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Let The Cannons Roar!
Grand Celebration at Forest City, Mo.,
When every one will celebrate the Nation's Birthday by buying
oods of W. E. MINTQN,
And the da)" will long be remembered by all who give him a call. There will be no brass bands, cheap display of calico flags, but' the low price at
which I am selling goods will be the attraction for all.
iiouvx.s. .t WAi.i.r.n.
liulrroil nt Hip I'oilofllff tit Oii'iton, Mil,
Terms of Sttljsoiliittou:
TWO 1)01,1, IKS A VKAIt IX AHVAN(X
Kill DAY, JIT I A 1,1881.
Tim Hupublicnn party has survived
situations tuoru tlirentonltic: than any
!OOt WOUK ATWAHllISU'l'ON.
Will Id public attention Is cuuccutru
ti'd upon Hid miserable squabble at Al
bany nml thu efforts of (iinioi.ll Grunt
ti roouo his political partner, Conklln,
from tliu niiu ho lias brought upon Ills
own head, it is well to remind tlm road.
its njaln nml :,;atn tlial suniotlilii;; rise
is jr.oinj'oii In (SovoriiiniMit affairs which
will lio of ndvaulagu to the eounlry unit
leilomiil to the erulit of the Ilopublican
party long utter the row over llin Now
York Scnutorships is over. At Wash
ington the now Administration is quietly
intelligently and effectively performing
Its duty of inanain the huslne.'s of the
eounlry in the Interest of tho people
It has achieved already some very notn
lilo successes. Indeed, it is safe to say
that no other Administration ever ac
complished so much thoroughly good
work In the first few months of it ca
reer. Let us glance- for u moment al n few
of thu conspicuously meritorious acts of
tho President and his Cuuiuot. The
State Department, under Mr. Hblue,
has defended our commerce against tin:
unjust and hellish prejudices of foreign
nations, and shown that the attacks up
mi Home of our ehiul articles ol o.vplirt
wen; without reason. It has also assert'
ud very Inoadly and positively the right
and duty of this (iovcrumctit to protect
its naturali.cd citizen -i, mid to claim for
l ins in irom lonogu eouutries tlic fame
recognition given to native horn Amor
leans. This re-assertion of the Ameii
can doctrine of efti.euship, which had
fallen t-oiuewlnit Into abeyance of late,
may have Important diplomatic rc.ultN,
The Trc.isury department, under Mr.
Wiudom, has successfully tolved tho
problem of funding thu live ami six per
cent bonds-- a problem over which the
late DcmncraMo Congress argued and
ipiurrcllod all last winter without com
tug to liny conclusion. Mr. Wiudoiu'r,
practical business swiwi j.pcedi:y wpcucil
it way to tho retirevient of all tho high
interest bonds, uml to the Having of
luany millions of im noy. Tlie notion
of the Treasury has eouiui'iiided the ap
proval of all business inturoMs at home
uml the admiration ol thu I'maueicrs of
Thu Cost Olliou Department, undo'.'
Mr. James, has exposed mid broken up
n powoilul conspiracy lor plundering
the Treasury, which had its defenders
in (.'ongicrf-' and its paid agents in nioru
than olio ol I lie puliliit ollices at tlm cap-
il tit. The discovery of the Star Koulo
frauds and tlm new economics Intro
duced in the Depart moiil have already
produced a saving of oxpou.es which
will amount to over a million ol dollars
per annum. At thu t-aiuu time thu clll
ciency of the po-lal service is being con
Much might bo said in praise of tho
conduct of i he other Departments, All
that the puhlie noes and bourn of I heir
management is to their credit. For nil
the Departments, turnover, the t'revi
dent is ronponlhlc. To hint as well as
to Ids Mliiifttrs belongs the credit ol
thu good work done in the varioiu
brunches of the Kxcciillvu service. He
le, moreover, entitled to high and pe-
clul praUo for finely maintaining, in
itplte of open assaults ami the lusidi
on, undermining of powerful paily In
fluences, thu coiihllliilioual pirlogallve.s
4t Ids olllce. Ilj his course he has
struck a tleutli blow to the twin evils ol
our politics Statu liosslsiu and Sciintn
,et boruhoads, t.chomnru, patronage,
jnongurs and tho ballled adherents of
broken rings rave as much as thoy like
at Ounerul Garfield's Adininlbtrntlon,
The people judgo It by its deeds. Their
yerdict Is, " Well done," their advice
is, "Go ahead.''
i hi i
(JAMFOllMA UIDNKY TXIA.
