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PniDAY .MORNING, DECEMBER If,, 18(15.
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lttViKo L Blair, Irish Grove, Mo.
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received. Its voluminous proportions
will precludo us from presenting it to
our readers in this number.
The message, wo havo no doubt, will
givo general satisfaction throughout tho
country. Tho President treats of tho
situation of tho affairs of tho country
in an able and very intolligiblo manner.
Ho leaves tho question of negro suffrage
whoro itproporlybolongs, whoro it evor
has been, with tho several States. Tho
admission of members of Congress from
tho States lately in rebellion is left with
Congress for aettlomont. Our foreign
relations aro roprcsontod as being in tho
rncrat satisfactory condition. Touching
Mexican affairs, tho Presidontis perhaps
not 80rt3cplioit as somo would desiro
but ho plainly indicates hiraselt as
favorablo to that policy bo much doted
upon by Americans, tho Monroo doc
trine European aggression is earnest
ly prdtestod. against. 7'
Tho presont woathcr is very favora
bio for pork packing, which has now
f atrip commoncod. Several' droves of
hogs passed through town this week
Thoao we notiCbd wore on their way
to Bailey's, somo ojht joiles up tho
river, though we beliovo tJio grantor por
tion of our peoplo drivo t.Hcir hogs to
St. Joseph. Tho St. Josopu" markot
at the prcsont offers better induco.ncntfl
than" any other. For a timo shipmo."1'9
were mado to Chicago, but tho prices
at St. Joseph now rango from ono to two
cents over thoso of Chicago or St. Louis.
Buyers through tho countiy, wo believe,
are paying only oovon cents, and this
is probably as high as will bo paid this
season. A declino, it appoars, is
looked for shortly. It is expoctod that
before tho packing season is ovor hogs
will not bring raoro than from four to
An exchanco savs "tho man who
wuld, systematically and willfully sot
ubout cheating a printer, would commit
highway robbery upon a crying baby,
and rob it of its eincerbroad rob a
church of counterfeit pennies pawn his
grandmother's snocs for whisky steal
acorns from a blind sow, and tako tho
cldthcs'off a scarecrow to mako a rospec
table appoaranco in society."
Obn. Looan has not yet fully decided
to accept tho Moxicnn mission.
"The Constitutional nmendtnont" was
adopted by the Senato of Oregon on tho
It docs not nppoor that tho prosont
legislnturo will niter or amend tho con
stitution in any essential particular.
Tin: news from tho interior of Mesico
is reported as most satisfactory, and the
National Liberal causo gaining ground.
Geo. W. Gale, who offered ono hun
dred thousand dollnre for tho ussasina-
tion of Mr. Lincoln has given bond at
Montgomery tq nppoar when called for.
J. L. M. CtniRY, formerly member
of Congress rom Alabama, has been
elected to the Presidency of Howard
College, near Sclma, in that Stato.
In tho Kentucky Lcgislaturo on tho
otlj, resolutions wcro introduced endor
ding tho President's policy, favoring
goneral amnesty, and recommending tho
pardon of Jeff. Davis.
Gen. Grant recently visited some of
tho principal cities of tho south. He
was at Rulcigh,N. C, on tho 21th ult.,
Charleston, S. C, on tho 1st, and at
Augusta, Ga., on tho Gth inst.
On Friday last SlOfOOO wcro stolon
from tho safo of tho CominiBsary nt Co
lumbus, Ky. Tho groator part of tho
money belonging to privato parties, none
of which has yet been discovered.
Tub Muscatino Journal, Bays that
tho Iowa Legislature, which convenes on
tho second Monday of January next.
will stand about as follows : Senate
Republicans, 43 ; Dotnoerats, 5; Hous
Republicans, 83, Democrats 15.
It is said that Muximilian has deter
mined and ordered tint all his forces b
withdrawn from tho outposts and con
ccntratod at Vera Cruz, tho city of Mox
ico and San Luis Potosi. Tho Empress
is preparing to return to Europe.
