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Till'. EW:CTION8. Tho elections which look plnco In Ohio and Iowa hist Tuesday resulted iu n glorious victory for tho Republicans. Gov. Foster's majority Is conceded to bo about 20,000 majority and tho Legis lature Is nlso Republican. In Iowa, although a light voto was polled, tho Iicprbllcans onrried tho Stato by about 60,000 majority. KDITOltlAX. NOTKH. OSJ1CC' This is an off year in polltics ially for tho Democrats. The gonoral Imprcson among Son r.tois seems to bo that the extra session will be a very short ono. 1'uKsiHENT HiNSUALn, of Hiram Col lege, Ohio, will wrlto tho biography of the lite President Garfield. A courjj! of months ago the star routers wcro vory anxious to bo tried now ttuy are vory anxious not to bo. CmcAoo is tho groatcst grain mntk tt, and thon follow Now York, Haiti uioro and St. Louis iu thu order In which they aro named. It Is stated that ux-Scnator Conkling has bee offered n Cabinet position by thu President, but has declined In the interest of poaco and harmony. Hon. Nfxsoh V. Ai.ihiicii was rice ted on tho first ballot to succeed the late General Dnrtisldo as United States Senator. It is claunod that Alilrich Is a LUalwart. inr.BB is uxeiiotnent m iiostnii over the advance in tho pneo of bcan,whluh have risen 31 a barrel during tho past few weeks. Tako away her bonus, and what U loft of Hostoa is vanity. ScoriLLE, Gulteau's lawyer, rinds It extremely difficult to obtain counsel He wanted to omplojr Ingorsoll, but the utiassln objected, because, ho savs tlio whola chrLstian world would be prejud iced. ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Forest City. A t 111 tic? nf tlMt1lll-fhiit lit, it.lrnti liv .in humane Mrcct commissioner. Km.ntlH Jwttil. tit Ihn Imvrr Ixittmn ritpil n ilclil of Dent cfirn tlili yi-ar wlilclt tie slii'llcil In IWIIHJl Hllll l4IIIUtlK Wanted liv nmnv nf mir rliljfin lm l,i.t tnrttiod nf permanently rratiii-Ming "tlic iu'IkIi Ijor's chicken V from tnelr j anK -Miller Si CMn rchimpil frnm Kint'i rm Monday with m lieuil of cattle. Tlicy took mem 10 ew mini io winter tni'iii. -Father lteckpr tlin new fntltiilln ,rtt ni rorent'lty h Mid to ho ono otitic most do iliienl ami learned men ot Unit taltli In the uurtttweU. .TaliiM lltmkln lintretntiieil frnm Iowa mid Mlimctota where lie hat liecu jevcral month for litj health, lie has not teeclveiltlio benefit he expected, Tim ciimtrtidlnn tMln tm linn r.ni,n.1 for mine ihi In nilini tlmt hum ,r !.,, rnUmmt track that was washed out lust 'frlng n few milt's above town They have nlso railed tha track somewhat In that vicinity, Tho services of the M, I' church on last HatdmtV were very IntcrcMtnn and the consu ltation was I.URcr than usual. The laustu was Hood i lira, Cora droves presided at the ornati. Wo noticed mi last Sunday, Or o. MeKlnney of Mound City, on our streets In company wltfi one of oiirulrli, llo uiipears to ho an vncrKct- ic younir man, anil win iioiiotless soon have aompleted tirratifivtarnt as are necessary to mane ii i in a run partner with our inumiry man. 41. f?. Croons loot snmn hivt, ovliprtwien Willi the toinado ot fvt S.tli. Ills wheat stacks wcro scattered to tho four w inds of the earlh and the wheat was Injnrt d creutly liy lie- hie mane vtri, a inresiuni; inaciinie, just set for work at Ms stack yard was greatly tnnmi;cd. Ito eathered his tthrnt nifalti. however, nnit threshed It a few da later. Ills corn shocks were alio scattered and his corn In the field was flattened comidetelv and much of 11 will lie lost hefnre It can lie gathered, tie reports that woerciiie lornaiiiiMrucK uiocatlli li seemi'ii to hciiil the stnhhle as though a heavy current ni wnier uau I'aroeu over it. liny mumlng. nnd Itev. William Meyer occupied tho pulpit at night Our little town Is still tmomlnif! lr. Ash worth put a ncwroxfon htsilwelllni;and