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; I IV l! .,',. !!.' Iif.s f.t pulilic Incest, !i Cut of imp rt:.'!U than that of outguit.g execuitvs. H is . quite natural that Ies .itteiitim is hue; to be bwlowed upon the oimpreitonsive dlraightfo.-w.ird anil convincing Mat paper from tho pin of H.-njaraiii ll.ir:! son than its jiitrui--.ii- nurd.-, c.iil for. The American j.np!e in their ivixloi havo thought proper to decuman nli. lute change in thf conduct of nation ntf.tirs. It was there prerogat.vo ai they exercis ;d it. N- R -publican, i matter how strongly convinced he n.n be of tho uuwis.lom or such a cours wiJJ hesitate in llio expression if tlu wish that th ch.snge whiuli iias been f-o unexpectedly entered upon will result in an nicro.ise of prosperity to individual antl nation alone. C ti .1 try is ever above party with truj Ainene'isi. Tfioso who beck all tl'e uccimpli -li.iK'nt of party victory victory merely :;'ii:-es ar, nu for the :mess:n of th anLiciiy c, inioriiii ui-yi .p i iim.w lucir uumber.-, may bo to their innuence. It isaccordin;iy au iDihsputable fact that the K-jiub'ic.sn mass's areasnnv ious to seo the prosperity of the count rv increase! muhr the neiv r.-ime, as are the m-esof the Denrvraltc voters. lhere w i one edition p. nnly autin pated in tho president i ia3-4s y.hscii Kpablicnos naturally are av.r.,o to see m called into ftsisteixv. ihe Hiarv.-. loJ3:,-roivt!i and prosperity winch t:e president s message p ,i:iU out will inev- lUibly cmituiue to prcv.iil in t.ie ab-nie ..!. ...:i :.i .i ui on; ouuai iuil.1 ui.iusv III uicviisuiij; national ihcy. Lo claim ot.rv.ise to fly in theraeeof all huaian experience. power to allow existing ixili.-ie.-to reinaii: unchan'red. If it wu-s hi to atmpt such n course, we believe it iv:!l ji-oally coo serve the material interest or the :i;i try, but it will also confer by impliai tion that it obtained por.er by resort to false preteasrs. President Harrison says that it would be olIenMve to susett that tne party coinins inta power wiil U'd carry its jiledyes or carry it3 principles iutoopora tiou in tho actual conduct of cittoiml affairs. Tne Dem-arati: cuticle is not so sensitive. The president's olli-ial position demands from him this courte ous reference. His experience tells him that t ie yroup of Xew York poliliciHus. through whose cndeavoin principatly the esistind adm;n:tr:,.tion has bsen brought to a closa wili or will not advo cate a change according as the result is like'v to continue them in tho control of tho offices. Pledges and principles so for what they are worth. The parti which, with ilsprofe.5ed principles and devotion toindivi.lualm in Kovernment, entered with an allmn- M ver tha en- tire couutry witli the .--';- ii apranan ism and fcocialism mav bo trusted to nr- ranye its prir.eipU-s in the saia'Iest possi blo compass to admit of free locomotion, lne rnmdo character ot political pledges need never be pointed out to statesmen such as they who engineered such an alliance. It involves a high tribute to !;. : :s .t i-l" ; uie inieui-cace oi mo .vmencan people, ; states cannot allow an European wvern when it must bo ackno;vled,?ed that j tIient to Peizu aud o.)er;ll0 the only there is not a sintrle statement of fact or rniiwav ino :u.roS3 lll0 Isthmus. French a sinclepod effect produced as the re-, g0ven.'i.iental confol of tho Panama suit of the past lour years of feden! ad , ra,iraa ttoaM uean the ctosinir to ministration which :s set fortii in lUv j president's message, thr. thev are not i tnoraumiiy iainn-ar will-. !.,..: km-kv. ; too, that, except in a few uti;m;Hi.fint ; particulars, nis re-Mm.uouu jiioiis mujr, Kopracucain oisrefiaitieo. xm-y oo uoi find it necessary to read his message to learn what tho results have been in cor- f tain directions of tho policy pursued by tho present adtuir.islialmn. They have ! known them rnd felt them and have re- j ioicedovermauyot inem wiiiioui reier- . ... ; enco to party pohncs. -I'e majority has decreed, however, that there shall be a resolution in national politics. It will take fully four years, therefore, before justice can be wholly done to the patty w tiose acnievemento are set lorui m ino message of President Harrison, or before luc iixu.umruuui, ...... .. . are embodied in mill, uieb&auo B "J fully recognized. -Y on::iii Swflrae in Xcw York. Probably a large majority of the plo of tho Empire State do not realize I that they have already taken several Tho United States will maintain the long steps toward woumn suffrage. At independence of the Repubiic of Xew -fir.t they avo women the ngi-t to vote ! Grm ida, or Columbia, as it is now call nt school dii-trict tlectir.ns snd made j ed, as tirmly as it maiuta'iiwi the ir.de them eligible tote:vesn kc.'ihi! baids . prudence of Mexico. The Monroe, doc and as school tntstw.