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The TnlfcotlBoys Expiate Their Crlmo On llio Scaffold. Mneli of om1 spnuj has been occupied trom tlmu to tlino In riilivtion to tliu murder of Dr. t'eny 11. Tulbott, of Nodaway county, which occurred at lit homo near Arkoe, In that cautity, on tho night of September 18th, 1880. Shortly after a warrant was sworn out, ami Albert P. anil Charles 13. Till lott, and Henry W'yatt weru arrested on tho charcn of murder. Ou January lath, 1881, the case enmo up for trial In tho Nodaway Cir cuit Court, Judge John C. Howell, of the 28th judicial circuit. prc.-idiug. Tins trial was a long and tedious one, lnt. lug an entiro week, when tho case was Rivon to the Jury, who, after a three hours deliberation, returned a verdict of murder In tho llrst degree, and Judge Howell pronounced the death sentence upon Albert and Charles Talbntt, nam ItiSE March 2!i us tho day forcxceutton. The ease was appealed to the Sit- immio Court on a hill " u..uii' j and a hcirlnir set for the 20th day ofi April and a Slav of execution granted , . ,,- c . ., in..... . until May t. 1 ho Supremo con. tallli in-, ed the Juilgiuuiil of the 1o vereourt, and I'llday, Juno 21th was fixed upon as the day of execution. tub iiKsriTi; on the 21tii or jusn. On the 21th of Junu fully twciity-llvo thousand ueniilo had eou"T0'C'.ited at Muryvillo to witness I he execution, and public teellug was lto-o. Kvery street , and 1ird about tho public square was densely packed, and a double- row of guards was placed about tho court house yard. At !;2 a despatch was received from tho Covin nor announcing a rospitu until tho 22nd of Jul)-. It was nearly 11 o'clock when thu contents of tho do patch were announced to tin public, mi 1 tho disappointed mob sullenly dis persed. Afh.r Mi s eiiinn a loner confcssioii. claiming to be from Charles K. Tatbott, , "'j"' '1 mihi.ii-ijwi. ' ,n , , 'A small box was now placed b Mieath confessing tho murder of his father, i m ,(.1t of ,.:u.tl, a tlu platform which was published in Tin: Countv shook hands witli tho prisoners, the 1A I'fit I black cap was thou drawn over their 1'vory ellbrt possible was made by "'", tho nipus nljii"tvil. "he " , priests pressed tho crueilix to their lips, Iho frieinlsof the doomed joung wiusocieil a few hurried words of con to secure thoil commutation, but to no solution, when Sheriff Tool guvo the avail, and thu day ct for their oxecu-1 signal to hlssin, J. V. Tool, pul.ed the lion, l'ridav, Ju y 22il dawned cold and ll)fcrf?ul' clou.lv, with Indleat.ons of rain, hut la- Tin: iuoi rr.i.i., ter the clouds broko nwnv, and iIjohuii 1iu1'm1,,.,,,Ji1 Cm,i1('f .r,,'1,,01U . . . , ,, shot like a llaslt four feet below, where (Miim-u iiiijjiiii) u, .in .iiu thousands who woio rushing 111 eimtin- iiiil .streams Into 1I10 town on every road 1 and by every manner ot conveyance. Old linen and women, boys and ,irls, parents nud children, mothers with babes lu their arms, were all lissom tiling to sco two human beings Strang- j led like dugs. All, too, were dressed j in their hoi day attire. Stands and 1 I ths for Iho vending of lemonade and j -soda water were erected on every cor ner j Mlit"saliMiiV.Wci,alv.'Vit1VllUt.lV-' lug with di inking nml drunken men, nud collie of Ihetii resounded with mu sic, anil all were loud with profanity and uproar. Tho women and young gills tvoro decked out in in their gnyvnt col ors, and all weic lnujitiig, Mulling and happy. inmih: thk j.vtr.. The condemned boys leiiialucd, bleep ing soundly until 0 o'clock, when Ihov iiiuM) and ate 11 light breakfast. Their spiritual advisers entered soon af or, and never again left their presence un til their llfu in this world was over. At their llr.st conver.-ation with tholrcou J'cssois tlioy piomiunccd tliem-elves pro ) 111 ltd for death, and anxious to go at 0111.0. It appears tlio boys dreaded tho jiaitlng iroin their niotlicr, sister and uuiauccu, worse inii'i iney uni pas nig , i.i it,..!,. 