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which ate very rcinoimbte, when tin Inw clr
. dilution of TilKtnti.jftv r.U'Klt l romMcrril
twill lie mailt! know ii tin npjihYjttlnn In Hie .'nl,.
Money way t)r rnt ut mir rik liy 1'iKtwnicr
order, draft or regNtcri'tl letter.
C(irnvip(inJ('ncu ami newt art- always itrslri'd,
Imt letter inuit ! brief tuitl iiiiih' Imvi- (lie
Kennlne tiaiuc nf tlic aiitlinr, nut (or iiiiMlcatlun
Imt nt a (iinir.inty f rwI faith.
Ciiiiimiiiileatlnn. In the Intert'it ut ranillilatcs
Mill berWrfiM tor at tlic rate nf three cents
Itcrwunl, cmh In nilvaurc.
Obituary ptwlry will be rtiarKPil for at the
rate of ten cenH per Him mill the (.'mil lat.H
accompany the mniimrrlpt.
ltcjfctpiliimiuicrlpt wilt nut lie returned.
Mler for piilillivllun .liull reach in by
Tncuhiy ituou to insure IiimtiIiui In tliat week's
All IcttcrvhniiM lip iiititrnui'tt In'
TIIK COUNTY I'AfHl:.
Kntereil ntlhp I'lMttinice ut Orison. .Mo., an
Torms of Su.norlptloni
two doimks a xv.xn ixahvaxci:.
Kitii)AY,;ii:ci;.Miii:u 23, mm
Hookwai.tku mill Win. A. Arm.
strong art) credited with nursing tin
nntl-I'ondlctnn move In Ohio In tho In
terest ofiTlhlon. Tim young Demo,
mts nro mini, liy Hnokwnltor, to ho
against lVudlctnn, ami ho lux u sore
hoail that require! treatment himself.
TtiK indication art! favorahlo for tho
redumption of MIssMppI from Hour-
lion rule, (.eneral litgcrald reecntlv
canvassed tliu'Statctw tho candidate of
tho Independents lor Altorncv-Ocucral.
and found a tar nioro liberal stiirit
prevalent than has over before been
known. Y ith tho assistance of tho ml
''ministration at tho Congressional clec-
tlons next year it is bcllovcd that tho
new party ran bo victorious.
Tiieiie is no reason why tlin ronlrn
versy between tho tlootors sliould not
iiavo ended at tho dead President's
gravu. Dr. Koynton seeais determined
.....l. ...t....l.l..r I t, ...
uiii.tiiu iniMjiiu'i, nun ir. unxtcr, 01 1110
nrmy, shojvs 11 disposition to give him
all possible oncuurngouiunt and nssls
lance. Neither can have a good mo
tive, and bo'.h are open to a suniclon
'I lint they wlsii to provent Dr. llliss
from receiving il, generous fee. which
Congress is disposed to give him and
tfi people are willing lie should have.
Trio eoniluet of Dr. lloynton is nnpro-
fessional and childish, and his ntiaeks
do more injury to himself than to Dr.
Skouktaiiv lllaino lias been relieved
ut the Blato Dcpartinpnt, by ox. Senator
lMclingliuyseli, of New; Jcrsev Mi
ItlnineWias leon !' Vtirv' littliifimn-t.il.
citherm lime r opportunity, to make
. uir. recoru.inut.was expectetl of him ns
. tir.tpierin)il.,iL must bo a disappoint
mciH, to a man of his uniiiensr.ri.il nm
bitlqii-iitl energy to retlro from so tils
tliigiilslied, u position without having
left, Jhurimprco.Kin of Ids great mind
npoi) our International records. Ho re
tires, fromeholeo, however, and not at
. tllO Wl-ill.df f..l.l.-li..Iil,,i,l M ill..!....
. - .mm..... ..II . 1IIIUIIU,
who is gifted with tho keenest sense of
VTUV M'ls t,1,lt I'wltlfiit Arthur,
while Jiq ' iHiuht not obieet to him.
