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& GO'S Cast be fonutl the most ele gant line of NOVELTIES IN THEIR HOTIOH DEPARTMENT In the City Such as FANCY TIES, FANCY BOWS. FANCY ItUCIIINGS. FANCY BACK COMBS, FANCY RIBBONS, FANCY BUTTONS, and Plain & Shaded Chenille Manv Novel Patterns In HAIR, SCARF AND DKESS ORNAMENTS, and a splcnnid line of NET VEILINGS. Opera Blade and Colored From O.VEto SIX BUTTON'S We know that our general stock far surpasses any in the City, but wo feel that we can now with great pride say that, our notion stock is not equaled in the West A com plete stock of Mme. Dem orests ' Fall Style Paper Patterns. For Presses, our special brand of Black silks, the best in the marked. Townsend, Go's, iSt. Joesepli, Mo IffliT STORB Will give extra bargains during No vrmbcr for the cash, and will sell crouds at prices that will justify our customers if they have to borrow money at a big per cent to buy of us. Goods are coining in daily and wc are crowded. IT 1 We will sell Mem' Overcoats from $3.00 to $10.00. Good suits, $5.00. The best St. Joe Boots for $3.25. Good Boots $-2 50. Boys1 Boots from SI 25 to S2.75. Winter Caps from 25c to 75c. Hats from 40c to $1.00. Flannels from. 15c to 40cts per yd. Kentucky Jeans 25c. Toweling Irom 5c to 10c per jd. Two spools of Thread 5c. Kid Gloves from 25c to 50c. Standard prints C and 7cts. Niekerbackcr 10c to 12cts. 6 lbs good coffee for $1.00. 11 lbs sugar $1.00. Imperial Tea SOc per lb. HAEDfABE AP TOTABE Cheaper than ever. We also havo Ladies' GOATS, SHAWLS, and NUBIAS. that we offer very cheap. Come and sc our goods and , GEY0URP3IGES We will do yon no harm it we do you no good. HERSEBER&ER & CD, Oregon, Mo. 100.000 At 9 per mt lacerest !EG$ time. 3 AND 5 Apply rrite to JOHN F.LYi Oregon, Missouri, Room No. Howell House. Administrator's Settee Letters of Administration on the estate of eiibthau W.uarru, aeceasea. wrregranieu ui . ' i I . I. Will. Am. ,.rC.t A xitt unaersigneu uu iuc ihh mj j 1 I) ., 1876, by the Probate Court of Holt Couuty AH persons uanng cisima tiui. ,u w tutu are rwinirecl la exhibit thr-m for alloW' ance to Ibc administrator, within one jeur aHer the date or said lctl.ru. or tlicy may be Firecluded from any benefit of ueh ettate, and f aacn claims be not exhibited within two years Tom the date or said letters they will be foreverrbarred. WM. HAWKINS. 7-14-H l'ubllc Adnrr or noil jo. It. P. Zook K Co., at Forost Oily have tlfo largest stock of lumber, Jlath, shingles, and doors oyer brought to Holt county. Those who desire anything in tbis line should uot fail to call on this firm, as tlicy are determined to close this TOT CI i m. stock out, even at a sacrifice 50,000 HEN AND BOYS WANTED flieii in SL Josepn, Missonn, To Call and Examine Our New Invoiceof Boys and Youth's Clothing. Our immense sales haveso far exceeded our most sanguine expectations that wo were compelled to purchase our sec ond stock ol goods, wulcn we will 6ell at cyen lower priers than before, having found it to our interest to sell with SmailProfits. We are now selling goods at a margin of Irom 5 lo 7 percent above first cost, and remem ber that wo have but ONEPRIGE, and all goods guaranteed as .v represented. Anv ni-tlcli nnrphnspd frnm lis nol proving satiffuctory can be exchanged. Don't Forget the Place, ASCABE GLOTHIHI HOUSE 4l2.Fe!ix St., St Joseph, (Opposite McKInnej's.) THEY WHO SERVE The people well themselves Deserve well of the People. A PUBLIC STATEMENT by SCHXJXTE &' MC1NTYBE and which Is reayect frill jr submitted to the ojtlalon of the Pa bile where we rent oar enie There are fact In connection with thU State ment that will wnTlnce nil rea soning: persona of the possibility and irntulul ness or the ns Aortlon which means that we now nre oflTerlnc tho finest line of Boots SHOES ever offered to tlie peojile of Holt OOimty. We have for the people a magnificent line ot clothing which is o fit red at Bed Rock Prices. Our BLANKETS we wish to have examined, both the quality and price. HOSIERY for Children, Ladles and gents. Tho best ft ck over opened. We ask tho ladies to call and exam amine. HANDKERCHIEFS. . a largo lot of