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OroKOB, Missouri.. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 0; 1868, Old papers for sale at the office of the SlNTINRL. D. P. Ballard, esq., is authorized to receive subscriptions to this paper at pur campaign or yearly rates. HorbI'OOrapub taken in tho boat style, and at tho lowest prices, at tho 8RHTINM. Art Gallery Call and ox mine specimens. An editorial from the New York Tribune, on the subject of impeachment, is published on tho first pago of this pa per. We commend it to tho loader. Castle & Lehmer continue to supply tho general demand for Boots, Shoes, Over-BhocB, Gaiters, Slippers, etc., at their usual low prices. tf MRS. KENT. This now well known lecturer and au thoress has beon sojourning in town for few days past, and will lecturo to night at the Oourt House, on tho subjeot of "American Women." Mrs. K. is the author of three pamphlets called "Four years inSocessia," "Woman Suffrogo," and "Universal Suifrago." She deliv red lectures at St. Joseph, Leaven worth, and Omaha, in tho fall of 18015, which were highly commended by the paper. We hope tho ladies and gen- tlomon of this place will avail them selves of this their nrst opportunity to hear her. Lecturo commonccs at 7 1-2 p. M. No charge for admission. CITY ELECTION. The time for electing city officers will soon be here. The following offices are to be filled by election : Mayor, Asbcs sor, City Constable, and nine Council men. Section 4 of tho Charter re quires that to bo eligible for council man, a person shall bo at least twenty oneyears of age, a citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant of the city for two years next preceding the elec tlon. The Mayor shall bo at least twen ty-five years of ogo, and bo otherwiso qualified as in the case of councilmcn. The Assessor and City Constable must each be possessed of the qualifications required by councilmen. The election willtako placo en Tuesday, tho 7th day of April. "Trot out yeur nags," gentlemen. STATE INSURANCE COMPANY. We call especial attention to tho ac knowledgment of Mr. Georoe, wherein it appears that this Company has just settled a loss roceived by him at Fill more, Andrew county, Missouri. There has beon much abuse of this company lately by various persons, and many predicted that it would soon collapse. Satisfied as we have beon that this Com pany is engineered by honorablo gen tlemen, and that they aro determined to pay every dollar of their losses, it plesBes us to have our impressions of the Company confirmed. Although the business of the Company has been very much impeded by falso reports, and by the infamouB conduct of half a dozen wild cat insurance companies whioh pre tended to have their head-quarters at Hannibal, and which have lately bro ken up without ever paying a singlo dollar of losses, and the State Compa ny has been wrongly confounded with them, still the Stato is beginning to prosper, as it did before tho advent of the bogus companies. People see that while daring the years 1866-7, ell these humbug concerns have gono down amid tho desolation by fire which has swept ovor the land, the State Insurance Com pany has steadily pursued its way pay ing every loss, making as yet but ono assessment on its deposit noteB, and that to an amount not to exceed tho or dinary stock' rate of insurance; WhatJ ever may be said about tho assessment, there is one thing certain, this Uompa ny is in a first rate condition. Its char ter olone.is worth fifty thousand dollars to any company in Missouri, for it iB the last speoial charter that it is probe, ble any company will ever get and it is erpetual with extraordinary privileges, t has at least ono hundred thousand dollars of capital whioh iB amplo secu rity for all the loss it can possibly bus tain. This capital is secured on some of the best real esfate in Missouri. If any one grumbles atiiis assessment let him pause and conBifier, that when he has paid it, his insuranoo has not1 cost him io muoh as it v&uld in any good stock company EXCjTEMENT, AT FILLMORE. An affair has occurred at our neigh boring city of Fillmore which creates no little talk. Tho Vice-President of the State Insurance CgBpaaywhcnhewM bout starting" to iSat town to settle urj pay a rocont loss of the Company, sua- !