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THE
PPUNTY PAPER,
nv
JJAVKNPORT A nonvNH.
OltRUON. MO.
Entered at the rnstofflcc Ht Oregon, lo us
seCond-cISM natltr.
Terms ef Snbscrlptlon:
.TWO DOLIiiKS A TEAR IX ADVAXl'K.
Advertising Rntos,
vhlrh r very reasonable, when tin Imcn clr
culstltmnf TitECot'NTV IWricn Ii considered,
will l md lenoun uu njijilicJtiou u the lul-
Mosey may bo sent nt ur risk Wy resumes
order, draft or registered lettrr.
Correspondent) and new air alwnjs desired,
but letters mint l brief and must hate thn
aeiidtue mmio of tkc author. Mid fur publication
kul a a guaranty nt cud faith.
Communications In Ilia Interest uf 'candidates
,11111 In earned tor nt the rat or threw cents
icrword, cash In adiancc.
Obituary po.try will lie charged for nt tin
tt of ten cenls per Hue and thg fe'mli nn.st
.company Mm manuscript.
Kejected manuscript will not lie relumed,
Letters for publication nhnnld renili lit by
Tuesday nson to Insuru Insertion Lu that week's
paptr.
All leltsw should be nddree U
THE COUNTY l'AI'RR.
UUKUON, 111).
nuDAY, FEimuAnruc. mm.
Tlio Cinclntmttt Southern railroad U
to bn helped to the sea by completing
ine tiiuo Kitlgo ronto, thus reducing tlic
distaneo front the South Carolina coast
f-D Chicago liy nt least 200 miles.
Hundreds of thousands of cattio are
perishing out wost for thn want of food
;md water. It U estimated by cattle
nen that 60 pur cunt at least will iiavo
jinvo died before April noxt.
Thousands of bushels of oysters have
Jiccn ijostroyud dy tho cold of this win
fur drought in streams nnd ieo both
being fata) to thorn. Hence they will
J-ule at higher rates in the market for a
jimo.'
Governor Foster of Ohio will doubt
Joss bo Garfield's postmaster-general
if he wants to. And, if lie don't want
to, his sisters, cousins, uncles and U
aunts will mnkc htm want to. Ditto will
P1 9f thousands nf Ids Ohio friends.
On Wednesday the electoral voto for
President and Vica Prcldeut wn
formally counted in tlio presence of
both Houses of Congress, and .lames A.
Jarfieldand Chester A. Arthur duly
ucciaieti elected President and Vieu I
President, respectively, lor four yearn
from the 4J.li day of March, 1881.
Tho lower houso nt Jefferson City
decided that the State could not "o $11..
...... . ry t
p.iu more tor the Stato UniverHity. This
would require a contribution of nearlv
half ti cent from each of the inhabitants
oi the Stato, and while it was supposed
I... .U.. 1 I if ... '.
?.. iuu iiuiwuucans wonm ue able to
meet this additional burden of exiiense.
jt was doubted whuthor tho Democrats
ppum do it. (ilobo-Dtunocr.it, 9th.
WJillpaoino people aro trying to In-i-roducu
l'rohlbition in Missouri, Ohio,
which has tried It for nuarly 110 years,
)s giving n up nnd adopting license.
Wo happen to know that the saloon
keepers in tho statu of Ohio, generally,
dread tholiccnso plan and prefer prohl
Ration. ' Odd, ain't It? Those citreinc
Jy virtucous citizens prefer severest
filP.311? ngaluist tho liquor traffic! !
It Is proposed to establUh n Postal
Telegraph System by govoriiinnnt, tho
rntes to bo fixed by law not to ox
ccbJ 20 ceuf for, cauh mossago of 20
words or less, nnd ono cent for encn
word In addition. Good! This Is the be
ginning of tho end to be tuadu to men
fapoly." Thq next thing to bp dono is to
establish gbvernmuijt R. 11. lines to
keep 'down monopoly thure. Again, It
should bo made a high crime to buy up
articles of necessity for purposes of
speculating. There are persons who
-wo money to injure mankind, aud do
injure them, Just a much as if tuoy
took clubs and keat them. People are
'ruined,- starved find tormented by this
rchit of speculators.
