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Orcaon; afiHom-l ,
-lCThV,fu)lewlng named pntltracntw author
ized ngenU for the Smtinw mid!WlllMOlvo
lWror'amot,w ' , r
e tJViiUAM, Hqp?T?u.f, Mund CUyMo,, , ,
iaoaiYrii'v Forest City, Mo.
T . J . J
i Miu Dlakcuaud, -who lives a little
iiBt'ol tOwn;':had this' seasrifi, a curios
ity ln.thoiform af fruit. IJo ,hdi two
btincHcs of haiolnuta grovring'l.upoh W
wild grpo.i,vuef Tbovinp hai grapca
upon it. Ho bari'66nt his hazclnut
pg $ 0w (axcra jlubrof,New
, VorV Ploaitrat. '
, Oalto .bovy of tho fair ones of Ore
gon favored us with a cnll last Tuesday.
These "angelic, visits" are very pleas
ant tons, dwolling, as wo do continually,
hvtho presonco of the "Princo of Evift"
Wo tender many thanks to tho ladies.
IlopprtheyiyjlUallain. t - '
Mrs. ' Jutlgo ,E(VANS, of this place,
sent us, lost wcok, tho largest tomato
wo ever. saw. It mcasurod eighteen
inches , in '.circumfcrenco ; and would
bo sufficient for a meal for a family. In
dimensions, if not woight, wo aro in
clined to think it beats tho FultOn man's
"all.hollow." , ,
Want of iiumtor.
Tue scarcity and high prico of lum
ber is sovoroly felt at this placo. Wo
aro informed that many persona havo
been deterred by this, from building
houses, who had contemplated doing so.,
Old houses which should bo pulled down,
and would bp, could lumber be procured
at anything like reasonable prices , are
being re-roofod and repaired for uso,
to supply the increasing demand for
dwelling houses. Can thoro bo no rem
edy found for this? Wo should think
th'o lumber business could bo made very
' Err'atumP '
i! An .error occurred in the. first para
graph of1 the articloon Pear Culturo,
published, last week.-, ' For tho i word
"pair," road pear. Mention is mado
of this for tho reason that somo people
are' 'so simplo as to think such, errors
are mado through ignorance" None but
tWa'acquaintcd with, tho art can havo
i proper conception of, thq difficulties to'
bo contended with. In tho hurry of
getting to' pros' U(JisrthbVoa8icsj; matter
imaginable to overlook such errors ; and
thcro is nothing which annoys us more
than to discover them after the edition
has! been, worked off." Manuscript
articles, 'jf' pr'escntpd to, ,the public in
their ''original beauty," would often ex
hibit sad delinquencies in many respects,
not tho loast of' which would bo in or
Tho Wilson Tragedy.
Mns. Wilson was again arrested on
Friday, last, upon tho charge' of mur
dering her husband; An examination
of his remains, which was had, demon
st'rating the vfaot that lfo camoMo his
(ieatit.'from wounds and'bruiBos recoived.
Instead of his ankle,, being ' dislocated,
as before .reported, it was found that
liis leg, "jus b'glqw tho knoo-had beon
ehatterod in a terrible mannor, and that
his body had been "nther.wigo'.dreadfullyi
bruuod. Mrs. Wii.aoN.:iwas ,eaminod
on Saturday last, bofeWMayor.and ex
officio Justice Hart, with Judgo Evans
as associate,, and. found guilty of mur
der in tho first degree; She was com
mitted to Jai.",Her companion in
crimp, and degradation, Miss, .Conn, bo
foro tried for'. -assault and battory, and
acquittod, iinmpdiatqiy ,'lbft, for other
parts.. This sad leesonit is hoped, will
bo a, warning to, others of like character,
nevor to, contaminate Tnthjhoir preBenjo
this , christian, 'community i Oregon,
preVibUato thW,, andjij cmpa'rj&wUh'
manylotbepptaecsi. b eu ytwerbis.
ly freo of suchhaAatefrr tho high
Btato of rtnorality yfJkax -GMsisyfiaving
ctiMlty'tiinm a'owHVnk'eP (hem'
atj, distance., Wq'&fMf the timofar
"gjfeiwa? A'ttaWiw tho
ono mentioned. (
Reported by. Zook. , an Boskirk,
Renl JSstate- AgontajiOregonMoiit i ir
120 nr.rpfl. 4 milnnnnrtti nt Clmnnn.