-.J t rtfi-M - i ll- miueu uj a ir. ueorge, recoivea a cub paten tnat an agent of the Company, Mr. Awbell, had been robbed of money belonging to tho Company to tbo amount of somo fow hundred dollars. Tho Company had Mr. Awbell arrested immediately. On appearance for ex amination ho waived all procoodings and gave bond for his appoaranco. Aw bell's statement was that at a certain point on tho road between Fillmoro and Savannah ho was stopped by two men on horso-back who demanded his mon oy,making ferocious demonstrations with revolvers. They took from him over four hundred dollars. Ho followed them somo dlstanco, mot two men on horse back whom he provoiled on to accompa ny him; thoy followod about twclvo miles whon tho two mon rofusod to go any further, saying thoy wero not armed, lived in Iowa, and must got home. Awbell says ho took their names and address but unfortunately lost the paper and could not recollect either. Ho also made a great many other statements, not confirmed. Among other things, ono witness is willing to swear that at tho very timo this robbery should havo occurred said Awbell was trying to insure him. It looks very liko a robbery indoed but who was tho rob bor, may bo conjecturod. PERSONAL. JT. N. Strono, esq., of tho Stato In surance Company, gavo us a call on Saturday last. Ho visitod this section on business connected with his compa ny. Mrs. Kent, Authoress and Lecturer, favored us with a call on Wednesday. She lectures to-night at the Court House. We tonder thanks for a copy of her pamphlet on "Woman Suffrago." Dr. Ault visited this placo on last week as per appointment, and found a number of cases in waiting. During bis Bhort stay two days the Doc tor won for himself many friends in tbo community, and wo aro euro will bo gladly welcomed Bliould ho find it con venient to call this way again. He left on Thursday for Savannah. Mr. J. W. Steele, of tho North- Wcstorn Insurance Company, of St. Joseph, called on us a fow days sinco. Ho understands tho insuranco business thoroughly, is anaffablogontleman, and does his company groat'oicdit wherovor ho goes. From evidonccs wo havo seen we know he is doing a splendid business for tho company hero. Fillmore, Mo., Feb. 21, '68. To whom it may concern : This will certify that tho ngent of tho Stato Insuranco Company, of Hanni bal, Mo., has this day Bottled v,ith me for my loss by fire on property insurod by said company, to my ontiroBatistac- tion. (Signed) Smith Georol Amount insured, $500. attention" radicals. To-morrow ovoning tho Township Radical Club will meet again. Had icals, como out and tako a port in its deliberations. Bring your wives and sweothearts. Lot us get up an old fashioned interest in tho success of correct political principles. REGINTRATION NOTICE. All persons resident within the limits of the city of Orogon, who are entitled to a voto, and havo not boon registered as such, aro requested to prcsont them selves at tho Southwest room of tho Court Houso, for tho purpose of Recis tration. ou Saturday, March 14th, 1868, to enablo .them to vote at the coming city election. JAS B. CURRY, Sub. Rog'r. Goo. W. Raskins, 8up.lleg.Holt Co. March 6th, 1868. 