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Republicans, attend yeur Pri-1 Republicans, attend your Pri maries, July 28lh. Imaries. July 26th. Republicans, attend your Pri- j Republicans, attend your Pri- mane, Jiny tow. rmanss. July ZSih. maries, July 26th. marics. July 26th. I: 4 ME 9- THE SENTINEL. Publi-lii'il Kvur Friday. 'TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE nOttYX.S&ClTKltY,liillilM.rs Friday, Jl IS. 1S!S. Bepublican Convention. In accordance with :in order of the "Holt County l:.-ul.Ii-,ui P antral Coin imittee, a delenata coiiveiitiou for nomi- nating candidates fur tlif various otliccs I to bo tillol nt the nsnir.g Novemlior election is hereby r;illU called to meet at tlio Oniirt House, in Oregon, Missouri, ; at 11 o'clock a. m., Monday. July 2Slb, 1XM. .-niLtuttlier-!! obedience toj.heordor -of aaid committee, the Republican wters of each township art" hereby called to meet at thoir respective places or voting -at 2 o'clock i'. J! , Saturday, .Inly 2Utli, 1S91), "there to choose by primary vl.ftion the number of delegatesapjiortioned to each "township to represent them in said county convention. The b:isis of apportionment is one (I) delegate forvuch twenty ('-Viand fractiou or ten (lOl votes or over c.i-t Tor ilenja min Harrison for president in 1SS8, and is as follows: TOWNSHIPS. VOTES. Iienton 'JT.'i Bigelow 1( Clav 110 Liberty , lit Lincoln I'd Hickory 130 Union l."d E. Lewia V. Lewis ISO Forbes lt!l DULKGATIi.. li O 10 6 :: 17 Nodaway 1:57 7 And it is further onlereil thai at the primary elections to be held in the van oils townships, three towushiji commit - thnf tlm li-itrmoii c1ft..r,i ,ir,lu c. lected) of such township committees, hall become ex-oflicio members of the County Central Committe. ami that they are hereby requested to meet uith the Republicans at tho County Convention for the purjiose or organizing themselves into a Count v Ontral Committtu and -adopting measures Tor tho conduct of the campaign. II. T. Ai.Kii:r Cliairman. II. K. S. Ilonissox, Secretary. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i:kcokii:i:. We nro authorizeil to announce A. C. Morgan as n candidate for the ollii.-e of -llecorderof Holt County, subject to tho Republican numinaliug convention. We are aut!ioriz.sl to announce Xieo ' 1-19 Sto.'k as aV.indMnte f.ir t lie ollice of 'ltocordor of II.Kl lninty, .;:oject to the IieiiubiijJU u Jw.Ua.i.ig convention. We nro authorized to announce II. K. S. Robinson as a candidate for the ollicc of Itecorder of Holt County, subject to 'the Republican nominating convention. We are authorized to announce .7. P. Kellogg as a candidate for the ullico of liecorder of Holt county, subj.jct to tho -liepublican nominating convention. We are authorized to announce W. II. y Lacey as a candidate for tlie ofliceof Ile """"'corder of Holt Couniy, subject to tiie Republican nominating convention. tOUTV Cf.KIIK. Wo arevni sauthorirx-d to announce Dan- iel KiinkeT:"nr., as a car.ditl.ile for the office of County Clerk, of Holt Countv. subject to the liepublican nominating convention. We are authorized to announce D. C. Webster as a candidate for tho otlice of Cojnty Clerk of Holt C-junty. subject to the Republican nominating convention. We are authorized to announce fl L. Hart, aa a candidate for -.the ollice of County Clerk, of Holt County, subject to tho Itopubliuan nominating conven tion. We arc authorized to announce Ilob ort S. Meyer as a candidate ror the of lice of Qounty Clerk, of Holt county, subject to tho Republican nominating convention. ANKSSt(K. Wo are authorized to annoiince A. S. Snell as u candidate for tho oilico of As sessor of Holt County, subject to the Republican nominating convention. We are authorized to annotint A. O. Weber as a candidate for the office of As mtsor of Holt County. subjcct to the ltc publican nominating convention. We are authorized to announce Ji. V. Graham as a candidate for the oflicu of Assessor of Holt County, subject to the Republican nominating convention. i'oi.u:iTnit. We aroauthorizod to announce Gwrge H. Allen as n candidate for the ollice of Collector of Holt County, subject to tho Republican nominating convention. t lKI I IT Ct.KKK. We are authorized to announce Gouv encur Morris as a candidate for the of fice uf Circuit1 Clerk, of Holt County, subject to the Rciublican nominating convention. Wo are authorizetl to announce W. H. f ramo as a candidate for tho ollice of j tho United Mates ami her sister repub- electoral voicif within the past year by Holt Countv. subject to the Sheriff of Republican noaiin.iting.c-oiivention. TuiMM:m-.n. We arc authorized to announce Frank jat'ijerns a ciintmiaie itirllie oliieo of j IVa.flliraa VTaill I'.timl,' , ,1 I . 1 1 ... ! . niiruii. ... aa..a, uouill.,, I-.1..JV va l .IIU Republican nominating convention. We are authorizeil tonnnotinr-o Daniel VanWormer as a candidate for tho ollice or Treasurer tit Holt County, subject to the Republican nominating convention. ' j'iioiiati-: .ini;i:. Wo aK. authorized to announce Sam uel F. O'Fallon as a candidate Tor the ((flee or Probate Judge or Holt Cmnty, Biibject to the Republican nominating convention. 