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To the Republicans of Holt.
"Tn.acenr.bmcM with ,au .nrder of tin. - Republican fluite. (ommitteo a call is her-hr ibMied lo the voters r I I.b. v ml biAii.lniMur Unit hii,i t.. ,.... . till'ir PjflfCtlVf ptIS'lllCtS 1)11 SATUl'D W.APRIL IG. o'clock, li. In . to select : at : delegates on 1&2, of K'M- who shah meet a! K-ire-,: 1'ily, SATCRDAV. AHJILSi. i-it 10i!i:i. in. for tin purpie-o ting hix delegate t i tic Rc-pulllcull T"i?!at (on (iiitum to iM-ivfiio at JeuVr n City, on Wediedav April 'Si. to Select delegflteH t-t ihe Nut uu.d I'e- publican Cinve.-ilii-n ; ix delegate.- to : .Statu ('invention in .ToTorMiu t.'ii v . ; 5W. 183i to i...au..ite ; ami to select til K Illllill'Ull V hleil CO.,Veiie-. TiuirMl.iy. April i-tiit" o!lii-ers. .mil also to seieel lfl-r:it-- (- attend the ' Omgressioi.al Citm-nti'in lo n-lact dis lrict delegates t i the -'tionil ijniv.-ii- , ttson and tiiiisri-ii il ciudnlnte when -hh1 convention shall h: c.lltsl. At i-.vd primaries tin- voters sh.il! -el.s-t tnroo ' township ciiuiiiiitteemen. the i-:-.iiiin..n of whicn fh ill a in ai or ol tho ' (2 tunly ('etdr.il C romitto". wh i will luwt at K.ro-t 1'ity on tiid date alt nv mentioned for thu nnR of urg-iiiiz imr the ne.v C unity C ltral Committee. ' The baiU of apportionment in (I) ', -4lel.ir.ite for each thi.-tv CM and fractii n . of liftfHii or oyer i-nt for Henjami Slur- ri.soD, for proLiilt at in I ;Sr-, and is low: is lol ' 1Vvn-hijn. lh-nton : Itigelow Chiy Lilwrty Lincoln Hickory lnion Kist Lewis "West L?wi:i 1'orlxM Ti Mia way Wtes, D. legater-. 'J 1 C4 ltVJ lol :m K'.i 137 II 0 4 If i further deirml tl-.nt all the mem-1 "tv of the present Omntr O-mtral : C i.nmittro meet at Forest Ciy. as nb.ive stnted iiiiuiediHtely upon ailjourn ment of said lielogate comenlioii. a O. Pkiu it. Chairman, Or. Central Com. Uorv. Mortms. Sii-'y pro teni, Co. Centrr.l Com. it'lrthli(':i:i ;iy. Tho us;incii.d elertioas held this week thrnugtiut tliu coui.try hve prm'en to be rvtl li-tter days for tho ICepubhcauB In Michigan. Wrcomin the larger cities jiud principal towns h ivo i. -versed their elerlions and have placed thu.iisnlves in iha coltimos of U piibiiunuisT-. Xota blynmong thest) ar- L tiisim, .T'?!ts..p. Ijattlo Crcelt. U.-al u- 'shohogg.in. .5-iu,iiV. lhe.-ocitie-.havo heretofore lHn Deinocratie. In Ohio, tho Ruprisehas h-vn r-jually as great for tho Doino..T.-wy, l.ijton. Columbus. Cinnimuiti d" Cleveland rdl L'oinir Tfcmiblicnn. In our sister oitv of St. J seih. : niavor W. M.Sbenheid aud the St-nub- ! - lie w ticket entire was elected bv band- 1 71111.7 lllilJUl III.". 1 lit? IWpililUlIU l UII lliis way send greeting: to tho It-pub-"licam r St. Joyeph. and opecially to our former fownsa: in, W. R. lIofTaiunn who wits electml -it. attorney. AH h.iii, Republicans of St- Joseph. Ojioii the tJiior.s. It is a long step toward civimr io women ino itoneniii oi mo samo niluir tnrv'Tiiel uliii'll men e:.n ili.Ii.in In Tln 1 country wluu Valo University aunoun-j 'ces itt purtNiso t. open i.o graduato de partment to both fi-xi's. There, are lame, numb.-r of coiiejjes scattor.nl nil dver tho L'uitcd States where !th male j and f:tuale, students arc adu.lttcd on nc cHjuulit). au.i study nd work to gether for the acTiirement of u eh.ssicji education, but no! e of tho sre.rer and ind old established institutions of learn ing hnvo followed the esamj-le wt l.j Osford and Cambridge imny yeirj siarr of admitting r;om"n to training for the highest education known. Vale' ex ample will unquestionably be foiioued 4y Kavvard. Princeton. Col.imbia, Ihiit ontwth. and t.ther leading edu-'atio:!.-!! tnstitutir.ns. Thu oj-.fnng of Vale's doors is therefore the ope.tiing of a jia. -era of education to wsiain mini. Tiiw Oltl Htm-y. I5y-tho liftoenth of this morsMi two i uioro largo IndiHr1. res-.rv.itMiis arc to be i puenuil to the pahhc for ststtlement. Ttio Arappaluve and CheyvJuo TA;?rva. tionsintha Ind'an forntory, a:nl the Kisioloi: re3orv.ition iu Otkota are the ; Innds to ba olTored. Already prepnra lions for iuvasioii havo been ma lo b. j louutiess wtllyrs who urn clmtereit . about the boiinda' tea ar.d vrmting for tho govornment tr,ni. n to rn.;ke a rush and grub tho for gratuiti-jaa rati! Since tiia ope.ning of Oki.thnnja thi In lv the exitrience every tiaie :i : new fcorritory has hern turned over in l gift to tlio while man. And each time thoro has been many disippointc-d heads) una oppres"ci nearis iioo:iiii. u:e in r.- chosen land did i;ot provi lo he entirely ! a prolonged picnic. j It is not a part.cuhirly pleasing pprc ' tacle. this headlaug d.irtfor n visionary naptim.'VBs, winch .seems to swim hetore . thainvadora' oyes hki a rairage and on- Iv fades away after a couple of months' - (iillicult nnd arid existence in trvingto 5Ititj viciuals in tho cabin and pence r Aitb tho iiiiighhor.i. Mr. IHiuur.s I?.u Usi:l. i. ... i t,n .1 .,! l, ) .m,i t,; I ,, mn lK 1 "Vr . i f, uu jn." "Ib J followers cans, ill fon-e t5.. froo comrgj bill to a direct vote in the l.uuso of rep. reentatites. But, if eo, of what avi.il will it ba, that tho opp.nonts of tl.o bill havo learned their true strength by a test vote? The recent sot-back for tho free coin nee tnen should have the effect of cm ' 1 Kolidaliug the opjKisilion to the Mam! ; bid. It has U-en dbiuonstniu-d hat t -. ; EiUoradvocato:iover-rat.dtheirutreng!l:. ; It has also been shown that tfiiKc who oppose any present tMnpering with the currency laws can make as brilliant a iinb ioi ii iiit-jjuir u in ei. f.ii'.riusi'. j They should follow up their temporary ! TiCiory py r.iauuinc closer loneiner mail ever in defense of a round carrcccy. Tho immediate etreet of the temporary defeat of the Hland bill should b to quiet the prevailing uneasinec.i m tinan rial circles. Tho tendency to hoard gold will bo less apparent. Tii business woi id is iin.:k to takw id.irm at tiie prospect of a disturbance ..." - . 1 . , ; itiiii .11.1-iiiiiiui.u, i.e. lvi in national finance, hut it has been clear- r'e i the most prominent figures in the j.lnct, y Iv shown Hint no such dihturhanco is in j t-tormy period of Midsoun's historv. and jrj,,, hc,rKil- Karo'-lmen i'tiinitsliate prospect. -s vhivl justice of the Court of Claims j ..tje-iar., x ,)0r wul 0r I at V:itiiuuoiit ilieu m tiiat c-itv. on the . r " i . it . . - So intelligent c:ti::en of either roun ' try behoved that Knglstid and the Unit -tyi States would bei-onie invulved in a war ovt-r the llehritig sea contr.tversy. Nevertheless tho gravity of the iiitu :ith:n, had I.-trd Salisbury remmiod etub'oorn, could not ing have been itm realed. Our governmect us:.i s.ime very plain language ixforo ids lordship sent letter, v.iiieii is interpreted on i:JI sill. sis Uirftnayu.ir a xii.uKi.