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Mttfiutl VOLUME XXIII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1887. N1JMBEE 15. A GGRDIAL INVITATION is extended to all the readers of THE SENTINEL to visit the L NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE occupying the entire first floor (50X100 feet) and base ment of the new Y.M.C. A. BUILDING, and acknowledged by all to be the handsomest business house Samples gladly sent to any point, and our Monthly Fash ion Plates will bs sent to all, free of charge, who may favor us with their address. Our Specialities are 1rVS l T( it II IN ,T K lit , Remember, we also give a re bate to all our customers in or der to cut their R.R. fare down to an insignificant sum. Con sult your interests by calling on or addressing all your or ders to the Popular and Pro gressive House of TIE SSETZ-BL DEI BOOBS IWW1 St. JOSEPH, MO., SEPTEMBER 2, 1887. DEAR FRIENDS: After resting a year, I have again ac cepted my -farmer position with the firm of TOWNSEND, WYATT & CO., Corner 4th and Felix Streets, St. Joseph, Mo.. will be ready to accommodate my many Friends in Holt on and after SEPTEMBER 12th, 1837. shall endeavor in the future, as in the Past, to do "My Very Best" for my Patrons. All OR DERS will receive Prompt Attention, and SAMPLE ORDERS SPECIAL CARE. Yours Respectfully, ANNA FIEGENBAUM. NOW LOOK AT THIS Read -and Ponder Well; IT WILL DO YOU GOOD. Our Stock of Fresh Goods is complete and bought at the lowest Cash rates, we are able to offer Bargains That oannot be excelled by any competition. We men tion Specialties in our lines of DRESS GOODS Which you only need to see til admire, anil our WHITE GOODS which are without doubt as large mill varied as any ever shown in tlic i'lty, all iit prices tin- lowest we have ever known. Ih uot suppose luwever that our other lined are less complete. On the contrary wa have h most elegant stock ol CLOTHING. Ilooti and Shoes, .Tcas Clssimercs, f'ottnnades. Ducks, Dentin, Shitting, Notions and every thing In the Dry Oood-t line. Ann-erics. Produce, etc., at pilcci to meet competition. A word as to terms: While with the assodatUins o( twenty years of business aiming you, we cannot briug ourselves to the GOLD BLOODED THEORY OF CASH Only, we do ay to cash tuirefs that wc cheerfully and willingly meet the price of any of the Cash Houses w ho promise to save you 21 per cent, and upwards on your purchases. Give us a trial and we will prove it. KREEK & WATSON, Oregon, Mo. j t- w x f '..v 9 a 1 ? 9s If Fresh roasted peanut at E. P.Hos tetter'. The Best 5-Cenf cigar in town at E. P. Hosteller'. Miss Anna Curtis is attending school at Warrensbnrg. Kteet ft Watson have" a full line of groceries at very low figures. Go to the Colorado House, 114 and 11C North 2nd Street, St. Joseph. The Presbytery of Upper Missouri is in session at Platte City, this week. India Linen only 6 cts at Ii Pel ers. This is a bargain call and see it. Maryville is now under Local Op tion. It went into effect Monday of last week. Mrs. Spoerle has a large crop of grapes which she will sell in quantities to suit purchaser. A sweet littler girl baby made ber appearance at the home ot George Fra zicr, on Sunday last. - Rev. Henry Feigenbanm, of Sed alia, Mo , wast be guest of bis daughter, Mrs Minnie Curry, this week. A magnificent line of dress goods is now in stock at Kreek ft Watson's. Priees in keeping with the times. -From JOOO to 6000 pounds of Con cord grapes for Sale by R. C. Benton, first house east of Kunkel's mill. Mrs. Vogelcin ot this city, is with friends in Nemaha county Nebraska, where she will visit several weeks. Those intending to attend the G.A. K. Encampment at St. Louts should give their names to D W. Thuma, of this city. If yon want a trnnk, a satchel, a shawl strap r traveling bag, we have a large assortment. J. M. Ford ft Co., Forest City. Von can get a first-class