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THE SENTINEL- OREGON, MISSOURI. Priiluv. OitoJyr 12, 18l4. Issued Every Friday. TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAR H ADVANCE . DOBYNS & CURRY. Publishers 1 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Fur S'ipr. .tmlire. V. M. KIHilNMlN, J;i.-.;it;r County. lKur Miiiriintniilriit 1'iiuIIc ScIm-oH. .i. i: ictisK. Couiilv l'ur l!ailrfnt fVinim.-iluiipr. Jusi:rii ki.uu. S: . I.'m. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET- Kr 'iiiyrev.in.in-rl'Vurtli UUtrU't, GLOKiii: c. ci:t tvvTUi:it. St. Jti'.f ti. j REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. l'ur Itejirrvntallve: Nimouv i". Mt"i:it. Y. .t'itr Pnweeulin:: Altornev CDiKCt: V. Ml Kl'HY. ! I'nijll. lir Treasurer: .inn . mi:v!:i:. f llifkr. l-VrCil!tclir: otil.TON c if t:i:.!t:.U ;II. f LiW-rtv. r-r i:iv.n! r: .CHAItl.KH C. .MOOIIK. (t lelitui. Kr SlK-riff: CIIAKI.KS U. K1 AICIS. .. Kat J-wb. rorl'.ircint I'liTk -C.(fV. MuliUld. t llirkur KorCoiiiitvC'lt-rk : joiiN ii. . cruris. .r-.Ka?t Lewi-l-'.ir .si'r : n::iK. isritNErr. ! i;.-iitiii. -For I'n'li.-.Ie .liLte" : iu:x::y t. a!.ku:k, vt K.it Ijrnt. FitrJit'lci-at lrs": AHA llMtl'IX, I lifc:t-lor.". For.lmice lt Iit: lEKN.JAMIN F. MO 111 SAN, of XitlaWH. lr.ln.lB.-Cit IMI JOSEI'U WISE, ot U"cu!a. FirCiirmT: JUL J. KI.01T. r-.rerlni. "Fverv trae Demccrat and every sin. cere tariff reformer knows that this bill in its present form, and as it will be sub mit lei fo the conference, Tails short of the consummation for which we have long labored, tor which we have suffered de feat witirut discouragement, which In its ;articha?hn gav? us a rallyhg cry in our triumph, and which in its promise of ac tCOMplishment is so interwoven with Dem ocratic nledass and Democratic success thit onr abandonment ot the cause of the p-iiciples upon which it rests means party perfidy an:l party dishonor."GRO VR CLEVELAND. Durinc last week 'StSKfJ barrets of j i....: ,;un,f.,..ria In Hn- . gland, wlifre tho prices range from $'- to S.i.ner barrel. The foreign demand for this product is uistantly increasing, und the lesson of it is that our farmers should plant big orchards where thy ure now raising muro vheat thau the .world -win!?. Xf fSnniiiL no Nausea, no Pain, when DeWitt'j Little Early llisorb are taxen i Small Pill. Safe Pill. Eest Pill. Sold by T. S. Hiude, Oregou. Mo. Tiir. leading commercial agencies re-' :pnrt that the volume of business is still about 25 per cent belcw the standard of .a fair year. There is no use for Demo tcrats to run their-campaign this fall on the basis rif booming times. Urifortuut tely, the people.know the state of busi ; altogether too well to bo comforted by ;the fair word of-politicians. Itiu-klcu's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salve in tho world for cuts, Itruises, Soros. Ulcere. Sail Kheum, iFererSoMs. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd nil Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Pilef, or no .pay required. It .s guaranteed to give :perfect satisfaction or monej refunded. ;Prioe 25 cents . per. box. .1 or aale.br. s O.Clark. Proud. Every man on the Republican ticket is qualified for tho ofli.-ie'for which' lie is n candidate. Every man ou the ticket is capable, hnnost and trustworthy. No .objection can be urged against any of them. And this-lieiog tlm case, every one of them ought to receive tho enthus iastic support of all Republicans. And they will rocoivo such support froai .all .good Rf publicans. A Little Tartar On the teeth del-troys the enamel and iruins the teeth. Sexafroo will remove this very.annoyinggrowth and leaw the teeth white and pearly. Sold by J. C. Philbrick the (Kipular druggist keeps it. The .ncreUry ot tho Holt County 'Horticultural society has been in corres pondence with W- A. Prescott about i putting in nn7evapnrcrt'"' here. He writes that lie lias two brothers in.Adair county, this state, tlit"huvo a plant thero that works up (0 bushels a day. Tho secretary is of tho opinion that next i Bummer Mr. Prescott will est.iblish a ,plnul here. Tho ciler pies? has be'ii ifwcured through I lis instrumentality ;,uod ho has strong liope9ofJs.-cu ring the .evaporator -nt no -distantday. This would give the fruit man of tliiH'part of i he countryi three char.ceri of Disposing .of their fruit. Ono word desorihes it "perfection. "Verererto Do Witt's Witch Haz!e, (C :rea obstinate, s.'res, burns, skin dis i ao, and is a woll-known.curu for il. We had $13.85 per capita in circula ;tiuo.in 1200. over halt of which was state, i bank currency of uitccrtain valuo The per capita circulation in I Kill was $25.