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Siuti'ini-nti will In- tin'siMiti'ii t ttu unil nf me iiioiiili. r.ATKs for iiilverlliltii? will lie lurwurtliit 011 application. .ton WoitK. V tup pr-pnriMl to ilo jilt kliuli of Jon Work In llnt-il:inlMr and nattMoou-Rtili- r.t.n. p.iynlilo mi dcllvrv. Al,t. ii'''llbprt oidi'ilnj,- 11 Vliansp In tlioir ioitoni-tiiiililrp will tiii;in kIvp ttiflr fnr- IniT IMMtolHfl". M fll M tlll lllil..lllpn 1.. UMllffll III.... ..Itl. .1... ..V..... ..f. 1 .... . ......... ,ij .1,-.- jmjivr l-lllllllll'll. !' '.'"'.Vi'i r.u.'l"wt 111 t" avoid conriiMuii 111 iiinllliut t ip liimi-r. 1 Mt a'teiitluii will lip paid tu lnitriiili t.i illicoutl uip t!i psipor, unli-,1 nil arr ut .i lito paid. Tm: Indiaiiapolm News thinks Demo cratic journals ato payln- a poor com pliment to Democratic, voters in Itidi ana when tltuy .ipread and vouch for the fctory that Dorsey and llrady bought Indiana voters In ld80 nt tho rato of aoveit tlollars per head. It does look a if the Democracy of Indiana had been playing with edgod-swords. Tut: prospects for a Democratic vic tory in tho National conti.st in 1684 are not very bright. The crops are im mense, tho people are exceedingly pro pennw and want is but IHllo known. There will bo no croaking, and there fore no disairection in Iho Kepnbliean ranks. Hourbonis.n can never domin ate thu country until thu condition of tho country changes. . Down In Kentucky tlio ouestion of education is Bllrrlng up the natives. In that icrtilo Str.to of pretty women and fast horses there are lo3,U31 people who cannot nlgn their names or read them nfier being signed. The Danville Tri buuo and other live Kepnbliean jour mils are chaking tho.10 fruits of Hour bon itilo in Kentucky in the faces ot tho people with telling effect. Acco::ii.vi! to the Philadelphia Press, tho nlost cogent reason in the mimW of the Democracy why the lto;,ubIieau party must go are, tho rapidity wiih which tho National debt is being paid off, tho increasing credit of tlm United tita'.o, the sound condition of the cur rency and tlio economy with whieh thu ruvonuo is being collected. And very strong reasons they are with tho aver- ago IJourbun, who behoves in by rctioaresaion. progress 0 ' Taintr. is no mistaking thu fact that thu present h tlio most prospuious year tiiu Suies of tho South havo over seen. There seems to bo a bojin all along thu lino. Thu wisu men ol tho South should seo to it that KiiKlux and tlio enemies of progress avo promptly sup. prcss-od and inadu to feel the itrong arm of the law. ItVould bo a shame and a disgrace to permit a few lawless hordes of vaud ils to overthrow and turn a.Ido the tide of prosperity which seems to bo ready to blc.i.s iho Mouth. Uumoiis tiro in eiiculatlon that our Governor is soiioiulv considoniiL' as to ... - " calling an extra session of tho ieglsla - turutlio object boliir to. obtain such , , , ,. ., . ! t n, TV " ST0 lh ;biV? 'Jl auilltav IiV the -SI. I. mi s i !.w,n i,,.,... )( Sunday by the St. Louis saloon keep nrs. Wo doubt the propriety of the Governor's action. Tho law is mill ciont in St. Louis, as olsuwhero. Tho trouble is with tho officials. They havo no desliu to enforce itj indeed they do everything posnlblo to nullity it. When over judges uro honest, and sheriffs and constables anil marshalU ollicient, then the Downing law, thu Sunday closing law, and every other statute can ho en forced. The dilUeulty comes Irom tho fact that tho olllccrs in St. Louts nra counting tlio infiucneo of tho saloon lcoupeis and browois for tiso in future elections. Thoy nru after tlio saloon vote, and evadu tho csoeution of the law with all thu tricks with which thoy arc