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Jait Thursday elections were held In
.cluyun States namely, New York,
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jer
sey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia,
Mississippi, Mltjnesuta, Wisconsin and
Nevada. Massachusetts elected Gover
nor Jjong and the en tiro llcpublicun
picket. Connecticut elected inuinborb
oi the lower branch of the (iencrul a
.SLQinbly and fourteen out of twenty-four
Senators. rcwjrsay clocted p por
tlon of its Lotfisluturo, two thirds of the
Senate holding over. The batlJa in
rcnusylvania was of .considerable Inter
cut, luatiiiiuch as there was an Indepen
dent candidate .for the office of Stnto
Treasurer against what Is called tho
itcpubllcau niaehlno nominee.
The VJrjflnla contest was, perhaps,
in n n;vtloiifJ point of view, the most
Important of all, In consequeuco of a
largo portion of tho Democracy, under
the leadership of Mahone, being in re
volt against tho liourbon Democracy.
Their.ttckct was supiwrtpd by the ltc
publlcnns, and was successful. Tho
victory Is Uic first great step in the
break up in ,thn solid south.
Maryland and Mississippi arotheouly
other Southern States where elections
took place,' .and both are Democratic by
reduced majorities. Minnesota, which
elected n Governor and State officers,
holds its place- in the Republican lino;
In Wisconsin the (Ireenbackere had a
ticket In the field, but Mr. Husk, the
Republican candidato for Governor, Is
believed to be elected. The Republi
cans expected to carry Nevada.
New York Is claimed by both parties
and It will probably take the official
vote to decide.
The German M.E. Church Dedication.
Tho dedication of the M. K. Chinch,
which took place Sunday, October 29th,
about seven miles northeast of town,
was a very Interesting meeting. The
, jffeathcr was lavorable, consequently a
Jarga number of persons wcro present.
After an Interesting sermon by Hov.
pegopbaura, the phurebwns dedicated
,ln the usual form by Rev. Fiegenbaum,
Herman and Kiemcr. The liberality ot
some on this occasion was indeed praise
(worthy. Relow'wo give the amounts
as subscrjbed befo this poetjug was
$ 1OT no
J."1J.nlfIibich SO D)
1". JIuCm'tnii .Tr
J no. a. Meyer
KnKIn Yetter ,
,L'i. Durecr ;. ...
in i. ScharlinR
Murtlu niul Mary lloruccker
I'hll Koitock .
r toilet. . ..
Imi el I'rimip.'Ui
Mr. P.. 'IhUc
1'. W. lluttmauii
, 53 00
. 1 (IO
. . . . 5 (13
Rev. Fiegenbaum then told them that
Jhero was yet three hundred dollars to
.bo raised, and that he would allow them
il'teen minutes to raise that amount.
AvJiUe .ho was holding his watch waltln
for tho fifteen minutes to roll away and
,tho money to roll In, the following per
Adam Hcli mill t
Men, Jlonfoker ,
llev. Itlemcs ,
j no. .neisciii
.11 aiiiuili Kramer...,
retcrlmboden,..,, ,t: 200
.Mrs. Schmidt , 200
.11111, nniic niincK .ir.....
Mrs. tlco, Meyer ,
Mm. Jim Ifornpoker...
llev, Selp ,
A, (Iciiieckcr ,
"SI. Hunj. t 00
rreti nrainer i Here ground,
Before somo of tho last.amounts were
subscribed, Geo. Meyer stated that lio
would make up the amount that was
yet in arrears, which was 830. Tho
.Germans have shown themselves tp bo
an important factor in'tho development
of Holt cnunty interests. They enma
hero as a class with nothing but willing
hands. And now they oan' point witli
(thblr pride to tholr farms, nnd to their
oliurchos whero they worship God -in
helr own mother tongue, mid say these
ire monuments of industry j '
yVUliln a radais of a few miles in tho
said eom.nunlty, are two mills and threo
churches, which speaks well for tho
dlfforon.t farmers In that neighborhood.
Key. Herman and others comjnunlcatjed
.these .things to'frionds nnd relnUvts' in
,the old' country which resulted In'b'ring
Ing a number of families of ' wealth 'to
our county wlthlu'th'o last two' years.
This provos thata word of eneotirs'go
montto fpien'ds abud, '9oritradiclliig
tho talsft v'qmors afloat 'concerning b'no
of the best States in tho Union, would
biinj.' amllies of wealth and oilergp,' of
, all nationalities to our State. '
should bo kept warm during the winter
and the best way'to do this, is to, go to
Ira rotor's and purchase a' pair of those
Jluok Glovo8. Largest stock, Lowest
"Our line of Orocorle. is now and
complete at lowest pricos by Kreck &
Its Location, Financial Condition and Induce
ments to Immigrant.
The richest and most productive soli
In thu win Id flimnan II. llqttqn'.
Tho most beautiful country I ever
looked upon., aytird Taylor.
