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THE SENTINEL. TERMS: $1.50 PLR YEAR IN ADVANCE. FACT J .1 FACT PITHY POINTS. Is not n Mvlncs bank lit floor- DOBYNS & CURRY PUB'S, i CTUDAY, NOV. 2, 18B3. Tin: outlook for fciimlo suffrage In Waitaingto'n I'onltory U good A bill confining tliu right tins pasedthc lowei 'housoof the Legislature by a role of ' two to one, The Governor of Muswhii-elts and , hU'Attorney-Goncrnl, by their revenge ful nnd Illegal ncton toward Mrs. Leon nrd, woko op the wutnen of thnt Stnte. .Thoy will naturally want to know whtit they arc, IT women tiro not "persons." The United States In 1835. exported cotton goods to the value of about $2, .BjOW.OOO. DurlHg tho first eight month of the present year our export of cotton good amounted to more than t $8,400,000. Knclish cotton good hayu been driven trom thu American and , rora many European marked. , Ki lt I Heralded All through Holt Couiitv. nnd, In Short, ha Ilceonie an noknolodgcd fact, that the Most reliable house in Oregon to deal with ; tlio rince where roil can buy the MOST Goods for thu LEAST Mon Now Is your time to neeiue bargains. They carry a large stock of Yr It Is nothing new for thu Democrats to carry Ohio. In 1819, 60-61-62 and 'A3 they carried the State by round ma jorities. They acain elected their tick 'nt In 1873 and '74. In 1882 the mnjori ' ty was t'J.116 votes, while in 188.1 it is ' 9,893. It Is a wonder what that Demo cratlo rooster is crowing about. i i ViiF.n the Hoitiblican party began iufglcant c task of reducing the vast National debt piled up In crushing iv Democratic rebellion, the animal inter tcrest cl.argo was 4.29 per annum for Fovcry man, woman, and child In the country. It Is now ninety five cents 'per annum. An increase ot population thus of course nssiMed. Dry Goods; Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, CLOTHINO-I Hardware, Queensware, Glassware. Notions, Etc,, Etc, In their Hoot and Shoo Department they offer Special Inducements. Al So Gteat lisu-gnin in Clothing nnd'llats. Good Suits at from $5 To $26. The p'aco where you are always kindly Treated, whether ou want to buy or not. The plce where every ar Tide is marked In plain tlx Urea And Only One Price Asked, Is At ANDERSON & CUMMINS; Mound City Ever "Ahead ! AT- Tiie tariff bill, which tho Democrats have denouHccd so freely us doing noth ing to leesen tho taxes, has been in op eration three months, and the figures show that It has lightened tho burden 'about 820,000.000. This fact is worth reracnlbcring in connection with the 'other things for which tbo thanks of the people are due to the Republican party. ' Ttis Kansas City Timos one of the leading Democratic papors of the State, pronounces the Chinese "the cheapest and most faithful laborers lu thu world.1 In Cullforula tho Democratic papers claim that tbelr party alono opposes 'Chiuoae Immigration, and refer to John not ns "tho most faithful laborer in the world," but as 'the almond eyed heathen," aad "the moon-eyed leper." Circumstances alter cases. Upon tho recommendation of the commissioner of ponslons the secretary of tho interl ir has ordered thu suspen sion of tho following ir.uied pensiou attorneys: J. K.Cilley, of Hoekland, Maino, Francis Itegistcr of Philadel phia, Wm. H. Dnie.il, ot Philadelphia, A ilo B. Stvvons & Co., of Cleveland, Washln-jon, Detroit and Chicago, Win. U. Wults & Co., of Washington. I). C & Jas. II. Ru-cll & Co., of Tieton, N. .1. Tho conimi.jsloner recommended that some of the above named persons 'bo disbarred. Tho suspension, how ever, is preliminary to disbarment if the charges arc proven. Tho recommen dations of Commissioner Dudley for tho suspension or disbarment are based upon tho general charuo of improper practices before the pension office. Tut: following address has been is sued by the "old linu" Democracy of i-Massaehusetts: " Without abating our opposition to the political views and methods oi thu Republican party, we -Ss believe Domocratio succeca iu thu fu ture can be neither deserved nor achiev ed unless wo free ourselves from thu j charge of supporting candidates w ho have lowered the standard of political ' morality. Wc spoak to your patriotism and tiohor common souse to oppose thu re-election of llenjamm K. Uu lor. Caring nothing for party principles he i subordinates overy public interest