''Down with 'em.
The politicians and nowspapers aro
having their last word about the speak
ership defore the adjournment of their
'tongres Kassou of'lowii is undouut
edly the biggest mn in the rec,
whether ho is the leading candidate or
ot. Ho s a uatjvo of Vermont, and
began nationalservIee'uB assistant post-'master-general
in 1861, sineo which he
'has sorvod In four congreises and on
two foreign missions, ond)oiig far the
nostal serTlco. In length of service and
:brcadjlh of view he OVerlsps all the other
eauijldatcs. Against him, Hls'eocW oj
New York.au able lawyer and' pushing
pojltlciajr, is 'making n sedulous t'anvafc,
If Fryo of Maine shuuldfail of a seua
torship bo woufi IJkoit: if ho should
get tho sonatorshlp, Bccd of tlio same
stato would lay ehtim to tho speaker's
chair. '
' ' MODlipX MIKiCLKS.
There are po;w abent 90 h,ousasd
miles of Railway operated In the Unltsil
Ktates;- On several parts 'of each road
trains arp 'always ruiinlng. On 'every
-rood, at pplnte not exceeding 80 milts
from eaoji othor, trains are runnipg
from or toward others. Thersfore there
are three' lhousand 'locomotives; with
long lines of cars following, ever on the
truck, speeding along at the rato or
30 miles per hour.R safe slimate,&i.(l this
Svi.r make it that 60 thousand miles aro
traveled every hour of the day, or ono
thousand miles every minute, Just
think of it! l or every minute passed
In the 21 hours ono thousand tnllos are
traveled by locomotives on the railroads
In the United Statps.
livery night and every tuornlng on
nil the groat lines of rnllwny long lines ot
passenger trnins mo stalling from tho
great terminal points. Think how on
evprplilght, at rtbont seven or eight
o'ciock, iroin every Importniit starting
'point In nil the States nnd Territories
tho lightning mall or fast express trains
are putting out, bound for points htm
.i i ., .. . . ..
un-ue, euiucmncK tlioussililS ot miles
off, crowded with pas'i'iigors, some
lively nnd Jocose in tho smoking or re
clining chair enrs, others sedate anil
silent in the meloneholy looking sleep
nr8. 1 liitik Iimv during nil tho long
dark hours of night these trains tiro be
ing hurled as It were ncross the bridg
es of mighty streams, through the long
dark tunnels, nlong the boundless
prairies of
"lliPT.nt, Illimitable rlinnjtliifr will.''
through tho deep gloom of grand old
forests, along tho batiks of running
streams, down in deep cuts whore Al
pine heights rise sheer nbove or mid
way nctwvon heaven nnd earth on ways
blasted out from tho eternal hills- puff
iuu iniii toot toot tool Willi n
rush as of nwful cyclones and a roar ns
of thundering tempests nway they go-on
on forever on. And if, "at any
time, along theso thousands ot mile's
of dark nnd lonesome ways n rock
should fall, or tree; or a bank cave lu
or a tunnel: land might slide or a cul-
belt wash out,or any one of n hundred
mischances happen, such as n rail to
break or spread or n.le snap, think ol
the possibly nwful consequences. And
then wondor that, as morning breaks
ih cue thousands of ears are safely com
lug into their depots throughout the
livelong nlyjit, along thecu countless
mlles.iu.t n single accident has happen
ed J That is to us, the most wonderful
reduction of nil.
The Literary Revolution.
Jbliih o&t SSutiSl'"1 4uuw"". "rtltl to lu ldli principle, which
uWt, wlucUlt tt uiudi km Uiw ft ffir Jfiil
imnum iitti romiwniTKCT fon. MrK Iwinrl.-.! In mMI. it... . .
