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TheSicxtixri. is published every Friday m-irnliis at 31.50 a year in advance. AilvertWus rat furnished on application. Address all couuimnlcatlMisn t Tun Sevti.veu Onirou. Mo. OKUGOW, MO., MAItCir 5, 18S0. It is safe to say that Tildcn h:is not withdrawn from thu Presidential race. He is tm the truck aud his barrels full. are One rf the waiters in a Lcadvillu ho tel is an "ex-mieinbcr of the Now Jersey legislature, and they're thinking of discharging him for incompetency. On account of the enormous advance on white paper, the (. hicago Times has raised the- price of that paper to $16 per year and 6 cents per single copy. CoxoitESS continues to adjourn once a daj. When the motion is mads the members turn paic and whisper: "Arc we blundering, as usual?" Aftek a Texas jury bad-stood out for ninety-six hours the judge got a'verdiet out of them in two minutes by sending them word that ii circus had com to town. The Iiulepcnjent Republican Central Committee of New York,' better known us the "bcratehers, ' has adopted a resolution optwinjr'the nomination of. oi:her Grant or Blain&. AVendeli. .Phillips is nothing if not picturesque. His latest is that the men who arc afraid Grant would become Di tutor were ho chosen President, would have awakenedNoah with a ery of "Fire." A California IwtoodJanlTunilicrclla in a chnrch doorway during a meeting. To this umbrella was attached a ftrong ord, an end of which the boy held in his hand. Eleven different Christians irried this umbrella the length of the string when the service was over. The Philadelphia Times says that while Grant has gravitated into a liking for Republicanism, his preference is 'fora breaking up of parties as now organized, and his election to the Presi dency on the spontaneous combustion principle." The State of Maine is to be congratu lated. Pillslmry, the originator of the late uiisucresslul burglary, hits decided to take up his abode in Boston, "to practice his profession." Every holder of a burglar-alarm patent, with an eye to buiness,vill flood Boston with agent, immediately. .A wntTEn in the Literary World has devised a way to hastenjthc progress of the spelling reform, which is to have tilegraph companies charge by the let ter instead of by tho word. That, he thinks, would induce people to write phonetically so as to use as few letters 4 possible. BOYSTON AND SIXEItMAV AG A IK. A'fcw weeks "ago we gave the readers of the Sentinel a full account of the trouble which has recently arisen be tween General Boynton and General JSiu'rm m . We nr.s lent below the further devel opment of this very interesting affair .tip tn the present time. It will be remembered that General Ilornton. preferred chargesagainst Gen eral S'lierman of "conduct unbecoming an officer , and a gentleman." These charges-were, after considerable delay, forwarded to General Sherman, with the following endorsement: ' "llocelved at the office of the Secretary "War. January 2s. 18C0. Broiidit to notice of .President, February 3, 18&o,aud on February Is. 1SS0, directed by the Tmldf nt to be referred to G neral Bbennan. War Department, February :18. two. Kcspeetf ully referred to the General r flu aruiy for ituch remarks as he may deem -pr-pcr to make" Alkx. Hamhm'. iiocretary.pf War, Upon reaching General Sherman, he endorsed them as follows; . HlCAIXJUiltTKK OKTHK AlOtVOKTHK I'Jtf- teii Statics. Washisuto, February Is, two. To Hon. -I. Jtamvu, Seeretaru vf irYir Sin : I luivr this lnomcnt-rccclvod, tor the first time, the communication t II. V. Iloyuton,addrcssed to ypn uud r date of January . 1R. enclosiu;: charges audnneelfleationi ncaimt tleti. W. T. Sherman, with his volume, marked exhibit II. I recognize the manuscript document as substan- 1 !.... ....KM.l.a.l In nil Hin lliklljf Hit .IfltL .11 l.l"l . . I ... ' newspapers for the put two weeks, and here with return it with the few remarks I deem proper to-mikc Th! chargj Ittc'.f Is an Insult tolnyom-c, my past record of public services, and a name which lias stood sixty years, Ithout a alugiu Imputation on my honor or lulesrlty. The two first siieclfications Involvo purely the ciril offense of libel or slander, comprewd into th short letter I wrote him under date of Janu ary 1C, 1830, every word of which Is true, and which I am prepared tn Justify. As to the third specification, I have-never heard that General Grant, or Thomas, or Logan, or Blair, or any of the crest men whom he assumes to defend, hate ever appointed Gonrr.d Boynton as their nWimey. To the living, and to the friends or the dead. I am ever responsible for every word spoken or written. I yield to no man lu my love and veneratlon'of my comrades, and have been for fifteen years, oil all suitable occasions, their eulogist. All men liavc their cood qualities and their human defects, and In accountlnj; for the artual event eia terrible elvllwar.I was forced. JIke every commander of an army.to account for sietual result. If ever In my life, at.any time, 1 have done Injustice to auy person whom-so-ever which 1 deny.) I trill cheerfully submit the mat ter to tin umpire and abide by his judgment. 