'aik.mi o.vi.n 1 ... till! ll t I' l l'lll lit it ik river ot itcain-lea' en 11 o'clock Hie Sheriff entered, and Clonics said his had not s opt as sound lor mouths. Ilotlieii went to tho other side of tl o grated door, and with his Imnds grasping thu iron appeared bin led In thought. Albert referred to tlie subject of bisla-t confession, and thank ed the papers for publishing it just as lie had given it no sum u was 1 tU! 11 tun, mi mi as uu iuiita, hi i'uii in tlio niiirdorof Ids father, and when tho, came to die, tlici would dlo liiuoccut of that crime, and that Danson h id put V Iho first confession for them. Ho was pleased with the change from the Itiiehanau county Jail. 'I hey had ac cess part ot thu time to an open win dow, and did not suffer for fresh air. At H oolock tho grounds about tlio Court Hoiiso and jub weroo cared of all parties not provided with t'ekots, and guards placed about the place. The bojs nuked that n barker lie sent to them, and Sheriff Tool immediately compiled with their wish, and ouu .soon after ontero.l, and they were giv en their hint sliavo and hair dros-liig. A now suit of. black clo'hlng was then furnished each 0110, nud soon utter Al beit appeared at thu window of the jail, twisting his mustache nud smiling at tho crowd. TIIK LAST MI'AI.. The hoys asked that they bo furnished dinner, a reipicnt Shuriff fool hastened to comply with, and It wa soon provi ded, and of ittliuy partook with consid erable zest. Mrs. Alurritt, of Quiiiuy, hud been all day sondlng telegrams to thu Governor, asking, ' liojriitug and praying for a commutation of tlio sen tonoo, ami iisriou una cmo oxcouiinu bo postponed uiMil two o'elockf'iind It thought IhiASiH forjljjyw was to sumo tioiolvSiktho:?'f'ollshud t was y was to con- sumu tiuioi'fsmthtjoo'ollshud tholr liioal. XltK MAHCII TO TJJ13 BC.VI'FOM). A donhlo Ihio of guards had Ijccn formed fiovi the door of tho jull to thu bun. 'which was bnutod up to tlm north oiitoof tlio court houso yard. At about half-past ouu thu sheriff appeared at thu . .... . ..lil... ....! -V... tioor Ol llio jail, nun mo irisuiiuin "iiu inodliitoly lollowed. Charles was loau tnir ou tho arm of Father Anselm nud Albeit ou that of Father Igiiutiuv. Ilotli boys weru smiling and smoking cigars. 'J hoy walked witli a Arm Hep to the tats, tho reporters next, and tlio vlsttlui sheriffs brought up tho rear, marching by twos. Tho orowd f vehicles and pedestrians in the rutid was imnuniso Tho proeosshm hn-l not gone half a Idock before Iho ranks wuto broken by iho mob, which had closed In nrour.d thu bus, mid teams woro whipping to gel ttrsl lo uiu cuiii)in. liip potion formed a line i.luns" side Mm roporlors , .ind vlsltlhff sheriffs and by hanl work ; managed to keep the crowd back and restore tho liuu. It was throu-quiirturs of a milo from the jail to tho scaffold which had been erected ou u high giound cast of tho (own, and mldwt.y between the two railroads, nndtheou- liro dislaneo was one mass of swelior lug, tramping, laughing, cursing hu manity. THE SCAFrOI.il was supported by four cnrnor posts sev en feet nigh ami two uprights in the center eighteen feet high to support the beam on which tho ropus were adjusted. Tho ropes wore adjusted us Ui'glvo a drop of live feet and four inches. The Hup was In the center of the platform and was so flxsd its to bu spiting by a double lever, the operator standing ou I he ground. 'I ho ropes were 7-8 of an inch in diameter, and ten feet In length. I'udcr the scaffold a pit about one foot deep had been dug to insure against the feet of the prisoners touching the ground when the trap fell. ON TUB 8CAPFOI.il. Tho piisoncrs nlighted from the bus nnl were conducted by the priests to the foot o! tlie scaffold, widen they mounted with n firm and steady step lu advance of the priests and gutiitN. Afdn nil titiit ,..iit.lii,il tlm lilflt fiil'ill tint priests anil prisoners Knelt in prayer. At tho close of the nraver chairs were placed and after taking a Ut Ink of wn- ier i hi nanus oi ne iner ireinuiiug in . . .,,,,...., ..... each takinir In Ids hands a small cruel fix, while the holy fathers read tho dy ing soi vice of the ltoinan Catholic Church. A tear or two ran down the cheek of Albeit but they quickly passed away, anil uoin iiceume as emu ami calm as tho shorM' and his son, .vbo were doing their work without .a tremor, , bj'V- - .n St'B?S!; 2S tliev took another drink in the same calm way. They then stood up, the chairs were removed, their limbs were pinioned. A'burt yielded n little, but Chailus remained as linn as ever. 