Huuim m w til u mure ynn iu mi tlin mililou. 1 R" vmu vi civ,wai uia it u mun
XiI333a-cJRY OTP
UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE.
Inrpp TvrtR Friitinn rfiiVilii.iriiriV.iVh,1r,'iWjfn,9n'4IUn
LHIgrJ I TUB CUmUlf, ?i,,j !l;,ffii"lV,3'i'M.'?"M4 W Atnrk cllt.-milbi!,.
Chambers's EnoyGlopdia.
luMnwv, nail liuuu. Hill U.II. I S. Ill IUU.D1. 11 iiuw miuiTlTi.!.! .1 ,rfiiv...i. :.. -"I
What is the Verdict?
Anjwvlj' f im ftffom tA nwn a r?clopn.ll nnw. rv.., FllrnTim.. K. Y
UUrklnn ut k mm If nominal
'Uom In llif huili st tlit r-cop1 the Utt
Bnn!i','MiM.:lii 1 ,V'T i'l'..-i1.' Z' " " l,Tl1 fJ hMi yil nn ppnMiKt In .-il.ll.kln(. rrr II,.' ,,, tl
luiaiuarkaLff rhi4Mm i.f U..I... ir IvW hlirrn limy i.. IV1,,'. t., l "hi, hut 1. liu
unuiinccttirm lh bcr
rtill!rt
lull ftj th
JlRL'TAUTY.
Iu ono respect our civilization is far
behind the age yes, shamclully so-as
all will admit on calm reflection, and
mai is 111 relation to tlio execution of
capital convicts, -by hanging. Can any.
thing more brutal, moro rude, more
horrible be Imaglued ? Yet wo art; used
to the idea nnd we submit to it just at
wii would If burning, illscmbowclllne-.
or blowing up or poisoning were tho
customary way of executluir the con-
detuned. Crticifvinsr orimnalinr- nltm
would bo more becoming even if more
cruel, thsn this sti'iiuglinr; our follow
creatures at n ropes end. Talk as we
will, (he object of punishment is to pre
vent the convicted from repeating the
offence; and that is all.
Why not behead, or shoot ; or chloro
form, or bleed to death?
Let us be reasonable and put an end
to this remnant of savagery. Gov Long
of Massachusetts recommends the use
of morphine or ehloral hjdrate; we
would suggest an electrical shock and
then Immersion for n few hours under
water. To say that "it does net matter
how this thing is done" is the samu as
to say, "it matlors not how anything is
done." And that won't do, yen know.
ft r
11
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iimirir obbirriiitiitijiM'iiiii-i i.ir.-rl l,j rvmy lm rrilw nt ft irnnUnrTrl"mdli. Imt rvrr iihhI.Ik Mni
S. Jul' tEXiX! XXiiWl'Vl'"1 M " lS 'f l-itllc rn..ur.lfCinri,l tl.l,
T)lVhArA4.tiruf tlli Ltantlullilrlaw isnrb It lr.i wrll Liia.i. I.. ,t -i-t . .
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II . Jii'Sn?.' JV;! J'l!?'","'r" "" "!"" J liu.il mod rrlnl Ihir, thfun. worn fc r Mm wlin thnt lutrnUon f..r
Standard Books.
' r.nj!Un."rt;lilffil Jrorl T-'i) to tl.Si OlliUin'n 'Mlmnn" fnm UM tn fli nrntptt
..III I UN In S.M,lb.lau'il Anrlrnt III.I..D-." (I.Mi M ,V.,in.i..'. l?,S.?Vl
ifiiiitir'
Ililrt. VfAn' Mra.i;h.i I - Y iu.iuun,"it,iiur'
ill Ti T"' '"'"tf "t" ",Tr ,V flftwli- fnii.-llfo It i.ki .l.i.rt t. roS nil lhlr
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1TWIM.NOT DO.
