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lie VOLUME XIX. OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1883. NUMBER 10. PER CENT. -TO LOAN ON- Improved, Farms FOll 1, 2, 3, 4 and Tliree Points of Milagi Over Other Loaning Finns: jjy-lst. A very Low Commission chnrged. Sr'Jnd. No delay. Money furnished within FIVE days nftur nppliDntlon tnkon, if title perfect. JBSy-3rd. Whoro Loan Is renowed, no charge for Abstract. j&Srlf you are thinking ot making u new loan or renewing nn old one, it will nny yon to conic and soe me, uuil by co doing sorvo your own intorost. Cor respondence solicited. Will bo nt MuxIow'n Hotel, Mound City, every Saturday. Address, J. FOSTER MASK HALL, OKEOON, MO. THE GIANT m ii The above cut represents our best Overall, which we eliiiin is one of the HE ST In thu Market for their SUFEUIOltlTY In Make, Fit and Durability. When you come to the i&jLxrriLiJJsrjD fair Do not full to call nt our store and buy .1 nan- of GIANT OVEUALLS and test their merits. Also bear In mind that wo lira lor tho beat selections of Dry Goods and Notions, tho Nobbiest Lino of Mens' and Hoys' Clothing, and tlio best Stock of Hoots and Shoes, lints, Gents' Fiimishivg Goods of any house outside of Si Joseph, and all irt prices that defy competition. A cordial invitation to onu anil all to visit us, whether yo-i wish to purchno or not. li ice-list and Samples of Dry Goods mailed to those that cannot visit us. ltu member the place, St. Joseph Co-Operative Store, GEORGE RAPP, Manager, Maitland, Mo. A. M. SAXTON. SAXTON & FOR W have Mlen1iUcil out fctockMnceUioholiilayii mo nun A More Complete Thanking our many patron Mid friends fiir liy lair mm nonomuio neainiK ir a coniumnnctf to our lininenn llt. wr liniirto Inorensn our Inr fn. im-iij Wj. Iifivw utf rrriil.4 nf tffinil tti narr&uicti, as rrirrnciiira nrmiinry minium. waicfluS, uiocKS. JGWuiry, WlilcU you will alwsyx nnit ooninlptp. We Invito nil til mil and Inspect nur iitoek ana 4?t. Ite patriae of tine watolim.a iivclaltr, liy tlio wont skllltnl uorkmeu ; warranted to glvm (action. SAXTON fe HENDRICK, Jeweler SOB I'VIU St.. Hut. l'lflli uliil Sixth, SAVE YOUR RAILROAD EXPENSE WHKN BY VlHITINtl- ROBINSON BRO Ikmu Five and Ten Gent Variety H No. 331 Folix Street. Whoro Jin ean And n full nsiwtineiit of Tin anil Wooden Wnrc, (Hum Ware, Jewelry llotlery' Units' slid Mille Underwear, l'ocket-llooks and Hand Hatchtli, Hllver I'lnicu ware, nnn in iscr, aiijuiini; y" rn ininr, m, mii in-rvam. iu.ui ji. ran Lift tlio fame KMdselrowliere. All wo nsk Is a trial. Woliavetlio largtststoJ ofTojfln tlieclty. ROBINSON BRO'S, 5 & 10c Sti 321.Fli Street, S. M. & J. S. -DEALKHS IN- Hartare, Tinware, Tapis, Pups, J. JE&. STONE, DIJALKlt IN Btties, Carriages, Spring Yaps, Harness, Sailes, Trunks, MA1TLAND, MISSOURI. MONEY ! V 5 Years' Time! OVERALL ! nVU. IIUNDItK'K HENDRICK 1883. with umnully Jars? jmrehasei to commonee jtiii nun Stock then Ave tlietr liberal patmn.tc lietr liberal patrflti.tc Pic pat 5 BT. nftliesamaialso, arts hMiy ne Ten .sinew this vearlntlu' uwkviilo :i I, i, intr linn tn milt ul rlu4i.lt. r I nuri xpcr.iai aiii'iiuou m -i, p;i'risyi ' uponns opposite I-onlt Ilax's (unilture efltahllsliMf nt, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOlll. VISITING St. JoHeplt, Mo. KENYON Seels, ApcralIiM let f Have you seen Ira Pctcr'sgoatP Kml Markland caiuo over to see hlii ma hift Sunday, Kev. Carothcra and family nro nt Mnitliind, this week. A. II. fircono has n card In thi is tiuc he wants you to read. Go to Michael Spoerle's to buy your grapes and pure native wine. Misses Minnie and Lena Spoetlo returned to St. Joseph last Monday. Clarko Initio left last Sunday on a business trip to Southwest Mie&ourl. II. C. Schmidt is agent for tho cel ebrated Milburn buggies. See "ad." We return thanks to John Bond for a lino watermelon. Cnll oltein John. See Ira Petor's companion chro nics; also his Chiiinman in this issue of the SKNTINlil,. Georgu Husscl, of Shun, Iowa, was in the city, this week, tho guest of his father, It. II. Ku.m'l. Next week wo will publish an in tercnting letter from C. C. Akin, who is now locntud at Kimball, Dakota, 'Per. George