-Hio;i nn treat tint.una urt to reaish an amic j JiOie .mat seuiemeni. i Lord Sahshurv Iit" not renewed the ; tnoihn viveiidi f.ir tins year, bat he! l!gree.5toalvis;isor.s..ttleai..at of j.ros j pteli'.o iiamai:t-.s that must consider ! rd fair. If the arbitralon-- f nor the Kngl:..!i contention as to s-eahn; nuhto ' j:i Uchrcng sei. then -Jiey f h.i'l also as-. disc, and who runs sevi nil pudding wag-1 utotnery, last Fridav night. April 1st, it fiess d.im.T;e.s to liritish interests n loie : ons. hd one of !iis horses badly cut and fceia" " tho occasion of her sixteenth lho arbitration tn-aty i.s p?ndir.r. If the burned ith n lariat. Tho wound re- birtl7d.iv. Tho entertainment was be-d-.-issoii shall bo favorable to thu Untied J fu?eil to hii.l. Tiie horse became lame ' fitting to the day of tho mo.ith on which States, then Britain shall pay similar t and stdf notwithstanding careful atten- j ,j, oriuirred. Miss Nellie proved to be an damsges to this cotintrv. In neither ! tion nnd the npi hcation of remedies. ' amiable entertainer and her frieirds cape, can coniptainl by made t.f injustice A friend handed Sawyer wjmeof llnllc-r's ' j.rt.ftijy cn'oved her liospitalttics. to dittouted'itt.'csts. 1 lJarb Wirt. Liniment, the most wonder- ..Tii2 public will bo glad to hear that the United States ser.afo his tatill"d j the' hk-hring sea arbitration treaty. The I enmir.ls-iiiGr.rs should l nnmisl and tho whale controversy iherefcat jujr. . aiiudieatel during 'ot a Tool Pny. The tirst day or jini is uaiv. r.illy re . Kr,," :w a lj '"" t;"! ! l'e l"l'"'.v I'f-ihks . o" ;i.-h ulher. Ihit whoever 1 piayed that, wind uii m win evidently in io ui'owl for foolifhncss but .1 iii dead ....most on thu subject of deranging tueu's plans. It to seldom that msi It iierc gnle ever p irv-es ovei tiii ipirl or Utv v u:stry . I'iie f"iroj rtisiuri!! at v.i riou-. ii!,u:rt ranijed from . to iiiil.-IN-r hour. !I-r it was wtiinalfd at fit lit To. Xearly every hoiiulioMt-r inn iVith ltssT. io tin-destruction of lenef.-. pmN, Hut-, oilthou s tr ire-". It v""tl! ho iaim-)i.ill to I'.'iiiinvrato tlio tl.iin.iu'' done, tut numerous were th.i c.mji. T:ie mcIi.ijI homo loll ab ul hKi feet j ro lilioi:, the. O.U l'.!lo.v's h.tll twoehnu neys and a number of window lijilits. Tiu tl.a f-tatr on the Wjdl.iud hotel j na-i ln'iit over to the north. Thu court hoiii-e lost a I'hiuiiiey. ). Kuukel. Jr.. ' a shed roof to his barn. Tnira were ujt rooted. A largo tine Nor ay iri iv at' iliss K ilo Li"hui'-r's was bloivn iver; nl ' ft ono at Mtm. .Mary H.imllVj'sfoiiier j residinioe. and very m my fruit treex, es p-ca.ly thosotlmt were a httlj deeaye.l. : ut.re blown over. The luis m lliee was. :i t very reit b"e.iiihv it was onlj a i (i.'stM.i of a iitt'etime wii-n lliey '..'otd-J f.i:l do vn .uiyiiow, bjt ;o.ui' .s umi trm's wre d.i'iiaeed. SIumUm from ro if.s at . times till.il tho air. lV-di-slnn-is were blo.vn about the Ktr.w-i, and for u:nv toe sober and tho drutm:i were on an .,v,u.., ., u, H KMran-es iwjmiB , 11.1111 Lll.T Sill IMI.ll.lllJ that much (iiausgo Mrr:.l . S,.rl-' "il f....t d. '!) feet I i wide ami SU feet long was l ::ioii--let' land iii'u.i of tho hi:ii'i r of f.tiieh it i was L..:ilt converted i.ito i.iuiUiug wootl. ! Tormul t ih-.:!i'rel in vn-iirm nails of Konsa-! and ..ebMbka.an.l jn all perhaps lof) imrsous wero killed or serio!i.-J no indod. and -sibly the i:undr may lable. On Monday v.o i..id :ii:thr blow, ptrong enough to i.rsJ't tiiuch of th temporary repairs done, after hist j i .eii.ji r riui.ll. I Ills itiiiuieil I. nil oil Fi in... ....... 'i'i ... r .ii.. t ... Sunday and hiindav night, v. ii;eh came iu frhoweis;, the eot.jlti.ling onehoing (early Monday mo. ning. wiu-n threnoiie ! 1 iinmlredtds of iiicli ,f inudily water! j fell, leaiiug its mnrk upoa cvorytMnir it ! ; toiiehed. the wii ilev.s showiog it more j plainly than anything i l'e. ll:s aai. ! douotless caused by a turn.id.i eume iheie south of us. Niitl.er I:cks nor Foster forei..;.' this movement. What kind or a shower we are to li.no nen we are not going to tell, hut will report it after it dxs cotiif. Oj Sunday last w had a hail storm which was .juito heavy along Mill Crek. breaking a largo amount cf glasr. Some of tho hailstones were tjuito large, spec imens !iav:ng oeon measured that were iw.Pri'Trhu.iieter. Siiiriv werii'as larg.i as a hen's eg, and vory mueh like, one in npe-irance. Tho roaring of tho haii was heir.! for tcu miuutca alter the storm passed. Obituary , Ihe.I. at her homo near this city. luoaisy iiioruing. M.irct. -.1. IbiTJ. Mary Ada. i l.test daughter of John It. and i Heho i:idi:r. fAtiii-. h inds of i.arenLs ! anil friends snw ev.-r ready to minister j country suits iiiui. to her dying necisMil:e.5.-i:i'a!.iKE,t pain j . s-indav morning March 27th. we hiosly she p. .-sod u.nvn to that silent tI(l tWr, .,;,..,.. n, r llt,p.nnc Rev. nv.-r that all must cross without humim ir j. jj,mtr preach for the hut time, help. Muvs rdder wa lvoru m Holt ..t .lt fr Mma time, and tho following cotifty Mo. .Inan ..0. J;s4. ago It years. .uIir.d;.v morning lie twk his depar b ihcnUir. a;-.,l l;Ki:.yr-. I.;ri!.g tiiescliwi ir,.. .iCvr'aud. with baggv nnd team to yearo. If53. .X) she at'emied the Oregon .i. e n,.l,.1 Mispioa io'lCsi.is. where ni"ii dc.ioin. jinre. na eervmnere. sn. n u:e iwi-raioi o-un iut ter.euer and . if.llo-.l sill,: .':il5. v iillfi vlut iv:i.; :iTTen.. mg Foh"u!. and ihnii h jirotracted i mceung nei.i m ivd. i. v.. i;otiiog.'iarn aasi ine past, r o. me i.nn nan rnurcn. in lhi cif.. the conftssod lit-r Saviour 1 and was hliise.l with Him by b.iptism to arito and walk in that newness of life ...1 -..:.; 1 .. , , . iv.t-a and geueroas to l!ii-o with whom , c-.he was it-i.-ociuted slio won tho c-sticm ! said love- of ail with uhm she tnr.iwr. ia contact. Her christian wai life. though ihori, was full of loving doiotiou lo her God and an earnest desire to la- ; ber fur tho upbuildiinj tho Mustc.-'.-. cr.ue. LiMving life at tho time when wc tore it must and when there is most in it for I which wo desire to live and most upon : this earth that wo love, still sho wn I viliing to hnvo. bcdiise lie bj.:e h. r i. i lo do. 'lo her tho parting was on.y '"id J hecauso sho thought of tho dear one: ! she would leave wecuiasr and us iur.r.ii: f..r her. To hr a d'.parluro was to be with Christ v.hioh was Tor the liettor. "To live was Christ and lo die gam." The fsin.jral F&rvicss wore conducted frotu the Ohrhtian church in this city, Wednesday, March With, by Eld J. P. Craig. pa-.or of tho Chni;li:in ciiurch at Freit City and Horace Siberell, p istol of the Ciniftiau church of thi.