'I be priests i hen urged them If they had anything further ou their mimls which they had not told to state it, and they repl'ed i hoy had nothing. Sheitiff Tool then asked them if tliev desired to speak to the pcop e, and they replied no; that thej Were innocent; that they had told all Ihov know of tho murder in tliu last enntosMon, anil that their in tim ropugiv".' 11 t.um ,, 7I() air nun mini nun sprang) . .. a 1 I a foot nun tell ttiein suspended by tho necks, ilotli r.'piv liad sliiipeil aroiinil uinler tho emu The neck ..t Charles was br ken and in ek'VPii nilniitcs was prououneud dad. Ills death was devoid ot pain, and -ave a few convulsive hearings ol tlio breast ho mndu no movement. ' Albo t lived tweutv-nine minutes, and his death was caused by strangulation. For twenty minutes Ids heavy brcathintr cou'd bo heard for fifty feet. It was exactly twcutv-nbio iidnutos when the pulse '.''JWS.'l.ta'itUtu'"..'.'..!'' thtV-Tftwo niln ules no was pronounced dead by tlio plwslciaiis. Thu remains were tbon cut down and placed in lino walnu' eolllns, and taken home to their mother, an I were burled Saturday In tho family ground near Arkoe. " Tub Czar of Hnssla Is snid to bo in an " iinforluniito mental condition," which tnny mean that ho is suffering from pan 10 and fright, or that ho is temporarily insane.. In cither caso, it is understood he, or h's Ministers for him, lias declin ed tho invitation to meet Hie' Kmprrors of Austria unci Germany at (las'ciu the inidd u of August, Tim Czar must bo very much under tho influence) of bad advisors if ho can prefer voluntary .se clusion to tho making of reasonable roneessions to his subject'. It would lin sad .Miough if lie had cut himself off from the joys ot lite in support ot a ju-'t cause ; but to inako such a sacrifice lu defeiiso of n bad principle is mad ness HfOlf. t'KW years ago the postage on a In Franco was fifty centime, letltii half a franc, or nearly a dlniu of our mouny. Tliuso rates continued until about 1876, when tlioy were reduced one-half, that is to live cents. A Fai ls dispatch now announces that after tliu llrst of January noxt tho interior po tngu will bo tho uniform rate of ton centimes or two cents, pvlilcli is the sumo as tlio ltritlsli postugo of a penny. French llimnco b is so greatly improve) within a few years th it tho (iovoruinent has ropealcd sixty ml. lions of dolhusof war taxes. " nii.LV Tin: Ku." one of the most notorious outlaws known in tho crimi nal Minn's of tills count''-, and who litis K been for several ,ears tho terror of tho ciittle-mon of Now Mexico and Colorado, has ut last met with u deserved fate, lie was shot dead by Put (iarrett, the sheriff of Lincoln county N. M., on the 14th in tr. Tho ciittro-nion and other men will oxohuui on hearing tho now "Good for Pat!" It Is estimated thu amount of that tho lneieiiso in business transiicteiU through tho postal inonoy-ordor syateni of tlio United States dining tho hist fis cal year will amount to from 3,000,000 to 10.000,000 liiorothnn In the previ ous year. Thu total sum transmitted through tho system during tho last your wnscloso ou 8112,000,000. o :rr In active pursuit of pleasure or pain, tho inestimable blessing of health too often forgotten until disea-o is firmly seated, and tlio fact only i utilized by trout bodily and mental sufferinr. The T.Ivor Is tho vulnerable point in most persons, and tho illsuvruu;unimit of tho ortfiin In volvos almost tho whole system j henco tho reason why under tlio Liver dlsenso there U euumoi'iUod snub a num. bur ut alltictloiiH. nud wo claim thu Sim mons' I.lvor ltegul.itor to be a romody tor incnvaii, I I ! J. B. BEADY & CO., THE OLDEST AND OM EXCLUSIVE CARPET DEAL CARPETS, OIL. CLOTHS, MATTINC1S, WINDOW ALL J. B. Brady & Co, 507 & 507 1-2 Folix Sreot, St, Joseph, Mo. 1:1111: LAP OF LUXURY jJJC HERSHBERGER OBMGOX MO, Don't Take Our Word for It lint eomo and see. A large and well (.elected stock bought for Cash to bo sold at prices that Willi talk for us. Dry Goods, Hats and Queenswaro, Glassware, Hardware. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Wo are Agents for tho Ca.chnited CHAMPION REAPER km MOWER Space forbids even even an attempt at. what we carrv. I tut wn have the .1 . . .. goons everything you want 111 prices umi in cxrliiuiLrn tor jiomls at market prices. HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON. Oregon, Mo. FURNITURE. Successor to :i. k. s. mm. foist city, mo. has and will keep on liiiml one of the lincst .