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Till'. COUNTY FA1HK.
Entered at the Fostofllc at Orcijoii, Mo., us
second -i-lass matter.
Torms of Subscription!
TWO llOM.ARS A YKAK 1NAMANCK.
fiuia'.;i)kci:miikk so, ibhi
Amonu thu 350 bills Introduced In the
.United Status Senate during thu four
days' seAubir of the past week, two in
'trodttced by Senator Plumb, of Kansas,
mo of special interest to agriculturists.
Tlio first provides for (he forfeiture of
lands granted to railroads that have
not been completed 'within the tlrao
t-pocillcd in the net of Incorporation,
and for the opening of these to public
Hettlement. Tlio passage of tills lilll
would restore to the public domain
many million acres of unearned land
no iv controlled by unliuished Pacific
railroads. ''The second bill Introduced
1y Senator l'luntb provides that, nil
liituls grunted to railroad companies
'tinder 'the original Tactile Railroad act
'of July 1, 1862, ' and all nets nmeuda
'tory thereof, and to which the qom pan
ics would havo become entitled on pay
ment of costs of surveying, selecting
and convoying, shall be subject, to all
legal taxes, 'the sahi6' as they would
have been had such costs been paid and
'tho lands conveyed to the companies.
'Under existiug laws lands granted to
railroads tiro exempt from all
'taxation until surveyed and conveyed
to to'tho- companies,- and in order to
'avoid taxation .these' havo been defer
ring tlio transaction. Efforts 'havo been
?mdo in previous Congresses to pass a
!bill of this kind, but railroad influence
bus always been too powerful.'"
ijcucrat l'opes headquarters at Fort
"Leavenworth, of tbo likelihood of a
goneriiP uprising of the Indians in the
mountains of Colorado, Utah and New
Mcxico'hcxt spring. It is reported on
good'nUthorlty, by scouts and frontiers
.iHen long fantfliar "with thu Utes. I'i-
tttes, and Nuvujo6; that these tribes in
tend uniting to light the whites when
thu "grusd grows." There has been.
as U well known, considerable disaffec
tion and grumbling among these tribes
for some time, and tlio Utes are mirtio
larly well disposed to make an outbreak
nml induce tho others to take a part in
It, becauso, muoh against their will,
they wtiro removed, only a short tlrao
ago, trom their lauds in Colorado to a
new reservation in Utah. It is more
than suspected that the dissatisfaction
among tho Utes is encouraged by their
white neighbors, the Mormons, who,
in addition to keeping alivo in their
minds tho sense and reecollectlon of
their wrongs, nro supplying them with
arms and ammunition to avonge thoin.
'Tho outlook for tho spring is such as
to nrouso grave apprehensions on the
border, and everything indicates that
our much tried army, or that fragment
oi it umier Uonoral Popo s command,
will havo to do much rough riding and
long marching during uoxt spring ami
Skventeen contested election cases
in Congress at a single session is rather
many. If it keeps on at this rato tho
contestants will bo in tho majority.
U'hero are two from Virginia, four from
Alabama, four from South Carolina,
one from Loulsjaua, two from Mississip
pi, ono from Missouri, and ono from
Florida. As every ono of these fifteon
fjontc'stants uro from solid Democratic
districts, and tho grounds'of tho con
tests aro based upon falsa counting.
bulldozing, and ballot-box stuffing, tho
majority In tho Holiso havo nothing to
intlucnco therti but art honest desire to
fully investigate tho charges. The ev
deuce, as shown "in sovcral cases, is
said to bo so' flagrant that' tho elections
will bo set aside. A reproof cannot be
too rigidly ttdmlnUBfirod ttrtoon who
fceck representation in Congrdss through
tho agency of fraud in any form.
Si'KAKKit Kkifkr's iiaino is pro
nounced with1 a Jong Ji" sound to the
first syllable, ft'-'nican.i "scold" in'
German, whlbh Itfbmjn'ous. '
i , , i ,' i i
Jcihik Horace Gray, Chief Justice
of Massachusetts, was appointed Tubs-
Hay law; as the sttcco'Bor ot Judgo
Clifford 1 on 'tho United btatos Supremo
heuch1. i '. 1
Gknekap Joseph K. Johnson, of
Confederate notoriety in an' interview
published1 in the ' Philadelphia J'rbsx,
Charges JefJorson Davis with stealing
two million dollars from tho Confeder
hoy, wiille hls nrtny was stiffonng.