-. List winter the' Iritis will bo upheld. American com legislature passed n law iiermittin' ' merce will be protected from foreign a? wometi to vote with their hn.-bsintls. ' -ia'iit. The nation will suoport tne ad brothers and sweethearts ou the tegular ' iniuistrrtlion in opposing European ag eloction day in X vem!i.-r for t!ie im j g eHMon up"n tho interests of this coun IKirtant county otuoe of scho-i c-yaiis.-, try and the liberties of a weak Auieri- sioner. ! c-in Male. A special ballot i? pmriJ.-tl for the, -- - purpose, which i3 tl stribnte.l by the . , , V?,S"(I",,!' , machinery of the r.e v biitot l-w nrecise i t. c5lP !he following from the Daily i.. r;I.n..i..r i.-n. t .i;.-;i,,,. i ht-itesmen. Salum. Oregon, Dec. 12, wherever a Pchoolcin:aisaiMner is to!..'' vc.edfor. In several counties in that. s'ate a conside-iMe number of women ea commutation oi seuienco to unn- availcd thenm'hes of .o:r new privilege J M"3 ?aMC&n nnJ t?'l!,.v o will leave at the lateelection-inTompkmstos!lc:l;9 lato pfinon enjoying the rights of ' bp extent as to elect a w.!m i:i r.:ho-.i freedom. He was convicted in Baker commissioner. It is worthy of cote.and . f '. ot anU sentenced to be ; u.oit encouraging, thai the' wo:een win. hacg-d. 1 oe governor was called ujwin j took ptrt in the electims y'er. nlmi-t to intercede and commutea Ins sentence ' exclusively of good standing l.ad" marked ' lo ',fe !nPsonmeat and he was brought j intellienco. t:i th -p.-mtentiary June 'S, 1830. He j Whatever mav lie raid -f unman sutT '5 '''-v d ing of consumption and the r.iiro m general, few will oues'ion ttie propriety or justice oi di"ii.g womn ' t i..., a , n,n ui.ti..r, r.t ti,., ' by whom their childreai' edtica'ion is to tin nnnlitr.la.1 S2Mi.ini r?i.ilr. illTtirit nn exceilont test of their fitness for pr.r- ' ticipatioa in tho solution ofbrgcr public ; tiiKstiens. Lp.Sifnisi: Iisinii:ri-a;!oil. : The immigration question will b-jf-olv- ed in part by tiie nC ion of Germar.y in forbidding the emigration of hercitiz.'ns i. .,...., ..... ....i...... ...,.i t..-..r.. ,.r .i t o.;i ... : ill u(;i ..iwi oirw i ii.-.) .. . .ij.-i.-i. r i . eaugrate. This in un'loi.'itedly n war measure, intended t-. ; eat the dinii ii u tii til of t!i" etTecti'. itmg fore of tho empiro and to pre.eut the emigra tion of thoso liable to military ferv::-, but it will have an appre:-!'ih!e inlliience ; upon the immigration of Germans to! this countrv. About one-fifth of our : iramigrantH come from number from Mim. country alone being approsimately twice tiie nuuioer irom uny o.ii.;r single nation. Our (jtiarantine regulations havo an appreciable elfect in reducing atream of innnig.-niion. During ,.. u ..t t.t..L. !... .-,: : ;.' ...... t.-L.j ; . -i'i'u.j : 1 .muoK....i .. ..j.-.o.i i the corresponding month :-r 1?:H. an 1 , tliAtot il numliHrin tin. f.i ir nniilh.. tn tot.ii nLuiuerin tne to.ir monttis , finilm,' 0.-tolvr HI was n,ir -.- ftUV 1 .. . t'.nii tlin nnn.linr in tli.i f.i .r n.irr.innii.1 ....... ................ ... . ..... i ing months of 1S91. Imm-gration fur ! tlu cdondar year will bo many thou-: eauds less than for the previous year. ! ; j It is Cumin;?. jtlm lmln nf Tiamnmti.. ' complaint has baeu the iniquitous t.nyes. Djmojratio sneakers on ii, i t1' ! clump havo howled agaiu-t tl.em. t!l(i Demoiratic prew has condemned them, Democratic state nud national platform!' hsve demanded their repetd. The mo-t obnoxious of tho taxes ma le necessary by the war the ineoiite ti. It was di.i liked by all classes and was the onr ngainst which the Democrats vented their spleen most particularly. It was repnL'd. When this is re-alled to memory the peoplo who electt'd Grover C.ei-el.li:d to the presidency thU fsll wiii be parti cularly interesttd t!i ann.iiin- onent bj congresiann Wik . in Ilii:ioi D-mocrat. I ilinthnu-iliinR.Kt.ii.win tl.n i,...i.. r ! his mco ne tax Dill, ihe prople ni;y n will prepare lor tits measur?. it is coming before the h.-st year o' tne new l fi.linmi2lpTiTi.tn Itiitl it!.:n 'I'Kn lira. ! tirnse for it will bo th n.jc.-Vitv of mis I :ng lho money to pa-. thr pensions. The l F-iuth int-Mids to make the north toot the Iiension bill. Wliilo paying your taxes don't for get to p'iy your subscription. We have no way of compelling our subscribers to pay, but we havo snrae inducements iu the way of premiums that ouh.t to on oourngaevory delinqusnt suoscriber to porno ia and pay up. The .nti-Omiun IiiU. Tho outlook is that the Hatt-'i nnti n il ... I !... .i. r 1... .1 ' of corn-Tests liiij winti.r It. .... M.r...,..l, liie house at the last session in deference a tipp seJ demai.d from tho nLvicu'.- :urd i'ltereitf of the country. It nfw inks us though it will be defeated in hesi'aalo in response to a demand for and lemon culture in California. ueh t.ctior. by the smiie interest. The) . Mrs. Dr. S. S. Hover and daughter,' isi-in the price of cotton has Iwnthe'of Nodawi.v, nie the guests of her 1 .rin.-ipnl Jactor m this chan-o of senti- parent.