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VI S' f ppera House Store, BRAND CLOSING SALE OF SUMMER GOODS I Opera House Store, CORSAUT & MEYER, MOUND CITY. MISSOURI, Airy J i llx-J Prices reduced on Dress Ginghams, Lawns, Laces, Piques, Fans, Parasols, Linon Dusters, Sum- mor Dress Goods, Swisses, Dotted and Plain, Oottonades, Straw Goods, and in fact everything belonging to SUMMER TRADE, Wo call speoial attention to our largo stock of Gent's Light and Medium Woight Suits. Call and see and savo monoy. Thoso goods MUST bo Olosod out by August 15th to mako room for Fall and Winter Goods. Romombor the placo ncct llICi .11(1- ts 111 oftl- 1 tol lion I who lok- V Tub cholera la raging In Egypt. Ati ,Calio, Tuesday, July 2-itu, 4C3 doaths I wcro reported In twenty-four hours. The Commissioner of Internal Ro vonuu is nftor the niaiiulocturcrs of "Tol, Rock and Hyo" with a particu. Jary sharp stick. Before Mr. Tlldcn is again a can didate for tho Presidency, tko charge .that In early days ho sold grated turnips for horse-radish should bo investiga ted. All tho littlo flK In tho land will la ment to hear that tho famous General Tom Thumb Is doad. Fow larger mon havo mado moro noieo in tho world. Theue is a general election in Utah on tho Clh of August. General atten tion will bo directed toward tho work ings of tho Edmunds law, which pro hlblta tho voting of polygamlsti. The Now York World hoatls an edi torial with tho word "Fudgo." That . exccllont porous plastor for the aching back of tho Dcmpcracy would do well 1 to havo that word stereotyped on its editorial pago. Of courso tho Democracy want "to turn tho rascals out j" bHt there is justl- liablo public approhcnslon that they wowiu do nothing to keep out tho ras cals who would clamor for tho vacant places. The Democratic Presidential pas sibilities aro running such .a muck against each othor that tho party may after nil bo compolled to fall back on Bon Butler as tho only avallablo can didate. Una. Myra Bradwoll, of tho Chicago Legal News, is ono of tho intellectual and physical steam engines of that city. Sho is editor and proprietor of tho Legal News, an nblo lawyor, a good wlfo, a modol mother, a splendid housekeoper, posseasos social qualities of a very high order, and doos moro . work ovory day of her lifo than twenty ordinary Chicago lawyers. The telegraphers strike which was inaugurated at noon on Thursday of .last week, continues with increasing confidence) on both sldos. Thus far tho operators havo rocolved tho worst of tho fight, and oro another wook passes will undoubtedly regret their action Tho Western union ana other oorn pantos will certainly not grant the de mauds of tho oporutors or treat in any way with Tolegraphors' Brothorhood Govkiieor Crittenilon deserves un stinted pralso for his rofnsal to remit tho first flue imposed under tho Down ing licenso law. ,4The law," ho says "is plain, simple, reasonable, whole some, and should bo obeyed." The Govornor adds that ho will remit no fines at all laid under it. Justice, in truth, is quite as often brouaht into contempt by grants of pardons to crim ,inals as by failure of courts to convict .In tho first instance. Thoro aro mon who can never refuso a request to sign ,r potltlou, and petitions for tho re in is sion of "ponaltlcs aro altogothor too common. Governor Crittenden vir .tuallr declares that violations of tho Downing law ought to bo punished as certainly and as speedily as violations of tho laws against burglary, or murder or even horso stoallng. And he Is quite right. Tho Downing law is law .and a good law, too. Dominoo Frclso.a distinguished Bra zilian physician, has boon making In vestigatioiiB as to tho origin of yellow fellow and has discovered in tho blood of yellow (oyer patients a cryptococus to which he has given tho titlo "zanthouenicus, or "yellow-producer. Tho littlo pest appears as "minuto points1 or colls with grayish or fringed ,marginj," and sometimes as "granula tions aggrogatod in a yellowish