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OJIEGCXST, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBEIl 7, 1883.
. W. Bailey Mercantile Co.U
HAVE JUST RECEIVED.
Go to D. M. Martin for horse Blank
Emma Curry Is visiting friends lu
Subscribe (or tho Skntikl
5I.0O a year.
-Go to P. M. Zook's Ait Gallery for
Flue Large heads.
Mtw Cloaks for Ladloi ranging from $5.00 to $15.00 each.
Mow Cloth Dolmans ranging from $7 each to $10.
New Silk Dolmans ranging from $20 to $75 each.
New Cloth Russian Circulars ranging Irom $10 50 to $25.00.
Xn Blik Russian Circulars, Plain and Brocaded.
Now Cloth Paletots at $10.00 to $'25.00 each.
New Brocaded and Radzlmuro Silk Newmarkets.
New Satin Lined Circulars, Fur Trimmed.
New Plush Sacques from $25.00 to $60.00.
Alto a fow New Chrtldrou'a Cloaks and Havelocks.
If you Intend buying a Wiutor Wrap you cannot afford to ruin tlioro bar
Fair Warning To All.
Vfe Uavo dotormlncd (o close out onr stock of SEAL SKIN,
FUR LINED and FINE IMPORTED WRAPS us soon as possible,
nod to do it shall miuie home very low prlooj this week If yon need
ft Winter Wrap come now and get first choleo of these grand bnr-
We also offer this week special bargains in Flue Ready Suits
just about half price.
WE NOW DISPLAY.
Novelties In Celluloid Toilet Sets.
Celluloid Dressing Combs and Hair Brushes.
Celluloid Hat nil Clothes Brushes.
New Ptylos In Plush and Leather Hand lings and Satchels.
New Designs lu Flush Whi-k Broom Cases.
Ebony Gilt and Hush Photograph Frames.
Fiae Embroidered Plu h Tidies and Talo Scarfs. t
Late Stylts in Ladio-' Laeu and Mull Fisehm.
Noveltits in Ladies' Embroidered, Hemstitched ami Plain Llneu Collars.
Children's Collar in Popular Styles.
AHraotlvo Specialties in Ladles' and Gents' Linen Handkorohlefs.
oo CollUon, New Poiut, smiled on I .Mrs. John Buckcr Is slowly rccor-
From this date forward wo shall be almost daily receiving goods
adapUd lor Holiday Gilts, which we shall take plca'tir in showing.
Please remember tliut our store will be kept open every Satur
day oigbi unttl V o ciocK.
j. w. mm mmstile
Fifth and Felix Sreet.
ST. JOSEPH, HVCCX
Most Interesting and Latest News !
THE LARGEST AND FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
' Krei brought to Oregon. Preleuts to suit Evorybody. Read the following:
Toilet Sets, Smoker's Sets, Baskets,
Work Boxes, Shell Boxes, Books,
Toy Drums, Toy Blocks, Vases,
Mechanical Toys of all Kinds,
Toy Tea Sets Wood, China and Tin,
Tho Finest Assortment of Majolica Ware, and
the Largest and Finest Assortment of
Candies ever brought to Oregon.
Ail of the above, and many other handsomo Christmas presents, can be found at
E. P. HOSTETTER'S. 0RE60N.
E. A. WELTY & CO.
Every Citizen In Holt County:
As Mound City i tho Center of Holt, So
Yon will find us the Centre of Attraction in
giving BargaiuH in All Lines of Staple and
Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Glassware and Queouswure. "Wo soil tho
Pholps, Dodge and Palmer Glove-Fitting
Boots and Shoos, all of which are Warranted.
Onr Goods aro all LEADERS, and our LEAD
ERS are all BARGAINS." Remember wo
mctijb any and a JUST COMPETIT ICS. With
thanks for past patronage of our friends, Wo
romulu Yours Truly,
E. A. Welty & o.
IMIOTJHSTjD CITY, 1sLCDJ
us Wednesday .
II. (J. Schmidt soils tho boss
wagon -Orchard City.
Jako Wcller nnd Charley Gr&vcs,
Maltland, Sundayed In Oregon.
Co to Scott & Shambnugh, Forbes,
Jlo., to get your harness r quired.