-, rl V. Hosteller and wife, of sent, infeo months azo cotton told i i ' tins citv :?i'.7vltl;;,r'1'-"n!'V".N -E!.r AMcrman lm.1 jit beun it ?T1:, t,"uc!lwl protracted intvtin,' at Fulon wium the i VSSt n"Ui lhecPP ,Srho-I - storm compelled li.m to close until a .ud a dehcient s-npply. as compared with f-.vnr-.bln mMi ihe demand, has rju up the. prico. , l,tt,r ? , , f,ton u T t This is the m..in cause of the rieo in: - Married, by ilhain Kaucher.. 7.1 ., c Hon at this time. Hut the price has ! " oll,1 -'" Vll-V! " ",p U,l,,r l,;!; . irr.no higher than it would otherwise j i Dee-mber, ljvi M. Arndorll and li!itM ilitnn luMril1Ca liutnfo lir.4 biH!ii ij ,i. . huwni; brikly for future delivery, ; il.xr the. Hatch bill. icr. it n law J planter could not rail for futuro dehverv. The w.uthern planters aro bentrni; to , StH, t 1IS point, anil are uunierouslv sin I ;ni, p.-'iiKm; to the senate to reject the! ) Uut..ji b!l. ' ; j ' j Mntv ".Slitilu." J The report o: the treasury dennrt-' I :m.Ilt 011 the roreiu trade cf the coun , trv ,,r tl... (irs.t aiav nmathf f w:, ir.,. ,i , .i. !,! ;,,., ;,-! ; Vtj 'jj r".t..,.i, o-,m,:i'h-.i I ? du,v and the b d.mce, or 52iK..;.-J.':7 j dutiab:;.. I'm- export for the mi..,. .vvro --r,. ,, (, ,til i J, ;t - it -.1.: .,.,.;.. ;i-.iJ i u,ih1i,ii.i,iiii. .iH.ll.. Jl- e'J.l, Oj 1 f ,- f o-iinn nnMf! il'3 It 1 Cll'l . , wilh u13 ',irtt ,5i.10 inntlis of ls,n tl0 ilU;ifirIS free of ,,u. v thi!) vear .ncreasc.1 nearly 11 w omL and tho! :' :,- XZir-. iZ A ' ..'.V .. ;.:t". " .... i.., .-, xtiii ii in u.?u ma iiui. niiii.1 ot ir.un in the exports, inn net in ..... ... create ,n the vah.e f domestic ex.:ts was tJi.!bl SZl. Eleven articles -Indian cm and meai, wheat and Hour, meat products, live animals, breadstufTs not specified, oil cake and meal, wood and nianuracttires, fruit?, lertih seeds 'anil voyetables, all agricultural jiro j ducts-frhovved an increase of cCTjK.K.I.OO), ; while tho nine articles which showed a I decrease of Sli'.SlnyV.O were, all but one, t tho output of manufacturing industries, '.'his is only another instance of the "'Sham'" of the thins called reciprocity which tho Republicans designed to Rive American farmers a Tureiii inarket.Jus: think of it! Sixty seven million dollars increase in the value or agricultural ex ports in nine months. Will our frionds. the enemy, proceed to smash the ! ,. ' '. ,,, ,J.. ' , reciprocity clause of the McKinley bili. possess the courage , , -, ? Our Uilits. American rights on the Isthmu? of P.'in.imn it-ill I ,rt m .lin l-tiiu.l Trutiintit i nartiion can bo trusted to assert the jubt claims of the United States calmly and with (.1 ;nity; as in the Chilian coi: I troversy, but with t!ie some determina- I.. I. mi T Aojerican commerce of tiie only prac- tic-ible route for merchandise across Ultf narrott unrrier mat separates tho ,u!unljc from the Pacilic. The disister ivhlcb it u.,)u!d 11Ijl.t on ocr So!Ilh i AIa0rican trade, and the ruin which it .voll!tl llrip r to Ameri(:;iri shipping en c ( , that tr;l(lo furnisIl anipie lrollIltls for interference bv tho United yijpg 'Ml.'c f,ora it9 commercial aspect the a.tom.,t i0 lrmke the isthmus French i.-il'lli:iL HI lliimu llio labiiuiun i'lciiu.l ...rtitjrv is lr, tt ,Krnnt detianco of the ;,iJ3roe- djc'rino. The Rotmblican party is pledged to prevent tho encroach tneut of h.uropeac governments on :.merican soil. When the power of tho vond LV(nell Enlmr.3 W1S at itg height, Republican administration demanded th0 Withdrawai of the French amy from '.l.,ri.,. .,! T:,ir, '.!.,n ,.ln,l.. , - i-..-o r.l tlir.llt.t. r-.. c trt .-II niii-t llin V. I. .11.11..1. IIC Mill. . .1 .1.1111. ... L IU. usurper Htxim.llian in his schema to fjt up as imperial throne in the sniihem republic, lost no time in obeviug the m-uidite. lsr: ' . , I Governor Penr.oyer jeslerday Knt- " .c.v..;-. .c...- m.-n.lation or three physicians who nad crammed him and the ditrtict attorney a'pn Tiiri.'rii ii.i I 1114 r'- funnininun is a voung man, who, ns a bov, had I mny ine-.tts. lit: was i.rn and raised P0Hr 1 , '"n am tiunng iii iitrjH-.i, ii'iiii'ii: ilia liiniiici 11 .ij iroc.l ' c ir.staatlv near him. She spent what iittlo means sim had acc.imul.ited dur- ' in" m-ifiv vo:ira fn iiofi-i-il linn 111 tli.i courts, and since his iraurisjnmcut she nas made Salem her home, working to maintain herself uud to givn the sick t " a tew lu-iiri?s in lua confinement. ! earlv eery day during tl.eso two 1 veitrs this heartbroken mother has j road ou account of aha condition of the made her way to the prison to see her i road.i. They had loaded ono (a yearling) boy. and no.v the is iv.-.arded by seeing j aod while loading a U year old tho yoar liim a frea man. Ha is likely, liow ever, ' ling broke his neck. Tho yearling soon !o receive a full pardon from on ! weighed and tho 2 year old over high. 1MJ. Quite an enioynbio nffair occurred IflV(iS.Pli'l'. v . I . Mil 1... - m fj ir i.