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ssqm ragae jMT",y "Ej"T3 Jft FOREST CIT"Y"3 MO3 Have received a Seasonable jKnlico. .5c per yard Dress floods, Fashionable Sh ies, 10c per yard. Men's Heavy Boots, 1.50 pair. Boys Heavy Boots, 1.00 per pair. Woman's Heavy Shoes, 90c per pair. 7 lbs Good Coffee 1.00 CLOTHING AT ST. JOE PRICES AND LESS. Ail other goods will be sold correspondingly low 'We mean bnsiness and will sell goods as Cheap or Cheaper than any house in the county. Will buy Corn and all kinds of Produce at market prices. Give us a call and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. GROVES & FERGUSON, Forest City, Mo. tup COUNTY PAPER, DOUG'S. & WALLKH oitiaioN, MO. Entered at the l'oitoIHce at Oregon, Mo., iccond'Clau matter. Terms of Subscription: TVTO DOLIilltS A YE.VU IN AUVAHCE. FIlIDY,KirriOtl)l',Il 'ill, 1881. CQXFEDIHt ATH LUNATICS . There iiro somo Confederate lunatics yet living who aro as roil-liot mid ruck- 'less lis ovor,. Thoro was n reunion of ihem, mostly from Missouri, held on tho 10th ult. at Dallas, Texas, to com memorate thu battle ot Oak Hill, other .wise called tho battlo of Wilson's Creek Tho Confederates always claimed a vie My In tins' action, although they wcro ,drivon from their strong position, were forced to burn their baggagu wngons and tents, and only escaped destruction by u superiority of three to one. How- ..over, if tho UotiJWleratos pleaso to re gard the result a a victory, this is a 'free country, and thoy aro ct liberty to make asses of themselves as they did ,on tho 10th at Dallas. The main and ;nost ferocious speech was enunciated .by ono Captaiu Grigsby, who declared ,tliat ho did not synipathlzo with l'rcsi- .dent Garfield in his misfortune. Ho wasn't, as bo remarked, ' that kind of a man." Indeed thu tomporaturo ,of .urigsnys speccli beenmo so aititudl nous that hcjvas advised to tone it .down," and not " to mlnglo confusion ,with his talk" ; but ho Indignantly dls jegarded the hint, and, in fact, mingled .moro confusion wth his .talk than ever: ."If you will teach mo," screamed Grigs- by, "by somo melodious sonnet, sung Jry flaming tongues above, to temper .tho trutli, it might possibly bo done.' .The .flaming tongues failing to furnish tho melodious sonnut, Grigsby went on bo outrageously tjiut ho was again ad vised "to cut it short," and ho did so ttbueauso ho wanted to; but becauso as ho.sald "his heart upheaved with ,811011 loreo anu power that ho was not nlo to express himself." "I feel my mill," cried Grigsby, "growing with the grandeur of my themo-a thomo so jnnjestlo- and go .able to cement hearts .among women and bonds among men." And then .Grigsby took a seat, and pon 's'ibly n drink. Wo shoU llko to kuow liow many "of tho (Grigsby breed aro left In tho South, and how soon, by tho op eration of natural cause, thoy may be texpected to dio off. Very soon, we Lope, for they nro great bores. Wo do .do not bollovo that thoy either fire or frighten .anybody, but thoy remind us of a loqllshuess which wo wish to for fllt It'll 1 1 1. .1 . lm .. 1 1 1 1 . vv' v". " luu ou,uu hiuu uiey post wone tuat absoluto era of good feeling Jand reconciliation which iSjboth possUt,,u 1resltlont was a dead shot and sat lo and desirable. But .thoy will all disappear in time, and In no Jmg time ciinerj anu tno next generation .will. ,wo trust, know nothing of them .except jiiirougu tra,aition. Ah! what a happy South it will bo whe,n thp lat t Gr'igsby ias taken Vis last drink,' yollcd his Jast speccli, and boon gathered to his once jpry lopiiuijers. says. It is qxiitp top common for many of ,er.en the better educated and moro in plllgentjplassn enlighteiicd Ameri ca, to speak eontemptiiously of tho (Jews. TJiis'ls all wr,png. s araeo, (thelr numbers orp by no means inslg vniflcant. It has been computed that thoy number thiougbout tho wordover ,C,000,000. Of thib immbpr 5,666',OOu Jive In Eurpo ; )80,000 In Asia, 100,000 ,'ba Africa, 00,000 In America, and 200, ,000 in Australia. ' They aro keon trad ers and Industrious, thrifty, law-abiding fihizoui, It((s'ftminvi3ual tng to'fiiid ,pne 9f hoiu(jn our prisons. They are .flprer pipppj. Their wealth has.bsen proverbial for centuries. In business Iwy ftrolose and shrewd, 'exacting tho Itlcpnt, Ifui In' tlielr hours' of reeroa jtlpo, none are more libera or generous. A class they aro tmo to their tradi !tlons j?d race, and In their doalinca ,wlth .'pp another provo conoluslvofy jthat "bpods tiickor than water." It Is ftmusjng to, watch thp editorials ,of som,e tpf ur lefwllng metropolitan .dailies in p'st,' .When tho rresi .derit.is reported .better they denounce ,b tfalwirta In (nm.oasured terms, but .vhen,he,l's.iepqcd!as being very criti cal, thep.wholo columns of taffy will.bo .jflvBQ Mr. Arthur) carefully selected Micnn;.u.