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H.vvif wo ii Democratic paily? Com-lot-Journal.
Well lh.ro wn nlong about IFfiO, but It was badly shut to piece so-uii Hitui'. lis jrhost, wo believe, Is slump ing nrmwd again now tut tlnt'k nights. 'Pill! ttlnlt iuliliitiftnn1 lull li.lu.mil llm I i iMUtt HMIIWIIIIVIItll V, tll. Sonnlo liist week, by a iimioiity of 3.1 1 THK CONVENTION. MlouM l!i'mt!ltrn tuny conMilcr (hem fWcHliKlilj fnvurtil. Tot ihH pat tew chm I 'J- have turn rent Into Waring ftlclfnlH. The j troimd was fairly plow ed mid harm him I ty ill I vt nl, imil ut wio tltnu It limited as thinmli wed were lt'li.4 on fur it l"illlnl linn-st ot ills- .l-(cr lit ttif giss'li.hlfliK ol tin- Htnti- (.'utiveiitlon nl s.-tl n mi (lie mil tint. Nothing uf the kind ill.inrbs the soil now TtlPtllrf UMlibroli. I !... . ... 1'.... tt... ... .t ,,., ,(. If,.,,.1.. It... .,,.1,. I"""". Will MIHH Hll.Hllll'y u " '""""J ""V j both refined to be Chairman of the Nliitf t in- Bopubllcaii who voted ntralnst it. Tltojtral O miiilttec, which win imt only wlo on bill 11.4 nrtnil nmii'oiiplntiu (hn I th"lr p'ltl, Imt tho -.iiviritlm illil linem worh Mint of $"7,000,UM), to bo used in aid- ill? tlio several iit itoi in lifting tlio iv. public out of its present slouch ot till lurncy; Hie nnioiiut to bo distributed among tlio States In proportion to fill leiaey on tbo basis nf the Kit census. This atiioun', according to Mr. llonr'i amendment, Is to bo dbtilbuted as follows t Tlio llrtt jctr, s?7.O0O'0O; (second, .10,iXK))OO0i "tlio third, $15,. 000,000; and thereafter to diminish at lliu rato of .-?2,000,00i) a your, until the expiration of tlio eighth year, What tlio action of Iho lower honso will bo cannot bo piulleted. Plainly tlio maas tiro Hfoll is one of tlio most important that can possibly come heiVo our Nat oual Congress. In liiciiig Mn.i irWni. Warner, nf Kansas ciiy :r till' ll'-u l nf tin1 cntHtiilltce, -Ve restart! llllll ore it Hit' n' lest ni'"i In our State. Those who linked ti r K- tiiT.il "lnit ;" f the lutty at Soditlia, funnd their mistake. Tlio convention win In eirry eii ti enliven tliiiinl tlu Itrpuhllcutt pally. The delcgntM from the rural districts iittcuilod tlio cnmciillim with tin Iniriiti ni of "rnmdiiir ttilniM", without the aid of St. Lout, m.d riclit well did Iluy itn It. lti ulti A nulled llcpuhhcnu imttv In Mis souri, mill ami a larger v'" In Nnvoinhi'r. than lm been linllril In tlm slati" fur yi'f.M. If tlm inriv will art ulrly In lu "iimkfti" (if lalu tlrki'l, Huiirlmnliin mil lie wtju'il out of Ml"titl. Tlio ikOi-RHtr-i from tlio rimrili rniiBri'Minnnl Dlstrli't. rMfi)rinpil HHr tluilei in a IiIrIiIj- sat llfill'tilt) lUHII'IIT, mill tlio Illllpit1 of tint ills. ttli'tliiive mnoii to do iirotul ut tliclr tlclcRii-tlm. Tim JVttirnmrcloiial tiNttlrt ili'lpgatps to tin- Sctnlln pniivoiitlmi were tirnIiT tlie I'aptnln ''Jf "f A f.llliwrn, of St .Ii)ill. llllll 15 .I.Ki'J 1K. of fr.ilK. in Iti'iili'iiiuit. Tlioy Ii-d tlio iliiviiilin to ili'torVi us .t mntti-r of coiirsi1. .John M. 1.0MPO.V, ai iirolilciit. uliil II. Mnr tin Wllll.uiH in .scri't.vy ut lliu Statf lliiM'ii- iiii-iv i'rriiiir ciMlillllllL'l', lllivo llilll'tl a