-mv llm: x-t. .1 . t in our niiie lown iasi 1 nurttiay evening w I lMfUc? y,n a'4- 5heS P"I,'1 1 ' the way a surprise party at tho resi tn.j alone neiiig uuro anitc! 111 marriage nnd thev cele- ,1 r a n,,.n i., un,.pn,..n;n,. vieru unite.! in marriairo nnd they oraieu incir crystal weaning at tneiri ,li!,).0,,uL,'lul1";rae ?i,!,tMf V"' clt-v-oa ' 1 l;ad j lUCE:iilv by giving .1 dinner to their j : trly- 1 l)"do v-p-t! 11,0 n-cil'iont of . ", maiiy ver h uidsoine presents of gla.vs .... .... .. ... : nieenlrtriined were k-v. and .Mrs. 1 -r si R.bi.-to Mr and Mrs C J Hunt I . 1 it 1 1,1' . ;.;r. :int Mrs. G II. Price, Mr. and Mrs. t'.r.o.- .. t t t. .....1 ii .c 1 11 ihllj 1 tii"' 1, .ui. unit ..in-. 1. .t. 1 'it ,J -i . T .1 . jnrun. .sr. anu .urs. o. j. itieniieo .nr. ,.'! U .'IM. Pri,- nml .1 ..i..l.f.- -,n,i yra. Morristm and ilaughter. " tarkoy ivas disposed or in a most satisfactory manner, and although Cavo Hunt's neck isjaot iw largejgas (Jrover's 'ds g'-strononiical niipiir.'it us is by no ! means inferior to that of the nortlv nu- tontate. a very onj ivaulo tl.iy ,vas pass .1. ;i , ; - t . . .i . o I and ah united in wiping i, Jits !l ,,,nS "nd hal'P-v !,f''- their kind To Kenters! Hnro w a ohanc" to g?t a fjuarlor tion of thi land in Nebraska, dirt cheap. I Tho bst of soil, nnd cliiuato adapted to . r.ll kinds of grain. Will bo sold at a I bargain. For forth ir p irticnl irs, cill j tm, or address, L. N Schultc, Oregon, Mo. Important to Tax-Payers. ..ilen.r-v Molter, Uity l-ollector, requests all wiio nave not paid their area to come torward ami settle nt once, as on I and after the first of January, 1SD3, pen- rdty will be added; nnd that also alter that, date they will have to call at hia I t dr. ovor C. L. Eirans & CoV I tirug siore, lomaice sttiuemeiit, as no win j : no call upon them i jiorson after that 1 date, Pay Your Notes. Parties who gr.ve their notes nt tho,' Stcrrett sale a year ago last Ocwibor, nro i reauested to come un to the captain s desk and pay tho eamo, or they will hnro to pay cost. I W. n. STF.3EETT. ' j - Mrs. C. !). Zonk i.nd master Willie 1 Curry weto visiting in SI. Joseph, ttis , v.vi-lc. i --W. Kl. Piiwnl'aum has returned frora a tvn days." visit with relatives in ! Lincoln ard t n-neva, Neb. ! - ti:'v. Keiser has an nrliule on the in- 1 bide iwan ' this issue on tlie orange. Jrr,u 1 ntciiani, o.in oi liiKiuovv. j Ijevi Ziok, M. D. Walker mid i Jau.ei Scott, tire talkinc of leaving- j '!!' w,vlc ,,,r the t-uniiy clime Honda. ' V'' to avo'11 tho cIllll-v hlasts r Juiljje U ilrani I'oynter, of I-orbes tuivusuiji. was m to.vu litFt Tnetd.iy on .lis wa to Mound City, where he bas he is jroin to vibtt this winter witli his ''K1,",0"-,, , T , , .. i he !,.vk Island radioad is wrcst- -.- t-Iecniph opera- Uts. winch has b.'cu on for heveral days. i "(,th sule.i are wry ibd irali. and, as i 1 UsU l!' Io h suU"' "ro ver -onlideut of uee?F:. M . , ; - V , ill.nni Dreher has removed from ; near Jiaul ind to 'on Woods district, ...,., ,,r m,.. i... .....i....i m- i" I"" iJtiL-u east o! lireon. wliere he Inn purchased afarm frnin Matt (K-Iviu. Will is R form r Ore-oriite. and wo nro clad to . . . ... . VVUiL"J;I"u , 1 I I. tieneral passoncer wnt, of the Hurlinirton Route, is IviuL' Uu home of his sister iu Omaha in a 1 I : t 1-. t Tl I 1 .r mi-, " , . ,V. 1....W.V..4. ... 'IO... lull . I UIU UllllllbD IIIU.mi7. . " ' ' "v, L' 'orK a If possible ho will be removed to Florida , ' ..... . ... , will prove beneticial tohim. John Chandler, of tho new drug lirm. of Ciiaudler & Piorce, Xew Point, was buying (;oods in St. Joseph, Inst week. Go and see them for anything you may need in their line. They are prepared for tho holiday tr.ulo with as fine an! assortment of Christmns goods, as can be found in the countv. Society of Christian Endoavor meets at the Presbyterian church next Sun day evening. Topic, "What Has tho i-iar Taught Us." Leader, Misa Ida Kennedy. Our meetings aro growing in interest and a deeper consecration to the Maxtor's work is manifested by the young people. A free-will offering will ha taken to defray tho expenses of tho society. - Tho sepson for conllrsgations is nt hv.r.d and property owners cannot pay too much attention to the flues in their homes and business houses. The man who builds a home should be sure that his chimney builder is not only honest but suilled us well. It is an extremely tiresome as well as blasphemous wny of avoiding responsibility, this attributing of tires and the deaths caused by them to tho Deity. Th following lotters remain uncall ed for in tho Oregon postoflieo for the week ending, Dec. 10, lSOi When call ing for these letters please sav "ndver tircd:" Mrs. A. B. Raris. John Rortv lleld. T. Li. Harnett, W. T. Carter. Elijah Foptor, Mrs. William A. Flowers, Mr. Al. 'J. Hofr.nann. M. W. Holtz. threo letter? aud u.