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Th'RM.H: 81 50 r year, in advance. TWISTY TKNTS .MIlUl ION.W. (for postage) TO ..nwuir.r.KS on or Tim i ouxty. Terms of Advertising. One Dollar per square for first in-?ertion, anil Fii'y iVnt.- for each nbeiuent insertion : One .-ii:irc, twelve lines nonpareil type, or one inch down the column. Administrator-; Notice l0 J'inal "-cttlell'.cllt Notice W sjrav Niilici' ' 00 one Dollar for each additional animal. Loral ten rents per line first insertion live vent.- per line for oaeh htib-eipient in.-ertion. PKIDAY MOKNINC, .l.lNl'AKY ':'., it:. THE ELECTION. The election in this place on Tue- day hM passed off quietly, with no disttivbinL' occurrence of any charac ter whatever. The result in this township was more gratifying to the "Republicans than they had anticipa ted. In one or two other townships vc learn the same was the ease. AVe are satisfied Johnston and McKillop i are elecied. and that the First District ....... 1 w Mir nw n h II ViMU'OsfMl- represen- .... . . .. ..,.. teu. suit: The louowing is theomcial re-; Ucnton Clay Umpire .Jackson letrer.-on Lincoln Monroe No-iawav I'latte....". Kochester Wa.-liins;lon 21 -'7 ;V! 17 :; -IS IS it-2 :.c. ". :5f 'is AT, OS s r.i l.- 17 17 :;o -17 1!) r.i 7.". 1 -IS . Ii'.l . s . ;":t . 2'.t .ITS . C1 . IS . 1 1C CO IS n '". .1. .lolm.-ton ami M. McKillop eat:h i'rHi lia'.v.-on, Till Uepnhlican majority, 113. T. II. I'ari-h received 11 votes. Tun following is tho return of the Vote in Xodaway county for Delegates to tho Constitutional Convention, on Tuesday of this week so far as heard from : Tolk Uopkins irden ( I rant Xodaway Hughes 281 Ki!J K)i : . ?f.; '.V.1?,1 '?!'! 17 if ' . i i l:H 12S 7:; New Skxatoks The following have been elected to tho 1. S. Senate during the last two or three weeks: M-assaciiusetts II. L. Dawes, JJep. Delaware Thomas P. Bayard, Pern. Indiana Jos. E. McDonald.Dcni. Xew Ynuiv Fran "is Kernan,Deni. Pennsylvania Wm. A. Aral 3aoe, Dein. Maine- Hannibal Hamlin, Pop. Louisiana P. 15. 55. Pinchback, Pvep. Nevada "Wm. Sharron. Pep. rissouiti F. M. Cockerill, Dem. Tennessee Andrew Johnson. Dem. Iviiode Island A. E. llurnside, Pep. Michigan- Isaac T. Christiancy, Pep. Xeuhasicv A. S Paddonl-. T?"i- A snow slide occured on the Alta City, Little Cottonwood canon.Utah, demolishing two houses and killing six persons. A p.ill was introduced in the House of Pepresentatives by Mr. Grounze, on the 20th inst., appropria ting 30,000 for the distribution of seeds in those districts devastated by grasshoppers. The Holt county Sentinel says that since the cold snap a number of Kan sas wolves have made their appear ance in that county, and made them selves disagreeably familiar. On the 10th inst., a young man, Thomas Miller of Andrew county, in the employ of liobert Patterson, of Holt count)', cut his left foot nearly in two with an ax: he bled nearly to death before the arrival of the sur geon. Gen. Ambrose K. Purnsido was elected Senator from Rhode Island, on Tuesday last. Gen. P.'s majority was a good one, and little Jlhode Is land has done well. Her choice is a Christian gentleman, a good soldier, and a thorough statesman. Ivinq Ivalakaua andsuitclctt St. Louis on the 20th for San Francisco. They stopped at Jefferson City long enough to complywith an invitation to visit thc General Assembly, lie will probably roach San Francisco by the IIkxuy L. Dawks was elected U. S. .Senator bv the Massachusetts Leg - ishiturc on Hie '20th. A caucus of the Jlepublican mem bers of Congress, ofboth the House and Senate, have rcsolyed to sustain the i'rcsuicnts Louisiana pouc). But little attention seems to have i lioen paid bv the people of. St. Joseph to the election, as only about :50 votes were polled there Tuesday. Tjif. ice on the Missouri river between White Cloud, Kansas, and Holt ounty, is over two leel thick, making commun ication between the States oasj. , nmiciilnivililii miimi df wbiniiiny ! . . . m, . . . , ;n.v - r""'?