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m,. A d tftfil i ItfAlP & fill Proprietors of the GREAT and ONLY RED SIGN STORE. MAITLAND, 0.gmmm
JmlM'M SM i If If 1 1 I I II Hi .1 4U II II.. We call the attention of our Patrons and the Public Generally to ths fact that we are already receiving our Fall Stock. Summgr Goods almost given IfSfliffl mHIiIV W WVIJ away t0 makc roorn. anfj if you wj give us a call we will show you the Best Assorted Stock of goads in this town: including-the Best Goods for M&$0$M: gfee5&-sr Jft orn enlD Rrwon-Rrnvvn Shop. Co.. Selz. Schwab & Co. and Biocher's Custom Boots. Broadhead Dress Goods and Golden Beit Flour. We have also added a new attraction to our advertising ""Ht our customers. These Charts are manufactured from scientific and Astronomical calculations. Remember tl: IS .uh!li mo. orn list, having purchased of The Rev. !rl R. Hicks his '-Storm Prophet Charts, tells you when to o Ac OO., lSLJJLrl?Zj JbJXT9 MO, VOLUME XXII. OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1886. NUMBER 15. Leaders in Low Prices for Good Goods ! Headquarters for Correct Styles ! The One Price Cash Store, JOE F1TTS, Proprietor, Do yon ) us anything? .Judge Kellcy disposed of a few casus last Mo ml ay. Cohiji Coffee can bo had at F. S. Wells', Forest City. Lime and cement at L. W. Ra kers'. School hooka cheap at Kins: and Frond's. Call at King and Proiid's for books -Low prices a speciality this fall at ' Normal Wc arc now oflerinj? a complete lino oi Full lry Good?, Wraps, Suits and Dresses. Jiclow will lie foimcl a list of a few oft lie many new and elegant goods we liavo for your inspection whether you purclm.se or not.j STRIPED SILK VELVETS, In All Colors, SILK PLUSHES, In All Colors, LADIES' CLOTHS, In All Colors, WOOL EMBROIDERED SHITS, FRINGES, TRIMMINGS, CORDS, BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, FLANNELS Of All Qualities, YARNS In All Qualities and Colors, CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, DRESS GOODS, All Classes and Colors, with Trim mings to Matoh. LADIES' AND GENTS' Underwear and Furnishing Goods. NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS, A Specialty. Boots ojolL Slioes Of Prime, Solid, Regular Goods for Men, Women and Especially Children. Largest ana .Best Selected stock in Holt County. You are cordially invited to call and Inspect the aliove stock, and many mora just as nice, at The 0 M " ne rnce bast Store, rOItTJIEAST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE. - KEY-NOTE OF THE Fall Campaign. 1888. Ql 5 4 Kreek and alson's. The school giils on their dtdly j walk is a very pleasant sight. I Mrs. D. L Rennett is prepared to j accommodate several with hoard. j S. M. Ruloy will teach the Wilson j school the enmn-.g terra. He eoiumen-i ces next Monday. School shoes lor bos, puis anil Misses, most durable aud very cheap. Kreek & Watson. C. O. Rroud left last Tuesday for I'awnrc county, Kansas, to look alter his landed ioteiests. Wp want you to see our line of chil dren's and boys school suits before you buv. Kreek & Wilson. The Republicans of Holt put a s'rong ticket in the field and propose to elect every one of them. When in Forest City do not tail to call at the cheap cash grocery homo oi F. a. Wells, lor bargains. Judge Ke ley and lion. C A An thony were seeing the dear people at Jiuitlan.l last week, during the fair. George Jacob- has purchased five acres ot N'iel Mobilized for $50;', and ha commenced the erection of a resi dence. If you would like to exchange Holt county farming laud for neat lesidence property in Atchison, Kansas, you can learn particular by applying at this of fice. Will you call and see our new fall stock. Fresh ponls and low prices. We are bound to rell if low prices and good qualities have any effee'. Kroek & Wat.Min. Tt.e choicest anil most popular brands of toba- cos are to bo had at F. S. We. Is' cheap cash grocery house, Forest City. W. R. Hoffmann, Fred Markland and Henry Mo tir "took in" Joe Jeff erson in "kip-Vau-Wii.kle" at S'.. Joe, Fliday night. lion. James N. Utirnes, of St. Jo se, h, and our lepri-senta'ivc in Con gress, was among his constituents at Mail lauil, last wet-K. Mrs. Emma Dobyns is nw open ing up a large stock of mdlinerv, and is prepared to til! all orders. Call and see her and examine stock. The Democracy of Holt have called their countj convention to be held at Mound City on the 3()th intt. The pri manes are to be heid on the "3rd. C. W. Lukens Dentin will ho at Maitland at the Coinmerci'il