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Proceedings of the Board of Equalization Continued.
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Ain't ItVd $ 400 ' W) 400 100 40 240 300 76 240 V2d 80 320 750 120 1600 650 210 90 490 500 200 175 630 1000 60 200 80 40 80 400 90 50 160 340 210 9G0 120 70 160 160 80 300 80 SCO 200 680 620 400 610 80 320 320 400 300 700 200 1020 660 100 200 360 100 600 200 80. 100 600 200 160 660 600 100 100 400 460 600 200 600 1200 316 it.nl 480 380 640 1225 300 320 600 80 80 820 160 80 160 640 320 240 160 80 210 160 160 240 KUIDAY Al'ItlL 24, 1868. "V" When subscriptions expire, wc place an X iiHit tin1 name on iho papcri If subscribers ilo not then renew, we lake It ns evidence that they iln not wlh the paper longer, nml drop their name from the lint. , If you wnnt to convince n Dctnocr.it of tho error of his wny nml reclaim him, just show him n copy of tho St. Jo. Vindicator. He finds where ho stands. Our latest advices lndlcato that tho Republicans have carried tho states of Louisiana mid South Carol I tin in. favor of equal rights. Iu Georgia n Hkarcsult is probable. TIIK Till AI.. Tm: impenchtnont trial is still in pro gress, but with n prospect of terminating in a short time. Tho President's coun sel concluded their evidence on Monday, nftcr which further evidence was to havo been Introduced by tho managers, when the closing arguments would commence. TI111 SEMIXAKY l'ltOJECT-IIOH' DOES IT SUCCEED I Wo should fear to Interrogate very closely concerning tho progress of'thls most important enterprise, lost tho pros poet would tend to glvo discouragement Wo nro led to fear from casual observa tions thnt, with ono worthy exception, tho ten committeemen appointed to so licit stock have not put forth tho efforts which tho responsibility resting on them nnd tho confidence reposed in them by tho ncotilo would demand. Have these gentlemen considered that on them now rests whollv tho success or fitllure of tills scheme V Alas, wo aprehend not Yet it is true that from them alone arc wo to reccivo tho verdict, success or SUPERVISORS OF HEUISTItA- TIOX. Tho foilowlnir is n lift of Suncrvlsors of Registration appointed by Governor i' i.ETCitEii ami columned uy the Sen ate : First d strict-John II. Dnv s. Second district Ofcar Klikhatu, I'hird district Anthony llnnl, Fourth district Athan II. Mills, Filth district It. S. Moore. Sixth district F. Mctilnuls, Seventh district (J. F. Mnvo, Kighth district -David Veils, Ninth district L. M. Uonklln, Ten th district V. II.Murtrlcs, l'lovcnth dlitrlct D. M. Diaper, Twelfth dlitrlct-W. T. Kasti, Thirteenth district Perry 1). Pnpino, Fourteenth district Thomas Phclan. Flflui'iith illsliic't Hnnrv Hnrrv. Sixteenth district M. U. McGregor, Seventeenth district 1). Montgomery, Eighteenth district K. II. Pennon. Nineteenth district James Abbot, Twentieth district A. V. Jjowi. Twcntv-flrst district J. K. Kitld, Twenty-second district II. Wilcox, Twenty-third district Sam. A. Pope, Twenty-fourth district J. P. Foster, Twcntv-tirth dlstrict-T. S. Miotics, Twenty-sixth district C. F. Unci. Twenty-seventh (list. A. . Johnson, Twcnty-eighth district A. P. McKcc, Twciitv-ntnin insirici iu. Angusitnc, MRS. SARAH A. HILL, Is constantly receiving nw stocks of Millinery, Dress Trimmings, ftiav Goods. Ilililtons, Lares, nnd French Flowers, Tor I lie I'rcsint mill Comlntr NcnHoti. HKIt STOCK U always LAIHIE, nnd selected with the greatest eure truiu the most reliable THE AX(JOEl D1NASTEII l'EATEl), HE LOTS IN OREGON, FOHKST CITY :t lots udAti W I.otH II & 7 AND MOUND CITY. 