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OREGON. MISSOURI, 3TRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1883.
READ THIS I
There nro sovcral hundred of our
subscriber considerably behind on sub.
scrtptton . Wo trust tiny will neglect
this matter no longer. It amounts to
only a dollar or twit to each of them,
but (o ui it amouls to over $1,000 of
bnrd-oarncd mouoy. Put yourself In
our place wouldn't you want tliocasliP
llosldes, wo aro roally in urgent need
of It.' Subscribers can ascertain the
nmount of arrearage by referring to tlio
tUto on their paper iunncdiatoly follow
lug their Dame. You can remit by post
oilleo money order at our expense. Wo
trust that wo will be spared tho neces
sity ot placing these accounts in other
hands for collection.
Probate Court Is In session.
Jailer Phllbrlck has four boardors.
W. A. Huntsman is selling tho Es
George Chadduck spent Sunday in
Charley Lukons will teach the
Tho road ovcrscor Is Improving tho
rsad to Kunkcltown.
Thn Couuty Clerk wants to pur
chase lllty cords of wood.
A house containing six rooms for
rent ; apply nt this office.
Captain Frazor. of Hound
was on our streets Monday.
Jauius II. ilarrls, of Rcattlc, Kan
sas, U visiting friends in the county.
Levi Crouscr will go' to south Mis
iourl,m :i few days, on n visit to friends
Jasper Hurley, of Iowa Point, died
lat Saturday of phlegmonous erysipe
las. James A. Hoyd and family, of Sa
lem, Nebraska, arc tho guests of Houry
Ocorga Douglas and Adolph Ware
went to Soucea, Kansas, Mouday with a
load of apples,
Rev. Carothers, of this city, has re
turned from hli three weeks visit with
Iriciids in noithniHMissonrl.
Illinois manufactures mora whisky
than any other state, niul Puorla moro
than any other city in the Union.
Jciouilalt Kclluy will build thotresl
donee ot Mat Gelvlu, and Hobltlzell &
FinkHton will furnish tho lumber.
JuHics Hopper and John McMutlln
lift Sunday for southern Kansas. They
go with the viow of purchasing land.
Mrs. Adolph Waro and Mrs. C. O.
" Proud returned last Friday from their
visit with Irionds In l'uublo, Colorado.
Ur. Lukens has mado somo ucat
improvements to his dental rooms. Ho
now has one ol the nicest olllces in tho
Wiilinm T. Crawford nud MuUio
Fields look a pleasure trip to Iowa lat
week, and, wo nro Informed, leluiiied
husband and wife.
J. II. Steele, i.f Heuton township,
nn mc-constable, who left for Texas sev
eral months ago, lin returned with bin
family to Mound City.
D. T. Cimiiulim, last week threshed
XfiU bushola of "Tuikey." wheat from
sixteen acres, and .'150 bushels of-'Tea"
wheat from twonty acres.
Mote Dodge and K. A lirowu, of
Mound City, loft thU week for Spirit
Lake. Wo trtut Mr. Dodge will ruiurn
much improved in health.
A. W. Vancamp ih ramuvliig his
mill from the old stand to tho river
uank near the farm of Michael May
near th White Cloud ferry.
Henry Alklro ha returned from
Ills projecting tow through tho south.
He will buy land ami open a cattle
rancho. lie attended tho re-unlou at
A now switch is put In on tho Ku
, lo bra'mih, on tho It. F. Cunningham
farm near tho lllg Lake. ;Mr. Cunning.
vham, hwouhderrtand, will open up a
kigcnral meichaudlw at this
V aoknowludgo through Mrs.
Uiitf The Pool,!. The
Vi0ly Pintd vxty
td by the Hoard u('
ji-r hsrti oil
n u report.
King and daughter. ...
ArvllK .u'l-jinpimlwl l
in U on hr ay cut, un j;n'ti
the fanillv of Ularka Proud. Thoy
,ii dellnhled wltli-ourBpleaaut little
Rov. S. Cnrothcru will iireaoh nt
iehvillo nnxt Sunday at 11 a. m , mid
Oiejron nt plgnt. Roy. w.t. oiuiian
ill llll his appolutment at Triumph at
Vclock, and at the Dulled nrelhrou
rali nt 9 p'ulook, Siimlny. All invl
-T. Nelson Claiborno, nu cntwrptU
H icitUon of Utilou township, was In
. oily Monday. Ho informed us tint
nf-urly sulllclent money had been sub.
nurjbed lor building Urn luvco around
.itn'ln ltl.fktf.nf 11 fi'fim ftvni'HlllV fr.ini
the Uigand I.diloTiirkius. Mr. I'lai
lioriiu wn oli bis way to 'Fob town
Khlp to toe Judge Quick;
ir - Dr.Twy-
Craig is to havo n fair association.
No. 2 wheat is worth CO and 70 cts.
Tho Mound City schools begin Sep-
Items of news sont us will ho high-
"Mother Hubtiard" unities aro
now quite "tho thing."
