strictly fair dealing is sure
to do. Johney Ls quite a favorite with
The groat Glass bass tournament for
the lSlh inst. is the chief tonic of interest
among our sporting classes.
Cruig, Jo Sept. 10, 1STO.
Office over Schulte Urothers
Ntirrpynr 11. ml Counubisloiicr. V. A. Markoy
Public Administrator. Yu. llankiiui
Coroner, ..Ucubrn KiiiR.
J.. K. IIXOWI.ES,
ATTOltXEl' AT LAW,
Will Prartlce In all Cmuts. Jteal IMate busi
ness and Collet-tioiu pnuuiitly altendcsl to.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ATM nrMClire in all Courts of Missonrl.1Can.Bu.
Iowa unit Ncuraska. Jtml KnUtc bashira, and
tiircnons promptly aiinui to.
i.J.',1'.1iffL'2.:3iu;?1"15ri,lai; all kinds ,I
V. .7T:. V.r. ."!'? "'""criauu one mile d s
taut will be tuld ivltli tariiL W iu Iw S..I.I rlimn
in order to close out.
-The Ked Front Store, Forest City,
inaugurates the fall campaign by an at
tractive advertisement elsewhere in this
paper, which will be eagerly read by
our thousands of subscribers, and cs-
Union, announced the object of the
meeting, after which the following ex
ercises were held :
Eeeitation, by Mrs. T. C. Ihingan.
Duet, by Miss E-telle Goslin and Miss
Instrumental music by Miss Tda Klip
pel. Heading by Miss Kate Evans.
Quartette, by Misses Kale Evans,
. J. KEI.I.Ottfi,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V.'IU practice in all the courts of Ilult and :
pecially the ladies, who will doubtless
uuu aponiou down. Innir Him-ii ...... " l i... i ,r ... i . ..
UikefiourluuliKuloiW. " "iiercu in lames
No. 1 farm and : irmi-l mi .ifi.-.,.."..., !. I i-lo:it-c 'Plio tutltlil....! i: . . ,t
iu Iluit conntv. ' .ura iim. lens
OaAdtrt 7 miles .nil.,..La r ,. ... :m "I"nt story and will undoubtedly
J J u-i.-s i raa;.-,ii i... : ""I i .. . i
uiu,: water hi f-irni iJ, w ..r T.Tf'tV:. ' wain, Jistt- o (Jos n ami X.-ltin KnnWr
,.m ... ..-.II ..I.... ..77... """." luri.I,,. !,.. 1.... ,i . . . " " t
..,.,fcCu,i.;uiui,icm'ii luyim-uts. ai, uiu lowest pnciw. lir Jnmi E riiinmiiw
OHO ACItKS lmnrovr.1 ,..n,, e-.. .1... , , ., . . .lailUs r.. Ollllltlllll.s.
Cumiiiv; imi r.-, :.r. ""' '.?.'."M iul ",u "i.-Miun vauev, immur S.,....wiI.m ....i n.. . t.:i.
ir -.mc . '"- AuldIngSyi.e was sung and the
iV!i-3on i,",u" "r i':lsl'or f.m society adjourned. The session was
i ante na l.m?ui..P "'"l1. h or !, Uom bal- directions between those ixonts. i.;..i.i.. : i ., .
a o,t ... ......... I, I ... .... .i . . . ... I n"V - r
II Z, tw'r., ' S"? ?..' "?s " '' ' uo 'e wiiiiis most likely to be ,,steem iu which the departing me.nl.or.
nim.M; :iiwonr iihi i r.tii,. ...... i i... - o
laiaucc in siurc. for , raln- " m "lowing f mm are held by their associates.
on AOip fenced ami hi cuhiJI.m. cm, or .oiiinwesl, or from
sliSMK. J? J1?"-11. ,l,,e,""' hetween those
3. t. TiiAfcsira, 3i, n
se points, aro
a- I liltlou : 7 luina nortIi,.;it f., ',..f"i lonilll to III! tin- wimls b.nkl lil-..l,- i.. I...
MiAt you v.ouid liavo iiiiiAv rT.r i-7w i ,7.i ionowcit ny rain.
