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Wrw Kiu!'hir dh
urejon, nolt County Sentinol
(The bounty Paper)
(Varm scire m Kflir cMmrv.'MdT)
4 "4t f
VtV V Ihl I i II M ' PI. ill 11 lili 1 IPbi. I
f YOLUMK XArJ.
- Vrs. O. C. lift) I quite MrV.
nowilujinitlVoTiiK CotTfTV f'AH'.u?
Iinm.to Ira Mepli.nsnuand wife, ni Heoenr
tier if., IS"0. h t ne, boy. 'Ill I wakes )'. i. Ko
ovk, r a itrt.nl grandfather.
- Y. Noss and riwnins ntnl Jfr.mlah were ;
cultivated null" hvrly byihMmjsdiiilnelhe
llp.ul whiilunaofour pptr 'Hionilpntt li'it li
Myul'Oiif'.'iuw to 1IcIii"iIip Npw Vinr." It cim-
ImIii". Mrh rm-fllrul ivdvlcn, wlilrh eu-r) body
miKbl tn follow.
H know nf n.thliiR ttint I mt" will p!p .
TXllnylo Urn 1'iililMier .f n rifwiMju'r tlmli to
mr ii htn!.riuM in t;iV;r lnvl impir end nil I
U lime Kiioiiuir nu hit iiPllitor f)r tup ronu
Ihir n( It
UlK of It
Two WIiIIp l."Bhorn rU. two Plymouth
L't rk ro', mill oiip l.liilit tlriilinm nck mid I
unl.lirlillic-ihiii:iliiM.ll lull blihid mnl imrp. 1
wit In' bmitlit clu-Kji by Apdyl.Vt ti Uic Pd1llor I
-Wohavrtat U-nsll. f cured the- vrrfpea of
lo ruiLhr SV- l'olnt coireM.oliil' III . and i
iUenUi'f that vi:liiltv niu) lier.r.ttPrnpnct to
nudniipwlettprAuutiatirfliiTaa c t..vrv
J'AVSH pypr wek.
-iNc' I'ii! nt boy who vrrol t" Kanta
tl:tt for n pony w,u wlp mtotieh to mid i
'IWIpt. IfheUa ..mlp. I'..', :'::irtV pran
crvo hl .unio on n ...uleV mn.it
. .. , i .
-Jir. i.eorifi' r. i.uPKimnu npm.sniiKin - ii-
Iase In thu btiiPdlnt; of tlwrouj;h.bre I l'ol.uid
Vtil.ia ho;:i. lie wilt krp only it Itfrt
..lock, which he Wllls-IIM KMSonade pu''.''
luiswiiii inp m -
-t'rlemU. Jbimar. rni'.ntrvnn u . I.eud ns !
fir aid In liiaUltiu 1 UBt'oVXTV I'AI'Kll better )
lliau over ticiore.' iJlva us ywr "n T.tf s'.ip- j
purl" in Vji uluipe "f a renewal m nunci.)i- i
IIjii. Han't Ayull llll "after awlille. "uul renew
w tnMer that ynn may not mNs u nfu
uuuibcr. li'Mi'l. jou fiirpKI It I
' Ti.enly tenant houses In Omson are warjted
' (edlalnly The Iiipiuiip from such would be
P. .... t. .I..I1.. .....nil, n..l .,fl..n I
lurmer .u llnd one wh.ne lea.ilr.E Idea Is Im-
-Will lend to bHniab-uitheo- refills he ,.,l!tp;y
f.euks There Is no i-ueh words as --staiid still"
3h bis vocabulary. W.-Uve hi an a-jo of pro
Sik, slid all He "k- should kaepiii with !',
We n-tlce that quite a liuinlur of our ex
firiauswaniOMe them tin- Orison I'ies and
t'rals (larpttA .-up publishing bU -ilspitlse-liieut
beartml itendelssolin 1'lanot. The) have
breiLtflakPii In" b a temptliir,l baited hook
Iroutoae of th.' trlcki.est Advi.rtlsluit AKelits In
Urn Cnlteil Ktatc-s. It thc will wj rnrtfully
td th.lr coutraet another time lli'.-y may
lie itblt- lo discover the concealed African.
tn his matrnctlons to the trand Jury last
Jlonria) .Indue Kelley railed upecial atUhillnn
in tlie law lu repaid to the killing ol blrdj at
..ttHlii seasons of the year. ThU Is ritbt ; and
w would like to ppc nil example, made of Mime
of tlior.e Vbo ruthlessly slighter the hnriulesa
lltltci birds. Kvery tunii who has an orchard or
Earden Is IntelU'tPd In preserliii!,tbelive of i
W notlcft In our exehnui.- w that tlie'y ouiir
Men In sonic of our iip'l-hborli)i: t.wnv are or
Xinl'li'n ' Mock Oonyr ." and 'Moot I.-kIs-Uluius,"
to pass away the Ions winter even
!hk. Conutblin; ol ihtt Wind shnuld be done hi
Jr(ton. Thtv afford a llinj oppnrliuilty for
joung men to become, aequahitei'.wltli parlla
idcut.iry rules, besides affordlim tbein ev?tllnt
lacilro In becomlui; aecustuiiud to public
John H, Meyer if .New- 1'olnt will be a rich
nisii Hos)iwrd bis KO"d aense by paying
f?,rTjin Coi'VTV I'Ai'J'.u mull Uio 3lt of Jan
sjary, ll.sj, thus pettltiR It al tho old pilce,
tAt, und mill? u dollar on the Iwo ears.
