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(FARM SClttC IN HOLT QOUMTY. MOO
A special reduction will be made on all lines of Summer goods for the next SIXTY DAYS, to speedily reduce stock, preparatary to
ibuilding an addition to our present store room, for our large stock of fall goods now being manufactured.
, 3DO USTOT FAIL TO TAKE AXD"V AlsTT AG-IE OP THE BARG-AIN'S
we are now offering. Write for price-list and, samples.
Blackberries aro rlpo.
Jonas Watson, Jr., i3 datigorously
Ed. L. Harl, of Maitland, was In
our city, last neck.
Mra. G. W. Crow and son aro visi
ting in Kansas City.
Miss Coopor will tench the Union
school this fall and winter.
Deo Hcdgpotb, of Maitland, nado
us a pleasant call last week.
Wo would llko to know Ebcnczor
Wickham's postofllcu address.
Miss Ida Pinkstou is homo from n
two weeks1 visit in Nebraska City.
"Arrest a big fat man with a
team.1' Ask Edgar Allen nbout it.
Samuel Uxlntt returned last Satur
day from a trip through Minnesota.
Miss Dora Curry spent a tew days
with friends in St. Joseph, last week.
J. L. Chupin, of Liberty township,
was in our city on business last Satur
day. Master Whit. Maupin, of Craig,
visited his play-mates in Oregon, last
Jacob Quick will soon start on nn
overland trip to the mountains for his
It will be well not to Wo overload
ed with thrco cent stamps between now
' and October first.
Charley ltuloy has been awarded
Abo contract for repairing the jail. Ho
will do a good job.
Miss Anna Colvin returned this
wcok trom a pleasant visit in Nebras
ka City, Nebraska.
E. A. Vlnsouhalor, tho gonial pru
bato jtidgo of NodaUy county, looked
in upon us Monday.
William Leo Zook has accepted a
position in the mercantile houso of A
i Davenport, Craig.
Israel Dawson, of Clay township
was in our city Saturday, and was on
tortnined by Captain Eddy.
Andrew and Thomas Ouinn, ot
Ronton township, were in Oregon Sat
urday. They wore buying hogs.
Miss Maud Phillips, of Mound City,
spent several days in our cit7 tho past
week, tho guest of Minn Nottio NIes
Goorgo Allen, who is tanning in,
Libert)' township, this summer, was
down this week visiting his father and
James Cottier and wifo, of Falls
City, Nebraska, liavo been visiting his
brothor, Thomas Cottior, near this city,
tho past week.
Tho loss to tho citizens of Burling-
ton Junction, by tho recent tornado, nc
cording to tho Post of that city, is cstl
mated nt $85,550.
Postmaster Allen was called to
Mound City last weok to tho bod sldo
of his sick brother Charles, who is ly
ing dangerously ill. '
William Hill, tho efflciont consta
bio of Fairfax, Atchison county, was
circulating among his many friends iu
rogon, ias$ wook.
T. L. Prico will fell at public nuc
ciJIi Spfurday al'lornoon, August dth
ril"hta v. Rummer Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Kilizesxrnrman Schulto. nn old rosl.
nke a cdace. who moved to Hum
rt. 7m7. last spring, Is In tho
I aitol v( '..., ar.d friends
k i r.i
took a "sit" on a
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MUijjpirVir his new
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Jim Wilson, Forbes, was iu town
Levi Zook took in tho metropolis
Auction at T. L. Price's, Saturday,
Hazard Thomas shook us by tho
hand last Saturday.
Mies Truco Spocrlo returned from
St. Joseph, last Wednesday.
Johu F. Davis, Mound City, was
down last Tuesday on business.
Adolph Waro went to Seneca, Kan
sas, Monday with a load of apples.
II. Shires, a prominent merchant,
oi Rock Port, was in our city Wcues-
-M. M. Smith, morchant, Mound
City, was in town on business, last
1). E. Evorhart, Maitland, Missou
ri, advertises his hotel property for sale
In this issuo.
Mr. Ed. Scott, ono of tho livo mer
chants of Forbes, gave us a pleasant
call last wcok.
D. Foster & Bro's. will inn n hack
lino to Kunkcl's Lako next Saturday
evening, July "8th.