Professor Hill lectures at Mnryvlllo
Kansas, on the '.'2nd lust.
Oaktcv Marion Is running a thresh
er, and Is ns busy ns a bee.
W. 11. Carroll and wllo will teach
In Oneida, Kansas, this fall.
Gcoreo Jacobs has purchased tho
Joel Hester place for $160.
Mrs. Moses Iiennctt furnished tho
first tomatoes of tho season.
C. K. Corsaut, tho live merchant of
Hound City, was in our city Inst Friday
I.. M. Thompson, of Maitlund, was
tho first to reply to our call to pay up.
"Hilly" NIcs Is now doing tho tin
work for W. II. Williams at Forest City
'Phis is a irood tlmo to sco us, and
settle up. lly being prompt you might
Moto Dodgo and wife. Mound City,
were entertained a lew days last week,
uy Mrs. uaii zook.
Tho county court of Nodaway
county nt tho August term refused lo
grant dram sbop licenses.
Houry Nios went to Mound City on
Saturday. Ho was anxious to sco the
Mi ii oral Springs that's all.
Gus Woiglc has commenced build
ing his new resldtmco. Hoblitzull &
Pinkstou will furnish tho lumber.
Chailoy llarucs, formerly of
Mound City, is now a resident ot Ar
kansas City, Kansas. Hu Is doing well.
Tho Attoriicy-Genoral of tho stato
has decided that the Recorder of Deeds
of ii county has no right to administer
Our city council at Its hut meeting,
Tuesday ot last weuk, reduced tliodram
shop license, from four hundred to three
After January 1st, 1881, tho Mnry
vlllo Republican, Democrat and Times
will bo sent ouly to those, subscribers
who pay in advance.
The session acts passed by tho last
logmlaliiro havo arrived and Justices of
peaco can get their copy by calling on
Circuit Clerk Alklro.
A meeting of tho citizens of Forest
City will hu held on to-morrow, Satur
day, to take action looking to the repair
of tho levee near that city.
Wo hoar Dr. Pool, of Mound City,
spoken of as performing some wonder
fill cities: His Pool of Siloam is quite
populai as a placo of resort.
We aro prepared to do all kind of
job work m lirst class oidor. Wo mako
a specially ot line printing, bntisiac
tlou guaranteed and prices reasonable
August and September aro recog
nized as the sickliest season of tho year
and it is important to mo moro than
ordinary caro about sanitary obscivan
cut. --Consult tho printed dale following
your name on tho margin of I'm. Si:n
tinfi. . Il will tell you jiM how vour
subscription account btatids with tlio pa
per. -An open-air concert will b- given
by the Holt County Cornet Hand un the
beautiful lawn In fiont of tho losidenoo
of Ileniy Sliutts, Sutiudav evening, An
gnitl8th. I). McDonald, funnel ly of lo.v.t
City, is now In Warsaw, Wisconsin, in
the interest of the 'McDonald l.umhcv
Co,, ot Missouri. Hu is the right mini
in tho right placo,
IVofes.sor S. A. Conway, of L ithrop,
Mihsonrl, has been selected by Commit
(donor Drake, to teach tho Forest City
school. Ho is n graduate in a completo
course ami comes highly recommended.
--J. C. Nigh, of Savaunah, was on
ourstrceU Saturday. While hero ho
contracted for furnishing a hur3dnio
monument to bo erected over Jhu gravo
ot our much houoied deeeas A citizen,
O. O. Proud has gono to the "far
wwt". He rlgifod up n span of dimin
utive donkeys on hut Tuoduy J mid in
company with Adolph Wariflkwswl
the rivor Into Kansas. Clark Mas well
loaded tvltli ipples having aboothioo-
iikI a hull i'tul I in in r"i'.'
M.nyvllli. m maki.ig i
pi'opai.ui'. in i 'i tii foiUu'ij'f v,
dleis nj uui iii ho htdd in
uoiiiuii'iieina ih littt ftlaiMt
tenib.'v. All ld soldlow w $ .
ulhi'niJ with LUirintian MoVOhi
R. of thlv Ojy. WUl !Ii-n
i-n ii'Ul v " 1 1
uat', I'r ii. U.
lai; W J - K'liiy, 01 tnw
., ii domj; hU vorv br!'..ciMiro a
Hi'-- in id from t. ,U,- ! r,j Vails-
.t " " tho Mii.u ' i. ,t ,f. r ','ir puo
p'n l.ojie hp fllf 4tK y.i tills
will give us tuo ii,iily niiu'.. , Vy
It may bo Hint the 03luiUee ,,art
meiit m iy remilro n littla asiiiliK-o
from our buiucs mon, and In that
ovent, we hope our clll.en will answer
tho call promptly.
