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OREGOX, MO., MATtCIt 10, lSS'O,
TitE Virginin legislature has ropea!
ed the Mofllt ITell-pnnch Liquor Law,
and re-established the license system.
The Democrats of Tenues-ee Imvc
selected delegates to the Xntinal Ucntve
tion. Nine arc for Bayard, two for Til
den, and one for Seymour.
" tsxi-SLvEN vcan airo tticro bom
unto tho family of Win. Hardball.
iVhitowatcr, Wis., triplets two hoys
aud a girl. Thev were all married a
few evenings ago in one ceremony by
Wm. II. VANDEnnniLT, who has been
prudently laying by Miniothing for a
rainy day, last week salted down fire
.aud a half millions more in registered
Government bonds. He is now tho
owner of upward of thirty-one millions
of registered governments, and his in
come from the Treasury is a little over
oueuumlred thousand d Hilars n month.
The Democratic State Committee
held a meeting in St. Louis on Tuesday
fixed upon Moberly as the place and
the 2Gth of Hay the time for holding
convention to elect delegates to the
Cinrinnati convention, and Jefferson
CM as the plice and the 21st of July
the lim for holding the State conven
tion for the nomination of Slate officers.
The most notable speech which has
boon delivered In Congress for years
was that of General Logan last week,
on the bill to restore Fitz John l'orter
to the army, with back pay amounting
to upwards of 00.000. The speech
consumed three days and was exhaust
ive and unanswerable. The readers of
the Sentinel will remember that Tor
ter, who was one of HcClellan's pets,
was court martialed in 1802 for dis
obeying the orders of GeHcral l'opc,
his commanding officer, and was dis
missed the service. The Rebel
Brigadiers m Congress have now taken
up his case and propose to re-instate
him. ''Had I been commanding that
army," said General Logan in his
speech, "there would have been no
Rtz John Porter knocking At the por
tals of Congress to-day," which means,
wo suppose, that the soldier Senator
would have disposed of the case on the
epot by a drumhead court martial. And
General fcogau, in our opinion, is ex
actly right. Porter deserved to be shot
and ought to have been.
The meeting of tho Republican State ,
comniltcc in St. Louis on Thursday of
lftst week developed a great deal of ill
feeling between the respective adher
ents of Grant, Illaine and Sherman,
and resulted in a split which may ma
terially effect the party in the State.
The Globe-Democrat of Friday pub
lishes a full report, taken by a stenog
rapher, of the proceedings. These w
lave read carefully, with a view of for-
ming'aB unbiased opinion, aud we are
forced to the conclusion that the unfor
tunate state of affairs now exi-ting
-was brought about by the brutal and
cverlwaring conrse of Chatmcey I.Fiilcy.
Briefly btatcd, tho proceedings of the
cemnssttec were as follows: The com
mittee av&s called to order by George
H. Shields, its chairman, who stated
that the object of the meeting was to
eelcct tho time and place for holding
the State Com cniion to select delegates
tot!e Chicago convention.
Cknoncoy I. Filley was present as a
proxy for Hoses Dickson (colored) and
James T. Beach as a proxy for J ilil
toa Turner (colored.)
The chairman (Hr. Shields) presen
ted ft telegram from J. Hilton Turner,
revoking the proxy to Beach and giving
it to him (Shields). He called the at
tention of the committee to this mattf r,
but Hr. Filley insisted that the com
mittee should first proceed to fill a va
cancy in the committee from tho first
District. Over this matter there was a
lengthr discussion between them, in
whicffalr. Shields spoke with courtesy
and exhibited a spirit of conciliation,
wbiln Hr. Filley was rude, discourteous
and overbearing, and, in the end, car
ried h point.
Mr. Filley then called for tho reading
of tho minutes of the meeting of tho
committco held in Jefferson City last
Way, and also for tho reading of the
rules adopted by a former committee
his object being to show that tho pro
ceedings of the last meeting were null
and void because they admitted proxies
. held by persons not living in the same
district as tbo persons giving tho prox
ies. This brought on another heated dis
cussion and developed tho intention of
Filloy and his backers to get control of
the- committee. (It should lie stated
hero that Shields is for Blaine, while
Fillfly is for Grant ) The lio was free
ly passed between theso two, and sun-
dry choice epithets indulged in, and
Filley was again victorious. Tho com
mittee refued to approve tho minutes;
and, thereupon, Filley, who now saw
that ha was endowed by a majority of
those present, moved that the commit
tee immediately proceeded to elect a
new chairman and a new secretary.
