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t THE SENTINEL. ORKGOX, Missouri. IssimmI Eivrv Friclsiv. TERMS: 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE OOBYNS & CURRY, Publishers FriilaV. S'tonilMsr 4. 1S!H. Oar Standard Bearers. Rich Red Blood is absolutely essential to health. It is secured easily and naturally by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, but is im possibletoget it from so-called " nerve tonics," and opiate compounds, ab surdly advertised as "blood puri fiers." They havo temporary, sleeping effect, but do not CUKE. To have pure Blood And good health, take Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has first, last, and all the time, been advertised as just what it is the best medicine (or the blood ever pro duced. Its success in curing Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Catarrh. Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration and j an increase of 20 per cent -i oat -urea reeling, nave made Thk silver men claim that pricos have Bono down 6inco the crime!?) of 1873. Let us see about wages. Take tho Uni ted States census figures of 1SG0. thirteen years before silver was deiiintio t zed. and those of 181(9, seventeen years after This is certainly a fair lt-bt. If gold lias enhanced in valuo it ought to s'lo-.v itself in that time. The average. auiiUHl per capita wages paid in the fac tories in tho United States in ISCO was 3233 while in 1S!0 they were 8131 -an increase of 05 per cent. Now what does the census f-ay about farm land.-.; aver age value per acre in 18C0, 810 25; ml 1890, 821 31; an increase in value of 33 per cent. Take live stock; average value per head in 18C0, 812 -21. in 1S90, 811.C3; m FURNITURE! 3 C . I Remember when you get ready to buy something j K71 that we keep the latest I STYLES IN FURNITURE. I'or I'rfslilrnt. WILLIAM MrKIM.KY. l"or Virr-PresMuiit. CAKKKTT A. HOIiMlT. Hood's Sarsaparilla TheOnc True lilooil runner. All druggists. $L Hji r:n are purely vegetaMe. re IlOOa S FlIlS liable aud beneficial, :3c. STATU TICIvIiT. ...Koliert E. I-euis ... . Atirn C. IVItljrtliii IIuiloli)i llirrl William P. Freeman I. H. Cmi'licli .lolni !. ISlsliop Joliii Keimi-.li ..ifirae X.MHIe. (iovernor Lieutenant tlovernor .. .Imlce Supreme Court.. Secretary of State Treasurer-.. Auditor Attorney Cener.t! Itailmaii niiniiv.ioiter.. . . .ICIMIKS t'OL'UT OF AITKAI.S. Ilastem Iiixtrk-t Uotlerick K. Kniiili.iiit-r Western IlMrict I. S. IloMuril bl.KCTOIIS AT I.AKCK. J. It. Upton. Jnliu IS. Hale lisTi!iT Ki.nToi:. Fourth Ufetrict Tliiimas M.IUIIey.Kork Port. Congress .... iSrnrRet". Cmutlier State Senator CM. HarriMiii COUNTY Hcprcseiitatiw John M. Tiiavkk, ex-governor of Ne braska, a fellow townsman of Mr. ISryan, I the popocratic candidate for prei'idniit, in a recent interview, said: '! want to give you soino reasons why Mr. ISryan should not carry Nebraska," "lie has never done anything for our state and has done much against it. For example. there was a large twine manufactory at Fremont, doing a good business. By his vote he destroyed it. Then the state had two large sugar factories which represented 81,000,000 capital. Those by his vote and voice he helped , to destroy and both are idle." Tin: farmer will then know how to measure the difference in price between his wheat in Illinois and the wheat in Liverpool. It will bo the transportation and the necessary commissions without any insurance on account or a lluctuat-; Many a day's work is lost by head ing currency. I he wheat will be mens- ache, caused by indigestion and stomach Q Of every description. Buy something that will be g m useful as well as ornamental It will not cost you g f any more to get a nice piece of furniture than some j3j M fancy thing you may buy, which will soon be de- (h M stroyed, and it is then forgotten, while if you invest p 3 in a M ured by the same standard gold in Illin ois as it is in Liverpool, and any man can figure it up." Senator Stewart of Xevnda. , troubles. De Witt's Little Early Risors are the most effectual pill for overcom ing such difficulties. Sold by T. S. Hinde. Bed Room Set, Parlor Set, Conch. Chair. Table. Book Case Cabinet. Frame. Etc. TICKET. Samuel F. O'Fallon Vimti- In, ' 11 """J- r. iiurm C OUIltJ JlKlf.es i:,uA u jj,.r,r. Collector ... lovnli.l. Pierce PrespentiiiK Attorney Luke 11. Knimles I Sheriff .. Charles II. KcHvanls Assessor prod K ISiirnett Treasurer Clark O. Proud Snrvejor . C. a I-iinl"ii I'tililic AiSininblrntor ..CiiesA. l.