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Ou.vrov IS. FisV lias renounced his
ullegianee 1 the Prohibition Party, " IIon-. W. If. liarniiin. chairman of the National IJemocralie Committee, died at Liuio Hock, ( m;iec!ieiit, on "Jth ult. The members of the legislature nro nowgetling o.:e do!k,r a day Tor lli-ir .cervices Whic'e is just 100 cents a day inoro tLaii tfcey am worth. I.vour State Senate, on Monday, the House hill prohibiting billiard, pool.cnrd and other tables in saloons, was discuss al .several hours ami ikially r.iferred to a committee. Titiiiis-i-'s IN'ii.sion I'oSiry. J Hr.i:h is a chunk of very good advice. County Court. Corporal Tanner, tho now y appointed ' tfered treo gratis hy the Davenport j The regular May term of our county Commissioner of Pensions, when asked , ' 'azeltc to the rising (feneration: "Stand ; ,.r, ; ; rt.S!.ion"aril wu.t buskers is what iK.!:cy he ,'..mlj pursuo in dealinjf . l" "'' raeK, u jounif man. aim you i.;,, 4:..I);.v,j of it, j)rnt-tU:il and ! with the atfair of the bureau, said: "J . -'''-T in it. Put on your won:- business like manner. It is one of the can best answer thai by .liinling one of ing harne.-vj early every morning, and see busied terms of the court and the ou f'en. llarria.-w.ns remarks made during J"' 1:e,'I' vu,r,: and joii v. HI ' tjro .V(ek will no doubt be ro"uired to the last campa'gn. He eyid: "Onile 'v-'hv u"al,t :i linger. Wont wait for the j ,i.,K;sc. j the busir.es?. men, it is no tiiii. l iu :h,-apothecary's 'j1'1' -U)U v-';"ll ,,ut grasp the nearest j fri t:.. inater of the road petitioned scales when -.i o.iue to weigh the sc.-- ' i':'"'-e. IT you can't get . a month. ! f ,r j,y .Maijie Ilu.'. et a!., the defend ice.s of Iheiii.u who sale. 1 hi-nation. -lt ,!,k'J ?V) !ll''t!lil!-; ants tiled answer and .ibieetion. t ec:-ms to m- that this is a pretty g'-od "u '"'tier even if i! be only t'pon ,etition. the court expropriated mm a u ivti n in mm mmwk mm i tin iw mr-m km dm DS! n.ol'.o for all the people of the I'nited - - - - ; States to ad'.pt. II I were asked to !o M? -v :TlV.! '( '"'"J8"?" "l'T?-y this pension uuestion Massachnssct's .-lgnunt prohibition in-!- , 3ic:;tthat the people generally are;10 !l 'denee, 1 i-hould unh.-sitatingly pretty well satished with high licence ' r.'I'.y: . pension for every suivmng board. I'.it work, for the world is wat'-h- for grading the Kvans hil! in tcelion . on. The fanner. th- merchant, the . s tott Mh r.,nuv We have pkced on sale many new things in Swing Dress Goods and Ribbons, which will please you when yon give them an inspection. Are ex pecting our spring purchase of Trunks to arrive this week, which will be iiid local option. sohlirn v.ho needs one. and :i soldier's ITaVTVO ll,m.iri.1 11 V.':i!i':r'nn the earlv Aiii"rienn nat riots for llnee W'aut.' widow, ras her or not he; id I I am sfoinjf to take hold of t! business man ail are waiclnnu for hon ti. .,..! ; ,,r w ir t'.ivnfor ,.? ik:?K.StaSi !St:rr!W84 wm'j offered at prices lower than you have seen before. Our price-list, heretofore habits ii.eyv..!lpu.lyo.ido.M and h-.!d' hi ibe roul petit! in of N". P. Murrav. ! ITlli'lllll 1 fi , n iili'i'li 1 i published, still holds good. Don t forget that it is but a sample, and that fl.ys Tew Vi:ri: will now nlurn to it:; ' mijfMy i:i:m iiine and I am not fool "nual condi iiun of abject d.'votion to ; enouii io think I have r:o:hi-'- to l-arn liiitish lder-jard Kntisii lordiin-fs. r : . " " ' O, 1S OTrZ I Iltf ! . J iik war on t;io tw i;ie s; ndn-alo is et-1 -ire you m lavor ot :,v. increase in hi tinjf interesting. Wost-n fanners ar soldiers ix-n; ions'''' k1..,.a.ii - t..:.. ! ''"V . 1 ":ei.sMiia .; AJl. f-.,.,t.!v , .,. .Mlullll , ter's Held. D.ia't try to tfot soaielhinif I ejmn:is:-;ners. tor notliniif tiier.,a.Jle-ui.,to.u:imi.sa.i The ro:id commis.iioiier was ordered j acre is a l'im! u,u. a ir- " I livmif. a ivvm 1 in sum.'.- r.vnl i..;T.mn.l r..,- i.v i? livinjf. a ifoo-! farm.. food st..re.-...i hop. i U p.term and make report. " , P A QTT A TTTl DT- ! jfil .!liee of yiesr own, with hoii.) and , T.,. fdl'owi::" snnis ere ordered J2.tJiJ.Xt XX 'i J i 1 4.. .A. . z r 1. .1.1 i ' - - . 1 i.imik- ii.ii.i.-oen mm i-ii'ii iic.uuiy. origin , iraus erred mm t ie inim v revenue i . t nnd..Utocon-at 1631. mil witness: TEE SAME RATES OF REDUGTiOJJ APPLES TO OUR STOCK. TERMS All invited to give us a look, CIS TO SUIT THE TERMS, j jy.m are yoiii;; to -rive a man ainth-.n, t-l"'l',,! 'vteen ::o!irs a day battiiiu,' for it. i tment f,md. ;?!; jury : monVl'ithe me t nt .!hu 'd -o'e that ,m "0 r.li J,e i Kw,:I T,i:v ,K a, re-entlv issued a ' '"" f"'"'' I "Ff3 "fO W WW'Z' -.K-hiiu. If then- is an oid ,.,,; inrrm!i IW '1 b.,.ntj on gopher Ecalps was or- j h& $3 Iowa it is tapid live ininutes a'ler l!m 'l.her v.h-i has eot e'ai,,, that you an- n.r;li ,.Vj,t.rimeiit stat:-.ns havn Ikcii 1 "l'rt. n"se'1 fr"" 8 ' '' to 10 aaS"i .ici3jtiS, t : ii. ..1 . i i -. , iiiu iiiuj'O im crnim iL sty MiiiMiisi is a l'imhi ot and lias imi u; l.i """ ,L prove! it. my p. licy is to a-sisi him to M uoi: ( . Davis has been chosen j "'"'un' '"""r- '" m:'' !-;:-v- ' employ imf over three hundre.1 and s.-u-n-by Secretary Proctor to continue the ; ;lm PIos'd Jo kno.-kinif out soldiers' j t v i.-.-sons eii'-.-e'ed in -e;. rtilie investi publicatior. of I he records of the war of . claims becaus.- of a technical short.-om-1 .,..,; : Z. .'