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Foratt City. Mr. Caiioii nml family havu moved Wvk to their old homo. Miss Maud Willlnins has returned irom hor visit In Nebnuku. Geo, l'olndoxtor 1ms sold his him !bcr yard to Mr. Hoblitzell. Mrs. I.tllio Androwfl Is visiting Mr. II. K. S. Hobinson mid titoee. -Messw. Chris, l'rcby and Will B rutin spent Sunday evening in Forest. Misses Currlo Llmpn and llettlo Burgos spent several days in St. Jou lost week. Quito h morry party met on the lake tu Hkalo ono evening lost week There woro lota of tumbles, but the best humor prevailed. ilAIIKIi. OREGON. Dcrlptlon of the Clty-Builnoii Hon, Etc Forbes Mr. Iivl Duvorss, Is visiting rcla tlvcH in Ohio. . Mr. Joseph Pierce has gouo to (severance, Kansas. Our cltl.uns have been well repre ecnted nt Clreuit Court this week. Charles Coursln in In Indiana, vis' itlng tho scenes of early childhood. Neither pinkeye, blackeyc, or small pox has made Its appearance as yet. Wu nro without n shoemaker now Mr. Alblcz having moved to St. Joseph Miss Annio Evans has returned from her visit to Linn county, Kansas - Miss Cora Frico, of King drove, Is qulto ill at the residence of grundma Springer. A pluasant entertainment occurred at the Dovorss Hotel, Wednesday eve ning, ot last week. --Mra. l'ulloni received a dispatch last Monday, announcing the death of hvr sister, Mrs. Applcirate. Mr. Campbell, of our public school was obliged to dismiss his scholars, tho (last week on account of nttumlitiy pourt. SNAl'l'Klt. Mound City. John W. Hart, Is a new applicant for postmaslcrshlp here. Leo Durhnni will begin tho crec tlou of a dwelling house 1.0011. Our public school is full about 300 in attendance nnd only lour teachers. A protracted meeting is in prog ress at tho Presbyterian church this week. A musical entertainment of some kind was given at tho Opera Hall Sat urday evening. James Cavanaugh and sister, aro visiting ut Mr. Brink's, and Miss iilaok at Mr, McltoborU. Milt Batturton is in town again. Something seems imMlbly to draw MHt back hero every few weeks. Our postmastor, 'Squire Wingate King, died Saturday last and was burled Sunday owning with Masonlo honors. Tho literary society failed to meet Jast Tuesday. We fear that tho inter est originally taken in Its organization Is subsiding and it will bo allowed to die. Moro earnestness nnd pcrsovcr nneo ami less shirking anil laziness aro necessary to mako it a success. IlKHT, Greenback Conventlen. At a meeting of tho Greenback party held at Oregon, January 3rd, called by tho chairman of tho count; committee, Mr. John W. Davis resigned his pos itiun ns said chairman, and Clark Irvine appointed to act as such chairman. Tho following named gentlemen wcro elected to act as towi ship committee inen of their respcctivu townships. Forbes Or. M. V. Dunn. Hickory John Davis. Bigelow Sam. Kahn. West Lett-is Frank Brown. East Lewis Moses Bennett. , Lincoln N. C. Hundell. tfodaway Honry Patterson. Union Dr. J. L. Johnston. Benton C. C. Aiken. J.ibcrty-JoUn T. Walker. Clay Win. II. Patterson. The county chairman was requested to notify these gentlemen of their hi. poi.itmcut. Resolved, That tho proceedings of tho meeting be offered to tho papers of Ht.lt county fur publication, Adjourned to jucut 011 call ot county chairman, Ci.akkk Iuvink, Chairman. Oregon, tho County Seal of Holt County, Missouri, was located, soon af ter the Platto Purchaso by tho Govern ment, in 1838. It is situated on high ground, just where- tho woodland joins tho pralrlo. No better location could havo been selected for health, beauty and drainage. Tho town is regularly laid out in blocks ; tho streets wido nnd sloping on all sides from tho centre. It ha always been a good business point and tho nucleus of soino of tho largvst fortuues. In Northwest Missouri was inodo hero. Tho lato William Zook, commenced his business life In Oregon nnd loft an estate worth over a quarter of a million dollars. Col. Benjamin Frnzcr, of St. Joseph, snid to bo worth over a half million, was in business a number of years in tho earlier history