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OKEGOK, MISSOITRI, FEHY, DECEMBER 24, 1880.
There are Hundreds
of good children in Holt county who
are no doubt anxiously awaiting mv
eoimnr, bat I havn't the time to call on
nil ami deliver their present, so I just
jcil uieni wun
I-orest City, for distribution. Yon can
jnst take Old banta s word for it, tliev
nave tiie choicest assortment 4)f Holiday
..wumjcih 2MBi un iu mat sec -
r ....:.:...; .... t: a .
inii;. j m uon mm uusiniuie loyii, lliuy
iwnc manimoiu siock 01 ui'autiliil
Wagons Carls, Work Boxes, China
up ami Saucers. Vase. rhotoTanh
Albums, etc. Our Uuo of '
&1nS P! ItlO nimQn4o
mtiCiuMi SHO&l UtiiUJIlO
is the largest without doubt in Holt
county. Our nriees vorv low.
keep only standard instruments.
'""'"5 uuk our unmenso sioetc o
J ins isn't bombast; It u truth. You
can get an overcoat at Ira Peter's for
Jess money than you ever did before.
OUR STOCK OV
'c.,-rmist be Closod.out before our an
nual invoice. We cannot afford to car-
r iiicm over, t all and get prices at
xicrauuerger oc jinuersous,
The finest assortment of silk band
kerchief, and Ties fur ladies anil Gents,
at Grahain & Frame's, Maitland.
' ' QETrYOUR 4
At Ileinbjtrt, Blum's. Tfccy hare the
S.n,sf-U JVSforwnent of Candies
broughi to Oregon.
ow that -ymas is sti close upon-
.... ...... 0W W uu LUllbt:
i-"nteiiip!at-as.A,ii)g Hie purduL of
aimies, nut ar,, Uniamental
Confections, should remember that I
nave, without dimbt.- the rjargest stock
ever brought to Occgoif, it Ucnmplete
in every detail. I mnstsellT.hu rfnp!.-
jind to'do so'f have pl.Kcil pflficjs within
the reach of both rich and poor. Call
I WfiULD EXPLAIN
to all th parents of nJt- county, that
thev cannot bring peace Jand joy into
their households without visiting T is
Jlindesjstore-aud purcJiasihg an xmas
present for' the" littloS'imes and your
Avifo, sister, swect-hcarynd . all your
Ford & Smith,
Of Forest City, iio., are offering sri
cH:".int line of Misses' and Ladies1 Furs
nt Cost, aud they have greatly reduced
the price on Orercoati. Give them a
Your girl would pop the question
right to you if jon would buy. her some
thing nice from thcyplendid assortment
of present goods at Graham" & Frame's,
islicrebvgiven'bythe undersigned, to
aU tiarfiesowinffUs, to call and seUle
thcif accounts by
c-tiliM hv that time thftv will be . ulaced I
in the hands of Rlio itroper omccr ior
F &G. Skkman.
" A FARfOR
, f dcsiretoftltay farm oflSO acres;
70 acres in taragrassy bAlanco under
cultivation. Good vll and cistern ;
plenty ofT stock water; abundance of
timber; young orchard of 250- bearing
rees; one-and-a-lialf miles Southeast of
Newyoint. Call tro or'.addre'fa' M S.
Wodie, New Point, Holt coifnt-. Mo."
of Dress Goods, Nubias, Iloods, Silk
Handkerchiefs. Hoods, Tip, Shawls,
etc., is very, coviplets and' cheap. Ve
would caU'vour atteniion to our line of
CASH M 3S
ii all the fashionable eolors, at roduccd
prices. Ourtock of Calipees is vory
comjdate. . 1HA Peter.
.Nowtha! Christmas itf near, before (
,V'V, CA ',' i, aL
DuyinRyour prc-.cir j ;i v"g"-
the oleg:in(,'sfock' o'f . Jiof iitti ricKids' a
lias made his appearance at KeinbaV
Twenty-five hundred dollars to
loan, in sums to suit, by T. C. Dusgan,
A merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year to every reader of the Sen
tinel. Christianity says remember the
poor before you spend all your Christ
mas money. Fashion says lavish our
Christmas money on our own families
and let God provide for the poor.
A teacher to take charge of tho
second department of tke Hopkins
public school is wanted. Applications
tor tnc position can be made until Jan
uary 2, 1881.
Any father who wishes to make
bis daughter perfectly happy can do so
) mating her a preseat of that ne
i " ' ,u JU,
1 urfan tun iinMnnr ii..- t.o.. t
Call' on thcm.orer Sehultc Bros.
store, and sre it.