to his own aggrandizement. Should ho Uignin bo electod the Domocra'io party of Maxsnchuictts would be hold respon sible for his administrative acts and ec centricities, past and future, while no .responsibility attaches to us for any icts ot Mr. Ivobiusou. Such being our belief, we can now declare we intend to du all In our power to secure the defeat of General miller, and we urge all .Democrats to join with us in such action." CORSAUT & MEYER'S Ladies' Jorseyes in Black and Colors, Hosiery and Gloves. Also Fresh Nov elties in Lace Collars, Fisclius. Scarfs, Mull Handkerchiefs, Etc. Knit Underwear, at Pri ces that cannnot fail to please all huyers. Wool Blankets and Comforts, Ladies' Wraps, in which we guar antee Fit, Price and Quality, Duster Band and White Granite Queoi sware, Men's, Boyn'i Youths' School Suits and Overcoats, The Celebrated Bryan Brown ShoeBj All "Warranted, Flannels, Jeans Cassimeres. In fact, anything you want. All the above we will sell to closo buving trade at a very sinall margin, Call and see us at the Qpera House SHE MOUND CITY, MO., Corsaut fc Meyer. E. A. WELTY & CO. SIPIEJ-AJK rJTO Citizen In Holt Every County : As Mound City is llio Center of Holt. So You will find us the Centre of Attraction in giving IJsirgains in All Lines of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Glassware and Qimensware. Wo soil the Phops, Dodge and Palmer Glove-Fitting Boots av.d Shoes, all of which are Warranted. Our Goods are alt-I,EADERS, ami our LEAD ERS arj a BARGAINS." Romemher we meet any and a JUST COMPETITION. With thanks for past patronage of our friends, W remain Yours Trulv, E.A.WeltyfeCo nvnoTxnsriD city, nvno. 9 LEVI OREN, -OF- n full ' 'The meeting of the union and con federate officers on Hull Hun field shows tho war is ended. Thoy reallj met us brothers, and tho only ruminis conccs ot that evil day twenty jeats ago, woro jokes and historical ml dies j es, the ono full of humor which was appreciated by both sides, the latter ill Vested of kII sting and prejudice, we may call this "the third buttle ot Hull Hun." In the first and second battles the soldiers pelted e.ieh othur with shiioklng shells and whistling bullets, but in this lattor engagement the heay. iet utsau't was mudu witli compli ments, and every man was wounded Tho'soars.of war wore covered by the yjusk of admiration and fraternal loyo ruled the field where tho curtain rolled up on iour later tragedy. Wlore con fpflersda and union wrestled in death in thosftajts of July 21 and August 29 they walked arm in arm these peasant October days, distant enly tho tlmn that it takes a baby to grow to mnn- liood, from fhp toriiblo tlne when men j died for prmhiple ami the women wnu pd at tho waning union. Hull Hun is a i.1ndid nlaco to meet. If Ihe past nsnsrw point Is now making his first exhibition of Fall and Winter Goods, comprising Line ot Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Glassware, CJueensware, Etc. At Prices That Defy Competition. Wc endeavor to keep tho Hest, knowing tho Host r nlways tho Cheapest. Call nml examine Goods and Prices LEVI OREN, NewPoint, Mo. Lumber ! Lumber! Wo keep constantly Assortment of in our Yards in Oregon and Forest City a Full PINE LUMBER!! Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lime, Hair, Cement, Building Paper, Posts, General Building Material, Which we are selling Iow Down. If you want Lumber Cull and sou us und get prices. i.,il liiinilH nn that field; and walk arm In arm over (hnj field wo know mo aro a nation, "one and iisepiiinblo. now and forever. K-inxns l it)' ,lonrn il Hob! itzell &. Pinkston Oregon and Forest City, Mc There ! Klft- I The Chilian troop Kmc ovaetialeHl I.llDil. The Xcw York Times considers llnt I lernsajokc. j A mountain of copper oit 1ms been , discovered In Nevada. j Uoadly's majority h.vs been slmmcrvd down to 1,383. 