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VULi.UMJj XVIII. SHINGLES. Wo havo $i,(00 to $.1,000 to loan on unencumbered real estate. Long or shor; time. There Is n town down south called Itcdlidivlilo. It Is full ot red-mused mun. Notice. A pood blacksmith is want ed by 1). Kennedy, Mnltluuri, to whom steady employment will bo given. A man without cnomlfs is like bread without yeast ho never rises. Hoston Star. Hreoders. If you desire to look at a heard of beautiful llolstein cattle, or if you wish to improve your stock by crossing with the best breed of cattle known, call nt, the dairy of Gardner & Lynipus, Oregon. Do you conlcmplaio purchasing au overcoat, this fall? If you do, you should wait anil eo A. A. Melulnch's agent; ho sells bysaniple, and you can save. money by buying of Inm. For Sale. An elegant parlor set-is offered nt a rare bargain. Tor partleu bus apply at this oflko. General Grant Is said to be growing old very fast: to have lost his military bearing, and to be becoming round shouldered and adipose. For Sale. A team of jinnies, a good buggy nvd u set of harness. In. qiilru at Elder Maupln's. Caprice is In women the autldoto to beauty. Hyron. Phil. .1. Jiilles, a practical jeweler, lias arrived In our city, and opened up n stoek of .watches, clocks, jewelrv and silverware, in the Nick Slock building. Our people will hereafter have no oc casion to send their watches, etc , a .vii y for repairs. Repairing a special ty and promptly attended to. Men make laws, women make manners. DoSogtir. If you want u real good Hoot or Shoe, hand-made, and warranted to give you satisfaction, go to Graham & Frame, Mult'iuul. When in Maitliind do not fail to rail at. Mcluliicirs sample rooms where ycu can wrdur anything in the goods lino. Everything at sample rooms. For .a uomlilelc line of all wool lManketsfieu tuouiui-lc.i of A. A. Me-1 I'jflees the Very lowest." Remember that 1). V. Thuma Is still agent for the Old Reliable Conti nental Fire Insurance Co. lie will call on you soon. God created the coquette as soon as lie had made the tool, Victor Hugo. Dawson, Hall & Ziglur, of Mound City Mills, have overhauled their mills from bottom to top, and are prepared mid doug first class woik, Iten. Fleming & tiro, the leading Hatters. Tcrinx, cash, prices the low est. 107 Fudx Street, St. Joseph, Mo. The sweetest thing In life is the un clouded welcome of a wife N. 1'. Willis. tiaud-mailc Roots and Shoes at the lowest prices. A. A. MelniiicliV agent will call on jon, and show you an ex cellent Hue. Insure your property against wind storms, cyclones and tornadoes in the Continental, D. W. Thuma, auent. Wait tiil hv calls. The Grecian ladles counted their ages from their marriage, nutfrom their birth.- rilomcr. Now la tho time to get first-cla-s Photographs. Lozo has reduced Ills prices to $J.OO per dozen for Cabinets, St. Joe, Mo. Ladles' and Gent's Undorwear in endless variety and qualities, jub what you need in order to be protected against Jack Frost. A. A. Mclnincli's ngent will call on you and sell you theoo goods by sample, at tho very low est St. Joseph prices. There Is in tho heart of woman micha deep well ot love that no age can frcczo it. Deliver Lylton. Walt until D. W. Thuma, ngont of tho Old Reliable Continental calls up pun you. He will insure your property as cheap as the cheapest. The best selected, iullest iino car ried In General Stock in the county, at Graham & Frame's, Maitlaud. A Writer in the New York Graphic is out in an article dciunuucing vests. Perhaps hu wants a corset. Tho young man, or tho old man, or lie who contemplates matrimony, can purchase ot A. A. Nclnlnoh's agent, who Is now In tins county, a complete outfit of Clothing. Ho can purchase by samples, thiu saving a largo expense. Romcmbor that the Old Continen tal pays all its losses In full, without nn.v wrangling. They havo no two thirds or throo-fourths clause in their policy, 1). W. Tliuiim, agent. Look out he is coming. Wo saw a young man catch at a straw the othor day, and ho was not drowning, either. Thore was a mint Julep-fit tlu? other end of it. A. ArMciincli's ngent is in tho county, with a complete lino of Ladles' and Misses' Clonks. You should sco tom. Hed-Rook Prices. Cards Sl.fiOpor dozen atSauvman's Sixth Street, above Francis, St. Joseph, Mo. iCTJD' Dawson, Hall & Zlglorl cf the Mouni City Mills, uru running their onus every tiny n.iiu turning out lust claw work. Tho latest stylos of Hats and Hon nets at Julia Duium & Go's Now Mllll nory Store, Dr. Lehnior's drug store. ANNOUNCKMKNT. Wo urn mitlinrlzrri tn minnnm',. .iamknii HltOWN. as im Independent cunilldutu fertile ur vi iu,-ini.iiM; HI m-HM 101VIISIII, Al'I'OINTMKNTN. 