1 lave made this proposition again ami again, and will renew It publicly at our next army meeting. These meetings are composed of the very men who knew and felt the cause referred to, and ompwt!ie .rightful tribunal for the jnatterset forth lu the third and last specifica tions. I admit the right of II. V.Boj nton or any cltlzrn to prefer these or any charges and that I am always amenable to a court-martial.and I am glad he has reduced bis complaints to a tan gible form, lie h:is no right, however.to impose upon the United States tht heavy cost of a mili tary trial, of wltuesses from a distance, and nec eessary attorney feio. I regard his premature publication otihese matters of scaudal as lu the line of his profession, and meant purjiosely to avoid the only trial which Is right and propr. viz: Innucof the many civil tribunals which exist in the District of Columbia for this very purpose. I beg. therefore, that yon will under stand that Ham abundautiy ready to answer lx foreaiir court: that when a month ago this Iloynton publicly threatened me with a suit I employed as my nltorm-y Ine Hon. Malt li. Car- i penlrr, win is ready to nuswor tojiny name at tween IJrfl. I alien ami Itnatclier is ny any and all times. I have the licuor to le your ' mutual concent dissolved and a full set nlmllent servant. W.T. Biiekji.vn. (lennral. ! tlement had between them and tho ac- The abovo letter having been brnght tn the attention of tho President, he de clined to order a. court martial for the trial of General Shcrman.on the ground I ,,.! ?nnr-il Hm-ntiin fniil(1 find iimnlfl ! Ulu. . ' ....... ... 4 rccourso in the ciril courts. IJnon Jwin!? -Jnformml.bv tho Seere- 1 r-; . - .. tarrof AVar of this decision of thePresi-i dent .General Boynton addressed the for-! Uht the following letter: ID ,-(. Mctani li-jmsty. HretntV ' II nr Silt : I have the honor of acknowledging the courtesy of your note of yesterday, enclosing ; copies of various ofllclai t udors:inents upon the charges nnd specifications preferred atf.ilnsl Ucil W. T. SlicriMau for'eonluct mibucomlng an officer and gentleman," and also your note of the itth Ixst informing inc. of the. final ac tion of the l'rcsldent In tuc niatt.T. I notice tkat ueral Slirniian admits the right of a citi zen to prefer the charges. In which his opinions a?re with the rulings of tb Judg Advocnte (li'uend's office, 1 nolle further tiiat G.-nrrid Sherman. Instead of availing himself of tho op portunity extended to him of exercising ills I ight to ask for a military ieiirt in wiueu uio enm charges nblch he publicly made against my character could be tested, and where the advan tages would be altogetuer ou lilt side, sets foiui v:irious reasons why prorccdlng should be had instead before a civil tribunal as "the only trial which Ls rLrht and proper." Gen. Sherman alss dec!lnes,!ieii this opiwrtunUy lsoffered Idm, to ask that the ch iracter of his -Meumlrs," over which he forced th jK-ndiag controversy, may be submitted to a military court In which alone they can be effectually tested, and takes the umwli:it noi el irrouud tliat the i iglittul tribu- uai to in- ine spcciiiciiuu.i ivijuufc . ( urauen oi me suujerfc ........... the oUier h:iud, the lTesident, wlio h.is authori ty to order a court under such circumstances as attend this case, whether an accused offlccrdoes or does not desire It, has dec! Jed that the cill remedies are ample. That the ciIl courts uro open for the trial of the crime of slander and li bel. U not such a matter of doubt as to need a Idgh ofncial decision, but my attempted pro ceeding, recognized both by the Judge Advo cate General aud by General Sherman himself as legal, was lor the military offence 0t "conduct unbecoming an officer and a g-utlcman," an offence not known to the civil marts. Hy the President's .decision, no military officer will hereafter Injure his army iUnding. at least during the term of this administration, hy sle nounclng auy citizen through the public press, in language of the foulest sense, even though he repeat this language to the l'resldrut In official form. Against a decision which JustlllM this construction, I. as u citizen, mnrt re ip.ctfully protest. While the decldon In its terms li as broad as the anuy.the hlgli sense of honor which always actuates the great boiy of its officers renders It certain Uiat the President' Indulgence will be rarely. If ever, needed by any officer se low Us general. Thanklus the Secretary of War for his cosrtfsles from first to last of tills busi ness, I am. very relcctfully. your obedient ser val,k II. V. HOVSTON. At the present writing it is not known whether General Boynton will resort to the civil courts or whether he will