'Hah! The prospects for a row between France tnd China aro brightening. J Thero were 'Jt6 business fiillures In I tho United States and Can add, last week. fien Hiiiifock is said to bo desirous of becoming tho Democratic cundld.itc for the lUTsldenry. Judc Noonaii, of the St. Louis Couit of Criminal CorrcctloH, h:is decided that playing poker is n felony. Soino sixty of those lately cngnged lu the strike at the railroad yards in Ivist St. Louis, have been indicted. The Democratic prospects arc excel lent iu Alabama 200,000 youngsters arc growing up without schooling. Did tho pcoplu of Ohio who voted for lloadly understand that in so doing they were vindicating Vallandighnm? Frank James' case was called In the Daviess circuit court at Gallatin last week, nnd was continued until December. Wisconsin farmeis are entitled to the belt. A couple ol'sharpcrs are making fortunes idling them "cyclono destroj'-ers." Cadet Whlttnker, formorly of West Point, has established a school for col. orcd youth? at Charleston. Hoys with slit ears need not nppfy. Tho Cincinnati Commcrchil winds up the season with the following: 'Mini 'o Uoadly's malo area exceeded Forak er's." That's tho very hist. Twonty-six of the thirty.oight states havo Democratic governors. Twenty feven of tho thlrlv-eight states had Democratic excellencies iu 1877. Secretary Folger has made requisi tion on the civil service commission for live men to fill $900 clerkships which havo been usually filled by women. Gov. Hutler's administration illus trates Democratic leform. He has spout over $100,000 more tlmn his Hepublieai predecessor, and lias nothing to show for it. A Charleston, S C, man has a pet rifled oyeter. Ilo Is in daily receipt of hundreds of letters from church socie ties contemplating giving oyster sup pcrs this winter. The population of Ireland is -1,000,- 000 less than it was thlrty-oivlit years ago. It has declined almost one-half. Al this rale the Island will be depopu lated iu lift years moie. According to the declaration of tho bcdalia Democrat man, Dan G. Taylor, of St. Louis, was a radical in 1801-2. Tho Democrat iii.mi would not havo dared to tell Tayloi so iu those year. Hookwaltei spent 25,000 to help car ry Ohio for tho Democrats, and now claims that his ungrateful party is about to bring a Tildentto fonvuui for the United States Senate iHstuad of himself. The Old Man of the Hur'l is a very cun ning wire-puller. "Turn the racals out," shouts a loading Democratic editor. Tho Into Governor of Kentucky took tho philos opher at his word, mid turned over 800 out of tho penitentiary. There havo only been 100 murders in Kentucky since the 1st of Juuuiiry. Governor Crittenden has replied to the demand of tho Citizens' Organiza tion of St. Louis. He declines to ac cede to tho demand. The Governor evidently Is not disposed to abdicate at the biddihg of his enemies. Now what is Hronclhead, ct al, going to do about iiP On the Cth of November elections will be held In tho following states: Connecticut, Mniyland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New .Jersey, Now York, Pennsylvania and I Virginia. Only tho states of Massachu setts, Maryland, Minnesota and Now Jersey elect goxornors. Tho Enquirer-Sun, published at Co lumbus, Georgia, declares that the Ig nominious death of Captain U'iiv. was a crime moro horrible than any ever committed at Andersonvillo." It is perlectlr proper for Southern Demo cratic papers to defend Wirz, for, asldu from his personal cruo!tie, ho simply carried out the instructions of his sit perlor, Jefferson Davis. When the ty lant Nero died thoro was still some body bold enough to strew flowers on his tomb. Thu trichinosis In Saxony Is incrcai Ing and hprendlng. There are 600 ofll chilly reported oases. Tho mortality has ruaehed tho unprecedented average ot twenty per cent, of tho total number of infections. In many ol the dlstriuts entire families uro prostrated. Tho scientists who have been studying the plaguu have announced that tho disease win become cpidomlo if it continues to develop for the full period of n month as it has incrca-ed In the twolru days uuring wmeu u mis already oxisiou. Farmers loll u that thero is consul- rable old corn lu the country. Kven if thu present crop should be short one half, which is not likely, there will bo enough (or all nracilcal purposes, und eruin need nut be hluli. The experience of two years ago taught our farmers a pr&ctloal lesson, and one they will not soon lorget,ana tliat IS, not to part with all of last year's crop till they knew what this year's crop will be. Tho les ton has proved valuable tho prosent year, many larmors iinye unougu out corn in their ribs to last luom through Ihls winter, If thoy did not ralso r "nub bin" this year, T HP JRj ICE WIl, SIQXT- YOU COOKING HEATING Pookoi mill Tabic Cutlery, Saws, Axes, llatebeiM,V Scoops, Pump?, -1L Harbed Who, nay ivories, Pistols, STOVES i ...,..