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BRAN) CLOSfilM 0? SiMIER GOODS
Opera House Store,
Opera House Sore,
CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY. MISSOURI.
ll We call spooial attention to our lareo stock of Gont's
Prices reduced on Dross Ginghams, Lawns, Lacos,
Piques. Fans, Parasols, Linen Dustors, Sum
mer Dress Goods, Swisses, Dottod
Light and Medium Weight Suits, Call and
soo and savo monoy, Thoso goods
MTTST hn Dlnand nut hv Autmst 15th to mako
and Plain, Oottonades, Straw Goods, and in
; fact everything hclongiug to SUMMER TRADE, j
room for Fall and Wintor Goods, Romemhor tho placo,
WTfTifirnmiMii mi i wn v
Tildon li weak in tho South according I
to Wtulo Ilnniptun.
Tho public debt won decreased $7,. i
900,000 during July. I
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mere were J. ileatli from cholera in ,
Kgypt on tho 9th Inst.
worn 870 deaths lrom cholera '
in Kgypt lust Snturday.
Thuro nro no
new ucvciopmcnis in
tho telegraphers' strike
The American potatoes beetle 1ms an
pcarcd in tho tienr-an fields. ,
Out of 600,000 church member in New ;
York CJity, 600,000 arc Catholics.
WcMcrn Nebraska was visited by a
.terrible storm last Tuesday night. '
It . n
Tho lloono county court has refused
to grant wlno and beer houses license.
I'roslnr Knott has been elected iov-!
rrnor of Kcutliekv bv l.VOOO ma ontv
Tho Massachusetts Democracy will ,
doubt renonUnalo Governor nmlcr. '
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.Farm hands command 91 B0 per day ;
(Sn Columbia county, YN ashlngton iern. ,
Kentucky pays 91.10 per capita for
educational pui-pones for tho 3 ears 1
' A Million dollars was nnld oat bv the
rrnv,.riniii f it- npiisliinit iintnor thi tmintli 1
Cotton picking lias commenced In
tho extreme South, and the crop is pro
Tho Maryland Hepnblicans will hold
uicir comenuoii av uammore, oepiem-
A Confederate reunion Is to bo held '
in Jefferson City, commencing on the !
.uiii nisi. .
Tho number of persons killed bv '
tornadoes thus far in lffcil. Is estiiiinti.il
to be L'&0.
.l.,ntl. f, ..!. I........ V
tlan provinces Friday were 90 and Sat
Tho wlfo of fhjnalor Allison drowned
herself at Dubuquo Monday. Mental
aberration tlio cause.
1 Filty-ono persons were poisoned by
eating Ico cream, at Camden South
Carolina, on tho 8th.
Tho Duko ot
Sutherland and Sir
each own $5,000,000 1
in United States bonds. 1
The situation in Spain is grave. Hands !
nf m niPil mnn mil I ionolit7r. Iw nw.vm.r
toward u common point.
' Undo Sant. will savo about Sl.'iO.OOO
nor annum by the consolidation of the
Internal llcvcnuo districts.
Sullivan struck threo rounds, pocket
ed 511, 000 and quit. Strike? ns a gencr-
'al thing do not pay so well.
V. W. McNair, lately Nominated by
tho Minnesota Democracy for governor
has declined tho nomination.
Tho Texas fever has broken out
among tho cattle at Dodgo City, Kan
Vets. Oicnt numbers are dying.
Tho Wells Fargo express was robbed
Saturday last between Klvcrsido and
Pioneer, Arizona, by masked men.
There wore ono hundred and four
vvnrrants l-suou ngaiust violators ol the ; iv Uiiainnors nave opened a now con
Duwning law, m St. Louis, on tho 8th. i feetionery ami ice cream parlor, iu the
I ..1.1 I...II ll C
A Society Journal savs : Notlilmr
but coral necklaces can bo seen upon ,
jiocieiy ueiios tins season." uoou iicav
lugs. Tho Vlcksburg Herald (Dcm). con
fesses that the best man in tho Hoard of
Alderman in than city is a colored
Thus far tho F.dmunds net docs not
appear to bo a success in Utah. At Ibis
Into election Moriuoiilsm came out
Dr. Do La Matvr, of Indiana, tho
groat Greenback light has gone tho
preaching tho gospel. Wo pity tho
If you want to Invest your monoy in
ii turo thing, buy confederate bonds. If
thoy nro lost or stolon, you will suffer
' Tho presidential party camped at
Dlnwiddio creek Wy. T., Sunday. All
nro resporled In good health and buo
Tho Kimball House, Atlanta, Geor
gla,was dotroyed by flto Sundav morn
ing, los intimated at 51,000,000; no
lives were lost.
The amount of tho tobacco robalo
claims received in Washington Is .:(,.
000,000, mid there are several districts
yotdo hoar from.
