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Kntercil at tlio Itwtnfllcc lit OroKoii, Mo., as
Term of Snbaoripttont
TWO DOLbAltS A YKAtf IN AllVASCE.
l'UIDAY, JUNK U. 18HI
nii'U are. vory reasonable, when the larjie rlr-i
filiation otTitK Count v iwi-kii u eiuisiiiereil
iwu'ri. ,i"U K1"mM,""",i " ""'"''-
Money may I it nt m.r n.k hv lw-m. .. i
.outer, itratt or rrttWervil letter.
(orreinmViieu Mini new are always desired,
lmt letters mint lie lirlef ami must have Hie
Keimliie name of the aullior. not tor publication
tint as a cu.iraiity .fKmt fallli. ;
('oniiiiiiulratloiis In the Interest of enmtiilatet
will lie eiivrccd for nt the rain of three cents
pernnnl, cah la mUnuee.
obituary pixlry will lie chan;cil for at the
rate of ten rents mt line ami tliu Cash lin.it
accompany thu numusi'ilpl.
licjrrtcil manuscript will not lie returned.
U-tlers ror pnlillcvllon slmuM reach ih by
Trtesilay n.on lo hiMire Insertion In that week's
All letters shuuM lie niMressiM lo
run ctn'NTv i'Ai'i:r:,
Somo of I ho Now York followers of
Col. Hob. Ingersoll talk of erecting a
large building to bo called "ThoTein.
plo ol Free Thought."
About a year ago u young Ohio wlfo
sued her husband for tlivorco, and now
sho sues him for breach of promise of
Tlio difference between Republican
statesmen and Dcmocratlo demagoqlsm j
in public llnaiico Is illustrated by the
.conversion of tho remaining fis arid Cs
into 3 1-2 per cents. Tho Dcmocratlo
Congress worked at a bill for refund
ing these bonds, which they wanted to
carry out by n forced loan from the I
national banks. The agitation and
mcnaco disturbed tho money market
(iintil n panic was made and the ratu of
interest rose to 1 1-2 per cent, a day.
Tho President vetoed their bill. Then
Secretary Windoni, without any forced
.loan, any commission, any syndicate,
any doulilo interest,' any disturbance of
,tlio money market, converted tbeso
bonds by slmpiy .offering tho holders
tho option of payment of 3 1-2 per cent,
interest, to contiiiuo during tho govern
Tlio Hurlingtou Ilawkcyo regrets
tho quarrel in tlio Republican party, but
to show that nil the wrong doing Is not
on one side, supposes a caso Hko this:
Suppose the President without consult
ing Senator Allison, remove Jacob
Kick of Hits Stato from the reunion
Agency, and appoint in his placo II. C.
Van Luven, a bitter personal enemy of
Senator Allison who never loses a
chance to abuse and vilify tlio senator,
and who, in ndditiou to this, votes tho
Republican ticket just when it suits
,111m. If such a tiling should happen
wo imagine Hint some of the "inns
.tangs" in this Stato Hint havo their
heads down, and their hind quarters in
tlio air, aimed at Conkling, would re
.verso position, and ainitlioir kick at tlio
President. It makes a great difference
with the averago American ciHV.on
whose bovine is being gored.
It is discouraging to learn that all tho
essays submitted to the' judges who
.were appointed to award tho Interna
noma prlzo of 2,000 marks offered by
the Empress Augusta for tho best work
on dlptherla, not one contained any
knew fact witli regard to the origin, na.
ture or treatment of tho disease, and
that the piizb was therefore not award
.ed. A new offer is now mado to tho
medical lirnfes.ssoii throuirhout tho
world,for "Experimental reseiuohes into
the cause of dipthoria, accompanied by
essays upon tho practical deductions to
bo derived from those investigations."