- " . ; at Jefferson City since the insurrce- tion last week was quelled. 1 he oters received from ten to thirl; lashes on the bare back with a ra hide, according to the gravity of their offense. i . J. Sloan. Esn., formerly editor i . i w v , i . :.. i n lho V n 1 WM V 1 .niftfl'll I - IIMlVt IS 111 , c i , ,. i.., --, lw. '- , a lew davs lor Atlanta, u a., m lici e lie will probaolv enter the editorial held, .. . . ... . ...i Mr. bloan is a In c new tpipoi man, andwewihhim success in his new 4. held of operations. field of op Tin: Li:oisi.ati:ki:. Tito bill intro- duced by Senator Morrison, authorizing for the same. It lurther provides that the work is to be done by convict labor . . the work is to be done iy convict laoor at fortv cents a day. It clothes the in - . . , . t 1 spectors with almost nnlmuted powers. Circuit Coukt. The case of "White vs. Robinson, an action for damaires, founded on a breach of mar- ' "n" l" "" 41 came up on "edncsday and occupied the attention of the court until mm i -if rm ,.,. 1.11,i Ihursday night. Thejun ret m ned . . .....I ..iwfnl cnrhiof iMl j ,uon. recently for the purpose of es- i ablishiim- a fraternal union, looking tlte Inspectors lo purchase a sue aim 10- j maue special levies, ami sen inujieny . .jv;;, j small lann ol iw acres, Z l-z mile cite a bruich penitent i.irv, lirovides for i nudei execution, hnougli ot every j auj t:,;r improvements, and a variety of fruit, 'L fL no,, i is ... ,v ui's property will be oflered lor i Several dwellings in the city for sale cheap. me jmuiii" in .--..y.www ... '" '"'' ! coio in iiiiv iK ovooortiona snare ot a .,,. .,cmk,.ivi roci,lmw.n, .,,,,1 o y 2- a verdict oi i.-hu.uu lor piauiuu.--, XiXi principahone eighth ot the wJiole S w f ' Kockport dournal'jyd. ! assessed value of the county? The i 2 r j . ouest ion presses for a reply. Only I ? 7 r ?! Tut.- 'Vnrlliprn and Southern Pre?- :i 'ew. (:l.vsngo. ll.e l S. lputv ! - - 21") 2l.s hS byteriansheld a conlerence in Jalti- ,..,... to S(;rvc W1.lts on the Mavor ' l". I' V..,.. i f l,o- .iiii lie nil 1:1 ( naiiu wl iwwai scmblies are said to be further sonar ated than ever Six out of seven of the commission I appointed by the President, under the sanction of Comrress. to investigate the subject of deepening the mouth i . . .1 ,.fil. Mii..-::..!!; i.;vP l,.,vn vniinrt. L ui-..uir-iM-1.. cdiuiavor ot the jetty plan. t'1 their search for information thev vis- ited the works at the mouth of the , . . ... .,, Danube, in Europe, where tins plan has been adopted, and also other pla - ces, and then thev visited the mouth of the Mississippi. It seems highlv , i, .. t r-..i i.i.i.- piooaoie, ineu, in.ib v.4l. ...ui Bu0- gestions in regard to lus jetty plan will be adopted by Congress. Nashville, Tenn., January 2fi ,vor nKl The enthusiasm and excitement ov the election ul' Hm. 