Kohinsnn, of Nebraska City, was In the city last Sunday, visit ing ono of our most popular young la- (llCJ. Mlko Spocrle has peroral hands of wine and a lot of grapes that lie will pell cheap. Nuw's your chance for a bargain. George Anderson, Xeil lloblilzell and N. J. Kyger, of this city, have made entries ofme stock at tho Malt laud fair. We are glad to announce! the con valescence of.L'nclii Jintmr Noi vel and wife, who have beeu very sick for .sev eral weeks. Pembroke Blnnehan!, who has been working in Mound City Hits sum mer, came homo this week shaking with the chills. Nov. Unland, of Humboldt, Ne braska, formerly pastor of the German M. K. Church, this city, was visiting friends in town, IhU week. 1. A. Hrodbcek, Frankfort, Kan sas, is visiting in Holt county, but ha failed to put in an appearance in Ore gon yet. Why is this thus, Davis? Levi Oren, of Now Point, has just received his fall slock of goods, and is now ready to give you choice bar. gains in everything usually found m a general stock of merchandise. , W. H. Spiinger and family are now in San Francisco, California. It looks as though Wils was gradually working his way back to old Holt. Come light along Wils, we'll all be glad toseoyou George Dunn, who gave such uni versal satisfaction as teacher of the colored school last year, and was re- rynploycd, returned to Oregon last 'eek, and opened school on tho 10th Instant. C. W. Wurman, poultry dealer, is now in tho city and ready to buy all tho chickens you can taku to him. lie wants ,000 dozen, to bo delivuivd heie anil at Imprest City, on the 11th, 1.1th and 17lh insts. See "ad." elsewheto. llllly Armstrong, the gcntUninuly and efficient salesman at Mintou & Bur gess' Simplo Itooms. tlii city, has been confined to his bed sovoral days this, week by a soveio attack of fever. Ho is now nbio to bo at his post of duly ngi in, Tho Jennie Holnian Combination that playod in our city last week, nio now playing a week's engagement in Malthmd. They give onuinber ono ont rtainniant, urn perfect Indies and gontiemoH, and merit stieeoss wherever they go. Will Waller, foroni.m of tho Kan sas City Times, "showed up" in our vlllago last weok. lie eaino'tip to seo whether tho Tate is in Atchison coun ty had been injured by tho early frost, and finding they had not, slopped off hero to look nt tho Kill in tlm western part of town. "Tho last link is broken," tho fid low said wheij ho kissed his girl good byo forever at her roquost, bcenuso her patients wished a dissolution. A few days nftor ho received ti note nay in i?, "Dear Georgo, there nro plenty moro links, come and break thcni," Keu- r-V.v,Slnto Journal. i.Ui.jLJtfuir.r.ii'w!ifAiher.now lAs'onool t'ho best galleries in the state, Ijo has just received a (ino balustrade il back-round scenerv! lie is ilso M W t oared to tako Instantaneous photo- lis uy tuo dry.plato method, recent- roduced in the miles. If you want igooi Apietures you can do no bettor 'thatitA' giviu; him a call. 'Jbso that nro dosorvlng should ro coivo l?dlt, and to John ltyan nt present! nilned in tho county jail great credit iiAduo on account of thu gentle manly milJiioi' In which ho deports him self. He P'VjUo ono of the most ingen ious men huvo ever soon, making with only thAuld nl a peu-kuife, sotno of thu most a-oinplieated and finest pieees of mechanism, J. W. Pitv.cr Iids letnrned from Ohio. Miss Ina Nies is now ribbon for Georgo Nies. measuring Go to 1). M. Martin's for your Wagon Sheets and Bows. Tom Fry is now running his meat shop on his own "hook". Ask Jim Cliniuburs, of Mound City how to plant turnip seed? Mr. A. Gemcckcr lias pure cider vinegar for sale at 20 cents per gallon, Miss Ida Haidmnti mid Lena Smith, of this county, arc oil our Normal roll. Call on A. Getnccker for pure ap ple elder vinegar. O11I3 'JO cents per gallon. W. A. Gardner has his herd of Holstelu cattle on exhibition nt the Maillaud fair. . Kl.y VanBusklrk has purchased 100 acres of land in PotUwottonilo county. Kansas. Ask unelo Johiinv Brnlguion, of Blgelow, if he can tell you whero hU pocket book is? 1". S. Kostoek, jr. has tho finest, best and most durable organ in tho market tor sale. Call and see