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Scnntur Ingalls of Kansas notoriously
Jrisscssos a very venomous tongue. Hut
ie 1h ix brilliant rascal, mid, m n rrrent
interview with a reporter of tho heaven
worth 'I'ltims, he photographed Senator
Colliding moro correctly than wo have
.ever before sunn. Wo copy a portion
.of tlio interview:
Tin: UKfimi.tOAN itki.inu.
IIiw do the Itnpubllcnti Suiuitoi's feci
regarding the resignation of Mr. Conk-
ling? Thoy genurnlly regard the resign
ation nsnn liidefeiisil)le,!nexeti'.:ille and
illogical act for which no sensible ivaMiu
enn ho given and no good ariiunicni of
fered u senMitionnl,clilldish, ihinttlcal,
mock lii'rnlu display of III humor, woun
ded Yaiiitynnd offended arrogance mid
conceit. Withotl i! itisultutinn with elt -cr
political friend or foe, m far as is
known, hedcllDi-ratelv threw the oigani
zation of the Senate into the liamli of
the IJemocrais. It was the general be
lief at the li mo that the New York Leg
islature hail been polled In advance, and
that both t'onkling and l'latt were eel
tain of an iniuietliati' return; but even
Jlils judgment in the light of siib.suquent
events, appear to have hern premature.
It now looks as though the re-eleetioii
of these gentlumeii was deeldely dubious
AS OPINION OP CONKI.INU.
My opinion of Mr. Csnkllng is, said
thu Senator that hu is a great man in
many repects. Hu has been a conspic
uous aiiilaeou.manillng fr.etorln Ainer
lean polities for many wars, ami po.o-s.
es many cxliaordlnurvmtellectual ipiiil
ties but his character is detormed and
his reputation marred by pettv frivolous
affectations and manm-i-win elmdi
largely detracted Ironi his usefulness tu
a party leader. Ilonuurrelcd wlth(ien.
urnniuiiring the cailv rears of his first
administration until Ill's te mis were ne
edled to; liN relations to President Haves
were Uiom? ot unconcealed nvor.-ion and
ojien nosiiuiy- while his temporary
iiuiu ouii i ri-siuciii iianieid euileii a
soon as his wishes wore disregaided
Ho is on terms ot personal bustilitv
wlth many of his associates in the Senate
whilo his difficulties with Cordon
Lamar, HuriiHidonnd many others, both
Ilopublirans and Democrats, are a part
of the public history of the United
States Senate for the" pat live years."
me iiitti commencement of the
Northwest Normal school will bo held
In th ChrMlan ehiireh, Oregon, on
Jiiursiiay, .lime 111 h, 1881. Kxercises
will begin at 10 a. si. All are cordially
invited to attend,
Music Ha-ha, We've Stemmed the
Music Tlio Sweet Voice of Home.
Oration Self Heliancn. V. H.Laev
Hecilntion The Old School Teacher.
anisic touch me (.'entry, Father
j-.ssiiyAims for the Olrls. Inrn
uraium American Needs. March
Heeitation Walking witli the World.
Music Port and Peasawl. Snsie
Miller, Win. Zonk.
Oration Tralneil Labor. C. 0.
Music The New Year.
K-pny A Profession. Kmiim Cottrcll.
Miisle-Whiiii tlio Swallows Home
ward Fly. Carriollill.
Kssay I.ifu's Hattles. KHa O'FalTon.
Music On the Mountain, Life is
Animal Address -O. 0. 1UH.
Mu.sio-.Goml bye, ('ieulle
The Fourth at Maitland.
KniTOK Cot NTV PArr.it: We, the
citizens of Maitland, are making prep
arations for n grand celebration on tho
Fourth of July, There will be an ex
cursion train from St. Jixseph to ac
comodate tho intermediate points. The
Saxton Wiles of St. .To.-cph in (nil mil
form will be with us, making a feature
of our celebration. A (ordial Invita
tion is extended to the people of Ore
gi n and lower Holt.