-8 HOUUOlt. Over eight hundred persons havo probably perished lit the terrible forost llros which have raged In tho State of Miehigau within the past week or two. An immonso amount of property has been destroyed and thousands of fami lies have been remloied homeless. Ap plications have been made mid liberal contributions should be made by tlo who are able to give. Latest information from the tcnlblo tragedy in Tuscula, Sanilac and Huron counties proves that the town of lladax, Verona, Forest Buy, ltiehinondvllle, Charleston, Anderson, Deckorvlllu, Hairlsonville midjaudusky have been totally destroyed; and Port Hope, Min den mid Ubloy partly so. Near Mindon.iti Sanilac county, over two hundred persons aro known to have been burned to doalh. Dead bodies, for tho most part unrecognizable, aro bci,13 brought into Sandusky from all directions gentleman, who was in Sanilac county at the time of tho firo saw four teen dead bodies brought into Sand Beach. Tiey woro simply a blackened and shapeless mats, and in oniy a few cases could ago or sex bo determined. In somo places ho saw entire families reduced to an undistingulshablo heap of toasted and blackened blocks of flesh. IHE special election in tho Second Congressional District of Maine, held a week ago last Monday, to fill the va cancy made by tho promotion of Mr Frye to the Senate, resulted in tho olec Hon of Mr. Nelson Dlngloy, tho Repub lican candUlato by a majority of G,000 Tho Democratic condldate. Franklin Hold, withdrew, and the Grcenbaekers and Democrats united unon Jinl Washington Gilbert. They had hones of carrying th j district, as at tho elec tion last year Mr. Fryo carried it ovor Mr. Fogg, Fusionlst. by only 2,075 ma jorityi At the special election just held tho Republicans seemed to havo recovered lost ground and made large ains. J nt veterans of tho war are passing awaj. iast weok tho name of General Abroso h. Burnsido was added to the number of tboso who havo pitched the! luiuo on mu oiner sine, lie died nt Bristol, Ithodo Island, of spasms of tho neart. ills death was sudden and un expected. Mr. UurnsidoVrjolitical ex- ponenco was embraaed in tho three an nual term as Governor ot Ktiodols land, o.toiuUn frm 1806 to 1808 in elusive, ami one full term as United oiaiesj .-senator, ironi 1876 to 1881. Ho was re-elected without opposition last winior lor a lull term of six years, and iiiuuuiiauiiiiuuuy a senator ot tho un! u-ii amies at tno time of his death. limy organized a debating club in wadwooa last week. Tho fact that Willi two revolvers in his hands knnt tno society m comparative quiet while tho questions "Ought a flush royal to neat lour nccsi"' and "Is it wicked to jyucn Mexicans on Sunday?" wcro do bated. Hut when thoy tackled the ques .I....' ltf .L . n . iiuu -uiigiH j on 10 nro wnon a mnu reaches for his hip pocket, or aro you i t i . t. . . 1 uoiujn 10 wait ami sqo whether it's a ro; volver or whlskuy bottle he's drawin came up, tiio president couldn't control thorn und il.vo funerals wcro tho result The Ohio campaign was openo:l last Saturday by Senator Sherman at Mans field. Thp Senator made a speech of tho kind of which ho has long been fa mousstrong in argumpnt iiud full of facts and calculations to show why thp Republican party shou Id bo rotained in power in the Stato and in thu nation, The campaign, though short, is waxing warm as tho day (of election drays near. ' Tjie . Black HlUs Z'eWsays: "Crow Dog appeared with hlsounsol, A. J. riowman, beforo Unltcd'states q9m mlsioiior Wiwhabaugh for prejlmlnary examination on complaint filed, accus ing him of murder of Spotted 'I'all. Do fondant waived