In a lato letter Gen. Beauregard says
ho thought of seeking rcfugo in Brazil
but tlio generous sentiments expressed
by Prcsidont'yohnson towards tho South
cm Statc3 havo persuaded him, togoth
cr with a great many other confeder
ato ofllcors and soldiers, to remain i
Gen. Palmer has issued a proclama
tion that slavery has coased to exist in
Kentucky and advises tho colored peo
nlo to apply promptly to the courts for
redress if public conveyances shalrdis- ,p, a ' ...
regard their rights to travel at pleasure,
provided they conform to reasonable
Tiik Macon (Ga.) Telegraph, of tho
21th ult., says: "It is authentically
stated in this city that tho lion. Robert
Toombs, who had been concoaled for
months in ono of tho adjacent counties,
has eluded his pursuers, escaped across
too country, ana mado bis safo exit
from tho port of New Orleans, for for
About 300 2d"Lieutonants aro to bo
thcro ia n housqut West PointMn C
i iti i ii -'t :..
unlit nenn of ink in landing tK vir- 7 wunw, MOt, wnicn nas tuo.reputa-.
------o '-- tlvn-rr hnlnl "hfinntml " !1 H.ftP Hrn.1
tuos of Woman. Writers. Of. all 'ages rMM;MiniAftrlrfiv. Wo bein seen
havo endeavored to olovataher situation, flying about "tho houso at night, arid of-;
and havo succeeded in establishing her, ten, suddenly, tho windows liavo been
no In miritw nml Snflnnnnn iirtnn man. illuminated, ns if with brilliant lights
" v " il.-.. --! -II 1..- I l-JT
ind, sccondonly to tho angels of light "JLT" ".bT
that hover around tho throno eternal gon wn8 UvJ in tho tonomcnt. tfhen
nnd shod upon tlm. occupants, of this occupied, it is jmld that' tho rosidcnla
hcilighted orb tho benofiicnt mercies wcro 80 annoyed and terrified by sights
that makd lifo ondurdblor Iler sphere f "spooks," Tipparations, utionrthly
is 'evidently widely different, yet coin- soundi,'ahd by'thrfftilltngondishcs.
, .1 a . m rit 1 1 LUlllllUlU UVUit lUUk VIIUV nvlU 1UIU KlUU
cident with that of man. Sho was cro- L ', ' i ' ne i? ;
atcd not only as 0 helpmate, to assist w, been boucht and is to bo occupied
in duties incident to life, but to elovato by a discharged IL S. soldier, who to
man's morals, to assooiato with tho irk- formed us of theso things. If necessary,
pnmn fftroa IniMimlmnk nnrm nnSnWnoro in CaSO Of, tllO "JiVll bOCCShBlg l0llCr"
hero tho idea of contentment, nnrltv. not evacuating tho premises, wo adylso
' ' I nnp anlilirr to rniqn I Innlrt ISnm's Hlnir.
and eternal bliss in tho future. WhciiLndatormthonr0m:aC3 .andiho"jnook8?'
acting in her proper sphcro, sho is in will undoubtedly dopart.-Albany (Mo.)
possession of charms that insinuato News.
themselves into the mind of man and Brazil--Tho Charm Srokon.
disnel thoso cloomv clouds that hover Sinco tho down-fall of their confed-
n'nMa n,nni r,,i rnefn u. crooy unsubduod Southern men in sun
.... ... ., ... dry places in tho South havo been get
uuominu upu uu uukuu hiuo u4 ting up companies for tho purpose of
picturoof life, prompt him to tho ac- emigrating to Brazil, as tho best refuge
complishmcnt of noblo dcods, that ho remaining for tho irropressiblo Southern
may moro cflcctually win' (ho estcom of slaveholder. But tho Richmond Whig
Written for tlio Hovr Cooty Sr.nVikgt..
Poets havo sung of, authors havo
A Haunted Houso.