I'UII fordi'li'Siitliiiis, two front i-ai'li coiiKrotHloiial ilMrli't anil four ftoiiiilii' Slate at law. In at ti'iiil t!ii' national conii'iitliiii nl Imllnuaiio'.lj, May jmIi. . ItKFiti:i:Nrvrivi: IIath.n U roportcil nn ilnK : "Whi'ii u- K"t Into imwor ami un- In a IHKlllnn to ilo iin'lhliiK, w ran I'MaMMi our pulli'y tttvfi traili'), liul Ii U ip1c, umvi' .nut pour !it.iti'iiia!islili to uinli'rtaki' mhaHIiIiir im i n n.iot ilo." Wi'll put, Mr. Katon; "V. ' m w KOt Into power." I Tvr. Snulln'rii Demm'ralli' JiuirnaN nro exult j linsly i'i'lalmln i "The cliu'lnuall i lot was Ur worn! than the IMuvllIu r.ot." The city I joierumiMit of Clnclnn.ill Ii Di'inorralli', ami i UK- Stati' l iiuiliT Dciiiocratli'i'iuiliol. In ('In- clnmitl the pivipp' alti'inpleil p Imiijf a liatdi (if niiirili-rrn ami fall. I : In Daaillle the lieino. ) craN xtarteil out to masacru Itvimljllcau votm ami Mere very Mii"ci"iful. PROFITABLE MP BENEFICIAL (initt'l'til for (lie i)ttrnmvo Unit has boon buatowod upon ino (luring tlio imsfc yotirw, I lief? l Inform my friontlH ti-iat i lntvc root'ivod my Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Window Decorations, Ami vlll bo ilon.so(l Ut liavo you oxuiuino my assortment, Avhloh oompvlsos A.nLL a-nEA.ZDES j&JSTID styles. 1 am dcletinlucil to offer my patrons cveiy advanta-io In priws and quality by offering nothing but standard and reliable goods at tlio lowest prices, ox .tending to all couiteous and polite .utotiimii, tint nilv to nieiit tti putronuso of my old eiislomers, but also to secure and retain by honorablo dealing that of niiy who will he pleased to favor me with a call, wishing to btato that every art lulu and plooo ol goods lias beeu solcetcd with tlio greatest care, and having pur chased in large quantltios for spot cash, enables jio to place good articles at lory prices. M. 15. My utook of Children's Carriages is now ready for Inspection, and I feel. confident that It comprises all tho latest ilcsignu and of best manufacture. T" f T"T" T f'"pJ TZIX" "N' JLj X o JcdL 2S.j 512, 514 and 516 Felix Street, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. put WMolon tho free list. W. F Nelson Wetzel, Tin: third AnnuaUIiicainptnent !). pailuicn; of Missouri, G, A. It., closed Its session in St. Louis on Saturday last. Tho encampment elected the following dcpartiiwnt olllccrs : Department commander, Chamberlain, Hannibal. Senior vice commander, Colo, St. Louis. Junior vice commander, J, Lamar. Cliaiiiplain, J. S. Ferguson, Jefferson City. Medical director, c. W. Scott .Kansas City. Delegate at largo, Gen. William T. Sherman, St. Louis. Altctnato at lurgc, F.dwin G. Gran ville, Kansas City. A committHO of llvo were appainlcd to select seven delegates and seven alter nates to tho national encampment. The following committee on creden tials was appointed : Comrade! White head, Alderman, Wiegal, .McDougal and l'ogcis. Tlio council of administration is as follows: Whitehead, Armstrong, Vogol, Wolfe nnd Wiseman. Kesolutlons recommending tho Sons of Veterans and Womon's Auxiliary so. ciotles woro unanimously adopted. Kansas City was selected as tlio place for holding tho next annual department encampment. The officers