Newspaper Page Text
TERMS: $1.50 PLR YEAR IN ADVANCE. IK)YXScV CUltltV, I'ubllshiTN. Friday, March lit, IKS.", TliK Shunt sc innfco woililliifr presents, Imt tlicy never ivo an ortil iiunihor of nrtinlcs, for the reason, they say, tlint nnu can not stnml without it partner, three means enmity, and live slehnoss. On the other Imml, two aigniiio ".itroni; and welcome, " four, Intmli ter," six, "lilii'linp; together hy love," mid eight, "we resemblo each olhur in likes ami dispositions " Recently a man hail :i teg amputated n n Washiimton hospital, mid, upon visiting the capital some mouths titter waul, illfC4Vott.il the member preserved In alcohol. Ho was sin. eked nnd tie ninnilcd it llint he might bury it The demand was refined, but upon lain lug suit In replevin tho C4.se was do tilled in his favor, and he wns given posjossiou ot his own leg. Oni.V one Kcpnblieiili in the senate voted against the bill )iiohiblting the linbuvtation of foreign pauper lubor under contract into this country. There were eight Democrats, however, who did, and it is signitleant Unit all of them Wf 10 from the South. The vpirit that rccugnl.cil in slavery a divine institution woii.il tccut to bu f.ir from extinct In Mint region yet, when ulght of its promln. nl representatives h this day ot enlightenment ynted for '.ho woret kind ot slavery, innl tho en slavement of men of their own ra"e at that. Is Pa?ik(; the bill declnvlng the Pacific Texas land grant forfeited. I ho tenato rather relieved itself ol the odium of being owned body nnd bruechos by tho rallivad monopolists. The bill was passed by practically a unanimous vote, two senators, only, llowor of Colorado, and Hlair of New Hampshire, voting agalit it. Of course, the bill ought to havo passed. The grant was nnulo for a specific phrposc, which has not been accomplished. The land was granted to aid in building tho road, tho tho road has not boon built. It wns a clear case, and the grant having lapsed, it was in nccorilunco with equity that ongross Ihou'd' declare,: It forfeited. Tucro are other grants which have been r.nd are to bo considered, witch involve intricacies that have not obtained in tho caso of tho Texas Pacific. Ilr.roitK Grant was 16 years old ho had engaged in two wars, captured GOO can nnu, moro than 100,000 prWnrorc, t quarter of a million of small arms, re deemed over 60,000 squaic miles of territory from the hostile rule, icopcned the Mississippi River to tho commerce of tho worlJ and freed twenty-fovon cities; lloforo ho was 60 ho had crushed tho rebellion in tho Kast, rc-odabllshuil tho anthoiity of tho Union over a tent tory larger than France, taken 200 battle Hags, scores or cannon, thousands ii on thousands of prisoners and hundreds of thousands of small arms. At the close of tho war ho might have been anything ho pleased, but ho inodctly relumed to tho capital of tllo nation, disbanded his army and laid his sword at the feet of Congress to become a private citizen, The history of tho whole world lur nlshcs but on othor example of such humility and groatncus, and ho. too was au American Gcorgo Washington. Now that Judge Tyler of San Franeisio-, the senior attorney of Miss Hill in her divorce suit against Senator Sharon, has been indicted for forgery, nnd Mr. Barnes, tho senator's lawyer, i- threat ened with an indictment for perjury, tho public mind is running fiom the circumstances of privato iiumnruliiies exposed in that caso to tho knavery ami lack of professional honor in tho legal proicsslon of tho state. Tho wholo history of this case is a grim illustration ot tho wide field open to tho dishonest lawyer, but the outside public was not prepared to hour sweeping, condemna tions of tho wholo California bar, such as aro appearing in several ol tho papers. Savs tho Argonaut: "Tho roll of attorneys of California contains the names of men who havo committed every crimo In thedecalog from treason down. From tho basest morcenary murder down through all tho offenses enumora'ed in tho criminal code, tliero may be found representatives among tho lawyers or California." If tho half of this be truo, how can tho San Francisco bar association bo ex pected to puiPy itself? Tho proposition to disbar several lawyers connected wiut mo iiiii onaron litigation seems to Imvo fallen to tho ground. Tho tip peal to tho Legislaluro for belter laws, governing piactieo in tho criminnl courts is- iv moro radical renioily, but too romoto in its work lugs to suit tho presont temper of tho public. Ail Enterprising IlcllaMo House. Illnde & Phllbtick can always bo ro lied; upon, not only to carry In Hock the best of everything, but to securo the iigea'O' for su jh articles as havo well known merit, nnd nro popular with tho people, tnerctiy sustaining two iciiula lion of being always ontorprising, nntl ever reliable Having secured tho Aeon ey for tho celebrated Dr. Kino's Is'tw Dli-eovory for Consumption, will sell It on positive gnnruiilee. It will suroly euro any and every tittbotion of Throat, Lungs, nnd Chest, nnd lo show our confidence, wo Invite you to call and gut a Trial Ilottlo Ftco, 1 tongaiino nas given mo uottcr smis nfoe t on n ' S olso 1 hZvl ovor used. V. 1$. Shtiuiwiiy, M. D,, Monrocvillc, Ohio, From Jefferson City. Corrcsondcnt of tho Hentinki,. In tho oldon countries, "tho law governs the poor and tho rich govern the law," I'.!