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mi VOLUME XIX. OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1883. NUMBER 29. LOOK HEAH, CHILLUN ! Lw k hcnh, ihillutil I II. ('. Sctunlilt oll the boss Oo to D M. Martin for homo Blni-.k W"K',U -Orchard City. Our Mound City and Blgolow tteuia arrived too into tor ihN Issue. Look Heali, Chillun, About sixty-fo ob you precious mo tals gib atten shun to what I is sain : Ole S anta C laws am comin in full blast. He hab done gone, gone an got bis truck heah all ready, an gone back to de Norf Pole to git sum sno an ice an munkey rench to screw up de wedderaleetle so we can all hab a big Kris mas, an he am gwine to fotch five ob his leet le boys along 'to help him kase he amgit 'Ztin ole, an on g3il 7 rip last. Sntnr- 3lday and last PIS Monday affbre li. r i s unas, ae hole kumpoo- dle ob dem am gwine to be at dat Big Store of MINTON & BURGESS'S Forest City, where der truck now am. An if you want to see de finest lot ob Krismus truck you eber seed, you just go dar right off. De counters and shelbes are lined wid Toys and Books an Silver Ware an Jewelry an ebery such truck a pusson could want. An on de aiforesaid day mentioned, dat Big House will be darkened from de outside an all lit up inside wid hundreds ob candles an lamps. Dar will be a street proceshun an a band ob music an ole Santa hiaV self will be right in de middle cp 4. all A a T am cri n rlv-tr or ornrrin to swar off Klismus, I will quit, l&it don't forget de day an place. 5 M'osfc, Interesting and Latest Neifcs ! J err.. ... u THE LARGEST AND FINES!"' ASSORTMENT OF HOLIDAY GOODS ret bronght to Orogott. ProsonU to suit Evorybndy. lie ail tbo following: Tooiiot Sets, Smoker's Seta, Baskets, Work $oxes, Shell Boxes, 0 Books, Toy Drums, Toy Blocks, Vases, Mechanical Toys of all Kinds, . Toy Tea Sets Wood, China and Tin, The Finest Assortment of Majolica Ware, and the Largest and. Finest Assortment of Candies ever brought to Oregon. ATI of tH above, fend many other handsouia Christmas presents, can bo found at E. P. HOSTETTER'S, OREGOJ. ets. Subscribe for tho Sn.NTtxr.t. otily $1.60 n your. Go to I. M. Zook's Att Gallery for Fin i; Large heads. Ocorgo Xic has bts say In our columns tills week. -Dr. Thatcher i making Improve ment to lit h residence. Buy your Harness of Anderson & Bod. They mav o tlm best. Go to Pierce, Blum & (' , Forbes. Mo., tor your Holiday Good. Scrvico at t lit Prcsbylorlan church' next Siimbi, mottling and ovcnlug, -Tho now colon in Gcrn nntown ynm Ht Graham & Frame's, Maitland. j - S H. 1)1' k, of Mound ( ity, has re I moved witli his family to Saline county, Mo. -Minton & Burgess nro clvtng otr an extra (tin per cent, discount on nil I Inter good". j Our anlorcd friends will havo a i trstival and ihiislnins tteoon Christmas j night. I Henry Miit'on has h' on appointed uurator of the estates of Oia and Ella roimy. Mr II. l'inkstnn has sold eight acres ol uu meauow laua to xtuv. Bock. Tho person who borrowed tho rub bar overcoat of J. U. Brown will plo.iso rt'turu it. It. (1 Metogar and E. L. Hart, of Maitland, wore slinking bund with friouds hoio Tuesd iy. A thril'tng tcnipernno drama will bo given to our people, on tho 2.-tu inst , by our "Home Troupe." Charl y Unlay bus improved tho appearance of his residence greaily, by hi- Into inipr voutonts Tho jolly faco of ("apt. S. T. Lu an was Muu upon our sttccts 1 .it Thurs day. Come of iui. dipt The. Hiato Horiicu tur.il ocic(y is lu W' on atCartluiiO, Mo. Dr. Goslin of tins city is in utteuilatii'o. Mr and Mis. Paris, of St Joseph, parents of Mrs. Stwart KeevM, were visiting I heir daughter I ht.