- 75. every dollar ot which was v. orth 100 cents in every county in ti- -United States. Wbile our jKipuutfii w.is.n:i! .double in 189.) what it was in Itfli), t!. tvolume of currency was four times as . , i . .o.,, - . reat. Ayear latr. inlSJI, thotircula tion or money nail ilecreased by S3 cents ,per capita, and this with only the threat ,of froe tr.i.Ie h inging iivdr us. !!. lit ti" will ourtn iaiy oircilati n bt should we ever reach una liltrnfel free trade, fpS JwireJ oy Dj.mocracy? A Cfliinmi.rn .i..rr.- ! There will be no opening for a cam- p.ngn.on offensive ground on the part of i lpi.wracy. It will neceasarilv be a cam - p.-.iKnofderenseBpdapoloK.v.'Thftparty-lotisussacredas ).,.. .ir-.nr. n,.?!,; n.ut. it nr.m.Atn .In ! everything that jt j but has done, nearly j v.as under promise not to do. The avur-1 K. voter may not care to thread the lu lis tricaoies or upeciuUH arguments as to what results suay sometime in thefu I lure be expected from thu legislation accomplished, but ho does kuow ibut the election of 189:: was followed by the most disastrous disrjplion of business "ml destructive icflueccj .upon the .in- ) dus trios of the land that the, country has ever experienced. He knows that I from a condition of the most universal jj-rcsuexity that the country has known a plunge was .hkeu into the lowest , ileptUs of idleness, want and misery from one end of the nation to the other. Ami li knows thai tho baleful effects J of tho election were felt by and are now I i grinding everv family (turn tho local J i capitalist to the commonest laborer. ..Thero is enough in that knowledge to ! direct anvbody nut hidebound in his j partisanship in the way .ho should vote ; in order to restore the former condition J of prosperity and happiness. It wiil be up-hill business for the Ieinocratic orator to make votes by telliug his hearers that the sugar trust Uiriff has not addud a farthiag to the ex pense of tho breakfait table, when every body within the sound ol bis voice knows that his grocer gives . him four to six pounds less of sugar than ho did before tho sugar schedule was agreed upon. The man would be a dolt who can be i made to believe that tho manufactured i 1 imports of the country can be increased I so as to swell the receipts from duties ! more than SO millions and not cripple American mrnufacturen unless the dif ference is to be taken from the wages of the working people. The people know mure about these things than they .knew two years ago. They uill nci'ept no in.ro of the stuff. If there is.any virtue in political apologies it may avail some thing for the Democracy to carry on its campaign .along that iice, but theiutt! ligeut voter has been fooled "once too ofton." All tho talk in the world will not con vi.ice vou so quicklv as one trial of.Dc Witt'J Witch" Hazel Snlve for -Scalds IturiiH, Bruises, Skin Affections sud Piles. Ami Why Not Slissouri. The less m of tho recc-nt elections in Maine nnd Vernioiit should not be too soon forgotten. Tiiero is food for much profitable thought in thu completed re- turns, and especially so to a Missounan. j It was enough at first to know lhat the Rxutililican ticket was elected in each of tho state6 by a greatly increased major ity. The next thing cocsidered was as to the reason for the chuaxe in public s-entiment. Voters do not rush from ne side to the other or the political fence, in multitudes at least, without some reason for so doing. The reason was not hard to find in iliia I'M. Tt w.-m ilms.iLmtiii-tion with the work done by the political party in j jKiwer. It has been given control of the affuirs of the. country on trial. Its fail- re Jvas tho wicst dismal and disastrous loat mo ciuniry una ever eeeu. xnuoi fects of it had been felt in Maine and Vermont -bill less seriously than in al- uost any other states in the Union. The pe.mlo there wore bent upon a restora tiou ot tho conditions from which they turned but two years ago. and they went to ttie polls and recorded that de termination. There was oo loctl issue id sthke in either state. The result of tje elections was brought about bv the , ;.. ... national issues alone. The people nt the West, and of 'Mis-! souri.is well as other states, have felt ' the heavy baud if disaster to a much greater degree than those of Maino and Vermout. They are just as intelligent, and they know what brought the blow upon them. iTIio-Democratic party has been on trail before the people of Mis souri as well as before those ot Maine. In the recent election in Maine the Democratic party lost 30 rr cent of its vote. It was the same in Vermont, and why may it not be so in Missouri? Two years ago the vote in Missouri for Cleve land' was 2Ci,3;t8, beings plurality of 41,430 over Harrison's vote. A loss of 30 per centof this would mean a plurality of :S1,000 for tho Republicans, even if none of the votecamo to the Republican ticket. A loss of 1G per cent would wipe out the Democratic.plcrality and that would be z jhange of only about half as many as in .Maine and 'Ver mont. Thero is Still hope for Missouri. Is Your Hair Dry and Brittle, Falliug