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TOLUME XVII. LET THERE IT CAN UK MAFKI.Y HAtI) THAT Jones, Townsend &Co., THE $QU4ffE DEjLiflQ GLOTtfEffS, HAVK Tlin WIST MUIITI'.I) CLOTHHsTG- ROOM I.N1 Till? CITY OK T. JOHHNI. '1 hoy havo now on bund n Itehnblo MI'S YOUTH'S BOY'S Al wear. Unsurpassed In stylo, quality and lit In every particular. Wo keep on hand a lino oh .samples (or custnmo worfci whero suits can bo gotten up in quick time, and u perfect lit guaranteed. JOFES, TOWNSEND & CO,, 4th & Felix Street, ST. JOSEPH MO 113 & Dr. J. AHhworth rnntlniirs In practice UN profi-Dslim at Xew 1'dliil ul the fnlloivlni; ntvs : MimIIcuI iittoiiilaneii nno dollar iter mile fur the rlrst mile nuil no rents t tiiilu fur eaeli 4ililllliin:il mile, llidmlliig mi'itlelue for nne in--dividual ultlnmtuxtra rliarire. Mcillcliii) al liii oDUcwiailolliir each llinu In each r.ise. kIn k jumutw M-xmnlnnf ltt for Heme Mte .Vsj.wkir "Veil remMlesTOl neTl"' rn.crirr.;(l In liN .rn; llei. an'l that all .IIkcws'ImiIIi nciileiiiiil rlin.iil.) "lUel 'illy llnise peculiar to W-nien nnil children, t'nlls prnmptly ansm-reil nlj.'1't onlay. W. J. RE A, The Cheapest and Best PHOTOGRAPHER IN TIIK CITV. FOURTH AXI) KDMOXl) STHKKTS, NT. JOSEl'If, MO. IMJK. ItlTIS, Will nav the litiilicst market prlro for GOOD AND HOKrlKS, AT THE PETER PODVANT STABLES, I-OUUTH ANP ANOKUQtll! STIUCUTr?. HT. JOHEl'lI, no. Geo. P. Luckhardt, OREGON MO-, BreeoVer ot the Calebratcd Thoroughbred POUND CEillililOGS. I have a niinilif of llioroiislihreil roluml China I'Iks now romly for hiiJo that nro lu-eu which I oiler on thu most rtasomihli) terms to f ,.,. i,.ii l'niniwi num Hoars nun noun, inn those ueslrliiK a Hllerlo iiiinllty nf Iioks. Block l..an. nM ul.ii ll.ll'n In T I1I1T4 IirOlllllIlU'H ffI(..V.0 " " ... . - them THE BEST over offered for sain In Unit County. They lire all full blod3, and have a clear pedlerre. My BowdareflW tho well known Voluml China Rtock ralsfis. II. V jwrscy a pen, ni rcrrj, l'lke cour", Illinois t A imdT 0 Taylor, t tv. KlliKiMirl. mid tlreoiiiyulleiilirJPju'y'yity, Mlnsoari, unit my ll.Kir from II. Cnstle.f Wlllmlngtou, Mills countyi Illinois. Ho was sired by Honed Tom, lie ly Jim Crow ; isllhuu Jenny Mud i Sd diini -Oxford Ilcauty. AH of my tc k Is thorouglilwud ,nnd not ro- laXed In any particular, Cull and 8C0 them lit 'my Nursery, adjoining Xtiegon. 11. rtr,. ii t TTnirir 4 itwr . iirt. i . uuviiiiiiii'i, 01IK00N, MoT BT. T. Thatchpr of Oregon, Mo., lias a suro cure for fe ver and airuo. Warranted to euro of monov rofundod. Sent bV mail on ro elnt of price. Ono ounce bdttlo, 75 c; 'two ounce bottle, 1.25. "OHKLil HEED. " BE LIGHT! Stock of Spring Clothing, for F. ENDEBROCK, Manufacturer of all kinds nf TRAVELIHG ani PACKIHGTIlIJffiS VA1.WK.S, Ac. AM) IlKAUIlt I.V MVELIG BAGS ani SATCHELS 115 Second Street, bet. Felix Sc Francis i ST. .10SKWI. mo I? a 3 3 2 ?a.,Al..2i;SsB! o to I 71 " O 3 - 0-5 nr3 5 2 S rg O S v q g " 5ssS S3 a o n s - s s ' . ? if a a en O -t 7 S L . " " U r t -i5U-. .. f-H n ti 7t.. Jjm "5: 2- sr.-" s films o A NICE HOME. For Snle Olion-i i i ,v Intending .to lfinovo from I county noxt fajl, I wlsli to eoll my dwcl I ... ,.. n V. ling in Oregon. Its location Is iinsttr passed in thu city, and it woiiltl make M speulully desirable homo for a physician or other professional man who watiJl an ofllce in connection with his dwelling. Win o ai "'"K'i'"" rciiiHoouiy w til fi. 1 .. 