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sieged by pcrcoii' claiming tlio$IOO,OUO .rowan! lor n euro for yellow fovcr. Lois Mt)Tg Jn., Centtomnii: It iffords mo nloasuro to roeoinmendyoiir Dandelion Tonlo. It hits on three occn cured mo of malarious uttacks, ttgainst which other tnctllclncs were Inoffccluiil. I consider It tin excellnnt remedy for that flhii'Risli, unheaUliy condition of tlio system brought . on by excislvely warm or damp wcathor, and n malarious ut mosphoro. II. C. ItUKNKTT, Assistant Editor Lawrence Slrmiartt. Tho coronation of tho Czar Is to take pluco April next. Feeble I.nilles. Those languid, tiresome sensations, causing you to feel scarcely able to be on your feet; that constant drain that Is taking from your Hvstein sll its ola,n ticity, driving tho bloom from your checks i that continual strain upon your vital forces, rendering you irritable and fretful ; can easily bo removed by the wo of that marvelous remedy, Hop lilt tern. Irregularities and obstructions of your system nro relieved at once, 'while tho special emiFC of periodical pain Is permanently removed. Will jou liccd this? Tho Kmperor nnd Empress of llriiTill vlllsoon visit Europu. The Fublo of tho Lion, the Ass nud the Fox lias a inornl tiulte applicable at the present day. It is this : "Mutter bowlso by tho misfortunes of others than bv your own." How few heed tho lesson bore taucht. Each one scorns to demand misfortune before learning wisdom. The young nro too self-reliant tho old are stubborn. You have n friend who hitu y buried bis wife, another looked upon his daughter tho last time. They both hud beuu fiiffer ingfroma chronic femalo complaint, which dually resulted In death. They refused to secure remedies that won ill effect a cure. Your wife, or daughter ! suffering from the very same com plaint and you know it. You do not se cure the medicine end they are ciadu ally declining. Does not the fate of others stare you In the face? Without delay place them upon the uso of Eng lish Female Hitters. It does not fail. It strengthens, regulates and cures with promptness. One thousand eight hundred more French tioops have arrived t Tunis. One I.xerlcnce from Mnny. "I had been hick nud miserable so long, and luid caused my husband so much trouble and expense, no ouu eecmcd to know what tilled me that I was completely disheartened and ills ununified. In thl framo of mind I gU a bottle of Hop Hitters and used thum unknown to my family. I soon began to improve and gained so Cant that my husband and f.'.mtiy (hnttclit it strange nud unnatural, but wl'cn I told them iv hnl had helped me they said 'Hurrah for Hop Milters! long may they prosper, for they have made mother well and us bnppy.' " The mother. L. W. Moynton, of Hartford, Conn., now owns the flag of the rebel cruiser "Alabama." The bunting Is insured for ;? 10,000. That lady, married or single, who litis become irregular each month, who is (eolile, pale and emaciated, who is unnnyed with echo uud pains, t-hould use ono or two bottles of English Fe male Hitters. Its action is prompt and satisfactory. It is prepared spec ally for these troubles. The Fersaln Government intends to -confino Ayonb Klian probably at Teller nu. All who lead a closely confined life nro more frequent subjects of constipa tion, headache r.nd indlitesilon. If you will use Halluy's Saline Aperient it will euro you entliely. It Is as pleasant as a glass of soda, cheaper than pills and never fails. Hon. Eli I'iiinuui, u prominent Demo cratic politician, of Southern Indiana, Is dead. Dyspeptic symptoms, such as retast Ing of the fooil, belching, heat in tho stomach, heartburn, etc., promptly cur ud by Brown's Iron Hitters. In tlioj.nnd Court, .Tostlco O'Hngan replying to a Lenzuo solicitor, said no evicted tenant should lose his lights. Lois' Dandelion Tonlo taken in small doses after meals, will in almost nil cnf.es. restore that loss of "nervous force" so humiliating to the sufferer. John Van Horn, postal elork has been nrrcsted nt Harrisburg, Fa., for robbing the mails. A force of 30.000 Fionoh troop.under llvo Generals, Is now