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(rRM 3aKC IN MOLT COUNTY. Ma.
yr Kmr -' umiBsv iir wk? n ti v?r hkz: -o NwmLi v
llmmtii'lnlMoirdtothrlmsini-sH thatbu.t"r,,1,l,,ll',,',,l,,,"!,r.v ,"", Mr
Oeurgo Meyer is having 67 rattle, rrtVx syniptous of bl.liousntss. Jhn M. Donovan to Miss Martha J .
ft nd 110 nogs ten by II. 8. Loiltsln, nix
iu ilett north of Oragun.
Tim Holt Couuty Press mtiu says
ho Is uot "green enough" to pay $10
or a newspapar be.id. Hut as he ls"groun
enough' to do $61) ot advertising for
untiling .and can't sej the "ciitc-h" lu
his cnntr.ict even after it is pointed out
to him, we think the patrons of that
paper would be justified in paying
twice 110 for h new head for the elum
paurcc who edits it.
- .lames (S, C nrl;,tlioport-vocnllft, Is
g'uing contorts this week, through mr
neighboring Ioviih lu Knnit?, Trnv,
White (.'hiuil, ete. Wc nro orry he d.d
not Inc lude Oregon In hit list of ap
pointment?, lie has recently published
it new poem, which we consider one of
the iuo-t beautiful he bus ever written.
If wi ean possibly find room we will
viuhlitli itiu n few wu.ks. Thu tlt'e of
It is "fining Home
The Siunnnah Heportcr, which Is
one of the best printed papers iu the
State, has thu following iu regard to
Tiik Coc.ntv Pai'Kr: "The publl-h-ers
of the Holt County Sentinel have
enlarged their paper ami changed its
numo to Tint Cor.NTV l'Ai'uu, with an
inij oflng heading. The publ'slicrs are
live, energetle nuwspapcr men, ami
their efforts should bn substantially
oiniiid byjjjo I'Mimuunity, who will
lie apt to derive tun most U-nellt from
the change. We hhall mW tlu; old
Elsewhure. wo tiubllsh t-diiy tu
jirojpccliu of tl.e New Yolk Evening
l'ott. This paper is now in its cighty
firt year, and has long been recog
nized us tlio leading periodical repre
senting the tree twdo wing of the He-
l ubllciiu party. It is also noted for the
' euro exercised in the preparation of Its
editorials being fr. e from tlie s ip-
i-Uod writing too freouuiitlv found in
thu dully press, and, mors nearly than
tiny oil.er. approximating
In nVasimr contrast to th. envious.'
and jealous course of the other papers
lu the t-oiintv toward this i.ai.er aruthe
f.,ti..ti-i ..iMi.tv mi. u.j fn.iii il,
.r..ti."ii..r.iM . Tn if ivii'vti'
rtcu ueo th Holt County Seiilinel,
publi-'hed lit Oregon, lies "hwfore us.
It Is u well printed voin-oluuin quar-
to. or a flftv-slx column miner, and Is a !
credit and an honor to llolt county.
The iminagttmcnt has not changed,
but remains Messrs Daienpnrt and
Dubya. Thu subscrintioii price has
bee ill .-reased from f 1.60 to -.',00. The ,
bestwUhesof the Herald me heartily 1 sommuiiig oi mis m.,.. in u,x-....,.. ...
oxlended.'' ' ,mr '"' '' nuolher whiter.
Tho Des Moines Kogisttr ay that Physicians now pretty generally
a ixmntry weekly eftuuot be puVlslml ugree that a large majority of the cases
t less than fi.OO per year oxt-pt at a . of Diptherla arUo from defective drain
Idss. That is a truth that many eoun- ago or cellar- iu which their Is d-cayim.'
t y publishers ro finding out who vegetation. A recent Issue of tlio Chl
ndopted thu lower Mtes. Two dollar, eago Times dev tes half it page t.i dlp
for u country newspaper Is h fair price, therla and its caiiifi. Durljig the week
..ml the only price that sliould govern ending .lanuary I, 81, Si deaths occur
country rates. OfcourthU rofois to j red In that city from diplheria, and
pacrsthnt aro really true to imine- upon an exaniiiiatlon of tlie dralnago ut
country newspapers, ud which glveihe homes where the deaths have oe
thu news In good shape, and plenty of,currnl, defective and improper drain-
it. Many of the publishers who chang-' ago was invariably found. It seems to
ed their ratos for the lonor ono nro bo the theory of the health officers of
comiiig back, couvliioed that it they ; nearly all citlos where this disease is
m onhl make a fulr percentage to pay , r.ijlng, that the main eauso Is bad
tko cost and leave n little profit, they drainage and Impure cellars. Wheth
must rscelvo two dolhrs year for eaeii er this theory Is correct or not, it will
ropy. Tlie Mntyille Kepublicnn which '. do no liuriii for tlie drainage of every
lowered Its price" a year ortwo ago, now! luiino to bo made as pule us possible,
sees its iiiMuko but complains that It J ami tho ee-lar thoroiiglily elenncd of
finds It ,gooddeMl oasler to lwer tha aiiuecaying regeiauiu mauer aim pu
price than to mlse It again. HorHcu rilled by a liberal use of llnio.
