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LATEST ELECTION NEWS ! OFFICIU P.U'Elt OF HOLT fOIIXTV, F1UDAV QCTOllKlt lfi, 18C8. National Union Republican Ticket. NATIONAL. ret Preitdtnl il:, V, H. IlIIANT. for Vle-Praident Kl'll t!VI.l:H C'OI.rAX. rntIDCXTlAL .ttctoii. caw, sciifnz. .r. i. iiisks. 1. ClIAI-.ICT I. KlLLtr, IV. 'lllll. I!. llAltTr, . lltnniir. IlLTS.MAN. (1. Ijll'M llronuiAX. 3. K. 8. WATtKiimr, 7. I.r.wis 1 1 , U r.Tiit-nar, I It nt ai DUID r nt in iiuiti) V. Tiltononr. Ilarxxn. STATU. . ...I. W. JITM'IW. II. O.Ntnunril. ...rrnnrU Itiiiliiuui, ..W. i. Iliillnirrr. ..Ilmilrl JI. lirnncr. . . .JnM'im ll. .vi'tirr. Hornet lt..loimoll. c limlil wninier. . I'llllrliuill ltll. ( Vtitrrcii turner. COXllitKSStONAt. DlSTItlrT 1 For Concrete Jurl 1'. A" per. JUDICIAL 1IST1I1CT. For Circuit Judge I. .'. I'nrki r. For Cimil Attorney II. li. Dm BKNATOltlAIi DISTItlfT. .51. a. i:oeiiki:iiy For (Jortrndr For Ueul(lovernor . . . For Srcrttary of !litt . . Fir htattTrtavireri.. . For AudUorof State For titnitlerof Jxtrnfi,,. ForAtfornty llrntreJ . For Suprtmt JuJgtt,, Pennsylvania 3,000 to 000 llGpublican Majority I 10,- Ohio 15,000 to 20,000! For Stall Stnator,. . COUNTY. MlllLIA X.ar .lltllllitailA, Itittllf AT I.A! A' U,UUU. Jirprtttnttittve Jutttte County COHTl, . . . Sltriff Treamrer Atttuor, .Vurt'fyor. rubllc .Idmlilllfmlor, Nupt, VommnnSrhooU,... Su.rrvtlor Jltntttration,. . . Coroner Jonx II, (.lcxi, . ..llcoitnK r. Shl.Kl... . . . .Al.m.iir Uii'ikrn, . . Wl. llA.KlNS. .lOIIS ,1. IMIIIHAM, . .JA.IIX II Mlll'MALI.. . ..tVlLLIM lUWKIXS. .htr.niKM llt.AMllWIU, ... llESJAMIXTlll'Vi. . J. I.V.1N. "I.kt the President elect disiicrte tlio carpct-bair Stntc governments." P. P. Ul.AUt, Jit. "I.r.T us have pence." U.S. On ant. HCXATOU DRAKE'S API'OIXT. lion. Chas. I). Diiakk, accompanied by Hon.. I. V. 1!i:n J amis', announce Hint ho will visit IliU Congressional District nnd address tho people at the following times and places : Unionvllle, Putnam county, Ost. 7. Milan, Sullivan county, Oct. 0. Trenton, Grundy county, Oct. 12. Princeton, Mercer county, Oct. 11. Bethany, Harrison county, Oct. 10. Albany, Gcutry county, Oct. 17. Grant City, AVorth county, Oct. 19. Marvvllle. Xodawny county, Oct. 21. Itockport Atchison coutty, Oct. 23, Oregon, Holt county. Oct. 21. Jtaysvllie, DcKalb county, Oct. 27. Gallatin, Daviess comity, Oct. 29. Kingston. Caldwell county, Oct. 31. PUI1MC SPEAKIX... Tho following aro tho appointments of lion. M. G. ltoscbcrry, nomlnco for Stato Senator, for Holt comity. It Is propablo that other speakers will accom pany him : Mound City. October 21, at 1 1 m. Oregon, October 22, at 1 r. m. Forest City, October 22, at 7 i. M. RepuWicansaof Holt County, Hon. Oms. E). Drake, Missouri's distinguished Senator, will address you at tho Court House Square, Oregon, Mo., Saturday, October 21, 1SG8, nt 1 o'clocli, 1. 31. Let no one fall to attend. All parties Invited. Tho ladies aro respectfully In vited to come out. cx-AVar From I'eiinsjlviuiln. New York, October 14. A dispatch o tho Trlbuno from Congressman Mc Clurc, dated ono o'clock this morning, slates that both Myers and Tailor aro elected to Congross. The State has 17,' 000 to 20.00O itopubllcan majority, and both branches of tho Legislature aro 11c- puhlican. ino Tritiums has uio loiiowingi Philadelphia, Oct. It. This city has elected AVm. 11. Hnye, Itcpubllcan, May or, by a majority which will exceed two hundred. Tho Republicans nro JublWnt, and bon fires arc blazing. The Stato will go about 15,000 Ucpubllcan. Philadelphia, Oct. It. Tho Press has reported majorities from 118 comities in Pennsylvania, showlnga Itcpubllcan ma' Jorlty of 13,211, mid claims that a full count.will Increase It to 18,000. Philadelphia, Oct. 15. Tho revised ta ble of majorities as far ns received re duces tho Ticpublleau majority to 7,9.11 Tho Age, Democratic, climates tho lie publican majority nt about 8,000. An other dispatch Fays tho Republican Stato Committee, of Pennsylvania lis tho ino Jorlty at 10,605. From Ohio. Cincinnati, Oct. 11. Ohio over 20,000 Itcpubllcan, and It may probably reach 5,000. Tho Republicans elected It and probably 16 Congressmen. A'lillandlgham is defeated by about sov en hundred, and Egglcstoa by ono hun lred and llfty. Columbus, O., Oct. 11. AV man's ma lorltv In tho Soveulh District Is about 100. Itcpubllcan Congressmen are elected In tho 2d, 3d, 4th, Clh, Cth, 7th, 8th, lltli, 11th, 15lh. Will, 17th, 18th, and l'Jtli dls trlcts. Democratic Congressmen aro clcc. ted in tho 1st, fith, 9th, lOlli, 12th, and 13th districts. Tho Republican majority In tho Stale Is nbut 15.000. Clni'lnuatl, Oct. 15. In Ohio, Ashley, probablv, and Kgglcbton and filbin,ccr talnly, arc diTeMi:.!. Wii.ina, Rcpubli. can, In tho ('iltiiubtit diilrh i, l.ii less than 100 innjority. The nn.j.iilij in tho Stato is about 2U,000, Selu-noVs majori ty 13 52',. Tlio l.onuviuo courier aumns ino re suit of yestcrilay's elections virtuull' dc cldcs Grant'd election. Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary, delivered a powerful address jorlty to a Republican meeting at Stcubenvillc, Ohio, on tho 25th. ult. In tho courso of his remarks ho read a dispatch from Gen. Guant, hcrctoforo unpublished, rccolved by him immediately after tho result of tho laet Presidential election. Read tho words of tho great comman der and eco if there bo any uncertain sound in that. City Point. Nov. 10. 