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OREGON. MISSOURI. Issued Every Friday. TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE FrulsiV .latmary II. IMI: DOBYNS & CURRY, Publishers Till: YKAK'S KKCOKO. Interesting Items Cleaned From Our riles For the Year. tiik vi:ii)iM;s Itelow e Rive tlx: record of in:irr!;ti;fi lirens-. Issue! during t lie y:ir 1MH, aiinililidie! InTllK Skntinki. from time t time. JANUAKV. 2 . li. Ki-ilinuti anil Anne Cl.irV, Craig. 8 Cnrilon Mizar nnl Jessie Kits Miller. CnilR. Edward rinksinu, of Maitland, ami Cani'liie I.Iinpii, nf Forest City. 10 fit-urge F.. Celvln and Certif Mrlutjre, nf Oregon. 12 Ceogre Drake and Amanda Carder. Mound City. 15 Hazard Thomas and Hattie ration, of Mound City. .lAM'AKV 1 Win. A. Nles, Df Craig, and Nora J. Waits, of AtcliUnn county. 23 Elmer Jones and I.ulu Itamsey, of Fortes cue. 2 John W. McMurray and Ktta Hanks, of Mound City. 20 William Kollimr and OllieC. Kandall.of Forest City. 30 Samuel J. Slangier, Decatur. Indiana and Laura E. Arniacic, of Mound City. ' 31 Henry T. Vinsonhaler. Ruin, Neli. and Emlline Hooper, of lligelotv. FEllUAUV 2 Albert E. Smith and Abide A. Amos, of Itigelon. 3 HenJ F. Taj lor and Alverda E. Groves, of Mound City. 7 Samuel Young and Maggie Walker, of Mound City. Win SIiuukandKosa Kauffmau.ofMait land. 5 Edwin Heaton and Emma Kaltenbach, of Craig. 10 Andrew J. Ferguson and Cora Nichols, of Oregon. 18 John I Campbell and Emma Unwell, of Maitland. 10 Ueorge Pollock and Knima Atkins.cf New Point. 13 Rodfrey Marti and Mary Schneider, of Mound City. 13 Itoger McCoy and MaryV. Strlckler, of Craig 15 Jas. M. Mannerlng and lllanche Vaughn, of Oregon. 19 Madison Walter, of Oregon, and Eliza beth lialzer. of Leavenworth. Kas. 20 Walters. Wade and Edna I- Inks, of Mound City. 20 Jas. Elder and Mittie Hahn, of Oregon. 21 Thos. 15. Ueauclianip and Dora A. Per kins of Craig 26 Chas. E. Gaffey, ef Craig, and LaurA S. Mavity, of Corning. 33 Arthur S. Preston, of Fillmore, and Mary D. Shepherd, of Oregon. 27 Nathan E. Moore and Martle Craw f ord.of Mound City. Mutcii. 3 Jne. V. Trimmer, of New Point, and Daisy D. Parks, of Guy, Mo. 6 Win. Itankiu and Ida V. Meyer, of Forbes. C Fred Fine and Emma Voltmer. of Craig. 7 Chas. L. Markt and Maggie Young, of Oregon. 7 George Conz and Anna Lafever , of Malt laud. 20 Emniett L. Gaffuey and May C. Kedmou, of Craig. SO Chas AY. Maple and Amanda Calvert, of Mound City. 25 J. II. liifle and Mollie IS. Uutts, of Craig. 8 Chas. Flke and Ida Talbot, of Mound City. 26 Adam Yetter and Magdalene Meyer, of New Point. 23 David . Kucli, of Martinsville. Mo., and Zelpha William!, of Craig. Arniii 3 Seymour O. Sciioonever. and Nellie Preston, Craig. II A. L. Palmer, and Mrf . Susie Kershncr, Mound City. II William C. McMillan, Leona, Ivan., and Mary E. Fcrgusou, Oregon. 11 Augustus ISoerner, and Dora McLain, Fortescae. 1C Tilton It. HoffmaH, Uladewater, Tex., and Ida Steele, Mound City. 1C William J. Jloser, and Myrtle j:. Pew, Mound City. 10 II I ram S. Tew, and ttosa II. Moser. Mound City 20 William it. Leonard, and Caroline E. Bishop. Mound City. 23 Frank L. Gilllland, and Emma E.IIuetzcr. Mound City. 27 George J. Dicks, and Kosa L. Gallop, UIgclow. May. 2 George W. llrockmann, and UdaTIiomp son. Mouud City. 2 William McKee. and Minnie Itickus, Mound City. 2 George I). Wagner, and Sophia 1L Pwchal, Ma t and 3 Emll II. Shultz. and Lena . Henstoif, Corning. H Elmer Fike. and Josie Thompson, Mound City. 1C Gerhard II. Holtgreve, Oregon; I.aura Lacey, Mound City. 8 Albert E. Putnam. Mayiville, Mo., and Louvena Wilson. Maysville, Mo. 17 James A. Conkling, and Alice M. Ixiwrv Maltland. 28 Charles A. Mowcry, Guy, Mo., and Hattie Taylor, Mound Citj. 31 John J. Gallup, and Laura F. O'Dell. Craig. 28 J. It. Krusor, and Florence: A. Hogrefc, i-raig. Jl'UK. 5 tJeorge W. Lease. Forest City and Maria J. Wilson, Craig. C diaries E. Meyer, and Anna E. Patterson, Oregon. 6 William S. Hickman, and Laura Vitnlut, cr.ilg.- 11 Eiigcno A. Iluckmlubter, and ItebcccaC. Dankers, Corning. U Jesso A. Fuller, and Kosa FulirmaH. Mound Ctty.i 27 Asberry F. Wilson, and Nancy A. Fieen- er. Mound City. 5 Charles Hilsenbeck, andFanny Flcacher. Oregon. JULY.' 17 John Meek, Oregon aHd Lizzie Tliomhill Forest City. 18 William H. Hayes Oregon and Katie harp. Forest City. 19 John M. Gaines and Mattie Ilood.Nanier. 21 George R. Morgan and Mary K. Vinson, roroes. 31 Isaac Nowllng and Nancy Shelon, New 1'oinl. AVV.VBT. 1 Charles I. Hall, MctVok, Neb., and Jen nie French, McCook, Neb. 7 I.luTille Wliltham and Sus-m Maple, Ore gon. IC Harry C. Teare and Louis.-iJFrancp.-Forcst ciiy 16 James K. Knnx, Holt county, and Mary i.riirey, noil county. 20 Jnhu Larr. .Savannah and Amanda Walr, Savannah. 