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Ton, lllco, Soda, Sonp, Mace, Bplcc, 1 Sugar, Coffuu, Citron, ', Ginger, Pruiioo, Groceries of all Kinds Ik tho spirit of tho inurdi'vod Prosl di nt could look (.'own uicon Ins. country to-day, it would look down upon u puo plo united ns tliey'novcr wore boforu. It is monstrous to hiiy his death wan for the best. The human mind recoils with horror from such preaching. Hut, if from the wreck of hopes that uro crushed unci hearLs that uro broken, any good nt all can come, it will bo that tho peo ple the whole United States will be drawn nearer together by tlio tics of Cumr mi brotherhood and loyalty. It is no unusual thing for feuds to bo bur ied In t lie grare of some mutually be loved one. Among tho dearest hopes of tho President, who was struck down by nu assassin, was tho Iiopu that dur ing Ids administration the lew clouds that yet dimmed the perfect sky Ikj twocu the North nnd South might wholly vanish away. Tho kindly feeling lie would have striven to bring about in his life can scarcely fail to follow the awful uveutof his death. Not only h!s friends in the "dear old State" lie loved so well, but in all the Slates of this great Uiiion, are bowed with a common grief nnd thrilled with n common sorrow. Tin: manifestations of sorrowing sym pathy which have come In from all parts of tho Knglish speaking world, form a very Kir iking phenomenon. Tho lata President's struggle for life seems to have been followed with almost as much interest a d utixlcty in England us here. Tho (J., tin in particular has been mod coidial in her expressions of sympathy with Mis. (lartiolil, and Mrs. C'arik'lii's one published response to the Queen's impiirlea was strikingly char acterized both by good feeling audaood t&stu. It was in its way a model com position, If wc may saf m of anything wrlitcii under bitch circumstances. Tho way in which tho Southern press has Vdiaiuilln thegeneral anxiety and mount ing is one of tho mi ist gratifying and hopeful incidents of tho tragedy, and would, even if it stood alone, go far to warrant tho assertion that President Garfield had not died in vain. Tun fraternizing of "the boy in blue" and uKiay,"nt tho meellngof tho Army )f the I'umberlaud at Chattanooga, was most hearty and complete. If tlie poli ticians of the South continue to culti vate the old spirit, tho soldiers of the Confederacy do not. Under the spell of tho nation's great sorrow there is a clispos'tlou to bury the past and taku a step forward into a purer atmosphere. "With malice toward none and charity for all," let tho nation join in a fervent union. Tin: assassin, Guiteau, is talking as when first in jail about tho death of GurfloUt being a "political necosity" and the "act of the Lord," ami he wants u trausfor of allegiance, "from that lump of clay," moaning Garfield, when lie expects to liavo sympathy. There should bo no delay in trying nnd hang ing this bloody wretch. Till! record shows that September 2, 1881, was observed as a day of fatting nnd prayer, under a proclamation of rrosidont Lincoln. Just twenty years lator tho same day Wits .obscrvod as a clay of mourning, fasting and prayer under the Hi st proclamation of President Arthur Tub stnr-routothievos will liavo small occasion to arise nnd call tho present administration blessed. The work will go right fllong, and they will ho com