familiar. An extra session of tho legislature would cost tho peoplo of tho state -50,-000, and nothing good would bo aceom. plished. Tho Governor should compel tlio ofllciuls to enforce tlio law or "turn tho rascals out." A Life Savlrifl Prosenl. Mr. M. K. Allison, HulcbliisJii. Kan. huvod Ids iifo by a siiuplo Trial JJoliio of Dr. King's Now Dlioovorv, for Con sumption, which caused hfm to pio ouro n largo bottle, that, completely ourod lilin, when Doctors, change of climatu and ovorytlilng else had failed. Asthma, IJronohltis, Hoarsono-'s, Severe Coughs, and all Throat and Lung tils", oases. It is guaranteed" to euro. Trial nottlus frou at T. d. Iliadu, Drug Sloro. Largo sizo SI. 00. Tho tlghf of Folly. To wait until you aro in bed with disease you may not gut over for Hipn'hs, Is tho height of folly.whon you might bo easily cured during tho early oymptomji by Parker's Ginger Tonio. Wo have known slokly families mudu tho hoa thlost, by a timely uso ol this pure medicine. j MsLEAfJ'S VICTORY. Mr.5Ict.oan tnnt lip mlmllteil to be ono of Mm lirpwitdt Hoiiincrallc lcnili'M in tho h luf a f Ohio, ami tlonbtlcsi n? u lwnl oranicr lio Inn no piiii.tl within I tho Jtatr. Ilu nl.'o owns a now.suaiier, j which, uii'Ior liN own iiorxuiiul man t ngnnn-nl, Is one of tho nhlesl euniliiuWtl I UumocfiUlo Journals of thu nation. Mr. Mtl.ttui has u pwtilhtrity, whiali, when nnitlyzoil, It found to ho to run lnq pit ; pur to stilt hltn.-lf. llarly in iliu semoit , it win letiriiu l that hp ilul not fawir n. turning Mr. IVmllpion to thp Senate. 1 mmii inn in uir ih iiihi; 1 niuniiitt of s iphMry ini from Oiu 1. No reasonniu iroin uiu ir I'lim 01 .Mr. run. ... dleton has been able to nersiiado hlni , from hit course. Thai tho action of 1 IIUIll III VUlll TO. 1 11.11 lUU aeilUIl OI ' his party in nominating .Mr. Hoadly for ! Or.ini.ii.i ..... . .1 ... HoVOfllOl', WflS (lipUitslllU tO Ml', Mcl'01"' ct't JU doubted, and instead r.f !luifftfv (In. f.ff.w. I.. .n.l.. I ... ..it. .ii kiiu i in ui u Pi.'iiit; lliuilvl.1 UL tween tho editor ftiid Mr. lVmlli ton. it tween them. All limm of ii.iiinii.iii i I. lion havini' abated, tho I'eiiillpton nln inent determine I V ftriko a lellln-r blow designed to uuiU; Mr. McLean and Ins newspaper enterprise. This is tlio way they did it: i'ln-y established a new Democratic paper in Cincinnati and christened it "Tho News .Journal." Not only did thry antielpato running Mr. McLean's .nlluenco now and here after, but designed as Well to control the noininniloiH ol tin; convention of Hamilton county more especially In tho matter uf sotectinir candidates for tho Ii'L'Klatuio "h'"'""'"' Tho latter they honed to do. Some wilter tells us that "hopt di ferred wakes tho huait sick." lint what must havo been the true condi tinn of tl.o Pendleton striueis when the aforesaid convention ;was organized a few days ago, .and Mr. McLean, was found to be in possession ot tho whole body? Tho Pendleton legislative can didates went down before tlio votes fired fiom McLean's battery uutil tho close ot tho conllict, when that go .tie man stepped forth and exhibited as ids trophy an unbroken column of aim Pendleton legllshitivo candidates. In their hour of sore diseoin lUirc, the do foatdl party, instead of conl'es-ing that they had "shied their caster into the ring1' against an unequal competitor, most blattantly set up the cry of whole falo and outiagcous bribery. How ever, this is tho tHiial uharge ot defeat ed Democracy. Hut hero was present ed ; situation inenaiieliig, in no small degree, tho chances of thu state ticket for siiecuss. Something must bu done and that After much porjuailon and days of delay, tl.o News-.Iournal at length consents to support tho county ticket, but as tho result of thu agreement. Mr. McLean obligates liiuiielf to give his ntppnrt to I loudly, as he inn not done befoiu, and Iliadly for hts part of tho bargain is to work against Pendleton. Tho discovery of this treaty has ar roused a full giowii tempest 111 the Democratic ranks in Hamilton county, tho fury and result of w liieh we will give with plo.isiiro to our readers as the facts arc obtained. Siilllee to say that Mr. Hoadly is finding his candidacy fraught with many .erp!e.i:ies wiiich !)