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Albert RottUtr. MONTGOMERY & BOECKER, Private Bankers, OREGON, MISSOURI. Collections maito Anilrcmlttod (or promptly, Iiilmwt paid on tlnin deposits. , . KnrelKii rxelmngo bought nd sola. We Isiiio drafts on nil tho principal cities of Germany, KnRlaii'l and Ireland. Ilavo m.nloupcclul nrrntiRcments to collect money duo fmin estates 1n foreign countries. Trios paid (or non. residents. Tho accounts or business men nttd Individuals In Holt county respectfully solicited. . n. pAnnisit, ye. n iiomiANK, 411 l'rnncls Street, Oroicon, Ht, Joseph, Missouri. Missouri, Parrish & Hoffmann, ATTORNEYS AT LIT. VTI1I pnicttco In nil ttio Courts of Missouri and nrijoluliiirslaUM, Any tiusliirss oi Mr. I'nrrtsli's vm.i un.v.i lujri. i&viliii.iilli nut ui titmimn. 111 n desired. OQlco up stairs over N. J. KiKtit's Jlatnplo ltooui. W. H. RICHARDS, ABSTRACTER OF TITLES, Notary Public & Conveyancer, OKKGON, MO. I-tndihoictit juidsnld. T.iupj nitld for non nldentd. llnvn for sulo B.OnO acres Intiiruveil niid unimproved lauds. Olllcom Court fouso. CLARKE IRVINE. l.OUIHC. IltVINK. IRVINE & IRVINE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Pen- slon and Collection Agents, OREGON, - MISSOURI. Prompt attention given to all ImatiiPM cn tmstetllo our euro. Olllco over Krcvk & Wat son's store. E. KALTNBACH, Physician & Surgeon, MAITI.ANI), MISSOUItl. Offlca orcr VnndorMudo's Druu Hlurc. National Hotel. B, B. Foster, Proprietor, This hotel furnishes First Class accomodations. Tables sup plied with thn host tho market affords. Kveollcnt SAMPLE ROOMS forjiccoitimodatioii of Commor cinl travelers. No pains suired to mnko tho traveler fuel nt iioruc. Tearms reasonable. U. U. FOSTER, Proprietor. Oregon Quintette C LUU 1 II. Couxni,. l'lccolii. W. It. IIOI'FM ANN, Comet, K. Kva.su, Violin, J. l'OHTKii, Ciiiltnr, I.. Mooub, Cello Muuc JuruUhul for all occasions. Address, h. I. MOOItl!. MunaK'T. OrcK'ii, JIo. OI'EN day and night. "Joe's Plaea" Host Brands oi Foreign and D a oufcic Liqnrs. Fine C ignis. Old Lunch nt all Hours. JOSEPH 0PP1HEIMER, Prf. 110 Second Street, ST. JOSEPH, MO. T 1 Lightmnb MAY STRIKE YOUR HOUSE. if. 15. I'uri't, Oroitou, ,Mo,, solo aout for tho Muiiu Patent Cop.w C;ible Hating been In ths Lightning Itod business (or the past vl;lit years, refer, to tlm hundreds of parties for whom bo has douo workall of whom aw satisfied. Ilavlni; takeli tlie agency lor tlio nbovo rod, which ho considers to very best itianuf.tctiired, hn asks tko patro.iago of nil wliode.slrof.tte protection against lightning. DEAL WITH MEN YOU KNOW. Heware of foreign "Jumpers" who will swla dlo you by f umlshhiK Inferior rods and charg lug doublo prices. My lioiiw Is In Holt county i nd I expect to contluu to ivo hero. Heuco It Is to my Interest to deal squarely mid honorably with the poopln, and I Intend to do so. II . E. I'ERE 1', Oregon, Mo. MANUFACTURES OF- Team Harness of every doforlptlon, nnd Slncle and DohIiIo Uul'L'V 11 iruuss. JOonlofs In Sud Hon, Collars, WhlpR, llrushcs, Combs and cvorytlilug " our lino, wo usu Hom ing hut tho Dost of Lonthor,and guni'iite r-atlslnutlon. Wo will soil you it Hotter Harness thiiu .vou can buy in tho county for the iMoiiey, Don't fail to come and see us when In want ol a Harness, bnddiu or anything in our lino. V will pluaso you aim save you tnouyy. air jiiouo. Hot How ClieaD, Bet Anderson & Boyd OREGONi MISSOURI A scientific roirulutnruf Hie Womb, Is Dr. V. liauttH' I'oiualo rills. A spcclllo for Irrw or pjilntnl ninutlily sickness. Cures eniiiUpa. Willi, Iieiiniiytlifc ,ll,ll unmmm ' lliu n,v'iilll. One of tho most powerful blood puiilliiin iuu( tonics for thv IiIoikI and nervous sthteni In thu V. L..I..I.. ....i t.ij...i.... ..t !. u,........i. world. ;l per box. tiu.iriuitooii fur tlio iujoyo troubles. S, All , Druggists, AWTI 1 n tl Bend "l C(,hls tor iostao,and ill J I UreeelYo freo, u coldly box of rnliUtoiids whleh will help you to 1 ilAUiJmuru money il&ht nniiy llian niiytnliiKi'lxo in mis worm, aii, oi