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Fit I DAY MOKNINO, frill., 15, 1SC7. A Young Wifo Cured of Jealousy Mrs. Miller, in New York, a young married woman, road "Griffith Gaunt," and becomo jealous. Her husband started on a business trip to Philadel phia, and nn old maid, who was at tho dopo.t, saw liim entering tho car with a pretty young lady. Old maid hurried to tho houso of jealous wifo nnd told her story. Jealous wifo started for since. Philadelphia, and in duo timo arrivod nt her destination, nnd proceeded to tho Continental Hotel, llcro sho fell in with a gentleman whom sho had known beforo her marriage, and to him, with many tears fiho communicated her sus picions, and besought his advice. "Your husband will probably bo nt the theatre this ovoning," said Mr. B. 'You had better go and confront him wiin tuo lauy." "liiu l can't go alone." UI will accompany you with measure." All nrranecd. Mrs. Mil Icr and her escort occupied seats in tho urcss circiu. uooKing auoiu, ivirs. Miller discovered her husband occupy ing a scat not fur off. Hut he was alone! Sho began to hope it wa3 all right. But just then tho husband . chanced to turn round and beheld tho wifo whom ho had lefc at home, in com pany with a gentleman whom ho did not know'. Ho was not inclined to jealousy, but it looked bad. IIo made his way to his wifu's seat, and with a Btcrnncss she had never boforo experi enced, demanded tho reason of her presence. ''In one word,'' said ho "tell mo if you have deliberately becomo faithless to rqo V "I faithless V ejaculated Mrs. Mil ler. "Yes, madam." "How can you dream of such a thing, Charles V and sho was ready to cry. "Because I find you hero with this man, when you ought to bo nt home," said Charles. "I I thought you had run away with nnothor woman," exclaimed Mrs. Miller ; "I really did, Churles ; and so l i came niter you." The story was told after a while, nnd it turned out that Mr. Miller's compan ion was a young lady placed in his charge by a friend. Somowhat ashamed, but very happy, Mrs Miller transferred licrsolf to her husband's charge, and re turned next evening, perfectly cured of jealousy. . VARIETIES. "Biddy, did you put nn ogg in tho coffco to settle it ?" "Yes. mum, I put in four ; thoy wcro so bad I had to use raoro of them." Biddy was cleared cut. Subiocls for conundrums being near ly oxhaustcd, ono despcrnto .joker has gono back to our first porcnts, nnd in- quires, "ny was iuyo not mraiu oi tho measles ? Bocauso aho'd Adam. A certain euro "How did you get rid of that troublcsotno lover of yours, Carrie V "I married him, nnd havn't been troublod with his attentions It is a mistake to suppoao that every body iu Kentucky is running for Gov ernor. Thcro nro thirtocn men who nro not. They nro tho candidates for Lieutenant Governor. Pntronizp Homo Institutions nml Keen Vour Money in lltcNfntc I STATE M SURANCE COMITY. (CHARTER PERPETUAL.) Iliumiljul, MlMMOitrl. Authorized Ouarnntti Capital, $800,000 1 Offers Indemnity to Property Holders Against Loss by Fire $f Lightning, HOME OFFICE IN LKAGUK'S liUILDINO, corner oi .Mam Ami ucntro street. DIRECTORS : 0. W. Siliniwi, Pres. PlkoCo, 11. It. Hannibal, Josiah Hunt, I'rcs. 1st Natlonnl Dank, J. T. K. llAVWAiin, l'rcs. II. k St. Jo. II. R. II. W. Mraiiowh, Dealer In Agr'nl Implo. " Ciia.i. HiiKi'l'Alii), Ranker, Springfield. David l'iNnnt, Hanker, St. Joseph. J N. Sthono, Underwriter, 1 C. N. Clam:, " Hannibal. J. 3, Siho.no, " J OFFICERS : J. T. K. HATWAnii, President J. N. Stbono, Vlco President. Josiaii Hunt, Treasurer. J. J. Stbono, Secretary. C. N. Cr.Atsif, General Agent. W. P. Wilkin, Asst. (lencral Agent. L. P. HaM'F.r, Traveling Agent. Canvassing Agents wanted nt nil tlinc4. Apply at the office of tlic Company, or