-f. There w is al.- t urei-nt Kevs. Stephen I5!an:'h 1 aril, ot is city, i.nd hif. J. C McOuerry. i i of C:nto:i, Mo., who uKo assisted in the j servi-.-es. After the services tho remains ! wore laid to rest iu tho Mapie Grove ceuialsrv. rj. A Wise Measure. .ate amendment to tho house hill lelaling to loans by national banks is of high imparlance to the business commuiiily. Too amenduu'iit authorizes l the ir.cream of national bin': circula tioa up to the par vahio of the L'uited i Suites bonds deposited to secure this . ! ;irm:at!un. Tho itniotint of eirenhiliiin i .lii.iwul umW tho nres.ir.t st::tiilo is ) t ' i:en-..i;l. TIih United Slates b in. U e.re Uolii'ir at fsr above their nar v.ihi-j. Tiie ' change proposed could bo made with I perfect safety. It would increase the ' amount of currency in circulation by I i ww i:vcry dollar or this in crease would Lo as goo.1 as a dollar iit, , . , , i. .i,.:. " ' ........ - , : I gre..icr volume o. currency wiuiki oe i I H 1.1.. .... ; 1 1 ii''ll "l"l ''ir, VP TUIilll. Ill lilt. V. 1 .11 II llll t is ub.1. Alio .viuif ii.iiri .11 ,1. e.. I ........ ,..11... tho Cur- j rcucy tlrot-g y aitviicalcs tho measure, j snd eminent liniiucinl authoritieh genoi J ally favor it. The senate amendment si.ou.i bo tn.ictcd into law. Soitiif.ijs congre-nea make no con ,.t,ailIlf.llt of tllt,ir alisist v OV(,r Ulo e,r,.,.t f...,,,-,, ,.:lvnr 1..11 pass Oongresiniim Livingitoii'd sti'.temeid that it will cay so tho Democrats the j states is ,an"v' wiutlii' practically endorsed bv i n Dem.srnit.'i. Senator , Vauce suvH it render.-. ih- situation very j grave i md he fe.'.rs tho result. Con- srressman Watstin. of (.tooru-ia. ivs it ' will ceitainlv cau'50 lio'irgia, nnd prob j ablv several" other southcra ttes to1 chobio Alliance electors. ! ("liarlcs O. Jr:ii:tv j 1st, mi.'. He wan conspicuous in the j Constitutional Couvoi.tnm in i t which gave us what is known as the1 j Onik Constitution and the iron chid ' ; oath. Ho was about bl years of age. I A:ti-OiitIon. j Fnrmrr H-.:tehH niiti option bill has : beeu re:xirteil favorably to the house, I and roea on the cale.ndar as a tirivilirre.! meiwure. niv.:in'e it r-iMes t. ihe rnv. i ........ -i'i... ........niMn.. .... it. . r.. - ;,;., ,. ;t t.. tlu. house take uti thi bill carlv in Mav i nnd have it passed before the ei:d cf that ! mn;i. ; ' Wiiinlerr.il ' I E. W. Sawyer, of ichcter. Wis a ; pnuuinetit dealer in general merchan- ! ful thing he ever saw to heal such' wounds. He upplied it only three times ' and tho sora wns oompletely healed.; Iiirjllv g'tod for id) sores, itit. bruises. nnd wounds For sale bv Hindu i Phil- brick. C'oriniiK'. Tins "lection was very iuiDt here. -A. O. Daniioiy :ih in St. .ho last Thurda . .las StoUes inat'o our cil a husiuets trip last week, II. T. Alkiro was in town ou busi ness Thursday. -Jno. SrtlleH, of I'airfuv, was in our iiltM toivn Mouday. Dr. Jno Anderson was in Oregon on j important business Monday. ; Joseph Slaciuk, has two children j very low with typhoid fnvur. Miss Anna Uorry accoui pained Miss Euuua ('liristeti lo L-'niig Monday. 1 - U.T. Kin had his houso s'lirfd ou 1 the cwve, bJl hud lo btop aecoiuit of. the u eat her. Win Morris was pnrveyins a ditch brought a great deal of sadness to fami to be iii'idofrom tho Marity lake to the Ikw. .Missouri nvr. I , . r . , , , f harho ljnrknm. who has been at- - Cleorgo Hornfo. post-master of : tending tiie school nt Mnitlaud. tho past Craig, was alleuthng to somo bjiuuss tun winters, is attending at this plaee. i.i C.jru-.ng, Mouday. , Charlie is a student, and his tonthers Fnsl Horchcra and bin mother. Mrs. iieiiry ivuck, were visiting friiiiJdaii.il relatives here last week. ' -A. O. Hankers and Ln Walters at- .ended tho m:ifhmi3t3 meeting at : Forest City on last Thurnday. U:1 acc.ount of had wwl,hor poter . couiuj ""''Wtrjn,!, ,ln,i Hobert Uills did not gut ctarl- was ilone. . r. , ... ... ii- : ,.i i l.-..:.!.... , cu lu uul" ' ""'V- j Win Uorry nas inride a slinko of ' Ciruii.g soil. He left Tor St. Joseph to ; get a bolter position, success lo Mm I .... to I , , . , ... , , , ' .. . . ., . .- . . . ... .... .i ! , ,w r l" t,lsl ',u 04 lJ-wl ",J Wesiej Knnkel, of St. Joseph, was : sizing tii our town last wc-.'k. IIo is ' locking tip u good location for his plio- I .........! . i...;.,.... ii.,.., I l.l.lfill l.ill. .is ilu in 1111 I3.vi-iii.-ii i ..'ii- togrnph car. As ho is an excellent woik man, wo aro Katisli.-d iio could do no but ler than to stop here. Knou Knost:-.i:. Xickell's (Jrovc. --(5w)rgc. Zachmac is sojouridng in the neighborhood of Hiwatha, Kansas. J Mat. Action began work for 15. O. t Cowan last week, having hired out to! him for the season. I j - nimcr Price, who i- attending school . .' at Stanhcrry, was iu thu drove ou a j vacation, tho first of last week. . I -Ti.e farmtra in this suction of tho couii j j try are getting rediiy tn sinvvsRlnK-gnun, i 'i'M-tf.l'V- tatiSt watt till the soil is tit to slir. On 15t Tuesday pome of tho good people met in tho ti.nlvr of Henry Zachman, and chopped .vood for the church for mixt whiter. Uncle John Meyer is visitng his ron. Ihv. William Mover, in Oklahoma Tor ritorv. He aci:ouip:urtl on the way hy his son-in-law, Mr. lorn Payne, who is thinking of buying n claim if tho 1 1 ha will ejK)imd the g.is;ol for the follow-1 2 . : nr.. ..il .. : .1. i . ....I t jy vt:ir ve in-: iiar. f .lieu nun uuu-apvi'it i in h"u new undirtaking. .-"". ', 'V.i "V.- On Thursday. M.iw'.i 21th, hy '"'. i'l'";."' l"" lo the houso of Mr. Huwer and hauleil his household furiiituro to ui station.: Mr. Rower and fr.milv, who have lived in I r-.. I. r.. . . - ieen ye irs, ioo:: ineir iiepariuro lor Warensburg, where they evpect ro ;er- mane ltl locate. Wo alwav a fee,! sac! when r.uch giid neuilfixjrs leavo our com- mumty hi socle and must sav that their places ty will be mis-ed verv much. However we wish them success iu all their u ueriai:::i in incir new iiotnc. lTiiMi:i;!t. I'lM-tt'SCtM' M:irri"l. or Rodgers. N'j.xt wiil b-t soon, Morton -Horn, April 2nd. 1602, to John V. and Julia Miuton, a girl. - Georgo Routine w;;nt to St. Jonph Monday evening to attend U. S. court as a juror. Tho h-.i! storm on Sunday tnis?cd ; us nbi.iit tw'j miles, so tiiat miss wa? butler than a uidu. Died. April !5th. 130.1, tho infant son of I. M. and Marv Minion, arod Ki.l.i.s. Too svmii.ithv of their n.-mhuors asd friuds"are extended to thciu :j tue:r bereavement. The parties that shippe 1 slo.:k from hereon thu lirst were: Wm. Hoppor, two cars of cattle and one of hos; Jos. Hopper, one car of cat tin; I'hiiip l)avis, two cars of cattle; I. Minlr.u, two cars of caltle; John it- Mmton, one car of cattle; Georgo Mm ton, one car of cat tle. All shipped to Kansas City. T!io wind storm on tho first was the most severe and destructive that over visited these parts, yot wo escaped any serious damage. Mr. Iv.imsay d lioil-e J. Rook had a was parlh unroofed, bouse unroofed, occupied by J. W alaer. 