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II YOIiTJME XY.
Our prices are always the lowest, we now
propose to exceed ail former efforts. "We
are overstocked and will not carry any
goods over. We offer better inducements
for you to trade with us than ever and al
ways do just what we advertise.
Children's Suits at $2.0Q former price 2.50
a r r
' Youth's Suits at 4.00 do
- do Worsted do 6.00 do
"do Dress do 8.50 do
Men's Working Suits 4.25 do
Men's Business Suit 7.00 do
Men's Eng. Worsted 11.00 do
We know that this offer will eclipse all others by
fully 30 per cent, and we ask you in ail sincerity to
practice economy by buying at the
Arcade, One Price
409 Xelix Street, t9 JTosepli, Mo
From Top to
-THE FINEST STOCK OF GOODS
EVER BROUGHT TO
The entire Stock is Rrand New, having just been purchased especially for this
this trade and arc now on sale
, JLT ,ST, ,oTOB. PRICES.
We have come.Hinonjr vou to live and
xainitie our fine stock of goods, consisting
A complete tine of Ladles' Dress Goods,
and Caps, Mea's.Boys' and Youths1 Clothing,
examining oer goods before buying elsewhere
nosey than aiiy other House In Holt County,
dace. Send for Samples and Prices, or come
.you to give jib a trial to be convinced.
REMEMBER: RED FRONT STORE.
. C. WELLS, Ac SON, Proprietors,
FOREST CITY, MO.
And everything is moving along' at a 2-l
. 1-2 rate, but
SMITH & NORMAN
Still Keep the lead with a full stock of goods consisting of
B US, SOTIOE BOOTS Al SHOE
POINTS, MUSLINS, SHIRTINGS, C0TT0NA0ES, ETC. ,
LADIES FINE SHOES A SPECIALTY
OUR STOCK OF
aves ben 8ele?edt especially for the trade,
and complete stock of Hats, Caps, Groceries, I
We have altrge and complete stock
We al keepthe "Singer" and "New Home" Sewing Machines, if you want a
fnachint It wtll pay you 1o come 25 miles to sec us and learn prices.
The, Raoad,! Is here, Business Is good, the. trade ofthotown is increasing, but
wc want sore. come and see us, iio matter what the distance, It will pay you.
SMITH & NORMAN, MOUND CITY.
H. M. BLACKWEIX & CO.,
1 j - aaJri
AND: BUILDING MATERIAL
Cor, Sixth and Penn Streets, st. Joseph, Mo.
2bU do aa.DU
live; and we ask you to come and
of anything in the Dry Goods Line.
Millinery Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats
You will save money by calling and
, Wc will sell you more goods for less
Wc pay the highest prices for pro
and see for Yourself. Wo only ask
Gr Miff !
; . ; HAS STRUCK
of Hats, Caps, Groceries, Queensware, etc.
Cherries and raspberries arc ripen
ing and the little boy is preparing to
double himself up like a jncK knifo and
yell for paregoric.
L. II . Knowles will leave nest
Tuesday or 'Wednesday for a business
trip into Kansas. He will be gone
about a week nr ten days.
For the benefit of any teamster who
juay bo out of employment wc xoto the
fact that 250 teams are wanted at Cor
ning, Mo., to work on the railroad.
Uev. Georgo A. McKinlay will
preach on the second Sabbath in tlnnc
(the 13th) at the Highland school house
in the forenoon, at the White school
house in the afternoon, and .at Forbes
The recent abundant rain falls in
this'sccton have put the farmers in line
spirts. Crops never looked better at
this. season of year, and the outlook is
altogether favorable for abundant har
vests. The quarterly meeting for Oregon
circuit of the United Hrethrcn church
will bo held at the Woods school house,
commencing at 2 o'clock," r. r, on Sat
urday, Juno SCthj 18S0. A. 1). Thomas,
the presiding, elder for the western, dis
trict, is expected to preside.
. The German Catholic" church at
Bigclow will be dedicated by Kight Rev.
J. J. Hogan, Bishop of St. Joseph, on
Sunday, the 13th inst. Ceremonies of
dedication to commence at 11 o'clock.
a. K:, to .be followed by High Mass and
sermon by the Bishop.
The failure of Slippery-Elm. Adams
to secure an appointment as census
enumerator for which he applied
causes him to. send forth a terrific blast
against mankiud in general, through
tVc. columns of the CorniHg Herald.
S. E. is mad, there isn't any doubt
The local newspaper may not be
able to furni-h your boys with all that
is rcauisite ,tq a firstrclass education, or
to jiuta-gilt ciige finish on your girls;,
biit if yon will ak it, read it and heed
what it says, it will .assist your cora
mon sense in keeping you from being
thcAictim of every glib-tongued swind
ler that may choose to come into your
froiit door yard.
If our city council would pass an
ordinance requiring every load of wood
sold in the city to be measured by an
officer appointed for that purpose, a
reonsidcrable amount would be added to
the city's finances and, at the same
time, our citizens would bo protected
from frequently paying for more wood
than they get. Nearly every city, has
nn nfliner to measure wood and weitrh
coal, nnd the plan works well every
Thi reports of the destitution in
some paits of Kansas are appalling.
fn Graham and neighboring counties
there has been no Tain since last Sep
tember and absolute starvation is threat
ening the people. Of course thoy have had
no vegetable this spring and lately the
scurry has made its appearance and is
fatal in ncariy every case. Agents are
now in thus State soliciting donations
of money and food.
