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mSHf AT EflRPQT PITY J M F0B:D has a ffreat variety of Special Bargains, and win give you Astonishingly Low Prices. GaTSStefc.
l&IVGr M I rUliL&J I III I I see his Immense Stnnlr of Rrt-rin? H-nnHa Plrvrrc TTa tivators, Brown's Corn Planters,Moline nnd John Deere Corn Drills,the best Lister in use,Saddles,Harness,Bry Goods,Groceries,Boots & Shoes III IKI I J IT R VOLUME XXI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886. NUMBER 48. Anything in tn Want e List Below IF SO, SEE HOW The Prices Suit You : Chambers, Marnev & Co., 503 AND 503 1-2 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH, Will hye the following seasonable attractions on salo this week n pood many of the prices mined cannot be duplicated in St. Joseph hence those inter orted will do well to study this list carefully nud then call and sec tbo goods before they make their purchases: Tbrrc Special Bw&ilm in Black firoi lir.iln Sllka : 1 l..tl.Wperyarl.frS2!4c I 1 lot S1.2S per yard, fur fl.m VlhrM Prl for Ooe Wwk Onlj. l lot 41.60 rrjr.int. for I.S8)4cl HandKome Printed Lawn from 3 Kc yt )'nl up. at Special Hale. Craduatlng Suit In Wool, Albatros Clotli. French T.lllo, Canvas, Ealuatue and Tckla Cords, In w niie ana urcara. ttainmar Hllkn at Cost to close all broken 11m s. (iraduatlng Costumes In Egyptian Lace ; also hatntsoiKo Embroidered farts Muslin Robes full lt-URia. Knbroldcrrd Skirts with narrow widths and all over Embroidery tn mnlcli. In Cream and Whit J00 Lndtat' liandsouie new White Kihbreldercl Hot- Patterns, from tl.25 per Pattern up. 3 W IItcm American and French Hatlncs, very choice new patterns mid colon, prices from IS to tocroiaprrvara. n rieec French Zephyr Ginghams, solid colors lln Cbtckn, Plaids and Stripes, prices from 15 cents per yant tip. as Ilecea Plaid and Checked Nainsook, twenty-seven Inches wide. 8 M cents por yard. IS Plrcen Plain India IJneii. twenty-eight liicheswlde. 5 cents per yard. f2 rieres Tlain India Linnii thirty-two Inches wide, R i cents per yard. A Piece naln India IJucn, fort) -one Inches wWe, 1X4 ctmti per j ard. SO Dozen Ladle Handsomely Emliroidrrrd r-uiw-t, all sizes. White and Drab, double steels front and nacK, at cents, worm inree umex um pnec. Over IXMiivw 1'atAsols.lwItk more tu arrive and Him Umbrellas In all the new shape and col ors, plain and lae-triiumed, at nearly Z per crut. less tlian they weie List year. Hundreds of Prettv Jfoveltlfs in K:ins, Including; the Mikado In pl.iiu white, erlmldered and colors. Klille'aJid ralnred. ."vittii Kans in all the new designs, Gauze Faus, and Japauese ana in uotenirs. irwm uiioen cenis 10 ten nnnars eacn. Over SO different entirely new styles In Ktichmg hi Crepe. LI.Je and and Silk bands, from Are rent io seeniy nre cents per yam. An e.xq,aiP line of ltatlste and chauibrey colored embroUleriei vtltb goods to match In blur, hnivtii. ttlnk mid white and blurk. tmm IRcenLs tofil.no uervard. Sixty dozen Iulles' Colored and Hlack Lisle Thread Cloves, nice quality eixht-buttnu lcnsths. twruty-Ove crnts a pair, Kood valae at forty ccuts. Tweuty-Uve dozen ladles' Flve-Buttnn Kid lllovcs, street fbades, at slxty-sercu cents. 'VVIIl empire wltb any tfallsr slovu tu tills market. Fifty dozen Ladies' full rccnlar made lll.ick Cotton Hom: at Rftceu cents. Would he cheap at iweuiy-nte tents. Fifty dozen ladles line rcrn'ar KalbrlEgaii, Ulack, Colared and Striped Iloso.at twenty-litre cents. i;ood value t tb'rt J -five certs Pifty dozen IjHdlcs' Hlsrk and Colored IJ!e Tliread Hrse at is cents ; a better quality at is cents iuesv j;ooas neea cjitinoi c; inatcucti in m. .tosepii. Hoys' Wblrt Wnists ; a full line of the Celebrated "St 'r.' Wal-t. bet ilttirK v.al-t. made :ill size Latent patterns tn ln;tit and dark colon, from T5 cei.tn up. Alu a full line f other (jua'itks. Itabies' Mull aud Embroiderrd Caps, all the new shapes, fropi SO cents tn ti.W each. Babies' Loin; Cloaks In Casbmeie :md Jersey Flounce fron: S2.