P. M. Zook will tnko your photo,
graphs running, sitting or standing.
Miss Mntlie Russcl 1ms returned
from her extended visit with fnouds lu
William Armstrong nnd Louie Bur
gos, of Forest City, took In Oregon
Audorsou & Boyd are offering special
Inducements iu Lap Kobes and Homo
Minion & Burgess are giving on" au
extra ten per cent, discount on all
Dr. J. J. Art and his father, of
Maitiaud, were in our city a few days
ago ou business.
- Cents : Tho place lo buy your fur
nishing goods, is at Pierce, Ilium &
Co's, Forbes, Mo.
John VanGundy, of Mliton, Atchi
son county, Mo., was lu Oregon last
Wednesday ou business.
L. L Greene, tho popular painter
at Maltland, .Mo., is buy as a bee, and
giving general satisfaction.
-Mr. 11. F. Hicks, of Louisville,
Kentucky, is paying a visit lo his sis
ter, Mrs. James T. Howell, of this city
Why pay 60 and 75 cents a cony for
music, when you can get it for a nickel
by ralllug on Phil J. Zillus, Oregon,
Mr. Miller, of Oregon City, Ogle
county, Illinois, i m the city, the guest
of Jailor I'lnlbrick. IIu tlnuks of locat
ing in Holt.
John Meyers, of Now Polrt, droro
a nice bunch of hogs through town last
Tuesday. They wore shipped from For
est City tj St. Joseph.
T. L. Price was iu St. Joseph last
"week laying m his holiday block. He
was accompanied by his wile, sister
and Miss Maggie Rnluy.
Hilly Bearwalt sold his place this
week, I vmi' a mile and a half noutlinust
f Oregon, aud known as tho Dullon-J
baiigh larin, to M. II. Taylor for S700j
Tho Orchard City Wagon, or tlj
Mllburn Higgles have no superiorj
quality, material or workiiian.-htp. '"
M .l.lt .11
t hour Jir
Henry Perot, our liglanoL.rod
man. linished roding tho noj'Nyenco
of Matthuw Golvln Inst vo .k. John
Greene is doing the painting. When
completed Mr, G will have ouo of the
handsomest residences in the couuty
I ho Diinknrd meeting announced
in last week's Skntinci. to bo hold at
Hard Scrabble school h mse, December
1st and 2nd, has been postponed uni 11
the 22nd and 23id of this mouth, Sat
urday nnd Sunday.
Parties wanting a good team and
rig should call on George N. Holt,
Maiiland, Mo. Ho will troat you fair
and square. Ho has recently pur
chased the Nodaway Valley stable iu
UMuilland, and will conduct it lu first-
erlug from her reexnt illness.
Mrs. Lucy Christian is vUHIng
friends in Concordia, Kama.
A few second hand wagous and bug
gles at D. M. Martin's at barfcaini.
'Squire David has returned from
his visit with his daughter at Troy,
P. M. Zook is prepared to make
you good Photographs iu dark, cloudy
-W. F. Drake will hold nil examina
tion of teacheis at Mound Clfy, ou the
Minion & Uurgess are giving ofTun
extra ten per cent, discount ou nil
Stirvlccs nt tho Christian church
next Sunday morning and ovenlug, bv
FJder O. C. Hill.
Evans' standard music only 0 eenls
a copy, at P. J. Zillcs' Jewelery Store,
Kd. Nuzuiu, the great stock dealer
of Doniphan county, Kansas, was in
onr city Monday.
Uuy your Hardware, Woodenware,
Tinware, Agricultural Iinplonients.Ktc.
at Scott & Slumbaugh's, Forbes, Mo.
Maltland shipped 11,580 bushcN ot
apples this full, of which the enterpris
ing firm of (iridium & Frame, sliipj ed
M. (Jelvln slipped one car of hogs
f i om Fotbes last Saturday, and one
from Fnio.-t City last 'Tuesday. They
went to St Joseph.
Co and seo thoso elegant Robes
and lllaiikels that I). M. Martin is sell
ing s i cheap. Finest nssormiont over
brought to Holt county.