1. .M. .Minton ,v Lsts. store houje was damagwl to tho amount or about by awning lining toni away, gmss oroKen aiin ouiiuihk rrc.fei.. ul housrP, sheds ami temporary ttruclure .Vere izenerallv demolished. The bmoke .....!, .. l.'li:.".. 11.11 ir9j Kir... nil ".-" "" ihitl-n. Ifnteher Hr.l's. KTlWUlill Rtnflbl " . . . V. . . . stack and shed blown down, iet busi- ness was not snspendod, as ehipments from here on that day wero 12 car loads -10 of stack aud three of walnut logs. . ii )ff;fiii School i';inrt for month endic; April 1st, 1&-J2. First primary: Hiir'jllmeiit, oil; daily I attendance, -15; per cent of utteudauc coan primary. nnroiimnm, .n; .'-"cnaanco, . per coni oi .men- oance. .y. luierineiii.ue. j.nronicem, o-, "" niMJaiwiicu, oo. cr cent of alien dance. tJ. Second intermodiale: daily attendance, 11; pe Enrollment. -17; cent of atten- ili.nc. Grammar scho ii: hnr.illaiont. .12: ' l.ulv atteud.iiico,."0; per coat of altcn I tnienr, Jti.; daiiv attendance, I Colored school: Enrollment, HI; daily attendance. 10; per cent of attendance. I For entire school: Enrollment, daily attendance, "WJ; per cent of utte '1: J 1 1 'T.injv pupils, 12; excuses granted, 10; corporal punishmeuts, ."; truant oifenscs oi reporte;.. 1. Parents will oar in mind that the faiiire of any pupil to take the linnl ex- auiinalioH in auv 'ranch, shall hu re- nnleil ;ik :i faiiuro in thnt branch. Sat;l failure will bur the -upd frompro- n,tlon- Fridav aftornoon. April S is Senior ! Clus-s D.-tv iully. All aro invited. Rspect- U. W. Uaixahek, Prin. -. A verv pleasant and unique tion was given by Miss Nellie reivp-Mout- T.a..V, TT rtrileim mil Anilv Ttnr. ."i u.,n.i.u mn. Vi i I ivi iieimi .;-. uuiiuim ; j ......... . ......... ....... . .... ( i t t; Keeiey Instituted. SU Joseph, where in miiny c.-ipo a complete cure of that Hnb!it71I. At the school election S. r . fhev had Uen taking treatment for tho terrible thseaso rhe'imati.rj, and which . O'Fallon.nnd h. II. VVhitmer were elect hquor habit. Roth aro loud in their also relieves pain of all kinds. For fcalo J ed direcUrs. M. D. Parsons was elected 1 rai of bi chloride of gold. I by Hindo A Philbrick. road overseer . Kurcliii. -Will O.-ker has been l.re.i w.li. - Julia sister. Dawsonha..,enviB,iiBsherjla-rbiner ' J -Tho roads have been md almost itnnnsoible. ..., j.i.. ery inuuuj Mary Id.Iins". of K tnsis, is visiting ner iiittier, lianiel IJo Itorii. i -Mr. Porter 1ih bought .,u,to a quantity of corn at 33 ctn per buihel. Maggie Ki'huII has lteen visiting fiienus aud relatives in Xodawav cour.- Frank Colwell hat taken ono of tho X. V. Itoyp to rniM. Tho vounir bovs bhek piercini eyesshoiv no degrw of cowardice. The la i;rip has been no lew pvor. here tirm elsewhere. It proved fatal to some of th nire-1 ones, and , ' " " are. (iroiid of linn. The heavy wind on last Friday was verv deslruetivo to sonio property here. T. 1.1 1 t ...... 1 1 i .,l '"V f" "ilr" M,,I1P n "r oor; nan to carry nay lo tho horses in sacks. Several chimneys and nsifs of btiih ingjf wero blown from buildings, r....-; ir..,n..-o .. ............ r...i i the f.-aim. of his windmill t.uiup was I ... . : ' ' ICCl. ; School has coaimeneod with 28 bright vnl'iN and nut one t.ini' .Tiiev had .1 v- ry tiatl tim to get to s:-hool oi: no- i i ciniit of upiddv roads, but their a-ing i Ine mud oniy proved tlieni to bo repre- . Fer.tatives of enerjiy nr.d nluck, The i citizens of the school district bhould bo , directors for the tultillment ;r their duly in I'ing present the tiist day to j two tlic scliooi begin. . . I XV1T UAIISOZ. l'i-tig-ram . Tor Senior Class D. Friday arternoon. I Music. School Ch' ir.. j Clr.-s History. Carr o Schulte. J Instrumental Solo, Maggie Perkins, i Male Quartette,. "Moonlight on the I L:iko." j Select Heading. Miss Powell, j Vocal Solo, Cora Fryo. Duett, Maiutolin and (iiutur, Maggie Perkins and Alice Kunkel. . Ke.idiiiL'. Ro-vi-o Ilershbcrgor. h'nay, Helen trecne. -OiiarJUdte, R?!e?td; Class Prophecy, Ahco Harbour. MuMe, Choir." All are respectfully invited. Si-no:: Ci.iss. Horth-iiltiu-iil. The society will meet iu Wm. Kauch pr's ollice at ono o'clock, April lCth, unJ the following will h; tho program: "Fruits of L-ibor," Kev. T. I. Iloborts. "Pimus-." X. F. Murrav. "Small Fruits," W. W. Scott. "Thing Seen and Loarncd Whiip j West." J.N. Menirce. j "Se'ect I'eading,'' Wm. Hrodbri'd. ' The abovo program should and will , bring out a f nil attendance. S. IIi.M'iiarii, Sec'y. -Kev. M. Walter will prer.ch nx' ISop.ii.iv :it. the MiailT.!ie.-iI Kbeneer churcli at 11 a. m.. and at Ross Frovi ! ... .... school iinuse at .4 n. ni. nnd al ISarmcn". school hoae at 7:U.)p. m. -Ti.o stk men of this cour.iv wil. bo bene! It ted hi coa.-jltimr the Si-vri nk!j ollice as lo prices on stock bills. ,1 1. 1 .. 1 . i loiuers carus anu auvernsing raies. vt i ....n . . .....:..! ..ir...i t n i ............... .. fc ... vi. is;v.kmen by gojd work aud statis fr.ctory prices. ' Joseph Ogden, on Mondav niglit ' about ten o clock was attacked bv i unknown parties and fhaniefully healer.. receiving such fevete treatment at th hands of these brutes, tham wrgeoi was called to sew up the gashes au' dres.-! h'u wounds. He is now resting rmito well, but is in a very precariou. cindilion. It wnl bo worth theattec tion of the grand jury. A pugnacious exehnnge Fays: Who: a man play fuly points a pistol or n git at you, knock him down. Dnn't slo; to inijuiro whether it is loaded or ro' knock him do.vii. H a cororner's in Iiiest must be held let it be on (hi other fellow -he won't bo missed. Tin idea ion veved is a good one, nnd th fiigge.-tioiis given are all light, hut would it cot be well to Fi7e the man u. !o ho sure that he is tho MTl of a Tc; low to bo knocked iow u ou the spot. One of the papers remarks th:r 'those now pojlal car.la aro u blank.'! blank nuisa-iCQ - a niiisaiK.-e to the di p-irtme!it, because they are so long Ilia, the edges are cut and brokuu in tin up in tho posto!Ii-:e; n uui-ance to thi recipient because they will not go half the jackets made and a auisanci lo tho average writer, who, though generally wanting all he can get for hi. money, cannot think of half enough l. put on tho card to till its broad exp'iua? The old cards aro to be preforrod, both as to ulilitv nud beauty."' - An exchange snya that tho lalost swindle is earned on hy means of n double fountain pen, one end of nhicl. is tllhd with Mibslantial ink. the othe: i with ink that fades aw.iv in a j day or two. lho shnrper writes hit agreement, contract, or vvhatevor par j ticuhir way ho iuhj- havo chorea witl1 ; me init thai win ir.de, 'ind the victim signs with the other end of the pen ii. ! thi ink that will last. In .i few rt.