WimW .PVel.er a. mini of bis own t.lmli.n
in a portion, olllciully and hoemlly, so
JIL'IU illlU. .1.. V '
.1 ' ZJl
U'fiK Hov. Dr. 'riioinas,tlio Metho-
. Hist liei;etio oriibeinl divine, has been
Vefu.ied a farther hearing, or nppeal, or
supersedeas. ,Tho .IndH'ial Council ol
tho Church", wliieh met iit'Terru Haute,
Ind.,'' have dueided, by a vote of six
teen to lour, toeu'teriain hkm.Hii,,,.
and proceeded at ohco to tlio case of
tno "mother" wlio slandered liisulfn',
ilressmaTxer. If would be superiluons
10 consjiiior tlio grounds upon which the
'"uppeal was disniNsed. . Tho council ev
idently had tlio cliiircii.rlght t, tlo it,
nm! acted promptly upon tho rlght.and
Dr. Tiionms musMiuu) been unwarran
tably! saiigulno if h0 unticlpaied any
tor.i)uU'imio. Tho Methodist Church
lias jlccldeiUliat ho is not a Methodist,
unit that Is the cud of It. Xot being a
Methodist; ho, should not and cannot
8JJSK.V,-1'r,l"l 1" tl'" Church preach
Jug what Methodists don't beliovo in or
want ( to heiir, and It Is but fair to as
Mimo that thoy,.aro Just as siucero in
'their .views .JJiitiTho is not right In his
loctnncs as lie is1 iu his belief that ho is.
lkF.jil -'(000 jluiso.iis wlio went into
Ilio Iting Thcatro ut Vienna on tho
ht;"l(f pie 8th of l)ecoinber,'ovor 1,006
Werililcd' outfight in 11 space ol'tliiio1
unmeasured " by iulii(ites. aeneial
lirnnt, in tho four dayhl' bloody lighting
in tlio Wilderness, bud 2,2(51 killed out
.tf lr.A lrl 1 l.Jt . .
.n iuw.vv,.. iiihiui; murcipiig orilers, In
.oiioitcvivun a I ici
the lerjiji 6 lii(ttjtw at,jiott9ylvanla
had 2,-92'iuuii killed. At Sblloli rsr,
)!) 'in tA'o diivn' nahllnL' 1.7SR lit It 11
killedt iAt. Slwiln Itiver itosecrans had
1.633 of tlio 13,000 lhon engagcil killed
outright. Allithoso we 10 furious cou
lliels, in'wliich great ip;n)le.s, trained and
equipped to do their worst, wore hurled,
jisainst each other. Th n slilllirlitin- (..
each e;io was tnrnblo, but at Stouol
stiver only 0110 man in thirty was killed,
and in tho Wlhlorno.su only onu man
out of every hixty-uiiie. At Vienna tho
crowd KiUhored for pleasure. Men,
women, and children.. wcro.yrp wiled
into a building, and of .every two neo.
Jt .,wl"i,u',,,.t ,nt "'" ''' ft terrible
(lentil. Ibis Is oarnngo worse than
that of battle, and calamity niordterri
bio than tliut of. iiitrthquiike or shh,
wreck 01- hurricane. - lllttlo wonder,
then, that Austria is In a ferment over
h.coiidltloii f thiii,'.silian'iiakiswuuli
appalling calamities possible.
If Ihciv has boon much to disgust nl
decent peoplo in tho trial of (lulteati
and tho manner ii whfc'li it has been
conducted, it must yet ho acknowledged,
that lis marked features havo been pe,
ctillarly and Indisimtably Amoiienn.
Such set" lies nl llin lilil nf (In. nauyln
of the ruler of n Xatlon a ruler, too
nnlvcrsiitly beloved and mourned
oould not havu taken place in any other
country than tho United States. In the
first place, tho faet that tho murdered
man was tha President has added no
solemnity to tho seono. Republican
Americans are slow to ndmit that tho
tleath of tho Chief of tho N'atlon, while
lie is in olllcc, does not count for imoio
than tliu death of an ordinary man, or
j ought to receive- any . slgi al punish'
iliient. Thev aruslow to ndmit It thai.