lunch at any hour of the day at the Colorado Honse, now owned by Joe Oppenhcim cr. 114 and 116 North Second street, St. Joseph. Henry Acton ol Mineral Springs was among his many friends at Run kel town ami this city. J. A. Boswell. of Niiw Point, is visiting in Hitchcock county, Nebraska. A Dakota man white on his way to borrow a neighbor's paper, was struck by lightning and killed. We have no comment to make here. To Intelligent people it isn't necessary. Our schools opened Monday last with a large enrollment, both home and abroad, and from the quiet and order ly beginning, we hope for a successful school year under the priucipalsbip of Prof. Kieff. J. N. Menifee, will accompany S. Blanchard to the Baker school house, next Sabbath at 11 o'clock, and ad J rets the people. He will also visit the Chambers Sabbath school on bis return at 3 o'clock1. We acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr. W. T. Holoweil, of the Ex press Printing Company, tted Oak, Iowa, who in company with his wife have been the guests of Albert ltoecker the past week. -Wo Miller, at no 125 north 2d street, corner of Francis, will be gbd to see his Holt County friends, -here he is prepared to supply them with the needs of the apelite. Laches of all kinds served day or night. Sportsmen who Want to fill game bags with the least possible expendi ture t powder, will be interested in Cbarlea Ledyard Norton's illustrated description of "A Pot Hunter's Para dise," to appear in The American Mag azine for October A local newspaper is a photograph of the town it represents, and is the only evidence its foreign readers have of the towns's prosperity. In order to make the impression good, every busi ness firm should be represented by a standing advertisement. The New Point band fttrnislled the music tor the Burlington Junction Har vest Home, and we are glad to learn gave most excellent satisfaction. Mr. Henry, their leader, is a thorough musician, and the organization is form nate in having him for a leader. DuKalb county has given a majori ty of thirty-one, Sullivan. 700 and St. Francois seventy-eight and. Atchison, eighty one in favor of Local Option, while Andrew county gives a majority of C98 against the measure ; Fulton dr- eats the measure by seventy-eight ma jority. In Missouri prairie chickens can be lawfully killed and exposed for sale f oin September I to February 1. Q-iail aud pheasants from October 15 to Feb ruary 1. Woodcock from July 1 to Febrnary 10 Wild turkey from Sep tember 15 to March 1. Deer from Sep tember 1 to January 1. Messrs Gelvin ft Maurer, of Mait land, are no doubt the largest shippers ol live stock, in this section of our state. They have from January to June, this year, shipped live" hundred cars of calllc and hogs, and expect by the close ot the year to reach the Un precedented number of one liiousand cars. Don't forget to give Joe Oppcn beimer a call at bis new place, the Col orado House, 114 and 110 North Sec ond Street, when iu St. Joseph. He has ample accommodations for air who call. The best $1.00 house iu the city. Nice clean beds and firs-class meals. Iu connection with the honse is a No. 1 bar where the choicest liquors and cigars can be obtained at all hours, day or night. Good billiard and pool ta bles. Lunches ot all kinds. JUST BACK FRO CHICAGO With the Most Complete Line of Ureas uoods and TriiiuuingH Ever Shown in Holt County. Net Good Arriving Dally. Xolo tbtf FoI lowing Novelties and Price. WED VELVETS, All Colors. PI ITOTK 1,1 All E W and LATEST XUUIU1U) HIIADKS, JET AND BEADED TKIlUIlNtJS IN AM, counts. Cords for Ores Triwriiqs, hi all Sizes and CohHf. Silk Department. Plain Black Silks, Black Riiddytnore Silk, Black Arm ure Silks Grotf Grain Silks, tn all the New-Shades. Black Goods Department ABMURES, TRICOTS ftntt HENRIETTAS CLOTHS. CASHMERES In all the latest NOVELTIES. Don't Fall to !e thine ALIfll (Will! lfl 1n wool, Yuri wide, ILUlrio Af i. See that IJne of yant wide halt- l)Cn IN ALL awv Wool, lSatkrtClolbi for tmly SHADES. 