1'icosm-i:ti.n; attiiii.vkv. We nro authorized to announce John Kennish as a tn.lidate hir the ..fliee or , mibject to the Republican uomiuating ! convention. CONSTAIHaK. We are authonyfii to announce James It. Hrown. as o eandidatr for the ollice 1 of OmsMble or Iewis T.iwnshiii. subj;-ct 1 to the Republican nominating cm ven-' finn. ' Tli Ki-pilbliran 1'iirty. .... I ' Tim lipritiblicaii narle is now -mil li : nlways-bren tho partv 'of the jiple. It . . ' ; ' 1 wBHborn.in time of a great national, : neod and has ever been tho medium j through which the neonlo reache.1 a wis ' i-i ndjilstuient of vital issuos. It oiuUxiies : tho most enlightened eeutiment or this age and is expansion enough in it poll cie8 and practices to toeel tho needs or our whole (ouhtry. ' It is a partv of big issues. ItalwTivshnsgroat.nu-st'.msto , , ; - . , ' , settle and Krplexing proolcins to solve. -It never fails to settle- theiu.iti och a way rs to meet the approval of the best minds cf fit her continent. It has met the (jnestion of secession and slates rights and Fftlled it. Ji met Ihc jura tion of human slavery and disjioscd of it forever. It met the i:-ue of state batiks! and wild cat currency, and our present national banking tjais is the child vt iheirciiiuscl and legislation. Our tinan - . .! c.Mem is me ocm in iiie.proiii,..es 1.10 e.-ii.-i.-iiey ol ihe publiiM worm to iay. it tuoU our inr.int nation '.villi its unparalleled resources and rai-sl it t a jriMt ion inferior to none anions the powers of til" earth. It guided our nation through the most j-er- ilous period recorded in the annals of ! lii.tory. It Nive.1 our common country irom financial wreck, resumcl sjn-cie p.-iyiueiii. ami loiinueii our cretin on a rockas solid as Cihraltar. It is now ad - jintinj; the (jreat tariff ijuestion ;uid will .2: r.i. i iisjkiv oi ine silver irouieiu in a wise ami MJtestmin !iki manner. In fact no CI 1111 li ITI Ifcl ITifl. d fut I.i..ll r. . . Wi2ii.r.otiimaii font loi fininjile and wisely tlisjKise of. It has ietlld all theso ijuestions in the face or Democratic oosition. That old jiarty of dead ideas may rest its soul in jieace. for it can't drive the Kenublicau party , into anv corner in which it cannot turn nor can it spring a question it cannot wisely adjust. Democratic smutting j machines all over this country are sniek- ering in filent iov liecauso the Ketiubli ran party has the silver question on its hands. Our jarly is never hapjiier than when it is called iioii to solve jireblettis ir practicil slatesmansliip. Theiiiicslion is now settled and wisely. When the Democratic party has a majority in con- j gws and a Jiresident in Hie while House. it in chielly remarkable for what it did not do, and for not having any question of magnitude on its hand. That is the principal diuVr.-iicc liet Wi--n helwo ir ties. One tackles every i!iestiin, big or small, as sixm as it agamies a national interest ami carries il to a logical and I statesmanlike conclusion. The other lares do nothing but opjioso and ob struct, while the setllemetit is going on. for the purjioseof making cauiiaign fod der. One carries into execution the peojile's will and the other endeavors to rise to jKiwer by deluding them. The Skntini.i. congnitiilates the ieoile of this county that the '"silver question," ihe "jH'tision tjuestion," the "tariff re form priiblem," the "federal election issue." the admission of territories to statehood, the foreign reciprocity and Pan-American questions are all in the hands of the Rejiublic.iii party. Tlicy will all be, sooner or later, settled with me usual wisiiom, re;iMm ami moticra- j tion of the party, ami at. Ihe next nation al convention the Democrats will adopt their settlement as the settled jiolicy of Democracy. Ulainc's Idea. The Imsh and liellouiiiL' of tho free trade Democratic sheets, that illaine is renouncing his protective ideas ;lna leaning to free trade, is a harangue to mislead and delude, the jioople. Mr. lilainc is a strong protectionist and will tlio with it as the cardinal princip-il of his great life. He only asks for "reci procity." This is the most enlightened anil advanced policy of tl e day and sounds the key note to a most enlight ened ami practical statesmanship. We most hcartilv endorse Secretary Maine's proiesi. agaiuui mo uucouuiiiu.iui ic moval of the duty on sugar. When in a whirl of e!ithu.-:in?in. the Republican congress of 7- took the duty i oir coffee, so that the people could "drink an untaxed cup for breakfast every day," Rrazil from whom we buy 5Mi,H)0.(Xi0 or the fragrant berry every year, immedi ately imiHiscd an export tax on her pro duct that made us pay just as much for cotree as we had paid before. Cuba ovinties signs of squeezing us in the saico way on sugar if we remove the tariir. If congress had jKissessod any sense, on the imposition of this tax on ...r..A ........ I ...1 I,. II... TT.iitn? Cl.!!..,! 1,t' ...... , , , . ,i . 1 1 character: that it is without binding I5raz.il, it would have instantly restored ,. , . t. -i- .r ii i . i force, and is not intended to be emore tho tanffon Ilrazihan coilee and brought . , . . . .t i. I ett. inai couniry 10 a sense 01 ner greediness. Mr. Blaiuo proposes to pass a bill de claring all ports in the United States free I .,7, , , , .. ... I to all the products or any nation or the ' , .... ... American hemisphere, tipon which noj .lUlua naiu iii-iii. ;-fiiuai.