Houe, next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day. September 21, 22 am 2'Jril and at Mound City, Hiatt llousr", Friday e'ep tomber 21th. Men enjoy luxurious surrounding. Of course they do. The m-in who lie3 not like luxury is not a human Rut they will not work for it for their own Kikes, however much they ma) eniov if when in its pos-essioii- A man i would be ankle deep in mud and thin trail ilnt all over Hie liou-e and not think much of it were it not swept out for a month : but when he knows thst "lime woman is g'ng to be discom moded by the limit h will make a path for her, he will carefully clean his boots before entering the house be aase it will injii'e her carpets, or annoy her: he will do a hundred little things he i ught to do. solely because lier line If II. Limtii tl ..nil Imi cmr- lUttllli; l UiiiJ'V null iw it- .tint in., .... restions awaken him to their neces sity. Yes. man is an accomodating fellow, it a woman nly knows how to -et on the ri"ht side of him, but he alwas ivan's the whole credit for what is done. flood coun'ry roads are as essen tial to the pros; criiy ot the farmer as roo enccs ami "oou iinace oi uiesoii. A coo oetcnt authority has said," Whole von h d good roads vim lind wealthy farinei " It is an evidence within ite'fof Nritt and industry. In making good r. n the land Is improved in value in t .superior drainage provided by means if the ditches of the road alonir every unrtei seetion of the la d. and iiain m the tact that doiihl tt.e amount ! pniduce can be hauled alone a goon earth rond during the vear that the -ame team could draw- over an inferior road, and with bj per cent, less strain upon he ists and vchi ! clei. It is not on'v more pleasant and more comfortable to have good road but it is ckcapcr in every way. Of course the first cost of a good road, well constructed as to grade and ditches, is irreator. but the ifter cost of maintain in" a good road is less than that of niaiiitr.inuiL' a poor one,'oe.ine a h-idiv constiucteil rnd is constant -y eal ing for repairs, and tint, to.i. ben the i road H most nerded by t he farmer for j the necessary hauling about hi" plat-o and lor ii arketing his produce. I ' un 1 try roads should be constructed and im ' proved under the direction of skil'ed cngnifeis, and not b- the hap-haz..ird process so generally in vogue. "Jesus Intetceding" is the 'Ho of your next Sunday school Ies.;n The "farewell note of the preceding ch lptor, 'of which our lai"t lesson was apart, was one of conquest: "I have over come the world." The discples did not know what Jesus meant. There had been no visible coNnuut. No king dom had been set up which they cou.d see, or ot whose genms or glory they had the faintei dream. To them all seemed humiliation and defeat. Jesus had spoken words of wonderful eoni- ! fort, and had given promises of wonder ful range. As far as (h"e disciples j could hear, or as fu lv as thev could compieliMid, thev had been told ot the i death their Lord was to die, and of the ! trials awaiting themselves: had also t . ..r i.:.. ..nf..;i;...r 1,.,- ...,,1 All other goods will be sold m jr j led a life of praycr-so must we. Jeui I thought was for t lie glory of God. Oars ' should be. To know God the Fath.r, , and Christ the Son, fs eternal life. Jes , hs wa anxious for the protection of his i childien. Jesus w.ib faithful in instruc- Call and see that the above can ! neveis are iisieu. uuinij; juuhui lor the children ot God as their sanc tilication. Heart union among believ ers is wonderfuly influential. This praver of Jesus is" a'l comprehensive. Questions: Am I leading a life of prayer? Have I experimental knowl edge of Jesiig? Am I beii g snntilicd bythe truth? Have I n large measure of Christian joy? If not, why? Do 1 wear the badge of loye? I 55 mmwmm ssq 1 WE STAND BY OUR RECORD. And that record shown we have kept faith with the people. This ji-sr, b- lter than ever, we are prepared to serve our enj tomeis. To i-itiziiis of Holt County and vicinity we say. Wl can and will s iyn i'" I'er cent, on each purchase rf elolhitu We liavu Mi ns Suits ji S5, $7, -510 and $15, '.hat aic 20 pi cent lower than any other houses ask for the same goods Roys' and Children's Suits in end'ess varie'y at Extremely Low Pncen. When in want ol Clothing go to the jsii m p ii mim mil N. AV. Corner Tilth and Felix Streets, St. Joseph, 3lo. Eycry boy buying a suit of us will b presented with a "Regu lation" Club containing complete school outfit. THE FOR Thirty Days NEXT I Will 16 pounds Extra "C" Sugar for Green Conee tor Best Prunes for Best Rice for Barbed Wire, 4c per pound. Nails, $3.00 per keg it Sell $1.00. $1.00. 