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FRWAY MOUSING, JUNK 30, 1805.
James II. Neis. Attention is di
rcctcd to tho Card of this gentleman,
which appears in another column.
"".Thanks Our thanks ore duo Mr
Wm. Rall, of tho Billiard Saloon, for
valuublo service- kindly .rendered us
setting up tho oflico.
Wo leg leave to notify our friends that
we are supplied with facilities for exo
cutingVJob W)rk, such us Hand-bills,
Circulars, Pamphlets, Cards, Legal
Blanks, etc., and are prepared to fill all
orders on slinrt notico, and at prices ns
low &3 any other oflico, in this part of
Colobration at Mound City.
Wo notice that tho patriotic citizens
of Mound City hnvo determined to havo
a celebration of the Fourth in tho good
old fashioned manner. We are really
filial to sco so much action and interest
taken in tho matter, llopo tho duy
will be suitably and pleasantly enjoyed.
Let everybody turn out. An invitation
is' extended to all.
The Attention of business men is di
rceted to tho fact that tho Skntinel is
tho onlv advertising medium in Holt
county, and has, in addition to its cir
culation in the county, a largo subscrip
tinu patronage beyond its limits. The
Advantage of tho Si'.NTiN'EL as a medium
f reaching tho citizens of Holt county
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Wo were yesterday shown some spec
imens of this art from the gallery of
Mr. Gttoififa .P.Luckuaudt, west of
the public square. Wo profess to be a
judgo of pictures, and must say that
fho specimens shown us surpass any-
Sg of tho kind wo have seen up this
high. Those in want of pictures will
do well io give Mr. Luckhardt a trial,
suid sec what can be done at home, bo
fore going to tho city
Escaped from Jail.
two prisoners, Grooms and
PkTKnsox, confined in tho county jail,
the latter on chargo of murder, escaped
on Tuesday night last. They wcro coti
fincd in tho upper coll and escaped, we
loam, by deconding through a flue-hole
to the lowsr cell, tho door of which wab
open, and thence by descending fiom a
window, it i.v..y seem slrango to some
persons, but wo aro not surprised one
bit, to hear of a prisoner walking out when
tho door is left open ! Wo have known
dozens of such cases !
Wo commond the following, from the
local, of tho Hannibal Courier, to the
attention of some of our friends about
town. It is ejccidedly a good thing on
tho subject :
Tho man who presumes t pvo advice
unasked to a fellow mortal, assumoa a
largo responsibility. Ho may givo his
money if ho wants to, and no objections
'will bo urged. Money is a puro 6ub
fitnntivo which you can sec and handlo.
Advico isn't. Advico is an abstract
noun, and, as a commodity, it is a drug
f lu tho market. Advico is a good thing,
icvertholcss, when it is administered in
a proper spirit, by tho right man, to a
tradable listener. Who is tho right
man 'I Not ono man in a million !
When a gravo philosopher approaches
us, and takes us endearingly by a but
ton, and begins to open his mouth with
a view io advising us about what we
should do, or what wo shouldn't,' ho ex
cites in us, in nine cases out of ten, a
sovereign contempt. It is always timo
enough to hazard' advico when it is ask
ed never boforo, except whon you de
sire to instruct children. It will be
found in noarly every instanco that a
gratuitous adviser, especially on moral
questions, is a worse man at heart,
though a better dissomblor, than the
porson whom ho bores with his annoying
Popular Store ! Notwith-
o fact that gold is still on a
rSc e t i, n Ti ......
. ciiMra,1'Y!r'i.7ini wcbi or. ri'suc
rUin i4 WyVA''
lhleHien tft W pU'w,
Tho Delegation From South Caroll-na-What
Thoy Want, and What
tho Prosidcnt is Willing to Givo
It appears that tho delegation from
South Carolina are still endeavoring to
mako thoAisolves conspicuona at Wash
ington, having just had another inter
view with the President :
Washixoton, Juno 24.
A delegation from South Carolina,
consisting of tho following named per
sons, had an interview with tho Presi
dent: Judgo Frost, Isaac E. Holmes,
G. W. Williams, W. II. Gillctt, J. II.
Stanning, Uriah Itichards, Wm. P.
