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SENTINKIVB CAMPAIGN BONO.
AIM .Murcilntf Through (Jturilii. ilriita tln Rood olit lnlJ, bo)i, We 11 Mne iiiuitlu r ion. i HIuk It (ill Ilie world Mmll llt Hi In rlioriu rti'liln Mntni; We llMtiK iiiiollur MHtt. Must It a for Iwr nt) yvtrt We've sunn ami wlilpixil the Vtroiia. MiiiuIIiik fur lllttliiu niiU fur l.iti I Hurrah 1 Hurrah ! SVring ttiojMbllrni Hurrah I Ilnrr.vlit Our fix lnnly no llvfuro our mighty nrin) tit It iwih Id lctory, shouting fur uialnc and fur Uanl Out of nil our Million', i nave iipkim hip Kntmii'Hi patrj ! tHMuVe rixi'iiii'mt tin)! now imi run vonwi ri mm lltnlluiil i'erywliert. UK I'lJItlotaui Imil In Ho me I' .Shmilliig fur Ulnlue ruiI (itln! OltOIlUfl. lllnioiHMl on our banner brltlit, Twii inuiifi limit lil hy ildo 'Dir-llt-uiy t'la i( luli-r tliivg, TIic old llriml Army' priile OtireliMs In riim-i Mid Hi war, VVi-'ll follow H.'iciv llioy trttldn. HlnHiUiit; for Illume and for Logan I Citoiivs. How tlio Dewmlc tremble, low .V Vlmii llii'V lii-itr I In' UiIiiik mmmll . " --V "7. V now me iiii.ii .i uiu ki k iiu'iueivew To find tin' wrlil if"' roiiini . liplto their imtt i Ami I. iin ranks Tlioy tiki will mwn iir luiiiiil, Hliotitlni fur lUiiltic iimi fur Logan I Oitoiius. Hit we'll sweep tlio ooiitliient 'ronl Oregon to .Mulny; Novarllily hwit can uy uur march Ilor liiiiKo (Mir will In viiln. JSnvwnlwr's lili-i shall who our Yli'lnrliiui tvfmlu. SIiuuiiiik for itiiiiiic Hint fur Logan I OllOllt'S. -ifcluto ( 0. ) (inzetto, FRITZ JOHN 1'OIiTKIt. Cioiioral Logan will bo gintlllod nt tlio voto ol the Fit. John I'ortur hilt. Tlio message lias boon written uml will bo pent to Cone-ross ntjxt woifk. Tlio President has thought long mid serious ly over tbo mutter nnil has tried to bury his personal feelings. Ilo has not want, oil to sign tho bill, but ho did not wish to voto It unless thoro wits soino 5001! mason for so doing that existed entirely outsldo o( tho range of his personal preferences and prejudices. For six a ilid hours tho matter has boun discuss ed by the Cabinet, two muinbors of which have been in favor of permitting the bill to bccoino a law, ami tho re maining five in favor of 11 veto. 1 to has Heard them discuss all the whys and wherefores, tho constitutional obcc tlons and tho prlnclploa of military jurisprudence, and Has cot reasons wlueh aro not only satisfactory and convincing, hut which did not exist In Ina own mind, nnd can not bo altnbut-o-l to Ins prejudices. Judge Groslmm has been an earnest rulvocnto ot a veto, nnd lias considered the easo as ho would weigh a question of constitutional law upon tho bench Sucretary Teller and Secretary Lincoln havo supported Groshani, and they havo given the President reasons enough for a dozen vetoes. r. v. DEATH OF COL. JENNISON. Charles Hansford Jennlson, who died of consumption at his homo In Leavens- worth Kan., last Friday, was 0110 of the most striking personages of the contest between tho frec-stato settlers and the "borJor nifllans" for tho possession of Kansas, and as remarkable m border warfaro duriug tho war. Mis part as a irce-staio iignter was only second to John Urowii'a nnd James II. Lane's With ft small band ho scoured the coun try and scourged tho pro-slavory men daring any odds, and was novcr beaten or brought to terms. Ilo was a Herco partisan leader, and Gov. Charles Koblnsongavo him the iirst commission ho offered as captain of tho Mound City tillo guards in February, ISiU. In Sep tember he was made colonel of a cava! ry regiment, which neeanio Known as Jcnnison'a Jnyhiuvkei's, and played groat pari 111 1110 early nays ot tuo war uloiig tho border, and In