preliminary examina tion and departed to' tho cooler to'await thp action ol tho Grand Jury. Cjow Dog Jms nono of tho villainous look in his mako up twu had expected to 'sec. He conies an arrow point in his loft lung that is anything but a ploasant cqifipanioi. Ills right arm has bp'en broken and sliattorod by bullets to sm-ii an extent that it Is withoacd and almost useless." Ip Guiteau had stolon a iniilo in Texas whoro would ho havo been now P m stock of Pjjjj NEW CLOTHING HOUSE" i i m H. B. KETCHAM, Proprietor. Felix Street, Between Thirdand Fourth S,T. JOSEPH, MO, At old Stand of Townsnnd Wyntt & Co. HATS, CAP! FBHIi GOODS, 33. 335l3ai3, Wo aro now rceeivlns and offcrlne over brought to this Market. Made and ionable manner, equal to any custom made work ; all of which will bo sold at jowest for cash. We would bo pleased to have clothing, to call on us and examine our aro confident our good and prices will civo H. B. KETCHAM, FROM SCHULTE BROS. (READ THE DECLARATIONS We havo now on hand a complete stock Screw Fastened of all sizes. Warranted in MATERIAL buy tho above stock can show that goods did not do ;;ood service on account of interlnrlty of stock, tho money will bo refunded to them: and if goods ot the auovo maKo rip, wo will nave tliem repaired free of charge. CLOTHiira- for Summer and Fall wearing at cost and Fifty. Cents. JUST RECEIVED VBg a nico lino of Baby's, Boy's and Men's "Henry Stewart" is now in our line business, and wo can nnu tried machine, nt as low a pneo as thoy can bo purchased anvwhoro. Sam plo mauhinu always on hand and Mr. l'hll Schulto Is nlwayd ivndy to show the good qualities of the machine; wo also kiop needles and best oil. We can also S3iul lor nny parts desired. o also have mm UAltllJlllu Ultl UUUa. WestSi.de Pnblic Square, The Dutch Mills Will pay you the highest price for good FALL WHEAT IN GASH Wo will ulso pay THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR WOOL in goods of our own manufacture, which we warrant to be of the best material. We are prepared to do custom work in the best 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 we will sell Cheap for Cash. X. ICXJIVI-iEJJL. Ac SSOIVS, Propr'H Ono luilf Mile East of Oregon, Mo. A. M. SAXT0N. SAXTOSH & Jewelers, Jewelers, VIloI,:8AtJ3 and hutaii, duai.khh in FjnWatches, Rich Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Silver Plated Ware. Frenoh an American Clocks. Opera Glasses, Spectacles, iilif'1 .WfJ'tliliin liortalnliitf to, tho .tawdry trade. Wo slmllottor extra Inducements to nur. f 'tter! !,le "0B8OH. , A visit ot Inspection Is extended to nil. Yon win alt to win? ! .." "!!V."."U "U'ptook lictoro innkliiK your purulmsen, tor wo menu wliut 1VH H.-1V. tllllE HHP IHlaex UtD lllllc-ll IllU'l-r thfili lnt.1 .,,, J"';iiii'j to kIvo nutlsluction, . Vf: iV",f5t.rr'"?f'.,'L" .V.' 110 !Vtc.1!e.''. . WlfltfiF GO 0 (IB AXtiimgrei-. the largest and finest stock of Clothlntr trimmed in tho Most Stylish and Fash Prices visitors ironi Holt emintv. wnntlnrr goods ard prices before bnviiiL'. as wo satisfaction. St. Joseph Mo. of the celebrate! M. '0. Wells & Co's Boots and Shoes, and WORKMANSHIP- If parties who carriage. Light Sum mer Co Fino Hats, to be sold at low prices. The Sewing Machine supply all parties with this tlino-tested somo very nice Jewelry. Everybody OREGON, MO- R. U. HENDRICK HENDRSeSC, All foods wnrrunted as reprewntcd, or money refund- -1 linn Ktwnlrv.it miAi'lultv u i.nnn. -ir... i , if..Ti u..' . "d' . v,..!'l ".'-''iiipeiem worKinen. una CWJ i't-llx Street, Saxtoit's Ulock, Uvtween X-'lltU and Hlxtli iewclry. a speclulty, ly competent workmen. Viud The Ohio river Is lower now than for years. At Cincinnati there is only two feet ol water, foul teen ini lios at Heel ing and three Indies at I'lltslmrg. Be of Good Cheer. There is one remedy which has prov ed itself. t'i be a jiricele-s boon and a truo friend to wiiffering humanity. It has saved thousands of nervous, ileblll tilted, headachiiig nioitals to lives of useliiinoss and tho full enjoyment of ro bust health. If you nro weak, nervous and debilitated or suffer from indices. tloii mid dyspepsia, you make a serious mistake ami do yotir.clf great Injustlco If you full to try this