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Davis, Cleric of tho County Court in and for Holt county, in tho Stato of Missouri, certify tho foregoing to bo a correct copy of Ileal Kstnto raised in val uation by tho County Hoard of Equalization, in and for Holt county. Attost: W. n. DAVIS, Clerk. AcconniNo to tho Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist Alexander II. Stephens was profoundly impressed, during his recent visit to the North, with tho sc rono tranquility of tho Radicals, and tho Bubmisstvcness of tho Democrats. "This astonishing condition of allulrs," savs mo etiunr, "is explained uy .nr. btopit ens ns a peculiarity of the American inlnd a roverenco for actual authority, however lawless, and a desire to sup press it through every cxhaustivo pro cess of tieace, and. fallintr in this, sub mission with tho best graeo possible." It is a pity that tills "peculiarity of tho American mind" did not manifest iteolf in tho South sovon or eight vcars ago. Inkohmation Wantud. Rev. Itoh bert Gurloy, a member of tho Missouri and Arkansas Contoreuce, Wnrsnw cir cuit, loft Warsaw sotno four months ago for Scdalia, sinco which timo ho has nov el" been heard from. His mall accumu lating at this place, and other circum stances show that his absence was not premeditated, and suspicious of foul play aro cntortaincd. Information 6out to this ofllco will bo thankfully received by Ids friends'. Other napors plcaso copy; Warsaw Times 2d, April. . Mixmksota has made somo Important changes in her crimlnnl code, bho has prntically abolished capital punishment, by the enactment of n law declaring that no criminal shall sull'or tho penalty of death without tho unanimous rccom mendation of tho Jury. She has decided mat in nil criminal cncs t no iiccuscu shall bo allowed to testify in Ids own bo- linlf. And, further, slio lias provided that an amendment to tho Constitution shall bo eubmitcd to tho people next No vember nuollsning tho uraua Jury sys teui, Latest dispatches from Eurono re port that tho entire kingdom of Spain is imitated bv tho throes of revolution. Martial Inw lias been proclaimed by royal order, in tho i'rovinco ot Uatnlo nia. Michigan voted on hor now constl tution on tho UUli, mid wo sco by tho returns thnt it was iirnomiuiouslv de feated, It cpntalua a clause conferring t no clectlvo irtmchlso on tlip colored race, Prof. O. S. Fowler is in Woshlncton Ho" will cxnmino tho lieads of tho gov ernment. 'If ho expects to examine tho present' head, ho had potter bo,nbout it 'twill VF ' ' " ' fnllurc. We regard it not as a question of the libornlity of tho public, but as ono of the energy of tho managers. The earnest friends of education, nnd the moral and social advancement of the community, favor tho establishment of this School, heart nnd hand, because they sco iu its establishment lusting beu cflts nccrulng to their children lutcllcct- nally; because its establishment effects bonellcially the social character of the community; and because the encour agement of education has tho cll'cct of re lining and elevating all within a coin nittnity, and lessening crime. The men who view the mailer tolcly in tho light of pocket interest favor the school without hesitation, because they sec by its creation in our midst nn in crease of from ten to twenty per cent, in tho value of real estate. This arises from tho fact that persons coming hither from other states to localo will make tills lUU'iii'micn in tlm. urirn of Iniwl n.. jticeut to a S ciniuary, rather thnn bo at tliooxpcnso of sending their children to a distance, and from under parental guardianship. At tho same timo were tho school not established, this class of emigrants, which Is by far tho most de sirable, would go to other locnltics where tho advantages they seek exist, and wc would receive as our sharo an influx, of population composed largely of those who feel littlo or no Interest in educa tion. It may bo said further, that though its inviting and advantageous location would scenro for tho Senilnury a fair sharo of