-, u"r.i ,...a.ia ..' I .... . . . , extiort duties are imposed, whe-nevcrand I , . . ii , . -. so long n3 such nation shall admit to its 1 . , , ,, , - i ports. Tree r all national, provincial, mil- j ... ,, . .i nicmal or other taxes, our Hour, corn- , , ,, , , . . I meal and other breadsttiffs, preserved I meats, fish, vegetables and fruits, cotton soihI oil, nco and other provisions, in - eluding all articles of fiod. lamlier, fur niture and other articles of wood, agri cultural implements and machinery, structural steal and iron, steel rails, l-wimifitivtM, railway curs :m;l supplit, ' mix-l-l cars .uu. re. acu poLro.eum. , .. a. 1 f. 1 4 I in oinor vv.jnn. no pro;io?s recl"ro1" ity of trade between tho American republics. This is advantageous because ' . .., ,.,,., , , tt.,irU. ni:lr,,t. tl.v --- .......... ...... . , ...... pay go-jd wages to labor, they are com- piemen ary to a very largo extent in thu;r ,;tall-0 ,ir,i:u.ts-. ' each prf'ueing1 tho great staples that tho others buy . abroad, because of differences in climate j and production, and hemic not requiring ' for the protection or labor the imposi-j ,- , . -,r .i , . , I tion of tanlfs on the imports from each I otjl0r i M in : . -a- . guns in im; wtinti, oui it is also proiiue- r. Rlmncs proposition grows upon," . . , tho country, which has been prepared I ror it by tho discussions in tho Ran- j American congress, and it is in lull i accord witi. the principles ,r protection. ....... ... ' auvocaied uy mo licputilican partv. t " I Mr. Rlaine's idea is that wesliould r.d- mit freo .r , , j , , fr"!" -"ntrics which will levy no export j tax on them, and will, in return, tvnuXUnnstunt appeal to the presumed ig their duties on articles wc extxirt. . 1 ... .. .. . . This ' .-..... ..-ei,..... o.e.ioa. Mr. .lllaiiie cle.irly shows that the I 'i'l Males would be the greatest gainer from the proposed reciprocity. - n. 1.: l : -a.. -i :i: ... t.t l 1 .1.-.-.liiioiiii-u iuiHia vtiui jilltl 1110 ( .Mgotiiiimnepuoiic aaiim 111 iwk, re.mh- ,i wiii:i,t., 01 vviucii inn united a-ii.t.ert eniiiiiouieo si.ni',i.ni, r.uginiltl 1 ftm.UVJ.0110. Germanv .?i:i.UOO()00 ......1 ' - ' ' ...... Fra", n1'U more than 8i per cent, of South Anien- t.m products free of duty, the little more than 1U tier cent.or iuiHirtH paying dutii.n living raw sugars ami tho coa'rscr grades or wool used in the manufacture of carpets. The Democratic nartv of Missouri must begetting iuto a bad condition and its lenders must bo badly scared, '-' tlu-y limlit necesirv to import oiators from Kentucky and Texas to stir tlp th(. .,;lrtv 3uJ il.jccts;.uie t.uthUi,la3m Into it. Our Simiiiier Institute, i A HciHililicati Triumph. The Skntiski. is es.ecially concerned jarjj v j,a j lh0 j ),.,,..;,. rumors of as to the su.-eess of the coming Summer disorganization among the Republieaus Itistitute. because it realizes the fact j bet. uttered bc-fore they were scattered 10.11 ii.t; wei.aroo. iiiecoiiiuy.siaionn.I nation-:s to lie fouml in it .. n,i..!!i.r.. of the i-eople. The common schools are i the foundation of a broad, enlightened land prosperous citizcn'-hip. Whatever schools 01 the county and state oontrib- I j utos to the attainment of the ale' lends. What can infuse more life, more merit, more worth j school system than , competent teachers. into the common live, cultured ami The Instil ule was founded siv years aj.M for the purjH:v of raising the standard of te.ichin- in our ; couniy oy onerinr oar leactiers an op-1 , jKirluiiity to iniprnve their minds, melh-1 . ods to Iilttrali.e their ideas and enlarge ' . . i , meir cninusiaMii. .iv, younjt lathes ! and ntlemen, ht contemilalo teach- I ..... ...... ........... ..1 j ing in our county, show your sincerity in j the work by devoting a short jior-od of) tho year to self improvement. Attend the Institute. Come the first day and stay through the entire session. Take hold of the work Monday morning, at tend every recitation, and the results will Ik satisfactory to you and the man agement we are sure. Xmv lass the TitrilT ISilS. We hope that tho Senate Republicans, now that they have got the Democratson the run, will take up the tariir bill at once, discuss the reasons for the changes which tho Finance Committee Iris made ' in it, and as so. n a:; possible after such discussion vote on the hill as a whole' and pass il. The business interests of the country are as anxious to have this bill passed as they crn jiosjibly le. Kv erybhly. Republican and Democrat alike, manufacturer and importer ami middle man, wants the question settled now, for if il is settled now it will be set tled for a long time. Tli Dcniocracy and tlie Ifi-ncli. The holy horry expresstil by Demo cratic journals ltst the jiassage of the Federal Flection biil shall tlcgrade the federal judiciiiry is in strong contrast with Democratic practice in respect to the bench in . general, and tho I'nitcd States Sniirelne lieneli in tinrf ienlnr In Xew York ,-Hv. for im-t:.,,, ... : ',,,,,, political assessment is considered about , lli.i .inmer tliim- fur :, Tmhoi-iiiv ...,.( didate Tor judge to ,,av. H u,;;,. icontcnted Tor the pres..'nt with tho vie degrading the boneh The SKNTi.vi:i.do.v,t,,r'.1,ll,-v,,ilvl w,m ,1,!lt 'lirection not know what degradation ,)f t!l(1 "'" t 'lirection of an increa-cl con judiciary is. It was a Democratic IVosi- j ";I,;,J, f t,,e,r ,,r"a"''1 f"r """u-v dent, if recollection serves, who appoiiit- j l"'l,'B'liJ clto the Supreme Court an alleged! '-m "tcrests .r the country lawver from Mississippi who ha.l never i " An ample sup- tried a ca:-c in his life. ' J' " ''nmlxv' ,s "U,',u:r ""timat i:irf t n1 rtii tlitn r.-it Ii too t.hi r and'autl.oritv to maintain everv man's "gni-i casi s.ngie vo.e in accordance i i ith the dictates of his conscience and have that vote pioperly counted is be yom! ordinary comprehension. Yet that is the proMisitit;n advanced by Demo crats in opjKising the Federal Flection bill. Its .Spirit and lis Bad The Force and Fraud bill :Ioiu'. may per- naps lie wiiiiiu me smcl feller otlliei ('institution, but is il.igiaully ticliantof I i!m KTiirit.