Judgo Hoadly says tho Itciniblican
party is pointing with pildo to tlm past.
That 1? moro Ihan ho can do for tho
A coi respondent from St. Louis lo
tho Chicago Trlbuuo writes that Gov;
. Crlttondcn is scheming to bo the succes
i sor of Senator Vest.
' "In Union thor'o Is strength," but iu
Wostom Union thero is a tendency to
wnrd weukness. It Is time that all mono,
polios should weaken,
. ' Hcpubliean harmony hr.s nudoubtcd'y
been restored In Now York, and tho
paity will present a united fron, In the
A proposition has bcon mlvnneed by
prominent Ohio Democrats looking to
i tho withdraw.M of . Hoadly tho Demo
Cratio noininuo for Governor,
September 8 Is tliu day fixed for driv
ing Wm goldor. plko on tho Noi thorn
Pttclflo Uallroad. The ceremony wilt
take plnco ion Ihu western slope of "tho
' Senntor Hutler, of South Carolina, iu
n rccont Hpoech to tho granger iu tliat
ntntfi. iiiK-rwintful Mm i.iii.tlf.t, ..,.,..
20WW0 Mongolians mid U t that number
of Negroe.'.go W.est.
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1AUT & METER, QJPJRJ
Trade is lively Fair time soon, i
Wo wmit to .sou you hero in till your i
Clorv on that occasion. . . . Luto (Jreonu
was up lust week ; his child is soilously
til Ml' U'nltni-'u llllln unit Id iful.
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UHfe IJUUVI.iiMH VI I'U V. Ul III -III II W II ill
!(. Illllni. n.w.niiitin lit.i.l In- Ifltlrt II11..1."
:., 1,,.,,. s,i,. u. ,,, n.m ,1,,...
i,avo lHrchinud i'ni lvllee of runnlnsr
a leffoshniciit stand during the fair
Messrs Frank Kuek. C harley Broil
beck and .Misses Honule Ilrodbeok and
Orn Hussel of Oregon made n Hying
visit to our burg, Sund.iy. Thuy wete
guests of Mr. Jacob Harmon and v 1 1 e
while they staved Willis llcald,
one of MaiUand's jolly bachelors, and
the jeweler ot Noitheru Holt, ran up
to llurinda, Iowa, last week Mrs.
Kvans who has been visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. N. (ilenn, in Mound (.'itv.
leiuriiou nome iat wcck, wniio
'Mo""( Ul Ruined her nnkol so,
vorcly as to crim. 0 her for several I
uiivs. .uici;ui iu ic;ini mill Hie 13 ,
,,f0 t0 g0 uboHf , N K
aWf umA Oo0i elcr, wto he.u on
Monday W. A. (Jwynn, formerly
a citizen of llenton township, is look-1
ing about lor a home. Ho wants to
como back to old Holt Mrs. Ma-1
jo".1',," near Oregon, while veiling
cr iiauginer. .iirs. .i. ii. u iiuani", was
: taken sick with ilux. Fur s-cvomt day
1 was dangofously id, but at thU writing
is getting better Wo regret to
I learn thai tlic creainuiy hero will sus-
' peud operations for a whlio. Tho ton-
i sous given aro tnat tney uo not uisli to
sv ul present puces, and they havo no '
storage room tor any muro butter than I
they have on hand Walter Hodg-came
ics, of Craig, has boon at home to see
i...t..,1.u.. .1 ll.n ..... I .1...... M.. 1
"iiiuiiici, iiu luini. lutt utin....
Mun'llV ad liowaid Chambers
been making "fly" times for the
1 about town, for the reason that
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11 WIUllU 11UW IJUV ill 1ID111U
mothers are doing well, and it is to bo '
hoped that with good care and gentle 1
nuiiug, tho lather's will survive j
Joseph Haynos and family, of Mound 1
uuy, spent, sutniay witu airs, itaynes'
mother, Mrs. Kll.aht'th Shields
Claudo Bennett, of Oregon, was on our
strests Sunday Our town council
has reduced cost of saloon license from
live hundred dollars to 250 per year. .
' " ul'u' has aligned as a member
ot tho town council. A special election
w"1 1e,d sloon ,t0 ,u V'i' micy ....