1 ho Republican nominees ot Holt county will meet tho voter of the vu rlous townships at the following times and places. The various township com mitteemen uru requested to make all necessary arrrangomcnts : New Point, Saturday, October 11th, '2 v. M. Triumph School House, Saturday, October 14th, 7 i si. Hlalr School House, Monday, Octo ber lCth, 7:110 i m. ; Maltland, Tuesday, Oet. 17, 7:110 r.st, Minnesota Valley, Wednesday, Oet. IB, 7;!I0 v. si. Mound City, Thursday, October 10, 7::i0 r. it. Forest City, Friday, Oct. !!0, 2:00 r.it Oregon, Friday Oct. 20, 7:!I0 v. M. Herman Schulte is quite ill. Elliot Davis lira returned fram Ids visit to Ohio. --Hie Mound City Hand furnished I ho music for the fair. Oregon has failed to be idaced on the list fur a Greenback speech. Ho careful that thu curly cold snap nuns your uppics cniciuiiy uuiisuu. Freeman LIbiiy. of Andrew county, had several tine horses at the fair. Nun KygerVDIxIo11 won the half mile dash at Maltland last Thursday. Mr. E Allen, of Trenton, Mo., was in our city u few days the past week. Eb and George Rozell, of Whig Valley havo returned from their visit to Ohio. Mrs. Leonard, of California, is vis ltlnli herniate"-, Mrs. W. E. Even-hurt, of Alaltland. II. L. Ward, of Craig, wn thrown from his horse last Sunday, and had an arm broken. H. C. Ilerslmer, of Ibaton, Kansas, has been visiting his fi lends in Hull county, tho past week. Some one, an editor, has made the novel discovery that tho cat Is nowhere mentioned in the bible. Great nrciiuratlons are croliif? on for laying tint cornet stone of ttic now court limisu at Rock Port on tho l'Jth. ".(III In "t .flfwi In I. ..in 1 1, ,,.., .. ..,v, ,., ... ....,. ... nuun iif suit, on- Hisi-otn-n uiiviiMiMinrrtO real estate. For particulars apply to the editor of this paper. The postmaster general ha do hi ed I hut a stamp cut in pieces and thcre- vfter allixcd to mall matter is not good I hough thu stamp has never been can celed. S. H. Lukun, Dentist, will visit Maitlaud, October 18, and Mount! City, October 10 mid 'JO. Those desiring dental work done, should give the Dr. a call. Dr. Williamson will preach at the Presbyterian church in tills city, Sab. bath morning, on 'Prebyterianisin and woman; In thu evening, "A Regular faith God's Order." All Invited. A Holt county youth, named Red man, found a friend at the depot vest rr- dav and loaned htm $16 on a check Ho was to receive Ids money back in thu evening. He has not heard from it yet, and won't. Our readers should boar in mind that M. A. Reed, the Reuublleaii nom inee fur Cengress, will address tho peo pie ot Coming on next Thursday Oct 10th, at 10 a m. ; at Uigelow at 'J i si., and nt Mound City nt 7 r. m. Wo had a pleasant call from G II, Muultou and J . E. Sturgeon, of Whites ville, Andrew county. They were here in tho Interest of establishing a cheeso factory, The farmers around should have given them encouragement. tt. C. Hunter, of tho Maltland Creamery, has sent our better-half a paekagn of butter made at that cream ery. It is all that could bo desired. Tho creamery Is in lino working order, and frloud Hunter will inaKu it a suc cess, if anybody can. A soclablo will bo given by the ladles of the Christian church at the residence of Elder W. T. Maiipin, this Frhktf evening, October ltlth. Instrumental music, Carrie Hill; song, Jennie Tate. Dialogue, Wu . Matiiiin, Emma Foster, Kittle Maupln and D. P. Dobyiijv Oys ters, etc. Hon. Morris A. Reed, tho next congressman from the Fourth Oongros slonal District, addressed the people of Maltland last. Friday forenoon fj He made many friends while in MiV'jland. In thu ovonlng lie spoko nt GrWiain, Prot. Hill and Col. Strong, spooking nt Maltland in the evening '4 Why can't wo indiico soinn 'pa,ties to start canning factory here, fc1 the purposo of putting up fruit etc. Jliero Is ono In Pago county, Iowa, emjifoylng thrco hundred hands and doing a .won derful business. Oregon is quo oi tho best locations in tbo state for. if n ess, there being so much trait around bore. The sweet littlo child of Mrs.' Filer. was scaldod to doath lat Thursday af ternoon,. A bucket of bnlli.g Water hnd been placed on tho floor, and while some other matters called tho mother's Attention, the child crawled up and pulled tho bucket over, causing the wator to cover the child from head to foot. The