Jy order of
That Gold Mine Again.
hniToit Tin; Cou.vrv l'Ai'Kit: It
lias been thu general belief that thu
jnospectlng for gold that was dono on
the plxcu belonging to Levi Croier
and thu place once owned by John Mo'
Intyre, was all done for a speculative
motive. No one believed thero was anv
gold thero nml 1 myself did not, anil
uven made derision of tho Idea, mid
have all along until now; but now 1 am
positive of tho truth of there being gold
in this locality, and In such quantitius
as to pay working It, and and here nru
my reasons : We havu some ducks and
as they were bothering Mr. Cromer's
small grain, wo decided on killing
thenvmknown to anyone but oursulv.i.
My wife's sister, Mrs. Morrow, killed
Ihoducks. I was In Uib timber at work)
'my wife was in tho garden. When I
came homo to dinner, Mrs. Morrow
called ino in and she bad tho gizzard ot
thu duck cut open, and eald there was
something in It that'shono like gold. I
examined It and found five pieces, three
very small pieces and two larger ones.
1 took out the largest pieces and linvo
them now. Thoy have been consider
ably larger, as thoy aro ground smooth
and long by the gravel that was In with
them. Tliu gold Is hero and In paying
quantities or one duck could not ilud
live pieces at oiicn. I believe if the
duck had liecu examined when he lirst
found the gold it would have weighed
llfty cents. It appears to bo very rich
and ioft. If it Is even hero who is man
enough to Ilud HP I shall also exam
ine, tho other ducks as wo Kill them aud
will report tojou. IhaD. Stoukiko.
' Oregon, Mo., May iipth, 1HH1,
variety ol White aud Colored Mull, While iuiiI Tinted Swiss and Organdies, Embroidered In Whlto and In
Colors. Newjine of Summer Silks at iile and ftUc a yard.
LADIES' SILK SUITS AT $8.00.
Handsome (ilugtiam An Its at sv.imi, worth ffi.do; French embroidered Mull Tics at 2c, worth COo.
HANDSOME LAWS SUITS,
Handsome variety of Ladles,' (Sentlemnirs and Children's IIosiery,lnSllk, Lisle Thread and Cotton :Largo Variety ol
,1 VPANESE PARASOLS,
Also dnnaneso Lanterns in iireat
Wo have huudicd.i of other pretty novelties and superb bargains In
livery Department to show those peop'r of Holt county
who 'favor us with a cull Mention thW miner when you call.
fio inui n:$
LAP OF LUXURY
Don't Take Our Word for It,
Hut conio and see. A largo and
Well hclected stock bought for Cash
to be sold at prices that will talk
Groceries, Boots, Shoes,
Wo are Agents for tho Celebrated
CHAMPION REAPER AND MOWER
Space forbids uvcii even an attempt at what wo carry. Hut wo have tho
r.Mvilw nviii'rtlitiiir vmt u-tml ill urlmid Hill utii.ntr fur 1 lifMtlunl VI.S. Produce taken
in exchange for goiiils at market prices.
HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON. Oregon. Mo.
The Kivsit tlirmiK of iniri'liiners who
have rrotviti'il our t"tuillhiiwht tlur
the past twit wt-rks uuve us more In iln
limn we t'oulit vull nmiuBf . Wu have
the Kilt WaiM Inn. faowrvrr, nf knimliiK
t'.nt nil witu rinillv alteuilril lo.aml
nim'i'liiteil lothe full extent tlieiiml
llyailil illiininliisiiriiui riirlii llpeii
Iiik. We will simply state to ,on Hint
imrllne nf HlirlnK Nnvi'ltles are tin
xunnissi'il la Hull county, full mul
!(! thu liiii't rniiiih-lti stiK'k of
HATS AND CATS,
anil (loiierat .Mcrehuiutsn I be
In II -It L'oHnty.
WELTY BROS. &
Down to the Guards!
THE CARGO FULL
AIX SATXS SET
TO CATCH THE POPULAR BREEZE!
