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wnen other peopla feel warm enough, is a Men of bilious Bess, or of malarial poisons so U a furred or coated tonjrue, loss of appetite, headaches or giddiness, and a dull, drowsy, debilitated feeling. It's your liver that's at fault. You want to stim ulate it and invigorate it with Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. With every trouble of tbo kind, these tiny little things act liko a miracle. vou can break up sudden of Colds. Fevers, ami Inflamm.. How, with them. They'll gtvo you a per wmnent cure for Indigtstion. Constipation Boar Stomach, Sick Headache, and Dizzi ness. They're tbo smallest, the pleasantert totake, and the most thoroughly natural nBssdy. Ton ought to be warned against the mal matment of Catarrh in the Head, with poi sonous, irritating nostrums. They cant Wire it. They simply rrmove it drife it to the throat and lungv. For a thorough tad complete cure of Catarrh, take Dr. Hade's Catarrh Remedy. attacks PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clruri ainl lciaiS the fcIr. IVoniotet luiuriktit JTTuvlH. Never Fails to Beatore Onj Hair to ita Youthful Color. Curt p diM-ac hair la:.i. i JfkrrraiTi?r "oni. Jt rt-m tt wti n;h, Wk Jl!. -r, Ir.-T-:vn, IV "i. Title in tmi.iictt. MiriOSf?COf?HS. The n.Iri-.iTt.!r,r"o-tt. v :c.il !., -ts t.r IlJM.tX &. Co. j;. V. BREAKFAST SUPPER. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA SO'LI'JG WATER OR MILK. ft ' Eaattah Rru. NNYRQYAL PILLS VMiiMHianln. bra. aim, m ini . . s. mm lik Ma. ifbbca. Take Msttfa- 2&4 'timimiitmUmtmu. 4lDrac1fls..rR14. ta isssssa sr Jtnlnm, lritla.nl.li iu IAITCD-A FEW MORE BOOK AGENTS n lint anil adjiil.tln;; rf;uitie for Our Journey Around the World A brau' nrv ImmiIc I,v KKV FKANCIS CUBE . I'rt-sl of United State s.. riiriliaii Kiiilamr. flir li-st chance to inak uuut-jr eirmnereu man vlni want pri.lllat. !, p . '" ''- vicinitv ran earn iwo iii-i.iu. U7 iiiance mm lilnilrunce fr e pay frrlsM, ulve criilit. ir-iimiiu oojtle-i, lleu'an, write ' A. I. WOKTIIINCTON S; CO.. llaiiford.Con. Caution. Yoar friends not to buy a Cooking Stove cr Range before they have examined into the merits of a- UU W.J AD EOT, ' OREGON, - - MO. I Sore Eyes. Weak Eyess Also STYES, TUMORS, GRAKTT- LATIONS, ULCEBATIOXS, etc. PERMANENTLY CURED BY DP. JICKSON'S INDIAN EYE SALVE. S 1 Ouui relief to the afHtcted. Asafe, ruresn'l ;.Seaiat remedy. Weak 'JKjea Bireni-iHfr.. a-niuns; w.jry SltlM lirslnrrd. 'Also a certain cure for ii7r, Ferer Sort, Burn and CVic;j J an d or Salt Stflin. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT AT 25 CERTS. SorrTethlhg for Every Member. Txrt4 v&Jn. fnrti !eft monrrof tnrnuei tfM In nw wurM lv.i itiAj .toil? and orer 100 nhort tortatforjrmagiidor4.bT btutboni. llnndrrtNor MtMa SAMrtotcs. Ac Dnwrttnenuoli The Household, ram sad Flowm. PopoUr Srimtts Cnrrrot Kri-nu. rwtlOB. Mute. Ballcina. and Moral OTitlonn. .New Boo.c nrSOVaa'aa'blePxlzos. fk.ma a Stamp for a 3 months' (obacrlpdoa. If HIS. OmMpag and SMBuprrb Illustrations. HSSEU. PWUSKM CI, 1M fSummrr SU i BOSTOX. -lEwiy $oo. Accident Insurance -Shoes- TJb beat wearing, most stylish, and the greatest value of any $3.00 Men'a Shoes on the continent. Beat calfnkin, dongola tops, solid leather soles, with all the popular toes, lasts and fastenings, and Lewis' Cork filled Soles. 'Each pair contains a paid-up Acci dent Insurance Folic for 1 100, good for 00 days. Wear Lewis1 Accident Insurance Shoes once and you will never chance. The insurance goes for "full measure." TaUcwith your dealer who sella Lewis' Shqea,; Fir tSi'fl by Fri'd S- m m. Oivj;i)n,and Webr & Hurtfss Frv.-t City, Mo. TBssssbsIbsw)' sfslaWaWaiBa (.1 .sssvrar Sir GooJwtn.lrfv.Xint Mtk for u. tCredei f 10 a day at lit afar. at4 motr ) Ma. IfulH rrtta, an ara. am n ti i Afaarira, vr4 rats rontuYu- l ltn:t. atar all oV tlmj-c mrt t.)tnoit lv . tli Mk. Allivtir trat y M III l.