- wcok Wiill.im i.unsford, ofEa-tWhltn (Iioud, wiih among thine having lml ncss at probate couit last dond.iv. I.ura Maker has just completed C fine jira ription case lor T. S. IIiiidi.7 It is a umgnillccni piece of woikmij'V- I'1. 0 Our I'rwbytetian friends will fcrtvc P1irUliii lri iin f!tirilni.i!4 oi'i,. n 1- ... : . . . . . "It Y citu.oi'i will bo (avoretl witli h U hUvlf acrlc.ii .n Chi City Va'' w'iIjv tho Mllbuni Hiijigted bavw no. p0nf l'i"' " quality, material or woikooHip. II. C. Schmidt, Oregon, nthr'tin, sells tlmm- ',0' -Henry L. Alklie, otKistWhlto ( loud, has goiieto Maryyillo, Mo to have hii eyes treated. His eyes havo bfton inll imed and sore for about two or threa months. A nobby lot of niou' and boy capi at Graham & EramoV, Mniilund. Win. (I Muliityro. af (nlg, was lit wregon on bu'lnc-ii, lwt Frid iy. A few oo ond hand wagons and bug gies at 1). M. Martin's at bargains. Mrs. Andy Morris, of thoTiluniph neighborhood U very low with pneu monia. P. M . 'Zook is prepared to make on good Photographs In dark, cloudy weather. The Triumph Sunday sihool will liayo a lestival and t. hi isttnas treo on Chiistmas evo. Tho wi ary and hungry can get a metropol tan Itiuah by calling at Jake l.impp's, Forest (Jity. Miles Privet, of Maitland, wauts a lirsi-o ass uagon maker sllt furunih shop and tools tree of charge. Dan. M. Martin says he wttl soil ymi a Saddle, brid;o, or set of harness cheaper than any II tin in Holt county. Mrs. Mary Dillon, of Soyeranco, Kaunas, is visiting her paruuis, Mr. and Mrs E. Vanllitktrk, ol this city, Siruui CtriUltli, one of tho subst.iu i-a farmura of the Muuni City uoigli borhooil, iiava us a pieasaut ca 1 last Monday. If Uroige U. Dual who lostagaunt let, coon skin fur jihivesomu lour weeks avo will call at this ofllce, h' can have lis glovo. For Comforts and niankets, io mamber that the p.neo to g't good bar gallic iu them is at thu reliablo housu of Pierce, Ilium & Co., F. rbos, Mo. Married, at tho City Hole), Oregon. Wednesday, Deeenibor Vilh, 188J, Kq Hod'iuaiiii otlieialiuu', Lyman Mauon and MIjs Fannie Wll'tm?, both of Holt county. Do you wan' a strictly first-class Ililiani'talned' lS'n? Call at t'io Central, Wo fiavo a farm ef ICO aoros for sales. Call at this omen. Uead Phil J. Zilles Holiday Oroot lug in this issue of tho Sr.NTiNF.Li P. M Zook will take your photo graphs running, sitting or standing. Get Anderson & lloyd's prices on Saddles betoro purchasing so vheru. Granulated sngar at Graham & Fiaiuo's, Malatid, 10 lbs for a dollar. T. C. Dungaii wns in St. Joseph and avunuuli lasi work on lii;ul business. 5,000 Men, Women and Children Cu And at T L. PUICES tlto following ut-eful artloUs U having his residonco H. Greene ii doing the i einl).iiy fioni Treaty rel.ttlnns thu peliun::o ftit a b tvjixln that you .:,02i. ofjomjT. Piop., Oicgon, Mo. treai a'so. The Orchard Tho Normal literary aociety 0x01-ei'-os are postponed until tho IMit, on aeci'iuit of tho Icetuio Ibis evening. Tboso on tho program will plea-io be prepared for the 21st. Tho Presbyterian church of this place and New Point havo secured the services of Itev, Uobert until April, when tho church at Oregon hot cs to teoiiro a resident minister. Tho l.idios are cordially inv'ted to call and o.tainlne our largo lino of Nu bias, Hood, Ilioakfast Shawls, etc., etc. Wo will aivo you piicos that cannot bo 1 oa' in St Joseph Pioice, Ulum & Co., Forbos, Mo. James SUipson, the groat nursery man, of Qtiinoy, Illinois, is again in this county loot. lug up the inti re-ts of his vast business. Ho has in his employ morolhan roven hundied traveling mou selling fruit trees. -A 'out 110,1)00 bu-diols of apples have Ihmiii s'.ipped from