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VOLUME XXI.
OREGOST, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1885.
NUMBER 25
THE LAST DAYS OF
1885 will soon be numbered and we make this announcement that from this dato until January 1st, we will offer our stock at greatly reduced prices and
we mean every word of it, for example Canton Flannels former Bed Rock Prices 6x4 now 5 cts; 10 now & cts; 12 now 10 cts; 15 now lSya cts; 18 now 16 2-3.
Also all Wool Flannels good weight, a No 1 goods for 27y3 former price 35 cts. We carry a full line of the OelebrtedBroadhead Dress Goods, perfectly fast
colors at a general reduction of 5 cts per yard the best goods in America for the money; try a pattern and be convinced. Men's and Boys' Overcoats, Suits,
and a full line of Underware at a reduction from 15 to 25 per cent. A few Ladies' and Children's Cloaks to close at half price. Also a few Trunks to close at
prime cost, a full line of Boots and Shoes of the best Custom Made Brands the country affords, Bryan & Brown, Selz & Schwab and Blocher & Son, at reduc
ed prices. Our stock is large and the presentpleasant weather has forced us to accept the situation. Let every one that reads this advertisement
come and examine the goods and you will buy them. Rember the place The Great and Only Red Sign Store in Maitland, Mo.
A- "WIHiLI-A.IVIS & OCX
It. V., St. Jo. & C. li. It. JC.
I'UKKST CITY TIM!'. CAUI).
(M)IN(t moktiI.
tMnlt mul Kxireii 2 :1."wn
ir.irllW Kxiin'.Mi '2 ni
VlllNca I'jveuger -I t&ipni
freight 7 iA'miii
VrriKlit , loiflfipni
FrclKlit - X il.un.
uhino Houni,
iMnll and r.xpri'vt t .n.itu
Mt I,Oill i:xprri - t il.Viin
r ililn'.i 1'at-tiiRor !i .f.'i.ini
V .tjtl it .l:o"iii
i ivIkIiI I lUun
D.dly OVOfJil HUffl.iyi. jiD.illy except Hon-
" na. flMlly.
Do nut full to sen tins lted School
House Shoo tit Krcuk & Watsan'a.
Tho best siovo on Ilia market, the
lllhlgo & l)cach,fnr s.ilo bj T. L. Price.
(Set Orr's i:intuloim overall' mul
you havo tliu best, lor suIo by hrotk
& Watson.
Oron & Saegnr, New l'oint, nro
selling i:lothtug ut cost. Go und see
tliuiu utiil be convinced.
If you want tliu be?t Uoot or Shoo
in tho market, go lo Anduisnn & Cum
mins' mul gut ii pair of tho Phelps,
Dodgo & Pnluict's Hoot mul Shoos,
Tho llritlgo & Heaoh Healers, Ilox
nnd Cooking Moves for sale by T. L.
Price.
ltuy tliu John llurg wagon, war
ranted Ihu be-t mid lightest ilralt wag
on on wheels For sale by Anderson As
llnyil.
1 Ins nuy onu examined tho goose
bone? Henry Slcrroll wants you to return
that revolver.
Tho A O. U. W. iuots lo-tnoriow,
Fndny evening.
Go and 1-cii i ho boss light running
wugon at Dun Martin'.
Levi Knnkel IVoni Kaiia Is vli-it
lug relatives In lln enmity.
J.J, lluehai mi l.s now traveling
foi u Kansas City H'od llim.
-Mr.-. Leota Phllbiiek Is vlsliln
lelatlvrs m llr.tddjvillo, lown.
Meyer Post, (J. A. K. meet lieu
Suliiriluy I'venlng, Nov enibor 28ih.
Two good dwelling hoino in Ore
ton for sale or rent. Lewis 1. Moore,
ngent.
Ciiahani Cauii Sons of Veterans,
moots next Saturday evening, Decern
ber f.tli
Well, you linvu'nt brought that
wood yet. When will do it. Wo
want it now.
Jeronna Adkins sold fizteen head
of boas last Thursday that averaged
S10. Puce Si). 12.
llouso and lot In Oregon to trade
for a span ol marcs, li quiro of Lewis
I. Moure, Oiogon Mo
After a pleasant weeks' visit with
friends in oureity, Mi-s Maggie Sohutz
has returiicd to her homo.