littlo ono lived a few hours and passed mijotry away. Mrs.Hilor has tho sympathy of tho on tiro community, Prof. 0. C Hill of Oregon, tho Re-r publican candjdato 1fjr state superin tendent of Mj-i'sohri,' is ono of tho finest educationalists in the west, and should ho hu elected we coiihj. proudly boast of tho best riiperlutondoift In ' any stnto. Wo are not Whoring; our 'head much about politics"'' presCnt',i' but cannot refrain from speaking tliiis of' one of the brightest young mop wo have evor known. Kansas City Grip. t busl. i nnd 3 OREGON, MISSOURI. FRIDAY. i Job work cheap. Conic and see us. GoHil-byu wuUriiiellon. Mnryvllle boasts over a manufactory. big cigar Charley Carl Is the happiest man In Oregon Its a boy you know. Edward Davl and wife, of Craig, left Thursday last, for California. Mr and Mrs. Young, of Lebanon, Ind hum. are visiting their iiophr.w.Hon. T. II. Parrlsh. James Anderson, of Richland, county, Ohio, Is visiting his brother, Geo. Amlursun , of thlscitv. J E. Parrlsh and famllv nf Cum. mg, lowa, spent thu past week In city, tho guests of T. H. Parrtslt. our Thu ladles of the Chilstlnii church cicquesu u to mcoi in me rcstiieiico I illl'S. .lehll l'OStcr. next T linrsilnv cieniug, October 10th. Important busl- um.ii m mi. . ., W nllo Mr. Moulter was In his wnl one day last week repairing the same.a rock fell, striking him upon thu head. n.1,1 f.-,.i..,.i i,7. ': ,i 1 tt. 1 i and fracturing his skull. out of danger. iiu in now H. C. Schmidt, of Kaiis.i,hiiR pur chased tho widow Schailc property in this city, iiiul has located aniorg us. Ho conies highly recomnieiidcd ns an industrious citizen. .Married, October fi, 1882, by Elder W. 1 . .Maiipin, at the residence of E, Davis, in t.'ralg. Mr. Isaac D. Long, of Washington. Terr., and Mrs. Matil da Wright.' of Grig. Rev. Carothers will lecture on Temperance, at New Point next Satur day evening at fovea o'clock. He will pre icli at Triumph Sunday morning anil in Oregon at night. J. A. Ilradriek, of Marengo, Iowa, father of Mrs. Derdsdalo Fiegenbauiii, has been spending a few days in this city, with Ids daughter. Mr.' Hradrlek and Dr Ficgonhaum left Tuesday, for a visit to Hie far west. The Republican coiintv candidates nro now yelling to work. A lively in cling was lied at Follies on MnnL day evening, at Rlchville on Tuesday and at I iiiou Wednesday. The can. nutates are making fi lends wherever 1 thev lo. 1 Ivery man upon the ticket Is leu in mi me oiucd in i which ii nninfiiiited2evcry iwuVIs his sobriety and integrity, , , , , we i, quaiiuui he lias I'cen known for his sobriety and integrity A new cornet band was organized In our city last lucsibiy, hv our young men. They tuuclciscd the set of In struments belonging to our present band, they having purchased a new set of silver instruments. The new organ ization is composed of the following gents nnd assignment of instrument: 1Kb, E HrodU'ck; '2Kb. Frank Evans; lllh John Peiinel; 'Hb Chile Irvlno; 1st Alto. Win l'eniiel: 2d Alto, Harry Kieek ; Tenor, () A Hennntt; H bas, Frank Peter: Tuba, Mont Austin: has drum, W Kunkol; tenor drum, John Cook. All MaryvIPe is in a Mae of great ! exeltcmcut, on account ot postmaster uxonnor iiemg missed irom the c tv. He went to Council Hluffs on the aHth to attend the Soldiers Reunion, and has failed to return. His wife ami childicii are suffering with much grief. Upon Investigation it is found ho is in bad shaponsto his business. Hu was a heavy dealer in agricultural impl incuts, mid is behind witli several firms to the amount of about $13,000. Rut this Is not all. Unelo Sam suffers a bltle, his postofllee account being short 91,000. Ills bondsmen will make this deficit goinl and havo already taken charge of Iho oflico. I'lio Greenback County Central Committee met at the Valley House in niniiiami on mo iiu inst.. anil tilled the vacancies in their ticket. Nat Slswm. candidate fur congress, was present mil euvo them counsel. Tho followmcr 1 is the ticket as it now stands: Rcprr-1 sentntlve, N. O. Riindle, Circuit Clerk, i Win. Liiiighlin, County Clerk, H. O I Denny, Rcznrdor, Win. Simpson, Slier ' Iff. John Ciiton. Collector. Moses Hen. net. Treasurer, C.Selilotzhaiicr, County j wood to Omaha, on a government con Judges : At Large, John Gnodhari.; 1st I tract. llUtt J R Wilson; 2d Dist., E. W. o Monday evenlnc thev com- iirowning; .imigo of rrohato, W. IL nicneed gathorlng in-1 mean the can Adams; Assessur, .1. H. Curry. j .flutes on the Republican ticket-ami "enafoi-Vest witli Hnlly Hurncs and I