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COUNTY nv PAPER X. .Domreju m, .p'ltKdON, M0. Tarmi of Snbacrlptlon i .TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. riUDATrrCBRUARY 10, 1863. NKWHl'APKIl LAW, 1. Hubsc tlhen wlio iln not elvo ctctr no. lice to tlie contrary, lire eonslilereil m uIsIiIiik to conimue tneir .snuseriiuinn. 2. If subsrrllier wish tliclr paper discontin ued, publishers may fntlnitc to semi tlu'in un til nil clinrvM an' nald. 1 II aiibscrlliers nectrtt or refuse to take tkrlr owners from the ufllee or tl:ire lo hlch they 'arc sent, they are held responsible until they otitic their bill. ami gle ilur notice to ills- continue. ' 4. If subscribers move to other nl.ices with out Informing thd publisher, they arc held re 'afonslble. Notice shoulil We Blveii ot the rr IHlVlil. E. Tlio court havo decided that refusing to take the paper from tlie nmcc.ls prima tan evi deuce ot Iiitetitloualimml. TUB W:01SLATUItK. The Legislative mill is still Ing and m yet, but few bills portaneo bavo become a law. grind of im lly Mr. Ronfrow, of Polk An act to nmend too law In relation to tbo con vcyance ot roal estate, lly My. Selvidgo A joint and con current resolution regarding foreign import. by Mr. Wlngo A bill amendatory of tbo present chapter of the statute relating to divorces, and providing that uercaiier insanity snail constltutu good grounds ior n invoice. By Mr. Hallcv, of Mercer An act to compel railroad companies to report to passengers the tlmu of arnvtil of delayed trains at any statlo-i. Uy. Mr. Krauthoff, of Cole- An uct making rellrouds and other corpora tionw liable for medical attendance upon employes where Illness U contracted orinutics sustained wlillo in discbarge of tbeir duty. Dy. Mr. Bailey, of Mercer.-A bill to repeal the dog law. Senator Rogers An act to Increase the iurlsdlt'.on of justices courts, civ log them concurrent jurisdiction to tlie amount ot saao. Senator Dungau Introduced quite an important bill relating to railroad com panies. It amends section 824. article 2, chapter 21 revised, so as to provide that the term "Railroad corporations" containeu in mis chapter shall be deemed and taken to mean all corpora tions, companies or individuals now owning or oporatiug. or lit operation, or which may hereafter own or operate any rallord In this state, and the provisions of this net shall apply to till per sons, and, firms and companies, and to all associations of persons, whether Incorporated or otherwise, that shall do business us common carriers upon any of the lines of railroad In tills state (street railway excepted) tbo sumo ns to railroad corporations herein mention ed. Senator Bryant Introduced joint and concurrent resolutiou No. 10, declaring in favor of a tariff for rovcuue alone, instructing senator and requesting re prcsentntives to endeavor to scctue tho passage of a bill providing for tho im mediate reduction ot tlte present tariff rates, au valorem anil specillc, at least from 20 to 25 per cent. Mr. Bryant stated be introduced tho bill at the re quest of the Free Trndo club of Kansas City. By My. Vorics of Buchanan An net fixing maximnm passaiiger charges of railroads at three cents per mile of all lines whether main lines ol branches. The object ot this is to prevent rail roads from calling their main linos branches, in order to charge the ad ditional one ceut per mile allowed by tho present stats. By Mr. Wallace, of Lewis An act changing the time of assessment from June 1 to April 1, and providing for tlie levy and collection of taxes for the current year. Tho bill passed was the substitute for that Introduced by Mr. Gumn, of Tike, amending the presnt statute relating to fcesotllccrs so as to allow sheriffs In addition to other fees, five cents tor each mile actually traveled in tbo ser vice of any civil process. Tho vote stood 71 ayes to 48 nays. In tho senate tho Downing high license dramshop bill was taken up for third reading and passed by a vote ol 23 ayes to 4 nays. Senators llathawav, Peblo, Manislre and Dungan voting opposition. Tho bill is an entire in re- construction of the present law relating to the liquor tralllc and is considered tho most important act passed thus far during the present session. Tho sutisti tute as amended by this bill reads as " follows. Section Mfl8 Application for a license as a dramshop keeper shall bo made in writing to the county court, 'and shall state, specllicully, where tho dramshop Is to be kept and if tho court shall be of opinion