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FRJJIT TSIS WAR. n,... 1 vr WAB. contract lor as high n rate ns 8 per , ivdv mntirv ih v. ii, I . t t . . i ui.. . u . . v. tree men v i wiiw. it u uui iiruuuuic iuui-iuu acii' . - auviu-r a iivhiv ttmn in.fr i - nH.i i . :it I - ki ......... t " , xmb jurt ilic UUU UUUBQ Hill UC UUJU UJ tUIUU IU vHSuOHi XXS30USI. fSSSoABT 21, 1878 j r- u. aiiison. who claims lo olg nursery near Shenandoah. Holt County may bo counted on as "good for 'five hundred majority for KJrant Hext year. Gkkkly's paper, the New York Tribune, will heartily support Grant tor President uext yer. -am TiiE'Tlood of years" has overta ken.Frank Poosgate of St. Joseph He last week became a Srandftlicr. will J All the Indications are that an ad journed session of congress will be nr-cessary, as there Is a "rent ilf.il nf n - ntifintshed business ou hand, Wb have yet to hear of the first Ke ... . puoiican paper which will refuse to support Grant when he Is nominated for (he Presidency next year. Tue next Presideno'f the United States arrived at Iiombey, In India lat Saturday. He will go thence to China and Japan, aud return by way of California. TftE Skxtisre. sets its face as a flint against butting or gambling ot any kjnd; but if any ot our readers will but, we adyise, them to Make their wholo pile on Grout tor President in 1880. Hotr would this ticket do for next year? For President, U. S. Grant of Illmoia. For Vice President, John A. Gar&eld of ibio. own n Iowa, has been selling large numbers ot trees to tho farmers ovor there; nnd a tew days ago T. W. Gaunt, who has n nursery at Mnryvllle, concluded ho ""iu go nnn take a look at Mr. Ma. son's widely advertised Tilt. Arbor nurseries. In a eoinmuntelron to tho Mnryyille Hepublican fie iells tho re- - ..it ... oi ins inp. which tnav be briefly summed np Intheconelndlngeentonce: "The great nursery i on mner ami not on earth." ln other words, there Is no such nursery. Mr. Mason Is simply n dealer in trees. It teems: and he buys wherever he can do so to the best advaDtatj. Mr. Mason sold n great many trees In thf iinPAa . t - "Pf" i'uiuuii ni noil COUIliyt CAPITOL NOTES. 1 It Kl. CArtLJNn II. i . uuir muse irees win Kn. skntikkl in- th pnnriM r . .... i j - -.-....., va iim.oui i8 3 m De seen. votir Ji-ffergon VMv itrrennAn, i T. I- ..1 .... I ' . " ivBT ration saier tor farmers send von a pomii.iinlc.itir... for to buy trees. of men thoy ktwif to be DaDer. all ll.rhr. I ' 11 tin flnlmtnrt,nf W.ln..a ln..tln..i an understanding, and the result be no change in the law. The Governor sent to the senate for confirmation the names of tho follow tag police comniUsIoni-rs for St. Louis: J. C. NIdelet and Win. II, Ladd for lour years aud David H. Armstrong for two years. The nom inations cause great dissatisfaction, and it Is thought thu first two will bo re jected. A very Urge number of petitions are being presented in favor of the enactment of the Maine Liquor Law, and it is probable that a constitutional amendment to this effect will be sub mitted to the people. mcrize me loaning ot surplus school fore been made to export honey In monies. comb and the successful venture is due i ueairo 10 avail myseu. or mis op-; to the enterprise of Messrs II. K. & F portunlty to Holt rountv views concerning any question In j hem I lenrn the surprising tact that j- t i -iivtipcu. .utrepiB ii. iv. (sr. :o request the pe'oplo 'of B. Thurber & Co., ihe leading wbolo lo send expression of their j sale giocery house of New York. From your THE upon the besrinnlllir of nnt-spsxlnn hnv, ia i.KT HUM. nj, be,,- transacted and the 'hnniMimh' i no Disposition indicated by a large resolutions and bills of illvpra mfm. number or our legislators to pass bera hiivinir been rmi.inriH.1 t-. thi, n ww nxing six per cent, as the max lninm rate of interest, ctttscs