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Advice t(i young men with matrl tnonlul intentions: Instead ot marry iiigund settling down, remain slnglo una settw np. Don't put your jioim toi close lo j-otir house. U don't pay to raise twcnty-iiro cunt hogs to breed twenty- nve Hollar doctor lillK A in w and popular drink in is is called "Muy-wntor." It tnnke you drunk, mid it may not. Knn may -ow- ing to how muuli you drink. There will 1m an eclipse of the sun m the 29th of tills mouth, but it had just us well not happen, ns wo etin't mu it witliout going to .sla, and it Is ueh ti busy tinio. Toll yimr fripiuls in thu Kint. that It I fur cheaper to eomo to Northwest Missouri and liny our fertllu lnnu, than logo farther West nnd buy infcilnr lands, besides stemming tliu tides of drouth and grasshoppers. A number of our farmers have adopted a new plan this sou-on: thev break ten or fifteen acres of ground and . then plant It. Hy this method, whom a I farmer has a hundred or nunc acres of corn to plant Itv thu time his work is finished his first planting is almost large enough to plow, Pretty good idea. An exchange says lovers of celery will be happy to learn that it is not only a luxury, but. n very useful ailielb of diet. It Is claimed that celery is a cure for rheumatism and Mimllpox. It should not be eaten raw, however, but boiled and served witli milk. The r.tn 'dy, it is said, has been tried by physi cians with uniform surecs in severe eases of rheumatism and g ut, und for sniullpnx it is pronounced a specille. (Jil ls, whatever you do, don't lis ten to a proposal t,f marriage on Sun slay. V Missouri iiiuu won u breach of promhi tuttt, the court holding Hint u contract niadu on that day Is not legal, and not worth the wear and tear of the ardent proposer's breeches. Make 'urn vail on Saturday evening during litisi-n-ss hours, anil then if bullies off tliu handle und fails to eomo on the appoint ed dy you have got thu bulge on him so to epeuk. Our farmers will bo Interested to rend that among the laws pulsed by thu recent legislature, was an net requiring owners of bodges along highways to Icive them cut down to thn height of live feet alter said hedges are II vu years old. Those over live yearn old nro to be cut every two yours, down to five feet lu height. If owners neglect, tliu road overseer may cut it down and the oust shall bo us a tax on the land. Hedges around house, yards and orch ards uro exempted from thu provisions of tills act. The law takes affect Juno 20th. The leaders of thu County Pateii will reniflinbor that several mouths ago wo endeavored to Induce somo of our citizens to engago in tliu breeding ami raising of thoroughbred pigs, to avoid thu expenses of freight nnd send ingthe monuv away from the. county : as we were satisfied tills could bo donu hern as well us any where elsn. Wo are now glad to Inform our readers that Ooorgo I. Lurkhurdt. proprietor of tliu Holt County Nursery, acting upon our sug gestion, lias procured, at very great ex pense, the. best Mock of roland China Hogs that could bo obtained in Illinois, Wisionsln and our own State. His of- forts havo so tar been crowned with tjio most perfect success and he is now in, possession of swlno which arc pro nounced by nil geod judges tho finest herd of hogs over brought tn the county. At tho head of his "Oakland Herd" stands thn celebrated soven month's old hoar, "Challenge" Wo formerly thought that the pictures wc so frequent ly seo of nieo hogs were overdrawn, but hero Is a pig which could not be more beautiful. Ho is the worthy descend ant oithu best roland China stuck in Amelia. Ills GrniW Sire, is "Jim CraxA: Sire. "Honest Tom"; fireat ardani,Ox5?d ileautyj" Grand Dnin, "Jcnnio Lind;" Dam, "Jonnlo Lind III. " fci order to hnvo thorn not akin, Mr. Luckhnrdt bought the bows of three, dlffernnt Hiccdcrs; throe sows from 