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Money "to Loan -ox- THM3: $!.S0 Ptf! YEAR IK ACVAKIE I'riilay, Jusi.v, li. 1SS.S. ottom farms And A!! Lands In Holt County. What to :!t With tin-lit. Then, is no othtr fjiisMin wheh so frequently asked 1-y parents nor any which is so diflicrlt to lind a tit :wi;i fur. as "What shall we ! with onr iinye?" Of course, the bins haw been ; srnt tn school or college, but the educa- j ;i')ii they received there, even if they ; wore graduated from one or Use other I nf the scientific or technical school ol Harvard, Lehigh, Towne or Stevens, H ( ant preparatory to their entering upon some promising oceupatiiin or c.ircir of activity of bicad or fortune win- To all educated men the p-nfcsion of tbc law. of medicine or joiinialism is open, but sim.larly arc all thej-c protes 8ioi:s crowded. To be slime, there is tilways room for one more, provided that he possesses extraotdinnry abilities Among tlio topmost branches ol all profcs-ions there are vacant space t u njh.bat it is not easy to leap to them at a single bound from tbo college boy's desk. " It requires not only a great deal of peculiar ability, but much time, am bition and persistent uffortjto climb to them. For every empty place in I lie profes sions worth contending for there are scores or hundreds of cager.well equip ped aspirants, and only one can gain it. The common mistake nude by the bright, imbitiou young fellows who liavo just left college, and who arc planning gieat careers for themselves is that of not going outside the learned professions. All the honor of achieve ment, much less all tbc fortune, is not to be found in then). Indeed, the great est honors or the largest fortune have not been made by piofessional men, but by men jvho took off thrir coats rolled up their sleeves and went to work in more material pursuits. lJut, it is urged, that outside the pro fessions capital, and in these dajs of gigantic "trusts" a great deal of it, is essential to pecuniaiy success. In what is called "business" capital is a primary necessity, but there are other things that can be done besides pleading, pbysicking,wnting, buying and silling. All the railroads have not yet been built all the bridges constructed, the electric problem is not half solved, chemistry is filled with undiscovered secrets, the capabilities of the steam engine are not yet exhausted, and the capabilities of motors o'her than steam are yet but in the very infancy of dcvelopement. There is wealth jet in the lathe, the loom, the anvil, the lever, the pick, the hammer, chisel, axe and saw. The college man, witb his superior information, his riper intelligence, should make a better master mechanic than bis uneducated competitor. He should bo a better minc,faetory,turnace, fu... tub Wiu n!iu uAs u.iu leUUIUU' Vantages of learning than he. The whole field of active incnstiy, of prac tical mechanism, is open to him. and the more tboiough his education the more shrewdly he should sow and the more profitably he should reap in it. A few bright, witc young fellows aie finding tbis out : they aio going into the shops and mines and forges lo be gin at the bottom of the ladder. There were six graduates bound them selves apprentices the other day at the Auroia (Xew York) machine shops to li am the trade of tnaehini.-t. If they use their superior knowledge alight, if they persevere a fcwyeais in their pres ent determination to make themselves masters or practical mechanics, they will not long continue ordinary machin jsts, earning only the wages of such. They will become master workmcn.su perintcndetils, managers, proprie'crv of works. ISiil if they Uit to do tlia', if they never emerge fioni the position ot the intelligent :irti-:m, they will even then cam more per annum than do many doctor, lawyers or journalists. Besides lhat,lliey will live strong, man !y ami (helpful lhcs; honest ones too, which shall ho free ftom the sorry pie tcnee of impecunious gen'itily and that wearing, intei unliable ciloil to live 'like a gentleman" on an inadt quale income. The answer to the parents' question, What, shall we do with our boys?" is. put them io work in any place