Out or Turning Gray.? There are enly indications that "tho follicles or roots of the hair are getting weakened or diseased. Beggs' .Hair Reuewnr will strengthen and -invigorate, the. follicles and the hair will regain its natural color and becomo scft. fllowy and healthy. Sold by J. C.:Philbrick. Thn head of a gram ccmicission house in New York, writing ton well-knuvvn Kansas City firm relative to the grnin market, says A new featuro developed to day. Tliero hnye been offerings here pf Cauadian white oats to arrive tlutj jiaid, and to day 20,000 bushels choice, thirty-six pounds, natural white were sold at 38 cents delivered afloat. We don't know whether this menus a large movement ot Canadian oats,'but it shows that at tho present duty of 20 per cent, ndvn lorem, we can get sooie oats from Can ada. Tho value of the oats at the port of export iu Canada is about 32 cents, as the duly is added to the price to m&ke the selling price iu New York. At 32 cents a bushel the duty would bo CI ( emits, under tho McKinley law the duty was 15 cents a bushel, sufficient to keep Canadian oats out of the American market, except in case -of very high prices. Every 20,000 bushels of.Cuna- dian oats brought into tho American 1 marked taken tho pluce of 20,000 grown f at hoiue and tends to glut ithe market t .mil a oaken pncs. 1 - Kr' "t""? houi4 know that croup i ciin be prevented. 1 he tirt HVinptuni j0rtruo . roup n ho-im-new. This is I folhrved bv a pn-uhar rough cough. If - Chamberlain's Cough R-aiedy m given ireely as eoan nt tho child become) hoarrieor even attsir the cough h.ie de-1 veloed it will prevent the at tuck, and fill cent l.etUe for sale by Clurk J'roud. O. Word or Two To Kfmilmcau ' Alters In Tins County. j Just u word or two to the Republican j Lditok Skxtinfl:-! see in j nsai.. -, voters: To an American citizen his bal- rTiMf.t. of the 21st ibet. an account ol the his liberty. And rjjjcrat.c convention held.at UiKelor j would mat aa f reelt make terms to bar-land amcng other things says: lhat Jt ; ter away my guaranteed rights as to aako merchandise of roy vote, U a mnn t ... . accountable for.his ciliz-mstiip lie is j accountable tor the manner in which nt. crat anu itie placing 01 un um w casta his ballot. Certain fundamental Populist ticket was wtt'scut his author principles underlie, good govern ment. it'." Now Mr. Editor, I want to say .And with our ballots. w select men to j right Jiere, thnt I was a spectator in the represent our ideas of what constitutes j Populist convention that nominated nsare form of government. Mankind i Mr. Biggs for recorder, and will quote as are crentod to differ, hence it is wisely I near iui possible the language used by nnr.o.i.rl thnt mainritif.H must rule. On . the scriptural injunction that "in a mul titude of counselors thoro :s safety." In matters of litigation also two witnesses make a stranger case than one. The time is drawing near every day whan I yoi will bo called upon to discharge the! highest duty laid down upon citizens of I any country hxpress your preference by a silent ballot, choosing between per- sons named lor ine various positions under the law, which are to be filled. Some of the positions are only clerical, some judicial, sotn executive, ami are legrsla'.ivo. Political principle and some. ee are so sharply defined and the ambitions of men have become bo inflamed with the desire to serve 'tho dear people," that ' you are called upon every day to make a sacrifice of principle, utterly ignore the sacredness of the trust imposed, and J cast vour ballot for a man who has not one political aspiration in common with your own. A limn whose life work has been to oppose Republican principles and whose vote-will Hii rely be cast this f"". tor men who aro in harmony and close accord with tho measures and poli cies of the-aiajor part ot the congress which has just adjourned. W hy, fellow Republicans. The difference between Republicanism and modern Democracy is broad almost as bet.veen American civilization and thnt of China. The only real ctifference is China has never hud a Republican party in the Hscendency to formulate and enforce progressive ideas, and.iead the country out on lines ' prosperity. Hence iu Chinu there is no "reverting to time honored principles," no going backward, because there is no advance. Chinese civilization is 4,000 years old. . If memory should prove receant and refuse to recall tho date when Andrew Jackson became president, Democracy would be- compelled to grope in darkness for a date.to fall back upon and find a repose for the dignity which invests n'.l j time- honored "events. China calls ttint barbarism which is nn7;innovation upon ancie -t customs. China closes her eyes and ears to advauco propositions. De mocracy reforms backward! makes haste to undo legislation which has be girJed n nation with prosperity! I mean