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OREGON. - - MISSOURI.
"FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, J.875.
To Eccnre a rrsnlt lock It up.
Fruitful in axe-identsa caopphi;
sea.
The president ot Er.nador, Senor Ga-
unei liarcia Morena, was assassinated
.recentjy.
On Saturday last. 218 sacks of Ans
tralian mail passeh throiigli Omaha, on
tiicir way to ioruion.
Mr. James Lick is stjll hunting for a
good place in which to establish his
observatory. He thinks favorably of
placing " on wounc aainc neiena.
In the recent elcstion in North Caro
lina, the Republicans carried the state
by a majority ot about fiitccn thou
sand. These are nrc ilio HmMwhim m
ons people lie awake nights, with
cocked ears and snapping eyes, lis
"toning to the noises made by burglars
in uiu uoosc.
?i) Norway, the longest day lasts
.iwku inpiuns. 'inc man who six monms
njjo promised to call in a day or two
and settle his little bill, must have gone
10 .Norway on a visit.
A Colninbia professor, reproving a
.youth for the exercise of his lists, said:
,"Ye tight with our heads here." The
-youth reflected, and replied that batting
wasn't considered lair at his last
school."
Does the court tin(lrrRrnnil rnn tn kiv
iji'at yon saw the editor intoxicated?
'Nqtaj;all, sir, only I've seen him in
such a 'a a a flurry as to attempt
.to cut out copy with the snuffers ;"lhat's
nil " f'
How the needs of the poor are minis
tered to in Ohio Is shown by a report of
the commissioners of Franklin county
recently published in the Columbus
Journal. On.e item rends: "Whisky
"for the poor, $5G CO." Another: -Bread
lor the poor, $1C S5."
It appears that n band of masked
..marauders has been stirring np the
Jieople of Floyd county, Iowa, in a
manner similar to that adopted by the
rnnrdcrers of Southern Illinois. The
j-inglcadcr of a gang ol desperadoes
lias been arrested and is on trial, and
.ihe developments are awaited with
much interest.
Chicago le reported to be the second
city in the United States in the amount
'of tea imported direct from China. Of
'this season's crop the dealers report
that Chicago received 16.2S1 pounds,
and New York 32.944. San Francisco
Teports 21,708 pounds, but a large
amount of this is old tea.
Gen. B. F. Buttler, in an address on
.the day of the O'Conncll celebration,
said: "There arc more children born
of Irish mothers in this state of Massa
chusetts each year than are born of anj'
other mothers of any other nationality.
It is a mere question of time, therefore,
.who shall govern Massachusetts."
At n circus, while the rope-walker
.was going through his performance, a
hoy nbc-nt twelve years old turned to
an acquaintance of the same age and
. Temarked : "Tom, don't you wish you
could do that ?" "Yes, 1 do," sadly re
plied Tom, "bnt my lolks make me go
to school and are determined that I
shan't never be nobody !"
The postmaster at St. Louis having
remonstrated with the postal depart
ment at Washington, for making ar
rangements to send a fast postal-train
to Chicago and none to St. Lonis. the
department at Washington responds
that Chicago disposes, of abont ten
times as much mail matter as St.
Louis.
A writer on church statistics gives
the capacity of the largest cathedrals
in the world, as followes: St. Peter's,
54.000; Milan. 37,000; St. TanVs. Lon
don, 25.000; St. Sophia, Constantino
ple. 23.000; Notre Dame. Paris, 21.000;
Pisa, 1S.000; St. Mark's, Venice, 7,000.
The Board of Railroad Commission
crsffof't his State, was in session at. St.
Lonis last week. The Board report
.that several ol the roads have con
formed -their rates to the new law,
greatly' to the gratiCcation -of their
patrons and. pecuniary benefit to them
selves. Charlton county farmers are selling
porn at la cents per bnshel. Our
farmers expect to do betlerthan that,
although, liftcen cenU this year will
give them, as much money as thirty
cents did iast year, for the crop is fully
twice ns large to the ai-TC.DeKaib
Beguler,
The Washington Internal Revenue
department have received a bid offer
ing to pay twenty-one hundred dollars
per month fpr the privilege of printing
fhe stnmpB tree. It is supposed that
this company expects to be indemnified
py the advertisement which It gets by
printing its name and business on the
stamps.
Couldn't Tell a Lie.
M. Quad relates that as onp ot the
dozen old women who drivp milk-carts
around petrp.It was rattling across Ihe
Pamphs Mhrilus, yesterdaj', a chap
Wearing lavender pants and bright blue
Itcefetie motioned for to slop, and then
approached and inquired :
"J)o you put water In your milk ?"
"Ycsf sir," -was (ho prompt reply.
'Ah, ha ! So you own right up, do
youP" " '
- "Yes, sir."-
Her prompt reply rather staggered
nira, but after some hesitation he ask
pd: "And what make? yon do it ?"
"Because ils much healthier for
calves whpn mixed half and half!" 6ho
rctorted.-
She waited for him to ask another
question, but he couldn't think of any.
Curioim Action of a Cougar.