Nick Welton (coloreil) who was
lined one hundred dollars for assault to
kill, at the recent term of court, was,
last Monday, .-M in jail by Sheriff
Frame, where he will remain for tho
nOMCEOPATIIIST AND SURGEON, Ififl A.c,t,? ui.imi.iw.-d. s ".uilen m.rtii o
nncnnv ...UA...,. 1 o v. . ' "'uo iiuu mi acre ! rnlav savs ; "A H.-..1I .1.. ..r iw.xt tli.rtv .li.-a I)....:
...k.. nine gni-u ou awerred iiavmi-nu -" J uuimj .ui-i uiini in
iiicixiicmw Independent of last
ndaysays: "A well (o do farmer of
A. J. rustle's Stow , AonliKMe of 25iV.TJ,,M,t!,,'OJt:slMo,""City. will m-h Pew l'oint, Holt county, Robert Mor- hoard will bo a dead expense to the
re. Calls jiromrily made day or '""'low for cash, ora tart down, luiaunc in 1" 1 1-:, ..... i - .. .. . . . .
lumiUm. a irfect title caii i oe tiv"iiw yesterday. Hu accom-. county, :us not one cent of equivalent
OfiriACKEH.mhni.rove.i.i i. ,u., l,ai '" ""is far on his way to " ill be received. The Sheriff, of course
- ...'fuiltl 11V Alll
io.vraoxi:RY .fc ri:cui:r,
BANKERS AND I1ROKERS
.I'lllllll I IIV All. ...hI U.... n..Z. Ill ll'..l,utL'. I....... ...I....... Ill , I ..... ... ........ .... ....... ,
eaill:eU)uriitf7,rVn".v l-Fr V"sl!"'!1 ..iracuc win aiieild -"."I'y lanmoi ins uiuy miller thU
oroiiiirm-. Will .ilvl.ir if ,i.if " ' school thecomin"- veur Mr M..rr.c law: but the
i ai'iipk ..i...... . . . , . . i m " .........
Ijayn Money, Buy Notes,
uricinal citirs. and Colled
ray Taxes for non-rcsldi-nU
II uiiliniirovcil. 1 ml!.. f rr-.i
ww i-uu. ,irj ii .
1.7. .ii ini . i-mutouim icnci'u on an 1
liv&s in theVst part of tho l'iatte lur-
i real estate, and invoctmen
Weteniu. Interest allowed 011
TT3 A -TWtrr-
mad" E?l:lS c&rli'onM "Nf M 0t 'l
i Ixkuis negotiated """""i' across uio ;.away, west of Rolckow,
sai" timer lurciwli or on time. Will divide if Why can't ou County Court .-onf-r
with the coift (I Holt county and mak
the necessary arrangmciit.s fr a bridfre
4 rv. ... "
ai mis pomWit woulii be niutnally con
vcment and profitalf e to tho citizens of
i.i . 1 m.
ooin piaccs, ami weWionld not fail to
fTlRANSACTS si general
Sells exrlianee oa the .Tdef rilies of the
I lilted States and Enrnne. Allovrs Interest on
flc-ioslts wbeu left -a specified llttf. Collections
irceivc earerui attcullon.
11. 1L. FltAZEK. E. 3ICDONA17
Money to Loan
At 8 per cent lutcrokt, 011 Choice Sc.
cnrlly. r.owrnlT-rin v.i r
9 I ..... . ..
uuvn.. rMa,10lIIOWt,IuBM , WJ cotoworkaton.ntr.S...rtl.l, 1.-:...-..
I'rof. Nijdier's report for Aii'aist
shows a varied condition of tho weath
er tlirniin-hnitr tl. a. ......
Hrnnii . I n .l vuirK ;
-lui.cy iu tuaii on improvea Farms Fork- non- Itn,...vill,. .1 ,
. . . . - 1 Hivic i hi, nun
.u o licr cent, lor three, fivn or fif.oo.. at. 1 'o..t.., iii.. .. r..n A.a
vears. n.iv.-.l.l,, i t.,...ii ..." .7, " " 1 " " u" ls recorucd
I . J .--...iiiiuiiu. oau 1
Oret-ou ou niarniiaj,, Frldnys nnd
Ntf nrclHTM of r:irli
MORItl.SON & CO.I.1IIS
"EAL ESTATE,LOAN & INSURANCE j north side public Squaje, OregonMa
Aut.-wo. 1 . :
JWONEY TO LOAN.
At Eight per crt. Interest, on choir
nnprovca larms. Ia(crcst payable annu
ally. Will loan as small amount as desir
ed, and will make nolo payable on or be
fore maturity. Best terms yet offered. May
be seen at Craig, Monday, and at Mound
Sily, Tuesday of each week. Address or
call on J. FOSTER MARSiiAi i
or address Mnm.-isr.w jt. n.." .. ,") mrougiiout 1110 central part
1 1.. i OI
Iraiiroved Farms from twelva-aiul-a-lialf to
fifty dollars per acre. Ian money on tlie most
farbrablr tennj. Abstracts of titles furnished.