elected wero then duly installed nnd tho encampment cluseil its session with a speech from Hon jnan which was responded to bv threo rouslirg cheers. A JUST THIBTJTE. Major Edwnrds, in his paper on Wednesday last, in speaking of tho St. Joseph Herald's criticisms of mayor Ilartwig's administration, has tho fol lowing to say of Mr. Limblrd, tho new City Counsrror of that city. A& to Mr. James Limbiul, thu now City Counselloi, it is not the province of tho Gazette to defend him, probably; but it may bo permitted to stato that there Is not a truer or stauncher Repub lican in Mis. ouri. Hoonco represent, ed Holt county m the Legislature, nnd iado his remark tlioro in no uncertain manner, (iuick in dubato, strong in argument, and always master of the fmbjeet under discussion, ho was res peeled imiuh by tho Democrats and thoroughly relied upon as a leader m his own party anion his own people Tlio Herald seems to think that because liu has had only one easo m tho circuit pourt since his rcMileuco In St. Joseph, ho unlet of necessity bo unskilled anil unlearned in Ids profession. No moro uueeessary mistake was over committed. This city is an old city. It ms been uctlled for a long time. Its poupio have old-timo habits, customs, and fashions. Now comers hero in any piotession get into tho drift of tho thlo ot things slow ly. . If thoy hoLl on, howovor, and are worthy to succeed they novor fail. Give Mr. Limblrd a chance. Docs tho Hor aid want to troat him as n carpet-bagger, and run him out ot town becauso nun tho very boginmng of his resi denco hero ho has uot jumped Into a Iterative practice. Mlt. Cusvntsis bid to rctoro the duties on wool to the rato fived bv Mm act of 1S07. u oehed every llenubllcnn "V"B"' l,,M''" """J' h xvt. In!urail , J ' ii .if nt!ii' litinililliMiifiimllilnti' fcirilciv- 0tc III the Houxo and Ihirty-elglit Dom- rrnor. It hi. II. v llnvi-iwof sprltiull-M u.uiM ocratic voic, but was doleated by n. ' '"ak.. u tu.u-e arociiiii)i ejunliilati. Col. .,c. free-trade majority, all Democratic, of i l'1,vu'H' l- '""i'1'lu slimiia be thu noinliui- ,., , ,,,, ,, , , I fur Ueilttlianl-Uou'riinr. seven votes. I he result wns Minn v I in . Hat refusal of the Democrats generally to cairy out the plod-res whereby Con- verse, Homily, nnd I'ayno can led the State of Ohio last fall for the Demo emtio party. It I difficult for us to conceive at this distanro that tho wool growers of Ohio could have really be llevcd that these pledges would be veri fied, but tho result of that election pre scnti'd indubitable proof that they did, for tho tinio, repose faith In tho Demo cratic promise. It now remains to bo seen whether tho Democrats in Ohio and in other districts of tho country in tercstcd in this question can concoct any other ho this year which will servo as a "good enough Morgan until nftcr the election." It an election could bo held now in Ollld nvon Mr ITm-.l .,-.,1,1 find himself ov-mili-.!,.,, i, . .l WlienMr. CiirlNi.iiw olocu-.l Speaker, we . -.v ....v .v,,, ... ,111.3 IU I ivotl' IlHMiri'll llV I HWil ulm U'..n. UIHnwn.l 111 I know nil :rl out sni-li tliliiKitliat tln tarllT was tn ( lie "Mi'mii'il" rljjlit away wlilmut miy fnoii-.li. , ni