1 . .f 1 1 .! I a sinau eunii m) incut, ivni givu niiig I time on deferred payments, if de.slTiL I . . . . . I'osscssioit given next. t.ctooer. a in spe'etion of tho property is solicited? H . W. IJAVKNI'OIIT. W. BELT, I'ltOl'ltlKTOItS & CO. T i BELL'S PATENT WEATHER STRIP, It Is ciiarantsed a suro protection auainst Winds, Ftaln and Diist. It will save ten limes ltu noitiu in iriioi niiii i;uriiiiH in it hinifiii nL'iiniiii. besides tint nnnnyniieo from. diiHt. .Territory for tale. Aneiits can liandlo It with Iom money and iinike hirueriirolltH than any olhir iialent In l he market. Ainily In person or by letter to proprietor MtANCIS IIKT. MAIN & HIXONI) HrHKKTB. nt, joNr.i'ir. no. ts l2..l2 2 i 1 mfi 2 OREGON, MISSOURI, 1 FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1881. c2fefi& X SuWrllirr, If ynu noo a letter X mi the innrpliHif Hiir paper It meant that onr mibjorliillnii for Til k Count v IMi-mx hits expired anil Unit yru.-irt In arrears for tho n.iim , mill iiuin ynn will rome UIH ee lis III lilir earliest poedhlc foniclllcuct. Tim city prison will ho completed tills week. County assessor Graham is inter viewing the people Xow would be a good tlmo to or- giinlzo a perspiration club. Wo arc going to plpo tho tuna of rickety sidewalks till some one dances. Mr. Milter will wrench in Oreiron next Snlili.'ith nmniliirr .m.l ........ I at usual hours If it gets much warmer, wo will liavo to buy two-story thermometers to toll how hot it ready Is. Clark Proud has sold his Atchison county farm of two hundred acres at twenty-tivc dollars per acre. Hew S. Carotliors will preach Triumph school house, next Sunday at Ht II a m. nuil at Oregon at night. Wo acknowledge an invitation to be. present at Hurllngton Junction on July lth, where they anticipate! a grand and glorious time. Tho cut worm Ims mnil.itia ,. anco K!,. Z !i,v au.1 lZ j,tu.li iiHiu.iv III UIU l-Dlll, UIKlllg it as fast as it appears above tho surface. Married, Sunday Juno 12, 1881. bv Ksqulre Daniel Zook, at his residence in this city, Mr. Win. H.llnitt and Miss Laura H. Iludfon, both of Mound City. All). Don't let tho fact oseapo.your mem ory that wo tiro prepared to do Job printing of every dociipllon, in tliu neatest and most nrtj-tic manner, as cheap as any olllco In tho Xorthwcst. comiMH1 irert.'iMntivtiliift'-tTAir 'iveok. It is called tho "Littlo World" and Is well worth tho price of mlmls-inn. Tho hon' is now in .St. Joseph and working this way. It will visit nearly every town in tho county. L. J. Miles and J. M. 0born, tho two attorney.s from Atchison county, who appeared for the defence in tho aso of tho State v.s. Win. Morris, loft very .sniuieniy on iat Miiuruay, witn- out arguing their ground for a now trial. Morris was sentenced to ten years in tho penitentiary, and wo think it Is quite conteisptlblu ot these fellows to dosort their client in his hour ot trial I'hey tiled the necessary papers for a now trial, but soon afterwards skipped. after tlioy had gotten their tees, $200, leaving a note with Morris, saying if ho got a new tiinl, lo let them know. -Christopher. C. llridge, buried last wouk, their swaet little boy Johnny, ngctl two years and eight months. Ho was taken Mok on Sunday and died on TlniMilay. Tho day before- his death tho youngest child took tho same dis ease, diptherla, and died on Monday, of this week. How sore tho trial, t lo?o two out of three o' their children in less than a week. Hut how happy they nro in