Thomas II. Parruh and fann'y to
turned to this city last Saturday, afti r
an nbsenco or several weeks iu Iowa
Kd. Welly has returned from hi
prolongod visil at St. Joseph, and as
Hob Lyons has a now chequer board,
the boys can now look out for fuu at
the Court House.
GEORGE N. HOLT,
-FBOmiETOR OP TUB-
Ljivery and Feed Stabie,
Hannjj reeently purchaaad this popular stablo. it shall he our constant aim to
crapply the wants pf the public- in our ll::c. Wo will Loop none but
And chsri' reasonable priovi. Tho publio aro rospeott'ully invitod to
give us a call.
George N. Holt Maitland.
P. M. 55ook is now prepared lo
mako you ns good piitures, and as
ckeap as you can pet them m St Jo
soph. Ho has just received new acces.
Sarins unit Bimnm'v. If vim wiinl. iiirv
i lures to send to vonr 1'ilouds foe hull
u Jay prot-onts, go at onco nnd leave your
monsuro, so ho will have time to got
Mr. NeUon Cowman, an old timo
"print" of tills place, accompanied
by his wifo and children arrived in Or
ogon last Saturday from La Junta, Col
orado, whero Mr. Iiowmaii is now run
nmg a paper. Both Mr and Mrs Bow
man havo many friends lu ()ro:on, this
having been their home from childhood
up to tho time of tlietr mai rlago, when
thoy omigratod west. Mrs. B, is tho
daughter of our esteemed follow towns
man, Mr. H.Pinksion. They will speud
several weeks with rolativos and friends
Wo are m recolpt of copies of the
Philadelphia Weekly Pross and terms
for 1881. The Press is unquestionably
one of tho best Republican newspaper
In tho oonutry, and desorvos tho par
tronaga of all who want a first clans
oastoru weokly. Wo will havo copies of
Tho Weekly Pross at tho Sentinel oflleo
for Inspection, or you may obtain a sam.
plo copy tree by sending a postal-osrd
request to The Pious, Philadelphia, Pa.
By special arrangement wo are able to
offor Tho Wookly Press togethor with
the &kntinel to subsorlbors, ouo year,
postngo Iroo, for $2.85.
j -I)o you want a strictly llrst-class
HJW or Wagon? Call at tuu Central,
hero you can get a bargain that you
,vi.l never legret. II. C. Schmidt.
Piop., Oregon, Mo.
KIcgant wedding cuds havo been
Is.smd, utinnnciug tlio nnpiials of
.fti'is UlHi Frazer, of Mound Cny, and
Mr. John K. LongncckHi-, of Rock Port,
Wednesday cvenlug, December 12th.
List ol letters remaining In thu Or
,!Soll'l,,tttm unoailcil for, Decuniber
1st, 183: Mrs. Roso llr.iwn, (), Mrs.
Rasill Blown, Charles C Cliueli.lleorgo
K. King, Jane MeCwIley. A D. McUin
zio, 1). W. O'Doiinell (2).
K L. Allen, I'M.
Henry Nios has purchacd the Btoro
and rcsidenco property of his father.
Wo understand that Uraud-pa N' es aud
wife coiiteiiiplato going to O.ogon In;
tho Spring, where they will make their)
iiuuru uoiun. vo nope wim tnu luiurii ; I'oibes, Mo.
nt llin fnltlilnc U.MI! .iiinf.liiil.. I.. .....
uiaiu with US.
-Billy Welch Is working lu Dei
Born, to Louis Lueklurdt and wife
last week, a daughter.
Buy your Harness ol Anderson &
Boyd. They mako tho best.
Go to Pierce, Blum & Co., Forbei,
Mo., for your Holiday Goodi.
Dr. (ioslln visited Maitland on pro
fessional builness last Wednesday.
Remember -Cheap Photographs nt
P. M. Zook's Gallery for n short time.
Million & Burgesi want 100 men to
call nt their store in ForoU City imme
diately. The next session of the Teaihcrs'
Imtltttc will bo held in BIgoiow, Janu.
Chas. Halt, of Pueblo, Colorado, U
visiting his sinter, Mrs. Barney Will
iam, of Forest City.
Buy your lUiuess, Halters, Brid
les, aud all strap-woik at Scott & Sham
bauh'e, Forbes, Mo.
