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'JhorcluriH fitmi Die clcr-tuuis lie il In New York, Virginia, Iowa ami nih 11 Mates on TucMl.iy iii to our nl i g lo picss tiro iiilic meagre, Init Midlclcnl rolnrus uio In lo warrant tlio i-li'otliin ol tlio Poinooriitlo: tnto tleli vIh hi Mow Yoik iiiul Viiginlu, whim t lio lleptlhliculis secure tin; lcgUtuttiro of Now Yuili. In nil editorial headed "The I'red lcnl Holds His Oh n Slate," tluiTrl buna .Hiiyii Tin? Democrats ri'tiiln New York (ioienor Hill hns been elect cd by n fljmro mi linmUoiiio ns to iiinhu llw heggnrly phttullty which lluMnto gilVO l'l'csldcill Cleveland llllllint lnvtl ble. Tlio ruuuiH of voter, whom Air. It, nine's candidacy nlletintcil illil mil make good to Ihu republican pility tint urn inn year hi 'otcis whom lh:il c:in illitaey ntlruetcd. In fact, ll.o doe. .ml .-. tolmv,, , Id .1 . J cm ii ' thlid or one fourth the h . Tho stay. I at home voleisdeolded the matter. T o u.tcs were light, but llopubilcua who ' do not taku the l.onblu lo vote out- 1 ..umbered the Democrat,. A verv mi , ! .....iHer vole than wu, ... for "l vouM have sunieed to hu.y Mr. Mill. , I.iiiI!,.mI,i r , .. . 1 " ""'v ' " oust Mich a vote lint the l.'. imlilt.vn. ) lirdunx U, neilher rou'ed nor broken, inn! us Ihu S'jjnllleant fcMln in Oneida .shows It la iimiT lio.ii Illy united, than It hat been at any limp for yeuui. And though beaten on ihe s.ato ticket it lio.tls both lilnmhis of tlie lesblatuio by a strong mi jurlly. The severe storm In the Interior, which inndo tho vole lighter, did not cost tho Uepublie.uia any feat in the Icgiilaltiic. The plalti Uuth Rcenii lo bo that i:eiublean votes did not oxptca to siicceid this e:xr ngalnst n ciiiiriiiliution of ihe power of the administration to kuu itself, and Iheielore diil not make el lorls necessary to succe't. The Kepuhlienns elect thelf tickels in Iowa, Illinois, NVw .lerncy, Xelm-l-a, Connecticut, Manjuclmselis, and l'euiicylvaiinla. Kccrelnry Kmllcoit lately ordered nil ollleers who hud been moro than fjur years on staff duty in Washington or el.'ewhero nt tlio end to return to their leginicnts. Thit Inn created moiu or less ill feeling among theso ollleers, an ni ght hnve been exneeted, and (iencr.il Sheridan, ii is s:iltl, feels so soro about the loss of his favoillo aidus de camp that ho has not llllod their places. The order, however, undoubtedly abolished n.i abiHn. Thure is no army in tho world w hleli h is so lew pleasant places 1 1 oiler as a relief from di udgery and cxilo as our-, and tho few tliero ought to be, as far as possible, divided lairly. Tho way in which tho famous rrusslan (ieneral Slaff whs niado up by Oeueral von Mollko contaius a hiiil or two worth our I'otico. Any re"i mental olllccr wl.o could f-hon "ceit.iin huienlinc and literary acquirements was nt liberty to imply for staff duly. Ho was thereupon culled up to lterlin, and had six months' mivlco under ihe (Jen eral's eye, and then went back lo his KUiment, as a matter of jourto, with, out a wont being said to him as to his dunces. If hv had made bis mark, he was soon lecalled, and put to work for n long teim; il hu had ma hu heaul uo more of the stuff. Tho President's order limiting tho hours during which ho will see persons on public, business is in'cndcd to apply to Congressmen at- well tis to all other rkiskui of ofhVo-seekors. In convers ing about this order ho has said that ho has given neailyall of his time sineo the Uli of March to ollb o-seoUors and llicir fiiumUj that for weeks together ihe kiiiiio man have eomo to tho White lloiifio two or tin Co times c.ich u ...l bo king the same olllee, and telling the same story; that hN patience isexhaus toil, and his tlmo consumed by Ihe veltciialion oftheso hackneyed appeals; mm Mima uo reitirneil from hU v.tuti turn lie had not had nn opportunity to open ii uook With a flow to the perpar Hon of Ids mes-ao; that tlio limo hail come when hu must And uu oppori unity to consider public questions, and that )m should, until tho meuilnor of n,,. grt'ss at least, refer to the departniuiits nn applications for oil! e, and only pi r touauy g.vo audleneo to iho.-o who oomo to too him on publio business. In ino lerm public bitsiues," ho does not I'icliido olUeo Kecking. The i'ro.-ldont at iliQ'urcut tlmo 1ms contemplated ""lis nieiiiin oriter; but It has not H.'umeujio him until now lh.it ho eoti'.d venture even to -com dneo '.ll'limtiQ In Mining to listen t- every one that has e me I upon him. Hu has been exceed ingly accessible In tho pnbli j. and al thoiuli tlioCongro.sloiial olllee-secker will doubtless Uououiioo him as oxclu hivu, it is possible nut for him to rind time tor tho proper consideration 0f tho puouo questions wind, he will need ilis.'ius In hU niiswgo. to t ho death of (ieneral MuClolhui on Y eiluebdiiy o last week nt tho ear ...... at... i nu oi uiiy.iiiuo imiioios i.nu morool t e striking iiguro. of tho civil win I'robAbiy uo soldier who did so lltilo lighting has ever had tis qnalltli i as coiiiuiaiiuer so uiinuiely, and wo may mill, so tiercel y discus-od. In com jusin of an organized and icgul.i lorco arainst a foreign enemy, he prob. ably would have plau'd a very crediiu uio part muung generals of tlio second ordur. With uu Improvised force, too ing ivltu