A few weeks ago a gentleman wlio
had just arrived in the country, while
In search of agricultural lands in Lewis
jounty. passed along an old road, when
a largo -cougar came ont of the woods
and walked alongside ot him for some
jifty yards, nccaslonally rubbing him
self against the man's legs and lying
down in the road in front of him and
rolling like a cat. Finnlly he got in the
man's way and he gave it a kick, when
the cougar jumped in the road In front
of the man and began to growl and
show his teeth. At this the man became
frightened and commenced iialloojug.
which was heard by Mr. Gpffaud some
other gentlemen who happened to be in
(ho woods near by, lookin" lor horses.
They had their guns and dogs with
them, and went to the. man's ald. The
dogs chased the cougar up a tree with
in fifty yards of the road, where the
men shot and killed liini. Ho was an
unusually large one. Olympia, (W
3".) Transcript.
Condensed History of Missouri.
In 1812, Missouri became a territory,
with the capital at St. Louis. Daniel
Boone, the pioneer of Kentucky, xcr
moved to Missouri and became a Span
ish subject, was aiso the pioneer of
M'tsonfi. In 1820, Missouri entered
the Union, with Xhos. 11. Benton as
one of her Senators at W.-ishington.and
in 1825 the state capital was pitched at
Jcnerson Uity. hen tlie btate entereu
tnc Union there were above 70,000 in
habitants, of whom 11.000 were slaves
In 1832 the young State engaged in
the Black Hawk war, and in 1837 sent
a regiment to the Horatio or Seminole
war. At the breaking out of the Mex
ican war. Missouri sent an expedition
to Leavenworth to capture Santa Fo
- .1 y-i 1 1. .. - ' .. .1 . 1.
cv and under A. W. Doninhan and
Sterling Price, the latter a member of
Crngrcss. Sterling Price prcsmcti over
the convention to consider secession at
Jefferson Citv. Missouri was lirst seen
by DcSoto, 1011. and by Marquette and
Jolipt in 1073. and bv 1iSalle in 10f-
In 1705, just a century before Lewis
and Clarke ascended the Missouri, a
French exploring party rowed up its
current to Kansas. The first emigra
tion to the state was in the time ol the
Mississippi bubble, Dctwcen 1731 and
1731. In 1762 the French of Illinois
crossed the i ivcr to Missouri, to con
tinue to bo snbiccts of France. The
State was settled at Sto. Genevieve
about this time, and the Illinois
French, long afterwards, called their
poorer compatriots on the MissonrI
shore, derisive names. They named
Stc. Genevieve, "Misere," (starva
tion.) St. Louis. "Plain Court" (short
ot breau.) ana uaronticicnt, "viue
Poche" (nary red.) New Bourbon was
settled by Royalists, at the time of the
French revolution. For forty years
the Snanish. not the French, owned
the beggarly settlements in the present
State or Missouri, turn leuo inc Ameri
can flair replaced theirs over the post of
St Louis. This place had been tonnd
cd by Pierre Laclede Ligncst, in No
vember, 1G3. and settled uy Angnste
Chotcan in 1704. It possessed 1.000
sonls when the Americans took it.
St. Louis Progressive Warltl.
w.m i.v irEnzEGornwi.
The rebellion in Turkey has constant
ly loomed, until at the conclusion of the
week the government announced its
determination to put eighteen thousand
troops in the field to quell the uprising.
News has been telegraphed during the
week of the storminjr and capture of
several tortiiicu places, ot tnc cutting
of the telegraph wires, and ot the gen
erally unobstructed progress of the reb
els. Much of the news, it is true.
comes through Sclavonic, and therefore
sympathetic channels, and is likely to
be ranch exaggerated. At one time it
was said that the Turkish troops refus
ed to march to meet tne insurgents in
the mountain passes; and again it was
reported that thousands of men in the
Austrian province of Daltnr.tia were
preparing to join the people of the re
volted provinces. Anstria offsred to
interfere for the pac!3cst:on ot Herze
govina; bnt fhe Porte rclnsed to accept
the offer. In the meantime, it appears
that the amassauors at Constantino
ple, of Russia. Anstria, and Germany,
held a prolonged conference with the
Turkish minister ot state and proposed
a suspension of hostilities, with a view
to obtaining a Knowledge ot the griev
ances of the insurgents; bat this pro
position was also declined. There
seems now a prospect that the nations
mentioned, togetner with Lngland.
France, and Italy, will unite in a de
mand, whicu JUirKPy must heed, that
the latter shall carry ont in good faith
the reforms heretofore promised, but
never enforced. The London Times,
in a leading article, says that it any
mode be devised of giving Herzegovina
and liosnia an independence similar to
Scrvia, it will be a great relief to the
YoTta and an advantage to Europe.
The article points to a gradual but in
evitable disruption of the Ottoman em
pire and protests against- the supposi
tion that the English foreign policy will
be governed by the interests of holders
of Turkish bonds.and saj's that "When
ever the moment arrives for further
step towards the liberation of Turkish
ontlying provinces, wo need not hesi
tate to astist the movement if that
course appear desirable."