truth gained a fearful reputation for uiorclioss sever s. Hy, In dealing with traitors. Jcnnlson's nreatfeat m tlio war was tbo'oucountcr wlih tho advauco of Gen. Sterling l'rico's army,whteh was pressing across Missouri towaid tho Kansas bonier. lie was sent oat by Gen Curtis to reconnoi ter, nnd near Lexington foil In with l'rico's forco; ho retreated to nn ad-v-intacous position on tlio Little Illue river, where ho tuado a stand nnd a general engagement ensued, in whloh Jeiinibon helii his own for 10 hours, until darkness came. In the baltlo of Wostport, the next day, ho tbneo won nnd twico lost a eortain part of tho field, but in tho Until churgo his division routed the enemy hopelessly. Pileo retreated rapidly and was followed sharply by tbo Union cavalry, Jonnison constantly harassing his rear. "When Gen. Price was driven back across tho Arkansas," says an account, "Jennlson returned through a desolated country, in command ot 40 pieces of artillery, iOO wagons and 1100 men." This was practically tho close ot tho war In Mis sour!, and tlio end of Jonnlsou'a public caroer. Jennlson was not tho ideal of 11 great leader, for he was a small man, of anything bnt an imprcsalvo appear iiuco: but ho possessed a tearless and Uory spirit, and was thoroughly tilled with patriotism and hutred of slavery, which was equully hatred of slavc-hol tiers. His auts and thoso of his "Jay hawkers," though not worso than thoso of tuo "border riinians" with whom thoy wcro matched, woro often hoyond tlio palo of logitimato warlaro. Hut - more scrupulous man would havo bton out of place Wouldn't Havo any Other. ; Mr. J. 1$. Ilaynor & Co., St. LouW Mo.: Gents; Wo bought last year of your agents, Schmidt & Inghram, Wiiltcr A, Wood Iron Framo Self Iitud r, Wo cut 180 acres with it, nnd sod three horses to it. It dono good work, binds tight, lias no side draft or weight on horses neck, is usuro tyor, ruus very ; '" light and Is vory easily understood Wo would recommend tho Wood to tiny 0110 wanting 11 Ilrst-class and dura bio inaeliino. Giyo 111 tlio Wood every . time. O. T. CtiKTis, J. F. UircjJKit, THE CHOLEHA OUTBREAK. All outbreak of cholora nt Toulon, France, nppcars to have given F.uropo a good deal of 11 scare. Spain, Italy and Austria are already instituting precau tions against tho lutioductlun of tho disease, and even our own gorcrnnienl is looking into tho facts with a view to precautionary quarantine measures. Thoro is no particular ground for lilght yet thic is a wise caution ; tho vastly in creased liitcrcourtu of uutious and tho lossoned tlmo of ocean voyages havo greatly narrowed tho seeming bound atlos f tho world; and a plaguu 111 France, winch 60 years ago or .vi.uld havo excited but little npprehensioii in lliiii couutiy savo through ignorance, may now well seem alinont at our doors. Toulon bus uppaionily been Infected by China, where the disease sconn to bo raging with great violence. At Toulon, too, the half seems not to other couutrles ban come from the ignorant and stupid idea ol the Toulon oDlcials that any thing was to bo gained by secrecy. The proiHiiieo of the disease has been known lor over linen weeks, and tho failure to publish tho fact and to voluntarily Uolnto tlio city, may possibly result In a pprcad ol the dlscao to other coun tries ; nt nny rale it w ill be a wlso pre caution to rigidly inspect vohkW which may have sailed from that port within a few weeks. Toulon has invited Its lullbtlon by its reckless dlsiegard ol the simplest sani tary considerations. Uroad avenues, parks and fountains havo been laid out, imposing buildings, quays and formica tions havo been constructed. The out sldo is