11. !, Dorsoy & Sons, Illinois ; three from Taylor & Ilrothor of thffl State, and ono from H. C lo oUVls cousin, who is now a partner iuS. 1. Jewell of Milton, Mo.. Mr. Luuklmrdt's Hogs nro all recorded in tho C. P. C. Record of Indianapolis, Indlanii, unci, as ho has no other Iliood Sows on tho place, mirchasors need hnvo no fears' f' gottlng mixed breeds. S. II. Lukens will preach nt Kieh vllle ne.t Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Holli of the papors published in this cllynru going to experiment on tliu "woniuns rights" quollou by taking feinulu npptoutleos. MUs Klla" Urldgus will represent his Satanic majesty in this ollk'o tuid Miss Kale Kvnni in the Press olllee. It would pay every business man to use printed stationery. It saves timo, looks bcltoi and advertises the business, while tliu root Is very little if any more Hum they U'U.illy pay for the blank paper.' Tin: Countv I'ai'ek ortieo is prepared to do this work for you at sat isfactory prices. Messrs. Hershborgor & Anderson of this eity want the patronage of the 1 people mid ii. k for It through the col-1 uinnsof Tiik Countv Pai-ku. That's i tliu way to get it. They havu it biir stock of goods, Just bought on favora ble terms, and they are thus enabled to give extra bargains. It cost nothing to examine, their goods before bii) lug else where, mill wo feel sure that few will lind It necessary to seek further. If any one of our readers has his house infested with rats, If he will got u few pounds of common potiuh, such ns is used by soap makers, and expose it ... .i ,.i .. . in air mini ic soitens to tliu con sistency of putty, then spread it thicklv In their runways, and wherever he lluds a hole (.tuning in ns much ns i, i can conveniently, he will in a short tlmu bo rid of all rats and mice. Thu euustle nature of thu potash muxes their feet sore, und then they lick their feet and that gives them troublo with their months; by Unit timo they will con clude tho neighborhood has become un healthy und they leave. Nothing is tuoro easy than to grow rich. It is to tnii-t nobody to befriend none to get all you ean. and save all you get to stint yourself and every body belonging to yon to bo the friend of no man, and hnvo no man your (riend-to heap Intercut upon interest ""nt. ilium ..-.' , no rueati, niisc,.-. , and despised for some twenty or thirty years, and riches will eomo as sure ns disease nnd di-appoiptiuent. When pretty nearly through, ivcalth is volleet ed by a disregard for all the charities of the human heart, and tho expense oi every enjoyment, death mines to finish tho work, the body is buried in a hole; the heirs (Unco over it, and thu spirit goes--where? If you would have uuy friends at all. don't set yourself up for a critic. If you don't like anyone's nose, or object to anyone's chin, lo not put your feel ings into words. If any one's manners do not please you, remember your own. People are not all :mulo to suit one taste, recollect that. Tako things us you tilt 4 them, unless you can nltur them. Kvcu a dinner, after it is swal lowed, cannot bo made any better, Con tinual fault finding, continual criticism of tho conduct of this one, and the opinions of another, will mnko home tliu unlupplest place under the sun. If you are novtjr pleased with anyone, no ono will bo pleased with you; and If it Is known you arc hard to suit, few will tako the pains to suit you. Over in Andrew county they are getting up a "pony purse" to pay Pro fessor Swallow to come up tliero nnd prospect for coal. Professor Swallow was formerly Statu Geologist and first located tho Leavenworth coal fields. He has consented to prospect throiujh An drow county if merely his expenses jirc paid. When ho comes up to Andrew the peoplo of Holt could easily get him to eomo hero nnd examine tho sovoral places in our county whero coal rjs bo llovcd to exist. If