A person who claim? to ho success
ful In keening eggs lha your around
gives tho followhii! it-' Joust'1 Tg one
pint of salt and ' tit of fresh tlmo
Id f.;r g.,!l.i Aug wator. When
wild put Into Bit rs. Theu'wlth i)
dish, Mtfdoivu ' fi'esh eggs I' lt,
tliipi:;thoilW after it lllis ftho
llnwld.-Jo th ey will roll out wlftrtut
rirunliliKA ! it'll. Ibr.lt tllO sliutt IS
orAckud Ik ka will simll. Put- tho
fggt. In wJZiovei you havo fresl. umas.
tup thr ycovorcu in a cuoi iHi'ur,,m
ey jrfHctp tor u year, .
Charley hangs to-night on n, gate.
Joo Hoblit7.cU, Maltland, wns here,
Silas Ruchcr will teach tho New
Now Is tho tlmn to subcribo lor
Mark Strlckler, of Mound City,
was In town Tuesday.
Kd nnd Albert Whltnicr nro visiting
in UlenRock, Nebraska.
Miss Ida Jackson, of Mound City,
is the guest ot Anna Thtima.
Miss Kmn'la Curry is tlio guest of
Miss Carrlo Cowan, of Now Point.
Undo Jimmle Duncan has just had
a nico bam erected on his resident lots.
Patrick Tangiioy Is putting a coat
of pitch on tho root' of tho school builX1
ing. Tho editor acknowledges courtesies
from Cant. W. T. F.ddv and I). L. Ni
Horn, to Charles W. .lakcns and
wife, Tuesday evening, Aujf?t llth '83,
Uriah Copoland returned to his
homo noar Wlnllcld, Kansas on Mon
Samuel Halm, of Can county, is at
present tho guest of his brother, Dan'l
John Markt and family, ot upper
Holt, wcro vlnittng lu the city a few
days last week.
Judge Knowles was on tho sick list
last week. Marrying people Is too much
foi' his nervous system.
A. C. Revnn, a former resident of
this city, is among his many friends. Ho
is now a resident of FnlN Citv, Neb.
Street Commissioner Nipher is do
Ing the best work ever done uu our
sticcts. Ho IsJim tho man for tlio placo.
Crobon Cotton nud Fred Marklaud,
of White Cloud, Kansas, woro smiling
upon the young .adies of Oregon last
Mr, Stephen Collins, ono of our
substantial citizens, was very ill lust
woi-k, but wo are glad to loavu Is now
At the prosont time tho indications
nro flittering for a largo attendance ?.l
our Normal School larger, perhaps,
than over before.
Thomas Miller, living near tho Un
ion school, is building a handsome red
donee to his addition Hoblltzcll &
Pinkstou furnishes tlielumbor.
Miss lfossle Sopor, who has been
spending tevoral wco'-u- with her many
friends In Oregon, returned to h-r
homo in St. Joseph, last Tuesday.
Juko Foster, Jr., has been suffering
for several dajs from a lame foot. o
hope hu will soon be In his accustomed
place the "bunk" In tho livery stable
W. W. Pnco. of Now Point, will
havo charge f the boarding tout on the
camp-meeting grounds in Caehnian's
crovu: mcctlnc to commenco August
W. II. '.Vnggoner.of Hickory town,
ship, and his accomplished diushlor,
Miss Annie, gavo us a pleasant call
this week, amiinvostlgaled tliu uiy.stu
rlis of tho print shop.
Tho friends of Miss Annie Ryor-
son, who has been absent id Canon City
Colorado, for over a year, will be glad
to hear of her return to this city. Sho
will maku Oregon her homo.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Marllu desiro
to express through Tin: Suntinki. their
lasting gi aitiiiue 10 kuiu menus wuo ox
tended their sympathy and did so much
fur them in their lato bereavement.
-Tho following rcelpo, handed us by
Mr. Callaway, is warranted to bo Mire
death to cabbage worms: Half pint of
coal ml, half pound soap, anil tlireo gtl
Ions water mixed together and sprinkled
over the cabbage.
D. M. Martin has just comiilcted a
maznlllccut to; ot double-buggy harness
tor .Mel iiouiuzeii, which ueais any
thing In the harness Hue tlr.it has been
turned out in this city for miiiic time.
Dan keep the beet stock, nud turns out
lliu uest oi won;.
St. Joseph (iazotto: Messrs Dobyus
& Curry havo purchased tho County
Papor of Oregon and changed Its name
to tho Holt County Sentinel. Thoy
havo made a marked lmprovomeiii,nnd
under their ablo management doubtless
tho Skntinf.l will continue to advance
in its sphere of usefulness.
No man Is tinder any obligdlon lo
gal or moral to enslave himself in order
to lay up wealth for Ins children ; but
every parent owes his child the best ed
ucation within his power to secure the
most completo moral, religious aud In
tellectual training possible. How few
fully meet their responsibilities in theo
Tlio U.S. government has organ
ized n bouid Of pension examiner at
this city, consisting of Duclors Ilacko
dorn, Morrison nud Gosdsou, The
board organized by electing D. Moni
son, presidont; Dr. Hackedoru, secro
tary, and Dr. (ioodsou, tioauror. Tho
board will meet at tho oilleo of Dr.