85-2w Administrator's Salk. I will, as administrator of David Handley, do oeased, on Thursday, the 12th day of March next, at tho lato residonco of the deceased, in Lewis township, sell to iuo uigucDii uiuuer at auciiuu vuu iiu lowing property of the deceased, to-wit two horeoB, a lot of Btock hogs, bows ana pigs, a lot or corn, wneot, and oats, harness, &o. Terms Cash in hand. Solo to oommence at 10 o'olock A. m. G, Cummins, Adm'r. 84 3w NORTH-WESTERN ' INSURANCE COMPANY. Tho following acknowledgment speaks well for tho prompt manner in which this company pays its losses, and is an additional guarantco of tho Bafety o .thoso who insure in tho Northwest ern: Mount Pleasant, Gentry Co., Mo. Mr. Editor,: I hereby acknowledge through your paper to having received tbo full amount of my insuranco sus tained on total loss, by firo, of my dwelling houso ; said building was in sured in tho North-Westorn Insuranco Company, of St. Sosoph, Missouri, un der policyumborcd 677. Said Com pany havofiny thanks for prompt settle ment and payment of samo. (Signed) Elijah Hathaway. Many havo polico3 in other compa nies whioh have expired or are about to. To all such wo would say tnko out a policy in tho North-Western, and havo tho nsBuranco that you havo an insur anco that is insuranco. Applications received at this office. DironK Kmittino Machines wkbb invented. Knit, kmt, kntl, how elao pray cnu U be? ' Drudge, drudge, drudge, amothor can't bo Tree; Iter weary hands atone must kocp From wet and cold tho tender feet. At homo, abroad, through nil the land, Her knitting alio mutt keep In hand. On I.amu's Machine. Click, click, click 1 ho it easily It rocs 1 Strange, strange, strango, indeed how much It does. set It here, then clianeo It there, And mittens drop out by tho pair ; Or, If you Hko, a tear you'll boo As nlco and warm as well cm bo. Norinway Township Meeting. A meeting of Radical voters of Nod away township, will bo held at llichville, Mo., on Saturday, March 7th, 1868. A full turn out is expected. A good speak er will bo present. U. M0KK1S, Chm'n Cent. Com. Tho undersigned is tho authorized agent for this locality for tho eclobrated Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs and tho Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma chines, tho best articles of their res pective classes in tho world. Prices, tho samo as at the manufactory, freight add ed. (JlIAS. V. JJOWMAN. A Card to Invalids. A Clergyman, whllo residing In South Amer ica aa a missionary, discovered n, sale and aim plo remedy for tho Curo of Nervous Wcnicucss, Early Decay, Diseases of tho Urinary and Sem inal Orgnus, and tho wholo train of disorders brought ou by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers havo been cured by tuts nobio remedy. Prompted by a desiro to benefit tbo atlllctcduud unfortunate, I will send tho rccipo for prepar ing ana using this medicine, inn t.enicd envelop, to any ouo who needs it, tret ouiargc. Ad dress, Joseph T. Inmau, Station D, Bible Houso Now-Yon: City. lil-23-ly Dr. Ransom's Hivo Syrup and Tolu. It is an excellent medicine, neatly put up, cheap, and just tho thing for tho Million. No tamtly will be without it when onco acquainiou with its virtues. Throat and Lunns. At this season of tho year, wliou Coughs and Colds aro troublesome, ovi ry family should havo a safe aud ccrtalu remedy nt baud. Dr. Han som's Hive Syrup and Tolu is tho very thing. It is not only pleasant lor children to taiic, hut is a certain curo for Croup, Whooplug Cough, Uronchitls, Asthma, Coughs, aud all affections of tho Throat and Lungs. Sold by all druggists, l'rico lib cents per bot tle. D. UANSOM & CO., Tropr's, 121 Mnln St., Buffalo, N. V. MEYER BK03. & CO., Wbolesalo Ag'ts, St. Louis, Mo. lil-8-ljr Br. Trask's Magnotic Ointmont, Is now the most popular Ointment In the United States. It has been befuro tbo public OVEll TWENTY YEARS, and its reputatlou Is fully established as a superior Liniment in all cases whero a soothing and relaxing remedy is requir ed, particularly In Rheumatism, Neuralgia, In tlamatlon of tho Bowels and Kidneys, Spinal iVffectlons, Soro Eyes, Burns, Piles, Wounds nnd Bruises. DIPHTHERIA. Trask's Ointment has been extensively used for tho past two years with great success, for the prevention, relief and cure of that dreadful scourgo, Diphtheria, and Is, no doubt, thfjbest known remedy. Sold byllll druggists. If D. 