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MOliYNS, .1: WALI.KIt, .
, j i ' 6JlKIONj SHU.
Hnternl nt Ilio.INntnlTlof nl "Orcybn, Aty... a
Terme of Snbeorijitlont 1
TWO H0Iil4K8 A.YK.DL IX AUVAXCK.
ntmAV, "3VI.Y in, ihsi.
Wnll-.Whlliaait' Account of the ANn.
4r. njiiitllua or Lincoln.
To tho trigedy'of Saturday, .Tulv 2d,
this history of thd'coulitry fuYn!hcS only"
oiio parallel tltu nuir.der of President
Lincoln. Tlio following graphic ue
count, of that event Is from Walt Whit
man's famous lecturus
l'rUlny,-, April 14th, scorns ,lo havo
boeica 'pleasant ono throughout the
whole" land llie moral atmosphere
pleasant too the long storm, so ilnrk,
so fratricidal, full of blood, and doubt,
and loom, over and ended at lun by
thu sunrise of ,sueh an absolute nation
al victory, ttiul utter breakdown of ac
cession -we' almost doubted our own
telvos ! Karly herbage, early (lowers,
Were out. (I ruineinber whero I was
Mopping at tho time, the season bcihg
advanced, ihero were lihics in full bloom
Hy onu of Jhoso captious that enter and
give tingo to events wtlhoitt being at all
u part dAiiem, T find myself Ulwuys re
minded of tho" great tragedy of thntday1
by tho sight and odor of these blossouis.
It never falls.)
But I must not dwell on occasions.
Tho deed hastens. The popular after
noon paper of Washington, tho little
Keening Slur, had spattered all over it
third page, divided among its advertise
ments, in n sensational manner In a
hundred different places, " Tne Presi
dent and his lady will bo at tho theater
this evening." Lincoln, was, fond of
the theater. I havo myself seen him
there several times. I remember, think
ing how funny it was that he, In somu
respects tho leading actor lr. thu storm
iest Urania known to real history's stage
through centurion, should sit there and
be so completely interested and absorb
ed in those, human' Jaek btruws, moving
about with their tally lltllo gestures, foi -cign
spirit, and flatulent text.
On this occasion the theater wns
.crowded, many ludles in rich and gay
.costumes, officers In their uniforms,
many well known citizens, young folks,
.the usual magnetism of so many people,
.cheerful with perfumes, music of violins
and flutes 'and over nil, and satura
ting all, that vast vnauo wonder. Victo
ry, the nation's victory, thu triumph of
tho Union, filling the air, thu thought,
,the sense, with exhlleratlon more than"
all music, and perfumes,
Thu President camo betimes, and,
with his wif), witnessed thu play from
the largu gtngo boxes of thu second tier,
two thrown Into one and profusely dra
ped with the American ilag. Thero is
a suene in tho play representing a mod
ern parlor, in which two unprecedented
Pugllsh ladles aro informed by an im
possible Y-inkce that ho Is not a man of
fortune, and therefore undesirable for
marriage catching purposes; after
.which tho comments being Mulshed, thu
.dramatic trio mako exit, leaving tho
stago clear for a moment. At this ne.
