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1 4 i:. ,.H . !!!. .'I I 'IX t I. .: THE SENTINEL. TERMS: $1.50 PLR YEAR IN AOVANCE. DOBYHS & CURRY PUB'S. JTIIDAY, OCT. la, 1883. FstSWW ,im a,L .'"'""IpllnlH" ty tinll Ii .te?J;l,t,,,n1,;ii;!l:i:rn ,,, r,KUI1. Ml - vi"iui, .ii" . . I CJ mutter. hps i i r.iin.i-iiiiiiillltllealliitl -r i iii-ii.icn mr piiiHiiMiiuii, In luiirc priiii. riilteiitliui, rlumtil tteadiltrwd to tlie ihi'i- . lllHITH. 1 Ai.iiilHcrl.loin nre payable In nilvnnee. ami may bo ji.nl liy itnMul order, ilralt nr reisN. tereil letter, mtilrH-it and made vawibleto ixiiiVNM rumiv, niiilliher. at ourrlk. nio il.tlc rnlttiwliiK tiiir name, aumiiilirfi the mur hi mum Mill ; palit. -AiiVKUiisiwiai-rotim arc due nml payable ! miitillilv. sinii tiifnlt will bo pretentell at the , end ol each iiionlli. r.ATjw for nitvcilWnK wilt Itp forwarded mi . niillratloti, Jnn Woiik. ye nre prepared to ilii all klmti of .lob Work In llMt-ekmMMcainl nt rraii ntilo rate. iatillc mi delUe ry. ALi. jiilwrllioM iirilorliiB u ehiniKi. In lliplr Mitnii-o mlilri-M will ilr:i. Kivf their lor uir iimtiifili'i', nt well in tlio iiiiilnniro to wh eh t hoy wMi Hip paper edamied. Wo uiakp i iii ri;iiu.t In order lo avoid rmifiiMim ln iiialtlni; tin' paper. Jn n'toiitliiii will bo imI.I tn lintnidiom to iltvnn tlNiif tlio paper, milen nil ntroiir.iKoH NHWSI'Al'Hn I, AW. .1. HiibjcrlVn wlio ito not ulrc ejiiten n. tlc to the contrary, nro eondilered at uMiluir tnriiii.lniio their Mili-etlptlnn 2. Ifsu.berlkerswlih their iaeMdlcnntln ;VA,,U1,,1I,I'" '""' emitlimn to send them tin til all eharget am paid. 3. If HiibsrrlluTt neglect or refine tu take their paper frnin tlio nrtlcp or place lo which I hoy nre sent, tlioy nre hp Id ropoinllile until they nettle their lilllt nml give due notice to dli omitliiiio. . If Milwrltipn move tn other plaecs with out Informlm: the pnhlMirr, they arc hold n ttuonnjltle. Notice MiuulU ku kUoii of there moral. fl. The courM have derided that refining to take thu paper from the otllco.li prima fait cvl Atntieu of Intentional fraiiil. THE NEW YORK DEMOCRATS. In no State Is thu political .situation mora clouded by Intrigue than in Nun York, and In no State nre tho combina tions, mispcctcd and actual, of more ah lorbing interest. The Democrats may lose rennsylvanla, Massachusetts, and Ohio without being woi.se off than in previous years, but no excuse for lobiug New Yorktw lll.be regarded ns valid by tho Democracy North or South. The party must win In New York or not win nt all, nnd all that thu influence and baigaining nnd diplomacy of leaders can .do to iirotnoto harmony was dnno previous to the contention of Thuw day. The noisy fight mado by Tamninny ngaliut Tilden, Ins holt s and assigns, was cither intended ns a imsl., or It .WAS poorly organized. That the null Tammany action carried thu day in ,tho matter of nominations was as natur al ns that John Kelly should bo cheered by the sinewed men of all factions. Hut ,tho victory may represent an allinnee .without revealing Its ciiameter,or with out nttotUling ftuy lifcht on tho veal pur poscs ol tlio'contfnettiii' purtlrs. 