Sluudredi ot others of pur lUbscrlbeN '.f, ht
Jiuvu done tlm sain' thin; aurtwrd luauy.lol-
'laVabyais'dolup. Tkklui; advaiita(r of uch
ppurtiiultleadnes not ludlcat'i stlnKlnets; It
' (ihnplr shows good hard common seuse.
Aneaieriufcn oeaur in brr'- recently
Uld us lie folluwlnir inrlhod, which li sajs Is
tlifalllbly for PKcrtulnhu; ilm wi of a hone
liiore than tilns years old ; After Ihn linn.: Is
alnu years eld a wrinkle conies hi tlu- eyelid id
tun upper corner of the lower lid, aud every
year thereafter hshsu oncwvll'dellueil wrinkle
tit each jearof his age over nine. If, for In
1 stance.a hotse has three wrinkles, lii'l,i:''2l
'lifiuur.Jhlrteen. Add Ihe number of wrlnkU-s
Many hearts in llipf'oinnmnlly will Im sad
denedbyihoInteUlgcifetliiit a dispatch wf
received from CiillMniVr iat Monday unnounc
Jfifc Ihe ibialh of Mlvs Jennl llnrdner. She left
hro n few months naofpioplngto bn bef'tlttoI
ta health by the cllunirr of Ij(jt (jptlforula,
AiliUt that diead dlifie, Consumption, had fast
. Yvlit'd nu her and nouut could allay Its ravage s.
And so .IkriiiU.tlardiier.hnrdlyJpltwiiy through
her teens, Is laid to rest In iha'piir land. Nev
er niiuriTsplilt winged Its Way back W the
ffo.1 Vyiio g ive It, and the rtmenibrauce of her
, sstllllni;er Iniiu niul lmlujrly In the inhiih of at)
, tvho UMs wr during her brief lifts
h-TIib Corning Herald adopis a new plan of
,(,hiCroaslp Its subscription price. It has ro.
'tlueod Its sire ti)Jiifitjnp-hlfw'hM H loraivrly
' WW, bid lis ndiitripilon pilce remains the'
iuine, In doing (Ills Its owner thews goqd
use, A'ow country papers rhargeu much as
' Ibey wiprhf t for subscription. Thy put HiHr
' lulc.Ptriluwp berause the weekly editions (if tlm
' : . "" ''v " ?, '"V L I this comity last year because It was not kn".wu
,. ilti, ten Some desirable low en bo pur- i ,. . '
u.i-ed For a mer trttir. and It wou'd imdoubt- ! S"'"Tally that llcould be had here.
'1lr be an lue-.tinent that would amply re- Au exchnnse puts It thinly : We cannot
inunemtp any tfntlcmiwwho would oitvat his but smllt-when a man tvlli m he cannot take
ja'oii-y In this wl.-. his I'.'cnl paper becnuae lie wants a city iapr.
'. -niprob.iwlntfi:. rfir"iin.-llc.t f'-r.it Hjp .'Jl,nl8't is well shv be wuilot afford bread
OieKua I'ustojl:.!. ' I'atll. s e.itlia;; for these because he wants sponKe-eakc. Meanwhile he
'Tetter-, will please say "aiHertUd" : Adair ' hi" 1" nMabbors about the local news
tr 1', drier Clus. CMiistnu Henry. l'.. Aisat- ''"Hs. nud the Iteal paper i:oes on build
U, (lubeo .li.sp .r-S. Kemi ton It' W. .Moort" A 1 ' P 'h filaee and biiilnessand convciilence.s
'.ij'" - Awand.1. I'aiterson James. I'eiieu without ln support. It Is not manly, ami wu
J'vtl .1, toss John It, Xi ers Isaac. Siai.ibuliisli i'.v ltbout hesitation, that there Is SHiiielhliiK
OffilUp. titucl;. r .lacb. Htucker John. Woodln i "ut "f J"1"' "'"' n ',:iu Jut;1 support
Cba. . . j ..Ij local paper.
-AVhen. o?i Had a nrrsueroiis en 1 happy ! -Til'. Mb" way ft valuable esclmiipe put It :
jlK 1W I'ftKW hre elieiib hjit they ferget tlud
feh" iJiurfiiiliiKhiatH'rviliicb'api'HiM (u these city
Vockiies has already apreatmi lu ihviriiaiiies,
I jorwu'cil V'lK I'lic,'? 'r yuireo, now uie
.At i'l MvrsyJt ,rovl't tei Vjppf'fttlUK and h
flvAl J rxtn-'iou 'Ii MM If fofpiiw ud jirrsM work,
-Thrbst method of getting rlil of aa)hig
"aim! the d.or." this fold WPatber, Istn take
Hip door off Its hllin and I'Ut It down In the
Wo send a few cdji'm f to-day's paper to
pprsona wIwap times njlrd in the first f
tlic month. In th hopp that thpy will bp in well
pleased with It Hint Hip) will rill unit tmiew.
-Plnl. mar Malttand, Mo., Kacli.I K. Wag
nrr. daunhter nf L. P. aud Mary Wanner, agpd
3 i":ir, inmitlii 'and 'f, days. She whs a
biwttlful UttlK slrl Idol of bcr parcnla and
an nlu knew heif.
