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' Oregon.. Mo.
OltEGOX, MO., APRIL. 30i 1880.
THE CIRCUIT JUDGESHIP.
Thi. Savannah Saturday Democrat,
roping to our recent comments oaits
criticisms of Judge ICcllcy, says:
Mr. Davenjiort of. the Sentinel, in Holt ceun
ty.Isa warm friend and personal admirer of
Judge Kellcy. As Is shown by the above e
tract, the Supreme Court it not entitled to re
spect or consideration wJicn it conflicts with
the" Siitlncrs friend and Judleial iiargaon.
Judge Kellcy's friends sliare the opinions oClhe
Bentlnel hi a large nicasareind think it Is not
wise to Impeach his competency by comparison
UU the learning of the higher Court.
"What will be the astonishment of the
Saturday Democrat when it learns that
the editor of the Sentinkl, so far from
being "a warm friend and personal
admirer'" of Judge Kelley, is not even
acquainted with, him and never spoke a
word to liTm in his life!
It is a common habit with many per
sons, when they cauKot controvert the
statement of an opponent, to ascribe
. his opinions to other than the real
cause. The Sentinel said the Su
premo Court of Missouri is an objot-t of
derision to many of the best informed
members of the bar throughout the
State. That was, aud is, true. ' The
.Saturday Democrat replies by saying
the Sentinel makes these statements
because its editor is "a warm friend and
personal admirer" of Judge Kelley.
That was not, and is not, true.
The Satuiday Democrat gave a very
insufficient reason for its antagonism to
Judge Kelleyandthe Sentinel prompt
ly exprosed its weakness- That was
all there was in the matter.
The Sentinel was not moved to its
icily either by friendship to Judge
Kelley or enraity to the Supremo Court,
but by a desire for fair play. And it is
certainly not fair to condemn any cir
cuit judge because his decisions are re
versed by the incompetents who have
been placed on the Supreme bench, not
for their learning in the law but for
their strict adherence to the dogmas of
'OW FOR IIVLIXOIS.
All eyes aro now turned on Illinois.
The 42 votes of that State in the Nation
al convention will decide who is to lie
the Republican candidate for Presideut.
"Without those votes Grant cannot be
nominated. His friends rcalizo this and
are making Herculean efforts in his be
half. Last week an immense Grant
nas meeting was held in Chicago,
which wai addressed by Robert Lin
coln (son of the cx-Tres5dcnt,) Stephen
A. Donglav (son of the ex-Senator,)
John A. Logan and others, and meet
ings are being held, night and day, in
every township throughout th State.
The' Blaine men are also hard at work.
V. hat the resiit will be it is impossible
tOiforctell, but it is our opinion the
tate will send a divided delegation
tq.phvcago, y&have not abandoned
tmr hope and our belief that Washburn
will yet be tha nominee.
The United Stites census to be taken
this year will iave anew feature-a sep
nrale volume describing the fifteen or
-Jwenty.lcading cities. Colonely War
ing, of Newport, Ii. I., has been put in
. The Holt County Sunday School As
sociation 3IcH their regular eemi-antmal con
vention in the Methodist church, For
est City, April 20th and 21st.
The following is an ab. tract of the
Tuesday morning was spent in pray
er and akristian conference; while the
afternoon was given to discussion of
the 4th topic on the program, "Sun
day school officers," and an honr spent
in general questions and auswers elic
itingdively discussion and practical in-f-inuation.
The night session witnessed a larger
audience wico listened with interest to
the discussion of the general exercises
of the Sunday Schools, such as opening
and closing, Singing, Reviews and
Blackboard, led by Brothers Bird, Hill
Wednesday's work was still an ad
vance on the previous day. The mor
ning gave us the heavy institute work,
perhaps the most profitable of all:
.Lesson Preparation, by Rev. Showal
ter. The Books of Mattherr and Gen
esis, by Rev's. Maupin and Miller, re
spectively, furnished the solid meat of
the session and were highly instructive.
The afternoon session devoted to
"Teacher's work" and "Miscellaneous
business," election of officers, etc.,
passed off pleasantly, followed at night
by the closing session that was felt to
have been if possible the best of all.
