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DAVl'.SI'OHT A DOIIYNS.
Kntereil at the I'mlnnice
lit Orrtfun, 11 u us
I A couple of year ago tho kiiiiiu men
now unjriigod in that husincss killed
! Conkling, Aitlmr, Cornell, IMalt, mill
other Kepuhlicun leader. In New Vurk,
i lint tin; trouble was that they wouldn't
stav killed. Two of them became
I'liltcd States .Senators, u third Vlee
President, and u fourth (iovernor of
' New York.
Oh, What A Cough!.
Will Von lieeil tlii Wiimltiir. Tim i"
mil )iur)iaM of the sum approach of that J l',,dubltiMii, under circumstances which
At. hist we arc to have an out and j
. . ...... t l ...!
cntitusi net ween I'lonioiiioii ami aim-1
Term of Snbaoriptlonl
TWO UOI.MKM A YKAH IS ADVASCr.
VIUDAY, MAY 1HH1J
I. K. S.
lilch are very reasonable, when tin- larc- clr
rulaUnu nf TllK (.ol'.Nrv
wlll tic made kliuwli mi
New Orleans is Mined anew bv
1 iicrltuonlous dlcusslnn ot the origin of
' the Creole, fnmlles which hold snehil
sway In that. city. New Orleans was
originally u military eolonv, niul the
it,..,, i .. i.
in. -11. mwiiu m iiiuuuiii win iiom r.iuo-
puau houses of correction. Several '
later cargoes were of a better elms,
The proent controversies arise from
efforts to trace line-lire back to the bet
ter emigrants, rather than to the con-1 OhfUllbor SlUtS
vlels, the negroes, or the nallviis. n
xrrr. , Wash Stands,
J. H. PUNSHON,
V I'VI'fll Is VnlniilcN'll """' j in iniii.-i.inve. ICIllllll
..,.,iic:i'ti..'io tVu' iViti. ls t tini iittie town or iicr-1 Desks. Stands.
.wick, In Col.unbla Connty, l'a. The Wn Innt nnrl Manlfi flfiflsteads
chief Industry of the town Is the lame; " " M
1ms and will keep on hand one of the finest stocks of Fiirnltuio that
has ever been kept In Holt County, consisting of a full stock of
more tcrrmlu tl scnc tousumntinii
Ask yourselves tf you can afford for the
sako'nf saving 60 cts., to run thu risk
am! do nothing for it We know from
e.xpeiince that Shlloh's Cure will Cure
('uiigh. It never falls. This explains
why more than a Million llottles were
sold the past .tear. It lollevo Croup,
ami Whooping Cough, atoiice. Mothers
tin not he without it. Kir i.anio uiick,
Side, or Chest, use Shlloh's Porous
Phisster. Sold by. T. S. Hindu, Oregon
How t make soap for a cent a pound
Shavo into small pieces live liars of
Dobbin's Klcetrlo Soap, and boil lu
three ipiarts of water until thu soap is
thoroughly dissolved, so that upon
straining throituh n sieve nothing re
niiilns: add to the solution or "suds"
three trillions of cold water: stir briskly
mint thoroughly test the (piestioii
whether men can be stopped from using,
liiptor hy compulsory legislation. The
Prohibition law lu Kansas has gone j
Into effect, and It Is as radical as the
most fanatical Prohibitionist eon il ask
for. It absolutely foiblds, under the
most strinjrcnt penalties, thu man-
ufuettiro or dUpmalol any intoxicating
liquor in that Mate. It not only allects
thu light of ti man to drink It, hut also
prohibits the ten of wine at the sacra
ment ami its sale for medicinal purposes
by druggists. Thu fitends of thu bill
are prepared to enforce It, and have all
tim machinery m hand, while the op
ponents of the bill are equally deter
mined to light it. To this end tlio dealers
Money may be sent nt our rlk l.y l'.itni f ! t.!U. bllHilluj; .simp, which has .suffered
. ,,:,:::!u!:. a" a.il5s ddrcd. I X . Intoxication among tho !
but letters mini l.f liriet anil mint buic tlie mechanics. Thu President has there-!