consid erable excitemznt amonir hiislnp86 men throughout the Stato. It is be lieved that the passage of such n law would cause the immediate withdraw al from the Slate ot the hundreds of which. I hey feel interested. In the ab sence of any sneb instructions. I shall act as I think the interests of the pro plo demand. H. O. C. WAY LAW-USBRT-riETY. EniTOit Skntinki.: Justice de mantis that our legislature should at this winter's session pass a slay law for the benefit of the'debtor class by which every one who owes on his or her larm.one hundred, Ave hundred or any other sntu.and has been paying an extortionate rate of interest for years, would be able to pay both principal and Interest and secure .their farms as homes for their families to live on in he luturo without iw.in rnhw nf Plant those costly sweets, and become their labor. Will not some of our wun 08 as wun lDe ancients an tmpor representatives see to this important tant ortlc,e ofl09d? question ? iMigianu cannot help buying our Rlchteonsness ilemn.1 iw ihi. honey. Tor her flora Is lar Inferior to moneyed class of onrcounlrv should our8 1,1 honey-proUucIng qualities and reduce the rates of Inttreit fbey have oee culture is not carried on to any great extent in America, except InNew York Stnte and California, that Cali tonii honry aflcr paying three cent! per pound freight brings about ten per cent, less here than State honey, and that It can be produced profitably at thrco to five cents per pound under priuient management, ir this be trite whnt a vast and profitable Industry it mlcht be made to America! Whit other sweet can bo produced at that flgnre? Heney i ennnllv desirable for a score of uses with either sngnr or syrnp. Why. if so much cheaper, should it not for many purposes sup LpESJ IJNT PHI tip MHVZ,TE. SCHULTE BROS CASH STORE. mm pi UJont go off half-cocked to. taking i paction on the Presidential question. - jThere h nothing so successlul as auc . ess; and success cert alnv awaits U. S. Grant.. We have on file for next week's is sue of the Sentinel a two. or three column commnmcxtkui on tie money question, from W. R." Atliimo, which will astonish the natives. It Is writ ten in hi own inimitable best vciu. niEbt. Joseph Gazette eame out last Saturday for Tllden and Reform in 1880. In a very short time, Demo cratic papers everywhere will be hast 4 eriirig to take position in favor of the old man, as be will undoubtedly be ihe Democratic nominee. re spective committee "Morgues," the assembly is -now wrestling with num erous bills that are from lime to time repoited trora the various committees. Early in the session n resolution was passed declaring this n 'Revising Se filon.1' nntl in pnnfnrmlrv I n M thousands of eastern money now loan- tntnt nn.i mnn. w..i...t , ed here and the result would be dis- ,he House, and was concurred In by vil . . . . . i . K u" "ei;ejate, creating a committee of ....M.jm,ittc.unM iteVuoi,cau SCVCn, 3 from the Senate and i from 1. ' 'he House whose dntv it was to ex tveryrarmer who has a mortgage amino and pass upon ail bills and re - .u.. . ui-clny muresieu in me vised laws that were recommended for pcumng usury law. Don't let him de- nassnffo hr ih vrtn. sn.. cene nimseir wi:h the Idea that it will nOI,a i .om,nipJ, Th onoMi i.n been charging for tho use of their mon cy, to at most five per cent per annum. AH who seem so disposed to sympa tmse with their fellow man and act npon the principles of right, nrfil be no longecan usurer,,! afc Ing all that' peo ple can miiKe anil more ton. will con fer a great favor on the o. pressed and show signs of repentance, and the net of such charity would be an ornament tn their history dnrlng their natural life4il uo moro And they wonld stand a great deal better chance for tho tu ture life, for I tell you, O. man. God her farmers still use the