The attendance throughout was good;
at least forty were presnt from differ
ent parts of the county, representing
six of. the ten townships; besides the
people of Forest, who were fully repre
sented at all the meetings, day and
night. Mr. J. Garside and daughters,
from Atchison, guests of Mr. V. Hovey,
added greatly to the interest of the
first day's session
Prepared speakers and lively discus
sion made this perhaps the most valu
able convention to Sunday School work
ers ever held in Holt county, while the
hearty singing, earnest prayers and
prominence given the Bible in all the
meetings, gave a spiritual tone felt by
The followiug statistical report was
read, baing nearest correct for the whole
county, including all last summer
LewU township: schools, 13; officers
and teachers, 140 ; scholars, 700; money
Benton township : schools, 9 ; officers
and teachers, 85; scholars, 510; money
Clay township: schools, 3; oSicers
find teachers, 25; scholars, 175; money
Nodaway township: schools, 4; offi
cers and teachers, 0; scholars, 200;
money raised, $00.
Liberty township : schools, 1 ; officers J
aud teachers, 35; scholars, 220; money
Union township.: schools 4 ; officers
.and teachers, 35; scholars, 300; money
Bigelow township: schools, 3 ;officcrs
and teachers, 16; scholars, 125: money
Forbes-township: schools, 3; officers
andi teachers, 21; scholars, 175; money
Hickory township : schools, 3; offi
cers and teachers, 20; scholars, 100;
money raised, SG0.
Lincoln, township: schools, 2; officers
and teachers, 10;. scholars, 80; money
Graud total in-county: townships 10;
schools, 48; officers and teachers, 417;
scholars, 2,645, total number of officers,
teachers and scholars, 3,002; total
amount of money raised, SI, 155.
The following officers were chosen
for the nest year:
President, C. Hoblitzcll ; Statistical
Sec. and Trcas., Gso. A. MeKinlay.
Recording Sect etary, W. A. Gardnei.
Executive committee, J. B. Denny,
Daniel Zachman, B. O. Cowan, Hugh
Montgomery, D. McDonald, aud
Township Vice Presidents:
Lewis Robt Montgomery.
Benton J B Denny.
Clay R C Hunter.
Nodaway J II Fickes.
Liberty Wm G Mclntyro.
Union C A Doughty.
Bigelow R P Lewis.
Forbes N F" Murray.
Hickory E S McDonald.
Oregon was chosen as the next place
of meeting; time, Tuesday, 11 a.m.,
October 5th 1880.
A vote of tliauks wes tendered the
people of Forest City for their hospi
The State work was endorsed aud
those schools which had not done so
requested to take a collection for it and
forward to the County Secretaiy if pos
sible before the meeting of the State
convention at St. Joseph, the last Tues
day in May.
Township conventions were iirgod ;
the Statistical Secretary was requested j
to secure a count1 record book ami
gather full and reliable statistics for the
next meeting; and last, but not least
by any means, scholars, teachers, and
especially superintendents were ungent
ly recommended to memorize the Script
ure lesson each week.
This is the work done and proposed
by what was perhaps the test and most
interesting Sunday School convention
ever held in Holt county. Good feeling,
a brotherly spirit, determination to
work, were everywhere apparent. Sun
day school workers of Holt county,
your association calls you to more earn
est effort, and higher attainment in the
next six months. How many will fol
low? C. IIonLiTZEi.L Pres.
Geo. A. McKinlat Sec.
A Yountr Republican's Screed.
Biqeloav, Mo , April 19th.
Editor Sentinel: Having just i
emc.-ged into the political arena, I feel
like giving vent to my feelings upon the
greatest political question of the day
Monarchy or No Monarchy. I have
watched with groat caro the political
principles of both parties; choosing the
Republican party as the most faultless,
and the one to attach myself to. Dur
ing Gen. Grant's jmst career I thought
no American citizen could rea :onably
complain of his conduct until the pres
ent time and crisis.
Whither shall we advance four years
down the road to Monarchy or not?
Why is the German element of our
country rising in one oice and denoun
cing the idea of infringing upon the
time honored custom of our Presidents?