25c. 25c. Mrs. Kaucher is still bed-fat from an attack of neuralgia. Will Dmry, f Craig.haii been very sick with cholera morbus. T. C. Dungan has one thousand dollars to loan. Call and see him. Mrs. Rennett has two nice rooms, which she desires to rent to lady stu dents. Remember that F. S. Wei's, the che-ip grocer, at Forest City.sells sugars way down. Can lit all ages and sizes with boys suits. Come and see them. Kreek aud Watou's. Mis. McKinney has gene to Iowa P.nr.t to take charge of the school at that place. Mrs Hardmnn, from the Mintnn neighborhood, was in town on business Friday last. M ss Millie Davis, of Macon City. Misiouri, is visiting her cousin, Miss Lulu Dobyn. Our pdblic schools opened up list Monday with a large att-i -'suce in all the departments. Oren & Sacger, of JC-. I'oint, are dling best quality of ba lieu wire at four cents per pound. Jennie Holman and her excellent dramatic company are ploying to the larkio people this weeK. Miss Flora Chesbro commenced her f olu-ol st May Flower Monday last, this being her sixth term. Mrs. McKnight ha several rooms to rent to stuletut, and is also prepared to board several stRttents. Mrs. O'Fallon and daughter, Miss Ella, have returned Ironi a several wetks visit with relatives ami fliends in Minnesota Valley. Miss Mead, the assistant principal of our public schools, is on duly and seems to take hold as one who under stands her business Ve heartily wel come her among us. C. V. I.ukenp, Dentist will be at Maitland at the Commercial II- use, next Tuesday, Wedne day and Thurs day, September 21, '22 and 23id, and at Mound City, Hiatt House, Friday Sep tember 21. C. J Hunt,.Iohn Cornell Philbtick, William Jehu Rxidheck, Joe Graham, Clark l'roiid.Tom Curry, Mrs. Stuckey. Mrs Mo he Darling, VV. R. Hoffmann, and many other of our citizens were in attendance at the Kan -as City fair, this week. A. B. I'a.Mie has a'l kinds of meats to supply the p'-ople of Foiest City and Oregon. His Forest City shop is al ways opeu, o.trly and late, and ho in-vile-i the people ,f thai ci'y nd vicinity to call on hun. His store, at Oregon is alva)S supplied with choicest meats and groceries. Call and see him at both places. The Stowartsviilo Independent his adopted a new m-thod of getting after delinquent subscribers. We have been ih-nking vonie of adopting Mich a method oui--e'ves Here is the Indn pendent's tyle. How do you like it: 'Would like to trade for ayaller dog age or condition no fbjeo' an account of four dollars on I-a Hartwcll, last heard of at Kinz Cpy. Havo ccveral other accoun's on paities nearer home that we would like to barter for some thing wo c;uld makc use of. For particulars and the goods apply at this ollice " A fraudulent scheme which is be ing worked upon unsuspecting per?on in some sections goes under the name of a loan company. This is the way it is operated: Circulars are sent out, and advertisements arc inserted in res pectable papers, offering loans at low rates of intere-tand on very easy term. Numerous people apply for loans. The terms are ten dollars as au application fee, which is to be deducted Iroui the fust half tear's intcre.t. If a victim sends his ten dollars he is defrauded to tlint extent. He never gets his loan and never gets his money bacu again, because he never Ins a chance to pay any interest to deduct it trom "Xo!1 thundered the old farmer to a man soliciting his subscription to a newspaper. I don't want no papers round here, it's a wute of in ney Catch tne too in' away two d s a year on a newspaper. I net ids em, and my folks never does in Then he turned to the box us Ii. rod agent, who was patiently silting by and told him he might put up a cheap rod on his birn, and lis signed l he con tract which the agent presented to him with scarcely a glance. Rut when in a tew m -nMis that cotil.-nct turned up. tne I ii 1 'a'.-i-er wa lu-rnncd to Unit that in sonio manner n li- l changed mio a nolo of hand for :M. And he had to pay it, loo. Rat he dou't read any pa pers 1.x. So, my boy, vour clo'.hes are not good enough? I am Indeed sorry that join standing in society is compromised "by your inability to bitch up m more tlanhy goods! I am likewise sorry that tie small patch in the basement ot tho'.e trousurs is criticised, and cause a blush to mount the cheeks of your triends whenever you happen around to chat with your lady fiiuiids. In fact, my boy, I had ra' her thought the patch ing wai. about as good a I ever s iw your dear old mother do. She labored hard to mate it a Miss Ella Bridges is nt'ending the fair this week at Hinwsttia, Kansas. W. S. Starr, ex-sheriff of Andrew county, gave us a pleasant call, last Tuesday. Henry ringer, wilo and chihlren.of Colorado, are visiting Uncle Gemt-cKtr aud wife. The Minnesota Valley school be gins September 27lh with C. O. Denny as teacher. Dan. 