Are you coming West? Come to
Holt county where th(c atmosphere Is
pure, clear nnd .liriieiiiB where hun
dreds of people, from ciljes and else-
where, throughout the cast and south.
resort for health and pleasure, and tako
up their rosidencu during summer's
Holt county Is situated In tlio north
western corner of Missouri, nnd is tho
banner county of tho fnnious "l'latto
Purchase i'' Is bounded pn tho north
by Atchison and Nodaway counties; on
tho east by Nodaway and Andrew
counties, and on the south and west bv
tho Missouri River, which separates it
from Kansas and Nebraska. It has an
area equal to 10,4131 square miles. Tho
soil is alluvium; composed of layers of
sand, vegetable mould and clay. Its
fertility Is absolutely unsurpassed, the
nvcrage number of bushels per aero of
thu various products belugas follows
corn, 80; wheat, 28; oats. 41; barley,
40; rye, 22; Irish potatoes, J120; Sweet
potatoes, 300; turnips, 200; timothy,
2 tons; L'rnitio hay, 3 tons; Hungarion
grass, 3 tons; millet, 4 tons; clover,
.tons; hemp, 2 tons; tobacco, 1,000 lbs;
Haxsecd, 20 bushols. Tho best of wa
tcr nnd thu finest ot timber, abound
throughout thu wholo cntlro country.
Also constecmblo coal, and building
stone in abundance, can be found in all
parts of tho county.
No Indebtedness hangs ovor thu
county to retard its progress, and it has
n school fund exceeding $100,000 now
on Intorcst. It has olghly-soven organ
ized school districts, besides a Normal
beliool nt Urcgon, an AcaJomy at
Mound City, and a German sihool at
Corning, employing, In all, one hun
drcd nnd sixteen teachers.
Tlirco railroads traverso Holt county
in tlillerent directions and carry its im
ports and exports to and from its ninu
Fruit growing, as an industry, is
most profitable omployment hero
Fruit, grown In Holt county, is fast bo
coming known throughout tho West
uy its invariably havlnir carried off
prizes at the Fuirs. There aro many
larmuvs hero whoso annual incomofrom
npples alone amounts to from $000 to
1 ho annual stock product varies in
cattle Irpm 12,000 to 20,000 head; and
miiogsfrom 50,000 to Gi,0C0 head
o 1 , .
oL'vurui uuni-unu nurses aim mules aro
sold annually; and sheep, being elear
from all diseases hero, thrive finely
1 no population of the county by the
last census was lG.iilO. Oregon, the
county seat, has a population of about
1,300, and Mound City, near the conn
ty's center, has about tho same number
Tho other .ojyns are smaller.
iravei in tjiiy portion of Holt county
jou pieaso, apit you will find emnforta
blu nnd happy hoipes, good school
i.nuses, lli)o cnurcl) hoiises, excellent
roads and bridges, aii) as Intelligent
inuustiions, frugal and plucky people
us uver turned a furrow or cat a vote
laxcsaro low, the prices of land
range from $1.25 loSM) per acre, resl
deuces anil business houses nre boiii"
built, and evidences of thrift
on every hand.
vt tin a climate ns mild ns California
- 11 r -t ......
u nun ns joruio us mat ot Jigypt, water
as. plenty as In New York, fruit us lino
ns in Now Jersey, and The Ooiintv 1a.
per to giro yon tho noiys, wo invito you
to Holt coanjy, U( mado this connnv.
majjuouio 111 U lauilltf it s llieir heii
tagc. His net it lazy man's ranuliso.
mil u is last becoming tho prudonts
iiiiil a J4UUII
Como t Holt county.
Our Stock Complete,
kauies utoaks and Dolmans, benuti-
iui styles, l'nees, $2 to $15. A great
iuuif.1 vress uoous. 1'ilecs
lower man over.
uur stock of Overcoats, Clothing,
Hoots and Shoes aro ready for your lu
speelion. Confident wo can suit you in
,...,,,.1 nun iiriuen wo rospeettuily Invite
fVnit. nfnn. In,l. ... t ... 11
. j hi kivo u 11 can,
FORI) & SMITH.
Forest City, Mo.
A largo stock of Trunks, and Valises
111 connect) n with my full lino of Har-
uii ana guarantco ealisfaetlon in pri.
i'03- Jof R. Stono.'Maltland, Mo.
l ' ..iv-o,
Q)uSomo people nro in tho habit ot
ouyit.g their clothing Jn larger cities.
una m uii wrong uecauso Krock & Wat
son Will lllll vrv.. ...... r ..1, .1.1.1 .
... ..... j..M j. iui uuiiiiiur hi, iusi
as ronconablo fiirures. ' '
Dan. Mnrtln is agent for the Sludoba
ker wagon nndTish Urns, niiinin.ni.wi
wngon'nnd will Soil them nt St. Joseph
UVH LOW DOWN
Aimu r a lit nn
The largest line of Hoots and Shoes,
Uats.Capn and Gont's Furnishing goods'
Just received. A rtniV lnf nf linn
.watches, all rhakos nd "prices, oods
iiuiiiiun. if.a rep rose mctf.