nolitleal o.ission. im wm clearly unlit to f.icu tho storins of civil b nfo. fcomo new nnd valuable liht h.is been thiown on tho cause of Ids failure, in icseurchos made in Mis Lamb's Magazine of Amorl.uu History by Ofluoial W. V. ("IlaMy") Smith, ijuehlng the opening of tho Konfichy campaign In ISC:'. Thuy furniBliu Iresh mil cunoiis revelalloii of (Jeneiiil Mo t'loIlAii'ii tilirlukliig I'roHi posltivo unil .iiul decisjons. Hut ho was n man of ui,;h fliaracter, of puru motive?, and I in an eminent itegroo tho art ol at clung to him nnd ucurlng tho con- luiico ol Hiobo who sciyi d uudi r hlui. i s inilllnry f.imo waa dimuiod by his wing iiimseit to uo tiiheti up n a Meal candidate by a party ouifaged ', ' is 1 Hi) (nnil.IU.loi. Of Iho worst and I I'oigeitahlo of all inUliikot. that of iiiriiiiii ii nwlii f.ii i i nu. 1 ace, Tlio Clin liiiintl Itosiilt. The fareo or tlio oDI.maI cuint" In lliiiiillton counlj I over, ami tho le-mll, as lililiotmceil, is Hie eliTllnii of the ph. lire Democratic legl-lutlvn ticket, Iload ly's plurality out I'oiakpr in llio couii t.V Ik (Jill, wlill.. Ken y t,:1 7:j wuro votes tli.tit W.nwiik. The volp ul tho four DeiiHicralie cuuilidiites for utile fcnntors 1:iii.- fthi il i.hii to .11,631, whllu t lint of tho llcpublli'iius run.-, fioin .",1.101 lo a ,J in, ,u highest !ltl( lowcl votc unions the ten Dcltioer.itle cunduhitiM for ivpicieiiiiitlvo tire ro spool ivety .11,707 and lll.WO; highest lied het lor l!eiulillenii candidates, I 31, in Hint lll.rwi, except lliiilnu. who i ran fur behind bis ticket, irci'liliig fl!, 022 votes. These ,niall majorities for tlio Demo cralio legislative viuuu icuiiiiimu iicnei aro p.lllidliiv i i..i m.. .. " "Vm: m ir vu iirccmom TT . . " . ?Z Tl'"'' ,V?.' ' " ' .V ,,n ' nl ' ' ! ''I' ' t". . ' V, 'I V. . V . "K ? ?' "' T"" "n"Wt "3 ;"''i" ll.o re- " Z " V?"T' ,t,llr - n" " ll.V "Mi -act made, mid IIL'alllst lill iil- nuv eeillH.vili. .il ..l... lion to the Douioeraiie o uidiilates. The prool o( fraud is positive, l'or instance, pio.luct A, tth ward, with only voters regi.tcn d, returncil 07-2 ballots, while there but about COO votes actually cast on election day, nnd nearly -lub Democratic tickets were etuffod Into the box alter the polls had clofcd. In precinct K, lxth ward, tho registration book was taken away, ami repeating In llic WeinoerMlie intero-l was done mien. one iii.iu votli.c seven times uiuIai- differeut names, and two boys icslding in Kentucky IipIiij: allowed lo volo and loci alvlnjr luoiiev therefor. It wns llm 1 allot box of this waul which had ihu liui' ;cs broken off, and was nftcrwiiid tied up with a ropo. It is easy lo ice Ihu Deinocrutlo majoiity on tho of the returns woolit Im i..vn.-..,i that faeo were tho gloss and palpable frauds igiucit in tbcto two pi eciucls alone. that Ihe claim of the ltennbli the day following the election, that they oiccieit even legislative o.indidato save Harlan was a julom. Hy these frauds then Demoeinlie ie. prescntallies and lour senators aru luetcd, i n tho face ol tho rutin ns. bo des the Demociatii! county ticket. The epubllcaiis have but lo move tlmt .".97 votes were Impioporly added lo the liemocrallo totals, to elect all their re- wsonlalivos except Hailan. The auduloiit work wu made stroni'ci In tlio cao of tlio senators, and It will in- Hiiro a tlirswinr out ol .171. 019. (its nnd iitil Demociatio votes respuctiieh to seal tlio four Itepublieaii ecuators. W liiitever tho result in tiio courts may lie, tlio contest will be carried to lie (ieneral Assembly. Thfl conslitu lion of Ohio provides that each house shall lie sole judge of the qualifications, election ami returns ol Its own mpin. bcrs. All the cmirl can do is to ilii-?el tlio clerk lo ih.-uo cerlllicatos to one set of candidates or tho other. The nnr. sons holding tho certificates will have tho right to assist in tho organization of tlio lespeelho houses, which, after organization, will dotldo the contused cases. Tht Dmnocials will ilms Imrn power to sent tho lour senalois fraud iilenily elected, If they can so far forgot what Is duo to t Ins people; hut tho homo will right tho iniquity, so iar as ten re- preseniiuiyes arc c .ncenirii. Should tho matter tcrminaln as indi cated above. With tllO llOUsC Itetlllbllenn and tho senate Democratic, tliero will bo a dead lock on lei'islallon. Tim Itn. publicans cannot pa-s a liquor taxation law ; they cannot Irglslnio lo release Cincinnati from tho irrii) of tho "ail!': they cannot clianuo ihu present abom inable mannncnient of the Ohio pent lentlary ; tlioy cannot repeal the infam ous gerrymander of tho slate, and ru-di-trlet It so as to glvu each party tlio ru presentation in tlio national House of Itoproseutalives to which its numbers properly cmltlo Us thee cannot levls. lato lor tho best iineicsts of ihe people oi tlio state, and will bu hauipcied In eariylug out the pledges Ihe lti-nubli- caiipaity made the people. There is ono thing they can do, however, and which tho will do-eleet John Shei-iimn lo tho Senate of the United States. Tho following Irnm tlio pen of lloraeo (ireely is an undeiiiablo liuth : "It you want to keep a town from thriving, I'on't ereot moic dwolln.ys (ban you cm conveniently occupy your self. If you should accidentally have an empty building, ami any ono bhould