Proi. Jenny, in a recent letter to the
Indian bnreau from the Black Hills,
says ho has found gold In paying quan
tities In that region for men who toil
for the precious metal with experience,
skill and capital. He says: "While
the valnblc placer deposits, as far as
discovered, are by no means rich or
very extensive, compared with those
of California, still there is enough of
the preclons metal to develop the coun
try, and stock raising and agricnltnre
will do the rest. In testing the depos
its on Spring creek I worked ont a par
ticularly rich spot where an old chan
nel has been cut across by the presnt
bed at the creek, and in ten hours work
with a small sluice, nbtained five-sixths
of an onnec of gold, or about fifteen
dollars and a half. The soldiers had
previously panned ont ot the same
place not less than two ounces of gold
and, in measuring the amount of grav
el washed, I found that the total yield
was at the rate of four dollars per cu
bic yard, or obout three cents to the
pan as an average for the whole thick
ness of deposits."
SM'GUEIR accmjEJVT.
Seven Hundred Sheep Literal
ly Frightened to Heath.
From tbe Alameda (Col.) Independent.
Last week wo mentioned the loss of
a large number of sheep in the hills
back of Mission San Jose, belonging to
Mr. Ashnrst, but were misinformed ns
to the mode of their death. It was not
by rushing down a precipice, but
in another and most singular way that
the misfortune occurred. The sheep,
to the number of abont 2,500, were
quietly feeding on a hill about three
miles east of Mission San Joso on Sun
day afternoon, July 4th, when a man
who had been a short time working for
the owners the sheep, suddenly uttered
a loud yell, which hud tho effect of
fiighteniiig the' sheep. They immedi
ately commenced running down hill as
thej: could. At or near the bottom ot
the hill;i large pateh of poison oak was
growing, and they rushed pell-mell in
to it. Here their legs got so entangled
that they could not move. Meanwhile
the others belli. id still camu rushing
down upon them, until they were piled
in layers, six deep, one upon the other.
Of course the most of them were soon
suffocated and dead. 4
One of the owners came to the spot
within ten minutes afterward, and with
tho aid of a Spaniard succeeded in pull
ing out and losei.ing about 0 head.
But the nni.iber that lost their lives in
this strange way was 700 in nil. It is
supposed that tho yell given by the hir
ed man was done for the purpose of
starting the sheep off to camp.
The tfiecji were woilh $: .10 to
per head. One of the brothers, tho
gentleman fiom whom we got our in
formation, is so disguMed with tho re
sult that he is determined to sell oit.
A"E IVAD VER T1SEMENTS
DAUCHY & CO-
Advertising llonse.lfll Fulton Streit.Ncw Ycrfc
4 Farlnna In It. Everv fnmilv Iiiits it.
ft. Sold by Agents, . W. WAl.lvEK, Erie,
To.
Tol llTn-4
AGENTS WANTED 2ff&S
for the lef t
clipn first
and fotrat u'llini; Bil))c ever publhlml. Send
for circtdnr and o-ir eitra terms to Agenta.
NATIO.VAt. I'Ulil.ISllINU CO..
7v4 orCliicas", 111., St- Lous, Mo.
Agent Wnntcrt Tor i New ltOc.U
Sucucks i" KusiincKS.
TrrvTxr To
MONEY.
JIU VV MAKE
ellin very fnst. Send liir Circulars, r. .
ZIEuCei: CO., 201 S. Clark Sir., Chicago,
III- ,n4
810. TO 8500. o1,eri!.a.1ir7ot
fortune. A 72 paRc book entitled: "Men and
Idioias or Wat A7r," explaining ever iiung.
r.-nATrn to-r-rm JOHN IIICKI.IM!
SJiilN 1 V IIJIjILi. CO., Bankers &
llrokcrs, 72 uroaaway, cw lore. .ivi
11 l IjJlU.'ll...'' 1 , .......... ...
Jt How either sex miy fa'cinale and gain the
love and affection or any pemnn they ehoose, in
stantly. Tills simple, mental acquirement all
can !osess, free by mall, Tor i" cents: tocether
with a Marrinsp Ouide, Ktryptiati irae.tc-
nvMiiitiviV 111. Cf.tTT. nil AI'MIVf?
Dreams. IlhiM lu ladies. A queer uook. lui.
Outsold. Address T WILLIAM & CO.. llib
Philadelphia. la.
St. Francis Solanus College
Quine-y, Illinois,
Organize!! ltW), chartered 1873. Opens its six
teenth Scholastic Year. Monday, September
Gill 1S75. The course of Mudiei embraces the
classical and mei cant lie brandies .
TKKMS or Srnlon of Jlre vonlht ; Board,
luili.n. vHithiwj, rte , $! IX)
Telegraphing and Instrumental Mii9ic extra,
ravmenl in advance Vttr particulars apply to
- Itcv. A. 3ICF.I.IXII, O. H- V..
7W4
President.
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSE
A'ESS, AISD A LI. THROAT DISEASES,
XJko
WELLS' CAEBOLIC TABLETS,
...T-r- it. nvi.v tv tu.iir. noxi-a.
A TBIED AND SUBE BEMEDY.
SohlbyDruggLts. '
Wbcraver It Been Trlcil
Has established Itfelf as n iierlect regulator mid
scnE remedy for disorders of the jli-lii ari
sing from improper action or the J.her and
i sow in.
It I Hot a Physio, hut by stimulating the
secretive organs, gently d gradually removes
all impurities, and regulates tbe entire system.