polled tojtnswer at tho bar of Justice It isnT vlirSyKtuff, protending to bo tuado of woinvrflul foreign roots, barks, &o., and priced up by long, bo gus certificates of pretended miraculous cures, but a simple', pure, elt'cctivo med icine, made of well-known valuablo remedies, that furnishes its own certill alos by its cures. Wo rotor to Hop Hitters, tho purest and best of niecUniiVOri8oniont. vines. -Exchange See ttiiotmV iimn. Loiuons aro very source in tho Now York market, $10.60 to $11.00 per box being ehnvged for those of not very good quality. It la reported that there is a "coiner" in tho market. Kendall's Spavin Curo Is highly rcc omtnouded by Prof, Willianls, the won derful horse-tumor. A locomotive snark catiirltt in the dross of a lady on n Newark train, and was completely destroyed. Sparks tiro always Hovering nuout tlio ladles. THE SteamerSheboygan Sailed into Port with a Heavy Stock OF FANCY GROCERIES. G.W.Baldwin lOXMUgr.F CITY, BIO, To lils ninny patronizcra and others, ho wishes to stfltiV Tlit4 tnnk nt lnnv f.ivtnnrtna ta minnnnllitil mwl iinoxeollccl for richness and nuritv nncl nt mlccs fy competition. Cull wkon in town and cxninliio this t-tocU nnd you will bo convlucud Unit ho is the oss Grocer. SUITS. You should sco thoso $10 cults. Mclulneh Is receiving his great stock of Winter clothing. Ynu whould sco Mi'Inlnch'a Fall Winter Caps, Hats and Scarfs. and Melnluch now law in stock the larg- est line of CLOTHING to be found in St. Joseph, outside of tho largest jobbers. DO YOU WISH to save money in tho purchaso of your Kail or Winter Cloth ing, your I toots and Shoes'!1 It you do, we plainly tell your to call on us and bu convinced. HEKSHBERGER & AHDERS01I. SALT. Meluinch lias his usual big pile of Salt for fall trade by the barrel or car load. FLOUlt. Tho oelebt sited Falrbury Flour Meltilnch's at A blind girl in North Carolina Is about to lead a young man to tho altar. Blindly entering into matrimony lias cot to be no uncommon thing in any of the States. King Kulaktiuais.to he made a mem ber of tho Legion ot Honor. He lias sent President Grevy tho insignia ot the Grand Cross of tho Older of Kauio hameha. Exhausted and enfeebled constitu tions suffeung from dyspepsia, nervous ness and general weakness cured by Hrown's Iron Hitters. The owner of a lann) eranborry farm at Henlii, Wisconsin, omplnys a hun dred girls, and lie proniisus to marry the olio wlio picks tlio nio.-t berries this season, provided she wants him. There are 390 educated female phy sicians in active praetlcu in twenty-six States In our Union--tlio majority in Massachusetts, Now Yotk and Pennsyl vania. To bo beautiful, buoyant and healthy, the whole female diminution must maintain regular action duiiuir a certain tieiiod of lite. Otherwise, no female can possibly remain healthy, nnd she who does not Know tins ncKiinwiougi u fact is quite untoi lunate. Hut should von bv some exnositro uounnio irregular and suffer with lnanv troubles, what do ynu propoho to do? As wo havo expe- rienco In that line, lot us say that l.ng lish Female Hitlers is tho most wonder ful female regulator In use. It don't fail. Terra del Fuegonians aro tho latest novelties at tho .lard In crAcelimatation iu Paris. Their appearances aud man ners aru not ciiaruutig. English Female Hitters Is not a bev erage, but is a powerful and uiiinlsftik. able female tome, imparting