ladies puro Linen. The best Hand kerchief ever to id in America for (ho money. FLANNELS of all kinds, Canton Flan nels, all wool Flannels . and Red Flannels in plain ami Twilled. Ladle's, Children's and Men's UOEKWEAB. all sizes in many differ ent qualities. All Wool Scarlat and White Goods. Wo shall sell these ex tremely low. O O JE6. S E T S, and Ladies u-derwoar at such low prices that no lady can help buying if the goods aro seen and any are wanted. MONEY TO IL.OW AT 9 PER. CENT. Interest payable once a year. three or five years, or as short a time as desired. $200 to 20,000 Oo Improved Farms, Address, or talfe on J, Foster Marshall, Howell House. Oregon, Mo. May be segn at Mound City Satur day, and Mondays of each week. Flun.1 Settlement. Crvilltnig and all others Interested In IV es tate of Ureen Itccse deceased, latonfllolt coun ty, are hereby notified .that on the first dityol tlia next November terra of lha.Probate Court, I shall make final settlement of said etitate. WILLIAM KAUCIIKIl, Administrator la charge. Final Settlement. Crtdltors aud all others iaterested In the es tate or John McConn-ll, deceased, late of Holt county, are hereby notified that on the first day of the next November term or the Pro bate Court, I shall make final settlement or said estate. WILLIAM HAWKINS, Public Administrator, for Holt Co, Mo. In r.tmrce. TOWS AXD COUNTY. Election next TucsJay. Vote early. Mr. Miller will preach in Oregon on Sabbath morning. Mr. Samuel Watson forbids all parties hunting on his premises south east ol Oregon. The Red Front, Forest City, this week offers some rare bargains: read their prices and you will bo profited. See the November advertisement for the Elephant Store. A little cash will buy n big bill of winter goods. The students of the Normal will hold an open session on next Friday evening, Nov, 8lh. The second term ot the northwest Normal school at this place will com mence Monday Nov. 11th. Mr. D. Beer, of the firm of Hcrsh- berger & Co , left Wednesday last for a brief visit toMinnesota. Mr. Miller nieached the funeral of Johh Q. Trimmer's children (triplets, all dead) at Cowan's school house on last Tuesday. Wo learn that dons are making considerable ravages among the sheep in various parts of tho county., aho worthless curs ought to be killed. Elder Wm. A.Gardncr will preach at the Uiilon School houso next Sund day at 11 A. m., and at Oregon at 7 r. m. : The ladies of the M. E. Church will give a dinner at their church on thanksgiving day. the proceeds to be used for the benefit of tho church. N. F. Murray, greenback candidate lor the legislature, will address the people at the Court House in Oregon on Saturday night. Everybody invited. Nearly all of our' space is devotpd to politics this week, bnt, after our next issue, we shall devote our col umns principally to local affairs. Charles Sinclair, who was sen tenced to the penitentiary for grand larceny, from flolt county, nbont a year and a half ago, was last week pardoned by the Governor. The Repnblican candidates aspi ring for tho various offices will address" their fellow citizens at the court hone in this city, on Monday, Nov. 4th at early fnndle lighting. This is tho season ot the year when parents should remember that old tin cans, pounded out, make good patches for the most exposed portion of a boy's pants. Remember the lecture by Miss- Phoebe W.Couzins at the Court House next Wednesday evening, under tho ansplces of the Woman's Union. Ad mittance only 25 cents. Let there bo a full house. The protracted meeting In Forest City gives much hope of great good. Rev. Rrown of Monnd City is assist ing Mr. Miller and Rev. Mr. Williams and wife nre expected to-day. Married, at the residence of tho bride's mother. In St. Charles. Mo., by Rev. J. P. Graehnrr. on Wednesday. October 30th 1878. Mr.AloIs M. Miller to Miss Oettie Rchrcns, all of that city. Durand, the St. Jo. Estey Organ man. who is well known throughout Holt ronnty, cangbt another man in bed that is, has had some matrimoni al tronbles and is suing for a divorce. Old winter put in an unexpected nppearancc lat Saturday the ground being covered with n