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To Memphis ami Keturu.
Wo will not conxiiuip tho reador'i timo with a lone description ot the bridge opening and deep water convention at Memphis, from tho fart that these have been elabonitely written up ami reported through leading pairs. Suffice it to pay that the opening of the great bridge, nearly thrwuiilcfl lone over tho Father or Waters, was a proud day for Memphis, and a public improvement in which ov ory ono should feel a national prise. As for deep water it now appeara thnt Prov idence has given tho people of the Mia sissippi Valley more water than they need or want. Xevcca broken, millions of acres of fertile lands inundated, thou sands driven from their homes in a den- j tituto condition, a vast amount of prop erty destroyed, many lives lost, business paralyTetl and tho government culed upon to assist the suffering people who are powerless to protect themselves from tho angry sweep of tho wild Mississippi. Nor is this tho first or the last time such a condition of things may le expected, lu view ot theso facts, together with cheaper transportation for tho vast pro duets of tho Mississippi Valley, woild it n.t be wibdom and economy in the long ! run, and a national blessing to have tho waters of this great river controlled by n larger more thorough and stronger system of levees, that will insure pro tection from devaeting Hoods and secure deep water, so that ocean steamers may load our products at Memphis nnd steam proudly away for the ports of Eu rope. Such a desirable improvement don't seem impossible virion wo consider that the Concord, an ocean going war ship drawing sixteen feet of water, wis present at Memphis to participate in the celebration of the bridge opening. Our trip was over tho Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Memphis rail road, which runs southeast from Kansas City, by way of Fort Scott, Springfield. Cedar Gap, Wil low Springs. Olden, Wast Plains. Mam moth Springs to Thayer, where it leaves Missouri and runs through tho swamps of Arkansas to Memphis. For this road, which opened a wilderness to civilization nnd added many millions of dollars to tho value of Missouri's real estato and commerce, wo are indebted to Gen. G. M. Middleton, a man whose energy skill sterling worth havo won the love and es toem of nil who knew him. It was a proud moment for Gen. Middleton when, in the preenco of forty thousand people, he received from the contractor tho title of the great three rai'lion dollar bridge. Xiong may he livo to enjoy the fruit ot his labor. While in Memphis we were tho guests ot Mr. Louis E-b, a wealthy commission merchant, who, with his interesting family, entertained us in a royal manner nnd spared no pain6 to make our sojourn pleasant took us in his carrinxo through all tho principal streets of Memphis, many of thrm tine and lined on cither side with lKatitifnl homes built in the latest modorn stylo and shndod with beautiful trees. Among which were many of the magnolia just in bloom, mingling their sweet fragrance with that of hundreds of thousands of roses, not to lie wasted on the desert air. but to be enjoyed by the tens of thousands of visitors who thron-ed tho gayly deco rated streets of tho rej iicinc city. On our return we 6topped at Olden, whero we were kindly entertained by Messrs. Evans and Gano, members of the Olden Fruit Company. This company began planting their orchard (largely of fine peach) eight years ago. The wero pio neers iu the busiuerB in that section nnd their enterprise vr.is looked upon by ninny outsiders ns great venture, but they continued planting each year till they now