that the applicant is n person of good character, the court may grant a license for six months, providing however that if the eourt shall bo of tho opinion (hat Ike up. plieantis a person ol good charter, and the petition required iu section 6112 ot of this chapter contains tlte proper names subi-cribed thereto two-third ot tho assessed tax-paying citizens as shown by the lost previous anniual osos sment of the city, incorporated town or municipal township where such dram shop is to be kept, then the court shall grant such license. '' Section 5140. llefote such liconno hall bo granlod the court shall require of the person appljlng for it a boud to bo given lo tho county, in the stint of $2,000, with two or more securiiiei, 'to be approved by the court, condition ed that tlie person obtaining such shall 'keep at all time an orderly nouso and 'that be will not soli, give away or 'otherwise dispose of or sutler tho same to bo done about his premises, auy iu toxlcatlng liquor In any quantity to any 'minor without the consent ol tho parent master or guuido an of such minor, and coBdititioued that bo will not violtao 'any ol the provisions of this chapter, and that he will pay all lines nounlties and forfeitures which may be adjudged against him under tho provisious of this chapter. Section 6411. Upon ovory such license (here shall bo levied a tax not 'less than' $26 nor inoro than $200 tor 'etato purposes, not less than $260 nor more than gtl&O for county purposes for every period of six months ; tho amount 'of tax in every Instance to bo detei mined by the court grunting tho license. Section 6142. It shall not be lawful for any'county court in this state, or 'clerk (hereof in vacation, to grant r.ny license to keep a dramshop in a city oonUining 2,600 inhabitants or more of block or square iu such city, nor iu any oily containing loss thau 2,600 in habitant-1 nor in any incorporated town or municipal towuuhio, until uiu- - forltv. both of thn assessed tair-navinc citizens therein and tn the block or ' . j . . i tit aqiwro in .vitieii me uramsnop is to uc kepi,' Hhitll elgn it petition asking fur such license! to keep n drnmshap there- 111, WlliLlI rtll pL'tllntl Sllilll Ull IIIICU in Ihu olllco of tlmulcrk of the county court, nml by said clerk laid before tlie court ut t ho isticrni ttiereufter nml no renewed on the fourth day of July every ycitrthuicnfter, mid in default of renewing salil petition sitlit com I or cleric shall lmve no power to issue jjucli license thcrcultcr until the same Is renewed hvery person violating tlie nrovlslous of this section shall be 'deemed jrullty of u nils emeanor and upon conviction pon conviction or indictment be pun ished by a lino not les than $60 nor more than $600, for the use of the county school fund; mid nil dramshop licenses lsstictl contrary to tho prov isions of this iictivn shall bevoid. Section MSG. Any person having a licence as a dramshop Keeper who shall keep open such dramshop, or shall coll give iiway or otherwise dispose of or suffer the same lo be done upon or about his premises any Intoxicating liquors, in any qunutily, on the lltst da of tho week, commonly called Sunday, or upon the day of any general election Iu this state, shall, upon con viction thereol, be punished by lino not less than $50 nor more than $-.'00, shall forfeit such license, and shnll not again be allowed to obtain a license to keep a dramshop tor thet erm ot two years uext thereafter. Section MG2- Any dramshop keeper or diugglst or merchant selling, giving away or otherwise disposing of or suderlng tlie same to bo done about his premises, any intoxicating liquors lo any habitual "drunkard, after such drain. hop keeper, druggist or merchant snuii uuvo been noiuieii by the wife, father, mother, sister child or guardian of such person not to sell, give away or furulsh to such perron any intoxicating liquors, dull forfeit and pay to such wife, father, mother, brother sister, child or guni'diaii, for every such otien.su a sum ol not less tliiiu $50 nor moro than $500, to bo recovered In thu puity entitled to sue, by civil action, iu any court having competent jurisdic tion against any (irainsimo Keeper or by suit in such court iu the nauiu of Ihe county to the uie of the person entitled U) sue on sucu uouu, or a duly authenti cated copy thereof niraint such dram shop keeper and his sureties, jointly or severally and Iu addition to the penalty herein provided shall forlcit his license as a dramshop keener, and bo