-.5 to Jis.oo. llables' Short tloaks Mother llubknj Myle. :J cloaks tvltb Iohr walk's, aud box plaited skirts, nil colon, from 93.00 up. Full line of Ruuze underwear for ladies, Krntlesncii And children. In all prices Notice the In ducements wc are sun twcnuK in laee cunnuis ami u&iLicf. Handsome line of nntloue lace tidies ralitrlns tniin lie uii : haudviine line of Xottlnsham and applkiun Iwv Kdles, novelties in .I:ip?urse. Tiitkiih anil t hriK'hct tldtes ; bandkomc line of lace dm sets, tureo pieces. , ?ziuperse( auu upwxius. Handsoree line ef lace, caaibric and linen pillow shams, eitiluoid, ml piauo coven from $4,j0 up. Kew dettns In embroidered stand and table rover--, Turkish bath towels, a verv lar;e Rtm-k at Si'. 19, Kit, IS. IS. 2s-nt and upwards. Unen lap ndes75. Sfl eenlsand $1.00 upwards. Ladles nre reqnstsl to call for one of out- hauilMituely illustrated "l'rii-c 1 Jst" of ladies and catiiiivira "Muunc ana musun unaenvear. If the above list sumresti anvthlnc von have to buy this SDrlnr. call and look over our nreseut stock. It offers attractions both a to'variety to select Iftu and low pricts unsurpassed. If equaled, by any bouse doing business In the MRsouri Valley. Chambers, Marney. & Company, 5(3 AND 50.3 1-2 FELIX STREET, ST. JOE, MO. For the cheapest and best Mixed Paints and Wall Pa per, same quality, as sold by J. W. Greene, wo will guarantee tp sell it to you cheaper than he can buy it. M1NDE & PHILBRICK. A Great HAS STBUCK Oregon issoun9 And has caused great destruction in high prices of Dry Goods. Below is a few of the many : If Half Wool Dross Goods 12 l-2c, worth i'Oc. Half Wool Fancy Drest Goods. 15c, worth 25c. Kaucy Mohair Diess Guods,20c worth SOc. 3G Inch Half Wool Cashmeres, 30c worth 40c. Summer Silks, 37 l-2c worth W)c. Fnucy Plaids, 2-"ic wnh 35c. titKMl Check Ginghams. 6 1 4c worth 8 1 3e. Host Check Gtugbauis, 8 1 3c worth 12 l-2c. Fancy Lawns, 4 l-2c worth C l-4c. Dress l'laid Ginghams, 10c worth 12 l-2c. Dress Plaid Ginghaiu3, 12 1 2c worth 15c. st Fancy Prints, 5c worth 7 l-2c Cotton Brecadn Dress Goods, 5c worth a l-3c. Cheviots, 8 l-3c worth lCc. Cheviots. 10c worth 12c. Cheriots, 12 l-2c worth 15c. Tahlu Linens, 50c worth 65c. Table Linens, 45c worth 60c. Table Linens, 35c worth 50c. Linen Crash, 8 1-Sc wot th 10c. Linen Crash, 10c worth 12 1-zc. Linen Crash, 12 l-2c worth 15c. Linen Towels, 12 l-2j worth 15c. Linen Towels, 15c wiRh 20c. Linen Towels, 20c wenh 80c. Ladies1 Linen Collars 5c worth 10c. Handkerchiefs, 5c worth 10u. directs, $1.00 worth 81 25. Ladies1 Shoes. $1.50 worth' 2.00. Ladies' Shoes. $2.00 worth 2 .50 Mens1 Plow Shoes, 81.25 w orth 4.50 Fiuu Diesv Shirks, SI .00 worth 1.25. And pll other goods just as cheap. You will always find prices the same and a little below competition. Call and see us and get prices before making pur chases. Ever ready to show goods. Can show the most complete line of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ever before shown in the county. To be convinced, come and see. Yours Very Respectfully, JOSEPH Northeast Gorner Square I nnst heartily recommend Dr. Jones Ktd Clover Tonic to all who may be suffering fr0m.4lyspep.is, constipaif 11, general lassitude, or any of the nume rous complaints arising fiom a disoi ttercd liver. Have used the Clover Tonic In my family for years, and it nl was gives satisfaction. Should any one the orifnn of this testimonial they can