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VOLUME XVII. Of the Season. LARGE STOCK, Nice Assortment, Lowest Prices. The Best Assortment of Seasonable fflDRY The Best Assortment of OVERCOATS AND For Men, Boys.Youths and Children. This stock is unequalled in ox to tit mid vurictyi mid at prices within the roach of nil. Wo usk a closu inflection of this stock. Wo also ask a close inspection of our lino of MOUND lift B Bl The. n Iso iiulires ( tho w) imil tho bundle's who see iloio tho verdict. EfiY PllIM Awarded Corsaut & Mover of WE Lai Fin t Premium for Finest display el Dress Goods award- Eg Corsuut a Moyer, Mound City. First rromluni forliFluost display of eLQMS km miMkm First Premium forjfinost display of Funcy Goods and No- lions.&ti irst rremiuni lor i - Men, Boy's OVERCOATS FirstSjPronnum for best soiocted stock of Staplo Dress Goods, Flannels, Jeans, Olothfl. Waterproof-., Cotton Flannels. BlankotH, Knlfc GoodH. Prints, Duckings and the best line of Hats and Cups, Boots and Shoes. Our Gooods are NOT MISREPRESENTED Tho Duhllo will rdeaso take notleo that nil tlm iilvivn poods will ho disposed of at n fair living profit. Wo don't sell ono nrtiolo, for loss than cost ami then put an other up double ito value, but wo proposo to sell you goods ..- ,l.n 1itirncf nr.coU.1n Rmi.n tt.nf ...111 L . I Ilk tiu lunto. ruo.iu.u UUIU WlUb JllUHUy mil 'Illy W1UI11, and will do justice to ovory no. We proposo to give our customers satisfaction it every instance. Finally, wo proposo to give our customers a selection from tho newest, Finest, and Largest Stock of any house In Holt comity. rim BUT H Mi "" W Corsaut & Meyer, NICK STOCK, Now Full Stock of Casimorcs, Cloths, nnd Trimmings now on rSy tiUIo. Wedding outfits tv Specialty, Perfect tits aro guaranteed and only flrst-llasa IT CLOSING BOO TS and SHOES Manufacturers AsourStocklncludosalloftlio loading manufacturers known to tho rado In Hand and Machine Sewed Boots and Sr'foes. This is a raro opportunity to buy ilrst-olass goods at actual Manufwtu'Jor'a Cost. FOR CASH OlsTZLfST. 1lTnt-OecJirl SqoE Stoue, 323 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MO. GOODS C8TY, RAO. tioonlo who trado . . with oi;r dtsphvy of gonds, on-. WOiTH 1TO 2 s Mound Cltv. mostlspluy of and Youth's & ULSTERS OUT SALE OP 0 THE! OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, TIME TABLE. Kftnrms Cltr. Nt. Jonepti A Council iiiuiiM iiniironu. Ltara Parcel City- A'orfh. South. .... 1 iflOr.M ...l'- 1I5.A.M .. 10 iO.A.M Mrtll and Kxpress 2 ;W !. M. llll . III A. M, VittUcn llrnncli lSJP,)i.. -Considerable dinhthcrla Isrenortod in and around Craig. Try n dish of those delicious oysters, nt E. P. Ilostcttcr's. Several important communications aro crowded out this week. Everybody should read Bishop Foster's sermon this week. A healthy, bouncing boy made his appearance at the homo Charles Arte brau last Friday, who lives about six miles northeast of Oregon. The work on tho court house is fast hearing completion ; the plastering and stairway being almost ilnlshed. Married, Thursday, October 27th, byltov. W. T. Maupfn, Mr. Audruw Andrew Horier, to Miss Ella Howard. A largo double grey shawl was lost between this city and tho Union school house. The flndor will please leave it ut this ofliee. Charles David has sold bis farm north ol' Craig to C. M. Gulllinms, Sr. and will cngngo in tho mercantile busi ness aaiti in Craig. Tho corn oiop is now being cribbed with great rapidity. Quality, good quantity nothing to erow over. Hut some Holds aro as good as evtr. Tho band bos huvo ordorud new uniforms. Now If they would only giye us a concert the music-loving peo ple of Oregon would be satisfied. Nov. S. Carothors will preach nt Triumph school house at eleven o'clock on Sunday next