-nmlilm Oirniicr . -T. O. Il.ivis If the silver men succeed, mankind will stand aghast at the ruin they have accomplished. "I want tho standard gold, and no paper money not redeemable in gold. Senator Stewart, of Nevada. "Goi.n is the universal standard of the world. Everybody knows what a dollar 1 in gold is worth."' Senator Stewart of Nevada. You can carry readily 8100 in gold in your pocket; try the same thing in silver and you would wear nn overcoat in July . for storago purposes. Ycu will get something that is useful, durable, Pi ornamental, and will always be remembered with pleasure. Call and see us for anything in the fur- iff niture line. We will make prices as low as vou can Wi get anywhere. 1 1 OREGOn - - MISSOURI. It has cost this nation 8100,000 per annum in 87G.O0O spent in transportation alone to take care care of and make use of the silver we tow have. For State Senator-C. M. HARRISON. A. T..H I : - . , ... . uLowut viiuH.e. iicesuip on tne paper he is now owner Tho Republicans of this senatorial of- He. has had large experience in his district made no mistake in nominating chosen field, leaving the Kansas City C. M. Harrison for state senator. He Journal in 1891 to take control of the is tho present representative from Worth Grant City Star. He has served us county, and nlso editor of tho Grant member of the Grant City 6chool board, Uxdkr the Bryan Altgeid-Tillman City Star. He was elected over his op- and in his race for the legislature ran order of things every man who must pay porient Elijah Miller to the legislature votes nhead of the state ticket. As out a dollar will seek to us9 a silver I by n handsome vote, although Worth 8 member of the legislature he was dollar, evory man who has a dollar ow-1 county is a Democratic county. Mr. made a member of three important Miller is again his opponent, and will committees, those of peutentiary print- doubtless be again defeated. His ex- ,nK und elemosynary, being chnirmnn perience eminently qualifies him for '"e latter. Speaker Russel in cpeak senator, und while a member of the ,nK of Mr. Harrison said: "Mr. Harrison lower house was recognized as one of waa 008 ' the most intelligent, con its leaders. He is a good 6psaker, and scientious and paintaking members of logical reaeoner. He is clean in his the house. The stock or money increased Irom eerj u.i or oi me, nnu ins party as in this day and hour, when tho lio- 8333,000,000 in 1S73 to Sl.SCO.OOO.OOO in 6ociatea are enthusiastic friends, and uncial integrity of the nation is at Btako; 1891. The silver stock raso from 0 to are prouu ot his nomination, and believe when the supreme court Is threatened S51C,000;000. Still tho silver syndicate sincerely that ho will have a handsome to be made the instrument or dosigning Bays silver has been discriminated vote over his apponent. politicians and demagogues, and when Mr. Harrison is a native cf Cambria mob rule is to be given place over law county i a., and is now .Ci years of age. and order, it behoves every notriutic lie has been a resident of Grant City citizen to cast his ballot for Mr. Ilarn since ibi. receiving his education in eon then bv helmm. to nmroni ti,;- me cumujon scnooisoi Waterloo, lowa, craencan policy from boing put iuto and Grant City. He &crved his appren practical operation. "Let us do na nil the people of the I world have been doing from tho begin- uing, measure our values by gold.' Senator Stewart, of Nevada. ing him will seek to collect it in gold. We do not believe the government can make a 10 ounces of silver worth as much as '12 ounces of silver by simply saying so. any more than it can make C inches as long as one foot by saying so. against. The only way to relieve the country is to move right back to specie payments; I let every man in the country know what tho value of his money is; let everybody know what a dollar is worth. Senator Stewart of Nevada. Lilt Iddbd The Flag. FOR Sound Money, National Honor, Home Prosperity. The New-York Weekly Tribune, The Leading National Republican Family Newspaper, Will make a vigorous and relentless fight through the Presidential campaign, for principles which will bring prosperity to the entire country. Its campaign news and discussions will interest and should be read by every American citizen. We furnish "The S:ntiiu;l" ami "New York Woekly Tribune" 4 Months (17 Weeks) for 50 cents. CASH IN ADYAXCK. Address all orders to THE SENTINEL. AVrllr your iiiinio anil :ulilrrs tin a otiiI rant. mi It to (ira. W. Itrst.Trlliuni- Ilnilil- ini;. - inrK uy. nnu a wimple riy "I thk KKn lUKIv vt i;i.iti.i l i;ii.h.i. will 1i- ntiiiU-il to 3-011. OUR QUERRY BOX. Toledo Itlade. If the free coini ge of nilvi-r would give 11 debiiM-d currency I hut is a ."