Taxes paid Jor nou-resldejU. ltepresent tlie
Continental of JS. Y., American Cen
rnl of SI. r.oniv. Plioeulx of Hnrlfurd
anil Ueriann A.ncrlenn
Insuranw Couilnndes. Office over A. J. Castle
& Go's Ktore, ".'orili side l'ul.lic Souare,
I iiso only flrst-elas-s mati rlal and guarantee
411 nuri., ij, w . ,i me-
LITTLE RED BOOT.
CHICAGO 'MEDICAL C0LL3GE.
Uio stale but little rain fell. Hero
and at Phelps city 1.70 inches of rain
were measured, at Corning 1.81 inches.
brant City 1.08 inched, Hamilton 2AS
The lowest temperature recorded here
was ftl degrees, at Corning CO degrees;
the highest here !).J..r degrees, at Cornin
08 degrees. The highest recorded in
tho State was at Valley. Prairie near
Moshe, where tho mercury reached 10:5
degrees and tho lowest was -18 degreed
It is a little surprising that among all
tho institutions of learning in St. Joseph
no one can be found to keen a rm-nrrl
UWra rainfall and range of ll.e ther-
1 iiuMMiimiini unu;
HOOT AND SHOE M A KE R, Office over Schulte Ilros lore, 0
MOCKU CITV, MISSOUHI, "i wnjiii.
WIU.IAM lai'ST, 1'ItOI'ItIHTOH
j.!"., a iimumii n.r a Kmll Tree Nursery. T
in w wiiM is lenntil second botlom, wldeli
. .....1. ...
IK. ll.lll ITtllllllV,
iweiuv-ntsr Annn:ii Xflnvinn iM...in. I "v -i mu iii-iuiuy irrowin nnii eanr nmtn.
l.r)Ui OrndnJ tVmrseof Ja'.tructlon" Yl,y. fiiSnniSf,yif,,,Vfe tllat e,M ",e In
lolorieo Irryestaldlshi-il., AnalomlMl 1 ue7iri2;tlM?yln"H,"'71Vl,',IV,ly.ln?stc'1
Materia! ffrtiwW nbnndant. tiehu numlrVd I, d. ? f",r.'im i"U r;t f .t,,B I"!''
and Rseured in enler i,l atinllcallon. JWess- ' . ? lnJWV- 'will Bi'v fmlt trees, vni-i,
or1 fern T5, I'radllinqen' eonr IhnS ?! 2"'! wl" "" fmJbt a Mierial-
Jaraadiiivsg, .l'UOI'. .1. llOJJ.ISTKiL Si,Ii,Jl.I7.',,,n,,!V,t ,ha.t '",v Pfiulnl: of
71 Jtandolj,!, SU-. afag, , tfflm ' 1 nt" i,,,y ,,f
inoinetcr. This is a matter of too much
importance to be neglected. People who
desire lo come to this State want to know
something about the weather before
they come. If uo records are-kept and
published they cannot bu gratified and
many are no doubt kept away for that
law is a most execrable one.
Under this samo law we all remember
how a little shaver, who happened to
be a darky, was put iu jail and cost the
county fifty or sixty dollars last fall for
stealing about ttm cents worth of ap
ples irom an orchard in this city. And
for a simalar cause the count- is liable
to be again placed at the same expense
at any time. A modicum of common
sense is badly needed in our legislative
deliberations ; but we fear this will not
be readied until the Stale conies under
tho control, of Republicans. There
were no Mich foolish laws when the
Republicans controlled the legislature.
cemeteries, school houses, churches and
property belonging to agricultural so
cieties. Even crop., whether growing
or securcil, aro not exempt. They are to
do assessed and taxed, but with this im-
I'luiaiiL uiiicrencc, viz: growing crops
are :i part of the land, and are valued
with it. Thus if tho naked land is
worth 00 per acre, and the growing
but immature corn or tobaco crop on it
on the 1st of Augiiit Ls worth as it. stands
51.50 per acre, then the laud with the
crop is to be valued at $G 50 per acre.