Hall, J. II. Taylor, It. II. Gill, and
James II. Yates. Tho President said
it was his intention to talk plainly, so
there might bo no misunderstanding.
Theieforo it were better they should
look each other full in the face, and not
imitate tho ancient statesman who, when
they met one another, could smile r.t
their success in deceiving people. He
said if this Union was to bo preserved,
it must bo on tho principle oT fraternity,
both North and South, the States main
taining a certain relation to tho Gov
ernment. A Stato cannot go out of
the Union, and thcrcforo nono of them
havo yet gono out. Wo must deal with
tho question of restoration, and not ro
coniiti uctiou. He suspected that ho was
a better Stato's rights man than some
of those who owned tho land and have
the capital to employ help ; and, there
fore, some of our Northern friends are
deceived when they, living afar oft",
think they can exercise a greater con
trol over tho frccdmcn than tho South
erners who have boon raised where the
institution of slavery has prevailed.
Now ho does not want luto (slavehold
ers to control .tho negro votes against
white men. Let each Stato judgo of
tho disposition of its own political pow
er; ho was for emancipation, for eman
cipating tho white man us well as the
Mr. Holmes asked : Is not that al
rondy accomplished ?
,'JL'ho President suid ho did not think
tho. question fully settled. Tho ques
tion as to whether tho blade man shall
bo engrafted in tho Constitution will be
settled us wo go along Ho would not
disguiso tho ftiet that while he had bcon
persecuted and denounced at the South
a3 a traitor, he loved tho great mass of
the Southern people. IIo opposed the
rebellion at its breaking out and fought
it everywhere, and now wanted tho prin
ciples of the Government cairied out
Mr. Holmes interrupted him by say
ing ho wanted to get back to the same
position as you ueauo, ana wu navo no
law and no courts open, and you have
tho power to assist us.
Tho President replied that the Gov
ernment cannot do it unless it is found
ed on ri;ht. Tho people of South Car
olina must hwo a Convention and
amend their Constitution abolishing
slavery, and it must bo dono in good
raitn, ami the Convention or Legisla
ture must save the proposed amendment
to tho Constitution of tho United States,
which prohibits slavery every where.
Tho delegates said : Wo aro most anx
ious for civil rule, for wo havo had more
than enough of military despotism.
Tho President resuming said, that as
tho Executive, ho coulu only tako the
initial steps to cnablo them to do the
thing which it was incumbent upon them
to perform. Another of tho delegates
replied that it was assumed in some
parts of tho country that in consoquence
of tho rebellion, tho Southern States
had foifoitcd their rights as members
of tho Confederacy, and if restored, it
could Lo only on certain conditions, one
of which was, slavery shall bo aboli'uhed;
this could bo dono only through a Con
vention. Tho President repeated, the
fate of the rebellion has rubbed slavery
out, but it would bo better so to doclaro
bylaw. Asomof the ' dolegutis had
just remarked that tl.e Constitution did
not uboliiu slavery, it wore better to
insert a clause antagonistic to slavery.
Judge Frost said substantially, tho ob
ject n. uur prayer, is., the appointment
or a uovernor. Alio htuto oi Sjuth
CaroMna will accept theso conditions.
in on'or that tho law and order may be
rcstoi-d, and that enterprise ami indus
try tuny bo directed to useful ouda.
Wo ucMro restoration as soon as possi
ble. It is tho part of wisdom to make
tho best of circumstances ; certain de
lusions have been dispelled by tho revo
lution itmong them, that of bluvery, as
an elonient of political strength and
moral power. It, is very certain that
tho old notion respecting slave rights,
in tho'maintonanco of which thoso who
mado tho rebellion in South Carolina
erred, has ceased to exist ; another de
lusion, viz., that cotton is king, has
likewise vanished in Mississippi. We
aro to, come back with theso notions
dispelled, and with a new system of la-
oor tne pooplo or south Carolina still
cordially co-operate with tho Govern
rhcjiit, inWking that labor offcHivo,
ahtLo!" rf 'Vtho ncuro as much ub
1st lintvmrttt rvrnrn n tent!
