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Grand Celebration at Forest City, Mo., When every one will celebrate the Nation's Birthday by buying goods of W. E. MINTON, And the day will long be remembered by all who give hira a call. There will be no brass bands, cheap display of calico flags, but the low price at which I am selling goods will be the attraction for all. TUB COUjStTY paper, uv JMMIYNS. .V: IVAI.I.llllt OltKliON, MO. I 1 , Knlorcil lit the l'tKtiiMi-r Seeollil-rlais IHIIttlT. lit Oregon, Mil, ns Terms of Subscription! I , AJU'K. TWO DOLLARS A YEAH IXADV rti)AY,.iuxi: -ji, l.HHi. TKMl'KllANOi: ltlU'OItM. lt occurs to us to remark that the ad vocates of temperance devote, too much time to legal restraints nml not near enough to moral suasion; or hi other words, they rely too much upon tliu for mer to tliu neglect very largely of the latter. Thero is a general desire for strong drinks; but not all who imbiho do so tor tliu love of it. And if the lat ter (oiild lie persuaded to avoid tliu in toxicating cup, them would bo an 1m jneiiso falling off in the consumption of Intoxicating liquors. Only a small per eontagtt of those who drink lira drunk, mils, and it those who drink, hut are not drunkards, could be persuaded to reform, many of those who drink to ex cess might bu Influenced to refrain also. The best way to reach modulate drink ers Is through appeals to their reason. Multitudes can bu reached in this way who cannot be Influenced by prohibitory laws. It Is a fact that prohibitory laws do not piohlbit. It has been clearly proven that you cannot forco or drive an American ; you must coax him. It ........ 4. U . .I" . .I.i.b mii.1i lllll UllJJ diminish the evils resulting from tint tralllo in intoxicating liquors. There arc prohibitory laws on tliu Kansas stat iilo books, but it i well known that in Kansas there is practically free trade in lntoxicatini: Honors. Yet on the imrt of temperance politicians tho dumtind is not for tho enforcement of tho law. but for additional logUlutlon, while no ap- pcals aro Inadu to incu's reason ; nor aru ull'orts made to uulighton them as to tho character of tliu liquor they dilnk Tlie most effectivu way lo cause men to abstain would bu to attack tho stuff they drink. Show them that in every gluts of liquor thuy drink there Is more or loss Miitsnn iiimiiii.1v lint IlieiP. mill tlinlr 1 J 1 I ' eyes would bu speed!! v ieiied. It does not tuku long to awaken pciqilu to the danger of eating poisonrd food. If the bread that is coiiMinied weru iidultera- ted as thu liquors that are drank, thu fraudulent bakers would bu speedily driven out of tho business, if not lod-red iii the pcnltentiarv. Tho manufactu- nil s of adulterated food cannot hold thu market. Kxposuru is ruin. Is it rem- nimble to suppoo that people are lo-s wl.r Hun. ei? Aru ,,,.,,,.1.. .iii ..J tauu poion lu their drinks who- would w lo bed hungry nit her than lake poi- son In tie c font i Veil her i-ini iiwm - ...i... i .1.1 i i ,.i . .. " " "c l'"i' it i- loss injurious to nea'.tli to take poi- sou in drink than in food. ThCfO things nro to bu assumed. '1 hcrcforo poisoned rinks should bu altaeked as polsonud ,od is attacked, and this could easily bu on... lint is il? Thuidilect of lempuraneo reformers food dmic j'"'" I- - is, of eour.