Crops that havo been secured from tlie
ground are no longer to be considered
part of it, but aro to bo regarded as
personal property and assessed accor
dingly, due allowance being made for
the unmarketable condition they may be
111. Thus, wheat, oats, and other grain
thcrehed and in stock or stack ought to
bo tilucd lower than grain iu marketa
ble, condition at tho mill. All as.-e.-lnenLs
are to be made on the 1st of Au
gust each year, and the condition crops
are 111 on that day must determine their
values respectively. As a general thing
in this State small grain and hay an
severed from the land on tho 1st of Au
gust, and would therefore, be taxed as
personal property as they are worth,
while corn and tobacco, tho olhercou-
aidcred staples, together with cotton iu
tho southeastern counties aro immature
growing crops, attached to the land,
ad therefore, to be assessed with it.
This is tho rule dedueiblo from the rev
enue law, and ought to bo made uni
form and generally observed throughout
the Slide, since diversity of practice iu
different counties produces inequalities
Ihat are the just ground for complaint.
St. Louis Republican.
I'rosmm or llio Holt fontily Sunday
The Convention will meet at the
Presbyterian church, Now Point, at -J
v. it., Friday, Sept. 26, 1879.
Devotional exercises. Conducted by
Kev. Ceo. Miller. How can we enlist
all church members in Sunday School
work? Opened by Elder W. A. Gardner.
Is it advisable to vary the order of
exercises iu the Sunday School? bv
Kev. W. S. Maham.
One half hour will be devoted to P.i
ble class drill, to bo conducted by O.
SATUIIDAV SIOUNIXG SSION". j
O.oO A. Jl. Devotional exorcises by
uov. isanu uiuviugioii. is it proper
and right to offer rewards to get chil
dren to attend Sunday School? Dr. S.
What should be tiie conduct of Chris
tians and especially olliccr.s amrtoach
crs of the S. S. iu the presence of j
children? by John Anderson.
Have we reason lo bo encouraged in
the S. S. work? Rev. Duncan Drown.
What is the best way to increase the
attendance of the Sunday Schools and
maintain a good interest? Kuv. G. A.
Miscellaneous l.usiuuss, Report of the
Vice Presidents, etc.
Forest City, Where ho remained until
after the death of his wife, five years
ago. He then removed to St. Joseph
where lie resided with his daughter un
til the time of his" death.
Last week he visited hi.s daughter,
Mrs. Lifckhardt of this city, andvhile
here paid a visit to his wife's grave in
the Union cemetery. Deforc leaving
the cemetery he was taken ill ; but,
aiier reaciiiug air. J.uckhuriUvs resi
dence, felt somewhat better and the
next morning (Friday) insisted on re
turning to St. Joseph. Mr. Luckhardt
accompanied him, and two hours after
arriving there he fell into a stupor from
which he never arou.-ed.
His death occurred at twenty minute;
before six o'clock on Sunday morning
It may l.e hero mentioned as a singular
circumstance, that his watch a gotd
repeater which he had wom for twenty
live years -stopped running at the pre
cule minute of his death.
The remains of the deceased were in
terred in the Union cemetery near this
cily on Monday, being followed to the
grave Iry a large number of sorrowing
relatives and friends.
Mr. onLueneli was the father of
seven children, of whom live are now
living.as follows: Mrs. George P. Luck
hardt of this city; Charles VonLucuon
and Lewis VonLuencn of Johnstown.Pa.,
Mrs. J. W. Zook of St. Joseph ami
Mrs. Henry Thomas of Craig. Two
daughters Mr. Levi Zook and Mrs.
S. P. Jewell died several years ago.
Mr. VonLuenen was a man of line
education, a devoted parentanda warm
hearted friend. Uy all who enjoyed
his intimate acquaintance he was great
i! xTv",v H.,9:3-r?,n' iww .
51 iJi vn w Alfred Jlfurmv ttmMnue.1
M ,"Ujropc " lll.ddv,ladulS.-!iiii:
ni r ft feST?? ' V.ln. Fr'l.-on:frof i.ub.
Att'r5?B,l5ei? -vcrJict for tin
-SuiLX Fr,',, Mre,S 001 " S 3 MKul0 :-
52 V','-'VH Mike MaHi-lisiois.l.
J U same n V M filtit-onlerof imhUcation
111 ?am vs. I A ;i:!!irle.-dUmlied
1 tt saiue vs Je-sy Jtulrain. dliainmL
HI MM vs lldllp aKh!r.HbSi
14 xme n orivt; & Irorfee -ordr or rnfir
1 sm v. l 1. IIiiffsK-tb-r.-JinhniieriL
. iw . mar.