marelilngon Ktur wnn, Tunis. Scarcely nnv disnao to wliloh human bplncr nro iMin'eet. Is so thoroughly dls ootirnirinrr us Fever nnd Asuo. The periodical return of nltornato chills, fever, and sweating, is terrible depress ing. Aver's Acuo Cure is tho only remedy known, which is certain to cure permanently, Ivy expelling the malarial poison which produces tho disease It does this surely, nnd leaves no ill effect lpnn tiio system. The Frcstdont has accented theresis nation f First Assistant Postmastor Gonornl Tyner. Warranted not to contain a slnjrlo partlelo of morcurv, or any injurious or mineral substance, but to conist en tirely of medical matter purely veirota. bio, which Is tho reason Simmons' Liver Ttoarnlntor is so effectual, yet so harm loss. n Mnvtnn Pmintr. Florida nriinnra ' ' 11. ..nkmtHlI.lt HH.I III U" 111 ill ' ln nt t,,,,,,,, .... . . , . i l iinn n u RCVO mrs, erysipelas, moronrlnl die Kcrnfnlii. nnd frenoral tlebllltv id oy l)r, Jansoy'8 uiooti aourciior. Tho recolnts of tho National Tronsnry of Mo.xlcn for Pontonibor woro .9.1,700,- o70 22, and tho disbursements amount, cd to 82,308,787.50. ShilohtoCat Remedy. A marvolous cur iff for 1 forCatnrrh. Dip!) Ihevlfi. Canker mouth, and Head Aolio. With each bott'o there is an Ingenious nasal Injector for tho moro succosfnl treatmont of thoso complaint's wlthont extra olmrgo. Frlco M) ets old by T. S. iiinuo, ureaou, m. There Is grent oxcltoment in tho lo enllty of the zinc mines, in Tazewell County, Tonnoswo, over now "finds," supposed to bo silver. WE GATHS The wlso Judges ( the 1MI nud the Ii1iiiilrf.'!a ulni doro tho verdict. Awarded Corsaut & Meyer of Mound City. Flift Premium for Finest display ol Dress Goods' award- Corsaut & Meyer, Mound City. First l'romlnm for'Fluest display of CLOAKS AilQ DOLMANS First I'rcmlum for'llno't display of Fancy Goods ami No tions.. First I'remlum forFincst'Dlsplay of I Men, Boy's OVERCOATS Firstjl'rcmium for best selected 'stock of Staple Dress Goods. Flnillioltt. Julius. (Hoilis. AViiir- B proofs, Cotton Flinincls. Blankets, Knit, Goods. Prints, Duckings and tlio host lino oi i tat s and (Japs, Jiooisanu tflioi-.H. Our Gooods arc NOT MISREPRESENTED The public will pleuso take notice that till tho nbovo goods wi 1 bo disposed of nt n fair living prollt. We don't sell one article for Icj-s tliaii cost iindtheii put an other up double its value, but wo propose to sell you goods at the lowest possible figure that money will b'uy them, and will do justice to eveiy ono. Wo propose to give our customers satisfaction in every instance. Finally, wo propose to give our customers n selection from the newest, Finest, and Lr-rgen Slock of any liousu In Holt county. Corsaut Of the Season. LARGE STOCK, Mice Assortment, jLowest Pricets. The Best Assortment of Seasonable aDfiy The Best Assortment of OVERCOATS AND For Men, Boys.Youths and Children. This stock is unequalled in extent and variety, and at rices within tho, reach of till. Wo ask a elo-o inspection of this (stock. Wo also ask a close inspection ot our lino of WELT? BROS., & CO-, MOUND CITY, MO. NICK 03R,3iJ01V, 3JCO. Now Fall Stock of Casimovcs, Cloths, and Trimmings now on my table. Wedding outfits a Specialty, l'erfect fits uro guaranteed nnd only first-class gooitMitid trimmings used. FOR SALE. A Bargain for Somebody Being deHirccHs of Closiii? Out my Business in Oreg; 1 oiler for SuVjb my Entire Stock oi" Goods together w the uuiimug Known us THE mo FR0HT STORE, lad nil improvonulits. I also wish to sell the building known as th (kty Hotel, sittmtod in one of tho 1. 