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(URM SCtNC IN HOLT COUKTV. MO.t
Jones, Townsend &Co.,
Kcspectftilly asks thu nttunltun of
THE PEOPLE OF HOLT COUNTY
llnr Men, Hoy's Youth's and Chllilrun, (Jomplcto In all linos Assort
ed with great care anil bought under the most favorable circumstan
ces for cash. Our Motto is Fair timl Square Dealing. All goods are
marked and sold at thu
LOWEST LEGITIMATE PRICES.
wn propone giving entire satisfaction to all, or thu uionoy cheerfully
refunded. Wo solicit vour patronage. Hemembcr the plaee,
JOPES, TOWNSEND & CO,,
4th & Felix Street, ST- JOSEPH MO
A. M. SAXTON.
SAXTON & HENDRICK,
WIlOI.KSAI.r. ANI HKTAII. DKAI.KUH IS
Fine Watches, Rich Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Silver Plated Ware, French and
American Clocks. Opera Glasses, Spectacles,
Jn fact 't'rjtliliiK l'l'rtiilnliiK tntluuli'wilry Inuli'. V shall otrcr extra Inducement tn pur
eliaers tlienimlim svawm. A Ml nf llisptictlnn Isrxlelidcil In nil. Von will lluil It In your
interest tn (miiiiIiiu nurslorU licfnre making jnur purchases, fur we mnia what i say. that mir
prices an- mitfli lower than lust season. AH pimls uarrniitril in represented, or money rclnnd
ril. liiiuruUnt:. n'palrliiK nf line watches ami jcuelrv. u specialty. Iiy enmpctent unrkmrn. ami
wurraulcd In kIm- satMacllnii, SO!) I'clh Strret, ttixtnifs Murk, fcetttccli l'lllli ami .Sixth,
JU. .Imcph, Mil.
The Dutch Mills
Will pay you tho highest price for good
FALL WHEAT IN CASH.
Wo will also pay
THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR WOOL
in goods of our own manufacture, which
we warrant to be of the best material.
We are prepared to do custom work in
the best manner and on short notice eith
er grinding, carding or spinning.
We have on hand Three Thousand yards
of our own make of Woolen goods, which
we will sell Cheap for Cash. d
T. KTJJN KEL Se fSOTVfS, I?i-opi-fc
One hull Milo EiiHt of Oregon, Mo.
M.S. Faris & Co.
Are receiving and opening from dry to day, one of the Larg
est, Handsomest and
of Fry Goods that It has ever been their pleasure t offer to
therpublic and at prices that defy competition- Their etook
Is complete in every particular including all the novelties
of the season.
that wo luivo not adopted the "Department System,"
thereby ilotaimng our customers unneeessarially, but de
liver their goods at once. All are invited to cull and
sco us, as wo will not bo undersold. Homembcr the Place.
M. S. Faris & Co.,
N. W. Corne4th& Felix Stt', STr JOSEPH.
H. U. HENDRICK.
Manufacturer of nil kinds nf
TRAVELING ami PACKING TRUNKS
VAI.ISKS. Sc., AND DUAI.Kn IN
TRAVELING BAGS ami SATCHELS.
113 & 115 Second Street, bet. Felix L Francis,
ST. JOSKI'H. .wo.
OREGOX. MISSOURI, FRIDAY,
A hank will shortly lie opened at
Maltlftiul by Messrs Wcller ft Donovan.
Rev. T. .1. Williamson will preach
In the Baptist church, Forest City, next
Sunday morning and evening.
-The- Holt County Cornet Hand will
give another open nlr concert in the
Court House Park ou tomorrow (Satur
The citizens of Mnltland propose
eolebratmg the Fourth of July lu n
grand lnauuer. Tho Saxton Hlfics ot
St. Joseph have been Invited to partici
pate with them.
The member of the Holt County
Cornet Hand wish to return thanks to
the Woman's Union ami other ladies
who assisted them in their concert and
festival given on tho evening of Mav
At twenty a man Is sure that he
knows everything; at thirty he begins
to have grave doubts ; at forty ho knows
that there are some thlugs ho don't
know; at fifty ho Is certain that he will
never again know as much ns he oueo
Next weuk The Covnty
will change hands. Its prcicut pro
prietor ha sold the entire nfliee to
Messis Dobyns & Waller, whose Salu
tatory will thon appear, and at which
time the present editor will bow himself
down and out.