Keiinlno nam.uif the author, lint fur publication f,.,, , t.oc ,.(,,.,,.,i hotels'
Z:!l:Su, .In l,u estimated vein's profits of,
will liet-Jtvrxml '," ,l,r ril, "f ,llt,',' ,',,",!, arH t',,ll,l"i," t llttt they sell ,
MTviirU,eali In lulvauee. , no liquor, lie expects to get the Ilioncv '
ni,lt,iary Htry will t.f .li.intr.l '' ' ''' back In the incn.ascd clllcieney of thu!
rate of triirrnts per lino mill His l iwi liu.t .
Heeiiiiipaaytlio iiiatiaerl.l. 1l'w workmen.
lteleeti'itinaliHvrllit II lint lie returneil, ... , 1
lleuerstiiriiiiiiileiiilni. hI.huM read, ih i.j Although some of the underground
Tes.lay n.im In liiMire Invrtlnii In Unit week's ! tulegraph wires lu (ierinatiy have been I
Lounges and Teto-a-tetos,
cent a pound, and as trl us many of
I the adulterated compounds called soap,
' and sold at seven to ten cents u pound.
i ... i . . i. . .,
nrr a n..4.n;nr. now long would u iaie ior any oilier
W lndOW lUr tainS, j snap used the same to become anything
I ')Ut "'"nP suds?" Anv hou-ewlfu
; be donu with Dobbin's Klectrlu. For
' salu bv all irrouers: Navu MeCord &
Co., Wholesale) Agents, St. Joseph, Mo.
for several minutes to mix, and sut it , mvt. u1it lu large slocks, and tho Autl
awav to cool. Tim' it will look like tlk.i.ii.i,i....i..,J i... .i
I notlllng hut soa-suds while warm, a I ' ""- ' ' "
I chcmiciil ruactlon will taku place, ami toisi-tliiT for mutual assistance. Ihu
i in twenty-four hours time will develop i first arrest madn was of a druggist
, foity or iifty poiinds of magullleent and I who had sold a botflu of Hosteller's
I white soft hoap, costing less than ;i ..... .,. ,,..,. who luiiiiedlatelv
All letters sliuuWl lie tiililreel to
TIIH COUNTY lMI'F.r..
(iarlleld is u Campbellite, but hu be
haves mom like a camel. Hu has his
It Is niraiu asserted in mine of the
Kasteru papers that the editorship of
the New York Kvcning Post has been i
offered to Carl Schurz.
Thu latest easu of affection is told in
tlie New York Herald of a husband
who comniUted suicide to enable his
wlfo to collect the insurance on his life.
The sensation caused by Senator
Conkl'iig'a resignation has not been suv
passed slncu Abraham Lincoln was as
sassinated. A stranger in St. Louis thinking hu
recognized his coat on the back of a
pedestrian, shouted, "Stop thief 1" and
about thirty of the Inhabitants suddenly
disappeared down a side street.
The New Yoik Star Is authority for
the statement that (ietieral Hutlcr has
paid iv new York oeulU $1,000 to cut
thu chord that drew his eyu ball, mak
ing him cross-eyed.
Tlie receipts of thu New Yolk Herald
from advertising last year weru 8760,-
000so the business manager says.
To seeuru a 4 per cent . government
bond rcqulies thu payment of a premi
um equal to four and a half years' in
terest. Money is what may be called
Lottiu A llathbuu, of Danyille, N. Y.,
recently commenced to practice medi
olnu. Several virulent cases of ineas.
les appeared and she set about to master
thu disvasu by contracting it herself and
then trcaltuj' It. By Inhaling thu
breath of ti patient she took thu malady.
It proved to be the black measles
from which she soon died.