Ito.nttlittc tltf- latest handkerchief flirtation
t(l(lr B(h,, H ,, ,MtiK lu avotl
irc:cliu( irouyR aulli to wluitlielr ixmtlii
with tki'lr cu:tt Ull and thrl uoho on their
TH mftu who ) .., p, r ( tAkc n now-
ntirf"WM lu town Ajrutn Stuxdfy lltcauie
rurly ; npri.t 82.11 fur whlskpy, lilllliirih mnl
tmtt-Htiietltiii; clear ud wnt bninr latp.drunk,
huulrtlfl.il In oar local bar. the Mlnnlng
nttorncyi wpm In atlpudatiCH nt our Circuit
Ourl : C. A. Hfamun.DnvM ttpil.Sllan Wood-
.11111, T. W. Collins. St. JihppIi : 1. Mercer. .1. It.
Wllllaim, W. W. C.iMwpII, F. Knickerbocker,
Abnun Itnrn", Jiiln HandPri, C. A. Whltakpr,
Slyil,l"ilU I: ",n,..v ?' t' tUm.JUry-
""'iP. oi-k rwi . ur,J(
An IiikviiIoiii but focndarloiM exchnnup tp
lalBt t!il whopper: A tcamtter Inuuirht In
umiuwood Inst Niiininer which Mr. Hlatpr liad
tnaplltUit')tlnthu:oTP. After splitting a
piece he discovered th ax had cxpoiei u pecu-
Au Invntliratlon nhowed
,!,t tt jw " '' ' 'W 1
thewiMiJ, Tlip vss bad probably been laid In
a,,.u ,i..-,.i , ,i, ,.. ,.,, ,,. ,m,i i,u,i .
' wn Br,mj , Th(J ,VJ(), jnij k,.,! tile ar ;
mJ Cons..iu. ntlv ll .11.1 n.t Bot hUUp. ;
How could It 1 Mr. Siatorirot the. xi and put !
it under a heii. It hatched out a c.irlnus bird.
which proved lo bpnpime cock of a br-ed
heretofore Considered extinct.
It can whip a
A eltlzen ot our county on a recent trip Into
Xebranka learned that many penons there
wOte not awnr. of the tuvnense fruit crops here
lunf rtar. Tills ifiirRe.sU the Idea that a little
udvertttln' lu Nebraska and lowu papers
would help us materially. Let the Holt C'ountv
Hurtlcultuial Hocl:y pp to this In Hip lattiro.
ThouiamU nf bushels of fruit were waited lu
A" notices of limirhiRP where
no bride cake Is
I ... . . . . .i.
' "ornir of tho paper. When a handsome piece j
of cake Is aont, the notice will be put consplc-
!"ni'y la larKe letters i when Klo-.es or other J
mm , mors m. i nu.ii.. u uvcu . .nmlr..i.Ye
pneiry w.Il uo Kiv.-n In ad'llllon. w hen, how-t
ever, (he editor attends the ceremony and kW-
ses the bride, It will have special notice verf
larje tj ,v- and most approjirtute iKX'liy that
an be begged, borrowed orntoleu.
Doys don't Ica.e the farm. Just tuonSfh
boys roust leave the farm to llll the vacancies
of town llfp, whose children at likely In' re-1
lutn to the fi-Mii. Tlm nervous mercy rqulml
InthcoIlL- life unlltstlic next tsmeratlon for
o, luistiip.s sitoL'L-v with farm hovs who in,
herlt a ayMem of quiet nerves, That Is what
makes the openlm; for farm boys. That 1 why
public men aeldmu have aoua that equal them.
The Mromr mau of the. future la now the boy
who Is nol hurried to maturity, who I too
kiiNwlutr, whose nerves are at rest till man-
houd calls fur action. Farm life recuperates
n. ... aa ... .,i..,.i.n... nf pinireii
f..!.,.,...! ,ii......i... iMn, ti... teiiiim. .ao.e.
nets 'to which every one has become aeens-
tomed, Is a matter which Intere.ls nU only the
people of Oregon, but of emy other elly. towu
Inaugurated a new departure In affairs of this
kind, and, as It proved highly satisfactory, we I
publitdi It as a hint lo the church peoplo n! Holt j
county. In Hip. hop. that by modify lug or slight.,
T V STiifitiarltl fllit iiIhii llnt tnisV ftirnMl Iwtfttp
local altnictlons : Home Kplscopal ladles and
gentlemen In Ht. I.nuls hired one of thu better
sort of theaters for a week for tire benefit of a
local charity. The manager ran the establish
ment very' much as usual, while the chrrcn
pcopla encouraged their friends to attend for
tho sake of helping the charity which was to be
refreshed. Tills turned out In the end vnry
much more profltablo nud loss troublesome
than thu church fair usually Is ut tho cud of tlm
week. The. profits were footed up and the sum
turned over to thu chailty In whose uid tho HI-
terprl-:a had been carried on. Tho ladles and
gentlemen who wore Nspnunlblc fur It say that
they bellevo It quite as lm from objection as
any church fair could possibly be.