! In spite of the horror which (Jarliold's
innnicr inspired, they havo tolerated
and winked at an utter luck of ceremo
ny, of decorum, of even deeoney In the
conduct of this trial, which would have
disgraced tho roughest court of justice
011 our Wctorn border. (Julteau has
been Miffercd to pose at will over the
grave of his victim; to oxamnio the
sUatteretl bono which Ids bullet struck;
togivohls opinion to tlio public, upon
pasting events; to counsel President
Arthur a to the nppointBicnt of his
Cabinet; and not only to read tho
iiuwi-papors, but, with the shrewdness
which ho lias shown tliiougliout tlio
trial, to communicate to tlio jury in
open court such points from tliuin as
might inlluoncf. their verdict. Judge,
counsel and audleuco have laughed and
fraternized with "Mr. Prisoner;" the
jury alono havo maintained the dignity
and reserve duo to tho position. They,
at leat, have not forgotten that, wheth
er sane or Insinc, tills postiitlng down
is a murderer, and that his hands are
still dilpping with tho blood of Car
field. Nothing could be inoro iinliko the
convcrtlonal courts of justleo or melo
dramatic than the whole exhibition has
been tlio prisoner's own well-played
rolo; the woman beside him, tine to
her wretched biother, helping to "man
age tho case;" the fierce quarrels be
tween the (iiilteans; and more than all
tho glimpses into their family life and
their religions bnl efs. The whole pan
orama Is illstlnctively American 111 ev
ery featnro, and still more American is
its exhibition and the almost respectful
attention it has received from tho coun
try. The most prominent social char
acteristic of our countrymen is respect
for tho Individual It was this, not the
fact that ho was President, which
bowed tho whole nation In mourning
before Garllold's dead body. It was
not tho ruler, but tlio sou, tho Chris
tian 111 his homo life, whom they rever
enced. Kvery word of ids aged mother
and every sob of his wife were listened
for by millions of responsive hourts in
those days of piolonged augm-li so lie
roieally borne. Never was sovereign
to honored or mourned as tills plain
gentleman. Itut now that ho is dead
and buried, mid ids wife and mother
oat of sight, his murderer is not torn to
pieces, as lie would havo been, nrobab.
ly, in Russia or France. Ho has his
turn as nu object of interest; he has
fair play to the extent of brutal free
dom ; and he will have justice, but jus
tice wholly untainted with, revenge, at
tliu end. There is a stolid imt'1
largo good-humor, which enables this
people to bear with (Jnlteaus or slavery
or plagues from foul drainage, or any
oinor unmitigated nuisance, to tlio last
verge of endurance before thev rnmeilv
it. It is an exasperating quality, but it
is peculiarly Aniuricau.
When, loo. rji'lit-mlndnd
difgii'.ttfd at the vanity of thU vaporing,
bragging assassin, thov oinrht to re
member that this ery personal vanity
'i national characteristic. The Xa
lion as a Nation does not In '!' or 111111
to exultantly now as formerly. It is
oiHty; it has more self-iespect ; it is
heartily ashamed of tliu gasconade of
us youth. iJiit.our political and (.oelal
customs foster vanity In tho Individual.
In other countries the social casto jut
abovo and below a man holds him very
securely in his nrontr nbien. v,...
Giilteuu wouhr have had tho conceit
roughly ground out of him in l!t..rt,,.i
and very cr.rly lu fu would have been
ruiegaicii to the Hinboo of fools, flero
he capers uiirobuk-ed in the eve tif Mm
public, until he .not only (ancles himsolf
a statesman, but confidently cites tho
Ainnguiy as nw backer when lio com
mlts inuitlor. "1" is the slotrnn with
which Americans nis i into Mi., m.ifn...
sal struggle forpluco and power,
"liy Is thisP Aro WD' Ulni'i.
bullish than our Kiil'IIsIi
Kreueh brother. Not In net. There
is no man as ircnerous or mi m..i.i.. ...
shove his neighbor up higher as tho
American, lint tho whole tendency of
his training is to uivo him 1111 ftvilirrrnit.
atod belief In hinuelf, simply because
unburnning is nuscii on tho knowledge
that every place is open to him. ir.."!.
