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''ynAMOBiNqj obtftBEti 20, isas
' f 1 Agents
DliTHifrlbjwlng named ntlemen tr authors
'jkeilihgents for the dximiiii, and will., receive
subscriptions ond tdrerttalDg slid make collec
tions for (t'e same!' d'
J, Williams, 07 Chestnut st., St. Louis.
, , lliiififM Hoiimkwi, Mound City, Mo. ,
; . QioBat Wancn, Forest City, Mo.
' IttTijjO'Ii.'DiJiHA, irlah Pfdve; Mo.
11L ' ' I ' .1 I
. . ; ' ' Dr. H. M. WilBon.
J .AltonUon jSjdiirccted to tho card of
DmH.' M. Wilson, of Forest City, who
'aS dcterminod lip doyoto, in future, his
attention, exclusively, to .diseases of the
r n . r , , "m
f l". -Hollgious.
Wo are requested to announco that
services ' will be held at tho Baptist
Church at this placb on Sunday the 22d
tilt., by the Rev. Edwin Roszell, of the
. Methodist.Epi.8copal Church.
Rev. StktriBN Blanoiiard of this
city, last 'evening, presented us with
swpieoff the finest potatoes we ever bow ;
1 sixteen of thorn-weighing sixteon pounds.
Thoy,itffl of, the California variety.
Our farmers are demanding from 40
to CO'ccnCs'por pound for butter. Tho
prico in Atchison county, wo notice, is
from 16 to 20 cents. Why this differ
enco? ,Wo don't think tho dairymen
would cat much butter themselves, did
thoy' have such a prico to pay.
Health of tho County.
Wo aro told thut "Chills and Fever"
prevails to a considerable extent in
Sharpo's Grove and vicinity, and also
in tho Missouri .bottom, in this county.
In the central and Southern portion of
tho county, tho peoplo have never en
joyed better health.
A (meat revival is progressing at
Sharp's Grove, in tho northern portion
of this county. Tho meeting is being
conducted by Rev. Bheed, of tho
' Methodist Episcopal Church. About
fifteen joined tho Church on the evening
of tho 12th. Tho meeting has been in
progress for u week or more, and is to
be continued as long as there is a pros
pect of more good being accomplished.
Many moro, it is thought, will join.
Tho citizens of Sharp's Grove, in tho
northern portion of this county, havo
organized themsolves into a safoty com
' mittee, for the purposo of protecting
themselves against horse-thieves. Thoy
held meeting on tho flth, at which of
ficers wero elected, and a fund created
for defraying tho expenses of their week
ly, meetings. The idea is a good one
We' opine that hereafter that section
'"willVremain unmolested by thieving
bands. Such an organization Mould bo
advisable in tho Missouri Bottom, in
the Hinkle neighborhood.
'''- A rthur's Homo Masrazino.
ThisJ sterling ..literary -and fashion
'Tagazine for November has been receiv,
. ed. if opens with a fine engraving en
'titled "Plotting Mischief." It con-
. tains Music Philomelen Waltz ; Mi
, cb'et Flowers'; Outward Looks ; My
Step-daughter ; Kings and Queens of
jliEnglandj Strength 'and Weakness, by
T'i S. Arthur Whothor it Paid, a con
,'tihued story,, by ' Virginia F. Townsond;
Oor'Blddy-i-a 6hapter about Shrews ;
Too Jgreedmerrs uome ; Jf ersonai inuu
.onco y How the Poem'Endcd, &c. Pub
lished by T. S. Arthur & Co. , 828 Wal
nut .Street, Philadelphia. $2,50 per
Wo loarri 'that a man named Snow,
' wh'9, ha'4 recently opened a Btoro on tho
riyor, in the northern portion of this
' county, .was, on last Friday, robbod of
'BeVen' hundred dollars in money, and a
'(Urgetquantity ;of goods. Four men,
( ,with their faces blacked, and with drawn
revolvers, entered his store and compet
ed him tQ deliver to them whatover they
wanted. They took, as many of the
goodsias they ,couc carry. Mr. Snow
aj$iUji nop detection) their voices who
they were. Tttjeople of that soction
. ''ouldriot obtaitV'the least ,cl,ew to their
whereabouts, and it seems impossible to
n'tr'-ji::.-l- i..uit. e ' v
Trouble-at Mound City.