iron tu imnm'pi-ttjIiiHl hlonil. ilvos n konn imnn- tit o. aids dlercstion and proper n'simiO lotion of food, litronirthon the feeble. invigorates the chronic, and is prompt and reliable in Its cllocu. Tho Japanese (joverumuut lias sent comnns oil to Milan to inouiro tin tho advantages ot being ctemaled oi the Italian plan. Ibdley's Saline Aperient is a oocdlngKlmvoTS a Si ilkh.i? "ffi. and refreshing summer ui ink for dys-.'i)JL Bells excitant; on tlio cider cities or ttm Hies, u iiotrt, It don't taste liko iiiodieliii'.fi'J! Z"Z 'Vi''Vh f!"'3 vA':"''!! "i vorybody, homo or abroad, should keep It. (33 How do you liko tho effects of a dose of six pills which you tool; last nlglitP Quito RicKuntng ami ucmutaung, were thoy nntf liy a (lose oi iiaueys isaiino Aperient nuxt time; it costs less tilin pills, never falls in relieving consrjia tion, headache and biliousness, and is very pleasant. Why suffer sucb inispeakablo tor tures. Uhouniatlsm has beon coaquered. i )Cnrlnlla Mimuttl P.IIVI) I4 Hill plfllill. Kfm Tho Hon. J. G. Cannon has purchased tho Ed. Corbloy farm In Champaign and Vermillion counties, Illinois, for which ho paid $30,000. Administrator's Notice. Letters ut Administration on tlio estate n Jaeoli Itmtouk, deceased, were irritated. in iiiiilerslgiu'd, Ht'pl loili, 18St, by tlio l'rubat Court oi Unit county. , , Alt nurnoin liavlnjr claims afjalast Mil 4 catato art) ruqitlred tu oxltltilt tliein (nr ulluwitnci to the ndmliiMratnr wlttiln (aio year uftor tlio date of said letl'rs, ortliuy may tin iirecladed (roia any liniiunt n( mU estate, and If such claims liy not exhibited wltliln two yean (rum the ilulo ot said Icltew they will bo '"nwer .Jjam-d. , JOHN UUUllUlt Adm'r Figs. Nuts, Candy Cigars, I'onnor, liaislna. Lemons, Tobacco, Currants, that do-5 Sheet Music, Canned Goods, Musical Instruments Tho most beiutlful woman at Sara toga this season is said to hayo been a circus tldcr. Tito best preparation known In mar ket for restoring gray hair to its original color is Hall's Vegetable Slclliau Hair Henower. Try It. Tumors, eryslpehu, mercurial dis eases, scrofula, and general debility cured by Dr. Liusoy's Illooil Searcher. When a lecturer has worked tho la dles of his audience so near to the weep ing point that they have gotten out their handkerchiefs, and then suddenly change 4 his tone and speaks of the mer its of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, ho is bound to louse a feeling of Indignation. Tho roustabouts, on tho icvee lit New Orleans aro on a sti ike, and a policeman was killed iu a riot a week ngo. So great is tho faith reposed in Aycr's Pills by tlio-o who have given thorn n trial, that the consumption of thoin al tttoit passu belief, lar exceeding any precedent. They cleanse tho lilooil, improve tlio appetite, promote diges tion, restore healthy action, and reu- lato every function. Tho aru pleasant to tao, gentle in their operation, yet tlioroiich, serehinir and powerful in subduing disease. John of Abyssinia and Alexander of IttHjia aro tho two potentates whoso food is all tested betoro they pat take ot it. "A etitoli In time saves nine." and Loin' Dandelion Tonio taken in time saves nlno hundred times its cost in loss of time and lu doctors' visits, to say mailing of suffering prevented. Contain nlug tho phosphates In the most elegant form, it is as necessary as food during the