snaw lour Inchrs deep. Bnt thrre will be fair weather yet; tho Indian summer is yet to cotno. We learn that the Klmsey school under the charge- of Allen Guinn, is doing finely. Mr. G. is giving better satisfaction to tho patrons of the school than any teacher they have oyer had. About forty pupils are enrolled. all of whom nre learning rapidly. Prot. Geo . Lyon, Jr.", on account of the unfavorable weather, was un able to fill his engagement at Monnd City last Saturday. He will give one of his select readings in that city, nt the Presbyterian chnrch to-morrow, (Satnrday) evening Nov'r 3d. Every body should bear him. Messrs. Jonas Whitmerand David PoWock cturned Monday last from n visit to Smith county, Kansas. They brought with them, and left nt our office tor exhibition, some of the finest specimens ot early rose potatoes wc havf ever seen. They are grown to- getitur In bnncbes forming regular iilshnoquets. Aoto from Mrs. Irvine, publish ed In another column, conveys to our rcadersKhe pleasing information that the TCpman's Union will provide a number S literary feasts for our peo ple dtirlrvj'the coming fall and win ter. Tfirtnf these will be a lecture by Miss Pholbo W. Couzins nt tho Court House neat Wednesday evening. Olers will follow nt short intervals. The Union is deverviug of unstinted praise for its enterprise, and our peo ple should see that it has full houses at every entertainment! The Wide Awake Literary Society will hold an open session in the Nor mal building on Friday evening, No vember 8th, which they cordially in vite everybody to attend. pitoaitAMME: Oration .G. II. Allen. Declamation L. C. Irvino. Essay W. H.Hjinter- Oration J. R Collison. Declamation Dan. Schulte. Essay C. S. Peter. ItKCLSS. Debate "Resolved that Divino law has more influence on the minds of men than human law." Affirmatlvo: Will Hoffman, D. Porter and Wm. Sehatz. t Negative: Sam. O'Fallon.-Ben. Ar nold and Leigh II. Irvine. Music will be lnmlshcd by th string baud and choir. New Point. Editok Skntinel: Havo 3011 ever heard of the town of New Point? Have not, hey? Well it is pleasantly situated on the north bank of Nickell Creek, seven and one-half miles norih cast of Oregon. It contains about one hundred inhabitants.mostof whom arc' a peace-loving, industrious people. Business is. at present a little dull, but not more so than in other place. Mr. Frank Winslow, who, upon our visit wo made our city dircctory.keeps the post office and In connection with this 11 first class drug store. Mr- Wins low Is a fine business man and a very nrecable gentleman. From thence it is but a few steps uu the stree: lo the General assortment store of F. Meistcr. Mr. M., by fair dealing holds quite a !arre trade, notwithstanding th hard times. From here, loat across the strect.and you will find yourself at the dry goods aud hardware house ol A. Kthnliz. This is strictly a casn estao- lishment, and if you want a dress for vour Ahem sister, and have not the Mexicanncs" you can pass on. From this house, you turn to the right for a few steps and you will find the dry good and grocery establishment of Jno. P. Rubl. Mr. Ruhl has long been established in business here, and by fair dealing and honesty has obtained a very enviable trade. Connected with this store is a first class millinery establishment, managed by Mrs. Ruhl. In the south part ol town stands Uncle L. D. Barnes, dealing out sundry dry goods and groceries. Counectcu with this houso is also another Millinery, controlled and managed by Miss Mag gie Martin, of Oregon. Mr. Hcnrv A r mack, late from Ore gon, has established a boot and shoe shop aud at present is over run with work, Tho reason of tnis is evident; Hcnrv stands at the head of his trade as a workman; and this, combined with Industry and good habits can but make any one succeed. There are two good blacksmith shops In town, run respectively by J. Stultz and J. B. Caughman. The medical profession is repre sented by Drs.Ashworth and Kearney, tho Pedagogic by Prof. B. K l'ailor. Squlro C. F. Barnes renders decisions un points of law. A very pretty church adorns tho north part of town, built by the Prcsbyteri