-gv 1 . rir'Sllli NatlH, I Bird Oanos, 1 lioltN, Screws, f uammerH, kus 7 And UraccH.Tin . ZJ Wlll'O. IMlltllllH Kor Tim HotT Cocntv Hn'riSr.t. "A Circumstance." HY MADGE WILDKH. Wr Infers, lie STOVES AT BOTTOM PRICES A Good Cooking Stovo, with Ml tho Vesel A Good ('ooklnj Stovu, with nil the Vessels $18.o0. 22 AO. A Good Cookine Stove, with all thu c$st1s ' 0 A Good Cooking Stove, with all tke Vessels, Kxt.Tnp... 35 IX). Heating Stoves, from $0 to $18. I also carry a full slock of Shelf Hardware and Sportsmans Goods, And In fact everything that is handled in a First Class ifardwaro Store, I keep In stock. Give mo a call and get prices, bcfoio buy- Ing elsewhere. T- Xj. 3P3E&XOIEL Oregon, mo. ANDERSON & BOYD MANUFACTUHUKS OF AND DKALERS IN Single and Double Buggy Harness, Four Points Ahead of All Competition: lHt.TIIE BEST LEATHER. 2ml.--TIIE liEST WORKMANSHIP. :j.-ave WARRANT EVERY STRAP IN OUR HARNESS. Ith.-WE CARRY THE RRIDJ"jES,"VSTIIIOF HAR NESS COLLARS BE AS SO RET NTM 'Sl HALTERS, 15RUS11ES, Braslies, Fly Ms, Lap Dusters, Spoiler's Patent Collais test in use. ouu Mon o is TVot How Clieap, ANDE OREG-OE", 13nt Isoav Good. RSON & BOYD. NOW WE IN THE FIELD FOR THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1883, With a Store Full of Goods We aro Selling Dress Goods Cheap. Wo aro Selling Calicoes Cheap. We are Selling Muslins Cheap. We are Selling Ginghams fcheap, Wo are Selling Flannels Cheap. Wo are Selling Cotton Flannels Cheap. We are Selling Ladies' Jerseys Cheap. Iu fact we aro soiling all kinds of goods cheaper than I hoy havo been sol for years. Wo have just opened tho largest and finest lino of Ladles' Jerseys, Cloaks and Dolmans Ever Exhibited in Northwest Missouri. MSFARIS&CO., Northwest Corner Fourth and Felix Streets, ST. JOSEPH, 3VCO. Instantaneous Photographs i New Process, nnd a Now Outfit; The Finest Tubes, Cr.morns, Accessories, Hack Grounds and Sceneries, lu the Market. Chonp Work for the next SIXTY DAYS. Card rhotos, per dozen, 81.00; Cabinet l'hotos, per dozen. Su.OOiChlldron. over live yeais oiu, iour coins lor ou coins; Old nietuie cooled and onlarirJl. After SIXTY DAIS my nrl. eert will bo advanced plato aro very high. T iwi now psepared to do ns lino work jb any in list in tlaf West. Remember, cheap work for SIXTY l)f S only. Views taken iu tl e city or court ry. Pieturo frames for talo cheap. Conio early I C'omo soon! Jo mo quick 1 P. M. ZOOK, Photferapher, Oregon, Mo. (BUGG1ES&1BRING WAGONS) tin iey Celebrated MILBUUX 11UGGIKS snd iro- strictly tirsi-uiavs; uu i oarvou havo jits t received roiuo of IMl?Jri WAfiOMK 'I'll. ratonfA" WboolB; bot Seoi'l (irowth Hiokory, thoroughly seasoned; lloest gradeA)f los; full Leather Top and Ciixhlnns. Inordertov nildiCtttradoIn the Uuggy mid Wacon Line, I will sell gins, i win al' as low as $75. K can sve tliuiu money a 1'lrsi-Ulass Vehicle on closo mar as Shop. .so deal in wL'i'ui' Roods, and can sell you a top buggy Bvory maiipW overy body Invited to call and see mo, .nn.l trou')jjrnt thoContiMl Wagon, Repair and faint If H. C. SCHMIDT, Oregon .Missouri. JVE, MARTIN dof ires to say to ovorj body that want to buy a sot of or anything else In tho MARNUSS LINU, that it will be to your benoflt to cot his Prices boforo buying olsewhero, as Iip has thu LARGEST and 1JK&T ASSOlt TWENT of HARNESS and SADDLES in tho Conntv. All mv goods woro bought right, and I gnaranteo that tlu'jr will bo sold right. I makn my own Buddies, and wfil savo you from 16. to 26 per cent, on Saddlos alono, 3D. DVC. 3VH.KTI3T3 OlilJGON, MO., 1st Doov South of Bnnlc. 18 Oft V. ThojWarfior icaldencc was Hint night nil lllc, urron'nded by nttistlo drapory, etiili as tho Weit could oonimnnd. As lovely ns tt may havo been it was not so beautiful ns IU young mlstros. Never, In liur llTc, was her heart so quickened. Never, to hur, woro faces so bright nnd. happy. Kverj thing had rocolvcd n touch from her reviving nud animated spirit. The heart sent to 'her faco Iho throbi of its own cxItoHionf , ,to, height en her beauty. Charles Hrford was for tho first tlmo In seven ycr a gnost They together unfolded tho brightest histoiy of their lives. It wm n ploae nnt reunion. "Mr. HolonV' fnld Mngglo Vr tier, ns the stood in tho hallway to bid him good-night, "do you often think of our past livos?" "Ah! often, so often; what n pleasure It is to contoniplnto and itudy thb futuro from thoughts of tho past. Whero U thero moro plea -uro than to discover mo pfinc.ploi, underlying our cherished Ideals. 