want to iviit it, ask ihao times tlio value, of It. Demand a Sl.ylock price for every foot of giound tli it find has given ou stewardship over. Tuina cold shoulder to every business man and inceh.iliio who seeks lo mako a homo with you Look nt every new comer witli a (cowl. Kim down the woik i f on cry now workman. (Jo abroad tor ivm-s rather Ui.m in nl0aU who seek to d bu-inus. in your midst I'ail lo advertise, or la nnv was support your town newspaper, so that people nbro.ul limy not know whether buwiiuss Is going on In your town or nut. Wrap youiself witli a coal of Impervious sul-ll-line-s. There Is uo moro effectual way to retard tlio growl Ii of a town than actions liko tliero enumerated." SONS OI VUTKKANH. JKuitiliiuilors flit Mm) of Miwourl I Burn el V.tiraim. i ST .Josr.llll. Mil,. Ai1(i,t 17.1, iuo. - I !.., .(JUtf. lll'llulal Unlet f No. I. ) I. lbivllis tuen duly olecte.1 folm el .,1 1, liiilnlini, I il,). ilny !i..Hiiim'i'i)Biiinin, II llea.luuarUM in. Iietet.y eatukliklicil at I.lnci.111 fanii Hall. HI. ,luiii, Mu. Itr. lliu. A. II, Wllwii, of Ht Josenh. i, liuiBby npiwliiinl AilJiiliujf uu,l jir. ' v Voaiig, Kl..ljsi.iili(juar;iriimi,tcr, iim. w n' lliijrnmil i.f OreiMii. .liulm Ail i mat., w ' Jkl'llirKiif hi. ileM'ii i .Mn.li rliiK "Al 'i r HI ill , l tlieri)liiiiiiiliili;r i'f till liui.,, I. ifi ', IV. Tl.l Hl'HTIWKI. (if (t.pi' iii I, li,rr.li.. liii.lisheil m the i)nli.!i.n urt-in ,..,.i iilliillli) Iiiiw a ICimm. ..1.1 ... ...... ....... v.v -t.IIIJI nijpj lran.0 on riio in c'aii'j! Hie IHvLlnii i;iiuiiniimont lielil K.-pi imm is' OlMiol, I rml .VpilIoiA. Hi. J.eiih'. m,7 i t V. Tim fiilliiv.ini. iiku ,.,a ..ni..n.. . i..-.. . K'l'H.M. Ciiuijilalii.i). w. jiurir.im.i)r.i.,,; Iu. muftuii, AmliM. , I). Itoskiioit. Jin. ' VI. AwU-o. 4,hI Mnrvvlll,. "w, L re P.',,r,'.; .'X'1' wmiMtr Willi uliutuniHiiiur. II)' (iUllllHNUd ( , -SkiititiniM is in hot wntur. Some lime hut summer Hie eutcrptlsing Imiii let was entirely consumed by llio and now ibf llltlo vtl l.igo is having a lively time with llio Kaus.is City, railway. Slnci! llm ro id was bulll t hu road ob tallied tliu ground In build the stock yards. The road litis neglected to build them for a long Him' but has now woke up to the lael that Ihe yards ought lo be built, lire about lo commenco o e ra tions. Tho people do nol liko tlio idea. Tho yards are now in llio iieart of tho llltlu lowu and should theyald lie loca ted It will spoil tho town. Tlio pooplo aio not at all enthusiastic over tlio pro ject. Lately delegation of tho pioniiiicnl tin. kicks nipnof Ihu town waited on Mr. Ilauuiiil, the manager of Hie road. Tho confutation wns far from mllsfaelory nnd Ihey icturncd coiisldoinbly discouiaged. Tho people want the stock yards but they do not want thoin located in tho ini-liicss por tion ol tho tomi. Tlio affair lias caused no lltlln excite ment. Should llio road 8l 111 hold lo lis determination llio merchants asseitthat Ihey will buy all their goods in St. I.ouls and haul tlieni to SKIiiuioro from Uur litigton Junction, ilms avoiding tlio St. .looph market. They aio veiy euiphat. ie in condemning tlio course taken liy the road. Thy town is now lulng rapidly rebuilt and wero tho yards to bo located where tho original grant was given trade would bo ruined. It U to bo hoped that the ma'.ter will be arranged amicably. St. Joseph Xews. t A good deal lias been said through tho papers about tlio henlililulncss of lomons. The luteal advice ns to how to uso them so ihey will do ihu most good, Is as rollowH: Most people know the boiicllt of lemonade before break fast, but few know that it is more than doubled by taking another nt night al so. Tlio way to get tho better ol the bilious system without bluepills oi quinine is to tako tlio Juice or one, two or three lomons, as appeiito craves, in as imich Ice water as makes it pleasant to drink wltlnut sugar, before going to bed. In the morning, on rising, at least a halt hour before breaklast, tako the Juice of one lemon In a goblet of water. This will clear llio sysiem of humor bile with efficiency, without nny of tho weakening effects ofcalomul or con gress water, l'eoplu .should not Iriitalo tlio stomach by eating lemons clear; the powerful nciil ol tho Juice, which is always most corrosive, invariablj pro duces Inllaininatlun after awhile, but propel ly dilutod ho that It does not burn or draw tho throat, It does Us medical work without h.irni, and, when tho stomach Is clear of food, lias abund ant opportunity to work over tho sys tem thorough!, .says a niedicil autlior H V. The ISmiu li Pon. There is uo uso in dhvul-ing tho fact that (Jov. Marmadiiko is stuck on this city as tho placu tor I lie branch pciilleiillary, and hu wauls tho cominis (loners to come over to his sulo of the house," said a crcntleniaii this morula" His statement was coincided in by sev eral others who heard it, and llio speak or gavo good reasons for his opinion. ne tain mat ihe liou'inor recognized the commercial impoilaneo of lids city and that the spirit of the law urealim llio new penitentiary, intended it should uo locaieu uear sm.li a city, and not at somo llttlo country village, liko Hoou vlllo or Loulsianu. Hut tho pcoplo hero don't want the institution, and would never encourago its coming by auy oiler