54-Inch Cloths in all the New Shades. Be sure and see them. Call and see thosefTJjj yjrjjig gTJQJJgfg $1.00 Per Pair, Worth $l.GO. MNnirCs LADIES UNDERWEAR lnffi&t?,nd Childreris' Scarlet Underwear. Canton Flannels, Full Line, Comforts of all Qualities, IX ALL THE NEW SHADES. Notions in Endless Variety and Quality. Don't forget that we carry the BEST line ol BOOTS and SHOES in the county, aud sell them the CHEAPEST ! HyTlie Largest Assortment of Ladies', Misses' AND Childreiis' WRAPS In all the LATEST STYLES and NOVELTIES ever shown hi Holt Cimntvndat Fried SO CHEAP THEY WILL ASTONISH YOU' LACE CURTAINS, All Prices ani die the VERY LATEST STYLES. We have just purchased the LARG EST A-Mrttuent and Finest Variety of ttooils EVBR SHOWN IX Holt County, and at Greatly REDUCED PKICES. We will jlve our customers the benefit of this Reduction. ra CiGH STORE JOE FI17S, Proprietor, Oregon, - - Mo. WE WILL SELL YOU DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS. NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, Etc, AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. KREEK WATSON, Oregon, Missouri. The following counties have voted on lical Option and have adnutt-d live same by majorities a follows: Davie, 817; Ifciv, 200; Nodaway, 1700; Grundy, 00; Dunklin, 200; Sullivan, 905; St. Francois 66; Mercer, 662; Mississippi, 37: Crawford, 00; DeKalb, SO; Atchi son, 81. AgHlnt. Andrew, 782; Polk. 566 It has been earned in Neosho, Maryvtlle, Trenton, C'arrollton and Kirksville, Macoh. When visinnr St. Joseph, yon should remember that Joe Oppcnheini er has disposed of his place at 110 North .Second Street, and purchased the Colorado House from F Unix, ami will devote his entire time to running this establishment. He is o well-known to the people of this section, that any further introduction ia necessary. Be sure and call on him at his new place, 114 and 116 North Second Street An exchange sayt: A printer re cently walked into a certain store on bis rounds to see if they desired any thing in the way of advertising, and noticed a drummer standing by the counter with a sample case ready to open. "Anything yon desire ia the paper this week11 inquired the pi inter of llie man behind the coanter. No" says the man behind the counter. "I wouldn't gtre a whoop in h ' for ad vertising." The d rammer waited until the printer was half way to the door, j then slowly took op -his sample ease with the remark, "I den't care to Sell to a nun in this enlightened in who don't believe in advertiaiag. When I want to strike tip a trade with a ded man I'll go to the graveyard and swap ! tombstones. Good day." j -Kreek & Watson are offering a splendid Maer of cUthinjfat very low figures. -rFor a good lunch, $o to the Colorado Honse, 111 and 116 North 2nd street, St. Joseph. Will Groesbeck has entered school and J. R. Brink is filling his place in the depot at Mound City. Lunches of all kinds at all hours, at Billy MHier's, no. 124 north 3d street corner of Francis, St. Joseph. Services will be held at the Chris tian cbarcn next Sunday evening at the usual hoar, by Rev. Vogelein. Bowley, the chiefcew man, will be at Emit Weber's store. Forest City, on Saturday and Monday, September 24 and 2tb. Elder Tandy closed s ten days' meetbjg at the Bagbv adoot house Sat urday evening, wkteb resulted in six teen addition. He began a meeting at the HhUr school Bouse Monday evening. -TNto Weaver and Miss Ida Lans down were married Wednesday, Sep tember, 7lh, at the residence ot the bride's father, Stephen Lansdown, near Moand City, Rev. W. M. Sapp, offici ating. The little three-year-old sn of Willis Zachary, who has been suffering so long from cancer of the eje. died Monday afternoon, and was bnned at the Mound City cemetery, Tuenlay. A large circle of friends extend