pot nursed by his mother or educated
oy 111s lainor, as hu would bo in Kurope,
as a fiitnni 1 ni.L-uii.iii. 11 " " I1
but as a posslbh. Pio,ident. If Tie suel
ceu.is 11 , ,,o us it 111,0 1 his own efforts ;
11 IlU fiills. !irinnwfniw.,u ...... 1 . 1
. . -- niMi-wi), iiui iiu mo 111
..... ...jibi, iNnuonai iioicets of
character, niamior, rolidous belief
1 i ' is tlio class of cdu
catedA.v.oiilea..sw,o even know that
Q l et repo.so and not pretension 8 the
1'rou.liiijrl How many
petty, trivial beuiM, mvo Hpnir
anioug us simply beeauso Individuals
llkefiulleau felt Ihcniselve.s nualifleil to
M.eakforthel,,rdl J iiAvilrd, ,w
raree-show at Washington, dlsguMing
11 lM'M, .may serve a good put"
lioso, if each Anidiieaii takes it as an
exagseratlou only of actual National
characleristics, nut honestly sets hn.,.
self to study both their t.(UI0 lm ,,
remedy. , '
'ALBRECHT & HUBER,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
flutnlkltuiwwi lur.i '
20B Felix Str. North Market Square St. Joseph
,,: ask nrrlllcul Inspection uf our Itnlltlnr (Inmlv llavli
In Ht . .Injspli slaei" ItCU. we lit'llrw we ran suit tin1 itMilih nf
I'llirs, J 11 hiivi. nu I'li'Kiiut llnr tif Wntctici, (Jluvks, Muslrul
I..-. v..vjiv ... u.i'ij iii-nLi iiiiuii
llavlnu Ih'imi oitnblMieil In tills IiiiIiipm
null . uu.iij, ill ni.i., iuiiiuy null
infill .'I'l-v iiiuiua, .7j.111.1t1 inaiiii-
Of the Season.
The Best Assortment of Seasonable
The Best Assortment of
For Men, Boys.Youths and Children.
This stocic is unequalled in extent nnd variety, and at inices within
(III) l-i...,.l. nt .ill U'.. oul- ., nl... I.,.w. It.... ..f .1.1.. .
. v.i. ... ..... k viv.-'u iiic'iiv;iiwii ill iilin niuuu.
We also ask a close inspection of our line of
BLAMETS, COMFORTS, FLAMELS, YARWS, ETC.
WELTY BROS., & CO
MOUND CITY, MO.
We are now receivinc: our Fall and Win-
ter stock of goods and invite the inspection
01 ah close buyers.
Our goods are freslr and new. We did
not carry "over from last year, a single over
coat, Cloak, Blankets, or any of that class
Call and see us. We can and will' save
Smith & Phelps,
Now Fall Stock of Caslinores," Cloths, and Trimmings now on my tablo.
Wedding outRU n Specialty. Perfect Ills aro guaranteed anil only lirst-class
Kootisaiiu iriiuinings useu.
Tho Now York Jlcraltl, speaking od
Itoriully of tho ninount ncecwatytosst
tlo clalnw under tho Arroars ot ronslon
Act, says s "Tills vast sum which has
hecn voted out of tho Treasury will no.
not to veterans, widows nnd orphans,
out to n corrupt ring of rascally claim
agents nnd so-called lawyers. It is
worse than tho star-routo Iniquity."
This statement is eortcinly far from
being tlio truth. Tho Arroars Act was
a simple act of juslico-notlilng inoro
and hi siibstanco provided that nil pen
sions granted prior to Its nassnffo
pdipuld commence from thodtsclinrgoor
tieaui ot tno soldier instead of dato of
putting in the claim based upon his service;-
nnd fuithcr, that thoso cntitlod
wlio had not previously lllcd tin appli
cation might have until July 1, 1880, in
which to do so and share in tho henelit
of said nit.
Tlio first clans of claims tinder the Ar
rears Act, viz., thoso where n claim un
der the general law had been previous
ly ndusted, were required to bo settled
by the Department without tho inter
vention of an agent or attorney, and in
that respect tho law has been followed
The second clnss, cons'stlng of np
plications filed after the dato of tho
pnssago of tho act providing for pay
ment of arrears, stand, so far as agents
and attornoys are concerned, upon tho
samo looting with claims pending when
tlio law went into operation.