Ex- Senator Timothy O. Howe, of
Wisconsin, was confirmed Tuesday ad
oitmaster General. '
Tun news from tho stenmbur .lean
nctte, of tho American Arctic Explora
tion Expedition, will be received with
IntotKU salUfaettnu throughout the civ
ilized world. She had been given up
for lost. Two expeditions liavu been
sent out lit search of her, returning
without tidings, and tho anxiety had
so Increased concerning her fate, that,
she had nut been heard from, no less
than three, ai.d probably four, search
ing expeditions would have been or
ganized by as many different (iovorn
incuts and sent out during thu coming
The I.lcutcnai.t Coventor of Eastern
Siberia became interested in the late of
tlie.leaiiuette, and organized a search
ing party to go tn quest of her. It is
not stated at what point the Jeannctto
was found, though thu Information
will prsently bo given, when the
fuller details of the matter arc made
It is now something over four years,
if wo remember, sineo the expedition
outlined by James Gordon ISnunctt, of
thu New York Herald, and commanded
liv Lieutenant l)u Louir, set sail
from San Francisco on a voyage of ills
eovory to tho North Polo. After reach
tug Wrangell's Laud she whs not
heard from, nor were any indications
lound by subsequent searching parties
by which her further course could bo
determined. It is improbable that she
has spent nil the Intervening time in
cruising along tbo eastern coast of SI
bcrla. She would have been heard of
in that case by Professor Nordenskjold's
expedition which made a successful
northeast passage, mid must havo
crossed her course. Tho probabilities
are that tbo Jcannotto went far to the
north and was on her return-voyage
when discovered by tho Siberian search
Ing party. Whether she actually
reached the pole, or how near she np
proached it, are matters only of con
lecture : but that she has added to the
sum of information concerning the froz
en regions ot the North Is highly prob
able. Slie could hardly spend four or
five vcars In northern latitudes
without dolus so. Farther news will
be, therefore, anxiously awaited,
Advices received at tho State Depart
mcnt materially qualify the first nows
received from tho Jeannette expedition
It appears from these that the Jeannctto
wits crushed in tho leu while in the Arc
tic Ocean, off the coast of eastern Si
beria and not far from the mouth of
tbo Lena lliver, a stream already made
familiar by the explorations of Professor
Nordotmkjold. Tho oftleers and crow
abauoned tho vessel, taking to their
boats, one of which was still missing
at last accounts
It is not stated when tho accident to
K'lily'a recent oven7'nnl''wlii1o sTi
to sho was
return voyage, from higher lntl-
I he January Century, a largo edi
tion of whit-h is on tho press, will bo
delayed thU month until tho 23d. Ono
of its novel features Is to bo a front is.
pieco printed In tint, a portrait of
Kx-l'rcsident Thiers nccompanlng an
nrticlobytbo Hon. Klihu B. Wash-
burne, our former Minister to Franco.
A full-pago portrait of Queen Margaret
of Italy is given in connection with an
article on tho making of Uurano laee,
for which tho Princess Louise of Eng
land has made a sKeteh. The number
also has another portrait of President
Garfield (from nn nrtotypo by Kdward
Illorstadt, N. Y.), which will accom
pany an anecdotal paper by Colonel A,
F, Rockwell, entitled "from Mentor tc
Elbcron." Tbo immcdiato friends of
tho late President legard this portrait
as giving a somewhat different phase
of the late President's character from
that presented by tho engraving by
uoiein mo uoceniDcr ucntury, and as
rovealing his affectionate qualities,
wiille the latter was especially strong
on thu intellectual sido of his nature
ine anoiypo is also interesting as
being tlio portrait Mrs. Garfield select
ed to send to Queen Victoria. Tho sale
of tho November nnd IJeeombor Con
tury still continues. A now edition of
nlno thousand ot tho latter number has
just been Issued.
