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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1868.
TtiB placo to bay your Gaiters, Slip per, ClilldrcnV Shoca,nnd Gents Hoots, forenmrncr wear, UntCASTi.Kft Lah Murta'. 10,000 Buskels of Rye Wan tod Immediately, for which (ho 'highest price In cash will bo payed by W. A. MACKOY, 2tf Forest City, Mo. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Tlio members of tlio County llndlcat Kcpubllcan Kxccullvo Coinmltleo nro re queued to meet at tlio Southwest room or tho Court House, Oregon, Mo., on holiday next, July 30, 18G8. Dunlucss of importance will como up. C1IAS. W. BOWMAN, Chm'n. NEW STORE. V. 11. STEMIKTT, Oiq., OpCllS OUt tills week At tho seuth-west corner of tlio public square, with a stock of groceries. Ho alms to keep n good supply ofilrst class family groccrlps at all times, and Henry's experience is such In this com munity that ho knows Just what to keep to accommodato our wants. Give him a call, JIo alms to sell at living prices fur tho customers. qUARTERI.Y MEETIXC. Tho second .Quarterly Meeting for tho 'present year, on Oregon Circuit, M. E. Church, wilt bo held at Plcrco's School House, July tho 18th and 10th. On Sat urday, tho 18th, public services at 11 a. M., and 7 r. m. On Sabbath, 19th, a basket meeting will bo held in tho ad joining grove. Love feast at 9 a. m., preaching at 11 a.m.; also 3 and 7 j r. M. MASS MEETINCIH. Radical mass meetings will bo held In Holt county, as follows : On to-morrow, at Gnllliams' Mill, Union township, a meeting will bo held. 5lr. D. P. Ballard and A. M. Swnn, esq., liavo been invited and nro expected to speak. , On Tuesday next, Hon. W. 11.1'olms bec, of Daviess county, ltadlcal candid ate for Congress, will address a meeting of tho Itadlcals at tills place. A mass mcctlng'wtll bo held at Mound City, on Saturday tho 2Stli of this month. Hon. I. C. l'arkcr has been Invited to bo present. 1). P. Ballard, esq., will also address tho meeting. J. 8. HART it. CO. AVlillo nt Forest City tho other day wo stepped into tho Saddlery and Harness establishment of .1. S. Haut & Co. They linvo o very pleasant storeroom, and -what Is better, It is well tilled with goods in their speciality Saddles In all styles, Bridles, .Harness, Whips, Spurs, Sin. Thoso lutcrcsted will bear In mind that llAitT has tho largest experience of any saddler In the county, and is bound to glvo satisfaction In goods as well as prices. Call on him. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. Tho Democratic organs glvo notice that the Democracy of Holt will rally in mass convention nt Oregon, on Monday, tho 20th Inst. As wo stated last week, that day has been selected throughout tho Stato to elect delegates to tho Stato nominating convention and to tho con- Congressional convention. Dr. 1. II. Tai.hott, whilom bono sawyer fir Kimball's regiment, will address the meeting. It Is supposed his subject will be tho process of healing after head am putatlou, as sovcrnl cases of this kind will require attention next full. It is said Gov. Halt, will also bo present. COUNTY COURT. Court met on tho l.'lst lust. Present : Judges Mclntyrc, I.chmcr, nnd Skccls; bhcrllr Itcvckor ond County Clerk Davis. It was ordered that tho boundaries of tho several election districts remain as revised for tlio general election of '1868, Various bills woro allowed and war rants ordered. C. Portor was appointed overseer of road district No. 3, tounslilp 02, range 39. The Bond Commissioner wns ordered to survey tho bridgo on tho road from Oregon to l orcst City, and report con ditlou of same. Also tho bridgo west of Oregon near S. Blanchard's, T. C. Dungau, Esq., was appointed County Attorney to servo the unexpired