i'ii iermx cua eeil froie in si iinur. Tlioliinad road In lor tune open before the workers, iiiiMiiuieiyhute. M oiiM m!dieja,Tiuo a Co,, Augnstti, Maine, LIGHTNING ROD WITH CLEYELAXD, W1IAT1 Confederates Strong in tho Hope of a Vin dication on war Issue3. Hontlicrn fiontlincnt begin to Volco Itself l'otislon nnil National Cemeteries Tlio Negro Constitutional IMjshUnnd Liberty. Bicelal Correspondence of thoOlobc-Uemocrat. Nahiivii.m:, Tknw , Soptomber 20. While Northern pooplo nro tttkiug Gcorgo W. Cable, tho dlsHnrjnifhid novelist, to their hcnrls,hls fullow-ooun-try-mon of tko South aro rapidly com ing to thu point of pronouncing their anathema mnrnnathd upon him. Mr. Cnblo's utterances upon cerUtlu mat ters liave bcon received wltk it degreo of satisfaction iu tho Nurtlt which is only lo bo compared with the inoaniro of conuemnatlou now uuIhp meted out to him by his own people. In one of tho closing chapters of hU "Dr. Sev er," iu?t out, ho writes: All at oneu there aroso from the great column, in harmony with tho feeling music, tho lionrso roar ot tho soldiers' Own voices In singing tuuu to tlm rhy thm of their tread. And n thrill runs through tho people, and they answer with tniul huazns ahd frantic wavlngs and smiles, half of wild ardor and hulf of wild pam ; and the keen-eyed man here by tho throne lets tho teats roll down his check unhindered, us he awlngs his hat and cries "hurrah! hur rah I" Whllo on tramps the mighty column, singing from Its thousand thirsty throats tho song of John Drowu'b Uody. Yea, so, soldiors of tho Union though that little mother there weeps hut does not wave, as tho sharp-eyed man notes well through his tears yet oven bo, yen, all tho more ''go march ing on." faviors of thu Union; your cause is just. Lot now since nish twon-ty-fivo years havo passed, wo of tho South crii nay it! 'And yet and yot-wo can not for get," acul wu would not. I'lCTUltE AND SI'.NTf.MUNT. The picture is stromrly drawn; it will thrill tho Northern reader ns mem ory goes back to early scones of tho war thu marching lorth ol tho troops. And the sentiment which goes with tho ploluru that will awaken a responsive echo iu thu Northern heait. Hut when tho hand of frntorual good wl'l is stretched torth it will grope this side of Masun and Dixon's lino. In vain. For tho erring brother of the South is part ot the I'ovelist's fiction. Mr. Cable is honest when he pays to tlio North, 'Your cituti was Jtt-t," but when ho adds, "Wo ol tho South can say it," ho ufC3 tho plural where on'.y thu .sin gular number would justify him . Mr. Cable biealhes thu spirit which thu North would liko to sue tho bout It inauifest. Prolubly tho impression prevails largely that his viuws uro thoso which hold good quite extensively among Southern people. II ho litem Is a shock of disagrceablo surprise In store. Ttio South has been politic. Her people havo been feeling their way slowly to tlio position when they should consider it s ifo and vUa to speak their real sentiments freely and boldly. When, now and asain, soma moro hn poluous Southerner has given vent to liN feeling" his words havo been cried down as thoso of an exceptional ex troniud, an unreconstructed rebel, and not to be taken as thu voice of this .sec tion. TI1C TllUr. SOCTHEltN SKNTIMKNT. Dot the reserve is being tiiiowu off. Apparautly thu Icullng Is becoming gen eral that it is the tinio to talk, llcie are two indications of it, and, nt the lime, illustrations, of tho kind of con demnation Mr. Cable is receiving. They aie paragraphs from tho "Southern SoiHimonl" column of this morning's American : Georgu W. Cable i charged with bo Ing In favor of social etjuality. This will admit Ueorco to the love-least nn- nually held In "Undo Tom's Cabin." but it may result iu his being kicked out of every white nun's door in tho South. It Is very much to bo feared that Cable has joined tho Massachusetts llterarj ring, to A'hich each member must biiug, as credentials, absolute proof of an nnti-Suutheru tendency. Ills attack upon tho