havo nine hundred ncres planted in orchard, mostly peach. It is by far tho largest orchard in the United States and has proved to lie a great suc cess. Tiie original cost of the Innd xas 82.r0 per acre, nnd last year they sold ?20,000 worth of peaches. Some of their peach orchards net oyer 3100 per ncro.' "This yenr their yiold of peaches can't fall short of 50,000 buehols, while their thousands of apple, pear, plum, cherry and quince trees will yield nn abundant crop. TheR'ccesBof tho Olden com pany has iuduced many others to locate near them nnd engage in fruit growing. There are now over 200,000 each trees planted in orchard within a radius of two milos from Olden. There are many tine orchards at other points along tho line f road. At Thayer, Rurnhn-.n, Wil low Springs and Cedar Gap where Mr, Erb, Memphis, has n summer home, on which ho has an orchard of 2-"00i) npplo troef. Mr. Erb has handled tho finest of fruit from many states, but thinks tho fruit of the Ozarks unexcelled nnd Is proving his faith by his works. This great fruit section is on tho plat eau of the Oxark range. Altitudo 1,300 to 1,500 feot, lay of land raoro level than our rolling prairies of Holt caunty, tho air nnd wn.er pure, tho country unex celled for health, unimproved land sell ing nt 62 to 810 per acre, and enough of it to make homes for 100,000 jieople in tho very cream t.t the fruit belt. We al so spent a day at Springfield, n beauti ful city of recent rapid growth. Altitudo 1..YK) feet, land rolling, water runs in overy direction from the city, it being 11k highest print ot tho Ozirk range. It is J. ite a railroad and educational cen ler.and people aro gatheriug into it from every point of the compass. 'till it now has a population of nearly 50,000. While there wo called to visit our daughter at Drury college, where we were kindly received and introduced to the faculty, with whom wo wore well pleased and favorably impressed. Presi dent Ingalls is a brother of ex-Senator Ingalls. Tho college grounds cover thirty-fivo acres, which is nicely laid out nnd planted with nice shade and ev ergreen trees. Tho buildings aro nmplo, about 500 students are in attendance. In conversation with a gentleman in Springfield, formerly from New Jersey, hs spoke in the highest terms of Drury college, said he had como there to edu cate his three children, and since they had graduated he felt sure he had made no mistake. Long may Drury live and prosper in her grand and noble work. May the time soon come when Missouri shall have many more like institutions. Why not have one at Oregon? In this great Missouri Valley, a mighty center of population, wealth and commerce, backed up with at least 8100,000. one that will give a greater stimulus to edu cation in this country and shed its be nign influence far and near. An institu tion that will livo in the memory of a grateful people for generations to come. N. F. Murray. The Democratic congress still omits to wipa out that burning iniquity, the pugar bounty. What is tho matter? The Soldier at ICest for the .Sen tinel. Uy ICvtik Nonius. Oregon, Mo. Thorn's a feeling of sorrow lying deep in our hreai-t i Aa we stand by the grnvo of a soldier 1 gone to Ins rent. Them iiitiiitirri 11:11m u-. vimv o'er and oer 1 And again bid adien to the loved ones an they went to the war. Their forms wore bo manlv, 'tlieir faces mi fcir, t And hearts filled with patriot love so rare. Alike in their duties to country and ( hag. t Awav from their duty they never would lag. Hut tho shot and shell so bravely did face. That not from the dear old Hag one star be erased. They laid down their lives that tho story emblem of the free, Should spread her folds from sea to ' sen. I No traitorVi hands its folds should mar Or blight one single radiant star; Saved by those bravo and eager hands Tin ay it UoatH in freedom o'er our land. i.... ..1.1 1... 