Mss Dobeileh, of St. Joseph, came UP
last week to visit her cousin, Mi Illicit,
I near Graham l'rof. S. It. Klmcr
is in our city . He will entertain our :
citizens with a series of ait exhibitions
and illustrated lectures on travels Iu
tho Orient For quite a while wo
havo felt satisfied that something was '
troubling Doc Sherburne's peace of
mind. So when wo heard him toll '
soma of tho boys that ho would like I
io scnu worn to ineni "uanu icueis"
the ho was saving tho ohickon boups
they left 'till they come up to tho fair,
wo weto satisfied that ho had not recov
cted Irom tho shock he received when
Clark I'roud and Hilly Nlus wrecked
all his hopes by laying" ruthless hands
on Ids supply of cold chicken on the
nmiit ol i lie, i' onvi n Alessrs I'.lllot
i." . .1 " ...... i..i; ' ' ' : v"?0,"S
' nun biiu tiumivi u.iun, iiu 1.1 ji;
A raco on tlie traeK last haturJav, lie-
twucn a mulo anu a pony pony won ;
"1 told youjso." Sli.-s Annu'lleskoit
went to Mnryvillo, Monday,
Your coriespondont ha? tho lootli
aehe, and if these items aren't lively
they wont correspond with her feelings".
Houses nro in demand, overv dav
or two thuro are parties hero trying to I
oiuaiii resiliences uoruivooi: Mreot
is looming up. Wood is coining in by
the dozens of cords to supply the de
mand of buycis. St. Joseph uioti are
tho principal buyers Several of
our young ladies and gent leuicn took
in tho festival at Forest City last Fiiday
night. Tho msxt day it was. "Let
mo hco, five from nothing, wont go!
and nothing left!" Undo Levi
Dovorss liaa a cow, and the cow has a
calf, and the calf has no cyobal s
that way. It is tpiito a euiiosity
Fierce, Ilium At Co. haying moved into
their now building, Wilson & Quick nro
moving their stock of goods into tho
brick block. SeoltVi slianibangli will
occupy their building with a large
sioek of hardware ltev. noiijaniln
Yates, of Atchison county, Missouri,
formerly a resident of tins place, is
Here visiting iriomis Jmlyu I'oyu-
tei put on his best, "bib-and-tiicker"
aud spent a low days in St. Joe, last
week Jim Wilson has always had
tlie retaliation of hciu' an honest, mi.
her man. and it was with mingled feel-
lugs ot .snrpiiso and mortillcaiiun that
Kovcrnl of his friends saw him coming
down tho btreet last Saturday inoruiti",
acting as though ho was trying to tin
joint hlniseif, Somowliero; but when ho
camo up and said, "let's tako a cigar,
boys, li's a nino-and-Mial pounit girl,"
thoy all bellied him to smile, and
smoked to the health ot tho young la
dy. Will Loan at LOW-
3ST JrATISS.nml in
ftttiiiH to itib on
I in p r o v o (I
I'UriiiH. II you
a ii o w
v o nowing
in old om
Kou to como
I IIIKI SOO 11US
i wmnmrin - . .. .
J, MW MAHSHALL.
I Oregon, Mo.
mm f AtMiMR. winiw
DRUG and BOOK STORE,
G-IYE TJS A O-A-IjXj
Henry rrusman, who bin been con
fined to Ids hou-e for si-veral joar, is
very feeble, can scarcely spra above a
whisper Miss Lou ilall is very sick
with malarial iliseaso 1). W. Jones
and wife, of Forbes, are visiting rela
tives, over on the llottoni. . . .
Sehlot.hauer loturncd from Humboldt,
Nebraska, last Tuemlay; he gives a
gkwing description of that thriving
town and its surouudings On the
Hth inst, Messrs Selilotzliauur anil liar
bour.sold to W. H. Davis.of St. Jooboph,
100 cords of wood : Courtlaud (iifford
also bought 100 cords of J. U. Elder the
samo day Wlllard Hendrix, while
loading a wagon with wood last week
near being bitten by a rattle
suake.so near as to feel the fangs ol the
..I.. I f.. I , T..1I .
reptile graze his hand Miss Julia
Schlot.hauor left for St. Joseph on tho
11th where sho will spend a few days
visillii friends Daniel Pioaehcr,
and little t harlev (entrv. each had a
severe attack of tho cholera morbus on
last. Salurdar night, a very general
coinplnlnt at present V. S. Oil-
lord, V.n., whs up to his farm on last
bunilay, looking up its Interact and lay-
Hi"; out lireiiaralioiiR for sroins m
to business S. M. Shirley has just
sold to W. It. Davis, of St. Joseph,
1800 cords of wood, a part of which
will be shipped from this place
Allium Wen Jn.s lately lost three head of
c iitlo from heretofore unknown di
sease. They woind be taken lame,
thou legs become stiff their eyes sunken
In their head, and would 'die in from
olzhtocn to twoutv hours... . Levi
Kuukel who lives near the river caught
one of the laigcst cat fish evor captured
In that vieiuty on last Friday night, it
weighed 120 and was a fine specimen
of the finny trlbo David Harbour
bought oO head of stock cattle last
week from some parties abovo Forest
City Tho combination brid-'o
across mill creek is linally completed.
It is sonic throe foot higher than tho
old one, constructed of good material
and reflects credit on the builder, Mr.!