nns. Rev. Mr. Miller holds services two Sundays In tho month and Rev. Mr. Enyeart the remaining two. G. W. C. Nickell Grove. .;Vintcr Is coming on. Can anyone recommend us to nn establishments where we can get credit for a new overcoat ? Now harvest yoni pumpkins nnd sow your winter boot jacks. This is the time of year that the fes tive quail looks around the lcnce cor ner, waiting to bo shot into pot pie. Thore is a growing propensity on the pari of somo young men who come to public gatherings in the Grove lo bring along icyolvcrs and empty their contents at random as they are start ing home. If it- happens again, we know their names, and will give them lo the public. Just wait until every fellow has n telephone from his window to that of his sweetheart's. Won't the birds have n jolly time picking taffy, maple snar and other sweet things from the string?- The judges of election for this pre cinct. Messrs. Richard Acton, .Tame Kneale andjll. Shephard, arc making preparations to comply with tho law, and expect to havo tho polls open by sunrise net Tuesday morning. Wo dropped into the Nickell Grove Sabbath School last Sunday, and found It in a very flourishing condition. The attendance on that day was eighty-two. Wc would judge from tho appearanco that tho children aro not tent to Sun day School here, bnt arc brought by tho parents, who, themselves, assUt in making the school what it is. This is tho true secret of a good Sunday School.. Ella Arterburn on that day recited seventy verses, committed from the Bible, and has, since tho first of March, recited a total of 1,181 ver ses. Hiram "Wadkins, in tho same timo. 895 verses. The school Is superintended by Mr. Dan'l Zachman. The fat mail has had his hair cut. Max Welton. Nickcll's Grove, Oct. For The Ilogs. Ed. Sentinet,: Among tho thous ands of remedies tho following comes well recommended. and persons from tho neighborhood of Mr. Price, de clare that it has been most efficient as a proventive and cure. I adviso its trial, but at the same time would im press on the minds of my brother farmers that without puro water and greater variety of food clovering Cc to harden tho system of the hog, now impaired by so many years of exclu- Mvo com diet, no remedy inn be relied upon. Sow clover with jour small grain, and when your grain is reaped your stand of clover will de light you : the itEciPE: "Tincture of aconite root. ontTnux vominn, 3 ounces cacli ; tiuctiiro of belladonna, rush toxicodendron f poison oak), secalo. bnptlsiu. one eighth ounces each ; white arsenic, ten grams, ills." As a proven tali vo give fivo drop onco n day to each hog in swill. When n hog is down with the clinic ra give ten to twenty drop, pouring down tho mouth nostril-, some chim in": the 0110 method and come the other as the best. Label tho bottle "Deadly Poison" and keep it in a safe place. Faiimep.. "wRead Winter Specialties adver tised by Red Front in another column EjTRead Wintor Specialties-advertised by Red Front in another column Mound City Items. Ralph M. Dawson. Robert Daw son aud Mm. Jennie Hall, compose the new milling firm here. They havo three run of 30 inch buhrs one lor corn and two for wheat. They will havo five :0 inch bolting reels, four 17J "- lo"S antI 0,10 - fcct lo", making 90 lect in all. The work is going forward as rapidly as five men can do it and it is expsctcd that grind ing will begiu in a few weeks. Mr. llatthas made Improvements on the grade from hero to Blgolow. Knowles is as restless over the coming election as a man on the verge ot matrimony.- He will come through all right though. ' "Mote" Dodge iushts that one of the Kilkenny cats is fctill alive and purring around. Charley Barnes is quite hopclul and thinks of throwing away his cane soon. Monnd City boastsot luice hotels: The Lausdown House, E. A. Muxlow proprietor; Central Hotel, jW. F. Parker, proprietor, and the Hiatt's Hotel, kept by W. T. Hiatt. Tom McCoy docs not intend to re tire from the cattle trade; if elected county judge ho will steer county af fairs tor awhile. Mr. iierrin is builulng a new resi dence for A. Crannel, 011 State Street.