-" term l a suitable one to apply to the law making power of the great common wealth nf Missouri. Tho session is we.l nigh over and the sacred lights of tho rich havo been stud iously guarded. Kvery diminution of Ills power is tin infiinjroiitcnt upon his real libeili'H am! It seems that the poor have no rights tlmt the rich aro bound to or can be compelled to teped. This j is truo in private lite and moro to in the fiinctiOus exercised by n legislative as sembly. Not a single law has boon enacted in the 3.1 rd general assembly in aid of the poor; rnther on tho other hand great appioprlaiion have been made or parsed upon by the hmi'o to throw moneys Into the hand, of tho wealthy, lnthoswnmpy and overflowed counties In tho south part of tho State n bill passed relin quishing the taxes for the year 1885, but no general law of relief has been pas'ed. Several attempts have been mndo to reduce fioight rates on i all roads but all have failed. Many bills are introduced for effect by Senators and Ueprrsentatlvcs, tho bills are Inten tionally mado strong and sweeping lor two reasons. One, is to show to their constituency and the othor is to havo tho bill kilcd. No ono knows how to do this better than a triekcy lawyer with varied piocllvlt'es. Two classes of men gennrnlly make up tho legislature. One class knows too much, tho other too little, so tho latter has not tho ambition to be independent and the lormer not enough ot honest ssill to be uoful. Tho bill lo give $12,000 to establish an industrial training school tor the colored children of the State to bo run in coHHcetion with the Lincoln Institute wan killed by a close vote. Tins bill created, tho must exciting tcti'utloii during the session. Tho special lax was taken off of dogs, but not a special cent given to tho pour negro, m order that he may learn n trade and become a useful eitlzou. Several bills have been intiodueed to revise tho school text book law and to relieve tho peoplo of tho oppressive burden of high priced books, but lis too late now for any of them to bo per fected nnd become n law. flails bill tor tho State to let tho contract of furnish- books free- for the fust six months nnd at half the pro-cnt price for tho n-xt ten years, to some one of tho publishing companies now furnishing books in the State, is tho most popular and frugal bill presented, but tho least praclicadlc An incessant war has been made upon iho book men and book houses and Irotn present appearances the whole matter will bo left as It is with tho ex ception ot the school book adoption law being ropcalid. "Uctreneliiiient and reform Is the watch woid" of tho Democracy, Door keeper Thomas was whitewashed re pilmandod for soliciting and taking tributo from appointiyo offices under him to the amount of $13.00 as shown in tho Investigation, by a voto of 81 aklng lilm to resign, to -11 reprimand ing and permitting him to remain. It It is estimated licic that this will cost 1 lie Democratic party 20 representatives at tho next election. A break for re trenchment wus made a lew days ago not allowing Iho "school manns" of tho State but ono holiday Thanksgiving." 'I he 10,000 appropriation for tho State Hoard of Health recommended by tho committee was cut out of tho appropria tion bill. Tho session will close on tho 18lh of March and not oho lourth of tho IniHinofs will bo done that was attemp ted ns needed. Thou tho assembly will go to New Orleans. AVlmt You Want to Know. Everybody wants an honeU answer to this elmplo question :-What is tho host medii'ino to regulate the bowels, clue coitiveness and biliousness, help tho digestion and give strength to the wholo system? People ask us this every day. Wo answer, ParUer's Tonic. It is pleasant to tho ta.to. All tho children like it. Mothers all praiso it It will save a thousand timos its cost in overv family. Editor Western Argus. Tiik Dorcas Magazine, n poiiodical dovoted to tho interests of Women and tho I'lome, has completed its first year's work. Its pages aio tilled with plain directions for making an Inflnito variety of useful ami decorative at tides, and its aim is evidently not only to help women to employ tholr timo in a useful and pleasing manner, but alto compels to labor. There aro thousands of woman throughout tho laud supporting them selves by tho aid ol iho Croehot-Ilook nnd Knittingneedlo, to whom tho Dorcas is invaluable. Tho Patterns given aro selected witlt cavo and tnstc, and tho working directions, which, by tho way, are Punted Without Abbrovl mistakes. Knitting, Netting, Crochet work, all kinds of Embioidciy, nnd Artistic Necdlo-work aro treated in its columns Innumerable hints nnd sug gestions, with regard to porsonnl nnd homo decoration aro given, which may bo enlarged lndollnltely. Tho Don as has found ml unoccupied Held and is lllling