John Cannon On last Saturday I
HonJ. Coruser, found an old moinoran-1
duin book conlaing a nolo for $114,00 I
on Frazer & McDonald's bank Forest
City, In foim of A.J. Ham, endorsed
by Zook Si Farley ; the owner can havo ,
u ov caning on .Mr. i; seth ,MuW,
one of our promising young men, and
Miss Sarah Hlder, daughtpr of Mr. J.
A. Elder, were- man ied last Sunday at
at tlie lcsulcnco of the bride's parents
near Orcon, KmuiIio Wilkinson, of For
est City, onlclatlng Wu arc
only ono In tlum-iands of pcoplo in Holt
county, who are not a little pleased
with tho second birth of the Holt
County Sr.NTi.NKi.. Though inetanior.
phohbod luto "Tho County Paper" for
the past two years, very few of its
rentiers would recognize tho name,
profering rather lo call it "The Sln-
tinki.." Gcoro Fro;t,of Uobinson,
Kansas, is visiting John Gamtjle this
Hot and sickly.' Tho ovcrlluw
is something of tlie past, but will be re-
UK'inbored We all see tho need of
a loveo now. Arrangements nro being
inawo to loveo S. G. Alklrn wi I
! totxuli tho Ilurr Oak school. This is Ins
second term thoie "After tho
' horso is stolen lock tho door," that is
l''" Hottomllos idea about building a
levee lanics C. Hopper, is just
i rt,do to bo around from along spell of
I luV01' Dieu Jones, living near tho
i furry, 1 up and around Jrom an attaok
i l plurly On our sick list wo havo
Ueubon Coll'ev. Hil t Sinclair. Siiimu.l.
Miss Stolly lloppor, Sarah Kandolph,
James Penny. All havo the lover
Wo understand that Prof. T. J. William,
son will to.ich tho Idle Wllda school
tins inn ami winter Svlvf-sinr
j Coin, near thu forry.lias gone to south
western Kansas on a prospecting tour.
.....I ainos Hopper, Mr. MoMitllms
and illlam Hoyd, all of Idlo Wilrla,
havo gouo to southern Kansas on a
pro-spouting tour...... William Hoyd
and otliois havo gone far iu llio north
west, in search of health. In laet, all
that nro not sick, nro on n general stir.
If tlie ovcrllo.v did como wo will
raise loddcr, and wheat, which is bet
tor than uuthlug.
Fall Term Opens Aug. 30, 1883.
Normal. Husliieii, Jlnsle, Oratory rioleiiiidi;
.urn i Hbuviii luiiii'se.t, I'.iouiiy nmu aim uxu
rieiu'iil. itcst inelhuds uiiiiloyu),
j Tuition Lov. No Incidentals.
t&"K4tlni; loom In co'iiieotloa wltH tho Do) -lci;e,
ill furiiMklitiiii'illiii; at cost.
' I'or Niuti 'iilais, adilrem
I I'i ' A ' M UISIIAU,.
w wm mmm
Tramps and sncak-thlcves nrogottlng
to be u little too ttoublesome to be tol
erated niuvh lonjer. Last Friday some
one entered tho house of William Can
on iu tho nbscuco of the. family, took
a sum of money and a plentiful: sup
ply of cake. On Monday night a thief
entered tho sleeping room of Mr. Tot
ter at tho doput and stole his watch ,
and chain, unit n recurrence of theso
1 1 1 i 1 1 r" mav bo expected so lonz as it is
known that tramps will bo fed if they
como hero. Some people havo a fear
that if they turn away a tramp, they
might havo missed entertaining an an
gel Adrian l'ltikslou has purchas
ed a very nieo buggy, and is moio than
oyer tho favorite among tho young la
dies The festival at tho ClirUtUin
church last Friday evening was a very
pleasant affair, and afforded those iu
attendance nu abundance ot tun and
pleasure. Vine Hovcy makes a first
rate Jacob and can always find Ids
lluth The Oregon Quintette Club
miulo mo-it excellent nuulc, and added
much lo the enjoyment of the evening
. ..Miss Clara Wilkinson will teach tho
CLambers school and Miss Allllo the
Walnut Grovo school It wat,
thought by so no last Sunday morning
that wo had a casu of lunacy in town.
Dong Baldwin was frr.ntic mid scatter
ed the cigars among tho boy's In a very
reckless manner. It wa a Ions: time no
fore In' could bo reduced to a condition !
to ma'.io an cxidanation, and when ho
did he was beard to explain in his ful
ness of joy that ho was the father of a
great big bouncing boy. Douglass is
in u happy frame ot mind.
Farmers arc busy threshing tliolr
small grain, and doing their fall break
ing, and innklng preparations for win
ter Wo unilerstand that Miss Klin
Hridgcs will tako charge of tho fall and
winter term of school ut this placo
Wo nro sorry to learn that Mr. S. 11.