LXi same 1
V4 ??-a5: Wm KlK'I'r.-HSontin wsl
eM h. David UuiWtttrr. Judc-
l?mA"eyH V & W S 1Il,ster--Ju'lBnirai
ISB TOBmrs railsfc IMwTett-.lUinUseti.
KltfJtl1 lteB Col vs KiizabcCf
. ..... ' j .
i.-w ranie vs n v Lsvensnod. Indcnier.t 1 Lis
13 s tin 1-idll.. IV-Ser.lTsiinWd.
19) aiiu- vs (!e, AV KrHer.-.IUmfcl.
mlslvl U'son y T J & A ' tl"-
tnentTKSr iIeatn vs Xu-ob Vames. jiul); .
tii.'"'1 8.tati h? K Mvrra c1- 31 Baldwin & JO
Iliiiti'I. Ju-Iiueut 3IJXI.
tin same vs John C lUrm-is. anler nf .u
KB .sunevs Joines I Jkihomm. Ham-
JS J.1?. rtlelt ft Ilevelln. -samo
I?. iT.Bilnl5! vsE&A LcteL-.ttsinLssrlt,
lilt Htatebr F ?.ien-r3 ir.w. . .
iii .me v.i c CunlnglWTi -entiatie.
IK state v lip niehrnlwu. i!lniie.l.
in ism.- vs haae C WIIIi.iLS.-lHinio-,L
1.4 same vs .I11IU& A NVTs.-eon!lmirt!.
J... same vs M E (Sen Iferdw.-ime.
Ijme va 11 1; I'mvibl.-o-der of nnblieatlurt
ITT f!mw AIelnti. v. ir.... ' .KV
IIS Andrew Oenierti-r to "r ru.... . .
. 1 ...... , , I MI, 1 ..1
1 vVTCIIIiaiu vs Wm L Conlon 1...1
Id iintiir - "
ISI uiievsj.liiKprilimri?irt.. . . 1 ..
pnlrfkMlion ' "
l&r II I. Allen vs EF Wciicr. continued
selected for the fall and winter trade, ai
prices low enough to meet any compe
tition. Thanking our customers for past fan
vow, we respectfully invite them to ex
amine our Mook before making theU
fall and winter purchases.
, FORKST CITV, MO.
A Source or Much Sodily Evil.
If the habit of body becomes irrc
lar, much evil is inilicted on thesyste .
The stomach Iteeomw dyspeptic,
Iious symptoms develop thrm.vlves, t r
circulation Ls contaminated, and f-:
nervejphare in the general di3ordcr. C
is of the utmo.st importance that I . .v
bowels should be Ihor.nighly anil sper -
tly regulated when they grow d-rVh. T
The corrective agent bet adapted
this purposo is Hostetter's Stomach H
tcrs, a wholesome, nou-gripiiig vcj -table
la.ative, worth all " the m.-pi. y
cathartics invented since the timo .f
Paracelsus. People who have bceii i t
the habit of using blue pill, calomel.at !
other drugs and cheap nostrums for -
siijiauon, snouiil atoanUon such Iiurtt
fr. i..r. ........ , , 1 .
w-nrn r-vT 7, aml Uaae3a ntedicine-s, and substit. d
st..,000. Ijyi ,iook is the. executor of f for them this ..l.-itrmr
lr. ....... . r
icui, which not ouiv proituccs the pi.
gativc effect naturafly.bnt alsostreng..
ens while it reguLites the bowels, stoht
ach ami liver. It moreover cures as
prevents intermittent and remittent 1'
vers, gout, rheumatism, debility a . (
Eliza, youngest daughter of Henry
and Lorianna Smith, died August L'lst,
18(0 at (toss Grove, Holt Co. Mo., aged
10 years 3 months and 10 days. Her
lisease was typhoid fever, assuming at
nice such an aggravated form that defy
ing the skill of the attending physician,
it soon laid tho dearest, of tho family iu
tho cold embrace of Death. May we
ill meet her where parting will bo no
Ixiveil ones come hear lieraway to her rest :
01.1 Her eold hands across tlie still breast.
ainer 111c widle robe around the eold clav.
AnceN have lionie lu-r fond Mpirit away.
She was our Idol, 01 r loved one, our own.
(XI ino't I', lie to eall Ids lainti hoiu :
rieved mi-s, Oh i liide not the hand lluit ronl.l
eaven linth taken but that wiileh It gave.