- The berctilian effort of the Demo crats to get Wm. Henry Pattterson to withdraw from the Greenback ticket, as candidate for Judge at Large, in fa vor of T. W. McCoy, the Democratic nominee, has failed. Patterson will run thtongh on principle. Ho wisely concludes too, that his old neighbor. George Mclntyrc, will make a safe hand to entrust county affairs to. if he (Patterson) should prove to be un successful. Henry Wright thinks Oregon is a first rate place tor babies; his wife went down there less than three weeks a"0 and now has a bouncing girl. Resolutions of Respect. GliAHAM, Mo., Oct. 22, 1878. At a special meeting held uttbe Hall of Uesperinm Lodge, No. 129. 1. O. O. F., Oct. 20, 1878, a committee was ap pointed to dratt resolutions on the death ol Bro. Past Grand John Mc "Quary, whose death occurred on the 19th intt. The tollowing were report ed and adopted : sViiEisnAS, It has pleased Almighty God to suddenly rcraovu from our midst our well beloved Brother Past Grand J. W. McQuary, and summons him to his last repose prepared for all living, and wo trust has gathered him to meet his friends gone before in the land ol oternal sunshine; therefore, be it licsolved. That while we bow in humble submission to his infinite wis dom and will, and realize that He doeth all things well, wc can but re gret that the call was for one who was worthy of all blessings, where acts or kindness and benevolence, so well worthy of imitation, and who unas sumingly, through lite, scattered seeds on need, of kindness where ever he went. Resolocd, That in the death of Bro. McQuary, our Lodge has been de prived ot n true Odd Fellow, whose loss will long be telt and mourned; and that society has been deprived ot a worthy citizen, and of one. worthy ot the esteem of all one whose honesty and integrity stands without reproach, and that in his deatli the poor and nredv. sick nnd aillieted. have been de prived of one whose hc:irtand'hand was ever open to assuage their sorrow and supply their wants. Rifoloed, that we exienuio me oe reaved relatives of the deceased our heart-felt sympathy in this sad hour ot afllictloH, aud point them to Him for consolation, who has said, come unto me, all ye that labor and arc heavy la den, and I will give yon rest. Resolved, As an evidence of high es teem in which we hold our departed Brother, that the Lodge be draped in. nnd that the members wear the usual badge of mourning for tho period of thirty days; anil that a memorial uay be set aside and dedicated to his mem- r . Resolved. That a copy of these reso lutions be spread on the rrcords of the Lodcre. and that a copy ue lorwarueu to the Jfaryville Republican, 2?oda- tcav Democrat, i,cya'.-Te;uier jscws. Holt County Sektinel. and to each of the papers ol Somerjct in the State of Kentucky. Fraternnlly yours, in F. L. T. .1. W. Mohoan, 1 Peter Fouoade. Com. A. C. Snvder,' ) Geo. J. Balstek. Sec'y. Resolutions of Respect. To the memory of John W. McQua ry, adopted by the Board of Trustees of tho town of Graham, Missouri, at a meeting hold nt their office, Monday, October 21, 1878. Present at said meeting: A. P. Diimm, J. W. Mor gan, R. C. Wymin and S. D. Sumner: IrViererM, it has pleased an all wise providenco to rcmcye on the 19th Inst our much esteemed fellow citizen John W. McQuary, who has been lor a number ot years and was nt tho timo of his decease an honored mombor of the Board of Trustees of the town ot Graham, and has. we trust, gathered him to a happy reward beyond the river. Therofore be it Resolved, by the Board ot Trustees of the town of Graham, that while wc bow in humble submission to the will of Him who doeth all thinirs well; we resolve that our council has been de prived of an efficient nnd faithful mem ber society of a good citizen the poor and needy ot one whoso neari and haud were always open to relieve their wants. Secondly, Be it resolved that Ihcee resolutions be spread upon tho record of tho town and that a memorial page bo set apart and dedicated to his memory. Thirdly, Be it resolved that the merchants bo requested to close their places ot business from tho hour of two to tour o'clock r si. during tho funeral ervies, tbis 21st day of Ucto ber, 1878. A. P. Diimm. Chr. E. A.ViNsoNHAiii.KR, Clerk. rSAn elegant line of Cloaks, Trimed Hals, Furs, Gloves, Mitts, Nubia". Shawl?, Jackets. Fancy llr.se Two Tined Ribbon and Dress Goods from 75ct Cashnioro down to 8 l-3ct Kni korbocker; also Fur Caps for Ladies, Misses anil Childron. All at the Red Front, Forest City. Woman's Union Lecture Course. Ohegox, Mo., Oct. 29th. In answer to the Sentinel's ques tion last week in regard to lectures this winter. 