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1 - t FIIIDAY MORNING, FEB., 22, 1807. BUdlNKdB notices in this column, twcntyfivo cents per lino. Moon valuablo matter, for want of room, is deferred until next week. Advertisements or notices not mark ed with the number of insertions, will bo published until forbid and charged for accordingly. . Wantbd By a young man, a situ ation on a farm. For further informa tion, address or apply at this office Sowing Maobinco. Good bargains in sewing machines, of all tho celebrated manufacturers, may bo had by applying at this offico Call and get prico lists and specimens of work. A City Election. Tho timo for holding a city election is attain annroachinc. Is it not timo to bring out a few candidates for May or say twenty-fivo or thirty? Lot us havo a legal election, and let us elect liro energetic men to office. Effects of tho Thaw. Many of tho streams north of this plnco aro said to be overflowing their banks. Travel by stage on tho routo to Council Bluffs, owing to this and to the torriblo condition of tho roads, has been near suspending for a week past. The freezing weather which set in yesterday, however, may improve tho condition of the roads. Old Friends Again. Somehow pcoplo always ltko to sec old. friends, and this reminds us that that old friend of the public, S. IlEftsil deroer, has gono back to his old Stand again, having purchased Mr. Lciimer's interest in tho firm of Kreik k Lah- raer. Wo welcome you back to our bu sfness circlo, friend IlERsnnunaEit, and uro suro your old customers will not fail to Join in tho woleome. By the way, tuoso who want to buy goods or sell country produce, should not fail to read tho new advertisement of Mcssi's. Krcck k Ilorshborgor, in another col umn. Who Wants to no to Collogo P I have n perpetual scholarship in the Farmer's Collego to dispose .of. Th collrgo is eituatcd threo miles north o Cincinnati, on Collego Hill, nnd is one of tho best institutions in tho Union. For particulars apply to Chas. W. Bow man, editor of Sentinel, or to R. D. MARKLAND. Oregon, M'o.'r S3-4t Como up my frieqds, n dozen tnko, Of photographs, (or other's sake. Yes, this is tho idea, you should all walk in right away to Ruley's Photo graph Gallery, and havo your likenesses taken for fear you "drop off" ono of these days and we all forget what you lookod like. They don't cost much. Offico, in Drag store. 31-4t Tho Now York Musical Pioneer, in an impartial notico of tho musical in strument manufacturers in this country, says, that tho interior finish and me chanical work of tho American Organ, manufactured by Messrs. S. D. & II. W. Smith, is admittod by all to take tho first rank. Chas. W. Bowman, is tho agent at Oregon, Mo., ond will givo prompt at tention tb orders for tho above instru ments, Important to MoTiiEne.-Mrs. Whit comb's Syrup for teething, is certainly an admirable preparation. Its powers aro positive, as tho sunlight from hcav on. and gentle and soothing as an an gol's whisper, charming as it wero tho most irritaulo anu restless or tnoso ten der buds of the human family into qui et and swoet roposo. Mothors, as you lovo vour offspring, uso it. It costs on ly 25 cents a bottlo, and is for sale at all drutr-storos. N. B, lio suro and ask for Mrs. Wbitcomb'a. What mado Barnum rioh ? Adver tising. What sold our Government bonds? Jay Gooko's Advertising. What mado Bonner's Ledger ? AdViR tisino. What mudo A. T. Stewart's fortuno ? ADVERTISING. What sold 210,000 tic)ots in tho Crosbv Op era llouso schemof AJJYBUXIOIJXU Jtywnt patter Know tliy Destiny. Madams E. F. Tiionmo. tho Brent English Astrologlst, Clairvoyant and Psychometrlclan, who hns astonished tbo tctcntifia classes of tlio