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OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1883.
is now prevailing all over the country on aooount
of the extraordinary inducement and Low
Prioes now heing offered at the
St, Joe Oo-Operative Store.
To thoso that have heon buying their Goods in
St. Joe and other markets, we would cay that we
will duplicate and even dlaoount their prices.
Boforo buying your Fall and Winter supplies in
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Canton and Woolen
Flannels, Tarns, Etc Give
us a trial and be convinced that
we can and will prove to to you the
above assertions. Write for prices and samples.
St Joseph Co-operative Store,
GEORGE RAPP, Manager, Maitland, Mo.
IN . THE
FOR THE FALL AND
With a Store Full of GMs
We are Selling Dress Goods Cheap
-We aro Selling Oaliooes Oheap
;Weare Selling Muslins Cheap.
We are Selling Ginghams Uheap.
Wo are Selling Flannels Cheap.
We are Selling Cotton Flannels Oheafc"
we aro atming uttuieu uoruuu uuuu.pi Htl
In tact wo are soiling oil kinds of goods cheaper than thoy have been onj
IV.i l.v liiar nnnniul llin InrorAvt. nm Itunilt lino of Ladlun'int
Ever Exhibited in
Northwest. Corner Fourth and relix Streets,
Tfao old Kraser farm lias Uau; pur
chasikl by Van Tylor.
t E. W. JJrowping U enUrtalnlng his
daughter Mrs. Ouvall.
-Mueb fe'cr and ague prevail In tba
family of G B Louden.
Oiir Bfjiday ehool, to our regrot,
ba claseditoc tpter.
Mr ttota and wlfo, of Kansas, hava
been viitlng the family of J L Hopkins
Friend Browning and bU jvifo Wavo
returned from thair visit to Nebraska,
George Puroal, w nsiarstand, will
ruovo to Mun4 City in too pnng,
where be baa pHrcfeesed propurty.
A aeries of wwUwc wU ha com
macloatka Thursday boforo the first
Sunday in November, by.Eldor Rhodes
On Moadsy last. the"liUle nlno year
old aon 'of W II E4g, aaverely ut hi a
foot while trying to cut a limb from
Subseribo Wr The SuNitSBt..
WINTER OF 18Q,
NorthweBt Missouri. A
Tho Normal Literary will want Aho
Bormal acfaool buildlug thU DT'y
evening. TUo following is th'n
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t?bhv Carrlo AnderfVa
UecHAtloa.,. unnm siiuw
an,a..t Kil. iKva'
Kssav..... CarrH Ir
A1U11U M.'B n
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'HtiiW P nil
SclocUou ..; Uaviu An
Doclainatton Jennie i
Kssay... KUna tiers
Death of Kanoleon L
KECB8I , PM
Debate AfHrmatlvo: O C K, M
Polk. Haunllton Boyd. NeRatlveUSam
O'FsIlon, Ww Hoffmann, I) S AWlro.
OjicsUioni Iteaolvad that notoq men
owe their success moro to olrcumstan-
oiu thnn trt fonlllS.
All uvo cordially Invited to bo present
-O. C. Hill preached nt Savannah
Tho Jcnnto Hulmnn combination
nra at Craig this week.
Phil. Zllli s, our popular Jowelcr, Is
receiving an elegant stock of good.
-Henry Meyer and wlfo of Morrill
Kausas, nro visiting relatives in this city
Levi Oren, of New I'olnl, has ship
ped 200 barrels of applus to Nebraska
Itev. 1. K. Whltmer has rented his
Liberty township farm to Mr. Clint
Mts. Bo van, we understand, con
template! taking rt trip to Texan, for
Tho young ladies give a calico ball
at bterrett's Oprra Honsc, next Tues
b. P. HosUtlcr Is now roceiving
miu oysters, and it is just the place to
be served nlcvly.
Emma Dash, Cincinnati, Ohio, and
Miss Hannah Krenicr, of Scdalla, Mo.,
are visiting V. W. Hoffiuaun.
The teachers of our county will
hold their next Institute at Forest City,
tho first Saturday m November.
Messrs. Crauslliie, Spray, Mann,
and Mclntyre, of Liberty township, tiro
in Kansas and Nebraska, buying eattlo.
