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1 ft ft mm 4tMri S " I ' H.TJ "SEN-TINEIj 1 j ' " ' " ' i Published Every Friday. . . ' TE.tKS: $1.50 FEB YEAR !?J ADVANCE lDORYS&CUItUY,IubIi.shor.s .Friday. ucter-ibcr 10, 18SO. nl. . c (ioveruuaent Money "Without In terest. "Circumstances place newspapers in : awkward positions sometimes. The ' Herald has opposed the- bchemo of gov ernment loans to farmers on real estate : security, but her arc wo going to meet tlie fact that under both Democratic i-nd Republican administrations certain - fHVored banks have lveu using from io", i TOJJ to SIW.OOO.'AK) uf government inonoy without paving a cent of .Bit!" This query in from the St. Joseph JJeralii. Wo answer. Meet it, just r.s ' it has been met. Tho men who either . as iaw makers, or as government officers perpetrated, assisted, or connived nt such villiauy should le Mrept out of office aud ! -tiHnnnf. nrnn.o. c.,..', .. I : tks rise ibove and ara paramount to any party o.uestion. It should now b -nettled once and forever that this mi- Hon is too great to play second fiddle to i any banking system that the genius of ''wan ever evolved from out of tho legis lative naIJa of tho nation: that thti .money of thistn should bo of such a ' natinri!,! M. ,.,.,. i... .i. i.i . ! viiiuuv iri) tsiiiii iiirio muuiu uiiv io room m this nation for anv other money. "Meet t!ie tact that tind?r both Democratic anJ Republican admiuistra- tions certain favored banks have been using from fifty to one hundred millions f government money without paying a .wntnf intorest." No nosossity to mast iU Treat is nl you would a wild beast or an armed robbar: Go out of your way to avoid it just long enough to get to where . your gun is and then go back and slav it on the spot. Infamous things are not to b9 met; tliey aro to be soughtout, and when found crushed. Meet it, apologize . Xor the scattering of the peoples money .-Boonst a few favored national banks? "Explain, give reasons why it was done, .Attempt to defend it. Tho man that -as-ould do it ought, and would be con- : tinned to political oblivion, and no i newspaper that has any regard for hon- esty or decency will over be found com- mending such dishonesty. Shall there bo a rush to the other ex ' tremo because the national bank robbers bad and were possessed of sullici-jnt j-owor to control, not alone legislation in their behalf, but were able to compel the - door of the nation's treasury to open :-and to force tho officials thoroof to iour out millions into tho hands of n favored few of t'nam. 1 it any wendar that tho toiling millions lost their heads and clashed into the pjliticil battle and . !ajherl right and left strewing tho path . of tboir onward march with tho slain, . umongst whom were some of the best. truest and grandest men of America. Jn a battle to right wrongs, no matter -witetbor they bo real or imaginary, 'twas ever thus. The good, the true, the brave, and tho best aro slaughtered with the vilest. Let tho people of the nation, .the totlrrs, the common people, tho Kinases, pause and contemplate whilhor i-e aro preparing to drift. The storm of battlo is over, hundreds of men without experience have been, by tho vo'co o! . t!ip poople, maila law maker. Among them are some of tho vile-t dsniagoaes aud'frauds that ever rode into place and lier upon a political tidal wave. To gain ofiiec or perpetuate their term of wrG.-3 thasa nun, and imn of their class are prepared to set going the printing presses at Washington to print money to, not only pay the national uobt, but to pay tho debts of the farmer, to turn ". tho national treasury into a monty loan ing, pawnbroker's shop, to erect mon ptrous elevators, corn cribs, wheat bins, -uicut storage houses, cottoa ptornge i house.", butter and egg storage houses, to establish in every' county ot tho Uu ioa a United States sub-treasury with its s;gn flapping in tho wind "money to loan - to the farmers, all kinda ot p-oiui; ' taken as security at tho government storago houses. Farmers, look at ths chemo! What would it cost to carry it into effect. How many lraadrji millions wjuU it cost to build the. government storage bouses .to store the corn, the wheat, the cotton, the products ot this nation. Every store house would need as many government - employees at would be necessary to take care of the products, a separato bin would be required for every farmers' product and each product, becaure esth farmer would have grain or produco of : a different kkd, grade and quality from his neighbors. There aro say 2XK)co:in 11CS IU IUO Ullllt'll O I ill IJlll elevators and storage hoase-j v.ould it 1 require in each county? How many Gov. ernment employees votild it rov-iire nt each elevator and Btori;o warehouse? To start the concern and pay tho cm- nloveas would exceed tho codtof tlw war. Howmanv hundred millions dol - lara more would it requira to furnish i the money to loan on a year's product? "yarmors set down and contemplate the magnitude of tho undertaking: Figure " out the cost during the long winter eve ings. And whit purpose this vast ex 'psnditure of money is proposed to oc- eomplisb. Its result would be tho ea- tablisliment by the government through law of the most tremendous trust that this nation or the world ever behold. A . gigantic cornering of tho necessaries of ' life; hold, stored in government elevators and 6torohouscs until the pr'eo?of every. . product should bo forced up to Eiirh r. figure that the owners thereof should bo ! , , . iii.t. n plessed to soli, but when would the ice sail. inem. 1 .ic cui.i uoiu ior- -. . 