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ALL OVER THE COUNTY.
Tim sidewalk of Craig havo bocn
Mx-k, slicker, slickest, for n week past.
Dniiea in town thu2!)il attendance
large, ami tliu boys ny thoy liud u ulco
llllby & Heaton lmvo the most
neatly iiinl c)uitii(dintily arranged
bunking house lu tliu county.
Mrs. H 8. Klliolt, a cousin of Scita
tr Ktchard Yates, ol'Illlimis, died here
on tliu L'lst lust. Short funeral Mirvicim
worn hold lit tliu rexlilcticii on the Wd,
l.yKlder W.T. Mmipin.
Mr. V. U. WllllniiHnud MlfA t.iz
7.10 Golcy were united in innrrhigo t
tno rosiuenco of Mr. l.aughiin, ono
mile cast of Craig, on Thursday, the
2ind. by Kldor W. 'J'. Maupln, who also
u.Hl.stcd tlio numerous guest to irnt
nway with th fuio turkey, thut honored
Tho new school bnlldigls progress,
iug finely. Maupln and Thornton, of
your place, have tho contract for the
plastering. They nro botli hero pimh.
lug their part of the work througl. Tho
Khier has also been preaching of eve
nings to good audiences; two candi
dates for baptism to date.
At opera hall Sunday night M. H.
Sunday school had their Christinas tree.
Tho hall was crowded.
1 here will be a song service and
(iiMriuuuon oi presents at tno Chris
tlan church next Friday night.
Albert Smith ha9 sold his stock of
notions, etc., to Mr. F. N. Amnion,
who has opened out nt tho old Olln &
Rev. Duncan Hrown and wife lea
iriitay morning for Clarence, Missouri,
wnerc mcy win remain a week nnu out
iato at tho marriago of a brother,
Wo had tho pleasure of taklnt:
Christmas dinner, with a number of
our frlonds, at John L (Bud) Drydon's
.iuiiuf , iuiu nu uiu lurauy 11KU Bit eill
Mr. Moore, lately lrom Ohio, lias
purcnascu tne uuzick tract of Iand-21
,ncres lying adjoining town on tho
.northeast. Ho paid clavcn hundred
Tho young folks of tho l'rcsbvto
rian eliurch liad a delightful meeting
Saturday night, and all hearts wore
made glad by being remembered by
W. W. Frazer & Sons havo sold their
hardwaro store to Wrn. Hoblitzoll and
John S. Smith. Messrs. Hoblitzell &
Smith take chargo of tho business, Jan
A Mr. Soper from Bourbon county,
Kontueky, is stopping at Mr. L. 1).
Drydon's, nnd looking for a farm to
imi chaso. If ho can find ono that suits
dm ho will buy and locato amongst us.
Mr. Joseph Darnell and wifo re
turned Thursday from a protracted vis
it to Kentucky. Mrs. Darnell wont in
search of health, and wo are gratified
to learn that sho returned much im
The play at tho opera hall Friday
night, proved a decided cuccess, both
financially, and as a test of tho adap
tion of tho hall and stago for theatrical
neriormances. Uetwecu six and eight
nunarea wore present.
Tho women of tho Christian church
gave a dinner and supper at tho hull
Saturday and Saturday evening, which
,wuru mrguiy paironizcu. 'i no net pro
oeeds were ono hundred and forty dol
lars, and goes toward paying for the
miiuuiijjo, uuni. iust summer.
Mr. Punshon, of Forest City, will
put a Mock of furnlturo In tho now
.building, which Miss lloso Higgers is
greeting. And still they come, all find
ing a wolcomo and an opomng. If wo
nave not uusiness houses cnouch. some
.enterprising citizen will take it upon
mitten ur uurtscu io supply me need.
AVhero is "Peaceful Joo P"
Corn gathering is over tho yield
,wa lighter than expected.
The Sunday school at Benton has
been a success during the past summer.
Miss Lizzlo Norris, tho belle of Up
per Kimsey, in at homo again, having
been at Forest City on a visit. She says
there will not be any weddln" this
Our school is progressing finely
under tho management of Wm. Hersh
berger, of your city. Ho is a good
teacher and deserves a fuller school
than he has had.
