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THE SENTINEL OREGON. MISSOURI. TERMS:; 1. 58 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE DOBYNS & CURRY.PubUshers Issued Every Friday. Friil iy.. Tantiitry 2.1, HNU. SLEEP ETERNAL The Sentinel' Record of Deaths for the year 1900. The death roll for Holt county for the year 1900 was the smallest incc 18!, the year just closed showing a record of 105 as against IKi in 1MW, and 85 in 1893. There were several tragic deaths in our county during the past year. John Cook died from the effects of a wound :.n:lirWm Violc Thnmns (in ham. Ed. Iluorins. Edirar Mann and Horace Nay, each died from the effects of a kick from a horse. William Stal cup bad hifflife crushed out by a log falling upon him. William Carbough, of Waldron, this state, shot himself ac cidentia while hunting on Uig Lake, near Bigelow, on Nov. 24th, dying al most instantly. Ella Huffman suicided by taking concentrated lye on July 20, and died the same day. The oldest person to have died was ... . . j . ... , .i r . voungest, that we keep a record of was M..l CfofTnWl mul 1 vir The monthlv record was as follows: Males Females Total January February March April May June July August September. October November December 4... 2 0: 7 10, :... n is 4... 7 Ill 3... 7 101 3... 2 Jj 3... 1 4( 8... i is; 4... 4 8 4.... 4 8 5... 7 12 3... 4 7 Total... ..47 58 105 Th nraracrn ntrn nf the males was 52 1 years and of the females, 44 years, and the average age of all was years. The death rate during the year just passed was but a small fraction over G for every 1,(00, which is the lowest for years. The largest number of deaths occurred during the months of March, April and August, 12 each, and the least number occurred in July, 4. March was the most fatal to the females, 9, and August to the males, 8. There were 29 persons who died that bad reached add passed their 70th mile atone. These were: Butrick, Brandon Ball, Martha Diveiey, David Douglas, Jane Forney, Barbara. Feuerbacker, John Glenn, John H Helwig, Joseph Hooper. CM Haer, George Kunkel, Mrs Barney Morgan, Mary McKee, Jacob -- McNulty, James McKinney, William Ogle. Mrs Brantley Philbrick. Cyrus Randall, Samuel Stacey, James Shadringer, Clymer. Stockwell, Mother Weir, James Weightman, Elizabeth Weis, Amos Wallace, Delaney Vandeventer, Mrs Abe York, Louisa Zacharv, Henry 70 82 70 72 87 73 82 74 70 70 79 70 7S 74 93 75 i.j 70 71 73 80 79 75 75 85 87 75 , 75 Zook-, Daniel - The birth, death and marriage roll for the entire year 1900, was as follows: Births Deaths Marriages 1895... 1896... 1897... 1898... 1899... 1900... 161.. 225.. 284.. 198.. 210.. 263.. .. 83.. ..11C. ..132.. ..123.. ..105.. ..103 . ...170 ...IG4 ...143 ...149 ...ICS ...148 Ramsay, Mrs Bertha, hear Fillmore, Jan 15. age 24. Interment at Brodbpck cemetery. Miller, Hugh, at Farmington, Mo, Jan 4, age 29. Interment at Maitland. Miller, RevGeon at Kansas City, Jan 11. Herbert, George, St Joseph, Mo., Jan. 14. McFadden, Tony, at St Joseph, Jan 21, age 1G. Buried at Oregon. Chandler, Mrs Nancy, at Mosinee, Wisconsin, Feb 4, age 80. Murray, Linville, in Doniphan county. Kansas, Feb C, age (10. Kelley. Mrs II S at St Joseph. Feb 9, age CO. Frazer, Miss Lizzie, at St Louis, 1-Vb 17. Yetter, Martin, at lltimlioldt. Neb, February, ago 76. Pattin, Lucy, at St Joseph. Feb 23, agelG. Allison, Mira Hcrron. at Beatrice. Neb.. Feb 24, age 42. Coffin, Mrs Wm. at St Joseph, March , 1. age 30. Small wood, Mrs B W Topeka. Kan- j as Asylum, March 5th. . Perkins, James, nt St Joseph Asylum, March 11, age 73. . Wakeland, Mrs W H Hitchcock: mur-. tiered by her husband near Brock, Neb , 1 March 1st. Husliand suicided. Origsby, Mrs J L at Corning. Kansas. March 11th. Shaffer, Benj, at Nodaway. March 22. 1 age 99 years and live months. Combs, Mary, in St Louis. March 10, from peritonitis. ; Coursin, Mrs Margaret, at Barring-' ton, Kansas, March 24, age OS. Kathan, Bettie, at St Joseph, Marjh 28. Redmond, Charles, at St Joseph, March 30, age 3X Crews, Anna, at St Louis, .March 10. Gardner, Wm A at Watsonville. Cal ifornia, April 5. Kaucher, Mrs Dorothy, at German- DeWitt, Ia. Pepsin Svnur Co. Gents: I cannot recommend Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin too highly. It has been a great benefit to me. Very truly, Ray Bccklev. Sold by T. S. Hinde k Son. The merited reputation for curing SSsSaSSS to the making of worthless counterfeits, Be sure to grt only DeWitt's Salve. C. Q. Proud anil S. W. Aiken. w M"'".... J Coursin, J.