Kurl.umo Hack and all Kidney troubles.
Kitty cents. Ak to see it at King &
1imi1'tf f li'mrfttl l.Vtilw.1, AV Pll. I'm.
Ihataro now visible, and disasters great-1 0!l jn'y " 1
er than even the Dninocratle fancy can j
now hco Impending. It has shown that Dyspcpsln &. Llvtir Complaint.
It could not bo broken down by any ia u m,t worth tho small pi lee of 76
ono man or vet ol men. it naseven sur- routs to free ; otitelves of every symp
vlvcd an administration which went out tout of those "distressing complaints, If
Mill think so call at our storo and get
..Mini UAl.viinilig II.-. 1.U..I "M V ,., .,l,.
onishlng tho prosecutors of olllclal cor-. ,m, ft m.mtutl KUttmillee il; nc.
ruptiou. eordlngly and If it noes you no good It
It established a clean handed admin- will cost oti nolhiiur. Sold by. T. .S
Isti Htlon. In which whatever of oonui)- "inite, tlrogon. Mo
lion remained was the concealed rem
nant from thu former. The party
survived ihe intestine war of a cabal of
Senators on the President, and in .spite of
this strife it eltotcd a new President by
a majority so great that a sortitions pur
peso could (I ml no pretext for disputing
the result. Such vitality gives assurance
that the party Is In no danger of Ineak
ing up because a Now York hosi has de
clared war on the President, and threat
ens to carry his State anil the National
Senalu Into thu oiifciny'ii line?.
In nil this the Kopublloau party has
been greatly assisted by the ineoiun:ten
ey of the Democratic party. If our par
ty has blundered, thu Deniueratio has
covered our blunders with worse. If
corruption has been discovered In our
,rty, the Democratic w.i either too
lunch Involved, or it had too strong a
proclivity for corruption to take advun
tago of tho opportunity.
Political parlies are not expected to
bo perfect. Tho Republican pat ty, with
ill its Imperfections, has tho .satisfaction
that the nations existence, its succesful
finances, restored credit ami curruney.
uul whatever of good there is in nation
al preservation, peace, and honor, are
its work, and that in all its reign of
more than twenty years it has been tho
only party that hart uny rtellnert princi
ples, or any character that entitled it to
lie trusted to govern the country.
Having all these proofs of coiislitu
tinnal vitality, and this foundation
long roll ol great achievements, there
is r.o reason to tear that the parly Is now
going to pieces, or that the perdu arc
going to transfer tho government to
party which is aliko dohtitutoof charai:
tor in thu past, and of principles fur thu
Standard .sorts, grafted from hearing
trees, raised at homo, llrst'olass. Also
a few 6 year old Apple Trees. Also
3,000 or 4,000 Apple Trees, .second
lass, cheap. A splcmlld lot of
CHERRIES, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUMS
APRICOTS. SMALL FRUITS,
Kvcrgrwens and other Ornamental trees
JOLT COUNTY HDRSERIES
(51JO. P. LUCK11AHDT, Prop'r.
.(jKN'kual Cuil Scliurz may be Con
sidorcd a man who slicks to his post
Ho luw edited throe papers all I'ust-
tho Detroit Post, the IVf ntlicht 1'vtt, and
now tho New York Evcuinj Post.
