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HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL.
FRIDAY,. MARCH 27, 1868 X When subscriptions expire, We lace in X after the name on the papert lr subscriber do not then renew, we take it evidence Hint they tlo not wish the paper longer, and drop their nunc from the list. The Sentinel Cheaper Than Ever. The coming campaign will bo ono of (ho most momentous In our nation's his tory. It will bo ono in which loyal men Will lenrn over again that solemn truth, "Eternal vlgilanco Is tho price- of liber ty." For such to rest on their oars will bo criminality tacit disloyalty. Republicans, tho work for you to do is great. See that you begin early, work while- it is day. THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL will contribute largely to the diffusion of tho principles of freedom. You can accomplish much good by its judicious circulation among your friends. To fur ther this end as much as in our power lays, wo now ofllcr the SENTINEL for tho campaign nt tho low rates given be low. I'lcoso agitato this matter nt your township meetings. Largo clubs can thcro be raised in n fov minutes. Campaign nates: From April 1st to Dec. 1st, 00. Ten Copies and Upwards 75. Subscriptions must in all cases bo ac companied by the cash. Address or call on CtlAS.W.UOWMAN, Editor and Frop'r, Oregon, Mo. FAIUIEIIS ATTEXTIOX ! Meeting to Organize the Holt County Agricultural Ami me chanical Society. Tho undersigned, a committee consti tuted by, and acting in compllnncowlth, n resolution adopted nt n meeting of cit izens of Holt county, held nt Oregon, Mo., on the 9th day of March, 18C9, here by give notlco that the Holt County Ag fieultural and Mechanical Society h'nrlng boon duly Incorporated by the County Court-in accordance with tho prayer of the petitioners, a meeting of this peti tioners is now appointed to bo held nt the Court Houpc, Oregon, Mo., on Sat urday, March 28th, 1868. at 1 o'clock, p. m., for tho election or nine Directors n provided by tho Statute, and the trail--action of such other buMncs n may then be deemed proper. All citizens of the county arc invited to attend. JOHN G. COWAN, WMKAUCIIER, RENNET KING. GEO. CUMMINS, T. C. DUNG AN. E. VANBUSKIRK, Committee. THE IMPEACHMENT THIAI.. Tho Court of Impeachment met on Monday 23d, according to adjournment Tho President's counsel appeared, with tho addition to their number of Mr. Gtocsbcck, of Cincinnati, nnd Mr. Ev- nrts, of New York. Garrett Davis made tho point of order thnt, the Southern States not being rep resented, tho Senate was not n legal court, which was negatived by 19 to 2, Mr. Stanberry then read tho Presi dent's answer to tho articles of impeach mcnt, which was very lengthy, but amounted to a denial in tola of the charges. Application was then inado by tho President for thirty dnys further time to preparo for trial. Tho court adjourned till Tuesday, when tho replication of tho IIouso man agers was tiled. ' The application for furthcrjlmo by the President was considered, nnd the fol lowing order agreed to by tho Senate : "It is ordorcd that tho Scnnto will com monco tho trial of tho President upon tho nrtlclos of impeachment exhibited ngalnst him on Monday, tho 80th day of March, nnd proceed therein with nil dis patch under tho rules of tho Scnnto sit ting upon tho trial of nn impeachment." Tho opposing counsel acquiescing in the decision, tho court adjourned in ac cordance therewith. The following is tho Republican city ticket of St. Joseph, nominated nt the city convention last Saturday evening For Mnyov Capt. David Plngor. For City Collector J. D. MoNeoly. For City Registor Capt. Jo. Thump son, . For City Recorder Capt. J. D. Hnw- loy. For City Attorney Wllllnm II. Sher man, For City Marshal dipt. B. F. Buz flrd. The Union Is qulto ennguino of the success of tho ticket. It says no conven tion was over moro unanimous, and H action has rendered great Malefaction t tho party, . Vejiy little is being done. in tho way of coining money nt tho Government mints, except ip producing coppers nnd nickels. During tjiu month of February, nt tho Philadelphia mint, the coinage was follows : Gold, 110,962,105; slvo,, sj,096,616 ; copper and nickel, )Si;)o70). 