. i '.i. .ir' :..,.i,..,.. It l T . , in everv state, and that " ' -l- "r "nltm W!!f "i'l'omu u justice. , iare,,ov.il.suee.-.s!.doK.ralio:1.",' f''r township, vice ! rrvrrf-Tr: am Iho reb-IIic.r,. .Us will bo assisted bv two civillians. They are loLo complet ed within five vears. I)issti:ous forest lires haxe been ra injf the part week in northern Minneso 1a and northern Wisconsin, lt is fe.ired that many lives have Ien lo-4. as a tfreat sea of fire is s.veepimf everything before it. I no auioaut of dainajfo projH'rty is almost inealcalablo. Major John X. K:)waki;, one .f the 'I'. M. Hopkins, resigned, IMward Ki'-hanls was a:.ioini"d road oversee.-of district-vice A.C. Wilson, - 1 r . i. . it . . I-'or the current vear, fon-ress made an J " oiMricx. appropriation to the stations of &X&K I "v "' tinted a liwnsw to Key- and thev will receive from other sources ! !"'I,,S 'c.(:ilUa"a lo kwP a ,1r;im shop .i.-.. Ul ! "i ornu-sf. J lie court onlereil tlio opening ot the ATTi:.T IOS, fO"lIIAIKH. 'rroiilde on (lie Strip. Four Kkno, I. T.. May 1 -lleneial Mi.rritt line n.m- r.,n,l,... ri . . it: llif.rit Is finilnbii II n-tf;myn1 Inn 111 militar, mill t luseommaiid for thisand i . . ,. ,-, "." ' . (, i road petitioned for bv John K Hurst . t i- , -. i- '-'i-iK thoroilhlv eiiuippe.l, and in the ' 1 " ii.i- niii i Miiitiiu' iiiiii::ii iirri!ii--v null 11 t ' well-diieeii d elfoitsof trained i ...til t.-.l.l.. - . i. .; . . -.tlll -t 4J , u in Minikin le'pine uieir uniieti eiioris . 4 . . . . . ui t .-t 11 ' -M.-, tilt- r-t.ii ni;i- ci.- itiiii'.i, in to keep "tile strip" clerir of sipiaite-s if I the ifovenimept does no! soon open it for &-ttIcnen!. Word was received here nd olnvrs. 1'eier bearinoiit, John Schrant. and time, to aeeomeli.-i. work of i.-.esHmable J'Pb ('-'- y were appoinled com- I value to ai'iieuilure. and 1 1irn'.li'h it !o . !"V..V,:rl!r:' ,.-,y .,f t.w country.; at Jeiferson City last S:.turdav. He was I Sundav bv !K,mers on the U.rders-. !.,. . '" ln,,''t h'- '';Iil'''cd a, the , formerly connected with the St. .Tosevh ..... ....i.. "i 1 .!.. I be 'iuiiiiijr. A sudden resolution nee.1. .(Jazette. and at tho timo of his death was oceupyinjf ont( ortho tnlitorial chairs on the Kansas Citv Times. not lie look, d for. Fiitv years a'o, if a man had been promised tiOOO to l,o paid to his family In ovent of his death, for tho small con sideration, ono or two dollars jkt month, the proposition would have been regard ed as visionary in tho extreme. Xow such projiositions aro made, ' accepted and carried out evorv dav. its delnv in o'v'iie.i' un !!ie T'lierii'.-iK I strio and X V-uSs f,.u bnl :,ls,.,. ...... , tho (fM lesults of ini.cii of the experi I'lom its very nature, nissioners to view the road and assess d::i:i::res, as petitioneil for by Kd MeC.y 1'iie. cuart or.lnred a reward of c'llR' each for the capture of the Forest City bank roi.bers. . . . ... ... ...... . . i ? ed resolution to the offc.-t that tho mili i v ,1W ""l " .. ..:-. .i,. . . .. .. . i ' ftst for somo M'ar.s ti com. .-lunv ot ti t-!- i iiuh.it ri o:i.i."tir LiftJUl- I . , : Ml; Db. McGl.vxx, haviiiff failetl to abol ish poverty, Ijas taken to prophecy. He declares that unless tho strong arm r tho povernment is employed to put down tho corporations and to suppress capital istic combines, there w ill be no United .States iu 1930. Dut as a compensation 'for this melancholy state of alTairs tho teople of that era will not bo nlllicted vith Dr. McGlynn. HniiKAFTEK thieves cannot find Cana da a safo rerufe. Without waiting for a treaty amendment, tho Canadian parlia ment has pasted a law reiiuirinjf tho Dominion ollieers to arrest and return to the States any escaped thief or defaulter. With this protection taken away, the ollicialor employe contemplntm;r"a de falcation will hesitate before plunjfin;,' into crime. Mrs. Maky A. Locan. widow of Gen eral Iyigan, now in Kuropo chaiieronimf Uitj djuhters of (JeorRo Pullman, of .Chicago, will found a jKjst-ffraduato pourso in don,ostio accomplishments for yoiiug woman. It is to bo coniiccted -vilh nemo intitution in Chic-iKo, and in it youns la-lies will bo ablo to Icnrn everything that pertains to tho manaife 'inent of the household. Cait. MuiiREi.r-, who saved the Dan-n-irk passengers, has been considerably lionized ir; tie east, beinif tendered ova tions and RoJ(i rucdnls. Such damonstra lions rre incentives to liien to do their duty. Humnno people will do him hon ors but tho captain frankly admits there vvaa nothing heroic on his part and that, lis only did lite duty and therefore was not entitled to any special credit. Miss Tiei.eN GLADsroxK, daughter or .tho "Graud Old Man." who has been at tho hoad of tho movement for tho hhf h- Trouble is feared from those organized bodies. It is also reported that the Ponca In dians ara jfruwinif restless, fearinn that the boomers will settle on their reserva tion and tlisji-xwss them of their hinds. As an old Indian chief remarked, "Too much v'hito man here, make youn;f bucks mad." iiwm; uA.-.iiii.r.i:-' mci'sks. A report circulated hero yesterday that the new mayo, of Guthrie h;nl de cided to let the gamblers stay upon tiie stations have, as yet, just got in good .vorkinjf order. After they have all pa.