Mrs. Adam Fllnn, accompanied by
her sons Charles and Chapman are visit
Ing relatives in Marshall county, Kan
sas, $2,600 to loan oh first class real c.
tato for a lone tlniw. Intvre.it reason
able. Apply to Georgo Weber, Forest
Mr. K. ltollins, of Almo, Colorado,
is nicely quartered uttho Howell House,
in this city. He is here for medical
Wo hope no farmer will neglect so
important a duty as gathering good!
corn for sead, after the dear experiunco
of last spring.
Wo nru glad to learn that our
young friend S. N. Bncher, is giving
excellent satisfaction as teacher of tho
New Point school.
Columbus nndgo is now asking
every passer br "Havd you teen that
to our house on tho 2nd."
Captain Ed. Thayer, of Maitland, !
was in St. Joseph last Monday, and
purchased four car loads ot brick for
the Masonic hall of Maitland.
Mr. I). W. O'Donnel, ot Decatur,
Texas, i in the city, visiting his broth-
or-ln-law, Mr. Ed. Welty of this cltv.
Mr. O'Donnell is delighted with our
county and is thlukiug of locating
Oakley Marion is uow busy as a
be with his thresher. He informs us
that be has thus far threshed 6,517
bushels of cats, 7,'-G5 bushels of wheat
and 46 bushels of timothy. Ho has the
only clover huller in the county.
if-An organization of u Prisoners1 As
sociation was effected at Maryville, at
rrhe late ro-uuion, with W. L. Johnson,
t'of Maryvlllo, as president. Mr. James
Lander, ot Mound City, was selected as
oao of tho Executive Committee
The best and finest assortment of
Watches, Clocks, Sllvor plated Wuro,
Musical Instruments In Holt County,
can uu fouiia at riill. .J. mhos ooweiry
Store, Oregon, MUrouri, and at prices
tbo lowest. Repairing a specialty.
Mr. N. B. Atkinson, of Indianap
olis, lnd., formerly of St. Joseph, was
married Tuesday tl last week to Miss
Carrlo Cowan, of tins county, at the
Willard Hotel, Omaha, the ceremony
being porformed by ltov. J. Ilairia.
To all new subscribers who pay
ne year In advance, and to till old sub
scribers who pay up their nrrcarngo
and ono year in advance we will glvo
them, froo of charge, one year's sub
scription to the American Farmer, a
live agricultural paper.
Bob. Prlo met with quite a serious
accident the other day. He was trying
to remove tho cap from a shell of a
breoch-loading shot gun, when it ex
ploded In bis hand, tearing out tho en
tiro palm of his left hand, causing a
very pslntul wound. Craig Meteor.
A plaasant note roaehod us Sunday
last from ono of tba beat men ever lived
In Orogon, Sol roster. Ho Is now om-
ed In business in Council uiuiis.
ordered Tub Sichtinbi,, Coruo
dsoo us, Sol., loU of tho boys
llko tclieo yBli TTy tho hand
Makers Johnny aud Louis Iron,
d ten abd twelvo yeartfrospectlvely,
a and cuUivatetl twenty acres of
his season. Thay think it will
hem not loss than blxty bushels
o. Hero Is aa oxgmplo worthy to
owod by tho farmer boys
of ILrS county. If these young
lads w. contlnue llirougb llto as they
bnv bek In, their future will no doubt
ha crown with success,
Mill Creek school, Mr. Sam, Hulcy,
teacher, begins noxt Monday.
A fow second hand wagons and bug
gles at D. M. Martin's at bargains.
A good parlor cook stove for sain
at a bargain. Apply at this ollieo.
Judgo II. S. Kclloy Is prodding at
tho Buchanan circuit eonrt, this week.
Judgo Poyntor, and his daughter,
Mrs. Henry Moyor, aro in Louisville,
Our lino of boots and show wks
nevor moro complete, nnd our pricos
never lower. K. & W.
Wm. Maupin, of Crahr, has accen
ted a position on tbo Nodaway Gazette,
Barnard, Nodaway county.
(J. O. Proud Is out In Kansas on a
prospecting trip, and If he can find a
farm to suit him will buy It.
