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COUNTY PAPER, HOUVN8. ife WAIjLKH OltKUON.MO. Entered nt the Postnfllco lit Oregon, Mo., in second-class matter. Term of Subscriptions TWO DOIXAItS A YKAK IX A1VAX( K, FHIDAY, OCTOlinit 9H, 1H81. Advertising Rntei, which arc very reasonable, when the Inrire cir culation of Til p. Coo.vrv PAI-kli Is considered will he made known on application to the Pub lishers. Money may bo sent at our risk by IVnvfflce onter, itratt or registered letter. CorreipoiWcncu ami news nro always desired, but letteri limit ho hrlet and mutt have the genuine name of the author, not tor publication but as a Rinranty t R"od f.tlth. Communications In the Interest ut riuidldnte will be chanted for at the ratu of. threu cent perwohl, cash In advance. Obituary Metr will be charged for nt the rate of ten cents per lino nnd thu t'ali int.sl accompany thu manuscript. Itejected manuscript, will not be returned, Letters for publication should reach us by Tuesday non to Insure Insertion In that week's paper. All letters should be addressed to THU COUKTV PAIUI:, OlIKUON. MO. In an nddrc.s to tho people, of Mis. sourl, Gov. Crittenden culls for volun tary contributions lo tho Citrflolil inon. umont to bo erected 'nt Cleveland, Ohio. Ohio ami Iowajnrc the two ltcpubli ran October pins, which have just been dlscharceil with tolling effect on tho Democracy. Wo will hear tho echo In about two weeks from nil along tho lino. Senator Mahonk was arrested in Washington on a charge of Intending to leave tho District to fight a duel with Gonoral .Tubal Early. .Appearing be fore a magistrate he denied tho allega tion and was released on his own recog nizance. If the money sent to Ireland to help thu Irish to fight Kngland was used to enable the dlssatWfled people- to emi grate to tho United States, It would do much good. There is plenty of room in this country. There is not room in that country. Tun body of an unknown man has boon found hanging In tho woods near Independence, Mo , and it is supposed that ho was n detective who was hunt ing for tho trnin robbers, nnd met with the samo tato that poor Witcher did sover. years ago. Thkke will bo 117 Kepnhllcnns in tho next Iowa Legislature. Ninety-two are in fnvor of tho election of tho Hon. ,T. F. Wilson to tho United States Senate, and as tho Iowa Uepublienns nover do nnythlng by halves they will probably make it unanimous. PitESiiiENT Aktiiuk has a good way of disposing of ofllee seekers. IIo does not invito tliein to a sent, and in order tobopollto ho stands whllo talking. No man with sonpo enough even to ask for an ofllco would tarry many minutes under such circumstances. It Is a wholesale paragraph that an nounces a nentonco of twenty-fivo years in tho ponltoHliury for Kyun, tho Glen dalo train robber. Tho summary ills position of those boys in Arkansas nnd this wcll-desorved punishment will roako a train robbery a less romantic adventure Ex-GovEitxou Sevmouu said recent ly that "tho spirit of gambling is t!in greatest evil a farmer has to contend with. Tako hops, for instance That is an extremo easo. More men have boon ruined by holding their hops lor higher prices, when thoy could have old at thirty cents a noiind. than lmv been hurt by selling In season when tho maricet ruled at ten cents per pound. So with wliont Farmers are always homing out for hlchor nricos. Tins peculiarity scorn to bo confined tit the native Amoricnn farmers, and that Is the reason why thoy aro nut at a dlsail vantage when thoy have to compete with berman nnd other forolirn farmer. who sell when they can renlieo a fair profit. Jot until the American farmer rids himself of this Kamblins mania ean ho competo on terms of equality with Ins neighbors abroad. " TJI1H -WlLt, 1M y YOU, Wo consult tho best cood (if 1)111 vnnil. era in reccomniending