con tent him-elf with having placed General Sherman in the humiliating position he now occupies before the country. Closing Out. Read the Red Front advertisement in atiother column. There is millions in it. New Point. Our school closes March 4th, Mi Boyles gives good satisfaction. The fanners in this section are very busy preparing for spring work. A son of Sir. Ed. Painter has hail a 'severe attack of pncuuiouia, but Jis now recovciing. Tho new bell is on the church at this place. It is a good one. It cost $115. Mr. Win. Adkins has been suffer ing from n severe attack of pneumonia for over two weeks, but is uou conva lescent. Mr. James Pollock of Jackson coun ty Missouri, is visiting relatives in Holt cout.ty. He came home with his broth-er-iu-law, Mr. John Kyle and wifc.who had been visiting in Jackson county. Mr. Pollock will iay in Holt.until after tho departure of the Kyle brothers for Montana Territory, about the firt of March. - , Closiuir Out. Bead the Red Front advertisement in another column. There is millions in it. CloHing Out. Read the Red Front advertisement in another column. There is millions tn it. The CctisnR Eunmeruton; Mr.' Corydon F. Craig, supervisor of tho census for this district, publishes a card in tho St. Joseph papers, which conveys information of interest to so mauy anxious patriots in this county that we reproduce it below: "As very many gentlemen nrc con stantly coming to the city to consult me with rcgaiil to the appointment of themselves or their friends as enumer ators in take the census next June, I respectful!' request the privilege of of your columns to make a .statement: Firt. My business is Mich that I am constantly traveling in Northwest Mis souri, and, therefore, it is usvless for them to come to St. Joseph to sec me until the time conies to begin the work- ticcond. I have not yet received ivy instructions from the Department of the Interior as to the subdivisions of the nineteen counties under my supervis ion ; and, in fact, have not even receiv ed my commission. Third. While I have received a great many letters relative to these appoint ments, I shall be glad to receive and file other letters, all of which shall have my careful attention and consul unit ion, and, in time, be answered; but .it must not lie expected of me to reply immedi ately, as my ttmo is wholly occupied in tho immigration work, and as I could give the writers no .satisfaction, (hav ing no information at hand) unless it be to make premises which, at tho ad vice of fnonds who secured uiy appoint xient, I havo peremptorily but respect fully declined to do until all" the appli cations are filed Fourth I shall visit each county seat ( before making an appointment for ' that county. Fifth. I do not think the census of fice will be opened in this city before the first of May, whoii I shall be glad to sec any nnd nil applicantsortheir friends ; the field work will not begin until thu 1st of June. My only reason for thus rush ing into print is that I consider it my iln- j tr to inform applicants andtheir friends who desire to see me that I am nearly nil the time out tif the. city, and thus save them trouble, time and expense. Respectfully, Coutdon E. Ckiaii, Supervisor elect of tho Seventh Dis trict of Missouri." Notice, . . To whom it mar concern. Xotiee is" hereby given that tho partncrshii be-d counts duo them nro turned orer to Dr Thatcher for collection, and parties in dohted to said firm will from and after this date, settle the same with Dr. 'I'lmtcher. Oregon, March 5!il 18-M). J. A. Callen, J. T. Thatcher. CloHing Out. Heatl tho HmI Fntnt advertisement in another coUiinu. There U millions in il. "iVhlg Valley. Our school, which is being conduct ed by Fred Kellogg, is a complete success. Fred is a good teacher. He has a large school. Kev. S. II. Knyeart has just closed quite an interesting meeting at the M. J3. Church, with twenty-six additions to the church. I Professor Hill's lecture at the ehutch was well attf nded. All went limite feeling well paid for going. Come again, Professor. Mr. George Blazer's child died ately of lung fever. They have the .sympatly of the community in this sad bereavement. Winter with his chilling winds has driven the farmer m from his fields. Quite a number had already conimeii- ceu raKing siaiKS preparatory i sow- ,n(r spring wheat, lliero will De a largo area of wheat sown. The fall wheat in this section is very much in jured, yet should it be favorable weath er during March it may make an aver age crop. The depot, which has so much ch "ros.od our iniuds for some time, is now located. I will describe it as best I can. It is located on tho farms of J. and T. S. Swope, one-and-a-quatKr miles west of Graham, bordering tin Xodjiway river, two miles east from Tail-holt. The site is one of beauty, lying on a gent'o slope to' the east aud south, with tho Xod.uvay to the east, lined with beautiful timber of the var ious