Ilaekedorn tho first of each month
Shqrlff Oalo anil his deputies,
Henry Cook and houls Moore haru
been quite busy tho past wifck serving
papers for Circuit touit. The follow.
Jus petit Jurors wcru Eiiminonedi Ar
thur Itussel, D. W. l'Jvans, S. Hardy.
Sol Loiter, jiiciib Harmon, Jr., Jacob
Wohrlo, V. Q. Andes, J, (I. Kddv, Kd
(, Icnson, Robert GMK G. M. Dodve,
Dun Smith, Guori;u Ruiiiluo. Charles
Wiley, O. Sehlotzliaucr, J. II. Uoblit
iyll, John S. Curtis, Andrew Cuir, J
soph Hodgins, Adam Fllnn, J. II. 1 1 n 11'
Uoitor, Thomas Story, F. M. Dego, H
Miss Isaao Lamb Is still very ill.
Subcrlbo for The Sunti.ni:i., tho
oldest paper In the county.
T. W. Collins, St. Joseph, was In
the city this week oij legal business.
I'ha report that flux is liruvallin
comes from every ipiartcr of tho county
K. A. Welty, a live business man of
iMoumi oity, was on our streeia Satur
in. ,1. Jvyger anu lice Heeler were
In nttendaiicu at tho Craig races Thurs
A. S. Kcovos, a promluont businoss
man ot Savannah, is with his brother,
T. C. Duncan was over In Kansas
last weal;, looking after his laud iultr
Tlio teachers of tho county noma
re-union at Mound City this Thursday
On Saturday, to-morrow. Profosor
uraKc wilt iioiu oxaminations loricacii
crs at Mound City.
Mrs. Mlucrva llond will lcavo Mon
day for Maryvllle, Missouri, whero sho
will visit Irleiuls ami relatives.
Thoro will be prcaehiii'r at Woods
school house next Sabbath at 1 r. M.,
and at Orogon in tho orening at tlio
Dr. Kerr, of Fillmore. Andrew
county, canto over last Wednesday and
went on a cntcKun limit out tu Kansas
with tho Oregon hnntcrs.
If tlicro Is a member of Company A,
un .m. t. m., remain'' III lion cotiiuv.
ho will pleaso forward his nanio ahd ad-
mess to mo editor oi tins paper
Tho mnny friends of Mls Alice
Cassidv ucc Parker, of DeSoto, Inr.'a,
wll be delighted to hoir of her Intended
visit to Ori'gmi in luc near Ititiue.
No.uly all tho forty and lifty dol
lur schools In the nouiily are taught by
thoo who havo been educated at the
Northwest Noimul school la Oregon.
The Oregon Quintette Club will
cive n social hop at tho City Hotel, this
Friday evening, August 17th. Tickets
Including supper, one dollar per couple.
The Rev. A. A. Mathwes Is visitlns
his daiiirhtur, Mrs. T. 1). Roberts, ot
New Point, and will occupy the pulpit
ot tliu uregon i'reiuyierian ciiuiuii on
A number of poisons in search of
farms aro uuw-lii this section, nad ex
press themselves well pleased with our
laud. They could do no better in a.iy
other tectum ot our country.
-liuid Kvaiis had his preliminary hoar
inghikt Satuiday beloro 'Sipilro Wilkin
son, of Forest City. Ho gave bond for his
appearanco at the August term of couit.
Attoruov OT'alliui Hnncan-il fur tho
r.tato and K. Van Dusktrk for defense.
Kd Muxlow, the cenlal and whole
souled licit of tho "l'.ngdsb Kitchen",
Mound City, was in our city TucMlay.
Don't ask film his mission to Oregon,
unless you are on the opposite hidi of
tho street. Mr. Muxlow iVas accompa
nied by his wife, who spent the day
with .Mrs. P. P. Welly.
Comrades of Christian Moy'er Post,
G. A. R. will pleaso tuko notice that
thure will be a meeting of tho post Sat
urday cvoiiiug, August H.")th. Special
Itnpoi taut buein;ss demands tho pros
once of nil members. All comrades
elected and not mustered in aro invited
to bo presuiit without tail.
Tlio first number of tin Odoll Optic,
a ticat ilvo column quarto, piibliskod at
Odoll, Gcgu county, Nebraska, camo to
us this week marked "X." J.R. Dodds,
formerly of this comity, U editor, and
Will Collins, uu Or-igtui boy, Is pub
lisher Wo will glu.lly exchange, Will,
and gladly wish yon success m your
St. Joioph Herald: Tho Holt
Conntv Paper hnsbetsu purchased by
Dobyn's & Ctirrywho havo now given
the paper Its original name, the Holt
County Sentinel, and changed us form
from a seven column quarto to a soven
column folio. It has always been a
good paper and tho Sontlnel of tho fu
turo will far excel tho record of tho old
Sentinel or tho Comity Paper. It has
tho men back of It.