-s-ed through their experimental stage, their clliciency and utility will rnpidly increase. payment of 8-" per day l.ceiue was indig nantly denied to-day h ou-i of the rer.i dents of that place who L;ft (here last night on a mis-sion to General MerriU. .niOi iiAKi::) n;i;iiairs. Another freight b!o-a.lo is ieporte.1 on the Santa l; kansao City an was to get General Merritt's assistance for relief in this direct ion that thegen.le men from Guthrio referred to above camo here. What aid the general can give, if :.av. in this matter so fori-iiu to his position remains to 1x seen, but the I (;- of St. Joseph, has people aro beginning to look to iiim iu I ';lr fr,,m Wc-t'-'n to this section as a kind of militarv gover-1 Mor.nd City. II.) ..r.::U.i:.i.!a!es staying with us lor some time. !u ? ho laid Jus b:ii!iej.5 prolit.ible an. I the oeuple ngree-ab!e. 3Ioii!iil City. - fj. W. Meyer was visiting his parents, last Sabbath. - Mrs, tiello Coliison. of j.Iaitlau.l, was ( ; X,.tti Anseliuent, Jail attending the V. C. T. V. Convention, last week. Prof. Dearnvmt was isitiug friend and relatives in the ceuntry, Friday and Saturday. Mr. Gregory, tho bid spring man, has sold oat his interests hero and will go to Adair county, Iowa. Tho teachers of the Mound C:ty .n ar ;,ivited to attend. seho'il. eveentiii'' Miss Ohiiinbli-S. who! r . e between Cuthrie .-..,,1 Ar.l , ...... , J 11 ''"'vay is sp-n.un; i".. r..r ... r ;r.....; . I""' ,!"lal'1 "'i,vui""p re-empi...i,.vil!l u-wwU (- vi(.:niu ' f..r another year. - C C. Mixir, a form?r resident of j Mound City, was in town S ttiirday. Mr. I M. is now teaching in Atchison county, ! and has been i rj sueees iful. 3Iiiii'ral Sii'i;ig.-, and Vicinity. - Ilev. M.iller preached Sunday. William Watt and Wayne Gil lis sold some hogs last week. Our f-cho.il is progressing nicely with il bcholars enrolled. - Mrs. John llucher is recovering from ! a serious spell of siekne-s. Mrs. H. C. Smith is spending a week with Ed. Richards and family. - Trma Dnrrett was visiting Hattie ee'e. Fred Ilrowning and John Ilagby were seen in this vicinity, Sabbath evening. Frank and hum If ur.kel, of Xew ' Point, pa mil through this ueinity Sat urdny. Prea-iiing next Sunday evening at li:e Union church bv I!ev. II. J'. Tnm'.v. I M!Z 1 I Imm 1 a v t Tiikkf. is more or less dieus'iion in ihe country concerning the piopositioii for extending the jurisdiction of the Tederal government over marriage and di'orce laws. Homo of ttio lock ribbed ttate rights coiuvrvative.i areojiposeil to the plan, but their objections are relies of . l .1 . i:..i . i ...... .... . tiie ii..'- aoii ineiu is lilLl.. 4.oi!iL Lll.it. tho grov.ing ini'oiivenifnces of having j forty or fifty different sets of laws in the uid then will start to Washington Territ jry. We wish yon sue es, Tjoii. - Uohort Giilis had the misfortune lo lose his house and i.H tho contents, am! barely escaping the !t..u of their lives. Friday night. It is .'aipio.vd that the tiro caught iu the kitchen; got under good headway and could not be put out. -Quili" an ex Mtemeul was raised :n this vicinity last week, bv a i.ki.I dog; he was first noticed in W1 i'.itton's tield. -Some Italian musicians" w-re :ii , 'eb .'..t the cun mid followed him. town. lii't week. Tiiay played in liir.r- j .shooting him several times, but none ent pa. ts of town, and had cry large ! -,,...;,. . i:,!;o ...r,. ... ijort Smith !it:al- gathcrings of people at eacli place. A course, tie-y diil not forg to t:.ke up a "coliei-ti in" aft.T e.ieh perfor.uance. - Mr. Iving, the youtisf editor of il e Xews, was married H.-1 wwk. lie and ciiuntry for tho regulation ot marriage . this bride w.e wedding ton: :t to St. Tunis, on their They are vx eeted home a nA, 4l., ,t f.. ! find .tleir... tteiM.r t.;T li. :i 1 .... t-..r-t , ,i.v..l..t(lt Ul u.llUll 1.JI 111.111 4 .tJillS, 1 . I , ,, , . . and is tho iiresident ..f Winniriim .-ol! f.,n,MI.,n .f r,.l l. !...,,- ;. I this week. May happiness and su ss lego Cambridge siiys that she is convin- i.eritan.-e, will force'tho new departure i M:lul llu"1 :,I"n-' ti", -;"urm'-v' ':t cocl that the "full cultivation. women s , Last Saturtlav evening the band intellect ual iwers has no tendenev t4 'J'111 "r M,l-r- T , !v killed iiim. A AN II '.. prevent them from properly discharging domestic tluties." An eastern correspondent nays "Hill, Cl.noland and Wiiitney aro all manoeuv ering for tho dcmocralij nomination "three years hence.' "Wiiat ar yer light ing about?'' id t!io old man to the little lioys under a ree. "Jim s;iid that bird's nest up thar is his'p, and ho lies." "And Jack said it was hisY, and gol-ihirned if lie wouldn't have it.'' Tho old man put. on his sijcks, and after a gixwl observa tion chuckled: "Why, tijar's no bird's pest up that tree for either of you." And imro enough tiicro V'iis'n't. Di:af mutes in the United States have increased live-fold iu the la-t -10 jears, while tho iiopulation of the country has only doubled, it Then will fellow :i( no o-.-.-,f li.: :..we ' LMiv an "open air cnteilainmeiit. Jmli tho demand for national bankruptcy ; f""m the selections they played. I laws or a rtable chara-.ter and naiioird I think they aro making line progress in laws Tor tin-collection of debts and the ' t!-'ir nrisic. Gur citi.ens sh.mld pat lixin? or exemption limitations. Tlio ! r.ni.e tlioso entertainment and make business hr.vs of this country are as far them as inspiring and interesting as l-chiud its needs and stales as the .--!.ige j l 'ssiole. coaches of i;r fathers were behind the i Mrs. Williams, of C.imeron.Missoiiri, railroad and telegraph for the convey-j was iu attendance tluring the session : of nncu of persoiis, goods and mesi-ages. j tiu Coiiventioi:, and delivered some very Stato liiii-s are of Hitiesiguincamvany J profound and interesting addresses. She longer. Tiiero are csniant intercom-1 is a woman of pleasing manners, ctiKur munications and removals. They are as ' d and progressive ideas. Last Sab'o.it h common now as were iii!e.