any ono would take the troublo to go around and sift, our citizens, with a subscription papor wo uollcvo onoiiglunonoy could easily bo raised. Hut will any on do It? Jti W. Ing tho futtiro hy the past, we prcu,jio not. What about thn Fourth of JulvP How, is it to bo celebrated In Hfil coun ty tins year? Tub Countv Pai-ku Ivm tried for several years to luduco tlu peoplo to hnvo a regular old-fashlonc.p Ilarbccuo. I his year wo reimv otJf suggestion, with tho addition that tvjt tho eatables bo donated by those' living on tho high lnnds and that twenty-five cents bo charged each person for din ner nnd that tho proceeds bo given to tho needy poor who wro Injured by tho overuow. uniy tnose wno nave in vestigated tho subject hnvo any Idea of tho destitute condition lu which many families mo placed by tho losses recent ly sustained. It will become noccssnry belnro next winter to aid them In some way. Why not start tho matter in tho way wo suggest P -R5?i?-iIISSOURT' RIAY. MAY 27. 1881. The farmers say that snakes are unusually numerous this spring. Hev. S. Carothers will pnneh in Oregon next Sabbath morning and fiiglit. ltev. Mr. Miller will preach in New Point on next Sabbath morning and In uregon nt night. Thu Hock Port Democrat (Green- t. - .... x duck organ; will shortly change Its name to Tho Sun, and tho new paper will bo run by n stock company. Tho adjourned term of Circuit Court will commence one week from next Monday. The Jurors who were snmnioned for the regular term will be I expected to serve this term. Tarklo, in Atchison oounty, don't license saloons, ami yet the Atchison County Journal says more intoxicated moii can lie seen in Tniklo lu onu day than ean be found elsewhere In two, where Intoxicants nro suld. Tim new niariiago license law takus effect June 21th, 1881. After that timo it will lie unlawful und punishable by a heavy fine for any minister, justice of the peaco or any other person to solemnize n marriage without a license) first had and obtained of the Circuit Clerk. A now ronil Is expected to cross tho river and oxtend west through south ern Xtbraska thu coming summer. It will be a eoiinenting link nnd feeiler tnr ,uo Wabash twoeu here and and will cross be Hrowuvllle, llkelv at Digrlow. After June 1st nil po-tal enrd boarlng any printing on tliu address side, except that printed on it at the innnutnetory or any writing on that side, except such 'us may bo necessary lor tnu proper direction of thu card, 11-111 l,n .1..,.. i... i . Mi-i.i iui-,1 in in,, posiouiew wnere deposited tw unmallable matter. Wu again remind our leaders that it would be a good Idea for them to make out a list of property on hands, about the first of June, as thu law makes It thu duty of thn assessor to list all prop, property on hand nt that time. I!e- un-ell ioi)vIJ! V ? J!1 V-? --f1!4 1 " l" lo uko H" to bo put to tho trouble of making it out when th assessor calls on yon. Tho attiactlvo advertisement of Welty Hivis , of Mound City, lias doubt less been scanned by nearly every read r of Tiik Cor.NTV Papeu. Thu nro- piietors are fully up with the tlmus i j their endeavors to eater to thu public, and they havu a stock of goods which will favorably coniparu with any to lie (mind lu cities of lunch larger size. Their long acquaintance with our peo plo enables thorn to correctly judue of tho public's wants and their purchases have boon niadu accordingly. Less than two months ago, Will Minton of Forest City brought to that place a big and carefully selected t-tock of General Merchandise. He immedi ately "bung his banners on tliu outer wall," or, to speak less figuratively, Inserted u lilg advortisemmit lu Tug Countv Paceii, and awaited results. Only long enough for tho paper to reach its readers did he Imvu to wait, nnd then thu customers began to pour in and have kept pouring lu erer sineo. And now another result