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ORBGOST. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1883.
All thruiicli Holt
County, nnd, in Short, hni
Ucconio nn uoknowledgod I net, Hint tlio
Most reliable house in Oregon to deal with; tlio
Plnco where von enn buy tho MOST Goods fortho LKAST Mon
Ey. Now Is your tlnio to socura bargains. They carry n largo stock of
Dry Goods Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Notions, Etc, Etc.,
In their Hoot nnd Shoo Department thoy offer Special Inducements. Al
So Great llnrgnlns in Clothing und Huts. Good Suits at from $5
To $25. Tlio plnco whero you nro always kindly
Treated, whether mui want to buy or not.
Tlio plnco whom every nr
Tide Is marked
In plum fig
ures And Only One Price Asked, Is At
ANDERSON & CUMMINS',
Townsend, Wyatt & Cos
For Old anil Young. The Largest Stock West of Chicago.
in PLUSn, SILK AND DIAGONAL FAHRICS. Host Made, Host Fitting and
Cheapest Garments is what wo claim for our stock.
Iky Departawt Iw
Southwest Corner Fourth nnd Felix Streets, -j
CLOAKS, PALETOTS, NEWMARKETS, Dttfiq
Now Fall ami Winter Styles Now on Sat
Assortment Largo! Prices Extremely Lov,
Ladies' Jersey Jackek !
A PULL LIKE CONSTANTLY IN ST00K.T,
The J. W. Bailey Mer. C o.,
Corner Fifth nnd
TO LOAN ON-
1, 2, 3, and
ALSO $50,000 TO LOAN AT A LOW
Three Points of Advantaae
J"65"lst. A vary Low Commission
J&2iul. Noilolay. Monoy furnished wlthlu Fl VIS days after f lillaatlon
louon, ii line peneci.
Kir 3rd. Whoro Loan is renowod,
$Hf you nro thinking ot making a
win pay yon 10 come ami see mo, ami oy so lining eorvo your own Jiilj J'st. Cor
respondence solicited. Will, bo at Muxiow's Hotel, Mound City, ovornturday.
Fill of let Fall kk
5 Years' Time
BATE WITHOUT COH
Over Oilier Loaning
no charro for Abstract.
now loan or renewing an orj 0110, it
0"ODSTES3 TOWNSEND Sz
Respectfully asks The Attention of the People of Holt County to their Unequalled
Fall Clothing: !
FOR MEN, FOR BOY'S FOR YOUTH'S, FOR CHILDREN, FOR EVERYBODY !
Assorted with great care and bought under the most favorable circumstances for cash. Our
motto is Fair and Square Dealing. All goods are marked and sold at the Lowest Legitimate
Prices. We propose giving entire satisfaction to all, or the money cheerfully refunded. We
solicit your patronage. Remember the place,
Sam. Stuekry has a spanking new
lenm of ba.
Good neighbor Halgler is feeding
200 head of hogs.
Ira Mclntyro, of I'ppcr Holt has
just completed a heat residence.
S. N. Hucher will commence oper
ations at the Now Po'nt school next
Mr. As!ibrook,lho huge stock feed
er of our county hns just Mulshed put
ting up .100 tons of hay.
Gus. Martin, of Clarmda, Iowa, Is
in the city, called hero by tho sei'ions
illness of his father, Joseph Martin.
If you want to buy an extra good
buggy horse or choico milk cow, go to
the sale of Gardner & Lyiupus, to-morrow,
Cave. J. Hunt, our eflleleut county
clerk, is now pa-pa once again. Cave
says his appointment of another deputy
is indefinitely postponed. Its another
Our worthy citizen, Mr. George I.
Luckh'.irdt, has received au order for
170 barrels of apples, from u linn in
Virginia City, Montana. Mr. Luckhardt
will tiuiko iho sfiipmcnt at oneo.
Vennor says Octobvr will be cold,
wot and stoi my. An early cold snap
will end Novombor and mnik the en'ry
of December, then an open Christmas
tlrno and wet ending of tlio year. No
snow, and mild weather.
A good showing is made by Dr. A.