William Maupin, of tho Craig Me
toor, spent a few hours with tho boys
in our village, last Saturday.
On Saturday evening, August 4th,
our band will givo an open air concei t.
Wo Iiopo tho "boys" will bo liberally
Sco tho tho card of our enterprising
real estate, insurnnco nud collecting
agents, Mooro & Hoffmann, clsowhero
In this paper.
T. L. Prico will sell at auction, Sat
urday, August 4th, his stock of Summer
Clothing; also Shoes, Hats, Etc, Now
is your chance to get bargains.
Mrs. Gcorgo Graham, of Kansas
City, who has been visiting relatives in
our city lor several wocks, reiurnou
home this week with her little chlldrcu.
-Mossrs Spore, Blair, Blackmail and
Powers, of St. J osoph, rusticated in
our city last Sunday. Como again boys,
wo'll do our best to raako your slay
Wo publish this wcok on our m-
sido pages an interesting article on
"Woman in Polities," taken from tho
North Amercan Review. It will be
concluded noxt week.
W. It. Springor and family arrived
at Portland, Oregon, salo and all en
joying good health, on tho 13th inst.
Tboy will make that city their homo,
until Wills can find a location that suits
Tho Albright Brothers, two enter
prising stock dealers of Holt and Nod
away counties, gavo us a pleasant call
last wcok. Tboy woro on their way to
Thayer county, Nebraska, whero they
have largo stock Interests.
S. W. Morrison ami-family return
ed last Friday, after fn absonco of sev
eral months visltln.it) rolatlvos and
friends in the East. Everybody was
glad to welcome him back. Sam has
won a warm placo in the affections of
tbo people ot Holt.
Wc, tho undeisJxnod, havo this
day formed and cntorW into a partner'
ship for the uracil 16 of tucdlciHO and
surgery. Will oroi'liy tho olllco fornv
orly occupied by iJlvGoslm.
u. Goslin, M. D.
July 23, '83. 'zF. Butleu, M. D.
"Bolivar," tlnlargo olophaut that
was -hero with Coopir, Jackson & Co's
Show, fell thrqligh a brldgo last Mon-
Idav on tho rontfiuetwcen Savannah and
nolokow. Tl' elephant was not In-
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Davo Anderson is convalescing
from an attack of aguo.
George P. Luekhardt was at Craig
Monday, visiting friends.
Miss Ettlo Strcckblno, of St. Joe.
is visiting friends in tho city.
Missouri raises more hogs than any
other stato lu tho United Slates.
A box eight by eight inches and
oi"ht inches deep, Is equal to a peck
Tho first cows wore brought to ihis
country by Columbus, on his second
voyage, in 1193.
W. H. Hoffmann, aceonipalnr.d by
Miss I'hllopena Spocrlo, spent Sunday
In Maitland and Graham.
Mrs. C. A. Doughty, who has beon
visiting tho family nf Neal Hoblitzoll,
has returned to her homo in Craig.
Erom evidenco that is reliablo, it
has been decided that W. H. Framo is
not a success as a tamer of wild animals.
Cliarloy Mason, tho oflleiont deputy
sheriff of Nodaway County, was in our
city Tuesday. He was hunting game
and found it.
Wo aro sorry to learn that tho lit-
tlo daughtor of H. B. Lawroneo, living
live miles north ot Craig, is serious ill
with scarlet fever.
At Kansas City last Sunday, tho
saloons, cigar Etatids, etc., were nil
closed, and at the drug loro nothing
but medicine was sold.
Go to tho auction at T. L. Price's,
Saturday aftcrnon, August 4th, if you
want bargains. Ho will dlsposo of his
Summer Clothing, Shoos, Hats, Etc.
Tho Quintelto Band will furnish
muslu at Kunkcl's Lako and pleasure
resort noxt Saturday ovcuing,July 28th
at 7 o'clock. All aro invited to attend
and spend a pleasant evening rowing,
Tho Holt County Normal Institute
began its, session, on Monday la.it, in
tho public school building,Maund Uity,
with bright prospects. A largo attend
nnco is reported, and much interest is
In England a man who punchos a
holo through iv coin nnd trios to circu
lates it aflonvard gots himself taken
enro of for about soveu yours. Wo en
courage such swindling over hero by
talking the coins iu exchange.
