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FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 16, 1807.
Wi pUco an XI utter tho ntmea of subscrlb
ers, when their teunsnf subscription bavoexplr'd.
If thoy do not then renew within ti rrn'onablr
time, we tako It for grunted they do not wl-h th
piper longer, nnd drop tbelr nnme from tlielll,
Tub Governor Appoints the 28th inst.
Guant Clvbj nro being formed by
tho Republicans almost every where.
Advices from tho Mexican Capitol to
October 24, stato that President Juar
ez has been triumphantly re-elected.
A special from Havana of tho 8th,
soys Santa Anna is thcro engaged in
buying a farm.
A Frodcrick, Md., special 6nys: upon
tho receipt of the news of tho elections
on Tuesday, the rebel flag was flung to
the brcczo at Libcrtytown, in this coun-
.A movement inaugurated by tho peo
plo of Choyeiino City for tho orgnuian
tion of that portion of D ikota into
new Territ6ry will present itself m
Washington this winter, backed by n
political, financial and geographical in
fluence which .will bo very-likely to
mako it successful.
Col. John Doniphan has been elect
ed member of tho Ugislaturo from
JMatto county, in placo of Hon. H. J.
Tho Board of Health of New Orleans
has declared tho city frco from yellow
fever, nnd.citizcns and strangers aro in
vited to return without apprehension.
Tho.it.otal number of douths from the
epidemic this season has been 8000.
A Vaahington Bpecial says : It is ex
pected'that tho President will, during
tho present week, appoint a successor
to Mr. Stanton as Secretary of War
As yet no selection has been made, bui
it jaf believed that tho Executivo U de
sirous of bringing into his Cabiuot one
who is as no.tr as may be the type of
tho .Conservative; sentiment of tho peo'
pie; as evinced in tho recent elections
Tho elections have generally, resulted
in Democratic gains. Tho Domocratio
majority In Now Jersey seems to bo
about 12,0-JO. , Tho Tribune figures tho
New York Scnato nt 19 Republicans
and 13 Democrats, and tho assembly at
!D Republicans and G8 Democrats. The
Democratic majority in Maryland, from
tho returns in, will probably roach 40,
000. In Wisconsin, a R publican Gov
ernor i9 elected by a majority of be
tween 3,000 and 4,000. Tho Demo
crats gain six or eight Members of tho
Assembly and thrco or four Sonators,
In Massachusetts, tho Republican
State ticket is elected, but by tho license
issuo tho Democrats were enabled to
claim a majority in tho Legislature.
Minnesota elects tho Republican tickot,
but it is thought negro suflrago is de
feated. Kansas clocts a Republican
Legislature, but woman and negro suf
frage are both defeated.
ttv If ! rtMllnnev.
nctcHer, ueveraer a rrecia. or a new worK last issuing ireB ue
nation for a amy of rsrtlicl - . , .nJ it
New Wohk." Origin and History
f iL. T..l. -t it.. ll!l.t. i. it., l! .1. I
. fw t war a ' a I . I'VaaaV X at m
Thanksglvlag aasf rvalta. press, pj raewn. ,zeigier, neuutrjr, si . AAalv
, Olive street, HtLouif, r
In this eltv. on the 11th Inst., of CrouD. I
CORA HE'LL, daughter of John C. and Maktba
Ii. visa, igoo b year, i months, ana zs day,
This little girl lived next door to us, and was
cainst ono Uonservativo. ino tJon- . . , , 1 . " ... uaco.n Sbouwers id.,
b ' vui.o .v. nnil nrivilnrroq rumen nnd cnod mill !.."
.. . , to .... .. .i! ioa I i i o 1 uieur Biues,.
scrvativo receivcu 100 vowi out oi iou, raong mQtu mmSi counlry cur(d(
and was elected. That would havo been Given at tho executivo ofBco in the iAttn-
bad onouch for Missouri. Oi'y of Jefferson, this fifth day of No-
w I I 1 1 I.. V
Tn nnnlnbnn rnnnt. wo lnrn from veraucr, in mo year ui uur Aiuru uut boot, Uo.
................ j, ... . . I !!.. U. I. A Pinrtirr.il.
io White Cloud Chief, tbero were 600.
voters who did not vote. This will ac
count for Democratic gains, for it is State of Missouri tho fortv-eichth.
afo to bv that the Democrats voted to THOMAS O. JbLHIUlihH.