their sym pathy to the bereaved parents. The State" Horticultural society is arranging for a display at ibe Boston Katioaal Pomologtc.il Society, which meets' in tbilt city soon. Our fruit growers should save their finest speci mens for this exhibition, and corres pool with N. F. Murray, Vice president Of the State Society. Address him at Elm Grove. C'ftll at If. T. Alfcire office on September 33rd. Come earlv stud set choice la rid away down. There is a lrawl by the name of White, with nomerottr alia-es, trying to do the Masonic fraternity. He !ias a certificate of membership, under seal of Campbell Wge, A. F. A. M. of Marshal, Arkansas, and passes the proper eaammatiou but is not nor nev er has been a member of said lodge. The seal of Campbell lodge was lost during the war and it is supposed he has had the use of it. Spot him. Ex. The city council of Trenton, this state, baa declined to declare the result ol the recent election ou the adoption of Local Option in that city, the vote in the council standing two to two and the mayor giving the casting vote. The cotMeHfcy- a , like vote re j nested the written opinion ol three leading lawycs of Trenton on the constitutionality of the law. This action of the city coun cil, it is underi-tood. was foi the pur pose of creating a test case to bring to the notice of the courts. Lunches of all kind at the Colorado Honse, formerly owned by F. Luiz, but now owned and ran by Joseph Oppen heimer, formerly -proprietor of that popular reSort known as "Joe's Place.' Joe extends a coidial invitation to bis numerous Holt county friends to make hi new place their headquarters when in the city. He has double the room he had in bi old place. This bonDe is acknowledged one of the best 1.00 ho tels in the west. Don't forget the Bom bers, 114 aud 116, North 2nd Street, St Joseph. The many freicnds of Mm Fannie Meyer' will be glad to learn of her re turn home, after an extended vhit with relatives at Ashcroft, Colorado, much improved in health. She was accom panied home by her niece, Lilian Kunz Claude Bcnnet, of Dulutll, Wis consin, is visiting his mother Mrs. Emma Zook, of Kanas City, return home to-day, after a weeks' vi-it with relatives and friends. Ottte Curry will go home with her and attend school in Kansas City this winter. James E. Cummins is looking after his landed Interests in Kansas. The farmers who had such difficulty t? secure binding twine this year, and many of Whom had to let their machines Stand idle lor a long time when their grain needed cutting, because they could not buy It will not be surprised nor pleased to lettrd that a speculator bad contracted for twine in advance and forced up the price to such a point that he cleared $40,000 by Ibe operxtion. In order tn present this scoundrel with f 10,000 the farmers probably lost millons ot dollars; but the theft was accomplished, and these very far mers, will say. ''Well he was smart." There Is something rotten in a system that toleratesjand encourages sncb high waymenInvestigator. Colorado Houkr. Jew OnneM- keimer, 114 nnrt ilONorthMd Street, St. Joxepli. Another enthusiastic meeting was held in tk: city hall, Mound City, on Friday evening last, looking to the ad vancement of the Harvest House. A step was taken which assures an ad vance over anything ever before pro jected. It was decided to build -a hall 45x100 feet, and the town is -out in focee4kia week putting up the building. The trades dNplsy advertised will be merged into this building movement, and the display will be made in the booths instead of a public para ic. A number ot flovelties are in preparation tefealerUht the concourse of people who are espeeted to attend this autumnal festival, prominent among them being the "Faattstic" procession, fire works, etc. No one in the "county can afford to stay away. Displays of live stock, produce, etc., are being worked up and promise we'.l. NEW