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I The Old Corner. Is is? p if 0000$ 00, Young-Townsend-Frazer Minimi City. -John HusnesH, of The Xewa, was in Oregon .Monday. V."7 Charles McCandlish. of Craig, was visiting in the city the latter part of the week. William Hol.litzell has just treated Ins 1 residence 1 to a coat of paint. Reese .v foster, of Oregon, are the contractors. Mound City is greatly in need of mora good mechanics Carpenters are in great demand every .lav and nil work men are bus. The CatTray &. Wilson cigar faetorv now employs ten men and is still behind with orders. They make the finest quality of cigars. -The brick work on the Punshon lilock is now cunpleted for the first .-tory and work will commence as soon ;.s the timber can lie laid. The Bridges Hardware Co. will move into the new huildiug erected bv W. O. ouson Seventh and State streets as soon as the inside work is finished. -The resident-re nf .Ti.hn R slmltl, and .1. 15 Ross in the northern suburbs are now completed. They are two or the finest finished houses in'tl.o The City hotel has been bought bv 1 if, 11 r..... 1 ... .... . ..." I ...... ii v.iiuu. nun We unuersiauci no will renovate the building and itart a hotel. He is now giving it a coat of paint. -W. A. Corhran has sold ins liverv ."atehSi 51 st w iJisAof price- An ar fcicle may be we are informed. low in price, yet by no means cheap. .-.I and many interesting speeches were StOCK Ol i? all and Winter Dry GOOdS and mvit- listened to. the 111 re hah - Mound I ITI fT TOlir lncnopti r"n nt fho 00 1 x w x - ugc IU I oudut. mau uui aim Hits Uccll LO get tile D6SI, the newest and most desirable goods the mar kets contain, nnr mir nim lioo nt Vmn-n . 1 . MfAAAA 'AtJ .14 W U UCCiX OVJ buildup a reputation for low prices at the THE CASH STORE. There is a great difference between cheat)- . n -n 1 . i Harmony, I T Mi Thnmno T.tilitlrn.r ia iititfktii.lr with fever. Robt Kermeen Mild his fat wittle and hogs this week. Miss Eva Peters is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lulu Zeller. Brazil Boring, who met with an acci dent some time ago. is improving. - -Kate, the 2-year old daughter of W. S. and Lulu Zeller. died of Dux, Sept 4. W. H. Lacey commenced a six months' tei in of school at Harmony. Monday. --Protracted meeting will commence at King Grove Sunday night, Sept. 19. Prayer meeting at Harmony every Wed nesday nfght. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Married, at the residence of Mr. Dan Oivens, Mr Will Fullertonand MiesXora Acton, both of .this neighborhood. About sixty guests were present. Many and costly presents were received. Both are well known, and niBy happiness be 1 their lot is the wish of their nianv fnends. Iiksms. City Band furnished the music -OurcitV was Hvpned nn Snlnnhv night by a general fistic encounter in the street. Lester Schnfeldt and Dan Metz being the principal. Schnfeldt knocked Metz out in the first miiml Mi7PSSt"SuMir i sacrifice of quality or style. Your e-ood iuriK mUiSrSt bear out our statement that the voung people and we wish them naught ' VaiUeS we offer m all desirable classes of New '-"lliSon. a stud,,, of the 0! SB Of (Chicago Medical college, left Tuedav immense advantages we nossess as a Cash f..r that place, where he will graduate ' House in both buying: and sellins: TIipsp faotq in pharmacy next Rprinir. He accom- - , J P oiimg. xucae IctOtS panied Miss Jennie Haigler, who went ' , aiiKe important to our home citizens and '-u-S'SiiSSnTt xeii-iSfat5S1ilailcls of visitors expected in our city McXulty.orThaver.Kas.. who was to UlS WeeK. i.aye been mamod to r. j c Tracey. The continuous arrival of large lots of New if this place, last week.was thrown from1 r.A.j0 4.