thorn to now se cure tho valuablo nnd important infor mation and mot interesting reading matter, including a Thousand or more oi pleasing and instructive Kneriwlti"s .... ... I" nnu SKOtcnos, thai; can bo obtained at trifling oxpenso in tho American Atjri culturist. Tliis is not merely a farm and garden Journal, but is very useful to every Hnuse-keoporinnd to every house hold In Village or Country. It has im entertaining nnd usclul department for tho littlo ones. It is a journal thnt pays to take and read. Try It, and, our word for it, you will not be disappointed, lis constant, persistent exposures of Humbugs and swindling schemes are worth far more than tho cost of tho pa per. The 41st nnnual Volumo begins January 1, but those subscribing now for 1882 get the rest of this year free. Terras: 1.60 a year; four copies 6(En glish or German edition) slnglo copy, 15o, N. D. Thoso dosirlnff Can Pet nn nv. Jra or double specimen number post free for 10c by addressing tho Pub uberi, Orange Judd Co,, 761 II road way, New York. For TlIK CoUNTV l'Al'KIl. VKNTII.ATION. Nothing now but nil-Important Is tho subject of ventilation in public .bulling. Tills sulijcet, o directly connected with the preservation of health, and in reference to which, there exists such a vnt amount of Ignorance and Indifference. All men understand, and seem to re alize tho importance, as well as thu no cecity, of providing for themselves nnd their families' food and drink; but for that life-sustaining, essential ele ment of exlstonio, oxygen, loutid only In puio air, they make no provisions: yet many subsist for days without food, whereas ho cannot live but for a few short moments without pure air. Thu principal reason to bo assigned for this will! ul neg'eet, of a matter of so much importance. In that we have no appetite, no Instinctive impulses to protest against u waul, a natural re quirement of pure air. We never seem to realize that hud air, impure air Is n slow poison, which as surely Injures the hi-alth, poisons thu system, us ikes an habitual uo of nrccnle, l'russie Acid or nny other poison. Our difference in this matter, can only bo accounted for on tho Mipposl tiou that wo are. too many of us, op posed to the doctrine, or belief, that wo ean bo Injured by an agent which docs not produce inimcdlato and sensible ef fonts. Wo seem to never, for a moment consider that tho dullness and languor of whole schools, whole congregations and often wholo families aro caused by nn insufficiency of this solf-siimo vital Izer, oxygen. Oxygen soryes lo consume, to burn up, to expel from tho system, the dead anlmnl matter and carbolic acid gas, which Is constantly given off by tho skin and lungs; so whenever ulr has been breathed and ro-breated, ovor.and over ngaln, tho wholo system becomes Improznuted. poisoned with these Im puiities: so iiiueh so that if our senses could appreciate ll, would bo ns repul slvo a putrid animal ilesh would be lor food. Tho blanched features, tho palo and endaverons countenance and the rm.n. orally Impaired health with which mul titudes coino forth from badly ventil ated winter cpmrtors, testify to the per nicious influence of bad air. Tho foul air which wo expel from our lungs, and that which passes off throim-li thu pores of tho skin, does not fall to thu floor, but diffuses Itself through tho surrounding atmosphere; in so much that a cmglo breath, will, to a trifling, but certain extent, taint tho air of a wholo room, bo It ever so large. This Is based upon a well known philosoph ical principle, (Diffusion of Gnsses) that two giifse s tend to mix in exact proportions, no matter what may bo tho quantity. Tho evil effect of re breathlutr tho air cannot bo exagger ated, or over estimated ; in so doing wo tako back into our bodies that.whlch according to naturo's plans has just been