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OREGOX. MISSOURI. EBIDAY. APRIL 14. 1882. NUMBER 45. TIWH AND CtVNTY. The aach tree blossom a promis ing crup. The Harmony school ii presided over by Mis Dolllo Blevlna. . Ta Nodaway eoaaty fair wilt ba beld, Matacn'clag Aujroiit JSth. MtuKUa Bridge, will teach the priag term olihe Mill Creek school. 'Squire Wilkinson was elected mar r of Forest City oa Toe day last week. The aati-teatperanca ticket was elected at MxlUaud, Tuesday of last J. L, Dryden, of Beaton township, U making valuable improveracnu on his term. The summer term of the Falrvlew aehool opened March 27th. AlLia Joile Kertia, a teacher. -Tyra Martini on the Howlcy farm, north of Forest City, has planted about twele acres of corn already. At the election tor school directors, Tuesday ot last week, C. O. Froud and Daniel Zachman were elected. Jessie C. Cain, Thoa. Lambert and Pan.O'Connal have each planted one or more acres of onion this spring. .Dawson and Zelgler, of Mound CU7, have made many raltSablo im provement to their mill in that elty. Mis Anna Morgan, the Rocltalion ist will occupy the boards of the Cor saut Meyer opera house, this (Friday) evening. Freeman Lihby, of Sarunnali, sold 160 acres of pasture land, in upper lloit, Jat week, to Mr.- John Hoagin, for 1,600. Tho season for Udvlnrupthe yard has arrived how thankful, we havn't any yard; we live nearer heaven than many of our subscribers. Henry SUrrett has commenced the erection of a store buildiuir. with hall accomodations on second tory, on the southwest corner ot tee public square, Aunt Mllin Morris, wh wns a resi dent of Holt conuty for about thirty veitrs, died, at the residence of her eon, in llrowuvillo, Neb., on Friday of last wcuk. Mrs. Clarke, ot this county, who wa adJodged'insAiie by au Oregon jury astort tunc ago, una sent to uui , ai .lononh lunatlo nsvlum,' died At that place on Friday of, last' week. II.-E. Peret as Co have lust Com ttWhd nattlntr'filg'fdetorilffktnitur rod on our new Court House. The rod used is the Mumti) patent cubic, with nine nolnts. Tho Work is well done, and fives entire satisfaction. .radii) Uoek. who has n native linn ber yard nt Mound City, is one' ttf the most enterprising citizens in that por tion of Holt county. His yard is full of. jill kinds of native lumber, while his mill, whlehjs located near Wgelow. is being run constantly to its tullest ,capa ity. . , Tiie St. Joseph, Ucrald deserves much credit for its enterprise exhibited during tins week of the .lecso James ex diement in tbat.elty; B report was by far tht mojt, reliublcnnd accurate pf t oy published within the bolder of tho Missouri Valley Such eftturpruro will win every time.. , A young man ,by" the name of Darnes, who is vUiting roUtivcs here, tuant tltiilnir nn FrUfnv laat. Trvlnu to shoot frog, for bait, yvith a small revol ver, lie ueeiueuiauy wiot uiiureit in mo Uili!k. The biilt a small one, is lodged on the outer side nttd Drs. 'Gotlln & Flegenbaum', Who were called; have de . tided to leave the ball as it is. Jake W. Spencer, of tho St. Joseph Evenlna News, has lust published a neat book, erlvimr an autbontlc and graphic account ot the asfusslnatlon of tuo notorious ow law, Jessie w. dames, which occurred in St. Joseph, April 3rd. Frlcc twenty-five cents. Address J. W. Spencer, Evening News, St. Joseph, MUsouil.. A St. JoKenh special to the Glob. Demotrat, fays that the slayer of Josse .lames "Urow a muruorousuou s tony one calibre revolver, and aimed at a man who has resided in the south part of the, city since November, and gone under the name of Howard from the rear.'" Mr hut name did he ko under from, tho other side? C. C. Aliceu. made- a rush into Mound City tho other day; hat and uoatoff. uants in tho ton of his boots his hair fairly standinc on ends. ''Its a habv" savs ho: what's tho sex.1'asked a by-standor; "I do declare., I forgot to ask.1' C. C. soon returned, aud told tho boys.when tho youngster was tweri- uy-one,ue. wnuia vote tne grcenuacx ticket. Then toe rowd shouted. We occasionally find an entiiusias tic inrl Hldual who cannot bo in ado be lie vo thai Ja"" Jr-oos is dead. The Into unfortunate fcb.Aiit hat some admir ers who firmly beSicvo that Inasmuch as Jesse has been compelled to depend on ravens, with an occasional express train or bauk, for a living, ho will bo event ually taken up like the good IJnh, in a chariot ot fire, with ico cream and irto appointments, rX H. T. Alkire, attorney at law, of this 'city, has purchased an interest in the general merchandise store of Min tan Bros., at Forest City,' and has gone to selling goods In earnest.. He will