'TIs thus with iho when I thlnW of those whom I regard. Oft havo tkeso thoughts been sure-o.tcd to nut. Oft huvo I looked back over my pnst me wiin a feeling of trtio enjoyment. Olt have 1 behold In tlto imacoryof tho soul, clustered around overy change of my temcmbered life, those whom I lovo." "Where," added sho. making indent ures In tho hat the luld, "Is human hiippl.ioss? It must bo those happy momonts and hour, authored here and thoro nud held off nt thu diatanco ot Iho future. How much do wo it is not a question Wc do build so much ot our lives upon these circumstances. " Yes," responded he, "to lovo ono oi me purest nml noblest of nature it but to realize n parndlso ot human in volition.' With this ho said It Is almost iinpossiblo for woivan to conceal tho foreboding of tho individ ual and s If attachments of her heart. In tho prcscnt o of ono whom Mio holds in high appreciation, and under tl.o proslgoof his manly intluonce, to tho. discerning eyo and divining mind, tho discoveiyof plauMb'o admiration mid wo natily lovo, Is an easy task. Every act and every word, seems to havo u touch of tuHdemefs, sympathy, kind ness and lovo The oyes sho v a ills lam watchfulness and a secret euro. Reason cannot guard the nvonuns of Love; nor place restraint upon tho be llgerent heart. Lovo is impatient, and cannot nwitit the decree of truant Judir mont. No phrase in the vouabulary of tno affections, is moro certain to betray ikis linexpreHscd regard, than the repealed words "good-night I" The mournful uecent, tl c yielding cadenco spoken iu n low, sweet, txellow tone, with a roser ed look and down ciu-t eyes with lue'aneholly and meditative mien, stilkotho heat t of tho receiver with such intensity, that almost uncon consciousiy reciprocal Interest is uwak oued by ihe unchiisplit r of hands follow ed br meetinc eves, radiant with light of lovo and resplendant with Joy hroiu the Herford place to tho Warner residence, was n dislanco of ono mile, through tho woodi and across the hills. And tho Inst Hut was heard of young Herford was his depart ure from jhat resldonco on that particu lar night. Ho could not bo tracod to .any point, and very quiet Jv the undo hail searched overy where and now, thMt one week hint passed, he became un easy, fearing that evil had overtaken mm. j uero wero suspicious ouuiManoos connected with his appearance. Uyles the saloon keeper had been at the mnnslou, ostensibly to pay to Geftrgo Herford some interest upon borrowed money; yet the samo would not bo due for manv months. The minister began to rovivo in spirits. upon winch the m ule looked with sus picion; not thinking perhaps tho moro ausence oi tils enemy might produce that efl'oet. It was nuppVcd thnt Charles lieiTord had been called homo upon business matters clniminir his immedi ate attention: so it has been given out by uoorgo Herford. Now, ho was de bating in his own mind what courso hn bhould take in roferenco to tho dlsap. pearenoe of his nophaw. In that morn-' ing'a paper, ho saw that Byles had sold ins saloon nnd was going west to begin tho fame business nn tho frontier. These cirouinstanco-t uonfirmeJ his sus picions; nnd heat onco rodo over to tho city to confer with thn officers in re lation to tho mntter. and contcmnlatod apiiehendlng tho tnloon-kceper until tho mystery could bo solved. And to his surprho, at the stt'u of the road ns ho appiuaehcd the city, bis attention was called to nn advertisement of "Public Sale" at the "Vesper Place" of all personal prQcriy, Injludlng the homostrUefovo an hour had passed, tho city was wild with excite, mont, nud the wildest conjectures and thtPiuosf. imrortsounblo thoorios wero current upon tho streets. to he continued. For Sale. I have a Hook of 60 hoad of sheep, including 20 hoad of half-broed Cots, wolds, and tho best Cotewold malu In NHrlhwont Missouri, which I will self at private sale. h. M. Kaui.l, Forest City, Mo. Grain Wanted. I will pay tho highest market price, for corn, whoa am) a't liinda ot grain delivered at ntj rffwJ.fo ih-Joo. Grove's building, Forost City, JlTo. N. C. Hatviklu, tbo cir- dis- J'.