-eijiimuniea-1 evening she lectured at Minnesota Val iums and removals across township lines; ley. titty yc.n-3 ago. That there should be T1... Virfb An.neil f! mvenllor. of 11. o is owing to the inter .MTerent marriagoor dear mutes. Sueti marriages " .1 " . .. " , e- . u' lm u'.n V"""-' " . ..,,Mt.,uiii,.r, tiii.t-it iit, . j,ere. ttie 'Jiiil and ;ir.l ln-lanls. - The following answers of various trade.-::e'ii to tho "I'.iestion: What is earthy Will be found to contain i-onie poetry and a great deal of truth: What is earth, sexton? A place to dig a grave. What is earth, rich man? A plate to work my slave What is earth: gravbeard? place to glow old. What is carlh.iui: for gold. A p'aco lo dig schoolboy? A ;.!ae A pc.i.e te were unknown Ixiforo the present system of education was introduced among lhisclas.4 of unfortunates. Dr. Ham mond thinks tlio coming man will be bald headed and another thinks he will bo about toothless. Hut both of them aro prerefablo to ljeing deaf and dumb. S'lonld such ulT irlunatos bo ; 1 lowed to marry. Mns. M :kay has won a signal pocial triumph in Tiondon. She has just gi"n the Priuco or Wales a raception that exceeded in splendor anything that had ver len given in London. This shows In tho strong.;;.! light the tendency of mtxlern tocicty. An hundre.1 j cars ago Mrs. Macknv could not have broken through Iho cin:o of birth and aristoc racy, but to-day tl.o Bonanza mine has elevated the poor lxiardirjg house keep er of Virginia City to bo tho cuunl of princess and tho supremo 4liciat..r of fnshiim in tho proudest capitals of Kuropo. It phows that tho ruling god of wxiioty at present is money ami not descent and rank. cmptien laws confronting one every! w.n ;,u,..jt.,i and eonsidei-able iuterett time he haipens to cro.-.s a state bound- wa.. t.lif(M; .- ..,1;.. The pro What is earth, for me to pl.iy. What is earth, maiden be gay, What is earth, widow? A phu-e foi mc to Wiep. What is earth, sluggard? A itlaeo fo.- i ine to sleep. What is earth, uoldier? A place for a battle. What is earth, herdsman? A placo to raise cattle. What is e irtli, sick man? Tt is noth ing to me. What is earth, sailor. My homo is on the Fea. What is earth, statesman? A place to win fame. What is earth, author? A place to HCADQUAltTEUS MUVKi: I'l.ST. (t. A. I!. I OiiK.ioN, Mo May 10, 1VJ. f In ai'Pdnlance with enters l-ucil from Xa I nn.'il anil Stat.; Ilriur.m. in, .:. A l(..ali numbers of Al.'ter lt will a-.'ii.Mi at l'..i Hi ailiuwrler-i on'Sunil-iv, M-iv :-i:ili. ls-:, :it I'l o'clock a. M., furilie iir:-.u l .iltcii'lin iil i:ic ueili!. All iii'-nil.crs nt Ui l'.it wilt asfinMe at Ihi'irlu-aitiiii.irti'rs ..u Tl. u.lay. .M-iy cm!!:, !.-:, at y A. M., fur tin ptupue el proju rli eliscn ii. k .'MU'ri-il I) u . I !i,i:.,rt -!. isilit.iii.il s (illii.r ..f :h.- hay. an. I it -ii-i.t v.iii lie .iI..-.-.l in strir! :i.'...i.l:in e ui.u t!ie mil'-, ana rt--til.iti4.ii-. t.f lite .iT.lrr I'lili-iT nt tlio (iiianl, Tlioriilmv. mil mat:. air.it. '.-n!.Mi'.- lire ..irv ill Ins line ul .li.Iy a:..! r.'jMii In :!ii-iini.vi f tl.e Imj fnrnl r '.-larl-nn isI.t .M.nri..a, as.U'il 1.4 sn.-Ii f.i.nia.i.". as lie mav m-I.mm, v. ill Make ;',!! n. -4.Ns.iry .'main', minis I.if.kiiiL' In I in- ..ni.fni: irii.l. !' t"' si.tn.l, u.Urr, !(', ini.'iiti.Icis . f Slaves, f.trn. I nniie. . te "n:ii.' n li.ni:..:, Ui'iiiiV, nail K.tl... i are .l"l.tilf.l fur lie tni'al imh-Ic .l.'p.titaii ill. ..ml refi.ii I In t!i I'l ie.ii'r dlin'is. Viina !. I"-r.-a ul llr.n- are .l't:.I!e.l fiiiiil-Il in ir'ial innie. ai.il v ill it'ji..n Hi. ir Ii:.l-.-- II. lie- HI . II . Ih.ltl.' .'I...T. Tie fille Will'f .Milium l..liliv ,.le Ii Ijll. -ti'll te aiei t anil :ur. l. il. w.-is i-ts. n:l:.lih .1. - . lis : Ininif I.'.in! .fn. Ma :tn:l A! Ki.-tl.-i. ' ..mi.t ai; 1 Aau.i i: i.el;. r, .!i';::... .uj-I Ami.i i in..n. Anna li.iiia.i, Ni.ua i- I'r . I.ul'i l M..'n iVrt't, Mviile an 1 i:.in.t Kt"fi. Mamt .Mfl:ii;;h! i:il.i !..-.;.. rile I..:i..v.ir Mian laili' :.re r''. n lel In a--.!-! 111 .!.( in iti'i.- !i -I. on!: M.. imn. lliiiii.i.- i;r.ti.i IV.::! I'.i'mii 1!, II Nij Ij.'r. Anna sp lerle, .Neliie I i:!. Minnie I'..'.'. ru 'J'ltli" r..'iM'a. Hiaiii i aii'l N.uuue llu-leiur. Kiii'n 1 ami I.Sli-' li 'ii 'file v.ii's anil .:.."i!!leis nf-ille .il.li.'rs aii'l eeinraii. n. a . U 1-I! li-e:.s in ren. r al. aru .-ain.ili ifii.test .1 !i. .'.mini n !i f...wls Hi -v i.ia lie at'I.. ir ini-.1 .V. : 1..I are r- 'i'l' s . il 1.. .r.-ji.tre lie in in m,:t iNl'' ui.r- I. enN -Jul I'ue uie .urie a! Ihe .li.ieo ul i llii'.l.l. i'M inn 1 ci - Pi hi iu a. m. .11 , . o;n 'Lie I'..i".t::i4 I.t.le :ir-- rei;i-l' 1! In .li e. r .ll" I- '"I'l:' 11 di.io:" A! '-ii ilaes itaell- II. ..1, II. Ki!:i.i I'elel aiel r.i-l.e. Tl .' I"-;' 11. iv.lai tl ,tre ii.-I dleil t.i see III it lite ra'.e. in il-e iti.v .-i.inr.nli s . re wtilfitx ii . oral' .1. i.utl t.i . e tl':.! tn. ir .iri; ;- uu;.:. ! -I 1. 11 i i.-r tli.in 1j ... 51. .,11 ta n.iiiin: u el l..e .i;ili- fh.-Kt Me... r Cf.ire A.1nl.:i. II. I Malhlerel- .li.llll -on.;. . I. Allen .lull. 1.1' .1. Clip. i: 1 is limine- il. K. 11 'in,,. .1 I.. I'.muu s. V l'.... iey. .1. (.ice V.". II. Kranie. .1 I. U..fre4 1:1. .11141 1'rv. Mn-es It 'i,i,. II l'i.'i! .