where their education will help lhein to achieve the sueeessol hcaiihful, manly, useful living. Interest reasonable ami payable annually. Amount antl time to sitii dm borrow' r. For information, rail on me at tin National Hotel Forest City on every third SslFridav nntltitliie Riverside Hotel t'rnisr on haturaay of pads month, or, address me at i.iiii t.rove iioit County, 3I.KS.Miri. T. M. Ill'DGfXS. Gallant Injralls. The following briuf summary of Sen ator IngaUs' reply t- Senator Voorhecs, of Indiana.we take from the Associated press distiches. It is well worth read in;, and no doubt every loyal Kepiibli can in Holt, will cry amen: When Mr. Ingalls aiose to reply to the passionate and hasty personal as sault of Mr. Voorhees, it was observed that the latter became extremely ner vous It dawned upon him at that mo ment that he had made a fatal error and that his political doom was about to be ealed, lor he saw the senator from Kansas take from his desk a large SIBERIA: Ita Secrets Itevralrd Gctir Herman's TVonrlerfuI Journey. ., JIOST interesting contri bution to secret history will bo the illustrated pa pers o:i "Siberia and tho Exile System," by Georiro jvuiiuuu. v. men uein ! A' Frank Leslie's Popular Moutlily For May. Attention :s fixed on Germany. One veteran tuler, the Kmperor William, has jut passed away, and the grave is ever now ready to receive his successor The crown will rest on three heads in a rheie aie elements o' C. HOBLITZELL, DKAI.Ki: IN LUMBER and BUILDINGjSr ous journey of 13.000 miles, in tho interest ot The Centu ry, ilr. Kcnnan. author of Tent Life in SiUsii. etc., had spent four envelope, out of winch he dtcw oflieial j y conversant, with tlio pcoploand tholaa- . doeuiiicuts, manuscripts and records. I &aX?' andhad reached the conclusion that 4 ! thn Riissim finveriiTiicnthad been misren- These were all facts which Air. Ingalls 1 resented, nnd that the exile system of Sibe- I, wl I... lit in r,,,,.!!-,. i.i- ..nli. , ria was not so terrible as was supposed. Had liUd in rtene like j c.iunon load-. Knowin, that 3In Kcnnan hcW these ed with broken glass, rusty n.iils and views, the Hus?ian Government gave him ,..!, i i., I.:.. f.,.:iT...i.. every facility for a thorough .mt inn.1 w. .in iiu in iii.nii ivsnr.rrrinv r.p Mt.vr.s and rm?oxs He first drew of Siberia tho most thorough that had All Grades Pine Lumber, Flooring, Siding, Finish, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime. Hair, Cement, Etc. L--lf von cni'tfimihtP liiiilclliiK, it ill lie l vcitir ailv.intase t' call nml ex:itn liicnii Vt'ock a'ml K' t liners lirfi.re you piireli ie Will ni.ike II to jour inl.'n-st to call i.iul let mo flaiir on anv liill m waul to liuj. ! r.-tnrii llianks lin-u-liiiifrs for p:.t f ivnrs ami solii-it v-ur nalnma' In tin futiiie, pri'iniins tu deal Mill, as Iiereto fore, OX Till: .SytJAItK-KAST MIOK, i a iiimpi. " '" i mm mm m mwi n mntn I Vonrliee, in recomiaending a ftiend for an apptnntmenl to a brigader generalship in tlic confederate army, ' expiesscd his full sympathy wi:h sti - ' cession and ihu war ol Ike south. Fo!-, lowing this Mr. lug ills for Uiiee-miar-ters of an hour produced unanswerable proof of Voorhecs' connection with the ox Tin: m.M list RELY ON THIS ! For Speeail Bargains in Furni ture, go and see the popular and reliable Furniture Dealers, Wei gel & Roth, HO and 112 North Third Street, St. Joseph. Missou ri. Their stock comprises com prises everything imaginable in the FURNITURE LINE. Their goods are just what they repre sent them. You can save from IS to 20 per cent, by buying from this firm. When in the city give them a call, whether you desire to purchase or not. They will take pleasure in showing you through their establishment. Remember, lOEL & HO and 112 North Third Street, ST. JOE, : : IMIO. 'a ' WEI 1883. 