It I Hot a Doctored Bitten, but is a
Vecretiille rJConic
t men UBBisia tiii-auuii, - ...- ...
appetite Tor fowl necessary to Invigorate the
.i ..wi inartli-e urirxns . and cives strength
m ,-.-,t at... I thn. ..Ilmiiliitpil the
to nil the vital forces.
It Carries Its Own Beccmmcncl&tioTi, ns tne
large and rapidly increasing sales testily . Price
OnS Dollar a botttle. Ask, your druggist fnr
it. FULLER i FULLER, Chicago, 111. . hole
sale Agents. 'w
JVE TV JIB VER TlSEMEWTS
Farm For Sle!
F
658 Acres Enclosed with
Good fence.
6 Substantial Farm Houses
Best Were! Fam in Hortliwcst Missouri
lOOO Fruit Trees of Dif
ferent Varieties.
.u ci . win i. onl.l 1 ft. nrr acre, one-
fouriu'casb; Uie balance ou tirne at ten per
cent. . . . ....
ror further particulars ''YjictiHONn.
tIjs traljr, Uoit county. Mo.
E. D.HAEKLAHD,
J. W. STOKES.
imm k STOKES.
Attorneys & Counsolors-at-Law.
. . . tt rs.,,ta ri VnrlhlVPfit
will nraciice in a mcwuw .
MIso'i? SouUieast Nebraska and Xortheat
Suecial Attention Given to CoMons.
Careful anu panicumr
business entrusted to them.
Examination r records ortitlcato realretatc,
rurnishlngabstracu oftitlewhen required.
Deeds, Mortgages. Bonds. Contractsj l 'h-
cr instruments icgauy ""'", Ti"r
made, io. All busines. appertaining to their
profession promptly attended to.
Thev conlldeutly hotie and exiiect a reasona
bffire ofthe pracle of thefr prori-ssion In
the Courtsof Northwest Missouri.
Office, Second Floor in the Brick Block over Ctad-
ricaac call up ami sec us. 5-
East Side of tbe Square.
DEALERS IN
IBEtSD
Stoves & Tinware,
And Manufacturer of
Guttering, Tin Hoofing, Fruit Caus,
And all Kinds of Tinware
Stamped & Japaned Ware,
And the Best Patterns of
Cooking and Heating
stoves-
Kept conntantly on hand.
repairing Ol an jtinus iirompny aiienueu iu.
11. J. KYGEE,
Donlor in all Kinds cf
FlttE LigU0Rf Wilier M-A.LT
Mr. Kvcer. being always on the lookout to
serve his customers with the befct liipiors, has
made arrangements and will lecp ronstanly on
hsnd, O'OimaldiO. K. liquo .the finest manu
factured, direetly from Hi- .-mucky maiiuruc
turing rjnipauv. A lino
BILLIARD HALL
is also connected with his establishment for all
llioc who wMi to partlripalelu tills popular
game. Oivc him a rail.
One door north or the Trlssat House, Oregon,
Mo. Hi
SAU.'.'DKUS HOUSK.
It. SAUNDKU3
Cur 3d &. I'urlon stt. , M.
Joseph.
BEAUMONT & HILL,
B
And Dealers In
Fruits of all Kinds,
NORTH FIDE r-UELIC SQUAKE,!
QclEGQK, MIS5CHJRU
Ire Cream, Lemonaile, Maple Sugar, Fresh
and Cove Oysters In their season, Fancy Kan
dies, and i-vtrjlliins usually round In a first
clas Confectionery btorc. 45
Itanniactnrer and Sealer in
FURNITURE
Place of Business on
Washington Av. our door IVortll
Sentinel Office
OREGON. - - - MISSOURI.
Special Attention Given to the
Manufacturing of nil Kinds
of Furniture.
nn pnr.it-nl the services of Mr. A. Ilasness
an ohl citizen of lids plaee. and one of the bstt
workmen In Noriiivvei .inssouri, anu is iuht
prepared to do nil kinds of work in the furni
ture, line, ineludiiiK ivpairinsand re-varnishing,
onlhenimt reasonable terms mid on short
notice. Also fully prepared f.r the
Havinir conslanlly on hand eotlins of all sites,
and oftbe llnett workiuanship.
All areiinited to examine his stock before
purehasins elsewhere. 25
$ 4c 9 9 0 9 0 0
Fire Insurance Capital !
1 1 have the agency of the Continental Insur
ance Company of New York, for Holt eounty,
and will take all good risks, renew all policies
expiring, and transact any other bmiucss for
the company.
I would say to all my friends, the
is one of the best Companies in the United
States so don't Insure in any "Wild Cnl Com
panies. A. GOSI.IN, A Kent.
North Side Public Square, Oregon, Mo.
J7
it County Steaa lib
X. Davenport,
CRAIC?C MlGURte
JlANTKACTfUICIl OF
Fancy and Medium Grades
cf Flour.
And Bolted Cm Meal.
Bran and Ground Peed Constant
on Hand
Cnsli Pniil for Cum ami Wlicnt.
31 '
A Good Farm For
Sale.
Coxtaixixo oni: nu.vnnr.n acuf.s.
twmty iicrcsoritbeiiiKgooil Hickory Um
ber. OO Acres In Cultivation.