Tho conimitteo will give the decision
upon tho works offered in this new com
petition upon September 30,' 1882. Tho
mousy value of the prize will, of eoureu,
furnish no inducement to learned and
hkilled men to prosecute this inqiiiiy,
but tho hope of doing a great survlcu
to humanity, and the fame which would
follow a valuable contribution to the
meagre knowledge of tliU seourgo ought
id insure important results from the
Tho New York Tribune, slimming up
the financial situation, says;
"It Is now certain (1) that about 4,
,000,000 will bo at once disbursed by the
Treasury In prepaying interest on per
cents, extended; (2) that about 1G,()00,.
tpO will bo disbursed July 1, In redump
tion of"tho six per cents; and (3) that
the Treasury will have in hand tho re
souees to redeem about 77,000,000 of
flvo per contM'. August 12. With these
payments tlio five and "six per cents.
will be extinguished, and without the
need of Bulling any four or four-aud-a-
half pur. cent.' boiid. Hutthoso largo
dU'burscinqifis come upon a market ul
Vciujy pietorlo with monov. Tho New
York banks report for tho first tiniu in
their history over $80,000,000 of speoio.
Notwithstanding tho increase of ilupos
its' to $326,011,7001111 amount far be
yond all prucedMit-tho banks hold In re
servo $10,7:18,076 in cash beyond their
legal requirements, ho great Is thu no
legal rciiiiirciiiuiiiB. on iei in inu uu-1
cumulation of unemployed money that
flio flr.rwmlta nu ri.iiiirh il. iiptimllv nr. I
j&ud ilie lOjMis, although thu latter fall
a'caieelylM"tlic largest return ever
mndo -tliM;97G,O0n of November
Tlio m l of addition, subtraction and
silence whs never carried to n finer
point than in tho Stiu i-nutes, tmdcr
(!en. Hrndy. lly this route tin unim
portant routo In tlio wlldei-imss, with
a weekly service, let nt the petty sum
.of 'i,:)60 n jear, was "expedited" into a
fortune to tlio holder, on which he might
sit down in an vlcgant mansion at
Washington and entertain men of in
fluenee. Siteh was tlio Star routo
15,0.i I, from lllsmarek, Dakota, to Fort
Kcogh, Montnnii, let tor Horsey 's friend
.John It. Miner, for tlio abovo sum, and
then "expedited" Into a dally under a
Dorsoy-Hrady multiplication table which
made tlio pay 870,000, of which at least
650,000 a year could bo netted by tho
contractor. Let no one think that this
was vulgar stealing; till was in the
hlghe.it stylo of art. There was petl-
' Hon for Increased scvlce, provided by
,ul iu'viim:ii enee, piiiviueu oy
tliu contractor; a representation that
settlement would be expedited by it,
probably an indorsement ol tho putt-
,,,m b.v " li'Ktto of one of the Tcrri
tones, iimi tueu tliu application of the
queer system of multiplication to show
th increased cost. Thus was a single,
weakly, weekly, ouodiorso route, orig
inally contracted for a pitiful sum,
swelled into a fortune. And there were
thousands of routes of this sort.
Tho richts of women havo been un
der revision In tliu Supremo Court ot
California under somewhat different
circumstances. Tlio new constitution
declares that "no person, on account of
sex, Im disqualified from entering upon
or pursuing any lawful business, voca
tion or profession." Tho authorities of
Sail Francisco passed an ordinance last
year prohibiting the employment of fc
malo waiters in drinking saloons, dance
cellars and like resorts, and making it
unlowfitil for any woman or girl to be in
any muh place after midnight. The
court decided that the ordiii'iuco was
unconstitutional, and that all pursuits,
vocatl ns, or professions, permitted by
law were equally open to men and
women. Tlio Chief .Tiistlco and two
others of tliu seven judges dissented,
holding that futilities might bo excluded
from certain pursuits on grounds of
public decency and morality. Hut thoy
wore in a minority, so that tho princi
ple of tlio equality of tho sexes will not
bo imperiled by their dissent.
There Is nothing mure painful, ns
there is nothing, psychologically con
sidered, more curious ami indeed more
inexplicable, remarks the New York
Tribune, than suicide committed by
children. Tho case f Effl Person,
who is supposed to have shot hertolf
tho other day, is a peculiarly sad otic.