GOODS. HATS. The Nobbiest Styles out in Stiff and Soft Hats. A nice Soft Hat for $1.25. Boys Hats at the Lowest Prices, from 25 Cents up. IN FLANNEL UNDERWEAR we are ahead of ALL Competitors in Low Prices and Best Quality of Goods. Examine them before buying elsewhere. DRESS GOODS With Trim mings in a Greater Variety than ever before. PLUSH VELVETS In Plain and Stripes. CLOTHING, ETC., At Prices so Low that it will astonish all that will call and inspect these Goods. DO NOT DELAY, BUT COME. IRA PETER, Leader in Low Prices. OREGON, MISSOURI. THE WESTERN ANNUAL EVENT, THE KANSAS OR FAIR -ASD- FALL RACE MEETING ! SEPTEMBER 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 AM) OCTOBER 1, 1887. NEW ASI) BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS. NEW AND COMMODIUS BUILDINGS. A MAGNIFU ENT GRAND STAND, FJIEE TO ALL. THE EVENT OF THE YEAR. THE HORsEMAX'S HARVEST. EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILUOlDS. The Finest Mile Track in the West ! COMPETITION OPEN TO THE WORLD. LIBERAL PREMIUMS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 310,000 00 IN SPEED RING- For Premium List, speed Frogrnmnies, Etc., Address W- H. TOWN, Sec'y- ED. H. WEBSTER, Pres't. OI.OTI1IJ! CIjUTHINiS! CLOTHING! CLOTHIXG! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! KREEK AT & WATSON'S. Onr New Fall fttork ot Clothing lmnjiut ar rived, and we an now prepared t m-SI you Clothlnp a l'heai at anjiue can Kll in Nortti M MiffMirt Wc Will Not be Undersold by Anyone. J. C. Hopper will be in Mound City on September 20tk, 2 1st and 22nd, with gome fine Kanmw land to sell. Will be In Oregon Sep tember 23,rd 24th & 25th. Don't fail to see Home of his bargain. Itch, Prairie Mange, and wratches of every kind cured la 30 minute by Wooiioru't sanitary uwm. un do other, this never fails. Warranted by Hinde PbilbricK, Oregon: trance M Co. ForotCIty, Mo. A good, squire meal only 23 cents at K; P. Hottelter's. I wish to iniorm my friends and the people generaly that I am handling musieal inatrameaiB and respectfully solicit yoar patronage. I have jnt brought on a fine high grade Upright Piano whiiA I shall offer very reason ably.' Also organs, which tor beauty and excellence id every particular will satisfy the most critical. I propose to handle the highest grimes of intru mentf.anil also the best medium rraries. My policv is to sell good instrument at reaxunable priees. Terms can be made to'siut piuciiafer. I also have a second kaad organ lo sell. Call on me or ad dress me at my residene- in Mound City. Veiy Respect fully. C. O. Dknny. Ham Sandwiches at the Colorado House, 114 and 116 Norm Sezond Street St Jovepb. For the best wagon at the lowest price, and on the longest time, go see J. SI. Ford & Co., Foiest City. Yarns In 8aXony,(leriiiantownx, Knitting- wonted, Common Yarn. Zephyr, Fnlry Floxn, Etc., Joe. Pitta One Price CiimIi Store. ' How is your chance to bny land. Deal with one yon know, J. V. Hopper. Kemenmer me nine, juook elsewhere. Millie Lessons. By request irom my pipi! and friends ot Oregon. I will orjnie a class in music vaiious ini.in-en's On Sep tember 26lh. Terai. liberal. dons uoi:. Mrs. Rradley, ifOM'. w visiii:: ber snter, Mrs. S. (i ';!iii. A light frost w:f- .-ponrd in the low districts last '5 i.csil;ir night. Und ein glass Ingt r mid rmcimrr at the Colorado House, iii .m! V'i, North 2d street, St. Jusep'.i. Mrs. AlllePeni'v. t -soph, w the guest of h.r Scr in !au Mrs, James Foster, of this viiy . Mrs. Kaidall ;-'rs. i:.ii.ey of Minne ota Valley, rh:u vivy sick, the latter with tvi oitt icver. Tlie best linn of :ns.is nd shoos ever brought to this oi?y. : mm- on e. -hibilion at Krctk & af- n's. IYk-cs vy iow. Rev. Kcp'.ingcr, ftrf!-ily of taw city, bnt now stationed -n ks the guest of Rev. Vogtn iu, ol this vity, this wee!:. Neil Kunkel ban "tned a jrnreliy repair sh-p at the Kuiisvl Mills. Fine watch-work a speciality. All work warranted. Holt county ml! 