wnai.oovor. St. Joseph don't hunker after that kind of society St. Josenb Journal. The President lias issued a proclama tion designating and suiting apart Thursday, Noiembci 20 as tho day of publio thunksgiylng and pniyur, and Invoking tho observance thereof by all the people of tho laud. 518 Francis St., Over Pcst&fiicc, ST. JOSEPH, MO. PRACTICE LIMITED TO DISEASES -oi' Tin:- EYE In imlu il,i (VllraK, (li.j,l,iiri; Mnl. DimiI. I iitii-ri.ll) i.t .Mil., ami Julius lliiiiklni I'nl u-riliy, ll.ilimmrc. .Ii-Hitmui Mulu.il ( ulk-i, l'l 1 1 lii.l I :n 1 .1 I tie ul Hi.. U S lliiilnu li nl, ,-, I'l-ln .ity ",""! "" i Iwlliin.'if. ami lt It -. ol lnM-Hxt-H if llii' l.jr i.iul I'm III Uu- Nwii.iiuMcrn Mull IM. 1 llll-4l, Ri. .losi tt.'iTM"Yil'r 'itl""'iu " '""' WmUliinl Dr. Iluiww lias nmik'iiMucl il!,linlyiilills I'iims ul tin- i jii, anil iminiK i, mi nuoi.,.. in.. mi' hi tt-ii si-itiH. i:ihk,.,n.n,i iiimi,.,! till) (iil.i Mill. II llli' MMlrslllunwt,) iIiim tll-l- I, 0 ,",r,u''," A" ""iiilmunmi nn luaiW ivilh ,,'.U,,.'il'.l,":il"."',l"l.IU ,""! l-lllCT Hlllllilluillallll ,. "J,s ",ll,u 'i'111'11 1'i'wii's inse mill uu uu iiu.it ! M.ili-nii'iii kIuii ul Uio I'iuiUiniillliiiiii.i la ir i')it In (uiiL'tlniml iiiM-usvg nf Uu, !),., wlii'ii; i!liii.'H nn. iiKtifnietl, llm iliicior luiMiir- . l.'Vf i""'1" t"r ll":h '" Humtnif i.i'.lr. l Hlun, cum' anil t'uuiriirt In tin. wvuirr. i m, I" V" li'''iillnliiin.Tli'flIuirt . 1.111) Illll ml ;liiM1.t t uilhpicKs. ', ' ?,,, J'!.,.M,1,.I'1!!U ,"""u' ,, r wl111" '"' liiuiMiiiri'iiiu- lli. jiiih h -,u. vvnt.-r. 'Hium- an-ili an mu inn iniKiiiLiii iTmiiiiiiiM. tii.' aio Kruiiiiil anil I ih'ii (uiiriliT 'lliiiiisaniHiil Il"",11' lllu l-li. i ih'll lifuvlni's nl'iliti i')i' llMll a iiiiiiu leilim;, lis lli ii.jili il,,. ; iv imil liiiiailiii il hi tin- in., hh I, i iul, ", ii ,,t il ' I" IMIllall) i law III.. urilll ll.rllili lit lull,, iiiatinii lii ihu liivlw urllils !i iu'w , , I , , ilinii'l) nii'iraiiif 11 1 in u- istin mi nil Idi'il will i. ii ., i? ! i 1 IU ' ""' li,us "' ""'"i n'frHii. II" I. I'll'. Iii. iu iiiii l.t) lux, cii v ul t'V't'H nr !.."lbie to'iu. l" " ' Ml OPINION WORTH HEADING. irn iii ut,. ::, . . i "',". iiiiiii' i-ii nnoiiistnc fh i.i1! i 1 0 l." ljv"- ti miiaMis lo .il;1'"1. .""'I ,Kl111 iii'i' iin'ii liy lr. w.c. ? Mi1,'1,1,1,' '""i''i-'i'.'n ef I . ii i, uil S "" 'lUiitli.il In inv iiimi I'yfH ii. i . . ft 'll,,'",r '"'Ja-u . mill iii. Hire ;1 t ' i1 m' "" """ Hr'' ' "" 1 ""M ' " 'I'n llm I'. .,, .i... ,. .u ...... ,,,""',' " ' "'. in aiaitiui y aiLajhii:"0 MinX, " "" to,"for, ,, , Hii!as Wooii(io,, i;.itiu)iiiiorur Mlwourl, XJjESln ANDERSON -!)KAI,i;i!S 1N- AM) And General Miscellaneous Stock, OREGON. MO., og leave to Aunounoo to tho Publio that thoy now havo in Store a Full Lino of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Fancy Goods & Notions, CLOTHING, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Glassware, Q,ueensware, Etc. Which thoy invito tho Pooplo to Call and In spect, fooling assured that as regards both Quality of Goods and Prices, thov can offer bettor inducoinonts than any otho Houso in Northwest Missouri, 1M1T.TV7.P TllP T.flNTM tflPTlliaili 1,111 "em' ,nini1 1110 elephant, wo Invito UUJjl T Jlfi, HID iialpul Jilupalll, your attonti'm to the Opening Sale of our inuniuiolh nek of rail and Winter Dry (iooda, Clmhlng, IJooU, Shoof, Hats, Caps, Tuinkv, Ktu. fi Q AV A fiU1 TTflWQI Aml onr Pr-C03 aioi'nsitlvolvtheLowrstorcrnuotcd 0 U-iYilUTi JUlUlIu! in this nurket. Our utook U tho Largest in N'orthwest MliHouil Kvery department 1'ull and Complete. 100 Caps of Wild Animals ! ASX .! est Novelties tire here shown. 19 ATCAR WAflflTMNI 0m,,,,', "t niotlnns, In both nu-duun and heavy IL iiiliiU IliilUllUilUl weights In all tlio blest hlvles, U full and com plelo, and wo guarantee priee? as low ai any hnuo in iliu Slate. Our lar"o luek of lliit.4 anil Caps comprises t-vcryTliing in tlio latoat Novelties out. " h RTfl l?T!JflQ I Wc cal1 sl)u"itll attfliillon In our Miignllieent stoek of Udhis', Lt JJlU 1U1HTU I Misses1 and Children'M mid enU' Jlerinu and Woolen Un derwear, Hosiery and all varieties of Knit (jouds. GRAND STREET PARADE. ci,.R TiAXt leeted stoek in Holt County, nnd 1'iiees the Lowest. BEING YOUR CHILDREN iim. cK,.Ii Seliool Hats. And by all nirwns ga then, a pair of the "Ited Sehool House Shoei," Ihu best in Ihu imirKcl. AHMISIiIM IfRIi'li1 Wo',"lly, ivquct your lnpertlou of our unequal AJJllllUOlUl'l, rillili. slock of l.'all and Winter (ioods, and nio confident that after uu exaiuinatiuii, you will look no faitber, hut buy from us. Hespcelluliy Yours, KREEK & OREGON, rownsend Wyatt & Co. As tn wliat tlicy think of prospcets for Fall Trade, bv prio Ing tbelr goods, and you will conclude Hint thoy a'i e cer tainly expecting a big trade. When you learn Unit they are belling a splendid 45 INCH LADIES' CLOTH in rhrcks nud SolhlH, at 75 cents, yon ceo l lie boom is start ed. Following this you Ilnd a Hplendul ALL WOOL RED TWILLED FLANNEL At 17 centN, ilial you know h sold In town bvotir.Jobbor.s for more, and retailed olsowln re for 2flc. you conclude Hid jam i ateounted for. You seo staekH of All Wool Factory PLAID FLANNELS Marked J7 12 cents. You feel sorry for tho man wo bought t hum of, and wonder why lie would so trust us us to sell us the 600 palm of Jjp Dollar and Fifty Cent Grey Blanket. In!?)'