-v he i:r. .. :.i. ...u;. ; ... . n.is n suji ui ii.tju-i nu umiiii'K om. v Ltmi!itlir.i m-nr tt-lnoli Ihiivin n.:un and easilv turn it into cash. T-wilt 1 v wj. ovum i . m ijii out rnr tho fouutuiu pen bwindler, for ho i I dangerous. Tho judges of tho Caas county court j are now contmed in the Henry "countx ' jail, to which place tlisyr wero sent or. I last week by Judge Phillips for contempt j of court. The crime of contempt lies in j the fact that the judges refused to muki a levy- for the payment of certain out sUudiag fraudulent bnds after the i cane had been decided against them in the Umled States courts and preferred f Koing to jail rather than attempt to force the people of their county to pay . fraiululent debt. I hey were eent to the Henry county j.til because it is the .imveft and best jad in tho district, and Judge Phillips declared that his' desire was to deal ns leniently with tbem as he 'could under the law. Thev were aUo lined J.H eacluand will not be nl l()wid to return to Cvs coiintv until somo move shall be made, to Eclllo the debt Peoples' Party Call. A call for a meeting of tho township commit temen of each towns-bin i countv is made for 10:.T;1 o'clock. : in Holt a., ru.. SATURDAY. APRIL Oth, 1S02, .. ..:.. i.ti . r....n.i r:,.. ir.. - ill ine uii . 11.111, 111 ........mi ii.i, .uii., 1111 .1 .. .ji, ,.;.. f ,ii tothe list.ri..t Convention and three delegates to the Stato Convention nnd to transact such other busines3 as mav 1.. 1. .f,.... tt, ...t: full rerirn-nntation is e.irnestlv .fesired ' i Let ro resenlative men from each towr- f " 1 - - - - i i... , ... : .,. i :., i T'T'TA V '' , I J. W. KltKtm-.K, L. D. CAMrnru, ""c''- Chfurmim. j Aiiciotit 1-13 it. Some of tho most startling, interest- j inl. iiiiwiim nt thu lifa nn.l eitofums ! of buried Egvpi aro now being made ; throu"h exteusivo excavations. These ! discoveries arc exciting a great interest. . ly nnd we believe itiiascome to flay .Ihe Many discoveries are, however, being Republicans elected their entire ticketr made in our country that are net less , ninyor, H. E. Lenny: police judge, Wm strange and remarkable, nmong which Kaucher: marshal. Chaa Dartram; col wo may mention thnt of Iluller'rt Pain lector, Henry Molter; alderman east p.iri-1 vt iL-Hnii nffneto i.ntira roVipt. nnrf . -Uorti, to William Field, ! da' AI,ril - '' a Kir- Jr.. Sat i'i a Rirl. , I -H. C boos, of Nodaway township, j,as b;on vtl n .lt. ,lunM(,n ,1),, s I April hrst, this year, was no fool ' day, us far as the wiii.-i aus concerned. ' ni'.1'!' l'e. Thursday for lIlu' Lul- tt hl ru l,tJ u Juilge Leeper, or Nodaray county, u-fiu ii? t ..r.i li n.r t.. I.i. I i . ...v i, lu uu;.uica ill vlfjillil. this week. John Maucry. of Falls C:ty. Neb.. wi's tisitirg h:t. h luiiy m this ctt, tho tirst oi the unk. Mrs. Nettie Caswell, of Crand Junc- lioa, uol., is llio guest of her parents,! Piiilip Kush and hire. ! Cann Morgan left last Tuesday for Pal Jier. Kan. where hu v. ill oierate a: barber t-hv p, this .-cai on. - Strawberries h;.d bettr nut bt' phiuted out until altei tlii ti'ps m the! I1""; U'tt lotm-thing t.f atilait. I I - Frederick Neitdorif. of St. Joseph. I ' aceomp inied by his daughter, wiis ihe guest of relatives u: Oregon, for a few i ' 1 I I. i . u,,-,!s I A gon.l girl dssinng a sititatton at poxl w.iges, i.nd M-r:ii.iiH'iit ernploy uienf, can Ik acco:nun.Kla"-ed by applying at this olhcc :.t enco. Itr-ligious service may be espected j at Hie Uiilp school houso at 11 oclocl; on ttio second Sabbath of April aud itt i;tuit i iiy at t ociocit. - .Taa. C. Smock, tho M.ntl.ind live I fcloci; auctioneer, will eulertain the poo meer. wi I pie on hows at M K. Pratt's barn. Mait- ' land, Mo., Saturday April llith, ItilSi Hi Hirshbt-rger is in St. Jsenh. this week, in attendance at the United States district court, in sc.-muii there this week. He is btiving ns u petit juror. --Sandy Kunkel has quitted tho pic ture business in Hiawatha, VCas., aud is home for a ihoit time. Ho will go to lairfax soon ui:d engage -n 'catching' r-hadows." ! Li. C. Irvine, who has beu hero for ' several weeks in attendance nl thu bod-, side of his mother, lelt lsst week, for his homo in Mobile, Ala. lie will ro- ' turn in a short time. A country that exports 4TAi,(k 0 bushels of corn in one week, its "the United htatis has !teiv done, is n it . li )y to.iibariiron tho tarifT jsiiicy which ; CI .'.tes such sales possible. j Put in your onions early as they will not be injured unless it freezes very . hard whether they be sets or the back' seed. Radishes can bo planted early as they germinate before ihe ground gets very warm. Wo are informed thnt propagations are being made for erection of a number of dwellings this summer, and from present indications building will bo equally as active ca last year. Let the good work go ou. Apple trce3 and most other trees can be piai.tc-d as early m tho spring ;ib the ground is in u go.xl cor.ditiou to .vnrk. Gos.oberries and currants should be put out rally as the start to grow very early in the season. Miss Susie Peeler returned to her school at Iowa Point, Kas., the tirst of "' -lOl-l., .lb IH.UII-, JII I'LIOITIU Ol f.(lUCS. ler sister. Miss Mary is also home from St Joseph ou sick have. --Mr. J. Li Wane cr.d family, who .vere the gu;stb of Mrs. Ietitia Perkins :'or a few days last week, returned to their home in Rul.i. Xeb.. Inst Saturday. Mr. r.:i lil.ine sulTercd quite a serious .oss la-t Siiiiday. the hail damagiug his .iroporty to the extent of t2.UM. Charles Weise. of Paradise, Kan., Las been t'-o guet of his father, Amos Weise. resi:l'Dg near thin jiha-e, and also f his sister. Mrs. Lizzie Stock, of this riiy. This mu his lirst visit hemo for igiit yeirs and was enjoyed bv hi rel:i ;ives and friends. Ho rclutnod home, this week. --Spring no doubt will soon bv her?, and then the women folks will be clean ing houso au. making gar.ieii while the ld man is silling o:i the dry go-ls hex vhittling and ti'l.ing how tho govern uit'iil Might to be run, and thebovs have 'irgent business at the big lake," inter veicwing Haydcn Edwards. r.itt r n.iior ti. ii cv it Forest Citv. Mo., tincill. d for during he monti.H'M irch. itT.O: Kat Ander son, .Mrs. Marv lleers. Vv ultam Hankers, i '? i" "": 'v"-' .f " ?"":" "- r llev. F. (Mhcker. T. II. Peers, Miu tlo , U,ls0-lifArr-UlrS,lor0 "' ,t,Ti-h, Sarah Crews. Mrs. Wm. T. Clark. Miss ';r' ? M -;'i:5',m h'--lrervvood. Chief r,:..:v Sti;te. C.itharine Stevenson, I !.