debarred trutn again obtaining llcrnso for that purpose: I'roviueu, however, that any married woman for tho purpose of re covering tlie penalties and forfeitures provided lor iu this chapter, may sue as :t iciuinu snie. a nonce given umler this section shall be deemed it continu ing notice ns to thu person untitled. oeciion oiei ao peisou not having a license as a dramshop keeper s nil directly or indirectly soli beer, cider and native wine, thu latter tho growth and manufacture of this state, in Itss quantity than one gallon, without ink lug out ii license as a wine nnd beer house keeper: Provided, however that this section shall not bo construed ns authorizing it license to bo levied upon and col ectcd from any wine grower for selling wiuo ot ids own production in any quantity on his own premises, nor shall it be construed as authorizing a license to be levied upon and collected irom any person selling or manufactur ing cider in any quantity. All no's and parts of acts inconsistent with this aetarc, as far us Inconsistent, hereby repealed. The bad feature of this bill Is that on account of Ihu pre.-ent section relating to beer saloons being left intact tho tho license for this braueii of trndo re mains at $10. This is iirobablv an oversight which will be amended in tho liouo. Mr. Bashaw's bill provides that pro bate judges may act as administrators in counties other than their own. Mr. Uagan's liou-e bill authorlzinsr county couits to onus? persons convict ed of crime and sentenced to county jails to u ork on mads, or to break rock for road put poses, was passed. By Mr. I'enle An act relating to as sessors and assessment of property by changing tho time of a-sscsMiicnt from August 1 to Juno 1, and provides that tho assessor shall meet thu people, who are required to list property, In their school Ulstnots cities, towns and wards Instead of at their otlico, place of doing business or residence." as tho law now stands has passed the senate. Thk Iowa l'rohlbitonlsts in conven tion ut Des Moines declared in favor of au extra session of the legislature and thu submission of the amendment to the people again. John Parker held fur murder in tho St Louis jail has saved the state tho ex bense of a trial by shooting himself ;but in order to go to his grave with a rec ord us bloody as possible ho added the murder ot his wife to many of his hor rible crimes. Tlio double tragedy oc eurred in tho jury room on tho 6th Inst. It is supposed his wife furnished thu weapon with which hot were killed. Ouit Senator Vest having mcntionod Bob Toombs name in the senate has re vived, an amusing w;tr anecdote of bun. Some one having informed him that (ien'l Longstreet intended to arrest him, be drew himself up to his full stature, and exclaimed "That man arrest mel Why, when I write the history of this great struggle his nanio shall not even uppear in parenthesis. " Tue recent wut spell will certainly cause tbo general break up and as a natural consequence will cause tho Mis- souri lo rise and overflow tho bottom lands. So wo give warning to those llv lug on any bottom lanu. to be pre pared tor this great emergency. It will certainly bn upon them at no dis tant day. Tiiolr grain, hay, stock, etc., should bu removed to higher land. Tho floods continue on tho Ohio, many cities are submerged, nnd tho damage has al ready reaehod into tho millions. Januauy made an appalling record of disasters, nnd thu first third of February has not done much better. There havo been no Milwaukee fire and no loss of n 'Clulbr!a,, but, so far us this country is concerned, tho floods which have de stroyed seme lives nnd a vast amount of property in Ohio and Pennsylvania, the avalanches in Colorado, and tho recent widespread storm, have been bad enough. Thu storm, by tho way, has this week reached Europe, where a groat many shipwrecks have been reported. The Weather nronhets ought nnt to ask for a butter field than tho worlb is now. COUNTT COURT. Tho first term of tho new county court convened on the 6th lust., all the county judges being prosent, county clerk Hunt and sheriff Castle being in attendance. Henry Koppc, of Forbes, was grant ed wine mid beer Itcenso. (Jeo W Smith was granted ltcctife lo keep n drain Mmp in Craig. Iu eonseqiieneti ol I ho jury falling to report on the road petition of Geo Wag-om-r, tlio court appointed Sol Lofler, Jacob Harmon and Horace Markham ns jurors, with instructions to view tlie premiers nntl assess the diuunges. II I) Smith was granted llceiuo to