ylod camo the murder of Abraham Lin
coln. Croat as that was, with all its
manifold train, circling round it and
Stretching luto tho future for many a
century, in tne polities, history, art,
.etc.., oj tho new world. In point of fact
.tho main tiling, tho actual murder,
.transpired with thu quiet and simplicity
of any eoinmouost occurrence tho
bursting of a bud or pod In the growth
of vegetatloH, for instance. Through
thu general hum following the stage
pause, with tbecbango of positions camo
.the muffled sound of a pistol shot, which
,not the 100th part pf the aiullcnco heard
.at the time and yeta moment's hush
somehow, surely u'vairuu. stnnli1 Until
j ,0 w o - f 3 i
i and then, 'through tho ornamented,
jiraperieil, starred and striped spuee
wavof the President's bote, ft fillililim
figure, a man, raises" himself with hands'
Ann feet, statiUs a. moment on the, rail
ing, leaps'below to thu staco (adistancu
of perhaps fourteen or fifteen feet), falls
.out ot ins position, catching his boot
heel In a' copious drapery (the
American, Hag), falls on onu
, knee, quickly recovers himself,
rises as df nothing had, happened (ho
really sprains' his ankle, but untelt then)
and so the figure, Uooth, thu munler
or, dressed in plain black broadcloth,
bareheaded, with u full hoad of glossy,
raven hair, and his oyu like some mud
animal's, ttwhin with llcht nml
tlon, yotwlth ft oertiiin calmness, holds
lUot inoneiwtuln. lnr2o knife wniu-
along not tu0b talk of the footlights
turns uUy toward the audlonco his face
oi statuesque imly, lit by'thoso basil
isk eyqi, flashjng .with dMueratlon, per-;hapsnsnnlty-rlauncUesout
in a firm
mid steady j-olco the wwdst Sloiwmpcr
tyrnnnjst and then walks with neither
slow nort very rapid pace diagonally
iwvom to tho back of the stage mid dis
appears. (llad not all this terrible scenemaking
the mimic ones prepostoroiiH ,hud It
not all been rehearsed, l.u blapk, by
JJooth, beforehand P)
A momenW hush a scroam-tho cry
of murder Mrs. Lincoln, leaning out
,()( ,thu box, vth iishy checks and Hps,
with an involuntary cry pmittng to thu
retreating figure: Mo hns killed tho
President! And etill a moment's
si i Alice,, Incredulous susponso, and then
-thelt'lugHl then that mixture of lior
r or, 'noises, uncertainty (tho sound,
fotuowhere back, of a horse's hoofs clat
tering with speed)T-tho .people? burst
through chairs anil railings, and break
ihcinup; that noise add tti thn queer
Hess of thu scruc ; there is inextricable
confusion and tenor; women f hit;
quite fcoblo personi fall ami am trump
led on ; many cries of agony ire heard; '
thu broad stage suddenly 1111s to sit fib ,
cation with a deinu and motlev crowd, i
liku somn horrlblo carnival, tho iiudl
unco vuh generally iijioii It; ut lc.tst
fu strong men do; (he actors ut.d act
re-sps aro all in their play rostumc and
painted faces, wlth'mortal flight show
ing through tho rouge, some trembling,
sopiu In teal"; thu screams and calls,
confuted talk redoubled, trebled; two
or three niaiumo to pas up water from
the stage to thu President's box, others
trying to clumber up, etc.
In thu mliNt of all thW, the .soldiers
of thu President's Guard, with others
suddenly drawn to the scene, burst in
, some two hundred altogether they
storm the house, through nil tho tiers,
especially the upper ones, Intlamed with
fury, literally charging the audleneu
with fixed bayonets, mulcts and pis
tols, shouting: Clear out! Ctatr out!
yon sous of .' Such thu wild scene,
or a suggestion of it rather, Inside the
And in that night pandemonium of
senseless hate, infuriated soldiers, the
audleneu and tho crowd tho stao and
all its actors and actresso, its palntpots,
spangle and gai-llglits thu lifo blood
from these veins, thu best and sweetest
of the land, drips slowly down, and
death's ooze already begins its littlu
bubbles on tho llp(
Thu President was at oneo removed
to a prlvatu house in tho vicinity of tho
thu theater, where he died, at about 7
o'clock the next morning, without hav
ing uttered a' word, surrounded b'j tho
members of his family and n number of
civil and militatry oUlcers of the gov
ernment, IT DOX VwtmiC 'FlIAT WAY.
(Kruin tliv 1.1'avvatvuttli Staiidunl.
