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WttEGON, MO., AUGUST 29, 1874. KaDvis City. St. Joseph & Council Bluffs Railroad. Wimo TalQ No. 1C. raking street Sunday, November 16th, 1871. 10IN NORTH. 1mm Fmtt Cllf I Hall and Kiprcss, No. 1, Wight Ksnmii No. 4, .... Iprelght, No. V, . UOIKO SOUTH. Lnvt rtrttt aim Mall Mil Kanreas. No. 1.... tl Mr. u, 41 CM) A. H. 1IU. K. Night Klprcss, No. 4.. lO.Mr.H Vrclght, Xo. 10....... Trains No. 1 t dally, except Sunday. Train No, 4 ililljr, except Saturday, All other trains, dally, cxept Monday. A, 0. DAWES, Uon. I'm. I.gt. Vie St. .Toe Exposition Cotn mcnets Tfrp. nth. Jfo'tic'e. Tlio County Central Commlttco tip pointed nt the public mcttlng Inst :ftturtliy, will meet nt Mound City, on Saturday, tho 29th. N. 11. DROWNING. Come to the Fair, And bring your wife and children, and let tho young men bring their sweet hearts, and thoso who liavo no sweet hearts como and And ono;- tho fair box will bo outla force. T.otsof Icmnoado, peanuts and candy to supply tho beaux with. Religious JS'oticc. Thero will bo a teinpcrnnco sermon preached at tho Presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning by tho pastor. Tho public tiro Invited to attend. Mr. McClung will bo nt Forest City that evening, and will preach on tho aaine subject. -.- On Sunday tho 23rd Instant, on tho road between tho rallrond mid Cham 'tbcr's School IIouso, u steel mixed boy's grey coat. Anyone finding tho same nnd return ing It to tho undersigned nt Ilrowiileo's .mill, or nt tho Sr.NTisr.i, printing ofllec, vwlll bo liberally rewarded. 0v2 T. S. rOINDKXTKlt. Good Templar JS'otltc. Notice Is hereby given that there will lio a meeting ot Olive llranch Lodge, No. 424, 1. O. G. T. on Saturday even ;lng, August 29, at 8 o'clock. All mem bers' nro requested to be present, as buslncs of special Importance will bo transacted. F. S. KOSTOCK, sr., District Deputy. The Pair. Enough Is known that wo feel war ranted In savins that thero will be on i -jtvlitlittnn ctnmidlillier Ihnt tvtll Intni'mf every tanner In tho comity, nnd tho de partment In which the ladles nro Inter ested will bo well supplied, but thero Is yet room for everything Intended for cxlilbtlon, so bring along anything that Is cither curious or otlierwNe,as no en try feo Is charged In tlio ladles' depart ment. Strayed or Stolen, A red sorrel horse, light inane nud tall, 9 years old, 15 hands nnd three Inches high; was last seen at the farm of Ceas. Cowan's. Strayed away thu 8th of July. Any one giving Informa tion, or returning tho same will bo lib erally rewarded. Fit REM AX Liimv. Whig Valley, Mo. Otf How is That Wo liavo received a communication lroni one James domiciling, a prison or In jail, complaining bitterly of tho harsh treatment ho has received at tho hands oi Jailer Sabine of tho Andrew county jail, in whoso custody ho has been tor tho last two mouths. If the half is truo which Clendciilng says of that Jailor, It is (lino a change wcro made. JYodaieay Totvnship. Mr. Zimrl Hester, who was elected registrar for Nodaway township, It appears resides In Hickory township, consequently cannot register tho voters j of Nodaway township, Tho Holt County Court lias been called in extra session for noxt Tuesday for tho pur pose of appointing another registrar. Tho registration takes place Sept. 3rd, lth, and 6th. St. Joseph Exposition, Tho St. Joseph Industrial and Agri cultural Exposition will bo undoubted, ly a grand afl'alr. Entries nro crowd ing in from every section. Upwards of fifty racc-horscs nro on tho grounds. Thoso of our citizens who fall to visit i...w 'position will miss n raro oppor tunity for Improvement and amusc mcift. Preparations are also boing mndo for a Grand Itaso Hall Tournament during week of Exposition for tho champion- Bulp of the West. Free to all CBUbs. Mother Biekerdyke. Mrs. Mary E.Olckerdyko.a Protestant elster ot cliarlty.nnd durlngtlio late war Matron General of tho hospital ecrWco oi tho United States, Is now vlsltlnat her .brother's, Judge Woodcock . At one pei;Iod she was tlio causo of .'Wing ing to Memphis, Tennessee, 100 Vresh milch cows, in order to supply the hospitals with milk. Gcu, Grant once eald of her that In matters pertaining to tho hospital, slio outranked win, nnd .that thero was no appeal from hcr. decision, Mother IHckerdyko, wo li'drr) will .visit our Jlolt County Fair (wcek. Corn, i Cora Is Iwlngraplite'jut iiD In this jiajt of tho county, aiK'VotwVthstand lng the hoppers proinffcya a tolerable fair crop. Mr. II. Plnkfiton brought to us two talks ot corn tBAt had on them flue ears of matured corn as can any whore bo Been In tho couuty. Tho ear ,ou .ono of tho stalks grew on ft limb ftbreo foot from tho main stalk, nud la fx .curiosity. Highest cash prico paid forWoo. fi2 KUNJJEI JWOS, - X PEItSOA'.IT, .VOTICES. Prof, W. F. Drnko for tho last two years tho cflicicht principal of tho Ore gon graded school has received and accepted a call from tho Hock Port Hoard of Education, to tako charge of tho public schools ot that city. Wo congratulato our Hock Port friends up on tho acquisition of so earnest and able nn educator as Prof. Drnko. Tlio two years that ho was ot tho head of the cducnttonnl interests hero, our schools have constantly increased in ascfalness, cfllcicncy, and tho number of attendants. Tho good wishes ot n host of friends accompany tho profes sor to ids now Held of labor. llcnj. Whltmer's