old conical hive and kill their bees lo get the honey. Our clover fields are limitless and every State is capable, without di minlshing its otLer products, of grow iug more honey than New York State now does. The Pall Mall Gazette com mentlng on this initial shipment ex claims: "There seems to be no limit to the provisions with which America is prepared to supply us." Our honry crop amounts, with the bnsincs iu its swaddlingclotbe8, to 35 million poands. One firm puld to one bee-keeper for bis season's crop a sum larger Superior wmm presslon on the part of the House was, that this method of revision wonld be pursued, but because ot some inform al a higher all lies tho Senate hna Inst .IwUro.l ihn easily fore-1 rcsolntion 'creating tbif committee un make money cheap. The law doe-n't propose to compel the capitalist to lenU at six per cent., but iraply to prohibit him from lending money rate. The result can be u. ul .a., uuc anu tne Hector constitutional. This action renders looKsarounutonnUsoinconcto leud some future legislation on the subject him money again to extend his matur-1 necessary Ing obligations, but as he cannot give J that U now belnir nmd. hv rtlfr,r,,nt such security.as will induto anj body committees, maybe complete aud Con iu iuhu ai six per ceui. anu tue law tor- is against you tor taking usury ot your) tnan tno salary of President Hayes. fellow man. You are not justified nor 0ver ntllf a bee's tlrao is consnmed in excusable because men agree to give I building tho comb cells, but an enter! you snch high rates of Intorett. P"mg laukee. Mr. w. II. Hoac, has Drowning mc-i will catch at straws I invented a bees-wax foundation fori anu you have only been holding therathe comb, which the bees work over! up by a lew hairs of their head. Fi- lnt0 ce"8 n a trifling time, and appear I uallyyou let loose, and they sink. probably never to rise again. O, vain man. why-will you persist in wicked nets ? And behold ihe loss and misery that you have brought on the families of those who have bren tolling for years to secure a little home for a rest ing place! Yon arc not only robbing not to know the difference. Tbcyinslot I however, on pure wax, and will n-. work any that Is the least adulterated. itoge is smart : Any man who can fool a bo deserves a monument M Comtn arc, besides, being Savrd by a I newprocess. The caps or onterendsl of the honey cells are shaved off. the I UdlllKilWlri Is C! Bread C!t!ia rf t&z PnnSEED AND mwm mm w EVER MADE FOR THE PRICE. DON'T BUY ANY OTHE CftlU jam lurt Carrrcllj tualit Uc GRAND CHARTER OA' SOU) X0Z,t7SIVXXT B? Zzcdsior Manufacturiig Compaq is io fii Jiaia at., Kt. ixmii, Xv. J. H. NIES, OREGON, MO. We take pleasure in announcins- to th public that we have commenced a narf.npr- ship business in the old stand of Schulte & Mclntyro, and we would request the-customers of the oldfirm to continnA in irn m w w V&itUV with us,and respectfully invite all;. o4Ur friends and the citizens of Holt County id give us a liberal share of their trade. We expect to buy and self for cash, and will save our customers large sums of money by doing so. From now on we will endeavor to close out our winter stock. Come in and buy some of it at low figures. SCHnJLTB BROS. - us Hon. Nicholas Ford, the new mem ber of congress from this district, has gone to Washington to attend the con venuon ot greenback congressmen f - which meets in that city to-morrow. tie win remain until the fourth of March, at which time he will take bis seat in congress. In case there is an adjourned session. Tjik Greeuback members of the next House are preparing for a strike .iney declare tharelghteen of tbem have argreed not to affiliate with either party, since they will be able to bold tho balance of power and command their own terms. They will of course join either party which will give them the