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III iilliifi VOLUME XXIV OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. 1888. NUMBER 11. Itcimbliean .Senatorial Conven tion. To th Kepuhlicans of the First Senatorial District l Missouri: A Sanatoria! Convention will be held at Mound 1 11 y, Missouri, at one o'clock I". M., Thursday, A ugii-t SOIlt, 1HKS, for the purnse t vt-li- a candidate for Mali' Senator, ami 1" transact such other busi ness as m.-vv come iK-for-.- -aid ti-ntin. Kach couiily -Stall be entitled lo the foSlou-Jng lium-lK.-rofilclrK.it': Niwl.iw.i-. 11. Holt. 7. Atchlsin. . Kacli Count v Central Conimillec will arrange itsonn 1 tint" and manner of -electing Midi delegates to I said convention, i I'.v order til Ihi- s-natonal Co-i-miltce. ! jt. II. SMITH. J. M OSIIOUN. I Sccretaiy. Chi.irnun. Kvt'rv Kcpnlilican should at tcm! tlu'Iriiiiarii'x, Aiijrn-1 ISth. Yon -liould attend tin; Prima ries, Saturday, August lSlli. Attend tin 1'i-iiiiai'ii" day, August ifilli. In this issue ol the 5?extini:i. wo Ilcpiililican County Convention In accordance uilli an nrderof Ihe Hull Cnun- ty give another iti-'tallment of the 'Tariff' : Primer"' which will be continued week- I ly during ilm campaign, and coverall phases of the great contest between ' Protection and Free Trade, which is i the isue of this campaign. 'The Primer" will he a complete elementary text book on the subject, and no belter cimpaign document can be circulated than the Skxtixio. containing it. Get up campaign club- at otuc. IYoui now Jir Year ' .Jnliilo. k. r. i. a m!l!: .shake at Salur- P. lles- The Itepulliea:i Primaries are 1 held Ail-rust 18th. (Air : "Kingdom Cnmin'.".i llclillh.lfaU Cl'lllRll Committee, a den-gate eimviiitliin fur Humiliating cnidi'lates fur the various mu.-r- to in- inn-ti to.-.-.i-u'. . , . -t . . 71-h.Iht riiviion is lii-p-iiy -aili-il m meet at , until November StJth, onlj oO cent-. Jlyi s opera llnt.se, in .Mound i. i;v, .v.isou.i, ;it 10 o" lork A. SI. on Monday, August 2Cllt. 1KK8. : in obedience to tin- onlrr oft Anil furlhcr kti!i1 t-i-iumiilif. tin- lb-iiiibllcan vnlcrs of -ai-li tovviiship arc lirn-liy called to im-ct at tlii-lr ie spcctlvc places ol voting at 2 o'clock r. 31 oa Salunlny, August lKth, 1R8S. thee to li-mio hy primary flection the number of delegates apportioned lo each township, to represent tin-in in -al-l county couvciiilou. Hie Ii.i-is of atjtiortioiiint i.t i-om- deli-catc for rai-ll thirty C, anil each tract ion ol fifteen (11) votes j or over cist tor.iaines i. i.iaiue mr rresitiem in lfe'l, ami is as foilo : To-.viisliips. Voters. I'.enion 107 .. ..-i-tf . Z2 ... .1K ". '. '.'"'.L'J.'.'.'. '. l II. T. AI.KIlli:. Ciairnian IIOUY.N'S, .Vcrcl.-wy. llicvlow., Clay Jvi-t I.ev.is. . Torino Mirkory I.i'.crty Jhin-ola Notla.vay.... I n.on V-st Lculs . I). I" .11 ! AXXOUXCKM KXTS. 1i for ar.iioani'lm. ? "l in ail-ain e. Con -Kumcilloas In tin lut'-ri-it ot c:tiiiliil.tle)i, tuvn-tv-.1v; cent? ikt lin-,'. -ali in ailvance. Milk shake tijis at K. P. Ilotettcrs Do not forget to attend the pri maries August 18th. Call at Mrs, Bennett's lor pure Ice cream and lemon sherbert. Full J,tii; of School Koofcs just receive!, at KiiiK & Protid's. llrnrj Dankers leaves this week for an extended trip through Californi.i l)clcir.ites. , .,,, Oregon. y.l'r." 4 I The Senlliifl " year ami tlio Kui.i C'ily Weekly Journal unlil Miv. lo, lor r. ' CI r.o Cuoh mi. Corning now lias two saloons. It takes that many to supply the retail de mands from Alcaison County. The Republic ins cl St. Joseph on Tuesday last, nominated Henry S. lvel ley for judge ol' the criminal couit. Kid V. M. Tandy who was called homo by the serious illness of his wite. some three weeks ao. lias returned. We arc glad to learn that he lelt her very much improved. We want cx erv Republican voter on our subscription iists lor tho coming Presidential campaign. The Tariff Primer now fairly begun, is of such character that ever voter should read it. Only .00 cents for the Sr.XTixi:!. to No vember 30th. A severe storm accompanied by rain and hail, visited northern Holt and puns of Atchison county Friday night, t he hail stones, many of them, as large as hen tugs did a great deal of dam age. The dwelling ol Kd Trevis had foity-two lights broken out and pump kins, melons ft nit, grain and every thing suffered seveiely from this artil lery ot the clouds. lohn A. Brooks Prohibition can didate for Vice President, says he was not in the confederate nrniv, nor was In- -l phniil.iin. but lie was a rebel We aro aulhorii'il In announce A. .III. I.T . ' ' ' . tlin mm Wi'.liKn. as a caii.lnlaie r..r the i in. f .w.s- ihiough and through. 1 e, there were inr.wi-r. Wp are r.iit'ioricit lo announce IIIKAM P.. HEKXV at a C.UKliilate for the oflli e i l .SS.eriil ol Hull County, ml-jcct to the Itciuihhcan noni iiiatiuj cosnentloii. We aro :.nllurl7e.l lo annonncell. T Cf'lt TIS .111 .asncaniliil ue for llieofllceof Sin nlf f IlotI ( .unity. Miliject to the lltniilnicaa iiniuinathi convi atlo.i. We are .mlhorircil to annniinci' W. I!. I'I'.A.Mi:. ai a ca'.ilflate for II fiiiv of Mi--iiS of llo'.t Cfinitv. 'iiijecl to the i:einhli.'aii noni lli:.tMiij conventirni e nrp authorize-! t- announce (JKCdtcr. W !;i:'i:iST.-is a raw! Male lor the ollh-e f sln-nir of Unit ci.r.nty. sut.Ji ct to the llipuhlk'au tiotiiinaiini'i-onvcntion. ASSK-DH. We are authnri'eil lo announce 1.. P. Clf -1IA.M as a ci-Jiill-l.ile for Ike oni-.-of A-.-e-.sor of Ilolt Comity, sulijci-l to tlie Ili-iiiilillcjii nom laalitiK couciition. We are authoricil toannounc" AI1KA1IAM H. SNKI.I. as a .-.iniliil.ile for tl nice if Ah- Slis.-'dll of Holt coiuily, MihJ 1 1 the U'.-puU-lieau nniiiiiiaUiiK cimwiilion. or ol Holt Comity. Mihjict lo Hie Kcpnblican iiiiiiiinatiuK convention VTe are nnt'iorbvil t-i.-innounce i:il KOZKl.t. a-i a camliil.ile f 'r liieoltice of A-i"or.of Holt county, .n!ijetl lo lh Ki-pi.1 hen liirtnliiutnn; ciiiicution. c'd.t. i null. Wp are aiithorl'iil to announce KM.I'ITT C. MKVKK. as a cauiitilate r.ir ll.e ofll f o!!cc- lor. of Iloll Count v. Mil-ji i-t lo the llepi-.tilUan iioiiiliialins convci.lioa. Wo arenulhnrii-'l toaiinouiice (JEOKi'.E II. AI.I.KN.as a cunli-lale for tl lllw of olli-c- lor. of Holt County, Mil-jcct to the UcpiiMican liDiniu-tliiii: convciaiou. Wu are aKthnieil to uunounci- W. II. 111CI1- AHI'S as a raii'liilate for the oflii f Colle.-tor, of Holt Cnuntv, Miljoie; to Ike lteimlilicaii .loiii ntins convention. We are au'hrrl7-I to announce SAMI'KI. Ik At'SriN'es a e.