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Osago Valley Banner.
TCuTBday, Jiily 8, I3S0
LOCAL AX J) PERSONAL
Tit rafters ere Joyous. ,
Vine rains tbo flnt of tlie wek.
The Osaso river li now booming,
Reed's Qilt Jtd;0Tonlc prevents mslsria.
Lively tlm la town on Saturday last,
Several drunki and sovore, trreiti E al
ii r Jay liut.
Reed's Cll KJge Tonic curoa Fever &
Wilson ini Kemp Yenghn end George
Barron gave ui a ploanant call last Monday,
Jimni Ponton, of Jra Honry, report!
from bil section bis district turns out 002
W. N. Livingston cajlod tait Mon
day Mid report B12 Klch woods district num.
liors over J.3O0.
LaM Saturday Mr. Klngry of Jim Henry
led wfjeat sla'k burned, suppesed to bavo
born (truck by lisbtnlncc.
Mrs. Uteri Edgcman's litllo daughter
met with e serious accident, by foiling Iwu
horse end fcrenklng en arm.
- - J.hney Well; with his rltfit band bower
Hugh Vaiicbn have layed-by their large
crop of corn Johccy is a No- 1 farmer.
Dr. J. M. Ulroon of GIsm Township
railed and reports that his Diitricl numbers
over l.UO population and every thing lovely.
The steamer Sport came to our wharf
latt Tuesday wltU bavy load ol goods and
groceries for Louis Iciom end othor mor
chanU. Mrs. Froforsir Lumpkins gave our
town a pleasant vi'lt last week. In company
with the Professor, to visit M m Jaaulo 1 jw.
ler stopping at Dr. Bradlylord's.
Tbo population ol Jefferson City, as It
Will bo relumed by tbe census enumerators,
will be 0,'HO, Including tbo prisoners confln.
ed In the tx-nilon'.lary, end deducting tbese
it will be 5,000 Cor. 8t. Louis Tiuioi.
Much valuable Un Is waited In experi
menting with uncertain remedied; whereac,
bottle of Dr. Bull's Ikby Syrup would at
once cure be troublotoine Culio or Diarrhi a
afflicting tbo Baby.
Re, rhtllps, Vill04 Elder and Kv.
Brldis ol tbls cirouit M. K. Chinch, held
quarterly meeting at the Court lioutn last
Saturday and Sunday; tbo congregation was
large and rery attentive. Key. Fbilips dnliv
red some, able and practical sermons. Every
body was well please,.
Tae Board ol Alderman mot last Monday
evening and resolved that tho town Attorney
procure the names of ail parlies that wore
engaged In a general rnw on Water Street
and oihar placet In Tucttm,bla last Saturday
right, and prosecute the a tmo lor violation
Ol ordinances. Such conduct was a shame
and disgrace to any (immunity a,cd the good
people are determined to persue io.cn to tbe
better end of tbe law.
Mr. Jackson sd son, of Ulmons Ridge
called oa ut last Tuesday, after a visit to
I-outelnne, Pike Co., whore bis friends and
rHItlvas tiieidej on blsjiurncy be met with
Col. Crltteudon and a nutubwa ol candidHtei,
all seemed to ba In the b wt of bopos. Mr.
Jackson is one ol the loading farmers in our
county and Is baying hi place well fitted) up
lor wool growing. Call ofton friend Jackson.
There Is nothing in the wn;M more beau
tiful then a Hue beallby baby. You cannot
dose your baby with opiates end have It
bealthjjbut youpan use Dr. Bull's Baby
ISvrup and still maintain the Baby's bealth.
Trice 35 cents a bottle.
La flette, uncalled for remaining la
tbe postoffloe at Tuacumbla, Mo., July litt
1980, and vhlch If not called, for within one
month will u 8,it to tbe Deed-letter ollico
at Washington, D. C:
Carr, Charily CbVnt, Wm.
sjhalfant, W. D. Chsllank, L. P.
Mootgotuerv, Citsloda Muno, Chester
tiinphrk.'. J ib.ii HolK leb. John
Parsons calling for any of tho above Will
iuae say tney re advertised.
D. MnsiuiL, 1'. SI.
Mr. Clsytos, Satoe Phillips and Capt.
Waildlj were on a higb white borse In Tu
cum hl test Tutfday. Tbry were very petrl.
Otio till late in tbe evenlne, shouting for
Hancock, they are among tho leaders of the
loft wing ol the radical and chief advis&s
of our nnluhbnr under Clio hill, Vindicator.