-e, to bcnellt the race. It is not to make money or maku a noise, or mnko a name, or gut into politics or olllee, or punish somebody. It is to AVo men from dcstrmitlou ; to protect nml elevate society mid promote tho gen eral welfare ot thu human family. This is what the genuine, temperance reform ers aim to accomplish, and they should thcrulore, strike the evil lu Its weakest place and smilo It where It U most vul iiurahlu. Chemistry is a science that has grown almost to perfection. i 1 not only possible, but easy, to ascertain tho component parts of fond nud drink Jf theru is poison there, it can bo detect cil, It it is a natural pan of the article, that can bo told. If II Is put' there to deceive mid maku money, that can bu told. Thu effect upon the system of fating or Iriuklng such poison can bu pointed .out In language so plain that any person capable of muling can uu dtirstiiud It. Would not such develop. liiouts ns m'ght lie imiile nt not much greater tost than that of printing luui jiornnce tracts, lie well calculated to di nilnlsh thu iiso of Intoxicating liquors? Wmihlnottho startling exposures that iulght be made do more for I he cause of loinpermico than some mnv statutes add ed to our law books, even jf those stat utes should emliody.thu Muhio law? Hut arw liquors poisoned? Of eourso thuy mo, Four-llfths of nil thu liquors drank In Missouri, Including wine, beer, and rider nro poisoned. Anil these pnl- sons nro not confined to common drinks such us whisky nml beer. They exton il to the uilstocratle drinks Unit live must costly. The French wines two Hourly nil adulterated, nml contain poison They me not real wines, bnt imitations. Statistics provu that this must be. the ruse. The nine croii of Franco in 1875 I was 78,20:i,000 hectolitres.' In 187J it ,, . ,i 1UOa!. ...... on a was 28,000,000, anil In 1850 it was 2i, ' C00.000 hectolitres. Thus tho proline- tlou between 187o ami 1880 0 fell off CO per cent, and yet French wines In this country have not fluctuated In price. Choico brands," Our own importa tions," " Private stocks," and all other tempting marks can bu obtained as cheap now as live years ago, although tho whio crop has fallen In tho mean time from 78,000,000 to ''8,000,000 hec tolitres. Nor has tho consumption fall en off. On tho contrary tho importa tions into this country havo largely In creased, and the less real wlno is pro. iliieed lu France the more so-c.illed French wlno Is consumed in this coun try. And this adulterated French wiuu Is poisoned, and It poisons all who drink it. Teoplo who talk knowingly about French brands mid assume to bu Judees would havo their uyes opened If they apply tho test of chemistry to tho con tents of their favorlto bottles. It is safo to say that tour fifths ot the Frenih wiuo consumed in Missouri Is adultera ted and poisoned. Tlmy are imitation wines, and all Imitation wines aru drug ged, and all drugged wines destroy thu system, causing sickness mid ultimate death. lul ltlgri iiuci in f, 01 oMrr.i, ( inav no said, in course it is not Thero is not a brewer in this Statu who would dare to print a list of tho IngWIl unts ho uses In manufacturing lager beer This remark is trues of all lager beer brewers If anybody doubts this, let him apply the test of chemistry. 1 hat would sliow tliu cause oi mo pn.s Meal and mental degenurauy of nil hnbit- ual beer drinkers. Thero are lnsur- unco companies that will not take a risk I on the life of an habitual beer drinker. Thuy havu ascei tallied that nearly all such norsou ilia prematurely. I hat fhiuhv llesh which results from beer drinking is not healthy Hilt VU Cllll JTCt IHirewlllskv, CUIl'l I ' y . it 'y osts lllteun cunts ijur giu lnanulacttiru whisky, exclusive of thu Hx. '' 1' ""gt not to bu worUi while U" atlnlleratu that. Hut ills adultor.iled, '"'d it is almost ns dlflleult to securu 1 whisky as it is pure French wlno r l'"'"" " hundred gal- of Houvhou whisky is drank to tho 'l''"''1 of pure Hourbon that is nimlu AfUil' whisky leaves the distillery and rwulios tl mixers, purily ends, mid adulteration beirins. There are houses that liave reached cucli perfection In t 'y )f mixing liquors that they eau tl,KU H'Sn wiues nun uirn out any quail. .m i .... .... . i oi minor null may do canon lor. 1 Ills lutiw. tv.iv iii-ntuiv. nml. Mi.n,mi,,.in . ' ...... ..... uu,j " fclUi ""W) iimice.i. im3 can 1,11 t-ned out of any agu or flavor, and 11 ,mrnu, ra ',Kun , lus" 1 om ln" l,"l,up