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001 1Y1C, JOHN CHINAMAN.
At length n trutUy has boon rntlllcd n-ilth China which empowers our gin mvninent to regulate Chinese iniinigrii Alon. Wo aiu not permitted to prolillitt rthe coming of Chlneso to this country, Bint we enn cut down tlx; number which amy .ship inuy bring. It seems tin Ainnrluiin to take exceptions to any rneo or religion j but thoteellng ngalnut lho Cliluc.so, wherever they nro best known, Is so Intense, that both pin tles in Congress have been influenced by this rneo jealousy, to ngreo In practical ly excluding the advent of I'nlnro linnil-' grant Chinese to onr shores. Wo have had and shall have enough of trouble In dealing with the African, without hav ing n Mongolian question to meet. The Chinese are a patient, frugal, hard working people i but they practice abomnable vices, and Chinatown In tan l'rnncl$eo is probably the foulest iind'inoct oflVii?ivo spot on the Ameri can continent. Cood bye, John t Wl l 1 ) K 1'A 1 t TM KNT. AtUIITANT CKNKHAI.'.S Ol'KICK, Washington, May 15, 1881. Ciieular. There being now pending in this de partment a great numbers of volunteer pension claims which cannot be satis factorily vtrilled for want of Informa tion which missing reeoiils of dlciu ti.iued volunteer commands would af ford, and it having transpired m many Instances that ollleors of the late volun teer services have still in their posses sion or under their cntiliol books and other ree ids peilaiuing to their corps, divisions, brigades, legnuents, and coin panics, their atteuilon is called to the fact that ail Mich book and records should be deposited wilh thlsoUJcc, and Ihey are earnestly requested to cause the same to be forwarded wltnout delay to the Adjutant (icnerulof the Army at Washington, District of Columbia. Xo expense, oilier than postage, or proper expense charges (when packa ges exceed four pounds, the limit for mail parcels), can be p.ild by the (iov eminent. In the interest of the great number of widows, orphans, anil disabled soldiers whoso claims are involved, the newspa pers of the country are requested to give the Mibtance oMlils circular the great est puldieity. Hy Order of the Seeretnrv of War : It. C. Dnuv. OI'KICIA!.. AdJ't General. A. W. WlCKKIISTO.V, Ash't AdJ't General. Tiik small pox- exclteineiit In Kansas 'City has reached mcli a stage that eonipulsory vnccinalioii has been or dered, and every man, woman and Wrild In the illy must submit or be fined. This is the cyclone season in Kansas and Nebraska, says the Cincinnati C'uuiuii'irldl. If thu vast naked plains in those States and wot ward of them could be clothed in trees, the destine live movements of the terrible storms that are characteristic of those regions would bu lessened. The Northwest, over which so terrible a winter has Just jtas-cd, wi iild lind an improvement in climate If I'oicstswcro cultivated. I'eo tde are gradual. y becoming Intelligent on this Hihjnet, but they do not gra-p its magnitude. The State governments, (ho railroad corporations and the Na tional government, should co-operate in making forest culture throughout the Wot and Xotthwcnt a matter of ur gency. Tho deserts of North AfMe-v. mid Arabia are the result of the destruc tion of lives; and wo must stop in this country the developments of these can cerous areas of desolation. Dr. Tnl.najo Rejects the