moat "recognition." It will bcalmost as good as a clrcns to see Clarke Irvine and Dr. OcneSul and John W. Stokes and the rest of Ibe Democratic Grccnbacfcacs of nolt county, tossing np their bats and shouting themselves hoarse next yesr for hard-money Tllden. As an ofl"ct, we will probably .find that Republican f5reenback"ers will toss up their hats, with eqnal vigor for Grant. i hk proposed redaction of the fnx on tobacco, treasury officiate estimate, win lessen me amial revenue about $9,000,000. and it is probable that their influence will be used to induce the president to veto the measure should it pas Congress. The treasury offlcl ais are also said ti favor the Jevyin oi a national tax sufficient to increase thejrevenue from $3,000,000 to "$10 000 000". IMinlll With Ihn vlnm nf on-... bids him to pay more, the mt.rlgnge Inst this action Senatar Reid hnn tntm mAn' bl,t God nnd Jnrslf by your comb placed on a revolving frame, and on his property is foreclosed. aBd not- Uiced a resolution which provldos that covetoU8ne'8- lou shuW lo right.- tho honey is expelled by centrifugal withstanding the fact that be rould the various standing committees of the 1 nave praise of God and wrce. anu me empty, uninjured frame avert bis rum by borrowine at fen Dcr Sennt nn.i it, ,r t. n,an- . Sot t0 'he hive for refllliag. Is wk. uC..iK,cu luengni io save tees nf the Houie shall meet in Joint himself. If tills sn.rvillrd tisnrv lour I . 1 t . . . . scbbihu, iu orucr mai ine work ot re- wcrc designated "an act to foreclose vision may proceed without any Inter all msrlgagcs nd sell all OHCimbered ruptlon aud may be consistent when property." it would sail under Its true completed. This I am Bniiflii unit tu COlOrS. I (titliAdrnvl tn nhnii-lnll.. I... U TT . . u .u i.ii.v.iuiiy iij luu IIUUIC, for Here fa a strong dolrc wllh most members to have harmo niuus W. R. Apams. MORLEY'S LCTTCRA TOSK THOX HEW Ik adrocating a five years stay law Cee communication In another col umo) . R. Adams is nndoubtedly act ttaled by good motives but we flunk h8 plan would work great In Jnstice. There are, for Instance, many poor, widows whose sole means of Hv ing Is the Income derived from a few hundred dollars they hnve loaned To slop the payment to them of eithei principal or interest lor live years would be an unpardonable wrong, Anil this is only one case out of many i Ht presume tho Corning Herald .will defius Iu position in its first issue ; but; lest one point should be over looked, we beg to propound these In quiries: If Grant and Tiiden are the only rreskieatlal candidates next year. wuiciioiiaem win we licrald sup- !ort.? Or will it refuse to support either, and take to the woods f wootrrsc, if tiro Jlerald has "any netfiancy about wheeling Into line so long befuro the battle we will excuse it from doing to. Still, we would like to know, you know. Tue advocates ot woman's ilghls have achieved a great victory In the laiflge ot the act of Congress entit ling any woman who lias been for three j-cara a' member of the highest court Jnany States or Territory, or o ho District of Columbia, nnd woo possesses a good moral character, ti praencc before the Supreme Court of the United State. This result wag brought about tha-almost unaided but uiitiringefTorUof Mrs BelraLook wood the one woman lawyer of Wcshington. the xkuihiutre. urauwrs io nave carmo niuus nc The following is a snmmary of the "l0, crltIcI8,1 to tho contrary notwltb proetediags of tho legislature since s,auu"'2 our last: I Ono of the most Important bills a t r r . I . i . . a rnoiunon inirouticcii in the I puescu oy me nouse is an act to pro- house by Mr. Dade proposes an amend- tect our treasury. whSh0, CnnM,al10" "f R,i:f?Ur,;,b?' A b'U t0 "cs or Stale which the supreme court shall be divi-Lnw k, ..... .... .. . , Z?0?itV?TTZ' PWIoto reduce the salaries