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TaicSicri-Txi. b publl-iasd every Friday
anemias at 3I.5d"ycar In nix-Rare.
VlTertliins rates faraUHed on application.
Oregon. 11 n.
OBEGOX, ilO., FEBROATtV 80. J.8W).
Hox. A. E. Bobik, who died in Phil
adelphia two xrcekti-ago, left a legacy
of ten thousand dollars to General
The txco delegete to Chicago from
Washington Territory nre announced
t be Blaine men. Hn had the full
Toto of tka light Territories' in 1876,
and is likely to have- it again.
TftK foreign legations in Washington
knre information yhich leads them to
look for a general war in Europe t bo
distant day. The great powers are all
roady and only waiting for some one to
General Grant cams very near
losing his . life in a railroad -accidmt
mear Havana. Cuba, last Friday. The
engine struck a coii- and the train Was
thrown down au eiubankmeut ten feet
. TitE Iowa House of Representatives,
by a vote of nearly two to one, have de
cided to submit to the people a consti
tutional amendment in favor of making
women eligible for election to the Leg
If straws" show wltich way the wind
blows they do not indicate just now
that it blows for General Grant in Cali
fornia. Tho vote of the Itepub'ican
members of "the Assembly .shows Mains
is the choice of 22 to 12 "for Grant.
It seems to be conceded by General
Grant's friends, since the Hnrrisburg
Convention, that he is a candidate for
the Presidency on exactly .the same
ground as other eaudidntes. In other
words, it is no longer pretended that
the Presidency is seekitig him, but it is
-understood tlntt he, through' hit friends,
is seeking the Presidency.
Major Reno, who was recentlrjtriei
or & court martial and s'enteuced to
dismissal from the army for having in
suited a lady while he was drunk, has
appealed to the President to allow him
Io resign; and at a cabinet meeting last
- "Saturday it was determined to grant
f misapplication. Major Reno was one
of the must gallant and seccsnplislted
officers in the .service, but whiskey
CoFrxoTii, of Pennsylvania, says
thai Monday, tho 23d' of February, is
the xuivsrsary of -the Jbattl of Beana
Vista, and on'that'day he shall move to
sngpeqd tho rules 'sad pass the bill
punting a pennon to' all survivors of
.thcilexiean war. Tills is "one of the
wild firebrands, and is known hi the bill
ia peasion Jeff. Darin, as It will jpivc
. him and every other Confederate who
erred in the Mexican war a pension.
Thk Irish Societies of Chicago have
TOted to dispense with the usual pa
rade on St Patrck's Day, and devote to
the Irish Relief Fund the amount that
would otherwise bo expended in the
celebration of the day. The fame
- course is bring atrougly advocated by
tbeprew in New York, Philadelphia
-fcand other large cities, and being ac
:rfjep.tei with favor. It i estimated that
j.if this plan were generally followed and
..-ths-moncy that tvb'jild otherwise be ex-
"Beaded in public parades were set
. .apart for the relief.uf Ireland this year,
, tho sum would probably exceed f 50U
T.iTB advices from South Carolina
announce that the Rourbon leaders of
, , .... .
a.u oveie win nureiv sutctcu in wb-
franchising the bulk ot the colored vo
ter, by the enactment of the law re
quiring that every parson iu order to
b' entitled to vote sha 1 write his name
io a register provided for that purpose.
- The. News ad Courier, the' organ ot
Democracy makcj no eijacealment of
tie ohit it U 'desiryd to accomplish,
andfe t ricent issue, Fays,- editorially,
Abs-Vlhe pro'posed personal registra
.tioa will deprive many more colored
persons that whites of the right tt
vote." This is the chief recoraiueuda
tiou of the plan.
Alt. aecnunts from Ireland show the
rapid spread of destitution among the!
people. Thousands upon tens of thous-
ands have consumed their last snpplies
of food, and fever famine has made its
J Appearance and will sweep away inulti
.Jtudes unless relief speedily reaches
iiiem. At the best it Ls not likely to ar
rive intirae la meet the wants of the
most destitute. They must perish. It
is, 'however, consoling to know that
Ahips arc now being laden in New York
with, supplies, and that vast stilus of
money have already been forwarded to
purchase food and clothing for imme
diate needs ;T)ut'if will require an ini
.nense outlay'U) carry drer "the starving
peasantry until another crop can be put
In and carnered. There need be no
ear that too much will be subscribed
neither here or in England for the sup-
jiyrtof tmvperishiitg people.
The Washington correspondent of
Cameron Vindicator Lima, writes
. eouccrnisg the Hon. Nicholas Ford,
Congr-sntn from this district:
"Tho Representative from the Ninth
' District in fast making a name for hnn
sst earnest work; in fact, he is one of the
-rtwst iadefatigable 'workers here. Un
like moet jcpreseBCntivjj, he attends
not only to the lisius.s of the House
' and the committees to which he has
:.. --been assigned, but be is At work early
' and late, morning and night, in the In-
'tcrests of 'his constituents.'" There, is
" not a county iu the District front which
&Ydoe not getfrom ten to fifteen letters
per day making alUcinds of inquirii?,xk--i
ing-.U.sorts'nffavors.nnd Nicholas Ford
answers every letter, attends to every
. ' '.Inpi jry, and wever stops to ask who the
r writor ii M oaf says lie is a citizen of
. Missouri. " He is Arnest1y at work to
aeenre- liberal appropriation for tho
Improve-fcflBt of tho rirer at St. Joseph,
and also for tho erection of a subslan-
tlal!poitofHcd bailding by tho govern
ment in that city. He has so farprornn
himwdf to be a large-minded, large
jieart'ed R,irjfj'Titathe "
STIIUT OF THE FRE8S.