a brighter world, far from harm and palu ami sorrow. Weeping oncs.follow oh. M. Ttio cases liefore our Circuit Court which elleiled tho greatest iutorost In our community wore prosecutions against, tho County Court for illegally granting a dramshop licence lo X. J. K'.gor, and against, Kyger for selling tindor tho nlleged illegal liconso. Iloth cases were decided for tho defendants, Thoro worn material differences of opinion among our lawyers and others as to tho prpcr construction to bo placed on tho dramshop law. Tho Judge of tho County Court was ac quitted evidently upon thu ground that In granting tho-Ucenne, ho acted in good faith in an honest method to dlsohargo his duty, and not wilfully nnd corruptly, mid was not liable criminally lor a mis- ake of judgment. Wo understand the pbject of tho prosecution was accotn- lishcd in order to gel tho dramshop iw before- tho Circuit Court for tho purpose ol judicial construction, so that tho citizens ami dramshop keepers, might bo advised as to their rights un der tho prosont statutes. Wu give In another column tho text of the decision of Jndgo Kelly, upon points involved in tho trial of thu dramshop cases. It not only disposes of tho question before the Court, but points out tho clrouiu'tances under which a dramshop license may uo aiiowcii. I no uooision was pro- pared by veiptest of tho parties and nth era, and wo publish it in full for tho benefit of our readers, . I ,1 . 'a I Mead Iirothcrs .shipped tlivou bun : died head of cattlo.from Mnllhind last Thursday. Who wants i bran new 8125 dollar organ for $90. Call at this olllcc If you want n bargain. A move Is saldto bo on foot to make n new county out of portions of Atchison and Xodawnv. Moses Ilennet li now burning a kiln of 125,000 .brick. They will be uscu in remodeling tho court Iioum A letter received fiont Miss Xettlo Gardner, who isMn'X.'nlifornla, slates that her health Is. much better, but she J '""g-1 1 return to meet her many friends i in Molt count v. I -limes had soino nf il... (!.,,. ......... . berries Tuesilnv wo hnvu suon tl,U v,,,,,. They eanui (mm Oregon, Mo. While Chml ileview. They were raised by nr. iiosiin of tins cut. John 0. Cowan, at Xew Point, has about two hundred bend of cat tin on nanii, one hundred nro now ready for the market and tlmVnnintndcr wi'llbel ready for tho August market. -A rumor comas from Paris that I t bonnets are to bo worn on the head hereafter. It strike.s.tts the iiead wmilil ; be a good placo on. Which to wear a ' bonnet, but such a departure will look ! a nine oiu at llrst. Wo are under obligations to tho Sa-, n I. M-... i e . . i "'" uniimnu i(uan UMia WHICH I " ! ?' " ''e I . Mime vaiiuio ;o iiiionii.uion in rcirard to i the terrlblo eyelono, which pan-od through Andrew county last Sunday afternoon. A well known traveling man for a lending St. Joseph hoiwo found his wile and a sporting man in criminal rela tions. Sho has eonfWd and he i breaking up housekeeping now. They will hereafter live apiut Poor, weak minded woman. creator lr,ivflfi.,"ll)r come jlini) before. We have hoard of several deaths, both ot humans and animal, and a great deal of properly ha been destroyed by tho eloctrlc bolts. Several complaints have been undo to us by the citizens Hint a few bad boys who evidently don't attend Sunday school spend their spare ttmo during vacation stoning the bird in tho park and destroying their nests. Tills is bad business, boys, and you must