it in so satisfactory n manner, that it is Inst becoming n recognized authority on all mattors peivninlug to Wotnonly Handicraft. Dining its first year it gavo double tho value promised. March numbor contains moro technical mattor than can bo purchasod sep arately for Ton Times its cost to sub scribers, which is $1,00 per year. Snmplo copies sent lo any ono In tho - Unitca StalP8 m. Gamihx 0n receipt ol lOeotAM. Address, Dorcas, 872 Ilroatl way. Now York City. For Salo by all ' Kotvsdoalcrs. NEVER BEFORE In the history of Holt county nor of Mound City, have DHY GOODS, BOOTS and SIIOKS, been as CHEAP as this Fall, nnd never be fore in tho History of Holt county has there been a linn who arc moro desirous of giving full valno for. money received, than is C0RSAU1 & 1EYER Wo extend our hand and say to our many friends, call nnd look through our Mammoth stork of Cashmeres, Plain Velvets, Kuibns.sed Velvets, Momies, Ottomans, Plain and Fan cy Flannels, ijew Markets Surtouis, Russian Circulars Children's Coats and Now Markets. Ladles: Beforo you purchase tt?a economy and buy nothing but tho 1:NKXCI:LL1:D. Bryan Brown Shoe for Ladle' Misses' nnd Chil dren. Getit: Don't forget when you want a suit of CLOTHES a good OVERCOAT or BOOT, Hosiery, Susi cnilets, to give u a call. Gloves in Great Vnncty. CORSAUT & MEYER, OPERA. HOUSE STORE, MOUND CITY, 110. Slaughter Sale Wo will sell you Harness, Saddles, Collars, Whips and everything, in our line CHEAPER than yon have ever bought them boloro. Wo wi I closo out our -toek of lloro Blankets. Lap ltobes,Sldc Saddles at Wo can gtvo you a bargain In a Mitchell Lewis Spring or ltoad Cart and a Timpkln Spring Buggy. We want your trade. nudlLLow Prices, Good Goods and square dealing wilt induce you, wo as' u to giyc us a call, learn oi.r .Jiiees and wo will save vou MONEY. ANDERSON & BOYD, OREGON, MO. JENNIE B lii No. 067. N II, D.; 2010 II. II. D. 600 l'-3. of Butter in 250 Days J 130 1-2 lbs. of Milk in One Day, Superior Holsteiu Cattle, My herd cnnslts ot Superior Stock of tlio Must l'opular I'limlHc In'Amcrlca.'mid Is th tarfif!. la the Htnte ol Missouri, I Imvo allinltrit mmoVrof Fancy rotund-China Slnc for sale single or in pairs. Wrllc for vatalocne, or conic ffoM, 3Iimlgnmeru. Altiirt llmchtr. MONTGOMERY & ROECKEIi, Private Bankers, OREGON, - - - - MISSOURI. Collections inado nuil remitted for promptly. Iutvrcit paid on lime depottw. Korclgn exchange bought nnd sold. We lssno drafts on nil Iho principal cities nf nermutiv, Kntsland and Ireland. Have made special arrnuueiiients to collect money due from dates In foreign countries. Taxes paid fornoa-rcsldents. The accounts of business men and Indlvldnals In Holt county rcHpcvtfnUy solicited. ci..vr.Ki: inviNi:. louih e. ihvink. IRVINE & IRVINE, Attorncyc and Counsellors at Law, Pen sion and Collection Agents, OREGON, - - MISSOURI. Prompt attention Riven to alt business cu trusted toour care. Oftlce over Krcek (t V.t- son's store. , ii. I'Anmsir, v 412 I'rancU Street, 81. Joseph, MUsnurl. llOI-'I'.MANN, Oregon , MlK ourl Parrish & Hoffmann ATTORMYS AT LAW. Will nractlco In nil the Courts of Missouri and adjnluliiir states. Any business of Mr. l'arrlih's euirusleil to Air, lioumann will no ulleiuieu to a. desired. Ofllco up stairs over N. J, Kycer's rtamplo Uoom. J. H. LUCAS, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SDRGEOH, FOREST CITY, MO. All calls, by night or day. promptly attended io. uiucu ui iiiicHiiarui & m i mug more. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. "Joe's Place, I Best Brands of Foreign ami Domestic LiquorH. Fino Cigars. Gold Luncli at all Hours. JOSEPH OPPEHHEIMER, Prej. 110 Second Street, ST. JOSEPH, MO. JOHNSON'S Commercial Coiiege 121 N. 3d St , ST. I,OL'IS, MO. OPEN ALlTTjFE YEAR ! All thn llranches of an KuullsU Mathematical and Commercial Course Tiumht. t3f fincclnl Teacher's rmirso for those who desire tn Iam and Teach Dullness and Orna mental Penmanship, etc, Itetcrs to Thousands of l-Vmcr Htuclenti who have complcleil under nur Instruction, tsy-A Full Corps of Kxperlenccd J'rofesnors, Wrlo for Circulars, Specimens of reunion ship mid ("ataloKiie of NlinUuts and Itefercn ce, AddrcM i Prof. J. W. Johnson, ST. 1.0 t'W, MO. niRSIDKNT. of Harness. w. t. mmm. l'llOI'ItlETOK OK Rivcriale Holsteiu Cattle Farm Burlington Junction, Mo. BREEDER AND SHIPPER OF nud sec nur M-nl. lm. A. v. It,)rcn, .Ixo. Ai.nrs. .In, I'ri'kldciit. Oen Mni'ir, Contains Wild Cherry. French Tar, Sn.ulll Illooilrool, (llycerlnr, Clilorato of I'otassa iiimey. ne.