agreeable, but little lus been dono that cannot be seen. It has 110 adequato sewerago, nnd many houses In the old part aro built upon idles, nnd poBsoss no drniuago arrangements. Tho sewerage empties into streams, and us there is no tide In tho Mediterranean at tills season the filth Is not washed away, but remains along tho shore a fetid mass. How far Toulon is indebted to this condition of things for its picsent scourging it is difficult to say. Tho out break of cholera is mainly duo as a rule, one authoiily siys. to "tlu intro duction into tbo locnlitv ol tho suee flo Infecting matter, this being accomplish ed in umierHl by the arrival of infected porsons:" but cholera Is knowu to be both infectious and epidemic, and .i Pasteur declares that tho best proven tivo is good hygiene. Scientists havo had a theory, too, that tho germs of tho disoa3o aro carried in tho air for great distances, and it will bo remembered that last year tho fear was oxnro9cd that tho plague then raging in Imlla nud Egypt might by this year bo com municated to tho United States. Possi bly its rcsont uppearauco in China and Japan my bo regarded as strengthening this theory. OOlVCEi I Furniture ! Fun and Pleasure -AND- Carpets ! 1884 I Don't Forget tho Coming And bear in mind that tbo Pcoplo oi Oregon and Vicinity ...in 1 . . 1 i I ii..t.UAit.... win join imuiis 1.1 uuu vuiuuriiiiuu, and extend tin Invitation to ouo nud all to coma. Como nud si 0 tho llig Krowd nnd hear tho Orations, Toasts uud Mu sic, nud enjoy yourselves ns you novcr did before Como Everybody I PUOGHAM: Muslo llaiid. 10 iilO-Crowd calletl to order by Free- dent of tho Day, lion. 11. t). Cowan. Musiu Glee (Jiub. Prayor Hev. At-liug. Music (ilco Club. Heading Declaration of Indepen dence .1. I' . KellogL. Music Hand. Oration Orator of tho Day. Music Glee Club and Hand. DlKMKK. 2 p. M Music Glco Club nnd Band. Declamation L. C. Irvine. Music Hand. Address Hon. J. J. Duchnuan. Muslo-Gleo Club. AddretB -Prof. II. W. Sawyor. Music Hand. Tho Commlttco on Auiuscmontfl will givo a prize of 810.00 on loot races, to bo divided as follows : 1st raco win ner to recclvo S5 ; Sud race -winner to recclvo S3; 3rd raco winner to recoivo' $'. Tho winner of first raco not to competo In Vti'l and 3rd races, and win ner of second raco not to competo in 3rd raco. Sack raco A prizo of $5 will bo divided ns follows: First ouo out .?3; second ono out, $2. In tlio evening ono of tlio finest dis plays of firo-works over witnessed in Northwest Missouri will bo mado, the finance committee having appropriated 8200.00 for their purchase day. Born lo Mr. and Mis. P. C. Scholz, a son, tho 25 tb. JnnicsISlewart saw "sunlhln flrap" Sunday ovonlng. Somo damago was dono lioroby tho storm Monday night tl'rom tho Chicago News "Lot mo hold it in my hand, so that I may say I had $3,000,000 onco," saltl ono of a patty of ladies to Sub-Tronsur- Doug. Uopst, of NisUna, was doing cr liovondgo tins morning. Tho Treas business horo mo inlay Children's Carriages. 8" 1O1 We lake plcasnrs in calling your nttontion to our present enormous Mock which is unsurpassed in tho State. Kaoh Department is Complete In every particu lar, from which vnu can furnish oitkor a Mansion or 11 I 'ounce NO h'ANCV HIGH PRICES AT OUKSTOKI4, HUT THE 1JEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEv. Do uotl'ail to oxamluu our goods. Nos. 519, 612 aud 511 Felix Strcot, St Joseph. Missouri. 