Petrolt Fust and Tribune. Krp.
Certainlv at present .the choice of
Michigan is for one of these two Grant
' Frightened AbnutJJshon.
TiiredbVlllade. Kep. .
Menv Virginia penide actually be
lieve that their new SenaUir.-AJencral
Mahone has become a Republican.
XAhat It Xcixob.
We choose to interpret the tote at
Harrishurg iu this war: For President
U. S. Grant; for Vice President
James G. lilaine.
Whitehall. lK. Y..1 Times Ind.
If vnur son has no Vrains, don't send
him to college. Yu can't make a
palace out of a shanty by putting a
Freuch roof on it.
An trnwnahorl auxteomen.
Clnrinnntl Commcrrlal. Ind.
Ifonrr Clav Dean looks around in
vain for any of his. political theories in
actual use! As a statesman Henry is
visionary. Iu fact he won't wash.
What CouJilInF ITopee.
Cinrlnnatl Commercial, Ind.
Whenever Senntor Conkling scratches
his back he secretly indulge in the
hope that he is scratehiug the baek of
the next Presideut of the United States.
An Arkansn Conirreaaaiaii. L
Louisville Coilrier-Joumal. Vet.
A double-headed calf has made its ap
pearance in Arkansas. What a glorious
Congressman Arkansas will have rome
of theFe days.
No Fnlfh In Dream.
KaniAS City TlrnM, Drin.
The frightful increase in the price of
white paper has given rise to the Ufo
pian dream that there may be a drought
of original spring poem next month.
Hut we are of those who put uu faith in
The Independent Rag
Rnrlliuctim llawkK)e. Kep.
The Philadelphia Times. Springfiild
Republican and George William Curti
should name their caudidate for Presi
dent. It ruiht not create much of a
boom, but it would show the people
the color of the "independent" nag,
and besides it would be fun for the boy.
A Warning; to Republicans.
Cincinnati Oaxette. Kep.
Our Democratic friends are taking a
lively iaterest in the selection of a Re
publican candidate for the Presidency,
and in proportion as the record of a
candidate is available our political op
ponents rally to his support. Republi
cans may learn something by studying
the tactics of the Democrats.
KausM far Blaine.
Atchison Cnampioc, Krp.
Kansas is just as ardently deroted to
Mr. lllaine now as she was four years
ago. Her republicans lielierr. that he
has fairly earned the nomination of hi
partv for the. Presidency, anil that hit
nomination w.6nld be. received with
more uuthusiasm "than- would that of
any other man who could be named.
Indtanapolu Journal, ltvp.
"We wish to make it a matter of record
now that it is cot only possible but
probable that the electoral vote of In
diana next year will be cast for tht Re
publican candidate It matters not who
that candidate may be; whs'ther it be
one if the distinguished gentlemen now
before the .country, .or some new man;
provided he is a reputable citizen and a
true Republican, he will in all human
probability receive tho electoral rote
of this State.
Thr Moral or It.
rhIIMflphU Times, Sorhr-t.
In the varied discussions of the claims
and prospects of Presidential candidates,
iwo iniags smnu out ciear iroiu vie ;
clouds of mist which obscure nhno.s
eyerrth'ng else. They are
t f f.i'"1" hT " ,, '
(most -with Ono acconl. asbirc, Ibe Re
nnhlici n nominate I "our! :r,.iit
2. The Republicapts ofall sections, al
most with one aceord,- decire the Demo
crats to nominnte Mr. Tilden.
The moral of these preferences could
be guessed by any average school boy.
without so much 'as pausing at top or
Beaaoeimta Hnsl Dn RnraMhlar-
Bmten Hrrald, Ind.
While the Republicans are prema
turely active in preparin? for the Presi
dential campaign, the Democrats seem
to "have no policy or puqiose. They
sec and feel the mlstiko of the extra
session, but they ebrink from any posi
tire action to correct that mistake, evi
dently hoping that by doing nothing
ceasinEr from blunderiiur-they will
j lull to sleep the appridumsion exoitrd
j in the Northern mind by tb untenable
ground they took last Spring. That
will not l ). l no uemncrais mini no
something to regain public confidence,
which they have forfeited.
UictJER the .Revised Statutes of Mis
souri, wittnesscs arc allowed fees as
followes: For attending any court of
record, reference, arbitrators, commis
sioner, clerk or coroner, at any inque.'t
or inquiry ofdanifges within the coun
ty where the witness resides,- each day,
serent3--five cents. For like attendance
out of the county where the witnesses
res'ido, one dollar. For trareling each
mile in going to and returning from
the place of trial, fire cents. For at
tendance before a Justice of the Peace,
each day, fifty cents. Witnesses at
tending more than one case in one day,
at the same place,- are only allowed
fees in one case.