.!!!? ,!lil.tw'1 u'lm,l, ll"lm 111 -'.00 a pair. TilKSE l'KICLS Altli FOR 'l lli: NKXTTWO w'l.KKS. Then wo liavo somo equally good drives In Tablo Lmons, Uuflerwear and Half Wool Dress Goods. A vMt only will enuble yon to aiploiato tlmgi oatuoss of pur 8tock, nnd how In prices wo stand on a level with our W Of tern Jobbers. TOWtfBEtfD, WYATT 4 GO., Southwest Corner Jlh anil Follx StreotH. ST- JOSEPH, : : HVCO. OUR ATTRACTIONS FOR Fall and Winter A Stock of Men's, Youths', Boys' and Ohildrou's Suits and Ovorcoats, Hats, Caps and Gout s Furnishing Goods for Fall and Winter Woar, Unequalled in the West and at Pncos Lower Than the Lowest! Men's Stout Working Suits at 8.1 00 worth $1 00. Men's I'linoy OiiM.!inero Suits at $8.0!) woitli $10.00. Men's l'lnu All .Wool Scotch Suits al 810.00 woith iSUI.OO. Men's 1'lno All Wool Cns-liiieiei mid Worsteds at $da.00, 'rill, SIS mid S18.00, WOKTII'JOl'KUCKNT. iiioiothan what wo ask for them. Vouth's Suits In Hundreds of dif. fi.ient I'litterns at A'tonlsldngly Low Vrices. Hoys' l'lnu Wool .Seliool Suits nt 157.00 woith 89.00. Also a I'ino I.ino of Hoy's Suits in l'lnldr, Vm:U nud I'linoy Casslimiins, Wine mid Fmit-y Wonttids, Children's Hulls at SC'.Uij, f.'.i'S, i:l.00m.il 81 00 up to I?t0,00. mil m i GDir mi i giii Until you havo soon our Stock and loarnod our Prioos SSnliriftl Clnl-nknlr, H 1 1 1.1. T) I Cl.-il. kjuuuuj. uamuuiB uivou Dmiblo Sloro, Northwest Cornor Olh and Felix bliecl, ST.. CTOSBPH, IIVLO. & CUMMINS, hm Dry hk ft SEXTOS WATSON, MISSOURI. wiiu uvury liuyn ami, .11 CEOTHII ill, UFM !V ibb Public Sale of Stock. Wo wilt olTor nt imlilla snto, 'Vtilni,.ilny, NiiM-mlior llli., 1H8.1, mi ptonroo Ktntk I'atin, 21 i miles rat nl Hklilinorp, Mo., about 7ft licml of 1'ulaiiit China Block lfoiri, iniilos nnd icinalc.., strri ami itami rcrnnleil I A Ot.nlo mIk.i t-1 1 orn llrlfers 2 Mars ohl mo (.Invlo or ilonlilc-M'Atcil citrrlncu nliiiD't nrwi imo lni(ln litiKliy linrncM nml oilier tlilnci too numerous lo mention, , Tkbmsi--HIx months (line, niii.rnvcil note, lii'iirliic ten icr cent, lulircit. 'tfirra per rent, ilt for null. Main will ruininenre lit ten oVIuvk V. M, .1, M, Ilntiner, AuetloneiT. i. v. i.ATounnni'. & hon. Tor Hiilc. I li.tve n lot of llurr onkjioil'niid elm fciicltis or salo chwip. Api'ly to Joseph l'olly, ne.it the lay Mnwur nelioof, Lumber For Sale ! I linyo a tot of Una. O.ik nml Klin l.umb' r wlileli I will .tell elieii.. It Mill lie Hell for llioiu ile-ltlui' lnintier In ulvo mu a rail mioii, ns I In. leinl lo illipotu ol It liy llio lint of November. I.iiiiilier It on my place lliieo-fouttlii of a mile. notltincM of OrOL'uti. ANI1V llUItltllllt, ,1b. C. W. LUKENS, OREGON, MISSOUItl. J ra ,lMl ioor lo tho lef. over lllmto ft 1 illlirlck's Drni? Store. All oik wiirraliteil Klrst-clnst. A itesh Kiinply of Vllnllzeil Air at miiji on num. onico liours from 8 to 12 A. M mill from U to il i. m. A tiitl tipner or ton er set of teetti $10 00 up (lolil llllfiitf a ouuii (lol.l. lMatliiii, (liiltn Perclin nint oilier 1 flllinm i mum. Tculli cxtraeteil wllliont Vllall'ed Air M LEWIS I. MOORE, Iusurancc, Colleciing & Real Estate Agent. oiti:uoN, siiKsoum. I'lrc, I.tKlitiilnc, Tornalin, l.lfo nnd Accident Illlllraiieo. or tilling luln.n ,m.l I.,,...., raid given, llrproeut fcillowhiir cmiipatiles i Orualilzeil KU Plmrnlv t Htmi,,..i ........ 8l.nS.aw. ,'1 lri.llllpil 1R.-.A.rinr,nli nl t lvA.i.n.,lt,...l. ill '"all I!'n";H"1 01 Ilruekyil-Acls, ' 6riranlziit 1701 lii.nr.'iti,n nmhttnti.. nt v.,.n, Ameilca. IVniiHVlvaiil.L Aiiti.u. . .nil -. OrKaiilzed IsM-lliiiiu. of ',.u-V, i-ni a?.ni.iil iimaMizeil iwa-llnrtrnnl l.lfo and Aiililillr ! Coiinectlcat-Asnits, mo.xx). JOE'S PLACE ! No. 110 Noilli Kwniiit Stif !, ST. JOE, MO-, JOSEPH OFPENHEIMER. Propr. Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars Good Billiard and Pool Tables, Anheuser-Busch Beer FIIESII OX TAP. All Kinds of Lunch. oris W il SI Good Beds 25c. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, James I.. Wihou and Mary I'. Wll xon, Mt wife, did liy tlielr deed of trutt, iltiti'd tlio II rM day of June, A. 1)., K-o, mid 11 cmded In liook II, pane .117 of llm rccoriN tf Unit County. Mliiourl, i(iney to tlic-iimler-nlKneil, at micccssur In Iran, the flloMiig do hcrlb'tl real eslatu hltuati! In tlie Coaiity ol itolt mid State of Misuari, to-ult t M'ctlon hlx (il,) III tnviiHlilp lllli'lj:lit (fw) norlli rraciionni seeiioa li.ri'o (:i.l nuiiMest Hall anil in raiiu'D iniriy-Hi'ieii (a, i ih'si oi ino linn (Mil) principal nuildlan, ciiialiilnn i;t:i uc-ich, more cr le.si, to un iire p.i)iiiciit ol lliu Mini of iweivv lliuuireil Uullaii, hoeuri'd, In lie tmld liy lilt one certain nolo of even dale Willi t.ild trust ili't d, and ini)nblo to llio order uf .loci ll. I,. Doiixlas in llvo jean from dato Willi Interest 1 It,-1 t'oii ilt 111 J rati! f clKlit percent, periin in nil Iii.iu diile, p.i)atilesciiit-ni.uiially mini tlio liiatnrlly of Kaliiiioti'. And vlieiea, It lt jirn Wiled In nud Ii) unlit dee of hint, Unit In cumi of default In llio pa) uient of tlie prluclp.it and Inlcicit, or nuy pail tlicivof, when llio wuno hlui. .Ul lieeomo due, Hull oil request tlie said trustee kIiiiII udverlNe and sell s.ilit luvinlsus. And wlieru k. Hie principal and lliiere.sl due und p.iyalilu on the llrnt day of Juni', A. I)., Iku, Is now due and wliully unpaid, with Interest from Unit data nt ten per cent, auioiiutlui; on the day of s.dii In llio mum of l'liuileen Hundred l'oitj-elelit and Mxty-llvc ono hundredth ilol lam, liii ludliiK the lusls and expenses ol Dili pioeei'illni;, And whereas, by tho provLslons ot said deed of Irust, llm iniilersiiiiied, (icoiuu V. IniiH. was iippolutrd and luadu the Micci Mir In trust. In case the trustee, iianied, Henry I). Wilson, should decline liiact,iiiul tlimald Hen ry (.'