Wo henr that a rowoccurred on Tues-"
day aPMourid City. It appears that
enough liquor had bcon obtained,- 08J
tennibly "for. medical purposes, 'from a
drugstore, to make a party of four or
five "good'and drunk," and that a fight
ensued in which a man named Sidert,
was badly cut. ( At last accounts ho was
not expected to recover. ,
"Who hath Woe P" 1
Court wock passed oil with less tlmri
tho usual amount of disturbance ' whicli
attends such days. A row or two, w4
t J r i- 1
earu, uccurreu uu luuuuiiy, ruauiiwigj
as a matter of course, from a too free
indulgence of tho appetite, and a con
sequent freo cxprcesion of opinions in
regard to individuals. Jeuu Foster
and a young man named Marion, two
of tho actors, "pitched into" each oth
er in a spirited mannor, but tho inter
ference of friends prevented any Bcrij
ous injury to oithcr party.
A collision also occurred immediately
in front-of, our office, between two indi
viduals wo took to bo slightly "corned"
one nn old man from tho country.
Thero was.a great waste of "pot names,'?
and a few gcntlo expressions of dislike;
on' tho occasion. The uso of profane
Ianguago was, of course, discouraged.
No arrests, that wo hoard of, wero
Kansas at Hor Old Tricks Appropri
ating jbtuu oy ino wagon fioaa.
Wo have been creditably informed!
that along tho borders of Cass county
and Jackson, men cross over the border
with their wagons and teams, robbing
prchards in Missouri, by loading their
wagons with apples, without licenso or
pay, and remove tho Bamo.
This is a part of tho natural result of
Gen. Ewiii"'8 Order No. 11, and tho
force of bad habit ; but wo havo peace
now and such jayhawking should cc.130.
The people ot Kansas and no other
peoplo will patiently submit to Euch des
poliation without defending their prop
erty. Hence, tor tuo suko ot right
and good neighborhood, wo direct tho
attention of the Kansas authorities to
tho outrugo practiced upon pcaccablo
farmers in Missouri, that theso depreda
tions cease and frendly relations prevail
Our informant tells us thut some of
tho apple raiders, intimated to the far
mers thus damaged, that they would re
turn as soon as winter should set iu, and
8unnlv tnorasclves with pork, ns thov
had uono lust year. J. ho farmers or
this btato aro quite peaceable, law-ubi
ding men, but they aro now permitted
to carry arms, and in their property is
thus invested, bloody collisions will be
tho result. Kunsus City Advertiser.
A very molancholy ovent befel the
family of Mr. Henry Motonger last
week', in tho death ot that gentleman,
under very distressing circumstances.
IIo was on his way, with his family,
trom Uhio, to locato among us in .Ucn
try, and had sent his family ahead from
St. Joseph, to await his coming hero.
Thoy arrived Saturday evening and he
on Sunday morning, but ho camo to
them coffined and ready for tho gravo.
It was a terrible shock to them and away
among strangers thero was nothing to
alleviato their crier.
Mr. Motonger was aged 59 years,
and came from Stark County, Ohio
1 til ( !
wuere no naa long resided and. been
known ,as an upright and cstimablo cm
zen. Albany (Mo.) News, 10th.
A letter passed through tho Now York
Post oflico, recently, from Sar rr-uiciu-
co for Dryden, Prussia, the f nage
upon which amounted to" $17 2,40.
TflE trial of Emerson Etiiiutiue, by
Military .Commission, is in .pngvosa n't
On the 1st Inst., at the resljftnca A. (3,
Taylor, Sharp's Grove, Holt 0 u'.ty, Mo., by
Jons West, esq , Mr. JAMES YOUNG, to Miss
MARTHA BRADLEY, both of A'tohljon county,
ri. 11. r. Wilson,
FbnEBT r;iTv niisisMinv.
SPECIAL attention given to the triatneut of
kj ai uiseasos or inoisya.' HMisr.totiou guar
anteed, or money refunded.