The Select Kulghls, A. O. U. W.
contemplnlu having a publio installa
tion ol oflleers Ir. tliu mar future.
Little Jessie Purrish lias been serl-
ou-ly ill sinco lier removal to St.
Joseph. Shu Is now mueh boiler,
Wo iiiidorsland that S. W. Hollts,
lonnerly of the St. Jooph Gazette, will
take hold of Ihu Maitland Monitor.
Do.H full to ceo Sludob.lUer's In)-
Wigons nt D..M . MaitlnV Warranted
tho llghe.t running Wugon On eailli.
MoilaWartln ontertaiiied a number
ol his young fi lends on Saturday last,
on the oci'iialou ol his Miventh birthday
Delia Gtllls, of Mound City, left
Saturday for Tuxa, where sho will
ppenil tho winter tho gue&t ol Miss Ada
Crow.
On tho Ht of Junuary tho St. Jo-
Boph (Jazulto will redueo tliu pilco of
Riibsei'lptlnn on its daily to tlx dollars
Mis. MuijcShadwiok, of Flndlay,
Ohio, who hiii been vl-ltlug Iter tistur,
Mis. Stowarl Kcures, left for her home
last Saturday.
Wo learn that Miss Nedio I'arrlsh
mid Mr. llriutnu, woiomiiuily married
at. Ilin reshlenco of her parents in St.
Ji sopli, last week,
Dr. lluller mid wifu wnru entur
taluud for n. few days tho putt week, by
Mrs, KmmaCook, of Mound City. The
Doctor rcpoits a delilitful visit.
I inako wall puper, window shinies,
heavy building paper, ijluss, paper
hanging, dvcoraling and fauuy paiuling
a specialty, Jno, W. (jreone, Oionon
Mr, U. I). Humps, who has ninny
.warm paroiial friends in this county,
will bo plotiso.to 6arn, that ho has en.
gngud in tho. general uieiohaiidislng at
Uolckow.
A. It, l'aync, ifilll In Iho field
,and Is supplying his iiuniuioiig cusluui.
ors with Ihu uholeust moat lo bo found
In tho market, When you want a cholco
Muak roast or boiling pieeu of nie.itglvo
Andrew a call,
ANDERSON
-DKAl.KliS IN-
AM)
And General Miscellaneous Stock,
OREGON, MO..
Bog leavo to Aiinouuco to tho Publio that they now
havo in Store a Full Lino of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
ancy Goods
CLOTHING,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, paps, Boots, Shoes,
Glassware, Queensware, Etc.
Which they invite the People to Call and In
spect, fooling assured that as regards both
Quality of Goods and Pricos. thev can offor
better inducements than any otho House in
Northwest Missouri.
SHOW rEEBHS h
BOLWA?, The laiffit lUU
inanimolli lnek of Lull mul Mtlei
Cups, Tuinkii, lite.
ft fltTTIfl'O TTniTCII And our nr'.ees
0 D.'lViilm JjIUillj! In this maiket.
Mii-fouii Kvcry depaitment lull mul
mn nnn.nn nf Wilrl AiniMoln t One
1UU UltUOii Ul Willi iUHUlalfl 1 utmrstwitHlheliuest of fabrics. All the lat
est Novelties are here shown.
10 AT) tD 117 ADDTflTK' I 0r bno
11 AMD liAlUUUilO! welghls
nlelp. and wu ''iiarantce uncus us low
stock of lints and CV.)5 eomprises evoryihlntr In the latest Nnveltlm out.
! DTP TJT'MPC1 I We '"'I special altontlon to our Magnllleent stock of Ladies'
4 JjIIT nli'ilJl) ! MNscis' ami Children's mid dents' Merino and Woolen Un
derwear, Hosiery ui.d all varieties i f Knit (Joods.
fl n.V CK VVm Tl A Tl TIT? In
U i'BU VJlhhL riliWlJJfii. Children, uo carry the Largest and Uest se
eeled stock in Moll County, and 1'ilees Iho Lowest.
TlF.TMfl VMTD f'TITITlD1?W To seo our Unequnlled assnitmcnt of Hoys'
DUIIhT lUUn L'lllLUlllllM and ChlMien's School SuilK, School Shoes mid
School Hals. And by nil means gtt them a pair of tho "lied School House
Shoes," the best 111 llio niarKCi.