patroungo from abroad, yet tlioro would bo a sullicioiicy of local pat ronage to decently and independently mautaiii It. Hence the stockholder has an assttrauco that his investment is something moro than as somo claim a donation, and may prove a good invest ment. Tlioso who nro indifferent upon edu cational matters certainly urge no ob jections to tho building of the school, anil doubtless would bo plcnsed with its ben ellts when they begin to giow apparent. If perhaps thcro remains any of tho.pio- ncer class, who flee from tho advancing steps of civilization, their opportunities for taking their way wostward would not bo in tho least curtailed. Hut tho triteness of tho subject, the Heedlessness of urging sucli a proposi tion, which is one that should not re quiro arguinont, is apparent. The peo ple want tho institution, and it remains for tho committee to consolidate their cflorts for attaining the end. It canuot bo dono without nn effort. Gentlemen, you must work, earnestly too, if you ex pect to accomplish what Is oxpected of you. Will you allow tho stigma to rest upon us ns a community thnt wo tried and failed in this thing, when no trial is boing made ? Will you nllow some other neighborhood, with loss lluancial ability and population, but with moro of tho spirit of enterprise and progress, to take this out of our hands? You need not do this, but you will unless you go car nestly to work and manifest n detorininn tion to carry tho work through. Thirteen Persons Hunted t Death, Xiiiriy Killed uiitrigui tiiui i n-ly-two Wounded. Ni:w Yonic. April K.th. The train on the Krio Railroad, which left llullitlo at twenty minutes past two yesterday nflernoon, in charge of conductor .Tudd mid Chnrlc.4 Douglass, superintendent of tho division, consisting of an engine and tender, three sleeping, two first class, and one second class, two baggage ami 0110 nostnl car, proceeded on time, making usual stoppages until evening, when the iinscngcrs were in 1110 sleep ing cars lor tho night. About three o'clock this morning, Mr. Ames and Mr. Houston, ot tho uciicrnl post oiiicc in charge of tho postal car, saw the hell rono straighten out nun ureal in two, when Air. .itidd immediately rcmarucd to tho olllccrs that lie hnd lot his rear cars. They went to tho plattorm 01 the cor, when tho four rear cars were seen MOTICF. I! nA2IKRUPT!Y. THIS U to (tlvc notice Hint on the Otli liny of A)irll. A. 1). ItoM. Warrant In Ilnnkrinitcy km Usuctl nunliiKt Hie cstnle of.lnhn Vauderllnde. of the roun- lv of Holt, nml State of Mls' imrl. who hii tieen ad judged a lUnkmpt on hla own petition) that the pay ment ornny dcbln and the dellirry of any properly DtlonRiiiK 10 men nankrnpi, 10 nini nnn Kir ma use, and the trnmler of nny property liy him are forbid den liy law) that 11 meeting of the creilltnra ofthe an lil IlniiVriiiil W prove Ihelr itibtiinnillnchoot.eonc or more naMKiieea of ettnte, will lie held at a Court of Uilnkruptcy, tu beholden atthe offlcc of the KCKi'ier in nniiKriipicy, .n. ni i.iunonii Bireei, in lliecll of St. .Toeih, on the Kill day of May, A. 1. lKi?, at 10 o'clock, A. M. llllin, II, l.ljl.AVI-.. Marfhal Wrttern District Mo. Ily.lAMKS A. Matnky, Deimty. tiidoon .V.hulfoii, Attr'iforretltloner. tairl7-lhv3l eastern hniiflei Wlir LATEST STVl.V.S. I)rec, Wnlklnff Suits, Snriiiei, etc., cut and made to order In the best manner. Agent, nlso, for the sale of U10 celebrated I,EAVITT SEWEVCl. MACHINE, Whle.li clalini superiority over Mery other machine lor lt extreme sltnplli'lly, durability, nnd capacity fcir nil uradeK of uwin)r whether Hum or heavy 1 Hi perfiet reliability under all circumstances, nml the fiiet thnt ( It not ill nil Habit to gtl out of order. t.mtles nre ln Ited to cull and examine for them- srlU'S at obi Mnml, south side public sipiarc. Sllll)i:.S &, VAM)i:itLlM)l, Dealers In DRUGS AND BOOKS, M11I11 Street. North Side Public Siiunre, under Hit- lek's l.nw Olllee, OR KG OK. MO. UI-21-lyl TWENTY EIGHT SIZES OF TIIK CELEBRATED ruuuiiKr down a precipice from seventy five to ono hundred feet high. The sccno of tho necident is thirteen miles from l'ort Jcrvis, on tho Delaware di vision of tho road. Tho sides of the precipice nro formed of jagged rock. In tho descent, tho cars were broken to pieces. At the bottom is n culvert, thro' which flows a stream of water, empty ing into tho Delaware. Tho impression prevails that tho disaster was caused by a broken rail, which threw tho rear car from tho track. This displaced tho three ears Immediately in front, and tho con nection breaking, the whole were pre cipitated down tho embankment. Con ductor dudd and Division Superintend ent Douglass were slightly iniurcd. The cars, in going over the embankment turned several times before Iho bottom was readied, and were nearly demolish- cn. 'rue vKLitluk mi n .in vii 1 1 1 CI v t mi- timed by lire. The na'senirers of tho cars left standing on t ho track immedi ately began to rescuo tho wounded nnd remove tho bodies of tho killed. Mauv of tho latter could not bo recognized. Seven persons were burned to death and six others killed by coming in contact with jagged rocks. Sotno fifty-two aro known to have been wounded, and have been cared for, and soveral slightly wounded arrived in this city. A Port .Tervis dispnteh stales that fif ty 01 tno wounded arc still there. It Is now stated that twenty lives wero lost. The people of Port Jervis throw open tueir nouses, and all tho ladles of the town rendered ail the assistance in their power. -Mr. Jflaucslee. ot Olcon.ow lork. who was in 0110 of tho cars t lint went down tho bonk, states : All four of the cars that wont over tho enihankninnl were completely demolished, and I think twcutv-ilvc or thirty persons were kill ed outright. I rcw llvo or six ladies tauen out ot tho ruins quite dead, and n numuor ol wounded. Tho rear car took firo from tho stove n short time nftcr the living persons wero rescued from it and I should judgo there wore about seven dead bodies burned un. There wero iu addition threo dead bodies taken outbcforolho llro reached them. Tho car ahead of tho ono in which I was sleeping nlso took Arc, but tho flames wero speedily extinguished. The catas trophe, of courso, took place in tho darkness of tho night, and the confusion was appalling. Attention was immcdl atciy given to the extraction 01 tuftsin. f'erors, and tho engine, baggago car, king car and ono other pnssongc went to Port .Tervis. and. trni ring tho passengers to another train mcdlatoiy returned lor tho transp lion 01 tno wounded. A Western editor, being poetically gifted, writes as follows to delinquent suuscrioors : "Would you lift u burden from us ? Would you drive a specter from us ? Would yon Utte a pleasant tlumber 1 yould you have ijulel conscience? Would you read a PAPER PAID TOIt ? fieiid us money Semi us money Send us money Send us money Sknd cs moskv that vouowe us I" A clergyman said ho addressed ids con grcgatiop of ladies nnd, gentlemen ns iH-uuiruri,occnuseiiio "uretiiron" emurrtc on uic intiics. mci i Arc now made by tho Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y These wem,-known axii vi:i:y roi'i; I.AK OOOKlNli hTOVUS hale been before Ibe public since Kueli sur.ceedlni; yeiir has added to their pnpuhulty, mull the. mini" has become In miliar in every household In the Went und bouth. Tho demand lor our TVOAV Ol&fVl'tOl Oflli last year WMRrentcrthnn we could supply with the tlzct then made) unlli'lputliii; 11 stilt renter de mand diiiins the present Jcur, we lmu made pat tern lur several additional sizes, and lire prepured to manufacture 1UO to ltIO CHARTER OAK STOVES, per day, of