about the usual time assembled at the his crowd. Invaded our county tho hit school house, whero they found thu edi tor part of last week. Tho Senator sjmke at Forest City, us nor annoimeo- 1 moni. ins speech was in dclensen of ! his famous "Knit Goods Hill." which ! bothered ninnv of tho legislators Irom town and country w cro iismiiii at Washington some timo ago. The bled; and, with Harvey Evans in the Senator bus ceased speaking against I chair, thu exorcises wore opened by prohibitum, nnd is boring his audiences j Prof. O. C. Hill, who for an hour and a on Freo Trade A few wont down to I luurter talked of tho great political Is- Finest to hear him, but as many know I or tliougitbn wou'd niako a speech here in tho eveniug, fulled to go down. In the evo'ninir here. good cro.vd- had gathered to give "ear to tjm Sonittor, but were samy utsappomteil, thu !cii tor falling lo spoak. Ho said the cmumit tco had nmdu a cravo mistake In not selecting Oregon, as ono of tho places where tho most prominent speeches should bo made. Hurncs, in' a Tory embarrassing tone of vuico, hart aligned tho crowd for a while. Ho wont for Col. Strong for so abusing him, but lulled to prove that Strong was wrong, Hu failed to, toll how much ho made nut of tho treasury'stcal.nr how much ho boat the Hugli, ci-tato out of. Ho said his opponents were making him nut a thief and cut-thifiat, but ho was recom mended by nil thb prominent Domo crats, naming several, hut faded to mention General Craig. His ro marks wore alule, ht and ,npprofitabo. The meeting all.in all, was void of in terest and enthdwiasm, and. overyonn sorely disappointed, 'Iho closing re marks of the Golunol were vorv comic- I al in nl hiding to the ladies, ' 1 i ' KIMSEVV Plenty of mini. Squirrel hunting Is being practiced by the lads of Klnisey. Rev. T. R. Hedgcnnth will preach nt our school house uvery second Satur day evcnlnc, ami Sunday at eleven of each month. Mrs. I'tt and her two daughters, .Misses .lo.jo mill .K'llllie. of While (Moiid, Kansas, are the welcome guests of the Klmscy folks, this week. COllNING. Mrs. Dally is visitiug In t iwn. Len and Mrs. Wnlter sl.trted Tnes. l day, for New York. For two year Len I German school betran Mnmbiv. Mr. i Lehr, of Concordia, Missouri, teacher. F. W. Walter brnimht his cattle 1,, l..,l,.,. ,.. t I ii ii i i ,,,a i head. ' 'I'ho gumbo is nt last thoroughly . ,,.i ,,,r,i ii,.. ,i i...,i..T it. the least. 'i i . 1 1' Corning bnnil went to Rock ii..,.. c...,. iii,iwtfut,i,i.ll I, ! and mud, 'l'hu boys make cTni musiv. A. W. Davis was up Monday, look ing up the interests of the star school, four miles east of here. He will open up school there, next .Monday, has been compelled to use a crutch, his r I knee being stiff. Ho will secure the services of tho best surgeons m the Uni ted slates to straighten and cure It. A lew went f i om here to Phelps, Saturday night, to hear Senator Vest speak He is indi-piitnlily a line oritur. His speech wax against piohibitlon. against tariff, against national banks, and for Humes. Htttiiuw and theed'torof the I olkxbUitt were present and spoke. FOmiEd. to Mrs. John Rob'nson. -lb rn Ot- tober Hd, a daughter. Mr. Silas Carter has been sink, hut Is now convalescing. very A son of Luwson Slpes, aaed -ix, died on last Sundsy evening, and was buried on Monday. Health, In and mound town, isini- Piwins, though there are yet somu pro- traded cases of rlulls and'fevcr, .,..n.. . , , , .. opened m ,!tiu diu-JxMJIher jfd enrollment as yet Is Mmill, but injr. 10, , In ere as- Johnnie Smith is refit'hig and re moihleliiig his boarding hoii-e, and will soon hu ready to aeeommodatu all who have ocralou for accommodations in his liuu. Dr. A. G. Young was the only Democrat that had the courage lit Forbes towtii-hlp to go to Forest City last Friday, to hear Senator Vest spo il;. Since lie came home he is making the best Greenback speeches wu evui heard. The past week or ten day have been a period of considerable stir and I industry in Forbes ami vicinity. Owing J" V" 'i0'1 lwvil'r .of ' to" nave oeen uniisua v uusv sou'in" wheat; and this, being a little late In the season, has crowded this work in upon much other work, which usually conies after wheat sowing. Wo learn that another cutting af fray oeeured among some of the Hrowu lee folks, hint Saturday. It seems that Sam Hrownlco and John Grlllln were working in thu rock ipiarry in Kansas, and had some dillleuity, when Griftin struck at Hrownlco with a pick, and Hrownlee drew a knife mid stubbed him. Griftin