hot weather ami the autumn. The Loudon miners state that, accor ding to prescn I arrangements, Princess Louise will return to Canada on Octo ber 20. Uooil Attvlco from n I.emllnff Medical I'rolewior. The learned doctor sava: "Ki op somo kind ot a tonio medicine always in the House, ami n unv one tools unwell, nitiKu free use of it. lint lirst be suio thnt it is both harmless as well as uioriloiiou.. Put no trust iu alcoholic preparations; their use will lend to intemperaneo; neithei bo partial to any remedy that produces a severe cathartic effect, for prostration of the nervou. system and digestive organs is sure to follow. Titu mildest and best medicine over invented for strengthening every part of the body aud restoring impaired or lost organic functions to their normal condition, and one which is having an unparalleled and rapidly increasing sale iu the East ern Sta'es, is Kiowa's Iron Hitters. Any druggist will procuro it for you if you request him to do so, especially when ho liuds you cannot bu per.-ttaded to tu!;o somu substitute. It does not contain alcohol, and is the only prep aration i f iron that cures headache and does not blacken the teeth, It is a sure revlvur, a true strengt lienor, and the very host medicine ever iu runted for permanently strengthening the pulmo nary, urinary nnd iliecstlve organs, and pWrventing consumption, kidney diseases aud chronic dyspepsia, often" curing tlieuo diseases when all other remedies have failed; for ills tnuj nature's best assiitant.'' liazotto. Lois' Dandelion Tonic will restore youthful vigor where everything else tails. It cobtams all tho elements nec e.vary to repair nervous waste. THE Frazer & fficDonaki receive careful alteatl ui-'i'mi.i ,i u ivi . i, nrti iuuvi iiiiiv, VUHi Wiwii:, IIOU 11. 11. FltAZKlt, CEO. WKllKIt, CAMlllKU. I I'ltKSUIlSNT. CLARK PIIILBRICK, J VAHIliriNAlir.U 1ABBER m HAIR COTTER, OHEGON, MO. Wnst Ride 1'abllo Haimrc. llwnectfiilly In vites thu iKitromiKu of thoso ItavIiiK unyllihitt la tho llnrbcr, llair-CJattliiK ur HUuiuioonliiK Mne, NORTHWEST NORMAL SCHOOL, OUEGON, MO. rirst Tfirm liOKlnn Sept, l'J, lHi, Ki'tuiiil Torui her I us Wv, til , IHiil, TU I nl Turin lirylua l'eb. 0, IHH'J. rourtli Torui bciflnv April 17, lSI. Tuition, sa.oo pur tHrm nf ten week, 'iiiirjii ot stiiily ttiorouK'i and iiraelleul. iluardliiK In family S3.M) to ci.co per week. l'or turthcr liitormntluii iidipesi u l,, unAimii. ruudi'.ii. Appolutmenk German M. E. Conference KANSAS DI8TltOT J, A. 11E1TZ. Wyandotte, J. O. Hchultz. Eudom and Lawrence, J. Ehrsam. Wltchltn, A. linger. Halstcd nnd Kinsman, J, O. Vogcl. Sterling and Peace Creak, 11. W. Men gcr. Great Bend, Win. II. Stem. Laerosso and Hnycs City, II. IIoITiunu, Clay Center, A. Fnhrmann. Junction City, J. Hallcr. Council Orovc, C. Huechel. Leona, J. O. Lcist. Hallua, J, L. Sternberg. Denver, E. H. Krlcgo. Topcka, II. Knicgcr. MO. niSTIUOTII. riSORNIIAUM. St. Joe, II. It. Hlcmcr. Oregon, C. Ilcrinunn. Uraham, J, W. Huchholz. Wuthcun, C. Htticckcinann. Weston nnd Falrniount, J. A. Mueller. Cameron and Cosby, C. Ott. Liberty, Geo. Kocnlg. Urunswick, V. Arnsperger. Hoonvlllo, It. Frauz. Sinllhlon and Sednlla, J. II. Asiiug. Lake Creek, J. llausam. Coiicoidi.'