Scsitor Mokkill, of Vermont, has
introduced an important bill on lhe
subject of the liquor traffic into the
United Mat Seuate. Its provisions,
fubstantially. arc: The President to
appoint a commission of live persons to
investigate the alcoholic trallic, its re
lations to revenue aud taxation; its
general economic, criminal, moral, anil
scientific aspect in connection with
pauperism, crime, ftcial vice, public
heatlh, and the general welfare of the
people. The comraisIon is In lake tes
timony a to the prai-tical result of li
cense and prohibitory legislation ffr
the priTention of inUirupuraiiee In tha.
various "Stales. The coramisMoners arc
not to be adrocatcs either of yrobibi
tion or .total abstinence. They art'to
scrrn without salary, and ar requirrd
to complete their report within two
years. Such a. commission, if nith
fullr executed, wdOId bifjr7dupiivoof
a great account ot) valuabja statistics
it eonld collect upon a subject so inter
dition of lha vat mass of w.r nipuh -
woven with tbo moral and .ociai con-
Intrrmllus; I.rtter from Jf.F. Xamr.
Ewtop. ScifmcELt-I attended tho
meetings of the Missouri Stnto Horti
ciilhiral Society, nblch held iu twenty
second annual session in St. Louis,
commencing January 20th and contin
uing three days; and, as the subjsct of
Horticulture is one in which the peo
ple of Holt couHty are greatly interes
ted, I will furnish you ft few notus of
the subjects dNeusied and the recom
mendations make by the practical fruit
growers who wem present.
The Society was called to order by
Korman J. Coliuan, president, who de
livered a very, interesting addre's in
which be congratulated the seciety on
what had been achieved through -the
constant zeal and long snntinuud
forts of the faithful few, who began this
work twenty-two years ugo, of which
number he only noticed two before
him in tho present meeting (Prof G.C.
Swallow and Prof. George Husmiiu)
who arc both connected with our State
Agricultural College and bth as earu
xt and zealeus in the work of Hor
ticulture as they were uearly a quarter
of a ceutury ago. It was pleasant for
him to state as Horticulturists we
were marching onward instead of back
ward, and that Missourians need not be
afraidjto exhibit their fruit in competi
tion with that from any other State.
We have seen it exhibited on several oc
casions with fruit from other States,
and it has never failed to receive the
highest honor. At the late, meeting
of the American PomologicBl Society at
RocIifWi-r, Xew Turk, tho Missouri
Horticulttiral S.vuety was awanld sev
eral medals for the best display of
iruiU: one for the heil display of fruits
made by any society; Another for the
best display of grape mads by any
society; another for the best di.1ay of
pears by my society.
We have millions of acre of the
linefct fruit lands in the wurld, that crfn
be purchased very cheap,' with iail-,
roads and markets losc by, in a most
favorable climate, centrally located,
with the best commercial advantages,
North, South, East and West of us.
The enterprising people of our State
want these lands to be settled tipon,that
their resources maybe developed; ftitd
when it is known by the public that
whenever Missouri puts in her appear
ance, she bears off the highest houors
for the productions of her soil, it is a
recommendation worth more than any
theoretical writing that can be done.
We regret to say, however, that the
enterprise which has been exhibited in
this State is confined to the few and
not the many. We must awake. We
must all work more earnestly for the
"merest of our favored State; for by
working for that we' are promoting our
individual inteicsts. There ought to be a
Horticultural Society in every county in
the State, and and each of these socle
ties ought to have delegates to tht State
.meetings. The information gathered
t ocelli! r from nil sections of the'State
could lc carefully digested, and then
disseminated throughout every nook
ami corner of the country, with the
very best results. Wo fel that the or
ganization of County Horticultural
Societies is u m'.ter of the highest im
portance to Ibv fruit growers of Mis
souri. - -
Reports of last year's fruit crops
were re.d frors several .of the congres
sional district of tho State. One from
thwJiuth district, by Mr. Mnddanger
ol St. Joseph, showed the crops of
Xorlh West Missouri to be equal to the
best in the State, and the prices obtain
ed for the same wore much higUor than
in any other part of the State.
Prof. George Husman of Columbia,
reported small fruit culture, much neg-
leeted in his wction, ami strawiurncs t.huj.s of some valuable teachers. Onn
almost an entire failure last year on ac j rai2Ut ,.4rt.h an,ud Jhg time these
count of drouth. He reported favor- dys and never find a young "woman
ably on the grape crop; recommended nj,u yt0u rather teach than get rear
giving rtrontr growing varieties, such rjj. Tiej joa-t grovf Uf lhat wav
as Concord, more room and not prune a jrenCral thing. " '
too short to preveut overgrowth and ?
rot of fruit I VOMKO,:r'.8 Democrat. -has raised its
Hon. Parker Earlr, President of thcl "nption price to two-hdlars a year.
Illinois State HorticulturalSocietv.spoke If its M,,,t"r c,,,,,', Set wngrw. to issue
in the. highest terms of the Turner rasp- M thc mo"f' he want' ho w"uld
herrv, of which -ariety there are now!1"' P-I ' h mouths to in
fivc hundred acres cultivated in his sec- crcaKU ih -"'eril.tiou't6 at least two
tion ; said they stood the winter wll and , th.msand .iollars a year.