Corsaut fc Meyer's
AUvnyH LojmIm In Tho lluco Ami Ih MUch Ahead of Al
Vt are now liornro (ho weojdo of Holt Counly with n largo and vory nt
raclivo stock of Kemly Made Clotliliiz, HaU, Caps, Hoot, shoes, (jouts Furnish-
IllL' (,00lH, '1 nillKs,. Vllllses. etc. Will maku nrlens n low n tM mul-,. It mi In, In.
Cumoiit for you to glvo us your patronage, l'leaso call ami oxnmmo our stock:
CORSAUT & MEYER7
Remember, GLENN'S BRICK BLOCK. Main St.
MOUND CITY, MO.
m Hundreds of pretty Into novelties Just opened with our new
stock, including Silk Lap Holies, Portego" Parasols, New
Surrali Silks In .Hlaek Satin Morveleaiix, and a beautful
variety, for ileeoratli'ir mirnoscs
1-2 eelix stkeet, st. Joseph, mo,
CO., Monufl City,
cum, mm & co.,
I)ld, May 28th, 1881, at Orogon.Mo.,
(live .1., infant son ot W. It. and Ida
Springer. Ho was born December LI,
1879, and was the youngest of a trio of
brothers, tho eldest loss than llvo years
of ago. About their happy homo the
three bright boys with their merry voic
es were tho hopo and joy of their fond
parents. Hut tho circle U broken.
Lutlo Cllvc, who by his extraordinary
aeutencss of mind was full of promise
for the future, had become tho prldu
nnd joy not only of loving parents, but
a host of admiring f l ien ls. His loss will
be deeply felt and many hearts beat In
sympathy with the allllctcd parents and
Tho pathway of llfo Is bes-ot with
many thorns, briars and poisonous rep
tiles, that wound and sting us constant
Ig in our pilgrimage; but Cllvc has
passed securely to tho other sldo a
promMng bud to bloom In tho paradUe
of Cod. (1.
Some lutcrusting scientific experiments
demonstrating the truth of the disputed
phenomena ol' clairvoyance hayo re
cently beon made by Dr. 0. M. Heard,
of The sensitive" was a lady, tho wife
of a lectureron mesmerism. A first ex
periment tailed, but on a second trial
tho lady, whoso eyes were coi veil with
cotton mul closely bandaged, was able to
name aecuratolyenrds drawn at random
from a pack and held by the Doctor
poti her foreho.'.d. She also read the
title page of a volume which the Doctor
took from his pocket. Other experi
ments with coarse print weru eipially
successful, but she wits unable to read
Dr. Heard calls the faculty trance
voyanco, and thinks that it may bo
developed to such a degreo that the per
son gifted with It can read entire pages
ot ordinary print held against tho fore
head. Tho lady, describing her sens .
tlouswhcn inttho traucevoyant state,
says that an electric light teemed to be
thrown forward from tho back of the
brain upon tho object held upon her
forehead, Illuminating It and enabling
her to sco it distinctly. A further study
of this eiirious power of reading with
out eyes will no doubt bo of great value
to the tlrvolnpmcht of the still rudi
mentary science of brain and nerve
action. Such experiments as those of
(r. Heard are heavy blows at the the
ories ot thu materialists who claim that
all mental action Is a physical pheno
menon depending on tho organs of
sensation. What power is it, will they
ell us, that reads coarse print when
tho eyes aro practically bllnilcd? Thorn
must be a faculty of perception In. tho
brain qultu independent of thu organs
of sight, which under crrtain rare cou-
litions comes into plav. What is it
that sees without the aid of optio nerve
or. retina? Hero Is a question which
opens a wide vnd interesting Held for
J. T. Tliiitchcr
of OiTirou, Mo., lias a sure euro for fe
vcr and a-ruc Wurruuteil to euro of
inonoy refunded. Sent by mail on re
eipt of mice. One ounce bottle, "oc;
two ounce bottle. 81. M.
CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA.
Tryit when all other romedlos fall and
Ret relief, lluy It of King & Proud, Ore
;on i France & Co., Forest City.