stop it or it will prove dear amusement for you Miinc of those line days. Mr. (jeorgo A. Hryant, editor of tlie Craig Gazette, in his issue of the 8tli, publishes his valedictory, and states that, after a patient and practical test of eighteen months, the publishing ot tho (Jazcttchas not proved remunerative. Mr. llryunt has made a courteous and gentlemanly publisher, and wo regret to lose him. Ilu is a .young man deser Ting of success, Ooml bye a kind and fraternal good bye. Tho miracles of Mixes smiting the rock, and of tlie wonderful spring at Andersonvllle, hayo been surpassed nt Highland, rotor, the brewer. Iiail a pump, that for ycavs had been yielding pure cold water; but iluco tho first day of May, it lias been pouring forth genu ine lager beer. It astonished IVtcr so mucb, that It is said ho has prepared to abandon ' Highland and will start a brewery at Forest City, Mo.r-TVut Chief. If any of our readers has his house infected with rats, if ho will got a few pounds of common potash, Mich as Is ud by soan makers, and expose it to tho air until it softens to tho consistency of putty, then spread It thickly In their runaways, nnd whenever ho finds a hole stuffing in as 'much ns can conveniently, ho will In a' short tlmo bo rid of nil rats and mice, Tho eaustio nature, of tho potash maktw their feet sore, and they lick their feet and that gives them troir ' bio with their mouths ; by that tlmo they will conclude tho neighborhood has be come unhealthy, and they leave. -Look out for tho swjndler who Is trav eling tlmuigh the country playing tho watch gmo. Ho approaches tho farmer gives him a square, innocent look and then commences lo cry. lie shows a gold watoh, tho gift of his father, says ho was raised in allluoneo and not trained to work but owing to reverses in fortune, (hoy nro now pov erty stricken, and if tho farmer will let him have 20 on tho lust gift of his father boo hoo lio can relieve his mother boo -and will redeem it is soon ns ho goU work. Nino times out of tun the farmer does It, and, as he drops a toar of pity for tho young man hopes Inwardly that ho will never rp deem that watch and ho never will, Ho Is too good a fiuanclur to pay 820 for a I-' brass watch, St. Joseph is wrestling with a ease of small-pox Levi Orim has sold his cattle, thlrty-Hvc head, to Mr. Itont of Kan siis City. - I'ncln George Willis, (colored) had new potntoos tor sale on our streets Saturday last. Lucas & Co., of Forest City bnuirht 1 n number of tinu hogs from Levi Oren ', last week, pacing liim live cents. A goml male teacher is wanted to conduct a six months school at Fair view, near Plultsburg, Mo. Address IVlcr Shoemaker. At tho cloning exercises of Linden wood college, St. Charles, MIm Carrie Anderson of this city, was awarded the prize (II vo dollars), for painting. Our citizens .should not forget that concert which is pioiuiscd by Miss Lou Arnold and her musical class. Miss Arnold will bo nsdtisl by horsls ter, who is the leading soprano of Xe braka, Kvoiy voter in Holt countv should bear in mind that an election will bo held on Saturday, July 'J, 1881, tore- s,niiM twino from running ut Inriro. 1!u smo 1,1,(1 '! the polls and volo as '0" llloi,"(!' A tramp who was stealing a ride ",0 St-''L'Jj, & Woiteru railway, full Mklitmt itnil J.u ni !.. i .