Injre good crops of fine fruit He had I
shipped them to Buffalo, N. Y., St. j - Attention Farmer.. '
Paul.and New Orleans ; all went through I The undersigned harlrtg been appoin
.... , i r . ,.i.i , ) tel agent of the St. Joseph and North
in nice condition; had former.y sold at . . , 1
forty to fifty cents per quart, but now
sold at twenty to twenty-five cents per
Evans of Kansas City, spoke
highly of the Thwack raspberry (red),
of which he had two acres in bearing,
Ti.. tr.tu fr..m th mhmik nutied him
six-hundred dollar; last siinim
. in early
recommended cutting them ba
sprinj: one-half to two-thirds of their
Mr. Miller racommended the I'ryslal ' , i'-W'-V?; . v ,A
' , , . , . , . , While wo.a.sk noliftiiuy to h Vald us
City as tho best early strawborry. lrf.5n ailvanc tit publioalioir,-we require
Georjco Husmann spoke highly of the ; tinl tlrt money be placed in the hands
Windsor Chief, from which he saw ' of Mr. Davenport, ti lie held in trust
twenty .marts of berries picked from a until the, work shall jmvo been complc-
bed six by tlx feet. The fruit was hirRe
and uniform and of nu- quality. He
recommended the Charles Downing,
Kentucky and Captain Jack as be-tt
market varieties. All the members
spoke favorably of Crescent but had not
planted it enough to know much about
a . t. ... I l ..!...
it fram experience. Monarch of the
West was spokau of as a fine berry, but
blooms early and is liable to be killed
There was. quite a umber of fruit
growers in attendance from Illinois;
three from Arkansas; one from Ken-
The. Soeja.tr was, welcomed hy the
city of St.j I.oujs, wh'ieh 'gratuitously
furnislu'd.cepnimods.tions pud well fur
nished 1.1$ for hoIdiug'itV meetings' in.
. Tho -members, bv invitation visited
Krehanwe Hedern's , eniirt that win .lfieiinanisjw nounra ny pui.ii
jvxtnange, iirognsi mmuf nar eommnel a suit
Sorghjmii factory, aud Helcher's Sugar
Hofintty, at each jof which they were
kiiidiy-received and shown much of in
terest by the.gentlPiucn in charge
Most of the members took lodging at
the Hotel Hunt.corncr Ninth and Chest-
, ' .1 r .!
nut Streets, whnre thoy wore furnished
with g.xd rooms.and "crub" in variety
1 - 1na,i,7 that wo,I,J tickle, tho Pa,alft
o( an opicunt,-all at thc low price of
one dollar and twenty-flro:centa"-.per
The next annual meeting of thSocie
ty will be held at Knnsas CUy;" "
Ily request of the Dolegatertrom Ar
kansas, steps were taken, tfnd- the prpn;
limlnary arrangements made,to sirg'ai);
izo a Horticultural Society to.tfe jrijuwn'
ay tho Horticultural Sooioty.oL'th.MN-J
sissippl Valley, which will-hold-its tiFSt
sssion and fruit-fair in St. Louis. .ii.ext
September. There will be two thousand
dollars in cash offered in premiums 'us;
Will Holt County seek to be repre
sented at this grand fruitfair and se
cure a share of the liberal premiums of
fered? She can if she will. Let uare:
member that there-is no better way to
advertise our county and "help develop
its resources than to make a, grand'dis-
i p'ay of our fruits at these fruit-fairs.
We have no reason to fear competition.
Let us awaken from our lethargy, and
push onward and upward, remembering
if we remain longer idle, we will soon
be left in the rear aud forgotten.
Murray Uns.' Orchard Roller 'was
heartily endorsed ns a good, and practi
cal invention by a uuanimons rote of.
the Society. .. :t.
Tho following were ppoihted"as a
permanont committee to examine7 and
test all new and promising varieties of
fruits in their season and reportTnpon
their'mcrits: George -Htismanrr, Chair
man, Columbia ; Wm. Stark, IoiiIsianat
Pike county; Z. S.'Ragn,tIndepenr
deuce, Jackson county; JH. . Murray,
Kim Grove, Holt county; .Drj C. W.
Spalding. St. Louis.' r v
If each of our 'friends whS -havo' a
new fruit will bring or send tbrea nice
specimens of average size they wilTJw
dulv examined and reported upon '
Kelt Conntr Bible Hscltty
At a meeting of the ExecufiYiCora-
mittee of the Holt county liib.e ociety
held Februarr 17, 18JW, it was
thought best io secure- an rtort
meat of Bibles for ale at ' thirdo-
jjository, as bnt fw are nowon band
Tic committee authorized - Itev
SteuheK Ulsnckard te examine the
stock of BliJs on hand at the. deposi
tory at Ira Peter's -tore, and to order
such a variety as iel eet the wants of
1 he people. 10 turther toe iie inter
ests in Holt county the - cpmraittee
wwuld esJ)ectfullJ suggest to tnc nun
ijt.ni tliof tfi,vllfpi ahnit'd li nitnni
ized at the following points, Viz: For
est City, Forbes, Mound City, ("raig,
Uigelow, (jormng, auu AcJCi.'oint, anu
such other points as iu their judgment
would IhJ advisable. Any information
desired on the Bible cause will'be gladly
furnished, and,vheu requested -sp'eak"-ers
will be furnished when H the pow
er uf the committee tOUo go. All com
munications should be addressed to
Rev. Stephen Blauchard, 0?rgon, Holt
county, Mo. All the pastors" in Holt
'county of the different denominations
sire ex-otlicio Vice-President-i" of the
Society aud are earnestly requested to
co "operate aud further the interests of
the Ulble csu.se. '
The comuiittre appointed Eldfcr'A"r A.