-uni-s, at IIi'rrinKtoti, Kan sas, April 12. Sohoonover, Mrs Seymour, of Crai;;. atStJo-eph, April 10. Bradford, Snrali. at Graham. Mo., Apiii 10 Walker. Nancy Winkler, at Fairfax, April 17. Kellonsr, M F at Skidmon April i". a SO. Doml. I)r Hpiisou, at St Joseph, Aug SI, aire T.l. Iturnt'tt, Isain K at St Jiweph Asy lum, April :27th. age (51. Inkncy, Emma, at Omaha. Neb., May 1. ac- Vt. Gr-en,Join, at Leavenworth, Kansas, March h- Kunkel, Sol at Kent, ashin"ton. May 7. ag 11. Price, l:ert. at Kxcrlsir Spring, June 10. Maureiy. Gertie, at St Joseph, July 4, age SO Our. Oliver, at St Joseph Asylum, J uly 4. age 37. Russel. Geo at Oakland, California. July VI. Caldwell, Earnest, near Chevenne, . J l.e.ng run over by cars, Aug 3. Ebert, Charles, at Council Hluffe, Iowa, Aug 14, age 21. Simp-on, John, at Lander, Wyoming, age I!. Muggins, Will, at Kansas City, Sept u. Joni'. Phil II at Ravenna, Xelt., Sept (5, by being run over by ears. Workman, Mrs Martha, at St Joseph Asylum, Sept 19. age 81. Record, A at Malvern, Iowa, Sept .'50. Schatz, Mrs Catherine, at St Joseph, October 22, age 02. Nash, Al, at Dalles, Oregon, bv a rail- ' . ' ' ....... -.v..., ... ui(;iii(iu, .,11c ... u tic Auburn. Xeb., November S. Allen. E P July 12, age 09. Andes. Mis W G Sept S, age 40. Butrick, Wm T Jau 1, age :t0. ltntrick, Brandon, Jan ..", age 70. Bush Mrs O E Feb 7, age 35, Brownlee, A W March 13, age 48. Blackburn, George, May 11, age 39. Ball, Mrs Wm (Martha) May 28. s ige S2. Boyd, Chas Aug 15, age 17. Butrick. Ollie, Oct 20, age 20. Blevin?, J W Nov 10, age 41. Bandy, Mrs D P Nov 25. ago 5S. Bain. Dr J W Dec 7, age 03. Cook, John, Feb 4, age 37. Stabbed by Wm Fields at Mound City, Jan 22. Catron, Mrs Wm F March 15, age 50. Cranslin, Mrs Mary, April 23, age 03. Calhoun, Mrs David, May 10, age 34. Crowley, Jno M June 9, age 33. Chandler, Mrs Doctor, Aug 29, age 30. Carson, Mrs Jno Nov 10, age 42. Compton, Ruth. Dec 5, age 3. Dearmont, Mrs Peter, March 15, age 02. DeBord, Jeff, April-19, age 00. DeBord, Maud, April 25, age 18. David, Mrs Charles, May 4, age 00. Dively, Jacob, May 23, age 70. Douglas, Mrs Jane, Aug 24, age 72. Evans, Harvey, March 10, age 03. Foster, Jatuuel, February 1, ago 75. Forney, Mrs Barbara. March 19, age 87. Foster, Garl, June 24. age 27. l'euerbacher, John, Aug 20, age 73. German, Mrs June White, March 27, age 59. Gregory, Evelyn, April 29, age 4. Graham, Thos of Bigelow, June 17, age 10, from kick of a horse. Glenn, Jno H July 10, age 82. Gold-berry, Joseph, Dec 30, age 5?. Helwig, Joseph J Jan 5, age 74. Hasness, Jno M Jan 30, age 57. Hooper, C M May 23, age 70. Hanson, James, Aug IS, age 50. Huggins, Ed, Sept 5, age 31, from kick of a horse. Hann, Mrs W F Oct 10, :xgv 21. Haer, George, Oct 10, age 70. llahn, Anna, Nov 29, age 19. Huffman. Ella, July 20, suicided by concentrated lye. Jesse, Martha B "Tot," March 21, aga 11. Kennedy, Ellen, February 8. age 54. Kunkel, Mrs Barney, June 3, age 79. Kuhn, Mrs David, Nov 4, ago 40. Kain, Mrs Anna, Dec 10, age 47. Lewis, Wilda, February 18, age 4. Lipps, Wm R Aug 31, ge 40. Lang, Mrs Louisa, Sept 21, age OS. Little?, M C Oct 11, age 20. M use, Dora, Jan 17, age 22. Martin, Leona, February SO, ageJ3. Mann, Edgar, April 3, age 3. from kick of a horse. Metz, Ella, Aug 14, age 30. Morgan. Mrs Mary Jane. Aug 21, age 70. Moon, J G Aug 22, age 14. Mohler, Elizabeth, Sept 8. age 51. Martin, George, Nov 2, age 59. Melton, Snrah, Dee 2, age OH. McMillin, Mrs John, July 22 McKee, Jacob. July 23, age 78. McNulty. James, Nov 12. ag 71. McKinney, Wm Dec 18, age 93 Nash. I) W Feb 13, age 09. Xorris, Mrs Otis, April 20. age 28. Nay, Horace, Oct 19, age IS. Fioin kick of a horse. Nicholas, Mrs Fred. Oct 22. age 59. Noland. Nancy. Nov 10, age 05. Ogle. Mrs Brantley, Mny 10, ago 75. Patterson. Bessie, April SS, age 1 1, l'russmaii. Mrs Ed. May 9. age :10. I'hilbrick, Cyrus, Aug S, age 75. Pollock. Mrs Mary. Oet 10. age 08. Rice, Mrs Jno A Jan 8, age 47. Rush. Mrs O E Feb 7, age Xi. Rowland. Thos R March 0, age... Randall, Samuel, April 0, age 70. Randall. Wm Sept 12. agj t'rfi. Russel, Maude, Oct II, age 12. Seheele. Mrs Am a, Feb 13, age 32. Shaffer. Mrs Adam, March 9, age 39, St John. Mrs Pearl, March 28, age 23. Sehoonover, Mrs June 12, age 02. Stafford, Mearl. Julv 10. age 1. .Manv u bright ami happv household has been thrown into sadness and sorrow because of the death of a loved one from a neglected cold. Ballard's lion-bound Syrup is the great cure for .roughs. colasTind all pulmonary ailments. Price 25 and 50 cents For sale bv J. C. Philbrick. The Mother's Favorite. Chamlierlain's Cough Remedy is th mother's favorite. It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures. It is intended especially for coughs, cold, croup and whooping . cough, and is the best medicine made for tnpsa diseases. Thero is not the ! 5n ' it contains no opium or other injurious lrtig and may be given as confidently to t0 an a(1u,t- h or w h-v c- j O. Proud. Stacy, James, Aug 3, aae 71. Shadringer. Clymer, Aug 14, ae 73. Sanborn. Wdlie, Sept 18, age 5. Stockwell, Mother, Sept 28, age 80. Stalcup, Wm Oct 13, age 40. From being crushed by logs falling upoh him. Steele. Bertha, Nov 11, age 6 Sheppard, Eva, Dec 20, age 28. Thompson, Amy, March 1G. age 9. Terhune. Jno L April 0, age 7. Thatcher, Florence, May 27, age 5. Thieman, Charles, Nov 13, age 5. Weir, James, Feb 2S, age 79. Weightman, Elizabeth, March 31. age 75. Wilson, Myrtle, April 24, age 25. Watts, child of Wic, Sept 8. age 1. Weis. Amos, Oct 19, age 75. Wallace, Delaney, Nov 11, age 85. Williams, Lewis, Dec 29, age 25. Vanderschmidt, Grandma, Feb 2(5, age 05. Found dead in bed. Varr.es, Mrs May 10, age 03. Vandeventer, Mrs Abe, Nov 25, age 87. York, Mrs Louisa, April 5, age 75. Youuts, Mrs May 19, age 57. Zachary, Henry, June 3, age 75. Zook, Daniel, June 8, age 72. .lell-O, Tlie Xi w lisurt, pleases all the family. Four flavors: Lemon, Orange, Raspberry and Straw berry. At jour grocers. 