Ot:i: of the strango things douo by
the Legislature now in nuttlnn at Al
bany ts tho passing of a bill giving
pensions to school touchers in the eiUes
of New York and Urooklvu. It was
very generous i its terms, providing
that teachers who had served In tho
schools twenty-live years, or who wore
disabled by accident or Illness Incurred
In their work, after fifteen years, could
he retired by the Hoard of Kduutlon,
and should be given a pension of not
' loss than half their salary at the time
of tetliement. Governor Cornell has
vetoed the hill, and In his message in
timates pretty clearly that ho thought
It an extremely foolish ono. lie icfers
to the fact that in this country pensions
in anylormarv almost unknown among
civil ollicets; says that the proposed
system of pensioning could only bo
Justified on the gvound that the wort, o!
the favored clnss was of exceptional
value or spuctully hazardous, while in
fact it U neither; that in any view thu
term ol teivico required Is too short
and thu pensions are too large, and
urges Ilia', tcaelicvs themselves would
not he benefited by such a l.iw. Tho
Governor, in Ids concluding paragraph,
remembers the friouds of the measure
by suggesting that a bolter considered
law for Ihe same purpose may bo con
sidered next year. Policemen and fire
men disabled m thu performance- of
duty, arc considuied to have somu
claim fur rciiiuneintiou, but aside
from cases of this kind there is nothing
like a disposition in this country to
I have taken I). It. V. 0. with great
benefit for "cucral debility, and can rec
ommend it to all.
Rev. D. W. Deadle,
Chaplain Penitentiary. '
SyiaciifC, N. Y.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
M, K- 0'KAt.LON. 1.KIOII IllVINK
O'PALLON & IRVINE,
Attorneys nt Law,
Will pr.ictlco la all courts ol MIsmouiI. ,
Collections, ami alt maimer nt lral business
will rt'CdW! uurpmnuit a'.tciitlim.
:wonic hoi tli BUlo of Court Hemic, over
lliuile'j Ding more.
Ofllce cvcrHcliulto llroi !Uore.
Attorney at Law,
li l ..r.tl, In .ill flu. v,t'f-ti nf Mktirmrl.
rwul KkthtO iHUllii'fj utul Collections t)lnfUt
A Great Cause of Hman i,ciisl,,liml
MISERY IS THE -OSS OT
T. (J. DUNGAN,
ATTOltNUY AT LAW,
will m-it-llcn In all Coint.nil MlMOiirl.Kaur.xi
Iiiu:i:ui1 NclirMi'it. ltcnl ltuto lillstlll'S-'. 11I
I'oU'iUlo'.is promptly uttcmui'il to.
A Lecture on I be NmIiiic, Trriitinrnt
ence tli.it from Ills cMu rlt ncc lh.it tl'e awful
wo uvuai', cieany prows iroin his nun ixi'n-
Tlie wmlil l.f nownpil Alillior, in mis ailinlra.
nutl HaiUcal uurnnf Ceniliiiil WcnkliojS.'ir Slier-
malorroo.i, lmuiccu uy neii-.iius. iiivoiiimary
laiiwious, iiiiioii'iicy, nervous iicuiuiy, aim
limiPilliiitMits In Mairlnei' iTcaerallv oniimiiiiii.
Hon. i:iilli.y. aHil l'lts; MontMl uml 1'Iivm :il
llK-apaciiy w, uy uniien .1. vhiimtwcii, .u 11
niltlier r( tlie "llri'Pil lloii'.t." etc
-oi:sriiieiics of Sr-lf-AliiKc ta.iy ctTectliully
rciliiivetl witlimu tiaii;;enni-i upei.Hiiin, neuj;ii'-4.
ciillll.lls i lOlllllIlK 0111 A
liislriiiiu'iits. riiix. 01
iiimiIh nt cure at unco
wlilrli every siilloici, 1111 m.ittrr wlint his con
.1111011 may 00. may euro nuiiicu iiicipiy,
utcly anil laitlcutly.
