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.HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL.
FHtDAY,. MARCH 27, 18(58. THE SMITH FAMILY. Henry Smith, (lio i n 7. or gtvop limn, will be iciiiL'inbeicil by ninny of niir cllizens, ns n luqtinclous nml iitim.'.ltij.' Miccl cu tler of-rn.or strops : nml .uiylliliitf ruin 'ttvc to li i tn now will tloubllcH Interest tlicin. It aiinenra Hint After nmntsluir u mod- 'orntn t'oi'tlllic, bo went into rnrioiio spee- uiutiotip, which, (lep'nclctl lrom rntlicr than inir men tocl Ills nreiiiiiiiltitioii?, nml the result wns tlint lie soon lotiiiil liltn sclf reduced to the iiccpsnhv ol" return- lilt' to his "Hint love," the "itrop Ini-l-nc3. Ho Is itlrendy nn the triiinti. nnil In. vim' turned tut In Xnw York pit v. U thus welcomed by the lueniisldernto t r 1 - Ue-L'nthcrcr" of the Kvciiinj' Mull : csterdny lin'Miiir tln-oii"lt Xnssnn street In tlio vlc.lnltv of Wall, wo ob served n crowd of open month am Miilllnjr fares Mirrniiiiilhiir n tall, time worn, nut entliMiiiiuly-lookl lignum, who wn, witn prou anil vtri, with n Hiiper lntivc iso of the Kn,'llh l.iiif,iui;.'c, de inointinting thnt what he win iiU'uriii;. for sale was the best. chciinc-!. nud iini- eiulurhig ui ticlu ever ulleieil to an Intel litfenl nud dUciliiibnitlng people In aiiy nj;o. enino or eoiumuuiiy, ami wiiii inr clblo und aniii-lii i-loqtieiice Miptili' liioiillnir the nhovu with tlio fact thai liotwitlnMiinilliijr ho had supplied the wholo coiitiuuut and a purl ol' Hurnpi for n quarter of n century, he had Mill "a few liioro lelt of tlio tame wl, fur only a quarter." n'o Joined with tlio crowd, and won nnpciieii to relieve 1 lie ealesiniin or really excellent razor-slron at m tlicin n price, for wo rcco-'iilzod in his aiicleni nnd venerable niiyshiunoiiiy one of 'Saw Yorks's old nud esteemed representative oriL'iunts iionry binitn, tlio eccentric and well known "razor strop innn.1 lie L'lorics in the name of Smith, as we bco uy our vernal lin note ol a nart ol his address : "Gentlemen my naiuo is Smith, and I nm proud to fnv I mil not nshniucd of it. It tuny bo thnt no person in tills crowd owns that very uncommon liniuc. If, however, there bo one Mich Jet him hold up his head, pull his dickv turn out Ids toes, tuko couraijo, nud thank his stars that there- arc a few mor Soft of the same sort. Smith, gentlemen, Is on Illustrious namo, And Mends very hlth In the nuntile nf t'um.M Let While, Drown, or Jones, increase in they will Utile! e me that smith will out number t.cciiutlll Gentlemen, I am proud of beinj,' an original Smith no n Sinitlio or n Sinythe: but a regular, natural, original S-ni-i-t-li, Sniltli. Putting a v into tlio middle or nn c at tun cud, won't do, gen tlemen. "Who ever heard of n great man by the nnmo ot'S-ni-y-t-h or S-m-l-t-li-o ? Echo answers who, "nnd everybody nn swers nobody. Hut as for Smith plain S-in-i-t-h, Smith whv the pillars or fame arc covered with that honored and revered naiiic. Who arc the most racv, witty, nnd popular author of this cen tury ? Albert and John Smith. "Who tlio most original, pity, and humorous preacher? He v. Sidney Smith. Togo further, who was the boldest and brav est soldier iu Similiter' nrmv in the devolution? Smith. AVho palavered witli Pow-hattan, gallanted with Poca hontas, nnd became the ancestor of the -first families ol'Yiiginin V Smith again. And who, I a-k, and I ak the ques tion seriously nnd soberly who, I say, is tlio man and what is his name, who has fought tlio most battles, mado tho most spccciies. prencucu t lie most ser mons, held tlio moil offices, sunir tho most songs, written thu most poem courted t lie most women, kl'sud the most girls, run away with tho most wives, and married tlio most wldowti? History snys, you say, 1 say, and every body says, John Smith. Laughter atid npplnuso. To go back still further, tho scripture speaks of ono Alexander, the Copper Smith. Further bnek still, wo read of Tubal Cain, who wn an