'VIllllUW .l()lllluil to the 17. S. Senate to-dav 1C Mf.Xf.11fl ili'S(rintion lie nvide -i thii fv 'ldnntos ulu puon. nc m.ioc .iimin .nmuus speech to 10,000 people on the public 4.J ..V. W.tl j square this evening announcing his ad-, horenoe to the Democratic principles set torth in his administration of the government and his former speeches. Death of Judge Kbland. TIarman G. Noland died on "Wed nesday. January 20. at his reidencc two miles north of Oregon, at the age of about 74-years. His disease was typhoid pneumonia. Judge Xohind was born in Iven tuckv, in the vcar 1802, and came to Holt county in the year 18:59, and lo- 2 twecn the two organizations, and t lie , a tiix, ,V(1.0 m)t. So the work has be-. Z ft," done "wiVhoiVmy l-ocoiOion of doh-rates. The ellort 1 .run What shall WC do? i kiHiul-dwori-ouMMit. in my mimf u nrdiiiHy resulted in a signal failure, and the ' Here's our answer in a few words : fffc orthrr!i:ml hOUtheill ge.lCial a, , ri ---i I Mini... hank- , to protect myselfand the public have been at the -l - i ident of the first county court of Jlolt county, whicli position lie held until the September of '42, when he was j succeeded bv Col. John AV. Kellev. Judge Xoland was captain, during the late war, of an organization known as"Silver Grays," composed! of men over -Military age, and intend ed for home service. They frequently met for the purpose of drilling, but fortunately no necessity occurred to require active service from them. They were, however, all true men, determined to perform any duty that might be imposed upon them. judge Xoland left a wife and eight children, lie was buried on the farm, where several other members of his family have been laid before him. His funeral was largely attended, al though the weather was cold and threatening. Among the number were many of the old settlers of the county.- Holt Co. Times. cated near uregon, wnere, dv carclul sitv to tiie countv and community where -'ii'rr ,vy '..,. ,"1 "mn!'tv managenient. he soon gained an inde- j it is published. "All the city papers can j ticnil-ri laffin this '-cc.mnt m"v i1 ffi" Into jiendence. Peing a man of correct ' not supplv the place ot the home paper. 1 the hot fi.miiies without irar of suspicion, as n business habits, he at once gained a That sbould be the first love of every ' prominent jiosition in the manage- man and woman, for with the paper is cSend for a sam-pie copy ami convince your ment of public n flairs. He was a mem- thc locality identified. Thc paper gives sdf.C3 ber of the first (irand Jurv. and ores-' the o.ountv -nul Imni wlioi-o nHntorl scnat kiition thick: Shall Lafayette County Pay Her : Bonds? Upon this question the Lexington Caucasian diseoureth as follows: "Can we resist the pavment of the vast incubus much of it illegally. r-.-uidulemlvand wromrfullv imposed j tj,.lt s (:n,shinf (he very life out of j the fairest county in Ufcsom-i. in the ; ' -" the payment can be resisted, but i what then? Bondholders, in this thieves' era. are far better protected bv the law than their debtors. Long ( and scouudrely experience hasgener- ally taught them to guard well their pirate interests. That the law should i-iifir.-mf oo in llioin tlw DM VlllOllt, of all r . . . . . ; no ctuos, ,s just aim piop i iu . .... (i.-initii mw ia i ni line , tJie rijjllt t() (Mlr01.(.(. the payment of a ; what if we refuse to pay them? The m.