Because foreigners are more appreciative
of American liberty than we are; be
cause they have experience to their full
satisfaction Monarchy, Slavery and
Serfdom, in their worst forms; and well
understand how they came by it.
I think Gen. Grant should not be
nominated by the Republican part-;
he has received twice from the hands of
the American people the highest offieo
within their gift. Ho has had honor,
wealth and fame ; what more can a man
reasonably ask for from an indulgiug
populace? There ard plenty of men in
this country who have superior ability
to Gen. Grant, men who commenced
life upon the same level as he, and who
have worked themselves up, with hon
or, xcarly to the pinaclo of fame.
What more magnificent and splendid
example could be set beforo the nations
of the earth than a man no matter how
humbly born, can, by perseverance
and integrity, risa to the highest office
iu our country? Life is too short to
bestow this distinguished honor upon
any person for a longer period than
eight years, and it is certainly unprin
cipled and profligate for an individual
to ask far more. I hope every young
man in this country will "switch" if
this manly principle is deviated from.
What more grand and noble thought
could a young man have than to look
back to the time he cast his first ballot;
and reflect that it was to assist a man
into tho highest office in our country,
who commenced Iifs a bootblack or a
farmer Garfield or Blaine.
G. Waltek Smith.
Note by toe Editok. The advice
our young friend gives to young Re
publicans, to "switch" in the event
of General Grant's nomination, is indis
creet, we think. We do not favor
Grant's nomination, but we believe in
abiding by the will of the majority,
fairly expressed; and if the Chicago
convention places Grant at the head of
our ticket Ave think it the duty of every
Republican to work with all his might
for his election not because he is Gen
eral Giant, but because he is the nomin
ee and representative of the Republican
party, which is the only party that can
bring peace and prosperity to the coun
try. We are confident a little reflection
will 1 onvince our young friend that this
is tho right view to take, and that if
Grant is nominated as now seems not
improbable he will be found earnestly
battling for his election
Four Pair Duck
A Pair' of Boy's
Boy's School Suits
Boy's Dress Suit.
Diagonal Coat and
AT 409 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MO,
Arcade, One Price
Ml J "9
LAESEST ' STOCK, BIST SELECIIOU, 101 EST PRICES
400 Xolix Street.
1 2. L 3. I 4.
Dress Goods. Boots &Shoes Clothing:. Hats, Clips.
New Styles and at We have a magnifi- Call and gctptf- Weijffer an ele-
reasonaolc prices, eeut line. Cheap ces on new stcck. irantinc.
Hershberger &. Hershberger &. ' Hersbberger & Herstibergec &
Auderson. Anderson. Anderson. Anderson.
5. Q. I 7. -r&.
Notions. Hardware. Plows. Harrows.
All the latest nov- You should call Tin Davenport: Tho Canton Vibra-
elties. and yet prises. best in the field, t tor; the Kingof all.
Hershberger &. Hershberger &. Hershberger &. j Hershberger &,
Anderson. Anderson.. Anderson. Anderson.
9. 10- I 11- 12-
Cultivators. Sulkey Plows Champion Tho Keystone
The Celebrated The Best known J Reaper and Mow- Planter; the far
Davenport make. to th market. I er ; the peer of all. 1 mcrs great friend.
Hershberger &. I Hershberger & sHershberger &. Hershberger &.
Anderson, I . Anderson.! Anderson.! Anderson.
13. " 14.- j 13. Wcartnpwith
The Avery Groceries. New Print. i? markets on
Staik Cutter" is Oxr stock is large Elegant new styles pnecs in all out
favorite of all. aud completo. Ladies call. '
Herahberger &. Hershberger & Hershbergerffc "In&rson
Anderson. Anderson Anderson. An-trson.
(HERSHBERGER & ANDBISON)
MCKIMEY HUIDLEY& WALKER'S
As we are determined to maintain our reputation for being the Lhxtl and Lowes
Priced Dry OooU Ilousc'm Stj Joseph, we will offer this week such inducements
iu every department as will convince all who will call upon us that we ut only
have the reputation but aro iu fact.
TH1E LOADING Dl 00008 HOUSE
OF NORTHWEST MISSOURI.