1 J William S. Fast and Knmia Cliriten,Coni. Ing. SKITKMI'.EK. 1 Samuel M . Coffin, r.uckliii. Mo., and Mar garet A. Kelley. Oregon. 1 Thomas J. Adams, and Carrie Thornton, Forbes. 3 William J. Day, and Hannah M. P.utler. Forest City. 3 Edgar L. Watson, and Clara M. Geod- Iiart. Maitland. 8 Itarton W. Frullinger. Maryville. and Dnisilla Elliott. Mound City. 17 Klchard W. Graham, and Addie Jones. Itlgrlow. J8 Thompson F. Ilriwiiin;. and Hattie Anselnient, Mound Cit. jo William i: Miillli,.Mnii!id City an I !.iir Fiiliriiian. Ore,;"! . 2-1 "I litmus Kildu'.v. Whit.- rioii.l, lias., ami .lam- Mc-CL-Haii. Forest IMiy. X Frank Il.idil.ui, and Cora A. Maple, MiMiiid City. 2 ClnrJesA Kurtz. Atchison county and I.t-itlia M. Fink, lloltciiiiitx. 2l lliiuti.is Mount, and Mary Filch, MnuniU my. -roi:Ki:. 1 Ja. Antlerum, Atlanta, la., and S.nlie M Dally, Leavemvoitli, Kan. 8 W.M. Hcllner, Colo. la., and Oni Hick man. I'r.iig. h Elmer A. t'ostfii and l.euia G. MilN. M.UlUml. 8 Albeit () Sivope and Alice Maud Arnttt. Mound City. 15 Ora Morse and I-iuni GoldibiTr), Mnund Cit. Jim. M. Waggoner, Curzuu, and Inmie Tajlur, White rioud, Kan. J. IL'irt'rtt Winter and lir.i 15. Widows. Mays ill.-. Ml. Geo. W.:Norris, Oiegoivuid Luira (.";iiiip l,i!I, M.ntluiid. C C. Watson, Oregon, and Ella G.Trlp lett. Craig. Louis M. Wamplei, Mound -ity, and Hal tie Patterson, Maitland. Samuel, H.Scliulte ami N.mule Hostctler, Oregon. M)VI!MlSKi:. Wiu. II. Martin and Suan K. Dellord. Mound City lifajcll.- Kuukel. New Point, and Anna Jackvm, Oregon Ki.bcit Proflit and Annie Ib ller, Oregon. Win. 1 Iain: and Carrie Oirsim. Forbes. Horace Hawb-y and Mary Itruwiilee Forbes. Frank M. Uphouseaud Lizzie ILFanelier. Moun.l City Thomas M. Kirk, t'crzwn and Susie P.ert St. Joseph. Afton I julck, Frest City and Jessie I!, llrowu. Oregon IT t; 19 31 William Groesbeck, and Alice PiiiisIimu; Mouud City. Wesley Zaciiman. and A. Hardni.m, New Point. 12 12 Charles Patterson. Or.-gon. and Mella Hui.itt, Oregon. Frank Harrison, and Isabel Law. Mound City. 12 Edmund A. Koselius. Corning, and Cjn- thla I Heeler. Oregon. 20 David C Stallar.1, and Mary M. Chcsneyf Forest City. John I-incc. Fillmore, and Mamie Fie Savannah. 29 30 Theodore Dirst, New Point and Edna Al- loway, Fillmore. IIKCKMKKK 1 cisrk 1 Itrown. and Lucy Ellon. Mound Citv. 1 Ie Haj e. Holt county, and Phoebe lUr- iKiur. White Cloud, has. 3 John E. Douglas, and Amelia Garriuger, Oregon 10 Frank M. Lee and Nellie I. Liusley.Mait laud. 11 Charles Martin, and Mary Hopkins, Craig 18 John Stitb, and Lizzie Williams. Oregon. 19 Danniel Sapp and Mary Hartley, Forte scue. " James Coin aud Era D. lleibiue, Forest City. 22 Grank L. Kimlall, Napier and Minnie Guilliams, Craig. 21 Charles L. Mills, Hopkins and Hattie V. Itrown. Forest City. 31 Hiram F. Shackelford, Forest City, and Charlotte Cuitis, Oregon. THE UIKTHS. Ilelow we give a brief summary of the birth? that have occurred In our county, during the year 1W1, as taken from our flies. JAJiUAltV. 3 Burn to C. K. Soper and wife ; a bov. 4 Bum to Jeff Springer and wife ; a gltl- 4 Born to Arthur Hatfield and wife; a son. 5 Bom to Geo. Snell and wife ; a daughter. 7 Burn to Virgil Kernes and wife ; a boy. 7 Born to Harvey Bradley and wife; a -son. 11 Born to 1). C. Anderson and wife ; a girl, li Born to Otbo Martin and wife ; a girl. 21 Born to W. A. Chllders and w ife; a girl. 29 Bern to J. S. Naunian and wife ; a girl. 29 Born to II. J. Smith aud wife; a boy. 31 Born to Jas. Martin and wife , a boy. FEIIKUAltV. 4 Born to S. S. Norman anil w lie; a girl. C Born to Jas. Laudun and wife; a girl. 11 Born to Jno. Colwell and wife ; a gill. 15 r.orn to W. E. Kepllngerand wire; a girl. 17 Born to J. S. Smith and wife; a girl. 20 Brii to Lewis Nash and wife ; a girl. 23 Born tnC. T. Orwick and wife; twlugirls. 27 Born to llubt. Cottier ami wife; aboy. MAKCH. 4 Born to Sherman Hardman and wife; a girl. 5 Born te W. H. Miller aud wife : a girl. 9 Born to Jno. Polly and wife : a girl. a Bom to I. N. McCoy and wife ; a boy. 10 Born to Jas. Cook and w ife; a girl. 13 Bom to Joseph Vaughtand wife; a boy. 18 Born to Jno. Drclier and wife; a girl. 20 Bom to II. Vaughn and wife ; a boy. 21 Bom to E. E, Davis and wife ; a girl. 22 Born o K. W. Smith and wife ; a boy ArJtll 2 Bom to C. C. French and wife : a boy. 4 Born to It. F. MeDaniel aud wife; a boy. 4 Born to Henry Fo'ey and wife; a girl. 6 Bom to Fred Crawford and wife; a giil. 13 Born to Harry Tennis and wife; a girl. 1G Born to Jas. Ferguson and wife; a bov. 10 Born to Joseph Brown and wife; a boy. 17 Bom to Simon Miller and wife ; a son. 21 Born to M. Willis and wife ; a son. 30 Born to Salic King and wife ; ,t sou. MAY. 2 To J. M. Uichmond and wife; a boy. 4 To Thus, llamm and wife ; a girl. 8 To C Long and wife . a sou. 8 To Will Dawson and wife : a boy. 9 To Clift McFadden and wife; a son. 9 To Jno. Jones and wife ; a boy. 18 To W. S. Gilford and wire ; a son. 18 To Chas. Fllnn aud wife : a boy. 19 Toll. J. Toltn and wife; agirl. 