Wo havo b.ccn crodibly inforacd.that
icr who may bo worthy of his admira-
has the information from tho "Freeman's
4 m x
A-LH erodlton.nnd others Interctted in ue.o.
iL'Utoof Abrftlinm Oarver, (lccc(id. aronO
tlfiod IbfttUifl underslgnod administrator of said N
otato Intends to mako final settlement ot saw
estato at tho next torm ofof tho County Court
of Holt county, (0 be holdcn at tho court nouso
at' OjfRon, in Mid county,, on tho Gth day of
n.t. ,oi! nvnnnn TiTir.n A.tmi.
ST. JOIWS EVENING
EOI3m3I3t, rtli, 1805,
Epr (he Benefit of Q.rcgon Lodge, M.
Committee on Arrangements.
James S. Urt,
T. TI. Tarrlsh,
H. D. Marklnnd.
Chas. W. Bowman,
Alox. C. Dcvan,
Dr. C- 8. Meek,
W. A. Mnckoy,
John Q. Cottrcll.
Committee on Inventions.
James S. Hart, , , , , Chas. JV. Bowman
U. II. luaiKianii i.u. vnuucrsuui',
1 iWlllInm'A. Mackoy.
tion. x-cooio, yet strong, or cartu, Mln-trv. of,tt,B Tlmnflr0P 5B ehiellv nom
yet heavenly ; obediont, yet command- p0soa 0f negroes : that thcro is not ono
ing ; sho engrafts herself so effectually man of puro whito blood in tho Minis-
into tho affection of tho sterner box that try, that tho judges of tho courts aro
a. 1.: :n: oftenor nogroes than whito, men ; and
, , . , .... sitvs that if all this is truo BraEtl is no
WUHUB UI1U BUUBViVIUIll. IU UVi UVUrV I," Bn tt,n aitn 'nVinnV .
caprice. ing a, rcfugo from nogro equality. Wo
Monarchs havo boon mado to trcmblo think so too, and that tho best thing tho,
bv tho frenzv of a mob. but distrac. tho disgusted ox-slavcholdors of tho. Bouth
nf nmmnn frnm .nicainna nf nnritTT and poor whites can do ib to try and ro
U4IIIU V 1. T V1UUII 1IVIU JL W k. UUI4V1 I If 1 1 ll "j I JlL
, , , . concuo tncmseivcs to tncir own country
and peace and fasten it npon tho ac- Lud tho fortunc8 of war.Now York
stliimntMAA 1 n r il nnn ivill riAf rtr 1 Tf nniion
T ' " ; V",J T"ou Tho Highest, Masonio Council.
ttirones to tremble, ou: tuo cartu to The Sunromo Council of Sovorccin'
IV... .... L..i .1. 1 . . . . . . "
suajco to us very centre out mo onu rand Inspector Ueneral of ho thirty-
will be gained. third and last dogieo of JMaspnry, An-
i. In viow of tho mighty influonco that ciont and Ac'coptcd Rito, assomblod in
woman exerts upon man and tho offices tho city of Charleston, South Carolina,
sho performs in fulfilling tho destinies a week or two sinco. III. Brother Gen-
k 1 1 1 II! ..-i.l . -1 I 1 All i T!l. - - C A ..1 ! 1 . T
ot manKinu, now au imporiuui inat sue enu viuuri x iku, ui vrKuusus, preeiuuu
should bo fitted nrooorlv for tho snhcre as Sovereign Grand Commander. Many
sho must occupy. How cssontiat that distinguished Masons woro presont from
she possess a truo knowlcdgo of the all parts of, tho country. Sovcral of tho
trusts imposed upon her. llow requi- European crowned neaus woro fleeted
sito that she fit herself physically, in- honorary members. Tho Council ad-
tellectually, and morally for the accom- iourncd to meet at Washington on tho
plishmcnt of tho ends for which sho was third Monday in March next. Tho
created. Divest woman of her purity. Council is tho mother Council of all tho
her loveliness, and her Christianity, and Supremo Councils of tho world, ( and
sho is no moro than uiarblo statuary, comprises among its members somo of
beauteous in all nor outwnrd forms, but tno most uistinguisucumcn ot tuis coun
deatituto of every pnnciplo that makes try and iiuropo
linn w m t bI.a ib (I am . 'a rf n n .rtn 111 n 1
nST-Qood musta engaeod, for tho Occasion.