( held tho simie pe.-t.on . oniitita WiU'iam R. Tubhs?. Geo. W. Raldwin. j t',naI- ,A numoor ..r Kher cases have r jj ! followed and approved. State v. Fanch- I er, but Judge Sherwood, in State vs. ' he netnand for lietter roads in j Clay, Judge Barclay concurrin?, held MiSMillri :s grow pg steadily. Xo tnoreith.it. Ktntntorv form uneonsiitntinnal. judicious exinditiiro of the people's i and this view will now bo tho ru' money could be made than the i.pplu a-; ,ng of tho Csiurt. Judges Hlaek and i uon cf a reasonably liberal share to the j Thomoa hold that the statutu ii ponsil improverront or our roads. It adds tutional, aud that tho judgment should 1 .reatly to their personal comfort and at ! bn iirtinneil. Thev diiTer from the indr- he same time etihancca all property ; nn-nt of the Court reversing and remand values. I (he cause. Judire McFarlnne hole's . , , . ,. , . -Society Chrtsl an Endeavor meets at the Presbyterian church. Sumlav u-ening. April 1 Mh. Ionic (.iirit s ,.ne.dom Do I J -long to It? Plms il; M i-ths.-.v xi.II. Leader. Miss Maud Montgomery. "Vominatiiiiri-ommittee to ; report in two weeks are. Lloyd Lewis. Nellie Montgomery and Mattie Peret. All arc- cordially invited to attend. .. . - .u .-.I t i "A nnl. is the title of .1 rood miom. ; ; , , 1 T hy M. lv. IJ., which wo publish on our iiisule pages, this week. Papers on -liraiie (trowing, by Dr. ttsshn; " a- neties of Apples to Plant," by S. T. Huiatt ' and Potatoes." by J R Milne, j reiief wuid liatl D. m0criu.y. as now read before tho last meeting of the Hor- , ini7ed. wmdil five that relinf if II ticuitural Society, are also published. Thev nre full of information head them. A convention will be held at Spring 1 1 tin veil 1 nm win oe neiu avpriuii- em. 1111 eiiii u 1111 uif ine iiuriiosi-01 ..1.1 .... II.....VI.11 l... .1.. I .... n .s... i i . . . . . . . . . ..r ilicr-iissini. the nnefinn of nnbhe rnn.1 Ihe convention will lx held under tho ,u ... i : - 1 . . 1 auspices ot the county -iiisiMi e in ine iiiuui r.'.iu imiirovi - - ment society, ine nojeci 01 .viiicu 10 bring ntvout such legislation as shall!"-'. ".V .7. 1.. ... ; mnwe k"-'i i-ounirv reaos pcsiMcie 111 this state. We do hop? our countv court will attend this meeting. ' . 1 . .1- :l 1. meeting. 111 i,-.r';cmn',n!nim.. ntt...i;.,.r thecenernl conlirence of tho M. E. church at Omaha. May 1st. to May .list , will do well to correspond with Rev. C. 1 11. .lohn. ot Uregua -Mo., concerning en- j tertainment. State when you are going and how iong you want to stay. He can secure you good b;rird and lodging at from cli.i toS-lOO jier nevk or furnished rooms at Z'J ceut to el.00 a day for lach persou. I Thursday night of last week about about 0 o'clock, while Misses Flora -ichmaii Rnd .Mary .Mcllugli were ro- 1 ... .1 ,- ., A 1 1 turning to their homes, they were at- 1 tacked while tiassing a dark allev by tacked while passing ! somo miscreant, who ran them to their , homes without being able to catch them. Roth were terribly frightened, nnd Miss ' acltmuil S life was (lespa red of for a . . 1 .-v r 1... - "'ui"u ul ."TT This is tl.o second 1 offense, nnd should tho party bo caught , ouen ha u,n Le death witn u:i ceremoniously. .Our citv election nns?ed olT nuieflv Bnj tht ninv Australian system was given an excellent tst. and proved to ho I an improvement on tho old system, and gave general satisfaction A few lost t heir votes bv f.iilimr to scratch the i -ticket they did not wish to vote for, but ; ns a whole the now system worked nice- j ward. Joo Oraham; west HUIUi IVl'U LUMBER Having removed my lum ber yard from Forest City to Oregon, and consolidated my lumber business at one point, enables me to sell cheaper than ever, as all ex tra expenses are thus cut off. If you are thinking of building anything, it will pay you to call and get my estimates belore buying, as I KNOW I can saveyou money. I carry everything in the Builders' Line to be found in a First-Class and well-stocked Lumber Yar . I desire to return thanks to all former patrons, either at Forest City or Oregon, for their liberal patronage in the past, and solicit a con tinuance of the same in the future, guaranteeing satis faction in every respect. C. HOBLITZELL, Oregon, Mo. 0 '( t r r. c 4 ft ft C ( v ft ft fi f 5 r ft ft n 'A LUMBER Edwards Dealers in and exclusive agents for Kegler's Patent Galvanized Chain T), . m i-; JT UilljJ X UUillg', rgUiWSitiiti' tMOVBS an-d- SahgesT Screen Screen Wire, Garden and Farm Tools, Hardware, Tinware, Table and Pock et Cutlery, Etc. -We are re- T25J t 11 day. Edwards & Schulte, Oregon, Mo.! Point oe. Stephen lilanchard has been experi menting with iu potatoes for a number of ears and last vear planted fourteen dtilerent varieties. Ho regards the Early Ohio as tho best early potato ot all tiie early kinds that he has tested in ' j-j.dity ami yield, and the Early Rose as the next best early variety. For late ones he considers the Straw- ' b.rrv as beat in oualitv ar.d yield, and the Dakota Rvl as netb:t. 1 lie U i- 1 t. ;.ita has tho least number of small po- tatoo3. Last year ho had four varieties ot sv.eet potatoes, but thinks tiie Iare red ones the b.Mt. He has usually had sod potatoes lo sell but has none this ye.ir.au last year when his potatoes nrr.iisl cuiiivation ho w.isso pressed with other ir.'crests that he could not k-ivu them attention and his croji was a light one. The Fraud Law L" :tl. i'j;):ilii:itioii- Chief Jusliee 'iher.votid (iled an opin ion theSupreme Cot r iu banc last weik in the c.iso of the State vs. Terry, which shows the extent nf the kg 1 entangle ment in which oven the Supreme Court i of tiie state m-iy lieeom.v involved. Terry j was convicted under what fa known as the "fraud" law, Ik lag a section to punish cheats, frauds, bunko and gold-, brick men, and kin l.-ad frauds. A I majority of tiie cc.irt. Judges! llrneo and (Irtiitt, con.-urrtng with Chief Justic Sherwnd iu hol.I- : inc that seen in ji l. ivevised h n " - " ." 8 c "!n.f -' !f ! ' tttf.sot ISiJ, is unc.ns ti tuUoiial. that) the statutory forms for nn indictment t,,nslitlltfon:ri but holds the indictment lhIs an(j thorefor hp con. , cnnl ; reversin(j an(1 remanding the ! ; j , fe . t t , .,,u. .,-.t:...,ii I on tho la.w n unt. la.w p unt. but not however, in . the lindinir in this particular case. j . - - !..,.. -r,,-,- y'. tl. of tho Peoples party, on tho defeat of t.i i i.:n ..-n ..: : . i u..ri.