t, Nuarly limr inimlln have ulncu i-lann-ii. ami now Mr. CarlNe ivrltiM that "an ellort will he maili' iliii-liiirtho pii-ipiit senlon to luaiiKii r.iti Ihf iinllry nf tarlir rt-rorm." A few ninutli-i henec. iu shall (nolialily lie lolit thai, takliih' i'Vi-rlhliiK lliiu-iiii-.ili'iatliin, it li.'H Ikpii ile clilcil best tn let tin- matter illile until lluiun ple ui'l lhriiii?h with il,elrinai'.rli'iinlal bnthei alwut thu lireslilunry Til IMlt'. U lll-(lll!llllv ll.kl win. .In iiiniiiU. ..r the inuni'll.nr an liu'i'llla nt i-lll.cti of m..I.im 11,1 i wiiii, Ii'oin Hie Hunt ;linl nf tnntlie, with 111.' I wist eonMileratiuli of tin imlilii' welfari', wiiulil i haiv eu-r tlimmlil nf naming .lliu l.lnil.ini fur 1 city I'liilHM-lliir. Tlnil iilllecr l e.MT. .l to In- a ini-riiinul lav yer, eapaliiii nf mildhr,' Hie m:i.i llllil eimm-ti, hh well as all nlliei- nniceti nf liu rlt). ami siilvlsluv: them on all ilimlitfnl and in trli'.ite jiiiestlnns of law. Ci'rtalnl nulimlv uill pr leiii tiM'lalin fur Mr. l.lmliliil am nipoii.ir iUiilllle,itlniis In tin' Ii's.il iruris4iini,'ni that In Was the lies! lawvi r tli.it i nulil have lieeli se leetJil ai the le'al adiLi-r of the city kiiww-l'ii-nt.-St. .Insepli llerah!. We nie nUmiMii a at the romatki i the Id r nlil. l'ur fnnr e.irt, Mr. t.liiililnl was prn-n-c-itit'i; attorney of Holt uuiinty,' anil reiirevml fil our eniiiitv In thv le;(ilatiire. As pioseclor, he lllleil the puslllon with ureat Natlifartiot; t tin pcuplc anil we liml: upon him as one of the host lawyers hi the illstriet. Ile Is pnsicsseil nf a fine anal ileal mlml, of untlilnjr energy, an.l most exeellent hahlts. Ifanvmaii In Mt. .lu sepli Is iii.ssesMtl of thu u-ipilite ipialllleatlons fnreltyeoiinsellnr. mrely Mr. MmUnl Is that man-He certainly will cumparn favnrahly with his pNileiesmir. Major llarlwli; Is In be coll- cratnlateil on niakliiR this appointment, anil he will liml Mr. Mmhlnl "riijwiMc of culilhiK Hie mayor ami einmcll, as well as all othrr olll-i-ersof the city." W fear thu Ilerahl Is nut well aciiialuti il ivllli thu new city counsellor. A XiiVr WOKK OK (JItK.VT IJU'OIt TAXCII. JUST COMPLETED. Ono of tho most important works over issued from the press in America is tho Schaff-lk-iv.og Encyclopedia of Ileligious Knowledge. It Is tho joint product of 438 of tho world's most fam ous scholars. Thoo who know the valuoof Mich ii work aro jubilant over its completion. Dr. Morgan Dl.v, rcc. tor of Trinity Church, N. Y., does not overestimate its value, whon bo says: "It is probably unsurpassed by nnytiui; published up to tho present day." so tho adyertii'ement of tho publishers, Funk & Wagnalls, 10 & 12 Doy Streot. Thoy aro issuing very important bsooi; at very low prices. TO OTXIR- Olilitl 1PC rSi. Having glren a grand opening to our City Trade, wo now address ourselves t our patrons in the Country, mid In making our bow to them we coino directly to tho point with the following quotations: Men's Suits : Spring Suits, .95.00. Spiing Suits, $7. AO. Spring Suits', 10 00, all wool. Spring Suits, S.l'J.oO, all wool. Spring Stills, .