Goslin of this place, as an increase m
our local population. Ilelween tho 2nd
day of July and the 20lh day of Septcm
ber, ho reports to t'.c county clerk four
teen births, of which ton mo boys and
four aro girls. The Doctor feels proud
of this work in tho Interest of human
ity. Oregon has a .vood engraver. Wo
bavo forgotten In nauio. Samples of
his work can bo seen in tho two la-t
issues of Skntinkl. White Cloud Re
view. His naino is Grant Iloltz, a
young man of genius, and for rough
tools a jaclv knife airi lllo, wo think ho
bents any artist in the wot. Ho Is the
Sp.ntinki.'s special artist.
Few young men i the north west
havoworked hardor ia the Hold of Journ
alism, than our young friend, Fred F.
Schrador, and wo notice with great
plpii'iiro that ho has boon assigned to
tho position of assoctato cditur of tho
St, Joseph Herald. To hold ono of tho
guldors on such n journuls'Is no llttlu
honor. Wo congratulate you, Fred,
anil may your Fnbcr grow sharper and
sharper until your name will bo the
brightest in tho galaxy of writers.
Mr. J. W. Pitzer, living on the
Isaac Lamb farm near town, came
marching into tho otllco last Saturday,
loaded with a mess of tho finest sweet
potatoes wo havo ever seen, a large
Cuba Queen watermelon, and a fine lot
of this years corn, which will hardly bo
beaten by any farmer in tho county.
Thn ears measured some 13 or I I incho
In length and very full; siHi corn will
take the blue at nuy fair. Thanks, Mr.
Pitzor, tho corn wo did not oaf, but tho
potatoes and molon wo devoured with
considerable of an nppe'ilo--and they
wero just delicious,
- --AVillis Johnson, mj old colored
. j .a. . - one i loud, last Sunda' .
He must havo bron over 85 j ears of ago.
Ho was quito a chnractor, in his day,
and was commonly known as "Undo
Wils Ptitor," Ho was a slave of the
atlior of Dr. Polor, (formerly of Oro-
n, Mo.,) at Springflold, Kentucky,
d used to say thai ho barbecued the
ats at tho wedding frast of tlio Doc-
trvs father and mother, Ho came to
to'YMissourl with Dr. Pe'or, nnd peoplo
Ns'ifW to say it was hard to toll wliothor
ho vY Dr. Peter was tho master. Ilo
did t wVninniigingnbout tho premises. and
was )'Vjbnbly the bettor maimgor of tlio
I wo 'C& superintended tho great barbe
cue nt-Vklilto Cliud,the time of I lie first
lot saloAVn tho -llli of Julv,lW)7. Al tho
begin nl of tho war, wlien Dr. Poter
went oil' into the Rebellion, Wils end
grated to White Cloud, whore ho had
Jived ever since, Kansas Chief.
Pert FoMcr hns gono into tho hop
We aro sorry !o hear of tho serious
Illness ot Charlie Luken's baby.
Miss Kato Huiatt and her little sis
ter Stella are down with the ague.
A largo delegation left Oregon last
Monday to attend tho soldiers' leun
Ion nt MaryvlSlo.
Judge Huiatt drove qu'.to a bunch
of lino cattle, through town to his prairie
farm, on Tuesday.
W. R. Hoffmann, F.sq , Is spoken
of as candidate for inauir of this city
at the coming election.
Read tho artielo on our inside pag
es this week entitled, "Coutra-ls,"
from tho spaiklmg per. of "R M. IS."
Advertising was dull all summer.
Hear wilh us dining the few weeks in
which our merchants demand nuuh
W. II. Sterrelt received a lino
Scotch tenior pup from Omaha this
week, for which he paid twenty-fivo
Ilelween sixty find seventy-five tick
ets were sold at the Fore-t city depot
loft Monday to thtf soldiers' re-unlon at
'I ho oily board of Alderinon aro
busily engaged upon tho levision of or
dinances, anil hopo to get tho entire
woik ddiio during the month of Octo
ber. Mr. Jehu Foster, proprietor of tho
City Hotel, ha employed ono of tho
b't cooks in the country to take charge
of his kitchen, Mr. A. J. Stein, of St.
Tho Woman's Union, of Oregon
havo received an invitation to attond
tho 1st Anniversary of the Woman's
Union of Savannah, Missouri. Wo un
derstand socml will go.