lino new country rcsldcnco has received Uio finishing touch, lloliig a staunch believer in B'lng1o-t)lc88cdncBS, Mr. W. has rented Ms honso to Isaac Chcesbro, who mov ed Into It with his family on Tuesday ot this week. It is understood that Mr. Whitmcr will board with tho fami ly occupying his house. General D. F. Loan of St. Joseph. Dr. S. 8. Bacon, 'Squlro Iloguc, nnd Postmaster E. D. HIchraond, of Crnlg, favored us with n call. Call again, ccntlcmcn. Wo nro gratified to bo ablo to nn nounco that Mr. Sain. Dixon, who was prostrated bysunstroko last week, is now entirely restored. Wo regret to announce that tho wlfo of Mr. John Duck, who resides ono nillo below Corning, Is very sick, nnd fours for her llfo nro entertained. . P. S. Since this was in typo wo learn that Airs. Huck died. Her disease was bilious dlscntcry. M. I). -Walker of this county lias received a letter from Bam. Porter, who resides In Jewell, County, Kansas, giving an account of tho ravages of the grasshoppers. Mr. P. says tlio pros pects for next winter look Indeed gloomy. Mrs. II. S. Hoguo, nnd children of Crnlg, nro visiting relatives In Portage and Summit counties, Ohio, nnd will remain a couple of months. Mr. Georgo Kygcr, wo regret to say, Is suffering from a severe attack ol Intlainnintory rheumatism. L. T. Mlntiirn, M. W. G. M. of the Grand Lodge of tho State of Missouri, I. O. O. F., was hero it few days this week, In the Interest of tlio order ln'tlils cl!. il Jlun .iritf. On Monday morning tho tilth instant, Craig was the sceno of a lively run awav. A two-horse team, tho property of Mr. Ellis Hrown, hitched to a light spring wagon nnd In charge of Ed. Leech, 1(5 years of age. In being driven over tlio street crossing got frightened nt something or another, nnd run through town nnd ovet slde-wnlks at a tearful rate. Tho boy was thrown violently out of tho wagon and knock ed breathless. In their course the nirrighted animals ran tho wagon ngalnst n pile of lumber and against the It. It. depot platform, breaking It all to 'pieces, and tho horses were finally brought to a halt In lrom of Mr. Hrown's livery stable, minus wagon and gears. Aside from a severo stun, tho boy did not sustain any serious damngo. Saturate a Piece of lire ml or JTIcat with gastric Juice, and it will dissolve. This Is digestion. Add to such n mixture u little alcohol, and it will not dissolve. This Is indigestion. Heware, then, of tinctures, or tonics, or decoctions containing spirituous liquors. Shun all rum "tonics,"' and rely solely on Hit. WAt.uint's Vixiuuit Hrrrr.its, tho finest digestive in vigorant known, and freo from tho fiery curse of Alcohol, 8vl MAKEYOUK ENTRIES ON' MONDAY! All who Intend to exhibit in thu Flor al Hall, should mako their entries on Monday. Tho Hoard have made ar rangements to place the Hall In charge of responsible parties, for the reception of nil articles that may bo oll'ercd on that day. This regulation Is demanded tor the reason that tho Hoard lias determined to terminate, the fair on tho third day ns advertised. JTO.V. jr. C. IZO REMITS, Of Huchanan comity, Candidate for Congress in tho Ninth District, will address tho people of Holt county at Fair Grounds, Oregon, Tuesday, Sept. 1st, '74. 8w2 Holt County Fair. Wo want every man, woman nnd child hi this county and In surround ing counties to attend tho fair, com uiciiciTig Sept. 1st, 1874. Tho direc tors liavo taken great paints to do everything In their power to mako tho fair n success, nnd It now remains In tho hands of the people to crown their efforts. Wo can liavo a good fair, an interesting one, II every one who reads this artlcluiivlll come, determined to do what they can for Its success, ilrlnjr uloug with you anything you 'have (Jut you think your neighbor wouliv llko to seo. or that you want tbcniXo sco. This year it will be par ticularly interesting to boo what wo 'a produced In different portions of county; we have had several draw- nicks, such no drouth, chinch hugs and grasshoppers, and it will bo inter esting to ato what wo liavo been able to produce, otvthstanulng tho diffi culties. There trlend can meet friend and compare notes and Interchange idem, thi't will be both pleasant nnd profltublo, Couw in, u general good time is anticipated. For Sale or Trade. Wo hayo thrco good eccoivd hand Top Bugglo, two open Iluggies, 2 good Spring Wagons and four double UujV gy Harness, that wo will bail cheap on six months tluio, or wJl trade for corn, oats or horses, Enquire or address, HEEME & HUltGKS, 0w3p Forest City, Mo, County News. Andy Meyer's cabbago patch has been mined by thograsshdppcrs. Other men nro in tlio samo fix. Sauerkraut will bo n scarce artlclo this season. -Tho rrclght train, Mr. Richly con dttctor, Which passed up tho road on Monday was obliged to leave 17 of its cars nt Amazonia on account of tho grasshoppers. So many of theso pests wcro crushed under tho wheels of tho locomotive ns to mako tho track slip pcry, that tho train could not proceed. If tho hoppers don't leave pretty soon, it will be no tiso to sow fall wheat In this county. These pests nro now depositing their eggs by tho bun died thousand. Tho Oregon Pnbllo Schools will commence Monday Sept. 14th. Mr. A. P. Davenport ot Craig sold his etoro to n firm in St. Joscoh. Wo did not learn tho name. Mr. It. 0. Scdwlck says Craig is wide nwnko nud full of liens and grass hoppers. Anybody who doubts It Is Invited to coino