0; 'clrea ' cWtiva'fKn,' &pn fibWt
Ooodibg'to S. Si Medows,,for2jl66:'
' House' and;;lpi WFpt'd, fro'n)i
F. Libby tovOrViilo- Grave's? for $500.
0, acres two. -miles oast , of Orogon,
fpom B. F Weaver to 0,K' Smith",
for.ft75o.. : "
.f, 80 acres 'six' miles south of . Oregon,
irom. vi vvoney to o. jueaumont, for
i SQ. acros of timbered land, tWQ'' mljes
south of Oregon, from G.!w..kelly. to
H. Pattersoh fo"r'S20O: 'J ' ,oh- ' -
40 acres 0 miles south , of i.Orcgon",
from Waltor Brownleo to Y. P. Worloy,
for iilo . i
' 10 adfes.lO'hineM northwest of Oro-
gon, from Wi Jt arshali to J. II. Gri-
sin, for gioi).
40 acres 8, milon North-wnat Af Orn
gon, fromG. Wl'Compbch toV. j;
" Hocordor'a Offlcc.
! Tho following report of tha number of instru
ments of writing, recordoJ la ItccorJor's ofiice
of Holt County Missouri, from'Sopt. let, 18C1,
to Bcpt. let, 1805, may bo of Interest to eomo of
Conveyances of Land, D25
Trust Deeds & ..torlgsgos, 85
. Towers Attorney, 0
Articles of Agreement, . C
Cases, , 2
Mnrringo Contracts, " 1
llcccipts, : , 1
Quarterly Moo tings, . ;
Tho third round of quarterly meet
ings, St Joseph District, Missouri and
Arkansas Conference, w.ill bo held at'
.dates as follows :
Savannah, Sept. 9 ; Fillmoro,' 10.
lOrcgon, 2D; Rockport, 80; Maryvillo,
October 7 ; Mt. Pleasant, 14 ; Empire,
21 ; Albany, 28 ; St Joseph, Novem-,
ber 4 ; Plattsburg, 11 ; Purkvillo, 18
Maysvillo, 25 ; Westcn, December 2.--
A late Washington dispatch says that
tho Emperor Maximillian recently sent a
letter of condolcnco on tho death of Mr.
Lincoln to President Johnson, but the
lotter was t refused acceptanco on, the
ground that no such persdh as the Em
peror of Mexico was known or recog
nized. The Grand Indian Council of all tho
tribes from tho Arkansas frontier,, to
New Mexico, will bo hold at Fort Smith
1 . T - . n i i r.
commencing mo xaz or aeptcmDer. it
will boan affair of great interest and
novelty and undoubtedly bring' thither
a largo concourse of pooplo; "j-
ON tho mix t., at raU8Vchy,J'Nb.,'liy"Eld.
It. C. Bahhow, Mr. THOJUadf. ,juiiOVN, to
MissELVIHA G'. TAXTON, both formorlylof
noltoounty, Mo bit'jiVT of Falls City. 1
, . webd;s;
' iii'rifes'T PUEMiitJiYi
Shuttle Sewing Machine
.Has only to bo Seen mid Oiierivleil
to uo Appi'coiattidi
! CALL and see for yourself .fyeforo puujir.finj;.
l'leaso bring Sampjo of .vnrous. kinds pf thread,
(such as is, usually fouijd at stores,) and vmipus
Alnds of fabrlo, , which "you icnow tho former
most popular Sowihi:' Machines either cannot
work a( all, br,'tbost, very.imporfectly.
over any other Machine la .tho;markot will be
let. It runs easily aad rapidly; arid in so oon
atructud as to enduro all kinds ofucflg),
j 2U.JNo breaking of threads in going OTCf
Beams". " " ,v.