Thu famous magnolia tree planted by
Washington at Mount Vuriiou, in thu
last year ot his life, 17f!, after llouridi
'in; for eighty-two years, wus killed by
the bitter frosts of tlie latu unparalleled
Jay Gould sent his etieck for $l',400,
000 thu other day to Col. Tom Scott in
'a letter. If this sum had been paid in
lawful silver emu it would have requir
ed sis lull loaded freight cars to trans
A curious amendment is proposed to
the penal codu of Calltornla, regarding
life prisoners. Thu lifu sentences are
to bu computed upon life iiisuraucu ta
bles, permitting thu discharge ol'u pris
oner at the arrival of thu time wtiuu h
ought to die, according to thu avcragu
Thu dinner hour in fashionable cir
cles in Nuw Yoik has got to bu 7:S0
this year. Year by year it Inn become
fashionable to nuiku thu dinner hour
later and later. In good old times it
was l'J m., and then 1, 2, .'), and now
7 :!0 p.m. It's easy to suu that In another
generation ths Ihinkies wout't have
.dinner until the next day. When a man
turns night Into day, as in some cities
abroad, It does not matter much when
lie dines; but it will tell hard on the
next generation, when children are Mib-
lu use for live years, they have cost '
nothing for inalntcu.iiice, ami are not
likely to need any repairs for years to,
come. Them am now 8,000 miles of i
such wires employed. Thu plan ad-'
optk'd consists In inclosing seven or,
tuotu separately insulated conductors'
with a coll of moist hemp, surrounded i
by a completu sheath of iron wlru, I
which aaaln Is uivcrcd witlt a layer of ,
hemp yarn Impregnated with a pro
ltcv. Mr. New Man, in a sermon on '
Hubert Ingersoll, blessed (Jod for old j
hugland, who imprisoned Thomas I
l'alnu for pi intlng has "Agu of Huaseii,"
conveying that and worse is tho way he I
would have Col. Ingersoll served. Toils
docs the Uuv. Newman support the say
ing that if the Church had political j
power thu staku would bu as lively as
ever. TMst does not distinguish the I
Key. Newman's kuowledim of human
nature, nor honor his cloth. Thu sale .
of Paliui's book id not visibio now; It'
could bu Hindu brisk by pursecutlon.
OHANT VltFli:i.l) I
Thu following from ex-President '
(inint to Senator Jones of Nevada, Is i
City of Mexico, April 'M. My Dear
Senator, I see by the lastcst dispatches
received hem from thu capital of our
country, that thu dead look in thu or
ganization of thu Senatu is not jet
broken, and that nothing lias been done
by thu I'lesideut to allay the blttrrnixsj
which inii-t bo uiiguiidu ud bu his most
recent appointments. WIiuii thu first I
batch of nominations for Xcw York '
was sent m I .vas delighted. I believed j
then thu President had determined to t
rucognlzu thu Hepublicati party and not I
a faction, but his nomination of to-day I
convinces me that thu lirst act was but
thu spurt of a deep laid scheme by
sumubody to punish proinluuiit leaders
for being openly friendly ti mu. I can
not believe that (icn. Garfield is thu au
thor of this policy. I givu liini credit for
being tuo big a man to descend to such
means for tho punishment of mun who
gave him hearty support in his elec
tion, and who am disposed to give him
thu samu support nuw, lor thu ollluiicu
of having had a former preference for
somu ouu elsu for thu ofliee whleh he
now holds, but Garfield is President
and is responsible for all thu nets ot thu
administration. Conkliug and Piatt iru
cliosen Senators from thu great Statu
of Nuw Yoik, and that, too, against till
thu opposition of an administration
.cvitited by thu siuuu party that elected
them. This should givu them all thu
stronger elalui to bu consulted lit thu
matter of appointments in their Statu.