This brought on another hurricane,
and moro acrimonious discussion was
indulged in. Filloy again carried his
point and tho committee was tfecn re
organized br electing Chaunccy I Filler !i :im lo lnc c"" 01 Mr
chairman and James T. Beach S.-cretary. 1 TWlT Ct,St- :"",VMar,;h. 1 ' .
t. . .u , , , , Dear Sir: Iho Iicpubhean State
It was then resolved to bold tho Stato j Committee will meet for consultation.
Convention at Sedalia on the 11th of and to call a Convention to send dcle
April. j ffates to Chicago to tho Republican Xa-
Jlr. Shield, however, refuel to aek- 1 I-LVTh",!' v ' r" 'rV?s,la-v :Miri'J'
i a , , . 2.i, 1880, at tho Madison House, in Jef-
nowlcrfge the val.d.ty of tho commit-1 t6nma Cj,v, a, three o' lock v. n.
tro's anion in ousting him from its It is-very important that you should
c hairmanship .ind ha issued a call for J hc present in person. If, however, this
the committee to ureof next Tmdnv at ' cnn""J. hc: "'" representative man of
t , . . . ' . , y"r district with instructions.
Jefferson City, to select the time and ( ti0 -(l!imi,lii;n partv cannot endorse
place for holding the -State (imvotition. political dictation nor stillc individual
Thus it will be seen that tlH'n-rn oplnnm and expect to fut successful. . I
probability that Missouri will hold two ' thc,,r7 :,.sk attendance of the
' . , , , . ... committee in person,
conventions and scud two sets of dele- 1 Geo. H. Shield?,
gate to the Chicaro convention. Chuinn.ui
Holt county will bo entitled to five
delegates in tho Republican State con
vention to be held at Sedalia on the
14th of April. What complications
may aviso from the meeting of the
State Committee called at Jefferson
City next Tuesday, by Mr. Shields, it
is impossible to foretell. But tho State
Convention called to meet at Sedalia
on April 14th is undoubtedly tho prop
er convention, and Mr. Shields should
make his fight then and there, if lie in
tends to fhrfctafall.
In the quarrel between Messrs
Shields and Filler for tho chairman-
skip of the Republican State commit
tec, the Sentinel's sympathy is with
Shields to the extent of considering him
to hare been treated very shamefully;
but that sympathy does not go to the
extent of upholding him in his efforts to
divide tho Republicans of the State in
to two factions, resulting in two State
conventions and two sets of delegates
to the Chicago convention Let Mr.
Shields placo his case before tho Seda
lia convention on tho 14th of April and
abide by the. decision then'made, wheth
er it be for or against him.
Ex-Goveunok Woousox is "placing
it fine" on General Jim Craig. The
latter has been east far several months,
undergoing medical treatment. Wood
son has taken advantage of his absence
to have petitions circulated, calling
upon him (Woodson) to become a can
didate for Congress, thus hoping to get
the bulge on Craig, who is well known
to have an eye on that office. Lively
times may be looked for shortly be
tween their respective friends. Craig
beasts that lie is a ring smasher; and
Dave Kea, alhough forever shilved, is
mighty sore over the big majority Ford
got in the Democratic city of St. Joseph
nnd will undoubtedly return tit for tat
Uy attempting the daughter of any St.
ifepttbjltcax state con vjsxtiotf.
Headquarters Republican State
Committee, 2700 Chestnut street, St.
Louis, March 12,1880 Agreeably to the
unanimous vote of twenty-four of the
twenty-eight members of tho Republi
can State Committee present on the af
ternoon of the 11th inst., n Republican
State Convention will be held in the
city of Sedalia onjWednesday, the 14th
of April liext, at 11 o'clock a.m., for
the purpose of electing delegates to
represent the Republicans of the State
of Missouri in the National Republican
Convention, called to meet at Chicago
on Wednesday, tho 2d day of June,
1680, at 12 o'clock, to nominate candi
dates for the offices of President and
Vice-President of the United States.
Also, to select two Presidential Meet
on at Lame, and thirteen District
Electors. Also, to elect a State Com
mittee, and for the purpose of transact
ing such other business as may proper
ly come bofore before the State Con
Electors, irrespective of past political
differences, who will abide by and sup
port the nominees of the National Re
publican Convention, are requested to
elect delegates to said Slate Conven
tion. The basis of representation was fixed,
and will be one delegate for eacli 300
rotes or fraction of 150 upon the vote
cast for tho Republican candidate for
Governor in 187G, provided that each
county shall bo entitled to at least one
delegate, and that in the city of St.
