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on TIME, and I will Show you one
that Pays from Twenty to Fifty Per
CENT. TOO MUCH FOR THEIR
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DON'T PASS THIS BY AS AN IDLE ADVERTISEMENT, BUT GO TO THE GREAT
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Minion & Burgess, Forest
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And have it Proven to you. We will Save you a Big ROUND DOLLAR on every Five Dol
lars' Worth of Goods you Buy.
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TIIE ELECTIONS.
In mutters political tho culminating
point ot Iho y(r was reached on Tiies
day. Tho elections in Icnvu nnd Ohi"
Justly nre regarded with the dei'imsl in
terest. A largo party roto wiib polled in
bctb states, thu inturest in both turning
maialy on thcsnnio Issue temperance
Inlowa It Wrtg n square fight over pro
btbitlon; in thu latter, tho Ih-cnsa .ys-
J.
MOUND CITV.
Mouro linn returned to Kan-
soils hero ntul ul-
C
sis.
Still property
Wliys Sell well
A II. Jamison has boon on tho sick
Hit tnr tho past week
Mr. Brant and family hnvo taken
possc'slonof thu Lincoln proporty.
A number from hero went down to
teni was paramount, with prohibition Oregon Mouriuy to uttend tho l'robnto
in tho background. I court.
The returns come hi very slow, and J. M. Cu-on will take possession of
even nt this writing it Is almost inios. tho Cottrcll proporty tho latter part of
Bible to give any dotinlto estimate of this month
tho result, From the figures at hand
wo are led to behove that tho Republic
cans have secured Iowa by sumo 20,-
000 majority for the state ticket. The
legislature it is safe to say will bo Re
publican while thu Domocrats gain four
representatives Wood of Foyd coun
ty, Glllis of ChleUasi.wr, Akor, of Win-
ucsbiek and Clmmborlln In Buuhanan.
Cook Fusioulst for Congress,! probably
elected.
In Ohio tho Repulbieun commmlttee
thinks Hondly'a majority will bo 3,000
or 4,000, Governor Foster thinks Hoad-
ly's chances arc best but docs not aban
don hopo of either governor or lcgisln-
Elder Gardner preached his fare- mutism.
JILUFF CITY.
Mrs. Soth Strickland is very sick.
W. U. Adams is enjoying very
poor health
Mr. Schl"t7.hauers hand Is inuob
bettor, ho is now able to get his utual
rest.
-I. I)
folks a
ulght.
-W. S. Glflbrd and O. A Heed, of
St. Joseph, spout last Sunday In our
villago.
Undo JD.tnl. Hahn and son Richard
are now sorely atuicieu ,vuu mo rneu-
PROBATE COURT.
Docket: November Term, 1883.
FIRST KAY, MONDAY NOVKMIIKK 12, 1883.
Stocking gavo mir young , ra,,,,,r
iK.nl.il l.nll ..II l.iot MllllllrtV V '. .
Borcher Charles heirs
Schweors Henry ami Anna
Silas Parlor, ourator
James Vaughn, executor
II A Danker.-, curator
II A Datikeri', curator
.rth and final
1ft ft'ttlmuciit
.'Id settlement.
Sd settlement.
SKCOM DAY, TUESDAY, NOVKMIIK.lt lfl, 1883.
Hicks JosMo. minors, .lames 8 Nidand, curator, 2nd settlement.
Glenn Gennettn. Win Hawkins, administrator, -till t-etliomont.
well sonnnn at tho Christian ckureh
hero Inst Suuday ulght.
Sevoral et our eltizous and several
from tho country attended thu St. Louis
fair last woek. Saturday evening, a
large dologation ol them returned.
It is eald to be n fact fully deter-
Died, October 6th,'83, of whooplns
cough, t ho infant child of Joseph Quick
aged ono ear.
Mr. Blum, agent for Louis Has, ot
St. Joseph, was at tho switch one day
last week, on buincs4.
-John Chappol, of Kiiuas.wus visit
mined upon, that wo are to havo unotli- Jug In autyeighborbood laot week; ho
er banKlne nouso here, n will oegin has hosts ot friends here.
business about tho first ot next J anu- Mian Mary Grouser returned from
ary. Utlca. Mo., last week, whithor sho has
Mayor Pepper leaves us to-day for been on an extended vi-it.
southern Kansas, where ho will make s. M. Shirley, of Forbes, Is nt tho
his future hone . lie is a cond citizon, switch this week, shipping his walnut
a most excellent gentleman anu a law- blocks and logs to St. Joe
J. Seyfer Is fattening 60 head of very
Hlukle G W anil J C,
riunuuor J heirs,
Chnpiunu Maffet,
Wilson John R,
A II elton curator,
James Soott, curator,
W R Springer, curator,
Gvorgu Rom.no, udtn'r
Cupp Williutn
Hat us Kva minor
Meyer Hannah and others
Ro-itnck Jacob
Mann Charles
TlllltD DAT, WK.VNK3UAY, NOVKMIlf.K,
Robert Morris, adm'r
Jacob Bowhait, curator.