of conMstingoftwo jiidjfes having sup- rir,.. ,.,,,. tJ .., ,.,.., consisting of two judges oi criminal law cases and composed o. tho chief- known as the equity department, with JU0 ll0U8v refused to concur'in the a further provision that the chief. Ins-1 Senate bill creating a commission to tice may be called upon to cither of the two first named depart menu In cae of disagreement be- on 1,8 u"CKel' anu this amounts ton tween their respective judges. It Is I practical demand of justice in some not likely that the propon. d diaages c8e8' where the appeal has been taken Will bo made. . n order to delay decisions nnd -starve TllE 1.111 for the reduction of official Unis- J" of this a.ndi- salaries, which passed ihe hm,. rn- i,u" UI lu,,,- 1 rci me refusal to ri.l lhn thn nrmnr .h.ll Concur 88 UUfortunatC a salary of $3,000 a year, the secretary I" ram oar Sesalur Corrtapondent, New York, Kebruirr 15 1SI9. ACTOK AND I'ltEACHElU Moralists can strike an eary balance between New York's regard for rec reation and religion rcspi-cti ,-ely, by comparing actors' earnings with preachers'. Beecher gcU $-20.000 ; Ed win Booth. $100,000 a year. Dr. Hall. orFltih aveiiu., and Dr. Dix.i.t Trlni tj get $15,000; while E,vjSouthern earns over $150 000 as tord Eftindfoarv not tbls growing industry worth care ful consideration by our farmer ? Morlev. Of the manv Guides and Seed and Plant Cutaloane sent out bv our I aced-men and Nurserymen, and that are uomg so mticn to nitorm the pco-l pie ami oeaiuuy nauenncn oiircounty I none are so beautiful, none so instruc-l live as Vtch t Floial Quide. Its pace. Is ibe choicest. Its illu-tratione band- some, aud given by the bnndred. while its uoiorca l'iate is a gem. This work. nltongli cotlng bnt five cent is hand-1 Ome cnonah tor Gift Book or a place I on the parlortahle. Piibllsbsd by James vick itocneJier. in. x. Trustee's Sale. WlIKREAStirV't-tlorTnul, UaW lb 1st I Uy or UcermtMr. 1474. anil rcariM in I to hav charire L.n ' anu John E Owens plays thirty weeks Bookia. i.Se5-o Wra..tijr iid Dtion the third. ,,,.." """" anally ior ?OT.O0O. Tallmage preach- tKiwiowiwdera' istice to be es for 12.000, and Joe. Jefferson plays ""R- "the eouotyorui.it. state or Mu Ina. t?... .a. . . . net with , 1 uc 0,,I're,ne court in cleaning Mil. It ilni-bnt Tho run.rf line ocn r . mv. -iiu. . Uu iiouuuice fony weeks as Rip Van Winkle and earns $120,000. The scholarly and girted Dr. Storrs has $10,000 salary. aud Alaggie Mitchell earm 330.000 to 50.000. Dr. Cuyler works hard and faithfully for $8,000 a year, and Dr Kepworth tor $5,000, while Dion Bon cicault has just finished a season as the Shaughrau," etc., at $3,000 a week and bis managers scold him in the public prints because ho would not play longer at the same price. Dr. Potter, of Grace Church, has I fl IT BTT n m nmm tt a . hi th pi 9hTi hi y ii y Hnwymn is? iuu a it U qui m uii i in- liii iai. V will commence closing out oar entire stock ot BOOTS JL2STJD SHOES. to quit business and willeontinue THEY are ALL SOLD AND IIGuMLISS IF COST II 1I.I1TI OUK STOCK IS CO.-HF&ETE MUST BE SOLD W H BRADY & Co NO 211, North Side Market Square. SIG.V &F THE M1G G1CEE.V BOOT, StrJOJSiMO. THE FIRST LMMl I0LIDAY SALE OF CLOTH:rN"G- AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS -AT THE- Th House bill to substitute circuit ot 6tate, treasurer, auditor, attorney- for county attorney was defeatedalso general and superintendent of public the one to regulate the building of S'0.000 and parsonage; the eloquent mairuciion yz.wuu each ana tue rceister oaroeit wire fence. All the members UT' 1 ,aany '3 mo once vig. of the land office $1,500. I irom Worth west worked and voted orous. now venerable. Dr. Cbapln The house passed the bill repealing neaint this measnre, and a practical 2ets $10,000; while pretty Mia Nell- the dog law. and