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Tha.slttiatlpif nt .Albany has assitiu
cd a nW ttins'o Cimilncoy M. Depow,
tlio most prominent hnlf-breod for sue
ccsor to Plait's feat, long torm, In tlio
United Slates Senate, has peremptorily
withdrawn from tliu contest. Tlio 1ml f.
brecdiuind feather-heads nftcr being no
tilled of Depot's determination, jicld a
caucus and placed' Warner Miller mid
K. (J. Lapkiim in homliuttioii for tlio va
cant sonatorsblps. Thoso arc tho nom
inees of tho majoilly of the Itapubltriin
members of tho Legislature. Mean
time Conkllng's adherents express their
determination of sticking to him, and
have picked tip Congressman Crowley
in rialt'n place Tho Indications are
that the fight will bo continued with ns
much obstinacy ns ever, notwithstand
ing the Invocations for harmony in tho
namo of tho bleeding wounds of the
Tho llannlbal and St. Joseph Rail
road eoijipany.huvlngpiiid to tho State
treasurer 83,000,000, tho amount of tho
principal, of tho bonds loaned that cor
poration In 1852 anil 1855, and tho .Inly
interest, nniountiii'r to 890.000. tlm nt".
tomoy for tho company, (ico. Kna
ley, Ksq , has made a formal demand
f (Joy. Crittenden that ho shall release
the State's lion on the road and franehl
mm. This demand Is based on tho pro
visions of tho sta'.uto of 18(15, which has
been published In these columns. Tho
governor declined to release tho lion,
us tho etntuto does not, In bis judge
ment, compel htm to do so. An agreed
case In to bo submitted to tlio supremo
court, or tho judges of that tribunal In
chambers. 01" course whatever tho in
terpretation of the law inuv bo bv this
court will bo accepted by tho governor,
ami will control his action. (Soy. Crit
tenden is noting with judgment and
ciutlnn in this important financial tran
saction, that tho rights of the State may
bo matntidned in all respects.-. Louis
The New Charter.
As tho peoplo in Oregon will in a low
days bel called to voto on thu proposi
tion to organo Oregon as a city of tho
fourth class, a few words as to tho ad
vantages of an organization under tlio
Statuto over ourpreVcnt system will not
bo out of place. Tho first advantage
the oillorrs will bo elected for two years
instead of one year. Second, the mnyor
is providing officer of tho Council or
Hoard of Alderman, and has a vote in
caso of a tio and also the power of veto :
in a word, under tho Statute ho has
certain rights nnd duties specifically
laid down so there can bo no misunder
standing as to what his powers and du
ties arc. Third, there can bo no hasty
municipal legislation ns tho Statuto
specifically points out what tho Hoard
of Alderman can control or affect by
ordinance ; what thoy have tho power
to rcgulato and prohibit those each or
dinance has to go through thrco sepa
rate readings, just as'iv bill In nny Leg
islative body; thou nny ordinance af
fecting tho finances or appropriating
any money, has to bo .presented or re
fcrred after its second reading to tlio
treasurer, nnd boforo It is returned to
tho Hoard of Aldermen ho must endorse
on it whether thoro is or is not money
on hand unappropriated to meet tho
amount asked for in Mich ordinance.
nnd in ease there Is not, it is unlawful
to pass tho ordinance. This is ,u very
wise safe-guard nnd will prevent tho
incurronco of indebtedness. Then If
wo have orly two wards, as wc now
have, wo will at tho first olection (in
next April) elect two aldoi nien in each
ward instead of four and five, ns now.
In conclusion tho Statuto provides for
nml specifically lays down tho jurisdic
tion nnd duties of each and ovcrv onieer.
also just what subjects nro anil tun bo
affected by city ordinances.
Who Would Have Thouaht It ?
Mn. EniTOit: It Is whispered on tho
streets by thoso who claimed to bo pos
sessed of tho secrets of tlio Press oflh'o,
tliat oar great criminal lawyoi, lion. T.
II. Punish wrote tho nrttclaintho I'res.i
of July 2nd, signed "Justice." I told
them no; our Tom would never do that;
ho of nil tho tempcranco folks could
least afford to play baby and whine be
cause Kygcr and ilulatt were not con
vlcted. lint maybo our Tom has lost
bis grip and feels that ho is much
abused because the law was directly
contrary to what ho said it was nnd so
iio new 10 urotner llnsncss determined
to vindicate himself and answorKolloy's
opinion In tho ljmior cases; and such
nnnnsworl Such law! Oh Tommy, If
It was you! Yo (Sods! Prosecute Kygcr,
fail to prove where the liquor was sold;
and then whlno because twelve good
men found him not guilty on a tcchnl
callty" set there, ami fall to proru a
eusobyn blunder; then fiy Into print
nnd nttack Judgo Kolloy. Now as to
Hulntt's i two: What lawyor will say
ho over saw such a charge as "unlaw
fully grant n llccnso knowingly."
Judgo Kelley said it was not properly
charged andfquotod tho law from lltsh
op and, Wharton to prove It. Thoro is
h "nigger In tho wood pu" somewhere,
nnd some cJay it will bo let out, and el
thor llnsncss or "Justice" will have to
hold it when caught. Cominu.