-ilo i0, all wool. Spring Suits, $l'2.M,ull wool These last aro Indigo blue. Host Mid dlesex Flannel, warranted not to fudo, and lor only SIl'.oO. Men's Coats: Men's Coats, 00. Men's Coats, 1-1 00. Men's Coats, $5.00. Men's Cvats, SG.00. Boys' Suits : 13 to 17 years, $5 00 up. U to U years, $ I 00 ; School Suits. .Children's Suits : .'1 to 11 years, .?:i.0o to -10.00. Full lino of Kilt Suits, W.fiO to 83.00 Odd Suits : Men's, So.00. Men's, $7.50 Men's, $10. in), all wool. While wo prize our immonso City Patronage, mo are, nevertheless fully alive to tlio imiioriaiioe of holding and adding to the Largo Trade tho U ARCADE" has nhvavfl enjoyed from tho Country. Tills wo aim to do by carrying Larger Li i hh ! Demanded by that Trade than PROCEEDINGS OF TUB BOARD OF EQUALIZATION -OF- Molt County, Missouri. ss. Jit tlxs City. Very Fleshy and very Sinn People, who have found diflleiilty in procuring eUewlioie, will Hud hero just what they want, as we carry the Largest Stock Special suits in tho entire West, and wo display them in tho Handsomest, est and ltest 1 'ghtod Clothing House In Missouri. fits of Larg- STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Holt, ! lie it remembered that on this 7th d.iy of Apri), A. D , IRK I, Iho County Hoard of Kijimlization within and for tho (Jointly of Holt and Stato aforesaid, mot in accordance with Section UG71, i'ago 1308 ol tlio Jtovised Sutntcs of Missouri, 1879. Present, tho Honorablo (Jcorgo W Quick, Judge of First District, James B. Wilson, Judtro of Second District, of tho County Court of said County, W. M. Morris, County Suiveyor, Georgo W. Iltbburd, Assessor, within and for tho County of Holt and Ktato aforesaid, and C. J. Hunt, Clerk of tho County Court of snid County, and ex-ollicio Secretary of said Hoard of Kqualizatlon", woro had and done tho following piocccdings, to-wit: The following oath was then administered by tho Clerk of tho County Court: STATU OF MlSSOriU, . COI NTV yi' 1IOI.T. ) We, fienrgo W. Quick, Jtulco First District, James B. Wilson. .Indue of the Second District. W. M. Mollis, Surveyor, Ccoigo W. Hiblmrd, Assessor, do solemnly swear that wc will suppoit tho Constitution of tho United States ami ot tho Statu of Missouri, and that wo will, to iho best of our knowledge, fairlv anil Impartially equalize tho valuation of tho taxable property in Holt County," Mis souri, to tho best of our ability, so help us Cod. CHOUGH W. QUICK, Judge of the Fir.t District. JAMBS B. WILSON, Judge of tho Second District. WM. M. MOUH1S, County Surveyor. UBOHGB W. 111II1IAKI), County Assessor. sv Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 7th day of Apt il. A. 1)., 1881. C. J. HUNT, Comity Clerk. il Arcade Clothing House, Cornur Fifth nnd Folix Stroots, ST. oTOSEPH, - - ZMZO- m Km warn mHimtaxii mm aUa n&u -E3 3 -DKALBH IN- Hardware of All Kinds, Pumps, Barb Wire, Nails, Axes, Saws, Tinwaro, Stoves oi all kinds, Shell Mardwaro and the nVEOLIZEsTIE CLIPPER I will niako a special drive on Uic- ltac for tho noxt ten days. Cheaper than ever sold before MAUY B. STHUKBTT, IlKST HTOC'KOI' HTOVKSI BEST HOME-MADE TINWARE. LOWEST PJtlCES ! liKolllnK ami liiitU-rliiK iluno ua short notlra finii nil ivurk wiirruntfil, jii;nuy mi:h, okihion, mo. M AN I' FACTL'U BS OF Team Harness ! of overy description, and Sinclo