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OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1883.
. W. Bailey Mercantile Co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED.
Mew Cloaks for Ladles ranging from ?fl.00 lit S1.V00 each.
Jer Cloth Dolntiiii!) ranging limu $7 uichto $10.
Now Silk Dolmans ri jrinjr from $.'0 to $7A eao.li
New Cloth ltu'Miin Ciioulurs rmiiti mm .flu Ml to $23.00.
New Silk Hussinn Circulars, Plain and Hnicntled.
Ntiw Cloth Paletots nt $10 Oi) (o .25.K) each.
Now llrocndcd uml Hmlzimere Silk Newmarkets.
Now Satin Lined Cln uhirs, Fur Trimmed.
New IMusli Snctpies I mm 2iV00 to -foi .01).
Alio dfow Now t lifihlrc Cl"n8 uml Haveloeks.
If ou Intend buyli g n W Inte Wrap you cannot afford to nils tin ro bar-
Fair Warning To AI
We have determined to rWm out our stock of SE L SKIN,
FUK LINED uml FINK IMPOltTKD WRAPS u- soon as po-slhlo.
And to do tt Mm 1 ti n tn o Mime vci low prloes this week It yon need
a Inter Wiup oomo no uml ici first choice of ttitbo grand bar
gains. We also offer this week s. ceial barga ns in Fine Ready Suits
just about hlf price.
WE NOW DISPLAY.
Novelties lit Celluloid Toilet ets.
Calluio d Dressing Comb itn I Unit' llniMies.
Celluloid 11m niuMlloilies U cihIic-j.
New Stylo In Plush and Leather Ilund I irs uml SnlchoM.
New Designs in Plu-h Win k Itromu Cases.
Ebony Gilt uud i lush I'iiotou'iuph Frames.
Fine Embroidered I'lu li Tidies uml Tu In Searls.
Late St Ion in Ladio 1 Lime uml Mo 1 Fisohus.
Novelties In Ladies' F.uilirnidoivd, Hemstitched urn'. Plain Linen Collars.
Clillilicn' Collars in Ponu'ur Sit cs
Attractive Specialties in Ladies' uml Omits' Linen Iluml crohiols
From this date for vard we shall lie almost dully leei-lvinir 2fi'ds
adapted 'or lloltiluy (iilU, wnieh we siiull tuke pleu'iin In showing.
1'lcnsi' rt'iiuiiiilmr tlmt our st"re will lie kept open evoi t Siiiur
day nluht until 'J o elock
THE J. w. mm MMI1I
Fifth and Felix Sreot,
ST. JOSEPH, uvno.
I will sell at ACTUAL COST
my Stock of Goods to Close Out J
This is a &AB,E CHANCE to get
. Good Bargains, and will only LAST
until I get a Purchaser for the whole
lot. Come early and get your Dress
Goods, Table Linen, Zephys, and
Handkerchiefs, Collars, Ginghams,
Tidys, Eibbons, Fringes, Velvets,
Laces, Corsets and Hosiery.
GEORGE W. NiES,Oregon.
Most Interesting and Latest News !
; THE LAUGEST AND FINKS I ASSORTMENT OF
Eyoi brought pi Oregon. I'rcsonU to suit Evoryb dy. Head the following:
Toilet Sets, Smoker's Sets, Baskets,
Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, Books,
Toy Drums, Toy Blocks, Vases,
Mechanical Toys of all Kinds,
Toy Tea Sets Wood, China and Tin,
The Finest Assortment of Majolica Ware, and
the Largest and Finest Assortment of ?
Candies ever brought-to Oregon.
Allot Ihd above, nnd many other liamUomo Christmas presents, can bo funnel at
E. P. HOSTETTER'S, OREGO
flf every desttilptl.in, and SINfiLE iui,d DOUIII.E UUGGY maUNEss, I) nlois
In Saddles Collins. Whip", Hriwhes, ('ni)il). mid e eiy hiu in iiiZiiiih Wu
use nrt'Iiing )nf the HES T f I.KA I'ilKIt, and 'juuriintee HivisfiictiniJ7 Wo wil
ai'llyiu a liUXXEK HAUNESS titan you can but In the ciuiiitt for Tim monuy
Don't fail l?r?flm' and im when In want of n 'Hunii'8. S idd o V au thing In
our line. Wu wi 1 please you and ae you money. Our m t o,
flOT IfowX ijEJPr But How Qood.
ANDERSON & BOYD,
Hotel for Sale.