kiuds found in this section. To the south-west lie many acres of rich bottom lauds; ou the west nud north, gently ro ling prairie farms which are unsurpassed in fertility. One hundred and ninety acres have been purchased as the town situ. This town is destined, at no distant day, to bo one of considerable bnsiuess. Situated, as it will be, in the finest agricultural re gion of the Platte Purchase it invites men of capital, as is seen by the num ber of -st rangers looking for locations. Mr. Moor & Co. have Parted a lumber yard which they have at Tail-holt, . c, Whig Valley, ready to transfer as soon as the new town lots nro in market. Wo are sorry to lose Tatl-holt, but wo must let go. Occasional. I'onnt j Canrt. County court, was in session a few hours last. Tuesday, for the purpose of settling with the collector and drawing ! the graud and petit jurors for the next tci tn of circuit court. Xo other busi ness was transacted and the court ad journed till tho fin-t Monday in April The following are the names of the grand and petit jurors. -OKAXll JL'KOUS. Jno S Seipher, Geo Anderson, Daniel Ettinger, Hez Smith, .las Bhua, B F Hemming, BenFMorcnn, Jasob Sharp. B W Setl wick, Andrew Meyer, Jno (i Cowan. - rETITJCKOItS. C.Si.hlotr.hauer, Jonas Watson, M D Walker,"' Oeo B Chrtdduck,- Ceo W Quick, Juo Chesmi, Orvil ('rare, R P Trimble, Daniel Evans, Wm Baker, Jas R Bradford, Jno S Swope, Win FonJdmund A"io'ilt Peter U'hit ntp.r, A P Davenport, Moses Wright, Thos J Beauchamp, J Y Lawrence, T S Patton, Win FCaton, J II Glenu, Thos Wright, J M Trimble. The 3Ir.rkcls. CATTLE. Chicago -Active. 83.80 to $5.20. St. Louis Finn. 31.25 to $4.75. Kansas City Steady. S 4.00 to $4.75. St. Joseph Lively." $2.50 to $3.25. HOdS. Chicago Active. 84.25 to $J.G5. St. Louis Slow. 84.10 to 81.50. Kansas City-Weak. $3.70 to $3.90. St. Joseph Xo change. $3.75 to $4.00. WHEAT. Chicago Steady. $1.12 to 81.25. St. I-rfinis Ixiwer. Best. $1.25. Kansas City Weak. SLOG to $1.18. St. Jo.-eph Irregular. 00c to $1.05. COKK. Chicago Steady. 36c to 40c. St. Louis Dull. 35c. Kansas City Weak. 28c to 30c. St. Joseph Firm. 24c to 26c. In Forest City tho only change in the market since lost week lias been in Wheat which advanced five cents nil around. Obituary. EniToit Sentinel: I am called upon, to perform a sad and melancholy duty: to announce tho death and pay a tribute of respect to the memory of a kind ami affectionate friend, James F. Kinder, the father of Mrs. Robert Pat terson of Holt count, who departed this life on the 13th of February, 1880, aged 72 years. Death is so common in our midst that wo but too seldom, if ever, truly apply the lesson it teaches. But a short time ago Father Kinder was with us in noble stature mid perfect health, but now he sleeps the cold sleep of death. Death indeed found in him a shiniiiir mark-. His character was nnrc and he was admired and loved by alI who knew nim Wc are taught ... good namu is better than precious ointment and the day of birth. If a mm die shall he live agaix ? Death is but ths end of care. One graud consolation to Mother Kinder and family and friends is that the dread summons found him fully prepared and ready. His life wits that " ? .. .... ..t.S..S I 1 f 5J t. j ox a con.Msiriu uiiMMiiiu aim ivu uuiu no '. doubt he is safelv housed in his Fath er's house on high, whero parting is no more. Kind nud loving hands have laid his body away in the lap of his mother earth. Peace be to his ashes; consolation to his many frieds anil loved ones; gentle flowers for his tomb; and may sweet memories linger rround the name of that kind aud affectionate Father, .1. F. Kinder. He leaves a wife and three children, Mrs. Robert Pat teriin,bing the eldest, and a host of near .and dear friends to mourn his loss. J. P. R. ITorliciilt iral Meeting. Notice is hereby siren that there will iiil iiiwiiliiKr nf t.hn Holt countv llorticiiltufrtl Socieiy at tho Court I louse in Oregon on Saturday llarch 1.1th, 1K80, at two o'clock r. m.. to elect officer. for the cn.suinf; year and to transact any other business which ma, come before thu Society. X. F. MiMtitAV, rivsidciit, C11 as. Coliiskn, Secretary, Monthly Stock Sales. A year or two ago the Sentinel tried to awaken an interest in the pro ject of having stock sales in Oregon on tho first Monday in every month, or on every county-court day. The, matter was favorably bilked of for awhile, but no one neenied to be willing to take the lead in the establishment of such sales, and, like so many similar prospective enterprises, it resulted in nothing being done. Our attention is ajrain called to the .subject by untieing that the new town of Stanberry is trying to add to its boom by establishing such sales there. The Sentinel publishes a letter from C. M. Lackland in regard to the manner thestt sale are condacted in Audrain county, where the have been in suc cessful operation for several years; and, as it contains such