matix. A gram of blood charged with tho eryp tocoions, and injooted into to tho veins of a rabblt.cuuscd doatb Inside a quar tor hour. A gram of tho rabbit's blood Injopted into a guinea pig quiokly pro ducedi death, This experiment was carried on much farther, and Invariably the blood ,of th dead animals was found to be swarming with anlmaloulm, and ,provcd fatal when placod imothor anraajs. Earth from tho grnvuot yollow tovor pationt, who had died yoar bofem, was. placod in a box with guinea pig, and at the end of five day the animal died, and its blood vn: found to bcftillorally swarming with germs, This,, .rouiarkabjo experiment polkU strongly 'towards tho conclusion that grayeyarcU ;shpuld bo strictly quHrantineU aatfoodici cremated during epidemics, Georiia farmers nro buying ninny largo furm bolls. Thov arc to bo used to arouso tho neighbors in case of an In vasion by tramps. Tuksiut night, July 21th. a lerriblo calamity occurred at North Point Tlvo II, an excursion resort on tho Patapsco, ten miles lrom Baltimore, Maryland, at about 10 o'clock. Of lives lost the number is cstlmntcd at bctwoou sixty and seventy. Tho accident was caused by the giving way of tho outer portion tho pier, on which soveral hundred persons wore congregated, nwalting tho boat to return to the city. Tho lo cality Is in u small bay, distant about two miles from North Point lighthottso. It was formerly known as Holley Groyo, and was the first regular excursion placo fixed up near tho city about fif teen yours ago, and was the most popu lar resort at that timo and for several years afterward. A uauk suspicion arises that John Kelly Is playing a deep nnd deadly gnmo. Tho Now York regular Demo crnts havo been making arrangements to. keep Tammany out of tho Stato Con volition this fall, nnd Kelloy's apparent indorsement of Tilden may simly bo a trick to kill opposition and secure ad mission. Kelly's position Is that if tho majority of Domocruts signify that they want Tilden for President, no Demo crnt should refuso to support him. But suppose that Kclloy should contend that tho majority of Democrats must not want Tilden. Thus doth suspicion poison tho brother's Cup. Tummy might bo kept out of the Convention Just to try Kelly's sincerity. But it is neno of our business. mk. wnltersou daily crows moro amicable. In a recent editorial ho says: "Tho Courier-Journal has nover designed to injuio tho charactor or thwart tho ambition of Mr. Samuel J Randall." But ho adds a very solemn romlndor to tho Democracy in those woids: "But, in our Judgement his election will, if it docs not prove tho signal lor the dissolution of tho Demo emtio party, rotard, to a ruinous ex tent, tho growth nnd progress of sound economic principles, oil which tho fa turo of tho party must depend." Ho I lion adds a littlo taffy to sweeten the dose, and closes with: "Not in fear. but in friendship, do we ndviso him to got out of a contenst iu which be has everything to lose and nothing to gain." The Maitland Fair will opon on September, 10,1883 At which time, and as often before as posbiblo, vou want to call and 800 the Maitland Store ! Our Stock is now j our goods nro first class; our prises are low, and wo will oxen ourselves to pieaso you. wo car ry everything usually found in a General Stock. Why shouldn't you como to seo usP HERSHBEBGER & LEWIS MAITLAND, MO. HIGH WATERS. Wo would respectfully announce to tho public that wo havu Just finished fitting up our Woolen Factory, and can Spin, Card, Etc. on short notice. Wo havo bought a large lot oi wool, nnd aro ronnulnetur ing au Kinus ot Woolen Goods and Yarns. Our goods will be made nice nnd sub stantial, especially adaptod to tho use of thoso wanting good clothes. Thoso havinc wool to trade for erooda and yarns will find it to their advantage to call un us. In connection with tho Woolen Factory, wo aro onoratinc: our Flour Mill, and aro propared to grind lor ovoryuouy. uur Pat'nt Peerless wo euarantoo to bo equal to tho best Othor