TWnXTY.riGMT IMVrritKXT HIZI-H- ST Htiurnmcc im. ...nii.iu ui every stove we muuuructurc, nnd oifer itsiclerenceiiny one ofthe miiny thousands that have been sold, wherever they may bo found. Neither labor or expense ha$ been spared to make our NEW ClIAIt'lElt OAK a PERFECT COOKING STOVE, and wo offer It to tho trade ns the lll'.ST COX STltUCI'KD, MOST DUIIAI1LK and UNIFOIIM operntlnir COOK1.SU STOVE In the market. In addition to our EXTENSIVE STOVE 1HISI NESS, we nro prepared to offer to Stove Dealers, Tinsmiths anil others In tho truile, the bircest nnd most complete assortment of Metal and Tinners' stock In the West. Our arrangements with the t. Louis Stamping Company enables in toirlve lllicval (liscounU to lartrc buyers of FltENCIl UTAMl'ED TINNED IKONWAItE, and Tinners' Hupiillis. Having lecently reduced tho prices of all articles ol ourOWN MANtll'AGTUItE.wc believe dealers and housekeepers will Und It to tbelr Interest to ecud for Cataloiruc and Price 1,1st nnd examine our prlcca before purchasing elsewhere. Address E.YCEI.SIOIt MANUI'O CO., . St. Louis, MIorI. Sold by All lt'sM' nlli' DontlTH. STATI iinnnt nr rtrni.M'ATiow. ok Missoimi, 1 I'llllVTV 111,' llfll.1' I SS In the County Court of Holt County, Adjourned .tnlni.a Ri-olt. liil.lllit'A.I. 1 . mlnlstratnr In charRn cs- Order of l'libllcatlon. iamoi.iauoiM;arson,iieo'a NOW hern .lames Hcott, tmbllo aitinlntstrator In chnruu nf the estntn ofilaeol) Carson, Ueccnscd, presents to the Court Ids petition, pray luff fornu or der for the sale of so much ofthe real estate or said deceased as will pay and satisfy the remaining delils due by said estate and yet unpaid for want of suDl clcnt nssets. nccomimnicd bv accounts, lists anil In ventories required by law In such coses, on e.xam Inntlon whereof. It Is ordered that nil ihtsohh In terested In the estate ofsnbl deceased be notified thnt application us nlurcsald has been mnileand thatun less the contrary be thnwn on or before the llrstday ofthe ni'Nt reuulnr term of this Court, to be beRiin nnd hebl on the llrit Monday In May next, nn order Mill be inailc for the sale ofthe whole or so mnchoi tho leal estate of snld deceased ns will be sufficient for tho payment of said debts, und It Is further order- en mat mis nonce ne puiiiisiieu III some newspaper Iu this State for four weeks bel'oro the next regular term nf this Court. A com-. Attest! npr.i:wwlj W. 11. DAVIS, Clerfc. oitnrn ov i'iii.it'ATioN. STATU OP MISSOUItl, COUNTY OP llOI.T. lb the County Court of Holt County, Adjourned ii'iiii. ..lui 1 11 if, tna, .Tunica Scott, pub, nilmlu- ) Istrntnr In ehurito eslntelOnlerof Publication. of .loscpli White, dec'il. ) TVItJWherc.lnmeH Scott, iiubllc ndmlnlstrntor In X eharKe of the estate of Joseph White, deceased. prcsi'iii" in inccniiri un iieiiiiou, prnyniR lor nn or durfor the mle of so much of tho reiil estate of said ileeeiiied ns will pay nnd satisfy theremiiluliiKdebts due bv said estate mid yet unpaid for want nf Mini- cieni iineis, uecoiupiinieii ny acr.ounis, lists mill in rutiirles reiiilri l by law 111 surh cnies, on exam ination wheieof. Ills iii'dered that nil pirsons tu terei.teil In Ihe estate nl'snlddeciiised be iiotllled thnt nppllcatlon in aforesaid has been made nnd thut tin les the contrary be shown on nr before the llrst duv of theiiext reirular term of this court, to be bejtun und held mi the llr-t .Monday In May next, an order will be made for the sale of the uholnor M much ol' Ihe real citato of snld deceased ns will be Minlcleut for Ihe payment of salil debts, nnd It is lur I lur or dered that this notice be published In some newspa per In this Slide for four weeks befuic the next VcK ular term ol'tbis court. Atrueropv. AtUti npr:i:wwlj W. II. DAVIS, Cleik. Slir.HIPl"NNAI.i:. liy virtue of un execution to me directed und Issued from Ihe