-toets of Fiun'tnte that has over been kept in Holt County, consisting of a full .stock of Ohambor Suits-Si vvapn Ktanas, Desks, Stand?, L Waluut and Maple Bedsteads- Lounges and Teto-a-totos, Children's Carriages, Window Curtains, WALL POCKETS OF ALL KINDS I'ictiiv&FraineKMjKlt' to Order. Furniture Ifepttired on Short, rotiee. POST OFFICE, FOREST CITY, M THE STEELE QOLD Aflo SIL VER WHWi Go Incorporated under tho Laws of Colorado. r. apital stock :::::: si.ooo.ooo n RES $10 EACHPAR VALUE, 4 Mines lu that Old and Itulinlile Cam), EORGETOWsr3GOL PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OFFICE, SM. Sixth Street, OlTICKItS: j Slantl".-", Suc.'y ALL Ol EX-UOVR. .W STEELE. SUPERINTENDED OF MINES. GEORGETOWN. COLORADO, Tlie pniperty uwiicil by tliU niininuiyliidiiilon I Mlver IwirliiK lules nml i nU linle, Ini'iiti'il near (li'inKrluun ; nu tho Minill i.iukc hi inmiiitulus on tlm iinitlii'ily stile nt Cli'iir I'li'i'l;, nlilrli luivo vli'liloil imiiiy inlltlims n itoll.m In hIIvit nrcs ullliln tlm pnt tmv year', mnl sue nnw inn (Itii'liiK inon nliiinil.uitlv Until ever lii'fiire. Ttmytini enllril llio Ktrrllni:, tlm Dniliieak, tlm Siill;ui;i, tlmrliiinlt, tliu Itnlnlniw nml tlm Now lira MIuim. ICui'li I.mkI'ii foi't nioHlllriio tlssnin veins, Klinllnr In llm arent inliivs 1111 Hint rnliKo nlili'li Inivo lucn wurlioil ;l In I'.' yenri, i;x 1 11;; better ni tlioy sink ilri'iirr Into tlm IncNlmuitnlilc lliiros. '...... ... .l.t.. i...l... 1.... .. r..... 1 m...i ...... t . . . ...I.. ... .1 . .........t 11..11 , 1.1... .iiiij ill I. .11 1 ..(ii'ii 1 i'.iii. .'inn 1 1 11 iiiiiiti. rn ivi'i 1111111 ' 111- iiiim.uiii vrutiiii ib.iiii nun, linn 1 In) wnikoil 111 winter iiHilsiiniiin.'r, nml nrti iinitor tlm ihthmiiiI Hiii(.rlntonili'iii'u tit Kv-linvuinnr ' nini'io, mi nut expi'iii'iii'i'ii niini'r nun i imsniiiK iioi'Ih ui miiKo tliein equal in oilier (.-real luinlin liik' inlues 111 tlinl wniiiloiinl t:aiii. M.oco ilmics llllt lilllil Ktlii'k U nl.U't'il III tlio llllllil, nf tin Treiuiiror fur ivnrkint' imii till !i Minill imitinii nt wlitoli will bo lnunl nt tlio nv 1 1 il I'n nt Aj.iu Tills rinniiaiiv Is iinnniunil liv cnii'fnl liiwlness tire ctiinliictcil to titn licst (uteresls nt nil I'oiiceriieil, You will fliiil It KronUy In your nilvniitiiKo to m'ciiic nil InleioKt In (tils i'iiniaiiy, wbllo Its wmkliiK ('iillnl Htni li til l'lrst I'.nltinn I'llco anil you ouu rdiniinenit lis 11 most ili'Mrcnhlo Ihvo ttuiout to 011 1- filonils, Tlioxlock will lie stonill ly liioroiisoil In valuo ns tln niniiov rooelvi'il tlii'iofnr by tlio isunrmiiy will all bn liivesteil In tlio inllios, lii'ilontlin bi'iitUsiif Hint puri'litisou nf stni-1; will bo Kront, Htiiok will lio Issiioil live Klnir.M In oaoli eetllrl 'iit., Wcinl nil inniioy III bmil; ilrntt, P, O, nnlcr or Itoiitstercil letter, kIvIi.b tlm iimnn nml iiiistiifllcn pbilnlv. JOHN lu STAN A OK, Set'. Il l N. Second .Street, ST. I.Ol'lS.MO., or to Donvxs, & 'i.i.i;ii.OivKoii. HOUSE WEST OF ST. LOUIS:: IN SHADES, KINDS OF CURTAINS, RUGS AND LINOLEUM. & ANDERSON'S Notions, Caps, . . . . 1... I.. . .1 ... spciiK lor inein-eires. rnmuce iiimmi Bureaus. Book Oases, Towel EackSj FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE ST. LOUIS, MCI A. li. Howard I'rus. W. 1J. Hale, Vitto-l'rcH. ST. LOUIS. um nviiik in ueveioitos, mill ciiMiiii'iitiv c. iiorsbni'o ss UUnmnt mini llio tiwn value. men of St. Linils wlin will sou Hint Its niriilru i OHIO 1tr.MOCRA.T-S. I I'vidoncestlititMr. Hook waller's noin- iuallou for tiovernnr of Ohio by the 1 Democratic couii'iilioii of that Stale, 1 was obtained by the free live of money. continue to multiply. It is known thai 1 large sum was drawn by Hookwaltcr's iigcut, ll.'dleutlue, from one of the Co lumbus banks on thuevu of tin; convon line, and there is little room to doubt ; that it was placed where it would do ' the most good In securing Itookwnl Iter's nomination. Ilookv, alter is do , scribed by iIiomi who know hit.' het us a man ot inordinate vanily, wilting to pay for honors. Tho Young Democra cy guageil lilui proper y, and hence his nomination. His political record Is by , no means acceptable to the old Dcmoc 1 racy. They charge that, he was a Ito puclicau a few years ago, a MonarchM lust year, and nobody, not even him self, can tell what he will be a week from now. lie said he became a Dem ocrat because the Democratic parly is the party of free trade, but wiil probab. 