Revision. Dr. Tn! mage- declares It will multiply Infidelity, and pronounces thu revision literary bosh. It will never he adopt ed in his church if the fearless ciitlcism if the people speaks out its hilwl. "1 reject ibis revision beentisu it Is a me chanical failure, because thu versu and headings have been auaiidoncd. Here is a paragraph a column mid a half long in tho middle-, of which arc burled the blessed "wurds, Mo-us wept' instead of Handing out in solitude with all their giandeur, pathos, tenderness and om nipotent meaning. 1 reject tho new ersion because of Us amazing triviality. You remember Christ's sermon where Iuj speaks of putting new wine into old bottles. Tho now version Mtbsiilutes tho word skins. Lauglilej'.J '.Show mo a penny said Christ. The ru visor Hay 'show mo a dcuuirloiis,' fLaughler The old translation wis too much for lie .delicacy of our American part of the New Testament Company, Where It vui'H for he was naked,' the Americans ilioso that it should read 'had on his MAider garment only.' Laughter. The juijv version thook-tho faith. of ugrcut multitude in thu lllble and gave a color in tho attacks of infidelity." lie de plored thu circulation of tho statements (hat there nro. 40 errors In King Junius' version rl thu Sermon on thu Mount, ;md lfiojlbo orrors In tin New Testa ir.cnt. KB believed, the revision would miiko tCJlnlHTcls,yrian 38 revisions could reclaim in thu DOS) years of Mo thuzelah, and u lftlf a dozen other Hlb Ileal patriarchs ot great ngu combined, Since it was claimed that thu mistakes corrected were not important he could not sou thu necessity for correctingthoni. Haunted Me. & Dobt, poverty 'and suffering haunted mu for years, caused by a sick family ;md largo bills for doctoring, which did no good, I was completely dlseourug icd, until oho year ago, by tho advice of my pastor, I procured Hop llltturs ml uommcHced their use, and fit ona month wo were all well, mid noito of us buva been sick a day since; and I want say to nil poor men, you can keep yow families well a year with Hop Hit ter) for less than one doctor's visit well cost A Worklngman. DKY GOODS M.S. Faris & Co., Are receiving and opening from dry to day, one of the Larg est, Hnndsomest and Cheapest Stocks of Dry Goods that It has cv?r been their plcasuro to offer to tho public and at prices that defy competition- Their stock Is complcto In every particular including alt the novelties of the season. Remember that wu have not adopted tho 'Department System," thereby detaining onr customers unueeessarially, but de liver t licit goods at once. All tiro Invited to call and seu us, as we will not Lu undersold. ltcm?inbcr the l'lace. M. S. Faris & Co., N. W. Corner 4th & Felix Sts., ST. JOSEPH. The Dutch Mills Will p.ay you the highest price for good FALL WHEAT IN GAS H Wc will also pay THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR WOOL in goods of our own manufacture, which wo warrant to be of the best, material. Wo arc prepared to do custom work in fie bst manner and on short notice eith er grinding, carding or spinning. We have on hand Three Thousand yards of our own make of Woolen goods, which wc will sell Cheap for Cash. 1. XvU'JVXvlT A; SlTVS, Propr's One hull' Mile East, of Oregon, Mo. TIIK THOEOTJG-HBEBD Clydesdale Stallion itar Marquis, Is a beautiful black" with star In forehead, hind anklus white, Iff !M hands high, good head and