4 ,ni . , , , vcr, becj.usa they would not only ownJ , . , , , , . , Iho products but could barrow enough thereon to Pay their debts. NV.V ould this hfneflt? F..r w-iom would nnney who would this combine this trust, this corner be j created? The Fa.-msr? II w nvwy are thore in the U.iital Stitej? nbvdt one ' third of tli3 pjpul-ition of t'13 U litnd States ate engaged in agriculture and thin ornflr. thw trmt aid gjver3tnat il rorr.bine vou'.d bt against th- othor t.vo ujiru eo3sumer3. wouia tins rm 'J)OneI.Da lair, xidraiy, ui iu wouui 1 bt tbH reult, tho ouime. of the sub- , trft.;r cbemo. What do you think or ; it VtttW! But wo-ili. it raise tho price f4 pfAuetxi Jot unlnsi you .vere strong tn oust a pratiiDitory tana yifit forolgn grain prodncts. How lonjr '4' tt'i pin you could out vole the .4,VHf li i'lMrl of thii nation whom this traet, combine ana comer would oppress rob and starve? No there must bo no rush to this the other extreme. No fixing and boistcrir.g up bv legislation one class at tho expense of the nation's treasury. It muit net bo converted into a money loaning institution. Collect revenuo for national purposes and object.", then ex pend it for fhe Mime. Call in every dol lar of the money hold by any national Innk. Isf ue greenbacks enough to pa- ; off our bonded debt; repeal tho national j banking laiv. P-"3 cu absolute free : coinages !w br.d .:o:ile that a s;lvo do'lnr. bill have a dollar's worth of uilvi in it. Then let .very person have a do! lur whsn he earns it. Erpond any sur plus that may accumulate iu the treat ury iu carrying on a system o iuteraa improvement. lie Sonsibe. stalk disease is committing . its rawges again in various parts of tin elate and tho Journal would warn tin farmer that tho investigations inado bj Dr. Billings at the university experiment I ntation two years ago, end which are be Z arccplwi or somooi u.e .....at . oa,-f:d caMa men anU thorities in tho coun bret scientific au mntrv as tho only in- 1a'"y ''lto tho cause and character of tht that throws light on the subject, demonstrate that it is a microoo disenn and " corn sla,K3 l"al la'rl 11 are Srft infected. It i:i at first a corn plant disease. The l fields or individual plants are affected do not ll,rive' lhe wvearo more or les f-notted. the roots become weak and the corn tails to mature wen. ino eaui jiois that the bacteria co.umuidcalo tc the animals that eat the infected sialkr. is in t!je leaves and not in the stalk itself. The moment the symptoms of this dir care appears in the herd the far iter must droji the old myths about "smut" and the swelling of the dry .stalk or the want of water for their digestion. Corn smut is perfectly harmless, as many in vestigators have proven by feeding it in large quantities to cattle. It has been demonstrated timo and ngain that it mukes noditforence whether you givo tho cattle that feed on tho in fected stalks much or little water, it kills all tho same. Tho fact that a mass cf undigested stalks is found in the stomach of the dead animal merely shows a state of fever and congestion in the animal before death. Tho indigestion is n symp tom of tho high fever and is not the caupo of it. The animal dies from blood poisn and not from eating too much dry food. What the farmer wauU to do on the outbrcsk cf this disease is to take his cattle out of the lield at once and col lect and burn the stalks so as to disin fect the ground as much as possible. The next year or two he should plant the field with pome other crop. Tho microbe breeds in the ground the same as tho swino plague buci 'litis. Tho infected stalk will not injure hordes or mules. These animals are as impervious to the microbes as they are to hvg cholera gernw. IJut they are death ou cattle, rabbits and perhaps some other animals. The Journ::! calU upon such T.'ebrnaka farciors sshavc had experience thisjenr in this defctsuttivo disease to ware bundles of tho lenves of tho affected fields and hend them to tho director or the experiment station of tho university. If the coming legislature, which is composed of farmers principally, will ece to it that tiio btigma that some ignor amuses of tho lul legislature f-o foolish ly put upon the name and famo of Dr. j Frank S. Billings i3 voluntarily removed and tbs way opened for him to rent w hirt labors in this state, it iE highly prob able that the doctor can be recalled aud induced to pursue his most- interesting investigations into the nature of this am! other infectious diseases that have destroyed so roanv million dollars worth or live stock in Nebraska every year. A follow student and worker with Koch in Germany, Bilhng3 came homo better equipped for such investigations than any man in America, and tho work he nccompli-hed iu tho three years that ho spent at the experiment station here in tho investigation of bacterial diseases of domestic animals is second to that of no man of the age after Pasteur. Ne braska Journal. The New D.:!