:lubor of enthusiasm
i.jno jleoplo of tho South
-iiit irt3 1 in tho Miinntinn.
i'o aro willing
it for no higher
aro williTrg tocT-opfcruto for selfish.
i for no higher motives. Wo havo ta-
ken tho liberty, encouraged'-'by! your
kindness, to throw out suggestions by
which tho policy ot the Government will
bo most surely and effectually subserved.
I repeat that tho now system of labor is
to bo inaugurated by sober, sound and
discreet judgment. Tho negroes nro
ignorant, and their minds aro much in
flamed with liberty, and thoy aro apt to
confound liberty with license. Their
great idea is a fear that freedom con
sist? of exemption from work. Wo will
tako in good faith and carry out your
intentions with zeal and hopo for the
best ; and nono will rejoice moro than
tho pooplo of tho South if emancipation
proves successful. Freedom to the
itkvo is freedom to the master, provided
you supply a motive for industry ; pco
of South Carolina from fidelity to hon
or hnvo submitted to great sacrifices,
they endured all ; wu are defeated and
conquered by tho North, who aro too
strong for us ; the samo spirit which
animated them in contest will not bo
found wanting in their pledge of loyal
support to tho Government ; there may
grow out of this blessings which you,
air, havo not forc9eon, and somo pleas
ing rays now illumino tho horizon ; I
supposo tho oath of allegianco will be
taken with as much unanimity in South
Carolina as anywhere clss, and we will
submit to tho' condition of things which
rrovidcnco has assigned, iv e cheerful
ly accept the measures in woloome, and
would thank you to nominate at your
convenience a Governor to carry out
tho wishes you have expressed.
President Johnson asked the delegates
to submit who they would prefer as
To this they replied they had a list
of men, viz : IcCluharty 'Boyco, Col.
Manning, lato Governor, and B. F.
Perry, all of them spoken of as good
men, but who had been moro or less in
volved in tho rebellion. Mr. Perry was
a District Judgo in tho Confederacy n
few weeks boforo it collapsed, nnd is
said to havo always been a good Union
man, and a gentleman of strict integri
ty. The peoglo certainly would respect
him and he could not fail to bo accept
ed. The President said he knew Mr. Per
ry well, having scived with him in Con
gress. There was no spirit cf vengeance
or vindictivciieis on tho part of Gov
ernment, whoso only desire was to rc
stoio tho relations which formerly exist
ed. IIo was not now prepared to give
an answer asto whom he should appoint,
but, at a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday,
ho would repeat the substanco ol this
interview, with a hopo to tlio rcstora
tion which tho gentlemen present do
The delegation seemed to bo much
pleased with tho proceedings, and lin
gored for some timo to individually oon
yerse with tho President.
Addrcsa of tho Misso;irl Stato Bor.rd
to the ivir, cr Misscrnr.