nrtiliecr in brass nud iron. Ho must undoubted ly have been a lllack Smith, And 1 hnvo not doubt, gentlemen, that the great progenitor of our raco would hnvo been called Smith, if his nnmo hadn't been Adam. Laughter. And now, gen tlemen, lot mo ask who U that benevo lent and sclf-sacritlclng Individual who, regardful of tho wants of humnnltv, strives to cheer tho hearts of men, to dry ,np tho tears of women, and hush the cries of children, by declining eternal nnd cxtcrmiiijtlng war against nil, each, and every dull razor, knife, shears, and scissors, in this great and glorious coun try ? Modesty, respected fellow ellizcns. that natural and retiring modesty which is so peculiar to tho honored family of which I hnvo spoken forbids mo to men- uon ins iitimc. l.ct it suiilcn it to snv thnt if nny gcntlcmnn in this most re spoetablo and Intelligent crowd desires to procure an nrticlo that is warranted to sharpen his wife's scissors, his bov's knife, his own razor, Ids wits, or his ap petite, I stand ready as the solo repre sentative of all tho Smiths, whether blacksmiths, whitesmiths, goldsmiths, silversmiths, coppersmiths, or John Smith, to sell him a keen, close, cute, cunning, cnpnblo, curious, and rnpitnl raror strop, of which, I am proud to snv, "1 have still a few moro left or tho snn'io sort, and tho pvlco Is twcnty-fiyo cents." .flcelities. Oregon Lodge, No. l.W, lncf tsem the first MotiiU? li J llilrtl Saturday o Tench month, Keystone II A. Chapter, t. 1)., lords on the 4th tfaturday ofeacii mouth. ,t, . ' . W.: H. WILLIAMS & COMPANY, DEALERS IN '1- r- GOLDEN DWARF PEACH. iunisiitui:cK ili:,sti o x s .ixd ax.smt.iis. (Prom thoKt. I.ouU rrccmason. &. 1. lla?tlieS.W..In tlienbfcncnofthc W. M., authority to will n lucetingof the ougc lor n trim i O. 2. Has the W. M on his return, au thority to annul the call, and to dismiss a trial that is in progress before the Lodge, without n vote of the Lodge? A". To the llrst, wo nnswer, undoubt edly yes. To the second, we ns uucqiilv Oen'lly nnwer,no, unless tho charges were wlinlly without tlio pale ot .Masonic cognizance. ().!). Does the G. L. of Missouri re quire any fee for Lodge degrees, or does II ilemauii any ones oi nuy kiiiii except tlio ill IV cents for each member on tho rolls V A. It docs not. O. !. Does the Grand Lodiro of Mis- sotirl icqiilro vUitors to Its subordinates innn oilier jiiii.-iin iions or ns own 10 I'll i-1 1 1 - 1 1 certilleates or dlliloinn? a. v uiioi's innn iu iv i.miL'o in t no U.i,,.. w, ,,,, ,,, ,..,, ,y. .......i,,... urnuliniiiuitl the luscious, ncll growu trt'cs or Van .lilted billies tlo not liae to piotluce uciikn's Ooli.k.v UwAr I-kacii. There ttnoiti- jjj Stoves, Castings, and Hardware, MAKUI-'ACTUHERS OF The flUhscrllu'M nirnln ntCrr to Ihe lovri nt I hi 1 Ix-mitlniluntl the luscious, well growu tries of Van eei'tlliultcs ol membership, but only Innr Its site more bcnutinil. ltlsprodlRoaslypro- ..v, .it uuiiiii. ui null. I, iim kw ii wuir aupc- rlors. Ihe rmlt Is vrrr ornnmrntal. brlnir nhirp I I'V I liu-Ulum size, nfn trulilt'ii Tviluw cullor. nidi a rich I lliev slioiilil De asueil lor, Utll are not 111- ino nui curnmiu cue, inc lliose lrom foreign jurisdictions, except ing tiiiiiiKin, ami 1 1 out mo inner coutiii Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware. FOREST CITY, Mo. cri'i'ii culor. a ud hanir tin lutitrvr thin inr oihvr I 1 IVUVU tvui Z4 It XtipciiH Itm Fruit iu Sop- tcuiDcr. AUhIiis a enmth nf trcm fuurtn flr tet-t. IIig rtr- is'lnal bi'ins but W Indus In hlirht. when four vcara old. Hie- buils arc so close togctht r that cue of uivsr iiuiu irws lomiea wiui iruu, woum mmnst re mind the btlioklcr of nn Immense bunch of very Inrgcgrniits. 