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OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1881.
CHAMBERS MARNEY CO
ST- JOSEPH, MO.
TAKE A LONG STEP TO THE FRONT THIS .FALL
JrilowliltK by 35 feet wide, connected with tlio rtnt floor by
The First Passenger Elevator
I.. ,i. nrv (iool business In this elty. This Klves them three innKiiMccnt ropini ami n
ESSEESt Ymv mn' iif w Ich In n" "iri" ui any ordinary Dry (limits Wore. Ily nioiiiij ( tlif Kle
liuor wl noii r i iraiiVJ uS "ecu. liTe is the llrst, nml fill arc titled im so ns t.. Klvc the best llBht
SUPERB CLOAK AND SUIT ROOM,
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Heady Maile dnriiiViit.s fr both U.lles ami Children,
I-ndles Suits, Cloaks, Kurnlililns Howls find
will sarins In extent and variety tin thii
or Trini. uirir paimiM mil) n-i "i""1 " ,,.i i
K.ry """ ". "".,r.;..,i" . .A"" :v:v.: iThj iu i east and in
till' lir) UOIMISllllirKCl. llllll HIV"! twuin.in 1
,i.. ., i-n time hi bin-ensure immlly carried by country sturt-H. fliyhiK tliclr Int-
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those wliodo. we have a pleasantly lilt ml ui
i i ..i.ti.i..... tit.tV'f, t1iiininilviw nt rniilfnrtu
whore llieymuy "'"I wn ini'
ill' in hum ine. ? t ..'.!;...' i..7V...i 7 oWil Snd nullte treatment will be.
i t iiiilv an i hi ense llm to select from, but which they buy at retail at wniiiesaiti nrires-
IS u! 'S:. fro", weVr Fid. ik?i Ir feu 'Kml, ml I . Auf.jc.lvo Price-can
nil i' n ra iirors vitiiuiK iku viii m uj im ...... .
Tbo buby crop Is rnthor short this
Several of our citizens went to the
Topekn Fair this woek.
A. W. VanCnmp hns purchnscil nn
half Interest lit the lorcst City brew
'I'hero wore 1G enrs grain anil fi
cars stock shipped from Maltlaml tho
llovs. Carothcrs and Ileruiann will
plofiso aecopt our thanks for eubstmt.
Tbo Klnsoy school will open Octo
ber .1. All of tho scholars are rcqueslud
to come In tho first day and be classi
Tho proceedings of tho Conference
crowded out our "know column" this
week. Wo will "know'' it all next
- Tho Kansas City Fair Is In full
blast this week. Wo understand qui lo
a number from Holt county aro In at
tendauco. Klght now ndvertlsors como smll-
i ln-iii : nni lo all who lavor llieni wun u visu uio
(tended wlietlirr they dcslru tn purchase or not.
Injly to tho trontthls wcuK. Head and
bo convinced that Tim Countv Pai'KK' cither j no they didn't.
Hogs ro hogs now, and so aro pigs.
Judgo Kaniol Monk's shlownlk law
suit goes Into Circuit court.
- l'lilllp Schneider has commenced
laying a now sidewalk on tho south
side ot his residence property.
Tho Now York Herald man pre
dicts a mild and Into autumn and says
It will bo worth millions to tho country.
All communications should bo sent
In not later than Tuesday to msuro their
publication. Our correspondents will
confer a favor by adhering to this fact.
Uriah Copeland sold on Tuesday
last, to Mr. Harris at Forest City, sev
enteen head of Hogs that averaged 33S
pounds at U cents.
How Thornton's household goods
have arrived at tho Forest City depot,
marked for Oregon. Tho news of his
determination to return to Oregon will
bo joyfully received by his many friends
I'ho Mothotllst chili ch was never so
full of people ns It was hist Sunday.
The people wore all anxious to hear
Hlbhop's sermon, but many had to turn
away disappointed and were unable to
obtain standing room.
Oregon was well represented at tlio
St. Joseph Exposition last week and nl'.
report as lu.ving had a grand goon
time. Tho "boys" didn't get drunk
Ilul wo noticed
Chambers, Blarney & Co.
N orth Side Felix Str., Between 5th and 6th.