1888. A rPrPTriTrPTrT.T Farmers and loan Knights of the Golden Circle, the Suns of l.ibeity, and the leadum tiaitois of' Mr.Kcnnaa's preliminary papers has re ' . BUllCU 111 JUS UCill J'lUCCH me hoi 111, nini suon cu uiai 111 n:s i;nv ; ollice were stored rituals of the Knights of the Coldeu Circle, correspondence, with the leading officers ot that oryaui-; zation in the country, it- eonpi:ators in Canada and the political night riders of the period. Voorhees' anger was unbounded. lie grew pale, his vohe Ucmbled, and he shouted across the chamber epithets and such wolds as "Liar," False," "Hase," Unfounded," tiil Senators Heck, Cockrell, ISutler and others about him moved tip and begzed him to de sist. The scene at this time exceeded desciiption. The overflown galleries broke into uproarious applause at inter vales, when the chair threatened to have all arrested who did not keep 'qui et, and then the immense audience lapsed into a quietude so perfect that one could hear himself breathe; a mo ment more and the audience would lose its presence of mind and every thing would be conliisiou again over some scoiing rem irk from the Kansas senator. Finally the climax was capped by Mr. Ingalls when he retorted to an ins 'lent m tho ilay Vcntunj masv ! sin-lo ear. 4111;. 1UL1 I1111V1UUUU1 1, . . -ii .,..r.t results of what is bo- I "'''I' "it,i,i'' m fff11 i'"0 'hat of the lieved to be tho first sue- Kmperor William, whose life covered cessful atlccpt by a com- , 1 , petcntinvostifratortonialto I the most of our cen'ury. I he s'ory can a thprouKh study of tho tl . ro:lI in n r illuUrated aitie-c in Kussiaa exile svstem. Ue- J . . . . foreundcrtakine; hisardu- trank Leslie's Popular Monthly lor May. The number deals with our land and Mr. W. K. Mel'anii WlU the story ot the "Star Spangle Hannei" and its author K S. Key. ''A Weed's Jaunt Among the Lakes of Central New York" is dcivitfd to.a n.-lecled pari ol our land, v. hieh i NkwIiitb w. uld fnr-ni-h a thousand themes to (he pc( and painter. Dr. Vav.S'l et givus a dlig!it lul stnd of our u.iiiw Warbler-". An other article Ic'U of 'l'neval-ki'.-. Ad ventures in Centri d Asi.i," showing Russia is hiving ln-r plans for her snay to the borders of India, or perhaps beyond them, (nirgica: university Harvard, is brought bcloie us in its actual con dition and e.nlier history : and what l.$s'iis the photograph teaehi s of the ll.ght of biids by sh. ing a series if I instantaneous pictures, mae veiy cur- I liiiK i-i..ilii!'r Wild ui'li m!1 t li --s nn.l by tho Russian Government, and copies of 7 ... i. j. Tits Cciiiu.li coataininfj them have the oil- i v-ours Isy A.I- .1. Austin, t jeetionablo article, torn o;:t by the custom ! n:!;ow,l'. Kit a V. I'.eive and others, officials before bciwr allowed to enter the . Czar's dominions. ' the magazine gives mi endkss aniouut "I expected, of course," says Mr. Ken . Gf inter, still" -init a'ti-ietive reading nan,in a recent interview, "to bo puton j OI "'ci-Miiy an'i u.iiim le.ui.n tho Russian black list. I am only thankful I ..., .... that I succeeded in rroisinp tho frontier I - rle poilmls in.sl l.lo l. 1UC with all my material and paperseomingthis ' Wilson & Jnick".s fur $1.01) cash, way. I became satisfied before I Rot half i (rNi'UAi. biiKi:ii.x is leporlcdas saing that iie would rather be the father of twins than be pre-ident ever been made oy a traveler. Armed with i letters from tho Russian Jilifiistcr of tho Interior and other liifih. officials, Mr. Ken- i nan went every where, iusiK-ctinc mines and prisons, convict barges and hospitals, and how traveumr witu cuaiuou exues aionij mo . . creat Siberian road. Uo mado tho intimato , pushing personal aciiuaiatanco of more than three , ciiin i -inil uuaureu tj.:ieu jiucr-u- uuu iiuiiiui manj- of whom wrote out their histories for his use. Tho actual facts, cs revealed by this Rcarchimr investigation, wcro far re- , moved from ilr. Kcnnan's preconceived ideas, as this thrilling narrative of fifteen montus' privation and adveuturu will show. At is already known, tho publication of Jill xm, m.A fas I most intcrcstine scrio3 of pictures of Rus sian and Siberian life and si Fresh roasted peanuts at E. IMIcs tc'lcr's. Thk New York open campaign of cud ClcTelard. Sun says that an thirty dajs would Eggsfo- batching from Lt. I!ramah3 and Iloudau-; line stock. II. C. Schmidt, Oregon, Mo. Titi:i:E aie a gieat many men who seem to have no higher ambition in life than to be cuiisideird chumps. 