and in Oregon at seven p. m. Let the people attend these ser vices. Mr. James Cuiry measured an np plo tree on the farm of Mrs. liussol one duy hint work which measured 8 feet, and G inches in circumference one foot above tho ground Who can beat It ? The Oregon sidewalk builders have carried their work to such an extent as to use up all the suitable lumber in town, and are now only waiting for a now Mipply to still further extend their work. Lawrence & Hodgins, of Sharp's Grove, have manufactured more than two thousand gallons of sorghum dur ing tho last few weeks, and found ready sale for it as fnt as it could be made. Winter wheat never looked bettor than it does this full and the prospect for a good yield next year was never more promising. The abundant ruins of the past throe weeks have given it a good start. A severe thunder storm passed over Craig in this county last Thursday evening. The gable of D. llathorn's residence was struck by lightning and the wliolo end of the house was shivered lioin top to bottom. It is almost useless to call attention to tho lare advertisement of E. C. Wells & Sou, of the old reliable "Kod Front" store of Forest City. They mean every word they say and wo cuu heartily endorse their declaration. The railroad boom is working very satisfactorily to its managers. Thoro Iiuh already been u marked advance In the price of laud along the proposed ronto, mid poisons In iho country who understand tho project in all of Us de tails express great confidence in its ul timate success. llock J'ort Mail. Tho people of Wood's school dis trict and vicinity, will give an exhibi tlon at the at the Wood's selionlhouse, three miles east of Oregon, on Friday evening, November 11. Tho Oicgou t-tritfg band will turuUh inusio for the occasion. Come one, come all and have a good tlino and grow fat. 12 1. The mouibers of the M. E, Church at Corning are preparing to give tho citi zens of that placo a rich treat in the shano of concert, festival and oyster supper, on Thursday evening, Novem ber 10th. Everybody is invited and a happy time is anticipated. Posters and programmes announcing the event were prlutoil nt this ollico and will be conspicuously posted. Dan. Solnilto rindied into our ofliee Inst Tuesday with a half pago adver tisement, announcing that the Sehlilte Bros, have Just received the largest stock 0 clothing, huts, caps, overcoats and winter goods over landed in Ore. gon. Wo told him that we wore sorrv we could not accommodate him this week as all our available space had been taken up. Dnt lookout next weok. Country Produce, Farmers don't grumble about tho price of country produco when you coiuo to Oregon, I am paying tho highest cash price for butler, eggs and country produco of nil kinds. Conio and sco me. IIknhv Steuret. Reader In fitting yourself out this winter, n luce, now Int or Cap is a necessity. In solcotlng one you should try to get nt a largo una varied stock. Pleusu ro member that Ira Potor, Orogon, Mo., has tho largest and cheapest stock, Evorybody likes oysters, hut the question is, whoro can you get tin. freshest and best. Go to E. P. Hosttt tor and you will soon bo satlsflod tha) ho cat) put thom up In any stylo, (MRM aciRt in naa coukty. m&H If you want any prlntlngjdono, call at this ofllco. P. Fitzmaurlco's Palo passed off woll last Saturday. Stoekjsold for all It was worth, Deputy-Assessor Currey is busy In Forbfii township. Ho 'makes an excel lent Deputy. A cood dwelling liouso in Orecron forsalooi rout. Apply at onco to II. Tobbs Alkiro. George It. Duol,'of St. Joseph, has purchased tho widow Murray farm, in Forbes township. It matters not how many papers you tako; the list Is not couiplelojwlth out your homo paper.; The homo of Mr. Atcck Heel was made happy lust Saturday