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tiftiiifl The Holt County Sentinel j) and New York Weekly Tri- .) $ The Sentinel and Twfoe. oune i rear Tor di.ou. or i) a-Week Globe Democrat, 1 Year for $1.75. See our club list elsewhere. & the Inter-Ocean and Senti H nel 1 Year for SI. 50. VOLUME XXX. OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 15. 1895 NUMBER 42. Thanking: my friends for past favors would be pleased to see every one who wants to buy a wagon, Buggy or Harness. I want to show you my goods and if you then think that they are no good and not worth the money I ask for them, no harm done. H. C. Schmidt Dealer in Reli able Goods at Reasonable Prices l OREGON, 1 MISSOURI. THERE'S ONE THING YOU CAN'T DO EVEN AFTER CHRISTMAS You Can't Live Without Food Perhaps you would like to but that doesn't count so MOORE 4 SEEiHAN Go Right on Selling S. F. )' FALLON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ollico in Vanlluskirk Block. GASH! CASH! We desire to inform our patrons Groceries That keep you well by creating an appe tite for more. Go and see them for low prices. MOORE & SEEMAN 1 Oregon, Missouri. 1 We Want i our 1 radeH I his means i ou WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES That we are selling Cheaper than ever. Bring us your Soup r.r.d Butter Beans, Apples, Onions, Onion Sets, SEED POTATOES, Turnips, Lard, Butter and Eggs, but don't forget to bring an order for some of our leading brands of Flour. We keep Kflnkel's, Forest City, Mound City, R. T. Davis Si ft s The Davis is the famous World's Fair Premium Flour, aae as represented. YOURS TO PLEASE, We warrant KNEALE k ZACHMAN. jv-i T. L PRICE'S Hardware. A full stock of Plows, Planters, Stalk Cut ters, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Lever Har rows, Corn Drills, Listers, Etc. A large assortment of Cooking Stoves and Gasoline Stoves. SIBERIA REFRIGERATORS. Screen Doors, Wire Cloth, Iron Pumps, Etc OUR. BICrrGExElS. See our St. Louis Carpet Samples. Get you a carpet in four days. Give us a trial. Will sell you Hardware cheaper than you ever bought it before. T. L. Price, Hardware, Oregon, Mo. Too many harness at D.M. Martin's, Xevv fence posts for 6n!e at William Koslock s. I have 81000 to loan. Cull on A. W- Kint;, Oregon. Mo. Kobert Means has purchased the rvefr farm iu hlk Dale. the real estate transfers will 06 found on the inside pages. See Zook's City Photos Enlarco menis nnu ptcturo frames. r or tne latest styles in wall naner Ko ami see John I'liilonck. - hips at your price for ton cents up. Uall on I . is. Koetock. Mrs. ISIancho Smith is nssistinc V. II. Kicharus in his abstract olhce. Miss Ina Gilbert is visiting with friends and relatives in St. Joseph. Go to Molter's for your hot and cold lunches, bast side or puu,ic square, A few cords of cr.od Dak cord wood for pale. II. C. Schmidt. Remember Dr. Aiken makes a spe ciaLy of diseases of women and children - Mrs Minni'j Curry, of Moberly, is Visiting relatives in Urecon and Forest City. George Conz and wife have moved to their farm Hear Pickering, Nodaway county. Do not fail to hear Miss Carrie Lee Carter at the M. E. church, Tuesday evening. .March mil;. If you want your choice in good Hour try Kueale & Zuchman; all Hour warranted as represented. See T. Li. Price b St. Louis carpet samples. Cim get ou n carpet in four days, and prices are right. Aook s cut for nest live years; iie. 50c and 81.00 less on the dozen photos iian any artist. Xo.v is the time to by harness and wagons have too many and must sell. D. M. Martin -It is well known that II. C. Schmidt sells the very best wagon in southern Holt county and don't forget it. You will be richly entertained at the M. E. church this evening. Miss Leila Ferguson will give one of her readings. I have a fine black stallion, (ivo years old, for sale; also one span of mules and six head 01 work horses. J. C. Mokhis, New Point, Mo, A Union temperance meeting will be held at the M. E. church, next Sun day evening, at the usual hour. The sermon will be delivered by the Ilev, Henry A. Sawjors. -All parties knowing themselves in debted to us on account, are requested to call and settle at once, as wo need the money. Kki.i.kv &, Donovan, New Point, Mo. the I'acilic