We look for good brother Toruson to dtop
irood brother Uarleld and shout tor Hancock
Reed's Gilt E Ige Twl reitores the ap
petite. II people are Insured in a goad reliable
Company and they burn out or get their
boutes destroyed by lightening or get blown
away by a cyclorje, they hav something re.
liable to fell beck, on or start In the world
e 2in,0'i their own book, and a so rellevd ol
tUe humility of circulating a Ubcrpil)a
paper smutij their tnends. Call on It. Ver
IsVjck and insure in a substantial company,
at rates tnort reasonably Uian u-uaily
Tbe last grape v'no telegram from
f prlng Qirden gives an account of a guuile
91 a n calling c,t Professor I. unit. kin's, being
represented as a clock peddler and repairer
by the time ttvB gentleman was dismounted
i-m his bon; Mrs. L. h) formed him In
language that could not be mistaken that
she bad so u.ie for clock peddlers and there
was 00. work i t tbe kind there to doV-by the
lime the gen'Jeiuan wdu ttii Ingsem to the
House, he drew forth a photo ot himself and
prenentol It to tbe good )-H; who tbtu
rncojiii-d the preteniled dock peddler, to
b a near rola'ive the render my uudvi
sutnd what a o'lannu look place iu tbo web
c,ou,i,ir(j ut tbe click ('Jdlur,
Our neighbor tinder the bill seems to
be terribly concerned about our religion and
drinking. II be Is as sure of Iloeven and ss
temprrate as we are, lis may consider blin-
Lonls L"sem wsnts everybody, Farmers,
Tradesman, Tie makers and all to know that
be has everything the mind can concoive of
ca'l and see Luiis.
Frank G. Fulkerson gsvo Tuscumbla a
visit last week of throe tUvr, then rt'turued
to bis place of business at Bridgeport where
be is engaged In a lucrative soUry, lie Will
be with us again beforo the election.
-Edward L. Clark of Anolarko, I. T.
and brother of our neighbor Joel B., In com
pany WiMi Mrs. Klira Clark, Miss Large and
Mies Clark nave us a pleanant call yesterday,
and muih news Irom the Indian Territory;
we mentioned a fow woeks ago of Edward
going to Washington at interpreter for a
number of chiefs; they were much ptoased
with their trip and are bow on their way
back. Edward is Stopping a fow days In
Millor with his parents, relatives and friends:
on Saturday he goes Weal, may success at-
tend you Edward.
Mr.n. M. Bullivan, Mftlvln "WyrkV and
Chat. Cox, last Saturday witnessed ono of
tbe styangect freaks In the ollmonts, In tbe
valley of liruehy Fork creek, that bas ever
been seen la Miller county. Just after a
heavy rain storm, they were on the bank ol
tbe swollen stream, locking up the valley,
they saw somethingiio a volume of black
bluish smoke coining down ther&lley, rolling
over and over till It reached near tbe middle
of a wheat Held ot C. S. Phillips; then it
seemed to stop and shoot np volumes of black
smoke ss though It was from the chimneys
oi a ttenm boat, fired with stone coal; alter
It all diinppoated in this way; It was found a
wheat sliock wj entirely burned.
The roartfc b! July ia Tascnmbla, So.
The patrlotlo people of Millor county, mot
at TuRruiiibIa lst Satqrdny In largo oum
bersj In the morning there were heavy rain
storms till l'i m., cloaring off, firing of canon
commenced and continued till night) at nine
o'clock, p. m. the fire works prepared by Ia
T. Johnson were brought out on the bluff
near tho rlauters uouse wbere tbe patriotic
Misses were assembled.
Rockets, fuzors, fire crackers, wore thrown
In all directions giving verloua and varied
colors, red, vjilla and blue lights, alter
which: Profosiori Fogleman, Cummlngs,
Bone, Freeman, OlarV, and others proposed a
balloon ascension, brought nut tlio arienial
animal In her huge form; aftor InOatlng her
bldo with the ouses, all hands ediou'.ed ''let
ber go;' no sooner said than djne. Up, up,
up, she vent till reaching near quarter of a
mile, then struck a gmtle brcei hearing In
a westerly direction; which moved madam
balloon Ur0u2h the air till she'appoared like
unto a large star an4 finally disappeared be
bind the wcwem boior;
The balloon ascension and fky-rnrkets
wore now sights to a largo portion of the
O'Hir.nnB and were enjoyable and etnitln.