night by the arrival of a llttlo girl. County Court will bo In session the Tth iust., Circuit Count lie 8th lust., and Probate Court tho Mth lust. Lou. Moore has been sworn In us Deputy Constable for Lewis township, and we understand will soon be bworu in as Deputy Sheriff. The proceedings of the German M. E. Church dedication were unavoidably crowded out of this issue. Full partic ulars will appear next week. John W Huiglor sold 155 acres of unimproved bottom lands last week for three- thousand dollar cash. The pur chaser is from Hulo, Nebraska, but wo did not learn his name. Hcinhardt & Ilium have removed tholr stock of goods to the Schade prop erty adjoining KingJ& Proud's ding t-toro. Dan. Martin will foou occupy tho building vacated by them witli his stock of harness and saddlery. County Ai-sessor Graham is around on his annual hunt to Hud out how much people aro worth. It Is useless however, to remark that Ed. Welly had urgent business in St. Joe this week. Those who pioiniscd t. pay their subscriptions in wood, will pleusu re member that the days are growing Mioiter and colder, and that much de sired article would bo very acceptable. The iti ot winter uiW Is rallier ulinit this your. Imlceil It Is almost ImpiisslMe I" lltul litislirl ot i:oil souiiil apples, most ot tl' vim rtli'Slmvlmt been l)Uto.l by somfl ldiul or n worm which causes tiiiu to rot within a lew Wftfks Httor they Wo ben .(fathered -lfofc rnrl Mail. Come down to Holt and you can get all you want. We. have more than wo can use, and aro reauy 10 supply an who come In limo. Tho following is a list of loiters re- malnlng in the Post-offlco i.t Oregon, Mo., Nov. Ist,5lfe8l: 0 W Hur Win Ely Maggie Hrown James Luudy Lizzie Hrown 3 Win S Moore James Crofferd U H Fatten John Elder Mary Solomon. Parties celling for the above will please say "advertised," JV. U. IlUl.li, I . .u. A quiet and easy feeling has pre vailed in tho errain markets for tho past weok. and prices ruled lower on the leading cereals. Speculators wore fa vored with few outside orders, and trading was mainly on local account. Forolttu advices aro not favorablo, and tho eastern markets exhibit a dullness In a general way. Cuttle were In bet vequost and the market has ruled firm er, and prices wore well maintained on all grades. Hogs has shown a down ward tendency throughout tho entire week. Wheat, ssi.a i corn, eno nogs, 16.35; Cattle, 5.75. We aro in receiptor a lonthy com munication this weok over Iho nom-de- plume of "Business" in which ho abuses tUO mcroimniM Ol wrcgun uiiu nijs uicj cannot be compared with business men of other towns in the county. Tho way "Business" handles the humect it seems to us that ho is woll posted in everybody olscs business but his ovn,forholorgot to nut his own siguaturo totlio article. If 'Business" means business, and if ho has tho interest of the community nt heart, ho can send in his signature and 15 cents a line for tho article to lusuro its publcatlon. Wo cannot afford to pub lish such hog-wash free or anything elso that has a tendency to injnuro any branch of business in Oregon or any other town. Remember Tho Misses Lawieneo sell the Domestic, Wilson. American, Howe, White and Stewart Sowing Machines, la connec tion with tbotr millinery, All the People aro notified that 1 have without excep tion, one of tho most complete stocks of Clothing over opened in tins county. It has been soiocted with groat caro and w .as purchased for tho men, youth and oys of the county. Call at Ira Poter's, boys of the county Oregon, Mo. Call and See Them. I hnvothe most complete stock of La dies' and Gents' Jewolry in Holt county which 1 am selling at prlcos that will astonish you, lUuuv Fauaoiieu, Wantod. Fifty ablo-bodleil men Immediately. A permanent job