Sin mlplit have blighted jouijl-eaiitiful one.
.sorrow sd.irk eloudsaMiuid her Iieen thrown,
Jesus will rlierMi tbe lamb of the fold.
Saru In his bosom your darling enfold.
Ween where they nlllow her beautiful be.1,1
allow with tears the L'rave of tlie dead.
Pray that to jou the craee I ulveii.
Yonder lo meet her nnd greet her in Heaven.
On Saturday night of Aug. ISOth 1S79
l,the good people in the vicinity of liluff
city school house were humbugged out
thirty or forty dollars. It was a cler-
ryniau's feast. People should beware
of strange wolves, covered with sheep's
clothing. Can any one tell why there
is so much confidence placed iu strange
ministers? Propose for another Henry
YV aid ISeecher or some other Musk-ltat
- Wo know nothing about the justice
...---.! , , . . . . .
01 ine uouve mast: out the writer au
thorizes us to furnish his name lo any
one who demands it. Kit. Sen.
Two or three hands of some experi
ence to bud peaeii trees; apply imme
diately to the undersigned two miles
.south of Oi-egoii,.lo. V. R. Adajis.
1 am prepared to file and collect sol
diers bounty, back pays, ami to estab
lish pension claims for any who served
I iu the late war, Mexican or the war of
IhlL'i Many widows, fathers and or
phan children, that have never received
anything, are entitled to tho provisions
iu law made for them, and many are j
entitled to an increased pension. Annlv
to W. R. Adams, Oregon, Mo. :Jm. 1
Notice is hereby given that the city
tax books for the year 187.) have been
placed in my hands. Parties will nlcn.se
come forward and settle their taxes and coming together,
savoeo-ds. S.ui't.. Sknoi:, ; Our Farmers are all busy getting
City Marshal. ready to :;.t!ui th -ir coin winch i
Whiff Valley S. .H. Convention
Kiiitoi: Skxtinkl: I will now send
a fow items from the Whig Valley coun
try. I shall begin by giving your Rea
ders a short rejMirt of our Sunday
School convention which came off on
Saturday Sept. Gib. I must say it was a
success with the exception of the sad
ness depicted on many faces as will be
explained by the following: Just as
Miss Matlic Evans had taken her seat
as Organist a letter was handed her
containing the sad intcligotico that her
brother's ,-ife. Mrs. Thomas Evans,
liaill--eii Mimmond bv tho Kingoftor
rorw, to Join the grand army of the
Sunday School above. Our Organist
being called away, somewhat di.t-
arranged our Program Hut uotwith- j
standing our leader was called away,
the singing of the Whig Valley school
was of tho first class. The children did
exceedingly well. There wore two
schools reported from Graham, M. E.
School and Presbyterian, making quite
a delegation; thoy did some line singing.
The Harmony School was lioro as a
school which deserves groat credit for
Tho speakers present, were Kev.
Duncan Drown of Mound City, Key. S.
H.Enycnrt of Graham, Itov.T.D. Dow
ney of Whig Valley, nnd W. A. Gard
ner of Oregon. All of whom made
able remarks concerning the Sunday
work, it's progress, It's relation to the
church and society.
The day was a beautiful one. Good
order preserved. All went away feel
ing that the cause of the Sunday School
in our midst had been strengthened bv
The following are tho proceedings of
the Circuit court, concluded from last
X Y. W. Cfcidwell, Adair, vs. Lum.111 &
5 state vs Wat Ihsiiop. ludcinentSK.t3
sum- vs Jon ISeatunont, et al proof jub-
7 same vs t" II Moore, same entry.
8 sainr 7 I ; Mammon. continued. .
9 same vs KHz Trout. same entry.
lu ."Hine v Sara. Kimvorth. same entry.
II Mime vs Coleman & Iloiliiuiwortb. same
IX saute vs .lame.. Culic ar.i? entrr.
13 sauwt v Sarah .Martin, t-t al name entry
n 3Mev3. 1 .anil. sjnio emry.
IS Stale by S W Monbrftt,Crt vs S S Moore. -
ls same vs Pen nlrk roving. irame entry
I ? Strieklor & Strlekler v Jaeub Fieldj. sawe
Is nn nSA48J Glenn. same entry
lit samo vs 31 lloujton. saiire vniry.
AJ saine vs Joseph Andes. mine entry.
21 shihc vh Adam Siioiixli.-s.ime entry.
