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(rARMLSClNC IN HOLT COUNTY n "
W have seen hotter days.
Probata court next Monday.
Only 12.30 a "hot, says Hcory Cook
St. Valentine's Day next Wednes
day. Our oxtretan winter bis beon so
jrere on the wheat, .'
Tbfldayi are getting, considerable
longer at both end?.
The lair prohibit! shooting quail
.after the Urn of February
Tom Hlnde Is making decided Im
provement to his store room.
Business is very quiet and will like
ly remain bo until Spring comes.
Wm. Colhonr, of Liberty township
takes hl departure for Kansas, tomor
row. We hear it rumored that our fair
city will enjoy a genuine boom tbe com
Ask Clark Proud how he enoycd the
company of bin falrcaUers, ou Wednes
day of last week.
Dr. Shcarburnn, tho druggist at
Maitland, is talking some of moving to
Ed. L. Hart, of Maitland. plead
his jflrst law case before Esquire Thayer
.one day last week.
We learn that Oregon is to be treat
ed to a dramatic entertainment by lo
cal talent in a few weeks.
Conductor, Ed.Konnedy has return
ed from Arkansas and is again with bis
ld train on the Maitland branch.
Mr. David Nipbcr, has been ap
pointed janitor of the normal and public
school building. An excellent choice.
Misses Eola Kitchen and Ida Gaunt
two of Saline county's popular young
ladies, are visiting friends in Minnesota
Dr. Ernst Kaltenbaeh came down
frpm Maitland on Saturday, and paid
hit rcpects to his uaaiesukej Ernst Flo
jgenbaum. We are glad to note that E. Van
fiuskirk is Improving, and his mnny
friends hope to see him out upon tbe
To ' enjoy to-day, stop worrying
about to-morrow; next week will be
just as capable of taking care of itself
as this one is.
The ground hog is to bo congratu
lated for not coming out Inst Friday
for if he bad seen bis shadow wc might
have expected six weoks of bitter cold
The revival meeting at tho M E.
church closed last Sunday evening.
Quite a numbor were converted and a
general revival experienced on tho part
pt the membership.
Anna L. Kaull, Forest City, ago
deven years, sends us the correct ans
wer, Jules Verae, to work enigma, pub
lished in our last issue. Your present
will be sent you, soon.
Wm. Cain, who has beep residing
jn Kansas for some timo past, has re
turned to Holt comity, and will oper
ate the Debolt farm in Hjckory town
ship, the coming season.
Married at the residence of the
bride's parents (n Now Point, Febru
ary 7th, 1683, by Rev. S. Carothcrs, Mr.
Thomas B. Felix and Mis Lizzie Pol
lock. All ot Hpjt county.
We stated last wpek, that one, Jas.
Preen, was lined and sent to Jail for
whipping bis wife, We were erron
eoujjy informed. The offense charged
was abandonment of his wife.
ffanunry, 1882, was open warm
tit ilecldedly pleasant, without cither
jrajnorsnow. In January. 1883, we
had, nearly four weeks of exceedingly
cold weather, and considerable snow
throughout tho month.
A Ladles and Misses musical socie
ty has been orgar))zpl ft) our pity. Miss
Estella Gosllu la tlip prpsident. A yery
(pleasant meeting was. had at the resi
dence of Prof. Hill on lar Saturday
afternoon. Tho next meeting will oc
cur at the residence qf M,osps Bennett,
pn the 34 Inst.
The annual missionary sermon will
b preached at tho M. E. church next
Sundajat Jl o'clock, and tno blank
envelopes distributed for thp benovolont
cause of tko church. After tho sermon
(he ordinance of baptism will qp ad
ministered.' Children's missionary
meeting at night. All jrvttod. '
St. Joseph Herald ; Mr, Leigh Ir
vine, late editor of tho St. Joseph, G
aette, started Thursday on a lpcturo
tour along the t St. Joseph Western
railroad, taking for his subjects, 'Lit
erature" and Oratory." Mr. Irvmo is
a young man of brilliant talents ax a
speaker, writer and lojturor and bos
been 6iiccestu. in Ms unaeriaKmg
wherover he has appeared. He donor yes
to be patronized.
Samuel Foster went to St. Joseph
You can borrow troublo without
J, Foster Marshal went to St. Jo
seph last Friday.