forcible speech from Mr. Camp- 80 nake over $150,000 a year, and A bill was introduced, providing bell of Atchison aided materially ln Fttnn3' Davenport ennrs $1,000 a week that hereafter all voter at. any, general ,n securing Its defeat. or -pedal elections In this Stale shall Mr. Foster, of St. Louis, introduced only be entitled to vote in the miinlcip- a bill in relation lo our public schools. voter may one provision of which Is that no Ian guage Buve the English shall be laugh in any public school. Our committee on education, to whom the bill was re al township in which snch at that time reside. A bill has beon inf rod need to pro vide for the establishment of a board ferred. took the ground that teaching German for tbls Is the real issue Is a local matter and should be settled by local authority, every week be plays. Common play ers get starvation wages, and (Iq so common minHers. I know prcachor? within 75 mili'S who work like bcavprs for?300to "$400. while thb average salary ot Ainerleati clergymen is.ibqut $500 equal to.the pay ot a horsecar conductor! Lof one and lira, anj fltxt.n In ltinrlr I. the town or nig-low. which coiiTFj-ancc u made to (ccure the pay ment ot certain Droml&Mrr mitt ihrrrln cnora, ana wurreu urtauii mm rern mail I thenarment or aai.l notrai aad tlrriiT n .'roirr is nnat.ltf to act as audi trustee aa afore- alrl; ana whereas it Is proTirted in aalil ileeil or trust ini in tuie or nia nixenoe. Urath. rrniaal in aci, or (inability in r.y wie, or ll.o tnutre, the then acting abcrifforilolt couulf .Jlo.at the 14"". ui mr ira. no.uer oi aain nwea nmy mnvnuiwi. uir firvpeny nereinueiure ue britMKl. Now therefure. in comiilianeo with the pmrutons or ult ilewl or trut, at the return di ine irgai noiuer oraaiu notrs I will on WEDNESDAY. MAUCII 28, 18T9. offer for sale for cjmU to the blshetl bulderat ine court noiine tuior In the citr or Or.ron State erMuaourl. between the hnura nf tiln o'rlock In the forenoon anil tire o'clock in the e aalil Win. II Oils ley in ami to ine ai.Te real evtate, Tot the purpose omd awl exiun W. II. Fit AUK. satisfying said note and the costs awl ellbistrast W. II. FI! Mieria Holt coantj- Mo. FOR SALE. A Good nook for an Man. Enterprising of Immigration. By the provisions of this bill the Governor is authorized to appoint a board ot immigration consis ting of three pcrsoiiM who shall have an omco in any ciiy to oe designated endorsed by the school board ot St oy uirmecivrs wnere snail be kept i-ouis. ir the majority ot the people samples of the mineral products of the of that city or any other city arc op tho Stato. Tho bill fixes the salary at poeed to auch Instruction, thev can $l,200-eacb per annum. eaily Bt ttlo the controversy by elect- In tbeSwntte.tlio bill atitborlzing luS sn-b directors as will best serve the Board of Edui-atiou of the town of tne,r wll,hes. 11 on the other hand any I creatures which I dare not describe , Oregon, Ho)t Comity, to let or lease a c,,y or coui'ly desires to retain Ger- 1U' produces what tho sanitary officer room in Ihe public scVuol building not nmM l" legislature ought not to take calls a " flltb sodden atmosphere,; " used to the Boardof Directors of the awi the right to give such instnic- which the cows breathe over and over tion. I think the bouse wljl. sustain the uctfou of the committee itr its ad veree report- Some important legls lati ii will be necessary in order that our school law may be made eflcctlve. The rejiort of tho Supt. of Public orthwesf Normal School in that city was reported favorably by tho Com mittee on Education and engrossed, Jhc House after a debate all day, rejected by a vote of 103 to 25 the bill A KIIIM OF CHILD I'OISONF.RS. AtBliriSvillc, L. I., is a stable, con This view has beeu I taining 800 cows who never see the 8uniigiii, never breathe the onter air. take no