WJiitt is known i tho Conimcrclai
Hotel. Main biiildlnu' two Htorles
lila;h, 86xSD Ice'.; go d uinplp i'mimii
;ix?2 lert; kitcJiun 1(1x24; M ro'tms In
all, Ivranio huudtiig For fur her pur
ttculari. address, .IOIIN COX,
Maitl nu. Mo
,Mint. Ci.llurg mj il eglvl.gntf' m
pxtra ton p v euut. il sniuit on a. I
Winder Goodu. .
& OOYD. I
90 aitre of prairie land, H' d 20 in
tiiuliH' ; e 1 improveiL 5 miles uouih
last ol Motn.d iiy. 'urm teio-oim-b.'e,
Itimihv on premlKe.s, or address,
Mmibd t li.i, Mo,
Moore fc llod'muu sav a larin for
k In a Gnnnii'1 uu ghbo iumI in
nhleh there i a b.uyain toi1 scmu onuj
will Undo tan-e fur a sunller oe.
lias Dave Nipher found tlmt kej f
Go to 1. M. Zook's Art Gallery for
Fine Ltrge heads
Horn, lo Andy Hnrr'er, .!r., and
wife, December, IG, tts:t, a sou.
I'. M Zook will tako your photo,
rynphs tunning, sitting r s'audlng
Get Anderson & Hoyd's prli iH on
Saddles tiuloru purcha.xing a se.vli- re.
- The dance nt the Oper.i House .
Tluil-.idu.i night u a- a deeuled Miecess. I
,.... tt . . . ..t n ... '
iiiiuiou iv iiingesx aru uiring mi an
exlia ten p-r cent, discount on it 1 1
-An Intel i .sting letter ou 'ho Chinese
from W. il. Spnnger, will be found on
our lnide page.
liev. 8 Carol hera will preach in
Oregon mivt Sunday, both ninniing
and evening. All invited.
Do not forget thai a Camp fire will
be held m Sleirett's Hill, Tl.urd:i
eveiilim, Jiinuary lO'li. A ileh pro
gram is In pn paratiou.
A copy of Guyot's riiyili al Geog
raphy Was lost brtween Oregon and
N w l'oint. The fn der will please
leave the same l thU olllce.
The lust grand juiy of Auliuw
county, n poited the old conn huHe
being 'dUgiiieefuli( dilapldntcd and
uiMurih tho name of u court lioiue."
Tho following otllccrs have been
elected tor the ensuing year, by ChrNt.
Meier I'oil, (r. A It : ( 'omm mder, O
C. llil:, S Vice, AC Warn, Jr. VI, e,
.1 II Nto. Q. M , W T Eddy
Mound ( ity Post, f. A. II., bus
e .ctcd the fo. lowing onicftrs lor tin
ensuing year: ('oininander.M M Smith,
S. V Viie, .Ins. Lamlou. ,1. Vice, Mr
Uosebeiry. Q. M.,.Iohu l'oiter.
Do you want a strictly fust-elifs
Huguy or Wngon? ('allutt o Central,
here yo i can get n b irain tlmt you
w 1 never icgrit. II. C. Sciimiht
1'iop., Otegon, Mo.
Mrs D. E llenneti's CluKtnias
dinner Is spoken of by those who ur
so fortunate to be pic-cut as beini; the
must elegant uver fpic.Ml in Oregon.
We rcaret thai revions engagement
prrvcnlid our at.pmlaitce.
The many fiiei ds of A. (I. .Irtii.i-
son, wiio is now in Callaway county,
serMng health, will lea I with inu icst,
a letter fioui him which will bi fmiml
on our Inside We regret lo learn fiat
he is .still in feeble liealtli
The I'ill't.o e Mi.ls under ibe man
agemenl ot ) Saers an I son. i firii-
itig out a most c.M ollcui gr.ole ol llmi
1 1 e r A o, i, is hist class In viVy
partleul.ir and ilmse deiiring this fifur
can 11 d it on sale ill the st.iro i.f .1 it
- Mr. doe Colli'on will hare a Tub ie
kit e of per omtl propertv on tl farm
I of Levi Oren, one mile east if Nc,w
l'oint, on Saturday, .laumiiy ft I. k'.Ve
u drt and that Mr ColliH mntem
ptMles engaging in lusinesscj .Vaiiiand
in ti e near futu o
M. M. Smith hu ybVm'Kht suit
against Mound City '''l.'i.dOO dam
Myew for injuries to f ffaugluer, eons,
ed by defective s (Vvalks. Unless tho
c uncds of Oregi and H'gelow repali
their walkr. tie,- miy Imvu a slmi ar
si'1', on their li lids .eune ol' iheo days
The W. C. T. U. iHl muet In thu
I're-bytirlun chinch next Wednesday
nlternoon at 'A o'clock, ilev.itlng iiist an
liourt'" the work. Coimo ladies, see
and know fir your-olvcs, bow t lies
meetings are conducted. It will do
you yood Edna G. I arothers, See.
