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My continued 111 health lore.? nn; to .
abandon work for awhllo, audi have ,
therefore made arrangements with Mr.
Clark Imnn to take editorial ellitrge of
'I'm: County I'ai'kh for a month or two
wlnlo I rest nml rociinoTAte. Mr I,
recuperate. Mr I,
Irvine's well known ability a a writer
tblllty ix a writer
will be Mtnielcnt asniruneo to every one
that tin! paper will not suffer by the
1 will btlll Ins found, during IhhIih'vs
hoiii's, nt tho editorial room of Tiik
Countv l'.irHH, where 1 will be ijlud
to welcome all caller, especially those
who wish lo piy their subscriptions.
Mr. Irvlni! will uls) have his deck there.
1 hope that a few Weeks of inhibition
from the constant strain of editorial
drudgery will onabli! tnu to resuma the
work now temporarily resign; and In
tile moantlnu I leave my big family of
subscribers to tho fatln'rly editorial
care ol Mr. Irvine, with the exception
nf such brief items a the foreo of habit
will probably lead me to write
W V. DAVEhTOKT.
The wife of Colonol Durfee of Rock
I'orl died ltiwt week.
lion. Fernando Wood, member of
Congress front New York, died at Hot (!
.Snrlnrrs at ten o'clock on tlio Cveninir of
February 13th. .
Tho Rolckow Herald ssy.s an effort
will bo mado to legislate judge Kelley
out of olllcn by n .system known as
gerrymandering." A poor way to
carry out tho will of tlio people wo
The Atclison county Poor Farm
ehowfl for tho past year: T ital of run
ning farm, 81,170. leaving a profit
over receipts of over -500; numbers
admitted during the year, lit; ills
Charged, 10; on hand 7.
Monday forenoon ox-Governor
Tin t ... t . , , ,
Hall of bt. Joseph had an apoplectic
Htroke, whieh for a time somewhat
alarmed his many I'rleilds. Tlio attack
nnpiirr.iil nt. Iit r.wiiliint.i, unit i1i.iiflvt.il '
him to a certain extent of the use of his
memory and the power of recalling the
names of even thoso with whom he was ,
most intlm ite. Tin: Countv PArr.it is
glad to learn tint the Governor Is in n
fair way to recover tlio full possession of
his senses. His medical attendant has
every hope of his .speedy convalescence.
The snow storm of la.t Friday and
Saturday readied hero In Its h'glit and
grandnen, especially in its height, the
drifts range from three to seven feet in
heigth or debth if yon please ; tins is it
little owing to the solidity of them when
Jim get on to cross over; if you
break through j'ou aru apt to consider
tho depth, if you pass sifely over them,
j'ou tiro apt to speak of the height.
Tho storm has aim t blocked busl
nossof all kinds how lohg it will remain
sol leave for Old Probabilities.
Wm. G. L. dimming drove from his
river farm, five miles West of here, on
last Tuursday lOtli, 1 i head of cattle
for shipment to Chicago, and has Ivcu
un.iblo to do anything lurthor to the
matter yet, ejeopt to feed them. In
tho tirst plane ho could nt get them
into tlio stock yards, for ice; and now
lio cm not get tho R R. Co to receive
anj stock for shipment.
.Frank Rridgenvin also drove In a lot
for shipinuntat the same tuns, and has
them j'et in charge.
It is thought by tho observers among
tho old settlors of this portion of the
cjuntry that there never lias been so
much water on the ground at any onn
Mine, or amount of snoiv or ice that
will mako water.
Folks that are out of wood heVo now
aro compelled to supply from thoso who
have a surplus on hands.
A quarter of a mllo West i?f town at
at the mouth of Itridgoman's lane, the
througufaro is entirely closed 10 the
height of the fences.
ValcnHuo was fully observed In Rlge
low, none were slighted; all wore re
minded of business or their profession,
thu Post Master, the Doctor, the Drug
gist, the Music Ma'am's, the F.nglne
tender, the Ciork, the Merchant, the
fichool girl, etc., etc.
The February term of tho Holt Conn
ty Court convened on Monday of last
Week. Judge McCoy luting absent,
Judge Htilatt was elected to preside.