'ly, of Savannah, was in our city last Tuesdayjhe guest of his sister, M.s. EiMy. Rom, on the 13th inst. to Dan. Fuhriuan and wife, a ten pound girl;all doing well. The many friends of Rev. Parnell will be glad to learn of his return to the Forest City chaige. N J. Kyger will leave this week for Stewart, "Kansas, where Ue goes to settle up his father's estate. K. F. Rennett, of the Phenix in surance company, of Brooklyn, N. Y. gave us a pleasant chat Wednesday. Cheap as the cheapest good, as the best, is our line of boys clothing; see the tuand be convinced. KreeK & Wat son. The choicest lino ot canned goods to be found in licit county, can be seen at the cash grocery house of F. S. Wells, Forest City. Dr. John A. Brooks speaks in For est City, September 29: h. Oregon should make an effort to secure him fur one night at least. Itch and scratches of every kind cured in thirty minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This never fails. Sold by Himlc & I'liubricK, druggists, Oregon, Mo AH persons who settled in Holt countv prior to 1850, and havo resided in the county ever since, will please forward to nw their name md date of settlement. Dasikl Zook. Rhj- the light running Orchard City wagon, nest material used, oest, paint ed, and finished. Also sell the old re liable Bain wason and others Come aud see' me. II. C. Schmidt, Oregon, Mo. F. II. Rowley, the chicken man, will be here Friday, Saturday and Mou day, September 21, 2.5, aud 27. ready to buy your cuic.Kons, gese, iiucks ami turkeys, and pay "spot" cash for them. See "ad" elsewhere. Do yon want to buy a SlIoOD farm for something less than $201)0? Then call on Hoffmann & Alkire. A cash payment of only ifSOO or $300 lequiied and "that to be made in moncr, Iiye stock or a good stock of groceries. If you mean business give us a rail. Steele Morelu-ad the junior end of Atchison County Journal gave us a pleasant call on Tuesday. Ho was here as a delegate In the Judicial Conyen tifMi. and rstnt hed a reputation as a staj-?ir. It was ' is first visit to ue city ; and he was I md in his praises of our town aid tne lidies. 48!. rro--dlii2s of the J ut It-hit Convi-r.tluii A Lonnntl MlililMirn right II. S. Xi-lley s,'uml:i.itt-tl un the iniltl. Hall.it. The Republican Judicial Convention conveued m this city on Tuesday, at the Court House, and was called to order by the chairman. A committee on cre dentials was appointed who reported the following delegates entitled to teats. Atchison. D. A Colvin, W. II. Mor gan, H. Wornccke, S. L Mooiehuad, W. J. McMillan, D. W. Airy. Holt. K J. Kellogg, D. W. I'orler, A. L VV llliams, S. T. Lucas, George Anderson, H. T. ALire, Ed. Welty. Nodaway. Jamei Reauchamp, M R. W. Harmon, A. Johu'on, II. 11. Joy, Ira Moore, Lyman Rarcher, Chas. l'et tiuow, F. Shade, A. C. Snyder, J. H. Ware, Jr., M. C. Roseberry. Andrcw.-A. Schuster, M. G. Ruby, Thus. lVttigrew, A. S. Dodge, A. J. Clemens, W. C. Fleming. D. Konham. A committee on order of business and oiganiz-ition was appointed and recommending Hon. D. Ronham, ol Auilicw enmity, as permanent cha r man, and D. "W. I'orter, ot Holt, as (.ecretaiy, and that candidates lor Cn cuit Judge be placed in nomination by counties on call of roll in alphabetical order; and that the vote be announced t by counties m same order. The report being adopted :he convention pioce.ueu to entertain the piescntanon of names, and on call ol rod the following named geutleiiieu were placed in uoinmatiou: S R. Beach, of Nodaway county. II S. Kel.ey, of Andrew. Jno. 1' Lewis, of Atchison. The convention proceeded to ballot and the secretaiy airiouiiceii the result as follows: Ke'lley, It; Reach, 11; Lewis, 0. Nodaway being solid for Beach, Andrew and Holt, foi Kellcy, and Atchison tor Lewis, FOK CONGRKKS. Prof 1! n A. lmuu of M.try ll!e, the btunitnrtl lleaier. The Republicans of the Fourth con giession.il di-tnet assembled in the circuit court room St. Joseph, Tuesday, and after ahamonious session nomi nated Professor Byron A. Dunn for congress. The convention was called to order at 1 1 o'clock by Mr. J T. Reach chair man of the congressional committee. On motion F. M. Rosegate. of Ruchan- .'rVin. was elected temoorary chairman and O E. Raul, of Andrew, temporary secretaiy. It was moved that the roll by coun ties be cared and the chairman of each county delegation announce the name of its choice for a member of the com mittee on credentials Carried. The following was (ho committee: Andrew county William II. Bulla. Atchison county J. L. Alien. Buchanan county William M. Albin. Holt ceunty J."D. Goodpasture. Nohdaway'eounty John W. 1 It. ugh tailing. 