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No. 10i outn oeconu Btrcot, wiiiiams- burgb, Nowl formation. InformatlcK uarantttd to produco a luxurl ant growth Piir upofi bald bead or beardless fuoo, also a flapo for tuo removal of Pimples, Blotches, EiKitions, etc, on tho skin, leaving tbo samo sofjr clear, and boautlful, can be ob tained withcMt .charge by addressing Thos. t . Chapman, Clemty, 828 Broadway, New York. TIT ANTED. Agonts to sell Dr. WII YV . Ham Smith's DICTIONARY OP THE BIBLE. It contains oven one thousand closely print ed, doublo column, octavo pages, from new electrotype plates, on good paper, and Is appro priately illustrated with over two ntiNnnsn en gravings on steel and wood, and a scries of flno authentic maps. It is highly commended by all our learned and eminent men,, and by tho press generally throughout tho country, and Is tho best book of Its kind In tho Kngllsh language So not. oo soooivoa. Owing to tho uridprccodenttd popularity of this work, a small Kngllsh abridgment adapted to Juvenile reader, lu duodecimo form, of about 600 pages, has been rcprlntod by another firm In larger typo, and spread over 800 ootavo pa ges, evidently by making a book larger than its original to glvo tho Impression that It is our edition. To thoso who desiro this Juvenile edition, we will, early in March, furnish tho Kngllsh work, far superior to tho American, nt $-.75 dor copy. Sond for clrculras giving full particulnts. National 1'ubllsblug Co., Cincin nati, Ohio. 31-lw Court Notice Oregon Lodge No. 64, ' of tho Independent or- dor of Odd Fellows, f Civil Action. vs. James Fostor. NOW at this timo comes tho plaintiff, by Parrlsh & Dungan, itsattorncys, boforo the undersigned clcrx ol tlio utrcnit uourt or Holt county, in vacation, ana tiles its petition and affidavit, stating among other things, that the above named defendant, James Foster, Is a nonresident of this Stato. It is thereupon or dered by tho clerk aforesaid in vacation, that publication bo made notimng liim tuat uu ac tion has been commenced against him by peti tion, in tho Circuit Court of Holt county, Mo., the object and general naturo or which is to "nulct tltlo" to that portion of tho building now occupied by tho Odd Fellows, sltuato on tho southeast corner of lot eight (8), block six (0), thence west luu icet, tlicr.ee norm .J lect.tiicncu cast ICO, thence south '.'3 feet to beginning, In Oregon, Holt county, .Missouri ; aud that unless ho be and appear at tho next term of tho Circuit Court, to bo begun mid holdeu at tho Court House, In tlio city or Urcgon, county or Holt, and Slate of Missouri, on tho 27th day of April, A. D, 1808, and on or beforo tlio utn nay there of, (if tho term shall so long continue, If not then beforo tho end or tlio term) judgment will bo rendered against him In accordatico with tho prayer of plaintiffs' petition. It Is further or dered that n copy hereof bo published in the "Holt County Sentinel,'' a newspaper publish ed in said counly of Holt, four weeks successiv ely, tho lust Insertion to bo nt least four weeks boloro tnc commencement oi tao uexi term oi said court. Attest : K. L. ALLEN, Clerk. Tarrlsh & Dungan, Atty's for plaintiff, fvb 28 3 1 It Court Noiioo. A 0V at this day comes Wm, Beauchamp, ad 1 minlstrator of tho estate of William Mo Crcady, deceased, and proves to tho court that tho order of publication mndo upon his petition at the last November term thereof has been published according to law, nnd moves for an order o( enlo pursuant to said petition and notes, whereupon tho oourt proccidcd to ox amino tho parties who appeared touching the nnnlicatlon of snld ndmlnlstor for tho ealo of real estato as In Bald publication mentioned, aud it bcloc proved to tbo court that thoro aro not sufficient personal estate and effects of said deceased charged with tho payment of debts and not tullicicnt assets in tho hands of said administrator to pay tho debts duo by snld es tate, it is ordered that tho said administrator do on tho first day of tlio next regular term of this court, to bo begun nnd held nt tho court houso in tho city or Oregon, on tho -llh nay ot .May noxt, nt the north door of tho court lioise, be tween the