(Irotlcy said, "thu way to resume Js to! Vo iuadveitenlly omitted, lal
resume." Prnpliii.slng this, we ssy t Week to ineutUn the death of Clias.
I be way to raise Is to rnl.se Olvo the ( . Wilkinson, which occuried in Den
peoplu it paper thniis teorM twodollars, yL.r, Colorado, on Iho 7th. All the old
Nuud, with few oxceptioim, tliey will pay
jl. Of course one must caloulato that
some subscribers wPAba mi unruasoua -
... u u iu inufv ... iw f.i.. n-i.i
fair living prlco and 'ho must coiitmit
hliusiilf to lose thorny Hut Jb pseat
of the peoplujpare dUpust-dfto be
'f'alr and roasonable, and whoa they see
that the publisher is working hard and
Vi'tiiir tn rvlt'A IIim.h'a frnnil llttlinr I 111! V will
I ..)...,.- j,.. - ....... - . ....j
fi .not uult tsklnir it on account of a mere
trifle of a difference of ou cent a waek
in tha pilue. W are. now passing
through the ordeal alluded to by tha
ItcpiiUUcan and we are fuming even lets
trouble than wt auticipattd. Wu have
vet to find the first purinn who re
fuses to admit that The (.'oumtt Piriru
Is worth two dollars n year, and every
one area that It I butter worth two doU
fftwa Ittun tlin filil. st...iitni.l WilM urnrlh
one ilollur and a nan. w uo:iev mat
ii 9 short time all thoso papers wlileli
dueed their rates wi'l return to tha
I Itavo your evo on tlio stovu as well Hev. Mr. Showultor will preach In n,.v, ( McKlnlity will preach ul
as tit where j-oii mpty aslns nmi vln-, 0rcS"M next 's',m" inwnilii,' ami tlio tli;liliifi(l (nhuol house next Sub
! dcrs. at this Is ti bad time ftir n big lire j night. . bath morning and night.
J -Strong docs of mlvertislog should ' Married, by the ltcv.Mr. Howor., nt Letters received from) Dr.
We regret to leuru that Mrs. It. 8.
Courslu, six tulles north of Oregon, U
seriously ill. She Is thraiHuucd with ,
typhoid fever. .
A Hock l'ort farmrr lias invented a 1
trick with a hole in It. He sold rolls of (
butter that had been made hollow, filled
with W-iter mid frozcnsolid.
nun watt I, nun irozi n.soim.
Senator Dungnn eamc up from the
ranltolon a bilef visit last Saturday.
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lie retnrned'on Sunday night, aecoin-
panlnl by Mr?. Dnnjjaii, who will pro!-'
ably Htay with lilm at .lefferson City
during the remainder of the sorbin.
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der. Some one iveoniineud as an eay j
eure. If attended to piomptlv, u tea-
spoonlul of pulverized borax dissolved
.. ilt i. ,t water. When tepid,
nuff snino up tho nostril. tno or three
times n dav, or use tlie dry powdered;
borax like . suull', taking a pinch us often
as reipnred. I
Kver subscriber now on our lists
I will, by reading our premium oilers,
sec now easily a nice premium c ui be
obtained w th a verv little effort. (Jet
your neighbor to forward his mhscrip
tlou witli yours, and for the little tr-ub-lo
In asking him to do so you will re
celve any one of tlio premiums we offer
for two subscribers that you may select.
-Tho following is said to be a "heap
and true barometer: Put n small H...iii-
tity of pulverized alum lit a long half
ounce I ottle, and fill It with alcohol.
When thu atmosphere is clear and
dry thn spirits w ill b as elenr as crys
tnl, but on the approach of rain or bad
weather the alum will rise In the form
of a spiral cloud, which is an Infallible
indication of ralu or bad weather.
We see by our exehauges that
dii.ing the prc-cut winter a number of
towns anil small cities- have been exper
imenting with the Holly Mtcni of heat-
..iug houses, and lu every lulanee tlie
reports are satisfactory. From Uur-
lington, Iowa, eome a partleiilarlj
good report as some foity eitl.uns of
that place are now heating their dwel
limrs and stores by steam generated i
from one eoniiiioii boi'er. Nearly all !
tlio business houses in Oregon might be
hoated in this maiiiNr; if tlie owners
would club together, and they would
svo ioney, ami have their premises
tunc Ii better heated, bv doing so. One
holler, centrally 1-eatcd, would heat
evi ry room from the PostolUcc to the
Hank. This Is a mailer worth looking
I a . ... ...
ultizeiis of uortliwest Missouri knew I
fm. He wits the founder of the St.
