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i KASKINE HoEaflEDEcL Ho Mack K3 Mean NoBiMEarc Cures QaiclQy. Pleasant, Pare. A POWERFUL TONIC that tlie mot delicate stomach will bear a specific foit -hai.aiua, kiusu.matism, XEltVOUS IItOSTATIO anil all (lerm ill-cases. Ucllovuo Hospital, X. V , "Universally suc cessful ' St. rre.rii Hospit J, X Y trcttd with KosL.tie iixs cured I 'uriii Notes. We A'uuM not undertake to raise chickens or to keep poultry through tho Winter and .-pring without a plenti ful &;ip;iiy of dry e:trth. The best time to stoie it is wheucver it is dry. Sheep reijuire caicful watching, ior ii they ct into trouble of any sort, as getting down in gullies or tustenod in between logs or fence rails, they be come so frightened or discouraged lliey succumb at once and Ji r. The anuria l product of maple i tig-.r in the United States is estimated at 40.000.000 pounds. It would be much larger if farmers prepared for sugar making in winter, so as to be in lull readiness when the season opens. The agricultural fairs of ISsG shower? more and better horses than ever be Jorc. There is no branch of cur im proved fctoek breeding as progressive "Hvory ittitlriit and prosuuious as the draught horse been die!i.irsi.ii I . . . imcres;, nor any oue luai is as pruut- it I. mir. i . . " . j..;tiiii:iiTii; .Mirfoii, I m . writes: "Kaskine is the best medicine made. ' . auie. Iir. I. M ;iesii. r, :r V'.v-x. vnl M . New i .... ... . , , , York i ;:y, .scnr-.i ii.t2) p.ii.-i,is vn:i K:w- hen cornstalks are to be used for Kim-altiT r.iniiii- :in! all oilier .ln.s li..l I f,i,iP I,.,,!. U,,mn h-inl failed. II.IS.U,: -lt is undoubtedly the best , Iouucr "" luc L01n a s0"u as 1Kiru inedirineover .li-cwrt-.i ,,, ami the stalks are cured, and haul the l'mf K llohsimh. M. 11. r.l r.nst St.. t late rnif. 1:1 x. y. Mod. coiii-M write : stalks in it once, or ;f that be not po ' s -V r- -rv y-. n i mm BBS. TTEFIS CcraMalag IMS with TCKE VEGETABLE T05ICS, datlly so J eoopletclr CLEAXSE3 sad ESUIttlES TIUS BIXMJD. Qalckeaa thicllooorii3lJi'rcJKldnfr. Clean tha camphxiea, aiales tha akla unooti. It docs not laj arc tlie teetb, am lieadiebe, or produce eon. Eilpailoa ALL OTilEtt 1U05 3EDICISE3 DO. Farslciras tod Drnggifcta evf.-rjwhere recommend It. Br. X. S. RroiiZ.Ea, of Minion. Mem- tar: "I r-.-. ir-i. 'ni Bawa's Iron UatTs as a valuable tenia f t ezn'-hinr ttv l.lod. End romoriaj dfspcpUa s.-l.uns. It 3oj iioi liurt tbo tijeth." l)a. t M. IirizixL, Kefnold. Inl, "I have preicr.ts..d Bhu'l Iron BilWrs in caacs of inirii& tnd tlKd d30iart ulso wVf-a a tonio waa cdJ. ind it tza lTTtd tiioroag!j!7 estinfactorr.' lilt- 'H. B-rmtR, M St. Mry r; t.. Kew Orloans. la , rra: " Ewn'a Iron Kit!rs rpnecd Eia m a caae vt blood ajpuce, and I haxti commend it to th.-e Ds'n a Uid pnnfccr. . . US. W. W. Mo.-)atuv. TuT.Tnl,ia. Ala . rajs: " I r-5 un tronl.'l(-I Jrora childhnil witn Irapore H:-a1 aod emotion on rcj fjux-two botuea lir.rn-3 Iron BitlTt eVct"d a rorfs.-t ciiro. I canut iyttt."iii!Uycf tLittvalaJtbloxuBUicme. tinniae Ijia aUw Trade Mark and crtwpM rd lineaj en rapoor. TnJkc no other. S!adeonljLr UiO Wi CUtlLlCAX, CO, JSAXTUIOUE. 3U. "Kaknic I st;ji.-ri.ir t- i,;i.f:c In its sm:i;c , , , , s..v.s-. . imwit. a:.-! never iiro.luos I lie slightest mjurv : iule stack them efirefully temporarily ' minetlUtely XteSSnAlinnvMn,-' to be exposed as little Illnde & t:.iry, t. riles ih.i' iCaskKie hxs ,-jre.i hsMf- as possible to lain, as the butt ends re i' "' utter tf:tv jo.irs sntferui!: from malaria himI i ii-rvmis iifpsLu Wiite iTiih for ir';rtieii:arj. I pump the water up from the ground i MMiiamis u k.ii iiniv.s;. l is ruc iii u ivas- ,,, ,t, i,i,i, t'm, ihn- ; ., kliie has eiire.1 them after all oilwr medicines , an(1 ru,n thc IOUder. Keep them in :l had failf.l. Wiii lor Ihxtk of letiniuiiiaK. Kasklue ea.i he Jakeii nith.mt anv siieel.:! n?dieal adviee. $1 ftj p.'r ltl?. Si.ld by ail drUiruiHts, or sent hv teail on ree'ipt of priee. KASKIXi: CO.', St Warreu St.Xi-v York. HAVE YOy BEEi -THE- GRAND DISPLAY of PRESENTS -AT THE JEWELRY STORE -OF 1 1 HI If not.drfH In and see til" fined scleeted stock Bf flRied V.are eier on exhibition to Oregon. Tlirse K.mdi are warr.snteil to be tbr best and ML prices ili.it will astonish. Yon are respect fully invitrd !' eall and se" for onrself -and fear not onr ii.it ftlll be esto':ned as a favr. riae b-ar In mind that tin- repairing of Fine Watcher, Cliriiiionieters and lrine St !I!P1 kiid Braeelts are a spclility; host Settlncs re ylacnl, riiifjs ma le larffer or snnl;er, and satls aetiori RiiArranteei. E'terarin done in the most artistic manner nil in the fashion of tiia day. II your eyes are tailing an-1 rennire arlificlAl Hid, be sure to e!! and see me. I c:-u :"ifer'l fit vour case, ai I hav- a practical kannledrv of the an itomv of the ej. My l?ns are ef lli most perfect shape an 1 at such price thai will surprise you. All iii.nl ordsrs will receive prompt attention All work O'l soorti amoautliis to over !J. CO will 1 returned by m nl free W. G. Botslsr 518 Francis St., Oyer Moffice, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Kidont of St. JnM'iilt fire I'mnlral eiiericiirf 'Zi yt.ir- ntlr-tt-r-tl !iy :he i.ioit riis tlncuM.r'l prnff4nr- in the country aul tho Most prnmlm.'iit oitizfnsf St. J.fph. PSACnCE LIMITED TO DISEASES -OK THE EYE AND EAR Penmylvanla College, ;etsburi; Med. I)eit. University