Jones. Townsend & Co.,
Respectfully asks tho attoi.tlon of
THE PEflPLB OF HOLT COUNTY
Kd. Itenson has purchased an half
aero of land joining town on the north,
and commenced tho erection of a dwcl
T. W. Collins of St. Joseph sold,
last Monday, to T. I.Kreek of this city,
tho property occupied by Reinhart &
The St. Joseph imposition was a
several who looked awlul tired.
Charley Ansclment who reside
near tho Mineral Springs, is now crow
inir over tho Into arrivals at his home-
twins, "by gum," boy and girl. This
Is tho third nair ot twins at tins House,
and Charley is a young man yet
II. Tebbs Alkiro has solil sovcrai
tnin4 of run! ustato ilurinc tho last
few days, and is agent lor quito a mini
Unequalled v Assortment
For the Bridegroom,
Assorted with great euro and bought under tho most
favorable circumstances for cash. Our motto is Fair
and Square Dealing. All goods aro marked and sold
Lowest Legitimate Prices.
Wonronoso civluir cntlro satisfaction to all, or the
money heerlilly refunded. Wo solicit your patron
age. Itemember the place.
Jones, Townsend & Co.,
4th and Felix Str., St. Joseph, Mo.
grand success in every particular, and ber of other tracts' In Holt and adjoin-
tho managers liavo a liandsomo sum ng counties, soinoof wiiieiitiio iiisercei
Immigrant should never fall to see.
The Maryvyjo Fair begins next
Monday, tho lOtli, and continues six
days. Miss Williams and Miss Cook,
the two foinalo race rulers, will ruio a
ten mile race one day during tho Fair.
Tlioro will, no doubt, bo a largo crowd
In attendance from Holt.
Tho small amount of hay fever
prevalent this year iu comparison to
what thoro is usually, is atiriuuteu to
tho great scarcity of peaches. It
would bo interesting to know the exact
nature of tho inllnoueo this luscious
fruit lias upon thu human organism to
produce such diro effects.
Hov. Hermann, of tuo ucrmnn m.
E. Church, was presented Willi a naiiii
somo chair to be used in his studio.
Dishop Foster mndo tho presnlation
speech on behalf of the ladles, and
Uov. Hermann tliaiiKca thorn kiikuj,
and In a few touching remarks told how
such a irlft was appreciated.
Young ladles and young gentlemen
will bo interested m looking for the new
comet which Is now, or soon wjll bo
visible about 2 a. m. near tho "seven
stars." Murders, wars, pestilences,
tornadoes, eyclones, volcanic oruptions
left In tho treasury.
Tho doctors report a good deal of
sickness In the community just now. In
termittent fever and chills seem to be
the most prevalent.
A sack containing aDout two bush
els of rye was found and brought to this
office Tho owner can have tho same
by proving property and paying for this
A man by the namo of Alfred Nix
on was arrested this week and placed
In jail on a charge of breaking into a
house up in the bottom and stealing a
keg of nails.
Mr. Guld. Kunkcl will commenco
tho erection of a laige and commodious
dwelling house iu the orchard just op
po.ilto and a little below Mr Ncal Hob
lltzcll, next week.
Married, iu St. Joseph, September
14th, Mr. Fred Noudorf to Miss Lisscttu
Flogenbaum. Tho happy couplo will
arrive in Oregou to-day to receive the
hearty congratulations tf their iiHmor
ous frieuds hero
Several families of immigrants lu
covered wagon's passed through town
this week. They were from parched
districts in western Kansas and were no
FORD & SMITH,
FOREST CITY, :MIO
Avn nmv nmnfirftll to sllOW tllO mibllO tllO best HIUl llU-ffCSt Stock Of
AtkWiau..!'.!-. -- J
doubt coming back to "live with their earthquakes, courtships aud marriages
wIvls' nuonlo." uro imeiy ununuw uiu-ju ..u.j
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Ti.ii of tho tra In robbers who par- ers urn- mm , uu .....
ticlpated In tho rocont Chicago & Alton Miss Stewart, a young girl about 16
train robbery, near Glondalo, bavo been years of age left Mound City about two
......tnri.il. Tim si-iiruli still continues weeks airo and entered a houso of III
fnm.t tn St. .losonh. Her mother and
llliu iiw iu 'w vii..w r""rt "w ii
, i brother' wero not aware of her where
Mr. DijvhI Nyplior was kicked by a nbouts, and alter a diligent search she
vicious horso last Friday on tho right was foumi oy ner oroiuui m
lee, which resulted in a compound frae- who porsuaded her
J Hatsand Caps, Notions, Etc.;
v u.tttA Tnif vumfv. Wn also have a full lino of Olfls aid Quoons
w imiinvn Hmr. wa Imvfl tho larirest lino of Ladies' a'Jd Misses Flue
Shoes. Call and cxamlno goods. Wo will not bo undersold.