up nnd sco for himself. Hut at lust accounts they wcro leaving, taking a southwesterly course. Mr. Win. Hnwklns Is putting on thrco coats of paint upon ills liouso after having romodclod nnd Improved It, to n conquerable extent. Tho Ladles' Comet Hand liavo been engaged to paly at tho Holt County Fair. Fnlr commences next lucsday, September 1st, 1871. Scarcely n day passes but a num ber of teams cioss tho river into this county nt Arago, llulo, St. Stephens, White Coud and Iowa Point, loaded down with people, fleeing from tho hopper stricken regions of Ncbrnskn and Kansas. Mr. Ancclmcnt Informs us that thu dnningo by lightning to tho Evangelical meeting house In the grove on Thtirs day night, tho l!Uh Instant, was not so serious ns nt first anticipated. Only part of the chimney was demolished tho lightning passing from that chlm ncy nlong an Iron rod, and from thero through the stovc-plpo bursting a liolo in tho stovc-druni. A small portion oi tho plastering was torn otf. On tho 1filh Instant thero was a barn-raising nt Sam. II. Tottcn's, who resides three miles northwest of Whig Valley. It Is a structuro a2x40 feet, witli a stone basement seven feet high. Mr. Tottcn assures us it Is ono of tho best frames in the county. Mr. Clin ton Thompson Is the boss carpenter. W. L. Hums nud Jacob Hamilton of Crnlg, have each commenced to electa frame rcsldcnco which will be completed for occupancy beforo winter. A week aa;o last Tuesday was the hottest day this summer the thcrmom eter at our oftlcc stood at 108. Sowing Machine Needles of nil kinds, Cement, Plaster ot Paris and Hair, at tho Hardware Store of the undersigned, W.M. HASK1NS, 8m:i Oregon, Mo. An International Congress, in which the powers ot Europe wcro represent ed, is now In session in Brussels, Hcl- clutii. Hai on Jomlnl lias been chosen president. The sittings nro held with closed doors. Sir Alfred Horsford Is tho representative of Great Hrltaln. Forest City Mills. jr. or. Scdirick Citu, A" Co., JUo. Forest Having greatly Improved and added soma new machinery In our mill, wo aro now prepared to manufacture nnd do nil kinds ot custom work 011 most' favorable terms. Custom work done on 'Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Wo Invito everybody to come and bring their wheat and get It ground or exclnlnged for tho very best Hour mndo In tho West.- Will nay tho highest market price in Cash at am. Tunis for wheat. J. T. SEDWICK, & Co. Fouiist City, Mo. 8v3 A terrible laiid-slldo occurred recent ly at Alnvu, In tho Provluco ot Navarre. The overhanging rocks fell upon nnd utterly destroyed tho village. Tho dis aster was so sudjen that few of tlio in habitants csciijvd. Two hundred corpses liavo n'JJjndy been recovered. Electron JVottce. Notlco is hereby given tl't nn elec tion will bo held nt tho Cor jHoiiie, in Oregon, on Saturday, tlio th day of Sept., 1871, forouo dlroct( o hold for ono year, one foi-o yos nnd two lor three years froiXisaid ejection. Hy order Hoard oncduciloii. W)t.'' fucii, Sec. August 7, 1874. v; 7tf Worlr-'. .7 - oxcavatioT)srjIfiv . -vif end of tbc10" 01 ct'rc?8 an fll' n - millllt fUUIl'.I.A... tiijjv Jfhnt was asked fo:Vwas made for tho Improvements of HciVGuto and East Hlvcr. It is contldcntlulbcllovod that, when tho Hell Gate Ch ncl is re- llovcd, Long Island Sound w become tho pathway from Now Yo to tlio ocean for trans-Atlantic ships. The tlssociatlot Tho Northwest Missouri FVptli soclntlon, composed of inlnrAcrs tored over Atchison, Nodaway Holt counties, will meet In NIcll Grovo Ilaptlst Church, Thursday, Scijl teinueraru, ion, ' " i Tho arches of the llrooklyu tower of tho East River Ilridgo aro almost com pleted, and tho keystone will bo placed In position in a. day or two. Tho tower on the Now York sldo will bo complet ed to tho level of tho roadway In Nov ember, Six Good Pictures for $1, nt Cottroll it Hatching's tent during tho Fair, on the ground. 8 Now Is the time to subscribe for tho Holt CouNTr Sentinel. Only $1 CO n year in advnpce, pr 75 cents for six months. Produce anq wood taken in payment of fub.prlpflon, d Holt Circuit Court. ting list Term, 1SY4. The Holt Circuit Court, August term, commenced its sessions on Monday, 17th instant, Judgo II. S. Kelly, on tho bench. E. L. Allen, Circuit Clerk, Wm. G. Mclntyre, Sheriff". Attorney's iu attendance nt court: Holt County liar 1 T W Collins, E Vnnllusklrk, James Foster, Thos II Parrlsh, 11 D Markland, James' Llm bird, John W Stokes, John E. Mc- Kdlght, Daniel SCook, L II Knowlts, Win Wilkinson. Henry Shutts, M A Duff, T J Owens nnd T C Dungan, Prosecuting attorney. Andrew County Hart Wm. Hcrln. nnd 0. T. Hrynn. St. Joollar: C. A. Mossman, J. W. Strong Sam Ensworth, and D. F. Loan. Hock Port bar: A. 11. Durfcq. Maryvlllo liar: E. II. Edwards. Pittsburgh Har: James II. Ulrch.Jr. Grand Jury: Thomas Sccrist, fore man' Amos Cnstlo, D P Lewis, Ellas Hendcr, Georgo W Kcrsliucr, .lames 11. Currv. N W Ilvcrson. John Wnilnce, James T Howell, Thoma Curtis, Hoi)- ert Stevens, 0 M Uiillllains. .icscpu Hob tze . F H Hostock. II F Ilulev. John Masters, sr., F M Joslyn ami S S Jleadows 18. Petit Jury 1 Ezcklcl Kirk, Wm Kim- kcl, John M Mencfee, M S Norman, Sam Huley, Isaao Lamb, Henry Connl, E W Hrownlng, James Gaffney; 111 Nowland. Thoniiis Wrlcht. bainucl Austin, David Hanks, Wm Drury. J L Grlgsby, Andrew Hunter, Hlrnm Wig gins, James Devlnney, James Crlswcll, K F Hlco, It W Smith, Silas C Lino nnd John Martin. 