exercise, stand month after month in a stall 42 inches wide, live on hot distillery swill and furnish milk to our children. -Their food and mode of life have an effect upon the poor until their lungs become diseased a1d their bodies, healed by a consuming fever. In a manly burst of Indignation this official exclaims: "Could any de vice of man or fiend be contrived which wonld sooner or more effectually 1 itcoire to tpl my farm and homo eou'Utlng of 15 acres, lying I mile east of Oregon -good house, barn and orchard. Terms easy. The properly is all iu first-class condition Address W. It. Springer tf Oregon Mo, Vlck's Floral Cuied. A beautiful work or 100 paaes, one Colored Flower l'iate.-. ami 300 Illustrations, with des criptions of the best Flowers and Veareiables anil how to crow thera. All lor a Five Cent atamp. In English or German. The Flowtr and Vegetable Garden. 17S Pares. Six Colored PlsU-s, and manr hundred eograr inf. ForWcts In papercoTarai tl.00 in ele gant cloth. In German or EBgllsh Vlck's Illustrated Voutblv MirazlneSi na Res, a Color-! 1'latu In ererr number and rosay tine Enzntvlnn. Price. II. SB. a rear: Fiva sioplaa for 5.W. Specimen nualirra irut for mnnu. Vlck's Seeits are Ibe best ln the world. Send FlTe.Cent Stamu tor a Floral Gnlde. c-.ntslr.lnr nai anu unees. anu uieniy oi iniormation. .iu- dress, JAMES VICK. Ooebester, K. Y. providing for a Supreme Court Com mission to fiuieh up delayed business, bchools is clear and emphatic on this I depopulate a community?" '1 he offl iUe bill regulating ihe builditis: ofP,nt- a wo verj' Important bills have "rs assea to see the sick cows harbed-wlrc fences, and reqnlnus that hee't Introduced by .Mr. McDanlels of I "nl wero promptly told there Apropos of tho rompuleary cduca- tion Mienie before the legisla'uro U the fullnwing: A young Cliluninan at PIiIUIp. AeadWny, Andover. In exceedingly backward in Jifs kfiullm. The faculty of the school scut nn nfflclal notifica tion of (lil fnct to the Chinese Gov ernment at whoso expense thn block- head I being edurntrd. The Govern- ineiif artrd promptly end vigorously. It inatrtirlt'otis wore brief and rntnprf heiiIv. "Send him home anil tvi-'ll tiehead lilm all barbed-wire fences fcliall have a board securely nailed upon thu top of the fence, failed to pass. The bill to abolish county attorneys and go back to tho old sj stem ot cir cuit attoracys aUo failed to pass. j nc out uuiKing ine crime ut rape ptHiicb.iblo with dealb by hanging pars ed tho hoiiic. It provides that every person who sIMll be convicted of rape either by carmHJy and unlawfully knowing any female rhljd under the Saline. The first looks to fixing a I was n0t alck ono in the stables. more edequate or eqttitablo afsessmsnt They searched till they were wearied law a Jaw that will find that eva- without finding one wtf cow Sever neecent class of property which of-1' had pleuropneumonia, others had times modestly retires on the Assess, fever, all bad kidney and bowel troub- oi' approach. The second int-a-uru la ,e The cows never leave the stables to submit a constitutional nmeiidmAnt alter entering, until giving no more whicX, If ratified by Ihe peopl.-, will ullk, they are "fattened." driven t change the bafcis of representation in the shiughter-houso and we eat their our legislature. The consideration of PIsned bodies! Previous attempts Mils proportion will show who are the! Dave bt-en raade to 8Ppre this awful real "reirenchera" nnd who Ihe sham. I business, but he firm It immensely age of twelve years, or upward, shall Mr. McDaniel's resolution proposes to j rlch an1 0,,r lct'i,, ,i1wh prove.! "inef. suffer ilcHth In the same ntunner hr If cor.vlctcdof murder in the first de gree, or be pnnUhid by imprisi ument in the penilentiaiy not lew than 'lve years, at the discretion of Ihe Jury be fore which the I rial (e