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aU'ilo of nlcr.stirei, ami .-ill manner of milui. with a verj little or nunc of Jhe '
nttiuetloiit. Then few young ltirn will t,ev MtlchH. irtlll, quantity Is not so
leave the einihtiy for the town.
THE GREAT STORM-WEEKI
Trvmcmlotii ItmliifullSlertl IrolSnnw! I
A World OlUtriiliiK InArinurtl
Some rcnrd should. bo made i f this j
liheiiomcmil week for reader In the !
future. The stonily time bejran with n
rnln full on the night ol Friday, I'cb. 1th.
Tht t rnln fro7c m It fell, nml continued
until I lie moriiinpof Snnday. the 6th.
What a Mpt-otrtolo wni presented by a
world, cased, m It were, in n mail of
Ice several Inches thick! Tree, bush
es, hou.r?, fi'iiet'.i, street, paths, field-",
oiu door utensils mid every livitm crea
ture exposed lo thh ruin, all panoplied
in resplendent armor t! The surface
of earth transformed Into a skating rliiK,
over wkleli Ihe merry slider were
swiftly scudding; whllo others were
plidltie;on slcdi as though driven by
itifls hie propulsion! Somu used urn
biell.iJ for sail") and hrVkilftil holding
ot I hem coasted long distance-!. One
hut nt Oregon, using regular sniN,
? irtrd from ihe hH'-'.np K:ut of town,
tout lo Blanehard'fi orchard, ami, stnnd
In on his si ales, was can led by the
wind down lull and uii clean oter to I
Hneeker'ei, In thn west unit of own.
On Sunday morning, soon after .sun
rise, a very heavy, wet snow began to
full, a ml, sticking where ft lodged, soon
covered the lee-clad eartli and trees
with a denc coiit 'of snow. Ai the
burden became heavier, crasli after
omsh wns heard among the croaning
foroN nnd orehanls. Krd night ueli
h thinning out and pruiiliig of trees hnd
happened as must leave marks that will
b.i philn lo (he next generation, whllo
most peach orchard have been ruined.
This snow soon melted off anil, by the
en.sutiig leornlng, Monday, the li e had
nil disappeared from the trees. The
Shut .t m it n( million",
Itnllwnyi In ttic sky :
Heml It tip to Milium,
JlMInc tm n bubble.
Is It nut iiilillmp,
Only cents in ilntiblo-
Double half it dltnj.
villllutto inurr, nuil inllllom
I'llHlillitfttlliU cm IiIkIi,
If Hie fare of Heritt,
Neluork ill the lullou,
l.ltclitnlnit Vwlcu f ti.nle,
fifteen lllllllullt IIIHll'".
Millions yet mid millions
Tut thg MunituM blli :
Mixing ell ami water
Mtmcy's stroiiR and tnlfthly,
1'uveily I lean i
S.e tlio jobbers fjttuu
On nur kernV'tit.
Millions rhs to billions,
Crttitder schemei wttsee,
Mlt'lons, billions, trillions,
bund nml ulii- and rail !
Trillium, mlllloni, billions
Mathematics fall. N. Y. Sun.
On the evening of I'cb, 22, a large
number of 'Wends and relatives assein
b etl at the residence of Mr. Skrlb ys,
fivti miles Noithwe-t of Mound tty, to
witness the marriage- ceremony of Mr
Frttuklln Miller to Miss .letinle Kay,
pei for.netl bv tin Hev. Mr. Ilnyo
At ilo'cloffk the organ, pru-lded over
by Miss l.aur.i Ctimmlngs, of Wennna,
Illinois, pealed forth Hid wedding
march, at t ho clo.se of which, the happy
couple enteied the parlor, and were
pronounced husband anil wife.
The bride was elegantly attired in a
rieh costume of brown silk, trimmed
with a corronpondlng ehadu of brown
atin. The groom wore tlio conven
tional black. At 7 o'clock supper was
I important an Is t lie ihorongli mixing,
j If the foregtng U a true analysis of the
i water, ntiil the ingredient" have been
mixed by boiling up, ele,, in the bowels
i of the earth, for long times, wo see. no
, reason why the waters of our Spring
' may not be as ellleicnt its' the most eel.
ifbrated In the. world. People can
drink thr more often and accomplish
the fame effects.