Any tanner who wants to make his
wife a present of a good sewing nin
chine.but who does not like to spare the
money to pa' for it, can get n splendid
machine from the Sentinel for ten or
twelve cords of good dry oak cord
wood. If the person who wants the
machine is a good honest man, he can
take the inachine nsw and deliver tho
wood next September. We have sev
eral machines on' hand, of difTcreat
styles and finish, and can suit the pock
et of almost any one. Call and sec
them. Yori will be astonished at the
low price wc offer them.
, To answer a correspondent we
have made inquiries and learn that
there are in Missouri but two ways for
closing the business of un insolvent
debtor. One by voluntary assignment,
and th "other by judgment and execu
tion. There is no way of forcing a
distribution of any man's assets among
his creditors, and no way of discharg
inghim from his liabilities. Neither
can a man make an assignment for the
bcnVit of a particular creditor or credi
torsmllut an assignment under tho
prcsolt law must be for the benefit of
all thAjrcditors in proportion to their
clairxsm The law is very specific in its
dechj-aBons and the interests of both
dolKr id creditor arc protected.
-yiw following figures will bo of
local intercjt at this time. The vote
for Abraham Lincohun Holt couvty in
1800 was aollows:
East Lewis Mownship 118
Wesb Lewis! 51
Clay 4 C
It may be of interest to our county
readers to know that the man who of
fered to send a fifteen-dollar Bible and
a high-toned revolver for tho small sum
of one dollar has ceased his missionary
labors and will rest for tho next fifteen
months in prison. It is not worth
while to send him any more dollars.
Wo believe tho Mound City New was
the only paper in this part of the coun
try whose so-called "cditoxs" had so
little sense a-s to publish the swinillorVs
advertisement and thus aid him in filch
ing money from the' unsuspecting.
Tho Sentinel refused to insert his ad
vertisement at any price.
Dr. Do Edsallo's vocalizing is noth
ing less than pheiiominal, having tho
greatest of voice on the American stage.
Christian church, Friday every eve
nig, June 11. Reserved seals can be
fCunrud at TIcrshberger & Anderson'
Next Sunday at 4 o'clock r. M.,
E'der Maupin will preach at the Mill
Creek school house.
Miss Mollic Uurus of Clariuda,
Iowa, is visitihg tho family of J. II.
At tho Christian church next Sun
day at 11 a. jr., Elder Maupin's subject
will be "Human Depravity," and at 8
r. si., "The Benefits of the Atonement."
On last Monday Sheriff Frame took
William Peters to tho Lunatic Asylum
at St. Joseph, ha having been adjudg
ed insane by the Judge of tho Probate
Mr. Samuel Stuckcy, chairman of
the Committee on General Arrange
ments for the Fourth of July celebration
in Oregon, requests us to givu notice
that there will be a meeting of that
committee at the Mayor's office on Sat
uaday evening, June 12th. All tho
members are requested to alto ml.
There arc two girls at the Poor
House for whom the Superintendent
would like to get good homes. They
are white American girls, aged seven
and thirteen. Any good citizen who
would like to take and raiso either of
them can apply at the Poor House.
A heavy storm of wind and rain
and hail visited this section of country
hist Tuesday night and did a great deal
of damage. ' Trees wcro blown down,
orchards stripped of their fmit, houses
unroofed, etc. ' Wc have heard of no
loss of life, but the destruction of prop
erty was very1 great. Tice's" predic
tions arc coming true in almost every
case this month.
The Oregon Public School Board
have rc-cniployeil Professor II ill as Prin
cipal and Mrs. Kellogg as teacher of
tho Primary department. Thoy have
also employed Miss Hattic Kellogg as
teacher of Department No. 2, which
was taught last year by Miss Evans.
No teachers have been employed for
Departments .1 and' 4t taught last year
by Miss Gardner) ami Mrs. Tnomas,
neither of whom applied for reappoint
ment. "Teachers are still wanted for
those Departments and thi Board de
sires to receive applications.
An editor whoso head is level pub
lishes the following, which wo aro
prone to adopt as our own; "When
anybody dies, gets married, runs away,
steals anything, builds a house, makes
a big sale, whips his wife, or her hus
band breaks his legs, or gets tho senses
kicked out of him by a mule, or does
anything that is remarkable, and you
have reason to bclicvo you know as
much about the occurrence as anybody
else, don't wait for some other person
to report it, or trust us to find it out by
instinct, but come and tell in about it,
or send the facts on a postal card.
This is the way news is supplied, and
it takes a good supply of that necessary
article to make a good home paper.