she wrks iucessaully until her purpose is accomplished, no mutter if it consumes thirteen monthsof t'nie to do it! But my purpose is to warn, agaiust the insidious approach of the seducer of votes. Why, they will tell you it is tet ter to have a Democrat represent n Re publican county in the legislature, Bet- er tor wh If your llepubucauisu) is gullible enough to accept such Bophist-, ry us that for logic, heaven pity you. 1 II tell you what to do when you yote: Wrap aldose of caiomel in your ballot that works on the liver and will reduce tho gall. And then wo have a man run ning that is sitting on three legs. He says his head is level; it has to be. eke his position would be dangeroup. He projwes to turn his'early experience in lacteal pursuits among tho bovine crea tion to earneht profit. The stool he used in milking his father's cows had three legs, and now. s:aco he has become j a reformed lawyer he proposes to milk 1 tho whole county. He nid he had mar-, ned two of the best women he ever saw in n short time. He said it was because j he was good looking. I think it was ue- cause he-is such a good niiUer. If we had in Holt a female-suffrage party, undoubtedly he would ndd a fourth (limb) to his 6tool. He could then sit composed and milk away. The lamb would oteady his machine. Well, what do you think of him, anyway? He's a Democrat, a Populist, acd a Pro hibitionist. There.' a trinibj for you. The-Father, the Son and Holy (Jhost. And these three are One. One in ! - pose, One in ellori ami -ne m resuiin. Our country has had e-ghteen months of object lesson. Free soup houses, silent factories and free riots. Horo is another trinity. Free trade, a cardinal principle; trusts, dictutors of legifl'ition, and an- archy, forging its way to the front. Now, follow Republicans, wo have a clean ticket. Every one composing it is in every way worthy ot your sjpport, nnd they will cast their votes solidly for .Republican principles and measures. Don't listen-to the siren song of these good fellows who nil tell you: "It don't make any difference in county offices."' Support Republican men. Thnt is the only way to obtain Republican ascend ency. Oj.P RxrCULICAN. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country thnn all other diseases pat together, and until tho List few years was supposed to be incvrablc. Foragreut many yiars doctors pro- j nounced it n ucal disease, and pres. crihed-Jocal remedies, and by constantly feding to euro with local treatment, pro nounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, and, therefore, requires con - etituional treuQisnt. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chenoy & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the Jonly constitu ttonil cure on the market. Jt is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acta directly on the blood anil mucous surfaces of tho sys- . '11..... . .fTn- nMn hn..lm .lr.ll.iri. for any case it fails to cure. Send tor oirculars and testimonials. Address. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, 75c. Missouri.) do not reahxe the great ness of their own stain. In agriculture alone it is tho third state in the Union. It gives to the world every year 225,000, 000 bushel" of corn, 3ri.0O0.Q00 bushels J 0f ,at iUVW.OVj of wheat and C.trHl.GOn' of pntitoes. Over 2it,0(X bales of cotton arennnuallv raieed in tho H.iith.t. rn corner of tho state.an.l 13,iX).Jii0 pounds of tobacco must also be placed to our suffered from constipation. Tried every- credit. We have l.UM.OOO hnraeH and j thing nnd found nothing of lasting tnulei. iftfl.OOO citlle. 1,500,000 8heepjvalue- Hearing so many talking of and .V00.XSO hogo. A state vhich is I P-irka'Tea I tried it without much capable or sueh tilings, nnd only just ' hopo. Tha firut dode moved my bowels beginning, is cortain to till a creat place 'ensil' '"id now I am cnrd. It works tn tho country's industrial history, 'like magic. Sold by Clark O. Proud'a. ins vo-". Mill Creek. Mo. Oot. 1-t 1991. M. Biggs stated before that conventiun, mat no was a wraw., - j a 1 1.1 I... 1. tta tX Himo. ! uateu wuusu .m. mo - ; Mr. Bicirs before th Populist conven tion, whan presented for recorder. He said: "I am a Populist and am in the middle of the road; I stand on the Oma ha platform, and propose to stand there until every principle enunciated in thnt platform is promulgated:" Now, if the above are not Ilia exact words they are so near it lhat their meaning cannot oe mistaken. Mr. liiggs may have been a Democrat at the Democrat convention, but he was most undoubtedly a Populist at the Populist convention, and to those who claim thai he is not a Populist, J wish to rfer lhem to the delegates who nominated him and the many who heard hie addresB before that convention. He also pledged himself to support the -entire ticket, consequently he will only suDoort two . men on the