The health or this neighborhood
now is good, compared with tho warm
spell this fall. Among those that havo
been down, but are nround again, we
?T0tl w,,Jrank Murray, Net Guthorio, J.
.Ur.Mini?rf.a Horan Mlss Uvaand
Wheat looks well.
Farmers are busy plowing.
Stock of all kind looks well.
cornFarmerS me Rl)0Ut tbrou8" ,,usltlng
,Col. Gulnn's new honse Is about
completed, and is an ornament to Hog
creek valley. "
Shi'lo and vicinity is Improving,
two good barns, two stables and one
Mrs. Randolph has returned from
Kulo, where sho has mado quite au ex
Wo MOM ku to nsk a cennln
party how limy like to u-o to misrepre
sented daiiees. 1
Mr. Charles Whitney, of Kansas,
relumed to the B. one day last week,
lie says Kansas lp slmi.
r r i ........ i ,
.. . uuiiauiiM nun apiti ins suaro
n tho terry boat at White Cloud, llo
expects to- have a cpoii deal of wood
pwyui, . ue.is aiso ournin'j coal.
J 1 KTK irVKJtUltKKN,
Christmas only once a year.
bam Kimsey has the mump. Wo
fe&rn neis iioproying.
Mrs. Wm. Field is v.ery sick. Dr.
fioraon is tne attending physician,
-Party nt Adam Fllnn's next Sntur
day nijjht. i understand thoy "won't
go home 'till morniR."
James Miller camo to the front
jvith a rousing danco last Friday eve
ning well attended, good order and
It is reported that Sid Morgan and
wife and Mks Uzsle llultou have gone
to Memphis, 'IViimoM'c, to visit tulu
thes tliero. May tiioy havo u safe jour
ney. Kinney's Chtistmas trco was n
good one, and presents well selected,
but order poor. Some persons, bent on
mischief, caimi tin front Forest City In
toxicated, mid raised ivouble. It Is
thought proounlo that the persons dis
turbing tills entertainment will be in-
llcnton Cht'iotmas trco was it brll
llant MRces Tho declamations were
recited, mid tho slnuim: was ex
celleut. A Mr. King addressed the
crowded luittsn for a few moments, af
tcr which tho presents were distributed
Santa Clans was a "good ono," giving
full meaning to tho above slang phrase
Denton Is Improving.
-Quito a pleasant affair took place
at the Star school house Christmas l-.vc.
I'lie teacher and oatroUH of tho school
had prepared and arranged a beautiful
Christmas tree. I'aily in tho evening
thrones of people could be seen on
their way to the school house, and by
soven o'clock tho house was densely
crowded. The teacher, Miss Julia
May, called the housu to order, and the
exercises opened with tho song, "Tho
Ilabo of HcthlcheiH," which was beau
tlfiilly rendered by tho children. Thl
was followed bv other Mings, reelta
tions and declamations. The children
all acted their parts well, and deserv
Treat prnise and credit, especially Llnzi
Browning, a little four-year-old, who
spoko tho "I'atlei of the Shingle:" also
little Man Hopkins, who sang "The
neat little clock." After tho school ev
ercisos tho committee proceeded to dis
tribute tho presents off the tree, and
the hearts of the little folks, and many
of the older people, wero made to ro
jotco with the beautiful presents they
received. After the treo was unloaded
Miss May called Iter scholars together
and trcnted them to a variety of mixed
candle-", after which the audience was
dismissod, nnd all went away feeling it
was goou to no mere.
Mr. S. O'Fallon gave vacation tills
Mr. nnd Mrs. Murray spent Christ
mas with their son in Mound City.
Mr. and Mrs. Fllnn spent Christ-
mas with their daughter, north of
The young folks will hold a watch-
mooting al tho residence of Mr. Dan
Fllnn on next Saturday evening to
watch tho old year go out and tho now
ono como in.
Diod, at tho residence of Mr. A. F.,
six miles north ot Oregon. Mr. Shell
and Watch, oldest and youngest dogs
ot A. F. Mr. Shop lost his eve-sight
when about threo years old. Ho was a
good and faithful dog up to tho time
of his death. Mr. 1. M. held a convcr
sation with Shop u short tlmo betoro ho
passed away. 1 says that ho thinks
ho was prepared to die.
say razor grinder to Mr,
Dr. Loyolady and wife snent Christ
mas at their homo in Iowa.