1 v Jt
n wViHa nrtmiMinfl trprn fnr ton tOO UOVOmor X
n,liff0rnnf nbmu ihn r.rnt (nr, which AHBI3 OCC j or OWv.
-" " - - a
cro to bo docided.
Co.i No. 518,
Heartily o informing to tho custom of r. ' o. .414u.mnf
- , ' A I I IUVI ftj VV f rt VI V1VM Vff
annually soiling, apari a uajiurmo puu
lib pcrfurmance of the Christian duty of
rendering thanks and praiseB to God for
all tho blessings which gladdpn our dai
ly paths, I do hereby appoint Thursday,
, , , ..I. 'te ,t j., well known to ui all aa.awett child, and loved
and request uli the poople of tho State ... L .fvL. l .'-..'ic.
of Missouri to absta n Irom the pursuits doi f her now sorrowing parent!.
of business on that day, nnd to meet in Tbero li nn old my log that those whom the
their usual places of worship, to unito in gou ipecmuy lore me. enriy : anu i mere n
thanksgiving and praises to our God- SSa. lStft. WJS
lor ma merciua vi auuuunui unu uauiei- it. Hbe waiof a rnont meek, cenlle. and for-
ed harvests in which "tie has crowned gUlng disposition. Combining lheeebeaTcn-
tho year with His goodness ; lor thriv- ru 'irtues, eemeJ already roatura.and
, . , , Ircailr for trnninlnntlne to a better clime. A
inginaustry: tor peace anu uomcstic .mu tbt did not omit to nrT nlsht nnd morn.
eaod order: for the social nnd moral I lnchc must DUt 10 blulitnn voider nereoni. I
improvement Of tho people, tho learning uuieno nai gone, ana auancanaaow nasiauen
r .1 o l i. .1 .1.. e .1.7. on the home of llrother Vcis. But hero. Is the
of tho Schools nnd tho incroaeo of the consoi4,ion, whlletho. mourn a child lost to
Churches ; for prosperity in the maitS earth, they are prlrlleged to rejoice In a child
nf n.nnmiirpn mid Triidn : for all nrca. suTed In beavon. "Suffer little children to
ant lirnpfiri. nnil tbn ri,!h hnnM nf tho umo u?.to m fr h Is the kingdom of
, -r Leate
Let us also emnlov that befittintr oc- THE 5IABKETS.
cnsion to renew solemn vows of fidelity I Oniaon, Mo., Nov. IB, 18C7.
to our countrv. and to tho mcmorv of fToas, o 00 1
ThoXargcst Stock v
' t .. V 'i'A
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Oven, in Iowa township, Doniphan
- tr .t it. I.i: vl
cluiiiv. jiiiibui niiun- m i n. pnnntrv. nun in rnn mnmnrv niiuoui
have at least two hundred majority, they those who died in its defenco ; to tesify n""uC.V:V " w ill
T.I m I vVllli VI UUUIIHSIII ! HMM IV I
fooled nway their etrcttgth by running unew our Bjrroputny witn ino cwim or wsAT--Fal!l bushet, 2 001
. . . I wiiiir linr.minmoti f r( onrritiv finH niir I Hnrln 1 AO I
three candidates lot ttepresentative " r-7 -- P.n.;;K : " r" " i5I
uiiiiiicoo 11. uig tu i "b" H,n-Shoul,l.r M lh 10
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HATS and GAPS,
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Ersr broufbt to JTott county.
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thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven ; Cuicken, dox 2 603 oo
of tho Independence- of the United Vo"ZZl SSgi
States the ninoty-second, and of, the osions bu 76
Selling; Ohoapor thanEvor,
Flouu prlng wheat, Vtcmt 6 005 CO I
Full 7 CO!
Corn Meal, l bu .' -95 1
HoNxvt 1 lb , 261
SunauuM Molasses, gnl 60 (n 00
URIED APFLES, ID lU(a) IL'j
A FIRE occurred at Scdalia, Mo., on
Tub Council Bluffs Bugle of tho 17th 9REK!' Appw wlmer, bu 1 001
says of tho progress of tho upper divis- gSlt!: "
ion of our railroad : ury, ; 12J l
Cash Paid for alt Kinds of
GRAIN OR PRODUCE
io nicht of tho Oth, causinc a loss of This road is now otien to tho station. Wood, W cord
property amounting to $125,000, of opposite Nebraska City, called East V
which tho insuranco covers but a small "la '"" wu"- wt YvW
portion The Independent Press print- ?' Sl rLr i.