( 1 1 1 1 lint i.iiiiiI.i.I .... .i.l.... 1 11 vxnnkvn nun uu iuiuw led his noiuiiialiou to "oust him too much money," in the laiirrunire of Mr. AVoodrtard. Upon thu other hand. .Judge Forakcr, with a party in perfect harmony, advocating sound principles h growing In fuvm- every day, and is so certain to be elected that Tin: Si:nti.m:i, has no hesitancy, consider ing tiiat ho is .1 young man in tlio full possession of his vital forces, iirtalling him Coverner Forakcr. ' Tin: trial of Prank James appears to have taken the form of a political issue ciiietly bec-iuso of tho understanding' that the Governor pardoned him of all ids sins when tho bandit surrendered. Although tho pioVoeution seems detur ; -"n vi...,.uv.iii.iii.iui;iij3 IICIUI' 1 mined to convict him if there is any ' iidm 1.1 ....,,., ,...1.1., ,, . r ""r -... .ilium 13 II I "',U,,U1 l,uhu( tlmt ll,u a ....ntr.. .1 .n. . ... i . . . . iiiiuiu niu vuiuiui iiii'i pariiou ijitu ;i., soon as eonvieted. In euso that Is done and Mr. .lames Is released from custody of our oniclals, ho will iceolvo a press ing invitation from Minneso'tn to join Ins old cronies, tho Younger boys, in tlio penitentiary of that state. Ho win indicted in "(i with them for tlio mur der of tho cashier ol tlio Northflcld bank, and wo oplno tho MbBouri ninth. od of treating bandits djes not prevail in Minnesota. It Governor Crittenden wi'l respond to n requisition fi.r thu body of domes, and it is dlllloult to seo how ho can do go, tho horo of so many struggle may find peaeo in tlio ponl Joiiliarv at last. . Buckloii'sArnea Salvcl Tho greatest medical wonder of tho wor.d. Warranted to spedily cure Hums, llruises, Cuts fleers, Salt Khoum. Fever Sores, Cancers, Pes Chilblains, Corns, Chapped Hands, and all skin eruptions guaranteed to euro In every instance, or money ofuml i;d. a5 cunts per box. Fur side at T. S. Hindu's drug stoio. Tho complicated diseases brought on by Intense study, thought, eniu.anxlofy, etc., are often of tlio most serious na ture. Heed such symptoms as loss of nii'iiinry, universal lassitude, hoifrt ilisoao,kMnoy coinplaints.ilver troubles and a general breaking down of health and strength. When thus Mllicted, when (he least oxartiou causes great fatigue, when life seoras a burden, use tho re lablu strengthening tonlo.Ilrown'a lion liltturs. It will nffoid you siiro re lief. A Difficult Problem Solved. Tho doMro forstlmulants is bocoinln a inonstroiis evil and how to overcome it is iv serious question witli reformers Parker's Ginger Tonio fairly solves (ho (llfllfilllt. nivililnni Tt I... i- ; u iiiiikoiiiius uuuy and mind without Intoxicating, and has brought health and happlnoss to many desolato homes, FROM ST. JOSEPH. The Kllsct of tlw Downing Law, Tho Ex oaltion,-Other Topics of Interest. Altor a ictirpinunt of two weeks your corruKpoiiiIoiil again iittunipts to write soniuthliit; of interest for the readers uf tho Skntinki,. ily tho wa.v,nllow nic to eonipllnieut tho publishers -hi the I111 piovptncnt tnado in tlio new paper. Tho aatno Skntini:i. is one of tint whet that could be ehoneu for any newspaper it u mum livn uf 11 mil(lifnliiis4 iviriU