-i ,..llitJU. I'.ASU.VM'IH'II.Vl.THr.t ( V ft n-tL A'Mrrta at rnrt I IT VtiCKT IS THE BEST. iroaMau. irnfflU. v . "a tSMW- FOB SALE BV PV"" Keep your blood puro an.l hoallliy and -you vill not liavn rlieumalism. Hood's Siiraaparilla Hives tlm blood vitality and richness. ml ELECTRIC T; l.M SnVI oof rlf litl n.i r.nt i.. j Sn r!ilr. VilliuM cir (nn1 1 . mom., shop, .tore And r.flr iswcaaaa ut i tr niA.tv' Aavnta snsBtff frtis XZ i - Onf in i. ...Manre n-.i u nail b"- na Ininn-.u.l .nrwLepC " : - t"- - ysa fL.n r f - -1 I'flnlr.! i. Merer o"l tf . r. t t t'K.. V.rr- i.'f J. A ?.tit IM W.P.KjrrUoiii.C3....-.o It Mas- I as Slucli for You. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III, writes thut ho had a Severe Kidney trouble for many yearn, with ere paina in his oaeK and also that UU blmMer wiih nf footed. Ho tried many eo culled Kid ley cures hut without any good result, about a ymr ago he began uso of Ele ctric Hitters ami found relief at onci' Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove on. statement. 1'ricn only ;j0c. for Inrgu bottle. At Clark U. I'roud'd dru store. An American llavor pervades tlie march number of Harper's Magazine, which opens with an article on "Fox hunting in the United States," by Mr. Caspar W Whitney. "The Tiial Trip of a Cruisor. by Mr. William FloyJ Sic-jnl, describes tho test uhich great modern Aar vessel undergoes at iho h.iials of its builders. The indiir.tnal regain of northern Alabama, Tennessee ami Ueorgia is p ipularly treated by Mr. Julian itahih in a tirofn.-i-Iv illtis: rated irticle. Mr lioyal Oirtissiiz, in a plea for an American Ai-ademv at Rome. U.".tious tiio liual authority of France j i'i art. ami ailvocali-s the Irainiiii' nf punters uf all schools amid Italian tradition?. Mr. L urn-. .re Huttoli. in tiie Liteiary Lviniiiuark- of J.-ru-al.ni. ilepiet tlio features of the modern city must intcicblii.g in their as.-ociations Willi iiebrow Scripture, Oiir Latest Ofler, unco inn rjE.TiiiEi..s laievi otter The Sentinel, one year and sixty-sis o! the tinest engravings of th most beau tiful scenes of the World Fair, with el egattly printed description; beautiful Historic anil instructive; an ornament ior any center laijle; or much value to any library; all for the regular price of The Sentinel, 31.50. Call at our oIIicb and see the engravings. This oiler is ... ..II . ..I I I a t iu .in suucriu.rs, oiu anl new, uhii pay a year s subscription in advance- This wo regard as one uf the yerv best offers we ha.-eever ben nble to make oursub- bcribers. as the volume containing these pictures is well worth gl.00 alone. Not a teacher in this county should be with out one of these albums. Tin; Prettiest Jirl in Town. Has been using Parks' Tea and she says: "My complexion is very much improved. Tnat mil idy look is all gone 1 talie u cup of I'arks' Tea three nights a weeK and reel just elegant. Sold by .i i.. laarK I'rouu. l mi make no mistake wl e:i vou tako I'u wilt h Little Early itisers for bill ousnesH, dyspepsia or headache. Iik cause these little pills cure them. Kcport it tin- Statistician for December, 1S)4. This embraces: 1. Crops of the year. '2. Cron review. '.I. Principal crops of 1891. 1. Farm nrices and m irlt.'t iimil.-iti..iw .1. Agricultural oxpoits and impoite. 0. Oihcial statistics of f jreigu crops- 7. Tr.iu.-portalioii r;ites. This number of acre.-, of corn in culti vation for 181)4 was fMT.l.'. The number of bushels raised was HO.OU.bT.l. valued at $40,101,0(2. Tiie area of wheal was I..VJt;,4lHI. the number of b-jbhels "j:i.Xi:i.920, valued at ei0,01'M80. The largest y ield of wheat per acre in any state was Massachiisett. 