m l" w lilr "d '"'" 0Ut ,,eXt ,,U' lookinS 1011 J'""" ' 'I'lils is thu way that fcur-llfths of Iho ...i.i.i... i i.. .....i i '.l.inil,, , ...i.llil, ...111 ill... .TIIIIMIIJIUII the bars Is furnished. It Is drugged, and In drugging It is poisoned. Men who make a living iidulturating or poi soiling liquor, take no thought for the men who sulfur from drinking It. They look exclusively to their own pockets. Neither Is native wlno pure. There is not half enough real native wir.o pro duced to supply tho demand ; hut thuuo is never u dollcleiicy. Thoro Is always plenty of it, such as it is, When wo contemplate thu onorinons quantity of polsoutd liquor that is eon sumeil in large cities, is it any wonder una tlie racu is ilegunuratlng? Men transmit to their children tho weakness- estnai lesiut iiom tho uso of adultcra- tod liquors, and tho effeuts of poisons mat impair the health and shorten tho years or latlieis are Inherited by chil dren to tho second and third generation. If this carelessness wero practised by stock raisers, thu species would degen erate liitowortlilossness. Now, sclunce could no so utilized us to demonstrate the truth of what we have written, mid snch demonstrations would do inoro to dimmish the nso of Intoxicating liquors than till tliu prohibitory laws that might bu pissed. Tills is tho ground from which practical tompcrnnco reformers should attack thu evil that is a monster in thu bosom of society. Heavy frosts o'ecurml one night hist week in New Jersey ant' Vermont. CALIFORNIA KII.NKY TEA. For Lame Unek anil all Khlney troubles. Fifty cents. Ask lo sec it tit King & Proud'., Oregon; Franco & Co., For ut City. Dyspepsia &. Liver Complaint. Is It not worth tliu tmall price of "fi cents to free votirsclvoa of everv svnin- lorn of these distressing cntiipfattitH, If ' ,1,,il,k'.' ,'.'"!l.ut..V,u;. 8,10,0 ""l1 bolt ewf Sh lo i s tnl zer, everv bottle B mmMva ' lt. nc. oordingly and if it noes you no good will cost you nothing. Sold by. T. Hindu, Oregon, Mo. FOR SALE! 20,000 3 and 4 Year Old Appla Tfd33, Standard sorts, grafted from bearing trees, raised at home, liist-elass. Also a few fi year old Apple Trees. Also 0,000 or 4,0C0 Apple Tree, second class, cheap. A splendid lot of CHERRIES, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUMS APRICOTS. SMALL. FRUITS, Evergreens and other Ornamental trees AT T1IK HOLT COUNTY NURSERIES GEO. r. LUCKHARDT, Prop'r. fllLUflEHY DfjESS-tfjiKifq IN Forest City, Mo Mrs. 0. 1). and Miss Alllu Chadwlek respectfully inform tliu ladies of for est City and vicinity that thuy havu opened a Millinery mid Dress-y.nking Establishment in that place ami will keep in stare a full stn ek of thu latest styles of goods, and will do all w rk t nun lines in tliu uest manner anil the lowuit price;. at Will also bo prepared to furnish HUTTERICK'S PATTERNS tSf All kinds of family sewing done promptly. A share of public patronage is re soectfiillv soliultud. J.aillos are vcspoctfully tnvlteil to call ami oxainmo gooils. Shlloh's Consumption Cure. This is beyound (iiiestion thu most successful Cough Medicine wo ever sold, a fuw doses invariably tliu worst cases ot Cough, Croup, Hronehitis, while its wonderful liave cure mid sue 1,10 el f v.onsiinipiion is j'Xu? 'sineeTl's "irst discovmy of it ms been sold on a guarantee, a test i ...i.,. i 1. . . . . I wiiioii no inner inuiiicme can suiuti ii you nave a Muijru wo earnestly 11" you to try lt. i'rlce 10 cts. W) ct. mid ipi.ooK your Lungs aro sore, Chest, or :k, i.amo, use wnuoii's rorous l'la stur. isolil by 1 S. Hlnde, Oregon Mo PEOPLES FA70RITE ROUTE COUNCIL BLUFFS Railroad and Branches Direct I.lno to JUHVl1l. Afrtii, I.envenwortli. Hhumw City Connecting at Kansas City with all Trains for EAST, SOUTH AND WEST Pullman's Sleeping Cars nnd Mngnid cent Dining Cars on Through Trains. A. v. HAWKS. . ..... . ,!!''"