r" . -.. - uVtJ1 irn of jowv p qior which menu these days of potty thioving, patent , salesman, nolo raiser, setc is of it real "-'ed. Tho addition of tho name Holt - .iv. i.iu. .... vi ii.w ii.ii.ii, i.i'iv t - 'ounty, ovctconies the objection often j Ill'mi.l mf.lllldt till lllll C.illllll P. 1.1.11 ....' ....iii ..... vr....t, ...!' j which stated nowhere that it was pub lished In Holt county, but the papers greatest good was m reducing Its size, printing all original matter, at homo and tho reduction in price. Topics of Interest In tho city are few and far between. Thu Hou(?) Jas. Mrluorny, councilman, saloon kecpui, non-taxpajer and determined disobey- er of the Downing Law, has been ar-' vested, tiled ii: atrial lasting four days, and ' after a live hours wpreeh b Ids council, convlutod and lined for diso beying tlio law, tlio vase will be appeal- cd to I he circuit court for its decision. Mclnerny is treasurer of the Protector's of Personal I.lbcrty(?) and psliei- mak ing them pay tho eo.-ts in the mil, thu end may lie a long way oil". 'I he cliy presents an unusually quiet appearance 11H Sunday, all saloons and many con fietioiiarie!. being closed, oven Iho beer bargo lias been beared Into obeying the law, the only amusement the city offers on Sunday is niatehgames of base ball, which ate played at tho exposition grounds and draw large crowd. Thu Kluctriu 'Light and Imposition are the most interesting topics at pre sent, tho former Is being put into readi ness as last as man can do it, tlio polos are nearly all in place, the maehlneiy is in u oiking ouler and stretching the wires is tlio only thing yet to bo done; tills will bu a great attraction during fair week. The L'xpo'iltion is fairly booming and the prospects for tiio greatest fair ever held hero aro certainly Haltering. Tho liberal racing pieininuuis offered has drawn some ot tlio hot horses in thu country hero; an additional l.Vj feet of grandstand has been built wlucli willao commodate 0,000 people,au 1 will add to tho comfort of ll pations No fai iner or 'over of lino sleek should fail to seu tho display this year which will beyond doubt be gi anil. Atchison lias no fair this jcar and the St. Joseph fair will draw thousands of people hero fro m there and suriounding country. Our merchants tiro taking a great deal of nterest in it" success and thu display throughout, thu buildings, will boon a larger t-ealo than over attempted fee furn, they will illuminate their stores every evening during tho week, and do all in their power to enterlatii visitors. One of tho specinl sight at tho fair will bo tho Patent Incubator or Chicken Hatcherjwhieh wi.l boiu constant oper ation uuring tho week. Uusincss is pick ing up and puupcets are good. Polities at a staiistill, Onsi:itvi:it. WONDERFULLY SLY. .Judge Kiniio.of lowr., is trying to per swule tlio farmers ot thatSlalo that free trade in wool and woolons, 1". c, largo Importations of wool from Australia and of woolen goods from Kugland.will tnaku shuep-iaisiug and woolen- manu facturing 111 tho Northwest oneo more profitable. "Tho reason there has been n decline in the number of sheep raised in Iowa," insinuates tho astuto Kinno, "is that not enough wool has been im ported from foreign parts to mix with your Iowa wools so as mako good cloth and the reason why tho woolen goods makers of Iowa have closud has been ' mill' not Ol IM " I ' Ih illlll M'CUCl ! was imported to enable yom- tail ' that, not onougli British and Kronen ors to soloet good foreign cloth to mix with your Iowa cloth in making a suit. 