keep a dram shop iu the town ot Malt land, The further consideration of the road petition of Emily Nolaud, was contin ued until the May term. It was ordered that road overseers be allowed $1.60 per day; property poll tax bo UH.00 per day ; that there bo three iiays poll tax, and that hand and team be allowed $2.60 per day. ihu treasurer was ordered to mako the following transfer of funds: $448.01 from Interest lund to tho Jury lund. $361.44 from County Indebtedness to the Contingent fund. 144.87 from Bond and Canal fund to the Contingent fund. Hoad district 27 was changed to bu composed of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, in township Gl, rnngo 40. A new road district was created from sections 21, 22, 23, 21, 25. 20, 27, 28, 34, 35, 36 iu township ill, range 39. All of lJ, 3C, 31, and all of 20, 21), 32 wrft of Big Turk in, in township 01, range Si), and to bo Known as district 65. County clerk Hunt presentod tho ns sessnieut of tlie K C St & C B railroad. Tho court ordorud that tho valuation of limine lino bu raised front $ 1,000 to $8, 000 per mile, tho valuation ot thu malu line of the Nodaway Valley and Tarklo Valley branches bo raised from $2,000 to $6,000 per mile. That tho valuation of side tracks on the Nodaway and Tar klo Valley branches bo raised from $1,- 500 to $3,000 per milo. That tlie tank at Blgelow bo raised from $000 to $1, 2U0. That the tank at Corning be raised from $600 to $1,200. The court found that the tank at Maltland had been omitted by tho returns from the company, and tho same was placed up on tho list at a valuation of $1,200. Tho com t ordered that no bounty be p.im on gopher scalps after March 1st, 1O0.1. I ho following road overseers msdo their annual settlements: W It Erlxon A M Sloan O 1 Bai-tram J F Coruirt W C Colehour B F Poller 13 J Galliher 16 H I hos I euro 48 31 U It Mclutyru 3, in unis Isorns 23 45 M Buhz io 63 H Livlwrood 0 17 J Adkins 49 it II Lunsford W G Mel.uvro I) Cuiitiinghnni Moses Wright W A ParrisTi A Hooper .ii Henry Kite 4 43 .1 u Cox 38 40 T J Beancharnp 18 fill N ( Bovies 24 20 K M Brlir-M 61 J W Graham Jacob King J FMead J Q Trimmer 25 W H Hlnklo 6 J XV Huiatt 3 it G Medskcr 19 B W Clark 8 I) ViinWormer 7 E F Leach 46 L Fountain 62 J A Vminlin 12 M Taumann 41 rred Dtclicr Win Baker J II Butt F Matkt H England Frank Johnson B B Frazor, by his attornoy. present- ed petition lor additional levy on Craiir 111, ..I. X'.. .1 ...I tL ... . V im;u. ro. a, wuicn w&s wen, argued, anu the court refused to make such ad ditioual levy. " J Kyger was granted lieonse to keep a dram shop in the city of Ore gun M. I) Smith resigned as the constable of Union township, and tlio court ap. pointeu acnaria ltandall to fill the va cancy. County clerk Hunt presented the ap pointment ofG B Chadduck us deputy county clerk, which was approved by tnu court. Tlio road petitioned for by J N Meni fee was ordered opened. Philip Kolmer was appointed super intendent of poor farm at $400,00 per annum. Houd district 25 was changed to be composed of sections 4, 2, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and all of 4, 9, 17, lying cast ot Big Turkio, In township oi, range 3U. Road district 26 was also changed to b composed of sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 18, and all of -1, 17 wost of Big Tarkio, in township oi, rutif,o 39. lUe court appointed Dr. II. M. Wil son county physicluu ut a salary of .$260 per annum. Thy financial statement was ordered printed by Uasness & Irvine ut 12 1-2 cents per square. Iho court appointed tho following roau overseers. List. List, D Evans 1 E Hunter J Poynter 3 S Kolley J King 6 W Bakor J Lentz 8 H Brohau Isaac Kurtz 10 J Bucher E MoMunu 13 G Keese J Galliher 15 J E Martin J Dash 17 J Suman II Wright 19 G Swope Cluvs Norris 23 N G Iloyles J Borcher 25 A Hooper W A Kiukle J7 G McCowan W Hunter 30 T Davis L Fountain 32 G Molntyro G P Mann 37 W Iledmon 1) VatiWormer 39 Moses Wright F Johnson 41 KNordeon W Walker 43 Kb Uozoll S Suoll 46 J II Butts W II Lawrence 47 O Hollcnbcck K Young 19 P Wise Joseph Flory 61 A Uusvel Win Catron 53 11 Asher O Eiuort 21 W Wood H Alkiro 64 W Nolaud II C Smith 31 J Hlldubrand Levi Oren 20 O Niedhanser G W, Cotton 5 READ 2 O 3 O O O . At a low rate of Interest on Improved Farms. NO COMMISSION Charged, Now is your Chance to get Money on Easy Terms Will be in Mound City every Saturday, and in Craig every Monday oi' each week. J. FOSTER MARSHALL, Real Estate and Loan Broker, Oregon, Mo, PHIL; J, Practical WATCHES, CLOCKS, JBWBLBY & SILVSRWARE. REPAIRING North Side Public i SHUT'S SKIS """ i All OIBBI W ATTENTION, HORSEMEN. I will ell mr celebrated half-bred Neirman nUllitm, Young Denmark, ut tlie Nodaway Valley Fnlr Ground in Mnithtnd. Mlnsourl, on Saturday, Februray 24th, ut (wo o'clock. Dcnm.