'M,w f AAoiiKn, Oregon, Mo.
If smokers will smok,: nmi n.....
Seems to bo nnvnmi',ln .n,..l. .1.' .
J... ";.i.":,V.,"."V" B" p. y. upstouer
.... .null uijiuin, Mi:
Ills Btoek is com-
-I New Btvlos In
of Mound City and Holt county will
And it to their lnlorofct tp call at Misses
Owens and Barber's Millinery and
Dross-Maklne establishment, before
buying elsowhero. SeooHd door south
of V. W, Frazer's residence
iiuss, oiuiuios, sonars, nridies, Ilaltors,
L nos, Whips, Net, Robes, Dusters,
lilnnk'pla. Menclwio (ml, 1 11 '
W.JI1IU3. HUH !llirillN!l
Died. In St. Josonh Mo., November
4th, 1831. nfter a Hncoiing and painful
illness, Airs. U.K.S.Roblnsoa, of rorcsl
The deceased, whether as wife,
motlier or friend, poisesscd a rare com
bbiatlon of qualities. To a cultivated
mi.ud and a puro womanly heart weru
aJlilcii all the graces that could adorn
and Lpautify a lifo that was as unselfish
us it was stabiles and sinless. Jsho was
pgsscpsed of a positive, strong mind, yot
beautifully iendor and consulerato of
tho ppinions nnd tastes of others, nnd
while sho walked with circumspection
tho devious paths .of human life, was
strict and tenacious as to tho rules nnd
principles which guided her; yet was
sho full of that charity nnd forboarnnco
which will always orylallzo her mem
ory In tho hearts of her sorrowing rel
atives and friends. Sh loaves a hus
band and eon, and a larc;o circle of
friends both In St. Joseph and Forest
City, to mourn her loss.
FOR THE COMING YEAR.
Willi tho November nntnhiir lieirnn llm nir
scrips uiulcr tlm title ot Tim Ontnry Mnirit.
!. which will Uo. la fact, n now, cnlawU,
mill lniiruicd"Hrrlbner." TliopaKo Is some-
wiiuiid iKer 11nu.w1uvr.au nut nil D etune 01 11
lanrcr sl?v, mut IncrcasiiiK tho rending matter
Fourteen Additional I'mrom.
TtlO follnwllll? U n HUtnni!l.v nt till. Inn.ltnf-
fcututosof tho new series tor the coming year ;
A SnrSnvflbyJlM, Burnett (tiutlitir
01 -iiiai iMyi u- i,owr i eiuitlcd "ThmiiKli
Oiio Administration." u itory of Waililiit'ton
WtiHlror the r.onlKlniint!rcolrn,. By
Geo. W. Catto, author oi "tlrandtalmrs," etc,
j nvnwi v. iiiusiriiii'ii iiHni'n. on uio iniui
lions and nnuatirp oi Creole llfn In I.imUhinn.
.. V,V,'ov,', Vf- B lowellii (author of
"A. Chanco Acqunlntancc." etci), dealing wllh
vii..iai.ivii9lli:.i Ul JllulTirull l.ilUt
,11.5 ',,a Modern Nrulptur. A
t Vtulf i "" '"' "cuiinurr," uy Hire. Lucy
M. Mltclioll. 10 ("Plain Uio Ilueit scilea of en -
Krayirigs jftnulillslied of tho inaMeriilocra of
fculiituic. There will also liu papers im "Llv-
mik Biiiciiiiii ncuipinrs," itiui on (Do "Yuungnr
v..,..v... w. kiii,ii.., ,uil. iiuiiimiicu.
n,,.e,v,Icrn.,, By "ork. by Richard
Grant hitc. A popular and valuublo scrlen.
to Imj Illustrated with wonderful completeness
Archlleclnro nnd Ilccorntlon In
will ho treated In away to Interest both house.
lion or mill Imiuew fo; with many practical as
tVII ... Ilnlll Hill lll.i......tn.... r ... ' .
' iwuiimui iiiu-uiuiium iruiu rccciu uc
. lepreBrntHture Men mill Women of
i..u inn vniury. uiogriipiurnl sketches,
accompanied hy portrait of (leorcB Khot, ltob
j'rt llrownltig. llev. Frederick Vv. Itobcmon
.i -iV.i- .. ..." . ,VJ. .'iiiuiciv .iriiuiu,
tlirlstlna Uosctti, mid Cardinal Newman, ami
or the younger American authors, Win I).
IlmvHls, Henry .lames. Jr.. nnd Cleo. tV. Cable
MrrneH 1,1 T)iirl(cry' llntttliorno'H
nnil UeurKo Kllol'n afovela. Hucceedlng
tho lllustralcd scries on tho scenes of Dickens i!