Carson will leavo us this full and nioyo
to Malt kind to lunKe that his future
home Corn through this pan of
tho county as n general thing, is rood ;
wo think it will yield fiom :10 to CO
bushels per acre The road over-
i-rcr ought to bo woi king the roads;
they are in a very bad condition tor
traveling ...... Tho bridges near U. 11.
Thomas, lias been ropalred during. thu
at week, to prevent horsci fiom be
ing tied on the banks of tho creek from
10 o'clock A. m., until 4 30 r. m. Tho
Falrvicw boys fays this was n
"ground hog eaio" Mr. Franklin
Kicffer has purchased a ninety dollar
lop buggy Miss Laura K. Conrsm,
the bell of Lincoln, Is studying tho
liidlments of music under Mrs. L. Van-
HusUlrk Mr. Morton Flinn will
attend the fall and winter term of school
at Oregon ; ho expects to bach.
How Watch Cases are Made.
Most persona havo nn ambition to carry
n gold watch case, and yctfewpeoplo know
how a watch caso is made, or the vast' dif
ference in tho quality of tlie.ru. In a Solid
Gold Watch. Case, aside from tho neces
sary thickness for engraving and polishing,
a largo proportion of tho metal is needed
only to stiffen and hold tho engraved por
tions in place, and supply strength. Tho
surplus Is not only needless, but uudesira
bio, because gold is a soft metal and cannot
furnish tho stiffness, strength aud elasticity
necessary to mako tho caso permanently
strong and close-fitting. Tho pcreci watch
caso must combine gold with somo metal
that will supply that In which tho gold is
deficient. Tills has been accomplished by
tho James Boii Gold Watch Cbsut-MWs
which saves tho waste ofneaf
fci gold, and inckeases tho solidity and
eTREKOTii of tho caso, and at tho samo tiuio
reduces tho cost oxe half.
t tut ! ! KfjiloM TriLh CtM FutorlM, rklU
4.1phtA,rftrarfcft(Ua IltllrU4 Fuaphlcttbil.lw
lull Vtuf u4 KlfitM, Wttck Cu m mJi,
(IV) be continued.)
In IU.-. Circuit Court ot Hull county, Mo., Anrll
Jami's V. I'at rick npnliKt tlenn;' limine,
.Jiill.iA. Jlfrrlnu.JolyU'atrlcU iuj.I VVIlllani
lly vlrlmi inul authority nl a ilcncf ninl or
ili r (if iale urndn liy milil rnuvt In iIumiIhiTo Cn-CtU-il
came, anil of a ctilhi coiiv tlicriof,
ilateil Hie Wth day uf July, lt'S3, I will on
FltlD.vV, AUdUST 31, 1KS3,
littivecii llio hours of lilac o'clock In Hie fprn-.
uoou ninl rlvo n'olook Iu tlio alli'ituioii nf Unit
ilay, at llio Court Iloato iloor Iu tlm' city of Oio
luii. fount V of HoltrrafnrcHiilil. kcII nt liulillo
MMiliic til tlll IllKllMtHUMur', tlio fiillUMlliKJll'Sf
illiit.l 1'i.nl I.Mtlltn. tntin. 1 9
Tlio snulli luilf of lot -1 nf llio uoilli
Mint iiuartcr of scctluu 7, III townlili o of
All 1)Iiik anil licliia la saitt coiuil.v ot Holt
ami Kliito ot Miskourl, '
'iVriin Cii-H Iu liiiml. .
Hlicim of Hurt County.
Docket: August Term, I0C3.
Rri'OSlI 1AY, TCIWIIAV, AUtlUST W, IS3.
1. Win 1! Jtlcks vs Conlolla J Jljutdiiv ct nl.
V W Culilttcll, Adiu'r, etc. vs Win Huk-
11 K Fleming. Artm'r.ete. vs ,1 M Clark
l'.innlo mid 2t M Smith v.l:im'.' A lino,
Norton A (laylont vh Tliartitens Amlerson
.lolm I, ninl Amelia (Irlirgbliy vs Allen nmt
7. CliarM Cowan vs Win Miller ami Kolieit
TIIMU) DAY, WKIWKSUAY, AUOC8T i. ISS.1.
S W II lllctiarils vi llanlrl Zook.
9. Tyler & Unxiks vs J H Swono.
to. (!en W Quick and (Jen W Cotton vs Jtitaei
It lielle Watson vs.loUn ami fleorcc Vaton
Wit White vs i:a Drown.
James McNnlty vs .lames M Cason,
Win Ifai-vU vs James MnNulty.
Wm J.trvls s Jamv McNulty.
Stato cx rel. James C. HnMtli, vs W II
17. A' II Lawrence vs Joseph ami Hamh
18. llsrlltiiittfti niul Mo Illver 1! II Co vs Nam
19. Itimcll Catoti, et al, vs 1M W.wsnti.
to. James I. Allen vs W W l'nuer.