21. Tho llrst day only two cases were disposed of as follows: State vs Wm. Hitchcock. Disturb ing singing school. Defendant acquit ted. State vs John Irons. Disturbing re ligious worship. Dcicndnnt pleads guilty and was lined $10 nnd costs. StAto vs George P Skccls. Assault with intent to kill. Tho evidence and pleadings in this enso consumed nearly all day Moirtlay nnd Tuesday. The Jury brought In n verdict to lino do- tendnnt $100 nnd costs. State vs T S Hlndo. Sclllna Honor without licence. Two cases. Plead guilty; Fined 840 in each saso. btato v same, same entry, iwo cases. .Nolle prossc. Stato vs A S Anders. Sclllii" llnuor without licence. Three cases, l'lead guilty. Fined 810 In each case. State vs H C Stuart. Selling on Sun day. Fined 85. On Thursday and Friday tho case of 01 tno .Male vs win inn son. tormiir- derulg Win Dougherty, was Irled T. C. Dungnn & J. W. Stokes conducted tho prosecution, nnd James Jostcr & T. H. Parrlsh. Tho lurv returned a ver dict of murder in thu first domce, nnd assessed a lino of 12 years In tho peni tentiary. Louis Mclntyre vs U P Skccls. Dis missed by agreement, nt costof defend ant. (COXTINUI'.t) NEXT WTXK.) Huron Von Schloycr, formerly minis ter of the German Empire to tho He public of Mexico, nnd for thrco years minister nt Washington, nrrlvcd In Now York on Friday last from Hamburg, on board the steamer Pametwu'a, after nn absence of thrco months, principally spent at tho German watering places. V'elcr if A'orman, Of tlio Hlg Hrick Corner, Oregon, Mo., desire to direct tho attention of the public to their Splendid Stock of FALL & WINTER CLOTHING, NOTIONS & FANCY GOODS, HLACK ALPACAS, &o &!., &o. Otf Vienna letter to The London Stan dard announces that tlio Husslan Gov ernment is about sending another ex pedition to tho Arctic seas. Tlio voyogo in this Instance is undertaken, not in the mcro spirit of ndventuro or scienti fic enterprise, but for tho rcscuo of nn Austrian party, under Captain Wey prceht and Lieutenant Payer, which sailed In tho ship Tcgelhoff, just two years ago, for that portion ot tho frozen deep which lies between tho northern coasts of Slbct la and tho Polo. It was In tho latter part of August, 1872, that the Tejethoff was last seen In a violent storm oil tho Islands ot Nova Zcmbln, and sluco then no word of her fato has reached Europe, cither through tho whalers whoso track sho mluht bo ex pected to cross, or tho Siberian tribes with whom her boat and slcdgo parties. It was hoped, would communicate dur ing tlio winter or 1872-3. For n good bargain and nxccllent nrtlcle, go to PETEIt & NOHMAN. THE 3IAKKtS SKWyrfttiKIC, Aug., M, 187. UKBVKS SuUve....;.. .K0U.00 00.00 Texan.",!,.'.... 0.00 0.00 0.00 00 I O.'.'O i 11 i is m 23.00 11 00.00 0.00 0. 00 00 3,60 33 1. VI oo.oo 10 IIOUS Urease.' SHKKl'-l'-jped cav V?lllng to Choice. OATS-Western It VK-Wealeru roitlC-Mess LAUD l'rluio Steam ST. LOUIS. COTTON-Mlddllug 00 11KIT CArrLK-Mlddllng.. VU UEW U ATT LK Choice. .... t.OS Good to I'rlmo S.M 00 3.75 3. 01) 11.00 4.00 3.00 0.23 8.00 0.00 1.00 Cows and Hellers. . . . 3.00 TlirougliTcxaua a. 00 HOGS S.73 FLOUIt-ChoIca family,... 7.00 WllliAT-No. 1 Spring 0.00 Choice Winter........ 1,03 COKN-No. 3 Mixed CS OATS-N'o. 2 00 UYK-l'rlme 0,03 MX 13 K 1.00 0.00 oo.oo 00. (HI 00 no O.uD oo no II oo 00 8,00 3.30 O.W 7.73 0.00 7.M O.W 0,111 o.u u 31 71 O.W 14.23 13 .oIlACCO-Factory Lugs,., 0.00 & Medium Leaf. 0.00 ($ HAY-i'rline 00.00 a TlUTTKlt-Choice 00 (J aaMi ,,. IAI tQ) l'OTATOKS-Ntw llarrcl... 0.00 1'OltK-Stan.lard Meal ;'l,00 LAltn-Iteflned 13 WO0r-Tub-wahed-CIiolce 00 Q UijWMhed-Medluni. . 00 CHICAGO. nUUVBS-Falr to choice.... B.53 & TexanaX,..; 1,03 Coru-fedi i o,00 & HOGS-Good, to Choice,,, , 0,00 & SIIUKl'-Shorn.,,; 0.00 & FLOUU-Whlte Winter Extru 6.30 & Spring Kxtra 6,m & WIIrJ.Vr-8l.rlug No. l., o.ulH " NOi O.MHO COUV-rNO.8 , (KJ y OATS-No.a ,, 41 "VK-So, 9 f, t4 llAHLF,Y-,No. 8 ,JH 0 67 i wiiiv-nw aiess ,,,, jjiflJ Vtw, TUJC OA'XjV CIMA'CF.. Mlcnectftillu llcdlcatctt to the Ji'etc Martu tty Spectator of last Saturday's Meeting. Tho day was fair, tho hour was noon, And from tho country to tho town. A baud of olllco-scckcrs came, To act as mldwlvcs to tho dame Aunt ''PollyTlcks." Tho damo was sick nigh unto death, In fact she had to gasp for breath, The mldwlvcs' plans wcro laid with enro Audit gnndll g fathered there Their "Only Chanco." A brat at last was bom to them, A nondescript and piebald thing. And neither fish, nor flesh, nor fowl, Hut still they named It with a howl "Our only chance." Tlio Democrats Ita praises sung, Tho rebels loud their hurrah's rung, Illicit g amidst thegroans of friends, l'olnts to his banner's streaming cuds My "only chance." Trust not these Hoiiibons,"A n said, They euro not for you, dunderhead," Hut hoarsely shouted tills old gent, As down tho shutu he lieadlongVcnt "My only chance." Stay, stay with us," his party plead, Your lovo for ofllec turns your head" K g wiped a tear from off his nose, "I've tried afore, this Is, I 'sposo My only chanco. "Hownro tho Woodson rotton branch, Hewaro tho Column avalanche." This was old A n's last good nlcht, Hut K g replied far up tho height My "only chance." On election day while to tho poll, Republicans In masses roll, Weary and worn nnd tempest tossed, Iu dismal tones K series I've lost Tho "only chance." Under a llotirbon pile hu lay, Stilled with stench nnd choked with clay, Still grasping in his hnnil of Ice, Ills banner, with the strange device "Our only chanco.' A full assortment of Machine Oils, nt KINO & KYLE'S, at prices to suit Farmers and Mechanics. Sw l Marriages. Mairled. Allirllst 17. 