-c very. You have heard friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be enc of tho ninny who know from porton- :A experience just hoxv good a thing it j Rflfj STALLIONS wa have evef owaa 1. TVy are of the choicest brooding and in is. If von !iavo ever triod it. vou are ,i::.i..i n mi i n-itl. tested in the stud and proved nnn nf its stMimch frinrsd.-J. heiT.llsft thn wouderful thing about it is, that when onco given a trial. Dr. King's Now Dis covery evor after holds a place in tho house. If you havo never used it and j should be afflicted with a cough, cold or . t any Throat, I.ung or Chest trouble, se-1 cure a lottlo nt occo and .'ivo it a fair trial. It i3 guaranteed every time, or money refund.tl. Trial Koltlos Frco at King .t Proud Drug store. No paporcan bs pul-lUhcd without 1 heme patronage, and eory one is inter 1 etted in keeping up a home pijer. If a I railroad or factory is wanted, the news- papers are expected to rork for it. If a public meeting is wanted for any pur pose, the newspaper is called upon for a m ... .. , trco notice. If any of tho societies hao a eunner or reception of any kind, tho newspaper is expected to givo the nec essary notice. Tffo newspaper must puff the schools and everybody else to advance tho interests of tho businoss I i 1, - ..1 ,,n.1 41, rrt.'n llmm a I 1I1CU UL llll j.i.iV-U, t,.ii ..Ji.u " handsome notice when they pass away. And yet somo or tht-m do nothing to keep up a home 'lews aper. Nlmbei 4'J, which is tho Chnstmas I Number of "Ine Holiday, places it , , - . r ,, - lin- similar , allt-nDU HU..HIW u I ... LIT ..... T, I.- .llln.l (a .....ri..-ir. ... ... ' . . . , . , . , , . with splendid stories, sketches and illus- . 1 .... , I tr.aioi.S, and it is just the paper to dc- i i ho bT a?3 lw0,y . should i:ce that liis cbitdrjn are furnish ed with this clear, pure and instructive .is well as entcrtamiog publication. It :s iraurd by tho Holiday Publishing Co., 110 and 121 Nassau Street, NTw York, and will be sent to nny address for ft cents per copy; or el-fO per annum. 1 Fine Playiiiff Cmli. c.l nm .nt in Rnrn. or roin to Joha Seblsti3n,Oenl Tkt. and Pass. Chjca?0i IeUa(1 & Pacltlo R- . . . nf ,h. fimoo.hest. slick- r-st playing cards thst ever gladdened tno eyes and npp.ec aion the imgers 01 tho dovotce to itsgn iixv. hove: H.,cmn Tltilh TTll"hr. Wlliut other ancient or moiljru game, and Kot j roar monej's worth fivo times over. I FRED SEEMAN, AT THE FOSTOFFICE, OREGON, 3IISOTirtT, Has just received his New Full Stock of --BOOTS and SHOES !-- He carries only the Mired, and auarantees a faction in every respect. GO and inspect hlS stock before buvinq elsewhere. He will save: you money. Manufacturing Specialty. MIA 1 B We opened and placed on sale Mon day morning, November 24th. the rich est catch it has ever been our good for tune to secure. Five hundred and fifty Men 's and Boys' and Overcoats just purchased by our buyer at sixty cents on the dollar of regular whole sale rates. "Will be sold at a slight ad vance above their purchase cost. When in the city besure to call and see us. We will save you money. Arcade Clothing Northwest Corner BLOCK BROS., Prapft - THE SEGRETS OF OUR SUOGES IS THE WAY WE Treat Our Customers ! The Fall Soasson is upon us. We aro daily receiving Now Goods of all kinds, and our Sti.ck comprises everything imaginable in the FURNITURE LINE ! We are prepared to ou.r upec"::.! inducemcnta to buyers. To every body wo extend a cordial invitation to visit our establishment whether intending to buy or n-t. Ifyouin'cil anything inour lino, you will find it to your advantage l call on iw. We are doing our own uphol etery work, and finishing of furniture, and aro i-onsetjtientiy fully pre pared to moot any and all compi-tition. It will pay any no who wishes to buy furniture of any kind, whether a largo or small quantity or only a Ktiulll bill, wo can save von froai l."i to 20 per cent, by calling on or co. responding with us. O.dnrs by mail promptly, carefully attended to. Mr. Grant Iloltz, formerly of Oregon. Holt county, now has nil interest in the hoii and if Secretary and Treasurer of the firm. lie exteisdsaciirdi.il invitation to hi- nuiiwroiM Holt county friends to call and see him when in the city. tbi! mm. &. m 110 and 112 North Third Street, ST.. JOSEPH, : : T. OUTHIER &SON, MARYVILLE, - MISSOUKI. ... . . ...... ,0 cntVfiirtiirv TOllor;. TlilB ptock" will bo and on easy terms to responsible parties, rarBarn at Wabasii Passenger Depot.,?: Tee Gbbut Writbhs of the Day. To convinco ev.r.bo.lv, before subscribing, of the high quality nnd interest of ri,r !: nitiillv Illuvtr.'ttril lournal in its new form, we willaoml to any address 3 weeKs SF.VP. TP.V rF.KTJ? for a trial I ni:mlrs, including our CHPJST.MAS NU.MltKU. with an artistic cover; slso, .....