19 To ote Norris and wife ; a boy. 21 To A. W. Strader aud wife : a girl. 22 To A. J. Landers and wife; a girl. 25 To Wm. Curnutt and wife , a son. 2C To C. T. Graves and w ife : a boy. 27 To Chas Blount and wife; a girl. 3t Tn Stewart Noland and wife : a girl. JUNE. I To P. D. Kelley and wife ; a girl. 1 To Bert Saal and wife ; a girl. 3 To Ed Morse and wife; a boy. 10 To H. It. K. Kelley and wife ; a boy. 12 To C. W. Bartram and wife; a son. 28 To Jake Bung and wife; twins. 28 To Joe Comer and wile ; twins. 23 To Clark Smith and wire; a girl. Jl'LV. 3 To Clota Peeler and wife ; a boy. j To liufus Meyer and wire; a son. 15 To It. G. Cowan and wile : a girl 17 To Jno, A. Payne and wire; it sou. 20 To Dr. Klopp and wife: a daughter. 20 To Wm. Pew and wife; a sou. 24 To Charley Chllders aud wire; a girl. 24 ToJas. Casou and wife; agtrl. AUfiL'ST. 3 To L. J. Duey and wife ; a daughter. 12 To J ud Kalley and wile; a boy. 13 To K. I, Bmdbeck and wife; agirl. 13 To A. II . Melton and w ife ; a boy. li; To B. A. Sehroyer and wife : a girl. 22 To W J. Birch and wife ; a girl. 24 To Win. Priissnian and wife; a boy. 28 To Jerry Markt and w ife; a boy. SO To Joe Kretzer aud wifn ; a -son. 31 To Life Noland and wife : a sou. .SRITKMIIKH. 3 To Ed Bell and wife ; a daughter. 4 To Johnny Murrah and wire; a girl. 9 To Charley Markt and w ife : a girl. 12 To l'eter llaiseraud wife; a girl OCTOItEH. 7 Born to Jas. Gelvln and wife ; a boy. 7 Bom to Geo. Murray and wife; a girl. 10 Bom to Chas Straw n and wife : a girl. 12 Born to Jas. Dawson and wife ; a girl. 25 Bom to Thos. Armt-ntront and wlfe;ason. 25 Bora to Will Knealc and wife; a son. 25 Born to .las. Hester and wife ; a sou. 31 Born to Frank Iluiatt and wife ; a girl. 31 liorn to Er V"esl aud wife; a girl. 10 Adolpli II. Lauer, and Elizabeth Burke IUgelow. 10 William Welch, and Hattie Seals, Napier. 12 David P. Wilson, and Ella Zachary. Mound City. KOVKMItF.lt. 2 Bom to B. lV.nclu r and w ife : a buy. 3 Bom to Jim. Gentry and wife;aglrl. 4 Bom to I.ce Hughes and wife ; a girl. 7 Bom to Henry Hughes and wife : a girl. 9 Bom to Philip Scliuite and wife; a girl. 9 Uom to Mark Kimbley and wife ; a son. to Born to Jno. Liiuppand wife; a boy. 12 Horn to Ira Piukstun and nife;adrugli- t-r. li .rn t ij."..- '. Pitt. and wife ason. V. 'iu in. 1. 1- I .ia miii ami ite: - :irl. !'..ini to K'.lil. Einuii'iiu and wife, 4 boy. Horn to.!. II. K.iml.iII and wife, a girl. Ilnrii to Win. Hart and uif.; : b- -llorn to Gen. Mci.T and wife; a boy l:.im toTlia.l I'ri'iiiel and wife , a !. ir..Kiiiui:. i:..tn to Gen. HiaUeaiid v.Ui' ; a gir'. l'.nin to A. C Iliilieaii and wire . a girl Hum to .tun. Curtis Jr.. ami "lie . a boy. Horn to i'llliaore I'.irrMi ami uile . agirl ISuriiloC. E. I'.ilnir. and v.if.', a girl. HEATHS. Below we give a record of tin- deaths occur g in our isiimty. iluriim the jear l:il. aside same appears from the files of I iik .KXrixr.l. Jamakv. Deatii of Win Pre.ist, nUbt operator at Bigelow. Mrs. M. A. KViri.ig.of til.' Kiuis-i di tnet.illed. Mrs. Ellen M May. died ; a4 I D-ath of M.irv A. lCf v.-. Mrs. C.ito.i, living unttli of Mound City died. Death of -Mr. J tin Hoover, of Mound City. 1 11 20 21 Mrs. M. Dumi, lni ig m-.ir Craig, died. Samuel Ashboeker. living in the Uo. "Grow dlslriel, died. Clinton Gibb-, f l'mb died. Mrs. Chas Zaph. died. li D-alli of Grandma Bol.ait. i r.istT.vnv. Itieharil Mil!:, died. Death ofMi-.M irtiu Yetter.i.i llicl ; : 10 n 12 17 19 r I p. Asa Wiggins-, aged 53 j ears, died. IMith Mav Everett, died. Death of gtaudnia Hanks. Thf b tb l.oy ol .1.11. Acton died. Mrs. A. W. Daisd:e.t at fhilliei.tlie. Death of Miss Nannie Sharp. Death i.l Miss Maggie Wilson, of Forbes. 1). atli ol D. Ii. Cornel's 2 jear xld child. MAUCil Death of Ed. Foster, compositor on tills paper. The :near old daughter o! P. W. Maun & wile, tiled. Death n Vena, daughter of L. D. and F. Francis lloies. Deatii of Blair Harrisou -it Bigelow. Death of Mr. Elizabeth Unstuck -aged CI. Wm W. Mai-el. died ; aged 71 Death of Buella, daughter of A. II. Green d W. Martin Kaltenbach found rrozeii to death. In a snow storm in Woming. Asher Goslin tiled ol pneumonia. Marshall ltogs died at Fatrvicw. Kanast AI-Kll.. S. J. Heltzell died ; aged bl. Little Carroll Wilier died. Amanda Hopkins died. Miss Myrtle Asliwoitb, age 15, died. Duueaii M. Farrirh of Sharp's Grrve. died; agedifl. Isaac Hodgius died at Wetlimrr. Kas. Miss Elbe Wilson died at Cleanium' Uncle Benny Clift, died; aged M. j MA Mrs. Catharine Stephenson .lied. Death of Mrs. Itachael Shields : agel K. Mrs. Nancy Durett, died, aged 70. Mrs. D. W. Thornton died. Death of Mary I-imb, aged 70. Mrs,JeiiHle l-olfer-Crockctt