On Tuesday all tho Judgns were
R. P. Triiunior prnscnted petition for
location of now road.whlch wa referred
to road commissioner.
ine road petition of W. R. Hopper
was conttnuod to nojtt regular tormol
The petition of ,). P, Cornut for pub
lie road was rojeeted on account of in-
sufficiency of poiitiort. The petition of
J. A. Goodhart was rejected ou tho
The road petition of Jacob Mctzgar
Was referred to road commissioner.
Tho petition for road by Hattlo M.
Bmtaerson was referred to Goo. Gillls
Jfr.,RobortGillls and Tom Smith, com
missioners, with instructions to roport
at next regular term of court.
The road of Granville Kerns was re.
jootod for lack of intermediate points.
The petition of G. W. Gasklll for va
cation of public road.was continued tin
'til next,, regular term of oourt.
'Janws Palmer Was appointed cousta-
blu ol (M ly township by reason of Mil' j
ton Hitchcock not qualllylitg lor iln
Tlio road iitllloii ol I.oui-t Cublu
Teas referred to road commissioner. !
.1 F.D.ivi mill others.bv Duiilfl .ook,
attorney, ti tide proof of inihllcntinti nml
o( , practicability of ditching Squaw
.... ..... ..;, .,,, ,
Lewis and V. A. Maekov, coiumNs
I'lu! bi'iili'c commissioner was lnstrue
,. ..,.. ... -iv-j-oi i.ri.i.r.. mm
., u " , . ,.
in Ti.. I)'.', llui.-o Ml.
..... . ...
iiu 1.1 iiiu i uiiniiiiiiii'iiiui , li ill
striictcd to eoiii ract for a onibtnutiou
bridge neros ijipia.v (.'roe on South
s 1 1 1 ; seoiion ;jt!, Tp. f:t, lig. on road
running west to Craig.
Tim road petitioned for by J. Unhurt
was ordered opened.
The following road overicr.s pre-eti
ted settlements which ucttt approved
by the court:
(ieorgc Audler, DUt.
11 iJudtzbaek, "
W. R. Krleks,
J. F. Cornutt,
J. M. Wilson,
C. 1. Riirtraui,
A. .1. William,
K. W. llioivnlng
U. U. Wilson,
, Robert Nutlcy,
I A. Roller,
J. r. imugiiinii,
.1. W. Pew,
.1. IJ. Trimmer,
II. II. Mvitigood,
Jno, A. l'riee,
H. Mlza -,
(J. W. Stniov.
j.I. F. Cottier,
I A. Ascndorf,
i Jno. A. llueki
i Henry Hhi'iiics
' W. U. Smith,
,,' ',' , , ? ! '
I j,,,,. j.- j1J(.(j
!'. A. Vaughn
, ., v
J. P. N'liuinan " ,.
A. J.Judv " ..
Robt Adk'insoit "
In the road petition of Jno. C.
kle, Jaeok Rook filed objections, objec
tions overulod and thu road ordered
opeu.id. ' '
The pctilUn of J. R. Sharp for vaca
tion of public road. Petition and pro
R. S. Stewart nd Geo. W. Smith of
Craig, niiido application for dram shop
The application of N. J. We..tfnll for
dram sh ip license in Uigelow, was re
jected. S. W. Morrison, Collector. Hied his
bond which was approved by tho Court
C. R. ICunkel was appointed Deputy
Constable of Lewis Township.
It wnsord'H-eil that the X. 1-2 see. 19,
'JO, and 21, bo added to road district 8.
Jas. L. George was arautcd license to
keep forty on Nodaway liver.
Tho damage allowed in the road peti
tioned for by J. R. Duncan, Imvlag been
paid, the court ordered the road open
ed. I). W. Walkins (lied his bond as Con
stable of Union township.
Jno. W. Smith lilml Ids bond as
Constable of Lincoln township.