them. Mr. Price, Brown county, Kansas, and Albei t Nies, of Andrew county, Missouti, nro attending our Normal. Mr. Jareil Harm, of this eity, lias purcha-ed a farm in Nemaha county, Kansas, and will shortly reinoye to thu same. - llev. As'ing, af this city, is in at tendance at the German M. H. o infer ence which is in session at St. Joseph this week. It i" useless to go to St. Jocph for an organ or a sowing machine, when you can buy to advantage by ealling on F. S. ituetock, jr. The St. Joseph Exposition proved to ho tho inot successful ever held in that eity. Secretary Karnst is without a superior in the northwest. J. W. Balfrey ha opened a restau rant and b.:ery in-Frrift City, just east of the bank, whoro lie is piepared '.o soive you with a meal at any hour. Mrs. Sehatz oilers, at private, sale, her hoii-ehoM and kitchen fnn.iitire. Parties ilcsiriut; anythlig in tills line should avail tlieinsclvus ol this opprtu ntty. Married sit thu groom'y residence, near Bichvillo. September nth, by Ilov. Asliug, Mr. Fred Kaltenbaeh, of Holt county, to Miss Anna Kopp, of Dotlge vtlle, Iowa. Fred Garst and family, of Ottowa, Kansas, is in thu eity, the guests of his uncles, L. N. and J. N. Howard. Mr. G. is delighted with our county and may locate among us. John O Cowan & Son, New Point, took four fust anil one second premi um at. St. Joseph Exposition on short horns; he also took two lir.-t and two second premiums at Marvvillo. -Col. J. W. Stocker, director and member of the committee on transpor tation, reports that the C, B. & Q.. tho C. & N. W.,tho C.U.J. & P.,ud the O. M. & St. P. Railroads will each sell ex cursion tickets foi-jthu reunion at Mary villo,Mo.,from all points whero twenty five tickets or moro can be sold, for four couls per inlle, round trip, (that is, two cents each way), Thu Wabash St. L.& P., and the K. C. St Jo & C. B. roads have also fixed upon thu same rates. A fanner of northern Holt, who owns land on both shies of a stream, which is spanned by a bridgo on a pub He road, has niado n practico lor homo lime patt of taking out sovoral planks from tho bridgo for tho purposo ol'keep in'' his omi cattle and hogs on either sido of the strea ai as ho may desire. It seems incuuccivublo that any one of or dinary Intelligence could do this with out knowing It is wrong, and that lie In curs tho risk of having a severe penalty imposed upon lilin for so doing. Some 0110 ignorant of his act may undertaku to past, over tiiat bridgu (lining tho nit; lit and lose his lifo. Better desist from this practice and repair your fen ces. There .vas n very happy gathorlng at Falltur BenJ uuiii Allon'.s tin Wednes day, thu Mil instant lo celebrate with lii 111 and grandma Alton, their fialuth anniversary of wedded lifo Though somewhat fooblo In body, In mind and spirit tlu-y are ns ootlvo and lively as in long years ago.' They remarked that probably no two poisons had lived to gether so long with fewer misunder standings and less prlvato ditllcultlcs. They appeared young again when the largo company sat down with Ihem ton sumptuous wedding least prepared for tho occasion. The mind wont back fif. ty yeais when first they pledged Ihelr faith one to tho other "for bettor or for worso". Soino valuable presents wore given thorn, with the ussurauco of all present of kindest regards and a wish that tho remaining days of their life may bo their bit. The corn crops have been affected by the late frosts. Ducks and crimes are Inci'euslnglu number in our lakes. The melancholy days liavo come, tho sweotest of the year. A Gciuockcr has forsaleat'-'Ocents per gallon pure older vinegar. A few ecoud-hand wagons and buggies nt D. M. Mat tin's at bargains. Dr. Johnstun, of Craig, is build ing a large brick business house in that city. William Baker and wife will leave In a few days for their old homo In Vir ginia. Brother Charles, of thu Maitland Independent, is issuing a very crcdila bio fair daily. Carl Hostetter, of San Jose, Cali fornia, is in thu city, tUu guest of his uncle, K. P. Hostetter. Turn Hindu is building n ware room in the rear of his drug store; It willjbu 17 x DO feet. Mr. Ina Baker has the contract. i After an abseneeofsovnr.il