died at l-ntah, Washington. Jink. Death of Jno F. Amos, at St. Joseph. Death ol Sarah E. daughter of Joe and Belle Hogrefe. JCI.V. Doe. tiiesney. died, aged lojcars. Mrs. Jane J. Norvill. died ; aged 71. Mrs. Sarah Burnett. Collins died, at St. Joseph : aged 59. Buy B. Prussiuan died . Ida A. Leach, died; aged 21 . C. It. Shailler di?d at Anigo, Nebraska. Jno. F. Davis., of Mound City, died :aged 52. Casper Michael tiled: aged 7.1. Death or Mrs. Orlauda Swcetuian; aged 92. AUtilT. Mrs. Jane McCarl.of .Mound City died. Death f Jno Meyer, Sr., of Hickory tp: aged 72. Caroline Beesley died. Mrs. Lucy Woodside tlied at Maitland ; agi.d 35. Mrs. Mattie Hajes died at the aged of 7tl Wajue Gilli--, of iiiht Hull, died at the aged of 17. S 10 IC 20 31 13 It IS 13 11 23 II 15 13 0 13 11 11 IS 13 Mrs. Uoseann White tlied : aed 73. Mrs. Btrtha Hansen, of Forbes, tlied, aged 21. Mrs. Eflle Dillon, of New Point, dird; aged 27. Wm Ford, of Bigelow, died ; aged t-0. SKfTKMur.i:. K. U. Eckley died. Death of Mrs. Susan Bnxlbeck. Johuathaii Sapp, of Miutnu tp died, aged 93. Deatii of Mrs. Bell C. Greene ; agei' 23. tic-ror.Fit. Mrs. Mattie (Strickland died; aged 21. Mrs. Mattie Tln-rntim died ; aged 25. e u B !.'. 13 21 M 2n 30 Deatii of Geo. Sclieele; aged 31. Grandma Hoselius died. Death of Mrs. Delia Gilbert : aged 71. Mis. Jennie Quick, died at It Harpe, Ills, aged 31, Brantley Ogle died ; aged 75. NOVKMlIKIt. Dan W. Webster died ; aged 31 Gay Bub! died. Charley Keller tlied ; aged 70. Death of Granville Scliullz ; uiyd 49. Elmer Blazer tlied. Anna Forney-Loiicks died; aged 72. Death of Miss Daisy Groves. " " Mrs. Groves. 15 12 ID 20 Death of Leonard Huntsman ; agetl SB. Jacob Kraemer died; agetl 71. E. K. Moody died at Ellsworth, hospital St. Joseph. Itcv. lb.-ubcn Coiey died rrom injuries. Mrs. Em il Weber, of Forest City, tiled; aged 39. Mrs. Belle I.indsey, of Maitland. died; aged 27. Death ol Mrs.. Elizabeth Dege.or Corn ing ; aged 33. Mrs. Pennington of New Point, died st II IC St. Joseph. 2 Alpheus Butler: Mound City tlied; aged CI. 22 Sherman Stullz died ; aged 31. 2ii Death of Clarence son if Jno. and Elnia Jones. " Dan W. Evans, dird. 22 Wm Now land ol New Point, died ; aged c years. 25 Thomas Ferguson tiled. 21 Death ol Lctta May. daughter of W. II. Quick, of Mound City. John M. Thurstos, was unanimously elected United States Senator from Xo. brii6ka, last week. IJejijfs' Oerinnii Snlvc. Tho Great Pile Remedy. It has cured thousands and will euro you if you will give it a trial. Also equally good for Cuts, Hruises, Old Sores, Etc Price it cts. Sold bv J. C. Philbrick. Missouki has !l,23:t win to public schools nnd -481 schools for cobred chil dren besides about sixty colleges aud academies, a state university, three Xor nial schools nnd a school for colored students. Hamilton Unmilloniaa. The Prettiest Grl in Town. Has been using Parks' Tea and she says: "My complexion is very much improved. That muddy look is all gone I tako n cup of Parks' Tea three nights a week and feol just elegant." Sold by Clark Proud. Aimiun Vance, of Corning went to I a lire last woek with a celluloid collar on. The collar caught fire from a Hy ing spark and burned the young man's neck badly beforo ho could tear it off Motto, don't wear a collar to a fire Clannda Herald. Tako a doso of Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers juet for the gcod they will do yon. These littlo Pills aro good for in digestion, good for hoadache, good for liver complaint, good for constipation. Thoy are good. Sold by T. S. Hinde. To enjoy life use Tiitfs Pilis. if. X- Cheuvront Leonard, Mo. In Agony 15 Years With Salt Rheum Hood's Sarsaparilla Cave a Perfect euro. "CI. Hood &Co., Lowell, Mass.: i " Hood's Sarsaparilla is an excellent medicine. I had eczema In my left leg for fifteen years. , Part of the time my leg was one mass of senhs, and about every week corruption would gntiier under the skin and the scabs would slough oS. i The Itchlna and Burnlna I ! sensation made mo suffer Indescrlbab'.o agonies, i I spent a great deal of money for different rem i edles but did not get relief. About a yenr ago. Ii'dlnff iihvslrl.viit advised mo to tiko Ilood'a Baxsaparula. I did so and havo taken Are hot- Hood'sCures tics. Now all the sores, scabs and pain hare vanished and I am enjoying perfect health. X think Hood's Sarsaparilla Is second to none and gladly recommend It to all suffering humanity." Si. L. CiieuviiOnt, Leonard, Missouri. Hood'8 Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on tho liver and bowels. 