nddrjss tbo Secretary. II My Mrs. Roxana Dwight was lately fined ono cent and costs, at l'rovidcnco, for striking Ellen Curtis in the face, bo causo slio put Tier arms around Mr. Dwight's neck, and asked him to go to tho theater with her. A. Cosmopolitan bank, whoso checks will bo every whero nt par or premium is to bo established at London, with branchos in tho lending cities of the world. This will do awny with bills of exchange. An old lady, who had insisted on her minister praying for a rain, had her cabbago cut up by a hailstorm, nnd on viewing tho wreck, remarked that she "never know him to undertake anything without overdoing it." It is pretty well settled, that thi3, or tho next UongreiS, will restrict tlio res ident hereafter to one term. Mr. 'Wade offered a bill to tho Senate, some time ago, which was reported back to the Senate by tho tho Judiciary on Monday. Tho subject will bo discussed, very SOOn, And at prices so reasonable, that you will over Don't be In a Hum When you want to buy DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Or Indeed any of tbo numerous articles needed In your family, but aftoryou bavo been every where clio and examined tbc price, style and quality of good;, then Go To Win. II. Stori'otl'M CJoriici, Wlicro you will find a LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, PUR CHASED IN THE "NICK OF TIME," THE NEW "IRONCLAD." Hardware and Agricultural Implements ANDERSON & CUMMINS t HAVE ON HANDS AND ARE TO RECEIVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF Hardware and Agricultural Implerhents Ever Drought to Holt County, consisting In part of Iron, Nails, Glass, Cutlery, HORSE SHOES, MULE SHOES, HORSE SHOE NAILS, CHAIN TUMPS, Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Files, Saws, nim Ixodes, Xutclics, Ox ClmliiH, Coil CIiniiiM, Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Hakes, k orks, ISrush boythes, Plows, Gang Plows, Shovel Plows, Corn Cultivators, Sulky and Shanghao Cultivators, Corn Planters. They nro soiling tho Celebrated Cbampton Clothes Washer and Wrioccr. Terms. Cbcnn lor uasu. usu nt uia mien uiook aoriuwcsi corner ruuuc Miuarc, 3f lv OREGON, MISSOURI. UflOVKIt ic RAKER'S Sewing Machines Were Awarded the Highest Premi' urns at the estate Fairs oj Kentucky, Tennessee; Missouri, at tiir TAins or Trie, American Institute, Franklin Institute, Mary land Institute, Mass. Mechanics' Association, cnn. Mechanics' Institute St. Louis Agricul tural nnd Mechanics' Association, nnd at nu incrous Institute! nnd County Fairs, Including nil tbo Fairs nt which thoy wcro exhibited tbo past Ibrco years. First prizes bavo also been awarded thoso Machines at tho exhibitions of omloii, rnris, Dublin, I.inz.Ucs ancoii. lltiyoiuic,8t. 111 zicr, Cliuloim. And they linvo been furnished, by tnecial com mand, to tho Emprcst of Frenet, Emprcst of Auitria, Emprcu oj uuma, nmprcts oj urazu, yucca of Spain, and Queen of Uavaria. W. Sc .T. W. Dealers In ZOOK, Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. Oregon, Mo. Buriod Cities of America. Since our Into atticles on this sub ject, wo bavo heard of an interesting discovery in 1854 of tho remains of an nncicnt city in couth America, trans raittcd by nn official document of the Governor of tho provinco of Loja in the Ropublic of Ecuador, to tho .Minister of Foreign Affairs. It appears from it that tho ruins aro situated atsomo twen ty miles from tho city of Loja, in tho contro of tho mountain called Tambnb nluco. Toward an anglo of tho north, in an extensive plain, is to uo seen a beautiful tcmplo of sixty-four yards long and ten wido, with pillars perfect ly worked and in good condition. To tho south is seen a magnificent palace or sixty yards long with a grand gato way, worked in tho