000, I'UUMSIIIXG THE LAWK. Is It right for tho Legislature of tlikor any other Statu to enact laws "to take clfcct Ami bo In forco from and nftcr pas sage," and at the snmo time provide no means by which tho people can bo ap prised of such enactments? Any ecnsi slblo person will answer thnt it Is not. Ditt the Legislature of this State docs Just this thing. Tho representative talent of tho State ought to bo ubloto Judge. Laws Imvo been passed nnd oth ers amended during tho pnst wln'er, of which tho pcoplo know nothing, nnd yet nro held amenable to them. AVhat pro vision Is nuido for their publication '( A fow thousand copies will bo gotten out in hook form about tho first of next Sep tember, and sent to tho court houses throughout thoStnto, thcro to bo sold to lawyers or piled nway in lumber rooms. This Is nu excellent and economical method ofclrculatlng tho lnws. Let tho Public Printer got out twenty or thir ty thoiisnnd copies, just ns ho elects, say six mouths after tho lnws liavo been passed, to bo stored away in vaults of tho Capitol, piled nway in clerk's olllccs, to moulder and be eaten by tho rats, or sold for wrapping paper to grocery deal ers at Jcll'crson City. It is tho best way, because It Is tho old way. It would per haps be dilleront if thcro was nioro than one printing olllco in the State ns it is, we Know there is no other method than to do as our fathers beforo lis. They had but ono or two printing ollices, nnd were obliged to resort to this mode of publish ing. In Iowa, where thoy have so many county papers, they publish tho laws while they nro fresh, and with much less expense to tho Stnte, nnd moro satisfac tion to tho people ; but then that Is not applicable to our case. Representatives in tho two houses could, if they had time, furnish copies of Into laws to their constituents who might then print them for themselves, and would doubtless gladly do so ; but then theso worthy roprescntatlvo men have enough to do to get them up nnd Its not their business to attend to such matters my wnv. Wo tay hurrah for tho good old way. r. obcrvo by the dispatches that beimtor Doolittle received the congrat ulations of brother Senators on his return ft i the Held hi New Hampshire. Some what lionlcnl, we should think, that Item, when we consider that he had just been stumping Now Hump-hire for the Dcinncracv. Cm.. Wm. F. Swnzi.i:ii, of the Ninth District, who has been contc-ting the seat of Mr. Anderson, rcnresciitntivc in Congress, has been declnrcd entitled to tho scat by the House committee on elec tions. Mr. Anderson is u Radical, and the contestant, Col. Switzlcr, is u Con servative. Tun Supplemental Reconstruction bill, allowing a majority of the nctuul votes ent to ratify State Constitutions in tho Southern States, became a luw on tho 11th, by the constitutional expira tion ol ten dnys in which the President had to veto it. Tho same will nt once bo promulgated ns a law. THE KCKI.V.V KI.AV. Tho Memphis Avnhiiicho publishes the following order from tlio Knklitx, wlitcl was posted around that city at a Jato hour ono night last wcok : K. K. K. "Wolf Hoin, Bloody Month, ) Faik Moon, Fiust Houit. J General Orders. No. 1.1 Shrouded Bio's of Memphis Dlv. No. CO "in noo signo." y, la. Tho Great Past Grand Giant r.nm IliaiuUvou. Thodniknnil dlsnm! linnr draws nlgli. SOAlIS LIVE TO-DAY TO-MORROW DIE. 