-iL.Mi i rtittit1. olid f 1 1 r 1 hwiviiwr 1 i I IS MW1H;. .IH1 mo bond case of Macoupin county, 1 1 1 i . .. c, , uoi. furnishes an illustration, buit: j )U inglit,Itwlas thev havt al ! bond case of Macouinn countv, J 1 1 1- , ready been, i ho decision ol boutl- : holder bought and paid-for courts , will ahvav.s bo ikIvoi-sk to t lie plun- ' , ... ., ,.n,. ,rm i un co iicouie. The countv conn will be ordered to make a special levy. the court resigns i sjiujs wjh n; sent into the county to j ' . - , i . . i ,.n r..i .. i i .Jtiav I'll' , th() nmolInl (iu,.. This might be re- sistcd by force; a few marshals and sistcd oy lorce; a icw niaiMiai ami ; deputies shot; and a brief respite se - Cured. lint the power of the rederal Vernment would speedily be in vok- cd, and the Yankee cavalrv would irarrison 011 1 towns and scour the count rv. .now. mis is not 11 verv comfortable picture, and vet we must ociii. Some of these bonds will: i . . i i m . l ii.,. I.. soon tun (me. j o meet uiu ihui-j i i- tcrest is a gigantic bm-aon would ! once have been a mighty task lor our j whole State. hat shall we do when ; . ., . , ,tni.ncf , AUlt ;m,i council, to enforce the payment ; of some swindling railroad bonds. .The Mayor was tound, but the conn- , , . . ruptcv. smash-up and rum. ahead ot ll;.- ii-lmla v.inbim ii'ifinn if lil'iv llll 1 (IHHUI. A. bo long until we can. jin mv i ...i I'll! I mm Men means of defense. When the courts dfcide ao-ains!. US. let all our countv I oin,ers, ho ha;.c anyhig to do i with making or collecting levies, at once resign clinic onfl til Then, when the mar- 'i'l,1,u,-i' -linlp i ( n 1aioi 11 f 111 111 fiA' i,,f:n 1,0,,. fcrci-d so L.f t in av in . , coiinty resolve itself into one vast j Protective League. Let everv man within our borders sign a solemn pledge not. to bid on or bit vnnv prop- , .rtv-lllt up foi. aIld-swear to! , lrp;lt Jl? ;l pUhlic enemy, him who i j does. If no buyers can be found, lid property can be sold. If the State ; ! buvs the land, it can't do anything! . j( for 1JO man 1)t lhe rijrlltful owner would dare attempt to live on it. And there is no instance on re- cord of a whole people, civilized, in- telligent, tree-born and brave, ever bein'"- dioosso-:sed of their home: i ! , ",;1'U-S!?l- i,LU U1 ' 11 J,"- : Cass. HatOS and many Other Strong, -ivi'ilt iv mi 1 t . 1 1 1 rn rruntio u-oll i . i o-lmllv inin sii.dl :i li.....n. Anil, willi -.-. .1 ... : '"i i c :"i- i i : l0 ,M.olui bannerol "Kight or Revo- , inl :.. riii-lpfl wo would bo in- vim;5ba aml seclu.0 from thc s,)oilci,s ; me itatiroaa oeot oi iaiaycue county amounts, wc believe,' to $1. 500,000. County Papers. "We find in one of our exchanges the following truthful observation coneern-j ing county papers, and the duty of giv ing them a wholesome support : the local iiaper is an absolute neccs- I .... . i much of their importance hi the world, j and gives in detail the local nevs,whieh cannot be gained bv anv other source. Every day's issue of the paper is so much local history, and the rise, growth and development ot the town and county can be measured and recorded only by the local paper which constantly is o-ath-ering its items. People do not properly appreciate their home newspapers. They measure the value of a newspaper too much by the number of columns it con tains. The home paper at any price is the cheapest one can take, for in it is found the information to be obtained lrom no other source. Another thing to be taken into con sideration: Every county has one or more newspapers. Hence, the circula tion of each paper must be limited. There is, therefore, the greatest need of activity and interest on the part of the people to give their own good paper, vigorous and substantial support." n- ; debt IVaudulentiy, d.shoneMIv or vi- mmMmJ&'mm ? v.nlcntly imposed, we don i ocueve; g . 