Louis the delegates be elected from
each ward on the same basis, as near as
may be, which will give tho following
number of delegates:
Andrew County, five delegates; Atch
ison county, four delegates; Holt coun
ty, five delegates; Nodaway county,
seven delegates. Wo omit the other
counties, for want of room. En. .Sex
Tho Republican County Committees
are directed to call Delegate Conven
tions to meet on or prior to the first
Saturday, the third day, of April, 1880,
to select delegates, aud any failure so
to act in any county shall authorize the
Republicans of such county to ucet in
mass convention at the court house on
Saturday, April 10, following, at 1
o'clock r. v., in such county, to select
the number of delegates apportioned to
Officers of meetings appointing dele
gates will pleaso report tho names of
those selected immediately to tho un
dersigned chairman or secretary of the
committee. All committees are direct
ed to report any change in their organ
ization. Republicans arc earnestly nrged to
organize committees in all counties
where the same has hitherto been neg
lected, nnd report tho names and post
office addresses of such officers
And all Congressional, Judicial, Sen
atorial, Representative, eity anil town
ship committees are requested to report
their names districts, and postofficos to
the Chairman or Secretary of this com
By order of the. State Republican
Coramitteo. Chauxcev I. Fillev,
Jas. T. Beacs, Secretary.
In order that tho rcadors of the Sen-
""N". may bo fully informed in regard
to the controversy botween Messrs
Shields and Filley, each claiming to In
the chairman of tho Republican State
Committee, wo publish below the copy
of a letter addressed by Mr. Shields to
each member of tho committee. Wo
may add that, in our opinion, Mr. Fil
ley is now tho proper chairman al
though we do not approve of the meth
ods by which he became such and wo
doubt whether any attention will be
Hon. Nicholas Ford, member of
congfrss from this dintriet, has written
a letter to tho editor of tho Breeken-
ridge Bulletin, in which ho says he. in
tends to vote in favor of removing all
duties from printing types, paper anil
tho materials of whlcii they are com
posed. In this matter the head of the
Hon. Nicholas iu remarkably level. In
this connection it may not be amiss to
call attention to the report that Mr.
Ford h:ts recently changed front on the
tariff question. Heretofore he has been
a protectionist, but it is understood that
he will hereafter act with tho free trr.
dew. Good again !
There is not the slightest probabil
ity of an early adjournment of Cong
ress. Tho House hits spent the session
thus far languidly discussing tbo revis
ed rules, which have just been adopted.
The remaining eleven Appropriation
bills are now iu order (the Pension bill
has been passed), and some of them
have not beeu drafted; tho Funding
bill will be largely discussed in tho
House: the contested election cases
from Indiana and Minnesota will con
sume much time, as will the debate on
the bill appropriating money to pay
United Suites Marshals.
FAIItSESS TO GltEENHACKEHS
The disreputable manner in which
the Democrats in Congress are treating
tho Greenbackers is thus commented on
bv the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, and
expresses our views exactly : "The Con
federate Brigadiers arc showing me
country of" what refinements govern
ment by caucus is capable. It has now
become so perfected that it Northern
Representative inCongress has no rights
on the floor of tho House except such as
are nceorded him by ft secret Democrat
ic conclave. Hr. Weaver, of low a.may
not bo a patriot in tho strict sense of the
term. He mar deserve the reputation
which-lie has acquired of being a dema
gogue. But he represents a constituen
cy who had ft perfect right to select him
as their representative, and he is re
sponsible to nobody but them for
his acts and has a perfect right
to introduce nny kind of a bill,
and is cutitlcd to as much consid
eration as any other Representative in
pressing any particular bill after it is
introduced." But ho has proposed a
.scheme for paying a large sum of mon
ey lo Union soldiers, which the Bri
gadiers are afraid to approve and dare
not oppose. Their caucus, therefore,
instructed theJSpeakcr not to recognize
him on Mondayjhat being the only day
on which n motion on his bill is in or
der. For six Mondays Mr. Weaver has
attempted to get the floor, and the
Seaker has steadily refused lo recog
nize him. I.ast Monday a colloquy took
place between the Chair and the gentle
man from Iowa, but recognition was
withheld, and thus it is proposed to get
rid of Mr. Weaver's bill by over-riding
his rights as a Representative. Such an
outrage deserves tho condemnation of
even one who has any regard for the
freedom of public opinion. We have
no sympathy whatever with greenback
ism, bnt Greenbackers are entitled to a
fair field for their principles, whether
they are ex-Confederate or not. It re
mains to be seen if they can bo both
used and abused by the latter."
When the Democratic National Con
vention met at Washington City the
other day to fix the time and place for
holding tho Democratic convention,
there was a big jollification after the
business was ended. A great many
speeches were made, and one by Mr.
Dill, a Democratic congressman from
Ohio, hxs cnuscd a big flutter. Hr.
Hill had imbibed too much benzine,
and rerifying the old adage in vinum
vtrilashv let the cat out of the bag by
eriiphatieally staling tho real intention
of tho Democrats, in the following
language: "We intend to inaugurate
our candidate 'or President, whether
we elect him or not." This sentiment
has carried dismay into tho huarts of
tho Democrats because they believe it
will bo used with ireat effect against
them on tho stump. Senator Pendle
ton, Representative Lo Fovre, J. G.