OMoirl uud wifo of New Point,
h.vro returned from their visit with
friends iu Andrew county,
Clinton Luverlch lias purchased
tho residence ol Henry Nios. He will
take possession January 1st.
Henry II Alkire and his nccom-
pi. shed d'Uihtcr, Rachel, were among
fileuds lu this city last week.
Mrs. Maggio Farris, of TopeKa,
Kansas, with her two chi ilron, are vis
itiug tho family ot J. 11. Nies.
Mi."s Susie Lukens, who is teaching
at Hiawatha, Kansas, spent Thanks
giving with her parents m this city.
Dan. M. Martin says ho will sell
ymi n Saddle, bridle, or set of harness
cheaper than any tlrm iu Holt county.
W. M. Allen of Ottawa, Kansas,
was in our city a few days last week,
VHlling his parents, brothers ami sisters.
A larye force of men aro at work
on Davis Cicek. They will try to put
ii m sucn biiape as to prevent lis urcr-
Don't fall to call on Pl-rce, Blum
& Co., Foibes, Mo., when you want any
thing Ihat is usually to bo lound iu a
tiist-class stuck of general merchandise.
Married at thu M K. i-aronage in
this city, December lth., by Ruv. S
l urotkeis, Mr. F. C Foinry, f Mourn!
City, and Mies Nancy K. Weaver, of
Marned, at tho rcsidenco of tlu
bride's parents, tkis city, November
2Jlh, by (ho Kov. Samuel C irothurs,
Mr W. A Browuini: of .Sharp's Grove.
and MLJs Julia May, of Oiegon.
Wo have received volume one, Milli
ner thirty-six of the Dally Republican,
au independent Republican paper pub
lihed at Canton, I llnoK by A. M.
Swan, a toruiei -itlzen of this place.
Tho Thank-giving dinner aud fes
tival ivou by the ladies of the M. K
Church, was a icinarkablc success in
every respi ct. Total receipts about
$116 IK), aud a m st uujoyablc tlmo.
The ladies are cordially inv ted to
call and e.Mimiuc our large Hue of Nu
bias, Ilood., Bicakfast Shawls, etc., etc.
We will .ive you pi lees that cannot be
I'oat in St. Joseph Pietce, Blum & Co.,
5,000 iMen, Women and Children
Can find nt T. L. TRICES the following useful articles
eu Fire Set, Toilet Set.s, Rird Caijes, Carvinir -
j.uiuo anil imukm, oiiver ivnivos anu Forks,
Pocket Cutlery, Silver Snoons. Hheurn ami
Sciswoi-H, Crumb Trays and HrusheH,TeaTniyH,
Shot Guild, Flower Pot Brackets, Pinking
H5u irons, Jiic., r;ie.,
Which will make n handsome ami useful present for your Father, Mother, Sister,
I uclc, Aunt, Sn-cetlieart, or anyone you want to mako a Christmas prosnt to.
T. L. PRICE, Oregon, Mo.
iiYMiYes, Oil YeslHi
FOtt YOUU fjl
Ml HI !
Kverybody has been rushing to
T. S. HINDE'S Popular Drug
Store to got r-n Invltati m ta
Commeiiciui; the 1111,'ht of Do
cernlior Wth to I take
this method of extending you
all a kind invitation to see
"Night us Light as Day," ami
look nt my Grand Display of
1 1 IIS, Qffil.
Tho wood trado at Forbes is be
coming one of the principal industries
of that part of tho county, und furnish
es employment to a largo number of
men. The firm of Wilson & Quick
have shipped one thousand cords this
tall, and now have a contract for 1,200
co ids to be delivered lo a St. Joseph
firm at nn early day. S. M. Shirley has
uUo shlppod 1,000 cords this fall. The
above shipments were all hard wood
TLu shipments of soft wood, such us
coitonwuod, will run up iulo the hun
dreds of cords.
Most every one has noticed the un
usual brightness of tho sunsets lately.