To computo interost, multiply any
given number of dollars by tho number
of days of interest required, separate
the right ltaud Qguro and divido by six,
Tho result is tho true intorcst for such a
number of days at six per cent.
J. W . Donovan, has been qulto
busy tho past fow days, getting ready
for tho tbroshing season. He has the
celebrated Masslllon maehlne,and par
ties needing his sorvloi-s would do well
to notify him at once iu order that he
can arrango his dates.
Itcv. Samuel Carothors, from Ore
gon, Holt county, passod through tho
city last Monday on his way to north
east Missouri, tospond n short vacation
among lilouds and relatives. IIo is aii
intimate frletid of lawyer Blggers, of
tht city. St. Sosoph Gazotto.
The white ncektie has boon nbau-
donded ior evening dross In Enstlirn
cities.f rom necessity, m fuct.as houso tor-
vants arc drcssod so much liko tbo guests
as to causo embarrassment and con
fusion. At a reoont parly m Now York
a handsomo waiter was discovered lllrt-
lug with a lady who supposed liim to be
somo guest to whom sho had beou in
troduced, nnd at unothor party ono of
tlie gentleman gnosis waiicou up to an
other who was standing in tho dressing
room and asked "Aro you a wnitorP'
"No sir! aro you P" was tho indignant
Tho Ottumwa inathmoticians nre
all broke up over a cortam transaction
that took place in that county recently.
A certain man told his farm for $4,800.
Shortly afterward ho bought it back
for 84,000 j thou bo sold it to another
party for 1,000. Tho quostion now
comes up howtmuoh did lie make in tho
transaction? Somo olalm ho made $1,
40Q; others oqually as ooiifldont say
that any fool knows ho madn$800,whilu
tho third Set are oqually certain that he
made $CQ0. Of course It ts plain that
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MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1883.
A TTOT VUTT W &
Miss Flora Crouser returned to St.
Joseph, last week.
Wo would like to know when tho
sulpo and partridge will mate.
Miss Edna Lukeus will teach tho
Blulf City school this fall nud winter.
Mr. Mat. M. Thoina, ono of tho
sterling young farmers, of Hickory
township, gavo us a pleasant call, this
Miss Emma Dibble, who has been
rusticating lu tho country for several
weeks, has returned much improved in
Tlicro will bo a Union Sunday
School celebration held at tho .Mineral
Springs, Mound City, Wednesday, Au
Wo aro sony to learn that Mrs.
Jonathan Gulp is In poor health. Wu
hope she will noon bo enjoying good
Tho filth nununl fair of tho St.
Joseph Intcr-Stato Exposition bogin;3
Monday, September 3rd, nnd continues
six days. It pronilstw to bo of unusual
Interobl this year.
At tho last meeting of the State
Board of Health Dr. E. H. Gregory,
of St. Louis, Mo., was elected Presi
dent, and Dr J.,0. Hearne, of Hanni
bal, Mo., Secretary.
Neyer growl because a newspaper
falls to givo evory scrap ot nows, so
long ns you tako no pains to givo the
editor information. Tho average editor
isn't a medium or a mind reader, but
gels his nows just the samo as soma
milkmen get thoir milk by pump
ing. James Martin was in bad luck on
Tuesday last. lie with others had beon
flacking grain. On his completing
tho stack, in getting down he slid off,
and coming in contact with a fork ban.
die which had boon set at tho sido of the
stack, inflicted a painful though not
dangerous wound completely severing
William Banks, bettor known as
"Undo Billy," mot with qulto a sevoro
aooident Tuesday last, which may prove
fatal. IIo had como to Oregon on horse
back, and on his return home, his horso
stumbled and fell, throwing Unclw
Billy to tho ground, the horso falling
upon him, and bruising him quite badly
both internally and externally. On ac
count of his extreme age, wo fear tho
chances are against bim.
