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Utipiibllean Coiiresiin;i! Cmj- teiitloii. f.Sr; Joill"!I' Mo., June Cth. lS'.'l. xim Kf)ul.!i.-;.ti:;.1ri!. iV U:srM..i- ! U ibtrkaof y mri, ar. hen l-i railed to meet in .iel... .iiinviitijij"ni tho Cjiurt ll-.ti.-e it) j;u, c;Jv f m. Willi-. Mo.. ni Vt-:e:.l.i Au. 8tSulfci'. ii2 ''lock 1 1. ii., f.lr ill:- ;i.-rjK.-- if c'nui.,. in; n cau.lid iH-'io for an n ;-re-sentatiie. in aross from S;,j.l d.Mi-set. nt tho.N v. :i i . elc -li-ia, an, fur mu!i other liMii s as tnav prnjierly come before tli. mv.vuinii. Tho Insjs . ted by tli.iM.:riiitt Hi is one del-;;..! " -i every IrTi vuIcm cast for ( Jers. C. Cm . fcr.cjDrf-iri. Tim aii'jrtiuiiiuoiU ae follows: Andrew county, 1 1: Atchiswi'coutiti. ' Biiciiiinnn i-mnty, j-,; Jnl roiintv. IS; -oil:iA:iy ..njiifx.-j;!; Platte count i. 7. IJyi.ntT 'of .the Cin:rr.:iiiia! ('. - nr. citttee. M. SwiT.Tz, Chairman. It. M. Atir.i:o:to.Mi!ii:. Sec'y. Thir l-'iirmcrV Sli:iri tn If. For n irmiher of lears tiast the. e's-p.-ession of dibsatifaotion which pro ce-ded from theaanenltural clauses con , nothing to bo taid in its fnvor. Htitutwl the oh-ef feature- of pr.-vaihtii; ; The leading express companies have ppouoniic and ko.-i.i! dioeui-jion. The tested the duplex system with the Fame attitude.-r the fanners was in Mil. ' -.lull end .chediile of liurcs aud have f.t.:n-, that the air i;rs of th? country aboned the complicated scheme and were icms c-onduvted on principles adopted a plain dratt similar to that which inevitably led to their im;ierish us-cd bv the hanks. Tho stub-end fea ment by Me maintenance of an inrtnuit ; turn that seems tc have favorably struck iui" by Mem oi distribution. 1 he chief tjN.i-cts or mine adversion on their part ' -a-M.-e the tari:F and the muietarv --ve-temofthe country. A ureal denfof the tunni.il in ihi regard has pasced away. :n. th-. r tirtvenlatives of tho farmer-), recumun:. uu doubt, how much tho belter olf the agricultural cla-rarea'Jt!,,. present," muin! t!un nlninst any othr in the country. lia-e wi'ly defuh-d to reincin 'juiet. In view of Jjto existing couthtiou:; il ' ii worth whsltj trjitin a retri-.ctive f iance at the claims which the fnrmiug class had put forward and the prei-eut condition of such claim';. The chief de inand a for a removal of the existing tariir. That tariu" provided for their protection in a great many directions anil so operated. The inonetarv nvstem which they then denounced involved mo purchase and coinage of Hilver in ''(;" luiifiiuiisi. i m.iay me latin is in the point of removal, and the purchase of aud coinage or piker has been brought, to a close. The farmer's coa dition has not ciMblv improved. The condition of every other cla-s in the country ha.t is-ildy dtclined. Through out the agitation f.irt'j" of-lnblisiimect oi a tarilt for revenue only in the pref ont congress there has not been heaid a voice from the agricultural regions ad vocating that policy. We have seen all eorts of changes in the position of the party in power effected trmm time to time on tho subject, but the Tanners have remained quiet. Not a word has been spoken in opposition to tho claim tet forth that the farmers ought not to be deprived of the protection which tho -McKinley bill furnishes them: hut. on , the contrary, tho growers of ono or other ,-iind of agricultural products huvoiieen oefore congress insisting on such pro tection. I'epublici-i legislation on the silver question was a stench in tho nostrils of our agrarian population. Vet tho efforts to suspend the silver-purchasing fea tine of that l.vv ha3 raised a tremon dons outcry r.gain-t it on the pirt of tho samsi class. The schemes for the establishment of government pawn enops, r.-r liie ownership and control or ' " cords of wood for court house use, the railroad--, mines, telegraph lines : !lt -.7o per cord. nnd other agencies of miblic usefulness ! The ro.ul petitioned for by II. B. Law and enrichment have" all pawed into renco and others was ordered opened 40 present oblivion. The fanners are se cure m their position. They realize th.it theyaro in comparatively prosperous circumstance, whlio the oth-r ;uf tries of the country langui.-u. a. neir only demand now heard is in favor of the enactment of nu income tav law. accompanied by a threat that unless ! as the voting place. I he new township that bo granted" they will come forward '8 t" a knwn as Minton township, in with much more radical proposals. honor or our old friend and fellow citi All this but shows the insincerity and j ze" Henry Minton, Esq., and willjhave thoughtftilness of those who have main- l'1, following metes and bounds: tained the agrraian agitation in this I Commencing at tho west line of Holt country for years. They have not ' county, at the Missouri river where the known what they wanted, j same joins the southwest corner of frac and thev had overlooked the tional section 11, in township CI, range conditions of substantial and continu ed prosperity which distinguiphed theln from almost every other class.J Thev -:bave helped to bring about the change for which they raised the outcry. The comforting r.suranco at least remains wuii mom, inter having accomplished a part,their designs, that thev will be tax-- 1 ed for their sugar hereafter, but the 1 skeletons that will bo netvssarv f0r ' them to use will be admitted l:itv fr Obviously no farmer or labonni? man i t ekele- j article ' can possum- get along without a ton, while those highlv necessr.rv to tho Tanners like turtles, snails and)1100' Holt county in the Missouri riv thump.s will be admitted,-Tree for his r; thence up the said Missouri river benelit. I along the west line of Holt county to ' A IIinvv F-iiiui-n " ! u? lPn,Ja" ''1811110 great grocery firm . of .Steele i Walker, of St. .lofer.h, p.nd ono ot tho largest commercial establish ments west or Xew York, made an as signment for the benefit of their creditors. W. W. Wlieelor and Beattie Weakley aro named as tho assijrnees. Tho liabilities of the firm arc tnlnnul .. TTljf 1 f .... cl-T-r li I.. . i 30 r . ,'S claimed, will largely exceed their liabili lies, ami it is thought they will be able I i pay an editors dollar for dollar. illO credit Of the liniiw ll.