Tho District Time is tlio namo of a
sploy paper Issued mnntblv at Knvnn.
nab, Mo., edited by llov. O. S. Middle-
ton, una devoted to roliglous nitolll
geneo nnd tompornnco rolorm. It is
printed on Rood paper and makes nn
attractive npponrnnco. Its design seems
to bo that of a local newspaper within
tho St. Joseph district including tho
north west couutlos of this State. It is
frooly used by advertisers, and withal
is quite n roaiwDjo paper.
Heveral desirable dwclllni! houses ami lots In
Orcuoii. at reasonable rule. I'Vr terms etc..
cull ami see O'l'AI.I.OH & lltVINi:,
Glass ball shooting Is raging hero
Thermometer nt Graham's, Sunday
tho 10th, 100 in the shade; Franco's
drug storo 103.
-The "Leviathan," with Commo
dore John Canon wont down with a
load of pegs todiivo In some wash-out.
' The slough Is falling rapidly. It
is SUPPn'cd the lust droll wilt Slllltl 11111
out but hero comes n rain and tlm evil
moment will bo deferred n white longer.
Sol. Fo-dor is buying nil tho fish
that are brought, to town and taking
thorn to Oregon, whom thoy nro greed
ily picked up nt 15 cents per pound,
Will Minion is disputing possession
of tho sides of thu deep cuts with tho
bank swallows. Tho swallows wont
possession for reproduction purposes,
wiillo Will signified Ins dcslro to ills,
pofu ol his productions with "re" left
Tho Inhabitants of Smoky Itow
have had lively times recently, in
which whiskey, lists and other tilings
ilnycd their appropriate parts. Xosos
woio skinned, eyes banged, hair lifted,
and tho ground torn up fearfully. No
arrests. It Is about tiniu this thing
"This car nm.t not go cast of La
Junta," was plainly Inscribed on Xo.
75:17, a Hat car of tho A. T. & S. V.
road, and yet. In spite ot this Injunction,
hero wn tho ear In train Xo. 11 last
Monday, going to St. Joeph and fully
COO miles cast of its eastern limit. Now
what's tho use of putting up notices on
Notwithstanding the extreme warm
weather of tho past few weeks, our
merchants nro doing n lively business.
Tho new heavenly visitor, (tho
comet) Is tho cause of many wonderful
conversations and many various predic
tions. Somo of o nr farmers nro now cut
ting their clover for hay; iiiuoug them
wo notice l.0Yi Orcn, who has put up a
Your correspondent Is back again
safo and tumid. Thu warning in your
issue of July 1st has been noticed and
is heeded at once.
Levi Oreu has been cutting some of
his shade trees in his teed lot. Strnniro
that ho would do so. Wo sav mom
shado and not loss.
Our boys who went to Maitland to
climb tho soap pole nnd take in tho
money, did not succeed. Tho money
was on the wrong end of tho polo.
l-nrmers are most all done plowing
corn ; winter wheat Is about harvested,
nnd next in order is harvesting spring
gram ami haying.
Tho people In and around our quiet
little town have been considerably
aroused by the alarming but unexpected
news from Washington. Somo wonder;
Kvory-woll regulated family should
have a boy about 11 years old, a lawn-
mower ami grass enough to set tlio boy
to work for half an hour daily. It is an
Interesting study to co a boy shoving a
lawn-iuowor nround. Off comes coat.
vest and' hat as ho goes out, and ho viv
idly mdlzos that Levi Cook got his first
start by cutting half an aero of grass bo
fore breakfast and It was cut mighty
poorly at that. Xobo.v can striken bee
ltno with n mower. Ho stnrts out to do
It, but ho sees a boy on stilts up tho
street and he sti.ps to rest. Ho has just
started off again when ho sees n boy
with a, ball down tlio street, nnd it is
also time to oil tlio mower. lie has Inst
braced himself for a new effort when a
stray dog comes along, and it is that
boy's duty to watch that dog out of sight.
Ho turns and shoves tho mower along
about ton feet and then ho must have a
drink of water. If tho old gent is nt
homo a boy can drink a gallon of water
and got back to his work In about twen
ty minutes, but nil depends on clrcum
stances. If ho gets back ho stands ami
wonders whether It is a lighter left
hnnded mower, and why it wasn't rl".
gcti to run Itself
If a nip on the window admonishes
tho boy that piwcrastlnation is tho tnluf
of time, ho buckles right down to busi
ncs and rushes the mower over four
brick-bats, a hoop and several emniv
cans, and thon comes an examination of
the knives. Let a boy get In tho shado
with a good brace for his back, mill Iwi
can examine a lawn-mower from base
mcnt to garret In about half an hour.
M tho end ot tho second cut unrnsa tin.
sward it is a boy's duty to scan tho hoav-
uns ami sue h nny kites aro up.
A good boy can do this In nimnt. nt.
tocn minutes, nnd ho can put in ten
moro mowing across the street.it n wl.it
washed fence nnd a cat. liv this time
ho feols hunsrv. nnd when lin lina limit
ed tho houso over for eako It is high
time to go around tho corner and sto'lf
nun rostor Doy has got that Illustrated
-It Is n wiso precaution to provide
against emergencies that nro linblo to
nrif 0 In every family. A cold mat bo a
danaoiotis thing, or not, depending np
011 tho means at hand to combat it? In
stiddon attacks of col-Js, croups, asth
ma, etc., Ayor's Cherry Footorol will
prove the quickest anil most offectiro
euro and your best friend,
Dr. J. Asli worth
additional milt.. Iiiclu.tl 11 edid f(.r L hS "
dividual without extra ( lia.u "'"j " ''at
c.tllcti one il.iilar eui h ttniu lu cacli easo. In.
suraiim cxiiinliiatlon lor lloiuu l.ifo Aiisn! .