, t""S". pnuiisncu in
tu'"'"n. 01 me unniitmas en-
tcrtamment in the Presbyterian clmrcli
" Cnday)evoing.,It w.llbe a highly
""cresting atlair and everybody ouht
0 llJere nIJ ii cents admittance
Mr. Daniel Cheney b'f "tliis citv was
marrjemast ridy evening to Miss
uiara joraon, at the lesidence of tf.n
bride' parents in St. Joseph, Mo. Tho
BtNTixEL extends congratulations and
welcomes the Beautiful and hanov
, i . ....
unaero a liome in the Orchard Citv
Of two men of equal abilitv. tint
oucnnois. determined to succeed al
ways succeeds, white, the one who ferns
he may fail always fails. Tho rcat
ccret is illustrated bvthe storrnf 'iu
Ts'i- . -". '
msnuian wno was alwavs in -a fiirl.t
'BUt how can ho fight." said one of
the more timid kin, "when he oaly
nas one nrmr" "Hiess nmr
was the quick rejoinder,itmay be that
Tim has only one arm, but whenever
no gets into a real god fi
gets all about that."
An Exchange says: Wc wish to
warn publisher against these "ridiua-
saws" that arc being offered for ad
vertising. A man tits straddle of
anil vlrVn I.To i
1, - n.t .,J At.. . .
MU Ut oun, wuicii sianus up-.
ngur, cuts a log. An editor up north
took one on advertising, and in tryineJ
t- seil it to .a lambermaa irot on to
show how jt worked, but he got on the
wr"ngsidc and tho saw ripfcd fiTni
Ull from (io.m'iii tn lfi.t-,.1
3'! r . Hd. on
. - "jwvjc. ai i ii c near inasiug tnius
or tuo eiitiir. Ilewarc.
rrnf..'Tici,..1A:mivnac.for 1881 is
out. Besides thc,fual Almanac "Mat
ter it contains the' Forecasts f -th'
cather; their Wotidetfnf Vyrifi
ving; Vhcn it is Unsafe to,Entcr Deep
Wcllu, Mines &e.; how to j?jiKo anu
Uoast: Cause of Blight iR Fruit ,Tr.jM,
and much other valuable mafter. Al
ttigethcr the prcstut sTirpasses any
former i sjuc in practical Uitormation.
For .sample copy and term to tho trade
sqnd '20 cunts' to Thompson, Jico and
Lillinirston.,l,ublishers, 510 Pine Street.
St. Louis, jio.
This is the way art eastern agricul
tural ppor puts it. Slander, geutlc
"uicn, a vile slander: "The average
farmer toils hard, early and late, often
depriving himself of needed rest and
sleep -for what? To raise corn For
what? To fued hosrs'. tor what? lo
get money with which to buy more
land. Tor what? To feed more hogs.For
what? To buy more; land. And vhat
"does he want 'with more land. Why,
be wishes to bur more coro to feed
.mora hogs -to buy more land to raise
more.corn to feed more hogs and In
this circle hom'ives,intil God Almighty
stops his hoggish iirocecd'uigs."
The two creatures who wlit the
Mound City News liavS.sp little idea of
tho decencies of lifo that they exult In
being regarded as notorious liars, and
think they have ddho something smart
when they have manufactured some inju
rious falsehood'about those they dislike.
Any one who reads a single issue of
their paper need not be told that its
editors arc low trash, as that fact is ap
parent iu every column they have writ
ten. They are the s'cu'nf of the. eanmVe,
whom no decent. man would admit as a
guest into even his" kitchen. They are
mere nobodies, who are so anxious
to attract the .attention of their su-
penow that they" are grateful for even
hnpp'y by this notice from
To-morrow (Saturdayl' ,1s Christ
mas day. To-nigjit anta Clans will
travtl from house to lionse, after the
liitle ones are allnslcep, and.willleave
nice and jjretty things ior a'lf who hare
been good and obedient. Parents
shonld remember when they too looked
forward, with wistful longing, to the
time whenJSanta Claus, would come,
and thty shonld sec Uiat. each, ilittle
heart is made happy to-morrow morn
ing,FortuniiteIy it costs but n trifle to
da this, snd In tliis blessed land of
plenty there sire ji ono too poor to sparo
the few cents necessary to buy red
checked dolls for the little girjs and
bright tin trumpets or noisy drums for
the i little boys. Every shop window is
filled with, wonderfully" atlraetiveoys
ami wmetiiing nioaj. wished for bytct
little one can readily oc found. Let
every purse-string be untied to-day
ieuer, w nnvc u.inorrow pocitRi
empty o'f mo'jicjr bjit n heart fun c7 hnp'-'
pipess.'A'iid' yot'( can't make your
cjiiia'feii haiViTT w-rtbvijf" being niiide
hajmV yourselves- , .Gir.. blc.s the
children, and God .iilei.-1 ii.s , rf-rtnts
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nuu.ib uvuiu urtiuui . mil'
- Li' ,.-"! , ..,. J'.lu lis
tenocrncss toward t era" ir the 1 inrvi
Services at the the German M. E.
eliurch Christmas morning at eleven
Rev. Mr. Miller will pretveh in Ihe
Presbyterian church in New Point
next Sabbath, morning and evening.