-. . it '"" J" "s uie ' B.,,nBl ,W "N e ' '" " mm no cau- not recover. The many friends of Miss Alley Heath will regret to learn that she was not retained Tor the coming year by the Hoard of Hegonls of tho' Klrksvillo Xcrmal school. Kavorillvm wo under stniut wm thu causa. Attoutifin is called to the advertise ment of J. 11. Ilrady. St. Joseph, dealer In lino carpets of every description. Woi'oJMily Is ono ol tho'solld bmlnc-s Mr. Whobry is iiliW'burllIirpr'ti' iivv Klin ol. 1.HNWU nriCK in aidiiiiii bii.v. Messrs. Wnlkup it Co. of the same , place will bo ready in a few days to burn I ' " I tlieir Klin oi iou.iioo. am uiesc arc already contracted for brick Tho Mnblo belonging to Mr. John 1 Xorvftll. who lives live miles northeast of Orc-'on, was.. struck by lightning Vv,,,g r: 11 ,,m",iaiy ir,.ii.il Sevenil liorsus were ill the I stable at the tlinc.but none were inlurcd. i - -Tlie Cameron I'imlieiitor comes to our tablo In dally form. Il is neat, newsy, nobby aiiii nice, mid brim full of interesting local matter, and If tlie merchants ot Cameron don't give it a liberal patronage they don't dc.-crvo a dally paper. Will Mmtnn comes out in this week's issue with another big, fiainlng advertisement. For genuino enterprise and "git up and git," Mr. Minion is not excelled by any bulnoss man in lloit county, and always reaps a reward by tho judicious uo of printers' Ink. lteport of Star school, Julia May teacher, for tho month ending Juno !ld : Xumber in nttendanco during thu month 48: averasre daily attendance, .TI. The following havo been present every day, , vi.: Jennlo McUey nobis, Salliu Hick man, Ora Hickman, Gortio Galloway, Xettlo Lawrence, Sammy Tayor, Oliver Ward and Jacob Ward. Stephen Ilhinchard, on his farm east of this city, planted recently, the following varieties of potatoes: Karly varieties, Karly Hose, Ilcauty of Hebron, anil King's Knrly. Late varieties; White Mcshunock, Kureka, Magnum llonum, Granger, Ohio Ilcauty, Dun more, Ilronueli'.s Iteniity, Iltirhuuk's Seedling, White Pcachblows, Victor, Mammoth Pearl ami Pcachidow, making thrco kinds of early potatoes and twelve late kinds, bolng fifteen in all, Somo coritemptiblo fellow who evi dently has no regard for tho hereafter, made hirtself busy last wcok by circu lating a report that there wero several eases of small-pox in Mnitlaud. As an item ot news wo will publish that thoro has not been n sluglo ciiso of small-pox In Mnitlaud nor in Holt county. Tito report was evidently iniiniifiicturcd to effect tho Fourth of July boom there. Mr. J. H. Dodds, editor of the Cor ning Jfcral'l, publishes his valedictory this wuok, and will discontinue; thu pub lication of that paper. During Mr. Dodd's career in this county ho ha mado many friends, and wo nro sorry to sco him retire Irom journalism. Ho has our best wishes, however, for success in any other enterprise ho may ougngo In. mid hopo ll will prove more profitable to him than publishing a paper in JJolt county. Thermoineter at ICsiuehor'.s Ol.fi 'l'uc'day last. Judge ICuscls new resideiico i rapidly rushing sky u aid and will be completed koon. " Hotter than hades!" Is the prop. er caper al this season of the year, ac cording to the revMon. Parties desiring to rent stands at Mound City on the Ith of Julv, should write to Leo Din hum. -The t. Joseph exposition com mences Septembc.t Atli. Holt countv will bo thoro in all her glory and cam away a good hare i.f the premiums. What They Say. Messrs. Dobvns ,t Waller have pur- ciiasoii i nr. CofNTV Pai-kii of II. ill eouniy. Change the name the lirt thing. Sitrmiuiih Dnnwrat. Mr. WaPer. of St. JommiIi. Ihw mn.. chased the intere-tof Mr. DavcHnort in the Holt Ciu ntv l'Ai-i;u. 