'Caps them all" the "Indian i" and ' Iliown's" tongueless cultivators at Vilon & QH'ekV, Forbes,Mi--sntiri. 1'iires lower than the J-we;t. Sam .Iom:s and Sam Sni.iil' will help (he good people ot St. Louis carry local np'iwi at i Iti- coming eleetiiiu. A large tent is to be erected that will accommo date -tjOrO I'ople andtuey will hold Ho inert ing- cadi d iv. . Your Attention is called to the Fact that I an Manufacturing the Best Harness Made in this or any other County in the State. I warrant every strap In my Harness and mianiati'e s.ili-Iaritun. le .1. (!. Iloirin.inii & Sons' P.est Oak Tann.'J Leather, the liu-t that can be limiKlit Ektj strip is seleiti'd with ear I'Ire it jrnes hitu the llan.css. Carry a full line ol Iip Iiitt rs. Horse 1'nvers. I.".U1iit, Mesli. Cnnl anil ruttnn. Fly Xi"ts Harness Oil ami Snap, roil.ir Vails, ami all k!ni4sif Swe.it l'ails a l.ime tncl: of SponniT's Pat ent, Wyeth's r.iteut, Oeiniine Wool Faced, Hair Faced Collars of all kinds ; a line assortment nl BiiSjry.Tcam and I-I1 i n ir Whips. Will save you from Ten to Twenty per cent, on Huzzies and Spring Waeons If you will cive we a call. You arc specially invited to call and examine Harness. Irani prices mid to ue jour own com lotions. Yours Trul, si:rri:ssoij to AXIE!tSOX & IIOYU, OREGON, RXISOTTItl. CATJTIOIT Is All Excellent Quality In Man or Woman. Many paople are exercsing it by calling and mak ing purchases from one of the largest stocks of goods ever brought to Holt county, Our new stuck of lit Ui fiUUld M MM made. scenery ever Wh La llllllf 518 Francis SI. Oyer FosblGcc. KtshlMit of St. nul pritinhit'iit flU. 'jh of st. PRACTICE LIMITED TO or tiik an tl fir. .'iim. I'raetlca te-!;:(l liv..Uy:jH'.'M d!?- n. n-nriil- Iroiii Voirheos lie s-ivino-- "Did ' tnerciorc, wun a cenaiu ueRreu oi cumpm rem.it iv iiom oorntes in sajing. imi nh o,,,!.!.,- u i,.,-tre lmt. thp not tliu soldiers of Indiana threaten to borsolms been stolen and I've got him." , . . . , i i Mr. U. A. Frost, artist and photographer, haiic; you on a tram with tho bell rope . pr nie,i Mr. Kcnnan. and it is txjictcd between Terre Haute and (I: eon- . that tho results of his work will form itho castle?" Quiet as a Hash Vorhees sprang to his feet and in the most dramatic manner rushed forward and pointing his linger directly at Itcpresentntivc Johnson of Indiana, who sat immediately behind Senator Ingalls. and excbimed: "I hurl back in the teeth of the scoundrel, vil lian and dirty dog who sits behind you the lies he has put in your month " Instead of applause there were hisses Irom the gallerii which swulleil into a storm. Further on, in trying to ex plain the evuleiise produced by Mr. In gall of tho connection ot Voorhecs Kiuiitf,,fti!pflhffWiiftfioiiavo;iii!il9 organization, the latter said "that they were the result ol a political job put up on him by his cnemic?, at which ex planation there went jeers and hisses. Every effort to cvplaiu by the senator from Indiana was a mweiablc failure and amounted to nothing short of an apologr, which made his colleagues hang their heads in shame. Alter the disgtisuns interruptions had progressed for some time. Senator Iny alls, turning to the senator f.om In diana, exclaimed: "It this was a police rouit the gentleman from Indiana would be sentenced to the iwek-pilu for being drunk and disorderly." Tho remark created a sensation and directed every eye towards the senator at wlueli it was nude. The result ot the sent my was not inclined to leave an impression in the minds of rhosc present complimentary in Mr Voorhees. BOAnntSO A COXVICT ltAttOE. through Siberia that I should never bo per mitted to go there, aain, and that nf tor tho publication of my papers no other foreigner would bo allowed to inako investigations there, and I lost uo po.ssiblo opportunity to' securo accuracy and thoroughness. I brought back more than fifty pounds of notes, papers and original documents, many archives, besides live or six hundred fools- per dozen, or lower. Halt dozen, sl ... cap pages or manuscript, prepared jor mo l5L.:11tifnl scenery ot all Kinds I by political exiles in all parts of Kiocna, and - coveriiiB tho most notowui thy episodes of 1 here to stay. Louie and see me. 1 their lives. I can repard tho black listing, The Kidride "IS" Sewiii' machine sold on the guarantee that it is the best that can be tu ale. For sale by T.J. "ill;ni;un, Fore-t City. Tiif. fact llf.