10 cts. Try it to-day. Wasted Agents for "'History of the WattereoD. A complete, authentic his tory; illustrated with over 7G full page, half tones and many richly colored pic cures. Large royal octavo volume superb outtit. postpaid for only 50 cents (stamps taken.) Most liberal terms e utria rypgllen by Hon.VVHr."anis-Am given. The greatest opportunity of the years. Address: The '.Verner Company Akron, Ohio. , Noaaway. Miss Millie Clark spent the past week with friecds in St.Jo-eph. Mr. Clark and family expect to leave our little burg next week. Miss Ida Arn has been spending the past two weeks in St Joseph. Miss Sarah Fobair has been visiting with relatives near St. Joseph the past few days. . Mrs. Alice Garner and Mi-s Nellie Marsh syent New Year's day with frierds here. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, of Wathena, Kans., spent a few days with friends and relatives recently. Our school is progressing nicely untW the supervi-ion of Mr. Gant, who is proving to lie an efficient teacher. Claude Clark, who was severely burned while enacting tho role of Santa Clause Christmas Eve.,has alwut recov ered. Andy Euiminger had the misfort une to fall out of his wagon Saturday in such a manner as to break h:s left limb. Mr. Oppliger has returned from a trip to western Kansas, where he accom panied his sister who but recently came from Germany. Miss Ombra Steeby and a Mr. Dav ison, of Oklahoma, were married on New Year's Day, and departed for their new home the following day. Quite a number of our young p-o-ple gathered at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs John Graham one evening recency, and enjoyed a social party given in hon or of Miss Nellie Marsh. Enid. uThis season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles. Prompt action will save the little ones from these terrible diseases. We know .of nothing so certain to give instant relier as One Minute Cough Cure. It can aho bo relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung trouble of adults. Pleasant to take. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Marion. T. H. Reynolds was a Fillmore visi tor, Friday. Mrs. J. C. Planalp visited with Mrs. Geo Hornecker, Friday. Several of our farmers had hogs on the Rosendale market Monday. Ed. Hornecker and Ernest Oppen lander hauled hogs to Fillmore Thurs flay. Jim Morris ami John IVret attendxl I. O. O. F. lodge Thursday night at New Point. Mrs Gee. Pollock and M ss Jen ie Morris visited with J. A. Oren's family, of New Point, Wednesday. Joe. Xocllsch and wife John and Ernest Opiie ulander and wive . visited at Friil Kramer's, Tuesday. Oyster supper at shool banc Satur day night, January 20. Every tine cor dially invited to attend and have a good time. A Wide-Awake and Handsome Pa per. The New York Tribune has produced in its Tri-Weekly edition a newspaper which is certainly attracting the atten tion of intell'gent readers far and wide. Within the p.iit 10 or 15 years pictures have gained a large place among the contents of many newspapers. In some eases they are inserted merely to amuse. The Tribune employs pictures in a sound and sensible (although most en tertaining) way, as legitimate illustra tions of the tiens, by means of which it gifs a vivid idea of many things which could not be described in words. The Tribune also prints spirited cartoons, many of which are capital hits on ili tics anil ioliticiaiis. We doubt if thero is a lietter or handsomer general news and family paper in the United States thn the New YorkTii Weekly Tribune, and it is of intere-t to remark that that newspaper has increased eight times in its circulation within the past jear. The Tribune hns a consistent record a the particular champion nf thriving home industries, settlement of the pub lie lands and protection to American business interests, and is always an in teresting and readable publication. No printed mntter of any kind can bit tnken into tho family, for general reading, of any higher value than Tho Tribune. It is an inspiration to the young, a reliance to the mature, h source of entertainment and instruction to all. It keeps pace with the times, and in tho second half century of its existence is as young and fresh in spirit as it was back in the early forties. (See Proseetus in anoth er column.) Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. Ocloar Praaka. A traveler in the west. Ilev. C. T. Brady, says that of all the manifesta tions of power he ever witnessed, from' an earthquake down, a cyclone is the most appalling. The midnight black nes of the funnel, the lightning dart ing from it in inconceivable fierceness. the t range crackling sound from its bosom, the suddenness of its irresisti ble attack, its incredibly swift motion. its wild leaping and bounding, like a gigantic beast of prey, the awful roar which follows all this but feebly char acterizes that strange ravener of the plains. He continues: "The cyclone plays odil pranks. I have seen two horses lifted in air and carefully de posited, unharmed, in a field about an eighth of a mile away. I have seen chicken and geese picked clean of feathers, and yet feebly alive. One house. I remember, had a hole ten feet in diameter cut out of its roof, as if by a circular saw. I have seen the black, whirling cloud lift a build ing and shake it to pieces, as one shakes a pi'pper-bov. One of the worst cy clones I e-er knew threw a beavv iron safe about as a child might toss wooden alphabet-block in plav. It is an irresponsible a well as an almost om nipotent monster, nnd it seems to !ov the hideous jokes of its own concoct ing." You th"s Companion. Why Von "Srr Star." If you are one of those who fre quent the police courts, you have no doubt often heard the victims of as saults declare that their assailants hit them so hard that it made them "see stars." And. indeed, the sensation which you experience from a violent blow on the head resembles very, much the sight of stars. The fact is, there is a phosphorescent power in the eye. which -lwws itself when the head is strucK violently, and is often perceived in the act of sneezing. The jar to the system caused by the blow produces a pressure of the blood ves sels upon the retina, causing either total darkness or a faint light which floats before the eye and in which the Imagination discovers thousands of fantastic fisrures. the majority of which resemble stars. Chicago Trib une. The Trolley In Siberia. Electricity is conquering the world with greater rapidity than did its mighty predecessor In mechanical achievement, steam. The gradual opening of the trans-Siberian rail road has led to the introduction of. electric light and electric machinery Into the towns of Siberia. Recently the municipality of Vladivostok de cided that electric trolleys were In dispensable to the comfort and con venience of the Inhabitants of that remote city, and it was resolved to build at once about 20 mi.es of elec tric tramways and to light the town with electricity, besides introducing other modern conveniences. Most of the machinery will be of American manufacture. Youth's Companion. Kolon Whn Gpl .to Pay. Only in ltritain. Italy and Spain do M. P.'s serve their country free of charge. In Portugal the ease is curi ous. Cntil ISO'.' Portuguese M. P.'s received ten shillings a day. This was then abolished. Rut the lawmakers still have free passes on all railways, and constituencies may pay their members a wage of not more than 14s lOd a day. As compared with hi colleagues in other countries, then, we find that the ftritish member of parliament enjoys but few privileges; nevertheless, his position is second to none in point of importance. N. Y. Sun. Remain of Anrlrnt Men. In some grot tors in Algeria French explorers recently discovered stone im plements mingled with the remains of extinct animals belonging to quater nary times. Further explorations in dicate that during the age when the grottoes were inhabited the coast of Al geria had a configuration different from that of to-day. Among the ani mals associated with the ancient hu man inhabitants of Algeria were the rhinoceros, the hippopotamus nnd va rious species of ruminants. N. Y. Sun. Marked. Harmless darn, bring me those doen pocket handkerchiefs on which I told you to mark my monogram. I.ntU's .ln id Here they are. my lady. " "Hut how is this? You haven't marked nil of them with my mono gram." "Indeed I have, my lady. I marked one with your monogram, and I have marked all the others with the word Ditto.'" N. Y. World. fTnaat K.lffhl) Mllra front Shore. The eastern edge of the North American continent Is overflowed by the sea. and that is why the water near I In- coast is so shallow. To find the true edge of the great continental laud mass one would have to travel about Ml miles due eastward froa New York.- N. Y. Sun. llfMT He (Sot Oat. Custodian - You changed your mind about taking that Hat as soon us you went inside? Portly - Change nothing. There wasn't room in there cten to change my mind. ! just hacked out. Denver News. Inopportune. "What kind of unman Is your next neighbor?" "Oh. she's the kind that always cornea in just when some other neighbor in telling you something she doesn't want anybody else to hear."