Ion or f.iu; liwm. irnva, nm. .IMInr. Ukos tl 0
lient ivini'dli'S Unit can Im iirocutri'd In hlx iw.
tin 11111 tliut all illsciucs both acutoaiid iVriulo
j weUWy tlimo wullar to Viii.mi mid clillilreiV.
Culls luonijdly iiiisnvml iiIkIU or day.
A Carnival for the Masses.
On tho 10th day of July, St. Joseph
will bo pervaded with rin nir of hay
seed, peanuts, ami gingerbread. Tho
cnuso of thl great outpouring ot tho
people from llio rural districts will tio
tho anpearnnce of W. C. Coup's Xow
United Monster Shows and (Srcat Paris
Hippodrome, which has just closed tho
most brilliantly successful season in Cin
cinnati, and of which tho papers of that
"Judging by tho tremendous throngs
In attendanco at each performance of
Coup's Croat Show, Cincinnati Is show
innd. Xever beforo has an entertain
ment of this kind been patronized so ex
tensively In this city, ami never before
has an entertainment of this character
given so much satisfaction. H is the
talk of tho town, and cm It departs our
population will have taken it in. Ono
thing can bo said In safety, in splto of
tho lavish promise of tho hill-boards, no
ono m tho vast nudtenco was disappoint
ed In tho show. The Hlppodronio feat
ures stirred up the audience to llio high
est pitch of excitement. There were
lint races by blooded horses, with male
nnd foinalo riders, oxcitlng hurdle races
Human races, two and four horso chari
ot races, and tho .stirring Indian moo
for a wife. The expression of enthusi
asm wa simply stupendous during tho
racing. That It Is tho biggest show un
der canvas is tho universal verdict, not
withstanding those days of mnstodnulc
enterprise" Cincinnati Knnuirr.r.
"Everybody is probably aware that
Coup's big show Is still with us, and It
begins to look as if tho enliro popula
tion had determined to lake it in. Tlio
attendanco has been simply mormons,
nnd tlio peiiormnnco hn given perfect
satisfaction. Tho astounding flight of
Lu Lu nnd thounparalloled leap of (Ser
nlillne. nro simply marvelous, nnd their
torrlflo exhibition of nerve nnd pluck,
electrifies tho crowd, and mighty cheers
ascend after tho audience entehes its
To sum ii) and nt tho same tlmo to
put It mildly, Coup's circus nnd nienag
eiio has no peer In this country. If in tho
world. Take It In." Cincinnati Com
mercial. Itenioinbertho date and tho four groat
rincs, nnd bo sure nnd visit tho grand
est entertainment yon oyer saw, on
Tuesday, July 10th.
Cattm: Interior shippers wcro tho
lending operators, although tho can
ning companies put in an appearance
tor tho first tlmo this season nnd took
hold qulto liberally, lluslness for the
week has been qulto nctivo nnd tho fair
supply was worked off without tho least
difficulty at strong prices except com
mon and thin natives, which wero dull
of disposal nt mean prices. Our far
mer friends should make n note of this.
Stock and feeders wero scarce through
out. Tho estimated receipts In Chica
go for tho week, 28,500.
lions. Tho market has boon fairly
aclivoou packing ami shipping account
nnd tho feeling has been firm nnd pn-
ces show sllcht advances. Pnekirs
gave tho best lots of light and heavy the
preference. Packing grades woio in
fair demand. Tho market closed
steady and prices wcro well maintained.
t'uicAuo, July issl.
Tlnirsitiy Sil 1 .,
l'rlduy u i5
wciuicsiiny 0 uu u as
Coun in tho northwest is not so far
advanced to-day as It should bo; tho
weather has been so variable--dry and
and cold, wet nnd told that corn has
not "done what it ought to." This sit
uation applies to northern nnd central
Illinois anil Iowa. Hut, in fact, tnko
out Kansas and Missouri aud tho whole
corn bolt is in a very backward condi
dltion. Tho acreago Is much larger
than In 1880, but tho "stand" is uneven
and on a whole tho crop is nt least
three weeks Into. A fair business was
transacted and tho feeling was com
paratively steady. l'oreiMi advieos
show little alteration, nnd tho eastern
markets wore without Important
Wiikat was fairly active and fooling
a tritlo unsettled, but generally strong
er. Foreign advices quoted steady
I liursday i is ..
Friday 1 10...,
Saturday 1 10,..
Monday 1 H ,.
TiH'Mlay 1 l.l ..
AVcdiii'silay 1 11 ,,
,., SIIICMKNTS, STOCK
From our Roaming Correspondent.
In passing over upper Holt wo saw
at 0110 sight, cnonght to mako proud
nny Holt county man in 0110 field was
over si:; hundred acres of as fine wheat
as ever grow out of tho earth. It bo
longed to thoso enterprising farmers.
J. I). Goodpastcr,' Kb, Rozoll nnd ono
or two others. On tho section line just
west of this fino is another field of
threo hundrod ncres, belonging to Mr.
IMloy and others,
Mr. Xuto Huberts, who lives just west
of King Orovo lias a stand of ono hun
dred neres. Sovornl others hnvo splon
did crops, nil nicely shocked, that will
avorngo twenty-flvo bushels to tho aero.