excellent medi cine. You will And it a perfect pana cea for ail your troubles. In a fuw weeks time your shattered nervous sys tem wdl bo restored to a iiiiturnl and healthful condition, all s.Miiptoms of dvsnepsia and liuliircstlon disaimeaiv ami t ho no'Mbilitv ot naralvs s. nim-J ploxv, and other ifisorders" that load to Midden death, will bo removed foivver. Tins meritorious compound is a prepa ration of Iron Unit does not give head ache or blacken the teeth, it Is called Biiowk'3 Iitox ISrrriiits. Demand it of your druggist, and taku no substitute. It will jjivo tho greatest satisfaction, for its effeets aro lasting, anu not tempora ly, as Is tho ease with alcoholic prepa rations. Krowu's iron liltters contains no alcohol. Kxquiueu. Elections occur this fall in New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Mis sisidppl. The only stato oillcer elected in l'entisylvauia is treasurer. In rsew York a full state ticket is elected except Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, to gether with meiubu's of the Legislature and four Congressmen. Full state tick ets and legis ators are to be elected in Virginia, Mississippi and Ohio.- Tins lady had been married thirteen years, anil miring at least one-half of that timo had been a buffuiiir from the effects of Leiicorrluua or Whites and its many attendants. Sho was very much reduced Hi streiiL'lli and ilesh. being unatile t.i'tako any active exer cise. Dr. L. advised the use ot Dr. Dromgoolo's Knhlish Fkmai.uBittkuh as hu know its composition. With many dntibls sho commenced Its use, but after the lue of six bottles, (con ing only $,).00) she was restoied to per fect heath. At Milwaukeo, l'lankiiitou & Armour will kill hogs by eleetrie light. A band of music, a few Mowers and a fountain of perfumery would add to thu enjoy incut ot tho business. Vorthless Stuff I Not so fast, my friend; if you could soe tho healthy, blooming men. women and children that have been rai-ed from beds of sicknesM, suffering and almost death, by the use of Hop Bitters, wiu would say "Glorious and invaluable remedy." Seo another column. The labor troubles In Now Orleans continue, and havo assumed a serious sliapo. Shotguns aro being used by the strikers to intimidate thu nou-stri- keis, who net as teamsters or as cotton scrorvers for vessels. The Mayor has ordered the Stato National Guard to aid tho police in preserving thu peace "Sellers' Liver Pills" havo been tho standard remedy for malaria, liver- complaint, coxtlvcness, etc., for fifty years. A Georgia larmer mistook his ragged son for a scarecrow at a distance, and playfully shot a bullet into him. A beautiful head of hair is annroci ated by everybody, and how to secure It lnturests everybody. Tho hair and scalp miibt bo kept froo from scurf and dandiuff, and not bo allowed to tret drv and harsh. The roots must be Ktlmuhi- ted to healthy action. Flexibility and a handsome gloss aro essential. All these requisites aro easily acquired by the uso oi Ajers Jtair vigor. There aro '2C7 well organized Farm ers' alliances In tlio Stato of Nebraska. The oflicers of theso organizations say their work will bo m tho future, as in thu past, to cheapen railroad rates and work destruction to monopolists. I havo used your D. 11, V. G. dyspep sia remedy and recommend It for dys popsia mid troubles arising from it. N. B. Sullivan, M. D Memphis, N. Y. Guaranteed by all druggists. A call has boon issued for a national convention of tho agricultural, manu facturing nnd commercial interests of tho country, to bo held at Cooper Insti tute, NewYoik City, Nov. HO, In tho intorort of protection to American in dustry, A LlYKK DlSOIWEltKU VOH Fu'TEHN Yeahs. For fifteen years I was a great sufforer from adleoulored Liver, dur ing which timo I tried many of the bust physicians in tho country and id most all tho patent nostrums reeoni monded, all to no effect until I used Simmons' Liver Regulator; and from thu timo I used to tills day, which l-i now several years, I havo been compar atively a sound man, having suffered very little sinco nt nny timo from the effects of my old disease. Consequent ly, I heartily recommend its uso to tho iilllictcd of liver disease. MAJ. A. l WOOLKY, Kingston, Ga. Tiik