convict system of tho South was urideutly written on this lino. It was meat for tho ravonous defamers across the lino, but was false iu facto and assumptions. His social equality Ideas may commend him lo thu abolition ole.mont, or what mrvlves of It, but Iho intelligent pooplo of tho South will soon learn to despise, as they havo already learned to doubt htm, becnuso nt them. WE OF THK BQUTH CAN SAY IT. "Your cause was just," and "now sinco nigh twenty fivo yours have pass ed, wo of tho South can say it," wrltos Mr. Cable. At Gallatin, yesterday, was held "tho largest reunion of Confoder tu of TonuosseoKlnco tho war." Theio were a dozen speeches made to tho as sembled thoutmuds, and Uio speakers woio men of note iu this and other Southern St'ttes, Almost without ex ception tho tenor of these addresses wasthuttho South had been m thu rliilil duilni' tho lato conllict, uud that tinio would yiutilento her course, l'rob ably the must carefully uoiiei lered and deliberate uttorunecs of thu day wero thoso of Col, Guorgo li, Guild, a rupii tablo lawyorof (his city. "Will tho day over come," he asked, "when l0 people- of tho Sotuh will re view with regret or shame the action of tho men who stood together in litil. I hwiiu - not urn! thank God I believe "Tho Southern soldier, " ho continu ed, "who is ready to apologize for his conduct In tho war botweon tho States, is unworthy of thn tinuio It may Lavo boon policy In tho light of subsequent ovonts to havo taruoly submitted, but this is a sickly argument at best, and unworthy of manhood. I nm honest in tho assertion that t bellevo It bettor to havo fought and lost than not lo hare (ought at alt. I am not going to outer into a diseussluu of thu causes, It Is sufllciont to say upon that head, n party bcon elevated to power pledged to tho ovorthrow of tho Constitution of tho United States, and which tlioy f ucccod cd at last In accomplishing, most effect ually. It will not do to say that this was not their object to commence with, and It Is hut justice lo tay that some wero decioved, and alteiwaid the whole North was engulfed in Iho whirlpool of pnsflon, originated by thu AUOMTION llLACIt lUll'CllMCAS X'AllTY of tho North. l'lattVrins menu but lit tle, whilo actions show Intent unmis takably. A people who could inartyrizo old John Drown for his inurdurs iu Vir ginia wero prepared for nnylhlug, nnd tho people who were willing lo set at naught tho decisions of tho Supremo Court of thu United Jrtateu that final arbiter between vlht and wrong and thu Inst refuge from tho encroachments of tyranny-a higher law was demand ed. The Constitution of our intlmrs wnB denounced as a loaguo with hell. The protection that that instrument throw around tho rights of property was broken down armed coercion was resorted to, and Bubjugution demnndcH Thoso aro plain, unvarnished facta that it will not do to ignore, and which Im partial history will record as such. This is iho declaration (lied by the South, to which the North pleaded justillcatlun, nnd wit h tho issue thus made up wo conhilontly commit our caso to tho veidict to be rendered bj posterity." Such words nsthcsu struck the chord in tlio vat n8umhlugo, and wero up plauded again and again. "I lovu that old ting," and Judge John C. Ferris, of Nashville, pointing lo tho Confrdimi'o colors displaced from the slavd m thu center of thu am phitheater. "When tho war .vas over wucanio back to do our duty as men not as whipped robol.. Wu have got no npoligies to miiko, Let mo say that whenever you hear a Confederate t-ol-c'ler telling that lie io sorry, put him down as wanting to join thu Republi can party." I'Olt CONSTITUTIONAL I.tllKUTT. "Ashamed of what?" asked Col. James Turner, of Gallatin, luUliessing Ids old Mildiors. "Didn't you light for constitutional liberty. You made, a fight that 1 say has had no equal in the itunals of tlie histoiy. And when thu hisloiy of this great revolution comes to bo written v.o will liud that tho South will be put in tho front." "There isn't a Southern