J'ry TcU '..-dure icl.T ircr 1 (.-i. u, (.oiiMinrb
llll'l (flollstl 'llllt
S.nt iimlcr seal In a phm Piivclopc. lo any
inlilrevs, on re"i'iitol six ecnls or Iwi pnstniit'
siamiH. IVc Imvo iiIho n sure euro lor
Tiijic Worm. Auitros
tiic ci'i.vrun'Ki.i. juiiucai, co
II .tun St reel X-w YnrK
.UNi.Ksstliero is a misstatement, Hart
man the Mliiiist, is upon paying us
lien) in America a visit. One thing he
will discover, should he come that no
really sano person in thu United States
has tho least .sympathy with Nihilistic
works or wavs. In this matter there U
a singular unanimity of feeling hero.
No American newspaper of the slight
est respectability printed cither tit tho
l-.uglish or German language has pio-
lended to conceal lis horror at assassin
ation. We do not know what Mr.
Ilartman is coining over for, but If it
ho honor or glory or niatori.il assist
ance, ho might Iiift :is well stay at
homo. There will be no processions.
bainpiets, mass-meetings to greet the
stranger Ave are as a neonle fond of
ilzing, hut wo do not euro lo havu
anything to rt. with lions dealing in
Ninu men have been hanged In Ar
kausas by lynchers within a month.
110 ease ili-1 the shuriff make any deter
mined effort to protect his prisoners,
nor have the nulhorillos moved to pun
ish thu murderers.
TiiKitr. tiro now In nsu in the world
over 100,000 railway locomotives, rep
resenting a 110,000,000 horse-power.
Tho technical "horse-power," however,
is eipial to the power of three horses.
Kach horso reprosontb the power of
Kevou men, so thai the representative
power of tlm locomotives exceeds thu
power of all living nn?n.
It is said that Just before Dursoy left
Washington for New York ho called up
on Atloniuy General MeVeugh with Hoi
Ingeivoll. IIu asked MeVeagh If he
thought ho (Horsey) was guilty. Me
Veagli said, "Yes, ami that ho woull
give him fair warning that he fhould
put him in the penitentiary." At this
Hob Ingersoll said tint they had butler
at once prepare their case, and tkey
have horn doing this ever since.
Siilloli's Consumption Cure.
Tins is bevoiiud question the most
Hticcenslul Cough Medicine we have
ever sold, a luw do.sos Invariably cure
the worst eases ol Cough, ('roup, v.nd
ltrouchilis, while lis wonderful sue
cess in the emu ot Consumption i-
without a parallco in tho history of
medicine. Since it's first discovciy it
lias neon sold on a guarantee, a lest
which 110 other medicine can stand.
If you have a Couidi we carnestlv ask
you to try it Price 10 cts W els. and
Sl.uu it your J.iings urn sore, tjiicst, or
Hack, Lame, lino ShilohV Porous Phi
slur. Sold br T h. lliiule, Oregon Mo.
PEOPLES FAVORITE ROUTE.
Kansas Ciiy,SL Josspk
W1111.E tlilst part of the United Status
js Mossed with copious and rather super
abundant rainfalls, thu Canadian farm
.em along the lower St. Lawrence, just
Across our Nortlmni border, uio com
plaining of great drouth, whloh I liio.it-
,euu to destroy tho liny, which Is tlioli
fiinut cmp. They should pall on Von
or to cxplaiu this frcuk of future.
An anccdo'o ! told of Jay Gould's son
that is good, whether true 01 not.
seems ho has a boy George who is about
IS years old. When they were at the
Laughasu Hotel, London, thu boy slip
pod back, saymt', " Uxcuso me, father,
and returned with u llttlo tiaekiuri
which be put in his haud-saek. Some
time afterward .lay Gould said : "Gcorgo
I would like lo know what you had
wrapped up there so carefully?" "Why
lather," said ho, " it was tho candle
and soap thoy had charged us for at the
hotel, and they will do the saino Ihiu
at tho next hold; so I thought I won!
iuko tiiein nlong." could s ojs are
said to have twinkled to find the boy
had not forgctleu the day of Htuall things
GOUWG5L E LUFFS
Railroad and Branches.
i remaiMiiile piece of news
comes I'ioiii the Nashville correspond'
cut of the Louisville CimrWr;hur)uil
He says that a woman, living in .lack-
son county, renu , was a few davs
ago ileliicred of Keren children during
one evening. Thoy all resemble
each other exropl as to weight, and are
hpullhy, woll.formed babes. Thu mi
nuteness of detail regarding tht iihvs
ieian's trips backward and forward sug
gest that tho story is a true ono.
