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TFlE SEjSTTI stel.
TiiKi'nTTixu is published eviry Friday
B;-Hilr. -t 51-50'a year In advance.
A irrtNtajt rntei famished ok applic ith-n.
Address all eorrtminileatlwns to
E-nrftFi at TiiS f-'osTornrn ai tritrr.o:;
V.o.. ab k"OX !-Ci.ss .Matt Kit.
cvnTcox, mo., )ECKM.i:naj, isso.
Miis. LMt. Kul'ogg i-s Hie first lady
to practice at the Imr" iu Kmsas, she
Laving been admitted last Wet!?, aftvr
passing a ver- creditable examination.
A Canadian paper reports that an
TrKhroidentof Pembroke, being about
to rvtum t Ireland, sold his wife anil
family for $1K) to a fe low 'ountrman.
Formal articles weiv signed.
Mus. Joncs.thc wife of a wealthy far
mer near Independenee,Mo.,attempted
last week to fill a lighted lamp with
kcniKcti. Mrs. Jones lived several
hours, but her two children died iinmc
dia'clv. There is already talk of an extra
session of Congress, which, if it be
comes necessary, will bo due to Dem
ocratic stupidity as usual. That parly
teems determined to make its exclusion
from power for the rest of the century
an a' solute ccitainly.
Financial journals in both London
and New York assert that it is a mere
question of time, and a short time,
when the Hank of France is forced to
the payment of silver on current de
mands. The effect of such action
would be felt in all the money markets
of the world.
TiEFOKE e'ection the mud-Mincers L
rharged'General Garfield with being
a sliarper, and with having enriched
Mmclf through corrupt practices
T.hile in Congress. Now they are try
ing to prove that ho hasn't the finan
cial abilitv to manage his own affairs,
Jimcli "q-s those of the Nation. The
lmid-slingers can always concoct a lie
r the occasion.
YnE report is prevalent though we
cKr-not know how mneh ground there is
for if that the Jegi-latnre which meets
"in January will abolUh or consolidate
this Judicial District-thereby lcgisla-iin-.1r!tlHft.K(?llpv
out of ofiice. This
isforrrrencebeeaosc he walked away j
tr'th Hip Dnmneratie canaiaaie at uie
.... . . -i i
Uie e'ection. Their idea seems to be
that we must either have a Democratic
judge or none at itfl. If they carry out
.their scheme it will be-a great outrage
.slid will certainly react on them in the
future. We will keop our rf aders post
ed on the matter, anything of the
kind is attempted.
' . CltAip, THE IN'OCEXT'
. We are very sorry to sec, in tSu last
lniniberTof the Rock Port Mail,
mi t "itorial on the late con
gressional contei-t in this district,
vfhieh reflects no credit on cither the""
1 cad or the heart of the editor. We
1; id come to regard the Mail as an nn
"T.siially fair paper, considering its pol
. ilics ; and hence our surprise and re
jjreta! the article to which we allude.
ri-i l r "1 .i I.-...,.....
juuiuuu unni u. jj;nuii.i.-i uui.u;u
Craig and Ford in regard to their man
xicr of acting, to secure the certificate
-ef election, in which Ford is made to
appear as a man devoid ol all honor or
principle, while Craig is represented to
be so giiile'css Hat butter won't melt
in his mouth. The Mail is either very
badly informed or is endeavoring to
wilfully diiccivo lis readers. Craig has
been known fer a quarter of a century
us a tnety politician, ready to change
bis principles to suit the occasion, at
r.ny lime, and always prompt to avail
himself of any chicanery to advance his
own intcrcsts. So far as the recent
.1 1 I 1. T . I .7 -
ri r" i iv"i l i ! 1 1 1 1 ' i ri i i-i i ill' i f 1 1 1 1 in;, mri i
investigated the matter far enough to
Ascertain that gross frauds had been
perpetrated by his adherents in several
counties, and that Ford knew of Ihcml
A contest would have brought all
these things to light and largely ;fii
rrcascd Ford's majority. Hence, Craig
makes a virtue of necessity and p ays
tic rolu of injured innocent. Bab,! It's
The Best Newspaper.
During the past few weeks improrc
rarnts ' have tcn made in The
rening Chrcn'cle, St. Louis. Tire -
ourths of its former staff, which at Cist
vrasmade np only of available men, and
necessarily not tho best, hare been
changed for Hie- better. From the
first rank of-St. Louis- journalists these
recruits hnvo been picked. "Good
salaries and good work," is the motto
that has been adopted by the managers
Tho feature of state news, wlficlr at
first was necessarily crude, has- been
greatly improved upon. This depart
ment lias ben put under the charge of
a'capab!e-statc cditorwhoby tbc-aid of
rvlarfjc corps of corrcsnpodents has niadc
the department one of the most ad
inrrable features of tho jj.iper. It Is
1.-.ilv filli-i! with the frailest news from
various points throughout thciwp spates
iif Illinois and Missouri. throuX'U the
medium of tho telegrsph, and joA.
iirtlirr imnrovements in this UejTart-
luent are f romised. ' .