-m nln-nvo been at par and its obligations ha.-i never been disregarded. N'o ehtablisluneot of its kind in tiie country stood higher Willi UIO ira te than t hm nni.. unrl !la meof buasgradua, 1 1 1 a i llv re.-inn r.T iu;a r..:t.. . I m,i nntu V tt . ' . "7 ' vJ I'1, '7"s. ",im.K anu i and for a stimeearlv'in Uf 'tbTnSr r,n.i ,i;.i ti... .i . - ," , their sen..' an S yanij d to"o ' institutinnRliim-neurV;.,. " V V i - au nh i,'JB,i" usual had happened. g ! ' 4 I I Thirteen-Year Locusts ' . i The scientists at tho agricultural do . parttiient say that tho fo called "thir teen-venr locusts" which have made their appearance in Missouri, andalsoin ! localities in Illinois and other Weetern j hlates, areof the brood nf periodical ci- cada. which have been expected and aro I likely to be found in other parls of the-! country, partielarly in the West and South. Mr. Howard, tho entomologist if the dejiar'.mcnt, will Im glad cf any iiiiormati.iti concerning them. H botx-i that scieiiiins tiiroiighout tlioi country will iii.il:,) a studv of tl.o phe iiiMiienoK and fiirtiisl. him as much well 1 ailetleil data as nostab e. In thin etni.. ' thev are alreidy at work, particularly in I i te uarlt region, nml may lie inci ted 1 inniiighoiit Ihesl.-i... g.ner,. .except in theiiorthv.-esterti countie . 'i Iiih it; also the data for lli arrival of Sni. 'Vev enteen year locust," which made their hist visit in 1877. and can be expeet.-d m ', New Knglaudand the Eabteru (Antral states. , M --- .,. , Itcniamls the as;. 4 An imnortfint imoir.in,.., .1 i.... ! lieen mady ir the Kansas Citv i;nurt ,r ' s atiteals.eachof the jntiies'hanline- down t separate opinions. It was decided that ' when a peruoi employs an auent t. take I iiut n policy or insurance for him. and ! the insurance company cancels the jiol icy. notice of oncellation Kerved on the ngent tsnot loirally Hiiflii:ii i.t !o n-ndor ; the policy ".oi.l. biniine. 1' Jn-'il. i in nsl lHt-erved on the l.-i!'.-' -i !:; I .-vilicy personally. The 11110 .:, h.i.j . never been decldod iu thif ;.tali before, j find r.lTefts ovry holder or a policy of m- liuratica. Chas. Hartjifc. -.ih-iu r. Itirnini; Iionio frim "he IC.ekip-vt hIioiv last Wednesday ui;ht, coliitle.l with another team epriDgin tUo wheel cf iua bugy. TlieXew Orders. Pusttu-if-tcr Shutts baa received an ititoiceof the new Tangled money orders u.Iotited liy the (Histolliue detartment,tu lake the 'dace ci iiostal notes and of the old t-lyio of domestic money orders. But fev.,tiau ai; jet t-een the new ordero, and tim iy-tio has be:un and is to boextetid ed to al! jioJSiofiicerf in the country as the etiuii'i of oid forms ruim out. ! .li a i;oui;irehe?ive cllort at myetitica-1 ti.in. deinonelialion and condeiuniitioii tho invention iiroiuin.-s in ! n nro- ' llulliltvil success. In the hrct place, tii" ern:ie iu size and cessary am otint- of ne'v form is ciimbc n -lveri an untie c fit the part of the posctnaeter. In ' -eeoud place, the form is not now, n ;L in ite principal characteristics a ( diij:Iiiation of the system caht nside by i ti.e vai ious express companies for da j fects which are too numerous to itemize. ; hero. It has no nyiutaiu over tho sy.-teni that has been in uee for the t past twenty years or rnoro except that , the puichucer of an order is not requir j eil to till out a formal application in writing. In that retpect the pet mjheme I of postmaster General Bipsel m com- ...no.t-.l.la U I.,.,-,..,. !... !,.,-.. :., the eve -f the iKiatmnster general ia not only open to many objections in practi ca! use.but it is under letters-patent to tho New York foreign ngent of tho American Express Company, Possibly Mr. ilissll. d d not kno.v t'liB when he n.fipleii it lor governmental use. It is unowti as the 15,-rrv patent, and patent, and in case the owner elects to come in for com pensation for its uo what is the P. M. G. going to say for ht-isclf? The postal note thus, nliolished has been in use eleven years, but liko nil good things it had its faults, and the wor.-e of these was tho ease with which it could he cashed by thn wrong man. Tho new order will to some extent ob viate this without poceptibly increasing the cost. Th. money order business might bet ter have been loft as it was than to sad- Mile such an abouination upon the postal service, it inesysiem in use ai present by the express companies is good enough for them, however, why is it not good enough for the postoflice depart ment? Tho orders could be filled out with one-third tho labor, they would not be half so cumbersome and still they would bo more than twice as useful. Ollices now designated as postal-note . ollices will, under the nrrangement, be come "limited money-order ollices," that is, ollices authorized to issue money orders for sums not exceeding io, but not to pay any money orders whatevor. County Court was in session for n couple of days this week, adjourning on Tuesday. The most important in their proceedings is the order creating n new towrship, to be known as Minion township, and designating Foriuscue ns the voting place, Charles Butler was ordered to bo sent to the St. Louis t-chool for the bliud. Bridge Commissioner Morris was or dered to lot a bridge to be built over the I!ig Tarkio, on the road petitioned for by E. A. Brown and others. Thomas Cottier and Charles Stadler, were awarded contracts for furnishing feet wide, The court upon petition of J. M. Min ion aud others, created a new township and voting precinct out of certain terri tory belonging to the southwest part of Bigelow and the northwest part of Lew. is township, and Fortescue designated 40; thenco east about 1 1-2 miles to the southeast corner of section 13, township !1, range 40; thence south one milo to the northwest corner of section 30, town ship U, range 39; thence east 4 mile3 to the northwest corner of section 20, in township 01, rano 39; thence bouth one m''e to tnp northwest corner nf section 35t in township CI, of range 39; thence wist one mile to the northeast corner of i-ectiou 33, in township 01. range 39; thence pouth about 4 1-4 miles to the southeast corner of section 22, township G0 range 39; thence west to tho west j the placo of beginning. The new town- Iship will contain about 23 square miles. with a population of about 1100 and having about 225 voters. Tho toad petition of Robert Patterson was withdrawn. Road overeeer Wnkely waa authorized to repair the bridge on the load on the Eouth Fide of the Fonthweft 1-1 of sec tion .10, township C3, ran?o .18. Overseer Hardmna was instructed to ostruct five sower pipe cuUerts in bin '.lUtrh.t i district Tho court adjourned to meet J uly 2d itiff Fruit Farm. Mr. F. P. Graham htus returned from Chicago, where he closed adeal by which . . . -. . , . 