. Wilson liilllui' decliiii'd ts net. Now. therefore, at tho n iiiiest of tlio legal holder of sam uoie, i win, asiriMieo us iilorcuniii, un Wedassilay, tie 25itt Day ol Kovtmti.r, A, r., 1885, lietHcen the hours of s o'clock, A.M., and!) o'clock, v. M of that day, at (hu north door or IheCourt i1iiuse,lu the Cfly of Uri'uoii.Uouuty of Holt mid Htale of Missouri, sell lo the highest ladder, for cash, lh iibou-ilescillied premises, nud nil nsht mid loulty, UehldlliKhonie.slead in uie sam jiiuies i iisoumiu .iiarv lr li son (lllllltdi: W. 'KIMH, 'Iruslee. Dated, St. I,ouls, Mo Oclohei 17, U&3. Dbssioliitiou .Notice. Nollee Is hereliy (tlven that llio linn kiionn .is l.i l Oren and llroiher has tills day been dis solved hy mutual consent, !.cl Oren rethlnir, said Levi Orcu Is to i olleet nil delils and ac rouiits due tho llrui. 'ihe llrm heieulter will liu known us Oren S.iiKrr, Mr. Hiieger huvlng purchased IaivI (Iren's Inierest. 1.1IV1 OltKN, JAI.'OU OHKN. Mew Point Mo, ICO Acres For Sale, Tho south w est quarter of tectum iM. township oi, raui!u.iui tuiieies s. w, . w.s.te, :, win sell cheap and uu leuus tn Mill percliaserwltli some cash to pay down, Adrcsi, It. V. 7.0OIC. Ht. Joseph, Mo. Nntii.'i; of Final Scttlimionl. Kotlco Is hereby given toiilleredltnrsiin,liilhes Interesteil 111 Hid partnership estate of Warner & human, u linn lately coiiniosed uf Kainuel Wail. it m.il .lameH l.iiman, tioth deeeusedi that 1. William W. I'aUlnell, udiululslratorof Sam ual Warner, deceased, havlnif hi my chnrgti said pnrlnerslilp estate, Intend In mukollniil setileiiieut Iheieof id the next term ot tho I'm Unto Curt ol Holt fount)', Missouri, tu ho held ul, lliu Court House In the City of Oregon, In said county, uu Monday, the. Dili day of No vember, 1SS3, W. W. CAI.IWl:i,I. Adnilnl.lrator nl llio estato ot Hniniel Wiirner, dereasml. und of the partnership eslalu of Winner i l.mniiii. - l'liiul Settlement: N'otlco Is lieieliy (jlven In all creditors and mlii Interested In Urn estate of John 11. Wil son, deceased, lllat l.lleorgu llelilli.e, iiiliniii Islratnr, of said estate, liililidtolitaUiiilllii.il scltleinciit thereof at ll.o next term of llio l'rn halo Cnurt of Holt county, lo ho held ul the Court House aiOiegoii, Holt county, Mo., on Monday, llio Hill day of Noveiiiher, IMI. (li;o. r.OMINK, AdiululMiutor. I. out, Strayed or Stolen. 1'roin my farm, live miles northeast of Oregon, und two miles smith of Now J'ulnt. last I'liday night, Oi'iolier loth, ls, n dark biimn miiru alioiit ntlceii hands Ii lull, lillud In lelt e)e, mi old scar on i lull t leg just helow llio knee, ahimt 11 )eiir old, light ragged iit.ine, lieavy lull. A liberal reward will he paid fur tho return ol h letiirii ;of Ihe miiru or miy liifoiiniillon lending to licriecovrry. Addiess, tJAMUH li. IIUMM1NH, Bhertff. Oreeoii, Holt Co,, .llo. Or A. llKliHll.Ni;it,M(wVuliit, Mo. FITS i All I'll- stopped free liy Dr. Kllnu's great Nervo llestoicr. No 1'lts after first day's use. Manelous cures. 'I'reallso and W.imi trial botllo fieo to I'll cases. Keiidto Dr. Kline, 031 Aich Ht., fhlta.,l'a. ON Vleusi) call nnd net teinn, ami you will ho eon vlueed Hint tlio rates unit terms uro Ihu lowest and nio.t siituruehuy yet oirried, Addrcs, V, It, llui',MAriN, Ori'Hon, Mu, MoneyToLoan Sons uf VctcrmiH. As pooplo seem to bo laboring tin dor mistaken Impressions concerning this organization un explanation would prolmbly shed a llltlu light upon tlio subjott contrary lo tho general supposi tion. Tho organization Is composed nt young men from dovoiitcon to tlilily live years of ugu, ami Includes many ot the most pioinineiit young business men In tho oily, .1.1 well as a number ol Im portant city olllelsls, who, when thoy undeitnku a tiling do not do It by halves, ami thus tlio organization is bound to prosper. Kllgiblllty to membership! Kvury son ol 1111 honorably dlschaigcd Union veloran of tho lato civil war, providing hu Is sixteen, bus 11 good mor al character and has not been rejected by any camp of Sons of Veterans, tuny beeomo a member. The Hist camp, constating of but ten menihei'H, was or ganized In tho East in 1880, but even though the organization wns cfTectcd so recently. It stands lo-dny upon tifootiug ol over l'.'