Now aud then iro read of sumo
hair breadth uscapo from a watory mavo
but Oregon now comes lo tliu front
with oiio, with her hero and heroine,
unprecedented by any one on recoul:
Ono night as the nlurs tliot forth their lummuiis
Ami tile evciilnjr, seciucit full of heaven's ilf-
Anil thor.iliu still waters (it IOniki-l town
Ki-iiiiumI In tell what plc!i,.iuv.i ilM uhuuiMt,
On tho ru.nt from Oruzuu town
On tlio i aino Willi luiidilFrauil.inlrtli,
H. voh l.iKhu im oar Willi nuiily ftnrtli ;
Out shut cni'li boat lUtli Its picclims louil.
Aroiiiiil the liiku Ihev gaylv rnnl,
When ramn ii souiiil from Ih" wati'W ili'i p.
TiIIIiik of horroisl dtil Cliurley hiti'.'
Nut a lilt of ll lllin a Iiitii hiavi',
In lio lihniueil hU Invi" tosavn , , .
l'lmlly tu iliii shore, like piutitlo-itucks camo
Tluno two lim-ra us wet, u uol as ruin
This, wo I'iill.lriu) love, lo tin? test,
Wlili-li put'ts ti'll us, Is fur tlu hosl.
Wi'ihlliu: cards iirliitnl with neatness nrut
illsiiatrli ut this mce.
All observer1 and an enquirer of tho
town has been exerting hinu-elf to llnd
the true htuto of tho crops ami their
eonditlon In this county. From farmers
and others who have travelled over tho
county lroni different points, and they
inform us una tno wueut crop iiiuu i.iii
and spring was never better, Iho spring
grain iiemg larger ami plumper man
horotoforoj the fnl grainls much linger '
t(..,i. vii,,ilnil fi.,111 tin, i.vi.i'ii 'vvliiliti '
than evpected fiom the severe whiter
nnd much bettor, lie hud hoard con
dieting reports of (lie corn crop, but tho
facts now develop n heavy crop, If ear
ly fiosU do not iuti'ifeiu. The oat
crop is simply Immense nud of excel
lout quality. The hay crop Is largo,
and tliu pulu,rgo1wuii never better at
th'ljfseiisuu of tho year, On this view
our fanner bhqitdj.bu happy and mer
Clark Phllbrlck Sundaycd hi St. Jo
W. V.. Hoffmann was in St. Joseph
on uuiinoss, tuts week:.
Mrs. O. W. Clmimlns has been
ipilte 111 for several days.
Jacob Froy, wo understand,
building a new residence.
-Mr. T. 0. Felix, oi New Point, will
attend the Stato University.
Mrs. P. P. Welty is entertaining
iutss livu ami rsamiiu .ntciicii, ot at
The Hull Conntv Press lins chanir'
cd Its day of publication from Saturday
Our nopttlav shoe merchant, Mr
Fred Secnian, has made some excellent
improvements to his store house.
-Take It back. Wo did not movo
last Iriday that's biingiiiuu's duy, and
wo nave not yet passed over our super
Mr. .1. II. Siillon, living on the
Gailh fartn, has completed Ids resi
dence. It Is one of the neatest in south
Joe Hatfield, the P. M., and George
uapp, mo nvo ineiciiaut, ot .Miiuianu,
wcro looking nt Saxtou's lino clock in
St. Joseph, last Tuesday.
J. K. houcks, Kins Grove, looked
in on us tills week. He is having a fo-
lions time with Hie of his hands, cans
cd by a ipllntcf runuliig into it.
Adliali Pinkbton Is now the most
popular of all tho young men In Forest
uiiv amontr mo votmi: i.vuo.s. tvnv?
Hccauso ho has just ptircliascu of 1J. M
Martin a tlno Tiinpltlii buggy.
We call the attoutlon of our read
ers this week to our "Rook notes and
Renews", which should bo road by ev
eryone a9 they will form a taste for
nigiicr iitorature. iney are, irom now
on, a permanent leaturu of tills paper.
Charlie lliodbeck has accepted a
position in tho drug house of T. S.
Hlude, mid entered upon Ids duties this
week. Charlie is a voting man of lino
bu-diioss qiiallllcallons, hono-t and in
dustrious, and under tlio stipcrvMou of
Air. d . U. riiiliiricic, one of tlio iji-sl
idiarmacisls in the slate, will undoubt
edly make a iiumbei ono diuggist.
Otto Krausc, of the Jennie Hoi-
man Couinimilioii, wincli played a
week's engagomont in this place last
winter, and gave such general satisfac
tion, was in our city, Wednesday.