be convinced by sending a self-nd-d rested P. O card to Cb.s G. Arnis fetroog, Monticcllo, Tlatt Co., 111. FITTS, OREGON, MISSOURI. LADIES' SHOES FOR ONLY H. K. E. Kelley, of Maitlund, is piospecting in Kau:is. Ed. Davis, of Craig, is the most talkative juror on the panel. A. G. Young is building an addi tion to his Forbes residence. Services at the M. E. cturch Sun day event 112 at eight o'clock. Joshua Dyer, of Forbes township, is lying very low with lung disciua. James T. Eider has a very sick child. Dr. Peyton was called to attend him. The railroad company is making preparations to build a new depot soon at Forbes. t Key. C. W. Miller wiil preach in Forest City next Sunday morning at 10:30 oV-Iock. Capt. Kauehcr is in Stewartsville, this week, putting 111 some milling lm piovcniemeuts. Wiu. S. Thatcher, of Macon City, father of Dr. Thatcher of this city, is visiting his sou. Call and sec the Deer i 11 z Binders and Mowers at Cass1 blacksmith shop, before you buy. The wheat prospects along the Tar klo Uottom are better than have been known for yents. House aud small orchard near town for sale or cash rent. Enquire of W. U llodmaiiu. Charley Donovan and wife, Jacob Harmon and wile, nnd Will Everhart have all returned Horn their California trip. Crit Wells, of Forbes, returned hoit'e last Saturday from Colorado, fat and sissy, and will stay with pup in the future. Forbes1 genial section forctuan.Roe Morgan, is building n handsome resi dence, indicating a permanent position as a railroad man. A. J. Koss and wife and John Blum and Utility of St. Joseph, were m Forbes Sunday attendii'g.the funeral of Uncle Levi Devorss. S. M. Shirley went home from Ore gon on Saturda) evening last, and re ceived a general hand-haking from his many friends a just verdict. "Dora" a teiuperanco drama i in rehoraal for Um oeucfit of the Woman's Tauiperance Union of this city, uuder the supervision of Otto Krause. The Embroideries this Spring arc Very Cheap, and Styles arc unsurpassed for beauty. Give us a call. I1H FETEU, Oregon, Mo. Wilson & Quick have laid the foun dation for a house 011 their lot on black jack hill iu Forbes; when completed, the new druggist of that place, Mr. Winstou will occupy it. All mcmbeis of Graham Camp, Son of Veteraus, are cordially inriicd to meet with Meyer Post, G. A. K , at their hall, on Saturday evening, of next week, May 81 h, at S o'clock. There is said to he a gootl plant for a saw mill in the Sharp's grove set tlement. There is a good demand for native lumber, and there are three good shipping points Craig, Corning aud Milton. S. M Shirley has repaired his res idence at Forbes, and iiio ed frum St Joseph to that place. There is souie talk 'of several other St. Fosrpbiles moving to Fttrhcs in the near futuie. '1 hey arc welcome to Holt, the garden spot ot the continent, and m doubt the people of Forbes would bo glad to call them fellow townsmen. A ripple of excitement, was caused here last Sunday by the lact that near ly all who had eaten ice-cream at the festival civen by the ladies of Christian church the night before, had been takeo violently ill. Much speculation as to he canse was rife, but investigations md lets made since then seem to con- theory that it was caused bv the milk fro 11 cows that had been ratinr noxious or poisonous weeds. We art- glad tn learn that all the parties who were taken sick have fully recovered. Craig juetcor. The Womans Temperance Union of this city will ho'd a utisiness meet ing of unusual intctest at their room, 011 next rriuny alteration at three o'clock, for the purpose of closing u the b'isiiiess of the fiscal year. e ec:iiif a new pruidcnt and cht.