Democratic ticket, and that will bo himself and Mr. Dunninff. and therefore he cannot be called a Democrat and . the man who casts his voto for him may be sure that he is voting for n man in the middld of the road. Now, Mr. EJitor, I write this with the kindest of feelings Tor Mr. Biggs; I 6imply want to place h'im. where he properly belongs, to the Populist party. Resp., J. H. Kcnkeu "I would rather trust thnt medicine' than anv doctor I know of." Says Mrs. Hattie Mason of Chilton. Carter Co.. Mo . in speaking of Chnmbprlain's Col'c. Cholera and Diarrheca Remedy. For salo bv Clark O. Proud. Thk commissioner of agriculture-gives the following statistics connected with sheep husbandry which tell their own story, viz.: V-ar. Number. Value. I $92 44.9:i8.3C5 .11G.121,290. 13D3 47,273.553 125.12190. 1S01 4."i,Ui8,017 B'J.IKO.IIO. The.reports from which these figures are taken nro made out in December prior to the year for which they are giv en. Thus the report for 1892 was made on the tirst of January, 1S'.)2, nnd was taken from statistics collected in De cumber, IS'Jl; tho report for 18!3 was made on the first vf January, 1893, from j facts gsthuml in December 1892 and so on. Now the reader can seo their eig ' ntlicance. Tiic wool industry had grown I rapidly until the result of the election of November 1892 was known. (July a month later correspondent! of the agri cultural department began gathering information on the condition of the sheep industry.iu the-country and fouc5 that under the operation of the McKin ley law a marked impetus forward had been given thereto.. The number and value had made a satisfactory incre.ase, but note the change when it was known that the Democrats had gained coutrol of the entire government. A decline set in that'reducodthe number of sheep 2J2"5.5;'0 and the value of the remainder. 83,t)V,ldO, in one year thereafter. The wealthy millionaires of England rejoice nt this result for ithoy know that it means a transfer of this valuable indus try and of nearly the entire woolen in dustry to their shores nnd leaves our i sheep growerf and wool workers to look I nut for tiouip other business. Is it btrttKO ti,at our country is overrun with une,Up;wyed men? ..Thrrn i n Sr.lvo for everv wound We refer to De Witt's W'tlch Hazil Hlv. cures burns, bruises, cuts, in dolen' sores, as a local application in the nosttils It cures catarrh, and idwajacuri s piles. Sold by T. S. Hiude, Oregon, 'M i The Kflcct on Fanners. In 1850 one person out of every 24 of our population was employed in our manufacturing industries. In I860 one in 25 was-so-employed. -This was under Tariff for revenue only. Iu 1890, under the protective Dolicy, one pprsnn in ! every 13X was thus employed, aud in j jo nb()llt 0je ut of every jo. , From iSr to 1800 there wasa dosao! f,)Uroutof etery 100 wage earntrs in j our mantifaeiuriric industries, who were j lran!ft,rrea from tho taod consuming to j ,, foou producing class. Frmn'lSGU to rB'.l2 there was a gain of ; ': to every lw wage earners urns em ployed. Thii was a great benefit to those engaged in our industries, and es pecially to the American farmer. The policy of protection, by increasing the number of workers, also increased the demand for farm -"upplies. Stop that Coiij;u With Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. It is the most effective medicine ever put on tho tunrkul for the throat and lung troubles Price 2C, anil T-0 and 1.00 Sold by J. C. Philbrick, your enterpris ing druggist keep it. Why Were They ICalsed. S.mutor Cullom in his reply to Mr. McVeagh, Democratic CKndidats for United States senator from Illinois, to succeed Mr. Cullom, counted the num ber of articles upon which the Demo- I cratic party actually raised the tariff duties. He fuuudthem to be 51 in nuts I her. Thu senator's question, why the Democratic party, if il beitvves the Mc Kinley law to be "the culminating atro city ot class -lugislation," raised thee duties lb a pertinent oue. We would like to have some Democrat in Iowaat- i tempt to answer it. One of the articles upon which it rawed the duty is sugar, a uoce.83-.ty in every- household. But we know why the duty on sugar -wna railed Secretary Cai lisle answered that quec- tion when he said that it was time the i Democratic party was keeping some ot! its pledges made to the Sugar Trust. But how abjut the other 50 articles? ItiUI R :irt Notes. J. W. Iliiley of Brttuviu, S. V.. Cin- 1 iiucUir on on I . i.. Kitiay, anu one I . .