and Dowblo Unsay Harness. Dealers in Sad dles, Collars, Whips, itriishes, Combs nun overvniing in our uno. vo uso nwHi-, ' 111" lint tlm Hunt uf T.onllini ntwl friiui-ninA caiisiiuuon. wo win sen you a Hotter Iliiriie.sn than .von can buy hi tho cotuitv for tho money. Don't fail to coino nnd sec us when In want ot a Harness, Saddio or anything In our lino. Wo will pleaso you aim save you monoy. uur motto. Hot How Cheap, But How M Anderson & Boyd OREGON MISSOURI. FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is lii-ri'liy ulvi'ii to nil creditors unil ntliers lntcresleil In tlm nart nersliln eitiilnnr SLIIFCIIIIIK TlljS SBNTINBI,. tL psil. PLOWS AND OULTIVAT0RS ! Don't Fail tc See His Bent Wood Churns, Barlow and Avery uorn rianters, and the Avery Ohook Rowers Thoy aro tho UF.ST IMantorfi and Cheek Unwcrs on tho Market. Will sell you thu HBST Goods, and t tho LOWBST UUICBS.- No trouble to bhow goods. Call and seo my btoek. T. L PRICE, Oregon, Mo. M. SAXTON, 1'res't Saxton National Bank. Jt. V. IIF.NIIKICK, Practical Jewelor SAXTON & HBNDRICK, JEWELER! -IIBADfiUAltTBUS FOB- Watch klfj asi 500 Eolix Strcol, ST. JOSEPH, ILVIO.. Vtiliuitinr. Valuation by County Acres. Description. Sec. Tp. 'Hunyc by Assessor. Jloitrd ' 3'JO Bast Half 15 Gl !17 ;3 000 SI 200 U20 South Half 21 (12 117 .'WOO 4000 fiO West Half Northeast 2'J fi'2 117 800 1000 lfiO Northwest 'J9 02 !17 1000 2000 0 North Half Southeast 29 ' 02 07 fcOO 1000 SO North Hnlf Southwest 2U 02 117 800 1000 1G0 Northwest 22 0!) 119 2200 U 1C0 100 Soiithuast 22 0;l 119 2200 '2100 100 Noithoast 20 02 !18 WOO 1800 79 10 North Half Northeast 31 02 .18 900 1G00 OUBC.ON, MISSOURI. Lot. lUock. 18 feet front ofl enst side 11 7 10W) 1200 15 1-2 loot front oil' west sldo ('. 7 1010 1200 5!? feet off south sido 2 9 S0O 500 .17 foot bv 75 feet 1 11 GOO fiOO 2G 1-2 feet by 75 feet 1 11 1000 1200 1 nod 4 15 !)00 -100 West half fractional 22 .100 400 I'art 25 800 1200 27 1000 1200 1,2, 3 and l 50' 020 800 In Western Addition 8 450 500 Omitted from assessmont, oVdored placed on same: 20 feet front 0 7 1500 39 fct front 5 7 500 Ordered that this Board stands adjourned until MONDAY, APItIL 28th, 1884, at which tlmo it will meet as a Hoard of Appeals to hoarcomplninls of any nnd all persona who deem thenuolves aggrieved by the action of this Board. STATU OF MISSOURI, COUNTY OK IIOI.T, CITY OF OKBOON, April 8th. 1881. Wo. Georco W. Quick. Iros!dent. and O. J. Hunt, Cuunty Clork and ox-ofllolo Secretary ot tho County Hoard ot Bounl iztilion, do hereby certity that thu above and foregoing is a true, full and com plete recoru ot us proeeciitngs aim decisions. UKOUUB W. IJUICK, President. C. J. HUNT, Socretary. ss. PROCEEDINGS rrnK Board of Equalization -OF THB- Htnto Siinilny School Contention. Tho Nineteenth Annual moallng ol tho Missouri Stato Sunday School Asso ciation will bo hold In Iho Pilgrim Con gregational Church, St. Ionls, oom incncing Tuesday, Mny Gth, at 7:80 p. m., and continuing Wednesday nnd Thursday, May 7lh and 8th. This will bo a muss meeting, ami no formal appointment of delegates will bo required. Tho pcoploof St. Louis, through their Sunday School Superin tendents' Association, ofTcr entertain