., J. A. Meyer. Lexington, J. Demand, Kansas City, P. W. Matthal. NI'.llltAHKA UlSTItlOT 1. O. IIAIIMS. Lincoln, J. G, Ivost, Centreville, C. Htueggcr. Clatonla, Salt Creek, J, Tanner, Swaun Creek, J. Kracttly. llumhold. F. Unhitid. Nebraska City and Hamburg, F. tichu in itkc r. Omaha, II. IJrutis, I'apllllon, J. 11. Keller. West Point, P. 0. Schramm. York, J. II. Mortens. Merrick and Howard, J. J. Kiehcnber- Ilarrisou, Saleuhacli. Furnace, W. C. Kelner. Itcbcrou, II. C. Jhue. Jeiuinleni, F. II. Scluillz. Veat Nehrmka .Mission. O. V. I.niipn. stciu. III Sweden tho smallnst town im. SCSSeH Its OIICII air loitiil. u-btidi nlm a ii a ihitforin or kiosipio. In Stockholm uiuiu uiu live or six ptiMiie gariluns h iiciu e.ecnciu music may uo iioaro in tho eveuiug. Hel'oro life is imperiled, deal Judie iotisly with the symptoms. Heincinber that the slight disorder of to-day may become nu obstinate, Incurable disease to-morrow. As a preventive medicine, take Simmons' Liver Regulator, which, by Its mild and beneficial action on tlio liver, stomach and Hpleen, is eniineiitlv oaloiilutod to assist nnUro iu her efforts to re-establish a healthy condition. It will also remove tho camo ot diseaso without tiny of that prostration which lollows the usii of drastic purgatives, or any of tho injurious effects of inlner.il poison. The Aimenlan question is likoly to bo tlio next one iu the East. Tho Arme nians am bent on independence, and tlio embassadors at Constantinople tiro already deliberating on tlio matter. Col. A. Wood Morrywealher, whom o vorybody iu Scranton, Pa., knows, Writes and says: "I had. long suffered from aderangi'inonl of the bladder and kidneys; it had made my general health verv poor. also way troubled with severe indigestion ; pills i-ave mo oulv temporary relief, ami I 'experienced great anxiety of mind, us well as phys ical distress. A friend rocoinmeiitled Hrown's Iron Hitters. I liavo used It with mo-t gratifying results, and just now my health never was better, mid I feel that the curo is permanent." Tin: l'ev. J. H. Joium, who delivered the funeral oration at Clcvohwd, was tho Chaplain of President Garllcld's regiment, thu -lSiil Ohio Infantry, during the war. Sltlloh'3 Consumption Cure. Tliis Is beyond question tho most successful Cough Medicine wo havo ever sold, a few doses invariably cure tho worst cases ot Cough, Croup, vnd IJroneliitts, wliUo it.s womlcrlul suc cess in tho curo of Consumption is without a parallol In tho history of medicine. Since its first discovery It has beon sold on a guarantee, a "test which no other medicine can stand. If you havo a Cough wo earnestly nk you to try It Price 10 cts fiO ets. and !?1.0l) If your Lungs aro sore, Chest, or Hack, Lamu, use Shiloh's Porous Pin ster. Sold by T S. II hide, Oregon Mo. c Urown's Pepsin Jmg FOR TUB CURB OF Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Hoadaciie, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, and all unpleasant offbot3 arising from ovoi eating or drinking. It Is composed of 1'ousln, Itlmbnrh, .tfaiiilrake and tleiitlan, reiueillos that are uiifqiialleil fur the euro of all dlF- eases of tlio sloiiuic!i"ind bowels. Ulve it a trial and net sure relief. 