good grades of flour also on hand. The wholesale trade solicited. RoepVctfully, D. KUNKEL & SONS For Hats of all styles go to II Thomas tc uo, urnie, no. For Ladies' Dress Goods Lawns Ginghams, Lao and Fmo poods go to II, Thomas & Co,, Craig, Mo Just rocolvod at T. L, Prion's Ilard waro Store, tho nobbiest' lot of Bird Cages ovor brought to tho town. y.OOO acres of land for sale in fiirriA froni SO 4o 400 acres each, Addies (with stamp) Mooro & Hollniann, Or! ...... n..n ..... tn. i 1 W guu null, uuuury, luiauuun. f & MEYER3 OPERA ZVCOTJlsriD CITY, 1sLXSSOJJTt, LADIES' U IDE CUers, Marsey & Co., Sr. Joseph, Mo.. At thoir Extensive Dry GoodH Emporium, carry one of tho largest linos oi' Ladies' and Children's Heady Made Garment r in tho city. Ladies' Street Suits, Reception Suits and Morning Suits in Silk, Worsted and Wash Goods, Ladies' Mohair and Linen Ulsters, Cloth Raglans, and all the late pretty styles in Spring Wrappings. Hand some lino ot upora ami Evening Shaws. "Every thing" Ready Mado for In fant's Wardrobe. Largest and cheapest lino of Ladies' Cambric Underwear in the city, Spocial Prices on several linos of Ladies' Suits to reduce stock. CUMBERS, HMEY& CO. North Side Felix, bet. 5th and Clh, ST. JOSEPH. MO- Look Here! Do You Want a Farm? CD A Acres. 3K miles northeast of Oi ecron OaJ Will bo sold In nno body, or divided into inu louowing tracts. Terms easy s 160 Acres""A11 '" cult'va"0I- 1 Qfl Acres Homo nnd somo out-build XOJ lugs In cultivation and pasture. 1 QflAcrra-Home. linrni under tencu lOU "u acres lu orchard. 3 Acres In Forest City; orchard, good house, nluu riiums. cellar, Htulilo. garden spot ; most slglilly place in Forest City. Terms, easy. Q Lets nnd liouso Tn Forest City; two a rooms, irons. Kiiniun, water, etc. easy. Qf Acres Near lio.wcll. Holt county. Mo. U AO acres In cul'tvatlon. bnhinco nut In small :orcliard near two scliool liousci mid a church, l'rlce, Sl.lwo.OO. ion Acres Near N'aplor, Holt enmity, J.OU llo,: 60 acres wlldurass: HO acres tn cultivation! nil per ncro. fenced ; nimilm; water. $15 A( Acres Timber : 1', mllo southeast oi tyj Forest City, Sis per acre. A( Acres Ilottom land; 3 miles .south ot iu sorest city, sio per aero. J Oood Grist Mlll-Stenm. SU.WO.uo. For further particulars, enquire of T. J. Wll.MAMfiON, Forest City, Mo. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. THE STATU OF MfSSOUltl, I ,u County of Holt, fs3 In tho Circuit Coutt of said County, August Lilly HuRhcs, I'laluttlt, vs. Hobert f.eo Huclies. Dofcndant. At this day comes tho plaintiff herein by her attorney, before tho Hnderslgn.nl clerk of said court, In vacation, mid tiles her petit Ion and nniduvlt, stntlnt'. tunoiiB other tbliiKS, that tho nbovc named defendant Is a non-resident of tho Mate ot Missouri so that the ordinary process of law cannot bo served upon him, whereupon ii is umcreu uy 1110 cierx iliac sam uoieliuiuit bo notified by publication (hat plaintiff has commenced a suit uualnst him In this court, the object and Miieral nature of which Is that plain till sucks to bo divorced from tho bondsof mat rimony contracted with defgndaut on the 20th d.lV Of Jlav. 1870.. mill Unit Knlil lnn,U lu coled unit liehrfor imuglit on the grounds ot nbandonnu'iit nnd fnllum of Uefendinit tn pro vldp plaintiff jvltiunicans of support: and that plalntltf may Imvo tho caro and custody of their two children bom of said marrkiRo ; and tlmt unless tho said Itobert l,eo HukIics bo mid ap pear at this court iittho noxt term thereof, to bo becun nnd holdcn at tho Court House, lu tho city of Oregon, lu said county, on thu U7tli day of August, next, mid on or beforo tho sixth day ii tald term, answer or plead to the petition In suld cause, tho same will bo taken us confessed, and judgment will be rendered ncconllnuly, Am,Us,,s turttier ordered, that n copv hereof bo published nccordliiK to law In Tine County l'Al'i'.K for four wocks Mtccesslvolv, tho last In sertion to bo at least four weeks beforo tho llrst day