See if yon cannot let us know over
item that transpires in your neighbor
hood." On the night of Monday, tho 24th
of Maj-, Moses Harrison, a farmer living
about ten miles south of cast of Hop
kins in Nodaway county, was robbeil.
of SCfiO under the following circum
stances :. Several weeks ago Mr. Har
rison sold a tract of land for SC50, of
which amount $150 was paid in cash at
the time of the sale. The remaining
8500 was paid to him on tho 24th "of
Ma', and the whole amount was depos
ited in a tmnk iu his . dwelling. On
the night of that day, tho weather be
ing warm the doors were left open,
and, while all the family were asleep,
burglars entered and carried off tho
trunk, takingit to a secluded spot about
two hundred yards distant, where it
was rifled of the money. It was not
until ten o'clock next day when the
trunk was missed, and, search being
made for it, it was found as above des
cribed. Notice of the robbery was at
once given to the authorities of the
neighboring counties, and it was not
long before Sheriff Frame of this coun
ty got on a warm trail. Tho result
was that on the 27th he and Constable
Long of Bigclow township arrested
John Watson on the cars at Bigclow.
On his person thoy found $330. He
was at once brought to Oregon and
lodged in jail. The Sentinel was ud
viscd of tho arrest, but, at the request
of the Sheriff, no mention was made of
it last week, as it was known that two
parties committed the robbery and it
was desirable to capture tho other party
before publicity was given the arrest
of Watson. Everything turned out as.
expected and on Saturday Constable
Long arrested Richard Copehind at
Bigclow aud brought him to Oregon.
He had very little money but had just
purchased a line span of mules nnd a
wagon aud harness, wldch, by the
way, hu has sineo turned over to Har
rison, thus virtually acknowledging
his guilt. Both Watson nnd Copeland
wcro turned over to the authorities of
Nodaway county and are now in jail iu
Maryvillo. Tho evidence against them
is said to be very strong. Watson is it
young man, only twenty-one years old
He was raised in this county and has
always been considered a mighty hard
case. Only last November he was re
leased from the Penitentiary after serv-
ingout a three yars sentence for horse
stealing. Copeland is about twenty
seven years old, and has been living
around Bigclow, working at odd jobs,
for several months. He has not been
considered ti first class citizen. Neither
i atsttii nor Copclnnd is married. Too
much credit cannot bo given Messrs
Iraino and Long for the manner in
which they worked tip this case and Mi
cured tho criminals. Several limes bu
fore they havu effected similar raptures
anil tfieir names arc becoming a terror
to evil doers.
Messrs. Blum & Ueinhart .ire now
at work fitting up the store room next
door north of Ira Peter's, to be used
bv them for their confectionery and ba
kerv. Thcv exneet to openithe confec
tionery anil ica cream department next j
week and the bakery as soon thereafter ,
as thoy can build an oven.
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement of the sale of town lots in the
new town of Maitland, sometimes called
Swoncville. in Whiir Valley in this conn
ty, which will take place on the Kth inst.
Maitland will undoubtedly soon become
a business point of considerable import
ance, anil tho purchase of lota there
will be a safe investment.
Wc regret to learn that the storm
on Tuesday night did considerable
damage to the new M. E. church in
this city. Tho building was twisted
several inches at each end from its po
siiion on the foundation, while the mid
dle was apparently not moved. Much
injury was also done to the plastering.
Fears arc .ttexpreised that the building
in its present condition is not safe We
presume a competent builder win be
eninloved to rive it a tlwroiiKh exam
ination, and we hope tho damage may
prove less serious than representeii.
Youths are in the habit of congre
gating at the north windows of tho
Christian church on the outside of the
house on Sunday evenings and .smok
ing, thus greatly annoying the congre
gation assembled for worship. On last
Siindav evening some ladies were great
ly annoyed by the smoke blowing in
through the windows. These persons
are requested to discontinue this habit.
The people who assamble there for
worshin can not consider such conduct
orderly or gentlemanly and are not wil
ling to tolerate such rowdyism.
lltOJl OUIt COKKESl'OXDEXTS.
Saturday was the mmt illsaKircablo day we
Imvo had daring the whole spritiR.
On Friday a gentleman trom Hiawatha, Kan
sas, passed through town vrlth .a flock ot 103
sheer. H 1,3,1 10 Pay on 311 average. 23fi0 a
head tor them.
Andrew Olln ot Nlilmahotna Is soon to go Into
the drug business here. It Is rumored,
Wo understand that Sir. (: lL Burton has
consented to return and take charge of our pub
lic school ajiolhcr year. He gaveceneral sat
isfaction last term and did gaoi work, and no
on eke could bo expected to take the work up
where he left oil r-s well as he. Wo are v'lad to
learn that ha will return, and many others art
also. The tcliool could 111 afford to loso his ser
vices jmt yet.
Mr. John K. DavU and family start to Wash
ington Territory Tuesday, to bo gone until In
Itlpclow received a visit from about a dozen
olour citizens last TTedncsday evening. The
object of their visit was to get news from the
Convention. Ther heard nothing ; were deeply
grieved ; undertook todrownthelrsorrow.i ; and
the rssult was that the railroad company abso
lutely refusia ta carry another company of
Mound City boys to Mgelow.
AT (lulnn and Jim Cason undertook to test
their muscle on each other Saturday evening.
Result : Gulnn two very black eyes and a bro
ken nose ; Cason a broken linger, bruised arm,
and a few wratches on tho face, besides loss of
Rill Banister was atrested and taken to tho
callboose Saturday evening, but was released
alter an hour's confinement.