The prospectus of The Now
Tribune for 1882 will bo found
otucr column, ma Trlunnn needs no
commendation. As an authority in
political, commercial and literary mat
ters its reliability cannot bo controver
ted, and is too well established to re
quire comment. Tho mantle of Horace
Greeley has fallen upon worthy should
ers, and Tho Trlbuno's advocacy of tho
rights of the peoolo iu their persons
and property is as tearless as In the
days of Its illustrious founder. Its able
dismission of tho leading questions of
thoday','Jts brizht and fearless editor
ials, and Its '"choice literary contents
havo -combined to render it ,ono of
most popular and valuable of tho met
ropolitan journals, and its European do
partraent Is excelled by no similar po
nodical on thlscide of tho Atlantic
Two of tho most notable of American
travelers and litornry men, Bayard
Taylor and 'Isaac I. Hayes, wore born
in Chester county, Pennsylvania, and
it is remnrkablo that the fathers nnd
mothers of both men nro still living.
Bayard Taylor's parents nro in good
health at his Cedarcroft, while the par
cuts of' Dr. Hayes live In Westchester,
nnd wero at the funorl of their distin-
guished son last week.
Tno New Nnenker
and all other Snoakers and Slncers.
mayhnvo clour ritUflng voices by using
Brown's Tar Troches, a suro cure for
sore throat and tioarsenoss. For salo
by all Druggists in Holt Co. Mo. '
Of the Season.
The Best Assortment of Seasonable
The Best Assortment of
For Men, Boys.Youths and Children.
This store is unequalled in extent and variety, and at prices within
tlio reach of all. We nsk a oloso Inspection of this stock.
We also ask a close inspection ot our lino of
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MOUND CITY, MO.
We are now
ter stock of goods and
of ali close buyers.
Our goods are fresh
not carry over from last year, a single over
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Call and see us.
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OUr Fall and Win-
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otha. and Tr mm ncs now nn mr titiln
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THK IMMORTAL 1)KA1 OV 1881.
Thu closing year, Is In many tnatved
respects, an unusual one. bitch inno
vation upon the monotonous repeti
tion of sunrises nnd sunsuts, summers
nnd .winters, social and literary affair.;
in short, any interruptions of regularly
expected transpiralons, nro calculated
to startle us lrom n mechanical statu,
and set us to looking for exceptions to
general laws, if wo bo superstitious,
thu brilliant pueeossloti ot the several
comets in tho pummor heavens, will
present n solution of the previous dis
asters ot tho year, and furnish abun
dant material for gloomy forebodings
of tho future.
Hut whllo our eyes were turned earth
ward, engaged with our calamities
there, these infrequent nnd bountiful
phenomena of tho upper world, lifted
to themselves our troubled gaze : but
not long till Ireshhiroads upon accus
tomed surroundings called us hence.
At tills time, however, It is designed to
speak only of recent deceased authors ,
and that In no critical manner.
On thu threshold of tho now closing
year, began a scries of shocks to tho
literary world, which terminated but
recently in the removal from American
lltoraturc, of souio of its most popular
authors, Georgu Kllott, Thomas Car
lylc, Lord Rcncousllcld, Dean Stanley,
and J. G. Holland compose this retinue
Together let them bo recalled, as, al
most together, they passed "beyond
Collectively, they represent a nearly
universal literature: philosophy, theol
ogy, poetry, essays, novels, oratory,
find In these, nblu and unrivaled expo
nents. Litch, in soma paitiettlar sphero
or spheres, holds now, and perhans
will ever, the same cuviablo nnd undi
Not lesi than sixty-six volumes havo
linim nrodiu-eil liv this fntmiiin idnslmv
uoks t'o whole, tlio deepest, tho
purest, tho rarest to bo found in any
ago or tongue.
The8o are not writers whoso beads
could contain but ono Idea, or whose
pens were prostrated by the effort of a
slnglo book; rather did they unfold and
produce till tho last, with unabated vig
or and power. Nono had outlived his
or her strength: eiants tliov still wero
whoso continued lives yet promised
moro and more.