1 ly modify lm views on this to suit the Young Democracy of the manufaelurln and mining districts of the lliiekevo Stale. Tho Democratic leaders are Mil Sedalla. sorely perplexed. They feel John A. Keith, who fchot acoiunicr ccrlaln th.it with ltookwalter , rial traveler on a train was admitted at as their leader they wll. be overwhelm iugly defeated, but to take hiin off the ticket m'ght offend tho Young Democ racy. 1 Ayer's Ihitr Yigor, ns its name lui , lilies, invigorates and strengthens the , lialr. It not only rexmres.lhe original color to gray or'faded hair, but by its j stimulating lictinn at. the root", prodii 1 ces a vigorous growth, and t:ies it that , tie':u 1 1 i ' u t lu-tre which results only from 1 a strong, hcnlthv growth ol luiir. Sci.r r.us are selling tickets between .New Yolk and Chicago for !! in New York, and many persons are taking ad vantage of tho scale of prices to eunie Wot. of Your 1). It. Y. (1. has cured 1111 chronic i)yspep.ia anil other ails cans I ed by indigestion of loner standing. Itiiss It. Spuuhllt g, 1 Wholesale Hardware. SyraeiiM', N. Y. I (iuarantced by all dn'iggi-ts. ; Tin: ltusi-ian Nihilists have transfer red their operations from the cities to tlio country districts, and have met 1 1 with i-nti-l lerablo success, (ioveruiuent detectives sent to watch them are hav ing a hard time of it. The Niluli-t du , leetlves are too acute for them, and J when thev are di-eoveied they uro .shot down. One of their number was shot near Kief recently. Ayer's Hair Vigor, FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. It Is a most agreeable dressing, which is at onco harmless and cffcctu.il, for pro serving tho hair. It restores, with tho gloss and freshness of youth, failed or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep black, as may bo desired. Ity its use thin hair is thickened, and baldness often though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immediately, and causes a new growth in nil cases whero tho glauds aro not decayed; while to brashy, weak, or othenvlso diseased hair, It imparts vitality and strength, and rentiers it pliable. The Vioon cleanses tho scalp, cures and prevents tho formation of dandruff; and, by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing properties, it heals most if not all of tho humors nud diseases peculiar to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, nud soft, under which conditions diseases of tho scalp and hair nro Impossible As a Dressing for Ladios' Hair Tho Viaon Is incomparable. It is color less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil whl to cambric. It imparts nu agreeable nud lasting perfume, and as an article for the toilet it Is economical and unsurpassed in its excellence. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,, Fractlcal nnd Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. bold ur alz. cnuaoi9T9 EVEmnriJEni. Order of rublicaUon. TIIH STATU OP MlSS.fltl 1 1 . ciii'niv or iiiii.ri r III llm C'liciilt ('Hin t f nih! County, AiijiuM Ti'iiu, 11. The Sta'e nl Mlss'iiil at tlio ii'latlnn mnl In llii' iimmiI Sainili'l W. JIiiiiImiii. Cnlli rlnr u( llio Iti'Vciiacotlliiltl'iiiiiily, .Mo., I'lalntlll, VS. .lai'oli Wall, Clink lrvlin William (lalie anil unknown liclrs n( lii'lllali I'iiiIk. At Hits ilny oiiiiius tin-Tl.ilntlll herein, hy Its nllnriii'y, lii'fnrii tilt' iniilpislitii 'il 1'li'iii ill hiihl (.'unit In vacatliin, Hint lWs lis ii'tlliiiii ami ulll ilavlt htatliii! iiiiiiiiii: iitlicr IIiIiik". Unit xal I laml wn ciili'ii'it mnl iiriKlnally Vji'tmiKi'il In niic Dl'IIIiiIi Ciali;, wliu illi il cil nl Mine i Unit a pari of llii lii'lii snlil snlil liunt anil Unit tlii'ir niiMiltiiT r 4 of Mild Di'lllati CraiK wlm IniM' snmi) liitcri'it In snlil laml In iiiununl ami iin.iii Illy unkiiiiwii tn llm iilinitllV i unit Dial tliu inimi'H mnl U'-lilencpmr snlil IicIim nro niiKnnun to iiliilnlllf i unit Unit villi iniUiuinu heirs