Last Thumlay Mr. Henjamin 0. Por
ter and Miss U. Copnland wore mar
ried in King City, Mo. Tho groom is
almost 70 years of ago, and the bride
(55. Mr. Porter has been in St. Joseph
forty yoaiv, and is a very popu'ar and
highly esteemed gentleman. Tho
bride is ono of tho old mail's first
lovos, and his early sweet heart. Thoy
worn engaged fuity-llvo years ago, but
the affair was broken off and ho mar
ried nnuthor lady, with whom ho lived
happily and raised a largo family, Who
died about onu your ago.
in extreme drought is tho cause ot
great anxiety among the population of
tho District of Orenburg, In ltiusia
Tho eiops have failed for three suet ess
Ivo years, and thu danger that is now
Impending suems lo stifle all hope. The
people torm processions, with liuvges
of tho saints, and march about tho
HoliR A dry west wind lias boon blow
nig uitliont intermission, and not
cloud nmieiii's in I lie si: v. This Is
n i r,rn MniYmtT i sttt itTY-mni 1 -
I AN N TH AN W UN eompnnled by an unusually high tern
J - ..WW A . . I A I I I, , I I tC.I. .11
lieraiuru. as h uiis were iiol onu
enough, Ihe embryo of a lueut that
last year caused wide duvastation in
soinn places lias boon found in laigu
iiiimbois about, the Holds.
Dnoct Line lo
KmisaM I lly,
Coiini cling at Kansas City with all
Pullman's Sleeping Cnr and Magnill.
oout Dining Cars on Through Trains.
Attorney at Law,
A novel experiment of the economical
sort Is to ho tried lu Winchester, Mass.
It is proposed to buy there a considera
ble tract of land, ntid erect u number of
handsome houses. These, however, nio
to bo without kitchens, tho odors there
of and the cooks therein. In the center
of the grounds Is to be a spacious dining
hall, nml the kitchen of the community
will ho there. Tho tables will be ar
ranged for family groups, or for more
liilsuillaiieous company, as may be de
sired. Those who wish entire piivaev
may have soparato rooms. Onu of the
annoyances of modern housekeeping
will thus bo avoided. Thuro Is also talk
of having general bcdmakei'3 and house
cleaners ; but private nurserymaids are
Will nr.n l If. i In -ill llin mints nf Missouri
ileal estato mat collection business promptly regarded os absolutely noeessary, and
there will bo no attempt to supersede
those. Now, nobody will deny that
this plan looks beautiful on paper, but
wo suppose tnnt tho chances are ten to
ono against It's success. It Is something
like tho Shaker system, but that ha.1 a
to. oftico west side m ruiilic community oi religions ueiiet to now it
together. Untortituatcly, human he
mgs can disagree as well as iigree, or
ever better. Tho plan may prove II nun
daily weak. It will cettninly afford an
excellent opportunity for fault finding
and dispute. Then a householder likes
Oh, What ACcudil.
Will von heed the warning. The sls
nnl perhaps of tho sttro approach of that
more turrlblu discno Consumption.
Ask your.?oles If you can afford for tho
sake of saving 50 cts., to run tho nsK
and do nothing for It. Wo know from
oxporlnco that ."ihlloh's Curo will Cure
Cuugh. It nuvor fails. This explains
why more than a Million Hottlcs ver
sold tho past year. It relieves Croup,
and Whooping Cough, at,onee. Mothers
do not bo without It. For Lanio Hack,
Side, or Chest, use Shlloh's Porous
Plasstor. Sold by. T. S. Illudo, Oregon
MI IK II!
. A. II. JAMISON,
Attorney at L u v ,
inl Estate, laaur.iuco axd Col'vcct-
MOUND Oirv, Ml.iSOUIil.