Gardnor Secretary of the iocie'ty. te
t-erve during the unexpired term of A
Hlippcl; also Samuel Hershbbrgeraud
Philip Rostock to fdl '.tin: unexpired
terms of A. J. Dooley aiid' Philip Sui-
The executive committee' is com
posed of the following persoris: Rob
ert Montgomery, S. H; VHitmer, Sam
uel Stuckey, Samuel Jlershberger,
Philip Rot-lock. ' r
The American Bible Society furnish
Bibles aud Testamnnts iu both Knglish
and- German at .cast. .Depository at
Ira Peter's store, Uregon.'Mo
Chairman Kxcuiire ('dmmittee.
It has leen jjceided by the Chicago
Board of Education that,h'en a school
ma'am in that city gets married sho
will have to quit teaching. This has
been tried in a number of :othcr places,
but the experience is that it isn't effec
tive in preventing the marriage of
schoolma'ams, while it does drprivo the
, .,urPrt,e nf gathering Infonnatioa aad
soliciting siioscritnis.. tur- an miiui
jration pamphlet descriptive of North
west Missouri, jfferi! thii excellent op-
....iiittit. if fiilvMrtilntr f.Vnw yil
),.,,,, pamphlet will couTain at' least 1WJ
uaiies ami we jJiall print not less than
! tti.OtiO.coiiiuaM tht same, to be di.-trib-
i V.1 t,,ruufi,"?yK S$j!iimtaji
rKiinipe. rartlea having farm- for sale
I ,- tkU .HltWlllBpi of tniK
excellent mi'diiini'-jof' jidyivtisemeiit,
slioiilii conier wiin v.,. liaveupon,
, - uv,.ntv:U,, urds. and two
1 . 1 rf.'i. . "...I. -1.1!. 1 I
cents a word fl'Y each additional word
"Any 'one desiring to ,alvanco the
move'iiieiit.by.subscriptions will bo giv
n books for'distributioii at the nite of
j .trovttM he-guarantee U us that be
I " aaa m .. r . .!?. l
will faithfully anil; promptly ditrimite
the same. Respectfully,.
Coiifno V. Cium.
Agent St. Jon and N. W. Injiliigration
Societr. K -
Order of Publlcatiaa,
HTATE UK MIH.HOL'Itr,.l
rousTV or iioi.t. 1
In Hip circuit court of Itolt ountyi January,'
Holtrounty. ri.ilntl!T, agalaH M rF.irrrlly.
l):.iilcl K.Jonzlilns. ivtrr bltcttdan and John A
B( rchmrii. drendanti,
At thW ilay mmMflie plalatlff hfrln. and
lt'apnearlnRlo tlie mtlfallnn nf th rourtlhat
the ri frndantV lV(.f r Farrc Ily. 1'etrr Sheridan
anil Jnhn A Ilrerhmen are naa-tTJldeilta of thr;
Stale tif Mhtourl and r snoot he simtmonul la
1 hi. irtinut hi-rurV It la ordered liy the
araln-ll lurm in ini.niun,wr onjrrmuii
ural nsture of wWch li ta reMirer.of said d.
fr.irlaiits. IhKawonirt ruduvd to be dae rliln-IIITSiliowil"y-
pertain bond dotnl the .th
day of Mairh l71. for lha aura. of. S1175.U and
also all liilcrrft de UMreoa; apd that unlraa
the sald.iUfendiuit ba and appf ar at this enurt
at the next term- thereof, to, he breun .and
holdrn nt the Onrt rtone In tha e ltT of Orfjton.
in aid rnuntT. on the 3tth day 01 April issa
nexr. and 011 or.littore.the sUth day of aal-I
1 JVrro.anweror pV4 lo th:peiltlna In aald
udcni'nt will he rrmUiiu aeent4lii(ly. And It
n faillirrord.red. Ihsta iriy'hc.reaf be-pno-
l-hrd arfurninjn) law. w. a. nramn
a Rare: Chance.
"A 10 'acre fotlt'-fn'nn adjoining tire
clfv limit of Qfoiron. "for aIo cheap;
t7C0' voting fnilt trees':ju'st! commehelng
io oenr; ,wu unspiiernes. ami iMjiK
berre's Good'ht&viiuif water. For
particulars, npplyat this office, .
TvTenty-fivo per cent. by--iuyiiff'XP"r
Uerrv PlnnU. Shrubbery. Evercfcens,
lUiScs1, and fifty per cent( on vegetables
ami nuwer seeits ami pmms m o. a.
Menifee. .Everything warranted pure"
and of best quality.
" I For Sale.
A farm of of UOacres.l 1-2 miles north
east of Forbes; CO acres it. cultivation,
a pMd houso and plenty of good wa
ter both running and well; all under
good rail ferico Also a 20 acre farm
within ono 111110 01 uregon. icrms
easy. Apply to WM. IUwkin.s
Notice is hereby given that on and
after March 1st, 1880, I will commence
suit on? all delinquent tax-payers, in
cluding the year 1878. Those know
ing themselres delinquent will do well
to call and settle at on,ce and aroid
costs. BED MTKKB,
Collector of Holt County.
""Prof. Bovd's Miniature Galvanic
BtjprV is the latest. It ! recommend
ed to cure almost "all the ills flesh is
heir to." Mr. lienu Allen 01 mis cut
is the agent
The.Ute Question Stttltd,
The Peonleof Colorado have deter
mined to tisenon but Brown's Family'
medicines in the fnture, and the Utca
give 1 p. Sold by 4rn?gist. arery
HaB U belter than a beast only by
reason of something that cauaol be uetn
MistraUd by the anatomist as such.