'Ihe Meu thut naturally nUKKestii it sell Is Unit litis Is nn ordinary dwarf ieacli I but Unit Is not the case; It is a distinct variety with TlIR Cl.KROVMA.V AND Ilia SON. "What thou host to do, do It -villi oil thy might," said a clergymen to IiIr son, quo morning. "So I did this morning," ropliod Bill, with an entliusiastio gleam In his eye. "Ah I what wns it, mv dnrling?" and tho father's hand ran through his off epring'i curls. "Why, I walloped Jack Edwards till ho yolled liko blazes; you should havo heard him holler, dad." "Dad" looked unhappy ; whllo ho ex plained that tlio prc.ctpt did not imply a case liko that, and concluded with "You should not havo dono that, my child." ' "Then ho'd walloped me," retorted Hill. . "Better," expostulated his sire, "to nave fled from tho wrath to como." cs " urged Bill, by tho way of a 11- nai cunciicr, "but Jack can run twice as fast as I can." Tho. good man sighed, went to his study,' took up a pen and ondcavorpd to i.'uiiiijuou miiiBL-ii on u sormon rcconcll Iny practico and precept. dUnt'iiMiblv uece-ary ij. 0. li a w. .i. iuks u iiicmuer to re tire for n little time, must the member do it, or may he use his' pleasure about it? A. Wo should nnswer thus: Idle no member enn be deprived of his rights In Lodge without inii-u, yet the question iiaturall v arises, whether he is losing any "rights" by obeying the Muster iu this iiiMiiucc. Wo cannot see as he loses any thing by going out, but limy bo the gain er, as som'etliiiig personally aHeeliug liiiu niiiv bo brought forward which would not bo pleasant for liiiu to know : there fore, as ho loses no rights, and It being theprcrogratlvcof the W. M. to preserve tlio harmony und good government of his Lodge, h'o has utitliority to invite n member to temporarily leave, and if the brother disobeys, ho would certainly be guilty of disrespect and contumacy. Q. G. If an E. A. or F. 0. apply for ad vancement and is rejected, und applies again, must ho stand another examina tion ns to prolleiency ? A. As it is impossible to decide whether ho was rejected on necouut of moral or jinsonlc disqualification, we do not see how tho second examination eun be dispensed with. l. 7. is it necessary lor a .Mason to nc in active member of "n Lodge iu older to belong to Chapter or Coininaiidery ? A. it is not uy law, ami lor mo innn- cr reason Unit 11 a .u. M. lias not an ac tive membership iu Lodge, ho loses his greatest privileges ns a .Mason, nml thereby pays the penalty for nou-nflllla-tion. 0. 8. Can a M. M. who .once belonged to a Lodge now defunct, and who lias not since had oiuinrtimitv to L'et his Grand Lodge dilllit nild join another I a dwarf habit, and is not slckjy liko tho common I.oilge, Hft'."""1 ' aT.U tree will be Inraluable In tho extreme north, A. A MnSOll occupying tlliS position iS as t s sma and can be urotecKd from the fruit liv not, Strictly Speaking, U noil-allillatCU coyerliiKoriilaullnglun boxand sitting iudurlnR Mn-'i i.iu nininitrit.e hilt ,c innnni.' i 'lll-tlll, lllll 111? IIIUIIIUI.I?llljf 17 ...L. 1.1 . held in abevance, and ho is not thereby deprived ol .Masonic burial. Q. 9. Is there any badge of mourning for Chapter or Coin'madery di lie rent from lhat of Lodge? A. We know of un badge except black crape, common to all orders. 1. 10. Can a Lodge receive a petition and do regular business on tho St. John's days ? A. Bv some bv-lnws wo notice that St. John's days nro put down ns addi tional to the regular meetings, and when tho duties of those days are not special ly defined, Lodges mn'y do regular busi ness nud receive a petition nud report on tho same ono month thereafter. If. how ever, those days arc merely set npart for anniversary purposes, then of course nothing eho could bo done. If the regu lar meeting lulls on one ot those days, then It Is a regular meeting to all intents and purposes, Q. 11. Can a permission granted an other Lodgo to confer degrees bo con strued into n recommendation? A. No, unless tho recommendation is specified. When a Lndgo waives juris diction over n candidate, and another Lodgo takes np that candidate, tlioy do ii on ineirown respoiisiniiuy, Q. 12. Is it a necessary q'liiillficntion that u man believe in the Bible, cither old or new, to become n Mason ? A. It