rejected; in consequence of which, tho blood leaves the lungs, benr ing, not tho invigoratt g oxygen, but refuso and elloto matter, which ob structs, yea, poisons the wholo system; tho effects soon follow; tho muscles be como lux and sluggish.tho blaod Instead of flowing in its wanton way, becomes stagnant, tho heart ceases to boat with its usual alacrity, but beats slow and Irregular. Tho food remains undl gCftod, tho brain is dull and clogged. Without lellef, results aro fatal. Car bonic acid gas assumes its poisonous sway in tho absence of tho life-giving principle, tlireo or four per cent, of which, according lo Prof. Miller, nets as a narcotic poison. Now, if these aro facts, and you need but to investigate tho subject of foul air, In order to satis fy yourself, does it not suggest to thu minds of ovcry lover of good health, alacrity and cheerfulness, that the mat tor of ventilation should arrest your at tention ; enough at least, that you see to It Unit your pal lors, your bedrooms, your school-house nnd yi.ur churches bo supplied, and kept supplied with pure air. Of all tho necessities nnd luxuries of life, none are so cheap as fiesh puro air; only to opoii a spaco and lot it come in. If any ono would bo convinced of (ho filthines, to say nothing of tho dangers of impure- or vitiated air, you noed but .. , . . Ku jiuiu ujiuu air, or irom a well ven tilated room and open tho door of a onuiy vontllated school room crowded with somo forty or fifty pupils the stench and poison that will greet your nasal organs, as you enter and snuff tho atmosphere-of thnt loom, will convince tho most Incredulous; outer, If you enn, and witness tho languor and sluggish ness of thoso pupils tho teacher Inson siblo to either their misery or their own suffering for want of vitallzatlon, complains of tho dullness of his pupils, nnd his own headaches and other ail ments results of a poisoned system. Our sohool-housesnro not p'operly ven tilated ; nay, of ton not ventilated at all. Our modern architectural oxqulslto noss is at fault in reference to ventila tion, as woll as In many othor rcspoets of necessity and convenience Venti lation, if provided for nt all, Is but poor ly arranged, Any plan that .seems to bo In keeping with an architectural do sign, whether It niooti the lequlro montsjof furnishing Dure ni r or not. nrn coivplied with nnd thu poor famished pupils aro Its victims. Even tho elo gnnt and costly structure- of the Oreo-on Publlo School building is faulty in this respect, without stopping to explain tho ventllatinir intentions of' this build. ing, sulllco it to sny.thoynrolnsufllciont; mo rooms aro not proporly suppllod wihi mis choapest of luxuries. The flutr do for ventilation Is, that ii constant nnd uniform supply of puro nir bo introducedIf in winter this j supply bo previously warmed It Is most i rttt l . . i iigreeniiio, i uis nuo is trampled upon i in our school bulldmir. Second: each room should bo provided with a lluo or ventilator, with two valves or roglsturs for the escape of Impure vir ono near tho colling tho other near the floor. Tills our house does not have. Third: Each venlldmtsliouldbo80 construct ed as to secure a constant draft; this. wo hare not. Fourth: For summor, ventilation may bo secured by opening a window ut.tho top; and at tho bottom and nt opposllo sides of thu loom; but is not advisable that any one should rcmali' In tho Passing current of cold air. This latter method we have in the Orc2on school buihliug,whleli is scarce j ly over used lu tho summer mouths. I Tliu menus, of ventilation In thlc house consists of a register or two in I each loom, in or near the floor, for tho admission of pure air; but lo accord with rulu second, it should huvo an es cape at or near tho ceiling, which It has not; lieiieu iiibiilUclotit. Therefore tho only ventilation