Returning pcaco biings to our coun
try a restoration of order, and to our
State a resumption of tho acta of indus
try and n reinstatement of our former
prosperity. A ieoliug ot confidence
and security, prompted by tho newly
awakenod spirit of obodionce to law, is
tally manilesting itseir throughout the
tatate. hilo trade is onco more seek
ing its old accustomed channels, the
citizen soluicrs aro roturniug homo to
resume thoso industrial occupations
which they l"ft to defend tho flag of
Tho duty of overy citizen of Missouri
at this time, is to devote all his energies
to tho development of tho material re
sources of tho Stato, and especially to
tho muucing ot tho settlement or our
vacant lands by tho hardy and industri
ous people of tho older States of the
hast, or ot tho countries oi' tho Old
World ; so luat Missouri may regain
wlmtsho ha3 lost in tho raco of improve
ment with her neighboring i.oe feist ci
Statos during four $ ears oi dcslar'ng
Our soiU fertile evcywi-.-re, nnd
adapted to tl.e cultivation of tho cereals
of iho world, as woll as homji, (lax, to
bacco, grapeswid other sum ' uioducn;
our climato, mild and Eulul
mineral resources, woiidrout
and inexhaustible ;?our watt),
supeiior to those tr an Sti
West ; oug great wMtli of tij
the mcst valuublo Ijinds ; all ih
tractions, posses8eo"i)ty Mioitlil
bo hel'd up,?xposeii;nd il!usti
lltoso contmuplatirfg tlio necking
homos in W'6tcri? America,
To facili'tato Wo performance of this
publio und itnwrytivo duty, tfio last
Logislatitro of Mi'isouri iucorpuiated a
Stuto Board of wnuiigratipn, which has
been organized, v-mil is now dilliontly
laboring to cfleeUJ'o objects contempla
ted in its eroiit'o'ij; t Agents me busily
omployed in d jscv lintrting tho informa
tion wo aro nbleAO. furnish them. Ar
rangements huTu boon made wUh rail
roniU loadin.cvlo tlQ Stato for half-fare
tickets, an other facilities for Immi
grants and thosotcoining on prcpectivo
Satisfied ofjtlm adtvptability of our
organisation to pring us tho population
and woalth of which our Stato is so
much in need, wo 9re ihduced't6 rriakc'
this appeal to all citizens of Missouri
to aid us in our labors.. Wo ask tho
pooplo of every county, every township
und every neighborhood, to organize
Ml. .... I I 1 . 1.1
auxiiuary uoarus, or niiopt sucn otner
means ns will put us in possession of all
tho facts pertaining to their respective
localities which may ho calculated to in
vito immigration. Wo will thus bo en
ablod to aid them in filling up their va
cant lands, or In sending good law-abiding,
loyal and energetic residents, to
purchase the farms and take tho places
of the disloyal, tho dangerous or the
useless portion of the population, and
to help improve tho country, contribute
to tho payment oT our taxes, and aug
ment tlie'gcncral prosperity.
Tho united action of all the people of
tho Stato is essential to tho success ol
tho undertaking in winch wo arc em
barked. Heretofore, other States have
adopted similar measures to those we
propose, and havo thereby been enabled
to divert from us the tide of imuiigru
tion that has ever been flowing west
ward. Missouri needs but to be known
to bo populated.
In addition to the ossistanco above
solicited, we will require funds to de
fray unavoidablo expenses. The State
has given us, by act of incorporation,
four thousand dollars. This sum will
not cnablo us to carry a description of
tho natural beauty and wealth of Mis
souri, as wo desiro and i3 essential, to
all parts of the loyal States of America
and over the whole of Kurope.
Wo earnestly appeal to cur mercantile
houses, our monetary institutions, our
manufactures, our railroad companies
and other corporations, and our leading
capitalists, to come forward anil aid in
this great enterprise by liberal dona
tions donations which will return man-i-fol
I every dollar invested.
We have appointed agents to solicit
nnd receive subscriptions from thoso
who tire to be most benefited by tho im
migration to be brought to our Stato.
'PI i ii'tl 1 tit 1 1 il ill if ti mf ifnil r i nil
n 111 IUII) J UVi VI VUI lU f Uli till
the leading business men and tho cor
porations of our commercial metropolis,
and on those in our smaller cities, anil
every part of tho State will bo visited
for the purpose of giving tho citizens
opportunities of contributing to this
most laudable object.
Pkoi'lu of Fueu Missouiu ! Wo ask
you to assist us with no stinted proffers
in our work, and wo pledge you that our
noble btuto shall soon double her popu
lation, and ere the next national census
shall bo taken, rank us tho first State
west of tho Alleghauies.
TI10S. C. FLETCHER,
Vir 1' resident.
THOS. E. SOUlEI!,
Mr. John Bittinau 3 the Special
Agent ot thu Loard of immigration,
authorized to receive subscriptions and
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Why aro good resolutions like faint
ing ladles ?
They want carrying out.
In Hi It county, Mo., Apt It ".(, 18(lr,. by the
Rev. 1'. ltos.i:u.. MR JOHN II. C. KRACK
CN'IIL'llllIl to Mlsi MARY 11. CKOaUK, allot'
Holt County, Mu.
At tho residence- of the lrlde's parent, tienr
Oregon, Mo Juno 18th, U0", by tho Rev.