is not, any more than it is to bc lievo iu tho Koran, the sacred books of Vedns, or any other test of theological ncnei. me ,icw does not uenevc in the New Testament ; tlio Mnhommcdan bo- lieves in neither tlio old nor tho now. nud ninny Christians do not believe in tlio iiisplrntlnn of nil tho books of thoBi blc. und Masonrv. in order to harmonize all tlifologicnl divisions, rcjocts no book, nut will receive her inillntes upon that test of faith which ho may bo willing to accept ns binding upon his conscience. Masonrv lins but one test of rcllgloiiB be lief, mid thnt test Is n landmark belief In God. Beyond that, no Lodgo can go without violating n lnndmnrk, nud to do thnt woum Buuicctiiio charter to arrest. Wo bcllovo that tboro is no hotter rule or guide to our works than tho Blblo, our crcat Light : tills Masonry endorses and gives to her disciples, but leaves to me conscienco oi nil io accept or reject, leaei auu nnchto v.imn i - . , , i . , ,., ..., i ... It. beauty, b.lug very large, closely set, of adeej U coiisiniiwy on nn nn coiiipioio nsoruiici i oi uooKiug, , xicaung, mm ya r- cr I iui. qiu us ui iiiu iiuvsi iiiiiivi us , iiisu u inn iiuu ui onoii iiuriiuniu, aiiuju and Pocket Cutlery, Cooking Utensils, etc. etc., which they oQ'erat wholesale and retail at the lowest casn rates, wan ami sec. iiijv liHi W. J. W. ZOOK, DEALERS IJV Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. Forest City, Mo. INSURANCE COMPANY JOSEPH 3I O IXSUKKS AGAINST ALL LOSS OU DAMAGK BY TP i i o and Authorized Capital, tn i n o,-. - $200,000! orncKits. DR. J. T. BEHGH0F1' President; C. II. FOOTE, Sccrelnrv; C. JIAHTZELL, Vies President; U. T. EVANS, Treasuror; J. W. STEELE, General Agent. OH, Directors mid Itcfcreiicvs. Dr. J. T. Bcrghoff, St. Josebli, Missouri; C. H. Foote, St. Joseph, Missouri; J. AV. Steele, St. Joseph, Missouri; J. II. Long, Secretary llomo Insurance Company, Fayette, Iowa; C. Ilartzcll. St. Joseph. Missouri: C. L. Currier, Secretary American Insurance Company, Freoporl, Illinois f rancis itodinnu, secretary oi &tnic, Jciierson uity, -Missouri; A. M. Snxton, State National Bank, St. Joseph, Missouri; B. F. Bush & Co., Grocers, St. Joseph, Missouri; Woolwortli & Colt, Stationers, St. Joseph, Missouri; E. J. Carter, Commission Merchant, St. Josepn, Missouri; E. T. Evans, St. Joseph, Missouri. jy28-3m C"Goou Soliciting Agents Wantkd.SI) S. M. K.TJL.13Y, Xraveliiiff Acront. W. BOWMAN, Local Agent. itlio SENDING ORDERS, D. A. CONSTABLE, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Iron, Steel, and Heavy Hardware J1LSO AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, WAGON MAKER'S SMITH'S MATERIAL, OUTFITTING GOODS ANI J 1,11, BLACK Fourth Street, 1118 ly SAINT JOSEPH, MO. JOHN 8, LIUOX, ISAAC T.HOSIA. Ve would say to those who wish lo rrictice econ omy, that I hey had belter order early, and we will Hack well In ii box und send br freight, belnir much cheaper than by express. There will be no doubt iibaut their safu carriage, nnd arriving In good con- UkUUUi LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS Lemon, Hosea&Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FORE1GA" 5- DOMESTIC DR1 GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING. S,'C no. o v ourtu Diruui, 11133 ly BT. JOSEl'H, AUGUST BEKBES CABINET JlND UNDER i Oregon, Pr.TITIONH FOH DlBl'r.NSATIONS. Owing to tho great irregularity with which petitions for Dispensations for Lodges ami Chapters aro cotton up,, ami Agents, Nurserywen, and Tree Dealers. and tlio delay occasioned thereby, tho urnml secretary tins printed a complete hlnnk form, which will ho sent to appli cants frco of charge It is not probtiblo that any Dispensations will' Do issued al ter Jnlv tlio 15th until tlio meeting of tho Grand Lodgo and Grand Clinptcr, in Oc tobor poxt. St. Louis Freemason. Steadiness of purnoso Is tlio holm of each man who woulu nccomplisii any tliing useful, in' Masonry. A purno'sQ riglitly coneelvcd, n plan rightly laid, n IV. t.l.il-. .1 1 .! . ,. .11 UPSlgll rigiiiiy uruwii, u ueginmug ui- i. mW-ANnFACTDIlES AND SELLS of KUKNITUKE AND WHO iirlcea which will defy comuellllon li hall ami examine. He has also made tft v,.n nn hiiml an assortment of HK i;Uffl.N8, aim will uicrenyue ennoicai iu hub line on mu anorientpuiBiuit. mmu BllUr, 'ii uooroi uniimcr-a auuuie ! liuuiyj luBlsi C. K easier, PGALERIX FANCY GOODS, TOYS! Oliildvoit's Cnrrla- gOH, XSUMlcotMs' ALBUMS, WHO CACiES, STATlONEItY, Novels, Fishing Tackle. AND YANKEE NO 'HONS ! 