of tald term. I). H. AMUIti:, Clerk. THIS STATU OF MISHOUltl, I County of Hojt, fss I, D. H. Alktrc. Clerk of tho Circuit Conrt ot Holt County, iiforcsald, hereby certify that tho nbovr Is a true copy, of (he orlR lunt order, of publication, In tho cause therein namsd, as tho samo appears lu lay nftlco. Witness my liamt m Clerk, nnd tho seal of sa d court Done nt oMco In Oregon, this cth day or July, 18&I.. , , , 1).H. A1.KIIU5, Clerk. Charles W.. Thomas. Atfy for M'U. SHERIFFS SALE. In IIib Circuit Court of nolt county, Mo April term, IttA'l. Jnmes W. ' Vfttrlck against .Ocorfia HerflnL'. JuiJiiA. Hcrrlns, John l'atrick wul Wlllliun I'atrlck. Uy ylrtuo and authority' of a decree nnd or iter of sale mado by t,ald court lu thu nbovo on t.llml cause, and of u certified copy thereof, dated tho ath day of July, mat I will on FltlDAY, AUOUST '31, 1883. between the hourB of ulna o'clock lu tho fore. noon and live, o'clock lu the afternoon of that day, nt tho Court Houso door In the city of Ore- (ton, county of Holt,-jiforesnld, sell at publlo vendiiu to tho JiUibest bldaer, thq following des- The south half of lot; S oflt thn nnrtli. wes: ran; i. All lyliiif iind bcliip'Iii nalU couaty ,W Holt and Htnto of Missouri, .'.. I Terms i-Cash In hand. "u I X. 3. flASTLI?. Sheriff of Holt County, Diinioii ou uurgess, torost UHy, soli lor cosh and produce only. MAITLAND. Gcorgo Hutchinson Stnrtcd (or St. Joo Monduy Tho following Ore- Ronitcs wcro in town last Friday : Nick Stock, N. J. Kygor, Win. Frame, Hen ry Stcrrctt, Louis Mooro and Clrtro Ir vino. It was circus day, and somo ol their friends hero supposed they wcro following tho circus Yes, J. S. Kenyon is smiling serenely. Coz why it' n b'hoy, which came to his hoiiso last Monday, mid Oh, yes, Deo Hcdg pcth Is another lucky man lti a visi tor that canio "Out from tho shore of the unknown sen, iiiviiiik in iuuiui HKUll), Of tho unknown sea that reels mid rolls, Kpccked with tho barUs ot littlo sohIs Harks that wcro Inunclled on the other sldo And supped from Heaven ou nu ubbltiR tide I" And it enmo to stay it's a wco littlo girl Mrs, William Keller guvo birth to twins last Sunday, n little boy and a littlo girl. Wo n'gret to havo to chronicle tho death of bo.h tho little ones within twenty-four hours nftor birth. At this writlug tho mother is in n ciitical condition. We hope she may soon recover Mr. William Hoff mann nnd Miss. Philopcna Spoerlo paid their friends in Graham and Maitlnnd a pleasant visit, last Sunday Dr. Milton l'arnsh, of Crnlg, was taking in our town last week Dr. M. Saville of Maitland, was In our city a fow hours lastwcoK Matthew Hnyhlll, from near Nov Point, was in town last week getting ready to start on a trip to Ne braska John Shutts was in town last wcok carrying bU arm in a sling. He had sprained it in somo way Died, Thursday, July 19th, Mrs. M. A. Brown, aged seventy-eight years, moth er of Mrs. Alfred Moore. Hor remains were taken to Huntington, Indiana, for interment. Mr. and Mrs. Mooro ac companied tho casket containing the body to its last resting placo Mrs E. F. Woller and Mrs. Wllllniu Ever- hart went over to the Mound City Min eral Springs last week II. 13. R Kelly has bought tho stock of furnituro from William Evorhart and will carry on tho business James C. Smock, who has boon quite sick for several days, is convalescent Joo Collison was in town last Monday, so was H. 0 Cowan; and what was that going Thnndorlng down tho ages,11 if it wasn't Leo Oren's laugh? Which It was ot courso. Como again, gentle men, wo will always bo glad to greet you Jamos Ewing, I. N. Phillips and Col. Llbby are all back at homo again. Mr. Ewing, wo learn, will soou open up a stock of goods at Axtull, Kansas. May success go with him. . T 1 - 1, . Linus muoio cruotiy arrested a young man on circus day. Tho boy was onjoying himsolf with his giil on tho upper seat In the circus, nnd Louis beguiled him down and took him away to put him in durnnco vile. How sad! FORBfeS. Rov. Hllmnn, Presbyterian , filled his regular appointment Sundav lilo-hr. Miss Anna hambaugh was In town last Saturday, purchasing nn unusual nwount of dress goods. In the lang uage oi tno poet, "Why is this thus and what is this thusnossP', Wo have throe or four young men enraced in a race. Tho best man will bo tho ono who gels married first Sam Evans and his botter.half had a fow words last Wednesday and parted. Sho is visiting roiatives and frionds in the vicinity of Now Point Miss Wilk- lnson, of Foro6t City, is spending a low days with hor friend, Miss Julia De- vorss Miss Jennie Cnmpboll, of uentry county, is horo visiting frionds atid relatives Forbes is. getting to bo qulto a summer resort. All tho boys aro putting on nn oxtia twist to their mustaches, owing to tho ronort that several St. Joe girls aro to bo up this wcok, visiting frionds in this vicinity. Ono ot tho most unearthly sounds ever hoard by man wns wafted here by auorth wind tho other ovoning, Ev erybody ran out nnd listened; it kept oucdming. A committeo was orgm izoil, to invostigato and see if it was dan Rerousj nbout two-and-a halt miles north they found Mike Peirco trying to learn ti play an Eb horn. Tbcy pul verized him and peaco has onco moro gained her equilibrium. GORDON. Hard to find in harvest tlmcsP Itoras Harvesting nbout over In this part of Holt. Crops good Can you toll us who out more grain than Ad. Gordon. Wo will try nnd ilnd( out If you will tell us how muoh grain Mr. G. cut. Ed. Mosars. Wnndllng & Co, began thresh' ring , tho crop of W. L. Thompson on Jho 38th inst. , , . . .Tho storm did very littlo damage in this section Mr. Johh Norman and Mrs. A. W. Iliown- Lloe aro on the sick list The house Kxf r.i..., ... i .i .... iuiu jiiuuuuiff nuo uiuuicii lulling his absence on U&nsib, und $40 taken out ot n trunk Whoro is thoro a bettor dctoctivc than G. U. McIntyroP ....Wo understand tho directors of I'rnnklln district havo engaged Mr. E. Logan, of Atchison county, to teach their school the coming winter. This is his second term in this district J. II. Flckcs will teach nt Gordon's this winter Mr. Joseph Andes, near tho Union church, is putting up n duo residence. E. G. Smith, of Mound City, Is doing tho painting The show is among tho things of tho past, as well as tho fifty cents wo had somo time ago. BLUFF CITY. Miss Flora Crouser has returned to St. Joo ... David Keller, of Bolekow, Missouri, is visiting his bi other, Lovi Keller Frank liree.o, of St. Jo- soph, is visiting In our burg, this week. Mrs. Cindy Curzon has removed to Winthrop Mr. Allen WiUon nnd wlfo, of Coming, Kansas, aro visit ing the family of B. II. Harrison. Wo' regret to say that Mr. W. is is in voiy pcor health Mr. John Cannon has tho contract for putting lu a combina tion bridge across Mill creek. Ho Is pushing tho work to completion as fast as possible Joo Henry, of Mait land, was circulating among tho boys last Sunday Wonder why "that fellow" didn't cntch tho young lady that fell out ol tho cherry Irco tho other night? Wood dealers from St.Joe, Omaha mid other plnces, arc numer ous in the timber districts of lower Holt, and tho prospects aro m favor of fuel being scarco tho coming winter. W. S. Glfford and C. A. Keed, of St. Joseph, spent last Sunday in IJIuff City Black berries nro ripe .... Tho farm upon which tho Curzon fam ily havo lived since 18G5 has changed hands, W. S. Glfford, of St. Josoph, is tiow tho ownor. It comprises a tract of somo 600 acres. Mr. Gifford's brother, Cotirtland, who is a large wood dealer, will bo associated with him, and they will soon bo preparod to go into a gen oral trading business on a cash basis, fitting tho place Into n stock farra.doal ing in all kinds of produeo; in fact, any thing tho farmer has to sell. Messrs. Giffords aro known to bo honest, up right Gentleman, and will bo of service to Holt county Stacking grain is now tho order of tho day Jesso Crouser is improving Mr. Schlotz hauor is hnving his cord-wood hauled to tho switch.... Wo