11... ....1.1.. ll.-o !...., ........ 1 How they sweetly sleep within their graves. Many a brave boy that wore tho bhio Perished 111 prison is sadly true. Ily a mericiless traitor's rebel band. Traitors to their mother land. They punished nnd tortured in many n way My pen it's horror fails to portray. Their only bed tho cold damp sod 'Mid suffering and death. Oh, My God! Aa there they sadly sink to sleep or rest, Whilst tho yormin o'er ther bodies crept. Tho mosquitoes o'er them in myriads tlew And loathsome lliea to tho willows grew; Which by tho tilth and stench were led. Tlior mado their very lives a dread. By disease one by one they foil. Their suffering no mortal tonguo could tell. Scury ranked their limbs with pain, Aa on tho bare ground their wasted forms wero lain. In filthy and tattered garments clad Filled their aching hearts with gloom so sad. In dreams again nt home they'd bo And dear old iuoti.cr'8 face once more would see. A dainty morsel she would 1 ring, Fit for any prince or king. Hut once awake how sad to seo Alu! thoso tilings no mora could bo 'Mid starving and thirst, Oh, whnt n tliamc, Until many and many grew insane. Aimlessly wandering whero they knew not And by the cowardly rebel sentry shot. Aa o''r the dead-lino their weiry feet strayod. Vet not one worj of warning to thorn was said. In Andersonville's stockade's mark Wero perpetrated crimes so grim ami dark. Kind providence in mercy sent Tho rocks in tho hills were rent, A spring of crystal water Howed; Greatest of blessings to them it proved. Praises to master and maker wero given. Their praises and thanksgiving ascended to heaven. Tlieir voices reached from valo to hill As with joy aud gladness their canteens tilled. Oh! could time in hor misty cloud In the mist of years our memory shroud; To hide from our view thoso long past years And return no moro those scenes of sighs and tears. Spring is hero robed in flowers gay. To ine saddest of all is the month of May. On memory's wings I glide to n little grass mound, r On Arkansas' shores tho hollowed sjiot is found. Closely listen, catch every word I now impart, Tho 0110 I speak of now is my darling brother. Hart, He was so young and tender, his years so fow Hut with patriotism ho had to manhood grew. Though young and tender ho oboved the call. His loyal heart was bravo enough to face the cannon ball. Dut now he deeps 'neath tho grass of spring And the evening breezes his requiuin sing. May sorao kind and gentle hand I pray. Place llowers on his grave this Memorial Day. Go deck the heroo's graves whero 'ore they may be seen That nature's hand has robed in verdure green. On Look-out mountain's heights 'neath Chattanooga's sod, Keep their manly forms their spirits goee to God. Oa many battle fields and many a dreary pi aiu The little mounds will show to you whore tho heroes long have lain. The Harrison Administration. In the vast machinery of the govern ment in operation at a thousand points, many of them thousands of miles be yond the oyo of tho executive, it nover has been nnd nevor can ho the case that men wiio cperato it will in every instance prove themselves fit and faith ful. But one who has witnessed tho successes and mistakes of administra tion in this particular during nine of these quadrennial periods, challenges, withoti fear for the present administra tion, a comparison with any or .ill of the others. It has fallen to the lot of Presi dent Harrison