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Money ts Loan at a low rate ef interest, and furnished Within 3 Days After Appli cation, is taken when Title is Perfeot Anply to J. FASTER MARSHALL, Office over Schullc Urut. More, Oregon Mo August Broaeher has purchased a farm in Whig Valley, to which ho will remove next week. Money to Loan, by J. F. Marshal, who can be louud in the front room Who wanls to trade n good cow . .. chnltn Itm' more. TOWN AXD COUNTY. Wc gather lrom our exchanges ( that pneumonia is prevailing in nil the neij-noonug counties. -n t tt Ttri-Hf AW. will continue the lrar U t!iwnfhis urofession at Bigel'iW. All Mils prrlr.r are rendered. After dantiarr IrtB Hborrl discounts will be mads on Cash payments or wmrn uuu iTt'imtvnrATTI.K. Khufelilt and Cham- XX bers II1 be prepared the coming season to hcnl cattle on their range, northrast of Craig at tbr lowest living rates. PrrMDi drsinnr to place their cattle on a tmod ranjre orgrass will do well to apply to thnuxrrBtlemui. bv addresslnc tlicm at Mound dry. Advertisement. TO EUZA A. 8TEBBETT: Tou are notified not to cut down or haul oar any timber, standing or lying down, or -rails, or any timber whatever, or permit the xaraelo lie done, on or irom in soaincmi cjur ter of Sect Jul. Jfo. thirty foor34). rn Townihlp No. sixty (60), ofllange No, tinrty-eigni, isbj. annate in Moil county stare 01 siiasouri: IS, nTKKBCTT. 'Oregon-January 30, 1STO. W, for a good sewing machine? Apply at this office. Judge Anderson has rented the late residence of Mr. John Vess in this city. Quite a nnmbor of persons in the vicinity of Craig have recently gone to Kansas to seek homes, L. B. Knowles has removed his office to the front room over Sthultc Brothers' store. The festival at the colored Bap tist church in tl.ls city last week nett cd S10 25. which will be devoted to repairing the building. Dodds's new paper at Corning Is to be called the Eerald. It has not vet made its appearance, but will be out In a few days. Remember the People's and Teach ers' inttliute. to be neiu in ine ror mal building this (Friday) afternoon and to- raorro w. Everybody is Invited Those triends we have agreed to pay ment for subscription are requested to bring it In immediately Kev. S. 11 Enyeart will preach at the M. E Church in this city next Sutidny, morning and evening the M. E nice time till they came to Lake of the mwi tlty Itf S settlement showing $211.32 due said Woods, where thev met a larce Bear. Mound City, February 18. estate. . i .... i wnen iney were jJisappointea as iney x.u. bkntinki.: iou win yicasc 8578.19 was found due the estate thought they would have a nice place forgive me lor omitting to give youthe Gr Geo. Hoover by Jno. P. Hoover. to spend trie day ; Out tdey relurncu to unppeuiugB in our uurg insi wees, out adin.i,istn.tt.r. . i i . . , - I a -i e i cr. .ut- I mo par to spenu ine uay mere. .or reuBot.s tuereui, uuer m. cu0, W(n Knuell guardilin of Mary E And while they wero sitting eating that naught happened whereof to write. Babb ulB(e ,,,, mu Bftthmeal winusor pears a rYoir elippcu up anu un oaturuay nignt last, me iaiu, mo . 4,1330 on aub UgtHfB . ... . . . t . 1 .ir... ct.i.ki.. 1 " Rrnip mncr ni ina nmv a nna. Rn mai u y ui uic was uiyeu ur murK au wmci. Ulianeny meeting Ul. luu m. a.. I ,, . , , ,.... Van ami hn thA slnmWino- rlnnt rn......l. 1.. .1.1 t... .... thn flrat n ml jvuim iuuii uuu lu uu uui buuhu;;, l'l - o OUIIIUU III I.1J1S VlbT W muui - I . . .. . ciwinri ilnr In Mnn-h. but they had very poor succcfs, as zens aroe, to iook npon me reason 01 j- . - - - ,1.1. 11. , . .1 .u. iwa ci'iiiiuucu: aio same eniTT Oi -The venerable lathcrof David and ey came , oacK witnomy a ngeon ana P. jt ' " s,u Carter, guardian of Levi W hnrt smnilWon,l died on Sunday a Urow Wing, br.t resolved to try store and dwelling house (combined) ' guaraian ntrnin lietoro retnmtnc hnmi. built two years sIbco by Samuel A Alter dinner the younger ones Glenn, in flames. This structure stood The final settlement of Joseph thoi.chr th.. .n.,i.i ohti- on the corner between the Cltv Hotel "eaumout, apniintstrator 01 me es- Pa. I and tho residence nf Mr. Strlckier. and ha'8 of Jabez Beaumont was cm AVIIUIU V bMlllg U tKUian vaiw - 1 - - 1 kin around and asked for something wasfulte an ornameht to our town; tluued. to eat. but left verv nuletlv after clvinff I but It seems had not been built In the Win. Hawkins administrator Robert Smallwood died on Sunday night, at his residence ton miles north eastot Oregon, attera brief illness, of pleurisy. He was buried In this city on Tuesday. He was a worthy and greatly respected citizen Those of our readers who have legal notices to publish, such as Trustee's Sales, Stray Notices. Orders of Publics tion, etc., are requested to seud them to the Skktikel. Wo will publish The first settlement of J. A. Potton adni'x of the estate of Henry Patton was continued; also same entry of in him bis supper. Ho went hunting j proper place for a store bouse, as air. cnargo or the estate of J. W. Harris with them and they killed a Deer. Glenn only used It for that purpose tor and Air. Wright was instructed to Tbi was their last adventnre and they started the next morning before la few months. burned it was At the used as prera The receiver of thl notice expect that the Will next reccirc notice to quit eating. Trebl 81. T3, lw). A DMIXISTKATTJRS NOTICE.