TlckoW, FIvo dollars.
Accreditors acd others interested la tbo cs
tnto of Chnrles Hudion, doceasod, aro noil
ficd' tlmt tho rindcrslRticd odmlnlitrator of said
oStato Intends tomnko a final sottlomcnt pf said
cslato at tho next term .of tbo County Court of
Holt county, to bo holdcn at tho court house at
OrcgonMn ssld cotlntyfoiftn6'Ofh' dajHSfKb
ruary1800. . M1LL1AM NOWIiAHP,;
V 'ZWl'lrf miUlfjAhilnlBM
ALL creditors and others interested in the cs
.tato ofW6o"ten 'HarrlBf deceased, 6i no
tified, that thounderslgned administrator qf(inbl
estate, Intends tomakeafina.settlcment of said
estato at tho next tcrmjfiho County Court of
Nodaway ,County( MljsourT.jp b,a .holdfi at tho
Court IlouVo'ln said county, on Monday tho 11 Ik
day of December, 18C5-.'
uuu, n. vju nuonu nan,
23 ' OfyWooten Harris estate.
BY Anthony Ousley, on his farm In Dallas
Township, in Holt County Mo., and postod
be foro Thomas Seorest, Justice of tho( Peace,
ono black nnd'wbUo.cow and calf tUree years
old litis t spring, marked .with an nnder bit In tho
left ear, and branded with No,' 20 on.tholeft blp.
No othor marks or brands porccWftblo. Apprals
nd at eighteen dollars, by A. J. Tolby and Isaac)
Ilodcln, this tho llth day of Nor, A. D. 1805.
. 23-3tt ' , TnOMAS SECltEST. .
BV Israel Boaler, at his residence in Benton
township, Holt county, Mo., ono rod stoer,
four. years old, marked with a-epllt ln the right
ear and . .half upccrr,blt out pf tho left ear,
branded On tho left' hip' with' a'flgare 1, has
somo whl to on, tho flank nnd forehoadf weighs
about 1400 lbs:, gross. Appraised nt forty dol
lars. (, And one red cow .with sOrao.whltd'on h'o'r
back and bells', ntid tho bash1 of her tnll Is off.
marked wljh a prop and n split'in tho right ear,
and a spilt In tho left car, nine years old, weighs
about 1UUU lbs., gross. Appraised at twenty
dollars, by W. J. MAKSIIAL, J. p.
I rn , i ?
I : :
JJV tTIIE COWFECTJOjY L fA'E.
Balo by Administrators.
Tho timo, it'is hoped, is not far dis- AccordinK to cxistinc laws, no salo
taut, whon wo can say, in tho languago of real estato by any administrator or
of another, "Women, wherever found, executor is valid, that iB not first ad vcr-
aro tho Bamo kind, civil, obliging, hu- Used in some nowspaper published in
mane, tender beings, inclined to be gay, tho county whero tho land is Bituated,
cheerful, timorous, and modest." if thcro ho ono. Tho followinir is tho
law approved January 81, 1865. (See
RPKRinn nnr.R. nnrrn 4. l.
Colman'a Hural World. t n ..ni' .
Groat inducemontt to clubs tho Do
appointed in tho regular army. Tho
number will bo evenly apportioned
among tho Congressional districts. All
applicants must havo served two years
in tho Volunteers and been honorably
discharged therefrom. A board is in
session at Washington to oxamino tho
testimonials of candidates, and select
such for personal-examination os may
A decreo dated tho 8th of November,
has b.ccn issuod by tho Exccutivo au
thority of tho Mexican republic which
declares that us an election for Fresi
dent has not been possible on account
of, tho Fronch invasion, thereforo, by
virtuo of tho extraordinary power with
which Congress had clothed tho exocu
tivcs, and by virtuo of tho existing au-
declare!3 tho constitutional term of
tho Prcsii.''ont is extended until another
popular elect':'"11 can ho held. This con
elusion wos am' ve(1 nt aftcr fu consul
tatinn with tho loa.'Ung patriots, and is
understood to bo tho expressed popular
wish. It will bo well roei ved through
out tho wholo country.