Thompson ami others are smoothing it
over as best they can, and affirm that
Hill did not mean what ho said ; that he
was drunk; that he was speaking fig
urativHlVi etc. But this Is not tho first
threat which has been mado by Dem
ocrats in unguarded moments, aud
the Republicans will not pass it by
unnoticed. Tho country will bo made
fullvto understand tho intentions of
The thoroughly frightened Emperor
of Russia lias created a Commission of
Supreme Control, with Gen.Melikoff as
Chief, which is to have full powers
to preserve the Capital. This
means, undoubtedly, a state of military
siege ten times more severe than that
which existed before. It is the Czar's
formal confefSion of his inability to
preserve order in his own Capital.
Tho Pall Mall Gazette pronounces it a
practical abdication in Gen. Melikoff's
favor, but it does not seem to amount
tj that. Tho general condition of af
fairs throughout Russia is so critical
that Russian securities on tho money
changes of Europe are unsalable at any
The regular semi-annual squabhlc
over the St. Joseph postolfico is now ta
king place. Jim Beach and his sore
head satellites havo preferred a long
string of charges against ("apt. F. M
Posegate, the present postmaster, and
are trying to oust him. Wo know some
thing of the inside workings of St. Jo
seph politics nnd are acquainted with
all the parties engaged in this warfare
against Captain IWcgatu; nnd wo know
that Posegate has more true manhood,
more business capacity, more brains
and more popularity than all the crew
now bal king at his heels We are
glad to observe that tho St. Joseph
Board of Trade has passed resolutions
unanimously endorsing him, and we
havo no doubt that tho investigations
now being mado by tho government
officials will result in his complete yin
dieatiiMi, A dispatch from Berno announces
tho completion of theareat ttimrclingof
tho. Aljis under thcr St. Gothard Pass.
The. tunnel is nine niilcr in length, the
longest in tho world.
An Old ;Swtudlc Revived.
Wc note by our exchanges that an
old swindle, which was widely exposed
several years ago, is now being revived
and operated among tho farmers of this
aud neighboring States. A slick
tonguod rascaljnakeshis appearance at
a farmer's house and represents him
self as agent for some pruning machine,
hav fork or other farming machinery,
usually for some well-known and relia
ble house, nnd proceeds to appoint tho
farmer as township agent, offering him
extraordinary inducements, and the re
sult is the giving of a "contract" like
- a 5s
? f 5!
s 5 ?.
"John Jones" here represents tho
farmer. Tho contract is a harmless,
innocent piece of paper until the swind-
lnr cuts it in twain at the point indicated
by tho letters "a" "a," nnd then it
becomes ft negotiable note for $120, or
nnv other sum the swindler may choose
Tins is sold to a bank, and the first
thing the farmer knows it is presented
for collection and he must pay it. There
are various forms of this contract, or
note, and they are not so conveniently
or plainly marked as in our copy, the
letters "a" "a" being of conrse omit
ted and the. blank space where the note
is clipped iu two being less noticeable,
The onlr safe way is to refuse to sign
anything, unless you are well acquaint'
ed with the parties desiring your signa
ture. In theve days of invisible ink
no'hiug is safe on paper. A New Phil
adelphia letter states' that a farmer
named .Seaman was roqueted to accept
tho agency fr hay forks and carriers.
This he refused to do, and tho partie.-
then insisted on his giving them a rec
ommendation of the good working qual
ities of tho fork, as ho had one in
use, which he did. He is now notified
that there is n note with his signature
to it for $2,000 at a bank in Carrolltou,
Ohio. Instead of signing a recommen
dation for the fork, ho hud signed
Mr. John Huhlig, Poyaer, Iowa
sends us tho following communication :
I have been a sufferer with Rheu
matism for tho last six years; I tried
lots of medicines without any sm;cess.
Visiting one day the store of Messrs.
Wangler Bids., in Waterloo, Iowa,
these gentlemen induced me to try the
St. Jacobs Oil, tilling mo that it had a
record as a very effective remedy. I
bought a. bottle, used it regularly ac
cording to directions, an was relieved
of tho ailment from which I.had suffer
ed for six long years.
Col. D. W. Wilder or the St. Jo
seph Herald is being favorably mention
ed as the Republican candidate for State
Treasurer. As Col. Wilder was State
Auditor of Kansas for several terms we
think that position would suit him bet
ter. However, as the eharices for elec
tion lire not brilliant wo do not know
that it makes much difference. The
Sentinel v.-ould heartily support him
for cither office
A San Francisco letter to tho Now
York Tribune contains a paragraph
aptly illustrating the habits and tastes of
the larger class of suddenly rich men in
tho former city. It states that in the
residence of the late William S. O'Brien,
one of tho original bonanza kings, tho
furniture cost over 8100,000, while the
books in tho spacious library were val
ued at only $2.10.