Whllo hero ho mado arraiicemeiits to
play a wook's ciigngemnnt in Sterrctt'.s
Opera lliiiue, commencing Monday,
September :lrd. Many ol our proplo
will rcii'emhcr Mr K. us the pleasant
manager ami excellent commediaii ot
Last Tuesday moiuiiislv able bud-
led iih'ii, belonging to that class known
is llie " l ianii. , arnveii in our town
ami commenced their usual plea of
"out of inonoy.and can't trot any wurk :
can't you give me a little money to buy
something to eat, etc.," Thoy had not
been hero vorv loiir, when they were
all arrested on a search-warrant sworn
out bv Mr. Potter, tcleirraiih operator at
Forest Citv. who had his watch stolen
from his steepen;; room at tlio depot on
Monday iiignt, wnere iney nan stayed
all night. They wcro .searched, but of
cour.o the watch was not fuiuul, thoy
having taken precaution to dispose of
the watch until they worn searched.
Our woithy mayor told them that they
had just litteen minutes to get out of
town. They did not need a second in-
rltatiou, but skipped in a hurry.
-Tlmo has a wondeifiil power in
taking the conceit out of persons.
When a vouiig man lut emerges fiom
the seluol and enteis upon the career
of lite, it is painfully amusing to wit
ness his self .-.ulllcienev. Ilo would hare
all the woild In undei'slitnd that ho lias
earned out" that ho Is master of all
knowledge aud can unravel all myste
ries. Hut as he glows older, bo glows
wiser, ho learns tlml no Knows a gloat
deal less than he supposed he did, and
by the time he reaches to ihrcu-smro
years, ho is prepared to adopt as his
own thn -leutiiueut of John Wolo.y:
"When I was oiiii'', l was siiro of ev
erything; Ina few years, having lieen
misi.-iKcu a thousand nines, i was not
half as sure of ui 'sl things as 1 w.is ho-
foio. At present 1 am hardly sure of
anything but what God has lotu.ilcd to
The Hebrew poet, when the seal of
divinllv Mill "lUtcucd mi 'ho Median
bills, asked the guilt question of till
manitv. "Il'u man die shall h live
again P" ud the groat author td the un
IYOIho respiiiuied uy eioimng uio .iienis
With verduio, So it was then, so it is
now, Sims may kct, and nmonj may
wane, nut man ties down to rise again
Death camo with our llrsl parents troui
Kdeii, an edict that all must obey. On
Sunday evening, August U'lb, ISs;),
Anna II.. be oved wifo ol lieoige Adoluli
passed from earth to heaven, alter a llu-
'oruig illness, and tho uows of ner de
mise cast a gloom over her many friends
She was lovcd.by all who knew her, as
she was a model nife, an aiTcctlouuto
I mother, a devoted christian and a tuio
fieud, and In her death her husband
I and children Miffor an irreparable loss,
for sho will novel' nsaiu shed the held
son of her presence over hor household,
! and her memory will bo revered, not
1 only by her bereaved family, but by all
' who know her. Mrs. Adolph was m
her S'.'ud year, having been born In An
gen. Ami Miwlhelm, linden in March,
in.u, ami camo id amcr-ca a urine
soipo thirty years ago, and fettled with
hue liiwlmnil In Unit I'ninilv-. whnlis it
her luiifbaiid In Holt comity, whoio she
lived up to tno tune, ot her death, a
husband and 6cyen children survive,
Tlio services were conducted at tho
German M. Iv. church, by Rov. AslJug,
aud woro Indeed eloquent and Impies
five, Ho was assisted In the pulpit by
I'av, Tobias, of tliu F,vutigolical church,
Tho deep n'lupathy ot our people is
with tho aillltted family in their groat
Miss Lizzie Allen is visiting in tho
country this week.
Grand-pa Allen Is building a neat
addition to his resilience.
L I. Mooro is having the rooms
over j-.dwai'ds iV Asiiworttrs meat stiop
fiuoigc W. Pierce, of Tnlinagu, No
hraska, came over last week on u visit
to his father.
Sen tho adveltlsonient of Iho Tar
kio College, which appears in tills issue
ill THE Sfcr.TI.Ni:!..
Rev. Stephen lllaiichard aud wifo
had as their guests this week. Mr. mid
Mrs. John Campbell aud wife, who re
side near Maltland.
Tho last Issue of tho Kansas City
.Huuciii .uu contains u -iiiiiikiiii um-
elo fiom the pun of Mrs. Minerva Hond,
of lids city, ono of our most valued con
tributors. I ... ......... ... I. II .....l
ino citizens oi Aiotinu city aro
making extensive preparations for their
second annual Harvest noun;, which
will occur hepto ii tier in tlio grovo
near tuu ciiy.
llie lo.louinir marrige licenses wcro
issued during the week : Geo. A. liar
vey ami Mary R. Audurion, both of
Mound City; Lewis Melvin and Maggie
Wells, both of Craig.
Mr. John Pilce. living near New
foiut, entertained u largo delegation of
Ids Oregon friends last Sunday. Thoy
wcro: T. L. Price and wile, Misses
Fannie and Ilotio Price, Lulu and Min
nie Chadduck nnd Anna Colvln.
A nlco small piopeity in Oregon
for sale. Four lots, good house and
good orchard, good out-bmldlngs and
now cistern ami other conveniences.
Pnco i?G0O. Inquire of Chailes W-
Thomas, Oicgon, Mo.