The farm U altnatnl on the divide, between
the Missouri ami Nodaway rivers, In what is
known as HIiik'n Urnvr. lias a sooil supply
of wider, fair bouse, lGxTjfeet, n icood orchard
some of the api'le, peach anil pear belne In
bcarini;, only !' of n mile troni school. Will
1m- sold cbea.i und on easy terms. Apply to
V. Fuller. King's Urove.or John fc. McKnight.
Oregon, Mo. 21 mi
Ira D. Stocking,
JK1VEI.EK & WATCHMAREH,
North Side Public Square,
OREGQMe MlQURt.
39tf
SILVER
is GOOD.
But the ladies of Oregon and vicinity
u2uuthatnitt Queenswaro,
Glassware, Cutlery,&c.
for sale by Win. Raskins, is much bet
ter, as durable and cheaper; and if any
of you doubt it, just go and sco for
yourselves . 25tf
LOOK HERE
A fio. 1 Farm of lOO Acres,
One mile South of the City of Oregon.
For Sale Cheap.
Prrann drslrinir to iinrchase a comfortable
home w 1th Apple Orchard and other fmtt trees
In nininiiniir.e. tnirt-ther with other cood and gen
eral Improvements, will do well t Jook at this
ueiore purcuasmK eicvic.
,pply for tennsto Lilburn Green uiion the
premises or to w. iia lunn, aceni.
TEAS! TEAS!
Tin. rlmirest In Ihe world Importers' nrices
larpest Company in America staple artlcU
pieasescver) body trade continual! increasing
Agents wanted every where best Inducements
don't waste time send for circular to
BOBEHT WELLS,
43 Voscy Street, Sew York.
P. O. Itox 1287.
PRICE LIST.
Oolonr, III ack 40, Ml, 00 , best 70 e Is .-per pound.
Mlx8d,l.'rn4-lk W,W,C0,best70cts. "
Japan.uiicoloreil-W, 70, SO, DO, best
l.i "
Imperial Grecn-CD, 70, 80. 00, best
$1.00 "
Youn" Hysoa. Green SO, ta, 70, 80,
DO, tt.UO, best $1.05.
Ounpowtler.Oreen l.to, best $1.30
English Breakfast, Itlack-C0. 70. 80,
W, best $l.UU "
N. It. We have asneclality of Garden Growth
Young Hyson and Imperial at 91. a), and Oolong
i:.tra Choice Sl.no.
55If one of orr Avi ids Khould not call upon
you, a-l for n pound sample ol any kind you
require. Uncle"" the money, and we will for
ward It to you, wt return mail withoutanvex
tru cliurec '6tf
1ST 187
THE
OLDEST PAPER
IX THK BEST
Agricultural County
IS THK
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city subscribers by carrier.
A. KLIPPEL
Publisher & Proprietor,
Jckb 12. 187
NICHOLS, SIIEPARD & CO.'S
tots?" Tkmk
ii
The BRILLIANT SUCCESS r this Grain
Saving. Timc-Savinp THRESHER, is unpre
cedented in the annals or Knnn Slarhinery. In
a hriefperiod it has become T7idely known and
FULLY ESTABLISHED, as the "LEADIHQ
Threslilng Machine"
on.llV ItAIHl'.ItS TtrFi:.ii: to submit to
the wasteful anil imptrfeet work or other
Threshers, whejpoted on the tat tupcrtority
or mis oi.e, n.r saving grain. jaTin;; iiun-, ouu
ilnlnir fnt. tlinrnn-rh snd ecrnr.mienl work.
THRESUERMEH FIND IT highly advanta
geous to Tim a machine that has no "Heaters, "
"lMckera," or Apron," that handles Damp
Grain, Img. Straw, Ilcailings, Flax. Timothy,
Millctt and all such diCIcult grain und seeds,
with Kutlro crkc mill EfrcctlTCriea.1.
('Iran in i.f rrw-tliin : anres the farmer his thresh
bill by i-JUrn saving iifgrninimakes no Litter-
IiKm!' r.mrn-M liMm lluail nuclinirthc usual
lieltv. Ito.xes. Journals, and UearsieHSierman-
fti?t-il: teas reiiairs: one that crain raisers prefer
to employ anu witii lur, CTen ninumnna
nrli-n. u-niti nlhcr mnrhinps Are a4out of
Jobs
Four lie nmde with O, S, 10 nnd 12
horne'31oniitel"I,onerii, alsoa sjiecialty
of Separators alone," exnressly for Steam
rim it, unu lomaun oincr norsc l-owers.
If intirested In craln raising, or threshing.
writs fur Illustrated Circulars ttntjrtt with full
particulars orsizes, rtjies, prices, terms, eic.
nii;iiui.s, aiir.i-jKu & .u.,
40 Battle Cretk, Michigan
13. X. POTTE .
M Mi, Bui Seil Oi
SellinK Dry Goods, Notions, Hats,
luaps, uuoonswarc ana
Grocories.
Any Othtsr Hoiihc in tlio
s oitncy.
FOR CASH OR COUN
TRY PRODUCE.
THAKKFUL FOE FAST FAVOTtS WE ASK TKh
CUNTIMUAHUi; Of tju; BAbU;.
Store, North bide of l'ublio siiuare, Sign ol
ttoweu-sew lort aiore.
totf n. T. FOTTEB.