-.i-.-f.i.ltl. Unci's .'ii.iii A. II. (iief.ie. .lai'r". 11 rnrr A. :..s!:n. l'4i t'riiii-'r Ali.i.iitrt. 11. i:.i::-i.iis ..,.111 is inn. I,' aai y 1; .rt-m- IC. !'. Il.!el!rr. 1; !' 'II t'lies.iev"- -il iliiel ii l:i!.i .'r. 1"M'I !l 1 l!" -N .1 Ku-.T 1 111. M . r . 'l.'itl 1- iler. I. : . .1' ',,"- ..I ..... a. I. '.I.ii-in S W. .I..rti-.i'ii. I I'r Vl :,1 - I V.-l...'. ,1.1 .Mm M, i;..ii'i.i .laeel. ' okt. Ovve.i ' ir. i-r 11. N'.i.hi r. .l.-i-i. S aa.k' -II i:. I'. ivi I.-. I,. Ail.-i AI e:l lei", ker. .llll,i.l'ill" 1) V. iiianri. N., ill s. , -kin .1 ', i.'-.! K.nf .1 .e 'l M.i. 1 11 '.!. I. '.., I r. I'. A. iti'lllll ol -.1. II. l'li.tel. X I em-. .In !.! i; ..iri" Krim tn. 5lii!iier I'iirniiaa- ilenrire W. Ilifiliar.!. Til" I'li t e.'ii.!s a ,"..i,li-.! an. I fr.tt. 1111! ia- 1 tit.ili.'ii I., all mi'tniieis ul 1 lie nnler, e i.i . .li.-r-i -.itvr Ir .'.'rnities. U-e Snnilav sel:-. s ! anil .'III.v.n !.tji!,:il. 1,1 tile uer.'les jf Hi- a . DvMF.r. ?.C!n:..v, .'.iiiiiii:unler. Ho: v.-, Ailjntaiit. SHIRE HORSE, SlBsra t mm 1 DAUIITLESS il will make the scitson c! !S39 on my fan:;, four miles Northeast of Crcgi.n. Kisoyri. DKSCiiirTIOX AXI) ri:iH!I2E. OACN'TLKSS II is 1 y.v.rs old; weig'.. ."'! ,. minis. 'i'.Kik preiuiinn when -years old :.t the Illinois State 1'air and at 1 i.e V. innna. lihe.ois. l);.tnct Fair, ami ft the Chicago, Illinois. National llon-e Show, and I'irsi Premium at the Mate 1'air of low a at DesMoines. and at the Maitland. Missouri, l'air iu 18SS. andSwt ep siakes in all ae- and breeds at Omaha, Nebraska; First IVeniiuiii at St. Joseph, both in ches and sweepstakes. DAUX'i LI-S 1 !,o. (.-.7T-J.) Vol. 0. Pnpe 7.". S. II. S. B. Xo. (Si1.) A. S. II. S. 15. Shire Horse: I'ay; four white legs :u.d white face. I'oaletl ISo--). Ureeiler. Thon.as ISeanUIey, I's.j., Portington (Irange, Hov.den. Kngiantl. TEK3IS AXJ COXDITiOS. S25 to insure n:sre vifh fcal, money due w&cn t!ie fact is knewn. When mare is disposed of or rcmsvet! from the original locality, money for service becomes due at oris:-. A lien on font will be held for insurance money. Care will be taken to pre vent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. ill. JOHH WARD will be permitted to serve a li.i:iled number cf mures, at the above na:.:ei! ctable. the prt-scnt season. iESClill-TIOX AXI I'EDIGI.KI-:. .lOIIX W'.iJIl i-a Bright Hay Hor.-e. with Kk'.'-k l.ii.ts: stands It! hands h. igh iiud weighs I.'Jit t'oiinds; was foaled in I'iS's. Is .l line liialis ami feet and a First Cla5 Ceiiera! Pur110.se lh.n.-e in every respect. .T(Jiir WAi.'l) as sjred by K. iituck;.-Ihrd: he by Fayette TX'nn.arU; he by Wash.ugl.in 1: mi..ri;: ! ny (ii.l i.!:,c!: H.-iuuark, tne fountain head of all the i. Viitiiarks. doi 1. Waid'.s Ii r-t d.im lr. Spells li n'kaw.iy: he bj Old Uockaway; lie bv To'.n Cnwder: I.e b Old I::., ing Pile!. Sire. Pilot, .ir.; 2ml .laci I j i.'nd.e' Join, a p,iicr:"r. ilani by Oid Center. ICentuekj Kin1'!, l.-t tk.'il by Kimbrough's Abdaiiaii; i.e by Alexander's Au.h.H.ih; he by llysdik's Ilaiabletonian, TKIJ3IS A.M) CONDITIONS. JOHN WARD wili be permitted fo-scrve a limited number of mares this season at $10 lo injure ni.-rc with for.!. Same co::J.iici:s as far Df.nr.tii ss !!. AIsj Itr.ve a Slacfc Cr.inc N..rn:.-.n. iired by Tfsilar, who will he allowed to serve a f;-j r.Mrcs this season ai tlie alove Rarr.cd stasia r.t 610 5j insure ware wilii foal. Saaie co.iiiit.oi.j 3o f:. Cajniless. $45 IN CASH PSEMIUMS. ForColts liy Or.unlli'ss, t 1p fIic-ivn at 3Iomnl City lf:iVA'si !!niiii in 1SJ, I wiU j?ivc tho rollnwinj; Prem iums in C.ts.i. FirsI i'vt'mfuiu, Second Premium, SI 5. Third J'rcmium, !(). Four 31iles Norlltoast f Orcjjoii, TIo. nry is as lncouveuieiil lo .lay as woul.l gr,,:il. ..reviotisly arranged, was si . -icily havo been liir..rei!t laws in every town- j v,m-lc, ,.u si.ieral impoitant topics ship in tho lime of our grandfathers. ' ro ai)lv .liscii. Horn two or three o -must grow n;. ".iih the coumry. 1 p.;,,,r... HTtaiuing to temperance is-ues ' write my pame. There ought al.,o b a perfect nu'donn- wn. r,.n, f..,r ..vhlch oili.vrs were elect-! What is c.ir'.h, ir.or.arch? For my ity in civil and crimimi! pro.-edure.in jury ; . r..r .-. .-ear. Mrs. Hello Col- ! realm it isgiwn. Ihe laws, in all laws in fact allecting the per- i 1 ,,r M.,it!.,,,.i ,.i,.,.f..l ..ns:.!..nl What is earth. Christian? win and property c.r the (i'ti.-eu. It is not ;,t;ss Tyenro won the i.iher , tf.it oway to heaven. St. Louis It 'public proper that the adiiiinistratmi; . r t;,e.se ;,. ,t.., m...,,,..,. ., )e.'l:1,..:.torv lawsshou'.d lie ur.deit.ikra by the federal government through the fulcra courls. i cmte.-t. Tiie state courts and imigi-tnicy sh.iuli! 1 Tiio one hundredth aiinivei.i irY n. r not Iks stripped f their po.ers, but in j one way or another this endless conllic! , in tlio ordinary business laws of the Tni:iM Ifesi-Js. 'Where . an I go for a week or two of 'vacation, where lean get the greatest iHK'ible amount of ei.joj nirnt and !. ed here uilh !li.'.r.iiirl:iti. i'..r..,ii.el..s. ' rie the 11,0.'. bi'.l.'lli a! t.ie least e- The. 1.1...4 i, ftviiistW Jl. rb.o, T I'-l-e.'" Ties is a .pi.