Uu two occasions her father had lust,
or said that ho had lost money, $50 on
one occasion mid $70 on another. He
appears to have charged his family
with tho robbery, and he loft tho house
dcelarlngthat lie would not return until
the money was found. His daughter
took tho accusation so to heart that,
possessing herself of a revolver, she
ended her life with her own hands. Her
father claims that she shot herself by
accident. Such is not, however, the
opinion of those best acquainted witli
tho facts. Hut admitting this theory,
what must bo the feelings of tlio father
who embittered tlio last hours of a life
soon to bo so tragically ended by a
false accusation? We ask tho question,
supposing that he has tho usual paron.
tal instinct, which may not be. The
dyiHg child, asked by her mother why
she did such a thing, answered: "lie
cause papa bulicvcd Hint I had stolen
tho money ."The poor girl is said to
havo been a constitutional invalid and
of a nervous temperament. The moral
of tho matter ought to bo seriously
pondered by all to whom thu direction
mid care of children tiro conllded. It
Is true, undoubtedly, that, under somo
vague impression that it Uocs not hurt
them much, children tiro constantly
subjected to treatment which, morally
considered, is cruel and barbarous.
They tiro scolded, suspected, punished
severely, often upon more vaguo sus
picion, and because thoso who have
control of them chnnco to be out of
temper, or like to excrclso irresponible
power. That children feel this keenly
everyone who lias control of them
ought to know. They aro utterly help
less. Charged with an olfonco, they
have no skill or experience- in demon"
st rating their innocence, or tho In
sufllolcnoy of tho evidence ncalnst,
them. If they are affectionate, their
affections nro sorely wounded. If they
aro passionate, their passions are
provoked, may lie to madness, by a
sense of Injustice Thst under htich
provocations tliey nro quite capable of
committing suicide haslieeu abundantly
demonstrated. Singularly enough,
juvenile felo-de-se is comparatively
common. It is all very well to weep
over tho sorrows of Oliver Twist or of
Litllo Nell in a book; but how many
Olivers and Nells thero may bo suffer
ing about us wo rarely take any tioublo
From the Hub.
Thero Is perhaps no touio offerod to
tlio peopb that possesses ns mtiuh real
intrinsic vnluu as tho Hop Hitters. Just
at this season of tho year, when thu
stomach needs an npputizor, or tho
blood needs purifying, tlio chonposl
and best remedy Is Hop Hitters. An
ounce of prevention is worth a pound
of euro. Don't wait until you aro,pros
t in ted by a disease that may take
months for you to recover In. Boston
A Chicago Judge on Wednesday lined
a saloon keener $100, and sunt him to
the county jail for tun days for soiling
liquor to a habitual drunkard. Good for
that Chtongo Judge.
J. H. PUNSHON,
I. K. S.
has mid will keep on hand ono of the finest stocks of Furniture that
1ms ever beon kept In Holt County, consisting of a full stock of
Walnut and Maple Bedsteads
Lounges and Tete-a-tetes,
WALL POCKETS OF ALL KINDS
Picture Frames Mutte to Order. Furniture Kepnlred on
POST OFFICE, FOREST CITY, MO.
Wo me rccclviug a large stock of goods suitable for Spring trade. Ours
etc. havo been selected with special care to the trade. Our Hue of
is very complete and worthy of
Saddles and Harness
is cotuplatu and is offered at very reasonable figures. Please examiue our
as you undoubtedly can bo suited both as to quality and price. Farmers
will please bear In mlud that wo kevp u largu stock of Agricultural Im
plements, such as
Weir Plows and Cultivators,
Brown Corn Planters,
Stalk Cutters, Harrows, etc
Grass Seed, etc.
FORD & SMITH,
FOREST CITY, MO-
M. E. Herbert & Co.
In their New
Have the Largest,
In St. Joseph, to which thoy invite especial attention. They aro
skilled 'Pluniuers and Gas Fitters, and guarantee any work they do
to bo as good ns tho best. They also have a completo lino of (run
and Wooilcn rumps When in want of nnythlng in their line re
member the place, G1U Felix Street, and the firm,
IM!. El. HERBERT &c CO
STAU HAMULKTOVIAN, la a beautful
with ids left hind ankle white: Manila 15 ii
neck, broad oblique shoulders, great depth
back, arched loin, with broad strong hips,
wiiiriDouu; tuuiieu lostiuu aim hocks, wun
kindness ot his disposition, style, muscular
presents a striking rcsumoiance to ms sire ltysuyk's llnmolctoiilan.
STAU HAMHUvTONIAN, by ltysdyk's
turf Dexter, and grand-slro f Goldsmith
and Maud S., thu fastust timo oi mo
His llrst dam by Wild Air; second ''am by hliecly's American Star; third dam
by Kxton's Kelldso; fourth dam by Abdullah, tho slru of Hysyk's Humbletonlau.