.I.OOO members.and will In all probability soon become 0110 of tlio strongest orcanlzKtions In lliu United StatcB. Kvcn down hero In poor old Missouri tliora aro ten c.'itrps. Objects! A fow ol the objects aro to Uenp gicen llio ineiiii'iiDS mid brave deeds of fathers und their SMcriflees for lliu maliitcHtineu ol' the union, to uid nnd assist worthy nnd needy members of our order, to inculcate patriotism and love of coun try, not only among our membership, but all the people of our land. With such objects as theso tlio public should realizo tlmt llm order Is not intro boy's play, nnd coidiully ask tho support of all loyal cilizcns. Trial proves Unit honesty tho best policy in mcdii'ine as well us In other thing. AjcrV) tjiiisriparilla Is a goiiu Ino propnr.iilon, tin unequalled blood purifier, decidedly suiciiorto all oth ers. TlioNoveinbcr Ccnfnry. In the Initial niiinberol tlio new Cen tury year, beginning the Thirly-first Volume ol llio magazine, spvclal stress is laid un tho fiction, which Includes tlireo short stories and parts of two tor lids. Of tho fornior, "A Cloud on the Mouninin," by Mrs. Mary Ilalloek Foote, is ii stirring ronianue of Idaho ranolijifii! u full-page drawing by tlie author to illustrate tho story Is tlio fronlisplecu of tho number and Is un iiuyud by Mr. T. Cole, who Is now working In Italy fur Tho Century j "A Story of Soveii Devils" Is ono of Mr. Stockton's chin attonsllo tales of humor and ingenuity ; and "Tho Mystery uf Wilhelni Kultur" by tho lulu Helen Jaoistou (il. H.), is a lingio romance, tho seenu of which Is laid among tlio I'ennsylvaiila Dutch. Mr. .t.amo's ,'Hos toul.ms" is continued. Tlio now serial Is Mis. I'oolo's milling story, "John noiiowiirs lesiiniony," tlio opening cliaiiters of wlileli dvo pruuiUu of ii novel surpassing in Interest tin-same writer's loiuaueo of "l'lus Led-lloree Claim." (Jencral (Jrant's papor dusciibiug the cauipalgii and bailie of "Chattanooga" Is a feature ol llio number wlileli n 111 excite world-wide iuteiest. It is per Imps tho most finished article by htm which i'ho Century has thus far pub lidhed. With it is given a full page portrait of (ioncrul Brunt, from a photo graph taken at Mount MctJregor; and two f:io-s!tnllo pages of a purl of onu of his letters to Dr. Douglas. In "Mem oranda of the Civil War" General Will Iain F. Smith lias a short arllelo utill'l od "Was Chattanooga Fought a- I'hiiin odP" A discussion of tlie question of possi ble unification of American Cliurulios Is begun ih this number by tho ltuv. Dr. Charles W. Shields, Professor ol tlio Harmony of Selcuoo nnd Uovoalid Hcligion ut Piinceton. Under tlio liead lug, "The United Churches of tlio Unit, cd States," ho deals especially with thuir existing ngru'iiicnt in doelrino, polity, and worship. Uopiesentatiyo men in tho different denominations will con tlutio tho dUtiu.sio-i. Tho Oetobnr uutuber of tlio Dorcas is up to its iisuuUtiiiidurdcfuxcollonco. Itcotitainsa cliulco assiiitmeut of du signs and patlurus, in knitting and cro clieti toveral new stitolios and revivals of old ones, in addition to an ndiiuia bio anloloou Oriuliul Fancy Work, by i:ila IKpworlli Dlxnn, of London. There is a novel design tor tho now crazo, ?.la ; Gold Painting un Crash, nnd many timely hints on bouse and homo decoration. Dorcas is growing in popularity, do sorvcdly, and no wcll ordored and well regulated homo will without lt. Its subscription is only 91,00 per yoar, or ten cents for a sluglo copy. Send at once and tocelvo tho premium of "Dorcas I.eavns," which is offered lo all now sttscriburs who send in their names befonll)ecomboi' first. Address, Dorcas, 872 JSoadmiy, New York. 3k For Hferd Times. THE SENTINEL AMD DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY "MAGAZINE1 WIlhTwelvt Cul p.ptr P,ttirn of your own lection and of iny !, Both Publications, one year, roii $3,00 (THREE DOLLARS), THE BEsl Of all tho Mngazlnos. rtONTAININQ Slorltt, I'oem, ,nd olliar Llttriry f tlrtelloni, oombining Arllitlc, StlentlHo and Mouithold mttltra. (iHJlriKril tvtth Orltlnnl Steil JUinrav inn, 1'holouraviirm, OH Mauve nml fine IVtiutlctit). vmhtiiu il the JIvdit . JUauuflHO of Aiiurlcti, K??Rcu..?,,.atfaz.1"1 wntuini a COtirON 9ftlicK,!!i..,.l.,.,l.V ' ', holder to tho eeloctlon ot Iho World's Modol Mauasdno. Tlio taritiwt In l,KAllltL14l"H ItlflNTIir.V la ill.fln nn ,J SA.-iVM1 ,, ""ko", 'iron anon, una ino not I'pltur.I'omlly Mnmuslno tuned. 1D8U will lio tho Twoiity aecond your of Its pulillcalloii t It 1. 1 continually Improved mid so oxtemlvely ? V" ,V,uf ' '.a tho front rank of VuiuUy l'erlodleiilj. nnd cqnul to nny innmulno. It cputaln 7i pauc, lariro inmrtn. sv Iiu iiidhei. riorjantly printed una fully tlluatintod, l-iiih UtUod hy W. Jcnalnits Uouioiust, Now Vorlr, THE SENTINEL AT $3i00 PER YEAli, Jfcw Point, A. J. lClino and wife wero Willing In Oregon Monday. Ii. 1 VunUbn left last week for hU home In Nebraska. Mr. Painter will havo his bam com plotcd in n few days. -John Cnln mid wllo.ci Forest City, pcnl Sunday with us. Mrs. Mm lot, has uttiined homo fioin her visit to Marvsville. -James ltiiltB, of Andiew couiily, is Milling bis father ul this place. Wm. Uiffonbaii-li has arrived from Nebratka. He thinks oi locating therb. Mrs. T. 1). Kobiitb hag gone to L'urkvillo M.O., 10 visit some of her re latives. Ii. Until, Wm. Hoult, Atkins broth, ers will l ol in ii iioin ihelr trip through Nebraska this week. Now Point Is nelliug lo much goods, for they say lt is hurd to (jot It hauled up from St. Joe. O. (J. Howell has purchased a iiinglo lantern, aid will glyo froo ex hibitions at school homo every Satur day night. John Uiihl is hunting nil over tho county buying up produce, which ho hauls to St. Joe nud ictuiiis with goods. tt ill Carson bus just relumed from atrip to Children, NubinskH, which country ho likes very much nud will locutu thoio. Levi Oren leaves New Point tho 10th for Forest City, where ho en gages In llio Homing mill business. Wo hope ho may lluunsh. Uobt. Cain has returned from his tiip witli a cur loud of apples. 