'o wish tlie now linn of DobynsA Waller abundant ' tuiecess.- Savamiith Ikjmi'ti'r. Tiik Cocntv i'.ii-nt at Orcirnn, i Holt county has been sold to Dobyns WaPcr, by whom ll will bo conducted in futiile. Wc me surry that Pro. Dnven. port has stepped down from among ns, but arc assured that the reputation of Hie paper will be fully susinlnm) liy the new proprietors Alciisou r,tnii Mail Tin: Cor.NTV I'iit.u ut Ore-ron. llo'l count v. has been sold to Dolivns 1 & Waller. Mr. Waller has the congtat- iibitums of the (hnctlr. and its irood wishes. He. is a prartieal newspaper man in any rapacity, from the case to the desk, and ho won the conlliU-ncc and ' respect of those who know him bore ! .S7. Jiinrph Gnzrttf. ! Our (.-teemed young friend, Mr. W. F. Waller, has nuielui-ed a half interest 1 in TnuCorsTvPAiM'.u, ut Oregon, Holt countv, nuil will enter upon bis ilutis this week. Wo can recommend Mr. Waller to tho citizens of Holt cmititv ns ccllcnce. Kiwi Cihi Chrnnirle. , n. AVw Ciy nHf.-. 0m, frtnviil Waller, formerlv ()f tm m.im (lf (;0llt.i (.r.ive, 1 jbut latterly of the St. Jo.seph (htxctlc., ; has iiirchased a half Inlere.-t in the Or-1 cl'ou: Mo.. Cors rv Paci:!!, nn eight-! mw paper pub Ished tit the nliove place. i Will i a practical iiews.iaper man. iiml , ............ i .,.!.. ...,t , .me .if i n ! 111 MHUil I'J Uiillr.'i I'.Mi , . nent lourrnds ot that State. e wish .Mcrs. ixmynv or it aucr success. Cuiiwil drove Tinus. What Ve Would Like to See. fl'lio Man In tho Moon. fSoda pop fivo cents a glass, t Our band with Silvei horns, t Bottled soda water analyzed, t Thu Cow jump over the moon, t Xot a eyelono in Ibis vicinity, t Levi Zook build an Opera House, f Geo. H. C'hadduck Stuln TreaMiror. t And O. C. Hill United fctales Mar shal. fStar llouto H rady prove his inno cence. t A camel pahs through the eye of u needle. t Susan 11. Anthony kiss Samuel J. TUdcn, t Jay Gould give every poor woman a new rig. ,-ho bus been attending IJjadfiiWP'idd t H. F. Hutler anchor somewhere po- college Htlcally. J. J. i'icrco who left, littltt winty t A small sized polar wave como along sevcial mouths ago. for t Jioi iyil, wiites just now. his brother, J. J. Peurcu citlrbos, that f.Moro people id attendance atouri,0 wm probably Hjtunt. ta (his county churches. I in October. fAdolph Ware inthoroluof a clu-1 t, u. i),vvis ,,, fotou- if'Sidcut; of ropodist. ' Holt county who reiuov cdlfrnii) iorol in t Insurance- lonipanios pay up , promptly. t W. It. Adams leave a $5 william at this oillcu. f A funnier sight than a fat woman In a free bath. fJim Hotvcll mine u car load of greenbacks. t Judge Henry S. Kelley on our Su preme lteueli. t Vandcrbllt glvo every poor man a siiitot clothes. fl'lio fire drill introduced into our public schools. t Paper collars that will not wilt un der Quo in tho shade. fTlio Hurdio phaeton used between Oregon and Forest City. tOur City limits enlarged and auoth cr school building erected. t Anybody who knows what has ho coniu of Chairman J. W. Davis, flvvcrybody go to Mound City or Multlumi on tling-loiious Fourth. t Flics loso their predilection for men tlmt nro barefooted on the top of their heads. t A few nioro enterprising merchants In Oregon such us WJJl Mhitoii, of For esfCity, . " "NUMBER 1. Personal and Society. Ilrvanl IVtcr will leave Wednesday next for Montana. Willie Sterrct Is quite