Old World, 1ms now looted herself nt Hudson, N. Y. Madama Thornton possosscs such won derful powers of second tight, ns) to ennblo her to Impart knowlcdgo ortuo greatest importance to tho elnglo'or married of cither lor. While In n state of trance, tho delineate tho features, of tho person you are to marry, nnd by the aid of an instrument of Intense power, known ns the rtycliomotropc, cuirnntcos to produco a liro- UlcopicUro of tho future husband or wife of tho applicant, together with date of marriage, po sition In llfo, lending traits of character, &o This Is no humbug, ns thousands tif tcstlinonlnls can assert, Sho will send when delved n certi fied ccrilficate, or written guarantee, that the plcturo is what it purports to be. lty enclosing a small Iock of hair, and stating plnco of birth, age, disposition nnd complexion, nnd enclosing tiny cents and stamped envelope nddrc?fed to yourself, you will rccotvo tho plcturo nnd doslrcd Information by return mall. Ml communications sacredly confidential. Ad- reps In confidence. Mauamc II. F. Tnon.Mox, l 0. Ilox 228, Hudson, N. Y. 11 3.1 ly Wonderful Tint True. Madame IUminqton, tho world-renowned As trologlst nnd Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while In a clairvoyant state, delineates the very. Ten turos or tho person you nro to marry, niul ly tho aid of an instrument of iutense power. Known ns the Psychomolropo, guarantees to nrouuco a perfect and nio-ltrco plcturo or tnolu turo husband or wife of the applicant, with date ofmarrlnge, occupation, leading traits orclinr acter. &c. This Is no Imposition, ns tcstimoni nls without number can assert. liy staling place of birth, nge, disposition, color of eyes ami hair, nnd enclosing Gfty cent?, ami stamped envelope nddrcsscu to yourscit. you will receive tne pic ture by return mail, together with desired in formation. mSf-Address In confidence, Madame Omv TiiuuE Rkmin(1ton, 1'. 0. Hox 297, West Troy, N. Y. li Hilly A Youjm Lauy returning to her country home, after n sojourn of a few months In the city, was hardly recognized by her friends. In placo of i coarse, rustic, flushed face, mio had n soft ruby complexion of almost marblo smoothness nnd Instead of twenty-three sho really nprenred but eighteen. Upon inquiry as tu tho cause of so great ii change, she plainly told tlirui that she used tbo Ciiicassian Halm, nnd considered It nil Invaluable ncnulsltiun to nnv Lady s toilet liy its uso ntiy Lady or Ueutliniincaii Improvo their personal nnpenrnnco nu hundred fold. It is slmplo in its combination, ns Nntuio herself is simnle. vet unsurnnBS cd in it J clliency in draw iug impurities from, nlso healing, cloinslngnud beautifying tho ekln iw.d complexion, lty its dircotnctlonon tho cutlclo it draws from it nil Its impurities, kindly henllng tho same, nnd cavinir tho surface as Nature Intended it should bp. clear, soft, smooth nnd beautiful, l'rlco $1, sent by Mall or Express on receipt on nu order by W. I,. OLAUlv & CO., Chemists, No iJ West l-nvetto bt , Syracuse, is. l. Tho only American Agents for tho silo of the samo. HiMiy WANTED : 20,000 hu. OORKT 10,000 Ira. Wheat I Highest Cash prico l'ald by FRAZER & BUITTAIN (Successors to Turner, Frazor & Co.) COMMISSION AND PRODUCE Merchants. RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS. And Dealers In Dry Goods and Groceries, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Queensware, Harness and Saddlery, m DOORS AND SASH, PAINTS, OILS, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTERING IMIR, PLOWS and Corn Cultivators, And everything Usually Kept In a First 01u Store ! Wo guarantee satisfaction, nnd- will sell as low atgoodt can be bought anywhere. . FRAZER& BRITTAIN. Forest City, Mo.