Has Uncle Bob. Patterson found
his guide yet? It is sa Id by some that
ha wout as far as St. Louis In search of
BrA,";CTe"' ?' (irWC," Marli"'
Sioux City, Iowa, has been In our city
M.ni i i
We regret to announce tho remov
al or Kev. bvaus to Bala. Kansas. Wn
trust good luck will follow him whur.
over ho may go.
If you aro In need of groceries,
qucensware, etc., Kreek & Watson v.111
supply you at tho very loweU figures
for cash. Hemomber this. Paste It in
They havo got through with tho
groat Frank James trial, but Krsek &
Watson have not yet cot through sol I.
ng their stock of clothing at buck low
Miss Nannie Thompson, daughter
of Wm. Thompson, formerly a citizen
of Mnitland, was married In St. Joseph
on Monday afternoon, to Mr. T. w
Mr. Levi Zook, Stewart Koovcs and
wlfo and Mrs. Kato O. Hotz, of this
city, were in attendance at tho Faris
Ckadwick nuptial In St. Joseph on the
Christ Meyer Post, G. A. K. meets
present. Visiting comrades are frater
"Satan, Who. What nnd where is
the DotII" is tho title ol George K.
Wcndlttig's new lecture, which will be
delivered at Crals, Thursday evoiilil,
The following important easos nro
to be tried boforo Justico Hoffmann on
Thursday, October 18th: Four oases,
Holt county vs. K. C, St. Jo. & C. B.
K. Co.; state vs.C. 1). Clifton, W. C.
Merino and John C. Collins, graud lar
ceny; state vs John C. Hlnklo, obstruct
Tho LaCross, Iowa & Southern
railroad is being purveyed with pieat
rapidity, and tho line of survey is point
ing toward St. Joseph. Savannah is
working to get tli'.s road. As there is
already a grade from Oregon to Savau
iiah, with proper exertion on tho part
or our citizens, Oregou may secure this
road. Nqw lotus seo what our busi
ucss men will do In this matter.
M. S- Farls, the popular dry goods
merchant of St. Joseph, has returned
from tho eastern citios whero be pur
chased tho largest and cheapest
stock ot goods ever brought to tho
HI. Joseph market. Ho invites tho
people of Holt, through the columns
of The Skntinel to call and examine
his stock and prices boforo purchasing
olsuwbere. Head hi advertisement.
On last Wednesday ufteiiuou as
deputy sheriff Crockett, of Back Port,
Atchison county, was bringing a prison
er by tho name of Thomas Gilkerson
down to our jail for safe-keeping, and
hen between Craig and Bigelow, tho
train slowed up to let a drove of eattlo
pass over the track, the sheriff aud his
prisoner stepped out on tho platform of
tho car to look at tho cnttlo. uilkwr
sou, not being hand-cuffed, concluded
to mako a break for liberty, aud jump
lug from the train started off on a run,
the rhorlff fired soveral abut at him,
but none took effect. After a livoly
chaso of about a mile ho was recaptured
and taken back to tho train, and Is now
safely ensconced in ono of the rooms of
tho Hotel do Pbilbrlck until tho next
term of tho Atchison comity circuit
court, whoro ho will havo to auswer to
the chargo of burglary.
Do you want a watch,
Gloclr,, pr .anything In tho
Jowolry Liinov it youtiO;
remember that PhlL J. Zil-
lea, the popular Jeweler, of
Oregon, iiunujei pjfo lairg-
est, the Best, the Cheapest
and nobbiest lino in the
county. All goods warrany
tho lfitb you can "go for"
go to Kreek t Wat-
Go to I). M. Martin's f jryour wag
on shoots and bows.
John Inghram and wife, wore sight
seeing in Kansas, last week.
'It's nleo to bo a pa," is now sung
by Joo Payne. It's a daughter.
Willlo Springer has a brand now
boy at his home a ten pounder
Will Walsh, of Oiifwn, Iowa, is
visiting his mother in our village.
Mrs. George Weber, of Forest City,
Is quite III, we arc sorry to learn
Bou Potter is enturtatning his
daugher, Mrs L'da Galbrcatb, of Solo
man City, Kaus.'is.
Joe Hoblititell nnd wife, and Frnzer
Allen and wito, were the guests of Neal
Hoblilzell last Sunday.