of Md., anil .lolms Hopkins t'ni vcralty, Baltimore, .leffersou Medtctl Collet", rhlladelpiila l.atfi of the II. S. Indian Srrneo : 1'niversity Hospital. P.altimore. and 1'rofessorof Hiseases f the Kve and i:ar In the Xiirtliwesteru Medi cal. Collcte. St. Joseph. Cjy-Aullior of Treatise on Long, Kliortand Weak SUM. Braziiliati Pebble Lenses Adjusted for nil forms of Dsfective Yision ArliScal Eyes inserted. AN OPINION mm READING. To the Editor of the tlazette : It airordsino treat pleasure to be ab'.o to Dear testininn to the aWiltv and sVIU dlspl.ijed by Dr. W C. It'itelcr. ol this city, in the luinairemei.t of de fective sliht. ami his attentmn to ni mil eyes ill pirtie.dir. Tim doctor :ijusied and sup plied in" spectacles Hint an- all Hut I could de eir. They enable me lo read elearlyandeasily Rnd prosecute dally duties Ailh comfoit Hid satisfaction. ltespentfully. MH.AC Woniiwoy, Ex-f Snvernor of Mii-soml. nEKEKEXCES. T. Curry. Oregon : M. S Xorman. Cen. Jas. Prale, Ex. :ov Sll-w Woodson. St. J oseiili : Hon. 5. W. McCrary. Iatn Serty. of War and V. B. Circuit JudRO, Kansas City. The Line ooloctocf by tho U. S. Cov't to carry tho Fast Mall. yV'lth Ehjant Tnroush Trains corialcinj Pullman Palace Siscning. Uiiin.1 and Cliclr C;rs, bctr.cii: th9 !;:!;u!copreir.i.ijr.tcii;c5ilhoi;t chlna: CHICAGO, PEORIA, ST. LOUIS. KAHSAS CITY, DENVER, OMAHA, ST. JOSE'U!, QUIKOY, BUSLHiCTON, Sf'.KKiBAL. KEOKUK. OES W.CiHZS, ROSX :S!.AMO, LINCOLN, CC'JffC'.i. QLUrFS. ATCHISON, TOPEiCA, LEA VEH WORTH, sroyxciTY, st. faul, r.-.iKTJEAPOLIS. Over 300 Eloganti Eq-jippcd Passenger Trslas running daily over this perfect system, pasjlr.a into and tli.-cuj'i lbs Important Cities and Tm-.?s In the great States of ILLIKOI3, IOWA, MISSOURI, KANSAS, KZliRASKA, COLORADO. Connecting In Union tiensis fer ell roin'.s In tie Slites aadTcrrKories. EAST. VVCST, N3I.Tii.S0t)Tll. No matter inhere su arc gcic. purcliase ur iickils la thc ' "BililllNGTOS ROUTE " Oaili Trains ir th;. L'-ie ii;tv.-"en Kr'; AS CITY. lXAVEtrnW.!!. ,'.T;H!S.-1. ST. r.SCVH and COUNCIL ELUFfb.ONi.MU.CiOX CITY, ST. WilL and KINNEArr.m KANSAS CiVf. AnKlSDS. ST. JOSEF!! and CUiKCY.tr.N?';-;- . 'J CPSJSGO. VliVbaA Chanje. T J POTTER. I. -r J. F. jj-f'NAHO, i. - - v H. A J f 6' - A. C. I-! , H. M ... w .es. c. . B. t Q. , Cs - AO .. , i' a c i ci. j. i c E. a mow, and it coiivinicnt nils tlicm with a little drj straw. They a:c sweet and uourisliitip;. It is the opinion of Sr. J. B. Lawcs, whose opinions upon such matters are entitled to anil receive much weiht,that tlie best time to cut grass, either for bay or ensilnge purpose, is when the nnjor ity of grasses are in flower, lie thinks nothing in g-iincd by waiting longer, his reason for uch belief bein" that in the case of most of the grasses the seed formed is exceedingly light and the food which it contains is excessive ly small. Prof .1 Have Punton, of the Agri cultural College ot Ontario, suggests remedies for potatoe rot which we con dense us follows: Dig ns soon as blown spots appear. Pat in cool, dry place after digging. Grow early va- lieties. Burn all affected stal Us. Use only good seed. Get seed from unaf fected districts. Don't plant in a field in whic-'i rot occurred the previous year. Avoid planting upon a heavy clay soil, but pcrl'er a light and dry one. Many laniicrs place great stress on the power of clover to restore the fer tility of thc soil. It docs this by taking carbon Irom the atmosphere and caus ing elements in thc soil to assun'C or ganic shape. It is aided in this pro cess by its roots, which penetrate a great distance, and thus lighten up tho soil. It Is a disputed question whether the plowing in of clover is the most satisfactory and economical method of enriching the soil, but thc practice is quite common in many localities. A sandy loam Is r'.ch in vegetable matter, and is one of the best and most productive soils we have. The great trouble with n?ott sandy soils is their lack of vegetable matter. Tbey con tain nothing to absorb and retain mois ture, and aie consequently dry, and in their national atate barren. They bear only shrubs and brushes, which serve to shade the soil; otherwise even these would dry tip and wither away. In imitation ot nature. "Imitation Is the Jinccrest Flat tery." If the above quotation is true, then Dr. It V. l'ierc3 ougb'. to feel highly flattered, on account of the tuany imi tators of his p ipul'T rctu-Mly, tlie 'Pleasant Purgitive Pellets," for they have scores ol imitators, but never an equal, for the cure of sick and bilious headache, constipation, impure blood, kidney, pains, internal fever and all bowel com plaints. With a bottle of the sugared granules in t:.p house, jo" can dispense with the family doctor and his olten nauseous medicines. Thc EartliMiialii. Further dispatches concerning the earthquakes in southern Etuopc state that all hough there has been no further shocks at Nice, the panic has not yet subsided. Fugitives are fleeing in every direction. People are afraid to re enter their houses and hotels, and tho heights bacK of the city wore crowded with refugees. Two thousand English, Ameri can and Russian visitors were camped out on elevated ground. Sis thousand persons havo left the city'nd started for Paris. A son of Alber' N. Hatha way, the American cotuul, ax Nice, was seriously injured. There has been no lurthcr disturbance at Monte Carlo. The