Tho firm of Karl & Earl aro to onon
a stock ot drugs tho 1st of January.
Iho Christmas treo at tho Gorman
church, Christmas Eve, was a pleasant
Wo aro pleased to seo Bud Over
man behind the counter again. Ho has
boon sick for several months.
Our merchants havo been crowded
to their utmost capacity, tho past fow
days, tying up holiday Roods.
Not noticing anything in your pa
per from our village for some time, I
thought perhaps a fow lines would bo
Tho church at this place, after a
loHg struggle, is out of debt, and has
money to buy seats and a boll. Uov.
Sapp is an earnest worker, and Is es
teemed by nil.
Tho latest excitement was tho mar
riage of Fred Dego and Miss Uottlo
Walter, which took place Sunday eve
ning, December 18th, at the residence
oi Mr. Walter, Rev. Scholz, olllciating.
All unito in wishing thorn a happy voy
age over the sea ot matrimony.
J. It. Dodds left Wednesday to
tako chargo ot tho station at Wymoro,
Nebraska. We regret very much to
lose him and his excellent family from
our midst. Ho Is an enterprising busi
ness man, and labored untiringly in ev
ery causo, which was for the good wt
tho community. But perhaps our loss
is his great gain.
Quito a number of Milton's young
folks, who havo been attending school,
arrived in Corning Friday on their way
homo to spend holidays. Messrs. Frank
and bhorman VnnGundy, and Wm.
Scarlett and Misses Jonnio VanGundy
and Ella Johnson have been attendln?
Lewis College, of Glasgow, Missouri,
and Messrs. John and Austin Williams
and Richard Graves at Stowartsvillu.
A very enjoyable reception was given
them at the magnificent rcsidenco of
Samuel VanGundy on Friday. Tho
young folks of the neighborhood were
assembled, and nothing wasleftundono
by Miss Clara aud the worthy host and
hostess to make tho oveuing pleasant,
and all enjoyed themselves hugely.
iiavinc oecn m tho business since
185C, I know I can nut tin work that
win give satisfaction, l uso
Which Is tho best, und will KedD on
hand everything that belongs
to iv FIUST-CLASS Har
All work auaranteed. Rena r (no a snee
laity, iwo noors easi
t of King & Proud,!
J. W. PERET,
Letters of administration on tho citateof Uul
du Mclntyro. deceased, were cranted the un
derslRiivd on the loth day oi December Itdl by
the rrubate court of Itollrauiitv.
AU persons having claims against said estate
tiro required to exhibit them for allowance to
me -uummisirator within ono.vfat after tne
date of said letters, or they may bo precluded
fioin any benellt of said estate, aud If such
claims he not exhibited within two vcrrs from
the drte ot said letters thev will be forever
utircu. u tsu , wciw i x ttrj, Aum r.
An Alab ama paper says that In tho
South wnyon-umkirig Is nlost txrt.
Socket for the Jannftry Term, 1882.
TCKSii.W, .IAKIIAHV 3, lSi.
1 William Mmikcrs vs K C St Jo; 0 n It It
t'o, rtvll action.
2 Wm Munkers vs K 0 8t Jo & 0 n K It O,
I'll II lictlntt.
:l V W Caldwell mini rt Satnl Warner ilec
siluiiies I.mtmii i't ill, civil action.
4 Win II Allen ni )ul mini of And ('ii.cVnrgc
est K It llrrmn itee ys DmvIiI llnnviui. ei'mt
5 Mark Strlcktcr vt al vs (leo Kngcrs, suit tor
0 Weeit HkwIiik Mnolilno Co vs 0 Vlilllirlck &
.i i lumen irom supreme court,
7 I'raiiuls M Thompson vs Francis T (lull-
Hum ;, ejectment.
S Aulirnv C! Hiirnv vs Wtn V Owslov. nt'iii't.
u Andrew County vs ltnuk tit 8t .loo cliange
10 Atnlrew County vs K C 8t So & 0 It It 11 Co
11 Curt JtcCtty et al vs K 0 Ht Jo& C 11 It It
Cn, civil action.
12 Mnry A' Joluiwit vs Joint N' Johnson, ill-
13 Aiimmlii Hlicpartt nnd Isaac .V Mlnton ct
nl vs .Inn Hliepard, partition.