-r.'i..iiM. .....'i .t.4i- f uie silver oui s.uu. ma .iciiou in nir hoUR(, on tho frilver biH is the death - kr,oH ,)t looW Democratu-organization. , lfIllu1rPf's nf thousands of voters in the ! .jnitlinrn stntes havo felt that if financial : a t.jianci, With a majority of 113 . ;n tl.,, Iinuse it certainly had n chance : to pass the free silver lull. It failed to ! l.i ir It irns on'v bv the heln of nine i n 1 . ... ' t 1 1 , leillilio mil uiimuno .... . . ,. -, - n,.m... ' "'oiicai i.i-u tins ..... ...s t ( n i -i i r 1 1 v ce:irv " - "v .," . . . fluently the most : - , . .... ,,., fl-r , nrnKpn, ! organization.mcan absolutely nothing so , , , .:!.... ; " ! fr as P"Clionl legis atean 1 1? ' IZiil I1UU1 K.iiu nil" me inn.1 -i.i v..n ,1 , witti the Peooios iiarty Oonveniion. 1 U . ... ... . ! eonhilentiy believe that ihe same is true , of several other southern states. 1 CHEBRFUL II ! For SlfVX) ymi can get Sift 00 worth (r beautiful Flowers from tho larrcst and most successrul grower in Northwest Missouri Illustrated catalogue Tree. Address. MUS NIELSOH. St. Joseph. Mo. STUPPY'S Corner 6th & Ju!e Sts.f , : -f.fr n IVlOt I jTj, JOSSPDi Largest and best assortment of well grown plants in tho west at bottom urices. Seud for catalogue. (inrtrdlan'M tfitlce. Noticitlihercliyzl ecu that at the Mav t'rm nf the rmhite Cniirl cl Holt Comity, Mliniirl. to he rtcguii and loildea on Hie 9th diy of Mar. l.ai. at ttnt court 6nuc city ef -cini. in ald county. I wilt imtke tln.il setttc mrnt nf the estate of Frederick El-rle, a i-;rs'm ol uus.ni'i.1 mind new deceived. W. H. HOFFMANN, Uiunllali. I'd a aterloo. Uonso-1 imni. v. u ni-u mart- is n moved imm uruinai 1 neul a meeting on me evening 01 lho Jad wnservntivo Demrcrat 'V',' Xew Point school house. nmtmniT nnnnnmnTTriTin f; f; ft ?! f tri 2 SO f y ft n ft ft M'i-I--I k Schulte, - 1 ciji .j - juoors, 1 7h3 Celebrated Clydesdale Stallion. TTfc " TvTTVT T TTfc "i,.T y.TTT 9 , i W4 i-iiJ iJLsXXM i will make nit cr. rev-nt sea-oii ef !4j at mi farm 3 tiole-, ii.r!hat nt ot lrrs.ui, "it. DkXNEI. IIHXNY Is a iii.-.li..siiiv Immn . tn.Ili lnn.1 f.s I wiiit-. :l:tzc- in f..r. lirail, is 9 war t.i.l. Ill Ii.u..! a'li.'iiiil vri-icliiHtiiK units HdNNni. IIKXXV was realm m Scehsti.t ! ;im. !n!xirlsl liv simtli jt I'.nvrll. .if Mr.Kilv. , Nw.iv York lie .i ('ill temirtpil tisIUrce. IKItV.s fit' si:i:v:rK.--?tutu iiiMire a t -t;m.l ami si.pt. Mini.- line nn.1 ): vnl.tt . if in ire i ) irt.si wi'h ur remnvnl Inmi t r'ci : ii-ti .ie.ili:y. lire uul tie t ik.'ii te irstei:t ae 1 d iriits, I'U! uii! m! I resiiii9lli!tf :i..iu.l i-ii Cciebrated Jacks. ZOmeOFFER ard mi JOMSON! W ill in ike ttie sraMiu at the simie plaoe. ZOI.I iriiFFKi: l a itark l.mnn. 4 years ' tills .r.iie. IKvi'elslilli, ivelih Hot mir.its HICK JDIINOX will tie alt iwtsi n.Nrrvs-. limitcs MinilMr f mari-s. lie i liiich vrith uliiteKiInis,iyiMrselil w, Ii.iu.ts tiigii ami w i..is PcO H'.tliinese J irktiavepeitircs futlv reisinit TKKMn; -4ii te laure cli t(, ,r.i" :ia.! u. k tu Z- I leoffer, ami 'y D'ek 'i.lmi.:i, roinli uons '-tli:iz the s.mva s for I n-v'l Kenny. GEORGE S. STEPHENSON. Tlis Imported W$M ClydesMs, Ki-Blslerrd " !, I' f 1'-. v' IX IP.C Wilt make the entire n-asmi ol lsi at niv ! , . . , farm ene i.air mile cast nt New I'.snt,. Me. ! The Ancient Order of Antt-Bece-l)I;t KtiTjoN antt I'KI'KJIIKI; : SAXHY. diets held a meeting, ono night last , (jit anil l inv nlnle I-et. fo.ili-.l Issi. stuii.S i j i . v .:i. i . . ,s a im;ni iav. vviuir .f frt !...! Kdl kt..Tt.' i n.'s n.iii.is I tell. ni-Ulis !G:. Is tx imint'tiM' i ....... ih.m .i .............. , i. ...i. i striiiist an t si.iimt ii-jr an.l tn't.aiut iv.u ills - !.... ti.i. ....n. ... i.. e-.-". "-. -....n.... firiiiiuii., j 'i'. ! lS!Vrat!vvi: ! ly Iint t.yoi..all; ItrlUn. u. Yot. I., hv Her- . F3 .Vo1-. .'! l5",'. J'"v:.".''..V,,I-., : D.ini. Uivrlr nt Cli.-illecll. iC4. V..1. VI., Ity 1,11-inee. .sj. vni. i. i.riiu ii.sni. .irss nj Farmer Fancy. .TU. Vol . an ilsnr, I'rlnce nf vv.iles, RU, nl. I., gir e ttain. MnntroM-, II. Vni. I., c f K il.un. ('ly.lcvlale (Scnrdie, alias CLivlrnw lli i.n'.i. Itl. Vol I. Itml hv ATeT aurttr liankln. Cimllocli. Lcswnlt, i Scotland. Stranraer, ; .i.. .. ... . ir.iv.n aim i ii.siii uii.1.1 9111 in I it vi r i1 . .i.a.c .,1111 1... 1 ei...-- i..i.ii" i.n .i-aic fv.l.in....' iip.ii ."l.ri, linuiU.r ; V O. P. BOTKIX, Propr. I , Orrter of Publication. STATE OF M ISMifKI . I . C.niilv nf IloK. I" in tlii etiatili. 1 .mil. 1 nieitr nf llott nn.l slnf a - ,,f Ml.iirl. FrW.ry Term. l; Tn tint matter oft lie estate of nowthat Domocrnt- mnn....' a'ii .-Pi.t,t. t,. n.:,r t Hon. H.T. Alkiro was present and do- i Itii-iianl Actitii. dpcafd. . ord of the Republican party.dnting back i Ni.iv com- 1.. It hwiw ss. .idmlnWr.tor fP,,m .), ,., that thnt neblA nnH t.rn I nr tlic estate of f.irliaril Aetnn. decr.iscl, .inn Irom 110 lln,0t (" "iai ncui nna pro- jir'-nts to tiie .i.art L! pctiii-m, pravii:!: for gresoive organization camo w'o full an or.W nf .ilr nt muh t tiie real ctate er j possession of tho government. The nd- ; nr;,,,.M,;'-d;M,;d:.:Vi1y .ir i i a protractedfuit , paid ft.r want nt snt!lctnt aMs. arci.inpar.ini i of terso sentences and vigorous adjec iivtiie itccuants, Iin mid ii-.vent.iriej rwiuirca , tives. Tho address was well received nv tasv In siirii r.w. nil t-xainiti.itleu whrrrf it . ur., l;..!,k- r-nmnlimonli.il fir ..ttt C.artr l...r.'. tf.liliat allt-ro iirrtrd in the ci I rjun complimenied. circuit tier talent said dec-.i.-d Iw nnlined lhat apmlct- j .Morris was present and was called upon, : Hon as al.irc-nld has Let-a muK an.l that mi- ; but the lateness of th hour prevented Ir.s lie- ontrar Lt shown nil ..r brfor.- the. ,, Tfnrl0 aMm.h Mr Morris y(mivkI llr-t .lay nf tie- next t-rm . f Uils enrt. in be , ?? Mtendea s;rtw:n. .nr. .viorrts ecuseo linden itte-ccoiit vioxhvY of MAY t'lu.aii ' hinuelf, icformini? his audience, that ho nilrr nil) tn made fur Hi-vi.'e nf the whnle. nr J inet them in tho simple capacity of n.uc:. nf ttie real tital; of vild e-.i,n as i ni,,hhnrM nnd frifnils whnthnr tlmv wllil.enifn.-ientfrltiii-:inie.itnfs.ii.t.IeWsl h .," ,r''nar!; nner 'y and It is rarthrr mdcivil that this nnticB t.e were IjpubhcanB or Democrats. After ptit)iiiitsi in s..iue ncw...iwr!n tiiiscinuty fur j the brief remarks of Mr. Morns, the , Idiir weeks ticfnre tlin next term nf this court. . mw.tinn- n lTmirnnil tn meet thA firf 'and tint llwre he pprwnal scrvlcr of the a:ove ml"l "JJ"""'?" ' ""i ....ticM civeiitn the hirs nf i.t decciwi rc-; Saturday nuht in May. Much gooti 5ldinsin It.dt eoutity. Miswuirl. at leait ten was done at the meeting. It was har 'Tv'nvyusM)Tii'rmn ' monious and enthusiastic All. who ' r.iimtv nf ifi.it ''p' wore present, seemed hopeful of tho fu- I I. Sanni't OTaliiiu. Judce ef the rronate I . ."J. . . "I"'. . --:""i1.. 'Tfi'.?'. 'r7.- Illv inn ine ni.'