When it comes to Kllitig thu most in-
tliiuutial ofllco in their Statu without
consulting these Senators, it Is u groat
slight, lieu hu selects thu most
offuuslvu man to hu found it becomes
an Insult and ought to bu ressouted to
thu bitter end. I tiuturely hupu thu
President will see this and correct his
mistake hunsulf mid restore liiuniony
tu the parly, lie owes this to himself
umi to thusu without whom hu could
not havu been elected. Nobody bellies
that hu could have can led thu M.itu of
New York without thu acllvu support
of thu present Senators. Their passivu
tmppoit would not havu answered.
Without the Stivta of Nuw York Geu.
WALL POCKETS OF ALL KINDS
Picture Frames Made to Order. Furniture Kepaired on ;
POST OFFICE, FOREST CITY, MO.
Forest City, Mo
Mrs. O. D. and Miss Alllu Chadwlck
respectfully Inform thu ladles of For
est City and vicinity Hint they have
opened a Millinery and I)ress-.niktng
Kstuhllshmriit lu that idiico and will
keep in sNre u lull stock of the latest
styles ot goods, ami will do nil w rk In
their lines In thu best manner umi ut
thu lowest, price.
Will also bu prepared to furnish
ttaf All kinds of family bcwlug done
A sharo of publiu patronagu Is re
I.udies are respoetliilly Invited to call
and examine goods.
got Intoxicated on It. The unforiunalu i
diuggist at once curried the case Into
the Higher Court. Some olthe clergy
men urn incensed, and one of them has
publicly aiinouticcd that hu will coir
tliittu to set vu w Ini) lu thu sacrament
even II hu lias to go to Jail for it. Some
of Ihu people are also beginning to
21 owl at the prospect of inoreascd tax
ation, which must be the result of cut
ting off the reveiiuu f.totn llcensVs. Thu
msult of the stMiggle will be watched
Hot li shies am In
Wo am reculvlug a large stock of goods Miitablo for Spring trade. Our stock
California hii.i:y tka.
Forl.auii! Hack and all Kidney troubles.
Vlfll- r.-nlJ ,L- 111 awi II ,il Klmr &
Proud'. Ort-ron: Franco & Co.. for-I with gieatlnleiOft.
ut City. their strongest po-lllons and uro equal
. . , ' j Iv determined. Tim advantage Is on
Botter Get t Now. Ul0 sitll) llf ,U! prohibitionists, us they
It saves life and doctors' bills. Wo ; ilVu all thu machinery ot thu law at
moan Hrown's Mlaukberry and Ginger; ; , irilNposal. Iftliey do not siieeecd
the most suecesful remedy ever Intro-1 under such clrcunistaimes, thoy should
diiced Into the South and West for the I fomver after hold their ucacu.
cum of Diarrhoea,
Cholera Morbus. For
(alu bv T. S'
Our line of
etc. have been selected with special care to the trade
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE,
Is very completu and worthy of an examination. Our stock of
Saddles am Harness
Mimic, Klng& Proud Oregon t Simp. on 1
& Mulr lllgelow, West & Young Forbes. !
Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint.
Is It not worth thu finnll price of 7ft f
cenis 10 jice.y uiscivcs oijcvcrv k.i nip- m ,,,. ,,., u.(.t.-
loni oi incsu iii"Ui'ssiii couipiaiins, ui f p iiiaeiiniinn siue
you think so call at our store ami tret !
a bottluof hlloh's Vitallzer, every bottle 1
has a printed guarantee on It : use ac
cordingly and if it ones you no good it .
will cost you nothing. Sold by. T. .S
Ililule, Oregon, Mo.
, 1". O'l-'ALLON. I.r.IIIH tllVINK
O'FALIjON & 111VINE,
Attorneys at Law,
Wilt nnirtlee In sill rimrlK of Mlssniirl. 1
t'olli'i tliiiis, unit nil manlier of Iccul tulne.ss
nf Cuuit IIiiihc
nitiiii' s DriiK Slure
FRANK G. HOPKINS,
109 South Fourth Street
ST. .lOSF.l'H, MO.