28.0. The smallest yield in any slate was South Carolina, .'j.I. The yield for this btate Frank Leslie's Popular .Monthly Ui,s 17:1 For March. In the March number of Frank Les lies Popular Monthly the wonderful story of the life and inventions of Thomas Alva Edison is set forth, in an article by Henry Tyrrell, with the ap parent purpose of contrasting 113 actual living hero, a luoilern conqueror of science, with the dark and sinist-r shadow of Xapoleoc as projected anew by tlio curious contemporary revival of his sanguinary It genii. The paper is accompanied with some interesting ill ustrations, including new portraits of E.hson, of his parents, wife, children. and scientific collaborators. Other im portant contributions to this unusually full and interesting number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly are: M. V. Moore's striking uccount of "The Great Salt Lake, and Mormondom;" Captain ti. I). Smith ii stirring and patriotic ac ceuut of "The United States Revenue Cutter Flag;' a delightful art paper np. on "Cameos and Cut Gems," uy Theo Trncj ; "Huw Hronze Statues are Cast." with tho latest worksof American sclup tors, by S. Millingtou Miller; "Bulgar ian Village Life," picturesquely illus trated, by Celia Ii. Ladd; Personal Reminiscences of Charles Iieade, by Howard Paul, and of Anton Rubinstein by Mrs. W. K. L. Dickson, mid a practi cal article, with manv distineulmil l lie iKjlalo crop (.r this state is esti mated at 91,001 acres, the product in bushels MSK1.20U, valued at ?:W74,!iOO. Xew Vork is tho largest producer .,,.1. .!,. 'II 1 , ois swne nai! .ioi,a acres hi this crop, yielding 2y,lC2,C5li bushel I-1 i . . . I ... JM- 111," .,- . . .oiui-w .u ci..i;i,mi. .-irizonin raises the least mini tier. It had but. I'll ;t Pi-pa tney iieldeil -Jl!0 bushels and they wero rained at 10.,02. Thev sold them S1.-J.I per bushel. in tho production of hay Xew Vork leads with .rj.l7,0S7 acres, and Missouri stnnds next with L.".'li.'2I0 acres in hay New York raists more buckwheatthan any other state, with Pennsylvaui.-i nesi. .Mis.-oun tiad 2.0SU acres in this crop. ew ork I,.,,, 20I,1!kS in this grain. in iho production of tobacco Ken tucky raises more than four times much as an other state. In the pn-duction of barley Iowa leads all other states. In the production of rye Pennsylvania had .KH,.(.W in this crop. Missouri had but 1 i,i0l acres. In tho production of oats Iowa with 3.0-.M.7S4 acres. Best The Cheapest and For the Least Mosey. Read the following combinations THE SENTINEL offers you: WEEKLY NEWS Bright GREAT VALUE FOR LITTLE MONEY. OF THE WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. Tli New York Weekly Tribune a iweniy-pago journal, is the leading Itepuolican lamilv paper or the United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY FAIMCIC and gives ali the gen eral news of tho United States, It gives the events of foreign land in a nut dhell. Its Agricultural department lias no superior in the country. Its .Market ItcportS are recegnized authority. Separate departments fur the Family Circle, Our Young- Folks ami Science ami 3!cclt::uic. Its lloinvailll Society c.ilums command the admiration of wives and daughters. Its general political news, editorials and discuss mis are comprel.i i-i . bril liant and exhaustive. ?4lKCIAL CONTRACT eniiblis us to tfer this splendid journal and THE SKNT1NI2L for O0E YEAH FOR 0HLY $1.50, CASH IN ADVANCE (The regular subscription for the two papers is c'2.f(l ) SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY It KG IN AT ANY TIME. Address al orders to THE SENTINEL. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Rest as leads i.ii tOi.i.i.iiK OF The free and unlimited coinage of canino iwrtraits, on "Dogs and their sflver, the product of American mines, Keeping." by S. II. Ferns. There are at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of Kouuuon stories anupoenis uy uiiarles M - t ... , . Edwardes. Louis,. M,, M;il fl..r b"'" " au.uuuu w "iu trude Is. Lvcch. Jessie M. Andrews h. remcdy for the disturbed and unsatis- E. Armstrong. Juha D. YounL'. Annie lactory conuttton ot trade, manulac- L. Muzzey, Ernest Deluncey Pierson, ture and general business of the coun onlan Gale, and otheres. try. The surreptitious act of 187. I - .w- Cough and Cough ami Cough divorcing silver and gold in our mone But if you desire to stop coughing, Urv system, was a crime of untold try Beggs Cherry Cough Syrup. It ro- magnitude. It was the rankest kind lieves instantly, and w ill effect a per- of class legislation in favor of the . .1 maneuicuro quicker man any cough wealthy against the producers of euro on the