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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 3 January 1868

"ft "5. ' rat t!MV ,a'.oHnbionir'!" - tit I M ' vVOiLME III. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1868. NUMBER 26. pit, (Eountn Sentinel. (WEEKLY.) ' ''' ' IDITID AMD rtlDUSIlID UT CHAS. W. BOWMAN. . OREGON, 110LT COUNTY. MO. OFFICE "SiNTiMit Ddildino," opposite the f urnuuro store or waiters lierrcs. 8ddicbiptiox, TWO DOLLARS Pkb Annum. A Convention of old maids is to bo held at Little Rock. Ark., "to train a true knowledge ol too nature and attri ' butes of men." Matrimony is the short est road to the knowledgo they are in search of. Nbd SnuiER thus exolaihed his rea son for wearing his stockings with holes rather than have them darned. "A hole," said ho, "may be the accident of a day, and will pass upon ttao best gen tleman ; but a darn is premoditated poverty." Whiskrbs. With whiskers thick up on my faoe, I wont my fair to seo ; she teld me she oould never wed a 6 ear faced chap like me. I shaved them clean, then called again, and thought my troubles o'er ; Bho laughed outright,...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 3 January 1868

rolf Gtomtg Sentinel, FRIDAY MOUNINO, JAN. 8, I8CS. Wi: liuvo the protniso of n bones of communications from Florida, the first of which will npponr next week. NOTES. Tim Republican Conventions of Geor gia and Louisiana linvo unanimously nominated Oliaso for President. There is a prospect Mint the M. S. M. bounty bill will soon bo taken up by Congress. It is thought that a strong effort for tlw fialo of tho Pacific Railroad of this State, will ho made at tho coming ses sion of thn Legislature The committee appointed at tho Grant Mass meeting at Cooper Institute, of which A. T. Stewart is chairman, has adopted a circular lotter recommending business men throughout tho cbuntry, irrespective of party, to organize for the purposo of supporting Grant for President. Judge Bustked, of the U. S. Dis trict Court of Alabama, was shot on tho 28th ult., by a man named Martin, un der indictment for vovonuo frauds. The shooting took place in front of the cus tom house, at Mobile. Tho Judge's woun...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 3 January 1868

i - bropron, MIhhoui;!. , i t -- "' 1 FRIDAY M0RK1N0, JAN. '3, 1868. : i Yorj con got' Ladies' and Gents' Lamb-lined Shoos a,,OABiLK & Lku ilEn'S. A fine 'aflot,tncnt' haBdf ' THR fourth .quarterly m6eting,;'of Or i egon, Circuit, .Vriilqibo Held intho,M. ; E'Oharch', n., Orcg'($, Jan', JjUjfh 'and 12thrl868. Public ervico"s, Saturday, 'jit'll a. M. nnd7p, E Quarterly Con fcroncofc Saturday 81st. ; Lovo .feafet, -i foP.foji' ,. r. f County' "Cpokz,me on Wednesday, andrreoeired .the asBesitnont list from Asaessoflnghram, after wKich, and tho disposal of Bomo other. businoss of min or importance, it adjourn'dd to tho first jionaay,.in jjcuruary rcguiur leriu. The basement of the' M. E. Church has at last been plaBtcred, apd is noW neatand oomfortabl'o. "Sflrrico Was held thord last Sunday, and prayer meetings aro belpg"hcjd in.it nightly. 'Considerable interest is manifested in the prayer meetings. ' itifcsicAU Aivb'iiitAitf Aticf Tho Alleghanians gavo a conceit at this placo last...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 3 January 1868

V FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. i rnoa CoNTMBtJTIONS roil THIS CEPAltTME.NT I tiii nnornmnooD will de oiumct.LT curtn. 7. A iew more names will bo received on our club to tho National Krcemnson, The club price is $3 ; singlo copy rates A 84. THE A. AND A. S. RITCHEPLV TO BRO. ALBERT PIKE. 2. It is opposed to tho well under stood principio of York M tsonry which intorferos with no man's religious belief or political faith. It is opposed to tho existunco of Grand Lodges, pronounces them nuisances," and struggles in its very first degree to break them down and to bring the whole of Masonry un der ono Grand Hierarchy. 8. It is political in its character, and is founded upon tho wild agrarian prin ciples of tho French Revolution of 17 9o, and declaredly espouses tho causa of nil revolutionise against govern ments that aro not founded upon radic al 'democracies. Ilenco it is the only so-called Masonic Rito that has come under tho ban of sovereigns during the last century. 4. Being semi-religious i...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 10 January 1868