1 am happyto announce that Phoebe W. Cotizins, of St. Louis, will deliver the first lecture ot the sea- sou, on Wednesday evening, Novem ber Gth, nt tho Court House, Oiegon, under the auspices of the "Woman's Union." Subject, cither "Portia at the Bar." or "Woman without a Country" not decided yet which will be chosen. Other first class talent will appear during the season. Next alter MissC, Col. J.P.Sanford. tho author, traveller and orator, will lecture two evenings. Burbank will probably be amoug the number. Tho managers havo decided to put the price of admission at 25 cents, which is so low that all can attend. and wc hope to see largo and appre ciative audiences. Annie K. Ibvine. Cor. Sec'y W. U. Man's Hand Hade Pegged Boots, roll Stock (the best in tho market for tho money) $2.50 at Bed Front. S-Cloaki. ! Cloaks ! FursIFutsI at thu Red Front. Trunks one twenty-five and up at Bed Front. Men's Good Wool Hats 60: at Bed Front. Good Heavy Ticking fifteen t, Bed Front. QFWintcr Specialties for Ladi?s at the Red Front, Forest City. Basil's best Flannels 40c at Bed Front. "Women's Winter Shces 91. 23 at Bed Front" All Wool Bepeliant GOe at Bed Front. Heavy Sattinott 40c at Bed Front. EirWlnter specialties for men at the Red Front, Forest City. Black Alpacca 25c at Bed Frost. Good Heavy Joans 23 e at Bed Frcnt.. Good Yarn 60c at Bed Front. Hen'3 Fuo Calf Shaes one twenty-five at Bed Front. ggTOvercr'ats and Ul9tcrs come as low as S3.00 at tnu Red Front Forest City. "" 6 lbs good Coffee one dollar at Bed Front- 20 Bars Soap one dollar at Bed Front. Woman's 8a and 9s Shoes at Bed Front. Bemsaber that tho Bod Front if the onl original, low down, rock bottom, cash store in Holt county. gSTAt tho Rid Front Forest City, can bo found a large stock of Caps, Collars, Gloyes, Mitts, Buffalo Boots and shoes, Rui-ber Boots, Lcggins, Rubber Sack, Frock, and UUter coals also Henderson's Hund-madc, war ranted Waterproof Boots, for stock men. Itlcntion, Country Merchants We havo established at Nos. S04 and 30G Edmoud Street, a First Claj? Restaurant, where n.eals are served at all hours for Gentlemen and Ladies whero all kinds of Game, Fish aud Ot sters, and all the Vegetables and Meats tho market affords can be ob tained and avo you the extra cx- neno ofroinjrto a hotel. Regular ifmal served at 40c. Extra cookca to order on reasonable terms. Refer ence, any of the principal whole, ale and retail houses in our city. Our Restaurant is known as the Delmou ico. II. KEENE & O.u. (Nov. 1.) Proprietors. Book's .Tlilli. Jacob Book at his niilla nearBigelow and four miles northwest of Forest City has 011 hand an immense stock ot native lumber of all grade and is constantly sawing more, allof which ho is prepared to sell ct lower prices than cvor before known. Farmers, builder1", road overseers and all others needing lumber, can "el their orders tilled at the mill or delivered nt any p.ace in the country, Times aro hard and now is the time to get bnrgaius. I havo also a stock of lumber at A. Crauuell's in Mound Oily, where all persons desiring lumber can get it as ?heap as at the mills. (If) 2 Watffr Laciett for 25e at Bed Front -4 lbs Starch 25e at Bed Front Canton Flannel, good,r3K at Red Front. The Boss Stock ot Clothing at Bed Front. Mr. Moulter is now running his freighting team re-ularly, between Oregon and Forest City. Leave your orders at Hcrshberger & Go's store aud they will receive prompt attention. Two and one-half pounds of good Tea for one dollar at Bed Front. Good Cotton Batting UK cts, Bed Front. Leather Trimmod Overalls SOc, Bed Front. WINTER APPLES I wish to iniorm thu public that I have between 100 aud 200 bushels' very fine winter apples