I TlTiiTTflftTrm unnn .Wo earuesllv
MlUllJUlUrl. f ilM. slock of 1'nll
that after mi exunilniitti'ii, you will look no farther, but buy troni us.
Hespuctlully Yours,
KREEK & WATSON,
OUJ2GON, MYSSOUJU.
V FULL LINK OF
TJioho GontlH nro Warranted for Fifloon Yearn,
and ivu will huII thuiu to yon right. Also on hand
at all Union "Koon Knltcr" Axuh, llatcIiutH, Hiuvh,
Pocket and Ttiblo Cutlery, and tlio Mollnc Plows.
Have two Now Domestic and White Howlnj; Ma
chlncH that I will cIoho out LOW. Call and hoc
uh and we will sell you PIUBT-OLASS GOODS
LOW DOWN.
M k Mi lis Oli KM Mk Wagon,
T. L. PRICE, Oregon, Mo,
& CUMMINS,
& Notions,
ZrXl&X
IJiy tioous, (Jloining, uoois, onoot, uais,
nro iiosilivnlv Iho Lowest over quoted
Our stock Is tho largest In Xorthwesl
t'omplete.
Dicss (Joods Di-paitniont U fllb d to its
of Clothing, Ir. hoi h medium and heavy
lu all Ihu latest styles, Is full and com-
m miv 10110 ill the hlato. Our lararo
Hoots and Shoes, for Ladles', (Jenls and
r.ouot vour Insiioitinii of our uncnual
and Winter (foods, and nro confident
THE CKLEHKATKD-
"I lorgot my pants."
Ilolidny goods nro arriving.
N. II. Itoberta nnd Will Mthorly.
of Maitland, wero entertained Sunday
by sonio of our ladios. Charllo Stor-
rett has returnod from Archie, Mo.
-Prosecuting Attorney fuio, of
Nodnwiy county, ba been Indicted by
tho grand jury now in session at Mary
vlllc. Tho Indictments nro flvo In num
ber charging him with very grtvo of-
fensea.
Tho meetings nt Iho Union scheol
house last week conducted by Lluor
Gardner ol tho Christian church, re
sulted In tout teen additions to tho
church They wero baptised in thn
Christian church of this city on Satur
day Inst.
The old "Dutch dgn" Is.tkat thcro
will bo a many snows during tho win
ter ns Ihu number of tho day on which
tho first one fulls. As tho first snow
fall occurred on tho 12th inst., wo may
look for thnt number during tho com
ing winter.
Johnny Hart was in town Monday
on his maiden tour for llrlttaln, Illch
ardson ft Co., of St. Joseph Ho nev
er looked better In his lilb and wo bo
lleva cru long, he will bo one of tliu
moht popu'ar tourist that runs out of
St. Joseph.
-Ilonnlo llrodbeck nnd May Curry
me visiting in Mound City this weok.
Wo acknowledge a pleasant call from j
John Van (Jundy, of Milton, on Tues-j
day of this week. I.uwrrneu Dennett,
ol Knnns Cit.y, Is visiting his sister,
Mrs. Judge Knowles.
-Tho Union school is prospering In
a highly satUlactoiy maiiuur, In the
charge of Miss Amu Curtis. Tho foll
owing is tho juouthly report: enroll
ment, HOf number attending each day,
days attended by each pupil, 1G:
those pcrloct lu attendance wero Nettie,
Norn and Daisy li ulu, Muudo nnd Kutu
Cm lis.
There at a a few persons lu our
community thank Iho Lird, very few,
who nro so pusilanimous they' will not
ubscilbo for either of tho papers pub
lished here, but have ihu habit of going
around to the business '.iwuscs ami tak
ing tho papers away beforo tho proprl
oiors have even ruad them. This class
of men would rob their mother.
Mr. HeHryNics is now especially
prepuicd to furnisu you with tho best
and popular stoves now known to the
trndn. His long residence nnd fair
dealing has made his name a household
woild lu almost every family In Holt
county. He desires to call your tpeo-
nil attention to his finu lino of tablo
nnd pocket cutlery nnd scissors, which
ho is offoring at very low figures.
