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1). J. DOIIYN-S .CJ..
Term of SnbcrljMn !
TWO BULLA US A YKA1J fN ADVANCE.
FRIDAY, FHJlRUAIiY U, 18B3.
1 iiti',rtiT who ilu not elu Npri'.s.i no
tice to tlui contrar), nro ronsliieretl as wishing
to i jmitiMi' meir siinxripinm
Hy. Mr. Htbtnon, of Crawford An
actio repeal thu existing statute Hocus
ing merchants to iuU liquors by the
Hy. Mr. Craniner ot Cooper An act
mailing it a misdemeanor for any school
' board or chool teacher to Introduce
jnto public school uny tpxt took not on
i tint list adopted by thu county.
, Mr. Carter, ol .Jack.iou, introduced
, an net to crcato tho olllco of ttsscisor lu
cities of tho fourth class ami to provide
i tor the election and compensation ot
' such olllcur- Thu present stututu makes
j no provision for an assessor lu cities of
' tliti. ..I.,..., lint nnmmtla llin inllietfir rtf
MVK STOCK RECEIPTS.
Judcitnr from t ic records of
A. II, SAXTON.
'- If sunserlntrs wi.tMuirparH-niujcui) n. ,..,,,.,.. , .,.,, .. . iU u,.,.u9 ...,,
. -I- -
netnl ttu'in un
til all eliaws irO putd. . . . ,
3. H Minserir.ers ' neKl'cv or ri'inso in uixe
IMr PtH",t Ih'iiv thfoniiDorpl.ici'touhlclj
iht-v art ient. thf V an- held roiimnjlljlo until
the'v s'ltlu thi'lr Mil and give clue notice to ills-
i. it' Mihvrlliw move to other places with
oiil hilormlni; tho publisher, they arc hi'til rv
fponjiWrf. Notice should he given ot the ri-
'''5?'lThe courts have decided that refiulnc to
lake Him paper from the ofnw.ls prima ut cvl
iluico ol hiti'iitluiial fraud.
Tho lufu heavy rains In western I'enn
pylviinlii, northern and central Ohio,
and portions of Indiana, have caused
the rivers and streams to go beyond
thulrbanks.rcaking destruction In their
paths. 1 ho Whlto river in Intliana is
hlL'hur than ever was known. The
damage Is very setlous nlong thu river
The Wabash Is booming at all point?
The Scioto Is reported 11 inches high-
er'than ever before, and the daiuagp is
eno'rinousi a hundred families have had
to quit their houses. Tho Oho In many
places is out of its banks, parrying tie
In lt. tmth. Thu Allephanv
ntuUSusquehunnn aro also ut of their
banks and higher than ever known.
Skkator Cockerel! voted with tho
Republicans on the bill for protection
tho books of tho county a-scsor
Hy Mr. Martin, of dnspcr A bill to
regiilatu tho nssyssment and taxation of
railroad propeity and to tax tho gross
Hy Mr. Doling, of (Jreono An act
fi.r tho protection ot property shipped
for sale on commission and to provide
for tho punishment of those who shall
iuuko hum! returns inuruiur.
The substitute for .Junes' (of Clinton)
concurrent resolution submlttlm: to the
qualified voters of thu state an amend
ment to section . t nrticio 10 oi me
eoiislitu ion of the statu was taken up
for third reading, and passed by a vote
ot 6U yeas to 61 nays. As this resolu
tion was mtiouueeii xor mo express
mirmi.-o of ntithorliiir constitution!;
amendments to be submitted at special
elections', lu order to remove tho ques
tlon of prohibition from politics b not
allowing it to bu t-ubmlttcd at a general
election, thu votu Is considered a test
votu of the house upon thu submi.-siou
of tho prohibition amendment. He
prcsentntlvo. Whitmcr voted in the
lugan's mil authorizing county
courts to work parsons eonvlctcd of
crimes punishable by jail sentences
upon public roads or upon pnbHc
buildings anywhere In tho county wan
taken up and passed by a vote of 102 to
1, Mcfiinnis only voting against it.
senator U'Wien introuuoeit a mil to
.t.l.i. . .1 ...II! I-
Tiik sheriffs of Missourf will hold r
porivtntlon at Sedalla, Juno 26th, 1883,
in order to perfect a system lor tho ap
prehension of criminals and to otganizu
an association lor that purpose.
Q;vino to tup tqycro snow storms in
Wyoming, tho cattle aro sufferlnt; for
crass and unless wind comes, and blows
tho snow from exposed places, the loss
will bo disastrous. The cattlo In Ne
braska aro also suffering irom tho
The rqmarkablo Hop of Senator Vest
on thu protection question shows how
much harder is tho road to greatness
which winds amid tho rocks and dan
got s of statesmanship than that ploas
ant path which meanders amid tho gifts
of garden seed to admiring constituents.
Tiik agility of tho Democratic office
holders is surprising. All remember
what a grip tho one arncd Treasurer of
Missouri had on the tunus tot long ago.