oOlce i (1. W . ('oil tins also 1ml eololiletpil ii Inrifft mid convenient workshop. And still they rente mid still they po. Wo arc sorry to lose tor n while, nt least, tlio loltow IniMiaNics who started for Wnshlncton Terri tory last Monday i l.cvt If uhl, John mid Henry urocKiiinu uiiii iiimiiies, iiiciinru mid decree Acton and Alvlu Itcslmer. StKAX. Coinlnif. Where Is Theodore (Ireenplckle. No new entiles lo report (hi week. Country produeo of all kinds Is very scarce. We had ngood soakln r.iln on Tuesday night. Coming has heen shinning conslderahlo stoik andfitaln lately. Our merchants alt look Jiilillant and say they are iIoIiik a Rood business jut now. Tho weather Is iiilto coot, but we hacn't heard of any weddings to take place soon, l'atmers are tmsv ptowltiit and .sowIiib wheat They eoinplaln ol the hard condition of the (rrouiid though. Misfortunes hover ennui sltiRlv, especially Is this the ease with, Alnrslml Hsoteii, Not loiur iiko his throat was cut by a taurderous wretch winch nearly ended his life, and now to mid misery to woo he has just been calle! onlo mourn the loss of his lltiln j;lfl, lie has the sill ceresjmpathy r I th ntln commniilty, It Is our p'llnfut dntv to chronicle the death of Utile lWlh.1, d.iiiKhter of .lolui and M.iculo tlootoii. who died October tin, aged 3 years and one month. Farewell. Ilertha, thou hast Irtt us, Here thy loss we deeply feel, rl It's (!od who li.ith ln-reft us, He can all our sorrows heal. M. r Tut three boy train robbers, who robbed train on tho Iron Mountain road, in Arkansas, some thrco weeks tgo, wers captured Inst week and speedily tried, and sonteuccdto70years in tho penitentiary. Tnt contest for tho Speakership of the Homo of Representatives is becotn ing very netivo. If nil repoits are to be credited three men will bo elected Hiscock, of New YorkjKasson.of Iowa; nnd Kelffor, of Ohio. Tub Democrats took advantago of tho situation lust Monday and elected Senator Hayard, of Dolaware Proildcnt ofthoSenato. It is thought that a Re publican will bo olected at tho next reg ular session iu December. It is said that Colonel Ingorsoll, in the court-room nt Washington tho oth er day, met the evidence against the star-routers "with a sneor." The Col onel has a powerful sneor, but ho will havtf to produeo something stronger than that to clear his clients. Triumph. Corn, 4Ji.V)c. -Wheat, 3$l,lo. -Mr. Ed. Messlngeris In the "Far West." Tilumpti tjuintay school Is In a l!ourlshIn iiiiiimiiui. Mr. Joseph rciiscl, of Mound City' wilt re turn to his farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Hodglns are faylns their n"in"eii in menus in iKioiieruoiii. Knlrvlcwrchnl began Its fall and whiter t tin October 3, with .March Polk as teacher. Messrs. Hobert Morris and J. Q Tilmmcr have returned from an extended visit to New Jersey, their native stato, Mr. Painter's family arrived frm Kansas City, whero they have been visiting since their departure from Tettls county. Within tho past nine mouths live families have lett our vicinity. Thrvo of the flvohavn returned. True, "there' no place like home.'' Mr. II. O. Cowan has moved to his father's farm where he will cnuaip lit Krowliic film stock. Mr. TJioruburR presides over .Mr. II. O'.s farm. , ltev, Carothers will not fill his next reicular appointment at Triumph on account of the. District Conference which convened In Mound City Tuesday, The third quarterly meetltiKof the Oregon lion circuit wllf be held at Triumph, OH. sr.Mnud rd. tier. Wayman of .St. Joseph will bo pres ent, l.verytiody Is Invited. Messrs. Nash and I'ltctibcwer recently started for Ilullma.. These centlcmeii Old mi excellent lob of dllchlni!, conveylne Hor creel; Into the Nodaway river. It will greatly Im prove the health of Hickory township. Mr "Uno." of the Mound City 1ft icn, savs i "A patch by tlie side of a patch Is neighborly ; hut a patch