follows, which Is that ho finds his store room too small to accommodate Hie multitude and will bo forced to enlarge. Tho better half of Tiik Countv Pai'Er visited his establishment last week and says his ad vertisements havo not exaggerated thu extent and variety of his stoeK, and threo busy clerks woru evidences of thu fact that he was telling cords of goods. Plouso romembnr that, when you dcslro to pur chase n hat or a pair of boots and shoes or anything in the gent's furnishing lino, that you ean find ho cheaper place in Holt county, than at Amos Custlo's, Oregon, Mo. Election Notice. Notice is lioroby given that thoro will bo a Special Kleetion held nt tho usual voting precincts In Holt county, Mm., on Saturday, July 2d, 1881, for tho purposoof voting upon tho ques tion of restraining swlno from running at largo lu said county, in accordance with Chapter 169, Uevised Statutes of Missouri, year 187!). ' Hy order of tho County Court, May 10th, 1881. J. H. C. CURTIS, County Clurk, Appletoni' CycUpaedla For Sale. I havo a set of the old edition of Ap plotons' Cyelopnudin, consisting of six teen volumes which comprise tho Cylo pacdhv nnd eight Annuals, nil bound in Library Calf mid in oxcollollcnt condi tion, which I, will soil for one-fourth the original cost. Call at my ofllee and ex amine them. W. W. Davkntoht. We Have Observtd Tlint rhubarb pies are rlpu. That thu wheat prosoect continues ffl. That farmers are busy und merchants idle. That the man whoso wife Is house cleaning, deserves sympatl y . I hut littlo boys' trowsers always fit ' till llltl'L'litU flt'it lliuilt ntiniinl. j I mv.(; UUIIIIi I That mending rod stockings with wliito yarn makes them darned consnlc nous. That soniu of our Oregon girls hnvo tlie tes'.heiie craze, and nro getting up their hair so that it looks liku a pile of rat traps struck by lightning. That tho pious mnii who never reads Anything but the Illbfe, and would not touch a wicked newspaper, is dead. Ho went to tho city and blow out the gus. That our young nnd sprightly friend, A.M.Jacobs, only needs a big black mustache witli ynxod ends tu make him the grontoft masher in the county. That the difference, between a woman mid an umbrella is, that there nro times when you can shut up an umbrella. That Kb. Wickham's feet when he stands on the street corners occupy so' much ef tho pavement that psoplu are ' compelled oitlidr to jump over thuni or , take tho middle of the street. That it Is a settled fact in nuwspaper 1 experience ami observation Hint the' merchants who advertise freely deal lib-' orally. Consult your local paper and seu who are tiie business men who Ad vertise, and you will find it always pays you to patronizo them. Tlint you ean pick out a married mm 1 at tills season of the year by the sus - picious wut he has of easting Ids eye at I ...mi .1 . . . ; nioiuiery snop winnow, ami reading a seductive sign of "Only $20" Muck on tliu top of a cheap thfng-a ma-jig that dtd'nt cost twenty cents to construct. That thu man who Is continually bor - rowing his neighbor's turner. mul'iu'viM' subscribes for imu of his (,wn, would pasture a goat on tho ((jravo vf bis grand mother. speii'irliVihTtWcnly'-llve' to fifty cents it day for cigars, but wlinu the collection basket Is missed under their noses nt I church, seem so much interested m tho fresco work on thn walls, us to bo utter, i ly unconscious of tliu t-ilvtit Invitation to loan a few pennies to the Lord Mind Your own Business Thu following, from tho Scdalia Kaglo, Is as applicable to Oregon as it is to that place: As elsewhere, there are those in Scdalia who havu scarcely timo to nttend properly to their own business, so Interested nro they in other people's affairs. Hy tho tlmu every body else is criticised mid condemned, they barely have timo to congratulate them selves on thuir own good works. Thev leave tliu weeds to grow