Fifty prices White Pique great bargain 8 1-2 cevts. '
Twrnty-five pieces Striped Pique, splendid value, 1:1 1-2.
Fifty dozen Brown Huek Towels. ".' cents per dozen, 7 1-2 cents each.
Twenty-five dozen Hleachcd Towels, 1.35 p;r dozen, 12 1-2 cents eaeV.
Ten pieces Unbleached Table Linen, hravy, 25 cents.
Fifty pieces heavv Twilled Crash, G 1-4 Vents, worth 10 cents
Twenty-five choice styles Dress Good, 8 1-2 to 25 cents.
Filty pieces beautiful Dress Lawns, 10 and 12 1-2 cents.
Two huudred and fifty dozen Ladies' and Missca' Hose, 8 1-2 to 15 cents.
Fiftv dozen colored Kid Gloves, 50 to 75 cents per pair.
Twenty dozen white Corsets, 75 cents, well worth SI. 00...
Fifty dozen Children's Lawn Dresses at 05 cents raeh.
Fifty pieces cottonades, choice styles, at 12 1-2 15 and 171-2 cents.
Twenty-five pieces Spring Cassimeres, 4.0,-15, 50,. 60 and 75 cents.
Twenty-five pieces Ducks and Dentins, at 12 1-2 and 15 cents.
Splpnilid Cheviots, at 10 cents, very cheap, at 12 1-2 couUh r T
Fifty pieces Bleached Muslin, splendid bargain, lO.cents.
Beautiful Scotch Ginghams, twenty-five styles, at 15 cents
Hundreds of other ai tides that cantiot be duplicated in this city for the price
CALL AID EXAME OUR STOCK- AND BE COMCED.
411 and 413 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Mo.
Snccessor.s to .A.. E. McKINWEY.
FORD & SMITH,
TOIEME.!? CITY, BIO.
Wo have just received a largo ixvoiee of Merchandise suitable for Spring
Trade, consisting of every variety of goods iwually kept in a first-class store.
Wo call Special Attention to our Lino ef
We will mention only thoso best known to the trade:
Weir Plows, Brown Corn Planters, Studehaker Wagons.
With n view to the accommodation of the trade we will koop our stock well
assorted. Respectfully inviting our friends and customers to call anil examine
our stock, we ivmain Very Acspectfulry,
FORD & SMITH,
FOIIEST CITY, MO.
Four Fine Shirts.
A Fancy Scotch
All Wcol Business
A Dress; Suit.
The abov2 3 the
only correct so
lution thus far
THIS AVEEK AT
Editor Sentinel : Twenty-five
years ago bee keeping was a sadly neg
lected pursuit. Here and there a far
mer kept a few hives, to furnish his own
table with honey, but no one thought
of making it a business. But since the
introduction of improved hives, Italian
bees, honey extractors, comb founda
tion and other useful improvements, bee
keeping(.h;is assumed a new aspect; has
in fact become a separate industry.
Movable frame hives not how pattencd
give the apiarist full control of the in
terior of the hive and enable him to
turn the bee's instinct to his advantage.
But let me say here that it is not prob
able that there will ever be a hive that
will be moth proof or perfect in itself
aud give good results without at least
some attention front the-owner, in spite
of the numerous patent concerns claim.
ing to be non-swarming and moth
proof that have been heretofore peddled
throughout the country, often by icven
tors who have-no practical knowledge
of bee keeping. Some farmers within
the past few years have rushed head
long into the business of bee culture,
expecting to rea ize a fortune in a short
time. Naturally many have been dis
appointed; for bee" keeping, lik other
avocations of life, needs thorough study
and careful preparation for the work
The theory mast first be learned and
then put in practice; and to make the
business- more successful we would' rec
ommend the Italian bee, they being
more prolific, more handy and from a
climate somewhat like ours. We think
them far superior to the little Black
bee; aud by all -means get a movable
comb bee hive. You can then artificial
swarm without trouble and liandlc your
bees more readily. Your hives should
be kept in good order; not too close to
gether say six feet each way; all filth
and nuisances moved from about the
Apiaary. See that thev aro strong in
in numbers, rich in stores and water
close by, in order to stimulate to early
breeding. Yon should have cnmigh of
apiary knowledge to know the piecn
is not a king, but the mother of the
whole colony; that too many drones is
a nuisance, being what we might term
tramps that live off the industry of
others; know when and how to artific
ial swarm your bees and when to let
them alone aud not get along too fast;
and in rearing queens know when and
how to start your nucleus and what age
and condition the eggs must be in to
put in a nucleus, aud amount of eggs
and brood comb; also the kind, in or-
djr to rear a good healthy queen. It
would not be amiss to know when your
new queen will go out upon her bndal
tiur that you may be certain you have
a fertile queen, for without a tested
queen j o ir colony must perish.