soldier," said Jugc J. 1'. Thompson, of Lebanon, Ky., "who would ihnr.gc places to-day will) tho Northern soldier. Wu are ready to be tried by future genera tions." "On my way here," said Judgo Do laney, of Louisvillo. ' I passed by tlio lieautllully kupt cometoiy, wi'li the closely trimmed grou:.d anil tlio rows of inarblo hcad-st lies, On tlio.se Monos I road such names ns Jack ami l'oiu poy, and I knew thoso bnrkd theio bad been the negroes who had gone into the Fcdi ral army. On other stones I i cud the names of Germans, bowo of them piubably hud landed at Caslto Gardua but three or lour weeks bel'oiu they enlisted and had never learned the lauguagu of tho country. On the other side of thu road from thuso cai eful'y kupt graves as liravu Kuntuikkins and Tetiuosseoans as ever lived weru buried In a treuuh, over which the yotiusr pines woro growing, and that was xl' thero was to inaik their resting place." WHAT WILL IT LEAD TO ? What was tlio infeioueo to be drawn from this? Turbans it Is set forth in two or three sontoncus from Col. Guild's i. . tineceii ; " Would that thu day would como quickly when tho shatts that connnem omtu thudcuds of Foi rest and Mcl'her sou, shall go up side by side and their military achievements recounted with prido by both sections ; tlin and not till then will a solid North and a solid South hecomu a united ualloo. Look to those fields of enrnuge au.l to thu men who stood there, and died there, and ask of thum an apology tor tho part limy pljicd In this drama." Latorjmi tho day Col. Guild said iu conversion, " f I had known my re mark wero to be reported in a North ern parser tlioro nru soniu things I should not havo said," "'JlQcy ai e your honest sentiments, aronfl tlioy?" wan asked. Jp.-s, indeed, they are," was the ru- WITH CLV.VKLAM), WHAT. A little of tho old caution which Southoru pooplu have been maintain lug had come over lilm, but it was only momentary. Later on Col. Guild and others of tl oso reprusontatlvu Soutiiur uruers spoku with ficudum on their po sition, They believe wll li a fan h whieli is seriplii il Iu its Mrmigth that the -lib of March will bring tho Domoemoy in to powrr. Holding as they do tnat tho South was in thu right, I hoy t-uy that Ihuro will bu nothing revolutionary iu tho legislation which will follow this uiitlclpiiled change of party control 'I buy recognize thai thu country would not stand this, andt1 uy say that linn ami udyerslty have taugl-tthem conser vatism, Hut they do expuit n- drawing of the limes Ughtur on tho poustuii busi ness, 'ap elimination of what (hoy con- sldor the present fraudulent fcnlurca ot tho Governor's generosity toward tho orphans and widows of Union soldiers. Gradually they expect lo lcglslato in tho direction of Iho restoration of thoso indofitiHo and tumcwhut mystical con ditions which they call constitutional rights and liberty. THK COLOII LINK. As to thu negro P Ho hi, since tho Northern peoplo ceased attempting to maintain him by forco In a position ho was totally untit led (or, drifted down Ir. tits social nnd political level. There ho Is woll enough. Ho is thu inferior, tho howor of wood and tlio drawer of water, and thu Smith Is bcOur eutisllcd with him In his present portion ihniias n slave. It will be the policy of tho Southern Dem ocrats not lo legislate in at j manner regarding thu negro, llu Is no longer dangerous politically, His labor is needed by tho South ami ho will bo let alone provided he bcluves himself. So the meaning ol tho increasing frankness on tlio part of thn Southern ers Is that thoy believe Iho llinu Is near at hand when they can Ju-tify them selves on thu Issues of thu war. The downfall oi slavery win to them an in eldont. They do not seek the re cs tablishmeni ol the peculiar liiMitutiou In Its old form, for It will bo uucopted the nioru inn.'ein form of the bondage of an inferior woik ng class "All men are created .ice and equal," with the mental reservation that tho negio must keep his place. AUE THBY KKJHTINO WlNIOlll.LSP These Southuiners believe the issues on which they fought no, to a rery considerable extent, living, ami low.iid the recognition of their, po.