-Lcttrra of XX. Admlnwrarrauon in me ewaie 01 "'"a . . h . t . , ilopklrj. deceased, were granted to the under- acCOmmoUHie oy taking WOOQ in algnrd on tnesisl uay or January, A, u. ibv, in. th. 1'roKatM I nnrl nf Holt (vtuntv. . AH peraons halug ' clalma' agalntt' said es tate are ream ml io eauiuu mem lor aiiunaKcc to theodmlnlstrator, within one ycararter the datPorMidlettrra. or they maybe precluded S"?',"rn'.,T.Y.,r.ri ,r"tic,SS. resumption they are "up." The rea. bSrml- WM. HAWKINS. OD IS obvIOUS. JubilcAdm'ronioit comity. nt jj McMnrray, who has been rpKUSTEfs SALE.-whereaa by jieed or spending several weeks with his lamily .bLm? AS " city started on hisreturn to Colo conMiy, M0.L in Hook at page 3s, itobrrt I rado ou Monday, Clma eonveyeil to Wilson W Sralth.orrre-I J tmn Cm. Iowa a trustee, tnt following arscriu 1 W . Intnrmii1 Mm nil ,nr mi-r. ml f.r Irtnr anil lieinirln Ih. eountr I "8 are WlOrmeU Ilia, ail Olir Cr- erilolt, Hateor AiUiotin, town time it waa I make necessary repairs on the a tenement Iscs belong! tig to said estates. U LUC SKATlHbLi ITU Will IUUIIQU " . . I . . . . . i I t, ,!,. - ,.hnnniv v nnrr i sunriso for home, hoping they woum nouse anu paint scop, two mmine. An attachment was ordered Issued ., . , . iim. i. I spend ihe next vacation as happily as viz: John Patterson and Ueo. Jow. against Wm. Cash, abminlstrator the county and at the samo time give . . ... wnrn mnnr,n .. .,,. r J u"raior v'laJi " " illV toiiaic Ul ij(,T IfBlUt rt tnn t.nna f T nnt a if rVA(k(1 ID I AllHHIE UDKI1S. i"ouuuc. lui. l.un o.. A citation TOft nrriorpd i against D. W. Freeniyer, guardian of advertisers the benefit of a circulation ,hej naJ 11,18 greater than all the other papers in the county combined. E. P. Hostettcr ha bought out Joel Hester In the restaurant business in this cltv and will take possession im mediately. Mr. Hostettr hag had considerable previous experience in Before the resumption of pccle how to feed the people to thsir entire rroraany bencat br such estate, aad If Mich payments Dogs were "uown. omco satisfaction, saving-all of his household fixtures but Mr. Patterson, living In the upper Nosll d ... K -a ? w ----- I A tlonhnianlD I.....J wiifl n Ipnv unnw fril II no- t the time, I ' u j n I Anfli mt I W rf .In,!.!.! . - r .u .jr tJoel Baldwin aud J. P, Yocutn. Ad hnrni: (n h irmnnil with vprv Hitlpl ' w""' A number of our people will change L,,n-Mr in .'. ,,,. t nnder. niinlsirator or.George G. Yocum. catering to the public and will know abont soon ; among whom we find that Lgtanj ,D8t M t Gier7n had only Insured 0 B, or e,t8t0 WM j. n. iveica win leave me vaney anu i.e.-. . j.. t t t. U1UB l" vl vecu ucch;. bo- will locate 6 miles east of Grabim. Mm h, ,i ceased. ts ivi IUhiv tui UIIUi U au v jw awv u v - Alio uruur ui oaic ujhuc in IU0 case Wife VHey. E. F. Weller shipped several car loads of cattle and hogs to Chicago I last week. The reTi-al meetings In Ihe Pres byterian church, still continue with In creating interest. The. house is crowd ed every night aud the deepest solem- It. C. Hunter will move to the iot wn the Ureer art of his nroaertv. "i""' " 0"a w,ul ! luo " Ti- T.itti- ..r. imn f h Pra 01 A,ex w8ut eutc at April term The north hair or the aottthwest Quarter of I (action seventeen, lownsnip ik .range si, con- 1 tatning elglit' acres more or less according to jiuTtrrnineni eurvy. chants contemplate purchasing larger stocks if goods the coming season than ever before. This indicates that VTrUbcj believe good times are at hand. ine tiartnebtof raid notei and wbcrras, w. v. I YC are iniormca mat rcviyai mlth is nnableto actassncn truteas aio-e- I ,tii 1.- . lv, n v aidtad wbeivaahiauroridrdiu id dreii of meetings will be started at the M. E, SuiS;.do?t& Church In this city shortly, after the night. iCSfiJM'a:; serte8 ot niMllnjfB at ttie 1'resoyterian tirocevil to sell the uronertr lirreinberore de-1 church arc concluded. Krl!.Mt Vnv. IhrHrnn.. In Rfimtillahne Willi I Mpronioior eamiirenor rru.i, at ine re- I UliICSS IDC legislature CuangCS ine iiraalefar caoh to the higbrat bidder, at the i present law. there Will be a COUntV ourx iHMMe uoor in iueirui unrun. iaie 1 1 - . , orjlusocrt 1 superaiienueut 01 scnoois to eiect in SATcitAT,FKUitDAnTsJ.is79. the sprins. Professor Hill of this city tietweeu theboaraora-'cloctlii the rorenoon 1 iwi,. ni nf Unnml Pllv arc spoken of as probable candidates Welch farm, sood. David Shields will The Little "Gentleman" of the Prett alsochange bis base of operations. thinks -thatlf there is a correspondent N. H. Taylor will locate with Le- of t00 Senttkf.l in Mound City be nity prevails. Rev. Mr. Williams is anuer inorapson anu supenntena nis garbled the articles of the Prtt.n Let greatly admired by all who heat him, this season. assnre hlra that I have not seen a both for tne manner in which he con- Altwrt Shtiffesky will move out iu copy of his paper since the "grand new duets the services and for tho disinter- the country this spring. year" Issue until the copy In which he csted earnestness with which he strives ucorge uoss has traded his farm Jlor makes Ihe charge o! garbling his art! to win souls to the savior. Let uo no n Andrew county and will move Pje8. The new year-Issue can be bor- nnn stnv nwnv from these meetinn-8. 1 soon As an indication of tho interest in Ihe meetings, it may oe siaieu tnat ten relative, in tne vaiicy. value it very highly. Heavy shipping steers in quotations r;r.... f --J-' - I oeorze nocers nas purcoaseu a pain 1 tm ih .t. r. nml.K will lunnnU. t t 1. n - .. " - 1 . 