'm, . vH ts o si c j a. . a 1 4 a 8 I ? OSS Arriving. Wo aro now receiving our Fall and Win ter stock of goods and invite the inspection of all close buyers. Our goods arc fresh and new. Wc did not carry over from last year, a singjc over coat, Cloak, Blankets, or any of that class of goods. Call and see us. We can and will save you money. Smith & Phelps, IsZilOTJIsrnD aXT"3T. Headauartes'sS BUCCiJSSOIJS TO DEALERS IN Wo desire to c:.il Special Attention t BOOTS, SHOES, HA1S HIS GAPS, Queonswaro, etc., which aro now being received, ami extend a cordial invl tation to all, to call and examine our goods bforo purchasing WE ARE AGENTS FOIt THE mmm wisi ot which wo have a largo stock of till grades. Country Produce taken in oxuluuigo for goods at highest Market Price. CT.A-S- EWZlsrC3- & CO., HIAITLiAXD, BIO., the OLD RELIABLE EIHM Of FOREST CITY, IMIO-, Are now prepared to show thu public the best and largest stock of Boots and fSlioes CLOTHING Hats and Caps, Notions, Etc., Etc, Evor offered in Holt county. Wo nlco havo a full lino of Glnii nnd Queent wnro. We believo that we havo tho largest lino of Ladies' ami Misses' Fine Slioes, Cull and examine goods. We will not bu undersold. CLOSING Wo aro closing out our entire ock oi" goods, consisting of a full and comp etc line of Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Pumps, etc.. at NET COST, in order to leave tho country. We meau business, and if you would take advantage of this opportunity to securo cheap goods, call early, as they must be sold by October 1st. W. if. WILLIAMS, Forest City, Mo. N. H, Anyniio ilsilrlnjx'tn onimtjci In liuslunss, wo would say, lioro Is n (rnoil t))iuilii";, Wu will soil tlm onliro slock, unit jrivo bttilsfaclory reastins to all fur cluing so, Sturu bulldiiiir anil cominoclious rusiilunfu for Htilc ulicmpi W. II. WILLIAMS. nour Inrtjo anil well selected stock of 3 mn - OUT! mil 9 K1K Kendall's Spavin Curo Kent lo.itiy nddrvM on rcfclpthf ByjE.f C. SCHOLZJPharraacist, CONNING, MO. Is The Most Successful nmnrJrr ever dlHi'oviri'd, a It N tertaln XtemeCiy III IU vnwu and does nut Mu ter. Alio excellent fur Iluiii.im llet Itcatt lircml lieliiw. I'ltOM COL. L. T- FOSTER. VuiiiikhIiiwii. (Jlilo, .May 10. ItrO, Dii. II. .I Ki:mai.i.:.i Co., clentit-l had a very Miltlillili1 llniiililelntiloii cull ttlili'h 1 irl. ed ery ItlKldy, lie hail a ery larj;e boiu sp.ivlii on one joint and a Miiall nuo on (lie oilier wlileli m:idi! tills erv mine. I li.id lilm mult r the eli.titfu nt two veterinary .iun.'eims,lici full" e d tn eMre Mia. I wa- mie day readlmt Urn in' verllieiiient of Kendall's S:iIii Cure In thu (Viiniii'i I ili li'rinliied at uueu lu try it and cut intr dtia;i;lit4 line to send lurlli Tliey (urdered three Imttles I I look tlu in all and Ihi. unlit 1 inild ulvu It a tlmnniuli lilal.I used ItaiTinilllii! In dlleetluli and till! tutittll day the entl ee.iMMl to be lame, and the 1 n i n t h:iKMlls!iitean'd. I lled lull one lmttlc land Iheenlts lindis ureal Iree tniia lmiin and tu Miiiiulli iu nay Imr-ie In the Mate. He Is enllre lyeiired. The rare win in remarkable Hint I let two ut my ueliihliiirH lime thu retiialiiliiK two bottles, !m are now nulla: It. . Very llejiiei'tfiillv, i,. t. ro.vi Int.- KWALL'S SPAVIN JURE. Itiif rTi'iter, IiuCNTiv. .Hi, lu. 711. S IKltNIiAI.I. fc i'o , (irtits i- ririitu end im it ii'i! ut aderlldiin matter for Ki'liilall'-i Spavin (ire. It haniKuoit nate Iiere nnd idvi-t ttm liett of satlita.lloti. Ot all wo hove Mild, wo have vet to learn tlieltist utifavoralile'report Very Kespiv'tfullv, J. D.iwiini & .Sun. DriiKrtl'ti. KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE. Winthmti. Iowa. No . ild. li. 1)11. II. .1. Kl'.S!At.l.