neck, llroad shoulders, great depth of heart, we I shaped body, short buck, with broad strong hips, with most excellent leg-, anil feet; heavy mane and tail. Kind disposition and line action. Weight in fair condition, I.HIM). Age, I yeais August, l'.itli. 1HS1. IMSDICJIJEE: STAU MAltQlTS bv the Tho .Mariiiis, who was Imported by Thompson Urns. Tim Maripds bv imported Hercules, the winner of many priy.es in Scot land. 1st Dam bv Imported NeiHierly; 2d Dam by Inipnrlrii Severn ; :)d Dam bv Imported Hrown (ieorge; 4tli Dam by Imported Old Clyde, who was inipurt eil bv Win. Warden in 181(1. j 'l'o the farmer, and parties who wou'd like to breed for draft or farming purposes, we would call your attention to tills iiorno. lie will lie permitted to serve a few good mares at the low prico of !?l."i 00 to i tu-iire, payable bv note, at time of .-ervicu.diie in six mouths, note to be void if I the mare proves not to be lu foal. Dae care will be taken to prevent accidents I but will not be responsible should any occur, I Uriah Simmons, (.room. Hoblitzell & Jesse, Proprietors, iciliii Oity ir Pine Lumber. Propose to make Oral;;, Mound City, Miilllaud and Oregon thrir lending shipping Toints this year. Tliey own Four yaids in this county, and buy large quantities ot Pino Lumber get low rates of freight, and dan. r0o:mioie With ttxiy Wtmn They don't promise to ho undersold bv anybody j will duplicate St. Joe. Hills, or any other estimates made by a responsible dealer. Wo also have in stock a full IIhu of DOORS, SASH, mm, LIME, PLASTER PARIS, AM HAIR. It will be to your lutercst to' get our prices before buying. "otip lsiti-ojiinft-e H$olioitol. REEDERS TENifLE 3BS. 3Ei FAWOTIJS'i Oregon, IXo, We Ne I ilia Folluwluu; PIANOS Met Davis & Co,, Emerson & Co., , W, KifldBD, J, P. Hale, uBficvHlKuii'wvillH THE POPULAR W. W. KIMBALL AND SHOfflGEE ORGANS. 1 1 1 Dealer in Sheet Musio and Musical Morohandise, WF SELL ON THE MONTHLY INSTALLMENT PLAN. a -x&a OF MUSIC, We Moll UPRIGHT AND SQUARE PIANOS Ranging in Price from $m upwaiu). URMANS ItANOINCI IN I'ltICK from OI7.no, Upward ALL OVER THE STATE. Thu total espouses of Callaway eouittv lor 1880 were 8I!I.920. Chincli.biigs ro duriinlng crops in tin vicinity of Warrentoli. i Tho residence ot Win. Stout burned at Agency Ford, Mo., and his aged' mother perished in the tiaiyys, Indications are that StVI.ouls will have to sober up. Tho Journeymen , brewers theru uru on a ttrlkn. I Tho fund eomtnlsslotiers li wo tie-1 copied from tiu Hannibal and St. doe railroad $3,090,000 for Usabilities to 1 thu Slate. , Tho Louisiana l'rcs njs Mrs j Dyer, motlier of Col. D. P. Dyer, fell the other day ami broke her arm above the wrist. St. Louis is making grand Ascen sion preparations. Seven iniirdeiers arc under death sentence there and the cud Is not yet. A son of Alderman Miller, of Car thage, was terribly hurt thu other day while out shooting. The breach of his I gun blew out, dilvlng the Irons into hi face and head. John Plillps, wlio wa- arrc-tcd on strong suspicion of having rcecrtly murdered Klijah Keytott, In Saline county, has, it Is said, confessed his crime in a lit of hysterical tri-rs. j A St. Louis divine, eminent enough to haven I). I)., attached to his nam.', declares that those newspapers which 1 do not suppress reports of Ingersoll's ' lectures are enemies of chrl-tlanlty. j The army worm has made Its ap pearance near