Will practice In nil His cowls ol northwest
to order Ids own dinner, and proters to
have it cooked to suit his own private
tasto. Tho condition! at Winchester,
Mass., hownvor, ate promising; so wo
shall wait and sco what comes of thu
pretty plan. Something like It succjud
cd lu Sparta long ago.
R. I. HE A,
tVltornuy at Law. Notary
Public and Heal Kstato Agent,
lllnttPiKl t nil lw;al lanlncsi IntnistPil tn
L. It. KNOWLES,
A I TO JINK Y AT LAW,
Will 1'iarllci. Ill all Cimrli. Ileal Kstnto Ij'.'.'iI-
iicsHaviltollcctloiis priimplly attcmli'd to.
Tut; present season has been charac
terized by an unusal number of thunder
storms, and thoso persons who aro re
lying for protoellon on imperfect con.
doctors should take warning by the
nls earn In all tlui couiihoi Noithwcst Mlwmrl. destruction of Sciitaii Castle, Its Alo
Itnu mi-u.il.t ti Inr-nt liutnliir nt i-lmii'i, lillslnr.4S I r
mis. hanitnoilan oeeiipaut ordorod a rod
from abroad and iiad It fastened on the
top of the powder magazine. He doom
ed ground connection unnecessary, and
waited impatiently for a storm when ho
should Know that tho invention, in
which he firmly bellevod, was every
thing that could bo do;lrcd. Ono come
at last, and tho exultant official, luckily
forhlm"e!f, wont down from tho citadel
in order lo watch tho reception by tho
rou oi a nasii oi iiguining. Ho was
not disappointed in tills, but ho was not
prepared for tho offoct. The lightning
struck tho rod, inmotratod tho inasfa
zino and blew it up. To add to his
grief his Moslem friends assured hi in
mat tno destruction ot tho iuar.i7.inc
was a just penalty tor hts use" of Chris
Slontgomcry & Koockcr,
RANK KHS AND UltOKKUS
Jxua Money, liny NoIm. Draw Drafts on id
irlclo.il cltiiis. ami ('(iUt-fll-.ni iirniiiiillv niacin
'uv Tuxes for noii-iiMlilriits: l,naus nei:otlalcit
on real esiaie, ami inv.inieni.s nuuio mi iiivuni-
ulu trrms. lulm-.-it aiioweit on iiiuo i)e:nits.
Frazer & SBcDonald
FOR KST CITY, MISSOUUI.
rilKANH.VUTS a eciieral lmnkliiL' liusliicss
Jl. Sells excliauJ on tlm clilcf cities nf tlio
I'ulti-il States anil Hiuope. Allows Interest of
drptHlt.-i when loll as.-eulUeil time, CoUcctltiiis
receive earciiu luieiuioo.
n. ii. ruAZtat, oko. Avuniut.
J.T. TWATCI1EK, M. D.
HOMCKOPATIIIST AND SUUGKON,
Ol'l'K'i: -,AI veslitenei'. two door nmtli
.1. A. Kneics's Htoru , foiincrly realiluavw of
Appreciating the fact Hint largo jiat-
ronago await? tho firm prepared for
supplying the varied needs and demands
of those coiitcmp'aliu!r buildinc. wo
have determined to keep up the Larg
est assortment of Pino Lumber, and nil
classes of llulidor's Msr.toiia's, .thoreby
dtaling fairly and gone-ously with thu
people, and steadily working toward
the attainment ol tho end that all who
oomo may be served and satisKed.
Coino and seo what wo can do,
Come nnd sco what wo are doing,
Come ntul sco what ivo Intend to du
and judge for yourselves whether onv
advantages aro equalled by any ot or
firm in Holt county.
HOBLITZELL & PIHKSION,
Akknt tho blushing assertion of tho
Ch'irloston News and Courier that
"thoro woro no tissue ballots" ui-ed in
the rccont election in South Carolina,
that venerable Domocratlu autliorilv.