1 u Buuai aaio uuazuc .v. iiaj ma aG.B.papcrat;CornIngoon. Well, medium shipping weights 20t40c: I, I do not wish any man other than good OoOallOO lbs fiOaCOc cows and eblfcrs, success in uis uuuenanuK, out. am 01 2uac: good corn-fed Tcxans, 40a75c- Mn. Williams is expected here to-day (Friday). The latent nonsense which has taken possession of the universal Yankee nation is a preposterous play on the words "Never" and "Hardly was continued, A citation was issued against M. W. Kunkel, administrator of estate of Jacob Kunkel. Tft Markets. Uva Htpek. cattle Prices tlii j week have rotscd thcush from any one who has shown a stesulv and stem, ,in a . n a v . t . 1 I wmb IMUVV iuissi;arriejacKaonis visiuug nor , Q9 they (the subscribers) do not all along the Hue since last Thursday George Rogers has purchased a pair of 3ne mules $225 Is what they cost. Dan. and 1 o 'cluck lathe atternuon of that itar, all Win light, title, rotemtand estate of the said Hfliieii 1;. uienn, m aim i ine anuve real tate-fur the iwruose tt nrvlue said note and TOe costs anu expennes or Bin crust. soSl-td W. U. KliAMK. Sheriff Iu(t Countr. Mo. tTtltCSTKE'S SACK Whereas. Iiy left iT J. Trust dated the 16th Iar of March Ik77, and reconlrd lathe Kecninler's ofltoe or II..H caOHlr. Mo.. In Itok 1. at fare so: William. K.Jones and Alice June, his wifv rireyrl to fitrphen T. Uk-ss .r Holt Count- M. : as truMee, the lolltiwiiig ieseniii real ntare, lylag aadbelng in the county or Holt, State of Missouri, to-wit: The toutheast aflutter or the tuaitlieasl rjuar trrof serthin S. liTWafciiiei, range 33, coxtalu- ig to acres more -r less. V43eh conteyaace was vsadeto serure Ihe pa-nu-nt nf a xrtain prorain'ory mile therein des YlilMMl. suxt whereas dttaalt ha beeu piadr in the pavinmt iiTsaM BoTe.wt nhereas, S. T Il caa Tmstee, as afitre aS4, refuses to act Its such tntstrr; and uben-as tt ts jinirlded in HaI4 duit uT trust that iu case f abseucr, death, n-ajsal in act. ordlssliilily tnsisjr wise f the trustee., the then artfina: rhrrisT of Holt cuuatr. Mu.,tUiereestirihe Irftat bohlvr iiT said note easy pnieerd to sell the n-v-vrty mrelnbefore lrv.ribed now. therefore. In comdiance with the prurisluns or salil OerdrTrust,iuidatth rcuct of Uie lrjr.il holder of said note, I will inVr Tur sale lor RaSti to the highest bidder at the Onart House S"rJ Uiedt-r On-gon, stats ul MI-mmuI, TCt;.W MAKCH IS, leTn. Ietwrea Ihettonrs of nine o'clock In the re- sB(a( flreo'ctnek in the anrrnntar that tar. alt the rlrtt, litis, iuterest aivl eflste of thesaMWra. F. Jones In and In the abnrr real e Jte, fur the lMno.e of VSTiur said Holes SLd the cost and cxiieuses of this trust, . Jl. rttAMK SterilftUlt County. Mo, A Medicine Chest for 48 Crats. 4 '-h .in ttn.n, BiKlifjnf f a n tiiilrersalle n. Mircd oy et'erjbndy as a fund catkarilc eiwayne's Tar and farmiunlls I'ills are pre tiarnl exitresstr to raeet this nvceeltr. beine sximposeil op purely vrjrrtsble irrelleuts, of ivnico rxiyiisi or aiwirur i-ineiree Tar. .arsanarina. Yellow Hack and other con- rrulnueil Juices enter largely into their cunuio- cttioa; tue wuMe strenein 01 wmca is rsiraci il on an enrir ly new iriaclyl. They are tuiiHiuiartr uMTaiio. prnauee no griping, suidaretrnly avstusle txrgslire, aperisnt, unti-liilluus' and eatharltr. mntielne. Ther sliiuelaie the Urerto healthy action, cleanse -IhesUunach and bowlesufall iiupuriUcs. Lur inr ick and nsrrous hexlaebe. lyspeisia or imugeriion, irtious, or interuinear, reranivui jiciI owreaire ferers. languor, drowsiness, 1.! r i .U i..L- 1 1 .n 1 . -wttti ausbes ofhrat, female irniilatities, and Xor a bilious and coslire habit, no medicine is .mi prnmt aud eSVctual at llr. Swa ) ne's Tar ind sarsarilla mis. If your druarist or toreki-eirr has tiot got them, or will not pro--cure them Tor you. we will forward thru by Hull ou rerrtpt or palee in-curnracy or postajre stamps, 3S cents a box. of Are buirs for Sl.bO. Ads!res letters, lr. swayne & Son, No. Xio 2t:rtn SUth St. rbUadelpIiia. Nor. SO-yl De, C. W. DeN60m's Celery an Chamomile Puis are prepared ex pressly to cure Slek Headache, Kcrv ous Headache, Dyspeptic Headache. 'Neuralgia, Nervousness and Sleep Jcstnesa; and will cure any case. 2'ricc fifty cents a box, SO piU", pos- tsgo free. Sold by all druggUts. Of .iTceNo, 106 N. Eutaw st., Baltimore Md.- - May 31, 1-y AIL USDS if SCHOOL BOOKS AT KING AND DRUGS, JJEDICINES OILS SOAP TEAS TOBAG COA LANTERNS ST INTS DYE STUFFS CRUSHES GLASS SPICES CIGARS lONARxY ETC. PRESCIftPTIONS Prmmptlw mnA carefully Mrc jpmred, mmawmnHsm mtitg the Celebrated WIITE SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES are kept ou hand and all will be sold at better bargains than you can get at any other place. Wc Aiso keep a uj.l Hue of ixtures. Drtj, In and see us OLD STAND A'orth Siitc of Public fHrnre. Cave J. Hunt, late chief clerk at the Banking Hon-e of Bilby & Hcaton iu Cmig, will be Deputy Collector under Fred Myei s. He has already taken tip bis resld. nee in Oregon, Wclciine, Mrs. Mary Wilson and her son-in- law. John Vess. will shortly remove to Omabn, which place will be their luture residence. We regret to lose them from Oregon, but hope they wil' do well iu their new home. What a pity we have not in our county an cftub.ishmcnt lor tho exten sive mauufaclurnot agricultural imple ments. Many thousands of dollars are senl east every year to purchase machinery which could just as well be manurannrcd Here. Ibis money ought to be ki pt at home. Then there would be less complaint of bard times ve continue to eend forward ap plication for back pensions. It wili le well for all those to whom money is due to file their ppens as soon as pos sible, ns the department will doubtless establish the rule "first come, first served." The editor of the Sentixel has all the