'iho bullet red and tho right nro oursl To-day, tho 11th of tho mortal's month of March, you will begin to scatter tho clouds of the grave. By order OI Ghuat (Jiia.vd CyclotA, C. G. T. So lowr as tho Grand Army of the Re public is used as ono of tho appliances of political inimuio-riggors, just no long may wo expect to hear of such organiza tions as the Kuklux. Wo hope to see both of theso organizations do tho decent tiling, aim givo tno country tlio Ucnellt ot an entJy death. St. Louis Dispatch, Tho death of tho country is devoutly wished for by moro than ono Doinocrnt llko tho Dispatch editor. ThoKukluxcs are with him in sentiment, doubtless. Daxiki. Lohi; ono of tho moat distin guished members of tho Jsow lork bar died on tho 4th Inst., at tho ago of seven ty-tluee years. There ie considerable; opposition in tho House to tho appropriation of monoy for the purchaso of Alifiskn. Tin: Committee on Wuvs and Means it Is iiiulnMood, have arrived tit tho con I'Hi-ioii tiiat I lie mil amount ot revenue required for carrying on tho Govcrmeiit can he inlhcd from t'io following : DIs illlcd spirits, lll'lccli millions ; Incomes, Ihiily minimis; tobacco, twenty-live million stump duties, t weniy-tlvo mil lion dollar-, 't his Ik live million lnui in excess ot the amount required to cur ry on the Governiuviit. Jim. P. Bruce, of Montana, Is In Wash ington, fur the purpose of obtaining nu enabling net for tlio admission of that Territory into tho Union ns u Slate, Ho represents that ho has received much en couragement from members, nud states that Montana has 66,000 inhabitants, A tfW PLAIN FINANCIAL-I'ACTS FOll PLAIN PEOPLE, IIY A. M. SWAN. My friend, Mr. Conservative, Is an hon est, plain man, whoso natural Impulses all tend townrd Radicalism in politics, but his fear of innovation and the cry of unequal tnxallon, together witli the plans- able doctrine, thnt "what is good enough money for the soldier is good cnouirh money for tho rich bond-holder," has warped his judgment somewhat, and ho is now voting nnd acting, from wliAt he lirnornntly conceives to bo economy of motives, with tho party which has en tailed upon this nation so lavish nu oxpondlturo of blood nnd treasure, vain ly hoping in tho midst of tho desert to find abundant water. I called upon him tho other evening to talk theso questions over, when tho following conversation occurred : C "Well, Mr. S., I cannot holp think ing you Rndicals nro tho most Inconsist ent people in tho world. Hero a year or two ago you issued a Hood of greenbacks, made everybody tnko them nt par for debts, and paid tho soldiers with them ; you taxed them, too, just thosnLoosnll other properly, nnd now you nro not willing to mnko tho rich bond-holder take them in payment for ids bonds. I cannot understand it. It docs seem to mo thnt n currency good enough for the poor man is good enough for tho rich." S. "Not so fast, friend C. Are you qulto sure tho rich, ns a class, aro the holders of our bonds ?" C. "I suppose they nro, to a great ex tent." S. "Comodoro Vnndcrbllt, A. T. Slow art, nnd Wm. B. Astor, arc, 1 believe, among tho heaviest capitalists in the country, and 1 have never heard that they wcro to any considerable extent, holders of Government bonds. Vnndor- bilt, I believe, Invests almost exclusive ly in Railroads, of which ho owns sever al, Astor in real estate, and Stewart in commercial affairs." C. "There may bo exceptions ; but ,-ou must ndinil that tho rich, us a class, own the bonds." S. "Hardly. You remember when your uncle John enmo out herefrom the cast, because he could live cheaper in Missouri than on tho seaboard, and from ill health and age, ho was Incapacitated from labor, ho brought nil his money in hands, and hist cnotiL'li nt that tn onuliln im, crippled ns ho was, to live upon their interest with the close.it economy." l. " mat I admit was one enso." S. "You also remember when the bonds were Hist issued, how many poor men who had saved up a hundred or two dollars toward the purchase of a home when tho wnr was over, Invested their little capitol in bonds, rather than run tho risk ot depositing it In bnnks, during tlio unsettled condition of the countrv." C. "Well, thnt was the case to some extent, I admit, I did that myself." S. "Just so; and you must remember thnt all over tho country men and wo- men, too, in only moderate circumstan