information as would be desirable in case the farmers of Holt comity should conclude to try the experiment, we publish its material points below. We would like to have an expression of opinion on the sul ject from our stock-raisers. Here is what Mr. Lackland says: "Wc have no established rules at our stock-sales now. Some five years ago several of us concluded to have stock sales hurc first Saturday in each month, nnd the auctioneer agreed to .ell until the thing started in good shape without any charge. He, before selling the stock, announced that the owner of' the .stock had the privilege of rejecting bid that is all the role established ; and for some time we had the county papers to give notice of the sale coming off. And at this time it has got to be a pretty big thing. Parties in the adjoining counties that have horsus, mules, fine sheep and hogs bring thvm here to sell on that day, as. well as cattle, and all sell that will take what their stock is worth. On the other hand, we have horss and mule buyers here every sale dav from St. Louis, Illinois, and else where, to buy everything that is offer ed in their line. So now it is not an uncommon thing to see six or seven .auctioneers on the street, all selling, either horses or cattle, at once. The stock sales have got to be a fixed thing here, and now run themselves. Par tie who have stock for sale come on the publiesquaro with it, and like'go- ing to mill, wait thvir turn, or until thev meef'with the auctioneer of their choice to sell for them." Roll of ilo:ior. Pupils in the Oreg.m Public Schools who were not tardv during 'tho month ending February 27, 1 ??0. l)cpartinenl J:-:Charles Buukcr, Mag gie Berres, John Liikcus, Horn Luck- hardt, Maud Limbird, Maud McKmght, George Seeman, Charles Sterrett, Wm Sterrctt, John Zachman, James Tracy, Aggie Ashworth. Guy Cummins, Emma Foster, Myrtlu Kyger, Ada MeMurray, I in Pinkston, Liiiuio Peters, Louise Roecker, Cdia Rhodes, Frauk Sales, Frank Chiviugton, Samuel &"cfiulte,Maud Watson, Minnie Rhodei, Annie Luck- hardt, Julia Tliuma, Ed. Rostock, Belle Copelnnd, Minnie. Copeland, Nellie Kreek, Susie Birt. Dcpartm-nt 2 : Mary Rerrca, Anna Seeman, Lena Bunker, Anna Comer, Ronnie Bnulbuck, Id i Pnikstou, Cora Russell, Ina Xies, Wpodiu M 'Murray, Mamie Fry, Belle Cottroli.Ora Ituscl, I.ydia Kunkel, Irvin MeMurray, ,Gidoou Kunkel, Monta Curry. Seed Potafoen That mature ten days earlier, better quality and said to ilonhlu'MhR yield of hsrly Rose. Per pound. 10 cents; per pack', W cents. .MammoUi i earl late, decidedly the best variety I ever grew. price same as ab'ive. Snowllake Bur- bank and seventeen other varieties from 75 cents to $I.(i() and nnv other seed wanted at J. X. Menifee's. Slicking te Newspapers. The strong iiitnchment,of subscrib ers to we 11-conducted newbpapers.says an exchange, is fully confirmed by pub lishers. "Stop my paper'" words of dread to beginners in business lose their terror after a paper has been es tablished for a term of years. So lung as a paper pursues a just, honorable and judicious course, meeting tho wants of customers in all respects, the tics of friendship between the sub-cribcrs nnd the paper are as hard to break by an outsidu third party as the link which, binds old friends in business or social lifo. Occasional defects and errors in a newspaper are overlooked by those who havo beconi.o .attached to it, through its perusa' for years.. They sometimes become dlssutis.ficd with it on account of something which has slipped into its columns, and may stop taking it; lint thu absence of the familiar sheet at their homes aud offi ces for a few weeks becomes an insup poriable privation, and they hasten to take it again, anil possibly apologize for having it stopped. Xo friendship on earth is more conMuut'thnu that con tracted by the reader for n journal which makes an honest', air earnest ef fort to merit its continued support. Hence a conscientiously vo'ndncted pa per becomes a favorite in the family. The (.oltroll t'hiiilron. Eiiitou Suntinel: I sco in your paper a statement that my aunt from Colorado had arrived in Oregon for the purpose of finding and taking chargo of the children of hor deceased brother. It is tho first news that wo havo hud that any of tho f ami y wcr.o lost. My sister Emma I supposed was old enough to taku change of herself, with her qual ifications. She told me she had $100 Ki-vi-tl from school tcachiiiir. My sister Belle wo thought wo had left in good hands. Ma is paying $2.50 per week for Voard in thu family of Mrs. Gnrdner, while she is going to school. Mh bnvs her clothes aud sends her money nnd does all she can to make her a lady. Tho rest of the Cottrell family aro in Brownvillu, Neb., with their mother. Cnn ie trues to school. ! ttuppv t not "llillff to"t.chool. Oil tllO advice of an eminent physician. I niy- 1 0- help ma at home while she works ' 'm the gallery and she works hard nnd nli-utv to eat and