will bo insured till wiutor. Apply at tho Bod Front Storo. IIknuy Steuuktt. Our Stock Complete. L udl os Cloaks and Dolmans, beauti ful stylos. Pricos, $2 to $15. A great variety of ladles Dress Goods. Pilcos lowor than ever. Our stock of Overcoats, Clothing, Boots and Shoes aro ready for your In snoclion. Confident wo can suit you in goods and prices wo rospeetfully invito every every mciy to give us a pan. FOUD & SMITH. Forest City, Mo. NOVEMBER 4, 1881. What We Would Like to Know, f Whoro Kelnhart was wounded, t Why'Sol. Foster don't sit down, t Why Lou. Mooro goes to St. Josaph eo often. t Who tho oldest single lady in.Ore gon Is. t If Will Mlntou can recommend liiairiail life. t Why O. C. iPlummcr don't pay his subscription. t Who Henry Terct meets at tho Multland train. t If Cyrus Phllbrlck washesj himself before breakfast. t A town with moro solid business men than Oregon. t Of a better postedjnian thau Uncle Johnny Hoblitzcll. t Why Ed. ltandolph didn't sell his farm to the Hopper boys. t If 11. Tobbs Alkiro will goto Wash ingtoii to defend Gultcau. t If it Isn't nbout time for tho editor of tho MnttliimliHqicuccuf to sober up. t If tho County Assessor wouldn't like to see Ed. Welty for about a min ute. t It' it isn't about' time for Leigh Ir vine to make another trip to.iBrown villo ? t If everybody would like to know if Frank Allen of Craig, collects old ac counts. t Of n town that can show more pret ty girls thau Oiogon Koek IVrt is ruled out. t Why certain parties in tho western pnit of town persist in keeping chicken Killing cats. t What county has a brighter and more prosperous future dawning upon her than Holt county. t Why Ed. Welty always 'makes a vacancy In tho atmosphere hereabouts when the nssessor.conios around. tJWhy certain parties, who aro al ways on deck to borrow as soon as Tin County l'Ar-Kitis published, don't sub- scnue. A Few Gentle Hlnls. Mnssns. Editous "God made the country and man made the town," was sung'.by Cowpor over u hundred year. ago; but (CM tin towns had beltersiite walks and streets than-now, and fewer town clocks. It is amusing to hour the different opinions and suggestions to utilize oiunprove that part of our Pub lic Square which has a chronic inun dation. Our worthy Supciintoiulont of Streets advises, and enforced Ins views with all the wisdom his name suggests, that it bo tilled up with rofuso sorghum cane, ami that a ditch tie cut to the hol low at the west, when the drainage could be secured, from which pretty good molasses eon hi be made. Atintlici view of Solomon's Is to make a fish pond of It, and in very dry tunes could lie supplied with water from tho nevor fulling source :n tho Court Houso yard; but then an ordlnnnco should be passed foi bidding any drag or other nets as nothing elso should bo used for catch ing fish except the Isaac niton plan rod ami lino. If otherwise it would make "fish scarce." Solomon holds to tho first, as It would givo longer work and lighter loads for his team nothing like mi oyo to business under any cir cumstances. But really, why is thoro not some thing done with that miserable mud hole with its accumulation of filth in the vory heart of town? Let It be filled in with broken rock and tho nuisance abated. Sanitum. Horrible Aooluunt. Last Thursday, whilo a llttlo ten-year old sou of Franklin Johnson, who lives two miles north of Craig, was riding one of his father's mules to the farm pasture, the animal became unruly and throw Its rider. The little boy's foot hung in thu stirrup and was dragged along n rail fence for tho distance' of about a half mile, slung against thu stake, kicked und pawed oy iho mule, until ho wns manslod in a fiightful con dition. His skull was opened from one temple to tho othor and the little fellow has suffered untold agony since tho sad accident. Medical assistance was called In tho person of Dr. Smith, but it Is thought impossible for tho boy to live. 