ces, invested their money in these bonds, lor two reasons: first, because they thought tho Investment the very best thoy could make without giving it their personal attention, and becond, thnt by this investment, thoy wcro aiding their Government." C. "I don't believe tlio patriotic) mo- tlvo had mUch to do with it. I am will ing to ndmit that thoy went into It to make monoy, but I do uotgomtichon this patriotism." S. "I think you place too low nn esti mate on tho character of tho American citizen, friend C. I remember being in Washington City in 1864, when theso 10:10 bonds wore issued. Fornoy, in his paper, advocated what ho called "Nutionnl Loan Association." whore peoplo too poor to invest iu largo bonds could unite, and thus tnko small bonds. Ono Department clerk, I remember, wrote to tho Chronicle in support of this scheme, nnd $nld : "I am a twclvo hundred dollar clerk, Mr. Editor; I Imvo thrco grown persons and two children in my own immcdiuto family. I also support aged parents. I am not ablo to invest in Government bonds ; 1 cannot save even fifty dollars to invest in ono bond : but I could snaro, say flvo dollars every quarter a very small sum indeed to talk about support. lug tno Treasury with. But aro there not flvo thousand other clerks, each no bettor off than I, each willing to do tho same, givlug altogether a total of $25,000 per quarter, or $iw,uuu per annum to support tho Government V" So you see, friend C, there could liavo been very little speculation In that prop osition, and I happen to know that al most identically that proposition was carried Into efl'ect, nnd tho poorest class Oi men inns uucuuio OOlia-UOldorS." A . A I ... - 1 1 . . . U. "i guoss in imvo to concede that tho bonds did sometimes get into the hands of tho poor men, still I cannot sea that' that niters tho cuse." S. "Nor I either, oxcopt that when you talk about tho licli bond-holder, and try to cxclto tho poor man's prejudice against him, you aro doing injustice to tho very poor mon in whoso behalf you speak; tor tlio uilddlo olass, tlioso only in tolernblo circumstances, and not tho I rich, aro most generally the bond'hoIa crs. You', your861f,"Mrrc.7t'leHoviB, somotimcs lend monoy; why do you not Invest it in bonds?" C. "Because I get more interest for It by loaning." ' S. "Exactly; tho rich man lnvcsts hls monoy where it will pay him best; nud tlio bonds of tho Government nro not the most profitable, nit hough 1 beliovo them to bo tlio safest investment of money tlio rich man can make." C. "Well, wo will tulknbout this mat ter again. I want you to tell mo why greenbacks nro not good enough money for anybody. Yon know we loyal men argued thoy woro when thoy wcro first issued." S. "Tlio very question I want to dis cuss with you tho next timo wo meet." THE GREAT ' iTORM. Immense Damage to Knilrnds, Steamboats, &c. Tho storm of Monday nlulit oxtended over a wido rnngo of country. In Chi cago several buildings In dillcrcnt parts of tho city wcro blown down. The ma cliiuo shops of tho Chicago nnd Rock Is land .Railroad suffered irrcatlv. The blacksmith shop nud building two hun dred lect long, built ot bilcU, were en tirely demolished. Tho mnchlno shops wcro nlso much damaged. Several hun dred feet of tho wall was blown down. Tho southern cngino house nnd other buildings wcro also considerably dam aged. Forty buildings in tho vicinity of the mnchlno shops wcro moro or less damaged. Tho loss of tho Chicago and RoiTk Islnnd Railroad cannot bo less than a hundred thousand dollars. At Chath am, Illinois, ton miles south of Spring field, tho railroad depot was wrecked and other buildings badly dninagcd. Loss estimated at two hundred thous and dollars. At Rock Island the draw of tlio rail road bridge was blown down nnd bro ken in two and one man killed. At Pnua, III. twclvo business houses wcro blown down. Also n number of dwellings, barns, &c, nud lnrgo quanti ties of lumber scattered about. Dam age estimated nt sixty to soventy thoiis nnd