OFFICE At Resident, nl7-0m
BY O. P. Caton at blaRetlilenoo In Beuton
, Township, nolt Cofmly Missouri, One
dark brown ware, six yeold, right hind fool
white, anil bas running apre's ynder ach ear,
supposed to have been roM Said stray hue
no.other.mftr or brand porpelti blo. Appruiied
ntSlOO, by WllllipOlo,ir(,fc)l ud M. if Merit,
and posted beforoilhe under ilgnod, a Justioo of
tho Peace, fpr nnd in Benton. .Township, Holt
County, Missouri, this 28th;',"day uf September,
A. D,, 1805. 7 1
, nlO, at , , ,W. J. MARSIIAL J. P. I
MW HARNESS SHOP!
Harness nnd Saddles
Manufactured to Ordei
, . C.,J HAIIT..& .CO.,,' T
Have Establishld Themselves at
FOREST CITY, MO.
.TV lr'ir ii'j'i'iv.
WHERE 'thoy 'VropMe 'fo 'furnish tho good
people of this section with
ALL KINDS OF SADDLERY GOODS
' tTrf 4-; M1
CHEAP THE CHEAPEST l
Thoy respectfully Invito nil wishing anything
in their lino to call.
ITnvnosH, fniaies, J3ufTfry
Two and Four Horse Whips t
' t " anil eTerythlng in tho
ni l .1m
Manufacturer and Dealer in
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS,
WIlIl'S, &c JCc,
NORTH-WEST COR. PUD. SQUARE. '
ALL Work done under the supervision of Cap
tain J. S. HART,
CONDUCTED on tho basis of actual bu;inei,
by nn experienced Accountant and superior
Penman, whose connection wlih tho most popular
Commercial Colleges ensures tuurouglincss nnd
reputation to every graduate.
Special Instruction given In all styles of Pen
manshln: specimens of which may bo seen at
tho College, (in McLaughlin's building, corner
of HcconU nnd Francis Streets.
Full particulars sent to, any address.
THOS. J. URVANT,
nl5-ly St. Joseph, Mo.
State of Missouri,
County of Holt. S
In tho County Court for tho county of Holt,
August Term, 1805.
AT OW hero comes William Tolby, Admlntstra-
ll tor of John Perry decoased, and presents to
the court his petition, praying for nn order for
the sale of to much of tlie Ilcul Estatoofsald
dcccaod, as will pay and satisfy tho remaining
debts duo by said estate, and yet unpaid for
want of sufficient assets, accompanied by the
accounts, lists nnd inventories roquircd by law
in such case, on examination: whereof. It Is or
dered that all persons Interested In tho c'sUto of
said deceased, bo notltlod, tbat sppllcatlo.a as
aforesaid has been mado, and that unless the
contrary bo sh own on or before he first day of
(be next regular term or tuts court, to bo begun
an'd'hcldon tho first Monday iu November next,
an order will bo mado for the salo of the whole.
or so much of tho real cstato of said deceased
as will bb sufficient for tho payment of said
debts, and it Is furtbor ordered that this notice
bo published In somo newspaper In this State
for four weeks Lcloro tuo next term of this
A copy. Attest :
W. D. DAVIS, Clerk.
T. W. Collins Att'y for pet. nl3-4t
State of Mlsh6url, 1
County of Holt, J
Inth6 County Courtifor tho county of Holt,
September Term, 1805.
NOW bore comes James R. Welch, Adminis
trator of Lewis Garnett deceased, and pre
sents to tho Court bis petition praying far an
order for tho salo of so much of tho Real Estate
of said decoascd as will pay and satisfy the ror
maimns ueots uuo 11 y said estate, and yet un
pen ff , a.l ut ulil i ntf.i 1, accompanied
ny tiso ifc d r 1 his at (iitfti tones required
oy law iu u.'ii r:. on n .ii.iatlon ; wliercor,
H is r lo"cJ Hint .ill ret, 1 tercsted In the
est i'j o) f-t (Uieuhtmi, t not. d that applica'
tic ) -i ntr .aid has been niaiio and that unless
tltf oi'utliiry he sliowii on or before tho next
rejlar term of this co rt o bo begun and
held uu the first Monday 1 smber next, an
oi'dcj' will be made fr Hui of tho wholo or
so n.V-h ol the Ileal ktv t 'iild decoased, as
will bit4u(licicnt lor the payment; of said debts,
audit is further ftfdsi'fl that t'i 1 notice be nub-
lishod iu some nowtpr.per it ti I - Stato, for four
hoiks nclorwltho utxt term ol ibis court.