21 J 11 Sa mitten & Co vi K J Kclloa-.
Kol nTIl HAY, TIHllSllAY, ACOWST SO, ISS3.
James C Knln; vs Davlit Itankln.
13. neujamla Fora vs K C. St ,1 & O 11 It It Co.
21. John 8 Sivcpo vs K Colllson.
ii. lle IleilKpoth vs Charlie I. Wells, el nl
24. OnllloGravcivs JolitiAltlchanls, David
27. 11 It Itn.ssel vs J II C Curtis.
5s. Hinlly Havlllo vs D 1, nutlstr.ttor.
59. City of Moiti.it City vs Frank KcisIiiht.
M. Cadmus McCoy Hint Camden J Moore s
K O.Ht.lo&CK ltltCo
31. Kllzaboth Sweotuu vs F.llza Il.ililwlu.
31. Maria Kpmieer, vt al vs John Paris vt al.
33. David Celt In and Vf II Maurur vs K C. St
Joe SS! C I! 11 K Co.
31. Stato ox rel S V Monljon. Colle -tor, vs
F. C Zimmerman and Janws.Cralr;.
F5 John Walker vs Mary Walker.
nrrit imv, rmuAY, auucstsi, iss;i
ij.3G. Leoaaril Cor:, Calheiltie Conk, et al, vs,
I Kia'.do riron n, Susan Slilplo , ot al
S7. .1 H G Curtis vs Kast Forest City Flotuln::
Jamj.s Soott vs Geo W Iicey, et al.
Mary Ittniler, et ul, vs John Header, et al.
Z H KIpKs. et al vs lilliaheth Kellcy, ut al
Mary H llrown vsJW T Iirowii.
Wm Pmlth vs.Iolm DIll.JaniM li Dlll.nt al.
Allicrt lioeuker vs AV T HohJ, Hainuel
lioiul, ct al.
T. Ailella UuiiRer vs .Toiephlao lialtlwlu.et al.
40. Thos H nrasis vs Kut I'orest lMourliM
47. Manila S.iyles vs lllram Wayle-i.
IS. Ilaiuinh lteilllelil vs l.'harles UeitllcM.
19. Mollle rowlnish vs Henry FoHliifh.
sixth day, sATumiAv.sKi'TrMiiun 1. issa.
60. Lilly Hughes vs Ilobcrt Lee Nimhei.
51. Ira Teter, Mojos lieniiett, et al vs 11 V
Flrui.ni;, Cleorjjo Qwlek, et al.
jr.; Aartrnv i!!ierlit,ia vs lienjiiiiln Hcminc
(ienrfe Quick, et ul.
HI. W II 1'r.imc vs r.ciij-uiila l'lcmllij;,Oeoii;e
ijulek. et ul.
M I'erillnntnl AVclliulmer v ieo Uranetl
Koiniett Ilarrli -.
M - fit .In & Nebraska It It Co vs Mary IV-tito ,
Co .State by Collector vs Troilerlok '!zel
I.ydla Dixon, ot nl.
67. S.-.inc vs Hiigeuo O Zluuiivriniui,
P8. Suiiiu vh Kllzalioth Utvceten, et al.
89. Samo vs James W UaMwIn , ct al .
po. Hamc vs Jlmlty Wilson, ltolit Wclli. et nl.
ul . Same vs Danlul Ilnlatt.Wm Xli.ictTer.et al.
62. Sumo vs Hannah Nuzum, et ul.
C3. Samo vs Wm Allen Oalro.
sr.vr..vTH dav, mokuav, e'Ei'Tsviuit 3. lfcSv'.
CJ. haino vs Henry llarnioi
oo. Same vs Thomas 8tronK.
G7. Haine vs Joseph Surnisin.
03. Hai.ievs WH.Marslmll.
CO. Bamovs V. ia S Doiinhmi, ot ul
l same I! hSmi?!; t i
11: C 5 1
73. same vsJl'juiiimun, etui.
71. HamuvsMaiyimns. et.'it.
io. ttiinio vs'iiioni.is t; iiiuiKan. jf.
7U H.uno vs Tliimau V I)aii;uti. '
77. ii r riciniiiK vi j w iirugrawi. A ;'
78, i) i rorbos s a j oilii. ucorRu Uciniuu.
70. Alexander Hi-iitea vs j w iAiij.th
m. Daniel 7."' ami T c Diinsan.'s John h
ST. lllc:; ' . .itu'.l vh 11 AU4Utt
4. J J'odtfr Mumiin'.' iiUT il i
m. J Foster iUmlull vs W B I a
.lolin !( Iloi(ta v. Kourf D' ( '.ui'
r'l. W I, Qoriloii vh Suniucli: ,jh l .
.. M JI 8n' vt Hohdil i i.'
KnOfili jBckmn i Mnll:i , J r'j'!