I will sell my farm 1
1-4 miles north
ot Xuw l'oiut, containing .some '22H aercn
. . si ... "
150 acres in eultivatlouand iriass;
youii; orcuaril of hoiuo 100 liearlii";
trees, u noro aro tliree wells, one cis
tern, nnd runnlnj; water, with jilcnty of
tniinor for lira wood. A goon iiwoiiiiig
with live l-ooms. tor terms imply to
tetters of Administration on the estate of
William. Htcwurt, deceased, wen Kninted the
miilcrsiKneii, .May iia, iki, ny inu rm
liiiti, I'linrt of Unit eoillltv. Alo.
All iiersoiis liiuinif claim aiiulast said estate
are reipitreit to exhlhlt llieiu for athmaneu to
Ihtiadnilnlstratur wllhiu onti car after tVcdntn
nfMiild ictlprs. or lliev imtv Ih lireclurliul from
any hi'iiellt of wild rttiite, aud If kiicIi claims hp
lint exlilinieil wiiiiiii two years iroia the. nine
oi sam leiiersiiiey win no inrcvcr oiirren,
lll'.N.NK'lT Kl.Nll. l'nhllu AdinlnUlritor.
A Great Cause of Human
MISERY IS THE LOSS OF
A Ieetnre on le Nttture. Trentineut
MiCHlhiit from till exiierlenee tliat tlio awful
Die u-riure, ciruriy iwive inini ins own experi
The wiirlil ltruuwiifil Author, la this nilintra
nntl ltailleiil cure of Meiiiliml Wi'HknoHS.or Hncr.
inulornieu, nnlueed liy Mrll-Abasv, Involuntary
KmlsMuns. Iiiii(itiilicy, Nervous IKlilllty, unit
tiiijiti.iiiiieiuii in iiinrniiKi' ui'iicniuy i vviisiiiup.
Ini'iipaclly vie., by Hubert .1. Cnlverwcll, M I).
Hilt i(iriif1liu-llreenlliHik."iln. '
ny, iiHU j iik i. nienini nun riiVMeui
n i lls i menmi nun 1'iivi
rniiHeiiieiiem of Hl(-Atiiso may lie effectimlly
luiuiivrii miiioiit iiiiiiKi niiLs niicriiiioiiii, iHiiiKirs,
iiisiniiiii'iiis, riiiKK. or t'oniiHis : 11
iihmIh of pure at oneo certain una
xiliitliiR oat a
whleli f.irv HiitTcriir. no mutter wlmt liU itm!
illtlniiinuy be. niiiy euro himself clieiiiily, pri
vately uml tiiuli'iilly.
tf 'Mm Irclurc will imtre Iwm to IhmtaamU
Hent imiler neat In a plain envelope, to any
undress, im receipt of six cents or tun postiiKe
Htamps. We have nlio n ture cure for
Tape Worm. Address
THE ODLVCRWKM. HKMUAI, CO,,
41 Ann Htroet New Vorli
1'ustolllcu llox 49H9.
QOLD Mo SILVER MlljlQ Co
Incorporated under tht Laws of Colorado.
capital stock ::::::::
SHARES $10 EACH-PAR VALUE,
Minus In that Old and Iteliablu Camp,
PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OFFICE,
114 N. Sixth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO
EX-GOY R. W. STEELE, SUPT. OF MINES. GEORGETOWN, COLORADO.
The iroiprty owiieit Viy this roinpany Inclmlrs 4 .silver hearing lmli-4 anil 2 unlit lotlc localnl
tii'iir UriMKctimii t on the .small ranite of tiiniiiilnlns on the linrlherly rhle of Clear Creek, which
have yli'lilcil many millions of dollars In sllvor ores wllhln Ihe lust few rar, unit ah' now pro
ilai'lliK mnre uhiiiiiluiitlv than ever liefnre. Thev are eallril the Mlrrlliu:, Ihe Dnthrnilc, Ihe
SnltiuiH, IheHiimlt, tho ltalnhmv unit the New Kr.i Mines, liich l.'.0xlvi furl ureal! true fissure
veins, similar tn tin' croat mines on that ramie whh'h have hern Morkeit If to 12 years, my ItiK
tirtteras thoy sink ileeiier Into the liipxliatnlalili' flsstire.s.