Look out for trichina. Soeral
cases are reported just over the rlvurin
Kansas. The onl sure preventive
is to thoroughly cook all kinds of hosr
meat intended for eating.
Mr. and Mrs. Jehu , Foster of this
city celebrated their seventeen years of
married life at their residence on last
Friday evening. A number of friends
and relatives were present, who li ought
with them many tokens of kindness.'
Apcording to Census Bulletin No
26, jiifct received from Washington, the
population of Hojt county is 15,510, of
whom 8,291 nr males and 7,210 are fc
males, in nationality, 14,021 arc na
tive and 889 are foreign. In color, 15,
2SJ are white and 225. arc colored.
Messrs. Charles Z ook and Charles
Peter, who are attending the State
University at Columbia, returned to
Oregon last Friday to remain till after
the holidays. They report Leighlr
vineandtho other, Holt county boys
all in good Hcalta and progressing
II. S. Ilogue of Crairr, who mnvr d
to n estcrn Kansas last spring and who
wrote us an indignant letter because we
had intimated that corn stalks out there
did not row to be as lartro ns iati
posts, uas starved out and. .returned to
hi old home in Holt county. They nil
n- , ,
u .iiu.iiiuvi-ii io remarK mat me
most infernal of all the infernal fools" is
ihe infernal f..ol who insists on shaking
hands with you every time ho muets
you, and who considers it a token of
coidiality to squeeze your hand nntil
every bone cracks and to shake your
arm with' as much violcwce ftr a terrier
shakes a rat. Having committed this
to paper wo feel easier.
.-"Writc carefully' says De Quincy,
'You can never fell how, much good
your work may accomplish." No truer
words were ever spoken: A man
brought aroiiud a perfectly lovely poem
awuiai. iu uuiuiiuiu snow yfstcrdav,
just as our "devil" had built a fire and
was looking fdr something to light it
ihe GrrTin M. E. Sunday school
wiil have a Christmas ntcrtaii.mcntat
their church on Christmsi Eve, con
si-ting ofpecches in btith English. and
and tierman,. n.so singi,ng. Twenty -fivo
centi wiU be' ch.arg.;d for adult.,
and ten wilts' f? chi.drenr the pro
ceeds to be used for the benefit of the
Sunday' School. Everybody invited.
TarkTo City, tho new town In Abshs.
cipally of p"rinters. Two.papers arc al
ready published thoro aud it is to have
ahother b- the middle of January. -1 ho
owners of these papers must Jive and
tbeir business will certainly not sup
port them we advise their neighbors to
jook out for their wood piles and smeke
houses. . v
Mr. J. P. Rogers of Mait!and, who
is one of the most.yalucd. of the Sen-
TtKEL's corps of eorrsiiondents.will be
married this( Thursday) evfuiipg. in tne
M.E.ehurch m Richland, to Miss Rosa
Honnen,a lovely and acomplUhed young
lady of that vicinity. The Sentinel
extends its heartiest congn.tidatiens
and warns Sol. Milter not to make any
puns about the affair.
We learn that tie Woman's Uniop
are endearoriDg to secure Proctor, the.
nnowacd English astronomer, to lec
ture in Oregon at an arly dayJ We
hopo they may be successful.: 'Those
who heard him, when - he Was in the
States few years ago, say his lectures
are .intensely, interesting and his' ex
planations of the universe arc given in
such language as to mako the subject
intelligible to every one.
The-unhappicst man in nolt coun
ty, nnd the one whose grief is most last
Hr ad inconsolable, is that Jacksonian
Democrat wno had made arrangements
to take charge of the Oregon postoflice
immediately after the inauguration of
Imcock. .He mourns and mourns and
refuses to bo comforted, for the dread
natiTe is before him that ha must
either jj'o to work or Starve. In the
est of nil the rest of us we hope ho
hoose the latter. ,
pt. F. At. Posegate of St.. Jo-
scph,re see by our exchanges, is leo-
vjrioui towns, of, North-
e Lights and
adows of Life." .Would it not be a
good idA for the Woman's Union to
get hi ml) lecture here?- He is a great
favorite lith the people of Oregon tod
Forest Clr, and, as his object in lec
turing is not ft mercenary one, he could
probably ie secured for a mere nom
inal sum, possibly Dy merely paying
Godey's"Lady'e Book for January,
1881, lies upon our, desk, giving prom
ise of twelvo delightful visits during
18S1. It is greeted in the homes ef
America as & well beloved friend, who
gives pleasure, advice, iofornYation,
and direction to the mothers, wives
and daughters of each household. Tho
present number contains all the old
well-known features, and iu addition
the first of the promised Novels, from
the pen of Mrs. E. B. Benjamin, the
well-known Author of "Hilda and I,
"Brighteidf" and the, rharming serial
'Glenarchan," published in. the Lady's
Book in 188&. The Novelty Pago alone
is worth the prico of the Mngazino to
tho ladias. and they' -have music aud a
- ' .r-'
ir;wi,.iirrin2 array oi litsijiuu ami cy
J worlf guides. We will take' Bbscriii-
rfi A -,j T .1 .. ri . ' i . .1.1
SjERTi-HBulor 18SK and send, bofif.to
rlicrbcrfor the low pride of f.75
Rev. Mr. McKinlay will preach at
the Highland school house next Sab
bath morning and night.