place is filled by thousands of refugees from Cannes, Nice, Montone and St. Ermc. It is difficult to find shelter for thc great number of people, and many of them are compelled to camp out. A more confident feeling prevails. Gaming has been suspended and a band is playing on thc terrace for the purpose of resloriug confidence to the IriL'Iitened people. Thc totnl number of deaths reported gp to the present timo i about 2,000. The shocks were felt at Parma, Turin and Cui-cnza. The undulations of tho enrth were noticed nt Cutnviru iu Sicily, at the toot of Mount ."Etna. Tho direc- CROUI. WIlOOPIXC.COUOHaiidBronchltie relle ed fcy Hhlloli's Cure. For sals & 1'hiiurick, Oregon, Prancn & Co. i'ZJl yjsia!sj - - - - BITTERS IT IS A P U REDT VE6ETABLE PRIRARAIION SOINA-MANDRAKE-BUCHU other eojMuy tmcinrr hotedhs baa atood the Test of Years, Curing all Diseases or tne &LU0I1, kivxn, Bium- ACH. KLDNEYB, BOW ELS, &c. ItParifiestho Blood, Invigorates and woaagea inn pyawm. BYSFEFSIA.C0KSTI- CURES IB PATIOH. JATJUDICE, UD1$SESCTTlEl SICKHEADACIIE.BnV I0TJ8 C0H?LAnrX8,&c diaannear at once under i us Denen&aiuiiiuBUGe It ii nnrely a Medicine as its cathartic proper ties forbids its use as a beverare. It is cleat- ant to the taste, and as eaailv taKen ty cnua Iren &i adults. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO Bole Froprieton. ! BtXodis and Kixui Crrr UVER f! KIDNEYS STOMACH O AND BOWELS IfjlDaUGGISTSj 4PRICE1 DOLLAR SLEEl'LESS XIOTIT8. Elude mlserablo ly that terrible eoush. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy or you. For sale by Illnde (e l'ltll brick, Orc Kon, Frnitce & C., Forest City. lEsdids'S&tefiSsrEisaf loslif at i'.iix i tcic-.J .itj fct t-.lfrJ 7hjrIelauj Tho United States Senate. The present United States senate is largely a club of millionaires. John Sherman is a very rch man, largely iuterested in tho Pittsburg & Foit Wax no railroad aud in national banking. William B. Allison of Iowa, a very rich mau, closely allied wi'.b the rail road interests. Brown of Georgia, a millionaire, largely interested in the southern rail road tystem and various manufactur ing plants throughout thc south. Camden of West Virginia, a million aire, largely interested in the Ileuy G. Davis railroad, coal and iion iuterest. J. D. Cameron of Pennsylvania, a millionaiie, related by the closest ties to the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. Cheney of Xcw Hampshire, a mil lionaire, -connected with many large manufacturing interests, made his wealth through protective tariff. Dolpb of Oregon, a millionaire, made rich out of the Northern Pacific rail road. Edmunds ot Vermont, a corporation lawyer, with an extensive aud lucra tive practice. Evarts has been n corporation lawyer nil his life. Fair of Nevada, a 30,000,000 mill ionaire, in intimate association wiln tne l'aeilic railroad. Gibsun of Louisiana, is very rich and largely interested in southern railroads. German of Maryland has a very large fortune and is closely allied xvith the powerful Chesepcake & Ohio canal and Central Maryland railroad system. Hale of Maine, ia a man of vast wealth, and all his sympathies are with the capitalistic class. Jones of Xevada, 13 oioseiy allied with the Pacific railroad. Mabone ot Virginia, is a millionaire. largely interested in southern railroad. Mitchell of Oregon, belongs to the Northern Pacific railroad, Payne of Ohio, belongs to tho Stan dard Oil Co. Sawyer of Wisconsin is a millionaire lumber tariff man and belongs to the northwest system ot railroads. Scwell of New Jersey belongs to the railroad system of bis state. Stanford of California, is the head and front ii tho Central Pacific rail road, out of which ho has made $70, 000,000. Here is a millionaire committee of twenty-one directly interested in cor porations and monopolies, whsle thc majority of the balance owe thoir clee lions largely to corporation money and influence, and arc naturally affected by thelr position and intimate association with those ivho have largo and power ful corporation Interests. I it any xvonder that the United States senate has been denominated the American house of lord? Elect United States senators direct from the people, tho same as we do congressmen, and all this giltedged snobbery in official positions xv-u!d be forevei and eternally put an end lo. Budget. 'V: Curawir C-ijtrvrt, Thmal aria l.rt:;j Piir.r--'. i.l-rr KIJuoj !K.-ii", 'V.- V.-5- SHir..-a, Rl.'eanc oj Tnnrji:t:"t'".- ri-"-ii'-.i--i at'it Ncrr- oi n:i is- rr-:.-j t ! -. r: :-r.t. Cenie and r- -I . -r -c-iti :-t. c,ir. :r. tiM:( lor ocr " SrsTn??.":6 t::; :..,(;, wrjch irixca If.Ttl'-l'Ji'.T. iwvaa.... lis' IT !.C.;.i!!tf.;i(lfO' a...,-, TT. ?-zrv rfT;.i: i. (!-, laJ-J'-VlL. t .v.-.rl.f- CouJHMoua . r -n--i or ic'iiJitcl t'ol- t JiSr-rOTsf J.'V'. .'rr.titana Sell, 's --s.. jj;r,- xj.-rtlci-o are aririily '-:'""rw"- .-.i r-'.'T-i'i: i't: cied in-uur 'pr I;. . '- i-cid, l.i c5. p tan;pj. yoim-a rr.n; 'Rat;to, or JnT.ach, radl- jj., f r cslly cured, VraJiom it:u knitc, 3 l-'i IuC R v.-itco'it derenieuto cwn L.- s.-mJl tnjue. and with veiy littie iT-T ee'it tor tJii ceuta m f.-ii,:, t'ir.r. JT.'rrcuB and nT5irxt:Ki:3 for so- cs-'W ia f.'ji''.; s. jiddreHI TVour i-V inryi:isSAi:y IlrjC'L J5C1aTios, OUi iliin J tr-.s-t, liuilaly, ft. y. KnwB-wras- The trrrj'nnt of mn I r,-.n" -- - t?''-":"tr-i'' of c:i5."j of those i uSiiH-ij A' i P-'nlui' to , s.'.'.--.