After the balloon attention most ol the
cltizins repaired homeward for rest. Sims
touty-IWe or thirty icuaUicd in town, who
had infilled their hides with bust bead
wblskcy; commenced a general barrang and
kept it np till about 2 o'clock Sundsy morn
lng. Thero was no shooting nor cutting
doo in the crowd but ono rook thrown, we
understand that Clato Pnllllpt got In the way
of the rock and V'Vi bis ribs Jammed slightly
and Hugh Yaugbn being swift on foot kept
out of the way of an ecuis pistol that looked
quite ugly. Tims the 4 h of Jul passed off
anl all are now Iriende.
Mm b credit Is due Ira for getting up the
Cre-works, a thing many or tho young folks
never saw before, and causing quite a lively
trade among alt buainees lioutoj to Tuscum
bla on the occasion,
f J'r Ctb, 1SS0.
-iKJitor B INnrr: In conseq-ience of the
rain on bunday tbe Uttket mooting did not
coineoC. Roth.8pe&kersnd qaits a orowd
were present however.
During the past week there have beon
several deaths: Mr. Wm. Mace lo.it a child,
also Joseph Whitacber and Oeorgo Shepherd,
Elder BetJ. A, Cuticmati 4 the Second
Advent Cnurch was burrlid Hun day,
John Arnold, Esq., will, have bis steam
saw mill la operation soon. This will do
m uli towards sdvaacicg tho building inter
esu of Ibis, section.
Mrs. mj is said to DO the oldest person
in tin county, baring passed bor lOOih blrth;
dy. 8ho is as aotivo an I healthy and
likely to be ipixred to bor kindied and friccds
several years more.
M.n. K. Hedge bas returned fross f3t.
Lo'iis were she bas beon residing for U10 last
Pr. J II. Moore has ordered a large and
tins stock ol d.iy gnodr, boots and. shoef ;
which be will fipen this wook, and sell cheap
f jr cash or produce. Yours,. Xs,
Crt EjtciTtMBNr in TofctJMau. ow
amid tie disturbing elements and tbe nation
shaking and trembling from center to cir
cumference oyer politics end, -religion. Lpuis
Lesetn fcaviog attended U10 conventions
where ftusan li. Anthony and all tbe load
ing pulitia wmn were knocking at the
doors of the ytyaral conventions for sdmis
stouand having bi:aa nJi'CteJ, Louis conclud
ed at Ciocliinuli to take the whole delega
tion ol woran in,. bus purchased or Inollnn,
oallco, prinn and everytbli g to meet the
wants of the 1 idles Irom a cambric needle to
a crib or bed ail J. and has truly married and
is desirous of Introducing bis wile to every
Our friend R. Ver Bryck bas rented the
area and commodious Bouse of Louis Lesem,
where tbe Homo tlotol will be found In the
future. Kq. Ver Bry?k and bis excellent
lady know bow to serve the iastideousness of
their gueits Call and see the Eiq.
Tub Flaxtkrk nousa on Ferry street
Is prepared (0 accommodate In the best of
style; the House having Loan thoroughly
renovated from top to bottom. Ye hungry
and wenry call and bast on the best tbe
PenocraU Tarn Oat
en mass next Saturday at the Court II use
and bring all liberal minded Republicans and
Greenback men with you Grant and Blaine
men, all oyer the United States, are rallying
under llanoock Qsg come one, come all to
tbe Democratic mass meeting.
An unknown horeo was found doad in
tbe woods, one tail mile beyond Mr. John
Golden's, supposed to bye been (truck by
lightening; It bas white spot la forhead, and
bad small bell on when found.
1. 0. 0. T'l Pic-nlc.
List Tuesday Was a boautiful day; tbe
I. O. G. T's ef Tuscumbla bad prepared
Mint Spring abotit half mile West of our
town, by clearing and raking off the grounds
until tbe place was beautiful. At nine
o'clock In the morning tlio young folks with
their baskets of goodioa, repaired to tbe
spring; remained there all day amusing them
selves In singing, speaking and all kinds of
soclablenefiB and friendship. Thus the young
lolks of Tuscumbla passes (, pleasant 4th ol
Ccusus ol fUllcr County.
Saline township population CIO!
Faanklin " " ltl4
Jim Iianrv " Wt!
Ulaze " " to
Kieh Woods ' .
Equality and Glow . ids
. ....... iroi.'