11 Kllzalielh Hncclen ut nl s lillza Haldttln.
WEIINR4IIAY, JANUAltV 1, 1SS2.
.lolui 1. Knrwcll vs Amanda McCulla ct nl,
Parontioft h l'tnl Movers nnd C W.
iiiuiu;i imi iii'iiun.
James t Xntund nnd l'atmlc Xolaml vs the
City of Ori'Kon, damages.
Mary A Johnson vs James Conner, Mo to
John W Hart vs N S Young nnd I) 9 Katnn,
Mnry A Williams vs Wm J II Williams, tl-
Win lilieer vs Wm X McCoy, attachment.
0 1J Smith & Cuts Wm II MiCny, ntlaeni't.
Meiers & Meyers vs Win II McCoy, at
tachment. IMwai-d 1) McCoy vs Wm 11 McCoy attach
ment. Turner, l'razer & Co is Wm 11 McCoy, at
tachment. Cllicrlno Demi and Wm Dcau vs Wm II
(leo Milter and Kllzutieth Miller vs.lehu
l' osier rt nl. replevin.
Malliidn J Ki'rKrtiim vs (leo Schadc, hrench
ym h Williams is Ainauua wuiinms, ui
vorec. (leo II Hall vs Krledc Tainmnii, ejectment.
Geo II Hall vs frcdrlek Johnson eleelm't.
I iiunslelter vs Uldcon lloitivlck
el nl, ejectment.
Win Ileiiueliamp vs J W Stokes, eiectin'nt,
.i a niciianionii ana uiaric wyue vs win
J I.Cliunhig vs (leo llmvvii, ejectment.
TIIUIISDAY, .IANUA11V 5. 18S2.
J H (llemi vs Henry lluzlek. i-Jectinent.
Imuic McCoituii vs Kll J McComiu, uceoliut
K ll McCrady vs Kiiinui MeCrady, divorce.
Albert Ilocker to use el Kuniiy Smith vs A
(' Kppler rt al. revival ot Judgment,
lllnchart. Milliard & Co vs 1) J Ilrook and
( M Crady. iitlaeliment.
Win Chandler s K Anllml, appeal (rum .11'
Wmllaldwlu vs WH Hell and J I.Cliuu
nils', appeal from J P.
J 1, ChiiiihiK vs C M Swof e, note.
A II Wclton vs M Cotton and C A Moscr,
II W ltnss vs I) nillls, appeal from .1 1'
Wm Ucaiichamp vs J w Stokes, apnea!
from. I 1'
Wm M Morris vs J 1, nnd J M Curry, fore
closure. J 11 0 Curtis and C Curtis vs Marlah Hen
ry, .1 Henry ct al, jiarlltlon
ii itiivni eiai vs v
fin A Wllsou ct al, par-
P..II-, P.t.blllU V .1 11 lll..u A. 1.1 ....tl....
Mary Stewart vs Wm Hudson to satisfy
11. V Zook vs Jacob Finical, ejectment.
II Kuck et a! vs II llorchcrs et al, partition
Annie It .Smith vs Charles Smith, divorce,
S Oiliom vs II OiWorn. to sell property,
J I. U rlKshy vs Klmlra Fields.
KttlllAV, .IANUAKV 0, 1832.
.1 Hook et al vs D Hulatt et al. Injunction,
Mary Sterrett vs iv II Stcrrctt, to remove
Sarah J Asbury vs wm Ailniry. divorce.
State by Collf cior vs O M Silencer, tax
niaie oyuui vs narryK ll llojt, ta.
Stale by Col vs Marv A llevim ct nl. tax.
II Johnson vs N V It It lev, appeal from .11'
0 O Tilling V4 wm II Frame. appeal fruiii.lt'
w in id n iinuiiif vs v,iu jvaiicucr. appeal
from pioliate Couit
cr vs Jokn O'Fiillcn, anjical from Jl
,T U Itlco
uamsey vs w u leicgrapn vo,
njipeal from J 1'
l raer & McDonald Hank vsJ J Thump-
. ... in. Him.
V. O Hollcnbeck vs Holt Co. appeal from
J VfaKh & Co vs V. Anllml & w It wadu note
KO llaldfilu vs w It & SKHirocteii, uppejil
from .i I".