-1, , t WW UUHBW :i buggy near her home and badly hurt. uuuuiJ JJXO0 LUaiS.eS ail aepai'tmentS - Our schools are now getting down to work with zal. The building was entirelv too small to accommodate the scholars ,-nd conseijuentlv C. C. Moore has the Sunday school room at the Presbyterian, which was formerly built for nn academy. At tie Democratic primaries last aturdav eleven delegates were elected to the Forest Citv countv convention. and J. M. Hasnesp. C. C. Fuller and Joseph Groves were choen township romnnttemen. The delegates were in struct forGuinn for representative. Mound City's place among the cor resKindents has for some time lieen va cant, and ns wo seo she is the amo bustling little city, we know she is vorthy of representation in the columns of Tin: Se.nti.meu and it is for this rea son that we again address its many reader, and will, rrnm time to time, try o tell you some of the important doings of our city and surroundings. pittubiuaiiy complete, we tnrow open our nuuxa tu vjtisitors ana citizens, mvitmg their close, careful and critical examination of our gocds, our styles and our prices. Young Townsend Pktros. For Sale ! The choice grain and stock farm, known as the K. D. McCoy estate, three miles east of Mound City." Mo., consist ing of one thousand and forty acres. Choicest of land and liest of location. Will sell part or the whole in tracts to suit. Terms made favorable. For fur ther particulars call on "r write to K. A. Bnowx. Bigelow, Mo. Frazer DRY GOODS CO., Southwest Corner Fourth and Felix Streets, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. Union. Miss Nodie Irwin is on the sick-list. Preaching at this nlace Sundav ' morning and evening, by Rev. Alder i man. 1 There was no prayer meeting last Saturday night on account of the rain. t but it will be conducted next Saturday night by Mrs. James Bucher, the sub ject being "Work." i-eh Kate and Johnny Cur is were visiting relatives northwest of Mound City Sunday and Monday, accompanied by their cousin, Mrs. Belle Calloway . of Mercer county, Missouri. ' Fx... A Happy Wedding. A very pleasant little weitding part of young and old, consisting of near rel atives and friends of the bride and groom, gathered. Wednesday evening Sept. 7, at the home of Mr. W. C. Dow, College Springs, to witness the mar rag of Ins daughter. Gertrude L-. to Mr. George R. Murray, of Oregon, Mo. At the hour of Siio p. in., the guests were all invited to the parlor, where the brule ami groom soon apiieared ami wert united in holy wedlock. In a few minutes supper was announced and two large tables, c intaining a most tempting nnd sump tiiiiiiN respa.t were filled with guests a liist and second time and the remainder of the evening was variously spent in mh.-i.iI enjoyment. This worthy young couple were both honored students of Amity College, the bride having gradii ated in the Art department in lSSi. She looked very beautiful last evening, standing amid walls resplendent with fine paintings, the work of her own brush. A large number of tine presents were offered by the guests, and many happy wi.-hes expressed by the friends oi" the young couple at parting. Their start in life is very hopeful and promising from the excellent character which each has sustained, and n host of friends will join u- in wishing them for a 1 the future, grace, mercy am) pence. Page County Iowa Current. ThkSenti Ei.exte.id!t congratulations, and would add that ttit- groom is one of our most promising young men. and junior part ner of the firm of X. F. Murray & Sons., the well know- Holt county nurterymen. After a brief bridal sojourn at Omaha, the couple came to our city on Friday last and are now enjoying their honey moon. On their arrival they were gree ed by an assemblage of a few inti mate friends who extended hearty con gratulations and all partook of another bountiful reimst. Mav the life of each , of these two ever be as one long sum . mer day. I The first prize on Plymouth Rock (chickens, at th Maitland fair, was i awarded to R. W.Thomas, instead of D. R. illinmson, ns we stated in a for ' : I mer issue. The premium was S2 instead 1 , J .JCc extraordinary powers to get hold ol Rea8anaa8. " i ,er. sl from dale. Tcrnis of .l7Il money and corporation and trusts are "ea";pro .,.,, i u, Z m-u-.M X.. I.v-bidding. Everything to bo sold as advertised.