- one oi me oest rxpictoranM evci onun-u io puijiu M nr. A. v, uancn lixpec torant Cuuiih Syrup. A cinluk mid positive cure (or Ml illnwi'SoUhii bronchial lubes and all coll., of the luniji, couulis. coliN, re throat aimMMiimaueaiircmuH. .Mucnutot ten so called canes uf conxonpllim urn simply bad conn um cnuRinncyiceieii.nnauy a.Miimlnp y clironlo furiii. I.ari!' bottles only 75 cent. I he remarkable, effect of this Hyrup upon tln.se nflllclet with dlsraso of the II. mat uud lmu; can ou si-en ny laKinij tile coiiiems or a uc Pot il. which will relievo ami du uoml. it will winnr you iiiat a tucaiar 75u bottle will no. 1'or ."ale by alt driiffultts, wholesale and tail. fiy.Send stampfor testimonials and describe ourcaHi! in in i. All clnoiilo diseases nro treated sclcntlflcally "nil iii uuchB aim uiuM iiupruvcu rcuieuiCH, nuormaiKm iree, Aiblress. DU. A. V. HANKS' MKniCINI! CO.. aio to 3ii iiu str.et, Kr. Joskhi, Wo. u. n, ,. J AS. l'AYN Is now brim; piiunniru our family Weekly Taper. Also eacli week wo civii a sermon by REV, T. DE m TALMAGE, feature . i . UIUIIO worth the pi Ice we charge for tho whole year. In addition to thn continued stories, wecklr scrnnn'H by llrooklyn.s most noted Divine and kciiit.1i incrtir.r niisceiiiuiy, every issue con talus the following i Illustrated sketches of prominent men, letters from all pait.s of tho world, news of the week, happenings of Interest In Missouri and Hurras, full und reliable Mar ket ltepnrls, political goings on. Washington .lun.ninii special neoariineiiis varciuiiy milieu for runners, Utile Folks, the fatally Circle, and business men generullv. Ushers have conducted II Tin, iiniiitt mill llshen have conducted TIIK TIMEH for 15 years ami nave icarneii ny experience unit gen uine merit wins moru friends than Miiyihlng else. The public, enn therefore rely on us to mid every Improvement desirable, und lo spare ' vieiio in KcepniK our paper in mo licau, We ara enconragml by our largely increased lltof subscilbers, now niuiibering over 03,oou loenutlnun tho hEDUCED FRIGE OF $lj..r therefore recclvo siibscrlpllous at this low price Kvery Domocr.it, every WeMcrn Man, every l ariner, every llousekeeper. ar.d every inti lll gent fu-WKpapcr Header In this serlinn will lllid soinelhlng every week In TIIK TIM KS worm our price oi i.uo a year, ripecimen cop. Ics l'ree. iteitilt by postut note, nionev order orreglstvred letter to TIIKTlMKS. Kamsah (Jitv Mo. Tho Sentinel and Times Sent to any addres on receipt of $3,30, EMNBQQD How Lost, How Restored I Jlisl nubllHlicd. n now edltlnn nf Ilr. enlvnr. well'it Cclubrnted lCssny on the radical cure of KpcrmatnrrlioeaorVeiiiiiial Weakness, Invnlun fury heinliiul Ixisses, Impnteney, Slental awl mjp.v.m ...j ,...vn j. im.j'i-iiiiiii'uis in oiarn; etc. i also, Cniisuutpllon, Kpllrpsy and Flta, l.hvulo.ll I iin.inlli' inipeninients to Marriage, iluced by self-Indulgence, or sexual cxtrava gnncif.efn. Tho cttlrbratctl nutlinr. In this ndmlmblo es say, clearly demonstrates from thirty years' suecBMsliil practice, that the alarmliiKcoiiso imeiircR .of kult-nbuse may bo radically cured s noliiluiK nut a mode of euro at once simple, ctr Inlii, and uiTectiml. by means of wiileb even- in sulTerer, un matter what lilseondltion may b, eilifv iiiinnvii viiyoi'ii privnieiy aim ram r.ftThls lecture should be In thn hands of ev erv Vlilltli mill Vi.rv mini In III,, Inn, I ftcnl under seal. In n nliiln onvelniin in nnv address, pest-puld, on receipt of four cents nr mu pusuiKi' majups, Ainiress THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., U Ann Ht,, NcwYork, N, , I'nst onico -nox ii mu Uciul six cents for postate, nd receive free, iicostlv box of Roods which will liflpvon more money right nwa ttiaa iiuvthinir elso In tills world. All, of either sex, succeed from first lmlir. Th broad read to fortnni opens beforu the workers, ahsolulcly sure, At once addrens, Titer. & Co., Augusta, Maine. r GENERA!, GRANT'S ILLNESS. It IIiih Assumed n Serious IMiuse, and AVornt 1h Speedily Au tfvljmtcd. The IptettXaf): Tho nnnouiicemontnf General Grant's alarming nnd probnhly fatal illness to day caused great surprise Among his numerous friends nnxiotn Inquiries we ro mado as to his coutlltion, coupled with expressions of hopo that the re ports had been cxMcruteil, and that tho General would soon 'jo restored to hcnlth. It is now belloved that tho mal ady from which General Grant Is suffer ing cannot but lun;o n fatal turmlnnlion, and also that his dissolution may tako placo within a very short llino n few months being niaxirauin period of his life, with tho chances that a shnrtor timo will ond his earthly career. Al tho puMcluns in attendance upon him concur In this view ol tho caso, and tho General's Immudhlto family havo aban doned all hope of his recovery. His wll'o and all his children, with the ex ception of Mrs. Sailorics, who has been cablet for from England, arc rons'anl ly In attendance on the General and i heir deep sorrow is Intensified by a re alization of the painful fact thnt his suf ferings aic ol tho most intense character. Ho can only havo temporary relief while sleepinsr, und even this during the part few niyhts beeamo Imposiblity, ns nsomnla has been added to his othor complications, so that he is practically an almost CONTINUAL SUFFKItKlt. Death from car.cwr may not occur Im mediately, but it is snro to coma in' n very short time, and at a moment whon least expected. General Grant presents a pltiab'o ap pearance at present Ills faco and head aro bandaged, his eyes are sunken, and his faco bears n sallow hue, while his hair and beard have whitened creatly. rhls