- r:i,j yi.valiiV iio-l and Wiraim.-At-w' Miifiejl Ii-4tit:ile, l:aj af Tortl."! bi.T osjn-jUvc it. odiitlny remcdieo for tb";r an . m:d F&vonte Prescription la tee i.i'UU of Tis rt riiwrieacs. It It a poT-tfitl Htoratlv Tonic ind Koi-fltje, Iripsns j ici.r ar.d eiienjrth to tns hi e;n:, r.tid cii-; u If by ninir. teu 'orriica, or "rtJtce,' OKilsltc riirv lii:;, iniist'ti! uiountrundo'i, un ia?nrn wnf rcanlou. iirolniii.s or f.-.liiriK i iln utrrcu, went back, fint.'ve-;M, rctrovcn-ieii, !cnrl:ia iloK'n i.o ii.u.'.ivj chronic cr.iiccs tlon tMr:.t.-trcdttokr iiti.2 ntccralloti ot ta' noaii, inliapi j-.alio,!. pnlii .tad I'iv3crii.; f:( ovaries, liitcrual hrnt, aud fi-rj.;:'. weakness." It it.nmrjliy rtli-"v and euros nuioa irid 14'aU:Jihe of L'toraaolt, rndlsea tion, .t;atii;fT, ;.rv.;c f rossraitloii, aud: t-'lpopiew.-ics-i, lu el'.ticr box. OK a naTTI.KS : tuot. s?j.IV, olI f'r'd-cy.T''"' "rrr-wJior?. Pond rn sutjj n; (.f-tfrii'ii i.r 2,'r. rirve'a Inr-s Trtatiiu on lliwiiij; vt W'viuas, illustrated. S&rfci's Dispsrssrv .'d;s! isKsiation, CC-3 UuiA sJcd. ZOTTPJUjO. K.T. Bflionn Eoodacbe, r7 rt . I'l.iliir.j Cnnatlnfl. jsva. ana jfsuiotm aimcmb, sr5? p.-miiftly cured by Dr. 53' VieTco'd Fleaiant ruraanvo i t'iiui u cents a m.U, by Ortvglscs. WILL YOU SUFKEK with Dyspepsia and Liver Coniiilalnt? Slilloh's Cure Is gnarantaed tor of Ihfc Turin observatory telcrapjs to cure yon. Kors.ile by Illnde & I'lillb tick. Or that the seismic instrf.ments ate qujcs' Ron. France & Co., Forest City. cent mid no further disturbance is fear- id TVlen Baby naa rick, vn eare fcer Caatorla, Wbcnoho waa Child, ahe cried for Caatoria, When ahe became Miaa, aha clang to Cactoria, When ahe had Children, aba save tham Caatoria Thii Don't GctCaiiglit. spnngwith your blood full of LIVEU iiupuriiies, your dige-lion im;iaired, your appetite poor, kidnoys and liver torpid, and whole system liable to be piostnitrd by disease but gi t jourself into good condition, and ready for the changing and watnier weather, by tak ing Hood's Sar-iaparilla. It stands un equalled for purityingthe blood, giving an appetite, and ful a genera! spring midieine. Secnra Healthy action to the IJvei idreUareaUbiV aaJot! troubles. fWtlTiUai;lb(Wpis. ntM2M,lBSniaM Mcin live at home, and make more money .it work lor us, thau at anything eLse in ihis world. Capital nt needed; you are started free. BoUl sexes: allai;ej. Any one can do I lie work. Large earnliiK' ure Irom first start, t'ostiy outfit and terms lree. Better not delay- Costs you untiling to M-nd us your address, and find out: if von are wise voti will do so at once. II. IUlixtt & Co., Porllaud, Maine. TTTTTT A SF.NSATIOH icnjr stis-iora wmm the rvcult on mexxot Iso utiKi inoroTed UDesswi :omwtlliAiflfrkklilrML Thl&ttr ah iiicuor u cooler wnu uie u. 1. c. 'a Miosnsl Bo tymptotoM w r-iT. filnc this fact I now ea' listU'd Lhn 1 une of till, hoff 1 9 bemm injr voria -irtie lii ortit r nasp ins a ivc'd (rfimmx Amoncm. OrratlirJt 1 n j.d J..,;w jui wi .1 Rvirv Fl. i HH'tirrltcrjf in the C S. AtJcrrffitliiinl'lljUrrraftA. fcl-'p lirwji. sut ioa;i wha nt nattier lii.' wlh to i &C'THE L. S. SILVER SOnofi 9kt Wonderful Cures). W. D. Hoyt, & Co., Wholesalo and Ketail Dreggistu of Borne Ga., say: We have been selling Dr. King's New DiS' covcry, Electric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for four years. Havo ncv or handled remedies that sell as well, or give such universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cure cflected by these medicines in this city. Several cams of pronounced Cons uiup- tion hare been entirely cured by usp of a lew bottles of Dr. King's New Dis covery, taken in connection with Elec tric Bitters. Wo guarantee them al ways. Sold by Hindu & Pbilbnck's. Druggists. WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, CORNICE POLES, Etc., Etc. Ceiling Decorations, Paper Hang ing, Painting, Graining, etc., etc. Re member I keep the largest stock,the latest styles and cheaper than you can get then any where else in the county. Orders by mail promplty attended to. Remember the place. JOHN W. GREEN, The Decorator, OREGON, 3IO. HO! FOR NESS! The Banner County of Kansas. hi Cheap, li I II, to hij, I SAND 111LL.S, NO ALKAI I. Ness county Is situated in the west central part of the Stale, and its west litis is about one hundred miles cast of iho Colorado line. It is 30x30 mile in extent and contains 691.200 acres of Isnd, mating 4320 larms of 160 acres each, at least 95 per cent, of which can be tilled by the plow. These are farts instead of fic tion, and a visit to our county would convince any one of the truth ol the aboye. Should you want a borne in the best county in thc best state in the union Look at some of the Bargains We can Offer, S20 Acres, all fenced, 1-2 mile from Ness City, Price, $1:1.00 per ncro. 1 Tiee Clain, all fenced, 2 miles from " 8.00 9840 Acres Deeded Land, 5 to 10 miles from Ness City, Price, . 8.00 to 10 00 per acre. 12,100 Acres, it) to 18 miles Irom Ness City, Price, go.OO to SS.00 per acre. (Some near the U. R.) 5840 Acres School Land, Prir e, $.1.00 to $10 00 jier aero. 29 Tree Claims, Price, i 50 to $5(10 per claim. 