The l.vgost stock of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Pockat Outlory, nnd Spcola
clcs lu Holt county, is kopt nt 1). O.
Wade's jnwclry storo, Cralg.Mo. Don't
buy until you oxnmlno my stock, for I
will notbo undersold. Kino wntohos n
specialty. D. O. WADK,
Postolllce, Craig, Mo.
J. T. Thatcher
of Oregon, Mo,, has a suro euro for fc
vor and ague. AV'ai ranted to euro or
monay rofuiulod, Sont by mall on re
colpt of price, Ono oimoa bottle, 76, ;
two ounce bottle, $1,25,
Big Show Coming.
St. Joseph, Mo., Tuesday July 19th 1881.
"W. C. COUP'S
BIGGEST SHOW WORLD
Combined TvltH tlio
GREAT PARIS HIPPODROME
With a Roman Chariot Raco Track 40
It contains absolutely more new and wonilorful features, never
beforo exhibited, than all other Shows in America comblnod.
The Hippodrome Pavilions covor EIGHT ACRES of ground. Behold
what you havo novor bofore seen in your lives, viz.:
Four Immense ClrctiH Rings! Three Full Clrcnn ComimnlcH!
Menagerie of 1,000 AiUmuIx! Juke'n Automatic Sluscuml
Bequlrlng THIRTEEN FOWZaTUX. STEAM ENOINES to operato It.
Nino KlnilH of JtXulc! Thrco First-Clsisu Silver Cornel. Rands!
F.0,,ten,t.Mw8,.cn, Unm-lotH, eqnnl to 1.000 Nklllful MiihI
clJin.H.,J?(.? rst-CIiiHS Equestrians! 800 Hippodrome Riders
of all Stations!
Tlio Wonderful Pout ot tho
57?L0,nt .aob uftnd 9eT POrformaneo, is hnrlett llko a bird through tho air. Tfi tt
high, from a huge iron Catapult, doiorlbtn a olrolo of nearly 20o foot aid nS?
formlnn t tranmiu two comploto revolutions boforo alightlnBln the not A mSo
hazardous nnd territlo sight, welt worth going a hWdwdmllea tS soS. Also, the
INFRA-DOKfiac DIVE of CERALDSNE
The most boautlfnl. brilliant, dashing and oceomnllshod Lady aymnaot tho worM
for the first tlmo la their lives, tho opportunity of seeing Presented,
Genuine Male and Female Zulus from Zululand
. Aooompanled toy ICln Ootownyo's Pauir liter.
..JlSJ00 llmltod t0 onumorato tho thousands of now foatures of
(SOOT'S SEW purXTXSXa XOITSTER BBOW8
Besides the forogolng, It baa a gTand
ISTMENACERIE NEARLY X.OOO ANIMAL 31
Exhibited free of extra ohargo.
The FINEST PROOEI8SION IN AMEBTfiA
Containing hundreds . of Horses and Chariots, and nine klndlSr Muilo.
ii i j i be " eaoh day al about 10 o'olook.
ASmUdoa to all, enly BOe. CUldren nnderOyeart, 2B& Bosomi Beats, extra, 25c
"Will run on all roads leading to the Show on tho day of exhibition.
at greatly roduood rates of faro. mimobi
noblu ship) nml clrmilntin nnonyinoim publication, unci mlvcrtlxe-
nit ins oiuior wiuiont autos or witli meo
pnuiio itiioui, uio coming ot other Rliows
l noso coinniuiiiciiiions hear tlio imprint
imuiiu ai u warncH 10 orniiti iiicin witli tlio infamy thoy dosorva.
Hear Con-tantlv in Mind, that this Mammoth Kxhibition. which causes thorn
iu ipiiiKo wan iar and noioino sick with
,mi uu, t uwM.i., iiiy ,0u,, iooi, iv.iii or
Look out and you may hear theso little dogs bark-
Geo. P. Luckhardt,
Breeder ot the Calcbrated Thoroughbred
Ilmvo a imiiilicr of thoroughbred I'olnnd
China Vie now ready for Hula tfmt (ire bred
from lull l'olimd China Hours nnd Hows, unit
wlituhtuRrrmitliu iiiiuit rniignnlilo tcrmi to
llioso desiring u tiHperior uuullty nf lioni. 8took
brci'ili'M who have wen my jiIkh iironoiiiivo
over offered for s:lo In Holt Coimtv. Tlicv are
all full bloods, mid Imve a elnir jieillgrrp. My
snn-s nro from tlm well known l'oland Clilim
stock ralsein, 11. 1 Dorcoy & Hons, nf l'erry,
Vlko county, Illinois ; A 0 and T 0 Taylor, ol
(IroeneiiHtlo,- Sulllrau. county. Mlnsourl. and
my Hoar from II. (Jiwtlc; of AVIIIiiiington, Mills
county, iiiinnis. ho was hired by HoiiD.st Tom,
ho by .Ilia Crow s 1st dhin .leauy Mud 2(1 iliiin.