during t'lG years already elapsed to appoint more judges in the higher courts than any otlier president has done in n like period since the or ganization ot our judiciary system.Thcre can bo nodoubt that the general public judgment, with singular unanimity, is that the tho judiciary is today stronger in its own character and ability nnd in the public confidence by reason of these appointments. It is an open nnd frank administration. There is no dece.it in its uirko-up or its practices. If there hnve been disappointments, they havo grown out of differences of opinion and not from concealment. It has avowed its opinions aud policies in open day, and with a clearness of statement that ndmits of no doubt. Senator Dawes, in North American Ileviow for June. Senatoi: John Sherman will speak in St. Louis, and perhaps in Kansas . City nnd St. Joseph, during the cam- J paign. 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Maxim, tho great inventor and fore most authorityon the subject, gives the result of some recent experiments under the title, "The Aeroplano." j St. George Mivart, who for forty years , has been known to tho public as an I nrden student and thoughtful writer upon nil subjects connected with evolu tion, begins a series of papers in tho Juno Cosmopolitan, in which ho will sot forth tho conclusions he has reached in regard to the great theory of natural selection nnd its philosophical bearings upon the religious thought of the day The Mngazino open3 with a charming Philadelphia story by Janvier, iith artistic illustrations from Wilson de Mezn. Miss Hevitt, daughter of ex Mayor Hewitt, gives seme very sound advice regarding Fashions and Counte -feits in Ilric-n-Hrac Miss Howitt is Ja connoisseur anil an authority on 6iich subjects, nnd gives tho result of some unusual opportunities she has enjoyed for personally inspecting the manufac ture of forged articles of vertu. The fiction includes a mystical nnd peculiar story by Howard Pyle, the well-known illustrator, nccompanied by two fine pictures of his, and ''Maw," a rather striking character of slave life. Other important articles in this number are, "The Working of tho Labor Depart ment," by the Commissioner of Labor, Carroll D. Wright, and Fur Seals in Alaska. Another sonnet of James Rus sell Lowell's is published in this num ber, and a poem by Inifo Deane with n full page illustration from the pen of Will Low. Many people will read with interest also the poem, "Mystery," by Amelia Kives. Among artists employ ed to illustrate this number aro Kenyon Cox, II. Siddons Mowbray. Will H. Low Wilson do Mezn, Walter Crane, Howard Pyle and E. W. Kemble. Murat Hal- stead, Urnnder Matthews and Edward Everett Hale aro among the other con tributors. St. ,Toscili S:tlil;ith Schools. In the St. Joseph Daily Xews will bo found Bomo items of interest to nil Snbbath school workers as it gives the number of children in the city, between tho ages of six nnd twenty, it being, white nnd colored, '21, 411. The I'rostestnut Sabbath schools hnvo enrolled 5,832 nud in the Catholic schools 81". Tho total number iu the tchools being 0,727, nnd henco there nro 14,(S4 that do not attend any Sabbath school. More than two thirds ot nil tho children in tho city do not attend. This presents n subject of vast import ance to all Christian workers. In St. Joseph a house-to liouso visita tion will bo carried out on Juno 1C. All the pastors nnd churclios. Without re gard to denominations will take nn nc tivo part in this house-to house visita tion nnd must result in good, as activity in Christian labor always increases the mornl forces nnd will no doubt result in bringing many