of thu town. Mr. Navo, of tho firm of Nave & McCord, tho wealthy and nopir lar grocers, of St. Joe, was a merchant of tho place for a number ot years, and now 0110 of Missouri's millionaires Many others In this state and Kansas are Indebted to Oregon for their "nest egg" from which they havs become wealthy. It is still a good point for trade us tho dally actions of our mer chants uttcst; and as the only obstacle to its advancement has been removed It will rapidly improve. Tho County Court's liberal appropriation for the en largomcnt of tho Court House, seems to have settled tho county seat question All persons agree now, that there may bo no further fears entertained in ibis direction, and that tho population will steadily incrcaso; and that good nnd substantial Improvements will follow. Oregon Is ono of the most pleasant places to spend n few months in mnmier for individuals or families. Its abun dance of all kinds of fruits givo it an ad vantago over most other places, for hero the peach, pear, grapo and all other kinds of fiult grow to perfection and In tho irrcatcst abundance Tho society is good and remarkable for Its attention to strangers. 'J ho churches havo clllcleut ministers, and aro well at tended. Tho young men nro of a liter nry turn and have societies for tho cul ture ami improvement of tho mind. Tho ladles, God bless them, aro pretty and vivacious, and show to great advantage .111 their works of charity at church and other festivals. plo to havo a connection with tho main Hue, has induced tho clllzons at n Into public meeting to appoint a comnilttco to confer with tho oflleeis of tho Coun cil Bluffs road with that view. Tho road would be about two miles lone and connect nt Banks' water station. HOTELS. There aro two hotels hero. Tho Howell Hotiso on tho west of tha Court Houso, kept by Jnmos Howell, is tho old "Prtco House.' Its founder, Petei Price, nn old Virginian, is still living on his Inrm near lsow Point, aged eighty fivo years, with tho appearance and net tlvity of a man of sixty. Gcorgo Colvln Is tho host of tho City Hotel, on tho northeast corner of tho public square. Tho houso Is largo nnd tho accommodations first-rate. Tho landlord is genial and pleasant, dolnir everything to mako his guests comfor table and happy. OUU MANUKACTOUIKS. Kunlxl Brothers The flouring mill and woolen factory of tho Kunkcl Bro's near town, are celebrated far and near, for their superior quality of flour. Their flour will compare with tho best made anywhere. The demand for their flour Is great, and the firm cannot fill Its or ders from nbroad as regularly as it could wish, though tho mill Is run to its utmost capacity, night and day. The mrgest orders como from tho largo vantago. Much attontlon is paid hore to the compounding of prescriptions. T. S. Jlimlc adjoining Dr. Lohmcr, has atlded to bis drug bnsmoss groceries nnd confccllonnrlos. Proscription ac curately compounded. E. P. lloclclter Next to Nicholas Stock, keeps a first-class restaurant, confectionery nnd bakery. Ho 6crves fresh oysters by tho pinto and sells by the can. Daniel Martin In tho brick block next to tho bank, has a houso full of saddles, harness nnd horso clothing of tho very best kind.. Ho is also agent, and has on hand, road wagons, bug. gics, carriages and heavy and light spring wagons, which ho soils nt city prices, His now room, which is larger than tho ono ho left, elves him a much better chnnco for display. Dan will mako things tell in tho coming year, for ho has a turn for business. Foster Brothers llayo a well ap pointed livery stable, nnd their hacks, buggies nnd horses aro going every hour in twenty-four. T hoy ought to bo making monoy, but tho high prices of everything m their lino, will detract somewhat from it. As it is tho boys aro accommodating and getting along woll. Montgomery fc Jlocckcr Aro our bank ers, nnd they aro not only pleasant gen- tloracn to do business with, but will Pine Lumber At Forest City and Oregon. HOBLITZELL BRO'S Say they can handle Pino Lumber, Limo, Ce ment, Ifnir, Planter, Paint, Mixed