Grand Army meeting, to-morrow,
Strawberries arc ripe in t)iat far off
northwestern state, Oregon.
Joe. Colllson of Now Point, has
returned from his western trip.
Frank Kclfer, of Minnesota Valley,
will go west in the Early spring.
W. II. Patterson, will go to Arkan
sas, in n tew weeks, to see tho nllgntcrs
It. Long, living in Upper Hott, has
sold his farm and will go to tbe Pacific
Slopo in tho spring.
"Minerva" sends us a valuable
contribution entitled: "Docs it Pay."
It will appear In our next issue.
Of tho 111 counties in the state,
Nodaway connly leads them nil in thu
way of horses, mules, cattle and shcup.
Marsh Savlllo, of Nebraska, was In
the city Monday, slinking hands with
his many trlonds. II is assistant sec
retary' of the Senate.
Our now county court Is in session,
and as their time has been devoted thus
far in tho week making .settlements
with tho various road ovcrsoers, wo will
publish the proceedings next wcck.
Considerable stock Is reported fro
zen In different parts of the conntry
whilo enrouto to market, and it is high
ly probablo that considerable loss has
occurred with cattle on the western
Don't bo late to school. If you
have any work to d.i, why. do it in tho
evening or morning botoro school time.
Pupils coming in after school has taken
up, annoy tho scholars as well as tbe
Lemuel Fountain who has beon so
Journing in Indiana, fur some time, has
returned. Ho was accompanied by his
two nieces, Joiime and Allio Fountain,
who will remain in Upper llolt, " 'till
the roses como again."
Every fruit-grower in Holt county
should mnko it bs "special order" and
attend tho meeting of fruit-growers,
which is called for tho 17th inst , at the
Court IIouso. See tho call published
elsowhcro in this issue.
Jas. W. Poret, our Harness deuler,
is going to leave thu state, and Is offer
Ing his btonk of harness, bridles, collars,
saddles, etc., nt cost. As he does not
desire to carry this stooic with him, you
will find It to your advnntngo to give him
On Menday night our shoriff, Amos
Castlo attached tho Mock of goods of
Jas. Ewing & Co , of Maitland. The
"Co." was Jas. V. Brady, tho tea mor
phant tf St. Joseph, and the property
was attached fop fe benefit of hW
On Saturday a farmor carno In and
said ho had treed sorao coons, Cold as
the weather was, a crowd of twenty
threo men and boys and a number
of dogs, went out and chopped down
numerous trees, built fires and found
Master Monty Curry has gons Into
the scolder's ofHco again, as Deputy.
Wo aroglud to note tjiis, for ho is wor
thy tho position, having boon Deputy
under Daniel Zauhman. Recorder Ly
on deserves 'especial praise for making
this selection. i
D. W. Kolly, tho oldost son of
Judge Kolloy, has been appointed Post
master at Savannah. Tho .'dce nnd
his family are in luck. Another ol his
sqns was recently appolntod to 92,200
clerkship in tho Treasury Department
at Waahlngtoa .
The St. Joseph Saturday-tjiraocrat
has this to say of ono of ourafbrmpr
young lady residents: "MissA Susie
Miller looked very well at flaw's con
cert. She wore a ruby voty'cUlhd silk
dress, with cream Spanish lace and
We desire to call atWHimi to, tlio
advertisement of D. M. Fofyy & Co.,
Detroit, Mich., tho groat jeedsmen,
whose mammoth establishment Is ono of
the sights of the chief pltypf Michigan.
They do the largost business in their
trade in tho United States, reaching
oven .across thp Atlantic.- and Paoifla
oceans, The house Is entiroly roliablo,
and If you wish to get exactly what
you order, you cannot do better than
send to thorn for your seeds, and you
may depend upon it you will got tho
best that tbe market can supply. Their
seeds have become known over tho civ
ilized world for purity nnd fertility, and
have gained for them an enviable repu
tation, Their unnunl seed oatt.foguo
lor 183, just issued is replete wbh In
formation and beautifully Illustrated,
will be gout free on application.
OREGON MISSOURI, FRIDAY.
Trace Spoerlo is visiting her par
ents. Wm. Fink, of St. Joseph, was In
E. O. Hollcnbeck, of Minnesota
Valley, Is sick.
Adraln Pinkston U on thu .sick llt ;
so Is William Kaueher.