'St locutions in tho city, Also a number of other lots lu the city and both in roved and unimproved farms in Holt county. For full particulars apply to v W- -3EJ. STEREETT, SEE 'tvUR NEW STOCK OF FA LP CLOTHING C3-OOIDJS;, BarfaeS t&Collison's NEW POINT. THEM IN. people who trade witii 1 m, mir iltanlm .. imhmj mi. M and Youth's & ULSTERS So Meyer, 680B (SSL mi STOCK, aim ith OlWiJOOlV, Mo. For Tim Cocntv IWrr.tt. "JUIXIBNOT UNJUSTLY." How hard itis to rcfrnln from Judg ing people by their deuds. Littlo do to consider that when wo nro condemning othors.wo nro condemned in tho same measure, or, perhaps, to n greater ox tent. It has been said in words nt Holy Writ, "for with what Judgement ye judgo yo (hall be judged, and with what inensuio yo mete It shall bo measured to you again," nud how true It Is. The man who Judges a woman to be, in the eyes of tho people, the lowest of her tux little thinks how often the same judg ment is parsed on ids loved ones. The woman who is constantly judging oth er' , often from the vllones of her own heart, littlo thinks In what low cxtrcrii she is held by thoso, oven who listen to her. It has been said, "Hlumc not be fore you examine tho truth." How oft en a life of mlery would bu prcventcil If wo would use this as our motto. If others judgo us unjustly, let our lives be such, no one will give them credit. And let us examine closely, Into the niottos or what, mav bo :1m nwitto of n deed before parsing Judgment and con deinnlni' It. Xotice two persons. Onoj lias nlwnys nu excuse lor every ono who may act a little different from their ideas of propriety. It is a pleasure to be associated with such a person, You feel that you character is sare in their hand j. 'n the other baud how we dread tho socUty of those who color every word and deed to make it appear evil. Why can't wo be more charita ble? Wo arc not so five from faults that we can tiUbrd to misjudge others. It has been said: "We often censure the conduct of others when under simi lar oirciinistaHees, wo might not haye j acted hnlf so wed " Harsh judgmuiit is nu cxpicsMoti of suspicion tt a noble nature Is u plant ot long growth. The winds and the rains of many rummers must prepare a generous heart to nour- ish suspicion of that which approaches iimler cover of a sinile and a nletisant . . . I WOlll. t, lit IS IHU IJIIUIUIl JVUIU .-IF Illt Ctl obeyed? II mcmm easy and easy, If we would only think so. Most of this fault-finding Is an ncqiilictl habit. It l just as easy to acquire the habit of speaking well of ti person or not spuili lug of them at all. Ict each ami all try it, and see if they are not much hap pier. W hen we are tempted to puss un just judgment, pause and think, If we would like the .same said of us nud it it is right. Again wo are nil too quick to Judge unjustly the net. of our friends Wo often feel ourselves slighted when vo are not. Wo sorn-'tinies fancy our selves neglected, when, if we would in quiro Into the ctiu.se, wo would find our selves mistaken. Do not let pride pre- , . . . . s A . . 1 vent you seeking an explanation of that , you do not uiulcrtanil. A great many offer as nu excuse. "It is human na- Hire, we can't go against nature." .So it may bo, but wo can guard ourselves j against It, until wo can conquer na-j turn. It ivill bo hard work, but wo can j win. Xo good Is obtained without hard i anil pre-istant labor. Lotus, one ami ,, , , . ., all, see what wo can .do to put down , tlds will. Nobotlys' charncter is safe, wliile mlsjudgUHmt rules. How much more profitable to make ourselves no qualhted with the best wt iters thrill to destroy tho happiness of others. How often wo tiro made to cry out "deliver mo from my friends for even friends do not alway judge us a right." Ax Onsi.itYi.it. A I'lijslcliui's Ailvlcr Of llutv To Uitlu llttiillli. llAitttisiitnto, Pa., March HO, 1H61. Nothing is more charming and at tractive than a thoroughly healthy, per- tec.tty lorineii woman ; a urigiit-eyeii. rosy, laiigning, joyous, irirl, ono who finds keen joyous, hnppy-taccd ii tilii-isiiin In it lll.tsiliu 111 merely living. An invallld wifo mother is a constant object of sympathy lu tin otherwise contented household. Happy the homo whoso women folk en joy perfect health In my practice I hnvo always recommended s'ckly wom en to use Brown's Iron Hitters. In case of inegiilarltlos, dyspepsia, indi gestion, heartburn, nnusea, sour stom ach, nervousness and uxhaustivo debili ty , I llnd it exceeds till other remedies ! as a trtio medicinal tonic. It uuvcr fails to (rmitlv soothe, vi.fi'.