'SSai acres cl rruit-producing lana in ll-well county, Mo., twelve miles wuth of West Plami. Th property was purchased in ,h ni""e f " R Graham fr " i8 the first practical work done for tho scientillc development of rtf f rk G"!- "' other fruita will at once be planted on 4.000 wsriw, and nil tho wines produced market. The company wi l also do a big canning business, but the output will all ko abroad. T't, wropany will make no attempt to compcto in American markets, but will aim to produce the best wine obtainab.e from grapes grown in the United States, and the best canned goods that can be put upon tho market. Tho purchasers or this big tract of choice iHnd ar very wealthy and will spend money liberally in a scientific development of fruit cul tore. The property was purchased from Mr. Miclmol Urand.of Chicago. hom Mr.(irn ham fouud an excellent business man. Tho price paid was about 600,ooo. Ex. . . , ,. . , Auerlisei Kellers. ti.. f..ll..-. ; for at the Craig postoflice, fur tho month ....ding May 31. 1801. L. Li. Teare. I. M Miba Ellio Huba. Thoinau If. Hinos, M. Uibson. ., . . ro,Kl;-fr CITV ' Allowing letters remain uncalled for at the I'.irest City jKistonico for the month ending May 31, lovl. Jno. France, Jr.. P. M: Nathaniel O, Hoylrw, William Raker, MrH prlltl(.e Foster, Miss Nora (juten. luev (iullilxir. Peter Hansen, John M. Jackson, Mis9 Iora Parkington, Mrs. Ann Kucker, Ij. Ti. KobinBon.Kvj.. I Kd Smith, Kd Smith, ('"- Whl- iiura;OM IetUTS uncalled for nnd remaining in tlie lui-lullir. fur tin) week einliiitf .lime s; lsr.ll- llu..uo I- .Suit,..! ......I ,t-l...,i .... . 1 !li:ur lor ttii--e: M-;e livatie. Mir.u.M. H IfitiR.! (Mibh inura ICokiIo. MiFH Clnrn May, lr'i.Stemnnon. II. Hiiutth, P. M. Mill'ird Hi. I. of l-'in-nl I lily. h run r.iny "tails I'liiHir.eJt'M Ii-'irlier t-'oiii fm a fa' duvti, u!:i!i Clark tal.ca -i fc- day rest. JUST WHAT YOU WAST. A Mnp Tli at Kvery Home in tlie County .Should Havtt. The StNTiNEr. has made arrangementR for a premium wall map of the stale of Missouri, which its bubscribers can i;et free by a reasonable payment of sub scription. This map i;ives the popula tion, by the hist ceniuts, of the stale, by counties. To fact, it irivas all the towns 'of tho state and their population, and in - f dicates all the money-order postoflioes in j tne st;ltt,. As a jt il? rtvised to the iirsl of tho year, lhL'l, aud, in our judg ment, is very accurate. It is already to hang on the wall in tho parlor or sitting room. For reference or convenience, every family in tho county ought to have one. me map has been retailed in many towns, tho least retail price wo have heard of being 5u cents per map. The Sentjnkl, will give one of these maps free to every subscriber of The Skstinei. who will pay one year in ad vance. Every new fculscribor will get one. The map must be gotten at our office. We caunot send it by mail. How long we will be nble to offer these map9, wo cannot just at this time say. We have contracted for a limited num ber, and hope to be able to supply any number needed; but as tho publishing house has been selling them only at re tail, through agents, we may not suc ceed in getting more, even if more should be called for. First come, first served, of course. Any one who wishes to examine the map is cordially invited to come to The J .sentinel ollice and do so. 31 3 Dolcnse. Eoitok Sentinel: -Permit mo to make u friendly correction as regards a notice which apjened in your paper fa late issue signed by the revorend gentle men. J. H. Tobias and A. E. Flickinger, stating therein that I was not a Presid ing Elder or member of the Evangelical Association nnd that Rev. Jamas Kuncie was uot a minister or member of t!e same; also stating that I had a few years ago withdrawn from &aid Evangelical Association in ho unchristian manner nnd live in opposition thereto, ic. I want to say that said statement is whol ly and in every part untrue and a fabri cation of falsehood, intended to hurt the good name nnd influence of Rev. Ituncio as well as myself. llo7. J. M. Ituncie was duly appointed by the Sta tioning committee of the Platte liver con ference of the Ev. Association to Oregon mission at its last session, held March 8th, 1S94, at Dawson, Uichardson county, Xeb. I was duly elected to the office or presiding elder of said conference, March, 1S92, at its session in Glenvtlle, Xeb., for a term of four years and sta tioned on Blue Springs district and am still serving this district. Aud whereas, Henry L. Price, who is a member of the conference took up an appointment at the so-called Shaffer school houso last year and held a revival meeting and or ganized a class of 30 members; therefore said appointment "vas with other points in lion county tauen up as a mission ana ltev. Kuncie npiointed as its pastor tor this yaar. aim that I withdrew from the above said church is an absolute falsehood. I was licensed to preach at the annual session of the Kansas Conf. held in Oregon, Holt county, Mo., March HUM, and have been a member and min ister of the Ev. Association ever since to this date. And as regards my feelings and actions towards tho church, I have made many telf-Mierifices and offerings for her. That I have opposed and still oppose an element in our beloved church which is foreign to the principles of our fathers and discipline and assumes a monarchal form of gjyernment nnd seeks contnlization of power contrary to our republican fvrm of government, I admit. Yet the good Lord deliver me from stooping so low as these out-spoken professors of holiness have done in order to besmirch the character and in fluence of thoir fellow brethren. I am known by many friends in Holt county and never has my honesty or character been questioned before. I further de mand n retraction from these men of all and everything stated in said notice. P. S. I will send you a certitie 1 state ment of my standing in my conference, and also Mr. Runcie's. Yours in defense, E. J. TaotT.rt, P. E., Btuo Springs, Xeb. Diet. The Weather. PRnCIPITATIOsj Rain maximum, minimum. Fall. Snow. May. 23 72.0 50.0 21 "5.0 KI.O 25 77.5 54.0 2G 83.0 53.0 27 73.0 58.5 23 7C.0 47.0 20 73.0 54.0 30 7C.0 53.0 31 77.0 45.0 June. 1 82.0 51.0 2 87.0 50.0 3 02.0 CO.O 4 83.0 5C.5 5 74.0 53.0 0.48 Trace. 