.1.1 'J iV.cl-", ' I. ; vf . VOLME III. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1868. .NUMBER 27. i (WEEKLY.) XDITKD AND PUnMSUF.D 11 T CHAS. W. BOWMAN OREGON. HOLT COUNTY. MO. OFFICE "Scntikil Huiidino," opposite lh furniture sloro or Walters & Utrrcs. Scdsghiptioks, TWO DOLIiAItS I'm Anndm WOULDN'T TAKE TWENTV DOL LARS. Some woegish students of Yalo Col- log a few yean ainco wore regaling themselves one evening at tbe "Ton tine," when an old farmer from the country entered tho room, taking it for a bar-room, and inquired if he could obtain longing there. The young chaps immediately an svrered in the affirmative, inviting him to take a glass of punch. The old fel low, who was a shrewd Yankee, saw at once that be was to be made tbe butt of their jests, but quietly taking off his hat and tolling a worthless Httl dog be bad with him to lie wider his chair, be took a glass of the proffered beverage. The students anxiously inquired after the old man's wife and children, and the farmer...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 10 January 1868

gjott fitamtg Sentinel, Horace Grcoloy remarks : "To put a goou, cuicicnt journal in tho hands of every man who will road it, is tho true motlo of prosecuting a political canvnss; meetings and speocbes aro well cnouli, Our pollti Orutfuiii ailHHourl." PRIDAV MOHNINO, JAN. IP, 1SC3. n.iuicAii iiini:Tii. Whereas, it is generally reported thai h,ut this is indisnensiblo." lion. Ira 0. Buzick contemplates tho ca friends in this county, and in tho establishment of a court ot common picas in and for Holt county, Mo. during tho coming session of tho Mis souri Legislature, therefore, wo, tho un do earnestly request tho Radical votcrfl of Holt county, Mo., to mcot at tho Stato at largo should act upon this sug gcstion, It is not only recommended by tho N. Y. Tribune, but by various other leading journals. It is tho wis dom of observation and experience. Every township central committco should make it their immediate SCO Uourt-Jiousoinurcgononmourstmon- busincS9 t0 BC0 tlmt 110W8niincrg day i...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 10 January 1868

f fltt tfountn ri.tinct. Oroffou, Missouri. FRIDAY MORNING:, JAMi 10, 18C8. No. 1 Iowa flour at II. 0. Souultib's. On Thursday morning Iho mercury BtoocLfivo degrees below zero at this place. Found on tho Btroet, a small bundlo of gingham. Owner will call for samo at this office Tun Herald ropcrts that construe tion trains now run noorly threo miles ou tho St. Jo. & 0. B. R. R. Tub Leader of tho Oregon M. E Church Choir requests a full attendance of tho members at tho Church this (Fri day) owning. -i m n i N A good supply of School Books and Stationery just received at B. F. Pot tea's, Post office Building, Oregon, Missouri. 27-lt Thk fourth quarterly meeting, of Or cgon Circuit, will bo held in tho M. E. Church, at Oregon, Jan. 11th and 12th, 1808. Public services, Saturday, at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. ; Quarterly Con ference, Saturday 8 r. m. ; Lovo feast, Sunday 9, A. m. ii.i . The St. Joseph Union of last Satur day announces that Jambs T. Beach has romovod his office- from tho U...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 10 January 1868

gfaW Bount$ Sentinel, Oregon. MiHMQitrl. FniUAV "mOHSINO. JAN. 10, 18CS. HOTSS FARM. PllACTICAL lIOCJKKKr.I'Ml", I.MlWCItS, IIOItTt- cntftmtsrs, an stock bukkheii", Ann r-AitTio CLARLT ItKQCKStKU TO CU.NIIHUUTK AIltiCLEt fOn THIS DKPARTMKNT. Tilers. Oregon, Mo., Nov. 29th, 1807. Mr. Editor : A9 the subject of grow ing fruit trees is attracting much atten tion in our new and compiirutively in experienced county, 1 wieh to cull at tention of our tree growers to a fact or two. Every man who goes to setting out trees hero, gets a set of instruc tions, cither verbal or printed, to gov- om him in thu business. Now the point which I make is this : all tho rules and instructions wo get arc tho result of ex perience, derived from tree-growing in soils and climates very different from our own. Wo aro in tho habit of adopting tho rules without consid ering tho vast diffcrenco between our soil and cliroato and that of other rc gions. Wo aro told that whon we "plant our trees, wo should cut off ...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 17 January 1868