1681-10:30 p. m. Tho Hon. K. M. Stanton. Socrotary of AVar Enough now scorns to bo known who Is to hold tho reins of Gov eminent for tho next four vcars. Con crratnlata tho President for this double victory. Applause. Tho election hav ing passed otrqulotly with no bloodshed or riot throuL'liout tlio laud. Is a victory worth more to tho country than a battle won. Robeldom and Europe will con sider It so. U. S. UllAT, Llcutennut-Gcnoral I'ENUIXTOX ON !UAXT AND COI I' AX. Mit. Piindi.f.ton, ill his speech mRde at Bangor, Mc., mado tho following al luslou to tlio Republican nominees for President and Vicc-Presldont "I shall not disparage tho ability or character of our opponents, I would not. lfi could, pluck ono leaf from tho laurels of General Grant. Avhatovormay tio lila abllltv as a soldier ho haB stood tho test of success, and so far as I havo known ho has borno himself with mod' crntimi mid macnanimltv In his hish of- 'flco. I hayo known Mr. Colfax well for many years. I havo seen him In pos session of great power. Hols an amla bio and cstlinablo gentleman, and would perform with dignity tho duties of tho iiigu omco to which no aspires. Under Instructions from tho Stato Do partment, tho now government of Spain has boon acknowledged by our Minister nt Madrid. Tho revolution tlioro has proved onllroly successful. Gon.Sorano, leader of tho revolutionists, has posses sion of Madrid. Delegates to a constltu tlonnl convotitlou havo bcun elected. Tho Now York Tribune styles tho elections In tho flvo States on Tuesday 'as tho battle of Flvo Porks of 1808, and thfnks tho Democrats may as well aban- don nil hopos of success in November. Tho N. Y. Herald says of tholato elec. tlona : Tho loss of Pennsylvania to tho Democracy Is n death blow to Seymour, and clearly Indicates tlio election of XJ rant, and probably Involves tho less of Now York Stato to tlio nomocracy, From Indiana. Indinnopolls, Oct. 1). l'.oth parties concede tho election of tho Republican Stuto ticket by from 2,000 to 3,000 ma- Tho Republicans havo a majori ty In both branches of the Legislature. From Xulirnskn. Omaha, Oct. 11. Tho election to-day passed otrqulotly, und wns closely con tested. Heavy rains falling clur'ng tlio day prevented many from voting. Tho Republicans havo carried this city by an avorago majority oi cigiuv -!. .H..a Itic.... VJ Our Chicago Letter. Ciiicaoo, Oct. 10, 1868. Kditoii Si:NTiNi:t,t Notwithstanding tho command "Romcmbcr tho Sabbath dny to keep it holy," n very largo pro portion of tho pcoplo of this city And tho neighboring Stato of Indiana will preacli politics instead of religion, and profane to-morrow, offering as an excuse, tho present political oxcltemcnt. AVhy It Is so I nut unable to fully say, but tho hardest fought battle of tho campaign will bo In Indiana, tho comparatively small number of electoral votes from that Stato will reach their scats through moro political debris than thoso from any other Stato of tho Union. Only two davs now Intervene before tho final cast of ballots decides tho issue, nnd thoso two days will sco tho political atmos phere at such a whllo heat as never bo foro enveloped American soil. "I.o," better known ns tho poor Indl nu, Is receiving a good deal of attention In consequence of tho contemplated ac lion by tho commission now In session lit this cltv. The noblo nborlginco Is by no means a pleasant subject for contem plation or contact. Mind nnd iiojc re- coll nt tho picture of squalor, brutality and thorough uselcssness ho presents, thoroughly untamed nnd untamablo savage, thcro seems no destiny for him but extermination a work which wills l;y and hardship aro speedily accomplish, lug. Tho efforts for pcaco on tho fron tier havo been so futllo for tho pa?t year or two that a vigorous extermination will bo decided on. Tho Interests now at stnko by tho completion of the Pacill Railway nro loo great to bo longer liar. arded, nnd If peaceful measures aro use. less, tho strong arm of Lucie Sam urn? bo brought Into Into full exercise. Tho hoping against hopo of North western Railway stockholders Is at last realized. Under tho vigorous manage ment of Its present officers tho receipts ofthl vast corporation by the last re nort rencli nearly SH3.000.000, and tho prospect for thu next la about $16,000, 000. Its arms extend now in ovcry direction, and It Is gratifying to knosv that the corporation which lias dono so much for Chicago, Is at length becoming a gcniiltio source of profit to Its owners, It dispatches ovcry day trains for tlio i-C' motest parts of tho Norlhwcjt, and with Its policy of extension will for all tlnio roll Into tho lap of Chicago inoro of II wealth of tho AVcst thnu will como b any other highway. In the theatrical line, great success lias been achieved bv Messrs. McA Icker & Mcycrs.in producingSlinkcspcaro's great comcdsV A Midsummer Mghl's Droaur with tho magnificent scenic attractions hitherto only Accompanying spectacular pieces. Tho production Is under tl Immcdlato supervision of Mr. Jcfl'cremi, nnd combines improvements on tli beauties of tho "Illuck Crook," "Whit Fawn," etc., with first class dramal peisonallons. "A Midsummer Night Dream" possesses eiich an entcrtwlnlng of plots and counter plot, without any ' awkward breaks or badly Hilled Inter vals, that tho plcco posfesscs In Ilielf a rare novelty. Tho full strength of the company U brought Into requisition, iivl they acquit themselves with moro tli in ns'ial ability. Mr. McVIcl.cr la cs p. olall' ii'itb cablc in tho rvla of "llot toui, the wi-iver," Mis.Meyer as "Hele na," Mri. ('".well si" "Ilermla," and Misses Kemp anil Stockton personate the fairies In an inimitable manner, ad ding gieallv to tho Intel i'St by their vers Mipuilor singing. 11 H impossible, rhal dlser tit on. to convoy a iiropcr idea of tho gorgeous trlplo trans formation M'eiic. To say Hint It was brilliant and beaulllnl would bo only im perfectly diiserlblni; what was rcpicio with tplendor. An ocular testimony is tile ntiii' nno Hint can bu sntU factory. Tho proiuonitlons of winter havo nl readv visited us in tho form of early frosts and cold, biting winds, u no nan- nllaii.ltni. uni'lir. llntl n VO ,11 fl t lv III I V Increasing ovor day. Several vessels wero grounded yestoraay ni uio nioiiiu of our hnrmir, ami ino largo meaiiiei Mllu-niil:ito." nlvIiiL' between Milwau kee and Grand Haven, was totally wrecked. Ilelug nt tlio mouiii oi ino harbor at Grand Unvuii, tho passengers end crow wero rescued. TUG NEW ItAIMlOAU SCHEME. Mil. EniTon: AVo wants railroad run ning north from Oregon. AV1I1 such a rond pay? Can It bo built;? For thopon sldcratlon of doubters, I dcslro to pre sent n few hastily prepared figures. As flailing point, I assumo that land In Holt county has been enhanced In value y ths completion of tho C. n. & St. Jo. Road. Now, let