Please examine our
is complete and is offured at very reasonablu figures.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER,
as you undoubtedly can be suited both us to quality and price. Farmors
will please bear in mind that wu ketp a largs stock of Agricultural Im
plements, such M
Weir Plows and Cultivators,
Brown Corn Planters,
Stalk Cutters, Harrows, etc
Grass Seed, etc.
-FOJEtJD & SMITH,
" FOREST CITY, MO
"M. E. Herbert & Co.
In their New Quarters at
Have thu Largest, Iiest mid Most
Beautiful LifiEor Qjs FixjurEs
In St. .losoph, tu which they invite especial attention. They am
skilled Piumocrs and Gas Fitters, and guarantee any work they do
to lie as good as tho best. They also have it complete linu of Iron
and Wooden Pumps When in want of anything In their linu re
member tho place, C16 Fulix Street, mid thu firm,
IMI.IE . HERBERT Sc CO
The Very BeHt in the World
I havu thu Agency for the above ma
chine for Holt eouifty and keep a si.p
ply always on hand at thu store of Miss
llosu lllggvi-H, Mound City.
a$f- l.nok out for Ilogu's Machines
Sou advortisuinent of thu (leiniti'i
Singer on thu In.ddu of thu Sks
Attorney at Law,
III ir:ietli't' In all 1 lie l imits nf Mlssnun.
Ileal 'liile ami imIIi-i-IIiiIi liinlnrM iruiii.tl
linii'p vf r SfJ.iiltP linn Storp.
A 1 1 o r n e y at L a v ,
vt ill Piwtli'ii in all tlie eoiirls of Missouri.
r.i'iil lt:ite IhihIiii-ss t'ollcclliius irnniit
, iitlt'iUi'il to. Oltti'ii west ftile wt I'lllilli'
i ii.i re. ' '
Wo are Agent for thu
HAZARD POWDER COMPANY.
A. II. JAMISON,
A 1 1 o v n e y at L aw, .
.onl Eitnto, lusnrauco and Colloct
M()I1X1) l'lT. JIlSMIlifSf.
vt l.i unirtli'i) in nil His courts of itorthwc.M
i Mis mrl.
The Most Miserable Man on Earth.
Is thu sufferer from indigestion.
Those only know its horrors who have
felt tneni. To such Is offuied not only
a ray of hope, but a cerlainty of relief and
cure, in thu into of Ilrown's Pepsin
Tonie. This wondHi tul remedy cures
without faith, when tak n a directed.
For sale by T. S. Hindu, King & Proud
Osegon; Simpson & Muir, Kd Anibal,
Hiffclow; West & Young, Forbes.
T. C. I)UN(JAN,
AT TO IS N K Y AT LAW,
III iirsctlre in nil t'nurls f .MIsuiiri.K:iii!as
limumiil Ni'liratkn Itrnl IM:ito hiisiucss, til i tl
t'lilii-rlliiu iniiuptly iittrnilcit lu.
MANUFACTURER & DEAiER
C IN A I.I. KINDS OF
I manufaetureja good deal
of my riirniture and buy
ing of the largest Manufac
jeetvd to such methods. Sleep and a ' Oiirlluld would not now bu President.
full stomach ot rich food arc Ineom- His ruwurdiug llobcrfsou is not only
patiblu with good muscles, good health,
und "ood brums.
' The Husshiii Czarina is said to bu in
tiiiror for her children, and
her maids of honor of complicity wltlij
tho Nihilists. T.'ie Czar, it is said, lias
had iv narrow escapu of being blown up
by means of explosive tubes hidden in
the wax candles which tiru burned at
The Democrat say thu situation
makes them uncommonly happy, and
ouu exuberant prophet among them
says they will renominate (Jen. Han
cock lu 1881, and elect, him without u
particle of trouble. No discreet Ite
publiean will Interfere with that delu
sion. Thu Oklahoma boom is busted at last.