F. Hepshaw & Co.,
Wholesitlo and Rotall Dealers In
Buggies, Phaetons and Spring Wagons,
a 18 ami Third Street, ST. JOSEPH, BIO.
-JETWFEN DACON AND PACIFIC HOUSES.
turooftlmt limb. A though sufTuring
nonslilurablo n-un ho Is Cettitiir alon as
well us could bo oxpoctud.
Sheriff Framo lost his pistol somo
whore in the bottom betwoon Forest
City and Wlilte Cloud. It was a Smith
& Wesson, double action, central fire,
and 38 calibre In slzo. Th finder will
bo liberally rowardud by leaving tho
sumo with tho sherifTor at this office.
L. H, Iryino has bought a hair in
terest iu tho Holt County J'ress, The
Pres has long needed nn antldoto of
somo kind and wo hope Mr. Irvluo will
havo tho desired effect. Wu gladly
welcome him and hope our rotations
may bo pleasant. Ho is one of Holt
county's purest young men, and wo
wUh him suocusx lu his new Hold nl
Mr. Cornollus Kunkol has patented
a now wind-mill which, for durability
and simplicity, oollpses anything wo
havo ovor soon. Ho has applleil tltroiign
tho agenoy of Munn & Co,, Now ork
lor his patont, and tbeso gentlemen as
euro Mr. Kunkcl that it is tho best pat
ent iu tho United Statos and that ho
will mako his fortune It works some
what different from most other wind
mills. Tho governors or regulators aro
placed on tho outskirts ol tho wings of
tho wheel and when oneo siarteu to go
Ing it Is almost a perpotunl motion, and
can bo run with a very small amount of
to return homo.
Her mother and brotlior aro inmost
griof-strieken by tho young girl's infi
delity, and it Is lio ed mat, sue win no
tide to lead a pure and christian llfo in
On last Friday afternoon, as Mr.
n..nlftinln Potter, who resides aootii a
imif miln northeast of town, was at
tempting to cross tho railroad track at
Forest City in a lumber wagon 111 cum
par.y with his little son, ho was run into
by tho south bouuu passenger nuiu mm
knocked completely oil too irauh., utr
mollshlng tho wagon Into spllntors aim
slightly Injuring Mr. Totter. His lltllo
son was not hurt, nut ttwus animu
escape for both their lives. Mr. Potter
Is nn o il resilient 01 11011. cuuni
his inimy friend- are glad it uiu noi ro-
suit moro eorlous.y,
Wo heard soveral remarks whllo In
tiui Methodist church last S inday lu ro
card to "begging In chiu-oh,'' and "al-
B ....... .1 ..i..ll,.,ll.i. Vinv."
wins naest mr um uuiiiihjiim i
&o. &o. Whon a person tells you ho
doesn't belicvo In ehureh bogging all
tho time, and ho won't go to church at
all if ho can't listen to a sermon with
out liiivlnor a contribution box stuck un
der his nnso, you will generally soo that
gumo porson subscribo liberally to mnko
hi. 11 nurso for a horso race, or attend a
tiiiiiH nlrims wlihout iv murmur. Per
u.w wlin niiikn nhahltof riilli'iillnscon
tilbutlon boxes aro worse oil man mo
hnxns thomsolvcs. wliloh aro never en
It may savo the hfo of your Iiorso.
Go and get 0110; prlco !25 cents, at T. S.
Hindo's drug itoro.
Hcv. S. Carothcrs will preach at
Triumph school house Sunday at 11 a.
m. and lu Oregon at night.
Tlio Stanborry News Is squealing
for a cemetery. Wo wonder If tho
News Is going to bury thu town ?
Michael Spoerlo has tho largest
and sweetest grapes In Holt county.
Parties wishing any to presoryo should
not fail to call on him; only two cents
Dr. Tanner's experiment," says 1
nn exchange, "is not now; It has been
tried hundreds of times by tho gullible
editor who wishes to publish a four-
pago paper 111 aone-pngo town.