Ilotistonla, rettis county in grcHt numbers and Is dovouiing everything green. At last accounts' they only covered about half an acre I II. M. Turner nnd T. Porter, the' two medicine men who duped Mr. W. C. Williams Into signing a nolo for $750, were arre-ted In Me.ieo on lu-t Thursday, by .Fumes ltagsdale, after a four dajs search. It. Linn Cave, president of Chris tian I'nivorslty, at Canton, will shortly leave for his new field of labor at Nash vllle, Tenn. Klder J. C. ltevnolds. of j Moberly, lias accepted Una Presidency j of the I'lilversily. j Hannibal has a couple ol respected j ciM.ens, David Partlu and wife, who are j in perfect health, and arc aged respect ively litneiy-ninu ami unity, who have been married sixty-seven years, and have had sixteen shlldrcn. I'tica, in Living-ton county, is just now excited over tho dl-eovery of a mineral well, which their citizens claim to be the biggest thing yet uncart lud. The water has a peculiar smoky tate, similar to that of burnt powder. Jacob French w.s caught in the tumbling shaft of a horse power wood saw, at llnlstciu, the other afternoon, and very severely hurt. Thu Hush on his rigid leg was eonshlorably.laccratctl. and he was otherwise considerably shaken up. Wolves are making serious inroads on sheep-folds in the Venter neighbor- h I, six or seven miles northwest of Wnrrenton. There are several of them and they have been committing depre dations in the iielghboihooil for thu last three weeks. On Monday of last week, incendia ries attempted to burn the Court House at Carrollton. Fortunately the lire was dl-covered In time to put It out before any material damage was done. The court has offered a rewind for the arrest and conviction of tho miscreant. Jesse James wa around interview ing friends and old time acquaintances near Osceola. Hu says (Jeorgu Shep anl, the man who claims to liavo put the notorious train robber under the sod, only tired one shut at him and then wheeled his horse ami run llku a white head. Ho claims to bo conifsrtably lo ratod in New Mexico, where he has a large stock ratiehu. Kansas City, not to lio outdone by other cities, had an old-fiishloncd cy elouo last Saturday evening. The first warning of thu storm was a funnel shaped cloud which struek a five story building on Union Avenue opposite tha Union Depot, completely demolishing it and .Tat line's foundry. Tho damage was estimated at !?76,000. Only one person, a lady, was badly injured A bundle, of potrllle.l snakes were found three miles southwest from Milan. The snakes, govcral in number, had ev idently engaged In mortal combat, and died holding to otto another, as thu heads of three can be seen In that con dition, whllu their. bodies were twined and lutoi twined until a knotty mass was formed, not easy to trace or num ber. Three heads, however, can bo ! seen, each Holding to the body of an other, which Is their mode of fighting. It MustBn So. Tor all wlio use Brown's Pepsin Ton ic, siiv it is a sure euro tor Dyspepsia nnd hiek lleailaelio. Try it, l or sale by T. It. Ilimle, Kln-r & lVouil. Oie ''011. SimptoH & .Muir & Kdanlbal lllgelow. aIii.Hanhai.i, s lielleveilUy wellIn. formcil persons lu H'nsliliif;'"'! t' b(i working quietly to prevent the orgaui zutloii of the new House of Itepreviita lives liy the ItepulilleaiiN. Ho is now mijiaKed in nientiiirlii oijt the elerknlilpri jiuil ehainiiaiiblilp.s that are