Sipiaw Creek Ditch vs Holt Co etui, nr
l)eal Irom Co court.
Cltv of Oregon vs DaMlel Zook' appeal,
w Munkers vs K C, St Jo & 0 ll U It Co,
D IledRpath vsltamsey & nice, appeal.
1 worsham vs K C, St J & C 11 It It Co, ap.
F wellervs 1) w King, appeal from J 1'.
H Shirley vs w llrownlec. revival jiidment.
m oaynie vs K u nl Jo u Jl K K Co. an-
neul front .1 I'
S S Nanm.ni vs .! Judy, anneal from J 1".
1. It Fonii! vs V. V ueller. Hiinpul rrmn .1 I
ii im'ii iu ii .iiuuHi ri ai. note
John Hlnkle vs Hdivurd Anlbal.noto.
HATUIWA V, JANUAUV7, It'..
M'Cormlck Ilarvesttnu ifaulilne Co vsScd
wick, waiter & Co, appeal from J 1.
State hy ( ol vs J wall ct al. tax.
Slate by Col vs Unknown l'arlles, tax.
State hy Col vs flennre (Hills, tax.
Stato hy Col vs T ll Frazer et nl. tax.
State by Col vs w H Taylor & S Shirley tax.
Slate bv Col vs S XI Shirley, tax.
state by Col vs I) 1' ItHldwin.tax.
State by Col vs Asu Sedwlck, tax.
Stato by Col vs II & S HollliiKSWorth, Ux,
State by Col vs Daniel Smith, tax.
State by Col vs T H lllatehtcy. tax.
Stato by Col vs wm 0 Mmlth, , tax.
State by Col vs Chris Shnlts et al, tax.
State by Col vs Mark 11 Monro, tax.
State by Col vs H .1 & .1 1. (Irlgsby. tax.
State by Col vs C I, Anderson et al. tax.
State by Col vs K O Zminermiiii et al, tax
Statu by Col vs Strauther Moore, tax
State by Col vs I. LoiiIsriihuI et al. tax.
State by Col vs J M Ford et al, tax.
State by Col vs I.uke Knnwles. tax.
Stato by Col vs J ti 0 watson et nl. tax,
Stato by Col vs (leorge Audler. tax,
Stato by Col vs Maria llreelage, et al, tax
Stato by Col vs N 8 Shall, tax"
State by Col vs Martin whinner, tax.
State by Col vs S I. Crate, tax.
State bv Col vs Henrv Cransller. tax.
State by Col vs Isaac Itldenhour et al, tax.
niair iiy uui v .lonu niraiiu, rax,
T J Foster (Jravalllo vs 1' Mann, annual
j C Hhiklo vs j Itamtcy.
.1 OHInklo vs ltamsav.
State by Col vs U'ander Allison.
127 8 I Hmlth & Co vs Mulr& Campbell, nttnch
12S Turner, Frazer & Co vs Mulr & Campbell,
129 Kcnnard & Fisher vs Mulr & Campbell,
130 KpIITo, KoenlKsman & Co vs Mulr & Canu
131 Hlinsson & Ilrlduman vs .1 Clnrk. mnlvTln.
131 State to the use of Addin SjT Howell vs
n i i.uciisei ai. suitoii Mrs nonu,
lu. If UAlInn , U,u...A ..I..I1
134 wm II ltlehards vs wllsoa and M 11 Kinder,
F Mlllrr and D A Qelvln vs Isaao Hood.
joo Baker Jr vs K 0 Ht Jo & 0 1J H It Co,
w O .tones vs T & A Decker, suit for dower
it .t ivirx ein i vs ii Hretrer, suit Mr title.
M E ts D h Uuffstetter vs J & K Vamer.
D A Oelvin et al vs K 0 St Jo & 0 H It R
F.J Bwln vsO It Rwln, divorce,
w Davis vs 0 M Hooper, civil action.
M Ilender et al .1 Homier et nl. imrtltlon.
Hoblltzen ft jessa vs wm 1' jones Si Kmma
j lUKOen, rnreeiosnro.