sick with typhoid fever. Dr. Henry IVtcr of Florida, Is visit ing his brother Ira. --Jnnics L. Allen bus returned from his two weeks .sojourn in Indiana. ( C.AIken of Mound Citv, expects is,i iiicinic .i:irMaie,iiiis siinimir. Khler Wayman of St. Joseph was vNitlug bis Oregon thick on Friday last. .Michael Nlpher of Math, Xew Vork, Is visiting his son, I). L. Xipher, of this city. J. (. Campbell of the Kansas Cy Ji(7 spent Sunihu with filemU in our city. Levi Oren, the King of Laughers, called on us Tuesday and maile us smile. Johnny Cook left Monday for Wyoming. Johnny thinks of ti vntir it ulone. Dr. Tracy and wife of Mound City, wero in our fit y .Monday lnststU conning. W. M. Hamshcr, the handsomest man m Mound City was in Orci'on .Moudiiv last. Di. Kerry Meek c Inst Monday and held with the iinterrilled. imc to Oregon a cotisullntiou II. F. Winslow, that pleasant and '"'fable merchant of Xew Point, favored m w1"' !l Tuesday. - Mrs. Philip Conrey left Sundav lavt, to join her husband who is now in Virginia City, Montana. 1 1,11 ,ni,"i' fib'iidsof Dr. nawrens. U M0 "v"" "'W White Cloud, will regret to learn of his .serious illness. Atlueiy an old former resident "f Holt county, is visiting friends here. Ho will .shortly leave for Colorado, Miss Xellie Poulet the reigning belle of White Cloud, Kansas, was vi-'-iting her inauy friends in On-i-vm ln-f " r-i - that ci that cily. . - -Miss Mary Foster who has bcu spending tho winter with friends in De- Kalb county, has returned lo her home in this county. Dr. orton lirokaw, wile ami ciiint ol St. Jo-epn, nave neen ineguesis oi h: Feigenbaum of tins cily, during been visit,, - .Miss iaiii.i .Mini i lias in.ni isiuir. , ul her uuu.r. s, Win Kaiieher this week. ; .-lie returned toiler homo In Troy, Kns., on WediiOMl.iy. W. W. liiner nuil. wife tire visiting Win. Kaiieher. Mrs. Hiuer N the si-lot of Mr. Kaiieher. They aru u their, bridal tour from Ohio. Prof. Kbougli, tho newly elected principal of r,ur public schools spent a few days in our city last week. He is U 'ut id i pleased with our city. John Viiiulerllii canio over fioin Graham last Friday, and told the "boys" in a confidential nnnner, that Hancock was tho coming man. Ksqulre Stacy of King Grot o gave a a call Monday. IIo repoits the fall wheat excellent, spring wheat, weedy and corn growing finely. Miss Carrie, thu uivouipli-hpit I daughter of Judge Anderson,, rvtimmd.? f,-,,,,, si. Charles las't MonOey. v;l(erp.. lsilo, and located In M ucovuh, Illinois. this returned audtukeii iijil!su.dpucu. in Mnitlaud, Charly Peter ot this ody, has acenpu a position with tfio I'iruii of Crimp, Wood & Lalorce, whohsaJfi.dry goods, Kansas City. Cluu-lcy niil cu.tev upoi) his duties about July tii'.st. Mr. and Mrs. Jcssliuuul Miss .Tcnf nio Hoblit.ell of .Mound 'iiaui Mrs. Frazer Alien of Watson. -Mn,, refo h tho guest lest wesik of that pt "ice oi good .follows, Xiul iloblil'i(J,l, When you wiint a good, clean shave, or a nice siiiooth hair cut ijm Ctaik Philbriok's barbur hhop Ho kcops everything neat and clean-,, uipl besides ho is a kind and obliging; goiitloinan. See his advertiscnioiit in clsoiyijocp, On Thursday, application was mado by Jacob Book and others, for an Injunction to restrain tho County Ciiirt from making tho impruvujioiits on the Court ljousp, Tito case Imd not boon disposed of up to our going to press, I pay Cash for ill kinds of Sorap L A. DEMUTH, ForeitWty, M, Acai.i Hi ---r .Vlk!'."!