They ate iiiri'ssahle, tiehi hut n few hiinilroil feet from he rolnrmlo Central llallro.Tl, rati
he Vtnrkc il in winter nwil siniiiiirr, ami nrr imiler the personal .snpi'thiteiKteiicr of Kv-Onvernor
Stoi'le. nil old experlencei! miner ho Is pushing the work of ilevetopltn;, unit ronllilenltv ex
pects to make the m equal to other great ptoilnHiifr mines of Hint womterfnl ramp, 'in.itsi plum-
bill pnhl stuck Is phiceo la the hnndi vf the Treasurer fur Morklmr capital a miiiiII portion nf
whli h will he Issued at the low price of sj.on per share s tllscomif rrom the face value.
This eomputiy la imiiniKeil hy riirefiil biislncKi men of HI. Imls who will cc that lis nllalrs
are eonillirteit to tlie best lateresls nf all concerned. Yon Mill Unit It Krenllv tu vonr ndvalilnp
to seeiire mi Inlrrest In this company, whllr Its working capital stock at First llnitom I'rlce and
mil fioi rconinipllil us tl lilnst ili,sln:ihlit tnvpstniput In vntip ft-fmul 'I'Iim hIiimI vt-IU lm .(imi.1I.
ly Increased In value as thu money i cooked therefor liy'lhe eompniiy will all he Invested In the
iniiics, ococr iop proms oi urni pun'oascrs 01 siock in oe fircai.
Slock will he Issued live shnrp'i In c.'ich I'prllll. -ill. Hcnd nil mnnpv In himl.- lU ill lv i)
onler in IteKl'terrd letter, lilvlnj? the name ami
iJUHA Li. STANAuE, SC'Ci
114 X. Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MO., or to Doiiyns, & Wali.eu. Oregon.
T 131 0 O IT
Is ii beautiful black with star in forehead, hind nnklus white, lti 3-1 hands liljrh.
'nod head and neck, llioail sliouldors. -'lent dentil of heart, well ulnineil both-.
hliort back, with broad stroii"; hips, witli most excellent lugs, nml feet; heavy
mauo and tail. Kind dtsliositioti and Hue action. Wcitrht In fair conilllion.
l.WJO. Age, 4 yearR August. l'Jth. 1881.
STAR MAltQl'IS bv the Tho Marquis, who was Imported by Thompson
llios. The Marunls bv Inmortcd Hercules, tho winner of nianv iii iom In sni.
land. 1st Dam by Imported XciHiorly; M Dam bv Imported Sovern; 8U Dam
by Imported lliown (Jcorgo; 4th Dam by Imported Old Clyde, wlm was imnurt
ed bv Wm. Warden in 181(1. 1
J'o tlio farmer, and parties who wou'd llko to breed for draft or farmln"
purposes, wo would call your attention to this horso. "
no will he perinitteil to servo a few gooil marcs at tho low price of $l 00 to
tisure, iiavable bv note, nt timu of seniecdue in six months, note in In, v..M if
the mare inoves not to bo in foal. Due care will bo taken to prevent accidents
but will not be responsible should any occur.
Uriah Simmons. Groom.
Hoblitzell & Jesse,
Arn dally receiving their
Have opened in Colored and- Hlack
llrocaded and Plain1
Novelties in Dress Goods.
New Dress Plaids.
Line of Trimmings,
Cords and Halls, In all Shades.
In Lovely Designs.
In our now location wo have double
the room and light, nnd our stock will
bo found much Turgor.
TOWNSEND, WTATT & CO!
S.W. Cor. 4th & Felix
ST. JOSEPH. MO
wishes to inform the nublio that lie will
furnish outfits of Furniture to thosM'
who may uced them, cheaper thtlt any
house this uiilo of Chicago, KansiB Uity
or Hi. Joseph, lie means just wat. lit
says nml asks every one to call flul be
convinced by examining bis bto ni
learning ms prices,
, Navin'H Veterinary
Or Explanatory Stock Doctors written
in nluin and coiiiinon lauiritage, for the
uso of tho farmer, brooder or owner of
any Kind of stock ironi tno uorso to tun
chicken, Just tho work for tlio lariuor.
ilanilKomely bound and illustrated.