Miss Katu nnd Dr. C. I,. Evans
went to Forbes on Sunday.
Hirani Hershburger. now of Midl
and, was in our city Monday.
There Is rumor of a double-wedding
in town before many weeks.
Henry Hlnni, of HumboUlt, Ne
braska, is visiting friends In llolt.
Annie Floguijbuuiu and Adolph
Stelumctz spent Sunday In (Jioirmi.
Wm. MeFaildun goes to Buchanan
county, next week, to break hemp.
Jacob Book, was in town Monday,
Interviewing our new county judges.
W. H. Springer returned from hl
trip through tic west, last Thursday
Brother Brink, of the Mound City
News, made us u pleasant rail, lit
Mr. A. J. Walker closed u uieeess
fill term of school at the Full-view
.school house, last week.
Claik Phllbiiek was laid up for sev
eral days this week with ti lame back,
eaused by slipping and falling.
L. L. Jackson, of Bigelow town
ship has sold his farm to D.E. JucKson,
nnd will go to Wyoming In thu spring.
Sheriff Cnstlu madn two night tups
to Maitland during the week and he says
he would rather bu a doctor In order to
get his calls unawares.
Postmaster Allen lias concluded to
make some valuable Improvements In
our postolllee, and has let the contract
to John Inghraiu. A new set of lock
l)oxe3 will he put up, anil tho general
box delivery wMl be greatly unproved
J. W. Perct will remove tt Wet
mure, Kansas, about the first of March
and engage In business in that city.
Oregon will lose one of its mwst ener
getic citizens, ami our sister will gain
one that she may wull teel proud of.
J. II. Sales mid H. F. White were
arrested on Monday for having had a
free light, and disturbing ilia peace, on
Saturday night. Both were lined one
dollar and costs and In default were
sent to Jail. White paid out ou Tues
day and vveijt to work at his trade.
Sales still lingers in Umbo.
Last Friday and Saturday will long
be remembered tlnoughout the north
west as most iliscoui uiung for business
and general transportation. Nearly all
tho ruilroids wore moro or less blocked,
business was depressed, and everybody
feeling despondent. Sleet two inelios
thick formed at many places and rail
road truyp iilmoet Impossible,
The Hdt county Sunday school
convention will bo bold at tho M.
E. church, Oregon, commencing Fri
day, February 20d, at 7:30 i m and
uontinuo over Sabbath, It is hoped
there will be a full attendance through
out the session. Eveiybody is invito!
and especially thooflleors of tho differ
ent sphools. If your school is closed,
bring your reports nnd help pinko tho
convention a success. Tho executive
is requested to meet at the Christian
church, Mound City, Friday, the
9th inst, at 1 o'clock v. m.. for tho pur
pose of arranging the program.
Tho following letters remain uncal
led for at the Oregon post office. In
nclllng for thosu, please say "advertis
ed". Mrs. Dora Anderson, E, W. Best
Charles II. Buckingham, Price llyid,
J. W. Carr, Nancy Carter, Cioo. W.
Davis, Mrs. Sarah A. Failoy, Lonnos
Griflin, Mrs. Rlza Grimes, Mrs. Marga
ret Goodtow, A. H. Kidd, Mrs. Maltlc
Lawry, Geo. W. Lyon, Mrs. Johanna
Musik, Charlio Mlllors, C, W. Oyiati,
Andrew Pitcher, James 11. Pratt, Hen
ry C. Russell, Alice ltnlnoy, Thomas
Shaylor, (3), Mrs. Beci Smith, E. M,
Smith, Mrs. M. A. Swft, David ylsk,
and Mi 8. Nancy Tharp,
Tho record of the last cold snnp for
this point is as follows, viz:
lBt 9.0 4.0
2nd 4.0 1,0
3rd...... - 1.0-...,,.... 7.0
4lb 3.0 22.0
5th 1.6 15 0
6th. .,, 14.0 1.0
Tho sign moans, below zero. Tho
coldest day ovor known hero was tho
18th of January, 857, when tho tem
perature was 30 degrees bolow zero.
The average lempcra,turo for December
16ft, was 20.61j lor Decombor, 1850,
19.33; Decombor, 1882, 27.29; January
1856, 7.78; January, 1857, 7.67; Janua
ry, 1883, U.68,
ALL OVER THE COUNTY.