dollars. A terrific linil storm passed over south ern Iown, nnd was especially severe along tho Burlington & Missouri River Railroad. At Mount pleasant the hall sotics measured from flvo to seven In ches in circumference, and knocked down men nnd horses. A great deal of damage was dono to out door property. At Memphis, the steamers Lady Gay nnd Commercial had their chimney's blown down and were othcrwiso injur ed. Tho Emperor lost her pilot house. At Cincinnati tho storm was very se vere, but tho principal damage done" was In the suburbs nnd in the country. Sev eral steainhnnts were blown across the river and somewhat damaged. Some few houses wore unroofed, and others blown down. Orchards wero uprooted in the country, nud houfcs nnd barns badly damaged. The train on tho Indianapolis & Cin cinnati Railroad was lifted from the track, leavlntr the trucks standine-. Tho conductor was seriously hurt, and sev eral of the passengers were badly bruis ed. Along the line of this road the storm was very severe, rruit trees were tip roftted, and farm property of every des cription sufl'ered severely, ns also did houses nnd churches In the villages. Altogether, it was tlio severest wind storm thnt has swept over the country for n great while, especially wiien its ex tent is considered. BRIDGE AT 8T. LOUIS. A bridge is now being built across the Mississippi river nt St. Louis which will cost $.1,000,000, or more, and it is estimat ed that It will be, when completed, ono of the largest and flncst bridges in the world. Tho bridL'O will bo 2.000 feel lonrr nvpr tho water, exclusive of tho nppronches, which will probably ncnrly double, this length. llie piers and abutments will contain nearly ono hundred thousand tons of stone. Iho brldjfo will bo built in thrcn spans, nnd will bo constructed of steel nt n cost of nbout $300 per ton for the raw Inntm-tnt 'Cl, ..... (.!. 1. ..!.!..- ...m 1 ...... v.. mi. i m iu, uj inu unugu Will 110 laid with Nicolsou pavomont, nnd con tain n double car-track, nnd doublo wag on road, out sido of which will bo on each side, n foot passage seven feet wide. On tho lower cord of the bridgo will bo laid a doublo railroad track for steam cars. This track will pass over Main street, and outer n double-track tunnel, moro man a mllo in length, through which tho cars will nass under ilin nt.v. nnd cmcrgo into a great union depot to bo constructed on tho low ground f crlv known as Chouteau's Pond. Through tho tunnel nnd bridgo a t rail will ho laid to accommodate car both broad and narrow giiigo Tho western approach lo thobri for carriages and pcdcstriAs will bo on the cast sido of third stiwttt and -will pass over botn becond nnd iln Strcots. d lias ovor No oilier single cntornr! been 6ct on foot of such vltc to thoiutcrosts of St. Louis? imnodnnca. nnd tliomjv who liavo put in this undertaking monoy nud valuable business enon ig tUTr rgy.TIo. servo not nlono tlio symnathvnnd sun port, but tho nctivo co-opcrati of their fellow citizens. St. Louis Hbhtuing AlUUt AD VJHITISEMENTS tjiu.m'B BALE IN I"AHTITONmjoph AbraraU. lUrdln, nnd Alexander O. llujln m't ! ttoncn In i partition agoliut Sophia 0. HaViu, anil oflliB Holt Circuit Court, mudo on the ltluy ofNo- TUESDAY, THE 28th BAY OF SUlA 1808, hours ofO o'clock In the forenoon F .) Iho afternoon of old day, aud durL'ill uk iircmi tourc oi Jlou county, exuoiem Uclv ut auction thn fnllnu'ln if..m.n.ui 7 lying unit living In Holt county, Mlitour? 