Ab. D uglasf, of (his city, hi-
been engaged as floor iranacur tor all
the dances that take i lace in Forbes
township during the enr 18ol. He
tho nughly understands daiicin;, and a
uetter selection could not have be- n
made. Success to you. Ab, and watch
out for tho f.il lng bricks.
-The wives of tho members of
t hrlt. Meyer 1'nst, are riquested lo
meet ft I tho residence of .1. II Nies, on
no t Monday afternoon, December .Hist,
nt 2 o'el ek A largo n'temlimco is
eainesly requested. This leipie-l is
mailu by li o committee of arrange
uituts for the appro idling entertain
Some of our people scorn to be im
piessed with thu idea lln.t iiouo ot' our
painters can't do a good j ib of sratu
lug. Mr. Ab. Greene has ust complet
ed a plecu oi iriaudHg in walnut, a' the
resideneu d Ira I'eter, that wl I com
pare wi h any in this cecuon f lia Mate.
It' y n contempla'o Imviu.' any work of
this kind dour, be bine and give Mr.
Gicctm a elm nctt.
I'lillip Uuraoss, of Forokt City, now
ha one of tho liuest sample rooms there
Is to be found In any city. He has just
put In a new lf-ball pool table,
now bar fixture, room re pspered,
and evcrthing fixed up in tip-top h po
Tho business is under the charge ol'.dr.
Georuo Mnr z, whose uaiiiu a ouo Is a
sufficient gnarau'ee thi't everitlilm; will
bo eondueted in a Hot-class manner.
Thu llakor 8 hool Is prorossing
finely under thu elm i go of P. M. Hud
gin , Forty selmlars aru enroll' d Ay
ifiiCii utti ndiineo tlm pust mwnlli, 28.
Tli t llowliig huliolnrs are repoited is
not being atisent during the month:
Aiiuonl" Uu, Anttii I'arker, llo.su
Uuruu t, O Ho Hill. m Gvur Mich.
Worlei, Win, Uai. Clyde MoWllbnms.
Lena Hiikor, Eddy Dunn, IuU linker.
Tho lido Cloud ferry is under
The Hnrr Oak saw mills li ivo khtil
down tempotaril y.
Nelsot bust, of Craig, U very ill -not
expected to live.
II. ('. Schmidt bell, the bois
wagon Orchard City.
We have n farm of 1G0 notes for
sa'cs. Call at this oll'ien.
Theio Is a good iiponing for a woo J '
mcrchiiut at l;ortuipie andNpiei.
lluiiieinber -Cheap riiotoxraph" at
1'. M Zook's Gal cry lor a short lime I
A-k I'hli. Schliit7.hnuui', of Itlii'J'!
City, about that duck he shot at Iat i
P. M . Zonk is prepared lo mnke
jou good I'liiitographs In ilark, cloudy 1
The usual Christmas fesUvl'.les were ,
held In ibe Sunday school' on ( Iirisi-1
Anderson & Hoyd aru offering special j
inducements in Kap Robes and Hotse
An exhibition 'vlll be given at tle
Id'e Wilde school, uu the evemug of
On tic mint nf slot. tics of the
teaclier, thu Hnrr Oat: sciioul has been
-Win. ltr.itMn has ti tided for the
France fartn In the bottom, near his
foiiuer home. Weleomo hack.
We are glad to learn of thu Im
provement ol little Morris Stokes, of
Craig, who lias .boon qu to sick.
On Wednesday, 27l h In-t., Esquire
Hniruiun united in marriage, Mi-s Alice
Nowles and Mr. Scott Waggoner
Go and examine thoe iron bnund
-llrrups at D. M. Martin's. He puts
them on his own make of Saildles.
Henry Molter, our iieeoiiinioda'iug
freighter between Ore ton and Forest
t ity, will put on an uMra w igou next
Your oath for Jannaiy 1st shou'd
he t sweat thai I wi I take Tuv:
Skntimx now, henceforth and toiuvur
Mound City pos'offico has been
placed on the list of -alaried oftlcc-.aml
tliu salary ll d at Sl.iOO. W e congial
nlnte vou, lii-iither Maltuu.
t)n account or.lTC.iiV a " nynll" on
Cliristina-. wo .ire one d y behind this
went., but hereit'ter mi il enileavnr
to have the Sk.ntiski. out on time.