upon n patch Is beicparlv, The patch upon thu Orecou court house, w not hon orable to bo classed as either. Will some read er be kind enough to tell us what kind of a patch It Is? 1 would nay that It Is auylhhif; but the rlf;ht kind of a patch. Let in bo a lit tle easleron the court than wo hao been : Ihev are ambitious and wanted to bo well known and so they aro. U.VCAH. David Davis voted with tlio Republi. cans on the organization of thu Senate ilia reason was that ho bcliovml that the Republican-, wore entitled to tho Presi dency ol tho Sonato, bocnuso they car ried tho election last y oar, and especial ly as this official may become l'rosldeut of tho United States. Uorn the caudtdato for Governor and tho oiiudldat for State Treasurer re cently nominated by tho Democrats of Wisconsin, refur-o tho omipty honor, and tb party is in a quandary. Cononcl vuas aiiu congressman nragg were right, when they said their party in Wis consin was a putrid reminiscence, and that IU mission was ended. Ok Wednesday night tho romalns of the late President Garfield wero trans ferred fioni tha castot iu which thoy were Drought ttom Elticrou, N. .1., to n air-tight metallic ca-o ot bronze, with gold triiumlncs and a goldou plato on top, for which Mrs. Garfield will di roct an approprialo subscription. This bronze casket will not bo placed In vault, but will bo expired to view on n catafalque In a crypt. Upon removal, In presence of Dr. Robinson and Mr. Fairfield, tho remains wero found to bo In a good stato of preservation. Bnrr Oalc. Mts. I). I'enny Is very 111. Mr. OeorKe Stroud Is very sick. WllllamCorn has returned homo. Fall wheat looks well In this Wclnlty. (I V. Day will attend school at Forest City. S. (i. Alklre starts for Klrksvllle next Mon day. Tho little orphan babyth.it Mrj. Miller lett ts dead. Joseph lloyd. wlio ha4 been vlsltlni; In No braska, lias returned hoi-.'e A. 1'. Hoyd, who has been south on a hunt ing expedition has come home. Itev. Williamson will preaeh at the Ilurr Oak schoolhouse next Suudu) lilbt. Old man McDatdel. wi. left tho bottom. never to returu, came back last week. Miss Julia D.nli. who has been vNltluif her father hi l'lutte City has returned home. James nnd lucent llonnprwern In (ln-irnn last Saturday to ecu about buying sunij laud. Mr. C J. Itnnuer. wlin Iim verv 111 fur ftnitin time, was released by death ouo clay last week. Kut! Uaiido oh and ltachaol Alk ro will represent the Oregon scliottl this coining winter. Mr. Wllhaui Day, wu has tieon vlsltlni; friends lu Mercer couuty, has returned ami will attend tho HurrOak school this wider. Sir, Sinclair Is smllliu; as though ho was en. lug to raise a Unu crop next your. His crop this year ts a lino bit; boy. llurruh tor Sinclair I Mr. Whitney, Iroin Kunsas, who formerly resided here, Is In llio bottom this week llo says crops are lu streaks lu Kansas this year, and that Jewell and Republic huvu tho bust. I'liTuUvnncmr.itN. Maltlaml. Dr. Ilureh Is moving to town, Klder Wnlle Is building n neu huise. Dr. Maxwell, of Matte county, Is also Kolni; to hu-ato here. Tho Sliver's llros. lire Kolnifto establish a wepdnrd In town. The Methodists have torn (he plastering off uii-ir i-iiurtu noil nre boiuk m repiasier it. (ScorrMlaublels sold our the Valley Hotel to Wllllun Kerns, to take eirc-t November It. Charles Donovan has fixed un Ids bouse and put down his carpet Thursday, Ito will urins niszamiiy ims week. We are to liap two new- uronery houses, one in lurin iiavincinoii-ii in wun ,-irs. IIIIIKIO un til her tiewhousi! h conip'cled. We have hud some el-antes ntnnrie our bus Iness firms this week ! Coberly & Ki-hmui whu in iinuKin-riy, i ieKennE ro : winen Co., have sold their lumber yard to riuney. Wlllliims ft Co ! Mr. Kcely of llarnanl, takes uii ire i-i inr- ,i;irn. Mr.i-nd Mrs. nv.lnu tnd the misfortune In lose their llttlu Rlrl on last Tbnrsd-iv from ulcera ted sore throat, flhe was a bright little ijlrl. It was like sevrlnptbe beart-stHnss of tli pa rents to plve her ii". Mr. and Mrs Enliur havn t he SMnpatbv of the etitlre ctnimunlty In ineir Kreai Rriei. 