1I4UI4UHIII RHUIU1I buuiii weHauiarter i 12 In townshln fiDof nf runo-A r. V ,hM nuarter of the south cast nuarteinimii(imil east shlli 60 of range S7, Terms of aalei OiJ bird wu. cuaii, uuc-imru iu six months, an third In twelve months with nn notes hearing Interest at the rate of 10 per cent. Per annum on deferred navm.nti. A AlliEUT KCECKBB, fherlir. Oregon, Mo., UarcbMtb, J806. (marsrr-ISwtl Now is the the the the the Time Time Now is Now is Now is Now is Time Time Time . AND AND AND AND AND THE SENTINEL THE SENTINEL THE SENTINEL THE SENTINEL THE SENTINEL IS THE IS THE IS THE IS THE IS THE PLACE PLACE PLACE PLACE PLACE i4j. j'.l'f.l1- I TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE AT AT REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED RATES RATES RATES RATES RATES AT AT AT .1 - ?i ' I1 'r I ' ii., ii .;th mi'll".!! ' " ' ill l litWi tWI '" "I ' ' ! I. tbi vllqflftW ''" Ui - r , i 4itni I'n ' "' RCTTI.KNK1TT. To all creditors and others Interested In the estate of W, 1). lllalr, deceased, are notified that Iho undersigned, admin Ittratara bf said estate, intend to make anal settle mentor MsUte at the next term of the County Court of Holt, county, to be tlotden ot the Court House la said bounty on the 4th day of Mart lass. i v .1 L' H&AIlt, Administrator. March ttth, 18W, (raarn-Kwl) IMWAI.Mttiri.EMFjrr.ii.To kll creditors and others Interested In the estate of Ueorre lllalr, deceased, nre notified that the Undersigned, admin istrator of said estate, intends to make final asttle mentof salctestate at the next term of the County Court or Holt county, to lie holden at the Court House In said county ou the 4th day of May. 1808. uitiAii uuniiii J. I.. IlLAllli Mai'ch lith, 18G8. Atlmtnlitrn torsi (mar27-38w4) ORDER Or PUB-I.ICATIOjrt i ' STATE Of Ml.SSOUUl, ) .. COUNTY UK iinrr. 1 In the County Court for the Connly of HdlfJ XiT Journeil term, March Mb, lSCt). Jas. 11. Welcli.JSdmihls-l . j iratorof Lewis Uarnett, (Ohltrof ruulteatlorli deceased, ) NOW Here James It. Welch, Ktlmlnlstriltot' of the ",u!f. fI?.7l, UtlW deetased, bf Wis altot ncy, T. Wi Collins, presents to (he the Court bis pf lltlon pra lnjr nr an order rof the sale of so mtJcli or the real estatu of said deceased as will pay and sat isfy tho remaining debts duu by said estate nnd yet unpaid for want of eumcient iwiets, accompanied by accounts, list, and Inventories required by law In such cases, on I'xhlnliintloii thereof It Is order ed, thnt all persons .Interested In Iho estate of said deceased, be notified. that application on' aforesaid has Wen triade, nnd that unless the contrary be shown nn or before the first day of the. next regular term or this Courl, to begun and held on the first Monday In May next, an order will bo made for tho sale pf tho whole or so much of the real estate or as deceased a will be aufllolent forthepayment of said debts, and It Is further ordered that this notlte bo published In some newspaper in this State) for' four weeks before the next regular term or this Court. A copy. Attesti , lmaW7-a W. Jl. DAVIS, C'Pk Co. Court. SitKitiKfs Sale in rAinrnoN.-winiam it. Mmng and Martha O. Vlmng petltlonersin par tition agnliist Isaapl. Way, Naney l. Way, Isaac N. Welch, and CalUta A. Welch! Ilenedlrt Arton. Osllla Acton. Obedlah It. May, llrnilfonl W. II? the heirs orillram May. being Henry, Martha, aiu, one unknown to the peillloners, hefrs orEdwIn'K; Mr?ndwlljof same, unknown lopetllloners, helra of falter May, to-wltl Luclnda, (iabrlel, Levi. Daniel, anil CUrlniU. Ily Tlrtno of nil order and decree of he Holt Circuit Court, made on the lutilay of November, 1807, 1 will on ' TUKSDaV THE Mill DAY OK AI'IIIL, left), 3 at the Court House door, InlhecllyofOregon, coun ty of Holt and Statu of it Is.ourl , between the nours ofu o'clock In the forenoon land S o'clock In the af ternoon or said day. and during the sesflon or Iho Circuit Court or Molt county, expose lo sale at pub-, llo auction tho followlugdesrribed realestate, lying and being In Holt county, Missouri, to-wlt s The southeast fourth oflhe south east iiuaitar of section 1J, township 00, rnuge ST, and tho west half of the northeast ?f of the northeast quarter of section !M. township Ol. rimgc 37, also fll e acres In the south east corner or the southwest X of the southenit V section 13, township (10 nfrangn .17, containing in the" aggregate (13 acres. Terms of sale i Cash In band. AI.IIKIlTItCi:CKKIt, Sheriff. Oregon, Mo., March iillh, ltw. nmrt7.;i.i SIlKltll-K'S t;ALK IN PAltTITION.