Bv tho terms of the. treaty made last
week with the Utes their broad reser
vation half as largo as New England
passes from their hands, and the
j tribes are to be scattered in Now Mex
J ico. Utah, and Colorado. Ouray, lately
the proud chief of n nation, bocouios
the monarch of 160 acres of land on
Grand Rivor. The 16,000 square miles
of tho Uto Reservation, which the Col
orado people havo been regarding with
covetous" eyes, will thus bo thrown open
to tho world as soon as tho treaty is
ratified by Congress.
K. J. KKI.I.OOU,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will prac lire In all the courts of Holt and ad
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will nnellnt in nlirotirt nf MIssnuri.Kansas.
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' Ollfrtiims promptly atli-mM to.
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BTOBBB. HAHRISON & COMpalnMvlii!
At tho charter election hold last week
in Middletown, New York, live women
ran as candidates for tho school board
and were elected over their male com
petitors. A Good Housewife.
The good housewife, when she Is
giving her houso its spring rennovating,
should bear in mind that the dear in
mates of her house arc more precious
than many houses, and that their sys
tems need cleansing by purifying the
blood, regulating tho stomach and
bowels to prevent and cure tho diseases
arising from spring malaria and miasma
and sho must know that thereis nothing
that will do it so perfectly and surely
as Hop Bitters, tho purest and bust of
De La Matvr was renominated for
Congress last week by the Greenback
ers of his district. The Democrats will
probably indorse the nomination, but
Hr. De. La Hatyr will never go to Con
gress any more. He will be a candi
date for an appointment from the
Methodist Bishop when his present term
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch wont to
the trouble of interviewing the clergy
men of that city on tho subject of too
much kissing on tho part of the mem
bers of the cloth. It was a novel pro
ceeding, but it seems to have been suc
cessfully carried out, and it is worth
something to know that while tho
clergymen of St. Louis regard kissing
as a very nice thing it is possible to do
too much of it and get caught at it and
have a mess made of it all. This is
unanimously condemned by the sensible
preachers in tho great Western city.
Bcforo'you begin your heavy spring
work after a winter of relaxation, your
system needs cleansing and streng
thening to prevent an attack of Ague,
Rillious or Spring Fever, or some other
Spring sickness that will unfit you for
a season's work You will save time,
much sickness and great expense if you
will use one bottle of Hop Hitters in
your family this month. Don't wait.
See another column,
aiOXTOOJIKKY fc nilECKEn,
BANKERS AND BROKERS
Loan Money. Hmv Xntrs. Draw Drafts on all
r,rii-in:il rilll'l. mid CnllfTtlllllH imiinKtlV Inadr.
ray Taxrs fur imn-ir-lilpnls ; Loam iicinrtlatMl
on real estate, and Investments made on favora
ble tenns. Interest allowed on lime iciosiis.
Money to Lean on Improved Farms
at a iir cent, for three, five or fifteen
venrs. navablein Installments. Call on
nr address Morrison & CrsiMixs,
north side public Square. Oregon, Mo
Employment For I .mile.
The Quern City Suipcn Her Company of Cln
rlunatl, arn now manufacturing and Intrudn-
r ins their new Stocking Surp.irtcrs for
and Children and tlieir unequalled .Skirl Sus
penders for f.nlles. None should li without
them ; our leading physicians recommend them,
and are loud in their ur.iue. Tills manufactur
ing establishment is man ied by ladles wh
have mad the wants of ladles ami children a
study, and they ask in to refer theai to some re
Hahle and enrijrctle lady to Introduce them In
this county, and we certainly think that an ear
nest .solicitation Iu every household would meet
with a ready response, and that a determined
woman could make a handsome i salary and have
the exclusive agency for this county. "iVeadvle
some lady who is In need of employment to send
a postal card to the Company, with her name
aKdJlddrcss, and mnt!o:i this paper. Address,
Queen City Suspender Company, mis.ui, ivj
West Fourth Street. Cinrinnati. Ohio.