Now lately the opo legged State Treas
urer of Tennessee walked ofl w)th
400,000. Next wo find the Tro usurer
of Alabama went ouo eyo n $227,000
of thu State's funds. Aro thcro any
mote cripples lo bo heard from?
prohibit pool selling upon hotso races,
elections, etc., in any city or town
TnE public do not demand an oxtra
session of congress immediately after
the 4th day of March, and the proposi
tion to that effect should bo overwhelm
ingly voted down. Lot tho present con
gress do something with tho tariff and
pass the necessary appropriation bills,
aid then wo can do without legislation
for at least six montljs, or until tho reg
ular timo for tho new congress to meet.
the state, and makinir tho violation of!
the bl 1 a felony. It will bu observed
that thu effui t of tins bill is to put pool
selling upon tho samo footing with kono
laro. tiokor and other gambling games
Gideon's subftiluto to tho bill relat
ing to railroad classification and char
ges, which provides that any railroad
which shall chargp or receive a greater
compensation than provided by Taw for
transportation of ij'as.songers or freisht
shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and tined not over 8200 fop each offense
and tho railroad shall pay to the injur
ed party a sum not less than $200 nor
moro than $500, to bo rocovered by
civil action, was passed by a votu of 99
tot). lliuroHU flintier provision in
tho bill that justices of the peacu shall
havo concurrent jurisdiction with the
circuit coujt iu all prosecutions under
Senator Dungan introduced a bill
amendatory ot tho present law relating
to delinquent and back taxes. The
amends sections 6830, U837, and 68)18.
cliapicrl45artic.ro 6, of tho ro vised
statutes of Missouri, and provides that
i mortgagees and others interested may
bo found us defendants in suits tor back
taxes : that tax attorneys' fees shall be
10 per cent on amount of judgment
rendered' for taxes and interest to be
taxes as' costs Also, that in casos whuro
land sells lor less than amount of jutl
ment and costs, proceeds shall bo pro
rated on said judment and costs, there
by in every case having a part of taxes
sued for go into tho trea-ury.
Hy Senator Cnldwiu An act to prov
ide tor tho assessment ot uamarus sns-
month. 18H3 nromleisto 'show wonder
ful growth In tho llvb dock business of
Kansas City. The recelpfa of cattlo at
the stock yards amounted to '.M,V59
head against 14,110 head for January
of last year. This is a gain of 7,149
head, or 50 per cent. Tho gain for
January 1882 over January 181
iituomiti'd to but 1,613 head.
A very hand-onio gain is also shown
lu tho receipts of hogs. During Jan
uary of 18t2 the receipt nni 'mu'ed to
119,711, with the exceptipn of last De
cember, when tho iccein s amounted to
146,515 head, this was tho largest num
ber of hogs ever received during any
month. During last month, however
the receipts amounted to 153,891 head
a gain ovur January '82 of 31,150 head,
or'28 6 per cent.
V o would call the attention of fh
St. Louis Olobc Democrat to these
tlgtncs. This journal a short time
siucu claimed that M. Louis was readi
ly al'sorblng thu hug supply of this
section to tho gicat itetilmenl ot this
city. Wo coiiless our Inability to see
just where tho absolution coincs in.
Of thu total niinibnr reecive l here the
packers took 12i!,7U3 head, and then)
were shipped from hero 26,273 head.
I The gain in the receipts of slice) has
been linger proportionately than in any I
other kind ot "lock. Thu receints dur-1
I lug hi t mouth amounted to 8,527 head '
1 arainst .t.i wo iicau lor ino cot respond
ing month a year ago-an lncrca.se. of
5,107 had, or 173 percent.
Tho receipts of h)r.os and mules
amounted to 1015 ai;alii?t 047 ayear ago.
Thus wo seo that a very liaiuNome gain
has been madu in thu receipts ol' all
classes of stock here.
Tho quality of tho cattlo received has
been very much better than a year ago
This Is readily explained from the
great abundance of corn. And tho
mruu incrcasu in the receipts: of good
com ted cattlo weighing from 1.250 to
1,600 pounds is accounted tor by I lie
fact that shippers teeognizu the superior
advantages ol tills maiket.
Tho largo niimbur ol buyers in dally
nttundanco at thu yaids gives a stability
to tho market that Issues to tho shipper
a ready sale at full market prices. Dur
ing tliu past moii'ih a number of ship
It. V, HKNDHICK.
SAXTON & HENDRIGK,
We have reidxmliHedoiirUoekhue the holidays villi mmu'lly law purchases to eoimneiife
thii new K'.'ir with
A More Complete Stock than Ever !
Thanking our tnanv pnln.ns and friends for tln-lr lllieral pntronatte fir tho past jear, we hope
hy fair and honorable ileallini for n eniiliniinncc hi me same i m-o. auuinx
tri tinr llnltiflisi lUt. Wti h
fntir veiirt. S have al
warranted, at repreientert or money
many new rutoincrs
iieti; Increnvi our lmitne tills ear In the same rallo ajfor Hie ii.nl
I trades ot minds In our line to suit nllflinsi's of trade, l.very nttlele
Jewelry, Diamonfls ani Silverware,
Whleh von v. lit iitunys Unit eouililele.
p.ilrhiK of Ihnj walelie a .peealtv, by
Wo Invite all In rait mill hivpect our stoeknnd prlees.
thu ninil .iklllfnl workmen i warranted toKlM'i:itlifaellim.