-unlM.tle for lln-olli-e of Collee tor of Unit County, Miliject to the lU'inihlie.ui NoininatliiK Convcnti'.n. TIIKASL-Itl.i:. We are authiirli ! In announce I-KAXK I.. 7.i:i.I.KH. as a cainli Jali- for the ofllce of I IIKS Cl!i:it of Hull county, subject to the llcpiihli--:m iiiiinluatinK eonveulhm We are authorizi-l lo anuo'ince l'llll.!!' SC!II.U'ZllAfi:i:a' acauiliclatelor tl Ifice. ot Treasurer of Ilolt County, .subject lo the lie )iiinlieaii XoiulnatiiiK Convcnlion. i-niism i timi ai ior:.kv We are authorizisl toann-nu JoIIX KHN- Kisill. asacanili late for Hie oiil-e of rrosccu ini Ailorney of Iloll counlv. Milije't In the K iulihca:i uouiiiMtiti eoncutIon. Attend t!in 1'riniaries. A milk .shake at Hostel teiV. Fresh roasted peanuts at E. I'.IIos teller's. Kieek & Watson have a full line of gioecriiM at very low figures. Mis. lieunelt will i-ervc ice cream every evening during the institute. Teachers" Ke-union at Omit House on Thursday evening, August ICth. Prof. II. K. Warren delivers a lec ture at the M. I'.. Chiuxli. tins Thurs day evening hi'inon sheibeit, lee cream, etc, at Mrs. Ile.nnett's every evening during the institute. Parties having organs needing clf ail ing or repairing will do well to call on C. O. Denny. Mire Helen Smith returned lust week from a Month's It-it with fiiends in Highland, Kansas. Flower pot", hinging pots, and hiiidsome flower vases in latest pat terns at Hiudc & Philbiiek's. It. I. Ilea is a candidate tor Repres entative before tho Republican primary election of Logan county, Kansas. Mrs. (iiiin, of Nodaway county, ac companied by lier niece. Mi-s Dillis, of Wisconsin, visited the family ol Judge l-'.eming. of lligelow, lat week. C. W. I.ukeus, dentist, will be at Skidmore on Tue.-dav and Wcilne-day August l'lt and -.'I'd; at the (ihntstime hotel, Mound City, August '.'il and 21111. The township chait mam .should at once proceed to the orgaaizalon of Republican Leagues in Ibeir respective township. Attend to this matu r at once, gentlemen. Ittiy the iinpiovcil light draft, v. el I proportioned, the nicest, liuislicd. Or chaid City, or the well known Ram Wagon. Fully warranted. II. C. Schmidt, agent, Oregon, Mo. A Union pieme, eoiupo-ed of the ,Union, Mill Creek, Oiegon and llenton Sunday schools, will be held on th t!.rlh inst., In Hit grove on tho Noland larm near the Widow Meek's place. Sav, il: r'en s, hah von seen o!e mass, Wnl In- hankelifef round lie Croat, Cflwine !mis li rn.nl soim- nine ili- mornln' lake In- louno in town to vote1. He liiliW r j-s' sain- like lie u-cil lo sliiMcr When il- Yankee army c.inm An' I'll In t ten dollar ue Democratic party lleu a.iil.iyiu'a lo-hr aiuc. riioucs I)e IlfpuMicans l:n'rt, ha ! ha ! Dt- Deutocr.ll-. run. ho! ho! It ti:i:t be nun I'.i n Harrison's coiu'.n' An' lie jcar o' jubilo. ) iua----a wore he his revolver. Like he viuie out for lo shoot. An cir'i! I.e si.i.tmiu oher he MiouMer Ali'he boiie knife in he hot,!; He ly we uijrjier l-ciu-r l.iy close home Au' uelier o niarue iiolN : Hut I'll bei ton doli.ir -ie iieuioctatic party Am a-dnfiin' on dc lnai-. I heercl ole mas.i talk ilis niornlir. He ii.-h eh-artroo liiliu mad : I spivs he 'fiatil ilar l!e."si:hil South ;vi'ie to gri be.it niUhiy b.ul. He talk Iree trade. I-ut as shoo.-, you hum Here a umiiii' on l i- n:i:jil. An' I'll bet leu dollar de Denri.;r.ilk- party Am a jr .vine to t;i-t let' hehuul. I don't like liiK yi re red bandanna, It 'iniuds me o' 'fore le war ; Cil) in- de II d.it freed de ni:.'t;i'r, Dai's di Il.i l"e pr.nin' for: I'nr the Star an' Stripe-, an' Harrison, Dis niKir'il i-ravai.il sliout; An' I'll l-i-t leu d-dlars de Demoeratie party Am a-KUiuu to step do.u an' out. Sirin:!ieid L'nion. best Kirl m , Derr Every Republican in the county should notice carefully the call ; should bo easily detected lots of that sort. They were bush whacker-, with Quaraittrell, Rill An di.rson and tho .lame-', who delighted in j cmitcing upon unarmed, furlouulied and reluming wmimk i soldiers, and shooting them like they weiedogs. Clinton R Fi-sk Mrs ent Ins accep tance of the Piohib'lion u-nninati.in for President. About half the letter is taken up with abusii of iiie Republican nhttfnrm and partv. Mid the denuncia tion of lbc tariff usamst the Iiemocrai- ic party. Now you know v. .latlha n-i bibition is lor. the Demoi .. . 'U. u the old hypocrite Fiske in r.li .'in: -v making him preident ol me lud..i com mission. The .iseition is ii'.'ide upon scien tific authority that tho hat.il of mini chewing is producing a race of hollow cheeked young womeu. The cons', ml exeicise of the nnisclrs hardens them and it removes the laity covering lb it oi-odiices the roundne-s. Not only the fullness of the cheek deslrojed but lhcrc is a tendency to wrinkling of the skin, a natural result to the falling away of the parts beneath it, There is some doubt of the exact date ol the arrival ot the milletimm, bul it is t-o'tled thai the fair will epen Au gust 27th. The chromos of many colors which are being generally dis tributed by the gentlemanly adveitisiig unniigers, give accurate purtiaits ol some of the corn which wi l be on ex hibition, and also announce Ihe exaet date of tho show. You .hoiild pause in voHi- mad rush to theeravclong enough to paste, one of the cluomos in jour hat for future relerence. Much feeling, wo understand, has been manifested the pist week in our -i-ler citv of Craig, over the recent at tempt to'plaee a saloon in that town. We listened to much of the testimony in IhN case, and believe the court acted wnelv in refusing lo grant the license. The! remonstrance to the application no doubt contained the rein'o-entativo and better class of the people of that city her commercial interests her social interests her bore and sinew, asked that no license be granted and hence thu court wielv granted ihe petition of the remonstratora. Mr .Smith, the ap plicant, is a most excellent gentleman, nad his desire in our judgment lo secure the license was not equal in any way to the desire of his attorney, who pursued fuch questionable methods as to only disgust the conservative ai d non-active temperance people. Mr. Stokes, the attorney, is mayor of that city, and was elected by her people, believing him a sincere temperance advocate, and his recent course has only shocked his friends anil fully convinced the people throughout Ihe count that he is willing to sneiilico nnUhing for the akc ot n little money.and one in whom no confidence can be placed. We aro truly sorry. Two new counterfeit notes arc in circulation that are described as follows by the treasury department : Countel-fi-it $b silver certificate. It is of de partment scries 1880, letter 1); has the appearance of a lithograph, and the en graving is very coarse and scratchy. The face of Grant is almost, devoid of expre.s-ion, and has a smaller lump at the end of the nose, on the right bide tif the face, instead of a wrinkle, as ap pears in the genuine. The words, "This certificate is receivable for custom tflsus and all public dues," printed near the top, in bolder of black, are scaree lv discernable and hard to decipher, v.