A cony, j Attust :
. t W. U. DaVI8, Clprk.
3;, W, ColliiJ Atfy for pet. nl3t
VIRJ ,E aur4-.yiUiurity of a deed of
truit.r Vidoand credited on the 13th day
of Scptft'Bor 1 80U, by James li. Campbell and
FrancesUne Onmpboll, his wife, to the under
bigiif.d ,'Jlm (I. Eddy, winch tnl I deed of trust
uii enieren on record u 1110 lleooru-
In Nodaway oountv, 'n Book No. 8,
,75-0 and 77, I ttl.' on Saturday, the
28th d,i 4ofC
day, at til ),ci
uct., jnuo. uctwceu tuo Hours or
iu,, nnu a o-ciocKU'. m. or sniu
court hoiian In Mnry v 1c, the county
seat or sai; county, proceed id sen to tlio hlgb
est hlild(r.Koruili. tlio real estate1 'mentioned
and descrlftfd, vo-wit i Tho bouth-cast quarter
01 tuo sqs-jfii.east quarter 01 tectiou no. seven
teen, ') also tlie'eoulh-wcat quarter of the
soutjJWcst -luurlcr. of peotion No. sixteen tl6
nutMto smith liulf of tho south-west fourth of
tlieiioi th-f ast rnmrtur of cctiou No, sixteen, (10)
nrisliip sixty-thieo, (ti!)) oflluiige thlrty-eevr
1, (J3) bltuaf In said Nodmtay county, nnd
Nodmtay county, nnu
Stiitof Missouri, whico said dm-d of trust was
raude to secure the payment of u certain prom
Isory note, muiitinucd and dnnorlbed In said
deed of trust. This halo f therefore made to
puy raid nolo, with tho interest tlieroonand the
inuls nf lAit trut 'i
THE REBELLION CRUSHED!
New Firm, New Goods,
IK OREGON I
r. & o. rA.vir's,
POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE !
HAVING fitted u our store room, on West
vide Public square, two doors North of
Price's Hotel, and being In receipt of
A LARGE STOCK, .
Of DRY GOODS purchased In tho city of Saint
Louis, when prices wero low, wo are prepared
to supply tho good peoplo of Holt and adjoining
counties with goods of tho
Latest Styles !
And best quality, at
Reasonable Prices !
Thankful for tho liberal patronage we have re
ceived thus fur, wc still solicit tho continuance
of tho catno, feeling confident that we can sell
CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE
Above Saint Louis.
D. & C. DAVID.
New Firm, New Goods
FOR ALL, IN OREGON,
KREEK & IIEnSHBEnGER'S.
HAVING purchased and refitted tho bulldinp
foi mcrly occupied by McAllster Crane i: Co.,
(0110 door East of the.Post Office,) wo now have
on hand, and are constantly receiving a largo
stock of goods,
Embracing every description of Dry
Goods that can be found in a
well regulated Country
Store, snch as
Black Silks, Lawns,
WITH every article adapted to Ladles' wear.
Gloves, Hosiery, Collars, kc.
Also, wo havo on hand a largo stock of
Ready Mado Clothing.
Wo keep constantly on hand a largo
Boots nnd Shoos, Ilnrtlwnre,
tlueeiiHwarc, and Groceries
of all kinds,
Which we offer as cheap, if not cheaper, than
thoy can be bought at any other house In tho
ALL kinds of approved country produce ta
ken in exchaugo for goods at
GEO, J?. LUCKIIARDT,
T am prepared to do any thing In my lino of
X uusiuess. i'lctures, sucu as
J1MB O TYPES, FERRQTYPES,
$c., Sec, ,
Taken iu a superior manner, and at
Dealer in Stoves,
AND MANUFACTURER Or
TIN, COPPER, AND S EET lltON WARE,
Northeast corner of Public square,
. Wft,Ohl Copper, Brass, and Pewter takon in
exchange, for Tinware.
HAVE NOW IN STORE A LARGER STOCK
Staple nnd Fnhoy
Than Ever Befort offered !
lirlHCII, bolng pnrchascd for cash at ravora
W ble Intertals of tho markets, wo aro ena
bled to sell at prices that cannot fail to Bittlsfy
both large and Binall buyers.