W. T. Kddy brought us In a line
sample of wVeai, this week, of wh eh
ho has a largo quantity to sell, and par
ties desiring to purchase wheat for
seeding purposes, should givo him a
Thero will bo four hnlf-blm d Hols-
tein calves, u lot of lino cows, two
bugglos, two wagons, and a lot of fann
ing implements sold nt tho Gardner &
Lyinpus calo next Saturday, 4 mile ca;t
Tho J. W. Ilailoy Mercantile Co.,
Star Clothing Ilonso and Townsend,
Wynlt & Co., St. Joseph, want you to
read what thoy havo to say in tins issue
of tlio Skntikiii,.
Andornon & Cuiniiiins, dealers in
General Merchandise, have just re
ceived tin lr Fall Stuck, nnd aro offer
ing unprecedented bargains in Clothing,
Hoots and Shoes. They carry a foil
lino of Hardware and G i oceries. See
"ad" In this papur,
Hoblitzell ifc Pinkston, tho enterpris
ing lumber dealers of this plnco, eomo
to tlio front this week and toll the peo
plo of Holt how cheap thry can sell
lunibor. Givo I hem n call when you
want good lumbar nt bed-rook prices.
Collector Welty is intirviowing tho
taxpayers of C'av township at Mnitlnud
this week. Ho will call on Iho citizens
of Now Point, Hickory township, next
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oc
tober 1st, 2nd and 3rd; and at Forbes,
Forbes township, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, October Uli, Mil ami Oth.
A moon light sociable and party
was alven to tho youngsters, of Kimsey,
on last Thursday ovonlng, by Mr. and
Mr, Adam Flinn; the crowd had all
gathered by 7 o'clock jthere wore sixty
four invitations sent out and sixty wero
prosont. Tlio first hour's exercise con
sisted of instrumental inusioj tho nmsi.
clans were Frank Kulffer, Charles No
land and Morton Flinn. The next hour
consisted of vocal and Instrumental
muslo, after that there was quite a lot
of taffy distributed among tho boys and
girls ;over which thoy had "dead loa-s"
of tun. Hy 12 o'clock they had all tho
fun thoy wanted and all went homo woll
J. C. Hinklo has seeded lflO acres
-Go to 1). M. Martin's for your
Wngon Shoots nnd How.-.
Our npple shippers nro unusually
busy for this season of tho year.
A. II. Jamison, of Mound City, is
tho happy father of a lino boy baby.
Tho St. Louis Fair begins next
Monday, October 1st. llall'-faro rates
can bo had at M Joe.
John W. Greeno has the contract
for painting the handsome new resi
dence of Matthew Gelvin.
-?2,r00 to loan on first class real
citato for a long time. Interest rea-ou-ablo.
Apply to George Weber, Forest
Key. S. Carolhcrs will preach at
tlio Pierce school house next .Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock, and in Forbes at
7 :t!0 1'. M.
Dr. Wadkins, a physician of St.
Louis, who has been tho guest of Geo.
Romine, died at tho residence of the
latter on tho l.'ilh iusl.
Matthew Gelvin, ono of our exten
sive stock dealers, shipped on the 1Mb
sixty head of hogs that averaged :I8G
pounds, and ono car load that averaged
Christ Waoele, of Nodaway town
ship, opened his court for transaction
of business htr-l Monday. Mr. Waegole
Is a good jut-tlco and tills tho olllce
Wo will begin in cur next issue a
seiinl story, entitled, "Ciiounistnucos,"
from ttio pen of an old contributor,
which promises to bo a valuable nihil
Mon to tho literary teature of tills pa
per. W. A. Gaidnn- will olfcr at aue.iou
his lino thoiough-brcd Ilolt-toiu bull,
Hcc'e, next Saturday, lie is of choice
breeding, running back to the best
families ot milkers in America, ou tUo
of both sho and dam. Ho Mill bo sold
ou Mr. Gardner's farm at tho sale of
Gardner & Lyiiipus.
Mr. Georgo W. Monro, who is so
badly afflicted with cancer and now un
der treatment at Council llluff.s Is at
homo, pieparatory U moving his fam
ily to that city. Ho ha tdrc.idy rented
his farm. Holt county will loo a No.