47 Homesteads, Pi ice, $200 to $000 per claim. We have some Fair Government Land Left Yet FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, WRITE TO THE Walirait "Valley Xjjrsid Sc Loan Co., Opera Block, Ness City, Kansas, W. E. 3IINTOX, General Manager. Tie lipoma mm Hosse Go. O LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. C uu-oktkss or Pure-bred French Draft (Percheron or faerrrmn) AND ENGLISH SHIRE HORSES. o 40hoodlaiportKllnJon,.I!SI!. VWtor tlv. Trt!com. Call and . otr hwwi ir "' ' !'-T3J Hints. It Is eaid that salt should be eaten with nuts to aid disgcstion. That millc which stand too long makes bitter but ter. That rusty flat-irons should be rubbed over with beeswax and lard. That it rests you in sewing to change your position frequently. That a hot. strong lemonade taken at bed timo will brf.tt up a bad cold. That tough beel is made tender by lying a few minutes in vinegar water. That a cup of strong coffee will remove thc odor of onions from the breath. That a cup of hot water drank before meals will prevent nausea and dyspepsia. That well ven tilated bod-rooms will prevent morning headaches and lassitude. That ot his back; then loosen bis clothes and let him alono. That consumptive night sweats may be arrested by sponging the body nightly with salt water. That a ieyer patient can be made cool and comtortable by frequently sponging off with soda water. That to brat eggs quick); add a pinch of salt ; salt cools and cold eggs froth rapidly. That the hair may be kept from falling oat after illness by a frequent application ta the scalp of sae tea. You can take out soots from wash goods by rubbing them with tho yolk of eggs befro wash ing. That white apois upon furnituro will disappear if yon bold a hot plato over them. Evert person is interested in their own affairs, and if this meet the ere of any one who is suffering irom the effects of a torpid liver, we will admit that he is interested in getting well. (Jet a botile of Prickly Ash Bitters, use it as directed, ami you will always be glad you read this item. Tne number of cattle in this country in proportion to the population is do creasing, contrary to the general idea. Twenty years ago we had 625 head of cattle to each 1,000 inhabitants,and now we have only 775 head. And yet it ap pears a6 if the past twenty years cattle had increased more rapibly than at any tormcr period. PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK. On my farm, fmir mllrs north of Xnv Tolnt sml seven smith of Maitl.incl, on TUESDAY, MAIiCII 15, 1887, tliree Stallions, one Jack, one span of fmir-year-o'.il (It'liUmrs, one fivc-jear-ole (frilling, one four-j ear-oM Marc, a numlicr of tvo-year-oli Mares unit UeMlns, one (pan t!irre-eiir-oIit Mules seven lieait of two-yrar-oicl liiali grade Heifers one tlirmi;lilreil Tow anil Calf. t'o t'.tii-lioise vas;ons. one two-seated Spring Vtpwi. let of f.jia Implements. Ti.iiks: Ten n.i.:.U:. or s nr pent, oft for cvA. KKKKMAN I.IB11Y James T HowrLL, Auctioneer, for infsnts end Children. 0211UStHMkaUaHHaaMHrttlllHIIMlB MOaatorialaaoiraaa4iitaJtoc2!lUrejitbaa 1 Ctatarta tww CoHs. OoaaUpatton. bdurwn feS-e. U- kaowntona." H. A. ArniCT. M.B., I Ktuiejoi WB&OsfQld6trQoqra..T. I Without Injurious almttnm, Tan Cbrasb Ccxtaxt, Its FnMoo Strret, K. T. Best in the War J J. Order of Publictttlou. .TiTPi.UKmlur i OiunlTof Holt. f"- Tn itr ("Ire ult Cnnrt. Jviuary Tflrm. IW Edward!. Hart. PWiitlS, I AitaehlI1TOt SenarWandllir.IWendant. f "n Arcoii.it. At this ISth lav of .InarT. litnT. corn tlie plaintiff herein, in per?a. Hiid It apaenm; to the satisfaction of tlie court, that thc up frndant, Senar Waudliue. It not a r-Mdeet of the Mte of Miswurl. and raunot lie summoned In this aetl.iu, Whereupon It 1 ordered by the court, that said defendant tie notified by anblicattan that plaintiff tiaseominenced a suit attaint him by RAition and Bttaeamtit. In the Lit cult Court f olt county, Ullourl, founded on an arfount, for the sum of one hundred and thirty rtIIra (f 1J) : that his property liai l een atUeh'd : and that uulesH the ld Seu.ir Wandllnibe and appear at ttiii court, at tlie next teroi thereof, to l)pcun and liolden at the court house, in thc Ity of Oregon, tu said county f Holt, on the 25tli dayol April neat, 1k-T. ond on or before t lie 0th day of said Term if shall sn long continue and If not, thru ou or before the last day of said term answer or plead to the petition in said lause, the same will be taken ils coufesseil, and Jlidsi.ient will be rendered accordingly. Ami it Is further ordered, that a copy hereof bd .ublishrt aeeoriiing to law, in the Holt Cocntv Sr.NTJKi. lorfourwecks suecessivo lv. the List Insertion to be not leu than four veeka before tlie sstli dav of April, ifisT. D. S. AI.KinK, Circuit Clerk. A tru eoiv from the record. Witness niv hand, anil the seal of the Circuit fsC.M.. Court of Holt county, this -tli dav of rei.ri.-irv.iss7. 