-t t-iliy-shi et forging is btcoiiiinr iitipop;.! ir in the orth is an omen for good. When buldozmg and tissue-ballots cm lw made eipially un populir in the South, then we may hope for a fair election r.nd an honest count. NOTICE: riiotor:iph; Cut rate (or the next sixty das; Cabinets, $1.& am SI I Zook. i Tiik Ii.diana Peitiocratu: state con vention declared itself as uiudlcrablj oi-no-eil to prohibition : but thisilteiar- ation will ipjt prevent the thiid jiaMy prohibitionists from stiiinpiug ihe state til's fall in the ir.teie.-ts of the deao eratic Bandidates. Khtiiniatisin ind Xeiiraljiia ctned in 1 to : days Ur 7." cents by Deletion': "Mstie Cine.' Io not suffer and waste money on o'her remedies This absolutely nevei f iti. Sold by Ilindo & i'lii bruk, Orejoii, Mo. EYE mm a Hi 51 e b Sal a k 1 IsT.I. A takjiki: living near St. Joseph I staited to town 'w th a load of hay. I xestciday. He was also smoking a pipe j He carried the iion-woiks ol las vai:on Inline in a sack, and sajs lie. will buy a iigi one as soo.i aa uis nair "tu'.vs out so he can go to to-.t n. English Spavin Liniuieiit removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps and blemishes from horses, blood spavin, curbs, splints, swee icy, stilles, sprains, soieand swollen throat, coughs etc Save ?.() by use of one l.ottle. Every bottle warranted by llitide & Plnlbriek, Druggists, Oitgon, Mo. rmiiM'n .,1 I'i-troi-ti4n : ' IVnii'-vIv.iiit;i I oilier, (if!lstimv. Pa. Mfiiirul ::!i.l Sui.:ii-,il ltt-;iiii.ile vl The .".Iidic::! i- i:trtt.n-;i nf liie t'nivi-isily of M.iil:nid. 1. ilili.nn.'i 1". Cr.t.!i;:ili' Sniiicnt null j I'riif. Mears. I)i-!:inus:r;iliir id Surgery at the .leu 'r-:i .Mi'iiir.ii na-'-, riiu.i.. ,u T.i, and the -f tm IliipUm-. l'iner..ty. liailiniiiie. M.inlaint. Brazillian Pa'ublc Leases Adjusted far all forms of Defective Vision Artificial Eyes inserted. AN OPINION WORTH READING. To tin' Kililur of Uk-i. iA'tte : It atlurils in" Sre.it flt-aMire tu tu iiti'e tu Ih-;o-li liniMiii I;1 the ability :unl -kilt di-pi-ued tiv lr. W.t". Itntelrr. nf !lii cilv. in the m:uri!:inu'M n"i!i- r,-i . , ...... i Irani- iita . .11:11 1:1. .iitt'in ii'w ;i. in , ir. ii i- 1 .icru uere many who s uit that lie was i hi p ir;i. ;:t.ir. l lu- dn.-i. r a liii-ie'd and ,up- ptleil mr' -.iiiviiries tn.il aie all that I nrild ili ire. They eualile we In read i'le:ii!.viiinlt :i-.ity and iiriKrriite daily dutii-N wilhcuutfiirt mnl N.itislactiim. itesiiotlulh. Sii.x-. Woonsoy. Kx-Hi-i'ri!orid 3Ii-oui I. KEn-:::i:xfi-:s. T. Cnrrv, flrei.n : M. S. :..irni.m. (ten. .las. Cr..iir. Kx. !".' sil.ts W.mi.Imiii. St. .lu-i'i.'i ; llmi.tl. W. V.H'iary. l ite Scity. f ai and 1'. S. Circuit .ImUe. Kansas City IB it nm.n Are now being placed on onr counter and we invte inspection. We can give you Prices That Win. And you will be correspondingly happy. OREf! $ SEQEIfj new point, mo. Itch, I'raitle Mange, and somtc.ho rvery kind, on human or animal cured in '.') ininues by U'ooll'urd'r. isnitary Lotion. A sine eiuo and perfect 'y harmless. Warranted by Hindu & I'hilbrick, druggists,Oregon, Mo. The General Purpose Stallion, OYOLONE ! Will make the season of 1888 at my iarm, iour miles northeast of Ore gon. Terms, $10.00 to insure mare to be with foal. PEDIGREE AND DESCRIPTION: CYCLONE is a chestnut sorrel, with two white stnnkinnci hp nlrl- civfoan snri nnn.holf honrfo k;nk. ,..n:U Pnvcr, without change. " " i uinimii "iiu iv IIUI I iiuuuo lllllll . VlCIUlia 4 ne I tar . it . t . . . . . . . . . laboring under something moie than the exeiletnent of the ho :r. If Scua'or Vorhees has any aspira tions to tho presidential or vice presi dential nomination, er any ambition to further politie.it honors-, lie may as well banish them Irom his mind alter the proceedings of to day. He made a piti able spectacle of Imn-clf, while (he sen tor fioni Kansas disclosed a record of the senator trom Iadiana wliieh makes him vulnerablo and open to any kind of political attaek. 