Jefferson City Daily Journa publishes patent modicino advertise tor leading editorials. W W 8 so Tho steamship Wyoming brought G50 Mormons to Xow York last week. Thoy loft Immediately for New York. Anybody can ctitch a cold nw. The troublu is to let go, like tho man who caught tho bear. We sulviso our read ers to keep u bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup handy. THE FARMERS of Holt county will find it to their In terest to call oh Leu Dm ham & Bros., Mound City, beforo buying harness elsewhere. FOR SALE. Two mares and ono horso. All good work animals. Also a good 3 1-1 In. second-hand wagon and bnggr hnr- nu"S. U 111 give long time or taku eat tlo In payment. W. A. GAnn.NT.it. FOR SALE. Several ttelrahle dwelllin: liours nnd lots In On-iton, at reasonnlile rntei. I'er tri-mx etc., can nun see u'i- ai.i.uxi k iuvi.M'., Oregon, Mo. A TRADE. I have a No. 1 Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, in good running or der, which I desiro to trade for stock or good dry liard wood. K. 1'. IIOSTKTTKIt. AND Lis IP 7 Peret & Bs?., ORF.GON, MO., Nolo A Kent fur the .Hiiim pntont JtillTMNG Mil Our Jh. H. 1.. IViet, linvliiB been cniriiKed In tliu I.ljjIltniUK Und litloe.ss IVi i- tliu past rout years, refers lo liuudieils or parties lor wlioin lui Iiuh done work nil or whom nro sutMled, ItuviiiK associated his limtlu-r wlili lilm In Inislaess and taken thu aneney ol the aliove tod Wliloli tliey con-dder too very ln-st inaiiu fnetured, lliey nsk tlio patroitaj; of all wlio do sire safe proteeiou against f.lKlilnlnif. DEAL AyiTIl MEN YOU KNOW. ltewaro ot ClilrniM "dumpers" who will swlndln you by furnWiliiK Inferior rods niiil c jiaraliiK double prices. Our linmes are in llnlt county and wiu-xpeet to continue to live, hero. 1 lcnce.lt Is to our Interest to deal siiuaru lyand hoimrably with tliu people and wo in tend to do so n-:uFr & into., OKKtiOX, MO. The Motive Power, Tho most beautiful illustration of DL'I'i'Lt- nioitlianlsni nnd u-iiiiilm-fiil strength to b.i found on the globe is a t-tcnm engine. It is tliu umiiodimont ot conscious power, and will walk away with 80 of 40 heavily laden cars as eas ly as yon would tako a pound weight nnd toss It about, or push a baby car riage down hill. Isn't it a picture to look at as it stands calmly on the rails every point and band throwing back tliu rays of the sun llko burnished gold, tho engineer's eat) looking as noat us a lady's parlor? Did you ovor think how worthless tins grand machine would be without thu power to start into life the wonderful cogs and toversp Let us point a moral from tl Is simplo sketch and apply it to every day business lliep You will see at a glaneu that tho point In this illustrates the.grand principle of existence Itsolf thofinotivo piwer. You can't start tho engine without stam, and a bttiness hmiso wont run sut cets fully without the energy and push of live men to keep it going. Tho prin ciple is thu same in both cases tho sloam runs the ougtiu and tliu live man tho businoss. They would both be val uloss without the otlvo power. Wo have labored for fears to perfect our business machlnJ; we're "tightened tho bands, oilodJxho cogs" and intro duced a groat nifljiy now features Wo think now that iff makes good time on tho truol:' and p want ytui to come aim seo it woi'K. vyv c nave ucon obliged to get moro room and havo moved into tho stoio room justCeast of King & Prouds's drug stCo, wliero you can soe tlio finest lino m Furnittno in Holt county. Nor caJ my stock of Collins and utidortakiiiKlfeoods ha supassed in Northwest Missdnrl. Tho llnost hoarse iu tho northwest Os nWf my property. A. M. JACOBSOrogoi), Mo. Contains Pepsin, Rhubarb, Man- drake and Gentian, and Cures Dyspopsla and Sick Headache. Try It. For sale by all Druggists ceaPer an ever COnX AND TOIIACCO. Tho department reports at Washing ton to September ilrst show that corn In its goneral tiveragu condition to Sep teniber first, was sixty per cent, being seventeen pur cunt lower than tho month previous and 8.31 per cent lower than last year at tlio samu date. Thu cnuso of tills low o indition In almost every section of tlio country is tho drouth. No.v Kngl ind has been loss affected by It