ing establishment and tho McKissoek rvillg passengers, tho mail and freight. To Consumptives.
uouso were uunicu xuv uuuuiuga uu- i no nrao or leaving uouncu umns is Thc Uer. EUwnnJ A. Wtlion will iena (free
Drtnnr1 ipava mnaflv ImoinftQQ YiniiQDO I ft AO A. AT.. tX fiTi thn rnitim tllft train I of chnrpo to nil who tllrA It. tha nrerlni1nn
y - . . 1 t iL .1 a. ! . L: O-Cnlwlth thn iltrnrltnna fnr mnVInw anil ilaln l ha I umiD. ftlia Wlllltll ffOOUftftS OafaD ftl thft flhiftD
and conta ncd beavv stocks of coods. ""v8 Blluo ueP"' "."" -V" . r..,u YZ C.u
HiJtT Coittt Sentinel.
a chajweWor any ojve to
' GET A PREMIUM.
Iiook at Our Keoommsndationi.
We this week reeslved a number of the Holt
County. Sentinel, and and It. to be a psper wor
thy the support of Radlesls. It has entered np
on its third volume, and appeen.to b la ,
flourishing condition. Wtf i(lh Its proprielersf
unllmltrd success. Sfbckton tntAtn,' Oct'.
We find th Sentinel on of oar. beet txeaiesv
ei, being conducted ttUt mafked ability and
spirit. The Sentinel kssof Ute created quite a
stir, by a correspondence from this city, in w blob.
me irutn is tew in regard to two oUtailng.rep
resenUtlfe papers of St. Josepb'-rone.dally.and
the other weekly. St. Joseph 'Empire, Oct.-
18th, 1807. t f ' . ,
ThebesOconnry piper' tfth NorthVcst
Herald, Oot, 11, 1807.
' i it
ool at our OsTorai '
1. Any person who,, will" bring. us 'tWO new
Sbbscribers, at two dol!e'esob.'wIirrec'clTea.
copy of the American Agrienlturist for one year.
2. For TIIBEE new subscribers,, at two dol
lars eeob, we will give a copy of Demorest'a
Monthly Megssln for'en year, (a obanee for
the iladles) or an extra copy of the 8imtiil
f 3. For SEVEN new subscribers, at two del-
1... L. Ml t . ( . I
ins cgd, no win, giTe n copy 01 e(ioer, Har
per's Weekly, Monthly, or Osier, ,or the Atlan
tlo Monthly, for one year.
4. For TEN subscribers, .'at two dolUrs escb,
we will glre, to a lady, a dress pattern worth
rive dollars or Demorest'a Msgattne and any.
other mngmlne shYmay seleot ; to a gentleman,
any goods to.the ssma amount; for lata by any
merchant adTertlstngln .the fiiatlHix'.,
6. For FIFTY subscribers, at two dollars
eacb, will glre a Ben'dstead, Weshstand.-and set
of chairs from any Furniture store In the o'on'n-J-.
. . .
0. For ONE HUNDRED subscribers, at one
dollnrand fifty cents, we will give a spleddld
blsok dress suit of clothes, a Knitting Machine,
or Hewing Machine.
7. fprTTWO HnNpRED . enbseribrs,'ai one
dolfar and fifty cents, we will glre one of Ma'-'
no & Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, or all of the
abore uamed premiums combined)
These extraordinary propositions, will be
kept open only until Fobuary lst.,18871 Let all
wno wisn to ayatl tnrmeelres or our oner do so
at once. It only requires a little Industry sub
scribers can be bad for the seeing. Address
UUA3. W. UOWBIAN,
' Oregon, Mo.
' . ..
We always pay the ' highest cash price for
which were , almost entirely lost. The - Xof olZ I)
Pt mi. ..: i ( ,i, simple remedy by which he whb cured of along
. M. The running deportment of tho Rtld dr(nil dbeMe Cim,utnp0If
Florenco, November 7. -Accounts of
the last ongngemen't near Rome have
been received. During tho bnttlo on
Sunday Garibaldi brought into action
10,000 men. At ono timo during the
day tho Pupal troops wcro beaten und
Garibaldi was' gaining ground whon the
French carao up and turned his victory
into defeat. It is now reported that th
insurgents lost 800 killed and woundu
and '2,000 taken prisoners.