7.IMKI, Ilmsioy. Dower's aw mill on Kli ieveree!; ts now In first-class rutmlng order and dolnc n lively bus-lues'. hjiiiiev jtorsnii has Just returned from a shoit lslt In Southern Jniva, where helms bceif KmiiniK ,-uier ins lannini; iniorcsts there. A brother of David FlrMlnne' l vtslilni- oursretlmi. lie will perhaps remain with n. as he Is well pleased v.li'i this part of the coun- The youmr folks of this m'L'hborhood are downhear'ed ; cause, no parties, im dances, no noihlnc. Walt cMldr.-n. when the snowfalls and frorni cars and noes are In onUr, then you may no. A nnod Sunil-.v school Is now er.tnbl,hcd at lb" llurtisp srhMol.'io-se with V rs. Men"e(. n Fiiperlntetnlent. It t"i-td "the.-n can b no (rood mine out of lienlon." we answer, "come and see." ;Wo tro snrry to tinnoimco the de-Jli rf one nrthe eMeemed Indies o the m lirliborhnoil. Vr". Jo'ejih Ilf eter.nfter a Ion illness died last I- rlday tilth t. She Icatc.sa fond husband lo ir.nnrn her departure. , TroachlnjM'nxt Sunday nt tt a. m.. bvMr livans. of nvaiiffellcal I'cnoniliiatlon. Mr. i:v nils : ts encrsclle lu trylns to do (.-ond wori: here. Mild deserves tho f upport and assistance of all Interested lu the cause. I'r.Aciu'ui. Jon, Foru oa. I-'evcr and ninm are rafting In this vicinity, ltumor leports that Forbes will soon have a hotel. I'reiiaretlo-i Is beliiR made for the erection of r.nother store bnliillnc In town. KarnnrsarecomplalnlPKof thoKriii-.nd be ing too hard f r deep flowlne. 1,'nssft Co., report n larger trade on last .Saturdiiy thnn fur tlio past three or lour months j mi inri-ierhs uein; ouiy. On last Friday night there was a social iaity at N. K. Pierce's, two mllo. north ot town. We tioth-pil several opi-soim In filfi-iuliitipp frntu Orei.'im and IVe r.orlli part of tho county. They all tipped tho Unlit tamastio toe until the weo una- nours." Cnizr.N. AN Tm Now York Hepiibliouns havo.set-' tied their quarrels iu their own way, and for the present campaign, nt least, aro united. That thoro was a bitter factional fight in that Stato overy one ' knttws. That a great eiroit was mndo to have it appear that Itoscoo Conkllng was pursuing a rulo or-ruln policy as to tho State Convention will not bo dlspu ted. That it was boldly proclaimed by some papers of quostlonablu standing In tho Itepublican party that if tho Stal warts wore outvoted iu tho convention they would bolt, Is woll known. None of these things happened. Mr. Conkling did not go to tho convention at all. He did not ndvlso his friends to be captious or stubborn. Tho Stalwarts and anti-Stalwarts met lu friendly con. ferenco, and ngreod upon a programme that was carried out. Tho ticket was uiade up of four men named by tho StalwurU, and ono named by tho other faction, and thoro was no contest or couteution, Tho platform wns madoto suit both factions nnd all Republicans, and during thu convention tlio best of feeling prevailed. Thero aro but four Holt county boys attending tho Stato University this year, viz.t W, 8, Doarmont, John Ken nlsh, G . W. Meyer and D. W. Porter. James D. Curroy of this city has been appointed Deputy-Assessor, by County Asso.sor Graham, lent appointment. An excel- Craig. Fred '. Myers &Co, shipped from Craig last week COW bushels ot grain. Dr. lloyd returnnd from 1,'ebraska last week with eighty head of flue feeding cattle. A. 51. Hunter & Co. aro in liking somo valu able Improvements to their b uslness houo. Duck shooting Is hue on tho lakos west of tonu. Don't let Tom IIIuUo kuiw it though. Tho vault In llllby Si Helton's new banking house, was placed lu shape this morning. It is a "daisy." MtlleHoy, tho son of T. N. Clalboiirnc. who