Allot iiiyHtMi'lcistliorouRlilirc-d and not ro
latcd In any particular,
Cull and see them at my Nursery, adjoining
fll'O. I', I.UOKIIAHDT,
Beijled I'roposaN will Im received by tlio llonrd
pi '.diicatlon or t'ralg, Mo., until noon on tliu
liitli day of July, isw.for the nurniwo of erect
ing uiid (omnletlng a Heliool HullHlng la tlm
towii of Craig, Mo.. uccortlliiK to iiGmi and
specltlcatloiH adojiteil by tho Hoard of Kdilcntlon
jiin uiiiiuiiik in ue cuiu nuieii us early iisnrno
Tlin nlans lainl speclllcatloas may bo seen at
the onlco of Messrs. Ktkel & Mann, architects.
Ht. .Ioei(h, Mn until July Tth, 1881. after that
lllLtM ill II III llOll'M III ,l,n Un..wll.i.t. II... ...
t'rulg, Mn, All proposals to be uildressed to the
...,yn,jjv iivwiiiiij.iiiiuiijiirRi-u rroposuis
'Die lloartl of KducaUon teserves tlio right to
fcjctv uiij uruii ums, it, w. 1IAWHON,
n t t J??J !,nil,a 01 Education
Craig. Mo., Juno soth, iftai.
feet wldn and nsirtv hnif a mim npminrt.'
iiimblc to foinpnto In open opposition with COUP'S MON
STKIt SHOW'S anil llippeilromo, tiro followiu tins gl
guntio oxhlblttou, (iw tfharks follow lu tlio wuko of tlio
(tutus, In it lrultloss effort to tleooivo tlio
or tho not coining of tliin Orcut Show,
of falsehood ami deception, and tho
jealous), will pofitivoly ho in St. .Too,
snino, williout la
fail, nnd ns suro ns tho
The Motive Power.
Tho most beautiful illustration of
uefeit nioehanlsni ami wondurfnl
htrungUi to bo found on tho globo Is it
He ,n cnglno. It Is tho embodiment ot
conscious power, mid will walk away
with 31) of 40 neaviiy iiuicn cars as nns.
ly us you would tako n pound weight
and toss It about, or wish a baby car
riage down hill. Isn't it a picture! to
look at as it stands calmly on tho rails
every point anil band throwing Imck
I no rays, ot tnosun iiko burnished gold,
tho engineer'! cab looking as neat as it
lady's mil lorr Uld son ovor think how
worthless tins grand machine would bo
without t in nower to start ntollf tlm
wonderful' 'cors and lovors? Ltt us
point a moral from this slmnlo sketch
and apply It to ovcrv day businosa llfnP
You will sco at a glance that tho point
in uu iiiiimuuun iuu gritmi prillCipiO of
CNistcnco Itself tho motive piwor. You
can't start tho oiifflno without stnm.
ami a business houso wont rim succoch.
fully without tho onorgy and push of
nvo inr.ii to Keep ii going, xtio prin
ciple Is tho same in both cases tho
steam runs tho engine nnd tho llvo man
tho buHinoss. Thuy would both bo val
uloss without tho motivo power. Wo
have labored for years to perfect our
business machine, wo'vo "tightened
tno minus, oiiou tno cogs" and Intro
ttuccd n groat many now fonturos o
ininn now mai it manes goori tlmo on
iuu niiuK iiiiu wo want yu 10 como
and sco it work. We hnvo boon obliged
to get more room ami havo moved into
tlio storo room just east of King &
rromis's drug storo, whero you can see
tho llncst lino of Fuinlturo in Holt
county, isor can mv toek of Coil n
and undertaking goods bq supassed In
Northwest Missouri, Tho finest honrso
IU.UIO nonnwesi, is also nny property.
A.M. JACOJJS, Oregon, Mo.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
T ivll I tint II 1 ttiw.L ..........
181. rt)celv spalel i)ri'wals lit my onicu In
iuuiuiu uiv, nir uuiiiuug u loriy-nvo foot
Kpim combination brlilgt. tliri'.niilcs smith
tliroo ihIIps rtoiithwest of New Point.
Wo r8i'rvo tlio rlulit to reject any
imuii nm miuBim uiry. i iiuis ui)i( rtut JUf UlUMls
, , WM, M. SIOltltlH.
ltond and Urldgo Conuiilssloiier
-Lost: two elght-wceks-oltl Tolnnd
uninii pigs, i' omnia nns somo ycuow
spots, n.itlo somo whlto snots. Anyono
giving information loading to their ro
covcry will bo liberally rowarde'd.
J. N, Mknikkk.
Man without judgment a ship with
out anchor. - -
T-Tllero aro always persons finding
fnult with tho wcathci'i During tho
long nnd bitter winter from which wo
omefged a fow hionths ago, multitudes
of our fellow citizens lost faith lu the
sun. Thoy did not beliovu It would
over again reappear In glory Now that
tho heat ot tho sun Is romarknblo, there
aru persons who forgot llio winter, nnd
ono would think, to hoar tlicni talk,
that thoy bclloved tho world to bo on
Tho brlck-umsniis nro at work on
tho west anil north wings ot tlio court
honsa, and thoso additions aro rapidly
being pushed f-ky-wnrd, whilothe car
penters nro busy tearing down and ro
modollng tho inside Tho cupola
Is being torn down, nnd work on tho
roof will begin next week. Contractor
Dennett is pushing things through, nml
tlio old court-houso is gradually nsstttn
lug a new sluipo.
OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI.