Oh, those lion bound stinn s.tho
i.o-s li ting s'irrups, those everl .sting
stirrup that wi.l wear ou so wo I.
D. M. Mautin.
The wor. on thu levee u nr Idle
Wililei has been stopped for the 'b ter.
I'nless they e imp e' their work in the
c mi l.v spring, all. ihat has been done
will be lost.
O W. W. biter, ol New Point, wmi
ihrown from a horse Tlmrsday e'eu ng
ot' last wee'-, receiving severo linii-e.
ab'int tho In ml ihat will la, him up
tor some time.
The colored Concert ('onipany will
give an ontert "iuntont at Steirett'a ha I,
next Friday evening, .lanuaiy 4th. A
ilcli program is promised. Go and
Imve a go d laugh.
A concei t will bo given by our col-
nod people on next Friday evening,
.lanuaiy -1 li, at the Opera llou-e. The
eutertainmsnt will he given f r tho ben
efit of the colored Ittptii-t church.
Durmg tho winter, we umlerstu'id,
thero will t)o delivered at ttie but k op
poMto White Cloud, about 10t,0o0fei.ce
posts and aho'it 10,000 cords of wood.
Lots of work for those wanting It.
J. Sayeiv, of tho Fillmore Mills,
was in Oregon last wiek making ar
runucmeuls to have their Hi ur handled
hero. They are making a No 1 article
of Hour. J. M. Howaul has it, tor s.ilu.
Theodore Smirl and Mauda Peter
son, of Craig, were united in liie holy
bonds of matrimony last Thursday.
Tho wedding took pliico nt tlie io-i-ilenco
ft tho groom's parents, and was
a billlluutatra r.
Ilaidln U. Nolaud and fSarah M.
E. Hamilton nnd Mary A. McAuno
T. C. Fornoy and Nanoy E Weaver.
Edgar Philips and Anna. Derby.
W. K. Williams and Nancy M. Win
uih.im. Juliu K. Longneckur and Ella H,
Lyman J. Marion and Faunle Wilkin-.
Richard Cleavenaor and S, T. Yeo
Thou. P.Smirl and Amanda Peturson,
lamos Steele and and Amelia llariott.
A. .1. Kolloy nl Oregon and M. J.
King of Forest City,
P. W Zacliory uml N. L. Drown big
both of Mound I'iii.
II, L. Luudy and Abblo Gnllln, both
L. M, Lindur nnd Kaio A. Morris,
both d Forbs.
Dr. .1. T. I'haeher and K. Q. Evans,
but ii of Oisrgoii.
Jas Lowe and Clara J. A won, bolb
ol Mound (. ity,
Manl igM is u wor l to whl-h woiumi's
sympath'u- glye a tone like the harp
of .Kolas lo tlw s'ightnst br-nlh; her
en'lblli ies light up ami ipilver and
fall with ail 'tin verltab e flu ie of lior
heait't best I re, and she lst us to (he
niu.ic word In whl li a e cen red nil
her hopec, her jois, her life. 'I' lie an
nouueement th t will interest cuim "t
o d fi lends not nly here lint o'sewlirre,
will be icesived with p eaure that Dr.
.1. T. Tlmtchtr, was uiarrbd tin Thurs
day evening last, the 27 h ins . to Miss
Uu e Q. Evans, b.ub of this city.
Tho niarrui'je was so emnled at the
l. E. chinch. UpV. S Carother-oilt I
ating, in Ihe presence of tro ips of
f i lends, wlio-o warmust wlnhes gave
at'es'ation to the hold he linde and
g-oi'in hd upon their affection and
itc-m. iluaven lilivs them .seemed to
bo echoed in all hearts, and the sineei
I'.si and lie-l wishes were accorded
them ami I .i profusion of rams' flowers
In i n ping with Ihu occasion. "He
was the man of all men fur hi-r, site the
one woman made lor him."
Tho church was elegantly and taste
fully festooned nnd decor ited fir the
occasion wl'h chnice-i ll iwers A large
umbrella in everareen anduitur.i flow
ers, was suspended from the ceiling un
der which the bridil couple Mood,
wliilo the woids, which bound them to
gvther as husband and wile were utter
ed. A beiutifii monograni in Ihiwer"
"T. E " was i.Uo a beantllul piece of
wuik Tho llotal decorations heing
mailn In Mrs. Kite G Ho iz, Mrs
Mary Sturr.it, YUy a Chcitno, Carrie
Hi 1 and .lenule ottou.
At preuUdy eijht o'clock the bridal
patty enteri'il ihe burch preceded b
the ushers, Mr Pull .1. Z lies Jiul .Ins.