.Tamcf T Hofll v i ,! rin.bick
Mll.lirVIl '-l.'iU'll r. Joli'i llUSHiJl.
luls I!ax .1. .iiual M-'liii
Mmy M I! u . f in il
Ell... All. . .tlc.. w
Mail .' Vt in 'itli K I'
.lolntU MuHUlNVsl, Wl.i
Minnie ninl Nellie Moycr, fl
W and l!urka Ijnidry.
lov Htateext! JelWiCISoadiTV.S AV Mor
iisoa, T0nana, utal.
iirt. Kiruli 0Vhiiii;vi W 11 Oilmrno
lui John Hull, .Iiiities ll lrvlno, el al, ts Jyhn
-"T ri i
Nlinton & Burgess
i Hie best
-Host l'nnts 7 l-2c at Mlnton & liur
gess', Forest City.
-Host Gingham 10c ut Mlnton &
Ilurgess', Forest City.
Mr. Cass having completed his black
smith shop, we aio now prepared
to do all kinds of
"NVootl or Iron Work,
Keimiring or Now.
All work lull listed to us will receive
prompt attention. Chorees reasona
ble. II. C. SCHMIDT,
Get your harness repaired at I)
Subcribo fee Tim Countv l'Arr.n,
and die happy.
For Clothing go to 11. Thomas &
Co., Craig, Mo.
-(Jo to K 1. Hostetter's for a nice
dish of ice cream.
(Sood Dro-s Goods 6c. at Minton &
Ilurgess", Forest City.
Call on Anderson & Itoyd for Lap
Dusters aud Fly Nets.
-Heavy Shirting 10c at Minton
nugoss', Fomst City.
ST. JOSEPH'S BEST FAIR.
Fifth Annual Fair of tho St. Joseph
Placo In tho City of St. Joseph,
Soptember 3, .1, 5, 0. 7 anil 8,
The directory of thu Inter Stato Kx
position Association again ptcacuts the
olnluis of tho association to tho ptibliu
of tho great Northwest.
It expects tho support nnd patronage
of a clientage it lias never disappoin
ted. It pi'iini-ici tho host Hxpmiliou tlie
Missouri Valley has v?r had, and that
rnmii! wl'l be iiiliilled, 'I ho premium
list lias been unlarged lo meet tli- io
ipiireiiienis of thu fanner and stock
laiaor.HS well us tho turfuirtn.i'O.OW in
pro inunis being oil'ered.
Tho rxiiosliion mounds nro tho verv
' host for the purpose mod, being n gar
den of vertlure,rcsting at the foot ol the
lull?, guarded by grand old troex. The
track is" considered lino bylhebo.il
horso-inon. lite attractions fur
j Soptonibor meeting aro nunieroiis.
Among tlicm may he mentioned:
A ilnilv Ivillimn nsiimlim hv vn,t
Iloudly.wiio will perform the hazardous
cnt of hanging b his toes upon a sluule
trapuz(. b:il- wli!'o sailing among tho
An 'e1""-i''' '''ico for a purso ot
i Jiff Mt?'?,n,w"in W,M
,wl1 ti,ko l'lilyo " I'nday.aud will draw
an inunoiise crowd
y .' ' . , ' I
" ,l ""-unit lias i, oy riuors. siailltlng
"PO" Vuwfc,? 01 "WMIi-
I'nfli'K hurdlo niceo, over luirdlcs.tho
entire length of tho truck.
finmd single and double Itotium char-
lotiaeostdrivon by ladles nud gentleman
in faiioy costumes.
Ucslde these novelties, tin i?n,000ef.
IlMf. tlifj Dt.OMt rllltf will attl'UC'v I
, tdoltUd clUc, and the exhibition .vjll
1 be Kmt in ibis liojHwtnmiit. -
a ipitmuiu nirrici.itii'i.' ni.i UoiVSni
1 Jur.?'., J'n'W' Will I o .:,.id.. b, tin- u
uulldiug, gtlmulatt.il by i h.'miP , A
pi mmra, wiuct. '.,m mp imis- i , .v,
vM vwlvw efYoils
,iif iato tho ftK
ll" mil. I- nl ;ii- 'i.'i: ii..
Circuit Coui I of Unit comity MMourl, ruluraiir
In? at tliu Aiiniit term, 1 8 vl, of svlil rinirt, aifi
to nid (Urecinl in favor ot tlio utnto ol Misourl.
ai iiai rcmiion ana to tno iw or r. r. w tv.
tailieilr of tvtenutf of Jlolt county, and aealnst
iitllvvcU M, SUIiloy,
I liavi. levlMl iiiiuu and leli-d all tlm rlglitlltlc,
iiilcrtl ami ulnliu ol tlm wild defendant, of.lii
and In Ihs fellmviiig dcMirlbid real cMuio to-
''C n'tlifant fonrlli of the Miiilluvest near
yullon io, towimlilii M, range 37,
v .yliiK and IioIiir la wild ciiunty and Slate
l'liinAV, AiKiusT si. lew.
lira of nluo o'clonl: lo tlmf,,....