Paint, Shingle, Lath, Doors, Sash, and all Building Material for a Closer margin than ever before offered, an their facilities aro better. By buy ing large quantities of Pine Lumber to supply their different yards, nnd a Mammoth Stock in St. Joseph, nnd the inside track on freights enables them to sell for less margin than any llrm in tho West. As they don't propose to bo undersold by any firm, they will deliver car load lots for almost St. Joe prices, at Forest City, Craig, and Fairfax. With many thanks to onr customers for past favors, and by fair dealing, wo expect the continuance of tho same. Very Truly, Hoblitzell Bro's- OREGON ana FOREST CITY. MO. n'ew NEW towns In Kansns and towns In adjoining answer correspondence gladly. Starting Up! Tho old West Forest City Mill has started up, and wo usk the people of Holt county to giro us a share of their patronage All kinds of grain bought for cash and exchange pour, Meal, Peed, Hominy; for sale nt low figures. Wo guarantee jmtisfaction, ZOOK & CANON. Forest City. Notice to Farmers. I will from this date, until February 20tu, 1882, taU orders for the follow ing stock: Apple trees, four to llvo oet high, 99.60 pur 100. Poach, trees, 3 feet high, $7.60 per hundrod. Osage Oraugo,' extra assorted, No. 1, 92.25, No. !,$2.00, No. 2, 81.60, No. 3, $1.25 per 1,000; to be delivered in early spring at my fruit farm, two tulles north of Oregon. Good quality and condition guaranteed. Terms, cash. Also evergreens, shrubbery, roses, flow ur plant, email fruit plants, garden seeds, 200 bu hols of choice seed pota toes, otu, Priuo list ready soon. J. N. MKNIFKK. (3rct Trull nt WnaliliiKtou is of Interest lo orury citizen. Of unual iiiiuortunou to ovory sufferer from Dyspepsia, is a trial of Drown's Pepsin Tonic. Try It For salo by T. 8. lllnde, and King& Proud, Oregon, nnd 'Ed. Anlbal lligolow, and A. C. Young Forbes. couht nousE. Tho Court House, which Is now com pleted, stnnds in tho centra of tho town, in tho midst of a grove of forest trees, which form a beautiful park thrco hun dred and twenty foot suuaro. Tho building is forty feet squaro and two stories high, with mansard roof, mak ing it virtually threo stories, ns tho up per portion is to bo finished lor jury rooms. The first floor Is occupied by tho different county otlleos, viz: Cir cuit and County Clerks, Collector Pro- bate Judge and Itccordsr, attached to which nro firo-proof apartments, for tho preservation of tho County ltccoids, Tho second story is tho court hall, forty two feet either way, with a ceiling of sixteen feet. Tho judge's scat is at the south end, in n recess tnrmed bv tho vestibule. The hall is reaehed through a tower fifteen by fourteen feet in size, in which is a circular stairway. Tho tower Is quite attractive, giving to tho structuro a gothlo and picturesque ap pearance. Tho apex Is surmounted with a weathcr-gnnge In tho shape of a spread-eaglo, under which is a place for a town clock. The building, which was brick color before, Is now painted a stwno or drab color. Everybody Is pleased and satisfied with tho Improve ment, and thoso who doubted tho expe diency of Improving an old building, agree that thu money has been well ox peuded, and will answer all tho cxigen cles of tho county for lorty years to como. Too much prniso cannot bo given to tho Commissioner, Mr. Levi Zook, for tho close attention and business energy he has given to tho trust. Thu Contrac tor, Mr. Moses Bennett, has douo his work well nnd with characteristic (Idol ity and promptness. Had tho same management been given to tho school building tho tnx payers of tho district would havo saved Mx or seven thousand dollars and had a much better job. SCHOOLS. Thu school houso, nn imposing build ing, is situated "011 tho hill" in the eas tern portion of tho town has a fine architectural appcaranco, threo stories high, with mansard roof and basement It will sent over a thousand pupils, and Is heated by hot air from furnaces in tho basement. The grounds nro large, and nro well planted with ornamental and shade trees. An expenditure of ono or