can- llllt III' MlllllHOIU'll In Hits can-c. Wlii'ii'iinnii It U iirili'iril 1 1 v tlm fieri; Unit mill ili'ti'inliilH lm lintllli'it liv 1 u 1 1 j I ti-: 1 Mini, that l'l.ilntllt Inn cninini'lii't'il 11 siut iiBilHH lliciu In llii, Cmirt, tlionliji'i't 11111I uoiifi.il niiiure et ill S1.1..1S, elnliiii'il to lie 1I110 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' iw bni'K wnii'ii 11 01 rcciiYcr in niihi iii'ieiiniiiiM inn miiii lilM'M fuf llio ,oars In7.', IS'U, h"7 IH7S, nml IS71I oil llio iinitliwct liiMlli of tlio iinrllie;it iplii' tor el M'l'llnn Iwi'iity-lliroe. (W), In timnshlp lUly-nlno. W), it iiiiiku tlilily-veu 017), III Unit nullity, Msouil Ami licit iinli'.ss tlm snlil unknown lirJis 11! 1 Di'lllnli Cnilit lie, nml npiienr nt this court nl 1110 iiom 1 nil 1110100:, 10 1,0 iieiiu unit iiiuio'ii at lliol'nuil IIiiiiso, In llin city ot Hickou, In Milit t'otiiily 1111 llio '.'J l itny ot .MtKiisl iii'aI, mnl on or bedim tlio slvtli ilny ol ttntit Term, answerer pleiiil lo llio IVtltlna In ;ilil eiuise. tlio saino will tin taken asi'iinfesscil, unit juili," incut win bo ii'iiili'ieil in'cinilluuly. Ami It U fnrtlier 011I0101I Hint 11 onpy liori'iif bv imlilWieil iicorillnt lu law In 'I'm: CniiN'rv rAl'iut fur four weeks sni'cef.slvoly, tlio ls lie Horlluii tn lm ut limit fnr wooks bojuro llio llrst .my.! Nil.lt on... w,lt.sl.I(INm.:il, T. ('. litiNOAK. I'l.i'itir. .Uloiip y lor I'l.lllilllf. ALL OVER THE STATE. Scdiilia Is to huvo street cars. The Springfield jail ootituim ten "moonshiners." Tho saloons in I. inn county have all been closed. Emigration Is pouring Into Clav county at a lively rate. The blacksmiths will hold u con vention sit .Moiieily, July ill. A boy was killed at Jopllu last week while playing with a toy pHnl. The corn crop of Ninth M issourl, it Is said, looks exceeillnuly well. A .Vow York man was robbed of oOO in a bagnio at Kansas City, last weo't. James Meirns, a farmer was killed by the ears near Cameron, while intox icated. Caldwe'l Is now a temperance enmi ty and all her saloons are permanently closed. The Old School I'lvshytoriuus of Sedalla will erect a line new church in that place. ; The .Missouri, l'aollli! railway eon-! templates creeling new machine shops , Cameron. j Pastors in the various churches of St. Joseph have Instituted a temperance . J campaign. j A bt. Joseph cracker factory Is to i furnish the government with l,i0U boxes of hard tuck. 1 i tleo. Kessel. ussistaut city tienMirer of St. Louis, died from tho effects of ox- ' cesslve heat. I Three masked men "held up" An j drew Pendleton, of Independence, and secured - t TtO. N'ear Freeman, Cass county, Cha. j Iteatly, aged nine years, was drowned 1 while in swimming. , The new flour miw mill, holousrli.!! 'to lie-ley & Itus-en, near lloouville, ! was totally destroyed by lire. ltieli Hill rejolwos in a broom fac tory, cigar factory, beer bottle factory and two soda pop factories. J nines Y. Jacks, a young telegraph operator at Kansas City, suicided by leading into the Missouri river. . The briil-re over tho Missouri river I at St. Charles Is said to lie in a danger-' I 011s condition, and much alarm is beiiiir felt. 1 A, It. Dob-on, of ltrooklleld, lost i?l,Utm on a three card 1 mnl nl' I tin k-iil,i jlwiit' inouto of tlx trick in ; Circus Royal. The wheat crop in llm soulhwe-t cm part of thu State Is pronounced to lie tho lar''t ever h:irve.-ted in tiuil , section. Col. 1). A. Alkert, a proniiiicnt farmer of Nodaway county, lo-t niti bead of the duct li'.ooded sheep, by i lihtulu. t Two iiieu named Treny and Slrick- , laud fought a duel at Scott's Slatiiiu, : Colo county. Tlio hitter was iiiortsill) j wounded. . i .1 ..I K A fillip: ot rinjji j st. Louis over tiiiiiod'tiurMmnl of a street fakir anil ravo hiin fatal wounds witli bra-.-knuckles. The Circus lioynl has jiaid out about 5?-VH) lo partiiis who were in-1 jured by .-cats ;ivin away at Cameron, duly 1st. One dentil resulted. ! J - A bald ciij;l(i wai .-.hot near Wil linmstouii very lecently, iucaui ini; seviiii feel eljjlit niches from lip to tip of its wius, and wciliiu 'M ioiimls : Tho governor has offered !?lit) re ward for the arrest ol'tiivcu itclk, wlm is churned with killinj; one Mft'lcllan in Cllulou louuty Miuicliiuc la.