has been very 111 for somo weeks past, ts now recovering. No town lu tho eountv Is now doing a better biilnps lu all bronchos than Craig. Her ship ping Interest uro Immense. Quite a number of Grangers, who have been looking at the country about t'r.ilg havu pur chased homes, mid will at ail early datueust their lot with us. Mrs. Win. M. Ilycr, the wife of our popular druggist, who has been ljlug nt tho point ol death for ten days past, K to tlio delight of Iit-r many friends, slightly Improving. W. 51. Smith returned from St. I,oiilsnii Raturday last. Hu pronounces the fair a big thing but don't thank peonlu for asking where ho stopped while lu tho "Future (I real." Hubert Lyon, our oblliilug P. 51, lias re moved tho I'o-itotllco from tin drug stoioof A' M, Hunter Si Co. Into to tho building recently nccuplcd by J, II, Williams us a restaurant, J. W. Stokes has given up the hotel and now enloys ttte society of his family In tho nuletofhts family residence. Mr. P 11. Cook has again assumed tho management of the hotel. TuurilFUt. JA5ti:s, Ulgolow. . Thers. was preaching nt tho sehoolhouso last Sunday, Tho first cxerelsu of thu kind since l!ic ot.rtlow, i.. Our roads aro being worked lu several local ties. .Never turn back lu a good eauso, wo huvu long needed good roads, Tho WgHlow literary society will not nour ish very well this season unless wo can get amnio girls to come back to town. Tho Hood Is over and wo would cxtcud to them un earnest Invitation to return, The iiialilo lauds, ttiat were so extensively mowed for tho w ild grass, are now being sowed with red top and other tiuan grasses which will make our bottom prairie hay much muro vulua blo for food and tho market, Annus, Nsw Point, John F. Cowan has lett us and stops uiSIon tana, Merchants and smiths aro all doing a fair business, ny,f.luetir.,na,'M- K' huich, South. Is re'loVSiTye'Si;15 Lan ,lr0 Klll" -John Trimmer returned last Sunday morn ing from a visit to New Jersey, .iTA'' 1,''xJcr Andrew county, can't como that kind of a game ou our constable. . iT.1". Vl,c,,,coc,f a,lti Mrs. C. F. Uarncsnro visiting friends and relatives lu Nebraska, -Dro, Uncas don't bo so hard on our county solUme't! CUrt h0U3e wo Wl"get a bf'"" p"m2f . atP ,o1,'1 tlmt w. !lre 10 lavo somo lurga .Ch,t.,liL'tfVl't'M " "i', vicinity, notwithstanding the drouth und scarcity of corn. '" flpTi,i.?fVi"niMl'J'F!'.n,,h!' time moved from his field of labor at I'lmen x. Arizona, and Is now Htaylng for a whllo with his father? John Meyer- ,7.75!!lf f iY'".'"";?0"'. pt Christian Church, preached In the Presbyterian church last Sun- UPRIGHT PIAFO can bo purchased at n very lory price for cash. Do yon want it? Call nt this oiucu at once. THE LADIES of Mound City nnd Holt county will find it to their interest to call at Misses Owens and Harbor's Millinery and Dress-Milking establishment, boforo buying elsewhere. Second door south ot v . . i razor's residence. If Is a Fact Wintry davs With their cold mid chilly ' bias hen thu ground's all fcathcrc snow. To Minton liro's Is. tncrcti m you should go. I. ut if you'll mill on thorn to day, lou'll tiiivor, never go away until you'vo bought your wii irood hats and hoods winter caps and shawls and Of 7 PROF. OP ELOCUTION", OF ST. LOUIS, MO., Will givo instructions in the Art-Ora- loncai to any ami all desiring his ser vices, in Oregon during tho next four weeks. Terms, gfi 00 per pupil for one month's tuition. l"arents and others Interested, will do well to tako notice, as probably no such opportunity will occur soou again. During the absence of Countv At torney Knowles', Mr. K. Van Uiisklrk will attend to the business of that ollico. At tho Circuit Court of Atchison county last week, the Grand Jury ro turned trim bills ot indictment ngninst ten citizens for being connected with the Rclnheinier mob In that county last spring. Thoy wore each bound over in tho sum of fifteen thousond dollars to appear nt tho January term of that court. TIIK Frazer & McDonald FOItKST CITY, MISSOURI. aMtANHAOTH u general banking business i t.