Holt county this fall It is s-ife to sav that fid cents per bushel was the avoiayo ppeo paid or 111 other words, ft36,t)L0 has been paid to our or chaidists alone this tall for apples. We are sorry, indeed, to lean that A. II. Jamison, two of Holt contry's most promising mid talcntod young men, is not Improving iji his honlth while at hmo wi'h his patent" in Cala way county, as It was hoped ho won d. The first anniversary of Christ. Moyrr Post, G. A. U. will occur noxt Thursd iy ovoulng, December 20th. At Slurrctta opera Iiouhc. All are cordi ally invited. Admittance free, children must be accompanied by thoir parents, Onr young Attornoy, Mr. W. II. Hoffmann has bean gran tod a patonton an improved uiuslo holder. It is Thu colored people wl l havo a grand foxttvnl and Christmas tieout the colored Paptist cliurcli on t hnst-ma- night for the tmnrlit of the church. Ctefrcsiiineuts 111 nbiiudaiieo. Everv- ijimily united. W. II Gilbert -as gained quuo a reputntioii as a trapper. He has al ready caught, ibis tad, 111110 beavers and a number of mink, coons and mukratb lie expects to make over two hundred I'ioilars napping lids winter. Maihand Independent. Mrs. 1). B. Bennett will make a Christm is iiinuor and -upper for the aecouimodatl 'ti of tit iso who do 1101 want Hi go tho trntibio of getting up u dinner, nttd wid ojy ehargo the umall sum of ".') cents pureo"p'e. Ail who want a No 1 dinner and supper Mtould pattonizo her. Mr. J.M. Wil-oa and Mrs. Sarah B air, of Forbes, Mo., tooi out license to marry yesterday, anil the cvroinony was performed in parlor 21), Bacon house, by Itev W. li. Miller, of tbo Smith M. E. church, in the presence ol :t number of ti leads. St. Joseph On Mttte, Gth lust. Attend tho locturo at the M. E Church this Friday ovoning, by Charles Stocking, D. I)., the groat orator mid gifted holar. Subject, "Buried and U siirrccled Pompon." This lectin c should be well patronized, ae. it is the flist under the management of our loc turo club; and if this proves a tucccss, as it fhould, we will havo tho pleanro of heaiing some of tho best lectuiers tho country affords duiing the inter. Tho price of adni's-ion to this lecture has bei n minced from 60 to 3,rt cents Lot everybody turn out. Tho Kaunas City Journal of Tues day pays tho following compliment to a gentleman whose fi lends in St. Joseph nro loiilons "Col. J F. Barn ird, genoial superintendent of tho Kansas City, St. Joseph, & Counoll Bluffs rail road, w. loo I grtbouttho cltyyoler day. lie is imo of the ablest prautlcal railroad managers and operators 111 tho country, and ho far as cost is consumed ho has about brought tho system of op orating to eclonco. Tho 0 is no lino of railroad lu the west ruoro otTucttve-ly managed than tho K. C, St. J. & C. B j tew 11 tos earn uioro monoy,and wo bolioro none oostvo small a percent to operate, Tills noirto no doubt, from tlm fact that thogoneral superintendent understands and personally overseas nlmost overy detail of the work In his ohargo. Tlioro aro rumors that Col. Barunrd will in thu near futuro bo mado jjouoinl managor of tho lluuibal & St. Joseph and thu K. C, St. J. & C B. lines. If and should prove true, tho uonor win navo como to linn on an- said by competent jmlge4 to lio tho lio-t count of pure merit and nothing else holder now In use, and wo hope Will for ho Is not a man who souks position will bo aide to iuao a Inn '1 of money 1 throuuh any kind of puffery or outside out ot Ii. iull teuce. To in Fry repainted A. work. Anderson A Boyd nr offering special Inducements in Lap Uohus mid Horso Blaukots. The Falrview school Is progress ing finely under tlm tuMiagomeu. of C. W. Lukeiii. Georgo