had. In the Imuso. a hill fixing ihe maxi mum rate of Interest Jn this 6tnto at six per cent wasordered to engrow ment. In the senate, a bill was paeted fixing the legal rale of interest at 5 par U'cnt., but providing that parties may limit the House to 60 and the Senate to fectlve." Now the Governor has ta- 20 members. It maets with consider- ke" ,he cnte in hanU Hn& 'he b-glsla- bio favor, and a few are in favor of a tro will bo asked for necessary nu- still greater reduction. It has been 'hority. Indignation finds ho words Intimated, however, that somo mem- corchlng enough to apply to tho men bers who have most loudly demanded I owning and operating these stables. "retrenchment," are opposed to this kind ot retrenchment. I desire to make a correction. The bill which you attributed to me in your Inst jutie was Introduced by Mr. Campbell of Atchison the bill lo an- AXOTKIt OPENING TRADE IIONKV England was startled a few weeks ago by the arrival of 80 tons of Amer ican Honey jn the comb, which was landed In good condition nnd sold at a fair price. No. altoinpt had hereto- AGENTS ! O K. J'alOlt PRICEB and 7AHT HF.I.I.- and bIHLEM, are most cmiilolelv represent ed in oar new OSABTB CeHlNATie.H PROSPECTCM BOOK, by sample pares. bindings. Illustrations, lo. Popular works of every kinu. anu aurc success ior canTassers. All actually wishing employment, address for terras. Scammkl 4 Co. at. Louis, Us. Feo. 81,-flw. a mem msmi AXD A HAPPYjffif YEABto all who trade at the ELEPHANT STORE lor the next SO days. NOT ONLY HAPPY ON JJMJBY BUT REJOICING ALL WINTER. Happy because kept warm by IiKft af Clothe far S4.50.-l Rejoicing bocauso protected from the ttorm by mill Otereomt for only S3.SO. MEimV. because wife has -i Fine tel of Furn for 82.60. The girls dresscif in Calico Costing but Sc per ytt Head anil Ears kept warm by 2 Cat for the sum of HBc. and If yon would rather Iiavconc ml Hat for only 36 cent. A R CAD E -ilS XTelix: sH.t., opp. JSuTeKIiixriey's Commcnred Mm.Jay, Deeesiber 9, anil will continue until January J, 187!. Tlio entire sew stock, int lulling th recent heavy purchase, will btr oflcred at prlcia that will salltfy onrand aH that they can buy CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS for the HolK days at prices lower that the luwtvt. Special In luccmeuta will be nHereil In BT'axd Youtfm Clothing. Droken suits for Men and Boys will bo sold without regard lo ccr. Overcoats are bound to be sold out. Heavy beiar salts will ot be carried over. Io fact all winter good wiHbe clearcti I out lo make room for an entire kit ktoek for tho early spring, so do not fall to go to the ARCADE for your HOLIDAY PRESENTS, belore the bar gaias are all had by those who come early. A R C A D 41S Felix jstr, St. Joseph, TSIp. GUS LEVY. 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We were great snSeren from Itching Piles, the symptoms wen as aboTe aescnoea, ine use or nwayne-s uuuatin in snort urn nuua avpaaieecnre. J. . i.nsui, PhllsTfehoe llonse. JUX.SodSt T.C.W2TUAN. Hatter. 8 8. 8th St.. Phils. header. If you are auSerlnt from this dis tressing Complaint. orTe'tcr. Itea. SesOdHead King Worm. Pimples. Barbers' Iteh, any Crusty. Scaly, Skin Ernptn, use 8 Wayne's il oe erea- oem Ointment and by mall t any address on receipt or price (In surrency or postage stamps). Sua a box, three boxes 81.23. Address letters, Dr. Swayne & 8on, 330 X. 6th St., Philadelphia. Xo charge for ailrlce. Sold by ill ugglsts generally. Jan . 3-y I . Take Ayer'a Pills, the be3t com blnation ever invented for a purga tive medicine. gsflhe Re Front Forttt City, trill pay the highest market price for choice steeet roll but lir ana fresh eggs. $3 eoUPUTZDWATCRM.nsa IB ins K Agtntl. inths known warlo. SampU Watch Y as Aoarrss. A. vovltxs a Co., uucsga ATBAB. 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