(! tvtt dollar then wouM not wheat aiidci-ri . now north 10 and l.'i centH p r bii-.(...i reppectiely, lie worth twice that l:lll ,.i in silver coin? If no', why 1..? If tho free coinage biIv. -only worth ."0 cents, it tvi-.t chau r0 cents worth of -ak .. for tho value of wheat mid.-. 1 altogether established 0:1 -i pHing bani(5, leas freights t bj.ihels of corn will bti.i .- wheat, but if the proilu.:!: .r was 1 ly iiiir 1.1 c.irn, almost rid sup 'it:ill vo iUnhi-1 uf 1 "f corn shculd be doubled, anil the production of wheat remain at about the umiuI average, three or four hu-ii U of corn would be required fur the purchabe of a bushel of wheat. The greatly increased production of silver has decreased tin value of that metal and its purchasing and debt-paying value can not be in creased by tho Hat legislation of a sui gle government, any more than tho Uni ted States could make a Hat greenback dollar worth 11 gold doliar of it own coinage during tho war of tho lib..liion. If the guveniuidtil can make fifty cents worth of silvisr worth 10 cents it can make tho silver dime worth ICO cents, and it would be jint as capable to iiiako a;"k) cent bushel of wheal wor:h one dol lar and a'-' jcent bushel of corn worlh 50 cents. If tho Ropubiicuns; should git fuil con trol what change would they likely in.-ike in the liiinr.ee. of our country, froiii what it is now? Xoue. The language of their platform is for "tho existing standard." That means no change. They would leave gold and silver and pajer in circulation, all as good as gold, worth 100 cents on tho dollar, anil they would add to the cur rency of the country cuch quantities of gold, eilyi r ur p.ip.T as would be f afe i;nil neressary for the transaction of btisiiu-sw. Tins bhoiild bi borne in mind. The Ki-public'in pirty believes that the existing standard is good enough, as good iis gold, and that when our indus trial conditions arc unproved the titian cial ciKihtion.s will right themselves. All th-il ;v have to do is to maintain an honest anil stsibln standard. We had good times under the existing standard before the Democrats came into power. What we need ig a resto-ation or the poic of ho!ii manufactures-, employ ment for laboring men a ho must con sumo t:e products of our farm?, and restoration of confidence. iS.ith things can bo done on the existing standard. Having accumulated 8400 million sil ver dollars in the United States treas ury for which there is no demand, the Bryan Tillman Altgeld combine pro pose to make the treasury a bargain counter, and run them off at half price. It Saves the Croupy Children boavieiv, Va. -Wo have a splendid sala on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and our customers coming from far aud near, speak of ii. in the highest terms. Many have said that their children would hnvo died of croup if Cbamber- The whole silver craze is wicked be- lain s Cough Remedy had not been I yond the power of language to express. I given. Kellam ACurren. The 25 and It is largely .responsible for tho panic of s0 cent sizes for sale by Clark O. Proud. 1893 and all the Iosbbs resulting there from, nnd now it seeks to cut in two the purchasing power of every wage earner j in the land. It is silly to argue, because one or two articles, like wheat or cotton, have fallen in price, that the medium of exchange is scarce. Too large a production of wheat or cotton for the demand will lower its price in just the same way as it would lower the price of iron or cloth. 