-trk is n mating any bay; eight years old, nnd U a largo nntl finely piirpo'-lloncd horeo of great tiiiu'iti timt nnilllt tmi'o Hi uthq wli ,1 liy the celebrated fctullrm, Denmark, Ini poiicu tu dam wum tit tbo celebrated Sampson .stock, no well nnd favorably known In Illinois. Tkiims: A credit oi'twelve months will bo given, purchaser giving note with approved sccurllv, bearing ten per ceut. interest from duto. GKO. S. FOltTER. MARYVILLE NURSERIES (ESTAllUSHKll 1857.) I wnulrt re.MH'rt fully Inform mv ohl patrons nml frlcniW ot Holt it net siirroiiiidliiK i-omitlcs. th:it I imi riuiHisuitly grcmliiK .ml keep hu hum! n Intuit Block ot Truo to numn. I Iimvh thoroughly Ic.itcil for many year their lumllioocl nnd productive-m-31 ami rt'cnmmrnd tlirlr culture UiroiiKhottt Northwest Missouri. AImi Vines, Plants, Evergreens, Small Fruits Shrubs, Flowers, Etc, Farmers nhould patroiilie tills old establish ment and got stock worth their money, T. W. GAUNT,. Proprietor, MARY VI 1,1,1', MO. HAHNIIlALSOrKn, Agent, Oroxon. Mo. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas by deed of trust, dated tho 1st day of October In77, and recorded In the Itecorder s Oflkrtot Holt couHty, Mo., in Hook 3e at face 71, Oliver O. I'lunimcr and 'Mury K. l'lumnicr conveyed to Orvel (iruvtn, as Trustep, the following dcsnilhed real estate, lying and helnK tn the, county ot Holt and Statu of Mis souri, tO-ttlt I Commencing dint? rods south of the north fast corner of the southeast fourth of tho northwest quarter of sectlpn $!. township oo, ranee 1X; thence soutk fifty neven decrees west fourteen rods or wlthO. L. Anderson. s line to the center of the branch, thenco south thirty live decrees east four rods and 12 1-2 links; thence north 67 degrees east tbroiiKh or across the center of well 11 rods and 7 links to the east line ; thence north ft rods and 7 links to the commencing corner r containing S5-1W of an acre, more or less. Commencing at a point south H7 degrees west of Ike center of the well on the south line, thence south 3.1 degrees east lttrods and 12 1-2 links, thenco north uo rods and 2 links, thence south &7 degrees west through thu center of the well to the beginning. The whle being a part f the northeast enrner of the southeast fourth of thu northwest (luartur of section :!-', township CO. range 38, Which said decil of trust was made to secure thn payment of a certain promissory note in vald deed of trust mentioned nrd described ;aud whereas, default has been mado In the payment of said note. Now, therefore, under th provisions of said deed of trust, and by Irtue of tlio power there in contained, tho undersigned Trusted will offer all tho right, title, Interest and claim of tbo said Oliver (!. Hummer and Mary E. Hummer, tho abovo real estate.ttforesild for sale nt public vendue, to Iho highest bidder for cash, nt Ihe Csurt House, door in the city of Oregon, Holt county, Mo between tho hmirs of nine o'clock Iu thv forenoon and five o'clock In the afternoon on TUKMDAY, MARCH 13th, For the purposes of said trust. OttVKL ORAVKH, Trnstoe: ORDER OF PUBLICATION BTATK OK MIHSOUltll,. COUNTY OF holt: (S9 III the Circuit Court of aald county, April Term Mahv 8. nnowN, Plaintiff, vs V. T. Hiiowif, Defendant. At this day conns the plaintiff herein, by her attorney, before the iimWslgueil clerk of said coourt, In vacation, and tiles her petition and nnidavlt stating among other. Ihlngsxlhat the above named ilelendant Is iv "-non-resident of of this stalo so that tho ordinury process of law cannot he served upon him. Whereupon It Is ordered by tho clerk that said defendant bo Hollaed by publication that plaintiff has commenced a suit ngulnst him In this court, tho object and general nature of which is that plaintiff asks to lie divorced fnm the bonds of matrimony contracted with de fendant on tho vstli day of January, 1877, and that said bonds be canceled and for naught held, oh tho grounds of abandonment nnd tail ing and refusing to provide plaintiff with the necessaries of life, and that sho limy have iho custody of their Infant child born of said mar lingo and that unless tlie said defendant bo and appearnt tills conn ut the uext term thereof t bo begvn and holden at