I. UdWM.vN, Mr JIU'l'RRSON' KKIl'FRR, to
Miss SARAH L. JOHNSON, nil of Holt county,
At llu rcoldenco of Iho bride's father in Holt
"county, Mo, May 2J, IHOj, by iho Rev. V
Roszki.1. Mr. A11IEAM 8. l'RARCK to Mlsa
JULIA ANN KUNKIIL, all of Hull county, Mo.
At her residence lu Oregon, Mo., March SO,
1803, of Iuthmatlon, Mts. OAT HARIN'R 8.
wife of A.O. Ukv.in-.
Mn IUvan was one of tho olde residents of
Oregon. Pho was born In Greenbrier county,
a. on tho 'J2d of December, 18-0 j rcniOTcd tu
Mlssouil lu 1910, whero tho remained until her
death. She leaves u laiebnud nnd five children
to mourn her loss. Though not connected with
any branch of tho church, her llfii was that of a
christian, Her house was the home of Ministers
of the Gospil ; her pleasure was to mulfo thorn
comfortable and supply their wants. I'nobtru
sto lu nil her associations, her uicoitncss and
unalleetod tlinpllctly of manner won tho ufleo
Hi u of nil. She endured her last sufferings
without a murmur. I need only cay of.hcr last
moments tint when utkod If sho was afraid to
dlo, sho answered that sho had no dread of
identh, that her prayer hnd been onswerod,
When the moment of her depnrturo arrived she
exhibited no signs of alarm but looked upon
death and tho gravo without a shudder, mnnL
festlng nn abiding coufldonco that eho had a
home awaiting her Ic tho bright I'arndiso of God.
Her husbnud(and children, besides a largo circle
of frieuds, tanuot wee,) for her, for they oan but
feel assured that sho Is lu a far brighter land,
above, frco from all palu and tlckucss they can
ouly weep for themselves, that they havo lost so
good iv wife, so kind a mother, aud such nil
nfloctlounto relative nml friend. A.
oxu-A-iticia in virs'io,
,vttorni:y and counshlloh at law,
OFFICII Hast etilc Public Square.
ILL jnrictlcc la the local courts of North-
.TA3LKS If. INKSIH.
Dealer in Stoves,
AND MANCFACTCHKU Or
COPrEll AND SI1EET1RON WARE,
Nortlicas t corner of l'ubllc ninnrc,
tOul'lil Copper, Urn5, nml l'ewtcr tnkvn In
excbiing!) fur Tinwiiic.
pi:3l'r.GTI-TLLY Infoimt tlio cltlreiH oflloll
lj enmity n'i'l tlio public Kcnornlly tbnt In- Ib
piVp'UT'l to do ItliicUiOiiUhlnR In lis nrloU'
brancho, promptly ami on reiiKoniiblu U'rin,
SMOl' Socuii'l building cast of City Hotel.
Ufanufuetnrcr and Jfyacr in
II.llN'i:SS, SAnDLUSJIIIUDLKS, COLLARS,
Willi's, Sc., Xc,
Knst ciJe l'libllc Sciurirc,
LL WoiU ilonc timlcr tbv supcrvMun ul'C.ip
A tain .1.8. HART,
;io. i1. x-.erc'KiiA.iciyr,
- - MISSOURI.
am prepared ti do nny thins "' Hn of
buflncs'. I'ictures, such as
ami) o tvp ns, run ho r vr ns,
Taken in n superior manner, nnd nt
Drugs and Books,
Main street, North dido of l'ubllc Square,
iiavi: .vow in siORi: alargrr stock
Stnil tuiil ir:iii.v
Than Eccr Before offend !
yilICII, being purchased for ensh nt favorv
Y bio Intervals of tlio markets, wo nro ena
bled to fell nt prices that cauuot fail to satisfy
uoiu tuigcauu email iiuycr.
Pacific, Sprague, American, Rich
man, fJinmct's, Allcns,and
all other brands,
Illeuchcd Cottons, Drills, Denims,
Stripes, Apron checks
Ticks, Uambilcs, Canton I'launols.