- lndinnaMilia Journal. Xomr Snrr Ootaront It. The only language of a baby ia a howl, and that is uliout the only lan guage of some grown people. Atchi on (ilobe. The fragilo babe ami tho growing child are strengthened by White's Cream Vermifuge. It destroys worms, gets digestion at work, and so rebuilds the body. Price 25 cents. For sale by J. C. Philbrick. Pepsin preparations lieve indigestion because they can di gest only albuminous foods. There la one preparation that digeat all clasaea of food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It cure the worst cases of indi gestion and gives instant relief, for it digests what you eat. C. U. Proud ami S. W. Aiken. XoBarch. James Garner purchased a line buggy in Oregon last week. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd visited with Mr. McGuire and family recently. Jag. Smith and wife were calling on Lee Hughes and wife, Sunday. Jasper Garner and family, visited with James Huiatt last Sunday. Gottlit-h Ott has moved into his new house, which was completed recently. Sherman Aldridge has been quite s'ck for somo time, but is now convales cing. There has been quite a nuralvr of weddings in our vicinity the iast few weeks. Miss Nellie Marsh, of Wathena, Kansas, is visiting with relatives and friends here. L.e Hughes and wife are the proud possessor of a nice little daughter of recent arrival. Jake Esely and wife, of Nodaway, were the guests of James and Alice Garner, Sunday. Jas. Bradford and family, of Fill more, Fpent last Sunday with Mr. Black, of Monarch. Rev. Hite preached quite an inter esting sermon at the Blackberry school house last Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Rains and son, Sam Karr, visited with rela'ives in Southern Kansas, the past week. Our young people enjoyed a social party at the home of Henry Hughes and wife, last Thursday evening. The people of Monarch are expect ing a protracted meeting to be con ducted here in the near future. Teed Garner and family, of Pawnee, Ok la., have b en visiting the past two weeks with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Mary Graham Smithers is dangerously ill at this writing. Her many friends hope for her speedy re covery. VlOI.KT. Herbine should be used to enrich and purify the blood: it cures all forms of blood disorders, is especially useful in fevers, 6kin eruptions, lioils, pimples, blackheads, scrofula, salt rheum and ev ery form of blood impurity: it is a safe and effectual cure. Price, A cents. For sale by J. C. Philbrick. Burlington Ituuti-. New Through Trains to Portland and Paget Sooni, "The Burlington-Northern Pacific Ex press," a New Daily Through Train from Kansaa City and St. Joseph for Lincoln, Northwest Nebraska, Black Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Washington TacoaiH, Seattle, Pugel Sound and Portland, Oregon, via Billings, Montana the short line and time saver to the Upper Northwest. To Central Mon tana in 43.hours; to the Puget Sound in 70 hours from the Missouri River. Through coaches and chair cars, through tourist sleepers, through din ing car service and standard sleepers This is the main traveled road Missouri river to the Northwest. Naaber 15, Kansas City and St. Joseph to Nebraska, Denver, Colorado, Utah. Pacitio Coast and the Northwest, via Ogden; also to the Northwest Mon tana, Washington, Oregon, via .Lincoln and Billings. Weekly California Excur sions. Nimber23, '-Nebraska-Colorado Ex press," from Kansas City and St. Joseph the latest night train for Nebraska, Colorado. Utah and Pacitic Coast. To the East: Chicago and St. Louis, greatly improved trains in time and equipment. To the North: Best trains daily to Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapolis and the Lake Region. John DnWrrr, L. W. Wakei.ey. D. P. A., Gen. Pass. Agt., St. Joseph, Mo. St. Louis, Mo Vine Hovky, Ag't, Forest City, Mo. TRIAL TBEATMENTB.B.B.FBB E Cures BloodPoison, Scrofula, Eczema Bheumatlsm, and all Blood Troubles. The ItotBDic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) treatment for impure blood and skin disease is now recognized as a sure and certain cure for the most advanced stages of csncer, eating sores, eczema, itching skin humors, scabs or scales, syphilitic blood poison, 9crofuIa, ulcers, persistent eruptions, pimples, boils, aches and pains in bones, joints or back, swollen glands, rising and bumps on the skin, rheumatism or catarrh, or any form of skin or blood diseases. Men, women and children are being cured in every stale by Botaoio Blood Balm for purifying the blood, and expelling the germs and humors from the entire sys em, leaving the skin free from erup tions, and rosy with evidence of pure, rich blood. No euffrrer need longer dispair, help is at hand, no matter how many discouragements you may have met with, Botanic Blood Balm (II. B. B.) cure permanently and quickly To satisfy the doubters we will give to any sufferer a trial treatment absolutely tree so that they mny test this wonder ful remedy. B. B. B. (liotptiic. I Hood Balm) mild by all drug stores with com pltte direction for home treatment for f 1 per large buttle. For free trial treat ment, address Blood Balm Co., S Mitch ell Street, AtUnta. Ou.. and Trial Treat ment will be sent at once. Write lo-dav Describe trouLle, and free medical advice given. Over 3,tXK) voluntary testimonials of cures by uing Blood Balm. Thnioughly tested for .'