l'hoto Car will be in Forest City until March 20th only. All persons wishing any work done in the Photo line, should call before that time. Cabinet Photos from 81.00 lo 83.50 per dozen. Ilemember b II. Rowley & Co. will be in Forest City. Friday, Saturday and Monday, March l, 2;: and i and will pay you the highest cash market price for your poultry. See his ad in another column. Oh, sav, did you hear about the racket? James R, Wilson, of Forest City is selling lumber and building material of all kinds, graues considered, lower than tho lowest. This is a fact. If you do not. believe it go and see him. IS. r. Murray ,V Co. will soil you lWXu 1, .1 year old apple trees for 810; pear, cherry, plum and apricot ..c each, 84 per doz. Budded peach trees, 812 per hundred Have also a tine assortment of grapo vines, currants and goose berries. Tho people of Oregon nnd vicinitv. are glad to welcomo A. A. Weaver and familv among them. Ho has moved into the Soper place, just enst of town. Last fall Mr. Weaver operated his cider press here and although his ac quaintnnce was limited to n few weeks. yet such was the acquaintance termed that ho certainly has many friends here. A trip was made to the Baker dis trict recently Tho wheat and rye are looking well especially, considering tho dryness of tho soil for lack of rain. W. II. Baker, for tho past week, has been attending United States court in St. Jo soldi. He returned home Saturday to look after his farm and returned Mon day. He expressed himself as pleased with Judge Phillips and the decorum and dignity observed. If you want new and rare plants cood goods for tho least money, seed your order to Piko & Ellsworth, seeds men and florists. Jessamine, Florida They have the finest line of palms in tho country and at the lowest prices. For rare Morula plants be sure and send to them. Send them your address and re ceivo in return, free of charge, their finely illustrated catalogue, describing nnd pricing lots of new things. Tli ere was a meeting last night of a number of Republicans of South Park, and they decided that tho choice of South Park for tho Republican candi date for alderman from tho Eighth ward was Philip Schulte. St. Joseph Herald, 11th inst. Mr. chulto was a resident of this city for a number of years, and The Sentinel, would hearti ly endorso nis candidacy, and hopes to hear of his nomination nnd election. On our inside pages will bo found n larce amount of matter of special local interest to our readers, among which is Representative Murray a argument in favor of separating the agricultural col lege from the State university. An ex haustive review of tho 1S94 assessment. Miss Fannio Mever's fourth letter from tho heathen land: an excellent article tn culverts by "Fa-mer." If you aro not already a subscriber to Tun Sentinel, you should make haste in geUing your name on our subscription list. The Sporting News, of ht. Louis, Mo- has tho largest circulation of any sporting paper, consequently is tho best advertising medium in the country, it is recognized by everybody as tho lead ing authority on base ball, and besides contains the sporting news of tho world It is up with the times ana faithfully and truthfully reports sporting events of everv character. Tt is perfectly re- linblo and just the paper you want. Price only 82-00 per year. Send in your namo on a postal card nnd receive n free sample copy. Miss Leila Ferguson will give an elo cutionary entertainment, at the M. E. church, this Friday evening. March 15. Rev. Dr. Ferguson, who has been giving a series of lectures here, will assist his talented daughter. This lady created a perfect furor in St. Josrph recently. The press of that city gnvo to her en tertainment tho highest commendation. "First class in every respect;" the best ever heard in St. Joseph, etc." Where evershe has entertained, tho universal verdict of the press has been that she is the "rarest elocutionist that has charmed a Missouri audience for many a year." Miss Lelia will appear at the M. E. church, this Friday evening. Both comic nnd tragic renderings will be giv en. Admission, 25 cents;cbildren under thirteen, 15 cents. IGood Goods, Low Prices i Hfegrs !Pd ' i after AI'ltIL 1. All iiccounl 10. Arc warranted to scour in