-li33 HEAD QUARTERS IN FULL BLAST I " ' . K II RECK &. UnSIIIIEROER AGAIN ! FARMERS, nro your hens laying t Wc buy EGGS ! Aro four cows giving milk? Wc buy U UTTER ! Do you wish to exchange produce for goods t Wc have the goods' and tve want your PRODUCE! It Is not necessary to mnko n cntnloeuc of nil tho articles wo keep-for siile. Wc havo n lnrge nnd, ns usual, a well selected stock of goods. mr we bought low. jm car WE SELL CHEAP, j&t Come and sco what wo nro doing. It is a plcisuro to us to show goods Wil ly Court A'olict. Allen S. Conn, Plaintiff, 1 ngninst Civil Action by At Uurrcll W. Evnns nnd ( tachmcnt. Townscnd Evans dcl's. J MOW at this day comes tho plaintiff, In the J nhovo entitled cause, beloro the undi slcncd clerk of tho County Court of Holt county In vacation, and files his petition nnd nf- fidavit, stating nmong oilier tlilng!, that the nbovo named defendants arouo.ii-csldcnts of this State. It Is thircupon ordered by tho cleric aforesaid In vacation, that publication bo made notifying them that an ncticn his been com mcuced ncalii'-t them by petition nnd attach muit In tho Circuit Court of Holt county, In the Statoof MNsouil, fmtmlod on nnote for thosum of two hundred nnd twenty dollars, that ills property Is about to bo nttached, nnd that un less they bo nnd appear nt tho next term ofsnld court, to be lioldcn nt tho Court house, in tho city of Oicgon, within tho county of Holt, on tho 'Jid day orApiii, Iclii, nml on or before the third day of tho term thereof. If it shnll so long continue, and If not then beloro tho end of the tcvin, Judgment will bo rendered ngalust them, nud their properly sold to tntlffy the tamo. It Is further ordcrod that a copy hereof be publish ed in ths Holt County hRNTiNiit, a newspaper published In fnld county of Holt, for four vecks Miccaitlvely, tho last insertion to be nt least four weeks before tho commencement of the next term of said c un t. At. u" copy. Attest : 1J. I,. A1.LKK, Clork rffh'JJnSa It Court Xoticc. Uomulus J. l'olndoxtcr nnd Illlznbcth V. l'oin doxtcr, his wife, John C. lllnir and Vlretnta JUalr, his wife, plniulill, against Drnry T. llisley. Sua m I). Ilisley, IMwnrd C. Hheror, nnd Martha A. Sherer, his wile, AN liert llnsley, Mlllrcd. Unsley, IMwird Kiisloy, Mlllaid l'eikins, nud Mury l'erklns, defend ants. iOW at thls20tluhy of Fubruary, 18CT, comes IN thoahrvo plaliitlll'j by their nttomeys, In the nbuvo entitled cause, beforo tho undersigned Oleik of the Clreult Court of Holt county, In va cation, nnd tile their petition nml nilidavlt, sta ting iiiunng other thlng-i that the nbovo named dolendant?, Drury T. ilasloy, Susan U, Kisley, IMwnrd C. Sheror, nnd Martha A. Sherer, his wlfo, Albert i;nley, Mlltrcd ll.isley, IMwnrd Hal"'y, nud Mary l'erklns, nro nonresidents of thin Stato.' It li thcreiiion ordered by tho clerk nforeald, In vacation, that publication bo made, notllylng thorn that nu notion hns been commenced ngatnst them by petition in tho Cir cuit Court of Holt county, in tbo State of Mis souri, tho object nnd gcnernl nature of which is to have partition mado ol tho following describ ed rial estate, nmongst tho nbovo named plain tills nud dofendauts at heirs nt lav.