' Josepli Herald and Its editor during
iailllj tlljs. en ..leu in ins nn
could vyi'lte more tenderly or beautiful
ly upon subjects which touch thu sensi
bilities; yet, knowing Iiim as wo did,
wo could never believe that Ids pathos
was sincere. He was brilliant, but not
deop; ho was a freodaiieo lu politics;
bv nature a pessimist, ho sought thu
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reputation uf itu'ontlinUf, and whan at
I.... .Ill lit.. Inlll ..li.lrKli.l .1 U'llil A Y .11 lUftf I
loijgth his truo chant ctir was oxposed
ho sank Oo deep to over rise again.
. ... . tf", Mniiniiiin ii llltc rill V I.IU .1W
tho power Mvrltlugft . (l111.vi11 , lum
with a pen stooped In gall prayed pow
orless to lift him, and alter lingering a
year or two amid the seshes of hit for
mer triumphs, he wandered off to
Denver, where ho inailo another iiim
vailing offort to rotrlovo hlinsulf. Fall
ing iu this heart dirokoii-ho lay
I down and died. ,
OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1881.
heller. Doth of Holt county. .
MtnUtors In this State are agitating '
" matter ot nsKing me legislature to
" "mgo tliu law .( Missouri rognid-.
,nK '"triages as to require the parties
" :u " u j
ur u1iU-chh1 may tlielr lnnuiu!prr.iil
Until stntruwn u Kraim.iar unit iluiwes are
;nll omMlare say. tii this ; l.t ..f the fiw.
Uv's Jime' tor Miu UIJ I' of It's 'hri' for It x
. , , ,.
nJ mull ilic Holt Couniy l're un (hijIiib i
(.'oiiKiderable demand Is spiiuging (
M MM lrons that de-
: sire to sell would do well to let it be
known through a newspaper. If you
liave a hoin blun it. Ifxoiihave any
thing to m'II ndtcrtisc it and let the
public know it.
There Is scarcely a doubt, we think, '
that the legislature this session will j
change the time for assessment of prop-1
eriv lioiii l lie nr.-i oi August in mr
llrstof .lime. This will be d ne in the'
interest of farmers, who will tliu-e-eapc ()lr j ,,.,, n,tlu f,.j,.mi l tlie Hs name changed to 'Tiik Cointv Pa
taxation on grain for the year It 1-' Hoi.k iv.rt M:ul have the-oklndlv words I'ni," and enlarg.d lo a hcveu column
rmu-ii. 'I'll., iii w l:nv ulll oiilv be lust i, .. . I ouarlo. The nroiiiietors of I nr.
Many letters and dispatches from '
JeffeiMiu City which we find lu our ex- !
elianges inee tlie ineetiiig of tlie legls-
latu e, indicate that there is a strong
temperance element iu Inth branches of
that body, and that It Is almost certain
an amendment prohibiting the mauufac -
turn and salu of intoxicating liquors lu
this btate will be siiintiitteil to tint peo-
pie at tic Hextgoiwral election.
Dor,- lo treat fiost bites is just now
n very Imiioi taut question with maiiv
I pisiple. A lady, wlio evidently kiituvf.
what she is talking about, write.!: "If
any part of tlio body gets frozen, the
very worst thing to do U to apply heat
direct I v. .cep uwuy from tint fire.
Ise snow if Jim can get it; if not, the
coldest possible water. Last winter our
little ooy oi live years iro.e ins ieci
while out coasting at a considerable dis
tance from tlio house. Hccricd u I the
way home, and tin- ae seemed prettj-
bail. 1 urnugnt a big pan full of snow
and put his feet into it, rubbing them
with snow. Hut iiiv hands could
stand the cold. I was alarmed lo see 1
him keep his feet in the snow so long.
but he could not bear .hem out of it. ,,,, f(im. u o ,WL,V. let the paper be lllled with account- of
it was half an hour lief ore hu could j .UI,1V ,,.)., local happenings and public cnterpii-es,
take them out, and then the pain was 1 1 and contain a generous show, lu tU ad-
ull gone, and when I had wiped them. Capt. Win. Kaueher has. aecptod Vcrtiing coliiinns.of business, tluift, en
dry, and rubbed them a little, ho was ( the position of hook-kc per and gen- (ml jroaheadatlvenes, mid the
entirely comfortable, put un his stock- or.,1 purchasing agent for iheKiist forest I rca,'iwr at (m( o m-(s the town down us
lugs and shoes, and went out to plav. i louring Milt at Koro-t City. The ()n, a)lvu N(inmtj,
Ho never f envards had any trouble ! buslm-s of ll.Is inlll has nm,il s.j nfo,tnalo dav In the
with his feet .n aoceu ntof this freezing- ItwiUly Unit Mr. Adams finds It loo , (n
ft . . .. . i m . .t ii
and put them at oiioo to thu tire. Her
case at first was not so bad as her broth
er's, but tint result was much worse.
