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A. L WILLIAMS & CO., Proprietors of the GREAT and ONLY RED SIGN STORK MATTLAND, MO. We call the attention of our Patrons and the Public Generally to th3 fact that wa are already receiving our Fall Stock. Summer Goods almost given away to make room, and if you will give us a call we will show you the Best Assorted Stock of goads in this town, including the Best Goods for which we spa aIp anonts. Brvan.Brown Shoe Co.. Selz. Schwab & Co. and Blocher's Custo Boots. Broadhead Dress Goods and Golden Belt Flour. We have also added a new attraction to our advertising i:.t h9Uim n..nA nf Tho Rau iri r Hiftkc hk "Storm Pronhet Charts." tells vou when to look for storms and cvclones. and these will be given to our customers. These Charts are manufactured from scientific and Astronomical calculations. si, 1101113 pu u.i r -M-s-MTiTt-k tfisriTM D "Mj A TT . WTT .T .T A. TVr A- rT . Hj. WILLIAMS Ac CO., MAITLAND, MO, the Remember VOLUME XXII. j$ttid OREGON MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1886. NUMBER 22. EI Sends flrstisg lo Holt's Loyal Republicans. t I S3 a W i i i a . .wr "L . tfr 2E u jmwm .iiiiiiimiiiiiJ JflY sl V 1 . 1 11 f 1 K&l Jim 7L vv w w 7 m rrmmm , w-m 1 .in y httpst I Hill I Hill IIIIMWt llMllll I IIIMI MMM B O IK U - - - iKHInr'rd'elalTll0 -Th DBtcratNef Holt aerer wwSSKd the wljldta " b9Hs "hehnl" ' "W Ho14, bHt Pntod m trHKT ticket to pJoSu MA. r"Tl gmmS w"c!5Sy t, 3rt. honorable title of Sheriff. tef jpj mx Collector will be JE r - 00 oo o o 33 a., o O Oh o 73 a o c o I I o l&Iajoritica Total vote Bentou Union . . day.... Jl.iberty 'Lincoln i Hickory Bielow Forbes Nodaway .., West Lewis. East Lewis., h oo CO - - 00 Sao - e o 00 - to r- 0 93 BO O :8 S ao ei op o o no oo I- CO t.c to O ifit CM 30 CO Jr i ao i- e oi 00 -t CNt- cr Ma at 1 cm cx O0 CftO o c ao eo or. 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Therefore, My Fellow- Dem ocrats, my advicejo c n ST The election returns throughout the country on Tuesday last, are tuch as to give ltepubliu.ins reason to congratulate themselves on the great sains uud splen did victories won throughout the land. The Republicans of Utile have achicv ad a victory that hasnot been equalled since 186S. Every candidate upon the County Republican ticket is elected. Theretsins show that U.S. Kelley is defeated for circuit Judge by about 2700 majority, while Jas N. Burnes will continue to represent the IVth con gressional district by about 2,200 nia-joiity. lleporu from all over Kansas in di- cate the re-eiecuon ot Governor Martin, Republican, as aUo the same results in Iowa. It is too early to estimate the statu" of the fiftieth congress, but it is fafe to say it will uotbe so stronji'V Democrat ic a the foriy-uinth. In our owu suite Glover ha- been de feated by Frank, Republican, in the IXlh diitrul ; Wil.iam Varne is re elected in the Kansas City diot ict Il is bell ved tiut II hu i.i al 15 1 I Murris-jn has been delea.ed, aud iv- tums also indicate the defeat of Carl.fl-, of Kentucky. Hunt has aain been defeated for Congress in the Toledo Uistnet by Jas. N. Biirnes c.trr'es Atehi -on I cou ii i y b 32 majority, U u li.iti m, lUl. .lid Platte b. 1416. .Mr Ou u ctrries An. lit w co'inty by 422 jnijoiity. Holt 559 and Xodaway '.'G4 ; Burue'a Tnajor in the district, 2119. Mr. An bony candidase lor Ciieuit Jndge carries overy county in his di trict by tho f'l lowing ni tjorities : An drew, 213; Atchi-oii, 678; H ilt, 31; Nodaway, 1849 total, 2771. everyone of you is to vote your tickets straight Silas Wood son at Forest City. Look at the ticket there is not one we:ik; pmnt. From