The Chronicle market repo-ts aro
now tho latest and most reliable pub
lnhrd in tho city. Another improve
ment has been made in the telegraphic
of hR naner. The Chronicle if
no receiving telegraphic now fiom
both the press associntians.
The ge-tlemarf who up tthe present
ii'ne has acted as Washington cer
rwpondent for the I'hioago Times, has
btan cn"aged by The Chronicle ami
will durfng th coming winter furnish
this paper with the latest- and most
reliable news from the national capital.
iA" special correspondent of The
Chronicle at Jefferson City will also
keen its- readers inform dot- tho latvst
nd best news from that paint during
lie mming session of the legi latiin1.
The Chronicle has now coasted to be
jtn experiment asd has become even a
a jiheugmenal success and a permanent
forliir nf icmrimllMll in St. I)UW. AI-
logelhcr, it is lws than fivo montln, ld
rcl it ha attainrda ciivulation exceeded
Drug Store at Craig, Mo., his
HEAD QUART IE IRS
for the-iioxt month, where he' will keep
ever brought into North Missouri.
A Nice Ti:,
A Nice Ha),
A Good Clock,
A Warm Wrap,
An Elegant Suit,
A Pair of Shoes,
The King of
the winter months
and the month of all the
year that ushers to I he World
Christmas Day; the dawn of which will glad
den the hearts of both old and young. Kris Kring'c in
his mantled robes will appear in all his g'ory bedecking tho
nianil--pieec and illlinz brimful the tinv stockings that are awaiting his
nrriral. Finrin.iv mix mmn nml wIk.h
eventful day and the familv gather in thu
J scanty means as an apology ti one another, they must blame themselves, ior
Jticir.,:5llleirex ScAlld.01H011, Ox'OJi'Oll.
can bri?itcn every hnne, and send forth glad tidmjjtf ol
great joy to every household. See our holiday display.
lias come all
the way from
replenished , .',
o n r store
' '.' ' with' mai.y '
tilings tliat itrc nseful -:ts well as exceedingly'
ornamental that can be bought from us
for small sutnsdf money. We cordially invite
everybody to come into our store and lok and
' examine thethings that the man has brought .
''us who is 1B84 years old! and'then evcryboily.
who wants- .
an Over Coat.- '
a pair of .
(Itovbi or a
pair of Hoots,'
; , " fo .examine'
aud price ' '' . . .
them. Wc; "u
thank all our' ... '' .
friends for' .
the patron- t
4 age they ' '
have given lt '''
! us in the past . s -
andweliear- ( lt
tily solieit ' . '
them to con- .
to us in the
future. Everybody is
raniestlv rcnuestcd to give us
(boginners in busir.ess)their patronage
loiut unti wn linvn fot il fair start, t'omri
in one and all and give the
West'side Public Square,Oregon, Mo.
Are prepared to offer special inducements to
CASH ' BTJY"EiS'
And Prompt Paying Tsade, m
Fancy Goods and Notions.
Silks, Velvets and Fur
order to reduce
Canton t lannels, cnawis,
Cloaks, Felt Skirts,, etc.
Wc also keep a first.el.isi line of
Call and ee-n; before bnjing jour
and wo will sli'.w as line a Uneand nl as
any house north of St. Joseph.
CUTLERY. fiLOVES, HiSlESY, ETC
Efemembcry GLENN'S BRICK BLOCIC, TJJain
the finest stock of Holiday Presents
Handsome Dress Patterns,
A Good Pair of Boots'
A Pair of Kid Gloves,
A Silk Handkerchief.
A Comrortable Hood,
A Rich Lace Collar.
A Handsome Cloak,
ilw. im liinuj niMii tho morning ot tlic
ehimncy-corner to meditate upon their
. . f i
Dutch a tremendous hig lift.
our large stock of
Ghissware. - Qucensware, and Table
prices and ' as kilid treatment a
When the Republican? control cd the'
Senate the Democratic euitors used to j
make an annual howl frverthe report of
contingent expenses? and dwell on the
number of penknives and caKcs of soap '
used as a proof of Republican extrava
gance. e now have the report oi
the contingent expcnses'of a Democrat
ic Senate, and they are more open to
criticism than those of Republican rule.