'I hit Reform of tlm Civil Nrrwlna i.
mngemeat have been mailo for a series of tiuto
papers on tliU pn-sMna polltlcid ipif stlon.
oetry iiiul VoelM In America, Tliero
mil luniiiiiii'Mii ixnigieiiow, wiuttler. Knier
son, ImvkI nnd others, by U. C. Hledman.
ioricN, Nkcleliev nnd Kmhv u1!IV bo
expeetcd fioni t'liarle- Dudley Warner, W. D.
Howell. "Matk Twain," jMward I&kIcMoii,
Henry James Jr., .lolm Mulr. MUs llordoi
V.UH iiiiiik. 11. 11. lien, h. ,;an u .loci c hand
lor I arils. A. C. I odwood. V. D. illllrtt. Noah
iruiiKS, rraim . moCKIOll, COllMailCP t,
WoOlSOtl. II. H. ltnvi.li.nli Alhn. wlll.....
ai ilngtoii madden, John nurroiichs. i-nrke
Ooodnhi. Toniiniiso Walvlnl. Henry King,
fcrnest Inscrsoll. f. L. (lodkln. K. U. Wash
biirnu.and many others.
n-iP1i?,",r,.W0'"lt;,'',"1 '.'TI,B Adventures nf tho
T Moduli." and Mil uur unl f.irr u, .ii
fin'-V.1; 'iy A'!,tl" 1)nu,11' a'" uliioiig o'lher
W .1 " '"!' ii'iii'iuillTti,
I he I.illlorlul l)iniirliiiiiiiii iii.mi.i..
"t will .!'. unusual y 'tomulete. nnd "Tin.
Wirid's Woik" will be considerably enlanrert
Tue lirlco ot '
remain at 8 1. 011 pnr vnarlitt cents 1
Tim Vi'iilury Mitirnzlii will
Tlm ,.,.rtrtt (.I,..'.,. nV VV."' ' !" K' 1" '.'
III HMI VM'l r ..t....t.n.i
i.VmJi I.... i i i. .".iaiu i., iiiiiiauu.
Issued lust before hi death, pbnu enipbcd from
a Ilrc-sl7.u drawing by yatt Katon. will pos-
'a '' hitret to the readers or this niaga
1 1IP-'? 'dlered at fs retail, or togctlier
'iiVi ".rc V,kc". byi "i'' l"1lshein. and by book-
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Union Niiuiire, I,uw York.
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from niy farm
old Past black mare. Rome white on one if1 tho
liliul feet, white dot In center of forehead. 1
.?2r.iES..r'.?i 1 rec:year
left ear and a spilt In tho right car. Xiao mio
ytarllng red steer, will be two year 0 l In the
spring, white under tho belly, bush of tho till
white, crop off the left ear and a split l?i tho
"K ""'T; "."'h steers branded with 11 letter
"1" on the right or left hip. I will pay the Vol
wlnK rewards t fq to tho i.orsoi rl turn fg the
2Wre !.,S' ,0.r ,h0 VlVm Kt "'8 2-"r old steer 1
S3 for the return of tho yearllmr steer, 'u"ee,
Purest City. lla.
TrT,'5k,,p.1'y.,.t T- A,len' Clay townshln
ly." tanA hlgl.: nimoi VVear
o 'lt A'.Te 5 "J ' ' &: )w
1 a years
.Moore and Alexander Hid'
, Now Fall Stylos in Press Goods:
large stock, Jow pricos by Jvreck
Farmers don't grumblo about
prico of country produco when
como to Oregon. I am paying
lilcliest casli nrlco for linti nr. tmrra
country produce of all kinds. Como
mm sen me. HKNitv Stkhuet.
Our slnnlr nf .rinniu nn.l ci. t
' -" ' w J 1 1, .0 (tliu UllllUB lf
very comploto and at prices within tlio
iuuuii 01 ooiu oy ivreoic sc Watson.
We don't often ACCllfin nilVOfiH nnpflnn-
allV, but WO mUSt accuse Mr. IfnatnHni.
tho CohfflCtinher. Of keonlnrr tlm llnimf
ll- .liL.i..... ' . R. ....-
mio it uanaies, uysters, Ulgars, cto,
Jackson's Now .Thoorv Linimont. n
common sonso romody lor man or boast.
It doos not burn or blister, requires no
rubbincr, and is a nosltfvn riVik fur nil
cura bio allmonfs roqulifiig an external
application. 'Jackson's Hohovntinp;
powders purify the tilood, destroys
worms and rcgulnto tho urlno, Fov
sale by T. S. lllpdo, and King & Proud.
Drugtjists, Oitilao Mo.
is now prepared for buslnoss and will
pay tho highest market prco for Wheat
ALL pVER THE COUNTY.