Repairs are being made at the rresbyterlan
Itcv. Hall of tho M. K. church preached the
funeral of Mr. Asa McNulty's three children on
Sunday morning. At the conclusion of the dis
course. Mr. and Mrs. McXultr were received
Into the church nnd tho infant child of Mr. V.
Eben Coojier wan sprinkled. Others present
also gave their narnes'to the pa.stor,-who an
nounced that they wore thereafter to be con
Mdered and treated an members ot tho church.
The church appears to bo prospering. They
kavo a neat honst, a good Sunday school, pray
er and class meetings, and services about two
Sundail'.n each month.
It Is rumored that there will be a wedding
in town on Thursday CYinlng.
Mnund City is nolo for Maine by an over
whelm!, g majority After tho convention Is
over, she will be as decidedly for the nowlnce.
Mr. J. A. H'lllLs has opened out a firt class
boot and shoe, hat nnd e?i store Iu Marlon
Ijinsdown's uewsWre building.
Mr. Herman begins work to-day on a dwel
ling house for Mr. Oco. Cillls, Jr.. whose house
was burned a few weeks ago.
. U'e rn larstand that Kldcr H'ctzell has been
renuested to preach upon the subject of Infant
Uaptlsm soon, and It U not at likely that he
Health good and everjbudy happy The po
litical pot boiling over and lots tf our local as.
plraut.s for Political honors are beginning to
show their hands.
K. 1. Hcrshncr. wo are sorry to note, met with
qulto an accident by severely cutting his foot
ci me time since, but Is now auie 10 no aronuu
James Peebles of Cumberland county, Pa., Is
at present a guest at Mr. Trltt's. Mr. Peebles
Is Tery favorable impressed with the fertility of
our soil and growth and advancement of our
Mttttttslviu, ono am-mgst our bsst and ables
stock dealers, is still waltzing around amongst
our farmers to see who has a fat steer or hog to
sell, and he is almost sure to gobble It.
Jos. Crlswell. the farmer's friend, from Mound
town, agent of several different kluds of Reap
ers, was iu oiuriectlou looking up tho Interest of
his IIiks rteapers, last weak.
V arc glad to see J. AV. Moiris again In our
midst. He returned homo last week from Col
umbia, where ho has been attending school for
soma tinio and is new performing the part ot the
honest old yeoman tending the soil.
Person iiowcrs lias had qulto an addition
built to hLshousv which was built last fall ; lie
now has quite a fine re sldeneo.
MrJohn Mcycra of this vicinity has also put up
quit') an addition to his house, which makes It
rank amongst tho finest form houses n tho
county. His small grain and corn crops are
very nattering. Mr. Meyers Is one of Holt's
Mr.JC Itahler U also building tilU a cosy
utile nous;, which will add to thu appearance
ol Ills farm. He loo hav line prospects for wheat,
Kail wheat though generally looks well In this
rrofessor l'inlay is teaching tint Itlchtllle
hchuol ; ho has quite a largo school and Is giving
Tho hard wind storm on Saturday blew on
mot of tho apples ami peaches w hleh will make
them very scarce, hi soma localities.
J. P. It.
All nerxins knowm? lheinsclvis in
debtcil to, A. J. CasMo & Co., are noti
iied that they will save costs by settling
thu saiiiu within thirty days.
All persons hHving sowing ma
chines at our rooms for rejiairs must
i-all for same iiuiucdialcl.;.
EPITOME OF THE WEEK.
Interesting News Compilation.
Senate. On the 1st tho amendments
to the Legislative, Executive. Judiclalnnd Ag
ricultural Appropriation biils wcro Insisted
on, and Committoes of Conference were ap
pointed.. ..Mr. Vance, from tho C-.mmlttco on
Kxodus of Negroes from Southern to Northern
States, submitted a repoit ot tho m.ijority,
which was ordotol printed wph testimony
taken. . .Mr.Windom announced that bo would
lubsequcn tly submit the vicwsofthbX'"nrlty.
Tho HlTor anil Hartor App-opriatlot.-b.C
was taken up and a number of amendments
wcro disposed of.
House. Tho Dcficien'sy Appropria
tion bill was taken up and debated la Commit
teoof tho Whole
Sex ate. On the 2d a resolution was
submitted by Mr. Fcndlcton and adopted In
structing tbo Committee on Judiciary to In
quire whether sections ifK3 to 4.12S, Inclusive,
of the ltevtsod Statutes aro authorized bj- tho
Constitution. Mr. Pendleton oj plained that
tbo ecctlons relted to judicial powers of
Consuls an J MlnUtersin Ca-storn countries. ...
The Hiver und Harbor AppnpnatloablU was
po cd 33 to LI with several amondmcuts.
House. The General Deficiency Ap.
proprlatlon bill was tnfcoii up In Committee of
tho Whole An amendment, offered by Mr.
Tuwnshcnd. providing that ait Federal ralartoj
shall bo psld la silver dollars, was rejected 21
to W and a number of other amendments
if oro disposed of. Tho committoo rose and re-porto-.l
too bill and amendments to the House,
and thu main question was orderc J.