The Court ordered that eight per.
cent, interest be paid on iiiteres'.-bear-Ing
Philip Kollmer was appointed Super
intendem of Pour Farm for 181 and
Tho Court appointed tho following
Jus. A. Vaughn
W. C. Smith
J. F Mead
R. B. Morrison
W in. Raker
11. II. Livmgond
W. R. Erick'on
J. F. Co.inut
T. J. Reauehamp
G. W. Laev
II. II. Proekiuan
N. J. Rovles
R. Not lev
J. W. Wilson
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1 Joseph Angler
J. G. Niiuman
p. c. jxtrtr
J. S. Chapiu
A. J Uostwidl
TV. E. Redmoti
J. F Cottier
M. A Klrkp-itniik
T. J. Feiisell
The Domkstjo MontihA'
for February is, if possible, mnro at.
tractive than ever before. The do
pai tmonts of the magazine devoted to
tho gonoral and special branches of
ladies' wearing apparel will bo found
full ol" ticful Information for nil. In
them tins newest ideas from nil tin-
great colliers 01 111111011 nro c.oiitienscii
mill adapted to Hid reipllri'ntenis, of
Tlio Literary llcpnrttncnt opens with
a very suggestive aitlclit on it means of
reducing poverty and pauperism
through the public ffeliools. Tho serial
"Was Slio Jealous?" is concluded;
"A London l.vller" gives some gossip
from the great Husllsh metropolis, and
Mrs. Henry Ward Rcechor, In tho
Hoiueiiold Department, contributes a
"Fashionable Rl!tnluiscotlce,, of her
youth, and gives a number of useful
ami 'oasottablu receipts for the b nellt
of housekeepers all over tlio world.
Tin: Domiistio MONTIlt.V is publl'h
od by Rl.iku & Comp my, corner Rroud"
Way and Fourteenth Street, Xew York,
at JhfiO per year, inclusive of pattern
1 premium. Slnalo copies lfi cents,
Tho I'ltljut rt'ul l'ross of New York
City complain that there is n great
falling off In tle ctiiireh attendauee m
' that city and also In all the middle and
, New iiiigland States. Sermon are
quoted by th papers.statlstles are furn-
! Ished by the preachers exhibiting a
fearful dc line In church attendance- or
about 8-1(1 of the people ever attend to
The Kansas Ci'y Times, quoting
some prulpit dlioonrso on the use
lessncss of Foreign Mislons,etidorsu- it.
While, m ti religious point ol view, wo
doubt whether these mls.sions have been
of any utility, yet we areconlldei.t the
missionaries are the real pioneer, of
advan intr commerce and consequently
civilization. One of the gre it tilings to
follow the iiiisslonaiy Is the improved
l'lew. A fact Mini no mistake. Then
comes whiskey, somehow, ami then
commerce opens ids l'audemoiiium hov
among the supriscd chlldron of nature.
W. R Workman has accepted a pos
ition in the harness shop of W. T.
John II. Young and Jooph Massock
shipped a line car of Hogs, genuine
yorkers this week
An old weather prophet on tho other
side of old muddy, has twenty days
hauling to tliis market and predicts cold
weather uutii;tho 2ith.
Dr. Win. Anderson, ot Versailles
Ind., arrived fn tho city Thursday and
will remain some time looking after his
large l.tml interest heru-about.
The great sleet storm of Sunday last
d ine untold damage to forest and orua
meu'aishade trees. We learn that uncle
John Hecks orchard was badly damag
ed. 'Commercial men are more numerous
thali were tho locUsts of F.gypt. And
offer big Inducements to any one put
ting no a sample, room for llielr ac
comodation. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Marron
Dally of Nemeha county Neb four
children at oue birth- The children
wcie all stl'l born, at last account the
mother was doing well.
Friday morning a snow storm of un
precedented .severity set in. an area of
country Irom thu British possessions to
the alf of .Mexico and sweeping down
the Mississippi and Missouri Val.ovs.
Travel Is Mtiotidcd. Trains ure
abandoned on all the leading lines.
Snow Is reported as being 4 to !50 feet
deep lu cuts on the east and west lines.
A horrible accident occurcd on the
Tarkio Valley Road .Monday, onu aud a
half miles north of the State Line side
track. Whotoby brnkeman Jr'F.