1'iaite county J. H. Maponer. A committee consisting of one mem ber trom each county on permanent organization and order of busiuess vra. selected as f-.llows: Andrew county II. R. Walson. Alelnsan county -E. II. White. Buchauau comity Joseph Thomp- I son. Holt county W. R. Hoffman. Nonawav county Edwai J McMillan, l'latte county II. M. Burt. On motion ol J. A. Sanders the chair appointed the following as a com mittee on resolutions: O. M. Gilmer. Buchanan county. Judge W. J. Nelson, Nodaway county. Hunrv Heads, l'latte county. Mr. "J. L. Allen of Atchison was chosen as permanent chairman, and oh and to mo prtfei red for places In the gilt of our government, and we den ounce the Democratic party for tht-r removal ol unio.i soldiers to make place for partisan ciwtians. 4. Resolved, That this is a govern ment oi the people, by the people and torthe peop:; therefore tkey should he allowed at the bahot box to express their will on all questions of moral re form. 5. Resolved, That in opposing the passage o! the uluiuargarine hilt our present crtngn s-maii inisrenieseiitcd the agncu'tuial poitiou of ibis district, and av.i-.ttal m eiipphug the 'nil so that its ellieaey as a law Is prac ical y des troyed. 0. ReoIvtd, That we demand at tho hands of the nominee .. this convection au effort in sn-iiio ihe ps.vige of ail inter-state commerce bill, regu'.Hting the irainpoitai-.oa -f fiv'ghts and lor the prevention of pooling. 7. Reolvcil, That the Republican party recognize the right id labor tti organize lor the beltermeiit of Us condi tion, aud demands that state and na tional h-gisla ion punidiiig for tho speedy adjustment oi all differences be tween eniplojer and employe. (Signed ) W. J'Nklsos. IttSKT MEAL'S. O. 51. GiLJltlt. The balloting continued withoutchatige until the fntielh. when one vote from 1 tn-uinsr the chair Sthmked tho conven Holt went to Beach and one to Lewis; ; (ion for the honor conferred upon him ihe vote chamred back to us original 1 He ursred the conveiilio.i to have its status, and remained substantia. ly the ' nroceeilimis marked by harmony, and t same until 1 uesday n'glit al tl o chick, wheu the convention adjourned until Wednesday morning the ballot being the 4"5th and stood: Kt-lley, 1J ;Beach. 11; Lewn, 7. to nominate a candidate acceptable to every member ol tin party. O." E. Raul was made permanent secretary. The commit'ct- on order of business Under tin: Wheels, An accident occurred at Muillaud at au early hour Friday morning by which a young man named Brad Ba'kins loss his life. For the past nil; the fair has been in prouiods al Yiaillaml and has attracted a large number of is.itor. Among tliOft; who at tended Fiiday was jout'g Buskins, who hd been working i'or Freeman l.ibby a short distance from town. He hailed from near Oic gon. Mo., and has relatives living m Holt county. He remained to a lale hour of the niyht and then wandered down to the railway track. Some time at:cr midnight two freight trains passed, one going north and the other south, aud the suppossition is that in attemp ting to board oi.cof them, he wasthiown under the wheels, thus losing his Iifn. He was badly mangled, both legs beirg served from the trunk, and one arm also cut oil'. On the 4Jth ballot 11. S Kellcy was ( ther. reported as lo.Iow.- Sliiirps; Grove. Born, on the 12th inst., to Riley Williams and wife, a girl. We hear it rumored there is soon to be a wedding in high liiu in the Gr..ve. Mrs. Jssj er and daughter Myrtle, returned to their home in Kansas last Monday. Willie Hickman has returned from his tiip to Kansas He is we'd pleased with the country. J. R. Reynolds and W. M. Ander son are sojourning in Kansas this week, looking up locations. Mrs. Will Wil iams, whoso eves were leared to lie lata ly injured wun lvc is getting better, be impaired George Mann happened to a pain ful accident last week. He went to the doctor to have a tooth extracted and in pulling out one the doctor knocked out two more, so George lost three teeth instead of one. nominated bv four of the Nodaway delegation going to Kellcy, the vote standing Kellcy 17, Beach 7, I.ci7 Me-srs. Johnson, Joy, Reauchamp and I'ettigrcw of the Nodaway delegation being the parties who changed their votes, thus ignoring the instructions of their County Convention. 