0.43 Trace. 0.31 Fireflies appeared on the 23rd. Crick ets began their cries on the 27th. Early Richmond cherries fuliy ripe June 1st. Strawberry crop light. A beautiful and complete rainbow waa seen in west and southwest on the mornint? of the 'SfcM&jfV'Timt occured in several places on luw ground m the eastern part of the county on tho. st or lay. lhe last) week in Mav was notable for creat floods Vnrlr in I'enm'yivania, poriions ui i urn , ...I . 2 . r ' in Oregon, Washington and Unltsh Columbiii. The loss of life was great and the deBtruction of property amount to many millions of dollars. Frost and heavy ice formed in New York and the N'ew England States, resulting in great Iobs to crops. 'Floods liavo destroyed many lives at Pueblo, Denver and other places in Colorado, Millions of property has been lost. Froft damaged gardens, corn and wheat in Kentucky on the let of June. Snow fell and ice formed at Huron, Dak., on the otli. On the morn ing of the ('th light frosts appeared on low ground in some sections of this county. Itulit. F.mernon was in town last Monday and reported that on Sun day evening, the 'ird, there was quite a hail storm passed over about four nml a half miles north of here, doing much damage to corn. Miss Alice Price has returned from a visit with friends in Maitland. Fred NeudarlT, of St. Joseph, was doing business in town, this week. Tho annual M. K. camp meeting will be held at Amazonia this year beginning August lfllh. There will bo Children's Day eervi- J ecs at tho M. K. church, at 8 p. tn. next Sunday, June I0tb. Hev. Flickinger will preach at Ben ton next Sunday morning nt the usual hour und at Nickell's grove in tho eve ning. It is expected thnt Rev. W. H. Chrifrty will preach at the M. K.churcli, Thursday evening, June 14th, in connec tion with tho regular prayer meeting. Henry Haritinn has returned to Mound Citv where lie Iiiih taken an iu- tenit in the drug budiness with hU uncle, Frauk Haruiati. We wish our young friend abundant HtireeiiH. -A ISose festival will be held this Friduv evening, under the direction of the ladies of tlie Clirintiuli cliurch. Ice' .101M11. htrawberrioH. ett:., will be wirvoil. I i:l .... .h.,1. iu ...f oi.l...l r., nil 1.. nn'""1 The Itnard of Alilornioti on Tno-il iy t (1M, ,,asH(,d tm ordintneo. in iliiiiK' il 11 miHiliiniennor to iiertnit any kind of jive Hl...:k to run at lar,;.. ii.n nuy of l;;eHtr.,:tH.a...,yH,,,arkH'.,r cJiinnioin, of tiim eilv, also prolnliitii urn.uw, neru- f Hi lull. lit. ! nr totl.eriii(.r the Htime fu- tlo ii'irfMo-o of (frifint; f criiyins: in the. ntroefd, i.lleiM, patkM or commons o, r flu eitv . ..... . - - i Base Hull. Our two rival base ball clisbs, tho Azureines and the Skillet Heads, met on the diamond in Collins' field, last Tues day, and waged a warm contest for su premacy. The came was tho best played on the home grounds this season, though the attendance was not as large as it should have been. The pi me was won by the Azureiaes by a plurality of 6ix runs. Following is tile 6core: AZL'Uf.ISKS. . K-v Kunki-!. ll 1 0, jl ir,r3, " ci kni.k.-l. c'f...". Alt. .. a . r. it. nil. o ii l l 1 I 0 I 0 ro. II I o 0 1 t 1 A. 1 0 o 7 0 0 3 1 .. r, .. r, r. Pfri-t.c. B. Mullrr. rf K. PcnJen::ist. II H. IlflKOU.I II. Tennis 2b ... r. Total .1'J 13 5 13 17 Tvi-li.iN hit-". 3: li.imi' ran. ft. M.Iter- h.-iws on balli, nit liriiMHi, .1 ; struck out by 1.iimii, ' SKII.LKT 11F.A1IS. All. - 5 K. nit ro. 3 I 0 o 1 0 0 3 J P. Unwell. 3D... K. Foster, c ..... C. KmlT, :. Se.-in.iii. cf. ... I). Aiiitersiin.L'li (.'. Hiinkrr. I J. Biter, rf X. Me. If l-Clia.Iduck, lb. I .. 5 ... 5 Total . 13 8 2 17 7 9 To-b;ie nit, i ; iiwni run. V. I'liter : b:iii n li.iUo.iilf Ilii'iki-r, C : struck out by thinker, G; time, I ,v; umpire, tiMliam. Cliurch News. Sa'.'li!!lrirs l).iv exercises anil collection at Union nrxt Sunday evening. 3r There will lie prearliliii; at Tnlon next Sunday ni'iriilni; and at Lincoln at 3. ."14 !. in. tSTKM McK irl.md'-i meeting at thrCliristia'i rliurcli will lie ixistiioiK-U until alut Seiitt'iti l.er I. rTlieClir'stl-m people, of Mouml Cltv. an iiinuti! valualile improvement lu their rliun-li pniperly. E5-riio M. K rliurcli will celebrate flilMreir D.tv next Sunday exeiilni; A ood Jiroraio Is villi; prepared. CB'"!!. K. Denny will lead praver tucelliii: at the Cliitsti.ui church tliN (Thursday evenlnc. ssitiject: Jesus, the corner stone; Kph. 2-l'J; "tr.siipt.J. W. Kreldrr and Assistant l. P. IatwH tiave been selected iletepate to the state S'imt.iy sohoul convention ul Motierlv, June 11-14. tS'"!uy Itohcrtn led an Interi s'lns meetlnp of ttie Youii Peoples f'ltrittnti thiioii at the I'resbv ti-r:.iu chiin-li last Siiud.iv. At ttie cliis. ol the niK'lum Mils Murray and Mr. KoherU cave an excellent rejiort of the diittlct conven tion at St. Joseph. EJ-D.m't lu-Klect to read the pro;r.i'n for the county Sundav school couv-ution lu another Column. No Sunday M'hool uorkrr ctin stllord to ml.i lilts iiieetini'. A. K. V;i;ner.:ci -pn s i.h nt of i.'i'-State Sunday Sob. hi! association, will he the leading speaker and he. it a good one. tST-Tlie riiildrenN D.iy ontert.-iionicnt at the f'liristi.iu church, last Sundav cm-iuiik. a a sui-ci.. Ttie rliurcli was never more bcauti lully decorated. The program was well rend ered, theaudtence wat Iirjie and everjtliing ci'iiiiiit'rd to make the occasion a pleaaiit one. Ttie collection amounted to SI.'JO. A. C. Al.IlF.lt.MAN. Corn in-;. The river Is rising. A. J. Kilter uas lu St. Joseph, Monday. ius Peters wa uuite sick last Sundayeve- nhuc. --S. J. Scliu'U and wife ere in Kock Port, Sunday. Mrs. Jon IliNtrrfe, of Crillu lliii week. is vi tiling here. "t)ur hanil teacher is teavlihis the Crals ll.llllt OOJS. MKs Mitude tiilmiire,"! St atti-lidii.K her iieilli. r. hen Waiter and family sr Joseph, Is home ent Su-Jtlay VXi win. Allen en ine Like. P. C Soli i!. nude one of hlsllyin, tu our city last Iue.