Paris, November 7. Information has
been received from Romo. that tho Pon
tiCcal authorities miond to prosecute
thoso citizens who voted in favor of the
union with Italy. The French Govern
ment haB made representations to the
Popo advising him not to allow this pur
poso to bo carried into effect.
London Nov. 8 Friends of Gari
baldi stato that at tho battlo near Monte
Roundo ho had only 4,000 men. The
Standard suvs thc sons of Guribuldi are
Still at large, though concealed.
Fmhunce, Nov. 8 Garibaldi is to
bo.tried at Florenco.
Paius.-Nov. 8 Gen. Ii. Marmora,
the ltilian Minister, lately had un uu
dience with the Emperor and asked for
the ..withdrawal 'of tho French troops
London, Nov. 9 A dispatch from
Glamogan, Wales, states that a terrible
explosion took' place in ono of the mines
of tho' Furr.dalo Colliery in that coun
try. " All the miners, thrco hundred in
number", wcro at work. At tho last ac
counts tho mines were on fiio, and it
was feared that but few, if any, lives
would bo saved.
London, Nov. 10 Additional par
ticulars havo been received of tbo terri
ble calamity at Glamogan. A few o
tho miners escaped from tho burning
pit at,Furndale. It is not yet known
hoyt many lives aro lost.
London, Nov. 10 Midnight Th
latest accounts from Wales stato that
two hundred lives were lost and burned
in the mines.
- There was a bread riot at Barnstopl
to-day, which oxceeded in ferocity and
destructiveness the riots at Exeter. The
mob broko into tho butcher's shops an
bakeries and plundered them and thou
set them on fire. Tho police and mil
itary were obliged to nro on tho nob.
calamity will fall heavily on that young Brown, as conductor, and Mr. A. J. hopes every suifrrer will try ibis prescription,
and thriving city. Scovell, as engineer, and we n.y y.
, , .T -n t. . . .1 m passing, mat, mu iruvenug puuuc ,on, No. 1C5 South Second Street, Williams-
H. w. WAViSAi-oui, sij., una Bu.ii i k jn jjj-j, terra3 of tho COUrtCSV. burgh. New York.
tho North Missouri Messenger, of Mexi- caro nnd competence of theso gentle- Information.
co. to G. W. Gallowav & Son. who arc men. Infurmatlon guaranteed to produce a luxurl
- In. .,.,. ,,n - t-.. . .1. I 1.1 I. .1 V 11 .
hereafter to conduct it. Its nolitical I &utn, or ratner soutn-oast ot "met "-;"- - -f--" ""
----- , . i a l i inLL-4 iiinu u iiuiuh iui mn
I iicuniBuu vjiiv , iuu uacu in huh mm 1 111...1... ...
miles or tbo otato nno. lttio satno sort, clear, and beautlful.'can be ob
FRAZER & BRITTAIN,
FOREST CITY, MO.
trt witKln kit
Mr. Duvcnport rctirrs on account of Hi nn(i nrosrcssinir nt tho rato of about '"Ined without charge by addressing Tho. F. p A "R T 1T Til T M A "K" 17. "R
health. Wo regret losing from our half a milo a day. cuapman, chemist, bi;j Uroadway, New lork. v-.xi. a .a. .sxu
t.. . . t pl i
niuisi bo euicicnt unti usciui a meraocr A ,.. rr a..w W
of tho fraternity as Mr. W. haB proven nftino is Sia8 Woodson, said in a speech
hiraselt to uo. tho other day
Errors of Youth.
A Gentleman who suttcred for Tears from
OtSt. Joseph, that "whon Nervous Debility, premature Decay, and all.tlie
, nnnf,r tl, ril,f t J ffwtaof youthful iodiscretlon, will, for the
Pnr Q n fir.n.pii iF cj. T.miic tlin ..-.-... sane o! suimnng uumanlty, sona Tree tonllwbo
COL. b. 1 . GLOV Ell, of bt liOUIS, the vot0 pn th(J negr0) tha( ,y fte ioved (he nMd Ui ,he recbpo nnJ dirVctiona formaklng.thr
nrosncctivo uonservativo uovernot, in Government a thousand limes more 'mpie romeoy uy waicn be wBcureii. suffer
BOOKS AND ENGRAVINGS FOR
We have on band a few nbolce ExaaAYfiias
and a variety of Nkw Dooks, mostly received for.
advertising, which' 'we are willing to dispose of
at the prices annexed. Any of the engravings
or bo. iks, except Webster's Dictionary, will be '
sent, post paid, on receipt of price. The fol
lowing is a list : '
Our Great Authors'
Dawn of Freedom'
.ci. .11 ni .1 .H
-fun uiuuut ......,.(.....,.,.,,.,. . nil
Tho Surprise" H 2 60
The Farmer's Friends" 2 .60
Washington, (full Ungtb) '2 00
"Heavenly Cherubs" ,' , 00
Webster's Dlo.nnabr. 8.000 lllui.raor...