If wo want books to kindlo tho hid
den firo of tho oul, books that shall
bring to our oyes tho beauties of lands
unseen with tnelr froieht of immoital
history, books that will spoak to the
imagination, tlio reason, the heavt; and
that will elovate, comfort, develop, cm
power, could wo find a more satlstac-
tory selection than theso : Lotlmlr, Dan
101 lruium, vnmili cn,l
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oicsmiiu, onnur iiUMUTIIs k...v u
French Revolution P
If wo would drink of the deep, cold
fountain of truth ; of thu wido boundless
ocean of reason ; of tlio warm sweet
stream of sympathetic love; of tbo vast
tmfnthomablo waters of tho human
soul, let ns not forgot Iho dark-oyed
New-Englander, tho iron-willcd States
man, the venerable kcoporof Wostmln-
lster, tho larero-hendod. larce-hearteil
iittlo woman of Warwickshire, neither
tho blunt but far-i caching Seer of Chel
Tho Cottagn Hearth,
Published nt Boston. An Illustrated
Magnzino of Homo Arts nnd Homo
Culture. Contains more reading of
Practical Domestic Worth and Positive
Homo Interest than any other maga
zinoof Its prieo. Each number con
tains Portraits and Sketches of Distin
guished Men, Superior Home Music,
floral Articles Stories nnd Advcn
turcs, Choice Poetry, the latest Fnsh-
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Corner, tho Young Folks' Window, nln
fully illustrated. Tho next number
will contain tho first chanters of the
new story which Dr. Giorati Mac.
Donald is now writing, entitled
Weighed nnd Wnntlng, from advanoo
manuscript furnished exclusively to
this magazluo by tho author. This
story alono is wortli tho full subscrip
tion price, which is $1.60 per year.
Wo uro enabled to mako tho fol-
lowing liberal offer to our readers : To
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and pay $ 2. 70 in advance, wo will
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evory homo that has a Bible in it
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low rates :
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ty ciJl)ios of Tlio Weokly Tribune one
year, to dltroront addresses.
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40cont8,Qhloh'lhc subscriber will re
mit lavishing it scut by mall. Except
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A Beautiful Gift.
There ought to bo in oyory houso iind
every office in tho laud good portraits
of .Inmes A Garllold and his heroio
wife. To enable overv ono to possess
thorn, overy subsorioer to tho Tribune
who, with his subscription, will send 10
cents additional tufpny for packing and
postage, will iecelvo as a present from
Tho Tribune nn elegant llfe-liko por
trait of tho Into Piosldont Garfield or
his wife, whichever may bo proforred,
or for 20 emits additional wo will yond
them both. These noi-fi-nlis tl.n 'ivi.
stylo, and they nro perfect fnc-slmlles
of the best rrnyon likenesses overtaken
of tho martyr President nnd Ins "noblo
wife. They aro beautifully printed on
fine plate paper, 22 by 28 Inches in size,
nml will bo ornaments to any parlor,
library, or office.
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by registered letter, Pos'otllce order, or
draft on New York. Address ti
THE TMII1VNE, New"York.
WILL JJUY AND t'AY
The Highest Price
Call on tlirm nt their Stalitrsnml pet prices,
410 &418MESSANIE ST., BT. JOSEPH, MO.
7 Per Cent. Money
For ti short or long period on Impl or
ed Farms. Have -180 acres ot land to
lens j for Grazing; 8 niilrs noith of
Mound City. Have also for sale tho
SK NE and tho NE SE 1-1, fi2, fl9.
May be seen at Mound
City every Saturday and . nt Oiulg,
Monday each week. Address.
J. FOSTER MARSHALL,
Rent Estate Agent, Oregon, Mo.
"STIM. AT TIIK HEAD."
Ti FMIRIS FARMER
UK THK UMTIU) KTATKH,
li preiiap-il fur a vIkiimiih -aiiiinfKii Uiirlnc the
, . llu.inawUiioi.wi tlu loarvo o.im
;li-'rl()iiiiciit nt llu- (lri-.it Nnrlliwi-M ilurlnc
the flirty iihi nmrc years uf Its eventful anil
uwfiil Hie. Itls li.-tlcr in-iaml tlian evertu
n ail tin- Aurli-iilturlHi, rtHrlit'iitrlHt, anil Htm-k-ltalser
In New Coiiqucnts III the llelil of ltiiral
Tlio followliiB area fpw of tlio trails which
ilMliijjulsli Hie fralrlu l-'ariner fruni must im-
It is Inileiiriiili'nt.