Minorva Meyer, curator.
John Biicher, aduiT.
John L Cliuuing. udin'r.
VOUUTII DAY, THURSDAY NOVEMI1KU
Simpson Hugh, II B F Fleming executor
Simp'Oii Hugh II partncndiip It F Fleming, executor.
Penny Kliax II Robi II l.unsfoid, adniV,
Hlggs James S W L Gordon, adm'r.
turo. Tho latest from Clovolarill indi- yer of no mean ability, and wo aro loth
cates thai Iloadly has u sniMll tnajotlty 1 to give him up
Rov. Kimball of the M. E. church
is in very poor health. A zealous man
ho will not neglect a duly that ho can
possibly perform. So, lat Sunday, be
ing unable to staud during tho delivery
of his sermon, ho delivered It from his
chair, a striking testimony of tho earn
out spirit of tho man.
Tho famous George R. Wendling
KIFTH DAY, FU1DAY NOVKMIir.lt 1U,
Sanders J E Jrssn O Cum, curator,
Barnes Marv H and Raiah K T 1) 1 razor, curator,
Coleman Laue& John mlnoni C (J Cunningham, curator,
Smith Sholtonjninor heirs Jesse II Isgrigg, curator,
in i ho county with thu legislative ticket
four Democrats and two Republicans.
At headquarters tho Republicans aro
ftlll hoping for a clung. Tho Demo,
crau claim the legUlure by five and thu
itcpuuitcans tuo senate ny ono.
will deliver his latest' and bct lecture
title, "Satan" at tho Corsaut & Meyer
Opera Hall on tho 27th ist. Our peo
plo and the people ot tho country know
THE MARKETS.
Tho "bears" havo orrtainly becu tho
ruling power In tho grain market the
past week, the pricos of both wheat hik!
corn having fallen away several points.
Tho causes for tho decline in wheat
may bo placed partly to tho reported
im reuse in tho vislblo supply, and dull
foreign markets.augmented by thoyory
favorablo out como of tho harvests In
England. As compared with a week
' ago, wheat, cash, has declined 2 34
cents. Com has also fallen away, duo
partially to sympathy with thu wheat
" market, and to tho.lncrcaso in tho vial
bio supply, as compared with a week
gor mixed 'corn, has declined 2 cents,
Tho markets closed: Wheat, demand
nctivo. 95 eta. , .Coru 'fairly active. 45 entire wtck.
1itii'. k. ' ' i , i. I Mrs. Vaurolt has
fine hogs;hc lately i-old about as many
more, not having corn to feed all.
No place in the state, can boast of
finer groves of young walnut tiuber
than graco tho blutTs of lower Holt.
Harvey Stephens has boon keeping
midnight hours the past week, caused
by a painful fellon on his right hand.
Miss Minnie Statsworth and John
Weekly returned homo Saturday after
spending several day with relatives in
St. Joo.
There is a wagon obsti noting tho
something of his abilities as a thinker n8" way just south oi tuo scnowi nouso ;
and, nu orator which aro of tho first tho ownoru is kno.vn anu weuiu uo wen
order and will do themselves aud him l romovo It.
the justice to come out and give him Tho heavy rains of lat week, wore
an audioueo worthy of tho orator und beneficial to the wheat crop, of which
bis tho.uo. I a largo acreage hits already bcou sown
in southern Holt.
-Mr. G W. Mooro has returned to
-Thoro Is not a vacant house in
our olty. Council lilutrs, whoro uo will probably
Esqulro Clalborno helu court the stay a year; his son ferry win manage
tho home farm in his aosence
i
returnod to hor Peter Galbreth and A.J.Sutton
I'hm- r,wint nt oniiln fur it.n nni.t Kentucky homo, havo tctulcrci their resignation as
. j--- jsrrf" -r..-. - ..... . .
, week show lartro trains while on ranee r.ny vun uusKirK was norn tne uireotors oi tho uiun uity school u
a " .. . m I . . .1- 1... ; I r- I 1.1 I 1 . f ..
cauio nncos navo acennea ironi 10 1 nasi wcck on uusiucph. oumoiznauer nun unni iiuiih or., imvu
86 ctsj -XJlwIcclloiivy uro worth 5,20 1. Gcorgo Burkhalter has purchased been appolntod In their stead
" " WII I ..... T T n.v . i.K.nnrti- 1 not.,., .iTtn 11 .1.-1 .
jKood for all grades, and offerings havi ?,?,l'Ti '
met with, readv Bales. Market nUmml Mrs. Mover, oi Illinois, is visiting toms gavo another daneo on last
easy ahd'steady Exports $5.60 (A $0.20 hor brotbor. Hugh J.nughlln. Thursday nlght.a party who wont from
goou 10 cnoico ito w i& yo.iu. MissBohart. a charming young hero eot lost on their return. Und "lono
In t tt A hn i iitL'nlu ni..tnln alini.i 1 I "
.U lUU UUU llllkl AVI m
Cth settlement.