Her feet were yoiy tende.-all wluter,aud
suffered from chilblains. Her tmis had
a swollen, purple look, and .she had to
take u larger size of shoes."
A swindle ftoquent'y on farmers,
mid occasional y i n others, was lllus -
trated tlio other day iu the United
Mates Circuit Court iu Indiana, iu the
ease of Woodbury and
Klstir. A couple of
agents of the
"V indmill Pinup Company,', of Cluea -
go, agreed witk Kistler to sotd Iiim
cettaiti maehliies for which, on their
recni.y, liu would gho his unto for
$MU. Thu note wiis drawn, to as to
have It leady to send on when tlio goods"
eiiinu luml. Olio of tho iigt-iits kind
ly fiirnl.uil an eiiveb.jie, utontatiotisly
InelosedAihe no'o Iu it uml, having
sealed it, 'bunded It to Kistler. Whun
tl e latlerjlgottlng suspicious, opened
tli euveh! o u few days later, loiit eon
talnejU miiiiu nato paper, thieli the
awIiiiVX-i hail ndioitjy sul'stltuted for
, . ii ' , , ,
uotu wnhh o afierwviil sold to "inno
ii .....oi. .ii i.. ...... m ii'
bury and olh Irs. who iu turn brought
suit fotlu) utjotiut ul tho nolo, Those,
u tlio character of "Innocents," ot
couiso uxpecftd a favorable vordlut;
but tho sympathies of the Jury were so
strongly In favor uf thu gulled Kistler
that tliey rendered u verdict in his favor.
i " u,.u,w, n....... i.iv ii-ii. ,suu. i. veil.. ..in
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of Mm Inr verd cts u 1 ku tases iu many
Wo, have, within theyear,soeii accounts
parts of the country, eypetially iu tlio
U,jt Uu,ll.,u .1,1 .,.. ...v. ....I,..
out differing, of course, a trlllo III ouch
t-aso. Tlio "Western Medioiil Works,"
ot Chicago, are said to usu notes uliuost
ideiitieal with that' employcil by Iho
"winiimiii rump uomjtany," so tiiattti
is ny no means uupronnuio mat not., eon
corns aro worked" liv tlit-samo "par
who is attending medlenrieeturos and
visiting tho hospitals in Chicago, re-
,)rt ,m .,s hnvlmra stdondld tluif.
T, s,iWav County Wool (irow-
ers Association will meet t M.tryvlllo
t. .wj !lt willi time all per-
interested iu sheep raising are re-
qitrstcii to uo present.
Hev. Mr.Ml ler will preneh nl New
I'oint on next Sabbath, morning and
rvenlng. The morning erviee will
open with a short sermon to the child-
Hvery temperance oirau!.nllon.
ehureh and Sumiay.fel I In tlie eoiiu
ty is n.inUSlU(i t s'end delegates to the
m.aixl,. t lt., n the. M. K. ehnreli
in this city next Tuesday, the L'.ltli lust.,
for the purpose of organizing a perma
nent county temperance soei.-t..
This from the St. Josoph Saturday
Democrat: "Thu llolt County Sentinel
comes tu us enlarged, clinnscd In form
mid name. Has a very attractive head. .
We hope our neighbor., will meet with '
n lieartv suniiort ami mo paironage
,,, thdr euternrVe merits."
inr i nr. i iiim i i Art.it: " ii u n;ir-ii'-
ceivcd Tiik Cot'STT l'Ai'KK, the seven
column quarto wlileh takes the place of
the llolt Coiiulv Sentinel. It is a
! mg big sheet ami we predict that r.s I
; xoou us tiro. Davenport gets everything'
j in good iiinulng o rdrr he will make it
one of the bet papers Iu thu Northwest
! In overy respect."
w m.u lllr0 m.Pj,,t fr prevent- i
i IP l,wHng i.f barrel, and other
; VM.A containing water yliirmg cold
weather. Try It, and if It. woiks ou
. can pav us for the information : It is
thatas'onethu size of a half peek
moamrts ulvvt Uw lioUnm of a nun
barrel, or othrr vcsm'I liauii o nvoztu
will prevent them frem bursting. Il
m.y mioiii Miniewliat a.toni.sliliig. but
the remudy is declared to be infallible.