relieil iipuu to separate members who have been eoiintou" for thu ltepiiblleans from that party, ami Is credited with the exultant remark that ail now depends upon the vote of the How J. Hyatt Smith. Micro Mr, Smith Is eo well known as In this locality, Mr. ItnudiiH's sorouo confidence that ho will go into n vulgar dicker of this kind will bo rosoulod by ninny as insulting to tho New York Itejireseu tatlve X Jr. Tribune, LAP OF HERSHBERGER OTiIOOJOlTV MO, Don't Take Our Word for It, I ! i Uut.eonie ami see. A large u, Well selected stock bought for Cu' 1 to be sold at prices that will la1 for its. Tlntr Innrlo Hts and Caps, .Quoensware, Glassware, Hardware Groceries; Boots, Shoes, Clothing, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS We are Agents for tho Colubrtitcd CHAMPION REAPER AND MOWER Space forbids even even an attempt at what wo carry. Hut we have the goods everything you want at prices that speak for themselves. Produce taken in exchange for goods at market prices. HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON, Oregon Mo. LEAVE Your FOR AGRICULTURAL Barnes & NEW M. E. Herbert & Co. In their New (Juarlers at Have the Laws', Itc-t and Most BeujifuL Li I eof Qa$ F'xTufes In St. Joseph, to which they invite especial attention. They nro skilled I'iumoers ami (!ns Fitters, and guarantee any work tliey do to be as good as tho best. They also have a complete line of Iron mill Wooden Pumps When in want of anything in their lino re- i member the place, (ill! Felix Street, and t lit linn, IMI. IB. ZE3Z!HjIRIBIEjJET & CO. A. H. SAXTON. SAXTON & Jewelers, Jewelers, AVIIOI.USAl.t: AN l IIIITAII. DUAI.KIIS IX Fine Watches, Rich Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Silver Plated Ware, French and American Clocks, Opera Glasses, Spectacles, In f.n t rverjllilnir iierlnlnliiK lotlir.lrwilry liMile, We shall oiler extra Imliircinrnts In tnir t liasrrs the riinihiK season. A l-ll of lli-iriiloii IspMeinleil In all. Von will llnil It to Jimr no, i, si , ,.,,m ,,, . u oi iof iii.inoiK jour nilirs are innrh lowrr than last sea-nil. AU l-ooi e.l. Kiiarin ln. re.:ilrl.i nf line watrhrs mi, jewelry, a si,ei'lalt hy ctinplleiil work"iurn. ami , wnrraiittMl In kIu sallsliicthni, wci l'Vllx Slrret. HaMmiVs llloek. hrtwet'ii Klltli ami Sixth, St. .losrph, Mo. LOADED Down w Guards. THE CAKGO I I LL AND COUPLE I E AIL SAILS SET TO CATCH THE POPULAR BREEZE! Corsaut fc Meyer's OHKAT r- CLOTHING SHIP Always Loads In The Itaeo Aiul Is MI1h A1imh1 oi'Al Coinp,ulItion. We aro now beforo the lieople of Holt County with a largo find very at tractive Block of Heady Matlo Clothiu2, Hals, Caps, Hoots, shoes, Cents Furnish lug (Joods, Trunks, Vi'dlses, etc. Will make prlcos so low 11s to niako It nn Indu omentforyou to gjv;o us your patromige. l.leasu call and exaniinu our stock liefo.o pni'eha8lug. CORSAUT &c METER, Remember, GLENN'S PRICK BLOCK, Main St. MOUND CITY, MP- LUXURY .A.rjr & ANDERSON'S Wnfinno Orders Implements:: use AT Collison's POINT. R. U. HENDRICK HENDRICK, iniii ii.isi s, ir we inriiii n 11,11 we say, 11 11 onr , s warmntn ns renresei t. or nmnev rrr.iini. --m-mmm Pepsin, Rhubarb, Mandrake & Gculian .Am the no'lve Incrcdlents of llrowti's i 'eli.