Never has there been such an assort
ment of fancy articles purchased for th
itationery rooms, and there are charges
of fifty-seven cases of Apollinaris water
at $8 50 per case, 300 quinine pills, a
quart of quinine tonic, and plentiful
supplies of toiUt soap, bay rum, and
cosmetics. Democratic editors will
find the report interesting reading, if
thev will recall their comments on its
? Prospectus of the
A JOURNAL FOR THE PEOPLE.
In inviting again the attention, and
claiming the support, of the people of
the West and Southwest, the'-lmbu"'1
ers of the MISSOURI REI'L'RLICAX
recognize the spirit of the demands of
this present era an era marKott uy ucep
ening intensity of thought, research, in
quiry, and expectation an era of mar
vellous intellectual activity and. achieve
ment, and, in our favored country, at
least, of aroazinir material deve'opment,
and prosperity; and they promise tn
keep those great marus oi uie innss iu
constant view in their effort to make the
RBL'UHLICAX at once a faithfuljmirror
ami an effective arcnt of the interesting
civilization in which we are living. As
usual, politics will receive a due share
of attention, and the course of public
events, and the attitude of parties, both
in this country nu aoroau, win u,i
watched witk diligent interest; and
whilo it will continue to be.an advocate
of the guiding principles of Democracy,
the co-eqiwlity ol tho Mates, uio rigms
of lotal self-government, the largest
liberty of citizens and communities com
patible with public order and the gen
eral weal, and the limitation of the nil.
tional authority to those fields where it
can be rost benignly exerted for Ihe
common advantage of all tbestates and
tho whole people the REPUBLICAN
will not be a mere, partisan junrnal ; it
will endeavor to treat the Republican
national administration with the utmost
fairness, giving duo credit for its wise
measures and acts, and reserving cnti-
cim and oonosiiion only for its sec
tional and unwise policies. Recognising
tho just claims and interests of the
GreatWest. the REl'l.'RLICAN will
aim to be a vigilent defender of these
claims and interests demanding from
congress Itol appropriation? for the
improvement of our rivers, favoring
railroad building, organized efforts for
immigration, manufacturing'., trade,
improvement in farming methods and
outfits and, in one word giving a cor
dial co-oneration in all enterprises that.
promise to expedite the inevitable ad
vancement ofthe Mississippi valley to
the ascendancy of population, wealth,
intelligence and power.
The denartmeut ol scneral ami spce-
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and additional and effective arrange
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(lay's domgi at home ana Mroau, iinu,
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LADIES AND CENTS,
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS
AND GO TO
Popular Wholesale and
All are rcspcstful'y invited to call
HARNESS,.. SADDLES, COLLARS,
and everything pertaining to a first-c'ass
of Light Harness, Ladies', Gent's and Boy's Saddles. The oulyshop in the
county that Manufactures .1 R STONE'S
Skirt Loop Harness. I use the Best PitUburg Oak-Tanned Harness Leather and
employ .only Skilled Workm n. AH work warrantad and guarantee satisfac
;ion in prices. Come one, Come all.
at Forest City, Mo.,
Red Front store,
at the following prices:
10 vtls jrood lark Prints $1 Shawls from 50c to S3.
Dress Dclanes 12 l-2c a ytIL.atIics Cloakrt, 3.7S.
SILK, AND SATIN TRIMMINGS,
LADIES' AND MISSES' WOOLEN HOSE
rLANNLLb. ALL MKUS,
We want your trade and if Fair Dealing, Good GopiU, and Low Pricos wi
. lire your trade, wc will get it. .Our
ully Warranted. , Also Overshoos, Gloves. Yarn and Zephyr.
Highest Market Price -Paid for Country Produce..
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35100 A MONTH SirKAS
or umau la'etrry A gl "Sfi TTTIC; Hir
trftrti:wlint JiSJiJCjLtJji X3 nnl.nr,
siirfChlelil' rHiiin...irfi, luiMrtiiwIjr iiMiiNriufl ttl-
Svil, f -r rlirnUim n'nil t.raui f-r Tlitf i'eile
V.t.lraniiiMimtiil lrm ill Ills. SJla
T..ir. '.iiiu'l-fn-e fr.rsnii1 ura m-ntl r r lo cei.li.
V...Xl;Wr i I a, IIMM JrrliM, 1-ktU WI,bU. ,r rMtmf, HI.
By the law."! of ILinsos" women havo
Hie same property.ijslits as mgp.