-hllc on the genuine they are clearly tut and easily read The back of the tiole his a lilnrren appearance, anu 1 here are dlcl silk threads in the note. rfeit $1 certificate. It is of de- for their primaries ami convention, and ' ro j,.lr: aid them by lieisonal attendance. (Vuintc Slaying away from a primary and then ' pertinent series 188G, letter I. Tho grumbling about its action is not lion- oeneral appearance of the note is very onible. good. The vignette of Martha Wash- Barrel salt, 1. 10 per barrel; hor.-e Tnglon is very coarfc ami seratchy. shou tobacco, 4.' cents "per pound; five (The words "I'nited States" ha'c the pounds best green Rio coffee .!; -1 one , appearance of being a wood cut pro ,. ,.i ,.n..'-i.r..a litvi-lit or Church's . dnetion and the shading is very coarse. I am ml nac soda, 25 cents. California ".rapes ana plums, 20c per can; corn, pea, toma toes, and pumpkins, 12 1-2 cents per can. 20 pounds pMines .1; Raking powders 'Oe : p'liit'd. At L !. Monro's, the Cat.li Oiveei, Oiegon, The back of Ihe note, at a first -lanic, looks remarkably well but upon inspec tion numerous defeets in the l.itht work can be discovered. There are no psrallel silk threads in the note. The .seal is very pale. The Rest 5-Cent cigar in town at E. P. Hosteller's. A stock of Millinery is offered for sale for particulars, apply at this of fice. Ren Morgan has purchased the old Kunkel farm from the Russel beiis Consideration, -55.0(0. Pont lorget tl'.at Mrs. Rtmnelt will serve, iee cream, lemon shcrbeit, every evening during Ihe institiliite. J. W. Kelley, of the Union dis trict, has shown us an ear of corn fuily matured, grown from seed brought by him trom Dakota and planted in May. We arc glad to learn that T. W. Miller, the jolly hardware man of Mound City, is out again after ids severe tussle with sciatic rheumatism. We acknowledge the receipt of a complimentary to the Maitland fair, which begins Monday, 27lh inst The work is from the press of the Maitland ller:.ll and reflects cicdit upon its designer. Will Gilbeit. The citv council at Craig, has re duced its saloon license from $1,000 to .r00 for one year and from $500 to 200 for six months The vote on the reduction was a tie and Mayor Stokes toted lo reduce the sutplus. With pleasure we announce the ar rival at the home of his parents, Mr. Will Ltiekhardt and wite, on the Oth inst, of Master Goidon Luekhautt All concerned are doing nicely we .ue glad to learn, and Will i as proud u a king The i datives of the late Samuel Eiisworth have been contesting the will he left, which gave -100,000 to the building of n niedienl College in St Jo seph. The case was ea led Kst r.cek in the Audiew County circuit court, and thevt'l' was et aside. .)ni"i A Riniiks, Prohibition can (I't.a it vti-e piesident, says he was ! ...it . i '.nifi derate army, nor was I ue a ( " c' ' , lint lie was a rebel thio' . -.i i niijii Yes, there were lots of to ! ti..i. They were bu-hwhack"rs m, i ('nantiell at Lawrence, and Rill Am e -oil at Centralia. Clinton R l-Vk has sent in his ac e..aiii'i: of the Piohibilion nomination I About half the le'ter is taken up with abue of the Republican platform and parly, aim (lenuueiatioa ol tne ta-in, but not a word against ihe Democratic paity. Now you know what the Pio hibilion party'is for. The Democracy bought the old hypocrite in advance by making him president of the Indian Commission. The committee appointed to collect apples and other Iruits for the Horticul tural di-play at tho St Lotii Imposi tion, arc winking energetic illy to se- cure a meiilorious display. Ian is J .something to which every citizen of the i county should lend a helping hand. We believe that Hilt can capture the prize foi being the best apple growing comity in the world. Thine is n-thing that will advertise our county better and bring a good class of ominigrant to oiir county. We nave plenty of loom yet for men ot enterprise. --As 1). W. Thtnr.a and his son Har rv. were cro-sing Ihe bridge south of i John Callow's farm l ist .Saturday, the near horse became frightened and crowded tlie other off of the bridg ', precipitating team, buggy and baggage to the ravine below, a distance of fif teen fei t; foi innately. Mr. Thuma and his sou escaped from tho buggy before tlie plunge, and so escaped without in jury. Ry Ihe timely arrival of Ed and Dr. Davis' team and buggy, they wcrri extricated. Tlie buggy was slightly broken, otherwise no injury occurred. The Sextint.i. publishes on its inside pages a remarkable significant edito rial tioui the Alb.i iy, N. Y. Times. This paper has long been recognized ns ono of the Democratic papers of New York, and its position toward Mr, Cleve land's' candidacy indicates very clearly the presence of a large and intelligent element in ihe Democratic party which will decline lo accept his free trade ideas. It is becoming more evident every d iv that a powerful revolt is set in against free tiada among Eastern Democrats. We commend the article to the thoughtful perusal of our Democrat ic friends. An old friend of ours who hr.s here tofore been a staunch Democrat, and now sojourning in California, in a letter to us, speaking of the political situation s.