two thousand dollars In paint ing nnd other adornments, would mnko it ono ot tho finest appearing buildings, outside of tho largo cities, in tho stato. Tho colored school, in charge of Mrs. Tom Fry, Is nourishing attendance and advancement good, and order and discipline admirable. UKSIIIENCK.S. A number of Uno residences have been built in tho last year. Among which are Judgo Russell's in tho south ern nnd Joseph Hoblltzcll nnd Thomas Krcck's in tho westorn part of tho town. These aro fine residences with large bay windows nnd other modern Improve ments, Tho ro.Idonccs of Thomas Hlnde nnd James gcott, built two years ago, with their well Improved lawns and shrubbery, has addod much to tho nppearanco of their neighborhood. Gcorgo Anderson, Asher Goslin Lit Edwards nnd Gideon Kunkel havo nlso built largo and liundfcoino residences. Hall roads seem lo bo In tho air, nnd tho determination of our'peo- counties. Forest City uses from four to six thousand pounds of this flour week ly. mo custom worn is very large, nnd on any day In tho wcok thu mill can bo seen surroumled wllh wagons awaiting their turns for their grists. Some of them como twonty-fivo and thirty miles, though they havo mills in their immcdlato neighborhood It is a steam mill und tho fuel thoy con sumo, mako tho running expensive. At the factory Is made all wool cloth, lino and soft and in good colors; nlso salinctts, jeans, blankets, flannels und yarn. Hie writer of this has been wearing their mako of cloth for v ears, and has no hesitancy In saying that it will wear as long again as that mndo at the lnrgcr factories, for tho reason thnt It Is made of all now wool, whllo tho other.- uso a part of tho shoddy taken from old woolens. Tho Kunkel Uro's aro ail practical men, six in number, and do most of their own work. Ono is tho head miller, another tho engl neer, two run tho factory and GId does tho buying and selling, delivering nt the railroad and in town. Ho will take your orders and fill them prompt lya most energetic ar.d business firm is tho Kunkel Brothers. OUU 1IUS1NES IIEPIIKSENTATIVES. Oregon has a good class of murcuunts easy In their eircumstancss, tho most of them discount their bills for cash at tho tlmo of purchase. Somo of tham havo been long In thu business, and tho fruits of their success can bo seen in the lino business houses that have been erected in tho last few years, and tho handsome .residences built in and near town: Hershbcrgcr & Anderson Occupy ono or tho Uno rooms in tho brick row on tho north sido of tho squaro, and has a miscellaneous stock of dry goods, gro ceries, clothing, boots, hats, etc , with a largo stock and irood assortment of hardware In fact, tho only hardwaro storo in town was absorbed by this firm, and it has kept the stock up well slnco Mr. Ilershborger is an old citizen and merchant of German descent, and speaks that language fluently, which gives tho firm a groat advantage, as a good portion of tho population of tho county is Gorman. Thu junior partner, Mr. Geo. Anduison, who Is a practical und educated firmer docs the buying of tlio farming implements for tho houso, and his selections aro tho best adapted to toe soil and surface of tho couutry Ira Pcter-An '-old timer" and hero long before tho wall," Is on tho cornor in tho brick block, on tho northwest of tho square, und has a largo and va ried stock of goods, including almost everything kept In county seat towns ilis gwods aro of a hotter quality than usually kept hy merchants outsido of largo cities; and tho Indies say they can uo suited 111 dross goods and trim miiigs at Peter's. So it is with men's nnd boy's clothing; being a good judgo himself, ho buys from tho largest und best established houses in tho oast. Areek m Watson In tho brick row, havo a largo stock of goods, miscel laneous in character, nnd do a largo business, botn in town nnd country. The firm is composed of young men of much energy and business tact. Schultc Brothers Aro to tho west of tho Court House, and havo tho usual stoik kopt by country merchants and do a good business. They