Holt; County, Mo.
and examine my very oomplete stock o
WHIPS, ROBES, BLANKETS, BRUSHES,
COMBS, HARNESS OIL
Harness Shop. I carry a full line
ZURICHPLAIDS, 16 2.3c,
LUSTER POPLIN, 16 2-3o
MEN S BOOTS, $2.00 a pr,
MEN'S SUITSf$7. 50,
MEN'S SVERCf ATS, $4,
Stoek is Complete. e keep tne
Taken up liyG. E. H.irnr.ml jKNti-d before
J. II. Miller, a Justlrc ol the lVace Ul Fnrbe
1ovnnlilii.lliiltcimnty.llo on tlif Mil ilajr "
l)rcinl)-r. liuo. uaeHlran berry roan steerjbout'
6 rears olil': about 4 fi-rt fi lnclis hls'a with MiaSST.
LrJMw (Suver aud Mark Oxtlrey.
i J MillLLEl J.r.
.-- : : :
Taken up by A. IL Weltou and posted btfore
' t" Mnlr.a Justice Of tile ira.c In Itleelotir
t(!Wl!!llillUl nJ!t CUHty. u,,.. on the Bia d.iy
0f ij,c'iiibT, issa. one- white -j-yrar-uld steer:
marked with a rnp oil ot the nsht ear aud a
l'"'e I" tUelelt : no other Marks or brands. A p-
w H Slcui.J.f.
fiTakcnupby rYter Karalur and posted be
fore the uudenhened. ajtrnic of tHe peace In
ItlKdow township, UoU couniy.Mo.. on the lt:h
day of Deceiuber. IsSo. one ytirlhiB heifer m.M
ly white, with somi? red snots on Ihe neJi.
M.-irknl with a swallowfork in each ear. A-
linlsed at SU by Conrad Lebt anil l'hlllp Klic
fngt-r. W II Jluin. J. r
Taken up by A B irelton aud iosted before
the miUersizned a Jtisth-e of tba peaca iu lllxe-lim-
lewiiship. Holt eounty, ilo.. ou Ihe cth day
of 'Deesniber. lfSO, one ml ycarllup "rteer, :
white f -.head and less, marked with a split It;
both e!its and an uudi-rhit In the right aud
branriod with the letter's" ou frit hip. Ap
praised at $S by II K btewart and H At Stout.
irn jiciK, j r.
Taken cp by A B ireltun. and posted before
thr imrtersieiied aitli-eortnepeace Iu liige
Inw township In Holt county, llo., on the eth
dsv- of Dor einber, lsso. one red and'Hi' fa siMit
tud hplfer ; head and neck ehlePy red : split In
left ir and crop oft of rhrliL Appraise J at !
.Taken nn by KL Jackson and posted before
th.-uu. wigned. a justice of the peaci In Illite
i.ivtuwnil.li. Unit muutyJIoiii the eth ila
of December. iNjo.me senrltBe helfif a roan
lih color : crop 1 T-Tln rilit r and brand
ot'nitb the letter "011 rlcht hip. Appraiaed
M 811 by J LCbuningand Nathan n'umlcy.
STRAY NOTICE. j
Taken up by A B irelton. ami jxwpd before,
the undenlencd a lustire of the ueace la Illire-
luw tuwtislup. Holt county, lln. on tlie eth day 1
lywar-old steer : some whtxi In for-A-ad. !i 1
marl' or bmuiiM. Appraueo :jMi uyti r.
ate wart aim 3 t mom.
TT llalrjllt, J, P.
T:iVan on hv A It ITelton. anil
the undcmlisn za, n JiKtlre nl Xh
Ipw towtuhip .-J(olt count, ir
of December. 1iW. one red aud
Id steer :
bin but cannot be understood. AVrahWd at'
SU by II It Stewart ans H M Jtout.
Taken tip by MichaelMay r)fd posted
Imfore T. J. Wilkinson, a justice of the
peace in Lewis Township of Ho t coun
ty on the 18th day of December 1830,
the following decribed property: one
white, cow eight yoars old, no marks
or brands, anuniisea at fifteen dollars .
Also one whito oow four yars old and '
1....1 :.i ..te ..I 1. 1 I
iiiarKuit u 1111 emji tin ui cuuu uiii uini
under bit in right, appraised at fifteen
T. J. Wilkinson, J. P.
UUlai ,irdilrcrl. rus
lot. f .klnlf . rrJ ttamf
f. r r.U r.-lM.luk rr. Carlto
nvtlMl M - rhi..x 111
nrinmo wiKren kvehywherE.
iiuClll 1 O GOOD PJITI STBiUrFXTLOtSUatl
BELLIXO THE STAXniBD JGKXCLTUILIL 8001,
Farming For FroSt.
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