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ILOTjT county sentinel.
IMIIDAY, .Al'UIli 21, 18G8 ituxi.n ir. I've wnii1t-rcil through the. Tillage, Tom, Along vtltli Aiiuu Lie, 'I'ii ll-titi In tlieiimeUng bird, In tin- rnttngp 1y till' i'il. lii'iil'nlmv nun- rim'tlii' hint, Wlillr coining lliriwgli the rjc l.i t mi' kl him for )n iiiollur, Mn) t lliv iilU-r to the 11 '1 In' ruloriil girl and poor hM Nui Now mm II nnr national song, IM nirrrllui' lhl luim! of mini Hut lake your llnif Jll" Long. I'm lonely im-u my mother illnl Mi'iintm ilon't im I'ryi We're nil ninlillnn ttirtiugh tin-world, 'I Inn root hog nr illi'. Ilurkl I hcui'iin aiiRi'I sing. All! daddy, he's atrtich. He We'll' ruining, fntlier Abraham, Along With Alinn l.lslr. Tlie song lv mother lisc In alng, The wearing of Hie gieeti The girl I left behind Ine, i To-iliiy I'HI M I'll vKtl'Vtl The iilceyniing man nnl f.ilry llcllc Are m lnglng In Hie him The captnln with til hlki r Una ninrr.vliigiin Hie lirnln. We'll rally miuul the ling, bo) .a, r'or.lolinny stole the ham Vnnkee liomlle, Ilnll Columbia I Ur unv utlnr mini A WAX IM.AIxVlVlXClAI. TACTS roit ri.iix iuhu'i.c. 1IY A. Mi SWAN. NUMni.il III. (J. ''Mr. S. I linvebecii hunting up that law you liiuiitluiicil the other day. I enn 11 1 nl no record of nny hill pnfisod on the S.'ith of February, 18G2, except the law which authorized the Issuing of those bonds about which wo have been talk h jr." S. "1 referred to that act. There- is whero I make what I conceive to bo an incontrovertible point. "When the Gov ernment passed the act authorizing the issuance of these bonds, in the same net it incorporated a section providing that a certain per cent, of the gold coining Into the Treasury should be set a part for their redemption." C. "I still cannot understand why Congress should give the bondholders privileges not given to any other clas of citizens. 1 have nhvays been opposed to class legislation." S. "There was no class legislation in the matter. Every man in the nation or outside, for that matter could avail himself of all the privileges of the act." C. "What was tho general under standing at the time tho bond bill was ponding I incan tho members of Con gross themselves ?" S. "Mr. Spatildlng, of Now York, was tho author of the bill, ami in a letter re ccntly published, he said : 'I ccrtainlv never supposed that tho Government would ever propose to pay ihcso bonds in anything but gold.' And to sustain tills position ho calls attention to the fact that ever since the foundation of the Government all issues of bonds have been deemed payable in gold, and actu ally so paid, except tho 7 80's, which were issued to bo paid lit greenbacks, the act providing for their creation so stating, and tho bonds upon their faco so declaring." C. "I don't doubt but what you Rad icals will so claim now, but what I want to know Is what authoritative express ion of opinion was made at tho llino by Congress." S. "Section 0 of tho bill creating the bonds that I have quoted to you, was itself an authoritative expression ol opinion, but It was not tho only one, Once during tho war and soon after tho passage oi mat act, the chairman oi mo llouso committee of AVays and .Means jiroposcd that thereafter not only the lu-incil.iu iiiuimUie.tu. "" "' !. .t..i i..., , i. - 1 ...n..r,. ,.e i. I til debt Should bo paid in legal tender currency. There was at once great ex-lis citeiiicnt in llnancial circles over tho above suggestion of such a scheme, and n n fJovcrninent bonds felUcvcral per cent. lli tho market in consequence. Tho prop- osltlon was at onco nnd by a largo ma- jorlty voted down, thus giving conclu sive proof that Congress did not antici pate tho payment of either principlo or interest in currency. C. "Rut wlint was said on tho subject while tho bill was under discussion V S. "The chairman of tho commlttoo on AVnvs mid Menus dlstlnrllv nnd mrmhnt- toniu. 