wear. Al tliouh I am glad I have a relative who i willing and able to take such an inter est in our welfare, I make this state ment inerclv in jintieo due my mother. AXXU: CV)TTUEI.U. Oregon Public Schools. Standing of pupils for the month ending February 27, 1880. A (UtAl)E. Broadbeck B85 Berres Mary 94 Cottrell B 07 PetersSophia97 118 Burns Minnie 85 95 97 Bunker Lena 96 98 97 Cross Ida 97 98 t8 Pinkston Ida 97 100 Russell Ora 85 94 Seeman Anna97 98 89 97 Ashworth J 77 ColvinJohn 80 Soper Wm 80 96 Callcn S 80 90 Markt John 77 93 96 Beeler Susie B gkade. BerresEmma99 Comer Anna 90 100 Fry Mamie 94 79 Iloltz MinnicKO 100 Howell li Kyger EInia 78 97 KaueherElma 78 kauciicr era hi )i Knuciicri.iiiic'ju Kunkel L 90 96 MeMurray W 78 89 79 97 Polk Katie 90 94 Xies Nettie Russell Cora 80 100 Sehatz M 76 Suit. Bertha 80 99 Allen Eddie 80 Castle Otho 79 85 Curry Monta 80 Brans Eddie 86 98 KimkclGideon94 MeMurray I 95 88 Ryerson Dan 79 HI SenorSavi 80 93 Luekhardt W 79 90 Montgomery Hiram i9 93 Attention Farmers. The tindersicned harinz been appoin ted airent of the St. Joseph nnd North western Immigration society, lor tu purpose of gathering information and soliciting subscriptions for an immi- erntion pamphlet descriptive of Xortlv ... it; .ii .usl u . .... iiortiinitr of adrertising farms for sale, The pamphlet will contain at least 100 pages anil we shall print not less than 20,000: copiesjof the same, tube dislrili utcd throughout tho Eastern States and Europe. Parties having farms for sale and wishing to take ndrantage of this excellent medium of advertisement, should confer with . n . Davenport, the editor of the Sentinel. While wo ask no money to be paid us in advance of publication, we require that the money be placod in the hands of Mr. Davenport, to be held in tni.-t until the work shall have been comple ted. Our terms are four cents a word per card of seventy-five words, and two cents a word for each additional word. Any one desiring to ndvanco the movement by subscriptions will bo giv en books for distribution at the rate of 25 copies for even $5.00 subscribed. lnvtdfd he guarantees to us that he will faitliiniiy anil promptly tiistnoiue tlin same, ""espeetfully, COIIYIION F. C'.'Alrt. Agent St. Joe and X. W. Immigration Society." .Order of Publication. STATIC OK MIH.HOl'KI.1 coitNTV ok HOl.T. 1 In the rlrrult court ol Holt county, January term. ItSu. Holt County. Pl.ilntlfT, acnlint PetrrF.irrelly. Ifcinlrl K-Iottglilni. l'eter Slierlilan and John A I'.rrrlmirn, dclen.lant. At thLi (lay enmrx the plaitillfT herein, and I! appearing in the galMsclInn uf the court that the (Mrndant l'eter Farrelly. Ielcr Sheridan and John A liceehmen are non-rwddentx of the State of MLtwHiri and cannot be summoned In tld. action : whereupon it Is onlerd by the court that aald clefei.danU b notified by pulrfi rathm. that plaintiff has .commenced a sull against them in thl court : the object and cen nl nature of which is tn reeorer of said ui- f.-ndants, the amount claimed to le due Plahi- llR'as Slnmil oj a rrniiin whui u.uni iiii- -nf Minli for llw Willi llf H7a.l8 r till alsoall Intercrt dim thereon; and that unless the said defendants tmand apprarat this court at tlie next term thereof, to bo begun and nt tin. Pjnrt 1 1nitio lii therltv of Oreiroii. In Raid county, on the i.:tli day of April info next, and on or before the sixth day of naid t emi. answer or -plead to the petition in said cause, the same will Iie'tsVen as confessed, and idem nt will lx rendered xccordhiKlv. Audit t further ordered, that a copy hereof lie nub-h-hed according toiaw. WK. SI'UINOKK. Clerk. LACTOHBTER. We will send to any ad rtrtss.f rc. on reorlpt of one, dollar, a Lnc, tome'T. with yessel to hold tli milk. TMr In strument will note thu effect of different kind of "feed" as well as the quality of the milk, and rnahtcrou to weed out the poorstock.s It emts as much to k9ep a poor cow as' a cod one. 11 Is e-ieclally useful to th consumers of milk, as l; litest adulteration. Tfewlll alsosend.nn re-eli-t of thlrtv cents, one Bo of. Wafers, which jclll detect the presence of anydfleel'rioiw mlr lure: Jttlrcular will be enclestd with fulldl rcetitfis. Wo are also agents for Th'rmoinc !rs. mroniifters. inrt. Uydromelers. Artdrrs. a lib full name, Bostofflre. county and Ststr. " O. M PITCH ft ro. K7frlclmfrt. roaklj.N.. rmplojment For Iiallei. Tlie tjiiecn City Sftspen-'r Compiiiy of Cin--limatl. ar now' mnniitartiirlnc and Introili!