tcrwvofl. C. Buzlck. Adjourned to tho 20th .Inly, 18C8. A LITTLE ROMANCE A STRAY HUSBAND RECOVERED A HAPPY ENDING. On Monday morning a fond woman eamo to Oregon from tho Upper Hot toin, In search of a lawyer. She found ono on tho street, aud began a narration of lior troubles, which wo glvo nearly lu hor own worm : "Mister, can I git hack my team aud wagon 7 I was a widder with four clill dron, and ! married Mr. A. Folks told me ho had another wifo llvln' and all ho' wanted was my property loft mo by my first husband. But I married hlm,,and now t'othor day ho left me and tho chll drcn and como to Oregon and sold my team and wagon all tho proporty I had ana has cleared out: and (bursting In to tears) ho was. so kind to ma and tho children but I don't think I'll spend a dime for him now i If It was uot for the chlldrcu I would not bo after hlra now, , but it 'poars llko they lovo him tnoro than they do me. O, dear, I don't know what to do. Kin I git back tho team f " Sho was directed to go to tho attor ney's ofilce, whoro, after a long conver sation, como papers were bolng prepar ed. Meanwhllo a well drftsod, gallant, 'fay Lothario, came lushing Jnto town ion a fpamlng charger. Dismounting, In ihot basto he threw tho reins ot his brl- ,4Ur4r a post, and taking 4 hasty di rection from soma one, ran 3s though on Are ta.tuo .lawyer's olUco, aJd Into tho nresonco of tho lady bchoTd her lost 'jhusband,. .What greetings, what Joy The husband.explalnod all satisfactory, Tho wife wot,ejr with him to 'sign tlio bJH,P.,8;fl'(the juopcrty, and wo hope .sho wlHoever hyauso to regret It.i noN. BAMAi-a jus disposed of his wholesale aiug ifoiigoi,!,, gt, j0ICph, to Mr. Joskpic It. G,0ip', gontlerrtch o( extensive ejrjwknQe in. the trade, who wWtlnuo xfrx ,t the sm GREAT AMUSES., The Railroad tr. U. 8. Mail, Mcr- cnanu' union Express Company vs. Everybody "How Long, O Lord) how Long." Hit EditouI The writer of this hap pened to vrlto a let! or ono day not long ago, and taking it in tho morning to our postofllco and remarking that "now stneo tho railroad was finished to Forest City, it would not tako so long for a lcttor to reach St. Joseph and other points South nnd Knstof, that place," wns Inform ed that tho lcttor which ho had brought to tho office that morning to bo mailed, would not leavo Oregon until next morn ing; that then It would go to Forest City nnd remain tlicro until tho next night that Is, n letter mailed at Oregon st8 a. M., remains hero until 7) next morning, then Is token to Forest City whero It remains until about (1 o'clock i. m. It may bo thirty-six hours from tho time a tetter Is mailed until It leaves this county long enough for It to go to Chi cago. Whero ever tho fault lies, nnd this artlclo docs not pretend to say where, tho 10 should be a speedy remedy applied. But this Is not all : There- is supposed to bo an express oillco of tho Merchants' Union Express Company nt Forest Gjty. Why Is It then tlint our citizens nro com pelled, nt great expense, inconvenience, and delay, to go to Iowa Point, nnd Whlto Cloud, Kansas, for packages of express matter, pretended to bo deliver ed to them by tho Merchants' Union Ex press ? It is now nbotit six weeks since the Railroad lias been completed to or near to Forest City, still packages nro deliver ed at these points in Kansas for citizens of Oregon. Such outrageous abuses cry aloud for reform. Tlicro never was an instance of greater Imposition than that under which our citizens nro now suiTer ing, in respect to mall and express mat ter. What shall wo do? AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN ICAL SOCIETY HOARD MEET. IMS. OltlKioN-. Mo., July 11th, 18C8. Tho Board of Director met In nd- Jonrncd session. Present : Director