City Meat Markte
D. Foster Sc Jix-o
IK DKALEng
Fresh
Meats
OS SOllJIWAr STREET, ONE WEST OP TCnUC
SgL'AUK, AMI NNXT ImXK TO LtVERT
STABLE,
QR.EQQM
MISSOURI
4CV1
MEDICAL.
Dr. J. Walker's California
TIncgar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the native herbs found on tho lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked,
" "What is tho causo of tho unpar
alleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters T" Our answer is, that thoy
rcmovo tho causo of disease, and
tho patient recovers his health. Thoy
aro tho great blood purifier and a
life-giving principle, a perfect Eeno
v&tor and Inrigorator of tho system.
Never before in the history of the world
has a medicine been compounded pos
sessing tho remarkable cjoalities of Vik
eoar Bittsss in healing tbe side of
every disease man is heir to. They are
a gontla Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Diseases
.The properties of Dr. Walk-
sa's VixzoAa bitters are Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tiv, Diuretic, Sedative, Connter-IrriUnt,
Sudorific, Alterative and Anti-Bilious.
11. 11. JIeDO.VAL.U u Ct).,
Druggist &. Gen. AgU, San Francisco. Califor
nia. & enr. of Washington and Charlton StaX.Y
Sold by all Druggist md Dealers.
volXtiolyl
NEW
PETER
PROvisicisrs &c.
(NoaTitSiUE rtM.icpQ.UAaE,)
QREQQMe - - - - MQ
m
DRY. OOOliK ft
HATS &JL'APS,
UOO-fS & SHOES,
WALIj papkr,
AOTIOXS,
Queens ware.
Sec, &c., Itec, &e.,
Wc sell Lower for dish limn any other
house in the city ami county. We take all
kliuls oi
COUNTRY PRODUCE
in excuange Oooils. Coiue anil try us I
3?ETJUT & SON.
AOENTS WANTED FOB
PATHWAYS OF
TtE Holy Liio
Being a full description or Palentine, itr Histo
ry. Antiquities, Inhabitants and customs, ac
cording to the. great discoveries recently made
by the Palestine Exploring Expeditions. It sells
. . r.-i, t i r . .
n. Dit... tmu ... urn cau. icxius iu uiruis,
and see why it sells fa.ter than any other book!
Address, 1JATI0SAL PUB, CO. Oucagts HL, or
Bt.Iuii. Mo - Jlw (
IS
d SON,
h Mi an bm,
1875.
Omalia& St.Lonis Shor Line
Kansas City, t Joe 2'
sS.IL
Is the Only Line To
St. Louis,
.Ind the East, From
Omaha
1AT TIME WEST.
NO CHANGE OF CAES
Between OMAHA and ST. LOUIS, una bat
one between Omaha and
hi nn
This Is the only Line running a
Pullman SLEEPING CAR
EAST FROM OMAHA,
On Arrival cf tha Union Pacific Express Train
Passengers Taking otner uoutei nave a dis
agreeable Trausfer at tbe ltlver Station.
6
Passenger Trains
Daily, reaching all
Eastern & Western Cities
WlthLcs Changes & 1st dvane OfOtber
juinem.
This entire line Is eonlnped ivith
Pulliaait Palace Sleepiat; Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and C'kalr
Cars,
Miner's Safety Platform Coupler,
ASD THE CELEBRATED
WcstinehousoAIrBrake
SEE THAT Yonn TICKETS BEAD rU
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOE &
UUUJNUlit JILUFJJ'S K- ii-
VIA
OMAHA AND ST. LOUIS.
3TIckcta for Bale at &U Coupon Stations
iu iuc i ce.
J. F. BAKXAKB.
Gen. Snpt. St. Joseph, Mo.
A. C DAWES,
Uen. l'asaenger Agt. St. Jwejih. Mo.
O. H. HETTLETOH,
Ucncral Manager.
A U lUWUIa
Uen'l
a'l traveling Jgent,
Kansa. City, Mo.
Jan'S
Favorite SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL PKIXCll'AI. FOISTS
East!
THE "OLD RELIABLE" & POPULAR
HANNIBAL & ST. 1
Rail Road Line.
0 THR.G EX.PaES TRA.IK3
Dailv.EuuIntJed with Milter's Pa'entSalVty
w Platform, Coupler l!uHer,& th-i celrbrated
WESTHIGHOUSE PATENT A IE BRAKES
The most perfect protection Hgalntt accidents In
me worm.
XEIF and ELEGANT DAY COAl'IIES
ANU TWO DAILY LINES OF
FCLLHA.V PAkVlCi: SI.EF.PINa CAMS
ABE BOS TUBOCGU THOU KAXNAS CITY TO
QUINCY, GALESBUHG, MK
CHICAGO
WITHOUT CliVf.Vtf J?.
Also, a daily Line of
Pullsaa's Palace SleepiBg Cars
FItOM ATCHINOX AND S'. JOSEPH TO
JACKSONVIIiE and 8PRIHGFEELD
ANU
New and Klegnnt Day Coaches
ri;uu
KAPHAS CITY to INDIANAPOLIS and
CINCINNATI
WITHOUT CH.1J'GE.