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open. It ays: "The paper ihaL was
on e called the llolt Cnillity Sentinel
lr.-s put on a new uml gaudy dre.s, but
it lies taken at the same tluic a homeli
er name and call. Itself Tut: Coi'ntt
Pai-kii. Its dress may make Its coun
try r'vnls epiioiis' KnviousV Well,
"we i-hould remark!" Whv, during the
,..,.,. .... ' m
i luniw n iiiiiiinti iiii miu iiimii in utreiui
lo both the milling department and the
business mamigetiicni. Capt. Knuchcr
is emphatically tlio right man iu tin
.se,.,..a..ca.1y no right .nan in tin -
fortuuato lu securing his services. Ho
ami Aomin win tnahe a strong team, i
llcadsrs of newspapers should re.
; ineiiiborthat without advertisements tin.
, eo-t of the newspapers they road would
' lie at least double, what they now are.
This tilonu should he siiMi'lcnt argument
, why all leaders should pnttonlzo those
who udvcrtUc, lint It U strengthenifil by
! tho fact that adver Isers vio with eaeh'iliinKs must inoiltably follow iu tlio
j atli? r In coinpetltloii for trade which ; wake of defeat. To thoso hojiolds.miil
cannot bu said of tluiso wlio do not, and ; thu first ho realizes ho find himself the
j tho result Is that ths liu-t goods for tho violator of the law, and ciinilual In thu
i lowest inices aroolitaiued from llio incr- eyo of tho community, and the Inmate
1 chants who ass st in niAhnr it possible
! for publishers to present a good rv.ida-
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! i.liu, v;i.v.i. i.i inn jfiiifiiv. ,.i . ..-
, ter of iusticu to all concerned, wo hope
' .nil- ..i,il.iiw tvlll t .im.ililti.il. .mi ilill'nr
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Users when making purchases.
Tlie truo way to cihu-nto ehildreu is
I to teach Ihein the dignity of labor,
i eitiier oi Drains or nanus, or noin
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tienl utility ;to give ii'llrni broad founila
upon that ou limy rear what
cturovon ivilL Teach vour
i wi uj mi mil., inn..
the mysteries of housewifery
and plain sewing, elvo hor 11 thorough
iiiftruotinu in thu elomihr
take euro that she
and write her natlv
standingly, uml work
lies problem for bur fathori thou If cir
cuivtsttinccs will pcrnut'ldt liurenpublll.
ties bound liuriU'quil'cmon's. Hut oven
bore the prnetlcat should nut be lust
sight of, A kunwledgo of current uvi nt
I of moro.vu'.iio than tlio ncquisitluii of
tl do.d language, ni'id 15, knowledge of
thu 'uws and customs of our 01.11 mul
eoutoiiiiioriiry governnieiits is of more
worth than Uie lorctif (irt-clau inythol-1
...... . 1 well k it- Alwtvs on eonilii" homo from school, county, ah mo mini mis poneci miu, nnuwr uu mnu, mm .umVmw jik
can 1 end noil, speak aih.ijs on touuuw iionm nu.o y 1. ,'.,.,,.., ..,..1 ..n ,,.,1.1 .....noiiniHi toueof the most vahiabln
The beautiful snow Ih giving place
to the horrible mud.
During ProfeHsor ill IV veeent vis-
it to Ohio he xtnyed all night with his
old friend, (.ieueral (larlleld, who, he
says, Is entirely unspoiled by his eleva
tion to the Pic-ildency,
Tlie small pox has broken out in
M'vcrn) of the towns in Southern Iowa
The winter llhe season when this di
eae makes Its appearance and wo may
soon havu a vHtuliou In mi it in tiuit
We still need tlio service of an
other good ng.'iit to ea'iVA'sfiirMih.itrl
bora to Tut: Oorvrv l'.irr.it. Any
one who has a little snap and "g;t up"
can make handomi) wn;us at this
work. Tlu iud iceiiunts we offer are
extremely libcril. (.'.ill ami s e ih.
Davenport & I )obyin have bought
thu brick building lu .vhlehTiiK t'ors
tv I'Ai'i'it is now piihlMic I. Iu the
eoiir.e of a 'ew weeks the printing of
fiee n III be removed to the first Hour,
and the second lloor will In partitloutd
olVlnto r-Minu and occupied by Mr.
Dobyii as a dnelli g.