'Boys will be boys," but jou enn't afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the green apple season by having DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure in the house. Sold by T. S. Hinde 1 Tin: net earnings of the national banks of the state, of New York are -1.04 por cent; of New Hampshire, 2.97. Tho general average is about 5 per cent. There is not a merchant, farmer or fell silverite in the entire Weest who would be content with 5 per cent on his capital. Lkt us see, tho way in which the weak and poor always suffer in currency- changes. These debts will be made pay - nble in gold under tho Uryau Altgeld Tillman order of things. On the other hand their wages nnd salaries will be paid in the "current" money that is in silver. NOT A SICK DAY For Over Thirty Years! RESULT OF USING AYER'SPILLS "Aycr's Cathartic Pills for over thirty years havo kept me in good health, never having had a sick day in all that time. Iicforc I vras twenty I suffered almost continually as a result of con stipation from dyspepsia, headaches, neuralgia, or lioils and other eruntivo diseases. When I became convinced A Bryan Mistake. An allusion made by Mr. Bryan to France is noteworthy. The Popocratic cunuiuaie says mat ttie bank ol France reserves to itself the right of paying its notes in either gold or silver, nnd, for nil that, ho adds, gold and silver have the same value in P'rance. Mi. Bryan omit ted to say that if the French 5 rranc piece has it value equal to that of gold it is oecause since lSi.5 ; rranc nieces rtre no longer coined in France. It would be impossible to do in Paris that which Mr. uryan would like to see done in ashington. One cannot bring to the mini pieces of silver worth 2-trancs, 50 i-eiitimes, ano tiave inem transformed into ; rranc pieces. In reality gold is the only metal that the public ran get cuineu in me r rencli mints. Ur. A. I . Sawvi-r. AftiriKininiia 1.... ..rn... 1 1 """ "'?M " imirriy vnred. ju vav ii.ui I..-.-H ireaieu oy several ilm-lois. I.ucy ...iii-m,-., in., mini iiy l.ri. llllllle. If you have ever seen a little child in uio agony or summer cimplaint, you can realize the danger of tho trouble anu appreciate the value of instantan eous relief nl ways nlfored by DeWitt's uoncv Uliolera Cure. For dyiontery .uiii oiuiiouea u is a reliable remedy. w i could not afford to recommend this as n cure unless it were a cure. RnM hv ril o ll:-i. . o. iimue. (THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL) Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Save Your Money. One box of Tutt's Pills will save many dollars in doctors' bills They willsurcly cure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels. No Reckless Assertion For sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, constipation and bilio usness, a million people endorse TUTT'S Liver PILLS l)r .A. r. S.iww-r. I i-.ni -.ay uith iU-.iMire tli.il I ii.ive i -. uins vosir iiieilu-liie. anil tliat I liaie rii-eiteil great U-nchl from It. ami iiiuli! ri'i-iiunii-iiil it to ai:v Iait. Mrs. K .1. P.m. lj--.;.isrK. liliin. SiMliyT S. Ilimte. GiLESA. LAUGKUN ?-. Attorney at Law, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Collections and Probate Business a Specialty. ostK:v-x. - - - Mtosouici. raocey is scarce. Money is6carce because the chances to e:rn it are scarce. If our working men had work, they would have money. When thoy are given worit m ney will becorao more plentiful. trnt 13 it will came back into cirenlnti-ii. Another r-a.-o.i why money i- M-nrce in because those who have it refuv.. j wst it in b'isiues, or to lend i at r.-.i sonable rat-s of interest to others. Tliey reflise tod,) those thing beo.u-o they huve no con.'id.MU-e in the o.iln-.!rial or financial policies, if the Demoenitic party. Kvvry man is holding his money light to see ho'v things are going to turn out. Would you not do the sauie, if you had money? In timcw or distrust like these of the last three years, capital is timid and in consequence money is scarce. "My lioy camo home from school ocw day with his hand badly lacerated and bleeding, and suffering great pnin," says Mr. K. J. Schall, with Meyr Bros.' Drug Co.. St. Louis, Mo. "1 dressed the wound, and apphd Chamberlain h Pain IJdlm fredy. All piuu censed, and in n remarkably short time it healed with out Ioaviug a scar. For wounds, sprains, swellings and rheumatism I know of no medicino or prescription eiiual to it. consider it a household necessity." The i and 50 cent eize for sale by Clark O. Proud. KnilKKT MitNTCtMlhu. , C. D. Zook, President. Vice-President Ar.itKKT ot:rKKi:. Caidiier . 