-sti.in which is r,; 1 Washington's inangnr iJion, was observ- Unitc.l States ought to be putan end to. I bells, the iiring of anvils announceil th pt ale.lly a..k. d at this time of ear by all who s.v Ihe remotest iio.si-ibilitv of being .!... i 1 1. .1 ,...1 :.. ' ,, . . . r . .. .1 , . . . , -i . I .lie '"t .411.4 liui.oiie tia .inn .oiitt . , aolt. Ill LTi a.;iv 101 14 sinnt t.ti 1111.10. .,1,:,t " U,..CO,, -I,rov!ul fr,,m lviilv i 11,,, mor,,;,,,. .1, , l,,.l ,,s o Most e.i.i.haticaiiv yon cannot do better .Maine to t .ilir.irni.i. a ccMle that would , than to make tome iiiiiuirs of umr Ln-al 1 1.0 ascertain and universal ai tlio.-..m-: tl,n a, - , ' :'' '" T" ' li-k-t agent regar.ling 0x1,101. rates ,. r is ... .t 1 . ..... ... i'TS. after which tne people assembled 111 ,1,., i!,,r!i,i..i.,,, i:..ut.. Von . I l.ltlll .11 I.III'lilllll '.:i!i Itl'llltit UI, 11... " .... . .... ........ ,. .. - - . Womrx 111 some parts of tlio country t .viljotl It t si -1 'll sl-t -t I-. . ,1! "I'era house ami lintene.l to an elo- ' w ill be : urpriscd to learn what n ry l.m tjtesL iig.iuist. loo aim i orit tuvorcot. - lllg. Absolutely Pure. protest law, which recognizes only ono cause for judicial F-cpcration. lheywant the law amended so aw to include ulTenscK not now rocinizeil by tho conrts. The suspicion is growing" that the women are risking entirely too much. Some or iihem y.ould like an arrangement where by thej could turn a poor man out in Jho cold, uidiospitablc world whenever their whim Siiggsted it and hold the man for till eternity if they wanted Iiim badly. In fast tney tlor.t want tho man to cut much of a tigure in this marriago business, "ivomer. having reached a state of supreme independence that regards tho unfortnuate imdo bimply as a con venience. iuent and scholar va.Wress delivered bv , tourist rates are in etrect lo points m : - - . .1 i.. :.......i:.... n.... i. eb'o; also points ii ioriua. Oregon and aslunglon lerri ... , - ,- . ...... v. . I Ii' er!i Judge.Xnthonv.ofMarvville. Mo. In a ."".'.io, H-n y , Tt ;3 ,1 .. i.i.. i. r. : ' i.: ., , .. . . , springs ,u,.i . .ie..-. .us.. ....,i..s .. ... ,;,, ,,, .......... .... ...... ... f,v ...ttiii.t,, iiitj r..i,,t.-i i-rv-i4-iii- This ,ni!.'r never varies. , inar-.ii 'f pnn- il 'in aim in.i.'si.iiieaes. .,'ir.-''i iii.ini :m Hie ..,iIiikt Minis, ami .'annul 1'.' itiet't Hi .ii t It h I!"' innliili'il.' l nm - I. simrl 441'icl.t .ill. I'l r il.ii'l,ale i..iu.lers. I.l l. IIAhiMi l l4- eral to get over the nlea liiat tl,.re is li,.-it.iu!!. uml .ir,,..r.i.M ..r ..nt- V.ni..M ....... ;.,..i... Ii.,.. v;..,. l.'r:,n..i..-o b, In- iiom in. i n.,l.in..i il.i.lir...,. .1...- i ..'.i...:7... .i . ' ,i:: 1 i,..7... IV.rlla.,.1. Or,',,,,. Ta : ln:i..llH.Wi...Mr..'t..V'W li.rk ... . , iiiv iv .i. if tn- !.-( 4. i it to ii., tin.- ji.ni 1 1 ti ii ii eu tMj.'j in i,u:imi- , . '"r' - - . or a woman as a pretty U.nnet. While Uutional government. After the con- I Ip""",""; iTeivf-'-In- ou'h'e Trilsiee's Sale. u)t making il hy any n.eai.s the sine J elusion .,r .Tudgo Anthonys oration. ' at au",!1 on the ll'annii.a'l .V St. .!,. , .l! tie ,Vlo;euT,;"V.:l;MUin',;; ijua noiml her ambition, it cannot be short speeches were made bv Prof, i seph and K-msas Citv. St. Joseph A , ..i N .4. ini..-r. i-s. ai..i re.-enn .1 m Un-re denied that p.he l.,..s like tasteful head Deiirmont, K-v. Sapp. Irwin and others. ' Council l.'lulfs IJ. K's: also a full line of ""I'tX;!";""'' ?,ll.,',..,;,':.k; gear. Why should she not? There is j Our people are to be congratulated for ! f-ccoii.l class iickcis, to i .iiii't . ...is. , , t I ,. , , , t i .t ...... . . . . - . . ' points at reduced rates. n-nr. Iti nnl ! injr in the county S Unit ami nothing which shows so iiui.'kjy that she . for the ir.t.'re.H and patriotism that thev ' '., uji .,1..., li-i l a mil line of tickets Unite f Mi ...tin.ti. tut : is not "up" in fashionably lire, nothing ' n.anifested in a great and noble event. " on sa'le t" all'i-oinls in the Fast, . it her 'r..!'." .-.V.V1 C.'m.llV-'-jI.'n ,l"l!.11' tV-' which s) iletr.icts Ironi a line. iniiearance 1 I via Chicago. Peoria or SI. Iouis, N. j,,-, .,Y.i i mies . .e. t ti. r,'in.if,l .ililui..ii nothing which sjuiils ii pretty face, or' A:; international woman's sutf race con-' 0!l1' , ..t;.. , 1 1 .14 4 'ill.. r.'.nl..p !i,lv:i,it:ii.'S lo the l.. !tt" I.ittn f Mail! ll. '1. ...... ...... 1 .... ,. . .it a .. ... ... 1,. ... tl,. Kilrlt.ii'lt.li 1 .,..,, . n ....... -.".. .i". S3 J . Hi p i a u l,rot,ttiv Association. Triumph Sulxir.linate Protective As eiation, Tjodge, Xo. 12, mi t and held its regular meeting on lliursilay night, April -n.l, at Triumph sijliool house. Tlio following res.4lutions were adopted: WitKnUAs. We, tho citizens of Holt. Count v. Missouri, have orgnnizeil for the purpose of protiH:ting our property aini M'rsons. and are Iaw-ab'diiigciti.ensai..l abide by the decisions t,r all courts, wo adopt the To'dowing resolutions: Ilesolv.