- -V.'oi'il. ocs tho World think it is the spirit ... ... ,. . ', or the Constitution that one man shall , ... i - i ,. . ,- t - - in v..':igress in;.. auoioiT ititiii nits. Does the World think it is the spirit or the Constitution that a man shall be counted Tor purposes or representation in Cougresn, anil not allowed to vote at ..n ..u.i:.... .,r it... ,........,,..1., ,ti.,. II. 1-H'l.lllJII .'1 IIIU IVIIllUltlll.U IM1IV.T.1 ' . , ii . i I1U lUieS UIIIT W.Ik - 1I1.1L 15, link IIIIUI.- t , III I..IIV! J 11.11 tMIUItJ l.i.H m i.llt.,1 ,11. , all? I f)uw flu 'ir!il tl In!f it t tli miirit t ...... ...... : t mir'v ittlvisorv niitl rocoiMiiiriulatory in The United States Constitution is full of the word "shall," ami distinctly says that Congress "shall h . ... Torco not only the tutec . . . ivo JKiwer to en- tifteenth amendment I , . . , . , ,. t a at II al bv appropriate legislation, but "all other 11 , tiowors vested bv this Couslituion in the 1 government of tho United States, , ... . . ... . No, estiH!ined Worltl, tfic Coastitution . ' ... ..... is nut, at rim iLies.-i IIIOOIISIV. Il la tl UUCU- ... . - . , i,ta.nt Willi biniM in it T:irTlr.ll;irl V II , ,, , ., . . - , . I ply tho news. I here is, properly spcak- ibackljoue. 1 he sword that tried to etui.. , .i 1 ruin ln"' cnI- "no IK1,ical pnrty iu the April, n Tr 111 i . l ia Vrti.iri tliSu vn.lt.fIJ ihi. .i ir in tf- in ii :niTtt;i ri in i n .ii m hi i. MiUa y., Jn UaUcd two ( ' n ' ve-irs -igo . Tiik Republicans have gained nineteen : ,cca ,,,,,, Llll, I, , ill 1UUJ, A RkpuI!T.i:ak victorv in South C.iro- lois vJe.ir would Iks a boon which that statu docs not deserve. Such a thing, however, from present indications, is "ot outside tho domain of possibility. r '. , Tiik United States is not onlv manu- . , .... ". . ,. laciunng mo nncsi ruled oreeciuoading ' ' 1 , - 1 , i w f"r lhc .ri,et, V'"1, h? f " A?n ! r .- " . , . ' "- ""u U' nr.L w' t inir modern ordinance, this is a most. I . , ., . , . . 'aaincitla.IW.llt. aalai.aatl I,..-. ... ,.f ll.rt I ." '"-' . ! Tiik freo trado propagandists mako a I ance o tiple. For instance, they are continually lamenting over tH,rt trado to foreign countries. our ox-1 Vet for tho fisc;il year which has just closed (on jun ;o) tho total valueof oiireTtMiM " ' ' w:ls iRti).(Hll). This is enormous, and ,,r foreign trado is steadily ... . mowing, One would never find it out from i li ce : i.. trat, Deinoc-n tic pa; Tiikiik is;reison to believe that a good j many owners or railroad property would , bo glad to exchange it Tor farms, not-I vvithstanding the depressed ctmdition or I agncuiiure. aucn properly is supfioscd : l1uritl!i th0 noxt week or two. Thev aro rcixiri pasvuna to bo yielding large profits, but the facts ' KO:CR to trv to Ket ti,0 Democratic party thcrc hero show that in I lie last six months twenty- j ;, i;nc of battle and keep the State i i'l ' r- one railroads litive been sold under fore- closure of mortgages, said roads rcpre- ..i.u.i.......--..s...o. m..e.-, h funded debt i.t ajiW.OOO, and a cam- ' I Lai -took of codlLT.OOO. 'i,, the w nils hist KM oritur Uv irompt passage by the I louse of tho con ference committee's Silver bill, iirovid ing for the purchase of l,W,O0O ounces per monin anil me issue ot million legal tender certificates tiwreon. This is a groat' Republican triumph in every .M'!le. In tin lin.t r!:n-i i uti.,i- lltnt the Democratic tln.-its l.. nil legislation by talking ;ninst timccan- j i w earried oiit. In the second place, ' i that the onlv- i consideration of the Tariff bill and the Election Uill by the Senate is removed. Ami in the third place, it shows that this l:ciiiblican Coiuiress was able to reach an aureeineiit on a silver bill to 1 relieve the country need or currency resullin from tho r,.t;r.,...ni f !.- t iiatiomd hanl-iti. i.irenl:itl..i. The bill, as airretvl unon nassetlbv both Houses, gives the countrv as sound n currency as it could jiossibly have to' long as our silver ratio differs from that of the rest of the civilized world, ami as j elastic a currency as any but that issued j by tho national banks, or some other, equally widely distributed form of agency could lc. As to soundness and I security and all thatdesorveseontidence, the new certificates will be lietter than the present silver certilicates. for they will lie based tin actual bullion value, :i!nl net on the tiat valueof a coin in trins-ically worth IV per cent, kfs than it claims to be worth. And if silver certi licates have come, under the present ; laws, to lie a large part of our currency, j we may Imk for them to become our! principal currency under this new act. ' (old will not he wanted when we have j an ample pajier currency as good as! rt'dd. All this will strengthen our position with reference to the other bi-mctailic i a' ions. By virtually abandoning our old ratio or 1C to 1, we take tho lirst steji toward adopting a uniform ratio of 1.1 l-tl to 1 with our sister nations. That goal is, in our judgment, what our silver i interests should strive for in future, for. I with the whole civilized world agreed upon i!, nothing could tlis'odgo t:ilrer . ; f'm its , dace as all equally imjMirtant . !,nd use''"1 ,u""(,-v n,ctaI wlt!l ,,"J s,,v'r " K" ilir,,rl ' Rut rest eiiiuau