Elder V. T. Maupin will preach
in Oregon next Sabpath morning and
Thsso who have lost csttlo will do
well to read the numerous stray notices
in to-day's Sentinel.
Rev. C. Scholotzhaucr will preach
at the German M. E. church, next Sun
Rev. Mr. M.llcr will begin a pro
tracted meeting in bis church in Ore
gon on Sabbath, Jan. 2d.
.. lion't miss tho Christmas Service
at tne I'resbytenau church this (Fri-
Wr, John Unchsr. ominfT- trnenr.
I..-J.L . : - v
ci cicti, una removeu to uregon Jand is
Jiving in the house owned by Mr. Drake
in me nonneasiernjpartol the city.
Married, by Rev. Mr. Miller of
Oregon, at his residence, December
21it, Mr. Jerome Fee of Marion county.
iowa, toiUiss Lavonna Eckleyof this
Consult tho printed dato following
your name on the margin of your pa
per. It will show you just how jour
aceount stands with the Sentinel on
subscription ; and if you are in arrears
please call and settle.
Only ten cents admittance to the
entertainment at the Presbvteriau
church this (Friday) evening. Jt will
bo worth many times that sura to see
and near the beautiful Christmas Ser
vice. You will miss a treat if yoit fajl
Ihe "Doss Harness Shop"1 of Holt
coutjty has an advertisement in this is
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muni luuiiMiijitL. iiis located in
maiuana ana Joseph li. Stone is tne.
proprietor. Farmers in that seutlo'n
will be interested in what he
Those of our Democratic friends
who wanVa straight-out Bourbon pa
per will be interested in the prospectus
of the Lomsville Courier-Journal, pub
lished in this paper. It is edited by
Hon Hetfry Watterson. the ablet! ed
itor in the South, aud it represents the
extreme Southern wing of tho partv.
To those who-wish to keep fully posted
Iu regard to tn alms and lesircs of the
Confederate Brigadiers tWi
We arc glad to learn tliatnhc con-
icmpiaieu rempval of Jfev. Mr. ilnler
from this cilyjis not likely to occur, for
tut present at least. The manner in
wh.ch he was appointed State Evan
gelist is something now in church forms
and tho Board in New York do not sec
meir way clear to approve the action
f (ho MI -
"HA tl JX
continue ms pastorate oi mo urcgon
and New Point congregetions, and wc
hopejit will be a long time before he is
called on to decide whether or not he
will leave them
We direct the Fpceial attention of
every carpenter and architect, aud every
one who contemplates building to the
advertisement, in another column, of
the American Architect and Building
News. It is the large-t and best pub
lication of the kind iu the world; every
number contains several large ana
splendid illustrations, fine euough to
frame; and it lurnishes news in regard
to new buildings and the statu of the
business in all parts of the United States
and Canada. All new ideas and inven
tions in regard to the construction and
furnishing of buildings are also fully
explained ;and, in short, it contains a
vast ftlnd of information absolutely
essential lo tho sueecss of every builder.
Read the advertisement.
At this season of the year
eggs aro an artic.c of fo-ud (iroucli need
ed, and many families cannot get along
without them for culinary purposes.
Some think that the scarcity of eggs at
present is owing to the phickens not
being well cared for. If the hens
arc obliired to roost on trees or fences
or woodniles. or wherever they can
get; if they have to wade through the
mud and slush and snow; if they have
to steal most of their living from tho
pig-pens, the horse stables or the corn
crib; if they tnusl depctid on rain or
.thaw to get water to drink in short- if
they am obliged to submit to tho avcri
age treatment of poultry on farms they
will not lay and should hot. If you
want your hens to lay, do your part to
ward this end and the hens will do
theirs. A hen is a living machine and
will do-her work well, if well handled,
but will not bo a success, under care
less, Indifferent trcnt client.
We wanttosecuro the services of
two live, wide-awako men, men who
have tongues and know how to use
them, to canvass Holt county for sub
scribers to the Sentinel. On tho 7th
of January theSENTiNEL will be enlarg
ed to nearly double its present size and
will then be tho largest.the handsomest,
and the best county paper in the State.