Dress Goods !
IN' this department wo present n very full as
sortment, comprising ali Hint is new nnd at
tractive for tho season, together with a full
stock of Orocerlos, Hoots, Shoos Hardware,
Qneonswaro, Glassware, ha,, &o., nil of which
will bo sold nt tlio lowest prlcts, and the goods
warrauted to givo satisfaction.
Higheit Price Paid for Country Pro
duce in Goods !
Wo also have a largo assortment of
Such as llurcsui, Safes, Slnnds, Tnblcs Rockers,
aud Chairs of various kinds, which wo will sell
ns low ns they can bo sold In Northwest Mis
Bouri. Come, ono and nil, nnd exnmlno our
Block aud piicos beforo umehnilng elsewhere I
THE REBELLION CRUSHED I
New Finn, New (Hoods,
IN' ORl'.aON !
1). Ac C. JJAVID'.S,
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE!
"ITAVINO fitlcil up our Moro room, on West
.1L Milo l'ubllc Mpnitr, two doom North of
l'rlcc's Hotel, nml bclnp In receipt of
.1 L.'UtGIi STOCK,
Of DRY COODS purclmjeJ In the city of Slnt
Lull?, wlien pilccx were low, wc nrp pvpimil
lo xupply the Rood people of Holt nml inlj.iiuiiij;
counties with oiU of tho
Latest Styles !
Atul best iimllly, at
Iteasonable Prices I
Thanlifiil for the liberal pilrenngo we luve re
ceived thin fir, we Mill dillclt the cntitlliuniico
of Iho fftine, feeling coiilldent that wo cum tell
Above Saint Lmls,
D. K C. DA YIP.
TAKII.V tip, by Luc.i." li.unn, on hl p'nnlnllcn
In Nndawuy Tmvnbip, Unit Cniitily, Mn.,
on tlio '-'Jd il iy of June, I8C, n cct tain sorrel
mure nbout fix vears nil. tiltreii nml iv hull
b null hlf-li, ii slur In her forehead, nnd Iho rlj:h t
hind foot while; nnd wm niipralsed bv hnnc II.
Iddiiii: and Rebel t D.iviilj.ui. I wo di.lntcrcMeil
homo-holders of Holt Count v. Mo., on thciMili
day (if June, UmIo, at tho Mini of n'Vcnty-llvo
dollars, lahen up and npprnLed brfnie we,
latiict S. Halt, Mayor of Orcirnn. nnd ex Ollirin
Justice of the I'eaco in nnd for Hull County, Mo.
tireon, ,ri , Juno Jllli, lKUj. nl-lw
jYTOTlcr. ii liereby (Iveit that lellers of Ad
1 ministration upon the citato of Green II.
Tboip, dioe.w I, have been granted tu me by
the ll dt County (tt:rt, bearing dnte the ll'itli
day of May, l.sti.'i. All persons having claimn
.igainM Miid evtnte, are n ipiiii'd to exhibit theiu
tu me for iitlownuce, within into year from the
dnto tif raid luttvrs, or they may be pircludcd
from nny bcnellt cf Mich, estnti; m.it If said
elalius be not exhibited ltliln three yean from
the date of tuld leltirs, they will'be fnrowr
RLI.'KY VAN" lirSKIRK, A lmV
of tlio INtnte of G. II. Thorp, decened.
June l-lth, lMio. nl-lw
VoriCR U hirel y given that Utters rf Ad.
1 niinUlration upon thu istnte nfinitli
Iiiilln, ileceascil, havo been prnnted to me by
ibe county com t of Unit county, benrlnj dnlo
ribruxry 1 1 tit, I .",. All prrstiis IihvIiir
clttlnts nuaitii't sal I cstntc uro required to ex
hibit theiu for allowaucn within ono year from
the date of -aid lottirs, or tiny may be pi e
olude l from any benitit of pueb esdnte; nnd If
-aid claim be not exhibited within thrce'yenrn
from the date of eaid letters tliey will bo funtrr
batted JOHN" P. MARTIN',
ul -It Admluii-traliir.