3TO'I3 ... ' nav, we holdlv declare lie lias not. S"r"lVjSSK n !ni;,H5.bfn,n - lm comoelled to lav . H E 5e3 3 such monstrously fraudulent debt? ; 3 SWf 5 We answer a thousand times xo! But SU 3 . . ... i Mars ia went lo f easant inn. Lass ... i oilmen. wiio alone mive power io iev , u....... ... i - i j 1 . i v..iL I ll.iilrro 1 ll U'US Willi iBBE WOODS A9CQ.'S P&Bi'BB 13 ' w g g j OP) 1 EH ra H Q , . i ;.'. . . -.. . 1 ---- r Tim t i-r t r " -r--Tr f nn These remarkable instruments have created much interest in this-roumry and Unrope. hy risnn ...i t . . . i. . f .k 1 . . ..... I tr....... '1-.. . IM...n. : . ..i I. vxi..r. ,.v 311:U .i,nid examine them, circular Addr,,,, QE0 WOODS & CO., CTaillbridgport, MaSS. tASlnK ' A ' ' ;VALUABLE FAR , .1 1111111111,1 rL-'lLUU4UtLUAlkAVAAIVjww'a j on favorable terms. 4:50. A f.,rm (,f aCres. near Flag , .r.;o. A f;,rm f (,1 acres, near t'la , youngaiiple trees: frame house: two jrc , i.-.t a ,hoico firm of 19l acres- '( ; f0 tad a v ofl L'ood 120 170. A verv desirable, small iarni ot Good, new frame house of rooms and I ..i.nl.k fr.inu -lfl loi eiiifr norioli ivnoc n Till grow;ng. price, S1,(J00. S1.000 cash, balance on reasonable time. i-.o .in .wva. ri trrrA tirl' TM norm 111 rtt f t f ! tn - i oittoll It Mien rrnrnl tcrvi cr . 1 ..... . . , , 20o aj)pi0 trces and 200 peach trees; - miles from depot. Price 42f). j A fom acrc -;inn? x 35 aorcs jn cultivation: a cood frame 1 1-2 storv I housc with 4"r0011,s; i n,ilc fr0m dciot; 125 apple trces and 3-4 acre of grapes. : p..ce 0.150 , 1 ULe ldU- . . . . 11EAL ESTATE AGEXT, SAVAXXAIT, MISSOURI'- Card to tlie Ptiiiec "iTnKUKAS, for the past two vcara, various idveiliiineiits, to impress upon the public mind ner.-ons Hare SMiisnr. oy aruuiiy-woioeu exiifll.e oi ;i Men iiiuie eii-i - " ..... v.., ..- .,. m:iv hr. r,i..mi nom me (price -jr. cent-) . 1 ..1.... .... ,! of ii.VC.lf ..I 1 -.S Sriul h IIiKt.d st . . ( 'llicaiTO. til . Mv Mil ... - . ----- (' ... 1 Ciail is llie ue:iiiiieni ui iiiimui, ...c-i - . - , , f,.n,..i,. ,. Tiie ooor re- ,.,.-Ve precriptions tree. I do not keep open , oilice. and those wi.-hin;.' to consult me musi.io j Sffi'"""! SnsM.Mn'my IS t i conneciion with any other person or per.-ons. nrotes-ionallv. as Mich persons itsuurim name ii.. ii i... iivii.uiiiiriiii in ino tu 1 ii'iu hi tin : unv. .nouiu me piium. met ;u..- ;-. " i-""-- - t Ii. ..l.l .1. ....t.l!.. ii. .!. I.-- 1 u-inir my name. I trust inai tney wiutreai mem m me iiniiiner uiui ine -o jiimi. uvjh i . Your obedient srrvanl , 3:5 NATHANIEL S. I)OI)E. a m f a A P?l fi WILD OATS. . c - FfOSpCCTOS iiOF iSTO TIIE CHAMPION AMERICAN COMIC I'A- rnn: ,, 7.. ... ! .. ffiMffii Ai m ,iS Kitiri-tsir the day. wild oats now- ontcre successfully upon the sixth vt... t i; existence, and ha- become lhe ,..,tabli-hed humorous and satirical paper ol the colllltrv. It m:i-) started and eonliniieit the lh.-t !'.. ,l a nionuiij ; men, ihmmj me oemantiM ot tne puonc, ir was enan-,'ei to a lortni-riiuy. still continuunr its j,'ood work ot hittin-r foil v as 't M showin-r up the political and social V"!!: ! fiy- ami w;s ri-rnnizt.Ml as tin- iibe.)t ami ' fttir1ttt-ht it' it ial!IC Sitll'l tl'All Xl'it h'lt-n i-ti.lil ed Mill more to the public demand, and now liub-lir-h WILD OA IS weeklv! It has literally grown into itspre.-pnt shape on it- own intrin-ic merits, bekiir the lir.t siiciv-.siul humnrous pa jierever )iulilihed'in this country. Ainon-r the arti-ts epecial!v eniraped to fur-ni-h article, for W1LI OA I S are Frank Uellew, Thomas Worth, Hopkins, Wales, Shelton, Wolf, .lump, Keettle.-, Stuckhardt. Day, l'o land, and several others who are yet unknown to fame. In its literary departments WILD OATS will, as it alwav.. has. stand alone and uuaproncha- I bio. At least, one first-class .