Call on N, J. Kyger, Oregon, Mo.
I deslro to Nell tho late rcsiilencit of
Felix .Froolleh. 2 story frame dwel
ling, 0 lots, largo orchard nnd viueyard.
For particulars, npidy to
A. IV. Howard, Vvvh,
W. li. Ilnlo, Vice-Pi cs.
3-131 B Ei ID
TVToimd. City o
WE ill KEPT BUSK !
Appreciating tho fact that largo pat
ronage awaits tlie 11 rm prepared for
supplying the varied needs and demands
of those contemplating building, wo
have determined to keep up tho Larg
est assortment of IMno Lumber, and all
classes of lluilder's Mulei ia's, thereby
dealing fairly mid genc ously with the
people, and steadily working toward
thu attainment ot the end that all who
coino may be served and FutisKcd.
Conio ami seo what wo can do,
Como and seo what wo aro doing,
Come and tee what wo intend to do
and judge for yourselves whether our
advantages arn equalled by any ot'ier
firm In Holt county.
HOBLITZELL & PINKSTON,
GREAT BARGAINS INIPIANOS, ORGANS,
Tho largo storo room of T. J. 'Wash.
burn, Fifth and Frauds streets, is
uaeked full of tho finest grades of Pi
anos nml Organs, which ho Is sell ig
oxtrumely low for cash or monthly pay
ments. Ho is agont for Stoinway
Pianos and Kstey Organs tho leading
instruments of tho world, mid nil
varieties of chonpor gradts. All goods
as reproncnted and will duplicate tho
prices of any dealer In tho country.
Tho most completo stoek of Accor
deaue, llariiipjilcas, (Jultars, Uanjos,
Violins, Orgnnottes, Sheot Music,
Books &., to bo had in the city. All
aro cordially Invited to call on or ud
drcvsT. J. Washburn, corner Fifth
and Francis strools, St. Josoph, Miss
ourl. To Teaohei'8:
Notlee ls hereby ulven that thu Uonril of Kiln
eat on of tho City, if OreKoa will reeelvo itppll
rations iiiitllJiuio h 1881. for a l'rlneliiil ami
four asIMant teachers la the inthlle Behools for
the eiiMiihivt.arainla temiicher for Ihe Col
oreil Hcliools. Hchool to beala Beiitember
nuxt. lly onler ot t ho Itoonf, 1
W. II. DAVIH, Secretary.
CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA.
Is a plant nntivo to tho SleWu. It
cures I It cures II Only 60 cois.
Try It nt Klug Proud,s. Oroon ; Frsneo
& Co, .Forest City,
We have a speedy
nnd posltlvo Curo. for Catarrh Dlph.
htherin, Canker mouth ainl Head Ache.
In shiloh's Catarrh Romody A nasal
Injector see with each bottle, Uso it if
you ileslrn health and swevt breath.
Price 60 cts, Sold by. T. 8. Illnile
Oregon, Mo. ,
FULL PAID AND
A SCtKNYIVIU VIKW Ol Af.CMtOI.
Xi one tiHibts that tlio cxwisiilvo wo
of alfhollo buvcraires Is i unions liHt
thero aro ti g.iod many contlletlng theo
ries as to tlikn cflects when employed In
strict moderation. It is contended on
thu one hand that nlcohoi lit all Its form
Is a poison, nnd it poison only; and mi
the other that it Is nourishing when com
bined with vegetable n"ids nnd othur
products of fermentation In light wines,
etc. On these questions Dr. William
lamcs has lately been giving tho.siuilcnts
ol Ilarrard College somo useful Infor
mation from u .strictly scleutlllc stand
point. Ills general conclusion Is in
favor of total abstinence, though ho
denies thu correctness of soinu of thu
ileus t't lorth in temperance Itloiultiro.