I I loot.
O'clock 111 tho uflrrnniH tt It,,,,
Conit. jlonsu door In tliu city ol
inty of Unit itforwtald, sfll ihu tann.,
1 1 Iv vnV
'ii'ii ui iiiaj up ruomrrii, hi linn.
ii ihu iii"",i -niBir r, i-jikii in
ir nald cxi i'ittlmi nud rotls.
A. .1 1'AKTI.K,
Sluirltf of Hon cwiuly.
Kggs and Mutter
ss, Forest City.
i II V
Wi U 600D1
Sr. Josoph Mo.
At ihoir Exionsivo Dry
Goods Emporium, curry
one of the largest Hues of
Ladies' and Children's
Heady Made Garments in
the city. Ladies' Street
Suits, Itccoption Suits and
Morning Suits in Silk,
Worsted and Wash Goods,
Ladies' Mohair and Linen
Ulsters, Cloth liugluus,and
all the lato pretty styles in
Spring Wrappings. Hand
some line of Opera and
Evening Shaws. "Every
thing" Ready Madofor In
fant's Wardrobe. Largest;
and cheapest line of Ladies'
Cambric Underwear in
the city. Special Prices on
several lines of Ladies'
Suits to reduce slock.
CHAIflBEIiS, MAHNEY & CO.
North Sido Felix, bet. 6th anil 0th,
ST. JOSEPH, M
Ira I'ctcr's, Oregon, Mo. (io nnd seo
his Inunenso.itock which ho lias just ro
ceived. If you want to buya carpet ho
has just the ono you want.
-It is a fact well attestOd by agents
who sell them, and by fanners who usu
them, that Wood's Mnohlncs ltcipiiro
far loss Uopairs than any other Mach
ines in iiS'a. No other Iteaperor'
Mower is as dnrablo nud free from
breakers. Schmidt k Inghiam itruft
n oii Is. '
FOS SALE, "
Tlio Valley Hotel and fixtures at Mait
land. Missouri, will bo soUl at a great
bargain. Addrais I), l;. Krcrhnil,
Maitlaml, Missouri, for particulars.
NOT I UK TO
Notice Miercl.j clioi. Ilnailic Tax-liimks for
tlic yctir 1SS.1 haw I n ,lJWt In ii y I , , is r ,r
cyllnollou, anil lliat I win meet lio t u'layiri
of tlm spteral toitnsli,w m Holt cmi ily ! iyn,
cs vfi -K ,,Uc' 1 1" welri ilii-ir fix.
('(lUNrNH, I.lncfaln T.winlilii Moii.1iij.Tiim.
lii'. U 'lii''iil!i..v, Kiiiiiniiicr io ii. '
i in hi, union loivnill ll. llmn lm' V.I.I...
Hcptomlicr 1,1, it, ir,. '
,. UJrtPlow TniviHlilii, Moiulay.
riwiutiiv Woilnc il.i
pir.i.M 1 1
MJU'.Vri i;i'rv, IK-ji.ii Tow ishl.'. TlinImlny.
t.. i. Jv ''I'or'y Toiviwl.li. Mimil.ir
.iA!:VaV;; .! i!L :'!.il'.''i.M'. vn
1'OUIlUS, I'liihus'lnwiislilp, 33Fr,rfJ?rr,
- ,lv " fflawiijv.iilr M ,
.i.-iilay, W no,MLiy, iiSlLv rflT ' ."nlay.
TtJ!VK?Ilf- Frt'Uvf"ww t ' oslili,
T 1 , to lli "
! Cliwillt u
! .it-'ti lit i
n ' .in,
Ma. i't ti.
i . i ,n ,
tb.i MIlc a M
H(S' ' I'. ('.
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i , .ii.
i" " I iluj.i .iilii-i '. .1
I io i T 1 1 ,1 f . f
Ol ,.!,. ilillll 1 lliiL,.
Imtiiccii the linnrs of ftSST ji iss.t7''
noun nud livn n'c ocl. 1 ,',' . , ,,, f,0.
day. al tlie Court JlmM," ,?,. 1 V imi
Urt-Kon, coiuity or !olf?M 'P. of
or;; nine llidrcof a lOWSI, .1 mi,V I?r,-B
i . Iil costs.
AOH .1. CASTI.H.
.. II lt Cou-.:t
For Choloiit Morbiif.Chnlorft Infinitum. -i
Uyonlery, Umnhfica, Colin. Cramp, r
r.i u.. anu an Miiniiier Complaints ,i(
oliiidn n. I'or hale nt
J-3. I'. UOKllvrVIvUS.
him, turn u Co.,