Mil. Kiiitok: It lias been a matter
t .if it'itnilti lik itin it cdfiiHii I t'linl'ii tfttt'
W UIIIUKil lU IIIV OVHItll Mll ttllt
the people of Oregon neglect to attend
tin' County Institute. It is not only
intere-ting ami instructive to you, but
is also encouraging to teachers,
Hop Hitlers, which are advertised In
our columns, are a sure cure for ague,
biliousness and kidney complaints.
Those vvho use them say they cannot
be too h ghly recommended. Thoe
alllicted siiou it give fiem a fair trial,
and :vi 1 become thereby enthusiast o in
the pralto of their curative qualities.
acres all In a body, suitable for
grazing; 2 miles south of' Mound City.
.Superior gras land.
J. T. ThitteliM
of Oregon. Mo , ha a sure euro for fe
ver anil nguu. Warranted to cure or
money refunded. Stint bv mail on re
To i oolpt of price. One ounce bottle, "fie;
two ounce bottle. $l.Cf.
see a eommunitv matiltei-t a lively In
tercet In their work, inspires teachers
with a new determination to eerl their AnnomiCUitnontH.
everv ability in forwaitling tlie grand J We am nuihonzed to annoiineo John
cause of education. These members ol i As;1" llM ' raudldale for County
til..!,- .. Ip.II. II I""
your foniniiiiiily loivo In
tlm most precious interests of thu fu
ture; namely: tlm moulding of the' We are authorized to vnnoiince the
minds which are, in a ehoi t time, to j name of W. K Diiaki: of Mound City,
, . , , ,,,, , I, .,! as a eundii Into for County School Com-
rule m your elead. I he In .atlon j lnM()f,r ,u , CCrt,lnjAlir,i u,c.otion.
glvon to Ihe hoy's mind is the direction i - - -
takwihy the man. in his nilur lif-. W KMinton Forest City, Mo., sells
.. ' ,, . , . ., . . , , . groceries tdieap for cash.
on are all c-arelul of the phyl .vil eou- " . . '
tlition of your chililrcM- why aio you I Titko Notice,
nut uquall) careful of their iiitc'W'titnl j All persons knowing theinselevs tn
and moral conditions? While jolt i denied to T. 1. Pi ice & Co,, will 11ml
giiartl them ngalit the blasts of the I Vtu,r ww. 1 H"' 'mnds of !. W.
winter wind or the chilling rain, rnm. j iS' '"'TlStc'
less aim moiiiereni, you sit at eau,
,. i ...i.:.. i. ........ .1. ...i ,.
following tlavsi.f l oesdav, Wetlitesdav .i , . . ,
,,. " . , , ' ' ' tiling passed Hff in u moht enjoyable
and I hursday were a ternatr v free, ni: '
and thawing, llarly on Fritlay morninic
u brisk snow began tn fall upon the
troren slush. As so much water hnd
never onco thinking what is the char
acter ol tlio p.'rson who is shaping
your child's mental anil moral powers.
Not ono ot jhi would employ a man to
attend to your horses, cat'le, or hogs,
unless yon kiiew (something of Ids
character ami abilltle-; jet you are re
hictaut to spend a few hours in ascer
taining what are tlio acquirements anil
natures of those who are more iniplie t
lv entrusted with tlie I laMio minds of
i your children Come out and know
whom jon nro trutiii2. Observer.
just fallen no one expected a great
show fall, lint this storm increased
gratlnnll) .until, from being an ordinan ,
brisk.-, active show, r, by evening it be
came ono steady, dctii-e, intense, roaring
drive of blinding snow, line almost to,
powtler and packing itself where it
tou.d lodg nant in short a regular!
Nebraska snow Morm, dangernis alike;
to man aud beast whtroyer exposed to 1
it. Hy Sntiinlay morning It had ceas
ed to snow, but thn tremendous blasts
from thcNoith Wcit .continued until '
Sunday noon, bringing the morcurv
down below ?ero to as low as 15 de
grees ere thu blizzard came to its end.