- . ,. -, 1 of thn brft known mull on ttie mail says of Parka' Tea: Kor ten years -I have MrtkE. r. Xt$kern j Salt Rheum On ay handi often forced me to stop work. Whca I took two bottles ot Hood't Hanaparllto the Scab had all hrafsd sad the skin had become etnooth and my bends tin re been perfectly Oires well since. Mm. K. F. NtSKBKN'.DclaTan. Wu. Ned' Pitts UraUeM. sere. Cwppoki) Cakleton is illustrating for Harper's Monthly a series of character studies, by Julian Ralph, entitled "Peo- j pie Wc-Pass." These studies, taking the , form of -short stones, .'deal with tho humbler horoesof the tenements of New Vork City. For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis Oriany disease of the throat and lungs, try Hoggs Cherry Cough Syrup. It re lieves where all others fail. Sold and warranted bv J, C. Philbrick. Tin: fashion features in Harper's Bazar for September 22d are a beautiful demi eeuson out-door gown from Worth.drawn by Sand.z; also several elegant recep tion toilettes, including a charming model in black silk. There is in the same number a delightful home story, ontitled 'Two Wuys," written by Frances Bacon Paine. During tho Imt wenthor impurities in the blood may seriously annoy you. Ex pel them by taking Hood's Satsaparilla, the great blood purifier. Nothino worse could be said asainst the senate bill than has been said by the Democrats themselves. President Cleveland said the passngo of tho bill would amount to "party perfidy and party dishonor." S. B. Bastard or Carthage, S. D., I wa taken sick in Sioux City. He pro cured two bottles of P.irks' Sure Cure for the Liver and Kidneys. He says: 4 I believe Parks' Sure Cure excels all other medicines for IIIieiimati-m ami Urinary disorders." Sold by Clark O. Proud's. HknrtO. Havkrmkvkr. a b;g Demo crat of New York, put e."(K).W) in the Democratic campaign slot, and now the Sugar Trusf, of .vhich he is '.behead. wilKtake.out 5,000.000. Henry knew how to touch the button. liens' 1-ittlc fiiiint Pills. The most complete and effectual pie on the imrket. (5'iaranteed to cute Constipation nnd Headnche. Call on your popular druggist. Sold by J. C. Philbrick. Henlwns keeps them. Ai.tiiocoii moans of travel have been greatly cheapened andliuiproved in re cant years, many persons till prefer to have-their travelling done for them as they sit about the home fireside with a copy of Harper's Magazine. This jear readers have enjoyed, or will enjo. Richard Harding Davis's descriptions of English und Paris life; Alfred Pdrsons' pictures of. Tapau; Edwin Lord Weeks's papers on India; and Poultrty BigelowV experiences in Russia and Germany. All those articles have been lavishly illus trated. Tho publishers announce tor early numbers of.tho Magazine descrip tions or travel in Aoriiiern .-inca, oy Puultney Bigelow.with pictures by Fred eric Romiugton; mom illustrated piper on modern India, by Edwin Lord Weeks; and, b uo means least, a. series of illus trated stories of Chinese life, to be written by Julian Ralph, who has un dertaken a special journey for the pur pose. Piles ran he ICelieved at Once. And in time effectually cured b the D.-rsistant "so of Beggs" German Salve, th greatest uilo remedy ever put on the market. Sold and warranted b J. C. Philbrick. "Where the'T.ixes Go. Ou the Mexican pension roll there are the namta of over 15.000 survivors and o or 7,000 widows, and something over 3,000 cases were jpending at latest re ports. This makes a total of over 23, (XXV or several thousand more men than the United States held iu Mexico at auy ne time during thu war. These all recnive either $8 or $12 a month. Among tho -names aro those of the widow of Thomas J. ("Stonewall") Jack son, who was next to Lee, the most popular commander of th rebel armies. Tht widow of the M ij:ten. George E Pickett, who commanded u division in the rebel army. The widow of Maj: Gen. Gideon J. Pillow, who commanded a division iu 't'.xo rebel ami . Hon. James Z. George. Fenator from Mississippi who served in the rebel arm as a colonel. Hon. A. H. Colquitt, Fenator from Georgia, who was a major-'eneral iu the rebel army The widows mentioned are or men who were educated at the government exponse, and afterward fought to de slroy the government. Lust April there wero pending the claims ot 115,520 widows of Uuion sol diers who have not yet b.-en -able to get .o i the roll. The National Tribuee, Washington, D. C The tlseovery Saved his Life. Mr. G. Ciillouette, Druggist, Beavers ville, III., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe und tried all the physi - , ... i ... cinns for ruiles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not jive. Having Dr. KingV New Discovery j j in my atore I sent for a bottle and began j ,ta use from the tirst done began to get bntter. and aer uhing three bottles j WSUi up and ab-ut again. It is vorth . j.s weight in gold. We won't keep ' gtcre or house without it." Get a free ' trial at Clark O. Proud's drug etoro. Jlk Hew M ;VXD- The Holt County ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR AND Address all orders At Your Service With a Nice, Clean, FURNITURE The Weigel & Roth 1114 and '2 Hi South Sixth A superb selection of Baby Carriages. niture. e invite jour peroual inspection. ' We begun is half done' Begin your house work by buying a cake of SAPOLIO. a solid cake -a -a tor ail cleaning purposes, xi y i . 