ovcr:Miim:iie(i as a sa.itor in We do not btlieve t 1 1 ! ,KJ -':5 'vo too much of a per- , easiest thing in the world to have too little. An Iiitcrothi Ij:ttor. Si.f.M. Dict Ct-. Mo.. July 11, 10. I r.oiroisrtKSTiNKi.: -lour paper comes j like a draught of i-id water to a thirst v istml. We are still in Mis--itri, but not 'in live, progressive, pushing, northwest ern Missouri. It would do some of the complaining, grumbling farmers of vour . i section good fo lie taken off of their rich . ...,n .,.,.1 i. .... ,t r i i (, , , , ,, .... the rocks and stumps or southeast Mis- , , . , , ,,. . . isoun. Just think or erailhng gram in '''-" of seir binticrs t i i - ... . shov Iiioivm, oi comparison una longue less cultivators. This is an iron mining country, and piles or red, gray, and blue, hematite can be seen piled up along the railroad ' , , 11 t tracks, or loaned on cars Uicroaretwo . - , ... ,, , j large iron furnaces hear us. the Midland , . . . , , . , i tiuii oiiii .orts. iron oaiiKS siirrouuti us on everv sice. This is also a yellow IIne country and large quantities of ship)Ctl from this joint. S ilcm is a town of about 1.7H inhahi- tants, the county seal of Dent county, and in fact about tho only town in the ff.unf v The're are rcvci. church buildings. a court hoii-e, eight-room school house, hreo-story brick hotel, and some Kood business blocks and residences, two steam pinning mills, creamery, Hour mill, and wagon manufactory. The Masoup, Odd ht.r.,om a..),,..! l.,.,.a: Fellows and A. 0. U. W. have tlourish- r . ing lodges and the G. A. R. a good Post I rn , i ,, T. ,. ii ! Ivvo newspapers, with Democratic, sup- ! ' . i ifiinnt Ilti:! lilt I luwwr:it n fitnmi-ir.i ti - f , , , ollice. Tiir. v...i-, : 4i. ... .-..it.. "wn iii iiiiot-iiuaii m -net lll i as nature luft tliom, land is cheap, ami it ltnn ..tw-k i t-.w.Tr ... I r.. ........ ..1 .! :.... !... "i'-'i ui"u niiv.i m nit itiriiijni juni (ltvU another. The streams iro not bridged because they are easily fordablu in most anyplace. The mineral wealth or this ! i:.jiiuii i tiiiiiieuse, uiu inu capital III, , 1 -. , , ., - T 1 1 develop it is not forthcoming. Iron, lead 1 a . : . l..a at . 1 . kml coal, with traces or silverand nickle , aro round in different parts tr the iMiun-! I iy. aiiu peojnu are. as a class, uiiciu-j gent, industrious, and hospitable. The j schools will liear comparison with anv a .. fl'l... . I.. 1 - . it. 1 in tho state, and the grades of the teach-1 era as high as anywhere. j St. Louis is the market, and the only iii.iina.-i.iiji una sai:iiiiii. j 1, i reiiuneti o ..!.. r... 11.: ...a : Ta :.. i i 1 .. t 0 Louis am) San Francisco rail- road. We aro nearly on top of the Ozark range, li.OOil feet higher than St. Louis, Air pure, water splendid and health To all mv rriends in Holt countv . " . send mv heart v greetings. . r n ii. .1. LvToi-.t. C'i.sti'rn Cement. At this time when water is so scarco , ..... . , people ...... u.c.r c.sicr.m ibKv. in .aci on acctiutii oi ine poor i cement used vorv few cisterns hold as' thoy should. Tho bsst way to do is to tiinir., : r.itw-a T.i!r. i..l,t ' ..in., r.r r,w.ir.a.l ..,,,. n.,.l f..r t , . ... . ... i in.-H.-eu on .lull uou ;in some iii.iairjf. :,!..., 11 ,,. . I. I!;rIr;.75:",::!;l,;.:::::,, ""a au ...a. a uu. ....... ...... ite. Cut this out and put it away. This rm' ll:ts 1t!t!" at ver.v "'S1' I'f'fcs. MlI-IJS r Toxa a. Rreekinritlge. of Konf,,,.ir.. nrr;vo,l i Mi.--sn.iri this week and wni speak at a number of towns from going back on the liourlmns. ao doubt thoy will arouso win.e ontnusiasm j 1K.erful than Texas Olo..uenco to keen .Missouri from getting I Ut;iuiJK uiu aa ire ursc v." uiu i. iii turvt; i ,,, I lexas line!- into thn Union. Xb- X. MOORE, THE a Cash Grocer WILL Thinss o Make If Low Prices! GOOd. p-Qj I urnGBriris. rrnvisinnsr iniir. Woodenware, Stoneware, Confections, Ammunition, &c. ii'Il T o t o 4 T -a ttoutt jneld me a living pront. gooas rigiiTj. give me a free to all parts of the Only Lunch Counter Lewis I. Mooe, Cjstf QqocEq, OREGON, MO., Sisrn of Grocery Store, North Side of the Squsive. Sisrn of Grocery Store, North Side of the Sqtisive. I - 1 !"iifnbTU iifrrtuiMG ta "i The story is being told about the'completrnccs ami cheapness of our ndted it, is. OTFUi SPRING Fnthusiasm over it knows 110 lounds. tions greet tlio ear, and all are eager to proclaim the fact that the Quality, Styles and Prices Have no equal. We know it and feel proud of it. To that end we lient all our ef forts, and tho result is eminently satisfactory. Call and see us before you buy DRY GOODS, Boots. Shoes, Groceries, Or anv thing in our line. We know that we can o'ca.-e you. and will sell von goods for cali as cheap as they ea:i be pucha.-ed anywhere. Will greet vou cor di illy. and permit you to make a critical exansintion of our sli-k and eompari'-on of prices before buying. Highct mar.v.'t linco paid for all country produce. S-iiicitiiig your patronage, we are Yonr Truly, w I & OREGON, From an Old Friend. I Mr.ssi.s. Ennons: Thinkingoiirmany friends in Holt countv would like ..... hear from the Toneer Holt Imvs who re side in this country, and as it is too hot to work much. I will spend a little time iti writing. "e have been having some of tho warmest weather we ever cpo- rienccd, mercury running from W to Kit with hot winds, which was severe on garden truck. It has hurt the llax to some extent. Had it not hr-en we had b.i'ii having good rains everv thing would have burned up. Spring wheat is splendid, oata very good. I never saw a better prospect for corn than wo have at this writing The early corn is t.isseling. Hirly potatoes aro not very jj.mw1, tho oarly p.irt of : c..