-Mr.Nnt (inthe'ry It silll on the sick list.,
H.llunrl Kpftnr t ilnnirAMiittli ill ullh l.rnlu
, llev. Kststcp commenced a protract Jd mcet
Inglast rrlday. '
Miss I.lzrle Fllnn. tho hello of our nclgh
Dthnod Is among a again. ,
-Mr, ami Mrs. Wamplernrut daughtcr.Dalty,
to visiting relatives and frlcud.
Mr. mid Mrfl. Turgor u-nril Hlniln tini.nv la,
Haturay-lt was nn levcn ppund girl.
Mr. I'ltqua, whoe resldcnco wn destroyod
somo time iigo by the.storni, has rebuilt.
-A pleasant day wa spent last Sundiiv. at
the rcslduco of .lr. Adam f'lfnn'H.tha ocoiwlon
bclngii family reunion. Among tho miests we
noticed Mr. and Mrs. llennett King, Mr. John
I reud uiul wife. Ilunco King nnd family. Mar
tin Wumpler and wife. Mrs. Holm Martin of fn
dlana. Mrs. Ja. Cottier. Win. King and James
J'roud, of Indiana i Mrs. Woslev King anil son,
f 1 J" ?l Win. Snow, hamuel AVninp-
man and family.
..iimcn 11 iiiiiiiiMi huh wiic. i cny rnu
young peopl gnthereil toge tlicr.
In tho nftcrtioou n number of
IMTOil fmr.tttif.1. At, nl.i.n.1
(lluiicrwns served and boll) voeal and Instru
mental niUSle WAS Inlllsliril. Ml. I W.ln Vlln.
rnnlributcd largely tn tho onjoymcut of both
old and young
Irish potatoes, 1.50 V bu.
There Is snnm ntkito.4 vi nm,n.
Thoiiipaln continues quite tick. Mrs. llrlnk li
- VSJ 111,
u.rTil."p'?ivem('n.t" nrt! , nwkhig on our slde
w."Lk.?,i Ma,'yof onrclllrcnsurc biUtdlug sub
.stuntlal w alks.
f,.r.nVincomlnlJr yII nttended and success
ful meeting at the M. K. church. Uavo been
brought ton close. Mr. rhllhm if Stewarts-
n. J'1!?? bPet! ,,ulJ'K a" "r ncilr'y u" "'e preach
.1 .''P 9or,c of inectliiRS lasted twenty-two
'Vsandrcsultodlii thirty-nine accessions to
VV? 'thu.r.cl1 ' t' . t tier pMcsslon. I believe
Mr. Hall pastor of the M. li. church here, left
yesterday forSlcwnrtsvllle, to assist Mr. rail
lips hi a meeting Ihcio.
iZ'tey w- 8vMa,!!,n preached n very lnstruc
tle discourse Bunday nt tho M. K. church here.
,1,1.l!!.,i,,l'ftwn'"T"',ilble Tested". Asaliu:
torlaii hchas lcw.sui'erlorsoutsldcor those who
Ited by tho American Illhle 80c ctv to canvas
tho county In the Interest of tho boclctyt he
contemrilates beginning the work. Ho will nd
S1JS2. 1 P001'1? "f CVCfr cl'U'ch und school
!l.ie1nd.!WI1 ln "e "ounty, and endeavor to
a Ulblc ' P'01 ,vUo "lsl1 "' Uavc
Iioads better nnd trade cood.
Henry Mlnton Is Improving rapidly.
Will K.MInton was Inourtowuon t
Jacob Hook Is dell VltrtflfT fl HUH Int nt Inml.A.
to patties In tho Hub. 0 "
,,,7?" M,0''' he big frult-trcc
made a largo delivery hero last week.
...r',.a:,I!f W,,"l:,ni',n:,!,Buno'0 Mercer county,
on n visit to hit parents, and somebody else.
TVl' Thrallklll. tho blacksmith of the Illnkle
tt,,h ii,miiy ?o s
,.-;'vllt!?t ,,lrour;holtf thl' sect Ion of country I
venooocfta,cesr,,: uas u reat
oldsu-crs. IlihBsSoo head of hogs, loo hca
almost ready for the market.
.whine moro 1 snld of tlm ii,.i
:oiug rrom hero tn ltulo : the n:i,i i.,..v mii
but the talk Js dead.
-It Is said that Mr.
McClelland went away
forgetting to pay u. but the constable reminded
him of it by attaching Ids things at tho ttopot ,
mmW.W? Pc,er Bvjergrecn that we have
not begun the literary work yet. our girls have
gnlzemB "C a" WC CX1'CCt a falluru ,0 -
We aro now walling for the boom that will
brick. I I. thought there arc verv few houses
in town that will bo able to Maud ihe shock.
-.nVli.1 r' f"'"1"1"' I noout through assessing
and will soon return tn Hi., bosunm of hi family
11 lid to shake hands with his frUuds. it wll 1,0
his tum to report a noon as Dave get through.