Kepiesentative :o Coroner we give yon the bec-t men that are to be found. It is a good ticket aud he majority i ill be ditto 1'ress CM. 23rd. Yes, you bet, the majorities arc ditto but for the other men. Do Vou 0 u anything? Cranberries at llos'cttcr's Low prices a speciality this fall at Kreek and Watson's. A few music scholars aK wanted by Mrs. C. N. Van l'elt. FreU oysters by the di-.li or can at K P. Hostettei's restaurant. The iikuiversary of the battle of Mission Uiilfis Novenitier 25lh. Call at Markland's New Cas i Cus tom Shoe Store and see his men's $1.25 boot. Can fit all ages and sizes with boy suits. Come ana see them. Kreek and Watfon'a. Those needing Timothy Seed, will reiuuibcr tbat Andeon & Cunnuiiif, of this city are prepared to supply you. The little article concerning thit "Bushwhacker" business in our last issue created quite a little stir. There will be a grand revelaii-n when we give the whole disreputable affair away. Prcxs, Oil. 23rd. Yes; Bushwh.ickiti; has a. ways been disreputable among the boys in blue, and we expect your party could make several such "grand revelations" if they would try. Our Constables and Justices. The following constables and justices were elected at tne electiou, Tuesday : Lewis Township F. S Wilkinson and II. T. Alkire, justices; F. S. Hos tock, constable. Forbes J. E. Campbell and B. F. Leach, justices ; Squire Carter, constable. Nodaway Chris Weigcl and Richard Acton, justices; J. 11. Acton, consta ble. Bigelow H. C. Long and Wo. Cat ron, justices; Ed Painter, constable. Liberty Abe Snell and L. U. Mo- Inty re. justices, Jake Wehrle, consla ble. Benton J. II. Ball and Jas Hart, justices-, W. A. Cochran, coni-Uble. Clay II. W. Hume and Press Cald well, justices; J. II Chambers, consta ble. Union F. Col well and Win. Beaueh amp, ju-tices. II. L Caton, constable. Lincoln Jno. Smith and M. Hopkins; justices W. A. Browning, constable, THE CONDITION OK OUR "BUM" As the reports came in. "That day is forever gone when any majority can be counted against us here with any certainty. Holt County Press. We are in Holt county, Mr. Van Winkle, not Copiah County, Mlssis- AVoihling j;cll. KlilTOR Sestisi.l: - I'lie ab-orbing tlieine ol n it est did not detract the interest taken in the inartiage oi Mr. M S. Mun, if Eniilewood, Kansas, and t'.tss Mary Canon, of Forest City, Mis -Miuri, at the M. E church on October 2Sth, in the presence of a very large assemblage ol people. The Rev T. 1). Roberts, ot Oregon, in a pleiuant and xileinn manner, said the words that united the two together as husband and wife. Alter congratulations anil re lis!imen!, ihf ne vly wedded couple loaidid the K C. train for Atchison, Kavsus, fioin winch place they will visit ()Oin.8 'of sniertt"nnd then rpur to ihrir home in Southwestern Kansas. There was present a special guests Mrs R. Hog in an. Miss Maud Mount ford, of Atchison, Kausa; Mrs. (J. R Poindexier aud daughter, St. Jo-cph, Missouri; Mis Davidson, ot Oregon, .Missouri TUu church was beautifully ornamented with evergreens and flow ers, the haudl-wotk of the young ladies of Forest City. Misses Carrie Limp, Allle Wilkiuon. Nellie Canon and Kate Howley a:ting as bride's attendants. The presents were beautiful and costly aud many in number A paitial list will be tuuiid below. White bed spiead, Mrs. S T. Lucas ;Silver and gbissjbeiry disb.bnde's maids; Silver spoon holder, Mis. Kinney, Bedford. Iowa; Silver and China jelly dish, Nel.y Hovcy and Nannie Lucas; Silver water service, Mr. and Mrs. George Weber; Silver and glass picket castor. Mrs. Howley aud Mis. Limp ; Silver jewelry rack, O. D. Chadwick; Colored water set, hand paiuted and