Newsy Letters From Our Correspondents
ThcrnimiH'torstatuU nt 2o;
(j. S. (lav is now engaged in Im
ness at Dollmiu.
A series of meetings are to be held
in the new Baptist church.
war jcweicr, .Mr. i ocni.u., a-
been veiling in Force t City.
ni i.tif.i.'iini.fit nt nriMTiiti. iftlm
guest ol 111-, hrolhei'. George.
; Mr. (iotnel andlaintl. ofCiaig
i will soon move to our town.
! David Porter graduates from Co-
! lumbla College In the spring.
Mrs. Willis has sold her residence
to gentleman by the name of Cii.up.
Mis. Dean luis'iuoveil to Mis. Ba
con's llOUMI in
the uoiiheni jurt of
will be a lull at the opera ,
the night of the lltli ol this
Tho protracted meetings at the M.
1 . . .
eloed last week, licsult.s
Mrs. Emma Craig, of St. Joe, has
been visiting Mound C.ty, the guest of
J Our cili.en.s are anticipating anoth
I . . t i . .
cr treat soon in tun way in a iceiure oy
G. K. Wenilliug.
Our literary society died a short
time ago. Cause, an explosion of gas.
ill it not Im resurrected?
Tliu Mound CUy New- has opened
a column for women, and the siu'finge
ipiestiou It; beiug discussed.
The- sevenil ehrUtlan dcnoinina
ttous here have been holdii.i' weekly
union prayer meetings. Tills Is as it
S. and J. Au-tin have dissolved
partnership. S, Ati-liu will continue
business in the ImVjug ffrpiurly ; oi.cn
pied by Mr. Dean.
Mr. C. W. Caipeulcr, who ha
been yisitiug in Illinois during the pa-t
two weeks, returned home last Fiid.iy
liiueh pleased with his Visit.
Mr. F. II. Pitcher, who left Mound
C.ty some nine years ago, has been vis
iting his parent.-. Whilo hem Dr.-.
Brown, lliuhmond and llaken cxtirpu
ted an encysted tumor from the side of
his neck. .Mr. 1'itelier is getting a:ong.
even better than could be expected.
When entirely well he will return to
his homu et Demiug, Coloindo, wliere
he is engaged in mercantile business,
Wo are glad to learn that Mr.
Brady is able to be ottt again.
Mrs. L. Wallers and little, daughter
are the guests of Mrs. T. B. Curtis.
O.T. Curtis Is preparing to go west
for his health. His fatally will board
during ins absence.
C. W. Liiken's school seems to be
progressing nicely, lie has a graded
sehoo of boys from .'10 pounds to 2ii0
pounds. Who can heal that?
Mr. and Mrs. Irlpu celebrated their
twenty-llfth anniversny by entertaining
a number of their friends on thu eve
ning of tio 31st of January. It was a
Mr. and Mrs. Proud, we regret to
learu, arc making preparations to move
Oregon. Wo uro sorry 'o lose so good
ucighhois as they have proven, but our
loss is thu good people of Oregon's
Wo think there Is danger of our
King losing his crown
We believe thu Bluff City coitus.
pandent Is a widower.
Wo .have beon expecting to hear of
our Bluff City correspondent going to
Nebraska soon. N
Judgo Quick sold to B. B. Harrison
forty head of cattle at StfOo.OO
and Mr. Barbour thirty head,
Some people take offense at cor
respondents for writing up the news,
which only shows their weakness of
Dr. C. L. Evans has located at this
Corn was selling last week at
32 l-lo last week.
Minx Leisure and Eliza Hamtou
were married last Sunday by Be v.
The festival at tho Pierce, school
house was a success, the proceeds
amounting to 25 clear profit.
Tho following nre tho shipments
trom this placo luat week: Corn, 3
cats; hogs, 3 carsj wood, 17 cur.
FEHRUAHY 0, 188H.
The widows are all well.
A dance at Bob Moore's is tlm last
- Andy Toehtui imin Is talking .souse
of golnii to Worth eoiinlv.
, The new teacher is talking of ope
?i;nlug a singing school: micccs- to blni.
I lie markets liavu been advancing
lately, and. ol course, our tanners li.ive
tal.eu a smile.