- elnj their new HtoektiiK Surieirtpw for. Ladl'.s indOIIdren nnd lheir unequalled .S"nlrt Sas- ptudsrs for Unlles. Noun iho-.f I ho without , thvm ; our lending physlrlans ree(iiiimeiid them, aad are loud In their pran-J. TliU nianufactur lai; esUldkhmeut is inanaiced by ladls wh liaveniail.' tho w.tnti of ladles and chlldr)ii a study, nnd they ask u to refr theni lo soma re liable and energetic lady to Introduce them In this county, and we certainly think that nn ear nest solicitation In ecry Iio:irhIJ would meet with a rendy resoase. and that a determined woman could make a handsome salary and have 'the exclusive agoney for this county. WeadvUe some lady .who Is In n:d oremploymeat to send a postal cant to ths Oinpmy. with hr name SMdiuIdress". an 1 m.mtlnti th' paper. AdJress, (Juaen City S-tspender ComiMiiy, Nos.'ll7, US West Fourth Htreet, Clnelnnall. Olilo. Agents Wanted '5n nn v'tjovor 8.10 TO Large OCTAVO PACES. M'lTIl 0 1 Full - Page BSff- QUBMIl"1!' K2COUAVIXGS OIiulflyilO.For only ga.iO. Tills BrAlid volume eni'JWM Mlt. SH10 h Best Sermons, as delivered in CleTcland and St. frmLt, the rcsulU ot two years hard study. TIKY CAN HE OHTAiaeu MinnMit. Hse. Airfnts wl't And n rapid s-Ue rrdrywiH-re for thU Work. Our term are uutiiiuilled : out t 11 m Bfinl iitoneo tor this anil liezlu the Canvass, or address for W.,.,, & iew otk. or iiuciunaii. Final Settlement. All cmlitors and others Interested In the es tate nf Jacob Ifcipp. deenwiil. nn-imtlflnl that the undersized ndnilnlstraUr of said estate In tends to make tlnal settlemeHt of said etate at the next tenn of the l'robateCouit ol Unit coun ty. Mo- to lio hoiden at Orccon. in said county, oil tbeh day ot wK.jis. 1'ubllc Administrator. A Lady's Wish. 'Oh, how I do wish my skin was as elear and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend. "You can c.-wily make it so, anwerod the friend. '-How ?" inquired the first lady. "My using Hop Hitters, that makes pure rich blood and bloom in;; health. It did it for me, an you ollscrve." Mead of it. CRAIG NURSERIES WILLIAM GAUNT, PRO fit I KTO It I Would respectfully Inform the imhlle cener ally that I have purchased of the Jlmire estate. lyhiB one half mlfle north ofCrals. "''" iU,. Tn location for n Knilt Tree Surs.-ry. Tills land Is wliat Is temiwl second bottom, which Is Im bi-st for the healthy prowth and early imilu ri tv of nursery stock (hat can be obtained hi this country. Havlns permanently located here 1 Intend worUInc for the Interest of the ieople as we as inysel?. I will pnw fruit tm-s.vim-s. shrulis. etc.. and will make due f nilts a si-eelal- tv. Having nail ten years pwnrui.T j vllle. Mn.lam connueni inai mv Brii.inH of stock will Rive Ratisiacuon. my old customers. I refer to any of THE Frazer & McDonald FOREST CITY, MISSOURI. mtuvtllfvnt n.n.ril hnllkllllf blLslneSS. 1 Hells echanse on the chief cities of the fulled States anil Kuroi. Allows intf resi on den wILs when left a snecllled time. Collections receive carerul attention. II. I. FKAZElt. D. SIcDONAI.n. rtlKHIIlKNT. flAHIHKlt. J. T. THATCIIEB, 31, I HOMOJOrATHIST AND SURGEON, OKF.OOX, MISSOUKI, Office over A. J. Castle's Store. North Wd of I'nbllc IllRllt. Hiiare. Calls pnnuply uiaileday or 99 Something New! SCHULTE BROS. 4 Jiow have the Largest and Finest Stock of THEY EVEIi 1LA.D. Parties -Hrinliingr to purchase are jiie our goods and loarn Prices. Sclmlte Brothers, West Side if Public Square, OREGON, MX). Buy Your Dry Goods NOW! THEY Villi BE R. P. oaaE'!? CITY, MO., Have decided to clear their shelves before layiuj their spring stock aiid are offering their stock of Cotton, Woolen ai the verv lowest possihle of the Dry Goods Trade have the markets shown such strength in all the departments. COTTON GOODS ARJS HIGHER. WOOLEN GOODS ARE HIGHER. LINEN GOODS ARE HIGHER, - And thro is no tellimr liow sumers can rely on Buying their Goods at Lower Prices now than later Our prices are still virty low and we shall he pleascil to have our frientli anil customers avail tliemselverof.the opportunity to I1113- now before they are higher. R P. Zook & Forest City, jJIo, MAYFIELD WATER ELETATOR kUD PURIFIER. (Patcated September aer 1871.) It Is tba ilmrl-'t r'mctaro for rjirjwiUr on tha A aj'rlte" i. " ' . a it EatUf Ailjiuttd Xo ny Wtlt or Cut era. Any person can pal oneniafliUtamtGnm, It bu no attoebmuiU to any paitof the well be tde the pUfurm. Zrery ChaiaU Tated. The buckets ber no trala, except lao wrlzht ot tho water In to-m. The. eomiileta chslaaud buck- U beuucQalTsnixod alttr onstraeiloa. It nTrr corrodes. It Worlt Xatilg. Thi chl i bUnca ibjtlf.so thaonlyrcaUtancatooTrreuma Is the weight of the wsUr In tha baccu: krnee, it U the osly itracture tht snll niw wsirrfn'm dtep vtU$ Vttaontacrrr"B"lln5 Incrre friciien. BvillStvtryrtese. ItU ihonyptonUd wt erdrwrtu: bn.atocit thototvt lae pstcold winter In one latturo It '"rlM izkj wlih toe thermometiriM Atgnut btlov Xtn, miirj day torn week. As tha tDTartsd caps pass sroaiid tha wheel n pendrd In too casta nt ths b-.tuimaf Uiawtll.r eUtern, they ara eonawntly i.uUisrzin; ut UiroazatliwatrfroaU'boiomloUieUp. ThU sol only tborbBgidy alUir taewatar,bt It tireea a larg j anrplus of oxygen from tba al r into taa water, and this surplus ot oxygen li lUficUni to oonaama all ImparlUts or bigaclo maUcr In U foulest well or elttarn. MisuUctartd by taa Uajfleld Water BeTSter aad Purifier Co., 802 N. Sicond