hammered brass salver, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Weber; Silver tea set in case, Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Luekhardt; Silver spoons at.d boquet holder.Mrs. K. Hogan, Atchison, Kansas; Oil painted plaque, Mrs. Mary Magill, Muscatine, Iowa; Set of silver spoons, Dr. Lucas; Hammered bia?s crumb tray and knife, Mrs. Vine Havey; Fancy match rack, Mrs. Joseph Williams; Hand made rug and bed quill, Mrs. Nancy Jackson ; Hind made rug, Mis. Roderick; 25 dollar check, Harry Canon ; Five dol lar gold pin, brother Will; Pair hand towels. Mrs. L. M. Kaull; Crazy t:dy, Miss Nnllie Canon; Set of linen mat-, Bertha Canon, Muscatine,Iowa;Crotch et edging, Lena Venen ; Linen laced parlor feet, Maud Mouutfoid, Atchison, Kanas; Plush writing case, Charles Canon, Kansas City; Silver nut crack ers and silk handkerchief, Thomas Collins and wife; Uough's 'Platform Echoes," W. C. T. U..F..rest City ; Pair of silver napkin rings. Mrs. II. C. Of fut, Kansas City; Embroidered skirt, Mrs. V. C. Mays, Muscatine, Iowa; Silver napkin rings, Mrs. Prtiry, Craig, MissourijSdrer and crystal cake basket, J. M. Ford ami T. D. Frazcr;ilvercas- tor.Miss Ann and J M. Canon; Mirror with hammered brass pine, Mrs. G. M. Mi.U; ailvwr card receiver, Mrs. Titus and Mis. Brorahall, Muscatine, Iowa; Chair Ti 'j, J. Alaback and family ;Pair hand painted plaques, Nellie F. Canon, Muscatine, Iowa; Pair of glass wall brackets, perfnmery and slipper case. May and Anna Kitull; Silver and glass perfumery set, Mrs. J. M. llasncsa, i Mound City. Missouri; Silver and glass perluniery set, Mrs. Drake.Mound City, Missouri; Match holder, Cora Poindex ter, St. Joseph, Missouri; silver and glass butter set, Mrs. Peter Galbraith ; China hand painted vase set in diver. Mm. T. I Kreek, Oregon, Missouri; Carving knife and fork, W. A. od; Brush broom and holder, Nellie Buzan; The 31::rkcls. The situation of the eattie m.iiVct re mains much the sume a week ago. The receipts during the p.ut week wero a little lighter, but amp'e for tLc de m hi. d, if jjood4corn-led bcist? be ex cepted which win re ssaro. Yhi few good, ripe, corn-led catt'o couiiag in aie selling well and may be a littlo firmer. Tho western range rattle, how ever, have the market uud b'tyers are slow to bid the prices of these np. While prices are i.o Ughur, the geuernl feeling in !!m trade is a little beltr Since tho eatliei has grown colder there has been quite a picking up in tt.' demand for western cattle from hteders though not sufficient to change prkes. Looking oyer ihv. market from cttst to west, the outlook is a litt'e more en couraging. Many of the heavy ship pers from the northwest are through, and the labor troubles are quieting down, stock water is better and !a:: pasturage good ; htr.?a w'jile we aic unable to report any advance, the situa tion of the iraiket is mjro encouragins than for some tune. Liberal reci; Is favored buyers anfl caused a sharp d"tline at all the wes tern centers. Packers wets all cat in the yards and wanted hog?, but wanted them at lower prices, and as the ship ping den nml was not strong they suc ceeded in squeezing values badlr. As a natural sequence the receipts haye dropped oil badly the pnH lew days and prices have bttn bid up a lit tle stronger in order to enroutge ship ments. But fecd.rs should be up to these tricks of the wily packers 1-y this time and avoid placing into theirhands, There is eyery evidence of short hojj crop and no reason .why prio s should not hold lip. Itu; th tb k but one suc cessful rule .to follow in Marketing stock, and that.w toJu ep cant ai.d cull out and only market your s:ock as It