jiliees, It Is in jmMtlint to Nrak out linlilly and
w ill) no cntniipUiiK alll-
tllNlioak Ollt IllllillV llllrt
iiuiirnii 1111 an
thu liuinliiK (iiu-slliniH of -tlu
It N modi-rate. Solierly earnest In all Its
vlcws.lt makes It a mlrii In express tlicwo vlrws
with coolnr.si uiU iiuiilrriitlon, avonlliiR the
emit of the hypocrite tout ttiu extravpiiu-o of
It Is eoniprelii-nilve. All the questions lxar
liiK upon tho well-liohiK ot Iho AKrli-ultural
popiilnlloii nro illwussi'il Ih In paues.
. It Is rroiin-sslve. No itovlce of n-at lienent tn
the AKrlyulturlst esi-aiu-s the vlmlenro of Its
eye or falls lo receive duo nttrntlon In Its i-ol-iiinus.
It Is i-onserviillve. ltccoKiililnij that the most
lirolltulile nml rvllahle mellioiLs In Htoi-V ilrneil
hiKUiiil rilliiKeiire thuso which iishkoiiiiiI ex
perience havo wstabllshcil, the t'nilrlo I'aiiner
is not hIow to wiira Its remli-rs iu;aliis the many
ilei-epllve initloas of tho day.
In iiililltliiu Ut the usual departments at mi
Airrli-iilliiriil p:tpor. It fumlshrH a Full l'liiroof
Editorial Wrltlntr, In Which an (lisni.sncit tTioso
matters which havo a direct ami material Infill
oneti on the profits of priMliictlon-such h
Transportation, tho Tnrllt, 1-'Iii,iiico, Huiiklim,
torclisii Aljalrs, Bebt. Taxation. Monopoly,
and I'uhlli! Iniprovemeiits. All lniHrtatit In
ilustrlul movements hi this country und nhroad
lire ciirefully lioteil and commented on, nnd
the more linimrtant phases of National polities
ar- prcM-uti-d hi 11 enmlld and iion-pnrtlsiiii
manner. Ilirre In no (iu-stlonot social, edu
eatlniial or Industrial lir.pn rtanco ttiut tho l'ra
Irle Farmor hesitates to liamlle.
TKHXN OF NVBNCRIPTION l
SIiikIo Copy, Ono Year, Tost Full! $2.00
" " Six Monlhs j,u)
" " Tlireo Months so
For CI uhs of Tlireo Subscribers, Ono Year B.oo
" Idi-ven ' " je.oo
Sample Cohles will bo sent freo on application
Outfit free to iiKents. who aro wanted evely-
w-hcre. nud to whom liberal commissions will I10
itcmlttunces should bo made by postal moi..
cy order, reiti.stcred letter, hank draft, or by
express prepaid, Address
PBAIRIB FARMVIl CO.,
East Forest Mill
is now prepared for buslnoss nnd will
pay tho highest market price for Wheat
CEO. W. BELL'S
IMPROVED WEATHER STRIP
Ii one of th Most Valuable, Useful nd Prae
OF THE ACE. A
ileed a sum protection ndWist
Hain and Doit. Will savXWii
limes Its cost In tiiw nnd
season, It Is nppllCHhlu t
doors. Is onminriital and doWiiot nit or niur
put on. r ft ,,ny '' ""it quickly
Simple, Durable. Cheap
Urfrtcdsfytcsr''i,le ,lart, 01 0anaUft nn,
OEO. W. ItELI. CO..
Nt, Joseph, M
Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth tho email nrlen of if,
cents Ut freo yoursolves of oyory symp
tom of the.su distressing complaints, If
you think so call ut our storo nnd ot
a nottiouf Nhiioh'H vi,luzur uvor.. )oUo
has a printed minrantco on It - nun nn.
cor.dingly und if It ones you no good it
. 3ou n,,l"mg. Bout by T. H.
Hinde, Oregon, Mo.
To He Well Ilenlcd
ll0 Brown's Al-lllen Snvn for nnrlnn-
Cuts, Itiu-ns, llrulses, Frost-hltd anil
iniiiiimxi hyus. t'orsalo by nil Uru-
huno has had engraved In the bijgt iff1'1' M(