3 DOWN TBI Wo aro now selling Woolan Goods at prices lower than evor. II you want good, durable goods give us n cull. WOOLEN GOODS AT A- -AT- LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Tho Chicago Trlbuno remarks: "Several of tho Chicago packors havo recently placed buyers nt Kansas City, and ono or two largo Eastom shippers, who lormorly bought all their hogs in this market, aro also now liberally patronizing our Western rival. Ono reason for tho new departuro Is that wo havo not been getting hogs enough to gr nrouud,' but Ihu principal 1 canon is found in tho fact that tho animal can bo bought cheaper in Kansas City. The freight from that point is only about 25o per 100 pounds, while tho diffeieneo be tween Chicago and Kansas City quota lions id amoHiils to C075c. Tbo rumor that certain local packers nio about to closo their houses horo and open In Kansas City has not tho slightest foun dation, though it is understood that one of tho number has contemplated cstab bailing a branch house thoro." Iho assertion that tho receipts in Chicago aro not Btiflloicnt to go around looks rather queer in tho l'aco of tho fact that largo numbers aro carried over unsold nt tho end of each day's market. For instniioo, on Thursday, with receipts of 1,000 thoro were 10, 000 unsold nnd this is nothing uncom mon. Tho difference in prices is not as great as tho lrlbuno asserts. On Thurs day tho bull; of tho hogs hero sold Iroin Si.604.90 and m Cnicngo from S5.C0 6.26, tho diirbrenco being just about tho shipping rnto from horo to Chicago In reforenco to tho establishment, of more packing houses horo, not only nro Chicago parties contemplating such a movement lu the near future, but somo heavy Cmcinnattl capitalists were re cently 111 tho city with such an objoct In view. Tho reanon of it nil U that Kansas City, possesses all tho elements that go to mako up tbo greatest packing point In tho world, and capital is begin nlng to appreciate tlio fact. NEW POINT. . Everything (pilot on Nickels creek once again. Wm. Nowland has purchased a now Wood Selt-Uiuder at Oregon. Levi Orcu has disposed of somo 15 bushels of cherries, products of his own farm. boveral ot tuo noigli boring men Joined hands and put in tho culvert south of town ono day lost wook . John Drohcr reports his guard off duty Sunday evening last, so hocrosscd tho dead lino and had a plo uiu. Go it John when you can. Squire Wright, Levi Orcu uid Mart Armuck will join 111 celebrating tho 1th it Iow Point by makinir firo works at nilu and balloon asuccusions. Mart Arniauk ndvlses tho boys that wkou they go wolf hunting to take a vUl of camphor In their pocket this hot weatiier,as thero is danger of sun stroke or filiating. -Wc understand D. C, Wobstorhns been examining I). Kunkol Sr's. washing maclunp pretty clo.ioly horo of Into, nnd suppose ho thinks it will wash dlshojsho is pretty umcu in tho notion of trvlnir ono. Quito n sensation occurred 0110 morning last week by a combat bo tween a couplo of our young larks,Wm. Pointer and Sherman Lowe Tho boys settlod boloro Snolro McDonald. Wm. Cnr3on acting as deputy ou tho occas ion. Our milliner sloro has qulto an at traction for Dr. Shcpard. Somo think Dr. is learning tho trade, but wo rather think hois delivering medical lectures. Hut It Is hard for us to dccldo whothor Dr. will learn tho trado or tho young lady learn tho profession, both, wo pro Huiiio, sinco 1 time 2 is 1 horo ot lato. Kunkel's. .Mills FOR CAS 1 non In cxcliango for Wool. Remember that wo will givo you uottor oar gams than ever. Su zan 13. Antu any s a z 0 it won't b 0 Ion g bo fo r 0 t ho wlm mun folks w ill bo vo ton at I b 0 poles same a z tho 1110 11, and until then theso city elee t it 11 s don't In th e r us. H at wo wont rites in sum things, and the men thinks our heads are level when wo voto that wants to buto munny, should pattronlze Iru Peter, Orccon, Mo. .who Keeps tho largest and