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   Oxford Mirror, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1881, Oxford Junction, Iowa                               OXFORD JUNCTION. JONES CO IOWA. THURSDAY JUNE L'3. 1 88 1. NO. 33. TJl'tt Oxford MilTOl', Kl-ir.nfi.-r. o-arBuminv-.school, end liko tu G3O F CHOUGH P'op. i 1 w.m.lon-il IHroiiRll Iliu llaVO J'OUr 1III1UC for 11 live i i- i i Tt rpi 1 Make it said Sl.-dgc, iu a very Published Every Thursday, 1 1 rtBttl thu I'liHwjilji, uiiil paiil IKM! T7" H Tijne 1 "l- Oh, you replied be l Thc.vlnnl tllflt glVOtb, yOU know, lelllletll, and bo W IVHiaiM v.li.. tu I't'n forth."   hiiiux-u.ti ami jinu 'r'IK roully ten orighially niliu, Twi'.'ill.'villu Olmrcli tliiTO wsis n Bcllsn- tllo tiiliili )iiu inlrn-.liiiTiI lo uvml.i I' tiiill. l.nu liu.'M btt iluivii :is one of ii riiliciiliiiit Inw Unit iiviiivriliial niliu- t i.. tin. nn.l Imnli'iit-ljciirlcil Lul uis KUO if wo uauuol got in, niiionn lliu iuoviln'-ily ilnumo.1 siiul, nml I will aliinv yim." Ih'ii.ii.inl'1. :im! nil iMii-n- .r n.. tliongh lie lind (l.-'lU! well by iii.1 clnu-cli He weul. to tile lionso by uiul re-' n. on.l hi it, i.lioy liu.l long inrne.l wll'n the hoy, Ihu YoaiTil'-il.i fince come to tile .'oinihisiou tlisit iho tiiliiiiii u denp in the pio-rpi Ti n P lit" P-iTfii-Tf VoiH-rulilii HU'ilpp oiml.l mil li.! in.iiit.iil pose.l leasini. i ine h, 0. a IN. i tii ns ir ,Viti, IMIIK, Is l'i'  i.i i1 uppoint.'.! to on Ijini nml grasp inul slip bis i.-. 7 ..'i'r.'n in I''' lulu wilh liiiu on Mime pniclices Unit tin! K.'.lu.-tive !i i n. would tl.ey li.'iji liim to TIIUK'. "Tlie pinsmvivt. up on Ihi-liounls t l'Jl- liny monil lie met tliem wilb yon.ler. Westniul ul tliis eiul of the r i1 :1 invili-il Ilioiil lo n litlli! nlley, uii.l, llmnvilig liie bulls, knoiA u something (w'nieh, domi us ninny ol' Hie pins us wn eiin, I'lvLin' DIVISION. I imiliuiriy tosuy. tluy mnl HIIMI: wl'ii il.m'll ihu must win M.ii] i" fo l''ey to siiy, ;ojil, without thu giinio.'1 M M.V.Y.V.' 'i'.i1 -n-liwl liu-in if n-r.'.iin Tim looked ut Hie Jio uam.-.l f.n- sid.-, seu.ling Se.lne'.ive ami i.'wi :il I'...- i'. them bficli wilh the. lUis'inilien Illil'- bo nnin tbiit ov.-n. d tin- I'ile.i, w'i" bii'l r-n-i i-.'.' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'....'....'.'.M--'. i. thought livislioiilil Imv thill pe-.v, whii-li eomo in to g.-t :t un. Iio diil nt Ihe bniii-d, :ind Ili.-u lie tried fo 1 bivisioN Tlio Virlicrniiio joined tho lift the liall nijuin, inuiiiiii- uwkwr.1 A..... those knew work of it. r. nut M.u un.v "If you tliink thor.-'d nilliiiis nlnir.S') in him, new wero wrong in suid the Win-ruble Sli'ilg." vi All "'-'i.i' of ii won.l.-rlnl trunsfoi unit ion. to the Hc-dnc.live Deui'.ili. "t I ..1M-.-H 1. Jli.s jnlu's, in wiiiuli still nhoilld like to roll not if i'. Vil.l.s, in.lnlged, were no Inugor lli.i fruit of there's nny burin in il, yon know. I A' Jovilv. but of llllioi'en: pliiyflllni'.-.s, mid lieve I I'Ollld kllunk :ill the pins down hislungli, whieh, hi-l.TO wns uliek." KISCKi.j.AXhOl oiitwurd expression of some uneleiiu They did look for tho man T -v- D spirit, uow ivus .he of :i ehi'cr- hudslood up the pins like n litlle nrmy, ANM) SCliliTiilM. AH fill temper. nnd there they were, us if i-linltangiux i Oxlonl Xhoro M'Os il pienie in u [iiovo, got up the prowess of the Sledgo i.M. l'..