W Nlen Is offering his en tlr siock of gnod.t at cost In ordar tw close out his business. Buy your wife a Chrfstiuus pres ent from sotun of the nice Dress Goods at Graham & F nine's Maillund. Iiolurc you buy ) our holiday goods call at Jake Litnpp's Forest t ity, aud ttto hat he ha. and learn bis prices. Mr. and Mrs. Bolton, of Caldwell aoutity, this stnW, aro isiting Mrs. Bolton's parents, J. W. Davis aud wife. Wo aro sorry to lenrn of the sort uis iliuixs of Mis. J. C Philbriok, but as vso go to press, she was thooght to bo out of danger. A tempot aty injunction has bseu g anted, restraining tint shoiitF fiom selling tho East 1 01 est Mill propitty under deed ol Trust. Go and feo those olegant Uobcs and Blankets that D. M. Martin is sell ing s cheap Finest assortment over brought to Holt county. Moure & Hoffman havo a farm for salo i-s a Gurmau neighborhood in which there is a bargain for sciuu one; will tr uh) same for a smallor o-so. A Hinary has been nrg mlzed iu tho Fairwow dlatiipt. Thoso ik8 who aro in I lie huhll ot distui hlng the societv, will have their names published, unless the) behave. J. M Howard & Son have just ic (eived thutr holiday g' oils, and have a tod selected stuck, 111 which you can ll nt t something to uit oven body. They keep the best hrauda of Hour ooh-i aptly on hand, One of the most substantial and ar tltic pieces ol brick work dono In t'.N county, haft taioiy been c- mple'ed by William and Henry Hawkins of tin's place t!e erection of the o eg ml new Imildini.' of F. B SprinuN, tit Maitland. Klirh ("try, miii of L'riaU Clary, of this city has bo'-it missing ever since the reunion. ElUha will iio t lib teen years old noil Apnl, is of go'id size fur his age, has black ryes and light hair. Any information enne"rning niiii will be thankfully rccotvrd by his parents Ma ryvllio Uopiiblicaii. Mr. John A-hworth and Flora Nor ris, of Oiegoa, Mo , having oomolo the coHcliiiion that they had live I a one tho allotted time, look upon Ihemselve the oli igations of huihaiid aud wite lust oroi ing. I ho ceremony being per foimedbyKev. T. (J Fen nil, of tho Fifth .-Meet M E church. St. Joseph Gazotto. 6th Inst. The members of Peters post, G. A. 11. will give a festival in Harmon' new 1 milling, Fiiday cronim;. December lltli, at which t'nio tho ladies of Clay township will present Iho p ist with a flat'. The tippor will bo set in ti 0 Masonic hall, and the lower room will boused for promenading and festivi ties. AH aro invited to uttend Mait land Independant. Wo take pleasure In recommending to our leadetH the great Pennsylvania newspaper, Tlia Philadelphia Weekly Tress. It is one of the few great me ttopo'itau news a purs which lias achieved a national repuHition and cir cul 'ti'iii. Tho paper is unquestionably one of iho mod eutei prUiug and best edicdln tho coiui'iy ; it is so-nid on all questions of puiilio policy, nnd is tilled wpi interetlng leading for the homo an I farm. Wo have made special arratigcinuiils with the propri etors by which wo can sond yon Tun Skntin'iil. together with Tho Philadel phia Weekly Press, for one year for $.8.r). Samplo copies will lie mailed free to nil who I'pplv. AJdro.