best assortment of CARPETS to bo found in Holt County. If you want a good Ingrain, Wool or llomp Carpet he will cell it to you as CHEAP as you can buy in St. Joseph. Remember, that ne manes a specialty 01 tuo carpet initio tio mm see ins siocic. PROCLAMATION. Statk or MisHOinu, AnmcurvruitAL Dkpaktmknt. J Wiikukas, mauy farmors in Holt County want thoir wheat, ryo, and THE QUAIN MAKKET. Tho Maik Lano Express In its weekly oats hurvealed and saved In duo soas'on. review snystlmt tlio woatherhaseoutlii ucd favorable for improving tho strong and helping woak crops. Tho wheat markets aro generally weaker, although a scarcity of English whoat causes occa sional local advauco, Sales of Engllbh wheat last week 39,- 305 (piartcrs at 37s 4il, against 11, 125 quarters at 42s 3d tho corrospou ding week last year. Foreign wheat Is greatly doprossod, heavy rccoipts causing unus ually low ratos. In otf coast trado 11 larjjo portion of tho over dfio supply has been received. Twonty-threo cargoes arrived, ten sold, eight withdrawn und eight remained. Twonty-nino cargoos aro now duo. Flour, exceedingly dull. Maizo, weaker. Ilarloy, llrmor. suiisoiiim! THE SENTINEL. For good, swoet, wholesome biead, uso 00k iv Canon's flour. Now, TiiEHKKOni:, 1, u. u. Schmidt-, agent for tl.o Walter A. Wood, Twino Bind ing Harvester, by virtue and authority 111 mu vested nun to prove 1110 superior merits of mild machine do horcbv ot for to put tho Wood bmdor on ovory farm whero binders aro wanted, with any and all other mako of binders. and allow the farmor to try each a half day with two horses and take his choico of machines. Farmors failing to com ply will not bo benefitted with machluo niornsaiu. Dono at the City of Oregon, this 5th uny 01 june, una. II. O. Schmidt, Aeont of I have secured a Largo Supply CHEAP MONEY to Loan on Improvod Farms at Dost Ratos yot Offered. No Delay. Monoy In Bank, Will bo at ofenon ovory Monday .and Tuos day. Balanoo of tlmo at Mound City. Atlilress, J. FOSTER MARSHALL, M.oynd Clfy, Missouri COIWINO. -rotor Christen wont to Craig Mon- mECipUS BUNDLES. A Poap at tho Contents ot th Bub-Tf 9M- nry at Chicago. Mr. Ervino Dankcrs is BuOerlng with scvoro iullamod oyes. lima Evorott spout a fow hours with her parents last wook. Joe King says: ho Sunday saw the darndest saw ho ever saw. -F. W. Wa'.tor suecocdetl tho firm ot Waltor, Mullor & Co. July 1st. Rev. Dock has been on tho sick list last wook but is recovering. Henry Kosolius is selling moro McCortulek binders than any prscoed- iug noitson. -1). W. Scdwick, of Fairfax, was in town tho first of tbo week, Invoicing tho stock of Walter, Muller & Co. The innrriago of William Swan and Miss Clauton took place Sunday after noon. May thoy livo long aud pros per. Mrs. F. W. Waltors, Mrs. F W, Dcgo and Mrs. O. Bock paid Mm. William Dego a visit last trlday. uroi' was showing tno pany inruugn tho vault of tho 5Qb-Troauiry In the Unltod States Government building. Tbo ladies woro escorted by Superinten dent ot tho Mails Rawlins, nnd tho ro- quest was Incited by tho statomont of Mr. Ilovoridgo that tho packngo ot bank notes whlth ho held In his hand amounted to $2,900,000. Tlio packngo was not thlokor than half tha length of n man's hand. It contained ,290 $10,000 bills. A 910-000 bill la not different from a $10 bill, excopt that It is n gold cortiflcato and has Iho figures aiO.OOO instead of 810. Tho solid lit'- Co chunk of nearly $1,000,000 rcstod In, an Iron safe In tho oonlor ot tho tault. llcaldo it was a pack ago equally email nnprolnntlous-looking which oontalnod 32.500,000." "In this vanlt whero tou nro now." said Tronsnror Bovcrtdgo,,'thore is 820, 000,000. v 'My