2 iilWSPAPERS FOR 1. TlfE SElflflEL KtfsJis City Weekly Jouh- WIST, Both One Year for $1.50. Take advantage of this offer and get the Centcrv War Book Premium offi r ed by the Kansas City JourtMl: and cot: mm 'and 10 cents each week for 20 weeks gets the F lutou Conttiry War Book the Iowent pne or winch h:n; liereloiore been if 22 00. A new departure ic journ- ilnm. C ill or ad'lres all orders to THE SENTINEL. Oregon, Mo. Ptio'i Kcmolr for Ctarrh to Uia Bc.t. Easiest lo Vte. nd Clmpest. Sold by Drcgrf.ti or scat by mail. S3c K. T. Bsieitlcg, Wsrreo, 1'. DEAF; NESS CURED lin:..kMrJ .UmIIt. Coabrl. I. JAIcTHIIlAI IU We. SmmklwtmillrtawJlMhll. ?T! ES oa WOMEN nuke 110.00 a !y moj tho "Wonderful Christy Bread SHccr." Wntaaoick tot terntory. Cbkutt Kirc Co., Krtmont,01uk tfiAfl-OO PER ip4U WEEK FOR W1LUN3 WORKERS of tilhi-r nx, any ajir. iu tnv pari of llir c.mulrj, at till employment w:iich we furnMi. Yfu nrl not be airsy friini liomcorrr night. Tea can gtre yourwholatimi-tutli.'Yriirk.oroiiIyjoiir.jiare Mo ment. Antaj.iul inii:rfiiiirilonruiiiiiri:t. it supply yu-j wi'.li all ISial U iiredril. I: will colt yon notliin; to tr- Hip biir.r-r. Any one can ilo the work livjlnners m:iki- inoiny fprm the !ort Kailnre I. iinkiioirn villi n:r norlnrs. Kvery Ijiur joh Ijimr yow can v:ty mate a ilollar. So tm- wlu Is wil!ia to wjrk fjil toinat.rnire money lery dar lliaii run l' miiu"- in tim e lj -: a:iro.ilnia-r ro;mi; ir.Kt. S nJ lu- Iter buolt xntaiuiug thn fullest iufornialiun. H. HALLETT & CO. Box 630. Lytle Safe & Lock Co. MaNUMOroaaaa o. FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, Guaranteed to be STANDARD ZS EVERY PARTICULAR. HIQKCST INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FINISH. .Send for Catalogue and Price Li't to Tho Lytle Safe & Lock Co. CINCINNATI. O. j j I Weekly FIFTY BENTS. to THE SENTINEL. Well Selected Stock of OF ALL KINDS STYLES and VALUES Furniture Company Street, St. Joseph, Mo. We manufacture our owa Parlor Fur of Scourinsr Sap used m X. Extraordinary Inducement To all new subscribers to Tin: Sknti m:i, and all the old ones who come in aud renew their hubsuript ion, we will fur nisti ThkSkstiski. and the handt-ome and lattsj wall map r grand old Mis souri, all for the low sum or tl.50. The map alone is well worth 50 cents, and it sold by agents at that price. The map gives the iopulation by counties nnd cities, the railroads aud all money-order ! offices, county beats, etc. It is just what ou should have iu your home. I11. J. S. MEVKK, Veterinary Surgeon.. ST. JOSEPH. iY.0.. Graduate of the American Veterinary College, New York. -ar-ilfllrf. linn Kili-i- I'.arn. SI3 EilnmnU Street : resilience. ISO-.- Fell Street Ti-ls-liliiiin'alollti-e No. BO. Twnlnio- No.."l. j-CilUUy mail or lelrKram proniiitlj it lcliilril ramlMlmla.Mla.t7S nfl-CulMlMIMllMr. 1 IaUllUSMHMiliM uotittali;hMlim. vkn. am m M Iimi nui u. . w mi tatua. tka hMM tk7rm. (. ft MA liMinil iffL K MNa .t n...iil1ilnwsi. linMc,tuM.rjmlilM Trustee' Sale. Vlierrjilarsan,t Ann Meltjiliij:IrperMni, ' tier iti-frt of Irani. itJtril thr 211 ilii of Se ti'iiilier,lfo,aml rreonleil lu ttie n roril. r-.nnii e ot Molt coanlv. MUviiirl. on Hie 21-titay ! Si-IHfllllMT, IC-il. Ill tMMik ti. IWSr I'.li.romriel. tn John N. .M-nlfre ai trnM-.llir r....w In- .1.--rnlieil rr.il et.itf.ilii.:. ItinKnil tieiuz In Hie County nf Holt ami Male of Mi-"wurl. to-It: Tin et half ol tin-eal lull ef frart!oii.il wtloti K. tov.iiilii'H). of iaiie JX. eniitainlii; i4 aoren mor- or lev. Which .liil conve:iiire wa nriilr ill trut l ernrethr iMMii'iil "r a rrtlain primim note in ".ill itei-il of Irti-r ili-M-rild. it:'teil S. (.i-mln-r -Jl, tsi: ami lien-:n i!e faall ll.lt t'eeli lirulr Ill Hie t.l merit of ..ni int ami the interest thereon . uow.tlien -r...u t ,i. iu.kl-.tn.il trn-lfr- ill nurtitanee ! of jif Tirov'.ion. ofiaiil i'l-u Iti lrul auil at III- n-ijiiesl o: I in- leaai iionier oi um mnr. aforetAhl. will on Tt'llsliAV, IM'TOKKlt 9. IM. Itetween the lioiiri of ten oVlork it the for whiii an, live ""eloek In 'he all ro.-oii -f .alii lav. at !!; ntirth tT.or of theeonrt n.m-e.ili Ho eltv of lirejo-, hi Itoll eoiinly. Mlnurl. ir eenl t-ieI the lMr ilem-rllieil .rofi rli for the uuriniv eilre..eI in t.iiil ite.il ol tru-t. JOHN X IIKNII'K.:. Truster. he Celebrated French im "APMUXJrnilE" POSITIVE CUARANTKE torareayf rrnef nervnuii 1tiu . or any dlnrdrrof the. tent rat I re otKiti. or enner rt-x, whether art-loir BEfCRE oMotbUwoiauts, AFTER rbccoorOplaintorthrouKh yuaJjfnl l...ti.e; Hon orcr lndultenea. Ac.iuch ai !" of Err SV.H-cr. Waaefatneta, Bearlns itnwn l'aln lu ti !ccx, & rnlnal WcakEew. Hytr'. crvo I Jr. rs'ion. Nocturnal JCmtnionvLeuenrrh'ei. I! zinc (. Weak Memory, ho ol Power a d Iror. tn- T.whleh If reatertedoften Jrjul topien-ln: oM and inauuty. Prlee H-00 a Joa. 6 U it ;0r ?.