(0 years. Forest City Newspapers. With the establishing of "The New Century" by II. Boyd A Co.. Forest City has had twelve newspaMrs to start up in ItiHt town. These were: The Monitor, by YanNnttn .V Colvin in K. The Courier, 18T.lt, by A. R. Conk I in. The Sentinel, 18ftl. by Daniel Zook. Missouri Express. lSiSt, by Reynolds ,t Wesson. The Expose. 1MM. by M. C. Reynolds. The Journal, 18(10, by T. II. .t R. A. Frame. The Independent, 18ft), by the How man Brothers The Sun, by II. II. Hoskins, In 1880. The Independent, by a Mr. Hriggs, in 1802. The Record, by Clara Dobyns. in 1807. The Jourml, by A. J. it F. UUh, in 1890. The New Century, by II. Boyd A Co. January r. 1001. NoinconTpnicneord'ttniinii (ram basin-. Syiuj.tixii htmic So. I for men; No. 2 for women'. BLOOD POISON in a" stap ntiMy rurl anilrcinoml fromuV jjtem. VAR I COCE LC rutwl in " l.iys. ItYilrc-li- in 3 ij.iyj. Sirietiip- .-iin-d without oiwratton. minful ort. Jri'ifU' uriiu- cun-J. MeJieui- nt uuJ.t ojvrr, N-ti-r auwerJ iu pl.iin nwlopp. Strirtlj- private an I eiitifjiletiti.it. till IK CM l'Hentof lli-fluii.Mdi.-at tnstinit.-. wa IV na LiU, VlrHLwn r..nu. rl riii-M.;.. h-.vlins si.-tnli'.t. iniirttil uuteof Ituslian 1 H.-im-tt !-:: i' l!M-. ami wa I'.rtiiTly lr .1.1.-ri of m. AmlminN ll.opitit. C0HSULTTI0HfREEVo!ii - c bvl-tr. fi:3 lltmrs: 1'r.mi 10 a. m. t., i:. p. m. unJav moriiiti fnmi II:o to li '.Ji. cMicAfc3 ivie:oicz:ai- institute, .518 Francis St.. ST. JOSEPH. MISSOURI. DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN SAPOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. PilPIII AR PIIRI IP.ATinNX-PnPiiLAR VI Waal-all wwmwniivii w. . has for nearly sixty years been recognized . - th reople Na tional Kamliy NevvspdlK-r, for farmers aa.I villager. Its tpler.illJ AKrlcultural Depart ment. Its rcliaMe market re pnrts. lecognized authority throughout the country: Its THE fashion notes, its s-cience anj Mechanics Department. 1 1 s WEEKLY fascinating short stories, etc.. etc.. rendt-r It IndispenJaMe in TDIDIIilC every family, llrjrular mil. I HlDUNC acriptlon price. 1.00 per year. In Mn.rtlm wOh Th Trihimo V?f nff.r Illustrated weeklies and agricultural Journal?, Kortk American HevieTr. Nerr ort tilr- Harper's Masraslnr. Sen- York I'lly ....... Harper's Uaaar. Sew York City. ........... llarper'a Weekly. 3ew York Clly Century Maajnalne. Sew York Clly.. SI. Mrbolas .Maxaalne. Sen- York Lily Mcl'lnre'a MaKaalne. Sew York.Cily. Frank Leslie's .Monthly. Sew lurk lll... M unary MaKaalne. Sew York Cily Sarceas, S'ew York Clly. Ledger Mouthly. Sew York Clly l'ark. S'ew Y'ork Clly. Jadfte. S'ew Y'ork City. . Leslie' Weekly. Sow York Cily Itevlew of Reviews. Sew York City...... Jiorlbner's MoKnalne. Sew York Clly..... American Aurlcolturliit. Sew York City... Ilurnl Sew Yorker, Sew York Clly f oaniopolltnn .Mncitalne. lrvinctun. S. Y . . Country Urntleman. Albany. S. Y......... 1'nrm Journal, l'hilndelphin. lVnii ...... . l.lnplneott's .tlnemlne. l'hllauVlphia. l'enn Youth Companion. Ilnxlon. .Mom. ...... . Farm and Home. SprlriKtlcld. Mum New I'nslnnd llomcatend. Siirlncflrlcl. Mn I'ood llonekeenlnc. SprinKlteld. Mn.... Farm. Field and Fireside. Chlrnen. 111.... Oranse Juild Farmer. Clilcniro, 111....... F.nltomlat. Indianapolis, lnd ............ . tthln Farmer. Cleveland. Ohio. ........... Mlehliran Farmer. Detroit. Mli-li. ....... . Farm and Fireside. Sprlneflolil. Ohio..... Farm Sews. Sprlnnflclfl. tihio. .......... . Home nnd Farm. I.ontsvlllc. Ky The Farmer. St. Pnul. Minn Trlbnne Almanac. l!Mit Please send cash with order. Thoe wlshlnc to subscribe for more than one of the The Tribune may remit at publishers rcRuIar price. Address Till THE PEOPLE'S HiTIOKAL I II ! I i ll eit I M o ii ,1 a v . 1 Wmn"lv anil , l-ri.iio . i s t ii n alilv a Ii '. ' frli. v t- ry- ; IIi,t-i1:iv l.iil i iiiiC the i.itrt !!! mi lay i'l tui'. .nid rov- i friii:; ni-n of 11m othfcr liir--. ' It ('tiliini :ii I 1 iiiiHiitiint fur ' mil 'ahlt uev . uliii'li apprtf r inTIIK HAIt.Yi TIMI'.r X K of :irit ilati. :ilo . H-Mii'Mi a n it j Knreiirn IVrr" - I "Hndf!ii,..IiorI ; S'ories. Kb-jaiit ' lialf-lonc II!ii. , tnitumt. Hutu - j fimiiH I t f in s . I iiiiliiotrl'fl iiifur- , niatiiin. Fashion , Xlt- Atrleiilt- ' nrnl Mat tor anil ('oiiipnlitit ivf 'and r.