Already we begin to bear bad reports In1
regard to lha prospects of th. peach crop next
- J4JIlllll, 5nwji'rliA;rfruU'roxi(jr
j'gurii much attentloif lb tli6'ali(ije''t,sta
In twenty-flv(! jears he lias not known
crop to be raised ttie summer following a whi
ter when the thermometer fell as lew as ao de
grees below' zero, and It relliblu happened that
a good crop was raUed the second year follow
tin;. IU gives ns the reason for this the fact
that In this latitude such a degree of cold
almost Invariably destroys the frult-beailiiL-
wood, so that two years must necessarily elapse
before It Is again formed with sufficient
strength to bear profitably. From the fact that
tho winters hern do not usually mark moro than
six d.-grres below, tho wood I more tender
tliuii in localltl where the tempurstur uul
formly falls lower. The present winter will be
un excellent on tn test the' merits of Murray
lfrothcrVprei! Jlallor. We presiim thoy hare
applied (lie HallPr to all thet r fine fruit trees,
and If the trees to which they have applied It
bear pood crops this oar. while those to which
It IS hot applied fall tu hear. It will nrovo the
utility of tluir Invention beyond all queMloii,
pnd they w ill both make Independent fortunes
out pf It, For certainly; If good crops ran be
Insured by their us( oyery 1 arre fruit-grower
Ut ltio united mutes win buy the right to use
tup in. v e nirnesuy iip tins w nter's exiM-r
Jcriyo will ilrnvmstfatii that they are alt the
Murrey nrtlirs claim fer Hums,
OREGON, MISSOITBI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1881.
ThPbnlpi mn of St. Inli npprpflatp
the bp nplH of ndrf rtUInc lutelMue of lh!
Uppiibllran onntnlna fifty two column of lid
TPrtbln?. lTljJthP!amday tho Cllobe Uni
orrat coHtiiliipdUty-fur polurunt
With wnndrom par, '
And bungi hr balr,
With ancry K1".
And bangi lr hfir.
cwrrospondpiin Miouia Dpar in mma inur j
nrniiionsoi rpiiKiouniiiiijrciii in siTiiiiir iirTti.-
their h.flupnp Is alvsnya harmful. ftuhvrlhaiS
toTiiKOoi VTVl'AI'Bnhavo Ihn right to de-
and that Its columns be kept free from f tit
tclmns upon the rellRlons bllefi of any nf then
For tuts reason we omit n Iptigthly and wpI
written communication from one of our most
hi thpsp nlKhts of blttrr cold It would not
bp nmlw to remind the poor that two or three
newspapers pasted togetlirr svlll nflord as
much warmth as an additional Idankf The
papers ahniihl bo placed belccupr.' iwnMUlcK
npss o f other cov
, ,, ,-v, ;
coverlnir, Taper coverlrtu arp
urpd lo KiiKlaud seven J?et by
I ao centi each. They liave bppn
five, and anld at 00 celiti each
lu use lu China and Japan for thuiisands of
Apropos of wrddlnjjf, hprr arp the wed
ding anulvenao' cplebratlnns lit regular ordrr,
We thoHKht .somu of our jouk folks mljcht want !
to know when tn look 'for tlm diamond mid
pold.and.sn print IV for thvlr Informhtlnii :
Third day, suar ; Sixteenth day, vlneRar; 1st
anniversary, Iron, 5th anniversary, wooden :
19th anniversary, tlu ; lllh anniversary, crys
tal : 2ith Mimlvewary, china : 231U nnnlveriary.
'Uver : .loth annlvemry. cotton : mth aniilver-
U ! " niilvry. woolen : 45 h
gold : i
usth amihersKry diamond,
Wc.nre fre.iently asked regarding the best
mnnn.rof dropping money Into t'se coutrlbu.
tlon-box nt ckurrh, and after ear; (ally consld
erliiK tho subject we M'jcetl the fotlowlm;
rules : First, If yu feel particularly mean
uud havfl euly p penny to be.st.w, you mus
koep,lt well covered In yodr baud and when the
box I under your nose you must with a quirk j
nervous motion let yeur mite fall so that If shall
escape observation ; aecond. If voir h-tvo a
Uiiarter or any other slUer coin of a considera
ble slc to K.Ive, you may hold It lu plain slulit
bt-isveii your thuiib and forpllnger und whon
you deposit It you must let It di'op from a com
paratively lofty delation, so that It may make
a musical sound when It reaches 1U destlua-
lion thirdly, ll ou iCutemplate (lnerlui;u bill
you must nut lake your money out of yuur ,
Whri mini inv imrri '.ie t'li.iiri Hiieu juur
nclKhbors can best .see your unparalleled uen
eroslty. Tnc moment that the collector appears
at the pv door Is tkp time when you must
fumble for your money, and When having
methodically unfolded the bill and put mi jour
eyeglasses tu ascertain Ita denomination, you
may slowly place It upon the too of ihe box.
These three rules, wo bellevn, will bo auflleleut
f.. nil iiv.-lUin n t.H.iinul.u . 11 E lilltlill.l
should always bo placed h, a blank envelope.
-How did ou start a (Ire this mornlnKV With '
coal oil? Yea. of course you did. Yim ran he
risa Ol oei..K uiown lo ;UMipuiu none, .
you failed In preparo klndllUK wood lant nmut
tlx, U u .H 4liin, fill TIim In w nnirlit tji lire. I
serlbo a auv.re penalty for any one guilty of It
Not only does the person endanger his own life
b4t that of other, us well as the destruction of
property. Now don't cfoti'f build a fire tint
way any more, wince tho abova was put la
W we nn ,u r"w"K '". "ne - "
h,' "ubject, In tho M. Joaeph UarettP of
Wednesday i "John l'adula.thc Italian orange
and candy man on the corner ot l'llth and I'elU
streets, was sesorely burned yesterday morn
ing. He was eudeasorhiK to Ignite some coals
by pouring ganollue upon them, when tba can
exploded, throwing the borutu oil ou l'adulu
and a small boy by the name of Johnny Faley,
who was ualalug him with Hip job. Luckily
1 Hie two saeceuded In auUiKathig the Are before
I It had workii fatal ruiulls, but not until It
1 ' !" considerable damage. X'adula was
, '' " '" -y
, nose sunering more uiaa any oiutr pan. aim
I the .an nnd neck were terribly ararted. Tho
' rl'.ce, but they were les. .ever e.