Several meetings of tho citizens of
Oregon have been held during the past
week lor the purpose of considering
what shall lie done on thu Fourth of j
July; and it has finally been determin
ed to havu a big celebration in thu
Court Mouse Park. I he program will ,
he published next week. Meanwhile
ici. no me peopiu nuiKe up meir "i'"s
. I .1... T- .1. I., it
to spend thu f ourth in Oregou.. j
lllbsvrlbcrs Will please read thr !
data of expiration of their subKcrip-!
tionupon the liutrgiu of their papers,
and If lu arrears ideasu nay up at earli-
est convenience. Tin! proprietors of
Tin- (Iiu'stv l'APKit havu expended
overfivu hundred dollars since January , ""lensis. 40 guineas; (,yrlpeilluin hto
1st, 1881, for its betterment, nnibnow '"'o "H-0"? "I'l f?'wth of s-even
only ask what is duo them that they leaves, l'.'O guineas; Van.la lnsignls,
may met their obligations. trim species, eight leaves, ;ll guineas;
I Then there was an orchid witli the par--A
number of buildin.-s will be erect- , , , , ))f llulH,um rim,
eti in nun arounu wregou mis seas,, , .
Wo are clad to note the fact that the
liulldurs have left their orders ut home
for their lumber and builder's muiori
ids with those sterltiiu young gentle
Men, Messrs. Hoblltzcll & Piukstou.
Tho gentleinen have just closed large
contracts with Mo-es Ilenuett, for
lumber to be used In thu repairing of
tho Court House; also with II. II. ltus
sel and John Ilowurs, residences.
Attention Is directed to the inker-1
tUement which appears In our coltiinun ,
this woek ot the Steele Cold and Silver'
Mining Company of Georgetown, Color-
ado. Wo are acquainted with some of
the principal officers of this Company
,', . .,, . i it
and know them to be lumest and rella-,
bio men who would Hot lend theiir I
names to boost up nuy "wild cat"
Company: and upon the strength of
our knowledgo of tho men wo hnro
consented to act us agents in selling
n portion ot tho stock. Hy reference to
the advertisement it will be cen that the
stock Is now offered at only Two Dol
lar pur share in quantities not less than
tun shares. It can scarcely bo doubted
that the stock will be worth vastly more
than this ns booh as tho mines are a
llttlo further developed, as the Com
pany unqiiestlonbly own a "trim lissuro"
vein. Pamphlets giving full description
of the minus can be bad by applying at
Tho corn crop throughout Holt
county Is now up mid doing finely in most
cases, though tho weedsgrow so v.mkly
that it is dllllcult to keep them down.
The making of thu crop depends nil on
tho most thorough cultivation, and tho
best and only profitable way is to put
ou tho harrow from tho time of plant
ing, mid keeping it going until tho cum
Is well up, and until every man who
sees you at tho work will swear you
uro ruining tho crop. The harrow
should bo broad mid light, with teeth
somewhat slantod. Thu weeds now
coming on so rapidly will bo swopt
away, while tho corn remains undisturb
ed, and takes ou such a boom of growth
from tho louse, aerated, warm soil ns
will surprise you. Do not bo afraid to
uso tho harrow, on every blight, weed
kill ing day that conies, and you will
put monoy in your purse. If you have
never tried tho thorough system of har
rowing, try it ou an ncro or two, and
coinpuro results with acres not so treat
ed. After that you will harrow all,
I "Ioafors Corners" are well patron
ized by the young men of leisure and
-Mr. and Mrs. T. I,, l'riee. of Wat-
son, were visiting friends in Oregon last,
Huv. S. Carothers will preach nt
Triumph school house next Sunday at
eleven A. .w.. and at Oregon at uluht.
Anna an 1 Myra Moore, two inter- j
cstlng Touuir Mlses of Whitu Cloud. '
Kansas, are spending a few days with I
Miss India Johnson, of this city.
Kvcry citizen who plants n shade j
tree enhances the value of his property
and aids so much to the appearance of '
,,u)tow,, -Huv. John Secrlst will hold
A Hardware morchant In Kmporln, j n basket meeting at Hrush Col
Ktm.. was prosecuted the other day for lege, commencing Ht ten n'eloek on
violating the Prohibitory law by selling j Sunday, June 19th. Kverybody Is Invi-
u mechanic a spirit level without n
license to sell lutoxlcating liquors fur
A Pettis county farmer, who has
been much troubled with sheep-killing
dogs, has adopted n plan which gets
away with the canines every time. He
puts a circle of bits of fresh mint, filled
witli crystallized strychnine, around the i
pens. '1 he dogs am) skunks take lo it
kindly, and only one timu. They never
coiuu back any more.