-oirg delegates U the county convention to 00 held at John Uilsenbeck has returned from his visit to Germany. The financial statement r-centty 'pubVhed shows Atchison cuuntyto be $24,8:0.85 iu debt. Don't forget that W. U. Hoffmann has money to loan on upland farms at low rates of interest. Messrs. Gelviu & Maurcr, have, during the past two weeks, shipped thirty-six car loads ot cattle. The grade cards for the scholars of the Second Primary department can be IimI by calling at Treasurer Zachman's oflice. Gertie, the little four-year-old daughter of James B. Payne leceivtd severe injuries by falling out of a tree last Friday. liir.de & Philbrick guarantee to sel you wall paper, same quality us sold by J. W. Gtue ne, from three to five cents less on the double roll than you can buy from htm . Mrs. Teathy E. Herring, of South Pueblo, Colorado, desires inlormation of the whereabouts of her brother, W. It Denton, who at one time was a resi dent of Mound City. F. S. Iddinys has gone to Nebras ka, where he is engaged in selling the IIiigke?;& Ilerrcll's combination ladder. It is one of those thiogs.tbat is "handy to have about the house." St. Louis, Mo , April 16, 1886 Palter cables us from Oran, Algiers, North Africa, the only government lield trial tips year, awards Wood's mower litst prize gold medal. -The little daughter of Dr. Parrish, of Maitlund, was biiten in the face by a dog one day last week, and while the bite is a severe one.it is not thought dangerous. We trust the little one will fully reenver. The members of Meyer Post are earnestly requested by the commander, to meet at their ball on Saturday eve ning May 8th at 7 :30 fm. No muster ing of recruits will be had as the meet ing will he a union of the members ot the Post aud the Sous of Veterans. Professor Kellogg opened his se lect school Monday morning with a Mrs. Tillie Shutts is visaing friends j in St. Joseph. Thomas McDowell is now at Blanehard.Iowa. Miss Cora Sterrett spent Sunday in St. Joseph, visiting friends. J. S. Eggar of Bigelow, is suffering from the effects of ivy poisoning. N. W. Flasig, ot St. Joseph, will open a billiard ball in this city next week. Bob. Howell has returned from Kansas, where he exchanged bis team f'jrn timber claim. Uncla Gemecker has retnrned from an extended visit to friends aud relatives in" Kansas and Nobraska. Gharries Anibai has taken up his abode lor the season with Frank Brid;. moUf of, Bigelow township. ; J. L. Chuniug, W. L. Catron, Lee Chuning, Bob. Bridgmon, nnd George Dix are preparing to go to Dakota. - Chambers. Marncy & Co., 503 and 503 1-2 Felix Street, St. Joseph, have a price-list 111 this issue that should be tead by everybody. Uncle Johny Brtdgmon of Bigelow, has just completed sonic important 1111- lmprovcraents to his home. Henry Wagner Was the artist. , Mrs. Albert Chuning, Miss Jennie Haigler, of Mound City, and Mrs. F. KL Allen, of Craig, were visiting Iriend in Bigelow the pas; week. Key. H. Kiemer, this city, h attend ing the Missouri Distiict Meeting of the German M. E. Western Conference la session at Scdalin, this week. This is a fact and wo mean it We will sell the Best Mixed Paints cheaper than they can be bought by J. W. Greeno. HINDE & PIIILBIUCK. Mrs. Mary Sterrett -left last Tues day for Si. Louis to be absent i-everal weeks. During her absence her millin ery store is in the charge of Mutes May Curry and Maggie Martin. Billy Fields and Miss Anna Mer rill were married at the hotel last Thursday evening. It was a verv quiet Wi-dding, onl y a few lutiuiatu f riends being present. To the teachers of Holt County: lillllU ilUIUUCl Ul IJHfMlS UlUSOUb. 