t 3d. No imperfect action of tho feed at uneven
plaoes in the work,
th'. Tho t WoW-stitoh catcbcaiof iUolf, &nd
will sew from tho' 'finest' laeo'jto' tho licuvltst
leather, and from 1100 oottoa 'to conrso linen
j 6th. The Weed Machino 'will dcV loaullful
bullttng on tho bare wadding, without' using ln-
per lining, thus leaving it soft as if douo by
6th. Tho variety of fancy work that can lo
lono on tho
WEED , MA.OIIIISTJIi3,
vlth bo little, trouble, maAos Uequa1), if net au
lerlor, to six maojukjm combined for inutnuoo
t Binds, Herns,: luokfl nd sows on.lhe baud At
ho tame time, Bodiunottlia ' 1 I
WEED NO. 'JMACIII1VE,
is before aiated, Is cqulValcnt'lo a'cbmbrhalio'ri
if any six' ordinary maoHinbs'. '- 1
Orders for machines may b'e scnt' tn'rougti th'o
lMnioAN'ADYximsjNq Aaiipijj80 Brodwayi
JBclbww'e BlTb:a'few'P.,ioe,S-:,',f''.tl ' " '
o. 2 Oil Black'lValn'ut'OrnaWcn'ted'wltli ,
Hommer, ' SOO 00
Jo. 2, Oil Black.WalnutHalf Cfaso, Or- v J
I namenieu, wuniieramer, ,,. , Co 00
No. 2 Kxtr Oil Polished' Blaok'jValnut, "
Hllil) (ll AHI EItS
S T 0: Y E S .
( C'Q JtyL PAN y ,r
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
. MANUFACTURERS OF
IMrOUTEUS OF & DEALERS IN
TIN P L,A T E , ,
AND ALL KINDS OF
XI2V3V 13 35. S ' STOCK.
Stovo Dealers and Tinners can rely up
on being supplied at tho low
ST. LOUIS, mo.
THE AMEIUCAX COXl'I.SCT.
1 History of (ho ttrcut Itcljcllioii.
UY U0HACU QtinCLtY.
rnnisworkwljLba pHnte'd on finop.npcr, and
ju issuuii iu iwo iurgo uouuio column octavo
volumes of CIS pages each, illustrated by Maps,
Uingrnms of Battle-fields, Sic'gos, Naval Actions,
vlows of places of historical iutcrest, (obtalnod
from o'fliciat reports in thq War and Navy De
partments, etc.,) tocother with a lareo number
of fine steel plato Portraits of prominent done-
nua nun oiuer uisuugmsiicu persons connected
with tho War, both North and' Southii.Tho
work, when completed, will dout'aln upwards of
ono iiunurcu .Maps ana uingrams or uattlo-nclils,
and cannot fail to tiiko tho firBt'rank as a Stan
dard history of the Aracrlcau Conflict.
Volumo I., covering a period from 1770 to
ISO!', will present a more coinprclicndvo cxlilb
It'of tlio'causcs nnd Incitements of tho rebellion.
tracing tho. influences of slavery lu moulding tho
opinions afjtho people, and in shaping tho des
tinles'of oui'cfluntry, than any simllttr work. It
will also contain seventy portraits on steel,
classified and arranged in appropriate groups,
besides other illustrations of much interest.
Volumo II, will bo published as soon as nrac-
tlcable. In all respects, it wlll.be fully cnual to
Vol. I. It will contain a yaluablo oopper'plato
map oi mo oeai oi war, aoout 1!8 by H inclics,
cngravod expressly for this work, presenting in
onovlcw tho wholo fluid of Military operations
its rlvprs,. railroad?, battlo flolJs, principal mil
itary rtylWs traversed by tho largo armlos, etc.
SUPSORIOItVt TO TUB AMEIUOAN CONFttCT WILL
! TLEASE OD3EUVE:
! 1st. Tho undcrsignod liorcby guarantco that
(tho volumes to bo delivered shall, In.overy re
spect bo equal to tho dcscrlptlon"ciVn'on this'
card, and in tho ncent's order booUr otherwise
,Duusriuurti win uui uo ouugou io, roam tuo
-J. Tlio work is sold exclusively by subscrip
tion; through authorized traveling ngcut., and
in'nrtdaifo'oan'lt uNlolilaiued in the book Mnros.