And thus upon the still tm clad earth
thcro came, nt least, fifteen inches of
snow upon a 'evel. Tills snow tlie blasts
from the North-West had so stirred up
and drifted by Sunday that all travel
was niocKcd. All tlie was,- cuts, ra
vines and valleys, transverse or ob
lique to the North-West, weie literally
picked full of this line, pervading
suow which laid in windrows, peaks,
mounds and ridges of amazing bulk
To pet ni omul anywhere was a work of
original pioneer exploration, affording,
to those engaged In it, glimpses of nov
el scenery, amid bewildering paths
arouud their own homust''ads!
Othter, butHwi)l,stoiT.xfollved upon
this lat snow fa 1. Hut this great
storm will ever bo memorable as ono
of thu traditions among those who
hereafter will listcu to the parleys of
the oldest Inhabitants, Estimated a
water, the aiount that fell from Satur
day morning to Saturday morning in
clusive was six ami tine; fourths inches
! T!so britlo received many us.'ful and
elegant presents, among which your
reporter noticed tlie following!
t I'roin groom, pair of elegant gold
bracelets; groom's nr ther, table linen,
and lied spread; Henry Miller, John
Miller, and O. W. MIntyro, a beauti
ful eight-da clock; Mrs. (. W. Meln
tyre, set of silver tea spoons; Master
(iuyand.MisS Ilertha Mcli.tyre, set of
Individual stilt cells; James Curtis and
wife, lied spread and half dozen nap
kins j Misses Nerva and Annie Sko'ley,
crystal tea set; James Cottier and wife,
parlor lamp; John Cottier, set of nap-
ktur,; I.iz.ie Cottier, silver c.v-tor; Em
ma Cottier, splendid bride's cake; O. P.
.Skeels anil wife, set of napkin-; Miss
Mollie Palmer, set of silver table spoon?
Miss Una Palmer, plcklo castor; Miss
l)oi a,' Skeels, set of silver teaspoons;
Miss Kinma Kellcy, crystal pitcher;
IJ. K-''oreaut, elegant bronzo lamp;
Jamrs Wartl, table linen; Jacob May,
vet of crystal sauce dishes.
Among tho guests present were, Henry
Ml In- und wife, (1. W. Mclntvre and
wifo, O. M. Kelloy ami wife, .las. Cur
lis and wife, Thomas Cottier, Mrs. J.
0 Kllint, J, A. Hall and wife, James
Cottier aud wife, llov. Mr. Hayes and
wife, Judge Skeels and wife, Thomas
Dearniont and wife, Jacob May and
Miss I.iua Pa'mer, John Miller and
Miss Kiln KennMi, Uobt. Kcnnlsli and
Miss Dora Skoels, James Ward and
Miss Lam a Ciimniings, both o We
uona, Ills , John Collier and Miss Em
ma Kelloy, Misses Mojito Palmer, Em
ma and Uzzle Cottier. Tho groom Is
a son ot Henry Miller living near Craig,
Mo. He is an ! diistrious and Intelli
gent young man of good mora', habits.
I wish to say to all interested, that I
hnvo grown "a good stoeK of Ilerry
Plants, ftavden nml Flower Seids,
Plants and' Hulbs sufficient for the home
demand. Inqualltj ,as good as tlio bet ; in
price as low ns tlie lowet.
HEME.MIIEH tlie value of seed is not
in leased by fancy wrappers, cuts nml
huge catalogues, for which tlio buyer of
seed pins. Last hut not least, I "sell a
hundred for tlie prco you pay travel
ling ng'ents per d):cu, Come then or
order what you want and no pains wih
be spared to accommodate von. Price
TO THE FRONT.
Allen, Frazer & Co.,
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT
in spared to accommodate you. Price
.ist free. J. N. AltfNIKEK.