1 lie ticket, it may bo said, represents tho Tilden Democracy of seven or eight years ago rather than tho tidal wave movenw.it of a year ago. It calls for tho Mipport of Tilden'. f rleiida nnd on forces quietness on the part of his op pntients in the Cincinnati convention, but It docs not have any hold on either .the Hepublicaii foreheads or Independ ,cnts. . It represents simply tho com promise of tho leaders and their desiro to carry New York for effect on the Presidential election in 1881 I he Republicans in New York as nlcarly understi.od tho plans of thu Democrats weeks ago as they do now .and thu Klehlleid convenilon did its work with thoso plans in mind. Thu Republican tiekot also represents an alliance and a spirit of harmonv with the importance of thu election rather .man personal ambitions as a basis of ictimi., The ticket is satisfactory to nil Cautions, and the platform has nut witl , general approval, inuro is no mur- . . mur of dlscontunt in thu Republican jiiU'k-.Hiid ilioro are no rivalries among . those intrusted with the management of the campaign. So far as a tidal movement is coiit- corned the set of tho tide.lf tLeru is nny, -rt .vl.--.ts against the Demoorats. Tho Iiulo- .pendents in Pcnnsylrauta as well as New York openly proclaimed then di npjiolntnieiit months ago, and as frank , ly declared that thu expeninen t of last fall was n failure. 'Micro is then a re- pj u. i turn In New Yoik to thu natural con ditions of campaigns betweon Republi cans who fancy that a Republican vie tory in New York may advance the oaimo of Prosldont Arthur as a candid nto for ro-electiun aru no more nuiner . .. i- ous intliiential than thu Democrats who would sco in a Deniocratlo victory tlds fall a boom for Tilden or some other ' ' York caihlnto in 1884. Hut m. , . tH possjblu candidate i ui thu Rcpttbll- ' i',n party nro willing to form their lines .' ? '. (j n; .under cover of tho record of tho admin- - . .. ibti'fttlon, ami without asking questions .. !... pr-cntorapilng suspicions, thu nil van t '. :it ' ',.,tage, so far as fieedom from Inchlen'nl i i tt ) compllcatlpus. Is concerned, Is with thu " . ... Republicans. Tliuy may not win, but - i j .-..if,. they show that harmony has been - . .j-cstored, imd that thoy nro honu.-tly and earnestly pulling togotherilhey will have ,dcue, . much lo, imvo tho way for victory .-i.ltl.1881.; A Life Saving Prosent. Mr. M. E. Allison, Hutchinson, Kan. .gnved hls'lle by n slinplo Trial Hottlo ,of l)r. King's Now Discovery, for Con sumntinii, which' caused him to nro- euro n largu bottle, that, coiunlctelv j .cured hlni, when Doctors, ehango of cllmaloaiid evervthlti" olso had lalled, "AsthlnaHrrfnchii Is, 1101118011088, Sovero Conlis, nml all atiroat mm Lung ills easi s. It is guaranteed to cine. Trial 'Hollies free at T. ri. Hlv.de, Ding Sloio. Largo si.u SI. 00, A Loss Prevented, Many loso their buauiy from tlio hnir falling or lading. Pnrkoi's Hair llul tain supplies necessary nourishment, prevents falling and grayness nnd Is an 'elegant drcwlng. MISSOURI "STATE NEWS. Tin' Pelico City Guards was mustered in, ti few nights slmc, with n mcnibcr .litl of ail. Mexico ll'ri'si: Tim yield .of corn throughout tliii entity is rcpoi Ifil good, uiul tho farnnrs tire in good 5i1r-Its. Nearly l.ioo pupils were pre cut In tlio Siirinirlleld public choolson t tit i" m..g .r the t.. ...t to. .... Tlio Statu Convention of the Chri.siian cbmvli wuh in llun.ill):il, Octo ber 8 loll. A hiio tlu't'ntlnn from ltalls was bu In titturiilancu. Tito .South MkMit.rmn .says il t pro bahlo that tlicru tiro propects for a bet tor coin crop in Shaiinon County than has iivrT horn laNfilJtlioic