which will meet thu de mands of any room of this liouso Is through the windows, thrown open ut top nnd bottom the only way that they can be opened nt all. Hence von must subicctyuur munis either to a vitinted atmosphere or st draft of cold air orc- .itomiiiy, irom thu bottom of windows, which strikes them about thu shoulders and the unprotected face and throat Such hanging of sasli may bo urcbl teetural but bad ventilators. Novus Homo. THE East Forest is now prepared for business and will pay tho highest market price for Wheat ... i i aim worn. Peterson's Magazine is constantl improving Elmlru (X. Y.I Husband num. A IVInc Ilcnrnn. "Dencon Wihlr,I want you to tell me iiiiw vwu Kept youi'seii ami lamiiy weli thu past season, when all thu rest of us have been sick so much, and have had me doctors visiting 11 so often?" limilint l llVllll'. till. llil:t'ii. ,a rt,... easy, f used Hop Hitters in time, kciit ..... I n 11 ...1 1 1 . ' , mi ii.iiiiii huh Hiiu niiveu iiueior 0111s. Tliice dollarrt' wni'tli of It built na ...ii and able to work all thu time I'll war rant It lus cost von uiH the msl-'hbiirs 0110 lo two hundred dollars nnioee to keep sick the same time." "Deacon I'd use your medicine here after." I'lin Is worth moro thnn phvsic, nnd whoever Invents or discovers a now sup ply dusurves thu nninu of nnbllu hum! factor. A Heo's sting Is onlv one-fourth of an men long, a vury small and insignlll emit tllltlir. Vlit ll lmlfi.a 11 in. ion of about two leet, and there's notli- iug sungy aoout tiiu i-ensation cithei .v rurtaui iiiei-eiiani's wtie danced to a late houi cnu wWm hwmhiim od, and returned homo in a thin dress. Next illumine Miu had a sovoro huad ache and soncral nalu and uolins in Ih.i bones and joints. Sho and her husband considered It a trivial atliili, and thought 01 no siti'inns vi.siiitj 'i'iw. iw.vi t days she became much worse and a uuetor was en nil in. Tin in(l..,l 1.. 11...1 out the eauso of nifferinjr, and was then eniod by the u-e of Dr. llrimKninl's English Femalu Hitters. Ono bottle of tins wondurlul female regulator would have cured her durin the liret few days. Mrs. Partini'ton. u-lm 1 h,vj ovj I rill 1 1. which tempted Eve, was a Hay Con- MUM II KU. I IIS tlNl'flVIl'Ml I Ii t tlwi .-... ,...-1 nil uiitm TVO "Wilt .lin-ul.inl.n omt .,.,, stijiatlon, alllletlng nearly every human being, aro relieved by Halley's Saline Apencut. Till) nni'tlltlf. S.,llll1tnillt.llia lioml fl... . - ........,.. tinu,. biiu ailtlei'S Of Slllirs fur lll-lnL-llnr is evidently the origon of the pin use Mak- 111 ii 11111,- 1 never used such a medicine. Never, Well lltll'.ll V llt'ltlV ll finiiiia .,,,,1 J ......, 1 ...IV. sparkles just like a glues of soda water. Oh! it is perfectly splendid. Ono swal low euies heartburn and acid ston noli. So cooling and delightful in fevers and Nick hl'itllill'lin. I'm- I111l1ltn.il ......il.. . - ... (..... 1I,,,-1VII,- lion, I use it nil the ilmo, nnd prefer it ui iiiiuiiiig uisu, ii is soiii at ou cents per bottle of 20 dose, and is known as Halloy's Sallna Apnnuiit." Thus speaks a most sonslblu woman. 05TLY LISTEN 1 Our stock of Hardwaro and and Implements is tho largest in Holt county. Wo wo can make it an inducement to you to purchase Irom HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Ni'tlce U hereby i; veu hi nil rjcillturs anil imm, ilfCfiiHeil.t.m I. J. II. 11. Ciirrls, uilmliils- Imln, nl b. 1.1 ..t ,.. ... I........1 ... . ....... .. '" II "" nuilV. IIHCIIIl Ul I1IHRO Illllll 8t'l- tli-iui'iit thcri-of ut tho next NnveinhiT, 18S1 ......... ..... a .-, viiin ii nun. cuiiiiiy, jiio., hi ho hflil ut Hit; Court Jlmiso In the uily nf Oremin, Mil, beglii.ihiB on thu lull iliiv nf No vcniber. 1881. .I.H.c nuilriH C. W. Tiiom ah, Atty. for Ailin'r. A,,,"'r' FOR SALE. KnVArill Joulrilltlii iltimllliw !.... ....