-io registei; Mr. T. S. Moore. R. C. Sherorn, Abo Stanley. James Sharps. J Mr. Tate, Miss Vinyard, Ii. S. Wood ward; nostal card, Chas. Swan. D. 1. Dobyns. P. M. Billy Nies loft Tceiday of this week for Cr lig, where ho will take charge of the tinware department in Frank K. Allen's hardware store. Billy is a tirst clais workman in every respect, and Mr. Allen is tj bo congratulated upon se curing his servi-.-es. We know that we are not alono when wo say that wo tire . : 1 1 u.ii.. I - r . siiiuij.ui ?i.i i i u iiinu ijiu :eiiii. UN iiir ho could count his friends in Oregon bv the scores in fact, men, women; bovs, girls, children and babies all l.ked liiilv ies. May good health, prosperity and I , hiinninnca . w. Ins it-lnkrirui- l.u mni- nfict ' hi lot. Mr T Tj P.-ien hnnlnr,, ilo.nl. Mr. T. L. Price, hardware deal er, for whoTi hn has been working, in forms ns that he will return at times when his services are needed. ClsrlMnias Kv I2.oreis's. Tiie Proibytorian Sabbath school will give an entertainment for tho benefit or the scho.l on Clirii-tmas Eve, coutistini, of instrumental aud vocal music bv our bett lojal talent: also recitutions by tho j children and gold m.d silver medal elo i cuticr.ists. This win be u very enjoyable nlfair. Full particulars next woeh. Hkw i'oint. - J. F. Chandler was in St. Joseph on business, Monday. Treasurer-elect E. C. Mevor nud family went to St. Joseph Tuesday, -Prof. J.-e Sohwartz. ot St. Joseph, was viamng in ew l-oiuu i:tsi oauiniay and Sunday. -John Amos, of St. Joe, was visiting in this vicinity I:tst week. He returned nomeMo.id;.-. - oris on tho Oren building is at a stand stiil on account of the weather, The second story is about linished. Mrs. Joe Bloimer, who has boen visiting at the homo of A. T. Bloomor, ... -n ! .- ' . ,v V,i . V4 There will bo an entertainment ! given mino uren nan uina mas mo., bouy cordially inyited. Harry Uillon moved to town Mon day. He will measure tape in the More jf Oren & Mover when Mr. Meyer moves to Oregon, to tal;o charge oi thucouuty's lucre. - B. O. Cowan met with ijnito a loss last Friday morning by tho accidental death of one of his r.rizo fat steers. He was preiciring to take a couple of his fat steers to the Chicago Fat Stock show. He thought of hauling them to tho rmi- ,,.,,,1, i,;rm,i,.v r 1,; ,1 :,n,.i,i.r t.u Ida. It was gotlen up bv tho voun , folks or thig v,cimty or whom , ho foilo.vit.g attended: Misses Ollio u, ..,.,. i r:,ni.m r.J.. n,-..n Lvdi.t Mi- or. Ella Messenger. Lucinda -.1 p........ Wesm Irvine Mini I '." H' , Albino, .MOodw. j rung .111.1 aj'. In lluiHniujn, Strother .., t.' ,rl Pnl.i Oa-n M'tinw I J.w.rin. ' r.igg, I, irl UMIH, Utten .l.Cins, lteorgt I),. ,..,,.111 -in-1 ll.i-ov Mcll in-iM 1O.lOV .111 iin.l 1 1 J. OJ .UL W.HI .1 .0. Pskuodonvmn. Ui'iil I-Atatc Transfers. ! The following m a list of tho convey-' nnces filed for record during the week, ! ending Saturday, Dec. 10, IS'.tt. Com-; piled by Gouv. Morris, abstracter, Ore-j gon, .do. I WAKKlSTV DEEDS. i (tiMirs.i U". lV.icck aail wife t.Inlin Wiaklcr i l.irr st nt :.ini ..tr: in in 'zj. ta, a-. i i , ... . .....) i .. i .. . ... ... ii ti.... .... ..... 1 , .lllil.t l.limil .lll'l lll'- I.r.l. l. II jj.ijji Wri nVmUmrXMmM;..!. it. W-,1-! Mm, it3 att'i I, uinfK-i, rnn'-t i iiy, .o. "u, s oiiiHi' Mi Ximi r.tv. !". W Hid ami wltc l Willl.-im linn;i-M. "V- r'S5.;':.";L,.'i!:-V.-- .... - For. t li. s'i. bl"k ji. Monn aii.t nifi- t.i IVtt r V. lull. lot T. i i.ma f '!li -51 -I to I T. 1 it:ttr.ni ami niiV tn.liwi.ti Cuillrr. lit : t nml 1. 1.l.ick Id. lirpsmi. $11. Ji.h'i Vt lllil ami nife l.i Wi.Iiain Hitl. tots S an.l III. bliwk !'.. K.-iW C'itv. $31. ! n.h. m-l.iii.l .mJ wife to.l. O. lieaueliamii, I ne se.i..t.-. w. w i Qurr-ctkiii tir.r.us. WHlIam Hitt au l v.ifi. In Wlllum K. Itl'liarl wn, Int anil P. li!k 4't, Kunt Cliv. ii. Tiioin.." K. TiHitle ami wile t Willi tin E. K!rlinr!son. ll VI an.l l.i. Ilrl; 13, lots 4 mii' - i '. iii.ipk'MS. F.irit niv.'sw. For Sale. A desirable fruit farm of twenty two ncres, one-half mile east of Forest City, c-hnirmilo eusloi forest, iity, ; and ono mile nnd a half from Oregon. I i I o jii.1 iiouse oi seien p.riiu3 iiuii uui-i 1 biiiliiinirfi. iruod barn, four irood cisterns. four acres in orchard and small fruits of all kinds, bainnce in cultivation with the .exception ot six acres ot nmuor. lorms made easy. Call on or address. H. R.OOER. Forest City, Mo. of Christinas entertainment to bo given I at tiie Christian church, Friday evening. Uee. -Zl 1S1-J: 1. Organ voluntary. j 2. Anthem by choir. "On Judr.h't: ! Haiti 15. Praver bv pat-tor. 1. Song by school, "Christmas Hells." "ChribtmasGreeting,"dessie Lewis. ' '" infant class, "Uood Xnvrt-- for Vou and Me." It' citation, Merita French. Iition. Wanche Collier, -Kinp . , . , , . j ' choir, "Glory be to Goi z-beve. K. Kecitatson, Maude Xoland. 11. Kindergarten e.