us nssumo that this ra tio of enhancement In lands on each sldo fa road running from Oregon tip the Nodnwny to Clnrlnda. Iowa, shall bo made, say, for a strip of country only flvo miles wide on eacli sldo of tho road; this would bo 0,400 acre of land to each tnilo of road, Increased In valuo$5por ncrr, lvlug!f32.000pernillproflt to tho land owners on their lands, nut nllow tho ticreaso in vnluo to bo only $2 50 per acre, you have $16,000 per mllo Incrcas- d vnluo of land', ormoro than sufficient to grade, tic, Iron, nnd equip tho propos ed road. Again, siipposo that flvo miles on each sldo of tho rond, ono thousand additional acres of corn should bo put Into cultivation on nrcount of tho Rail road, which should bring nn increased rlco on account of proximity to mar kets of only flvo cents per bushel, you would havo In Increased vnluo of corn 2,000 pci'Innnum for ovcry inllo of tho rond, or n sum sufficient to pay Its run ning expenses. This proposed road, on nccount of Its easy grade?, can bo built for less than $12,000 per tulle, In tho opinion of com petent engineers. It would pay tho citi zens of Holt, Androw, nnd Nodway counties thomsclvcs to build tlio road, OltEENDACKS WELL INVESTED. AVhatevor may bo tho political decis ion about tho value of "Groonbacks," n dollar-and-a-half of them cannot bo better invested just now than in secur ing tho most valuablo and beautifully 11 lustratcdjournal, adapted to tho wants of ovory Man, AVoman, and Child, in City, Vlllago, or Country tho ytmeri' con AgrteulturaUit so-called becauso it was originally started, 27 years ago, specially a rural Journal. It is now throo times Its former size, nnd is filled with highly useful, non-political information for all classes for tho Housohold, for tho Garden, for tho Orchard, and for tho Farm. Tho hundreds of beautiful and thn)KgTvatlnR the evil. When one ctcttnunt la OTrr, ftnoinrr in proKpcciiTQ erps iae iniDU nior lildlv Fniltlro to Impression, while the now con tint reitrtlnt of fuhionktile ureti, forbidding tho ftxerclee lniltepeni ftblo to the ntulnment end reten tion of orgnnlo health and trcngthi theextiotnre to night nlri tho addon change of temper alure the complete proitratlon produced by exccMlre tlano- lnir, mini, ui neccssiij, iiruuuue iiieir le gitimate efTect. At laet. an early nxrrlnfte cups the climax of mliery, and the unfortunate one, hitherto to utterly regarirM or the plain dictates and remon strances of her dcllrate nature, becomes anuntell llnr snliteet of medical treatment. This Is lint a truthful picture of the experience of thousands of our young women. Long before the ability to exercise the function! of tho generative organs, fhry require an education of tneir peculiar nenrons system, composed oi wnac is male breast and lips, evidently under the control of mental emotions ami associations at an eany peri od of llfc and, astre shall nbsefuently see, thvso emntlnns. when excesslre. lead, tonr before imber ty. to liablis waicn snp ino Terr me ui ineir Ticums ern naturo has self-completect ineir development, ror rero'iie veaaness anu iieuiiuy, n niiea or in corrbcra, Too rrofuse Menstruation, Kxhanstlon Too Iing Contlnueil rerlods, for rrolap tana anil Hearing Down, or rrolnjKiis uteri, wo on'er the ItlStrilCtiVO cngmvingi aro alono SVortll inostperrcctsnecliloknoniullKLMnoi.D'sCoHrou.tto your head. ' rrniI(iltIJMrrni,I. flllHAl,! "I llVIIVl WlltVUVH. IV. USC, M.C., t.llV. - .........v.. w. vw. fl .......... 1 I.IKIiri'f, HIM . GET TEE BEST 10,000 IIWi end Mtctninot Ml in tthtr Dkltmirttt. A necessity to every Intelligent family, student, teacher anil professional man. What Library U com plete without the best Kngllth Dictionary t "Superior, In most respects, to any other English Dlctlnnarv known to me." Hon. 0. P. Mmh. "The Saw WxnsriHl glorious It la perfect-ll distances and denea compeiltlon It leaven nothing to be desired." J, II. Raymond. LL. D Prut fuirCoHj. . "All young persons should have a ttandard Dic tionary it their rlbova, Amlvhlle rouarealioul It hit ma hist I that Dictionary Is Noah Wid- Sian's Iht artnlwork Unabridged. If you aro too poor, save ino amount rrom on your back to put In hi nil lowinir illseaees am originanni . .. it . . i ii r . many limes IIIO cost, wniio lis mriy Udvlee, accompany, tnrn-n.nno-oa rnntnln n world of carefully IVmalesIn every, oft o I extreme mil age, prepared, prncttcnl instruction, includ- I the discharge Ing a Household Department, and a very useful as well ns pleasing Department for Children and Youth. It Is taken and road by al least 76,000 pcoplo In Cities and Villages, and by as many moro Farmers, Gardeners, Frull Growers, eto. Probably nowhero clso can ono got so much that Is really valuablo for so lltllo money. NOW Is tho tlmo to sub' scribe, for tho publishers offer tho bal anco of this year frco, to nil now sub scrlbcrs now received for 1809. Four copies nro supplied from now to tlio end of 1869, for ijio. Tho number for Oct. 1st, Just ntjinnd, Uko Its prcdcccs sorj, Is n superb paper. Tho publishers offer n largo nnd valuablo Premium List to thoso securing clubs of subscribers Address Orango Judd & Co., 215 liroad Hold Iit all Itnoksellri-i. also, just runi.isittt). ery period of lire, rrom Inrancr to . , ii.a. just l-uill.ISIIKI), e XVtiZT VS?B ?.r.r tonal atonal ofctioHarr, glory of iiianhooil and womanhood. IIklmiiolu's 1 KXTnAtiT llrcite Is more strengthening than any of on, n n . t i tt im n the preparations of bark or lion, infnltely enrer, ST. JO. & 0. 13. RAILllOAD. and more ileaant. llaLMnnui'a nxTnictilcrmr; " v vv v. x. J.wi.xixt,vuil, IX Oregon and Forest City 0m- iiiDus iiine. haTliiff rcrtlrtMl tlio lmtorAvmrnt of Uio inft prom I nl humniillv na lUtAetn nniiivr Inci (Jcnprafl to tlio I lead, Conrunrtl Jtletiv llyrlcrlft, Ucncrnl Ir nent iiMBlcirms In the UnHM Slutes, I nowoiTorrd icin nrlirtnntliiff I (icnpral Dpbtl It. Alrnlal nna I'lin nl icrrsslnn lmbfcllllr, Delrrml nation of itiootl Ihumnnlly ns n ccrttiln cure forthefol- HI Hits 1 1 rut Is tjMIlllCVl tttrtl"s Hjciillti Utiuiiii J rataljlllt)', Itrsllriiirf4 nml Hk-cplcasncM nt Mpht, ivrnhtnnis.rromwhftlevorcnuiic I iirnrrai icmniy( itirnmi nnu i'iitric .Miiinrtof Miiirnlar Kftlokticv. Iom nf Ahitriila?. It) piifiitMi, ijiiiui.