not, however, entirely ahandon his law practice. Mr, Alkire is one o( our most energetlo young Wen, "chuck full" of business, and he will prove a valuable addition to this already popular firm. We wish "Tebbs"'ucoMs, and if he don't succed it will no) bo his fault,, Hiarraii ftwAliiriMo 1 j Jake Bather la. kapy a girl. Will ft.HsrahAigsrU clerking for U enryjMcmtu 'Mr. A. h. CmawWte, is teaching the Kimser ackoel Mine Jenai WriLtrs teaching the Chambers sekoel tldt ayrtag. Miss O. A. WrifktM teftoalng tho spring term eftlM mg CHy School . David KnMrr h ekfaet cokntoitsioner and Elta VamiifceJbJC, cky aitorney. MoaeaBent)i' )Nw beea awarded the contract for -Wtftag tke BterriU Opera house. V -On last uWir, Mr. Carl Waegle, of JUohville, gave birth to her. teuth child boy. C. C, Aiken, et Mosd City, has been commissioned a Mtary public. A very good appointment. A. simrlnir class has been orsanlzed at Woods school house. All are invit ed to attend Satorday aigfct. ' Miss Julia Mar. eemaseaced hor fourth successive term f school at the Star school houe lat Jedy. Henry Sterrett is Mttbur a, hand some show window In kls store building on tho north side of the if are. -Services will be heal he Prebv- tcriau church next safesaili atoralBg, mid evening, by tke piMM kef , Ir. wimmson. , .H.5Rlchards Iarit WedaeedaT for Uooneville and JefletMa Cttr,' Wen e ..a .. . m a. . souri, in tne interest oi we wnmy iu demnity'fund. Prcchinc at Trill rajafc gfol HMtt next saiibatb mornkg aifaMrM aMy und at Oregon at 8 p. ra.,fcf Mm Mi.: S, enrothers. . Our school board haM ft last satnrdav. C. O. Presai vmb Treasurer, W. B. Buvls, Bw.isd:B:i Allen, rretoaeni. .. . Oa the grave atone antaad (a the memory of J esse James, thata eoaldbe p'aced tho following IntcriJMajw: Hero lies the bravo Jesse Jamea, wo awed his sleeping ooiurade.V ' N. O. Hopkins, aceaas to 'be ih choice of tho Atchison cotjr aipaa1l-e cans and Democrats, for ratisasantawTc to All, the vacancy cus4-Urtaaato: nation alE. II. Hursts 'i5- A certain yoMii perhtgoutre got contddorublv "off" laskSattiWJaV'vavon- ing, "at Foreat City, after the Teachers'' HiNiituto adjonrueu. we retrain trom publlshlng"hls name on account of vhanie for him.,, 'k J.-'Mf "Wilson, a well-to-do farnior of Benotn township, dad the bod luck to gut Ills-left tuina utmost entirely musii ed off. last week, by bis toii-ln-law acci-; dentally striking it wjth a sludge bain- tnerwiitte unving posts. -iltov. 11. M Ooodn. St. Josenli. will dclfvcr a lecture In the Christalu church: atOregnn,Thurs(lay evening;' April 20th. Subject: Charcli Music. Also Friday evening, April 21st, be will deliver a lecture to young mem- 'All are invited. "Admission free. Clarence Monltcr. the ten year old son of llcnrv Monlter. of thu city, fell under the wheels cf a loaded wagon, on last Monday. He w.as badly tiruiseu and his loft shoulder dislocated. Dr. Thatcher was culled, and the little suff erer is doing as well as could be ex pected. John Hani's unpoln'.mont as post master at Mnryville.haa been rejected by tho senate. This action was brought about by Senator Cockrell, of this state who claimed Ham's nomination wns mado at the instaneo of Chauncy I. Fil- ley, who he flays has oponed out an office in Washlngton.to deal in omces. Nodaway Demotrat. Governor Crittenden, whon a can didate fur Goveriinn, stated In a speech in Oregon, that if lie was elected, liei would rid the State of the noted outlaw, Jeiso Jnmes.. He has kept his word, and the good people of the State are net particular as to how he accomplished tho disposition of this notorious charac ter. Jesse has climbed the golden stair and wo are not particular whothor bad Ins boots on at tho tiino or not. Jessio James would have cut off his right arm rather than decit (o a Iriend, and whote in his career in he charged with suoh a cowardly act .jprd was gu llty oi.Ex. Jcs-o James killed bis old eomr.lo and Iriend, Miller, while Mlllor Uy sleeping at his side; Ford's ncrwas 'jo morn oowardlv than the klllln"' of CPb- John Sheets, ot the Gallatin Banklor the .murder of conductor Westfaii, According to those who havrxmade caretut resenrcnana computation, ou Friday and Easter occurred this yOr, on tne exact uates on wmcn tne evi us are changeable anniversaries, regulated by the mono's phnses; but tbo Actual date on which Christ was crucified, is comnuted to have been I rlday.April 7tb, and His ressurectlon occured on Sun day,April 9th. Therefore a great mnnv Years oca. Christ was criiMled on-Mount Calvary. , 9 Dr. J.L. Mlntoh. of Forest Citv. re eleved bv exnress from St. Louis, one day last week, the skeleton, remains of a urana