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VOLUME XV. oom,Boom,Boom! The Grant Boom, The Tilden Boom, tho St Joe Boom, the Kansas City Boom and all other Booms combined sink into insignificance compared to the Red Front Boom! The politician and speculator profit hy the former; by the latter the people are benefitted, getting Value Received for every cent they invest in the Bed Front Boom. If You Want a Cloak for your wife go to tho Uetl Front. If Yoii Want a Cloak for j our mother, go to the Keil Front. If You Want a Cloak for vour aunt, go to the Itcd Front. If You Want a Clonk for "your sitcr,go to the Ilea trout. If You Want n Cloak for your coumii, go to the lied Front. If You Want a Cloak for j-our daughter, go to the lied Front. If You Want a Cloak for your juother-in-law.go to lied rront Forty beautiful and stylish Cloaks in loek and additions made weekly by express.! row our Chicago Manufactur ers. Xadics'andMisses' Trimmed Hats. In this particular department our 3iou.se excels ALL competition. Over CO Hats in stock, all elaborately and fashionably trimmed. -Alwi Flowers, ltihhons. l'lumes. - .'Ornaments, etc. Jlridal Hat and Bonnets trimmed to order. Jewelry, Clocks, Watches Wc keep the largest line of the above ods to lw found in Northwest Mis-, wiiri, eouMstiujr in part of .Setli Thorn- 1 ns'.s Clot-ks. KlL'in ana uentennml , Watches. Gold Watches. Onld Hnicc lets, Solid Gold Kings, Plated Jewelry, 3liugJ, Cuff Muttons and Tins, Collar lint tons. Studs, etc. The largest lias ol Msn's and Boy's Kip and Cair Bo:ts In Holt Conny. Ilea's Fine Calf Boots. $3.00 Vtomen'8 Winter Shces. for SI.OO. Men's Heavy Boots. SI.75 and up. Boys' soots, i.ato az.uu. We are Headquarters for Phelps, Donne &. Palmer's Celebrated Hand-Made Boots and Shoes. Clothing Department. Co to tho Ked.Fronl for Mcn'i Suits at Wo make a specialty of ficnt's Im- S.00 ported BInek W.irste.1 and liroad Cloth1 Go to the Ilrd Front for Pants at el.00. Suits for Wedding purposes. Abo fine Go to the llcil Front for lloys' Suits at Heaver Overcoats. I .SO. Go to the lied Front for eheap Over-. Go'to the lied Front for Overalls at 50e. C03ts A fnll.line of QueenswHro, Groceries, -G.i to the lied Front for good Overcoats Hats. Caps.jHaniesi, Trunks, etc., at Cheat). e Men's lianil-mailc fclp boots. Sioo to ?i50. lien's heavy Up lioots only 61.75. Men's prime calfJpcgjbootH. only t2-00. lien's heavy pes shoot, unlyf8I.W. Jloys' piline kip boots. 1-3. 1,30. Julys' hand-made kip boot. 1-5, ?I.T.1. Hoy' buckle Alexis, 1-5. only 61 .25. E Full line of Men's, Women's mid Children's Arctics and Overshoes very Cheap. Beviiolds Bros. LadierfFine Prices. W. (3-. TIRRELL, 323 ILelix Street, St. Joscpli, Mo, ARADE thing House, St. Joixepli, Mo. Has just opened out their utock of Fall and Winter Overcoats, and call attention to the follewing prices. Mon.sSatinettOverofats sack style $ 2.50 Men's Satinctt Overcoats frock t style, flannel llrjj 4.75 Hen's Urion Beaver Overcotts 3.75 Men Tip-Top BeavctOvercoats 5.00 Hen's Raritaa Cassrf era Oves 7.0Q Hes's Raritan (Jlfcchilla Overcoats aa elegant coat. 8.50 Hen's Moscow Bosvcr Overcoat 10.00 Men's Engiish Mellon OveTcoats 12.00 Hen's English Castor Beaver Dver- We continue to sell immense quantities cjothing proviouIy adverUed by u.s, at such wonderfully low prices, wo have found it necessary to employ two additional Xo. 1 salesmen, in consequence of our increasing trade. You will notlbe obliged to ':iit to he shown through our stock iis was Ihe ease with many during the jiat four wcekn. We have the largest stock, the be.st material,, tho choicest styles, the fluent workmanship. Our guaranted ia reliable and our goods aru marked fully 20 per cent, lower than any house in the ci) Bo Drt Fail to Notice the CJonpon IE ARCADE 01 PRICE CLOTHIi 409 Felix Street, C. CUT THIS OUT. : This Coupon will entitle the bearer to a cash discount of live: "jcrnts fin each dollar, from the marked pried of nil clothing: :aud furnishing goods, hats, etc., purchased from us, if pre-: sentod at the time at our store. The Arcade, 400 Felix sir :j Dry Goods and .Notions. For lUrjjains in Cloaks, go to the Keel Front. For Shawls cheap, go to the lied Front. For Hlack Alpaeea, 25, 30,40c, go to the lied Front. ForpAlMVool Nubias, go to tho lied Frout. F.iriitl:iek Cahmero. 