would like for somo one to tell us how tho Uluff City correspondent ol tho Press knows that VineHoroy, of Forest City, is niakiug money? There havo been soveral extra trains on the K. C. II. It. within the- past week.. .....Wo would liko to hear Tom Feu tell whoro he found him self Inst Saturday morning about day light Leo Wilson, of Forest City, is onco moro making regular trips to this neighborhood That is, ho is down horo every Sunday, and wo don't know what else to call them but regular Mr. Schlotzhaucr sold his fat hogs to B. B. Harrison last week. We did not learn the pneo From thn way that things look at prcsont, we bollovo tlmt wo will havo tho pleasuso of catiug somo wedding cake beforo long Charles Curzon shipped several ear loads of walnut logs from tho switch to Messrs. Hnx & Co,, St, Joo, on the 21st. Wo don't sco why !omo mer chant don't put up a store at CurzoH's Switch, and n postollleo is also very badly nccdod at this placo. ..i. FOREST CITY. II. T. Alklro has sold his stock of goods to John II. Minton,who will con duct tho business in tho namo of Mill ion & Alkiro, Jumcs Alklro retaining his interest Mr. Joseph Groves has' sold his nlco residoneo property to, John II. Minton. Mr. Groves, for tho prosont, will occupy tho Whobroy prop erty in thu north end of town Mr. J. M. Ford lias returned from his Toxns trip. He reports tho cattle in terest in thas stato in good condition. Charles Graves, David Perkins and Gcorgo Martz aro seeing tho sight in St. Joseph Mr. Hatfield who moyed tn the bottom last spring for tho purposo of farming, having lost his crop, has returned to Forest and en gnged In tho butcher business with Mr. Wntson Eighty dozen chick- ens wcro shipped from hore Monday for tho Now York market Mr. St, John, of Council BlutTs, is buying und shipping fruit lrom this placo Our operator, Mr. Potior, Is on a striko, fvj savs Ho is sure to win ureau nnom tor ....Married, at thohoinss 1J Boyd, In Forest City, Jujvmpt Hsnuire, wiiKiiiHon. .nr. v to Miss Mary O. Boy-', JJ county. ' . Uuy the UlU 11IU3U Ulllllilpy reaper In tljfhej; MOUND CITY. We have been favored with n show, n wedding and two births, and an in stitute within tho last week. Tho show came on Thursday nnd left on Friday. Tho attendance was largo, and tho haul good for tho show. .... .Our instructor for the institute arrived Saturday, und work was commonccd Monday with good prospects of a woll nttended and valuable session Sunday evening nt 6 o'clock Mr. F. S. Fesslor and Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, of our city, were married at tho bride's residence. Mr. Porter, of tho Baptist church, porform- Ing tho ceremony C. K. Corsatit and U. E. Kcyt were In especially good humor, Monday. Causo tho arrival of a son for each on Sunday It has been determined to hold a Holt County Union Sunday School Convention on tho lfith of August. Tho plaeu .selected provisionally, is tho Mineral Springs. Committees on grounds, invitation, program and music havo been appoint ed, and everything will be dono to make the affair enjoyable. Prominent speakers from nbroad will bo present, nnd it is hoped that all the schools In the county nuil those of Atchison and Nodaway counties Hint are within reach will bo In attendance. Lot everybody como nnd havo a grand time. TRY Minton & Burgess -Fon- Bargains Forest City. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. HTATnOI' MISSOURI, I County nf Holt, ( in. Iu tho Circuit Court of nald county, Auciut Trni,lM3. William L. Rordou, l'lalulllf, vs. Samuel 1!. Sweeten, and Kllzabeth Simton, At thin day comes tho plaintiff herein, by his attorney, beforo thu undernlKiicd clerk of tald court, iu vacation, nnd flic hit petition and af fidavit, statlut; nmon other (limes, that tho nbovo named defeudantt nro non-residents of (he state of MIssouiImi that the ordinary pro cess of law cannot bo sarved upon them, where upon it Is ordered by the clerk that xaU defeu fUutt.H bo notified by publlcatluu that