E. Vnnllusklrlf, Gcorgo Meyer, Bcnnct. King. T. K. Slaughter, W. M. Pat terson, and Recording Secretary Win. Kauchcr. Vleo President E. Vanllusklrk lu tho Chnlr. Minutes of Inst meeting rend nnd adopted. Tho Corresponding Scc'y wns Instruct ed to ascertain tlio Mines of holding fairs in neighboring countlcstntSt.Joscphaud St. Louis, and report tho samo to the President. Tho President of (ho Board was In structed to tlx tho tlmo for holding n fair, and havo tho tamo published with in three weeks from this date. Wm. Knucher was appointed to solic it stock. John G. Cowan, Gcorgo Meyer, and Bcnnct King were nppolutcd a commit tee to prepare aud report a premium list at next meeting. Adjourned to 1 o'clock, v. m., Friday, 81 July, 1BG8. - - hits or GOSSIP. Fnbcr pencils may bo had ut Saville & Bcld's Drug Store. Rlpo apples havo shown themselves lu our markets. Wo were favored with a refreshing rain on Sunday last. Geo. Meyer, Esq., of this county, treated his friends last week to ripe pears. County .Court meets next Monday, tho 20th Inst. It Is rumored that tlicro havo been several cases of sunstroko In tho county, but wo can trace it to no rcliablo source. A railroad hand was struck and killed by lightning last Sunday, near tho Arch. Mammon place, on tho St. Jo. & C. B. Railroad. His namo wo failed to hear. An excursion party, composed of young ladles aud gentlemen from Oregon nnd Forctt City, to tlio number of per haps sixty or seventy, took a trip on a special train Wednesday evening, to the terminus of the St. Jo. & C. B. Railroad, about fourteen miles nbovo Forest City. After viewing tho new city of Peters burg, they returned, reporting a pleas ant trip. If this city boasts a health officer wo should llko to lay a few facts beforo him, Is it not bad enough to havo tho. streets full of hogs ? Then how is It when they aro furnished with decayed meat to car ry about tho streets, tilling tho air with an intolerable stench ? Who threw out tho meat ? Tlio Missouri river is rising very rapidly, and is encroaching considerably upon tlio borders of Forest, requiring tho removal of warehouses, nnd it is thought will soon reach tho railroad track, Tho rlsohas enabled sovcral steam crs to pass up by way of Forest City. A NEW TOWN. A now town has been laid out on tho St. Jo. & O. B. Railroad at tho crossing of tho Mound City and Jtulo road, about twclvo mile's abovo Forest City. It is a good point, being tho nearest on tho railroad to Whig Valley, to a portion of Nodaway county, Mound City, and also the most convenient for trndo from tho region of Whlto Cloud, Kan., and Bulo, Nab. Tlio placo is to bo named Potcrs burg, In honor of Petiiii Hkud, Esq. CARD OF THANHS. At a mcoling of tho Hiawatha Silver Cornet. Band, held Monday ovening, July 6th, 1808, tho following resolution was unanimously adopted ; Ileaolved, That tho Band hereby ten dor tholr hearty and unqualified thanks to Mr. 1'rlce, Proprietor of Brlco's Ho tel, Oregon, Mo., and tq Mr. C. W. Bow maji, editor of tho ifol't County Sknti nki., and to tho citizens of Oregon gen erally, for tho gcaorous hospitality ex tondedto them on. their recont visit to that cuy on fio Foui-jri of July; By ordbrof tho'lland. 