The main building of tlio Knmas
City Exposition took fire on Wednesday
afternoon, and before tlio firo could bo
extinguished the entire building togeth
er with all the buildings on thu ground
wero entirely continued.
Tlio first quarterly meeting 01 tho
United llreilircn will meet at hurcka,
four miles north-west of Maltluud, on
Saturday tho 17th Inst. All aro cordi
ally Invited. Hcv. .1. W. Estop, the
newly appointed pastor, will be present.
Vennor is at it again. Now he
prophcMcs very wet weather, particu
larly in tho Northwest. Wo have no
ticed that it is apt to bo wet after it lias
been dry, but It Is not safe for Vennor
to say even that much. The weather
has a queer way of contradicting him.
Tho following are thu names given
to certain wedding anniversaries: First
year, cotton ; second, paper; third,
leather; totutli has no pocial telibia-
tlon; tilth, woodeu; foventli, woolen;
tenth, tin; twelfth, silk ami lino linen;
fittcenth, crystal; twontlcth, china;
twenty-fifth, silver; thirtieth, pearl;
fortieth, ruby; liltieth, golden.; seventy-fifth,
Many yieoplo lose half tho charms
of living by worrying over possible fu-
tnro misfortunes. To maku tlio most
ol to-day, and bo full of hopo for to
morrow, always yield tho largest crop
of happiness. The discontented growl
er and croaker with a long fneo not only
makes himself miserable, but adds to
the miseries of every 0110 with whom he
comes iu contact. Doubtless they weru
nvoiifr.it for siiniu irood nunx'sc, but fow
people, howsvor, have found out what
Tho editor of tho Maitland Inde
pendent don't seem to like our way of
conducting a newspaper, and over since
wo consented to exchange with his
shoot which is only thr uigli courtesy
called a newspaper ho has been bark
ing at our heels like a snapping cur.
Now wo don't mind a little "poke fun"
with a uracticul newspaper man, such
as tho editor of tho Maryvillo Republi
can, but when an ex chambermaid in a
livery stable having failed lu every vo
iMitlon crathcrs uu a fow pounds of
type, goes Into a now town and gulls
tho citizens out of a bonus, wo don't
caro to afford him that much gratilica-
1i1.11 tn inivnr ourselves on a level with
him for tho pnrposo ot throwing dirt.
If that editor (P) wants an ailvoilie
mont In Thk Consrv Pait.u hu can
get It by paying tlio regular rates 111 ad
vance, and in thu meantime wo will do
him as the Irishmen did tho skunk pay
no attention to him, and ho will go off
and stink himself to death.
The Western German M. E. Con
ference eloped Its work on Monday and
tho fifty ministers present dispersed for
their newly appointed fields for tho
coming year. They wero a body of
flno looking 111011 from tlio states of
Mlsouri, Kansas and Nebraska, man
ifesting a deep Intorcst In tho work In
which tliov aro engaged. Their session
was exceedingly lntore.-.tmg throughout.
and business was dispatched rapidly anil
In order. Tho Hlshop presided with
his usual dignity aud precision; while
tlio conference wheels run as though
they had been well oiled. On Sunday
Uibhop Foster proaeiieii in mo ivug.ieu
M. E. church to an immense niuiienco,
holilinr them spell-bound for onu hour
and forty minutes. Tho congregation
would not wearied should I10 liavo gone
m 11 t ,.n 1. 1 ltl
rm tnr no Lire, cumi'ua wviu ;
tho Prcslnteriuu church and tho dor
M. K. ohureh bv meiubors of tlio
Conference, both morning and evening, j
Hov. Asllng preached In the M. i.
church at night. Tho impression made
upon tho citizens ot Oregon by tho C011
foroneo will last for years to come, and
the people will glailiy iook lorwjiru 1
tho time when another Conference Will
bo held 111 their midst.
Personal and Society.
Mrs. Georgo Doffenbnugh Is among
hor relatives of Now Point.
Mrs. Sam Iluley and daughter are
visiting friends at Nxw Point.
Dot!. Parish, of Craig, is visiting in
this city; the guest of his brother T. II.
Mrs. J. II. Martin of St. Joseph
was visiting at Mirlial Spoetio's this
Miss Mary 0. Uovd, of the bottom
south of lligclow, Is attending school at
Chester Evans, nccompaiiied by his
sister Kate, aro visiting relatives 111
W. A. Graham and wife of Malt
land, spent .Sunday last 111 Oiegon with
their many friends.