children nnd others under the blessed inllueuces of tho gos pel of Christ. Should all the churches of this county, in city nnd country do likewise tho re sults would be wonderful in timo nnd oternity. XX. Dili In- aiimler Her? A powerful written story, entitled "Tho Little Death," which is a myster ious talo of Ex-Governor Adams, of Colorado, a convict and the ex-Warden of thostato priHin. Tho account is cir cumstantial and claims to bo absolutely true. It is us analytical as Do Quiocoy's celebrated confessions, as exciting jis a Oaborian novel nnd as exact ns a legal document. It will bo rend all over tho country. Ten cents secures tho Juno issue of Tho Great Divide, of Deuver, Colo., in which it nppenr?. Jcsr ns sure as hot weather comes there will be more or less bowel com plaint in this vicinity. Every person, and especially families ought to have somo reliable medicine at hand for in stant use in cuso it is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Keuiedy is just whnt you ought to havo and nil that you would need even for the most severe and dangerous cases. It is tho best, tho most reliable and most successful treat ment known and s pleasant to take. For salo by King & Proud. The Democrats are loud in their den unciations of tho McKinley bill ns n conspiracy ngainst the agriculturists fur tho benefit of manufacturers, nnd yet they hnve repealed tho duty on raw wool to tho injury of tho fnrmor nnd left it on manufactured woolen goods for tho benefit of the manufacturer. . Ior,uer- Map of Missouri. 7 colors. Counties, ! ., . ' ' ... Rivera, Ivailrontls, Biul every Post-cilico j etirrect to date. Fast seller. Agents , wauted. 15os and girls Kin sell it after! ' " I ple copy to F. A. Sinincor, 810 Olivo Street, St. IuiHf Mo. St.-nupa taken. Ir tho ICuna7dolJation sliould have amthinK to sav nt Minneapolis, thev . havo a loader who can say it concisely 1 and eWautlr. nnd who will bo likened to with marked respect. Wn.t. R. Hoffmann, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. 1Si:ayto.v RDavis, Attorney at Law. I HOFFMANN & DAVIS, LAWYEKS, ST. JOSEPH, : ; : MO. Rooms 9 nnd 10 Tootlo Block, Corner Cth nud Francis Streets. Telephone, -174. A Ciroat Sir;ri.se Is In .tore forall who n-.- Kemp's Ilal.am frr the Throat and Lntisi. the treat guarantee.! , remedv. Would you l.elieve Hut it l.s sold on its merits and that an druzirist is .-tiiihnrlz.-d ) I'V the ppiptietoi of this n'ooitetfiil ri-njuH to , clve you a sample little free? It never tails . to cure vcute or .hnmii; coughs. All dni?Kists sell Krmp's Balsam. larKe Bottles) .V) cents and i- Hon. V. V. Lucas. Ex-State Auditor . T . i .i i of Iowa, eays;uI have used Chamlior- lam s uouR-n iiemeay in my luruuy ana have no hesitation in saying it is an ex- cellont remedy. I believe nil that is clafined for it. Persons afflicted by a cougnorcoiu win nnu is a incou. inero is no danger from whooping couh when this remedy is freely given. For sale bv King & Proud. '- Moore & Seeman are hcad'iuartore j for Oregon canneJ gooils.Killmore, Kun- kel and St. Joo Hours. JflT0 a "Fake" Or a ' o 4. -.t tj.. OLUACAA XUBct" The Daily N.ewsj Special Train TO THE CONVENTION AT MINNEAPOLIS. Is the Only and Original Special, nnd is ' not a "bob-tail" after- thought, but is a Thoroughbred Vestibule Train of EIo gant Pullman Palace Cars, and will bv run over the Great ISurlinglon (load from St. Joseph to Minneapolis. The delegntes nnd alternates (with the exception ot Major Chew); Hon. William Warner, Republican candidate forgover nor; Hon. James II. Harkless, president of the Republican State League; Major William M. Shepherd; C. V. Eriist; George