SAXTON fc HENDRICK, Jewelers,
GOD t-'elK !it , llet flflh and Sixth, oppolle Louis lias's fntnlturc etablMuneiit,
t. josepii, Missoimr.
Not. "Trnnessee Jubllcp Singers," bill
Donavln's Origlnnl TeiincM-eans, Col
orcd Concert Company, is the present
iinniu by which ouo of the two excellent
companies under Mr. Donavln's man
agement is known by.
They sing tho sonl-slirrlng plantation
music delightfully, but their varied pro
ginni and wonderful Inlent places thorn
in the class thoroughly cultivated con
cert singers, (lis peers of any vocalists
of any race or color, 'i'hoy have been
Imposed upon by all thnso ono hundred
and one troups of jubilee singers who
lought to succeed by misleading I ho
people In appropriating all or a portion
of this genuine coinnany's nanio. Mr.
Donavm now advertises thoTcnnessana
with a successful record of nine seasons,
to the people of Oregon, they appear in '
the 51. 12. church, lebniary 22nd or
211rd. Their creduntlais aro complete.
NONK OTHKH NAMK.
. i .ii wr.r n I' t
Ttiiaijjlitr. for the h'umtay School Vi'ntkor.
Is no liiiek,
I'or Unii-c. Shirk lt.meh. HiiiainVater Works, or deep TDpTftATinM
audi imnn WetN hi Kalth or Itoek. . llUllUiUlUii
RELIABLE RUST WELL AUliER
nut ): ov i:itnt tools .
One p.' tneh Harth Auaer, with Derrlik Iron-' Turning !,ei is, i) feet Ueif Cat 11 po ShaflhiRs and
(mipllni:. - - - -MWioi
Same lilna, with Sliafllnus for loo feet - . . . ..... woo
oer liKiiiof llieeniiK'-rNlii ue. l'rlnleil iiitrurlions and guarantees "i'Ut when tools are slilppeil
liiorderluii Karth tool end half the nmomit with Hie onler, and pay bakinee lit-n ou leeelve
the tonN. Tor Aileilau Wells or any Wells where lioek N found, onr
EAGLE MACHINE .i;, CHAMPION ,t WORLD.
and Is shlppuil on trial-thai l, a man nelit to si l iiii and let until uiMmner Is vatlslled. before
anv pavmcnl l reipilreil. I'ltl('). J J I' 1)1111. 1. TOOLS ;
lle"t Kau'le .Mai khie, with tw It' drill, i! six Ineh Z lilts, Ilore I'nwer. and SM ft. lope with mull to
Ml no ami test.srsi ou Same KU, with I II, 1.. Knitlne and Ikiller, Smoko slack and l!i-ll,.iis.i.on.
S ime till?, without KiijiImi- or Power, siw.oun. Several ot these. Maelilnenre now; In eery lnle.
-.loliu llillott. I.lpan. lloniU' iunly.TeMis. writes i "I have set up I of jour l.rnile Maelilnes.
All kivokhimI satisfaction." S. Seaton, l.nmiiasas. Te writes me i ".M. I.aule .Maehlne Is
ilolnu kimhI woik, as Is also tin e you sold Mr. Marlln of llils plane. I want nnothi'rln the
spring," We lniM' low freight eontiaet. iind proniit deh ery uiuiniuteed. Please order illn el, or
s,.tl,lfor,leM.r,i.lveeatal,.i;n,. ( mW) M ,,.,,, j,
Uoltleii Tcxt. fCeither is there r.iIvr
lon in any other; for there Is none other
natno under heaven given among inett
whereby wn must besavciL-Acts I: 12.
'Jiinc.A. D. flt), Tlio evening and
morning after tho healing at the gati;
I Sntjyistion. l. The favorof tho gival,
learned, and powerful Is no proof that
j wo are in tho right; nor their frowns
that wc aro in the wrong.
! 2. Uevlvals often proVoko oppnsi
' tlon; howbell, tho woik goes on whern
! Uod'n people are courteous, bold, and
j faithful ; and converts ave multiplied.
fl. Thu plainness and lidellty of tho
apaMles stand out in all the addresses
of l'otor. lie told men of their sins.
MISSIONARY CONCERT. , e nulntr, to tho crucified Saviour as
There will be a missionary concert at the tho only way and source- of salvation .
Arc we, of theso potter days, trying
to ilud some i.MS:cr way, lev) dis
pleasing to 'i sin-loving work!. If such
is the case, cau wo wonder that cuiiveits
ato few, half-hearted, ani; slightly
l-.vc, Feb. llth.
purs havu come to this market, for tho,
llr.st time, Having nerutotoro pationlzed i
Chicago or St. Louis, and so well 1
pleased were they with the market '
that thev announced that Ihey chould ,
hereafter patronize it regularly. The ,
home demand for good killing catile
lias also largely iiicroii.ud, thu result of '
tlic growth of thu fresh beet shipping
trade Irom tins point.
Unless thu railroads discriminate;
against the dressed be.ef shippers, the (
ttalllo in that article from this point is.
destined to asumu very largo pro-1
doi Hons. Already several I rgo snip-1
nieuts have i country been made from
huio to Chicnuo.
lliu largo capacity of the packers
hero, together with thu presence of
Several Lasturn buyers, makes this one
of tho best hog markets lu Aincric.i.