Mrs. Fannin Prlco of Craig lias
been visiting tho family of Niel Hob
illoil of this city.
James Miller, of VanCniup's mill
will icinovo with his laniily to Douglas
county fn a few days.
John Anselnient of Marion, Ohio,
is visiting his parents and other rela
tives iu Holt county
Dr. Fli'genbauin and family wore
visiting tho family of Dr. Norton Ilro
kaw lu St. Joseph, this week.
Miss Alice Heath returned to Kirks
villo, last Tuesday, al which place she
takes charge of the public schools.
Miss Currio Cowan, tho accom
plished daughter of John G. Cowan of
New Point was visiting in St. Joseph
Frazer Allen of Watson, Mo.,
and Ins accomplished who wero in thu
city Sunday, both chatting with their
pa ami ma.
1) W. Porter, son of Cummlngs
Porter, has gone lo Columbia to attend
tho Stato University during tho session
M.. 1l.,.,i.f Ttnrir nl f!t-ntir mill l'ri.
ah Copeland culled at our office this
week and subscribed for thu old relia
ble family nowspiipor.
Adam Kllnnel has been appointed
business manager of tho Pacific Christ
Ian Advocate at Portland. Oreon. He
and his family will reinovo to that
J N. Inghrnm.vif tho firm of Ingh
ram & lllgolow, Falls City, NohiuiJiu,
is with us oneo again trying to mako
his wind pump 111 our park give satis
faction to tlio city council.
Marshall llennett, of Logansnort,
Indiana, is visiting his brother, Moses
Ibinnctt, of tills city. If thev nil grow
like tills young man in Hooslerdom,
ship us a car load immediately.
- Miss Mary Haigliler will attend
school at Kliksvlllo dining the nooning
session: and hor sister, iiuss .lenuie,
win nttniiii se 100 at uorncii 1 in 1 1
ity. Iowa, during the coming fall and
-We received a pleasant call last
Monday from Mr. Georgo Cook an In
tluentlal farmer from near Crag. He
came In and paid up old scores and
brought us two new subset t bom to
Cou.vrv Patkii. Thanks.
-iinn fjiirilnm- after an absonec of
several weeks put in nn appearance
among his old friends hero last weo.
IIo is now permanently located in M.
i,.m.ii with l!. M. Watson, and wishes
his many friends to tall on him when
In St. josepn.
MU4 Jnnnio Barker, nn accom
plished young lady from Atihl.-on
Kansas, was visiting friend In Oregon
t...,. ....mi- MUs.lnimli) Is a fine music
1,11. nn.l nlovelv sinner. Sho favored
somo of our citizens with some of her
ni.nriro Socman nml family took
their departnro for Pawnee City, iseb ,
last Tliursiiav, at wniuu pincu mi . .-
ioi.ta his .lui'oli's staff, vie re
grot toloso such citizens. It is just
such men as Mr. Seeman that maku
.......! mtiii'iii uitici- nun nonosi. u
liii.iia ii'....---'f -
, 1 in uiu 11s excellent oiiiimiiui
family peace and prosperity thn ugh
On last Friday about noon,
usually quiet city was thrown into ft
statu of considerable excitement by the
announcement on our streets that Allen
Wood, cno of Holt county's old and
highly respected citizens, had i-ulculcd
on his farm between Oregon and Forest
City. A reporter was at oneo dispatch
ed lo tho scene of tho tragedy and
found to his great regret, that tho re
port was only too true.
Mr. Wood had lived at Ids prcsont
homo in Holt county for more than
thirteen years; was In Independent cir
cumstances, financially; had a pluasant
and agroeabiu family, and, It Is believed
ho had nut an eiicinv In tho world.
Ills death was accomplished by hav
ing climbed Into the loft of his barn,
and making one cud of a rope fast t-
a rafter, and the other end around his
neck, and jumping off from a platform
of shear oats erected by his own hands
for that purpose. Ilu had been from
tho sight of the different members
of his family a tlmo not to exceed
thirty minutes, when his lifeless form
was discovered suspended from tho
roof of Ills barn.
Tho exact ciiuso of tho rash act is not
known, but it is believed that his mind
at times was somewhat derniiged. It
has been noted during tho last few
years that hu frequently became very
demure and melaiuiioly-anil, in fact,
It is alleged that he had tried to destroy
his own life or twice, befor this time at
which he succeeded.