--Mr. Abraham Lotiek, ol King
Grove, gave us a pleasant call last
Wednesday, llu iiitorms us tlml hog
cholera is raising sad liavoo with the
hogs in his noighliorliiio.l, a Mr. Mills
losing over lmj head In three wceKs.
lie teports ciops good.
-Wo call attention to the advertise
ment of King & Promt, dmggists, In
this Issue. They aro now well Mipplled
with even thing usually found in a gen
eral stock of fancy and toilet aiticlos,
and their stock ol drugs tile completo
Special attention is called lo their school
book?, and they invito teachers and
.scholars t) give them a cull if in owed ol
books, or anything in that lino.
At a nicotine of the citizens ol Or
egon Widnesday evening, It was unan
imously dcciiicil to Mold a "Harvest
Homo 1 c-tival ami nciii'Mii the Court
Yard Fur , Oicgon, Saturday, Septem
ber 1st. .Sen appointment m commit-
tees, and proceedings of mooting else
wiioro in this i-sue uur citizens
hottld go to wolk in earnest nud make
a grands uccess of this.
-Judge Genre Quh'k received a tel
egrum, this week-, vnuniineing tho "loam
of his brother, Jacob Q'ick. A couple of
wecus ago Mr. IJ. left hero lor I'olo
uio, m the holic of lentoring Ids shat
teicd health, but the party oniv reached
Jewell county Kansas, where our friend
and neighbor was overtaken by the
angel of death, and his spirit born off
to paratll.e. ftir. u. was mm oi the ear
Iv settleVs of Holt conntv. He was about
fill yeais of ago, was university respect
ed. Ho loaves a wile ami qullc a large
l'aiiulv of children in good circum-tau-
To Bj Hold In the Court Yard Park,
Orogon, Molt County, Missouri,
Cbmuilttooa Appointor, una rrocu.lliis
ol thn Moottui! Helil Wudnoed.iy
Thure wni a meeting of thu cliif-ens
Oregon held WeduoMlay oveuing,
August Kith, lliSa, for the purpose of
malting arrangenicnth for holding a
"Harvest Homo" Festival and Picnic.
On motion, K. anliiiskiik was chos
en chairman, J. T. Thatoher secretin v.
Thu chairman called tho meeting to or
der and the obloet of the inueilng was
tatod, that wo have a "Harvest Homo
Festival and l'ichiu" .sometimo lit Sep
tember, Miinetinie heforp iho Maitlaud
fair, in order to give Iho Hoiticiillural
Society a i bunco to display their pro
duct at the fair.
It was dually moved andcariled
that we liavu'iiir'"H.uvost lJoinc" on
thu 1st day of September in tVu Court
Court Yard Park, Oicgon
The followiiih are tho committees ap
Soliciting Committee George An
derson, Philip Schulle, J. 11. Nle.s ami
Com. on General Arrangements Dr.
A. Goslm, Dr. , I. T. Thatcher, W. T.
Dddy, Ira Peter, W. 11. Davis and T. j
C. Duiiguu. I
Comuiitteu on Muslo W. R. Hoff
mann, Robeit Lyons aud A. W. King.
Ciimmllteo on Priiiting J M. Has.
ness, 1) P. Dobyii. and Samuel O'Fal
lou. On million, lite II. dl L'ouuiy Horti
cultural Society wuiu Invited to meet
ami pailielpatu with ii-,
.On motion, nil other matters ivere i n
ferred to tliu coinmiticu on General Ar
rangements. On million, tlio meeiiug adjoiirned
until Satuiday Cloning, August Ifilli, at
the Court House. All Iho citizens aio
requested tu turn out and parilclp.itj in
this meeting, f
J. T. TiiAirium, R. V.v1!iu.kikk,
Men'iSiilts only $1.00 at Million &
llurgess'. Forest City.
Ladles' Trimmed I!nti fiom We to
SU.yl) at Mli'.tm, ' lluigus', I'orwt City
The regular August term of lha IIoJ
County court convened on Iho Gtli insi
all tho judge? being present excepting
tho presiding judge, who put In his ap
pearanco on the third day.
The animal tax books woro presented
by tho comity clerk ami were ordered
to be turned over to the collector.
Tho books showed tho following
S'tafc Tiir. County Tar.
f lu,P: ,i $13,277 ui
I.llocj 1,1 13 r,;
t'.l.TS 10 itfU ss
mi uu m no
I!ll IU IDI 40
I.IUGW f.tM HI
TllWII lolS VJM.'h).':
Hanks rlu IS.MX)
All ulhi-r l.lci.i.ln
S.W!'UV .?2U,10l 12 JW.V.lO l
Tlio court ordered tho chamo lu
road as petitioned for by J, G. Kddy
A change in the road was mdcred bv
tho court in arcordanoo with the iieli-
ion of J. A. Sutton,
lvpliraham Rlshlre, of Rulo, was
granted a ferry license.
David Vomig,Gco Holtom and James
Mitchell wcro appointed jurors to iow
tho road petitioned for by J C Heck.