new buojcci jateiy oweecmci ny his brother Ike. at a medical college in that city. When the bra was opened a very strong odor of putrtfaetlon net tho nasal emlnatlng sense, but the Doct or explained . to tho by-standers that after being boiled and scraped Iho bones would emit no such offensive obor. Dr. Mlnton expects, after polishing, tbo bones, to wire them together and keep the skeleton oh exhibition In bl office. ALL tVEIt TNC COUNTY. XtMVKT. -fskoa Mltlsr, fn Ust flandsy at home. J. C. Xsnlfse, tns'ntumtdfrom Bnrllacton, towa. -David GaUwrU lMtahomott)inoksy, a Mr. walkfr. ass puree mm tad morn tm M O'DmU tun. rrt hart aalshtd sewlaf wheat and ar aow pMpartaf to pUnt corn. -BunJ,tlMto pUy ehecksrs as welt as h did ttrt Ira ka4 tte Mumpt. Mn, Omtt Tbomas, It elowly trcorttlnt tnm a protracted inaeke ot ttter. H.M7 Dltltniham, of Kaatas, (pent latt week with Meads In tbli tlelnlly. -UlMDeUe Cottretl, ot Onion, wUi teseh the uunaut term of tcboo! at Ueatoo. Wm. Carroll aud wife, of Atehleon county, are vleltlox friends and rclsttrM In this county. What bat happened to "Hopper?" Itieemn there wa noUiinc about hlai la tho Bottom It erai, latt week. David Catdwell, who wse thrown from a taule a few weeke ago, and fractured several ot hlstlbe, It about well. At the school meeting held oa the 4th, aa eight motitlM school wiui voted, wlltl II. V. Bhsekleiord aad Thoiaas McKIuney chmen at dlrecton ot the Board. BENTON' On Utt 8unday,thet was tiresching at Ben ton, by Elder Itenhberger. X Honday icImo! was organized. At the people were returning fraarellgoiu itrvlcM, two young neawrredls- horse racing, la the road near the Wo would tell the, young men taWeaeaM ertlMar May find tbemWc before mtwUJtnr. X.Y.Z. TO TEACHERS. Xoacithemeygtve, thMtke Board of W reetoes of Hxyipigji a beaeol district will reolsve HksMaae tresa laaeasrl to ih tkevotlUoMof Maeaaaad An aajdstaats, sad one teacher letSh. lore4 art eel, ay to Boon, MsylOth, tsaa. Awllcalfcai ikoald kt aeUretted to W, MJ unit VI IUV imtiui W. H. Oarlt, Sec. KORnrs. Health aaaerany good raHwfceatlt looking One. BuMaea generally dull iuot now. A Suod.y.school was orRsnlzcU here Sun, day. Tatrearesevrral now build Iurs iu process of eteetlea here. The new drug store ot Dr. A. O. Young, wlU be nearly completed in auotner week, . mm kt mi.Mr. - Hwin will bare the 'ttnteh dcslrel early vcgatables for the uiarket soon, N. V. Murray shipped three car lojicli ot fruit and orimincntal tree.i, from here latt wek. Jury trial .befaro' Justice' Dunn, Haturday, about a coiv. As usual two men wanted the samo cow. Costs of suit about double tho price of the cuw. J, It. Wilson hat : foot extension to Ms new store neatly done, which will she lUm a HA foot bull JliiR The enterprise of Tine Couhtv rArau In geXtlog MVt the supplement, last week, Is highly spoken of by our citterns. Mrs Illlllker, wife of our railroad anent, nr- rirad home ttslurday, from a week's visit to her atster at Fairfax. Hllllker.s spirits won I up to Mat n tli abode. Tho remoyal ot au old dilapidated corn crib f Urge dlmraslons, which stands beteon Main street and the railroad, would add very much to the looks of .our village. Itev. 1). H, Harris delivered a good aormon Sunday forenoon, fiom the ttory of t'nln and Abel. "Am I my brother's keeper?" He will preach hero once a mouth. Scott & Hlinmbtegh, tutv. opened their new hardware store, with a stock equal to any loth. country. All wish them tucces aod we think It will prove a paylug Investment, -Mist Clara WUklutoo,- of Forest City, has been engaged to teach' ur summer term of school vt Inch coiuoieuced last Moudav. Ulad of it, Mbs Clara. Hop. some oue a III Induce you to nuke Forbes a psmiaueut residence, Mrs. Camiiboll. wife of our UUJscliool teach er, was very tick last week, but wa learn thai she is almost as welt as usual, aad will start with Mr. Campbell for Fargo, Dakota, in a couple of weeks, wherd Mr. C. will follow his vocation as tsuehrr. They go hoping Mrs. C. will regain ber health. Little Daisy Huitth, daughter of our cator- prising blacksmith, met with a peculiar accldeut Ust week. Mrs. Smith left a window sush stand ing iu a tub of water for a moment, and Daisy busted herself looking nt her shadow In the glass. The sash fell on her head nnd cut a very bad cash In the top of her head, laying the skull Ijaro the breadth and width of the finger, and cutting an artery. Dr Young was called In and dressed the wound. MOUND CITY. Charles Conner, will move to Mound City, toon. John Caton, shipped nine ear loads ot stock this week. The work on Dr. Gordon's business house Is progressing finely. Anna A. Morgan, will