Is a bad ninu. The peo plo havo no sympathy with him. Tho shipping business still contin ues; while it changes in commodities it decreases net in njnniints There is yet a great many apples shipped, and some peaches; but tho leading Milp nients now are wood cars by ones, twos anil threes and by trains, are bo- ing loaded ami shipped daily. John A. Hns and Piillcn are the leading parties eiigiig.nl In tills business. Mr. Itcs loaded and shipped, or.u dav last weir., a train of twenty-four cars(2L'0 eords)of R'"'t 1' sairs hall splendidly lighted mid decorated ; and, considering tho lu- cicmeney oi uiu evuiung, nir u was raining, a goodly number of citizens sues of the day. Ho didn'i villlfy or abuso any one party or Individual; Iiu spoke of f ho educational Intere-ts of the country, uuvoeaicu a county stipirin tendency of schools, and closed by an nouncing himself as a candidate for the oflico of State .Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction. Thr Prof acquitted liimsull with credit nnd satisfaction to all who heard him. L. It, Knowles came forward with only a few remarks, but promised Iho audience, at some fu turo timu, to come again and speaK on the rovunuo law, roiul'lr,w, eto , which ho said were. all bad, xnd that the Dem ocratic party wore responsible. He an iiouncd himself as a candidate for the olllcu of Probate Judge; spokoof the Importance of tho oflico and of his abil ity to administer the affairs of tho same, and, gave placo to Peer Woltv, who ciimn I or ward and announced liiiiioolf us a caiulldato fur tho oflico of Courty Colluetor,a'ud asked the voters of Forbes towi'&hip for their support, and gave place to Sam O'Fa'lnn, who, in Ills iisu tial hnmhroiis and utnophlstlcatcd style, referred lo Mr. Knowles' promWo to look after the interests" ot tho "wid- OCTOBER 13, 1882. ows" in (we of thu deatli of the bus. band ; told thu story of the three hovs, the man and the coon, and the third bos' reason for being a Democrat, an nounced himself as a canil date tor thu olllcu of Prosecuting nttorney, and i gave place to Henry Richards, who an ' noiinci d hiinulf as a candidate for the I olllcu of County Clerk ; otlered the i ce- coninieniiaiioii of four years' oxner mi In ftm i.tll. ... .,a . I... 1.... (!urtls; showed lw Im mrtanee of'l.av- ill'' ail experienced man In Hint filih-.i. and gavu place to John Ituclp'r, u ho announced lilinclf as eand'il.itf for tl,.. iilllce of County Treasurer; promised I to serve the peoplo faithfully If elected, I and gave place to George lllbbard, who announced himself as a candidate for the olllcu of Assessor, nfter which the nici'tlii". mi iiiitil.i,, ,.f it.,,.,... in.. i i . ".Uoiirncil, ami all depai led, feeling III il ll u'.,s ..,! C... it...... ,.. i i. ...7. i " . ,iiiii itii.,1,11,1 , there. i . , , , , ... , -OnrsprlnUer came at las ; laid the : dust nee v. ami mmle mw. K-1 .... ' ' . . -Not milch wheat will be sown now. on account of (ho long continued drv I weather. Mr. 'mill Hester and wife relumed from their visit to Ohio and I.. dlana, last week. The coinuii iieeincnt of the Cowan celiool was pitht pmieil another week, on account ol the Maitlaud fair Mr. ltragg and Mi . Web' ter are getting their new houses plastered bv Messrs. Thornton & l!eno'i, of Oregon. Mr. 1). C. Webster commenced .yiL.,,.1-iu nureaa sc iooi iioiis.i.on ...oii.n iii-i. n e wi-ii mm success. , u,e freight willioiit u ymg, Hum llow The Sundae sell ml convention, lug Hint it wa curio. it y. anil not potui which coiivi.-ccd Imre. last Saiunl.iy. , eal enthusiasm tlmi. lnoii"lii ilunn. Tim aim the children' meeting in the evf tiing, were well atteiicil ami interesting TIIK 130TTOM. O! OnrR.lt. Rain and mini. Wheat sowing ih prognss, -C. J. Hopper, of this place, i- in .Ncorusna on a prospecting lour. Mr. Randolph, of St. Joe, Is visit. ,Wfinottunr,1" K' Hniulolph, of Tar- -The iliyiiason has set in, and the sportsmen uTT crowding banks of our lake. Miss Jennie Davis, who has been ; visiting friends in 2ebrasku, has re- i turned to Slough Town. J II. Minion ami wife, of West Lew- is township, fpcul lal week in SI.' Louis, attending the lair. tr :i.us ,,i- (:..,,!,., .,,,1.. ! , visiting his .sister. Mrs W.'R. Homier. ! of nt'ii.i Lewi, lown. hin. Mr. Dick Penny, of Uigelow town ship, lost one ol their little hois hist Mi'urday The licait-broken parents have our .sympathy. A. W. Van( 'amp's lower mill, two miles north of While Cloud, caught lire mid burned to the ground, one night, last week. The los is cM, mated at $700. Gentlemen and ladles our literary Mieicty will' soon heg n at Walinii Grove ami Itlle-Wilda school houes clear up your throats and gut a good ready. Rev. Gardner, of Mound City, preached Elias Penny's funeral at Wa'i nut. Grove sehmil house, last Sjuday. Rev. G. is a liuu sneaker, and lias many warm triuuds in tills locality. Till: Till THAT BINDS. One of the m n-t pleasant matrimoni al events that has awakened Oregon society for miiiiu timu occurred at thu residence of Mr. Wi Is. Kennedy, last Sunday. It was the cclubralluu of the nuptials of Mr. Joint C . i'hllbnck and Miss Lotio Wilson, both of Oregon. The allair was very unlet and well ar ranged ami only a lew intimate friends ami relatives wcie present. 'I hu knot ' was tied at precisely half-past ten o'clock, by Rev. Maupiu, who m a few brief ami eloquent winds tnailo them man and wlfu. Tho company then, after offering thu , UMial congratulations, sat down to a table that lairly groaned with its weig'it ot good things to eat. and all partooli j treasury note or gold, miiiI now that I heartily of thu grand wedd ng dinner 1 we ari'fable, grceubai'k are as va uab e which waspieparcd for the occasion by 1 r.S' gold. Thu we would have gained Mrs. Kennedy. Alter dinnorthu happy nii'4iing. If v.u'had left the nia'ter a- il J couple, in company with a few irlcnd. i was at the beginning. While by show took eairlage and drovo to Fo est City, 1 ing our willingness ?o perform the eon wliuio they took tho train for St. Joseph- tract, in both tne lu'ter and spirit of it, i Although social goslp had betrothed wu have got to fund llie A-'.'O's, which them foroino timu, lt..vtt,in.-vurtholos, i bore mx per cent, interest, thus saving a surprise to a great many, The young , 1 1-2 per cent. Interest on the anioiini. lulus need nu cticumums irom us to in- t truiiucu llioui Into Oregon .society, as I hey havu both been iiuscil in tins vi cinlty, John enjoys thu coiiildeuce and esteemof all his acipiamtimcus, and is I looked upon as a sterling young businusi : thu f:Jcts are thai thu Deinoci:.ii de man of rare proniivo. Of tho accom inoncti.yid the half-doll ir. quii!ii,i:dol nllshcd joung bride, Miss Lotio, wu lar nni dime In 1S.V1, and tin llcpubli have only to say that sliu I loved and, can only authurized the coim.e of the admired by a host of friends wiio all ; trado-ilo'lar in 1H":I, and nJule it a h Join in coiigratulatiiig John on his ex- gal fender to the same iimdiiit that the cedent choice. Democrats did thu half dollar in I KM, Sovorul elegant and appropriate pros- ami' dropped the dollar of -H2 1-2 enl wera received by thu young couple, grams out of thu coinage Hiil this hit which was only a small token of the ; tor dollar was not demonetized !iy the esteem ami trieiidship cherished by tholr friends, In conclusion Tub County I'acku hardly knows how to ciieh Itajgood wishrs for the welfare of the young couple, as it is union more sincere man mi urdlnaay occasions. Hut we wish them joy in a thnusaud-fold, happiness.! unalloyed by a single cloud, mld-a life.! sn long and merry that it may prove a beacon light to all who may folluvf. I,i its wake. . V . - i MOUND CITY. The nek are linpinvliig. Kl'icr C. L. Hutts was In town, Mon day. There is to be a wedding here soon .lames Cliff has commenced build ing on hiw lots in the addition. Mr. Knnwles and Mr OTal'ou were In town one iUy, last week. I'liclu George GHIim hail his satu I Saturday Stock mid propeitv sold i Well. John Stokes was in town Mmidav ami I iiesd i.v, atteiuiitiv the much her a'ded Vest rally, mid to attend to legal business. I'liele George GIIIls has began Ihc erection of a line duelling house on Ids lots just ukrih of uncle Levi Dodge's in the Addition. Thu lale report here '.'atiudav evening, that President Arthur hail been assassinated, created considerable excite i, cut nmoiig.tt our people, (res pective ol party. A number of gentlemen eamudowii Monday on the Mail land train lo hear Suuatur Vest, but learning that he would nor be here, returned on the freight at 1 :!!) r m. After much ado, and long and ex tensive advertising, the Veil rally came off here Monday, hut thole was tin Ve t no lliirnes. Senator Vet was imper atively called to Kansas I ity t i assist ; Graves out of ids dillleullv. l'pic-iiine, I and lliirnes is again .sick." Major Oliver' was du'egated to lill their appointments. 