accessary blanks and no tuney is required ttutii the pcuMon is received. Cull on him and bring your pension certificates "with you. Attention 5s directed to the adver tisement ot Geo. P. Luckbardt. which appears iti the Sextikkl to day. He has. at bis nursery adjoining this city. 1 very large and complete stock of fruit trees evergreens, etc , which buyers will find to be exactly as rep resented in every instance. It is much better for farmers to buy of a rrliable home dealer than to run the lisk of being swindled by irresponsi ble and unknown tree peddlers. The dierepen;y between city time These "Cheap Lec: ares" Editor Sentinel : Tho Holt County Press last week In comment ing on the Woman's Union lecture Ever." and It now looks as though It course has this to say may prove as wide spread as the "Tom It seems that we tire to be treated Collins" enidemlc of a few veura nffo. only to cheap lectures. Men of ua It took its start from a dialogue In a tlonalrcputatlon like Colfax or Theo- . , .... doroTllt ooiiHU comeuy, entitieu 11. at Pinafore," which is now having a Ire-1 sum that will ensure against loss, etc, mendous run at one ot the New York In defense ot tbe tale.it thus far en theatres. Tbe manner of the tunny (?) ensred this season. I wish to remind sell" is to snpposc a conversation be- our people, the Holt County Press not iwecn two pcraous. in wntcu tne "line- I withstanding, mat we nave had no turns on Ihe difference between "cheap" lectures, nor do we expect to "never" and "hardly ever." The fol- have. Col. J. P. Sauford who gavo lowing is a sample: the first two lectures this winter, has "Do you sometimes get on Jamborees not only a "national," but a world- the opinion that this will prove a faux lower butcher grades, about 25c. One ias ou the part of Mr. Dodds. 0f the causes u as in the lieht receipts l see mat mere is a dih offered 111 iu compariiou with the widely ex- otir legislature to have all the county tended deiuaud that came from all printing done in some paper printed classes of buyers Eastern and iterior at the county seat. Well, It tbe Mound shippers aud local butchers and food City Globe is resurrected, and the Lfs. It ia now moderatlv welt .ot. nn nr. fat on hp nnri thnap I ennnlv KPnt In mnvpit tn tmini1 f!itv I ,i 1 ,i . .... v. .. c 1 - 1 j - j "mi ium iue cui'iisu uoverumcni 1 nnir urp piicnvfNi ann wiiimmsiinrni. . .. , ,. ,. , .11 ... .j -- - P7e ..... --. . , Deiore 11 uies acain. won t 11 nave me win uol mntorisiiv ii.i. rru ,ifi. t, preierence, Deing me oiuest paper in importatiuu of American cattle. T..is tbe county seat? Say? Yours, &c. Probate Ceart. The February term of this court closed its session Thursday of last. week and was one 01 the buaicsts in St, Joseph r1 . wide reputation as a platform orator. "A ever I" and the Union instead of be'ng insured "What! Never r' against loss, really found iuelf money "Hardly ever!" out of pocket by the encasement, but The new witticism Is now all the met the deficiency promptly without dered to examine books, papers, etc. rage In (he cat and is rapidly working nrttsinfr the Juit or asklmr a subscrlD-l Geo. Coiiaway wes appointed ad- 11 uuu 19 growing rapidly and sea board shippers are urgent iu their demand. Interior States hare but few matured cattle, and conscaucntlv are 1 . - largely dependention the West for supplies for their home markets. At the samo time it is found that there isat presout a serety of matuerdc at. tflriiinflhn nait vpar. It was ordered by the court that tl or at least they are not coming Wm. Hawkins take charge of the e- '"rward in large numbers. It may be tnlnofdlcsa HoDkln. and was or. at cheap corn In the country and Its way" wetward. We may oo'n ex- tion. imlnistrator ef the estate of Hcury pect to hear It J?ging through nolt General JamcV'Shields, -who gaveiConawayi Countr. I the third JecinreTn the course WB fool-1 .Tns. l.lmhird wits atmninted snecial Ishlv fai.tied had a "national" remit:!. I flmmtslrnlnr nt 1 entstn nf .Tnrnli 1MI Iseograpiicai ruZ2rC. thin, W. Field. The sum of$C20,27 in ac Although accustomed to i-ce -everj- Henry Clay Dean can hardly be counts was presented against said es- tbtng which appears in tbe Skxtixei, classed among the ' cheap" institutions utc and allowed attract attention, wc coniess some stir- 01 uie country ; mougn no tailed toi jt..n Callow administrator of the prise at the unusual interest taken in please everybody, he clearly ddtnon-1 estatu of Charles Callow made his thcgcograpbical puzzle published in stratad that brain force was not lacking cjgi,t, ettlcnient, showing a balance our last Issue. We know that a great In hU make-up. 073 91 due the cblutc a. a a . I ST W . . I many people nave oecn at worK on us u e io not wisn tne idea to Decorae solution who wc never would have prevalent that the Woman's Union supposed would give a thought on the engago only inferior talent, as would subj. ct. For the benefit of all such, be inferred from the Press article. we publish the correct reudering be Whilw iu correspondence with Mr. low. At the same lime wc deem it ou- Colfax several prominent citizens. Iy right to say that, by an amazing ty- admiisrs ot that gentleman, advised ns pographicai error, tbe names of the I that somo other speaker would be. authors were not printed correctly, more popular in Oregon, and though These should have been: Belle Cot- he has a national reputation his best trell and Minnie Burns. The "Intclli- friends do not claim for him the gift of gent compositor" wbo made the mis- oratory, take, feels so badly about it that we To have engaged Thcodoro Tllton will not give hi name. at the modest price of one hundred The following is the correct solution dollars for a single lecture, might do at,. n.Hn . I 111 ('nnch II moo " fw IT nil nn natmnD Ul 1 LiC Ullafat&lC . I9 MMUU ssssv,w V I SS 4 I Vfim UMIIUU I . s . m a MaMs-.sv I CT - ft filt if 1 1 1 1 1 lis ml rnlnlitil hatinlnea I I J ,Al'A1'wi- : . 