weeks, I Mhs Susie 1. likens has retui tied to her home, much delighted with her visit to thu Buckeye state. Tho first postal note presented for payment at this office was presented by Mr. Samuel Sluekuy, and was issued f 1 0111 the Mound City postofliee. James I.. Allen will attend the St. Louis Fair and the Louisville exposi tion, lie will ulo vNii liis aged moth er who lojidos at I.ogansport, Indiana A delightful event was tint parly given last Saturday orenlng tit the resi dence ot Georgu P. Luokhardt to their daughter Anna up.iu her fourteenth birthday. Mr. John Shutts, ot Juliet, Illinois, accompanied liy his daughters, Miss Mary and Mrs. Tail and her husband, are in the eity, thu guests of his son, Mr. Hcniy Shutts. Dr. Gentry and wife, of Wyandotte, Kansas, worn in our city Saturday and Sunday, ns tne guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kram-u. Dr. Gentry is editor of tlio K. A U. Advocate of that eity. N. C. Hatfield, grain buyer, Forest City, is now ready to buy all thu grain you can taku to him, and pays the high est cash market price. Ho can be found in the store building formerly oc cupied by Joe Groves. One day last week as three young ladles were coming to town in a buggy, in raising their umbrella, tho horses took fright and became unmanageable, tl. rowing them out of the buggy, and breaking the arm of Miss Missouri Kel ley, one of the occupants. L. II. Edwards was called to Hia watha, Kansas, last week by tho serious illness of his daughter, Mrs. Noland, but by careful treatment she is now conrnlcsccnt. Mr. E. is delighted with Hiawatha and thinks of moving there if ho can dispose of his property here. Wo hope he will reconsider his inten tions and remain among us, tor we can illy afford lo lo?u as good a citizen as Mr. Edwaids Tho Southwest Iowa and Northwest Missouri Veteran Association will hold Its annual reunion nt the fairgrounds, atMaryvllle,Mo.,Sept,'J.'i,aO)andS",188!l. Eminent speakors.to-wit: Generals Lo gan, Coo!. roll and others, nru expected. A grand street parade on the Will. com posed of old soldiers, sailor, uniformed societies, etc. There will also ho during j the exercises guard mounting, drilling, dress parades and an extensive and hit- eresllng sham battle, good quartern and cooked ra'ious will ho furnished. All the boys are oxpcctudjlo join organized com paiuc.s.or bo asslgxed lo them 011 arrival. Each is expected to furnish himself with n h'utikct. plate, knife, folk and spoon. Reduced rates 011 till railroads. All ex soldiers who desiro attenilingjthis reun ion are invited to ttniio with Christian Muyer Post G. A It , at Oregon. They will please send their names, with com puny and regiment to W. T .Eddy.Qunr tcrtuuitcr. Tho new Postal Note books have arrived at tho postollleo. roady for ser vice. Thu notes arc bound into books after tho ordur of tobacco licenses' or of hank notes two on each page, uud each is separately numbered, so that counterfeiting or duplicating is an im possibility. Each note is about thu si 7.0 of a bank bill and attached ton stub of record or momorunda In. color they are betwoou a lemon and an orange, with a brown and black fauo and give luck. For !) cents any sum from 1 cent to 1 U9 can bo mailed to nny post ofllco 111 America, and tho oertillca'.e is 1 good three mouths from date. Tlio dati) is 011 one side thu face of tho note and the amount on the other, to bo punched similarly to a railroad tiukot. Tho name of tlio postofllee and amount are written on thu face, Tho notes nro issued fioin 18X3 to 189 1, and arc made in New York City from engraved plates the tamo as green biicxa. Worman, the chicken buyer Inhere again. See his advertisement. I) Foster & Bros, had two hordes to die very suddenly 0110 day during last week. C. H. Hatfield, of Forest City, is now buying apples. Ho is paying the top of the market. Hov. Samuel CarothciH wilppreach next Sabbath at tho Triumph scTiool house at eleven o'clock ; at the United Brcthteu church nt three o'clock and in Oregon at night! Mr. J. W. Dunn, of Maitland, had on oxhlbititi at St. Joseph fan, a fine lot of horses. Ho tool: premiums on the belt five year old stallion and the best two