Tho Kansas city St. Joseph &
Council llluffs ivtlrjid company madu
payment on Friday last of taxes assess
ed ngaiint them for tlioyo.tr 1835. The
company was charged with $0,002 80
mid pnUI 0,0 1 2.75 for tho credit of tho
following funds; Stato tux, $2079.8G:
County lax, 2050.20; Hoad tax, 108.80
Sehool lax, 1083.36; Forest City tax,
819.40; Crulg tax, 811 07. Tho com
pany this yenr pays noarer tho whole
amount ntso-sed against them on school
taxes than It has for yeius. Thoy pay
U8 17 7" pur cent on the 5100 valuation
this year, ns against Sic on tho $100
valuation last year, and thoy also nmdo
payment about a mouth earlier.
Wu aro Informed th.it thoro Is a
movement on feat, to have somo ol tho
old vrtlumes of real oilatu roa wis re
bound, and that W. II Iliulimd', nt the
request of Judgo Fleming, has boeu in
structed to got tho best terms on tho
woik. Tlnssu records by their loug
sorviec, aro In a very bad condition and
should lo repaired by all mu&tis, and
as Mr. lllchmdi ha) agreed to tender
tho uso ot his abstract books lo the
'public, tor those icoir.ls while being
repaired, there will bo no Inojiivenl
cueo lo thu publio whllo tho work Is
being dono. Tho offor Is a very llbtfral
ono on thu pait of Mr. Uiolinrds, and
no doubt will bu appreciated by thu
people,
A good many persons nro under
the linpiesslon that they have thu right
to hunt on any Inulosura that U not
posted with sign hoards uotlfyiug them
not lo do so. This is a mistake, Tho
boards nro put up by tho turmors to
hhvo annoyance, but nccoruing to tno
stntuto they can prosuulo persons hunt
lug on their lnclosuro, whether posted
or not. Wo copy Sottlou 1CIS i "Every
person who shall bo found hunting with
gun or dog, within tho inolosuro of
another, or shall enter tho samo to
catch or kill gamo of any kind, without,
Iho consoul of tho owner or thu person
in uharge of 8:id inelosuro, shall on
complaint of such owner, or prson In
charge ol such inclosuie, ho fined nut
exceeding teu dollars, " Wu copy tho
(motion lor tho information of hunters,
who may have had a wrong linpiosslon
on tliu subject.
Oyster snppcr to-night, Thursday,
nt Stertott's opera Iloufo.
W. H. Uichards was In Kansas
City on business this wook.
Mrs. Emma Hunter, ot Maitland.
va visiting Mrs. Lotitla l'crklns this
ffcnk,
If you dcslro lo borrow nmncy on
upland farms, don't fail to call on W.
11. Hoffmann.
Preaching next Sunday morning
and evening, in tho At. E church, this
city, by tho pator. All nro cordially
Invited.
Miss Jennie E. Clailln, of Iligolow,
loft Monday fur Syracuse, Now York,
where she will spend tho winter with
her father and other relatlvos.
William Hall was visiting in Uuch.
aunn county last wook. Ho was nocom
pamed homo by hN brother-in-law, Mr.
Lovi Onstot, who Will spend sovcral
weeks hero.
We would ndvlso our renders to
protect their rooms from tho bleak
winds of winter, by using Inghnim's
weather strip. Call on John Inghram
of this city and leavo your order.
Constablo Sale I will sell on Sat
urday, December 5th 1885, In Nuw
Point, a pair ot god, useful horses,
Any wanting n cheap team should at
tend. Edwin Davis, Constable
Wo received a pleasant call Tues
day lrom Will Waller, editor of Iho
Council drove, Kansas, Cosmos, and
formerly one of Iho proprietors ut this
paper, who cnnio to attend tho lloyd
Spoerlo wedding. Ills many trie. (Is
weleomo linn among us, especially tho
red-heaJed tlrls.
One of our county merchants has
got hlmsolf Into trouble by not paying
proper attention to the taking out of
Ids merchant's llceme, and the result
will be a havy line, as tho law pro
vides for a flno of not less than llfly
nor more than $5,000. Our mnichauts
aro very careless abnnt this mutter, and
thoro am somo otlurs that will gut
themselves in trouble unless they give
this matter their attention.