both speak tho iiorman langungo, their custom, in a largo proportion, como from that source. ucorge vnauaueuw the corner does a tnlo and prosperous business 111 dry goods, clothing and groceries, and no man deserves it moro. IK. JI. Sterrctt On tho cornor, north side, deals In staple goods of different kinds, jewelry and bilc-a-brao gener ally. Ntcls Stock l'ho tailor, and a good merchant tailor ho Is, is in tho brick row next to tho City Hotel. Ho has a lino stock of cloths, casslmurcs and trimmings, which ho will mako up for yon and fit you to a dot. Give him a call. Kiim its Proud Druggists on tho north side of tho square, reprcsont tho oldest drug house in town, and main tains Its supremacy woll. Dr. King is a practicing physician. Dr. Lehmer In tho samo row has a neat and complete stock of drugs, paints, glass nnd fancy goods, which ho disposes of In a quiet wny to good ad- Clark PhilbrickOoca tho shaving of our city, to tho satisfaction of bis custo mors. L, II. Hilt is also engaged in tho samo business. August Bcrres Our furniture dca'cr, has been located in our citv a number of years, and is regarded as a substan tlal and reliable merchant. Stout & Itortravt Havo just opened a stock 01 confectioneries, and irom their enterprise would judgo them able for tho duties required of them in their now field of labor. J. W. Pent Has lately oponed a bar nss shop in our city. Hu is au experi enced workman, nnd is doing a good business. N. J. Kygcr Has becu in tho sa loon business In tho city for tho past fcovontcon years, and is keeping tho only saloon in tho city. Amos Castle Hot only makes boots and shoes, but keeps a largo stock of thu samo ready made, torruther with a largo stock of gent's furnishing good" F. S. Rostock & Son Mako boots nnd ssoes to order, ami guarantee an ino:r work. Harry Faruyhcr Is cnrrylng a largo stock of jowelry and silverware. Mrs. M. Sterrctt & Martin, and Mrs, S. A. Hill represent thu millinery .busi 11 ess. Geo. Nics Carries a largo stock of fanoy goods, notions, and ladles' dress goods. J. A. Kccvcm & Co Aro general mer chants. Samuel Stuckey Is in the livery bus iness, nnd keeps good turnouts at rea sonnblo prices. Edwards it Fry and Foster & Ely represent tho butcher business. L. II. Edwards Js doing tho wagon work nnd wagon making of tho city, and is regarded ono of tho very best mechanics of our city. Samuel Shutts, Miles Prlvit, and Win. f1 , . I. 1. 1.. ..I. .,...!.!. . ... ..I... vsuun tuu uiu uiuuivaiumiB ui uiu Vltv, and aro all experienced workmon. J. II. Nies & Co Aro our tinners, and carry a largo stock of stoves and pressed ware of different kinds. Jacob Kinsley Is ono of our oldest citizens and harness makers. A eltl zen, that any town might well bo proud of. Hoblitzell & Co Carry a largo stock of lumber, sash, doors, blinds, lime, hair, etc. Fred Sccman Carries a largo stock of boots and shoes, nnd Is tho only ox elusive dealer in this lino in our city. Inghram & Baker Aro making tho brackets and kitchen safes for this por tlon of tho state. Thoy have a largo amount of mnchlnory, and nro turning out tho very best class of work. Samuel Whitmer Is making tho sorghum, and Is now running (ho Inrg. set manufactory of this kind in north west Missouri . Tho newspaper interests aro woll represented, tho Holt County Press nnd The County Papeii ; tho former Democratic and tho later Republican. Each hare a largo circulation und liber al advertising patronage. STORE ! J.R.WILSON COMES TO T1I FRONT With tho Largest Stock of Goods in Southern Holt, CONSISTIMJ OF Worsteds, Ginghams, Cashmeres, -Detains. Alpaccas; Calicoes, Caps Shawls Hoods, Nubias, Etc. Boots & Shoes. Good boots from $2.7.r to $4.75 Shoes from 76 cents up. My lino of GROCERIES Aro complete. Good Coffeo 8 lbs. to tlio 81 00. Host. C 1-2 Removal D. M. Martin Has removed just 0110 door south of Bank whore may bo found tho most complcto slock of Harness, Saddles. Bridles. Etc. Ever offered for fcalo In Holt County. am offering special inducements in Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, and Sleigh