The all absorbing query among the
' vlllig people at present l, 'who made
. ttilt j,,,,,.,, ,l0.t. !lt ,. ;lstspc!lin'.
i ....... . .
.uioiiicr wciiinng on iiic tapis , as
toon as weddlu.
run; the buyi
material is in icail.v
antiei:itc a glorious
A few voting peopln came together
one night la?t w.-ck ami gave a party in
honor of the newly wedded wife ot .Mr.
The "sp.itaelo" man was nmong
us la-t wevk, no "bug juice" could be
i found, mi he left for other parts, where
his iusutuililc appetite could be Hilly
!. W. Mooic returned htt week
I "',,tn Wntheua, Kans.ts, where he has
' i - e . . e .... i .
been for treatment or cancer.
greatly Improved and has hope
, entire cure, oon,
Wi had a pleaiint tim.i at our last
"spellen'', one or two little noises were I
the only disturbance. The match sim
mered lioivn to u Moore contest, I'ciry
spelling down his little Msicr, Miss
Midia who bravely contested every inch.
The winter term of school closed
, last week, and the spring term began
I on Mumble uii.lui' the siii-ervision of .Mr.
i . .,....,,.. ...,. ,,.s ........ .... .....
ipnirters ut Judge Huiatt's. From reli
able souices we heif.r he cats liitlc: tills
is cou-olatiou to the .Judge, for the
teacher who preceded Mr. Bradley
came near eating him out of Iioiiku and
lioiiiu- -that little felb.w cats niueli.
Corn sold for JiHc all of hist week.
Mrs. 1 lege luf'i hc.il pool health for
Mr. and .Mrs II. A. Danker.- made
a viit to Nebraska, la-t week.
William Florence mid wife have
been vi-iting relatives' anil fi lends hero
! thu past week, bill left Monday for Cal
I ho intaiit son of ! red I lege on
, ,.lnt Sm),!iv ,V( w;(. lsl,n1(,
Charles llenrv, with Henry
F. W. Walter for godfathers,
II. S. Denny, of Mnltl.ind, was the
guest of his brother, (1 O.. from Fri
day till Monday. They spent Saturday
with their cousin, .1. J. Denny at Fair
tax. J. J. Denny, of Fairfax, and B. F. ;
Stouffer, of Nihna, were visitors ut the 1
cliool Friday, and cncoiungcd the '
teacher and pupils very much by their
presence ami cheering words. j
Leu and Mrs. Walter returned Moil- j
! day evening from New Vork Citv alter ,
an aiisuuee ot almost lour mouths,
Their host of friends welcome them
back, aud congratulate Leu on his Im.
Sunday morning was thu coldest on
record here. The Government ther
moiiiutorat Horace Martin's registered
21 1 below zero, and other theituome-
tors in '.own indicated iili lo 31 degrees
The mercury did not get higher limn 10 i
Mr. Holmes, living near town, has
a cow with all the s) inptoms of hydro
phobia, llo has her closeiy confined to
await further developments. William
Murphy, living in town, had a hog die j
of thu same affection ono morning hist
week. A dog passed through several
weeks ago, supposed by many to be
mad, and bit Doth of tho auiuuds above
referred to, and perhaps many others.
Something should bu done to .stop this
terrible infection. Laws should be
made and executed for killing every
canine In infected districts, for the lives
of brutes are not to bu weighed against
the lives of human beings,
Foster has got his corn
Mrs. Jim Foster has been quite'
siek with neuralgia but is now improv
ing. Thuy say that Milt Crowd I is tho
best hand at carpenter work m the dis
trict. Jim Foster drove In some twenty
nice young cattle from his stoul: lelds
Mr. Sam Foster Is feeding a car
load of cattle. Ho bays they don't tako
on m oh fat this kind of weather.
A peddler was veiling spectacles
last Saturday. Had ho shown us sumo
through which wo could discern old
"Sol" ho might have sold bovcrul pairs.
Nub. Smith Is toudlug barf.u t.'.W. j
Smith. ' :
How long will it Im until tho i nnil 1
Judge .Simpson was In I'aroti City,
1'reaehing every night at the Chris
-I'm!. It'itli'iiirni' n ms tin in AlflilOlU
, , .,..,,,,,..
George lluli'stuiter has returned to
the paicutal roof.
l'.B.Conk and wife arc visiting rel
atives In Michigan.