.ve ii ii ine cej.) ! ine uriKi- . I...) nrdsrot ciit.liRiti.in therein referred to, as the same :ij.pnr nf rernnl in my i'ffir Witness mv hand a.s jnrtcn and the trM.J "eat "t our nld cmirt Dene at my nf-tin- In Orcsrmi. M.. In said coiintv, tills h dav'nf Acrii.A I. )S92 SAMUEL in-'ALLO.N". Ju.Ije of i'rulcic Court Notice of Final Scttlcntnnt. All creditors and others Interested In Ue partnc mhlp csi.-itc of Orn & Sicecr. tWattcr J. Saw, deecasfif.J xn hereby ni llai'd tbat tie umlersnriict a.ti:ilnlstrator ot said rsUtc. Intends to csaSe a nn.it wttmnt of ald estate at the next term ot tae rrouate fonrt of Holt countv. fn b" tml.irn nt Orejrnn In snld ennutr. enmme iicln; en Moadar, the Stb djvof Mav. A. I- ttt- JACOlt A. OREN. Admluistrator. K VSTKKX HOLT u IVrtonal Mrntiori-I.cft .liin"ei-lt-nioul ra rnncfr-JIcvttui;' f Hie Anttifteiu .Jiffs -Meeting or the KriWiWIcnn CIurt A.l.frww by Il.irt. H. T. lOife Ort W liiiIStiirm-Tntd ami Hill A DUttu CliKlw.i Clliteil .if Mutt. vtc.rte. - John Hmlgins went to 2nd inst. Oregon, the j --.Mrs. W. E. Kiplingeristaking paint ( ing lessons. j Mrs. Cupp returned from Indinnn, j few days sgo. A short time ago, Mrs. Morria was ; visiting at Savannah. ' Master Henry DolJolt was visiting at Oregon, Friday and Saturday. --Selmurn Carson has been stopping at Xevv-Point during the pat few days. - Mi:-s Lillie Allen, of Oregon, will spend the summer at Mr. John Hod gins. A very hard rain and hail storm vis itfd our part ot the countv, last Sab bath. --Seuourn Carson went to Maitland, Monday afternoon, on important husi iiessi:) - R.imor has it. that Elliot- Mtyer. of i Xe.w Point, is developing into qutle ua j active politician. j Cart is r.nd Adelia Whitmer, brother aud sister of .vlrs. W. II Kipliner, aro ; visiting in Fairview. j Jake Oren has recovered from his protracted illness. He is again ablo to j took after his businits affairs. ! Wos and Scott Hodgina hao pur- chased alsv.it forty head of choice yojnif j steers. They will feed them for the full j i.nd winter market. Several of tho citizens of tho Rich land distt let assembled nt tho school hn.ise. la.-l Monday, and put up a nutu ; Ur ul uevv iu'ch racks, i ! lnst Tluirsday. the Triumph schcol ; (Mine to an abrupt close. Too bad. ' , There was a lack ef funds, so it ia said. and. of course, the school could not well continue. r - . -Samuel Rayhill. who has been visit ing in Indiana for the past two week'. returned homo last Friday evening. IIo I reports a very pleasant "time. A half ' brother of Mrs. Jacob Rayhill accom panied him ou his return home. - Mrs. Smith.vvho had ncancerremov cd from one of her breasts, n couple of J weeks ago. is slowly convalescing. Drs. Goslin and Findley performed the oper I ation. It is thought, that she may ro cover. - -John Bishop, of the Richland dis trict, who has been in Illinois', during j tho past month, returned to hid homo ' last Thursday, accompanied by hi new iwifc. May happiness and prosperity at tend them through all the changes of . life. Ir.dv friend received a private let- tT from M rs. Uearss, of Trenton, Mo .vhich Mrs. Rearss expressed herself Hit ! greatly pleased with her new- home. i she stated that it was the intention of the family to make Trenton their future home. - Uncle John Meyer is visiting hist It will m ; ron, Yv ilnam. at Oiiiulioma r iiic-rabered. ttiat William is a minister j of tiie P.-esbytenan church. Foriinum i ber of years ho was located at Grant : C'ty. Mh. Leaviug that place, ho weut to Oklahoma Territory, where he h.is . oecn in.-iniHieiital in accoiaplishing a ' great deal of much needed work tor his j church. j - That is a tine picture of Senator ! David 15. Hill, in The St. Joseph Rendd ! of March 23lh. The astute senator id ' made to exclctm, "I nm a Dunocrat.' and the picture ot the ghost or- that is eear by - that renowned and inlltienti.il leader cf the Now York city Democracy. Wm. M. Tweed, replies in sepulchral , tones, "I too was n Democrat, David; I ? . i . . . . , L4io was ii xeuioc.ai. ,o oue cau ucny tiiat there is much in common in tho personal and political characters of thoso two mer.. John Goodhnrt. of Triumph, will be compelled to live alone for some time, tut Mrs. ISoodhart will make an extended visit in Indiana. There will be some W.-.J8 io which John can enjoy himself I His meetir.g and Sabbath school work; Beeking and cultivating the society of the blooming nnd verdant young men, for whom hu has u natural fondness; then there i- the Alliance, the F. and li. I V., the Democracy and other political and industrial .jui-stiona that will ro ! quire his directing hand and attentive I attention. Tho 1st of April was more t!.a all . fools day." Il b ought one of tho great - est wind storms that has occurred in ou r country for years past. For awhile, it blew a perfect gale, blowing down fence, j upruotiug trees, hurling boards, limbs , and rails through the nir, carrying away I the roofs and coverings of barns and I stabhs. etc. A number of wind-mills I were blown down. So far us your cor respondent i3 able to ascertain no lives . wore lost, and while our people suffer many inconveniences, becauso of tho , storm, they express themselves as being : truly thankful that it was no w orse. weelr. at a verv nnimineni niace in our 1 in. . ... coramuniiy. l no -usual oraer ol uusi i nftn" was cnnsiileredr nmnln hiRtten u-n ' nui was cnnsiiierenr nmnir iiiKiieft u-ni ! done, bv each member, to the elegant I "";. . . . .'. . . r"nu' and wholesome feast; tha eocia! Bland - ing of the members, was inquired into and passed upon; "mirth and jolity"' reigned supreme; and, we opine, that during the exercises and festivities nf the occasion, the god of Bacchus was not forgotten. After the consideration of some routine business, and appointing time and place 01 next meeting, tee pe j culiar order aDTected an adjournment rn the early and silent hours ot morning. The Xew Point Repnblican Club hc-reil nn address nn thn TArimm nntiti. ' cal issues of the day. lie dwelt upon free trade, protection, reciprocity, silver, , etc. In a very ablo manner.hn reviewed the history and legislation of tho two j great parties, demonstrating tho preten- 1 . Hons nni suams 01 wemocnicj, and up- l lioldicg and exhibiting the splendid rec- ture, and appeared determined to put forth whatever effort was in their power , ... , , .: i to advance ana build up tho many anrt important interests of "the Grand Old i -,. Party." QCKF.R Ql-ILI- Slark Twuln. This noted humorist lives in Hereford Conn- and by hia own writings has made life more pleasant to thousand". By the use of nailer's SarsapariHa Jb Burdock thousands of hvds have "be- n lengthened and life m.ado pleasant: Bo' h ura benefactors and both sre entitled t the thanks or mankind. For sale by Hindu & Philbrick.