-sli nml sti'mii'tli. i-n I In ir.tnncnl Rt-stinn. nml isniiliilK- I those parts made weak by continued distress; and what satisllos nio most is, that the cine-, although in some im-tnii- j nu. m-.-iilniil. inn uKvnvu iii.i-m.-iniint.. - , ......v 4-w. . M. D. A Chattanooga man lias Invented n door lock, which at tiio least pro8iiro fires a cap. lights ti taper mid still holds tho dour secure. Dyspepsia & Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the f mall price of 7.1 cents to free youisolvcB of every symp tom of these distressing complaints, if you think so cull tit our store and gut a bottleof 8hiloh's 'Utilizer, every bottle has a printed gtiaranteo on it; uso ac cordingly and if it (iocs you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold by T. S. Ihtide, Oregon, Mo. Tin: annual Interest of tho public debt of the United States was Slfil.dOO, 000 In 1ISC5. The annual intoiest eharse now Is SC0,Ij2.2'Iu. The reduc tion was made during sixteon ycuni of Republican administration. CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Trv It when all other renicdlos fail nnc got relief. Uny it of King & I'roud, Ore gon ; Franco & Co., Forest City. Shlloh's Consumption Curo. This is beyond quostioii tho most successful Cough Medieino wo have over sold, a few doses Invariably cuio the worst cases ot Cough, Croup, v.iul llroiieliitis, while 4ts woiidorful bitc eess in I he euro of Consumption is without a parallel In tho history of medicine. .Since its first discovery it lias been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medieino can stand. If you havo a Cough wo earnestly ask you to try It Price 10 ets. fiO ets. and i?1.00 If your Lungs are sore, Chest, or Hack, I.amo, uso Shlloh's Porous Pla stor. Sold by T S. Hliide, Oregon Mo, TIIK (lltllAT Unfaling Srecifiic The Symploiiis of Liver Complaint tire Imrinlnrn unit ialn In the ! 1 1 c . in iih'IDiiph i pain In the shoulder, ami Is mistaken fur thou- . iii.ill-iil iiif ii'iimill 11 iuil'i-ini ,,i,ii i,,-.-, npiicilti' and sickness t linwels In p'm'ral, n. iil', suiiii.'iiiiM'iiiiiTll.'luil llll I liir in-im Is Irnnliled with ialn,amt dull Inn v.v.scnsatlnu ; efiinlilcrat)le liw nf iiiciiinry, with 'iialiifiil imi- Hiitlim of tun lint tell imilc.ne timt-liilntf w litcli etiKlittn leixeln'cn ilone ; iitlcii ecintiilalnliia if in.iii.v nt tin' ill. me . m t im- titteml the (lt civ. ami at oilier tlinri r few nf lln'iil i lint n ,'iiiuv. lu'iuin iumi urn pmril-. .-.itiiiriiiiif. . I'lrn". ' tuieim i in- ins - the l.lver Is (ti'iii'tally thcnrjtuu iin)t Invnlved. ReEnlale the Liver and Prevent ii-iilieiiMii, roimllimllim, .liiuiiillrr, ,iis) miinriii. s iiiiisi nun if. tor, llaiiitiiclie. Colic lie liresslnii or Hplrlls, Nonr Momarli, Jlrnrlliiirii I'llcs, TONIC, ALTERATIVE AND CATHARTIC SIlMlniills l.ll.' Itri'litfif.ir imr.'lt ..... tiitili, inertlrliie IUi' llli'tlli'lnii L.t'lii'MilK ns.'.l In flii. Mitntli Ifi iiiiiiise ihetnriud Liter (u hoallhy action. ll.irtsultl, rxlH...,,llnr.v pott rr nml ofllntcy ... the Liter n,l HUlnty. I Tim nctl-ii nt the ltirululor Is free from IV '.V.V,r..r IK- .''"."V" V..' line hi iti'i as eainartie tt lien mere is an e- eessi.f l lto liilliesti.iiincli. the llrcnliiler Is inn ai'tlve tiarne i alter Hie reiiiotal ot the Idle II I will remihite the linnets and Impart tl.ir ami . heallti liitliiMtlmlesti.ii. ' Hce th.it tun ei't I hp lliinilni' In Wlilti. Wr.'in. per, ttltli t'h "." pri'i:ued onlv by J. H. ZEILIN CO. fST Sold liy all DniKKltts. MISSOURI PACIFIC -RAILWAY. I This nindi'm luillt and enierprlsini: lhlluny, i's .Sf J.Mn K- 1 '"".I' s.i L"ls .and Itnniilli.il, fiiu-rlnj,- the l ulnn li.'linls, uIiiti cIiki' I'limiectliiiis are til wats mailt! with Itatlttay Lines leading to all p:ttl.H nl llu rniteil Mali's. I tr I'lisscimers u tut imri'liase 'lleKets over the .Missouri l'liellle Itnllttiiy hate NO CHANGE AND DAILY OF CARS TRAINS IIKTWT.F.N- Tilt: rot.l.OWl.S'll (ITII.S Nl, Josepli ami .St. I.ouls. Atclilsou anil M, ".nnlx, l.eiiveutvortli luxl St I.ouls. liiiusus t'll' ml Nl, I.ouls. and tint one rliant'i fnnn Kansas C'llv to Hie lirlnelpal t"lnts In Texas, with Reclining Chair Cars Free. Ileslili"! riVI. lines