.At UiQ same time it will offer the most
liberal inducements to sccuro subscri
bers over giveu. by any paper in the
United Stales. As mxui ns . the.
new paper makes its appear
ance we want our canvassers to
go to work and to keep steadily and
constantly at it from the tenth of Jan
uary toitho fifteenth of March. No one
wanted who is not willing ti go into the
country and visit every farm house.
Totjc",r1ght men .wu will pay liberal
ialanes.-iir we will allow them commis
sions which will,, enable them to earn
from'three to twenty-five, dollars a day.
Apply n't once to tho editor or publisher
of this piper.
"VTe are linutn'nc un pictures everv dav
nb'tnit the chamber walls of our licails
rs. Boulton of Cameron.'Mo., is
vir hor daughter, the wifiv'of Elder
JVuearNuw Point, and will remain
ill the holidays.
io Christmas Service at the Prcs
tc church this (Friday) cvsumg
wi extremely interesting. Be sure
tomd see and hear.
spicy letter from "Observer,"
Ki Creek, is unavoidably cro.wtjed
oat it will not spoil by keeping
nlj- one week more, iu which you
cat the Sentinel next jcar for
SHf you wait until after the first of
JiTV you will have to par $2.(i0.
Bf take advantage of tlm oppor-
tu and tints savo a" half n dollar.
1. V. B. Cass of Forest City, ha
med from the: Rocky Mountains in
gohcalth and resumed the black
sreng business at his old stand.
Glo welcome him back. Read his
he next meetimg of Doniphan
cn Teachers' Institute will bo held
at lite Cloud on the8th of .Tannary.
Th-aeliers of Holt county are all
invl. Prof. Uill will .lecture before
the'eaehers' Association in White
Ch on. pridiy evening, January 7th.
Pui invited. i . . .
-ver since the Jyar 1808 the Mis-
soi Republican hasbaen continuously
pushed in St. Louis, and during the
gitcr part of that time has becji the
Icing paper ot the Mississippi Valley.
Ius iteadily kept pace with the prog,"
re of the times, both in gathering
nis and supplying it promptly by
mns of ihe latest inventions and Im.
nrements in printing maohiqery. It
i,ow published In & marble palace, iu
tfhasoment of which are two of the
fist and fastest presses ever manufac
tud. The prospectus of the Repub-
lio appears in to-day's Sentinel
'ho temperance meetings have ab
stbed all Interest during the past
wjfc. Mr Josephus Chcancy dchv
enl four lectures, two at the Christian
ari two at the Presbyterian church
brinniiig Tncsday.pight. Last night
M. Grcv delivered a lecture at' the
Mthodist church, nnd is, to deliver an
oter there to-night. Mr. Cheancyis
ancxecllcnt lecturer a small man, but
wi'y and well informed aad carneit.
A'out 100 took the pledge while he was
h re, and a considerable number at the
M-thndf't church last night. Mr.
G-oy is a young man and good speaker.
There is'only a moderate degree uf in-
Urest taken in the work here, as yet.
It is tlit intention to organize a Union
here, and attempt others at other
points throughout tho country.
At the close of the lecture Friday
nisrht the audieneo'were .uliourneiL-to
festival and 6yVer supper given by
streuts, and cloudine s anu uampuc-s
of tho weather, a large number were in
attendance 'The bouse was crowded
from dark till twelve o'clock at night,
and at the close a.coHnt was made and
about one hundred dollars found in the
It. is What is termed a
Mr Tnmi.kms. a brother-in-lavr of.
J. F. Davis, is suffuring extremely with
articular rheumatism at Mr. Davis's
He is now in a dropsical condition, and
has been in great iLinger from 'sudo
...irHitis. lint is now some better in that
Mrs. Graves was Imned on Monday.
She had been sick for 'about six weeks
She was born in 'thb year 1815, and!
was past her 65th year at her death.
She has been long and favorably known
here. She had been for 37 years, a
member of the church, -.Baptist wc be
lieve, and expressed herxeadiuess for
death. She leaves a husband, well
nigli the end' of life, and like her, a
member of the Baptist church. She
w s much loved and respected by her
neighbors and friends, and by her
hildren, grand-children and husband.
One of our elevators is rapidly going
up, while tho work on tho other has
censed for a time. j
The attendance upon the institute
here .Saturday .was sinall. A commit
tee of flvcfWas appointed to maku ar-
rangenirnts for holding a ISorrcal In
stitute in the county next summer.
Those present td..whoni duties had 7een
assigned, responded.; The- pciforiDan
ccs were good. The next session of
the institute is to be held at Forest City
on thu 3d Saturday in January, 1881-
C. C. -ikin bought a farm last week,
of widow Wilson. He is now tho own
er of two farms in the county. W
are glad to know that some of the
younger members of our bar !a;c niak
ingomelhing in the profession.
rqp'per & Akin have a number of im
portant cases on hand at Maitland.