'The Sweets of Life." A vmuwr murrlnil cnnnln fimn nut ttu llllnntu nml Antt.biii hi llm U'rwfnrn part of tills comity, It is said, several years ago. in mo moaimmo inoy were blessed with a bright-eyed bouncing boy. The llttlo follow grow in the im ago ot his minor, mm oi course was ine pride of the mother. She nruyed tor, enrod for and watched tho child us fond ly as mother could, but ouo day a bund of Indians eumo along. Now wo may digress f i om tho story tv llttlo, but wo are going to stato riuht hero that the flnost, choicest, nicest contbi'tlonory, oysters and canned goods evor scon in Oregon Is now at Kelnliurdt & Blum's. What, with ins now sioei; oi contection cry and other attractive things, lib storo is a sight good for the bore oyoa I Carry A largo stock of Trunks, and Valises in connection with my full lino of liar uoss, Saddlos, Collars, Bridles, Halters, Lines, Whips, Nets, Hobo9, Dusters, Blankets, Brushes, Combs, and Harness Oil ami guarantee satisfaction in pri ces. Jos, It. Stono, Multland, Mo. The Best placo in Holt county to get sowing ma chines Is at tho Misses Lawronco, Craig, Mo. Moulton the Fraud. As wo expected, Moulton, tlio editor of the Mnltlaml Imkpcntlcnl, denied the charge preferred by Tub County Pa- l'EU "that ho wus caught In tho back of a barbershop drinking beer," and published statements -from several par tics who claimed they Uiiln't see him do it. Ho could probably got live hundred statements to the same effect from par ties who didn't sou him drink It, but below wo publish tho sworn nllhluvlts of three good citizen of ilal'.laud who wure present on tho occasion and who really did catch him in tho act. Fur ther comment Is unnecessary, thugood people of Mnitlund can judge for tliem fclvcs; sulllce It to say that wa do not caro to besmirch our columns with any more such stuff upon this subject, lor we feel as thou;li wo were pulled I'mvit on a level with a brainless idiot who is in his natural ulcment when down In the gutter throwing mud. Wo only wished to show hm up in his true light as It Is the duty iii every newspaper lo puniisn every iraud who is trying to tin- iu."u MjiiMi uiu iiui'i'iu. j nu puupiu can tinge lor moinscivcs. THE AKFIDAVITS statu ok Missouri, lHJ I'llllOTV Ol" IICII.T. ("" IViMinally appeared before me, tho liinlor 'lipieil, a Notary 1'iibHc, within ami fur the cuinuy ni lion. .i.ililiM Mviiiinori', rvnn. l.rllic nil Iysnorii,sas, I am nnpiaiiiteil Willi .1. ,1, ;.tmit tim.eillmrof the ,Ma Uoml iKfp.ii.f;it ; I saw i mi on tir ami u me uiu i i me ii'iimni hih- !....!... lMal .I.I..I. I....V. I. ,1... f...kl.... -i ' . miiuiii imm urci in ,ii.i i'iIiiii i null. 114 .iwiiii .iii-iu), 111 uiu luniiuj .-iiiiiuiiiiii, nun i o.. JUHMIliri. .l.Alln ftlYID.llllKt'.- NniHPrlbeil anil sworn tn bL'torn im tills 'iiili nay 01 ucil'iHT, isi. It. 1. 1I1-.A, "UAI.. Notary Public. My term expires September 21th, lasi. STATU 01' MIfiNOUIII, lSJ I'lTSIHi:ltlV muii'.lriMl lii.fnrn Inn tin, iin.l.tN slKiiril, a Notaiv Public within ami fr Hie cnumyni mm, r. m. i-.iii ii, wnu, lii'lnc duly mmini. says. I uiu uniu ilnlril with .1. .1. .Mmii. Inn, rcillur ot the ii.lf'iwi'cHl I ,snv lilju mi or about the n!i:ht ol the loth i.f rieplcml it, 1sI, ilrlul: beer In IIih hurl'er shop .tulin Mrt'ny. In the town nf Mnltlaml. 0. M, KI.UOIT. .Subscribed ami sworn to before mo ll'IsiUlli n.iyoi unouur, ieti, n. l. I(i;., (KKAt.) Notary Pillule. My leim expires September Ullh, isdl. STATU OK MISROUIir, i,a cou rv oi' 1101.T. ("" rriMinallj appeared before me, the under Mimed, a N'oUry Putill.