snmo style as the temple, spacious saloons nml apart ments, with cnclosc-J baths, winch con vey tho idea of gardens. To tho cast stand sovcral buildings, forming streets. which though of less magnificence, aro of tho samo material. Tho former populousness of this nncicut nnd long buried city may bo estimated by tho size of two pantheons on each side, each at least four nnd a hull! miles in extent, with places set apart for inter ring tho dead. St. Louis Republican. S Ilard to Swallow. Tho following extraordinary occount of a determined attempt at suicido is gravely rclatod by tho Epoca, of Mad rid : "Tho individual in question, being fired of his lifo, resolved to tako such measures as must infallibly insure his death. To that end ho started for tho sca-shoTo, provided with a ladder, a load pistol, a botdo of poison and a box of matches. Having somo timo before discovered a po3t standing a lit- tlo way out in tho water, ho fixed his ladder ngainst it, and ascending, fast ened ono end of tho cord to tho top and passed a slip-knot around his neck, swallowed tho poison, and striking match, sot firo to his clothes, then, pla cing his pistol to his oar, kicked away tho ladder ; but in doing so his Load swerved, and as ho fired at tho samo moment, tho bullet instead of penetra ting his brain, divided tho ropo and he fell into tho sea, extinguishing his burn ing garment ; nlso a quantity of salt water ho swallowed caused him to throw up tho poison ho had taken, so that ho Bcrambled on tho shoro, convinced that his timo had not yot arrived." A young gentleman suffering from too strong a sensation of tho moro len der feelings, defines his complaint as an attack or lasamtuo. in that body When Jeff. Davis was in Congress ho was on a committeo for tho docoration of tho Capitol. On ono of the paint ings purchased for tho purposo the South was rcnrcscntcd by an Arcadian Rcenn. with a nerro in tho midst, slnen- U'VO j - j j. ing on a balo of cotton. Mr. Davis mndo a single comment on tho picture : ""What becomes of tho South whon the negro wakes up i" 1'erhaps, he can answer it now. An Englishman's idea of America was well exemplified last wcok by the arrival of a young cockney from Lon don at tho Clarendon Hotel, New York, and his appcaranco nt tho office early tho following morning with an Ameri can rifle ho had purchased at home, and tho conudential question : "I say now, my donli fellnn, nro thoy any of tlio bloody Indians about? I want to have a crack ot somo of them, you know. I bought this rifle to do that sort of thing, do you Ecoi" Tho Zancsvillo Courior says: "A young lady, while promenading tho streets somo days ago, suddenly faint ed, was picked up and carried into a dwelling houso near at hand, whero a physician was summoned, who removed only eleven pair of stocking legs and ono pair ot hoso beloro ho succeeded in restoring circulation through tho calves, and sensibility. A story is told of a eoldicr, about ono hundred and fifty years ago, who was frozen in Siberia. Tho lust ex pression ho mado was, "It is ex ." IIo then frozo as stiff as marblo. In tbo summer of 1800, some French phy sicians found him, after having lain for ono hundred and fifty years. Thoy gradually thawed bim, and upon ani mation being restored, ho concluded his sentence with "ceodingly cold." A tract upon "Hell," by Roy. J. Furniss, a Catholic priest of London, gives moro dcfinito information than has hitherto been obtained on tho sub ject. Mr. Furniss states, among other items, that hell is 4,UUU miles from tho surfaco of tho earth : it is a boundless plain of red hot iron, with an atmos phere ot nro and rivers of scothmg iilth and sulphur. Tho book is specially in tended "for children and young pcoplo, who aro often lost by not