7 . . over to her said dower, before it Is During vacation in October, before I..,,!. u bald out on the debts. i-j . a. 1 .. . ... 1 culu mi in. wim ix uug uoiinr LiPteL i ir i - - - - anu scuoot nme is a coiisutnt source o, me warm weamer was entirely gone, hlmselt-bat neml.; Upon first settlement of Abraham compiaiui. sitnoag parents in uregon. t lorence, wim ner uromer Joicpn. re- . .' " ' ' " ,7 " Moore administrator of the estate of We do not know that blame can be tached to any one, but that the evil Luis park. exists and ought to "je remedied, can not be denied. Some time ago we sug- s 01 tne warm weamer was entirely gone, hlmselt-bnt tr-neraliv UP" Gnt ettlemeut of Abraham ;on. Florence, with her brother Joseph, re- fo'J?' Moore administrator of the estate ol Sat- solvtd to .pend the vacation In San SSSiiuSS: J-W. Fields, made showing ot 2209, ..... j,.. deemed judicious to keep tbe price of 0 due estate. They were afraid tbe weather would auraission as mouera:e as possible so .Tfi1i Klnlfa arlme nf Iti. slnio of be Rainy, because the mornlnir was that "l""?. wnld have the benefits. As S.r.i, a. Moore came in oen court f1ih,e,PJ,a8!0lft, r. Cl0lr- hat 10 be Clcar- The bus Kwe nsu.t lZSS& f2Ud r!. 1 execution of a deed to R'chsrd CollUon for the northeast quarter of tbe northeast qnarler section 8, tp 62. range 37. E. W. Browning administrator of the estate of E. M. Knisor made his be placed in the cupola ot the court roa& Wo Muddy and Crooked. nouse. in me interest 01 an parties, They had everything ready for camp wo renew mis suggestion, fcverj- ng and started off very happy. When body's time could then be regulated by ihey got there, Elizabeth was so lively me town ciock. ii wonio oe an im she camo near stepping on a rattle rvt nncn nnnranlaiifiA a fkn sMtfinlA I . aV . ess lUtillCU isVtl 1 EUIWUW well as the Intellectual interests ot our friends, and it seems easier to pay 25 or 35 cents, than to pay 75 ceuts or fl 00. Elizabeth Cady Stanton will nroba- bly give tbe next two lectures, and I tbe prospects of still furthor high prices are inducing Western feeders to bold their stock a month or two longer. But whatever tho causes, it is a fact that there are not enuuebJ well-fatted cattle new marketed to answer the general wholesale demand. It is true there may be temporary slight desliucs but underlying trnsac lions there seems to bo a ireneral sentiment that cattle prices are to rule strong hereafter. Beef Isrecelvlng more attention. As suppslics of seal awags and tbiti cattle have been 11m- Noah Huntsman guardian of Oliver Jrod, tho demand for fat 8C0al.05O lbs ami blniore Wlerlek, minor heirs 01 steers and cows and heifers has in estaioot retcr wicriek, made bi creased, as showu both by Interior sixth annual 8eltieU4eat, showlug buteher demands and the wants of $2774,19 duo tho estate. local buyors. The foedinir demand A.J. urimtli made report as ad- has been urgent and large orders for ministrator of the estate of Elizabeth good l.lOOal 200 lb feedin? steers McMees, showiug 4111,05 due estate, have beeu Iu the market. Thin s tock- Jacob Stults administrator of Sarah crg, mainly for Illinois hare shown A.Moore, deceased, made report of .rv ni,ri ,i,.mi,.,i hnt n,imi .ale or real estate which was ap- limited. Altogether tho cattle mar proved. I -ei now nregenU srood orosnocts. Mrs. Margaret Cummir.8, widow of tdvauce 011 vesUrdav's Quotations for tieo. oummins, maae application lor cj,uice shiDnmir steer. Tho strength her dower interest In said estate and r.u..i... ..if. . i tuo uiai he, mu uo uuicu ill m sxie ofll8 head of choice native steers, by Geo. S. Taylor & Co of St Louis at the Natioal Yards. Tho areata averaged 1,472 lbs; prices 5 20 & 100 lbs. As they graded choice it can well be understood what kind ol prices fancr steers would bring in that market. Quod butcher cattle rul ed strong. Tbe market closed steady 00 bare pens. More cattle are wan ted to supply the demand from all classes. trtt onen. but the suddIv In this serf tlon is limiteds Central southwestern, and southeasUrn Missouri bow hare no Kogs to speak of. Even though receipts for a nuntb may be light the packers are not disposed to see hogs prices advance faster than product, and hence we do not look for rapid changes for the better. If valuei be come higher they will come gradual ly. The hogs demand was active, and the receipts were quickly taken up. Evidently there are but few hogs in tho Ei-ters States, and the Great Watt must hero after be the supply section for them. Below we give the prices paid In exlramcs and bulk: Extremes $3 504 45 3 45 4 10 3 50 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday In St. Loui-i ; 420 420 4 10 4 15 Bulk $3 C53 90 3 65 385 3 60 3 85 3 60 3 85 365 390 365 385 3 40 3 45 3 60 good packing, $3.60 a 3.90. extra butchers. 