whicli I wish to dispose of ut the market price. Address, or call on Wm. BRODBECK, Oregon, Mo White P K Se per yard at Bed Front. Ladies Winter Hats very che3p at Bed Front All Wool Black Cochmcio at Kel rent. nr R. P. Zook & Co., of Forest City, havo tho best and largest stock of pino lumber, Shingles, doors,:tc in Holt county. They do not propose to bo undersold by any firm. It will bo to your interest to see them and get figures before you buy. Ladle's Cloaks, an elegant assortment, at Bed Front. Money in your pocket by buy ing Clothing a tho Bed Front. Qnccn City Skirl Suspcntler Ladies wishing to havo the above article, tan gut them by npplyinr lo Mrs. Lucy S. Kauchor, Agent, Oiegon, Mo. For Sate. A good haavy work hor.o for snle cheap. Apply to S. HiTiJilierger, at the Elephant Ston Oregon, Mo. FACTS WORTH KMING Where to Save WJoney in Buying the FALL and WINTER DRY GOODS. W. Bailey, Desires to impressTipon the minds of every man and women in this or adjoining coun ties, whether friends and customers for many years past or strangers, that he now ofTcrs greater inducements in Dry goods and Notions of all descriptions than ever before known in this locality, such induce ments as none who are anxious to make Iheir money go as far a possible can afford to overlook. Every purchase for our stock this fall has been made witlthe v'ew BvinS t0 the people the very best value for their money. THE CALICO AND DOMESTIC )- FARTHEST. Is crowded with the very best bargains in Brown and bleached Shirtings, Sheetings, and Pillow Casings, Tickings, Drills, Den ims, Cheviots, Blue Striped and Checked Shirtings, Battings, Cctton Flannels, Bed Comforts, Ginghams, Percales, and Prints. Many styles of Prints now shown are su perior to any in this market, and being confined to this House exclusively, will not be seen elsewhere. In , TABLE LLN'EXS AXD T0WELIXGS. Wool Blankets, Crashes, Napkins, Linen Sheetings, and all classes, of Housekeeping Goods, the assortment will be found far superior to that kept by any one House, and prices lower thau elsowhere for same qualities. THE CASSI.1IERE DEPART3IEXT. is especially well prepared for the demands that will be made upon It, as judging irom the past and the fact that this House has al ways been considered "headquarters" for this class of goods a large trade is expect ea. . . U Woolens 01 every oesenpuuu nre mio ivcp. in strvk from the cheapest American makes to the best of Imported Coatings, Pantings, & Over Coatings, also Jeans Wa- tprnroofs. Ladies' Cloths and every- des- i-rintlon of White and Colored Flannels, both twilled and plain, half wool and all wool, which are offered at pnecs mat ueiy competition. TUE DRESS GOODS DEPART3IEXT. It will pay anvone whether desiring to purchase or not to call and look through the extensive variety of Dress Goods kept by this firm the best goods shown in any house from 8 cents per yard to to the finest imported fabrics The BLACK SILKS and BLACK CASHMERES kept by J. W. BAILEY arc Special Brands which he has handled for many years and the first complaint against them lias yet to be heard. In getting a Black Cashmere or Silk it pays to iret something that has stood the tests of years, and they can be had at BAILEY'S at tho prico asked for inferior qualities elsewhere. Trimminc Silks, Trimming Vel vets and Dress Trlmmingsof every descrip tion in endless variety. THE K0TI0S DEPARTMENT. Button Department, Silk and Wool Frimre Depratment, Jewelry Department, Glove Department, Collar and Cuff Depart ment, Zephyr and Wool lam Department, Underwear Department, Shawl and Fur Department, Knit Goods Department and Hosiery Department arc each and every one completely stocked with the best Bar and the choicest goods offered by any House this season cast or west. THE CLOAK AXD SUIT DEPART.11EXT is worthy of special mention, as here can be found Cloaks of every possible descrip tion in Plain, Beaver, Mattelasse and diag onal at prices ranging from $3 up to gar ments worth $10 each. The styles at $5, .C50, 7.50, $8, SO, 810.50, 11.50. .$12. 00 ami 15, arc claimed to be the best at the prices on sole in this market. Ladies Ready-mode Suits stylish and well made at 0.50 each. Better grades at 10, 12.