0n(,.,i wi.ii ti.n l.tii .n ,i,.,in,. V. ' . , ,. " :7 ; oiscussion ami wnuo n wns aim open.to amendment, Hint tlio bonds wero paya- lilo ni'lncliinl nnd IntniesUn Mid. vot no member of CougrcsB proposed to .o nmcna tno um ns to mnko them ,payiuio nmurrnsH lisnif ininrnntml tlin lnw nml win. n..t Inlm-nrniation tho whole conn, ...... : , ' , - , . .. try has rested satisflcd until recently." T. rtf 7. .... . .. a iY t . i ? ri;2 1 great African traveler 1ms been assured beyond a shade or dottb A otter was r,MTi!!ISn?iVSh1-0?i51li.1VYit: ton bv 1 lin. in which ho states that l o la In good health, and will soon return to England. Ho has been successful in his nvnlnrntlnns cxn orations. ThlB HOWS SOts At VCBt tho COllll ctlllg Ktorlfs that have airltatod tho imblio stones inai iiavo iibiiiuou um puuuo mind for months, over tho reported niuiuui 01 uiu uuuui. TjAf.'E may bo restored to Its orlirinal whitness by ilrst ironing it slightly, then folding it and sowing it into a clean tin on haS, which U plaeo.l for twcnty.four . 1 1 . Z. 1 11. llOUI'S 111 pillO OHVO Ull, Aliurwiiril IIIO Cg'lVbXl in solution of yoap water lor twenty miliuies, tnon won rinsod in itiKo-warm water, and imany dinnotl into water contnlnln'' a sllfht proportion of starch. Tlio laco is thon to dry. TIIINf.N WOIITII Kxonixu. A SUIIK ItKMHDY KOIl A FELON. Take a pint of common soft soap, and stir in air-slnked llino till it is of tho consistency of glazier's putty, ilako a leather thfmble, till it with this compo sition and insort tho flnircr therein, and a cure Is certain. To HoAST A IjKO OK liAMIt. Lot it roast gradually and commenco a distance from tin: lire; a leg of live pounds will take an hour and a quarter; one of six pounds will take an hour and a half. To Stop IJi.KKDiNO. Tho best thlnir to stop tho bleeding ofn moderate eut InMantlv, Is to cover It nrofuselv with cobwebs, and llour or salt, about half and half. ( Foil Sroi'i'iNti Lhaks in Hoofh. Take four pounds resin, oun pint linseed oil, and one oiiuco red lead; simmer to gether, mid apply while hot. A good wagon jack mav bo made of board two or three feet long, l'lacc tho board in front of the wheel, one end on the ground mid the other just under one ol tlio spoKcs, close up to tlio lciioc; then take hold of the snoko on tho oppo site side of the wheel, und lift It, at the same time placiuir the second lioard un der tho axle. In this way a loaded wa gon may be lifted with ease. One of tho most prominent orchard- ists tells us that in olio of his orchards where the sheep ran during the season tlicaiiiilo crop was almost entirely utt- all'ected by tho coddling moss. Next year his entire orchard will bo pastured with sheep. This is an item worth re membering. Apply the albumen, or whito of an egg to tho saddle and irlvo It plenty of elbow crease with the aid of a plcco of llanucl. tho same application to a now samiic, two or tnreo times repeated, win pro duce that rich brown so much desired. Twelve quarts of 'boot in n hogshead of water will make a powerful liquid manure, which will improve the growth of flowers. Harden vegetables, or root crops. In either a liquid or solid state it maucs nn excellent top dressing 101 grass and other cereal crops. gun will not nood cleaning for five years if the muzzlu Is tightly corked, and a piece of rubber kept upon tho tube under the hammer, when standing idle It has frcoucntlv been claimed by Kngllshlwrltcrs, that thorough funning is a sure ucstrover oi insects, wncniuo arcraso production of wheat in Knjr- land was only two and a half quarters per aero, it is said that tho ravages of the insects wero far moro general nnd