-....,.!.,.. A fr 111 ivilii .1 nnintiri! -"Tho Minuet bv J. (J. L. vnicniiHi ini'ju 111. ..... .. .u. . -, ( FerrjB. These thrco numbers contain the following reading matter: (!) Mrs. Amelia E. Barr's nrw serial, "The Reads of Tasmer." 1 uthorof that most successful serial. "Friend Olivia.' just cuniplH j UTy. i,t hereafter Mre. linrr will writo exclusively for tho New York Ledger, I ou- e.nmo Rin-rr.ft'R descrinticn of "Tho I'attto of Lake Eric," beautifully illustrated. (3) Hsrgarct DelantS's latest story, '-To What I'mi?" (4) Janes Rassell Lowell's i om. "My Hrook. written eTpresslv for The Jff. ,ti;rniu- iiii.ctrniml lv Wilwin lt: Meza. mid issued as a l-OUU PAtiCa hOU- ! VEXIR SUPPLEMENT. i (5) Mrs. Dr. Julia Holmes Smith starts mation to young mothers. (6) Robert Grant's entertaining society novel, 'Mrs. Harold Stagg." (7 Harriet Prascott Spnfford, Marion Harland, Marquise Lanza. Maurice Thompson, and George Frederic Parsons contribute fhort stories. (S) Jaiis Parfcn. M. V. Ifazelline and Oliver Dyer (author of "Groat Senators") , coniriouio aiiiciei oi luiereM -r ..i 1 enineT.tvn lniTI"T?T T! llliiaf rii'cvl 1wiiib. in .-uioi.ion 10 me niKivc, oi.mivui.n. ........... . - .( Hrlen Makmiam. Xokth's chatty column, mid a variety of dohghtf ul reading or 1 interest to all members of the houri'hold. j The roregoing is n sample 01 me mai.er wmcii w i- r.,i v;..ni Vn, nll. .T.i.irtir.1 nmr iAiim tn the American pooimo. n.1, ....v........ ..................... . Snd Ten Cents for these three numborH mm juugo lor imiran.w uiu Two Dollars for a year's subscription to THE NEW YOHK LEDGER Robert Bonner's Sons, Publishers, 52 William St., N. Y. CmcHzmira English. rur AftieiMiL AND CCMUINr. I r jiu . n w.i ra'Atrttr- Aulufe TivKvKd firand Ic tied i Gria Maine All CilU ta rncrOCr-3 rOir. J1C .T'i '--' rn-mirriri,.. '-. . f. L:ri Vr -ni- JtIcaUIi. ail -fVef m UUt. -t rffam MttlL U4 bj mil Local X?rUt Best Goods Manufae Perfect Fit and Satis ana nepamny mm i buits House, Fifth and Felix Sts., - ST. JOSEPH, MISSOUEL Imi-ortcrs and Ilreedcrs of mmm shire. Ehcli French Draft AND Porolieron Horses. zs&-c have on sale at the present ri an PSFfjriH rjHAi-T ana fhitt; tt- Slid at Ktj.VsUAsXIildVJ 1! liH.-ln. r jy-tiinif uiiu wmo.vv. fox subccrirtion. and we will send you threo ...... . , r Mrs. Uarr is tho ted in The Cen- a eerics of articles giving valuablo infor - ,... 1 Red Cross wDiahokd brand Te Hmfr r B-ril nhall W for . rHxJLAtftf IHIA, PAi mmmm v The Dethroned Queens o. Methodism. An interesting question is now pend ing in the Methodist church. A question which doctors of divinity, laymen and j women, preachers and bishops, are anx iously discussing, with fervent and learned appeals to all history, sacred and J profane; all experience, past and present. And this is tho question: Whether a pronoun which includes woman in the ten commandments and the golden rule is, or is not, clastic enough to include ' ' I her as a delegato in a Methodist -011" ferwnce; Tho first Christian Conference nl was hell of which we have any roso ..... i:.. , !., .v. : v""""" Haieni,aiiii. . .. u. vu im occasion a precedent was established which should "';"" : no t!l0 hl,avens v,.in fnlJif an thing new bo introduced intoccclesissti cal affairs. For note, at that first general church conference, whore eleven apoatles were assembled with the rest of the Christians to transact the important business of choosing one to tako thi place of Judu, , women wiro present and helped to select the new apostle. The account is given in the first chapter of Acts; 'These (the apostles all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication with the women, and Mary tho mother of Josus, and with his brethren." The disciples, altogether numbered "about an hundred twentv," and Peter addressed them all and as ''men and brethren," just as the I Church continues doing in its congregat ions of men and women to this day. It was then, apparently, well understood that the woaien, who had traveled with liliriHL BH HHAISIUIIL IllIlllMLT.-l, III IIIITJU J journeys "throughout every city and village," whero he went "preaching and showing the glad tidings uf the kingdom of God," (Mrk 13, 11: Lnko 8. 2 aa.l 3) , in common decency, be shut could not. out of any conferences met to transact business in which their interests were o juallv involved. But,(iis if to preparo for a day when churchmen might fall io wrangling over woman's legitimate sphero) at the second grand conference held in Jerusalem, (on the day or Pcnti cost, when the Christians "uero all with, one accord in 0110 placo") tho equality of of men and women in Christian duties and privileges was unmistakably set forth bv Peter. This declaration was addressed to "men of every nation under j heaven," and was called forth by tho ' amazement which the great concourse of foreigners, then in Jerusalem, had ex pressed upon seeing and hearing men and women, all equally inspired, preaching in public. St. Peter's Magna Charta to Christians was as follows: "This is that which was epoKen of by tho prophet Joel 'And it shall como to pas in the last days, saith God, I will pcur out my 6pirit upon all flesh; and j cur sons, and your daughters shall prophesy.'"' Now to "prophesy" isHmply to preach. Thoso one-sided commentators who .