Scolleld lost Ids life. The train which
leaves Corning at .1::i0 P. M Was back
ing live empty cars from Statu Llnu to
the end of the track and Scolleld and
another hrnkcmnu was sitting on tho
head car whei. the pair ot trucks under
them jumped the track. Scolluld
jumped up aud in trying to make his
way to the ciiglnu fell between the curs
and was lionbly mangled, four cars and
the engine passing over his body. His
roinuiiii were gathered up and taken to
Tin-Kin. Corning Herald.
ALL DAY AND fjIGHT.
Will Tim Npcrliiclo Ami IHsplny nt
WiutiliiKliui Ho it,.,,, U,wimt
Tin) llaltliiioro In Doing,
Tlio programme fcr tiio Inauguration
of (i:irihlil noxt mouth Is being con
stantly added tn, and by tlio time it is
fully completed it will bo upon a sealrt
of ninguitudo requiring fully thu whole
day and all of tlio night to carry it out.
The weather just now at Washington
Is delightful. The snow has all disap
pcaicd and tho streets aro in excellent
condition, nnd the blight and wnrm
sun is exhilarating. Tlio llaltlmoro
and Ohio Company lias ordoied the
t-peedy completion of quite a number
of cars that It has in the course of con.
Ktruction, and will put thorn on the
through run front tliis city to Washing
ton. The road is inVplendid shape, tlio
"Daisy Tram" leaving hero in the
mnrnlpg and reaching thu National
Capital next day fore noon, being al
most uniformly on time and doing a
vo ry largo business. This train Is sev
on hours the fastest of any train run
ning into Washington from thu West,
and in point of elegant cars, luxurious
accommodations and a niostcomfortablo
transit generally, it is beyond comparl
son tlio monarch ot all routes to Wash,
ingtoti. The 'low round-trip tickets
which will bo placed on snlo for tho In
auguration will bo good going from tho
tirst to the third, mid at any time ro-'
turning to thu eighth, inclusive Tha
Is to say, parties holding those ticket8
may leave Washing.on as late ns tho
evening tr-iln on tho eighth,
Orenon Colored Scneol.
Report of tho colored school for the
month ending Fell. 2I)lh 18sl : I
Annie Jackson !)(f. l.l.zle J'nyno 4, :
j lMward WeltonW.'i, Thomas Wclton 85,
William Welch 00, l.ncy Welch 88
Cornel a Welch 8(i, Frank Harris 8fl,
Jennie Payne 70, Charley Harris Hi,
Gertie Harris 78, Harry Welch 1)5,
Kphrlom Welton 90, Olllo HufTakcr 85,
Authur Welch 87, Susie Willis 75,
Cniyburn Willis 70, l.os.le Harris 70,
l.uJy Welton 88, May Williams 70.
M. L. McKn-K4iit, Teacher.
Biay A largo stock of the Flu at Con
feetioiinrics and Cigars Just iccelved by
H P Hosteller.
Lands for Sale.
The N K of the S B and tho S J
of thoN K J nee 14, Tp 02, R i!9, 4 miles
north of Mound Citj'i I lie .M i-i .
nun i ne i 1-2 in ihu- o ti i-t nuit mi- .ii
K 1-4 of the S B and the S W 1-4 of tlio I
N B 1-1 sec 7, tp 01, r 118) 1 1-2 miles I
south of Mound Cltv. Tho N 1-2 anil I
the S W 1-1 of sec 18, tp til, r 88; mid I
the B 1-2 sec 13, tp (51, r 3'J; 2 1-2 miles
south of Mound City. The N W 1-1
aud th6 N 1-2 of the fi W 1 4 and the
W 1-2 of the S r. 1-1 and the S W 1-t
of the NB 1-4 sco 11, tp 01, f M, 1-2
ml l onst of iliselow. 132 acres in the
N B 1-i and tho S W 1-1 see 4, tp fil,
r 3'J, 1 mllo northwest of Rlgelow. Tho
W 1-2 of the S W l-l sec 4, tp 01, r 3U.