-.v.i. for iMeeljition mid b.Mielil. of thu uii.l the Kcduetive Deueou Tung. enw. sm.Jl fry the parish, in..1. old wi-rc Ucacon ho r.oi ci'Ui'iiU'r thiT' KDOTOIE: HOSTETTER, nil inviliiil lo iiiuilKOl to Iho young r.-oulil bo thu h'nst hiirin in it, and Surjjeoiia, prweiico and by and they nil posed Hint they should roll jnnl for went, the SYnl'rubleKledgoiimopglhem. nport, the ono who knocked down tho It deliirhlful to see him trudging least to pay M cents for tho use of popular i', inees, only a eon-sjiieii'i'.n aet'Mlg wilieii are the IJiitish C.ai t-r, Ail-.l.'iail .lio Kaion (.'..i-onal of ilu- Swedish Sword and iiiiu or two ..we llmir titles to more or less eiirioiishistoricid Ooail Wom.in. Wlivuri. of fulls, olcll'fnlkslhal von are well Ten 1. lie ils all ..ailM'd in llie lirst place ij labilnal no ,I.m milly caused deranged ki.lm-ys and liver 'he sure cure for is llu-c.-Inaled Ki.lncy-woi-l. It is also a sprcili, ,-ine.lo for nil ki.lney anil liver .lisenn-s I'linusaiidsurecured'liy it i-yrry in.inl i i'ry il at Tjr T, towar.'. t.'ve depoi. with lias- nlli-y. i u-ilh rooil tiling. Kvell the dogs looked nt first nuilting on hai..l then m :w llo-TCUl movedtir.it one iiml then tile T. W. H. TlmrStOD, ,m.l (oll.mvd him ii few slops, us if look- nUjoiiilig down nnd slumling up, Af-o'remli iug for mi invitation, and tlien ran nway, (.losing one eve ui.d Ihe other, li.-lnu? uad niiiloiilituilly re- llinislhiKnnl. his IOIIKIH- i-.nd ii iu-'.'-diir'-w.irl; .I.i "i.'V lo aomo all of niee caiellliition. At hist T, Hulibiiib" Miuniulit Oil. In llie Times of recent n-r an iifin to the i .pli.'t cure "f a pniiiiiiii-nl Idn.-'.la: I eilv. .1. M IH.1IIIII1VI1 ami .Mniris had IHU av.l'll'. ol' the A" St. .l..eoli- nil al nioitiing was well and J. G. BATES other parish. Tho pionie win n gr'.'at drew a linn mi i'-ie. pms; but the ball AT LAW, nlluir. Tho spongo-eake nud ilongliilllla shee.rd s.nd he :u id- p lin.r r.iih :o t were tho lighte-t that ever wore made, of il, inm-h lo lii.- i.u.rliii.- -li.ui. Tho i .'.Iniilia 'liil.'--. el.-. iMiivoj-uiraiiiio llio speeehen worn very ut ni-xv lime he liil the. pi" "ill I'- loasl. Uu-ollililrwi tliimglit so-andtho vehe.nenee 11, ,1 i.e. .Iriv-..... duy parsed nominally happy, though ill ing it through end of tin, have a speedy and pnsiliiv. cure to !.itairh, Diplillieria, Canker Mil an, acli.-in Klnl.ill's IMiM-.lv. A inii-c.lor free withraeli holll.-. t if v.iii desire health ami sweet bn-at i .111 Sulil It. Is DRaGS.Mc.DlClN.ES, CHEMICALS PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. DYE STUFFS. LAMPS CHiXKEY. t'lKi; TOII.KT HOAV, FAHCV HAIII AHD TUOTU lliuifiiiFH, AMII TUILUT AHTIUI.KS, TKUHKKH AND BllOUUIKR IlllACKH, ETC. A FULL LINE OK HC1JOOL HOOKS. Fhyfllcinnji PrcaorlpUoDU AccnxaMr Compounded. ATT AW ivalily alltlml thought anything about thunoxt time ho ,lv.l m bringing T iiiTiniion'. it, evvr sinee wcru invented, down two. to tin nwelves it was a bore, lo bo MJIycycBl" Mid he, when ho Ihe ills of humaii liii- proceed Iron 1 torpiil and liver, rtllbmil I lii'in no longer while Sellers l.iver Ko great is the rrpnsoil in Ayer's 1 1'ills l.v HIIIM- wlio have given ll I a trial, that the coiiMiniplionol'l heei alinosl belief, far execi-.iiin; any preeedclll. They blood, improve Ihe up-peliie, ]iromote n-stnrc healthy action, ami regulale function. They 'i'liey pleasant to take, in their operation, yet tlioroUL'li, scarcllillg and powerful in subduing ._..