Altogether thu livo stock business ol
Kansas City is in a very flourishing
condition. The market is, regarded with
gieat favor by Western feeders and
shippers gonqraily, and with tho duvul
opupjut of the live stock interests of the
vout this nurlut is destined to assume
groat propoi lions. Kun-sus City Jtmtnl.
of AJI PI.ANXS, for AWi I'ltOI'S, for AM. Ciri-
1.. -...I ..... W I kl. I. TllutAI.l-hll.t1yU lnAt.llK.1.
rf culture of llrniu, limit Oroiw, (Jntr loiMor Cropn. Trr
lrlantlritP. etc. only !Ort mit Vatalojut ant I'rict LUt vt
sisurssuos T HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. CHICAGO, III, Rochcster.N.Y.
I would respectfully Inform my old patrons
and friends of Holt anil snrroumllnt; eounlle.s,
that 1 nm constantly Kiimlti;; und keep ii liand
a larue stork of
tuined by property ownors from which
the county sual shall bu removed ; to
Oun excellency, Governor. Crittenden
In discussing the liquor question with
somo of his intimate friends, is reported
as saying that he would most emplmtl
cally support tho bills pending bef Dre
tho Stnatc, requiring a blgh license,
prohibiting card tables, pool tables, or
other Inducements to loaf around dram
shops; and making it a misdemeanor to
have painted windows or screens to such
places. If liquor must bo sold, let It be
sold as op'cnly as grocorlos or hardware,
It seems na if ba Democratic party
is taking down the banner of free trade
and adopting honest Republican pro
tection. Senators Beck, Voorhees,
Brown, ot Georgia and Jonas, of Louisi
ana, and even our own senators, Cock
erel! and Vest are tho leaders of this
movement and aro tho first to commit
therasslves to protection. This goes to
demonstrate that in tho end the Dem
ocrats will finally noopt good Ropubhean
principles, upon every question after
fow years i
provide for thu payment of suuli dam
ages and prohibiting tho removal of
thf seat of justice until such damages
u'io assessed and levy mado for tho pay
ment thereof. Thu bill further pro
vides fyr the punishment by finu f all
ofllcors violating tho provisions hereof
By Senator Davis, of SU Joseph An
act to authorizes a voto of thu people to
bn taken on tlio qriosfioii of whether cr
not a convention shall lie hold for the
purpose of ipvlstug and amending the
constitution of tho stale.
Senator llouso introduced, n bill
amendatory of teetion 1, articlu a,
chapter 21, revised statutes of 18(9.
1 nu anieiutiuent sccks to rcduco rail
road passenger fare upon trunk lines
from 3 cunts to 2 14 cents per mile,
and upon brauchos and other lines irom
l cunts to s cents per mile. A Iiirther
provision exoiupts children undor 7
yoars of ago from payment ol faro
Wtycn accompanied by parents or
ouiHiiur imuguii inirouuceu senate
bill No. C7, amendatory of section
2732, chapter 42, revised statutos, rcl.'
ating to judm'euts.
senator Uobyns, bill No. 81 passed
rulatlng to landlords and tonants, and
When any person, who shall bo lp
able to pay rent, whethor the samo s
due or not. or whether the same be
payablo in money or other things if tho
rent oo ouo wiinm ono year tuereaiter,
intends to remove, or is removing, or
lias within tnlrty days removed ins
It has long beun known that Aincr
isau cattlo ted on grass, instead of
being housed nl tho year round make
much moro healthful heof than foreign
cattlo, and now an cminont authority
apeaks a good word far our hogs. They
are not llkoly to have tncliinau as their'
uropoan nrotnern, tccj moio generally
on swill ana reitiso lnstcaq ot corn
Tho averago Amorioan swluo Is a high
aver wuoso uriet extstonoe is a per
petnai least, living upon as won as
belrg, the tat of tho land.
Accoudino to a "Colored Virginian"
in a letter to tho N. T, Trtbunc express
iot aa his opinion that tho rising genera
Hon of negroes will bo as unpatriotic us
tho present generation is loyal, giving
MhlsToasons that wbito teachers are
forced upon the colored schools, nnd
these' teachers as a rule coinq from the
broken down aristocracy of tho south
talktmr much of Lee nnd Jackson and
nUtb rights,'' and- holding in contempt
Lincoln,' Grant and 'Sumner and tho
proclamation 'emancipation. He fur
ther says tno books iu uso In the public
-i4LAro mose written dv soi inern
I td the southern side
q its causes, oucn
ousted nnd their, pla
who have learned to
tit as It is political
to bear upon t?Qry
Tlio Kansas City Cattlo market has
been characterized by rather light ro
eclpts and a very steady feeling dur
ing the past week, values having sus
tatned no material change. There has
been a good steady enquiry for all des
irable offerings, and salusiuun ex
perienced no trouble in disposing ol
their holdings. Kuilurn markets have
been "enerall.v firm with light receipts
and buyers have lelt eneouiaged to
Hons. Tho receipts during tlio past
week snow ti small tuning on as com
pared with thu week before. Tho de
crease, howevor, lias been much smaller
than at Chicago and St. Louts, both ot
which show a largo falling oil. Tlio
feeling last week was firm and active,
with a tendency toward higher prices.