bufo.o. Thv Kiel. Hill Mining Review mates that, new mliiera ate eoniing to that point daily, ami work In tliu mines promise to be iinu?nal y lively this nea son. Hni ton County will soon have nil the streams within her bonle.s bridgtil, be inu fortunate in having n County Court uith brlil;ebiill(liiig proelivlties. Miieon Tunes: It Is feared t lie tobac to crop has been somewhat injured in some counties of Missouri by the recent frost. This county, so far, ha.been for tt.i.ate. Marble Hill Herald: Mr. Louis DchU last week shipped 1,000 peach buds from seeding .cuttings to a firm in Rochester, N. Y. Our Unit interests are at uncling attention down Kat. The (list Mutual Tat Stock Show of this .State will bu held at Riverview Hark Kansas City, beginning November 1, and continuing over tht 8th. A large amount in premium is offered. Stcwnrtsvillc Independent: Thos. McKce left at this olllee this week six ears of corn, avciagmg thirteen inches tu length and weighing over one pound each, each containing sixteen rows with lllty-elght grains to the row. The edltot of the Warsaw Times has recently received a letter from a mem ber of a company of English capitalists, Inquiring as to tho mineral tesotirces of Uetitou County. They wish lo piirchaso a rich Iron inino fur thu purposoof erec ting a largo Mucking furnmu. Somo twunty or twenty five young men, thu oiliest of whom is not over vi. from the west part of tho county have harlcred a ear from St. Joseph, nnd will soon start on atrip to Washington I'crritory, with a view to a location and buttering their prospects of.life. Hon. J. W. Joncs,of Tcxaj County, was a pensioner of tho Mexican war, but In 1801, owing to a charge of being a Southern sympathizer, tho Government refused to pay his pension. He lias re cently been tcslored to the pension list with all his accrued back pay.nuiotitiMC to 81,000. The Perryvillc Union, after an exis tence ot twenty-two yenrs, ceaed publl- wation w ith its last number. Wm. II. Hooth, Its proprietor, has sold tho offlcu to Mr. .John H. Hllmes,of thu Peiryvillo Sun, and that gentleman will consolidate tho two papers under tho naniu of the Poiryville Sun. Holiva Horald: Tho acreago of wheat sown in Polk County this fall is consid erably lefs than last year. Tho dry wenthur. oinblned with tho partial fail uro this year and tho scarcity of seed, .!(. -f 1.. . i. uiscourages inaiuing, auu mo leeilllg U growing among our farmers that il is their leaH profitable crop. Clinton County Domoorat: Agontlo- tnn who has been nrounil over tho country to t-onie extent, gave it as his opinion, Monday, that tho yiuld of corn would bo heavier than was genurally expectu l. Ho says tho corn Is riponiug in a green husk and with green stalk, nnd this will insttro full, heavy grains. W o hope lie is conoot. Do WlttOpllo: W. M. Kelley, ncur this place, has a pumpkin growing on a vino that Is now four feet leu inches In clrcuinferenco and four feet eleven in ehesjlong and woighos ninety sixpounds. Thu Feed of this pumpkin eamo from California and aru in dumnnd among his neighbors. This mav onnd rather huge, hut wojuivo got tho pumpkin to show for itsell. Walnut Journal: Judge Henry has taken a block of coal out of ono ot tlir Land and Coal Company's mines in this city. It is forty-six inches high, forty inches wido and nbont twenty-four In ches thick; n much larger block could have bcon taken out but