'Foreign wool and cloth wero b dh shut out by tho high protectlvo tariff," says Judgo Kinno, "amino your domestic wool and cloth,for want of foreign wool and cloth enough to mix with thorn, have gone without n buyer, havo fallen in priee.and tho wool-gro,vor and wool-cn-mauufaQiurer havo been ruined." Tho best mode m which the voters of Iowa can troat Judgo Kinno'allttlo argu ments Is to trust iu its complete sincerity and apply It to ils own campaign. They should say to him, "Judge Kinno, wo know that thou art ugly, and we infer that thou art wlsa. Wo havo hoard thy precious argument, and wo proposo to apply It to tho Democratic canvass in Iowa. There has been for many years a dollolcney in tho Democrat lo vote In Iowa when tho returns come to bo coun ted as marked an tho lulling off In sheep and m cloth. Wo conclude that this has been duo to tlio fact that the Kepnbliean votes whiei have been r.t tho disposal of tho canvas-sera to mix with tho Demo cratic vols, have not been numerous enough to result iu iiDeinooratio major Ity. What is needed to insure a purely Democratic majority next fall Is oil douily Kepnbliean votes to mix in lar ger proportions witli your Domocratlo vote. Wo shall all, therefore, vote tho Kopubllean ticket entire And in caso you oiu btlll short on your Domoorotio majority, you must charge 'your doloat to thoso Hourbons who still continuo to voto tho Domocratlo ticket, tl.orebr do. Driving you of thath nalthy ndiuixturo nf Kopubliuaii votes which is so essential to Democratic success." Judgo Kinno Is so sly, Mr. T. Ii. Shoror, drucgist.atllethany, Mo. .says i "Urown'a Iron NUtors lias proven itsolf ono of tho most successful medicines I sel." ARE YOU. Wo cordially invito tho people of Holt County and vicinity, who visit the city during l'air week, to pay us n vis it of Inspection. Two of our buyers, Mr. Chamber and Mr. Simpson, arc now in thu Knstern Markets; ami wo are assured, as a result of their endeavors,, that wo shall this tall ho enabled to show tho most varied and itttraotlvu slock of novelties In by ti. Our Mii-j of Ladies' and Children's Suits, Furnishing; Goods and Fashion able Cloaks and "Wrappings of every description will Do unusually extensive, nnd very leasonablo in price, and must attract the attention of all who fee them." PLKASANT WAITINH HOOMS lor all who favor us with a call. Chambers, Marney-& Co., Nin th Side Felix St., Hot. Mh unci (Jth., ST. JOSEPH, - - ivno. I UIR HWAY AND BYWAYS lownscnd, Wyatt & Co. Arc rapidly gathering in IheirFALL STOCK, our 31 r. Townseiul being now in the Eastern Marts, w i have .just placed in stock our early purchase of more titan Fifty qualities of Also it Full Line ol the New Shades in COLORED SILKS! New patterns iv LACES, EMBROIDERIES, COLORED VELVET RI RRONSand VELVETS. Novelties opened daily. Remember we have what youwanl. Townsend Wyatt & Co. Southwest Cor. 4th and Felix Sts., ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. ANDERSON & BOYD, MAXLTACTUKKKS OF AND DEALKUS IN Single and Double Buggy Harness, Four Points Ahead of All Competition: Jst.--TIIE REST LEATHER. 2nd.-TIIE REST "WORKMANSHIP. .--WE WARRANT EVERY Uh.--AVE CARRY THE REST ASSORTMENT OF HAR NESS, COLLARS, RRIDLES.WHIPS, HALTERS, BRUSHES, Brashes, Fly Hels, Lap Bnsters, Spooner's Patent Collars-test in use. OUK MOTTO IS TVot IIoav Olienp, Kut Iioav Good. ANDERSON & BOYD, OREGON", - - IMIO- I rJ?UDE i J. W. Bailey Mercantile Co., i ST. JOSEPH, MO., Are now receiving their Immense PALL and WINTE STUUK, to which thoy invito the inspection of tho Tuition Low. No I good people of Holt County when visiting St, Joseph, 1 iVe will show you tho greatest variety of Goods toN particulars, a... ub iouuu uuuur ono rooi in 11 i i o n n tt sen ovoryining ior uaojcl and no matter what you will find it. Our 5 and 10 wonder of overyono ; and for variety, usefulness $ j cheapness, can't he matohed inrtlit?