-.ys: "Tho Chinese hubbub is not cutting any figure here in my opin ion. This county, Yolo, is Democratic but tho sheep men in the county will nearly all go for Harrison on account of the wool interests, which will no l doubt chango the political compleclion I of the county." Ho closes bis welcome letter "Hurrah for Harrison ami iwor ton and protection; home first, the world next, is my motto." The Rnrlington Junction bank would like to see John Harris. Harris was owing J. B. Denny, ns receiver for Smith & Andes, at Dotham, $13.60. His employer, A. C. Barber, was owing him but about $10. but agreed to ail vance the money if narri would Slav and work it out, which Harris agreed ! to do. Barber accordingly drew a check on the Skidmore bank, payable to J. R. Denny and enclosii g it in a 1 letter sent it by Harris to mail. Harris took the cheek lo the Ruilington Jnne ; lion bank, told the c.ishier his name ' was.l. R. Denny, endor-cd the cheek ' accordingly, got tho money fur it and skipped for parts unknown. This is scllitii out rather cheap. Frame is visiting relatives i The Democrats on me run ; They've made the biggest blunder i.us ot oi : ; They thunht they had a cock sure thins v ilh I Cleveland on I lie track. But ihej'll wish tli.it they could hide themselves Now III. due's Kt hack. Thcve ti-ok tn gelt hi;; lamlLslimen to heat the rrte-Trade fcoap. They've trotted out old Thurman for to help tlie tiling ali.UK; They've helped tlie Southern hrisadlcrs ourin- du-lri.-s attack. But they'll sip-iinn like Rconiia rattlesnakes -No'.v Blaine's got back. Thcv'd taakc our work'.nKini-n compete with laiRlish factory slaves. They'd cut our Xorllicni wjRes to tlie price that Kuropc uy ; They'd keep ihe dciil t'ovcrty nn every poor man's track. Hut ne'Il smite the rascals hip ami tlibjli Sow lil.iinc's F"t bulk. He'll show tiieiii haw their Free-Trade works in i:ii!;lanil's crouik-d mills; He'll tell them of tkn pauper graves the Free Trade uorkman fills ; He'll show what aivf.il wretchedness fills up their Free-Trade :efc. He'll give them facts and licures, loo, Now Blame's got hack. Protection for Americans, native or foreign burn. In workshop, mill, or co'.tea field, or Held ol waving i-orn : lift even vote be counted, no matter white Or black. And we're t-mind to have It, soon or late, Now Maine's got hack. We're liouiid lo hive rrotection, our homes and factories, too ; We'll hoi'oi every soldier brave who served his country trie-; We've pledged ourselves to principles, we nev er will retract. And we're bound to win with Harri-nii Now liiaiue's got back. Get letlei V. -Wal'cv at Waison. Dick Miller visited his St. Joseph Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wra on Monday last a girl bahy. A. J. Kelley and wife, of Dotham, were visiting friends in this section the past week. Mr. Tate Rrady and iiis sister Ids, ot Nevada, aro visiting with Forest City friends. Mi?s Emma Roccker has returned from St. Joseph, where she has been visiting fiiends. James A. Noe has threshed bis i wheat crop and measured twenty-five bushels to the acre. Tlie hail storm of Friday did con siderable damage to grain and in the way of destroying window glass The chances at the present time aro slim indeed, for turning Stoke's opera house at Craig, into a saloon. Louie Mooro has ptircha-od a lot from Henry Peret, we.it of the Fills pro; eity, and v.ill build a handsome residenc-;. C. S. G.iy ha opened up a cloth-j ing store in Monad City; accepting Ptiushoii & Whobici'ii store roomjiiit compli'ted. Dr. R P. D.ivis. of St. Joseph, has located in Forest City, and his office will be found at thu drag store ol L. 11. Luckhaidt. Tom H. Parish, of St. Joseph, we sec mentioned as a probable candidal f t Lieutenant-Governor en the Demo cratic ticket. The southwest Iowa and noithwest Missouri Veteran As-ocialion will hold their next re-uuiou at Shenandoah, Iowa, September 20-23. Tom Frv, Daniel Cachman.wife and daughter. Rev. Rowers and Thomas Wright, will probably attend the na tional encampment at Columbus. The complaint of the tarmers that 'here is no ib-Miand for hay causes some niifi.e wlii-n oiw considers the number.- uf asses wiio aro in existence. John Zaehman has sold his stock of w-.li paper and window shades to I-'iaiik Allen. We wish Mr. Allen much mii'ci-ss in his new field of labor. It mav be possible that the news papciswi 1 bo published in heaven, but it is safe to asumethat the people who ptepare circulation allid.iviis will be rigidly excluded. IIciu-v Moltcr, wife and two chil dren, Atlolph Ware.E. P. Ilostetter and wife. D'tn Kunkel, ami Ah Green will attend the National Encampment G. A. R, at Coiiimbus, Ohio. Our Forest City Methodist friends not content with the beautiful outride appearance of their hou-e of woiship, haye turned their attention to the in -nle, and now hao the walls and cell ing beautifully papered and otherwise ornamented. Rich Irwin leaves this week for Pueblo, Colorado, where he expects lo enter the employ of the A. T. & S. F. rai.inad. We commend this young man lothe people of fni-blo, and lo the flieers of the lailroad company as one every way worthy of their confidence and esteem. Malt Davis of Upper Holt is being strongly urged as a candidate forjudge fiom the m coud district. A large and sueces-ful fanner, public spirited and ot wide information, eminently qualifies liini for this po-ition. He would make a most excellent judge, and would cer taitily poll a large vote. George liner, J. S. Mavily, Henry Roselius and F. W. Walter are ppokcii of bv our Democratic friends as rmta- ble mm f:om which to make their nomination for Comity judge of the uppei di-tiiet. They are all most ex crllrul gentlemen. The Republicans up that .vay say they want either of the following gent'emen : Henry Danker?, II. L. U aid. George Gaskill, .las. Gaff--.iey. You be! they are gilt-edge. G. W. Murphy, "f Polo, Caldwell county, has been visiting his former college friend- in Holt eoua'y, the pa-l week, and as so much taken with our count!" and institutions, particularly our schools, that he decided to locate in the county and lias engaged the Union s;h'iol- for Ihe coining term. Mr. Murphy is a graduate of ihe Stale Uni versity "and a wide-awake young ma", and a valuable acquisition. We wel c Hue him. William II. Guii iams, a hright young man ot eighteen ears, ton of John W. Gmlliams, living four miles oulhwist of Craig, died Wednesday night of last week, lie took down with typhoid pneumonia about a week ago and giatlually grew wmse until the final ilissoln'ion cmie Ho was n young fellow admired by all his associates. We have not d ita at hand by which an obituary can be given. The funeral ser vice wi 1 be held this afternoon. Craig Leader. On Tuesday ol last week, an oper ation tor the icmoval of an ovarian tu mor, weighing about 2.1 pounds, was performed upon Mrs. Jno. Garner, of Iowa Point, Oy Dr. J. M. Richmond, of St. Joseph, Drs. Go-lin and Kearney, l tin place, a-sisling. Medicine is neces sarily a plodding profession, but it nf fords u- a great deal of satisfaction to nole that al'hutiL'li