I.oiils Kiffc was in St. .lo.i hist
wceic, buying goods.
A ball here on the 'Ju'ud. Our
young folks like to dance.
Miss Knte How ley, of Forest Oh,
w;ii in Craig Saturday la-t.
Mrs. Dr. Johi.stun was vNiiing in
larkio anil 1 airlax, Iat wcei;.
Craig will send a delegation to Or
egon to bear the Tcenn's. Mug.
Iliifus Thayer has ipnt woiktug at
u,u i,otu, tm isuo,v In Corning
And Dick Bradbury locked the
postoiliee dooi ? He won't do it again. ,
Mr. Hooper went to St. Joe, Sat
urday, lie says he must see the folk
onee In awhile. '
Dr. Smith has sold his mules to ,
John Brown, who ha- rented a farm in
The. t 'raig Cornet Band give, a (
grand ball at Waggoner's Hall ou the I
night of February 1 1th. I
j - -.lolionnot and Young, opera house '
managers of Buck Port, were in town j
I last week h oking at our hall. i
I Tho Corning correspondent of the i
('. P. asks why Frank Collar visits
Craig so often. Ask Emma T. .
Elder B. C. Stephens, of Excelsior j
Springs, Missouri, Is hero nnd is hold
im.' a proiractetl meeting at the Chris-!
Several of our yotiiij; folks went to
Corning last Tim-day to attend tlie'i
dunce at that plate. They report a '
"I'narinacy" Smith lel'ion Wedges--
day last tor New Orleans lo mtcud the ,
j.Manli Gius. We opine "Pharmacy" 1
I won't get there. '
, Prosecuting attorney. S. P. OTal
: Ion, was in town Saturday l.i-t Irjinjr a
I 'uso of petit larceny. The ease was
I the Stale vs, Willis,
E. S. Ballard, of Salt Sulphur
Springs, We-t Virginia, is in Craig.
I He ha-1 accepted a position with I'ra.ci
it Wilson as book-keeper.
I -Johniiv Williams aud George
Smirl went to St. Joe Monday. They ,
did not stay long, and we infer that
they found tho city unhealthy .
.'p1(, lint hoeIety of the Cliristian j
ehiireh met hist Thursday nl!it at the
Crur hotel. Ouilu a larcc number of :
young folks were present, and all bad ,
in enjoyable time.
Once mote we ask why our depot '
can not be lei t open for tbe night j
tiaiu.s:' Craig is the only depot ou thej
line of Ihu K. C. that does not accoin-1
modulo its pali'oiis in this respect. )
- i ne raiuoau ioiik caugia mo ivsV ,
Saturday, but the "bucket brigade" ;
.... i ......... .
...... ...... . " I
came up iiuuer a inn neau o. sica.ci nun ,
it was put out i'i snort oruor. uraig i
has the best "bucket brigade on the
Sunday morning at two o'clock the
thernionielor stood alii - inlow zero;
at live o'clock it stood 27s below, nod
at half past eight It .stood nt h
were very sudden changes and jutuicly
There has been quite a number of 1
hogs lost in the recent cold snap'
Wo are glad te learn thai Mrs. i
TliumaU recovering fiom her recent ill-'
Mrs. Aobert Kmallwood, of the vi
cinity of Mayryvllle, is viMting her sis
tr, Mrs, David .Smallwond.
Tlioro is a protracted meeting be
ing held at the new UniteJ, Brethren
church in the Shiloh district.
Tho farmers are all binlly engaged
sledding wood from across the Noda-
uvy wh'lo the. beautiful bridge ot nature j
--In ptto of the wind, snow and
sleet, tho young folks of the dlffciunt
neighborhoods gathered at thu resi
dence of Mr. I. Smallwood on thu ovo
mug of February 1st, Tho ovonlng was
spent in pleasant chat andlivoly games.
Tho young folks say that Mr. aud Mrs.
Smallwood know how lo entertain and
take euro of a house full of young
IViru. to Havid Wnggoiirr mid wlffl
twins, IVtiuiMiy Oth.
-The leg maihi . U active, iuid price
advanced to sit (nt.,.
-Miss Allie WilkitD'ou has returned
to her school: rvcuvci id from her in-
.Iml now is :i good time to cut your
winter's wood it yon have an ; if not,
etr. your !niglb-rV.