And the SB 1-4 sec 5, tp til r 30, 2
miles N W of Rlgelow. The N Bl-l 16,
02 ID, 1-2 mile west of Craig. The S B
1-4 3, (12, 40, excepting 25 acres In the
S W corner 2 miles N W of Cmlg. 114,
acres in tho NW 1-4 11, 02. 40 ( lm-1
proved) joining Craig on the Norcliwe.it .
80 acre-. N 1-2 S W 17. 02, 37 2 miles
S w of Mnltlnnu, improved.
above dc-oribed lands are suitable for
grazing or cultivation. Terms 1-1
dowii t balance, time to suit purchaser.
Address,.,!. Fosrat Mausuali.,
Notice Is licteliV clvi'li Unit soatoil lilils III be
rci-rlvfit lit tile (louiity i.'lcrks nllloe ftinuTlli:
fnustv rAl'Kii. Ttii'tlolt County I'tMs ami
MiniiiJ City Xens fort lie iirlnlltiu of the Hii;iii
rial Mtiiti'iiii'iit of I lull immiiIj tor tlio yi-aroint-In-
Fell. 1st ISSI. Miilil M to In- llli'il on or In
fore the Kill Hay of .M.iti'MlSSI. .Tlio fotirl
roHorvliiK tiie rllil tn n-Jci-t any ami all niiH.
Uy onli-rof tlicCoiiuu Court
J. II. (' Cl'HTIH.
Order of PulilicaUoh.
Tlio State of Missouri, County ot Molt. .
In tlic Circuit Conn 01 salil rOuttty. April
John II. (!. Curtis and Cliar'otta Curtis, tils
wife, I'l.'ilutllls. vs.
Maria Henry, All Ira Kiinki-1 nml Frank Kim
itrl, her linstianrt. I'vriis llciiry..Iiwih llenrv.
Snilirnn:i lliilcy.A .1 lla'.ey.lirr hu-li.iiul. A:m:i
tluvon Kinl 1'rank llaicn. liei htiilianil. Mian
lllrt. llor-iCronser, lli-nii'inlii I'mvser. flora I
Cromer, lwi crmiMT. i.iinuru .Miecls.i.iiariiit
liiiitnml .1 nsi-iili Mtz, lii-ienilants.
At tills (lay fumes the ri.ilutllfs lnlreln liv
their allorney. In-fore tliuiimli rslKiii-it Pleik of
sulil eoiirt In vie-atloii, uii-l tiles their t' Ul'ui
.sUUiiiK anionir oilier things, that tin- almve
uami'il ilelenilants. Anna llavrn nml It.i-
veil. Inr liusliantl. Charles li'.ij. JomiIi l.-ini:,
'nml Cyrus Henry .are uiui-resliients of 1I1I1 Slate
Vo tlmt tliroritlnury imieess of law e.ucMt lie
scrieil iiion tin-in, Wlieieiijmn I! Isonlereil hy
the I'lrrl; that said Di feiulants lie notinril lit,
Viilillealtou Dial I'liilntllls haw- rcntimrnieil a,
.s.ilt niralast tliein In tills Conrt. tlio nliJiVt unit i
Kviieral mil in P of illileli in mat iiih planum.
Herein, jimi li:it iiariuion may lie inaileoi nml
(toneriitlmcasnmi In, Hie IoIIowIiik ilesi'illii it I
lenlMuto nil lil'i nml IJi-Iiik .situate in tlm
eoimty ot Hilll nml tale or .l!lsimil, to-ult
CoiiiMleni'iiiK on the uorlli lino of tlio imrtli
west itiarler nfseellon thirty-four, (III), town
ship sixty of rntie llility-ellil (3S). twenty
rims ikhii me iioriiiMcsijeorm'r in Mini iii.-ir-ter
seillon, llienee sonlli eighty rods, tlicnee
east llihti-sK rinls. tlicin e s-aitfi to the foiitli
line of sadl iiinrti:r soellon, llii-iiee oust In tin
sonttiwest eoruer ot accrlaln pleeo of land here,
tofme ileeili-il loom- II. It. (. lurk, thence uorlli ,
.TI roils amt fourteen links, tlirnrc rust thlr
ty nine roils nml nine links to the east lino nf
salil iiiailiT si'cihni.lhi'ine uorlli In the south
east eornerofiieerlaln pleeeof land lierctofure
ileeileil to one C. A, Tliointon, Ihi'liVh west forll
one rods unit llin'e links, lle-nce uorlli to the
noitli line of said fiiarler si-ctlon, tlienc" wi-s
en snhl north line to the nhu-e of In..