25c. lEeittililleuii Itesponsilnlity. Tn must of tho states of tho Union in which elections took placo last Novem ber tho past week was tho occasion of tho induction into ollico of Republican ollicials. Tho general control of public ollico by tho representatives of tho Republican party this year carries with it a grave responsibility. It is very rcasouablo in tho first Hush of an exceptional triumph that Republicans should believe that tho cud of party contests has come, and that tho control of Republicanism is to bo maintained indefinitely no matter what comes or goes. Tho mistake in this respect is a serious one. For ton years and longer tho American people have shown a good deal of uncertainty, if not of distrust, in their treatment of political parties. Thoy have year by year reversed thoir vordict, and have withdrawn today tho confldenco which without an apparent reservation they bestowed yesterday. Tliiii is because a profound suspicion has taken possession of tho masses of tho people concerning tho politicians of each party. Each reversed decision has been an attempted chastisement of tho party in power, rather than an indorsement of the principles or policies of tho party out of power. It may bo dilferent on this occasion, but there is enough un certainty in every direction, especially among Democrats, as to tho real mean ing of tho recent popular vordict, to create doubt as to whether the Republi can doctrines have received an allicma tivo acceptance. Under such conditions Republican of ficials pliould make every effort to show themselves worthy of tho confidence im posed in them, not only by contrast with their political opponents but by the careful, conservative nnd faithful ad ministration of every trust. In this way, and in this nlono, will tho people bo brought in timo to 6eo that tho Republi can party is entitled to control not only in state but in federal atfairs, and not by reason of tho shortcomings of its op ponents but by virtue of tho superior wisdom of its principles and policies in 1 conducting public affairs. S. R. Rasford of Carthage, S. D I was taken sick in Sioux City. Ho pro cured two bottles of Parks' Suro Cure for tho Liver and Kidneys. Ho says: "1 believe Parks' Suro Curo excels all other medicines for Rheumatism and Urinary disordors." Sold by Clark O. Proud's. Arbitraitoti. Carroll D. Wright, Labor Commiision er, has prepared an Arbitration bill. Wo will not attempt to present here all its features. Tho bill embodies a provision identical with that in Judgo Jenkins' first auti-striko injunction against tho Northern Pacific employees, which caus ed considerable protest from all the labor ranks of tho country. It eays that after tho national arbitration board shall haye taken into consideration any etriko or controversy "it shall not bo lawful for an employer to discharge an employee, nor for buch employee to aid or abut strikes, nor tt quit employ ment within thirty days notice." Viola tion of this requirement is ruado a mis demeanor, punishablo by lino and im prisonment. Of courbo it is desirable to keep tho statuquo during investiga tion. And when an adequato tribunal has beou provided perhaps it is fair to both sides to insist upon this. JSiicklen'.s Arnica Salve. Tho Rest Salve in tho world for cuts, Rruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hnnds, Chilblain!, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, anil positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price cents per. box. For salo by Clark O. Proud. It is officially announced from Wash ington that Clevelaud will call an extra session of congress right after March 4th. Tho president is not satisfied with financial matters aud will impress a Re mailers auu w in impress a ue- . publican congress financial question. publican congress with his viows on tho I Rosy people have no time, and sensi-, nlo people iiaye no inclination to uso a slow remedy. One Minue Cough Cure acts promptly and gives permanent re sults. I A bill has been inttoduced in the house to prevent presidents from brfing their own successors. This measure was not aimed at President Cleveland. Or ' if it vas it is altogether unnecessary and ' superfluous. I Atlanta, Ga- will havo a World's Fair next year from September IS to December ."II. Very estensive proparat tions aro being made and runny countries aro expected to participate. Tho t Southern states will probably make this ' fair u medium for showing the great pro-' gross they have made in late years. I Time rnilc. Uelow will bo fountl tho tinm of do purturoof tho pabrfurnjer t minis over the K. C. road and also tho day freiKht trains. It will bo seen that by thin time card, the 15. & M. trains stop at Forest City: c.oi.ni; Nnimi: Xo. 1. Leaves I'orefct City nti:i:i p. m. Xo..5 Leaves at 1250 a. in. Xo.iJ Villisca passenger, leaven at 5:i:i p. m. Xo. IT., Ii & M -Leaves Fur ft City at 1:50 a. in. Xo. 19 Freight Leaves at 7:5.1 a. in GOING SOUTH. Xo. 2 -Loaves Forest City at 1 p. in Xo. 1 Leaves at 'JrJ'i a. in. Xo.G St. Joseph passenger, leaves at 10:21 a. m. Xo. IC, B fc M - Leaves Forest City at 4:I." p. ni. Xo. IS -Freight Leavp. at U:."i) p. ni. Preshj-terinn Clmreli Oireetitry. j II. A. SAU'YKItS, PASTOK. ' Sabbath Rchool at every Sabbath. , Y. 1. S. C. K. every Sabbath evening ono hour before preach in;;. Prajer meetit; every Thursday cven , ine at ":'!' p. in. j l'reachini; every Sabbath morning- and ' evening by the pa.