'lis iatf jury Mciclicr BANKING COMPANY, OK EG OX, : : MISSOURI! iLvr.vi:i.i.iiii-:;t ihti. are popular with ladles who prize a reliable corset. Try them and be convinced. KREEK BROS., Oregon, - Missouri. EPILEPSYSIS Its curability established by tho use of tb new remeily (Solanuru Carolint-nsc) as pre ;:irei ny ur. Beiman. .naorseu iy ine mca cai imiitssion generally benu lor pampnlet jiutircss an cnmintiuicaiions xo A.U.KELJI.1.V.:W.I, IiHltanapollH.Iiu C.W. LUKENS.D.S.S. (Iistabhshed IS51.) Pn.cTic.i.i., all existing contracts of I importance were made with gold pay- ments 100 cents dollars in view. To al low silver dollars to be paid under free coin ago is to propose repudiation of ,"i0 per cent of all debts. Such nn idea is too dishonorable; would prove too disns- terous to contemplate. Pkicks of the necessaries of life would increase in a very short time under free coinage to so nearly the deference be tween the commercial value of gold nnd that of silver, that it would take 31.45 in mlver to buy one gold dollar's worth of food. The purchasing power of tho poor roan's deposits or earnings would thus I bo diminished at least one-third. Republican Paper A Republican Year. The campaign of 1896 promises to be the most exciting one since 1860. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL prints the news, it is the only KmeuBLiiijiLa news paper of the Missouri Valley. For 42 years it has fought the battles of the people. Ik free coinage is ever reached, the farmer owing n balance on h:s farm will litid it will require just twice as much money tin now to pay olf that mortgage. A eilvor d-jlkr today, maintained nt par with gold, will pay off 100 cents of gald debt; but undur free oinngo silver will be r(jcivi"l only at its intrinsic value, nnd will pay off only .r0 cents of gold debt. that nine-tenths of my troubles wwo caused by constipation, I began the use of Ayer's l'ills, with the most satisfac tory results, never having a single attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife, who had lieen an invalid for years, also began to uso Ayer's Pills, and her health was quickly restored. With my children I had no ticed that nearly all their ailments wero preceded by constipation, anil I soon had the pleasure of knowing that with children as with parents, Ayer's Pills, if taken in seaseu, avert all danger of sickness." H. Wettstein, Byron, III. AYER'S PILLS Highest Honors at World's Fair. Ayer's Saruparilla Strengthen the Sjstea. Mr. Hryan in his Xew York speech stated that the Chicago platform pledg ed tho parly to npioint as members of the supreme court only such men na will agr e to revise such of the de cisions of that court as tnny not be agreeable to the majority of tho Demo cratic party. Xo more disloyal declara tion couldlmve been formulated, and its suggestion by n great political party as one of the planks of its platform is of itself sufficient to cuuse alnrm and con meniaiiun in me minus or conservu live people. I ho candidotes of the Bryan ticket, both, state, congressional and county stand upon this same plat form with Mr. Hryan. If the perman ency of any decision of our courts of final resort is to depend entirely upon the uncertain und inconsiderate desires I of political parties, then the lights of propeity and human liberty will always lie in jeopardy. Reduced Subscription Rates. Daily and Sunday, three months . . Daily and Sunday, one year Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr $1.00 4.00 .50 Send in your name to the Journal, City, mo. Samples tree. Kansas SPRING VEHICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Don't write for Catalocuo. We don't sell that wav. Como and seo the Vehicle.. Wo guarantee to save you money, as well as Rail Road Pare. We carrv in Stock a full lino of Bumries. Surrios. Trans and Snrincr Warons of all descriptions. OTTR RET A II, PRICE IS OTTTTTR PROFILES WTTnT.TMAT.T! We guarantee all of oar Customers a run for their money. HARNESS OF ALL CRADES. LACLEDE WAGON A CARRIAGE CO.. 1 403 N. Broadway, ST. touts, no. ARTISTIC HOTVrBS. 