-1 i.. I.. ..v.i.i v '"UlKUIHUK llUUirn HUH HUH 111 Ort'Kim, nt rtMMinable rates. Kcr ii'rms tie. una mm heo O'lAlXON & IHVlNl:. Oregon, Mu, Our linn nf Vntfmm la nAnmlnin & 1WHUIIU svsriiiVlU 111 every detail and aro remarkably low 111 pueu oy ivrccK ee tvatson. iiitv Your FurnlshliiK Uoods. Hats. Cans. Hoots and Shoos at Amos Castle's JfS-NlHV Ktvll'H 111 TTllId nml Kroek & Watson. ' Tin. nidi mil. fa. inn vti 11.. . ' -- - f 1 , ...w, . V -lU U forirot vnur niiislii Iniiumi. 'IV R llimln now keopf a stock ot sheet muslo. CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Trv it. when nil nthni- rnnimllna nil nnr got relief. Un v It of King & Proud, Ore gon j franco & (jo., Forost City. FROM SCHULTE BROS. ( BEAD THE DECLARATIONS! We have now on hand a complete Screw Fastened of nil sWna. Wnrronln,! t MATKMA1 !...., I i i . . .... .inii.ii Kim Hiiuiii infurlnrity of stock, tlio monny bo nn v i mi iiuiivit hi rif 11111 niiniir mnr nmu CLOTHING for Summer and Fall wearing at coot nnd Fifty. Cents. JUST RECEIVED u nice lino of Baby's, Hoy's nnd Men's "Henry Stewart" ... ""v. uui-Mii.-'-B, nun uun nnd tried machine, at us low a unm ns IS linll- 111 llt.fl ill. nnaa n..l ..... 1,1.. mnol.t..,. ..I I I ' V , . - . . . .. ......iiiuu in. .4.. -i wn iiuiiii miu mi. i 4' ml lor iinv nui'ts iliwli n.l .., , ,v.,m mr 11 n nUn nn... call and examine our goods. SolxxxltelJBrois WestSide Pnblic Square FO!K A Bargain for Some HlklllfV ilnutiiimu ,C tf11c.l "iiwim " i.-hiih iii(y 1IIN1IIUSM 111 UrClJOIl I oiler for Sulo my Entire Stock of Goods together with THE RED FRONT STORE, knd nil Improvements. I nlso wish City lt I II n I fill 111 nlin nf I fill ll.iaf finnl i.na l .l. ...u ..I.,. i.n,.iuuii.i iii ill iiiu city and Dntli improved and unimproved farms in Holt county. For full lllll lll'lllll in III1I1IV ill i - -rrv W- HE. STERRETT, SEE OUR NEW FALL CLOTHING AND Barnes & NEW A. M. SAXTON. SAXTON & Jewelers, WI10I.KHAIJ-: AND Fine Watches, Rich Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Sliver Plated Ware. French an American Clonks, flnnrn ninn Cnonfnnine I n fail eviTj thhiK licrUUnliig to tho .Jewelry trailo. Wo shall offer extra liiiliicpinciits lo pur chl.M'rs t ho emu Iiik rpusiiii. A visit of liiMiiTtlun Is cxteiuleil lo all. Yon will l i lt to jour IntiTest to exuiiiliie oiusiock Lefore inukliiK your purchii.si's, for wo iiioaii what wu Lav. ilia U r . . SV"Kfn!XKW H?r.l:;.':i!.tMU'!iY" " CLOSING OUT I NEW CLOTHING HOUSE! H. B. KETCHAM, Proprietor. Felix Street, Between Thlrdand Fourth At old Stand of Townsand Wyntt & Co. CLOTHING, HATS, GAPS. FORMSHING GOODS, 33. 33IIM, Wfl urn nmv infnlrlnrr ntifl nfnrlurr over brought to this Market. Made and wiihuiu tiMiiiwfc vMit ttlljr uirovuiii(iAiviu Hum j ut (TIllUII Will UU DOIU nv or cash, we would bo pleased to havo (iiotniiKj. to can on us nnd examlno our iu uuiiuuuiiv viu 4iuii miu jiriuua lyiu give H. B. KETCHAM, stock of the celebrate M. T. Wells & Co's Boots and Shoes, -n.,.-. A VTC.It.v r, t. . . . ; ' inn ii iiiviiiiiiiLiiiii it ifJiiLiun n nil ivfiimlutl to tfivm: and U p)ods ol tl j m.i tt it .ui.1.1 on ihiuhhi t.w 1 carriage Light Summer ConU for Flno Hats, to be sold nt low prices. Tho Sewing Machine pujiinj- on iarucs wnii mis uine ioPigd t Im v nm im nniv-iincmi nm-.i. c...... ..II it ... .. 111.11 ... I. . nn oi'iiiiuc is uiwavrf r 'luiv m snow the " in iMnum I IHl Ul pniHT IIIU kvii iieeuiUH ami ocsi oil. wn call also I, ...... num.. ........ ..!.,.. 1 1.... i... ... j "x.iv..,,. ...iijuuKj OREGON, MO. SALE l . . - i ... 