I," exclaimed ono of tho ladlos, "that would bo alinopt onough to buy .1-, AM a spring oonnot." ano irensnrer Honry Wunacko, aflor ponding smiled, and taking n certain key from n fow months in Gormany rottirncd bunoh which ho took trom hla pocket, home last week highly clatcu over his ho opnned a compartment nnd drew trip. forth a bag ot gold. It was ono of many I thousand similar bags, How much money do you think la In that bag?" ho inquired, handing it to Suprintcndont Rawlins. Capt. Raw lins gncssod $500. Ho banded it to UAKEn, Sovoral of our citlzbns "took lu" Ore- gou last week. 1). A. nukor nnd Frank McAfee a purchased "Wood Self Binder" this ouo of tbo party and each mado a gnras the luglioet estimate Doing 91.OUU. "You aro nil too low," Bald National Hotel. B, B. Foster, Proprietor, This lintel furnishes Fii'Bt-Clnss accomodations. Tables sup plied with tho host ihu market - affords. Excellent SAMPLE PtOOMS for accommodation of Commer cial travelers. No pains snared to mako tho traveler foci nt home Tearms reasonable IJ. 13. FOSTER, .Proprietor. MOUND CITY, A splwmlld prospect for crop3 in this vicluity. Colcbrato the fourth at Mound Cil y Como all. Tho city asecsamont has been about completed Prof. Drake has just returned from his eastern trip. Mr. Whobry has just returned from .1 tour lu Kan. as. Dr. Ashworth leaves this week for Deliver, Colorado M. A. Duff 61(1 povornl horses at an auction salo Saturday. M. A. Duff says ita aiboy this tlmo aud ho hollows for Blalno; A. A. Howell went to Forost City Wednesday, on legal buslnoM. Cominittao on stands havo already sold six and others will yet bo taken. Mr. E. A. Brown, of Jligclow, spent a few days In tho city this wook. Ocnerul James Cralg is oxpectcd to nddre3 the people hero on tbo fourth. Prof. Drako reports moro politics talked In 30 minutes In Ohio, than in a week bore. D. W. Torlcr ipont Sunday nnd Monday lu St. Joo. .Wonder what Is tho attraction P Mrs." A. A. IIowoll has returned from Iowa whero the has boon visitlug friends and relatlvo3 Goorgo Gillis has purchased tho interest of his brothor Robort, In thoir falhor's estate. Mr. Banks, ol Nebraska, and Mrs Lannlng, of Salino, Indiana, woro visit ing Mrs, Danny last week. Mr. J. Grove's now brick house Is Hearing its completion ; which is qulto an improvemont to tho town. Extensive preparations for the colobrntlon of Iho fourth aro niaklnrr. and u gruud'timo is oxpected. Jacob Vandovoutor Infant child died Saturday. Funoral services woro con ducted by Uovi S. Curothers of tho M. E. church. A numbor of tho mombors of tho G. A. It. at this place eontomplato at tending tho National encampment at Minneapolis, Mln. tyn Tho bnord is doiniagood doal of work 011 tho htiijots iiov of tho city aro Incren seqnonco, 1110 rnto t probably bo placed week. Harvest begins this week. So nt home Is whoro somo ot us will hayo to ceiobroto tho "4lh." A mad dog mado its ftppcaranco tha other day and bit many other dogs which aro now being killed to prevent future harm. On tho rlvor south of Forbo?, crop prospects nro vory duo but a lltilo loo much rain just now to milt us. Tho rlvor is still doing a good deal of cut ting In this section. It has already mado quite an indentation in tho farm now owned by Mr. BooBloy. T. M. Hudglns after closing his school in Doniphan County, Kansas, on tho 18th 111st. in which ho mado himself a roputation as an upright and thorough teacher in tho truest tctio of tho term as bo kad previously dono in threo suc cessive terms in our district. Ho starr ed tho 17th to a Commercial Collego In Iowa, whero ho expects to romain until ho graduates, and then will either re turn to his old Kentucky