hours of 10 o'olock In tho forenoon and 5 o'clock In tho afternoon of that day, ex poso to public venduo or out-cry, tho following described real estato In tho petition of said ad ministrator mcntlonod, to-wit: tho north half and tho southwest fourth of tho northwest nuar ter of section thirty.fivo containing ono hundred and twenty ncrcs, also tho northwest fractional quarter of section twcnty-olght, containing one hundrod aud twenty-fivo and nlncty-soven hun dretbsncresi all In township No. sixty-two of rango No. forty, nnd sell tho samo lor tho pur oso in said petition montioncu, on tuo ioiiow ntr terms, to-wlt : for cash in hand, first hav ing had tbo samo appraised and notices of the timo and terms ami piaco ot saio puhiisncn in somo nowspapcr In tlio Stato for four consccu tlvo weeks prior to tho timo of sale, unless It can bo eoldat private salo prior thereto, nnd that ho inako report ot his proceedings at tno next term thereafter. A copy. Attest : W. B. DAVIS, Cl'lc Co. Court. 8I-fcb20 Court Notice In tbo Holt Circuit Court In Vacation, April Terra, 1BUB, James Craig, plaintiff, n&iinst Henry W. Peter nnd Ira Peter, defendants. TVTOW at this day comes tho plaintiff, iAI In tho abovo causo, by his attorney, beforo the undersigned uieru or tho uircuicuourt ot Holt county, In vacation, and files bis petition nnd affidavit, stating among other things that tho abovo named dofendant, Honry W. Potor, is a non-resident of tho State of Missouri. It is thereupon ordered by tho clorlc aforesaid lava cation, that publication be mado notifying bim that an action has been commenced against htm bv petition. In tbo Circuit Court of Holt county, .Missouri, mo oojeci anu general naiuro ui which Is to ncuulro a tltlo to tho following described tracts or parcels or land sltuato in tuo county of Holt, nnd Stato of Missouri, to-wit : Tho southwest i of southeast quarter of section 23 : tho northeast 1 of northwest quarter, and tho northwest 1 of tho northwest nuartcr of section 25, all In township 60, of rango 38; aud also to recover a judgmont against defendents for tho amount of a consideration hcrctoforo paid to said defendants by plaintiff, for tho following tract or land, sltuato in .lolt county, .Missouri, to-wlt : Tho southeast 1- of tho southeast nuar ter of section 23. in township 69. of rauca 38, to whioh said lands defendants never obtained a title, and that unless said defendant. II. W. Peter, bo and nppoar at tho next term of said oourt, to be holdon at tho Court Houso, in tho town of Oregon, In Holt county, on tho 27th day of April, A. D. 1808, and on or beforo tho alxth dav thereof, if tho samo shall so lone con tlnuo, (and if not, then beforo tho end of tho term) tbo same will be takon ns confessed and iudement will bo rendered aaalnst said defend ants accordingly. It Is further ordorod that a oopy horeof bo published In tho Holt County Sentinel, a nowspapor publlsliod In said county oruoit, loriour wooks successively, mo last nv sertlou to bo at least four weeks beforo tho com. mencoment of tho next term of Bald court. Attest: E. L. ALLEN, Clerk, i feb21no331t Court Notioc. In the Holt Clrcolt Court, second day thcroof, Oct. term, 1807. Granville T. Boston, against Samuel Smith, Jcsso JIanK, William Law. roneo, I.apslcy Etubrce, l'attlck II, Buckley, Hiram Lawrence, JMwln Palutor and BcnJ. Thuma, defendants. MOW at this day comes the plaintiff by nis At 1 torney, audit appearing to tho satisfaction of tho Court that tho defendants Samuel Smith, Jcsso Hanks, and Patrick H. Buokley cannot bo summoned In this action. It Is thcrcforo or dered by the Court that publication be made no tlfvltip them that f.n action has been cotnmonced against them by petition in tho Circuit Oourt or Holt county, in tlio Stato oi Missouri, mo object and genoral naturo of which Is to correct certain deeds, tnado by mlstoko from Samuel Smith to Jcsso Hanks, and from Jcse Hanrcsto William Lawrence. Also two certain mortga ges given by tho said William Lawrence, ono of which was given