Crowther, secretary congression al committee: Joseph Hansen, chairman city central committee; Frank M. Atkin son,secretary St, Joseph city central com m t- je;IIon. Sol Miller, editorTroy Chief, Hon. Cy Leland,Troy, Kan.; John Albus The Daily News Special will bo one of tho very finest equipped traitis run into tho Convention City, tho Original Enter prise of a live and hustling newspaper and its guests auu passengers will em brace the wide awtiko and progressive element which is pushing the jjreat Stnte ot Missouri into tho front rank where it rightfully belong-?. If you go on The Daily News Special your associates and surroundings will be such thai, when you reach Minneapolis you wou't hive to havo tho gray moss scraped oft your back before you can shake hands with its real live, nineteenth century men and feel that you are in thoir class. In fact, you will Iks "in it" from stato to finish. The Fare is $13.35 and Sleeper Fare 8. GO Which includes sleeping nccommo-.,a-tions while in Minneapolis. The Pull man Cars will sidotracked right in the heart of the city, close to the West Hotel, the headquarters of the National Re publican Committee, and may bo used as hotels, an advantage not to bo had if you trnvel by nny otlier train. For full particulars, write to Gilbert Harris, Gen. Passenger Agent, Burling ton Route, St. Joseph Mo. Tickets on sale, Jut o 2d to Cth, good for returning till June 25th. The Wurltl'.s Culuiiihiau K.'iitii tinii. Send 30 cents to Bond & Co., 57ti Rookery, Chicago, nnd you will receive, Mist paid, a four hundred page advance Guide to tho Imposition, with elegant Kng ravings of the Grounds nnd build ings, Portraits of its lending spirits, and a Map of the City of Chicago; all of the Rules governing tho Exposition aud Ex hibitors, nnd all information which can be given out in advance of its opening. Also, otlier Engravings and printed in formation will be sent yon ns published. It will be a very valuable Rook snd every person should secure a copy. A Democrat nsks the detiuition of tho term "gerrymander." It 13 to divide n stato into districts for tho choice ot representatives in nn unnatural and un fair manner with tho view of giving a political party nn advantage over its op ponents. The term derives its name from Elbridge Gerry, an old timo gover nor of Massachusetts, when tho system was first put into practice. A stauiu-h Republican detincs the term ns "cut ting oir the corners when Republicans win nnd adding little slices of Demo cracy and sin," A VALUABLE PRESENT! A Yfar's Snl)Sfriitmii to a Pop ttlar AriciiItiiKil 1'itper Giv en Free to our Headers . By n special arrangement with tl e publishers wo are prepaid! to lurmsli b'REE to each of our rentiers n year's subscription to the iiopular monthly ag ricultural journal, tho AMKi:ie.N F.km ki:, published at Springfield uud Clove land, Ohio. This otTer ie made to nny or our sub scribers who will pay up nil arrearages 011 subscription and line year in ad vance, nnd to any new subscriliers who will pny one year in advance. The j American Farmer enjoys a large nation- al circulation, nud ranks among the j loading agricultural papers. Iiy this I nrr:inLemont it (VykIr Yun Nnthinrr to receive the American Farmer for ono year. It will bo to your advantage to cull promptly. Sample copies can be seen nt our office. Dissolution Notice. Xolice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing between Charles R.Edwnid3 and Levi N.Schiilte, nnd doing business at Oregon. Mo.. under tho firm name ot Edwards & ' Schultc, hns been this day dissolved bv mutual consent, Mr. Edwards having disposed of his interest to Mr. Frnnk Alle- Messrs. Schulto & Allen will cintinue tho business nt tlin old stand. A1I accounts duo tho old firm become due and payable at once, Chari.ks R. Eiiwaiins. T . e V Sj. ...... e-.. Oregon, Mo.. May 0, 1S02. A Vomn in Xew Vork brought Biit for divorce aUe-inx aa a causo therefor extreme cruelty. Tiie luiBband plead Jtwtification beaiue tho wife had kicked Wm out oftKKl. There nro 8omo othern nereaoouia wnosnouiu uo KicKeti uui 01 bed by thoir wiven. 