! "a,s 1111,1 '',i Aufiit, ... r, ii.i..ni', unri ru)i'riiiicniieni. Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy, A marvelous euro for Catarrh. Dlph htherhi, Canker mouth, and Head Acne With each buttle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for thu more successful treatment of those complaints without extra ciiargo. rnco ooets bom by X. fc itimie, uregon, aid. CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Is a plant natlvo to the Sierra. It cures 1 It cures 1 1 Only 6 cents Try It at King Proud.s. Oregon Frsno & Co,.Forest City, .nond'ui" to the l,vv "at the t Mi, at im toast of " The Army and banquet given to the Army of the lVtu. mac at llartfoid .lime 8th. after havitur iilluil.'it to Hie iir.wmil iirinv In iiiini.li.' inentnry terms, and as ' the kirttnh ' " . -. ..... ... . . - 1 line along the frontier of civilisation," and after having excepted tlie drones, whom ho caustically alluded to us ow ug their positions in tliu army to tlie services of their " mothers, cousins, sis 'ers, and aunts," lar.uc.hed out into a oathlng criticism of .Jefferson Davis re- ccnilv- published work, "The HIso mid nil of the Southern Confederacy." He lcfcudcd Grsut's military operations be fore Itichmond, took the cx-Prcsidcnt of thu Confederacy lo task for nilvslatc- incuts as to Johnston's mid Hood's cam paigns, and denounced us grossly and notoriously tintruu the charges mudr gainst him (Sherman) ns to cruel con- net at Atlanta, and as lo tho burning of Columbia. Hu cited various trusf orthy authorities to prove Davis' state ments false in .everv particular, and oiiud up an exceedingly able and bit- r speech by saying that tliey liml ns much resemblance to the truth us Davis himself liml to Julius Crcsar. The ex- 'resident of the Confederacy has tliu our fur nn explanation. Tm: heart of old Sitting Hull, tho oil hided warrior, is sad. A daiidilled oung Indian, with a head gear of two rooster feathers stained in pokebcrry nice, and a handsome outfit, composed ot a blue calico dress tied around bis waist, attracted tho eye of young Miss Sitting Hull, the sixteen vear old iltiusntcc ol'old S.U, nifd, wlieu ho asked nor to lleo will liim into the land of his fathurs, where tho government dishes out rations mid plug lints to the copper colored children of the Great Father, vho wont. Thus It is that thu great warrior, sits bc.ldo his camp th u in Canada, mid mourn. Ills daughter ran away when ho could easily liave traded her for tun ponies and it pint o lire water. Ir seems almost impossible for fron tier settlers to realize that the Indians have rights as well as other people. Scarcely have tho Utes entered upon thutr new reservation when a railroad company establishes a station upon their lands, and aroiind tho station springs" up a vlllago of saloons nnd other resorts not llkuly to exorcise a civilizing i nil nonce upon the Indians. Secretary- Klrkwood has wisely direct ed the removal ot thu intruders and Ihulr domiciles. Tho railroads aro allowed to cross the reservations as a matter of public pulley, but thoy abuse this privilege when thoy treat the lands of a tribe ns though thoy where any. body's property who might choose to take possession. A ministkk out west, who had boon troubled a good deal over inairlrgo lees, issued the following circular and price-list: "Ouo marrlago plain, $2 Ditto, kissing tho brido, 3. Ditto, trimmed with one groomsman and ono bridesmaid fifty cents extra for each additional groomsman or brhlus maid Hachelurs past 40 will be charged, extra. JJnhl of samo ugo 10 per cent. off. Mileago will bo charged in long ills- tonco J )iiatehu8. Liberal reduction to ulubs. l'ayionts In cash; no notes or securities aeoopjed?. No money refunded or rebates, niado for ppr goods. Come early, and eonio often. Notwitiistanwno tho efforts of the Gorman government, the emigration from Germany to'thls country is