-d.iy eveuinn- trips Mr. -Me'Iee, l"r.mU inourciti List I'uesuay Alien's salesman, was Miss Pearle White was visithiK In Lungdon the last part nt !at week. Mrs. Mary Talor.of UashlnKton, IS Istt injj her many Iri.Mids hern, tins week -An iee cream party liad a nice time at Mrs. Sjieers restaurant lait Tuesday evening. --tlur hand was In ltock Port. Sund.iy. hwt oa aecoiiut nl services did not pLiy ia the towa. Mrs. tieu. tAiiiptiell. who ha bren sick for two uiuuth-t, is now able to he up an t around, I. S. Il.mkers has heen atteudliiK to till u ink's !)uliiesj this week uu account u a tootli hi Jackshtud. Tonv Sclunutte was iu Mound City, last we"k, wliere lie pl.ieed a turret t his lainuus Ulue Lick iu im rat water. Our has.; ball train er.is.sed bats with ltock Port. Sunday hi hock I ort and neat I lie ltock Port's who had plaers lorn all over Atclilsou county . The score was-Coruluj; 30 : Rock Port, l.i. Mrs. .his. Cilmoro h id finite a serious ic cident to liel.ill her last Monday evening while iiL-klni; cherries at K.W. Walter's resilience. A limit iiroke and she fell to the ground, receiv ing Mime very had injuries Internally. ItK Ml.NDKR. Alaitlantl. Ir. Savllle, of Mound City, wa In our town last Tuesday. Joseph Stevens and family visited in Skid more lust Saturday. Dr. J. Alslre returned home from a two weeks' isit in Maryland, hist wok Carnh Carson has added a bakery to his restaurant ami opens up lu K'ol shape. Mr. Fish, of Virginia, came In last Thurs day tn look after his irroperty west of town. -Mr. C Rasby. of Mound City, was shakin: hands with old triends on our street, last Frl day. Dr. Maxwell and son, l.uclnn. arrived hnnic Ust Friday, alter several days' visit to his old home in Canton, til Ralph Hinkle. of Hlselnw, who has been visituii; hit Craiidma Hinkle for several weeks, returned home last Monday. The children are busy nrenarfiis forChll- drens" Day. which will be observed next Sunday xtthcM. E. church, and also at the Christian church. Children's Day exercises were Iwld at the 17. II. church last Sundav niclit. The church was beautifully decorated Willi Doners : a nice program was "well rendered, aud unreport a pleasant time. At a imetlns el Valentine lvt.-ni Io?t, No c;. ;. A H-, at M.ililand. June 'a lfM. Unas ...tri.il.m unanimously, 11 'solved. That a vote ot lliaiiks aide and elegant sermon tlnllvered before tin comra les ot Valentine I'eters Tost, al the M. K church In Maitland on Meuiorlal Sundav, May 27, IK94. and for his patriotic and tlmt-ly remarks wu itccnratlon day. Kesolvrd. Tluit a vote f thanks be tendered to the lidh-s of Maitland who so kitiiilv asisted hi decorating the cliurch fur the occasion, aud for tl-iwers donated. Kesolved, That a copy ot these re ixilutlons be spn-ad upon the records nf this i'ost. a copy printed hi lhe Maitland Herald, IIoi.tCoiixtv -.'KNTlNr.Uand Distrlrt Metho dist, and a copy presented to Key. W. It. Kn yart. .lAMKMSTAcr.r. i Committee. C. 1. Bautuam, f ItKI'OltrKK. Nickels (irove. PreactihiK At the K. A. church Sunday evening. - lo-o Zachman was lu the drove the first of the week lllrlch llunrer Is juit bam on hi farm. complcatltii; 11 fine - C. I. Kuiikel li.is pu relied tin: old Ausel ma.11 mill proiM-rty. William Klinepceter Is doing some r:trn"ii terwotK for llerslinir line.'. datt lu the Klchvillc neluliborliood, Sunday. Itlehar'l 7.ieliitian took In Hie Sis Hell Itliiitcn al Orenoii n last Saturday nlclit -Mia Pierce, of near Oreiton. made a short visit with Andrew Ifcrshucr and family, Sun day. J . C. Klioade ha just completed a well for Ilrrshner llro. Thev tiaw: iilentvef water--nnra liuiiilrcd foot. Tho well i -.'tu feet deep, feet deep. There will tie line one c.irght up forM10.1t- - 1 - . .r 11.... .. . 1 .. -u Ti, ... ... makiii!.' their bras that there is no law 'lor . sliiMitloit s.iuirreN If there I not a law for sliiMit 115, there Is a law for trcssnaviiuit. We think tliey . ire lu Utile biilsnes to rnrak on some one else' premise without Hie owner' con vnt. We are uoin; to protect our Sijulrrcl hi the Orove and thn Nlnirod ahnuld look a little out hereafter. Skiiikk. Arc. You Troubled With Oontiation or Siek lloailuche? If ho. why nut try I5ej;s' Little (Jiunt PHIhT It only tu!:on one pill it day; forty pillfl in a Imttle. Ono Imttlu will euro you. nml only rostn V-'mi. Sold nnd warranted .'. ... rfs poreulo L'y .1. tJ. 1 inioriUK, ureKon .mi. I . . . . . i" Cnt Cnlo ftr Rpnt "" , My 1 """...V" ,.1 Vi n ,1 11 n r.r.nrls, r ..".n.......... . ...... " """ "r,lu '" UWC ,I" ''" 111 lll-lis4iofci.Mi.n. CASH GROCERY KNOALE & ZACHMAN, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Guns, Ammunition, Candy, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco. We will give you the value of your money and guarantee our goods to be as represented. Very Resp. j. N. ZACHMAN TH0S. KNEALE, OREGON. MO. Are Vim This announcement is made for the pur pose of informing the Citizens of Forbes Town ship, that I have opened up my stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which embraces in a First-class Stock be to sell good goods LOWEST PRICES. My stock is entirely New and Fresh no old shelf-worn goods and Patterns in all lines. Ha vine: paid cashi'-"'" i T ' . VsT week hi the Interest of the I ior my scoujs. x am m a position to sell lor a closer margin than any other house in Forbes; in fact, am going to make my prices sell my goeds, as I believe in a small profit and quick returns. Will make a specialty of B00TSM2SH0ES: All I ask is that you call and see me, in spect stock and get prices. By doing this I am certain that you will be convinced that I am beating any prices heretofore made in Forbes. Soliciting your patronage and guar teeing satisfaction in every particular, I am Respectfully Yours for Big Bargains, I L. Forbes i i Townsend h HOW TO SAVE IS ALWAYS SENSIBLE THIHKIHQ. SPECIAL WASH DI1SS-WIA1 Positively everything from the lowly Ple beian Ginghams to the Lordly Patrician of the finest foreign make. June sunshine clam ors for thin goods, and some beauties there are, with colored figures almost as pretty as Silk. The Greatest Wash Goods gathering yet, suggests that you should know what WE HAVE and that YOU MUST HAVE. A Choice Collection of the Newest and Prettiest Styles. Print.Pd fint.t.nY,s Wear. Percales, all the Latest Styles of the sea son. Wonderful WHITE GOODS. The Choicest Variety and the Least to pay for it. Dotted and Figured Swiss Mulls. Indian Dimmities. Crepes. French Organdies. India Linens. Keen Cuts have been sale. If space allowed prices Tf. rlnfifl Tint. !ir f.Vl "RnVOTllTI nnvt. Villi 111 licit. VF- " neve, uuuaiiBe we say so. Townsend & Dry CORNER FIFTH AND ST- JOSEPH, Listening? everything to be j, J lOUJUU. of Goods. My motto will at the the very Latest Stvles ; S1L i a i i Wyalt I Mo Dry Goods Co. SALB. iiirnhlP for ChildrAn's made for this special i F , would be given. sT v " Wyatt Goods Co. 1 FELIX STREETS. IsLCD. A Generous Offer. 