thet'ourt House In the (Hty of Oregon, In said couity, on tho aad day of April next, and on or below thn sixth day of nald term, answer or plead to tho petition In said cause, the same wlllbu taken as confessed, aud Jiulgjiicnt will bo rendered accordingly. RAnd It Is further ordered that a ropy hereof j published according to law In Tim Countv I'afku for tour weeks successively iho last In sertion to bu at least four weeks before the first day of nald term. D. 8. Ar.KIItB. o w Thnmn, Attorney fur vuunui, Cltrk SIBLEY'SCEEDS THIS ZILLES, Jeweler, A SPECIALTY. Square, Oregon, Mo. -" wiii. juu iiunt will nufc r. Ilnnunl i lll.tory and bmt nuthM, m. mm Aiismamm ... uvu) miuAuu,!!!, Kochestw,N.Y. I FOR SALE ! I havo the following land which I wish to sell; can furnish good title, and also guarantee to be Clear of Taxes. Will sell on ronsonnblo terms, purchas or paying one-third down, and hecuting deferred payment on lnnd, or other Hrst-chiss securities, with 10 per cent, interest : 10 acres S. W. of S. W. Reet'on 8, township 69, rnngo .13. Cheap nt tho figuioi I will make. B0 acres 10. 1-2 N. V. section 6, township 69. ranee 38. 110 ucroM in S. W. ol section 17.town Hhlp 60, 1 ungo 38, about tiO acres in cul tivatioii, balance good young timber, about 200 bearing upp'o trees; "ootl water in weiisj one of thu finest idea tions m thu enmity for n fruit farm. 100 acres S. W of section 26, towu ship 01, rangu 39: half in wild grass' ; balance in cultivation : all fenced" 80 acres west half S. V. of section 20, township (51, range 10; about fiflv acics iu cultivation; Miiall orchard": balmier of laud can bo cultivated. n. r. zook, Foro-t City, Mo. It IS Useless for any man, woman or child to wonr themselves cut looking for a beltar lint of Clothing AND Overcoats than can bo found at. Ira Teter's, Oro gon, Mo. Stock tho largest. Assort ment the best. Trices tbo iowost. Ke mcrabcr this. Lost or Strayed. A t).th' Of llOlllllla llntli main. white with black spots on hliw'nnd icrl ears. The other white nnd black snot ted, bUuk prodnminnting, nnd dark ears. $6 00 reward leading to recovery. Addren, JAMKS LECLERE, wnito uiouu, Ka. Civil Service Is now tho law, and Joseph Groves, of Forest City, is offering his entiro itook vi Kuini.i "i CU3I, in oraer to quit busi ness. These are tho events of tho anna. on. LISTEN ! If yoa want a bood Meal or a nice Oys ter huppcr or anything In iho Confec tionery line, remember to call at tha Roetaurant ot Howard & Sons, first unor east of King fe Proud's drug store. If Your Team Works Bad You should go nt onco to Josoph Groves, Forest Oity, and purchaso a new set tif rmrnniu llu u tlll ... his entiro stock nt cost, in order to UKINU lip OIISlllOSS, Attention Ladies! Miss Fannio Prlco asks yon to call and sco her. up utairs orer Ira Peter'a storo, Oregon, Mo., where she intend o carry on the buniness of drops-rank. ng, cultlnt; and fitting her spooialty TUE Most completo lino over offered In Holt County in Ladies' clocks AUD DOLfHJUlS Can be seon by calling on IRA PETER, OREGON, MO. arm ran . mm-araa win oa uifiiw) runs to ill spollcuU, nod to ous. tomersof lutyeur 1tlioiitoraerluL ItoonUlns about 17 pwow.eooilliistrutlom, iriw. accurate n icripnona aim valuiul rtlreettons for plfiitlnif . V r irv . 5i!y MTjuuaiHo us au, c n Mtruat flarri,, hie D. M, KERRY & CO. Detiioit MIOH. rVndforttl , eteo- ItKAk ESTATE. What our TUal Estates Agents have been doing the paBt Month. Cclow will hp found ii complete mt of trans fers of real estate lay warranty deed for tlie month of .iHimnry, l.evl l.'ittn iirotiilllram lllarcr: lots 13S ..I'lljbifkTiiiMltloiilo Mallland ft itc i: I! W i n-lnt, l,i II. ,. P.,,,, ...n . . i.f .V .... ............. ........ B ,. . 3 .,, ,,,, liw v7IkHo;5ii, l-s , 0 I) & V Htrleklcr InOeu hinunell t u hf w lie nw 2; B3 4u : B a Jidm A Want In lleo 1'iiinmell ! nc he nw 27tllOAa... , Win T Combs tu 11 II (lullll.ims i lot 12 bits 10 In Crulg TIlKraierloO.M llndgpiiot o idk 7 In iiotind City ...... ., LUie I) Welch to Mattic Huff ; lots :i mid sin Craig 1)0 Wllllumson to W 11 Kolicrts : lots s o lolllZblkl In Maltland .... .... ....... J'dintsle to Cordla A Nkecn j 4o a In sw .e K.tlninlll PnflTnvtn ll.i.l.l .V.I. iV.V.l' tu nxi a 50 JYl 750 000 .WJ "4 W noe ...... 