enor mously on tho Increise. Whole vil lages in Poscn, Sclduswlg nnd Prussia proper are being depopulated, nnd tho authorities are sorlotuly alarmod. An Indication of tbolr alarm was given re cently in their refusing u gentleman permission to lecture tit llerlln on tho advantages of emigration. Tiik center of population of the United States moves westward nt tho rate of ninety feet a day. lt Is now o tossing tho southern portion of Ohio, thu hind of Presidents and offleo holders. A Purely vegetable medicine, con. tabling all tho virtues of caloviol with, out any of tho injurious tendencies so justly dreaded by mankind. Simmon's Liver Regulator will bo found prompt io sun t me secretions oi inu liver, anil give a healthy tone to the entire sys tem, without salivation or any In juriuus effects, When used as a ca thartic. It in no wise disorders tho sys tem, nor doos It produco nny nausea or sick stomach whon about to purge. Ills so mild in its action ns not lo in terfere with business or pleasure. (Iks. Siikuman, in re M" w,fo ',a ,IWU rt Sn'nt '"r JKUH wUh 1VH,M,t ml ",rainp l"1 1k sU,m;u.iu Miasms, and at times thought -lit must die. thought ,h must die. All troublp h.ts cvamh! since the ue of I). It. V (S. h. G. Dorwm, City Clerk, . X SvracuA1, N. Y. GuawnUttl by all druggists. 5. . O'rALLON. l.KUlll ItlVI.NK O'FALLOX & IKV1N13, Attorneys nt Inw, OliKliDN, MlSSOl'lil. Witt practice In nil iniirts of Mlwuitl. CotUtiluiK. ami nil nuuinrr i( It'iral btflaoH" will r.H.IVf our nnimitl tiMclillou. fv-tinui' iuirili.xi.Ii! ei I'uiiti IIiiiim'. incr niiiilc's DrilK Slurv. II. TEIUSH ALKIIIE, Attorney nt Law, OIIKllO., MO. Will ir.u-tlci' III all tlie courts of MIoiirl. , llinl rilalc imil cuIliTtlnli ImiiIiu'M uriiiiilitly alliiuleil to (mice over Hcliutte linn Store. DANIEL ZOOK, Attorney ut Linv, OREGON, MO. III iiracllce In all the courts iiI'Mlssourl. ni-nl Vsiiiti- liiKlncv. nml ('iillccllons iiroiinit- t mii'iiilcil In. (Mice wihI slilu ft l'llbllc inii re. A. IT. JAMISON, Attorney nt Law, Estt, Insurance od Colloot- 1K gnt, 3touxi mv, Missotmi. Wi.i iinullcc hi all the eoiirts til northwest MiSi iirl. T. C.DUNOAN, ATTOUNEV AT LAW, OIlK.llON, MlSVOlTltt. Will tir.icllcp In all Cniirts of MliHourl.Knlis.iH limiii.iul Ncbrukii. itciil Kstnte IiiihIiicss. mill Loiit'clions iroiiiniy niieiiiieii io. , U. 1. 11EA, Attorney at Lnw. Notary I'ubllc and Heal Estate Agent, MAITLAND, MO. 111 iittcint to nil Ici-'ul Inohii'ss Intnistcil In liUi'iirtt In nil tlie I'linrlHiit Norlliueiit Missouri. Ila lor sale a laruc number t choice liii-lness lols. L. 11. KNOAVLES, A I T O U N E Y AT L A W , OIIKUON, M1SSOIMII, Will rractlcn In nil Omrts. Itmil IWiilo tixsl ncssiicil I'oIIccIImiis irniHilly uttcnilt'it to. Montgomery & lloecker, HAN KK US AND MKOKKR OUKdON, 31ISSOUIII, Iiiin Money. Iliiy Notes. Draw Ilnitls on til prlchial cities, anil ('iillcctlmis niiiitly .maile on rem t'siiiii', nun iiivsmiiiciiis iniuie wn invura iJ .... hwii-ii nin. mn . .nii,-. iu-U, luui uic icrini. KiicrcM allowed m Time DcimnU.h. THE Frazer & McDonald FOItKST CITY, MISSOURI TUANSACTH ii Kvm-ral Imitklni: Imshicss Sells cxchiuius on tliu chief cities of the I'lilteil Stales ami Kiuoiie. Allows Interest nt ilriMMlts when left a s .eclUeil time, Oullcctluiis receive careini iiiiciiiioti. U. II. I'ltA.KIt. CIKO. WKIIKIt, 1'IIKSIHKN.T. llAHWIIilt, J. T. THATCHER, M. D. IIOMfEOPATIIIST AND SURGEON, OKKflON, MISSOL'ltl, OFI'ICK. .At reslilenei'. two iloors north J. .V. Kceves's Htoro-j formerly re.ihlciicu ut iasm urcn. A. OOSI.l.V, M. K. O.A, riKIIK.NllAUM,A,M.,Sl.ll GoHlin & Fiegeiilmiiin, PHYSICIANS A N I) SURGEONS, OUKdON, Ml). OI'r"ICK-()iieilior smith of Dank, iii.stnlrs CLA1UC PHILBIttCK, FAHIIIONAIII.K BARBER anil HAIR CUTTER, OREGON, MO. West Bhle Viibllo Hiiuare. ltcsiiectfnlly fit vltes tho ialrminRii nt those havliiK unyihliiK In the