E Cummins, wh'lo the parties moved
down the aisle. Miss Cu-iie Hill ptayd
Kline's beautiful wedding march, in :m
oupi'slto' perfect manner.
The grootu, Dr Tha'c'ier, has been
a ral lent f Oregon f r eeial yrjr,
and IJ oiin of our most l;beial-he irleil
and enlrrpri in eitlyeits. an excellent
Moinikynthic pliici.in who rtijovs i
largu and lucritive practice, ilei- uver
on th" a eit looki --j to the iipb'iil lin.'
of i his p ea-ant little city No m m In
our comtunuity lins more ener.-y and
push thfu be; Hid we ! lieve. mi man,
on ntering 'ho mar' luge .st.ilos carried
with hi. n a beat tier G nl .speed fioui the
citizens ileiu 'ho Docor.
The bitde, has hi en a resident nf our
city from infancy; here she was t-chnol
ed ; hmo die urew in woiu.iuiiooil, and
here .she takes the obligation of uli oh I
g.iti us the wife; citen-ive eommeii'
i nnnei e-sary she i-kno. n by all and
sleemed by all he was attired in a
neh iirtss of uutnel i-stin, made in
walking si iit h-ng h, wnh over dross
of Mtim, white Kid g'oves, and gurnet
jewe ry. Sho carried un oleg.inl lio.piut
of uatiir d 11 wers.
The bridal parly left on tho midnight
train lor laeon City, .o., wher'-ilu-y
will make a briei visit with ivlatlvos ol
I in: Sentinel extends liciutt con
gratulations. Tin- folUmltic l all.nl of lirrsonts rereiveil :
(ii)lil lirai'clels, l.:inKtf, t lit- Rrmii.
ller Iniller illli, njipr(iiil.ite t'ligraviiiK.
invliilien "f tlie A. It. L'. w.
silver caKe slinnl, eiiKr.iveil, iin-inlicri f A I'
sUit s)inn-!inMcr. J i: rinninliis an J wife.
M;mt Mik'.ir b unit crvlnl butter iltili,
1'iiiiik ll.isue'is, h'Wii l'oint. Ka
,SIIrr s)iiii iiMi, Mrs S M.-Kitittev.
MI.T JilcKif (tls'4, IMillH Albert Wliltliicr.
Dr. h-Iiik . Drt' I. i:ans.
Sllvi-r cup. Misscmrl Keln.
Sjt fl.er liii kpumis, Mr Motitcmticry unit
Mrs S l) (Instill.
Set siUiTtiilile knives, T II I'.irrMi ami wife.
.Spibi'irv hi(kms, t; Van llul(lrk unit wife.
Set silver nut picks anil rnu'ks, 1' C Diiiikiiii
Sci siivrrnut pick', T , 1'rlce unit wife,
l'.ilr pli-turr p inela, In pliisli. Mrs. K. 01.
J'.ur plot 're panels In pliisli, King & I'roud.
Mlcr ami natii tea urn, Ituv I'urntlieis uml
Set miilntic.iillsticM, II T Alfclre Hint wife.
Wlilsl firmnn In liioiil-imliitcil case, l).i Al
klre uml wife.
Cryslul lierry Imal, 8 II I.ukrns ami wife,
li.i.ikL-t ot hot liuu-n piiuits, aiiiIitmui & Cum
nuns. liressln case, Mrs A K usil I, C Inluc.
Kinlirnlilcrert sllpprr case, Mrs Kieek.
Tin cinlilnn, llcnrv Miiitrr unit wile.
I'ainle.l l'laciiie, Nellie Knck.
I'.ur llnlicniriii vases, .Mrs Mary Slcrrcll,
l'.ilr vasr.s, Smile I'oMlns.
Vasi , cup ami Miuei-r ami plate, Mr Hurry ninl
Mrs l.liiiblnl, M.lnsppli.
Pair cut Ktass coluuu bettlei, III pliisli case, .1
A Kin k.
1'alr cut el.tss coloptve hotllcs In plmh ease,
Neiil llnhlltrcll unit wife.
Hcr.ip book, Mrs II S hcllec, S;ivatinali, Mn.
IlliislratciltjUl linnk, Mrs. M II l'lioinxs.
Dun Quixote, Unwind Urnwiilee.
Hlinksiirure'.s coniplele works, Jennie Van
Gniuty, Nlllton. Mn. , ,
Mr. Uetuaiis' poems, Mutlie filtnin.
l'oint bice, liaiitlkerclilvf, Mrs. W. 1'. Drake,
Mimnil City. . ...