'In ovury Biili'icrilier to Tiik Skstinki. wh i hvb in advance a magnificent wall map of tho Htuto of Missouri will bo given away free. Mound City II Thomas hfnew Is nearly cncloseil. It will ! ipiit.- a niiHteni rc-ldi'iice. Tin Koorlh lfantry t'"-s t ramp .luly 10 17. The I'larr s nt yet teedrd upon. Hon. Jolm KeniiUi atteudui!; to tus. ions In K'k r-irt. Mood.iy hu.I Tile-U.tv. It has Ih- n dicidcd the Aoieric.in K:u;h l lie on eiMliilli.ii at Mound C'.ly..lul li!i. Tlien- .pule a nice 111 1 1.- pu-ni.- held at Uos I'rovi- l.isi s-iud.ty aud m.my wf oiiryooui; Hiipte attended. -llss ll.illli- If'.lcnl'cck and Mi's Nairn I,. Lucas will return (mm IheM.ite Noi m.1 WliOul 1 ut V:irrriiliiin; tlit ucek. . Tlie M. I". S,i i.lay S.-.1.I..I will ..:.rve"nl-j orcil s ir.iy n-i .uiiii.i) tflllivail nut-rexim) tip.-.-, ii.i u ill 11. r.-II . 1 1-1 Mrs. t. . ii.iriii.in reiumcil Irnru OkLi hom:isVdlirs.t:y evening. v.heres!-wxsii,lt- hu; li'r sist.r. Mrs. Chas. Wagoner. -It. ur llartiiiiu t ame up ruesday CTcniug and bei-nii work In K. W. Itarman'ri dn tore. We welcome In m back asam to ourttnTU. Aliotlirrlirui i-oiiiiui-nri-il business la Mou.nl City last week. Win. Minton put a stock of dry Kood in one of the rooms In the .Midland tdock. -Johu S. smith made a trip to St. Louis List m-ek. liKiklni: after luisitms matters. lie lias tiei-n etet'tsd secretiry of the St. Louis Iian and Illvelmfllt Co. -Oiiite a irowd of Mnrtstilf n went tin In l'initdoii lhe latter pail o hist week to iih. j As they have not jet n-turinsi no report of lhe t c.tch ran lie at IliU writinj;. i Ilrn-lr u,.rk im tli." Iiifts.-mtir .iftTi ,.Mni.in I tn ttie Christian churi h hiiitdmi: hau Tliur. dav. Ailihlioiisand hiiprnw nn-nts w ill In-made loisntati.iutS.',rxi). This Includes heating by a ti.rnaee. Work ou lhe si-Iiihi! heue is pruf-rcsslnir. but there Is coiisideralili' coiiiolaiiit :is to lli.- ualltv ef the tinrk piled oi. I lie- ground. We ! understand lliey have lieencou jeinned aud will not titf tisnl. Our city eoiniril established cmdes on some . of our streets ;t fen us-ks ai-o, and u our vlt'cKiit strrt-t eom"ilss.mer, A. fniinell, !s s:prrisin tlie cradmif. He aNo did some I ! work oa Savanuars street, just e:.st of the . Po.il. I Tlieri. Is a certain resort Jtist nut ot totvn . tlt.it is e.iisin)t i-otisiitriatilf talk It tiii as I taoiiKii KnH-k-iIitiisiiuiiitn".'HitsareoIinht- ! Iv oeturrcno- .mv it a f. ll.iM.- wants to I e kiHH-Ked down. all rifiiit. but lft him cIi his a lime and place- that will not disturb the sluin Im is ,.f n-sn eLiMi- jn-ople. - K. S. Mouti;iiiM-r hiseeml his connec tion wiii thr u..it CniiiiU bank, and accepted : is.sitlou as assistant s, eretarv ! the St. Uuiis Ijmii and Incstmeiii fo. He Wt fur St. Ijmis. Tuesday evening. Uurtoti P. Smith has Uken the place In lhe Holt County liank made a- c.n.i nj tin resignation of e. s. .MniitK-iinierv. ! .Mound City is lu a sail plntht. It se. nist"li it Hie supply of llemocr.its who can read and write was exhausted before we jtnt a new post master, yulte a number are now learning the an. but ttie administration looks with suspicion on that kind of Democrats, so it seems tli.V the "rascals" are not all turned out yet, neither are Ihey likely to gii soon. Jti'BK. Harmony. Archie Kneal ho,s lin-n sick for some time. Mr. Wakely. the efficient road supervisor Is dni.. KiH-d work. Wc-. Hainni Is hi the ne'Khborhootl aal!i. hauling nil his corn --Children's Day exercises will be comluctetl at Iturr Oak, June tTth. wm. Manners and i.tmilr attended the ex- neii:btHirbol fast hrtdires. Mis. o'Xeal.of Nodaway county, was vtslt- l ner inauv menus nere recently. - .Miss Clara Applemaii attended the Epworth lo-auo cotiventimi nt 1'irLcritie Mo. II. s. .Medkersotdtwentv-rlire head of hi'Rs 10 ueury mrrii.oi Kiuiuore. last weeK. .Mrs. j.'ivt, wiio Has been m very poor health tin, si-rhu. Is imt ni'icli Improved. Mrs. Ilintou and Miss 'tuber's were lisitinc inenos:iuu rei.uivesiu 11. Is vicinity. receiitl . John tineas has refused to lr reappointed ilisiriei eierK. The t'hiistlan Endeator has thanked the hour of meetiiiK to half past U o'clock each Sun day evening. Sli'rm.iu ShieMs and wife, of Nodaway comity, and W tn. Zeller aud wife were visitiu at II. Medsker's last Sunday. A very pleasant social was held at Hubert Ke.-niien's 011 the eenuijj of June 1. It was a jolly crowd and all seemed to enjoy themselves liupely. The cxereiso consisted 1 lively ef lo cal ami iiistrtimeiital ni'isic. ICelreshmenLscou ststed id ice creatu and cake. School cIomsI Jsne I, with an enrollment ot is. and an average lail atlendaiiceof . Thir te 11 were present every day. The scbool care utly prepare:! rticturh-iits f-ir the afternoon -x ereises. w hieh m'cupieil about one hour ;u d a halt. TIic etltic.it!.. nal interest has iucreasrd. asshiiwn bvl!i; ri-iirt. The eiirnllnirnt wa les vnth an increase id Sou oil the whole. No. ot days' atlenda lie- ot all scholars. - The l'aue and L'ndeaior social held at A. 15. Applriiiau' was an cnjinarde one the xetcis. were conduct' d In Hie president. Mari I.ootius and Clattu Applemaii. Thelit er.irj program was ouned by ux. follimed by prater and s-iu. and the a hires 011 the N.uer aiid i:njor!:iiice of the s,Kiettes to the ciiurch.