Itaprop7t?ari TaiJeeaL Vrftaj
Hve jlwait, ty.c-'nvfcaajl iieajjjy.
J'y'fjllljnjuldit 1- the
tnoet afective Li'Cy -J.jA . rar
ofilTyi to aiijryr i r.yi puia;yijy
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
at Xnr Tort, TolaaUrU- IMann II.
-READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Br, TBTT i K To k ., 1. ltTt.
OvfHi-DnlwlViw1T I tn kdiJ
cm ( lame mum. miu i,ir . tu;l m
iljth. .. VWrTf If;. It wu
t iarKiM U .JiJiTnii9rn,
in 1 ct.Mi try aur.ru .t tM -f.ul p..r.
lniin r.tu t ir 1 av kv.cr
Vr A'.fU. UluUatlji(klM4ttBi'tiTlrtt
q.. 01 t"i!? rrj UvwUh itml tut Ui
t..-i-J- IcuMr(Ul.x.iiu.u lui
- rcngrwooo. h. r.
A HlWSe'APCJ PUii. WRITZt.
y;,Knnf Cm.Aum.Oi. ,
Dr.TTnTrD. JUg --. -4 .uik
viM iiuJ ti mur, mWrt . kirn w-t a
Had tt-rrlblu JUOrtT alT.i.
Dr-TCTTt V ITkM i.-.i.-m-"jl
unwu ,iw(M4t. W . i t-
kuJ .Xl. yiAt c .t, 1 k.C lt..l
nm.-inC!i k .tiJ...si-. I..;. I....
ii. mjL bt .art 1 k.T.,. w...-T. ...a
Rs?-, h J'-i ?jM ' "''-' j'r2.lr
I& to nif i' iVii;w t T'iJ "'-?Z
lid la Uf lyt: Jl" J o?f ;
iSrcsw-j 5'vr"i" ?. k'.Jr1
now 3 tnrel faTTst ffUacTu tnjU s'r'.
i.tn ail qic : U , r,A.l'.i l I A i
Vtjo to rI ! Hl;-. tw rj.
fwpMit Tuu'i 1 va tM V" 1" 1
Pjjalerp Jkv wLiiJ k mof-'-.
eajp vvj'yJ?z'XJfsi i tv! if
I'ui, - larH'W'V1 oStSjiTLi ul acx.r.
Siroot. N. VI
cum: roni'iB MVntu
, emir! rr.rEii ab ai.hu.
CUBO StfCK. Ir,BA.IIC.
cuilu mi.ie)0.-s CUL.IC.
Hint jf.tal Oilvr, aci. iutuUMmw, and ia
Offioe, 35 Murray St., New York.
HANK K It S AND ItltOKKRS
lAin Mnney. liny Xotix. Dr.iu- Diafls on all
i.rlrlii.ilrUlo.niiil Ciillrrthnis imimiitly m.iUr.
Kiy Tnr t r nnn-n?ltli'nt : Uuns ursntlatnl.
on mil e-talH. ami lnvitinriit liimle nil favora
ble teniL". Iiitrrrit allowed on Time Ueianlts.
Money to Loan tn Improved Farms
:. for three, fire or fifteen
arable in Installments. Call on
- . . - tit .
t'SH .MOllKISON KiVHHlUM,
public Squaru. Oregon, Mo.
K. J. KKH.OOC1,
ATTOKNKV ; AT ' LAW,
Will priftlca la all the ruurts of Holt and ad
Final Settle ant.
All tn ditors and athtr Inlrtwtod In tha es
tate of Jaroli n.ipp. dMca'cd, arc noltflrd that
lha uudarflsnrd admlnlttralar of mil ritata lu
tend to make final nttlimt of ald a-lat at
the next term of tha Prohat Cotut ol Itoll roun
1t. Mn te lie hnldrn at Orreon'. In uld rnuaty,
on ,U...h dayof VhAWKINS.
A Lady's Wish.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was aa
clear and soft as yours," said a lady to
her friend; "You can easily make, it so.
anwera'd the friend. "How ?" inouired
thc first lady. "Hy using Hop Hitters,
that makes "pure rich blood and bloom
ing health. It did it for me, as you
observe." Head of it.
ATTORNEY AT , X W .
Will practice In all Courts of Mlviiirl.Kuiia.. I
Iowa and .Nebraska. Heat KMate builneas. and .
tollcelionsprompuy arnca in.
' .CRAIO NUKSERIES
Vfll.J.JAM OAUNT. rKOlMtlKTOU
I Would respectfully lnferm lhe puWIc nener
allv that tharc purchased of the Mfto.re etale.
r:iiT.i..iiJit....h.irvi!p Unit rrimitv.
Mo., a location for a Fruit Tree Nursery. This
land Is what Ivtermrd second bottom, which is
the best for the healthy growth and early matu
rtlv ot nursery atock that eaa be obtained In
this country. Harlne permanently loealed here
I Intend wrtklnc forthe lnterf rt of the people
aa well aa myll t will crew f ruit trees, vines,
shrub, etc.. and will make One frulU a iei-UI-
tv. Ilavlni; Had leu years experience i
. vllle. Mi- I am eonlldcut that mv ar"I"R et
ijlockwllldvesatWaellmi, 1 refer to ajiv pf
mv eiltl ciilonier3.
KiKt-Uik'IkSlr-4B.t-r mMt r-i.
m.a4J. ' d-l -r --S UU ur4 fur tl-
Jv;il.1 iu tf XlotX.