A Lal'orto, Indiana, paper publlshos
a letter written from Luavcuworth, con
taining a statement that thu adoption
of the prohibitory law had seriously in
terfered with tho Drown Medleinu and
Manufacturing company. Wu called at
the olllco oi this company to learn the
condition of their trad J and found by
reference to tholr liuoks since the first of
May their sales worn twenty per cent
greater than any previous mouth since
thu organization of tho company, an 1
forty per cent in excess of thu sales for
the month of May, 1880; and that their
sales for thu first ten days in .Juno are
fifty per cent greater than the first, teu
days of lust mouth.
A walk through the four floors of the
Drown Medicine company's largo es.ab
lishnient will satisfy anyone that thero
is a marked nicreaso in their trade, not
withstanding tliuy do not manufacture
a sliialu article in violation of thu pro
hibitory law. Twcnty-sevcu employes
in the house, five traveling salesmen on
tho road, eighteen hundred dollars per
month for running expenses, and seven
hundred per month for advertislii" a
Leavonworth iiutltution, is apart of the
work of this company.
If Pro-ldent Garfield reuovors. In thu
lun"lin"U of Don f hiimrmi nil li 1
can't beat him in 1881."
Thkue is a uhanco for thu conversion
of Dob lngcrsiill growing out of thu at
tempted assassination of President Gar
field. Dob said onu day last week tint
nothing but a uiir.tclu would save tho
President. It looks now very much as
if tlio President would bo mved ; If so,
It must, according to Inq;eroll, bu by a
miracle1 and hu must thereafter bu a
bohdver 1h miraoles. What a glorious
thlm it would bo for the President t
get well and IiiKcrsoll bo eonvertml ut.
thu samo time. Hu could then nut im
thu best of all his lectures, and call It
tho Mistakes of Ingersoll and the Vindi
cation of Moses.
A TitAiN dispatcher in Haltlmoro thu
other day, just as ho had given tho sig
nal, discovered a woman rushing fran
tically down street, dragging a littlu
girl by thu arm. Ho .waved ins hand
tp.nrrost tho train, and ussistod tho wo.
man to net on thu car. and ns lm .
libout to start the train again noticed"
tne woman and her littlu girl getting
off. Hurrying to tho spot ho asked
what was the unit tor, and tho woman
replied quitu composedly, that her
'little girl wanted to kiss her papa bu
foru ho left."
Section 1,160 of the laws governing
tho District of 'Columbia, provides thu
punishment upon conviction of assault
witli Intent to kill. Thu minimum sen
tence is two years' 'and thu maximum
eight yoars' Imprisonment. In mo,t of
tho States It is greater) for tho same of
lenso. Teoro Is no law providing for a
heavier penalty, should tho assailed bo
a president, than It hu wuru a hod car
rier. Glttuau's ill aim may 'novo his
Ik no legal Interference is had thoro
will bo two murdorers hung in St. Louis
on tlio loth, two in Now Madrid county,
tlio two Talbotts in Nodaway county
on tho 22d. and J. W. Patterson in
Henry county on tho same day, making
soron in all, to bu Bwungup this month.
Honored and Blessed.
When, ft board of eminent physicians
and chemists announced the discovery
that ,by combining somo well-known
valuable remedies thu most wonderful
mudlcino was produced, which would
euro such a wide range of discakos that
vtjost all other remedies could bu dls
pensed witli, many were skeptical: but
proof of its merit by actual trial has
dispellud all doubt, and to-day the dls
coverers of that great medicine, Hop
llittors, aro honored mid blessed by all
M. S. Faris & Co.,
Are receiving and opening from
est, Handsomest and
of Dry Goads that It has ever be'ett tholr pleasure to offer to
the public and at prices that defy competition Their stock
Is comploto In every particular including all the inovelllcs
of the season.
that wu havo not adopled, thu "Depaitnient System'
thereby detaining our customers utincccs-iariallyhiit de
liver their good at once. All aro invited to call and
see, us, us wo will not tu undersold, ltetuember tho Place.