elerk'n iilllen oflhe Holt circuit coin t, In favor of It. I,. -MeDun-aid .t Co., plnlnllll's, nml uenlnt Adoldi Dresden defindant, 1 will, uu Moudiiy, lhe'j;thiliiviil'Aprll, A. D. JN'kS at Ihe Donrt House door, ill Ihe town of Uitroii. county nf Holt, und Slide of .Misuuli, be tween the hours nf nine o'clock 1st the forenoon and lite o'clock In thu u I'll i noon nf mid day, and liming tile session ofthe ell cult colli! for Holt count v, ex nnic In sale nublleli lit auction, fur ciixli In baud. all Ibe rljjht, title, und interest of tn!d defendant In nnd to the I'ollnwIuK described veal estnle, situate lu Ihe cniiuty nf Holt, and Slate nf .Missouri, to-ll: Lot '2 nnd ;i, block H, us ileslRiialt il nil the plat hi Ulebvllle, Mo., ni'siimueli tlierenf us will hcMilll- hut tosnlMv Ihe loreL'Olui; iMTUliou. .l.lli:it'l'ltU:('Ki;it, sherllVllolteounly, JIo. ores Mo., April 1, IKCil. (::!i-ll j lix.vi. 8r.TTf.r.Mi;NT. ClH'.DITOltS nnd nllollurs Intel ested lulbc ol'Ilemv Hnuaker. ileeeased. late of Holt ty, lire hereby imllllcd that on theJlr-t dny of the next May tenant' the Hull county court, 1 shall make II 1111 1 M'llll'lllVlll .11 SHIM I'SlilU', .1 AMES SCO IT, Public Adm'r, in charire nf estate. Ori'Kon, Mo,, April .1, lNW.-ai-lwj ffl STAI. M'.TTI.IIJI 1ST, CltEDITOIlS nnd nil others hileiested intheistuto ol'Mury .luuu t.nse, deceused. laleol'llolt enuu- ty, urn hereby nottlled that on the llrst day ofthe next .May teiiu ofthe Holt count v court, I shall make lllinl selllenul.t of said estate. JAMES st'OiT, Public Administrator, Iu charge of estate, Oregon, Mo., April 3, lsS,3!i.w no- car er- m-ta- Readino matter on evvvpngc. AD VJiUTIBimiWTTS. AIPIIMNTItATOIl'N NOTICi:. NOTICE Is hereby U en thnt letters of ndiKSls trillion IIIIOII thcVststll of llenrv Ann Kezer. ilc. ceased, have been (.'ranted tontuby the Unit County Court, henrliifr date the Imh day or At-il, IStW. Ml nersons hiivlnt! claims inrainst reipilred to exhibit them to mu for ullo" in one year iroin ine iihic oi sain inav oe priTlliitcil irom any nene und if said claims be not cxhlbitei from the date of said letters, the; uarreu, iiAiNir.t. iv Adm'r II. A OrcROn, Mo., April tilth, 18U8, estate are ce, with , or they Ii citato ivo vcurs forever II. MTJKPH Merchant OREGON, M READY MADE CL01 AND v. iVi I-, ill w Vllhlll ywillli 1 i..i-:b t I. ii . Kczft, dee'd I-3ll, 1 I 5eTG. V ri.VAI, NETTLKMEXT. 1ltEDIOTltS and ullothers iiitirested Inthc entitle ol William l.enox, deceased. Into ot Holt conn lv. lire herebv nottlled that on Ihe llrst dnv of the next May term ofthe Holt county court, I shallinuke limn si'iiii jni'iii in mini i'siuic. JAMES SCO'IT, AdinlnUtriitor of Will. I.enov OrcRon, Mo., April 3, 1ih. ny-lw iiXAi. Nr.rn.iii.NT. CltEDlTOHS nnd all nlhers Intercsled in the estate nl' llenJiimln 1'iiucher. ileei'iisi-il. late of Holt eottiily, are hereby imlllleil thut on the llrst day of ine nexi .iiny lermni me lion enmity court, Ishuu mni.e until re menu in ui sntit estsle, JAMKxsCOlT, Public AdiiilliUtralor In charRe of islute, Ol'iKQII, Mu., Apl-113, 1MB. pj-lwj FINAL NKTTI.KMEXT. dti:i)ITOI(S and till others Interested In thu estate J ot Samuel loiter, deceused, lateolllolt county, ure hereby uotllled thut on thu llrst day of thu next Muy termof Ihe Holt county court, 1 thull make II- nai seiueinent oi s-um esiuic. JAMES SCOUT, Public Administrator' In chtii'Ru of estate. Oregon, Mo., April 3, 1SC8. KHMw Furnishing Goods of the Latest Styles ALWAYS ON IIAND. SJUIT8 MADE TO OllDEH, ON SHOUT NOTICE und In tho latest 8tyle. Call Hint examine stock ofKurnlthlng anil Piece Oooili, IIIIS71 1'IXAI, NETTLEMnx r. NOTICE U bcreby given Hint thu undersiRned Uiiurdliiiinnd Curator ofthe minor heir of John S. Kecves, deceased, Intends to imply to the county court of Holt county, at Its next rcRtilur term, to mukoulluiil settlement of Ills Ruurdluushlp account unit uppiy inr ins uiseiiaiRu us sucn Kiitinuan. .1 AJll.B MLIJl l, Clunrdlaii und Curator, OreRon, Mo,, ApvllS, ISfiS. 