in their own garden wlulff thuy pluck those from their neighbors and hold them up for general inspection. They gather every Itoui of news and hawk it about ac companied by mean insinuations, and make mountains out of mole-hills, Thuy absolutely toll to rob others of their peace of mind, ,aud tho happiness of their social or domustiu relations; the)' uro ever ready to scrutiii,e every word and act, and to contort tiin itirot motives Into tho worst designs ; they d not seem to realize how often slander, springing from the merest breath' of insinuation or thoughtless remark, destroys reputations und oven lives. People who do not mind their own business bring moru misory into ulmrcli cs, soeioties and families than till other evils combined. Thy intrude where none hut (Joit has u right to go; they turn tho happy pcaeoful stream of wor ship and domestic Ufa into loathsome stagnant pools which emit only pois onous vapors to blight and kill. Mind ing our own business Is the bostrumody for itching ears and busy tongues that nro ntiver satisfied with hearing and spoaking evil. Happily, the great Cro utor has not appointed any person or tiny number of Individuals collectively or individually to superintend tho Uni verse, nnd everybody's affairs. If wo possess the powers to stimulate tho actions of others, tot our influences bo for good. SI; not m judgement without cause, and ''Judge not tlint yo bo not Judged." Minding our own business will turn our attention to our own de fects nnd enable ns to correct thorn, and in this profitable occupation we will forget to watch tho HhorUonilng of our neighbors, Don't forgot it; write it down and pnsto it in ymr hat for easy reforenco mind your own business. I pay Qa,sh for U kinds of Scrap Iron, , A. DEMUTH, Forwtcity, Mo. New Point. Now rolnt is not dead; neither I she slumber. I does I J- H. Collin and II. K. Wiuslow have 'each purchased u new top buggy. I Our people know bet ut this buv , fi'son of tho year how to appreciate Hiu little village of Now Point as a trad- if "'? point! they formerly had to go from ten to eight, miles, with tired horses, in order to get u littlr black smithing or trading, mid to get their mails. Our school U progressing finely , with Miss 'oil Kelley as teacher. Our prusf nt school board consists of Win. Atkins, Pro-hlent; Uzru MoDon- 1 ''l'''l; Win. Shields. 1 Alri" "lnrn started Inst week with ; 11 1'eai'd of ovor !00 cattle on ids way to ' county, Nebraska, where lie has purchased n herding ground. Anthonv j Hardman, Allen lllooiner and Jacob Oien sent eattlo in his lierd. ! planting is progru-sing finely; ' j it Is yetting Into Inn is hoped we will havo a season to suit . Wheat Is look- Ing well in this vicinity : It will give but a short timo tor farmers to tend 'heir eorn. Kzrn McDonald and family and Mrs.1 ' ' Nll went up to Maryvlllu last 'Sabbath, lo see oldgrand-niolher Ktilil, w ' expected to dlu; she is near one '"'"'"I years old. , Mr. Win. Hodgins and wife uru the ""PP. parents of a fine son. rather and mother Collison have tak en their sou out to church once; it did not conduct itself very well, not having ' been sufficiently trained. Miss Carrie l.'owau is expected home , ,r"m 1 "leinuati. soon, wheru shu has j Attending an academy of music inu past year. ' MrH' Abner Carson has beun visiting ' M""'! l Oregon the past week, Antilo Colvin und Minnie Chaddiiek 1 vvuro ,Mu guests of their grnnd-pa Price, : ,a,,t wok. John V. Cowan is expeeled to return 5S? " his trip lu tho smitlirrn part of tnU 4 t . ...I 1... 1 1 .. nwio wnuro no uuiigiu a inrgu Hu m ior -razing purposes ami win snortiy move with bU u nml otllL'1' ..IIki Ij ' ' 1111 " c mu "0,l l" u,m' Elder Wuite preaches 111 New Point ' on tliu first Sabbath in every month. 