lliirbcr,' llnlr-t'atlliig or BuumtHjouhii: Utic. W. J. KEA, The Cheapest and Best PHOTOGRAPHER IN Till! GITV. FOURTH AND EDMOND STREETS, HT. JONEPII, MM. DICK. BUIS, Will niy Iho liluhrst market I'rlce for GOOD IttTJXES AND HMltHKH, . AT T.HE PETER P0DVANT STABLES, FOUUTH AND ANOKLKJUI5 HTHKKTH, HT. JBHEpn, MO, GEO. W. BELL & CO., 1'ltOl'ltIKTOItH IQ DATTWP WPATUrD WD ID iitiuiii nuuiium uiiuii It Is (iimranteeil u sure nrotcction ugnlimt WIiiiIh, Itiiln nml Dust, It will snyu ten times Its cunts In l'ael uml t'imc ti In a single seuson. besldoi the iiiinoynnoi) ironi ilust. Territory for alu. Agents van Inniclle, It with lets money anil iiihku luntvr proltts tlum uiiy oilier iiateiit In the market. Apply In pe.son or by leltwr to proprietori MtANGIH HKT. MAIN & HBCOND HTItEKTH, ST, JONKPH, MO. CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Trylt when all other yomodias fall and get relief. Huy it of King St Proud, Ore gon i Franco & Co., Forest City. S- IMHPKI.1.. a lirem, rapeil nml throat of Ml-s Nancy Stillwcll of Weston, Mo. He was arre-tcd nnd 1...1 i i i,.,i i.,,, ...i .... i.....i,...i . Sunday night, doiibtedly die. Miss Stillwcll will ini- - ' E-Sksatik TiifitMAN ill a letter to his son says that he cannot Im a candi date for Governor of Ohio under any circumstances; that when ho left the Senate ho made up his mind to retire to private life! and that he has arrived at tho age when a man should stop holding ofllee. There Is u lurking sus- itdon tin t thu red bandana mav yet bo waved ill public, however. EiiviT is about to tuku a long strldu forward in civilization by Iho total abolition of slavery. The Khedive has so forcibly urged tho matter upon thu Council of Ministers that is has liven letermiued that henceforth slave questions are not to be dealt with by the police, but by a department special- Iv created. I.kr Chin, a Chinaman in Chey nne. W. T., having been arrested for ml-cegenatlon for marrvlng a whlto woman, was acquitted mi the ground that the marriage was considered local ii Colorado, where ho was married. Ills compatriots, however, dnclnro that I.ee Chin has disgraced himself iy marrying "MeHcmi" woman, and have "cast linn out.' The amount of beer and whl-ky con sumed lu Ireland during thu last famine year exceeded foriy-slx millions of dollars in value, or nearly ten dol lars n head for every man, woman mid child In tho Island. Tins mav have nothing to do with the poverty and diitress that followed tho failure of the potato crop, but there are tluiMi who will entertain thu opinion that a people who can spend forty-six millions a car for potations, should not put themselves in thu altitude of the wards of tliu world. Thk llrst new wheat of this year'i crop arived in St Louis Juno 9th, have lug been shipped from Fort Worth lcxas, Juno l. Tho wheat was sound and dry, bu.t of small berry, Ihoiigl readily inspecting No.!! red winter This cur of wheat was auctioned off at tho c.ill, and was sold at the fancy price of SI. 60 per bushel, Geo Main, for tho Atlantic Milling Com pany, being tho buyer. Last year th llrst now wheat came to hand May 29 having been shlppud from Fort WortI also. Tiik .'tiir-routu peimlu aro p!aylu tho game of bluff . They threaten, If tlie proceedings against them aru not stopped, to make disclosures which may Injure those whom thuy choose to consider their persecutors. They as son mat a largo sum ot money con iriuuieu oy siar-rnuto contractors was used in thu Indiana campaign 'mt year, and Dorsoy has a man ready to swear to the amount nud the manner In which it was used. Why tho prosecution should be stopped on this account is not vorf clear. If the money was Im properly used that star-route rascals and Dorsoy nnd his fellows sire mainly responsible tbcrolor. Sof'. parties with no good motives have boon industriously circulating u runioof want of harmony and good fcclig between Secretary Dlulno and thPrcsldcnt. This rumor has, not the slpitcst ioundation. Tho President lift tlie utmost fair and trust In Se civtary Blalno, nniHWr latter's course as Soeretary of Statojms done much to eonflilir the- .food opinion which tho esldent Iwi always entertained of in. 