The predletloi'made some time ago
that the grasshoppers would come tins
year, Is meeting with Incipient fulfill
ment in two ipiurtors nt least. They
have appeared in Colorado, nenr Denver
hut only lu such small numbers as to
give no alarm. Hut near Clinton, 1111
Noiti, thu potato bugs havu appeared lu
battle array and seem to mean detruc-
tlou to every thing
Talk abous tholulln mania! or the
i old furniture craze! or the large invest-,
lnults ,,i ... 0,.b,.rv? These sink into
s,iething like insignificance compared
i with tho passion lor ori-hlds developed
.... 1 . .
, Ksm& (m. dnyAhis mimtli, .Mr.
Xt",iu nll nt m...ll,m rtilleeliou of
oiclilds formed by .Mr. Day, of Totten-
Muini. Just read the prices ohtaiucd
'l 'lu Cattleyra
labiath aiitiimu variety
with three leaves and having a seed pod
fertilized with pollen from Cattloya ex-
0.vl,cllnn u,mni, which
oryiiehum allium, which brought .ill
uulneas nearly a guinea for every let
ter of thr plant's name.
Thu following rhyiuud list of the
Presidents can be committed to mem
ory lu live minutes and will prove ex
tremely eonveiiie.nl. It furnishes infor
mation, without the trouble ot consult
ing a cyclopedia, which nearly every
one has constant occasion to use. Mem-
I orizu it tlioroiiL'lilv, and, if you are of a
puutiuul tenpurainent, change tho last
two inv;l lo ,,Vn um presidency uf
(h-nrne Winlilimtnn tint in the Wlilto Jfniisu
Ami wext oa tl.HNt ls .lol.n Adam's name.
Tnin .li'ltcrwalliPii fllleil llu liniinreil plaw,
Tll, ml11(. ,l( i,l1H MiMmix uvxt ,rll(:,.,
Tie DIIIi In stivm-s-ilnu next was James Mourn,
I aiiu.ioiiii gmuoy auiuus me nexn.ein.
Then Anilruw Jackson hiii plaeril In tlm clialr,
Ami next mhIIihI Martin Van&urrii llii-rc.
Thon William II llarrlmm'snamti wmieet,
'WIiimmi ileatli K)i' Jnlm T)ler tlm rnvfteil lent.
Tlii'li JuiHi'tK. l'nlkwastlienatliin'sllrsUlialre
j Next for Zurhury Tnlnr she Have her voice,
VyIiiihi premature ileal li lirmiKlit In Millard
Anil next l'runkllii riurch the UMInclInn wore.
The IHteeutli was Jimmy Ilurhamin limy say,
Wliu for Aliralium Lincoln prepared Hie way ;
Wlmv llartyrrlnm yave Andrew .Inlni.iun a
TIiu rlghti'ditti nam was Ulysses H, (Iruxt'a.
With lliitlierfnnl Il.llajs and a II, wp mint clone,
Fur lliu mime nf the twentieth, (Ind ouly knnns.
Tho lettor of Ira D. Stocking, pub
lished In another column of to-day's pa
per, will again direct uttontioH lo thu
so-called "Holt County (old Mine," lo
entcd about two miles from this city.
Mr. Levi Grouser spent mora than a
year in drifting tunnels Into tho hill
which is believed to contain the precious
metal; but ho nuver struck a "pay
streak." He found quite a number nf
small spiecioiis stones, ranging from the
size ot a mustard seed to tho size of a
marrow-fat pea, and also some Unity de
tuehed stones which undoubtedly con
tained gold. Hut he never found a suf
ficiency of either gold orpreelocs stones
to reiuiiucrnto him for his labor, and
thu total value of all lie found and
which was his sole return for more than
u year's work, during the most of which
timo ho had a hired assistant does not
probably oxceod five dollars. We pre
sumu that this ocallty,llku thousands of
others, contains small quantities of
gold, but not in sufficient amount to
jutify mining. The safest land surest
way to get the gold out of tho ground
down thero is by raising good crops of
potatoes and c)i u.
JUNE tf, 1881.
A elreii" In Oregon about this time j
would draw like u house ou lire. j
1 lie Normal school will close next
p,(,fessnr Hill will conduct the
'I iMU'hm's' Institute nt Tmv. Kansas.