homo, or go to tho far northwest. tho Troasuror. "ThoDgh that bag does not weigh over llfty pounds, it cnntalna 920,000 in gold. Hero is nnothor bag of ellver dollars which U almost na heavy, and oontilns only 81,000." Tho vault in tho Sub treasury is nbnnt twenty feet by ten. It is lined with six Inch wrought iron, solidly riveted. It is simply imposslblo for anyona to of feet an ontranco to It, tho iron lining boing separated from tho corrldors.of the building by solid olght-foot stono walls. Bays of gold and Bilvcr of all denominations nro piled upon tho floors and in compartments of latticed iron. Tho notes ovc secured behind doors of solid iron, tho keys to which aro kopt hy and known to only tho Troouuror. Ono ot thoro iron cupboards is flllod with over 9100,000 of torn onrronoy. Tho Sub-treasury redeems all notoa torn or mutilated, and conils them monthly to, Washington, whoro they are burned and fresh notes given In re turn. Tho Troasuror baid that ho re turned 9100,000 each month. NEVER. Notor brgin dinner with a plo. Nuver sleep in your overshoes. Nevor rido a thin horso bnroback. Never walk fifteen miles before breakfast. Novcr put your feet In tho firo to warm tboni. JMover swallow yoar food boloro you chow it. isovor carry a barrol of potatoes on our head. Novor Jump ont of tho window for a short cut. .Mover drink moro than yon can car ry comfortably. fiovergivo a trnrnp your summor clothing In winter. Nevor jump moro than ten foot to catch a ferry boat, Novor leave tho gas turnod on whon you rctlro al night. mover sit dv n roii-not Btovo with a seal-skin cap or ulstor on. Never thrust yonr knlfo more than half way down your throat. Novor kick an intnrlatcd bull-dog whon you havo sllppors 011. xsever lot yonr clothos dry on you when you nro caught in tbo rain. Notor wnlk into a parlor at a roep- tion, and put your feet on tbo mantal- piece. It will causo tho blood to run to your head. Troy Timo9, t A clivrolcal cure for all chronic cases of rlicu inattsm, Is 1). A. V. Italics' rlicmivttlc Specific. ll;is an iilllnltv for nil diseased mints nnd inns- clea caused by a lU'poilt ot rlipiiinatlc rvlsoii. Kllectiinlly cures all cases of sciiifuln anil lion-, ruiiuii ujut iiumiiiu-iitivur uurvn . Ki'iu., tin nwru hip Of tluvjolotH; Initio back, pulii lu Hid muscle, Hlilo, buck and loins, and destroys all bodily lining und actios. A most powerful blood purl ller, dlsitulvliiK all Bcrofulmis Klimds mid ker nels, und milcklv Iis.iIIuk all ulcerated surfaces, si norliotiio. 'liikonoo(Jicr. lluve.yourdniK gut order for you. I1K8THTOOKOK 8TOVESI BEST HOME-MADE TIWABE. LOWEST PRICES I IteofllnR and UuttcrliiR dono on short notlea and all work wurrnutod. IlENUY NIKB, OllKOON, f 10. KnilnrAOd nnd ntmroved by tlicni.. lilemity Huunr-couloil. nli tlint Ikivii nsod tott. Uiiu pill fouul A. V. llanos.' Nina tit fnnr finllmtrV otu-M. 1ft Ir O'clock l'llls. A sure upci-lito In cases of torpid liver, tlio ayiuptoms of which aro loss of appe tite, imuseiu costive bowels, pnlns In the head with u dullHoiiHulion In tlio back part, piiln un der tlio shoulder-blade, fullness alter eating, loss ot memory, Irritation ol temper,, low spirits Willi n iceiiiiK oi iinviiis. iivinrciuu some illzzlucsa. llutterhiK pi tliu mo duty. neari. uois ut-iuru the eyu yellow Hkln, rebtlessness nt .ululit, hi'Uiluwivi, liiKlily colored urine, -a crntna wix.4 A iiiirintlyHyplll CiUWlntf nj,fli:ii: ,Jn,BliJ',Vs. IlltfU IMVllll Tho cxponeos lg, nud in con- taxation will 40 cts on tho dollars Instond of 2&o rs here- liHiulicd toforo. Tho Dopiqcrntio Cdlvontlon hnth already begun to olon'ito, and tho Democratic chin to fall Tho expres sion;, on.' tha phiz Is whatvm wo do to scoop tho VJIuvhndJnck"!ckotP As yot they havo failed to discover any way out of thoir hoplossnoss. 