30 8tievsA J Wlbisins. iwtguHty.
as tat by S V i!oftisti Col vs tlarxe Irvine
as samvuTH Parrislu eoiitinneiU
JS .smn- v.s .lirila Si KIt1.it t Jester. eoatinned.
42 Wi-ston & Co vs A J Doolev. Iudi;ineiit for
41 lUnnali Niuiim et al vs CejuiHont et al.
i SWt to use or Wm Mender vs Jouglihis .
Si ul Ls. eontl nued.
4s School distTl.TCSl: 58 vs Jacob Foster
settled by axm-ment.
7.0 Mariah llridjes vs Djiiiel Zook. jiidr.iisent
for phili.tiil sll.
. f.l C Melntj re et al vs K A Sterrett et al de
sz .iroo I.OOK vs . m iHuenaiiip. uiimLWd
S3 iveue Asnu-v vs a r .vsniey. eouitHiietl
M .1 1 lUehardsirfivs Holt Comity ctaL con
liuued. H) anm vs Kmeliive llaitefc et at cnllnue.!
1 sa:' vs Wniie llnnHn. lawd eotrv.
U TC IHmgHH vs Win F. and Aloille Taviof.
wi rt sert deeiM..
k3 A M. Jfturfu v .I.weuh ilatrhjdler. Juilc
ineii; ford:iintlR;Uda)slo Slf bill jf exeei
Ucns. t Tl! I.wsevs A NUlettn HlatntiC dbnibs
1 H.uwn Dttvis vs Oliver Oavis dfcmiiwd.
06 Ellen Culm. linn v-i John CuiKiiilas. !
voree : decree for iiltitill.
et Zook Partbtt vs blokes. (JurefcUieo.-
Pimiies, Uiotches and lloils dissipj..
after .1 few doses of Aycr's Sarsaparil .
Scrofula always yields to the pottfc
nfluence of Ayer's Sarsnparilla.
ro ertrggtM trorn yKctab!oproducts,
combinin; Ja thu tho aiaiidrika crMay
Aprvlis. which Is recogcisa "by ?ii jgjeha-i
aa a gqbgtitu'a teciJcmal. pwioiaicll
tha vlrtcca of UsAt ciitierkl, without ila
as m Asnri-Biuoiis
thoy b jnccmrejaMg. 'jTfcoj- uttainl-ita'
ds Kiija Lewis vs S .1 HeUel. leave to an,
in Holt C.Mtnty vs Val KhuscIi. et al. Judg
ment 17 d.'f.mlt.
70 .laeoli Htuits. ct ;il v C A Swiwe. older
estnOHMiiifc; ron.iao - einwi m; el. et.
71 Pi:ilii Vamlertimit'i vs Kertuodi. A Iliil.fi.
l!id ;neiu -In
7--' Win Oi sley vs K CSt J & C H JJ K Co.
venliet fw d"fendat.
73 A l liuuean vs Huoein::imnio. ludcinen:
71 Doehir ltlanton vs JidwCbirk. Ju.Igmput
fur plaintiff SIM.
XI mry K. I.we s Jo!in Lowe ileeree for
divorce and atoilyof e'tilil.
K SltrKler&.StricSOer vs Jno MuAdnms.
leave to answer.
SO siiMt vs !eo It TnK. dier.s of doner.
; sr.lie vs Ch-iries Corvaid. same.
! luiiiie vs I.dui PriveHJ iuw.
i aamevs.hdin ilflserie. nne.
saitij M 1 Menllt same.
SO uimi vslt M eN' ult.-. sajhe.
Jl AIiihii.Ih ,1 launbell s Ttuu. .1 Snnmlrx .
ju.igM.'iit for idlutllf : JI-awidsniasRi.
us MtrtWiU-r & Httiekler vs Awer Cramtell. -eimtlnueil
ill same vs Eilza llal'-y. il.nrer.
ul Mine vs .lam'-s and Jaria liart.-eontlnr.ed
iK nw vs II Clay Haekus. itower.
!X! same vs C E & A M lUnies. .snwo
U7 .uitie vs.l:dm tiliHiMi. same
!s same vs !rfii II l!I!IK IIndiel
M Mine vs tieonce Itoers. leave to answer.