M. ' S. Faris & Co.,
N. W. Corner 4th & Felix Stc, ST. JOSEPH
The Butch Mills
Will p.ay you tho highest price for good
FALL WHEAT IN CASH
Wo will also pay
THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR WOOL
in goods of our own manufacture, which
we warrant to be of the best material.
We are prepared to do custom work in
the best manner and on short notice eith
er grinding, carding or spinning.
We havo on hand Three Thousand yards
of our own make of Woolen goods, which
we will sell Cheap for Cash.
Ono half Milo East of Oregon, Mo.
Is a beautiful black with star In forehead, hind nnklus white, 10 3-1 hnntls high,
good head and neck, llroad stiouldurs, great depth of heart, w,u:l shaped botlv,
"hurt back, witli broad strong hips, with most excellent legs, and feut; hcavv
mane and tail. Kind disposition and lino action. Weight In fair condition,
l.BOO. Age, 4 yuais August 19th. 1881.
STAR MAHQl'IS bv tlio The Marquis, who wns imported by Thompson
Hros. Tho Marquls by Imported Hercules, tlio winner of nianv prizes in Scot
land. 1st Dam by Imported NelMierly; I'd Dam bv Imported Sovurn ; .'Id Dam
by Imported Hi own (leorgo; 4th Dam by Imported Old Clyde, who was impart
ed by Win. Warden in 18111.
I'o tlio fanner, and parties who would like to breed for draft or farming
purposes wo would call your attention to this horso.
IIu will bo permitted to servo a few good mares at the low prloo of i?1,'i 00 to
Insure, payable by note, at tinio of servico,diu in six months, notu to bo void if
tho mare proves not to tin in foal. Duo care will be taken to provunt accidents
but will not bo responsible hhould any occur.
Uriah Simmons, Groom.
Hoblitzell & Jesse, Proprietors,
TXoiuitl City, Ho
Propose to mako Oral?, Mound City, Maillaud and Oregon their londlii"
j-hippliiff Points this year. wmni0
They own Four yiu ds In this county, and buy largo quantities ot Pino
Lumber get low rates of freight, and
mmt momimtp With .sway. Mmix
Vxuy- ,.'1t-lfll','so to bo undersold W anybody ; will dnplieato St. Joe.
Hills, or.aiiy other estimates made by a responsible dealer.
Wo also havo in stock a full lino of
BOOBS, SASH, BLINDS, LIME, PLASTER PARIS, M HAIR,
It will be to your Merest to get our prices before buying.
Yom Patrouago Solicited.
REEDER'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC,
We Nell the Followluir
HallDt Bayis & Co,,
Emerson & Co.,
W, W, KimMl,
J, P- Hale,d
THE POPULAR W. W. KIMBALL AP SHONINGER ORGANS.
Dealer in Sheet Musio
WE SELL ON THE MONTHLY INSTALLMENT PLAN.
13, Xj. l?a,ttin? Oregon, Mo.
dry to day, ono of the Lnrg
UPRIGHT AND SQUARE
Ranging In Price from
RANOINO IX ruins
and Musical Merchandise.
It (Jultoau Is crazy, his insanity Is ati
liarcnlyblily'of that kind which usually
impels,. bad men to commit desperate,
nml promuditalcd crimes. Ho moved
about 'Washington without anybody
(hliiMng 11 tit a fit subjei't for a lumitlc
ivsylum. To all appearances Mio was
only a typu,f a numerous class of shift.
loss adrcntuiiTB who mako their way to
thu Xntlollul Capital at thu beginning of
uvcry now Auminisiraiioii, ami urgp
ridiculous claims for ofllce as a rtnyaid
for trilling or purely imaginary services
for tho Mieceiisfnl party. Tholr claims
uru, of eotirou, ne'cr recognized, and
Jhcy han rihout thu city nionth nftoi'
niouti), , impecunious, desperate nn re
vengeful, (iiilteau seemed to those who
I; new him to bu a man of this well
known clnsC no tnoru insane ordiuwor
ous than tils fellows. Tlio only pucull
anty that dlstliiguislied him from the
mob ot disappointed mid worthless
plnco-huutur.4 sdums to havo been the
fact that his malico was not alliethor
personal. Ills paramount Idea, if wo
may judgo by his exclamation when ar
rested, wa to servo n political faction
hustilo Id thu President. In his morbid
conceit lie doubtless (hougt hu would
maku himsolf the hurq ,of that faction,
and hu scums to. havo oven imagined
that It would protect him from the (ton
sequences of his crime.