C (MA f L i fill VOLME III.', OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1808. NUMBER 28. SIS M fait Counts '9 rittael (WEEKLY.) EDtTKl) A Nil ri'llt.lslltl) DT OHA8. V. BOWMAN. OREGON, HOLT COUNTY. MO. OFFICE "Sentinki. IIl-iliumo," opposite tho Furniture store of Walters & llcrrcs. SuiuouinioNB, TWO DOLLARS l'na Annum. KiXDixquimus. Cousin Koto was a Bweot, widcawako beauty of about sovontoou, and slio took it into hor hoad to go down on Long Is land to soo somo rotations of hers who bad tho rnisfortunoto livotbero. Among these relations thoro chanced to bo a young swain who had scon Koto on u firevious occasion, and seeing, foil doop y in lovo with her. Ho called at tho houso on tho orcning of her arrival, and ho mot him on tho piazza, wbero sbo was enjoying tho evening air in compa ny with two or threo of hor friends. Tho poor fellow was so bashful that hi could not find his tqnguo for somo time. At length he stammered out : "How's your mothor ?"' 'Quite well, thank you." Another...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 17 January 1868

jP.J (jfolltttj) frtitiiwt, Orosron, MlsHouri. FRIDAY M0UN1N0, JAN. 17, 18C8. ItADICAL. MEETING. Whereas, it is generally reported that Hon. Ira 0. Buzick contemplates the establishment of a court of common .pleas in and for Holt county, Mo., during tho coming session of the Mis souri legislature, thereforo, we, tho un dersigned, citizens of Holt county, Mo., do earnestly request the Radical voters of Holt county, Mo., to meet at the Court-house in Oregon on the first Mon day in February next, for the purpose of recommending somo suitable person for Judge of said court. SOLOMON LEIIMER, GEO. M 'INTYRE, Wm. KAUCUEU, W. B. DAVIS, E. L. ALLEN, J. B. CURRY. NKWS ITEMS. The President has sent to tho Scnato tho nomination of Edward B. Mcl'hcr son, for Receiver of public money ut Boonvillc, Mo. Tho Senato on tho 7th passed tho IIouso bill abolishing tho tax on cotton, with tho amendment, howiivor, that tho suspen sion of tho tax should continuo but ono year. Mr. Stanton has been reinstated...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 17 January 1868

frit tfom.tn rutinrl. Or oaron, Missouri. FIUDAY MORNING, JAN. 17, 1808. No. 1 Iowa flour nt H. G. Sohulth's. Tub firt snow, worthy of account, fell on Monday afttrnoon and night. Tlio ground is covered to the depth of about fivo inches. Tho weather einco above dato has been mild. A nkw piece of music from the 'Wcs tcrn Depot' it on our table, entitled "llobin and I words by Mrs. S. 0. Eaqnt, music by GF.oitott H. Bitiaos. It has a beautifully illustrated titlo page, and reflects credit on tho publishers, Messrs. P. L. lluvuxr & Son, Si. Jo seph. Price 60 ccuts. FEJLMEL. OUT. Having obtained tho necessary en dersers, Fbaski, was enabled to givo bond on last Friday, and was again per toittcd to removo his baggage henco from his hotel and from tho (to him doubtless,) distracted town. We believs he wrote no farowell ode, thinking prob ably that his owed to the landlord would suffice to immortalizes his departure cinciiiT COURT. A special term of the Holt County Circuit Court has bo...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 17 January 1868

Oregon, iJLiHHonri. "' Friday morning, 'jan. n, tecs. CONIHIBITIONS rOIl THIS DEPAUTMCMT lilOM the DnftutcniiooD will hk onATKri'LLr ng CEtvr.p. PiiocEi:nicis of jimxi i.oimji: A Tow printed copies of the proceed ings of tho 47th annual communication of tho M. V. Grand Lodgo of Missouri onvo been distributed to the different Lodges throughout tho State. Tho ro port is very elaborate, and will prove of valuo for its statistics, if nothing more. It, however, contains other matter of interest to tho Craft in the State, not tho loaBt of which is tho excellent ad dress of Grand Master J. D. Vincil, from which wo extract tho following for tho benefit of our brethren, earnestly recommending its perusal : Touching the state and condition of Masonry in this jurisdiction, much might bo said. If I wcro to give uttcrnnco to alt :hat perhaps ought to bo said, I should exhibit tho alternating emotions of joy and sorrow that have crowded my naturo tbo past term. Joy nt tho improved and elevated to...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 24 January 1868