-rcise bv infnnt class. Rectal ion. Vira Kennedy, '-The Star in the s;,ist J." 1'rcitation, Xannio Uurnctt. 1 J. Sony by clasfi ?"o. .", "Uiiiuici on .Sweet lSella." 15. iCecitntion. Myrtle French. "Wel come Christmas.'' 10. Recitation, (jot tie Payne. 17. Anthem by choir, "l'liey Heard the Sweot Sonnil." IS. Recitation, Edith Duujrnn, "To Santa Clans.-' 19. Sony by school, "Santa Claus." 20. Santa Claus nppearn and every body smiles. We will use you well, como and i-ee ns. Admission, 10 cen'-". Com. Tenth Aiiniversitrv. i I .in Innlh n. i ... T t . . , . . . UI Post, C. A. K. will bo hehl nt the rX ! adquarterp on next luesday evenii. wee. -ju, is;rj. 1 no lollowiiiy program , ,,a5 uuun I!rpareii: ! auV' -v- cnoir-.iessrs. junKei. Lytuiii. ikOMOutv, ac'iiit'.:! iiutl .vilbb'Jb AT.avmifl Frv Vtinnl; ff(ilM'L- nnl Atr 1 r.ul.i KiMT i "Tr,, Clr " ;v. .r)m Addresses will lm tr.uln bv Rev. T. D. John Roberts, Dr. A. Goslin, Rev. C. II. and others. Recitation Cora Fryo. Soiif.-s will be itite-apereed throughout the program. All invited. i- '..' ram of tho West End Mii -.ieal c;ub, last Fri day evening, Dec. 9, 1S'J2: Duet, "Waves of the Ocean." Gertrude Cummins and Rebecci. Van Bu.skirk. Violin solo. "Detroit." Emma Roecker. Vocnl duett, "Joyful Strains," Carrie and Rebecca Van Bus'drk. Piano to!o, "jj'a Mazono Mazurka," Gertrude Cumniinj. Vocal bolo,"Tho Reefer's Song," Frank j Allen. Guitar solo, "Cheerful Galop," Anna Roecker. Duet, "Gertie's Galop," Rebecca Van Ru-kirk and Gertrude Cummins. SongM by mixed qunrtette. Sunday School inhibition. Following is the program of tho en tertainment to be given by the Colored Sunday school at tho Colored Baptitt church, Saturday evening, Dec. 'Si, IflrJ: Invocation, Rev. H. Morton. Dialogue, "Tho Wny He MnD.'iged," Lewis Williams, Blanche Tahl and others. Song, "Pardon, Peaeo find Power," clmir. Recitation, '"Tvvinklo Little Star," Emma Thomas. Song. "Awful Shame," Xiithan and Edward Hayes. Dialogue. "Old and Xew Fashion la Willismi and Anna Stiih. Music, "Big 1." Song, "Calvary," choir. Declamation, "Christmas Dav," Tahl ,"I,u- Ed. I ward Hajes. Song, "Calling Today, choir. Essay, "Education," Mrs. Anna Hayes. Il.--p and guitar trio, Claybe Willi?, Marr.!ial: Cro.vley and J. I. Mnitnn. Recitation, "lioutrC Maid," Mrs. Annie i . i iJ0 , . ,.. , r .. . , f "p' 'f ?".'JI,fflwcr l,w' ' ? Vf1, n a vor,'T IjuIh MuHat!uen, uw WV'cIi. I --e'...oc, v.ocu i,;nt inline oi.tr, Georgia Johnson. Declamation, "How I Ate," Columbtia Stith. Music, "Big 4." Diilogue, "Aunt Prcw," Mrs. Stith and Hairis. Song, "Diving Bell?," J. I. Morton. Quartette.' Bad Cold." Lala McFad-d- n, Lula Williams, Viola Welch and J. I. Mor'on. Lil.cnation. Ira Stith. Diaiogne, Misses Sol ora Graves and Kale Sharp. . Diu-t, "Money." Masters Lowis Wil liams and Frank Welch. E-vay, "Ad ice to Bovs," Mrs. Anna Morton. Song, "Havo Coiirsge. My Boy, to Say X-,"" choir. Dialogue. "Fandango," Messrs. Willis, Morton. Stith ami others. Soiig, "Giory to God the Father," cl.ur. Oration. "Co operation," J. I. Morton. Music, "I'ig 4." 4 Ti'inporance. Jlrs. Harris and others. Dialogue. "Oriticifim" Mr. Aannu B. Hayes and Anua Harris. Song, "Wnit and Murmur Xot." choir. Pajier, "Oregon Critic," Lula McFnd- den. Recitation. "Ba a Bind: Sheep," Sher- i man Kulfaker. i Rccitatior. "Golden Kev," Edna Wil- Dialogue. "Homo Industries," School. Song."God be Witk You 'till We Meet Ag lin," choir. Corning-. Buck's baby llrvin; - Jao. Buck's baby (Irving) is on the si.-k list. - J. O. Meek, of Craig. "Lender," was in attendance nt the dance. - A. O. Dankera was in Nishnnbotna on last Monday, receiving it car load of hogs -Claus Peters was visiting tho whole sale merchants of St. Joseph last Wed nesday. I. S. D.inkorg was buying a largo lino of Christmas candies in St. Josjph. last TueMlay. - Henry Be.ising, of Xit-hnn, was buy ing holiday goods of our merchants on last Tuesday. Charles Adkins has returned from n prospecting tour. There is no piaeu like ' homo, Charley. Grorge Arbuthiiot is on sick-leave, and Elmer Currier, of Bigelow. is worlc- , ing in his place. I Jno. Sclinitker, of Nishra, was visi I ting his Mster. Mrs. A. J. Rilter, of our town, last Tuesday. ' Mrs. Chas. Thomas has returned ' homo from a cnu wek sojourn with rel ! stives in Auburn, Neb. Weo. .Mock and .Andrew u alters re- tu:ne 1 from Rock Port, where thev dis- j posed of their herd of horses, -Dr. Rmmert, the veterinary surgeon !of Ncrthorn Missouri, will make Corning l SLUI1IU l II.V IT . ' I . A III7C.IJII . j -Several young couple from Craig j a topplng pl ico every 1 neaiay. were ai leiuiiiig ine nance in llie opcitt, u"as ln our ,asl L ues""-' A Mr. For. of larkio. is visiting P-Jtor llarner this week. Ho is on his ' ! road to Fnilerlon. Neb., where he nas rented a iUl aero farm Kxoii KsoTn. Union. .Tames Curtis sold six head or cattle j to Mr. Gelvin, last Monday. Prayer meeting Saturday night will be