Wild Air by Decatur, son ot Henry, dam Ostrich by American Kolipse, Secly's
Amei lean Star tiy Stocklio no's American Star; first dam Sally Slough, by
Uenrv; second nam oy impo messenger.
lvxtou's Kcllpso by American Kolipu; dam by Imported Kxton.
Abdullah by Mambrliio, son of 1m lortuU Messenger; dam Aimuouiii by a
son of Imported Mrsong' '.
Hysdyk's Ha'mble.onlan by Abdullah; first dam Charles Kent mare, by Im
portctt. Hellfotmdc ; second dam Ono Kyo, by bishop's Hambletonian; third
dam Silver Tall by Imported Messenger.
IMshop's Hitnililetonlan, by Imported Messenger; first dam Pheasant, by Im
ported Shark, second dam by imported Medley.
Amurlcnu Kclipso by Ditroo, son of ImpoHed Diomedo; first dam Miller's
damsel by Imported Messenger; second dam, Imported Maro by Pot 8-os.
To gentlemen owning thoroughbred or well bred maros, desiring to ralso a
perfect saddlu or harness horso; to those having trotting or pacing maros and
wUli to croi-s them with a horso that will bo siiro to transmit to their foals, beau
ty, purity of blood, symmetry of form, docility, Intelligence, resolution nnd high
courage ; and to breeders who nro looking to a cross by which U enrich their
cold brooded dams with a warm eu.-.ent, wo especially commend this horso.
Ho will be allowed to servo a fow uood mains at tlio low mice of 825. nava-
bio nt term of service by cash or note, with privilege of returning maro tho next
season In caso of failure.
I v111 glvo thrco premiums, viz. : To the host colt 2.ri; second 820; third
815. Colts to bo shown at weaning timo, either at Mcunil City or Mnitlnnd.
whichever is tlio most central point for tlio number of maros broil to tho horse.
Will stand at my rosiduueu in Whig Valley,
FREEMAN LIBBY, Maitland. Mo.
an examination. Our stock uf
Itest and Most
or Qas Fixj-uhes
bay with largu star in his forehead,
- 4 hands hlsh with vervnent head and
of heart, largu well shaped body, good
groat length from point of .hip to
most excellent; legs nun tent, in tlio
development, action and form, lie
Hambletonian, siro of tho king of the
Maid; also the grand-sire ot St. Julian
lauur oeiug s.iu a- nun tne lormer Hill
0h, What A Cough!.
Will you heed the warning. The sig
nal perhaps of thu sure approach of that
moro terrible disease Consumption.
.Ask yourselves if you can afford for the
snku of saying 60 cts., to ruu tlio run
and do nothing for it. Wo know from
exporinco that Shlloh's Cure will Cure
Catigh. It never fall. Tills explains
why moro than a Million Mottles were
sold the past year. It iclievos Croup,
anil Whooping Cough, utonoc. Mot hoi
do not be without It. ForLanio Hack,
Side, or Chest, use Shlloh's Porous
l'lassler. Sold by. T. S. iliudc, Oregon
How t maku soap for it cent n pound
Shavo Into small pieces five liars of
Dobbin's Kleetrlo Soap, and boll In
thrco quarts of water until tho soap Is
thoroughly dissolved, so that upon
straining throitsh a slove nothing re
mains: add to thu solution or "suds"
three gallons of cold water; stir brisklv
for sureral minutes to mix, and ut. ft
away to cool. Tho' it will look liko
nothing but soap-suds while warm, a
chemical reaction will take place, ami
in twenty-four hours time will develop
foity or fifty pounds of imigulllecnt and
white soft soap, costing less than one
cent a pound, and as good as inanv of
tho adulterated co'iipounds called soup,
and sold at suven to cu cents u pound.
How long would It tuko for any other
soap used the same to become nnythlng
but "soap sudsi"' Any housewife
knows that it can not bo done with unv
soap she has over used . St o If it can
bo done with Dobbin's Kleetrlo. For
salo by nil grocers: Kavo McCoid &
Co., Wholesale Agents, St. Joseph, Mo.
CAI.IFOHXIA UIIINKY TKA
For Lame Hack and all Kidney troubles.