-.l, 15,v tiie iiiemlK-rn of Tri lituph SutNirdinate Probative Ai.so.'ia tion. I,d..'e. Xo. "JPJ. I Soil County, Mia souri, that we deinatid of our representa tives in the lew making department if our goven.mcnt to ciriiii.tly work for a strict enforcement of our state laws in bringing criminals to justice. l.esolved. That after a fair and im partial trial, and sentence lK'ing pnss.sl by our courts, according to the laws of our state, we denounce the plau of par iloiiing criminals by petition. Kosolved. That we. tlio constituents of our (".unity Kepri-tTiitative. denounce his action in t-igning tho petition for the pardon of tho Younger llnithers; and further, he necil not expect our support in tho future. We are sorry tho asam-iation has Keen til to take such action as this, intlo part'.vhieh refers to Mr. Alkire: forfr.u.i what we can learn lie did more thai, any other man in tho Mate legislature t" wards counteracting that same petitier.. While it is true that, upon the first iu -pulse.ur.. lor certain representations made to him, he i.itl Fign thc I'etiticn; still, be fore the ink w:us scarcely dry upon tl.o paper, it istaitl that he followed up to.i mosseng. r and I k his name off fio;n it and, that neither did he stop at thi , hut went further and hunUd up otlu-ni x.h.ise nai'ies were on tho pel'tion, and uiged tlier.i to take the'r names oil giving it as his opinion Unit the petition itself was a m:; take, ar.t! ought not to bo signed by any one. While l!ie object of tho association is a commendable o.ie, still its meinK'r.s surely were not fiil'y ae.piainte.1 with a'l tho factsin this m.. ter, or they would not havo been in smell hn.-!e to eiint,emn. - K. Keibitl, That a copy of th5 reso Iutioii3 be rttained in our loilgo for f u tare roferenci'. and that a copy of the t- line l."e sent to tho Holt County KTi ::i:t. and Mound City Xews forpublica tion. Adopted by Ihe Triumph Subordinate Protectii e Ass.ciat;on, May 'Jnd, HVX J. A. Hoi D.IVKT, ( 1. . L.ci:r, C4).mmiitt.e. J. W. I.vvis. 5 I pn a b y by yiridiflyllll s I offer the Opera House, City Ho tel and all other property for sale at a Bargain. Come at once. Call on or address, W. H. tSTSERETT, Oregon, Missouri. for Tin: Superior Lawn Mower wiil be received by this office, from rr-si;-ibie partii-s-, subject to these condi tions: First pii.vmcnt of cash on 12 inch mow er. $..M'. Firs! payment of cash on 1 1 inch mow er. r-J-'H " I'irst pavment of cash on If! inch mow er. !.(. " 15'ilance, payable weekly, .V) cents per w vk. Total price on I'l inch mower. ST.'X). Total price on 11 inch mower, Total price on III inch n.ower. ?..). TIks prices good until May loth, ltwD. Neudorff-Fink Hardware Co., Ills. South itli Street, St. Joe, .Mo. Iuiit rrv "IirMP.r: lun ni ratl I;r. limit' ".:!." U ;i iitNfaLo. !iiiMintt )!!' I'-t.tI.r.irI iisiin4 you but kiii c-:it aiMr"'l In IMl'rtor will hriirni:a t:ntil.ir ritniain t,Z a huuiImt f tlw iiarn' tf ri-T-ni- Iifli.H fiirt'il. !.m "tf tln-ni 'iMiiIit lli-rnchf ! iim1 a nirf and WMit to tin ilorlnr Willi lnt Iif il'f.iiti TlM-'art'i. flvni'.' In ami ar:i.! M. .li r!i. ;.tmI all of tlit iu notnl for tl.Hr trullifiiltif.s :u-i fM'-iIj. 1 . ..i, .tl,rrli of tin' asal. Thro it and ia!n-1 ntt ir.:t! Mucus .U-mir.iMf, rit ni1intia Ar.l ;iU form" of tll-iWfl ronrtition v ""it-raring j n 'r, IiI put, Prarlti-.! i t.r It'-Iiitr.' if t!if Ann TREATMENT PAINLESS and PLEASANT. i: 5I!NT!' M('ONtLTATfO KHI K Mr. Ittiyil ia rrrr t-n tone ! 1.:- K,f-r :iinl v. t h i'i ami 1 aciU.i;ittfi. If niit rin fr'H'i ait tt'i!(:-I', Kr a Jr( rr.imina- Iititi ;i:hi a.U.tf. in itr . I)? In r f 11 rakf 1 aliiit-i.t or Vit. i i" jiiT wt'.t nit,-. ati'l trat. 1 ''.th ;tt .ti Kt..!v ati-l c ii.-iNr.t SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS. We have the Waba'-h R rer n Doors, in Irith Hard and Soft wood, all si.cs. They The Anoiiiliii"; at i.ctliaiiy. Chribt retonizoil social obligations. What a happy supper was this! IVUM ciaii'4 understand the value of a ilinner to accompli.sh their ends. Tho Christian can rihtfu'.lv tako iidvant;io of any nieial opportunity to speak tho ri-rht v.oitl or act th? true died. A man ful stand on any .juestion of tempcran. o or forU-arnn-e at a public n.eal is worth more than the Pamo htaud at a inrty uieetinc;. Mary could not havo concentrated so i mucli money on any ilamtier or more sympathetic nift. In ioint of nuiKnili ceiice this was an attention of a Cicsar. Sheotrercd it naturally, uno.tentr.tious ly, Iovir.tr. iicr heart broke with j.'rati tude and tenderness when she shattereu the alababter neck and poured the Ori ental iH-rfume on his held. Luxurious expeniliturij in love deties criticism wlieu its object is the pirhonality of Christ. The false sentiment or economy ad vanced by Judas was cry marked. Tho false disciple was tho fast to feed tho poor. Chrh-t knew it. So did they all. The Mnrvs are they who succor distress. The bail man easily influences another, Mut one (rood man put a huiitlred st.Dlf ers to fhamo. The Kjver of truth is a thousand fold moie jiolent than that of f.ii.-e!ioo.l. There are many ways of rebukine; sin. One effective way, that or Chribt, is to c.ixl one's intluenco immediately on tiio riht side. Inwctive aaiiiot evil is rel doni as ellici. nt as a silent but liria stand ujHin the other platform. It is our turn now to do unto tho poor what we think we would do unto Chrit were we to meet him to day. Mary built better than she knew. Mil lions have !cen htiinulalcd by her naive devotion. Helpfulness that is unconscious of self is the kind that will do most j;ood and l;ibt the loitKot. NickcIN Grove. Curt Foos and family spent Sunday in Nickel's drove. - -Preaching at tho Evangelical church nc.l Sunday, morning and night. -C Kunk.'I attended tlio funeral of his uncle. Moses Knnkvl, who w:us buried la&t Sunday. Mark Miles and family, from New Point, attended divine services at the M . church Iat Sunday. - Tiiere have Iwcn a numlierof stray d.its roaming through the (Jrovo the pail week. We know not where they are from, but we rear these pesta aro bent on mischief. - The lirst .pi.irte'Iv meeting for tho ,w...r.. , r..ri... I.-. ........i: . . . .i .. i . 11". ' '- 1 .... wi ni.j ... -ii- are a i..ur-p:ii,.'i...K.r .