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. .... ... .-,--Bt.".-.Z 1 v" 1 vf '4 " ALL OVER' THE STATE. Plenty of homo corn for liemo uso in Christian county. A city saloon licenso costs 8500 in Nevada, Vornon county Thoro nro flvo Choctaw Indians at tending collcgo at Jul ton. Tho Carthago browory has boon turned into to pork packcry. ' The now bulldlnc association at CJarthngo has sold noarly 600 shares. Tho corn crop ol McDonald coun ty is a cood ono, considering tho drought. Noarly twlco as many buildings in Stockton, Codar county, as there was a year ago. Tho Bolivor Baptist collcgo has 116 'Ntmlontsj thoPiorco City Baptist col lcgo has 46. Within two months over 81,000,000 of eastern capital has boon invested In southern Missouri. A weok ago flour was 94.20 a lain drod pounds at Lamar, and tho prlco was to go higher. Somo of tho coal lands around Ulch Hill In Bates county have been sold for 200 per aero Tho Stockton .ftwnM'i'snys tho money in Cedar county Is estimated to bo raoro than ovor boforo. They scorn to havo found a vein of minoral paint, 20 feet thick, at Seven Star Springs, Barry county. McDonald county has a larger mi migration than it has received during any year of thojlost four or flvo lloland Baker, who killed young Bennett at Sholdon, Vernon county, is admitted (o ball on a $1,000 bond A vory largo accrago of wheat will bo sown in Webster county this fall. Much wheat is already In tho ground Thcro wcro thlriy-ono car loads of Btoek shlpprd from Mexico ono day last week, viz.: 21 cars of cattlo, 4 cars of mules, 2 cars of horses. Major Tildon of Jasper county, a pensioner of tho cival war, has received $3,600 tindor tho arrears of pension law. Tho public school at Stoukton is so good that nearly every township in tho county is represented among the pu itfls. Tho Southorn Methodists nt Itolla will t-onn build a handsome church in that oily. They have a lot and a build ing fund of St,000. Professor Baldwin has resigned his position as president of tiio normal school nt Kirksville,to accept u similar position In Iluutsvilio, Texas Kvory branch of industry in Kolla js nourishing. Frlynto resiliences nro in great demand thcro and boarding houses spring up like mitsroous. Mr. S. r. Pemborton of Sallt'o county sold last weok to A. Koyar, .Ir 1,000 barrels of apples, or his entire crop, which -will bo eight or ten car loads. Tho Governor has issued a coin mission appointing Wm. H. Olcon, (ihoriff of Piko county, vieo Thomas B. Ford, deceased. t Noah Seward of Dulhs county lias sold several acres of corn at ?S0 per aero. This $2,100 crop is wonh uioro than tho farm on which it grow is val- tied nt. Prof. John M. Leonard of Colum bla has been oloetod professor of Greek in the University of Cincinnati at a sal ary of $2,000 per year. Ho has accep ted tho position. Miesourians divide with .lav Gould tho $160,000 capital stock of lilch Hill zinc works now erecting at a .?30,000 cost. Bv next summer it will bo run ning with a quota of 300 men. 1 Tho cx-conft'dorates of tho south western countios nro talking of hold ing a reunion. Neosho is tho spot for it, frsm historical roasons drawn from tho early events of tho stiugglo. A pi asoctor on tho farm of Mrs. Annio Chambers in California, recently tmoartliod a lurgo nugget of lead wolghin 100 pounds, and uncovered a mass ot tho same mineral estimated to weigh nearly 160 pounds. Tho governor has offered a reward of 8160 for tho arrest and conviction of Asa Hooton, who killed Gcorgo Wright of Charlton county. Tho county of chariton has also offered a reward of 8100 for tho conviction of tho murderer. Wm. C. and Chariot Cheatham, on (heir homo placo In Honey Creek town ship, Henry county, tiro among tho most successful wheat growers In that county. They harvested 