-iniitiii nun e?iiiib, jripui)ruiiiri tliitinr I'arahfil of thp Orirnna of Urtif ration. I'nU imuiion oi uio iicmt nnu, in inn, mi inc ccmgoini InnUofnN'trvotisiintl Dclilllatctl Btrtto ofthear torn. To Insure the genuine, cut this out, Ak for IltMnoLD'n. Take nonthor. Hold hy DniRglfU and Dealers curvwherc. Trice 1 .2.5 cr bottle, or lx botlk'ft for 40.60, DollviTt cl tuany atMrt'ft. Dc srrlbeajmptnim in all communications. AildrrM II.T.iikimuum, pniff nnd Uicmicai warchoi mil iirowiiivny, 1 From and After thU date, KvWr A Martin's Omni ,i win run rcgniariy miwern ui nr. cxnncciiiiiTAAim nu tra C. II, Jtailrond, m follow t rrcron and Voreit cxmncctiiiff AAltli nil trains on the iSt. Joe and Sioue nrefrt'nulnc unions doneupinetecl-rnirrArrd nrninirr. una lur.-Bintiia ni mv iiiriiiicui nri I housf. and signed , l ' It IT lit. ttll- MM X, IllsUdlDUIlUi nven If they failed to get ono dollar of way, Now York. Take our advice and foreign aid. AVo nro lad to bellovc,how- ovcr, that all that will bo required from tho citizens a1on tho lino to.sccuroa road from Hanks' Spring to Clnrlnda. Iowa, will bo money enough to grndo tho road. Tho display of n little energy on tho part of our citizens will scrurolt,and open up to settlement ns fcrtiio a valley a tho tun ever shono upon, with nn un derlying strata of excellent bituminous coal for most of tho way. Mr. r.dltor, let us agitato this schemo until wo mako It a success, Is tho earnest deilro of ono of tho PEOPLE. try tho paper for a year or 14 months now for tho usual cost of a year. Fort tho benefit of tho poor Democra cy that can't this year run by whisky, wo copy a now song, which thoy can slug, Uko tlio dying swan tor tneir last song : Klggcrl Nlftuerlt Nlncrtll Klggcrllll iiuniifKrri eneniKicrri ItlffmKfrcr! Ilttlo nigger! Itcturns from towns AVcst end South show licnvv Itcmibllcan unlns. Taffrc, uopuimcnn camiiuaic,v.-iu no tmuui uavu from fifteen hundred to two thousand majority, and tho cnllro Stato ticket by a corresponding majority. EX-GOV. Oltlt'S OPINION' OP TUB ItBMOCItATIU CAXDIIlAilJa. Tho following Is from tho St. Paul (Minn.) JTVm, of September 19 : Gov. Orr, of South Carolina, wlto is now In this city, has been giving somo of tho leading lJoinocrats hero a plcco of Ills tut ml on uio mingling way ino uo mocraoy havo been managing mat lorn of of lato. To ono of them, who was adcl egato to tho Tammany Convention, ho sain mat uio nominations oi ccymour and lllnlr wero both meat mistakes. Seymour, becauso ho roprcsonlcd Im practicable and al90lcto ideas, nun mail , nn nceniint of Ida rcvolutioitnrv letter. llosldos, lllnlr wns n military man, r.r.d tlio Democracy sot oui witu tnu uica oi having a groat civilian Btttcsir.an, and thuv sliould liavo ucon cousisicui in uiai Idea. Pendolton was equally objection able on nccount of his Idcntltv with old, worn out uolltlcs. li tho Democracy had nominated Chase, tho Governor said, his name, so long iitcutillcd Willi tlio anniuion oi slavery, wouui uavo en abled tho Democracy to carry every Southern Stato. Now, they may possi bly carry Georgia and Alabama Uio rest would all go for Grant. Uo further said that it Is a great mistake for tho Domocracv to insist on ucir.g renroscut- oil In tho Convention ', that tho crowd of Confcdrato Generals thcro had a ban el feet on tho nubile onlnlon of tho North, and had a bad Indtlcnco on tho Conven tion. Avndo Hampton, for instance, whom ho spoko of in high terms, had nomo homo, nnd nublirlv slated that ho had procured tho Insertion in tho plat form of tho declaration thai "tho re construction acts wero usurpations, un constitutional nud void," nnd oo tho Confederal ofllcors In thu Convention openly arrayed themselves agclnst tho Northern sentiment tud ro-ononed all tho old Issues. Much scuslblo talk of tho samoklud tho wlso and patriotic old Govornor addressed to his hard-headed frlonds, but with as Uttlo practical cf. feet, wo fear, as his sagacious counsels to his hend-strong brethren in South Carolina. AVo learn that Gov. Orr has Just been appointed a Circuit Judge In Houtn i:nronna. uui ui no una iiiumiu- An nmnndmont oftlio uonsiiiuuon 01 incd to taKO ill) ins rcsiucnco in m. no it Cl.in f nw. which nrovldos for seph, Mo., In ordor to resuuio tho prac tho Stato of Iowa, wni Provm" " Ucl0 ofhu' profession under moro favor t. .1.1 riniF out tho word wiuio, ib io uo , . ...,. ,. ,i, ,it.tii,.i,.,i ,n,.rtt UU ... ,.11 Cl I HUIU UllBlllLUO 111.... him iiin.iniin vutt...- Voted on at thq oloctlon in that State t0I1 of affair, j gouth Carolina admits DEATH OF Bit. J. N. MCDOW I1I.I.. From tho St. Louis Democrat of tho '.'6th, wo Icarn tho following psicuhirs of tho death ot Dr. J. N. McDowell, of St. Lpui3 : On Wednosday night ho was taken with a congestive chill, nud Or. Mooro nnd Dr. Drake McDowell wore called In, but his Mtuntlon created no alarm. On Thursdav night lio told nn son, uocmr O'rako McDowell, tlint ho thought ho slinnlil illo. but still no serious feara wero entertained In regard to his case. At nlim o'cloc't Friday morning he tmss oil nivuv enlnilv and iirucefullv. fully consrlouB of his approaching end, and ccemlng ready to meet it. Dr. McDowell was born In 1 nyctto county, Ky., April 1st, 1805. llo removed to St. Louis In March, 1C10, and toon nrter established a x.ieiv ii.nl l'iilli'i'i. which wkb nfter dlscotitlli. tied and oucceedeil by tho college which her.rn Ids namo. It was ostabliEhad by tho iirlvato means of tho rounder, who . . - . .. . i. i . .