What right has any person to. de
nounce any considerable body of people
for opinions or customs adhered to bv
them? What right has he to try to get
laws made to prohibit or restrain them?
We refer to opinions or customs long
established, lie has the right to per
suade them they aro doing or acting
wrong. He has no right to attempt
more. Wo believe in the temperance
cause. Hut this effort to legislate and
force people into measures we will op
peso. ,
Knnot a Prohlbltary Stalutofor Mis.
nuiui ami wuai are vou l o nir in r.t.
feet?
You aro nnnminoing to theu.s.imlR nf
jour teilow citizen occupying large
districts, wholo ranges of counties iu
fact, that they shall no longer drink
and cat as they have been accustomed
they and their forefathers from immeiu
moral time. You tell them that if thev
persist in doing so they will be criml-
naisl Liabluto lndltemetit. fine. Im.
hcluiinmniil t
,..., ,tl,i, ,,u Kaj ol iimy Wils
Were never a greater absudlty enacted
kv T.n.-Ialnit.... 1....
j vtt.n,i,u, uv nuyer was mere n
more wicked net oj .despotism. Let
us leok things square iu the face. The
State of Missouri can no moro venture
to enforce snoh legislation as Maluo en
rnfrma 1I1..H ...... .1... .. .
'"""i mnu uitii me icjiuiaiion OI a
Sunday school room ho applied to New
York.
nt 31.11
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r1 r" 'tl J-l'l't . llJ.n"U." lliilrr'',IVroll."Klliitl.y,i."ivij."
Fiction.
Rinaranhlf r"'ly-lM rtnJap,l llt rrilnml In rnft from 51IM In lj(l- nmonz fillirr-wV Mm
DIUgl apiiy. J- Muy. UIUWh. Uunlnt, )lirtiUi, iXli, l-i.iti.reli, , u'lSll, IrHSl
Literature.
" American ra
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1. , . f r 'ftuw-Mini'iiftiiwii ami tiuiilirr'-i 7r ," ( n-ii'ii Soinrol iii.ii,r illunnlm
n-Juc-M frvilniniu uu biurln auJ BHII, w ctnu, 'ilnyuwrljiiii'tOmit dUlUIIIIC.
plft-frnmpan-d with
.n.00 t. M r.-,,.,
(roin 'XWtoWctum
in yi-. -h-roii. -,1 wi, Ninon, ti rfnt.i innto. sonul'i v nrll, M inti llnmfr'ii n. .
11 Uuitr-i-UJjuH,).-.-;..!"! -IJi.-l.lutA.U.-iliio tlllvi.7 tj ww. Unii-j., CO PQEtrV
ChmWr' ri-f rlnpnvlln ft F.nclMi Ufntm," r.l.icl from J M t fl M. Tulnx from ma u
tu to rrnt-1 l vuuiiy- .. -1 n.m ;.u tu i.km M,l.rn I tail,-. " n. t ..T. J. r S
Po lOinilO nnrtttllil fWnnln(" Spnrrnn mvii Cro-li-n'-i U rhWt
llBI ti UUS. !!K.-T-"r-l.,r"m. t- "0 I Hilklt'-i "fjf y,l flirln." rn,ir
V fjphn W it Ml ' ' 0H.W1 bm lk.klblelcilt,uary,"i
tkh"i!& '""OT! llI'ifrlliin11TailJ. 'ttfalthlyr.irrrt-i-.'-'Mrrnt-. BI!. II
lljalth fi,rWin:-il.")-riitil. "furanr iftnur.l. Sn-rnv. Nijrluir.l.-f autCur MhsPP PnPnilC
of bparruoiTfta l-r," M cinU"Ua. frun, luarjr v(an ol.l La-.j-.r-l.w, IIIIOUCIIullCUUO,
Roailtlflll Unmoo lli",,Th.Ar,J'.'.-n;",l,l-'il,,K SuUrlin llimm OrMiiil." nilm-ad from .)