-lia - alili Kiliani'i.i t ttptl Market re- j IMirK NEW YORK- Tri-Weekly lN'iriilar ul -viintion prieo . I.W per ear. We fiirnili it uitliTIIK SKX- Xhl. for ;.5u j car. TRIBUNE Semi all orders to THE of material tli.it sate iMi llti mm w mam m wm wr ooneemi and Mir frart'lr house, adrertl ami mU as biKti trrade. We ran f urnba them, however. atai ton pitlii: rr:i t" tuwrempt. We do net misrantee nor reeim inend them. Ill'.Fflltl. I'UDKItt.Ml a hletrlo of any ere elv. no matter who or how etic ci xsrlt e r: a-dhtlis tell vi lu neich vpfunsonui r-n the. nm. machine, if IIU.1DI C In llllV st keel vema' htj nt. Kl:. A lllt'-.i: hydls are URiflSf.C III BUS f 'lirci.l::..r'e r..rl'.n f. t!a nniil(W(Kmwi .ii rarh town foe this piinsis,.. v.. !i.t.,s, rnl!-mti..l lllrIiMioiitst$'I ti riocn.-h: ft' o M-me N:r i Ill It ItKl.t UILITV l4iintM-tia-il. ;i i. I rmllros.letiiiiKiny. Wewill. ihM n l-itef f n :cun viliin ftnnr:jr ' n s iiatiav l wmi iiii'i.,n j. s.., mum o' 5 n 9 The Weekly I.KST ALWAYS REPUBLICAN ALWAYS A."li:H'AX I'olilical Weekly - ix tiii: UNITED Hit .HIM) 1IIUI UUJIl illtlu. oimlllv. o,,,,.,;.!.-,..: ,ii ii... Si X news ami liijIi-jr;iIf citrictit A Few of Its Excellent 5ft Ahlo Kiliturials on Uv Tonirn. v . WVII-Writ'.fii. Original Storiiw. AimwiTs to Ijiifrii'S mi nil niitfjt'itsi '? I"nnvfili Health. 5? m ill. liner v't i nn u it iiii'iiini'i i'l no' iiiiiiii ..i-r mi-.iii ? am! tin Aswx'inti'il Press, uniiii; ii newn servii'f thai w 'fi lutfly uiiMiir:iHkt'il in tlio woiM. 'A ni... ti : t tl 110 ty-Two Papers of Twelve Large Pages tT j)(J?j Jfj ipi.UV As iniifli (iio.l rcnilinn nt :i liirjo niiinniiii. V I Daily Inter Ocean. $4 per year Daily and Sunday. $6 per yr& WhiisfH'Vt'r linn Hiillfrtsl from ile knows how painful nml tniiillistiiiii' tlioy Brt. TnWt'r'H ltiickit l'ilo Oint nienl in Kuarantctil to euro iili-H. I'ritu W ctMitH in Uittlrs. TuU-h. ". cimiIh. For sale liy J. U. J'hill.rick. Nervous Debility! Weakness of Hen! STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, BLOOD POISON and all i'hronic. lilouj. Nrrn.u. ITivalraml Skin li-.ix-of Lnttieie. cum wbt-u otlifM fii!. Book lor Me ontj. FREE at eStc. or km .ilfd for 4 cvnn in stucii. Prompt and Permanent Cures Guarantee to Ben inall form of treat: km. t-t miintaml. iii-rvouinrolniionilencjr unfitnpis for liuinc&. or triatrial. uiil: trick. dimnt m nrtn wt pullUIied en "en. NEW YORK TRl- Cay I I"r. .:'. i tip tt L:e c .y r ttrce d:-a in t .e vt a'.t lrr.pvrt.ict r.' r.srf . fjirr liy.. i'. f trateil. ac.1 t".!ic 1 .i . Uf CCIfl V tS rea5.r.K - nhhniii keep la il.se niniiur ct it-e i niDunc K r K n price, tjl.rt i. to tllOSC Whft .tesirt- to S--ure 11' the ioll-winB fpien.liJ laJun.i l'.csuUr With VVeeUy'. Price Tnl'isrs.-. One Year. One Ye .i. ' ' ' r si.-,.im ts.iii ." . -l.fM -I.Oi l 4.t !. '-' . ..(MI -!." I--' -!. .. !- . :uhi ::.!: ""! . i. : i.r.11 i ".. . I .INI li".", I-1-"-' . l.M( lrt -..-! . I .HO I. Ill i... . i.m !.:. i..v, . S.IN .. .-.." . R.(ui .-..! .:..'.. . 4.IMI !.: '"'. . . :wh ::-"! :- . l.(M I.-S I" . 1.00 i:.i . l.fMi lT. I.--' . j.tit i.. " i Jtl: 1." . n.iM :um f i . . . ... -,tl I .III !.." . . 1.M 11 I ' . i.h) i.fK . l.OO l.tht I.' .' . I.IM I-" J?M l.'M ..-i . xx. Mi i.t:t (.". .SO l.ttlt I'M -.U l.fhl ..: -.( l.tlll !..-.! . -'it !.: i.r.o . l.iu l.tlf above put licallonH in conni-ctl.tn TIUUISK. Sew-Y'ork Citv FAMILY NEWSPAPER. I'lltililled o n Tluirday. a n it known for n-iir-Iv ity ear in ferv itfirt of the I'lliled Stateo.- a National Fain tly Xev.oap e r of the highest eta, for fann er, troiil-tin all the most im portant uenerM new- of Til K DAILY TIMII t'XK il to tiniir ot go ill): to ptes, an Acrt f'llliiral Depart me n I of thr highest onler. Iiasflitertaituni: r t a it 1 n i f nt errv ineiiihei ! the family . dd ami o.nc. Market IJejwrt lilrh are ar repleil as a Ii -t Ii o r i t V 1) far in t r anil country' iner rhant". and i -e 1 e a ii . up to date, intereslliie and Instructive. Ileenlnr iih eriptton price. l.ot ieryear. We fiirtii.h It with TIIK SBX TIVKI.lor jM-rjear. NEW- YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE SENTINEL, Oregon, Mo. ,y .!iij-,:r.vWr WITHOUT A GEfff tH AVi'SCL oWJ US YQVH CHUCR9 a:rhftvr , ). .TmS 111m 11 klll.bl V, U UU njIrf.t Bl, i.I IJ J I'll It IT- t'.lQ a- tt aim.ifL It lu:l. !Tfort ju ni t IU If ii i nt ull diitt:M.ui n;i claim fur It, am u It tier wliwl tlMii yon ran m l for at y 1 1 1 nr 1!m i.rt:t from onT one rI-. rrfn - H ami c will ar alt i-xiT-r- rhar,w .mr.i... Th '.'MCKTROSE" Bcyzim en al our Special Acrnt's sample prlco ot v ffT -J-' I the uTt'stejii inr.iln In a Mcjrle evi r offrml. We imsrsnteeit etnsl tusiiy tlh'etOf: tUe in.nrRCt.Khd 3u neeil not s.TlCHlitrriTS rent If jro di not !Ir.t It wo rvpi i ut. 