Tnn rebel Gon. Sterlinc PriCbVuatlast
nficonnt. wns at Cordova. Mexico. Gov.
Harris, of Tennessee tho Uon. ocan
Perk ns, ir.. of Louisana, uon. bholby.
of Missouri, and a groat many othor
officers and men of tho lato Oonfodorato
army, wcro also at the same placo, Tho
district of Godpva has been soleotedby
tho JmpyWommissionors as tho seat
of y.-Jny which theso gentlemen pro,
poso to found in Mexico,
IV &cf&. IHAXiXj,
OREGOJy, - - - MISSOURI,
Groceries, .Confectioneries,, To-
uucco, una l ine -ijigars.'
'J' Embracing In part
Oysters, Canned Fruits, Picfcles,
ball J'ish, Aardmcs, JVuls,
Fine Teas, etc., etc.
CSyOystcrs Served up iaTcry Form.
I 21 6m 40
,A; J. Tolbxon.hls farm, In Dallas Town
ship in Holt County. Mo nnd posted beforo
Thomas Secrcst Justice of tho Peace; one blaok
and white spotted steer, four year old last spring,
markod with a split in.thfl rl;ht ear, and an upper
linir orop in the lcit car, supposed to woigu seven
hundred pounds net. No other mark or brand
perceivable.. Appraised ot forty dollars, by
:nthon.v yusloy and Isaac Hoggin, this the II tit
ny or novf Atu. imo. r
r St rai' Notice.
TAKEN UP ns n stray, by .Inmos II. .Kunkol,
of Nodawny Township. Holt county, Mo.,
on tho first day of Nov., 1805, nnd ported befora
(he 'undersigned Justice of tlio Ponco, ono sor
rel horse, blnzo In the forohead, fifteen hands
high, two years old past, no othcr-marfa per
ceivable. Appraised nt sixty dollars, by George
Keller and Henry 11. UrocAniftn, -this Gth day of
NovcmCor 1805. ' . . ,
22-8tt ItlCHARD ACTON, J. V.
In all publio sales of real estato mado
bv nnv executor or nnmimstrnrnr. hn
comber number of this popular Western ahull cause a notico containing a par-
Agricultural Journal comes to us in a I ticumr description ot tho estato to bo
new form, and is greatly improved in sia stating tho time, paco and
size and appearance. It is issued on terD? of alo t0.h, published for four
ii. - -4 -t. J 1PA P it. 1 I - ' ""'vt ..w..w
tno w anu iota ot overy montii, vwa paper printed in the countyl who0 tho
number containing 10 pages, making a land is Bituated, if there be ono ; if .there
volumo of 4lG nases vearlv. Tho terms bo- no"pancr published in said .county.
aro,2 per annum, singlo copy; and he 8)tt a.C0P,y of such notice i,h. ten
$l,G0 per annum in, clubs of four or PH ' . ,YHUV
v ' r A . , ' . , salo is to bo mado, nt least twonty days
moro. Great inducements aro offered beforo tho day of sale.
for clubs ; viz : To any ono remitting This act to take effoct nnd bo in forco
G and four names for tho paper, tho from and after its passage;
publisher will' send fivq Concord grapo Approved January 31, 1865. f
vinos. To any ono remitting fifteen An effort is bbing mado in tho?Indi-
dollars and ton names h6 will sond fif- ana Legislature, to renoal tho Blaok
a i i - - i 1
toon Concord grapo vines: tho plants to laws of that Stato, Ex.
bo well-rooted layers. In addition to Ad our distinguished Senator, Lano,
this, ho offers to send ten dollars worth is in,tho 1abit o londing his aid in such
- ' , , . . ci l t groat works, wo suggest that ho tako
of trees and p ants from tho St. Louis J,0 Btump. .indiSk, in favor of the
Nursery, of which ho is proprietor, to ropcal of tho .black laws -espociallyGas
any ono sending twonty names and thir- ho was ono of tho loading and most per
ty dollars. This paper should bo taken sistont politicians in inflicting that in-
oy every tarmor in tho West. Samplo iqultv upon tho st'atutos of Indian
ooufc iiw, xuuroaa, huuman J. I I Will to UlOUd UhlOf.