1. S AI.KIUE, Circuit Clerk. Kd. I..'llart. nahstlll. TRASKS SELECTED SHORE iK VOUR QROCta run intwii rRA8AV a take a other bsmju. Seeding tin; Grass In Karly Syriuf,'. Some farmers sow tl.eir pjrass seed on the snow, trusting to the even dis tribution thetcof by the downward tendency of water, and the use of t tie farm roller for covering after the frost has finished upheaving the soil ; but it is doubtful if the practice of sowing clover and other grass seeds so early in Specv.iltlcs in Flowers. Many of those who have little flower gardens, especially it they are tenants, and likely to move, rely upon annual plants to :urnih their decoration and to jield cut flowers. In the early spring they consult the catalogues tor thc "novelties" and purehxsc a collection of the seeds of those things which are highly reeiitiiiueuilid. of conrse ta' ing the season is the proper mode Although .care to provide a gnoa bhare of those i such seeds do cot easily lose vitauty.yet there is damage done by the cold, aud the huugry birds do not miss the op portunity to take their share, while the proper "cateh" largely depends upon tho condition of thc Suit. It bad been demonstrated that when tl.o harrow Is used over the growing wheat early in the spring the result is beneficial, and it is when the wheat is harrowed that the grass seed should be sown if grass is lo follow a gram crop. It 13 important that the seeds be cover ed, and if thc field be harrowed there Mil'ieiently tested t bo legaide as stand bys." Such a garden will be satisfactory in proportion to the judg ment displayed m ttie selection. I hare olten thought how much tuoro satisfac tion the owner of such a garden would derive from it, wete he to tt.ke oum particular flower and see what he could do in the way ol" improving it. Of course as sach experiments in cultuie are no; olten showy, he should provide enougli well-known plants to keep the gauleu gay and to proyide an abundance for those who wish lor cut flowc.-.-; but let will be less loss of seed, ami greater' ,lie m,'.u !j(:ct 01 his g"'denin be to chances for a good stand. As an ap plication of nitrate ot soda on wheat iu the spring pushes it forward very rapid ly it soon reaches sufficient height to shield the young clover from tho e.x trcmu heat of thc sun, while the clover will at the same time make sufficient growth better to endure tho warm weather. The harrow may also be use fully employed to mix the fertiliser with the noil at thc samt time. ascertain what bo cau do in nuptoriug the plant he has selected for the pur pose. V.'HAT l'LLXT SUAI.I. WE fftl.tCX? That will depend np.m oue's titste ; he will be much n?oro likely to work faithfully and patiently with a plaut that he already likes, than with one that is a stranger to him. Hesidcs, a plant that has already shown a disposition to form vatietics wilt be more hkelv to The ground upon which the seed is to eivo results than one that has not yet bo sown deserves more attention than the grain crop, the grass seed or the mode ot cullh ation, for it the grass crop bo intended as a permanent pas turago it must not bo oier-Iuokcd that weeds will spring up to compete with thc grass.and for that reison the ground must be very cluarn. It is best, there fore, that tha wheat crop to be grown should bo on land that was prcriously iu corn, as the extra cultivation re quired for corn bettor prepares the land not only for wheat but for tho grass which is to fuliuw. II, after the corn crop is off, the land be put iu rye, whuh tu-iy bo plowed under in the spring aud millet or buckwheat miwu and plowed umb-r when green, and wheat sown in the fall following, the ground should be in a very clean con dition and hlted for any crop. "broken,"' as thc gardeners say, which means that lifts shown uo te::ue:n-y to depart from its regtil.ir type or form. American Agriculturist tor March. Women are every wheie using and re commending Parker's Tonic beeauso they have learned from experience that it speedily overcomes dt-spiinduiiev, in digestion, pain or weakness in thc buck or kidneys, and other troubles pocuhar to the sex. Greatly Excited. Not a few of tbo citizens o1 Oregon have recently become greatly excited over the astounding facts, thai several of their friends who had been pronoun ced by their physicians as incurable and beyond all hope suffering with that dreaded monster Conf.umpti.iii have been completely cured by Dr King's New Discovery for Conimn; tion, the only remedy that does poti lively enre all throat and lung diseaee-s, Coughs. Colds, Asthma and llronehitis. Trial bottles freeatlliiide&rhllbi-iek's. Druggitts. Tho Penalty of Boyeottintr. New Yokk. Feb 25. Judge Brown, of the Unitnl states Circuit Court, to day decided that the Old Dominion steamship company has legal cause for action against James E. Quinn, .lames McKcnnaand other leaders of the Oeenn Longshoremen's asaoeiaiion for their ac tion in duectlng the recent strike anil boycott upon the steamship company. The judge theieforc declined todis elmrgo Q'linn anJ his co-defeudants from tho custody, under which they are held, at the suit ol thc Old Dominion company, claiming $2'J0,000 damages from each. Boi's. pimples, hives, ringworm, tet ter, and all other mauilesta'ious ot im pure blood are cured by Hood's Sarsa-panlia. MM. EAT NO LOKGEB A DREAD! 9 .r.,. . aaB0aa njM9 No Iiomlift.stie Advertisement but ti Plain Business Aa-uuuiieenieiit. ft rihN Era'-a a atlaalatm (tie torpid Itvar. Ir(rth ea tboH;catleori;nai.rcilalafl feoncln, and aro nnequale a aat ANTI-BILIOUS KEDICJriL lat malarial dial rlrta (hair rlrlnm ar widely rcrorrjlxetf,atiiT juaa -allar proprt! lu freelor tfaeaatna from (bat polaou. IltrasIlT niiU eoal4- Voaeamall. i'rlza, sacta- Sold Everywhere. Office, 44 Murray St Now York, After vean c patient study d experlment- iiiR to product; a s.ii!felory anil relianle cheap Asiiini; Maciime mthln reach of ;.lt. I claim to aae i-uceeeiled l p''rfectieii, and desfro re spri tfully lo ca:1 thc at!, nilou of the I.adn s to ln itO'.iiT .fc.-oii; ..i.iviu.11-, ntiru oa.e itliln tne wl to je.