riuis fioin the miVinwesiieormr i.Va,i..,mr -
Klnnlnir, eonlaintni; one hundred nrres
more oi less. AM a piece of
land ilescrlhed us follows, to-lt i Iii'isIiuiIpk
nt n post on the eilKe of the sprini; run on the
uorlli lino of tho llorthwi.st onartor ot hi'i-llmi
el. lowiiHliipWi, raiijre :is. thence vnnnlna forlv-
eiKin lM reii iroin no- oorio rasi rornci' oi f am
imirtersiTllon, thence south 12 ilosrvr.s.uoi
twentv-nlno perch to n po-l, tlienee north lortv
tlvo dcirrceii. west twnity-fniir perch tu a pint
on the north line of said ipiartcr Mctlon,
thucr mil Hi sn ilfiucc east nloni; the
north line ofsahl nnailer seclloii tlilrtv-
clHlit perch to the place of heKlnnhiK l
tontaliitim two acres nml twenty-four
icicli. nml that nine Aiiineasnreincniof iioiier
in. ami partition oi me auove ilesciliiol real
estate cannot he made without Kre.it prejudice
in ino imncrsoi nam n-ai ivnaie, iiicn aim in
that ease tlmt tho said limits may In: .sold and
tliw proceeds ol unlit sale henpjirnpil.itoil liccor
illiiu to law ami ftir such olhi'r ami
further relief ns tho court may deem
proper and necessary. And. that iinlrss
the said Cyrils Henry. Anna Haven.- Haven,
her husband, Charles I.an nml .lncpli l.ann
I'e ami nppear nt this Court tit tko iicm
Term thereof, lie iiruuii nml hulden at
the Court llnu
. .1.1. till- mrl.fl
it lloiisrr in ino l.ly or Urceoii. In sa d
oirtliFMth of Aprll.isst next, and on or
oeforutheKlvt i ilav ill ga h lrm. nnsiier or
i-lrad to the Petition III salll ennse, the same
will lie taken ns confessed, ami judgment will,
lie rendered ncunrdlnuly.
And 11 Is ordered that a copy hereof lie pnh
llshed nccordlnijlelaw In the Countv TApkii
ami Holt County 1'ress for fsur weeks con-ecu-lively,
tin lam Insurtlnu tit lie nt least four
iwrks liefore tho nrsi nay oi sain lenn.
W.llt. rteuiNOKK. Clerk.
O. IV, Thomas, Attorney for I'lalntllf.s.
Order oi' Publication.
Tlio .State of Missouri, County of Holt, si.
In the Circuit Court of salt! county, January
Mary A. Johnson, rtulntlff,
John X. JoliusMii, Defendant.
Now n tliis Ctli dayot January, leu, enmes
the plalutltt herein, by tier nllnrucy, and It an
pearln lo the salUfiiclliui ot the Court that the
nti.ve named defendant Is n nonresident of
the Mate ot Missouri and tho oullnury pioctnv
of law cannot ho serveu ur.nii lilm.
ll'lieriiipon It is onlereil hy the Court that
said defendant he nolhlcil tiy putitlcntlon that
planum mis cominrnccii ii nun ui;aiusi nun in
this Court the object of which Is lu lie divorced
from the bonds of inatilmony now ixIIIiik be
tween mild plaintiff imd defendant, and that un
less tho said defendant ho mid appear at this
Court at tho next Term thereof, to be heuiui
ami hulden at the Court House hi the City ot
Oregon, In said county, on the '.'1th day el April
issl.next, nnd oa or before the sixth day of
said Term, answer or plead to the petition in
said cause, the name will lie taken as confessed,
anil jiidKii.ent will he rendered accordingly.