ADM.VISritAl DIPS KOT1CJL
T RTTIHtS of Administration upi.n tho csluto
U of Juhu Markwoll, dtceastd, not ndmltiNter
ed upon by Samuel It. Young, late Administra
tor, have been granted to the underslgnod by Iho
County C'uirt, dated the Hlh day of Pebruary,
I8ii"i. 't he uuth uity of Urn said Samuel II.
Young ceased on the 8th day of Pebruary IfciiO,
by rcoc.tiou of Letters.
DAN I ML ZOOIC, Adm'r ile lonh non.
JOHN MAItlittHLL, deceased.
Juno 22d, 18(50. d-w.
iyOTICP. is hereby given Hint letters of mi
ll mln'stratlun upon Iho eslato of fieorun
Tiiorp, declined, huve been granted lo me by
Iho Unit County Court, bearing date the ''d day
of June, lSii.'i.
All lierums liavlnc claims nunlinrf said estate.
aic reipuiMted to exhibit them tu mo for allow
auco within one year from thu dalo of snld let
ters, or they may be precluded from nnv heiiitlt
otaid estate: nml If mid claims be not exhlbl.
ted within three years from the date of said let
ters, they will be forever barrul.
JdSLI'H THOMPSON', Adm'r.
Juno 22J. 1PH.". ul-Iw
TOTiri: Is hereby given that letters of Ad-
miiilstrallon unuti thu eslato of It. I'. I..l.
loch, decined, have lieen grunted to me by thu
County Cuutt of Holt County, beating date May
JOlh 1UIS3. '
All persons havlns claims nciinst snld eslnle.
are reiiuired to exhibit them for nllownncc,
wlililu oneyenr from tho (Into of sa d li tter", or
they may be precluded from nny benelit of such
estate: and it said claims be not exhibited with
in tluec years fivm the dute of fntd letters, Ihey
will bo forever barred.
II. C. Ol'PUTT, Adm'r.
Juno 22J lfO.'). l.w.
WIinRP.AS, Wllllntn; Lornnce, by his iked,
H coiiiuionly callwl u deed of tiiisl, dated
June 'JOlli, 18.V.1, conveyed to the undcridgniil
tlie loiiowtng real cstnte, situate, bins nnd lu-
ln lu theCounty of Holt, nnd Stnto of Minnuri,
ti'-wlt : The West half of section twenty-two
(ii) in township sixty one, (til) of raugo thirty
seven, (37) which said ccliveyauco wns made to
secure Iho payment of a certain Promissory
Note in said deul dcccrlbed. And whereas, it
was further provided lu und by enbl deed of trust
that if Iho sum of money secured by snld dei (1
of trust, should bo paid nt tho timo the pnmu
should become duo and payable, then said deed
and Iho conveyance of the real eslato thereiu
conveyed, thuuld become void mid of uo elfect :
but If the tnld Liranoo should full to puy said
sum of money with tlio Interest thereon wheu
the fame fhould become duo nnd nm-aMd n
aforesaid, It wns further provided that Iho uu-
itcrtigncu suoiiiu, nml lio wns by said deed of
trust nuth'oriml to sell snld real ndtnlnnftrr vr.
Ing thirty days nolloo of tho timo. nnd idneu of
such sale, with n description of the properly to
bo sold lu the County of 1 rolt, and Stato of Mis
souri : And wherens, tho said Lornnce lins failed
to pay snld sum of money In said rrom!snnry
Note specified, nud tlio same still remains due
nml uupald, thcrcforo notico Is hereby given that
i, iuo uuiiemigiuu us Trustee, will, ou tuo
(tfi dau ot Ausust. 18U5.
at Iho North door of the Court house In tho
town of Orcson, Holt County. Mo., between Iho
hours of nine o'clock lu Iho fcrenoon, and six
o'clock in the afternoon of f aid day. Proceed to
sell said described Real Jlstutc, at publio nuo
tlou to the highest bidder for cash In hand, to
satisfy said promissory uoto and Interest thereon,
(ugciuer nun me costs oi mis irusc.
J. V. MARTIN, Trustee.
Juno 20th, 1505. u