be at the opra house, on Friday, April 14th. James Cason, made a flying trly to Forest' City, last Hast Haturday, Mr. Lcueli.tlie genial depot agent at Malt land, was In town Monday. Hamuel Blazer, was in town looking for a bouse to move into, Haturday. J. W, Davis and Michael Debolt, ot Now Point, were on eur streets Monday, Miss Nettle Miller, who has been quite tick for some time, Is now convalescent. On Monday, John Caton sold his dwelling bouse to Henry Cransjer. Price, f MO. George Ueuuet and wife, were baptized at the Christian church last Hiinday night. I it, Kn.wles, was in the city last Haturday, engaged In a law tult before. Esquire Wilkinson. Tli supplement ot Tub Couyrv Fapku last wetk, shows commendable enterprise on the part ot iU publishers. The letter from Oregon, entitled, "A letter from tho eagle's nest," afforded tho gentry hereabout, considerable amusinent, We understand that Dr. Lukens, of Oregon, has rented a room f.r a dental office, la Mr. Uoblltzell's building, over Welly Bro's. store. Attorney J, W. Btokes was In town last weok, attending to a ease he had before a Jut tlco ot the peace here. A change of venue was taken to Forest City. r-Mlss Liule Owens, has had the front taken cot of her mllltnety litore, sail replaced with a largo gltM front. MltsOweas new haioue of tas handsomest itares la towa. Father Dean, wlllsaea eaatmenre the tree ttwi ot a tsrxs butlnent autast touth ot nherd hh More now K to Uud ftasr tho pcitofflc, In eonaeetlnn with hli rcitauTtal MUs Hom Blgger's hew btflWIntt s complet ed aud occupied abors byaUM Mjtgrr n a family rHldcnco, and below jr Mr. Earl's Kro err (tore tad Mint Blfltm' Mltlhwry tliop. Rev. Luac lftll,hM noted with hU family to TrkloClty. Mr. Half geestbere Intake charge ot the M. R. church at that plei and at Went- bom. Mr. naiileavoinuay rtlcnai Here, Mi of whom wlih him health and happlnen In his new field of labor, t MhsMary lirockman, arnved here one day last week, from her parents, in Kaniua. Her hutbaniU Anthony Broekataa, liMbeentivtng In thU county for tome tW, making his home with Joseph warren, four allee norm nt Uvtc. When Mrs. 11. artlroi here, the staid over night at the Watt homso. WUllo there, her queer action caused MHIitt to think ilio vtai liiiane, or bordering oa insanity. Bhe wm taken to Mr. Warren's, and' in a few duy wa perfeotly tnsauic, to much a. her huibnnd Is preparing to tend her t tat asylum. Mr. II. hat our tpropathy, THE BOTTOM. . -Fishermen plenty at PtoSy lake. -lLMlnton it now realising the benefits ot hit pastures. -A number of "new comers" nave nuely nr. rived in this section of tfea bottom. T. J. WUlIamtoa, teacher of Idle-Wllde tehoul, hat Uken alay-of nntil the Isth. The Walnut Grow achool It now open for Hundsy ichool, and wa Dope to have a good one la a few wtki. A, W. VanCarap, Is tatting nut an extensive orchard at his place, ltf'st one of our most en Urprising eUlzens. ff' COUNINO. Mrs. Sspp it very tkk, Miss. Ulna Everett IS quite tick at Mase Prices. JimBcdwIcks tralllag tit illuminated our Itrcett Holiday. -Jake Iloudlce is trtaatng a tew. days with his many friends here. Tho foot race betweta Noel and Smith Is In definitely postponed. Frank Noel has come homo for a short time to recover lilt health., FetetChristenwsart the lionets of school director with becoming grace. Undo Wm. Uurstto telling tome excellent Inks, ond.peninanslilti Instructors: A Sunday school' wW be iirganlzrd nt tho M.E. Church next feuaday evening at i :W V, H. VadGnindyfhas.retiirned from twls College, where he has been attcudlui; school tor the past fw months. It Is Understood that Dr. Perter will soon. locate Irf Corning, nnd occupy tho hotel proper ty In the unper end nf tho town. -TheTaklolsonahlg boom spreading from bluff to bluff, throughout Atchlwn county, makliiE the crossings difficult and dangerous. -Dr.Noel has had n serious attack ot rheuma tism, affecting uls foot. Dr. Johnson ot Craig has been up several times to see blm. He Is I in proving. Among other Improvements in tke past week, we notice a restaurant and a barber shop The restaurant by M. F. Hill, and; the barber shop by U Howard. Corning having tww llrst- class hotels, n restaurant besides boarding homes, ean furnish filling for all. Iu the city election the successful," men were, Milt Earl. JohiiiHmlth, A. H. Hogreffe, I, Hogreffo and L. W. Klrkland. nvith John Smith as marshall. aad these substantial men to sup)ort hUu, wo hope an end will come to some of the disagreeable proceedings so often witnessed on our streets. " C1UIO. Big Tarkio Is on a lxm. Out of her banks Ilov. Luther It now absent trom home attend' Ing