The Charleston Mercury, declares that
"thousands of little tissue tickets, with
Mr. Dibble's name thereon, woro print
ed at tho olllce of Thu News and Cour
ier for use in caso any attempt had
boon made to elect Mr. Maokoy or any
A. IIOKMW. M. H. O.A. FIKUU.1)AU.M,A..M.,M.I) Hliy OnO ol.SO bllttllO Hllg 0!llldl(lnlO."
CJoMlln & Ficonbaiini,
PHYSICIANS AND SUHGKONS,
Ol-'l-'lljlC-Ono dunr s'iuIIi of llaiiK, np-ntnlrs
BARBER ad HAIR .CUTTER,
West Klilr Vuiille Hiimne. Jir-.siiootfull
This Is eonfirnied by tho fact that lis
sue ballots woro found in sonio of tho
boxes. The. Mercurii adds: "Thorn is
no doubt that a majority of the Demo
crats in South Carolina favor free and
fair elections, but Unit slalo of fueling
lias hue- brout'lit about not bv The
News and Courier, but by rovulson
agaliftt the methods advocated by that
Soiinip. ur-.snootmi v m-
Mt';?M,lV!DVf:"yi,,fi, o'ra!f.!!ll n- yea with Dyspepsia,,,.,,! during
Myself ami wife having been allliutod
A. (!. DAWKS.
(len'l Pass nml Ticket AL'i'lit.
,', UAUNAUD, (leu'l riiiperinteiuieni.
Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous cure for Catarrh.
Paiiis has a laboratory in winch
what people eat and di ink Is analyzed.
It would not do in this country; U peo
ple know just what thoy woio eating
thoy would practice Griscom's theory
on half or two-thirds of our so-called
luxuries. Hotter made from doad car
casses, etiiidy from glucuso, and wiuo
Ihivorort from old boots und drugs
would not go down quite as easily if the
..ii .i . it... i.m .f
Is a plant nalivo to tho Sierra, It faro, but as long as American stomachs
euros! It euros!! Only i cents, hold out tho thing is likely to continue.
Try It nt King Proud, s. Orosor. l'rsnco
& Co,.Forost City, No Hospital Noedetl,
htherhi, ('anker mouth, and Head Ache.
With each bottle t linn is an ingenious
nasal Injector for tho more successful
treatment of these complaints without
exlra oiiargo. I'rieo fit) cts bold by T. ,
I Undo, Oregon, Mo.
No oalalhtl hosnltal needed for Hon
B;o ,n'8 Vonclahlo Liver Phis Hitters patients, nor lunM-saltiriort ta
Aru asuro euro for Liver Conmlnlnt. I fiitet puffers to toll what Hop Hitters
Constipation and Biliousness. Fur sale will do or cure, as thov tell their own
by all Drueirosisin Oregon, & Forbes stoiy by coitain and absolute euros at
rc ingoiow, i iioiuo.
W. J. KEA,
The Choapest and Best
in Tin: oity
FOl'llTIl AND KDMOND 8THKKTS,
HI'. .IOSHI'11, MO.
Will pay llin liljdifst marltel pilcu for
-JS OOX 3lTJT-."J3fi3
AT THE PETER PODVANT STABLES,
FOUItTil AND ANUUI.KJUK CTJIUUTO,
tiT, JOHIU'll, MO,
II Is Ull
the lime continued dos'iiur with blttois
and otifr nostrums, with no beuulit.
Four jttles of D. U. V. G. has cured
Dr. J. W. C. Gould.
Syracusu, N. Y
W. BELL & CO.,
iTent mm STRIP,
imr.uileoil a .uru protection nitiilust
tain ami Dust.
have tim limes
Us nosts In J'nel (unl Carpets In a kIbbIo soitsnu.
iiesluoi tno iinnoyuneo irnm itusi, . jemiuij
tor miIk. AKciiMciuiliniullolt with li si inonoy
nml Minim Inner muSlH limn anv (itlicr lialeiU I
la tin) iiiarkvt, Apply In pcwim or by lollM to
FHANOfS m'.T. MAIN fcill'.COND HTHUKTS,
NT, JOSUPll, MO.