All the above are very essential to
the ncwloinners; and last but not least
with one of my movable comb bee
hives and a chang of stock from the
black bee to the Italian and even-thing
clean and tasty, and willing hands to
take hold, we will guarantee success.
These will have a good tendency to make
honey an important item of wealth to be
added to Holt county's prosperity. All
that is lacking is an interest awakened
in the matter and bees to gather the
honey. Nature makes the honey and
all wo want is bees to gather it. Pees
gather their own food without recom
pense, and we hope the day is not far
distant when we shall see added to Mis
souri products honey in the markets
throughout the length and breadth of
our prosperous States. Then we may
justly claim we have a land of Canaan,
flowing with milk and honey.
.1. P. R.
T. I.. Price A Co., hnve n eomplrtr
lock nrftprlngrnmt Mmmef Clothlusr
for Men. Itoyn nuil Ynutln, which thoy
nrc Msllln? nt Bottom l'rlccn. Call nn4
nee nn it set prices before pureliiulus'.
Planting Forest Trees.
Week before last re called tho attention
of the farmers of Holt county to the law
concerning the planting of forest trees,
aud stated that we would publish the
law in full, for thoir Information, in a
future is'uo. It will be found below.
Chapter 107 of the Revised Statutes of
Missouri is as follows:
See. 5G97. Every person planting
one acre or more of prairie land
within ten years after the passage of
this act, with any kind of forest trees,
except black locust, and successfully
growing and cultivating the same for
three years ; anil every person planting,
protecting and cultivating, for thrco
years, one quarter of a mile or more of
lorcst trees upon Ins own land, to be
set not more lhau one rod apart, and to
stand at the end of three years not more
than two rods apart, shall be entitled
to receive for fifteen years, commen
cing three years after said grove or lino
has lioen planted, an annual bounty of
two dollars per acre for each acre so
planted, and two dollars for each quar
ter of mile so planted, to be paid by the
county. Said bounty shall not bo paid
any longer than said grove or line of
trees is kept alive and in a growing con
dition. Sec. 5G98. Any person wishing to
.-vail himself of tho provisions of the
preceding section, shall, within three
years after planting said grove or line
of trees, tile with the elerk of tho coun
ty court, a correct plat of said grove or
hue of trees, showing on what section
said grove orlins of trees is situated, at
tested by his own oath and the affidavit of
at least two householders of the vicinity,
setting forth all the facts in relation to
the cultivation and growth of said grove
or lino of trees.
S'ic. 5699. Tho county clerk shall
present said plat and affidavit before
tho county court, and if the court find
from all tho facts derived from the plat,
affidavits and other sources, that sec
tion five thousand six hundred and
ninety-seven has been fully complied
with, they shall issue a warrant on the
county treasurer for tho amount found
See. 5700. Such certificate shall be
received and taken by tho collector of
revenue of tho county in which the same
was given, for county taxes, and such
collector shall be allowod credit to the
amount of such certificate on behalf of
High Class Poultry.
Brown Leghorns, best egg producers
known. AUo Plymouth Roeks and
Golden Liiccd Sebright Bantams. Eggs
carefully packed in baskets $1.50 per
11!. Six hens and one cock, Black
Cochins, very fine, will sell for S10 if
sold soon. PARK TKRRKLL,
- Uix 855, Obcrlin, Ohio.
Allen Frazer & Co.,
(Successors to J. M. CLARK,)
Largest line of Agricultural Implements in the county, consisting of
Plows, Cultivators, "Harrows, Corn Planters. Etc., Etc.