-itiun on them as tlio rightful one all the.i ptos peetivo legislation ill tend. In us growing sliengtli tho South feels ambi tious for tlio control again, but this time there Is no thought of tho arbitrament ol arms. It is to be a light In thu I.'nion tins time and In ilic political arena. I' is hard to get fioin these Jloui henier anything definite as lo what tln-y ex pect lo aeemnpli-h in thu ovunt of the change of pary control of which thu arc so confident. As lo the specific question, do they want inonutiieuH for their dead, and pensions for their wid owsuik' orphans, they will say no; Ikey ciinteniplaie nothing startling or revolutionary, stie.li as might stir up hard feeling in the North. Hut thu think constitutional rights have been jet aside and constitutional libel ly has been lost. Thesu they propim- 1" rea lure. What thoso rights are and how thuy aro to be icstnred niu coni.adrums lor Iho Nor'.iieruers lo crack. w i:. s IlueMioi's Arllb'H I'lllve. T'ao Rest Salve in thu wor'id for Cut, lhuiscs. Soars, Ulcer., u!t lt'ienm, I'uvir Sure.", TeUir, Chapped Hands, Chilblain.) f.'oriu and all Skin Eruption, and positively cuius Files, r no pay re qui eil. It is giuranlued to give Jiulleei satisfaetiun, or nioiiej tcfuiuled. I'm Uoeciits per box. Forsaluby Hindu & l'lulbricks. All In the Lias of Nature. Thero is nothing in thu line of magic or mystery about that womUrful and popular I'.K'dieiuiiu, F.irker's Toiiiu. Ii is simply tho bust and most scientific combination possible of tho essential principlusoftho.se vegetable curatives A-hiuh act powerfully and dlieclly oh tl.o stomach, liver, kidney. ud blood. But there neithur is. nor will bu, anj sue.co'fui imitation of it. It is all the tinio curing thoso who had despaired ol ever nutting well. For yonrsuif, your wife and cluldten. if voi; Ar.r..N,nt'.iiiN(i axytmno i:j run Dry Goods mm:, host kail to call attiii: M:wrtroi!i:oi' John Fahy, 4iu l'Ki.ix h'xukkt, sr. .IHSni'Il. MiHsouni. Mnti: hoods rou a $10 Bill i HAN Y1IU CAN I'lttlOUlti: III.HK- wimnr. rou 15 BIlars. (Cbntt nuett rem lasi vert.) How Watch Cases aro Made. In buying a silver watch caso great caro fliould bo taken to cmiro euo that Is solid silver throuchout. Tho cap of mobt cheap silver cases hi mado of a composition known as nlbata, which is a very poor subbtlHito for silver, as It turns black in a short time. Tho bucks of 6uch cases aro made, much thinner than thoso of an all silver coco, being robbed in order to mako tho cap thicker and get in ns much ns potoible of tho cheap metal. Another important point in nsilver case Is tho joints or hinges, which should bo mado of gold. Thoso of most cheap cases nro rondo of filverj wlifch is tiot a suitable metal S that purpose. In a brtcfpcrlod it warps, bends and spreads apart, allowing tho backs to become "looso upon tho caso and admitting tho dust and dirt that nccumin'ulato in tlio pocket. Tho Keystone Stiver Watch Cases nro only mado with silver caps and gold joints. fir. Looto-Mo., Fob. 17, 1S351 la KoTutana Uolfd Silver Wateb Oftkra am thnhnwt tuado to oar knowledge IIutIuu no Dolderioe they ru. Gum nomngeuuous. .ardr tuu tttjftr than Uiuj w ould woro tbtT liOAtxl for eoldcnntf. snd liave mora EftUUnff poifr siilpBt prcrauru than fcnjr other cas&i Iho nuukct. Muuuou Jiooaud jewklbv Oo. Bail I ml lllap t StjtUtt lTltch fu FuttriM, nlla d.lpbla.Vs.,frfcaRdMnt Illnlrll rwpkltt itsaUibtv Vwct l,MjkfiWa,rrl(ktKU,iih. f) ansas City, St. Josepli & Council Bluffs R.R. In COIfNCCTlCH will tK Burlington Route! ILUMOIS,yp nn f KANOAW -.IQWA.-jl ' I nCORAGKA MIS501WI V SYSJEMCOIORADO Tho Finest Equipped -Railroad in tho World for All Classes of Travel. jJ EARLY 5000 Miles in tho System. With Elegant Through Trains con taining Pullman Palace Sleeping, Dining and Chair Cars, botweon tho following prominent C'tics 3 WtLhc-ui Change 5 CHICAGO, PEORIA, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, DENVER. OMAHA, ST JOSEPH, QUiNCY. HANNIBAL, BURLINGTON, KEOKUK, DES MOINES, ROCK ISLAND, LINCOLN. COUNClu liiuUFFS, ATCHiSON. 