- r ..4 .... j laities iook well iiiio it it. uovn jiol liiiii ... ... , . . , .. otr dry will have plenty oi them. I think we have a country here that is hard to lieat. What we want now is tiie atio;ition of the pr ohibition amend - incut to the constitution or the state. f and then Nebraska will boom as never j before. Hero aro tho names of former Holt ' I boys, and they all seem to bo doing vvell : J. W.DunkelberKer. J. 11. .Minn.. .1. v. Apgar, J. F. Acton, J. Stockwell. autl . H. R. Dean. Mr. Dean is in Fullerton in tho mercantile ami real estate busi ness. We celebrated the grand old hoiirth nt Geno.l : had good speaking ami good music by the Indian band. It was real interesting to see so many people of dil- rerent nationahies. There were between '200 and .fcX Indiaus Irom five years old to twenty -one. The imys all dressed in blue suits. Alter dinner the big part.or tho crowd went to tiie fair grounds and ; witnessed horse racing and driving, also base ball. The entertainment wound up I at night with a display of lire works. Uy the way is there any one that has !,1,mo.v l Holt that would like tocngnge j ' in the milling business. If so. thero is a lllllll-,i-lillil llllDIIIV... aa .w. a-aawv ,, , , ... , , ., . splendid place at Genoa for them to in - '-"' ' "' l,ol,oa' -Nu0-' 'lu--v li' . ?.laillii:id. Dr. Carver is spending a week or so with friends over in Nebraska --Rorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hal nmil( ,n last Friday morning, a girl. - Our band boys come out in the re galia r new uniforms and some new j instruments. j "MeGinty" Hrooks, who has been j '.engaged at work painting uncle Rob I ! Patterson's house, spent Sunday ami Monday at home. i ' Improvements go on just the same, j although tho dry weather is placing things in a critical condition. Rill Ever ' hart and Johnny Fields havo had their blirn8 p l5nlC(l aml fcfwr at that. Newt Mecsker went over to Arico, M-. aMontlay and looK charge ot u.o , roller mil's at that place as boss miller. Can Molten went over to ovei-seo omn ren.-iirs to the mi!!s anil mill nronertv. i t -oup r ,:n ... ... ..... - I RTIOieeS aS lO ll.C COIll.Il.Ui. lalll IKlSHIieS ure in, as there is not a green pasture- .1,1 now in any of these p.n parts. The ruI,ls aro !u brmvn as ,n "ctolM oral havo been over in Gentry tolier. Sev- county in search ot p:istu e, uiu came uacK ami 1 a . 1 l 1 in as iiau a contiuion Oh Yes! Oh Yes! I will c-.ill .ilrs atiilil":iKniTalniic!ion-'r .ilta. ,vl tlif-aav til tui-tliif lheerviresiifaii aiiflie.icrr, plrav -lve me h can. i t-rit. if.it ooa'jle. K. C. HEXTOX. Hum GOOClS aild Fail DoallllS'. j lVTmac! Tim'nnB 4-Tiq- 111 ill It you want to duv. g i can. uooas aeuverea city. in the city. tv pi? 9 It please-; cv-rv!x:. exolnma- CLOTSH IT1 3 ii us u W A TCAT VVrii MISSOURI. SI. Louis i . , .. . , ,. . : is id tune ii,e si;iiie spietiorti ii.tsseii- lo I ,f,.r t.reiee f r.-.m ttu. !is;iMri river tl;:it Iv. Ke-tnti. Chicago now enjoys. In addition to tho i Icntli of ilie state, east and wcsl, ll:e magnilicent vestibuled evening t-ain Northern PnciSit; and tho Montana Cen riiniiing from Napier. St. Jo.-cpii aiul'i-..! Tin- nn misliirir out brar.ciiea I.--..W fit.- I,. S!t r-,.iw 'I'l... I ton route will put on about the first of J June a new morning tram. Cars are now in course of construction at the ditT;rcnt Riirliagton Shtqis. which. wh"ii completol will make this the most perfect train in the w t. Roth the morning a:id eveiiia;' trains will lw ri'ti solid betwi eu Dt l.vcr and St. Louis-., The train which isow leaves Kansas Citv ' and Si. .Jo-pii in tee even: pkevs the passenger in r. Tviais in time far break fast the next d.iv. while tin; train which ' will leave in the Morning will arrive in rt. Ijoiii" in the earlv- evening. j joints wost, tlusv wim trains ol!W ti...; ....,... 1 . ir ' n st. .1. A- f H. ! at MioTor tliev film i , , --- -- " I the liiirhngtoii .t Iissouri River Iv.ul- ro.l(, ,o Denver whk)l V lu. f:ir the Ik!. . shortest iine between the Missouri river and the west. ! l ,,r t'irliier iiUormation. apply to your iiic.it iickci agi-ni or .1. j. iawe.-, vi. C. l'.&T. A., St. Jo.H.'ph, Mo. LIVE Poultry Wanted I V Hens, Roosters, Ducts, Geese ana t ,, 5, T ,,-;il in ,0li. , ror winch 1 v. ill pav in cash, Tatl-ev., .-r i.n:i-t . ts 1 ,,w,sr,"T",.,-i-V;.tV"- ' C-.-i'. full f.-.-tili. reI, l.. r.!..i." I l,,..wt.'r ,a..r jftiTt.., .-10 1..T. i,-ai. : .". . : " liurk. full frafliiTi-il. T iln.ee -ijiniis i-r ilnzeii .......... Mirintr (-l.it-rns aiiur 1 . lliti nrr ti.uiil.l. Notice this: -Sick or Unmarketable Poultry Not Wanted. To lie delivered at the store of EMIT. WEREfl teSt lift TiTO. 1 Friday. Saturday, and Monday, July island 21. lS'.m Il7Don"t forget the date. Don't tie them. All can get gel coops that call. F. H. ROWLKV .fc Co. - i , ,- j, O0jdSPri2; AlC&JfJTTCOj U KANSAS CITV. SM USWEM FOR LADIES. T..i t I-.,. i,.-.-i r?n, J lied, in light blue antl ecru, low neck VII'J III! lllilll.. lJUH l ,, .nr,,j.,-n aa,.- a and sleeveless and .Silk Ribbons in neclc , antl arms. would be cheaf at si.ou. We will till your orders for theso at 69e aMend to all orti ..ts for Hjinplcs or kwIi tlit 8a.MK HAY VK RKCKIVK TIU:M. vvc iitiwwi on low riricts. K'iou, ut.r.tfi . Tilt:-.