About thirty dollars were cleared
by the Hand at their concert on thu
evening of May 24th.
Kov. Mr. Miller will preach on
next Sabbath lu Oregon at 11 A. M.,
nm nt Wood'i
8 School hoileat 8 1 M.
Last week, llcnhimtn Keilrtlok of 1
Cralg.sold fourteen acres of land adjoin-:
ng that town on the east, at
dollars per acre.
ted to attend.
One of the Albany merchants pub- i
llshed a card last week, saying that I
there was a certain class of people who j
would not tradu with him on account of
his having several toy flags nailed to his
notion counter, but he proposes to lloat I
them "all the same." Who said Hit1
old bourbon spirit was reconciled ? '
Her. H. St Waggencr will preach at
thu llnnks school hoiue on Sunday,
Juno nth, at eleven o'clock In the fore
noon and at Hru-di College at four
o'clock In the alternoou; at Pierce
scliool house ou Sunday, Juno 12th, at
clcvuu o'clock In thu forenoon and at
roi Des nt tour o'clock in the niiernuon; ( f jyf j8tJ1 '-.IV were about 400
and at theShiloh school houe on Sun-, delcgati-a ami ,Wtors present. The
day, Jiinu '.'Gill, at eleven o'clock hi thu uisimp's address Indicates a member
forenoon. . s,jj, 0f ifio,(K0, a line increase during
Tho enterprising publishers of the tl'e pat.1 four years. The Missionary
Man, villi (Mo.) Hepubllean will short-1 Society of this church opeintw a success-
i ly issue a book which will contain an
account of the Talbott trial, full and
, complete. Also a History of Dr. Tal-
bott and thu assassination. Also ml
, that has transpired since the trial, wit li
I ... . . ....
Mime mailer relating to tun trial that
has nevor before been imblished. To
inoso wno wani a comp.c.c lee.uu
this trial, now is the time to send In
vour names. Price fifty cents. The j debt of s?IO,uOU.07, and he presents tno ; n,.ntleiueii in Holt County than the pi.
iiookwlll be nearly, or ipilte, two bun- church with a publishing house fully ' jietrs of the Dutch Mllls.nnd as every -drcd
piu'cs. " eiiiipped with many new properties, ' tdng they manufacture is ot the bet
-The"following is the recipe ucil lu j aUwi t ?5.2a.4ft. ltobe.l t'owden , l1Uillily ,hl.y have built up a busiue-sof
thu White IIousu at
Washington. The whitewash is un
doubtedly tlm best that can be made:
Taken bushel of unslaked lime and
slake It with boiling water, eoveiiHg it
during the progress. Strain it and add
a peck of salt dissolved In warm water,
an I three pounds of ground ncu, hulled arrival of the Almanacs which we this
to a thin paste; put In, boiling hot, half . weuk send to all our readers ns Suppli
a pound of Spanish whiting and a pound incuts. fhuc Almanacs were shipped
of clear glue dii-solved lu hot water;
mix and let It .stand for several days,
then keep it in a kettle on a portablo lur
mice, and put on as hot as possible with
a paint or whitewash brush.
In anticipation of a big crowd
at Maryville to seu the haiurlnir of the
Talbott boys, thu sheriff of Nodaway
county has given notice that the exeeii- ( course, the dehip was very annoying to j pump. They havu contracted with J.
lion will be in private. Ho intends to , us, but it was unavoidable on our part; ' A. Deuuilh for '.'00 of tliem and have
erect a temporary frame building, con-1 and wu hope the great eicellence of ; begun to put them into wells in this vi
taining the scaffold, in the Court House , these Almanacs, which wo present as elnily. These gentlemen are looking
yard, which will ouly be large enough' free gifts to our patrons, will to some fr a location to establish a pump fac
to contain tho prisoners, the sheriff I degree compensate for tho delay. They tory. These gentleiuen would make a
iind his assistants, mid a fuw privileged will lie found to contain it vast amount , good addition to our population,
spectators who will be admitled by lick- of useful and entertaining reading mat- Philip Hostoek uiul son- shipped
eU. Ho has Issued the following notice,
winch we copy from tho Maryville pa
to Tin: ruiii.u?:
This Is to inform the public that if
there is no commutation of sentence, and
the Talbott brothers are to be executed,
thu execution will be in private. Neigh
boring papers please copy.
Sheriff Nodaway County.