is tho worst form of his disease Hid huH tiroustit about loss of uppeilto His doctors assert tlmt he is subsisting largely upon his vital tissues, and ho is owing perceptibly weaker dnv by day. I'ho trouble is an ulceration of (be soft tissues of tlio roof of tho mouth, with hardness and soreness nl tho baso of tlio tongue. It is with great dinicttlty that the General opens Ills mouth to admit lood. Ho suffers the most cxcittelatitm torture from neuralgia also, but scarcely a murmur oscapes him. Tho General knows ho must tlio, and jet ho does not want to beliovo It. There weto many callers at his hottsg to day but thoy were not ndmltied to thu General's piesotiee, and f.tter win in expressions of sympathy with tho incm burs of his family thoy with lrcw I'lirrughout Ills Illness Goueral Grant his labored faithfully at his literary tasks. His history of tho rebelllun is now practically conlpleeted, and the magazine articles for the Century aro also finished. coi,osi:t. n iiant iNTEHvir.wr.n. Colonel Frederick Grant said this afternoon: ".My father is a very sick man. Tliero Is no u-o in ! nger deny ing tho fact. Wo have made every ef fort to keep tho truo facts from Hie public, becauso wo know that, as soon ns it shou'd become known that ho was darigcroin-ly 111, thoro wou d bo hun dreds of letters enntinu in with every mall, and this would only cxcilu him and mako Ins euro less hopelul. My lather had little rest for tho p ist fow nights. Ho was up and about iho room for a little while yo'lcrday,aud we havo to get him up again to-day, but ho Is suffering constant pain in tho enr and head. For any facts concerning tho naturo of his disease I refer you to his pVyslcians Tho doctors who arc in tending him nro Dr. Fordyce Harkor, Dr. J. U. Douglas.antl Dr. II. B, Sands," ot this city, and Dr. I. M. Merkor, of Philadelphia. UK DOUOLAS' OPINION. Dr. Douglas sat J: am in no Uo responsible for tho rose-colored roport that appeared in the .Medical Journal last week. Two days before the report was published I had a conversation with Dr. Sands at General Grant's house. s n result of tho consultation, we both decided that Iho cancerous rrrowth at the root of the tonguo wns hnruouing and Btoadly growing worso. Microsco plcal examination by nn export proved beyond doubt thu caso was ono of mnll nant epitho.ial growth. General Grant Is n very sick man. I think thoro Is little or no hope that ho will recover. Ho Is breaking down, but has displayed much counge. For less than a month he has done as much ns six or eiJit hours work n day. but ho has had httlo aleon for Iho past eight days. Wo "ayo tried to keep tho knowledgo ot bis truo con dition from tho General bccauso& had so mnny othor troubles to boar, rhavu all along maintained that his trouble Is from cancerous crowth at tho root of Iho tonguo, caused undoubtedly by ox ess In smoking. Every timo ho spooks or breathes or oats this Is dlsturbod. It Is difficult to treat It for Hint reason There havo been times when tio growth hna been temporally chooked, but it novor hnsbcon at rested, and is ftcndily increasing, Thero has been consider nblo loss ot (Isfuc t,i thn soft palate, IIo lakes nourishment ovory day In liquid form IIo cannot oat solid food bcnuo bo lias lost al. his tooth. Thoy woro extracted in tlio hnpo of easing tho pain in his faco. This pain,' although It resemblos nonralf-la, Is not that puro and simple, but Is a reflection of tho pnin caused by tho rancer i tho throat, lip has been suffering from n severe pain i.n tho right enr and on Iho top of the liend. To cjifo tills his head Is kept wrapped In hot flannels. I cannot any how nnar tho ond Is. IIj may Jlvo for a month ydt, ns mon suffering from this dlsenso havo done, but I do not think thoro is any hppo hn will over recover." Population nnd Vote. Tho l'hlhtdelphm I'rcss has prepared it tablo showing Iho per cent, of rote to population In tho several states, nnd vote for representative?, north ami south. Fiom this table It nppCnrs .tbnt In tho north tho nveingo volofor K rep resentative Is 31,607, while irt thu south it Is only 21,747. Thus It lakes. 1,0,000 moro votes In tho north" 1o' count Ks much nnd exercise us much lutlucnco ns in the south. In Pennsylvania n representative stands for 82,080 votes, while m South Carolina ho stands for 1D,..JD9 less than half as many. That Is, ono voto In South Carolina counts tnoio than two votes In I'ennsylvaniii. In New York the nvorago vote for i nch district ls31, .128, while in Mississippi it Is l7,ltG- t till 1 ss than onu hull. In Ohio 119.2.1(1 votes elect n representative, while In Georgia thoro Is ono every 14, '24b votes but little moro than ouothlid. llllno s with nn avcrngo voto of 113,191 for each district against Alabama with 19,194, and Indiana with 33,093 nguliiM Louis Mtin with 10,724, presents tho same sharp nntl striking contrast. In short, thionch all the central states of tho noi th tho voto for a representative is about tit icq as great as in the central states.of Iho south, so that a voter here counts half us much and uxciclses half