Senate. Tho Immediate Transpor
tation bill, aracuded by tho addition of a
clause providing that privilege)) of transporta
tion conferred by tho bill thould not extend to
nnr pliccs where there aro not tho necessary
officers for tho appraisement of metcbandlso
and tho oolloctlou of duties, was r-'sicd nn tho
td-31 to 1 J as was also Mr. Eaton's bill for
the appointment or a commission to revise the
House. Tho Committee on Ways
end Means reported n rojo'.utlon for the final
adjournment ot CongrtHS at noon nn' tho ICtb,
which was ajrcM to without debate 100 to OS.
Tho (lonrral Deficiency bill was further
Amended anil possod.... Mr. Knott, ol tho Ju
diciary Committee, submitted a report oxon
cratitijr Mr. Ackicn from any guilty or fraudu
lent Indention In presenting a report as from
thoCommltteo on Korcl-rn AX&irs, wnllo he
was not a member of t list committee, nnd the
rpport was agreed to without debate or divis
ion. Senate. On tho 4th the bill for the
relief of settlers within tho Into Fort Kearnoy
Military Itoservatlon, Nebraska, was passed.
House. Tho Senate bill for dispos
ing of the Fort Harker Military Reservation
was passed.. ..Tho Conference report on tho
Joint resolution to provldo for tho publication
and distribution of tho supplement to tho Re
vised Statutes was agreed to.
The public-debt statement for May
makes the following exhibit: Total, debt)
(including interest), ?i 139,000,230. Cash la
Treasury, $-JOO,C13,S10. Debt, lesa amount
in Treasury, il,05 '.iiSCrJO. Decrease during
the month, tliw3,033. Decrease slnca June
30, 187J, 74,830,53.1l
Is tho Equity Court In Washington
on the 1st the Chtlstlancy dltorcc case came
up ou a motion by defendant ioe alimony and
counsel fees. Judge Uagner made aacrder
fixing th alimony at $130 per month, com
mencing Slay 1, to be paid within fifteen days,
and ordering plaintiff to pay, defendant's
counsel tSXi within twenty days.
The United Statos Senato has con
firmed the nomination ot Uoraco Maynard as
THKlWtdentontho Sd nominated
Eugene Schuyler, Consul General at Kome,
to bo Consul General and Diplomatic Agent
ot the United States at Bucharest, and .WiU
Um X Pethye, V.ce-Consul at Tlentaien, to
bo Secretary ot the Commission to China.
Colonel J. C. Addeskeid, of the
stall of General Sherman, died at Washing
ton a few days ego.
Fkesident Hatk has been olected
Vice-President of tho American Bible So
ciety. The nomination of James O. Pntnaro,
of New York, as Minister to Belgium has
The Maine Grecubackcrs have nomi
nated General II. U. Plalsted for Governor.
The Democrats ot that State held their State
Courentlouon the 1st and ratified the Green
baclcnomlnatlons for State officers and chose
delegates to the Cincinnati Conrention.
In his recent roport Mr. James M.
Swank, Secretary of the Iron and Steel Asso
ciation of the United Htates, says the produc
tion of pic-Iron in this country during last
year was 8,170,875 tons, by far the largest
production In our history. The number ot
blasl-fnmaccsa In operation- hut year was
097, and forty-four others were, in course
of construction. The capacity ot all when
the forty-four are completed will be 6,300,
C00 tons. The production of steel, rails for
1S70 Is very nearly double what it was In 1378,
being 1,047,50(5 tons foe the former year
a-jaln.t 597,174 In the Utter. It is thought
that over 1,500,003 tons of steel rails will be
required this year, and that the capacity of
the mills will be enlarged so as to very nearly
meet the Increased demand.
It was announced on tho Sd that
Herman Ltssbcrger, a dealer In metals and
on Importer ot Iron at New Yotk, hod failed,
with liabilities of about $3,500,00tf. Tho
causes ot the failure are said to have been
the heavy dccllno.la the iron market and tho
repudiation ot importation contracts by cus
tomers, who were cither unwilling or unable
to fulfill their engagements.
At its recent session In Pittsburgh
tho Methodist ProteeUut Conference chose
Kevs. W. Bates, G. B. McElroy, S. B South
erland, Hon. a W. Butler, J.J. Gillespie,
and F. II. Pierpont as representatives to the
Ecumenical Conference, which meets In Lon
dpn la August, 1SSL
A youno man, son of Mr. John G.
Thompson, Scrgeant-st-Arms of the National
House of Representatives, was shot and seri
ously wounded by a fellow-student named
Buck, at Hlghlsnd Falls, N. Y., on tho 4th.
It Is stated that Buck and young Thompson,
being candidates for admission to West Point,
bad been attending a preparatory school,
where Back was subjected to a mild form of
hazing by the other ftuJcnU, and, becoming
enraged at some remarks mads by Thompson,
he drew his revolver and shot him. The
young man's condition was quite critical.
Buck was srrcstcd.
Announcement was made on the 4th
that Charles W. Scoficld, a New York Broad
way merchant who dealt heavily In Iron, had
(uspended, his failure being attributed to tho
heavy decline in tho prices of iron. The lia
bilities were placed at about ? 2,000.000, half
of which are secured by merchandise, f co
floid claimed that, If he should bo allowed
sufficient time by bis creditors, he will be
able to pay In full, and stated that he had
2,000,000 in Western railroad investments.