Thu cult against l'ayiiu In thu United
States court went against him, and that
makes a legal settlement of thu affair.
No white settlers in thu Indian country
except by permission ot thu natives,
U'lio only way is to marry ti squaw.
offuuslvu to thu Nuw York Senators,
but it Is offensive to Nuw York ltepub
Menus. Thu change of lioilean and
(!t!imil 111., tll'n titumlntm.i.itu In tL'liliit.
to suspect TV ' 1 1 ,
i, . ... 1 1 felt stloiur nersonal interest, was
very distasteful to me thu first, bu
uimsu of our putsonal relations and my
wish that he should bu kept whero his
ofllcu would support him until hu fin
ishes somu work hu Is ungaged upon,
and which hu could do without Inter
fering with bis publiu duties; the seo
uud, buuausu it was at the expense of
removing thu sou of my old secretary of
State, who y prolmbl never had his
superior, certainly nuver tor moral
worth, in thu department, It is truu Fish
resigned, but hu did this from n sense
of honor, supposing it to bu thu duty of
representatives abroad to givu a nuw
administration thu opportunity of say
ing whether they weru wanted or not."
Vury truly yours,
Signed, U. S. Chant,
To II n. J. P. Jones, U, S. Senator,
STAR HAMHLKTOVIAN, Is n beautful bay with largo star in his forehead,
with his left hind ankle white; tnnd'i 16 hands high with vory neat head and
neck, broad oblique shoulders, great depth of heart, large well shaped body, good
back, arched loin, with broad strong hips, great length from point of hip to
whliihouu; theiicu to slillu and hocks, with most excellent legs mid feet. In thu
kindness ot his disposition, style, muscular development, action and form, lie
presents u striking resemblance to his siru Kysdyk's Hamblutotiian.
ST AH HAM1H.KTONIAN, by Kysdyk's Hambletonian, siro of tho king of tlie
turf Dexter, and grand-slru f (Johlsinlth Maid; also thu erand-siru ot St. .Julian
and Maud S., thu fastvst time of thu latter being ' :10 and the former 'Jill
His first dam by Wild Air; second daiii by .Shecly's American Star; third dam
by Kxton's Kclldsu; fourth dam by Abdullah, the siru of Hysyk's Hanibletonhiu.
Wild Air by Decatur, son ot Henry, dam Ostrich by American Kelipse, Seoly's
Amui lean Star liy Stockhouio's Amnrieiin Star; first dam Sally Slough, by
Henry; second dam by Imported Messenger.
Kxton's Kulipso by American Kclipsu; dam by Imported Kxton.
Abdullah by Mambrlno, sou of Imported Messenger; dam Amazouiu by it
son of Imported Messenger.
Kysdyk's Hambletonian by Abdullah; first dam Charles Kent mare, by Im
ported, Ilellfoiiudur; second dam Onu Kye, by liishop'a Hamhlctonlan; 'third
dam Sliver Tall by Importod MuKsuugur.
Kishop's Hamblntonian, by imported Messenger; first dam Pheasant, by im
ported Shark, second dam by imported Medley.
Amuiiean Kclipsn by Duroo, sou of Imponud Diomedo. first dam Miller's
damsel by Imported Messenger; second dam, Imported Maro by Pot 8-os.
To gnntlttmon owning thoroughbred or woll bred mares, desiring to ralso a
perfect saddlu or harness horso; to thoso having trotting or pacing marcs and
wUh to cross them with u horso that will bo sura to transmit to their foals, beau
ty, purity of blood, symmetry of form, doulllty, lutulliciiiico, resolution and high
couragu; and to breeders who uro looking to a cross by whirh to enrluh their
cold brooded dams with a warm eurront, wo especially conuuond this horso.