Whereas. Joseph S. Hunter and Dlcy Itu'i-
ter. his wife, bv tlr.lr curtain d-'eil
or trust, iiaina ine Mil nay m iirn. .m"
duly recorded ou the Sill dayof April" IfiS.al
liace.vo-i " ..-...-cr'sOtnce
of llo't county. Mo., did convey to
.i.., n-ni.t.t. flu. rnltimlii? iles-
eribod land In liolt county.Jlii.. to-wit :
The soothfast quarter of Ihe southeast ipiar
trrof section eleven. In township SO. ef range
37. Containing fnrtyZ&crts more or less.
Which snld Dredjof Trust was made to secure
Ihe payment of a certiln note In said Trust
Deed nientmned and ilecrlhel, and whereas
said note by Its terms Is dun and Humid. "
Now. therefore, under the provisions nf said
Deed ofiTmst. and bv virtue of the power there
in contained. th undersigned TnWee. nlliolTer
all the light, title, interest and claim or the
said .Ioeh S. Hunter In and to the alwvereal
estate aforesaid foi sale at publlo vendue,
to the hisliest bidder forcash at the Court llotise
door In the City of Oregon, Holt county. Mo.,
between the hours of ten o'clock In the fore
noon and five o'clock In the afternoon ou
Monclny. April 10, 1HSO.
for the purioesof said Trust.
A Lady's Wish.
"Oh. how I do wish my skin -A-as as
clear and soft as yours," sain a latiy lo
her friend. "YouYan easily make it .so,
anwerod the friend. How?" inquired
il. nri lniti- "Hv nsiii" Hon Bitters.
that makes pure rich blood and bloom
ing health. It ilul it tor ine, m you
observe." Read of it.
Order of Publication.
STATK OF MISSOt'Kr.l
countv or .now. f
In the circuit court of Holt county. January
lle.'.i County. rialntlfT. against Peter Knrrelly.
Ur.nlol K Joughlns. I'eter Sheridan and John A
At this day comes the plaintiff herein, and
It appearing to thexatlsfnetlon of the court that
the defendants I'eter l'arrelly. IVIer Sheridan
and John A lteechmrn are noii-resldenls of the
... . . . ..1 ,.v,,...t Iu. i.tllllt1lflllf(t III
niaieoi Jliwillll .urn hiiih-i - ---
this action: whereupon it Is ordered b the
court that said defendants lie notified bv publi
cation, that jilaliitlrt lias commenced a suit
against them In this court : the object and gen
eral nature of which is to recover of said de
fendants, the Amount claimed to be due 1 lain
lilt as shown bv a et rtnlH bond dated the .11;
day of Starch. 1S7S. for the sum of elli.VIs and
also all Interest due thereon ; and that unless
Ihe said ilofendauts be and apiwarat this court
at the next term thereof, to bo beeun and
holden at the Cniirt House 111 the city of Oregon.
In said countv, on Ihe Ssth dav of April issn
next, and on or In-fore the sixth day of snld
term, answer or plead to the petition In said
cause, the same will 1m- taken as co!i'i-scd. and
Id gin -at will bo rendered accordingly. Aud it
f urlhcr ordered, that a ismy hcrevf be pub
Ished according to law. A . K. M'RIM.KR
TT AOTOSIKTEH. We will eml to any iut
LJ itress.free . un reerlpt of one ilollar. a lae
lii ter. with Tewl to finld tile milk. Till In
strument will note tlie efteet of ilinerwnt KlniN
of "feeil" as well if tlie quality of tliemllk. snd
enable jon to weed out the our sloek.a.- Itco-.H
M nmeh to koep it pour cow a i Kod one. It
It espee Inllv utefiil to the eonsuiners of milk, nt
It iteteetsiuliilterothiin. We will nln vml.on re
eelpt of lliirt V eenK oue Hot of afer. widen
will deteet the presenceorsinydeteetf rlom mix
ture. Aelreularwlll be eneWd with fulldl
reeliunt. Yu are al agents for TliermoiiiB
terc. JJarometer. and Hydrometers. Addres;.
Willi full nainu. postoMlee. county aud State.
(!. SI FITCH SCO.
576 JferklmerSt. Kmokljn, X. Y.
fl D Tl V ' Q Over SHO Tjarf-ro
10 Full - Pace
For only $55.50.
' Tlili irmud volume eiubraeeH MR. MOOUVS
1 Ilest Mernuuii, ns delivered in Cleveland and
I Vt, liuls. the ruiults of two years hard .study.
It11'.Y CAN UK OKTAIXKI) XOWMKUK
Klse. AitentHWlll flud a ntpld sale cterwliere
for tldi Work. Our torm-i an- tmeoualled : out
tlt JI.ki. Send at oure f.ir thU and beRln the
C'anrakt. or adilrr-m for l-"lreulnr.
, ii. s. r,ooi)srKKi set)..
I Natv Vnrll r Ltrrttimrt.
I Pilloffs long used ncqniro n disagreeft
. bit odor. Tho tiriis should ho emptied
, and v.-.5hci tho fotttliers put into u hag
I nml pxmwc.1 to tiio heat of the eur. fo
Wo have just received a large invoice
Trade, consisting of every variety of good
We call Special Attention to onr Lino of
We will mention only those best known t tho trade :
"Weil Plows, Brown Corn Planters, Studelmker Wagons.