-.re determined nt all hazards to dethrone women's preaching, have long trisd to explain this meaning away, wherever the Bible hai used it iu reference to women. iiUt me only coneiuMuii .1:1.1 umiiin .w.- ed person can reasonably como to after But the onlv conclusion any disintore.'t treading thu mazes of their hair splitting destinctions is: ''Strange all this difference should bo ,Twix7' Tweedledum and Tweedleilue? "Woiuan may pray in public, anii pub licly tsiioimd llm Scrij-ttires at rugh length as she sees fit," allows the Meth odist rule of Discipline, "but,"' adds the Methodist rulers, "she can never, no, never, be named a preacher, nor given a pulpit and salary; and abevo oil. is the forbidden to enter our General Con ference, for that was, is now, nnd ever shall be sacred to Man.' Thus, it appears, though women were good enough to attend nn ecclesiastical convention in Jerusalem with all the apostles, they aro not good enough to enter one, now-a-days, coiitrclled by Dr. Buckloy, for all this opposition to MetbodiBt women delegates is professdly led by that valiant Methodist editor and preacher. This active c.pionent clearly does nut like, nor intend to follow St. Petor'o apostolic example, and resolutely declines to believe that the days fore told by the prophet Joel havo come to pass. So ha has mounted tho wateli tower of Zion, and diligently trum-iets abroid throughout tho hesitating mas culine ranks, 'Remember brethren; crery timo you put a womeu in you put a man i ' out!" And, ala.! many or tho brethren; discarding the golden, have adopted the Huckley rule, and openly advocato the exclusion ot Mothodiat women from their own law-making assembly, purely and a.o.iwec'.ly becauto they aro wamtn. In this crisis overy women in Method ism, who remembers that St. Paul prom ised, for all time, that in Christ Jesus thero should be "neither male nor female. neither bon nd nor free," should also re-! Jiccro's stirring appeal to ;hoi member Cicero' nohle mindvd. Timo and need now require that every j Methodist who is not a coward should j claim her rightful share iu church in heritance. It is a duty to resist injus- j tice. as a means of curbing tvc selfish! love of power in man's heart, which knows no bounds except resistance. It is a duty to proclaim the truth that a church inheritance means a division of honors nswellas of burdens. It is a duty to publicly and decidedly rebuke the narrow spirit which is creeping into latter-day Methodiem. For no Methodist woman should for- get that women were as inlluential in tho pulpit in the lirst years of Us history, us I they woro in prophesying in the first yearrof Christianity. It was they who not the ball rolling. Although met with jealous opposition by pro-Huckley-ites oven then, yet the Founder of Methodism hiim.elf upheld their extraordinary calls to preach, and congratulated them that tho prejudice .. - 0r male preachers wasdying away, nearly n hundied years ago! (si.o Werlny's Uttor y , Mnel . uIerol1M r .... , ,.-,...... Melh(Klisin,"hiRlottir to Mint. Ilosaniiurt authorizing her to preach, and Dr. Taft's J comments on tho famous Elizabeth . Hiirrel, etc.) An Kntrlit-h wrter on Methodism in ' 1607 says. "I have often hoard Misaj Authorized Capital. $20,000.00 Mary Rarret preach, both in thepul-j Transacts n general bankice business, pit nnd in the open air to immenw ' Interest paid oa deposits left for a &pci crowds of hearers. If ouo might judge 'n1' 0 ..:. t.... ....iii... i. .,,, ..,., r . Draft-4 issued on principal cities. Col , , , .i- her labor?, it was very extraordinary, ,ndct""- Thus it is plain to sco that tho rcnl innovation in Methodism is the at- toBEirr Montgomery, Jrvi Zoox, President. Vice-President Roeckeic Cham. D. Zook, Cashier Ass't Cashier. Mjalfi'ry&kbr BANKING COMPANY, OREGON, : . : MISSOURI .vrAui.i-5j.i:i is?i. Tlie oldest Rank in the county. Trac ct a general binkin" business. Intsi est paid on timo deiiosits. Drafts sol 1 'on all tho principal cities of the country and Euroe. Have made special arrange meats to collect inonsy due from estate 'in foreign countries, lee Rccuiintsot Farmers, Merchants and indiuduals re BIk spect fully solicit od. Sjweial care given to unv biisine intrustetl to us. ?i on a au? i -DEALSUS IN STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE, TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY At th8 Lowest Prices. Special j rjj fc j , i of a all kinds, and Re pairing. H. DERSCH & 8 P.O., OREGON. MISSOURI. '-CQL0MDQ MM,- I'io. Ill nnd ll? Xoith 'Jiid Street, ST. JOSEPH, - - MO., DICK POSTER, Frcp'r., (Successor to Joe Oipenht-imer.) THE BEST 1 DOLLAR HOUSE In the city. Fine Boda and Fin-t Class Jleals only 2-3 cents each. First Class Bakery in connection with this housr. Fine lunches of all kinds. Tho Bar at l.l.u !ium.e is one of the best in tho city Choice Wines, Liquor3 and Ci gars. St. Lcuis and SI Icq Beer Fresh on Tap. Good Billiard and Pool Tabies. Remember this is heath juart era for Holt County jieople. ; ...J "Ti fc1-! yPen UOY aliU iS lgxib. i yjii I? Offer for sale a l.irga and superior ttOvl: of HOIE-C-IOfU TREES at reduced prices. First Class 3 year old Apple Trees. 