& Co.. (leliH i l.ncliHed pteavellud 'i' eeiiH for vcmr Tin.itr-e uii.tho I lor-to t'.liit bis illiene.i, I have lireli iiiIiik Iva datlS Sti.ivlu Cure limine of nu limes furlioiiu Spavin. Clue bottle entirely euied the lame liesi and removed lnut nil the bnueli. Yours ltesiiuetfully, l.eroy II. C.ralmin. KENDALL'S IPAVIN CURE On Human Flesh- Patten's Mills New York, l'eb. 21, 11. 1U. 11. .1, Kl'.HIi.vt.l. S Co., Cleats i Tlie p.ir tleiilarciiM'oiiwlilidi titseil your Sjiav In liuu was n iiiidliriiant .iiikl" i.pnda ft sixteen months MandiiiK. 1 had tr ed m uiy tiiliiir bat In vtdii. YoiirSpavbi Cure jmt Ihe feel to Hie t;riumit iiwdn. ami for the lti -t time stnee hurt 1-ora fiiHidy liniment it excels aiivtlilim we ever Used. 'lev. M. 1'. Hell l'aitor of M. K, Chnrcli, fallen's Mills, JO Is "iicli lu in Its elTeets. mild la Us aellen as It does dors not lill-tcr. yet It Is pelietiatllii; and powerful to reiieli every deep heated pain or tu remove auv bonv urowthur oilier eidiui.'emcnts ot the Jolals and limbs, or (or ibeiiiuatl-m la man, or lor any nurpuse tor vvliUli a liniment is used for man orbiutt. It It now Uiiov.n to be the best liniment for null ever used, actlnj; mild nnd vet certain in Its elleel.s, S. ml address for Illustrated Circular which wo think Klves po.ltlotirof ot Its Ylilucs. No remedy hssrvrr met with such uiiitalllled suc cess to any knuwelil;e. for beast as well as "Y'i'lVr, gl. per bottle, or Mx bottles fur 5.V All Dreirnlsts liavo It or e.m ;;ei It fnilyou, or t will Im sent postpaid to any whlrrnsioii receipt of price bv Ihe proprietor! DIE. II. S. KUNDAl.t. &('C) ):iios1iiit1i rails. Vt. Sola by All Druggists. H. TEI5I5S JAIjKI 1U2, Attorney sit Law, oitt:c.oy, mo. Will practice la all the courts of Missouri. Heal estate ami collection liuslncss promptly attenitoilto Ofllce ovctlSclmlte Urns Store. E. J. KGLLOtitt, ATTOKNEY AT LAW, OltAKl, MO. Will practice In all the eouits ut Missouri. Ileal estate and collectliiu btisluo-s promptly attended t. AnriaAiiGaliery. Cor. 5th;&. Felix, .ST. JOSEPH, Mo. All Work, W'urriiiiltHl. CALIFORNIA KIJ3NEY TEA. Isa plant nativu to thu Sivira. It nurii-! It cuius!! Only 60 cents. Try It nt Kiiii; I'loud's, Orcgor. l'rancu & Co., I'o rest City, CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Trv it when all otliur rmneilios fail nnd p;ut relief. Uuy it ot Kiiic & I'nmd, Oru gon; 1'ninci) & C., Eorust City. J.T.TllAT01IJ3rv,IVI. D. HOMlEOl'ATHIST AK1) SUlKiEOl, OKKCION, MliSOUltl, OIM'ICII.-.At reshlouep, t'Vii doiPl liottU I, A. Keeves'H Mtoru j formerly rcidiltfneu of Levi Orea. 11. 1. 11EA, Altorncy at Law. Jfotsiry i'ubllo anil Ileal Eslatu Jtgcnt, MA1TLAXD, RIO. v ill attend to all Irani business Intrusted tn uls mi a In all the courts of Northwest Missouri, lias for salo a large nuiiiber ot choice basilicas uls, S, C. O'l'AIJ.ON. LKIllll IKVINH O'FALLON & I1CVINE, AtttirnuyH at Law, OIllCOON, MIHKOUItl. Will praetlcu la all courts of Mliisouil. Collvctlous, nnd all manner of IckiiI btislucai will receive our prompt a'tcutluii. tstllllce ninth sldo of Cotut Itouje, over IIiiiiIu'h Urui; Kture. A. II. JAMISON, Attorney at Law, 'o:il Eotato, Iuaurauoo nnd Oolloot" lllR .ROUt, MOIINI) cm, MlSKOUltl. SVhl prnctlco III nil tlt courts of northwest Mis mil. W. J. liEA, The Cheapest and Best PHOTOGRAPHER IN THU CITY. FOUUTU AND EDMOND E NT. JO jUl'JI, Htt FKEHDAIL'S Wk (.SPAVICUREfH