of riilhuan Sleeidlie Pars iUil liandsoiai. Dav roaches, wltli Telli'l Itn-nis and tin latest liiiiriivi'iiii iils. and wanned hy HOT AIR IMPKS .....t 1t.t....1,l.. ...v., Ill, .l...t ....f...tt...l .i.i.l tiKti .HIM II till IM.filll 111 lit' l lt S, til H H Oll'l colored attendants the. MISSOURI PACIFIC MMAYi 1 1 tins a Ici.lTratk.theJIlllcr riatfiiriii.andlip cd AiitomallL' Air lirsike on n.l carslu ii'r tialns. It Is lu every rcstii ct a t FIUST CLASSsHAILWAY l'nr Main, lime TaMes, anil Inlcrestlnj; re.nt liiK iimitcr cnni eriilliK Hie Missouri I'acllli! u tiiway iiiiii us cuinici'i ii is tt ii ii inner iiail- tvays.iwhlih will he mallnl free address j'. ci.t.M)i,!:i:. A. A. TAI.MAOi:. llcu'l 1'ass .Kcnt. lieiicrnl .IfniuiKcr. St. Louts, . Mo, TRUSTEE'S SALE, Whereas lit' deed i( trust, dated Septi'inher lMh, ISi". and recorded In the ItcO'rdct'ti Oll'ci at l'.iw Id". C. II. IVrry and his wife, nf Unit county. Missouri In llool; an. run vi I'd to thu umli'rli;ticd, tho follott Iuk real estate to wit : Tlie southwest (if the southwest of eotluii ss, towuhli(i", raiiiie as : except s acres hi tin- northeast corner sold lo the I'ldoii Cciu- : etery Assoi'lallon and ."!icrcsln the .s.-ulhwii-t . corner Mini in i imuiuMcr uiiu uiciianisou, .tu l.thiK and licliii; la sa it county or 1 1 tilt and Matt! , of Missouri. L'onlaluln,r-.'7 acres mnic'or less. I Which said eoatct unci! was made In iriist to i secure the payment of a certain promissory note therein uescillu-il : and whereas default now, therefore, at tho ri'ipii'st of II has lu-ra mailu la the payment o( salil mile; t oi (in- icKai iioki- iroi sain iikiu uiiu in iniiMiiiii im..i,i01, ... H..ij ,,,,.,.i (,f',r, trust, noll.e Is nice wnn nu hcrctiv ctveu thai I. l ie inn crsicnen iiusice. will hcII at putillu auction for cash at the Court House iloor In Onr'Hi. Mo., hetween tlie hour ol nine o'clock In tho forenoon and lite oVlock la the aflciiinoii of Wednesday, Dcccmher 7. 1081, nit tlie right tltto and iiilcrest, nf said it- II. Ferry and his wife, nf la and to thettlnite ilftcillicit real estate torlhu purpose nt satisfy tin; said note and thu costs and the expenses nt thfsttiitt. T. C, DUNIiAN. Trustee. Contains Pepsin, Rhubarb, Man drake ami Gentian, and Cures Dyspepsia and Sick Headache. Try It. For sale by all Drutjglsts PATENTED Urtrclrof Hwiler. tha RBfiTaud CHEAPEST " (XI BllCa. Vr .'lllHlu-n. .n or ii labrlcAtorTiftEa worlillt fi ttu bast Oarrliuren. Bin diss, eto.,eto.,u for WaKOW It In D to nontnln no Petroleum, CucloiHdta io r(3 H'orlAi Ktuutng mallod fWO. rts;Bi' denlere. I Our ocAei 31 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Illinois. fiBowN's Pepsin Tonic FOR THE CURB OF Dyspopsla, Intllnestlon, Hantlgclio, Hoarlljurn, Sour Stomach, and all unpleasant effects arising from ovoi catlnp or drinking. It is composed of Pepsin, Uliuhnrb, ifniulnike and (icntluii, tcnieilles Hint are unetu.illed for the cure of all dls cases iif tjm stoiniifli nnd lunvels. Hire It n tj-lul nml j:e t sure relief. iSif fj ioit LlverConiiilaiiit HPLT COUNTY. Ita Location, Ftnncinl Cotvlltlon and Inducement- to Immigrant-. Tho richest nud most produetlvo soli in tho woild- yoimi . llcnfan. I'hc inoxt beautiful country I ever looked upon. iiinril 'Jniloi: Am you coming Wet? Como to Holt county where tho ntiiiOHj'liere is pure, clear unit bracingwhen linn- . . tlrods of people, from cities nud ee- where, throughoiit tho e.Mt and south irkni i for ),-il lit nml n!...win.. .m.l ..t-.. , I llt.lllll tlllil p.easllle, jllul l.ike i tip their residence dill'illg Milliliter'. their I , .... i ... I , 1 ........ Holt county Is situated III the north western corner of Missouri, titnl is the banner county of the famous "l'latte I',(.m,L. ;' l,,iuilded oil the tit lt f oy .Mcnisou nnti .Nmiuwav eounlU'-; on thu oat by Nodaway nud Andrew counties, nnd on Hie south am! west by the Missouri lllvcr, wlih lt separates it 1 iioiii Kansas mill .ciittisi;ti. it lias no 1 : area ( MUal to f 0, 1:1 1 siuiare miles. The I ' i..1l tj n 1 1 1, i-lti in . .....n .....n. I ..f I . . ' ' Stmil, vegetalilu liuill il nnd (lav. INi fen till V Is tibsolutelf unto i.asM'.l, thi'i;'. ,v , """ , .,. nf I.,. ,,.., , N ,,mt h" "" UlO glOll.ld Oil which IlO j i, vu-ioits nroilucls ben"iis fiillinv i .......... f'llt'll. Mi. H'lli.'l . '. Il.lij 'I . ....I..' ... , , . , . , .... lOifye. I " s liota!oei, ;!.il .Sweet .,,..,..,. . ..,,,. ,, ,,..,,. .i.m. ,.,. ... ",'l,l,K "L" .00; .iin.it'. 