-i i, n .... lauoreu to ouiiu liny nnu w ciyu jimui tlnnnl l'finntntiou. i. . i ji . Ijoon alter ino commcnccinciu oi iiiq rnbolllon. Dr. McDowol! went South Pl'SIIlXn THE KIXACIAI. QllHS- Mr. Kdward Atkinson, of Boston, is pushing" tho financial question with an ability and vigor that must bo rather distressing to Mr. Ilorntio Seymour, who urges his friends to push It lu nycry dif ferent direction. Mr. Atkinson has been studying documents nccesslblo to ovcry body, but by uo means mnuagcablo by ovcry body such ns Itcports of Secreta ries of tlio Treasury and has reached sumo very striking results. For lustanco: Tho total revenue of tho United States from April 1, 1 801, to Juno m, lsus, seven ami n qunrior years oi ac tivo war or of so-called peace, was i2.213,319,18C. If wo deduct from tho total expenditure for that tlmo n fair al lowance for ordinary pcaco expenses, we have, say, $1,000,000,000 as tlio actual cost of l ho war. Hut as wo owed on tho30lh of ilune, 1868, only 2,485,000,000, It fol low" that wo have actually raised by tax ation, and paid toward tlio cost of ho wnr, ucjiiici paving an our pcaco cxpen sen, if l,&li,00O,OOO. This lias been paid lu seven and a quarter years, and amounts to thrcc-elghllis of tho entire cost of thu war. And tlio money has been raised mainly lu tho loyal States, which for moro than half of the tlmo had n most elllclciit producing part of tho popula tion engaged in war. Again, ns n taxation of nearly .100, 000,000 has proved too great for our pres ent condition, tho taxes havo been re duced to butllttlomorotiian$300,000,000 n year nud such Is tho reduction of our cxpcuc9 that this sura Is amplo to pay expunges and Interest, and a modcrato annual payment of tho principal. Tho normal Incrcaso of tho population will o cnhaiico tho rovenuo that tho rato per capita, which now yields $300,000,000, will, in uio next iwcuiy years, increase tho aggregate in n sum sufllclont to pny nil additional expenses ami the entire principal of the debt within that time. Tho present tariff yields about $170,000, 000. The Income tax yields $30,000,000. ho whisky and tobacco, stanin and oth er taxes will yield moro than .$100,000,-000. This Is tho way to push tho financial question to tell tlio truth about it. To show that although tlio rebellion of tho Southern wing of tho Dcmocratlo party, itstalncd by tlio opposition oflcrcd to tho Government by Mr. Seymour and ills friends, has thrown a great debt up on tho country, yet tlio energy and In dustry which conquered tho rebellion will, .witn equal determination, easily pay the honost cost of tho Incalculably precious victory. Uo niggrrl she r Illff nhtierl llttl Old nigger! young nlggert rugger upi nigger uowni Nigger preacher! nigger clown! Nigger licucel nigger thence! There's n nigger on tho ft-ncot Nlggerllitnl nigger thick! Mggersllml nigger slick! Nigger bnldl nlggcr-trool! '(iiins! the nigger let us pull! Still no mutter what they tlilnkl fuss the.o niggers how they stink! Up tin- Illiquid down the level I Lit us fork each wooly ilelll Advice Tlint Should 00 Heeded. Wo dcslro to call tho nttcntlcii of tho afflicted to tho merits of Koback's Blood Pills, n purely vcgctablo cathartic, frco from mercury and all mineral poisons, nnd undoubtedly tho best remedy extant for tho radical euro of nervous nnd sick headache, bilious disorders and all nf- fections of tho liver nnd blood. They arc, ns their nnmo indicates, ;jff7; they search tho blood for dlscaso and strike nt tho very root, thcroby ef fecting not temporary but permanent cures. As a purgative, tnoy aro nil mat can bo desired, being mild and safe in their operation nud unquestionably one of our most satisfactory cathartic pills, aud should bo kept lu ovcry household, and, when taken In conjunction with Itobnck's lllood Purifier, nro tincqualcd for curing Scrofula, Skin Disease, Old Sores, Salt Ithctim, Dyspepsia, Erysip elas, Tumors, Eruptions, and all diseases arising from a disordered slate of tho blood or n disorganized stato of the sys tern. Try theso medicines nnd you will never rcgiet II. Ask thoso who havo used them, and they will tell you they aro tlio nest oi medicines. oid uy sa vino is iccid llLtxx Wamiaxty Dkeds, of tho most approved st) lc, for salo at the Siktixii. ofllcc. Price 10 cents each, or 00 cents per dozen. Brldo and Bridegroom. Eahhvm for Yoiltiir Hen on tho interrstlncr re lation of llrlilegroom to llrlilc In the Institution of I marriage auuuio to matrimonial leiicny nnu true I liapplucM. Sent by mall In sealed letter envelopes I free of charge. Address, IIUWA1ID AfSOCIA- lion, liox I-. , i'luiuiieipnin, rn. jyitnviy The following blanks for Justices mar be had at thoSkXTl.tr.i.onicci Summons, nl 20 cents per doz en subpicna for witnesses, i) cents per doti n I sum-1 mons for Jury, 23 cents per dozens I stray bluuks, per set, 10 rental per dozen. 03 cents. TncsT Ilar.os on hand and for sale at this ofllcc. Price 13 rrnts each, or (1.30 per dozen. J J) VEllTISEMEXTS. AtiKS'Ta vanti:ii vnn Tin; Official History of tlio War, Its Causes, Character, Conduct & Hcsults, 11VIIOX. ALEXANDER II. AT EPIIKNI . Its rendv sale, comb Inn I av! titan increased coin mlMlim, make tt tho hrst sulii'rltIon book cut j pulilUhcd. One npent in i:ntton, l'a.. r(-mt 72 iiiMcrllH-rs In tlircp days, Another In Jloplon, 10J Bulxcrllu-r-j in tour days. rtcim Kir rirctiiiirs uiiti erooiir iitihs. nntiniiiiii Ivfi'lliilloti nf tho wort- Address 'Kl (il.Klt. Mrv -A-gfciitH Wanted KlH MATTHEW If ALT. RSI ITU ft NKW linOK. SUXS1IIM: and SHADOW In NEH Y0HK. T Tl YOU WISH to know how fortunes I H nromadu nnd lust in a dnyi How "Country- inenTr lire swiiiuieniiy.iiiiriiersi iiiiwuiiin bllnir llou.es mid Lotteries iirecoiiiliicteil.nnileverv n hlnntl I Hung 01 niieresi reiaiing 111 prniniiieni men nun ini- . portttnt places In ewlorK, lltaat Ktadl lteadl Leave Oregnn nt 7:30 a, ntw r orcsi tiiy at loiwa.m. " Oregonat 3:00 p.m. t forest City at., .'..Sisop.m. Tickets for sale lir the dozen, for the nenomnwMla- tlon nf loenl patrons, at tho iiostolllces at Oregon nnd Korent City, at reduced rates. All persons without tickets III be charged full fare 60 cents. iiiii. iei( in ine ucxei (iiuccs in cuncr inwn wilt receive prompt nttention. JylOlT tf 1 lIt3iwt!jCCCiSCX!COtQ TIIK CII1EAT Blood Purifier, CURES IScroluln lu Its Various Forms, Contitmptton IniU F.orlltr itaget,Knlargementand. vicrraHonoj in wanoM. J9inilt nonet. Ala- nryi Uterui, Chronic llheumattim, ifrun tlon) of the Slkn, Chronic Sort Eyet, tc i-c, ire. ALSO SYPHILIS In nil UN I'nrma. DISEASES OF irOMEA", , ton of Appetite, Slel UeaddtUe, Liner Con- litoint, rain in the Hack, Imprudenca In Life, Gravel, Gonorul Unci Iloiiltlt, and nil diseases of tlio Dlood, I,lvcr,1iidiicys, and ltladder. 