-.-- toleruteii, bunuiiil, foi tho uiku of lllo ,iono. it looked easv Wililn, children. Tho Ueneou earefnlly Se-I- Th0 Venerable Blcdge thought torn bis position, gave wllil" that ll0 wiui Bhort ran, and n largo portion of Motbera I Motuoni 1 Are yon dislurbed at niglit and lirokel of yonf rest by a sick child liuflering am crying with the excnicialmg puin of cutting twlli? II gontouco nml get bi.tllc of Mra. Winslow'a soothing ayrup It will relieve a i r littlo mifferer im mediately, depend upon it; there is n mistake ulmnl il. There in not a motile on earth who has ever it, who wi nol tell you ut once that it will regulate till! bowels, and give rest to tlio niothc and relief and health to tlm child, oniayi-ting liko magic. It is perfectly safo t use in all ami plcswuiit fo the lasto and is the preseriplion of our; of tin) oh cut and best female physicians and nlirsi. in the United States. Bold everywhere 25 cuutH a W. XiSVTJrrOp, Cr.pouhagen with il truly dolightfnl tem- wns nliko und the third a. per, Imt i'.t last his laugh wus forecd and mucU S0i lho Seductive Ueacoi legs worn wcmy hia iii.tieuce gave ii'r. '-sir out, iinda large blaek ant, muvling up "Youuronnolil playerntlt, iijtveiiMich pk-iwure in rL-minmendinf; Tie lo our IIH au absolute l Malaria. ThomanufactnrcrH'nnmo i.lrnii! is a of ita inbrit. IltiCU8at25 ctnta ]ier hoi. FornarticularBfloo 3PrfiE.lt MattttS, ono   it VO1I wiu tl, who sin. to. Saiii.raeti.iu eta, as if ho wcro trying to keep some- pliy that wo Imvo Shop in basemen! of the thing from jumping out. llio Veuerablo the Snnday-hdioo1 fund, 1 am monlh, and hcail acliu. Wilh each In.i-' tie there is an mi'cninlls nasal injector for 1 i llie more successful treatment of 111'-.-, 1 !r.'implaintH without extra chaiifc. Tr-cc y cents. Hold by l.in.iM-y II..H-I'. Bleilgc roar.icil ahout nice a iK-.rlurbeii to ,lo it. What 'itmmv spirit, whistling Ever be nn Dnuaiii wmled, for The eipeii AC.-TlON'i'n' Will -iiiuu.l cltlicr injunction in wide contrast with his real ru n..ls a i, -lii-i- m.-di feelings. The dayl.ad reined very [t 1.. IT. I'.li.irV, Itenu-dy. I An. long to him, but he knew it must corno .-.n-i.i.: mn.i and puniiaiii-nlly ealarrl toanend-holmdnever known ono to lho selionl as nT-nwn-ttV r-n kei-p morn than lAvelity-four honrs-imd lleside, it trlliJU-UitJi at the rolleetion had a touch of joy in it. A between Ui.-msehe.-., il of (I. K. him Vl.lK...Mt ;1 C. ,vould see by bin tel, tho S! Tung, hta arm, "wo o[ Orpllio N tl ,ru aro about tukiiJg up :i coutribution for IL> Wamuitu bonglit unil Kidney Ten is a 1. I. It i-, ii s..e, ili'i-IIM'iofllie ki.lll.-l-. Y :m l.-l 1 virlnc. if California T, a for It will ali.l cine von. Ti a package of A. T. llciiiib and ,-oi Vlliceil. mcdicincK oi'DuNOAil Dici: ar for eh.gancc, purity, and icli. bility. Their Sniillitino Keidlitx, I'owdcr. are lui plcwuint ml Lemonade, Their Ko are world famouH. Kco   

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