year old stallion. Mr. A. Getnccker was showing a pear on the streets hist Tuesday that was a whopper, tnea-uring twelve inch es in circumference and weinhtnir one ! pound. j An excursion train will run from St. Joseph to the Maitland lair on Fn d.y and Saturday, leaving Forest City about H a. m. and returning about fl r. m. Our citizens should avail themselves of this excellent opportunity of attend ing the lair. Troops of bright, happy faced children, with loads t.f books, thronged tho sidewalks Monday last. Teachers should remember that the young heads are yet full of summer vacation, and it will lake weeks to get them down to nl gebra and granimnr. Go slow-don't crowd the infants. -At the races In Forest f ity Inst Sat urday, lareo delegations from Bigelow, Craig, Mound City ami Oregon were present, (iulte an exeitiig tlino was hail. Money was plenty and consider- flb-eeliiimred UixtuU. A ! Il!,v,.,.n,s' " ,, ' , " mare won tho race w ith unse. The best of feeling prevailed throughout. John W. Slokes was master of ceremonies. Last Monday about noon or a little after, and while Mrs. John Peters was busy in boilng grapes, she happened to set a pan containing hot grapes 011 tho lloor, and ns her attention was called to something else, her little hoy baby got Into them somehow and was so bad ly flcalded that death resulted in about two hours thereafter. Mr. and Mrs. Peters have tho sympathy of the whole coininuuity in this their hour of soriow. Judging Ironi appearances the Fair fax Chief must bo printed on a cheese piuss. Journal. Better that than for the editor to have a eheoo head Chief. Certainly. But when a man like the editor of thu Chief has a cheese press and a cheeso head, he is a subject of commueration. You have our sym pathy, neighbor.- Bock Port Journal. The Chief must remember there is More-head on the Journal than 011 any other paper in the northwest. The man who runs a newspnper is always In a h it box. Only the other day a curioiis-looking specimen of the genus homo approached us and fhuI it would bn a blessing if there were no pa purs in the county. Wo agreed with him and a-ked linn how many ho read. He said, as he bristled up like a pork 11 piuu with tlio colic, that ho didn't read any because he was t-o busy "funding to thu mllkin lor ihu old woman." There it goes, you see! Another Intelligent subscriber lost. The Mieiety for tho prevention of cruelty to uiiiiunls might find a fruitful field for the exercise of their benevo lence 111 tlio freight ears in which tramps USintllv rllli III nrilur In ..viwl.. tlw. mi , of l(J bl,(Ulllu ..om. ,.., , km, ,.,,,.. , tho train lies at stations thus almost suf ; foeating, during- hot weather. A prop. or regain mr wieir eoniiori wouiu seem to require better ventilated lumber ears for their trauxport'ilion. Let thu afore said society take notice of this. No good citizen can bo without his own county paper. Without it, l.o Is j comparatively both blind and dumb, j Blind to what is going on In his neigh j horhood for the benefit of Ids race, and I dumb beeausu he, not knowing, can't tell It. Hu places himself 111 tho posi tion of those who have eyes ami see not, and oars, hut hear not. It would ho uu act of charity to all such, and a benefit to the community as well, if some noll-wlshor to his race would do nate thu u an annual sulueription. King City Clirouio'e. Washing hnrno's with warm watur and soap soon injures thu leather. All varnl-hrs, uud blacking containing vat- nish art injurious. When a harness becomes rusty give it a coat of gia'n black. Before applying thl, wash the grain side of the leather with polasli j water, cold, until the grease Is removed. 