3000 i.jMium ivuocris 10 A liorillg; sw Vi,C2 Anf K"iV?"r" JPol I laVmotV i lot a 'bk looo WKI 21.1 10 m vo 7M 132V 402 00 3000 300 4.'i0 TliomaH pwHlev to Virgil liutrlek i ii fei t on side lot A ldk :b Jiouud cit v U'vl DoiIko to Alio Siruinjii : Au ifw ne at r.i 40.. , .1 A Wllll.nm to.loilah K Hpnmh'4 t ' , e nw 2 ttl ntil tit ttl lifk t&l Tori".!.,.. S H-rshall to .1 Koiter .Marshall: m Wjlou a se lu'.und lot ne and lot 8 uw 4 r.l J s Wlhon tti'ltoiicrt'wilVo'n'VVrirf'Vw 17 Gt . , . , t Mathiai nam lo.lno v Wnton mv so in Sti :u : w hf nc 'ii .v.i ;w : ne nw : 1 a nc cor tier e uw KUI xt W W I'rarer to (leo (IoihImii; i.wso ueaw nw iivaJfii:ei,.., ,NV..Wal.w.!!.l).'",r' '"' 8 ... tfin .r, ,i, .,,,, v , , lames I. Allen io Marc llui Walker n lit so ne 2 fin att C 0i' i m' '' '.V I"k'' M,,Kee : 00 ft off u ithie ll.ivld i'eeki'rto.la'ConlrryiASa e lit .to H Kitl7. IW a nrt w side sw !i to 117 I'. l'InkotoiitD.lohu I'rottil t lot ! !) 49 In (Irecoe David Williams to Win Si Wright i sw hw 101 40 MIMMIMI ((.it ( Wm A MinmstoJ W (loldberryj aaui'su '''J!! iV(rJ,ll",'l;.,,"'' J Hpi'ncVr Vl''f 7 talk 11 ill Mllllllil f t.' : 600 loo 7W C A DoiiKhly to Edwin l Vest mv ; s ii in- swnot a; . . . .Jacob Slut! tu Wi,. H Wan-, . ii so 1 iu .1 rnler"Mi;i7,!i, ,1 o . lit ' i n .ill I. IIUl I., I.. I w ., ... . " 5M 12.1 U.O 13. I 2o00 15 1000 1. W 30 2. VI 400 273 27.1 730 COO 40il 200 300 HOC 1021 l.Vl 1300 2I10 100 100 C1R 7II .100 U III ii U ,,l f 1 III -,l ' Joseph A Htrictid in 80 WIUe ; u !i lie.'Vl nlnton' t.lvliiKoo.i"t'o lletiry"Tni'iKliuiV.i w'" Mik to '.laeoh'f oe'literiiiati jaw .ii..' i Wm De'bord'lo It y Klnl'.'nw lie M B.V 37.'. " 1 ) lU.,;t'! ,)a.vul Williamson : lofJO iilk I in Multlaud ,. I,:,,,,,i,x'!,li,,,,r,i". 0t' I'liimps : tots is 1x1 hilt Mil Altitll'inrl (leo I'll lllps i Hi i otlio A lli-in.lti lots Ifl'jO blkl i lots .14 :u I.Ik si Iu .Maltland blk 1 In Slaitlnnd "Vil! A "m"i'.,'.u '." 11 " Sci,t' i ' i-in la t'lnilMIIIMiiM ..... ' I let McCoy 'to win i' Cat'oi,';" ' V jj'se'se Alilhnny (litsleyoSaimief V'rosVe'r :V"" lot 7 blk I! In I'riil ' Samuel l'ros.er to Vletiiilli'i'i'iiiraVu'iVi.'.i 7hikiiicr..iu.;.. : ... ' ' ,m,'ii;,:i,'':w:.Vi,u,',ii " ttjrah MJIoUliigsttorth' to J SI Ko'rd fw'h'f (teorite W Coli.'io iMwl't'i 'i'aYiiterTi'l-'a a: sw io eo a ' l,eyl IXmgv lo ii ! Lewis s hf liwVi'lfitli .John I. Wrl'.-ht to .Jaiiii's A Wrl'xlitVsV'nu VlrKlnla WrlKht to "jaiiies A'wVlirAt Vie ne: no so l iii 40 ' Charles Ancelmcut tu Daniel mid iienry Km. hi , . ,i i: in on j io a nw mv u ;o .lames 'A'rt uiiiVl'e' to V.'w' Tr.Vsk V'h'fMV j w lif u' lif ui uw V. ill ' Thotuiis II Weils lo Thomas II I.fmlMy liu- nu' Ills . .1 Urlrtnuioii u .1 ji'eliuiil'iiKfboa'w VitVo I Ul S.I Million II MvliiKiinilloIIcnrv Viii-ln , ? i .10 ii i i-. . 'J I"'""!'".!! UUO Alice Kerer In I.oreni;o Kiver : a se no OJ 40 : n a nw nw in ft) 4ii, , . .-oo Oeiiiae lla.r lo Lorenzo Ke,-.er : nw nw in 11 4 llf 4 llf .1. "H m 17. IK i. ... ..m 200 LICENSED TO VKD Frank !5tambaugh and Nevada Wcs tun, of M nit land G V Sponcer and Edia Suoncer. of Craig. O II Tii owning, of Lnfayetlo county, and Al'.ie Ashly, of Mound City. T B Felix and Miss C E 1'wllock, of New Point. O O Shaw and Amanda C Messenger. of Iligulow. Geo P I.oistiro and Ann Eliza Hamp ton, of Forbes. Abraham Long and Nancy E Smith. of Higolow. Wm Everett and Sarah Waham. of Mound City. Joseph Carvons and Anna E Wand- ling, of Mmtland. J B Stallcup and Clara I Bukor. of Forest City. Alitr Thurmnn nnd Almuth Wimni, of Craig. J u winshall nnd Elvira Fields, of Mound City. J II illlams nml T-'.mnin n Ifnr,,.- Forest City. J J 11 Price and Lizzie Bungcnstock, of Craig. Boniamin Wrlcht and MIsh V. V nin. zer, of Now Point. KIMSEY. The health of this neighborhood is good. Wo rojn-et to chroniclo tho death of tlio iint daughter of Ike Root, who died a few days ngo. Will Clark has gono to Nebraska to visit hittmthor, who a few diivs nro slipped and foil upon tho frozen ground ana uroi.u one ot bis legs, Notwithstanding tbe inclomencv of tho weathlr, the last literary was splon did. At Iletslo's beau was tho lead ing featwo of thu evening. . SrlAl eport: Averago daily at tondanco16 averago number of days attendance by oach scholar, 16. Those present Jch day during tho month: Zlmrl CalivprM, Wllllo nnd Chnrllp Do vorss, Chai Evans, James nnd Eddio Secilst, Jiifmio McKinney, Frnuk Wal- Kor, Arn and Annie Dooley and Sallio Snider. Lat Friday was speoeh day, and Sallio Snider and Jiunuie MuKin ney took the leuit. THE BEST Lino ot Ploca Goods for LADIES' CLOAKIW Can be scon at Ira Peter's. CALL ON I. 3P. ZOQK, FOREST CITY, aud seg what ho can do tor you toward buying a furm. Wi if. M I1."" PJi1 " AlkYre i'lot ! 