-. In mid fur Un eounly of Molt, Z U'lnulah Smith, ti, lielliu tluly .woni iiee-idisii: In law. say I am lu'ipeiliileil with. I.. I. Moult. .ii. editor of the .!) mfcit, I saw him on iiriibniil the I ut li of SriiteiiilnT. URI, drink beer In the barbi r shop ol John M. Coy, In tho vitiligo of M.-ilMaiid. Unit eounly, MKsi.nrl. ZACIIAItlAII H.MITH. SntiMrllied and som to before me. tills 'jntli day or Ooiober. list. It I. IIHA. si:.M- Notary Public. My lena expires S'eptember H. ixsl, The School Fund. Tho following Is an abstract of the County Clerk's report to tho Stato Su- penntendant of Public Schools: r.NUMElUTION. MilltA.Frlnnli't T..1? No white persons In enmity uriiwril uil!iil.-ue;!r.s.... es3J,,,,UiO, ...OOJIl No colored persons In eoim- ly neineeu u aim -u yeiiM 43,,,, 43,.,. m Total... :4 SOUS W22 ANNUAL tUSTIllllUTION. To cash on liad April IS'O J13..V4 M ueeeiveii innii ninii' mini a,is HI Kecetved from Cmmty lot on bonds... iijsi ;n Received from To funds lot on bonds, i.ktit ,i; Uccelved from Hltrlet tax sa.avi ill Hi'Oetved from all other sources l.tiiu s7 Total i."i,(Jo7w Total amimnt expended.., Cash on hand April 18 jl.. .S3I.7W 14 .. in,'.' I.I if. JSI.IXtt! ID SCHOOL I'PNn I'llINClVAI,. Amount of Townnhlp Siihnol Kumh...f U'.iol o Ain't County Public School funds en,3;:i in Other Special Kumls 7,4: tt Hi Ttnl Itec'd from Fines ami Penalties.. .AI..V.1 III . l.uis si How dKposed of Loaned out with approved bomU ami niurtg.iges, Our Indemnity. W. II. Richards, swamp laud agent for Holt county bus made his report in the mutter of indemnity for lauds suld by tho government after they hud boon given to tho Statu and by the Mnlo to the county. Below wo publish a lit of those lands as reported by Mr. Kieh urds. lrrfn. Bl 79-100 3.1 70-1UJ ru sii-iw 10 bO 40 39-100 to so 40 40 40 0-100 SO .12-1(10 40 11-100 ti'O 40 Docrlpflnn. See, Tii, ,. seaw. II HI ;i7 no no . 3.1 . ,i;i J7 lots is (II ,; sw HW 31 til J ll ii 1-2 nw Ki es ; i lotuswfrl :i vi 4u sn sw ft (ij .jo II1-2SW B i.t 4t, 110 SO I! U 41. n 1-S lot 1 uw .10 i, 4u sl-2lot2nw t-n t:i 4u lot 2 aw SO a-i 40 II I 2 lot 2 UW UO 0.1 40 se at 4u nw so 31 f.i pi It will bo scon from tho Iqivgolng list that t hare are 8(38 78-100 nun s, for which the county will receive Sl.'.'i per aero. Mound City Improvcmcitn. Tho following is now list of new buildings orocted in Mound ( lly this vear and the relative cost of enoli for tho your 1881: Duncan Hrown i .vi IIUKU .iinu,rtiiu I j , ,, ,,, , ;am John K. li ivls , nm T, w, Miller i It, Martin i-ro W.K. Drake t am school miliums: ; r, mm unmui u noye r pi (ki w, 1.. (lord u f i ooi Ccorun (lordol I OcO HftsO IllMU'CM 2 f,;l Will, llolilitzeil , MM .i)mii.nieunico ,........;,;!,; r m llaritan Hi Nasi , 4 uoj laa -li juiirn , ,. . ., Twenty tlllliiBs, avornKO cuu ts' 12 000 Total,,,, , $50 000 Tho above flnres was luriiisJiod us bv a reliable party and does not Include additions, enlargements or outbuild which would probably swell tho amount to about 835,1)00. It is a very fluttering showing for tho "hub." NUMBER 21. GOLDEN WEDDING. Tho Fiftieth'. Annivcrtftry of tho ruarrlago of Ur. Thorn an 0. Dr.nnsy And to MUs Jai Uobbi.dSippropriataly Clobnitd. Lust Thursday, October U7th, one of those rare occasions the pleasures ot which so many young married pcoplo read, dream, think und hope to enjoy, but .so seldom realize, occurred about three ml es northwest of Now Point, In thlscouuly. Extensive arrangements hnvlng been made beforehand, and a great number of Invitations having been l!uoJ, taken In connection Willi tho fact of tlui li i 2 li intellectual and moiiil status of tho nged couple, their palatial country rcs hlcuco was eiowded to Its utmost capac ity, notwithstanding the Inclemency of Iho weather which prevailed throiu'h- lout Uiciillro d-iv An ox lltlJ , "',.,. f' , pri'iul which groaned oxccllcuVuhlo beneath its loads of luscious viands, and all present partook bountifully, and without re serve, ot thu many hospitalities extend ed by the venerable host and hoste..s. (One dish was used upon the tablo which was u.