destructive than they have been since the average has risen to four and a half quarters per acre. Lamp's IIkad STewi:. Take out the brains, and make a farce of them; boll it and when cold cut it into pieces; then mince some lamb and beef suet to gether with tho brains; add some grated oread, season with salt, popper, and sweet herbs minced small; add four or tivo eggs. Fill tho lamb's head with these: then put it in n stew pan, and let It stew with sonic good stock; make the remainder oi tho mincemeat into uaus, and serve with stewed head. To Cum: Sonn Throat. Take the whites of two eggs and beat them with two spoonfuls of whito suirar: urate in n little nutmeg, nnd thou add a pint of lUKcwarm water, stir won ami uriiiK often. Repeat tho prescription if ncces- sary, and it will cure the most obstinate case of hoarseness in a short time. To RKMOVK FltECKI.EH. Cosmotics .i r ... ii.!.. A .. ,in. I hum nn mis iiu iiunu uiu wiiun uuiiui- (His. Tlio nest piau is to mai;n a lotion of a teacup of sour milk nnd a small quantity of scraped horseradish; let this stand from six to twclvo hours, then use It to wash the parts alleclcd, twice or thrico a day. iloi.A.ssii.s Candy. Take two quarts of West India molasses, ono pound of brown sugar, the julco ol two largo leni- nns or a stronir cssenco oi lemon, -'mix iwfnllmii fl.A innlncf ne nml cttirni 4n1ltuf to so -m-cst In(lia classes, which hs pinch tho best. Roil to the consisten- cy required. - 11 AT.r.v.Ono of the best Having ,.,,, tiln wnstnrn fnvmnr run nrndiicn tho barloy crop, when It succeeds. Wo may Bay when it succeeds, for there aro eouiingoncics connected witn its lirim'tli I'iiiniiinif titnl li n ivtci i me ilini Jn;ect its market prieo. that do tVc-t be long in so great a degree to most of tho small grains. Jiarlcy must glvo a lai vichl, it must bo thorough- ripened, and it must bo gathered and thrashed with out the bad cllects of unfavorable wcath ur, or it will invariably bo classed as number 'J, while that which is bright and fresh will bo readily taken by mal- tcrs at tho very highest figures. There aro three prominent kinds of barloy, viz: tno two-rowcd, tho lour-rowcd and the six-rowed. OtllOr kinds as thobcardlcSS Yaiictics, tho Chevalier barloy and the Italian barley, exist, but wo doubt if satisfactory results will bo obtained bv running after thorn. Tho old "stand by" remains tho two-rowed variety "V- toLfothor with n seueon neither too wet rotum. if tho preparation is such that a good return lroiii any crop can bo ex- pectcd. irroino l'ariiior, 1 , , , The Education ok Giuls Value of OitDEU.-Atlcnd as much to neatness ns you do to economy. Accustom girls novCr to BiilTor anything about them to bo unclean or In ulsonVer; lead thorn to i .ilu..i ,i . . J. "t n Tha iiotl I C con- tributos imto to Vicatnoss and coonomv U IIJUIOS moi o lo iiL'UUlliHa aim economy than kcoplng things in tho r proper .i... Ml,t.n,. .., i..t,ll.. '..; i. .1. mi. to .v on... . ..1 11 1 .. f' , ' . '" etui8 to vory Important consequences; fm-then,whon anvthlngis wanted , thero Iw nn ill llcnltv In 1 ndlnr? It: anil when It In i?Wlt If nrlll n 11 xiiml in lm I Place it was taken from. This oxact ordorforms tho most ossential part of I - ncnuie. iw iiuwiivn, u umu win nui got soiled or broken If It U put In its I . . . . lnAn nn onin no I . I. . a V.aa.. " n .1 VlOl;r jiuiuu 3 .uuu I. nao uun uouu. lungs in orucr, u iuku nuup mum I tiat of ffiviiiff to domestics a habit of cionii, goinrni 10 nn uiuno uuvuiiiukvi ib neatness and activity, by obliging them 'clean. Foiiolon, THE BENEVOLENT Homestead Association ! Inniifrurnte tl by (he Benevolent Clllirnn orNt. Lou In for BENEFIT OP THE POOR ! VA.T-.TJJ3 OF PRIZES t $125,000 00! G2,f)00 Certificates: l'rlco of Certificates, iyz oo. 112 