11EMEMBER Tho WOOD alwayH Loads ami iittvor Follown. "Don't you forgot it. II. C. SOIIMIDT, A front. Oregon, Mo. Tbo Largest nnd hand somest Stock of La dies nud Gent's Fino SbooSf Latest -Styles, Dost Mako, Lowest Prices, can.bo'found otflRA rn rIV8J0r. goon, mop "w" Tho namo of Ulaino contains six )otter9; ho was nominated on tho sixth d?y of the six month of tho year, tho d;iy being spelled wllh six lettors. II,o will roccive tho six olectornl votos of his stato nnd, when olectcd, will bo the sixth president with tho namo of James. He wns nominated in tho fourth largest city in tho country ou tho fourth ballot, will bo olectcd on the fourth of Novem ber, and Inaugurated on the fourth ot March. NOTE AND COMMENT. " Utica, N, , has a roadlng room ox'-- clnslvolyfor git Is". Tho wooded lands of Mississippi comprise 20,000,000 norca. Arkansas has 1,200 whito and 600 colored school teachers. Boo culture Is bacoming qnito an in' duslry in Washington territory. Ton ncros have boon bought in upper Now York for a crematory site. Tho cotton mills of tho South now reproscnt it capital ot .oyor 810,000,-000. Tho skeleton of a prchistorio giant was dug up recently near Washington, Ark. Now Mexico ha 3,000,000 sheep and 2,000,000 cattle on its 77,608,000 aeroB of land. A Goorgia paper Is onclinod to bo llevo that tho fancy of Jorcy cattlo is a crazo. An umbrella of ropca -was ono of tho attractions at a recent wedding nt Quitman, Miss. - Thoro nro moro seaeldo resorts on jbo New England than on any othor co'art in tho world. Forolgncra own 20,G47000 ncros of land in this country, almost wholly in tho Wost nnd Sonlhwo3t. ' A CO j onr old horso thief, of Buffalo, N. Y., has boon sentenced to the peni tentiary for four yoars. Toxas proraitos to mako more wheat this harvest than nny previous crop for eleven yours, Canada refuses to allow Kentuoky whisky to go through tho Dominion, on route to Now York. A bottle of whisky 28 yoars old was found In tho collar of tho Cynthiaua, Ky., school hotiso. Tho 103d birthday of Dallzer Gohr, of'Mcadvlllo, Pa , was recently colobrat- cd by a public picnlo. j Tho oxocutlonor of Plupp, tho Cana dian murderer, is said to bo an inmatu of tho BufTalo, N Y., Insane asylum. Tbo deed mndo him insuno. The population of tho Unltod States Tlio typhoid fovor is making tenibl61fev jL ndvancos in tho northwostoru part ot nSty mo ciiy oi .iioxico. Tho Mormons rofusctj to giro flowers to decoruto tho graves of soldlora buri ed nt Camp Douglas. A shoal of codfish ono mllo Jopg and containing 120.000,000 fish will cat Inoieasos nt tho rato of 85 por cent b?A)od(ri)00 horrintr in ruin wnV. every ton years. At this rate thoro w6f?f It is ostlmatod that 10.030.000 worth bo 17,000,000 inhabitants m 1,900'' $10,000 to Loan in Sums to suit fur six months or ono yearHomo Monoy, Apply to J. F0STEE MARSHALL, Mound 0it,y Mo. Soroon Doors, Windows, Scroon WU'O Cloth and nil KindH of Spring Illngoa, Catches, olc.,at T. L. PRICE'S. ol grass is annually consuraod by tho pnrirlo dogs in Northern Toxas, Great excitement proyolls in CJaoka mas county, Oregon, ovor tho reportvd disvovory ot a vorltablo wild woirjan, A"Chlnoso opium den was rocontly raided nt Dallas, Tox. Quito a mpubor ot prominent ladles wcro louud Glut ting" tho pipo. Tho Syracuse, N, Yi, aldormon have necoptcd a challenge to play a matcU"? gnmo of base ball Irom tho Utlpi buso bull club, Paper bottles aro mado in Germany. Tho man with one of thoso papers woll tilled in his pocket has no trouble in getting a big eirciltttan,