2 Ions : l'l a ie it it. :l 'him: II I grass. Jl .inis; in 'i,.'. I Inns; i-lntut. tons; lic'iui, 1! ions, .uli.icco, I. tlllil 1 'ax seed, '.o Itil-nel'. ') lie bci o;'t:i tc Hint the line I ot t'liilic, aunii'iil i ii'iiiij'.hoiit Hie whole en' o ini'e y. A'-i in.is ,!c ab o o.l. t tn 1 i,i 'i' ..me a aiiiun' i" o. t.M bo lotiml . i a . Mil - II. No i I llll'l.f a .i 'ii. ii i hi . lie., i e III' i v, "i' l.'4 In.l uiir the1 I II s II il e . tl'iil .1 II is i li'M II I iuhv 1 ,' in ( ,'i ,l il I . I . .1 It1 J .1 t - ct en o . '. it' iinil il ,iu iir- tt ,'n i j' ( in.l' tu O "..hi, tin Ac i ii' t a; Miu"i t. t'll a ( . i" ii 1 1 ii .. iinn in i .1-. ' i . "iirilot '. in til . dim liu.i d"id tintl .ecu .enc ic i 'It.- i uiails tMve-.u llo't ciMiity nil ! Ciii di et ,ioiii ifi.l ca y i i'li no"is ii hi c.iiir'ls to iiiitl , .nu us u ue J. Hit l"i' OlVlls, " . .t g ) ni;. as nn industry, i-t a mo t i 0.1..1 i i! iiiu'iiviiii nt here. ! :u .'"own ii Holt i uiinty, i fast i e t.ni' i l.nown t li'tuu Itoiit tlie Wc-t. Ik- ii- inni' aiily hat.ni; ca mil off ! es al llio I nil's. 'I lie e :i iiuinv fa incs here wlioe annua1 ineiuneiinni tipples alone iiuiuiiuts to irom .rtititJ to s.l.iiuti. 'I he annual stock product varies in . cattle mini .' .lido to I'li.uco h,-ad; and I in hos from .'Ai, mm to iil,ui il head, several limit nml horses and mules are sold nuuiia'lv: and sheep, being char . tfoni a'l die.isc here, tluive lloelv. The popiiltitiou of the county by the In.l , . . i r. -., i n i... 1 "' "-'i, m . ciniety seat, lias a ioiiilat!oii of iiboilt l,:il)0, tinil Mound t'ity, near tho ciuiu ty's ceii'er, has about thu atne iiii'ubei' The other town arc sum Icr. Travel lu any portion of Holt county you please, and yon will Hud coniform lile and happy homes, good school I Mtises, lino cuuivh houses, cMvllent maiiv and bridges, and n Intelligent. iuiIii-.i .oils, frugal and lihieky lieotili as ever ttii iii'd ti fill row oi1 eat n vole. Tit'csii.o 'ow, t lit- pf ccs of laud f.tn.i! iroiu ?l..V) lo.-joO per .ace, rci ileitis and liii-'iii's houses urn bring In ... ami ev'ileiice.s of llfiit tiro seen en eve. y hail I. .Hi .i cl uiaie its nv'd ns Cii'iforn' t, a u 1 sm fe. lile u ' ihat of 1 t it, tt a'.ei' , .. , s. ..... . , ' as p.i'.i.t as m At'W ion,! c t ii. hue a- i New Je; ey. a id Tu K ( ors V.. ; I it , g te you" 'lie eeiv. tie nivilo on in Molt co iii, y (inil in tdo t h's cm. n" y. II.. ficople it i' , titlu-; ii a ilie.- lii 'i i'.'. Ii is tut a :uy iii.i.i's I'n aili-e li'ii it is fu-i huinii.iig ; lie jiriuleiits man's l.ifen Come tu Holt couiitv. THE COTTAGE HEARTH, llshcdatlloston. An Illustrated Mattalne Home Att and Union Cullure. Contains ercaclhiKof I'mc'lcnl IIoiiichiIc 'forth I nun z-i.si.avi- ,k,.ii,,i ,,,,ri',L mail (HIV nthcr mat;aliie nl lis price, Hindi niuulier eoii talus I'ottralts and ski ichcs nt lstiu-.-ulsh-cil Men, s.ipciiiir Hi inn Mii-lc, I'loial Arllcles Stores and Adventures, I'luili-n I'ni lry, the .at cst rashlniis, The .Mother's Clinlr.'l Im Student's Coiner, The Vouiik 1'olk's Window, all fullt , llliisiraled. , Ti'tius, -sl,w a year, lu advance, po-staw pre I paid. Wo are enahtcd to make the fnllowhiji llh I eral olfcr to our readers j Tn all who .suhtciilie I within three mnuths and pay tf.'Tu lu ailvain'c we will scud T. U Coc.NTV t'.tl'iut and Thr I Ctiltaur llimlli inr nun i-nr. 1 Ills will Klve 'M.iin pioil p,iicriuul choice liiuKazluu fur a I tittle more lhaii Ihc price of either. -cud hi yuur subscriptions at once. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATU Ol' MISStll'I!! i COl NTV Ol' HOLT. I In Hit' Circuit Cull rt of tiilil count v, .Intnmry Tina, Issi. ' ' niinaiii ii. na'iiiinis, nullum, vs. James I,, Orr, Jr., Defi'iiilatit. At tills ilny eiiiiiestlieiilaintlir licri'ln, hv tils nltnrueys, licfuro tin- unili'islciii il elerl, nt' siilil einiit In vai'iilliiu. anil llles Ills pi tiiliia anil iilllilaNlt statuiKiuiiiiiiKiitlier II.Iiiks tiuit tl. i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 nas i;imiii eansi' in lu iicvc nml ildi's lie leu that the ilerenilant U mil a le-slilint nf this .State. Wliereupnn It Is nnlereil liy the cleik tlial said ilclenilalit lie ni.tllli'il hv i . u I it I i:i 1 1 ( i 1 that iilallillll liasciiiiiiiienieila Milt jijniti-t 111) it In this eiiiirt llm nlileit nml neni'iat nature nl w liti'li Is lliat nla HI II sei'kstnii'1'in.i'r ..f .1.1 1 ant tlie sum nl W.tvO as ihiiiiai's Inr tlie fallnie nf Hit ilclcHilant In eninry liy wnrr.inty ilicil tn lilaliillir ii('('(irillie;lni'eiiliait llu 1'i.llnului; ile scrilieil taints hllnatu lu Hull i nniitv .Mhmurl 1 The Nl". 1-1 anil W l-'.'S-e. IS, Tin, I! lis, W 1-J sn itN'i'.i,i; i-i tsi'o. 5. nw i-t see. 11. ''.W l-l nf Nil l-l ami l-inf 1st: l-l Ki'c, 11, ? 'i,fi''1" " '""it tlie U 1 hon 1:1 all fn 'i 11 til ll:i:i nml fnilhcr In reenver nf Hahl iti fealant the Iiii'llicr mum nl glif) iiahl hy sahl Dltunllll tn sahl ilefeuilaat's nu.'iil 1111 tlieafnii snlil ri'fi'rri'il tn eiinti'.icr ami lurllier tn reei vet nf sahl ilvfc ltiluut the further mm nf twvnlv c.'O) dollars eiHnilid hy Mild pinliitliT In .Muiilnlin; the title tn and iiineiirlnir cnili'snt patents fur said iil'ioeilcseillu'd lands hi lnn lu tli au'Kre KUtnSl.tKsiHnd further Unit Mild ilcfcinlanl's tinds nhove ihisci lhoil am atlaelied far raid III lf(!i'd delit and (tannines. And that unless the said .lames I,. Orr, Jr. Iir and ii'iearnt this Cnnrf nl the ncM term llierenf.tn b hcKiin and Vnlden nt the Cuiirl Itmisnln lliel'ltynfOirunn. In sahl eininty. na the i!d day nf .lanu.iry, lssv, nnti, unit nn er Ih fori; Ilie sixth tiny nf raid tcim. mi iner in jilead tn the ii'tlllnn In Mitil eause, Ilie Hani" will lie laKrii iiscniifiwsi d and jiidftiiieiit will he mi den d aiininllnuly. Ami It Is liulliei'i.rdi'reil, Unit a cniiy hereof ho liulilMii'd Kei'iiKllnir tn law in Tun Countv t'.M'r.lt lor fnar weeks siin'osl-irtv. the last In. niTtloii tiiliii nt least four weeks hefnre the lint day nt Mild term. .V. It.-M'ISINO'j.ltk . T,. It. Know lea. Cy,, Tliumas. Atlnrni'v i fin I'li'l'iijn tvinter'- f'" I'm: argument on the motion to set n'ldutho crliiiuial Inorniatioii in tho stnr-iouto cases was begun lu tho Washington Criminal Court last Thurs day before Judge Cox. Tho Govern ment was represented by Messrs. Hrow tor. Conk, nud Hlls, and the stnr route people by a formhlnblo array ttf legal talc ut. Judges Wilson and Shellabarger, Hob Ingersoll, Jeff Chandler and lot ten. Wilson opened thu case for tho defense in a bill. hint nnd powerful speech. Ho maintained that there was no authority, no precedent, for filing n criminal liilorniatioi' in such cases; that such n proceeding was not warran- ted cither by the statute or the common law. He held that the cuso should ll'IVii tini'tl lil'i.Ji.titml In (tin ffriimt tlirt. 1 .1. , , , .,, I I'llli'lll'll III1J ,VIHI1V1I I'l VIMT IHIWlllll,- tlon, ami Mini that the proceeding was not founded on fuels, but on the bellet .......I.... .. 1) r'.. , . , ... , , ,, . .III Ulna .mil Alt .wtil.ii.t 1 1,. ,tl,niiin. . ..... u.'ii.inii ,,vj ,.it, teiied the lawyers for the proseoutlon as "champion i:o-as-vou-itlcase iidvcrl)- lltlll.ltitlf'i'tlvf.' klltiiri.rd l ,n,ili !. llirt . . , . ' . , wttnlci the lufiii'inatloii set aside in tho case, of Htown, his client. Col. Inger soll innde a characteristie speech, ridl tilling the Inwyers for the prosecution, and maintaining that the charges made were contnidietory nnd absurd. He 'i-"-" ohmiiiiiiiv uiiiin:iiio tvneii tie (it' ll, , ... ... I ciitreu ii'tu "in mm country, or uny j other country where Saxon blood gives evidence of liberty anil manhood, tho grand jury stnnils between the cit'en nud Ills calumniator, no mutter whether i that calumniator is tin ollieer of the , ('ab'net or President of the 1'nlted States." Until WIN mil Inoersull