West ninl South.
A few nights ago at Clear Lake, Col
lins County, Tex., a Mrs. Pruct and daugh
ter, the former sixty years old, -disguised as
men, murdered a Mrs. Bradley aud robbed
hor of f30a A stranger, who was sleeping In
au upper room iu the murdered woman's
house, witnessed the murder and shot at the
murderers, killing them both.
Leaovillb (Col.) dispatches of the
1st say auother strike for higher wages had
been Inaugurated among the miners. A
Deputy Sheriff had an encounter with a mob
ou that day, iu tho couuc of which two or
ttini ot the latter wero seriously wouuded.
Only two of the mines were In operation.
Mks. Bblva Lockwood made a
speech before the Fenialu suffragist Conven
tion at Chicago ou the 1st, in Uie course ot
wldch she denounced ns n crime the rcfueat ol
the Chicago Hoard of Education to employ
married women as teachers.
The Illinois State Prohibition Con-- j couip.eo 01 ja-yxw cartnacs. ana.a large
ventlon tact in Springfield on the 1st- But a i number of firearms.
small number of d -legates were in a tend- lx W03 reported on. tho 5th that:
ance, and, after adopting a serif s of reola- Rochsfort's wound, was serious, and that.
Hons, the convention siljodrncd itnt die with-1 hemorrhage had set In. . ,
out making any nomlna ions. TtIK phylloxera-. h:i3 attacked thC-.
A ritlZE-FiailT between the pugilists 1 rape-vine- in mauy wine-sroVimj districts.
Ooss and Ryan came oft at Colyer's Station, of France, and hse. dono very great damage.
V. Vs., on the morning of the 1st, noon after It is ettlmited that 40 003 acres of -tbt vines
sunrise. The light lasted eishtj-sercn mln-1 will Le rendered worthless by. the Insect this,
ntes, and resuliol in a vl--to.-y for Ryan, j rear. The winegrowers hive formed a so--luitr
a desperate battle. i cicty for the purposd of obt. nln? and apply--
TllE Hoard of Supervisors of San ingfcculillc means for the destrrJctJoa of the,
Vrsnrlsdo hrn annealed from the decis on noxious lusciu.
of the Superior Court ot that city eajtslnlo?
the demurrer' to tlw Impeachment proceed
ings aza nst Mayor Kalloch.
The South Carolina Democracy have
chosen Hjysel dclegatcs-at-large to the Na
A preacher named James 31. Ma
son was recently tubliciy whipped at Floyd,
Vf. Va, in ictonianee with tho sentence, of
the Court, for ' obtaining goods under false
At Texarkana, Ark., a few days ago ,
a mob attempt! to lynch a negro confined
In Jail thqrc for sitae heinous offense, but
the frlonds of the prisiucr ilrcd on them, and
eight persons sere woarldtfff,' sotna fatdliy.
At the mooting cf-the Miller's Na
tional Association in Cincinnati on the 3J,
the Transportation Commit ce reported a
resolution to the effect that transportation
corporations should be placed under suitable
supervision, la the interest of the,, whole) fourth California, District,, and n. c." ftlUr,
people. First PeocsjlTanla JUIstrlcV, satteeded. by J.
MESS Its. llUIX & NEWTON, proprie- 'Vy.IIaversUcl:an4MwardFS,tet1e;.rest.ect
,, Min..r.i! ?.,ir:n-ntl! hat,' tvl- The lluux! concurred Ja'the,8cnate
, T, vSfT f rt?r I 8mcn(lmentstothcImme,teTr.nportation
failed, with liabilities of St,lOX ?7flL ahd addc-1 twd,t .was to tSe list of tluwo
E-G, Petekson, Assistant Librarian i to which the Senate extended thCprlvilejes
of the MercnUIo Library at SL Louis, was of--the. measure- Coirerer.ee Cpomlttert
found iu a skiff thirty m..? below city a ffi8J&$8fig'
few dsvs ago. with an usiy holo In.hls head. - mH
lie stated that he hail been aseauttcd by two I
men, at his. own gate, and tlut .when he re
gained consciousness hu found bimsolfdowa
the river la a boat, without par?, ss ab.ro de
scribed. The recent South Carolina Dcmr
era tic State Convention nominated Mr. 11 it
good as candidate for Governor and a full sot
of Bayard Electors.
At St Iiouis . a few days ego twenty
horsss iu a Hour and feed sttutq were burned
It wa3 reported from Los Vc?as, N.
SL, on the. Jd that the- Navnj-y and Ules
bid combined for the'puryoce of making war
on the whites. .
Tub Woman-Siu7nt2o Convention in
session ai uucao on mc iu lwopicu if pwi- i
form the substance oiwhlch U that they will
not support any party which wUl not insert a
Plauk In Its platfotm recognlzlns thorL-ht vf
women to vote.
uemocraw aavo ru--
nominated tho present State otHeera.