OAMFOUNIA K1KNEV TKA,
Tryit when all oilier rcmcdiat fall and
got relief. Huy It ot King oi Proud, Ore
gon ; Franco iV Co., forest uity.
D. R.V. a.
And U trouMsx arUinx tliuieriiini,
Kiting, Acidity of the
rhmlciKy, f.Uvr ami
j liu lUiM and l.lub.1.
It U ttic lHt
ih Wutld. Gwran-
I)ru'i;Ui tn give iH-r.
ftfaitton or money
Try ll. Ourl(Hl
Tonlc litlr, th
pctiicr In the Wotld. Cell for 111111.
0. R V.a.Mfg. Co., Prop's,
14 Wohlium St.,
New Votk Dopot,
:. ST, Crmutte. U5 tit. ttit,
' 'soipui aotio jo 0Jii)iml3p 40 teAjwu no
jmiip osjj iAu ppiot8 9ti)isA Apii v 'oSn
uj osuajojjjp uoiii e e oioi uuopix
lltaMMrparaliirii, tho pnly flretcliu.-i Aiw"n
tttctitno uuw in tlm market Bilartni (or iaivu or
pnmll Jobs, borpo or Bttnm twwcri Uio onf Ai-nsi
Mactiino uia(innntaaiid riiainfinxunduUjrutr.4
rmtcug. " vinrilKO I'lll" ilOUDIO J'llllcn
Mourned Iluracl'uircrrntre tlm hit in ihe uui U.
,,V roa want a Vlbrtor, buy our Blaclr Hawk.
JMiyT llocaiimltutlia.lalral liutiroTed innrimin
In Uio markot. liavlnir nil of He u lit n,i none of
iht it'ftiU o( Vibretorn, AidtatorF, OHClllaUiin, etn..
now In lino, ttgkttr g,nt anil more .turnWe. lla
rnoUon la roritirocal, conwinuntly will not ahaku
to piocon. rhoroujkti Jj,.at tlieut all In
.W."') othe.r hf1"1" o',Wln. 11 la ultopllclty
ltaolf. XtU'iM In IU own lanirtU.
Li UiK ffetdMrtal
inner turfUc ii Qtwu9clean.
It Jh abttoltituly nate. UHhIj-i
1 nearly 2000 ttH le natbuuauy
ptlvr of ttie puuio etxe. It
ImniK unvw, coal, or wooL
ii, KiviB mciia jfer wim
jc ni n, auu uvtmuitiif nit
uungtr rrom tspwmm,
Miiflal fur LliiicrlntirA
k 1 1 fi it I !
ViBVl y lti.a
He A. PITTS SONS MFC. CO.
nndO C.3fTersen Ot, CIIICACO, ILL.
ntlca or MlnirlOAH. la
T and OHEAPE6T
:ia. m la me ueat
m. out rorm 1
nln the araft,
m no mora
01 win ao
ha It Hncja nnt I
Mehly DOllihod aurfuco i
(t Jolriaf friction and llah'
It la tlifi ohAnntiat iMuman
tnan inrerior Dranaa. ana oni
ors.or nw or uny otner ytxie ure
luiLnna-.TbrfMhlnir Mai-iilnrji. riorn.Pian
CUrriaKO, Ijiitfirloa, eta.f-to.,aJi for Waona. it la
For aale by aif fnuun i
Uyclovtdin 0 TMngt M'orlAf" ueifto riiallod
MIOA MANUFAClUrTIEl Cf
81 Mlohlgan Avonua, Criioaao, llllnoli.
F.luvou years our iUuj;htor suffered
on u leil of ndsory under the care ol
sovuriCviif thu host (and mhiio of the
worst) iiliyKieluiiH, who gave her dis
easu various nanioa hut no lulief, und
now slio is restorod to us in good health
by as simple a romody as Hop Hitters,
Hint wo had poohod at for two years,
beforo uslntj; It. Wo caruually hope
and pray that no ono olso will. let their
sick stitfcr as wo did, on account of
prejudice aunlnst so cood a medicliiq
as Hop llittuiYi."-Tlio Parent,