made light of the whole proceeding, and were very .severe on the tiovern inent lawyers. Wi:i.i..NioitMKi) people who havo followed the course taken by tho prose cution in the star ronto cases predict that they will fall; that, in fact, they will never reach tho petit jury. The prosecuting counsel havo till aloiigtried to throw till the hlaiuu on Coikhill, but. fiom Ids statement made in court Mon day, and which was vouched for by Judge Cox, il seems that Col. Cook and In associates are most to lilatue. They ought to have brought the ease befoio the grand jury, and they could have done o. Their neglect, or lack of abil ity, or In.th, will probably end in the .tar-route tlieives oeapitig unpunished. Mr. Walter F. Adams, of W'cthoro, Mass., writes: "For years I -suffered tlie horrors of dtpupshi and Indiges tion. They M-emed to weaken every organ of lite, and completely shattered my nervous system. At iilulit when I lay down I felt I could not llvo until morning. Heirtlutru pained me most terrible 1 tried Mmwu's Iron Hitters; it .suited my citsu prci-lsclt , and now my .-loni'ieh ilige-ls any kind of food, and my sallow complestoii and other symptoms ot 111 health tire all gone, and at night I enjoy most refreshing, tlruain ess i-Iuiul) or. (Jrav hair may he mado to take on its youthful color and heatitv by the use ot Hall's Veiretablo Sicilian fluff lie- newer, tliu best preparation for the hair iii-ii,ii in in, n mill u in llli.'lliciliu mill clieuiistrv. 7 Per Gent. RSoncy TO LOAN For n short or long period on Impiov ed Farms. Havo ISO ueies ol land to lease for (ir-uxlng; 8 tulles ninth of .Mound I'ltv. Have also for sale tho SUM-: and tho NT SK l-t, (i'J, :!f). May lie seen ut Mound City every Sulm day ami tit Cinig, Moiiilay each week. Address. J. FOSTER MAHSHALL, Real Estate Agent, Oregon, Mo. CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Is ti plant native to thu Sierra. It cures! It cures!! Only f,0 eonls. Try It at King 1'ioud's, Oregon Franco & Co. .Forest City, II 11. m. urn Uholoatu ami Itetall 1caUi' In LUMBER Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doors and Blinds Opposite Union Depot- ST. JOSEI'II, Ml). All Q orconfc is otehlii you nf d; sonietliinK you ivv.t liivo. New Rtid Itiryi'-st stock evir luoul t tn ttt ( ounly. Prices thr :nent. Crll aiitl e ) IltAl'KTEU. I TP.USTEE.S SALE. , Wlipr-ai. Kiiinia J, Itlxdou did na tin) 31 day nf .Inutmrv, Ifsl. CM'cute tn the under-slt-'iied tr islcc. her deed nf tl 11st nf Hint dale, rci'iirded lu llnnU ii, ntav i'JU. In the lt.'cnrde r's nlllee In Hull nullity. .Missouri, i'unveli)K to the iiudorsliiuod liuslt'e, the fellow liifr ileserltieil l.'inls, sUiiati- lu rulil county nf Unit and hlulu nt Ml-siiiii'l.ln-ull 1 All nl lot :. and tlif south half nf the smith, west quarter nf M't tlnu jti, township ., rnngo :t.i 1 enutatuln l.'W ai res, 111. nu or less. Whl"li said eniiveyauee was mailu In trust to sei'iire tho pavin.'iil nf a ceil til 11 priimKsr.ry nii'.e IiikiIiI deed ilesifllied 1 ami whereus His lumlileit llisind deed, that If detail!! hlmuld he made In llm payment n! said nolo urcoiilluir lo the true tenor, ilnte unit etleet nf said nnle, llieil I, the umti'is).'neil trustee, ill the ii'oue.si nf tlie h'ital Initileref said note, uilulit prueecit tu sell t'.e hinds mi ennveyed, nr so lunch thereof its Is siilllclcut to pay Fiieh delit : nud whereas, said note remains dm and unpaid, tlirrcfnre, at I ho ri'ipiesl nf tlie lenal holder there of, I, Allien H. Mnmlsmi, trustee, will prnerpit. to sell said limits or so inuvli thereof i.swllllm1 siilllfli'iit lo pay nalil note, with ullliiU'rost and enstx, 011 Saturday, November 2Cth, 1081, at the ii'iith door nt the Court House, In thn elly ot OroKoti, in said ciiuiiiy and Mute nt Ml '.ourl, to tlie lilitlut hldder for cash In hand, lietwi eii the hnurs of nine o'clock la lliofore unnii mid Ue n'eluck tn tin aflernonn nf that day. AI.IIKUT II. JAMISON, Tn.Mef, (MI.U'OIt.M.V KIIINBT TU. Forl.tinio Hack nml all Kidney trouhlwi. I'ifty cuiiIh. Ask lo miu it ut Kini: & l'liui'i's, Oregon : Franco & Co., Voi est City.