-in 'Tonic, (iive this womlcrlul Dyspclaivmcdy a trial nnd lie cured For sale by all -iilrunelsts lu Orciroti, & lllgelow and by West & Young, Forbes. The American Revised Nnw Testament l The Literary llevolntion I (.prompt with its edition of lbs Itevised Testa ment. The llrili-li monopolists "mi- ' chained" their edition nn the morning of Mav'JDlh. ami at K ISO P. M., thu Mime day, the American edition w-.n I all lu type, and of the various editions of the entire Tesiiiiueiit and the (fo- i pels published sepaiatelv as many as .oO.ikii) copies a day wllf lie manufact ured till the d.-iuuiid is met. The ' iiriccs t'or the very handsome editions, in type nearlv do'uble the sie of tin' llritish cdiiton, are as follows: Tlie New Teslainent complete for 10 'cents. Tiie tiospels complete for 7 'cents. The (impel separately, each ' for '.' cciils. And in various lirins,and st vies, up to full Turkey Morocco, .gilt ' edges, lor the new aiid'old ersions on pages facing tor .M,oO, ' Thi- edition is for sulo by the leading liook-seders of the I lined Males, .or I hey will be sent bv mall on receipt of price. Liberal terms are allowed ( I clubs, Adiliess, Ameiieall Itook Mv change, "ill Hroadwav. New York. I Brown's Blackberry And Ginger Should be In everg hoii-e during the heated season. It never fails to cure Diairhoca, Dysentery and Cholera Morbus. Farsille by 'P. S. HlndovA: King iV: Proud Oregon, Slinp-oii & Mulr & IMallihalc lllgelow and 'u-t & ! Young Foibes. It was a proud day for old Fred Douglas when lie delivered I lie Decoration-Day address at Harper's l'eny and reef ived the congratulations of the at torney who pro-ccutcil John lirown. After sixteen years con-taut niU'ering D. K. V. (!. cured me o!" Dx-pep-ia. it. A. P.onia, Cashier Xew York .Stale Hank ing Co., Syiaettse, N. . (iuarnlccd by .all Dru'gils. i Onl.T of INtblirntion. STATIC 01' MlSSDI'ltl : I cot xn or inii.i i III die 'In ii II ('unit n villi I'mitity, Anii-t iitiii, in." i. The Slule tit Missouri lit tin- rt'tatliin Hint to flu use til SiiiniH'l W. Morrison, I'ollci'lor of Iliu Ki'M'iiiieiiriioii ennui), Mo., riaintiir, vs. I I'likiiiiwn I )v iters. At tills ilav eoliii'S Hie rinliitllt ln-ii'ln, tiv Its i iilltirney. Iiffore Hie iiinlfrslKiii'il CIitI; of the i In-ill t Court In Viifiillon, mill llles his pi-tllieu unit iillliliivll -tilling iiniiiiii: ntlii'i' iIiIiil's Hint I the liiiiaes nftlie OHIU'is of alil rent t'-lulr art- 1 iii.bn.iiiii lti..l ...! 1....... I I I., in. know n. Ilialiiuil Is are of n i iinl In viM iMimt) for saM lots, nor Is l;ilntl!f :i )'i our mii't in iittu i ite uiu'rruoouis, or ine rvsi tli'iii'i's of -alii itnloiiiu'ii iiuiiers. 'llial tin' I'tiii'-t ells I v s 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 j i : 1 1 1 y ha- soM saltl lots to -alii iinkiinwii lollies mill liai no cluliti or IntiTt'st llii-relli iinl Unit -alii nunrrs raiiiiul lie -iiinoiii il In Mils rail"'. V 1 1 1 r i " 1 1 .t n i It I- mili'ieil liv Hie l Icik that sahl ili'frhilaiits lie iiulltli'd hy luilillcallou thai I'lnllillll lia-i'oiiiiiii'iu'uil -nit ui;:iliik tlu ni liithls oiui the iilijci'i vail general nature of ulih'li Is to rifoM'i of sahl Di feiiilaiils the Mini ol -III SI I'lalmi'il to lie line ilalntllf as hart taxes for tile r.irs Is'ia. IsTo. Is;i, 1-7.', tsra anil l;l on lot 'jii '.ork 'J- ; mill ror vrars I..7I. IsTS anil lv;ii on lots :i:, -n. ami m tiiork '.'.',; unit lor .wars lti;;, s;s ami IsT'i on Nils , 'Jii.STiiml 'Js In hlork '.'