-wr.li , i BOOKS at half-prloo, and Sheet Musio at 5 cent, jail kinds, Send for Catalogue, whioh will ho nm free. Wo have a Morohant Tailoring DenartmeA the House, and oan turn notice, and at Low Prions. tno city, J. not. lito is rwpi'iiIuk liy, o unit ilnro hefiro yiiu tlio, nmnt'tliini; nilirlity i ul siililliiio li'avo lit'liliiil tu 1'iiiniiiiir tlllin. it'll 11 lVLitlf in I'liup iivt-ii liivvu 85 outfit tree. Norlnk. Kvurvtlilniruiiw. C.ii- '!' not ff.iulred. Wo w.ll iirnl.ili yiui nvery tlilns. Many uro making fortune. UwliM maKu as much us men. unil boys una girls iniiko urfntriiiy. Itpuder, It yrni want business ut wnloli you can muko Kreut pay iUI tlio tlmo, wrlto for particular tu if. Hullctt Si Co., I'ort I unit, Mxliio ' THE W. Wit MERCANTILE CO. GOING ? STRAP IN OUR HARNESS. me western uoumry. wo n n . i . rtTT-n i i- oen overytning unjjiirr want, come to us and you w Cent counters are w out a handsome suit awM fln.ll n.nrl RELIABLE. SELF-CURE. JL f&vorltA tirpB iDtlon nf An nf th moat nottil and lucceufui wol.lUn In th XI. B. (n.w r.tlredl for tbtvuiaotNmrvoum Ittbitiiti, fit Stathooa,WehntuH tteau Kl Jilpl.lam)l'xlQVlopV, JJrui(UlcvitUlU hlitm Df. W(RD & CO., Lf uhliM, 03 LTV see us wionj in FfhEEl For Tli Sentinel. IS HAPPINESS AN OBJECT? nv I.. II. I, Of lalo years the icinark Is ten heard, "llapp'uies is tho chief end of man.1' The coldest materialism ever proclaimed warms itself in the sunlight of temporal pleasures, while tho current pystoin of theology rclrgnte lo the fu ture Vgront pavt of the towards of vlr tno. lint tho two conlllcting dnemlcs, realism and idealism at least theologi cal idealism hold happiness iu view ni tlio ultimate of success, tho nemo of nil achievements. In the blesslugs of wealth and I he comforts of thought teallsin sees the supremo end, while all dystonia of cplrltuallsm, whether tho extremist orthodoxy or tho mostlibctul uhilttrlanism, either openly or implied ly, put the happiness of the Individual soul ubuvu nil other conoiderations. Harps, angelic' choir?, seraphic ur foundings, though used by sonic theo logians ..merely ns emblems, neverthe less are xucgoettvo of llko inllucncos, omotionnl rather than purely Intellec tual. Are materialism and religion consis tent m teaching that happiness Is the last round of tho ladder? Certainly ono is wrong.for what materialism calls happiness, religion would term worldly pleasures, and what religion terms hap piness materialism pronounces vision ary. Hut tlio question that now pre sents Itself Is, "Arc thoro good reasons for bolioyiug that happiness is an ob ject!" and until thero In proof of this affirmatively, tho statement will be questioned. All are agreed that happi ness Is a means. Pleasure Is n positive benefit, and sorrow hinders us from tho pertormnnco of our best task, but is It more than a modification of happiness? Subtract certain benefits from the in- ividunl who Is happy, and lie is sad. Change the tlegreo of joy in the thcr- iiometer of his mind, and you havo as a result ouher tho arctic cold of sorrow or the life giving heat ot joy. All these ditl'ercnccs ttro made of tho samo stud'. hencu it is fallacious to say that n self- satisfying end can bo evolved from the same objects and surroundings which, in a modified degree, produce tlio very opposite of happiness. Tho assertion implies a modification in do Uice ol that which i primarily assumed as tho maximum of human achieve ment. A modification of extent Implies (ho possibility of complete annihilation, lioneo varying conditions of joy. Tho conclusion is irresistlblo that that thing of