-s, Tho Press, Ph lndelphia, Pa. w- Firo Sot, Toilet Sets, lUrd Cnp;oH, Cnrvlnp: -J Ivlllvt'H mid l'tirlcn. HIlvir lvniviM nnd li'iwlt-y. ! "S- l'ookot Cutlery, .Silver Kptious. Shears ttnd woiHHors, t i itinii rnij unit brushes, Tea Trny. Shot duns, Flower Pot Uraelcets, Ptnklnir sou IroiiH, Etc., Etc., -i i i i i i i i i i i i i & i i Which, will niako a hnmlsomo and useful present for your Father, Mothor, SU'er, Uucle, Aunt, Sweetheart, or anyone you want to niako a Christmas pr-nt to, T. L. PRICE, Oregon, Mo. mm Everybody has been rushing to T. 8. HINDE'S Popular Drug Storo to got vn Invitation to his Gil ILLMin Commonclng tho night of Do comber lVth to 21th. I lake this method of extending ytm all a kind invitation to see "Night ns Light as Day," aud look at my Grand Display o( Holiday Goods. iT. 1 HI!, SHI PHIL J. ZILLES' HOLIDAY GREETING to .A-XjULi. Has tho Finest Display of Holiday Goods, oontUtlng of Jewelry, TiBLEWjHEr Ejo.f Suitable for n lasting nnd perpetual Keopsnko. Pneus are markrrl in accordance with tho backward season They must lie s Id, and von will never have a bciter opportunity 10 got good, reliable goods at tho lowest possiblo prices. Notwithstanding the fonlgn clrcuhirF, I am proparrti to meet all honorable competition -whether it lx Ironi Chicago, St. Jacph or Kansas City. Call aud set if this Is not Gospel Truth. PHIL J. ZILLES, Jeweler, OEEGO?(, MO. I I 1IIIJU I n I will sell at ACTUAL COST my Stock of Goods to Close Out. This is a RARE CHANCE to get Good Bargains, and will only LAST until I get a Purchaser for the whole lot. Come early and get your Dress Goods, Table Linen, Zephys, and Yarns,Hoods,Nubias,Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Ginghams, Muslins, Skirts,Underwear,Shawls, Tidys, Ribbons, Fringes, Velvets, Laces, Corsets and Hosiery. GEORGE W. NIES,Oregon. FOREBT DITX. Tho Forest Houso ha a nw laud lord What makes Potior tho operator, look so. W. H. Miller i-hippisl two oars of hogs Monday uiuht. Adrian Piukitou has sold hie fine hitrsn lo Captain Lucas. Havo you sorn Dr. Wilson's blood ed fish? Are tlioy golden, Dr? Ask John Biickciiiidge how it hap peuoil. Who threw it, and what he calls it. -Galbieth & Harrison aro building a fine iio hottso preparing for noxt sum nicr. which Pete says is going to bo a scorcher. "D" Boeler i havi'-g bis business house nicely papered and otherwise im proved. Mr Burgees 11 also having his house repnpeted. J. W. Armstrong, formerly clerk witli Mintou & Bmgess, takos tuavo of our city soon for other climes yot un known to Inmsojf. Sorry to lose you, Will. A pafsonger trying to board the south bound froight train Saturday night, canto near mooting witli a sorlous accident; catching on the back end of tho way car, which was morlmz too fatt for hiui, ho was thrown with audi force to I lie ground, that it s11rprU.1l himself to get up not (load. NEW POINT. .Scarlet fever is loported to lie in ourviclnitr. Mart Armnck U farming nar Mound Cltj. Hubert Cam raporbi hogs on the advance He Is offering 1.73. Mrs. Charles ArtobHru, of St, Joseph, is vi.lttug In this neighbor hood. -Mrs, Bodouhelmor and her two children havo been quite 111, but is uow souio bettor, J. IT. Aoton reinrts his bees all tleail which Iio toHitd bsngliiff on Iho limb 1 he will foaat 011 I Iio houuy uu mulct-tod sooa. Oh Tes OS Yes, lYes!?! King& Proud Oregon, Mo. A fnw good, steady, young or U men or bos boy-, wiih a uuiitaoho preferod can Hud Nobby Suit- au4 prices to tit 'om at Mluton & Uurgeis', t'orot ( Iti , M'. To Whoinlt May Concern. Notico is hereby glvon that all per sons found trespassing on the farm formerly called tho Ciirwin farm, but now owned by W. S (iiffoid & Co., will bo doall with to tho full extent of Ike law. W. S. GIFTOIU) & CO. Hotel for Sale. What Is known as tho Commercial Hotel. Main building is two sttirln- ntglt, iibxau tee',; goon sample room i2 luei; Kiicniin mxzt; --o roonu all. t'lanto building, for fun her p II... Tkltt AM iicuiars, uuuress, .iuii.s y.y, Maitlano, Ma In ar- Butier per noiiiut, eg;w Wo e down at Graham it I'raiuVs, MoitUuil, FOR HOLIDAY GOODS GO TO G. W. BALDWIN'S, Forest City, Mo.