1 J. B. BUTTERFIELD, Scc'jv Hiawatha Scntinol. fyi'i-tT.ri'VV"' ' .'' " "A'now paper caitbd'tho Tribune, pub lished at Pawnoo City, Nebraska, has boen rocolvod by us. It Is well printed an;i. seems, itq.moet. with a very liberal support, Judging from tho appcaranco of Its advertising columns. Politically, Jt is RejkfbllcapX JrtYo wish the Trlbio a Ufa of usefulness aud prosperity. PERIODICALS. College Courant, Yalo' Collcgo Hart ford. , This is a beautiful paper about tho slzo of Harper's Weekly, Issued ovory week from Yale. It Is intended as an organ of American colleges. Tho friends of thoso institutions will find much in tho Coufant to interest them. Terms $1 00 per annum. national Frccmaion, Now lorkClty. This Illustrated and mammoth weekly furnishes tho following cholco articles for this wcok : Cut niid biography of Ben. Franklin. Lamentation forlllram and others. Poetry. A Story. Genius of Freemasonry. OloBull. Letter from n Merchant. When I mean to Marry. Palestine. Oriental fables, by Hon. t. S. Brown, of Turkey. Family Reading. Entertainment nt Obciiln. Gnrlt Smith In the field. The Oath. Intelligence. Jurisprudence. Anecdotes and Replies. Lcttor from Rob. Morris on his way to Holy Land. Address National Freema son, Box 0,90:1, Now York City. ARREST. Anducw lluiittt Kit, under indict ment for assault witli tho intent to kill his son, wns committed to Jail by Sheriff IttncKEit on Wednesday morning. Tho Sheriff and his deputy left here Tues day evening for St. Joseph, whero they found Ri'iuur.H on Ids way to Ohio, and scut him up by tho train next morning. Tho assault was mndo about tho Inst of April or tho first of May last. Tlio accused was released A ednesdav evening by giving n bond, of $800 for op pcarnncj. WHOSE ROYS. It seems to us tho following paragraph from tho Milan Herald tits our enso hero protty neatly. Docs It, or docs it not ? Wiiosi: Bovh ahi: Tiir.v f whoso boys nro thoso that congregate, each Sab bath morning, In front of the court house, to play marbles, wrestle, halloo, nnd whoop, curso nnd swear, during religious services ? To hear such language and to witness such actions aro very annoying to quiet, religious people who attend preaching, and n disgrace to tho town, to tho boys, to their parents, and tells loud ly upon their "early training," Whoso boys nro they ? 31. II. Saxton ic Co., of St. Louis, have constantly on hand tho largest and best assorted stock of pianos and cabinet organs, west of tho Mississippi rivei They sell for cash only, and sell for small profits, and keep things moving nil the lime. They guarautoo every Instrument thuy sell for fivo years. They mako no extra chnrgo for boxing or shipping. They keep only such Instruments ns will pay to recommend, such ns Stock's and Voscs'8 pianos, nnd Mason Ic Hamlin's Cabinet organs. Scud for circular to M. II. Saxton & Co., corner of Fifth and Walnut streets, St. Louis, Mo., Tin: highest prleo in ensli or goods paid for chickens and eggs, by .1. A. liEEVES. . 1 1) vj:ii rsi:.uj:xrs. CUMMINS & H0BLITZELL, DEALERS LV CUTLERY, AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Oregon, IVEo. 111.17 11 DOCTOI f WHITTIER A reo rt. a it okaiIth op sirnicisn. AS DIPLOMA tt oftir trill aliow Jit IfCil 1 01 tier engKl If) tht treil tuvumr VeuoroaUtxual mi4 A-rtvatoDlMueiUuii Syphilis, OonoriMa, Glet, Stricture OrcMtli. IXcrni aud Rupture i all Urinary Dlicaiei and SvDhiUUo or He Skin cr Uonestirl 'curiu ABCGiioni 01 iuo 40101, I rcotei miih unnarallrlcl surcts. flexual Dolilityand Impotener abut la totith. irvunl simiipi lo remit of tuaturvr rtar. nri UaMluviinictTtctf r tmwi iai niMi product aaniaor aebiuty.dizitn ideal, evil fore nociuroai cmiasiono, Dtoicnci. illmiiarallit (...rii.UnAl malei.louof m fiinga, aversion ta ociciyei is io ry ana igxubi pgwgr. ynaiea 1 Ital inJ nt lta mis. tloo ar uuturiniiit D ft. Loulaor nf Mhrr city, lljcfc nitiiti rid i-Aui n (i liitcrlr)curalhJl J mis Hint h km Ik vii lonalM lui-ra lianiuvni) uurrj ,n uiir j mnn "ri"' uiuimii r uuri allvil In llm U' it i'lisuriiaiMad anibira. Aid. kilh . rleue cud U t,el umiq, to4 tli Bettor can rcflr toi Hiauj I'bjrslilnu ll fuuihuul Ilia CnU'ilry, lu liaslauoctli o4 Ttut HUion b laud ttuiit a cmptfiori The fi'ttlnjtpf n l'hyMtttnn whose repu tatlon 