Ii) 5aiue vs .lolin II tlieun. iii:ibed.
ltd tiiiii" v. .1 W I.-unimi.-.low..r
IM! lvias Prvncli vs.letf 'lllbiiiis. leave to
1UI Cora .s:.losenh llobiittell vs V I. llurmvi.
judgment fur m.-'!.!ihu
lol Htilf Mer S Stikkl.T vs John HandforiL
1OT .same VH.iae tirtwsm'ei;. ilBiHiwd.
lu; Alexis Po-ilet vs IJiniel Zook. -csinilniied
107 John K Davts vs C .1 J 1) Joliason. Iiidi.
ment liy default.
Ins .lames W Patrick vs tlei lUirlng. et nl.-eontlimtsj.
lu Sullivnu Savliies Asta'ii vs Iaae Mmi.lv. 1
tmlKmeut for isxiieasioii, f:Oclam:iKes,ss moiilh
ly ri'tilaL !
110 J I. JolmsUin vs IC C St J AC 11 It It. con- '
tinned ly iHtreeim'nt, ,
111 (ieo Anderoii n.lmr vs .Vntemerv .1
lEoecker.--.VIrs Maruaret CiiiumiIim i.m.u. n.--
rendant ami Ihe.tiw- eontiuued.
11- H W KhCo.vsHill'yR featon.(:.imIsh
11.1 ra.ue vs i .urocele, Kt'o. Carulshei-. same
III Jstliio vaTootti! ffiwva & Co. CarnUIiie. -same.
Sf IIS sawn- vs w If Ohwroii. liarniahe-.-Miiw-ll
ludin, WlmM-niaH& Co. vs Ittlhy .t Itoiiton
1 17 MOW v.s II Jl Steele A Co.. l;irtil.W.vuie
lis s.-M,.. t , T.mtlj !lo Co., CaruL lice. -
to TdnrjdJVEBTTrre!ccrata tEo
lKKVOXJt3 SV&IKU. oc;il4vtc5ato
thoDIGSJTl V S OEUAJ. .SjCraTiiTpSsy
foci dl?c3tic. ar.d thoro'ih suimtUtkiii
of food. Theyciartatji- werfulrianonsa"
ciitEri)NKYs niirt rrvpitTona
throach thesa cs Kr.s removo ll"lsppri
tiea.Jhus yiiljT;ng tuo ta.uoaof iha tixly
end canaUigBjalthy ooiuIiIkk; of tlyj
ay stem. "
AS Afi MTi-ftjAiiBir
glvyhavono eqcalj acil aj a recmlt set
aa a rquvontive au5 enre for EUtoqgg
mittmit, targliteantj Typhoid Feyias,
andyersraiiqAgue. Upon the healthy
tictlcnorthc atojnach, dyud?, almesc
v.-hollv, tha hop lhc t H9 human
IS THE BAPJE
oftha present cencniUon. I; I3 for th'f
Cure of tAadisease nrid Its attendant.
S iCS.JiA"lJM'HS, il UR7CaS:iES3TD&
have rrainc-d rocltajg tjp sprtxvj rcpnta
t; sn. No Kely hat. ayor Iveondlseer?
frl ttmt artJ saspwUly and gently ou
tliojl.irestivo 0rraii3'"pvrinsr thcia toiui
BtCTiroTHiartia, ot coarao tin
KERVOUS SYSlfrdTlS DHACEOf
THE BRAIN IS NOURISHES,
AHD THE BGDY ROBUST.
Jeing rornposed of thejulcJsof nlantfr
cstraetwt 1. povg. nitt eheia'utl atfen
Qrpd lirepsircd in in, ccnatntratod
feno. they aro p.tarrittftJftr-B ftvm
vjMimir tatciiinjviro tho meat dels
lea te pcrBotu
A noted thcm..t hohanaljasi Vitm,aj.(
'tuxiuj is Boss Tianrs i:r ohe
xirrrs srus, thah can es rouiro-
la A riNl" 0P AKT nrrrgH "
We Ihrrclors aay to tao aHlcted
Try thlaRomatlyfalrlv, It will not
harm you, you havo nothing to
loso.but will suroly gain a Vigo
rous Dody, Puro Dlood, Stronjc
Korvoa and a Choorful Mind.
I'tlnclpnl Ofllee, 35 JInrry St N. Y.
oy In-. gfa,M throm;3'.m Ike world,
TUTT'S HATE DYE.
ufiT. OB !'"" rtot to a GtAmrt
.' "''!'.,,"?',j.MhV:,""'"' U"1 It ie.
MI.Vilr,lrJ.ir.icli It.nusw n-Ir. !! t
i!Hmii:ri(.w. Sold It linwrjj.r
Omco t,b Murray ist., Wow YorkV