Mi 8. Mathuws, of Nebraska City,
spent a few days the past week with her
rother, Georgo Chadduek
Wt'iduv Townsend ha
tho residence of S. T. Lucas, of Forest
City. Con-idorallon, $1,000.
Mrs. J a no Kice, of Onawa, Iona,
weeks in Oregon, the
intent of her mother, Mrs. Walsh
- -Mr. Mcrrctt and wife, who havo
been the guets of Stuart Keeves the
pnl week, will leave tor Texas next
Charley Uuley is in Maitland,
where ho has a contract to build it resi
dence, stylo aud finish the sauiu as IM.
Pitikstou's of this city.
Kev. Asllng has organized anight
class In German. Ho is also teaching
a day ela.s nt the school building. This
is an excellent opportunity to learn tLIs
Tho storms which have recently
beon flwreplug ovor Kentucky, havo
not "skeered" in a bit wo are selling
dress goods cheaper than over. Kreek
Tho only and irreprussihlo Goorgo
Wren, enme in nnd placed his No. LI
on our side table, Monday. Mr. Wren
t'hcMlssourl riv'er. ' y-oocrnt, one
Henry Zook, of St. Joseph, was in
tho city this week. He came up to put
the Iron doors and shutters on the Ky
ger building, for which ho had contract
ed some time ago.
Mr. Wm. Maupin, of Craig, was in
Owgan. week, accompanied by
Mbs Kusnii.:ger,ia charmlHtr and ac
complished yountf UdyotGalesburg,
Illinois, who is visiting liS' oM school
mate, Miss Kitty Maupin, of Craig'.
"Cub" Pay no, of Maitland, oinue
dowu this week to seo his old trlouds.
Ho was accompanied on his retain
by his niothor, "Aunt Winnie,"
who goes thoro to lake charge of tho
culinary department of the Commercial
P. M. Zook. the photographer, N
. . i
now prepared io mano you a k"""
pictures and as cheap, as you can get
in St. Josuph. Ho nisi, lias a largo
stock of pleturo frames for sale chosp.
Don't fall to give him a call, no uoes
nothing bnt firi-t clas work.
Mrs. Sue Flenhart and sister, Jesso
Thatcher, who have been in Alliens,
Greeco, for tho pa-t eight year, passed
through Macon Thursday an their way
to Klrksville. They will return to Ma
con next week. Mrs. Thatcher has
with her an adopted son, who is a Gre
cian, nineteen years old Macon (Mo)
Farmers who havo staoVcd their
bay within ono hundred yards ot tno
right-of way of any railroad will bavo
troublo in gutting pay for tho sumo in
case it Is burned up by sparks from a
train, as undor tho new law farmers aro
prohibited from stacking their hay near
or than ono hundred yards of tho right-of-way
of any road.
J. S. Chapln shipped ninety-four
hogs last Tuesday, weighing 35,720, an
avci ago of 380 pounds. Thuy wero of
tho Poland and China stock; a even a
lot of hogs as is poiblo to find. There
was ono in tho lot which weighed CCO
nonnds. Wo would llko to hear of a
bettor avoraco or a largor hog In tho
couuty, or anywbore else. Mound City
Mr. A. D. Cox, who is canvassing
Holt county for Cram's atlases, maps
and charts, Is meeting with good sue
cofi and dosorvedly too, for he Is hand
ling the host atlas wo havo yet soon ;
and beside, ho is resldont of tho county,
Forest City being his homo. Every
word that ho tells you can be relied on,
as ho does not belong to that clas ot
book'Birents who will tell you anything
iu order to sell a book, not expecting
to seo you ngam .after thp book is do
Mr. James T. Howell has just pur
chased n fine malo Poland-China hog.
It is n beauty.
I ho Holt county dulogatlun that
attended the St.IouIs fair aro delighted
with tboc chair-cars.
Tho old post-office building for sale
Iuqiiiio at uuee of C. W. Thomas.
Agent, Oregon, Mo.
Gcorgo ltapp, the dashing merch
nut of Maitland, gave us a call Friday
last. Head his advertisement this week.
Itev. S. C'arothcrs will preach nt
thoM. E. church next Smulay morning
and evening. Public cordially Invited
The best farmers and those who
never havo trouble in recant to seed
corn, say tlioy always gather It in bop
tembcr and October, and from the first
corn that ripens.