'urK "ro p.usM. an net to reimburse tho drafted tnrtn of that 'P.. - V W I 1 state who, during tho Into wnr, employ, d substitutes to lilt their laces in the I army. This will help liro. Cleveland out. A Mt-iisililc M:ii Would ue Kemp" llaKim fnr the Thnxit and I.UII2. It in rurins nmrr cairn of I'otn'h. i Cold". Atlumi. I'-ronrhilii, Croup ami all Tlinut anil I.iiiik Tnutli. tli iu anv other mnllc ne. The proprlelor lias aiuliorieil anv -IrnZKint tn Rive ou a -simple l-otlle free to comlnre ;iu f the merit of this creat remedy . '-'re botlles i cents and SI. . rrrmn ,r rs , mmnn . n-nn - np KhA KKrK MA K o7 H NKWNrfi rKK i KANSAS CITY JOURNAL'S RATE. CAMPAIGN , The Wreklv -Journal and KilriiIlorisl tin til .rn. i.e. isaa, s.ic. i,alT a,i Sunday Journal until Dec mot. 3.oo The coming presidential election nmmiunu i r. m iiim intra! iiiiiiv in -i one ever witnessed. It is tho desire of I H U ... . . - ... w - J .... ... .. eveO" ono to know what is transpiring , in tlie politic,".! world. Our offer makes 'it possible for everjbody to Ket a lirst S newspaper, siving all the news. Subscribe now and get the fall benefit of the offer. Samples free. Address, .TOURXATj CO, iTua&as City, Mo. (Established in 13tt.f ! Tfjs Oldest Agricultural Paper in America. OfSce: 1729 Now York Ave.. Washington, D.C. COce Southern Edition: 223 E. Baltimore St., laltimore. JM. Tlv TetTn Am,-pic-,n- lRMrn,u;ih h t tnrxrloT or ninny jran (,r nil tr- xicrUnItunil luprr m the ixmiitry. ha litz ln jniblMu! in lliltlniurr 6r nuly tnr.iuanrn.tr:i o-ntury. and ahiat nuiinufnnl a hlsli riuonir, lia into nrw hati.N. ulu. Ilui- iiHHnI liiuiu tiaf. I. Wn-hUcti.il. I. C Thf iKi-orih s-annrni Kliilmi mil Mill U: retained at ruiliiimr.-. Mil. liKKATLV KNUKOKI AND IMI'KOVED. Thr ! i.r..t.rtctr. fiaw sn-atly iiuinr.-J at! Ini I'TOvnl Urn iuriu.L It lw has z: Uuvv pasv. uftli a IuimUuih ly-rmlx-llUii.l nn rr. 11 i nrinlnl In tlu- lt Ktl. tn hiu- lHMk vrwrttth an aSuiutaiM uf illn. ralkniH ly tL- unkfy. It aims to N- itir lr;,t ami liun.WjituM LiniH-r tM-rliiilH-al In tLrnintry,iil:J THK VlUtY HHsT A51flLTLIl.r. T.I.hT i llif I'nltl statir law tvrii uml to wtltr R-r It. I -tv.i-.iisN In all hrHiutH-H or fitrunmc. b. nn- ac I km Inlciil tu iail at llw wry liut uf iMr n-.pvt-vt- hram-ht- ttt knuwltilgi-, liavi- Urn trncao-! to ivn- iiih larltKi? lt-urtui,-iitH of the iurnal. anI vrT) thine tliat ainwr. tit 1l i-un ! t-inn.it!v v;u..i on t, tv tlu- lt aiul iiii-t kmli.li.i- am"! ilIiU II I'll tlie Mihjnt Tin- SOemi- .f ucilcultlln- h niukin;-irUli-lii i:Inb'iMiiriil.aii-l Tiik Amihicix r KM , if, i.Jn-t il!l Ik- Ii heii Its nu!-r- Illlly atimct if tlie latt-t itt-vli..i!ii-nL.iui.t tiwiki- tlii-m the l-t tn roml alMt runtnemly the most ikiv-nU liirnier. in Hie country. Co man can h..- to i&l th.- nut fn-ru "Serous ami ri-vl., uit.liut thb. Liumleilce. aiHl the iu.ml.nli;r :ilhl litn lie m i!l .-et from TlIK AMKKl. AM r umi:kuM niake It-. oulwrlptUui inv a hum irtlt jMe liivi-tnirnt forhlin. AH thN liil'iTntitli.ii will l ,taiii. vnu-tli-al. ami n'hHl in evi-rj x!av laruuat. rmi tiik FAioiKirs i-ajiily hrrwha IJterary llriurtiueiit. maile nj. of i i-r!. nt .hurt Mori-? ami Innret!n5 titavllaiirou nun. r, anil i IluU'-.