Thu Trenton Hepubllean is ti nnvs
paper of tho right spirit. From the
following item our readers will see that
thu editor has about the samo idea
of independent journalism as bus fie
...i.mll.- I.nii ..i.r,...,l In I ,..,1,ii..,,u
ofTiiKCouNTVPAl-Kit! "Wo under-, ' days, If vour naiuo and address Is on "I'l1 pt of town, it seems that 0110
stand there nro homo parties very itnx-, the outiule, as abovo stated. -pi,, . i'lewery and tlueo saloons cannot Mill
ions to know by whoso permission wo I rule should be adopted oven by ladies l,ly the oIUi"l sliicu the water went
publish the information in thu Milton mid gentluinen in their prlyatn cor- l'mv"'
lihel case, last week. io any such wo
would simply say, wo neither asked for
nor procured the permission of any one,
but did It m our accord taking all the
responsibility. We don't Imvo to ask
what we puhlMi of the public records
of tho county. As to our object In pub -
llshlng it, we repeutthat It was that the
public might have tie facts and not do -
pund on mure rumors so that the luiio
cent may not suffer with the guilty.
Wo believed and still believe that n
complete expose will vindicate thu in
nocent and oxposu tho guilty, nt least in
tho eyes of a discriminating public. Tf
any other facts become of public record
enleiilatsd to further enlighten the pub
lic wu shall not husitutu to publish it.
Wu are publishing a newspaper,
The Stubcnvllle Herald thinks that
when ever you see a woman talking
"""i. " """i im-KhiiiihK m nm
'ierhond and kooptlmo to it with her
! upraised Index linger, it is about
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i tor somebody to climb u tree.
The revenue law has an emergency
elau-e by which provision Is made for
the assessment of all properly, ou the
1st day of .lime, caeli vcar.
dog law don't go Into effect until nine
tv duvs after thu adlourumcnt of the
h'.rlslilttlli.! imw tit.- .itinstlnn nrlsm
will din's have In In- riitlstuil under tin,
old law or the new one this year? The
! nevenue law requires property to be
lUteU June let, but
not then be in force,
the dog law will j
Who can answer
People who do not read newspapirs
blow out tho gas at the hotels Instead of
turning it off. They are ulwuyH among
thu victims of bunko-,leerers. They bet
high on three card monte, and get left
ou the thimble rig. The "patent safe"
man always has a sure thing when they
coma around. The strung.ir who gets
a uote to sell to an innocent purchaser
on tho pretext of taking an order or a
contract, generally inintlrcs for the man
who does not read newspapers. Swlnd-
lurs of all kinds find their t.isk
one with men whoso names are not
down ou u printer's book.
Thu (Jeneral Conference of the
Church of thu United Hrethreu in Christ
couvwnud at Lisbon, Iowa, ou thu l'.'th
, "uld In Africa. I he gross expcndi-
' '"re- '" ''" I't years have been
!,7li'J,'.l54 02. Thu Kcllgious Ten-scope
i olUee at Dayton, ()., uNo tin enterprise
m umh niumi, nuv. " . .j. nuiuiiuy, us
. .!,..!... . 1.1! .1.1 1.. .. ...I .
''in-icui iiiimi.M.iiig ii;un, mmm a sans-
! factory exhibit of its affairs. Through
'V v,'? ".i'MiiHt manner mill promptly. There
' inn iasi iuui ,i m mi u nui w u m
wuo is ine M-crtiari mr ineir csaiioaiii , fuw people Have any Idea ol Hie inagni
School Hoard, presented a repute re- imdeof the inisiness they do. A viil to the
port. The wrk of the body pas-ed otr. Mills on any fair day will cause aslnui-b-willi
hannouious rapidity. . uient, as it'iMiot an uneoiniuou inht l
-One of the effects of the recent high ee forty' fanners wagons coutai g
waters is shown in the deluv in t,e , trniiu and wool, waiting to deliver I heir
! to us from Louisville Ky., just at the
time when the firnt high waters began
to create alarm, i pun uioir arrival ai
St. Louis the railroad running tu Kansas
City lefun-.l to receive tiii'in,
owing to "wash-outs" ou their roads,
and eonsequently they have laid lu SI.