130 ncros, which yielded 1,460 bushels. Of tliis lSO acres twonty acres was acarcoly worth harvesting. Thoyused tho Fultz and Walker variety. M. A. Owon, oast of Windsor, sold 24 acres of corn in tho fiold for 816 per acre. This averaged about forty flvo bushols per aero. Mr. Owen Is having sovonty aerc3 of ground bro ken now fovcorn next year. This sea "son ho fully demonstrated tho ndvant ngo of fall breaking by gathoring ba woen forty-fbas and fifty bushols por acre from thW fall-brokon and twonty to twonty toronty-flvo fiam that not hrokon mJHnAfisft both being planted at tho saifltr tl jlold and cultivated jn; f in tho nllko. same Set Back Forly.Two Yenro. I was troubled for many years with kldnoy complaint, gravol, &o. , my blood bocamothinj I was dull and Inactive : could hardly crawl about; was an old, worn-out man all ovor;. could got ftith lng to holp mo until I got Hon Bitters, ana now I am a boy 'again. My blond and kldnoys nro all right, nnd I am as notlyo as a man of 30, although I am 72, and I havo no doubt It'wlll do as well for otliors of my ogo. It Is worlh a trial." Father. . Thk dooroafo of tho piiblio dobt during the month of Soptombor was 17,483,641, and dm Ing tho last threo months, ttl,742,88a, or nt tho rato of about 1100,000,000 a year. CLOSING OUT AT COST I now oflbr my stock of Musical Goods consisting of Violins, Banjos, Gultnrs, Accordoons, etc., at actual cost, as I dcslro to add Gent's FurnlslilHg Goods, and must soli to givo room. A RARE CHANCE. 810 Violins for 85.00 S8.00 Violins for $4.00 87.00 VioliUH for $3.00. 810.00 I!unjo for 5.00. $20 Guitar for 10.00. S15.00 Guitar 7.50. 10.00 Guitar for 5.00 Accordoons and Concrtinas in same pro portion. MUSIC TEACHERS AND OTHERS LOOK AT THIS. $1,00 Worth of Shoot Musio for 40cts, Como In early, at I mean to sell at above prices. Every tnslrnment wnrrnnrcd. G.W.Baldwin IT'OXTES'-jr CITY, MO, I Arriving. Wo are now receiving our Fall and Win ter stock or goods and invito tho inspection hi i oi an cioso Buyers. Our goods are fresh and new. We did not carry over from last year, a single over coat, Cloak, Blankets, or any of that class or goods. Call aud see us. Wo can and will save you money. Si lith & Phelps, JSLOTT2STID OITIT- UISIM Jl Kendall's Spavin Cure Bent toTany ndilrcss on receipt ot 75 cents . C. SCHOLZ, Ptaraaasil, COKNING, MO. mim cum m Is The Most Successful "O nmnn over discovered, as It Is eertnln fieiTlcuy lu us eifecw ami iIum nut Din- tor. Also c.xcollcnt for human lies Head proof below. FKOM COL. L. T. FOSTER. Yuiiiicstuwii, Olilo, Jlay 10. ItsO. Dn. It. J. KnsiiAt.L'& C'o (louts -. I had vory valuable ll.uiiuleloulon colt wttlrli 1 iilz- n.t vntu ti(trtitt t.i I. Mil !l Viri i-iTft twill . Cli:i v II on onu jolut and :i Minall onu on tho oilier wnicu nmue iiiin very ikiuu. i nau nun uiiuit tlio cliartfiv of ttu vctcrlnaty Mirscons.wlio lull ed to o.tu Mm. I vvii'iono day rcudlni; tlio ad vertisement of Kru.luU's S):ivlu Cure In tlio Cliter.tji) iij-jircne, 1 di'turmlnod nt onoo to tiy lt.iLiidnt ittir orui.i:!sN licxo to Kelut for 11 1 'l'licy orderod Uirco liottli'S I 1 took thorn all llllll III0Ui;!H 1 wouiu KITU lb l (iiurouKii iriai.i nv.'tl It uccurillu); to directions and too fourth day tlio colt ceased lo he l.imc, u'ldtho 1 n m j i.i have (!l!iiiit::iH'd. 1 used hut ono hottlc:aad tlmcolls limbs aro ns In-o from 11111111-1 and as wnouth a any iiorso lu tho Mate. J lo Is entire ly curcu. 