S chill te Bros.
--Do announce for the benefit of tboir
4o 'business on a
Cash Basis Jan. x. 1880
We will save our customers much money during the coming year by "buvlng j
anil selling lor UMl: lor it is uasn mai
URES. Roots and Shoss, Clothing and Gloves at tu.si during the month of
January, 1880. We Always keep on hand a good stock" of
Buy Your DryGoods
THEY WILL BE
R. P. ZOOK & CO.,
FOREST CITY, MO., . .
Havo decided to clear tueir shelvss before layinjr In
their spring: stock and are offering their xtcck of
a the vry lowest possible price. JfeTerln the history
of tlic Dry Goods Trado have the markets shorm-such
strength In all tho department.
COTTON GOODS ARE IIIGIIER.
WOOLEN GOODS AJiE HIGHER,
LINEN GOODS ARE HIGHER,
And there is no telling ho-T high they may go. Con
sumers can rely on
Buying their Goods at Lower Prices now thin later
Oar prices arc still rery low anil wo shall bp pleased in hare our frieriils and
ciiKtouiers'-avsil tlicmsclresjifthc opportunity to buy now liefore tby are higher.
P. Zook & CO.,
(Patonted September M,' X87X.)
Ills tli slmi'l'.t froetant tor raalac water
UU Katilf Mjlt& to any WM cr Cittern.
JLbt ptrwg can r" oaaop ia fl.Hn ralaaio, is
It has so tluchQutl ta aa pail of liw wait Da.
rn- CXoi it Tcltld. Tlx backrU hrr 0
srala'xept tha w. lrht ol the water la tS-rn.
Tisa cmlrta ctaalaauU Met- U bclnagslTaaUad
altar einitruetloa. It ncT-r eurro aa.
U WerU sHiy. Tba chili blane4S Itwlf, so
tha oaly retuiABca t orrrcuma 1-tttio welzht of
tha wW ia tba buesns: t.ne. It U tba only
traetsra that U1 rstaa wabrfroas dtip imUs
Witaoat a o rwioafllas; laa'raaa ot frKimn.
B trill Freer rrctss. It U ihaoaypattrUUwit
crilr weriaas tia.stocd uatrui tapa teold
wlatv fa ono latn It wrxat inery Trlih
tha tbaraioaitz M dxa tttav Zero, every (tar
As tha lararlad saps pass areoi1 tha whtcl -a-praddlaUaeota
at Iba bHwma' thawtll.r
cUtera, thry ra oooauatlyiKharaiaa; air
totooia tha watt rfroattaasottB to that p. This
aot oaly thorv.aji.ly aaltaiva Ma WaUr, bat 1
lorecs alarsaaorpluaof oxyzaaXrooithaatrlalo
taa wattr, aad una atuvlaa ot oxyxrn la t offlcun t
to eoatama all ImpaitUra or titcanlo nwttcr la
tfl. ronlcat will or eUtora.
KaaaUaturtd by tba
MjjflEli Water Bentac tld Pwlffer Cs.,
802 N. Sicond Stnat. ST. LOUIS,
Sole Owsra of tha Mjrflt!FUnt
c1aaalaatnma any w-
lrlasti o tats pa(ab
erator waloh ta
J. E. AfHCROFT,
I., k. IIX
-Will IViClica In alltfourts. Heal E-tate hank
neos a I t-olieenons
mptly attended to.
Frazer 4 McDonald
FOKEST CkTY. MISSOURI.
TKVNSAtTS a tcfrpil Innklnc busliieja.
t nltrtl M:U(-ian'i r.u'"i"j
Allow InltnTt mi
c pewits when lrfl aspeelneil time,
U. 1L FltAZKU.
i. T. TIIA'fCHKR, M, I-
IIOJUKOI'ATHIST AND SURGEON,
iimm Ter A. J. faj.Uc'.H Store. North Wile of
'CalL-i promply made day or
CTvl l I I I V ! II h
ORESON TRANSFER ANBEXPBE58 LINE
To tbo public I would sar that I am
still in tho field and ready at all rlmo
to accommodate mj patrons. Any
thing entrusted to my cprnLniU be
promptly attended to.
Cornelon "With Your'Ordor
TinNKY MOI.Tr.R, rroi-rietn'r.
friends and customers. that thevl will
ouys emhis .ni me iArvfc."i- nu-l
TIME IS MONEY!1,
Itself became It ll not tear or tip the nioit
Does pot pull off r break buttons.
You can wU In the parlor, klti lteii or cellar
without splaauin tne water.
aalaauuuc tne waier. . . . .
The waUrtn the roarWuel entirely cuou up i woVk aiui I1 lal until th. next wntcy b
...i ....... win ,.., Mi-iiMmtiLMiiui-ntIv the : w."r" .r. j - -i. -
and the ttraiu
ill u....tt hi.f -uni-h liiuir IliaU 111 an
'into a ee'mruoa No. 1 3-!itwiN.-.l tub. and h tlie
Tlie machine tso arrancni imu - ,",7"
""-. . . ...... l. K . (
"ttiatte oSlVVht.le Vpchln. In exW-
ence. the risht.antle pltw working on the KUne
prlaelpIeMir waihlnB by hawl.
1 It vim w-oxh one piece at a lln.e with a smalt
anionnt of water. or .pve or f shhtsl lunkel
I .tii!U or their Mjulvalcnl. with as much xrater
aa run Choose. ltlce of machine.