to tho defendent Lapsley Em broc.thoothortothodofcndant Patrick II. Duck ov. Also a certain deed alvanbv LaPsloV Em- brco to defendant Buckley on tbo cast half of southeast quarter, rcctionl township ui rnngo :',7 instead of cast 1 of southwcstnuartcr of said township and rnuge, and that the said Plaintiff no surrogated to tho rights or tuo sain kapsicy Embrco and Patrick 11. Buckley under tho mort gages from Defendant William l.awrcnco to them that said mortgages bo foreclosed on the cast J of southwest quarter of section 21 township elxty-cuo range thirty-seven, and that eald land be subjected to tbo payment of tho debts men tioned lu said mortgage, and that a certain deed from defendant Samuel Smith to defend ant William Lawrence, bo canceled and hold for nought; and that tho Plaintiff recovcrjudg mcnt against tho said defendants upon their several covenants of warranty ; and that unless they bo nnd appear nt tho next torm of this Court to bo holdeu nt tho court-houso In Ore gon, In paid county of Holt, on tho '-'7th day of Aptll, 1808, and on or beforo tho sixth day of tho term thcroof, if tho samo should so long continue, (If not, then beforo tho end of tho term) judgment will bo rendered ngnlnst them. It Is further ordered that a copy hereof bo pub lished according to law. Attest : FebM.32 E. L. ALLEN, Clerk. Court Notioo. In the Holt County Circuit Court, Oct. term thereof, A. v., 1SU7, Friday Nov. 1st, 1807. Philander Johnson, Pl'ff, Against William Johnson, Qcorgo JoIiihoii, Sylvia Ward, William Ward, l'hicbo Jones. Thcodoro Jones. Until Tytus, Sylvester U. Y Civil Action. Tytus, Aun Tytus, Chris topher Tytus, Joseph James, nndJnno Church ill, bclrs nt law of Nath an Johnson, deceased, Defendants, NOW at this dato comes tho Plaintiff by his Attorney, ami It appearing to tho satisfne. tlon of tho Court, that tho defendants flcorgo Johnson, Sylvia Word, William Ward, Phccbo Jonos nnd ihcodorc Jones, cauuotbc summoned In this nctlon, it is thcrcforo ordered by the Court that publication bo mado notifying them that an action lins been commenced nsainsl them by potltlon In tlio Circuit Court of Holt county, .Missouri, the ohject and general naturo ot which Is to quiet tho titlo to the following described real estate, situated in Holt count', Missouri, to-wlt: Tho north west nuartcr of tbo north east quarter ot section liino, township sixty, rango thirty-nine, and tho south east quarter of tho south east quarter oi section tnirty-livo, township sixty. one, rango tliirty-ulne, nnd that unless they bo nnd nppear nt tho next April term of this Court, to bo begun and held at tbo Court-houso In the city of Oregon, in said coun ty ot unit, on .Monday tho yth nay o: April, A. D. 1807, nnd ou or beforo tho sixth day of tho term thereof, if tho samo shall so long con tinue, (it not, then beforo tho end of tho term) and plead, answer nnd demur to plaintiff's po t i t In ii. tho samo will bo taken as confessed and judgment rendered accordingly. It Is further ordered that a copy hereof bo published accord to law. Attest: E. L. ALLEN, Clerk. Parrlsh & Dungan, Att'ys for Pl'ff. Feb. 11 32 It Court Notioo. In tbo Holt County Circuit Court, Octobor term thereof, A. U., 1SU7, Friday Nov. 1st, 1807. Paulina Ely by her noxt friend John Roland, Pl'ff. Against J-Divorce James M. Ely, Defend ant. TVTOW nt this dato comes tho Plaintiff by her X Attorney, nnd it appearing to tho satisfac tion of tho Oourt that tho Dofoudant, James M. Illy, cannot bo summoned In this action. It Is thcrcforo ordored by tlio Court that publication bo mado notifying him that an action has been commenced ngnlust him by Petition in tho Cir cuit Court of Holt county, Missouri, tho object nnd general naturo of which is to bo divorced from tho bonds of matrimony now exlsiting be tween Plaintiff nnd Defendant, nnd that unless said Defendant bo an appear nt the next April term of this Court, to bo holdcn at tho Court- houso In tho city of Oregon in said county of Holt, on tho 7tn day ot April, A. u., ibub, aud