-cd by them at their wed ding dinner hfly year.s ago.) 51 p. sod Mrs. Denny uro aged respec tively, 70 and ti!j yeuis: lm having been born in Mercer eounly, Knituet y, Feb ruary Cd, 1811, and she in Washington roiuiiyr Indiana, October 15th, 1813, They were married ut tho residence of the bible's parent, October 27th, 1831, and removed to Holt county, Mo., In the spring of 1807, where they havo since Hindu their home. Eleven chil dren have been burn to thorn, liino ot whom are still u'lve. Of tiioso dead, one, :i son, died in thu Union army Oc tober SOth, 1831, and tho other, a d.iugliter, died August '.'2d, 187-1. Thoy huvn two 110ns 111 Dakota Territory, one daughter in Minnesota, and one in In diana. Tho reumliider of iheir children am reshluut. ill Holt county. They also havo thirty-eight grand children, and six great-grand children. Among the guests present, wo noticed tho following: C. II. Denny, Laura Denny and l'ainclia W. Martin, of Washington count,, Indiana; Mrs. Is.ibel Ciirr.ul'jMliiueapolis, Minnesota; J.J. Denny, Fairfax, Mo.; Mrs. J. B. Denny, of Mound Citj ; B. S. Denny and wife, II. E. Denny, CO. Denny, John W. Davis and wife, Joseph llodg- lu and wife, Dai.l Witzul und wife. 111. Nowlundanil wife, Jacob Kavhlll und wife, .allies DuBo t and wile, ,lohu MoDuuiol and wife, John llo.lgin, No- blu Hodgln, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Pen nington mid u couple of reprosentntives of The County Papku. Niiiiuioiis presents weio received all of lino gold, und ninny of them 'unmtfucturcd, us per furnished designs for tliw 'special occasion Hut, as wo have often remarked before, this paper is t ppnsed to this method of expves.sli g dod wishes and therefore wo shall uuiil giving a list of them. 'I in: County Papku extends Its most hearts congratulations, and hopes that u quarter of a century hence it may have the pleasure und honor of being represented nt their diamond Wtddlt'g. Tho CcniPt. By stutloinng youi'K'lf in proper po slllii'n about uiidi.ljht, und us' mr 1111 or dinary lh Id or opera gluss you will see the slur thai is now creating a commo tion ns tho sixth comet. Yon can't, see the lull, but 11 you will take the troublo lo diop into Martin & Steirett s Millin ery Epoi iuin yon will hear nn exceed ingly llll' resting line iiiiout thu lowest! ilriees for milliner any Indies notions or iinytlilnL' In their lino. New stock com prising the very mtest novelties. 'Indian Depaitiuent, Washington,. 11. O. I urn anxious to Introduce Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup muting my Indinns having used it myself for run nil moutlis, and think it on of tho finest, remedies I ever found, I ussiire you it is the only thing thut ever relieved mo of a protracted cough, brought on by expose while on the Sioux Commission last year. A. (5. Boos:-,, Agent foi I'onens und lT. S CnmniUsinuor. D003 Your Conscience hurt roil? Does It prevent , our sleepli g' souii ily? The best way 10 re ievo your self Is lo (11 to .Muilanis Martin & Ster-. rett and nay the bill, you uro owing there, These bills must lie settled with in thirty days, 01 tli;re will be addition al costs added. Heavy Clouklm: Goods ; jnt tho tlung for Iho ladles; Call and see these goods. They will make ,our eyes sparkle. Ira Pe ter, Oregon, Mo. 200 Head of Hrrioa. and Mnles wanted by Jos. It. Stono to bo fitted, wifh Harness and Saddles, ('all on him ut Mnitlund, Wanted. A good shoo maker to work on Cus tom work. Apply at Tuts Count Pa iT.it oltlco.