9.. s to sell tho building known as th Hotel, uiu un.v, insn ii miiiiuer 01 oincr lots ..:.. A 1 .. .. .. . . body OliEGON, IVXo. STOCKOF Collisoii's POINT. R. II. HENDRICK HENDRICK, J ewelers, ltKTAII, UEAI.EItH IN H.HWWWW. UU.U.UUILJl M in..tSlieWiiZulWSSll DMCaiiag-er. ihn lnrrrnut nnd flnnof atnrAr nf rnnil.lH. trimmed In tho Most Stylish nnd Fnslfc visitors from Holt county, wnnlln si goods aril prlcos beforo buying, nnd uiiiisiiiuuuii, St. Joseph Mo. Expectation thnt. tlm Sim! hem States will bo wllllnc la exchanira.Llinlr.L.. TMIIln linmla tnl I TtnrntlA..tf a IiahiI. la said to bo tho fotindntlon for iliti recent demand for those famous: securities, hut (there h' very littlo danger of it. Tho bonds of the Southern . States arc bail cnouilh. troodnoss knotvs. under rnniidl atlon Democratic control, but the Con federnto bonds nru absolutely withou nopo Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy A man'idriiiQ c-nrn fv Piiiiin-t. m.vli tht rla, Canker mouth, nnd Head Ache. wiui enen nouiu mere an ingenious tllKtnl Tlllntttnl fill 11,11 nn.. an. ...,...,...! ...I inn iiiiiiu nun u-oi in treatment of these complaints without "V A ' S. " vkviii tnrt i tiuififi iiwifrrm nni A trnvulur Iirnnl;fti lint .1 nt Ai.bnn - " '.vikiiiwiim m 1111 ill I1UI' SUA mitCl rimilMHtnil thl Wiltflll fl fnLii Ina cup of cotTeo out lilt tlmynnl and auup o-fiiiuui iiiu waiurom 01 n edy lo Inko in the spring ol' tho year to .1... I.I 1 (..!.. .1... -.. . lining iiiu iiiimiii, nn ioiaiu mo sysiem, tit tinttllt lllllt linnliiii.i ttbllUllf (till 4 1 U tlio healthy tone nnd vigor of tho wholo ni.M-ium liieciiauism, wnicii oitoil lie comes impaired during thu winter, by aiiuii'ieiii, viuu in ine niaiici OIIIIOI. u...Vt..t..... I.. .1.- .. . SomO linrrlllH'IIIIU lllni.ll lino nnlnnliul a nifdiulne to make a follow riso earl; in uiu morning ino iioston rost says a six months old baby can beat it to UUIllll If the functions nf tlm HrAi. -- - (VI Kl VJ III till way disordered, the wholo body, and not 1 (111 v llie 0(1 wiiij uiu umij, inn mo muni syniputlil t i t in .lh.lnrlin.1 ,... ' lrtit... ; . ..uiwii? compiainis ...n ......,.w urn liwtl'r nniunwm tlinti ...w.u vviniuwil bllltll illlj other disease;, and to removo tho bile, im huh nt. ui regniiuo inn Lavor, you only havo to take Slninion's Liver Keen. lamr, which win impart now life and vigor to tlio whole-system. Double blnsnilniss nf nnv amt to l.nf tcrthau double wreelicdness If bolna ine companion for lifo of n person Who is UUNiiltnliln fin- vim nr .vlw.in I - . jut. v. . V HIIVIIII I JUll IIIU IIIIHllllllOIO. Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint. it not worth tlm mnnll cents lo free youisolves of every symp toill of these illstrnssl nif iiiniml.itntu 1 you think so cull ut our store nnd got a hotllouf .Milloh's Vlhilizni-. m'liri liriftln mis n luiuicii iiaraiHce on it; use nc- unriiiiigiy uiidiin (iocs you no good It will cost you nothing. Sold by T. S. Hindu, Oregon, Rio. a young lady from the country, now Visit fill' ill till. fllr. ll'liti.a li.inw. II,...,. . . . . I , " " ' -j .. ",,'iiiu uiia. isiniiiiiy imi i nouiing now wiileli dootli mi. iiiiiii uji nur uinse. aim ino nicr you iiuiu muni iiiu more you air IIUIIZU. Shlloh's Consumnlion Cure 1 Ills is IlllVOIld nnnstlnn llin limit SlleCCS.sflll t.'oilirli Miiilh.iiwt' u... I,.. ever soiii, a low doses Invariably cine uiu worsi cases 01 uoueii, t;roup, vinl iironenius, wnuo its wonderful suc cess in ine euro of Consumption sviiiiuiiL ii im mi im in tiuu tiiutnm nioilleino. SIticcs its Hrst discovorv IliVH 0(Un Sdlll flfl tl miitrntitim ti tut . , " V i....v.j It Willi which no other medicine can stand. If you havo a Cough wo earnestly ask VOU to tl'V It Prion M rtH. AO i.ta .m.i iji.tiu if your Lungs are sore, Chest, ov llacK", I.auio, uso Shlloh's Porous Pla ster. sold o.V J S. II nilc. Oreirnn Mn This nnn 1'iwf. tu hot tin lii.,,i,rvl.f l.nl...... .1 I . ...w.lUIII; IIUIlllll uiu inning in mo pcopio oi tint united States. Kendall's Spavin Cure- is not u.m.i-iiuu n u ii.iimoni. ueati auvcrliso uieiii. CLAItK PHILBRICK, PASII10N-AI1I.K BARBER aiii HAIR CUTTER OUKGOX, MO. West Hhle vlf..u .I,,, t Viil.ll. K,, Tl.,...f..ll.. .. I.. i .. r,''""",' BV "i n il.