as much political power us a voter theio. The noithern states with a population of 30,732,947 cast 7,0.19.698 voles, and the southern states with it popu'alion uf 18,199,409 cast only 2,9Dl,fi3l votes. Ono may leol that he's getting old, but ho tiaturn ly dislikes that unytliloc about his nppearanco should udviu others ol tho fact. Vet uolhiuji does tins so effectually as thin and falling natr. iM) woman wants to n arij a man, and business firms hc-itaio to employ a man, who shows this fatal eigH. Parker's Hair Balsam Is worth to you, in this regard, moro than its weight in diamonds. U u It, nnd have pleutiltil and glossy hair. Mirny havo had ovory trace of jrrnvness removed and bald (puts covered by using a single ooiuo. i'.vhiis urn, looneoo ami ware hou-o Co. struck the key-note ofsnceess when thoy adopted the pain of selling To-. tiacco exclusively. Their warehouso Is immense. See cut in . another column. THAT HACKING COIJtlll can be sn iinlnklv cured by Million's Cure. Wo guarantee It. WII.I, YOtr HUl-'FEIt with Dvspepda and Liver Complaint? Hhlloh's VltalUcr Is guaran teed to cure )uu. HLKKl'LEHS fllOHTS. made mlseraldc n fiat IcirlblQ coiuh, Shlloh's Cure is thu .cuicd; ior you, - . CATAltltl! CtJltEO, health and sweet bnath fecund b .Shlloh's Cafirrh Iteinedy. 1'rlee flo cuts. Nasal Injector free. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. THE STATE OK MISSOUllI. I Comity ot Holt, In the Circuit Court of said Countv, April Term. Its'.. Elizabeth Asliworlli uud John Asliworth, rialn tllts, vs. James Ashworth. (leorge Asliworth.; (leorge Nlckols, uud Mary Nlclioln, lih uife, Deleii duiits. At lids ilay.Juiiuar.v2Uh, come th; pl:ilntlir herein by their attorney. K. Vaulhiklrl;. before tlio undesigned clerk of tho iJort-suid circuit court tu vacation and llles thrieln tlielr pell tlon, stating among other things Unit the nbove named tvefcinhmt, (lenrge Asliworth, Is not a lesldent of tho state ot .Mlwiurl. und eaiinot Im served with ordinary process of law : Wherenp nn It Is ordered by the said elerl; lnvacalli.il, that said defendant, (ieorgi! A.shworlh. be no tilled by publication Unit plalntltls have coin, meneeu a suit against lilm in the clicult eonrt of Holt eoimly. .Missouri, tho obl.-et ii'ul gener al nature of which Is Hint plabilllTs seek to have pailltloned anion;: the plalutllT.i and delen ilaiits to this suit as widow jh lielrs ol thn'hite William Ashwoilh, deceased, the following de scribed real estate; .situate, lying i.int betas III Holt coiiulv, Missouri, lo-wll The southeast quarter of section fimrt l), the southeast roui th of the southe-ist onarter of sec tion three (,) and the east half of the tomheast iiuaiter of section ten (to,) all In timnsbW mtv iilup fSDl of range thirty-seven s uud thai If said lauds cannot be parllll 1 In kind, the same bo sold and the proceeds distributed ae.-ordlng Ulnw; and that uiilesi the said defemla il, (leorgo Ashworlh, be nml appear ?.( this court at tho next term thereof, tu tin begun and hold en at Ihe Com t House. In tbcCII) or Oregon. In said county, on the '.'7th dav of April ISS3, and on or before Hie sixth day of snld ieini, miniver or plead to the petition in said e.une, thu name will be taken as cunfesml, and Judgment will ho rendered ncennllui'.ly . Anil It is f i rther or dered.thata copy hereof lie published accord lug to law hi the IIoi.t C'oc.ntv Sf.nti wki. for four weeks successively, this last In-jerlinu tn bo at least four necks before the flrat day.of said s-crin. A truo (ipv. Attest i E.v.,..,,,tiri(,A.t.v,f,jA.rV:KI,!,5'c,p'k- ORDER OF PUOLIDATION. STATE OF MlfWOUItl, I Cmilily nf Holt, " In the Circuit Court of said County, April Term, ISS.1. ' II. H.Hmllh. flulntllf, vs. Ellas ltecse, Defendant, At Ihls day, January 2(itli, ism, comiKthc plalulttt herein by his attorney berore tho un dcrslgned clerk ut thn Circuit Court of Unit county la vacation and files his pe lilon nnil.sit fl'luvlt, slating, among other things that the above named defendant, Ellas lteesu, U a non resident of Ibis statu and etinnot liesurved with ll'e ordinary process of law t Whereupon It Is ordered by tho clerk aforesaid In vacation, that said defendant Ifil notlSeil by publication Unit plalntllt has commenced a suit against hlni In the Circuit Court nf Holt countv. In thu .suto of Missouri, by petition and attachment, found ed on a nolo given by defendant to plulnllir on ' the 1st day ol Slay, im, for the sum t live hundred dollars, that his property Is about to bo attached t and that unless the said defen dant, Ellas IteesD.huaniliipprariitthlscourt nt thn next term thereof, to (jo begun and hold en iit.thot'ciirt House hi tho city of Oregon, In said county, nn the Willday of April. IS.