Wo have the largest and most complete stock of Agricultural Implements lsa
tho Holt county, consisting of
Weir Plows, . Dccro Plows nud Cultivators,
Lallarpc PIowm nnd Cultivators,
AIho the Stmulnrtl of Excellence, tlte
Gilpin Sulky Plows,
Stalk Cutters, 1 nnd 2 horso Ifny Rakes, Corn Planters,
Corn Shelters, 13arnes'H Wire Check Kowers, Harrows,
CAMPBELL CORN DRILL,
HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS,
Buckeye Reapers and Binders,
THE CALDWELL WAGONS,
Pumps, Barbed Wire,
STOVES, AND TINWARE,
TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION,
etc., tire made Specialties. Everything in tho lino of
Hardware nnd Builders' Materials. Call and see us and
we will guarantee satisfaction.
V.XEJV, JRV.5533H., Ac OCX
7 Pi Cent. Interest!
for live years or as short time as desired
Wl 1 lie in Craig Mondays and Mound
City, Tuesdays ot rich week.
J. FOSTKIl MARSHALL,
I des'reto sell the lata residence of
Felix Froelieh. , story tramu dwel
ling. 6 lots, largo orchard and vineyard.
For particulars, apply to
Or Explanatory Stock Doctor: written
in plain ami common language, for the
use of the fanner, bleeder or owner of
any kind of stock Irom tlie horse to the
chicken. Just the work for the farmer.
Handsomely hound and illtistiatcd.
Call on N. J Kjgcr, Oregon, Mo.
j&fcjj" lluy your groceries ol W E Min
ion, Forest City, Mo.
AMOS CASTLE can make
Kffjjw you as perfect fitting
Hoot or Shoe as any one in
Holt county. Satisfaction guaranteed
Noi l h sitle public square, Oregon, Mo
We have a speedy
anil positivo Cure, for Catarrh Dlph.
I'theiia, anker mouth nnd lleatt Ache,
in shiloh's Catarrh ltenieily A nasal
injcc'ov seo witli each bottle Use it if
'.on desire health and sweut breath.
Price M cts. Sold by. T. S. Himle
Oregon, Mo. .
To Quit Business!
THE RED FRONT STORE
as per sbservations of dipt. Kaucher; j Tho bride is n nieeo of Thus. Cottier.
in tact equal to sixfojtof suow!
Thn grains are rottlug in the Missour,
Valley, while hero our people are .starv
ing for them, Whyf llecausti it cost.,
40 cents a bushel to carry it here?
Speech of Chairman at the Anti-Monopoly
League, New York.
The New Cabinet.
President Garfield sent to the Senate
the following nomination.
James (J. Blaine, of Maine, Secre
tary of Stato.
Wni. Windom, of Minnesota, Secre
tary of tlio Treasury.
Wayno MoVeagh, of Fennsj Ivania,
Thomas I.. Jnmes, of New York,
Chloiide of sodium
Sulphate of Soda
Sulphate of Potassa
Sulphate of Lima
Carbonate of Lima
Ciirbonnte of Magnesia
Carbonnte Protoxide Iron
Samuel S. KlrUood, tl Iowa, Seero-) aii'onato PrjiUixltlo Man'g
tary of the Interior. '
Hobert Lincoln, t IHiuiiis. Sucrctnry
Wrr li. Hunt, of l-ouUUna, Shiu-o-taty
of the Navy. '"
Heavy Grain Shipment.
The tow boat Oakland, of the St. i
Louis and New Orleans transportation,
left that city March oth, with the lui(
r$t shipment of bulk grain ever made
from that point'. It consisted of 26.V
000 bushels of corn, 90,000 bushels of
wheat for foreign Iteeonpt, and Is stow
ed In eight barges. Tills exceeds by over
60,000 bushels any previous single ship
ment, and is .the largest tow ever flout
ed on the Mississippi rh'or. Of be
tween 1,100,000 and T ,200,009 bushels
of wheat now in elevators three
piftrter'bt It is for exportation and will
be forwarded to New Orleans as soon
as toaage'.can be procurred.
Parents, renfember your children will
find auwscmetit". Yon who' make
your homs abodes of gloom and harsh
new, rounds of endless drudgery
not wonder that the last eblld you have
'will gladly leave you. fpecinlly, should
the borne life of tho country be the
Site is an amiable ami lovely lady, nott d
for her many good qiudlties of both
lieai t and head
After congratulations ami supper
were over Mr and Mrs. MlUnr were
driven to Craig, to depart on a bridal
tour to St- Josepti. X. Y. ',.