Un Wednesday an advance of 10 cents
wit. sustained, and on both. Thursday
and Friday, 6 cunts. Ou Saturday tho
opening showed an advance ol' i(,f,10u
over Friday, but by tlio closo tUu" ad-
vanco was lost, tJn Monday a deeiiiiu
of Cg-lOc was siifi'erud. and on yester
day a further deolino of 510u. As
compared with a weuk ago prices are
lUCi' loo higher. I no range of sales a
week asro was from Sii.-r)i.('0, with
tho hulk from S0.!W(Afi.45 On yesterday
sales ranged from 6.05fJiUi.y5; bulk
While there lias been a quiet fooling
to lliu wheal market durinr the oast
week, yet, under tho Iniluoneo f light
receipts and a firmer feeling at tho
principal Eastern markets ou account
of thu blockaded condition of thu rail
roads, values hero havu sustained quilo
an advance Hut little trailing lia- been
done either on shipping or speculative
account, operators being disposed to go
alow. No. 8 cash soul yesterday at 8;)e,
against 7Bu bid a week ago. No. 2 easli
has been bid up 3 7-8c, and No. 1 cash
True to name. I have thoronKlilv tested for
nurty enrs tlielr lnirdlhootl nnd productive
ness and iceoiiimeiid llielr eulttlii! Ihrnnxlimit
NoithWeM .MKmmiiI Also
Shrubs, Flowers, Etc,
Tho market yesterday was firm but
quiet, buyers being slow biddurs and
propeity from thu leased premises, or1 sales in consequence light,
shall in any manner dliposo of such
crop, or attempt to dispose ol the samw,
so as to endanger, hinder or delay thu
landlord nom tuo collection oi ins rent
or when tho rent is due and unpaid,
tlio person to whom thu rent is owing,
or hu agent, may, before a justicu of
tho poaco, or thu clerk of a court of
record buying Jurisdiction of actions,
by attachment in ordinary cases of thu
county in whleh the premises ho, make
affidavit of ono or more of tho f nets
aforesaid, and that ho believes, unless
an attachment issue,' the plaintiff will
lose his rent, wheroupon such officer
shall Issue an attachment for the rent
against tho porsonal property, includ
ing the crops grown on thu demised
premises of tho person liable for the
same, but no such attachment shall is
suo until the plaintiff lias filed with thu
officer tho Instrument ot writing state
ment of putition, upon whioh To sues
inthomannur proyled by law in' actions
by attachment and given bond, exo
cuted by himself or by somo responsi
ble ptrson as ntinolp'al, m double tlio
amount sued for, with good security to
the defendant, to indemnify tho de
fendant, it appear thii attachmonc has
been wrongfully obtained.
No. 47 by Senator l'chlo Requiring
railroads to maintain a lawful fencu
along their lino of road and making
them liable for damages occasioned on
account ot violation of this net. ' '
Mr. Vorlos homo kill, providing that
a porson to bo acquitted of a crimo on
tho gronnd of Insanity must establish
tho tact that insanity existed ut the
tmo of tho commission ot thu crimo,
was read a third time, but upon, Its
final passage, and defeated by u cod
Corn lias also sustained somo advance
durlim tlio weuk, No. 2 mixed cash sol
ling at 41 l-2o yesterday, against 40
t0 1-2ca wnok ago. Thcro lias also
boen considerable activity to tlio mar
kut. Traill ig has been mostly on ship
ping ncoount, tlio speculative demand
Inning been light. Receipts have boen
largo, anil tlio stock in inovator is vap
idly inuroasing. A week ago thuio
wero 350,727 bushels In storo; against
447,933 bushels yesterday an increaso
of 1)1,200 bushels.
l-'nrmers should p.itrnlilc this old establish- 1
munt amlKi'l Mock worth their money.
T. W. GAUNT, Proprietor,
I1ANNU1A1. SOl'Klt. Am-m, Orcitim, Mo.
Whereas li deed ot trust, dated ilu l9t day
of delolier Is"", and leeniileil in the Kecord.'i- s
Olil.v ot Unit enmity, Mo . In Honk 'M at l';u.'f
71, Oliver C l'lunnner nnd .Mry U. I'liimnirr
eoiiveyeil lo urvei liraves, as irnstee,
tlx fnllotiiK di"eillied real (-stale. !lnir and
liehii! In the county of Unit unit Slate of Mis
sniirl, to-wlt i
('oinmenelnB elslit;rods south ot the iioith-eai-t
emner ol Hie snullii-ast fourth ! the
northwest iponler of section ')'.'. township oo,
riiii!,'easj theiiee south lllly sfM-u decrees west
fniirleen lods nr Willi ( I, Anderson's lino lo
the center of tint iiraneh. thunee soulh thlil.
llo ilCKrees e:it fmn roils nnd 1J l-s links;
thciiLO north 57 decruei east Ihronuh or aernss
the renter f a well it rods ami T links lo the
e.ist lint) , thunci! novth S ruts nod 7 links In
tliu conimei'ciiitf lorm.i , lOntniniin! ai-um or
an nere, moru or lesi. Coniminehis ut n jmlnt
smith 57 degrees west of the center id the well
nn the koulli line, theiuii south ai decrees east
10,-u.li and 1-1-'-' links, theme ninth :'U rmU and
i link, tlicneo soatli 0" iIi-kicps wesi ihinuiih
the center of the well In the licchinliiK. The
whule lielii" n unit ef the northeast csmer of
the southeast fourth of the northwest ipiatlvr of
.seetlon a.', township fitf, ranso 3S.