10PEKA. LEAVENWORTH. SIOUX CITY, ST, PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. Over 200 Elegantly Equipped Pas senger Trains running daily over this great and perfect system; passing into and through tho important Cities and Towns in (he great Sta!o3 of ILLINOIS, SDWA, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEB RASKA, COLORADO. Connoctipg"1n Union Depots for all points in tho'SfatcsjifrKi Territories. EAST. VEST?N&RTH, SOUTH; no matter whore you are going, pur chase your ticket via tho BURLINGTON ROUTE. Daily Tr.rni i thu L.i.a li.itn KANSAS CITY, LcAVENWORTH. ATCHISON. ST. JOSEPH, .ij COINCIL ULUFFS. OMAHA, sioux cn f. ST paul mj Minneapolis Without Chingj. T.J POTTER. ViM.Pr,i Cn'l Mtnjf., C 0 U Q., Chictjo, PEHCEVaL iovell. Qn'i l'n Ajefit, C. 0. 4 Q CMMij. i T DARUARO. G,f Swat C.St.J ICQ, St Jtp-. 4. C OAWf, Sn i h iu tnnf, K.C , St J UC. 0 . St.Jteph. It wlli l.urir- n-l oiitlcli Ihe HLOOt). roirulitfl ll.r (.IVtnit KIOHP.V'J, nil Jtl.troiu iiik Hl'.VLTII BntlVICOHn-VUUTK' til ll Oi" JU-iioi rnjiirli.'-1 i-prtmi.iii.il if Idem Nit, eiecclillr I-yiieula. War.t of Aitt:Ut.lMlle- lion, Lack cr ti n,-t'i. n't l!t me :i wtleU with lCiraoUUlo auu "umlurfu! ialli. ti.ci. raatclci and uoivo. toculu uuw rtno. EulU cll lid oilud anJ BDipllni liralti I'otvr. C A nice tiCorliif; Imu all tcr.plalnn lm AUI ItiO rccnllartoUielritx wlli niidiu DH.JIAHTEUU XSOtr IONIC a Fnfr H'ri 'tr ouro. it Kivel a ruar na ncaiiny romiueMUN. Ttio atroupcat ttitlniiiiir Ui thn ta'uc or iK IUbtku'3 Ir.oii Tome it that rrrtui ... aiumnia at countvrrrltlnluiv only aditcil lo U.epopulut fly of tho orlKtiul. Uyoa carnellyd5lre litalth douot eiporlmtint-ftituia oaiuiifALAMU Liur ll.nl roue a-ldnxa to Tho Dr. llcric tTa.1 Co.V. HkLonla, Mo., lor our "DIIEAK EOOlt." U .fell Of iDKKIualUm, TTH4, On, HAfrrtR's Iooh Toto is for 0lc oy ah DRuaciars N" usi.i.nj cvtnrrioinx. vnn i noil BfaM! n n DaW. Miner Carnage uo8; . J. ' I i&LJi LtGHT and HEAVY CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, UAH 1 9, OUUUica, niiuuiij, liter tho most opprovoa ilestgnii at tho very lowest nrlcMMnsIalontwithcood WOrkaiiailllP. lincoa oonsiaiom wiiubuwu t. RO.OOO VOlliOlOH I - jT..J?.f.M.,. ... n In nan Iu Ihla anj . uu, muum...w - ,7, ril faro an conntrlen anil attest tho oxetllcnaa ol . our rooJb by Uio unlvorjal aatUfaoUon wlilclt thoy BlvoT-Kfory rohlclo Is WAUItANTED.-BpwW tUntloai nlll bo Klvcn to mailorders. CATALOGUES FIIIX - D. W. Miller Carriage Co., & VlflhSt., CnliwtSi. and t'eslcitoa Arc., CINCINNATI. O, V IU II DDR JJ NT Rutarti thou uetkiwJ bu L'arlu I nJl sermons. laptrtt Yeutbtul !iar. Restores UiiaUtu, 'Sttenglbem lei Imsnritct tit Brain Nerves, Jl peiiuvf ten tor Impitcncy NervQus Dchtlltij. rROUPT. 51FE mi SURE I ti.oo pir tst. Sit tor is.ao. iJiilsi lo wytdilrcti on rictlpl cf Pries- Btnil for circular. C:!i I'.gizt tor Ualtcd Sttttt. F. 0. CROUCH, SOSCrsaJSt., Uiwferl. Tha dorniw' Oumr, ha HI, 1'bI) and Winter, UM, fclves itliftlebalo prievs ffi'nvf you use, cut, drink, wear, or V&teAy mvo fun w tli, 'Jells how lo order with exact eot, 2MJ puges lureo ohm 3,U00 illnUrationa n wholo nlitnro pallcry. Contuius informntion cleaned from tho imirvctaof tlio world, rin otlif r prit o-book in exbtonco contains n8mne.li hifonnatiom KcnttVcctoiinyud ilreas mum receipt of postago i i' t ts). Let us hear from you, or vhit us wheu In our cily. Near imposition Diillilhigs. ltcspcctfuUy, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Ui't Os'iVS) WnbuaU A Mtrco, Ctilcu0t IU J6Pt1 mi ijf s: AOIltC'tll.TAUAI.. This Is nn excellent year for red clov or, the two cuttings yicldiugs much hoaylor than usual. Malno fanners who attond tho State Fair havo got m n way 0' "camping" on tiio grounds. Tho Wordcn grnpo is enid to bo ns good ns tho Concord and to ripen even easier than the Hartford. IfiMr. Vaughftii, nn American, bought thu bust