Mound City Mineral Springs
Here is an analysis of the water, as
given by Prof. Williams, of Holla, from
one gallon of tho water:
I.ttcr. of Administration nn .hi eUnta uf
Kllzabflli Xex. ilece.wit, wor trlfil Hie
unilcrslKiioil, MHtoli 7tli, USI, !' Uu l'mlutt
All iiiMsims kuvlne olnlms apnlnst ?al itate
te reitilred to oxlildlt tliein Jnr tllowiince to
Ihe nlmliilnr.itr wlililn nn year niter th date
of salrt letters, or they may bo iirrelnld from
Bliv lifrutlt ot suld estate, utul It -ncli ulnlni4 lie
tint exhibited wltltln twuve:ir4 trnlil thn riytn nf
said letters t&y will he frever Imrrcd,
tjAnrcti iiiiuiit.i,. .vina r.
OriyGroccries cxvhaiig'd for all kinds
of protluce at W K Minton's Forest City.
Answer This Question.
Why do so many people wn see
around us seem to prefer to Suf ler and
bo matin miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Lo. s of Ap
peiite, Coming up of tho Food, Yellow
Skin, waen for 75 cts,, w will sell ihe.ra
Shiloh's Vitallzer, L'tiaranteed to cure
tbein.So.tl by T. S.Hlnde, Oregon, Mo.
XOXMSST CITY, 3MCp
Letters of Ai!inlnltr.illnn nn the nt:ita nf
Miehael lluwlcy, ileceasi'd. tverv (.'ranted tlw
utitleritlKiieil. Kelirtiary lMh, It-si, Iiy tint I'io
butti t ourt nf Unit county, Mu.
All )ei"iis bavlr.K elnliui :ii.Mlast said rstate
are retinlred in oxlublt litem fur allowattru to
tlieadmluhlraUir within nue .:ir after t.e date
nf said letter,, nr tltuy may liu precluded from
uuy luaitllt of Mitlrl estate, anil If Mtelt clnlins hu
tun exitiniiwi wittilii iWDjuars innn the date
ol until tellers tliey will he forever liarrnd.
n. j, i.uuAa, Aiim r,
! Total solids 21,907,133
j Total solids found hy evp. 21,950,895
t As compared with the famous springs
of l'nslanil and Germany the amount of
some ingredients is very small. Wo
gather from Miami's encyclopedia, that
the Cheltenham waters, of I'ngland,
have, of sulphate of da, pur gallon,
from 00 to 90 grains: tho springs of
tscidschtitK and Pullna have, of sulph
ate Potns,, 18 grains j of sulphate ot
J.lnie, Carlsbad, Kins, Marienbad, have
from 8 to 16 grains; of earbonato Lime,
Marlenbiid, Pjrmont. Seidsehutz havo
18 to 21 grains i of Carbonate ot uwg
Gel'imn, Pullr,a and others have 8 to 24
grains, of .SttlpJiate ot magnostn they
hav 320 to 3B0 grains; of Prot Iron,
manganese, most of the great springs
have, about tho samn as the Mineral
springs of Mound City; of sillclo ncld
all have greatly more; of Alumina,
about tho sanm or none. Tho peculiarity
ol our spring is in its navm-- a very
little ot agreat many Ingredients ; where
as, all of tlio famous pprlnus Iimvo
one or two ;i such as Coda, Potassa,
Lime, Iron or Magnesia, In largo quart-
Fine Farm for Sato.
Ve are authorized to offer at private
sale one of tho finest Grain and Stock
Farms in Northwest Misoiiri. It con
tains 600 aere.ss and U situated in Holt
county, 6 miles noithcast ot Oregon, :
milch from Now Polnt,5 ndlo from Fill
more, anil 7 miles from Forest City ami
Forbes station. It is nil under feuixt ex-
cent 00 acres; lias 300 acres in a high
stale nt cultivation; 3 miles of good
.hedge, which turns stock; balance ex
cellent rail fence ; Nlckell't, creek runs
through It and it Is ns fitielv watered as
any faun in the State; has a good frame
dwelling of 5 rooms, filled throughout
wiui nncK; urn miliums: cost si.you;
L'ood out hoiiH's; barn 40 x4l) feet.wlth
200 feet of sheds; has two orchards,
both bearing, containinltig, three hund
red welt s:lceted ft nil trees; is in thret
quarter.' ot a mile of a good school and
ihrett-ouarters nf a niilo of two church
osonn Itaplist and one FvaiiL'elical :
steam irrist half a mile from dweliine.