Whleh said deed of trust was made to secure
t In payment of n curtain niomlsMiiy note in
v.ilil deed of trust nieullnueil ant li--.i-i lt il ;niul
whereas, ilefault has liecn mailt) la the payment
lit said note.
Now, therefore, under the provisions of said
deed of trust, and hy virtue of the power theie
In contained, the iiiuU-i'lmii-il Tiu-i will nili-r
all tho riKlit. tllhi, liiteiest and elalm of the said
Oliver I). Hummer and Mary K. I'lummer,
Hie ulinve real estnte.aforesalil for sulo at pulillo
vendue, to tho hl(!lietit hldder for rash, at tlio
Court llnniu' door In the cllvot Oreuou, Molt
county, Mo hetween the hurs of nine o'eloel;
tu tliu forenoon and tlvo o'clock In tlieafteiuooa
JUIIMD.VY, MAltCH 13th, 1SS3,
I'or tho lairp.uses of said trust.
OUVin. (UtAVES, Trustee.
FOR SALE !
I have the following lands whleh I
wish to sell: ci'ii furnish good title, and
also guarantee to bo
Clear of Taxes.
Will sell on ronsonuble- terms, purchas
er paying one-third down, and seeming
deferred payment on land, or other
first class securities, with 10 pur cent,
40 acres S. W. of S. W. section 8,
township (V.), riingo ;!8. Cheat) at the
iiguios I will make, til) acres I; 1-2 N'.
V. section fi, township i'J. raneo 38.
110 acrus in S. W. ot section 17,town
ship 00, lange 38, about 00 acres iu cul
tivation, iialaneo good young limber,
about 200 bearing nppio trees; good
water in wolN; ono of tho finest locu
tions in i lie county for a fruit farm.
lOi) acres ti. W of suction 23, town
ship 01, range 39: half in wild grass;
balance iu cuitivatinu: all fenced.
80 acres west half S. W. of section
20, township 111, range 40; about fifty
act in in cultivation; small orchard;
balance of laud can be cultivated.
i:. i. zooic,
Forest City, Mo.
M K. church, Sunday
The following Is the
Opculng piece. "iSlory to Ond m the
Highest," by school.
I'rayer, by Pastor.
Song-"H'alk iu the light," by Ida Car
Declamation Ida Watson.
Song "I loyu the Sunday School,"
Speech "Saint of God," iiuttha Heck.
Speech "Mule Urandmu," .Maggy l'tr
kins. Speech "Never Mind," Helle Colcuiau.
8oiig-"Smgof Mis love," C. Hob'.lt
zcll's class and Kev Uncle's class.
Dcclaimiliou Cora Hussol.
"l'arson's Hide," Winnie Iloblllcll.
Deelanmlion Octavia Wlllard.
Di'clainntlmi Kinipa Foster.
Song "(ircenlaud's ley .Muuutaln9,"
Song I.ula IMiyns.
Duclauvillon Myitli; Kygrr.
Knay .Miss Maltio Olen.
Select readlug Frank Itoidocl:.
The e.vvrclscri will be intorsperstd with
short uitdr?ses by 1'aUor, Hov. Heck and
I, .M, liiisucss.
Cluscmg siin--Ia!o 18.
The Temperance Alliance of Holt conn
ty met In Oicnoii, Feb., .", 18S3, at Dr. I.u-
kens' olllce, according lo announcement.
Mcitine; eallid to order -by electing Jus.
Scott, prvsldcut, nnd Xinl llublltell, sec
retary. Motion was made by S. Carothers that a
committee ol four bu appointed to circu
late petitions praying the Missouri Wgisln
ture, now in session to submit apiolilbltory
amendment to the date constitution. Car
ried. 7he following committee was up-pointed-'
J ' Menifee, O C 11 111, D.m Sehulte, (!
On motion, .las. Scott was added tu thu
Thu bnaid also inslcuctA each of tin-coin-mlttcc.
to uso due diligence in procuring
names nnd to hand tl.eir petitions to the
president hy Saturday evening, Feb. 10:h.
Adjouineil to meet by call of the presi
dent. 2sa.L UimuT7Xi.i,
Do the rliurclios,lido Individual
Chrlstian.t, do .Sunday-jchool teachers,
do Young AlimV ChrJan .Vssoelatiotw
iu tlic.'ie ilnjjc'ilTfelcnlly honor nnd
rely upon the4ra8piril? Do wo let
him fill us?
We, the undersigned, unite ia,ii call up
on tho fruit growers of Holt county lo.
meet wltlt us at tho Court lloivo in Or
egon on Saturday, Feb. 17th, at 1 o'cl'k
v, m., for the jnivposu of organlzin n
County Horticultural Society.