1. farmer when Mr. Mooio takes his de
parture. On tho 18th Inst, as Mrs. P. P.
Welly accompanied by her grand-mother,
Mrs. Deriilt, anil her little son, Per
ry, were driving to Mound City, in
crossing a bridgy the hor-o became
frightened and couinionced backing,
there being no railing to the bridge,
iho Iiugsy and occupants weio thrown
from tho bridge, lulling a distance ot
some fifieea or twenty feel, and the
hon-o on top of them, but luckily all w
eapod without any broken b nes, Mrs.
Welty and Mis. Derrilt were consider
In the absoneo of Prof. 1 1 1 11 at
Maryvlllo tills week, we havo noticed
an innumerable number of public
s-ehool boys scattering theinsidves pro
inistiiously over tho town during school
hours without "leave or lieonso."
This Is mi evil that should be rcme
died by some means. Parents, that our
school shall bo a .access, must assist
the teaeheis in the government and
nianngonicnt of tho same. Wo hear
from many of our citizens, who aro
friends of the school, the complaint that
many parents do not suppoit the pub
lio school teachers, nor train their chil
dien to rrspeet and honor them. Wo
must this year sot ourselves about aid
ing the faculty of tlio ptiblio school to
redeem tho tanio from tho charge, hav
ing Bomo publicity, that many of the
public school pupils tiro Insolent, im
pudent and profauo. This paper Is In
sympathy with tho school and
will lend every possible aid to its nip
port and succops, Lot every parent or
person Interested who reads this item
ponder over tho condition ol'aH'alis and
act upon tho wisdom gained by Mich
4th and Felix Sts.,
For additional local Sfo supplement.
A few second hand wagons and
buggies nt D. M. .Mai tin's nt bargains.
Grand pa Martin lias been in very
feeble health for several das, but at
this writing is thought to be impioviug
Miss Carrie Hill had charge of
some of the Normal eltises, dining tho
absence of her lather, Professor Hill, at
tho soldier's reunion In Mnnvillo.
SuVtseribo for the Scntinki. now
and get the first chapter of the soilal
storj untitled, "Ciretiintuuees." by an
old contributor. It will commence in
Volume XIX, Number 10, October 7th.
-"Hronks," tho celebrated race
horse, owned by N. J. Kyger, of this
citv, and who tooK first money in tho
half mile dash anil repeat at the Matt
laml fair, is now in Dallas, Texas, en
tered for the races at that place.
I lalf-blood llolstein calves sell in
neighborhoods, where known, at from
925 to $12.r each. All of tho cows that
will bo sold at the sale ot Gardner &
Ly tupus next Saturday, have been bred
to the famous Holstc'ut iualo"llcctu."
A good delegation of young peo
pli;wcro in attendance upon the "Har
vest Homo" at Mound City on tlio 20lh
iust , and some of the young nu n ot
Mound City seemed paiticulariy well
pleased In the presence of the yourg
C. X. VanPelt ha purchased tho
interest of C. U. lllako In the Cndg
Meteor, and is now solo proprietor.
Van. gets up a live, newsy paper and
deserves a liberal patronage from tho
citizens of Craig and vicinity. Wo
wish him success, mid feel confident
that ho will meiit it.
Attend the entertainment to bo giv
en by the "Women' Union" of this city
at tho Chri.stmii Church, next Saturday
evening, September S'Jth. Admission,
only ten cents. Go and give thoin a
dime, and thus hel, a worthy object,
for the proceeds aio to be given to a
family who aro in destitute circumstan
ces. See program.
L. W. Smith is putting up a fine
brick business house.
lion K. J. Kellogg is attending
eli cult court in Rock Port, this week.
Will Maupin hasjust iciurned from
an extensive tour thiough "Sucker
Win. Thomas l as purchased tho
Ilodgin property, now occupied by Kid.
Miss Nettie Fnsnilngor, of Gales
burg, Illinois, is visiting MissKittiu
Mau pi n.
Hon. Davo Littler, a prominent
politician of Illinois, was in our city,
Parlies from St. Joseph havu open
ed up an auction store in the old haul
The Ilolmau Troupe will be in our
city in a few weeks They will be
sure to play to crowded houses.
Thu leveo is just approaching coin
pletioii and will undoubtedly prove a
suro protection against another fiood.