-Tl.e Man x IlleUeiuibl.ean has tl.e
following kindlr words for us: "The
, Do't County Sentinel comes to us
' (Jot'NTV PaI'CU show comiiicmhible
zeal in their enterprise. They are pub
lUhing a whopping paper. May they
Thorn will be a primary meeting ol
the tnniperaueo workers of Oregon and .
vicinity at the M. K. church, on to-inor-row
(Silturday) ulglil, for the purno.u
of organizing the people of tilts vicinity,
with a view of n permanent enmity or
ganization to be perfee' d next Tues
day. All teinneruii'Mi workers are
enrnesiiy u.geu o no present, ii, re -
. . . . ti..
quei oi urn. o unci, ..
lt is a universally admitted fact,
nnwadavs, I hat a live ne-paiier excite,
potent and powerful influence n giving
t-k-.r:ii ler mid leputathm to tlie town
mul counlv n wlileli It is iiiiiiicueii.
Let a man pick up a newspaper that is
caielesly edited, poorly printed, eon-
tabling scarcely iiny local matter, and
showing u t sins of life and pro.pe il y
lu lt homo ailveitiNing coluinns.nud tlio
eoiiolnsion Islrrodst.iblo that tlie town
lu which that paper ii piiblUhod is ly-
Mi.'.', not .1 -ad ;b..t upon the other hand
which he fancies I hem Is somu better
wny to ntKke money llian lo . inn it j for
from tliat feeling spring many extrara -
. t amt vMoll!7ry ..s which nro!,.-
l-n,forl.,o;urpos0 of gaming ,i
livelihood without labor.
! ouiil' man becomes tliorouiihlv inlcet-
rd with tliis foeling.lie U readv to adopt
aliy mnms fr t,(, noi-oiiipllshniont of
( hu objects, and, if lis Is foiled in his
..ffoi-ts. iinon thu crest of tho wave
,.,.. , , . , , ,
which hu lias alroady mounted, and in
full view, is the temptation to crime, fo
shield 111 in from the dlsgravn which ho
of n nrlson. waltiiiL' trial, ull brouclit
about for the want of a ilitlo manly
flriiui j s in tho outset of life to prompt
him to chooMi mi avocation where tlio 1
I ....... ... ....H.....I ii'.. ill. I lii'tmr U'tlli It. tlu
j rciitij I ... ill-.. ......... .'.n ...... ....
- sure reward.
Wifcli tlio children's feet. Life
long discomfort or sudden death, often
comes tn children throii;
tlon or oattiUwsucss
child should never hu n'lowed to go o
u n ioweu 10 L'li n
sleep with cold feet ; tlie thing to be
i attended to is to sou that tliu feet nro
dry nd warm. Neglect of this has of-
ten resulted In a dangerous atlauk: of
or, tho nhlM should remove its shoes,
nml the mother herself should ascertain
horself whether tho stockings nro the
least bit damp. If they aru.they should
bo iaken off, tho foot hold boforo tho
tiro till perfectly dry, nnd another
paly of stockings am atjritliue jtajcof
shoes put 011. Tho'r.uiurye slifles ami
. stockings should bo kopt wheru tbey
nro good nd drj', so aa to, be rotiv ut
larv branches, ! croup, iiiptneria, or latin soro tnroai. i traito lor property in noii or aiviiisou rnimer i.eau Minn umiuumsuii ....,0
0 language undor- n entering tfcu huiiso from 11 visit or : f,,rier Information may Im oh- tracts of mineral lamUu tho State. Tho
n niiietleiil biisl- eriaiid In raliiy, miulilyorthawy weatli-. ,Mi:.,1nie .iiiulihir to the oditur of Tuk owner Is so confident that a furtuno is
! Tin Ta'iolt boys nro lie'ng tried at
Mamtllc for tlie murder of their father.
Thi-y applied for a chuigeof venue on
, tlie gioimil that .iiiilgo he. ley was pre
Jiidlctd against tliem ; but It was finally
agreed that the ease should be tried be-
lore Judge Howell of thu Will Distrlet,
who came to Maryvillc for that pur
pose. Wo this week add a new and in
j teroting department to Tut: Cor.vrv
Pai-kii, under the head of "Chlldrcu'it
This w II be devoted to mil).
jects which lntere-l the I ttle fo ks
and will be found highly entertaining
to them, ns will as to older people, who
share in all that del ghts the cilhlruii,
as every onu i-limiltl. Tliis depattm.-iit
wdl be a permanent fra'uro ot Tin:
Cor.NTV P.WKit hcrciiftrr.
Two extra fine Plymouth Hock
, cocks for cale nt Tno Dollars ttpicee,
which Is less tliau nue-tlilril tlio pr cc
win 'h would be charged .for such fowls
by the regular poult r lireed-rs.