niont to delegates, willi tho request thai they send their names to Air. il. Drlnsiuade, 921 Olive street, St. Louis, chairman of that commlttco, on or be foio Mny 1st, in order that homos may bo provided. All friends of tho Sun day School Causo aro cordially invilod. Programmes, also Intormalion in ro gard to reduced railroad rates, will bo furnished on application to tho under signed. For tho Stato Ex. Com., Kitt). Hawks, Chairman, L. L. Au.r.x, Sec'y, Klikwood. l'icrco City. LightnitiG MAY STRIKE YOUR HOUSE. It, i;. l'sret, Orecon. Mo., sola nitcnt for tlio iMnnn ruteiit t'oinier Cable H.ivIiik tiren In tlio I.IkIiIiiIiik Unit linlnei for the i,ist eight jfiiM, refern In lliu liumlruils ot imrtlcs for ulniin he has ilone work all uf ivhum lire HiitMleil. Having tnkeh thu ncency fnr the above roil, xihloh lii'cinislik'ra to titv best inaniitneliireil, lie n.k.s tVi initronaso ot nil who ilolro safe iroti'vttou nitalnst Hulitnlnt,'. DEAL WITH MBN YOU KNOW. Uowaru ot fwrelcn ".luiupets" who will swin dle yon b)i f iirnlshlni: Interior roiN unit cliarK Iiik ilimble prices. My liomo Ii In Holt coiintv i ml I expt'vt tnennlliin to live hi-rii. Hence It h to my Inti-rrst to ileal s(imrely unit honombly with tlio people, ntul l Intenil to ilo i. II. E. PBItBT, Oregon, Mo. CELBI5RATBD KENTUCKY DIOMEDE! Ki:NTlTKYIIOMi:i)i: will NtanrtthN season nt.niy liable iiiIJoIiiIiik Ore.'on, Mleiouri. winon eoinnit'iivlii),' Apill luth, unit elotlni; AiiKiut lit. 18SI.. KHNTUCKY DIOMKDU U a ThoroiiKhbreil Pl.-illliiu, ilxteen hamls bluh, Uark Hay with lllack I'olnti.. IT.ItMS :-filco to Insure llvliiu' colt, SI0.. If the mare Ii fiiUI. tr.uleil, parteil with, or remov ed from the eoiintv, nioiiey In be ilne Iniincilla-ti-ly.. l'uMiiru Mill bo fnnililii'il t those who In ini; mures tioin a tll-itanco on reawnabhi Iitiih.. Care will be taken to prevent iieclili'Hts, but w HI not be rchpuuiMilu shouM miy occur.. Ulnineile anil tils rolt-t took six premiums at the Mntll.iml fair In lss:i, out ot seven lull-rlnu entries. Tlm following prvinliini'i will bu awanlcrt : Nl best eoll, Sir. iKi ; inM lie.st cult. SI0.00, Award to bemailu at .Malttaml fair In IS33. Also at tho saiiio pluoo, TUB CBLBUUATBD JACK, HENRY CLAY! HK.NUYCLAY Is nftcen liauils liluli undthreo years old.. Ti:ttMS:--fl0 to Insure llvliu colt., tfinnro Is sold, trailed, parted with, or reinnveil from the county, money to he Dun luiuieillatelv.. Care will bo taken In prevent nciUi'Uls,hut will not liu rcspoa.liile .thould any occur.. REOEGE ANDERSON, Prop. gl PHELPS, aroom. l'BDKiltBB OF ST CLAIR ! HlRll-Ui-ed Hiiinbletonlan TrnlthiK Htalll'm. ST. n.AIlt Is a llavColt. nvi'nrsnld. is 1.1V hands hlh, weighs 1 300 iioiimls. Hired hy Wit her 1 1 :i in tilt' ton Inn . who was hired by Itvsdlek's llambleioiilaii, who was gnum-slro to .Maud , nl. .lullun and (loldsmllh .Maui. Ills il:iin. .TohsIi. Ill- Mnnihrtlm. RoVMl.hrthv Mumbrliio Pilot, bv .t.iuibrluo Chief, tint Aire of Lady Thorn, Itrlpiolla, Ul lekMin, llahl Chief and a hiM of others. Miiinbrlne l'llot'a dam wan by A. It, Alexander's Hint. In order to Introduce this valuable stock, fit. Clair will make tho present nonsuit of KSI at tho Orchard Slock I'ann ntO.. MohMt7oll, ono mile norm ot ()i-ff?n tor Hill-rree,fl5.0o. Jlouoy iluu when uiaro Is known to he with foal, City of Oregon, Ho CITY OF OREGON County of Holt? Bo it romcmborcd Hint 1 i( County, Missouri. 