J uuuaiUUl St., Dt JJUUIS, iUO. I ,' m )
' ' .; AiiONQ tno uopresontatives elected to
UOn. BCOtt. Tin Pnlnr,.,ln T ,n;01ot.. f r..
;....n ...it ...... rr.u "e'ii ujf "'H
nr Ti A B v wl m , . bp. Uityi wo notico th0 namo f 9- L. Hat-
lor tno ten. who Tan ns a Radical H'niihlirn"n.
LITERATURE, SCIENCE JUVD
JVew Volume begins Jahuary,.ViQ.
THE .Eclectic ilagatint is, salts name Indicates
a selection from other magazines nnd nci-l
odlcals. Theso ecloctlons aro carefully uiado
encu montu,.irom tuo cnuro .range, or foreign
periodicals'. In this retpect' it Is entirely unlike
otuer mommies, ami lias no rival. Tho follow
ing aroBome of tho works from jvhlch eeJecHans
London Quarterly, ' Hevuo-'de'Deux Mondcs,
Ilritisli Quarterly, London Society,
North Ilrltlsh Hovlow, licntloy's Miscellany,
Popular Sclonco HovlowCornhlU Magazine,
Saturday Hcview, Frazer's Magazine,
Leisure Hour, Tcmplo Bar,!
Westminister Review, Chamber's Journal,
Dublin Unlvcrlty Mae.,EdlnburKh Ilovlew.
Art Journal, London Nat Koylew'
Wo have also arranecd to secure choice solcc
tions from tho French. German, nml ntli.r Onn.
tlncntal periodicals, translated especially for
iuo ccieouo, aim ii is nopcainis uew.Teatur
will add greatly to the variety and vulue of (U
Each number Is embellished with ono or moro
tipo .stool engravings portralti of eminent mou
or illustrative of Important historical oVonts'.
volumes commence In January and July of
caonyear: Buoscripuons can commence with
Terms ! Five dollars per year : slnolo num.
bers fifty cents' j five copies twenty dollars.
Tho trade, clergymen, teachers, and clubs
suppueu ou ravoratiie terms. Address,
W. II. BIDWKLL,
CBeekmon St., Now York.
Among tlic Ladles of Holt Co.! I
(Sit AND MSII!
it tho old General has sailed
south tor Now Orleans. Tho hero, savs TI rnrmrl
: I . . . .... in. I.- :.
i.-.i.i i .... .. - .. - . - "
bwio, out tuo glow oi , tho old tiro is in not misinformed, hp was docid.
uim. J-no oyo, remarks ono of thorn, ish, and found It convoniont t
iU uasnou uenanco on. the .British col- fr0ra Missouri on that account.
u.nii at Niagara and Dundy's Lano, atod Olcud Chiof.
led tho veterans of Cherubusco and Cho- r
pultepoo to victory, earning tho title of dispatch from Washinglq:
win-neid. is now it n7nfi hv thn inovnr. uen. iio can's instructions aro
ablo hand of timo, yet it sparkles with prepared. Ho will acoompany Frrjidcnt
entnusiasm wuon tho names of, Urant "uurez wuerover no goes,
QU - 1 oi. Lt , I '
oui-tujuii uuu auunuuij nro roeiitioneu, m. i. i5.f'i , -r
,.-nd for tho moment tho nl.l nWir . Thorohz only ono advantag"6W thai I
.Mits affo and weakness an tl.n hnfn ken 860 lmgoing to the dovil d that
S'nnnM arrain rin to hlnvln. niB .i.u tho rode is .easy, and you aroure to
In tlin South will ennhlo him to nvnid to thwqBiUingS
tho molomont JNorthern winter,! and on- Why is tho Secretary of. tWe Ntf
joy the moro genial olimo.of tho, punny like a crapy. petroleum speculotor..?i'ibe
land of Louisiana and Texas, causo ho'o Qiddy-on Wolls.o k
Atlmlnlstrator's Hnlo of Renl Es
TH pursuance of an order of tho Callaway
j. ivuuuiy i;ourt, mauo at tbo November term
1805, of said Court. The undersigned as ad
minlstrator of tho ostate of John D. Griffin dea'i
will offer at publio salo to tho highest bidder, at'
the Court lwuse door. In tho town of Orctron.