this Is stiflleient to show tho quality, which is such as to make a Rich Hill blacksmith's mouth water, as It is as good as Pennsylvania coal for that purpose. Pluasnnton Journal: Dr. S. A Hates has I ho finest deposilo of blue granite on his farm ono mile and a half uiiovo town, In .Southeast Missouri. Tho quar ry from outside indications is Inex hauxtibh'.has easy access to and Is situ ated only one-luilf mile from thu rail road. Tho Doctor informs us that ho' would let tho quarry out o responsible parties that would open It upon onsy terms. 1 1 era Is a bonanza for somo ono with capital, Itlchmond Democrat! Tho hogchol era has boon raging with fearful fata) ity up in the county, about TultSTille, recently, and hundrods of hogs hnvo tiled. AVer nl"d learn that it has appear cd about Tlnnoy's Grove, but hear of nono about. Rtissellvlllc. From Mr. P. C. Pago, who llvos south of Richmond, wo lenru that a good many hnvo died In Ills neighborhood. Thu dlsunso appeals to have taken a stong hold on tho pork population, and If it is not checked will soon thin them out. NEW STORE. NEW GOODS, PRICES CLOTHING HOUSE 323 FELIX STREET, Terrell's Old Stand, ST. TOSBPH, ZMZO-, Where will always bo found a lull line of the finest, latest and nobbiest Men's, Youth'p, Hoy's and Children's Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC., ffl THE MARKET, And would call especial attention of thoso who hall need goods In my line, for Fall and Winter iisu to call and iusjiect our mammoth stock before Dttrchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods, l'olilo and attentive palosmen in waiting. Ono nthcr fact worth knowing is: All our goods are MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. NO DEVIATING, so that parents or gttaidians can send their children without nny hesitation, ns they will be as well treated as if accompanied by them. Hoping a call nt your entlicst convenience, I am, very respectfully, your "Star" Clothier, P. S. All Goods Guaranteed as Represented. Mound City CORSAUT adios' Jerseys in Black and Colors, Hosiery and Gloves, Also Fresh Nov oltios in Lace Collars, Fischus. Scarfs, Mull Handkerchiefs, Etc. Knit Underwear, at Pri ces that cannnot fail to please all buyers. Wool Blankets and Comforts, Ladies' Wraps, in which we guar antee Fit, rrico and Quality. Duster Band and White Granite Queei swaro. Men's Boya' Youths' School Suits and Overcoats. The Celebrated Bryan Brown Shoes, All Warranted! Flannels, Jeans CrsBimeres. In fact, anything you want, All the above we will sell to close buying trade at a very small margin. Call and see us at the Opera House MOUND Corsaut Instantaneous Photographs ! A Now Process, nnd n Now Outfit; The Finest Tubes, Cameras, Accessories, Hack Grounds nnd Sceneries, in the Market. Cheap Work for the uoxl SIXTY DAYS. Card Thotos, per dozen, Si. 60; Cabinet Photos, per dozen, S3,TO;Chlhlen, over live yeais old, four gems for 60 cents;. Old pictures copied and enlnrged. After SIXTY DAYS my pri ces will bu advanced. Tho Nuw Process, a patent, and pinto aro very high. I am now"psopared to do ns tiuo work ns any aitist In the West. Remember, cheap work for SIXTY DAYS only. Viuws taken lii the city or country. Pieturo (Values for salo cheap, Como early I Come j soon I Como quick'! P. M. ZOOK, Photographer, Oregon, Mo. desires to say to uvuryhody HARlsTESS, SIDIDLIE or nnythingelsoin tho HARNESS LINE, that