bull nt Lord Wilton's sale of polled cattle, paying 819,M0 for It. "Timothy" gra?s took Its name from Timothy Hanson, of Maryland, who Introduced It in tins country from Kug land. Tlio Messrs. Kendall, of Uowdoln ham, Mo., havo grown elg'lily acres of oals this ynnr. They estlniMu the crop at ii.MX) bushels. A Denver dairyman has a mv ho claim give ten gallons of milk it tiny. No one wi I dispute tho fact that lhi-r Is n good 'claim." Ton acres of red clover U sufllciont pasture for at le:ist fifty hogs, and Is mpurior for thai purpose to any other kind of grass except nlfalla. I, is estimated Hint thero Is ono sheep iu tho United Slates to every thirty fourneiesnt territory. In Mngland the rato is ono to one ami a halt acres. Sliced carrots and oats figure hirguly in ttio food given to sheep Iu Vermont. The sheep of tiiat State aio ssid to eat nunc of oat j than of any other grain. It h said that some Ohio farmers arc (coding new wheat to their swinu In etond of com, tl.c old com having been nil used up nnd wheat being plcuti and cheap. a i .vim ilstrr runner, who has tried the prickly comlrcy of a forage crop 'or ihrro vi ins. savs t b a failure, in tl n? will at once eradicate the plant from his laud. i. i.. .l i i .i.... .i..... n,. am nnn . I II IS I llll Illi'll lllilk iiiuii. i.hj , OCU woiih of Jevwoy cattle m this conn-1 try, lo wit: 20,000 heifers and cows woU'1, on an average, ilOil a piece, mid O.OOfl bulls worth :llia each. In Franco, eggs arc soittd and iv.n by pa-sing them tlirougli a nng. Tho avi rage si.ed ones mint enter n ring -l cenllmelf rs iu diameter; the small ones i must enter throe contimeters. An Ohio lawjcr insists that the the ory that thn age of a trt; may bo (Inter num d by counting the rings in a cioss section is collect. In his practice he has often verified a surveyor V date by counting the rings on "hacked" lives. i j:i;ti ization ami i.ivi: .stock. I rum Hie Kural Nrw Yorktr 1 The growth of crojis must bo concur tent with feeding cattle. Cattle make manure; manure makes crops, and crops feed catlle. This is Iho inevitable (HUi)tii:c and round ot a true agricul tural system. Take away the live stool; ti.d the manure is wanting. flu is a ery fohsh farmer who Hunks ho can cnutliiiic to grow cropK wiihout nianuro i von on liiu furl llu lands ot thts Wesi. And i no whe is not a fanner, but who pretends to tench farmers any diU'erent belief fmin tliis Is a quae.1; and crank, of whom farmers should beware. This creed is orthodox everywhere--North and South and Ka-t and West and Wo tern lurmcr.s have adopted it long gii, and no longer burn straw and dump the manure Into thu rivciN, but cureiuiiy preserve everyinitig ui:u win - ii'' - 'r .r1 ! u calt.u aud sheep its the mainstay ol the h'nM 01 ,h,!lr lnn,U Nordoihey Ig carefully preserve everything that will nolo the usefulness of aitiile.il fetlillz ; crs, but avail themselves shrewdly of I tliu vatt tpinutiti' S of tliesu Hint are iiianuinciurcd iu thu large estern I cities- St. Louis, Cincinnatli, Cliieago, KinsasClty, and o-.cu Dumson and other cities in Texas. Don't Look Like a Wreck. "When a man is going down everybody is ready to ;ivu him a kick." 1 Yes, iliit is so. It is sad, but natural. Why, many a man ami woman, seuMn nmplojment, would have got it if their mitl- naUll'l OCl'll So llllll UHU J.'iay. vnic . , I,irk-.f's M-tif ltiln'iin Is then I "O ItU OI l IITKCl S ll.lll il.li".llll IS nil 11 i-, tllU bUt illVCatlllCllt. It Mops tal.lllg I ll.lir, lUOHIU.l-s HllTl ui'MVllJ nun it.i'M 'H OS COIIT. II I III, III LI I IV 1JC illllll'll, iui I " J 1 a ttye. A great linpiovement over any , similar preparation, aud sold at tho ion I price of fjOe. TSI.SaP.AVHV. Three liioutlli eVMllliKa il3.()0, tlu.v tlmo S.'l.l" IVinonal liisirii 'ltiitis tiy an expt'rli-iireil asil ,ir.irilcl ollloit iiiii:tarani! opeiauir. Cm lie .eiirneil while lakln enitiiiierclal .itiidl' i or short (taint. Aihtit's., M.vnagor ef thu ISrauts l'vU'm-y ;i!i Iiktlltiti,ril. ,lni.i)ili Mo. (Jo to Amloi'Kou & Cj!in niinn for thu Stro uliririgc Soodcrthohcstin tlioinav k;t. llHiltfSi-.t WZ9 i AH I'll- Mnprnil fr-p hy Dr. Kline' ri-at N'itvi' H sturi'r. N' Tin i.fler ft-sl ilnvV iso J!;iniiiiiis I'tiros. Tiratlsi' anl f.'