3'J.U) '' Slierlir'H Nnic liy virtue of nspeclal execution to me directed and Issued from tnu clerk's oltlee of the Holt circuit court, In liivur of E. A, &.V.. P. CoppiiRc plulntltrs, nuilngiilnbtJulmS, Knott, Mary Knott, and llenjnimn W. Knott, defendants, 1 will, mi Monduv. Ibuvnth davnf Anril. AD. Iw'.i .it tin. Court House ilooi-, In thu town of Oregon, county of Holt, und Statu or Missouri, between the hours of lllni. olfliifk in Iln. 1'nt.iini,i ittnl tin, .W.1....L- l .1... uiiernoon ui sum iiuy, anil iiuriug inu session ofthe ciicuii couii iur iioh eouuiv, uxpose in suie putillc- IHMtUUIUII,!.! LU9II 111 llllllll, Hll 111V I IRIII, llUC, and Interest nfsulil ili'l'i'inlniits. In nml In lln. IiiII.ilI Iur described real estate, situate In tho county nf Holt, and Statu ofMissouri, to. wit: The west half ui ine souineusiiiuiirter ni ktiiuii u, in township fill, ofruiiRu37, ulso lot ininiW lime, of tho south- east ijiiuiier oi section i, tu inwnsniii or rum ,'17, or so much thereof ns will be sufficient to satis inu i.iri-Koiug exeeiiuon. AMir.iu Sheriff of Halt iiregon, jio., April J,IHJS fy. SlIi:itiri".S NAI.i:. Uy vhtueuf tin execution In meillrected, null Issued from the clerk's nf llcenfthellnlt circuit court, lu I'murof Hiram I'ul- terson ,V Co., plulullirs, und URitlitst II. W. EMiif., ilel'eitdaut, 1 will, on Mnmltiy, tliewTtlidnyof April, A. u. iNsl, in lite i.ouri utilise uoor, in liteiuuniii Oregnn, county nf Holt, und State of Missouri, be tween the hour of nine o'clock lu tbn foreunnii and lire o'clock In the iilteriionnol'subl day, mid during Ihe session nf the circuit court fnrllnlt enmity, ex pnt to siileiiihlielv ut iiitetlnu, for ciisblnhtmi), ull llterlght, title, mid Intel est nl suld deletiiliint liinud loine intiow nig iiiscrineii 11 in isitiie, suiiaie in ine eountv nl'llnlf. and Sliile of Mlssuliri. tnwltf '1 he sotllhllest illliiyter of section IU, In tmyTlship ISO, nf iniii...,, , inn, ii., iii-i i-n uu ,, nil snuill I'llll Ol 1110 enst hull'ul'lhesotithwest ijuiirli-r nf ecllon ift!, In tiiHiisbltiiVJ, nl'run;e:i7,nrso nuicli thcrinfiis will besulllcleitt In satisfy the foil going execution. AI.IIEHI' IKECKElt, Sherilfllnlt county, Mo. up3-.'n.d I SlIEItlPF'S SAI.E.-Ily Irlue nfitn execution to me dlrecled. and isstiid lVnitiilii.eli.rk'snm if the Andrew circuit cuuit, lu favor of Ell.ubeth s. tiiillllli, plnlnlltr, mill ugitliist John S. (irilllllh, de- leiniiiiu. i 11 III, nil .iinuiiay, ine 2, it uuv o April. A . 1). lfUd. lit the Clltlll llntlsi llnnr. Ill llm town of Oregon, county of Holt, nnd Statu of Mis null, between the hours nf nine oclock lu the fore noon nml live o'clock In the lH'Icl nouii nf said dm , und during the sesslnn nf the circuit cuui t l'nr lliilt county, expose to sale publicly ut auction, for cash ,u .uiiiii, ,ui un. limit, line, noil liueiesi Ol sum defendant, m and to the following described renl es tate, situate lu the county of Holt, mid State nf Mis sourl, to-wlt: The noilhwest ijuartiT of section 111, 111 township .W, nrrimgolt-, or hu much thci col' n will be snlllelent to uttlsfy the fiiregnlng execution. AI.IIEItT IltECKCIt, Sheriff llolt eountv, Mo. iiregon, .no., April ', 13i)-lil DHEUIKt "S SAI.E IX PAItTITlOX.