1. Selection initteemen 2. Nomination congress. 3. Resolutions. On motion the congressional coin ed a candidate for Captui'ftl At Lust. The following from the St. Joseph Gazette of Saturday, September 11, will explains itself and be read with interest and satisfaction by many our readers in this lonn'y. and cspec- j tally in Graham, Nodaway Canity: In the recorder's ofliee yesterday ' afternoon sat a rather distinguished-1 looking man, well dressed and wearing a puir ol gold-bowed spectacles nitiir city. The fai mers are 'having a good yield ol wheat. Renj. Crouser has a pet a felon on his thumb. There arc two threshing machines in the neighborhood. I Al l'lummer and wife, of Forest ' City, have moyed to this vicinity. Our school is in flourishing condit- inn with Miss Ag2ie Ashwurth as teach-1 er. I Quito a number of Bluff C tyite.i ; took in the Ilaivest Home at Mound ; II had inst been arrested in the Central! , hotel, where he had been official lfg as j clerk for about a week. The charge ! against him was stealing a Irimk and a .saddle from Cornelius Kunkel, thei ! engineer of the mill at Giuliani, Mo. I The warrant was sworn out anaiiist Louis Hauswirth, thouah the man has been sailing under the name of Hauers Ichmidt. IlauswHch, Mayer and Heger, I tho latter being his name in St. Joseph. This man is quite notorious throughout . r..i.ttf ft- oml eniviv'4 thr fli-liliflioil The sight will not . i,,,..-.,, ,, t.u . trait nublished in I tte I'olice Gazette of August 2M, to gether with the following sketch ot Ills life: "Louis Maver. a'las Louis Haus wirsb, alias Louis Hausr-chmiilt last Fedruary skipped secretly from Red Bluff, Cal , ivhore he ran a saloon, taking with him in his flight his wife's silverware and jewelry. He sailed for Germany trom whence he returned about the first of June, and married a buxom Gorman girl named Ursula llt rr. in this city, about the middN' of Ihe same month, whom he deserted in Philadel phia, not forgrttiug to firry off tho girl's boodle. About the first of July he was mauied agatu to Hermiiie Lux. a widow at Builmgton, Iowa, whom he pl.ned foi all she was worth, and left her in St. Lmiis on the tenth of July to look out lor herself." It seems that when Ilenerschmidt ct all left St. Louis he went tu Kansas City, where he remaiin d a few d ijs. Holt City. Mrs Nannie Munson returned last . ... '. .., M1UVtd north to Oregon, wil be no nee-l of our itiens going from home hereafter to have their shoes improved. I roll of counties was called, aud tiie chairman ot each dele gation announced there choice for member of the congressional coiuniit tc, which resulted as lollows: Andrew county I. A. Sanders. Atchison county J. I Hoph. Buchanan county First district, JaiHCH Thimixon; Second dist-ii-t, of I .John I'. S'.iong; 'I bird district, II. N. 1 iirner. Holt county Williim Wilkimin. Nodaway county - First district, I K. Aldei-mm; Second di-trit-t. Miles Wallace, l'latte county lames A. I'rice. NOMINATIONS. Colontl Wilkinson of Holt conntv, placed th name of Hoi. Edgar Kel logg of Holt county, in nomination. Judge Ira K Alderman of Nodaway next took the floor and nominated B. A. Dunn, of Maryville. The chair announced that the first ballot would be a foimal ballot and directed ihe secretary to call Ihe roll ol counties, The result was as fol lows : Andrew county Dunn 4 Kellogf; S Atchison county Dunn 6, Kellgg 0 Buchauau county Kellogg 2, Dunn 11. Hi It coiiHty Kellogg 7. Dunn, 0. Nodaway "county Dunn 11, Kcl lo '! 0. l'latto county Dunn 2. Kellogg 1. Totil Dsnn 31, Kellogg IS. The result was greeted with prolong ed applause. Mr. Watts of Atchison, rnoyed to make the nomination unanimous, winch w.is second by Colonel Wilkin son, v ho said that while he loved Mr. Kellogg more, he did net love I'ro lessor Dunn les-. Ctrried. THE CANWIIATK. On motion of Mr. I'oscgate the fol lowing committee was appointed to notify IVofessor Dunn of Ins nomina tion and i scort him to the convention ha'l: Messrs. Roseg-ite, Cummins and Alderman When :he committee- returned with the pioti-s-or he w.u iiitroiliu-ed to the convention by the chairman. Rio'essor Dunn thanked the con vention for the great honor conferred. He hesitated to accept the honor, however. The odd; against him were s niolvenorui his. lit w.u confronted Saturday trom a two weeks visit in St : COniity, w hero he has an uncle with Joseph. j whom he sojmned for a time a-id then C. Schlotzhaner.oiir saw miBer.Kas j wont to Graham to visit Mr. Kunkel, a ,.nrt ...!.. .. lo ititll vi, tic .ilinn&t tiicrlit ' tn tvlinan t-lfe he is a t'OUSin. I'll IV- a Jw.itt tt. t tin,, tit. ...... a...... ......udw "0 " - . t . ....x..