market. Price 2T,, 00 and w,t.i, hn:t, ln thf r S1.00. A positivo guarantee with every bottle. Mo. Sold by J, C. Philbrick, Oregon, ur. tiiausione lias just written an article on "The Lord's Day," wherein he oonsiders, with the fervor of conviction and tbo breadth of learning for which ho is famocs, the grounds for keeping cated facts, often published, have been as the Christian Sabbath the first in- viporouslv denied O j wealth, and hostile to the prosperity of the United States. It was an act of treason because done at the instance of a European syndicate and for bribe money, "giving aid and comfort to our country's enemies." To shield the guilty parties, the well authenti- stead of the seventh day of the week and the proper measure nnd spirit ot Chiislian Sabbath observance. The article will appear in McCIure's Maga 7. me for March, along with a series of The Enquirer will continue to ex pose this unpardonable crime until right and justice arc done the people by the full restoration of silver to its portraits of Gladstone covering a period old companionship with gold. We need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth, to which end we invite all in your selection of pa pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer, that costs only $1.00 a year. (Issued twice a week.) Liberal commissions and cash re wards given to club raisers. Sample copies free. Enquirer. Company, Cincinnati, O. of eighty years nnd showing him at every important epoch of his life. IJefrjr.s Oeriuau Salve. Tho Household remedy. Every family should keep it for Cuts, Burns. Bruises, and Inllammation of all kinds. Sold by C. Philbrick, Oregon, Mo. Dr. Parkhursl's first article to women in The Ladies' Home Journal has prov eu so popular mai me enure huge edition of the February issue of tho magazine was eshuausled within ten iiys, nnd a second edition of 45,000 copies has been printed. Promptness is u commendable virtue Thai's why we offer ou Oi.e M in lit Cough Cure. It is prompt in ciiriu. Thai is what il is made for. .Sold bv 1 ; llinile. W COPYRIGHTS. Heating new drawn milk up to the boiling iroint to u.aue it keep lunger is othing new. Noua lays il is called Pasteurization 111 honor of the French man who has given us so many dis coveries in thai line. Il is being taught now as ;i sjicp.ee al most ol the dairy schools by the bacteriologists. Mrs. Emily Thorite, who resiues 11 1 Toledo, Washington, says she has never leen able to procure nnv medicine fori rheumatism thnt relieves the nam so luickly Bod effectually as Chamber- tin sl'ain Halm and that she hasaleo sod it for lame back with great success. For salo by Clark O. Proud. CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a prompt answer am an b on sat opinion, writ to S UN tt 4c CO., ba kara Bad nsrtfahrTeaH experlrnoa In the patent bvatcasa. Cra iiinlca. tlons strictly conflIHI. A HsUkaakr In formation eoneetmlaw Patrata aaa bow to ob tain tbem sent frea. Also a aatasDSw Of snecnas. leal and adentMo books sast fraa. 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Mo. and The Inter Ocean IS THE Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West And Has the Largest Circulation. . .Sii.Ot) porywir ..S-vW per year r Lady Aberdeen tried a novel solution of tlieoervi.int; bervant-girl problem tn her homes in Scotland and Canada, iind in tho April number of Tho L:idie' Home Journal sho nill, in an article. xplain the method t-he adopted. r.t?fV k afla. nU---i r-w The accorflpauyiiur statement ot tor vclsht and measure ment willshow the rraslta ot Ore months' treatment. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL IllllsM sasssi fAtltk ska atsMtatsP tlMStMlaM. AS kawl ariVawi, Trr Mt tkvlAM stdibtea. ith f au ta ctsutiM, U.B. . f. wkl rricitn nutu. nitut at Wsifkt no tbs iu iu n it Him , 41 u. a la. lo si Il0rssav ah.uk Regular Iiowelf Utt'li Pills. follow the ii(o of An Evening at tins Century Club" is the pubject of a painting by C. V. Tur ner which is reproduced in a double paae illustration in Harper's Weekly for February IClh. The interest of the paintins is enhanced by portraits of members ot the club. W. J. Henderson contributes to the same number of the Weekly an attractive paper on the rench and Italian opora season just osing -the illustrations for this boinn from drawings by Thulstrup and Hyde. HINDERCORN8. Th nnlT frnrm Otut for Ctvtdm. SCODslaUl miza. t?oraforttotbfeC. ISCIVngglatA. Ha00XttCa,W.T. 