-l .lami- ary. Tlm survey of the proposed railro ul ' from Scil.'lia to Marsha I indicates n route !I3 l-'J Hides lonj;, ou neirlv a bee line, and with -li fn 1 as the heaviest yrado. At llaiinibiil m tliu l'.iurtli, Jerrj Yancey, nont of the Keokuk I'.icl.et , coiuiiany for many ,vear, and V. .1. 1 Coniiur, of Do Soto, were inn over and , III led by the ears. Chiirlei Scott, a yoiitifr colored iiitin, while attempting to escape pur suing olllcers, was t-liot tnul killed by Deputy Marshal .lohn Murphy, at th" fairgrounds in Kansas City, .Sunday la-t. Milliliters of thu.liiniitie asylum at I'ultiin, have accepted the bid of Then doro Laooff, for building the new crim inal inline addition. Thu conduct price Is lfi,000, and the work to be com pleted by .January Iht. In tho circuit court nt Jtnoniille dap and Tom linker, the Shnler mui- deiers, iileaded jrulltv, ami thu foriner was sentenced to Ihreo jeiirs in the pen ilChtlill V mill Hill 111 line In tlirnn lumilli. 1.1 flu. ..lilmil t.ill .l.it.w. A l.ii. ... .. I " '"V J nu, 1, II, 11 1. . I fl III! ..Illlllljll III rillllfllljl llllll sciilenccd lo live years in tho ponitftii tlary. The wife of 11 Clay county farmor mimed Stutzinnii, 0110 day last week ave birth to tliu most frightful looking object evur brought into tho world a oroaturu with two heads, two arms ami four legs. Onu ol' thu heads resembled tin eu"lo, anil there was nothing about ...t...Ii.4..il .... ..II1.11..1I ... ..,,... 1 .. v., ,f. . ,1 1 1 1 n r ,1 ,iil,l nlHiiimrli It llveil ' 11 l,,c-"ll"lllT,r unilil, aillioull 11 IIM.U 1 several hours. The mother demanded night of it, but thu ihysiclaus forhadu her to mhi It, but she became impatient and fretful, whereupon they yle'ded, ond she went Into eoiirutsinns, Are porter of thu Kansas City Times has seen the creature, mid tho caso seems well iittcftcd. NOTICE OF ELECTION- T!n stock linlitrrs of Ilia I'.ast I'oio.st t'loiuliiR Mill Coiiipiilivnro licteliy nolllleil Unit nn eliv tlon for n tuatil ot novoii illiei'llors will I e I10M ut llm nlllcoHt tlio ('iimpniiy 011 tliu socoutl itny ot AiiKUit uoxt.llt S I'. M of Kllit iluv. .1. II, WI I.I.I A.MS, l'liiv. J. II. C, CCJI f IS. Fannib I'aiinki, Is lecturing for tho benefit of the Land League in Cnuad.i I Wc have a speedy v and positive Cure, for Catarrh Diph. hlheria, Canker mouth and Head Ache, ' in shiloh's Catarrh ltemedy A nasal ' Injector sco with each bollle. I'se it if ou dcslrr health and swevt breath. Price oil oK Sold by. T. S. Hindi' ' Oregon, .Mo. WILL IT CURE ME? M.1I1I a limn, ulinvc mii.ic:iiii' einihti' tiani'i' umi lirnkt'ii-ilii 11 1 niistltiitinii 1., 1 1 1 1 slnmcil liners til illsenv u sill Ii n r u II li NcrMnis liiii'ila, In utilise si 1 n 11 Hell llieiniist . l-:t I ninri.ll l.iy lllie li'inl. Itt-l r-ilili.j? si..i ami iuli. lli'rl'S U.'le stlMllL'.lslll 111 111. filial In-ill- i,ilri'il 11I ever Im'Iiik Well, ki e uiltJu'il lilln tu hike SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR li In' ill. I. umi In 11 slum time vmii tint mill li'llcti'il, lull mini. Iti'iiiliT, II .Mm are siillrilim wllli l) iil,i nr I.Ui r IIIsimsi's In miv Ihiim.'iI nnl unit until (lie illsense tins lal.eii a lust li M Hmii ii. lint ite tlie lli-uula-tin ulicii llic s.v iu'tmn llrst slinw ilii'in-si'lM-s It tins rellelnl lilltnlil siilli-tllitf. M1111111111H Mot IU-i;iiliilor Is iml mi iili'iilinlli' slliiiiil.ilil, lull u I'nrely V.:..1- Iti'iiirO., III. il will run Wlii'li i i' 1 I II 1 1 ivl i'li. falls It Is 11 (an II tiss iiii'illi'lni'. Is mi lnlmt ilr:illi' liiiiKe, lull 11.1I lire's own ri'liicilv. 'I In' lilmil 11I i it inn', ami will iml illsa .iihil .Mill. A sliijSle trl ll Will rnmllliv mi t li.it It Is tlie i lii'.'iin'sl. imri'st mat lirsl l.nnlly 1111 illriiii' lii tlie wiulit. (MI'TION : ' As ilirre me a iiiiiuIut of linltnllnns nili'tis!, we W1111I1I ealilliili 111.' J l 1 1 1 1 i 1' nut In nllim -nnii' il 1 1. r 1 1 in 1 .1 hi 11 1 1 tu l ialniril nil 1 1 1 1. 