-s by Key. Kitm-r. nho well knows hon to eiitettam the people. The exercise c-.il-isted largely of select r. ailiini. urishial ;n:rt!is. recitations. v.K-a! tiartctti-", instrum.-ti tal miIos anc nut ties m a nnst rulertaiiiiiti: kind. Soeh s,i.-ials tiaie a iuWerfiil hit!ueice iu stiii.ul.iunr the nir.als of lac win: to a t ste of jcinnI liier.itnn- A pleasant surprise is "atd to be of iocreas ed value. ai:J we can rvalue the immediate value of the excellent feast pr.-p.ired for the Harmony school the las ::iy. The eftVct and influence ot such iMIticru.Esann asvi-e-atai is of 'lie patron wttti the seined ran -ctrciiy It c.incein d. Tliey .-how a dii p sjnieatai with ou.-cenniion schisil stni. wliich is of a little htiisirtance ia deve;. pintf th.- child's niuid. fhose ladies wtio well know how to prepare siteh dinner will make lhe worthy successor lroini 01 ins (Hrsuuiii .11erii1e rueion ai ex ICise were over. Mr. I.utls shovied in a brief st'.-ch, the relation of teacher aud parent ami the true steps ue,-rsary to uioiim- enthusiasm iii the educational adiancement of ih-ne.uli-liothood. KitCaRwjx Sharp's Orovei Ei crj tldntt in els riiin. Three more weeks of school. For pos,tor timlKr don't fail to C. May. Sonic of the fanner are feellnc pretty blue. Scleral of our boys were iu Kock Port.Sun dav. Hie w beat crop in this vicinity will be verj liKht. The berry crop in this section will be a tallure. - We noticed two er three new busitie iu the I'rovp. thi week. We understand that Dell t'rtory will move to Crais ut the spnus. We understand that Clay Hopkins will move to town iu the princ. Veil strtckleran) -veral others were flsfc I11.; at L.-UU-.I011. last Friday. BiK Tark 1 very low at present an I there I beim some very nice fish taken out of it. I Eh Loildea and his mother were itsi'.itif relative south of Movnd City, fast week. We understand that. I .1. Adktns Int-iiJ erect a flue residence this summer or fill. Belt Hopkins, who has bvrn staylnc at Savannah for Mime time at. has returcctt home. Some of the farraet are still reolvitiiii com and a few of them have ncarlv their enttrr crop to replant. Kcv. Klnvte pre.-ichil at the Ibiptist cliarvh vh, Munuay. ip.mi i ;erj;e inal mere is au. sehoel everv Sundav. A letter received from K Ia.irf. who left here a ear aco, now i-i iViointuc. s.i h ei prct to retuni la the fall. -r ratio .iun. wu. na iieen norKiRz jar . I!. Mai for s.onr time we uu lersranj ha ' putled bis Ir hilit ler I-.nenerth. Kan Sune of our loonirster ar ettui to te j expert with the iMtiin: jloe Wttrii 10a. want tnjil kti.H-ked out s iin.i to tt., ri!:l . - We ut:.e in., that Ctis Mtv tia tikea ; ail Sienci lr N I" Murrti A tV. nurseri. 1 Poll t tm fiorii other wh-ll Vtu e.vi lHt,Tt ' le Home trade and set better Itw ai d plants. . NlM. 1 Xw Point. IT.iru.to I l. Kr:lei and wde. June 1st. IS.it. a tflrt. i'orn. to I'A Morse and wife. June 3rd. ts-.i. svN"i.lr Krtlev atleiidltn: IVirn. to stemsrt -sowtand an.l wife, uu Ssth. l-l.aitrl. Iir. Kltldlct itttendtsij - Adam snui i prrparinr the fi'ttodatloii t -r hi new dwellin; whlcli wilt be rrvte,l tills umnier b Olbo M irtin - Item. a well a eetab!r. are auVet-.! ZX.'UYlU S" :,""Wrr I! O. tVi.ni relumed trxmi Saril.vM. N.Y . t on Frid. iv of Inst week and report . tine time j semre the pal inept ot :i certain prijinlsviry t the tSeiieial Aeiubli of the Presbitertui note In tit deed of trust .leserlbed vnd where church . a. def mlt hi been made in the paimentof .1 Ci-clUlr.ih.im. VS. of the l'nler.it) of ' .41,1 ntle and the interest thereon ; nnw.there-Nrt-rnsk. rlsltct Kev. F T.C.mrer. Lut week fore. I. ttn-undersUmd trust-e.ln ptirsntuis Mr. 1 1 r ib no h i N-cn tlirotuh ni.inv of the I ,. said pro-si..n f il.l died In trust nt. 111 t liitercstlin; rt et Kutope Hr hiten. the re- ios: .Ithe eut holder of said note,; ed lark ! feiiin work with a Lincoln firm, but ' .-vf.'re.iiil. will 011 eipecl todo isst cradiltte work in the f'l'iue. TCFHVY IL'I.Y IP IKH We Kl:ii eie-t to bear from ra-n of hi' . . , , , ,. .,,ii,t. i lietwern ?he boor of ten ocb-k in the fnre- ri. ... ...iioi.tr. iii. m w... , ii,.it few weeV.10'. s'!it.iiii,il men- sclentirl.- pn-i'- rtle tti 111 at first rouM t'e -eeii and 11001, imt- lor.stlni the tn II, therr wa. to be I. Hind .1 per fect termed rsi slielland all. 111 the Inner :.te wltli .111 csit on the outerslde ot the inner mi. The two slti-11. ,.tie In the ethrr. are on ebt Mtloii at lie nv A Co" tare. Si.MH'If. -. I .-h..m..... Krl.:tu returned ,,. b!., ,,r,hV Xebra.ki trip, t.s'kbirf hale and hearty. rUsmler' -Ulce of ll"It emiitv. :il.Mirl. tn -U I' lir.Hi imliii.se. en on inesicn list ior Ilie l.t tusjk, but I .inie better at Hit. writ- lne .... ..... "Ctirt I umn. nruer wmj. l nrirjir , f jij.,,.,,,! to-wif .,m ;.edb.,ckt..to..a..d.H-cup.r hi old , y tf , n nt -J llmr.tis Arclier. of St. J.-. I vMtinjr ! bm to the town of Maitland. Holt fjuntv. Sln h'Hiie tolK Itils week. You ousht to er the soutl. mttee M.ir' t.tce wtiirn :ild -"iivcyatiee wa mvls in tn:: tn --lVteriatfon sti!pin'.l twoc.irsof cattle and I Wrnrr the paiment nth certain p."or- weet tii toCMcajo. last week, and J. K. , r,t)te In said devil of trut i!errl"e.l; unit e.'i. re i'rt.l.niioi, two ot cattle a default ha been marie in t:.- k.it..t of .. 11 stunt, ot near Orepon. an old time ' tmtennd the lnteret ber-nn, an:! whrr n.-ttoiulie. mlsltuii hi old neighbor In ( a u wa and I in.iidet in said deed of trust, and arsmiid f.Uelow. thl week. i Hiat in r:ienf the absenre. death, refnial ti The Othello wilt d.sltcate tticlr cfiun-h at j 3rt orilKibilitv In an) wirof saiil trustee. If i ltd place en Muiidai. Juno II. The Mound then acthijt sheriff ol Holt County. Missouri Citvbafd will furnish the inuip. I mlht lccite the power of said triistee; aud Jolm K.twsrd. of Iowa, -ilten.btl :h fimf r-1 wherra. nid trustee. Edwin A. Welty. h: re al of til lter Iti-taw. -Mr. Cfrni Rirker. who j furl to act a nrh Imstre.now. therefore, at died last rburs.lai obituary next week. ! the r-qurt of ih lenal botdrr of fciilil note - riicrct to lean elevator at till place In I and In pnrsmner- I ttie provisions of a!rl ilenl ttienc.-ir ttiturc I'jrties were here .Monday ,.f tiRt, I. the nnderleneil shrrilT of Hotteoun t iklnR "II the ittoucil, prep iratory to build- . jv. Missouri, and .nsnch trustee, will an UC . , , , , , WEUNKSDAY. JIH.Y II. IfcW. . ;i.