-." iiiivuia iniyi Ii tho Unrber, ilulr-Cuttl.ie or KhmiuioonhiK IKitroniign of tliiisfl havliiif aiiylhlna Montgomery & lloecker, BANKERS AND HKOKKItS OKEOON, MISSOURI, fxinn ATiinni' llmi- Viinu ti. - hr dual cllh-s. iiml illutlk.nu I'uy Tiufs for noii-reslileiitsi Iximis iiet;otliiten ulu terms. Jsilcrvst nlluwcil mu Tlmu linniislin .. .-.-.im.-, iiiiii iiiftrniiiiui n HlHlin Hll lill'iim. E. J. KELLOGG. A T T 0 It N 13 Y AT LAW, CItAKl. MO. Will .,.,ll ll .1... .. ... ... .. ... in mi nn-i-iiiirui in .11 sss ir , llMtll I.Mttltn lll.il .lnll.,nll.... l...nl J. . .... DON'TFORGET IT Ti-.. i . . ll o navo lust vnnnivnii n ,.,... lariro stock nf r:i Queenswuro, Talilo and Pock' et uutlory, which will he sold cCJ.se margins. HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON LATEAHRIVALS, In Notions, Itlbbous, Ncokwcar Olovos, &jlk Haudkorchlofseto. HEHiJHBEfeR & ANDERSON. A. A. Mctnm ii. ! , . tho now Impro 1..., 10 unuiiu Jiyuui ior (3d light' funning Now ilaehliie, tho best In tho Homo SowliiffA world. gEA QUARTERS For Latest novelties in Diosa Goods, LadlcpSjind Gont's Un- orwoar.nvaii3os, etc, Is f. DO T08J WISH to savo money in tho purohaso 01 jour rim or winter uioin lllcr. vnui' Itniits nml RlmnsP If you do, we plainly toll your if null rm 11a nml lm nnni'lnmnl TTYlTiriTTTiTmrflTiTt a i frfMTiNAvsi UJjMunMuUMl Ci AJl UiliKuUJl. I-Evory lady should call and sco our bonuMful lino offGlnghams. They IIIU UllUilll UV JVIUUKM iruiaoii L. II. KNtWLES. A I TORNEY AT LAW. OUEOOK. M18SOIJUI. I,, in . laiuuu hi nu uuniH. .aicui ivsiaio Dnsi ucsa and lollvctlens promptly utlendud tu. tutu iiu.ii.'.. i.. .,11 . . l'or Tim Couktv PArKn. nftvrffiW7ioniIir?iV'lli7intvl nnro ft. , t (SMtItmt bei icnuso tliey Imvo never liy deed mado thomselveij olhorwlsio. IJut aro thoy puioP Tho body may bo clmsto but the mind Impure. lit the man nr wo man who Is eonsttinlly watching forn misstep In others, pure P Is the man or woumn, who Is cniutntitlr coloring the words nnd deeds of otliors In n-lvn thorn ntmv 1 appearance, pnruP Doubly, isol A I oil ill W. lonrireii lias written. As a man thlnkclh in his heart, so lie i." Is I ho irofcslonttl flirt nnniP No! is. They load their victim to tho brink of ruin nnd lliero keep them. Thoy daro not go further for fear of discovery: Thoso who aro Kept back for fear of discovery aro no purer than thoso who havo really fallen. How much purer nnd nobler we would bo If wo would try to reclaim tho fallen Instead of standlnirnloof. holdim? hack our skirls w C3 - " of feu-righteousness, saving: I nui oiler than you ; when In reality wo nre not so Dure at heart. Tins lin. linnn Illustrated In strong languago In "Twlxt If ............ ...l A tl I. ... . ... jiiiiiiuiiu linn Mini, nv r run i.eo lonodlot. Arthur do Chnntd had been carrying on a lllitatlon, which nfter- ards becamo nu earnest, serious affair '1th him, with it professional married flirt. She led htm ns far as she could ,'lthout over-stepping tho limits ol pro rletv. When lie asked her to liiivn ull and go with him, sho was much shocked that such a meaning hnd been attached to her actions. Ills reply was: "If thnt Is flirtation, nnd if It is tiormittctl to rcspcctablo women to go in cnld blood to such longths, Just to nniuso themselves, thin I think the lost crea tures in tho sttcots lost, throii'rh tho weakness ot their hearts uro nuror in God's eyes, tlmu the arandcn dnuico. who have no hearts to lead them en true. You call yours; If pure-because- vou will not go nway with me. If I were- your husband I could rcsneet vou more if on loved n man wull onotiL'h tonlvo im nil, thnn I could your remaining at my house, using my naaio as a cover for what you term lliitatlons; always going 10 ino