. all In I'ni'r.si rin, 1 (oil county, .MNsoml, Anil that niilr.ss Ihr -,ilil unknown ntvurr In. mill niijirar al llils Coins at Hie lirM Term thri-vor, In he hr.'llli mill hohh'ii nl I Int CiiiiiI llmix'. In the tit) ol llii'oii, In silil I'oiinly. mi tin. L-.M il.i of Alien! nrl. mnl on or hrforr Hie siMli ilny of sahl Term, answer or pli'ail to the inlltlon In -.ilil cause, tin- sjnie ulll he takrii us i ontessril. mnl jniliaiu'iil will hr ri'hilrrril aironllnaly. Ami II Is fnthrr onlcrt'il, that a copy lirirof he inihllslii cl m coihii: to law In Tiik CiiI'NTV I'.Vi'KIl for four weeks siicrrsslvelv the last In srrlhin In he at Irat lour vt eks lirfoie the llrst iliiy of saltl trim. : it. si'i!iN(ii:i!. T. ('. Ill'NO XX. I'l.KlIK, Alioi'iiuy for I'lalnlllT I Order of Publication. I Till: stati: or missvi ki . , ii'i.tit nr 1 i,t 1. 1 ; , In thu Circuit ('unit nl sahl Ciiiinlv. Anuitsi I 'I rrni, Issl. j The St.Vo of Mitsumi al the relation 1111.I to lho use of S.nniii'l W. Morrison, Cnllerlnr of tile 1 Iti'M'liar of Holt (.'onnly, JIo I'lnllillll, I ' s, I .laroh Wall, Clark- Irvine. William Cnlie ami mikimwn heirs of Hrlllali Vr;is. At tills ila eoinrslhr I'lalnllll lirrrln, hv lis , ntlnriiey. hi foie Ihenmli'isk'ni il Clerk of suhl , ( nun In varatlon, ami llles lis ieilllon ami ntll- iliull slating linn. 11;; nlliir lhlii(.-, that -alii laml 1 I'lilneil and ont'linilly brlrmirril In nne , Uiillah Ciali:. who ill.-il sf zeil of same; 1 1 1 ; 1 1 ! a purl of Ihr lieli- sol, I sahl laml ami that llirrn arr oilier heirs of sahl lirlllah Crma who have , soine Interest In -ahl laml In ainoiml ami nlian I lll inikiniwn In Ihr plalitllt 1 iihtl that (lie 1 11, liars an, I irsiiieiitvsiii s.il,l heirs are unknown I In pl.ilnlilf ; ami that sahl unknown heirs raii- lint he similHone'l In llilsrau-r. I Wlirreiipon II Is nnlrieil ,v the Clerk that sahlilrfrmlalsliuiiollllril lt pnhllealloii, th.lt I I'hiliillfl lias fniiihiriiml a -ml awilnst thrm 01 mis t ouri. 11111 oojrri anil crnrrill lliitllie nl ttlileli Is in rrrturr of sahl ilrlrlnlants the sum of SI5..W, t lalmril In lie line pkilnlilt as hark .i,.s for tin. v, ,ri u--. is-.V ti-- ti-j ,, 1 .'.',s.1 1 :. '! ''1'."? '!'' Il" ",.",i C'" ' '1 . V..!; .T.1. ',r, .'" e!Vi" u'ou'.'isilin m.f !.,?' ' " . riM :. (f?.'.' H " "' .'JP 111.. . ""S" It'll I ) -.-M-tlll 1 I" Ih'lt I'lmiity, Mlsniiirl (UiJ, Allll Hint lllllrss Ihr suhl iinhiwtuii lii.tt-n of lirlllah CnilK he, ami npiirar at llils Court lit the next term tlicrrn.'. In he liemm ami liohlcii at the Coiut House, In Ihr illy of Oregon, la ahl C'oniily tm the s-.M ilay nf Awcnst next; ami mi or heron- die sixth ilav of sahl Term, aiiswernr plrail In Hie 1'utlllon In sahl f.iiisc. tin' Mime will hr takrn as ionfrs.nl, ami jiiiIk 111111I will hr irmlerril mciiiilliih, A111llllst111iheronlrre1lll1.it a imrtv hrrrot hv imhlisiiiii iiroiilina to law In Tin: 'Coii.ntv I'.M'iat for lour wrels sueres.Urlv. the last In sritlon to he al Iras) Niir weeks liefniti (lie llr-t tla i.f .said U 1 111. , ,, w. ii.xritixoKit. I'. C. Drxf.AN. (,'i.i:iik. Atloiney for I'lalhtllf. j We have a speedy I ami positive Cure, for Catarrh Dlph. 1 htherla, Canker mouth and Head Acini, j lu shiloh's Catarrh Itoniedy A nasal uijeeior see wan eaeii Dottle. I'se it If you desire health and sweiH breath. I'rlee .10 ets. Sold by. T. S. Hindu Oregon, Mo. A The ll'iiri tii,i,l llrst Jlnllrlno f icr Mtl. 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