'iho busybodies and mischief- inkers havo also tried to make it ap- oarthat Secretary Ulaine has inter red III matters which did not concern Ills ora'co. This Is authoritatively Uoni ed, and It is as Authoritatively assorted that Mr. Ulair.o has been very eare fill to keep strictly within the dutlos of his owti office, and as careful not toj ..... . ' . luiuiuwui uny miviue tvuiiinouver W President Garllold, I hare had tho llvor comila!nt twenty, live years and my bloud bucaiuo poisoned, andnbeusses formed on my limb, Uu of them at ono time, and discharged llko ulcers, Was given up to tlio by sixteen difforcnt doctotB. Twolro bottles ),. R, V, G, has caused all soies to fill with new llesh and heal; I am thirty pounds h.avlor In flesh than I ever was, and sound and well ; age 47. D. R. V. G. saved my life. Mrs, C. Waskeflold, Agan Uloek, Syracuse, N. Y. A! cut the t ... Oh, What ACouohl. Will yon heed the warnliiir. The sig nal perhaps of tho sure approach of that more turriiiio iisen-u Cousumiitioii. Auk vn ii'.iilvi4 If vi.n ", i, iiffniii fin. il, . Milk. i .if Kiivlllfr Till i.la. . In vim It,,, t-uL tun! do nothing for It. Wo know from cxperluce that tihlloh's Cure will Curu Ciuigli. It never fails. This explains wnv iiiiici, i inn n .1 mi iiiiiii. u win... sold the past year. It relievos Croup, and Whooping Cough, atjoneo. Mothers do not bo without It. For Lanio Hack, Side, or Chest, use Shlloh's Porous Piaster. Sold by. T. S. Hlnde, Oregon pill. WHY WE ARE KEPT BUSY I Appreciating thu fact that largo pat- oiiago awaits thu llrm prepared for supplyinr the varied needs and demands of those conteinp'allng building, w mvo delorinlued to keep up the Larg- st assortment of Pino Liinibor, ami all classes of llulldur's Matoila's. Iherebv Uallng fairly ami guno'-ously with thu people, mid steadily working toward thu attainment ot the cud that all who onio may be served and satisfied. Coino mid see what wo can do. Come and sou what wu are doing, Como and see what wo intend to do and Judge for yourselves whether our advantages are equalled by any of er firm in Holt cotiulv. HOBLITZELL & PlfiKSTON, OREGON, MO. c HIC AGO PITTS! xtli wnsonof Hid oM rollaMo "Clilrnira ;!;p"mi'i"ft,;s??n'.y.te 'lllll? Hrnn UKIIIIIO I1II1T MacbtnsUut thrMbea ninUn.. Aarah.ldh oiali, S ''. ."llciuro Pill" Doulilo Pinion ItMtaUd llrcl'wwn are tho ttii In IJU mrUL BUCK HAWK If Ton want TTbrator, bnr nur Blark Ilnwfc. In Uw nurkcl.li.vlw n .u, .,i mo.. of l. .1. how Toiwe. UgUtr iWY arirt M. :JmU.Ti3 nou iwhinical. itnaiiii!iitly nlll tmx aliaVo motion lo piece. rWo.lv tftl. IWoU llmii all In TRACTION ENGINES liialull Wi" wateMubo bolUx. I'(Mir WBHMan UNUT. lOkxIiriDKofaodimentTlia Wutfr lilwrnrc la aliniM.lMi. m'tilatlnnhrxrrri. IllHaliKiluteljrMfo.m'lKlia iHri j' awu ir ir.a nun any Sbor of tlio raiiio alia. It bum. atraw, coai. or wool. It Kllca inoro i.cr with it-M can, ana aimiuuiy uamgtr Jrmn trphnlom. M. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. anl.Jnrsont. CHICACO.ILU Q 0 "Prejiidlce Kills "Elovou years our daughter suffered on a bed of mlsory undor the care of several of tbu best (mid io:i)u of tho worst) physicians, who gavo her dis. ease various names but no relief, and now she is restored to us In good health by as almplo a remedy as Hop Hitters, that wo had poohod at for two years, before using It. We earnestly hope and pray that no one else will let their slek suffer as wo did, on account of prejudice against so good a medicine as Hop Hlttors.-Tlio Paruiiti, Tlftl V Ml vm S. lam a am am patentcd jtmm Will" II MloHfcain Ahbu.. Cht go. IBInol.