1). SI. Mai tin has taken into con sideration that some of our very best farmers bad very poor cr. ps last season, and if you are in need ot harness sad dles, collars, wagons, or bugrjies, it will pay you to see him. Tlic Htcrliiigtoii System Of nearly 0000 miles of Steel K ul,wcl ballasted, with Iron and Steel Hridges. an Kipiipment Unexcelled r.::L ocr 300 1'as-enger Trains Daily, traversing the great States of Mi-souri, Minois, Nebraska, Iova, Kansas, Colorado, Miiitiesnli and the I'erritorie--, with trains made tip of l'lillui.iu 1'iiLiee lecp lng (,'ars; the ituilitigtou's Celebrated Dining Cars, and improved Modern Free Chair Cars, is unquestionably the llotite tor travelers to take going Kat, West or North. i Three Daily Fast Train"? bslwcen I Kansas City and St Joseph, Atchison, j Leavenworth and Quiticv, Burlington, l'eoria, and Chicago without eliane. Two Daily Fast Trains between Kan ' sas City, Council Iilutl's, Omaha, Sioux j City, Des Moi:es, Minneapolis and St. j i l'.ml, with no eliantje. j Two Ka9t Daily Trains between Kan-1 isas City, St. .Ijseph, Atchison and! C. O.DENNY, di:ai.i:u ix iwrauTS Of all kinds, Sheet Music, Etc. Sam ples may be seen at his residence, opposite South M. E. Ch urch. Wiite or c.ill in O. DKX.W, 3Iotui(l City, Mo. BLOOMING AMI An interesting rm ort comes from Washington to the rffeU that Secretari Il.ivard is going to mairy the mother-in-law of the President. That wou'd make him the father in-law ol the Ad ministration, as he lias fur some lime pnst been its nmtliei-iii-hiw. Stnke while the iron is 1ml! Now is the time to buy laud in western Kan- j sas. J C Hopper wislies to mtorm the many people wishing good cheap ' homes, lh.it there is room fr.r them in ; Ness County. Kansas, and they would do Well to call or wiitc to hira at Non chalauta, Kansas. All letters will be promptly tinswered. Vmi:s Congressman Heed, of Maine, read Ihe provisions of the forlheoxiiug tanff bili his lacome comment was, "God is good lo the Kepub ican party." It may be all very well lo a?eribo the blundering of ihe Democratic leaders to Providence; but its lough on Tioyi-dence. Tin: war elided over a quarter of a century ago; but it will be ob-crved that the present Democratic House of Representatives is still willing to vote j-'.'O.CtK) In payment of a calm for the I tie of a building which the Federal I troops happened to occupy duiins the progress of that great remote conflict. Tiik Republican Club' now organiz ed throughout the country, under tie auspices of the Republican National League, promic to supply Ihe place occupied by the celebrated "Wide j Awake&"' 'ol lifiO. but more fjsteniati caily and effectually, because their or ganization is more thorough and com , p'cte, and reaches eteiy stctioii of the ! Union. j Tiik Democrats are uneasy over the i success of tiie Kep.iblican amendment lo the constitution of Kho le Island I They fear that the latter will forever ', Iosu the state and both Senators with j it at Hie next eivefou. They need not j worry about that. The present tegishi tutc, which is largely Republican, will ' elect a successor to Senator Chase and J Aldricl. will hold till "3:5. THEY DID IT. What? Cured among others th followimr. Tliey write: MS Central Ai.Ctarf!illlU.O.. ' January h. l Alhlrvhriy rula live curfit luecf liver coniiilamt nod ilrs'-r-M. I pit- ti ;f tb" nllii to a tnentl wuo tronMM vita imUin-Uen anil he Uza iDilnftl woa derrully. F. lu l.owrKiM r. 1 Eowttr SUXsw ItiTcn. Ct, ) r-bruary!iiUi.ln. t Ath-lo-r'""roil ''"3 ars p,!ia'1 an'' ideasant to take, yet wonderfully effective. Invaluable for kidney and liver complaint?, dyspepsia, in digestion, constipation, headache, etc. They'll take away that tired fceiin; giving new life and strength. aa-ScndC cents for the beautiful colored pic ture, " iloorisli Maiden." THE A THL0PH0R0S CO. 112 WallSfH. Y. THE BEST THING OUT FRUIT AID AB1TC YBSETABLB.UllA 1 1 nTlpnfcdbrerecMTinen la dlsplaThij; asili3e E lin-rlEg Eoods. by ftrmen to either and atora B fruit and TrccUblea, and nuket gsrdcacrs to tracipurt producta to market. AS A BERRY CRATE Tt Is made In two sizes to bold twenty-focr anj tliirty-stz iicort baskets rcspettlTtly, with hinged cover and racks to keep the baskets separated, and biD0).n allows free circulation of air, so trait is less liable to decay. Mode of best material, ars litfht, dnrablr, and ssperior to baskets, or mj other crate made. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST. LP. ROGERS, WARREN, PA. K. T. ALKIRE, Attorney at Law, PflMc AtoMslraior Gf Kelt Cony, tc- OI'.ECOX, 5IO. VillpractlPfinall ronrtsln Xortlnvest Mo; Kun-asain! Xctim-ka rnimptatteelii.ti giln In alt Iii!sii!es4 l.!i-et in Iiis liauiis. ColUctloiu l-niinutlyaltt'iiitetl ti. I Iif. MunUt'intenj. .IdVrt louche MONTGOMERY & ROECKEll Private Bankers,- okf.co::, - Missouri rpllectiosit risitr ami renilttnl Jor prcmptly Interest pant mi time ileinAit. Knrriri exclunirtr bnupht ami sotil. Weiueiiiattsonallllie i rill ci pal cltiM of (rnpniiv. KnI.init ami Irelitml. . Il::e ni.ttie Njcial urnieetitfnts tu collect money itr.e f rntu estate in tiirei.an eountrivs. Taxes i.til torniHi-rvt.telil'." Tlit-arcinmts nf luisiiirss men am! InttUWiiaU n Unit count v resumlullv solicited. J. 1?. KEAliXEY, Plijsiciuii ;iml Surgeon,' OliECON. MO. H!Ke-"ver lllntle & rinlbrlrk" itrua store, lli-elv to uie.:cr c.iits iu either iiieiliclne or siir-ery. V:n: iil ami re' ST. JOSEPH, (5KO. W. SMITH, Pro. Pcra A"hiikie8. Choice 'Wines aai Fino Cijari alway on hand. lI:'inL' tereiitlv i)'.tri !i:iMtl litis ilare and tltteit it up la tir-t-rhivt tjle. I reS'fi'tfully vnlicit til- i:ilrou-i' of mv'iiruiy Hvtt county IrlemK wh'tr l.i llii- e;t . Will site Iarm all a eimlirt wi-Ieoine. I'l.terfiiln tliein to tiie bet of lux al'luty una M'll tavi i notuuiliiit cliolecnna pure suoiN. (!E). AV. SMITH. ESTABLISHED 1842 . ilMiJ Thacbdm ENJiNESW V UK rF -f li sTFovers CM' , i-'fu turner ' MIS. fa HAVE HEALTH THE LIVER MUST BE KEPT IX MOE. lu. " r"r IJ,C"ptIl nl 13s unnil by aTnM m V.V. i0.'1 Ump.p.1 Con.iipion, aikmma, JttDdlc.Uml.rli0. Hjrla, KaaiU3tlaoi..te. It ieullc9 ai...i..bi.rnn.r!iininxF. Th.DH.orTa.!iS; bliro'.iu muiu Ant inidiM oiu us jou iu nmuUuo. THE ELDRIDGE B Is QUEEN of all. and nnsurpass able. Its extensile repuiailon prores It. Bny no other. Where not represented apply to us and gel " uaiHwi. aiso ringers ana others cheap. Liberal discount to ministers. Circular and Informa- wu irvK. ceciai inuucementaand protelon to sctiTe dealers. Applj at once to "! aouls, Mo., General Western Agent. us 'so 5 "t mi H 2 2 H o c 3D f 8 JD c o mo K-5 el- o . o 2 m o O T- lM - ?! ill TIE "OASIS, 'ftiv StTsjf . - MO C. W. lUKENS, ORJ2GOX, MISSOU1H. omce 1t tloor wcNtntritv Hotel upstair over Jtarklaml'i Shoe Store.Alt work warranted Kirst-tl.ivi. A lri.Ii supply or Vltattzril Air al ways on IijiuI. Olhcolioursfrom8tol2a.il., iim! from 1' to G r. zi. A full nptiercr lower set of teeth Jto 00 up (ioM nilum 2 00 up CoM. I'latlua, Cult.i lVrcha ami oilier fillnii 1 W up Tot tti exlrai'tiil v.iiliout Vitatlicil Air SO For -tnti' iitliuini-li'uti ra Vitiiiizvtt Air T3 ILiili aililtti;t:.il i " HOLT COUNTY NURSERY 50,000 Home-Gron Trees for sale . 50,000 Bern Pints, all W at Low Prices. t-i""?riil in our onicrs. or IioliI tliriii :i we i.I inaKe :n :iiv:is of ttie rminty. :mu . convince oil tlial it is to YOUB ISThKlAT l BUY HOME-GBOWH STOCK. Aitilres all orJet to X. F. KIUItRAY, Kint Orovr, 3Io. Colorado House, No. Ill i:nil J 10 Korth 2ml StrccS STe JOE, MO., JOSEPH OFPEflHEIMER, Fropr. (Successor lo l.VTL) THE BEST 1 EOLLAB HOUSE In Hie eilv. Pliir Pcds am! First Has Mrals lily 25 cents each. Flrst-CU" Itikerv lu coiineetieti wtlti ttiis lioutr. J'iiio l.tinrhes of all kir.iW. Hie Tor .it tills liouse Is one ol tliu Deal lu tliu my. Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars. St. Louis and St. Joe Becr FIJKSII OX TAP. GoGd Billiard and Pcc-I Tables. El DAY ill III. DANIEL. ZOOK, If'!? Negotiator of Loans. Oi'.EIiOX, MISSOUIU. Money ta Loan on Impiv-il Karrntla lolt County at Scicu per cent. Xo delay fc'lltu Utl perlnct. DR. JOHNS. MEYER VETE Hi X Ali Y SUKGEOX,. . Crridiri. o. th. Aimricmi V ttrrlnary ('II-o. Si.i-ceSMir to V-n Mnle & Mcer ii toiMtisI in St. .'n.:i, Mo., J". 