.. I'M t .virvtr o '
t. 'It: v.iulu, y i i pre- t
avu! ') Unt.'irf-fnj sit1', un i
4il. The vrorl. will b,; fiir&it'ied
"icvf at tho fiiibwir.if nrkii. iMuh vo'.i
ipaid fur on doVu'ery j
I'nco per Volume, Ilegular I!diti.,a,
Dmhobsed Cloth, l'luin Udgo,
Luthi, MnrbUd Hd;o,
i:x(ia Cue Library JMItlon, Hull'
('.ill. Mm bio I'Ago,
0. 1) V'ASB CO., Hartfonl, Ci-m.,
a. &0. iv. aiiLiiwooD. cmoxo,
L. UU'WIILN'SON. AKcnt. nlO
In the Nodaway Cuci' Court, in vacation.
I . AlMtlHt-ctJl. JKbS.
'John itvcliasn, R 1
Wm. 11. WlUon, iAtill, . Civil action by
against 4 taclimcnt.
J. E, .ninpbcll, ff!t. .
TVliMV'at'tlds(Jvvx.nijirj) John! Qvohoaiiand
J. U'lllLim U. V ' ' ! 'Hnlaiii MU lu tlm nVnJS
'ontitled 'cause, ' ; V, li.vUiudi'rtigiiod clerk of
circuit com t of Viaway bounty, in vacitlon
iind tiles their XfWu ui1 ufli'liult, stating
iimonKt other iincs, that'tho nbovo iiamod do
fondant, J. Ef auipliell, i a uon-iosldent of Iho
State, so that'-HVorUlniiry process of hw tan
not bo servei'ilNi "iiu. It H tlicrtforo order
ed by tho clfi alorcsaiii, in vacation, thar iab
lication bo lnif1 notifying him that an no'lon
ins liccn comtUlCCU lliraltist him. liv nrtlllnn
ml iltia.imi.iAill tlio Circuit court of NmU.I
- ..r.,.i ,,lll,. U,ln .r llL.i !
u tlin o cert yrumusury noies, lor tho sum
f ono huiidii dndi.lcven dollura aud ninety
ents, that v,ropeny is auout to ue attaetied.
and that un-J ho bo and appear at tho uoxt
term ofsaUtfifV1. lo.hf hoWcn at tho Court
Houso lnf)fyxwi within tu6 county of Noila-
Kuy, onJuifuin auy or Uotobcr, lmia, nnd on
br beftwp tlijthlrd day tbcrtdf, If tho term shall
o lorgconWo.Minni! not. then befoio thoend
f tlo tcinf vugomcut will Do rendered ognlnst
dm nnd h.lVruncrty told to efttlsfv tho namo.
It is fiirther dorod thatu copy hereof bo pub
l'uhcd In thtiolt County Sentinel, nnoivsunner
f ubllshcd info County of Holt, in tho State of
Missouri, fofnir wctH successively, tho lust
insertion to I at leant four weeks bol'uro tho
ommrneoiii of tho noxt term of fald court.
Atruoccf Attest t
W JOHN 0. TRlllIUNU1, ClerA-.
'.m & VnAurtlrWtt'ys forM'ttf. "i'lO-Jt ''I
' TO SAYE.'MQNEY,
1; '',! I5U XOUR GOpDS
B. F. POTTER'S !
! " AT TUB
' phi Stand of T. J. WEEK,
jtAVINOilicatod as above, 1 would Inform the
IX citizens of Orccon and vicinity, that I havo
HOW' ou liauds and am .dally rccolvlng a largo
anii iron sciccteu stocK or
DRY GOODS, '
. . SHOES,
. Whlob. I offer at prices which must bo au lu
dticcment to purchasers.
., . , . B. F. TOTTER.
.'n41y ',' f' . .
Manufacturer and Dealer in
IIABNESS, SADBLE3, BIUDLES, COLLAItS,
WIIU'3, &c c,
NOIITII-WIIST COM. TUB. SQUAIIE.
ALL Work dono under tho suporvlelon of Cap
tain J. fc. II ART.