- .William It. U Iningiiiid Mnilhu t). Vlning petitioners In pur tlllou iigulnst Isaac I, Way, Nitncy 11, Wny, Isuao N, Welch, und Cullstii A, Welch, lleuedlct Acton, iMUn Actnu. obedlah It. May, llradrnrd W. Mav the heirs of Hiram Muv. Iielni? Hinrv. Mm-tlm. tinil ono uukiinwii tn the pi tllinutrs, heirs of Edwin 1'. ..iii.i mniwiieoi same, itiihuowu in peiiuoners, neirs of Walter Mar, In-wlti I.iiclnda, (iubilel, I.el, Dnulel, and Clarlinlti. liy virtue of tin older nml decree nf Ihe Hull Circuit Court, malleoli the Istdtiy of November, leu", I will on TUESDAY THE JSIh DAY OP APItlE, nt the Court House door, iu Ihe city of Oregon, enun ly nf llolt and stale nl' -Missouri, between Ihe hours of 11 o'clock In the linconoii und 11 o'clock lu the uf ti'rnoon oi'snld day. und during thu session of thu i.iieuii i.ouri oi moii eountv , expose in stile at puu I auction the follow lntMlcbcrihcil reuleslnli.. lelm- unil being In Holt county, Missouri, to-wlt: The soitlbeiist fourth oflhe south east uuartcr of section i.,, MfiiiiBiiipisi, rmiRu.w, nun ine ivi'ot nail oi inu norllieiist !, of the northeast iUttrlcr of section, tow usblpW, range 37, also live acres lu the south cast corner of the southwest Ji of the southeast .' sect Inn 1.1, township lid of range 37, containing in thu aggregate OS acres. Terms of sale : Cash iu hand. A I.IIKIC T KUX'KCIl, Sheriff. Jlregnn, Mi).,Murchjilth,Jsij. mun!7-3Sl QllEltll'F'S SAI.E IX PAItTITION.-Elitv A. 13 Thnrn, W llllum It. Tharp, Ucorgc W. Tharp, J.eorgu W, Hoop, and Nancy .1. Hoop petllloners in puriiiinii iigiiinsi.iusepn j narp, ureen A. I harp, Heltrv II. Tlluril. llv virtue nl'illi nrdi.p uiul fli.p.r.... ofthe Holt Circuit Court, made on thu 1st day of November, 1W)7, 1 will on 'JUKNUAl . Illl. .Stll DAY OP Al'ltll,, 1HOH, at the Court Hnti-e dour, III (be city or Oregon, cuitnly of Holt nnd State of Missouri, betw een Iho hours of It o'clock In the forenoon and a o'clock In the ufternoou of said day, anil during tho session of the Circuit Conn of Holt comity, exposa to sale pub licly ut auction the billowing described renl estate, lying und being In Holt county, Missoui I, to-wlt: Lots 1, 4; ft, and 8, lu block 1, as designated on llin original plnl uf Oregon. Terms ofsule: One-third cash, one-third In six mouths and the remaining one-lblrd lu twelve months with approved kecurlty notes bearing Intel est at tho rate of 10 per. cent, per milium on deferred puyments. . AtllEUTltCECKEK, Sheriff. Oregon, Mn., March, '.'1th, 18118. miirj7-38vv SlIEItlPF'S SALE IX PAUTITON.-Joscuh lluiim, Amanda lluum, ilenjiinila F, Hardin, Abruiii O, llurdln, and Alexunder C. , Hardin pctl llomrs In partition against Sophia C. Hardin, und Win, A. Hardin. Ily virtue of nn order and decree of the, Holt Circuit Court, made on tho 1st day ofNo veiuber, 1WJ7, 1 will nn TUESDAY. THE Until DAY Of Al'ItlL, 1808, at thu Court House, door, In tho city nf Oregon, county of Holt und Statu of Missouri, between the hours of 0 o'clock In llm forenoon and o o'clock In lite afternoon or said day, und during the session ol the Circuit Court uf Holt county, expose to sulcpub llcly ut miction the following described real estate, lying anil being In Holt county, Missouri, to-wlt: The north huU'oftlm south west nuarter of section 14 In tow nship 60 of of range 37, and thu south cast 'plurter oflhe south east iiuarterofsectlonv! in town ship M of range 37. Terms of sale: Onc-thlril casli, one-third in six months, and the remaining' third in twelve months with uiOrovcd security notes bearing Interest ut the rate of 10 per cent pet annum on deferred puyiiieuts, AlllKltT IKECKElt, Sheriff. Oregon, Mn., Marehaith, 1MM marJ7-3sws "KXKCIITOU'P NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given tint tho undersigned (iiurillannnd Curator nfthlhilnorliclrsofWin. llasklnn, deceased, intends toBpply to tho county court of Holt county, Missouri, IVir leave to make a llnul settlement of his guiirillunlhln account, at the next rcpsiar term uf sulci caurt,)i uu begun ana held in juonuty, . ALUEUT JtUiUKElt.iifkit tho iMrt House, in Oregon, Wit the 1st MomU; Iffofllolteoiintyi Mo. UfMuyl, 11X18. JJ. VAN UlIPKIltlC, Uuardlan, ptlddj Oiegon, .March 30, ltW.-InpS-JV-lll