And it Is further ordered that a copy heieof
be published accordion to InW lu Tlir. Cou.ntv
A trim envy, attest W. It) Kertihui'.u, Clerk
lly K. I.. Au.f..v. Deputy.
TO YODBG HOUSEKEEPERS.
FREE TO ALL BRIDES.
ISotlro Is hereby Klvtui to nil the. readero of
this paiicr and all their friends aud ucmiulnt
aacestliruiiKlioiitthi) United Wales and Cana-
iu, inai .
Will lie K'ld one ear w a
Tu every newly married couple wlio.io addrcu
ami 111 r.ent tn nnv niwtMi.n lt .,, tr. Hi.
piihllsliornltlitiione,jcarfrom tlio date of their
I'orsoiissendliiKfor this present nro reiuicsted
to send a copy of u paper conlalnlntr a notice of
tlierl innrrlftKe, or eemn other oildenco that
shall amount tu a reasonable proof that tlioy
aro entitled In the m.-iynrluu unrter the nliov'e
nicr, Auurv.s.1, XUJS MUUHEUOLU
THE RED FRONT STORE
Jo.Ts:3J'x, city, mo.,
will close out their-entiro stock of goods
and no Humbug;. Our stock
new goods and
April 1st, 1881.
You can buy your goods here at whole
sale prices, Come and see for yourselves.
E. C. WELLS A SON, Proprietors.
Corsaut & Meyer,
IIVEOTTIsriD CITY, lLO.y
Aro prepared to offer special Inducements to
And Prompt Paying Trade, in
Fancy Goods and Notions.
Silks, Velvets and Fur
In order to reduce
Oanton Flannels, Shawls,
Cloaks, Felt Skirts, etc.
Wcn!.io keep a first-elass lino of (ilasswarc, Queenswnre, anilTahle
GUTLERY, GLOVES, mmWI, E
Call and see us before hilling nur
We will show as fine a line and at as
any house north of St. Joseph.
1 Remember. GLENN'S BRICK BLOCK. Main St.
One door north ol' Lumber Yard,
nVCOTJlsriD CITY, 1VEO.
We have, in iidditlon to our new clock of goods, opened a
Conic uttd gut your
The Boss Harness
TVtivitltvucl, Holt Ooimty, Mo.
All are respectfully Invited to call
HARNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS,
and everything pertaining to a first-class
of Light Harness, Ladies', Gent's nnd Itov's Saddles. The only shop In tho
county that Manufactures .1 U STONK'S
Shirt Loop Harness. I use the Host I'lttAiurg Oak-Tanned Harness Leather and
employ onlySkillcd Workmen. Alyiwork warrantad and guarantee .satlsfae
on In pricus . Coins one, Como all. A'
Rtrnve.d frum the uudwrnlcucil from V
City .Inn. 1st, lesl. one bay mare luule.i
yens old lu the. Mpilai;, laio id us
tiniir malm nml tlio. Anv nerson IT
inturuialluaottlie said mute will be libel
rewarded. THOMAS COTTlK
Creditors and nil others Internsled In the es
tain of F. .V. Krusor, deceased. Mo uotlllnd
that thu undersliuied administrator will timko
final setlleinent of said estato at the February
term, iBSl.ofthe rrobato tMurt nflLnlt miuity,
Mo, K. H. 1I1IOM IMl,
Farm for Sale.
I dnsiroto eell my farm of lilo acres t
70 acres in tamo grass, balance under
cultivation. Good wall and cistern:
plenty of. stock water; abundance of
timber', young orchard of 2.10 boarlng
trees! one-and-a-half miles Soutlioast of
New Tolnt. Uall on or auUress Al, a,
Modle, New Point, Holt county, Mo,
must be sold by
our large stock or jj
low prices and its kind treatment as
Groceries, bo Fed and Clothed.