1 Klder Wiiito and wife have taken a; limn (laugnior 01 .uieiuiei ocnraii to raise. Doiioas. Forest City, Tho suit of I). T. Alkire is still pend ing with a reasonable probability ot re sulting favorably to both parlies in the ease. The slough raised and then went down again, tliu fore part of I he .veck, just to scare tho Hoys, you know. Harrison, retcrs, Cain, Miller, tilass & Co , shipped eight cur loads of cattle and two of hogs on Monday last. They have seven car loads of cuttle- bought to ship tin Friday, thu 2d prox., also some hogs. Some talk of n change of base among some of our business men. Oroves is looking Texasward, Hob. Zook talks of going to Colorado, Jake Ford talks of a voyage on tliu sea of matrimony in tho dim fHture, Joe Demiith Hunks of going to St. Joseph mid HarneyWilliams of going to tliu White Sulphur Springs. Mike Kustmau is going back to thu bottom with a shingle machlno. Sev eral others aru talking of changing, but will tell of it when they do. J. W. C. Houseworth lias returned trom Kansas mid resumed his place at the Knst Forest Mills. L. Dcgginger of Highland, Kansas has been hero several weeks buying wheat for mills below. franco Hartt has gone to Craig to tako a position us miller in Kecso's mills; in tho mean tlmu tho city will bo minus a marshal. Charles Coursin of Forbos was hero on Monday und Tuesday making pre liminary arrangements for repairing tho graded road from here to Iowa Point. He found the ground too wot to work and thinks thu work will hnvo to bo postponed till fall. Zook & Tony are delivering sumo of their wood to Moses Hennott of Oregon. Hobert McCrnry, tho cooper, of St. Joseph was in town on Tuesday. W. C. Fosnot shipped a ton of tobac co from hero last werk. Ho took tho praniltim Inst week for raising tho best tobacco In Missouri. Mr, Foeuot llvo in Nodaway township, It COMtH but n little lo dress neat 1 your furnish, ing goods and boots ami shoes chii bo piirclmsed at tho vory lowest prices by calling on Xn Cistlu, Oregon, Mo,. WHY WW HUH mm MIAMI Are dully receiving their m m m am Appreciating the fact Hint 'urge pat ronago awaits the linn prcpaicd for Mllllllvill" tllr " ' " ' in mi neillilllllt of those contenip'ating building, we have delermliied In keep up the Larg est assortment of Pine Lumber, und all classes of llullder's Manilla's, thereby dialing fairly mid generously with the people, mid steadily working toward thu attainment nt the cud that nil who come may be .served utid satlcd. Coinu und see what we can do, Come mid M-e what we are doing, Como and i-ee what we intend to do und Judge, for yourselves whether our i m'""'g" re equalled by any of or m m county. HOBLITZELL & PfflSTON, OHKGON, MO. 66 PISSES Geo. Pf Luckhardt, OREGON. MO., Broader nt ihn rinlnhr.itnri Th ! JPflT-AWTl HHTHA HUBS t j havt number of tlioroiitflitirrcl r.slaml ; rumn W u-rraey r hi. unit an. i.red rrnmniil roland 'ii ni llosrH nnd Sow.i, anil I 1 nrron 1.1 ' 1.. ' Ihuno donlrlnr a SHiirrlnr nii.itllvfif linr-,. stm.1 lirrclfm who Imvu eci-n 111 pltrs pronotuit-u tlpm' THE HEST rv8r offere for sale In rioll C.miity Thev arc all full klooiN, ami lure a clear pi'illiri-i. My I arc from the well known tvlaml China I stock rler-, II. K. Dorscy & Sons, of IVriy, 1 1 eoiinty, Illinois j A (' anil s rTii)lnr, of (irconcaMIc, .Sullivan cou.ity, Mlmourl, and my lliar from II, Castle, of WlllniliiRtou. .Mill, county, Illinois, lie wis slri'd by lloin-Kt Tom, lie by ,tlm Crmv ; 1st ilain .tunny f.unl j I'll ilani. Oxlonl llonuty, All of my .starlc Is tlioroiiRlibruit and not re lated In any particular. Cull and see tlit'iu at iny Nursery, ailjoliiluj Ori'Kon, (ii'o. I-. ujcKiiAitirr, OUKIION, MO, GREAT BARGAINS IN.'PIANOS, ORGANS, VthoLsiilc nrltclall. The large storeroom of T. J. Wash burn, Fifth und Francis streets, is (lacked full of thu llnet grades of l'l ttnos and Organs, which he is selling exlrumely low for cash or monthly pay ments. Ho Is agent for Stelnway Pianos und I 1.. DU HERD Ml . Kstey Organs-tho leading';1,'0"1 1,r',1v,!,alK"-,,,v ,.Z ...11 1 1 (i'jorgo Lliiit's 01110 a of the world, and all 1 ,... 