any sou; Kxtra share free k?A BUFORD CLIPPER PLOWS run easy, and turn a perfect furrow. with each plow. Get our prices. TRIUMPH SULKY PLOW g kct. Runs lighter than a walking plow. A boy can handle it. Get our prices. " Bi T m CASE STEEL FRAME vh t,; cror bars, malleable cast ings throughout: not an ounce of cast iron about it. Get our prices. DODGER DISC CULTIVATORS tnZZ rower than others. The discs can be arranged to work any way you want them. Gangs do not swing. Dodg ing is not done by the feet. Does not take an expert to run it. In fact it is the most complete Disc Culti vator on the market. It will pay you tc examine it and get our prices. KEYSTONE DISC HARROWS ESUSR,J Come around and see how cheap you can be fitted out with one of the best Discs on the market from $22.00 up. Discs are cheap this year; if you need one come in and buy one. CASE RACINE TONGDELESS CULTIVATORS Working qualities will be found to be the equal of any It will not collapse or fall down. Couplings never slip. Get our prices. Steel 1895 any in the market. Price Sli. for cash. Single and combined ints will be closed at that time. We iw to, and will, give you better bagaians than ever before bv reason nf tin: change. Respectfully, J. WATSOX & CO Kcpulilieaii City Convention. A call is herebv issued for a Republi I con city convention to be held at the circuit court room in the court house at 2 o'clock p. m. 011 Friday, the loth day of March, A. D., 1S'J.", for the purpose of placing in nomination one candidate for Alderman in the 1st ward of raid city and one cardidate for Alderman in 2nd word of said city. Come out in force and let us have a rousing convention. ISy I order of Committee. EVANS CORN DRILLS frame improved for No brush; equal to 5 per cent discount All steel corn plant ers. Single and double shovel plows. Get Prices from Large Xo. 8 cook stove anil Wrought Steel Rangec. Get our prices. Poultry Netting, Screen Wire, Screen Wire Doors and Window Frames to tit around and seo how cheap wo can lit LISTERS our prices. PflflFnTP OrnmrPfJ Fine stock to select from. bUUMllil OlUIHiU 810 up. cooking utennls for 821, COMPLETE STOCK any sizo window. Come you out with Screens. REFRIGERATORS AND GASOLINE STOVES. g Winfliills, Iron Praps, Woofl Pups, Chain Pomp;, g No trouble to show our goods. They are for sale. Wo would bo pleased to have you como and examine our goods and get our best prices. at SCHULTE BROS, Oregon, Zook's photos are up to the top of tho ladder and for less money. We aro truly sorry to hear of tho serious illness of Henry Patterson. Ovsters, liverwurst, weinerwuret. bologna, and head cheese at Molter's. I havo too ninny harness must re duce 6tock. I). M. Martin. Co to Knealo & Zachman for fresh groceries. Ail stieit-worn goous musi go at cost. Call for bargains. Drop in nt T. L. Price's hardware store, and look nt his bicycles. He will sell you a high grade awful cheap. Ueloro ordering yeur wall paper drop in and see the now stock just opened up by J. C. Pinlbrick, the drug gist. The Shuttler wagons havo the toughest timbers in them; evon the iron is tough, says one of my custom ers. 11. U. bennundt. Miss Carrie Leo Carter, of Dester. Mo., national speaker and organizer for the W. C. T. U., will speak at the M. E. church uext Tuesday evening nt 7:30. Collection taken. Tho dear people should remember this; you can get a hand-made, oak taned, set of harness at r . . Kostock s for 822.50. This is for less money than your cheap machine made borness. Tho cigar dealers of Holt county should remember that Penny & linker, cigar manufacturers of this city, mako the best live cent cigar on the market, tho "Cubanos." Give tho boys an order when you want first-class goods at rea sonable prices. ihellolt county nurseries, A. r. Murray & Co., come to the front this spring, with tuo most ccmpieto line or nursery stock ever presented to the peo ple of Holt county. Planters nre cor dially invited to call nnu examine our stock before placing ordors elsewhere. There was a total eclipse, bo it is said, of the moon Sundav night last.acd had the atmospherical conditions been favorable, the people of Oregon would have been able to witness tho phenom enon; as it was the heavy clouds pre vented. Thero will be another