Fifty cents. Ask to sco it at King &
Frond's, Oregon; France & Co., For
Better Get t Now.
It saves life ami doctors' bills. Wo
mean Hrown's IMnckberry and Ginger;
thu most sueccsful remedy ever Intro
duced Into tho South ami West for the
euro of Diarrhoea, Dysentery and
Cholera Morbus. For sale by T. S
Hindu, King& Proud Orcgun&Siiupon
& Muir Higclow, West & Young Forbes.
Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint.
Is It Hot worth the Mimll neicit uf 7.',
cents to free,your.elve8 ofjovery symp
' toil! of these iltstri'sittiir iiiiiiiir.iliiij. U
i t'.nt ll.li.L . i. ...ill ...... ...t &
j .... ....lift aj V illi til. Illli DIIIIV llllll TOll
a hottloof ShilohVt Vitallzer, uvery boll hi
has a printed guarantee on it : use a- I
cordingly and if It noes von no good It
will cot you nothing. Sold bv. T. .S
Hiude, Oregon, Mo.
SINGER SEWING MAC11IE
The Very Kewt in the AVorhl
I hnvo thu Agency for tho above ma
chine for Holt county and keep n sup
ply always on hand at tlio store of Mis
ltosu Ulggers, Mound City.
JB5y- Lwok out for Hogus Machines
See advcrtlsemmit of the GeiH.tt't
Singer on thu inside of tlio Skv. :J
A. McAD' V,
The Most Miserable Man on Earth.
Is tho sufferer from indigestion.
Those only know Its horrors who havo
ten tnem. 'lo such Is offeied not only
a ray of hope, butaeurlaiutyof relief ami
cure, in tho uso of Hrown's Pepsin
Tonic. This wonderful remedy cures
without faith, when tukm t directed.
For salo by T. S. Hindu, King & Proud
Osegon; Simpson & Mulr, Kd Anihal,
Higelow; West & Young, Forbes.
MANUFACTURER & DEALER
C IN ALL KINDS OF C
I mniiufactiireja good deal
of my Furniture and buy
ing of tlio largest Manufac
rnnblcs mo to soli to any
ono who may need goods
in my lino
as it cun bo sold. I have
only ono prieo, nnd will c
duplluato any bill of Furnl
luro bought of Manufac
o IN THE o
lino I keop a full stoek,und
every order will bo prompt
ly filled. Established over
AUG. BERH.KS nrofrnn CWPa
vvesiamu ruuiio Square.
Shlloh's Consumption Cure.
This U bovound nttestion the mnst.
successful t'oush Medicine wo lmvo
over sold, a few doses Invariably cure
tho worst eases of Cough, Croup, nnd
Hronchltjs, whllo its wonderful sue-
cet-s in the euro of Consumption is
without a naralleo in tho hist
Hicdlclnof Slneo It's first discovery it
has been sold on a guarantee, a tost
which no othor moillelno can stand.
If you havo a Couirh wo eurncstlv ask
you to try It. Price 10 cts. 60 cts. and
Vl.uo if your J.unfjs aro tore, Chest, or
Hack, I.uiuu, uso Shlloh's Porous PI a!
stcr. Sold by T. S, Hlnde, Oregon Mo,
At last wo nro to hnvo an out and
contest between Prohibition mid Antl
ProhibltiMii, under circumstance which
must thoroughly test the question
whether men can bo stopped from using
liquor by compulsory legislation. The
Prohibition law in Kansas Inw gone
into effect, and It Is as radical us thu
most fanatical Prohibitionist con d ask
for. It absolutely forbids, under tho
most stringent penalties, the man
ufactttro or disposal ot any intoxicating
liquor In that i tato. It not only nll'ects
thu right of a man to drink It, but nlso
prohibits tho tifo of wlno nt the sacra
ment nnd lis salo for medicinal purpose?,
by druggists. Tho friend of thu bill
nro prepared to enforce it, and havo all
the machinery in hand, while tho op
ponents of tlio bill aro equally deter
mined to fight It. To this end tho dealers
hnvo laid in largo stocks, and tho Autl
Prohibitionists h:tvo Ic.igiud thiMiisclvo.