Qraat and his .Campaigns, , .
tour i ears in Ofcsssia...
Jsne Eyre, Currer Dell
noiuiers urpnans, Biepsetn.: x
a published letter declares that hcreaf
tcr ho will bo found acting with that po
litical organization which oflers
, .n..l,i i,. era wisiung in prom uy iue auvertiscrs expert-
than lie does, lie. would say damn the -n' u n(iiirniini. in T,.rr.i rn.
'I'lllO IPftl . - , .. . , . n. . I
ucuce, john u. iiqpsn, ss.ueuar dc, wewi
Government, let it sink!" This, we
I nf thn llnmnnfonTJ ('un h mi oat tn on on,
nopotui prospect ror putting dor80 this Bcntimont? Can a loyal
down the Radicals." Again, "If Val- man voto in the ranks with men who
Manufactures and sells all kinds of
andinohum fraternizes with mo in that would utter such words? Can ony but
- l.aaea a I 1-
,.,.;nn t .i,.ninn mr t,in. rebels ond rcDol BvmDutliizers.voto sucn lftiu
. . . . .. I sentiments f Wcsavno! Loval men. " ueoreo W. iiaskins. aimervisor of market. Call and examine. He has also made
Clplos tor tnnt reason. .mlrn RnPJi anntimfiinq' frnm vnn na vnn H'Rletrallon, In nnd for'lhe county of Holt, and arrangements t'o keep on hands an assortment
- . . . . v. ; .. i aiaiD ol nilflintirl. ttn hpfAhv elrm nnllnii an ll
ivniilil h aknnv.u. nmnvi n Itnnnhli. I . .. ' .
r wuom u may concern, tnat me several rents er
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY,
! EGiSTR ax ipis n o t, i b e,-i, At pr,eei.bl4if w, Mj eou:p&tion
log otBcers appointed b;
I or toe qualified voters
iv me to maae registers I
in the several efeotlon I
BEADY MADE COFFINS,
A NEW ERA I IV LITERATURE.
Mr Frank Leslie, ono of tho United can
n . . - a V 1
commissioners to the universal Q Scn0FII3, f an official order, .et. '
Exposition in Paris, has availed himself Lnnouncrs, tho result of the recent elee- i",?'"? iu Js??!Li!fiJiS2f I J hortsj.t posnlbU aetlM.
The total unmber of election dlstrlots, from 8 o'oIock A. M. to 8 1
of his visit abroad to introduco some tions in VifEinia.
i 'J - j n . . t . . . : . I niiiii" in I
new and very interesting features n his votes cast was 1 U'J.SUH, out of UlO.iai o dock, v. m., on Monday and Tuesday, the PriqUn('omce
, ,T. . . votora reeisterod Of these 107.H42 26,h and 20tb dttJ8 of November, 18C7, at the ut.ii.lv,
popular publications. Ho has atrnnued olors "g'""0" ui idpii tui.ci- usual place ofvotlng in eacb election district of " y
SHOP, In . Walters' Building, , opposite., the
. i ,,ri it L uaum uiuc. ui ivuuxiui
I a. n nn . i ntin.k.ll rV ihn wlinlA .ill r-i hn. I . . .
withan-imbor of tho loading authors """"""'"'V u"uV'i ,a,?"un,y' a,0'
place of voting in eacb election district
rpiristpifld 1 wern for n Oonvention. aim At the court house. In East Lewis tawnshln
J .? m n . i m i I 5 " . . . . ' I ' r
ana artists or Europe to turnisn novels, 61,887 against, making the majority in eiecuon oistrict. ,
INurrattvea anil Jinyravinffa. which will Favor or a Convention 4o.4,r).(i. The . ..." ' T-r -
o a " i - i 9fjip
nnnear oriainalv in hia nublioationn. Convention is called to ossemble at the At nlobvllle. In Nodaway township.
i a r . uj r,. 1. 1 hall of tbojlouso of Delegates in the -'Atthe.liepubUcan school houiei da;
ha at.la nnarllans n whas nr. allnrl KKOnd. OH the 8d daV of APoullllam.' mlll..ln Union town.hl,
. , jjecemoer next, tor toe formation of a At Monad, city eohi6l bouse'ln B.nto
nuvuiitu buvcib, uiuo jjrutuuiiiijr oet- atato uonstitution in accoplanco witb snip.