on or boforo tho sixth day thereof, if tho term shall so long continue, (and if not, then beforo tho end of tbo term) and pload, answer or de mur to Plaintiff's Petition, tho samo will bo tn ;en as coufessod aud judgment rendered ac cordingly. It Is further ordered that n copy hcroof bo publlsliod according to Law. Attest : E. L. ALLEN, Clerk, Parrlsh & Dungan, Att'ys for Pl'ff. Fob. 11 32-lt Court Notioo. Absylla Morgan by her"! next frlond Scth Morgau Cvlll notion for 01- vs. voroo. Benjamin Morgan. TVIOW, at this day, comes Absylla Morgan, tho 1 plaintiff In tho abovo entitled causo, beforo tho undersigned Clork of tbo Circuit Court of Holt county, In vncatlon, nnd filos hor petition and affidavit, stating, other things, that tho do fendant, Benjamin Morgan, is a non-resident of this Stato. It is thcrcforo ordorod by tbo Clerk aforesaid, In vacation, that publication bo mado notifying him that an notion has been com menced against him by petition in tho Circuit Court of Holt county, Missouri, for a divorce, and that unless bo bo and appear at tbo next term of Bald Court, to be holden at tho court houso In tho city of Oregon, county of Holt nnd State of Missouri, on tho 27th day of April, A. D.. 1808, and on or beforo tho third day thoro of, (if tho term shall so long continue, if not, then boforo tho end of tho torm) Judgement will bo rendered against him, in accoadanco with tho prayer of tho plaintiff's potltlon. It is further ordered that n copy hereof bo published in the Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper published In said county of Holt, for four weeks successive ly, tho last Insertion to bo nt least four weeks beforo tho commencement of the next term of said Court. Attest: E. L.ALLEN, Cl'k. Parrlsh & Dungan, Att'ys for Pl'ff. 31-feb20 JOB PRINTING. I QUOH as Is usually done In oountry offices, O promptly exooutedat this office. fJIIE NATIONAL FREEMASON, An Illustrated Weekly, ! Ilm tnndlnv Mitonlo Paper of the United States ; circulating over the entire oountry, and In London, Paris, and other foreign ports. This WEEKLY embraces slxUsn ptgea each number containing the Life and embellished with Portrait of some distinguished Mason. 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Among our Exchanges, few nre moro welcomo or inoro worthy of commendation than The Na tional Freemason. Its Editor, Bcv. Dr. McMur dy, a clergyman, ts a thorough scholar, an ex perienced editor, an ablo writer aud thoroughly imbued with that charity, which is tho truo bond nnd cement not only of tho craft, but of civil and religious society. Ho sends forth ev ery week a paper that Is full of valuable and Interesting mntter, not only adapted to mem bers of tho fraternity, but for other readers. Every Craftsman Bliould eubscrlbo to It, and others might bo Improved by reading It. (Enquirer of Connecticut.) Tho National Freemason is tho largest and best Masonlo journal In tho country. (Union of Missouri.) The bost papor we havo seen. (Gatette, of New Hampshire.) By far tho best Masonlo paper over published. (ratadium, Indiana.) Certainly ono of tho very best papers In tho country. (Tho Il'orW, of Paris.) It is tho best American Weekly that crosses tho Atlantic. (Tho Mirror, of London.) It is tho cheapest and best paper of the kind In tho world. (Israelite, Cincinnati, 0.) Masonlo Israelites should not full to eubscrlbo for tho National Freemason. It Is studded with ' cxccllont information. (Eastern Journal, Md.) Tho best established Masonlo journal in tho U. S. (Pennsylvania Sentinel.) Very handsomo journal of n high lltery char acter. (Eastern Journal, Md.) Tlin hnst Mnannln turner In America this Is saying a great deal yet not too much. (Expounder, Mioh.) Every pago shows tho skIU of tho workmen who devoto timo to its olassical and learned pa ges. (HVjeni Home Journal, Kan.) Tho acknowledged Masonic papcrof the coun try. (OAio Sentinel.) Tho best Masonlo papor published. (Union Sentinel, Kan.) 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