'HiO ciiio v;a3 so rriimrKitinu un 1 let two of my neighbors Imvo the lemalnlng two hollies, wbonruuuw ualn It. . Very llpjisecl fully, i t. l'osxl;'., KENDALL'S WTIH CURE. lioclicsteE, liu!fiov. au, leso, "11. H.Kn-lAl.lWi CO., Of 11U i I'leaso Nend us it supply of advertl-ilui; uiatlur for Keu Jail's Kpavln Ohio. It bus a good sale hero and Klvcs tho beet of satl'fai'tlon. Ot all we hovo sold, wo have yet lo Icaru tho llrst unfavoraMe'rcport Very Kespfctfully, J. Dawson & Bon. Drugijfsta. KENDALL'S SPAYIH CURS. Wlnthrap. Iowa. Nov. S3d. isj. Tltr 11 .T ir L' Vliil. t.to tUl.. fllMlt4 ! l'!llClUCd please Und iM cents for mr Trnallso on tho Mono unit his disease!, I fiao been iisIiik Kn ihiii'a Himviii rurn mi mm nf in bores fur bono Hpavln. Ono bottlo entirely cured the lamo- uess aau reuioveu imian"' 11"' 'ihh m, itours iiespccuuuy, liOroy 11. Urahaui. KENDALL'S SPAVIN CDRE Oil Human Flesh. ration's 31111.1 Now York. l?ob. 21, 1878. l)n. 11. .1. Ki;nuaix& Co.. llents : l'ou par ticular cao on which 1 used jour Hpavln Cora was a imillsmmt .mklo sprain of sixteen months standluK. I had Ir ed nnny thlnns but In vain. Your Hpavln (Jutojiut tbo feet l() tlio ground iijtaln, itiid for tho fir! tlmo slueo hurt For u fawiily liniment It extols auythlwr wo ever us.-d. Ilov. M. V. Itell lustorof n, is.unurcn, i-auen s .nuis, is. Ts sni'li In In Itsnrforts. mild In Its nctlon as It does docs not blister, yet It Is penetrating and powerful 10 reaon uvery ucep saaieu pum m- in r.inirwn !inv luiiiv irmu ill nr iitlur cnbLi'ireineuts of the Joints 'and limbs, or for rheumatism In mr.u, or lor any ir.irpu.io air iviuuu a uiuiuriib i iiscii lor man or onasi, 11 13 nuw miuviii hi u'i tbo bor.t liniment for man over used, uctlnt mi rt timi viit fitriiiin 1 1 irs eneriR. ml mfil re fur Illustrated Circular which iniililiik irlves tinltlvti or.nf of Its vlitue.s. No remedy has over met wllh such unuallllcd suc cess to any hnowcldgo, for beast as well as i'll'ce. 81, per bottlo, or six bottles for ?1. All llriiL-.-Um finvo It or can net It forlvmi. or It will bo scut lKist paid to any addrcs.slon receipt et price bv the proprietors, 1)U. 11. 8. UUNUAM. &CO.,Huosbmgni'alls. Vt. Sold "by All Druggists. Gathering them in Hourly. Headquarters MILES OF SHELVING FULL OF Fall Fabrics and Novelties -AT CT-AJ3- EWIlsTG- &o CO., SUCCESSOKS TO DEALERS IN Corsaut & Meyer's,! HVCOTJIsriD CITY, Who conliully invltu tlio jicoplo of Holt and Lower Atchison conntlo3 lo visit ttieir irjiiminotli storo una aoo tua most elegant siock ot CLOTHING, Hoots mul Shoes, Hats niul Cups, etc., uvur phteoil on salo in Holt county. Wo only ask an Inspoction of Goods and Pricos. SENEMLTMEBCHANDgET Vo desire to osll Spoolnl Attention t oour largo ftnrl well soleotccJstook of CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS AND I 'W&7$r Words FROM SCHULTE BROS. Quoon3wiii-c, etc.. whleh are now licinvr l oenlved. amroxtend a cordial lnvl tntiou to all, to call nnd oxuminootir gooda beforo iuruhasliig WE A HE AOENTS FOU THE HITS Ml m ol which wo havo u luvgo stock ol all grades. Country Produce lukon In oxcliungo for good nt highest CTlS. EWIlsTG & CO 3IAITJLAN'D, MO., m wn m THE OEOLAMTI FORD & SMITH, THE i$-)OJ,B RELIABLE 22- FIRM OF We havejnow on haiul a complete sUok f tha olobrto M. 'D. Well &. Co'a Screw Fastened Boots and Shoos, of all sizes. Warranted in MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP- If parties who htiv tho abovo stock can show that iroods did not do good service on account of iniorifiritv of stock, tho nionov will bo refunded to them: and If coods ot tho abovo muko rip, wo will lutvo theni repaired free of charge. CLOTHIFG for Summor and Fall wcarin' nt cost and carrlupro. Light Summer Coata for Fifty, ucnts. FOREST CITY, MO.? Aro now prepared to show tho publio tho beet nnd largest stook of Bootsand Slices CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED GROOB -US' Kitm FROM ARKANSAS. A Former Holt County Cltlirn HoniolhluK Ahont tlmtConnlry. Iuka, Anic, Oct 8,1881. Emtoks Countv t'AfKu: Wo linvo had but ono rain slnca last May; and tho weather Is still