The theory of onllnary insanity docs
not lit with thu behavior of thevassasslu.
Ho knew just what hu wanted to do,
and set about doing it with u coolncs
that shows a normal action of thu reas
oning faculties. Ho carefully informed
himself of thi day ami hour of tho Presi
dent's Intended' departure, purchased a
revolver, and coolly stationed himself
at a place in thu depot whero his victim
must necessarily pass close to him. Ilo
uven mude a plan for his own escape
ultimo onu, it is truo, but slill not tlio
plan of a disordered brain. Ho design
ed to jump into a carriagu which hu had
previously engaged, and drive as fast as
piisslblo to tho Congressional Comoiury,
in thu extreme eastern suburbs of thu
city. If hu hud reached that lonely
spot, his next movu would no doubt havo
been to cross tho Eastern Hranch to the
sparsely sett'eo. country beyend the
very region which Uooth traversed after
tlio muidurof Lincoln. Thu man would
have buen captured in any case, but his
scheme of cseapo was ,as good as ho
could have made, hvuu his letter to
(icueral Sherman in which hu announc
ed his crlmo as already committed
showed reniarkablu forethought and
care fur his own safely. Ho initial paled
tho possibility of his capture, and asked
thu Cuneral to send troops to thu jail to
prevent lilm from being lynched in the
llrst aeqess of popular fuiy. Under tlio
circumstances, liiuio Is little room to
dm bt that lie is morally responsible foi
his criminal act. ,
llad lie confederates? Was ho.' the
tool of a eoii:piraey?S Thecu aro fmvs
tlons which thu public cannot belli ask
ing, but to which no answer can bo giv
en yet. Tho preliminary investigation
of thu affair nmt ho conducted witli tho
grentont secresv let tho ends of justico
should bo thwarted by an untimely ox
poMiro of threads of circumstantial uvi
duneo leading to other poisons, If any
such threads havu been found. Wo
must lie content witli the knowledge
that the work ,if investigation is in skill
ful and judicious hands .Attoriioy-Ccu-oral
MoVcagh will probu tlio dastardly
cri'mo to thu bottom. If (iiiiteati is the
tool and victim of revengeful rascals,
whoso Hellenics for plundering thu Gov
ernment havo been broken up, and over
whoso heads tho penalties of tho law aro
about to fall tlio fact cannot bo conceal
ed. Thus far, thero is nothing of mill
Ho knowledgo to warrant tho suspicion
that tho assassin had abettors or uonfi
dants, and wo may rcivonnbly hopo that
when thu whole truth is known it will
show that tho responsibility for tho.lu
famous and cruel deed rests with him
A shot at tho President is a bullot
aimed at all of Us. Hoseoo Coupling,
Eniimsh sympathy tendorcd to Amor
lea's mlafortunu has novor been, so deep
and kind, so hearty and so warm as that
which has been offered by tlio London
press sincotho attempt on tlio Presi
GuittKaU was cra.y for a foreign
mission. We would suggest If ho still
insists on having one, to turn him loose
and tho public will soon send him to
represent Ihls country in u place whoro
lie wouldn't havo to shovel snow or bo
In danger of "catching cold."
Tiieiik aro no politics in tho prevail
ing feeling with roforeneo to tho condi
tion of tlio President. Democrats are
quito as anxious for his recovery as Re
publicans, Under this national anile
tlon tho pooplo in tholr majesty havo
risen far above politics.