1874. at the residence of Mr. Jones, In Liberty township, byKlderU. stiles Mr. A.J. MUDDY mid lira. M. J. COII.NINU, all of Holt county, Mo. Mlrtltx. Horn. Ann. IK. 1871. to Sidney und Alva Tingley-u daughter. Horn. Ilia. 10. K.7I. to Mr. and Mrs. Klmhid Cailtou uaon. Jiurn iiuK. 19.4, it, if . ,1 nun I lie c ii ir- ley u daughter. Uorn. Auir. "I. 1873. to Doctor nud M. L. Keyes a daughter. Horn. August '.Bill. 1 67 1, to I) K. and M. K. C'ullrell u daughter, Heaths. John Vniidiiiiily, sr. DUhI. at Ida residence near Irish Hinve. Atch I so ii counly, Mo,. .Vugust7, 1671, JOHN VAN tiu.i'i , er., ageu ,jeara. The deceused was born In l'ennsylvanla and at an early day removed to Jtoss county, Ohio, where lis resldedunlll In 1H.V, he, with his fain lly removed to Missouri, und Kcltlcd on the place where he ended his days. Hy h ud worL. lug Industry nud good management, which characterized Ills whole life, he had eniaawl quite u fortune. I.Ike u prudent mun!i.id,m.tny mourns bcioru his dissolution, he aallsfiietor ly nd up all Ids worldly mnlters.nnd when deolli came he wus ready for the change. Mr, Van (iiiiidyw as lor half u century nconslsluutmein. berandiinnrilantsuiinoiteroftlie M K. Church The church uear Irish Urovc wus built mainly by Ids liberality. Ills house was the Itinerant minister's home for mniiy jiuis. Mr. Van Cloudy wm a loc.it minister of the church of his choice, und his pieauhlng nnd exhortations, both In Ohio and In Mlisouil,vlll be ri'membered by hundreds. Mr. V. was twice married, und was the father of live sons und four daughters. A majority of his children resldu In Missouri, and lire nil highly respected nnd well-to-do people. John Van II ndydled ns he bad lived a christian. Ills end was peace and Ids woiks do follow hi in. DIeil, .Inly nluhit IIAlt lid. 1874. Ill Cralir of summer eom IU), Inlant son of Alex. SI. unil llclla Hunter, ageil nine months, Died, In Oregon, August 20, 187I-I.UCIA, Inlant daughter ot John I.', unci Mary L. Mc- i.iiiiii , ik,-i bia IHUIIIII9 unit lour u.iys. Announcements. A iirlnters fee ot St will ho charged for every unuouncenseiit of not over 1-' Hues, The nn nouneenient to remain In the tnier until the day of election or until sooner recalled. I'ru to bo iaiu in uuvunce. County Cierll. KditohSkktineli If Mr. K. I), Kielimond of Crnlg, will umisuncu himself an ludeieu dent caudldute for the olllce of county clerk he will have thFtunuurt of MANV VOTLIH. August t!0, 71. JWi fV JiD VliR TISEMEJVTS 100 ACltE FARM FOR SALE. Sltx.v Aovch ol" It Improv ed unil tlie ISiilitnuo Tliubor, fXllllS furmlf fnhiitv'l In a good locality .with- souri; c&niriniy . Iii08, Holt county, Mis. ties. Has "J)iw-JifinieTl.snd church luclll. vineyard capable or iirodiiolng 700 RiMimj.--wine ever)- year. Will be sold cheap. Title oerfect TKitMSl lev i ouiauce in one, two und three yei ars, deterred payineuts to beur Interest, Apply to the unucr- sigueii, Four sr Cur, Mo., M . lil.ASH. ni.l St. Joseph College. St. Joseph, Mo. Conducted by tie Christian Brothers. THE next eisilou of this College comnieuces ., ..'il'.A""" sli lg' TKltMS!.llnar.l h,I l,,lll,n Innlx.ll ne bed and bedding, washing und mending, per term or lite mouths (puyuhle In advuuee). 911'i oo. ' lUlllon. ner session nf lull iminths, Pnm. rnerrlal deparlment, I0 College lleparlment, WJl luuiorlicparimeiit, IU. 1 j-ui I'.iutuiura nuiiress Ciui mtu. AOAT1IO, I'res t TAJCE NOTICE. To IVftom ii .Tfriw Concerns OTICK U hereby given, tlmt llieru will hv a Idliri: ut Holt mmnK'. fkl laimiiiurl. ut Ifn tiwvr ml. iiviiiiun iirikiiki'ii irt m i iiiniiv uurneil term, to b bt'Kun uiul litbl ut the Court Monday, the uth dayofSeptcmber,mi, for the purpose of culling u Hitch to carry on the surplus water, uummciiuing ut the head of secllon tUtovnshlp counly l unge 3D, thence In a 110'lhwutt oourtu urouud the west point ol Kliqsty Island Iu section tit township county range ail, thence. In a northwest direction to the ine null,, viisuuvi ui mu iiuiii'C ill lurKL' I iiikm iii uam'ricuiioii nomes ou the snuth sine or see ou II, township no Itauire S!) thenci- In a north. west coursu u lar as may heiieceasary Iho oh. led of lliedllch being to icolalm much valuable snu auu pruiecs ii ironi orernow, . 1'.'hT1KICK riTZMOUIS and olhers. Al'g, Jl, 16. 1, 8wf , Half. IXrHK.RKAS, Samnel 8. Wilson ami Putil . T V , V. I,ri1l, III I1UII MUltll) , i'l HPMMIII, Ifjr their certain deed or trust, Unttd Ihr Ulh Ujr of Marcn, I8T2, unci recorded In the Kecnnteri Orflcc nt th county or Holt, uroremhl, In Hook No. "A1," i"go IIJ, ronreynl to the underalxn ril trustee thu following ductlbcd rocriy, to-wln A strip ofTof Ihe South end of Ibe Sonlh West ilinrier ni neciion .n. r.ifiiui'en in iuhiimi So. Sixty-one (HI), of ItaiiKO Thlrtr-nlno (W), containing twenty. Iliree acres) Also, the Saw Mill now situate, on said land, known as the Lake or llemlersou Mill I All sltuato In Holt county. Missouri, Which said conveyance was In trust to secure ine payment orn cenain joini promissory nuie, In auld deed mentioned and described! and. whereas, said deed provides In cane said note payable, according to Us terms anil effect there of, then the trustee might proceed to sell the