'ihebstof all remedieat for Inward runs. Colic. Indtres- tion. Exhaustion and all Stom ach and Uowd troubles. Also i the most effectivt cure fori Couch, Colds, ttronchitts and! all cct ions ot tne breathing vzans. It rromotrs refrcshinsf sleep, im proves the appetite. OTercoraes nerrous prostration, and new life and .trrrlh Ukc weajc ana agea. 50c. asa itjoo MiJTggiuus K A6BRTS FAHTRB FM sad ea tbs BataVSeVL BtMABT A. JLICltM W. Aon s-n.au lilt trilltn. liTira tussj ifSfiii. tasfapav. enlndhl Hterl Plates. Slat taoasaais. iMhy'Mtal.VMiuilVniivii. ntataM Cor wa hyriit and sire Rxtr run. 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Piles, Rheumatic Pains, Bruises and Strains, Running Sores, Inflammations, Stiff joints, Harness & Saddle Sores, Sciatica, Lumbago, Scalds, Blisters, Insect Bites, AH Cattie Aliments, All Horse Ailments, All Sheep Ailments, Penetrates Muscle, Membrane and Tissue Quickly to the Very Seat of Pain and Ousts it in a Jiffy. Rub in Vigorously. Mustr.t;g Liniment conquers Pain, Makes Han or Beast well asaln. Absolutely Free. Any reader of this paper can get The tit. l.outs (jlobe Uemocrat absolutely Free for Three Months. Read the offer in thN issue ami take advantage of it at once. The Weekly Globe Democrat is issued in Seiui-Weekiy sections, curl: paces each Tuesday i'lid Friday, sixteei. .-very ucek, uiakini; it practically omi-i-emy paper, yet tlie price is Only 0110 Dollar a Year. In politics, it is htrictly Republican, but it gives all the news, and is absolutely indispens able to the farmer, merchant, or profes fcional man who has not the titnelo read a large daily paper, and yet desires to keep promptly and thoroughly posted, Sample Copies will be sent free on ap plication to Globe Printing Co.. St, Louis. Mo. Take a dose of De Witt's Little Early Risers just for the g.od they will do jon. These little Pills are good for in digestion, good for headache, good for liver omplaint, good for constipation iltey are good, hold ly I . s. Ilinde. The police census of Washington gives that city a population of 2C9.G28, ac increase of tiearlv -10,000 since 1890. The reports ab-ut tho crush of office' seekers at Iho capital have not been ex aggerated. A getitlenia:: of this county who has excellent judgement remarked to us the other i'.'iv that he brew of no pill, so good for constipation, dispepsin and liver complaint as De Witt's Little The s-i uMiern phxMcian who has just put forth a claim to having discovered that uiuhc has a medicinal quality may bi expected ere long to insist that he alio discovered the law of gravitation Al! the railroad men are talking about the probable adoption of electricity as a motive jxnver on all railway lines at no distant (lav. During the past two years Division No. 2 of the si'preiue court of Missouri has disposed of ill cases. Of this num ber 172 were decided iu favor of the state and 49 for defendants. IVORY 60AP I PiieJ saw J. sSffM 71 iir FOR C1L0THE5. AGADEHY. Ei; h Grade Eiara. tianfor YobebGsi tleciea and oyz. Snpertor Hgie&3. Bslt Baths. Oil. Electric Llebt. Eteam Heat Ad- &t IXSUESSK. E1DCIE, EP2ISC3, HO. Tiioms II. Rkkij, it 13 said, is trying to live down his reputation as a funny jnan. Rut his enemies keep on snicker ing. Kansas papers report that Mrs. Lease did her washing Ia6t week. We trust that 31 r. Lease's illness is nothing ser ious. Dentil ol Douglass. The death of Fred Douglass, the great negro orator, ex slave and anti slavery agitator, removes tho last one ot that wonderful group of men who before tbe war labored for nnd insisted upon im mediate aoolitton, and were ready to employ every means to carry out their great designs of unconditional emanci