William Kfcuy has sold hi resldcnne In
L.tt VniS1" ",,e Vu,(;1,f- m I'S wr 2d In
to tht I utcher buslm-As here, and Litdd fair to
ly to H.mshury, for the purjxise of railroading.
. "avlil Avclipr Is In our nildiit again shaking
' Ketllng olf grainatiral p rasw.
Ilayo hiu been u tlm nursery business In Town
and. of course, learned manv new Me i d
nVt,rbln''cl,u!'r,0,,,,.llkt,,l, l,1 "entro !f
nttnietlon. We would adv so ecturers and
me,audffieep m m I,aVU evt U&
1 eyei-.il parties hava been arrested lor flsh.
lug In the lllg Lake. We don't sen why nenniu
aro arrested for fishing In j" liayiiuflil Iuko
(ail be called not lllllg else, a. wafer rim. KV
irn u 1110 Mbsourl ltlier several time a vrar
rimlV l,,,522",,.fsr l,WM niselow nnd White
V"l'L 1"ry'..,1"70 a six "Plendld school
sehoolhonse Is a large brlek. and c aimed to
the best house of tho kind hi thu countv. outel
2i'.,?!L!,i...Tl,Lr.!i''ral!ie ." '-rick tUe llln
.. inrii, mu in wnicn aro 1111. t in Minim
1 to lie
W.oo. besides many other J
iiouses. snanues. nuts nnd pens, too numiTrous
to mention two good sawmill. 1 1 wo US
ch nes j 10? farms, jo to 800 acres cacTi f 1 "no
brick church t one f. O. O. r. Hall ; ono waSon
jhopjonoHiulresomce. This section I fes
than ten miles long by4 to smiles wide I hero Is
regular sendees at tho church, und all ot tho
schools are running, tesohers wages s;w to no
lermonth, The sawmills aro bofli (iXg thbl?
ve'hest, and ne would think, judging from
the. beautlfu wheatrields. and the general drive
?',!' l;l"fs"- ! ''io flood had beVforeotten.
many ycar3Vy 106103 us,alel, Will 1)5 Kit for
, . ...v. Bul. wi. I nu 1 imi,
wm, Yunchus. a miller from Ht.'JoacDh
WaS ill tOlUn TIlllN.lnw un.l W.I A.. ..l.il' u""l
-i. , iiv. i ,iuaj 1 1 .
Mntl'l,n. a miller qf Itock Island oun
ty, Ills was In town n few days last week.
n.it'.f.W'.' WW uu.f h.'". SJMWPS. work.,
Is now busily engaged In setting Ihim u ' aga i.
? I? I a sevro toss to Ho t county and ana that
?.,'..i ue replaced as soon as possible. The
business men of this compiunltv cjn'roplaoo
tills rstublNlimi-nt l,V rnkln'n IndLl 7i....'...
An Illustrated Weekly-
nunouo unya nnd atrU ot rrom Six
Volume ni Commences Noymljjp 1 1881-
Now Is the time to Subscribe.
i He voting; 1'eople has been from the
ursi succe.isrui beyond anticipation. If. 1'
It ha a distinct purposo to which it steadily
adhereii-that. namely, of supplanting tho Io
lous papers for t ; jouug wftli a paper mdio
Bttraotlye, as well us moro wliolosoioe.-BiMioii
. J'or noatnoss, elegance of engraving, nnd con-
..... h-.iwmij. nuiiui.,iisuu uy any nub
Its weekly visits are. eagorly looked for. not
.niy uy iiiu cuuurcii, uuiauoby parents, who
Now York. uivimc. uuiiuio,
weekly paper for children which parents
not rear to let tlinlr Mitl,lr..i, .,..i'.. .!."
family flreslde.-ifqrlord JMly Timet.
Just the oaiier tn tnk a tlm .vn unH a.n... ,i.
ntteiitloi) ol tho boys und glrls.-Sm-tHHfeiS
IIAHrEB'flYOUNO PEOPLK l,
Per Yam, Pontnge 1're-PnlU, (
RIiikIo Nuinhorn. Four Cents each.
To i bound volume for lSdl will bo ready ewlv
In rfovembcr. I'rlco e3.00i peaUfe prenai-X
Cover for You.va I'koplk for IWl i'S cdntii
imstago 13 cunu uildltlonal. 1
ltOUlltlancca hlumlil hn tnmlA v ItnriAffl..
Money Order or Draft, to avoid cluuieo of lois.
fi twinn)eri are ml locopy Vita atli'trtuement
without the (rprcsa onltr nf ll.uiwcu & linos.
uu.u.u. Jlrtlli ftH lUKlilll.ltn
Bffi. Our lino of Notions is comnlptn
in every detail aud ar remarkably low
iu jiiiuo uy nreoic es watson.