-hotil Ifc-itirnnt-ut. n.Hliu-Ust hy the forvniuc.t .oraaii untrroti tlie -.titilei f In llieu hole country. in rm.iTics. Tiik ArntP.s K.mitiini'l tv rntlrrly nratral ta oillk-, but liriort to the liest of IU ahtllty a juilli haa -r,T.iii.ii: thrmuli Iiujinr: iit::e on err- ranultii ...Itict. It will ha-e ik frh-nds In any nafly tait the inimKiif the faniieri, aikl no enenile but thelp.. It n ill tHit hesitate to stUick any man w he. hy yjieerh or .ote. oNve- tlie inlrn-sti of the tarnter..'aiul It will ar-IUIly wat.h every nifivement In Oim;n-i. ami rwry mlins luul ilitl-loii In the Ktectitlve Depart-nii-nu anei-ilia; thiise Intervst-s. lib. the only Cumins (xi-r In Uie muntry iliat makes theiw things a m tlalty. TIIK SOLTIIKUN KOITION t-. devoteil rsiwilally to the p.-ruttar proihurtR and u renti. of the -iith.ani w ill spare no ialn-r or ex;-nae Cn urtmaitlns the well-hetneof Uie planters ami fiinnm of that .section. SE-MI-MOXTIILY. The Jimrnal K tmhllshe-l reioilarly on the M nnd 1Mb fea.li nionlli. ihtt. itivlnjf 24 tssiie. each year ami an iMinnotisaniiioiit of reailtin; matter for (he money. Tlie sahsrrtntlon price t 1 a ymr, payable ta a.1 ance. A pivial tntrmlitctiiMi ofler fc. niate to M-nd it ir Ihe n-nLilmlcr of iw; for Li i-eni. In MitArltlniT. pe Ifr wliether lor Ihe regular .ir he ssmtlwni .slillon. Hln lmmer nr nntal-onler or New York itmlta. AiMrt all coinnmnu-atUiita to TIIK AM Kill CAN FAKMRH. 11B1 New York Avenue, huplr Coplr Free. Washington. U. d FITS CURED VrisTs;S. C. Dee. i i$gi. Sirs; 1 wiOi I could let all who are sanenrr; from any Jferre illsrase know just fc6w good your remedy a. Myon used it one year, ami ij cow the stoutest child I hare. With many thanks, I reauia yours, . II. A. TATE. Tr Ginsms. F.v. Dec 33, i?flt. 1 hare net had one of my bad spells since 1 ccra meoccd taking your medicine, six months aja. THURSY ELMORE. : rinnnrirmn. Pa., Jan. j, 1S5J. I ftrsonntltf know of two cases of Jiff, enc case of SU Vltn Dance and one cf Ycr roua l'rostration cared by this remedy. C A WOOD. Tracurer American Publishing Itcim. : If you are afflicted with Fiti, St. Tltut' I)anr, Insomnia, or any other Nerve trouble, we will tend you One Jtottle Free, alt charges prepaid by us. Cive A;e, Post-Office and State. Address HALL CHEMICAL CO., St Mil, Pa. 'I'lIB WPASS TADCL13 rejralato the stomach. hver and boweUriiurirj ta blood, are .ki-- ttatako. ufii and JwavelTeetaaL ArtUaUa O aat Tern remeily for miKgnmi. Blotchea on too face, 9 Bruttu'j 14slsm catarrh. Colic. Consttpatloa, Cnrooie DUrrhoM. chronic Liver Trouhr. Vul h.M. llbionlcrcd &tomali. Dizalaras. IlTHcaterr. Xrpereta. Ecseuia, tlatiuVnre, Irmala Com- ! JfaiDU.KoulBreath.IIeadacbe.Ileartbunk.Hivrff. Z aaa-hce, Kldnpy Coniplauit lirer Ir-wbles. 9 IVpreMuon. h'aorea. Kettle IUuh,r tion, IlraplM, to the Head. J .lesion, 8alt Mota.vli.TlmI Llvrr. Ulcer. lalrrai UlaCfle ItuOl of BlooJ hallow Com hltetun. Scald ula3!ekllrad- eanea.sour lrchna-.Torphl Water Bmh and erery oth er CUrieae that er ryraptom resnlta from imDUTr blooj nr- n. failnm In thA nmrvrTiTlform- ance of tr f rmrt Jona by tho irtcmach. Ilrrr irj inti-hnf. Ir9on4 pixei. to ovrr-tt injure b. Z cfltl Ly taking mie tubule after rarh mnL A if ctinwdncCthoIipnTotmk UtLerairrt m cure for otictliMts contirntlon. Thry contain 9 tioihinx tht can br tnjurloos to the moot dell- m cax. l gmtm It. 1-t trrr tli, 1-4 tmm nr., e l-tt stoot IS cent, ftrot hr mall rovtar pal4. 9 Addrrwi THE KIPAX3 CHEMICAL CC1IFA.NY, P. O. Box GZ. 5cw York- WPrtrli Praetlra. in tbr wn!t UI tticb y J9 ta bainM. alfbkkyra r-iiTT rthrrht Ii 4-llrt. 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