11c says thoy tried to beat him out of his apples, but did not succeed. Eekhai t &Webstcr are prospictlng for a site for u new store building The boys aro Inking the lead hcio nml we ll Ith them success in business. Wo would advlso thai gentleman to inquire next lituo hu fees a Jug a hat it contains before sampling its coulttnts. Jugs don't always contain ulcohol, D. Webster has returned homo w th his bunny brldo. Wo eAtoiid our best wishes to Hum, nnd hope his bildo may find our llltlu villugo us pleasant m nor former home. County Court. Tliu rojwlar term of tlio County Court Konve nud on Monday ai.d is still in ses sion, till the judges being present. Joseph Flory picsented a pellliuu asking lor a public road wlileli was re ferred to road coii.iiiiesloncr; Ed. Vest also piusviilcd pellliuu for public road which was alto lcfuitcd to the samo o llicer. Ksipure Carter was appointed con stable fur Forbes township. Thos. Jennings uu liisano person was oidcred to bu convoyed to Atchison county, by Sheriff Cummins. Tho road petition of Wm. Hanks was continued. Tlio load commissioner was ordered, to survoy and make repoit oil tho road petiouud for b Win. I.miidord. VV G. Melnlyio, 1. Ii. Whiltnor anil A. J. Williams wore appointed lo assess damages uu road petitioned for by Ar chie (-harp. S. 8. Furgooon's road pellliuu was continued, Tliu loud petition lukitii; for vaca tion by J. W. Maun wns grnutud and loud vacated at coil of petitioners. G. W. I'rollor.W. S. Glfford and Levi Dovorss were appointed to assess dam ages on road petitioned tor by Joseph Collier C. K. Currioiyif 15i2elow,N J. Kyger of Uiogoii, und Deo licolor, of Foie.it City, wero cacli grunted dram shop license The fifth biennial session of the Gialid I.i-gion of Select Knights Of tlie Atieieut Older United Woikmuu, of Miisnuri, closed its labuis 'I'liiirsdny of I-it week at Muheih by the instalhi lion of tliu following ollleers, lo-wit: Ceil. II. L. Dean, of llrceicnride, ru-elecled grand cuiminiudcr; (iuti F. W. Aveiili, of Kansas City, annul vleo commai.dui'; Col. J. S. Sterrelt tho poiular coinmaudur of tlio Third rcgi lucnt, griiiid lieuieiiiuit coiiimaiider ; Dr. 1). II. Shieldf, of ilatiiiib.il, ru oieeted grand rceoider; V. I). Hal yard, of .loplln, ro elected TreaMiror; lien, Fihiii is I.unnigpr, St I.ouls, grand standard bearei ", N.S. (ianliier, Apple ton Cny. grand marshal; F. D Sujiloi', commander of tliu second brigade, Maryvlilc, grand senior workman; W. W. Creen, Centrnlin, grand junior wnrkman; Dcnii Saniges and II. II. Clark, rcpi'i'scntativus to the supreme loiiiun, whiuh will couvcho at St. Paul, Minn., In 1887. The next si'svion of the grand lecion of this stale will be held at St. I.ouls In September, 1887. A Dispnth from Kansas City Fays that tho police lint! a photograph tnkuii ul tlio murdeied Kutlo Conway's ovec, and Unit tho plcturo will bu cxnmliieil by ii powerful micro-cope in the hopo that ihe portrait of tliu iimirdorur will bo discovered. The theory that tlio ioi inn ol tliu oyoota dying person will retain tho last visual Impression of which tlio brain was cognizant wns first broached about 80 years ago by somo imnginativu French r nowspnpo writer, 1 1 is aiticlo was t-o well wrilleu and went into such climimstantiid du tail of lliu enso which ho alleged lo havo occurred, as to powerfully itrroat publio attontlnn, nud ona ortwooxperi incnlH wero actually mndo, wo bolieve, by koloiillllo mon, to dotermluu tho truth of tho theory They resulted in fnlluro, of (ionise, and tlio story was branded as a canard. Somo writer aftei'ivard made tlio Idea tlie tujjili1 polnt of a blooibiind thunder fcrver Tu Ihe New York Lodger, and it may bo i no rocoiiiicl'dii oi mis which lias cans, ml tho Knisns Cltv aiithoriliui to mako the uxpcrlmuiit. Uiifortuiiaiuly foi llm ends of Justice, It will bu a failure. Tho i oil nn of tho ujo has no such proptutles as tho sensitive plnlo in tho cumoin, and retains no visual impressions, Tlio repented false stories uf tlio pas, migeof tliu lltilgarian Irontlcr bv tlio Servian troops shows how very tlollo. nle tlio situation in tlio Ivist is, but tlio fuiluio of tliu Sorrlmis to coiiimit us yet any overt act of wnr, excited as they have been, shows nlso how tight tin. rein U which tho Powers aro kut'p. Ing on llio small States, Tho longer Ihu peano is kept tho loss tlio danger of war grows. 'I lio forces on both sides aru composed mainly of mllltm, 'nnd thoy bear Inaction mid nbsuiiro front hoinu vory badly, to tlmt at the days pns, and nothing Is done, thoy aro less ami los3 ougoi' to do anything, Tho Porte, on the other hand, n apparently collecting troopj inmely lo give itself a L'onil standing with the I'owiirs, Tliu h)..3on uf 1877 was ho sevuru t hat ovon If the Sultnii wero ns well prenaivd now as ho was tlion, Irom Ihu military point ot view, ho would not vonturu to uso Ida niiny without permission from his Kuropoan patrons, for he knows that tho next inUtiikti lie m.tkes will lose him Censtiintluoplu.