225 Designs All for lOc. A silverite editor says ho wants to have n "return of tho honest money of 187:5." Tho "honest money of 1873" was green backs and national bank notes. Hold dropped out of circulation in 18G2, silver oollars had not been in circulation since 1831. Only about 8,000,000 of the silver dolllnrs had been coined from the establishment of the mint in 1792 down to 1873. The silverite editor referred to never had n silver dollar in his pocket until after the Bland law went into operation, in 187S, nor did Bland or Stewart. HERBERT C. CHIVERS. Architect. The Unrest collection ef np-towlate designs cTcr publUhsd in u; architectural book la the world. 80 church designs JO Interiors usubies.. COLONIAL HOMES . . U designs 10cU.t or both books for Ucts. An; on s-olnr to colli, or erer Intendlas; to bund, shooldsead for these (1896 limited ediuons) or Rooms aaj. an. aas. Walowrigtt BUg. ST. LOUIS, MO, Soilu- Olli-Mlnli-. Aliuilt .Miim-V 1. Was riitvcr a h-g.il tender for any aiiiount of dubtH, public or private, from the beginning of thi? govern iih-iU until 187:1? VeP. 2. Is silver only a legal tender to the amount uf 8.") noivV rvo. The silver dollars are full legal tender for any amount. Tho subsidiary coins, being purposely mnde light weight in ordor to keep change in tho country. havo been legal lender onlv to the umount of S3 since 1S53. :i. Is ii silver certificate ouly a legal tender to the amount of 33 A silver certificate is not legal tender at F.ll. It is merely a warehouse receipt. It certifies thai so many silver dollars have boen deposited in the treasury, payable to bearer on demand. Tho cer- these Celebrated C0TSetS tihcate is not money aud not a legal ten- reCOmmend them. uer. nut, us iiouier cat. excnange ii lor full legal-tender silver dollars whenever he pleases. 1. To what amount is a national bank note legal tender? It is not legal tender at all. It is mere ly a bank's promise, guaranteed by tho government, to pay so many dollars in greenbacks. It passes current in the payment of debts, precisely as the silver certificates do, because it is exchange able on demand for legal-tender money 3. To what extent is n greenback leg- nl tender? It is n legal tender for any amount. To what cause do you attribute the idleness of sr great n number of our manufacturing and other industries? Is it d'le to a "contraction of the currency. a lack of capital, as fre-j silver men claim? 2. Would the injection of a large amount or silver into our currency start our factories and stimulate all lines of business and industry? 1. The enforced idleness ol many of our industries and millions of laboring men is not l.j the (-lightest degree due to alleged contraction of the currency or lack of capital. We have ample cur rency and capital for the transaction of ten times the present business of the people of the United States. Practicilly nil of tho idleness of labor, business de pression nnd hard times in this nation, are a direct result of tho throat of wild idead theorists who have for peivral years past declared thoir intention to wipe the last vestigo of protection nnd honest money fr-nii the slatiiteii of the United Slated. That long continued ngitation, aud the legislation the theor ists have been able In accomplish, have largely decreased the revenues of the government nnd deMroyed the ijiiwiness confidence of tho American people to such nn extent that improvements and labor employment havo been decreased- nearly one half throughout the nation, and that decrease has forced an equal decrease in tho consumption of food stuffs, clothing and other usual expenses of living for tho American people. .Manu facturers will not produce goods in ex. cess of demand and merchants can not Bell goods t' people who have not bpen able to earn money to pay for them. We are practically all wearing our old cloth es and living on half rations as a d:rect result of the agitation of free trade aud free silver. Bicbville. Charles Allen has house about done. Tho assessor was around hereas.