1 After thu leather Is quito dty apply the ' grain black, and then oil and tallow. This fastens thu col u and makes thu harness lloxiblc and soft. Gi allied har ness can bo eloancd by a cloth inoUteu cd with kerodno, but should be imiiio- , dinloly waslud uud olei afterward. -Miss Edtm Lukens, wo are glnd to note, Is Itnpiovlng, -Mr. John Willuid, of thlsfity, Ii lying very ill iiAj lfnn.s'as. Scrviees"Nftflio Uwlon fehml house next Sunday injirtvjjig and cvytdng by O.C.Hill. The com eiup of this county-baroly escaped dostrhet ion. by frost fhkQtn day morning. "v Adrian Plnketon "Ms talking of rac ing a Uialo Miirjsville, Kansas, In two or thVee'sjRjeks. The winter term ol the Woods school will begin next Monday, with C'i iilha Wright as teacher. Miss Julia Mas.i'j, a charming young lady Jof Fayitteville, Atkausas, is visiting toalives near Oregon, Miss Beltte Burgiss, of Forest City, is visiting friends in Mai vsville, Kansas. She will be absent two or three weokrt. W. H. Hcrshbeigcr, one ot St. Joseph's popular clerks was uinoug his many friends in Oregon, tin) past week. I Mrs. W. T. Eddy uud Mrs. L. A. 1 Perkins, made entries of several ianey articles at the Maitland fair, tills week. T. F. McKane, editor of "Tl.o Standard," Galva, Ills., is in our coun ty, viMting Ids brother-in-law, Win. Kissiek. Mrs. Warren B. Davis and daugh ter are in Snbatlia, Kun.n, the guests of Mrs. Davis' daughter, .Mrs. Harry Farraglier. C. W. Thomas has rnadu important improvements to his olllee, to facilitate his rapidly increasing bns'ness. His "study" Jpresentsoiir idea ol lawyer's sanctum. Tlio Holt Cotinly Horticultural Society is rep ice 11 ted at the Omaha lair by Me.si.rs. N. F. Mini ay and J. N. ' 4"u ") t....tl'.... . .. .1... I f..!.. I... s,. Neal Hobl Ize ,, . Mr. and Mrs. ltohinson and Mrs. White returned from their visit to the northern lakws !ast;Fnday. They re mained a few days in our eity, tlio guests of Mr. Hubert Montgomery. Charlie Ajitbrnso, rejneseuling the haidware tirru ofSchultz Hosca, St. Joseph, was in Oregon last week and gavo us a pleasant call. Charlie Is a live, wide-awake boy and wo predict stiiToiri for him "011 the road." The Ditcher & Ourti- thresher was entirely destroyed by fire last Thins day night, while standing in thu Christ Fuhrinau stack yard. Mr. Fuhtmnn lost about 100 bushels of wheat and all the straw that had been threshed. It is thought to he the work of incendiaries. -Mr. Ira Peter has just made thu purchase of a new fire proof safe of tho latest slyle at a c.iiisideiable of an out lay. He can now keep with safety tho notes of his various customers, and inoro especially tho court house war rants. His old tafe is now offered for sale. All soldiers expecting to attend the re union at Maryvil.o with Christian Muyer Post, aie 1 cquested to send in their names at once, us muster roll niu.t be sent I'm ward by September 1, in order to ol.tuio rales and have quar ters set apart for us. Send jour iiaiuu to 1). P. Dobyws, Oregon, Missouri. Rations will lie furnished to all who at tend. Send in your names with rank, company kihI regiment. Mr. II E. Denny, who is now mu lling a tin usher, Iuforuu us that he has threshed thus far in thu season, 'J,'.M6 bushels wheat, 8,10:2 bushels oats, 1,'JG'J bushels lye and 28 bushels timothy seed That average yield has been ; spnug lf bushels, full '.'J bushels, rye 'JO bushels., and oats about 10 bushels, Tho giaiu is all of excellent quality, and farmers are well satisfied with the yield. This is certainly a line showing, and is an ev idence that our soil will produce wheat If properly eared lor. The Maitland fair ma do a splendid stint Monday, showing more lifu and animation than 0110 usually sees ua commencement days of stocks, tigi cul tural and mechanical shows; yel il is but few of the county fairs of thu statu approxenia'e' in magnitude and ' im portance Maillaiid's annual gathering, liencu it is no matter of wonder that thu opening day started with so much lifo and vim. Floral hall especially was a I seenci) of preparation and stir, exhibi j tors asking space, receiving attention as fast a.- possible from Seeratary Wul I ler. Tho display in this department is 1 'mid hultur Hum last year, .especially j iruils and vegetab es. Tim stock en I tries are ncarlj ihmbiu that of lut year, .while the atti nilaneo is uiiieli larrer. Excursion t rallies Ironi St. Joseph will run Thuisday and Friday. Arilving at Maitland at 10.110 a. m. and leaving Maitland at 6 v, it. SCKANTON'S" CHOLERA BALSAM SURE QURE For Cholera Morbu,Cholcra Infantum, Dysentery, Dtaiihoea, Colic, Cramp. Etc., and nil Summer Coinphlts of children, For sub. at K. p. IKIMI'KITKIt'S.