Thus the uxpeilments of Anstro and
1'iikolmvu demonstrated that itUuotrtrito
that no alcohol Is destroycil in tho body
and that It Is all exeretod. Only tho ex
cess over about oho and n half ounce per
dleiv thus passes off. Taken in addition
to tho usual quantity of food, nlcohoi In
creases the weight of the body and com
pensates for :i diminution of tho ordinary
am- nut of food. It does this however
rathnr by reducing tho demand for food.
This effect is not desirable and alcohol
Is only the least hurtful altornativo for
insufficient diet. It Increases pulsation
but only temporarily. It dilates tho blood
vessels and thus Increases warmik In
the surface, but nieanwhllo thotemper
nturo of thu Interior blood has fallen. It
the worst of itlnitilnnt for tho mu -olcs.Mcblg's
extract of meat being thu
best and coffee coming next.
It is chiefly pleasant as an anirsthetle,
but it excites the Imagination whilo dul
ling tho judgment. Any task requiring
moro than half an hour for Its accom
plishment can better bo dono without
nlcohoi than with It. It should bo taken
before or during work, but not after It.
It helps digestion only as a flavor, ami
the mime result may bo moi o safely nnd
as effectually obtained by the uso of oth
er flavors, especially fruits. Tlicro aro
nations which nppear healthy, though
constaytly using tiloohol, yet thu .statis
tics of insurance companies show that
whom 1,110 teetotalers ought to have
died only 801 did die ; while of other pco
plo, presumably inod'jrato drinkers, out
of 2,010 who might bo expected to die
1007 actually did so. Dr..lanies there
fore, thinks it tho most judicious course
in thi overworked ago and country i
ours for young men of average health to
avoid being hi.ndieapped by thu use of
a beverage the effects of which ate on
thu whole, likely to bo lajurious. ilo
thus reaches the saino end as reformer
though without adopting thler processes
of reas'iulii .
Geo. P. Luckhardt,
Breeder ot tho Calebrated Thorourjhbred
fliave a litunbrr of thormiKhlireit l'oliiiut
China I'Iks now realty for Haiti that nru hreil
from lull l'nland China Hoars ami Hons, anil
which I nUeron thu most reasonable twins i
those ileslrlnc a superior ipiallty of hojjs. Stoek
breeders who liave seen lnj iIks prinioniici)
ever offered for salo In Holt Ooiinty, They atv
all full bloods, milt luivo a clear lieillsrce. My
sons nie from the wrtl known 1'olauil China
stock raisers, II. K. Horsey & Hons, of l'crry.
I'lfce county, Illinois j A C ainIT CTajlor, of
llreuncastle, Hiilllvan coaaty, Missouri, anil
my Hoar from II. Castle, of WlltmtiifUnn, Mills
eoinity, Illlimls. H,) mis slreil hy.JIolie.st Tom.
he by .tliu Crow i 1st ilaui Jenny land ; 2d dam.
All of my stuck is thiirniiKlihreit tind not re
lated In nay particular,
Call and sco them at uiy Nursery, adjolnlni;
OHO. 1". I.UCKIIAIIDT,
but a llttlo to dross neat : your furnish
ing goods nnd boots ami shoes can bo
purchased at tho very lowest prlcus by
calling on Amos Castle, Oregon, Mo.
I pay Cash for all kinds of Scrap
Iron. J. A. DEMUTH,
Forest City, Mo.
Notice Is hereby givon that thero will
bo n Special Mention hold nt thu usual
voting precincts in Holt county, Mm..
Saturday, July 3d, 1881,
for tlio purpose of votinfuipon tho quos
, II. C. CUHTIS,
romomhor that, when you deslro to pur
chase a hat or n pair of boots and shoes
or niiything in tho gent's furnishing
lino, that you can find ho cheaper placo
in Holt county, than nt Amos Castle's,
m. Address M. F. Phillips, Craig,
Mo., for pictures of tlio lloml. I mvo
nine different viows of Craig and vlcinl.
W' .W'0 vlow of tliu town from