Mr. Pepper went thereto file the pa
pers in ono" of thu cases one day last
Prpperfc Akin,. Assisted by A. II.
Jamison, have brought a suit lor Mr
Chandler against Ed. Anibal of Big
l.iw. The heariiiff of the caso is set
for to-day before Col. Wilkinson.
Some ten or liltcn buildings are iu
proems of erection in town. Mr. Youse
is'buildiiig quite a neat and comfort
able dwelling house just opposite T.
Capt. Fmzcr ha- just returned from
thecaht. He. seems to have struck an
intellectual ntmusphere in his travels,
for ho rt'turns wearing the customary
Mr. Carpentcr is preparing the front
room, over his furniture stoic, for a
firm of milliners and i taiiorcsses, who
aro to take possession of it as a shop in
n few dsys.
Tho Only Place in town to get your
Two live, wide-awake men, for two
months, commencing January 10th, to
canvass Holt county, Mo., for subscri
bers to the Holt County Skntinel
The paper will be nearly doubled In
size on. the first of the year and will
then oirr tho most attractive induce
ments to secure subscibers ever given
byitfiy .paper in the United States. To
tho rigjit" men wo will pay geod sala
ries, or- will allow oommissions,cnabling
them to clear front Ihreo to twenty-five
dollars a day. No dtwi wanted who is
unwilling lo go intc
visit even farm house.
MC5 country and
Applv at once
by letter, with references, or in person,
to DAVENPORT & DOBYNS,
Publishers Sentinel, Oregon, Mo
Pepper ft Akii,Mouud City.h.ive fnon
cy toloan,ln sums to suit,at ten per cent.,
on improved real estate security iu Holt
county. No big bonus or big com
mission. Home money and no trouble
Apply at once.
R. I. Ilea. Attorncv-at-Law. Mait
land. Mo., Jias money to loan, in sums '
to suit, at ten per cent, on improved
Holt county real estate. It is home
money, and borrowers will not have
any troublti to gjt tl.e money as soon
ailjthe papers are made out. Apply
MR. TOPDLES: i
If wo should have a dautrhter, no
shall ever have hor until he obligates
himself to remember his mollicr-in-law,
by presenting her with one of those
to be had at Ira Peter's. New dosigns,
large stock. Low Prices,
you can make your sister or your moth
er perfectly happy by presenting them
with oue'oi those elegant
Cloaks or Dolmans
to be found at Ir.i Peter's, Big stook,
Buy your wife a nice Cashmere dress
Graliam & Frame's, Maitland.
Overstocked with a large assortment of
Wo arc closing them out at Prime Cost.
Y'ou can make no better present to your
husband or s n. Call,on Hershbergcr
December .hwrcorac, the only month
in all ihe year that hivs."CIiritm:is. in it.
Hearts arc IlrffipV thinking of it; hearts
nreuilajldcni'il when it ccmes. Joyous,
merry. rolIickTnrr l?nliil.iv-! I jink
the, baby prows ; tlm j-Midrrn
mem nes' you miouiu mi) juur cuuiut;
E D HOLTHAUS,' "
Felix Street, St. Joseph, Mo.
A Paying Busins3.
Any person sending 50 cents to the
Marlboro Chemical Works, Marlboro,
Mass., will receive, post paid by mail,
s sample groes of Chinese Compressed
Bluing f-heets, the best in use for
r V. ..m 'I'l. . fact.wt- o 1 1 1 n rr
article in the market. Goods as staple
as flour and c:in be i carried inthe. pocket
Immense profits. Those already at
work are coining money aud say it
beats the world. New thing. Agents
Buy your presents at Graham and
Fnimo's,. Maitland.", .. .
Laud ior Sale.
The N E of tho S E and the SH
of theN B see 14, Tp.G2, R 39, & miles
nbrtluof Mound City. The N 4 of the
S W f Sec 12, Tp 62, R 38, 4 miles N E
of Mound City. The N"E Sec 15, Tp
62, Rg 40, 1-2 mile -West of Craig.
Tho SEJ Sec 3, Tp 6i- Rg. 40j ex
ccpting20acrcsin S W corner 1 j
miles N W of Craig. 114 acres in N
W I Seo 11, 'Tp 62. Rg 40, joining Craig
on N W. S W j and W 1 of S E J and
S E J S E and S W J of N E J Sec 7
To' CI, Rg 38 1 mil&s south of Mound
City. Terms, Oue-thi fd down.balanec
time to suit purchaser.
J. Foster Marshall,
For a dcligkful smoke call on E P
llostctter, north side ot Public square,
Oregon. Mo., The largest stock of
standard cigars in the city.