4.00 a 4.25; in Chicago, choice heavy at 3 80 a 4.21 ; Mixed 4.00 a 4.25. Grain Wheat and corn have both been ir regular during tbe entire week, with a downward tendency and buy ers cared but little to take hold ex cept at their own agnrez. St Louii no 2 wheat closed at 100 and in Chicago at 95c; corn closed in St Louis at 39c aud in Chiesgo at 40c. THE RED FROST STORE. Ferest City, Mm. Has crossed the resumption line and will sell you 100 cents worth of good for $1,00 22 yds ehoieo Dark Calico for $1.00 20 yds, yard wide unbleached Muslin 100 8 yds good Duck for 100 10 yd good Cheviot for 1.00 12 spools Coats' Thread for 55c 20 pair Ladies Hose for .1 00 24 Ladles Handkerchiefs for 1.00 1 Ladies Silk IlaBdkerchief for 15c 14 vds Knickerbocker for 1.00 Double width Black Alpaca , 25c 20 lbs Dried apples- for 1.00 20 lbs Dried Peaehes for 1.00 20 Bars Soap for 1.00 3 lbs good Imperial Tea for 1.00 10 lbt White Sugar for . 1.00 5 lbs best Rio Coffee for 1.00 6 lbs good Rio Coffee for 1.00 7 lbs Common Coffee for 1.00 5 lbs starch 25c You will always find bottom prices at the Red Front. Buying for cash gets goods chca at a cash store. Now is Ihe time to buy your clothing The Red Front will sell you a suit at New York cost. Tire rFcitfcer.- What tJssj TbeimsisiHerllgsM'to Say. Data 7 am Sp.ra n.ra Vess Hbrhest Lowest 12 6.6 15 0 7.0 9.50 16.0 5.5 IS 1.0 10.0 5.0 4 67 11.0! 1.0 14 0.0 24.0 23.0 15 6T 36.0 2 0 15 200 44 0 S10S1.6T 44 0 18.0 16 28.0 S4.0 80.0 31.00 26.0. 10.0 17 23.0 29.5 25.0 25 83 30J) 20.0 18 23.5 3.0 34 0 31.17 38.0 22.0 Rainfall 0 054 lacks. Snow 3.60 Inches'- HOLT COUNTY fiUBSEBT OREGON MO. Geo P. Lnckhardt -PROPRIETOR. In St. Louis, fat shipping $5.35 a $4,76; light. $4.(0 a $4.50. In Chi and the cost would not be very great. The striking of the clock could be beard in the remotest parts ot the city, and everybody could regulate bis or her clock or watch thereby. If some public spirited citizen would go to the people, snake; however it was killed by Ml. w''"Id claim for her the sine qua non first settlement showing $128.95 due cago, fat hlpping.$4.75 a $5.10. loraery before any harm was rtlflllnnsil IfanntnMAn Tk - ss.avis lJii I ClllUIJa aUUI . Ilrll I . a week's Press would oerhaos dlitDol mv . Hoas. Packers generally have tll'WlOU. Collllli, administrator of tbe I l,-. rathnr aiiflmis ft tn thm ttr!ma .iM-,u. . e i l I T ..,.pi1 id. n . , I .... y i? st--.iH i i 1. 1 - I uuio iucj wjuu ui mi uuuy . ickiiu iuu i rsn uniiuucnu ua nn- s.r.sionm prcscuicu uis i . u nalrl ilflllr anr! thntr wsra In. tdown on me ureen gs i' "!' i "" unen want- i.nrst seiuemeni snowing oss.i due I it..j , . i. . i i eu to near ann ka i -nirsT-nr Tiitnn l.u .. .";u io j kmuwn m dinner on a f , m .,ZA" "'""'.:: dstote. ,...! .J.t r I nOL in mV tultin n InfvlrHtl rAaoAri At- Big stonemunder some Cedar trees, ror disparaging the talent that. The sum of $38.45 was ordered ap any chances in se curing conncs4sions. They evident ly aronn.l with a snbprlnlon nnw . I 1 . : "'r"",K"'K "o wimv iiiat. um-icu i were more man ever uopeuuent on around witn a suDfcnpiioii paper we ver was Canton flanne . has already appeared here. If Indeed, propriated out of the estate of Sarah . .t i: r tt believe the money lor the purchase of Kr,3 u ., a "national renutatlon" U tr. Z th. ?. 1 , . . . 1 b " " Quotations for provisions for guides ... . I wuiuvivuMMif. . i . . . . . 1 a. Mimrp. itir inmn&uiiiDii. I . . a . 6uc& a clocK cuuld be aalcklv raised. m . tesc orexcellence. we bad bettnrnnnnl " "Zi . . . noa yames, ana iience nny wck l VI.. r... tPBf nraYMlla.. .... t,. !... ftuuiusmuas, rw.- .sbbbW ti m i ..-.. w uuw wwvti r ll.. n n . t . t . . . m xuo nneimcousigicu oi xursey. at once a corresnondenee. with U, n.ny lutmsey, aamiuisirator oi .,. i nm.lnr.t was nulfclv? follow o.l II, , I A 1 l It. I n , c. 1 BKi ni m !..,,.. n . . . . . " - . ..I J ' ' a. nine ouuv tuu wuico uuariiB i uusKs. sanuwisHies. tucxurKev was aitunsr uui ": ne nas tnat. ami ner. i.me estate oi a. at. ttamscv ruauc nis i.. .i i . . . r t . t V. Sr . ... r. I hnnn n, aaH . m n a 1 AU---n.A . r a I a f . i , aa . 1 . o 7t0t. once owned has caused him more very gt od. trouble than a little hatchet did the falberN! bis country. When Charlie was a dozen years younger than he now is, he became the buoyant, but ret, owner ot the fire-arm above al luded to ; and In bis eflVrvescent hap piness it was his pride to stun the cars of his less fortunato schoolmates by its resounding cchjpes. Unhappily, however, a premature discbarge on one occasii n shot off a Joint from one of his thumbs. And this has proved tbe Iliad of a! bis woes. For, last week, seeing the notice in- the Senti" kel that candidates for West Point were solicited, be desired to enter tbe lists, aud enquired of those best potted, but learned that that thumb was too short. His scholarship was not doubted, he was sound iu limb, wind, etc.; but the loss of that joint froju bis thumb prevented hltn from iteiog tho future military hero of alt tteiiise age. We sympathize with blm; we thlak tbe exaction unjust; and we hope that in broader fields tbe same glory awaits bim that is denied him in military channels. and Fine Salt, After dinner the cook brought some Palm leaf fans "for the company, the evening being quite warm. The eve ning was spent very pleasantly stand ing on tbe banksof Eagle Lakc.fishlng. When supper was nearly ready a Horn was blown and they all returned to pi epare for supper. They bad for supper Strawberries, Milk, Honey and Codfish. lasRcd with Saee haP8 as good a moral character as Mr. mm mi uia ciuuucnce. Kscnse lensth. and Insert In this final sottlerretit showing $462.98 due .,rjc-it The rule workod tho other way also, for when provisions firiu- Ckitic No. 2 OnEonK, Monday, Fen. I7lh. estate, """" ii.iiu, nuu inncrs in una T-u c,..i, j a i ,.i . I ' week's Skntikel if you have space. Jacob btuits mado final selticment Ljjup tho gellcrshcld tho hog, war uu oonge, .m oi oarau