1 Uutuiftvtilo alt out d bit worth rr-illi Tloetor XTbltller rublUhcrii)XJDZOAL PALI Plllk1' rtUtlvK in icuarval tlUfMva aud iba disaatrvtia and arll cupUtacu f if If at 4,thtt will b tea 1 1 aat a4dniflatieKWitYrloird loitatupi, Itotiulalat full rinptom list ihak'alll eiiab1. JUot aUivtrd lodettr uilaa ihaiiitluraof IhrlfTfirnpUlnt til U a rlUcnaUto wtultf Ibutr ra Ibat aoawer almost aa wall fur Iba iurMiiitlreMmJ.lm a Htraniml (atari la w fcgl vbaraltli ennvcDlaul, thu 1 ir ahnuld t cnuiullrl praookllr Tbuaa havini trlro u (bal may rulru alt lot, cau auri'i them tih tbla valuabla work by aoudint Ibelf ad Irra, milk lamp. Thuayourao assist tht unforiwoata wltboul tblf bduoioc ineir SMiiirmriori cnauiij ne mignii ia 01 mora lutturianoa lhait uurlttr of Llutxl Hid titttret innuboAd. ll la aiilf atlduul lUat a 1 tLleiaa whaauuliuta Llnjclf taeiuiivriy 1 ino tuiy ori rialu Clan of dlwawa anil trtaia ihousaud r caetit year, must mi'iulra graawr doctor tftr Mnfldcutlati etalral. ret , rcwtnuinf iuia-in, imnmuea iiaitroia t lea Ma J I na klautdll pamphlit. Cumniunleaitnaa , P A frkudly lH f Illeoat itniBoiblDt. Offloa irftlml-N". Oil lt. CbarlcrlrMl, SL Loula, (tULBOIblDI crlrMl, t ibptI. Western Demt of Music v. ii. mnmrfsi son, Wholcsalo amilj jdl Dealers in KA'ABE $ OCXs CELEBRAT ED PMJYOS, J CIIICKERIJVO PMA'OS, ORQWS, MEL ODEOJVS, GUIl'ARS, FIOLjyS, JlCCORDEbJVS, fyC. Publishers of Shoot Music, MUSIC BOOKS, STRIA' QS, S,-C. THE WESTKIIN TEMI'LU OK MUSIO U tlio only wliuUlMiulolIoui' initio city, unl thu largcit InClje weMti and wlllnie Induwini'iim toTcli. r, Cltrgyiuen, andSstilintli HchooN, ttiut no olli crhoniocan. P. L. HUYETT, tt SON, No. 0, Fourth St., ST. JOSEPH, MO, is the is the is the is the is the . Time Time Time Time Time AND AMI AN II AMI A.NU THE THE THE SENTINEL SENTINEL SENTINEL THE SENTINEL THE SENTINEL IS THE PLACE PLACE PLACE PLACE PLACE IS IS mil p J.JUU mil iiT IS THJi IS THE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE TO ADVERTISE WITH I. UC1MT1VE RESUL TS WITH L UCRATIVE RESUL TS WITH I. UCRATIVE RESULTS WITH L UCRATIVE RES UL TS WITH LUCRATIVE RESULTS AND AMI AND AND AMI AT AT AT AT AT REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED REDUCED RATES RATES RATES RATES RATES REASON : Tlio SENTINEL lias Just been en larged from 31 to US wide col limits, making it the I.AItUEST country paper In tlio Northwest, lis circulation, owing to the low subscription price at ivliicli it lius been ottered for the last O months, is now larger than over before, aud constantly 1 11c reus lug, Special agents aro constantly en gaged soliciting subscriptions. This explanation wehope will enable Merchants luid Duslness mem to see the point, Now Now Now Now Now GREAT DISTRIBUTION 11 r iiik Metropolitan Gift Co. Cnh lllru lo the Amount or 9230,000. Every Ticket Draws n Prize. A Cnli (ln., Id " ifl) " 40 ii an 3.HI " Ml " Koch SIO.OOI A.UJO J. (mo ano Jwi m a :io KUennt ltoscwouill'liiiini Knch. SlUOtoS.vn M JliloiU'iiiH " lila l.V) IM-Ovnlnit JIacMiic " mtn l.1 unMiMlciil ll.m's " S.1to am Kim- (InlinVnlrliri "tto : ;.viKlnoflhirWiilclicii - - . an to no llnf (III l'niilliit, Kritimil DiiKmilnRi, HlWvr Wnn. PhotrBiih Allmni, nml nlnrKn'soit. liKlilurFlni'lIoM .Tcnilrv, In nil Milllcilnt thi,oo.O(. A t'liiinrp lo llrnw nn ntllip Ahoti lrlx ri li)-uru)tA4lnj( nvcitttil tirki-t furU.l rlM. 'llck.-t ilfxrrlhlui; 1'iirh ttrli- aro iirnliil Iti enulopc ami Ihomufflilv liilxct. On ri-rrljil or il'i cinM a n-aUtl llclvi't will lifilrannulttiMiit rlmlro ninl itfllvfml ut (inr iillirc. or oi-Tit liynmllto any ntMni. 