--When a man is hired for tbo year,
ho is entitled to every legal holiday ex
cepting that ho must do tho necessary
work o( seeding and caring for the
stock, as on Sundays ; but ho need not
do any iiold work ; nor can any deduc
tion bo mado for thoso days. When a
man is hired by the month it Is the
same, it uc is hlrcu by the day ho Is
paid only for tho tlmo ho works. As
regards a man hired by the year, ho is
cxpocted to work over-tlnio when it is
necessary, nnd as an off.set, loses no
time in bad weather and holidays.
Tho Curzon farm, thrco miles south
of Oiegon, comprising somo COO ncros,
has been sold to W. S. Giirord, of St.
Josoph, who will fit it up as a stock
farm. IIo will also doal in all produce
that fanners raiso. Ho comes well roe
commended ns and honest an upright
business man, Wo aro glad to wel
como all such, and hope that ho will bo
propcrous in his now homo. Wo havo
not learned tho intentions of Mr. C. O.
Cuizon, but hopo hois not going to
leave ns, as ho is young mau of great
moral worth full ofenotgy nnd vlai.
Wo hope he will romaln a citizen of
An exohnngo romarks that if sub
scribors to nowspapers genorally knew
how important It is to publishers to
have each individual subscription paid
at tho proper time, thoy would sot down
iu their memorandum 'jo ok tho dato
wlion a fresh now your begins nnd would
bo ns prompt as in tho payment of a
note in tho bank, in meeting it. It is
truo that so small a sum as a fuw dol
lars is not much In tho eyes of ninety-
nine in a hundrod subscribers, bat the
aggregate, of several hundred amount
to cousiuorablu, and any. ono, ean esti
mate and judgu what it nnty bo to any
publisher engagiid lu active business.
W. E. Everhart, of Maitland. Was
lu out' village, last Monday.
Prof. 0. 0. Hill left last. Tuc.-day
for Kansas to look alter his fanning in
terests In that statu.
Jacob Wtindlingnm! L. McUoborts,
of Maitland, were rrgtsturcd at tho City
Hotel, Inst Wednesday.
J. Campbell, the accommoda
ting H. K. agent at Napier, was in Ore
gon a fow hours, hist Tuesday even
ing. In our advertising eohinis, this
wcok, will bo found a nolleo to con
tractors for tho I'lovtloii of a publlo
school building at Maitland.
Robert Lyons, our clllcicnt recor
der, returned from his trip to Ohio last
Tuesday. IIo Is looking halo and hearty,
and reports as having a splendid tlmo.
Tho Holt County Horticultural
Society will mot at Court House Park,
Augast 3rd, at 1 v. M. The meeting U
oxpeotod to bo one of rare interest.
Tho Society offers three pieinlunisjono
of .?2,00 for best display of fruits and
vegetables; 1,00 for best cake; 1,00
for best throu varieties of apples. By
N. F. Murray, Sil.OO for best quart of
Wild Goose phiniajby Dr. Go.',lm,81,00
for best arranged boquot. None but
members of the society allowed to
compete for any of the premiums. All
desiring to join will be present at that
Tho primary slcpi arc being takon
preparatory to ditching and leveeing the
Big Tarkio, at and above tho town of
Craig. For two years in succession,
this creek his overflowed tho town and
a largo portion of tho bottom, both
above and below the oily. For moro
than n year some of the enterprising
citizens havo beon advocating tlio cut
ting of a ditch, commencing about half
way between Corning and Craig on tho
Tarkio, and running a little west of
south and striking tho Missouri river
through the road slough, but doubts be
ing entertained about obtaining sutllci-
entfall caused the enterprise to languish
Discussion and persistence thu pioneers
and eloments of suuces3 seems likely to
succeed. Last week, M r. Mel. ear an
eminent engineer of Walhena, Kansas,
was secured to run and level the lino of
tho proposed ditch. Thu result is high
ly encouraging. A fall of n fraction
oyer a foot to tho mile can be secured,
which Is more than ample to carry oil'
the largo volume of water and keep tho
Tarkio within its proper limits. Tho
ditch to inuro success in provouting
any futuio overflow on tho proposed
Hue, a distance of six miles can bo
opened at a cost ot nbout seven thous
and dollars. Tho damage to tho farms
and crops overflowed by this stream
this season, is alone more than treble
tho amount, required to make thW valu
able Improvement. Now tho qncstlwn
is, is there wisdom nud entorpriso
enough in tho eitizsus of Craig and
vicinity to malto thu ditch and icdeoin
theso lands to tho owners and tho coun
ty. Wo will sec. In our opinion it is
no longer a question of practicability,
but of wisdom nud will.