Wk can plainly seo tho dar-marks
of our friend Mr. Hloss In tho eolumns
of tho St. Josoph Gazette, who has as
sumed editorial control of that journal
dining Mr. Pago's sojourn in tlio South.
Mr. Uloss is a thorough nowspapor
man, a torso and vigorous writer and
and ono of the best editorial paraga
phlsts in tho West.
My mother resides at Lansing, Mich.
Two years ngo sliu was attackeil with
iiyspopsia, oecanio rcilucod from 100 to
119 pounds. Tho doctors gave iter up
to die. Thrco bottles 1). It. V. (. has
cured her; you aro at liberty to uso my
name or benefit of others.
L. I), llruoo.
Syracuso, N. Y,
Guaranteed by all druggists.
l'dr twenty-four years I havu suffered
and at ' times nearly mudoeiw.y with'
sick huadaulni, and my kidneys Oceania
.Impaired. 1). It. V. U. Inu greatly ben
edtsd mo. I recommend it td all.
,Mrs. I). X. Laturop.
Ghnranteiid by ail druggists.
Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint.
I It not worth, thn Finiill price nf 76
cwlls to free wmrsulvvs of evurv s'vnm-
tomoflliusu distressing complaints, it
you think so call ut our store nml get
Hi bottloof Shlloh's Vitullzer, uvcry bottle
has a Diluted lriinranlcu on it: nsu m-
coiiilngly andijit uocsyoii.iio good it
wiii eo.H you Homing. Mont oy. .t
iiimie, vregon, Ma.
20,1 3 aai 4 "i:r I
lnndard sorts, grafted from hearing
trees, raised at home, ilrsoluss. Also
a few fi year old Apple Trues. AImi
!),0QO or 4,000 Apple Trees, second
ulass, cheap. A splendid lot of
CHERRIES, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUMS
APRICOTS. SMALL FRUITS,
Hvorgruons and oilier Ornamental trees
HOLT COUNTY NURSERIES
(JUO. I". LUCKHAUDT, Prop'r.
Shlloh's Consumption Cure.
This is bevound (liiDstion tlio most
successful Cough Medleinu wo have
uvor sold, a fuw doses Invariably cure
thu worst eases ot Cough, Croup, v.nd
in-oncuius, wiiiiu us wonderful suc
cess in thu euro of Consumption is
without a paralleo In .tho hlstorv of
lncdicinu. Sinea it's first discovery it
has been sold on a iruaranteo. a' test
Which no other inediclnu can stand.
If you havo a C(iii''h wo earm stlv ask
you to try it Price 10 cts. to ots. and
1.00 If your Lungs aro soiv, Chest, or
Hack, Lamu, U.-.U Shlloh's Porous Pin
slur. Sold by T S. Hindu, Oregon Mo,
CHtAP BOOKS LAST CHANCE.
On the 18th of this month. Mulvl I
shall send another order for book'- to
ho Anieiiwau Book Exchange. Hv that
liinu it is believed the publication of thu
largu type edition' of universal Knowl
cdu will bu completed. It has been
greatly delayed on recount of thu unex
pectedly largo number of topics treated
u in i no AiuuricuiiA dilitions.and.w hen
finished It will bo tho most valuable
publication ever made. I can supply
no lull set of liftecn volumes ut pilces
ranninir from Slfl to aeeordiii'- to
thu stylo ol binding. Porous duslring
to avail thunisulvus of this opportunity
will bo furnished with any books pub
lished by the American Hook Exchange
al Xciii 1'orh YVccs-thiis saving all
postage or express charges. Tlio list of
nooks has been frequently published in
The County Pai-hii, ami tho.-o wishing
to order can thoro find prices, etc , or
not nnuw list by calling at my ollieu.
I wfh Jo(sond a largu order, and a
this is thu last order 1 shall make, I will
thank those who intend to take advan
tage of it jf they wld send mo lists of
what they want, at mice. .
' W. W. l)AVr,NVO."T.