if a 3 VOLME III. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2d, 1808. NUMBER 29. Sill film (WEEKLY.) XD1TKD AND rUDLI9IIBI BY OHAB. W. BOWMAN. OREO ON, HOLT COUNTY, MO. OFFICE "Ssntinil Building," opposlto tbo Furniture (tore of WnHers & Bcrrcs. BunionirriONi, TWO DOLLARS Pirn Annum. A STRANGE CAT. Tat Malonoy, better known by tho name of father Fat, on returning from work 'one evening, was met at tho gato bj Biddy, his .bettor half, in a high Btato of excitement. "Pat," says she, "thoro's a strange cat in the cabin." "Gait her out, thin, don't bo bother ing me about tho baste." "Faix an' Pvo been etrivin' to do that for the matter of ten minutes past, but she is beyond my racho, behint tho big red chist in tho corner. Will yez be after helpin' mo d'hrivo her out Pat?" ."To bo shuro I will. ,Bad luck to tho bonsato sho has for me houso ; show her to me Biddy, till I tache her tho re spect that's due to a man in his own house to bo takin' possession without as much as bo your lavo tho th...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 24 January 1868

Oregon, MlHHourl. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 24, 1808. We send out several extra copies this week to persons who are not subscribers. Those who receive them will please consider them selves invited to become subscribers. "We ask you to carefully examine this number, and if you are iriendly to home institu tions, ana wisn to en- 1 1 courage tnem, sena m your name. See an nouncement of enlarg- ment and terms, below. THE SEJSTINEIi AND THE CAM. I'AIW.Y. The publisher takos ploasuro in be ing abio to inform his friends and tho patrons of tho Holt County Skntinbl that tho paper will bo enlarged with tho beginning of the new volume. It will remain for tho Radicals of tho county to Bay whether its circulation and influ ence shall not also bo greatly extended. Notwithstanding tho expense attending tho contemplated enlargement and im provement of tho paper, tho subscrip tion pricowill remain tho samo. Friends, say a good word for us to those who are not patronB. Induco your neigh bora to try tho p...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 24 January 1868

Ptt 4fwmtg Suited, OroKOU) Missouri. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 24, 18C8. RADICAL MEETING. Whereas, it is generally reported that Hon. Ira 0. Builek oontemplatos the establishment of a court of common pleas in and for Holt county, Mo., during the coming session of the Mis souri Legislature, thcreforo, ho, the un dersigned, citixons of Holt county, Mo., do earnestly request tho Radical voters of Holt county, Mo., to meet at the Court-house in Oregon on the first Mon day in February next, for tho purposo of recommending some suitable person for Judge of said court. SOLOMON LEHMER, GEO. MoINTYRE, Wm. KAUCHER, W. B. DAVIS, E. L. ALLEN, J. B. CURRY. Local oows of importance to the public, from different parts of thecoun tv. if forwarded promptly to this office will be paid for. Am You Satisfied To pay for pound of Saleratus and only get 11 or 15 ounces T if not, then buy Best Chemical Saleralut. Castlb & Lbhmer continuo to supply tho general demand for Boots, Shoes, Over-shoes, Gaiters, Sl...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 24 January 1868

Oroiroii, axiHHouri. FRIDAY MORNING, JAM. 21, I8CS. I'BAOTICAL HOCSIKIirEnj, FARMERS, 1IORTI' CCITCR1SIS, AND HOCK BREEDERS, ARE PARTIC ULARLY REQUESTED TO CONTRIBUTE ARTICLES TOR THIS DEPARTMENT. FARMKUS' GXUItS. CosmnifTioNs rou this department rnox TUK llllOTIIGRIIOOD WILL DE ORATErULtT RE-CtlVKIl. Meeting, 'Oregon Lodge, Mo. 139, moots on tho first Monday and third Saturday of oaeh month. ,Keytone II, A. Chap tor. U. D., mseti on tbt fourth Saturday of each month. i . (DISCOVERIES W .JERUSALEM. Tbo London Times publishes an, in- rjIHE RATIONAL FREEMASON An Illustratod wookly, Is tho loading Masonio Ppor' of 'the United States; circulating orer tho entire country, and In London, Paris,. and othcrforclgn ports. This WEEKLY embraces sixteen pages : each numoor containing tuo mio anu ainoeiiiiucu with rortralt of some.aistinguiinoaiMason. It contains J" Sketches', Poetry, " . Stories, , I f ' '' Disquisitions, . Family Attielee, News, " Jurisprudence, Ami RotiIIm to Correspondents. ...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 31 January 1868