'Iln rli' niiinoi upon It nill liu.l.lhrliil lo Hit llrkel liol.U-r on )ni)iiH'nt of mm il.illnr. Vitv will In ImiiH'ttliittl) fpttlto any ii'ldtt-i'4, m iciiu-eUtl, liy i-xiirrii or ri'lurn inalL Von Mill knotv nlint your l'rlxc Nlicforo you my I'or II. Any yrtte may bt txchftmjcd or anothtrofthc Maine value. A'o lltiltlk. TiMir tmtroiif ranilt-iHixl on ralr .Icntln, Ililprriici'H. H v M'li'rt I he n-w rllow Imk nnnirs tnim I In. iminy mIki Iiuio lali'ly tlrunn alaalli iirlr4 anil klmlly prmilttiil n to imlilhh tlu'ini Wilkin", tin iralo, N. V , l.(M Ml Annie Monro., Lhlrnjfn, lit., I'ltino. latio'ilatSi.Vli Holil, .liii kfnn, Dnlmkc, loiMi, (loliMVaU'h, i.vi I'lillllp Mrl uilliy, l.oiil.Mllc, K., IHainoinl Cluster llln, miiiHli II. A. 1'alti ri.on. .i'v llc.lliiiil. )la dlh ir 'li'ii H.t, 9li1 Atii Kntin.t Walwiiitn, Al II . ankct. Wl,, rumi, Vu lti. T. V. l'ltt, LU'Vtlaml, Olilo, Mi l.-l.-cn, U.'i. Bt pnlill.fi no nnmm wtllinnt p(ini..lnn. qiiiiiioiii iiir irrv. I oi nro iioin ino lnriri-t linxlni'..! Ilipllrml. i llnlilr. anil ilrsi-rxi llMTrMlcrt'M." U'rrtly Vttbultf, 'ift.H. WW, 'WVIiaUM-viimlmtl ltulrMli-in, nmlknou them toWii fair ili'aliiijt drill." ,V. J. tlriitM, l'tb. invi. 'I.npt xmk n t'rlrml or our. ilrvw n .Vm irlrr. Mlitrli wi prilliplly rr t'U vil, Dally ,Nflr, Mar. :l, luw ml Tor i Irrntiir kIi Ini: ni.my nuivo rt ft rcin'ri. anil ralornliti hnlU'vi Irom loo rv I.IIk ml linlnc. im-nti. In Hiri-uN. MalUCirtion frititninl.-t-.l. t:vcry iiarkiiirii of H.Mlril i-niitnpii. ronliilu. mni c.n hut. el llukiti. for sit liriir. :rorS.l I Hi for l,1 All litlrrn rlionlil lio n.t.lri --lit lo II lltl'l'.lt, WI IAO. A- CO., IT.I Ilruiiilu ny, -. Y. OI-'.'lll f WENTYEICHT SIZES OP T1IE CELEnRATED Aro now mivto 1T lu Excelsior Manufacturing Comp1 y HT. LOUIH. Tiikk wfjx-knowjTanii VEttv ioru IiAH COOKIMJ HI OVK lime bwn before tti ImliUo tlnco lHOi, Lacti NiicrruMlnir yrnr ha aiMcil o tlivlr iMpulnrltyt until lltu nnim lias become Ifl miliar In ciery liountioM lu (lie WcttanU boutli. llio demand lor our TVcav Charter Oalc Inst year wan prcntcr than we rouM mpplv with tho elzea then mmtc untielputlii n tll( girntrr ile mnnl (liirlnff thn irrnente(ir( Wfluve imvo pat tern lor rewril inMlllonul lzi'S, mul arv itrtpund to mnnufacturo 1UO to lilO OIIAltTElt OAK STOVES, per iloy, of Tw:.VTrr.iGiiT nirrciiEXT kiken. Vo Kiiflrnnti-o thi operation or every stove we maimt'actiire, ami oin r m relerenccnny one or tho many thotuaniU ttiut liavo been sour, wliereier lliey may bo t'oimit. Neither tahororevpenoluii been ipareil to make our MiW CIIAltTKIt OAK a PERFECT COOKING STOVE, ml wo olTir It to tho trailo na the I1KST ClIV Sri!UUTi;il, .MOST DUICAI1I.K and UMlOlilt oiieratln COOKLNU STOVK In tho market. . In addition to our EXTKNSIVH STOVK ItUSI. KKSS, we aro prepared lo offer to Htove Dealers. Tlnftmitha and others In the trailo, the Uruest nml most completo assortment or Metals and tinners' lock In the West. Our arrangements with the St. Louis Stamping Company enahleM ustogivo liberal discounts to larcro bnyeraor FUKNCH.STAMrU) TINNED lltoSWAItK, anil Tinners' bupplles. IJavlnr lecently rednceiltho prices or all articles ot onr OWN MANWAOTUIth', o blleve deuUrs and bousekcepcrs will tlnil tt to their Interest to send for Catalofpio and l'rlcc List and examine our prices efaroimrclyvslniE elicuhrio Aililrens " EXCEESlOn niANUF'O CO., . St. Louis, Missouri; Sola by All ltcp('lllo llrlill'ix. l-P J-i O 3R. 12 rs- O 13 Lock Stlltli, Ut'vorslMc Feed Sewing Machine ! Tin; hksiikst vvA:t I'urU Kni-ltltiii t'iihirulU, 17. ONLY GOLD MKlKUi. Miiri.irhuni'llft Mi'i'htinli;' Ai-(if lallun. ul'ti r iHr hlllC"lfllK t'MUUIHttn. rniST 1'itKMiinr. Knlftif Ann rli-iiii tiihtltute. Si-W Vtjrlf. lifter tlx HlKTtHi'IW' Ut't'k ivlilhlllun, CiOL!) MKOAL. I'ulr ut Miinluiul Itintlluti, uflcr limr MitT(flt' Wlfk lAttlhltloil, riUSTlMiKMIUM, NVwYurk Stiitu luJr, luM at UuttUlu. U1iIch the IIKiHKST 1MIKMUTMS at XUMKK OUS M1XOU VAIUH. MINI! KOIt KFrOIITrt AND l lltl VI. MIS. WM. E. PLANT, (icncrul "Wertttirn Agent. 