it will he to your benefit ui koi uis rrices oeioro uuying etsewnero. as nt nas mo imuukst nnd HKST ASSORTMENT of HARNESS anil SADDLES in tho County. All my goods were bought right, anil I guarantee that tliet will ba sold rigni. i maKu my own btutciics, miu cunt, on Saddles iilouu. OKEGON, MO lHt (BUGGIES & SPRING WAG0NS1 i hnvo In jutl received omiof llm ColobratciLMIIiBUUN HCGGIKS NO -WAGONSi Thoy rp Strictly Flrst-Cla.sj uo'VSarvo ent'SV" Wheels; bo.t Second Growth Ilickor.f'tlioi-oughly SPRING Patent seasoned; llnfst, Knuius or iinfsi, Knuius ot Cihlous. In order to build in iiiuur in u ii i ii i Wiiroii Lino, I will toll you a gins, I will ulso dual in cheaper goods, and can soli ymi a top bugy as low as 7f. Every man and overybody Invited to call am) see mo,' as I can save them money nnd trouble, at the Contral Wagon, Repair and t aint Shop, EC. SCHMIDT, Oreffon, Missouri. TO .SUIT I take pleasure in announcing to the public nt large that I have opened thu QjNTIE-IrPIR.ICIE 323 Felix St., ST. JOSEPH? If not Satisfactory, Money Refunded. Ever Ahead ! -at r & MEYER'S CITY, MO., & Meyer that want ti buy n set of win 111 saye you from 16 to '.'5 per Door South' of Knnk. 1 - ' ' ami fl Axjosj. JiiU icajuer maud Axjost 'JiiU Leather iiii u uuiiii in ma uuey nun tin a trade In tho li First - Class Vehicle on close mar Store. m - . .. . i ALL! MO. TRY E MPIRI nilT. OHOP. MPIRI RINT5hOP. A. H. Greene, rVop., Cairico. Wiiiron. Sign, Ornamental. Fresco and Sctiiio Patutiug, Hiscd Lett Signs, (Jiulnincr. Gliding, Wall Decorations. A. II. GREENE, Oregon, M Mr. Cass having completed hlr lack: smiin snop, we nro now prepl IU UO Mil KI.IIIS 01 Wood or Iron Work, Itoimiring on All work Intrusted to us wilj cceivjj prompt, attention. Charges Hisona- H. C. SCIIMll er. YOU WANT A GOOj Sewing Match HUY THE- High Arm Hit Banning It Is self-setling; tlio' sU threading. You cai by calling on F. S. ROST OREGON, 6?:ManhinoRepaiI a Special ' f S! ri m A wek xiailwu tiui. llestliiHt, uitrl- ft pllli- lie. Cniiltiil niflftOrd. Wo wlllntart Tun. r.ii-n. wn .ill iiiivm nnn irii-u tu n. ru riri) vnt-ro in wiw i ir iui. niw i j iiib iinm. ?ali,w,fk.lu i:tlme. or Klv yoHr-wholo thin to thu timliif s-Wn other iHialneH will )iay yon nearly II. No ouo vnu fall to muku eiiiiriiiniii pay hy (ViiKhiK at onco. Costly oiit flt ami term freuf i Mmiev ininle fust, mwllji iiikI iKHKirulily. fililresa Trim it Co., Auinistu, Maine. f, t V Ben. W. Fleming & Bro. are the leading Hatters. Terms, Cash. Prices the low est, 407 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Missouri, PETERS OREGON, MISSOURlSi l"" mil nt'oivir.xl tn An .M bf.wlt. ). r..nB J I on short notice. 1 lunku'n .mei-l Jtt ; 1 1 H " 1 IWL 1 '-X Ii saasv .4 9 m T At 1KIW Tlir. Missouri delegftllon to concres ouulit to bo n unit In onpuslng the can ltdocy to Mr. Haudall for tlio speakor fbiiC Tlio great question if the tloy Is taxv nuorin. Air. iinnumi doiicvch in 'making whlnky nnd tobnceo Ire6 nnn in Jakin Iron, Rait, sugar, blankete', otkjiig And lumber. No Misourt,y4-', pressman can ote for llm cnnillunto of the Pennsylvania monopol'sts for speak er wit'iout stultifying himself, nnd bo trnylng the interests of hlsconstitutenU. Kansas City Star. A Big Success. 