fo the Friends of Temperance in
. Nodaway and adjolnlug countied :
LConventlou is ended to meet in
Maryrll&, Mo., January 1-tth, 181, for
tho purposo of more thoroughly organ
izing tlio friends of tlio temperance
cause lu efforts looking to thu suppres
sion lf thu liquor tralllu In our State,
Kvery organization, Kocular or rell
ious,i(ricndly to tho cause, is earnestly
invitublo seud dcleguten. All minis
ters, StWday school workers, etc , are
Let nliviulto in furtliering this ni
lmportanllwork nnd redeem humun
lnriAStiite from this blighting
Hy6rd-r if Hopkins Lodge
Oi ut O.
w ishes to inQ-m the public that he will
furnish outfits of Furniture to those
iVko may need them, cheaper tlmn anv
houso this sldo of Chicago, Kansas City
or'St. Joseph. He menus just what be
Hy and asks every one to call and h'
convinced by examining bis ttoclc and
learning his prices.
t?arm for Saloi
I desire to noil inv farm of 130 norrfil
70 acres in tntnn krnss, lialatioi'intti'r'
rultivutioN, (iood, well nm,l. ersterri t
plenty of stock water i fityiiidani'ij t'f
timber'; young brchRrd of 2iO hoarltlg
trecsi one-and-n-hftlf nillea SoutliPHPt. of
Nnw Point. Call on or address M, Hi
Modi, New Point, Hull cotinly, Mo,
Ami Mtill prmi winter run in In IiIk
Icy crji!. Tit's I'ti" '"',;n rMi!.t
winter known for tevttral fiiM. The
pronnil U frozen to tlm depth if elli
trl lt" or twenty invhcH, mul In plAwM
tWt'nty.fonv ItielH". Uut the guncral
.Hli U IxjUur Jor It. . '
Tlit-re hitve tioin iwn or ihi; .me iiuti
turtilc.4. One party had thiimUfortttuu
, ,,n.llk llow, j Oregon
........ ... ,
Mr. eh. Smith and her inlitwr'f torn
Clarlliiln, Iowh, visited pevend day.- lu
xi,.,,,,.! I'ji.. tl.t u-euk.
"KosV Adams Is nil. I on the sick list.
U yufferinn from rheumatism.
Miss Knnntu (larstdo returued home
New Year's day. Sho ban won many
friends here, who hopu for another visit
from her soon.
Mrs. Dickson nud M' n have rone
I . Ill . . I !.. Ill Ill .... I
mime, .in .M'liiiu: mi: i. ii mi win ivi
ro several davs, mneh to the
gratiiieation oi ner many irienu. 1
Mater Harry Uoblnson, son of our,!),,,, p:ly what? Ten percent. One
worthy 1 M., and MN Maggie Uen-1 ntL,,i or tnoti! proicrty notorious usurer
nin, niece of the aforesaid worthy, I , ).,.,, u iit to sav "dvo me
passed the holidays in St. Jho.
M.,j ,....., 1...I l.itff I. .Iil.it feitm I
Vl.l I I I llll . , . .....
her visit Ix WIittu Cloutf.
Then) were two r ttiroo weddliigH In
town last week. Have not learned who
the contracting parties were. Kuuor
whispers isf two or thrue more, the par-
ties liuing our young peophj. Ask a
certain dry goods clerk if hu know
Tim report is being circulated that
our popular merchant, Web. Smith, in
tends leaving us. Wo nru glfiU to re
port it u mistake. We could not afford
to lose Mr. Amlth.
A splendid organ came for Mln Hob-
erts, the niusii! t. achcr, last Wok from
M nut Pleas:. nt, Iowa. She is agent for
the company, nnd any onu wishing a
good organ would do well lo give lAsr a
We' 'are glad to rotfjrt Cary in'ik on
tl)C! L.v,,lesi-nt list ; uhU Mrs. Perkins,
who bus b?cn &iuk some time with neu
ralgia. . Tlm lee men are busy again, prepar
ing to, supply tho people, with "cool,
iii'ii" next Mii'niucr. Hki.iaiii.i;.
,!islmlch HS ho,illrtv, MV nVvr..my
. ,vsuu,iuH ),..;, I)e,, ni.u,. ,
i ,i, -.. 1
n" h, -
w'onteul critllliurium With Icar nuil
tl.t,lnbi,1)r, j atln un.U.ftHko to com-
. . '
i tmicatc a imieio i m. uocntv i ai'bi . .
Jiy worst tears are, that if I should fall
to get moru than a usual amount of
space that it wi 1 never be found in so
largo iv paper as the new Coi'ntv
Pm-ku. And how I would hato it If
nobody would ever ready the "Hlgelow
Hut "niithiug ventured nothing mad.:"
Is my watch-word, so now: to my work :
A great many of our citizens aro
'tending Court this week.
Merchants urc taking inventories of
their stock, dusting up their goods,
marking down the prices and starting
in for another year's work.
liircli Comer has resigned his position
of Deputy Postmaster and druggist In
thv house of Campbell & Muir.
.fudge K. W. McCoy sold to John
Caton on Jam Monday cattle and hogs
to thu iimouut of $tf,5U0. Tho Katue
were chipped from this point
i he HuTary .ntcr.auiment, formurly
spoken of, was given at the school
hoti.se ou last Saturday evening, and
altlmugh the circumstances attcmlina
the prepaiatlou all the way through
were unfavorable, the performance was
an entire success. Tlio n-lections were
good and well rendered. 'J ho crowd
whs large, orderly und well pleased.