Bells. I am also selling rclobratcd Studcbakcr Wagons, Buggies, rlattorm Spring Wagons, Jbitc. Please call and examine my stock. All work warranted. I. 31. BJTHLTITV, OUEGON, MO. THR AIjUANY MUDDLE. Nearly two wcoks of tho session of tho Now York legislature has keen wasted at Albany. In other words, Ihd people of that Stato havo pnld their leg islators for moro than a week's sorvico nnd got nothing in return. Tho re sponsibility for this wiong to tho tax payers lies with tho Dcniocrotio party, whoso representatives havo fallen out about tho offices and puttonngo of tho body , nnd whllo engaged in a factional fight ovor tho spoils aro preventing tho transaction of business. The Assom bly is still without organization, and thoro nro but littlo signs of tho dead lock bolng broken. Tho Republicans nro In n minority in both bouses, and nro not in tho least to blamo for tho obstruction of tho public business. Thoy havo nominated can didates of their own for tho offices to bo filled and seem determined to support them for tho present nnd refnso all propositions to negotiate with either faction of their opponents. If they havo nny prefcronno for ono sldo over tho other, It would naturally bo for tho undor dog in tho fight," but thoy aro not tho allies of Mr. Kelly's followers, and nro In no way bound to give thorn assistance Still less aro thsy under obligation to tho Tllden faction. Tho tlmo may como when tho Republicans will bo callod upon by tholr senso of duty lo the peoplo to take somo steps to set tho law-making mnchlnory in motion, but they nro certainly undor no obligations to bulp olthor ef tho war ring factions In tho enemies' camp. lbs. for SI. 00. collection of I havo a fino Glassware, Tinware, Queensware. Shelf Hardware, Cutlery, Pocket Knives. Etc. In fact everything kept in a general store. J. R. WILSON, FORBES, MO. flunsEHY Stock. FOIt SALE IK OHDEIt TO A Complaint, In a certain part of Oregon there lives an old man, who has, lor u long tlmo abused his family outrageously, On account of falling health I am forced to offer my entire rtursery Stock for salo. I will erive thoso wishlnir to and it has crono to such an extent. that it buy cood sized bills of trees iiiuisiinFin. has becomo noticeable to passors bA. If "ucemonis to purenaso mm lor Spring thoro isn't a ston nut to It nt once, ho .,.UM"K- 1 aV" "lrSu "0C.K " might find himsolt pctiplng through Iron bars. Wo publish this ruoroly as a warning, ns wo huto to exposo an old man, and If it isn't stopped, the law will havo to tako Its course, xx HARNESSSHOP Having ucon in tho business since 1850, I know I can put up work that win give satisfaction. 1 uso Pittsburgh Leather. Which Is tho best, nnd will Koop on nanii ovorytning tunt oeiongs toaFHtST-CLASS Har ness Shop. All work Guaranteed. Repairing a soeo ialty. Two doors east of King & Proud,s J. W. P ERET, OREGON, MO. and Ornnmontal Tress todisposoof, uwisisuug in pari oi 20.000 Annio trees. 2. 3. 4. and 5 vours . . OKI. Also Peach, rear. Plum. Anrlcot. anu merry iroos in nouuuanco A lnro lot ot Evorgreons, from 1 to 10 feet high. A lot of Ueooh, Whito IMrch and Chestnut trees. A larsro and choice selection of Iilaok berries, Raspberries, Goosobcrrles, and airawuernes, urapes, eto. Flowering Plants and Shrubs. GEO P. LUCKHARDT, Oregon, Mo, I will havo a cholco lot of Poland China Pigs for salo iu tho Spring, STRAYED frmn my farm near Forest City, 1 tlirce-yenr old nunc black marc, omo white on 01111 ut tlio ninii ici'i, wnitu uoi in center 01 lorenetul, 1 twc-yi'r-olil steer past, tliree In Hut siirlnir, rod and wh tu Knotted, lunrked with u prmi nff tha left ear and a split in the right oar. Also 0110 yearllug red steer, will ho two year old In the siting, white under tho belly, bush ot the tall wiiue, vwi mi uiu iuii ear huh a simi in uiu riKiuear. ncmi nicer uraniica Willi n lotlei "1"' mi the llchtur left liin. I will d:lv ilin f! lowlnt' rewards 1 10 to the person leliiruiiiK the mare 1 S5 apleco (or the leturn fcttlio Ueem t the niaru hud a small bell on und branded with a iciier "V" on oiie 01 uiu anoiiuiurs. 