I bsye letters from par'.iui In Illinois, Iowa
and Kansas, making various enquiries about
our county (Miller) for farmers and land
suitable lor cultivation of grain, fruit and
grasses, schools, &. Persons who have
lands and firms for sale will please leaye a
description of the same nt Baykrr office Iu
order that I may advertise a list of the same.
to rend deiorlptioa to each of coirerpondenis,
making Inquiry. Tbo eoit of adyrtiliii;
will cost nothing till a rale in effected then
only a reasonable too will be charged.
Reed's Giit Edge Tonic cur dye pepsia.
k sonttnuous How of ffs'.er does not WV or Dim
Sclf-Pglhihln; I.euthor PremirvalUe.
KO FAfaiLY SHOULD EX WITHOUT IT.
A!K VOtltl PFAt.FH FOR IT..
sUfNTS WANTTO to -!i1 "r PoiK-ulars ef
M.r Nr r.c,L. 1,UIM II ItlOiill'IKS Osf
TI'K lllltl.K, f..r 11. 1 1 itiuli.it i fut anil
CHEAPEST B13LES H;r;.'TtsAVi
I'X""' CASH IREfiSIUStlS
V fwiil frM 'jti m who arwl T Iftwit. on.'t'fllnx
H S Cortlandtetraet.NoivVorit.
YUIj 'ttlrr-a TlssT frCTLi 11a,
isJtutt (1 I .. . ruU.n. f h R r-G N T A PHOHI a 1
j h'tirMIntaal bud. in
Z Uf lKKsf tali iinwif-w Y.-rk H,r.iUi.
niun tt itl sxt ti 1
.'u..rtp. sVmftllr-Ia --Ci
rnodirvUn pot-Its-. 1't U.ih
ftauM sift for f iU:K J:lu:jit
A iv.n iiiti M-"ilarlAi fj,
Ul W 4t)iSt..Cicitrtsii.l.(
WATERS' hSSKu ORGANS
.mm, and W1IH01X the CHIME of BK1XS
srtmeniM KI llTIll 1,
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I niXTltAI.Mioii.i. ftr.Aua
anuluillutlun fifth lluiiina
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krlln.KMlirlri PiTlcrt llnr
mony m.'Atkrda, proditr
lliKMlirllfirS both MinKlrttI
NKW VKi'i It, HV.W
tllAI'll, anil lll.(Kl'
OIlUANMln ubIouk fri'iii a
rnmiiiiiiBi si -ir itv ..r
VOTCrVO wtih HK AT VOL II, II K Of ToyK
aliahlelarfAtlLUU. .UM( II vr All tiO
nnd waters A.Co.rlArtiUosguARt'
AMI iriilliH I'iaw 1W lltw ;l.llil ltli
I'ONK, 11H ( II, WOHHMANNIUl", MUJ
Il II AHM. ITV rsl ItHA-i-FII, ., WAIt.
Kanti:ihi YKAU.s,r. riti;.iii:i,v 1.0 tr
lor t'AMlI oi-lNNl VI.I. Ul.'Ml-l. Al IHtlU
Al, tlrtl Ol .S'rit'm, SfiaiV'i'i, DwrrlA
6vAou(,iuJyMK, Ail:N'l. W4N1MI; Hrni
fur llfnat rnl' (irniluii.n.KI t'OMI-II AM
lNHTm'.ltrT AT kUilAT AHiAINH.
llOlt( K .WATKltH, Munul.rlurfr
it uciUau, bJOit'WA.r.N.vj'.uajwi.aaou.
A PrSdTO wants o i" ik, n..i .h ri..
rUI.l I O filial lii..l flk. ..J :llm. ,.,
fll ,i;itiasiM(t. liAliuii4ll'bli,k'CeHSCLwiu.Al.
Prhy,Mfl ifoaailMoriililas hakltrarM.
I ffi " t r Orlctrii)ll-o 1
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A TE, lln ( Slh IS.
D. S. COOPER.
Plieelal attention paid to all kinds ol Corr-
lng, Old Faded Picture Reotorod, Enlarged
and worknd up In India Ink, Crayon Or Water
Colors. oms tz cents bairuoasn. rno
tograpba CfU f per doxxn; large s'z-s la
proportiou. Fram4 lor tale. (Un.0a)v
Feed and Sale
II jrsos boarded by tbe day or week, on
Good Feeding and Good Care of stock a
B, KHIKPATRICK, Proprietor.
J. L. HAKE
This being the only exclus've Boot and Shoe
oaiablisliinflot in the city tony can and do
sell goods at St. Louis figures. Oar
stock Is complete, In quitltly, sir.es
and prtcos. from the coarsest
to the finest, all styles,
and perfect fit guaranteed or no sale.