We arc agents for tho following?
THE WEIR CULTIVATOR. ' .
THE CELEBRATED KANSAS WAGON.
THE IMPROVED BUCKEYE MOWER.
" TABLE RAKE.
" " HARVESTER.
MASSILLION THRESHING MACHINE.
Nichols, Shepherd & Co's Vibrator Thresher; Kingslnnd,
Fergruson & Co'h Power Com Sheller, (shells -with or
without shock). The only Sheller that grives perfect
Satisfaction. Dickey's Young: Giant Fanning: Mill.
Barnes' Wire Check: Rower; Fence Wire, barbed aud
The Largest and Best Line of Cook Stoves.
Tin Shop in connection with Hardware. Roofing and Spouting done at low
est prices. We offer extra Bargains lor the next Sty Days in Plows, Cultiva
tors, and Corn Planters. .
Hnving purchased the Hardware Stock of John F. Davi3, of Mound City, I
wish to announce to the people of Holt and adjoining counties that I will keep
ok hand at all times a general stock of
ard ware 9 Stoves,
TINWARE AND OUTLERY.
HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS,
Such as Locks, Bolts, and Edge Tools. Also Revolrirs, Muzzls and Breech-Loading
Shot Guns and Ammunition, and the Largest Stock of
in (he count', consisting of the celebrated
The Lightest Running Plow now mads. Also the Ceieratad
ILUNT & WILSON OyiTIVATORS,
PatHnt Spring. Also the
iEft YRigRATiNS HARROW,
And the Justly Popular
D M Osbom's Self Binding Harvester.
D M Ostorn's Independent Harvester.
D M Ostorn's Celebrated Mower.
The Wheeler No. 6 Combined Self Rake.
The Shepherd Vibrator Thresher, with horse
or steam power. I am the Sole Agent for all of the above in Holt county, and
will soil at bottom prices
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty. All Workand Machinery guaranteed-
JOHN F. DAVIS' OLD STAND,
MOUND CITY, MO.
MOXJIVD CITY, BIO.,
Barbed and Plai re. Fails, and Wagon Timbers.
A First-Class Tin Ship In connection with the Store. Repairing Promptly
Attendee to. Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS
R. P. ZOOK & CO.,
IIsivo decided to clear their shelves hefore laying: h
their spring stock and are offering their stock of"
at tho very lowest possihlo
of the Dry Goods Trade have the markets shown sucli
strength in all the departments.
Our prices are still very low and we shall bo pleased to have all onr
customers avail themselves of the opportunity to buy now before they aro higher.
P. Zook & CO,
Iorcst O i i y, to,.
HOLLOW - WARE.
price. Never in tho history
Oregon Public SchoIy.
Report for the month ending Fridav,
April 23, 1880.
Sen; ' Seit
Brodbeck B 9i; Berrcs Mary 9t
Bunker Lena 99 Burns Minnie 77
Cross Ida 95, Cottrcll Bettio 96
Pinkston Ida 98 Seeman Anna it
AshworthJno 89 MarktJno 34
Soper Wm 92
BcrreslEaima 91 Beeler Susie- 96
Comer Anna 96 Cartright Anna 85
Holtz Minuic 97 Howell Blanch 9
Kyger EI ma 95 Kaucher Lillie 92
KiesIna 93 Xies Nettie. 9t
Polk Kate 73 Russell Cora 96
SchatzMagia 89 Seitz Bertha 92
Allen Eddie 88 Castle Otho 85
Evans Eddie 88 Montgomery!! 91
Peter Frank 83 Senor Samma 8t
'-' Xectie ETGaedxeit, Teacher-
ROOM, NO. S.
Examined" and Promoted to Rooar
Examined and Promoted to grade.
Pinkston Ira ,
AND NOT l'HOMOTED-
Bunker Charlie Foster Lillie
Sehulte Levi Spoerj! Philopoena;
Spoerfie Minnie Sterrett Charlie
Allen Floyd Baker Lewis
Bennett Claud CookJennio.