Wholesale and llctail Dcaltrs in
Leather, Hides, Trunks, Valises,
No. 03 Second St., Nearly opposlto l'ost Office,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
.Samuel "Watson Si Soiih,
Cassuncrcs, Salitielts, Jeans, Blan
kets, Flannels, Linscys, Yarns,
tJuUoll Carding, Fulling, Coloring, and
Dressing done to order.
T) ESPECTFULLY informs tho citizens of Holt
j county and tho public generally that he Is
prepared to do Blaciismlthing in its various
branches, promptly and on rcasonablo terms,
tJllUl' Sccouu building oast oi City Hotel,
Patronize Home Institutions nnd
Keep Your Money lu the State !
State Iiisnranco Co.
. ' OFFICE-No. 28, Main Strcot,
Authorized Guarantee Capital, S300,000 !
Damage bti Fire
and Lightning at fair rates.
.Given .to Insuranco on Farm Property, Dc-
ttacncu Dwellings, and their uoutcnts.
J. T. IC. Havwaud, Pres. Hannibal & St Joseph
Josiau Hunt, Banker,
iAmos J..Stii.i.weli.. Merchant.
O.i W. Shields, Pros, Piko County Railroad.
Wilson Hoao, Actuary.
W, Fuazek, Editor Chrouiclo
J N. Siuo.sa, Underwriter.
J. T. K. Havwahd, President
JosiAu Hunt, Treasurer.
J. J. Stbonq, Deputy Sectary.
Amos J. Stillwull, 'ico President.
J. N. Sthoko, Seetavy.
II. W. Mkadoi uonerai Agent.
C. N. Clask. Assistant General Agent.
W. P. WILKIN, Traveling Agent.
JiUlES II. NII3S.
Dealer in Stoves,
1 AND MANUrAOTpilEZt OF
TIN, COPPER, AND S EET IRON WARE,
Northeast cornor of Publio square,
OREGON, ...... MISSOURI.
tfti.01d Conner. Brass, and Pewter fakon In
excuango lor xiuwarc.
T)Y virluo of an order of tho Countv Court.
JJ mado at the 'Aucust term of said fiourf 'I
...Ml ln ..1 1 ! ,L i ,., , . . f 1 . . I
! rS'LV' "Lm,SVtBr L "S""1?'
Cf tho Court I iSuS I F il ArJnZn i,
jdurlng the session of tho County Court of Holt
County, exposo at pnbllo auotlou, all tho lntorcst
of , William Shaw, deceased in nnd to tho follow.
Jng described Real Estate, In tho county of Holt
una oimu oi Missouri, to-Wlt : The soutu-wots
quarter oi section .tuirty-throo, (83) in township
p-uuv, luii ui raujju iiiiriy-nine laui.
Terms ol salo ; Cash in handi
i HENRV DEhOLT,
'nu-u Adm'r or wm. Hhaw, dco'd,
!- Administrator's Sale.
T .WILL, as administrator of Georgo Thorp, de-
X, flascd, on Saturday, tho 9th day of Sdptem.
ber. 1805, at my residence near Shnrn'n (lrnn
In Dallas Township. In Holt finunfv. M 'oll iX
fh. highcBt bidder at auction, the following
prpperty;ef the deceased, to-witi Two head off
parses, anj oigut bead or cattle..
Xcrmji mado known on day of Salo".
.ill TAOl.nir mriAimnnu
TAKEN UP ' I
TN DALLAS TOWNSHIP Holt County Mo by '
.V-W'!"a.m. tfuj'wjo'ii one' horso pony i color, i
I'gfiW"''' u.arki ""e and tail; shoo on left fore .
ooti thirteen nnd 'a half hands htffh: ftimtiA.of.fi
to bo fuuriyoafs old. Appraised at sixty ;dol-
2ddy df.Auc'ust, 1805. ... . 1 s
' v -JUU WISE, J. P."
THE REBELLION CRUSHED!
New Finn, New floods
IN OREGON I
D. &c C. DAVID'S,'
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE!
TTAVINQ fitted up our storo room, on West
JUL side Publio square, two doors Aorta of
Prlco's Hotel, and being la roooipt of
A LARGE STOCK,
Of DRV C.OOD3 purchased in the city of Balnt
Louis, whon pricos were low, wo aro proparcd
to supply the good pcoplo of Ilolt and adjoining
counties wun goous or tho
Latest Styles !