than any other scetion east of tho Mississippi, and reports average 00. In Wisconsin, Minnesota, and most of tho territories, there has been moro season able weathor, and tho condition of the crops Is correspondingly bettor. But In nil other sections nil reports show tho effect of an unusually dry season. From Illinois. Missouri and Kansas come serious complaints of ravages by tlio chinch bug, added to tlio prevailing drouth and tliu injury to tho crop pros pect is shown by tho Statu averages which mo, I.linois .18; Missouri 42; and Kansas Co. Tobacco returns glvo a very serious decline in the prospect for n eiop. With thu exception of tho territory north of the Delawnro river and in tho western part of Wisconsin, the linker sal complaint U drouth. Kentucky and Illinois each report but little over half a crop, while '1 cuiicsh-o and Missouri report less tlnn two-thirds of an aver ago. For tho whoJo country tlu-ro is a crop oi on'y Co against 8." for last month and 81 at the same dale last year. Tin: President's bed on tho ear from Washington to Long Branch wa avory simple affair. It was arranged on tho principle of n "backboard" wagon. Two stout ill inks wire stretched across the e.ir six feet apart, tho ends resting upon the stout, heavy wainscot, or beams, which aro found along tho sidoi of every iiasscuger ear. Pieecsof plush deadened tho contact of the boaidson tho wainscot. Across these boards, and re sting tin heavy cushions, was a box, seven feet long and four and a half wide, lllliid with ear sent cushions to thu depth of eighteen inches On !o of these the President vns laid. Tho motion was much easier, gentler and more regular than that provided by springs, or any other contrivance. Tin suig.'ons said it was buttor than any thing thoy could hnvo devised them selves. Cathartic Pills Combine the choicest cathartlo principle.! in medlclao, in proportions accurately ad Justod to securo activity, certainty, anil uniformity of effect. , Thoy aro tho result pf years of careful study and practical ex periment, and aro tho most effectual rem edy yet discovered for diseases caused by derangement of tho stomach, liver, and bowels, which require, prompt and effectual treatment. Avbu's Pills are specially nppllcablo to this class of diseases, Thoy net directly on tho digestive and asslmt latlvo processes, and rcstoro regular healthy action. Their extensive use by physicians in their practice, nnd by all civilized nations, is ono of the manv proofs of tholr valuo as a safo, sure, and porfectly rcllablo purgative medicine HeltiK compounded of tho concentrated virtues of puroly vegetahlo substances, thoy nro positively free from calomel or nny Injurious properties, and can bo admin istered to children with perfect safety. Arnu's Pirxs aro nn effectual euro for Constipation or Costlvonoss, Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Apnoflto. Foul Stomach and Itrcatli, Dizziness, HoaducUo, Loss of Memory, Numbness. Biliousness, Jaundice, ftbeumattsm. Eruptions nnd Slfln Diseases, Dropsy! Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic, Gripes, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gout, I'lles, Dlsordors of tbu Liver, and all other diseases resulting from a disordered state ot the dlgcstlvo apparatus. As a Dinner Pill thoy havo no equal. While gentle in their action, theso Pills aro the most thorough and searching cathar tlo that can bo employed, and novex. pivo pain unless tho bowols nro inflameoAand .Iiah Hint. liWli,AnAn I.. 1 it rni 7: 771. late tho appetite and dlgcstlvo organs: Tjiy operato to purify nnd enrich tho blood, aCH Impart renewed health and vigor to the' whole system. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co,, Vractlcal ana Analytical Cbiuulsts, Lorfill, Mats, sou ni au. PBQys svnnTWHKi. Wk havo hoard a great deal of what tho star-route prosecutors wcro going to do when tho Grand Jury mot at Wash Ington, and now tho pooplo A-nnt to seo them do it. That body Is now in ses sion nnd a speolal dlsputoh to tho ChU cago Intcr-Ocean promises that "tho star-routo cases will botakou up toward tho und of tho month." Thoro havo been too many postponomonts already, and it Is to bo hoped that thoio will bo no inoio.