All tho laud has excellent mil, and
there Is an abundance of timber to keep
up fences and supply firewood Ibrever.
There are 60 acres ot' liluegrass pas-
lure. Abig never failing spring of toft
water in 40 yards of tho house. The
entire ftirin Is in excellont condition. It
will be sold cheap and long time will
be given r n a large port on of tlio pur
chase money Any one wanting to buy
a large tintl'fino farm will find Mils wor
thy ot careful examination. For any
Itirttier iniormuiioii nppiy 10 me euiior
of this paper.
CQ1.AV E Mmton keeps a
grocery in firM-class style
Land i'or Trade.
Twelve hundred and fifty (1,260)
acres of heavily timbered pino land In
Oregon county, Mo., seven miles nortli
of Alton, tlio county seat. The timber
(Pine) on this html is as large and hue
as nan bo founo in too State, and Is
worili much more than Is askett for the
land . After the timber is removed, the
laud will make one or several fine sheep
or fruit farms. It is finely located on
Eleven Points river and is mostly up
land noun of It being swampy. All
or a part of this land is ottered for
trade for property In Holt or Atthison
county. All tho laud has perfect title,
is unencumbered, ami taxes all paid.
Any further information may bo ob
tained by applying to tho editor of Tin:
out their entire stock of goods
i- Snrintr Stock of Ha's
"JK&iiow, stylish iihiI cheap
Castle, norlh side
of public square,
no Hurabng. Our stockj is lnrgo and
new goods and must be sold by
April 1st, 1881.
You can buy your goods horo at whole
sale prices, Come and see for yourselvos.
E. C. WELLS & SON, Proprietors.
NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES!
Ono door north of Lumber Yord,
W'ts have, in addition to our new stook of goods, ope nod a
Vcnnor, the Seer.
In tho'wVyfc.f'c-rceaslInij the weath
er nothing so extraordinary has ever
happened, since the ttays of antiquity,
when Kings sent grand embassies to
Csinsult prophets and orncles, as Unit
consultation held by the Inauguration
committee with Vcnnor, tho Cftimdlnn
prophet. They asked htm what tho
weather would bo on Feb. 14, he re
plied "Alas! lean ghe you no hope.
March enters like allon almost every
whore nod Washington is within that
everywhere. Tho M and 4th will
bring a cold dip and stormy weather,
with heavy snow falls. Heavy wind
nnd rnln Uth and 10th nnd a sovcro
sold snap with wretched nbont 16th
And true was tho prediction. Wash
ington saw the rare spectacle of light
ning nnd snow tho heavens livid with
electric flames, tho air be.lowlng with
thunder and lull of snow, which fell
covering the earth.
Report of lllchvlllo school for tho
Urm ending Fobrttary 2Cth, 1891.
dames Ltvlngood ,
Arthur Hlbbanl ... .
( barley Wcag'cy .
Hobert Ktreale . , . .
Thos McDowcl . . .
Geo. Kultcnlmeh .. .
Wm Llvlngood . . . .
F.mmn Ka'tenbaeh. .
John McDowcl , .
.... CS ...
Number or days school whn In session,
110; number scholars enrolled during
the term, 61.
J. M. Fini.f.Y. Teaehor.
Brown's Pepsin Torlo.
Cures I)yspep-ln, I. digestion aud
Sicktieadacliu. Von bnve only totry
it to prove It It furnishes til stom
ach with. Pepsin, Ulmbnrh, AlandrnUu
and (loutian, tlie natural priueip es of
digestion. No romcdy ever offered to
tho public has roleaveU so much sutler
ing as this wonderiul prei'arat on.