1 fit! I . , ., . P.:es,or is an excellent teacher, and ', U,ose wl!,h,n" ,H m,uu;' ! those who desuc to send their children should do so at once ami get the benefit of the opening of classes. Maitlaud Herald. . The Holt County Herald . published at Maitland by T. A. Carver, made its appearance iaat week. It is a live col umn quarto, wen primed antl neatly made uo, aud seems to be well edited. Wc welcome Mr. Carver to Hull cntintv and trust hi enterprise will proyc proiiiame. The following letters remain un called for al the Oregon postollice: Mat Cordray, Ira A Davis, Nelson Ho t-how, Edward Jewett.Alfred G Kinder, Mary L Loxg, Arthur Miller, Charles Nolaud, Lphram Osboru, Auna It Wil- burn, Mis John Willie, Henry C Wiight, Geo JJook.: Postal cauls for Mis W. W. Hanuou, K W Thomai, T J Smith. Word was received in this city last Wednesday evening that J. C. Hop per, a well-known young man aud high ly respected teacher of this county, who was traveling in Kansas, was kill ed in a cyclone, or rather from the effects of injuries rcceircu while In the storm. We d not vouch for the above, but hope that it is only tumor, and that J. C. will turn up all O. K. All ladies who arc interested in the proper observance ol Decoration Day, ate invited to meet with Meyer Post aud Graham Camp at Post Headquart ers on Saluiday evening, May Stir, at eight o'clock. The object of the meet ing is to foim and appoint committees to act in unison with the G. A. K. in the observance of the day. Don't neg lect this meeting, ladies, for it is a work iu whic'J a 1 can. heartily engage. The times have been hard for the last two years und many of our sub scribers are behind. We have been lenient, but our expenses ara heavy, and it you will only come up and pay what jou owe and one full year iu ad vance, you will greaMy oblige us. We are giving you us good a local paper as th-re is in the state. It is a source of pride uot onlv to us but tu the coun ty. Help us along, not only by paring (hoaie in Sharp1 Grovu in auvaucc, out utiiig us a new buo- .scriber. Ouo of the nnisauces that ought to go is the tobacco chewing younu man, who decorates the floor and embellish c the dresses of laCies at the opera house during a performance, or at churches on Sunday evenings. One ot the signs of the tiuies is to know that in Harrn-bnrg, Pennsylvania, suit has lcen brnugbt against one of these biped hogs, who ruined a cbtuvh carpet dur ing one evening's chewing perform ance. It was publicly announced in the church that he would have to buy a new piece of cat pet, or htatid n law vuit Craig, May 27 nnd 2Sth, It is hoped for damages and a criminal suit fur mis hat all the members will think it a du- demeanor. ty to he present. There are lifty-ciuht members in the society; three have moved away in the last year, and one, grandmother Allen, was called to the home eternal. Much good has been accomplished for the cause ot lemoer- ance, an.i an v one wisuing to aiu in the 1 ,11.TC(1 in chnst ghe lwJ(.ame guou nuik, win i;ioij weicoiueu A great manv of our leaders have "-Sowing and Heaping" is the sub ject of your next Sunday school lesson. Christ is now as eager to sayo us he was when be talked to the woman at the well. As soon as this woman be asked us where is Sharp's Grove? We will try aud tell where and how it is Situated It is inlhe north nee t part nl Holt county. It is about three miles wide and lour miles Ions: is bounded on the west by Big Turkio, on'thc ea-t AT IRA PETER'S, CAN'T BE JJEATEX FOB $3.00 houses, tbe Star and Brush College; the Starts in the nonnern putt and Bru.h College in the southern part. It has one church. Baptist; one excellent flour mill, one sorghum lactoiy, one tobacao raiser, ond poultry raiser, a blacksmith shop, three good mechanics, two good gardeners, one painter, and two good