-,i,o i. . Miii,...:.,. As.,H.i.ltlot f Oregon circuit, will ..-n. o 44.-. .-... I 44.., ,. - - - ,., held at liiien.-rchurr-h on tho Stm- nil: tir,a.. . . i in ii.ii. nuiri.ei. mr mh'iiiu !.nd lA-iillt. Tiie I Inn I wood D-jits are oil tiiii-hetl. in i.a'.'iral color, ami are the hatnl-oiuot diKireier shown here. i i:.. 1 ...... . ' ' fitniri.s ! ii...,,, iv- ...... , , .. r .'C . 3 . . 1 ?..-. i.''.r.i.i.w, ......,.....' ' .. .. ... , ., ...,.,'. ..,...... ,i,t.,4u r..,i(T,,,,..r i.:ii .- 220.127.116.11 i.'fi That this country could, if necessarv. ! ., ,.. , ',, ,. ... . . , ... .... ... ' 7.. , ., , .......... V-' i '-""r i:iV1 V" ":',.""'.!.. ' V. .V.'." I .'''"!-'!."...' !'";'! .'.' :"!' .H-.Z'. U.T, i L.-.. ..f i..r VU . ' n, t- make nri. - l,..4.r ti..r ours. mueli succn. in V ' v '"JiHiri. it I.- 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 L tiujai ii i iiun .u- "Kill" -iiiilii i.t- uu-t ' i i; T t'Urt.'!i;iJ-C h 'n Wil . f 1 lu'iuc. ( i: ,s pirn iimi.c i,i n . m ri. t n f )'.! l' I 1 1 I' i f 1 'f lit " " I " ...i i t ii I I . T r ralseannrmy in short .nler is shown in I...,, ,.i. ,i,.. , .... .... r i , t- ,. " 11.41 muvlv ' i. .. n . 44,m,'.,s. ,i ... ..,! "" '. . ;, , ' ' ; ' ? !' r,.",,.,..-, ihe M.m.g II. a.- v..- sell we gu-iran- -K.-v. J. I ll,., fn.-t. il.ii, 11.., iv.nr .tennH .,,( 1. !n !...." '.T ..."'. ' i V . i-' " ! iJ .! I a Ti-kel Aeenl . "".'A 'ZVZ i ..at ..I V .-it. .' tv. and v.:!l rej.li.u-.-.try ,!o..l.e .me. serjous ncw.lent. ........ . 1(u ,,-, ii,i,res;;i.m iirit il give. u maile .vniiemy ami .urs. i it;-.- Stanton will ' ... V , m '!.'' ....'.; OK! K I: At l:o was ilnvi ro?-ipt d i:lv 01 reTiiisition for ordiiance , , - , . .;...... . . , .. I t-l. Jo.-eph, Mo. , ..l.i-i' u. un imv v.n.l tni''.'. 1 tl-.-u :..-t- . , ; i . iI .i ami rilaine.l wlien ..tin rs o.-wj iitv.ii". A 1 relire-fiit the women of the i.n.to,! , n, .li. nil .,1 Hull ( n-iul . Vi-m.iii. luiclil ..- r.i iv,fi.i.:r,'.'t. m-t-r i'.-..nu- ' - : Uein, one oi .lie : : z ;t;.To- , r ii,ti..Koc;:.i,i,e.,.; ,vj .. ,.:;...,.!st.s. i -,-. .r..i..: ..m.,s..t :...;...,? h.;..-.r. M...e..w,.Mo. . t-p Zmmv sm-Wmw ...r.-s .. :V ":"i v., "i . ' . ' . i .f s iirvi ;. -:y "-1" ";'. .:. ...'.'". v.'"'; ixau-r i,..!. , iuu uuiiuiiui nau munui th.m to Inh-ohk. mo ..inui.ti .ipi.i..iii.iuuii 4i otuvw icr la not. .va'-U'.i ln.lee. . m.ui and i "rr: -" ,.'..1.- ',"," ".; ;--:..ii't fenat tiie rircT.ir. One .i.-t..I , ! t.mk th hu- notonlv from old onianhat ons. but , a C ' " 'i"' "", T ; 1 .'.".'.!" 5 nn u -ii.t iln- .imtur w.rr it. s.,.m t.. rt there. .nr sales of then, be- iV.f. 'i: vtwtiMiu .-.mnini j I. ! Hill H 111 - I n. APIIIl"ai MS-llfJ.'I'I tit i.i-.;.m. ' . . . . - t j xJ iMixM.irl. iiml .ih nWi tn.Mt . will. fn IS 3 Shtf KO - &19Vff I m i ft a r- n i : un H- T. ALKIRE. Attorney at Law, ORK0OX, MO. ti oxistonce. In tho territories pa'rti-- we5i ',s tIll".v " 'm t!'0 ""J" of pretty and tilarlv tho old'organijintions are gradual! v becoming styles, so long as thev are not .. ; . t. . . .. r ... : ..i,r.i....i :.. .1... .1 . 1 - . cnnngiug iiiuir eiiuijitiicuv 40 uoiiiorm 10 .t.'st.i .14.. in 4114- ui.tt.ei to me eicuaion ' r. 3 ... r n u n.., ti- thatoftho ro-ulararmy. It is said or more important thine--. The sight of j r.iJ:0 AuSlllljtl uIOF Of IlOll UOliiiy. Mf. that tnoro were iuhjvw.uoo ininuainon in some 01 me niMri.or.s in 1110 uayot New'Yorkon the occasion of the cen- head-gear wil! pro.iu"i4 a night mare, tonnial celebration, and th,at with forty- Artistic milliners and dressmakers nro eight hours for preparations an army of even a great-" fu-'or in hgl.'r eivtli.a- nairlx'irJ'333 sjldiofs coxild bo gathered, tion than art:.-!;.- picture mukv-r J TIT.SDAY. .ir.Ni: 4lh, , l'ftn.rn tin- !ii,'ir- et ti'.iV..rk In tlio fi.ro- Graduate of tho American Veterinary.;-- Col.ege. In tli-tin .a on-s'-ii.lti H!t Wit. Mi.irl. 1. .'.I in "'I Hi.-:'iii'i ,' in m ru"''i iir.i'Tit-.;ii Will nraoilf.-iii all t-..iirl '11 Nnrtli'.".'-! M: k-fofru-p. H '. lMiiml Str,-.'l: rf.iil"!i". tn 1 i- M-nli:-. I" II:i- nui.t'-i ' 1.1..1 r ir I.--.,,. , 1 ..n...,n. ,i, r.14411 's.mi.'i l'i;i;,s',"! fur Ihe i'iirn,i-t"t eprtv.ftl 111 -.un .i'.'n i hum. !..:i:ri.ii-i'..-UI,;',t..ilB lii,liMi. .olKi-.i.'ii? ts. ..Uly null urltl-lili.iiiif liroiiiptlyat ,,.,-, "x.'.t- ir..ai.,..j:ti:viit:4u to. ' Ui,...-.! .. blitrllT ..f hell toui.t, Mil. liut.c. E U HfiV rtflBi I a Etas B e St. Josoph's Siurcialisi. - II. 1. Denny has for prile at a bar gain, a good houw with five rooms, cis tern, and well, goad cave, two lots, ttc. Call at once and learn terms, tf dav of the I'.ilh hist. - I'ainl.T .V Ilhodeshave received 1 heir well drill machinery; they have Fi.-t up their o'ltlit and are drilling on IVIM llnmi plac. V.e wish thes.4 gentleman this now enterprise. vci.'-er came near having a our-evening last week. ,-ing along A. HershnerH iKinies playfully kickeil gy tongue, which caused frightened; the team gv and all across the rail 1.,. ...... 1 ., t.:..i. i,.,. 1. .i ' ... . ., . 11' . ..., ill.. 1...1.I, llll. ..171 11.1.4 4 Mf gr;.tif;..ng I ncs arc !o.-,,tcn..s ,( , , Kortunatey Mr.Keiser gtit tho team i'opped and he and his lit tle lxy escaped injury. eai-y. ami tiiey .'oiiiiiine more cccucn cies than anv other mower made. Mflf-M Harflware Go. No. H8 Soutli4th Street. St. Joscpli, 3Io. Titousamis or disappointed boomers, many of whom aro in a deplorable con dition, caused by destitution and want. 1 are camped in tho Arkansas and Black - -.aHSfi--XSS'