Your Furnishing Ooods, Hats, Caps,
Hoots and Shoos at Amos Castle's
SMOCK, OWENS & CO
SfBCIALTYBUIIHDF KLASSWJUI& aiUlHNSWAlB
One Door South of Kennedy's Blacksmith Shop,
Shepard .& Simpson
Would rospcctiully Invito tlio citizens of Mattland and vicinity to call on
them andinspeet theis stock and pricos before purchasing elsowhero.
SHEPARD & SIMPSOM, MAITLAND, MO.
wo will tell you kind friends.
iuon s, louins'iioys' nnu tJlillUtqire Overcoats. A well soloetcd stool; of finn
All ool Suits. The finest lino of Hoys'
Mississippi uiver. xne u mildest stick
nol, etc., Every variety of White and
o ueiy any one to snow us a finer ano
. Cor 3d & Felix
FOR THE FALL OF 1881,
Wears Stlling Dress Goods Cheap. '
We are Selling Oaliooes Oheap, t
We are selling MuBlins Oheap.
We are Selling; Ginghams Oheap.
We are Selling Flannels Oheap.
We are Selling Gotten Flannels Oheap.
We are Sellina Laaw Oloaks Oheap.
in lact wo are soiilnc all kinds of
Bom loryeara. vo uavo just opened tne
. .11 ' ... . ...
Eyer exhibited in
M. S. Far
Northwest Oornor Fourth
ST. JOSEPH, 3yCO.
BOOTS and SHOES
A" Pur Stock includes all of tho lending
Hand and Machine Sowed
inis is a raro opportunity to buy first-class
FOR CASH ODSsTLlT.
IflwQcEJUi Sffoe Stoie,
323 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Ynlt will llml thnrn tlio (rrnr.ilnQl ctn.iL-
nnd Children' Clothing West of the
of AH Wool Underwear, Scarlet Flan
Fancy Shirts, Hats, Caps and Gloves
ot goods and at cheaper femes.
Street, ST. JOSEPH, MO
$tr., ST. JOSEPH, MO
THAN EVER BEFORE
crouds, chennnr tlmn tlmv him. i...
"""" j "vu,i
uvijest and Ilncst lino ot Ladies'
s & Co.,
nd Felix Streets.
f)T SALE OF
lurors kpown to the trado
k'to4 -M Al
goods Vt actual Manufacturer's Cost
PERSONAL AND SOCIETY.
Mrs. N. J. Kytjcer Is with Incnds fit
Frank Evans will teack tlo tilackr
-Jim Drawn mado a flying trip to
Kulo Monday. 1
Mrs. Limblrd Is visiting friends li
Mis) Lou David, of Craig, is visit
tngfriunds In tliH city.
llobort Morris, o( Now Tolnt, was
on our streets Friday.
Win. Taylor, of Forbes, waa per
ambulating our streets Saturday.
Frank Kolffcr's sale of stock adver
tised in tho fyctt, seems to hang fire.
Dr. Dullard, of Forest city, scorns tt
make quito frequent visits to Oregon.
J. 11. Hook, of tho Hook's mill
south of Blgolow, was In Oregon Satur
day. Rsbcrt rnttcrson, of Forbes town
ship, was on our streets a day or two
Kegulnr services at tho M. K
ChuroIi,noxt morning and night every,
H, L. Alklro and wlfo, of East
Whlto Cloud, were with friends In this,
city Saturday and Sunday.
Erastus Judd. ono of tho ploncera
of Holt county, died nt his residence
Wednesday, Novcmbor 3d, 1881.
Alex Van KuskIrk,son of our towns
man, Ellzy Vnn lluskirk, aud a farmer
in Hlukory township, was with his fath
ur in this city Saturday.
Miss Sophia Fetors, of Corning,
Kansas, will remain iu our midst during
tho winter, and receive music instruct
ions, under the cjcoollcnt teacher of Miss
Shack Carson, now a farmer near
New l'olnt, but formorly ono of thoso
boys who swung with Grant around
beleaguered Vleksburg, mado us a
pleasant call this week.
T. S. l'ntors, formerly of this citv.
but now of Horning, Kansas, accom
panied by his excellent wife and his ac
complished daughter, Sophia, nro visit
ing with their many friends in Oregon.
Capt. I'anl Hoynlon passed down
thenvorby here, early last Sunday
morning, on his famous trip down tho
lcllowstono and Missouri Rivers. Hn
has a rubber suit, and swims towing n
little boat alter him. Ho has in this
manner passed down nil tho principal
rivers ot tho world, gathering matter
for his book "Itongblng It In Hubber."
Dennis Watson, formorly of' this
county, but now ofGod knows whero
lias been having considnrablu troublo
during llm past week. Ho was found
passing through tho country In a very
suspicious manner, leading two mules
nnd a tior.iu or two. nnd wna Inilcmi tn
ill,. t T..U....I. 1r.ll II.. I. ...I .ill.. ....
ju(uiju, uu nun u iifm, or
two Iii the Jail, and ono Sutherland, his
attornev, skipped with ono of his horses
and SCO in money, leaving Dennis m
Frof. Ebangh.of Orogon, was in our
Charley Graves spent Sunday nt
honm with friends.