Pacific, Sprague, American, Rich
man, Dunncl's, Aliens, and
all other brands,
nicached Cottons, Drills, Denims,
Btrlpos, Apron checks
Ticks, Cambrics, Canton Flannols.
IN this department wo prcsont a very full
hortmcnt, comprising all that is now and at
tractive far the Benson, together with a full
stock of Groceries, Hoots, Shoes Hardware,
Queensware, Glassvarc. &o., &c, all of which
will be sold at tho lowest prices, aud the goods
warranted to givo satisfaction.
Highest Price Paid for Country Pro
duce in Goods !
We also havo 0 large assortment of
Such as Uureaus, Safes, Stands, Tables Rockers,
nnd ChAlrs of various klnd, which w'o will sell
as low ns they can be sold In Northwest Mis
souri. Come, one nnd nil, and oxnmlnc our
stock and prices before purchasing clsuwhcrc !
TO SAVE MONEY,
BUY YOUR GOODS
It. F. POTTER'S !
Old Stand of T. J. KREEK,
HAVING locnted ns above, I wouhr inform the
citizens of Oregon and vicinity, that I have
now 011 hands nnd nm daily receiving n large
and well selected stock of
Which I offer at prices which must bo an in
ducement to purchasers.
B. F. TOTTER.
S T 0 T E S .
ST. LOUIS, MO.
COOKING & HEATING
IMPORTERS OP & DEALERS IN
AND ALL KINDS OF
Stovo Dealers and Tinners can rely up
on being supplied at tho low
ST. LOUIS, MO.
RESPECTFULLY Informs tho oltlicns of Holt
county and the publlo generally that bo Is
prepared to do Dlacksmitbing In its various
brandies, promptly anu on reasonable terms,
SHOP Second building east of City Hotel,
A.. O. BEVYIV,
HOUSE, SIGN, & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
8IIOP Over Walters & Noland's Blaoksmlth
A compound remedy, designed to bo the moit
effectual Alterative that tan be made. It is
a concentrated' extract of Para Sartaparilln.
m combined with other Mibstonces of Mill
greater nltcratlTC power is to afford nn ilfec
tivc antidoto for tho tl!rncs 8nrnpnrilln is
reputed to cure. It is bdiivcd that furli n
remedy is wanted by lho who suffer from
Strumous complaint., find that 0110 which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of ournflilctcd fellow,
citizens. How completely tliis, compound will
do it has'been proven by experiment on many
of the worst caws to bo found of the following
SpilOFUlA AND SctlOrULOUl COMH.UNTS,
EuvrrioNS and Kiiui-rivn l)in:-u, Ut.ur.us,
l'ljtrt.r.s, Dlotciiim, Tcmoih, Svi.r P.iirxM,
Scami Heap, Syimih.m anii Hvimiimtio Av
rECTioss, Mr.ticuiiiAi.DHKWi:. l)uoi'sY,Nr.t'
itAi.niA nit Tic I)our.iuiti:i'x, Driiimty, Dys-
t'CI'SIA AND iNllllll'.'tTlOX, KtlY.ltrilt.M, ltoSS
on Sr. Anthony's Finn, nnd indeed ths whole
clan of complaint! arising from Ijiituity up
'J'liis compound will bo found n great pro
moter of health, v hcu taken iu tlio spring, to
expel the foul humors which fetter In tliu
blood nt that season of the year. l)y tho time
ly expulsion of them many ranhlim; diorden
nro nippeil in tho bud. 'Multitude can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare theimclvoi from
the endurance of foul eruption! and ulecrou
sores, through which tliu system will stuve to
rid Itself of corruptions, if not nitcd to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out tho
vitiated blood whenever you find ItsiinpurllleJ
bursting through tlio tkln'in pimplc.4, eruption,
or sores ileanso It when you lind it it ob
structed nnd Mulish in tlie vciiu ; cienno it
whenever it U foul, and your feeling) will toll
you when. Even whore no particular diordcr
is felt, people enjoy better health, and livo
longer, for cleansing tlie blood. K"M the
blood healthy, nnd nil Is well; but v.i'li thU
Jiabulum of life disordered, there can be no
asting health. Sooner or later f-01 11 i-t hi tir
must go wrong, anil the great innthintry of
life is disordered or overthrown,
Sarsaparilla ha, nnd deserves much, tho
repututiou of nccoinpliihing tlicac riuN. Hut
tlio world has been rgivgiounly deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the ding
alone has not nil the viitue that is rlaimed
for it, but moro became many prcpntntinu,
pretending to bo rnnceuttaied extract! of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else'.