Presbytery. Frank Allen's residence Is now receiving lit finishing touches. Mrs. George Smith Is now receiving medical treatment Iu Ht Joseph. An uld lady named Holder, died on Hatur day last on the bottom near town. Judg. Simpson made his Spring delivery of fruit trees on Tuesday last at this place. Elu.rHwopouwnM a bycicle which threw blm ou Saturday last fracturing his right arm, Tbo 'plansl and ipociOcatloni of A. M, Hun ter's brUk house hav beta mtuU and work win be beguu at onco. The prosueetus ot the Craig Mtttnr is out, The first tssuo of the paper is to follow on the 13th. of this niontlL Elder Warren of Iowa, an eminent minister of the Christian church, preached for his peo ple at this place on, Suniiay last, morning and evening. 1 As the reault of our city election! Chas Thayer was elected mayor, Jasper O'Dell, mar shal, Aldermen; 1st, Ward. Fred Myers and Cave Hunt, 2udi Ward, W. B. Wilson and 0. M Uulllams. MAITI.AND. Thanks for your extra of lust weok. A good shower, Uaturduyilald tb. dust, and settled over) thing. Miss. Mattlo Glenn, of Oregon, It visiting a' her brothers, Mr. Edward Glenn. The temperance people feel somewhat cha grined at the rcsnlt of the election. Miss. Bell Htorm, who has been visiting friends here, left on Monday lust for her home In Kansas. Mr. George Ilnpp, formerly oflMaltland, is making his frlen.s a call. He Is now represent ing a St, Joe firm. -Mr. Elliah Powell, of Whig Valley is carry ing a crutch, having bad a foot badly crushed by a fractious horse. Mr. J, E. I'hlllpps, wat mode happy a few days since by the arrival ot another regular boarder. "It Is a girl." Mr. Looker has taken charge of his hotel, recently vacated by Mr. Holier, with the Inten tion of running a first class house. The Nodaway Is on the "boom," and R. C Hunter, and others In the cut-off are anxiously awaiting to tee the current chango. We hear tome of tho farmers tslklnaiof plant ing corn :thls week. Plenty of time yet, the early bird tometime gets left, you know. Mr. Louis Food has lust returned from an other trio with Pratts' Patent Gates, and li preparing to start for Nebraska next week. -We had the Pleasure of meeting Dr. Tracy of Mound Cltv. on our streets last week. The Doctor looks as hale and hearty as ever. F. A- Vlnsohaleri one ot !MaryvHlo's,attor neys,,.ai)dawcpliewpQUiowniroan,K, I. ilea, has been taking In the sights in and around Maltland for the past few dsyt. Tho town election whs quite hotly contes ted, tho Issue bring whether thu liquor license should be nLsod or loworod. Tin result was the election ot n low license board. Mr. Wm. Thompson, ouc of our carpenters, It laid up tor a time, having received serious Injuries by a tall from the scaffold of a building he was putting up fur a former near town. Deputy ftlierlrf Oummtnas, was In town Ust week on official business. Whilo tome un doubtedly were not plcused to see him, we think w. know of one who w made happy. we hare hrnrd nf one school district where theylmv ncrevd to Imvo but four months school during tho comliiK year. W lioim the children otlb.se Intetllgeut vutcrswlll have tense enough to run away from home when they are Urge enough. If they don't there Is no hope for the rising ccneratlou In tlml neigh borhood. KASTltULO. The ferry at this K)liit has changed hands, and Uncle Jim is no longer one of the crew. P. L. Palmer of White Cloud, Lsgcttlnc out and raftlug n flue lot nt cotton-wood logs. Judging from tho number of trues brought Into the neighborhood, uurserjmeu have done a good busldess here, J. 1). Dow was over to his farm In Arkansas last Friday, nnd sold his fat hogs to Mr. Walker of ltulo. The price paid was tX'l. Every persou has been netting ready for the Spring planting, aud the consequence is the fanners are early In proiotlou to the season. -The farmers In this section were glad to seo that heavy ratn come and step them from their farm work. Both Hpi Ing -and fall wheat were neecllnglt badly. At the school meeting last Tuesday, Instead of votiug a six months school ns usual It was ordered that four months school bu luul, and the school-house bo furnished with new seats. A good Idea, That is right. Trnlnthiin up In the way they should go. Keep your children at home on Sunday. Dmi'l encourage them In going to Sunday school, or Church, nnd occasionally through tho week let them atteud a drunken danco or two. it Is good for their morals. Health gcuerally good. Nothing worse than bad colds. FOBEST C1TT. -Mr. C. MeC'uudllsh returned from Mound City Sunday. Miss Tlllllc Draw ii of Forbes, was In tho city lust week. -Messrs. W, K. Wlnton, and E. C. Wells took In the