-, un l prompt aitcr.llja io onlora ta j secaiu antl keep your trutle. a aVAM. VIA . . jmv i Montana. Thinking that my friend.-, in Holt' county would bo ji'.cafed to read a ties- j cnj.tion of this new state. I have con- eluded to write my observation- while I sojourning a few weeka in that wild and ! .. . t. , , - -ii! romantic countrv. It will be impossible to jr..in a true conception of therandeur ! of the scenery without taking a trip and beholding it With your own e;.cs. The enure slate is ms-.tie tip oi myn moun - lain ranges, many oi wie mps oi wr.icn are ciiutiniiallv ctivert-d witii snow and ice. I.otween the ranges there are line streaui3 of clvar water, generally well stix-ked Tiith miiuntaiu trout. The higher vallevs liting very narrow, but es the streams cnlargi: the v: wider ami are ctiUivatcd leys liecome by means of irrigation, iirolucin wheat Wlb U"4l ! .. a.,,.., ,, ittti; v.lv ....... i . ...i i,.,- i.;i ii. I higher bench lands with the foothill: land extcmiin up the si.Ie of the moun .... ,.... ...... r i.-l.;..) tlw.ii.vnwlc id imIIIi :ii.il , ' ' . Horses range ant. grow ,..u acre u, an . abundance of wild game vtt. such as . deer, anteloi and some bulial... and concluiling that I had not lost any liearsj - . ,. i i ,tr uiounlain lions. I thsiicii.-ed with the! It , . .- i . ..ii I hunt and went lislung. Considerable j timber. coiisistiag of pine ami tir, grows: .... il ..r il, ...i...,,t- till iiiv ri.ii; u, 11117 iii.j,i..,.iif-, 11 v i,.-v quantities Icing cut fo wetland Ium her used In the mines anil smelters. Coal r good quality and inexhaustible t. found in eouic localities. f!.l.!.VII The weather in the summer time is t pleasant, the thermometer seldom regis tering aliove 70 and generally falling to I') or .7.) at night, m you can sleep under j blank- ts all summer. April am! June fare the rainy mounts of the year 111 the vallcv;. out snow or rain falls in the moufitaias frequently the entire year. The winters are very cold. The ther moiiieb r frequently regi-teriugtX) below ami sno.v falls frequently to a great depth in the mountains anil fool hills, causing great loss of cattle, but horses being able to paw away the snow gener ally come through the long winters all right. The horses raised here have great jiower of endurance. We took part in driving two car loads to the railroad for i shipment, a distance of .17 mile.3. We , made the first 11 miles or that distance in Tour hour.!, or over eleven miles per hour. I am not anvioii.-" to take part in a second drive like this. These hor&cs have a great reputation for endurance ami docility, after being broke, and bring a Wttcr price than tiio.o raised in the eastern states. minim:. Mining is the great industry r Mon tana. Gold, silver. cop;or ami lead being round in great quantities. Rutto City being the largest mining camp in the world, a description or whih we gave In a previous articie. i:.v:i.i:o.vis. Riilroads are !cing built to every im portant iKiiut in thp state. There are two through lines .hrotigh the entire n everv direction. The Union I'acilic also have one through line connecting Helena with S.ilt Luke, Denver und the East. I'OMTICS. The territory was controlled by the Dcaiocratic party until it became a state :a;t -.vinter. Re.t their free trade would not go down with tiie j'eople. They re alized that it was this that ruined one of the tno.-t important industries or the st.ite, wool growing, anil were trying to t'o the same with lead, copper and silver, and the people concluded thoy had no more use Tor the Democratic party. The only thing that raved them the Gov ernor was his personal popularity. Mon tana will go stronger Repuhlxau this fall than ever. Carter, their present congressman, is very jKipukir with the people, and will be elected by an in creased majority. otiuttriis; .sn schools. Tito saloons and cambling houses are fast losing their influence. Tlio people f are liiMnnnine to feel their bliehtin in- tlticnccs. Schools and churches are springing up all over the state, and arc well supported. TilF. ST.VTK C.VI'ITAI.. The capital tite has not been perma nontly settled npon. Helena a city ol about -10,000 jtipiilation, is the temjo rary s-eat or government. Tliero will be a vote taken this fall for locating the capital. Thero are several candidates, 1 iiutte. liozcman a hi Anaconda are ttie ' most important places, but the general opinion is that Helena will capture the prize. , Montana, although rough and moun , tainous. we believe has a glorious future j before Iter. She is being iopn!ated by a j hardy, generous hearted and energetic c.ass of pi-op.e. Immense capital is be roads, and there appears to lie a charm, or racination alxiut her mountains and fresh air that when a family or iadivid- ' mil lives there one year, they can never . be induced to leave again. 1 ltal?f.vriii flint a.ra Iiuva t'irnn sis enm- l.lotoal.riptionasp.-,c-owill,ern,it. and hoping it will lie or interest to the i.-iar.v readers or the Skntixi:!., we close. T. F. I'ore.t City. It was unanimously .-.greed upon by : n f owt citizons that the rain of Mon- day evening was the best thing we nave had for some time. I Tho rain Monday night, wo rear. has ruined our prospect for artificial water works, which had been seriously considered by our people. W. Z. Ransome. of St. Joseph, has I nurch.-ised the '-Id Lmas ,V Oren mill property, and will in. mediately pro,-eed , ,al kiln?. He ox-1 to erect three charcoi .pectsto make this a business in Forest , Uily.liemg sansm n u.ai u.e -.vo..