20 to tho lied Front. i..r it,.;iiiiifiil Hosierv. so to the lied Front. For Children's Hoods and Loggings, go to the licit Frout. For bargains in lHack Cloth Cloaking, go to the lied Front. For 1-' yards Suiting for a dollar, go to the lied Front For Cheapest Line of Canton Flannels go to the lied Front For Indies' Felt Skirts at 50c, go to the lied Front. For Ilalmor.il Skirts at .r0e, go the lied Front. For lilunkctK che.li. ro to tho" lied Front. For All-Wool Ymri at TCc.go to ll.e lie Front r ncauf,ful Calico ro to the lied p-j.- " 1"""""""' n-- " lied Front. For all kinds of goods cheap, go to Ha lted Front. I spoi v. pi ivca. Front Store, iToiesi City, 3o. Youth's Kip IxMjti, 11-lS.onlySl. Youth's prime tap-sole boots, 11-13. 81.2 Child's copper-tip ImkiH, 8-10, U3 cents. Women's x I l;lp 1'olb.h, 3-7, 75 cents. Women's seamiest II ralfirolbh, f 1.23. Women's ealt peg shoos, custom, (fl Jo. Shoos a Specialiy, and at Low coats, very fine 12 CO to 16.00 Ken's Elyscar Beaver Overcoats Imported cloth 17.00 to 20.00 Cart right &J Warner' and Angora Wool tine underwear. A full lino of Cencral Furnishing Goods,IIats,( "loves Valises, Travelling Uags, Umbrells.ete. at -.bottom Trices. Our principle of oingibtuiucss sweeps the trade, One riue to all, no deviation. All goods anuiiarked in plain figures. of Men's Youths' Uoy.s' nnd Children'u at the Mloi of this Atataeiit. F. Ernst's old Stand, Local Jottings. $1, COO to loan at ten. per cent, in two loans. Call on T. C. Dungan, Oregon. Horn, to the wife of W. A. Gardner, xM butniay, a son. Tho whooping cough is in town. Look out ! C. II. Ferry hns left with the Skn- tiskl samples ot mon.sier earrois, raised on his fruit and vegetable farm near this eitv. N. F. Murray brought us last Sat urday .some of the finest iriih potatoes we cvur saw. They Were of the Heaii ty of Hebron and Victor varieties. Ihero will bo a meeting of the Hor ticultural society in the Court House in this city at two o'clock next Saturday afternoon. A full attendance is desired. Will our correspondents please send u.s the number of hogs and cattle being fed in their respective localities and the names of tho feeders? Wc publish 1 3-day the full return of the hog law election, held last week. It will be seen that the proposition to rest min hogs from running at large was voted down by a very decisive majority. The Teachers' Institute at Mound Cily next Saturday should not be "for gotten. The good peoplo of the Mound will hospitably entertain all who at tend. I'd. Fainter of Xew Point delivered the boss lot of hogs at Forest City last week. There were forty-seven head mid they averaged three hundred and tliirty-live pounds. We have besn shown specimens of a new seedling apple brought to this county bj J. II. Laughliu of Iowa, who has recently bought land near X. F. Murray's, for the purpose of opening up a fruit farm. They have line flavor and are said to be very long keepers. A. E. McKinncy, tho St. Jo. mer chant, recently struck a bonanza in the purchase of a bankrupt stock of goods in Chicago, and is now giving his custo mers such bargains as were never be fore heard of. His big advertisement in to-day's paper tells the story. Read it. The prospectus of the St. Joseph Herald will be found in our columns to day. This paper is widely known and liked throughout the northwest. Xo business man can afford to do without the Daily and every farmer j-hould take the Weekly. Tho German M. E. Sunday School of this citv will have a Christmas tree, with concert, speeches, etc., on Christ mas cvo. The children of the school vrill be admitted free. Th5Q not eon. neeted with the school will be charged an admittance fee of twenty cents for adults and ten cents for children. A large number of Holt county's fat hogs were shipped from Forest City last week. Among those making hoary shipments were the following: Wash Hutton, 41 head; John A, Muy ers, head; Win. Forney, S'J head; Henry Zaehman, 41 head; A. C. Mor gan, S3 head; 'Itolly T. ltnnney, 61 head; Jaiues Itamsey, 107 head. Messrs. X. F. Murray & llrothers of this county have jmt obtained a pat ent on an orchard bailer, for protecting peach :and other fruit tree against frccziiicr. This is done bv drawing to gether and tying tho tops of the trees and thou thatching them with straw. From au examination of a model of the machine we judge it will work to per feetion. Mr. Murray says that by using this machine full crops of fruit are as sured every year, as winter or sprin, freezing is impossible. A new industry which will be ad ded to the business of St. Joseph next year will interest some of our Holt county farmers. Evans, Day & Co., of Baltimore, have leafed extensive build ings in that city and will invest sixty thousand dollars in a tomato canning