! tieorge P. I.uckh irdt and the nltorol
Ibis paper la-t wvn'c piirelia-ed some
P.ym iut!i llook pii l -t, no liner th in
' these cooks, which eot them nii ltnl ng
cxprcs eharge. nearly Tnree Do'lirs
' l D' you want to see thee eo k
e: 1 e titor oi tin paper ami
tliey wi'l tie sliown you. 'i hey are
The cxoes.ive o ild this winter ha
I cau-cd in ire trouble uiul ineouveni uieo
to printer" than to men of uuv other
class if l.usinu-s, To do good printing
I a warm room i ubsolutely es'cutial.
. In tliw r...iiii..t Tin. ( ll,VT' I'kl.l'lt li.is
, wcn .1;rh. Ullf(lrtllmll..
mcch iui.ial diqiariment Is located In u
rucoud story.with an tinplastuivdeeiliug
' beiirath, and nith ivludows on the eat,
west, north and south side . During
the rode-t period, on days of puhticu
I lion, It was imposdble, even by the aid
of two Urge stoves to g t tha tcnii cr-
, w . u t,i( , lU
Wo mention the matter iu order that
ruin or way uiHlMtttaiul whv two
or t hr e ihmiim of tho pniusr vm k
J badly printed. To pievent a rccurivnee
( Jjjml we have bought the brick'
' !nilldlng iu which the paper is printed
i aj wm ri.move tlie priuliug oflloe to'oriH.t.
ill,, tlr.t itiior. where, we Hi nk. ww wi.
' ,.,Vo no trouble lu warming the room. I
j Now Point. !
,n; Mr. Miller pr.-.v-hes in our,
ehnreli next Sabliatli. niorxliig ami
' evening. It is supposed that he will
contlnuo the uiceting for several even- ' ru., i( jrod portion of it. The print
tugs. good. The in-iile is uncommonly well
Mrs. Cunnlnghnin, one mile Sontli-, prinlod and the selections excel
west of New Point, has been very sick , lent. In th i hurried reading
for several d iys past,
but at last re-
O. P. Hatkon, who left hi homo h're f nro good and worthj of en refill reading:
lat fall and wont to Iudiami for the 1 My Inlluenco;" Vhe Sound of Thun
Improveniunt ol his health, wo learn 1 der';" "My IUghts"(a poem) j "Length
has been greatly unproved. He was of the MUMsslppl;" "To Public Seluxu
very low with e..nuinptlon when ho Teachers:" "More Thoroiiuli Kduea-
( l.ft hero. e also loam tltat ho is iu
niprciiutilo buslnojii there.
1 Uohoit MorrU, ono and a ba'f
north of New Point. I, woiklngjp.epara-
'.or, to building fine largo barn on
! his farm.
Diioy from Andrew
eonn'y was in our town lift Saturday1
evening, and attended prayer meeting
hero at nlglit oteortod by II V. Praise-
i win tin unr on is again "n tuo msk
. n. smitliiltit mciiu
Salomon Killlkol is IU Illll nowcs-inn
of thu harness simp bore, having 'ought
out A. Sohwiirtz. Ho I now preiiared
to do first ola-s work at lowot prices. I
Henry Moore has been suffering fori
Fovurul'day from rliciimatlsm. i
.lames l. Duncan dr .returned ho me
last week from a good, visit to Ids
brothur lu Central Kaii-a.
Hurrah for Tiik Coi-nty Pai-kii!
it Instantly attr.uis the attention of til
wlio see il. Hkam.
Land for Trade.
Iwelvo lituiilreil ami titty (i.Aiuj
aer. s of heavllv timbered plno land in !
Oregon county Mo., seven miles north
of A ton., the eoun v seat. T ie t inner
mii-h the in-itten. (Pine) on this land U as largo and tlno ai res of ihIiicmI land, located In Wa-h-Z
,u .. u ,,... 1 I ns can bo fntiiid In tho State, and Is Ingon comity, Mo., about sixty ni es
ot tliopaienis. wor,, lm,i, u,i'o limn U asked for the from St. Louis and about fifteen miles
,nlj. After tlio Umber Is removed, the
i,,i. Aftisi-1 m t m her s removeil. tliu
1 ja'ud, will liuiko one or several tine sheep
' or fruit farms. It Is tlntly loeated on
Kloven Points river and is mostly up-
Jamlolu, ( jt 1)L.K bwampy. All
m. lmrt o( this hind Is ottered fur
Taken up by V. M. Klosn, ami a.wto.1 liijore
If. II. (-allnwiiy.n Jtlee nl 1 lie J'iii;V h) ?:
K fc KrK l H'llfK
utaut iht iiM.ntlji i.i i jii.iuiirkcii. Ai'f.ruisojt I
uluVJlK... .....I hiii In Hi left mul a inn uiul I
iii jii.iusirkv.V. A.iKmt'Cd
oiii-t II I1 on ..I iiu riiitt v'. ,Anitfii- M
1 iria rnpi" from
. Mound City.