-.rs tntroducid lu the jiUcei'I nn lln Washer, and It has, hyiwsu i erlor oriiaaus!.ii aid ierfcctoi.'ratloi, Hon for list If i:oi-len opihions aud the reputation of ni'fu;: the lest Viasiir loade, aud has estali Iilied beoad qui Mion the claims made for it on us inlrsliietion to th iiiljlle tn year vo. The siitinoriI -f the Ito, Uer Vn-Iier lias I hi.-:i fully estai'lishis! oyti.e success it has had I in its Yiork, aii'l a:n r.on more fully t-ruaded i thai, ever I.t 11 is the trui- t'lei r. hatii;i; t-a-1 f'iur iii2' r-t pitei.f. diid ei:l"i: fj.it the last lj I fr a!,vd of Hit- others ; lnnetia l tio-m ! I'hll ll' lhhU, ChUiiRs M. f.nS. M. .low-i.h, Kau ' s;.s i n y, and ijiute A uuil'e.rof other proinliu lit 1 pl.kces l Ii. ..II f fl.Kilr f li... mJ.ii tuii f.iimlrMl lllfen-nt tuteids. and 101 old a-h-r. were tn- , yjrUuii lii the l-sit, aiid far al.-:.d t ad oll,rri o tii.st tne l:-s-ser .Mru-hioe is i tar ahead ! I I'm Mwn:iir, I can cl.ierfii'.ly recoifiraer.d U to the Jli!l . This in irliuia ee.uihli.es durhility r.ial streiejth W.-1.II' it-. e.i.y tmi r.ii.' mat-s v-rtOilr.i; eonicsr attrely a pl'-asure 'ihe n a hlns i.rea.1 n:olo attrt- luoit I'rfCt niO-iris. they ;trtT ll.'i. tor i-rf ice, re.t show, Atrii.tU'tli vntr iiaxii . siim. H'.t tiotoal l. tie :-u'Biiie(hecAiijsf 1 ti, orM, h.'t tn wa.ii. S it f..r sutpas- ts ary 1 .tther erer gotten ui, its tlur it-ility liehlio ss tl I ruiioii.; r.l.'! sj:t. of c:.t!.es u. ,es it a nriz. XO COLD FEET! Semi one dollar In i-Hrren-y. v.itli slje wf .hoo M-u:.!ly worn, a'nl tr a pairof ourM.4:iu t'eln solcs for rhi-uiiiatlsui, ct.id feet and l..d cIm il lation. Tht- arettieiuot iiovvertutinaite In ti o world. Tlie'wrarer feels tlie nan nh. Ufa an J c .i..i,Kaiioii in lour iiiiiitu.-s iiui-r (Milling them on. f.ent by return mall upon rtci;it of ;rlee. Send your address for the "N w l)-iar-turelri MeuhMl Trr.ilnieat Witliout Medielav," Mili llioiisaads ot lesllinonials. V, rhu us l.ill l.irtliul.,rsof dini.-ullics. ll:ir M.vs'ietic KMu;y Itelts for gentlemen 'A 111 positively cure the follonlite diseost s vNlthout i.iedalne: l'al:i iu the hack, l ead or Ii:al, nerions iteMilty, hmd'ago, Ken.-ral iti'hllit, rl.ennialisin, par.ilysl-, li.sir.'.Vl.i. wi..t!ea. dis eases if the Kidiiey.s, t-irjiid liver, serjnial en li-sl.-ns, i'ii;i.jti ney, Leart itisr:,., ir;ejit, !;:.!. I'l-stieii. iRiula or ruiuure, piles, utc. t'on-.-iiilaliou lire. 1'rk-e ol IMt uiih .Ma'i-etli: Insoles, 1111,1 receiptor pr'ee. Se:idi.nasiirei.f nai-t a.id iU-j ot stiee worn. Sond for clcul.l. tlniei direct. Not:. -H.e nl.wv desertlxsl l!e!t vsltli In'(.s Is vearrauted to isKilleIv cnie chronic ii.sef seminal citns;i'as aia! litipoteucv or inoiiey ro fuuile J even after o!,e year's trial. The Magnetic Appliance Co., i:J4 DettrlM.rn St., Chicago. TO THE LADIES ! If you are anilcted with rheiuiiatlsni, neiira: 11, ii'TT.uis oxhau-llou, dyspepsia, or witli d!--eases ot the ll-.cr, fci:Ine), heiel.i'ho or coi-t teei. .v.-Il.ij or v.eak ankles, or swollen lis1!, an Alxiouii-.uil licit and a p.ilr of Jlaj!iet!c l t lUlteries have no suix-rior l-i the relief and eu'ii ot all th.o c.uupl.ii.iti. They carry a po'aerfi.l iu iitnetie force lo I lie seal sf thedlse,--e. Kor I.iiim hack, eaknevsof til) sple.e, fallli.t; of the wouih. IcueoirIiO''a, chronic ihUamatloii ai.d ulceraiion of the woniD, liicldeiitul lieuior rhaeor 11. iodine, painful, suppresseit and tr-r-itu!arnieustruation. harrenness, and chaiurn of lif-, tins is tho llcst Appliance and CuraUva Aitei.t Kmran. l'rlceof Siuiiorter witli Mas'ielle Foot Hut tfrU'S.flO. Seiittiy eipress O.O-l). .alideinin iiuiiou allowed, or by i.iall on, receipt of price, aud it not found satisfactory eieii after alx uontlis trial tiaey can be returnetl aud tuonc-y refunded. Iu ordenu, send measure of walbt and size of she. 1 liey are worn over the underclothing. They hold their power forei'T. fs-nd stamp for the 'New Pep.trture t;i Misti cal Treatment Without Jlcdlcine," Kith thouM i.n.l, of testiiiunlals. Sv-nd Mr circulars. Write us full particulars as regards yum difficulties order direct. The Magnetic Appliance Co., 134 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. Win rein, .loliii V. Katti rs and M. E. halter", Ms wife, did by their certain deed ot trut. dated July II. Ins.1, and recorded in tiie Ke cerder'.i olliee in aud for Holt L'ouHty, State of Missouri, in 11 k t at 1'age .'.!. conveTed to til" iinderstiji e:I trustee, the following Ie rrilosl real estate, situate, lying and LcIiir In the ( ouuty of Ilult aud Stii ol JllJiuuil, to wn : The north half (4) of the southeast quarter ot S'x'tion thirty (Sij, towhlp sixty-tureo (63), r.uiico lli!ii-seveii (37). Which said coiney.inco km made lo secure tiie pasment of a ct rt.tlu profii.!ry tint tl.i rein drscrlhed ; .-.nd, whereas, the said uoteUaabc cniu" due tin! remains uiipaid. No--, therefore. In a'corilai'.ce with the pio vlsi.ms of deed in tru-d, end at the request of the IeKal aoI,i.T of said note, I will ou Mtl.NOAT. AI KIL 4 lfbT, between the hours of ten o'clock In the-forcnnin and four o'clock in lue afternoon of th?t day, pioceed to sell the ah.'Vo .IcMiileit real est.sM .it the north front door of the court house, I i the city f OreKi.n.eo'iutvor ItoP. Su-.tu of Mis souri, at pul.li; auction, to tpe highest Pidd-r. for cash, for i h purpose ol :lfjii!Ksala not", teKelherTtilh tr.e costs nd exp-ns, s of execu ting this tru-t. JAC'iIi MAhMOX. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. Jes-e Shi'rer and El'zalx'th M. Shinier Lis !fn l-y d.d f trut dated Marc s ci::d. ls.". am! rerorded i:-. tlie c Pice of tho ler.lT of Diedsof IS'i't ("unity. Missouri. In lo-k .Vs a! paKe 3!-.ind f-!loiviii!i pafres. cou ejed to the uudrmsi'csf. In trust, to scciro the !iMi:ent o! Hi" Ih.,hS. hiiu roiipo.s in sael deed of trust particularly dcscnl.e.1, the resl estite in Holt I'ountv. Missouri. drscrlhed n follows lo-wlt: Tli iiiiitli-Aestii.rt-ri.f tha sont'iweit ipi.irtcr of section tiiiio-onet.lt,) lu limnshtn sutv-ene filj of r-mse thlrty-elRt.t UA All of iraetfotial vetion two 12 ale" tl:8 ct iialf of fraelioi.at section three 3j anil t!iO east half of Hie I'orlhe.vt pisrti r of tiie north east .purler of n'Ctien t leven !l,the List threo tnicts lu'lnp In township sixty pa of r.ir.eo tliirtj-nine ti ) Also tl.e sontii h.,lf tha souihea.;t oiiarter of st-ciien thirty-six tnoi and tho south liiif of ttie s.iuihvt quarter of sec tion ll.lrt-a:x it;,)ttiela-.t iwotiad Ixluclil towiuhip alxtv-one S!l of TMg- thirty nlno .. And, n!ier.'a ciunons Mi'alierisl oue.dua Septvuilierseiviei, i?, and cminoim nur.d-ereil t,.o, lue Marcii second, IS:. ?nd eonp-.a.siium-horcl three, diie N pieniuer second, !i. dea erll e l in and s-.ure.l bysaid iteril of li i.d, have not been paid. And. i-h.ereai, the owner of said bonds and coupons has reuuesi.-d toe toeeeute IP." power cstrd In tne hv ai t de, .1 of tiu-t to eell said real estete, and, out d tl.e ; roi.re(w of said sal, pav :Le lfidebt-du serurd th. rehy. Therefore, in e.-i.totiiiic v.iib suid reip.iest, and in pursuance .r the t.-r v.-!ed in me by said i!e-sl of trn-t, 1 wi!' s.I -,M real estate at p'll.lle renduo to the. btshe.: i iddi r for rash, on the s..re;,tv:i:!: day of M..tch, A. I.. Iw7. at tie- fo'it iior i.f the ('"iirt lionse, Ii: Holt coun ty. MtsWirl '.VIM.'AM II l'..t::TI.!rn. Trustee. w-elh liai i'lf", Jo.U tl.re Is :.i I a fatnil) on tlie I d.i:ar pr-ess ot law. ORDER OF F'JSLICATIQK. STATK Or" MISSOl'KI. . (Viii.ty of Hot. f" " Iu tt.eOL-ev.it foert. April Term, 1H7. r.-l(( C Kveil.ejt. i'laiiiUi.'. r.'.,l:si Ili(.r:. M-itlli!K-..-rt.-;rr Ifffei'dat'l ) At this d..y aid. W, o.n.rs the pl-dutitr her'.'r:. v bis ntloiney, K. I. Itea, lefote the e.i..b r;l-ai :t Cleie '"f tl.9 Holt Cir cuit Com: a.ul lle Ids : ;it:--:i end nftii'aTit, rile.!: ::, ano-i.E .tb-r ih::"i'. tl. I i.eP ndant is not a rIef.t of ti-o .clat of Xlvn.ri and eiiioist be hUMni'U.eii ,u t.s ai.oa o i.ie r- loije'th.it should le-will. ne. Vbereiiieii. It Is ordered hy the l I Cl.-rS, I am perso:..i:i Interested ir. th-ti'.'iuf.n-ture ; tSat said def-iet-.i.t notined b puii.Iotion ... . .1 r tl .. ... ...Mx.. n.l V in.,. It It t.f VII IT . ,K .1 1 .fit!" f.: iN,..il.tir.. a s'llt .1-alllst l.CC Me,r I-KiirfcCT WA-HINO MicuiNK lETIN-.pi this nil foutt. t.e ohbrt ard Mineral bj. ruoiiirFIi I tereof wli'ieti is that p!.-.lu:irrse.kstobe.iierc- Tle Al.iclilii'! I- llht and yraeefci, made of M from theb-odsof matiliaorivi oi.trart'il with th"best n.aterut and hubly fiiiljhtd.aiidnolti- d'femlai't on the day .f August I li: t! ll'C can come up wuu lue nor it rerioini-'. it eoiiniy i loo-ii'ttirto iiiei . 'simply wakes ws.sliln a ite'.hilitfiil p..slii:io. I the ground utaielei.mer.t. and I an.! lu,!' vroii-.er ho could not d tl. ir fiwn that unless (he said Matilda Cvrriiart be a: d w.t-hliu witu ei;:n r wasliiox !i :chlnei,rvah-iajiprar at th.a f'ourt, at the next teiiu ihiam. aii i nn i:im- ii utitr miu iwm i iTtfri-r. in i-i(ii s-" - 13 "WEEKS The POLICK tlAZCTTi: will be mailed, se curely wrapped, to any address lu the United States tor three months on rcc-lpt ot ONE DOLLAR. Liberal discount allow ned to postmasters agents and cialis. Sample copies mailed free Address all orders to KICIIAltnK FOX, FltASKMNStlUAItK. X. ' i..-rr.t ieive. It is lii'.-..!ua'de In eveiv iihiiw ' hold. I ris-tMiimeiHl the jtnt hlae to aire entire t. on tha itb il of Aj-ni uej atifrtCttoii. If Mu :mt ssl w.isliertry the ! i,r 1 fore tlie sixth d tyof -.i.l tr li thereef, to ! pezmi an I nonien p. - r.cirt lion--In tlienty-fOreeon.liis-.id "e t'. on tha i'tb it of Al-rii uejl, lf'7.,1 Kim's."! for two "weeks mnt If not sati-factory i ur laoncv will I" n luuiieit. Pri;"of Maclnee J-.io S.-nd iiuiiry b 4iitBlce order or registered letter. t-7 A';"!:H untiled. Write me and learn n.y teriaa. Itesps-ctliilly, DAMKL Kt.NKKI, Sr. OIIK.'IO.V, Mo COI1R- and on nn. If the ttrM E-J-'Pr ! A lieglectal chH or cosh way leal tu'l'ucui.ioni t,taii"ii:uptioii or other fatal it--ea-.e. fitrotie'arectorairillawlllcuroa .tM a by nunri-. Best thine tor dyspcpalaja tilsesticii.iitklicsilaiclte as tii'-jsauds testily . . ... I'm...... :.r.il ir nut.inerl on on e. f ire tiie l.-ie t d.iv c.f s-. 1 1. ri-i-answer or pl-zjl to the le-tUloa in said C3-Ie. the s.-lil will l) taken as coef.- ;sedu.d judmciit will be render ed aecordiiciv .... , And it isfurtheror.lertil.tliat.icoprlieri jf be leiblislied. a" ordli:i; t" lair, in the Hiilt Cni'VTV Se.tik. lor foiirsiirei-wive weeks the last In-nlon Hi tie at least four Keeks Iwj fari' ths Silli dai -t April, lis?. 1. S. AI.KtltK. Circuit Cleric. A t'lie copy frori then cord. Witness niv liau.l. and tl.e se il of the Tircult fsnM.l Court of Hoi: cutudy. this 3rd cay ot March. la7. fi s u KI.,. rir(.H,t aK K. I. KEA, Attenicy for l'lalutiC.