IIiiiul mirror, l It Knnnlcsauil wife,
Anchor tlicriiiiuiiclor, .1 M lla.iiies.
Star tlicnuoiietur, A C Carlton aiiit wife, SI
11 it -li work box. ninl pocket book, M V il
I'rlnfrocli, Mtinsllelit. dun.
Wuiiil-iuiiile purse, (ieore W. Nles.
llanilsoiiie Ihla, Til He Sliullv
l'arlor luiiip, Daniel Zonk uml wife.
lloqiii't wl nntiir.illl.mers, ileiilile -nln.
I'ulr lllsipic alalucs, ilrs Sc-huU unit iluuKhtcr
l'.ilr Japanese sails, Hill .1 Zlllcs,
Jlottlenf colenie, IW IlvntH.
Conk prou, Mrs M Holier.
Drawn Ihreail II 'ii. Cjntlia WrlKht.
Ki t tahl' llni'ii.J 11 1'a.Mie imtl wife.
KilHn i-.irit. Clnn Hnlenr, l'llhinire. Mn.
Collfcthei nf kca shells ami mosses, W It
Sprlniter niel wife, Hiititn Cruz. Cullforula.
I'alr ('un iry hlnls, Mollie Moan,
It'll ef point lac", Mrs H DaMiUmi,
llutler knife ninl su;;ar kpuon .Simpson Joue,
nml wife, Trenton, Mo
Uiljsscyof llumer, Mollle and Jennie llslglcr
Married, at the rosldonco of tho
bride's sbtor, Mrs T, W. Matlhows,
I'urlmm, Lm'is O'Uiiiiy, Mo , by tho
Key. S. Cauilhers, of Oiegon, Mr
Tliomas O. Krcek of Oregon, and Mik&
bailie C.'.rolhers, of Kirksville, Mo.
Tho weeding of thU happy v.mplv
was a most ulo isant affat", nt tended
by uear'y all of a larire familv of the
brothers :ind sisters of the liride, com
ing flout fr nml tieir, and greeting
each oilier lor the llr.st time in thir"'-ii
yuirs. hfistiUHS dav dawncil
brightly, while the ear li wns covered
with five inches ol snow, m iking all
bear' glad, especial y the hcitri - of tho
two, uli eh .should soon heat us one
At precisely one o'clock, iho words
, wee pronounced which lioiiml ill'1 con
ti acting pai ties together its I ii-b.uid
ami wile, Inr liel'ur or f u- wor-o.
I lluppv cmgr itul'illous wee given
I b al , wishing tho two a long and sue
! cestui career.
Tlie groom 's a worthy snn of our
' fel ow-iownsnian, Mr. T. I. Kreek, Mini
ins ivut in (HfC'ii ivi lis Iff, i:'ov
'Iiil' bim-'df a young man of line
i liamclei and Industrious habits. The
bride is the youngest sis'er of Key. S.
Carotin is, of the M. E. Church, ami
'dining her short stiy in Orceon, his
I won the esteem and loo of her nmnv
jnss ciaies. She will imiko a fuiibfu!,
, loving ciiris'l m wi't Muv sui ce s at
tend them, Is not only 'ho wish of Tin:
j Sr.NTi.M'.l. hut a lingo ciieln of fiiouds
I The bridal party ariived in tliio ci y
ini Wedno day. and on tho foll iwing
day a roeept'on was tendered the Imp-
py ample at ihe residence of Hie
groom's I'm en's.
j Married, at iliu resd.iico of the
j bri'le's parents, flvo miles noilheast
lot Oregon, Thuitdnx, the 27ili lost.,
j Mr. Lylo Dernier ami Mis Mary
1 Drehei, Dev. Asling, of Orugmi,
I'hii contrActins: parties .siotw-iof
Holt's mi M popular young icople, the
I jiiium being n son of Mr. Ellas Dender,
; an old and highlt rciticted cllireii of
I i his Ciiunty Tim lir'.de is a ilanght' r
, of Mr. Fiedunck Droher, one of our
sol d inid ihri ty Geriiuiu farmers.
After tlie ec'i'inoi y a sumptions wed
ding dinner was preail, I.) wni h
all hands did umplo justice, and mi
Friday cuming an elcnani weildiag
supper was given at thu residence of
the grooiu'n paiu Is.
Till". St NTiNr.t. unites with the many
li lends uf the huppy (ouplc in wlstiinn;
them a long, happy nml prosperous Uf .
Tiie following luiudsomu present".
ere I ecu veil :
Hit Of Jeivelr. Kieeiu In hrMO.