ils great resources ! arc developed by slow and laborious ! diligence, it is like that wingless little annual the poet speaks of "it gets there just the sama." Beforo the time of Eplnaiin McDowell, abdominal surgery as practised to-dtv, was scarce ly anticipated. Rut nowadays wpera tions within l he peritoneal cavity.wbich were then considered too hazardous to be legit male, are being performed suc cessfully everywhere. This delicate membrane the peritoneum which lines tiie abdominal cavity, has always, until within a lale date, been consider ed too sacred lor the prying ee of luedic-d investigation, only on the dis secting table, after life was extinct Now. the surgeon, who onee would ! have turned away with a shudder from I tlie white, glistening membrane cxpos i cd by his knile, and upon which his fuarliii fancy could lead, "Xvli ".nc '.ulcere,'' rips it open withuit a tremor, ami with the full assurance that he is robbing the grim de-troyer of his prey. Every yeir since the advent of abdomi nal surgery tuotiaands ot cases ot what ' were once regarded as incurable dis ' ease.-, have thus been permanently Cdr- cd. The patient was heard from on Saturday and is doing nicely, and her ' full itcoverv is uut doubted. Now IJIaine's Got ISack. An; -"The '.Vearuij,' of the Crcen " are frihuued, they're surely since the Won't forget the Priiiaries, I'Kl'lT August 18th. ! CKOWERS, ATTENTION. --Full Line of School Hooks just received at Kiii-r & Proud's. Full Line of Sclioo; Hooks just received sit King & Promt's. New supply lOeeounter goods at Priees I lard ware. Peter F Baker, ot Forest City, has been granted a pension. Miss Belle Stieckbein, of St. Jo seph, is visiting with relatives and friends. Joseph Hodgins and lady, visited in Oregon Wednesday, the guest of Sheriff Denny. There are scvrrl important points to be observed in the nominations of men for office, theso are prolieiency character, availability. It is said that "Bozy" caught sonic hail stones as large as big icd apples last Friday night. He will remain in side when the next storm comes along. L. M. Kaull, who a few weeks ago started for Colorado, for the benefit of his health has returned to his home nesr Forest City, not bein- able to pio ceed ou Ids journey, A Mr. Martin Dugger some two months ago amused hmisi-lf by giymg his wife a whipping and unceremon iously left for parts unknown is back again in Forest City. It was hoped by tec good people there that he had gone forever. G. II. Landrcy will leavo the first of September with his family for Xess County, Kansas, where he will engage iu stock raising, and make that his In liuutc. He will have a public fale on his farm threo miles northwest ot Oiegon, Saturday, August 23th. Stokes was determined thai Caleb Jes-e should not go to the Democratic state convention as a delega'e. As soon as ibis great tcniperance(?) lecturer read ihe not act lothe delegates, Caleb was duly tat down upon, and the de cree was entered ot record "Caleb, thou shalt stay at home." Messrs. B. O. Cowan and D. W. King addressed onr people ou Friday evening ia-t in tho Court Hou-e, in the interest of Third Party Prohibition. The audience was not a very large one but it was a higtilv intelligent one, and the speakeis vveie listened to with much interest. Married, at the Christian Church in this e'ev, bv Elder W. M. Tandy, August Oth", ISSf?, Mr. R. C, Benton and Miss Maty Landers. The wedding was a private one, and bolh the contracting parlies have legion of fiiends who join in wishing mem a long, nappy aim prosperous journey along life's rugged pathway. The W. C. T. U. has returned to the old quarters at the home of the Secretary, but changed tho time of meeting from Friday afternoon, to Thursday aflrinoon at S o'clock. The meetings are always open to Ihe public, and everybody i-" inost cordially invited. Thu subject for discussion this week is Parliamentary Usage. We do not know that the Phxtiscl will have any weight with the Holt county delegates to the Democratic State convention, but we do hope its vote will be cast solidly throughout for Mr. James Howe for Register of Lands and Jno M. Wood for Attorney Gener al. They can not possibly name two moie excellent and more thoroughly qualified ger.llemen wc know whereof we speak Upon the gallows tree he stood, The rope was gently swav ing. The sheriff stood with pallid brow, The clergyman was praying. "I hate to die the doomed one said, In terror idlv sqiiirniiu''. "Before I have a chance to vote For Cleveland and for Thurman" repare for Show tlie at St. Great Louis. Full Line of School Books just received at King & Proutl's. P. M. Zook has gone to Omaha and other Nebraska cities. Assessor Graham has about com pleted the listing of this town-hip. Ales. Van Hu-kirk has sold his fine daple grey mare to U. C. Benton, for $175. V l.ocl-rtf mnntinff TV . 1 1 lm ltpl.1 ,11 , .... ... I sleni on; Uon'i Drutse: wrap in paper; tho Grove near the Lnion scnool house i ,,. , . !,.,;,. i,allli ,'n.i..,r- There will be a no cling of the Holt County Horticultural Soei.-ly at the Court House in Oregon, on Satuiday, August 2.5th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Sub jects for discussion: "Tho Great Mis souri Fruit Show at St. Louis, and "the Marketing of our Fruit". As this fruit show is being made in the interest of the State, ami by coun ties to show up the best iruit sections of our stale, and there being no prew lums ottered, wc therefore lequest anil uige upon county to c-ine lo this meeting and bring in from live to tiltecn specimuns of each variety of apples, peats and plums Select perfect fruit; have the Fruit ' Attention, HepuldieansofForbes ' Touu-jhip ! ' You. ar-.l each of v-u. are .trnc-llv requested to ttieel at the.-ehmi! houe in Forbe- neitSat iird.iv, August I-th. at UvooVI.ick r. M.,-harp. for Ihe purisise of electing delegates to the c.iunly convention to be held at Mound City, August -JOat. l!y order of township committee. Wat. W Scott. Chairman. Holt County Ministerial Alliaiuc Meets at Craig. Tuesday, August SNt.ltisft, at two o'clock I st. rnooRvit : 1. Devotional Mt-t ling. led I.v W. M. Sapp. 