Louis for vwre limn iu-n immlli Of
I ter, which cannot tail to please cci;
I Intelligent reader. We hope every
i recipient of uu almanae will put a
) string through the upper Icfl hand cor-
ner and hang it up by the fireside for
On the outside of every envolopn
bo sure to write or have printed your
own nanii and address, with Instruct
ions to the postmaster to return the
leltur If thu person to whom you have
written cannot be found. If lliu per
son cannot be found by the postolllee
authorities, or It the limit lies with you
Itiviinr lmrlnir written the wi'iinc ill.
reetions, tho government will return the
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respoiideuco. Jhoro Is no excuse
whatever for Its not being done In all ;
business correspondence, as bushioss '
men who kuuwioly do not do it aro
! slmply stupid and dosorvo eonsura, toy
during the last year over 25,000 let(ers,
1 containing $1,801,780, weio sent to thu
; Dead Lettor Ofilco at Washington,,
1 large share of them because of a' jack
of care lu the address ou the envulune
Kvory one of them would have boon
returned to tho writers by the post
masters, within ten days, tree of
charge, If tho return addrosis had
been printed or written un the outstdo.
Tho cost of printed envelopes is very
Knmll and Tiik Countv I'Ai'Klt olllcu
is the nincn o tMt all work of that kind
done in a firt class mtnirr.
There is no surer Indication of the
i comlnu tf Spring, than to see a small
)0yf wnino clilet article of nothing i a
rag tied round a sore toe, looking for ti
mud puddle to mvIiii in.
The Star school, Miss .lull Max.
. teacher, will give a picnic in Louden'
, grove, five miles northwest of Crulg,
, Saturday, June 11th. food speakers
will be in attmidanee.
House-Cleaning means for the wo
men to tie towuls aroun I their heads
and run tho men into the street with
out any breakfast every morning for
weuk or so. while they break lamps
and spill wltewash on the stairs.
- Letter paper of n different rolur
for every day In tho week Is now lu
vocue in fashionable society. For Mon-
. (tiy pale green is the proper thin, for
. Tuesday red, Wednesday demands
dark criu- Thursday blue, Krh lav while,
j Saturday straw color and Sunday a
We learn from one of our local
society contemporaries that "in mar
riago services perlormcd by disting
uished Presbyterian divines during th
past week thu work 'obey' is omitted
in thu vow." If this guts nnlcd around
it is going to give the I'resbvierian
cjm.un u monopoly of thu marrying
Our citizens are promised n rich
musical treat in a few weeks. Mis
Lou Arnold and her musical class are
preparing for a grand vocal am) Instru
mental concert. Thu class will be sup
ported by Mii Fannie Arnold who ha
received the title of "The Sweet So
prano uf Nebraska." Program will
be published soon.
Thu Dutch Mills, half a mile east
ofOresou, will pay the highest market
price in cash for fall wheal, and wilj
ilso pay tho highest price fi r wool in
. om o( )cv mvn manufacture .which
n,c warranted to bu htrietlv firsi clns.
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xiiey likewisu do custom vork oither
, grinding, curding or spinning -In the
no more pleasanr imu ..
mhujh mey may wwi ue iriniii. im
dipt. S. T. Lucas and II. U. Harrison
have formed a partnership for the pur
pose of eniraiiiuir in the stock liu-inu-s.
l( j,Uxrln ulli tnu, s m,L. lwtVt!d
( , 0 xickcll's (irove Mills, viiiere bo
N .ixtit.l ii miller,
(.,( u ult ali A r Sfl,m, ,)f
:om.,,,.d!a. Kansas, havu been heir over
lt nitli engaged lu piutlng iqi a new
4,500 pounds of tobacco to M. Louis
hist week. They have about a much
, mora to ship on hand.
Charles Coiirsm bus placnl the grad-
ed road from hero to Iowa Point in
passable condition. Alter the Juno
rise has past, he expects to restore tlm
work as it was, orll poviiliie.lictlcr thai
It, it. Harrison & Co. shipped four
car loads of cat lie lo Chicago on .May.
I'Tth and one ear load of hogs on tho
We tiro to luivo a new brewery ti
seems. Chancy Fox and "Old Pclo"
it is said, have
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A NICE HOME
Intending to remove (I'oiu Holt
a diumtv uuxt fall. I wish tu sell mv dwel-
' ling ii Oregon, Us Intuition, Is unsur-
pa"sei in thu city, nml it would make a
specially desirablu niiioforti physician
ur other profession inun who wants an
ulllce (a connection with his dwelling.
I w(ll sell It nt n bargain nnd require only
n small cash payment; will give Ion
ttmu on deferred payments, if desired,
possession glvou next ueiooer. au in
! spectlon of tho property is solicited
W. W. Davkm-oi.t,