1 A tew partict cainn down nil the liioru- ' g train from .Mai laud, hip Icaruiii; , that Ve.it would not Im here, lelt in .n:ij r si(ni anoiii lun Hours on i "lioni!," "Coinage," "Eeoiiomv" ami " Pal Iff," taking his facts eieii.iveiy I from the Democraiic liaiid book He! went over the Mime load Senator Cock-' rcll traie led, Inn with tai le.-. ubillty. 1 1 iifil to think that Seuatoin mid itcji- l'i Ii'atives were men Woo Mcie able I to discus the iiin si Ions at Nmiu be ....... . . , ,tween iho parties, without-having I . re sort to u primer at every tcp lor Iheir Information, ami wlio'wcro nli.i ca-, sionally to i top Midi crutchex and talk i out of thu fill I iit x til their own kunwl - .i in, aim ine , n,agifieii-lti il such helps were iriieiaii-o around lhe,(ll. ,M, ,., ,,,,lt rv ,,r village po itlcians, Who Wcl'll IlleL'V ellno,r)i In reeeive ,l noiniiiation for m' county nllici ; but the gicat are, apparently as dependent ,m such tts as the country or vi.lagc pohlic'nii, ami are Ju-t about as dctonl of orig'nal thought. Now as to the speech: First, our Democratic malm's begin away back In IMI2, and light oi cr I1"! "U P''!l he pn "'iit of Hie ""iius iii ireasury noics, irom which they were driven in utter rout m Ihc caiupaijn uf ISllH. They iisM'ri now, long alter the question 'has, by ihelroMii admission, been taken out of practical politics, that the .'i-2ii'. weie payable in any kind uf lawliil money, ami should have been so paid, and that llie Kcpii'. Iman parlv was guilty of . he grea'e.st fraud in all hi-tory in' i-suiug I bonds payable in coin w th which to pay them. Let us look at the facts I Here they are: That! Stevens was the ' ailllior ol'llie bill authorizing the H-iic of the i-'.'O's. In ailioi-aliur the pass. age of the hill, he .stated time ami again I that the bunds were payable In cnhi ; mi I did every other member of Congress who spoke upon the hi 1 The agents of the government liy whom the bonds i wr.ro negot-atcd were authorized to stale, ami dul be ie.ve, ami I epieseuted to the purchasers of the Imud that lhe I were payable m uu,i 'I In piircha-cis : of the bonds bought them uith that nu I dersiuiuliiig Would it not be a gross ami iiiddeii.sib'e fraud, on the holders of 'those bonds allei words to attempt to ' pay them in niiv les'. ' valualil m v? The governm lit issiiu!, and so d llie ' bunds witli the iiu lrr.-'aiding, tlut ' tliey were payable in coin. What would have been th,- effect up in i's credit llll in ft'lni if it had rpuihiicil Mi V- would lie thought of a private citizen who would deal with his neighbors in that way? He won', I lie called a t hid' and a cnuu drul, and truthfully too,' And nnmt the Irss wiiild the government have J heel! worthy of the -amc eouiU'imiallon, . lie. I It i acted, llul, we h ive never , hec'ii aide vet to nav the fi-'"i's m either Th!:, ccrtaiuh' was a great henellt to , the people, and a maintenance nf our own li'uitir as a government. He tlici). denounced Itrpublieaus' for the deiiu,- ctizatu.ii of .silver in lnii'laud is, I. Hut net' of 187:1, and Senator Sherman in 187',) declared that it has always been a legal tender for all ainouttts The com niit'ee on 'revision uf lh;"(''uited States laws in 1871, it is alleged ins rird a section demonetizing fhls dollar, called the "dollar of tho daddies." Were there no Democrats cii that cnmniitice? Atd' are thev nut equally respniislhle lor llie iictr And. ,il It was a fraud on Congress, is il not invalid? Major Ol iver a'so denounced tlx. Republican par i.i ,i . fi . 1 ' NUMBER 20 ty for stating on the face of the icfiiiid liig bonds in IsTO, that they Humid be e.eiii l from taxation, ami asked his heaier If it was not an outrage Now, we understand that the Major is a bu yer. If lie I, h - ceitaluh knows that the Supreme Court of the f'nited Slate, by our great Vlrglnliis, ( Idef Justice .Marshall, has declared (hat the s,. enti ties of the l.'nited States arc not tuvih e by states or local authorities, and are exempt from such taxation under the Constitution, uiul that this v I the iloclrlne of that Court from the dais of Jefferson until now, Then why sholl d he at'empt to deceive the pen i pic in IhatwinP Does he not know I that his hearers are liom si men a, id il"filsc every one thai atteliiits to im pose mi them in that manner, ami losit all cotillileiice in them? lie then touched on economy of ailminlstralioti of the government and asserted that tin! 1 Democrats, during the foiirni six jcars the had e'urg,- of the nppruprint'ioii, reduced the expenses .li,(M)(l,(lll(l or $17,01 ii.nun annua'ly. Hut ihcfac are that Iheir last appropriation bill was llie largest made by