Airs. Mica Jones, I airmonl, Kas.,
savs; "I had dtspeps a for ten years,
and havu h en cured dy using two bo
tlos of llrown's l'spsin i o it:, after try
ing a dozen doctors."
A.O. Hutler, Uockvi lie, Mo , writes:
"You havo my thanks for u life saved
by this wonderful Heme.ly. I com
menced liuptuvliig after taking thu
third tlosoj ; its effect oh the stomach,
liyer and ImiwcIk, was almo-t magical."
K II Hall, Hinttville, Kits say, :
"Send me by express : One Gross of
llrown's 1'eitsin Tonic. It exeells all
other remedies for dyspepsia, ever sold
In this community. I cannot keep
store without It. For sale by T. S.
Hiude, KiiiK& Proud, Oregon; West
& Young, forbes; Hmpsov & Mulr and
lid Anlbai, lilgeiow.
Lands for Sale.
Section 0, township 02, range 38. 4 miles N
Eof Mound City. A suporior tract of antra
The N E of tho S E and the S 1;
of thoN K 1 see 11, Tp 02, It 39, 4 miles
north of Mound Citv. Tlie S W 1 4
and the W 1-2 of iho'S E 1-4 and tlie S
K 1-1 of the S K anil the S W 1-1 of tho
N E 1-1 sec 7, tiXil, r 3H; l l-a miles
south of Mound City. Tho N 1-2 hm!
the S W l-l of see IX, tp CI, r 38; and
tho K 1-2 seo 13, tn 61, r 39 ; 2 1-2 miles
south of Mound City. Tho N W l-l
and tho N 1-2 of the S 1 4 nnd tho
W 1-2 of th.i S K 1-4 and the S W l-l
of thoKE 1-4 sec 11, tp 01, r 39, 1-2
tnllu cast nf lilgeiow. 132 acres in tho
N 13 1-4 and tho S W 1-t seo 4, tp .CI.
r 39, 1 inilo northwest of Itigelow. Tho
W 1-2 of the S W 1-t sec 4, tp CI, r 39.
Anil tho S E l'-4 see 5, tp 01 r 39,
miles N W of Wgclow. The N El-4 15.
152 40, 1-2 mile West of Craig. Tho S E
1-1 3, 62, 40, excepting 25 acres in tlio
S W corner 2 lilies N W of Cinig. 1 14
acres in tho N W 1-4 11, 02. 10 (im
proved) joining Craig on the Norchwest
80 acres N 1-2 W 17 fi- 37 2 mlle9
S W of Maltland,' Improved.
above described lands are suitablo for
grazing or cultivation. lorms i-i
down ; balance, time to suit purchaser.
Address, J. Fosteh Mausuali,.
Dyspepsia &. Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth tlm unall price of 76
cents to free,youiselve8 ofevery symp
tom of these distressing complaints, if
you think so cull at our store and get
a botlloof hiloh'H Vitallzer, every Itottlo
has a prjntod guarantee on it: use ac
cordingly 'and if It uoes you no good it
will cost you nothing. Sold by. T. S.
Hinde, Oregon,' 'Mo.
Parties desiring to sell thsir Improved
Lands will nml it to tneir interest to
correHiiontl with or call at onue on the
undm signed, as ho is having constant
demand from boi.io an aliroi.tl for mwU
lands. CJlvo full aesurlption with price
ami terms. Will negotiate sa e at a
reasonable commission, No chagts
unless ;t o is matto. AOtiress
J. Fostku Mausuali.,
IiotiHO for Halo.
A one-and-n-half ytory dwelling In
Oregon, with gootl cellar and eltern
and two lot- containing trapes, cur
rent , raspbevrles, gooseberries, peach
es ami apples, all bearing. It will be
oui etioap. ppiy io
Dwelling for Sale.
Contains four rooms, cood collar,
smoke-house, stable, two lot well set
in all kinds of fruit. Call on
Oko. Seeman, Oregon, Mo.
Farm for Sale.
I deslru to sell my farm of 130 acres;
70 acres in tame yrass, balance under
oil tlvatlon. Good well and cistern;
lentyof stock water; abundaneo of
timber; young orchard of 250 hearing
trees! one-and-a-half miles Southeast of
New Point. Call on or address M S.