- s,il. Miller's giouud hog Imd a fes
tive time on thf-second inst. Get ready
Vi plant your gsi'den ''safH."
Foiutt his the champion whiki y
drinker, lie 4r:nk a pint of "fuity rod"
in live inimite,, r.ud is still living.
- Judge Quirk brightened up tlm
.lull rim.i-j.lioio of our city by the light
of his et-'iintensince on lat Saturday.
--William Tf-are, the popular clerk
of ('.roves A: Weber, bus liikun a ii.ii-
j vMl. u-ils0!1 lV. (juIl!l. Ht ,,.0,.H
Cvf im eiojihig in pivtry freely. ami
re.utdv taken at :.:ii:y fonts. But Huh
e.mium !v wheat; last week's prices
-Who stole Esq. Wilkinson's ronsx
titr N what be would like to know.
Emblem f Demon acy relic of the
past soieobody stole, him.
Henry Zaehman has jtn-t puithiisci
u. new oig.iu of W. llutzeliuun.
Our singing school has been post
poned until altvr Un meeting ha.s con
cluded. Charles Artorh'irn will move to
Bucliunim county, near St. Joseph, in
-V. Artcrbiirn ban rented a tarm of
.1. G. Cowuu sovrral mile, north ol
Billy Can.;, of Whito Cloud, Kan
sas, has rented :i favm of J. G. Cowan
and has aheady movid on thisnidc.
-Dev. Bribfits und Itev. Vb,ter
will hold a Perie of meetlng.i af.this
place, eoaimeiieing Thursday ...-
ing, Fel.ne.ry Stb.
It is iiuroti.d that E. ft. NcDwtahl
ivill outer as Tntrtncr with .Mr. Graluim
J in the mercantile fnisluen u thu
spring. How . it Me. ?
,' Martin Ariuaclt h.i- been rr t Iia
I north part of the . onnty breaking wild
1 mules lor the la-t few (lavs. Wonder
, how he liked the vide uvei' the ha
A. Schnart has sold hi. resilience,
store budding wiili sti-fh, uv Mr. !!ra
, ham, of Forest City, who vail tnkr io.--'
-csiou April 1st, lsf.'!. Wtr understand
i that Mr Schwartz will turn h'i uttou
I tiou to farming.
Joe Collison returned liom liii
' pio.-)eeling tour in Kuns.is, a few da.
1 ago. He rejioi t:- a beautiful country,
i but sajs iliuro i- nothing there tor liim.
I Levi (lien, who aecomp.uiicd him, Ut
not vet relumed.
l!cv. Bobcits jireoehes at tlw
cliurch on the eeond and fwiiitb .Sun
days ol each mouth at II o'clock A. M.,
and ill the ceiling l'.'ev. Webter
picaelie- on the fu st mid .eeond Sun
days at 1 1 o'.ilock a, st.
Mr. Thornhlll has rented a farm in
Nemaha couniv, Kansas, and will mow
llun) i( a ftjW (h(VS W( W).t( Jn Ui)
,.., i, .......m ...j i, .,!,, ,.
" r- n "
f.mil j,, ,, l,ll),.MMi
for we c.-.n-
lll)t u((yi ((, ; J(
not afford to I w such men as he is.
With him goes our best wishes, and wo
hope at souiu fiitiuu day lie. inav tigain
return to our midst.
-J. S, Spencer lias been down with
Thennonietor 22s below zero Sun
It. li Patterson'-, clu'd, 'which has
bveu siek for three weeks, is improv
Harvard Chambers say-, he is going
to get a requisition from thr governor
ol Iowa for Ins Intended coloicil rook.
The M. E congregation are con
templating building a spire to their
! church. They havo already boimht a
"In charge of tho sheriff of Holt
county" is conspicuously displayed on
Ewing & Go's j(rout door But wo
think Mr. Euing will satisfy all eredi-
riiese attachments Hvere caused
by the failure oV lilt, parlner hi St, Joe.
, H s-wr-f-H
John Proud1 will'sull at public sale
on his, farm, Hire! miles northeast of
Oregon, on Saturday, February 17th,
1882V the following property: lour
bead of horses and mules; tluee milch
cows; llvo head ,,ov.s; thirty head of
stock hj'gs, wagon; plows; harness;
and other things too numerous to men-tiou.