pation. Douglass, himself a Maryland 6tave, emancipated tiimsclt by running away from his master, nnd found se curity and liberty in tho free zone of the northern states. He was self-taught and nature having gifted him with ac eloquence that was almost matchless, he thereafter devoted his life to the libera tion of his own race. Horn under dif ferent circumstances and under the civilizition of the Anglo Saxon race and in a temperate zone, Mr. Douglass never possessed that spirit of savage blood thirstiness which characterized Tuus saint Louverture, nor manifested thnt inveterate hatred for the muster race uhich the leaders of slave emancipation in the West Indies displayed. Mr. Douglass was a great orator; he was a great man in the work which Providence assigned him; he was a good citizen.nnd a splendid and lofty exemplar tx his o Aii people, and when we are building monuments to the men who were leaders and liberators let us express our ap preciation of the worthiness o.' Fred Di.uglass by tho same durable sign. It is not a miracle. It won't cure eyervthing. but it will cure piles. That's what De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will do, because il has done it in hundreds of cases. Sold by T. S. Ilinde. -itMn. Ate irflo Mi4 V r-' Ita., f,9 Ii ta iS It., n r-i 1, -My 3 w tfurts ef 153 M I fWl MciH btKtr till I woull tKt i 1 1,00 arj t pt f ork wbrre I wt. I ft-n bntb icrfrltol mnt pm " th cbr.f. I tftmsMtJ ynayr trttmrrtt t til tuSmr froa cbci.ty. Wul turwrr kll Imrm If nun? U lAckd for rrply." PATIENTS TREATED BY RAIL. CONFIDENTIAL. fx partkaln tadlrru wKh cnia In itt pe, C3. C 9. r. SlTSEt KTSCtElt TITI. 111; EPIlEPSYQTS! Its curability established by tho nso of tb new remedy (Solinua Carolincnse) as pr6 parcu wr nr. ncinian. tnaorseu Dy me meu cat profeasion generally. Bend for pamphlet Address all comrnqnica lions to A. . SEUI-IX.-M.D, IiMlIaitapoliM. Iu Home Keekers' Excursions. On March 5th, April 2nd and 30th, the liurlir.gtcn Unute will ofTer to the traveling public the benefits of the Ilonipscekers' Excursion to points in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana. Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, at tho low rate of one fare for the round trip. Limit of tickets, 20 days. Stop over privileges nllowed. For tickets or any further information in regard to these t-xcursions rail on VINE HOVEY. Agent. Forest City, Mo. Wu wish to slate to our patrons that One Minute Cough Cure is a safe and reliable remedy for children troubled with croup, colds, hoarsness and lung troubles. It is pleasant to take and quickly cures. Sold by T. S. Hinde. Tur. most charitable-thing' to be said ot President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle is thnt they are babes in finance. It is grntisying to see the nation's credit so gocd, but 812.000,000 ii rather an extravagant price to pay for the spectacle. risoo . 2.000 2,000 2,000 3,000 3,000 4,000 2:19 class, purse. 2:15 class, purse Free for all, purse PACING. Two-year olds, purse Three-minute class 2:15 class, purse 2:30 class purse 2:22 c! w. pure -.il cla-s. pur-e Free for all. purse ...... With these purses linns up to be tbe paid in cash when the r ice is tluished, there fannot Tnil to b strong competi tion by s .me of the beet horses in the country, and the association is to be commended for its lilMraliiy iu t!i us of fering to the people or .St. J seph and the surrounding country mi opportunity to see adgood racing m is w.n anywhere. U-ggs' Cherry Cough Sjrnp r.dievea that sorenrsa and smothering sensation in tur lungs. Safer, surer and quicker than any medicine on the market. Every bottle guarauteeil by your pooular druggist. J. C. Philbrick. Oregon. Mo. Sme young men talk luck in busi ness. Good luck is to get up at six o'clock in the morning. Good luck, if you only have a dime a day, is o hye on nine cents and save the penny. Good luck is to trouble your bead with yoar business and to let other people's alone. Good luck is to keep the commandments and to do to other people as we wish them to do to us. Good lack