COl.tTMIlt A. llOOXK COlt.NTV. Mo July s, 1881
To the Clerk nf (he Unit Cmmty Cimrt :
Sm i It Inlny duly tn Inform yoil Hint, under
iiioirovniointi nuariot inn iienerni Asxcm
liv. iinnroved Aurll 1. IS72. Ivlilo Session Aeti
1S7J, pp. IIW-60. ulld llcv. Slut. 187H. See. Tid7,
itw.i your vouuiyii eniiiicu toseiiu in tne tie
nurtinciiLi nt tlio Stato Unlvnrsllv nt Colitinlilit
and Holla, tltirlnc tlio year cntltna July I. Wl,
mo siiiiimiis nciwccn tne ages ot sixteen
nnd twpiitv-Drr veurs.
Under lite rules iidonled liv tlm Tln.'inl nf
uuruiors, siuiieiiii -siiuii potsess a (Ci)il liionu
elinruiier.nliil snail iiiiss a snllsiaelory cxaumi-
.lln,. It. n.ln,..,..l.. Mn.tli.M ...ll.. ...l.l.
I .1. . 1.1,,. I, J. .M.IIIM. 111.1111, .1111.1-
inutle nnd eenj-rapliy'faiiil muit uiy tlio fees
prescriiicii nv suiti Art, io-wii i , on muirien
latliiR. na eatranee fee nf tea ilolbrs, and ron
llntlucent fee of llvo ilollurs i nnd n like run
til Wnt feu at tlm Wrilimliuof the serond hulf
yciir. innKiuuiue uiiuuiii enurKn tneniy uoiinM ;
irhlfh mii( hi paid hi trtru ttuilcnt, except
reKiilatly orilulned inlnNters of the nospel, lie-
loiiKlntttounvof tlievurlous rrllKlnus deiinin-
tiiittlmii of tlm stule, and Indigent ycuiiK men
-i.... .... i. ...t..i ..... 1.. , i . i .... i .
,i r,,u iii n,r i in - muii-M t . t .11 1111: i.ii".inn 111
f.aw anil Mcillclno nml Knclnecrluir. Hie mi-
Hill rlmriru Is f ortv dollurs i ni'li . Tin- spsslim nf
nil the ilepnriments, miner llui tircsldeucy nf
S. H. Laws, I.U I)., will brffln on
Monday, September 12, 1881,
nnd will eontliiue until tlm first Thnrdiir ot
.nine. 18' except unit or ine Krunoi nr Sllnei
nun .iieiiuiuriiy m inula, wiiica win nepin aim
end one week Inter.
Ample provision linn been miiilo for the edu
cation anW enro nf miiiiik women In all tlie
elasiei of tlio tlnlverslly. nnd u course of study
xpi'tTiIly ndilpteil for llieiu Iiim been adopted.
SenCatnliiKUe. ISSO-Sl, piiaes (10 to (8. 14H mid
147. A Rlrlt' lioino for nimnt twenty hoarders
linn tireu prnvliled, ndlolnlns II nmpui. under
tlm earn nf tlm Uuly Principal. Mrs. ('nrr.
I Iiok lo call your attention tn the law on tliN
Ynu w 111 iilcaie. nfter Klvlai; two week's imli
lle.ntlon to (liliceftllleale. traiinult to me on or
iieroreSPileini)erMt. alUtnr tlieiinmci of all
tlm viilltli nf finr nnitntv ii lu. Iiilmitl ... ,.i.,l.,.
application for entruueo'lnln tlm Unlvcnlly at
vi'iiniiciirrnif ill in in." uxi it'niini.
If sndi a list I tint transmitted, .students
from other count Ins will lie allowed to enter In
lieu of tliiisc to which ymir countv Is entitled.
llonrd can he li.nl In chilis In the college liulld
Incs for main students nt PSS'inur week i lu pri
vate fninlles nt .i.on to si.no.
J am very respeciuiiy. vauroneiiient servant,
HOUKIt r I.. T0l)l.
Secretnry Hoard Curators Unlve rsltv nf Mo,
I'eMinsdeslrlnir to entcrtlm Stale irnlversltv
at Ciilunililu or Itolla, nm required to make
knnwullielr Intention tome on or heforo Sep
temlicr 1, 1S8I.
Cntalimucsof the Uiiivcrsltv can lie had on
application In tlm University Librarian Colum
bia. Mn., nr at my nflli'c.
. . ,.i. II, c. ( UI(TI.
Clerk of County Court, Holt County, Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANOS, ORGANS
'J'ho largo store room of T. ,T. Wnsh
burn, l-'Ifth nnd Francis streets, is
Diielicd full of tho finest grades of Pi
anos and Organs, which hu Is selling
extrumoly low for cash or monthly pay
ments. Hu is ngent for Stcinway
Pianos nnd Kstey Organs tho lending
Instruments of tho world, and all
varieties of cheaper grades. All goods
as represented aud will dupllcato tho
prices of any dealer lu tlio country.
Tho most complete stock of Accor
deans, Harmonicas, (iulturs, llanjos,
Violins, Organettcs, Sheet Music,
Hooks &,, to bo had In the city. All
aro cordially Invited to call on or ml
dress T. J. Washburn, corner Fifth
and Francis streets, St. Josenh. Miss-
Win Is ho who loves not home. A lin.miir.,1
home of 1! acres. acuM-ronm house, uood wil
ier, piemy oi iruit.j.lns Forest City on tho East.