Georgo MoKInnny is again in our
city. lie will go to St. Joseph" this
Mr. Simpson is again in our midst;
Ho seems as proud of being papa, its a
littlo boy with his now boots.
Mr. Gnil Anderson mado ono of hia
flying visits horo last week wonder if
ho stopped at Forbos.
Mr. Demutti has moved his foundry
matoiialsto 8t. Joseph. His family
and household goods uxpeat to go this,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATU OK MIHSOUitl I
COL'NTV OK HOLT. i'S,
TsriiJ" ''uia-,,lrCU' 1 Co"rt 0t ,a'1" 'm",y I"uay
' William II. lltchardi. Hatntitr.
.Tames I Orr, Jr., Defendant. ,
At this day roincs tho plaintiff herein, by his.
attorneys, before thu tinilcrslciuil clerk (if said
'ST yn. d 'Hi's his petition und
nnidat It stating tiinonK other HiIiirs thut this
iilalntlR hasRoud causo to believe ami does bo
Ilevo that tho defendant U not a resident of this.
Whereupon It Is ordered by tlio clerk that
said defendant be notind by publication that
plaintiff lias commnnred a suit ncalnst him in
.'i ?V"iUr.ti SWri1 al,"1 Rcneral nature of
which Is that nlalnlllf seeks to recover of dofciul
ant tho Sinn of S3,Sf (i as durmuces for tho falluro
deiVi'daiit to convey by warranty deed to
plalnllQ aeeoi dlne to contract tho follow lug do-
K MX aWl-.Her.il and tho K M. UefA ill
ui am ueieuo ini mo lurtlier sum of twenty (aoi
I'i?'?. .XI'e,H C(l b" !,a1'1 Halntlff In examining
the title to and procuring copies of patents for
.iitltl above aoscrlbcd lunttsi beliiK In tho uggre
pt; st .000 and further that said dcfcnJaiu
ands nbpyo described aro attached for said al
leged debt and damages.
And that unless the said James J,. Orr, Jr..
b and appear at this Court nt the next term
thereof, to bo begun and kolden at tho Court
I tousoln the City of Oregon. In said county, on
fflin'.'.l rinirnl ...ax ,..h. ,um ...... .
ine m aay oi .lauuary, isss. ntxt.and on of be.
torn tho sixth day of said term, answer or plead
r or plead
io (no pennon in said causo, tbe samo will bo-
lunriiusi-uiiiesv-auimjuugmcnt will be rcu-
nuvu iiuuurilliilf l ,
And It Is further ordered, that a copy hereof
be published according to law In Tun Couxtv
PAI'RII fnP flltll. U'Dula sllil.ooal..nt.. tk. n l... ,
. . . : .,"'..""i""ui.iijnn:ii villi liv3V III-
sertlon to lio at lcati four weeks before tho first
dav of sain term .
r,h Jfi.KnowIes.O.W, Thomas, Attorneys for
P'"'"g. frlnter's fee I6.
Sr Every lndr should call nnd rph
our beautiful line of Ginghams. They
tiro dump by Krcek& Watson.
Several desirable dwelling Iiouses and lots In
Oregon, at reuvonnblo rates. Kcr terms etc.
uri-guil. uv J
call aud sco
U'7W.I,UN & IHVIN15, '
&"Now stvles In Hats, m
nrocg tc watson.
n ... . ' '
Is on of the Host Vluabli Unfal and
OF THE ACE.
nlf lJlRuimniec, a .ur5 proteellon against
S.4'.,,4,t Ktn ana Past Will sava teii
ies us run m nisi and carpets In a alnvu
??Kprrrneutal and does not cut o? mar
tlio dcVV In ahv mnnner. Is ivmllv .....i ..ii.i..
n. It li nnnl.Mil.ift tn tinnhu
put onT is ' "M"
Simple, Durable, Cheap
'Torrltnrv fnr Hiiln In nil nnrta ni j
United Mtatei: ' " v "u
VEO, W. HEM, A CO.,
I, Jlosepts, Ho.
After a overo tet of twelvo voars, by
many fending physicians and thousand
of fomales, it has been thoroughly de
monstrated that English Female Hitters,
has cured and relieved more sickly fo
males, than all other remedies combin
ed. All monthly defects, excesses op
weaknesses, effecting married or slnoU
ladles, are promptly rslievid by it 'wtft
The NK 1-4 and Wl-liHcc. 18.Tfll.lt 38, W 1-a
BW 1-4 See. 4. 8K 1-4 8eo. 0, 1-4 Sec 11
SWl-4otNH l.liinrtV i .Vh I. Sii" .''
... um iv O.IUUU luriucr in reenver oi mriu Ue
fenJant tho further snm of 8100 paid by said
Planum to said defendant's nuent on tho afore
said referred tn rnntmnt imH tiivih.. t.v