being eraittcn by terror." after, when purchasing goods, nr. cr.itT.ux to .o slow Until yon Iiavo nn opportunity to sec Stcrrclt. wocannot in nn r.drcrtlscmcnt rurnlsu-a cat- uloguo of our slock but wo find it to bo lMSNIClC .Sc LOVING, Cash Wholcsalo Dealers in TVTiTTriCI P T) A ATT" CI Ti A mTCATm 1 TTnTVTnTTVTTTICI trouble to snoffJS)JVXi3 M J3UU1V. 1A1M1 MJijmUllNMV UUUIJtS ! AND CHEMICALS, jSTComo to tho Northwest Corner Framo to GLASS. PAINTS. OILS. PURE WINES. AND LIQUORS. COAL OIL. I i ... . ' ' W. H. R buy Cheap H7-ly AVI1.EELE11 & WILSOri xo.s :t nmi 5 ; NECOXUST. LAMPS, STATIONERY, &c, SAIJMT JOSEPH,. M0. ThoQROVnit& lUKBRKlAstic-stlch Sew jr Machines are superior to all others fur tbo following reasons: 1. They sow direct from tbo spools, nnd ro qulro no rewinding of thread. 1!. l liey nre moro easily understood and nsed, nd less llablo to derangement tuan other ma chines. 3. They nro cnnablo of executing norfectlv. without change of adjustment, n much greater varloty of work than other machines. 4. Tho stlch mado by tbeso machines is much moro Arm, clastic, and durable, especially upon irtlclcs wmcn rcquiro to bu washed and Ironed, than any other stitch. C. This stlch, owing to tho manner in which the under thread Is inwrought, is much themost plump nnd beautiful in use, and retains thli plumpness nnd beauty even upon .articles fre- liicntly waslicu auu Ironed until they aro worn ut. G. Tho structure of tho scam is such that. though it bo cut or broken nt Intervals of only a fow stitches, It will noitlicropcii, run, nor ravel, hut rcmiins Arm nnd durable, 7. Unliko other machines, tbeso fasten both ends of tho scam by their own operation. R. With thcsomachlncs, while silk Is used up on tlio right or faco stdo of tho seam, cotton may bo used upon tho other side without lessening tbc strength or durability of tho scam. This can bo dono on no othor machine, and is a grent raving upon all articles stlched or made up with silk. 0. Thcso machines, in addition to their supe rior merits as instruments for sewing, by a chango of adjustment, easily learned nnd prac tised, executo tho most beautiful nnd perman ent embroidery nnd ornamental work. QIlOVKIl & UAKEIl o, M. CO., 011 North Fourth Street, St. Louis. nl2 ly SE1VLYG MACHINE. Awarded tbo highest Premium nt tho Inhibition or tlio Kt. I.ouls Agricultural ami Mlcbanicnl Fair, 1800. XIIE WORLD'S 3T.A.IR, LONDON, bringing them backtoastato of AT the trench exposition, r a it i o. EVERY MACIIINF. IS Wni'i'niileu Tlireo x ours, FULL INSTRUCTIONS QIVKN At tlio liouso of tbo customer, nnd neither pains nor expenso spared to have them thoroughly unilemtooU and used successfully. Till: YKARLY SAIICS OF WIIKF.I.F.R k WILSON ARU EQUAL TO TIIU SALES OF ALL OTHER SEVINd From the Scientific American, . Wo uso tho WHEELER & WILSON, and pro- nounco it without a rival. A. SUMNER, 410 North Fifth St., 1128-ly St. Louis, Mo. DR. JACKSON H Balsam of limn wort. I I'lST-Thcy nro tho North "Western Wholosalo Agents for DR. D. JAYNE k SON, and DR. J. C. AYER & CO., and can furnish their medicines in any quantities. noO ly SAMUEL HAYS. IV. V. RICHARDSON, M. I)., luto Sure. Ocn'l of Mo HAYS &; IICIIAJRX80Y, Successors to SAMUEL HAYS, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, Corner Second and 1'clix Htrect, BT. JUS1SHI, JU1SSUUU1. ( EXCL US1VEL Y WHO I. US ALE. ) TTAVE constantly in stock In large quantities, tho following goods purchased from tho importers J.1. ami innnuracturers, all or which will uo sola on as rcasonuulo terms ni tlicy can no bought tor in St. Louis or Chicago freight and charges added, Drugs and Medicines, foreign and American Chemicals, Patent Medicines and Perfumery, School Hooks and Stationery, Dental and Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Braces and Bandages, Paint nnd White Wash Rriishcs, Window Glass & Glasswaro Coal Oil & Lainps,&c Merchants and Physicians wishing to pnrcbaso will dn well to cxamino our Goods and I'rlccs beforo buying !lscwbero. Goods packed with caro and despatch. Lists priced ntid returned per mall, timers solicited H'.iy D. A. CONSTABLE, Importor nnd Dealer in Iron, Steel, and Heavy Hardware, ALSO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, WAGON MAKER'S AND BLACK SMITH'S MATERIAL, OUTFITTING GOODS, Etc. FOUKTII street, H81y SAINT JOSEPH,. M0. HMIE GREAT REMEDY FOR COUGHS, )1 A V 0 !s I Wrt PT ATVI1K I 1 colds, soro throats, hoarsuces, spitting of x l"l'WkJ.j-j-rJ:ji. AilllJk) . r;tf3C to igiuuu Chest and Lungs and Consumption, Tins oiu tncu mcuicino stands higher In rcn utation than nil others, its effects nro prompt and certain and It has cured moro bad cases than all other medicines put together, don't lull to givo it a trial ana uo convinced, as uo lays aro dangerous. collins nitos. St. Louis Mo. Solo 1'roprUtors, SALT SALT RIIEUMI Tho London Lancet, in a note on tho confessional, now extonsively discussed in England, roforring to a suggestion that tho married condition of tho Eng lish clergy militates ncainst the main tenance of socrcsy, observes : "Medi cal praetioners aro entrusted with so crots as important as thoso divulged in auricular contcssion, and it is raro in deed to find their wivos in any way cog nizant ot morn, ic is a univorsni ruio mn ,rt u, ncu or salt nnruxr. tor W1VCS or meuicai men 10 avoiu aSK- n a few applications. It also cures nralne ing questions respecting patients, lest scratches, chilblains, Ulcers, and all eruptions thoy should unwittingly becomo nwnro oflbe skin whero other remodles have been tried -p c--i. - ...i.:-t. i..7i...i u.n ! ln vnln curc3 BpocJily nnd thoroughly, l'rloe in xuuii ui nuitu uiu uuu uuiiui juuiuih goo cents a box. Bold by nil drugghts. By iunorant. " sondlnKCOcentslnalettortoCOLLlNSIlROTH- I 11 II 11 .1. . t,., p. iri . . . I I'.ivo. Euuiuvvvai. cur. -u a vinu bis., jiOUls, Mo,, it will no sent tiy mall ireool postage. JOI1 1'ItINTIMJ, M. II. SJtXTOWm& BT, LOUIS, MO., ITCH! ITOHI1 RIIEUMI oTM TTAVING constantly on bnnT 11 sortmont of fiust-olass Fi one Houso In tho Wost Instruments mado by AJins X 1 As- 11.- T -. nskoptnynv They kt the ReliabTo 'Wherever I go," said a Ynnkco gentleman, remarkable for his Stato prido, "I am SUrO to find SOnsiblo men QUCH as Is usually dono in country ofliccs, Is I ffnm mv nwn Rtntn." "Nn wnniW ' .- said tho gentleman ho was addressing ; for any man of that Stato who hns any senso loaves it as fast as ho can." Geo. Sleek Co., IVm. B. Bradbury New York PianoforL Chambers Gable James W. Vose Iff ason & Hamlin's Cnliln $110 to $000 each. Also, on band. SECOND-HAND 1'IANOS, MELODElNS, &o. i ho., Ti r 1 Or gnus promptly executed at this oilico. Which are told at lwryaint Bend for "Circular" nnd Tricc-List." Warerooms: Cor. Fifth $? IValmtt (Under Southern Hotel,) 10-Om BT. LOUIS, MO, I for blanks. IlI.AMi DEEDS. tub Can supply all demand. A BUl'PLY .ALWAYS ON HAND AT Xi. Skntinel Oliloe, Dr. Ilr.MlY'ft JForld's Tonic and Blood Purifier AKD ROOT& PLANT, Are tbo greatest rroventivo nnd Curative Household Remedies of tho age, nnd nro won derfully cflioaclous in curing Dysncptlo and uonsumptlvo symptoms, ucncral Ueblllty, Lan gour, llilious l)lseacs, A'fTectlons of the Liver, atomncu, iiowcis ami munoys, remalo Uom plaints, ScrQfulous Alfcotions, nnd nil disease arising from impure blood, nnd a snro prevent lvo of Fever and Ague, Cholera, Yellow Fevor, Ullloua .lever, io. Bee circular around each botflo nml box. Pre' pared only by tbo Urafton Medicine Co., St, 1.0UIS, bio. Ad minis! rutor'g