On Saturday, tho week previous
(ChrlsluinR evening) the Sabbath
school and cilleus had uu elegant
slums tree, beautiful y ornamented
and extensively tilled Willi presents for
I the old, the young, thu married nud
1 -..!... I I I I.I I i. ...... ...
unman ii'u mm rsiui mo nobiiuiw.
Such has been, in part, the holiday sea
son in lllsclow.
The Iligclow Literary Fneloty contin
ues lo hold Its regular meetings every
Thursday evening, W. II. Muir, Presl-
JhuTOK County Pack'hi
"We are ;laves.
We nrti slaves to u horde of pretty ty
raliU." ThU Is as true of us lo-day, as it was
to tin! Unmans at tho tlmo Itwits sup
posed to luivo been said. , 114i,,,
Wo us u people aro worn to lnntof
mir lllMirty, nud while wo tints congrat
ulate ourselvos, let us sen Wllat tnetis
lire of liberty wo possess. ' '
One very common idea of liberty
' that It "peuti'M to every tntin t'tn enjoy
tnent of th frulti of his lnhor. Now It
lini been shown by carefully prepared
stntlstlcn, tht fnrmlnp; land in tlio Went
docs not pay ntoro tlmn two-anil-:idmlf
or three per rent, on the Investments;
It follow.ithcrefori) that when it person
pnya ten pur rent on n lan Tor land, be
pay HHVeit per cent more tlmn the lantl
wuiri.tut.n.nll, ( tfo ,.Ver puy It nt
all, he must do it from the proeoedH of
his labor or from the aaurifleo of prop
erty previously tteo!hnmu'tited ; he
therefore) labor and Ktrivi" and suffers
nud pinches, that he may maki! wealth
for the money lender, and what rmvard
has ho for id! this? Kmnugh to eat, uiul
probably enough to wear, and no moro.
Thi is just what tlm tdaves in thu
South not before the war. Tlie money
lender knows that no one can pay thu
present rats of lntere.1t on land Inv
mettls. If we ask t!1n why thi y.doii't
buy laud with their money, tra-y will
1 1 you evet v time that it don't pay-
. thousand hollars on a iptarter section,
and that laud is rMic." How heartless, j
to'know that a man Is toHing through :
the summer heat and winter's cold, that
he goes poorly clad, that bo denies his
family many of the oomferU of life, and i
tlut you will get his humc, after you
have'gotevctythlng else Then what
Tliu llililc teaches that It Is taking
auythlug whatever in pavment for n i
loan. Wubstcr tells us k Is taking
more than lawful interest. Hut I would
submit, that" If It is proper to lak any
thin'', t,at should bo regulated hv '.''hat
(-lie. iuvestutl moncv will return, all else
should br held to be usury. I tluuk I
have seen voniethlng like lids in thu Hi
ble. Cursed Is he that oppre-seik thu
poor, unu all ttie people stiati say,
aiiicii. 1 reati sotueitui'i ago oi a , ri"a " " .nu;
steamoo.it that too lite somewhere now Mrs. (hti. And there are other of
near Ntw Yolk, tho passengers jumped J "r ue.piaintanees who would do Hko
overboard to epcape the lire, many were, wise, if they only had Hun's eourage
drowned : boats were put out from the . and luck.
shore to then-assistance, and not a few i Corsattt & Meyer are doing a large
! of these boa! mmi stipulate.! for a cer
tain sum, before they would agreu to
I save tliw drownimr Aiclclie,-. This was '
Piivt in- uiowiiiii-, Albums. iiiisii.s(
I"" I J
" ' will extort from
the sweat and toil of the laborer, if they
will hoard and accumulate, if they will
. , , , ,.,.,.,,. I,..
-' . . .
hum he at leait cons latent, and make .
.... ,.e..tb,.s of Lelnrr a follower of llhu
. " " "
Call you piuj, "liiest ,'lo jiuiji uuii
iui.ilv-1' u'llli.nit ohoktiif? I (lu ant ex
puct that this utfusioii, or couseiencu, or
auythlug else, will induce, the usurer to
releut, but it Is In tho power of the peo
ple If they wlil, to shake otr their loi
ters, uud bo free indeed.
Welcome! wulconiul Ulghtcon hun
drcd and eighty-one!
ltov. Mr. Falconer has closed LU
meeting, vh Fix udditiofcs t his
Mr. Charles Xolteyuolds and wife, of
N.brrtska, liave returued to their home,
after nptudlug thu holidays with Mrs.
t.. u ,mr..nt Mr. Hiul Mis. 1). W. Kt.
Miss Kllza Mever has rcrovereit from
Mrs. Mary Miller, with hnf son
Hiram, of (Srand Klvur, (Jhlo, is spend -
lug a few weeks with her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Martin Meyvr.
Our eleven fret of snow hn como, (if
measured sideways), and sj soiuu of the
youngsters of this and adjoining neigh
borhoods cncluded to liavo u .sleigh
ride last Friday evening, ll so hap-
pencil that we all started in tho same
direction, and after riding until getting
pretty cold, we s-topped at tba roddence
of Mr. William Wood, of Shilon neigh
' Fun and frolic ruled tho hour, and h11
went merry as h marriage bell, hut
hush! hark! a deep sound strikes upon
tho air; did you not hear Hr" Yes, it
was Hob, I fear; he's lost his candy.