Council IJIutTs Iron works ts j Swepe ct al
J M Ahernathv et al ts A M Jacobs, nttnch
Abernathy Furnlturo Co ts A M Jacobs
wm n ltlehards r J I. Or. nttaehment.
17 Il,,.tntw.W w 1. aStlalun alnll
wm n Hicks t0 Johnson etal,tosetasldo
wm fl ftwoe! en vs n flweeton, divorce,
M Smith ts J Smith, divorce,
Holt CountT rs .1 McAdams. nleetment.
It r Zook ts j Finical ft .7 Whipple, injunct
ii itunciiun in n iruili, nmiiucr,
J flcntt ts ( wrluht. slnnrfe.
w w CAldirelt ndms est M wnrnrr v wm
Hawkins M pub adms Holt Co, to recover
OH Murtr. ts fl Mart. lUrnwo
M ft J Spencer ts ts j I'arrls, et al. partton
w w p rarer r i. ai n i ii jtiouru. necouut.
J M Wlnsch ft Co VS .1 fl Klnnall. tnrprlnorn
CO Alkln TS.Tflroesbeek, suit on contract.
B F wcller ts T vt Swepe, suit on contract.
Stato to the uso of Holt County ts T II
Tturns et al, suit on cest bond.
M Help ts Dante! Smith, breach ef promise
nColllson ts nirstn Blaier. damages.
J F Marshall, ts Kenace Itleo, ejectment.
Abcrnathv Furnlturo Co tsJB Brown ft
A M Jacobs, camlshment.
idv DHinc t ii roiii'r or Knniisiimeni,
170 Bame vt firs Bales, garnishment.
Same vs j Foster 8r garnishment.
Creditors and all others Interested In tho es
tate of John Mirtln, deceased, aro hereby nntl-
ned tuai on tne nrst day ol the February term.
1882. of tlie lTahate Court, I shall make final
seiuemcut ui cam cstaie.
t i. ,t t n.T, LU0A8, Adm'r.
COMK3 TO TIIF.
'With tho Largest Stock of Goods in
Boots & Shoes
5ood boots from $i.7 to $1.7o
Shoes lrom 70 .cents up. My
Aro complete. Good Coffeo H
ins. to tho !i uu. Host, e 1-
lh.s. for 81.00.
I havo n fine
In fact everything kept
in a general store.
J. R. WILSON,
VOUSAI.E In'oIIDKU TO
On nccount of fallinc health I am
forced to offer my entire JNurserv Stock
for sale. I will irive thoso wishing to
buy coed sized bills of trees unusunFin-
ilucenients to purchase NOW for Spring
naming, x navo u large stock ol i- ruit
and Oi naiuentnl Tress to dispose of,
consisting in part ol
20,000 Annie trees. 2. 3. 4. and 5 vors
Also Peach, l'ear. Plum. Anricot.
and Cherry trees in abumlancu.
A larijo lot of Kverirrecns. from 1 to
10 feet high.
A lot of Heeeh. White Bitch and
A hi nro and choice selection of Hlnek
berries, Raspberries, Gooseberries, and
Strawberries, Grapes, etc.
Flowering Plants aud Shrubs.
GEO P. LUCKHAHIVr,
I will havo a choice lot of Poland
China Pigs for sale In the Spring.
Ilv virtut and authority of a SDeclal eieputlnn
Issued from the oMce ol the clerk ot tlio Circuit
Court of Holt county, Mo,, returnable at the
January term, lb:, of said court, and to me (11-
reeled In favor (it tha State ot Missouri, nt tlm
relation aud to tho uscot Fred Myers, col.ector
ui revenue oi lion county, ami against
I have levied upon aud seized all tho right, till
Interest aud claim ot the said defendant, nr. In
and to tlio following described real estate, to
Lot 22 lo block 42, la Forest City.
All lying anil being In said eouuty and Btate
ox mivsuuri ; mm i wm ou
HATUllDAY, JANUARY 7, 18S2
between the hours ot nine o'clock In the fore
noon and flvo o'clock In tho afternoon of that
day at the Court House door lu the cltv of Urn,
con, county of Holt ufureiald, sell the same, or
go much thereof us may lie required at nubile
vendue to the highest bidder (ur cash In hand
to Huusiji'suiu execution sun cohu.