together for mutual nMancu. Tlio
Hut nvrcst mudo w.u of a diuggiit
who had sold a hot 1 1 u uf Hol?'lcr't
liitturs lommo patly who iiiinu diatcly
got Intoxicated on It. Thu unfurl ttnatu
druirght nt onco cmriud tlio cao Into
thuhi;;lier CuuiN. Somoirt tho clergy
men mo iticen-.L'tl, and ono of i1k.mii has
publicly announced that lie will ton
linuo to fretve inu in thu sacrament
even II ho Inn to go to j.ill for it. Some
of I ho pi oplo nru n'-o beginning to
iirowl tit the pro(i ot of inorea '.il Lig
ation, which must be thu result of cut
ting off tho rovotiiio f.toni license. Thu
roult tf thu stiu p 'le will bo watched
u lib g. cat int ." on. Hoth sides aro In
thclr siiongeit positions and aro equal
ly de'eriniued. Tho advantage is on
the thlo of tho 1'roliibitionNts, as they
havo all tho machinery ot tho law at
th.-irdlsposal. If thoy do not succeed
under such clrciimstanes, they should
forever after hold tkeir peace.
S. K. O'KAM.ON. 1.KU1H lltVlNU
O'FALLOX & IJIV1NE,
Attorneys nt Law,
Will prai'tii'i! la nil cnurls of Missouri.
Colli'i'tliiiiH, iimi all iiiiiiitu-r or Ii'k'mI UinlnrM
will rtrclvr niir priMnjit iiMi'litlim.
t fin. ....... i..... u. ......
tdT-iiiiieriioiiii.iiiiu oi rutin Homo, over
II. TE1JIJS ALKIHE,
Attorney at Law,
III imii'tli-e In all the cmiits nt Mlsnurl.
lti-nl (".tine mul eollvi'lloii liuslness ir.iniiily
OftliT out Schulte llros Store.
Attorney at Law,
W III I'nii'llni lii ill! tin- .iiiii4 (ir.MI-Hiiurl.
cal r.stati! IiiisIiii'sh mul 'iiI1i;cUiih uriiiiiiit.
lo. (inii'i! ucM xlile ol I'ulillc
A. II. .JA3IISOX,
A 1 1 o v n e y sit L a w ,
onl Eitate, Iusnranoo nnd Colleot
MOUND C1T. MtSSDl'ltl.
Wni iirai tlee III all tt courts oj northwest
T. V. DUXGAX,
ATT O It N U Y AT LAW,
III iirni'lli'it In all I'mirlH ut Mlsoiirl,Kiinsns
Iowa anil Nfliratka, Ileal Ivstiile liusluvsn, mul
I'ola'fllous lnoniiilly nllriiili'il to.
It. I. HE A,
Attorney tit Law. Notary
Public nnd Ileal Estate Agent,
W ill niton;! ".' '"'sliu'HS Ihtrnslnil In
nuniie III nil llic ruurlsnf N'ortliumt MNsoiiil.
llmforMilea laiKe limnlii'i-of eliolcf Liislness
L. 1J. KXOWLES,
A I T OU KEY AT LAW,
Will I'mi'lleo In nil Comls. Ileal IWnte hwl
ili-ss ii-Uiilk-ellMiis )irolHi.v iittrnili'il lo.
Montgomery & Itoecker,
UA NICE US AND 1JKOICERS
.. 7.i Xl J f."r "oii-reslilniu i LoaiiH iii.pitl.iteil
ole terms. J.ili'11'.M nllowpil mii Tlinu llfimslts.
Frazer & McDonald
FORKS'!' CITY, MISSOURI
rP'i!'MSA.l:T's 11 Kein-riil ImiililiiK liiislmss
.i; ,.vjiJ .v. . -. i"v; "" ',,v; .' "" " wni or
ii " '.t ." " mae, i-uuevllHns
.ivv.m idiriui llllt'llllUll.
l lIKNlllK.vr, CAHIIIKIt.
.1. X. A11A.TUIIJSIC, M. 1).
IIOMCEOPATIIIST AND SUltOEON,
ni.'i.Tfi.' ii i .
'J. A. Kitevp.s'H Mtorn.fiir .u. .i, ... '.' ...
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, (I0HU.V, M. . O.A. t ll:ill'.XIIAU5l.SI.,M.II
GoHlin & Eiegenlmuni,
PHYSICIANS AND SUUOEONS,
Ol'l'ICK-OnoiUor soiilli of llauW, up-stnlrs
n Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous euro for Catarrh. Dliih
itherla, Cankur mouth, and Head Achu.