Hu will be allowed to servo n fuw good mares at tlio low prlue of $25, naya-
bio at term of servluo by cash or noto, with privllugo of returning maro tho next
suason in casu of failure.
I will give thi'iio premiums, viz. s To tho best colt $2.1; second $20; third
$15. Colts tJ bu shown at weaning time, either at Mcund City or Maltland,
whichever Is tho most central point for tho number of mares broil to tho horso.
Will stand utmy rosldunco in Whig Valley.
FREEMAN LIBBY, Maitland. Mo.
II H ii
uiialdus me to Sell to any
ono who may need goods ,
In my line
us it can ho sold, I havu
only ono prlco, and will
duplioatu any bill of 1'urni
luru bought of Munufac
it. i. ui:a,
Attorney at Law. Notary
Public ami Heal IMatu Agent,
l ill ii 1 1 end In nil Inunl lnlness iutrmtftil tu
iiNi'tire in nil tlie maris nf Nurllmest MNsouil,
llui fur salu n larcc' iimulitT of clinlrr IuuIiioks
L. 11. KNOWLES,
A I T () K N K Y A'P I, A W ,
ill rmrtiiv III nil Courts. Itnul Kt:ite
ni'sii"l ( ollri'tlMiis irninitly ullrniliMl In,
3Ion(oniery & lloeeker,
BA N K K H S A N D 11 K O K K R ii
lian Mmiuy, liny Nntci, Draw l)rnft nn n
prlcliiiil pities, nncl Cnllfi?llu jiruiiuitly maile
I'ay Taxes for imn-rc.ilitfiit i umi negotiated
mi real estate, nuil liivistiupnts iiinilc n fnvnni
blu terms, kiturcu ulloweil nii TIiiio Dnaoslts.
Frazer & McDonald
-o IN THK-
FORK ST CITY,
rnitANSACTS u irenenil
JL , Wells r.u'liuiiiN on tlio elilef ell les of tlio
IJiiIIimI HtiilcsaiKl i:uiiiie. Allows lnlere.-t nf
ileposlls whuu left nsMTlfleil lime, Colleellans
sri-civn r.ircnu nueniiou.
u. ii. 1'iiAZun, (iko. WKiitin.
J. T. TMATC1IEK, M. D.
HOMtEOPATHIST AND SUKGKON,
V UlTK'K.-.At ri'sliteaeu, two itmn north
j. a. niiovcs s mora ( lorineriy resiiienes of
m , OOSMM, M. H. n.A. FIK0KNIUI!M.A,MM.II
i (ioHlhi & Fieeiiliauin,
1- PHYSICIANS A N I) SUKOKONS,
H OlU'tOK-One iluor south of Hunk, iip-stalrs
lino I kcup a full stock, and
uvuryordurwill be prompt
ly filled. Established over
AUG. BEERES, Oregon, !
est bldo l'ubllo gqunro.
1 Ckll.l.. n.i...k n ...
uiimuii q uuiui i ii ncincuy.
A marvelous euro for Catarrh. Diph'
hthrrla, Cankur montli, mid Head Ache
With ouch bottle thoro is an ingenious
nasal Iuloutor for thu mora successful
Vreutment of thuso complaints without
extra ehariro. riico 60 cts Sold bv '1'. K.
Flliiulu, Oregon, Mo,
Shlloh's Consumption Cure.
This is beyound question tho
successful Cough Modioiuo wo
uvur sold, n few doses Invariably
tho worst oases, ot Cough, Croup,
nronuiuiis, wntio its wnnacrluf
cess in tlio euro of Consumption is
without a parallco In tho history of
Kiodiolno. Slnco it's llrst discovery it
has beon sold on a guarantee, n test
which no other medicine- can stand.