heretofore mentioned property and, whereas, aid note Is duo and unpaid 1 Xow, therefore, at the r.Viuest of the legal holder of said Joint note, nnd by Tlrtueof the power in ine vested by tald dcid of trust, 1 will i,m nni itm.i wnrn inn .linn iircmnu flue mm un Tuesday, the 2DM day of BepUmpter, 1874, between tho hours of ten o'clock In the fore noon and five o'clock n the nnernoon or that day, nt the rront door or II. Clang's Justice' ntllee.lu the town of Uhrctow. count v of Holt and stale of Missouri, proceed to sell the property nnnvu ticicrincu ui piiniio venuue, 10 mv niMoee, bldik), for cash In hand, for the purpose of puylnu: the amount of said note and Intercut, und costs and expenses ol llitsj tiust. iiKoitui: l' sm:i:t,s, nwS Trustee. IIiukuiw, Mo. , Aug. iS, Id's4. REGISTRATION NOTICK KIIKUKIIYUIVUXTltAT A OV.K ernl reglslrallon will be held Iu Holt county, Missouri, lor I lie purpose of registering all otcrs Iu said county entitled to nc.li reglslralloni nnd It Is further ordered, that tho reglslinrs of (he several municipal townships he riiUired to hold days or registration nt the following places, nnd to bo In sesilon three days us follow si Forbes Townthlr, at Forbes, Thursday, FrlJiy and BitarJay, August 27, 28, 29, Bamuel 0. Etani, Registrar, ait Lewll Townialp,llt Oregon, Thnrgjay.t rlday and Saturday, September 24, 26, 20, Jciiee L, Brown, Registrar. West Lewis Township, at Forest City, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 1, 2, 3, John France, Registrar. Nodaway Township, Nichols. Orovo 8. H. Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, September 3, 4, 6, Zlrarl Uester, itegtitrar. Hickory Township, l alnlew B. H. Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, Beptcmber 28, 29, 30, Bam Now land, Registrar. Clay Township, Whig Valley, Mondy. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 21. 22, 23, W. T. Ed dy, Registrar, Uentou Township, Hound Uity, llinrsday, l rlday and Saturday, September 17, 18, 19, D, W, Thuma Registrar. Liberty Township, bom urove B. il, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Boptcmbor 24, 23, 20, Mart WW truer, Begistrar. Blgelow Township, at Eirrelow, Thurtday, Friday and Saturday, September 10, 11, 12, Edmund Anibal, Beirlitrar, union Township, at Craig, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 14, 19, 10, John Wise, Ilegiitrar. Lincoln Township, at Corning, Monday, Tnei day and Wednesday, September 7, 8, 9, Horace Martin, Registrar. Ily order oflhc Holt County Court. AI.llKltr HUXKKIt, Clerk Augusts, 1674 . 7IS TAX NOTICE. Oi'i'ici: of Stati: and CoU.NTV ClII.I.F.CTOlt. Oitr.tiox, Mo., Aug. 5, 1871. NOTICK IS IIKIIIUIV (IIVKV to the tux.iny ersofllolt county, Missouri, Hint thetux hoots for tlie year l;thuu been plured In my IiuiiiU forcollectlon, nnd that 1 will meet them nt the following time an, I places to receive sutd tuxes, vizi At Follies Stntlnu, in Forbes Township, on Thilrstluj', Frliluy it nil Saltu ility, .vttyiibi 7Mi, 'JMiu anil UUili. AtMcliolH'firovc School House In . oil a way Townnhlp, oil Thtir.siluy. l'litlity and .Siiliiiility St'iit. :M, -Kit mill nth. At Corn ins, In Lincoln Town Hhlp, on nioinluy, Tuesday nud IVeilnesiluy, Seiit. 7ih, Slh nud Dili. At IliKclow.ln Iligclow 'I'own slif p, on Tliiirsday, Fiiilay nud Satimlay, Svpt. lUlli, lllli, llli. At CrnlB, iu Union Township, on li'Iondny, Tuesday nuil U'cd uesthiy, Sept. 1 llh, 15th, Kith. At ill on nil City, in lleuloii Towuohip, on Thtiisilay, Friday nud Sitlurday, Sept. l?lli, tSlli I'Jlii. At U'lii.t Vnlloy, In Clay Town ship, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, scpi. aisr, xsn, xisu. At Itoss lirnvc School House, in l.ilicrty a'ownslilp, on Tltuis-dnj-, Friday icini SaUinlay, Sept. 2 llh, untu, Uilth. At Fair View koiiooi House, in IllcluiryTowiiSkifii, ou .Honday, Tuesday nnd H'niuesday, Sept. UHtlt, 2!ith, ItOlli. At Forest city, in west i.ewis Township, ou Thin sitiif, Fri diify, nuil Saliiiiliif, tl'cl. 1st ltd, 3d. At Oregon, in East Lewis Township, from Oct. Otli to De cember :jIsl,IHTI. Taxes become dellnuuent TaniitirV 1st. 1S73. at which time u heavy penalty is willed .H. M, HJ1I.III , Clf Collector of Holt County, Mo. GEO. lCllOWELL&Ca "i Advertising House, 41 Turk Itow, New York. C0LLEOIATE AND COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE. New Haven Conn. Fortieth vear. 1'reiiiirif lory to College, the Hcltntlllo bchuols or llusl ness, wilh Kystematlo and thorough physical training by military drilling, gymnastics, row ing, Jtc. i atalognes sent on application . ii ,u. ii, iiunsr.i.L,, i-riiicipui. 363 o H dbnf ner nuv ut home. Terms free. Q)UAddress, U. HTI.NSON.tCo,, l'ortluud Me Mount Pleasant College, Hl'NTNVII.l.i:, MO. TAMCS W. TEIIUILL, Ftsisiphnt. A schoul for the co eilucatlon of the sexes-....1 i (..-isw iTnwiuu neKiu4-wOTMvnnks. EXPENSES FC sOUEIEEH WEEKS: rrepnratory und Collegiate Departments, f 10. Oil Muslo ou nano or loiin, or special vocull.es- eons, ei,'oo Hoard from 3.uo to at.oo, CINCHO-QUININE t3 cia ejfcciuai a rcmeay FOR FEVER & AGUE u the Sulphate lit tho nnio dfMwi, while it affect the htatt te$,a mora iialaUbloaudmufft chtaptr, SD(1 fur JeKriptlTe Circular wltli Tt$tlmonaU vj rnvawnH irora nil oi ine couuirj, fcTr"8amnlo iai'kacres for trial. 