DCaUlllUI nrjlIlcS. L'Vfi.teoJ.,,'f,n"iK"-,, riilMt-iL.JIii thl-i euunirr- Iww-lwr iJj
7'T" ... ... Tl'"" :n" sli-r lli tliat ran ruiniinlth It fur On. ajm of -.inun,ia
paoplo." Omo. b. CurllMja 1 U wlull uf uouJ iv akJ utu f.rUog tlJu it tlwuM Ui In tt"i- tlUai;u llbr-j-y."
Revolution Pamphlets.
Only IKV-Vi if th Mgh-Mt rUt
- !-'- if. iirmiu inr if- --! it irrouiirnniiwn-ton uuinrrnrai-i'i
isvTOSKi5s5-.i. ip;l.:!.:i'0,"'m,,, xvrl u" 'm,- 'u
Xidii.'i r' i 1 iH'i.l fi""'.'!?-'1' th.V 4pal." Fonnor prlr. tl.ti r.-Tltr t-rpn. prlot- Sornt
tll It if: vBiK"ln iWl1-. .f "' !"' nmntlful Mfi'tAinlrr Ilia-, prior loDta.
v?S wVkiSi?S ti'Si'T l-r.",,.r"n,i vn".T 1,u- tjr-.i-ncVsc.iiia.
n LVZ.". ,ttSStliJt' 0,"!.r .' l'l"''liu. l'n: I" trp... V. autlfiii punt. Vt I iu
runj-aa a" ruTtm-a Trotfri:..." L.,uriiru tn-, liatlnf Iwautllui priat. iMw t can.
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JOHN I). ALDEN. Manaoeii. TrUninc l'ulldinir. New York.
It BAIT), CI
inbAtl. RohArt riu-kf A Cn.t
-uiAr-K dr lo, 1 Toirno. liruwu.
SOLE AGENT FOR HOLT COUIMTY,
3aiU-G!-OiV, MO,
1881.
1SS1
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Ohio paper to abolish tho a. m. and r.
M. foelUhuess and count the hours from
1 to Si; thus calling 1 o'clock r. m. 13
o'clock, For instance tho teacher will
ay "sphool is dismissed; You will bo
here at H o'olock precisely," i. o two
p. Mi, the l'roaohor will iiutiounco that
"services will bo held In this ehurch.be
gluulqg at 10 o'clock this oveuing,''
and the Judge will say "Prisoner! You
will be taken to tho plaim of exocutiou
on Friday, March 4th between (lie hour
of 10 ami 16, then and thore bo hung by
the nbcV Until you aro dead."
AVONDKBFUX. FACT.
Tho ltev.' Mr.'Cuyler of Ureoklyn,
New York, says in- tho Independent
publish. lu the la.t week of January,
that, "the number of Presbyterian con
gregaflons In the United States is 6,400
and the number of new members added
to that church last year is 4,200 lens
than one apiece, and that this ' fact is
is appalling." He also avows that' "if
the real facts were kftowri, many other
churches have done little better," f
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read feTHzonsonsr
915 Olive ST. LOUIS, MO.
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ORGAN
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for
CCn This Ke
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lug thnU Slop.".
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A 1 1 LUNG DISEASES,
AlflTHROAT DISEASES,
. mm n m
areatnmg iTouoies.
ft Dllirrjfl INTO the avit.m .urnlliFa ...... I.
Hid healing mertlelniis.
HDItAWR I'lMIM til. Jlirus.J n-lrta th.
pslsons'that cause death.
ThnuHHntlnTeatirjr ! ltd Virtue.
YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AND CURED.
Don't Despair until vou have tried this sensible,
IIshIIv AimlleS and RADIOAL1T
EPEECTUAL lteraetf;
Sold by Druggists, or sent by :
Marti
uiir .oo - i uree
iuiiinuis it Year '
seni irtu.
lallou receipt of
C'HICAUtt, ILL
Kaaay er for the Northwest.