3 in blka l'oreUCIty,.f CHRI8T1AN COURAGE. Thoughts for the iiuiictfty School Worker. (lohlcn 7'crt.U God bu for us. who can bo against ii-P-Unm. 8: 31. Time A. J), ao. The day after vt healing nt tlio lumplu gate. Place .leiusaieln. Suggestion. . Chtistinns must ex Dcct opposition it they ntv enrnest nml falthlul in their work (ver.se in). 2. To bo rlaht in thu night nt God is Duller IImii nil human w.ma (vorse IU). 3 II one nover spenkit for Christ It must bu because ho knows Jittlo of him (verso 20.) i- The most hopolut w-.irk of thn church Is always among "the neonlu" (yerso 21V fi. Men go to their own fklnd ; cinis tlansfo llii.su who loru ChrUtj un believers to unbelievers. So it will bo in Ihu iie.M woild. 0. Troubles bind Chri.itinn Ukui .loser together: fellowship Is then very dear (verm 2.T). 7. The iihtiiiiil nnd spontancniis re sort of Christians In time of trouble U to prayer. They uro suru that the nl nilghlymid pledged Keeper and Hel per of his pcoplu will pot c oso his ear against them. 8. Had niun can do onlv wlmt nn.iv o mils. 1 penults (vorso 28) !). Ti no Clni-tians tiro less eacrr lr wenpo opposition ihmi they aio to bo bold ii.id faithful In t,e ncc of lL (vev.se 29) . 10 To be filled with tlio Spirit is tho Chiislinn's grenti-t need (verse 31). Mis. Ge rge Adolph Is . 1 1 1 1 yervlll. .1. P Ailauis en' to M. Joseph ln.t siinday nlgi t. -Mrs. Dnv'd Niphi-r h is qeon quilo sick lor several days. Wi'd gecio wuro flying nrirtliward In considerable numbers Monday last. lfi-nry Perot Is doing a fearful amount of talking Ju.it trow iiV a boy. W. T. Eddy has purchased thn res idence of James B. Curry; price SlO.iO. O. S. Peter has roturned home nf ter an nbsenco of two woekH in tho far west. Any pivriH having an old army musket, will please leave word at this olllco V. YV. Clinch, representing tlio Mls.oiiii State Gar.elteor, was in our city nfuw days the past week. Workmen have be ingaged tl o past week in repairing the. leli-grnnh linn between hero, and Forest City. Chai lin .Sims, that jolly, good tick et puncher, was up to see his cousin, Mrs. Mary Nis, a few days last week. Thomas Hnrvoy, wife and child, of Doidwond, Dakota, weio tho guests of their cousin, Mrs. Mary Nics, Feveial diijH lact week. S. F. Bailey, engineer of Ihe East Forest mills, died at his early Monday morning of pnu inonin. llu leaves rt wife and five children. H. H. I.ivinaood has returned from tho west, whero ho lias neon prospect lug for several weeks. He expects to re move to Kansas in the spring. Some of our farmers h ivo hogs dy ing trom some strang disease. Tho hogs dying within twenty tour hour from tho time tlio first symptoms ap pear. Petor P. Welty, our. new County Collector, has removed to Oregon, hav ing rented the Dan Martin proport.v. Wo welcome Mr. Welty and his cxcl. lent family and trust Ids rosldonco among us will bo of sfreut benefit to him. ' Mrs. Edith Hindo nnd her era in dnnghteivElln Powell, loft Wednesday for their homo in Carmi, Illinois, nftor n visit of sovoral weeks in our eilr : all tho little onos of our city will sond up a sueui prayer tor liranuma libido's eafo return to her home. The Monroe Domocrnt advocates a radical change in our road laws. Tho. proscut law is qulto Inellleiont. Tho roads nro only worked twloo n year nnd aio outof order moro than half Ihotimo Overseers should bo kopt on tho road all tho time. This could be done with out nny more.iso in tho expense. Tlio March number of tho JVbrA American Review will contain, among other articlesbf striking mtorest, "Mou oy iu Elections by Honry Goorgo; "Railway Inflnonco in tho Land Office" byGcorgoW. Juliau; the 'Subimra- tlon of tlie Mississippi", by Robert 8. 'I nylor j nnd "Gladstone", by Moncnro D. Conway. - Comlnc iaro niiislcnl talent. Don. avin's Oriuinal Tennessecans nre to irl a ono of their musical entortainmenta ia this city, on Friday evoning, tho 28rd Inst. Judging from the hlcb renta. tio, tho Tennosscoans have maintained sinco their organization In 1878, and the unlimltod praise accorded tbera by eminent musical cnticband the publta pross whorover they havo been it is uffi too much to prudict that it?wllrprv tho best concert of vocal mu.io ever giv en hero. Tholr program embracea a. largo variety and wide ranco of sinolnn- which can not Jail to nloaso all. 1 ' YOU CAN GET 1.00 ir-ODR, GO, v ivatnr. in .lA.nnl. A1 .. . uv, linn uujmg your goons of him (VII UI3 VIUOIIIII (XIV OHIO. IF YOU Want a Farm You can got ono nt reasonable tmi by calling on tt. P. Zoolt, Forest City.