- 50, 15 and 17.50 each. We think that after looking through his stock and learning prices, all will acknowl. edge that nono are prepared to offer better bargains, if as good, as now can be found at. J. W. BAILEY'S, t. Joe MO. Comer 5th and Felix Street. (Agent for Domestic Taper Patterns) D. i, EMEITlfl, WAGONS! WAGON S WAGONE! CALL ill SX1I1 1 HE I.HFICOX'ED RTUDEBAKER WAGON ON HAND AND FOR SAL AT k Mmiw Where yon will also find a complete 8asortmcnt of HAKNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS and ail other articles which compose 111 v line of business. All of which arc reduced down to the BSD ELO CK PRICE JSeast Ztv.om SJrick I.-,.Vorfi aide !tjtiarc. Oregon. .?Xo. IHiHE iS NOT In Holt County a Store That Be gins to Make tne Show of New FALL DRY GOODS THAT R. P. ZOOK & CO. MAKE. Jnst notice on thoir counters and shelves, the more than Marvellous display they make in beautiful NEW SHAWLS, NEW CLOAKS, Tew Dress Goods AND It is Wonderful! the Assortment of Tew Fresh goods they have there in eve ry department. IT'S STRANGE the quantity ot FRESH new GOODS that are ARRIVING EVERY DAY. Onr entire stock is reduced to tho very lowest possible prices If there ever existed any doubt as to where yon should bnv your New Dress Goods nt low prices, it will be dis pelled by examining onr Tre mendous stock, and see our low prices. HP. ZOOK CO, FOREST CITY, .WO. GO TO KING- AND PROUD. Healers in DRUGS. PAINTS MEDICINES DYE STUFFS OILS BRUSHES SOAP GLASS TEAS SPICES TOBACCO CIGARS COAL OIL BOOKS LANTERNS STATIONARY, ETC. PRESCRJPTIONS Fromptlu antl carefully Pre pared. THE EEB SEHHK MACHfflE Indlhe Celebrated WHITE SHDTTLE SEWING MACHINES are kept on hand and all will be sold at better bargain? than you can get at any other place. We also keep a full lino of fixtures. Drop in and see us at the OLD STAND .Yorth Side of Public Saart. Final Settlement. Creditors and aH others iotervatal in the es tate or Warner A Laun-n are hereby notiH.d f-it on the flrst day of-the next Nnvunber term of the Probate four t, I shall make flui settle ment of aaltl estate. Wm. IIAWKO.S. Pnblie Administrator m charge. Order of Publicallo tt. STATU OF MISOL'IU, a cotTNTV or -uult In the l'robute Court ir said Comity August term 1STS. Order r Iublication. Estate of Sarah A iloorc, dec.asvd. Now on this day comes Jacob tjtult3. Admin istrator of the estate of fcarah A. Moore de cease J. lute of said county, and presents to the court his petition praying for an order for tho sale ofcrrUln Ileal Estate ot which thesahl Sarah A . Moore died seized, described as fol Jowa; The northeast fonrth of the northeast quarter ofoectlonKijrht. (f) in township &lxty-tw (Cii of range Thirty-seven, (37), in Holt county Missouri, to pay the debts of said estate; which said petition was accompanied by the accounts, lists, and inrentories.as required by law, show ing that suid estate is indebted and that said debts are unpaid, and that theie Is not Mini cienl assets on hand to pay the same. On examination thereol, it Is ordered by the court that al persons interested in tbe estate of said deceased be notified thai application n aforesaid, has liern made and that unless the. contrary be s&own on or before the first day of tba next terui of this coart to be held on tku 11th day nf November next, an order will be made for the sale of the Iteal Estate in said pe tition desoribed. or so much thereof as shall Ih suOioieiit forthepajmestof .aid debts aud the. exvens.'. of said debts and the expense of stirlt m(v, ami it is further ordered that this notira be pithltoued ut some imvpaper published in said oouuly ol tfuit fr four weeks prior to tho nuxt term of this rourt . STATE Ot MISsOL'itl, I- COUXTT Of HOLT. I. II. II.Kuasel Juthreofthe Probate Court nf lloItcouHly.lMreky eertlfy thai the above is a true copy of the Order of rHfeHentiou therein referred to, as the same appears ut record m my olHes. Witness my lmwl as Probate Judge and the seal of oaraid MMrt, dene at my aie i Oi"An. to sarid enmi ty, Mb. ttrh ijriSrT.tiJnHer, A. 1. lea. Oet. II. K. H. ttUSSBl., Jttdi;.