elty last wovk. George Polutdexter, will probably move In with Mr. and Mrs. Dug Baldwin. Miss Nora Polk, is ioarhlng a spring term of school somewhere In thi' vicinity of Oregon. . Miss. Clara Wilkinson, began Jier summer school at Forbes nil Mvnday.". . A trial before Esquire Wilkinson, U.t Tues day. J. D. Thomas against Mrs. Irglnia Haw k 1ns. Ed Plnkston has bought lha lumber yard In Oregon ; Ed. will remain t here, Adrian taking hlsplaco here. Jake Martin and sister Jennie are visiting' tbrlr brother Leo who is very sick with ty phoid imonmonla. John Punshon, came down from Fairfax last Tuesday. Ho will probably take his faiullj with him when he returns. . H, II. Brady, shipped his goods, this week to Vernon comity, Missouri. Wo understand bis family will be located at Nevada. ' Mr. Lee Martin, son-in-law of Mr, Plummc died last Tuesday: ot typlius-pnenninoiiia. lie was buried on Wednesdy. Mr. Martin will bo much missed by his family as ho was a, good husband. The event of tho week was the! mnrrlage nf pr. Bullock of this city, and Miss. Alice Chad wick, of New York, which occurred on tho oven linr of the 30th.. at tho M. E. Church. Tbo church was" crowded to Its utmost rapacity, with the many friends of the bride and groom, some tw. hundred cards having beta Issued. At 6:30 Miss Bertha Burgess began tlw wedding march, and the bridal party entered,' attended by'Mr. Joseph William and Miss Emma Har vey. The ceremony was peflormea-uy ho v. Clark Davis, who In a few impressive words made tlie eoupie man and wife. Dr. Bullock came to Forest city only a few months ago, and by his inaily qualities oftmlnd and heart, nnd his .skill as a physician, has made many friends Ills wife Is sister to V. I), Chadwlck, and hat been with uv but n short time, but has won tho love and esttrm of nil who have been so fortu nate as to form her pleasant acquaintance. The eottplo were recipients ot many handsome present. The Instltuto was called to order at 1 iJO r. m. Prof, Drake occupied the Chair, aud I). S. Alkire was elected secretary. The exercises were opened by prayer by Elder Williamson Itev., Anderson being absent. It'cgular programme exercises were then tak an .up. iteports from different schools, were made by their tcverul teachers. Mr. Marsh re ported llrst, and was followed by. others. These reports showed most all ot the schools reported to be doing well. Organization und division of Inber In Graded Schools was then discussed by Prof, Kbuugh, Jtr. K. said his remarks would bo rather ran dom, however we gleaned some valuable thoughts therefrom. The Prof, thought grad. Ing should beglu properly la tchooli with one teacher. By division of labor, he said was meant the division of complex process. This Is tlicdc filiation demanded of all amplification. rrlmary teachlur by Miss. Oertle Whobrey, was then called, but was passed over on ae oount of Miss Gerties absence, A gol paper upon this subject would doubtless bay. been listened to with much Interest. There was then eleeted a committee to fix up on the time and place for holding a tour weeks session ot the Teachers' Normal Institute. Tho committee consisted ot the following persons ; Prof. Drake, Prof. Ebaugh, Eld. Williamson, C O. Denny and D. 8. Alkire. Institute took re cess often minutest, give the committne time to prepare a report. Committee decided that the Institute b. held at Oregon, and that It opeu on the 4th day of August. The tuition was fix ed at (loo payable upon matrculutloo. Each, of the above commtltee wat authorized to solicit the enrollment of teachers. It is proper to aay here that the committee would have decided to hold the Normal session at Mound City bat for the probability that tb school house at that' place would be undergoing' repairs about the time the Institute would convene. Next season the Normal will be held at Mound City. The next tesslon ot tnwiuhlp Institute to ba held at Mound City four weeks from this datt, April Sth. Oflcert elect Pr.f. Drake, Cha rmsni D. SVAiklr., Secretary, and MUs Hallle Beunet, asft.Hecr.tacy. j D, S. ALKtna, Bee, I THE INSTITUTE. We, the uuderslgnr d agree to pay the eum of three dollars, as tuition torn normal Institute of four weeks, to be held ot Oregon, Mo,, com mencing July tv.enty-fmirth l(W2i the tuition to be paid at Hie time of matrlrulatlini. C. I.. Ebaugh, Mamuel Ituley, March Polk, for two. T. J. Williamson, W. F. Drake, D. 8. Alkire, J. C. Hupyer, A. M. Osbiirn, Hutde Lukeus, K. Lukens. All who expect to attend will please aend In their names at once to nuy one of the conimltlee. viz.. W. F. Drake, Mound City; D. S. Alkire and T. J. Williamson, Forest City 