-6, und' on or'btifore tho sixth dav I snld term, answer nr nlead to tho petition In said cause', I he same will bn taken us confessed, nnd Judgment will be.rendered against lilm, and his proportv sold tonatlsfy the amu. And It Is t i.rther nrdcred.. thiit..a citiry hereof be publlsiied accordlnxtn law In the Hoi.t Countv Hkktinki, for ftur weeks snccesslvely, thu last Insertion to be a least four weeks before thu first day uf next term nf said court. A truo copy. Attest i John VT Stokes, A.fniKC,Crk- )amlanaiJjyafe era Tit JJsst .Piutr.'tl IUUIDDRJIUT rvtr Pnduetd, Frmsnintla nt$larit Ihpit iinktntj laptrli Yiuthful Uijar, Esstsros Uihl li!. cai Invigorates tit JJr3fa Nerves. J fctttirt euro fir lafsttncg HerjQun BeMUv, pusupt, sure cm suturr fl.OO pir tex, SUc Ut JJ.Off. iiUi u taaidilren es rtetlst rJPrlct. Vted tor ekcuhr. Silt P.stzl Isr lleltsil stun. F. B, CIWUC'l, IBS Cmnil BU, UiwVatk, For Sale. 57 iicrosla Iiwis township, five miles southeast ot Oregon i tso acres la cidilvtitloa-good houso, well, Rralnery.ete, Als bo acres south of Ore (ton 3 miles, Umlcr cultivation ami fence igiHid buildings, WHter, etc. Terms easy-, Apply nt W sXil j-ur miiir uncK, nine ur Sliest lite OI1I1UII B I o roiin riiiii-r, Vrlee sn cents. T, I ,1 .ill- u ,.- . . . . IK 1 1 . I . . ... HHll.OV'tt ('OnilH nnd (Vin.imr.ltnn Cure U spit by us nn n KiuuanUc. It cures consump' bum. HIIII)It'.1 V ITAt.t7.int la tvbnt vi.ii nomt r.ir Constipation, Ijmc! Appellte, Dirtiness uud nil symiitomi of Ujspesla. ITIcei 10 uud Tiv cenl per bottle (UKl til'. Wllrmi'tVIl fn.mh mil llnmntilllx. ImmiMllniely rvllcveil by aiilloh's Cure. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. THE BTATK OP M18SOU111.I,; vouniy ui lieu, In the Circuit Court uf said County, April Term, UN) The State of Missouri nt thn relation unit lo the njc (i i-. r, weiiy.uiueeiornr the lieventio nf Holt Comity, in tho Htntv uf Missouri, l'lalatins, vc Thomas Heclulst anil Kannlo Dlctniore, Pcfcn- UU11IS. At this dav, March 2nd . ts!i. comas the plain tin herein by his attorney, W. It llorfmatiii, Im fora, the uiiderslsiird clerk nf said court In va cation, and niei herein his petition and nfilda tit, stntlue among oilier thliiRs that tho nbovn lKim-d ilefemliuits are not rrMeliU of thH suite and caniir lie served Willi Hie unlliinry (imrciM ul law s Whereupon It Ii iiKb red bv Iho clerk that said defendants i) notified bv publi cation that puttntKT has roinniencrd' a suit iiKiilnst hem In this court, the. object und ten er.il nature of which Is that pliilntlil seeks Ii, re cover a JudKiuciit for rcrtaln back-taxes iillcged tu In; due and unpaid In the sum nf sa. lofor iluf year Iks.1 and tho Interest thereon irn the follow lug described rea'-estale, situate, h lug and be ing In Uolt Con ty. Missouri, to- wit i 11ioca.it Inilr uf tbesoiitlnvi'M quarter uf section tiveutv seven V2'), towinhlp Mxty-tuo (K!) of nifku t'.lriy-iilne OTJ; that said Judgment bederlarrd 11 first lien on said leal-esiate ; mid that said land, or ns much Ihrn-ntiis may tie necessary, besoldt'i satisfy and discharge said Judgment and lieu: and that miles ttie said Thomas Se elirlt nnd l-'nliny Dlrlmorr, he and appear at lids court at thn next term thereof, to be begun and liolileu at Ike Court Mouse, In the rltv ot Oregon, In sjld county, on trio -rtli ilav uf April next, unit on or beforo thu sixth day ef.s.il.l term, answer nr. lileail to the petition In mild online, thn si.niowltf be taken as ciiafessea, and luihtmcnt rendered accordingly. And It U further ordered, tliiitn copy hereof In piildltheil according to law In the llot.T Countv Hk.nti .vr.t, for four weeks siircerslvclv, thu lat Inser tion tn lie at leat four weeks before the first il.ivntald term. A, rue copy. Attest t 1) 8.A1.KIRE. . . llolfnianti. Att'y for ri'tl, Clerk. oFoilT'oTpuliLTcATronh THE .STATE OK MtKKOWtt, 1 ,u County of Unit, f"- tn the Circuit Court of said County, April . . Term, )to John F. Davis, Vlalntlir, VH. O. C. JteKec and Ixnil.si .MeKee, his wife, .liiba A. Iletiiiett ami (leorge lleniielt.lii' liiiil.aliil. und (1. .M. Hodge, Ouardlali of the neinon und esta.u of .liilla A. Ileniiett uud (leorge Ken-. rmtt, Chir.i K. llentieit.Olti IW-naett, !uy ( Ileniiett mid Hddy Dennett. Iiflrs tit l.iw uf .liilla A. Iteniielt, deceased, Uefctidatlts. At mis tiny, January lllli. IstfA. voiuen tho plaint itTherefii by lilt attorney. I.. It. KiinwIi", unit it appearing to the sallarnetlHii of ihls court that thu ilifetuhints, Clara E. Ileniiett und (leu-go ileniiett, heirs as vforesald of Julia A, Dennett, are not residents of th s State mi l can not bn summoned In this neilon Whcreu It Is ordered by tho eonrt that said Hlefeiidnnts, Clara E. Ileniiett and tleiugn lleniiell, lie noil lied by pnbllcatloii that plaliitllf has comineu vil a suit against them lu this court, the object and general imtiite ur which Is that plulnlUT. seeks tu obtain a juilgni nt on i. certain prom issory note given by said O. C. MeKee lo plain tiff un the lllh day of Hi ptcmbrr, 5, forOnn Hundred Dollars (SUiO.O-). bearing Interest ul the ratu of ten per cent, per nnniiur. Interest If not paid annually he added tn the principal anil deed of tr-st In Hie natuie of a inorlitnge; tfuit i ar inn same rate ot intercsr. h-chici nyn uie pui.eri,v ui-si-rii'i-ii in aiu neeii in irusi is lot 2J lii blin k 17, when It shou'd have been mid was Intended tn he lot 17 u block iki In thn Mound