CUBE YOUR BACK ACHE
And'ull .diseases of the Kidneys. Bladders
and I7rluary Organs by wearing the
IMPROVED E1ICKELS0R KIDNEY PAD
It Is a MARVKf. of HKtMNU and liCMI'.P.
Simple,Sensib.e,Direct,
Painlss, Powerful.
, It CURES where all else falls. A Raw
!fff "nfReTolntlpa In medlelne. AO
nV.f,Viw.".r rtlrc-cf iipulrrutlaii. ns opposed tn
umallsfaetory lulernal medicines. Hvni for
S2fii!Si1'! n. K'J"oy troables. sent free.
Afnrlm Ho 1.1.1..
This Is the Uric- B1TV.S Ads vrrv
134 nuill.onNtrrtit,
IUIAUU, II, I.,
Inal and Ueau-
Ine KUney 1'ad.
Ask for It iimt
lane no oilier.
Mnnngera rorB'bo Norlhtvait.
-iiiini i 1 1 1 1 1 1 eniuii a. a v t ttv u t u until
pobbin s i- eotnc onu, ana uoii in
iniTB qunris oi wniur until mo suup in
iiioriiueniy uissoivcu, so mm upon
oi rnttuiirp .Hiti.trvii A liar. iirtT.iiiiir ni -
-...I l !...!.. .... ii
three gallons of cold water: stir briskly
v a ..aa litllUl n r g J l f muu mwv am
away to cool. The' it will look like
nothing but soap-suds whilo warm, n
chuuiicul reaction will tnko place, aid
lu twenty-four huurs lliuu will develu
forty or fifty pounds of inagtilliceut and
while soft soap, costing less than ono
cent a pound, ami as good as tusiiy of
tho adulterated compounds called soap,
and sold at seven to ton cents a pound,
How long would It titho for any other
soap used tho sntno to become nnythlng
but "soup stulsP" Any bousowlfi
knows that It can not 'be done with any
soap she has overused. See If ll cam
ho done with Dobbin's Klecttle. Ter
sale bv all grocers: Navo MoCord &
Co., Wholesale AgetitS, St. Joseph, Mo.
BARNES
&
ii r
JIJBW POINT, MO,,
Dl'Al.KIIS IN
DRY GOODS,
UKOCEK1E9,
HATH, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES.
HARDWARE,
Oucrnswnr. ntn.. nml lu f.w.t .,....
thing kept in a goneral stock.
We iinv tlm ltloliu.f it,tiK
ket price lor nil kinds of
Produce.
To Bee
of
I :un now making several stylos
HIYES
furuls
the latest i.tvles nml will
them at very reasonable prices,
I work Hecs on the sliures; will 1.mui.
artilicial swarming, tpicen breedlng.eto.
i nisii itinii.su
PURE ITALIAN QUEENS
anil nil npiarlsts s-.tpjilies, cheaper than
tho cheapest, nnd guaranteo Ntitisfau
tlou. 1. J. HOtiKKS. Oremiii. JJo.
BARNES' FOOT POWER
Machinery
Fifteen tlllTeront niachlaes
ullrittl.li.lt lli.ll,li,.u r... t.i .......
Makers, itKun-.UakcH, ud
Jntbets lu .VKrillnnrous
work can tfompi-te its to iunl
Ity and prh e slth strain pow
er liiHiiut.tclHrlni; i alo am.t,
teurs" Hiitiplloat saw bluileit
desls fur Willi llrackots
aud Hullders' Hcruli Work.
Machines Sent on Trial.
to3KiuirM3.rd,bh H,,J '',r Ci,u-
June ,,.nso.f?r""u
GARDNER BROS.
OKKC.OX, MO.
Up stairs, over Scliulto Bros. Storo.
Sealors In all kinds of
T. T. HAYDOCK
?.,?f.ih..rllV.c.,t an.? nl"?t cpleto wo ks fur tbe wanufaeture of camajres IN
1 lib YVOKM). Huggles for the trade a specially.