'My wife was In bed Iwo years with n complication of disordcis her tihvsi clans could not cure, when I was led to try IMrkers Ginger Tonic. It whs n blg.siicccssf 11 iree bottles enreil her. id rt cost bfn. dollar! unci tlfty cents, and sue is now ns mrng as nn woman. - R. D Huffalo. TiiK .Democratic nominee for mayor ol Indianapolis, Irf Jils'speoLh accepting the nomination, said : "I will do my best, il elected, to rill tho olllco of mny or In a w ny that will bring success to tho Democratic patty.1' Tho Republi can nomlneo in Ids speech of accep tance, said: "If I am elected I will endenvor to dlscliargo'tho duties of tho ofllco for tho best Interests ot tho city, btliuving that whnt is for thu best tn terest. of rtho entile community is best for every portion of that community I ho two nnsweis mnrk wull.the char- aetoristies of tho parties. Why1 Should They. No man or wotnnn can do sail -facto ry work when tho brain Is dull, tho "yves unsteady, tho ryslem relaxed anu inoy iqei ycncmllyywrctchod. Why should' anybody drair JJliAiuirliJ f heir work In this condition, when a' bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic will nt modwr ate cost give thorn tho strength nnd win in iierioriu inuii iiuues satisinctori tyi hiii - Tiik New York Sim, ns a Democrat lc organ, Is uneasy and irritable. It rebukes Senator Hayard for saying mat whoever Ujnnmlnnteil by thu Deni ocrnts will bu tho next President, ami It rules Judge Fluid tiff the track with the declaration that hu Is the candidate of thu Central l'aeillj Railway Com pany. So far as l-'toM is eonerrned tho Stiti-is.jipiinstJiiiniiu,l.j,ar.l,. n& pay. aiuis coneerncii the un is ftee to say inaL unless t ho right ijintisioii'lnated uiujeuiocrnts will be beaten. "J had 'em nil," jaul a niluennil hap pv-iaccu gentleman. 'A wint?"nsk ed Ins friend. "Why all tho svmnfnms of malaria, viz: lnmn lm;k, nobles joints. Pieepiessness. indlireStlbn. d zzv fits, cold extremities, ru-h of blood t ttio noa(i,.oonstniit faiismo.trioippetile, pains in the breast nfter rntlt:g,Mi1ght sweats, nlterniitn nlillln nml f.n.m o -,i.. etc-, but HrownV Iron Hitters cured mo anji i recommend it'as being the only lierfect lonln lunitn am. e. o. I'rikci:, ex-nmyor of Hos ton, and Socretary of tho Democratic- National Commltleo. declines to play second liddlo to General Hntler. am withdraws his name from the Stalu ticket nominated by the; Democrats a Springfield. Mr. Prineo Is one of tho leaders of the nnti-Hutler wing or tho Massachusetts Democracy, and hi- noni inntioit was morely a sop thrown tothsu factiirU) -soeuro-its-supporUatitlmt ticki. Air. PHncc.Is(,,Enr.,pe(Lb,d c chjiljirjkrfojyho rccenf cablfs to the epnljntioi declining the nomination . .Tohn Moyor; 8127-8. FIth street, Lpuls, Mo., says: . "Hrown's Iron mrs comi lotely cured niu'ol three- var olii rheumatism. 'i v PIOMcrn hire - Ii) yi provio'u isstio.'wri hail Jiccfisjon call attention trrTho Romntuo nnii rngudy , of l?ineer Llfo, pub ishod by ones Urol hers' &'Col, St. Louis." Mio dvanee pa ;ei. of the work giiyo (iroofj f sterV ,'nioilt. ,A(i examination of. tho J leto book has 1-lrenViIimiA.I nolgh'tencd our formor'HJ.oiir'icttoii, i wo say, without hesitancy, that the minor tiol made tho public hLs dubtor .i ..