0. L. Kbaiigh, Oregon, C. O. Denny, tornlng. We hope every teacher In Holt county help to work up an Interest In the Normal Instltuto. PKUSONAI. AND SOCIETY. -Miss lua Nles, Is with relatives In Mound City. John Voss, of Omaha, has been in iue ciiy several days. Itev. Georee Miller. of St. Joseph, was In Iho City a few days last weok. Mrs. Hcnrv Shtiiti. returned from Hot Springs, Arkansas, Wednesday. Miss. Itachel Alkire, of liast vv lino tiouu, is visiting with friends In this city. tlsrciit Htrocr. of east White Cloud, wl make her futuro home in Oregon. James Williams, ot rioai.woy lowntiup, win leave next Monday lor Washington territory. Mrs. John Ulnkten, ot Clln:on county, Ohio, has been visltsng old friends Iu Holt county. -Both Mrs. Alkire and Mrs. I'ayne, In the southwestern part of the city, are quito slrk. ltolirrt lloycl, rormeriy oi mis couuiy, uui now of Salem, Nebraska, it visiting with frieuds here. All,.( Wnn.1 n,l Allen Wood, will start for Coloradu In a tew days to make that their future home. v i VnM r HUwittiR. Kansas, was shak ing hands with his many friends In Oregeu, last week. Hi-, anitmvr I'.ivnn of this rltv is danger ously III, with what Is supposed to be eonsun pttou. Immanuel Brembtugn, ot inatana, nas lo cated la Benton township, and wll occupy the Mote Dodge farm. William Morris, formerly of thtt county, but now ot Brownvllle; Nebraska, is visiting with friends uear. Blgelow. Wm. llogers and fcimlly nrrlved In Holl county this week from Otrlo. He expects to buy a farm nnd settle among us. Harvey Joyce ot ltulo Neb.,' has moved with his family to Holt county, and taken up his reddenc. at VanUamp's Mill. -Miss. Jennie Haiglier, of the bottom south nf IllgeUw, is visiting In Inwa with the family of herpnehi the Hon. Henry flay Dean. Philip Schneider and daughter, nf this city, who have been visiting with friends nt Mound City during thavpwt week, returned homo on Monday leet. ' ' " v " Joseph Morgan, of Cental;'' Illinois, arrived in Holt County last week, nml will make this his futuro home. Ho expects to spend the sum mer nt the home of his aunt Mrs. Hawkins. r-C. M. Mosher of Blgelow was In the South orn part of Holt county last week delivering fruit treees which he had sold a few weeks ago. He represents the (Juincy III., nurtery. J, K, Now land bus rctnrued from Southern Kansas, where he has been spending the last few weeks looking aHer his real estalc Interest In that section. Ho says there are excellent prospects for a beuiitlfid .wheat crop in that country. i It homo trials .were never told to neighbors. It tlicy kissed nnd mado up nfter every quarrel. If household expenses were propor tlimate to rt'celpls.' If they tried to bo as agreeable as in courtship days. ' "J If each would try to bo it support and comfort to the other It each remembered tho other was a human beintr, and not nn angel. , If women were as kind to thoir hus bands as they wuro lo their lovers. It fuel and provisions were laid in during the high tldo of summer work. It both parties remomburod that they married for worao as well ns for better. If meu were us thoughtful for their wives as they were for their sweet hearts. If there wore fewer silks and velvet street costumes aud more plain, tidy house-dresses. If there wore fewer "plcnso darlings" iu nubile, and moio. common manners in private. If wives and husbands would tf.ko some pleasnro n they go along and not degenerato into more tolling machines. Recreation Is necessary to keep the heart in Its place, and to got along without it is a big mistake. II men would remember that a woman can't always bo smiling wliw has to cook tho dinner, answor tho door-bell half a dozen times, got rid of a neighbor who hits dropped In, fund ton sick baby, tie up tho out fineor of a two-year-old, gal her up tho playthings of a four-veur-old, tie up tho feet of n six-year-old on skates, and got an eight-year-old ready lor school to say not hing of sweeping, oleniimg, etc. A woman with all this to chiiIoihI with may claim It as a privolega to look and feel a llttlo tired sometimes, nnd a word of sympathy would not bo too much from the man who, during tho honey moon, wouldn't lot hor carry as much as a sunshade. To Lease. 