'bo repri-senied by Dr. Thatcher, ot this city, at tin- Cleve land reception in St. Loir-. A very excellent selectiou. Buy the light runni. sc byst and nicest finished DrcL..rd City Vngou, fully wariaut't . For ss!c by H. U. Schmidt, Oregon,-Mo The peach crop is lurning out to be' better than w3 expeett-d. Those who have trees will have pi wily for home use this-year; and of a line qual ity. Peaches 'dont' hit very often, but one crop will always pay t-.r growing the trees. The band boy from here who wcr.t up on the exeir.-joa bent from White Cloud last Sn'idap' to Kuiu raMjrt a pleasant time.' l it- L-rt r.ot been bitch a cloudy mornin?; iitli good pruspecta for rain a larg? number vsoukl of went fiom here. tV-e arein'urmed, that if the weather is favorable, Mr. I.ynds, will ran another est tirsion trip, oi.-c week from next Suiulay, September 25th. 50 cents will be t!:o fare for rounii trip. Here is great story. We get it from an exchange'. A farmer wisheU to purchase -850 worth ul j;om1, but did -not have tho-money to puy down, anil wanted some -way to not 10 per cent discount offeied to'tlnse who did pay cash. So he accepted tbe iiiiTcIianl' advice to borrow SoO for tUrac mnuths. Paying bis interest in advance (10 per cent, of $50 for tl!rj months, 51.25.) be bad $i.75 iottadc with. Buying $50 worth of goods and paying cash, he got 10 per cent off and paid for his goods 45, having $5 75 left. The mer chant got Ins cash, the man who loaned tbe money got bis intcrc.-t. the farmer got his goods cheap aud had money left, and all bauds wee happier than thoy wonld have been hnl the goods been sold on time. It pays t deal on a cash basis. ' ' Before buying yoOx r'.ill Goods, Don't Fail to .call and ion the Large Assortment of Goods at Fins', as it wil! more than repay YOLT "Solemn" Warning" ' the titieot your next Snnday'sle-son, ami is found in Matt. 7:13 29. 'I lie lesson brings as to the close of tbe Sermon on tho Mount. In it Jsu wur:u Lis follow ers against thei-rils v which they would bo exposed, and s!iows tliat re ligion is to be tested by Us fruits. Searchiug truths. 'I'hf -.vay to death broad and crowded. The way to life narrow and 'entered only by exertion. Many dec.-ivens i" w irtil. MUlt.-acl-ing doc! line-? . pi m-i!i!e. Faha professors in thi, ..'.irch f'iuistiani'y tested by what it d-e f-jf miuN and civilisation. Deed', n n ilri iJu our de."liay. itr live, r'gnlatel by our hearts. Cliarscter d' tfrniiie.s dty tiny. Christ llieta''-lt f-.iiiaii-.u. llmiy buiding lested.'"l'(ie gr-;.t revealing day. (juc ttoi.s. Avu I i.t tl-.u b.oad or narrow waj? WLa s the founda tion of my hope? Papa U. It. Knov li s appratvd or onrstrci-ls Mond.iy moinin in a bigli state of excitement Alter uetltugall the boys of the Court Hoarc gathered around him iu a circle, he mounted the water-cooler and'p'oeced' d to addicss them upon the Iivin"isnes of th-j day. Probate Judge O'Fallon notilied tie Sheriff to summon a jury :hk! he would at once proceed t'iea- viU'tiee a tr the sanity ol thc-aUocian who would begin a campaign at o ea lv a day. Dr. Coslin w;is inimed.at'ly called und olaced on the wit s tmd. He not think there was any t;t I tor spec ial alarm as to r U'nowlt' condition. Thou.sands were knoivu to h.uo been in bis condition, ami were tit ml.t .;u'o to be allowed to 'uil at Urc. A bright girl baby to ma!M it nppeaia' ce in a household v cs uftetent t tciiporari ly unbalance a,felhw. He tltougiit Mr. Knowies 'iiL o i h all rigiil and pleadi d for.,'(i d'iscli -re He was discharged; andVmlge ,f,d!'i did right, for he might be rauht in ih same coiidilion hioiself -soon".' or Inter. BOOTS' S id SHOES AT KItEEK. & W A 1 ' O S AS LOW j-. THE iow icvr v CWckeu, Ham and t - ; t jic I: es, served at all Lours ot the day, at tbeCakrrado Houte, Joe Oppenheimer, prnpiietor, 114 and 1 1C Xortb Socor.d. tree'f St. Joseph.