A western paper says; Nothing
will cure some sick men moro quickly,
than mi office, pioperly applied. This
cure' may be very successful in many
cases, but wo would say : If a man suf
fers from a cout'li or cold, (;ivo him Dr.
Bull's Couch Syriin.
Captain II. It. Secley will lectins
In this city on Saturday, 20th lust, on
"ThoBatlloof Gettysburg aud Life in
Southern Prisons." The press through
out the wet speak in tho highest terms
of tho lecture, aud wu hope to see a
large audience greet Mr. Secley.
Tho ladles of tho Second Presby
terian church, of this city, gratefully
surprised Miss Susie Miller on Sunday
morning, iu giving her handsome pres
ent us a tokun of their high appieeia
tlon of Iter services as onrnHist in that
hutch for the past two years. -St.
Joseph Evening News.
Among the many brilliant and at
tractive features at the ro union was the
Holt county comet band of Oregou.
Tho members of this baud, aro all
young men, und are well drilled. Their
lender U Mr. S. W. Morrison, brother
of our Dr. Morrison. Wo hereby ex
tend our thanks to tho baud, for a sere
nade. Maryville Bopublic.in.
"Mrs. Partington, what do you usr.
for a very bail cold?" asked Mrs Dull.
"Handkerchiefs, ma'am," answered
lii tho 'event of a cold, but a bottle ol
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a necessity,
because it not only relieves, but cures
the worst cold or cough.
Havo $10,000 to loan at 8 per cent
Int. no commission charged;al8.)?IO,.
000 to loan at 6 per cent with a small
commission. Dont listen to parties
wishing to loan their money at a high
rate about exorbitant eomuilslons be
ing charged, but come and get mi fig
ures and I will save you big uionoy.
J. FoSTKK MAUGHAM,,
The Executive commltteo of tho
reunion at its meeting on Monday night
drew a warrant pon it treasurer for
$1,000 in favor of Mrs1. John Small
wulow of tho man killed by a cannon.
There is still soma surplus, which wl'l
bo held to pay any iiirtnor claims mai
may appear, auer wnien mo uaianeu
will bo paid to tho widow. Mart viliu
The Campbell Normal University
of Holtou, Kansas, eeitalnly possesses
considerable merit. It has just opened
its second year with nearly 175 students
in attendance. It has ten regular in
structors. Us soveral departments, in
cluding Teachers, Musical, Art and
Commercial, aro all quite popular. Hits
Is very manifest of the last, which his
conducted by Prof. J. C. Brown an old
teacher ami graduate of the Spenceriau
Business College of Clevolnnd.Ohio.Tho
winter term opens Nov. 13th. Tho
school Is conducted mi the Autusl Busi
ness plan with soveral cities, banks, of
fkcs,etc. The expense for tuition, board
aud books, is not $65 for five mouths.
Send tor a catalogue.
On Sunday morning last, as Mr.
Brooks, who travolt for tho wholesalo
houso of It. L. McDonald & Co., St.
Joseph, was waiting tor the train at
Forest City, ho was robbed of his valiso
containing a lot ot clothing. Tho rob
bery was not discovered until the arriv
al of the train, when Mr. Brooks went
to get the valiso which had been placed
on tho platform, and found it cone.
City Marshal 1'caro vtas stut for aud at
once went to work to find tho missing
property and thieves. In an hour or
so, the valiso was found iu a box car
rallied of Its content', and In a short
time afterwards the tide res weio run
in, aud wero found to bo three tramps,
who lind been hanging about tho depot
during the day. Tboy gave I heir names
as Walter C. Merino, . I. C. Collins, and
C. D. Clifton. They aro now in jail
awaiting preliminary examination
whloh is set for Hie 18th Inst., before
Esquiro 'Hoffmann, of this city, As
some of Mr. Brooks clothing was found
on their person, their chances for the
pen may be regarded as good.
If you want'Ialeut styles is .Ladies'
Ilats. cheap for cash, ijust.go to Leo
Oren's, New Point, Mo,
Henry Wright, of New I'olnl, ro
turned Thnrsday after a several weeks
visit in Indiana and Ohio.