-, of IMwnrd A. J..isU'y, dcccntoil, to-uit: Tho northwest quarte r of section eleven, enst half of fractional ijuarter of seo-3, west half of fractional qr of sco " ; the no frl ir of sec 10, nil In township sixty, of rnnge forty i lot number 0, of nw nud hw ui qr, nnd lot number II, ol aw nml so til nr of sco No. 30, in township 01, of rnngo No, -10; lots 1 and 2, no fit qur, nud t J. of no frl qr, In seo No, 22, in township. Ul, of rnngo No. -10 lying jind being in Holt county, Missouri, and that unlesi they Do ami nppenr nt tho next term of said court, to bo holdeu nt tho Court house, in Oregon, within tho county of Holt, on tho 22d daff of April, 1807, nudon orboforotho third uay tlixcot (ir tno term snail so long continue, and If lot, then before tho end of tho term,) plead.Mnswor, or demur to plaiutiffs' petition, tho salo will bo taken ns confessed, nnd judg ment audcred accordingly. It is further or- dcreiffhat a copy hereof bo published according to lavl A truo copy. 9 Attest: , E. h. AtLEN, Clork. feb 22n33-i :oi;rt Notice. bn Wliori ploln 1"r, 1 Civil Action by Attach- i n7,alnst V lVt 11. Wilstfl dcf. J IlUAvilsonflihlntllfin went. f February, 1807 comes tho nbovo entitled oilVDby his nitoiiioj, beloro tho unuormgneu c'.?rK of tho CiKiiit Court of Holt county, In vn niitlon. nnd linMni nrmiouslv filed bis notltton and affidavit id now files an additional nilida vlt, stntingjwongst other tilings, that tho above named devndant, Itobert II. MIsou, is a lion resident o his At a to. It Is thereupon ordered by tho cle cation bo nloiT-enld, lu vacation, mat pubit ado notifying him that an notion has been com attachmc need against hint by petition mm in tho Circuit Court ot Holt conn ate of Missouri, founded on nn ac ty, in tho oount for t tum of two hundred and seventy hat his properly has been attach- fivo dollars. od, and that! nlesshe bo and appear nt tho next term of sal ourl,loun noiuon at tho uourt houso, luJ, ;on, .within the county of Holt, on the 22d4Ty f Anril. 1807. nndon or beforo tho third (Ivy tlrcof (if the term shall so long con tinue. and if not. then beforo tho end of tb term,) Jifllgmcnt will bp rendero! against him mi l hisfrnpoity rtfld to satisfy the tame. It is fiirlh'- ordcreiffthat a oopy hereof to pub llshed accordiud i law, A truo copy, Attest i E. L. ALLUN, Clerk, ffeb 22 p33 4t III.ANK UlUlltN. A SUPPLY ALWAYS ON HAND. AT Till! iX Ssntinel Oflice, Can supply nil demand. tor viaoKs. Furniture ! Furniture ! Furniture ! Pino Lumber ! Pine Lumber ! Pine Lumber ! ROBINSON k PLATTER, Forest City, Mo. Il l ly. Philip Phillips & Co., Wholesale nnd KctatI DUALF.ItS IN .1 Xillt VIJ, Vy .JLU1 1X1 l U AND ti3rorisor s. General Agents for S. D. & II. W. Smith's AMERICAN ORGANS. Tho Amciicnn Organs, nro tho enly rent reed Organs now beforo tho rublie. The only Or gnu having n KuvcrucrntiiiK Sn:iiiil Hoy, or Wind Clifst, Which has tho fnmo Important part to perform as tho Sounding Hoard has in the 1'lnno Forte, (to givo body nud rosonnnco of tone) and with out which the Organ becomes merely a Mclodc on In nu Onxnn Cnc. The American Orcans not only have tho Wind Chotor Sound. Uox, but havo the largo Organ Uullovrs, civlnc power nml crcat p1cuiUiihh cii tone. These with their extreme fine voicing o: tho ltceds and pcifcctiug of tho tone, make them tho Most Perfect Organs Known. The Improvements, with superiority of tone nnd workmanship, placo tho American Orgnu: In tho Iront ram: ns tuo best, nml tuey com mnml u higher prico than any other rccdlustru meut in tho mnrliet. These Org ins received tho First Premium nt theorem Si. I.nuls l-nlr In October. l.vcry Instrument warranted ici- live yenrs Send for clrcul ir. Manufacturers of tho cclcbrntcd Philip Phil lip's & 'Co,, l'innn Forto. Aro nil thu laigosizo seven octave, fully guaranteed. Putillhers of tho "Singing Pilgrim," (new nnd "Musical Leaves" for Sunday Schools. PIIIMFPIIILMPS K CO . 