Wj t'rise to n 'pint' of order: T S
Iliodft-. Oregcn, h:us now on exhibition,
one tho larcst stocks of toys and
holiday goods ever brought to IIlt
county. These goods aro purcli:u.fd to
Mill ami thev must bo sold. Therefore,
Mr. Spatter, tlnwc who fail to buy
their pn-i unts from this house I move
you, sir, be declined out of onlcr. Tho
point of o.iiler is well taken.
ti,.. H.t Pi.itiow. ecetaWis ami liireciio is
forcrowlnc. -nt'( ree by mail, for lOcrut. In
Kneilnnrt.rruu . , . .
Fioral tlnltlf will tll How K" i n BP. ' 1
Virtt !ifil arr " -
Christmas Eve at the Prejbjtcrlaa
A novel and appropriate Christmas
Service will form a part of the many
attractions of the entertaiHtneat to bo
given on this (Friday) evening by tho
ladies and Mission Band and babuatn
eltool of the Presbyterian chureh in
Tbe various features of the enter-
tuinment consist ia :
1 A splendid Christmas Service or
dered specially for tie occasion ren
dered by the wholo congregatien:
2 A few appropriate recitals.
1 A Bazar by the 'lyiission Band a
very interesting feature".
An admittance fee of only ten cents
will be charged for- seeing all this, and
surely evcryl)0,y W'H turn out'
The Philadelphia Times, which is
the leading paper of that growing or
ymiiation known as Independents, has
an advertisemdnt in to-day's Sbntinel,
to which wu "direct attention. It
splendid paper bold and outspokeu In
tknonnnnijition of its views and, nl-
thnunh we many times du&gTee'with'if;
we always read it with pleasure
we alwavs read it with "pleasure. It Js
iust the paper for those who are disafr
- ... . . f HiAiBa .nil wli n.
istieawunaii eximiui; iimuco,".
think that good wdl result from a gen
era. break dp of present organizations.
Tinarcr RnOK PUBLtSItED .The
new edition of Webster's Unabridged
Dictionary, just issued, is believed to
be, in the quiotity 3t matter it con
tains, by far the largest volume pub
lished. It now contains about 118,000
words defined, and nearly 15,000 wdfds
.mi m.mitim not found in any other
i. "-- tt -
dictionary. The Biographical Dlotion
arv. lust added, supplies a want long
lelt by the reader and stadent, in giv
ing the desired information so bneuy.
Never was any one volume so complete
as aa aid in getting an. education.
Boad;. l;HeraUr8. ''" -This
is the appropriate name.'Of a
weekly newspaper at 60 c5nts:t tr- yi'ar.
which is certainly one of the n.ost;juar
yelous products of tho now famous
"Literary Revolution." It gives for
this pittance abont twice as much mat
ter as either of the $4.00 magazines, and
is tilled with the latest news, -that is
worth knowing, about books and au
thors, condensed, pointed opinions of
the best literary critics concerning new
and standard books, with choice read
ings from those of greatest? -interest,
reprinting some valuable books entire.
It is just no--8- , h53.
,.. ..II Anciuuv -I
"KSpii,"nd Kingsleys' Hy
patia." A scries Of articles on "The
Choice of Books." by Mr, Chas-.F.
Rienardson,,ts- worth, to any thought-ful-reader,
far more than the cost of
the paper. A specimen copy will be
entfrcc, or the paper' will be sent
thrpe months on trial for tho nominal.
prico of 10 cents, by the publishers, the
American Book Exchange
Building, New "iork City,
A Good Family Paper.
The Toledo WEEKLY BLADE.
(Nasby'a paper), whoso announcement
fof 1831 appears in another column, is
now a velitthe visitor 'rftv cvery post
office in the land, ilcnjoys a'cfrcuTa-.
tion of oyer 100,000 copies, whuh is per
haps the largest circulation of any
family weekly newspaper published in
this conntry. Many improvements are
promised for the coming year. The
publishers will be pleased to send a
specimen copy to any address.
Western Farmers' Almanac.
The 1881 number of this invaluable
household companion, which has been
Issued for fifty-four years, Is upon our
table, aud is filled, as it alway3 has
been, with the very best practical hints
and facis which are of peculiar value to
the farmer. If any farmer 'will tako
this little ten-cent almanac, and will bo
troverned by its teachings, faithfully
throughout the year, and can thon say'
he has not made a success 01 it lur inat
year, we w ill make him a present of the.
number for 1882. Every larmcr wnp
has a former number will havo it aguin.l
but to those who have tievsr seen,
it we say send for a copy and
our word for it, you will acknowl
edge the money will havo returned to
you an, hundred fold before the expira
tion of the year. It w published hy
John P. Morton & Co., of Louisvillo,
Ky., an old established house, and by
reason of tiie sxtraordinary excellence
of the b-ok, has attained a country
Farmers of Holt County-Ij
rntiirnnd home from the
Rocky Mountains greatly improved tn
health I shall after this date resume
the blacksmith business at my old
stand in Forest City, ono door east t
the Lumber Yard, where I shall be glad
to meet all of my old customers and as
many new ones as I can suit. Thank
ing you for past favors-I remain yours.