eclipse of the moon September 3-4, visible at nil points on the Western hemisphere. Three partial eclipses of the sun will take place during the year 1805. March 25, August 20 and September 19. W e call the attention of our readers. this week, to the advertisement of Jchn Saul, the well known florist, of Washing ton, D. C. He is n standard authority on tlonculture and horticulture has twenty greenhouses one nursery alone comprising 120 acres. If you want any thing in ornamental trees, evergreens, hot houso and green house plants, send him your order, nnd you will never re gret it. Send for catalogue and see the mnnv new, rare and beautiful plants that he has listed. ftic Forbes Counterfeiters. The Forbes counterfeit gang were ar rested Thursday of last week, and in lese than a week their cases were disposed of, one being acquitted and two are now in the penitentiary. 11ns is certainly quick work. J. C. Fitts, while he has been opening up cases and boxes of tine spring goods in all lines, has not round a single counterfeit in any o; them, and from the immenso stacks of goods piled upon tho counters and shelves, from the basement to tho first iloor, renching to the ceiling, we have no doubt but he would like to dispose of them as quick as tho Forbes counterfeiters were. We were in his store last Thursday that is we managed to squezo through the piles of goods in the course of an hour. He has bought heavily; 10 fact, larger than ever before, and while not desiring to advise or criticizo anyone, it is our can did opinion that he will have to cut bis prices down to almost cost in order to dispose of them. We hope Mr. Fitts will not take exceptions to what we have said, as it is only given in a kindly spirit. and during these hard times a man should be careful and use ,;ood judgment. Hhnd Roane entertained the peopl 01 uraig, iiiesiiay. - Late patterns nnd designs in wall paper now being received by John Phil brick. See Ins stock before vou buv. Prices ns low as tho lowest. I am getting in about forty sut nuui oor one nanu ami machine made liar ness; nil mado specially for mo, and every strap warranted. II. C. Schmidt . .... . .in oysier suppor anu social was given nt tho homo of Charles Foster in the Mill Creek neighborhood last Satur day evening. A large number of friends wore present, who report having had delightful evening. We will save you from 'S to .TO per cent on nursery stock for your spring planting. "That's no lie." Compare our prices with other nurseries, and you will bo convinced catalogue free on npph canon. ..f.Jin:s.ir4 Lo ino young peoples rpworlh league mito social will bo at tho homo of Tom my uavuison, on i-ridav evening, March, 22d. A short, but interesting program will bo presented, interspersed wiin innocent games and refreshments. Ihe fruitgrowers will meet in Mr. Knucher's office, on Saturday afternoon March loth, lt9,, at one o'clock. They win uiscuss a very excellent program that has been arranue! by Geo. P Luckhardt. J. R. Milne and Wm Kaucher. Thero should be an unusunllv Iarge attendance. P.P. Welty, director of tho Peo- . rr ....... . pios uonio ijoan nnu uimuing associa tion, is a candidate for the nomination of alderman in the Fourth ward on the Republican ticket. St. Joseph Herald. We know the gentleman up this way; ho is aliolt county boy, and the people of that ward of tur sister citv. could uo no ueuer man to maKo this nomin ation. The county courts in various parts of the state have reduced tho ratojof interest on school rund laans from eight to soyen per cent. Money is evidently getting more plenty in our state. It nas noi ueen a great many years since money nnd plenty of it was loaned in this state nt ten per cent, interest and ten per cent, commission to the party negotiating mo loan. Hon. T. n. Parrish, of St. Joseph, wns here tne tirei 01 the week attending circuit court.nssisting Mr.Norton who is representing the Republicans in the contest cases. Mr. Parrish is a good lawyer and is n prominent Democrat in Northwest Missouri. He formerly lived in Holt county and a few years since represented that district in tho state senate Macon Times. A. M. Howard, who is here in the interest of the drouth sufferers of Cliafo county, Nebraska, requests us to