The phenomenon Is duo to wlu.t is
known as a "cry fog." In tho United
Slates tills frequently occurs lu Novom
ber or tho lattor pan ot October, com-
monly known as Indl in 'umuioi'. This
uppenrance is characterized by a hazy
appearanco of thu atmosphcio, a red
ness of tho iky. absence of rain, and a
mild temperaturo. This appears to ro
suit from a dry and stagnant stato of
thu ntmosphoro, during which the nir,
particularly tho upper portion, becoiues
tilled with dust aud Biuoko arising from
numerous tiros, by which its transparen
cy is groatly impaired. A genoral rain
clojs out these Impurities, This phe
nomenon is not peculiar lo tho Unltod
Statos, being frequently observed in
Kuropo. During long periods of
drouth in summer, the same peculiar
appearance of tho sky is observed,
Can mako from $2,60 to 85,00 per day
oaoh if thoy aro 111 need of an Overcoat
una win uuy 01 Milium en isurgoss, l or-
est uy, io.
Rninenibcr the date of tho "Grand
Illumination" at T. S. HindoVdrug
store, eotir.'iciieiug Monday evening,
Dcuember 17ih, uud continuing uvoiy
night for a week Don't fail to attend
his "Grand Illumination" and you will
bo amply lupaid for your trouble.
Tho well known firm of Zook &
Canon have Ju-t tluislicd refilling their
mill from basement to garret witluht
latest Improved inwliiuery of the day,
Hour moat aud feud constantly 011 baud
give them a trial. Zooic & Canon.
Forest City, Mo.
The Indies of tho I'resbytoriau
chinch will give au oystor .supper und
candy pulling thursday evening Deo. It)
li-b.'l ut Sterrelts Hall. Au uwiial elfort
will bo put forth to maku It the gay est
and most onjoyublu social event of tho
season a cordial Invitation is extended
to all Come everybody aud havo a
Of tho many, many, beautiful, and
appropriate prokonta to bo found lu
our city for tho Holiday trade, none
carry a larger or 111010 complete stock
tliuu K. 1 Hosteller. Ho carries the
largest assortment of lluo cnudios to bo
touud in Holt county. Read his "ad't
on this page and tee it you can't pick
cut something that will make a nice
Now is tho soason of the year wlinu
economical porson scans tho nows
papers for tho ehoapest plaoe to lay lu
Ills supply of holiday and UlirUtums
goods, and tho dealers who offers tho
best inducement lu the most prominent
mauner will be tho llrst to bo consulted.
A hint lo the wise business man is suf
ficient. Plant your attractions before
tho pooplo oarly mid you
reap a rich harvest,
We have a farm of 100 acres for
sales. Call at this office.
-Born, to Philip Schulto and wife a
son, Suturdav. December 1st
Gcorgo Wolton, of Xewtou, Iowa,
is visiting Ids pare.its iu this city.
-Get Anderson & Boyd's prices on
Saddles liotoro purchasing e suA hero.
Lddio Allen, of Rock Port, spent
Tkaiilglvlng with his parents in this
.MUs Allio Russel returned from a
pleasant and piotraetod visit lu Ohio
P. M. Zook is receiving a largo in
voice of Picture Fri'mos of all kinds lor
the Holiday trade.
Read what our advoi Users have to
.r tins week, and go to them to buy
our holiday presents.
Joo.Williitius and famlly.of Forbes,
spout lhrtiiksglyiiig with his father-
in-law, Mr. Vino Hovuy, of Forest City.
Jjhn Stokes, was among us ou
Monday last, aud wo understand par
1 hacod Cave Hunt's hamUomo property
W. II. fJtorrett, ouo of tho popular
and enterprising citizens of Oregon, has
ordured the chaiis lor tho ooatlncr ol his
! or Comforts and Blankols, ro
uwniber that tho place to got good bar
gains in 1 horn is nt the reliable house of
Pierce, Blum & Co., Forbes, Mo.
-11. M. Mavtin's largo stock of
Robes, Blankets, eta., huvo arrived and
he is now prepared to furnish nil who
call, at price that defy compilation.
King & Proud ask for a share of
tho Holiday trado 111 this issue of our
paper They liaudlo nothing but first-
oiass goods, and will glvo you as good
bargainees jou can get anywhere.
James L, Allen, of Oregon, has
again omuarkod lu thovuioroanllla busi
ness gone back to his first lovo aa it
were, Ho hug purchased a stook of
goods iu Westboro, Atchison county.