No, it wit the clock; tho leap year's
gone; old lHSiJ Is with the years thut
have gono and brings to our minds that
we'io onu day nearer homo. We en
joyed tho last few hours of leap yar m
a fvcry pleasant manner, or Mr. und
Mis. Wood know Just precisely how to
entertain n mmry crowd.
lint Itavlng watched tho old year out,
aud welcomed the advent of the new,
nnd lttulug niiulo nU forts of good rcso.
lutions for the future, which wo hope
may not bu ti'cd to pavo- any pitrticular
plawe, wo wuro rcmlntlcd that it was
time to go, and not the least of tlm
pleasure of tlio '.veiling wivs the sleigh
ride home; ti"d not I'll tho "wen vma'
hours" of the morninz Ud wo find our
selves snugly tucked away in our warm
nets to dream ot thu pleasant itmc thnt
will ever bo remembered when In after
days memory shall revert to the oldan
Among thosu present we noticed- thu
following persons: Misses Sallie and'
Freddta Tucker; Ada, Annie and Mar
Miller; Mcwsr.s. J. K. mid Kurd Kvans;
.1. W. and .1. K. Tucker, and N. It
Miller, of Klmsey; Ada nnd Jesde
Wood; .lennle Martin and S. A. Wood,
of Oaklsmt; Lizzie and Ktiiina Cottier;
.1. C. and It. I.. Menlfc- and It. O.
riummer, of I'nlon ; and Ida Kvaus, of
Oregon. A. II. C.
t. Joseph, was In ,
town Momlav evening,
Mrs. T. W. McCoy returned Monday
from visiting friends.
Mr. I'epper, who lias been spending
the holidays among friends in Kausas,
returned New Years.
Mr. Cheusmati delivered sIecturfi on
the effect of intemperance on the hu
man system, nt the l'rosbU rlan
Church, SMurdny nvening, the 1st lint
Our school opened out again to-day.
Wo see pupils from dlstatAio nru
already on hands,
Miss Nettie Kelley luft tins luomlnj
sehuol at Camden ToliH.
Mr. Meyer, son of . 'XV. Andrew Meyer,
has been spending Christinas at home,
hut lett for the University to-day. He
"its hieti attending school there for
J It tleiieiv 11 C W. .111 mm, I Mlu
i. uura iiitHiniugs nave neen in uiieno
unco upon the C nveiitlon at .YUitmtul.
l ner-! will Im meetings at ;iie rivsoy.
lerian Church evi-1y' evening Ibis week
in conformity With the rcipiost of tlio
Hvuugelical A liauce, w believv.
Our old friend, Hen Otti, has recently
entered into u liu partnership. Who
business. There are
three staiullii" in the sioro. and all art)
kept busy from earlv morn till lato at
i . .
night waiting on customer..
1 hare freoucnilv entfifd our stores
for a few minutes talk with our iner-
1 chants, but have invariably li-ul toMeae
W tlollt SUC.lk llff to tllelll or tC do IUV
. ,, , ; , ., ... . . ,., 1
talking, wink- they are kejt busy wrtltiiig .
fJ foHllw , re m. tIll( ,,,k .
; ... , ,1U, , . Ml. , ,lt
Ml. .. t.OaVlS's; hw Is Fllltlo Ill'ttur.
Mr. Cntnnel, but hu is able to Im on the I
streets again. Mr. Carfeiitur Is cotti-
jpViiiilug; Mrs. I.insnll is very unwell
'in fact, m a critical condition. Drs.
I Itoss and Hrowu are attending on her.
I Dr. Itoss, we presume, may no longer
j be reckoned as one of us bachelors. He
takes unto himself a helpmeet for life,
Thursday next. We wish our friend all
the joy imaginable and prosperity equal
to his merits.
About noon Saturday Leo Durham
came to us and informed us that wo
were wanted at his restaurant ituuiedi-1
I ately We did not htvntata moment
about going; wo never do, when called
i on to l'o wliurctlieni is anvtldnv: to eat.
Wo were lud into Ins dluiug-i-ooni aud
placwd at a :ablu ladurt with all
manner of good things to ml, Thuru
was turkey, aud frecf, and bread, and
' milk, aud tua, aud coffee, aud preserves
nnd Jelly, aud pies, wid cake, ami-
ind I could not uuiiitf all there tu an
hour. To those who know us, it is
, . i . , . ,.i.i
ttseloss to roniark that w,- ata, and thst .
huartily, of tho Justice's good llung.
And thuru weru a numhur of others
present who can testify w the truth of
all wo have here said. liKitT,
Now Point. ...
EtiiTort County I'apkiu Ar your
cotrcspoi.deui'o from tlus part of the
county has liccii somewhat limited, aud
as you retptcstud suma onu from this
vicinity to send you a few Ituiun each
yoek I vl I endeavor to do thu best I
can for you.
The hci'lth nf 'the neighborhood has
hern very good so fur lids winter, with
the exception of n few casus of diph
theria, homo few of which havo proved
Thu business of New Point Is very
good for this season of the year; the
nierclmiiw am having a driving trudii.
J. 11. Coffin, our village blacksmith,
is having n largo run of custom this
Thero haw boon so mtiny)inurrlagos lu
the neighborhood tho hdt week; that It
would bu tireless for me to uuuertaliu to i
chrouiclo all of them.
i Vi Vinrf m,,.,,,!,,!,.