state that those who havo subscribed or those who are willing to contribute seed crain of any kind to those suffering people. aro requested to leavo their mites at the Schulte Bros, hardware store. Mr. Howard is well known in this county, and has excellent indorsements. Mrs. Annie Thompson, Mrs. Mary Harris and her daughter Myrtle, were brought to ttis city Tuesday, and lodged in our jail, by virtue of a commitment from tho United Slates court at its re cent term held at St. Joseph. They were found guilty in connection with several other parties, in making false affidavits in a pension application. The first named received a six months sen tence, and the two latter thirty days each Rev. G. G. Fer, Json and daughter, of Stanberry. have been in our city the past week. Mr. Ferguson delivered a series of lectures to our people this week, that were of a very high order, and were greatly ecjoyed by our people, especially his Monday night lecture on "Where is Heaven and Where is Hell." His daughter is an elocutionist of mark ed ability, having charge of this depart ment in the Stanberry Normal school for two years. She will give one of her readings at the M. E. church this Fri day evening. Mrs. Elvira Carter is visiting her mother in Savannah. Attend tho reading at the M. E, church, this Friday evening. -Better late than never congratu lations to Robert S. Meyer and wife. -Miss Daisy Tillman has returned home from tchool at Macon, this state. Get your shamrock ready, for next Sunday, March, 17, is St. Patrick's day. -loo many harness all hrst-class and hand mado at I ). M. Martin's. Now is your time. -aeo .John I'hilbnck, tho druggist. for the latest designs and patterns in wall paper. .00k s gallery is the plaeo for line photographic work ns you can get fur less money. Foragood smoke trvthe "Cubanos" cigar manufactured by Penny ,fc Raker, of this city. ItisaXo. 1. I am prepared to make ice crean? for weddings, receptions, entertainments, etc. Mi:s. D. L. IiKNNinT. T. L. Price sold this week, to Isam Rurnett and William Dorr, each uSibe ria refrigerator, nnd George Quick tw cook stoea. Miss Carrie Ijee Carter will speak at the 31. tj. church next luesday cv ning, March 19th. A cordial invitation given tc all. Ihe ladies of tho Presbyterian chinch aio preparing for a "Jiirthdn Party" .o be given in tho near future Further particulars later. lion your orchard or vineyard needs trimming, remember that Sauer is the man to get. He know how; will do you a first-class job an chargo you 11 reasonable price. All parties knowing themselves in debted to me will please call and settle, by cash or note, before April 1st. Uk. 1'. D. Kf.i.lf.v. New Point, Mo. John Douglas and wife, desire through our columns, to extend thei grateiui ttianus to an those who came to their aid and assistance during their latenllliction. Rev. Joseph Havs will preach Lincoln tchool Iieus9 at '.V.'M p. 111., and at Xew Point nt 7:30 p. in., Sundav March, 17. A cordial invitation extend ed to all to attend these services. Fiegenbaum has a new lot of Indies' and gent.-. watches: a nice lino of side combs, cravat holders, hat and coat marks: in fact, everythinc carried in lirst-class jewelry store. Call in and ex amine. - Never has thero been before in this placo a finer display or larger as sortmentof goods, than is being shown by our merchants at present. Come to our beautiful little city for tine good: and big bargains. It will be a great treat. Dr. Fergu son and his daughter. Miss Leila, will entertain thp people of our city, at the M. K. church this Fiday evening. This lady is pronounced by press and critics, as an elocutionist of rare power. We havo not only tho lending stan dard old varieties of apple, but have also the most promising new sorts, viz. Mammoth Hlack Twig, Gano, Ingram, Grundy, Cleveland, liabbit, lellow Transparent, Ark, Iliack. Minkler and many ethers. X. r. Ml'kkay & Co. I ho city council at its meeting on Luesday evening, appointed the follow nig named gentlemen as judges for the approaching city election: First ward David Foster, George Chadduck. Hugh uuk-y, II. h. i'eret, Giles lauglilin, J.A Kreek. Second ward, Henry Cook. Jas, Fryman, C. L. Evans, C. O.Proud.Frank Sutton, Levi Schulte. Lucie Hob. Patterson