-en.s-ing this week. Several of our citizeus went to the. fair at Maitland. Mr. and Mrs. Maple went to Mound City to visit friends. G. W. llibbard's house is in the hands of the painters. Mrs. John Hibbard and little child ren went to visit her sitter. Charles Waegel came home Inst The oldest Bank it: the county. Trans' I to visit his relatives hero. act a general banking business. Inter I , .inj. jienrj sjiiauner spent KHveral est paid on tinu- deposits. Drafts sold I U"J Kansas visiting her son lieorgo on all tlu principal ci'ios of the country I ,Hbt e!c ind Kiirope. Mave m ulespeciaiarrango I V.""1"'"."" ""K?ies nouse m mentB to :oIIect rcoi:?y due from estates sieaouy growing under the hands r the in foreign countries. The account s of I enrpe titers. vieorge . inoi.aru, .Mr. anil Mrw. L. W. Whittem and the Misses Manle and Berlin Maple visited W. 11. Matthew h and family Sunday, August 23. Mr. and Mrs. William Smallwood rulurned from" their trip to Savannah and St. Joseph Monday, August 21. They uUeiuhd camp meeting at Savan nnh Sunday. I lit ice cream sociable Friday ever. ing w.is a Miccess in all respects. 312.30 ovit idi expeiiM-a wan taken in during the evening. The tiroceeds iro toward Kev. II. CrampUm's- r-alary. 5om erv exnectiui; Ifev- II. Cramplon to preach Augutt23and wt-r disappointed that there was r.u preach- ing. An we understand it, he is to preach h last Sabbath of each mouth. Mrs. William Suiallwood. formerlv Misa Lucy Muitluuvs. will cummirn her elect school with one scholar about the tirjt of September on the D. P. Small- wood tarm, between Woodville nnd ttichville. She got her certificate- Au gust 19 from Uev. II. Cramnton. Mnv happiness and good luck attend them if the wish of their many friends. Acatk. Farmers. Merchants and individuals re spectfully soliciteO. Special care given toanv but'iness intrusted to us. 7;S VjORLI) KEKOWNEC ILOVt-flTTINfi" CORSETS. IANGD0X &BXrCBUrK3 GENUINE I y.pglfe, The Old- a corset (mm that fits mmj W" AfiWjr most the fig- WpW reliable ure as a siove ;.riM Cofs fits the fu mmk . ml !fl ""the hand, 'sslssiy'j ! j, HI- s4 world. FROM SI TO $5 A PAIR. Tho man who will mt sineerulv congratulate himself in Nnvemlier is the silver Republican who resisted n tempt a- uuu io ueeeri nis party. The Republican who announces that iin.ft r;: , nMM-M 1 1,8 ,s KuiK with tho Popocratic party blOVe-rlUinr? COrSetS lRhe considerable baggage along. f I Then 19 nil tollini u-hn lliia titirtv will oe nuie to gel back. I ho people of Missouri want a bet ter governor than Stone, not n poorer mill I lM.-il.-IllllIltl.- Il.ai. n.A r. . I ........ We keCP a full aSSOrtment Of I Mr.' Wis will lie at Mound U.ty next an ril iuwuay. 'Pi... r -tv. :.. .1 . . uu -t HUU 11 MIL" iLeilJl 111 the mine owners to double their wealth at tho expense of the people. Vote tho nepuoucun ticxel nnd block their httlo game. -Children of 7 and 8 years of ace in Japan work for 1 cent a day." Adults work lor 1 and C cents a day. Japan is recognized as the. 'most progressive of the nations having the silver standard. u hen the Democratic candidate for governor of Missouri talks about "our father's money" ha means the kind of money that wiuld greatly increase tho cost uf living nnd make it harder for all wage-c-arners to get along in the world. The Republicans of Missouri nre in line to win this year and they nro going to work in the right way to secure 11 sweeping victory. Whether Lon Stephens is taken off of the Popocratic iicxei or not it makes no difference as Mr. Lewis is sure to be our next irovor- nor by a largo majority. The Democracy of the state, outside of the Jefferson City gang, nre pore be cause the south part of the state cantur- ed all the officers save the two given to .Monroe county Northwest Missouri was entirely ignored. The Republicans, have nominated a ticket that all hand can vote for Holt county was recmr- nized on tie state ticket by tho Renuhli. cans of the state, and a strong delega tion went from her county seat nnd helped to accomplish the feat; his name is Hont-st John Kennish, anil he hails from Mound City, and the patwr to first suggest his name in connection with the office, was Thk Skntinki., which is also at the county sent of Holt county, and if you don't like it we can't help it. Tho ticket will be elected. This is official. Do n t a 1 p a rl o rs o v e r M 00 re & See 111 a n's- store, Oregon, Mo. All 11. n.tit 1111 proved methods and :;ppliat.tt t- in use PRICES REASONABLE ! "JOES PLACE,' 112 North Second Street, First Door South of Lutsc s ST. JOSEPH, - - MO JOE I1PPENHEIMER PropT. Finest Liquors, Choicest Cigars, Fresh Beer on Tap, Good Pool Tables Wk (meaning Uimself and his nart) contend that free and unlimited coinage by the United States- alone will rni6 the bullion value of silver to its coinage viiiuc, nnu ttius make silver bullion ivtir-h per ounce in cold through. out tho world." These urn tho exact words uttered by Mr. Rrvun. in iict-ent ing tho nomination of the Chit-:u:i cim vention. :it f Mmlicxfin futi.