-t.'L". f xc-JmtiKw in tho elder cities of tho United Htntes and Hurope. Allows Interest of deposits when lo t as? ec-llled time, Colleetle s receive careful attention, ' 11. II. FlIAZKIt. PUKSlIIKXr, OUO, WEIIF.lt, CAHIllKlt. Sensibility. TheywcrG sitting sido by side, Tho moments gliding swiftly by, Now and then a word was spoken, Now and then a broken sigh. Jlegsqueozed her hand and softly said,. ' My dearest darling sugar plum Won't you be my hueklcberry, Through all the days that's yet to come? She swooned away and looked forlorn, And gazing in his loving eyes, She says, dear me. you know I love you, Better than I love apple pies. One little favor yet I ask, And you must grant it dearest John, Before i'll be your huxoy-duxey Through all the days that's yet to come. Oh, Mary Ann, what cau it be, What now would you have me do, I'll swim the ocean wide and deep Or whip a thousand men for you. I'll sail into the red man's camp, And clean them all out hook aud line. I'll do my very level best, If you will promise to be mine. Now, dearest John, i would not Have you 'do such things as these, Th thiug I ask is one of pleasure, And can perform it with greatest ease. If you will make me this one promise, To trade at Minton Bro's Store, Why, then, you bet your bottom dollar, Til be yours forever more. Oh, Ma'y Ann..you cruel girl, You should have told me this before Look at. these new clothes 1 have on, They came from Minton Bro's 8tore. And when jin need of anything Whether it be to eat or wear, We will go and see thu boys And doHour little trading there. And now, kind friends where 'ere you arc. We've this to say and nothing 'mure: -When you'ro in need of anything ' ) Please buy at Minton Bro Stoic, You may need but very lew goods We know that you'll be "needing some. They do what's right and treat you lair, Through allHliedays that's yet to come. Mary had a little lamb, it never cussed or swore, So they made its wool up into clothes For Minton Bros hitore. NEW CALICO, at 4 l-2c, still arriving jMinWWKansariTinitiiriimsinniw nim tr n v i i i i ri i " TnTrrrnrrsTrMnyMiiMrtTuiii GOOD JEAIS still going at 10c. "MEW'S ALL WOOL HATS only 25c WOMEN'S HEAVY CALF SHOES, still going at 90c a pair, miii imiiMiitiimmiwiiMiiiiMji jiwiiiiaiii Mm fiiP i in m wMMtwuixnx wnmin ram r-j" f- - SUITS FOR MM only $5,00. . SUITS FOR BOYS only $3,00j Men and Boy's heavy winter Ceps, 35c 8 pounds fair Coffee, only One Doll ar The Finest line of Hoods and fcbias Men and Boy's gloves, 35c up. " M 1 n r , IIH1IBI- Bring on your Eggs and Butter, highest price paid for produce. Great care and attention paid to keoping on hand and fitting up Nobby Wedding Suits. A Dastardly Dood. Ifnnyonewl hes to witness a night that v6nld causo hlni to pray (or justlco to bo dono to tho unknown, but vilo por potrntor.of tho Joed. H liitUnvVislttho, farniof Mr. .Tno. Soyfor, a ttbstantln1 fanner living two miles south of town Mr. Soyfor drovo his hord of hogs to Forest City, Wednesday, on his return ho did not notleo his cattlo particularly, but ou tho morning following ho found that six cattl that huJ been outMdo on the day provlous, wero out along tho backs, on the sides, and ou tho belly. It seems as it thu oattlu got iu somo neighboring field, nnd us they filed out, thoy wore each struck a blow, or elso tho rlllian slipped tip behind them us thoy wero eating and did It. Flro wero ovldetitlyt'tit with a corn knlfo. Ono was struck tin If by an ax. The cut was tho width ami depth of an ax. Thoro is, of course, moro thnu ono bad nisn among us. Hut sttoh a man Is uttorly lost td reason ; ungitldcd. by any sonae ol right whatever, and ted by koujo in fcrnal spirit. Although unknown, yet