With ouch bottle thero In nn In jonlous
nasal Injoctor for the more tniccecsful
trcatmuiitof theso cnmiihiinu u'lilmnt
,' .v" V:1 : "; uuu,s "V
iiiiiiiu, wrCKOIl, 310,
Wright Oity, Mo.
Pure Bred Poultry.
-PBlioriiH, Ay leslniry DiipIih ctn.. ut reaioiii b e
prlwn for iiueli rtwk. Kxks to liatrli. paikeu
. l?J.0,1' m!fv ''' '"Pp1"" nny illstiiaoli nftu
Mnroli nth. i have Ijreil iniru hml uonllry for
two venrs. lrlv.i mtr .nllr.. n i.'.. .... .v. " 4
unit lmvo lis uooit fowls Ti i . " 1 1 5 LV
I here Isiniich inoreinrollt us ell us nleimn'rn
In kl'lttllHLr mirn linuTimiilfi
Ml poultry, ll'r Uu for liliwj
Forest City, Mo
Mrs. 0. 1). and Misi Alllo Ohudwlek
respectfully Inform the ladies uf For
est City nnd vicinity that thoy havo
opened a Millinery mid Drc.ss-.Mnklng
Establishment In that plnco and will
keep in slum a full stock of tho latest
styles of goods, and will do nil w vk In
their lines In tho best maimer and at
tho lowest prices.
Will nlso bo prepared to furnish
ifcfi"- All kinds of family sewing dono
A shnro of public patronage Is re
Lndlus are rcspoctfully Invited to call
mid oxamliie goods.
FRANK G. HOPKINS,
109 South Fourth Street
ST. JOSKP1I, MO.
Wo nre Agent for thu
HAZARD POWDER COMPANY.
Qeo. W, Pooler
lliisjiist oii'iii'il out a laruii unit eonnilule
I'll I II tw,
imilevorMliliiL'iM'rliiliiliw tutlm iirlullii Inisl
lirsi In nil Its randies. Also a stuck of
A new wall lliilsb, Any emi use II. Full
IIiti I bus nu eaeli luii'liiinii. All pimls wnr
niiileil ns ri'iuvseMeil. Call ami examliii slock
iV.l Icllx Mlrvaf,
3f. K. Corner Mnrlirt N(iiurr,
ST. .JOSEPH, MO
'riiciiianiifiii-liiriTNof Wall fapiT liave never
inaile iiior.; liiiuovi'iiii'iilsiu llirlrllneor uooils
lian lliev lime llils season. Tim drslns nil
Iii'iiiiIIIkI. I tniilj ureal oalns mul m'IitIi'i! nf
wimow n desi
Of every description nt Lowest Prices.
In endless variety, and I warrant every
one from tholiuct to tho cheapest.
107 Fourth Street,
Saint Joseph, Missouri,
Peret & Bro.,
Nolo AkoiiIk for til" Miimi rmcnl
slli-il. Ilnvfnu iish if laleil Ids hrotlier with ii
In Imis ness iimi (alien t in tiKi'Hcy o " i iVn
JWArT' WITM SJKN Villi KNOW.
iiilu 1 1 U !!,,"".r '"fi-ft to ileal wmrelr niiii
I loHorahly witli the eo)lr anil we Inli'iiil o "J
Folks slionlil seint n
llinui cent slnnui for
a frco hock of nearly loo
TTf . ""T?0 oetiivn piiKes, full X UIWII
f TJluublo notes by lr it a Voot, tZ
Medical Commou Sense M Plain Hoe
rp A T.v.
on Scrofula, Jlsenwsjifjlen, juunj'onieii, and
in riiniinn iiiimeiils. w I I 1 n n r
. 'j' ''Vl'lenersiit Ihelreu. 01111 V
XVnnloil ftllttlinrj L . ...
. .. ... in ii uiriiinT nn iincsi in (nits ami
Mt os. Cellini! Deeoi-.uloiis. While lllanks.
Ha .loiiiiils .He., mul resiieelfiillvluvlle Hid
lieoplu of Hull '.unity to eall ami exiunliip my
puiils before liming, '
newspapers, can bo kept from motha.