The C. II. Q pny car ciijlnc going
south FrhUy evening, rnn lu to the
fence gang half mllo noith of Foro-it
City, completely demolishing tho baud
car and mashing tho light hand of A.
Wilde, ono of tho lenco gnng. Dr.Hul
look, of Forest City, tho company's
surgeon amputated Wildo's littlo finger
and tho patient Is now gutting along as
nicely as could bu oxpuctcd. It was a
nanow e.eape for the entiro gang.
Mr. Meyor, teacher of the New
Point seiiool scuds us tliu following re
port for tho month ending Noyember
20th. Days taught, 20; ei.r.illment, 08;
dtys nttondauco of all pupils, 1,181;
Hver.ige daily attendance 59; average
No. of days attogded by each pupil,
17 25-08; thoso perfect in attciidaneo,
weru: Ollio, May and Wilson Hunts
man, Guy, Harlan and Hello Uoborts,
ltosa and Idi Oreu, Struther and Myr-
tlo Hragg, Edgar, Juko and Myrtlo
Oren, Lafo and Jim Kuukol, Hob. and
D.m. Hosivoll, Oia (Iralnm, Myrtlo
Delfenbaugh, Elwood McDonald, Owen
Alkius, llobt I luui in, John I'rouscr,
Oweu Leur, Ora Howctt, Hugh Dow-
ncy, John Von Alman,
Wo undorslaud that the Darlington
& Missouii Itiver railroad company is
now placing a contract for building n
permanent bridgo across tho Missouri
river from Uub. Nebraska, to Hoswoll
In this countT. Tho construction of
tho bridge is to b comraouced this win
ter and will bo completed early In Iho
spring of 188G. The plan upon which
the plots aro to bo sunk can bo carried
out much bettor In winter than in sum
mer. When tho bridgo I completed It
Is expected that iho H. &M. company
will run its t hrotigh trains from Douver
over tho four miles of track from Hos
well to Napier, know ns tho St. Joseph
& Nebraska railroad, mid from that
point over tho K C. road through St,
loit'pli to Kaunas City, and rice versa
with tho trains from Kansas City to
Denver, Instead ot running on the
Kansas side of thu river a.1 thu trains
aro being run at present.
Tho situation in tiado oirolos has
bcou quiet. Thoro aro reports from all
quarters that tho volumo of business
has been falling off. This Is notably
tho aso In dry good', tho irou and
huidwaro trades, giocorios, llonr.graln,
provisions, etc, Knttil business ap
pears to ho disappointing In most cltlea,
which Is a fuatuio more or less men
acing to Jobbors, wholosalo douluis and
manufacturers. Tho weather condi
tions navo boon decidedly Inauspicious
to ihu trade of Iho season, and nro no
doubt largely accountable for thu lull
in business, but it Is manifestly true
that tho deirrea of improvement In
trade which tho country hua boon nn
ttclpatlug and which speculation lias
been discounting can not possibly bo
experienced Just yet, without a much
grcator degree of confidence among
capitalist. A slight Improvement has
been nolluubloln Uto lire stock mark.
IP. J". ZILLBS.
WATCHMAKER m JEWE
Silver Plate!
Ware,
Silver Plate!
Table Ware,
ELGIN, WALTHAMS, HAMPDEN, SPRINGFIELD
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, EIGHT and OHE DAY
WALNUT CLOCKS,
The Best ail! Largest Selection of Jewelry Ever Shown In tlie County.
Keimlrlii"; Dono on Short Notice.
New Homo and St. John Sewing Machine, Needles, Oils and At
tachments for all Kinds of Machines.
OREGON, MISSOURI.
I AM PREPARED
TO KNOCK THE EYE OUT
OF
ANY HAN
-A V CM.
HEATING AND
TABLE AND P0CKES CULTERY,
If you want to s.-wo money, wood, und knep your rooms heat
ed at nn oven tcmpor.ituro, call nud buy ono of Iho celebruted
Peoria Heatino- Stoves !
Oyer sixty of Ihciu already sold. Don't t:iko our word fur it,
but ask thu following gcutlcmeu who aro using them:
James Soott,
E, VauBuskirk,
Clark Irvine
Repairing. Rolling, Guttering
Attended to.