FLEECED AT DENVEH.
St. Josqili IleraUI.
Charles Nolaud, a young man, last
Friday, 20th Inst., boarded tho Union
Pacific train witli a ticket for Holt
county, Missouri, says tho Donvor Tri
bune. Just before tho train started lie
formed tho acquaintanceship of a very
nloo yonug man who asked him mini;
borless questions regarding his finan
cial standing, and thou introduced him
to a Mr. Morris, who, lortumtUdy, was
likewise going back to Missouri. While
seated in a car as tho train win pulling
out of thu depot tho first stranger canto
up to Mr. Morris and told him ho roulu
not tako all tho baggngo unless ho paid
$16. Mr. Morris happening to bo des
titute of cliango, kindly nskod Mr. No
laud to loan him 15, with which lo
pay for his baggago. Noland was cred
ulous, and handed over tho monoy.
Tho train had only got about 200
yards from tho depot whon Morris left
hh soat, walked out to tho platform,
but.Noland luul become suspicions and
followed him. Just as ho was about to
jump Noland giabbed him and endeav
ored lo restrain hlni irom jumping
Then Noland thought of a pair of boots
ho had left in tho car and ho released
his hold and went after them. In the
meanwhile Morris had jumped nud the
train was fully a mile from town- No
land sought thu conductor nnd was ad
vised to return to town as ho iiad evi
dently been taken in. This advice ho
followed and ho lcported tho occur
route to ollicer Sam Long at the Union
Tho ofllcer started out and in a few
minutes ho had captured thu man, who
proved to bo Bill Shaw, a celebrated
confidence man about town. Noland
identified him, and ho was taken to thu
city Jail, whero ho spent tiio night. Tho
Missounan is out his $15, ns not a cent
wan found on Shaw's person.
FI50M ST. JOSEPH.
Another Nowsy Lotter from "Obaorvrr."
IIow tho Downing Law lu Observed on
SunUy-Tho Comlnc Exposition
Tho second and third Sunday under
tho Downing Law has passed since I
wroto last, and have added two moro
tests of thcsaine. Its results will per
haps Interest your readers, and to "Ob
server" will try anil keep them posted
during its life or death struggle.
The second Sunday was directly the
opposito of tho iirst. Then thero
were three saloons open in viola
tion of tho law, end the second
Sunday found them nil open with tho
exception of tlireo.and two ot theso were
owned by ono man. No arrests lollow
cd, and tho different officials aro quar
reling with ono another as to whose du.
tv it is lo tako tho initiative. Tho
sheriff and marshal claim they must
first receive orders beforo thoy will
act, and so tbo law has received its first
check by 111411 who have taken a sol
emn oatii to see tho laws enforced. This
hesitation on the part of these men gave
tho saloon men rouiage, nnd the viola
tion of tho law became wholesale.
They (the officials) aro clearly in fa
vor of violating tho law, ami it might
bo "expected woro they to receivo or
ders, whether they would accept and
oboy them or not. This plea of desir
ing orders Is nothing moro nor less
than a cowardly subterfuge, and a do
sire to placo thu responsibility upon
other shoulders. Veiily, law breaking
saloon keepers and whisKcy aro a pow
er in the laud.
The third Sunday found n somewhat
better state of affairs than tho second,
qulto n number of saloons being closed
entirely, and tho great majority having
their back doors open ; this, though
only slight, was -an improvement. It
shows also that tho saloon keepers are
not qulto so brazenly bravo and care
less as to openly fool with tho "buzz
saw." It also shows that witli a littlo
effort at enforcement tho law will cre
Our county court, contrary to gonoral
expectations, did a uoblo tiling lor tho
morality-loving people lu placing a
$1,000 license upon tho whiskey traffic,
$700 of which goes to the county and
SHOO to tho stato; tills addod to the $50
license for wmo and boor makes $1,050
tlmy will have to pay to tho county, ox
clusivo of tho city, which may niako
the license $300 to $500. Ncaily all li
censes run out in six months, tho ma
jority iu loss time. If tho law Is en
forced It will bring the saloons lu this
city down to ubout twenty. There aro
some parties uncharitable enough to be
Hove the county court placed so high a
figtiro upon the traffic, simply to en
courage its violation. This wo will
havo time to judge, and thoy can rest
assured If not carried out in spirit and
letter, a day of reckoning will coine.