12 1-2c!seach; S1 1 per 100; $100 per 1.CG0 Extra 2 year old trees at 2cts ess. Pear, Plum and Cherry Trees 35cts each. All kinds of other stock at low prices. Wo varrant everything true to nami We t-olicit your orders, and guarantee satisfaction. N.F.MUE.EAY& SONS, ELM GROVE. MISSOUIII. f HE 0 ID-R ELI A BL E Auctioneer Ik still in the Held ready to cry all sales any where in tho county. Satisfaction guaraateeded. J. T. HO WELT, Oregon, Mo. Dli. J. S. MEYEK, Veterinary Surgeon.. ST. JOSEPH, MO., Graduate of the American Vaterinary College, New York. VHSff, Pi'll Kilrj'1 llarn. SIS nrmmul i,,,!, -.; ,ju by mall i.r t.-era Mirrl Tl- lir Sn. 57!. train prumtill; M lOOK HERS ! Fan ad Stile!: j ' Are you If so I going to have a s.i!p? am still in the neiii nml ready to cry your sales at any and all times, and in all parts of the county on short notice. My rates aro reasonable. PIcaso give m a call when yau need an auc tioneer. Guaran tee satisfaction. ; " PRICE, Oregsn. Mo. .1. T. IJUTLEIJ, Physician & Surgeon, ORF.GOX, MO. AH calls promptly answered by day or niL'Iit. Olli-.-o ii: Ktaira in D:intr:m lini'il. ing, just west of old City Hotel. ,n.VI,, y, ,.,,. v uami.i. aaciima. 1 .cci en . C.J. IIU2CT. Cashitr. V 1 OKEGON, MO. lections mado nnd prompt I v remitted. I , ' .; i llniF(Ml!Q. n.-viPTfl Ant uKnn Knn.l I Ruskirk. W. R. Divi. f ;vin- W. Quick. James Kneale, WHiam Pennel, Chris. , bchlotzuauer. it m IS IE tempt to thrust woman out of any field alio chooses to enter. If she has not cared to attend these Conferences until now, Burcly that is not a reason for slam ming tho door in her face when she is at last ready to sit upon her throne. Ifow can any mis3ionrry go to India proclaiming the superiority of Chrintian ty over BrahmiuLm as au especially levaticg power for women, followed by he disgraceful story of live able, lpgally Iccted. Christian women thrust out of a .athering cf their brethren tolely ln- rtuse they were voi:i.n? H-jw can anv American Christian look "the heathcti" in the face without a blush, sincj tluj t "heathen" in that great National Con ference of 1 -dia, in 1333, revived ten women djloj itea into their midst with cheers of welcome and congratulations an's entrance into public I merioi: ioti have become ' sounding br.is-t and a tinkling cvmb.L , I Ellen Battolle Diet rick. National Bolls-! tin, Washington. I). C. A Host "Who Provides Knzorx- Chief Justice Paxon. of the IVnnsy I-1 vania supremo CJ'.irt, c.i.Ie-.l at tijrnj- ' man's barber thop, in this city, to get fj - ". 77" shaved. After tho work had been i-er-' '""'' rij'"inm a.i Vrriiw'ti iart.V , ..... . , . t l"'".''n,I l-tf nlj.lri.mp!r lopr, trlilcU formed he luquiretl of the barlvr as to win zlvc.vou full inr.irmaiinu. hivfl-anrMfnr lirnin. r-i-.-- rnf!.n ,, I.craiii; :ii--ar ll. .-i-ry uiin1vr.ir nia charges lor iienin r.uo..-. ui. me 1 j,.,.,, s t, uv an:-:. i.iinrt,! br latter, naturally thinking that thero!'!'" n-t pr.i i-h..-.. 1.1 iis-..;..rr.i F.hi.i. ... . ' :MiKl...-i.Nin-rl.ir4 anrt stit.s. Itotli v.r- woulu be but one or two, stated that his ihi and b'in- iln-t.in.ili.-r :.c(..nN ilirm or.K price was a quarter apiece. The judge iwtc''. nr. ,.Ur . f thaniot !m,-r- had nothing to sav against thitf. and nest 1 L:"" ' ''"" "f '" '-,3"'1"'-c"i, iitril-. r 1 . 1 1 1 1 , . ..... 1 fll"if,t . i-t ll rir.'v.n ..-itlrl. rn -- u.iy calloa sr.it laid down a lot of thirty . iM".:t!i.:m U.i.tai.-i.p ii.ur- iIkii. r 1I1 j: il.".. seven of the tiuest chin scrapers ever I?': t, -.. , seen. 1 .... . , J lhejudgo explained that he wa3 ac-! cuton-ed to li ivn h!" ntimli..r of . liu.ion.eu 10 nave id.e numoers 01 ;getitiemen sojourners from Philadelphia at h in farm machiiui in Bucks county. Ti:r r.ilmnl r.ii in.irk Wmk-Rpin and tro-ii tlin fwcf tli-.t fli- n..Tjf slv a" t'" i'la f r fain v-rk. auairom 1110 ides, nut ins nea.e.1 oa.- Tii.-r0.,!.iiiitrrip..3ri-i.ni.rtr;t-fm:r. t bcr phop was nine miles distant ho natu- 1 t-- i:ni-iirj-l i.ni-krp r. Tiio Arrhl rrtitriil lvp.,nnit nl l uf i.nrll raby bad to bv provided with fcharp rili.uMv. r ir.-ti:l rll!iiatt Wins ir.i: .iih shaving implement, for th,ir a-ommo- ;.r!y'i4.ld v ,M.r !)re5.s!,lu,:rl. oaiion, ami witn a g'xni lot of them, tt-o. u:iuu!irrit-iioit!v'K LiuvVIIokk. TWh the buU lieing, like tb. judge, capable , o..,. !M!i-'-;,I-;:!,J' JlriK;:? 