The United Statca Millers' Associa
tion has elected the following olBccrs for tha
ensuing year? President, George Bain, of L
Louis; VIce-PreIdents, Loreu fletcher, of
Minneapolis, and Kobcrt Tyson, of lidlU
raore; Secretary, S. II. S-smsns; of Mil
waukee. Miss ASTUOvr, Vicc-Presldentof tho
National Woman's SuflVace AesocUtlon.'read a
The Alabama Dgnlocrats have chosen
antl-Tilden dc.rgatcs to the Cincinnati Con
vention, and Indorsed the tw -thirds lulc.
The Town Marslial of Hampton, Ga.,
(run, and, returning, (hot hint dead.
iiunonAjiTS to tha number of
arrived at Baltimore on the 4'h on
two Gcnain. vesso's. The great bulk ol
them left immediately for tie West.
John Wood, cx-Govcrnor of Illinois,
died at h.'s home la Qmnuy a few djs ago,
aged eighty-two years.
Tub Arkansas Democrats havo nomi
nated Thomas Churchfll for Governor. Thirty
nine ballots were taken. A full State ticket
A severe and destrnctivo wind-storm
visited St. Louis' cn the morning of tho 4th,
which resulted In damages amounting to
some $20,000, the dcath'of one tnn, and se
rious injury to about a dozen o'hers. One
ot the Injured parties was no't expected to
live. The storm was only of a few m'nutcs'
duration, but In that time It playcu havoc
with the roofs ot several buildlags and with
trees and railroad cars. The wood work of the
big bridge was slightly damaged.
According to a Teheran (Persia)
trtirrun nf the 1t Persia had defined to In-
terferclatao Tekko question, and refused
the proffered alleglaaco ot'the. Jlcrv Jxavo-
A Constantinople dispatch received
ou the 1st nays the. Turkish troops had arp
nlbiUted a baml ot Bulgarian marauders near
Solonlca. Compromising docctnrn'9 -were
found on the Bulgarians who weie killed.
The London publisher Strahan
sailed for the Uu.ted Slates on tbs 1st. One
object ot his Joumey Is to ascertain wbethor
the American publishers ace not ctlUcg to
mi aa f.-t anm.i lwltnr rrr nrii'Ti ' thn An?
of the manv which havebeeu sujsested In
America relative to International PXT'SC 'TuCSllaV, JuiIQ lStilV 1'830.'
Pkinck Goktsciiakofp arrived ati
vwEffrom Havana, Cuba, or, the 1 ,4
1st were to the effect that yellow fever had ! county, ami the country awnwl Tise.i by au
brokeuoutlnthatcity. Tea doatl from tho I fflfe
peitilence occurred dunng tlie week ending i iftlu- the Valley forraltoSaroShiil. 3 1-2 m!.es
ontheiiOth ult, and eighteen deths from fnioi ItnhatiL ! No.tiwayeminty.anfl tttm ltd
small-pox were als repoAcl durins the .l 1? oX tu?.-S
time. . .ofNoJawayandEatemp)rtIot Hjltt-'oim-
ASIXTEEN-YEAK-OLD DOT of Ottawa ty, auil'ma.-t. ia a. very short thw. Jwf"1 -(OnL)
recently eloped wlthtwogtrU and mar-1 tagf,d Wsl lut -15'J,ortJl-ried
oneot tbcm at Utica, N. Y. Anothe ' Ap"' -itloiw are sofrenont for lots for busl
lad was to have Bouc along and made the , no u-'Vo,r0tUe?u.cton?c
other Khl hU wife, but, for some reason, he I iJ,Vo a imiiiic s.iks of lo?shi tfie town
missed the train. The siU were fourteen tiiksm vY. JliNE 15. 13fr ".
Pnr rn thh 9il Mr.
Wan rSrttnfn .if fStliVittiin Prfpltprpra. !
was apprehended as a deserter from the Sec
ond Horse Guards eight years uo.
Some 823,600 in specie was stolen at
Havana on the 2d from the Purser's room of
J- tho steamer Saratoga, plylns between Iu-
vana and New York.
The robbery was not
discovered until all
the posamxera were
A Constantinople dispatch of the
3d says 250 persons bad died In the rovinces
ot Kurdistan aud Armenia of starvation. It
was thought that 49,'XiO persons would have
to be supported for the next two months. It
they were to ba kept alive.
It was stated on tho 3d that the Nlcn -
raguau Congresshadcmarracl th? concess'on
made by the Prcrldrnt of that KepuMlcto the
American Company for the construction of
an Intcroccanlc Ship Canal aerobe the
Tup. -Rmons of Rfjaia died at St.
ried tho Czar Alexander April Si, istt.