Tho fee cannot exceed tlio sum of ton
dollars, except In ciho of nllnwnnr . nf
claims filed prior to Juno 10, 1878, in
which, under written contracts lllcd in
tlio l'omion Office to that effect, twen-ty-flvo
dollars is tlio maximum charge
to bo paid by tl 0 U. S. pension agent
under direction ol the Department.
In no event can the CI alumni's agent 1
or attorney control the fund due the
pensioner, for tho eeitllleatc, wlien is
sued, is sent to tlio agent for paying
pensions, wlio Issues Ins clieck payable
to the ponslonm' in person, and to
whom it is seutdiroct.
If (ho liemhl would turn tho fire of
wrath against the Hwindliiig hanks and
corporations within sight of Its metro
politan habitation, it would find better
targets and accomplish inoro towm-ils
subserving tho Inleiests of good morals
and common honesty than lteanor
does In endeavoring to batter down the
rights of those to whom tho country
OWeS It UrCiSL'Ilt lll-llMtim-ttV mill ,r.
New York Tribune.
"Thi Leading American Ncwipaptr,"
style, anil they nro perfect fne-slmtles
of tho best crayon likenesses ovoi' takon
of tho martyr President nnd his noblo
wlfo. . Thoy aro beautifully prlfitcd on
fine plato pnrkr, 22 by 8 inches in size,
find will bo omnmonts to any parlor,
TERMS OF THE TltTBUNE.
Tin: wF.r.Ki.Y trimvm:.
Nlnglii Cop7, nne ynr, - . 2 eo
Five onion, una yvnr, . i nu ench:
Ten :ilCH,niiyinr. - - -l.oocncli.
And 0110 extra copy with every ton
nnni()8; or nny person nuiklne tin i
ten per cont. cash,
A Bargain for Somebody!
Being desirous" of Closing Out niv Business in Oiwmi
roller lor Sale my Entire Stock orVStoMt
iuu uiiuuiug Known ns
WE RED FH0HT STORE,
Wild all improvements.
I also wish to sell' tho building known ns th
F. Henshaw & Co.,
Wliolesalo-and llotall Doalors'l.i
Buggies, Phaetons ad Spring Wagons,
-.w .nm v xinrci uoet, ST. JOSEPH, MO,
JSSi-JllOXWFK.Y 11ACOX AND PACIFIC HOUSES. ' '
TKACIIING TIIK A I ITS AM IXDUS-
In Chemnitz, a citv of the
as ltochester, tho elementary schools,
aim gymnasium, or classical school, aro
regarded as means of nretmriition im-
tho Poly technic nnd Mining School, tlio
leenicai institute, tho Higher Weaving
School and the Agricultural School."
The Technical Institute, carripd on in a
Dunning that cost the state :i97.onn
has four departments, viz. : Tho High
er lee 111 eal Selinnl. tlm S. .!,.. I t..
Porenien, tho Ilulldinjr Trades' School.
and the Art School. Ill tlwi (Il-Ul 111'
thoso departments aro tauirht median
eal engineering, chemical teclinology
tor ciiomistry In its business applica
Hons to tie various nils lolatiug to
uyes, mugs, anil all trado coinpounds),
anu nrcliltecture. In those schools of
applied sciunco about twolvo hundred
students aro gathered. Ilesldos thoso
there is a technical evening school,
having 1,900 students.
Mr. IJ Samiielson, a member of Par.
liament, writlnir on these schools 1 11 nn
English review, reminds tho innnuiae-
turers of Nottingham that it is through
thoso that Chemnitz 'li.a
their trade in hosiery.'