110 North Cth St., St. Louis Mo. ii-no.iy IRA PETER, UEAUSIl IN BragB and Books, Mnin street, North side or Public Srjuorc, nlly L UMBER AT McCoy & Bro's. rnilE undersigned desiro to Inform tho public X. that having ndded tnnny improvements to their Aim, and obtained an iinmenso etocu o Logs, they aro prepared to supply all Demandsor Lumber, And at ns low figures as nny mill in tho county, A largo Stock of imiltling nud Fencing Lumber Is kept alwnys on hand enabling us to fill or dcrs wnu tno Utmost Prom2)tness. Orders may be left with us for tbo Delivery ol launljei' At auy point. A road has been granted, nnd will soon be opened leading direct to our Mill from tho Mound City road nt Ulalrs, which, makes tho dlstanco from Oregon twelve miles. MoCOY & BIIO n30-lt o w Q O o There cometh glad tldlng3 of Joy to nil. To youog nml to old, to grcnt nnd to small ; The beauty which once was so precious and rare, Is free for nil, nud all may ue uir, lty tho uso of C II A. .S IMS JO JLj A. J ' s WHITE LIQUID EN.JMEL, For Improving nnd bcnutlfylng tho complex- Ion. The most vnluablo nnd perfect prep irntlon in uyc, for giving tho skin a beautiful pcnrl-llkc tint, that is only found in youth. It quickly removes Tun, I'icckcss, Pimples, Mulches, Moth Patches, Sallowucss. Ih'unttous, ami all Impurities of tho skin, kindly healing tho same leaving the skin white nnd elenr ns nianaster. Its use can not bo detected by tho closest scru tiny, and being n vegltnblo preparation is per fectly harmless. It Is tho only article of the kind used by tho French, nnd Is considered by tho Parisian ns indlspcusablo to a perfect toilet. L'nwards of tJU.UUU bottles were- sold during the past year, a fiiflicluit gunrnntco of Its efflency. Prico only 70 cents. Sent by mall, post-paid, On roceipt of nn order, by HUUai;il, K HUT To it. Co., UhcmlsH, 235 lllvcr strcot, Troy, N. Y. H331y PUMITURE ST0I1E! AT OHEGON. WOULD lir.SPKCTFULLY nunounco to tho peoplo of Holt county, that they havo es tablished themselves in tho Furniture business, at this place, where they will keep on hand nud manufacturo Kvcrv DcHCl'intion Of Furniture, from the tiucst and most fashion able, to tho plain nud UIIIISIUIIIlllI. ALL OHDF.n.3 promptly filled. in tho Undertaker's Lino, Call nnd cxnrolno our Stock forn purchasing elsewhere. nnd Prices, be- nQ-ly II. G. SCIIULTE, JJAS now on hand nud Is dally receding General assortment of Groceries, such as Coffeo, Teas, Sugar, Flour, Fish, Mackerol, Fruits, Ami in fact every thins consumed in u family. Prices rcasonublo. Call and sec. Cly FOK SAXia. A Residence in Oregon. T offer for Salo, on easy terms, a fiW ltoute, nnd two lots in tho Western nddltlon to Oregon. A grcnt vnrloty of fruit trees on tho premises, nlso well nnd cistern. Apply soon to T. II. Paumsii, or J. LAFOLLETT. 31 tf josxrn HODLIIZELL. CUMMINS k IIOBLITZELL, (Successors to James L. Allen,) Dealers in Dry 'Goods, Groceries, and Queens ware, at Allen's old stand, Oregon, Mo., are determined to bo excel led by nono and equal led by few. Try us and sec. IS. IS. JTXt, AZ1311, MOUND CITY, MO, HAVING purchased tho Store houso and stock of Mr. Frame, hns mado largo additions to thu samo miscellaneous of goods suitable for this trado. Ho keeps .1 General Stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, In short everything usually found la a country store Prices as low as any. llnl-ly ITCH! ITCHtl SALT .ffS SALT. UH R11EUH1 WIMt R'KUMI mtl cure the 1TCU or SAZT !u n fiiw niinllrvittftncj Tt tilwn niirftq nrnfrm acratchoa. chilblain?, Ulccrp, and all eruptions Ul MIU Skill nilUl V UtllUt 1 V1J1UUIU3 ill U UUVll liiVU in vnltif cures speedily nnd thoroughly, Pi Icq $50 cents n box. Sold by nil drurRists. Ily it i'a..i, t.. I..-.-4 nnt ru'u minTii. Pl'imiHJj UU Lull 13 I II II llllvl IU jJ iJtilii j I'llvi li KUS. south-weflt cor. ild : Vino ats., St. Louis, ... ! . hi t . i . ! i r .no., li u st-in uy iiiuu lieu ui ri-oiiiv. Court .'