-irik f!nviiu.i WM, KAUCHER, J. P. ?K AurubI I-M. If Mr. Rrjnn'H r rs c - 1 1 n&"tr--"i'"i 1"1 u nt 11 in iiiuKi: Miner mm rensiun Dusiness a opeciaiiy. dinicuit mgetas gold, u-cauen it win . 1 oe worm goui. anu me l.-irmer 01 labor- Ullice over .:ichnliin s lirocery Sttire. ORKCOX. MO. I extend a cordial invitation to my nmnv Holt counlv friends to remember r.ie whon in the city. J. R. KEARNEY, DDVCTPim enipvnir Dr. W. H.C. Sterrett, CORNING, MO. Oregon, Mo. Office North rooms over P n Proud'a drug store. Residenca fW door east of Schulte Uros. Dr. A. V. Suwver. Il.-tvinir uiil vnnr i,... tlflc-s. ami sav I am direil nt iilreraiinn ur 1 1.. uterus. Kesp't.. Mrs. E. Lease. St. CIdikI.MIiiii. Kol.lbyT.S.IIInde. All calls answered promptly day or I thing. Office over P. W. Wnlter's store IVAN JtliAIIt, Lawyer and Notary Puiilic, MAITLAND, MO. Office in Broad Gauge. Hani Times. Is it the scarcity of money which makes hard times, and, if so, what makes money scarcer Xo, the scarcity of money in this case does not make hard times. Money is scarce because the times are hard, in stead of the times being hard because Don't trifle away time when ou have cholera morbus or diarrhoea, r ight them in the beginning with DeWitt's Colic.t Cholera Cure. Vou don't linve to wait for results, they are instantan eous, nnd it leaves the bowels in health v condition. Sold by T. b. Hinde. ISiicklcii'.s Arnica Ssilvc. The Rest Salve in the world for cuts Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Sail Rheum Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup, tions, and positively cures PilfF, or no pav required, It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or monoj refunded. Price 25 cents per. box. Fur sale by Clark O. Proud. Dr. O. W. Holmes I says mat mu.ii': n 1111 1 v-r sovereign 1 balm. And so it is, thank Mercy, ! for sore spirits. But for the actus, pains and weaknesses of the bodv 'Johnson's it?l!afoui-.a. I'Uuttr isbet- tor. It sooihts, warms, comforts I and heals. It sw'is oat the causa of 1 the trouble and sets it risht. It coa- ) tains virtues old as lestory, yet ncrer , Dcioro so comi'insd as to no ot tno . highfst pract:(:d effi.acy. Note tho Red Crosu ou all tiis geatiice. ilr.i.facturnii: Cbcru'fte, Ktw York. 0 ; Sore Eyes, Weak Eyes g 21-JXTX.ABbIEIJ EYES. 9 SAlo styes, tumors, granu-2 g JLT?0NS, UIX'EKATIOS, etc. rr. . .KK.VTLYOrjRED BY 2 JSOKSGtt'S I Y5 8ALVE.I aSlrltd. J) ictrtrin'fly. T5nk0 i- rt. I'nll'nr i'.y-y-.- J,.".:t,rcl. C e I Jr i'Hes, Fever Rnr?, ) --tl ZianCs or Salt Xheum.'? mg man will mII I.i whtal or labor on tho gold standard, an befor. If Iiih legislation is going to mniritain a irold stiindard, surely tho Populists of tho county, btate nnd nation don't want it. I TO CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND THE EAST VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE. Tho traveling public is mire to lin.l the Lest fast veMibuled trairs to tho east via the Burlington Roiili-. Handsome now ciiinnartmeiit k!im (tamo rate as standard slm i er.-j. chair cars (seats free). Kanniw Cit nnd St. Joseph to St. Jjouis: standard slee chair cars and dining cars "pay for what you order" to Chienun. Tr.k thn "Vestibuled Kb" to Chicngj. and ll.o "Vestibuled Limited" to St. Louis. Ask Agent for tickets via the Burling ton Route. L. W. Wakki.ey.G. P A Vi.vk IIovkv, Agent. St. Ixmis. M.. rorest City, Mo. Ik. .'j ZZll. IT AT 35 CERTS. Decorators. We are practical decorators ami nnnnr hangers. Wp have tho larxrest and tin.t complete line of samples of wall paper, all or which aro the very latest in de eigns for the spring trade. Any one de siring to see our sample nr.d Li-t prices, can do si by calling on us or dropping a postal nnnl t our nddress, when we wilt call at your residence whether in tho city or country. Aim-lcton & Frekmax. Wall Decorators. Oregon, M". Farm for Sale. lfiO acres ltf miles east cf Orpeau. good 4 room brick dwelling and put buildings, good bearing orchard. gorl cistern and stock well. Call on or ad drees W. H. Sterrett, Oregon, Mo.