(ieorgo '-nodgrass tiled his quitclaim
deed for tho no or section Ki, lownship
62, range 10, to he used for road pur
poses. .Mlchal fliuv, Henry Alkiro ami .loseiih
Evans, wein appoiuled us u Jury to act
in connection with the road commis
sioner to assess damages for a read
from Mr. Itoyd'a to tho Wing bndgu.
The road commissioner wits instruct
d tu survey, mark out nud report on
thu road as petitioned for by P linker
The petition for vacation of road uro-
tentiil by Win Riaucbainp,was rejected
for want of legal nollco.
The bridge cotxmiKsioucr was in
structed to lepair the bridge on o'd
state road near the farm of Martin
Meyer. Ho wis also Instructed to mi
vei l ise for bids for building a luldito mi
pudlic road near David Halm's.
un the favoiablo icport of (jommis-
sioncr Morris, tlio omtrl ordered tlio
change In the load atked lor by Geo
Kirkland & Gillolaud, of Corning,
were granted wine ami beer house li
1) VanWormcr was ordered to repair
grade near Asa Sharp's, provided such
repairs do not rxceed v.hmmi
'The. road asked for by T. W. McCoy
was oideffd established.
N. J. Ivygor. of Oregon, Geotgu
Sinilli of Craig, II D Smith of Muitland
wero crnnted dram shop license The
petition for wine ami beer Iioiimi license
presented by II C l'eiulergral'l,ol'(.'r.iig,
was rejected try Iho com I.
iho court for want of junmiietuiii,
di.-mi.sseii tno road petPiou ol Win.
'I ho road enmnilsloner was Instruct
ed to viow and mark out the road peti
tioned for by George P. Skoclos.
Wluc unit beer Iioiimi license mis
grunted to Henry Koiml, of Follies.
Tho dram shop petitions ol'N M llrnd
ley and 0 U Cropp, of Mound City
were rejected by re.iKoii of there not bo.
ing sulllcietit signers to tho petitions.
Thucouit establlsbrd Iho following
livoiiscs: circus, $'J."i:sldo shows
theatres, mmtrcls. etc., .2.
The court apiioluted T H Parrlth ai
idloriicy lor tho court to answer In the.
Injunction suit iigalusl the road and
bridge wnrrautn now pending in n
Tlio gram inaikcls wei nioilcaic.
active during tlio woe!:, hill tho h chm
at the closn was imsr tlicl and wem
and prii'cs nilcd lower on nil the hading
cereals. The depression is hu gely due;!"
the mi'ettlcd slate of lluaiichl aflalrs.tlie
continued liberal rccrlpis and liie up
ward tendency in freight. The nut
look however, in large centers, is re
garded as uncoiiiiiging to funnels. The
mi'rkels closed unsettled hut good de
mand wheat, 1.(12; com, firm and high
er ul Mi; oals .strong at ai!c.
Hog products uero iill'ereil with cam
sldcrable freedom, ami tho demand was
moderately ticlho. Thu feeling was
frt tlf ntiuMlhtjl .ii,,1 ..,-li...u I.
jeet to Ircqiient axil ipulu wide lluctiia-
Cattle were in good rimirwt, and tho
siipply was mull) larga. Prices ruled
nteady and r4oderately firm. Hogs
were lu good mpply nnd the demand
was only inoderatnly uellvo. Prices at
the oloso ruled weak. Hogs. puckiii!r
?.'i.00 fjj, -S.I.H.'i; Ca'lle.ful grades closed
tinner; exports, i?.1).!)!) ij.15 il.1, ; choico
Health in this locality rcumuh!o
good. Tindo lively, and plenty of woik
in gencial every bodv seems to bo
busy Rev. Robert's family has
been quite ill from an altank of malar
ial fever Rev. Mathews, of St.
Joseph, iironehnd a very ablo discount
in tho Presbyterian church on Sunday
last Mr. 'P. L. Price and wife, of
Oregon, wro cidllii! on friends In our
vicinity last Sunday Wo untied
Andy Hershuer simlu us though hu was
thu happiest man. Ho says it's a glil.
Hill Pnco says ho is ablo to add lo tho
list another girl Mr. Kearnxy Is
having uu oilleo built, John Len'2
builder Levi Orcn Is having mi
addition added to Ids stoic room, Mi:.
Dcffimbatigli builder A fuw of the
popple residing south of town joined
hands and built u closing over tin
brunch so the public could ot tu town
without going somo two Miles o.'.t of
the way, but as usual somn were too
busy mid oilers must go visiting mid
such work must lull uu ;i few
Ilnnry Piico on returning homo tlio
other morning from seeing hhj Susan,"
ciieiiiiulerud an animal of thu feline
tipcclos, jmt huwuior iiioinestloutod.
--2,000 acres of laud for sulo In farms
from .10 to 100 aerer oiieh. Address
(wltli stamp) Monro Si llainnann, Ore.
gou, Holt county, Xlusuuil,