City Extension Coinpanyv Addition In .Mound City, Holt county, Missouri, In said conn ty iiiiM state : that s ild deed he icforineil ho ps to correctly describe said bind intended to Im conveyed ; ilmt the equity of redemption uf tho said defendants in ami to said laud he fore closed, nnd that Ihesame'orsii much thereof as nviy tie necessary tnieitlsry said Judgment, In terest mid costs be fold In the same manner In all respects us In eases nf in irtgagns to pay oft aui' dl.sehai ge ihe same mid for all oilier proper lelief; uud ihat unless the, said Clara 1'. Iten iielt mid (leorge Ileniiett be mid appear at this court at thu next term thereof, to be begun and hnldrii nt tlio Ciiuit lloijse. In the city of Ore gon, in said county, nu the 27lh dav of April next, mid nil or before the sixth dav of witil term, answer ur plead tn the petition lu sal.P cause, the same will be taken in eoiife-s'.'d. and ludgnii'iit rendered aieorilluelv. And It. Is further nrdeieil, that a copy hereof he published aceord'ng t law lu the Holt Countv Hknti NUU for four weeks Micci-slvelv, 'he last Inser tion to be Ht Icnst four Wcck In'forn the first day of ssld term. 1). S. At.Kl HE, Cli rk. A 1 1 lit copv. Alt"st : .. E. E. Kii hiIcs. Att'y fur I'l'ft. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. THE .STATE OK MISSOUItf. I County nf Holt, Is III the Circuit Court of said County, April Term, ISM.. Charles Anfmoitt, Ailinliilstratnr of the Ks. tale uf Joseph Ansclm ut, deceased, I'lalnlirt. vs. John A. May; Defcndnnt. At this day, rebriiary -,7lli. ISSS. romes thn plalntlll In'rcln, by bis aitmnuy. Wilt. Iloff miiiin. Iiefore thn inidci-sliiied clerk ol tv.u Cir cuit Court uf Holt county In vacation and flies his petition mid iiflldavlt, Ntn'Hig mining other lliinus l bat the above named defendant John A. May, I a non-reldeiit nf this State and can not be served with the ordinary wrll of sum mons; Whrreipiui It Is otriered by the clerk: that laid defendant lie untitled by publication tlmt plnmtllf has conuneiiceil u suit ug.ilust him lu this court. Vy petition mid iitlaehment.fiiiiud ed mi tin account for Ihe spin of Tho Hundred and Kllty-thiee Dollars, that his property Is about to be attached ; und thnt unless the s.ild John A. Ma be tiud appear nt this court at thn next term i hereof, tn lie begun and hidden at tho Court House. In the elly (if OriTou, In said county, on the '7lh day uf April, next, and on ov before Iho Mxth day nf said term, answer ur plead to the petition In said cause, tlnf itmo will Im taken ns coiifesied, unit Jiidumciit will be rendered nccoiillngl v. And It Is further nr dcred, that a copv hereof be published accord ing to law In tin; Holt Countv Skntinki. for four wceas successively, the last Insertion tn b (it least four weeks buforc the first ilnvbr said term. I,.S. AI.IvlRE.CIcrk. A true cop. Attest ; W. It. niilfinann, Att'y for ITir. ' H. T. ALK6RE, Attorney at Law Pule Administrator of Holt Comity, Mo, ORKCSON, MO. Will practice In all courtH In Northwest Mn i Kansas ami Nebraska Prompt al lent Ion glvm to all business plated Iv bis Iinuils. ColteltloUs promptly iiltunilcd to. IMI'OUTANT When yon visit ur leave New York City, sain ltdggage Evpressagu ahd Carriage Hire nml stop at Hid (Iraa Union lintel, opposite (Irauit Central Depot Elegant looms lilted up at a cost of one million duller), reduced IliKI oonuil upwaidi ier day. European pl.-.n. Elevnlor. Kestanrant supplied with the best.. Horse cars, stancs mid clevulcd nillroad tn all demits. 1'iitnllles can live better for less money at Ihe (Irand Union Hotel than ut any other tlrst-elass hotel ut tho city. 'Tim flrlut ' ntih- ijects for fever and .t. e, 1 1 ii ii unl it Mr. t:re the de .IllitrlKl.blltl UN i i ii i cm i s. j ii llll 1 1)111 S, Ill'H- It 111 I V flinitnli tltrlsn(T(it'M l!( t, illlll pi-trtllon by .rinercasiiifj vital Lsinniiannuai.ue r.'- tuuuni i invvr ti i I be (orHjli.lltin, Mid I 1 1 KKIn-lr-Kgtlli.rillo'.rf Ihe I'm r, Hi ii Mb i tid lvt(!. !iiiiir, It iriidn tfr n nl;,. lie) ((iiiplalnis of 111, nl.ul III.., A .1 nu rj 'a' trM """ sij'ons iiiunu nun - im uiiu (mii.eii ninong lonal remedies, l'orsalubyullDriiL-dsU alers generally. mid Do jest WHAT too ,.., want. Aiiyli, yise.cnt- Blui oil li.oi. l lieucst for I' arm uud Home iiso Kit her size, 8I..10, to o o, sunt ritmniiT i:ut- (ill re in. I ,i.i I I Ill 1 II I) . prlao. II -your ....... i.M(W mmm t nub ri-u inrin, .uiuii -WPflRliii. H 11 U WW. Iff d A scleutino remihilnr of the Wimffi.1 iir a . I .llmies KHinntn IMIU. A mim-iit,. ti i. t .. ' ur painful moatlily sickness. Cures coustiua. on, iienralLMa nnd bloating of the" stmimdi. Olienfthnmost powerful blond purifiers nn tonics for thn blood and nervous system In the w ot Id. 61 per box. Ouaraiieed for thu abovo iruii'.lcs. All Dnitftlsts. ' .PITS t All Flta stopped free by DrKllne'g Bntatlfiirvo ltestnror. 'jo Fu after first rtiVy's m. Marvoloiis cures. TreiUtsa and f2.o0 trial llllttlo frcn tn Wit .hi.i.. Nun. l.i lip l? ,... Vi. r" .;. ""i ,wmi vuie.1 bottle free tn Fit eases v. Aicn ni,, roiia , I a.