23 cent. rrfpamt hy Hir.I.lNUti, CIAl'l it CO., lttauufae turiiitf unciiutu, iitmioiii juius Geo, I'. Hoin-ll & Co, conduct nil Airenev for (he eeei-ntlnn of mleer. iieeiiieius lor wiiiericiin r.Kwsi'ArKns-ine itinsi conipleleestahllshmentoftheklnd It' the world. Six thousand NKWSi'Aruua are kept regularly on llle, open to Inspection by customers. Kerr AdverllNoiiieii t It taken nt the lionio price Of tlio Duller. Without nilV uililltlnnnl elim-orA or commNlon, An adtcrlincr, Iu dealing with the Agency, Is saved trouble und coriespon. deuce, making ono contract Instead of a doneii, n bundled or a thousand. A lloolt of eighty puges, coutaliiing lists of bestpupera, largest circulations, religious, agricultural, class, pol. ltlcal. ilallv and coiiulrv iiuner.. unit nil tnti.ll- cations which uru specially vuluiilile to adver tisers, with some Information about prices, is sent I'UKi: lo uny address on application, I'er sous ut u distance wlshluir ti iiiuL,ifu,i,irn,. r... udvertlslug In uny towu, city, county, Statu or Territory of Hie IJultcd States, or any portion of statement of whut they want, together wilh a copy or thuAilverlluoiiient they desire in. ser wl, and will receive Intormallon by leturu mall which will enable to decide whether to in crease or reduce the order, fur such Informa tion tieru la nn ohui'irit. f lr.1l.vu no. t..l '.. .. slnatle paper as well as lor a list for a single dollar us leadlly as for u larger sum. omces Trnstec'u lirarlilteff.KsV.IVoA: Holt Couuty JtbiT. Commonces at Oref Tuesday Sopt. 1, 1874 Over 2,000 Premiums. 111 All Entries In Ladies' Department or Floral Hall FREE I An ADD11KSS will bo delivered on (lie First J)ay of tlio l itlr by Hon. T. R. Allen, Mnstcr of tlio Missouri Stnto Grunge. L KTAlKOKMISSOtrill, in,) .TK, J UKI 1CK OF BKUIIKTAIITIIS' nTATB City of Jellerson. July 1st, lf7t In nreorilance nllli Hie provisions of nn act entitled "An act I jr suhmitling C'onslltiitlonnl Amendments to a oteof the peojile," approved Mnreli H. Imt7. the folloivlnir Couelirrent llesolu Hon Is hereby published for the Information of nil ronccrncii. Coneiirrent Itesolullon I'ropotlng an amendment 10 ine nunc l.oiisiiliiiion, in regiiru iu me itcg Islriitloit nf Voters, He It resolved !i" Hie Senate, the House of He pri sentiith es concurring therein l That at the general election to be holilen on mu iiexs I uesiiay aiier ,..,.,. , ..- ember, in the year Ono 'I'.'iousand Klsht Hun. dreil und Hevenly-Koiir, thefHolnK amend ment to the Constitution or this Mate, abolish ing the registration ot voters, shni! be submit ted tu the legal voters or said Mlntu In tiicnt'iniicr nlready protlded bylaw, to-wlli Neeliiiitl. Ihe louitli section of the sciiond nrtlcle of the Constitution of this Stale, Is here by stricken out and roreter rescinded, and the following IsHdopledi The tieiieral Assembly tuny provide by luw for registering all Mites In i ltles and tonus bu lng n popululiuii of more than ten thousand Inhabitants. . AppniMil March 1.1th. lfTll. Ililllclul KL'ULNi: V. WKIOKL, July 3, Ini. Secretary of state. or TUB STATE OF MISSOURI. COLl'MlllA, llOOXK COI'MTT, MO., I August, 3rd, 1071. j TO THE CLKIIK or Tilt HOLT COUNTY COl'IIT! Sir; II Is my duty to Inform you that, under the provisions of au net of the Oeiierul Assem bly, approved April 1, 187i, ,ylde session acts, lev, pp. lud-nu),yoiir counly Is entitled to send to the departments of the State University at Columbia and Holla, during tho year ending July!, 1873, live (.1) students, between Che age. of sixteen and twenty-live years, Under the rules adopted by the Hoard of Cu rators, students ".shall possess a good moral character, and shall pass a satisfactory exam ination in orthography, reading, writing, arith metic andgeugraptiyt" and must pay the fees prescrlbedliy said uei, to-wlti on matriculating an entraucv lee of ten dollars, and u. contingent tee or live dollars and alike contingent Tee at the beginning of the second half yeur, making the whole uniiuut charge twenty dollars. The session begins on the third .Monday In September, nnd continues forty weeks. Careful provision Is made for thu education of young women Iu ull the elusses of tlie Unlversl versltyt uud the elegant und commodious ', Hudson Mansion" lias been set apart and furnished as a home for themi where, under the cure of an experienced Matron, board, fuel mid lights will be provided at l per week, washing ut oil cents per dozen. Iledsleads nnd mattresses will be furnished t other bedding, towels, Ac., students are e. pected to fkirulsli themselves. I beg to cull your attention to tho appended cxtruet from the law on this subject. You will please, After givlngtwo weeks publi cation of this certillente, transmit to me, on or bii.'ori' September Hist, n list ot the names ot ull the oi;IU of jour county who intend to make application lor entrance Into the Uuttcrslty at Hie commencement of the next session. iikinii H.t U nut tiansmilted. students from other counties will be allowed to enter In lieu of those to which your county is cnuiieii. Itounl can be hud In clubs In the college huiliTlngs for mule students ut from (1 to $l..w per nceki In private lamllks ut 3 to l.no. I mi, very lespectAdly, your ob't servant, IIOIHHM' L. TODD, Setrttary Doardof Curcloriof Vniatrtlly nf Mo. 