Hoots a n d Shoes,
of every dotcrlptlon, always on hand.
jSyOrdcrs promptly Ailed by the Tutcum
bit. ud California duliy back.
J. L. HAKB&CoZ
In Iroiit ol Court nottsn,
'X'O Xllli iVJlLICXiO.
To those afllcted with Chronic Sore Eyes I
offer a remedy that will CUKE them perma
nently. I will guar avtkc a CORK in every
case ol Granultted lulUruation of Chronic
Write and givo mo a description of your
case, and bow long stmding. I have certi
ficates from mnv that I have cured.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Bend or come to me without hesitation, and
tell your triends to come whether you nave
tbe money or not. I will cure vou.
Mt. Plsasant, SIo.
For references address either George
Johnston, Ham'l Johnston or Frank Hkonks
ML P!enant, Mo. oi20 4w.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Lfrcr Curs.
A vsa?oiAr)te iirrfxiraliuft antt ih osnl-r Mir
rmeMly in t(i wirl,l Inr HrikfbC's Iktttsmsasjs
m I t'KLtm.riiiUinoi lUeaiUhMl ot3l Iu uroof
Of Ihf fltnlsiUls'lltJt.
k'nr tli 'iire vf Wnhmt c&ll fur Wur
mr-r'm liiafe I)lutva tir.
crtur tho curt' of Kilil'l ftm, thi rthM
ditifs'4, cH tor Wsutiur' Auu Kita7
WARNER'S SAFE SITTERS.
ItUlUcravil tlH4 titrllirr.Hn(lhttniiilrUi
TtTT funi'ti'iit in rnor tifjUiMul nx-Uuit, fciiU
It Ihiit !nlH itt nil diM-tiAs'si.
U ru.ti Hrrakfsiltsa mid othrMltln Rifiy
tkotM ti ltd Dihs-hph, incluUini; -, li
aawaa. ninl nl lisr lanrrai
ly lfski, IV swk ftHM f Ihf A tlMINf ll.
4'uhiiivi,UaM. UiM)iHa, .-nrJ M4i
yU . ma cuiajt by th Ht( If klrr. li la
UUHt) Jt.wi ls.H AH MItp-'.iift'M- Isjii'l If (itair t(llt-,
iiiliUi4i twoHiirn : pricut, a-, iil fl..
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
(iirf l - hiiU NrwnsUsia, prvni-n
lltiloplll sV'alsa, Kit'l ritvvtm ra-
tsmiUfcu lirouj.fcl en jh's-viw Hnrm, ovui
vnr. iiiajiUU kiiork-s, untl tsttivr -im.
tnri' Nrv, tt tivrr- Itijurffl Itnf stjitcm,
H liiiliir t&kt-it In pnutij .r Uri( tit .
JiuHUn of twu uttwi ; yhcuH, . autl 9I.OO.
WARNER'3 SAFE PILLS
Kd n IT H'l imiurinnir ami sn,'w ii'ii"""
Ij Tors'l lWr i ii-l i-tivtf Cocttvtntu, li'ula. Mil-
twltt b. Di i-U Uctib-ei
U HsrileU w'tr) sshrf.
ancRiiar br, N. T.
0 toi1 lWM,klrl
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ff cir. r.f. M.nw' llli.lt.t.d
JM1 Mrt (! rM .. t,plKui,.
li una UkisaoY tw,
Bull awi, H,b sw atk,
k LMUfe ss.
CU123 TH0S3AOT3 TEASL7.
IT IS TK UADIRI IIBKDT f 01 All
THROAT & LUNG COMPLAINTS'
Bealth sac Strength fUew from its use..
v If yon hvrt WitK Lhim, sre Cw
emiTiva, liv. (Iinkum, Vrmiir, D-
)'f fvIA, or liMONCHITIN, UiO DM ot a SlllL'lo
Ituiilo will aotinty yuu that It mwu tii
iisiuuiily of yiiur riuHi and give a rviiff
1'iut i ui hp li t dum sMk other suurco.
nt Oiia sorus.
Tin miwt uVmIdhU Cooous atid Ooim.
liuuioiluilcly n imvcd
E t f, t fiM "in nut 'iraie
RE tS-'ifr'irV-nn ft """
H i ff .tfl.: .1 VJS
Or. J. Kramer's Cermsn Eve 8al a pesttiveura rt
ai T j-... weak and iMd eyin.