which wo can predicate change or do grco, and which in sumo degree we ex perience while in this lifo, cannot with reason bo assumed as the ultimate of ail tendencies. To nssnnio tlmt any thing is an ultimate, a satisfaction, is boyond our power. Tho lower condi tion cannot analyze the higher, the les ecr cannot include the greater. There fore the mortal cannot fathom the mysteries of immortal: Whatever may bo the end of man tho ultimate des tiny of the sonl it Is in some way tlio maturity of life, at least iu symbols wo must so call it. Through the dim cycles of coining millions of ages we are to grow. 'hoinoniont wo say that an end lias bicn reached wo subtract from tho valuo of all provtous time, for not until thu predicted bud was reaoheil could thero luwo boon coninlotuly of do vulopinent. The plan of croatnn is not less known to us than is tie destiny of man. No fact is clearer than tlmt tho simplic ity of youth is happier than tho devel opment of age. It happiness be an end it is singular how thu years of ex perience fail to increase it. In other words, il tho tendency ot development t toward lumniness. whv Is votith linn- ;.pior tbeji manhood? Naturis mates lo baa.tops, nnd if her end were him- dncfis f'Jiui silvered huirs of age would ' the joyj yoiuli. Progress, gv , ''y, "j mioiv. iow eras, njinuys iy new worms, 'fcirely Satisfactory. k n (luillliuu null, UOIll- ftVffiovelty delicacy nnd richness, ii 'rloreston Cologno entirely tails- ky. Mr. A. T. Nichols, druggist, at Tien ton, Mo, pays s "I never sold a romody that gives more universal satisfation than lirown's Iron Hitters." IARKI0 VALLEY COLLEGE, Fall Term Opens Aug. 30, 1883. i'iiihii nu.iiHr.il, 'iumi', urumry rn'it'illllic and Class t:u Conine. Kucnltv nliln nml tvtn. V'n.mnl llii.it. Ht ....I.. ".. . ii.l.iia 'I rlcnc.d, I (eat methods employed. P. HOSTETTER. Keeps tho only I'Irst-Class AND tho City, Keeps constantly on h.-wtl a full III1U Ul dies, Nuts, Cl-aekers, Canned Goods Pickles arid Fancy Groceries, iQ4qs Tobacco llitpulH nerved nt rcasoiiiililo rates. Bperl. ifluccments to parties anil IchIcb. jVorth skla Hiullo Hijuare. nUimflM. ' - :. P. HOSTETTER pilEGON, JIO i fA Triple Train EXCURSION TO AVtiHiiiiigtun, ISiilUmorc, Harper's Ferry, liti ray CaVoniH, HJ1. Vernon, Fortress Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Ami Otlitir Points uf Scenic and Historic Intorost FROM CHICAGO OVKU 1. 1 1 At the Uuniarkablolxiw Hate of HALF FARE Or linn ri'irular faro fur the Hound Trip from ChlcitK" to llultlinice unit Uiliirn. iiiori7lni:Tral1' 'MVl"B c,,lc;"f" nl ""tlio cwShk1' TrM" IcJtvl,, Olilcaso nt o j6 In tlio cJ-'uin1''71'' ,uiul"K clllc!'K" nt 0:10 in tlio ...M,.,i,'Me lr,l,n" .,,.fl,'?.rt'B I""" eiileaBoat Mich tiiiiiin ns to enable .llrect eiiniiectliin fn.iu ! lrV'r n,,rlvl."K 1,1 '''' "n Ihi- Chlcauo, I .fVi" aml "'.V1 V"'"1''' "'''fhlnwiiaml Altin the ( I lena, IliirlliiKiiin mid (Ju ney, the Wit ash. tin- ChfeiiKii. jrilwnuke.iuiul hit' I'aul. thu aKn,X,iVVrlmV;,,'U """0l, Cm,mX' North West and South Wost. NO CHANGE OF CABS OF ANY CLASS nto.M Chicago to Washington and Baltimore. ELEGANT NEW DAY COACHES MAGNIFICENT PALACE SLEEPING CARS, SUPERB NEW DINING CARS, ROYAL TRAINS AN' I) LIGHTNING TIME. The nalllniori' & Ohio Company has ileler milled to maku these triple train the (IramleHt KxeiiH im event la railroad annali. and to thN end will eall Into play all tlio enormous resour ces of Its (treat system. Tho date ; of the i:curslsiis is most liappllv timed. I'lmlilliig nil who particlpato to uttuiu'l the remarkable series of AT BALTIMORE. Knitiraced In tho lirltllant mid unprecedented pruKrainme, Is one nlhtof Unparalleled ELECTRICAL DISPLAYS