led by Tom Kyger. Subject: "For giveness." Jnko Buchor nnd little dauchtcr. i Edith, have been on the sick list, but aro - , - . or . , """"" - " There will bo a Xmas trpn nnd en- tertainment given by tho Sunday school . - Christmas Eve. This will bo a treat for - " Prntrnetpd miVifinTr iticArt tnat Cm jdayuight. It was not well attended through the weolt on account nf the storm. - U.to. r,. .ia-c? i asiw"" 4 Mm i 1 j$ K1 pi Of. the Latest Designs and most elegantly finished assortment, consisting of Parlor Suits, Bed Room Suits, Lounges, Couches, Side Boards, Secretaries, Fancy Chairs, Rockers, Whicli they sell cheaper than they have ever been sold in Holt County. We also have a large assortment of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Mouldings, Curtain Poles, Swing Machines, Sewing Machine Supplies; Undertaker's Goods and Furnishings, Looking Glasses, Wall Pockets, Etc. Etp, In Fact. Evtri'tliie t be Fowl DENNY & I keep on hand i Coffins, Caskets and Undertaker's Good If you wish to save money, call on me. I guarantee satisfaction in quality and price. A. BERRES, Oregon, Mo., West Side Public Square, next to PostolSce. mm. m vmm j O-r i . i ji jk.. The late snow has helped the sleigh-ra-.: v vv T-i rS.Vv. -. " ir-jrr. v:" "v v? Vvv?r7;Viw ' ing. and the people have been impn.iv yrti' 5Rix?ivfV.Si'V- PINKSTON & IIOBLITZELL. -i. ha Pine Lumber GBEGOM, MO. Contractors and Builders. Plans and specin - cations cneeriuiiy iurnisnea. ,V'vv,.4'X-.i f i&Vi; Persons visiting our establishmen will American Noveltiea in all departments, J Dress Fabrics, Black and Colored Silks, Mourning Goods, i Dress Trimmings. Ladies' and Childrens' Cloaks, Wrappings, Suits Furs and Undervvca-, Wedding Outfits, Infant's Ward robe, Ladies and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods, Lace Cur tains, Shades. Draperies, and House Furnishing Gocds, and Everything in Domestic Goods. tn fill rlanqpfmantn '.- ti o llT.TT TT?T?Ci"' erl1 ati'flv 1. n 1 . . Tl- It. nip !1 1 1 1 (. nnii nn I n! ROOtls WE COUllT A COMPARISON j trade to pay us a visit or tn send for samples. All packages checked and delir - j ered to R. R. dupots. f reo of charge. CHAMBERS & MABNEY Dry Goods 'Co., Lowest Exclusive Dry Goods House in St. Joseph. g18jin.ljV20Kcl.x8t., :.: ST. JOSEPH, MO. YOU mm mum T 3BY HAVE Jl. A Wardrobes, Mattre SCHLOTZHAUER UNDERTAKER. a Fine Stock of Also a Fi'rsi- Irs ,J"1IJJII --l their time in riding behind high Lr: :ts i: & Building Material, - 5 now find the vey latest Kuropcan nnu including Staple antl velty OF PRICES. We invite all classes of Oi tTA JUST OPENED sses, ii a First-Glass Fiiraitjre Store! He7 Maillaml. ! Suuire Stncey was in Oregon ' business last MoctUy. j The joungtst child of Dr. Algire is i periou-ly sick :th malarial fever. The Junior ciw"rth Icgue are preparing a program fur Christmas day. Dr. H ill and ldy returned Satur ! day evt-niug having lten called to the funeral of Mrs. Knit's father. ' Dog entertd the chicken hcuse of ' D. W. Fullerlcn last Sunday nignt. and ) killed twenty tito chickens for hint. Mrs. A. C. Ware, of Oregon, was ckII ed here iast Monday by the li'ness of her nioce. Sitt!" Mam'e Pinkstof. O. Silvers wiss IreBting bis best girls- we dctit 1:low hu rnauj tiu-re were ol them to a sleigh ride last Tues day. j -Mit3 Xeli:e Mr.swe! sc.l her 'brother Lucien. re;isrnrt honie last i Monday from Kicka: Kansas, brinc I mg a cousin wit!. t:.i 1.1. Dr. Barron, a wt-ii kno'tn phjsiciaa of Graham, died last Tuesday cfttnivn. : niter a brief illnot-s. He leaves u wife j and several children lo mourn his Iof. j Mrs. Sophn Thompson, dsuchter of l -m . . . .i . , uiu. ueiuii, rvturueti imui .-uiurHt;ti Momlav She sold her chum in tht I west and I parents. expects to remain ua ber teppmg steeds, wni:e the merry jmg ing of bells has made "music nil the day" The Itoys had a w.ilf hunt Tursday. resulting in getting in sight of a nionstt r tin. ber wolf but that was all. This wolf has been cuumitting many depredation? in Nodaway county and the farmers j have concluded to wage war against it. 1 - John Ogle hud a close call last Tuesday evening. John had been hunt ' ing. and returning to Kecyon'a hard j ware store. Not being able to ext-act I the loaded shells, left them in the gun: ho pl.'tLvd the gun on the counter nnd ' proceeded to unload from his pockets ! the extra 6hel!s he had; informing Mr. Kenyon that the gun was loaded. Dave ji'LeK I tho gun. causing it lo explode, discharg I ing its contents between Juhn's arm and liody, and lodging he load in a Round Oak stove, demolishing tho front and denting the back 1 1 n manner that sug gested terrific force Strange as it may i j teem, John escaped withouUn scratch. After tho smoke cleared away, an empty gun three very scared men and a batter- I tfl stoyo were nil that indicated how , near the grim men. tnr had passed as he swepht or. l::s rutidess way. I