hot. What few lit tle nubbins of corn wcro produced here, this year, havo 'jccii picked nnd laid away nlcoly to uwnlt tho convenience of tho busy hotisO'Wlfo with her gmtor, to bo turned into mcul for bread. Tho topa of tho cornstalks from tho cars up ward nro cut off and stackwl lu bunches for cnttlo feed; and the blades from the eat s downward nro prilled off nnd bound in sheaves like wheat, for horse feed. Thus, you see, wo utilize tho whole sub stance of the t-talk. Tim people of this wltolo countv, Maxtor, would thrive bet ter there, just upon what tho Holt county Mo., farmers waste, than they mi hero, by usinj; uvery possible exer tion, nnd practicing thu closest econo my. It Is rpilto common hero for girls nnd onng women to work out by the month at general farm work, tho sumo as tho boys and young lnen do there, lu fact, it Is with tho people hero a good denl ns It was with tho Aborigines of North America, the women do most all thu work; and tho men while and loiter away tho Wcury hours and duvs, llshing ami hunting with scarcely a thought tor the morrow. The (arms rungo In sizv hero from three to fifteen acres llltccn acres is it cry cxtenslvo farm, indeed, &o much so, in fact, that but few so largu aro outid and everything is done tlio hardest way. The corn-ground is marked off four or live feet' wide both ways with n "bull-tongue" plow hitch ed to a yoke of oxen, or one imor lioi-.-e; tho corn is then dropped by hand ami covered with an "old Virginia" tobac co hoo. When growing it is plowed four or live, or six tunes, with the sumo old "bull-tongue" plow, and Iiut.-t niul hilled up about as many limes with tho same intlKponsihlo hoo. The cotton grower ridges his ground very carefully he uses the name tools that tho corn grower does and then splitting the ridges wldo open through out their entire length, he strews tho cotton seed therein by hand and covers the sumo with a board fastened into a plow stock arranged for the purpose. After the cotton commences to grow and get? a few inches in height, IIicmi ridges nro plowed down something quite similar to the manner in which drilled corn ridges are ploughed down In your county, except that very dilfer enl implements are it.ed in the two places to aueonipli-h tho sainu ond anil then thu hoeing begins, aud is con tinued until about tho lirt of Atigu-l, when the eolton crop is made. Times aro hard hero. Moiu-y Is scarce, and hard to got. Crops of all Unds aro very poor !ho cotton liehU were glean ed tho first picking ami a great many peopio aro in ueut Willi scarcely any thing to live on. 1 have hoard fanners of your county complain that titues wore hard; I would just like to say to Ihom thai they know nothing about, hard times, as wo liuvu them hero. If eaeli one of tliino chronic grumblers of Holt County Missouri could be a so journer for a hiuglo mouth in this coun try, ho would go homo ashamed of him self, and never growl again. .1. 1). Winn:. A. II. JAMISON, Attomoy at Lar, IJonl Entnto, Inonranoo and Oolleot lilt; "Vgout, MOUND CITY, MISSOURI. CH Will nrnctlce ia all tin courts of northwest Mis nut. W. J. REA, The Cheapest and Best PHTOGRAPHEB IN Till! CITY. FOURTH AND EDMOND P: NT, JOSEPH, M y It. I. KBA, fiAltornoy :t Law. Notary Public and Real Estate Agont, MAITLAND, MO. 111 altenil to all lept business Intrusted tn liHcuro In nil tlio courts of Northwest Missouri. lias tor suio n lurgo nuniDur oi cumto uusui a nico lino of U.iby's, Boy's nnd Mon's Fine IIats,;to bo sold at low prices. Tho "Henry Stewart" Sewing Machine is now in our line busincFS. nnd wo can buddIv nil parties with this tlmo-ttwtcd nnd tried lnaehino, at as low a prieo us they can bo purchased anywlioio. Sum nlo mauhino alwavs on hand nnd Mr. I'hll Schulto is nlwnv ready to show tho sond for any parts desired. Wo also havo somo vory uico Jewelry. Everybody call ana examine our goous. 