-. nee- ( ossary lor It.e liusinesscaii nenati nere. This will oicn a market for a large amount of wood that cannot bu used in anv other way. Teachers should bear in mind that ; logon mis yo.-ir, commencing umy , ! and continuing lour week. Sujm.tIe . . ,,. . , r, : ei.i lem.eni . . r. v..rr.ag.o.i,oi ......t;.... hf.3 lcen employed to conduct the insti tute. Every teacher in tho county should attend-rinako it your aim to lie there, aud then bo sure and go. i !N.-w Point. JiUsId.t Kunkel, of Orrt,n, was anions hir friemL. here, Thursday. M& K;uwr aij(, , n);i(,n a Uusimas trip to Orton. -Mon.lav. , , ..... , - L-iravette Kunkel and Kosa Oren . , ... . ... , JJ. " - v " I - Mrs. Carrie Atkinson, or liidianajio- ""i ,J ' I Jliss Jennie McDonald s-peut par', ' or the week with friends in Savannah On her return she will be a!coiupaiucd by Miss Anna Morris. i -T. O. Felix has returned Trout Chic ' il:o t .1 t, summer vacation, IVsso is atlendiie' n tli.n!oienl l..l abundant croiisor;and wo luivis high hones of his iitimate , success as a minister. i - -Tli.. V..- l,.i,.l I5-.ll CM.. I. t..... ...t t .-1S1 . . ...... , . , Iu, ,.;., ; j. Coma's vard . The Wlitr iy.s promise a g.H-l time to all im .im, u rf l.,.(!es.i(,t!1 ho!,or w MK lUt ,irolniMS u. UlUnw . - .i ,ii rieo, i-ieer liariuuan aL " . ., ' ' nu ,iu, ,u .., rcs'.denti',eluesdavevening..lu!vl!th ' - 1 '""" -'"i V - ""7"" : "''-5 i "- , i.i ,.1 - ;V" - ' " """'PK I I.ihliv hiiu;c on the m la way Ixittom . ' whither they took with them the vf rv liest wishes of the Si-Nnxu. .1. correbiHin- dent. If any person of either tex will come into tho ollice of the Si:.vti.ni:i. scribe ami make ailidavit that he or she has tallied Tor a consecutive half hour with a fellow liticg. without one or the other or the parlies making some allus ion to the hot, dry weather, wo will present the.it with gourd full or tin Uiit gi'I will in the country. - On Thursday- the nuptials of Joseph Andcr&on and Miss Fannie Rhoads were celebrated at the home of the bride. Mr. Anderson came frou. Kansas some time ago ami has worked for John l'atters'on Since his arrival. The wedded couple left immediately for tho Suu Flower state ami will take up their alxxle with the groom's, parents. May they ever prosper. Nici.clFs G row. Mrs. Silas Hersiiner is on tlso sick list. Henry Price returned to Loona, Kansas, last Monday. John .Meyer has employed r.iinter iz. RiioatU to drill a well Tor him. Soai.! of the Groveites havo been alllicted with sore eyes for soinu time. F.:rn:crf in this vicinity arethrouh harvebtiug and nearly thiol gh with their hay. Henry and Emma Bower spent last Sunday afternoon with widow Kelly and her daughters. --Farmer's Alliance will meet atNick eil's Grove school house Thursday evening, July- "Jlth. German preaching at the Evangel ical church next Sunday at 1050 o'clock a. m. by Rev. Nannirga. Daniel ITardmau .t"Cii.. have started out with their steam thresher. Thcy threshed Tor Nathan Smith last Thurs day. Miss Orilla, Action or Mexico, is mr.king an extended vis-it with Richard Action and family anil other friends and reiativoa. Forbes.. Wheat stacking at a lively rato now. Thermometer stands 102 in tho shade. A number of farmers are complain ing of grub worm in their corn.- Dick Taiylor is in tho bottnth with a steam thresher. Ho rejiorts good grain and lair yield. D. W. Evans hits taken out a patent on a self-refrigerator. Dan. tried it on himself. He claims he wus brought to three degrees below zero in fifteen min utes. D. H. Moss will bo a candidate for the otlice of County Judge, subject to the decision of the Allianco red Repub lican conventions. Ho has renounced Democracy forever. " Hooruvii. Ask Joe Murray about that buggy ride. Uncle Rob Patterson has just com pleted teh finest house in the township. Mrs. Djra Oppenheimer. of St. Joe, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wille, this week. J. L. Rritlges is painting and other wise decorating J. R. Wilson's house, this week- Harvesting is about through. Wheat and grass havo been put up in good coudilion. Candidates aro plenty and to spare. They have become a bigger nuisance than the professional tramp. J. R. Wilson is bound to run for tho legislature unless Jim Scarlett ami Daa Evans Told theirtent and like tho Arab Our merchants arc doing a thriving business. Thousands or quarts or black berries are being shipi-ed every day and are bringing good prices. - Mrs. N. E. Pierce, or Aigonin, Ka.i- sss. is the guest or her lather-in-law, C. j W. Pierce. Lou has many warm menus in this county that aro glad to welcome licr back to old Holt Hickokv Sii.vn. A new swindling scheme is being jicrpetrated upon the unsuspecting farm ers by smooth talking individuals who claim to be advertising a Chicago paint house. As an intlucement to ge their gixids liefore the pciple, they will furnish freoof charge ten gallons or paint pro ..:.i, ..l ii,,. r.,r.,r will sicn ,1 contract wi - hinMIC,'t , UlH) ,he sam3 tifn , urriv;lI. Tho t,j(. fterwar.ls turns , . r . .. riler Tor 1) l?il Ior. or paint at a ;rai!on. SJ.-IH 1IS'1ICS. SVJIITO.'I 1ILANK -VO. 'I Will enable you to givo a description of I vour c.ise to Dr. Hathaway, tho eminent who makes a s c;Bj udv or all kimls ol of Skin Dis eases find h.n cured cr.r-es thai-have doc tored for years, and also used patent medicines without regard to quantity or L-inal Put. vour c.iso into a swcialist's hands- who treats such caseS ecientilic- .a!!y. . 3 mi 9ac2a 1 1 ,:.J. . I r.