'J. How In reach Ihe Ma-se- Willi the Ho-jh-I, led by I! 1. T.uipy. 3 Should places of Kefort he provided for our Yoiiin: t'eo-Ie, JoiK-eially ia tuvvus ami cit ies, A. .1. Vin-gi It-ln. the people throughout our schools. II. . I. LaTwur. a . t I.iims ol American Ub.c society, .1 :;. SavM'cu. ti Temperance iu our County. Inl l.y II. F. Ilnne. .1. A.xnnisoN-, Secretary. T. D. lloriCitTt, President next Sunday. Let all who can attend. Jiuiniio Donovan has sold bis in terest iu the threshing business to Will Smith, and the firm hereafter will be Smith & Meek. During the thunder storm of Tues day morning last, lightning struck a trea each for Uncle Sam t'hutls and Esquire Stnckey. The hail storm of Friday night did great damage in f-e Woods district, breaking glass, and damaging fruits, vegetables and corn. Our base ball club will cms? bats with the White Cloud club m this el'j next Friday afierooon. It promises to be an interesting game. We acknowledge a p!eaart call from Bro. L-iTonr on Friday Ia-t. Also wc were favored in like manner by Mr. B. O Cowan and D. W. King K-quire David of Coliinsville, Ill inois, accompanied by his daughter. Mrs. Burkhalter, of Nebrask t, aro visit ing wilh Mrs. Amanda Richards. Mrs. Anna Keeney who has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Alf Gentry, returned to her home in Doniphan county Kansas, Monday. Wo regret to Icaru of the serious illness of J. D. Donovan, of Koscndalc. the venerable father of "Jimmi '" Use your couuty. W. R. I.ALdHLlN, Secretary. County Court. In addition to the proceedings pub lished in our last week's issae, we add the fi Rowing: Tho collector was rel'eved fiom vijit mg the various townships for thepui-po.-e of collecting the current taxes. Ileuce our tax pavers must come m per-on or remit tin on oh the customary channels. The bridge commissioner filet! his rc poit on Ihe bui'ding ot a bridge over tiie Nodaway river at the Slate Ferry and tiie e.i'i-u was continued. Circuit Clerk, Alkiic, made Ins quar teily report which was apprwved and filed. The County Clerk also tiled his quarterly report which was approved and filed. Jin. E. Taylor and others pre-scnled a pell l-.ii asking lor an appropriation tor ihe building ofadich: iu southwest lo'irili of -ection 3, township it?, range ;57, in Forbes township and extending lo Missouri River, the amount asked from the couit to be equal to the amout subscribed lit p.uties interested. The :intter and feasibi ity ol rouie was referred to road commis-ioiier. Ihe court oidered the transfer of $3S5.'JG from ihe county reyenue fuud to the officers fund. The road commissioner was ordered to view the propose! location of a ditch limn (h mouth of Little farkio to the Lake on the I-land west of Forest City, and report al the next meeting ot the Donovan of the Union ncighboihootl. Jimmic and 1ns wife left Tuesday to '..,,., attend al Ihe bedside of the sick. j he Cot.n'y Clerk was ordered to Candidates are swinging round the ' advertise for bids for furnishing sixty circle, shadings hands and urging their . cow- of wood to the court house. clums for the offices to which they as pire, this is all right. But dont become too confident as m-iny are bound to be di-appointed. E. Van Buskirk and Jacob Ford executors of the estate tr the Judge R. II. Russel made their first settlement with the proba'c court this week.whieh showld they had paid out to heirs and others $140,000. Win. Bostwick, deputy constable of Union township, left on Tiiursd iv night ol last week, for Denver, Color ado, to ancst and bring io this county, a young man named Dixon, charged with seduction on promise of mairiage. The Woods Sunday School schol ars and friends will give a festival in the Woods school house, on Friday evening, 2lth inst., for the benefit of the Sunday school. Eeire-hmert, In abundance, and everybody cordially invited. Let cvciv Republican be punctual anil prompt in tho attendance at the primaries and see that none but prud ent men ate s.lected a-de'egates to the. County Convention ; dont stay at home and then grumble because you do not get your choice. Bruce Kinney's house is now about under cover, Charley Ruley builder. Ah Orcr.ne is now putting on the lirt coat of paint. Lora Raker has commenced won; on the Jesse Fitts residence, and Mr. Ruley "ill shortly begin work on the G. W. Cummins residence. The St. Joseph Exposition begins Monday. September 10th and continues for six davs. $C,0C0 is offered in speed Ono h'sndred do.Iars was oidered ap propriated for the lepam'ng of the pub lic road leading north frnm.Craig. On the petition of T. I. Kreek and others, a public roatl in Forbes town ship was ordeied vacated. The county attorney was ordered lo probate the 1 1 tun of Holtcounly against the estate of Henry Storey. Peter Sipes, Jr., w is appointed road overeer lor district No 5. The court refused lo grant dram shop hcen.-e to Geoige Smith at Craig. Tlie county clerk preeuted the tax books lor 18SS, and the same being ap proved by the couit, were ordeied mined over to the county collector. County Clerk Kunkel, piesenlcd the asscs-mcnls and civilization of railroad and te'egraph property m ihe county which was acted upon by the court as the law du el led. It was ordered that the judgment in case of Holt county vt. Canon & Robin son be revived. St. Joseph's Great Fair. The above caption makes its appearance an nually and Willi llllle change, because there is no oilier name for it. The title Is fully earned and the St. .loseph Inter-State Kxpo-ilioii istie ing rcisignized as one of the permanent institu tions of this count rv. This vear it will hegln on Munday, the loili dtv of September, ami w ill continue six davs. I he coming exliibilioa will be tlie lentil anmt.it fair of this assocutmu. and Ihe directory is de termined lo make it Hie crowning oueoi the de cade. 1 here will be Hie itsiiai atlraciion-in ailili'.inu to the line ru-inj'. display of nl.ioiled stuck, exhibit ofagrienltnral pn-Iiicts.&r. The crop-of the Missouri Valley t-ein-- assured, the disi.la, ol cert als wilt not oulv be lute, hut tint farmers will have money to throw at tint birds " Kansts Citv holds no lairlhisye.tr. hence many of its p tlrons must ei me to St. Jo seph to.see'wh.-tt I lie season has produced Link out fer the 1-lggest crowd ever on the grounds. lZxcursioti rates on all railroads. ItlaitlaiHfs ISig Fair. The List Monday, Angust 27th is eagerly looked forward to, not so much becau-e of its being on the eve of the commencement "of ihe glad days of golden Autumn," but because it starts Maitland's big lair. The coming event has been extensively advertised and theiei.y uineh interest and inquiry awakened concerning our fair. The premium list, which this year as uiual, is broad and liberal, admitting fair and friendly competition from township county and state, no matter where Incited. We can, as a people. .irnininms nr.ii tne exnoiuoii iiiis xear promises to excel any ot the previous w m-'re 1 o .I,,. n...fiiimn ! anil Wl Clious on mi. paui.i mi. ......v. ... Ir.,.i. eviuiut,,,,, the .rreali.