1'. l'lT.MAUMCK. X'uvest city, ;io, SUtTAliLK 1'lin.SENT roil YOUIt WII'K OK lUUdHTUK WOUI.K IIK AN UPRIGHT PIANO You ran purchaso 0110 at till omce for a very small niuii of money. Call and see It. ' iJ- THE GREAT Unfaling Sped Kon LiverComplaia Symptoms of Liver Complaint aro uneasiness and pain In tho side, sometimes pain In tho shoulder, and Is mistaken for rheu matism i the stomach Is ntlectrd with loss of niipeiue ami sickiioss j dowcis in Kdieral, ens tire, snmetlmesaltcraatluB with lax ; tho head i irimuieu wiiu .un,ium iiuuiieiiTy sensation considerable loss of memory, with painful sen nation of having left undone sometlilui; vrlilcl ouKhtto havo been done : often complalnlnc of I11K which weakness, debility und low spirits. Sometimes many of the above symptoms attend the dls ease, and at oilier times very few of them ; but uiu mvit is cenorany me oiirau most Involved Regulate the Liycr and Prevent DpflleiclH, Coimtlimtlon, Jnundle milium AttMckM, Cbllla nn re vr, Ilandnelir.l'.Colle, De pression of Nplrlta, Hour Htoirmcb, Ifenrtburn Piles, TONIC. ALTERATIVE AND CATHARTIC Simmons Uver Ilexulator, puroly vegetable " "' ...j;mvihu Kviib-runy uscu 111 mu noma arouso tho torpid Liver to healthy action. It acta wltb extraordinary power nnd efHcnejr on the Liver and Hldneya, The actlsn of tlio llcpulator Is free from nausea, or criplnir. It Is most effective In starting the serretlons of tho Uver, causing the m.iu ... n.i i-a.imnic n lieu tuuro is snox rcss of b e In tne stomach, thn lErciilatn l.un active purco t after the removal of the bile It iii rt-Kiiintu uie uuwiiis aim impart visorand health to the whole system. nrc 11 111 fuij 1 uiu iiemnno in wane Wrap per, with rd "2" prepared only hy J.H. ZEILIN&CO. taftoldbr all Drugirlats. s'lst 1 if 2 s!A m "litis -i ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STAT OF MlSSSOUKt, I uoiimy 01 mm. ) In the l'rubato Court of said county, January term, jboi. Now on this dav comes (leenro I'. Hkecls. ad mlnlstratiir of the estate of Thomas Everett, lato of Holt county, deceased, nnd presents to tho court Ilis petition, asking nn urder for tho salo of certain real-estate, ot which the said Thomas Everett, died, seized, described as fol lows : Tho northwest fourth ot tho northeast quarter of section thirty-live In township sixty-two ot range unriy-ninc, in nun county, .Missouri, lor the purpose ot redeeming the east halt ot the northeast quarter ot section thirty. tWe In townshlD slxtv-Cwo of ranee thlrtv-iilne. afore said : which said ixHItlon was accompanied by tho accounts, lists and inventories, as required by law ; shmvlng that said real-estate Is encum bered by said mortgage, and that said encum brance should be pnld : und Hint there is not sufllclent assets nn hand to pay the same ; on ex amination thereof the court llnds that there are not sulllclent assets In thn hands ot the adminis trator to pay olf the mortgaged liens against salJ real-estate; and that It will promoto the. interest of thn estate, and not be prejudicial to the creditors to sell tlio northwest fourth of thn northeast ((Hurler of said section as, township. 62 ot rango .'in. It Is ordered by the court that all persons Interested In the estate of said de ceased bu notified thnt application as aforesaid has been made ; and that unless thecontrary bo shown on r befor tho first day of the next term rf this court, to ho held on the 1:1th dav of l'YIirunry, iss:, an order will be inurio for the sale of tun real estato In said petition described, or so much thereof as shall bo sunlclcn' for tho redemption of said real-estate as aforesaid, and tho expenses of said redemption, and tho exi eases of such sale. Aim u is inriiier ordered tliat tills notice, ho published In somo newspaper published In said county of Holt tor four weeks prior to thu next term of this cent. A true copy of the original order. It. 11. IIU.sSEIj, Judge. Final Settlomont. Creditors and all others Interested In the es tate of 1 leo. Ileaumont, deceased, aro hereby notified that nnthcllrst day of the