Through Tickets for sal a at ail the Principal
FARC ALWAYS AS LOW AS BY ANY
ROUTE.
BAGGAGE CHECK KD TIlROlCU TO ALT.
PUINCIPAI. fULVR.
To seenre all the modern imnovemeuts in
Railway traveling. PnrctuiM TleketM Tt
the llnnnibal Jt HU Joaepti Short Line
"Qiiiiicy Route,"
Avol ling all Transfers. Ferries and Changes
of Cars.
T. PKNFIF.LD, L. W. TOWJJE,
Gen'l Ticket Agent. (Jcn'lSuii't.
aprl8-;3-U
CHEAP FARMS FOR SALE
For sale, the Farm of Patrick Fitzmonis.
three miles north or Forest City, Holt county.
Mo., containing
563 ACBBS,
340 of which U under cultivation, 1G0 acres ot
Burr Oak, WiUnut, Pin Onk. LIuii and
other Native Timber of good quality. Good
Running Water and two Living spring.
The improvements consist of a substantial
2 Story Brick House.
40X13, with good cellar and kitchen, and other
buildings. A line Well of Water and Stock
Well. 6M acres or young Hearing Orchard. No
better land can be found In Holt county for a
Stock Farm.
Price, 13 X dollars per acre cash; or 1SK col
lars per acre, one-half cash, the remainder In
two yearly payments, properly secured.
ALSO, the Farm of Thomas Fitxmorria font
miles north or Forest City, containing
200 ACBS,
80 acres In cultivation, the remainder Good
Timber, with good Running Water. The Im
provements consist or a GoodNewr Story-A
k Ilutr Vrarar. Ilonae, 30X16, good Well
of Water, and tine Young Orchard, and can be
bought for ten iLdlars per acre cash.
Termt: 910 dollars (er acr. one-third cash,
the remainder In one and two years.
These gentlemen wish to Jo n their relatives In
the State of Oregon, which is their reason for
Offering tnetr property ai suco iow ugurcs.
A nnl v niton the n remits, or of
Land A rent. Oregon. Mo
r-p s. Ihavesiveral othsr farms for sal
1sm8 W. IL.Agt.
1 Louis I Morgan k,
mum. H.:rasra, eusiuks mml
. COD north sixth STnEET, Under Ltndelrl
Hotel.
St. X-sonis, 3Co.
Tills comuanv does a ireneral Land Acencr
Bnslness. Negotiates Loans, Ac. Especial at
tention given to the purchase and sale of Mines
and Mineral Lands, orgaulxing Mining Com
panies, Ac.
uur determination is to mase our omce ine
Headnuartea fur all Mlnina- Men visltlnr our
city. Wo refer tthe business community of
St, Louis. W . . .
Our facilities for selling lands are unsurpass
ed, from the fact that we propose to Issue a
Monthly Paper of our1 own. soon as ourlUt
of lands will Justify, which we will distribute
Free throughout the Eastern States and Europe,
thns bringing your properties before the public,
to the best advantage.
All business corresnonoence anouid be ad-
drcsned to '
Wm. II. WILSOW, Business Manager.
M
AHEBJCM 1 41 "BLUE,
Pot Laaadry tsi Eimseluli ITm.
Assrim uitnaaiiM Woiti, itrotI. I.
Our Wash Ttln I. in , .,M T
don not streak, contains nothing; Injuriotu tq
health or fabric, and is used by ail the laundrie
on account of lu pleasing effect and cheapness.
Superior for whlu washing. Pat up In packages
. """"r nse. meeio cents tacn.
For sale by grocers everywhere. Always ask
c0hcade&i.WA8U
BinriituiHi umtAHAaurE W0EKB.
omce, it wuiatTSew Tork,
IE1 J JUL S
For Sale
BY THE UNDEESI6NED.
One farm of one hundred acres, 43 acres la
cultivation, balance Good Timber, Uood Farm
Houte and liarn, small bearing Orchard and
Vineyard, situated seven miles East of Oregon,
12 Irons Savannah and 18 from St. Joseph. For
ty acres are planted In corn .
Will sell for2.0C0; terms easy.
I Will also sell my other farm, situated near
the above, containing 100 acres, 45 In cultiva
tion, tbe balance in good timber. I will sell
this farm for J1.80O. Title to both farms yer-
reet. Terms easy. SAM UAODT.
P. O. Addriii, Oregon, Mo. 3tr
KINGS P.OBDff
OSWEGO
Pure
AND
Silver Gloss Starch.
ITox the LavBdry,
MANUFACTURED ItY
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
Tbe Best Stare la the wma
OlYES A TlEATmnTL fciish io Tnc
Linen, aniUbedltrerenee In cost between it and
common starch Is scarcely half a cent for an or
dinary washing. Ask yoar grocer for It.
XZNGSrOXD'S
OSWEGO CORN STAUCH,
rC2 F0EDI1G5,ELAIC USEE, ICE C1E1I, tC
la tbe oriainal Established In 1848. And n re
serves Its reputation as Purrr Stronger and
more delicate than any other article of tbe kind
out rei, enner oi me same name or witn outer
titles.
srEVEXSON MACADAM. Th. I.. It., tbe
bigbest chemical authority cf Europe, carelully
analysed this corn starch, and says It U a most
excellent article or diet and In chemical and
feeding properties Is fully o(aal to the best ar
row root.