must plod and persevere. Dimes must be cared for as well as dollars. To set on in business we must keep it clear, avoid temptations to evils, love truth, our fel low men aud fear God. Rural Jjite. When so many people are taking and deriving benefit from Hood's Sarsapar- illa, why don't you try it yourself? It is highly recommended. The Willow Garland," a short story by Eva Wilder McGlasson, is one of tba most delightful features in Harcer'a Hazarfor February 16th. An out-deor costume from Paris; a bride's gown and bridesmaid's gown, drawn by Chapuis desended by tho editor, ara also note worthy. No question is more interesting or more important to the future of tbe human race than that of heredity.whiob forms the subject of an article by St. George Mivart in the March Harper's! Magazine. The writer opposes the Dar winian theory of natural selection, of which Professor Weiemann is the chief advocate, and adopts the theory ot Darwin'a predecessor, Lamarck, that living organisms are changed by their surroundiogs, and that they transmit to their offspring the characteristics so acquired. This theory, Mr. Mivart con' tends, Bettlea the whole question. It Does not Cost Any thing;. To try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific cure of all diseases peculiar to women, Ask your druggist our guaranteed plan. Soly by Clark O. Proud. PlyWK the Limit. Beb Now, in tbe first place I'm go ing to put $5 on Mudatiaker; in tbe sec ond race IU play Notinit for $5 more; I'll place 95 on Balker in the third, and put f5 more on Dustaker in the fourth. Tom But there are aix races. Aren't you going to play the other two? Bob Heavens man! How can I I've only got $201 Puck. Beggs' German Salve ia the moat per. feet Pile remedy ever put on the mar ket. Cares where all others fail. A postive guarantee with every box. J. C. Philbrick, Oregon, Mo., your popular druggist keeps it. Ants rhat Live In Trees. Several species of anta live in trees, and cut and chisel the wood in a won derful manner, some of them gnawing the trunks into numberless stories, al ways more or loss horizontal, with a dis tance of about five or six lines between tbe ceilings and the floor. It cures niles. it cu res obstinate sores happed bands, wounds. It does this quickly. Is there sny good reason why ou should noi use ie nun usmi Salve? Sold bv T. S. Hinde. Down-Trodden Bachelors or Cores. In Corea every unmarried man is con sidered n boy, though.. he should live to be 100. No matter what bis age he follows in position the youngest uf the married men. despite the fact, perhappf of having lived long enough to be tbeir father. Some people always look fresh and i .a 1 t ...oMalttalt young, winie oinera iuu vmummtt old, witn sain uneu up auu .uuicu. The only difference between the two is the loss of vitality in the blood. People using Beggs Blood Funuer ana moou Maker olwavs look fresh and healthy. Sold and wartanted by your popular Druggist. J. C. rhilbricK, uregon, ma One of tbe facto about Missouri that is not as widely known as it ought to be. especially by Missourians, is that tais is the first poultry state in the Union To use a figure, when it comes to tbe production ot fowls, Missouri is "cock of tbe walk." First in mules and first in the roosters, Missouri is in consequence tbe first in national music Headache is tbe direct result ot ta rnation and stomach disorders.Remedy these by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, and your headache disappears. Tbe Favorite little pills everywere. Sold by T. S. Ilinde. A judge has refused to fine or im- prison a man ior wDiaiuuif. ab sun name of the tune which the whistler was practicing is not given, we refrain from giving the opinion whether the judge waa right or wrong. Don't neglect that cough, it leads to consumption. One Minute uongn (jure Dossesses a douDie virtue, al cures ana cures quickly. Sold by T. S. Hinde. A year has elapsed since Arthur Does- trow killed his wife and babe in St. Louis, and thanks to tbe efforts of astute lawyers he ia no nearer the gal lows now than be was then.