Rr.fOBTF.i; , t'lu-rr.v HiOv -Mr. Hum CroRs was visiting m , .Mound Uity, baturdav. Quite n member attended divine I services nt New Liberty. Inst Sunday. , Several of our young folks attended I ntteran nt i'luasant ilill last 1- ndav nignt. ; Judgo Van Wormer, of Mound City, was visiting in the neighborhood. i uesday. f - . an Uornmr, of Craig, was tho ! guest of Mr. All-e.rt Van Wormer, " baturday. I Many of our famlies have left tho ' cornfields and takn to a more genial dim that of the comfortable tire side, Mr. Tlrif. Crews has been making numerous vim Ik in .mhv Liberty of late, We would like to kaotv the reason of theso visits. i Somo of our noted sportsmen n& quitted themselves in a very creditable. not. a complimently a complimently manner, a few tlnvn nimrhav tint tho frpnsto nit in f f it.Ti f " C" T . .... .1 to attend spelling school atNew Liberty. Wednesday night, but owning tho sud den change of the elements, they changed their notion. t)os Quixorr- The Missouri association of colored teachers will hold a three days' eesaion at Kansas Citv, beginning oa Decem ber 27th. OTZHAKER'S OAD "L"3 Lawn Chairs Etc., Sictel Slock, Fure.st City. cn Miss Anna Batik was TiRitire frd ahoppiug in St. Joseph, Saturday last. lnon-as leare, Jr.. nas atcepttu ft position witli D. S. Alkire in hinjdiug store. Miss IJ.i Mey-er w t! thr jrcest of tl e Missef Auna and Mary Knull during Inst Sunday. -Mrs. S'Lis M. Glaos returned Jwt Saturd-ty from r. two weeks visit with her daughter in Nebraska. -M. V. If. Cits and .1. a Latham hare opeLeJ up a blacksmith shop in the Lunsfj.-d taii'diDg. opposite the Baptist chu'ei'. E J. McMarn std Mr. Ly;us hvo a!.o opened up a blacksmith aud wajjcQ snop la the Mciluan buildint,-. east of the por-tofiire. Five dollars and eighty five cents that leir.g paid r.r fat hets i3 bnnff icg many c-f thrrn ti the market. Corn is :iIo it gctvj tit mum" at froia twentT rive to tectv-n;ce ctcls. Ourer.tefvri;rg tovR?rrtn. I. P Sctcy, cot Ivjsjj a:?tirrt ith h.a sp:e?ui:d bcsir.irss itrd p5srect5 hre, h.is lur:hT ft slivk ol srowrica in St. Joseph. sd jjacvd liirry C'badcick io charjr. - HoIiiUy .lonsKcnts and feMivitirtt are in pr.-psritKta: Uth public and nn- vnttV ITiw Mrthrtiist asd Bsvtlst Sun- day svh.!s Uave vicrd ttvether for the J iWBi-it'in. ud vt-i. tj,v Oirtrtujsa tree at sh.- Iiiniix! .-hi!v! i' r.. Kstun! i Ir in .itivs... i.. . - v. i. - . - - - ,-.- . . - ...t ovvnMVa vve jvNXsura. to both rounc nud kKI. Obsfrvrs. AVatiiut tJnivc- Fnti or Webster wss ia this vieinitj last week. (7. V.. TredencVs Sundayed io Mound City. Mr. lion. Carter was visiting at Mr. Luniford's lust w-rk. V". S. Caution shippetl a car of corn to Kansas Citj, last week. - Miss Steele, of .Mound City, was tho guest of Mr. mid Mm. Foster, a few davs last week. -Mr. Stroud left last week for Okla homa, where he intends looking- up some land interests. Mr. John II. Minton and fr.mily were visiting Mr. ileury Bottle anil family, over Sunday. -The third month of school closed last Friday, with 30 enrolled; averogo attendance 21. Tiie re wcro thirteen that did not Miss a day. Amity. L'niiiii. Mr. Thomas' Wright nnd wife, 'of Mouml citj, vvro visitiu;; with us last week. - Mrs. Jushun Adalph nnd daughter, Bessie have returned home from n visit with relatives in Mound City. - L. I. Moore, the grocer hit put in the finest and largest stock of Queens waro and Glassware ever Been iu Molt County. Get his pricea. SlK-rittN Sale. l!y virtue nn.t.iiitlierltr ol a crnm! rirrii- !um, Iih.ioi irm liit-uillc? tl the dirk nttlio clr.-iittn.iirt nt il.iit rniintv. Mhuiurl. return- ;iI. id llin J.U!:i.irv Irri.i. USCef until nitit. ;uih iiiini-dirrcirii iii f.ivur ut lion en K. Vlw add niruluit J. Fmter 3t.irli:il anil J?ri.I firiiMbf ek, I Invcli-ti.-l iiixiii anil M-l7.rl itlt .hi itchr. title. Ii:t-mt aii'ti-I.tliiKif Iht-ialil.Iactiblin-'-lirck r. In and lu tlie tultun itic dracrltirtl real CTta'e, tii-Kit: All of tile liurtliwi! otlrtltr Itll nf msrllnn k(C). limnIiili f.ixtv-i.iie 1611. laiim. mirtv- rlht(38). I)inx wnt .f the pulillc road ami K.iuiiiiu imn t-ivrjt, rxcfpi out. acre noiii lut I'. K Itckrrinir. "ii.. Hud niithnir .-em mild t. riterllvg Miirrty, tlir tract miIU tn 1-yl Omi rt at. till Intel mill to tlie .Mouud Cltv Cannlnr- ".. til- tKiCtvitd to lter C. Si-tuifeldt it.ut tlie rlslit of war if the Nodaway Valley Eail niiid iniiip&iiv. All Ivlnr nnd lliur In thn Caiil county, and it.'ileof .MiiM.uil.niid I wilt oil TflUKNIIAY. JAXUAKV 31b. 1593, brtveiitIi.ioiirof clnr 'lock lu Ihr foru timm. and tire "Vliiek In tlie nllpmniin of (hit day. al tlir court IiiHid'Kir,iu Ui rtir of Or-i-pm. enmity t.f IW. ndinM-iH, I1 the saniit or mi miKb Ihrrr. f s may In n ijnlrrtl, K lb Iilshetbldd.rfnrr'T9ii iu hand, (nl.Jrt to ill nrlor lleiM nml luiteinrnls.1 to satisfy uttd n- ceutton suit cults. W.H. FRAME. Sherla t.t IIoU Couty, Mn, r - .u i . . .