Holt county, Mo., on Monday the 5tb day of
reoruary 1000. xne sarao Doing tlio first (lay
of tbo February term of tho County Court for
Bam couniy oi iioit, ana during tho Bitting of
uiu.vouri, wuuiu me nours prescrloou by law.
AU tho right,, title and Interest of said deceased
In and to tho following roal estate, sltuato in
said county of, Holt, to wit: The North-west
fractional quarter of section 28. townshln slxtv-
two (02), rango forty (40), containing 125 and
07-100 acres more or less,' Terms: ' One-half
casu, tho remaining half upon a credit of six
months, with Interest at ten per cent perannum
mm uuiu, wivu Ruuu,oBouruyi
AliaALUM HUGHES Adm!r,
2-' Est. of J. Drlffin doo'd,
BYn-V-f W?VW 'n Benton, township Holt
Uounty, Mo., one sorrel mare mulo two yoars
.m.,Buv mure on ner mcies and
rump, anu a rewrite hairs on her forehead
Appraised at one" hundred dollm-n. And ..
rol maro mulo ojlooar old1 and she has a few
white balrefia the forehead. Appraised at seven-
tynvo uousrsp laid strays has no other marks
nr Dranas pcrooiveab o. Annra sed bv It.
WifT0, BVJonchln and posted befbrV 'me
this 17th day of NovemBelpS'llBnB.i ' 1
1 25-lt f THOMAS BE0RE3T, J. P.
SEWING MACHINE ! !
IT 13 ACKNOWr.EDfJErjf TO III? THE DE3T
In the WorliaJ!
i i .un '
It is Fast Superceding all Others
Wherever it is Introduced.
THE -following aro a few of Us principal ad
vantngosiovcr other machines and are somo
of tlveasous of Its great popularity i
It b.cutlroly noiskiess In .operation..
It never gets out or ouulu. and will not run
The blade of the necdlo Is less than 4 of an
Inch lone;, and It cannot be, set wttoNU.
The Hsmmkhs, Fuim on Biiaideu cannot
bo SKT WltO.Nd.
A blind person can cot either of.Uicm or Iho
necdlo. '"' - ' 5 '
It runs faster and easier than any other, and
never drops stitches.
It takes tho tbroad from tho soool without
rewinding, and It is the only 'machine' which
maucs (no "Twisriu loop stitch."
Tho hem and full Is always tuumku under,ts
should be, ehowlne tho richtsldo'cf tho stitch
on tho right aldo of the work, and the hem-may
It should be, showing tlio rich tuldo cf tho stitch
on tno rieiit nio oi ino worn, ar
bo of any. width without bastlne,
llwlluo perreot'wor-on any-Koous from a
lartgt v'oll to thVhcavIest beaver cloth..
Wo Fully U'arrant.evcry Itlncliiito
To be perfect in alt reepects, and to do nil wo
claim for it.
Call and examlDo this beautiful " ' i
0 t) li.j '
Silent Sewing Machinej
Or scnd.for circular, coijEauing full loform,ation,
uuviuva iiuui uiu irrss, it'aiiiuuuiais irom IUOSO
using tho mrioliln'e; &o., &c.
.. , UOIHJJSON & 1'IjATTEB, Agents,
' I'OHEST CITY, MO.
M. W. LEET, QoVl Agont,
1 Sdlut LoUls, -Missouri. 122 Gm
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