establishment. During tho busy sea son they expect to work about three hundred and fifty men. They are now making contracts with farmers for to matoes. They agrco to pay twenty cents a bushel for all tho sound, ripe to matoes delivered to them. We have received, in an envelope post-marked Higclow, a sheet of paper cousiniug what purports to be a de manov rom several teachers for the name of tho?aeher who did not know a noun from al'orb. As the document, inclu ding tlA signatures, is all in one hand writ'gg,nd as it is characterized by bad grammar and worse orthography, wc jujjgo it to bo a "sell." Certainly it was not waittcn by anybody who is lit to teach, lnd we presume it was got ten up by soic ono who is trying to play a joke on us. If it be genuine, uowcAr, it reminds us of the story of the poor woman whose smoke-house was broken into and robbed of her win ter's supply f bacon. Going to her pastor, in great distress, and acquain ting him with her misfortune, he eon soled her and told her to keep quiet and he would find the culprit. Accordingly, the next Sabbath, on his way to church, he picked up a large stone which he earried with him iuto tho pulpit. At the conclusion of the the services, he spoke of the theft which had been com mitted, and added: "The person who did this deed is now beforo me, and I intend to iullict summary punishment on him by striking him with this stone." Suiting the action to ttie word, ho raid ed the stou6 and made a motion as if to throw it, when one man in the eo'ngre gation quickly ducked his head behind a bench. Then, turning Ui the woman, the minister, said, pointing to the riuin who ducked his head: "There; iny good wontan, is the man who stole) yo'hr bacon!" The application is obviodd. If this Iligelow document bo not a hoax, and its signers have clear consciences, I why do the? duck their heads? OREGON, MISSOURI, Mrs.- Daniel Zook is quite ill. Eggs arc scarce and high-priced. F. S. Kostock, Jr., has a dog which Is sixteen years old and is i-till lively. Adolph Albiez, formerly of this place, has opened a shne-shop at For bes. Mr. Miller will preach at Xew Point on Sabbath morning, and in Ore gon at night. Capt. Lucas has built an addition to his house and barn. His family and stock ruquiro more room. ltlackhirds, ducks, geese, brants, sand-hill cranes and doves still linger hero in large numbers. Jimmy Foster of this place has ac cepted a clerkship in the Xational ho tel, Maryville, Mo. Hogs arc now selling at about one dollar more per hundred than thuy did this time last year. Fanners can make money at present prices. To-night (Thursday) another me teoric shower is- predicted. This time thi prediction is made by Professor Proctor, the astronomer. - K..X. Howell, late 11. It. ajentat Forest City and Winthrop, has returned to the former place to tlay. He will engage in business there, perhaps. Mrs. Emma Kigdon has purchased an interest ill the L:uuldowu House at Mound City and will soon take pos session thereof. Married, on the 20th int., by Esq. J. A. Goodhcart, nt his rosiilenee in Hickory township, Mr. ltobt. P. Craig to Miss Clara A. Hodgo. All of Holt county. Persons having ice houses will do well to get them ready and fill them when the first cold snap comes. All the weather prophets predict a very mild winter and ice may be a very rcarco ar ticle next summer. A. M. Jacobs has a plum tree, of the l!lue Gage variety, which is coin ing iuto bloom, and, if the pleasant weal her continues a few days longer, it will be covered with a mass of full-blown blossoms. Dr. E. It.Arnold, late of this place, has purchased the old Swenringeu House in Mound City and will soon take poses-ion. The Dr. is said to be ono of the best Hotel keepers in the county. A sample of very fine raspberry wine has been left nt this office by C. H. Ferry. It is quite different from any wine froiirraspberries that we ever saw before, and invalids will Unit it an excellent touis. Mr. Ferry has a few gallons of it- (?r -ale. W. Ii. Davis, Samuel Shuksy and Wm. Kaucher, were engaged during the past weak in appraising part of tho real estate belonging to tho late Henry Watson. JudgeS. Watson the adminis trator is now engaged in disposing jji tho samo at private sale. Two large farms remain to be divided among the heirs. The colored debating society will bi re-oponed for tho winter campaign, this (Friday) evening at tho colored school hou?o. Tho question for dis cussion is: "Which is of most benefit to tho human family law or money." Annauias Tall leads on the side of law, and David Poyntcr