Notice. TUOTICE Isbereb; given, that loiters of ad IN ministration upon tbo estate of Hiram N Upton, iloccascu, havoucen granted to us by tho uounty uourl ot uolt ooumy, uearing uato tin 18th day of Deo.; A. 1., 1HUU. All persons hav ing claims against said cstato, aro requested to exhibit them to us for nllowanco within onp year from the date of said letters, or Ihey may bo precluded from any bcncittor such estate) ana it earn claims uo noi cxmuueu within two years from tho dato thereof, they will bo for over barred. ZOOK & VANBUSKIRK, Admr's ' Jannary 81st, 1807. febln304t New York, Vermont, Now Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana. Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia, N. Carolina, California, Oregon. E. REMINGTON $ SONS, MANUFACTURERS OF Revolvers, Rifles, IHiiKkctK nml Cnrliiiies, For tho United States Service. .Also A'ooleet iiiulBoHRcvolvorw, ltF.l'KATINO PISTOLS, RIFLE OANKSRUYOLVING RIFLES. RIllo & Shot Gun llarreK& Gun Materials, bo1 I by flun Dealers and tho Trado generally. In these tln's of Ifautttrtakinu and rollem, fu rry Home, Store, JJank, and Ojjiee, thould iat'4 one of 111SMIJNUTONS' KISVOJjVISUS, Parties desiring to avail themselves of tbo lato Improvements In Pistols, and superior worlunnn-hip and form, will find all combined n tho Now REMINGTON REVOLVERS. Circulars containing cuts nnd description of our Arms will bo furntsbod upon application. JJ, Kii.Ml.NUTUN H BU.-SS, llion, H. 1. Mooni: & Niciiot.s Agents, No. 40 Courtland St. Now York. L M. RUMSEY & CO., St Louis. liocstov Wliiitici', AREOULAR 11R13I) PHYSICIAN, as bis Di ploma which banc in bis oflica will show has mado Chronic Diseases the study of his life, and has a unlon-wldo reputation, having been longer located in St. Louis, than any other ciirotilo ulscaso physician. Much or Ids practlco has been of a private na ture. Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Striatum, aVl Urinary diseases, Sytibllltlo, or Mercurial alfco tions of tbo throat, hklti or bones; Orchitis, Her uin or Rupture ; also, tho effects of a solitary haiilt, ruinous to body and mind, producing blotches, debility, impotency, dizziness, dim ness of sight, confusion of idoas, evil forebod ing, aversion to society, loss of memory, weak ness, &o.: not all theeo In any ono caso, but nil occurring frequently ln various cases. CS?" .Accomodations nmplo, charges moder ate, cures guaranteed. Consultations by letter or at oilico, free. Most cases can bo properly treated without an Interview, and medloines, so euro from observation, sent by mall or express. uo iiinucrcnce io Business in mosi cases. Address llor 3092, St. Louis, Mo. Hours 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Oflica nerma- ncntly located at No. 05 St. Charles street, be tween sixth nnd seventh, ono squaro south ot Lindcll Hotel, a retired spot in tho oontro of tbo cily. Consultation rooms, and rooms for the accom modation of such patients as require daily peri sonal attention. Evorybody Cnn get, inn soalcd loitwr euvelop, my Theorr. Symptoms and Treatment of Nervous, UnUry and Sexual Diseases, clearly delincatlnc all tho diseased conditions, with fuU Symptom Lists, lor iwo iiiroe-ceniposiago stamps to prepay post age. Circularsor Ladies, relating to Discuses of Puberty, Menstruation and Pregnanoy, 3o, l'ji'iy GET THE 13E3T 1 MR8. iiu r CHILDREN Is now truly acknowledged a superior prepara tion for nil diseases incident to Infants and chil dren. EVERYBODY SPEAKS In exalted terms of commendation of Its truly wonderful effects and medkal virtues, and aro delighted with its uso, ; SfiyPnioK, Oniy 26 Cbnis a Dotiw.-XBJ Sold by all dealers in raeityclno. Prepared only by tbo QitATioN Meuioihk CojirANT, St. Louii, IbaPbtbb, ngent, Orcg, Mo.