Tho Press has thrown another
slgu to the brutzc. It announces a
"groon hand" up autttv. That's tt joke,
alnt it, John?
Mrs. Hoffman, PresftSon of the W..
C. T. U , will lecture m this city at tho
Prcabyterlcan church. Wtt!ncaJy awn
ing, October 17th. Lecture free
IN LIFE'S MOItN.
On Monday forernoon last, occurred
ono of those happy affairs, which sorao
writers havo characterized 'a poem in
real life" a wedding. It was tho eel-
ebratior. of the nuptials of Clark Pbil
brlck, of this city, and Miss Llesolta
Eller, tho charming blcp-il.iughtcr of
Mr. Louis Strrckcbclu, uf St. Joseph.
J lie inloreslmg event occurred nt tho
parsonage of the Second Presbyterian
Church of St. Joseph, Itev. George
Miller, ofiiciatiug, Ihu ceremony being
witnessed only by a few very Intimate
friends of tho contracting parties, after
which tho newly wedded couple return
ed to the residence of the bride's par
ents, to purtnku of u splendid wedding
dinner, such ns only Mrs. Slrcckebein
knows how to prepare, and after spend-
several hours pleasantly, took their de
parture for this ulty. their future homo-.
iii elegant wedding supper wns
spread at tho icsldeiico of the groom's
patents. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Phllbriek.
on Monday evening, whero a few of tho
groom's relatives and friends greeted
tho bridal couplu on their nnival.
Liko sensible people, tho couple im
mediately go to housekeeping. May
they both "live long aud prosper."
May they meet much of the suiishino
and escape the shadows of real lifo.
May all their ways be ways of pleasant
ness, and all their paths bo paths of
peace. May perennial flowers aud
grateful shades and singing birds mako
life ono long glad holiday tor thorn.
1 ho following presents were received :
Mantid clock, bagging lnuip, bod
toilet hot, silver napkin rings, and
tida Sister Minnie.
Handsome stand lamp Tom Hindo
and John Phllbriek.
Alarm clock Pa and ma Phllbriek.
Sot silver teaspoonsJohn Horsey,
Tlila Bertha and MUinie Egar, St.
Crystal fruit dish, pickle dish and
butterdish Mis. Itobert Fredericks.
Pickle und desert dishes Mrs. Mark-
Crj.stal water pitcher Augusta Saa.l.
Counterpane Tilly Stml.
Silver castor May, Em and Tom
"Said Ed to Will,' civo me a chaw cr
Ei. Skntinkm We, thu people of
quaint and curious about
Wo may be a little fault
finding, but wo mean well. Among
other luxuries that wo like to indulge
in, is a good county paper full of inter
esting Items, but when wo read mi item,
we ttnnt to Icurn something, and then
pass on to another or elso we havo was
ted our time. Now iu thu above item
wu aio not only out the tinio wo spmt
in reading It for wo havo not derived
tho valuo of an atom of chalk, from
reading it, but perplexing questions, iu
regard to it, keep coming up In our
Who is Ed? and, ditto, Will? From
whence came thoy? aud what camo thov
there to do? They aro there, I suppose,,
but how long will thoy remain? Did
Will clvo Ed tho "chaw?" And did Ed.
bito off moro than bo could chaw? And
lastly, supposing thoso two linos wero
of interest to thoe three persons, at
th.it ratio how many lines wuld It
take to give all thu reader of the Sen
TiNKt. thu same ntxnuut?
Thu correspondent from Craig, who
by tho way, is an exc- llent one, will
please ex.'usuus for whipping others
ovor his shoulders. This is the first
I'em of his wo could uo for that purr
pose, but thore are several corrosponr
dents, wlm mix in among Items, wl(ty(?)
expres-iono tluu aro of about as much
interest to the mass of renders, at largo
and their own vicinity, as the above
questions I havo askod. Givotisgou
uIho Items of interest correspondents,
and dont waste valuably spaco; and
you will pleasu thu uditors, who aro
very modest men, ni)i the readers who
like things pointed.
FoitnEs, Oct., 8th '83.
ip.'i.OOO if) loan at elghjt por ceut. In
terest no commlsslou charged. Call
beforo It js all taken J. Foster Mar.
filial), Drrgou, Mo,