The hollday.s passed oH rjl ipiMly,
though plcasarttlyi ihe t ltt'Islma tn-'l
I... .1... a ...I.....I L.....
nt lilt; VjiMt.iiis nuui'ui nuii.sir, uiiuu ii)'
hy ,T. H. Payne nnd the Now Point Sun
day school, was a grand micccss.
Your wagon-maker, 'Sijttlrv Mellon
ulil t knows how to do his work about
right, and list1 moro than he ean do.
There are :t large number of cattla
hclrig fill in- this part of thu county.
We do not know the exact number that
are blng fed, but will ilinl ml, and re
port to j oti .it some futuro time.
Chrhlmwand-New Vear's piuscd'olf
piciisantly, cxciptlng that It was Nr
cold, no panic v were given and' uot
much visiting done during the holiday!
j School kept during, holidays, mt it
was slim. The school ti full m nsuall
Mr. .1. It. Payne will keep qnilo com
I foitablu thu rcmaltidcr of tin, winter, af
Santii ptcsciitcd him with two !p;rf-. -one
from off the New Point Christmas
tree and one from tho Triumph Christ
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 0 Cowan, children
and grand-children, had a ChrUtmuii
tree of their own on Christmas night in
Mr. Cowan's parlor.
The farmers say this, has been tho
mo-it setxre winter thus far on .stork
that they have had for mine years.
Charley Cowan went to his fending
pen one morning lust week and found n
l.'.'Oti pound Mirer dead in ids lot. Ibv
had uot previously noticed'aiiythlng aiJ
lng the a itmal.
Andy llershnershnii'dihp.ve lnvi'te.d w
New Point correspoud-jiit te his wed
ding if I m wanted the iiffait writ
ten up, or even tt lie was uitr!rs'ti
in bin coutitv paper; but I suppose he
was too bit y getting married. Them
were very few persons in and around
New Point that knew about that doublo
wcilditigtin.il they saw it in the Skn-
TINKI,. " j .
It has been rumored amougtne young
folks th it there will be a serin ofcocial
parties (omu oil', alphabetically, a At
kins, llloomer, lioswcll. Cohurn, Cow
an, Carson. Dcbolt. Oh, "shawl" I
am h'.'tiii! the secret out. I fear iC will
terminutii In "Pa-vue." Well, an I havn
ilready told a little, I might as well
finish. These purttes, or some ol them,
nt icait, are to bo iieid in-thu vicinity of
New Point immediately after the close
ol our school, which will bo four weekn
.VM " rio coini s.
Ohm. Is cxiici- fd ti, arrive in this vieui-
, ity this week. His future home will Im
III I Kill l.'OUIUV, .11(1., Willi 1. uc.o
wiiiuit ioimi x .r.K : . .uier an
oi several wwiw, n wnicu our
little wil.l cat town," a ll... tonhatu
correspondent of the Matyvillr Repub
lican calls it, has not been rupsbrscntcd
m tho columns of the people's paper,
we, this issue of the new county
I'Al'KU, come to the front, greeting
its many readers nad wishing them a
happy and prosperous New Year.
We aro Having a very lov-ly winter
ami the farmers know ju.sl how to itu-
J pr"vn it by hau ing off thoir enormouii
crops. Our business men, too, are on tho
spot to leiuJ a helping hand, and never
wer fct rushed lu business a thoy nru
Wa lira havin!r unite an Iiiterestln!r
'mteimg in progress in me iiiriuiuu
j Church. The meeting Is bring held lu
; their new church. Ou Sabbath last an
! organUatimi was formed, with qultu a
largu li't of names, and suveral joinrsl,
which makes our new church foci great
ly encouraged In the good work.
Our school is progressing li.iely, Jos.
Hcdgsputh swaiiug the rod.
lu looking over thu Maryvillo Repub
lican I bucame somewhat Interested in
a communication headed ' Oruhiuu
Pickups," and more espeel illy wliero
.1.. ..........j,.,. k.T.'llul O ..iwil'
inr ... I mini in..-ii. , inn, ..,..- ...
Muilw, tt WM ,.t t,Jwll.H i
hut ,sav to Flint: (Jo plow,
Flint; lor such men as yu term "to
vcrs'ible scabs" that we have hero from
(irahaiu in business speaks in thunder
ing tones, lntiiler than any of your
wails, and would to kind Heavcu that
wo had a lew moro of (Srahani's sore
heads, Just like tho onus wr now havu
from thero. We extend n cordial w 1
come lo al such, uud us to tho 12x16
feut. square institution of learning-, wo
would again admonish Flint to go slow;
for went It a fact wo had such an instl-
! tuto, It Is thousands large
beat Into that cranium of his that which
inner has la-en his lot to Irani, name'y,
ti. treat on facts und aho clear away tlm
mists from his eyes, so he could for
ouco In his life see and know that none
of tint sculls hud as yet l.-l'l f indium ;
that thev Were all atill there, uud he,
Flint, tlio mnl rovorsthlo."
J. P. It.
A Scotch dnhsfcist was aroused by tho
ringing of Ills hhjht-bcll. He arose, went
doyn ntnlrs, nndherved n customer with
ndbe of willn. Ills wlfo grumbled.
"V hut profit do yon net out or Hint pen
ny?" A Jm'PMiy,M m tho reply.,
"And for that fm'penny you'll bo uwuko
for loin; time," rejoined tho wife.
"Aweel," replied the. placid druggist,
"tho doso of fcalU will kcu him awnlto
much lou-er; lot iw uiurrilcnvcu wo
mo thl-,,M MU tk- ,lttu 0 U