612 N. I'ourth.s. St UoxiU, Mo iniaiy DOCTOR WILBUR 0FH(n, CUNSILTATIOV 1ND ItKCi.'lION ItnilUfl. IiaM.Ltarln nmt, bUtJuls, Uo., trrati vltb ll ervNtest m.'C0as all Dlnaw ot WunifQ. Iucorrbo, or White, kBl.lm. luaanmintluD or I loeiatloo of tho Womb, Uvirltli, 1'runtta. itnetiurrhiri, lDorrtiali. PjsmtD. orrbra, ftut HuriUtjr tr Itatmtneiat tt9ftrf illiaa fnnn3lnl with Vux rj. MfnstMiMloii up irf fnanty, ftlne tit. MoL'ttir tonCuf 4 hiniMlf iselutlrtl ! tli Irvatmcut ( lln-sa coiupUlols, an-l iff l mf Urva immlf I of eaiet. ll futlow. Ibat hlkuuaef tlitui niuitU far inoractdns rh an 1 accural ihtn Ibat f 'hy akltni In r utrl rwHoo, Hii4lauip(ur UcdU'at rui'pbU Uf lblrtj-ii( PB. Ho mal'tr wba bis ttlUA, rcai nbal bit it. taiicnta to tru.iffii iit. t'uria Buarantxl. finiu Union b Intta or t ottu-a f.w. ltuiu rr I'mlt-nu n-iulrlPf daily attuuunll. a imj HMinauii iivuii v a. iw i rt u. TAKC.V t'l', i)Y -lnlin McCoy, In Ilenlon loun-liln, Holt coiin 1) ly, Mo,, nndiio.lid birure Ibeuiiiiirslitui'ilJiu. lice ol the I'enee, on tlinllil day of June, Imm, the IoIIiihIiiic propirty, lien Hi onenornl liorne, ulili lilml runt ulilte mi to the iiastern Joint, small star In fuiiiiead, htuthuiti'fnfcu known as Ihebiirjaw.up poeilto bo IweUo )ears old, npinulaed at thirty ilollursi nl.o one black pony inuie, biaudcilonthe left tihoubler with the litter II, U ears old, u-i.i-ul.iil nt lliiilwllle ilolbilM bv John Clark and dohil K Calou, und poi.teil belove me this IhoUd day ol Milni', Hti. 'lllOMAi) SlXIIUbl-, J. 1', lilli4J riNAi. hin-ri:i.Mi: i'. CI1F.II1TU1IS and all others Interested In the chile of OiHTKe Thorp, ileceaied, latoorllolteounly, are Ueieby uotliled I fiat on the llrst day or tho next August tirmorthe Holt rounty court 1 shall make dual settlement or wild estate. .iuJM'ji 'jtiuirnu., .uminoiiraior. Juno 301)1, INVi. U1)J-3J riXAi, ni:i-ii.i:mi:nt. Uj;iH TOltH nnd nil others Interesteil In the pint-n.-mlilii ratuto ol'lklusur and lllekman aro hero. liy iiotliliil tliut on thullrstdayortlie next August lermol the Holt county court 1 shall make anal set tlcmoit or said catule, It. 1'. HICKMAN. Adm'r, Andsunlvlnirpaumrnriho late rjrm or Kinsou & lllekman, Junoaoih, 1NW, (Julj3-.U) WANTK1I-.1UKNTN. lier iinijtli In sell I In) NATIONAL I'AMSS.V HSIH'IMIS HtlillNU. Tills Machine Is equal Initio standard machines In every rec nect and Is sold at Ihu low price or JO. Address NATIONAL MKH'I.NIJ MAC1IINK CO,, attWiflH iff u S w klAMPIILLTl'lllNTINl DONK AT THK Skm HMCI. OlllCV. (Cut this out.) ONE DOLLAR. rril.IS nilvrrtlcni(ut cut out will ho rfcth'ctl 1 ml thttttiirf nf ,!, a. KKKVKM, m One Hot lit r In 4nNli,tiKin the purchiwcor kumI (fxrrpt pmcrrkf) to tb' 11 tun tint ot twintyUol Iiir, iintl llieim) mentor $lu in KtnhuckK. (Cut this out.) ONE DOLLAR. (Cut this out.) ONE DOLLAR. roill nivcrii ni t cut out will he rccwcl L nt tlu't-ton- nf J. A. KHKVKS, a Ono lltfllnr In 4'hnIi. iixn tlu iurchai of ruixU (fXt'ipt KnciTl.-) ti the iimntuit nf twinty tlol lai'if, tuul tliL imumiit of Vfiu lu Krii'itlKickif, (Cut this out.) ONE DOLLAR. mills advertisement cut out will be rcceUcd L ut tho .toro or .1. A, KIXVKM, us Unit Hollar In Ciwli, upon the purchase or (rood (eNctpt KTocirlcs) to the amount or twenty dol. lars, and the pa) meat or IU In Kreenbacks, MISSOUltl FOltU HOOK,, 3.00 KKI.LEY'S TIIKATISK, for Jus tices, Constables Jt other County (Miners (rewlyjuly 1.) ,.,7.M IIAIICI.AY'S MO, lilUtaT, Vol. 3. (ready JulyJ. ...,,.,.....,,.7.50 I.NiltX 'Jtl UO, J.AW8, Auk. j,7.W rot full parlloulaisssnd and 'ofil5ioa, OUhtH ST riHlllndvertl.cmint