23 Second-it, near Francis, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. Illaiy , 1 !! Ma mm 9 CATHARTIC PILLS OPBRATB by their powerful jaflnertce on iht Internal Tlscera to purify the Mood and stimu late It into healthr action, They remote the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liter, and other organs of the body, and, by restoring their Irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, such derangements u ore the first causes of disease. An extensile trial of their tlrtues, by Professor, Physicians, and Patients, his ahoitn cures of, dan gerous diseases almost beyond belief, wen they not substantiated by persona of inch exalted position and character a to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificates are published In my American Almanac, which the Agents below named aio pleased to furnish free to all Inquiring. Annexed we giro Dircdiont for their use In the complaints which they hare been found to cure. Fob Costiviness. Tako one or two Pills, or such quantity as to gently moro tho bowels. Cos tWeness Is frequently the aggravating cause of Pilrs. and the cure of ono complaint Is tho cure of both. No person can feel well while under ft costlte. habit of body. Hence it should be, ai it can be, promptly relfered. Fob DrsriraiA, which Is sometimes, tho cause of Coilivtneti, and always uncomfortablo, tako mild doses from one to four-' to itimulato the stomach' and liter into healthy action. They will do It, and the heartburn, botlybtim, and toulbum of dyspepsia will rapidly disappear. When It has gone, don't forget what cured you. For a Foul Stomach, or itomd Inaction oflht SoweU, which produces general depression ol the spirits and bad With, take from four to eight Pill at first, and smaller dosea afterwards, until activity and strength Ii restored to tho system. For Nervousness, Bick Headache, Navsra, Pain in the Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four to eight pills on going to bed. If thev do not oper ate sufficiently, take moro tho next day until they do. Theso complaints will be awept out from the system. Don't wear these and their kindred dis orders becauso your stomach ii foul. Fob ScRpruLA, Ehtiipelas, and all DUtatti of the Skin, tako tho Pills freely and frequently, to1 keep the bowels open. Tho eruptions will gener ally aoon begin to diminish and disappear. Many issusting i tho wholo system havo completely yielded to their innucncc, leaving ine lunercr in pcrtcct Health. Patients I your duty to society forbids that you should parade yourself around tho world covered with pimples, blotches, ulcers, lores, nnd all or any of tho unclean diseases of the akin, becauso your system wants cleansing. To Puitirr the Ulood, they aro tho beat medi cine ever discovered. They should bo taken freely and frequently, and tho impurities which tow tho seeds of incurable diseases will be swept out of tho vstcm like chaff before tho wind. By this property they do an much good in preventing sickness ns by tho remarkable cures which they aro making every where. Liveh Comvlaint, Jaundice, and all Bilious Affections arlso from somo derangement cither torpidity, congestl. or obstructions of tho Liver. Torpidity and congMtlon vitiate tho bile nnd render it unfit for digestion. This is disastrous to the health, and tho constitution is frequently under mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the symp tom. Obstruction of the duct which empties tho bile into tho stomach causes the bllo to overflow Into the blood. This produces Jaundice, with ft long and dangerous train of evils. Costivencss, or alternately costivencas and diarrhoea, prevails. Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, weariness, restlessness, and melancholy, with sometimes in ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness; sometimes there is severo pain in the sldo ; the akin and the whlto of the eyes become a greenish yellow ; the stomach acid; tho bowels toro to tho touch; tho wholo system irritable, with a tendency to fever, which may tum to bilious fever, bilious colic, bilious diarrhoea, dysentery, &c. A medium doso of three or four Pills taken at night, followed by two or three tn the morning, and repeated a few days, will remove the cause of all these troubles. It la wicked to suffer inch pains when you can euro them lor 25 cents. Kiieumatism, Oout, onrf all Inflammatory Fe ten aro rapidly cured by tho purifying cll'ccH of these Pills upon tho blood ana tho (stimulus which they afford to tho vital prlnciplo of Life. For these Mid all kindred complaints they should be taken In wild doses, to movo tho bowels gently, but ficcly. As a Dinnkh Pill, this Is both agreeable and Useful. No Pill can bo mado moro pleasant to take, nd certainly nono lias been made more effectual til the purposo for which a dinner pill is employed. nici'ARun nv DIS. J. C. AVER A CO., Practical and Analytical Chemists, LOWELL. MASS., AOKNTA WANtKI) TO BULL THE 111STOIIY Or Tho War Between tho Btatos, Its Cnusc9, Character, Conduct, und Uenults, 11VIIOX. AI.KXANDF.lt II. KTUl'IIK.ND. A book for nil sections und all parties. This nb .rblimly Interesting book by "the irrrat Btaten- man" oi tho Smith, prescuts the mont complete anil Impartial annlyaU of the causes of the war which has ever appeared from n Houthem pen) It treats without piirtlzanshtp, und In thu utmost moderation ofUie character of tho struggle) nml In Its descrip tion of the conduct of the war, it gives those Interi or lighU nnd Hhnilows of the conflict only known t thosu high ofltcera who watched the Hood tide of revolution from Its fountain-springs, and which were bo nccesaiuie iu air. oiepncns iroin ins position as second olUcer of the Coiifcdcruli' Slates . Tho re sults of the war, present and future, have never been treated by auy other author, and Mr. Steph en' great iibultien have here found their fullest '"iT.; io lnteiiso desire evervwhero manifested to ob tain this work, Its ofllclul Character and ready sale, combined with nn Increased commission, makes It the best aubscrlption book ever published, and of fers to agents tho lluest opportunity to mako money ever heard of In the history of books. Send for descriptive circular ami termsto agents. Address, ZHICil.Klt, McCUHHY t CO., DIMw S13 Olive Street, bt. l.otils, Mo. Final Settlement. Creditors and others Interested in the estate of Ilunnuli Heeler, deceased, late of Holt county, Mis souri, are hereby notlfled that on the llrst day of the next May term of tho Holt County Court, w o shall make final settlement of said estate. THOMAS COTTIER, I, . UKEUilt. Executors of Hanuah Heeler, deo'd, March 13th, lHtM 30-it Agents wanted In every town in the Union, to wbomliberal Inducements will be offered. There Is nothing that sells better. Send itamp for colored plate and tree, and circular containing price, or igin, &c. Great inducement! are offered to the iraue. T? AIRB ANK'S i' hoaleh cr n VAinnANati,,i 226 and ti-28 LaXCTjtl 09Slarlut Street. I careful to buy only i standard .KINDS. &JfAin r . . . ?a. lie uc. then n porsovorliig effort Addrcsse i .. ., 1. 