800 acres for grazing or bay, in sec tions 18 and 18, township, 61 ranges 8b nnd 89, 1 1-2 miles south of Mound City. Address J. FOSTER MARSHALL, Orogon, Holt county, Mo ja9Mrs. O.'D. Chadwlck, of Forest City, has Just reclored 'hnf new spring stock of Mllllnory and Ladles' Notions. Sho makes a snocialltyjof Hair Goods. The ladles of Holt county .are cordially invited to call and oxamlhe her stock. Tho man who Is never ploased with newspapers, and Is always criticising them, should buy one and run it a whdo.. Lay Sermoas. II "Bear ye one anotkers' burdeni." All right-minded parents, early in struct their childrc nover to ridicule persnos who aro tinforttinato without any fault of their own -those who bavo some diformcc or disfigured patt Where n man has any such misfortune for which ho is not responsible, it is worse than luitlal for children and people to make it n mottorof ridicule, and yet how many are gntlty ol this very thing. To that aro strong bear with the weak. Ye that are strong bear thu infirmities ol others. Yo that aro strong bear tho burdcus os men. Honor by your kind ness and sympathy those who have nn unciptal lot iu life, and m:ko piety something rise besides a mere senti mental experience. Men's outward conditions also constitute bullions nnd liillrinltics, which como within tho scope of the christian spirit. Men of whom life Is full, who do not know how to tako euro oi thomsclves, nnd whom wo consequently blame, belong to this category. We that arc thrifty, we that know how to tin thu bag so tight that the hand of Charity cannot untio tho knot, how wo look with contempt on men who aro so shiftless that they can not tic the bag so everything in it leaks out nml loaves the bag empty. Wo have no patience with shiftless folks who do not khow how to get along, who cannot tko care of themselves and who arc always a burden to homebody. Ilur do you suppose that yon are half as much annoyed by their shift lensnes.s us they tire themselves? .They have to take care of it all their lives, and you lmvo io take care of It only unco in a while. Do you tmpposo it man who fails to look through tho complicated affairs of lite, docs it on account of any vicious spite? Nobody is so hard to wards shiftless people as those tight prudent people wlio uve nnvor shiftless. It would do Jthoin good if God would make them shlflor.sf.dr about a hiortHi and pur them where they would recclvo the kicks nnd cults nf men's lips. Then when limy gut 'buck tu. thcmsulves again they wmi d have some compass ion on men who are weak, and don't know how to get along. It is a burden to be out df work nnd not know whoro to find any thing to do. It is nn easy way to to sny to nam lh.it are out of work, you ought to bo more oncrgctlc. ,4(5o west' Go west!" us if man could fly: but it is not the christian way of.troating them. Wa.nre commanded to hear one nnot Iter's burdens, It is ft burdun to be obliged to follow an un congenial occupation. Thcroaro men who arc not adapted to the pursuits which they aro following. There are men who havo never found out their true vocation. Tbore aro men who aro ignorant of what they Were seut into tho world for. Whero men who ore en dawod with sensibility, and taste and a power to work In Ideas, are obliged to drudgo nml perform menial sorvlcos, for wbii'li they aro nor fitted, they are subjected to a heavy burden, nnd under circumstances where provldenco of mislortune shuts men up to things that are distasteful to them, whoro they aro under" ranked, whore they nre by na ture qualified fer higher spheres, but are compelled to sorve In lower ones they aro entitled to our encouragement nnd nyinpathy. Hut wo say ,to syoh people "you ought not to feel aboyo your work, j on ought to know ymtr placo " This Is very insullln It is ndr ding Injury to misfortune, It Is most tin clnislian. This is not tho way we should hear one anothurs burdens. I never saw nn ill harnessed horse Ju a hot summers day, whoso collar grinds and grinds until thu skin is gone, but that must toll on' his ignominious JilvV cr helping him Juvery now aud then with an extra lush as ho Atop to cool his fevered shoulder. I never sue this without Indignation' for whep J ura In my bettor moods do I over iiear -without ludlgnatlou tho Insults which are hooped upon those men which are wrongly placed In life, ttud who are goaded on in their avocatlous without cheer or sympathy ueo discontented aud fret and c'hufo and fain would bo re leased from their tasks which aro Im posed upon thorn. (TO BE CONTINUED ) Tur. Renubllcaiis wore badlv defeat ed In all tho city elections In Ohio, last week. Cities heretofore strongly Re publican, have gono Democratic This recult was produced by the passage of nn uxtremo temimranco law by tho Re publican Legislature, a few days before, This Is going to bo tho fate of tho tv iiubllcan partv, whenover craay Janat- 1; fw urn iiinwfld to substitute tliefc .moral i views for the leglllraato, issues ol itbolr ' party. If continued, this will bo tho re sult In, Kansas, in spito of, her big majority.