a. juoore kot and secured slight advances wheu receipts iu any one day were not too aii appropriation of $150 was or- liberally in excess ol quick demand .1 I r . .... . . I . . Pf bl ue In Kalr fssstv I . . . . -i-"- ... uui uiu packers uiu uus moja goi w oi name u. Woodward for the sup- control. Thsv mav have been slow. rm.. vTa.ii. . . . .1 . a I -ue uoii connty correspondent or port anu education Of said ward. and if thov did not buv manv there the St. Joseph Herald, last week call- Goo. II . Walker, administrator of was a steady shipping inquiry for cd attention to tbe violation of the fish- the estate of James Ramsey was packing grades lor Esstcm markets, ery laws ot the Stale by parties In granted power to sell certain real while the 1iIddcm themselves we Inclined to purchase close they bene fited the market by helping to clear the pens. Thus nearly every day the market opened wilh fresh hogs entirely and every day the pens were After supper they made candla and this county. estate as set forth in petition at pri- passeo uranges. ills stated that seines are usod for vate or public sale While making the Candla. the cook catching fish and that tho lakes esr L..P. Martin administrator of estato Curned his fingers so that John had to pecially are almost cleaned of the lar- of Jephthah Martin, maee his first set pnl. It- ger ones before tbe close of each sea- tlemcnt showing $2304.44 due estate. Before lalo, the moon rose and they son. Wm. Hawkins former administra- generally cleaned of hogs.Every day (.-lit I.AA H....I.I III... .1.1. A A ,l T..l.ln I ..I. A I .1 . .1. . .. ...... . B 0 J ' uuuguiiucjsuuiuiiuauucwHuc .sisiuiasowucroiuBffrraiw part torn i me estate or Warner & L,uncn the inquiery fur light hogs nf 150 to lake uy moonlight. or the Bah are caught, Is public proper- filed motiou to set aside his final set- 210 lbs was very activt with con.c auo ne. inuniiu mey roseupvuny ij uuu mi auuiiiii uavo nu equal caauce tieiueiii, continued. qnent firmness In prices whatever to mm me uii rise on me mountains. in caicuuia mem ; otu uuuer me prac- uauiet Uogan made his final sotllo- their rango in any one day. Toward Til A mat Al" ft lot sat-lliwf W f Vl a mmm. I f Isa n a HOnurfnfl - lam Ai ikn t. Ot- I ... S? a 1 a . a si k a I. - a - """'- ..iwu..- "f"""' "- hoi iuo uciicui, luciii. oi mn estate oi jccoo nugn the close or this rev cw week there At Jl-!- -. a I - t aa..fa-..l a 1 . II . s . I. . I tains anu ioiikcu very oeauuiui. Alter oi wnai was inienaeu uy mn iramers snowing &S6..53 due estato. has been an advancing tendency, oreaivii tuey went ouinutng on some oi our laws inr me many, me many Ulrlch Uurger made his Qnal setllo- eonseouent unnn the otilnlon that (Hor8cs. One of the young ladles oVserve the iaw-a few violate It. Is mentof the estate of John Burger, receipts hereafter are to be light ureuseq in wacK, oecause ner moiuer it not nine mat me mailer stiouid he snowing $452.44 duo the estato. Still, tho hogs many string along ( umu, rcceiveu a great ueat oi laaen in iinnu anu n few examples Kb. Kozell, administrator of the cs- through tho month. A few Missouri 3 r isitcry tor ih, riumg. t ney nau a , inane ot tuo vioiatorff i tnto or C. Vf. Forney mado UU tlual 1 River hogs may go in when the river A splendid stock ot trees compoAed In part of Pear. P&r Apple. Apple, Peach, Peach, Plum, Plum Cherry. Cherry, Cherry, Apricot, Apricot. Quince, Quince, EVERGREENS IN GEAT VARIETY. A very large stock of Extra Small Fruits Snch as DXACKBKRKIES. BT.ACK!KRRIE3, BASPBK1ZIIIKS, RASPBERRIES. (JOOSK11FBUIK8. STSAWBEKIES, STRAWBERRIES. CURRANT, ETC. CURRANTS, ETC. ALSO DecrarWwt OnttrrrMttal Trees. Te tke people ef HeJt Coanrf We desire in a few V3rdi tu tell the people where they can find.a mil and complete assortment of all classes of goods you may dcire to purchase The Several deDartmeuts of. tnda being under one bead and supervis ion, the whole is conducted at the same expense required to run either branch. Thi mnumoth stock amounting to upwards ti $30,000. in cludes a department devoted exclu sively to Staple aad Fancy Drr- G-.odi. In this department we In. vite your special atleatioa. to our superior grades aad low prices ia Cahmert, Alpacas. Dress 'Goods, Closks, Shawls,SkirtsUosIry, tkdtr wear, Ties, Bows,. Ruclilflgs, Gloresi CoIIum, Cliffs, Table Da-mask, iNnp kin, Towels. Comforts, Blankets, Quilts, Table Spreads; Statu! Covers. Sheetings, Shirtings. -Kobe Prists, Ba lting, Flanuele, Yarns; Oil Cloth, Haudkcrchicfa, Cloaklnn, Fancr Suit ings, Cassimeres, Watt rproofs-. Ladies' Cloth, Jeans, Coltonade, Sat incts, Italiau Cloth. FriBgesLLaees, Embroideries, SlatioHery, Nablas, Mittens. Fur?,., Pcrfosncry, -Cellet Soaps, Hair Brashes, Cloth Crashes, Mat Brushes, Combs. Ear Drop, Scarf Pins, Hair Ornaments, etc. Our Clothing departBieni belag added at a trifling or no cost at all, above tbe actual expense of conduct ing the general business of the. store and I respectfully solicit the patron age of close bnyers aad jeod judges of goods. We are posiiire t isat ear superior facilities for Wylrig' sad light running -expenses caa etraJrle as to make a discount to the pat-chaser. In our Boot and Shoe Department, as in ail others, wc make it a point te confine our purchases exclusively to a class of goods that we caa and will sell ur.uer a guarantee. We do, not quote prices, but invite rJose inspec tion of goods. Satisfied that -oar money will buy pood as close as monsr can bur them, we claim that we can offer the purchaser tbe beueV fit of our light expense in handling. Bear these facts in