Mr. Wood vas a Kentucklan by birth
and about seventy vears of age.
Holt County Mystery.
The following special dispatch, da
ted at Craig, was sent to tho St. Joseph
Gazette last lrnlay: e.stonlay
morning there was found In tho road,
near the resldenco of Mr. G. It. Low
i!ou, four miles north ot this place, 11
two-hot 8a top buggy nnd 0110 horso.
From appearances tlio horso had fallen
dead In tlio harness and.was left by tho
owner or driver with the harness on.
I'hu harness was stripped off tho other
horso and left on tho ground near !y
thu dead Imrse. Tho party having con
trol of the same left coining this way,
as was shown by tho tracks of tlio
horse (the recent shower having niado
the. road muddy). Diligent iuq iry has
been niado us to tho owner or driver,
but no duo has yet been found. How
thev came thoro, or under what circum
stances is vet all a mystery. The sup
position is that tho horses and buggy
wero cither stolen or that the driver
had committed some crime from which
ho was fleeing. The dead Iiorso and
buggy is within ono hundred yards of
Mr. Lowden's house; yet he know
nothing about the circumstance. There
in uy bo moro In this than is at pre.-eiit
Sunday Sohool Picnic.
Tlio New Point Sunday school will
hold a pli nic-at tho old camp ground,
near Now Point, on Saturday, Septem
ber 17th, 1881. All Interested In Sun
day schools aro invited. Tin following
is tlio program :
Sum; by school, "Coronation." -Prayer
by Mr Meyer.
Address by Uov. Mr. Miller.
Song, "Go Work lu My Vineyard"
Address by Uuv. S. Carothcrs.
Song, "Wishing, Hoping, Knowing,"
Song, "Hallelujah 'tis Done.
Address by UrjantO. Cowan.
Forest City Society.
Mr. John Minton left for school
-Miss Nelllo Canon lias ucen visiting
linr old homo.
Miss Lllllo Andrews of bt. .losopn
is visiting bur sister, Mrs. 11. k. a
Duo. McDonald eamo up on tho train
Thursday afternoon making a suoii
Mr. Ira Hcome of Alton, Iowa,
stopped ovor nn hwur or two, on Ins
way nomo inuu cv.
Miss Ileum inirgcss ami iirs. irn
Ueomonro spending a few thus with
tuo famllv of Mr. Parish of Oregon.
Miss" Maggie DoMiith wont to
m, niiv for n short visit, last week.
One of our popular Oregon gentlemen
looks quito disconsolate
Mr. Wells, ono of tlio popular
nroi rietors of tho "Hod Front" has
l.een very tick. Is now recovering,
thanks to tho healing art of Dr. Mul
Messrs, George Baldwin and Will.
Minton left for Atchison, St. Louis, and
Chleauo. thu 6th. Thev will purchase
a supply of goods at tho lust nanud
III'VS I.OW IIOlVM
The largest lino of Hoots nnd Shoes,
Hats.Caps and Gent's Furnishing goods.
Corsets only 20 cents, worth 60, at A.
Goldsberg's St. Joseph, Mo.
MADE HAPPY !
Everybody within tlio borders
of Holt county can bo happy
If they so dolro. How 1 Why
by Interviewing ns and learn
ing our prices on Pieeo Goods,
Hats and Caps, and Groeories.
HERSHBERGER & AHDERSON.
Dan. Martin is asont for the Studoba
ker wagon and Fish Bros, celebrated,
wagon and will sell them at St. Joseph
Dry Goods, tho uhoupot in tho city,
at A. Goldsberg's, St. Joseph, Mo.
T.awnsdnlo muslin, yard fwido, -tnly
0 emits, nt A. Goldsborg's, St. Joseph.
Calico, latest styles, only '6 con's a
yard, at A. Goldsberg's St. Josph, Mo.
DO YOU WISH
to save money in tho purehuso
of your I-all or v minr im
1,11V. voiir Hoots and hhoosr
It"vou do, wo plainly toll your
to call on us nnd bo convinced.
HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON
Every lady should call and seo
our beautiful lino of Ginghams. 1 noj
aro cheap by Kreek & Watson.
iQy-Now stytes in Hats, and caps 1
Kreek & Watson.
For Latest novelties in Diw
Goods, Ladles' andGent's i n.
dorwoar. Vallse, etc, la nt
HERSHBERCER & AlfflERa