-l. in the. he issncM-ilion ! we siiouut inaivc tutu jii ii.uiuii.ii Mr. Earnst, ihe secretary is doing hi utmost to make every ilepartment es pccially attractive this year. Nodawav Countv Republicans on Mondav lust selected the following I delegafes to the senatorial convention which meets in Mound City on tho j 30th. Ira Alderman J. W. Porlcr, J.l G. Greens, Phil Growncy. Henry Mc Mullen, John Guru, J. L. Til-on, C. ; D Black. Thns Davis, J C. Aden. ami Thus Fleming, Atchison county sends the billowing: John F. limn. A. II Barley, W. L. Mceler, D. J. Green, J. W. Peck, and T. L. Thompson. history of the association; and to this end wc can contribute, in one way or another; connly pride adds not a litt'c to the argument urging oneness of pur pose and action in the matter of con tributing articles for the ilotal, agrtcul tin a', hoH-ehold departments or ani mals for tho ring. The exhibit of neulh; work la-t vear was very creditable, so al-o in all other departments, but we dcsiie to see all the departments this year fully up to and il" possible superior to all previous fairs. The farmer ought to see that he is fairly represented by tho bigotjst and best of everythm a The colored people of Oregon and , ted tlie following delegates; to the state. icmity are. arranging for a grand ce'.e- convention, J T. Thatcher, Jno The Democracy at their convention j f.,rm produces, at agricultural, and at in Forest City, on Saturday l;i-t selec- tie f,tock pens Be energetic and enter- prisin". Show specimens of Holt's im vicinity are. arranging lor a grand ceie- convention, o i. luaienur, .m. i nien-e crops, grains, vegciaoics, inms, J ... .... 1.. . ., V , ... tVir, ..(ill . ... .1 .1 1. brution In honor ot Lincoln's r.man- stokes anu ai orumnauuu, m wc jou.-, an(i crops, r-tucr someimng. ah such cipation. September 22d. Thov are i cial convention, Henrv Shutts, Samuel negotiating to secure Hon. J. II. Pel ham, superintendent of the Hannibal colored schools as oratnt. We are per sonally acquainted with the gentleman and regard bim as one ol the most brilliant gentlemen of his people in the state. Call tor Prohibition Convention for the Fourth Congressional District. A convention to name a candidate for congres will meet in tho courl house at Maryvide, Nodaway county, at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesdny'Septeiuberlltb, 1884. Each County will be allowed ne delegate for each .VOand fraction there of, ol l's voting population oaseu on the vote of '81." D. W. King, member J and three children l...ilii-nian anil David Kennedy. "Our John" succeeded admirably in "down ing" Caleb Jesse as a candidate for delegate, and he succeeded for belter than he did in Ins recent tilt with Sam O'Fallon before our county court on Friday last. Pool, Johu. Sunday alternoon tho manglrd body of Tins. Martin was found beside the K. C. St. J & C. R. railroad track near Lanrrdon. Both legs were cut off go to make up the warp and woof of the interest wlncn has heretoiorc mane our fairs successful. As we have often urged take the week from hard labor and attend the fair. A-ide fiom the business of exhibiting stock and competing for premiums is the social aspect. In a large and pros perous county like ours, with her thou sands ot population, friends do not get to meet each otheroften if at a distance. At the fair they can meet, shake hands and the body was otherwise broken ami' and talk over uie events oi me nuer crushed, showing that death bail been vcningtimessinceUstthey met. Amen ;m.iiwiii. The victim of the tin- ! can people are so engrossed with btisi- ..,.'.. .,i., trrro,u- vie ti inrniiT about lies- that ordinarily we have no tunc t ll'liuiimi. fc-r.--'J ...... .- - . to rears of iie. and be leaves a wife for ph a-urc. fake things easy The Institute. The Institute closes (ills week. It has been a period of hard study and honest work. Many teachers manifested their zeal and enterprise bv an exp-n:llturc of thu" and money, to better ipi.tlifv themselves ami keep abreast of their profession These teachers are worthy of ih- highest praise and an' deserving of publio p itronage. Til- naniesof ttiosi wiio Ihussae raficcd llieir time and Money tit better qualify themselves for ll.e work soon to be entrusted to Cieir hands, appeared in lite pre'.Ioiis issues ol Mills i a;tt-r. School Hoards should examine liie.se ami give preference to ihem who attend Iusiitule. If water is mt kept in ir.otl-it il be comes a .stagnant pool Inun which nothing good can come. Ihe mui.l becomes sit-gisii mid dull from want ol exercise It! the line of study and tlie I earlier who does not brighten up U not de serving o! the public confidence or .atrimage. Fresh'.-tiid wholesome water cannot flow- from a stagnant pnnl. All praise to the teacher w ho keens ins mhi.l fresh and keen, and strives tit stand at the head of his e Ming. The enroll ment has rrachf-1 the usual number, and made the Instilutc a il iltering success. Thcipiality of work dune, leads any dune at any previous lime, fro I. Warrct is a tireless and able worker and to his gigantie-i-ilorls is due the praise and glorv. He needs no comment nothing that we could say would add one jot or tittle to his prestige as a teacher ami a gentleman. It leaves wilii grat'ful regards and memory of us a". I'm'. Kellogg is lo be congratulated on the successful progress and termination ef the In stitute. He deserves the praise of all those in terested in the ediicatlanal ntatterof our county. I'rt.f . Warren's lecture on the "(In-at West,'' w as full of eloquence, power and instruction. He laid lef ore us the Inagniliceitce of the won derful dom tlrs we-l of the Mississippi Kiver, in an urlgtit.il and attractive manner. He mention ed the evils that infv.it this vast domain in a conv ineinz and plausible argument, rolygams and Catholicism wen; chief nmniig them, aim could be counteracted by the Influence ot tho common school. I'riif. Brown gave a dehght lul reading al sterrett's )era House last Mon day nliiht It was amusing and Instructive. Ho showed some iHtwer and .skill as alt elocution ist. I'ri-f. Klt'tt lecnired at tlie rresbyterlau church list Wednesday evening sucject "Th Creative I'rinciple in Literature." He took th" gmund that national character