plaintiff has couimtncud a suit hkiIiiM them In this court, tho object nnd Kineral natiiro of which Is that, wheri-an ou (ho 15lh day of .lauuarv, 1681, defendants Rave t plaintiff their certain promissory r.nto by which they piomlscd, for value received, to pay plaintiff the stun of two hundred and elKhteen dollars, twelve mondis after ihito. with Interest from maturity nt ten percent, per annum : that mi tho loth day or April, ibs, uuu'ii'iams maun u p.iymeui. nine dollars on nntd note, and on tho 1st day of Aug ust, lM-', another payment of twclvo dullars; that there Is yet duo and unpaid to plahltlff ou said unto thu sum of (wn hundred and twenty seven dollars and twelve cents, for which, to- Settler with tho costs of this suit, plaintiff asks udgmcnt, ir .1 that unless tho said Hntuucl i:. Iweetcn and Ullzabeth Sweeten bo and appear nt this court at the noxt term (horeof, to be be gun and hoi don ul (ho Court House, In tho city of Oregon, lu s.tld county, on tho 27th day of AtiRust next, and ou or beforo tho sixth day of said term, answer r plead to (ho petition In said cause, tho samu will bo taken as confessed, and Juditmcut will bo rendered accordingly. Aud It Isfurther ordcicd that a copy hereof be published nccordlucto law Iu Tin: county PAMtn for four weeks successively, tho last In sertion to bo at least four weeks before tho llrst day of said term. I). B. Al.KIltK, Clctk. state or Missouni, 1 County of Holt. f8" I, D. H. Alklro, clerk ot tho circuit court ot Holt county aforesaid, hereby certify that (ho nbovo Is a truo copy of tho original order of publication, Iu (ho cuusu (herein named ns tho tamo appeal's tinny office. Witness my band as clerk, and tho seal of said court. Done nt office In Oregon, this 2nd day nf July, 1883. 1. H. ALKIItK, Clerk. Jamison & Thomas, Atty's for i'lff. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OK MISSOURI 1 COUNTV OK IIOI.T ! JHS. n tho Circuit Court of suld county, April term, laid. ha Stato of Missouri nt tho relation nnd ta thn use of I'. 1'. wulty, collector ol itovuuuu for Holt county, Missouri. a. L. Johnson, Krod Mjers, and W, 0. Smith. IMondants. H this day comes tho l'lalutlff heroin, by Its rVnoy, mid It nppenrlnK to (ho satisfaction .Iu court that the defendant. W. C. Smith Is a u li-icsldcnt ot this State aud cannot be scr.vl?) ,l llth nrHlnnpv nrnin.4 nf Inw. ivhnrnnnmi 1 ' onY ed by the Court tlsat tho Defendant 'lrn tliylby publication that l'lalnllff im ou,0 TCj n.U.n.,.r n ...I s.r..lliaf Mm In tlilu I mml.. . . iif . imuhviiuiut iiouiiv vi nii,i..t u, i r- IiUiisks to ooiaui a luairincnt ior.f v-i.- vnxes ullei;cd to bo duo nnd unnlllO'S ii. inn, ,tiu .iiiniTii 470 nnd 1881. on tbo ' . v.. real.iVtato, to-wlti . '""w isin.Tisiu ami isoi. on inu ... i nortkiast ipiartcr o'H(1. 'v of ru feo so, nil In 12' ,' u U thatijUld land be i' fl i rir-ioasi nun aim luo.itirc,,, nam judgment, nun' aiiu inivi nil iir Smith, bo ni'" term inor"ui- court itrlei P'-'d iu- X are ' tc CAUl'ICTA, CAIU'ETS, C AlU'KTrl, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS AT- Ira Pctor'u, Oregon, Mo. Go nnd seo his immense stock which hu basket re ceived. If you want to buya carpet be has just tho ono yon want. -It is it fact well attested by ngonts who sell them, nnd by formers who uso them, that Wood's Mnchlncs Kerpilro far less Repairs than tiny ether Mach ines In tisu. No other Reaper or Mower is ai durable und free from breaker.-?. Schmidt & Iiighituu am agents. -TRY- EHinton & Burgess -FOR- BARGAINS FORKS'!' CVi' MO. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATU OK MISSOUlil, I i-niiNTV or nni.T (ss In tho Circuit Court of said co I county. April Term, ISM. Martha Wmrnucr und ltllry 1). Wagoner, he liuih:rl, I'lalnttUs, s Jauo Anderson, John H, Anderson, Thomas n. Anderson, Itcbceca K. Specrt, and Mneera her husband, .lamps V. Anderson, .Mary A.Kan dnlph and Albert Uaudolph, her husband and Thomas llrliiucKar, minor heir of Nancy C llrluncccr, deceased, Defendants. At this day ernes (ho rinlntlfli herein, bt their Attorney anil It nppenrlnc to (he natlsfap Hon ot tho Court, that thu Defendants cannot bo Miiiimoncd In this action, whereupon It W ordered by the Court, thai said defendants be notified by publiealliili that Plaintiffs have com- inenved a suit ncalnsl tlnrm hi (his Court, Ilia i iicum! inifni in inis louri, ill" ui iif r;iH nature ot whlcJ:ls thai io .villi of July, ls;9, thysald 1 10 Anderson, John K. Anderson, onjcci nnu hit whereas on tho; f.t,,ltitti .lunn Thomas 11. Anderson, lirbccr.i K. Hi-eers nnd Sjs-ers, her husband, .mine V. Anderson, Mary A, Ifaudnrph and Albert Itaudolpli, her husband mid Nancy C. llrlnucKiir, riucenserf, made, ifxeeulrd und delivered tn (hu Plaintiff, Mnrth .1. Wagoner, their certain yult Clnlm deed, by whleli.lhcy, tint said Defendants, pur- ixtricu iiii'njiii'y iii sam riainiius 1110 louowing; described real estate situate lu Holt county. Missouri, to-wlt! 't'lift northwest nuartf.piif m Hon 20, lii township 02 of raiiRu 40, which laid deed of Quit Claim Is InsufTUIrnt under tho laws ot tho Stato of Missouri In this that tho samo was acknowledged In tho State nfMsbrM ka before one, a justico of the l'eace, nnd said ,-ickniiwtf dement docs not conform to thn ruiliilrcni'iitsiif the laws of tho Stato of Mite sourl iu this that It does not show nnd rerlt that thn said defendants, Jano Anderson, Ka becea K, Hirers. Mary A. Uaudolph nod Nnney C. UrlnneKav released their dower InUn-sl of. In nnd to tho nbovo iluscrlbcd real estate as (lis laws of this state directs. Whcrefor tho said plaintiffs seek n decree ot this Court dl vcstlin: the nbove named drfendnnts of all (heir iKht, title mid Interest lu nnd tn (ho nbove rel estate, and vesting tho samo lu (ho nforrsnlit Plaintiffs ; and dial i-nless (ho said defendants he nnd apnpcnr nt this rourt, nt the nit terMi thereof, to bo bepun anil hnUWn nt tho Court House, In the City ot OrCKon, In salit county, on tho 27lh day of Aursst next, nnd oo or beforo tho sixth day of nnld term, nnnweror plead to (ho petition In saH muse, the snino will bo taken as confessed nnd judgment will bo rendered nis-ordfiiitly. Aud It Is further ordered, thnt n ropy hereor In. publNhed nccorillu? to law In Tun Ootrwrr I'At'Klt tor four weeks sueeesxlvely, (he (Inst In sertlMi to be at Irast four eksfore the (rst day of said term. D. a.ALKIRK.CIerk. Statu ok MiMHOtmi, ss ron.VTV nt- holt. ( I do hereby certify that the forecolne Is true copy of the original Order of l'nWlilhin In tho c.iusn therein named, as tho samo appears of record lu my oflleo. (Iven under my hand and seal, nt office In the city of Oregon. In said oeuatr, tills 18th day of Juno 1M3. ,, , ,r ... !.H.AI.KIRE, Clerk. K. J. Kki.i.O(10, At(y for I'lff. SHERIFF'S SALE. Ity virtue nnd authority of a special execu tion l.sued from the oflleo of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Holt county, Missouri, relum tiblo at tho August term. bta, of said court, And to mo directed in favor of tho State, of Missouri, nt (ho relation and to (he use of I l Wnlty. collector of roveuuo of Holt county, and ngalnit Win. llaskliis, J. lliLsklns, nnd S. W. Cummins. I havo levied upon and seized all the right, title, Interest and claim of the said defenin(, -of, In and to tho following described real sUI V to-Wit! .tO Tho southwest fourth of the southeast qr of section 16, township no, ranee 37, , JC'F' All Ivlne and beliu lu snld ennntv Tlrr ' m luissuuri ; nun i win on jr oi I'ltlDAY, AUflUBT SUhe between t lie hours of n.jo cx .,icss noun aim uvu ii ciuck in tue x' nay, ill me court iiouso,MI ,. Jn w.viimi, .iiittvj u. .tui,.., i orso much thenvif tu&'.u vendue, to tho hfXhe to satisfy said cxy " J . or. eil tv III' Tatl i I ..T . I'Cd. llo .'IllgJ t ttu-t I ill-' ll'CO It. Ilk eal .th. .'Cts mis allv ls(l ttel of; nil- oth on li.r inir iikI ah is my ; of ins. I nil by itv iinl up S('S (ir on r has "g nts It-. nn ity nit i:it tn ol he i'S '.It 'II- IT (Is el- lt