-erial Mury will I be found in its pages, by the best humorous, sa tirical and character writers in the United stales: while its .-ketches and .smiib., will be i i t sixSnnmis " ' S"o llneo.Mont'.irs on Single Copies ------ o 1(1 One person sending us a club of five subscri bers for one year will receive a copv srratis. Address COLLIN & SMALL. Publish crs, 11." Fulton Street. N. Y. Boii's Iimei Section Boats. PATENTED. Portable, Speedy and Ftrong. Tho Standard Boats for Explorins; Travelling nuntln- Plgh inr, TrappiDff. to. p- Tor aiscrlptioa ana prices, addrcsa BXRGE & CO., 13 SOUTH MATtf BTEZET, EX. LOUIS, And pleaao atote In -what po-ryen read tfcfo mil sent free. ashh w:mif,i i hv-v Town. FOR SALE! s from Savannah, all under fencer cheap for cash. t mnrnvml Infc irliiniirtrr flirt rii fr-r Sprintrs; 40 acres under cultivation; 3o0 UU111I (1UILU 1U1.7 UU Ulllliiw llllj lillll lli 1 wells. &e. in cultivation; a good house oGx40 feet, well- other lruit; 1 1-2 miles irom Lochester. 40 acres, o miles northeast of Favannah. cellar, log stable and corn-cribs; 70 bearing ntlior iriiil ti'o.ic .n.l .1.1 Mornc nf -f-ill ivIioit EVERYBODY Tht ha- vater to.dr.TX, ought to buy one of i warn 31, 1S73. Ui 7 I'atextkp Dec. The undersigned are now manufacturing the--e superior Elevator?, and expect to supply nil de mands that may be made in the counties of An drew, lluchaiiaii, Platte. Clinton. DeKalb, Gen try. Worth, Nodaway. Atchi.-on and Holt. Wo have bought the right of the above counties, anil are anxioti. to furni.-h to sll, the be.-t as well a the cheapest, Water Klevator's now muse. Addles-. Challacombc v Hutfni.m, Savannah, JjOiilcrs -olicited and l'lomptlv lllled.3 4:5 ( IIALLAt OilUK A Ifiri-'KALVN. WASSIV1ER, Dealer hi and Manufacturer of FURNITURE And Metallic COFFINS, 2ior(h Side the Square, Sacamiah. (In the threc-storvl-vick.) p OF FINS OF ALL SIZES KEPT V on hand. I alo keepcont-.nt! on n-o.d :i largo quantity of thelu -i ualhof lumber io make any nrode of furniture -'.-siveil. Oive me a call. I can not be undersold by any dealer West of the .Missis-ippi. x"'I here can always soiiv one he found day and night at my old residence, ready to sell cot tins rmiiy made to all who call. dei-v C. WASSMEU. Ulrich Oppiiger, DKALKK IN WATCHES! Clods, Jewelrifx Plated Ware, CyUerxj. West Side the Square, preludes, Mttsica; Instrument! Src. .St.. s.ir.i.v.Vifi, ;iro. And warranted. All kinds of repairing done 95 SAVANNAH NURSERY TUIE undersicned has a fine Lot of V1WIT AND ()r!NApg MENTAL Til KKS for sale nest 2&J Spring, at his Nursery. Clioiee Apple Irces at ."),00 per hundred. P,. HOWARD. Savannah, Jan. 1. 1875 oiii Stray Notice. TAKEN up by Win. D. Kmele, of TJrnton Town.-hi, Andrew c-untv, Missouri, No vember 271 h, Jfffl, one son-el inare, lifjht mane and tail, left fore foot white up to the pastern joint, rfchthind foot white, branded on the lett Wff.lHM AM 111 shoulder with a Iettersuiipo-,ed tosc letter -.-, white face, about l."5 1-2 hand1? high, three vears old past, nppraied toben'orth forty dollars. Also. one. bhick mare, with star in forehead, n small bell on, three years old past, a small knot on the out side of pastern joint of the ripht hind lejT, about IS hand-. hih, appraised to bo worth forty dollars, bv lienben P. Ileate and lustus Wrjijnt, before John 1). Wright, a Jus tice of the Peace of Washington Township, An drew county, Mo. I certify the above to lw a true copy from my Strav Hook. TO UN D. WRIGnT, J. l Dec IS.-aw-Jio a Si if -.