W. 11. Fit AM K,
Hherllf ot Hvlt County,
Ily virtue nnd authority of a snoclal eiecntlnn
Issued from the ofllco of the Clerk of the Circuit
i.uuri oi iiiui ciniuiy, aio,, reiuriiuoie at the
January term, 1R82. of said Court, and to me di
rected In favor of Fred Myars, collector of rev-
euue in jioii county una ntjuiusi,
W. W. Hlnman auJ Wm. L. DIllliiBham.
1 have levied upon and seized all tho right, title,
Interest nnd claim of the said defendants, of. In
aud to tho following described real estate towlt-
Lots 8. is, 10, aud 17 in block 18, In Forest City,
au lying and being la said county and State
oi Missouri ; nnu I win, on
HATUllDAY, JANUAHV, 7, 1882,
between tho hours of nluu o'clock in the fare
noon and ttvo o'clock In tho afternoon of that
nay, nv mu i;uuri uouko uoor in me city oi ure-
Irni, flnilntv nl llnll tlftl.A.nU uall llm -.,.... n
so much thereof as may be required at' public
vDiiuuc. iu mu iui;iiisfc uiuurriurcasji in nano(
vu aauuy saiu execution sun eosis.
Sberlft ot Holt County.
Tho Great Trull at WanblnKton
Is of Interest lo every citizen. Of
equal importance to every sufforer
irom impepsia, is n trial oi urown's
rensin Tonlo. Try it For Balo by T. S
Illnde, and King & Proud, Oregon, and
Ed. AnibalBigolow, and A. C, Young
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HeulMriusio mbtwIii tgiM, It,
Tht JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE
lin, J-Mit, iS-eolomu, weekly A(rrtralUrl,
Dteekua tninrpr, onlyfl Ou ru, tumill
.milr hw, onlytl Ou rew.ltuopii
to fafy (ddren., Aomn WiTa
r, Pub., Til OhMtnnt BUwt, Bt. Loan.
nipm i iw i
And roinemborliiff Unit the fnrmors hnvo
short crops on everything, nnd that they have
lmt little to realize money out of. "We .have de
termined to reduee nrieCH on nliuoat our en
tire stock and make ft to tho interest of every
man, woman and child that comes to Mound
City to trade, to buyof us.
Corsaut & Meyer,
Wishes all of his old customers, and ho alts you nnd overybody clso to
liinko your wives, sweethearts, children, cousins nnd aunts, merry and
happy, by purchasing your holiday presonts of him. It la no uso to say
Fnrnghcr keeps the finest stock of
Jewel if Yf WjiTCffES, Clocks,
Silver and Plated Ware, Etc.
Of any ono In Holt County, for everybody knows it. Moreover It is
well known that all of his goods aro just as represented. Ills stock tills
year is unusually largo nnd beautiful, llo keeps tbo latest
NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY!
Of all kinds, and it will pay you to cxamino his stock.
Don't Fail to
Guarantee a Benefit to every
And will "SET 'EM UP" to all their customers who will rmv nn ihplr nmi. i,
tore Janury let, 1802. Those who cannot raise the money will please nlve their
nuica, uo nouooiio ioi(urtruupine doors.
OnlV. and bv this nlan wn will
we still sell Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, Hats, Cops Gloves, Queensware. Glass
ware, Door-locks, Bolts, Screws. Pocket and Tablo Cutlery. Etc., etc. And we stll
sell and warrant M. D. Wells & Co's. Boots and shoes. A large assortment of Gloves
in ud auiu ui uuiuiin (Jriues. uur
CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS
we are closing out at cost
No trouble to show them.
WK SELL TIIK
m hi i mi
West of the Court House.
AT THEIR STOI
Where theyCarry the Best
STOCK (2)F GOODS
of all Kinds from an Overcoat to a Handkerchief
Cloaks, Shawls, floods, Prints, Etc.
Boots, Sqoss, Hat, 4f" Cups,
Gloves, IMCittens, etc.
A full Stook of Glassware and QueoiiBware,
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, nt tho lowest Prices,
Happy New Year.
one who will bny Goods ot them for
uer January ist, muz, we will sail
ftavn mnnnu fnp all nf mir niiilnn..
invited to come in and examine onr goods
HI IMI I l
Stewart sewug mcmes.
Canned and Dried Fruits
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