Corner Plum and Third 8ts,
CINCINNATI. OH'O.
GEO. "VVOOJDR Sr. OOS
Upright Pianos &, Pxnum Organs.
TM tWAiLlialu.. . St.l. t
and elaboraU flnl.U l ovun tu:biiiri
W..aI.1 -.al a a sr . .
lISVIl'aSrBaiililiiiiSlii
'lrHrF'Mj''l''FM
Id.-.,! ita. t - a
ra itiuplr! dftiil. They intuniWMl ttMuiMlvM tn th
- ' ' "
m, WUODS & CDp UPRIGHT PIANOS POSSESS
unoxnmpiou :
A Mout TifAnilt i f'n
Brimwrnowci 3?crffci
l'ontrtli nuil Siii
Quality ol'Tono. ivn4 tho
' (lh ft kl - TO A 41. A ..i!
GEa WOODS i CO.'S 1'ARLOll ORGANS
HAVE BOTH PIPE AND HEED STOPS.
Ana are Unevsuallod jV i:,rjr Great Vnrioty of Musical KtTocts.
M WaaUaftoa Blrat, Boston
WABZBOOXS.
Tl AOatns 8trt, CUoao,
UBKUAL TEItifS TO AOKM1V, WHO AUK WANTKB IN KTKBY'CITT
T7UERK THESE IXBTRUMENTS AnB NOT REPRESENTED,
DYSPEPTIC!
HEADACHEvS
DYSPEPSIA
OR BILIOUS I
A Mcmcioe lecenuy UiMer
and country .tores haw M
BY
NO
..T I. -T' w"! o?S'rful aiKMtt. All drunitl
! IasK.fflTI01W.
Mvrwrsa ana ! lloaantwih
Have now in Stnck the follow nS uiahlue.s i
STEWART SINGER,
IMPROVED WILSON.
VICTOR,
NEW AMERICAN,
MATIQNAL. EteEtc.
. AVnk,-t on li'iml thn m 4
for eoery kind of sowing machinus
also, II, needles, etc.
REPAIRING.;
Wc repair all kinds of sewing ma
chines in the best manner and guaran
tee satisfaction. Charges reiiHonablo
giro us a call.
GARDNER BROS.
KlVBTarSB.OPgK5l
How Lost. How Restored
nSMi.fV.lL"''1'1" 0',IVKI'IAT0""""
ses. Impotency. Meutal and I'hyldal lucapacl
ty.ln pedlinsiits to Marring, etc. i also, c on
iiiiiptlon, Kpllepsy and ills. Induced by tolf In
duhieuce 1 of sexlul extravasauce, ele.
Ihe celebrated author lu tlOt ailmlrablo es.
say. clearly (liuiBiistratea, froin Uilrty years'
uccessful jinietleo, that Iho llirmloK ct nsu
ilueueesi)0Helf.abiwomaybe rMlleally cured
pritittnir out u motlo-.f cure at iTce simple.isri
lain and elteelunl, y mr nns of which tn ery 'suf
ferer, no inaltAhat hlseondlin may he, inav
W" fh slccti sffriuld belMfe hands of
every y titli and uyesy man In tho land.
Hem tinder seal in a plain' envelope, to any
JJtSfiwilE111, " Tvt 01 ",x ce,1Uur ln"
Address tint publishers.
THE GlII.VCllWKI.Ii Ntnil'Al CO.,
41 Ann Rroet Mw York.
rostotiics iiox aso.
0 GENUINE
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
The Very Best in the Woi hl
I have tho iftiinv ftw tlta ....
chlae for Holt county and keep a suii.
ply always mt hand at the stoiv of Mik
Uose Illceers. Mound CAtv.
Leok out for Uogus Machines
keo advirtisorannt of the (?.iMit...
Singer on tho inside of tho Pkmik '
J. A, McAlr t,

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