D. .T. Bradford,
WlmlosMlo unit ltrtnll Dealer In PIhuon, Or
itiuiN, MiihIcmI MorcluttiillHc, nlall IdniK
im'll waljiiii iiiNmki ir ymi purehit' without
tint consilium: lilm, He (leneral Ak-iU for
l lie htmlie. timl Kramer & lliieh I'I.imiis ami llm
MiiMin ft llnmllii Orgini" s also dirtlie wnmler
fcilOiRiilnclle. r.-.eiits Wanted.
peoples nmm route.
Kansas Gity9 Si. Joseph &
Railroad and Branches.
Direct LI no to
Couuccting ut Kansas City with all
EAST, SOUTH AND WEST.
Pullmnn's Rleeplna Cays and Magnifl
cent Dining Cars on Through Trains.
A. fl. DAWKS.
I p imiKoM' W"1'1 Ticket Aceat.
J, 1', IlAItNAltl), (Icn'l KuiierlatciulciiU
FOREST CITY, MO ,
Is proparod ,to do all kinds of
I Boiler Repairing
Sheet Iron Work,
I havJfmado a specialty of Hocmh !..
Ing-Vnd diseases ol tho
. - ..ww-
FEET OF HORSES
or a number of years, and I claim to
know Jioy to shoo a horso or mule.
Grand Avenue, Forest Oity
Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy.
A mnvvolous euro for Catarrh. Diph
htlipria, Canker month, and Head Aolio.
With each bottlo there is an ingenious
nasal Injector for the raoro suecepsfnl
troatmcnt of those cnmnlumiq wiiimnt
e.xtra charge Prloo 60 cts bold by T,
Hindu, Oregon, Mo.
CAIiironNIA KIDEY(.TEA.iy t
Is n plant natlvo to thoSlcmi. lb
qiirosl It curcsll Only 6 cents.
Try it nt Kiu? Pruud,s. Orogor. Fisneo
& Co,. Forest, City, .
3. O'1'ALl.ON. LKIOll IUVINK
O'FALLON & IRVINE,
Attbrno.VH at Lw, 1
OKkoox, stissouitt. '
Will prntllcu Ih all cimrl.i ot Mltauurl.
Oolliitlliiiti, mid nil manner ot k'aiU business
will reci'lvi-.uui' proiuiic u'.tcntltin.
WonifeiioitlisMu uf Court House, over
1'lilHlo's Dili)' Htore.
II. EMiS AliKIltE,
A-ttornoy al' I.aw,
vlll practice la all the rmitls of Mlnurl.
itcnl estate Hint cailei'tlon uiMliivHs 'iirumiitly
(Mltce orr Hclmlto llriH Store.
A. ir. JAM I SON,
Attorn u y at I. a w ,
'onl Eitato, Innnrnnoo n&d Collect
MOU.NII riT, MIKSOtTltt.
Will practice In all His comu of nurthmxt
T. C. DUNG AN,
ATTOllNKV AT LAW,
III pmellce la all CourU nf Mlnuil.Knns.m
Iiiwii'iiihI Neliraska. ileal Kstntu biiitlue., ami
I'ol.vcllntis iimmiitly nttrmleil lo.
It. I. HE A,
Attorney at Law. Notary
Public and Heal I-Matu Agent,
W ill iilleiut to nil leL'iil liiislneo lnlrncl...! in
iiNeiire III all Urn courts nf Xnrlhmwt .MKHinirl.
Has tor siilua larce niimlierer cliolco lmshies
1j. k. knowles,
A 1 T O It N U V AT L A W ,
III I'mellee tn nil Cninf j K....I ll.,t,. I,. ..I.
lies. a'l I iilleelimis tiioi:iitly uttemleil to'.
aiont?oincry & Koeckur,
BAXKKltS AND MltOKKHS
Iiim Stoiiey. Hay Xote, Draw Drafts mi ul
iHetiial cIIIch. nml ColleHlem ironiitlv Hindi,
'av TilXes for lioii-n.slrlentH t.n;ii. i.it'.r..M..t...i
im real cstntc, ami liiv.otnieiitH mmle hii fiivora-
uie u rni. I'lieieM niiinvrii .u nine lll'Mislts.