ripens, thus furnishing .1 stxsady sup ply cjtft avoiding :UiU. It is these ex cessive runs thaltipset the xnrukct, and too frequently upset shippers too. There is nothing especially significant in the l.reak In pricts .the p:w, weo. While the pucking-!ioiis ha-ds striko was declared it took some dys for the big houses in Cbiwg' to get -trui;ht-cned up and started tom'iningjsnwth ly, hence they hnve not been aJ yet ready for large runs ot hod and .tLo full receipts had more influence on tiade than the) would hnve hud other wise. '1 he extreme range Tuesday was 70 to 4 00; bulk ol sides 3 75 to ). Th; same date lat-t year the extreme inDgewiiS $3 20 to $ CO; of wues $3 40 to 3 50. "We wilt battle down cur opponents and give the proud old Democratic Liid wings that she may soar on to victoiy Holt County Prosu. Decidedly "Sore" on ler victory. M. N. C. C S. ri. Stands tor Ma-kl,iud's New us Custom Shoe Storn. Where you can get ti'. best bar gains iu Hoots, Shoes, Siippers, cut., that you eve." made. School shoes lor boys, girls ami Misses, mo.-'t, dursble aad very ctn.jp. Kreek & Watson. Go to K. P. Hosteller's for jour oysters. Select, 5lo aud Nov Voiic Counts COc per can. Oien & Saegtr, of Now J'oii.t, ar helling best quaiity of Daibedwiioat four cents per puui.d. Cheap fcs ih,- chcane.'t good, ss tho best, is our line of boys clottnng; je5 the mand be convinced. Kiec; & Wat son. Jost ph Polley, near the Ma.. flower school house bus all kir.d id native lumber for sale. lie is also icaily m d j sawinj for parties :u: saoi as they hava their logs ready and in plrn.i. The posti'tlice addr-ss "f Dr. Y-:i-nin who was in Forest City some fif teen or twenty years ago, is wanted by the widow of "Thomai E. lttnn"!', a. formtr citizen of Holt xinuty. Aildie& R. Gilllillan, Alba, Jasper County Missouri. Full stock men's boots at Mark land's for only 2.00. He will save you 25 per cent, on all purchases I have aguanlity of good honey that I will sell at ten cents per pound, or 11 pounds for SI 00. Also nave some extra fine at 12 1-2 cents per pound or 10 pounds for $1.00 L. G. Turns Forest I :itv. The W. C. T. U. mass meeting i Mantle lambrequin, Mrs. Dr. F.E. Bul that was to have been held at New lock ; Silver sugar spoon, Mrs. A. Pinfc Point last Friday, was postponed an ac- ston, Glas fmit set, Mrs. George An count ot the rain, and will be held on dtrson, Oicgon, Missouri; Brass easel, Friday evening, Xovember 5th, with- jirg. G. B. Poindexter- St. Joseph, Mis out change of program, assisted by wun. One dozen napkins, Mrs. Nick, Mrs. Minerva Bond Minttr Perry, Kansas; Tidic, Mi. Mrs. Belle Downey, of Minnesota Val- . " ley, who wdl deliver addresses. Georgie Brown. For judge M largo we present B. F. Fleming and he wid bo returned for another term. Press, Oct. 23nl. Where to.neighbor? Married, at the lesiduuce of Mr. James Wilson. Forbes, Mo., Novni ber 3d, Mr. George Devo.ss and Misi Beitio Wilon. Promptly at H i-'clock the happy coiiply presented themselves before Rev. C. W. Miller who in hi usual pleasant and impressive mvnr.tt uronounced them husirnd and wif". A few of the lelative and lue'ij-. wei present to witness th ceremony; after which they were seated before a .upper such as can be herved only on u- h an occasion. Many were the etcf.r:t and useful presents bust w?J upon ."a-, and Mis Duvorss by their admiini frionils. May they have a p!ea.:it n::d pros. tour journey through life it tho wik t the Sextixel. The drouth does not ste-n to havo affected Salt Creek one bit Holt County Trcs. We are glad to receive the informs, tion. You-uns ot tu no. Mrs. Vao Pelt is prepared to az- commodalc a tew boarders.