I An 'am. rri, I At Coston's mill, in Dallas townshlpi
nu-e vuv.ulv-.,bu. u. j rvu.- r "7 nn"A . ' . X"" Given under my hand this Uth diy
inc his literary material at first band. t'on startdB 70 Radicals to 85 Conserv- Uembt'r. .1807.
hi.,. ... . li.i . :n atives, 25 of tbo former bciner colored. 'GEO. W. BA3RII8, Sup. Reg,
iuis is a, uuiu uiuvcuivui,, Mi.umupivivc , m , j0.2t Holt ceVsity, Mlseoiirl.
to do a remuneratlvo ono, since "lion- MunDBitER o Gun. BATLKY.-Wra Mo- -inTiriT vnTTPP
estv is the best TJolicy." Tho first of Waters, ono of the murderers of Gen. 1 1
these novelties is "Adventures Among Bailey, lato Sheriff of Vernon Co., Mo., Utatoof Mlsswl.y
.. . WflH idMitiflfld nn thp O.ftfli U. H. County pMIult, '
tie tiriganas," ay riereo agon, htq.. a ' n; - io County Court of Holt connty, regulsmsrm,
A A ! t..i "-"-viiiv, ium, wu, i' liiullilf UlIUMir Kovember 6th. 1867. Were 'thi foTfowInc
things baa anu done : sa
oomes William tleaauiamp, admin
be estate of William tVtCreadr. do
presents to ttie court Vis petition.
nrftvlni? for an order for theflale im'iin mtifth nf.
Witt, TJn 10QWIII nlr.li(!vnnwniDr)erof P'Btl Bnot8 wfre exchttliged. the real estate of said deoesfd asBlll;pay and
With JNO. Ua Will also 06 given awny r , ? satisfv the rrmalnlna debts due, bK said estate
a mngnificont Original Engraving, Slop Destructive PrAiriu Firb. We ?d yet UDPW .want of sufflfcnt assets,
Thief, or The Monkey's Grip! from learn that the Indians set fire to the Squired by law in such bnftxaminsiion
. ..... I n.:,,.ln nr . V. n I h T,. .! . 1 ! I . . , . , 1 .1 -.-It Su t . 1
nnrrnfivn nf Adiranturn in Ttnlo. nv ht i i. . i . ".
J -j "- Known no ierc town suaoeti v. h wa
popular novelist and facinating. writer, purfued and overtaken, but finally eB- Nowiereoot
which will coraraehco in No. 129 of caped after a desperate struggle with 1'" and pre
t rank iiosile's unimney uorner. hu,d,ud'i wuicu marge num-
C. A.. KOWLEY,
Exclusive Dealer la
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
Corner Third- 'and i Felix Struts
St. Joseph, Mo
eep27 12 6m
IMPORTANT TO HORSEMEN!
A Perfect B efriaerator aad Cooler.
IMFLAMATJOM OAMNOT CXIST WIISB1
Prof. "Anderson's Dermador"
la annuel 1
IRESH'woundS, galls, call
tllO famOUS onrt popular painting Of that r""" UB" ,"inu, on tnia wnrreoi 11 is oruersu ioa an persns
t .k -P.! pM.wt J side of the Nemaha, last Friday, id M'Jt''!M'
uiuu itt .uu xauwB.i.u.., nun "ull, ,h cra u oAmn . 1 application as aicreaaiu uw ueii iamn
nrnn.,(w nf Pnrnn Rtfivnn. nt 11 ? bfl0m0.IDea"8 80t a0,B that unless th. contrary baAofiKaa or
r-',"v - " io me norm aiue or tne river, and da. h. flr.t nt th. nt n.iKwjtm nf
alls, caias, nrntses, arearK
uowa uuu uvaivu hiihvui iuu.n.uuiii
interested I scratches, sand cracKs, f eliinge nnd spral
itifled that I cured by a few applications. A thorough t
and I will also eure swssnev. coll evil, windfalls and
nerore i lameness, from whatever cause. , ,( ,
troyed miny hundreds
of htiHhfds nf court, to be begun and beld on i
in soruary next, an oruer wuii
nnrn nnil n I n rr A tmniinf nl aiIi......