February term, IR-f.', ot the Vrobato Court, I shall mako final settlement ut vild estate. WM. HAWKINS, Pub. Adm'r. Final Settlement. Creditors nnd all othersilnterested In the es tat of W. J. Camphell, deceased, arc hereby notified that nn the llr.it dav ot the February term. I km, of the Probate Court, I shall mako dual settlement of said estate. J. h. CAMI'IIEM,, Adm'r, FINAL SETTLEMENT. Creditors and nil others Interested In tha es tate of John .Martin, deceased, are hereby noti fied that nn the first day of the February term. 1882. of tho Probate Court, I shall mako .final settlement of said estate. . T. MICAS, Adm'r. Final Settlement. Creditors and all others Inlerekteil In the es tate i .lepmiia v. Harris, deceased, are here final sjttlfinunt of said estati liy notified that oil the first nay of the February term. 18M. of the l'rubato Court, I shall mako WM. HAWKINS, Tub. Adm'r. Final Settlement. Creditors and all others Interested In tho ci tato Thomas M. Klnnrds. deceased, aro hereby notified that on the first dayof tlio February term. I8S2, of the Probate Court, I shall mako final settlement of said estate. WM. HAWKINS, rub, Adm'r. Final Settlement. Creditors and all ethers Interested In tho es tate of Ollsa Hopkins, decerned, aro hereby no tified that on tho first day of the February term, l82. of tlio l'rn.ato Court I shall mako final settlement of said estate. WM. IIAWKINB, rub. Adm'r. Final Settlement. Creditors, nnd all others interested In the es tate of Daniel K. Cottrell, deceased, urn hereby notified that 011 the first day of the February term, 1882, of the Probate Court, I shall maki dual settlement of saU estate. WM. HAWKINS, l'ub. Adm'r. Final Settlement. Creditors and all others interested In tho es tato of Amory Sherman deceased, aro hereby notified that on thn nrst day 'if the February term, 1882. of the Probate Court, I shall make final settlement of said estate. Vt M. HAWKINS, rub. Adm'r. Estray Notice. Taken up by Henry Kite nni posted before I). A. Young, 11 Justice of the l'caco In Liberty township of Holt county, on the 23d day of De cember. 1881, One tw.year-old steer i medium jlzej whito color with (lark led spots on thu head and neck 1 also a few spots on tho rump : marked with a dulnp 1 llranded with tho figure "is" on left shoulder and tho letters "C. o." or "(I.O," on tho left side s Nn other marks or brands, and appraised at 20by 0 Urimth.d. Meyer, and I, (Jrlfflth, who wore dulv qualified. HKNIIY KITE. Taker Up. tstray strayed null) two years old p somo whlU tinder (11 from my farm, near Mound City, a old past j pale red 1 may havo er uciiv. 1 win 11.1v a imp-ui rcmiru lur uuy llliuriiuuiuil leauing 10 Ills ro ll, li. AUTUN. covery. ESTRAY NOTICt. Taken up by Henry Hester nnd post pry Township of Holt county, on the IV December 1881, ono steer ( ml color. with smooth crop offfVlrlCS left left car: two ve). old cony from my jtruy hook. K. tf. McDonald, J. HENItY 11E8TEU, Taker Up. before Holi day ot urkert ear, aim silt in liast. A true ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Let ters of administration on tho estato of Hul 'tv.i,c,n.lri':, ,,t'P,,u!f,lt wore granted the un itnvdimthoiotliday ot December 1MI by the-rtob itWcnurt of I loll county. ' All-persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowauce u" the administrator within ono year after tlm dnto of said letters, or they may lio precluded from any henoiltof said estate, and If such claims bu not exhibited wltlila two yerrs irim tho drtu of said letters thnv will bo forever brrrod. KO, MelNTYllK, Adm'r. FREE To YOU T!7 1 fs M ,otho1, wmiiiuiK. llaatlai ' aF"f I o-i't. l-nlli.f llnv f. irt.... A n...i rv. f,r.sToJ!,r SSSK 5S!ftW on i Franco & Co., ForeHCity. ' ipeclal terms to owvautug stoat. Maarvlt, Tha JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE " a .atiri..,ti ...m. i u.: a urge, J-Pige, s-coiumn, weaiuy Agrtenltnral, . . "-T" ma lltook and Fsmlly ssptr, only li oo ir. t conia irMto any aooreu. aov.Mii Wj MIL CHMrT, Vutii, TlTonMtntt. Btr t, 81. Bamsli AMTin. I., , wncl.l M Sit