on the side of mon ey. Everybody invited. The local editors of tho St. Joseph papers arc making a move to form au association composed of the local wri ters of tho various papers of the north west, for tho purpose of bringing thcin iuto closer relations and for their mu tual benefit ami enjoyment. They pro pose to give tho organization a "send off" by a grand banquet and ball some time during the holidays. Tho Sknti- Si:L, which is the best local paper in the State, will certainly be represented. Our waggish friend, Jilks, says the draggled condition in which Commis sioner Anderson emerges from the per sonal controversy he forced on the Skx tinkl, reminds him of a man, down South, who was seen coming out of an editor's office with ono ear hanging down his back, his nose spread all over his face, and a two-story mansard roof over each eye. Upon being asked what was tho matter, ho replied: "Wall, you see, stranger, tho editor had something iu his paper last week which I didn't like, and I went iu to see him about it; and, stanger, he tear tharl" Mr. Sehool-Comniissioncr Ander son still evinces a desperate anxiety for us to publish the name of the person who did not know a noun from a verb, to whom he granted a leaehor'a ccrtili cnte. Fie, Mr. Anderson! You ought to be ashamed of yourself! What good would it do you, or what good would it do wt, to blazon this person's name to the world? It would be a very mean act 'on our part, and we will never be guil ty of any thing of tho kind. Hesides, since attention has been called to the matter, the person is now doubtless able to give the grammatical definitions above referred to, with volubility and correctness. Why, Mr. Anderson, even you can doubtless now tell what a kind ergarten is, though yon certainly did not know until the Si:ntinei. set everybody to laughing at you on accouut of your iguomnce. Keep on Doubling' ! You'll be left! "There is no weariness like that which arises from doubting, from the perpetual jogging of unfixed reason. The tormeift of suspense is very great; as soon as the wavering, perplexed mind begins to determine, bo the determination which way soever, it will find itself at ease." There be those who aro continually doubting, thereby "Rising the good they might win by fearing to attempt." "Unques tionably tlore were never beforo offered a needful public such extraordinary in ducements in the mutter of prices in Clothing as are now being offered by Ira .Pctur, Oregon, Mo. Wo ask an im partial examination of the goods wc present and a careful noting of the prices. Call at once. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1879. Mound Cily. Your humble servant stands in rcadi nuss to thauk any one who may ap proach him with eatables or valuables. Let us be thankful tiiat we are not like othsr lHe'i. Let us be more thankful that other men are uotlike us. Let us be thankful that it's possible for us all to become better, wiser and happier. Quite a stir is anticipated here on Thanksgiving eve and tho day follow ing. The ladies of the Christian church are energetically engaged in preparing the supper, while those of tho Presby terian denomination are as earnestly making ready the dinner. Iloth enter tainments will be gi-eu in Davis' Hall. Xo one need go hungry on these occa sions if he is the happy posessor of a few sheekels. In a long array of wedding presents in last week's Skntinf.l, tho following item struck us: "Twin pickle dish." Had the donor consulted the sbothsayers? The deference shown the noble hog in tho late election by the vot;rs of this countyyis largely owing to the distin guished services ui his hog-ship in the late war. ion rememuer now nicy stood, without a grunt, shouldvr to irhoiilder and side by side iu the com missary tent. How they were the chief no-cuts in tilling up the army; always went where moat noencii r.nu necr squealed. A few of tho sons and daughters of Erin have camped near the village, holding themselves in readiness to work ..n railroad. Some of them have comfortable tents, while other, seem to have no shelter or protection but com mon covered wagons. Elder Wetzel has arranged to make his homo in Mound City and devote Ins entire tima to preaching for the Chris tian church. He expects his family soon. So far the Elder is rather popu- lnr. iv. .. .... it,., nm nimils ! IO IIUL l.lll i" "J' l'.. c,.i,n,,i t.-wli... n- on Sunday, Dotn at me cnrisuan ami Prcsby tcrian churches. Mrs. Hlcvius, wife of our neighbor, is in vory poor health. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. As the weather grows colder the gen eral health improves. The following anonvmous note has t..Kk1.Ml riMi-l!il.. M'livwnitifm'm n a.'V- I erforiao';v.?.ws what ii thoesens- J .itionaaCpatchcs mean that conic from ' Tn.ln.,.t tmii.liiiiir vnmo Vimt lf riot OT iivwuu .......... trouble going on there and oblige." We venture through your eolumsthe following brief outline ot tho serious differences between the landlords and their-tenantry in Ireland. First, the land is occupied ur.d tillcdi almost ex clusively by tenants and such has been tho state of things there for so long that a sense of ownership has sprang up anions certain of thu occupants. Second, a serious disagreeing nt liasans- en uctweeu mosc icnaius who u nut claim the fee simple, and the landlord, as to the terms of the leases, amount of rent, time and manner of payment. I'here is a third class of small farmers who make no pretcn sum as to owner ship of the soil, neilher would they re fuse the payment nor resist the collect ion of rents nut lor inn miiueni e m their neighbors who coerce them into action with the anti-rent party. An at tempt to secure these delinquent rents and eject those who are in arrears and will not pay, has brought on the con- tlict anil me unpenning iwu. i have been precipitated of course by the utterances of a few leading men. Some arrests have been made under the ehar"e os sedition, riot etc. -Mr. Par nall, the member of Parliament from the riotous regions, is iu full sym pathy with tho tenantry and stamls in hourly peril in consequence. The dif ference between tho owner and occu pant of the land is a wide one. Iti"ht and justice are not all on the one side or tho other. Mutual conces sions on both sides would no doubt remedy the evils and leave all concer ned upon equitable anil just grounds in reference to each other. To put the whole case in a few words, there is op pression on the one hand and commun ism on tho other. The latter in some measure is an outgrowth of the former. The former has at its back the whole nmrOiiiiprv niul force of the English gov ernment. The latter nothing but the bare hope of concesion on tho part ol the landlords. Thoouestion is au in teresting one and these lines are only meant for a mere skeleton of an answer. Mound City, Xov. 23, 187!). Finis. The Vote on thu Hog Law. For . 31 . 168 . .10 . 99 . il . 31 ,. 138 . 73 . 49 . 17 . 195 885 Against Forbes East Lewis.. West Lewis. Hickory .. . Xodaway. ... Higelow"..... Clay Liberty Union" Lincoln .... Benton Total Majority 11 79 221 -18 58 21G 50 37 2G8 101 101 1302 4U IJrinjr Me Your Grain ! 'I am now buying all kinds of Grain and will pay tlie highest market price in cash. Can bo found at the scales in Forest Cily. Come and see me. S. T. LUCAS. Colrin & Noble Will pay 'yon the highest cash price for Hides, l'elts, Tallow and iireao. im i f:iil tfi son th.mi liffnn vim sell. Thev will sell Reef bv the liuartor or half quarter at reduced rates. Call and get prices on meat before you liny, isutciter shop opposite Foster's l.iverv sianie, 21-27. Warning. All persons, either with or without guns, are warned to keep out my prem ises in Forbes Township, without pcr- mis-iou from invsclf or family. J. 15. Pkoctou. of the Holt county school teachers, re- gaincu rapmy, Dus mindiil" them that tho coming Satnr- . cnou-h to take charge of a school, dav is the lime for the session of the i Hut the seeds of disease wero m his sys Iustitutc, to be held at this place. tern and his improvement was only i i.. nt..l.m,i.l mnliiMiecs ' temporary. A few months ago he be- I v !:.. ! lUIUH This place is now con-cniently acees- i sible from all sides except ths cmf-side. j This township gave the "hog law" a majority of fiftv-two votes. The law nii.'bt have been defeated had the "He- i cause supplement" of tho Press boen j " - more thoroughly distributed. Mr. Kobert Thomas has been lately j Y e are sorry to learn inai .Mrs. r,u--busily engaged in buying hogs here. j Kinlay's health will not permit them to We had a lively "spellingschool" hen! j keep hou-e. She has gone to her peo lastweek. Mr. Henry Hester proved pie. In losing her from our town we the champion this time. lose a very estimable lady. She has The ladies of thus congregation pre- many friends hen;, wishing Lea speedy seated Mr. Miller with a very elegant recovery. and costly edition of the Uiblo on la it Wc supp-ise every one has heard of Sabbath. i Geo. Poindexter's new furniture? That Itev. Isaac Chivmgton began a pro- troeted meeting here last evening. Much good and faithful work