And best quality,' nt
Reasonable Prices I
Thankful for tho liberal patronnco wo havo ro
ccivod thus far, wo still solicit tho coutlnuanco
of tho same, feeling confident that wo cau sell
CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE
Above Saint Louis.
D. & C. DAVID.
Drugs and Books,
Main street, North sido of Public Square,
FIAVE .now IN STORE A LARGER STOCK
Staple nutl ITaiioy
Than Ever Before offered !
WHICH, boing' pnrcharid for cash at favora
ble intervals of tho markets, wo aro ena
bled to sell at pricos that canuot fall to satisfy
both largo and small buyers.
Pacific, Sprague, American, Rich-
man, Dunne fs, Jillcns,anu
all other brands,
Bleached Cottons, Drills, Denims,
Stripes, Apron checks
Ticks, Cambrics, Canton Flannels.
Dress Goods !
IN this department wo present a very full as
sortment, comprising all that Is now and at
tractive for tlio season, together with a full
stock of Groceries, Boots, Shoes Hardware,
Quccnswaro, Ulasswaro, Sc., Sc., all of which
will do sold at tho lowest prices, and tho goods
warranted to gtvo satisfaction.
Highest Price Paid for Country Pro
auce in Uooas !
Wo also havo o largo assortment of
Sucii.oa Bureaus. Safes. Stands. Tables Rockers,
nJ cllttlra o om klnJs. whlcU wo will sol
as low asthovcanbo sold In Northwest Mis.
Bourl. Come, ono and all, nnd cxamlno our
stock nnd prices beforo purchasing cUowhcro I
oiao. i. iajoiciia.kix,
- - MISSOURI.
T am prepared to do any thing la my lino of
X business. Pictures, such as
J1MB 0 TYPES, FERRO TYPES.
.A.. O. BEVAN,
IIOUSB, 8IQN, & ORNAMENTAL AINTBlt,
i-f f 01IEQON, JIIJSOUIiTi, '
SHOP Over Wltrs h Unln,l''t!lf.'lr.mlll.
J. Ds Pahcom,,- i. t" ,A.'li liuM,
Book'Blridcr.- ' Job PHnter.
Established;! Uu' 1856 !
Corner 4th & Fcllr Streets, (under State Bank,(
Sr. Jostni, Missouiii.
MANUFACTURE every description of County
Rocords, Tax-Booksj &e.i Merchants' Led
gers, Journals, Cash and D.iy-Books, &c, &c,
of tho best material, nnd in a' stylo not inferior
to any other establishment.
Mr. Pascoo is recently of Lexington, Mo.,
and has manufactured Blank' Books for tho up
per Missouri Oountlos, fn tho last fifteen yenrs.
Orders solicited and Satisfaction guaranteed
in every particular.
AU kinds tf BLANKS and JOB PRINTING
executed on short notice.
STATIONERY of oil kinds cn hand.
Stato cf Missouri, ) oa
County of Holt. 83
In tho Circuit Court of Holt County, Missouri;
In vacation, Ang. 17, 1805. U
Allen II. Vorlcs, pl't'll-, 1
James B. Heard, f Civil action.
TVTOW at this day comes tho plaintiff in iho
1 nbovo entitled cause, beforo tho undersign
cd clerk of tho circuit court of Holt county, Mo.,
in vacation, and files his nctltlon and nlhdavit.
stating amongst oilier thing!?, that tho nbovo
named defendants, James B. Heard and V'IUiam
J. Heard, aro non-residents of this State, it is
therefore ordered by Iho clerk aforesaid In va
cation, that publication be mado notifying thcin
mat an action lias been commcnccu against
theni bv Petition and' Affidavit in tho circut
court of iiolt county, nnd Stato of Missouri, tho
object nnd general nature of which is n foreclos
ure of a certain mortgago on tho following de
scribed lands, lying and being in the county of
iiolt, ana Stato or SUssouri, to-wit: i no two
equal undivided, fifths of tho south westfractlon-
nl quarter, nnd tho south west quarter of tho
south cast quarter of section (HO) thirty In
township (Uiii sixty-two, or range (y; tinny
eight; also tho north-west fractional quarter of
section (31) thirty-one, township (C2) sixty-two
rnngo (!J8) thirty-eight ; nnd unless tlicy bo and
appear at the next term of this Court, to bo hold
en nt tho court house In Oregon, in said county
of iiolt, on the lGtii day of October 18C5, aud
on or beforo tho third day thereof, if tho terra
shall so long continue, and if not then boforo
tho end of the term, tho same will be taken ns
confessed, and judgement rendered accordingly.