7JllIvi)ll. iiixiMiiiiuuin oi mo worm, nun nil ' varieties of cheaper grades. All goods as represented ami will duplicate the prices of any dealer in tliu country. The most completo stock of Accor deans, Harmonica.', Guitars, Hanjos, Violins, Organetfcs, Sheet Mulc, Hooks &., to bo had lu the city. All are cordially Invited to call on or ad dress T. J. Washburn, corner Fifth and Francis .streets, St. out i. Joseph, Miss- WM. EVERHART of Miiitlsuiri, wlslies to inform thepubllu that lie will furnish outfits of Furniture to those who may need them, cheaper tlmu any house this side of Chicago, Kansas City or St. Joseph. Ho means just what lie says and asks every one to call und bu convinced by examining bis ttock und learning ids prices. Us. Navin'H Veterinary PRACTICE. Or Kxplunntory Stock Doctor: writleu iu plain mid common language, for thu use of tho farmer, breeder or owner of any kind of stock from the horso to the chiekoii. Just tho work for thu fnrnior. Handsomely bound and illustrated, Call on N. J. Kyger, Oregon, Mu, m- AddrosH M. F. Phillips, Craig, Mil,, for pictures of thu Hood. 1 have nine different views of Craig und vicini ty, Hlrdsoyo vlutv of tho town from o hluffs. NUMBEK 50 TOWJJSEND WYATT S; Co i spffjifQ STOCK. Have opened III Colored anil IHack SILKS, lliiicaded and Plain' Novelties ia Dress Gods. New Dress Plaids. An L'le:;aiit Line of Trimmings, Such ns Fringes, Tassels, , Passimentries, Cords mid Hal's, In all Khades. HECKWEAR in Love'y Designs, III our llvw location wo have ilnnlili. the room und light, ami our .stock will be found much larger. TOWHSEND, YfYATT & C, S. W. Cor. 4th & Felix Stsv ST. JOSEPH, MO- Cheap Readlna..,MTiY.'ti.. existence and cmnfort of most men .ii,. women I'oiiiiuilv mile tint tvenlflil .,,,,. .11111S1!. ,mt ,,, .,., Ul. coinu aironi wrii-iiiicu hook Micives m ,. ., .. . L. i i . .1 . "1,1 olutlon, started by the American Hook I'Achuii".!', has mi reduced the price of gooit iioiiks, Hint every man, woman, anil child can uH'oid lo buy. The sole agent 111 Holt enmity for thu above Company is V. W. Dav'knI'iiht, wlio has on hand, for sale, 11 supply of their vurloiu piibllcntious, ami also a coiisideiublo number of books published I iv olher houses. Tl.e followim: is a partial lit of thu I books published by the American Hook , .ciiange, most 01 which can iir lounu I for saN ut I lie editorial 1 m of I'm: I Cocntv I'AI'FU. Any book on the list which may happen to not bu on liaud ; will be pronifrly ordered. All thu books nro elegantly bound lu naniNomo ; nnd durable cloth covering. Thu fol ' following are tho hook ami prices; j Library of I'liiversal Knowcdge largo type, 1,1 vol .18.00 I Library or History. I Milniiui's million's Itome . vols., .2.40 Mneaulay's Lhiglaml, :i vols.,. . . . j.fiO 1 Ki-lliu's Ancient History, 2 vols., l'.l'O CrcasyV Fifteen Decisive Hattles I of (lie World 40 ' I'roisart's Chronicles, imperial 1 octavo, 1,'it) illustsatloiis 1.8,; (ireen's Larger History of tliu j Knglish lVople, 1' vols., clotli,. . 1.15 I Acme l.lhrnry of t'lrllou. I'arda,. 40 it.') in nil 40 l.m M :i.-i :i: :io OnX(ito h-ving's Knickerbocker. Clmrloltu Hronto's Jane Ayre,. The WorliW'N Hrent I'in. Shnkespenre, it vols Mltoii'f, Poetical Works, Dante, trum-lited liv Cnry Virgil, translated by Drvilen. . , . Pope's lloiuer's Illiad, cloth,. . , , Pope's Homer's Odyssev, Kdwiu Arnold' Liglit i Asia . . Mrs. Helium's Poetical Winks largo octavo 74 CO 35 CO Mliigal, 1111 Trumbull, cpio poem, uy Library t lllou ritpiiy . Uenilnlsceiiee of Tho Cnrlylu Acme lllgraphy 1st series." p. standard books by gieat auth ors, bound 111 1 vol, Acme Hingraphy '.'d scries, Lives of Chuueur, Spruker, Milton. 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