went to St. Joseph v rulay, and took Ins son George along with him, and they spent a good ly part of the day selecting furniture and other household goods, which will be used by oeorge and his undo in housekeeping, and como to theso excel lent young people in the form of a gift from Undo Rob. and his excellent wife. Indeed tho cup of sorrow has been more than filled for Orville Gravep, of Maitland. Within a few months, his daughter Daisy, wns called to her win dowiess home; then his beloved wife; then his daughter, Mrs. Emil Weber; ind now but two weeks ago, Iib was call ed to follow his brother Otis to the grave, his death occurring at his homo in .Mnryville. on tlie Jcl inst. . E. Welty. of Mound City, but for tho present on the road for P. P Argersinger .fc Co., of Xew York, mnnu lacturers cr gloves and mittens, was in Oregon, this week. Mr. Welty has tin section of country embracing Xbrthwest .Missouri, Southern Iowa and Western Nebraska, and is doing this for the sake of a change and his health, which has not been the best for some time, caused by close confinement in his storo nt Mound City. lho man arrested at SpnngheJd.this state, supposed to bo Tom Harris, who had been sentenced to bo hanged for the murder of young McDowell in At chison county, and escaped, was dis charged by Judgo Anthony last week.as tho party was some other fellow. T.ie Judge was on tho beech when Harris was tried and had as good an idea as iny person who gavo evidence as to the entity of the man on whoso liberty ho was called to pass, and ho gavo him his freedom. Several parties have been in town this week, wanting to invest in Oregon real estate. Some wanted already im proved property; others wanted plots from a small amount of ground to sev eral acre lots on which to build. Quite number from tho surrounding coun try are coming to town. Some tavo al ready purchased and will move soon. Some have purchased lots and will build this season. Our beautiful little citv seems to be in the nush iust now. Tho lower house of tho legislature passed tho senate bill on Friday InBt, creating a stato board of embalming. ho board is to be non partisan, and consist of five members; to be appoint ed by tho Governor for five years. Mem bers of the board must be practical em- aimers, and experienced in the care and disposition of dead human bodies. After beptember 1, every person engag- r.g in the profession of embalming shall make written application te the board for a license, and must pay a fee of five dollars therefor. License must be re- ewed annually, and the renewal fee is fixed at 82. A tino is fixed for embalm ing without a license. We hopo the governor, will select .Mr. "Jenny, of this city, as a member of the board. He is practical embalmer and a member of the state association. THE VERY LATEST. li ill Ti 1110 of Ladies', Gents' and Child ren's Shoes for Spring wear the largest line in the town and the very latest styles. I. !! lino 1110 of Dry tions. Goods Liowost. and No- of the Newest Patterns, Shades and Colorings in Dress Goods. ino of the Latest Shapes in Hats ior tne spring- trade. -A. Iirill Ijinc of the Latest Novelties in Gents' and Ladies' Furnish. ins Goods. Iitll Jliiiie of Groceries and Queens. ware. Prices Always the Lowest. Watson Co., OREGON, MISSOURI. KIND FRIENDS Sweet friends,let me not stir you up to such a flood of mutiny against the other stores because they cannot sell you goods as cheap as I can. I came to sell you good goods at cheap prices, not to rob you. If you don't be lieve this, call in and see the stock of otY qooDS, FUHfllSlflflQ QOODS, yfg? mm QH0CEIIE$, EJ0. A full line of ROPE. MACHINE OIL and BINDING TWINE on hand after April 1st. .trices aneaa 01 ajn xuuux s. R. L. SHIRLEY, - - Forbes, Mo. Bargain Sale ! f.Q j 3 Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. I KREEK BRO'S. Request the pleasure of you at their company Bargain Sale Every day in the year except Sundays.) They respectfully call your attention to the FACT that Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, And in fact, everything needed by the people in this region, Can be Found at Their Place. KREEK BRO'S., OREGON, MISSOURI. m A Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. 4 1 Bargain Sale !