In a duel on tho 3d with M. Kocch-1
lin, brothcr-lu-law of tho French Prefect ot
Police, Henri Kochifort, the exiled Parisian
editor, was soerely wouuded. Tho duel was
fnn.k nn !-lu l.rtilnrr with Mrnnls. mill
foushtonSttlssterrttorj, with swoWn ana,
after a contest lastins two tnlnuu-s, hothe-
fort's weapon slipped from his hand, and the
blade of his advery penetrated his to.ly.
iUCUVGUlU UIVVMUs h" I
llllllcatlon of tha Prelect of Pol w, for tho
measures which that ofKcIid ttKJtjto prescrvu
irdsrduriug tha rcccutComniunUtic demoa--aratinn
A Montreal (Can.) telegram of the
11 says It was rumored in Uul city thut a
CuUui JlUbustcrli execditfcm coiuposod of
Americana left that port ou Uird a steamer
llic day bclv.e. The -urcn was ratd to bv
Petersburg on the morula.' of the- Sd. alter a i at Mound City, arc now receiving Lurn
llngerlng illness-' Ri:c wts the daughter M j jr- il-tHy at their yards -n'd offer the
the late JJrand -Duke Ludwlg II of " L V ,, d f, th6
ndvmarVvAa l.rn AiifHtM And mitr.I ,,nlr WJ
The suspected filibustering cxpeth
t.'on to Cuba which left Montreal a few ilitrs
ago was overhauled, by the Csntdian customs
authorities on the Sd, aud the ship on whlcit
it cmWieJ. brought b-ick.lnio-port.
Tne United States Senato on tho 5tb,
insisted on its amendments to the Legislative
Appropriition bill, and a Conference Com
mittee was appointed 'The House anicad-
rceats to the bQl for the turmcdldtetrannpo.'-
utlon of duUsMc good wefo concurred la.
A message wu received' from the President
xcplilngto a reulntin of Inquiry, staling
that two Superrtiors of Census had been re
moved and successors appointed by h.'ui under
tha authority of Ihs iteuty-thinl section ct
the Census act. which authorizes the Super
intendent of Census, with the content of the!
President, to remove and appoint. The
f-upcrtlsors in question are Charles T)anar
N.w Yobb, Juno in&
LIVE STOCIC-Cattlo. tS OJ.'Bf.lB 7S
Sleep...- .....JSO JtST3
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White Winter Extra
WHE.W- So: ited ..i.,
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Common Crossed ShUn?:. H Oft $ 17 tU
HOurinjr s w; isvsa uu
Common Boards. .t. '3 03. ..12 50
FVnolnr. ...- 0WItBl3 0q
ASblniUu 2 30,ji
EAST LlUCltTy. ' - . .
CATTLE Best .-...ft 79,iM
Fa'rUUoed 4 U 4 ft)
HOOS Yorier : 4 30 ,'4 40
Pbilaaelpaiaa. IM ts 4 tC
BUKKP-HOBt 4 IS $-ISu
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fHBIiP-l'uo to Choice...,, 3 00 ,Stff
Don't fail to hear Dr. DeEl3all
Friday Evening at the Chistian chnrch
Evcry t-ong ho sings is worth the price
of admission. Reserved can besecured
at Ilcrshbcrrcr c; Anderson's. -
Go to the Red Front, Forest' City, to
buy your Fruit Jars. Yoa jrill save
money by doing so. " "7;
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Cincinnati Boot and Shoa. Stare.
J. A. Willis has just rctttrricd. with
the largest and most Complete stock of
Roots. Shoes Hats, Caps. that, has evef
btt'tt brouirht to Horth west Mliiouri,
' nud will suit thorn at price that defy
' competition. Call and examine my
-dock when in tho CitV and ho convinced.
; Store opposite R C. Glenn iVCo's drug
store in Lansdown new buildinMonnd
Lot Sale - ;
IK THE TOWN OF '
I HOLT COUNTY, 510.,
! and for tho acconimoUtion of the ur.mbcra do-.
.irfn,. t. nttrml. mi exeurUon tram Will run.
tiU. St. Jnwlito Maitlan.1 to tlwt day. leav
f i-r KouhiL Tri p on sue nt rrancu. oi reew uc,i,
TSsJnehalf r.tih and balance l sU
au4 twelve mont'o. deferred narinents f bear
KU'.MTireentlnM;reandtobe secured by
Anlat of the town enn be seen at the- offlw of
iinnin t Saxton in! St. OoseitU.' and ou. the
groiiniUat the-sale. For further tnlornutlion,
appfy to. or 'W0N0VAN sxxox.
3t. Joseph. Mo.
! ... an.IlorllMr t0 annourlee Daitlel rook
Jjy llu hnicivndetit candfdste tei the office
of Circuit JailgJ forthe gt'. Jadlclal circuit.
I FJSnrMwTJ ffAQQ tWSjft
I SOlii Jllillj lWUo3 Ufc-WUij
Ltimber mcrchaftts of St. Joseph, now
I viry loWestf priccsf irr tho county?
. , r i -
JNOtlCO TO iettCUerS.
' Notice H hrrehy clv.is l'-at th. Cojrjl of Ed-
I UCJltion Of lllf CllV ( OWWJ WBI HM:eIe ap-.
i paeHtto!l!( (llr until Jime Kth. 1S. for
e.icjler5 (of tKe ul ;ini uh Uf partpirnts and
I forotilored dcjurtmciit. of the Otcgon public
To TpacXicrs. -
Notice U herclv Kkvun thsttbe, lV.ird.of IMiw
esltiia for the Porvst.Clty Slut District will
receive appllrathw,Jor :t prlnclrar and two
OMbLvit tiMchtn until June f.M is.-?).. ,.
Hani worl( nver taught wiailon:, no?
Joes truth reqnire theur;