teacher. The res' are good, substantial farmers and stock misers. They have school eight or nine mouths every year in the n-ighboi hood ; they have preaching three times a month, twice by Rev. Khodcs. Baptist, and once by Rev. Hedgpeth, South Method ist. Sabbath c!iool every Sunday morning at ten o'clock. The Springr Styles of Ginghams are to be had at Ira Peter's in a Larger Va riety than ever before off ered to the PEOPLE. a mission nry, as every d sciple should. Te'liug others what Jesus has done for us is the most powerful of all arguments to ue iu effoits to bring others to him How happy Christ was iu bis work ef doing good! It was his meat. It our lives are miserable why not try his wiy? mere are always some places already by Little Tarkw. It has two school , ..whe iIHrvt. Te earnest disi ciplf will ba looking for these among the young, If not arooi-g tbe old, the poor it not the rich. The "wages" of those who work with Christ.are sure and abundant and evertn-ting. He is a paymaster who is able and willing to pay well; and he never forgets. They, whose lot it i to be always sowing and seldom reaping, need not despair. Tbe harvest is st-melimes long delavrd, and it would never come were thete u pa tient sowers, aud our Saviour assutes us that at lastsow--;rs nnd-rf aper- shall re joice toethefThe religious, and other privileges we enjoy are the fruit of past sowings; "other men labored," and there we and onr children are so rh lily blest. Are we as taithlullv sowing for those who are to come after u? the subject of alcohol and hygieiu, for inlermediate departments and the Child's Primer, Ileal: h Primer, can be supplied by calling on Mrs. S. I. (Io li.i, Supeiintendeiit of Scientific Tem perance Instruction. That reliable boot and -hoc lirm, Mnr'ow & Brewster, 411 Felix Street, St. Joseph, MinSoiiii, comer t tUe front Cm week and invite the people of Hols county lo call and inspect their sloe!, when in the city . They, iv-t only agree to sell you the best ::ood.-i, but guaran teo to save you from 2'J to 25 per cent, on all purchases. The new bor.rd of aldermen held Iheir first regular meeting Tuesday eve-dng, and but little business wa transacted, aside from tilling the :p pointiye ollii'iiis which were as follows: uity attorney, S. F O'Ftllou; c erk, D P. Dobyns; collector, H. E. Itiiiuett; street commissioner, D. L. Nipher; assessor, II. T. Alkiie. The devices to scenic money by sharpers of the present (lay arc aslon i-hing to any one who will mvcsiigati the various methods used. It would seem that the rapidly increasing crim inal I'st, e-p-ciaily the crime of forgery. would place people on their guard and iuflueucu them to treat strangers with movccaiitiou. But no sooner is one scheme for defrauding the unwary laid bare than another, equally as cunning, is resorted to. It is mho the people were finding out that it is never site to Irust a inan -until ycu know something about him. Handsome cbtouios wero ptinted at this otlice this week for the celebrated high bred tto'ting stallion, Athal, own ed bv D. M Mat tin and groomed bv the world-renowned Ki Phelps, one of the best horsemen in tho state. Alhal is a bright mahogany hay, 6 years old 16 hands high and weighs 1300 pound-. Athal was sired by Star Hatiibletouian. lie will make the present seasen al Mr. Martin's stable, opposite the Star sta bles in 'his city. Farmers and stock men before breeding their males should see this horse. For description, petiigree aud terms see hills. IVni. II. Lawrcuce, died at his on Thursday i.a. pril 2'Jth, aged thirty-six year. H had been a resident f the county since 1855, having came to this conn') with his parents from Pike county. Unio. He was a man