Frazer & McDonald
FOUEST CITY. MISSOUUI.
rpUAXSAtrW a neliernl l.miklliK ViiisIiuns
JL, Hells rxrlmiijs. im the cliler cities nf tlio
I'liltiM States mill Kniiiiie. Allmvs lnli.Mwt i.r
ilfpiHlts wlieii lertas'ccllieil time, Collecllwns
ii-uviii- i.iinui iiilt'imoil.
II. 45. I'ltAZnil. (1150. WKIlUlt.
J. T. Tlf ATCIIEIl, M. D.
IIOMUCOPATIIIST AM) SUIUiKOX,
OKPIC!'!. Af vi.!ilnnei tuvi itnnrj ...ifili
J. A. KcOVi'V.. Slorn fun
l.eM Oivn '
v. finsM.v, si. u. d.A. i-ih(i;niiau.m,a..m.,m.i
GoHlin & Ficjoiilmuni,
PHYSICIANS AND SUIMJKONS.
OI'l'IOU One ilwir sniilli of llauk. nii-sl.ilr
BARBER ani HAIR CUTTER,
West Hllle l'llblle Klllllire. liesneelfnllv lii.
vl'j'H the li:it iDimtrn of Hiom. Iinvlnir hiivIi.i.i..
In llm limber, Jlulr-C'ullUtr or KU:tmiiiMiiiln
V. J. KEA,
The Cheapest and Best '
IK Till! CtTV.
l'OUUTH ANI) KDMON1) STHKKTS,
NT. J4ISK1MI, MO.
"Will pay tho holiest niarkrt price for
G OOD MTJMSS
AT THE PETER P0DVANT STABLES
l'OUUTH AND ANOKMQUK HTItlXTS.
GEO. W. BELL & CO.,
BELL'S PATENT WEATHER STRIP.
Kiiiiruiitceil a sure protection mmlmit
finis. Ruin nml Dust, It will save tea times
us costs in run ami carpets in a nusm sciimiii.
lieslrtcs tlin iinnoyanee. from ilut. Territory
for sale, Arciiim niin hamlln It with less money
nml iniiKo lanjer profits Hum any oilier palem.
In llie market. Apply In in-mua or liy teller to
ritANCIS I1KT. 5IAIV&KICCOND STIll'.KTH,
NT, JINEI, MO,
Oh, What ACourjhl.
Will you heed the warnlnij. Tho sig
nal pcrluips of tlio siiro aiiproach of that
mom tevrlblo disnaho Consumption.
Ask yourselves if you can afford for tho
sake of saving 60 cts., to run tho risk
and do nothing for it. Wo know from
experineo that sihiloh's Cnro will Curo
Caugh. It never falls. This oNphdns
vhy Inoro than a. Million llottlcs M'ero
sold the past year. It loliovos Croup,
and Whooping Cough, ntjonco. iMolhora
do not lm witliontlt. For Lamo Hack,
Sido, or Chest, uso SIillolCs Poroua
Plasstor. Sold by. T. S. Hlndo, Oregon
n r.y. a.
And ail iiuublei
FLluIcncy, Liter end
he Back end Limbs,
Ii Ii th tci
teed by ell
thi World. (5urn-
Djutliu to rive rer.
Miction cr uwy
Try It. ur VltI.
Tonic Bitters, the
petUer In the World. Cllforihem,
D. R, V. G. Mfg. Co., Prop',
811 Wa,hlnfloo 81
New Yotk Depot,
Brown's Venetable Liver phi
Are asuro cure for Liver Complaint
Constipation and Ulliotisness, F,"r salo
'v . nil fW. ur . .
L7 '" V..
mJ m- a,. .. . i nut
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