X. F. Murray,
Dr. A. (Siis)fu,
T. I. Ktc.''k,
,1. X Menifee,
W. II. Higgle,.
K 1.. Allen,
las. Curtis, and nther.i.
Mls Fannlo l'rice asks .you to call
and see her. up stairs over Irn Fctci''&"
store, Oregon. Mo., where shu inlendci
o uarry on tlio luflness ol dres.s.niak
ng, cutting and Utting her specialif
I.lne.ot l'luco Goods for
Can bo seini at Ira I'etur's.
get ono at reasonaldn terms
on H. I'. Zook, Forest City.
Lost or Strayed.
As I Iiavo rpialllied and entered upon
the duties of sheriff, I am compel, ml to
elo-o out my stock of Hoots, Shoes.Hats
and Caps ami Cunts' Furnishing Good
These goods arc offered at I'liinu Cost,
aim inu-t bo sold iu order to givo up
tho business, and g:vo possession of
1'arties knowing themselves to bo In
debted to niu, are requested to come
forward and settle their accounts, oltli
cr by cash or note, within thiitydays.
AMOS .1. CASTLF.
A week tnailn nt hoinn hy the Industri
ous. Ile.'it business niw before the imb
llc. CanltHl not needed. We will start
von. illn. women, hovs and iilrl want
ed uverywliero to work fr us Now Is tho time.
Yon ean work lu spare time, or kIvo your wliolo
tlmo to thu business. No other business will
pay you nearly as well. No ono ean fall to mako
euorinoiu pay by eniriiRliift at onee. Mostly out
lit and terms free. .Money made fast, uaslly,
and honorably, Adtlrein True & Co., Augusta,
Ciiicaoo, FehrnurjS. A marked ad.
vanco was noted in pork and lard to day
whleh tins led to I ho very general Im
pression among board of trado mon
that a squeeze In provisions for Febru
ary has beuun,
Humor kas it that Armour Dros. hold
200,000 barrels ot pork, nnd have a long
lino of shorts, not only In this country
but in Europu nlso. Small receipts In
tbo stock mnrkot In hogs Is about
exhausted, so that tho corner can now
bu run with eomuaratlvo ease,
N. K. Fairbanks & Co, aro said to
control nearly thu entire stock of lard,
and aro credited with operating in con
junction with Armour In meats,
Tim Chicago Packing and Provlqlou
comvmny aro said to be in pissoseioh and
nro running a squeeze tor February.' '
In addition wheat hits shown an ad
vancing tendency lor some days,' and
it Is said David Dowa & Co. nro putting
thu screws under that eoroal tor Fubru
aiy. " Finally, thoso who ran tlio Janu
ary c.orn corner nro credited with an in
tention to repeat tho deal for March
All leadlnrr articles, therefore, it is be
liuvcd, wl" bo under a full manipulation,
fl. E. HOPE & S. T. PORTERj
UsnutMturtn and Proprietor! of
WIWtI H I xmiis rc
AUGER CHURN DASH,
tUUtwtahlm to any round wood or itonu cliorn.
win cnuro uuttcr in o to i
A,Mr, . IIIU Jk I'ltllTKIt.
' Ulrbtvllio. .
ft to 12 milium nnd th
WtnU anted In every county In th u. ti
11 churn linllnr
ft nt urn time. A child 5 yn. old can do tba
ehnrnlng. Churn lluh and Dairy Thermomatar,
t with Btona or wood churn comnleta, fl-W
M. Sarber, of Sabetha, Kansas.
was in town, this week.
l'lcachins at tho Union school
house, .Sunday, by O. C. Hill.
Charles W. Thomas went to Fair
fax last Thursday on legal business.
Persons desiring to buy farms or
town property, should call on W. IE.
lloH'iuan, Oregon, Mo.
.lohit Hltim has retired from thu
firm ot Hoss & Co., Forbe's, nnd is now
recupoi tiling until tho blackberry suas-
on cmmis ai'niind apin.
Within tho jurisdiction of thu .Su
preme Grand Lodge ot Odd Fellows
there aro 7,iir Lodges with 174.8:58
members. Iu Missouri there arc :151
Lodges with lj,.jii,J niumbers. Tho ol
der is steadily advancing.
"1 move' .said a delegate In a Vir
ginia convention, "that, our chairman
take a doso of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
ho is so hoarse Unit I cna not under
stand him." That gentloman had no
doubt tried this wonderful medicine
Wo have turned out, recently, sov
oral very neat Jobs of lottcr-hoads, as
well as other kinds of job work. Wo
invito an inspection of our sample books
and will guarantee .satisfaction. Our
prices aro as low as first class work can
bo dono for, and roniember, we send
out no other kind of woik,
Fodder cut and cured at tho prop
tlmo and well cared for afterward, is
an excellent and valuablo food for cattlo.
For fattening or for slock cattlo it Is as
good as liny, wlulo for mileh cows it c.-
ccds In value any son of hay with
ivhleh wo aro acquainted, with tho ox-
option, perhaps, of kept clover hay.
Wo though tlioru was an ordinance
riAiiivo to leaving teams hituhed on the
its after a curtain hour In the nlclit
Gf thcro Isn't, thcro should be. if thotu is.