-tor. i Everybody cordially invited to attend abovo services. Christian Chnri-h Directory. m. mcp.m:ixd, imstok. Sunday bdiool every Sunday, at 9:1.1 a. M. Preaching on the second and fourth Sundays in each month, 11 a. m., and evening. Y. P. S. C. E. every Tuesday evening at S o'clock. Prayer meeting every Tliurhday even ing. Meeting of tho official board every fourth Sunday at .'i p. in. All are cordially invited to attend. Ucrman 31. 1-. Church Director FKKIl FlKllKNltAL'M, PASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday, 10 to 11 A. M. Preaching every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 12 i M. Preaching every Sunday at tho Noda way church at z:.V i'. m. Sunday school every Sundav at the Nodaway church at 1::50 p. m. M. K. Church Directory. MOKDON 11. SMITH. PASTOK. Sunday school every Sabbath, at 0:30, A. M. Preaching every Sabbath, at 10:13, a. m., and at 7:30, i. m. Class meeting at 11:45. Prayer meeting every Thursday, at -.in I ;.u, 1'. Jl. IJusiness meeting of tho official board the third Montlny of each month, at 7:30, p. M. Epworth Leurue Sunday at 3:00 v. m Y. C. T. U. Directory. Tho W. C. T. U. meets first and third Thursdays in each month at 3 p. m. at tho home of tho President. Mrs. Frances Montgomery. Friends of the organisation inyited. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC FREE. Special Oiler to ICentler.s of This Paper. A GREAT METROPOLITAN PAPER. IS IM)ll'KNS.ltl,i: sow. Tho "Twice-A-Week" St. Louis Re public will bo sent Free For Ono Year to any person sending, before January 31, 1895. a club of three New yearly subscribers, with 63 to pay for tho same Already tho clans aro gathering for the fray in 1S9G, and lS'.O will bo full of interesting events. Tho skirmish lines wilt be thrown out, tho maneuvering done and tho plnns of campaign arrang ed for the great contest in "90. Tho remaining short session of tho Democratic Congress, to bo followed shortly by a Republican Congress with a Democrat in the Presidential chair will bo productive of events of incalculable interest. In fact, more politcal history will bo constructed during lS'.i-l than in any year since tho foundation of tho Govern ment, and a man without a newspaper will bo hko a useless lump in tho move ments of public upinion. You can got three now subscribers for Tho Republic by a few minutes' effort. Remember in Tho Republic subscribers get a paper twico-a-week for tho prico of a weekly only Sl.OOa year. Try it, At Once, and see how easily it can bo done. If you wish a package of sample copies wrilo for them . Cut out this advertise ment and send with your order. Ad dress Tho St. Louis Republic. St. Louis, Mo. Mexican Mustang Liniment for Burns, Caked & Inflamed Udders. Piles, Rheumatic Pains, Bruises and Strains, Running Sores, Inflammations, Stiff joints, Harness & Saddle Sores, Sciatica, Lumbago, Scalds, Blisters, , a ntA inScCT. DlieS, All Cattle Ailments, All Horse Ailments, HoiSe Ailments, All Sheep Ailments, Penetrates Muscle, Membrane and Tissue Quickly to the Very Seat of Pain and Ousts it in a Jiffy. Rub in Vigorously. Mustang Liniment cor.q:: r Pain, Makes flan or Beast v. -again. The Legislature has about gotten down to business, and on Thursday last, completed its organization by electing its permanent officers, as follows. For speaker, II. F. Russel of Crawford county. Speaker pro tern. R. W. Mueller, of St. Charles. Chief Clerk -Albert Griffin, of St. i i Louis. Asistant Chief Clork-Wm. C. Kitsli en. of Stodda.-d. Engro.ssing Clerk H. L. Eatls, of Car roll. Enrolling Clerk John P. Richard son, of Christian. Doorkeeper (J. II. Pountain, of Moniteau. Sergeaiit-at-arms J. C. Elbndge, of (Ireene. Official Reporter Samuel Kellar, of Pulaski. Chaplain Rev. E. R. Lytle, of Grun dy. Folder Giles Rell, colored, of Calla way. I Tho new officers, not only of the j senate but of the l.omo are mtellig.'iil I men, aud will doubtlc-s prove efficient in this various capacities. There is much depending of the pre sent legislature to provide for a large deficiency with a reduced tax levy, and answer the demands of the t-tato uni versity managers who ask for another half million dollars, anil the expenses of tho world's fair commissioners, and many other perplxing questions, will prove problems not easy of solutions. Tho first bili to bo introduced will bo a general uieasuro affecting tho election law of the