Jil. V. B. CiSi.
Silver' Brook Ico Cream
BeinlTart & Blum's.
MONEY TO LOAN
7 Per Cent. Interest
. . n flf asi)rt tmo a- loire
Wiil on in Craig Mondays and .Moun
Citv, Tuesdavs of cocii wesK.
J FOSTER MAUSHALIa,
HERE I AM AGAIN,
And if I do riot have an exhibition f ,
OREGONj MO., "
' tBnt will make the people of Holt conn
tyatnre, then my name is nov!wini!t-Claus.-
During tho coming two weefcsr
we will have on exhibition the.mot ex
tensive line of Holiday Gumls consisting
Dolls, . .
Wagons, , . ( -
Toy Pianos, - : ,
' f Gift Books
Ogr line" of Gift Books is suitable for
all :t'di$Vaiid are vcrj desirable.
See ur line of :' r
Pocket iBo6k'sV, '"
Pancy Ink Stands, .
. ; Bower Sets, etc.
Pleao Remember tfyi. Place :
king & vumt
forgel to call at Ira Peter's and. see hia
line of presentation ,.
New and elegant designs at prices to
suit Jill.-- - -
r ' ' 'A Special tflsViid.'' '.
frbni San'a Clans to thq manager of the
Holidiry Fair to W h'd at E P Uoste:
ter's, north side of pubSc squire. Ore
iron, announces exeat activity along the
.line of Toys, Fancy Goods anil such, ar
ticles as most please ootn 01a ana young
Remember this is to be the .Illy Old.
Man's Headquarters, and even a look
through this place will make you happy.
SPRAY COW, . x .
Vi'hitc-marKeif'wttll ttaflWtdl. earj
and snlitin both 'ears braMrJldmlv.-
halHciteIg7iearrdd. Uaye lnlor -
rantion with, eaitor 01 aim m ..-
'- : miillnMv- atnMa in rtii, rntlnfv- Ann &s
UJ1MIMJ . " .
the ladies of Northern' Hoft to call bq.
fore buting elsewhere.
For Catarrh; y
UJcGcrmin CaLnrrb: Cutj.
who fens no he.1rt.0r soul s thf
who does not remember the dear
onns once a vear. Christma- day
longs to them. Make thcni. .happy. .;, .
purchasing a' suitable present fir .;
at T S Uinde's. A mainnjotb sjoc ad
HOG IiAW ELECT iy.V.
TO irjmu. IT MAX CCEtlS': ';l
Suit will ba ibijw(1 sI",t a" TVT
whokre'ilellnqa-'iiMeneostor Hog ..-
tlon. 00 ta l5ih f January. 1" -
thjrear issifi' .
It will rolinn In iit-
5 am all Imltat' T
nntutT Kuml r 1 1 .
protp this. 61 3',, v
Vfr In iuTni. i
xra number l. t
NURSERT rUBUSHINO CO- ,
33 BloomBtld Btr-, Boston. W-
1023 Paces. GOOO Ei;sr.vls. -rorjt
rjLax$ cozobxd Titr--; t
Contalnlns STJ?5'123jNT of otc-
4600 KEW T70RD3 and Meanings, .
of o'ver 9700A3ES.
,rortbncrct iJ rrndcr'l l.y picture In H-
SnnlVin Wclwtor.ach Htn.4rHngnd donates
lhoijmlicf ft wonli nnd terms named :
ItnTltiT p. S. 17 Phicnolofgr. 9S4-37
SinmnVp. S53sa M.lnn. p. U64.1219-11Q
i;jriT.M? 11 i-.ti.im Jingine, 2U
lloo.c,..rjD. 43 Timbers, p. 13S5.1
JIil;inc 3-13 worilj nJ timw dofiiwd by lha
rictnrr under .Vbotfc l'J mwiN in Wcln-tfr"
Uia.rlilSfd;fkr 1-t-iliT llsin could bo dona by
iKthrroim, Ultemi.l ttion Webster to help
n ttniSy-io UfeCmo inMligontT
W2STtr.lfU;i0:.ffiL PlST0fllJIL DCTGMR7..
tO-JO rages Cf.cf.TO. 600 Eajravlngs.
C. C C UCitntAU. I'liJJi'JicK.Bui.ngfield, SUss.
TFctstor AbridmaAiAts, publfahod by
IVISOtJ, CUUCJAK, TAYLOR & CO., Sew Yort.
Wililcr' Pi'imsry Ccltool Ekt'i. 20 EnsfaiBgs.
Caaimon Schi.1 " 27
H.-Uel " 237
AcJikraic- - 344 - "
" Owsti.ig Hoina " v.ill imnj Uluttri
!uWfhudorJ0 l00k 81 "'K-oinliart &s Blum's!