"When it comes down to choosing be
tween saloons nnd home," tho pcoplo
will say "homo," as Congressman Car
son, of Iowa, so aptly remarked a short
Tho St. Joseph J'Ht, (J. A, It., left
for Denver on Sunday 11101 nlng, July
22nd, und met the Qoiiimuiider.iu.
Chlol, at Uruud it-land, from whom
they accompanied him nshisoeort.
This high compliment to Custer Post
was duty appreciated by tho citizens ot
St. Josoph, und they tire equipped iu
elegant style. They nil expect to
see wonders nud enjoy themselves In
Tho St. Joseph Exposition is now the
toplo most talked of next to tho Down
ing law, and the September meeting
promises to surpass all former efforts ;
the picinlums aro liberal and tho occa
sion will bo mado doubly valuable to
farmers and stockmen on account of in
creased premiums consequently in
creased competition In tho stock de
partment. Business Is picking up somowhnt,
and expectations aro that it will bo in
full blast lu six or eight weeks.
Get your harness repaired at D. M
Tine County- Patois,
nud ilio happy.
go to H. Thomas &
Co., Craig, Mo.
Go to E P. Hostelter's for a nico
dish of ice cream.
Best Prints 7 l-2o at Minton & Bur
gess', Forest City.
Best Gingham 10c nt Minton &
Burgess', Forest City.
Good DroiS Good 80 nt Minion St
Burgess', Forest City.
Men's Suits onlv $1.00 at Minton &
Burgess'. Forest City.
Call on Anderson & Bova for Lsn
Dusters mid Fly Nets.
Heavy Shirting 10c nt Minton &
'iurgess', Forest City.
Ladles' Trimmed Hats from VHP. In
$1.00 at Minton & Burgess', Forest City
Vj. V. Hostettcr inakus thn best
lee cream and lemonade. Give I !n
MOORE & HOFFMANN,
Kcal Estate, Iusnrancc & Collecting AE'ts.,
Agents for Qnccn Insurnnco Company
01 Liverpool nun ruoenix insur
ance Company, of Hartford,
Conn. Insurance against
loss by Firo and Light
II 11 ni canes.
Will Loan sit LOW
EST HATES, mid in
Sums to Suit on
is. f f you
n t i 11 u
Tho Vnlloy Hotel and fixtures at Malt
laud, Missouri, will bo so'd at a great
bargain. Address D. E. Everhart,
Maitland, Missouri, for particulars.
TO the Ladies. "
Desiring to mako room for a Largo
Stock of Summer nnd Fall Millinery
goods, I am now offering somo rare
in Spring styles of Bonnets and lints,
and with re-trimming thoy cauuot bo
told from tho latest styles. My Su 11 hit
nud Fall goods aro arriving dally, and
the ladles aro cordially invited to call
.and seo them. You will bo astonished
nt tho low prices at which I am selling
goods. MAUY E. STEKRETT.
Proposals will bo received by llietahoul illric
tors 11I thu liKlupend'Hit Milumliltalrlct ot Mult
laud, Holt cuiuity, Mo., until 7 'clock 1:
Aiunist Till, ISS3, icr thu cuiiktructloii nf n action!
lumse, Iih'IikUiib (iirnWilnp materlitl, In lio
Imllt oil lilnck 3, ot MhIIIiiiiiI, Mn. runt, 1 ppl
lU'iitliiiiH rim Iih serii. una all liitmnuutmi In
rufurenca lluuito, 1111U lo the lurnii anil mini.
IRTi'f imvuiont 1 hereunder, hint tutlw niHi.rlly
u qulreil, vjm lio olilului'tt Uy iiMilyliiu to K. K.
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