217 South "Hi trret. St. .In-eiti r'M.U nce, X 4e6sintli ."tli inut- A!I ckI's liy i.nf! or trlrwin imriii.:ly :illi ; di'i to. ilnners of itock will ilo ue!l to -lie !.n ;i c.ill. JOI1S S. MF.VF.lt. S. S. BEVEK, 31. D., Physician & Surgeon, oi:i:noN snssoum. OfHcr over Advae.itcoille lny or nclit. Cill-i i SEnU; flitSHrt- 0;-; Mfi' WHIP E'3 Hi 3 Ac': ei.oTittxi:! CUrTHINi: ! CLOTHING: CI.OTIIIXt;.! CI.OTIIING! CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! AT KREEK & WATSON'S. Our NVw Sj.rhi SriM-k nf I(.tIiin?!in jn r rivril. an! we jtrc iiia- prcjinrt-ti ! rU "U Will Net be Underso'tf i Irsna np.p.p 1.300 pounds. Was sired by Star Hambletonian. he bv WIlBur,fa-"irB..: U UI- : U U.. D in" II !.t-a j - . . I""1 "-- nttlllJieiUllldll, IIB UV nVSUIKC namUieiUnian. iSI aam. b aCK fur Wr.5r Anv ti. ketn.rentean.riv.. Tnr: senate h:i pns.i tho iiin to i i Hawk Morgan ; 2nd dam, Whip and Diomede. Cyclone is a per-1 you maps, and time table of this weii j illvide Mai ota nml u.limi the Mm'licni ' feet niodft! in form. Vitll all the Style and finish Of a Thorough- ! known route, or you can address halt to the inron with ati the rrivii.-es ' bred, and shows great speed for his handling. There is not a ' , ! r.- i i I.- r o.-,'fl hnr.cn oTonHn In Unlr Pn.m,, B,n .,t J .J .i ...ii pv Gen 1 fcouthwestern . I'asseii-ier ascnt, v.. .......v.m'uu, ........... ... " iiuub aiuuuo tn nun uuu.njr. mai ban uui tiui oiiu uu. uuii ui", Kans:i Cilv Aio ivasivinu iniiim i.e ler.ne.i :i s.nei pany HUNt. T0r SOUU.UU. HIS QlSDOSItlOn CSnnCt hfi bfiat n the r A. C. DAWKS. vote, the rcpiiblieaH? voting fur its ailr '. unrlrl (Icn'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, i:ii-:oti, v.-l.il.; the deinecr.it ot the ; senate were ttiemionsly opposed to l!:e ! Bedding Plants ! The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Plants in the entire West. Send at once for a new catalogue i Iln.v. JI. L. Ci.Aitnv, of Missouri, it U leported, is making un effort to haye . th duties on plate glass, whieh the .Mill3 hill reiluees, retained at in esent tiaures. Doci thii mean that bs l satis- , tied with the reduction which Ihe bill ! makes in duties on lead :inil zine? I.e.-id i W. Piiikney, I-'Ccit.ir St, ' and zinc production are Industries A fiitlnncn IiavniL- Ijc-ii curcil of Ncrvotw I'nntnillon. Seminal Weakuen. I'rcin.iturp De cay, iiml alt tiie nil . nVctt of early imliicrctifii ami youtliful folly, is anxious to make known to otlicrs the slmpto m.Hlef CCI C.CIIRP To llioe who nlsli ami nil! tl.r UUIIi.. Slvp Mill tl.elr sjmptoms. I.e will semi (free) l.y return ni.ii!, a copy of tlic recipe siiceessfully nicil in Ills ca-e. Ad'lrcss. In eonfiilcnce, James v. of I Wonkrrs i list In ttiorsjnils of r.-riii-. lint aie urp.-"-.l liv the nur vets ol iiiicnti'iii. T!iom wlio if In n. ..I of i.rolit:ili.e iwnk lh:it can lin iIon niille IIyIiik :it liome 1iii.'it a( lUico n..nl llilr :.i!'lrrs t.i Hullrll A; Ct., Turn mil, MaIw. anil reieivr Irfr. lull Its foiiii.itioii hmv eltti.'rs.-T.of oil rise, can etir n from 55 lo :'Z' per !.tv.inil upn.irUs nhrrcvr ll.ey Iivo. Ytiii iin-st-irtri! frc. I'upi'al not rcK.uireil. Soiue han- i.ia.le oyer J.0 In a siuls ilay t tlili uork. All-Micrrril. passage of the mc.Mtro. I St. Joseph, Mo. 1 ne iost i-Lont cigar m town at I U. P. Hostctter's. li. sj. CENTRAL GEEEII HOMES, iith anil Jiilc Stroeis ' i ST. JOSEPH. MISSOURI.1 I ... ? . o.n...i.... OiUDI ril.OO for ISwtfki. cuusiiieriiine iinjminiiee in .ur.iia.uy s;OHITiri.E. i.ick (iA.KTTKnill lie s.rure- The !( State, iind so far as we can learn, no body in the State Democrat or Ilepubli can. believes the present duties on USTAIiLISIIEI) 1872. THE POPULAR FRESH FISH -IRESTAURANT, s. ran, wonrieior. m-iiUil a..f.m1 ii-pinnwl tit -tiV wlfrev li i rm rw.ipt'.f in wurlto if,iiar. ijii-r.il Freih KSali arn! OvMcts a Sp ciallj. 1 iif-rotujt ii!v-,! ,0 .r:"t.m.VTArA: z.t,vVtull Me;tli at All Hour-, Ji (Js. thee articles arc too high. Mr. M.1N, tX"l-.1; LoI hewercr. will attempt to re.lure them. ; im'-li-li":! on the Vmcricsn continent. CDCpi m Afl'.ll I.ir I.'lir.Mil " mmm mmm . rinllooia.s Connected. Will Mr, scheme? Clardy aid Mills in this! I Eicuard K.Foj. FranlcIIii Sanare. Nsw Yori nutli do .M:irkt