1 1 t ;i slum Ivr siiiiiiiIIiiu Ilium1. Willi tin iismi illirr lli:il II ' Is its uuiiil llcirlli laiiiil Ihal lie milv . tl j I soi'li ilralerscali liaie. tstlie fart Ihal 1 1 . - ran tnal.i' a lew pi'iitili s elr:i pinllt li m'IIIii'i: tin' sparine. Niiuc L'i'iiiiliii' inilrss In our I'lnirineil wiain'r, Willi "tteil " tiaile mark. sianii aint I Miniature illilirnUi'li. J. H. ZKILIN i CO. Sulil li nil UrilKKl-ts c HICAGO PITTS! t'orl7-lxlli fonnonof tllscWrtllnlilo "riilrnsv rills" Mi.iiirnnirn, llm only llrht-i Ihk Aimni .M.it'hlnn now In tliu uiurkfl niliiitisl fur Inrtru ur Miinll JiIh. Iiar.ie (r ftemn ismcri tlio ol Aeni M It'lllllO Unit tlm'sUfrtallil rlrfim llm UH'InU tmttttt l-rrrlh). . 'M'llll llUH I'IIIm" Doill.U. Pllll.ill illuuuicil 1 1 orsi'l'iiH i-m mo thu Ix.i ' iht umkt. BLACK HAWK IT von wnnt a Vlbrntor. imj onr niniU Ihnk. J.iivr IVvniiwIllstlio lulPrt Inii'riiM.l lu.n lilno In in., nrirlvi't.lintliik' till tlie mm'. i. ut Vjliraloi'H. AidlatorK.O-i'llliiliiM, i ti'., m III lln. r.lihl'r lntj) nml mrr .fur.iUr, II, Ill.-lloll Is tCI-lplfHIll. t..l'illi ntly Mill lll.t plml.n III I'tWIH. rlmrouM'l (rf.(. ll.nli, III nil III I l.ix unit 01I11T lilivls of isrulii. II Js iiu.ilkity H."clf. 'lui'lui lu It, onu krulU. TRACTION ENGINES n llo Ulni'lr lit... I. Trni.llii.1 wijiniu f'.ili yu rrnrlliin Slrnm i:nln Ihkiiiu in Uimitirli). With rTfth'ter ivntcrsnliQ US1 liiitoill.'lltirofK'.ltuicnt.'ll Wa I c r c 111 it If itiou ts J vrfea i Itlsiilmllilti-lyHifiv Wilrli H vjrarly awi li s Ii'.h limn an iauiuicii'un.U'ici.iik-1110 111 iiiounriii. witiin.ui. liiitoill.'lltirofK'.ltuicnt.'llii) Ii'.h Uirtn any uiuu rtu: It ti-aw.ria,'.'"; f fl lunru iwu r v" 'fs raiv, aini ii"MWtf t.i HcuA lnr IXwrii tiv H. A. P3TTS' SONS MFC. CO. andO S.JofToroon 8t. CIIICACO. ILL. PATENTED IB7i, Comroeoil . loivcl; rlvnf iMiiv...-r. cil Mtca or Ti'lnsliwiii Is tbe BEST ami CHE lulirlcator tu Iho world. It in uioboot bw'Allro It doaB I dob not num, lut forma a surfneo ovor tho.nxlo.rp 11 nd lluhten nu the draft. hta duo iy npnanoa i (notion 1 It Is Uw cheapest (scauw) It coats no more than Inferior brands, nnd one, box will do the work of two of any other Axle Crenso Mill tfwrtjiir, ThredilnH HachlnM.Coro rimit!rf. a 1 .ii.wi.p. iHin.-.lrl. n. u ell I iiuv m. will .i'i uaiiioui.i Carilaircii, ilnirfflPB, etcetc.au for Wairona. it la GUARANTEED to contain noKoiroieum. lur MJoby ulTiiitEi'ii doiTfri). iiT Our Cvctorfllu 0 Thlos li'oA KnoKlnj tnallou frco. MICA MANUFACTURING CO. 31 MIchlBtin Avenue, Chicago. Illinois. Brown's Blackberry Anil Glnncr Should be 111 everg house during the heated i-ea-nn. It never fall, to cure Diarrhoea, D.-cutcry r.ud Chohva .Morl-us. 1'arsalu by '1'. S. Ilhu-'e, & King iV i'roiid Oregon, islmp-ou & .Muir K Kdaniliulo lligelow and West iV: Vtillll"- l'olbes. camfoiim.v uii.m:v rr.i. For Lame Hack and all Kldnuy trouble. !ifly cents. Ak to m'o it ut King it I'riiuil'.-, Oregon! Franco is Co., Koi obI Citv. 1 'Hit) ttl'uiivt mnl Itisl .Miilli'lncfwrMiiilu. I .1 M'i. ni'iliialkin et Hops, Buohu, Mon inii.i.l Uanilnllijli.i.illliiil liit'l.'.l KllJ clrnU nui.t c fl lira l.i tisi.tit,ij uf alt i.lliisr- IiilUit 111 il:i.n'4,lliiiiii'0iivi moon ruirmor, bircr Ro.-jul Airi'uL o ntor, aiiuwu i' r.i.. lliiCtli llwlui I", C raitlL No ill.a.u ,1. tin i.-U'lr l.niB Ml t n.'wo ll.-f Ulttl'MIIIII ll, fcil,MMaiicni.uM ,-. .v....m 0R.Ull.IIXSji .... rie7 Che ierH! 1 T !::"t1 lis :' 1 1:1 "lr:?' Tnall uliau 1 ,llll'l".M U I I" ' Tiv, .....M ," w T..:.l. aii li'l'M Mlmalaiir. u,)iillittci;nruliii'alV,"l,''5W'moutints, Icntlnu. IBi 'ollmlll.llat3lmrfl)'ltl, nr yil'bi, wwlmtlluilU-.ii)n.ullW!1fiit liii'D ll.iiiim. tir. Iion'talluiitIl(oiiiiltf rtolc lint ir c ciily fill bail or iiilKTftW).luu "'.,n. .u'l"' ltiiiiywvoMarliri'.lliial1')"l liiimlinls. 8300llllw'"l'lf',i'nfa0 ""I riironrliilp. I'i ml uirir oilit Jrourfrii.n.1, niirii'.ljiit ii.wanil iim Iliini'V ,0"' Hop U lluiHmlr.lloi lUttini I, iioJlJ. itjiicul ilian):i'.i iiu'tiiiin. Init Uiu I'uivslN 11 l'i'l Mislli'liii'iui'iiii.le.llm "ISTl lilted. IIIIK.1U anil UOI't" mnl no hmou w fuuilly liuulillHiUiiiitlhriu. iMm r . rs 1. Mti ttlMumtH anj Irrc.tlliln rtir.i I roiPi-iiiiUvnnM,iiMJirot)luiii,ti4iuccu aiiJl HuitriHlca. Ml mii uy iiiinn"", il furClnnlar. HP lllllrr, Ur. Cn., Buiwllcfl. All "l'l uy ili-utrulta. tliM'iiiti,r N V pint Tmyififn. Q"t Pepsin, Rhubarb, Mnmlrr.ke & Gentian Aru tlw ac'lvu iimrcdlentr nf Krown's Popidn Tonio, (ilvo this wonderlul DvHpopsln renieilv a trial and bit eurivl Forsulo by all ilriiasistii In Oregon, Si lligelow nml by We.-t tSi Voiine, Forbtp. nt " " ' " "