is antici pated. We have nothing farther to commu nicate at present. Hut if the other me teoric shower occurs on Thursday mor ning please inform as, as we dou't in tend to watch. Sqc-c. Death or Henry S. Gardner. The many friends of Professor Hen ry S. Gardner will ba pained to learn of his death, which occurred at the res idence of hfri mother in ibis city on last Sunday morning at seven" o'clock. He was born at Detroit, Michigan, on Xovumber :i, 1852. In 1874 he taught iu the public schools of Oregon and was well liked as a tcasher. He early gave evidence of posessing fine liter ary taste and displayed a special talent for elocution. In 1875 he attended the Michigan State University at An Har bor, where lie specially aavoien mui sidf to his favorite study elocution. Too elose application, however, im paired his health, which had never been robust, and ho was forced to abandon the University. Returning to Oregon he spentsevcral months hcriT"nd about a year i"o he went to Colorado in search of health. There for x time he gained rapiuiy, ami nocaiuo tin to grow weaKcr anil reiunieu hi this city on the lCth of hut month. He was very much emaciated, but was able to bo up at times for two or three weeks. His increasing weakness tneii coimnctt him to his bed, where he remained un til the morning of the 23d inst., when his spirit passed away as quietly as n child. ft"ig to sleep. Professor Gardner belonged to no church. He was cheerful and brilliant in health; calm and philosophical in sickness. He dreaded death, because he was young and ambitious ; and had he lived ho would undoubtedly have made his mark in tho world of thought. He was buried on Tuesday, the fu neral discourse being preached by Key. Duncan Brown of Mound Cily. OREGOX TUDLIC SCHOOLS. Ntniutlnirof Punll for Ihe JtontJi end luff November 32, 1!7! DEPAltTMKXT NO. C A GRADE, e 5 o 3 c Brodberk Ronnie S4 03 Tctcrs Sophia 87 I!rrn' Mary Itimker U-ita Iliira- Minnie (Vttrt-M IU'IIr Cottrvll Ilcttlo Cnvs IiU Cohla Jolm XI 91 llnk.ston lila Vu W si st: ICO Mi Ul HI fS us W Ui r7 37 Itussoll Or.i 74 71 SiTinan Anna VJ a) AMinrlli .lolin 0, !T Sopor Willlu M te Markt Ju'.m yj 7S Il RKAUR. 37 !rl ltnasel! Cora to !Ti Nrlialz Maggie VJ a7 .svitz lltTtlui US Ml AlN'a Kililie W J7 Curry Mnnta to IS CiMlh; Ot'in M US Kvans Kitilte PS ; Kunkel I.y.lla Heeler Artlmsa 57 03 sS its 'M us 73 SS KS hS 7 S7 C3 71 U7 St! VI XI !ui SU 73 H7 SI l 7 76 is) tU lierres Liiima l 'niner Anna Fry Mary HiIUz Minnli! Unwell lltinchc Kyccr lUnia Kaueher Kva Kaiieher Lillle Ul si: LiicKiianu unae MrMiirrayWWIjt" 02 McMurray lrvlu Nieslna M WMontgomsry ill Mrs Nettle in us men r nuiK l'olk Kutlu W 83 llyiTNtm Daniel neuor Kiiumy Nettie K. (iAudnku, Teacher. llKl'AUTJIKST SO. 3 A CKADE. Heeler Anna 97 W Miller Amelia X Sa Hums MagKio W 97 Oreii Viola 91 Ml L'nlleu Juim SS M Soper Hes.it: Vi 97 Hunker Charlie SS su Melinite Levi SO M Chtviuptim Willie 9tl 73 Seaman let rgc so ! Foster Uly 3 73 Slcrrelt AVillie M ul Kauelier 1. St) W Sterrett Charlie SI t" l.iikt-'is John M i'l Sierlle Milt" H) Luekliardl flora ?o yu:.SiNerlle Minnie W 7J LimHr.I Maud KJ la Tracy James st U7 McKnlgtil Mautl K! m Zaehman Juo ta 97 B 0 It AUK. Aihworth Assio IK 9S l'inkstnu Ira Allen Kltiyil w S3 l'eters Una Dennett Claude VI Payne Willie Citiamlus Uuy ! in Knccker lulsa Chiviugtou Pranks SO lllioUcs Celia Cuok Jennie 73 7s Ulnxlcs Minnie Poster Hmma 93 US Kostoek lMriie. Kyger Myrtle 93 US Sales Prank MeSl array Ada to 9S Sehulte Samuel Alarlin lieooto 91 93 Siweric Anna Luckliartlt Auua 90 9- Tliuiua.lulu 02 IPS SO 93 !l 7S S) ES W JU KS ttl s3 90 VI ti SS VI SO SH 71) ' Whitiner Albert S3 54 Watson .Uuuit US 97 3! us. S. O. Thomas, Teacher, ROLL OF 1I0X0R. Inp!ls In the OresonlPnblle Sebool Who were Xot Tartly during Hoalb, Kndlus? Novem ber 23. 1S7D. PKl'AKTMK.T XO. Hnniiie HrotlbecU Minnie P le Pry Mary Hern.' AliulcCuttrell Ulaiiehe lfnuelt LyilUi Knnkel Hcttie CotlreU John .Murkt Prank Pelers Irvine Jleilurray Ma rinktmi Kmuia Uerrcs Cora Hiusell AuiKk Comer lBr.l!T3IEXT xo. s. Jfapglo Hums Jolm Callc u John laikens Mora laii'kharilt Maul McKnight Viola Uren Hi-niIo Si3r Charles Stern-It John Zarhitian .lamei Tracy Suiie Hurke AkkIh Ashttortli Claude Hviuult Pin ma PtKtfr Arta MeMurray iis)n;eManki Ira PlnkvtHir l.tnnie Pelt r. Celhi IthiMles Samuel Srliulto Mauil Watson Jiunle Hliotic Julia Thuiicv Jul liosice! Choi La:i 100'. Howard For any Sewing Jtachin that Cavilncr I llrotliurs of Oivun cannot r.'; ur i'l j satisfactory manner. Thoy also sob tho j Improved .Singer Sewing