You should co nt onco to .losopbfit should bo onf u'ced. Ouo of thu col
A pair of hound:-; both malt-; one alt
whlto with black spots on hips and icd
ears. Tho other white nnd black spoi
led, black pvt'dniulnatitig, and dull;
ours. (X) reward leading fo.ivcovcry.
Addri's, James leclkhe,
White Cloud, Ka..
I will toll my celobratcd half-bred
Norman stallion, Young Denmark, at
the ;soilaway Valley I-air Grounds in
Mnitiaml, Missouri, on
Saturday, Februray 24th,
nl In-.. TV..,..,.,..!. !..... I
t.v ,,, w biiibn, J 'VII lllt.l IV la ii JllilllU!
any bay; eight years old, and Is a largo
uiiu unuiy pro lonioncti norso 01 irruat
lower aim euiiuianco. no was strut
y tho celebrated stallnn. Denmark.
Imported In 1874 Ills dam was of tho
celuuratcil hampson stock, so well and
favorably known in Illinois.
1 i;kms : A credit of twelve months
will bo given, piirchasur givlnir notu
with approved security, bearing ten per
cent, niicrest itoni uaio.
GEO. S. rOUTER.
Is now the law, and Joseph Grove, ot
Finest City, is offering Ins entire sioel;
of goods nt cost, in order to iptit- busi
ness. Tliesu nro tho events of thu season.
If yon want aibood Meal or a nico Oys
ter Supper or anything In tho CVnfec
tinnury line, remember to call at thu
Restaurant ot Howard & Sons, fif.t
ili.or cast of King & Pioud's drug stoic..
YOU CAJs GET
.il.OO FOR OOc.
by gtdng to Joseph (.roves at Forest
'itv, and buying your goods of him,
at lus closing out sale.
If Your Team
Groves, Forest Oity, and purchase a L
ttnur ent rv iniiiwnij Ilu ti3 in Inn mit r J
his entire stock at cost, in order to
closo up business.
not, life Is sweeping hy, ko and rlaro
before you illu, something mighty
anil suhllmu limvo liehlnil to cimiiuT
time. SOI a ut'ek In your oivn town.
i&iuitnt fiee. Nnrlslc. KvcrythhiKMi'W, Cap
flol not Mqulroit, Wo Will furnish yon nvi-ry-thine
Many are inaklni; fortmies. I.ailles
muko as much as men. unit boys ami ulrls make
groat miy Iteailer, If Jim want IhihIuchs at
which nm ean mako cieat pay all tho time,
wrllufor particulars to II. llnlk'lt & Co., I'm t
" is; "r Ml-'V AtAT -tetsa
i-u,i i, i;yti i.u:su.iiiniirf. iiii.n, ii,
i?: T; r v Whirrs?
nu issm.ii t ,4itU.i W 'I. fin's).
(1, , V Ji I-'CIIIOII "IlOi-l,
nights last week, nfter 12 o'clock,
team was hituhed on tlio square, and
beon a g i oil part of tho day. It Is
not a rare occurrence, eithar. It la
bcfstly, and should bo Eoverely puu-.
It don't look well to stop your homo
pjjper for tho purpose of patronizing
somo fur off printing offico whore thoy
don't know or euro whore, you live, or
whether your name is DJ-ek or Dennis.
You may get more reading mattor for
the samo monoy, butyou don't get tlio
homo nows. You may get moro words.
In tho dictionary than in tlio blblo, but
if you nrc hunting yospul you wont find
It in Webster. If you read to sou what
has happened In the different parts of
your county, you wont find it in tho
New York paper. In short, if yon
seek to patronizu hnnio nnd have homo
patronize you, bu a consistent subscri
ber for nnd read tho tnotripolltun papers
if you liko but don't orgot at tho samo
timo to patromzo home. Nodaway
It IS Useless
for any man, woman or child to wear,
themselves cut looking for a bslUr line
than can bo found at. Ira Peter's, Or
gon, Mo. Stock thu largest, Assort
ment the best. Prices the luwust. Ite
Most complete line over offered in Holt
Can bo seen by callin2 on
ix.a npisj xinxt,
I. DP. ZOOI,
and sea what beuifo for you toward;
buying a farm.
rrtu iii Low u Tiivi-mk ,. ii,i. oi ino
..rankl-ft . ,.i . 7. iwii
in i.unn JirailMI I, f lolt I'OUlltV Mn
I eur.olil rniu. l,ilf i..j "". ".
face, marked with imiterb It n 'right ear br,',S,
on left hlji uiilutelllKuble. AHproiUrt w 4
A. W7 VAKCAMP-
11 IHil who. ifo, not Imi, rVve iC WW .T."
nines remain a poverty.
chance to make moaey. y0 "ant mini KSS
women, boys ana bWs to wnrk forWj'i.iV.'P
their own looslitics. b !ni ,,;,..,.'IJ-U.s.r1i;l't hi
tlielr own local t os, .Any one can iin ii.b. .
properly from tho tirst iuu ti "
nay more lliaii tent hues ordlniiv Si1."" 'i'J'
pensive otnni iiirnlslici f reo. So Vino whn 7.. "
p ;i? jMss i t reT saasSSSi
Co., t'ortlund, Maine. Uf M'tlntuo &