state. No. '2 will deal with tho resignation of voters and with pri mary elections in cities of over 100,000 inhabitants. Xo.3. will apply exclusive ly to Kansas City and will bo intended to make tho laws applicable for tho fourteen wards included in Kaw town ship' instead of tho ten wards of Kan sas City, as at present. Xo. -1 will pro vide for registration outsitlo of the city limits in counties that havo a city or over IOO.iXK) inhabitants. Tho salo of cigarettes will be made a subject of some severe legislation. Several cities havo adopted a prohibi tive license tax, but the lawmakers pro poso to carry tho war into Africa. Sena tor Love, of Jackson, it is understood, will lead tho fight by proposing a general Kcenso law lixing the tax eo high as to compel dealers to entirely abandon the salo of cigarettes. How the young men and boys who aro addicted tocigaretto smoking will regard this war on present vested rights is not wor rying tho members of tho legislature. A local license tax of 6200 or $300 has proved effectivo in suppressing their salo in the towns-, but tho proposed legislation will fix tho tax at $1000 or 51500 per year. Friday, most of tho day was taken up in hearing tho reading of the Gover nor's Message, and but littlo attention was given tho document in tho senate. Tho opinion seem to bo quite general that the governor's recommendations in regard to imprisonment of "chilbren" in tho penitentiary, and tho removal of! boys under 10 years of age to the reform school, at tho expenso of tho county, should be coined into reformatory and remedial laws. The Indian Territory. Eeitoiis Sentinkl: As you always appear ready to publish whatever your patrons have to say, I venture to send you a few items from this land, where powdor and outlaws reign supremo. Tho red, white, black and men of near ly every other color carry Winchesters and revolvers every day in tho week, and ehoot about when and whoro they please. Since coming hero tniite a number cf glass fronts of business and some priv- ate houses in Tulsa were f'rod into,caus iiig great loss of property, and the per petrators went unmolested. To enforco what little law thero is bore, it is neces sary to tako tho comp'.nints with the evidence to courts so far away, that but fow cases aro ever tried. Many of tho marshalls aro themseb-es drunken out laws. Tho worst class hero are whites who wero too bad to live anywhere else. Indians seldom give trouble, except when filled up on Undo Sam's whisky. Tho son of a chief while drinking in Tulsa lately, tired his -.gun at a keg of powder which exploded, killing him and tho merchant who was waiting on him, and demolishing tho stove. Oh how strango! Nothing else is half so strange as this; that good men are so allied to old parties that they will support them knowing tiiat they will befriend and pro tect the vilo traflicthat fosters all that is bad and opposes all that is good. I took dinner in a tent on Christmas day with tho Cook gang, (not the out laws). I havo seen a great deal of very lino land. I was surprised to find so many well laid out towns, building up with stono nnd brick. Tho best of these aro Vinotia.Claremoro, and Tulsa. Hero at Sapulpa, tho terminus of the St, Loi'is & Frisco railroad, tho land is broken nnd stonoy. except tho ' valleys. This is too good a country to remain a hunting ground forthe shiftless red men, nnd is rapidly filling up with whites, who at present can only loaso land of Indians, witn the faint hope that something will turn up by and by that J will give them a chance to tako homo f-teads. Anil there is soino lively kick- j ing over a creek law lately passed, tax-j ing non residents 61 each per annum. At Tulsa we found our old neighbor and friends A. I!. Hrady and wife, who aro doing a good business in a general fctore. their sales for that day was about S-100.00. They aro enjoying excellent health but their son John, their grand con Guy. and another boy were bitten by a mad dog, and aro now in Chicago for treatrnent.and all are doing well. At Sapulpa wo found J. C- and Alice Meni fee, who aro also iu tho mercantile busi ness, and doing '"ell. I attended church and Sunday school at both Tulsa and Sapulpa, and was much pleased to find so many earnest, ellicient, christian workers. The Methodist nnd Presbyter ians both havo good churches at Tulsa. At Sapulpa the Sunday school number ed 48. and met in the hotel. J. C. Meni fee makes a good superintendent. The preaching services wero held in the store. Preparations are being mHile to build a church and Fchool bouse. I visited a creek Indian school, also tho Euchee Mission; tho children aro kept in school by fource, parents nor children know the worth of an education, hence their indifference. Yours Truly, J. N. Mknifke. Sapulpa, I. T., Dec., 31. 