----- - - ,w . . . ....... p, Hr.,1 Jay ! prcscnUd himse'f as a wholesale liquor by a DuiiMCiatie maj rny of .i.UOO. Ihe -Bluff City has an organized reform ' "eater in iteii mini, i a. . .-too ,...t-..-,. ..-s..lVK, ... ....... club which meets every Thursday Kunkel great 4adueeiiient lo aceom- great. n htwu W Walker, as president pany h.m to that place aad go into -lie," said the speaker, "ha, a nat m,tii,uii n.it vaiei, .is ires! one. , K'-.kel a-'reed to do thi-' I'inal reputation. lam hariby known Bluff City has a rhoeniaker; there ; . v A,.nvr on,, ir.,.,, - flI.i,,ju f mv own county. Hu has wirth left Grahitn lor Kansas City, 1 enormous wealth. I have little more and ostensibly for California lie took than nothing. I shall ad ept the nom withbimu trunk filled with clothes ' pi.ition in the laic of all these draw valued at $76 belonging lo Kunkel, j backs and do my best to win. Ap and a sudd e valued at I.r, which he! pl.iuse. I had ra'her lead the Rcpub wa to convey as his .w-i bagage. , beau partv to defeat than the Demo mill it was aTi-ed that at Kan-is City cra'ic p.u ty to victory, f Tremendous The piohitiitioiusts were expected to so demoralize things in Vermont by running a third party ticket that the inoreenthnsi.istie Dcimjer-us had strong hopes of carrying that slate. Well he e!e lion has "been held with the ii.nn.l result. Vermont did not tuin things over to he remodeled by tho Democrats by (he usual majoiity. Accounts'! lo Democratic account the l'rohibitioni-ts of Maine only meant to cast about 3 000 votes uiitil Rlaitie asked wny any of them sho'dd go out side of the Republican party lor l'ro hibition. Then they got so mad that they sent for St. John waked up Neil Dow and deteimintd to cast 10,000 voles instead of fi.OOO, and in this way leave the Republicans no majority at all. Well -the election has been he'd and the Republicans hav clfancd the platter and the Prohibitionists hate only fooled away S,:f voles instead of 10,000 on a third party ticket. The following is tho Maimed Soldi ers bill as it finally passed both 1 louses and received the signature of ihe 1'icsi dent : Be it enacted, etc: That from ami af;cr the passi-ge d ibis act a'l persona oh the pci-.Mim ro! s, and all poisons heicafier granted a pension, who whilo in the military or naval service of the United States and in I ho line of duty, hall have lost one hand or one foot, t.-r been totally disabled in tho same, shall recoive a pension of .10 a Month; that all persons now on the pension rolls, and all persons hereafter granted a pen sion, who in like manner .shall have lost cither an arm at or nboue Ihe elbow or a leg at or above the knee1, or hi on to tally disabled in the same, shall reccivo a pension of $: a month; and t't al all persons now on the pension nil's, and all persons hereafter granted a pension .vho in like manner sh:.!' have lost eith er an arm at the shoulder joint or a leg at the hip-joint, or so near tlm joint aa to prevent the use of an artificial lir.ib. shall receive a pension at the rate of Sl. a month. 1'iovided, that nothing contained in this act shall be construed to repeal section 4.G99 of the Revised Statues of the United Stales, or to change the rate of .lt5 per month there in nTenlioiiPd lo bo proportionately piyidrd for which Sicfion 4.S99 makes no provision. ' ho should pnichase two tu krts toi California, one of which lis was to ' forward to Gr-'nani. Tim- rol'ed around and nothing was heard ot ' H.iuswr-h. KunVel wrote him at Red Bluff, C.-1-, but the le'teis were re ' ' twrne 1 uiiopt-ntd. and the man at fir.-i- -' ham came to ihe con.-us on that he had been duped, and was luBy om i vinee,! of this wliu.i In- happened to proportion. Will buy good shipping Apples during the summer and fall. oe verified. J. a R aart NEW POINT, MO. It Hints. Mkssus. Doiiyns &Ci;unv.- Gesti.k MC.v: A poem in last week's Skntinel, which everybody understands reiers to me, insinualrs in a very direct manner that I perjured mvself, that swore lo a ilirret lie. You nerh:ilis undeis.nd respectable patch, ,i1M, p.w.t, tuihlicntiiui i friminnUu ooy, nm n. seems mat rnsuion ua-t sr.