And another ntglit of Wmulras MYSTIC PACEAWTRY XEVEIt KQUAI.KI) INTIinWOltLl). On the Kleetrlc Nlcht. Lord llaltlmorewlll arrive In the llarliiir of llailluinri) niion mio of tho llnest meuiners afloat, mid which will liter ally bo ablaioof .leetrleal illiiuilnatliiii. Thu ltoy.ll Nteainer will ho e.s.orled up tho harbor by from sixty to elfhty tim boats, four abreast, mid each carrylnir elertrle lluhts In various eol! on. i'rtim all sides of the iiarbor l'l re-Works Iu weat profusion will be dlnobarKed Jrum spec-' lul I ia raes 'stationed for.nicli piirposu, uud thu . spectaclo us a wholo will he an unprecedented one. Arriving In thu city. Ixird Italtlmoru. hts Courtiers, Household mid oucers will lines eorled lo the t'ltv Hall bv a most novel .Military rarude-a thoiisaud miIiIIi'm covered with lc tr o l.lKhts In dlllerent colors ; hones with elee- sS Kl,,y,7ndle,sc,r,.lb,rlbN',,.,.0!,, c,,jr ,,reSt"l""S " ON PAGEANT NIGHT, Another remarkable spectacle will bo witnessed and eirecui produced never beforo attempted Iu iiiiv i Ity nj the world. Thu Parade will be tho cramlest In extcr't known la iho history of iiiystUj pageantry. Tho costumes, all entirely new. were mnile In l'arls. mid beyond comparison the finest nn- Import ed to tfils roiintry. The inipnralleli-rl -number of horty Floats will be In line, mid will bo writ er and morn Imposing in consi ruction than uvr before knoivii. Homo conreptfoa of tho uniaz- K. f?!'1!! ".' "!" !) he cleaned from the fact that upwards of thirteen hundred men, t.i. '"" ,lllr,' horses, six bunds, mid six hum red ea tried lKlitsaro te.iilred to plac It upon the streets. No iiilyance will be made In the ikiih) rates for hole iimimiiHidtillons, either In Ilalllinoio '" iislilnnn.ii. Mtnr I.eliiKl'pableil tuMnp hi either city, thu ll.iltlmiiru unit (llilo rinnitiiL' Fifty-Mimite trains. cry hour ",U ' Trnlni1 ru" nt ,,,lst cv , HAltPEK'9 FERRY Is jllrectly i i the line of Hie ll.A-()., onlyt, little ntt-r tun hours' run riom Ibiltlmore mid o iu hour from Wash rii-ioti. The Old 1 1 in llniwn i'ort Mill Man.rs. As nil llui p. r I es, d ip .-ivs and Kijiemi sat ..alllniorutuliii d co i'U'i,f.(,v.!,;iz.,;'s,W:,;;;..i,,,im,l!i,a iwm OLD POINT COMFORT AND FORTRESS MONROE mEIiiV."1.""" "Ifj"' ,kH fnmi Ilaltlinoro or Washington on .MiiKiilflcent Uteamers. Kxcur. slonlsls so eh.MisliiK can take tlio ilay Lino. ivr...,i ..,.,1 X' ...i."!,."r.,,1 wniuii cice- trleal and pyrotechulcal display In Iho irlior nrrlvunt Old l'olnt Comfort Vul VnVtL. ir in Iliu Iiarbor. toe early the followlni moriiliiB, spend tho dav and bu buck la llalllinoro iibuIii brlcht nS early on the luornlni; ot thu Slystlo lseant. MOUNT VERNON rn,.".1,s!V'rvi1'n."rs' rl'1'' 0,1 ,lln liistorlu rotomno f.rv,i,Vf!""lli"!,on' Hteamers leavliiS teriioyoi!?"t"'",! ,uul "lur,,1,,K uurlu" thouft LURAY CAVERNS, Tho most famous of all tho tfljilcrranoaa won ders ot tho country, aro rcl Vly witbin k dav's" time from WuslilmOQu.or Klfimore Hi'iclal Kxc urslon TqnmkfrS o roun, It p, with four hours ut the eavernshvhlcn aru now llBhtcd throughout with electricity. 1 WASHINGTON, ever ft plac of greatest Interest to nil, never ooks morp beautiful to tho eyo or olfcrs more? nduecmciiH fur a visit than during tho lovely weather always tho rule tn'Hcptember. The K. -," on y direct lino from the Wert W Washington, and the only line running "1 FIFTY-MINUTE TRAINS UUTWEKK Washington Baltimore, No such tin opportunity for vtslt to tho most iittrurttve centres of Interest Iu tho Kurt and Houth has Iicd offered a this GRAND TRIPLE- TRAIN TRIP. T, H. DEARBQRN, General fforlhWei(ern Passenger Agtnt. BALTIMORE AND OHIOn. R, 03 Clar.K Street, Chloan.o, III. PICTURESQUE !