7 OREGON, RfSO. Hats and Caps, Notions, Etc., Etc., Ever offored in Holt county. Wo aleo havo a full lino of Glass nnd Qucotis- waro. Wo believe that wo havo tho lareest tine of Ladies' and Misses' Fino Shoes. Call nnd axatuiuo goods. Wo will not bo undersold. CLOSING OUT! iVestSIde Pnblic Square, i n 1 IHiTi ytrpj'" " ff1Mg NEW CLOTHK J POR SALE0 argam for omebody lots, J. T. THATCHER, M. D. nOAICEOPATHIST AK1) SURGEON, OltKOON, M1SSOUHI, nvKlDRAt rnsldiiftn. two iloori north .1, A. KuavosM Htoro fornu'rly rcsldcuvu ol. Boiiit? desirous of Olosinpr Out my Buslnoss in Oroffpn I oiror for Salo my Entire Stock of Goods togwthor with tho. building known as THE RED FROfIT STORE, Und all ImproToraoiita. I also wish to soil tho building known as th City Hotel, situated in ono of the bost locations in tho city, Also a nuinbor of other lot in tho city and both Improved and unimproved farms In Holt county, lor full particulars appiy to "W- EC- STEERBTT, H. B. EETCHAM, Proprietor. Felix Street, Between Thlrdand Fourth, S,T. JOSEPH, SCO. At old Stand of Townsand Wyatt & Co. 33. 33I3aT, Bl!awji,eei-. Wn nro now reocivincr nnd offorlncr tho lanrost ond finest stock of Clothinr over brought to this Market. Made and trimmed In tho Most Stylish and Fash- onaulo manner, equal to auy custom uiutio worn j un m wm nui uu oum uw I Lowest Prices or cash. Wo would bo pleased to have visitors from Holt county, wontiiis . . V " I . - .1, ...! I.,..., I,nf..,.n l... .,,,,1 O10tU!IV. UJ UUIl llll 119 Ullll v.HlllHlu ijui iit'fi iiiivu uwuiu wiij iif, iit . !?.,... 1 1 ...Ill o.,lI.,f.,n!t,,, 10 COnUUUIlt UUl uuil unit Jllvua tvtll fivu oiiiittuiiuii. K. B. KETOHAM, St. Joseph Mo. The New York Star says of the Star routs prosecutions i "This prosecution was the work of Attorney General MoVoajjIi, who never played lint and loose wiin it; never said one tiling in public and another tiling in private, lie told told the pott olliue ilcpartmuiit, tho 1'rosidout, and tho people lhat a cuo of couspiiacy lo rob tlio Government had been made out ; ami lie told Horsey and his eoiin iol in private that ho wa unfortiiiintcly compelled, lu view of the law mid tho facts, to soud Mr. Horsey to tho peni tentiary, and let Indiana take care of. Itself hereafter." An attempt has been made in Loudmt to inaiigurato a praying crusade against tlio liquor sellers, similar to the crazo in vogue at ouo time throughout tho north, in this country. Tlio attempt met witli a sign.il failure, both, because thu llritish tapster was past being pray ed tor, and tho police interpreted tlio tho inovoinontns a breach of thu poace, nnd hustled thu pruyful away from the . public houses. Gun. 11. F. Duller, It Is rumored, will havo charge of Guitteati's defense. If true, there should bo a lively fear that thu assassin will cseapo punishment, for District Attornoy Corkhill would bo as putty in tlio hands of tho adroit. ami aeutu legal hands of Denjumin F. litit lcr. Sknatok Den Him. will receive tho general sympathy of the publlo for tho misfortune of, tlio loss of a quarter of his tongtio, but thoro havo been timo when his party might have wished that .ho had no tongue at all. II. TEB1JS JALKIIIE, Attorney at Law, oui'.(iu, mo. Will practice la nil the mutts uf Missouri, ileal t'stato anil collection Iiusiiicm ruiiiptly atti'iuloil lu Office ovcrSSelitjUo Jlros Blore. HaBnilllMSJIHMUMWOMMniMWMV-MHM E. J. KELLOGG, A T T OKN K V A T L A W , CltAKI, MO. Will nractlco In nil the couttt of Mhourl. Ileal estate ulnl colluctlni; Inisliit'JM ironiiitly uttciulcil tu. OALIVORN1A IC1DNEVTEA. Try It when nil other remedies full nni' got relief. Duv It of King & Proud, Ore gon j Fvuueo & Co., Forest City.