- . L' '.' hu uhu vu'iu inosi roaitauie, qntertaiii iHg.aiuHnstruetjvo voliimos which imvo been givon. forth in tho last dncjido. Tho book Is emphatically historical. I'm mutter lias boon gathoved with WO'iMhontleityvnifiV-hjiii uuun hu part ot mo nuinor's pur)oso td preparpsfleof novojs. Ho whp fais lo procure and read Romanuo andTrag edy will' miss" an oppotlunliy which conies turns. not ofto.n, mill porlmps ueverrB- , j x. X i An Explanation, ' Hf f riiiTdoircate, floVyory, and lastimr fra. jrraueo of' FloreVtotu Coloftua'imjralrij ...ij .w s aijj;u.iiauVfiniO VjMH tllQ lailles A SID WILLIAM WILL Get your Carrhvre, niiegyqr Wnson. including bed, striped, ornamented and finished up in llrst-elnss stylo nt tlio umy Central Wusou, Romlriarid Paint Shop, regon,.Mo. All work warrant ed. -i . u Oarriitfro, Wilson, 1 biKnIOriiainuiitiiliFrcMco jnul $conib PaJntino-, - - Graining:, GiJlins, Wall and oiliitf Decorations a .X.1R20j:Lll,rx'Y.' Frtfce, "Wrought 'Iroii, Diamond nnd Hull proof Iron Fouco-aW kind you want. For'a 6 barbed Wll-f.. i fAnl.l.ll. 'S S -a. steel hsrhcd.ro, pijtntei, m "iiwu ft iik.si,vvk;oi nunts Mid Oils, by tho.half.pint, gallon' or barrel. Call and irel urines nil kinds of work usually done by any flrsi-olits painter. Don't forgot, tho Contral Paint nnd Wagon Shop. I am tho onlv ouo In Hm Mmnb it.,,. has learnod tho carrin'm nmi ....I... I - l . . O" minurg t ratio, ami to n irovo this nsser- ion brinK lu your work JOHN W GREENE, r;niTrr.i. fAltl'KTS, C AM'KTrt, 1pCARPETS, CARPETS. y r!ATfPP.TS 4 dS.X3ErX,, CARPETS AT ln Pelet's. Oregon. Mo. Go nnd sco his Imtueiiso stock which hu hits Juct ro- celvod." If you mint t buyix carpet ho has just thu otio you want. : a.,.. . 10c a Day T-!WlllUnvAn organ! Deo Hedirneth has olieriril a lnriro stock bf i'latms and Organs, which ho wilt sell at thu lowest prices, Miss Thorp, of St. Joseph, i in Attendance nt the Miislo Room, where she will en tertain you, one nnd all. Call I nnd sco her nml get terms nnd prices, Re member tho place, . . DEE HEDGPETIPS. Maltland, Mo. TARKIO VALLEY- COLLEGE, Fall Term Opens Aug. 30, 1883. Normal, ItuilncM, Minlc. OralurT, HeUntlfle nnd CUi-uiil Cnurne. I'aoulty sblr ami exte rimed, lint iiicIIhkIi cinitnril. Tuition Low. No Incidentals t1S7-Hatlni"rKim In mtnierllmi will, Ihti Col ti'e. w III (iirnlih liarillni; nt enit. Fur Hrticulam, aildres.i I'm. H;V. MAIlSFfAf.b, " Turklii. Mlniourl. Gram Wanted. ! I will pay the highest market price, for com, wheat and nil kinds ot gram dellvcicd at my stand in tln-Jno . Grove's building, Forest City, Mo. N.C. llATriEi.ii. E.P.HOSTETTER Keeps tho only Klrit-Clsss ,BilOilY tn the City. Keeps cuintantryim Uautt a fell , line f ' CandieSj..,Nuts, x iZJiiaftkers, Canned Goods Pickles and Fancy Groceries. Meals served at reasonnlile rates. Kiirrln ladiierments to parlies ami IchIct. KnrtU slilo Public Hquarc, E. P. H OSTETTER OREGON. MO HIGH WATERS. We would respectfully announce to the public that wo hate Jut finished 'mtlh'jf iiirmtr Woolen-Factory, and can W Spin, Card, Etc. on sbort nottco. Wo have bought n largo lot of Wool, and are' manufactur ing nil kinds of , Woolen Goods and Tarns. .Our goods, will bo made nice nnd mb Wantin), cspYcullly 'adapted to the use ;.f Ihosu wanting good o othos. 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Contains, information cleaned from tho markets of tlio world. No other orleo-book in existenco contain. RESTAUMKT as much information. Sent free to any ad. fL, dressuionrcfctptofpo6tago(7cts). Lctua W hear from you. or visit us when In ourclty. . I nvaruxposmon uuiuungs. llcunectfully. --1 MONTGOMERY WARD & GO. av7 v yi0Wiiiuhj Tarns, cialca, iu, "i '4 t;, v.V, r .