I .'iik -t ve unit lamp, iiinin's father.
l'..lr linen lul.V t Inlks, biiiumi's iiiutller
Initial mntlii. Kiiilu.i I'lcrre,
lul.ial iniilinauil Di .l .iii;i. Lnrriila lirmlcr.
.Musliteii" cup .nut saiicei, A .1 llcinler.
Kilitilax eloi'l:. (I W lleudiT.
( r s-t.il set, 1) Kunk ami to mil v.
rirkii'iiith.j i'. 1:111,1.1- unit lamlly.
I'nnl 1IM1, l!i. si., ami Delia KiiiihcI,
Set pi.'lc, i';.r 'line Dreber.
1 l ktilvi sainl fmk, Jnbn Drcher.
Set nance duties ami pi, 'k.e dldi, Wllll.un
Drelicr ami wife.
Slain! siire.ul. Martha Ki.eale,
TaMe eliilh, brnli-'s tunllier.
Ilaifdeiu plates, Mrs, KhMbclh Kuuknl,
A pleaaul wedding oceured last
Thursday evenina, the VOlh lust, the
cnnir.ici ng patties ba'ng Mr A,. I. Kel
lev unit MUs Minnie J. King, 'l'lm car
em 'iiy ws performed nt ihe rcs'ilence
of ihnbihle's patents, O II. King, Em
martins ci'y. by Dnv. Tobm. in the
pickcnce of a largo irclo of fiieuds.
On the flth day of January, 1S72, Mrs.
S. O.. Goslin, A. E. Goslin, M.M. Super,
Mary Curry, Annie ltatchclor, Annie
K. Irvine and Elvira llioadlieck assem
bled at the residence of Dr. Goslin, in
this city, and oiganied themselves in
to 11 society, having for its object the
mental, moral and physical improve
ment of woman.
Thus woven women started what is
now n Hociety with about liVi naincs en
rolled as members.
This socioly lias done more than any
other towards the improcnieut of the
inhabitants of Oregon and vitcinity, lij
liireing lecturors nnd troupes; and this
organization has been tho means of
bringing nearly every amusement to
Oregon for the past ten jeara. They
have paid out nearly 1,000 for this pur
pose. There is no institution of an intellect
ual character in northwest Missouri, of
which tho frit'iida of true progress have
greater occasion to feel proud over than
tho Woman's I'nlon. Several societies
have been organized hero tlmt have
done good work for tlie advancement of
the people, but none hnvo dono us good
work or hold together as long as thin
Every Monday night tho mothora of
a lnrgo number of Oregon households,
burdened with tho worrying household
cares of every-day life, meet at their
hall to pass a few hours in pknsant
recreation and literary pursuits, and
thus forget tho euroH tlmt ina.e our
mother old before tlio stun of life baa
ncarcely reached tho meridian.
They have been in tho habit of giving
a literary treat every year at their an
niversary meeting, and Jan. 0, issl,
being tho 12th anniversary, wo may
look out for something good, They nro
trying to get up a A column folio news
paper for that occasion which we hopo
will bo a success.
A few goodi steady, .Miiing nr old
men or inns uoy wnn a mustache
prefered-onn find Nobby Suit- uud
prtie to lit 'otu at Million & Uurimt,1
. Forest Clt , Mo.
IN HONOR OF W-HITTIKH.
Last Fiidny .'ttternoou win nppolnlcd
to celebrate t'o M-veiily-fixth annlver
saiy of the itcatest livmu Auierlean
poet, by Ihe pupils of Mrs. McKiuncv's
room lit an upfroprlatn plscc, thu
poet' pic lire was depeiideil from iho
walls, nml tasiefnlly deconitcil with
eveigieens. The blicklioard behind
the desk bore these winds;
John Greculoaf Whit Her, Decemtier
" I mourn no more mv vnuMicd
years ' Mi runlm.
Tito -;lrls were nlce'y prepared eauh
with her dut.,a d performed It very
erdititlily both to he-'sclf and teacier.
Several lsiior- weie present who well
enjoyed Ihe eerciso. It was utnlsr
stood that lite bnvs were also well pre-
! paietl. in leu of the imimml listeners,
,lll,V "plntwd themselves away, leaving
but one solidity uoy who hail lite cour-
age to stand his grountl. Such conduct
I, nt lens', n sad t'otnincntaiy on thu
braverv of tho-e boys: and the more
eteilit Is dun the girls and tun ono hoy
Tho exercUes consiMed of songs,
quot.itious. vssiys, recitation:, and se
lections, all nf which weru well per
lot mctl. A concert exercise, nn extract
from " I'lio Eternnl Onmlnoss"by tlia
wholo sehoiil. was inimitably lead.