mind. A fuit and complete assortment of that iatcs styles ia Mens' Youths' and Children's Hats aad Caps always on band. Remeaber oar superior facil ities enables as to sell cheaper than exclusive dealers. It worth voar while to look through ear stock. e also carry a large and wall se lected stock of Groceries aad Provis ions of all kinds. We sell these goods o lee very closest margin. We also keep on band a foil and complete Use of Tin and woodenwara whech we are enabled to handle !at astonishingly low prices. Repeelfurlv, R. P. ZOOK & Co., Forest Cut, Ms Why Will Yea Allow a cold to advance a .year system an J thus encourage more se rious maladies, such a Paeumonia, Hemorrhages aadLuag troubles when an Immediate relief can be so 'readier attained. Boschee's German Syrop has gained tbe, largest sale ia -the world for the care of coughs, eoltla aud severest lung diseases. It is lie Boschee's famous German preeriptioa and is prepared with the greatest care, and no fear need be entertained in administering it to tbe youagest child, as per direcliom. Tbe sale of this medicine Is unprecedented. Since first introduced there has beeu constant increasing demand aud ssMk oat a single report of a failure io do ts work lu any case. Ask yoar Irnggist as to the trued of 4hese re- maksr Large slxe 75c. Try Lt -tad bo cony i need. If All Trees Guaranteed of Rind and Condition as Represented. Ad dress ail Orders ts GEO.P.LUCKHARDT OREGON MO. MOITBY TO HiOLTS AT 9 PER. CENT. Interest paynble once a year. For three or five years, or as short a time ns desired. $200 to 20,000 On Improved Farms. Address, or tall on J.Foster Marshy 1, Howell House. Oregon, Mo. May be seen at Mound City Satur days and Mondays of each week tySce in another column an ad vertlscment of Illustrated Family Bibles, al astonishingly low prices The American Family Bible Publish ing Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. Is fully nlilu to do what they offer, and wc understand that every one who' has bought a Bible of :liem nro morv than plea cd; their Bibles are serf- explaining, and the amount of 'extra matter thoy bind wilh the ftibte, if bought separately, wou cost more than they ask for Use Bibles. Tbe firm is .first-class tnd the Bibles ran be returned U purchasers are uot lUllod. Ayer's Pills are tho Best piugatlrc. . gsm- nrcex ra- san xxam tlETIC TSrXfi tVABT OB ESTlAEAiA. The Olrla Scale Works, of Cincinnati, h.r. Just oomplttr. xal ara now introdaclni tff tae paouc, uaaer rae nut ot ue uairersai jrasur Scale, aa srtlcls mat baa always bca aee0.il in rTery ouanoiai ana la a coBeaBatBatioa adtlrrssrfl to Hie publishers of this paper, tae proprirtora ask as to refer tb.ia to son-., jvtfa ble partA who will represent tbwa in ifltrwjee inr it to Uw people of this cowrtr 'K'b 'Tery srldora that a new article stsp so saMcbsji iMo nnirersel faror. UoeKk'eepert ar lad is its praise, fur it pom -ae merit of alwajs br as; reaar; unn are no wtif nia io n.ci up as uiiui, is aiwaja rcuaoie win not gn ool i iruer aad la aa oraamrnt to lb kltebea. Tbo d-scriptloa la sliaply a base sarmooatsd by noiiow column, ia woico wor-a a sptrasspriflK ao scientlScalfy gamrrti aad adjusted aa to wclih anrthlng np to Iw1t. pooada wUb pe- reei SCO racy, ua ui. top oi ia. coins a is urs platform on which tbe articles to t wtbed are placed. Kt the mtre tnrinef sensr te tarauf thsilijh, plate or whatctrr you raaynsa to weighing, is taken "out and Bm ert weight gisea. Housekeepers st once -iw ralue ia weifhlBK sugar or fruit, in roatiajr prrserresi or Jellies, or la tesUagthe butcher's or groeer Welgbt.aod tbe tboasaod and one cases that 0o eur whs.e something that sbeaid be weigaed ae. carately is eessarr. Tbe Scales are haad sooxfly painted and bronnU, aad r aotd at about one-third the price-charged far inftrioT seales ot tne same capacur. 41 aeeavrxo as that nearly every family la tats county would want one, and it la certainly a rare opportuni ty for some smart and eo.rgrtic party to i lik up quite a Ic little laeooie startag tbe next few months Tbe corapaay has acraH la n mororavorabl. loeatloa who are -ukimrUta ta uer dar. aud there are eertalcly seraral la mis Ticiuiiy woo caa uo aa wen. c i luend such to aildrrsa tbe Ohio Ule "Works, Elm aad George strests, Cincinnati ,'CT.,:aa-t al Information, ric, will bo cbeeaiull. xlsa them by mentlonhqr our paper. Alarmlag y-.peaxrs and Thrir Care. Cough, -knft-bresAb,tsins In tbe side or breast, Ft'vvr, nlxhts-rsts, tickling, sorraess, or rising it th.-ttires. nerroas drblllty, aphon ia, or loss ofrntces kliloey affection, Ac. To avoie ktlfnmgt-resulting from the above, wa know-ofno'-rronly silrasant and eOcctnal aat llr. Sa-tiea Compound Synu or Wild Cbrrry. It Is rqaatly Talusble In all Bronchial aad As- tbmatie affections. Prudrntly resort to this YiAitable remedy beforr a serious pulmonary atVetlnn u dsTeloiied. It may be well to Stat, that Dr Swayne, the dUcorerer or thu aad otbr er r.iluable remedies, graduathed al the Unle Tersllyof I'hiladelphi, and was fUrvears conr nteil with tbe Philadelphia Dispensary, which brought to hu especial oar. ajU orer. stght atrast variety of disease., both a4te and chronic. We therefore caa, with aoaadencr, recnrnmi nt Dr. Swayne's Campaand Syrup of Wild Cherry, and would cantia our realers to be Terr nunlrular to obtain th. oricinsi aad only genuine. Wild Cherry Couipouad, ai pre- pami only uy iir. wrn 3au Minn Sixth stre. I'hllvlelphfa. Trial UXUes. 13o.j lstgr .lie, 1; ui ball doaea, SJ. Sold by lead-InK-d.ugglsts. KoT.SO-y) heatatn LUWflU ihim. seuisrriroosMTuu.Tsaa,'