crystallzes Into national llli-ratnte, and that in turn to be en during, must embody the creative principle. lCnii.lionnl literature appeals to ihe sail! and al wavs finds a reSHinsive tendency in tlie heart of in. in. Cntil human nature is changed, mind will he laid bare to mind and kindred souls Will beat in unison. Miss Con Frye entertained the teachers in a most delightful way on last Tuesday with twit of herseiii-lions. Dr. In-ver gave the Institute the benefit of a dissection of a sheep's eye Wednesday. tlnuit Iindiiil has been nursing his proboscis of Lite. He catches hall with his nose, tics tin cans tit dogs' tails, wrestles vvitli the calves, and slirs up the crowd In general, (rant Is a genius :tnd rcllects lustre oa ids illustrious name sake. This Thurs.'av there will be a business meeting at which officers will be elected. and Important business transacted. On this Thurs day evening occurs the annual reunion, and all will be ended but the cmrl.il test examinations on Friday. May prosperity and happiness: throw their gentle embrace about you and shed a halo of glory on your way for the ensuing je-ir. Is Ihe wish of thr.-sK.VTI.vr.i The following is a complete list of the teach ers win. have allciied the institute and also where those will teach who have secured schools : OREi:of : J. W. Kicff. principal ; school begins Septem ber 3rd. Kale Ilavhill: grammar. Susie Heeler: 4th department. I. ticy Kauclier ; --'lid department. N.uiiie Frv; 1st department. K.tle Folk": May Flower : September ."rd. Daniel Sclialte ; Illuff City: September inn. Kale Harbour : Chamit-Ts; September Sr.!. Maud McKnigtii; White; -September 3rd. Irene li. IIev; Niekt-lIS Crave: September 10. Missouri KcilJ ; Lincoln; September loth. Henrv linstock; Fairvietv. Sam. Uuiey; Klra-ry; September 3rd. Fran'- KnstiKk; i:-irrl)ak;September2Itli. Matlte l'crct;M": Hope; September 2lth. Xetlie Csok, F.bn.i Kvger. Anna Thima, Cyntha Keeler, ltrtv Kelley. I.uhi Dobyas, Kale Cn-ene. Itosa Weigle, David Auileraun. J. Tritt. Anna Ilarltonr. Jiocxit citv: W s. De.in-iiiiit; principal; school begins Si-t-temherrinl. .lulii Metier; 1st Itit-rnifdiate. 1 1 at Hi Ilnllcnl-et-k: t'ml Primary. M iry Wade : l:ns-i drove : S--ptmber Ird. C. ;'. l-iinloit : Llalr ; Cc'ol er 1st. Vielallren: IlWiig en: Set t ember 3rd. A. !.. r.runil.aiigh; Pine Hill; September 3rd. M. C. nrtunbaiigh: Center; October 1st. M. W. llriiinhaugl: : squaw I'rerk; October 1 F. F I'.nrnclt: C.i.rdeit : September 3rd. .1. .1. tll.iss; Kim Crove. .Inn. r.levins; shiloh : o.to'ier 1st. II. M. Houston: New Liberty. .1. II. Fickes ; Mineral Springs ; October 1st. Ab-x Nixon ; I.'tke Shore. .1. 1'. Carrett ; Cottonwood. . , Mollle Haiglcr, Ccrtrmle FJdr, W- O-Tandr, (ra Forney. i on est citv: W. K. Johnson : principal ,- school begins Sep. temlicr l.tlt All'.e Wilkinson; Intermediate. Kate llowley; Primary. Jennie Martin : lirush College. Joseph Schac)fcr;Sclt.teirer. Veila Varvel ; Taker : September SWi. Minnie Clements ; Wilson. .Sldiiev Utl.b; lleut-.u : September 3rd. Saiiie Tmknr; Walnut drove. I. It. M"rg in; li.tuks; September 3rd. p.-fl.t Varv.I. Minnie Martin. De 111 Msg ire. I'll.i ikilfrey, Agnes Dickson, Mary Combs. 31AITUVXII. J. F. Kellogg : prhnarv : Septcn.b 'r 17th . Miller; Intermedial!-. Lulu Clinditiirk : Primary. Lulu Med-ker : Franklin. .1 . W. I'.ilterM.u ; Ihciilaliil; mi piemocr n-in. 1 .illin.loiics. of Late Committee for oth Congression al District. j John M. Wood, of Clark county, j has been interviewing a number of our , Democratic brethren in Holt county, in ' reference to his candidacy for Attorney Ceneral beforo the Democratic conven ' lion. lie is ft mn-t excellent ffentlemen. every wav worthy, and we have often poor circumstances. . wondered how in thunder he crct got in tothc Democratic party Barring his hor rid politics, he is one of the best men in 1 the stale and we regret we vveie unable to meet, him; we should hare been glad to shake him once moro by the hand. ,J n i ........ - j lUUF,llillv-'. , and he leaves a wife for ph a-urc. Take things easy, (tet cuaiii. n to mourn his death, j liberal, open your good heart and your .inniei:e.imoii; primary ttep: i alive at midnP'ht last f-ood purse and come, and with you i o. l Light ; h. i-o. was on b way" home bring lour family. They will, you hav, j J?;K. -'iX lartm-nt. He was last seen nlrrlit. when hit frnm riioios. where he had been with nnrtv of triciids. He was considerably intoxicated at the time, find it is sup noun! that he sat down and went to sleep on the railroad track, and was run over Dy tlie uowh passenger, woikeil hard all the year creation. i-1 Attend the fair. ind need re-j LydiaCoini.s WE WILL SELL YOU j DKY GOODS, ' DKliSS GOODS, ; NOTIONS, ! GUOCEIMES, ! BOOTS & SHOES, Etc., i AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. KUEElv & WATSON, i Oregon, Missouri. CLOTH I V! CLorillXi: ! CLOTHING! CLOTHING I CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! CLOTHIGr! CLOTHING! -AT KREEK & WATSON'S. Haw HQ..,! Meadow Grass for sale by the acre, yielding two and a half to) three tons per acre. Not pas- tured this year. J. FOSTER MARSHALL, Mound City, Mo. lileli Dale JfKlV POINT. M.lllie Morris : New 1'i.iiii. .1 V. Morris: l:ii-hvil'.t-. J. li. Morri. :Cnlp. J. C Morn-: Wo.. ils. (Kiiiv Mmris ; 'I nun ph Ada i:erss. lUOKI.ow : C O Detmv: lligelotv-; September ITIh. Id t Smith; I'le.isant Hill ;Oi-lol-r 1st. Eunice I urpiii, St mbo ;S..ilciul.-r 3rd. roi:i::s : Press Caldwell; Forbes. ;. A. l-augtilhi; Lonesome. onvii.v.v: : Esther lb.yer ; Furrka; September lOlh. K.:TKlCK: II. A. I'.T.vels; Wallet r ; ci.-!i.l-er I-t. i;. V. Murphv. iirctldtveil countv; Liiitni. ' "TOur N'evv Spring Stock of Clothing !ia Just r ' !T...... ...i un. inor tir-n.ired III sell vo:l iciniliiiizasCheai.asani'inecali.s- lln North- I wns.. mouev on other remedies, ' west Missouri, we I nhsolutely never fail. Sold by llinde ' Will Not be Undersold by Anyone. 1 & i-hiibruk, Oregon, Mo. ' Tiik real purpose of the Prohibition i-is i. nnre clearly shown by the I'ro : hibilioin-t.s of Minnc-ota than is nsua; t in other Northwe-tern .States. Tl. y b.ivi- i.ionosed to the Democrats that ii -lthciimatism and Neuralgia t ured the hnter will al ow three I rohibilio:. in 1 to 3 days for IT, cents by Detchon'.s ; ist electors on their national ticket th.. "Mvstic Cute." Do not -uffcr and three will bind themselves to vote f... l ins : iiu.n.nm it' i - - - ir..ts are con-iitlVriti th il:Vr.