Several ucrcs In cultivation. Terms easy. Will
be sold low down. Annlv to L. si. k,iM w.mt
City, or at this olllce.
Havo yon found a koUI rlmr with hair sol
ncaAcd la glass, 3 links on each side of set
"(1. J.."CUt llisllle. if VOII lllivn. lnnvn ,it ll.l
onito uud yu will he liberally re wirdeil.
Couhkts only Fifty Cent
Alllc Cliudwlck'.s, Forest City
Mrs. 0.1). &
Tiiimmki) Hats latest styles, lowest prices at
Mrs. OM), & Alllo Clmdwlcli's, Forest City.
I'Axnv noods of all kinds, latest novcltls, at
Mrs. O.. & AllluChadwIck'H, Forest City.
Diuwh-Makino a specialty by Mrs. O. 1). &
AlllffCluulwIek's Forest City. JIo.
Road, Think, Act I
T'llltliia tulw, L.H.1I, ,1... tu -
... is i muj iuu iii iinunrs
to 1 nt County Papeuhio voquosted to
uuiiiu iiuwiini and feuio tlioir accounts,
eithoif by cash or nolo. Wo havo up
ward oi fifteen hundred dollars upon
ourMooks, and being desirous to open
a uww sot, wo do not caro to carry ao-
i illl,o iorwiirii.
DOI1YN3 & WaI.LKH.
low Lost, How Restored!
list iiiilillslicd n new edition of Dr. Culver-
111 M ITsnl mn mi 4 tut BfaiBiKW i. n . n
IVri"8,. MarrliiBi'. etc.. etc.. ids cons unp
tlon. Hp 1 psv. amf Fits t Mental and l'liyscal
Incapacity Induced by self-indulgence or sex '
ual exIraviiKauce etc.
The celebrated suthor la this lulmlrablo es
say, elcarlvdemnntrntes from a thirty years'
practice, that tho alarming cnnsrqiienoes of
self iiiiuo may be radically cured i pointing out
a mode of cure at nce simple, cortalu and ef
Jec aul, by means of which every suffererf no
matter what lilt condition may bo. may euro
hlmwl' cheaply, privately and radically.
tsr rids Iceluro shcudl bo In the hands of
every youth nd every man In tho Innd.
Sent under seal tn a plain envelope, to any
address, on receipt of six cents n- tw lMistngo
stamps. Wo Iinve nlKo n s.iro cure for
Vnpe Worm. Address
TUB UCLVERWEM, MEDIUAI. CO,,
41 Anu Ntreet New York
rostoftlco llnx 4586,
Mrs. Partington says nho has hui.ted
nnd hunted, and can't find out who said,
"That Buth crushed to earth shall Tlm
J-'-.' '-'.'i -';;n t..t.. ' 3." V,tVi.,rV!C:.
A Niut Hunib :i
Intending to remove from Holt
county next fall, I wish to soil my dwcl
ling in Oregon. Its locntfon Is unstir
pnopcil in tho city, nnd it would ninko a
specially dcsirablo homo for a physician
or oilier professional man who wants an
office In connection with his dwelling.
I will foil It nt a bargain nnd rcnulro only
n small cash payment ; will giro Ion
tlmo on deferred pnymcnts, If desired.
Possession given next October. An In
spoctlon of tho proporty is Bollcltcd.
W. W. Davknpoiit.
lioluinn'a A (rue, Uver nA Stomnrtt
l.lVKlt and rnoMA'JlI TK?IJ.
Ut.KS. Trlcn f.2 00.
Rnimnn's Npeetal lnil Adnped to old
ib.'ualif enses l'rlen 5TJ.C0.
:ii)!iuuii' lipleeu tlelt Vor stubborn
c.iscii of r.nlnrtfoj Hpbi'ii nnd
uiiyleldiucr l.lyr nnd Stomach
!7o!nini!ft rnl'i4tit Int For nllmeuts nf
IlifauiNiiuil . hll'Jri'ii. I'rlfo 1.60.
ttoInian'.H fC-nnl l'lid-C-'nr Kidney nml
Uitidder Couipl'iVils. I'rlco 2.(.
tkolniitti'n trtorliio l'ad-For FemuU
Inuliles. Prlen y$M.
IIoIiiihu'n AI)ir)illvo liMllelnnl Rotlr
I'l:iler Tlm lost planter iiiu.li -
imidus u rihber lisalii. Frlc.i
Holmau'i. AIM't)tivo .lleilli ljial 1'oul
llunl, Foriiiinibfeel i.ndsl'.'if.
ftlitli 'li rul.il I mi. Prlcn lcr nnlr Sis.
Abmoriitloii Hall Mudlcnt-d Fndt llatlis-
1'ir Colds. Obstructions mi-l
nil enseii wherrf a foot linth Is
tieeiluil. Per half IK ia!tne, 23e.
ForMln liy all dniiifflsts oc sent by niMI,
pniujiiiiUoii reeelpi f irn e. Thn Abs'iri'tliini
a. It Is nut "miilnlik)" mil niu.it bowiUby
limrcss i,t puri'lirux'r'n ejcpunsit.
T in nu.-css of Miilt,iiiiiH I'ntl-i ten In-sil-e.l
liu.Mitivs ws.i olVer I:ul s.nil.lr l:i
oa.l nnd uooa to th. ti:"h I1ii.ivs-h. sayln.-,
"Tin. aru tlm kiiii", fce." Uewari) nf nit
nmi'N Pads, only mivu u;i to sull on tlnuepu
tat Inn nf llin (.uiiuiun.
r-enlliatcucli Pad bears tlio .'vcen r:UVTi!