The railioad company are putting
in new stock yatds. When completed
they will bo thu most extensive in tho
noi th west.
Dr. J. II. Joliiitoii Is building a
llnu store loom which is to be occupied
by L. A. Slilply who will put in ; lino
stuck of groceries.
Quito a number of eases caiue off
befoio Squire Claiborne, last week. Pros.
Atty. O' Full-ill and H. Van llitfklik, of
Orwg.in were present.
Thero is not an empty dwelling
horse In Craig Why don't some one
build a tew neat little houses and make
10 or 12 per cent, on tho iuyostniont?
Mrs, Howard, mother of G. II.
Hurkhallerand her sun F.d. Hurkhaltor,
have taken up their abode in our city,
Georgo has purchased tlio rosideu iu
now occupied by U G. Davis,
Our school Is progressing finely,
about loO scholars attending. New
St. Joseph, Mo.
black boards havo been ptt In and
eveiythlng is ready for the most hiic
oossful term of school we havo ever
F. W. Waltor went to Rock Port,
Jhn Vangundy und wife took in
the lalrnt Hamburg, last week.
llrueo Karl moved his sawmill to
town last Friday. He started with It ou
by a cold ram lasting all d iy. 0.U3
Charles Roderick was fireman on
engine No. 1 1 at the tune ot the collis
ion hero last week.
(.huts Peters made a Hying trip to
Craig Wcdmmlay night. No one knows
what he was after.
Rev. Hack and lainily now occupy
tl.o Lutheran uarsouago here. Their
goods arrived Thursday last.
Henry Miller who has been drink
ing llxeelsior Spring water foi several
weeks, is improving in health.
Frank Color, who is aotinj, as
brakemau ou the Hopkins baiich, eomo
down Saturday to sco his parents and
tho boys, of course.
Lou Waller and Clans Peter wont
to the Hamburg fair, Wcdne-day last.
The buys did not get to see any rattle
snakes and were disappointed.
Tho conductor and 2nd bra', oman.
of tho Tnrkio train that was wieeked
hero last week were discharged, and
the first iirakcoian was made conductor.
Two new brnkemun aro now on tho
A citizen of a town not far from
here, is repot ted to havo "licked" his
wile, whether ho did or not, would not
it have bciMi better tor him to have lick
ed a molasses barrel? The iccollection
of it would havo been sweeter in the
Some of thu citizens of Coming
and vicinity, have decided to levy tko
west bank of Rig Tnrkio, for a distance
of several miles. The plan proposed,
if followed out will render safe trom
ovorfiow, several thousand notes of
Within 2i years, Iio'.t cnitutv lias
lost 2.00U acres of land in this vicinity,
by thu encroachments of the Missouri
river. Now if tho liver continue in its
present channel for the next 2." years,
tho most of this may bu again placed iu
Henry Andersou lenrned tho nrt of
dumpi'iL' a load of wheat at thu elevator
last Friday. Ho sticks his heels up in
the air and rules down straddle on tho
sideboards. He got ouu load of filly
bushels in that way, and didn't swear
any worth mentioning cither.
S. fi. Alkiro is very ill.
Tho quest ion is. Who done that)
James S;nclairc,of W. T.,ls having
Minion Hro's will have u publicsnlo,
Soveral of our men wero attending
court last wo-k.
--J. A. W. Vatic.unp is running both
of Ids av mills.
-Joe. H iytl, of Nebraska, is In the
bottom huyiu-; valtle.
John Mlnton, of Forest, has g'mo
Into the hay business,
A I we havo to do to leveo the liver
is to go 1 1 work and do it.
Whv do some people woik out their
initdue.ss with low down tricks?
Mr. Willhun, ol Dry Slough, is
esgaged iu the rgliuui business.
Thu sale at W. J Luusford's on
hist Friday went off well. Stock sold
Cold wo.ithor Is stirring the farm
ois up, and they aro laying iu their win
U is estimated that the rjver has cut
back ono mile nearer J. W. Higgler's
It has boon estimate d that 100
bushels of plums havo been gathered
near Vuitennip's mill.
Dr. J. L. Mintoo sold to T. UUtch
ley 1G0 acres ot heavy timber, laud.
Consideration not kuoyu.