Grand Prizes! Distribution July lal, m, at MERCANTILE LIBRARY HALL, SAINT LOUJS, MO. FIRST IMIIZE, Iloincstcnil ami 110 Acres. Located In the city limits of l.'arllnvllle, III. VAIAJKl) AT 15.25,000! KECOIVD PRIZE, Fine 1-2 Story llrick Residence. ltunU'tl Xo. um Christy Avenue, thirteen room, w lth nil niuilirn Improvements, VALUED AT $20,000. THIRD PRIZE, Eighty Acre Farm. Atljoluliig Olympic Itaec Course, every foot under ciiiiiwiunii, gnntiiiwt'iiiiigd, lVllCt'S, Stable, tc. VALUED AT $18,000. FOURTH PRIZE, Elegant Ttvo. Story Urick Residence; llnllt our voar otro. und one of the best ilnlihcd rcsiuent'i'i in tne ciiy. VAT.ITKD AT aiR.OOO FIFTH PRIZE, Homestead and Seven Acres. Located wllliln tlio city limits of Carllnvllle, 111 J nols, i.oinlarly known u the 'Green House l'ron em . rty VALUED AT $12,000. The Following Eight Prizes Consist of litrms trncts of Inml of from 10 to 100 neren, ami ono milium.' city lot, raiuca iu irom V.uu 10 oouw eiu'ii, VALUED AT .IcM.OOO. FOURTEENTH PRIZE, $1000 00 in ureeuuacKH. Fifteenth l'rlic. An clecuiit Itlncr net of Uluc nnd Uulilen ( lilim, value lurvo nunureu uoiiuro, Krnm tlio will known lioiwe of Miller A Ilro, Fourth Htreet, between Wuslilnitton Avenue nnd St. Clinrlea ittrect, where thu bet limy ho eecn. l'rlco, K300. Fol- loweu uy Farty-Ncven full ninncr NetH ofOold llaud i iiinn, Titinu um nunureu uui Iar eneli, vuluo tfi,7UO. TtienenmcfiO fllll Chamber fiets in i.tfin. inli of elegant furniture, vulue tlOOeach, from the house ol'W. II. & K. E. Hliuler, Fourth ttrcvi, between uiivvn.m uiui.1, n 11.1 v inu bvis limy uegecu. VALUE, FIVE THOUSAND DOL liAHS. 10,000 Dollars for tho Poor, Which will bo received In weekly InatullmenU, Mid Ultliurted by the following Committee on accents uiluuiauurBviueiiia iu mu jiuuri 1 IIOK. JAMES 8. TIIUMAS, CAPT. 11. W. IlllOLAStl IIaiiton Anut, Ksy,, Ciias. W. Iuwin. Esi, Hon. Wilbon l'muu, Cah. J. i C'olcoudI Col, Uautik Collins, MANNEBOFDBAW1NC 8,urS-" "Crosby Opera iious8m ,n,i ..smith Ml ulu Knrm" DrawlnKS. heing conducted uy and in tireiy umtcr thu control or the ticket bolder. Monev muy hn sent with order for efrtiSV.,..., 1.1 Monev muy Ufl aeniwun onler ror rvriirtn.,liir Pontonico money order, draft, or bj - iinrVss fift tho rUkot tho Association. ' "press. in rm Pescriptive circulars, Certificates, club lids - - --i uenCTOieBl, UOBiesieaa ASSOClatlflH ijjvmuvnu Jiutimny, au .jju ujo, mu. Abstracts of title and ccrtlflcatrs of theAisessor IJf.P.nUKR.Mnnacer.No.SlOlMniAtreet minium. iiuuuhiv, i, muu,i, Agent wanted in every town aid city ' imss-smj W. H. WILLIAMS & COMPANY, DEALERS IN Stoves, -Castings, AN L V ACTUltUHS OF Tin. Copper, and FOREST K KKP constantly on hand a complete assortment of Cooking. Heating, and Par lor. Stoves of the latest patterns : also a full lino of Shelf Hardware, Table and l'ockct Cutlery, Cooking Utensils, etc. retail at tho lowest cash rates, can ami W. As .T. W. SCOOlf, DEALERS M Dry Goods. Groceries, &c. Forest City, Mo. NOltTlMVESTEKN INSURANCE ST . JOSEPH, MO. INSURES AGAINST ALL LOSS OR DAMAGE Y Fire and L i g- h tn i n g. Authorized Capital, OFFICERS. DR. J. T. BEItGHOFF. President; C. IIARTZELL, Vleu rresldcnt; Directors nml Ilcfcrenccs. Dr. J. T. Bcrglioff, St. Joseph, Missouri; C. II. Footc, St. Joseph, Missouri; J. W. Steele, St. Joseph, Missouri; J. II. Long, Secretary llomo Insurance Company, Fayette, Iowa; C. Iln.rt7.cll. St. Joseph, Missouri; C. L. Currier, Secretary American u rancis itodinan, &ecreiary oi state, deiierson uiiy, Jisouri; A. M. Saxton, State National Hank, St. Joseph, Missouri; II. F. Hush & Co., Grocers, St. Joseph, Missouri; Woolworth & Colt, Stationers, St. Joseph, Missouri; E. J. Carter, Commission Merchant, St. Josopn, Missouri; E. T. Evnns, St. Joseph, Missouri. jy28-3m (STGood Somcitikci A ci k nts Vantiui.iU S. M. KULEY, rJ?riivoTiiisr Apont. CH. W. BOWMAN, Looal Agent. liilO D. A. CONSTABLE, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Iron, Steel, and ALSO AatICUIrURAI. IMPLEMENTS, BMITli'N Its AltlllAI., UUXft'IXXINfi VOODS, Etc. Fourth Street, 1148 ly Western Depot of Music. P. Xi. HUYETT tt BON, Wholesale and Rotall DealersjSi CMCKEltlJYQ PMJYOS, QJ2JS, MEL ODEOJSTS, G UL TARS, FIOLltog, AC- cordeojOs, Publishers of Sheet UusiouT MUSIC BOOKS, STRLftGS, S,-C. THK WKSTKItN TKMPLK OF MtA'Cis tho only wbolt'tslo Miulo IIouho In tli city, uwl the largrat in um wi'si oun u iiiiuuio iniic-AiHvsia 10 iiucn era, CIcrKymcn, and Sabbath Sclioolw.tlmt no oth. cruuiuv uuii. V. Ii. HTJYET, XSON, No. 0, Fourth St., ST. J(f II, MO. tocf23 IlllOlyl iNtfit JpORTHK Best and Cheapest;!- CJtr.T. JiT TiKMITI nr a iTrciiurTmirir nm aw FOREST CITri ;MO. B3-A full mpply lwyi on hand. till76ml FAIBBANK'8 Standard SOAXES of all. KINDS. FAIRBANKS GREEN .KAF&CO, SMI and Sts Laku Street, t'lIIOAUO, SOU Market Street, ST. LOUIS. He carerul to uuy only tne genuine. liny -iyj and Hardware, Sheet Iron Ware. CIXY, Mo. etc., which they oll'ornt wholesale and see. iiorogj COMPANY - - - - $200,000! C. II. FOOTE, Secretary: E. T. EVANS, Treasurer; Insurance Company, Frecport, Illinois Heavy Hardware. WAUON MAKESl'S AM) I1I.ACK- SAINT JOSEPH, MO. Wheeler & Wilson SEJFIJYG MACHINE. AWARDED THE HIGHEST I'REMIUM AT THE iuvtiiiu uu.i ur 'iiir; 01. i.iiuim AUItl- UUI.1UUA1, AMI .HI.1.11AM. OAL i'Allt, 1SUU. THE WORLD'S JTA.ITX, LONDON. AT THE FRENCH EXPOSITION PARIS. Every Machine Warranted Three Years. The yearly tales of the Wheeler A Wilson aro equal to, the aalea of all other Sewing Machines combined. From tho Bclcntlffo American. We use the Wheeler & Wilson, und pronounce It without A rlral, A SUMNER, A 1 1118 ly iW NorUl Fmh"' 8X1 h0Vl9 M0 CATHARTIC PILXS OPBRATR by their powerful tnflucneo on the Internal rlaccra to purify the Mood and itlmn late It into healthy action. They rcmoro the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, and, by restoring their Irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, such derangements an are tho first causes of disease. An extensive trial of their virtues, by Professors, Physicians, and Patients, has shown cures of dan gerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persona of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificates are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named aro pleased to furnish frco to all inquiring. Annexed we give Direction for their use In the complaints which they havo been found to cure. Fon CosTiVENF.ss. Take ono or (wo Pills, or such quantity as to gently more the bowels. Cos tiveness is frequently tne aggravating causo of Pilks, and the cure of one complaint is the euro of both. No person can fed well while under a costive habit of body. Hence it should be, as it can be, promptly relieved. For DvnrnrstA, which is sometimes the cause of Cotlirenett, and always uncomfortable, take mild doses from ono to four to stimulate the stomach and liver into healthy action. They will do it, and the heartburn, lorfyhun), and toulbum of dyspepsia will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, don't forget what cured you. For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid Inaction oftht Boxreh, which produces general depression of the spirits and bid health, take from four to eight Pills at first, and smaller doses afterwards, until activity and strength is restored to the system. Fon Nervousness, Sick IIkadache, Nausea, Pain 111 the Stomach, Hack, or Side, tako from four to eight pills on going to bed. If tner do not oper ate sufficiently, take moro the next day until they do. These complaints