2 iux.uJ' (ur
ran! of mie eytw, aim uaji'unvly In to luiiiiuliuUi Iu It l!i'U. t'rice j
1 ct'uin a bus. Mmtild ynur ilru,'trit nut Imva II, on rnelpt ut Is umila
(or poeUv el&UH) i IhUi ;i)l u n l"x Ttit of ).jHtiM;,
TERMS OF COURT: -
CIRCUIT COUr.Ti Mets Kecotid Monday In h '
Ft bru:.ry aod Second Monday mreptember; pouc i
K. I KbwARDe, Judge. - " fcdit'.
COUNTY COURT: Meets First Monday la
Februarv, May, Auftmt ana Kovemoert c (
W.K. Wkioht, prMidin J'istle; Jonif tj O if
a Joira, 1st district, IIiramUikd, 'Jnd L.jj,
district, associate Justices. j ,.(.;
PB03ATS COURT i Msets peeondMon, I
day In Februarv, Mty. August and fiov low
enitwr. ,!. H. Toit. .lurlpp.
Attorney at Law,
rniSna nraaatil In tVio Pnort TTi.t1.1
rrobale business. Collections, PartttlouiDfS 1 J
Lands and Quieting Titles a Speoiality. r our '
Uave been Clerk of the County aud Circuit K V :
Courts for 12 years, am familiar with tb I
Knrorda, bsve the only AbSTKACT Or I
TITLES In the county.
Charges reasonable, r.
B.C. SWA LRU,
Attorney at Law, ji
tnfflta In til A ("nnr-t llou 1
Willtpractice his profession in Miller and a v !
adjoining counties. U , .
D&AiCQ A blLVKlt,
Attorneys at Lsw,
Will nractlce In the burreme Court, la the ,
lTnir-A Mi .in llimnit anil District (kiurta. and
In the Cole Circuit Court, and attond regular fjs.!
ly the Circuit Courts Ot Miller, Oinse, Uas ,.y
oonade, Mries and Callaway Counties. " J
. , , i 1,1 - r P .
UASllLTOiJ & FISH Sit.
Attorneys at Law,
JoQurson Citv Mo,
Pbysiciau and surgeon,
J. L. CONN Mi,
Pliysioian and Surgeon,
G EO. W. TBEMA1N, it.
Physician and 8urgeon, Oculist and Aurlal j.
P. O. Address, Tucumbia, Missouri.
Wm. fc. HELMS, M. 1).
Physician anil Surgeon.
Four miles Wost cj Mount Pleasant,
Respectltllly tenders his professional ef
Vices to tbe peoplo ot Miller county. Will
give especial attention to obstetrics and
diseases of woman and children.
Kotartf Public Jb Land Agent,
' Tuscumbla. Mo.
A. P. K1XDORF, M. D.,
Practicing Physician and Saroeoa,
Pleasant Farm, Missouri.
Physician. Burgeon and Accouehuerv
St. Ellzabctli, Mo.
O. W. BDELTOS.
Pbysioian, Accoucbuer and Oculist,
Rocky M iunt, Missouri.
Special attention given to diseases
Women a d Children.
lloal liiUt.e A cent.
Pleasant Mt.. Miller County, Mo
Will ha rnartv H.I nil timrii ihtkwr inltil trs
persons wishing to pbrcbaso lands. Correa.
pondenee solicited. tf. .
J. li. McGKS,
l'nyjlclan, surgeon and Accouebnor,
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it a Tnnpoiiisn Kitnv
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In fvery cae ol Malarial Ftiveror F'vcr and !
Ague, while for disorders of the S omanb, i r
Torpidity of the Liver, Indigestion and dis
turbanees ol the animal ferces, whica debtiu
tnte, It has no equivalent, and can have no,', i
substitute, 11 should not be oonfouodurl with ;
triturated compounds of Chocp spirits and '
eisentlal oils, olton sold under the name of
FOR BALK BY
Druggists, Grocers and Wins Merchants
Wine of Tar,
a rcsmvf cunt
For Conrbt, Colli!,
Il ls th best of TiSika,
' Ecstoics lie appetite,
reiaEfcsWcfi the Weak sad
At trial of It will proTe
dnifrlx fur Cro S
V.nt 1 Tsr.lake no "l ln-r
Fr a. I rtnififK
ANittle rnnUlM lSSIm- imica a auy
fi6uitirpp.uai yjii, IT,C U H f.$.
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