With a view to the accommodation of tho trade wo will keep our stock well
assorted. Respectfully inviting our friends and customers to call and examine
our stock, we remain Very Respectfully,
FORD & SMITH
FOREST CITY, MO.
Some tiling JTew!
Now have the Lar-ircst
THEY EVER HAD.
Parties wishing1 to purchase are solicited to exam-
ne our goods and learn Pricos.
West Side of Public
THEY WILL BE
" V 1 mTrTTrrVTmmV'muVTrVrWmTTrmWTTVnTTmTUk' I W id Ml ill TlrlrrrTlT
Buy ITonr Dry Goods
R. P. ZOOK & CO.
FOREST CITY, MO.,
Have decided to clesir their
their spring stockand are offeringtheir steck of
alt the verv lowest nossible
of the Dry Goods Trade have
strength in all the departments.
COTTON GOODS ARE HIGHER.
WOOLEN GOODS ARE HIGHER.
LINEN GOODS' ARE HIGHER,
And there is no telling how high they may go. Con
sumers can rely on
Buying their Goods at Lower Pricss now than later
Our price are ."till very low anil wo shall ho ploaed to havo our friends anil
customers avnil themselves of the opportunity to buy now before thoy are higher.
lP. Zook & CO,
Foi-cst Oit-y, Mo,
(Patented September i
It la the ilmplrtt truetnra fori
JtU Eaiily Adjiulcd to ny TfA
Anr panon can put onenpmfli
or CUt era.
a mlnnte. s
U hu no ttuclimenu to any P&aol
Every Chain U Tetted. The ck5 br BO
train, except the WrUht ot the -rater In terra.
The complete chain and bacti ta belnxnlYinized
alter construction. It never corTo-ieflT
It Workt ratily. The chia tuUnctfe lUelf, io
the only ruttttnee to ovrcvJbe U tho weight of
the water In the bncceta Aence, It ia the only
atrcctnre tht will ramejnferfrom &? wtllt
without a c rrnduiic llcrcae t (rioton.
It ml JI Fever Frteze. 1 1 lu he only piteo Ud wat
er dr wtrlnat ba.atocd ubteittiitnepaetooid
winteri In one IntUnco ir w.rtw irtely with
the thermometer 26 degnxa hclma Zero, erery tiay
for a week.
Aa the inverted cops peca around tha wheel v
pendrdinthecQiln it lha l,.tuim! the well. r
cittern, they are conatSnly utachaxKins wr
throaih the water fromlh bottom to the t jp . Thla
not only thoruiguly agitatea the Water, bat It
forces alarge anrploa of oxygen from the atr Into
the water, and thiaacrploi ot oxygen la tuffloUut
to coniome all luiparltlea or oigulo tuaturta
the lonleat well or cltern.
Uaaaiactnrvd by the
Majfield Water Eleiator and Purifier Co.,
802 N. Second Street. ST. LOUIS,
Sole Owners ot the JlijOeld Patent.
CAUTION. All parties are hereby cantlen-
w against nting any Water Kierator which la-
frtajte on this patent.
J. E. ASHCROFT,
President and Treasnrcr.
Frazer & McDonald'
FOREST CITY, MISSOURI.
rilitVXS.VCTS a Kf tierat laiiktnir biisltte.
X SelN exrliatiue on tho elder cities or tho
United State and Kunipe. Allims intervt on
deiHHi when left apecined time, tolleelloni
nii lve care'id attentlou. ,..,
II. It. FltAZKlt. t. MtONAl.l.
j J. T. TIIATCIIF.Bi M, t).,
I UOMtEOl'ATlHS L' AND SURGEON,-
" OUKOOX, Ml.SSOfltl,-
' onieo over A. J. Castle's Store. Xorth Sidu td
r liiblle Sinare. Calls proniply made day or
of Merchandise suitable for Snrin-r
usually kept in a first-class store.
and Finest Stock of
Square, OREGOX, MO.
shelves before laying in
nrice. Never in the historj
the markets shown such
U 1 1. 1. 1 , M I! Al'ST,,!' K O 1" K I K T O It
I Would respectfully Infwrm the inti.ll.' Rener-tU'th-it
i hnm ittin!insi(l of Hit jttiTe estate.
. Ilnu one half mile north of Cralir. Holt c-iiintv.
Jlii.. a location mra rnui iiy
land Is what Is termed second l.:to:ii. which U
tlie Ik-sI fur the healthy Ktow ;h and t arty matu
rity of nursery Mock that can l c obtain;-.! til
this coiiiitrv. llavlnir nritiaiteiitly located !i-n
I Intend wi-rklnrr for the Int.n-t of the H-ople
as well as myself. I I'l Brow t""t"'- vl'"
slirulw. etc.. and will make Hue fruits a spccial
tv. Ilavl'itt had ten enrs ererlenrr In ilary
Oite. .Mu . I am confident tlttt mv Kionln-:
M-k willKlves.itl-'factloii. I refer to any of
my nld custimier.