ot warm friend ship, charilabte opinions and strong moral convictions Whlie the deceased was not a member of any religious denomination, he was a firm believer in a supreme being and the immortality of the soul, and felt his responsibility to the gieat Father of us all. Although an invalid the gre.Ver part ot hN life. he had by his industry and frugali'v ac quired a goodly amount of this world's ;oous. Last Saturday evening oi Sol Lof- fers's return home, lie discoved that onu of his fine tra-k horses was missing. Sol and son Jimmie started on the hunt for I lie animal, supposing it had got out of thu stable and was brousing along the roadway. After they had been out some time and growing dark, a partv pasi-ad them on horreback and on lieing hailed refused to slop. It being quite dark, neither the horse or rider could be identified. Jimmie toid his lath er that be felt sure I hat was their horse and on threatening the nd-r wi'h be ing shut al, the horse was urae.l for ward at a rapid gate by its rider, and Jimmie pursued at breakneck speed, after a hot and ext-uing pur-nit, the horse fortunately stumbled, throwing the rider. . Jimuiir however succeeded in capturing tho horse, which proved to be his fathct's. Sol. is delighted at the recovciy of his fine animal, and while he is fully satisfied that he can't run as he did .in the days long ago, he congratu atcs himself oh having son that can run lii-e a rare ho'r-e. He says he is just like his pa w-ed to be. On the same evening Mr. Uichaid Mooie, living near Graham, had tivo fine li'irc stolen. MARLOW I BREWSTER, St. Joseph, Missouri, BOOTS Mo SHOES Grand Opening of SPRING STOCK, embracing all the Latest Styles in GITS' A! Li!' DIE 19 MM ! Don't fail to see T. L. Price's SIO.OO Cultivator, warranted. . ; You are invited to CALL ine STOCK and PRICES, you from and exam Will save IS on All Purchases. Remember the place, SIGN OF ELEPHANT, 411 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Missouri, MARLOW BREWSTER, 411 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH. J 003 i II - TMIiJ - 111 lit i 1T1I HOME OK ST. JOSEPH, MO We are prepared to offer a -fine-line-of New Spring Styles in Men's, Youth's, Boy's and Children's IF YOU WANT A ; (QTPJJJ) GO TO IRA PETER'S He has a variety of Styles and Prices. Lace Cur tains in all the Late Styles. inst, another cyclone Know lea will hold GLOT1NG Our stock comprises the lat est novelties in Spring Wear. We offer special inducements in Men's and Youth's Spring Overcoats. We also carry the finest line of Neekwear,Collars and Cuffs. a a Coiner Fourth and Felix Street, St. Joseph, NEW SPi 5JUST ARRIVED ANDERSON & CUMMINS. DRESS GOODS. HATS AND CAPS. CLOTHING. &C. - GRICtiLTSML iFLEiiNTS Davenport, Weir, Canton, Clipper and Walton Plows, any and all at head of list. The Place In Town Only WHERE -Ira ceived $16.00 will buy the best Cultivator made of T. L. Price. Call aud seo. Seek No Farther ! Found at Last ! The Fin est Line of Boots and Shoes, for both Ladies and Gen-! Gent's tlemeir. Prices the Lowest. Call and see them. IRA PETER, Oregon, Mo. mi UN imago k YOU CAN BUY -On the 23d is predicted. 1' robs to Judge Court next week. The Christian Church, of Craig, is to have a new bell. Fred Myers will shartly remove to Nebraska and engage in farming. Jacob Lehmer was seriously ill la.t week, but is now much better. Tha Ststo Horticultural society meets at Louisiana June Sth and 9th. C. D. Messenger, of Maitlaml. started for California, last Monday (?) Mrs. McKnight will open a select school at her icsidence on next Mou day. County Court is in session this week. We will give proceedings nest week. F. S. Urownfleld. we nudcrstand, coutemplatts erecting