Directions for making poddiagf . costards, lc
accompany each one pound package.
For Sal hjr all Flret-elsss tirmn.
45
St Nicholas for
1874.
A Book for Set and Girls.
orthtskookCIIAltLESliCULrA WABNES
writes:
"In the bound volumnofST. Nlcuous, with
its glory of red aud gold, we have a permanent
adilitiouto the literature of the young. Never
before has so much 111 nary and artistic taleat
co-operated in the service of children. It Is a
continual educator of their tte and of their,
honor aud courage. I do not see how it can be
nude any telter, and It the children don't like
it I think It is time to begin to change tbe kind
or children in this country."
St. Nicholas for 1875.
3tiir pruepectubof tboecoud volume tiow
that there i. to be no falling off. bat an iacreaae
tn Us literary and pictorial attractions. Among;
otlo-r attractive ft-atnrrs are
ftra Sjleild serial Sieriu
"ihe vuim; mjkvkyok,"
by J. T. Tbowbrigde, antbor of the Jack Ilaz
ardbtories. etc.
"EIGHT COTJSIUS,"
by Loci? a it . Aixorr , author of Little Wom
en." etc.
The peculiar features of Sr. Nicxoua, which
have cuuduced so largely to its potalarity, will
be kept np with spirit:
Isburt ami easy stories In W3CE, 8ZZXAX,
AND LATIN for trrnslaiion, ilt anue r ocea
simialiy. while JACX-1H-THWBLKT. TSX
UZTIJUL JSuA. aui xax. j imi
cunlimir to lie run onurerrni. ana tne ueart.
oieni lor very joung reaiierawiu neeniargea.
lUraaD Ta.zu and other distinguished trav
ellers will givt Stories of Foreign Countries.
Jlir. HiDicixo wiUeontiuue his series of de
lightful aud instructive Papers on Practical Sub
ject. Mb. Dautlett and others will attend to the
department orilome KnlcrtaiumenU, Tableaux
Vivauts, etc.
New writers, In addition to our present large
con's of contributors, will give young people of
all eyea.Pocma JinUs Stfiries Bxatetei.asaPs
next on History Hicerapiy Travel Aaventara
rlatnral Kin cry Onwtcor and In-daer Sparta
Boy and Girls' Hand craft XindergarUB
Games literature fcpolar Stiaaca with a
hearty spriuklingof fua througboot the volume.
Price, I3.MS year, but up to Jan. 1st we
will semi the twelve sinnins for tbe year Just
dosed (Vol. I.) for only SZ.M. The same,
KLEOAXTLT BOCND1.V It Lb Jk Ml COLD, Will be
sent, charge paid, for V4.UU.
One year', subscription and twelve back num
bers, V3.UO.
une ;
year's subscription and votvui oxx,
j as above, sent t bargee psid. for M.M.
BOl'NU I
J3-AM Pottage trill be Prepaid tj a.
wmnsr.a st
Ho. 6M Sroadw7, Bw York.
St. Louis Hotel.
BAR3VX PRATT, Prsyrietara,
Cer. SecoHd aad Walmait Streets
ST. LOUIS MO.
Locate.! nearnt tbe center of business of aay
Hotel in tbe citr. " i S
GAULT HOUSE,
(Late Sherman).
CHICAG O.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTKL, CORNER OF
UadUon and Clinton streets, one block
Jrom the Joiut Depots of Chicago. Milwaukee
at. iaui, inicago a, aimu. ruisourg son
Wajne Uailbroads. The llou.e U commodious
and elnranllv furnished, with beautiful suites
of rooms, baths, etc. Ihe best t 30 per day
House on tne continent.
J. F. CI1APMAN.
ii Prourletor
Metropolitan Hotel,
i CHICAGO.
T OCATKI) ON THE CORNER OF STATE
JLi and Washington streets, (on the site oftbe
"Old St. James." Everything new and flrst-
Class carpeu, lurniinre ana Deaaing. irrms.
S 50 per day . SWIFT ROWLAND,
Topriewrs.
Heiste7 k Burger,
General Merchants and Produc
Dealers.
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of
KATXS, TISWAEE, STOVES, Ac 4c,
GOODS. m
GEOCiULS,
DBESB PATTEBS8.
LATE8T STYLES,
HATS AND CAPS,
I ASS SHOES, BOnOSB, Ac, Ac.,
clieape:
ipest. Call and see, uen
will bny.
Price FaM far Fxr-
Highest
1 Fred see.
Remember the FinaaVld place,
3fISlU BURGER,
lyl New Potnm Bolt County, Mo.
August iserrci,
Cabinet ICakr & Under
Taker. West Side Public Square, Oregon, Mo.
I have made arrangements In the Undertaker
lino as to be able to attend praasUy to all
orders. I keep all slies of
IMITATION ROSE WOOD.
A BLACK WALNUT COFFINS,
Abo. MEALIC BURIAL CASES,
constantly on hand. . , ,
ItOSfUAL. UUHUS lurouuTO . ...
nT.n vu.. . Art.elaaa Htm. which I Will
furnish at moderate charges.
Ill August ascrrcB.
IV
BVTS
man the eM

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