1 1 Ih ii S'crl'ect Itcnot ntor. SUNSHINE and SUADOIV In NEW YORK. A lariro Octavo Volume, orrr TOO i in ires. fltuAv II- luetrnti'd. W want iiKuiti, nuitoor Uimilf, In iv- I crytitynnd town tn ctiiiMu lor it. ltn body I m until lo know all about cw Yoik. Xo bonL vwr I huhllfthfd Unit siil bo rapidly, tanvuscern report W'v ciiihlov no (itnrral Am nti nndofft'r IhaLTrryrtf commtuion, Hi-nd lor our ati-naKu circular. Full aiucuiurs ua trrnirtto AkcmI cnt free on HiiiH. rS-ROSAlAI.W eriuUcates every kind of lu Kinor Mint Imd tiilnt, and restorett the entire u-iii ui ti iH'umiy conuinoin (LJ'll 14 l'KKI KtTLY J IA11U LESS DCTIT JirWUUC linr the itllarhtcst Inlurv. ' tr9lt U not: itpi'i-rt iiunrlc ri-incdr. Tho nr' !tfcTen of which It Is mailuaru imblMicd around. Recommtniteit by tht Medical FucitUy andMany inomana oj our ueti uiii.rw. i itcrtnKD ONLY HY DR J. J. LAWUEJS CE 211 Jlultimorc street, Uultlmoro, M1. CO.; Tlio increnso In tlio voto of Holt coun ty, ns shown by tho Into registration, from 18G0 tinttt tho present tlmo, la 73 per cent. It Is fair to prcsumo tlint tho Increase In population in that tlmo Is fullv 100 nor coat. AH on account of llndlcal misrule. AI.I.V1H WAN 1 V.li Viill Dr. Kanofl Great Pictorial Work, AKclcgnnt volume of rnrckt merit nnd Instruction nnu ni irrciu inn rci mr nurcaufrs, AVITII UOO ItKAllTIl'VIi i:iUA VINOS and n ifkelrli or tlio Author. Kxcliiilve ti-rritnvv pKiii anil iiirirM i'nrnmllnns. Fur rlmitiirri nnduirtnry. tiddn!M It. W, llLlS Al ('(1,, l'id)lUhcn.Tolulo, Ohio, and Ilitrtrurd.Oinn. faiAXT AM) COI.FAV. IIOOIC A(ii:VIM WAMKIi I'OH UllWLAND'H J A -A. IV rJC . OX12 lartj Octavo Volume, Finely Iltuttraltd, Oiu' ii el it Inn iuld UO iilt-rt lu ft diijH, ihw iitfcnt litis rold OO coiilcs In :t iy. One niuKaliidvlhasiiiildOconlfiiliiUdflVfi. W'v I'liiMor no ircntittl nircnlii uutloQcr fj-fralii ducum-iiu to canudcr. Hind for clrrulur and I here, l onn. iVartr'ml, Ciiii'n. ft For SMo hy nn'M Kwynhoro. SIIEFI'IEIU & EATO.V, General Agentt, UI PINK STREET. S.II.VT LOVIS, MO. llvlilvl NIIi:ilIFF'H NAI.i: IN 1'AIITITIOX, Itomutiis.I. Polndcxtcr, and Kllxntnth V, PnlndeY ter.hU wife, John C. Illair,and Virginia lllnlr, lill wile, leiii'u nur terms to iMelit4 liefm-i' engaging! Lew li I. II. 1IIII1II .it CU.,l'iillliirs,llnrttiiril,fon with tho nnnoliitl.ient of Surcaou Gun- oral In tlio nrmy of Jefl". Thompson. When It uecamo ovmont to nnu tiim tho cniiso wns it hopeIes3 one, ho wor.t lo '.tiroim nml itolivercu n couia oi ineiii- cnl lectures In ICilluliurn. His college In tlio meantliiio liuu iiiiicn imo tuo n'-ntix of tho mllltury nutiioritios. nio uuiiu he wen pnnvei'tcu uio a nu iinry i.ris nn. untlcr tho liamo of "Gratiot Street I'i Ibou," aim was U3CU ns cr.cu uirougr ntit tlin wnr. - . . ... i. - .. r.nnn r.rtfir t in Btimirossion oi ino re bolllou, Dr. HoDowcll roturnoil to tlio city, nml with Kient labor mul Industry relltteil his bulliliups ns .1 collc(0 nml ,iivor(rri tlio cells Into lecturo rooms anil olllcii3. At tho tlmo of his death ho wns mnkliiff propnrauons ior 1110 optui' Inf.' of tho October session, nml autlclpn toil n inrtro niicuuuiieu ui aiuuum". in dm lino of his iirofusslon Dr. Mc Dowoll hail fuw superiors. Ills roputn tlou was wpriu-witw. noMPcsmuM or Human Knowi. iiuac "Wobter'n Unabrlilged Dlc tlnnarv. with Its copious and oxcollcnt Illustrations, its uumerous nnd instruct Ivo tablos of signs, abbreviations, nnd quotations, and Its etymological, oxnlan ntory, and pronouncing vocabularies, must bo regarded as tho most useful antl ni-L-nliln cnmnentlium of hutiutl Inawledtie In our language" V. S I'ros't Agriculturol Uouogo. PlilCEH OUllltENT Olll.uox, Mo,, October 10, 1S0S. rilObt'C'K UL'YlN'll riticis. Apples, per limtu'l Apjiles, lined per pound,,, ,,,, Puller, fre.h per pimud.,, Ueans. dried per pound I leer, fresh, Vn Corn S bu (new) Chickens, per dozen 31 M 124 15 an so M Va -3 nirriinut Prury T. Knly. 6umi l. Kiisly, Edward C. Mitur, nnd Murlhtt A. Klurcr. hi nlh', A Hurt Kusly, Miltrctl Kutly, IMward L.-vsly, Millard IVrklimind Mary l'erklns. BY lrtuc or an order and decrro of tho Holt clr rult rourt, madoou thu Sd duy of May, A. 1). iwa, i win, on rue-amiy The 27th day of October, 18G8, at tho court house dour, In the city of Oregon, coun ty of Holt, and Ktuto of Missouri, between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon nnd live o'clock. In thu nneriiooii ornaid day, ana uuriuK mo session nrthu circuit court for Holt couiity,exiotfu to sale publicly at auction, the follow ingdeacrllied real estate, lylnc and being In Holt county, Missouri, to-Ut.tlio northwest quaiterofsectlonllicasthalfof fructionnl quarter of section 3 west hull' of fractional quarter I of section li i tho northeast fractional quarter ofseo- tlon lo, all lutowniiupoo or raniro 0( lotnunibir I lUeof northwest und southwest fractional quarter Keif, iter dozen.. Fresh Luko Fl&h, per pound. .... 11HV, 1 "III., II V. w Hides, irrtrii. B lh. " Flint Hams, country, per pound, Lard, per pound ,,., Mutton. V tb Outa V bu Onions, per bushel, , l'ork, fVcfth,1AB , l'otatoes, per bushel (Irish) ' ' sweet. m,,i,i Hycbu , Shoulder, country, per pound.., Sides, country, per pound Wheat, ruii.bu Wood, con BprliiK.. 'U ..s, L1VK STOCK 11 UYlhU. 40 2 00$2 fiO G 00 CO a 2f$ 15 1V& ZO 1 an 73 1QAVH 73 1 OU 1 00 12H ja WH 18 1 75 1 20(31 30 a aw fs) 2 WOT', SO 7 UU Koteh From report nnd U tters received t I. Your axe Is buuud to be Tho Axe, H. It will cut 23 ncr cent, better. 