.!! Irl.it .ititlle five to I'll imic.s. Seudtu Dr. Kline. IS Arch St.. Thil l . l'.t. KilliJ ! HI f. VLi L I' UL y iiULinuLi. ecu -uuaL. V A favnrlto ivf iirlrtloil ol ono of tlio luus, uoli'fl Binl aiirai'Miuixpccisiicitiii nil u. :i, (now rcilrct fer tin' euro ol . rrrnii Itrtiltiltli f,uat J(;t.ido.f, H rakntmiu Kror.fc'. Ktt DJlaliib6Uslei)tli)Kirm. DrugKlaiacunnllit. Addraw OH. WARD & CO,, Uulilanj, Mo. lyaiaimt'Wwa.,i.aiiaaa.M.n. auwwwii. a SOO PnKO.l. IltaMfttfdInclothinilflltblnrll'jfft.'V. mo tcr or foiun, tr eoftr V.. Tbli iMwk oi.uioftiu&tnai. ceubtrui or laquuuiTt wtnl to know. Ur( dUUni. U)XOi)itob. aoldtvirv Nvmontbi. lIlth,De4Utjr, Hppms( art prmt4 Ij Hi tie k bo bu; tatny, v bo sot. b, mlleltli)a wbea oirtry bmuibt koni i fu woodirfsl ri riavu trg to hf. Seal -U4 ))r. WHITTIKH, Hi. Louli. Wo., Hitrt BHKUIliL Cod i glutton aud pamphttt frvo. mm away To Ihc SMOKERS of Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham Smok ing Tobacco. The genuine ban picture of BULL on every package, For particulars sec our next announcement pm n n li H 'I U H B 9 i r. i r o n n Si "If if If If Hi P w m e ri-assriw. :j.iu. txishkk P.IHKSh'S m balsam. 1 ..c -e,:, Ciclt.rtand is it Kioiicinicrl iLiir ii Zii.ivV. C.wliai.?ll 1 a if a fy ?! p r n t (R pj h (ft A Turs Fim'l K:a;:i that ttv:r Ir.tjxleatij. If yru -re a li'-.-l' mtr or f.innfr. wrt,-. rut iitli orCiiviir. ot ri.iinr. run ,l.i it uy f.ti ulrcr.iouva. hlih itUl.C . t.y l'AKI.bK'f tltS.lKH 1'uroc. Ifyon r ic . bwycr. niiiiiilci or liuiinoi. tn.m t- ru.i- i lit- ii cntai kirtuii .r anxioii. titra ilo noj ii'ic luli.jirniirrj nimiiL.i.M, Ijut ue I'AKKUR't Olti:i Tosic. Ifynuti rc r);w;li RhiMitstutn, Ki!ncy or uiniirj Oiip'-iiini, or if y vi r.-c tumble I vith.sny Uiritercftliut.i iu toi.i.icri iMMck.lloMilorncirca you U.1 Leuir-.il l.y rAKKch't. liisci.n 'Ionic. If you are willing away from .ik?, diuipaiion or anyJiuaieor wcalnennml tnums saiimubnl tale Giscik roNijut o:tce: ttwill nivisor.tlc and Imilil jcu upfiom Itie first itie but s. Ill nevrt iiilojicatc. It liai iicJ UinOredi of lir it may mvc youra. g nisc ix a ro iu wai'.w m n- tx. n u ilrllu .U.i, al .lU..r. In miUmi. P ORKtT AAVf.ia BUri.NU HOLLAR SIIS. ur?tTi:aiir.Mji-iyrT?r,Tlrrff-1 IRAM SIBLET ft GO. m crop w&$?x Bend for fl 'CATALOGUE &PHICE LIST. FSORAM SEBLEY & CO. ROCHESTER N.Y. CHICAGO III. 179-163 MAIN SfREET. 200-206 Rar.cJclpSSt of Koiltuour Unlvoralty, r.oxlnBton, Ky. 'J""- cn,i'ie V,.wr!',' '""'. !; aii. tW,M Mroi.lllh Full DIloina nu.ln.il rut! abut 11) "-u. AaT.iiir-...i,iocioiinTuiiion,s.niriiiki IW4lnaIarullj,:l. Trlocta.,aicl.ll7: LIumrCuiM "1. !'" lfI"J- ?. ..(! Ktalu.to.. Or.r t ruvut imi jrwtf iron la w , j rear, nraM, lf.m nnuu. la tiuttinlirraii.aiiraiijinlhitiiaiirliiipariiMioi.Mira. " ' i i n.n .ng ra vairtiuaf Dlil.uia rrtualol Ull iralmlo, Thlih.iutlhildlTliD.wL nSJk,SkSSJSS!SSi ni-i'''"iJ'".WiLuunu.BuiTii.u.lM.,. Wbolr.alo Mnifclnrtr. of all Idadi of Opea and Top IILGCIES and I10AU CAltTM. AgenU want4 citrjnlicrr. Wrlto for catiloguo and trkallat. n.N'B WOUS A Sl'KClALTlt Wo elso msnufactaro ft full liuo of CUTTKUH, lncluaing Knell Hodf, I'ortlonJ, Sfjowo Hqk two soat I'oitlauJ And Voncjr KIctgh. Qtnd for cuts and prtcca beforo parcbtalos. MICHIGAN BUGGY CO., KAUWiZOO, Kick. POSITIVELY CUKED. Korietoutlon ft"m 1ntnp. The Infttltwto Ij JhMtorcil Mil Cuuint a uiulrr sBtiUo Ihw. Dr. Km rt hit Ltw kt DiiLnhit jj liLurMai ul KrM m rl rf rutnr c( lna tttttiOiua, unU Ibalr tora likvt'VM4 of rMDa iLlMindnta. iiiilnltt a rti lau i ttttm ate.. niAlIl for llu. ititrro. I'.T.PMVTUK, Vrun. VJcuv IuUtut way wi t W tatVvk Vt avumi MWi iA ii xri- IS SK'AicsO-.'kv fa'K'iivM .iti lei biuii ) fw-VcWN1 'f'-r r p -'' I fl VkT?--& rijrtska Colt-gat. V ;.W.-.Mi'J!"i-. V.tirii I'.ll. Ii Bn-lfl-l liGlsipii Buggy Go. KALAfWAZOO. WJIch.