18IH. LEE CHAMJCK, Proprietor West Siie Meat !'::',::: Fresh and Suit Meat always tin hand. ' Cash paid for Hides and Tallow. Your j trade solicited. EAST SIDE Meat Market I keep on hand constantly alt kinds of Fresh Meals, aud sell as low as the mar ket will justify. Highest prices paid fur H;des and Tallow. Call and see me. TOM FTfYT East Side Square. Oregon. Mo. GILE A.LAUGHLiN "Attorney at Law. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Collections and Probate Business a Specialty. OKIXICON. - - - Ml.sSOUKI. f mgreenT Physician & Surgeon. OREGON, MISSOU1M Ollico over Philbrick's barber shop, front room. Residence, two blocks west of Kreek Ilro's store, formerly oc cupied by Dr. Itutler. J T THATCHER, ill. D Honiocopathist ami Surgeon. nf-OFFlCE OVER P0ST0FFICE. Special attention given to ORIFICIAL SURGERY and ITS RELATION to chuonh; ihsiiam: OREGON. - - MISSOURI P.D. KELLEY, M. D. NEW POINT. MO. All calls promptly attended to day or night. Dr. W. H.C. Sterrett, CORNING, MO. Ail cans answereii promptly day or night. Ofiico over F. W. Walter store C. IV. LUKEiNS. D D S Dental narlors ovor King & Proud druir 6tore. Orecon, Mo. All tl.e kites- improved methods and appliances, muse PRICES REASONABLE ! Ife JOE'S PLACE, n 112 North Second Street, First- Door South of Lutz's ST. JOSEPH, - - MO. JOE DPPENHE1MER Prop'r. Finest Liquors, Choicest Cigars, Fresh Beer on Tap. Good Pool Tables I extend a cordial invitation to my many Holt county friends to remember mo whon in tho city. Dasiki. Zaciiman. President. C Hi:.t. Cashier TIE CITIES' K OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000- Transacts a general banking business. Interest paid on deposits left for a spec! tied time. Drafts issued on principalclt.es. Ct.. lections made and prompt Iv remitted. Dikkctoiw: S. F. O Falloii. V. M. Poynter. . I. T. Thatcher, W. 11. Davis, James Kneale, George Aiiilcrtoii, ,1. A Kreek. Koiikkt Monti:omi:i:v, Li.vi Xot.K. President. Viee-President, Amieut RoK.t-KKi:. Chas. D. Zhhk, Cashier Ass't Cas-hier BANKING COMPANY. OREGON, : : MISSOURI KSTAttl.lMIK' 1X71. The oldest Ifank ic the county. Trane act a general linking business. Inter est paid on time deposits. Drafts sol.3 on all tho principal citiVs of tin- rountrj and Euroiie. Havo :n ide special arrange nients to collect rsscpy dur from estates in foreign countries. Tho aci-t,untsof Farmers. Merchants ami individuals re spectfullysolicitil. Social caregiver, o anv business intrusted to us. S. W. AIKEN, IT. 11, (Graduate of St. Louis and N. Y. Medi cats Schools,) OREGON, MISSOURI. Office in Vanlluskirk building. All calle promptly attended to by day or night. i Atiotiier Door -Shut. i The Rolginn government has pro hibited the importation of live cattle .from tho United States on the ground that peon) .ueunmr:!':: is prevalent in th-t i-nutitry. Tl iseroMtfail the ports of t'iitittn.T.t.-i Europe agr.inst Ameri can cattle and b.-.-r products and leaves to tl.e exporter only tho Rrilish market, -winch, in its present conditio, is not a tltv-traoVon... This is in addition to the i-ai!ari:i tin ilr...,l i...r ...i igouilis which has b, ,.ti in force in ut'ft ct the European countries, forsoino uie. According to .Mr. .Vurris. Rel- n erely follow uii- the lo.-ul of Autrii!. Germany. France and other European n.v.i.ms in taking retaliatory ......Mires ag:i..t the United States for tlu .it.,!: son of ti.e reciprocity treaty under which th,.,r sugar industry pros- pere.1. Takipg tin irglo month lS'.M.asa-.stynd.irii. and compaiing it wan ti:e i aiui month hist jear. we find tii.it tin' U.S.S to American as f..:i..A.-:. producers is I M-i'it -I :!-nr. I. in. is I mm. lis ! . -rn. ln.sl 1 f-T!s.,r !..i.!. ,,,,,;, s l-.Xp "Its Ol ll.llns. H'lfn!s !-.;.rlsi.r !i.it-.ii. ix.iii,.;. O.-t IJyJ. del 4..r,l l.KT: Ti'.U-'t LTiUlS i.'l,Jii ."j.-.i.i':i i;ti;i W .7ii In addition tn this .1111:1711, .. ,r;..t....... tufl lilted States has entirely loM the iii:ir.:et for the exteiibivu purchases) ,f American ma'-hinery and hardware in -1.1' 1. a :.!.-!, ti;j .s, . iir..,l through rec ;.Ti:vHy And all this trade, repre senting an enormous, and constantly in re.isii;m;:iiii : the I nited States.has ..oenl.'irowii away absolutely bv tho . it'i.-iar.u a.iiiuuistration. It iJiiv.s not Cos.! Ail thing-. T.. try larks' Sure Curt. A specific cure of an diseases peculiar to women. A.-k your druggi.: our guaranteed plan. Solv by Clark O. Proud. The famous, t.r rather the infamous Cirnsje bill has bee.-i fc-iiielched and n sub-tiliito prepared which, while it con tains many of the features of the old bill, is virtually a new measure. Most people can not afford t ex. periment. They want immediate relief. That's why the.v use One Minute Couch Cure. Sold by T. S. Hin.le. 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