Congics lor many years by scveial millions of dollars and was about $.i,()tKl,noo in excess of the. leciiineiidatlon ut the Sccietiirv ol the Tieasitry, .luliii Sherman. The fiutl liirther, that the apparent .saving in certain years by them was affected by lcai iug Mime departments unprovided for -then making it up iviih a large de lieieliey bill the next Congless. Thes,' tricks have been exposed time and again. He cliarL'id the Hepiihlicau, paity with eiicroaehiiig on the rights o' the Stales but prudently refrained from any attempt to specify iiv ivhat net. Wo could out think of the relative positions ol the two parties before tho Electoral ('oiniuisslnti on that point, when Urn Democrats attempted tn persuade Con gress and the Commission to in' e from the States almost all uiltlioiity over the choice of Presidential electors anil ad vanced the most ultra ceiitral'ation doctrines that this country ha eier heard. And alter that, t'o have the. brazen effrontery to charge ccutr.ili.n lion ii.ioii the Republican parly, is dis gusting to ever" well-informed man of whatever parly in the cniiiilry Then lie cilllie tn consider the I in iff legis lation of this country, ami us. cited that whoever, or whl.tever parly, advocated, the pro'ectinii ol American labor and 1 Aineiican industry by any Icglshilivo i V-U,"'l"1'l- ue.-erved to 'ie hurled from of lids Republie who wuulil ifnVi'Mirttyrm frimi Mich action ami womleicd ivbether those wiio were listening to him would he proud nf their per'onnanee alter hulling from power such men as Wash ington, Hamilton. John Mursha't, John Adams, James Mudisou, Juiiies Mimroc, John (jiilucv Adams, Auiliew .lack.son, Harrison. 'i'ai lor, Hiichauiiii, Limnlii, (iiaiit. haves, Garliehl, Henry Cla. Daniel Websler. Fisher Ami-, Hen Franklin, General I'.wing, Horace G-ee-It , Charles Sunnier, John J. ( 'i iiteiuleu, W. I'itt Fe-enden, ami G purge Dalla . and liost.s ii others nt' our L'lcilest and wisest ami pllte.st and luosi alriotie .statesiui-n It would he an astound ing revolution He caricatuieil the tin ill'; made statemeiils w i lunit prool, but attempted to give nothing in place nt llie tariff by which toprnviib identic tor the goi'ei'iiiuclit He denounced internal revnii- la.xatlou, ami gave u an illitMr itioii of its npcraliou on au old m in in St. I, mis, wiio had liccu taken hclore Hip roiled States District Cotilt anil convicted lor selling hi neighbor a few pouildv oi tnh'iccn. Then ll we are to abaudim laiill' nu impiiits ami abolish Internal revenue taxation, wc have only direct taxation left ns a means of providing revenue for llie govern ment, The animal Mini demanded is about $iMi.iinii.(iiin. In raising it each Stale pays lu proportion to lis popula tion. This wou'd give MisMiuri about $17,0011,11110 animal v to raise for the support of the National (imcrtnncut ; and this is Milllcient to pay off her whole S'ale debt How many wUh In have such a tax imposed upon thciu? Yet that is j'i-t what thcMulor left for I hem toil,,. Ol coiir-e he would mil d ire lo say so, but no i ti.er cone iislou cm he d.'.iw'ii liom his argiiu'cui unless, a In H7'.i, he intends In starve the giivru men' lu death We think he was mis taken ill his au'dience They don't want In pay Mich a t ix a $l7,Ollo,(ioi) won d put' on llwm, and I hey do not lavor Mni'ving the government. Instantaneous Pliolo(r.iilis. When you go to St, Joe he certain anil visit the haiul-ome lillle ci'ound lioor Photograph Gallery o Mr. S-tiple, where you will lin, I heaiitiful specimens of the tapnl photo., he makes u spec lain ol Family Group mid Children1 piilllle; also copying mill enlarging old pieliiies, Gallery on Francis St., nearly oppos'te Postolllee. Loot; at Ins prices cabinet size photo, satisfac tion guar.iiiteiil, $2.0" per doen. Card size photos, satisfaction guaranteed, $1.00 per doen. This is wi shanty, but a complete gallery. For Sale or Trade. , I lave 210 a -res of good first and i see ml bottom laud in II took" cnuut, Kansas, nine miles southeast ol I ho county seal, St ,ckton Tim farm Is. well watered; lias a young orchar,d,; . abundance of timber; a good house iipd, femes The laud Is on the Hlf Mcdi-, cine, (1 miles south nf Hie smith, fork of the Nolyiuon. 1 will se'l on ulasima blu terms, or wlil triidiifrr'Hidt. county land. .1. W. FKHLT,', Oregon, Mo! Plymouth Ruck and Dark Hriinuiii Chickens for safe ' reasonable al D. R. Williamson iS'Co's, Italthind, Missouri, First preujliilns at St, Joseph Kxiiusl liuu aud'illlaway Valley .Dls'rlet FuU'.