cutout will be vecilved L nt the .line or J. A. Ki:i:VI, us SI lie IXillur In I'nali, upon tho purchime of Koods (except procerlei) In the amount ortwentydoU lnr, and the pii)lmut id' I'J InKrunbacks. Eel cireinni. ... . . N, 11. Calslogue of books stnt on The neueTolent HorHMteiMl AModatlea. A CARD. Feellnfr Miinred Ihst many desire to patron! e the llenerolent Homestead Assoclstlon, of which Mr. II. W. Day Is Manager and 1'roprletor, we desire In say lo thoenhn desire to purchase clrllOcales, that our properly Is menllone.1 In Its rlrrnlam as prlres, and I list we, from and arter this date, guarantee lo any person who shall pnrrhs.c rlrtlKcates, there turn of all sums so Invested in case the same la not conducted toafalrandhonorabledistribntlon. We di Ihls In order lo assure the public that the manasre mentor Ihla Association shall be conducted fairly and properly and that the same Is worthy of (heir eonflrtencc. 4SO. 1!. CAVNOK, !. II, IIOLI.IOAY. JACKSON lUlSlitlt. Carllmllle, III., June 10, law.' THE BENEVOLENT Homestead Association ! OK CAKMNVILLE, ILLINOIS. Inniiariirntrit by tlio Rrnevolrul t'llliniti oinkuuiuror BENEFIT OF THE POOR ! "VAXUia OF PRIZEH t $125,000 00! CV'OOCertlilctttcs: lr!coof CcrtlOeates, i t w. 112 tirawd Prizes! Iiliuibutlon July 1st, 1mi, at at Tin: court no us j:, VJt I. JX I 'IT. T. JC, IK , IX O AS'. FIRST FIMZE, Ilomratcnd uuil 31) Acre. Ijn.il.U In the t liy lliults orCurlimllle, III. ; VAl.UKn AT sjir.,000! SIM.OXD PniZF.. Fine 31-2 Story Urlck Ilcaiileucc. Slluatid No. Illil Christy Auinic, thlrtinn rooms, with all liiodefU iluinulijueids. VALUED AT 20,000. THIRD PRIZE, Eighty Acre Farm, AdJolulusOlyiuidenace l.)iirsc, --ry rjuUiwlir f.tjees, UWcs, 4c. VALUED AT 18,0(W. FOURTH PRIZE, Elegant Two- niui j uracil iiesiueucc. llullt one year si(o, and cue of the best finished csliteuccs iu the city. VALUED AT $15,000. FIFTH PRIZE, Homestead and aeTeia Acres. Located within tho eltvlimlta nf raiiineiiin int. Hula, impularly kiiouu iu the "Unin House I'rob erlj ." VALUED AT $12,000. The Following Eigut.Prlzcs Consist or farms, tracts of land of from 10 to 1C0 acres, and one inluablo city lot, talued at from 4IOOto$oouocacli, VALUED AT $21,000. FOURTEENTH PRIZE, 1000 OO SIS Ult'CUUUCkl. I'lrieriilh Prise, Asi elegant Diner act of I'"'""" .t,ieii a num. aiue tliree liuiidreU Uollar, rroin lue wen Known nouso premier A llro, Fourth lrl, Intuitu Washington Annuo aud SI. Charles strut, where tho set may bo betu, l'rlcc, (300, I'ol- luuedbv t'orty-Keveii mil nliiurr NetKnf iold llmid uiiih, lame uiieuiiniireii ioi lum t'acli, nlii tl,7lM), Then come Ml roll (Miambee Rels fin nieces eneM ureleKunt tuinlture. value tiuoeueli, Irumllie huuiu orw. II. All. i:, Sluder. Fourth streei, liftmen Olive and Locust, where the sets may be sten. VALUE, FIVE THOUSAND DOL- 10,000 Dollars for tbo Poor, Which will be received in weekly Installments, and disbursed by tliu follow inff Committee on Jteceipla aud disbursements for ttie iioori Hon, Jaukh M, Thomas, Capt, II, W. IlnoLASki, lUliTox Aui.K, Ksy., Ciias, W. Iuwik, Kg,, llu.N, Wilson I'uiuh, Cait, J. 1. Couoiid, Col, Uaiitin Collins, SLV.MNKII OJP DRAWING : Bame as "Croiliy Opera House" and "Smith Mill and Kami" DrawlUKS, beluic conducted by and en tirely uniler tho control or tho ticket holders. Moucy may bo sent with order for certificates by I'ostomce money order, draft, or by express, ut the risk ol tho Association. For Descriptive Circulars, Certificates, Club Llsls and Club rates, address, U, W, D1V, Geo. Managliig Ag't, ' CarllnvlUc, III. Abstracts of title and certiorates of llio Assessor aa o valuo, can bo seeu at tho Mausgcr's omrc. Agenti wanted in every toirn and city apiiliealloii. III 3S-3in):