Mirrscft KTAUiMif ll.o llolukin Pad C-ihimuj
w ; t Ii r.bo vi) Tr.i il e.M ,i r h.
It n'lllcJeil with rlirnnln nllmenls send neon
c!w d'-Hnrlptlnil nf Hytnjitmai. wlilcll will r-celv-j
iipnr.iit mnl caiefnl ntlemtoi.
Db Hou4W.s n.lvk-u Is free. Pull treatlso
Sv'iit free (rii uppllcatl'in. A i-lriss,
. JlD.f.llAN HO "t.,
(P. O. Box 2,112) ua William til revt, Ho w Vovit.
aim bet i ncla lnshui
t hu most nai u 1. 1 1 sluulu
of biaclc orbrov.'Midoet
I DI0TAnflDftl01oHttuu tlio Hklnifssl
IliO I AUUHU Oly njinlled. A Bnii'lr.rii
limpuratlon ) nivurltu
uiitiii ivrv vri.ll nn.
oi gentlenMU. (Jii'.U by
It drnirirlMfii mwl nn.
piled by ml lutlr dressers. J. CIUSTAIXlftO.
W William Struct, .New Yotk.
Curc-J Thouf,a:i(ln Tcarly
COralls, C0iD3, nnJ
Th5 E Cf r'0!!iCS
Invlg-ratti :l LIVCS,
kil KIDiirSMO BOWELS
3; rcpfcHin: ilu-m to lifnitbv m
51 sin- .Hi Inllmv fiom In n
iivllnu, health ui.,1
I n'l feft'llRLMfiftTE-oTfrinBfwi IfliS
u vf t.i 1 1 tini viumo i-ini is'n nii-rri'ii.i'fUi
2 from i-lckiii y u flml it ihu remedy lUcy uvml
3 tiircn?lhi ti (limn.
J; flnnrclet tur )H. CtlO()U-3 V.'ltlE OF TAH. Tuk i
5 no i-'i..t. rursalibyiiUdriuliiUatUus Uu.
...1 U UVIUU,
iv u inn i.UDiKa txklzt res
ALL TMIOAT A.D IM COHIL.UMi j
B. K. SMITH L CO., Frrpr;., ,
Puceotevrii lo Oliver Croolc hia,
Unyton, Ohio. I
A'nlli)co)'lrlneiniini'miiiw;li asiKiM '
cuit pn-pimition. f UUKCS. j
w" wnumMWir,fti,n iwn.m.i,w '
vtealiiind ilUbi-riivvi CAFH
'OsJy'Ut AauMilftuiii. overtuiw
in euro nny rawu uor cyen,
, . MM r . i"- ii-iiH.ur i.r'i iiiiiik'iii. ,-
atofnltteffeclf. I'llre'Sn rtsu liy. shcuH
your dnivalut not !ia nil. on ris-lp nf 21 cul I
(r po'tafi staiiijw) Mowlllmvutyuiiub.niuj ;J
S. N. SMITH & CO., Prop., ,f
U Purest snd licit Xedlttno ever niailJ
. COnlltoAtlAn ot Hau. B..U. W.HJul.
1 Uandrllon, with nU thoTfaliJiaBit cm
'UfPSt1 iu other liitKra mic the mi
I llaalUi lUJitoriitf Agent on earth. '
Iwuvtv uop uiwrw on luoa. ho ranea maa valvct
w unww ur U4 ncuia caa pouiDir long tru
Ai'wj.wcn lotug ana iwia biunuiAJiL
an lATaluaUo wttkent tatoxUatiiur.
bare your Ute. It ha turea huiidrwli """J
knl- " . u .Ml YTM HOI mn CT
aa nrc uitu to uu lEm niiim
1 n litn
ran now rami
OAdei the "Inralld'e Vrltnil and Umui
tict low thl Jay, SJBJBJBJBJ
nor Oorou . ufert 4 best
I TV a rtn n . s m . - . "
O, l O la an abeoluteenMrrwistlbleciiT f or
I rQnnM. Uuln. nnln.n L., .
. . . : i , mi uoraou
A fnrn rrrnnra tn Mi I n 1. 1 1 .
....... n.v.,u ... w,,,ii. i.iiiuii uuafis
nich n resemblance to a lamb that tho
Enc tab. cnll It thn IWnrlmi lnrnK
Ut is covered with n thick, soft, vecotablo
fwool, of a yelUvr color. Th
lies .flat, short distance nbevo the
ground, whllo the hanging stcini touch-
inrf tlin parlli Innlr IIL-a tlMIn ln,o .
T"f1 ".-". twwn w .u Vj.lUiniUf
lug It. Coyorod with this vecotablo
wool, tno rosombiauco to a lamb 1b quits
XVinlAn .lill.n nl. - A...
i, i vu.vi. viuiiiwi, .hid, em, vuroiuny
lininllAfl flraf tlinn hiuiilaI., .... 1 if
newepapera, can bo kept from moths.
London hns 4(i0,000 dwellhiK home.
If y ou uro uulngo ver thero tonndSmltiT
aiU don t know tho number fhiastrce
you'd better postpone your visit. I
rti ft ti
lsJ5B6&SB Aids Dig. slio .