During late years the public have been mil
led by largo bottle, piotcnchiig to give n quart
of Extinct of San-aparilla for one dollar. 5lo.:
of theso havo been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarflpt
rilht, but often no cuiativo properties whatuv
cr. llmcc, bitter nnd painful disappointment
h:u followed tlie u-e of tho VJiio'.u extinct tof
Sarsaparilla which Hood the maihct, until tiie
name Itself is justly despised, mul has become
synonymous with imposition nnd cheat. Slill
wc call this compound S.irsapuiilla, nnd inttnd
to supply such n remedy ns e-lirtU re-cue the
name from tlie load of obloquy which lcsts
upon it. And we think wo have groiuid for
believing It has virtues which nro nrcitihla
by tho ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. Iu order to securo their complete
eradication from tho system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. ti. AVEIC A CO.
Price, $1 per IJottlo 1 SlxUultlcs forS"'
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itstlf such a renown for tlie cure of
every ariety of Throat nnd l.uni; Cuniphiiul, that
it is entirely unncccfsary for 111 ti recount the
evidence of its irtuci, wherever It has been em
ployed. As it 1ns long been in constant tne
throughout this section, wo need not do moro than
assure the people its quality is kept up to tlio l.c-t
it ever has been, and that it may be re'.ieil on to
do for their iclicf all it has ever lecti found to dj.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
fou tux conn or
Coilivtnesi, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Iiidljntion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, l'.nitpeUis, Headache,
Piles, lihcumnlism, Eruptions and Skin Dlscaset,
Liter Complaint, Vrojist, 'Jitter, Tumors nnd
Halt Wieinn, H'oiviij, Gout, Xeuralyia, us a
Dinner Pill, and for Vuriftjiny the Uhml,
They ore sugar-coated, to Hint the moat fenci
tivc can" take them pleasantly, and they nrn tin'
best aperient fn tlio world for all tlio purposes of a
Fries 25 cents per Box ; rivs hoses for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personals, h-no lent their
names to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of theso
remedies, but our space hero will not permit tlio
Insertion of them. Tlio ARcnts below named fur
nish gratis our Ameiucan Almanac In which tliey
arc given i with also full descriptions of the line
complaints, nnd the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make, moro profit 011.
Demand A ykh'h, and t.-iko no others. The sii-k
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies arc for sale by
IIU PKTnn. Oregon, Mo.
W. C.M.HOUN, Forest City.
And by all dcalors In medicine.
Pntronize Home Iit'itittitious mul
Keep Your Money in the Stutc !
State lusuraucc Co.
OFFICE No. 28, Main Street,
tw(Aori( Guarantee Capital, $.100,000 1
Qgainst Loss or Damage by Fire
and Lightning affair rates.
SPECIAL ATTENTION I
Glvon to Insurauco on Farm Property, De
tached Dwellings, und their Contents. ,, ,
J. T. IC. Haywauo, Pres. Hannibal & St Joseph
Josiaii Hunt, Ranker.
Amos J. 6tiii.wei.l, Merchant.
(I. YV. SniEr.ng, Pros. Piko County Railroad.
Wilson Hoao, Aotuary.
W 1'nAZEc, Editor Chroulclo
J N. 8tronu, Underwriter.
J. T. K. IlAYvrAnb, President
Josiaii Hu.nt, Treasurer.
J. J. Strong, Deputy flccrptory.
tos J. Srn-iwutr., Vico President
J. N. Stromo, Secretary.
If. W sfiMiinws. (Jeneral Accnt.
C. N. CtAitit, Assistant Oenend Agent. '
W. P. WILKIN, , Traveling Agent.
A SUPPLY ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE
PiKTiNEt, Office. Can supply all demands
for blanks. ;i