1 . . V1IIUIV U1UOBUM . Hint ncknowlcdtres no obstacle, and 6ih mlts to iiodUHcqlty. This Is what Is un derstood by tho Masonic expression,! "tlmo. patlonco and porBovcrnnco ac-l compllsh all thlngn.'' MILLER & CO., Settler's Store P. O,, Cheste rcounty Venn. ""!! ,., n 'ix" i i tii-ti raKenuvi,, ,i T1V A fjillflllftn. In Taijla In9 nvhfn.' lft VA PAiln. tr of Holt, aa a atrav. the lollowlmri OmVier two I years old paet, red and whlto tpolled, wlVe tall, a white spot In the forehead, marked with a swal low fork In the left ear, and appraised iiUwenty dot- tan, ultra uuqcr my iianu uud iu uj, m aiarcn, iwh, ujsuituf, ivm.iiu, J, J", lt-K Administrator's Notloo, NOTICE U hereby given that letters of adminis tration upoo the estate of Itcuel Winn, deceased, have been grunted to me by the Holt County Court, bearing date tho fc!d day of February, 18B8. 1 All persons having claims ugulust said estate are required to exhibit thera To me for allowance, with in one vear from tho date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benellt of such estate i and ifaald claims bo not exhibited within two years from the date of said letters, they will be forever burred. MKllltlCK WeTIIEKIIEE, Adm'r It.-L. Wlun, deo'd, Oregon, Mo., M-lrch 13th, lWU)H)-3tl Notioo of Administration do bonis non. , I.ettcri of administration upon'the estate oi'Nnthan Johnson i deceated, not administered upon by Wil liam Perkins, late administrator, have been granted to the undersigned uy the uolt county court, dated ihoDth day ortlurch, im. ,s the jt 4jcm, .i.ijirri!, u, n,, lof Nathan Johnann. rtHiM Oregon, Mo,, March nth, lfl68.-llS6.8tj lollth day ofMurcli, laua, , Thu authority of the said Wm. -Perkins, ceased on in With day ofJanuary, 1WW. by death. jijvnKi jt jajctu, iviijii-rii. u. n. TOAINTS fur J-'AUSIEltS and others". The Orar--- ton Mineral I'nlnt Company, Bl'c now manu facturing tho llest, Cheapest unit most' Durulilo I'nlnt In use; two coals well put on,' mixed with pure Linseed Oil, will last ten or lllleen years It Is ofn light brown or beautiful chocolate color,, and i 1 can bu chuugeilto green, Iciul.'stonc, drub, olive, or cream, to suit tho InMe nflho consunier. It Is vul uable for Houses, Jliirns.i Fences. Carriage and 1 Cur-makers, Putin nnd Wnod-wure, Agricultural, .' Implemciils, Cunalllouts, Vessels nnd Ships' Hot toms, Cnnvul, MCtal and. Shluglo Hoofs, (It being' Fire und Wuter proof,) Floor Oil Cloths, (one man ufacturer having used A,QG0 barrels tho pnstycar,) , und as n paint lor any purpose Is unsurpassed for body, durability, , el ifllclly, and udhcslveness. Price S per barrel of 300 pounds, which will sup ply ii tarmer for years to come, Wurranted lu all eases us above. K'hdfor a circular which gives flill ptirlieulurs, Noun ucnulnc unless brniuled In iv; ' Irado murk Uruftou Mineral I'nlnt, Address ,, IIOEHNE A OKllKEN. " 20-0m 618 N. 3d street,. Bt. .Louis, Sto'. Adraiuistrator's Notioo. ' NOTICE Is hereby given thnt letters of ' admlnls (ration upon tho estatu of William Perkins, dcccAs-. ed, havabcengriiiitciltomebythelloHcountycourt, .. bearing (lute the lith day of March, lmm. ' All persons buying claims against sulci estate aro' ! reUlrcd to exhibit them to me for ullowunce Willi-. -' In one year from the dutoof saldletters, orlheymay, be precluded from auy lioneiUof suclicstatot ami If said claims be not exhibited within two yean from the date orsald letters, they will be forever barred, , Adni'rof Wm..Pcrklns deo'd.- ' Oregon, ,Mo., Morch ISthf SU-UtJ , , , ., Administrator's Notloe. ' '"' NOTICE U heritor glven.that1 letters of Riimln'lsi tratton upon the estate of1 David llandly, deceased, have been granted to me by. tile Holt . county coon,' bearing date the iitlh day of February, tm. , All persons huvlng clulms ugulust Said estate are required to exhibit (hem to me reallowance, with in one year from the diiteofeuld letters, or they may be precluded IVom any benellt of such estate i and . If sulci clulms bo not exhlblteiUyllhln two years from, tho rtuto of said letters, tliey vifel.ba forever barrodl I ... GEOIIUE CUMMJN8. , . . Adm'r'nfn. irnnrilv. d,ilrt. Oregon, Mo,, March lath, ma, B0-81V1 7 ' '' TOLANKS FOB JUSTICKl mm at the Sintihxl olllceZ I,AY80IfHANI ' I ' " 111! 11. ' U i a ii i' i II 'I i ;j ' Hi . i, ; ) 1 u nil in t it i 0