an elevatarat Craig. Ucr. C. W. Miller took In tho Mound City Keiwrui Club last Tuesday night. S. B. Austin, of Mound City, was in Oregon last Tuesday, looking after his political interests. Uncle Henry Ashbrbok, who baa been visiting iu Mound City, returned to Yyoniing, last Monday. Miss Flora Luckhardt returned home la.t Monday morninj, ier i week's lisit in Mound City. Mis. Captain Lucas, of Forest City, has betiu entertaining Miss, Jennie Mar tin, of Kimsey. tho past week. fc- L. l'atton rotorood from tho Pa- ciffc Slope last Saturday to his home in Mound City, -well plcasd with 1U trip. -Miss Emma Pierce and Mrs- Klia Hender left yesterday for Corning.Kan sas, where the latter will make her fu ture home. . See Ab Greene before yon buy paint for your homo; the best is always the cheapest. He has both the "best and cheapest. Mrs. Hawkins, State Evangelist;' ot the W. C. T. V., delivered a-number of interc.Ung lectnres in Mound Cily, last week. She goes from b?re to Craig. Tho Geo. V.'. 1'itkius, celebrated ready mixed paints, are nowsold by A .11. Greene, of this city; those paints have no superior in the market. On uextFiiday evening, May'Uth, tho ladies of the W. C. T. Union, .For est City, will give one of thoir choice entertainments. Two nickels to gKt m tdc. "Ruddy," of tho Monnd City yews, walked lo Maithnd last Saturday eve ning. He eays that his girl bad to be seen on Sunday. Nothing like bavin" a faithful fellow. " Mrs. J. H. Williams and wife, of Fo: est City, haro rcmoTcd to Atchison, Kansas, where Mr. Williams "will on gae in the hardware business in whith line he has had large experience. Leo Durham, George McAdow and George Maples, of Monnd City, caught 250 croppies last Monday. The boys could not catch any fish last week while the fishermen were attending court. The Wedding bolls rang out mer rily this Thnrsday morning announc ing the nuptials of Mr. C. B. Rayhill, of Pana, Illinois, and Miss Edna L'uk ens of this cily. Full account next week. The following were elected officers of tho Mound City Reform Club last Tuesday nights J. S. Williams, presi dent; K. II. Graves, vice-president; Clide Patton, secretary; Jotcph Kew tou, Treasurer. The followina students of our schools were graduated al tho torni just closed: Guy. Cuiamms, Charles Trim ble, John Zachman, aud Musses Annie Luckhardt, Fannie Meyer, Aggio Ash worth, Minnie Iloblltzell. Letters remnining uncalled for at the Forest City postollice, May 1st, 1SSC : IVer Anderson, Maggie Brown, Terea Cason, William Mekcnnen, Fanny Xoland, Frank Nell, F. M. Wat- "oii. . w. S. Cakox. P. m. Wo congratulate comrade J. A. Ward, of Craig, on being successful in havinff his pension claim allowed. We are a!o glad to learn that tbe claim of Mrs. Si rah Hart ba been favorably passed upou by the pension depaitmeut. TVe regret to innouoco that Miss Lake Watson has taken ber departure from among us haying left Sfonday, for her homo in Indiana. She uiado many warm frieuds dun.g ber sojourn amoung u, who will regiet her depar ture. r . . iVhJ, ro tlf3 machines like Mand S. the great trotting horse: Bccanae thoy win th race. Over 1100 firt prizes have bum won bv then; in addition thu nine highest Worlc's Pnzos given it. H. C. Schmidt, agent, Oregon, Mo. mm j loan -ON-- has La rare just re Linu of Shoes nnd Men's Clothing. Will K'mr antee the Prices to be the Lowest of the Low. Peter a Fancy Morning Papers ! Kansas Cily morning papers to bo had at Poslofiitx two Louis eaiher lhau St. Joe papers. Improved Farms i At a Low rate of lutrt i Borrower to have privilege jio paying oil' loan at anv time, west terms yet oner ed, 2fo delay. Money on hand. Call on or address J. FOSTER MARSHAL Mound City, Jit