111. Mv brother lost one arm in the wnr. but with your ii xe nu run cm uh ni-u us any onci'inu emi. it ii i cuiuii nui gei uuuiiier, ivuiyittu v-f dollars would not buy it. . ji h in nu lUKJiiojHurB ueiier iiiun un uiuvr uxv. VI. I would not bo without it for unytfitntf. For suleby all restionslblo deulei , aud the makers, UrriNCOTT & IIAKKWKMi, rUtsburgh, l'a., sole owners of tho 1'utents. tfotrff A YEAH to acents to sell the Klnr QPlUU Mmtllo Wewlnc Nnchlne. Full Uuy iiudlot number six southwest and southeutf li-uc- tlonal quurter of section thirty-six in township CI orrangeJQ: lots one and two northeast fractional quai ter and tho west half of the southeast fractional quurter of section twenty-two In township sIty-ouu of range forty. Terim oi sale, one-third cosh, one third m six months und the remaining third In twelvu months, with approved eecurltv, notes bearing In terest ut the rato of ten per cent per annum on de ferred payments. am.i-.kt u(t;(:KJ;il, ouvriu ui nun vuuiiir, iuiesuuri Oregon, Mo., Sept., rj, Into. 13 IMIEHIFF'N NAI.K. BY virtue of an execution to me directed, and Is sued from tho clerk's o'tl-e of the Holt circuit court, In favor of William lMdgcg, defendant, and against Marian jmuges, pluiimir, I will, on filoa- particulartfrtt. Hirci is. iuuo Cleveland, Q. Hostnn, Mass Extra Inducement to experienced cuts, cull on or address v. u. wiiunacu., , or fit. liouls, Mo. Jlcef Cattle,,, I SVK1, ...... tSII.4. ....... is. tt. i w oueepi j ncau unuuunj , , , v outa w UHOlKllltH bKLLl.U. Surxftr. Common N. O. t fi 18 Crushed and l'owdered Sugar, (j 20 mk 2.Vr so V bbl m, 3 G06&3 HO Tea. bestlmperlal , 2 20 hcconn quuiuy.,., ,,,,,,,,,, ,,, a uo mar Caudles 25 Sunn I noiiu , Hire. TIIK IlEUEX SOLDIEHS. Wo have often wondcrcil how a rebel soldier could feel otherwise than tlts LMifitcil with tlio Btrvy-at-hoine comnan lonq of hU lost cause, Tho loiters of cotreofaugur, .Mftj. liouts, oi uaimwoy. on liocKauay. ." Vu" Ut VUltlU M "J"' II IIIVH 4W DbWl.tU I J II a W- cry honest rouoi soiuicr ougnt naturally to feel. Tho honost rebel soldlor onllst- In a causo which tho stav-nt-homo I Koda - hkmi obeis prqicsseu to ; com sacreii, nnu mo ;;ii;.ix:.;Tjii:""!":::::"!::"::: i AS success oi which ney uetrgcu mm to "i liticfier'i... ........... ........ i.o nciuovo. xney itnpinrcu mm not to no , . m dusioous casi uown uy ruversus, oruouisiniiyeu kii ...m.Vd. by defeats ; but to pcrsovoro till tho caf.ss wno succeaini ur iiuuriy lost, mo rebel soldier did light for tho Southern Confcdoraoy as long ns Us shadow could UO SCCIl. was ru aurvico. Willi- WYYUf A "NT out nnv. nnd often without sholter or W ViUii.i'H. food, ho adhered lo his causo with n for- tit iitlo novcrsurpnBceii. At tho end of this longnnd futllo serv ice, what Is his rownrd 'i Do thostny-at-homo friends of his cnuso. adhere to lilm Jn the day of his ill-fortune ? Not n bit or it. Tor. inmi, nicy swear inai uioy novcr had n spark of sympathy with him or his cause, and that whatever po litical tiisu'jiiiiy no may navo incurrod 'l'he 26th day of October, A, D. 18C8, at tho court house door. In tho town of Oregon, eoun- . M.s.....v.l,l...l : H iiim,mi"iMi'.iill. ueiwveiiiue lour. l I I II III ""' .,.".- . o, nineo eiovK in inuioreuooii nnu nveo ll l-lJ JXJ. tanl. Send two stamps for sealed afternoon of suld day. and Uurlnit tho st circuit court loruou county, expose 10 saie iiuuiic ly at auction, for cash in hand, all the right, tltlo and Interest of said defendant In an to tho follow ing described real estate, situated In the county of Holt and btato of -Mliaouri, to. wit: lo acres tho ai:ea on the whole sublect. Dr. WiilTTian. con- iitiviuiui luijr.iuinu, vil nt. iiitiriiB-o,,, 0111., Alo,, stands pre-eiiiineniiy aboto nil others in ma sncriaiuv. no mailer w no laueu. Biaio VDurcnsc. 1'atlents trcaU'd by mall in every Sfatc. clock In tho session of tho IJlll. ItllU OIU1U u, ...i.duu... wnin -u ... to ,1.11 aniitlivi.t ouarter of thu southeast ouarter of section I two In township nfty-nlue of range thirty-seven, or l so niueu luereui a. win ue .iiiucirut in .kiiiv iuq rorcgoing execution. ai.iihkt itu:i;Htlt, Oregon. Mo., Sept., 20, 1WM Hherltof lloltcounly, Missouri. 1311 Circular SnwH. Prints Nheetlnirs. llU'tiched Cotton.. 123 UI isi'4 so I im sol SPKOTAL NOTICES. Circular saws of ono temper over the whole plate. Muluy, mill, cross-cut and uang. Knual to any made In tho world. that tffi hy his treason, their skirts aro clear. miner conutici count not uo iinagincu, mid wo cannot soo how n rebel soldier can help despising It. Iinnijlnu how a union souuer wouui uavo ten, u uo naa returned whlppod, and found ovory siay-ai-nonio uniuu man swearniK tli lio liait always uoen a iriciiu ot Southern Confederacy I Wo aro not or iiioso who would make tho rebel soldier bear tho wholo brunt of tho robclllon, tho moro especially ns thoy havo demeaned themselves as men oiiL'ht to do nt least In this vicinity. Wo would confer unon them tho r uht of sulirngo, long beforo wo would suffer their stay-nt-homo friends tq onjoy It. iStdia Timet, It isn't of tho slightest conscquonco to anybody, but wo suppose It Is, novortho loss, n fact, that Boward has doclarod for Grant and Colfax. If tho &ocretnry of Stuto expected tlint nncnrthniiako would follow tills announcement, ho will And himself disappointed. Grant will bo tho next l'rosldont, whothor Johnson's Cab inet bo for or against him. Females, offing littlons vihlchtliey tlou, nnd the olllc many sunertngs. no small degixo to nonu cun bu happy onw of theso ariou: auilered to run oui heultli uf Uio Indl; permanent slckue It tileasant to conn thesu varioiaf detli moat urgent necesl rllleuliei ireatest cl llu-n thank us for nl cities uhlcllWlll befol curing almost eiflKT plaints pecullarfBh 1 1 vi ii nm.ii'tf Kvl it. thenecnllar and Imnortant ro. tstalii. their peculiar organtza- tliey perlorm, are suinect to eeilom from theso contribute In 'irhiipiiincss nud welfare, for io aro ill, nui umy so. uut uu lemulo complaints cun long bo lthout lnvolvlnic tho ireneral lual. anil era 10110 nroducluir unit tiermnturu decfluu. Nor is t a physician for tho relief of .10 aueciions, nun uuijr uiiuu mu will a tmo woman so tar sue lulus to do nils, ino sex will makers, Kor sulo by all deuters and the liAlil.lvr:i.l. UITI.NCOIT I I'lttsbuigh, l'u NIIEUIFF'M NAI.E. BY virtue of a special execution to me directed, ami Issued from the clerk's ofllcu of the Holt circuit court, in lnvor of Columbus 1. llccvcs.pl aln tin. and against John W. II. UrlUlIn, defenuant, I w ill, on Monday