- iO. fmt bv Tnrion -ccelj-t f wfc c. WRIHEH CUMANTEE l C'vaa for rer r.ar.l-r received, to round the poney If p-rnaaeaf care Knot effects I. , We hT tho in.i. nf terJmonlU from oil end yursr. bfith sexe who ha- been permanently eim TthriiHOlAnbrodlUce. rfreulirlr- A IJW vettrn Branch. lui 27. H ? r Por salo by J. C. Philbrick, druegiet 'Oregon, Mo. ELECTRIC TEUPtttNC RoM satrlzht. mm nmt. narmltj. . A4l loCitr.TillorOtrT. t nllllier unrwhera. nr ltn. OomplMe. nmir for r.erer out ef order, no reririnc. lo tin-.. W.tmoted. A re oner mi krr. V4rit W. P. HarrUen k Ca., Cum 10. tMiuaka.. TrinnrtD I llilUllu Sentinel I - I i Jhfiiu 07 iro..' I rcfnnt: I ni TiiiM'TjiItlc. IJelow will bo found lht time of thv part lire uf the passeuger trait: over thw K. C. road and als-u tho day freight train. lt u. ill lowen Hint i inisiimp card, tho B.t M. trains etop at -FoiiM City: nor: nostm: No. 1. iLrtave V,1rii;t City at 1:51 p.'m. No. 3 -Liivea-at l:3t"a. ni. No.."i .Villisca paseuger, -kacb at .:J0 p. ni. t o. l.i, IS V M - Ijeaves rortai vii hi t Mli.V.I a. m. No. 13 -Freight -leaves at :o a.'ra (iOIMi SOL'TH. No. 2 -Leaves tVrost City at l:-j:p.rc N. 4 -l.enves nt 2:22 a. m. No. 6 -St. Joseph pasacuger.'leayes St 10:10 a. m. No;lC. B & M-i-Leaves Forest City at 5:20 n. ni. j No. 18 -Freight Leaves at 2:10 p. ir. (icriuunM.K. Clinreh IMreetory pkei nroKNnAUM, VASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday, 10 to"ll A. M. Preaching every Sunday from 11 A.t. lo 12 r. v. Preaching every Sunday nt the Nodu waychurch at 2::i0 i m. Sundav school every Sunday nt tho Nodawtiv church at 1:30 r. m. 31. K. Church Directory. MORDO.X II. SMITH, PASTOR. Sunday school-every Sabbath, At 9:IW, A.M. Preaching every Sabbath, at 10:15, . M., and at 7:.'50, p. m. Class meeting at 11:15. Prayer meeting .-ery Thiiralay, at 7:30. r. m. Business mi t:ng of the offVinl l.nmrd the third Monc ay -jt each month, at 7'tO, p. m. Epworth Lffgne Sunday at 3:00 p. if ChriHtiun Chureli lireetory. A. II. AMIKKMAN, PAHTOK. Sunday school every Sunday, at A. M. Preaching on the second and fourth Sunday sin each mouth, 11 a. m., and evening. . P. S. C. K. every I tissilay evening at S o'clock. Prayer meeting every Thursday even ing. Meeting of the official board every fourth Sunday at :5 p. m. All aro cordiallv invited to nttecd. TheChnreli ot Christ, Scientist, Sabbath School meets every Sabbath morning nt 9:30 in the corthwest roea over Fitts ttore. Presbyterian Church IMreetory. Sabbath school at .:.T0 every Sabbath. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sabbath evening one hour before preaching. Prayer meeting every Thursday even ing at 8 p. ni. Preaching when published in The Rkstisei. until further notice. Everybody cordially invited to attend above services. DR. C. L. EVANS j t $ 0 Physician and Surgeon, OREGON, MISSOUKI. Office over the K.icket Store, north side of Public Square. F. M GREEN, Physician & Surgeon. OUEGONf MISSOUBr Can be found during day hours at tha office latelv occupied by Dr. Butler, During thu uighL at Dr. Butlers rest dence. J T. THATCHER. Jl u Iloiiioconiithist and Surgeon. OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICEs Special attention given to ORIFIGIuL SURGERY asd ITS t!LATI81 TO CIIKOMC ItllKA.SKft OREGON. - - MISSOURI P.D. KELLEY, M. D, NEW POINT, MO. j All calls promptly attended todayot ; night. Dr. W. H.C. Sterrett, CORNING, MO. All calln answered promptly dav op , night. Office over F. W. Wnlter'c etor C. W. LUKENS. D D S Dental parloraover King & Proud drug atore, Oregon, Mo. All the latee improved method and appliancea in ue PRICES REASONABLE ! S. W. AIKEN, M. D., (Graduate of St. Tjoiiin anil N. Y. Medi cals Schools,) ORBtJON, MISSOURI. OITice in V.inBimkirk building. AU calls promptly attended to by day or night. D AMI LI. Zac-hman, Projideut. C..J. litT. Caahier m mm mi OKEfSON, 31 0. Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,CCC Tranaacta a general banking bumnetv. Interest paid on dejHjsit left for a apec-i-tied time. Drnfts issued on principal cit.es. Co lectione made and (iromptly remittrd. ....r.....,. c: w n,ir..ii..n r m. 11ii.f.i.i . . . . . ..'..'.. ... Poynter.J.T. Thatcher. W. B. Datir, j Jamea Kncole, George Andcifcon, J. A KreeK. Konr.KT MoTuoMi.nv, IilviZcok. President. Vice-Pie:"! ril, Albert Hoecki.r. Chaw. D.Zoi-k. Cashier Asa't Curl l r The Montgoseiy Boeelttr BANKING COMPANY, OREGON, : : MISSOURI KSTAllMMIi:i IKl. The oldest Hmk in the county. Trana '. act a general banking busins Inter ' eat paid on time dei-f its. Drafts Fole on rill thej)rir.ei;:al citii f of the rountiy and Europe. Have made specinlarror.jir menta to enllect money due from et-tafea n foreign ennntriea. The ciinff-oi Farmer-. Merehnnta nrd ir.divii'Balf re spectf ull solicited. Special care tiv o anv business iatiUotcd tc ua.