."oticc. Granvlllo T. Hoston, ) against -Civil action. Pnt. H.llucklcy & others J jUOW on this day comes tho Plaintiff by his .A. I.ViU. .IV,) , ...IK ,I.U VUU, . IIVI.I ... S.lU . defendant Patrick H. Uiicklcy cannot bo sum- . , i. , . f . , moneu in mis ncuon, li is uicreiniu unimu tl.n .!. tt.At!n., l.n .n.i.ln tn,lr..tntT l.lm flint n,t nctiou has been commenced ngalnst him by petition In tho Clrcutt Court of Holt county, iu., mo uiycci uiiu gcuvrui naiuru ui vuutu in to procuro n good tltlo to certain lands, nnd that unices he bo nnd nppenr nt tho nest term of this cuurl, to bo lioldcn nt tho Couit houso. In Oregon, in suld county of Holt, on tho 'J2d day of April, 18D7, and on or beforo tho third day thereof, If tho term shall so long continue, and If not then beforo the endoftho term, judg ment will ho rendered ng.ilii't him. It is furth er ordered that a copy hereof be published ac cording to law. Attest : li L. ALLI'.N, Clerk. Unwarth h Collins, Att'ys for Plff. feh 15 J dt Ta la-n Up, BY Jeptha Martin, of Lewis township, coun ty of Holt, ns n stray, on his plantation, a pale red cow, threo years old uest spring, somo white under her belly running nut under her right flank, somo whlto in tlio bush of her (nil, marked with uuderbit in each car, horns turn lu at tho point; appraised nt eighteen dollnrs. Dono beforo me this Gth day of Feb., 18G7. Ill 3t .IAS. 8. HART, 3.V. 'l'n k en nn, BY Solomon Comer, oli his premises, in tho city of Oregon, county of Holt, ns strays, and pasted beforo mo tho nndcrsigncd J. P., on tho 'J.M day of January, 180", ono whlto sow, with datk spotted skin ; no marks ptrcolvable, will weigh nbout two hundred nnd fifteen pounds gros-s. Snld sow has eight pigs about four days old. Appraised by G, P. Luckhardt and An drew flemccker nt the sum of ten dollars. ai nt .ias. s. hart, J. r. Tnlten Uji, BY James Rlair, In Ronton township, Holt Co., Mo., ono whito steer threo yenrs old past, marked with two splits in tho right car, nnd nn under hnlf crop in tho left car, branded ou tho left hip with something, enn't tell what j np praised at $10. Ono red nnd whlto spotted bull, ono ynnr old past, has no marks' or brands; appraised at SI. Ono od ntid whlto spotted steer, ono year old past, marked with a swnllow fork in tho right enr, and a crop off tho car ; ap praised at eight dollars ; nnd ono deep red steer, one year old past, with somo whlto in tho foro head, and marked with a crop off each enr ; np praised nt S8, by Uriah Illalr and John M. Hut ton. Posted beforo mo this 1-lth day of Jan. 1807. W. J. MARSHALL, J. P. 31 3t Administrator's Notice. "jyrOTICH Is hereby given that letters of ndmin 1 istration upon tho cstato of Goorgo W. Jof fries, dee'd, ncro granted to tho undersigned, at the Februnry term of tho Holt County Court, bearing dato Bin day of February, A. 1). 1807. All persons having claims ngalnst said estnto aro requested to exhibit thorn to mo for allow ance, within ono year from the dato of said let ters, oi- they nny be prooludcd from nny benoOt of such estato, and if said claims bo not exhib ited within two years from tho dato thereof, they will bo forever barred. JF.SSH A. JEFFRIES, Adm'r. feb 8 .11 -it Taken Up, BY Joshua T. Sedwlefr, of Lewis township, Holt county, Mo,, as strays, the following cattlo: One heifer, ono year old this spring, of Muo and whlto color, n crop nnd split in tho light enr, nnd a crop off the left cart valued fivo dollars. Ono stcor, ono year old, cf red oolor, whlto breast, and a little white on tlio end of tho tall, a crop off tho left car, nnd a holo In tho right ear"; valued fivo dollnrs. GEORGE WERER, J P. Forest City, Mo., February Uth, 1807. 32 .It . JOB l'UIXTINt;. Sue 1" UCH as Is usually dono in country offices, Is romptly executed at tins owce. DAVID T. CUMMINS.