verge nnd nover going over only because ou have no blood In vnm- rf--- rums; no heart in your bosom 1 Whv. what tho world calls n lost woman Is mi angel of light eompaied to such us you. ion ruin men's lives to gratify your personal vanity j you hold yoursolf vir tuous becaiuo vou onlv hni 'in f limn . Why, tho hnrdoft-hcurted nalnti-il wretch in Paris lias more oxeusu than you I Sho ruins men's fortunes mill destroy their souls irom sheer idleneso. and emptiness." Yet many contend there is no harm in flirting. Is tlu-ro no liarni in Hlllnir tlio mind of a bov With nnusilnmitih thoughts" Is there nu harm in strength ening in thu mind of older mon, a"bo llef in tlio lightness and frivolitv of her sex till ho i-ettlcs d'uvn upon tho de grading theory that female virtue is an aiiair oi opportunity or temperament P Is a woman elusto who allows a nmu to look the passion ho dares not put. in words or dcodsP This is a terimw nl.- ec.l. When women, in their thought- IU. 8U0SS go to. such lemrtlis that it Im said there is no such a thing as n truly virtuous woman, it is time lor thorn to stop and think. It is just ns obligatory upon mun to bo chaste as wnimm. There Is no dlfferciico boiweeu an im. pure man and an linmiro woman, mm ono Is roo .gnizi d by society, tho other is noi. a man should not expect others to bo what ho can not bo or will not Im hlinsolf. A Kontleuiuu once said: "if. Instead of euftin:: nn errine wnnum from society and allowing hur betrayur to move in the highest circles, if nil the pure, true women would unite in not recognizing hlni at all, there would bo fewur girls ruined nnd moro virtuous men." Christianity does not rocoirnizn nuru words only. Thoy must como from a puro heart How much wo Heed to iiurlfv nnr mvn Hi-no hnf,,.,, ii ting ourselvos in judgment ou others. uiu isi Mum io ino woman urouglit Ii im : "(ill. sill mi nini'ii." If.. L-i.o... ul... 1....1 , ..... ,i.u,i emu iiun a purer heart than hor neeusors. UllSF.llVEU. Forost City, Oct. 21, 1831. Tlio Koval bfimitins 'nf H!iiiv,im mueli of tluor personal nttractlvonosR to theiiilluunue nf Avnr'n fi.it.. vi,... ...1.1..1. keops the hair fresh and bright. 831 E CURATOR 1 ountry Gentleman ! TIIH llKHTfllf Til If AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. ENLARGEMENT FOR 1882 Tlio Pnittitw nai41A..... 1,. 41... t ... . - i " 'is'ivimiuo, iii in in i nml mrtiOBl vuliie of contents, In extent nml ubll- either ot tlm tlireo chief divisions. FAHM CltOFH AND I'ltDOKHSEH. . noimcuimjitK & KituiT-aiiowrNo, LIVK STnnir ivn mniviu.. jy?i!!fint,J!?-!Dcl2l!rs n.n. ,ll'1(",,''''l'''ftinents of vXliif.?;,0iV,,,,1 iMi-HnrisB ami IVlrai.- Answers, l'resliln iteaillnif. Koincstlo Ee iiiomy mill 11 Mlimmirv nt Oia V..Y. U of .1... if.T..."uil!. S!SlK?t.SW..l.?M wmiplfK. and ii tot ot "&nx SKnvK yiXMr- . ..'iTf11' niarueraiiy ll listrateinfcnilrr liUenileilt sniii)ly n cimtlminllv liKSiln degreo, nnd In the bestsenso of tlm ternir I.IVK ADItlOtll.TIIltAI. U'ivuiui,.i. . "...-. i ... T ieOlUlllQ ef thn rtminlrv fln.,(l. ... 1882 will ho I.AltOKIiY INOItEARKI) In Clon tonts iv 1 10 nildltlnii nf .n Z?. I. LriHires lo meet jim growlnc deiniinils uiinn its 7iiimcB. but tlio junrw uiu .,,ti , 2a v...'.. tVJiW'ifL'Si! "flvaneni Ono copy, ono year,a3.BO: KouNjyp !esio.oe i nnd miiid. d tlonnl com- for tlXSyenrfTee to the Vender nf the club. Ten Con es. M20.00 nml ...l.ii- .0'i',J ,opy tor the yeur free to tho sender' of tWAll nPW Hlth.nrlllArfl 'fan taut, n.nl.n M nilvanco now. will receive tho iwiu'r wcekiv 'V.1?' WflPt nf reinlttunce to January 1st 1883, without cluirKo. ' tar- Specimen copies Fre. Address IiVTIIER TVCKrR A HON, I'ublUliers, ALBANY, N. Y, Ilunifreilfl nf rlni'rrvtni.n. ilnnf n.-u n .1 others havo need Kundnll's Spavin Curo ... I ,1. ,1.A 1. . 1 1 1 .. ini mu uuuv ouui.uss, nouu niivortiso" mont.