Thcmhday of October, A. D. 1868, at the court house door In the town of Oregon.roun ty or Holt, and Htate of Missouri, between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and Ave o'clock In tho afternoon of said day, and during tho session of tho circuit court ror Holt county, expose to salo public ly at auction, for cash In hand, all the right, tltlo nml interest oi sain ucienuam in uuu 10 mo touow Ing described rail estate, situated In the county of Holt, andNtatoofMlssourl, to. win theswofthesw and so of tlio aw aud the ne or sc, section 11, town aliip (11, range 3D also tho nw oftheseaudawso anil so so ami liu sw and nw aw nud so aw of section Se, township oil, range 87 also tho no no nw neaw UO uuu so no uuu uu mv uuu ee mv iuiu nu sir so sw and sw sw nw so no so so so sw so of section 32, t iirn C317T T THYI1 rVTT? i"fVT T k T I r ? also nonw nwnw seoll, tel. range 33 also W J!i bljLL 1 Oil UN l!i DULL All llio e se amlse no sec 31, t UI, range 3D. or so much GUI. li anil uver waicncs, newmg aiaciunes,Mia i tnereoi us ' Xjressl'atterns.Cariietlngs.lloniestiotioodSi&o, I execution. hel dg In their hunds simple spe- U cuicucious lu reiiu, lug uuu l oi tiiusu irouuiesomu coin- 1 1 vi uimi.ii'tfKvTuAc;Tni.nociiir.lIundr'ils Buffer on lii Milrce. umUiuudreils of otheraUDiilvvalnlvto druggUtawnd doctors, who either merely .tantalize them with the hope uf u cure or apply remedies w hlcb makolhemworav, I would not wish toassertauy thing that would do injustice to tho allllcted, but I um obliged to suy that although it may be produced from execasit . eui ausiion pi uo po eri i oi me, uy r--- s iarge as possible, anil' aem wieui, unwiiuiesoiiw air a mi ioou. - rd;r or r;.i,tr,., letter. I'lltl'lII.AItN NF.NT t'llEU. giving full particulars, or ten checks sent for one dollur ilescrlulng ten different articles which wo will Ben tor one iiounr i;ncn finlendld Inducements otfered to agents sending tu ciuus. Auuress i.aiiun.i. a. jiaiuiu i, no. S3 snuuury street, Jioaiou, iiuas, BOSTON DOLLAR STORE! ranllK tmmen.a succesa attending our past bust- ness has luduceu us to max. great preparations ror tne iuii anu winter iraue. fiiivrln.i.lc.an.1 pvrhanirB lists contain nearly cv. ery article desired for fumlly tue, eiich at I)ry and Fancy Hoods, Hoots and Shoes, Jewelry and l'lated ware, Viuuery, lUOUriUU. 1'1IIII1U)W1VUI, 1IU1V11UII.U111V wit .iiiiivuii. IllOlU.U lllvll 11 Utlltllll I IIIO II. U, 1VI. "Hit UUUru, ireiluL'iii ciuiii uu iu. .ni num.. reel Irritation, applied to tho mucous membrane of the vagina itself. . ... , When re ewlng tho causes of these distressing An.niuin.u I, I. .7.nu, in.mlpmnlate theat- ..n.iu buiL n. ..,....,, ,i.,nn iiipm. it Is but sim ple Justice to the subject to enumerate a few of I ho inauy adaitlonal causes which so largely affect the Ille, ucalth and happiness of womeu in all classes of society, and v. hlch, consequently, affect more or est directly, tho welfare of tut euuro num." The mania that existt for precocious education and ,..,.,.- .V. v...-! ii,.., nature desluned for coporal development to b w asteu anu ln ' achool, and especially (a the unhealthy excitement of the ball-room, This.wlth the body lialf-clothed, and tho mind unduly excited, bv pleasure, perverting In midnight revel the hours Ueslgnea hy nature for sleep and rest, the wolkof des mo- In consequence of Ibis early strain upon her sys- Um. unnecessary effort It required uy iu ucitaioio any aaureas. oinmuiv w ranbilwW U Cvugroet Mrwt, UoMoo, ' fv$ jitctjr, nui . .... . . . l'reaemi worm irom a io nw khi Slake your oruerauf large ikmbujiv. u ichu vs.il nw.nov iiv itnutal ordtr or reclatered letter. W nr airentu for over one hundred foreign and aomesuo lUHuuiuuiurii'ait iiur irrtf.iia are as trooa tu new. anu iom ni iniinu facturera' prices at 1 fortacti article, Deacripttve enccki io iter nunarea, or leu lorjjt. AKeniswuoi ed lu every town. t'trculuiCdent Cfo, CUBUMAN 1 a cu., lUArcustrei'ti uosion. PATRONIZE THE BEST! nniGHAM k co's OltBAT One Dollar Sale. Wo tell all kinds of dry, fanoy, and ttapl An.lai al tha uttlfurm tirlr a nf ' nvti nui.MR. and will ruarauteo you moro and better goods for that money thau you can get elsewhere Our com missions to agents are not exceeded by any Urmln the business. Circulars describing goods sent free to any address, fiend for one. 111UUIIAM CO., reiroi AL1IEKT lttUCKKU. fihcrlffllolt county. Missouri. Oregon, Mo., Sept,, SO, IcHld. 1311 ADJIININTRATOR'H NAI.I!. BV virtue or an order of tho Holt county court, made at the August term. 1SCS, of said court, I Will, in oucuicncu lu sniu umvr, on mu aim uuy oi October, lStiS, ut tho north door of the court houso In said county, aud during the acstlon of tho circuit court of said county, cxposo ut publlo auction, all tho Interest of David O. tlooch deo'd, In and to tho following real estate, situate in the county of Holt, and Statu or Missouri, to-wlt ue qr of seo IS, township 60 It 37, eM Bwandnwse, seo 16, T. OH, range 38. mitcasb. A deed to bo given on pay ato.nopurc.7c j.rsCorri m in charge of tho estate of II. O. tlooch, locjy n!3U ADMIIIIBTBATOB'SMAI.E. an order of the Holt county court. August term. UtW, of said court, I saiu oruer, ou uio son. u.y ox By flrtue of mile at the will, fiouenience i OctobU, ISCS, at tin lu BtliUSounty, and noun oi saia coumi i north door of tht court house, during the session of the circuit r, cxposo at iiuuuu auction, an the IntcFvt or Jonu. uorten ueou, iu anu to tne ioi lowing real estate, situate, mug anu ueiaa i county of Ilolttaoio Stat, oi Missouri, to-wB t In tho Tne friar of sco S3, exoept tlxty acres off the north ttdt of tald land, auotoeun oi I of tht west half of tha taarof aeoStl. and tUeoK of theneqr of th.nwqr ofstoBaraUIn township CO, of rang. ST. . Terms, cash. in chargo of tht estate of John Obrlen deo'd. 1 ocilvUnil WAMTKn-AOKSTS. fitirytX nor month to aell the KATIANAr. wi i u raaiiii " ;aaijiis. 'inis aiacnioeis equal to the sundard machines In uect and la told at the low r Ice of 1 20. Addreat NATIONAL BUWIHU MAClilNK CO.. every respect anil Auureaa aan I'lttsborgb, l'a tblBll. ,w'