will bo swept out from the system. Don't wear these and thHr kindred dis orders because your stomach is foul. For. ScnirULA, EuvairELAS, and all Diteatet of the Skin, take the Pills freely and frequently, to keep tho bowels open. Tho eruptions will gener ally soon begin to diminish and disappear. Many dreadful ulcers nnd sores havo been healed up by the purging nnd purifying effect of these Pills, and tnmo diigustlng diseases which seemed to saturate the whole system havo completely yielded to their influence, leaving the sufferer in perfect health. Patients! your duty to society forbids that you should parndo yourself around tho world covered with pimples, blotches, ulcers, sores, and all or any of 'tho unclcim diseases of the skin, because your system wants cleansing. To Puntrv the Blood, they aro tho best medi cine ever discovered. They should bo taken freely and frequently, and tho impurities which sow tho seeds of incurablo diseases will be swept out of tho system like chair before the ind. Ily this property tney do as much good in preventing sickness as by tho rctnarkablo cures which they are making every where. I.ivnn CosirLAiNT, Jaundice, and all Mtimii Affections nriso from somo derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the Liver. Torpidity and congtoftlon vitiate the bile and render it unlit for digestion. This is disastrous to tho health, and the constitution is frequently under mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the symp tom. Obstruction of the duct which empties the bilo into tho stomach causes the bile to overflow into the blood. This produces Jaundice, with a lonrc dangerous train of evils. Costivcncss, or alternately costivcncss and dlarrhcca, prevails. Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, weariness, restlessness, nnd melancholy, with sometimes in ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness; sometimes there Is severe pain in the side ; the skin and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow the stomach acid; the bowels sore to the touch; the whole systc.n irritable, with a tendency to fever, which may turn to bilious fever, bilious colic, billons dlarrhecn, dysentery, &c. A medium doso of three or four Pills taken nt night, followed by two or three In the morning, and repeated a few day s, will remm i the cause of nil these troubles. It is wicked to sullcr luch pains when you can cure them for 23 cents. KHKUMATI8M, Oot'T. and all Inflammatory Ff vers arc rapidly cured by tho purifying cflcets of tlicno Pills upon the blood and the stimulus whlrh thev allord to tho vital principle of Life. For these Miit ull kindred complaints they should be taken in mild doses, to move thebowcls gently, but freely. As n DlNXnu Pill, this is both 'agreeable and iseful. No Pill can bo mado more pleasant to tiiko, s.nd certainly none has been mado mure cllectnul to '.lie purpose for which a dinner pill is cmpluicd. pitKPAitnn iiv nit. J. C. A YE It CO., Praotioal and Analytical Chemists, LOWELL. MASS., DOCTOR WHITTIER ASF.ntJLAR ORAUUATP Of HEMCINC. AS DIPLOMA fttullice will .hnw.hk U-oti loiiffcr cut nurd In lha Ire.t. meat nr Venoroal.Qozual nutl irrivalo Diseases than .ur uiurr I'ltj.iciBU iuj.1. i.uiii., Qnl.llf. V. . . - n, . m.1.1.. A Lf.f. wjr,tu.,.., uutivi.uiu, umi uMic,uivrcuili.i Hernia ana Hupturci all Urinary Diseases ana Byphllltlo or Mercurial Affection, of the Throat, 0111 pr jjoncB ro irc.mi nun iriuruiiciri ,ucc... Spermatorrhea, S:uat DcUlttv and Impotent I tho rc.ult ol ki'H .buao Id Tmith. ..su.l e.o..c. m.tiircrycar.. r oilier cm., til nbleh produuo .oiutof tit. r .Uowli.; eirccla, 11. nooturnnl omissions, blotches, debility. dl::Iacis. dimness of sight, confuatonor men., evil lorcusumss, aversion 10 aocioiy or fe males, lots