It is further ordered thnt a copy hereof bo pub
lished in tho Holt County. Scntiuil a newspaper
;ubllsccd in tho Bald county of Holt, for four
wceus successively, the last insertion to bo nt
least four weeks Lcfpro tho commencement of
said term of court.
A true copy. Attest:
A.N. RULKW Clerk.
Vorlcs & Vorlcs att'ys for pl'tlf. n9-4t
Stato of Missouri,
County of Holt. 53
In Circuit Court of Holt County, April Termj
John F. Stephenson, plaintiff,
R. W. Donncll,
R. C. DonnclL Civil nctlou.'
wm. A. Caldwell,
S. S. Huchlltt.
Wm. Kauchcr, defendants.
TVTOW at this day comes tho plaintiff by his At
1 torney, nnd It nppcariuj; to tlio satisfaction
of tho Court that R. W. Donncll cannot bo sum
moned in this action, it is ordered that publica
tion bo mado notifvlnc him that. an nctlou ha
been commenced neainst him bv Petition, iu tho
Circuit Court of Holt County; in tho State of
Missouri; tho object nnd ccncral naturo of
which is to enjoin nnd lestrain tho defendant,
William Kauchcr, Sheriff and Trustee for con
veying tho said thirty acres of Land in Plaintiffs
Petition mentioned, to tho purchaser, nnd that
tho sale of tho tract Including tho Plaintiffs, ba
set aside, and tho proceeds of tho calo of tho
quartor section sold, bo applled'to tho extin
guishment of tho debt In tho said dcod of trust
liret mado set forth, that said deed of tnitt bo
entered satisfied, nnd the defendants b'ercstraln-
cd from boclouding his titlo by any other con
veyance, but if this is not consistent with tho
judgment of tho Court, ho prays for nil sales .to
do set aside, and tho land in said flrst named
dcod In trust, excluding tho plaintiff purchase,
bo sold after duo advertisement, nnd if the samo
should not satisfy tho indebtedness therein do
sorlbed, then for Plaintiff's land to be sold, un
less ho satisfy suoh sum H3 may remain utipah)
by reason of tho insufficiency of thp considera
tion received for tho land outsldo of plaintiff's'
purchase, and embraced in tho deed of trust ;
and unless ho bo and appear at tho 'next term of
this Court, to bo holden at tho Court Houso lu
Oregon, iu tho county of Holt, on tho 10th day
of October, 1805, nnd on or beforo the third day
mcrcoi, ii tuo term snail so long continue, nnd
if not then beforo tho end of tho term, plead,
nnAwpi- nt flnt,i,iin tilI,iltfv.i A.tilAH tl...'
samo will bo taken as confessed, nnd judgment
rendored accordingly. It is further ordcrod
that a copy hereof bo published according to'
A truo copy. Attest : i
A. N. RULEV, Clork.
Samuel Ensworth, Att'y. nOlw , '
Administrator's Notice., ,,'
TOTICEs hereby given thnt letters of admin
1 istratiou upon Jho estate of J. M. K turgor,
doo'd, havo been printed to mo.bv 'tlifc Hult
County Court boarlng dato July 8d, 1805; JuAll
persons having olalms against said) estate hro
required to exhibit them 'to mo for allowauqo
within ono year from tho' date of inld IniiorV.'
or thoy may bo precluded from nnv "iiMir.fH'ft
such cstato ; and if said claims bo not oxhlbited
within threo yenrs ft-om tho date of said letters,
they will bo forever barred. "' ' '
, , , . It. P. HICKMAN,
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