-ii- uhlans, anM that ou as pulilisliers are ed itn fa'.e and it must go; that the new j repruiib!e for the poem, tight fitting trousers must tako the j demand the name of the author of place of those you now havo Yoitrltie pIM.m l oner; also an editorially coat, I see, is i little Irigned around mil,!ishLtl apoloy. for the insinuations, the sleeve. This, too, must go and in . u-relc's SENTINEL. I demand a 1 s,. nielnro and diserii tl f Hans lull and uneqivoc.il retraction on your w-irsh in the Police Gazette. Day be part, with no chance for the doubt of i frfi jesteiday Ku-kel h.-r.ini-d that Ins its meaning. I de-nund that van ill- ,Jlitn -as in St. Joseph and yf!er.!ay claim the statement, that I perjured my- he came down, swoie out a warrtn? self and that you make ample apology anj tho man was arrested by Chief for sllow ing anything to appear in the . uroder, while attending to his duties columns of your paper winch reflects ( RR c,.rjj in the Central hotel, on my yeracity and character as a citi- From Mr. Haug, tho proprietor of zen nut! wilnert in court. i the hotel, it was learned that Haus- Kindly send th answer to this to me , , wir-h had been in tlm city about two at once through . I am in Kansas ', weets .and that he was anion u-wii! City. Respcelfu ly, Louis C Irvine. Young man: We arc not going to tell you Ihe author; neither have we tne- nnnloeit a to offer for the Dublin:!- tion of the poeni.as the writer is amply j made a fool of himeelf about Ihe trunk h' to t'lk c.-tre nt himself cither i noil when askt-d about his nui:ierou- phvsically or legally- and without pis-' names, seemed soriic'.vh-it puzzled, but litis. It jou are the chap that '-R. G. T." is striking al and the shoe fits, wear it like a man, and nereasier re- to rcfoim." Euitoks ShMi- 1 NEL."J LIVE Poultry Wanted! its place thn new pleated, checkered 1 and sawed off coat with a belt around ' ii. he installed You will look more handsome in the new outfit and tho girls aie particularly fond of their ap penranee'and I presume you will be a social .vreek until you gut Ihem. And j while you are bujingon might as well ( purchana a little cane. It can he used lo advantage when spring and summer comes. You look handsome with one and it gives an intellectual an- to jour ' general make up. I'rowler. the l'ar , sun. GootI Enough. I). M. Martin's Hiah-Rrcd Hamble tonian Stallion, Athal, was awaided first premium at the Maitland fair last week. We are informed that at the eirnest request of many bleeders, Dan has consented to let him serve a limited golye i number of marcs this fall. I and elli-ient man in the cap-ici.y in which he wa employed. He regis lernd as Louis llcger, Sacramento, Cal. 1 He told a Gazette man that he had when the reporter pulltd the picture nn lum be willed and d d not make anyeffoitto deny his guilt, sent to jail in default of bail case set for hearing. iniilitisel Fiom now until the ides of N ivemljer I ha!l pit birth my best efforts ami woik unceasingly T'sis cuitest is not hopelss. There is a levo'iition 2omg on in the minds of the people. I hey aie dried of hypocrisy and the degrading u.eot money at Ihe polls. If every honest man in this, district wi I come forwaid and vote ac cording to his coiivicinuis we have mi'hiiig to fear Gentlemen, 1 thin-' you." Ismd and prolonged cheering THK 1'f.ATKoKM. The following r -io!ii!ior. were repor ted b the committee on resolutions and unanimously adopted: 1. The R-pub'.ica-.s of t!ie Fourth congressional district, in onvuntion as sr.ubled, hereby resolve, as a declara lion of principl'-s, that We re.itli-ni the lutidam-.-nt il doi-trmes of the Republi can party as .-ct foi'h m it- piaU'-rns JxfU and in Ihe s'a'e platform of 1?8G, as adojited at ed.tlu on the i-'d day of September, IhSi'i. i. That we still firmly believe in the piotecliDn ot all American industiies to the end that the workingmi.-ii and far mers may receive the greatest possible benefit from the rcult of their toil. '. That w e believe that the veterans He was of our wars, both for the cuiury s uc- nd his fensc and for the preservation oi me union, are entitled to generous pensions ! TTnwit Tlflrtn tnsiis. mm i .1 iV 1 lili, JJUbAib, Tu bp. j For which I will pay in Cash: lPn - 4 "l CKM l"T llKltad t:rwt.i MfvtHti-r n.-r diizeii . si. an Sese, lull fe.tllH-rei!, r ic7i-n ?X0O Cnod I)-n k,fiilt fi-atlie-n il.:r il'rti-ii. .. !, Spring ('lilt-kens, 4 cents m.t imumt. ' TarkPjs. 5 eeufci p-r uiiil. To be delivered at the toe of LIT O ftTT5TT;iT1lT AID Frithiy, KnHirtLsy :ml Mtmilay, Sci't'inl'r li-i, 2, :ul 27. Don't forget the dale. Don't tie them. All can get Cin that Call. F. II. ROWLEY.