Jlaeliim-. . Thi'v are nonuanentlv looateil at this i iilacu ami can hi; found at Scliulti Hro: to're. ifnaTir&A VtfR. nrl.B.WIl Vnrfst V'.ix. " A p'rbtracted meeting is.hi progress at the M. E. Church. It is conducted by Hev. Jesse P.ird, and will c'ohtiifue until quarterly ini-eling. Tho Thanksgivin services will u ... . ! conducted by Kev. Jno. Anderson, as- sisted hv Mr. Hird nnd Mr. MeKiulav. looks suspicious, docs it not? It is a- Mayes-in'g! Mr. Hoblitcll lias bought the Zook & Co. lumber vard. Wo welcome him to Forest, as we do all enterprising men. We notice quite a change in the P O. which wo think add much' to its ncatucss. Mr. Uobinsou has an eye to convenience and neatness. He has a splendcd collection of pictures and picture glass and frames. If he ha- not the furniture you wish, will order it. Has a lino lot of cigars, pipes, to bacco, etc: Carries a .good stock of notions. Almost everything you could wish for Christmas presents. Mr. It. X. Howell is in town. He scents to think "old Forest" the best place aftural!. Wc an glad of it and welcome him back. Mrs. I'abcoek is visitin"; at her niofh- cr'.s, Mrs.'l)aldwiii. Thearrival of the young lady who will make her homo at Mr. Will Ter ry's, has not been chronicled. Alma I quite fond of her sister. Thero is to be a school exhibition Christmas evening. We do cot, as yet, know the program. Lilt. Butter and Ejjgs "Wanted. The Hed Front Store, Forest City, Mo., will pay tho highest market price lor choice roil butter and Ircsli eggs. Parentii Should remember that the holidays are drawing near, and that the "Dear one's at home" arts to be remembered. Xov is the time to bring in your orders for Jewelry and Silverware. Onler your presents now that tnev may arrive in time for the necessary engraving, etc. Call on C. M. Sarlwr, Oregou, Mo., for sncr. goods. Satisfaction guaranteed. HATFL0WEI1 SCHOOL. SiinSJnff of I'nptls for ciautli cntlls; Jicveuibcr IH73. ECU DSi' fcCU DKP Allen Mattic 80 100 Allen L 82 09 Allen Mamie D2 7G Allen D 85 74 Allen rrank 85 Ashworth F 9G Ashworth W 8G Caldwell X 93 Hardy G 85 Johnson J 91 10 AshworthMSl 87 7!) Ashworth A 80 88 78 Caldwell W 82 7C 89 Hardy E 82 89 Johnson A !C 81 81 LambC SS 70 Polly Martha 87 100 Polly Mary Gl 100 Ramsey Wm 75 93 Ramsey M St 100 Trimble C 77 15 Trimble O 61 92 Trimble W 87 91 Present every day, Frank Allen, Jno. Johnson, Aliec Johnson. Xot tardy, Clw3. Trimble, Willie Trimble, Charley Iunb and Grace Trimble. S. A. XhSr.IT, Teacher. PILLS to extractgd from Vctabl3 prodceta, oombmlwc In them tho iliArSiD otjI7 M a BuNititntofcr oajartjnogjweggjrjjl taa vlrtuoa ofthtt uumral. itaout ita aftor-girbeta. AS AB ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE they aro !nsomrnAlc.Ti jtlmaJato the JIORFlD iiViHt tavlxorata tho imuVOUD feYOTtaJ fciitljityo tone tg tho6TGESTIrOHOA!. Sjcroatinver; ioct diition a(lthOTOT:f istmilion of food. The y exert a powerful lafluaoco on"lhaKlt) NEYB BiiJ UVpa.mJ through thcuo orcaaa remove ill iaipcrt. tioa, thua Tibduity; tho t"J3UJ of tho body ZEd ciuatn a healthy oonditioa ct tha gyatain. AS AM AtiTI-SALARIAL They havo no oqnal; mdu reultaet dji a yrfivr. itlve and euro ibrSlllongt anlttent, Intermittcn. Typhoid gBryars, and Fever and Aguo. Upon tho healthy action of tho Stomach, dependg, alsaoat wholly, tho health of the g THE BAKE of tho proaent generation. It im fortha Curo of this dueae and Its attendants, sieSTnsADACHE, SlsVCclSiasLfi: that have gtUned enh a wide spread reputa tion. No Hemoily hda ever boon dlsoOT ered that acta so wpoeJlly and pently cn OiodlKeetivoorpuis (rtvlnK them tone and vigor to a&dmll&te food. Thiabaing acoompUahed. of eourso ths NERVOUS SYSTEM 13 BRACED, THE DRAIN IS NOURISHED, AMU TIIE BODY ROBUST. Being eorapewod of the Juices ofplAnta extracted hy powerful chemloU ayoa clej, and yrcpHrod in acoyf ctrateil form, they an guaranteed free front lay tiling that can Injurs the laoat del lcato person. A noted chemist who has lEiljrwl fhca.iays 'XHEES IS B0ES VIBTUX UT OME OF TOTTS PUIS, THAN CAM B2 rOOND IN A PdT OS" AM? OrHiR." We therefore say la tho nCIeteil TrythleRomodyfnlrly.itwill not harm you, you hnvo nothlnrj to loso, but will surety gain n Vigo rous Body, Puro Blood, 8trons Nerves and a Choorful Mind. Trtaclpnl Offlef, 35 3Turry St., N. V. PRICE 25 CENTS. Sold l7 1)!?' ttiroafhoct llio wcrlit. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. (tuYlUtKon This:h chnri t CtOMT jUlackI'ji aiiHrtpsi-Ati)fr Hex. U tmi lUrRikM isspr.nx TTirT- Sold L D:utci5tj,cii Ofnco,3D Murray St.; New YotVx hnroAn raoe. DYSPEPSIA NUMBER 24. . Forbes. Cold, but bright sunny dys. Forbci looks like a woodyard. Mrs. Geo. Motcalf is very sick: Whoopiug-eough is depopulating our ....I t . i-ii"v- , CUa. Scott has returned from Coi ! i ""do Springs. Mrs. Devorrs and Mrs. Herna havi returned from their Kansas trip. S. M. Shi.-ltiy received a latter front his wife, who. is at Colorado Springs' stating that sha had lost tlh U3aOfUUtf of her lower limbs. James and Itolly Ramsey delivered one hundred and fifty head of hogs, of their own raising, to Lucas & Caiu last week. They (tho hogs) were beauties. Jas. Hlair and Anderson Haker have returned from the Cherokee reservation, I.T. satisfied that tho "Hottom" is ahead of that country. Iuili put the vicinity abovs hera against any other neighborhood in tho county, for the most good looking girli , and young men arc, hkc aagei is.o,jj.. few and far between. ? - A yonng man, claiming to belong to the Presbyterians, but who said ho "was preaching for everybody," deliv ered two discourses, here, last week. He took tin a collection both evenings and the last time he received one nick Ie, two brass buttons, an apple corc, and a sweet potato. Tho boys suppor ed ho wanted a variety. Sisbee.- Wake Tip Dou't wait for something to up, ' out tase UOltt aau mu ii. rn1f- It isn't hard. Xo tinw for ... . , . rv . . .. nonsense. Come to K. P Zook & Co., Forest, City and see what it is to bo alive. Why waste your money by beiug satisfied with the first store yon come. to? Take a few momenta more, and tq where there is an assortment of "oods, and where you can save at least one profit. Unless you have much more money than you know what to do with, it is good poliay to turn about and find some spot where a dollar will spread out to the greatest extent. Wc think there is vuch a place, and rather strong in our convictions that ours is the one. If yon visit ns and do uot find more goods and lower pricoj nnd- feh like gohuf.. away without buying, "we won't kick." It is vour privilege. We are working for your interest as well as onr own, and, if wc canrot make it apparent to your good judgment that we are ahead, there is no harm done. By the way, do not fail to see what wc havo in the way oTiiew goods. If our prices don't openj-our eyes, nothing will. So say R.P.Z00K &m FOREST CITY, 3IO. iSOtf IANNOUNCEBSEHT 1880 TIIE II JDSBPH 1MB. Tiie Oltfest Paper in St jo3oph and the Uading Paper in the Great Wast N-ivr In Its Twcaty-flrst Volume, the Herald hiu-i tietn a sueeess! ul and luCucnti:U p-aper from the dav It was founded, and IU pwhllshers aro determined to maintain IU established reputa tion. . ' The ahlctartvorato of good morula and correct principles. Tlie mint rellalils Sfewnpnper. most desirable. luiaes paper fsr busbies uieu. And the Bust Xeirspaper for nil classes. The Dally Herald bavin; been recently en larged and belie printed un clear, new type and our facilities for obtalulue news being con stantly Increased. It will continue to inauitaln Its portion among tlie belt and ablest papers ia the country, and r Tie Mm Paper of tte West. One of the Important fejtures' of the Herald aad that which nmketft eipivlally valuaUc. If not Indispensable to business men, b tho full, complete and RELIABLE MARKET REPORTS which aru ev.rr day found 1 IM columns, and which largely K em the tranactioni ot met chanto and dealers m to.i, grain and prtMlueo of all kind. Ths butlnevc turn who doen not avail h!iuelf of thekuowleilte contained in tbt-rt dIly commercial reports. ud who dte not fc-cp lofte-t Iu thr dally fluctua tion of tho market U at the uwrry of the morn ent.'rprl-tlns traders. In inanr ea.M- hmidmlt of ilolhirs are It.: that lu'jiit be s-ivetl by Invest- IDNiRclMlUua yoar lor the Daily Herald. ST. JOSEPH BOLLAB HERALD A lt-t name li'dlrate;.. N puoIUhetl st the low price otXK lM.llt .c;u, sntl b mailed ' tosah?rlticrHttlt:untaiUl!:ionilc03t for p!- ap-. It H tho be: anvt ehpainia VVeokly Taper , punlba.d In the West, containing j All.fts Isiportsnt Ncvrf of ;tha week, Parp an1 Intarcstiuri uieraiar;, And a Cosipla'.e hsmow of tha Gineral Markets. . . I Ho other Taper is sa Desirable, so Sat isfactory, and so Cheap. . . , .StilKcrtpiloPH the noi.Illt IlKKAI.n mitltt p:iM iav:iri:il'y l ailrautv. and Jh p.lpirvl!! tie pnm;ill :itriiiitiinuilat Hie ex- ' plrtt;onf the time, jwld for. , Out' Dollar for Ono Year. J Fifty Cents fur. nix mouths All tU.tnMEteai :ir.iKir-t'ieriiett agent to re I e.'lve and forward s'lKetl;liin. ! Aildrtut, rnAfJS H. 78tCY. Manager, i St. Icsjph. Mo.