Copeland Belle Copeland1 Minnie
Howard Hattie Lang Charlie
Nigg Wolfgang Payne Willie
Rhodes Celia Rhodes Minnie
Sehulte Samuel Taylor Charlie
Spoeilie Annie Watson Mandi(sick)
Sickness in families, reported the
cause of the failure of some pupils for
not bcingpresent at examination. Sev
endmeritorioiM pupils reported sicic.
SeeelhaG. Thomas, Teacher.
Hen Dep Sw'i Vet
Dollie Harris 95 87 Anna Jackson 97 10
Ed WeUon 9(r 90 Lizzie Payne 90 79
Jennie Pavnc- &" 70 Henry Welton 80 82.
Bella Huffacre88 CO t has Harris 85 75
Gertie Harrij 90 65 Missouri Hays 90 85
, Ollie Huffaere;85 60 Lcn Tall 85 87
) Minnie Tall ' 85 85 LizzieWiIliams856.
: E Washiagton9 ) 92 Bella Williameitt 60
Lonnie liars JK- 90 2 Enoch 98 to
Mmt&llsys "80 75
I STiJnow collecting thodelinnnent
. . t, . I- . , A 11
liiAcn, uuiu jm.i aniL rum. iu
persons knowing theuwlres delinquent
must com forward imkdiatelt and
Jar their taxw. a I am compelled
or my own protection to eBforw tho
laws as directed by the proper authorities-
Conntv Collector's Qfliee, Orefron
t Mo.,' April !, USO.
i FK EI) MYERS.
i Coun,v Collec'o
A large and completo stock of nil
kinds and style of fancy goods for la
dies. The latest fashions and roost approv
ed styles in M niinery. Call at tke
CURItr & JOHNSON',
First Door East of the Fort Ollice,
" I have placed on sale at the follow
ing named places, a fine lot of fresh
ami puro German Millet Seed: Ai-Fra-zor's
Hardware store. Mound City,Mo .
and at the stores of Messrs Hooporand
Smith A Hunter, Craig, and also at my
residence. I warrant the seed to bo of
prime quality. J. S. Chank.
Strawbcrrv Plants 50 cents per ISO.
Ulackburry Plants, 1.00 per 100.
Kaspberry Flants, 23 cents pr 100.
I have a large stock of some varieties
and must sell.
J. N MENIFEE.
Will be kept thisi season at Durham's
stabltt. Mound City, Mo. He. is a thor
ough bred stallion, crossed with many
of the fastest horses that have ever ap
peared on the American turf. Has five
direct crosss fri imported Diomede,
three from Sir Achy, one from. By
Diomede and onoom Hamiltonton.ths
famous trotter, 'ie direct line of de
scent is from Imported Diomeil. Sir
.W.hv Rynalilo, iVaxy and John Kith
anl.iMt RichTrnl is his grand sire.
For further refereutfe eo stud book.
Pasture will be furnished free to those
who bring mares from a distance. All
care will beised to prevent accident,
but will not be responsible should any
occur. Price to insure living colt, f 15
or $25 for two.
C. C. Akin.
AVhcn you aro in Craig, don't fail to
call at Beyer's drug store. He curries
the largest stock of Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils Wall Paper, and Fancy
r. i.Y-T.w tn hf fnund in Holt rotintv.
! and is selling them at prices to snii the-
times, uive him a call ueroro pnrcnas
Go to Boyer, the "Iloss Druggist" in
Craig. You will get your prescriptions,
tilled bv a competent druggist. Ho
has tho best selected stock of drags in
northwest Missouri. Ho is the arent
in Craig for tha celebrated Rubber
Paiut, tho best and cheapest paint now
Xottre b tieivby given that tho estate of Jon
nrtta (itenn was nritereti luto my hals cn the
13th of May. ls;9. by the Juile Df tho Frobatt
routt of Holt comity. Mo.
AU prrwtis havlnj: claims asaln't 9M estato
aro tenulmt to exhibit them for allowance tOi
the uiHUTilKnetl within oue year after the date
of salt onler. oa thov may b nrvIuteJ from
anv BMieflf M .aM estat i. and tf salit claim bu
ot exhibited i Ubin two year from te date ot
salit order they wilt be frrevcr barrrd.