X. JS. MOH-KIS.
and examine my very comptutu stook o
WHIPS, ROBES, BLANKETS, BRUSHES,
COMBS. HARNESS OIL
Harness Shop. 1 oarry a full lino
Notice Is hereby nlven that the umUrslKticil
has been appointed (luardlaa of thu person
and curator of the estate of l'utur tluun, a per
son adjudned to he insane, liy a jury hiwnn
and impaunelcd by ordor of thu frolulo Court
v.MIoltcuuuty, Mu oa the 13th day of Decern
her, 18H0. My nppJIutmnnt bearlnir ilatu of
Jauuury 1Mb, Mi. W. II. Kiciiauds,
(luardlaii aud Curator.
All creditors and others Interested In
estate of Thomas Itamsay, deceased, aru. unti
tled that Hulla r. Itmnsay, tho imdorflOrncd,
iidiiilnlstralur U Raid (stfitu. tntcuds to tnnko n
tliml settlement of nald estate nt thu UQU term
of the Hniuato Court of Holt rounty, Missouri--!
to lm bexun nud tioldcn at Oregon, In fuia'f
county and ntaw afori's.ild. on tuo Kin day of
J-'ebruary, 18X1. HOLLA T. JUMHA V.
CiARt.JM WiTuoMAs.Atroiuey for AdirUn.
Creditors and all others Interosted !u the r
tate of JohnMarkwoll, deoeojed, ara notified
that the umlerptgued administrator will make
final settlement of mid estutn atthn l'ebrunry
li-rin. ul cfltui riohato Conrt nf I frit countv
Mu. D AM in. 7.00H,. Adm'r.J'l
iftlONEY TO LOAN
7 Per Cent. Interest
for live years or as short time ns desired
Wl.l be In Craig Mond'uys and Mound
j City, Tuesdays ol null week,
I J. FOSTKR MARSHALL,
Notice to DcliMquontn.
All parties tiro noWlcd that tho City
Taxes for 1S80 are now past duo and
that unless the same be paid by March
1st, penalties and cott will bu added.
IIimiho for Snlo.
A one-tind-a-liaif story dwcllliiK In
Oregon, witli c;od cellur nml cl-tern
ami two lot coiitalnni"- grapes, cur
leiit., rasiilierrles, gooseberries, jiencli
es aud apiiles, all lie iring. It will bj
-Sold elienii. Apdv to
DwcllinpT for Sale.
Contain four looms, coin! co lar,
smnke-liOiise, stable, two lots well set
lu all kinds of fruit. Call ou
(Ko. Sdkm an, Oregon, lltii
Tartles desiring losell their Improved
Lands will find it to tlielr Interest to
eorrespond with or villi tit once on tlio
utideisigiied, ns he Is -having constant
dctuauiPfronilmt.ionu nluu.ul forsuci
lands, (live full description with price
and terms. Will negotiate sa:e at n
reasonable commission. .Vo cliuigiw
unless sale is iiinde. Address
.1. l'OSTKlt MAUSIIAt.t.,
Twcivu hundred aud ilfty (1,250)
acrert of lieavlly tiinliered pine land in
Oicgon coitnly'Mo., seven miles north
of Alton,, tlie'countv seat, 'i'lio timber
(Pino) ou tliis laud fs as large and lino
as can be found in thu Stale, and is
worth much morn than is asked fur the
land. After the timber Is removed, tho
land will make one or several Hue slioop
1 or fruit farms. Ills finely, located on
Kluven Points river and is mostly up
i land hone of it being hivumpy All
or a part ot this laud is otlen-u for
trade lor property in Holt or AtWibOii
county. All tlio laud has pel feet title,
is unencumbered, and taxes all paid.
Any further information may 1)0 ob
tained by applying to the editor of Tiik
WM. EVER HART
wishes to inform tlio public that he will
Aivulsli outlits of l-'tirniture to iliuso
who may need thein. cheaper tliun tin v
houso tills a!du of I'bicago, Kaunas City
or St. Joseph, lie mean, just whai It
says and asks etflry one to oult and ho
eonvlui'tfd by examining bis Mock and
Have an exoollun. stook of
Come nndst'c uh and wowil
Save You Money!
Hijjhost Prteo Piild
CRAE-1AIVS & FRAME.
at im mmv.
etc , to bo found In Holt Countv.
KING & PROUD'S
. OREGON1, MO.
Oo?i t forget!
Soots nml Shoes,
Post of Honor