American educators must wake nn to
tllO fllCt tllSt tllfll'i! la nn l,,,l,.ol,;..l
. . ..v. IIIUI.J.IIIU
knowledgo of any coninioiviiil value 111
either tho classical, or tho abstract
mathematical, or tlio purolv htorarv
course. Tho practical business men nf
America heartily despise them, not
merely ns useless, but as pernicious;
not merely ns a Avasto of time andforco,
but as tending to direct young men
away from agriculture, transportation,
manufactures, and trado, In which the
great fortunes nro made, and in whlcli
the future prosperity of Iho country .lies;
mto the parasitic professions ot theolo
gy, law, literature and teaching. The
dlfllaulty of superseding literary by in
dustrial education lies largely in the
fact, that men who have loarned any
thing or practical valup can make, more
monoy by tho direct use of what thoy
have learned than bv'toaclniir It. whlln
men who havo learned that which is of
no vaino aro good for nothini: olso ex-
copt to teach it. Ilnnee Innelinra nf Mm
useless, or abstract, wlilcji ran bo em
bodied In books, nro Infinitely inoro
abundant than tho teachers of tlin iisn.
fill or concroto, which, ns iv rulo, must
no taught oy example,
In Iho United States S (junto nu thn
6th, Mr. Edmunds introduced n lull for
defraying tho expousos Incurred in con.
soquonco of tho assault of tho Into Pies
idenl Garfield, such sum not to exceed
$100,000. A monioiial was reeolveil
from tho Lesrislaturo of luimmcnf..
i ' - ' t VMUIU 1
askin-c for an impropriation, for tho lm.
provemont ot the Mississippi, which
was - referred to tlm snnnini nnmmin...
DlirllllT t lift vnur 1fl9 'fur Tmnitw
hopes to bmpioy with increasing suc
cess tho work nnd the methods which
havo won for it 'so largo n measure of
popular npprovab It has attained, and
means nover to loso, tho high standard
of success which was aimed at by its
founder, tho largest circulation among
tlin hnt tlpnlllil. fin Inrmi n .....i.l.l....
1 , , , ""H viiuHmMim 1 nam
: " ".u T"Z,uV.n?,um 0Vct tl,(M olnb limy retiiiit
1. 'iV. . "m "l"1"1 ,ms novcl commission.
iuuii iiiuiiiieu innuyouuir newspaper Tiimrin nrrttir
in tho United States. Wo accept this iTii X T,i,Bt'J,E-
fact as the verdict of tho AmVrlcnu KE'SSfiSIEKJES " 1 Z9M.
peoplo upon tho conduct nnd character Ten corI. yenr, . . 3.00 .ncti.
of Thk TRinuNK. Tho position it oc- And 0110 frco copy with every ten
cuplos could novor havo been gained names; or, tho person making up thn
nor retained but by pre-ommont merits "'"b may retain ton percent, cash,
US n nnWrilinnnr. na 1111 nnmii .-.f a, 1 nfiinitiluatfiii
. opinion, nnd nn advocate of just public Tim prho of Tho Dnllv Tribune. In,
measures. o'.uding tho Suiulay Edllion, is 812 per
In short, Tub TituiUNi: will, ns horo- ycnri 3 for three months, 81.20 for ono
tofoie, eonUuuo to bo the medium of month. Without .ho Sunday Edition,
the best thought and tho voice of tho 910 per joar, $2.60 lor throe months,
best conscience of tho tlmo; will koop l for ono month. Tho Sunday Edition
abreast of the highest progross, tnvor "l"o is 82porear. Wo fonnot nt-
Ihn freest discussion, hear all sides, up. lord club rates or commissions on daily
penis always lo tho most enlightened subscriptions,
fntelll.irenei! nml tlm .nir,.ji .......tii.. r. .
y.i either edZ" S,,,,
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The well-known .,nMni f,,f f o. want nn ngent nt every Postollleo
The TiminNr. trill . . .i 111 11,0 un9 States whero wo havo not
tallied. Its A,M.(il.,. f nV "V Pno ". "ommances should bo made
will i ninnln nu 11 lu II.,. ..II,,.,. i .i.
i . ...I . . . ' ."".""hiiiu niu
best. I ho Household nnd Yoiimr irnR-ut
Di'imi'lniniif tin. llli......... ,.nniVii
rclimnus f(ntiii-i4. tlm ti,ui,l...t
. ... 77 . ..!.. IIHIIIW.-!;
reports, will ull bo keptupandoxtend-
"inmriuiiiiy may servo.
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Till.: Tit lit IT VP llfia li.ivnulw.n,, nn.n1...1
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by nny other paper in the permanent
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V . . ." I'lU.l.TUlU 111
uniiing nueminn oi all Intelligent road-
um io me joiiotving oners:
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