.00. witnniT",, a
W..l.i) tnwhnm lilMTnl dL-U-UtintS
will lie nvwle. Tha money mint invariably an-
eanipanvtho onlor. Territory ioraie.
Kemlt bv V. (. Money Order or draft tn lhe-
ti.ntM tn wbiiDi all eommiinieaiinna iinuiii
Holt t'nilRl), 1(1
FOR SALE AND
AT 8 PER CENT. INTEREST.
J. Foster Marshal!,
AUB JJOTAKY PCBUC.
Money to Loan on'Inipruvnl Fxrms for a term
nf Years at a
LOW EATBwf INTEREST
t CAN PAT "OFF MOTE WHEN DiSIBED
! Parties having Improved, faraw for sab,
wiil.flnd itt3.tielradvaab3 by placlag
I the same In my hands, I am ceustantly
having app!l-:actlR3 for lissrcveg firms.
Leave de-criptiaa and price.
Office over Schnlte Brothers Store
AGENTS FOR TUB
With all the A'ttachments.
All Machinrs warrantsil forTbreA
We rrpsirall kinJ"ol Vacfciur and
irnrraat oar work for oae-jwr.
We ell rl kinds ofpst tn Sew. y.
inr Mach!ae and kjic-o. all kiuda af
Old MarWlnrs talrea In ezebauga for
garunkr nrtos, AT"
SCIETE BROTHERS SI08E,
m'rtcE ovect. s. niNtim uuvo ktuue.
ClIROSIC DliEJlJia A 3.SOLU.TT.
I .-lw3i-rarij(.A3"..3. toJr.!.
r B .u'tra Hetice
Xco!r hel)j cl'cu that letters lsWm
kary of w nU rtllxuoii ihcfKtilc vt Jna-.-a
Curry, dtt wtc crantrd ta tht uu.
i!neilontu.. day f February. l.0 by t-.-J--if
the l"r .-. rnurl of lloit ouualr H.
Al eTp --- t-.acaiaK ia
I ai -'.julrr- to exhibit- lha .1 tor allowance to
of M I'ltc orthy niaV te j-wiu.-rj frwm
nf"e 'Stf -. M tue."and If such c!a!m be
DHr tulblte- w'i la two yara from the dale ef
laid lrllr. li y WIO or i...tc oarrra.
iiosKA 11. i jlw p?cr.
Tho Usui $65 rVschlne Rsesto
THE NEW STYLE
i "FAMILY," SEMG MACHhl,
TnClIK-ei3TAKD a EST IX TSXWOEtU
Taa Lea? la Vie to Seabt its BaperiurSCniU.
V. Unn.r ti, u5t nntil Maehise ia l)e-
- - r j
1 IivtmI tn mil.
.', stleh. (he.aui on both ldc r of the worl.Wftifc
lUhlkltlon. mudelpbla. Va.. 11X ejpll
I with a lan; asortairnt of Attachreet er in
work than aay eUafaiathlne. aad Ri&fti to
, oulrS-A , .
lixx Horizontal 3uiua aouin, a.uMmx
''"-Tf-Jilatln- Shuttle, ttlth Xw AalaauUa
T.nU i'nurl failure.)
! Extra lontaVan-lieKhHttIe.ajilTriaaT- .
e.xira ianimr ji--".-"-uw.-i". .- -of
tl rrad. u;e away wltb tlM frnueat i
wladlVr -f lioMdns.
Thr Pi .tie fcnsion h dlretHy npoa tha thre t
and no. ..-ion ate BhbUw.aln other !,
and Is laMrtable. wbeth the Bohbla b foil ar
Th." n,rr !rf-ctIon ct Utttcb aa Taaaloa.
aah atnrYnti lowra thread! ar n"l tn-
cthrn-5 loekeAsIumltancomly la the eat-
' both sides ef any thirkaeas o work, from Utkt
rante to leainer.
Koukw-tUn nr.ilcr red the only reliable fl
knowa: frdt aeb Ide of thanedl .
I NVwSclf-ad'irttlniceTaSeup,- "yotastuax
Great width of ira. aa ai4lty f ar
work. . . .
Adaptetl to all the wane ot family MwLlj.
t'rHrrltcn ot Mechanhto.
-. M tt. 1..1
rosiute ajeiioa, cure"S -
Work. , , .
More reaauy comareuauuru iua anj
"n'wSvworVlniTreadre. yoexertloa needed
I always rtadA and never oat of ord.
It h.ia ihoroughlv establbihcd Its repvtatiea-
Ilv sewtns Jtacnrow,
i Mr,. nroducraarrrTTarletTor
' ..... --. .
i . . ...i vmi will im, no olliaa. Tba
n...n..v .h,Viillr refUHded If It will not OCT- I
WOHK and 0VTLAHT aay micuuw a. i
r i3nt sell thero faterlhan any oth,in eta-
I Orter us tnrouSa u ph
K, hilt Warraiitcd n rear. Kert ta erdae
JV.f etarsST Jlna-v ref-nd-l at on. If not
f nreieaa Clereymia.
t" ieka'pers. etc.. to art a s-jr..nt.
t ..,Ti i,m fu-,fVcd free. Foe testlm-
t l:U- ee deaertpllTe rooKs. ai:uia wiia
"fninilir" !owintr WapiTi fi) .
r&LUlM uywma. luuwuuo u-j.,
run RRtAnw.tv f.w yiR.