-ti:irv ttro'. uivesh libisland nnlonilrd . . . . .."...-J .,n,,j, ,,1 11,.. e-.ul.. ' 11 er sotpjMTl l 101s I'I.e e n.ri . prire them nut II f ill. then leeil them. - 1 ne i .iiiio-.-. 01 mis i-i.i.-., i,,e .... .. 11 .,1 or ll.i. nliee !"tv .Hi Ire . cream mid strawberry fetltal at I huuluc's ball la.t S1turd.1v nUlit. The Mound City . I .', if. th. msr;. Thev- r..ll7e.I unite There oititea cnord present, ar-d illlini . .tr nit .rrti.rj to ruler t'lenisclve Tkooi-fk. ' Oo You Kow That the ready-reference wall map of the state of Missouri is just what yoti bhould have in your home? Subscribe forTiiKSnNTtSKuray in advance, or pay up your arrearage and one year in advance, and get one free. Kdley&Donovan, DRUGGISTS, NEW POINT, MO., Want your trade, and are mak- - lino : ., . S J- t-C5 I0W 9S IRQ lOWeST. t W hau Mnn;,, J I nttVO reCeiVeiJ OUT fieW ' cnrinrl et(Utr nf j ,r '"a 9'Wi" Ul Wall Paper Paints Croquet. Hammocks j Drugs. Patent iMedicines. etc. Prescription Work done ac curately. Call nml see tho Harfc'nirjs we arooffsr injj on our T and 10 cent coucie.-.i. OFFICIAL ST.VTK.MKNr Of tin- Financial Condition of UieCi'.iieasTank ot Oregon. M... at OreRiin.Stiii- ol M..souri. at t In- close of business on the inil day of June, t9l itKsorKc. Loans and iliscontits undoutitedlr goal oh personal or Collateral seeurif. ... X.9"3 Ijmiis and discounts iiiiiInubtedI'i;oil I'N real estate etate security. .. 4.H.O.IO Overdrifls by .sidvent customer. v..n fulted States nonils on ha'i.l W.OouOtt OHkt lionds and sticks at their fts- en: rati market prh ao.rxojry Ileal estate at present rash mark.t value flo.ooomi Furniture and fixturi's I'.tn Hue from other banks, geixt on sllit draft 33030 Cheeks and other cash items 3.IM e National bank notes, leal tender I'ulteJ Stiles nutcs ami uId and sil ver certificates SJnO.OO told coin l,S7a.(o Silver coin '.i.79 Total JTTM.WI I.IARIMTIKS. Capital shwk paid lu J.000.(K Surplus funds on hand ... bu.oO l)eosit.suliiect to draft at nic'it by ImiiKs and bankers O.OOO.OO HenosltsM'.ii.it t todiaft at nhtbt by iii.'.iv!4tul an.l oilier . 3W.'4.J IK-piv-it subject to drift at j;lvcn . t;ite Bill payable and bills re-diicouiitrd 0.000,000 . Total JTTJI84.6S STATE OF MIsSOUIU.i County of Holt f "" WV. IMniel Z.iclituaii, president, and C. .1. Hunt. Cashier, of Mid bank, ca. h of u. d solemnly swear that the aboio statement IMru to lhe best of ourSnowludi:eand belief. I . NI El. ZACHM A X, I'resliient. V .1. HC.NT. Cashier. Subscribed ami sivoni to Iwfore me, this nh day of June, A. 1., eighteen hundred aril nliietyfour. WITNESS hit hand and notorial seal lht lUte last aforesaid. (Cxninifsslrinetl SK.11.. niH quahlled for a tenn cil Irloj February iith., tsfir..) Alrx.inpkk VAxUfsKiKK. Notary Public Correct Attest : Sam crt. O'F.i 1.1 OS, ) iiF.ii..snni-uN. VDIrector. J.A. Kkkkk. ) Settle Up. - All persons indebted to us are re iiueeted to call nnd settle, either by cash or good note. This nnst lw Jone at onct. Oun.r i Meter. New 1'oint. Mo. OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of the Financial Condition of th MnttrmerT S It-iccker Hanking Cmumny. at rcint. State of .Missouri, at !lw rle of buj:u-s on the Sid day ot .1 une, 1S9I : KESOI'KCI'S. liaiiH and discount undoubtedly pwl on personal or collateral se curity ...J41.NN.Ml IrfWiisaitddisciiuutstt'idoiibtcdlypooit on real estate .s-enritv t?.95I.M Overdraft by solvent customers uo.uru.Ct United s::iie. bond on hand CO.f0O.0O itlier bond and .stock at tnelr pres ent rash nutiket price C3.00o.cn K-'nl estate at present -.ih nt;ket value 3.t.$ .. Furnilure and Citun- Due from other bank. g.Ki (o l.t dratt iCStXTi Cheeks and other cash Itens ... . 3,0i M National Ikink note, lejr.'.! t.r!er lntte.t st ites mde. ar.a s-.-i liiul liver crtificafe 43! on Gold coin ir. ci Silver cin Tot.u. . . . - .. j'-u-su:a LtBIUTIui- C1plt.1l stocl; pa! t ia ' Sn.oiO Surplir fund on hau C"J.jt.--'.uO IVpoMt suscs tedrrj: at sjLt Sy tMUks :ind ivuiker . Cv.l.l ue Depo-Us si:,ijr,-j :..trJf:at 'oi- &s indlti.ti-.i: and otl.-rrs SSUKT.W Deisit subject to dpiis 1: jie!i da:e . s.sr-j4 Hills r.iiai;e and bill R-Jiwun:-1 lvj'".'io Total il-jou.:-? STATE OF MlV-sHfU;. Cuat ot Hi.lt -We. Kotiert '-Joiit'incrr. Tr-sident. :utd Al bert Koecker. Ou-ciec. -viid bnk. each of u. do s,,i-.nn,j sii-ar t.lal the iiive sfateme.il is, ;r-ie to tho test ot our ka-'cli- ind'tv.iet. Knrn:r n.iNn.Mtj:v. iTsi.iect, Al.UKKr KOECKSK. Cashier, ssitssv-ri.t tail u.iru Ui N-fer- tue. ta. stll Lv June. .v. L.. i"iitreu '.tu.lreU aud. ninety. f.sir WITNESS m .1 in-' Ju l a0S.t7.aJ seal tan ttsfe Lot .ifors-ial. Ojiuiais.sioue.1 .SK.1LT ud tc.'ine.t 'nr 1 ern eipuut tVvvnils-r j. Iss.1 W. II StCH lHUs. otojj I'uS.tc. Corr-ct Attest Ii'iiht. i!iN fictwi 1 Lum t ie.'i. - L'tr rtis. AUikkt Kon -sill. 1 Trtwteo' Sal. t Whre. "sirih E. ll-t-neK .uid U"l J. Iteioirtf. fter hNsSxiiid. b tlieir Je. 4 of frtir. .'!e.t the Till .1.11 mt J.tai -arv. rs.u. and -rcordr.t Ui t3 It-Vollef's i ltt.e of !l"It C"UHt. lluK. fi trie Tth d.t ef J-miran. tssi m b,.' J. , .t. rtn.rird to Heitrv T Alkire. ;i.i trut"-e . the foortwini descntHsl real est 1:-. Uu.t:-. ! tue tad t-Jt ta the rouat) et lljlt oe.J ut ol llNsoitrt. ti-w:t I Altoft.t' i.l 111 lI.s-k W. ,l d-i;r iteit HMi'yurC town of .Muuna Which said isHiiev.uus. w:w mad,' tt tmf t nmn an.l iie 'irn.nni i- .iiirui......... I.iv.at tlie north doer, f the ciMirt none.Iii eltv ot Oregon. 111 Melt ciiunlv. .iiissu'in. pro cts'd lo sell the alxnr it?er.:d pmpe.ty fur the Iunis- ripresse.l ii s.n.i .(. .d i.f trnsl. 1IKNKVT A!.KIKi:.Tiutee. Trust fc'.s KIp. Wherea. Jo-epli K .Stone and F.yitti M.Sbine, . , IM,.4M.cotnfeie.l trt Eitwtn A. Wcltv. trtI,(.r. the f.-IIowlii" desi rlbed real ent situate. Ivlna and brims In h; Comity of Holt between the nourOI who cinr-n ik 11 i..re. eipecl toi noon and nviO-cniCK mine aiier'o.-i o. .i.n ''i" I:. ....1.. .in... or ti.e cn-iri b..i.- i. CIIV ol .ireKon. iu win i.i -- .r 1 1 , ceed to ua.nr '0'""V':'- a may "esuffleieiittry said 110 nnd cost nf thta proeeedln(t--the ote to In- at piiMie anctln 10 uie nignei o u;er iw'eii .------r.- , t . . . . . in ' " Sheria of Holt County, Trust c.