Modie, Now Point, Holt county, Mo.
Come and got your
Groceries, bo Fed nnd Clothed.
wishes to inform tho public that ho will
furnish outfits of Furniture to those
who may need them, cheaper than nnv.
house tills sidtt of Chicago, Kansas CitW
or St. Josoph. lie means just wnm. u
say nnd asks every one to call and bo
convinced hy examining bis stock and
learning his prices.
Taken np by E Howlett living in
township, Feb. 1, 18M, 2 yearling
dcen red marked with a
in her lolt ear. Appraised at $
Tho other a roan, unmarked ; appr.
at.13.00bctorc mo Dy a weiw,
Funk and A Sapp.
A truo copy from my stray boo
. V. D. Callaway, J
Shiloh's CahTh Remedy.
A marvelous cure for Catarrh. Dlph
hth rla, t anker mouth, at d Head Aelia
Willi each butt o tneru i an lnueiilous
nuul I litjittii' fit tint int'i uiiMMit uinl '
troiitment of It ":to omul.ti t "v;mi'V.
extra charge. Vneu Gets .-(.Id by V,
Uinde, Ore; mi, Mo.
j!ylt will . ny you to bay your gro
ceries of Mlnton Forest-City .
Farm for Sale.
I will sell my farm 1 1-4 miles north
ot Nuw Point, containing some 228 acres
150 acres in cultivation and glass; a
young orolni' d of somo 100 bearing
trees. Thcro nro thri-o wolln. ono cis
tern, anil running water, witli p cntv of
timber for Urn wood A good dwelling
witli live moron, For terras upply U
TobtttC'i v i i
Ks'Ln Ci '
nied in honor of Its
'ot, a brother of so-
y Jiut spelled Ids
rt;iyf April. Id70, ami lecordf! U t hi
tuiKC lis .terry Hsn and Mary ltyan
conveyctiio wro. n,
Post of Honor
AT THE FRONT!
Hem e we hare Iho
ik 3tl. at
Mo., In I
OarilntT. :ts I
..iLmliiL. it--rtlwil real oslate. llr
na lit tlte coimty i t Holtohrtritate o
r,nriy, t, flt nf thn uniith lialf orthc f otltll
cast nsarwr ol wcuou vn. wwuuiii ouu ttuiv
Which saltt convcyonoo win made to sffiiro
tho tmyincDt ol a certain riimlory notetttfro
nilifcrlbed.and where as.defatilv has bfi'U roadn
I tbe payment ot nsld nntji i noty tbewforo, at
ho muAt ol thu lecal holder ot ntd note and
In oontpllanee with Cite provisions ol tsld deed
ol tmsl. netlco h hw hy nlven that I will on
SATURDAY, MAKCM PS 1S8.
oiler for ale for cash ft the hlghesl bidder, at
tbe Court llouso door lu the. City ol Orewn,
Rlaut ol Missouri, betwcti t tlio hours o n no
o'clock lu tlio loroooon and live o clock In tno
Stwronon ot tljarday.au the rlKht.Utl... lutfrey
and claim ol Mid Jerry Kyan. und Mary Ryan'
ol. In and to tlio above deacrihod real etat.
lor Iho purpose ol twylna said nf.U aud tno
coct and1 "PenVrtld.rrustbitt
"It U tho duty of every mn to work."
tl,n ntilloflonbor: but it ii n 4uty
thaf'enn U netjlcetod by tho Tenio.
mm oftcner man any now,
etc, to be found in Holt County.
KIM & PROUD'S
There I that explains wlicro ray
clothes-lino went to!" oxclalmotl an
Iowa woman as she .ound her husband
lanituiK tn tlio stauie.
Hound steel wire rope will boar mon
than doable tho weight required to
break Iron ropa oi tumiur ciamamr.
Have an oxoollant stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Come and soo us unci wowil
Save You Money!
JligliCHt Price Puid
GRAHAM & FRAME.
MIm Kato Hanbom, of Boston, vea
mornlnR loctim'H. film would plvo ovon
lui( locturet. but ho lan't married,