Tn average grade of the U.,P. R. R. erty, belonging to a farmer on thtTbot- ..I ZZ&XSliW
r l . ni . . t I run. i- ni i o 1 . . .. ... . . , v .
from Omaha to Cheyenne, is thirty
three feet per mile. Upon tho ascent
torn. White Cloud Chief,
ment of said debts and & is fiuthi
e for tb
! e-.IT '-1 - f
II IHVHMK. I U III I 1 1 1 1 1 1 U rpiini
. uiu b1 u """"j ana 0H4 from altiiaice, upon the croat
1. it. !! , i J lt.!l Bit. A - ' A... O""!"
uiuuiy iwi w mu uiuo is vnuuuuwreu. uigurfay ,oi uto AH)rican comment.
tbat tuts notice be publlsttu In. some newsp
per in, this State, for four vneks before the'neit
For'cartcet, sore' teats and bsgs, and all sores
ana swellings on oows ana oxen, it isinvamoie,
Propr's, 121 Main st., Duffalo, N. T.
MEVER BROS. & CO.,
Wholesale Ag's, Bt, Louis, Ma.
term of this court,
: Attest i
A'true eopr. "
W. B.PAVI8, Cl'k.
QUqn.ss Is usually done in country offiosi, Is
laj CTompuy UK.(vatiinis-ooe,
. S 6 0O
i 2 60
' 3 00
Oplotn Eater.'DeQnlnoyti j ,, i li 60
Life Among tlie Iudians, Finley i 50
mw v.j " vnuKUfcvi ....m 1 Ml
Lawyer In the School Room , ' 1 jq
Family Poctor ' j- 50
Sr. J. B. MtLIiEH'S
M A G N E T 1 JO B Jl. r., nr
INSTANTLY cures neuralgia and pain" of every
description, and is therefore Very nronerlv
named a "Magnetic Dalm." . V
it euros cholera,. obolera morbus, cholera In-
f.nhini ilna.n I... .1 ! 1.
, "j""".1). uBuuiti, summer com
plaint, painters' oolio, cramp and pain In tba
stomach, sicx headache, toothache, sea sicKnesr
Kidney complaints, canicer. rash, canaer in the
mouth, indigestion, heartburn, coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis. ever and ague, rheumatism,
croup, diptherla, Quinsy, and sore throat.
Said by all Druggists. Trice 25 cts.'per bot
' P. BANSOM A CO., '
Propr's, 121 Main st. Buffalo, N. Y.'
. I MEYBR BROS.'&'CO..
Wholesale agents, St. Lonls, Mo.
D188PLUTION NQi:iqB..otie, iK
. hereby given that tho Dartnerahin.
heretofqre existing between O. W. Cammlas and..
Psorge Anderson, of Oregon, county of Holt,
State of Missouri, under the name and style of
i a. r..l , , ... . . .
nuuvrauu a. vunmmi, is mis any aissoivea, by
mutual consent. Qsorse Anderson rallrinr.
The business will be conducted at the old stand
ny u. w. vummins, wbtre aU those indebted !
the old firm are requested to call and settle.
, . O. W. CUMMINS.
Oregon, Mo., Oct. 80tb','18S7.
Cor. Main finale sts.
Saint J oskfrEr, Missouri.
a A. THOKNTOK, Proprietor.
This House hss been re-'opened, and will be
kept open for the publlo In excellsnstyle. The
(able will be supplied with' tba best the market
affords. Boarders accommodated at reasonable
rates. octlS 8m'
A DMINISTRATOR'S HOTIOE.-.
il Letters sf administration on the esta(e.'ot
Mary Tharp were granted ' to the nndersignedV
on the 12th day of October, 1867, by tba Coun-
ly Court of illolt coantyi.lt All parsons aavig
claims against said' estate arerequeetedM M
biblt tbera for allowance, to tba'admlolstrater,
within one year after the'dete of said letters or
they may b preoladed'from'any beaett af ah
esute and If uob claims be not tahlMM
wlthn ' two years from the data of aUlattartf
thi-7 ill be forever barred.
This 26th day pf Oflt.7JWTuw. -i:
WILLIAM LAWBEI-CE, Adm'r. ,
A SUPPLY ALWAYS 00 HAND, AT TBI
liTiitOBoe Oaa rapptM-dmaieV''.
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