of memory anil sexual power, "nd rea derlnrf marrlago Improper, nro pcriu.nfntl rural. Hit. Doctors oi'l'ortmilllc. In lioMl'ltuI sml iriv.ldprao. Ilea are UD.ura..cl Iu HI. Lttul. or sujr oilier ellr lljch Qleiul HI. I ouU papirs rroir I'ml lo IiiiImii,1wc.ic4 liter, lonccrlir Jtur.tliaii any other no felvcrtU'iiff. Tlitteitah. Il.tinicot. lltr try, laboratory aut errolaluirnta are uui. Tailed to th V'cit, uti.urlmldcd nnruLero. A,,', with e. r-crleoco e.a lo relied Uou. and lha Iiuctor can rclcr la oianj phy.lclan. aroiisht ut Ilia country, In la.Uuoceis sod jircieot jo1tluu ha .laud, without a competitor, Tf.c irrliifieort rhyslrinmrhoMrepu tutlan in Uulon-wttlo uliovltt lif worth miillnrr. Tloetor XThlttlor ruhll.hr. a MEDICAL FA&f l?lXLi.T relalluj to venereal d.p.i.e. und Ibv dl.u.trous and lartod cou.ciiirnAo. or l"ll u'jUMi.lhal will to .rut lo any addre.i In a icalcl enrclopo r.ir two alaiopa. Ileoatalna luU .ymrtoin Hit. that will enable Ihe.e allectod la deter Dilno th. nature or llielr romplHint and clve a written .tele, mentor thrir ca.r that will answer alaio.1 aa well for the purnoaooftrcatiuontaiapcniotiel Interview but wbcreltli oonrcnlent. tba dLtor ibould be cnuaultod peraooally. Thoaa hat Ins Trlonda that may reoolre adilce.eaa auprly th.in with thla valuabla work by aei.dlua their adJr.... wlib Ialainn. Thua you can aiaiil tlio unforlunalt wilboul their kuQMlna: their lnchet'r. Lerlaluly tia auhjoct la of mora Imporlanro than iurlly olbloml and pcrrect monhrod. It la aeircilileul ll.rt a nlir.lei.in .I.e. nuifln. HmuIi oielu.iixly 10 Iho ktudy ofa c.rtaln cla. or dlaeaiea and treat! thousand, oreaieaticry ytar. tnuil aooulrecreatar sslllln thatapfteliilly Umu onalii i.neral practice, lfanr phyilulaiia, rccoi;nlilng Ibl. r.ct, Inlrnduea pallcutito tba doctor after roadlna hi. uiodleal pamphlet. Couiinuolcallnna eonOdeuilal. n A Irla-idly talk wllleoit you oalhine. onto, otolral, yil r7llre.l-So. II HI. Charlca alrrol, St. LouU Ua. Uour..la,H. taTr. m. Buadaya eieepled. a P AINTS for FAKMKItS and others. Tito Graf- ton ll.neral l'ulnt Comiuny, aro now mnnii ritcturlng the llest, Chenpest anil most Diiruhlo Piilnt In usei two rnnta well put on, mixed with pure Llnseeil Oil, will Inst ten or lllteen years 1 It Is or 11 light brown or beautiful ohoeolnto color, nnd can bo clmiigiil to green, lead, stone, tlrab, olive, or cream, to suit thu tuste of tho consumer. It Is vol nublo for Houses, Ilitrns, Fences. Carriage, nml Cnr-iniikers, l'alls tnid Wood-waro, AKrlculliirnl Iniilenu'iits, Canal Iloats, Vessels and Ships' Hot turns, t'nnvas, Metal and Shingle Hoofs, (It bclue Flru and Water proof,) KloorOllCloths, (one man' ul'acturfi' having used 3,000 liurrcls thu past year,) und as a pnlnt for any purpose. Is unsurpasseil for body, durability, elasticity, and adhesiveness. Price 88 per barrel of 300 pounds, which will sup ply farmer for yenrs to come. Warranted In all eases us above. Bend for 11 circular which elves full particulars, None penulno unless branded In a trado mark Grafton Mineral l'alnt. Address JIOU1INK & UKItKfcN, 20-nm MS N. U street, St. Louis, Mo. FINAI. SETTI-KJirNT. CrtKPITOIl8 and nil others intwested in the estate of.r. II. Itlovius, deceased, fate of Holt county, are hereby cotlllcil that on tho llrst day of the next May term of the Holt county Cnurt, I thall mako llnal settlement of snld estate. EUSIIAMINTON, Administrator, urea"", mu., iaiino, lOUfJ. riVll. ilV"TpWBVaww.wnr CHKDITOIIS und all otlii rXtterested In the estato of Sluiy l(Uk, deccused, Bte of Holt county, aro hereby notllU'd that on the llrlday of the next May lerindf tho Holt county coiirtWl shall mako llnal set-, tlemtCft of said estate .' .ION AS I.KIIMKH Ailm'r it bonil nun, I Oregon, Mo., April .1, I8(W. (.KUwj