86. A. I).. lSSl. the Board of oruanco with tlio Ordinances of tho Huiltli & l'hcli'n. Unit I. Moses Jt. HniUh, surviv ing liniiucr. aim iiiim iiisirninr ni sani nariuer ship estate, Intenil In make Una) Hcfllrincut lliereiir.at llm next lerni of the Probate court of nun I'oiiuiy, Missouri, in lie lielil at Iho t'ouit House, In llm city nf Oregon, Missouri, nil the l:lli day of May, usi. MIISl'.H M.HMITII. Ailmlt'-'r.ltnr .VNIIUKKIltK, Attorney. ' ' H. V. W. H. RICHARDS, ABSTBACTER OF TITLES, Notary Public & Conveyancer, OBBGON, MO. IiniUbo iRht ami sold. Taxes paid tor lion rddcuts. Have for sale r,ouo acres Imnruved niid nulmprovi'd lands. Olllco in Court Ilousc. rir-I.OANH N'KCSOffATIJD.-ffiJ GARDEN GROWTH TEAS. families can save nbout one-half by senilliiR to us for Tens, as wo Import our own, and have done so foe forty jcars. THU OlIKItNAl. AM I5UI0AN TKA CO. Bend for Clrculur, which elves prices and full particulars, t ItOlIT WKIJ.H, Prest., 1'. (), llox,v07, 43 Vesey Ht.. New York. ONK DOhhAU'H worth of any of wir mirden growth, China or .Iiipaii Teas sent by" mail, post pa d, or I.Altdl'.tt iimtutlty by express, charges fiaht. int on Iho 7th iloftot Anril Aldormen of thn Citv of Orceon, met In atSordnnco ' Ifif nf npAwnn net n limit! tt liVmnllvnliAn Tho following described real ostato nsVjsosscd, was ralsod as follows, to- 18 leol front off east sldo 15 1-2 feel front off west sldo M feet oil' south sldo .17 feet by 70 foot 20 1-2 feet by lb foot West half fractional Bart In Wosforn Addition The following was milled to tho aesessmout for tho year 1881: 20 feet front; 39 feet front Ordered that thiu board stand adjourned until tho FIRST TUESDAY IN MAY, 1884, at whloh tlmo it will mcot as a Board of Appeals to hear tho complaints of nny nnit an persons wuo may ucom inoimeives nggnereu ny tn notion ot tuts Hoard, W. U. HOFFMANN, Mayor, IJENBY SI1UTTS, Secretary . r Valunjion Valuation Lot, Ultck, by Assessor. City Hoard, 0 7 $1050 81200 fi 7 1010 1200 2 0 noo JiOO 1 11 (100 800 1 11 1000 1200 1 and l 15 800 400 22 800 400 2ft 800 1200 27 1000 1200 1, 2, 3 and -l 60 620 800 8 2 450 600 0 7 lflOO 6 7 600 awo at thus ami; timuandvlaok, The ThorouKhhred Pedigreed Jersey Hull, mi DIB OF WMlITi TlSlt.M8:-65 00 for service. C. UOUt.ITZBI.Ti. Lumber Alter this dato I will soil lumber at my mill, on tho Forest City and vVhlta Cloud road, near Mlko May's, for $12.60 per thmunnd feet. I shall movo Iho mill tho first ot May to tho While Cloud Ferry, and to dlsposa of tho cnt of tho mill whllo sawing it, will soil host grados, all cot tunwood, fencing, boxing nnd dimen sions for tho nbovo prico until all is disposed of. A good nrtlclo of bxing, unliable for shods, stables, etc, nt $10.00 nor thousand foot. A. W. VAN CAMP. X Wo havo recently put in a now ar mill on the farm of A. J. Sutton, two miles below Forest City. All Jiimls of Native Lumber constantly on hand at the LOWEST PRICES! Bomouibor thai If you want Lumbor, wo can supply you, Winkler Keel,