1 1 VOLME III. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1868. NUMBER 30. I (WEEKLY.) CMTKO AND PUDLlflimi) T CI1A8. V. 13 OWMAN. OREGON, J10LT COUA'Ty. MO. OFFICE Sintimri. IIuildino," opposite tho Furniture sloro of Walters & Ilcrrc. BuDtoRiPTiONR, TWO DOLLARS 1'rr Annum. MATRIMONIAL Fklicities. Somo wag with a poetical turn gives us the old story of tho difficulty between tho husband and wife, in tho following lines : A couple mt bcildo tho firo Debating which should first rotlre; Tho husband poiltlrely said, "Wife you snail go anu worm tno oou. "I never did," the quick replied ; "I did so once, and nearly died." "And I will not I" rejolnod tho spouso, With firmer tons and lowering brows. And thus a war of words arose, Continuing until thoy nearly frozo ; When both grow mute, and horcring nlgher, Around tno faintly glimmering lire. They trembled o'er tho dying embers, As though nguo had seized their merabors, Resolved, like, heroos, novcr to yield, liut foroe each other from tho ...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 31 January 1868

pit (SEmmtg gtMntl Oregon, MlHHQurl. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 81, 1808. THE SBTIKIi AND THE CAM In order to givo tho Sentinel the greatest possible circulation during the campaign, wo havo concluded to ottor it at tho followinc roduccd or, campaign rates : From March 1st to Doc. 1st. 1808. (ami lit all coming In sooner) ono copy $1 00 Clubs of ton and upwards, each. 80 - Rnhsorlntionn must in all enses bo ac- w, 1 m comnanied by tho cash. Address, withhrua8ury "0P"m" buio or orders, or for further information, .CUAS. W. BOWMAN, Editor and Publisher, Oregon, Mo. NEWS ITEMS. The Spanish Minister of War has ordered 50,000 American brcech-load- ing rifles. Dispatches by the cablo report that tho Austrian army is being placed in n condition to tako tho tielu. Geo. Fuanois Train "has beon ... n i t. . I loasea rrom coinnomoni oy mo nutaor- ifinn of flnrk. in other words tho eras has . - o beon uncorked. lato robbery ot tuo Uounty ireasury, at Gallatin, was sentenced to twenty-fivo yoars in th...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 31 January 1868

Ooj?on, Missouri. FRIDAY MORNLNG, JAN. 81, 1808 , RADICAL. MEETING. Whereas, it is goneralljr reported that Hon.- Ira 0. Bazick conlomplatca the establishment of & court of common plow in and For, Holt county, Mo., during tho coming session of tho Mis souri Lcgifllaturo, therefore, wo, tho un dorsigned, citizens of Holt county j Mo., do earnestly request tho Radical voters of Holt county, Mo., to moot at tho Court-houso in Oregon on tho first Mon day in February next, for tho purposo of recommonding somo suitable person for Judge of said court. SOLOMON LEHMEJl, GEO. MoINTYRE, Wm. KAUOHER, W. B. DAVIS, E. L. ALLEN, J. B. CURUY. A RKautAR term of County Court commences next Monday. Local news of importanco to tho public, from difforont parts of the coun ty, if forwarded promptly to this offico trill ho paid for. Castle & Lisiimer coutinuo to supply tho general demand for Boots, Shoes, Over-shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, etc., at their usual low prices. tf She the advertisement in a...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Holt County sentinel. — 31 January 1868

putt fltomrtj Sentinel Orotfon, jMUHMoiirl. FIUDAYm"oRXINo7 JAN. 31, 1809. 1'baoiiual BousBKKr.rens, rAiuiEns, horti- OOLTUMSTS, ASIt STOCK DUKEIIKBS, AM! I-AIHIC-VtAllLT nqUETKU TO CONTRIBUTE ARTICLES TOIl THIS lir.PAHTMKflT. CKOSSINtt niTIIjTHK IHJI't'AI.O. Horo ia a suggestion for our Western stock growers to net npon : Mr. Robert Wicklift", of Lexington, Ky., crossed his stock with tho buil'ulo. Iluvinc obtuined n fino thrce-minrtcr buffalo bull, ho bred his cows to him for several years, llo found tho quarter bloods to bo larccr than cither parent made excellent beef, hardy, long-lived oxen, with great strength and activity ; and, though ho did not test tho milking qualities or tiio cows, no tounu mat ineir 1 . ' . t .1 . C . calves uiai ran wim mo cows uio mi ter than thoso of the common stock. Mr. James P. Swain, of Bronxvillc, N Y., had a half-breed cow, which ho lately killed, and tho editor of tho Agncultu rist dined upon tho beef, and pronounced it sunerior to tho common ...

Publication Title: Holt County Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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