8-f a JIL JUi
iY : L
ON
Improved Farms
At a Low rato of Intoreat.
IJorrowor to luivo iirivllego
ol' paying oil' loan at any
tinio. IJest lorins yot onor
ctl, No dolay. Monoy on
nttnu, titll on or audrosH,
J. FOSTKll M.VIlHIlAli,
JMouud City, Mo.
Money Loan
-on-:
l'lonso cat! hiicI mt torun. ami you w 111 be cou
viuccd that th rates nnd terms nro tliu Ion n
mul most ssUsfwtmy ytt ulttuml, AiUlrcvu,
W. II, JIoh-iia.nn, Orrcoii, Mo.
LADIES,
Previous to tho heavy advance In Cloaks
and Cloaklugs, we purchased from one of
the leading Cloak Houses a few large
Special Lois which we have placed on
sale at a exeat reduction on former prices
for this line of goods. Whllo the sslcc
tlon Is made aj to quality, it was also
made with the view of helling nt tho very
lowest possible prices, ann we ask the
ladles of this section to call and olve us
a chance to show as well as self these
goods. 'Wo have also taken abvantage 'Of
mo wooien gooas market ana ibiu in a
special line which we Invito your atten-
lionAnderson & uummins, uregon, Mo.
'Cull und see our samples. of wall
papor. fresh now goods.nt thu lowest
prices, Kritek & WtiUon.
hu
Imcroved
fiolil R'BEfi,
t
ctia rccs,
Silver ThiffltlES,
ON STOVES!
LINK 01'-
COOK STOVES,
SCISSORS, TINEWARE, ETC.,
Albert Rooeker,
D. S. Alkiro,
and many others.
and Job Work, Promptly
Oregon, MlHHonri.
Sprlngllold, Mo., November 18. Tho
news of tho sppnlutmcnt of Win. II.
Ilipkln ns I'ostnmsler hero wns same
whnt of :i Supnse, tho chnnces eener
ully bulng conaldereil lu favor of II. J,
Nuwsome. It Is now supposed I lint the
nt ter's fiickdslup with Scnnlor Cock
rell militated agaiiut him. Mr. Uljiklu
is n good nud coinpoteut nun. Until
about ihu mouths ugo, wheu ho went
Into the yitrtuuiship with J, M. Doling,
ho wns running a store in North Spilng
fluid, and some were opposed to him
oh tho ground that ho Is ideniilled with
our blstor city. The olhur npplleiuits
fur tho oftlcchnd good local suppnit,
of pcalully J. (J. Neivblll, editor of tho
Kxpicss, who wus Indorsed by Hourly
thu entire Domocrutlo Central Com
mittee, tho county oflleers, railroad
men, tcachcrtf, ministers, businces men,
elo , couscuunutly it is charged with
apparent plausibility, that iho appoint
ment wus bosed.
THE WAR
Between Servla and Dulaarln continue!
and the war on extravagant prices is now
going on at Anderson &. Cummins store.
They have, an excellent nualltv of calico
iii u yarus lor une uouar. Think ol tins,
win you.
Iteh und Soralohes of eyery kind
cured In 30 mtuutos by Woolfords Sani
tary I.ollon. Uso no other. This nover
fails. Sold by lliudo & I'JulUiok Drug,
guts.
I huvo bought out Iho firm of
(irooue Ilros. A Co,, und Invito all our
old ciiPlomeis to cull nnd examlno my
uuw nud handsome stock of window
shades nud wall paper, ,1, V. (.rcene.
-Go itml see T. I. rrleonnd buy on
of the .celcbrutud Dridgo & lleucli
stoves. Ho carries n lull hue of IletU
g, Dox and Cooking stores.
Sheriff Cummins and II. T Alkiro
went to Craig Moddny.
Tho llagby school wo lionr, Is
flourishing in tho bauds of P. M. Fllnn.
Mrs. Hev. I'legenbaum, of St. Jo
seph Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mlua Curry.
Messrs. William nnd Fritz Uhl
man, of St. Joseph, ntlonded tbo IJnyd-
Spocrlo nuptials.
Last week, YV. A. Gardner sold
thrco bend of IloUtelnos, to John Wet-
more, Oneida, Kansas.
William C. Andes Ims completed
his now and commodious cntllo barn.