01 Hiiaviug llienuvlves. Aslontown Una ocr.it. IStickU'ir.s Arnica Salvo. Tho licst salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Kheum rover hores, letter, l,:inppc(I Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay re quired. It is fniar.intced to give iorfect satWactio:i, or money refunded. PricoJ i" cents tier bos. For sale by King h'. lroud- . . - An exchange i-ays that tno common nn j - lent remedy for burns. Take the down and just enough lard to hold ittogether. make a plaster and lay upon the burn nnd it rof tens and heals so xn that it 1 poems a miracle. Tut upon a fresh burn j and in less th in half an hour the smart j is gone; if it is an old burn tho hct'.iig 1 will commence in twenty four hourp. , Ctit'-i tail is also the Indian remedy for scrofulous sores or ulcers. Aje does not dostroy it? healing properties. It can j Do lam away anu Kept tor years v.uiuu; losing any of it medical rropertier. Cfiliinui'.s ICtiru! Vo;-Id. i Thi3 true nd long tried friend of the 1 farmer, stoi ikbreeslcr ami fruit gnver, is a regular visitor at our l,::ic?, ami .1 tr.. often ask ourselves after its well tilled pagrf, iio;v .viie tills even an acre of ground afi;ii to get aloiijf without lU valuable mo jt It contaiiia r.ll that is latest and Ixt it every field of farming, t.'sk-brcet:i3g and orcr.arding. and ;s really invaluable to every household. Ii 13 publithcd weekly, at only One Dollar a year; by C. D. Column, 130 Olive Street. St. Louis, Mi Two Papers tor tlie Irice of One. t The original and enterprising dena tare of lhe bt. tiuis iC;pub!ie Ill send- ing two p.-.pore of six page. evcrv tetk to the subscribers of ild weekly editnc. iu plsce of one lO-pagc paper, is an car nest of the good treatment precised from timo to time in other wr.yv. The plan of issuing twice a week has proved vary satisfactory to all The Republic's readers, who find that they got the news earlier thas is possible by any other weekly papjr, whilu p-iying only 81 a year. This feature, taken in connection with tho special Missouri c.litijn, which give Missouri readers a great deal more State nows than can bo found in any j other paper, is bringing Tho Republic a very large increase of subscribers. Xow is the time tosubecribe. Hemeniocr tuoi . ,, . ,, , ,, price isouly 81 per annum, and yotfW?"-"- " sending in tho su!scription3 cf Tour new I m-ici:iik roi.i ow subscribers, will receive one additional I -r,,'.,,;,. i,,rai"i.WMir.i!T, iv.t. copv free. Szinple copies and a I rem- m-ivi-r.iiir iMii.ititc nf tlic-iwp"'Iuwt.,.t J ium Clta'.ngUf of 13 page will bo sent freeon application. Andres all o.-i.ers, "Tlie Kepublu. St. Louts, Mo. . . Where .Shall We Spend the Win- .Shall Wo Spend the Win- ., l- r Now that summer is past and the winter almost at hand, tho tirst thing that enters the mind ot many is where ' to go to cseax tho cold weather. Notice of different rcsort-5 are sought in every publication and the selection of one i-: linally deflided upon, hut in many cases the idea of vioiting thim is given up on the supposition that the trip will cost too much. The IJurlingron Route (IC. C. St. J &. C. H. It. R.) being fully aware of the un certainty of minds in general, and al ways equal to such emergencies, nrepro nired to oifor special inducements in i th? way of low rates to tourist poinU in ! California. Xew Mexico. Mexico, Texas, Florida, and in fact, to all potr.ts in the have on sale at all coupon stations a full li: of tnnrwf tii-lrpts whirh will allow tourist tickets which will .-.How tlie purchaser a liberal limit both going nml the' returning, nnd n choice or route3 soasjlwen published for many years, tn f.nnlkti ihom In vwit 1ilTernt points .i-Arv .Tnrt.ni.l a?or.L kuoWJ. of interest. Make up your mind to tuko h trip to the land of perpetu-l wiminer where the breezej are lwirr.e.l with triinitnl ndnn) and .!! vrmtrv lilijts are unknown. For further lnformition in regard to routt-s, rate-.4c.call on theTicki't Agent, in vour imn.ediiito vicinity or address by letter A. C. Daws, G Sz T. A., St. .losepii. Mo. ; ... , i Hall ISatO llolidny llxciir.sions. Tho Memphis Route (Kamwis City. Ft. ' Scott & Memphis: Kansas City. Clinton Springfield aud Current River lines) will .. . -. .r. .. .... ... ..ii ...... .... u,1! nmr.fl trin tifckt-tit tJ nil IKints on thcsvstepi, west orandincludini.'Me:iih-at once, niyou t.ill only have to mtn his.Tena., on Dcc'-R. '. .11 and Jan. ' tion Barnum's namn nndshowyourprcs lst. with return limit Jan. uth. JS01. at pectus in onler to make sales Half Rates (one faro for tho round trip), ' Address, except that no reduction will be mado! THE RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING CO., where tho resular round trip rate is CO cents or Icm. J. E. Lock wood. Ocnl Piissenger. At. Kansas City. flNktr Hl r.rti r-.tt I ,h I .. rtrn mt "" w . r.,...k.i..ii... i f4W frn.llJ -r .u.i-ii. i :-r -v tv. mk i t ktr I I tiTUra fr-. xuvrtrat I1.I1IUU t.,lUfc. Vvrtlum,Mmlm FREE Cointtf" fAlv Tikik fir n.wntipror.Iiin trirv will Irtl vim li v ' junctm-s BQCIM TEC IHt.lS PIANO UHP witltmil Ci. m! 13 cnl5 tor -it!irr m-mlirr. Va w III c -In n-tiim th -H;i witliri Kcuttzine la .Imrrmt It lia tlii-rc.it-H arii-iv l Ii-Mftm-iii. a" 4Ul.