'Ve re i"At' LI MI YE 11IC Vt'L M.V"I FACT! ItKIp and taLo this nwthxd 'f lUleL.Ir Intrudueiim ouriyOO itOIIKI.si. Thl. oirrr r s MniilewlierlstuilslowprleaU marie toseeoro a7DCrf AGE AT Tin eschtown torepmcntaa and take onl-n. tlnrairentsnisW ruhm-j fast. CKPinniTlflltC Kime.is.siortlnehs ladles. Inch. Best drbbiriUJIIIUrlds su. ll.r rmml-tniiniciliti Mriml coiuvee tlon. fln?h J"lr.t, lntprovetl ekinmlrr deiii-e tu fasten prat post and handle Iwr: lteya'.Atrhcrusn: tlierrlrlratISIalalnitMandnanfrer tho ea.HTt ninntntr knnwii; Itreord Atlres. ftte l-rtt and onetCthr moKt eiiene tin-. on theinarkt t. The irenutne Mralscer Hisrlesla addle; ,Uli, t...HlKt ais-i .rlr the l.it ul.taliuh4r. KnuM-lnllri tilark. manoii erciwrli irrvvn. hUliljr llnlIil anil omamentedi p;welal Hnl.lift nli'Li-lli if on all liriirht lnrt- We tnirtmi2hlrtiitvrrTi.tva (rem Into this machine. Our kladlss sear's traar. rarh l.l. Trle. frpjEC to any one wnoinir ine sifUMirsn in run im orarrwe will rHCC fn.l fns. a irentlltte llapdla.k loom mile liafnl Iwtlm rTrl(k .meter: era hlli RTSdedoorpunip. Yourntonejralllaiclclf jouarenot perfectly ratwul. nsasrsBJ taflJEaTI f6 no ao not mannianurw me enrap aeimr WllEJIr IlliCCLws mentitoreklndorsbeeKsnehasmanr new -r.':.M It M w HITi.l.- t "irv. vhloh s ' i . iji. . : ; Inter Ocean lVr e.ir STATES lilcr.it iii'l' Literary Features Are: rlilrs n llim Topuw, u Xmv it . .i i .!. .1. . t , ltiHki. iinil mi Work in the Katm anil t innli'ii. . AIm Slmrt Slfirii-Mtif City t.itV, of Arm l.ifo. of Lite Kirrt ultvri' ..r t... I uir.... V...... Ir. ........ Tlii moxt sHitliiiiK'. lionliin; ami nnti scptii iiiplii'ntioii rver itevisoil is IV Witt s Witi-h Haxi-I S.iKt. It rt'lit-vts at nii'tMiliil t'tirtu pili1, sore, ei-zeinn nntl skin iliscnrM. Itevvnro of iiiiitntiunn. C. O. Pruiit! ami S. W. Aiken. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. MeHnaU or Metesee. Lastraace. Literature. Mnslr. Art. Eloeatlsa. Srml. Sal ona, atMsrtsaaa, Typwwrlllav. . An eTeittni.e-ininnxtiouwell arranired.wer tilted iul'iiipj. Me. i ami somen admitted on equal -eruis. Th-rni:n irfc lu all deiannient of ihef-olieirs Kfiiceiii family, laieaiton misuri,,,d f tsra111" iii!ih ami t-aiilv. Itaanlln- In ur irate famine .hi h i awful uivrr!iiun to health and wtrsl. Kiifiie '. K.r fatalosne and lurther Infor--nall.Mi. ail.:r. fisiit,!. Ciiuimian Cil.LUiS aiiauT. M-. VA$HQ70?S UNiVtRSITY j. uirxi. ini"vttTiiEvr. . 'I. I .MhTi .Vn.l-il i'Dt-fPTML) rii:, st.tii',vti iiU -.. Ut rlinia-jii f; a iUCs-; titr rile" fTtismafr-. .'. u. 1 1 a i ; a. . tr.Tl. IiI-rVRTMrST. I .""t r;m;,-l liUit iisa. Ijut- rlimcat fV .tiiiit-. i!ms t-tr' rt.r. S a i'- ttisMiat t4r it "vri;iu:rilitliifWtti, .-ilir"lt' !:tTr lUturd. BAKE IF FOREST CITY, FOKEST CITY, MO. Established 1873. Transacts a general banking btiainer. Drafts issued. Rood in all parts of l be United States. Foreign drafts issued at current rater. Deposits received, payable ondemai.ii. Usual rate of interest allowed lin, left for a specified time. Rusinees in our line respectfully folii-- ted. C. D. Zook, Ai.ukkt Rorckf.r. President. Casliirr. O.L. Ccmmins, Assistant Cashier. The ltiknifooiery SBoeeker BANKING COMPANY, OREGON. : : MISSOURI. KsTABI.ISIIKl 1HTI. The oldest Hank in the county. Tram acts h general bunking business. Inter est paid on time deponites. Drafts i-old on nil the principal cities of the country nnd Europe. Have mndespecial arrarcr mentsto collect money dae from estates in foreign countries. The account of Farmers. Merchants and individuals re spectfully folicitrd. Special rare given to any business intrusted to us. telephone, No. 12. Daniki. Z.ciimas, C. J. Hl!t, President. Cashier. S.O. Zaciimas. Assistant Cashier. tbs mis' mi OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000 Transacts a general banking busineea. Interest paid on deposits left for speci fied time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Col lections made and promptly remitted. DinncTonsr-S. F. O'Fallon, Samel Davidson. Daniel Zachman, J.A.Kreek. Telephone, Xo. 43. G. W. MURPHY, Attorney - at - Law, CRAIG, MO.. Will practice in all courts. Commer cial business a specialty. Office over merchants' Jk Farmers bank. J.G.WALKER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Elmgrove, P. 0. F0RIES, M. Special attention to diseases of women nnd private diseases. IVAN BLAIR, Attorney at Law. Dffice over Citizens Bank, Oregon, Mo J.T.THATCHER . D Homoeopatbist and SurgcoB. "OFFICE OVER MOORE & SEEHAM. Special attention given to 0RIF1CIAL SURGERY ail ITS RELATION TO CHRONIC DISEASES OREGON. - - MISSOURI Telephones Residence. 18; Office,?. C. W. LUKENS.D.D.S. Dental parlors over Moore JtC'a tore, Oregon, Mo. All the latest im proved methods and appliances in use PRICES REASONABLE I FRED MAMLAND. D. D. 8. Parlor, east side of ntjutfre, ne(t dwr toretidenie.lret;n,Mi. 'I'beverj latest iiuprovfHl ititittioils nml appliuncvs. All work first clasti and satisfaction guar anttvd. CharKesreasouable. FREIGHT AND TRANSFER LINE. WT SEEMil, PROPRIETOR. Oregon, -' Missouri- PETREE BROS., Attorneysat Law. Oflice up ntairs in Vanllusktrk liuildinK OreKou. Mo. rVM. KAUCHER. J. P. Pension Business a Specialty. Ortlceover .achman's Grocery 8tor . . . OREGON, MO. The iiroiH'rtir of ltallartl'a Snoar Lin. intent i-st a ranfro of usefulneaa urrater than anv other remedv. A dav M-ltloin pasxf- in every household, ea ieciiilly whetv there are children, that it is not needed. Price, 'S and 50 cent. For aalo by J. C. Philbrick.