Tho now Hint will bo Helper & Allen.
will surely I Wo wish Mr. Allen suoess, (11 hli new
I field of labor,
J. W. Batcheller and wife, of St.
Joseph, woro vhitlng lu Oregon, last
The stono wotk In the county jail
is progressing lluely under tho niauag
mculof L7.n1 Benson.
Major Kelley, ol Forest City, was
shaking hands with some of his many
fnionds in Oregon, Tuesday.
- Christian Meyer Port, G. A. R. will
celebrate the tlrst nnnivorsary of tkelr
organization ou tho SOlh Inst.
S. M. Shirley, formorly of Forbf.
but now of St. Joseph, was interview
ing our Circuit Clerk last week.
Rev. S. Cnrothcrs will preach at
tho M. U. chrch, Oregon, next Sunday
morning and oyenlng. AH aro Invited.
-Those desiring photos for the Hoi
Idaye should come at once in order to
havo thorn liulshod in time. P. M. Zook,
Rogular moitlng of Christ Meyer
Post, G. A. R , Saturday evening, Deo.
8th. Visiting comrades fratornally in
vited. Onr city council ou Tuesday cvo
nlng last, passed 1111 ordinance declar
ing it to be a nuisance for cows to run
Moore & Hoffman havo a farm for
salo Ia a German neighborhood in
which thoro is a bargain for scma one;
will trido same for a smaller ose.
Wo aro now odVring to tho public
a laro and nobby lino ot Boots aud
Shoes, at bed-rock prices.
PIKKCE, BLUM & CO.,
lUnry A. Bowie, of Rjswell, Kast
Rulo, was in town a low days a-'o, and
reports hu scIiojI in a flourishing co'
lition. lie says all the schools of th.it
vicinity as far as ho can learn, aro U
bettor condition than u-uttl.
-T. L. Price is now roady for tho
Holidays with 11 nice lino of iir-eful and
boauiifut presents for all. Read what
ho has to Kiy elsowhero in this
iscue of the Sentinel. He also oar-
ies the only exclusive stoek of haid-
ware in town, and will niukojou prlos
as cho.ip as you can gut In St. Joe.
Samuel Stuekey h is received ord
ers from the department at Washington,
to carry tho mails from Forest City to
Oregon four tunes a day, instead of
twiee, as heretofore; the two extra
malls being from the "Maitland train"
as it is familiarly called This inoroaie
has been si cured thiougli tho efforts of
our postmaster, and wt I bo of great
value to tho people living lu tho north
ern portion of the county .
Wo kayo received volume I. of the
census, trout which gloan the follow
ing: Total popuhitlou ot Holt county,
without regard to ago, sex, race, color
or previous condition of soriitude, 16,
609. Foreign born, 690; colored, 2te
Alio colored population In I860, wu
3U9;-Gorman 110, Roland 162, England
and Wales, l'.'.', 110 Indians or Chlnoto,
States furnishing the must settlers
Ohio, 1255; Indiana, 1101; IllitiotsJM;
Kentucky, 610; Viigiubi, 163; Pennsyl
vania, 393. Siatos that furnished the
most people for Missouri were; Illinois
103,280, Kentucky, 102,71)9; Ohio. 78,-
938 ; Tonueseo, 72,154 ; Indiana 60.0W;
Tiiginla, 01,058, Now Voik, 83,126
Pennsylvania, 37,220: Iowa, 80.6G1.
A fow good, steady, young or U
men or Uuvsboys wiih a mustache
profered can find Nobby Sult aud
pric es to Ut 'em at Mlntou & Burgess',
Forest City, Mo.
5 CElsTTS I
There Is uo necessity for you to ur
60 aud 75 cts. a pioc for your ihet
muilu auy Unirer. Mr. Phil. J. Zlllss.
Jeweler, Oregon, Mo,, has juit complet
ed arraugouieiits with a largo publlih
lti r house, by wbioli bo is ouabled U
furnish Evans' Standard Musio at tUa
vory low nrtuo of 5 cents a couy. Br
mail 6 ota Write to P. J.ZIIU4, Drcgwa,
BEST FIIESU OyaTEBg,
OKitVHi) in ajj, arruw,