'The Secretary of the Hoard of Curators shall cause to be trunsndtted to the clerk of each county court In this statu ccrtlllcate, staling ine iiiiiiiuer oi pniiiis mtu eucn ooiiuiy is eiiu tb.'d lo send to thu state Unliersltv the next scliulaslio year, which certlilcute shall be puis lisneii oy eueil eunniy iter no 1110 wcckb, ill it newspaper published In siieli county. The ex pense thereof to be allowed by tlie county court, uud paid for out of Ihe county treusury." Tersons desiring to enter the departments of llm State University at Columbia or Holla, are reouiredto muku known their Intention tome on or before September 1, 1871. .11.111.1(1 II1I.V.IVI.H, l.ll'lK, County Court of Holt County, Mo,, Ouuoox, Mo., Aug. S, 1871. Jwi FAIR, 1874. Private Premiums. Thu undersigned wilt pay ut the next Holt County Fair, to be held In tlie full, the follow ing private premiums: For llebt ihoroliirhlired Hull. Iieeil and ftohl by me. llrst premium .... tv.si no 1'orllest 'thoroughbred Hull, bred und sold by me, second premium ... islu 00 Three entries to be made, nn entry fee charged. JOHN U. COH'AN. utr LIVERY, SALE & EEED STABLE. OKKGON, - - MISSOUIir. Till? undersigned having Oiled up a large ami co.mujodlous stable with a t lew to tfieue comuukdatlon of the pnbllo, with new stock uud ull the appointments of a ilrst-class livery, Is well ussnritl that he cuu give sutlslucllou to all who ravof him with their patronage, Hacks, Carriages, Duties and saddle .... -nntor Hire at All Hours, ."Hvfrs fiiruhhed for Hacks and Carriages A Daily Line of Hacks Carrying the mall and passengers between On gun and the Ii: li. ht. Jo, A 0. 11. Itallroad, i rorest City, and making connection wilh a passenger trains, Isruu by the proprietors. FOSTKR i&imO., Titoi-.'s -tr OSWEGO Silver Gloss Starch Xr'oi' tlio Xsiiuiulry, SIANUKACTUltEn HV T. KINGSFORD & SON". HAB lltXOMi; A IIOUSUIIOI.U MitUSSlTV. Its great excellence has merited the commenda tion ori.urupo for American nianufaciiire, Pulverized Corn Starch, riu:i'.rn;i) nv T. K.lt(GS?QrlD) A. SO W. I'.jri.res.ly for food, when It is prnpeiiy made ,.w , uitiut'tf., i. n,,-.v, i ui Krem exeeiitjuue, Fur Nnle by nil rirlclnsas Orocerit. Of BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN, Kspcclally designed for the use of the Ntilctl fre(iiliiiiid the family, luisaesslng those in. rtailcinedlclnul properties 11 Jduli liuloog to au mi OU und lur Uln. it unit mr Uln. Indlsiiensjble to Females, (lood for KUnru Complaint,, A iWioious Tonlo. I'ut up In cases i-'uuuiuiiisT out ucitii boititfieaen. uml nhl by nil dr'tjruUt. Kia.vra. An- A. (. ith.i.w..i, I fit uEiJrSel Mr, WOOXEK FACTORY AMD PLOUKIiYG HILLS. ONE-HALF -MIIiK EAST OP 0EEG01L MO. Having wllhln the last eight months made many Improvements In the machinery and pow er of our factory, thereby greatly Increasing our facilities fordoing work, we are now pre pared to .manufacture many kinds of Woolen Hoods. We Mako a .Specialty of WOOL 0ARDINO, CLOTH WEAVIHQ, BLANEXr WEAV1K0, YAHH BPIHHIS0 AND MAimrAcmiBnio or FIiANNELTOOODQ, JEAHB GOODS, GASSIMEaE AKD 0THEB KIHDB OF W00IEH 000DB Or EVEBI QflADIi WOOL. TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOll PAIsIs AND WIN TEU GOODS. OUR OOOpa A.RE 0tSP0?RB QF TWHQLK5A.I.BPRICM. Blnrc the Application ofour new steam engine our Flouring Mill Is doing admirable work. As we liavc steam tip everr day, we are fully prepared to do a large amount of UIIINDINU both for ourselves ami CUSTOMKltS. Ilrlug along your Wlien-t iml Corn and get your grinding dono with us. Keep constantly ou hand three grades of Hour. Wheat, Corn, Wool nnd Cordwood taken In exchange for floods, Flour, or any thing In our Unc, KUNIiKL 111109. 1874. Omalia& St. Louis Short Line a? n e Mm City, Si. k l ill Is the Only Line To St. Louis, .Ind the East, From Omaha ,1A'D THE 'EST. NO CHANGE OF CARS lletwecn OMAHA nnd ST. LOUIS, and but one between Omaha and ni nn This Is Ihe only Line running a Pullman SLEEPING CAE EAST FHO.M O.IIAIM. On Arrival of the Union Faciflo Express Train 1'iisseiigera Taking other Itoiuei have a dis agreeable Truuslcr at tlio lllver Station, 8Passengc Dnilv. rfiii or Trains Daily, reaching all Eastern & Western Cities Willi Lets Changes .t In advisuesj or other Lines. This entire. Hue la equipped with iMillnitiH Palace Slccpiuir Cars, I'alnce Day Coaclie nud C'hnlr Curs, Miller's Safoty Platform A Couplor, AM) TIIK CELKllUATKH WoMtiiiurliuitiiioVlrXIz-alco SKK THAT YOUlt TICKIVT81KGAD Wa KANSAS CITY. ST. ,TOE?& (JOUJNU1L JiLUFai'b.K dt- VIA OMAHA mdst.:lqitis.. CiTlckets fur aal at aft CoMKir-6lAtleiia. InttTeWest. j VABNA.UI). Uen. t. Kt..J(,eph,iWu. A. C. HAWsTM, Uen. I'usseagtr Agt. Sl.JiphrJIo. Jan 71 Not Broke. M "hi h Sollina; Dry Goods, NotiontJIats. Caps, Quooiiswore aarj uroootics. Clio ftp ex Tfca.11 A.nyOtlof Ilornyo in tlio C01U1 t5v FOR CASH OR COUN TRY 'PRODUCE. waiiauaaui, vi f f, ejjuUj, Store. N'orlh Side of Public Suuare, Sign of Ilowen's New Vork 8loi. ' so. 'f l'oriEn 4 kki:kk. B. T. BABBITT'S Pure Concentrated Potash, Of Houble.the Slrrngtli of any other sAJPONrryiNa substance. 1 'lutve recenllv nerlected a new mti,n.t ne uackjBgmrl'utstsli,.orI.ye, and am now naek. ilutflt-onliiiu tlialls. the coatlnc ,t tvhiK1 win -saponify, mud does not Injure the Soap, It Is cKii,iii'iostw .containing at and lu one lb. llalU, Dil.ln no other wiry. Directions In Kog. Ilsh and OeriiuuAr making hard and son soap wlthdllbjJ'oUsli .occoinnanylng each tackc, llf a.to Washington 8 "V. AMATEUR JOB PRESS TIMS WMT IN 1 1IP. CHGAPtWT fas Printers, Dmrgisti, BasItSH K Ml Br Ut st Hi e cents fur ramphlrl. Address, .1. ouAir (.. 4MC Itootn 4, 8UU UttlUlnf , M If.