Dance tif Mr. Kilnkcl'.s- Iat Tuesday
A. J. O In of the fri-itf of .flnmtroug
& Olln, druggists, Is again :Ur to be lu
At the election ff ifircd'ors of thn
Holt County Hank, which1 WMM lilld last
i Monday, thu old director. WeTo'ro-elcct-ed.
I Mr. .loslah linker of Saline county is
, 'n this vicinity, buying fat rttHiTfiir the
May market. He has already lttiVhas.
ed a creat many of the feedlr.y cattlu
' Mr. Unhurt S. Dunn has jvun'rffroodl
, tliu building lu which KicdV sHoc!
shop recently was, and has it boot and
shoe shop iu it.
t Dr. Savllle of Oregon has been In
town fur a few days past. He talks of
locatin-' anions us with his familv.
da. CrUwell has bought out the Dur
ham propel tj- and is now serving
"Leo's" (.Id customers. He was (juile.
sick awhile l.it week, hot is again well.
We expect him to till l.ee's place
.Mr. "Clam" Kr.izer, son of ('apt.
Krazer, our hardware man, was mar
ried to a Miss 1 1 u t ton hft Thursday.
One bv one they leave ns. Mr. Robert
Martin, on tlie same da was married
to a M!ss Krwiti, of Iowa
A. Crani.el reports favorably of his
physician, Paul Castor, tinder nliove
treatment he now 1 nt Ottumw.-i, Iowa,
We all hope that lie inav lie restored to
Mr. .lonas Klliott intends leaving us
.sunn and going on to his farm somu
eight miles mirth of hero
l.ee Durham is out of the restaurant
business, but does not expert to quit
bii-lncss eufrely. Ho contenip'iites
entering into an entirety new business
soon, ami one that we stand iu much
need of. Wit will lint now say what it
Is, but it is what the town great 'y need".
Coii-lab'o Clark has just returned
from a visit to Ids father iu Iowa.
Mr Kd McCoy contracted thu sale of
100 head of fut cuttle. Saturday. We
have uot Iciirmt I whether the purchas
ers were able to complete the mirchate
TI... c.-is.. ..r K'n,.u-l.. v T.ivn
tried to-day lu 'Squiro WllkinMiii's
t.om-t. .ludguuuit lor plaintiff in the
sum of i7..V).
Tlie i-ccond is-uu of Tiik Coijntv
Pai-kii, though late In arriving, Is on
hand.. Wo have glanced over It and
I have gveu tills issue, I find
the following article, all nt which
j tbin;'' "(il.idstone'sAceoiuplishineuts."
Tliere U matter for the preacher, tlio
t teacher, tlio doctor, the biwver. Ilia
fttrmor, ,e mechanic,
' , ,,au, , old, the j
! plcitkcd with the chaui!u and tho dceld-
V.III.1IV. II . lll'i.
The Temperaneo Cnlon held n ineet-
1 jMg last Monday night. There were
J speaking, rending and music. Soino
nut on dutv wero nlisent. others not pre-
pared. A committee was appointed to
circuiu c a icniunsirancn againsi grnin-
lug fhIooii license, and present sntne to
our fount v court.. IIkkt.
MIMVDAT. TAWTIC! 17(10 QAT.P
s, muiuiinxj xjfuiJJU run unua.
i A Chance for Speculatorc,
intclliiroiit and iionost man
who will take hold of and develop tint
property, an umtiruh l interest Is offered
lor sti-o ill lour iiuiiureu nun uiiv-uvr
from t ie iron aioi
from the Iron Mountain Ha lroad. This
land U only three
braled Paln.cr U;;
tlie same ridgo wi
Tho former Suite
nd U only Ihreo miles lroin tho eele-
l,cau .Minos, nun i 011
wlththciu, below them.
tJeolnL'ist s.tys that the
same vein of ore which is found in thu
there, sovontv or eicrhtv feet from tho
1 surface, ready to be taken out, that ho
I Will mt 'l!no f his ontlru Interest lu
liny unction of t . but if ho can llml pir
liny imi'HuHII Iri
fcctlv holiost and
energyiio iqin, who
sink shafts and thus
hvlllgo tlroiim slnkHhafts k4 iw
find out tin. amount, quality," sizo of
lo l ". Im Will
Hntl out tin. amount, quality; sizo of
nu umllcitktl Interest or nl I 'imrfe ail
HU 1IH1H I IIKU I.IICIUSI. or ,,l"tMMV 111.
uinlh'itWt Ipto-est fur iinonoumbored
nropextr In northwest Missouri. For
turihot Information applt to tho editor