Q'lotntious w etc given bv : Eva Payne,
(')nthla Hoi-lcr, llettio Stuct-ey, Emma
Atl-n, Emuiii Kunkle, Minnie Iiosullus,
Anna I huma, Emu n Hoecker, Ilattin
Nipher, and Mary Peter. Se ecti ns
were read bv Mattie lluiion, ..lyrile
Kvger. Itecitntioiis were given bv:
Gertie i tiniiHltis, Minnie Dostock, Ida
LlmpiH, Pearl Dennett. An essy was
read b Kat e Greun.
Maxims worn rend by thleo littlo
.iris; they were gem of thought, one
or two only fron. ench will lie given.
Fiom Lulu Dohyns' colli cllou ,
"Dearer Ficedonr.s rngge.i labor
Th in tho psstlmo of u slave "
" Forget .self in love's service nnd the
Thou canst not pay the ange's shall
ICii ic Ashworili :
"In the field of d-stinr, we reap n w
lone s'Wii "
"Let thine eyes the gond behold
In everything save eiu "
M.ittle A Ifti :
"Wrongs of man to man but make
The oe of God mole plain "
"Vet hue wildre.im and fai'li will
That mi, nowhere, somehow meet wo
Tim xeiclse, began with the rrrdiwj
of a letter ('inn the unci himself in his
own hand-writing, to the to.ichei of tho
li enneerned Iho date of his birth
wlrch has becu coufnsed by oiu au
thors ; ami beside exptessi d his grati
tude to teacher and pupils for thu ro
tiv 11,1)1 llll 0.
This me hod of icaehieg literature,
and ciillir:.tin a tasle for the elas-les
is Ingh'y coinnienilnble. Tiieso pupils
no dnubi h ive morn information icgaid
ing WlnttKr, Ids thoughts anil poenix,
tliar. I buy would ;et in any other way ;
and they will remember tins author
wlieu Ihe.T have forgotten dozens of
otliets, of whom they have reeelvcd
fainter impressions in a di ire run I muth
od of ins'riictloii.
--Our fchnol ha closed for tho holi
days. Dsn. Evans has Impnried ft fine
Jersey red pig. He is n beauty.
Clirls'mas ball am! parties aro oc
cupying; our voting filk's attention,
- Holla H mic hhippod the finest lot
of h"gs from hero Inst week, averaged
801 ; and hrmighi him over $ 1.25
- I'ncU John Cooksey had tho mis
milium t bo pitched out of his wagon
last rhursdny. He loosened up n
o'Uiple of ribs, bul is around again.
--Wood, hogs nnd wheal are rl ing
nut of here on nearly every fieight, and
money Is rolling in on nenrl every ex
press; coiiMiipiently times are lively
and pi city Hindi everybody and his
neighbors are prospering,
lieu any of our citizens want a
ines of fiesh catfish, tlie.v go down to
tho luko nnd nit a hole in the ico, and
the fish coming to tlie surface thoy pick
out what liny want. Several hare put
up a Ixtrcl for future mo, fearing they
may get scarce,
Ho'l Couvty Te.iehers's Instl-
tu'.o convenes nt It celow school build
ing. January f h, 1881, nt 10 a. u.
OpeiihiK exiT'-lsrs by I'rof, (). C. Hill.
lSja on Moral Trnfuhi;-Mlss Kttlu Curlls.
DlsCiisslnti lit liisliinte-llow In Secure Iti'K
illarmid rniirtnal .Vtcndnnee I'rof A. N. On
w,i. Mrs. a A. Mulr. li. M. IJeinley, Uenry
llimlri. Miss Knunn Colircll and I'rof lilllj Uiu
Ited to ten minutes each,
How to Teatli l'ciiiiunWi-l'rof. (i. W
llallinseo, folliivted by dltcutslon,
Ihirollmrnt ef members for (he fonr wtvtu
Nnrmalliisiitute fur nuxt kuslon,
Ilvamliiations iu mir Neliiiels Samuel Uuttjr
uuj March rll;,
l'liDlsliinrutn Their .Uses nml Ahum-JtlA
Cnra Alia less unit t . L, Miixwell. ,
Qiictlmu nnd Annwers ou INilnli nf tho
Hrtiool lAwh nil meiiilimnf the Inslitiite.
Itelnltpii mm liifliienca ot tna iiraueu bciioon
lotlieCouiiiryMclioolsbyauyand all preteut,
." ' "
-P. M. Zook is rocotvltitr a large iu
' volco of Picture Frinio ot til kind Am-
the Iltilnr trndo.
ill itf uti-
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