All er.-dltoM and othtrs Ititereotttl lit the es
tate' of .Im-ob l!app.dee.-asel,areiitlned that
the midersicni d itdiiiliilstratir of mi d i-stati- in
tends In make fluid settlement of saIi. iM.tle at
the next term of the I'mbateCoiutot lloireotm
IV. Mo- to lie lmMcii at Orepmt.lnsaid coanly,
tin IhoUtli dayof IVlirtiarv l-.
Wm. HAW KIN.
Tillilie dliiiii!rr.t' r
tfOR SALE ASD
AT 8 PER CENT. INTEREST.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Money to Loan on Improved Farms for a tenn
of Yean at a
LOW RATE of INTEREST
CAS PAT OFF NOTE WHEN DESIRED.
Parties having Improved farms for sale.
wjil find it to their advantage by placing
the same In my fcands, I am ceustantly
having applications for icprcveg farms.
Leave de-cription and price.
Office over Schulte Brothers Store.
AGENTS FOR THE
STUART - SINGER
With all the Attachments.
All Machines warranted for Three
Wo rrp.iir nil kinils ot Machines and
warrant our work for oe jear.
.We tell -ill kinds of parti to Sew
nz Machine and keep nil kfuds of
Old Machines taken in exchange for
GAUDNER BKOS., AT
MILTS BEOTMES STORE.
X. .H.1V1LLG, M. n.,
1FKICE O VEIt T. S, IIIXDKU DRCO STOSE.
CIIUONIC DISEASia A Sl-ECIALTr.
KawSlolIISKII 3'.V.M. toJIJP. M.
ri)ll-llt;ltot at e.Pl'Tr. f rr.
TIBS IS MONEY!
ittett becaiiie It will not tear or rip the mot
lioei not put idf or break buttons.
You enn wvah In the parlor, kitcheu or crflar
lthiiut spbisbliiK the water.
The Hiiter In the machine ! entirety elioed np
and the steam wilt lint iwtie.TOii-hiutEly the
water will remain Ut mucli biaKT titan ut n
open tub. ...
The nucUIne Ui arrar.jed tluit It on beaet
Intnaeuininnn Xu. 13-!nMv-d tub. and is the
nint durable machine in exWenee.
You would not do without it for ten timet Its
e: after trvt!is it. Att iii.irlur ans warriut
etl to da all tint U reprecnt-d.
It U thv only ilitlitanale machiuv In cxw-eiK-e.
the rt;;!it-ansle pint wotfcinsonthc sauw
principle js If wxiiiini by hand.
It will liine-piereatalliueltha.-nia!l
aii'.ouiit of water, r.r Ave er tx !l:lrtv I blanket.
1 iul:t. or their nlvalen. with ss tuueb: water
as j ou eiio-e. lri'e of machine.
WlttiTnb. S.CO. WIIIiontTst, WSJ
AceutM Wnnlpd, towhont liberal dleonnts
will le nuule. Tlie money must Inrailably ac
eam;.ny Ut onter. Territory fr sal.
Jteniit lv I. O. Money Order r.r draft to the
patentee. n nhum all eommun'i-atloiw bonld
fee nddreVU - Kr.NHKL. Sr.
Or iron, Holt County. So
OKEGOr; TtmnSFER AND exprlss line
To the public I would say that I am
still in the field and ready at all timua
to acciiitinimlato my pairum..- Any
thinjr fiitm-tcd to my care will bo
promptly attonibil to.
C mwon With Vour'Ortlcra
HENRY MOLTKR, Proprietor.
i i.. . KNWI.r.S.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will l-raclleit In all Courts. lieal Estato bul
uess a'i Colleclioas promptly attended to.
In those days of peUcstriaiiism, thia
' isn't bail: "In "the race for matrimony,
it ia not always tho jr'rl who covers the
' most Inps that wins."
The worst tiling that can bo said of
, tho ltouo-tly is Unit it (sometimes both
ers the minister so whilo ho is preaching
that it make it npiwar to the cottgrcj-a-lion
that he is winking tit ono of tho us
, tors in tho gallery.
, A woman who can write ft letter with
out two-thirds of her totijuo prln:ttn-
i rrom her moutluw lilted for a better
work than thia.
l-nnttsnio plmbtc in infancy; cluvnge-
. nblo in rhildhood; -tiII inoro'rcsolute in
voutli; firmly routed in mauhootl. nml
iiith-;ilIe iu oM aai.