If you have a Cough wo earnestly ask
you to try It, l'rleo 10 ots. GO uts, and
orous V a"
stor. Sold by T S. lllude, Oregon Mo,
j vi ftt j ivi mvii u inn, uu
$1.00 If your Lungs uro sore,
Hack, Lame, mo !hlloh's Pn
I one T for sale a lnrso numlier of Unlit Ilrah
prlees for such stock.
Uit. rntrliliii! Cnelilun, I'hinoutli ltoekn, ll'hlte
M'Klinrns, Ayleshury Dueks etc., at reasonable
nr ees for sunh stock, l.rm in Imirli
i, i it., V ' wiirn.s niiiiiiee uun
Kinrt ii i. mi. i nave uri'd pure nreil
tlllTH 1irf.fl l.nllltru lim
two years, g! u my entire time to tho liihluesi
imil inive us Booil fowls in am In tlie ll'est
rhere. I much more nmllt us t us pleasure
III L-f,.1illii. t.iia-u lirn.f ,.i,iilli. ll'.l... L'l.. . i
trslcil circular ami price Hit,
Qeo. W, Pooler
fins just iipeneil out IsirKe anil eoiuplulu
anil i-verilliliii; prrlulnlin; tullie prlatlii IiikI
ncss In nil tin M'iiui'hes, Also a sluck of
A new wall llnlsli, Any one can urn It. 1'nll
llrecllnns nn each acka);i All kihuIs war
riintfil us represeuteil. (.'all una examine ntnek
anil pili'es. r ,
JI3 Vellx Ntre.it, 4
X. K. Corner Mnrlu-I Niiiiri-,
.st. josi:ph, mo
The luamifuetunirs nf Willi I'aper liavo neier
made unir.' Iiuprnvi'iiienlslu their lino nf koihU
than they hare Ihls seas The designs are all
lieautlf.-.l, I lunk ureal pains ami eleelerl of
eiery luauiifaetuier llie ilue.st nl (lilts ami
tlailns. CellliiK Decorations. White lllanks.
I'lat liruutiils, vie,, umi respectfully Invito tlie
people of Unit County to call lilul examine my
Of every description ut Lowest Priori.
In umlless variety, and I warrant every
onu from thulitiest to thu cheapest.
107 Fourth Street,
Saint Joseph, Missouri.
Peret & Br
Nolo ArchU ror tlio Miuin Fnleul
.OirMr.H. 1'.. I'eret, hiuliiK heen engacei rt
the Llghtnlni; Hod husluess for thn miH lour
) ears, refers In tho hundreds of parties for
whom hn has done work-all nf whom nr sat
sued. llnvlUK nskncluteil Ids hrolher with him
In huslness nail taken thn nueneynf thn mImwh
i nn wnicri iney consider the ve lieM nianufiic
turcil. they ask the pfUroii.iRiiifall wlio deslru
ji,wi-v,i"ji ii;tiiusi j.ikiiiuii
IJKA1, WITH MKN Y(
l ewuro f nAiKiiv".liiiniliii wlw
pMiii.iiiT jun i')i.iiiiiwnuiJie;
eliarKliiK dniiDlofrlces. Our homS uro In Holt
eoiintynml we expect to continue to llvolnro.
i. 1!''i'i1 U ill"!1.' ,n,fife!;t to dent miurely nnif
lioHorahly vtltli III pdplr and wo Intend to ila
I'KKKT A nttO..
flinif Ifi'lks shoiihl semi unilVWK
VII Ume cent stumn for 17111 V P
Innso octavo paires, full 1 UJIAII
of lalimhlu notes by Dr. 1." Ill Fuot, thu iiuthor
Medical Common Sense and Plain Home
mi Hcrofula, l)len.ses nf SIeu,and AVnmeil, mid
uu i-iiriiiiui aiinienis. Willi I
"i ii,."" '.'V ? ""' r en-
Vuu V.il i lu ' n ,UA 1
l iit'ii, nun
i i ' 'S,x he , etc., carofuJIy
brushed first, then seeuroly wrar.ped iu