S. U. Wnmplur is doing tho painting lu
it woikinniillko manner.
On Monday last, whilo Will Me
Nnlty was driving cuttle, his hoiso
stumbled throwing him to tho nround.
Uo fortunately escaped without injury.
l'hillp Koluior, Holt county's wor
thy poor farm snperlntcndant, has pur
chased tho Daily farm north of Forest
City. Lewis I. Mooro negotiated tho
Dale.
Agents wanted to canvas for tho
Personal Momors of U. S. Grant. In tho
townships of Hickory, Clay, Liberty
and Denton. Apply to J. M. Cooksoy,
Forbes, Mo.
All pcrfons knowing themselves
Indebted to Dan M Martin, either by
noto or account mist duo. nro most car.
neslly requested to call and fettle, as I
must navo money. n M Mahtin.
--Wo nndoisland that tho oltlzens ot
Napier, In this county, will have n mass
meeting somo time next week, nnd pe
tition tho penitentiary commissloncis to
locate the brnncli pcnltcntiaiy nt that
place.
Tho series of meoling still contin
ues at tho Union school house, with
niMch interest. Thoro nro seven mnro
ofinvertK, who will bo baptised nt Iho
church lu this city on to-monow, Snt
hi day. Services at 10 00 am.
Thr concert nt tho M. li. church on
Tuesday evening, given by tho pupils of
Mini Noltlo Gardner, under tho uuspi
ees of tho Voting Woman's Temper
ance L'ulon, was of the highest order,
and was superior to anything of the
kind over given in our city. Thu au
dience wns Hot as largo ns tho outer
inlninont deserved, which wo regret.
In selecting a holiday gift, thoro ais
none moro (.liiglily nppruiated by
lovers of the good, than thoso selected
from n well blocked jowolry etoro. Mr.
Zllles, of this city Is now laying inj.his
holiday goods, anil you should go and
tuko a look tit his stock. If ho has'nt
what you want, ho will order for you.
His goods nro cheap nnd of tho best
standard makes.
The Woman's Union will havo ,
sociable and taffy pulling, on Wednes
day evening, December 2d, nt iho resi
dence of W. II, Frnmo. All lovers of
the sweets nro cordially Invited. Tho
following is tho literaiy part of tho
program; Heading, Mis. Kate Thatch
er.; Kssay, Kmma Dobynsj Scloctlou,
Mrs. L. ChriHiluu; Uccitntmu, Lucy
Rancher; Heading of Constltutiou,Mrs.
Tilhe Shutts.
On Monday last n tkiff was found
on tho bank of tho river near Judgo
Quick's place, in which wore found a
pair ol No. C boots slightly worn anil
also a watch with Iho namo of "J. K.
Ileuder " engraved on tho caso,
and lion- tho skiff was found a pocket
book riflud of its contents, Hither somo
ono has been fouly dealt with, or it Is
thu skiff used by tho highland burg
lars.
lion, K. J. Kollogc's youngest
child, n littlo boy aged eightrnu months
wns killed on Saturday evening last, by
being kicked or otherwise Injured by a
mule. Thu child had not boon trom
under Mrs. Kellogg's obsorvatton long
or than thrco minutes, when upon look
ing out at the door for tho whereabouts
of tho littlo follow, sho saw him undor
tho heels ot a tmilo that had been hitch
ed near by ; and, upon picking up tho
chil l sho discovered that he wns daug
orously hurt in fact, dying, Mr. and
Mrs, Kellogg luivo tho sympathy of a
large olielu of friend, in their toio at
Ihetlon. Dan flulalt seems to havo a bushel
of trouble with his cattle. It will bo
remembcroj that Inst year ho lost twon-ty-flyo
head of caltlo from dry murrin
or black leg. On Tuosduy last Mr. Hu
nil I found that ho had lust u young
steer lrom what hu supposes to bo tho
sumo cance, The uiilmal when found
had been dead but a few hours, its hind
Jogs from Its body nud the foro log
from knee fulnt down teemed to havo
been pounded to jelly, whllo they wete
ns black .ns Inr; thu head was also la
tho unmo ooudition. Information Jor
treatment and lomedirs mil bo kindly
received by Mr. Iluintt, whose jxistoX
flco address Is Oregon, Mo,

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