Strut, ST. LOUIS. Sola Owners ot the Jfsjfltld Patent. CAUTION. Ail parties sre hereby cantlcn c4 sxsinit nsinj( any Wskr JJierator watch la frlngts OA UU4 valcnt. J.E. ASHCROFT, President nnd Treaiarcr. nTVJl Z 1 ! NICHOLS.SHEPARD & CO.Battle W.Icfi. 7 iiuM!iti nuriuAi AMri only cpnuinp J 7 afAVKIIIVnTT nm TITT mm. A a.MavA.n. fvrHMUir, !UMt Ketrts-MTi aj IVsatr Milrtlr sm 48 'mmr uf lrMTrrK nmd C'taii ISalMM P A I ITI n HI 7 Tk" a-rfui aw. m. pruritr r UMw I IUI1 k sirtaaiTH)isaiarTTBavinrBKiHT macktata l tSa all I krtM vazUaa akxr art allrtnp lBt U "M aad pala aS lafrrtor a4 BkooxM tttltatWa aX taJaMMia gooAMm BE NOT DECEIVED kr tTMft ipniskrntal and vnrt!tla macalnrrT. It Vt t all.crl tko -UlUillNAL" aad Uo -K.Ul.NEto CTVr Ml prtlVlarm all r 4aW. ar wriu ta a $ lilatiritrsj ClrcUr, aka e mxil trrr. AdlrM SICH0LS, SffEPABD & CO., Bjttlj Creek, Mich, I solicited to exam- HIGHER, IIIGUBR. ZGOK & CO., in . and Linen Goods price. If eA-er in the history high they may go. Con Throalilns Machinery and Portable and Traction Engines TnT ST.VXDAJID of tMvU4.ftc UkrtvgUml tht Cri J Wart-1. M.Tt'IIL52S frr CrJ-SMli, TInS?Io5. rrtl J N Vii M 1A R A U L K l W t VatrUl. r-rWf r r&xw. JlwHfl VmVmimIiI., X"4-3l I Iwii. -4 Jftuff tf a!-UL ... . H tliVKI.lin tot Mdf nwrr rk n mt Nits ! I. Tlnkuhr. Ilnvt-r. a.J mil alLf 1 .ai la- 1 1 & r Lalf tlW C f 1 Vtll. U tttrt uZ. u-l"wrt i i.u ai. Mrk-r.ir rtU a Usi r K.U;aii-i.wr anje. CO LANDS FOR SALE AND , MONEY TO LOAX -. AT 8 PER CENT. INTEREST. Br J. Foster Marshall, BKAL estate.. LOANING AGENT, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Money to Lnaupn Improved Farms for a term of Years at a LOW RATE uf INTEEEST CAN PAT CFF 30TB WHEN DZSIEED- Parties having improved farms for sale, will find It to their advantage by placing the same in my baids, I am ceustantly having appllcactloss farjaprcyeg farms. Leave de-criptioniind price. Office over Scbulte Brothers Store. OBEGOX, MO. GARDNER BROS,. AGENTS FOR THE stuart-mam . a I it SIWII MACHINES. PRICE. $30.00, 35.00 40.00, With all the Attachments. All Machines warranlcd for Three Years. Wo repair all kind ot Machines atid warrant Miir-work fbronejear. U'e ell ell kind? of R:irt-to Sew ing Machine- and keep nil kinds of Nee.ll.-s. Old Machines tnLcn in cxehang" for nvvr ones'. GARDNER BKOS., AT SCHULTE BM'HEES SIDE OREGON. MO. M. NAVII.IX, St. D.. OFFICE OVKUT. S. HIXOE'S IBUO STOttE. OKEC1UX, 3lO. CllltONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY. OOl-.n'Ilwiirs.f nr.ii fA. jr. tp3P. 3U fiiusi'illatlon at oQ.r. free. t: eu'er's Ndlce. NooIr Is hereby given tliat letters testainen 'arvotatmnts'nillonoa therstetr t Joshua t'uf ry. ilii casetU imc prar.tr.1 to Uie uudri slKanlontlif day of February. l.xo by I to Jndseot Ibe rnn.!-' ro-irt of Holt riicuty 31., A'! ; r sin. Hat -' I asalat sanl r are re.ii.ire.1 to exhibit the-i for alIovar.er ti Ilii? exi-cuto.- wi;am :ie year aft-rthelat nt M Ui. nrt!i-m.iY tie lm-elndiil frm ' aav I .ent . f estate, and if such elalms bo n.iie hlldlciw- in two years finui the .latent s.,.d uttcis tuy -0;'nNCE. ' Eseeato- .tihb is boket! KDHKEL'S IMPROVE!! Wasliing Mscliiiie. IT RECOHMEXBH t i. i, tvii; .liit tmp ,ir riu the luot I IL.YU I I .1 1 " tender fabric. , lhieHUol ptlion or urcat. uu.m4i. Y..11 enii wash In tlic lurlor. kitchen or cellar I without splashlns the water. Tlie water In the machine lientirely elaw.1 up ...j ii... .iumiii uli! iiiitesrane.eoiise.iuriitly the water will remain hot much I.msrr tluiu fa an "Th'en'iii'chine U so arr.iusw.1 that It eau beset Into a ouniuiii Xo. 1 3-h.Miiie.: tub. aud U the most di.rablr iieliluc In ejikteuee. i You Koala mil no WHiuiui ii i" - CKiaiieriniiiK edtodu allthathr.'prexenttM. ence. the rTsht-anKle pins work Ins ou the sai.io 11 Ls Hie ntllV .IKLl-ailSiC inarmun in v.-.- lirturliue rs i: wa.nu It will wn one l.ireeat a lime with a -mail amorr.t rf i":ai r.oriiTe ureissiuii.-. i-i..u. .. 1 mil t. or them eulvaU-nt. with as much water as you ib'wsrl l'rice of niarhiue. WithTnb, S.0O. s.VHhontXn'H . . m...l li.nrlniiii liberal discounts I will Iw made. Tile money m:isl iuvnrbiWy ac- eamtwnv thrajmler. T.-rrltory for sale, k Jaaiidt bv r!l. Moiiev Order or .haft to tr iit?iilee. to wh. a all "'PV,S,''i,,',,,ul1 I Orcson, II oil Couufy. 3Io. Not Dead BUT STILL LITJKG OREGON TRANSFER AND EXPRESS USE T tho public I uouhl say that I am utill in the field and ready at all tlnun to aL'Cmiuid:to tuy patrons. Any thing t-iitnistiHl to my careMvill be promptly attendod tu. Comojou With Your-Ordox-s HKNRY MOI.TKR, Proprietor. I.. It. HXIMVI.KS, ATTORN EV AT I. AAV, i UKKtiOX, JltSSOCUt, Will lV.iellrf la nil fourts. Ileal E?tato lnt.N ms a I Colleelions promptly attended to. In these dnvs of peUefdrinnism. this isn't bid: "In tharcco for matrimony, f it is not always tho girl who covers tha I mo6t lnrs tbnt wins." "Grinderpttit" is a'very appropriate namo f"r tin' toolludie. I ?