can surely be pointed out by thu good people ot said community. Madness 'bordcrlus; on Insanity only could drlvo ono to do such an act, nnd tho sooner ho is placed bohttid tho bare, tho bettor It will be for honest, ludutrlotus farm ers. THE SECRET OF' IT Why Jack, you mtiht be getting rich, I don't sco how you dress so flno, Thoio clotln n you wear uro just a fit, Your hat is bettor far than ruino. My wages aro the same at yours, I scarcely ever l6oso a duv And yet 1 can't uford to dress And put on stjlo lu such a way. Vflll'r nlwilVA lll'fl! ninmiiv tlui ,,!,.!., I'hoy'r glad to gut to trtJJc with you, Hut for mo tlio do no cam Thoy put mo down an No. a It takes tho InRt red cent I get To buy my rlothes s.ioh nH limy aro Wliilu you dress bettor far than 1 And have Wmo money left for beor. Vou nsid to bo as oor w I, Hut somohow you'vo bo-.n picking up. And now I wanito Lnnw just why Vou'r bb useil with fo much better luck, Why Tom you surely ruma be greon I thought you 1.HOIV It long botoro, Tho only ccret nf it is ' I buy at Mlutoit Hut's, store. A fhin lino of Dress goods in latest fhados ant! Mjlcs, on'y ice a yard, 5 papers ot Soda for 2t cvnts. 6 Hara Kfrka1 Soap for 20o. WHAT THEY SAY, Miuiy years liavn psr'sid away Ho (.1.1 nicn..lu,ku their it-nils and sav, Miiicti they seen goods Jttrt given awity, I.iKu Minion Hi on. doing to-day. Autumn day will sunn hvpavt, Wintry htornis aro eomu'g fan, So como nl'.rg bot'i rich ami poor Awl buy your goods pi Min'on's store. Other nun may talk nioto loud, Uthi-rs'orcs ttiat Im ruoro proud, Hut call and mic Ua an day And provo the fact of what wa fay. Our lino of pum ean!ol Im beat . Ami then wo n 1 m very cheap, 1 hat old men .-luiku their I cad and say 'J'hoi o un are giving tlieir goods Kay. Ladies Ho'o from 0 pairs for .1 els to 7ocU per pair. Jimon Bro's fitore. Wo liavn a liivgn line of I,;.dlos Cloaks at'd Dolmans; also Men nnd Hov's Overcoat, bought lo mivo Oct. 0lh Prepare for Winter. The swallow Hicka tlio southern cl'noj The Jnybiid peeks the woodw; The wise man goes to Minton' sioro 'J'o buy liis winU'r gooiU. The small hoj' feet turn ted vlth cold. Hut that will all bo over When his father buys his winter boots At Miulou Hro'a, store. He'll drivu tho ciws and feed tho pigs, And quickly do tlo ehoies, And get ab.itit wilh greater tpeed Thau hu over did before. He'll not eiy with aching foot, He'll feel ihn co.d no moro If his father buy his winter j;oods At Minton Hro'e store. Dan. Martin is a-ent for tho Studoha her WHgon and Fish Hros. eolebrteil waeon and will sell them at St. Joph ptico. OotnrAon Sense. Jaeksoii't) Now Theory Liniment, a common sense remedy lor man or beast." It does not burn or bliMor, requires no rubbing, nnd is a positive cure for t c urablo aiiiuouts requiring an extil application. Jackson's HenoTathig pontlura purify tho ulood, deHroyn wotmsnud rogulrtto tho urine, For sale by T. S. llindo, and King A Proudi Druggists, Okcook, Mo. 7 Per Cent thmy TO LOAN l o.- a short or long period on Improv ed Farms. Ilavo tor sale 12,000 acres In a body of choice Ilottom Lsnd, 1 1-B miles south of Mound City; will lease for grazing. Maybe been at Monnd City overy Saturday and at Craig, Monday oaclv week. Address. I. FOSTER MARSHALL, teal Esinto Agont, Orooon, Ho. -borne pooplu aio iu the haVikot nuvuig ineir cioilupg in larger em j ins m an wrong oocauso Rret k son will sell you your Vv4hincr at as rossonablo llgurea. ir''rflnj22 S&r Our ttook of Hootsflld Shoes is vory comploto and at prices within the roach of all. Sold by Kreek A Watson. CASIt nurs ww now tjk AJDS OAHTI.K'B IholargcU lino of Hoots and Shoes, HntCape nnd Gent'tt Furnishing goods. Tho rotiHtnbouts on tho eveo' at Kew Orleans aro on astnko, nnd a, policeman was kilted in a riot a week ago. ' For Salo. A few thorough. bred first-class Poland China pigs. W. A, (Uwwr.it.