-Kllia A. Tharn, M llllam It. Tbnrp,, (lenrgo ,W. Thnrp, Ueorpe W. Hoop, nud Niiney J. Honp peillloners In partition against Joseph Thnrp, Urevn A. Hiurp, Henryll. Tharp. Ily virtue or an order nnd derree of the Holt Circuit Court, niudc on the 1st day of November, 8tl7, 1 will ou TI7KMDAY. TIIKWth DAY OK AI'IIIL, IWX, at tho Court Houso door, In the city of Oregon, county of Holt and Stnte or Missouri, between the hours of 0 o'clock in the forenoon nnd (1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, and during the session or the Circuit Court of Holt rounty, cx pu to sale pub licly ut auction the following described renlesiote. lying and being in Holt county, Missouri, to-wlt:. Lots 1, 4, , and 8, In block 1, us designated on tho original pint of Oregon, Terms of sale: One-third cash, onc-tblnl In six months and the remaining one-tlitnl iu twelve months with unproved security notes bearing Interest nt the rule of Jo per cent, per annum on deferred payments. AI.IIKUT ItcrXKKIt, Kherlfl-. Oregon, Mo., March, -.Mill, Ijiw. iuurj-U8w4 AdKNTi WANTKll T(l KIXL THK IIIHTOIIV Of Tho War Between the States. Its Causes, Chnructvr, Conduct, und ltesults, 11V IIOV. AI.KXANIII'.lt It. STKI'IIKXS. A book fur all section mid all pnrlles. 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Adminiatrator's Notioe. , , , NOTIC1-: Ii hel-'ebv L-lv. n tha( tetters nt ulmlnts.' i (ration unoii'thv estatu, uf William Terkins, deceas ed, have been crilnteit to mebv the Holt eountv court. bearing date the mil day of March, 1WW, nuns lulling ciiiiiiitt HUIIISb BIIUI VSIIIIU uru required to exhibit them to me for allowance with in one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benellt of such estate I ami If mid claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of said letters, they will bo forever barred. t,UU. , U1',1AUI,1IB, Arim'rof Wm. Terkins, dee'd. Oregon, Uo., Murch 13th, ltW. 30-3t Administrator's Notice. NOT1CK is herein- ulven that letters of adminis tration upon the estate of David Uandly, deceased, bae been grunted to mo by tho Holt county court, ueuiiuK iiiiiu me 2,111 uny ui veuriiury, iron. All Dcrsous hnvinir claims airulust suld estate are required to exhibit iheiii to me for allowance, with in one year from the duteof said letters, or they may l)u precluded from any benefit of such estate t and If suld 011111114 lie not exhibited within two years from the datu ofsuld letters, they will bu forever barred, UEOltUK CUMMINS. Aiim'r or,u iianuiy, iiecii, Oregon, Mo., Murch 13tb, 1108. (.SO-SII Administrator's Notioe, XOTICK is hereby irlven that lettera or admlnls. trillion upon the estutu of lieuel Winn, deceased, have been granted to me by tho Holt County Court, bearing date the Wd day of February', 1K08. , All persons having claims against said estate aro required to exhibit them to me for allowance, with in una year from the dale of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate and Ifsald claims bo not exhibited within two years from the date of said letters, they will bo forever barred. MKltltlCK WKTllEltUKK, jsjtm'rit. it. iv inn, uecu. Oregon, Mo., MarchTsth, 1808 HU-3t) Ifbtioo of Admininrratiqa do ,onitj, Letters of administration uuon the estate of Nathan Johnson, deceasedf not administered upon by Wil liam Terkins, late administrator, have been granted mine unacrsignea uy me uoii couuiy court, uaieu tbeOthdayofMarch, 18., ... r tT The iiuthorlly of tbo said Wm X'e rklns. ceased oti. A i the SOth dr .of tt'W.JlW. .by death. , C,AV U CX JUM1III V. , u, 11., ' of Nathan Johnson, den'il Orogon; Uoi.'.March 3tb',)8otl.' Kt-st Taken Up,. 11Y A. Gdlflllan. in Lewls'tiiwMl blp. In the ooun- ty of Holt, w.ttstray.Jhe following! One Btecrti years old past, red and white spotted,' white toil une sieer iwq iim ipu, ju mw lurvnemi, IIUSKCU WHO SIVI IfiSOr, low fork in the left ear. and Bnnrft.it ,w-ntv dnl lars. Ulyen under my handthliRthday of jiareh,''.' 'msi aKOHUlWKUBH, Ji lV'" t 'OO-i'l