- rtlileil Ulrnrr. Kah!ii. KJ"ir, Ku UniriM;". Ilninu t'uiliir.-, Mn.le Hrclprs, r!e.. .r- a t--x of the nn'owli trr:itl In '.nti.irr niiiiiln-r wl'l hcgiu tSe nrw powf r ful :m! r.ci:u:K x-li.il by A UNA H. LIOHTNKR, rXTITI.CS ; Under the Chastening; itera 5, iiyj S3 WKMCES. Ai:t';.-. .l ir!ii . r.'.l." rlr !-j, hort S! th- anil Siblj. will, orl;!nal ri-...:i:-r.iiirrji;:n.lr.-.ti"i-.l. tlnvi i l.nvi:i.I. Wir.MiN. ai M::ik I'f-k. kjiilv i:kai. MaimAn Kkkvk. IIuiii-'iimh M.. 1,1 l.y ' llP.LI.nl. III-.yfM- I"!....ri-r nri! Ihrlr fill,,..,. I liv Kv .1. (:kav. Sielrbc unit lYfpi?. bv Willi 4 1 STrKi.fc.rir. In hri.bpMi :... dkv's vtill sir jm il-.e itt cf urnthlnr. c 13 ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. v Beautiful Prcnieins for CIu TERMS TO CLUBS. 3 Omlr 3..ii ! Cimlr ........... ....... IMIILHIIIK MH'IY r.itiiirnt-. r 111 rrini.aii it a:..! n::,ilc hv.t l.y t!i.iltr- (..iv.-ti Prm-tini! itisr.ir iin-:ii...-.whnM ow """". I'',us I"'" ,,:",v " i::i;' 1k ri.i;. , lnrv ..-,:,ri!-,.ii! nillt rnin. my nml ".fcilt ,. .V:.l,1'"".,."f "''" :lt '"a" ' !:.. .te i.v r.:I iKillt-m Islnxiralril ti (iniir.i i ItiiT : I'.miu. A'"'' I.lr. Snii.i.i. (. nv tl rf.MiIn ue nirc t1 1 1. 1 , r r ....... ..1. t,.. I-.""""! Trill IM I.nll..i,r.l .... , ....rv.K.i Tm r"ifr r"1'1 Khrn ''. J 'wii lm ..ciil urn tlit-E-irnipa. ."" sant' 1h-l"r.ll up ran ay in lli: Mart". t'ioi r.- iir wra;i!f lilinil f r. (jr wtiirii -i:il I r.rat unci. -(,im'- '.rili 2 00a lCir. Ail.!na,;tl!:iN L,AIV I!'1K. ri.iruf!tpii . 13. In Club with this paper GC- UtT b SLUQ islG OtNUNtL. fT'CQ S3.GQ whir.h shni4d hf! r,P.nt T." the oinee of this Pajer. T1J1L1IE!! urrvi:i:N the turn if km ami inon rsiAcus CEASED DECEMBER 1st. 16S0. I Tie Bally ami U7 teal UY MAM., PER YEAR. !p PIANO LAMP w lo.itCmg over, Tii.-Jern.vxi. n:n nt'i'i a'l li-t'u'" trnt- (,, ;i.,v ni' Uri ttllii'it I. -IV L'ivrll II 111.- r. I.C.'l-.-r ! -t "" "''"i:.. .. K. -.. t..i. It. M.lrrrl. will l-ri.i i tf.rilir.-riifinr cinns n rv.;rr4 ii:.-fi.Krrt. .Kit-i itl..i:.i 1.1.1: l:i V Winlti 1 ni nt ci'ro-nl lii'-lr. It vIUii.-I Ulit tov.lW ii T:i!rr.i :ir riiem-ral :t-ili:Hr wrmif.e Kc utn f' rt;r ribKyS V,c eiraii liitralia i ofiiC.il ; Ic'.t ILNSWl-MlliW. It vi:i pnMlsli III. r'pn:ln: Loth t!"-A'.'vl-ite! Pnsaml tin I'lil r:! fn.5niitVr.:il.iI liv lli-siT-ial liCV45rl".lri'.coeiiustiv iii tin louutrv. tee mmm price is j r.v mail i aiv.ck rnCT.i'iK rni:i.ii ' lM iiltt'.mi. iM.rxrjr .. !tll I lfc.t' .m . .It im..:.II,4 Silt. j ,,itv ar.ci .'sini'a.'. iiinfjear T.ii i Hiily a i-I .m t-iy.-K n:ini!it ... i... i:ttii.y n.i i'i iii r-ir ..... .... iwi cm Mi vIllSKlS KFI.IVCn. . Tlie K i- I'llv .l-itllKAL. Pally .-.!! fiiii Inr.will Ik- (irllvvir.l ! rinrlri nl I.V iT rr! nrlSr Jhi m-i'lli t.mn ulirirrur- liritUlniiiillini r:.ii Ihb luiiiiluii.rtl. Xrws Uro!.r-:r.:iit ":rr-;i ifrv ( SVtlilira). if tut ii"p-:t.lv It rii!ii-il nir tthi!r.-i.ralil Uu tr.i;lr, u.l! rvtil) u Ml nc. tiait i- la ly rrrn-:y lii iivirr.iIir. rtnitri riisil 4!ilerirtkii Ascrrde will lu lt:riiS!i-tl 3'iiN r:i'r mi 7iii.lrti.in T!ir.lii'lt:'Ai.i- Id' iMiiv straight UnMUmn t.!vr luMishril in Kon" ntt.riMil iilII"i1hiT faturr a in Sti. t".i-t iiiuliirniD'ilirx prjurt.tc : a tli,-tnitlmr trill f"'!ilill.c roMkr.t nrwi f tin- tiav :in! llii ii.it .:i l all pjikr.,, it I"U'jUc nu.Tisi.t U!int:t. IjLi4. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL AND AGRICULTURIST js E.VSILY liiiailrriM-iMn!.i:ir trarrli"-!t --n2or ZirtiMUnl i.m xit i r""-" fr,.m m. I ttV I:n-r:i Hiii IM i-f MTinlunK frniii whidi r:,c! ' S.SlJJC ''. ' ." .lur::NAi.ASi .oi I r.iy ot Mt riiiUi.li I irrr mi ilj'paraliul:. Ciir Ii.liCrr ..liIrrs.N III lull. IiiIiu'!:ik 1 (v.iritv :.r..l i:itr. IUniil by i'r::. lotcCie rrlt r nr ivif mitmi iriirri ourriiK. Ai!-"--i. JOUKN A I. CI litlM NY Knli-B4t"l:j, J!i. DOLLARS I SEltSE Or, HOW TO GEL ON'. A tT. Tin.fi- Pr.nTV.t- in n lTll?l?fttl 1! ins wl'JK Muim iu d aurjou. Thw ii a n?w biok by P. T. Barnutn, th? greatest Showman on earth: As a seller, we predict that it will cx- . . .. , . nnytli ng in the book lino th.it ha. tha saio ' xvIiikI have had the largest , b h .'- ' names aro , familiar to tho people, such as i.rani. 'Garlield, T.i'.migu. Stmley. etc. This being true, how can "DOLd-iAlwb AAl yKNSK" help but have nn immense ! Ha,.. tthcn its author, Mr. Barntim, is. hnowa to almost everyone? It you doubt this assertion. Mart out in your own Io caiitv.imiutw of all the Amsriean-lwrn people if llicv over hoard of P. T. Rar num. and yoii will find that at least VJ out of evcrv lft) will answer Yes; then wild the pkblishors 00 cents for tho i tend the ... . H"cnt' couipltto outfit, ami go io wor 702GIW8SJ., r- J3L Louis, Mo. tfcitr Aitr An. .i.f ".k":? KiV,,t-.'-. 1 - 4jO.,lf--lt,lU- t y vowr Wall Paporoi li. r. UQuny T.arAct attflClC Cl U1C COUQcT. - ' bars rfit ..-r!L,'ZZ7:t i li fas?'