Gib Settlement.
4th settlement.
1st settlement.
U 1833,
1st settlement.
1st f-ettlemont.
:t)l si-ttlemont
2nd settlrment.
2nd sottiomeut.
15, 1883.
2ud Hettloincnt.
2nd settleme.t.
2nd sftttlemout.
2nd te'illuxiunt.
13,
2d st'tt!iuncnt.
1st sell lenient.
3d mid dual.
4th an 1 final.
L. R. KNOWLE.S, Pkoiiatk Judoe.
girl
I I... 1
n uSJr"T.:3"T lyo Graham. I. visiting friends
Avtailu values are about 10 cts. hotter. ti,,e a l)ttrtY ot our "Itlzetm t-
A week ago tho bulk of tho bogs sold tended thu fair at lulls City, obraika.
irom uo io 4.oo ino sales ou l ues- USL woek.
VEW POINT.
An abundance of mud.
Born, to Thomas Bragg,
baby.
Health good, what better might wo
expect.
Sol. Kunkcl was homo on n lay off
last woek.
Bum, to James Ham a boy baby on
Suuday last.
Spoiling school at the Grovo school
last Thursday.
Rfibt. Morris is building a now
dwelling bonso.
Mart Armack is ruunlng through
Nebraska this week.
Ducking is again recuined in tho
bottom, and tho boys nro asain huppy.
School commenced on Octoburlst;
50 enrolled first day. Silas Bucbor teach
er.
A voclobla at Mr. Atkin's on Wed
nesday night oi last woek, wound up in
a rain.
Fred Drohcr and wife, of Nichols
Grovo, took in the exposition at St.
Louis last woek. - .
Wm. Drehcr rcmovd from-our
midst, one day last week, to a farm ono
mllo north of Rlchvlllo, where ho will
"bop clodt" the coming yoar. Como
around and seo us Billy when you can?
FORBES.
Dr, Young's residence Is about
ready for another family.
Henry Cooksey has n position as
brakuman ou tho C. B. & Q. R R,
Oakely Marion, of Now Point, was
hore last Friday trying to buy another
team.
Loot out even body ! There is a hair
workor and teaeher going about seeking
whom sho may talk to deal h.
Abb Swart formerly merchant
at New Point aud family, aro the guests
of Mrs. S. C. Lvansthls wo-k.
'Dr. Evans spent Saturday In St.
Josuph, lecturing before tho Northwott-
orn Modical class, on Cbonilsiry. "
look oui every ooayi menus n
friend in a btack dies colmr abut
socking who she may devour with h
tongue. Protending lo teach hair wor
otc, but in reality deud-bwatlng hor way
through tho country.
FOltUES AI.l'lIAllKT.
A star.ds tor Armstrong and Applegate,
ousee. -.,
B is for Blum, Buinns. Bnrnes and
and wcarj through tho (Bottom) wan
dorod," several bovrs subject to
a drenching rain.
- day ran $4.60 to $4 G5. The market
throughout the week ruled fairly active,
and aliMinicq, hayo hula roasuu to II ml
lauit. rackors npa sninnors havo iron
e rally both boon huyors, Tho market
closed slow and weak. Packing und
snipping 91.00 (g, TO zu.
-Mr, Henry Thomas has sold his
rosidrnoe to E. T. Davis. Mr, Thomas
wo understand will ongaco iu tho bank
ing business in Mound City, about Jan
uary 1st.
Miss Emma Dell dlod in Kansas
TRAMP, tramp, TRAMP. City a few days ago. Itor remains
Lookintr overthe mass of announce- wero brought to this city for Interment.
naentn for "G. A. R. Reunions." "Vet- A limo clrule of friends mourn hnr
ern- Reunions," "Uunreuerato noun- jjunturo.
High Prices
Mouafn etc., we nre lud to wonuor how
' "so many men, can ufford to spuuil so
MAtTLAlfD AND yiCINlTV,
Health is very good tho doctor)
;Ja tv proarnauvftAceAiid thnt n hlchcr I Bay too ood for comfort
" r:t .ti ...ill An V"at7ilt t.n I n. . .
.Inillvattaii will An nvtitir with ttin ntnu.
, "otr of arms, anil all tho accoimiaul-
mcnU ol wan yet horu wo nro near the
-end of the iDtli contnryt Imnds playing,
bugles sounuinii, inun muioiiiug, iroiu
tho coHnling liouJO, tho work-houso.the
niilnlt.tho school room, tho fiirni, to as
sist in a sham lin't'e,, wlih Hio privih go
r camping out soiuier issuion, auu en
'tovinir alt tli3 mllitnrv honors aud tin
- teryJ-'Buroiy this, is lirogrossing hack-
ward,nnd about the year 2,000 woslml!
boo 'm tii reminlni: to tho oiiciiial liur-
leaf, it wo don't put on thu brakes,
iJolt County rross.
Jt would bo an easy mailer tn cover
Fivo school teachers in Mnltland
last Saturday, and no ono hurt either.
Another Sunday school concert at
thu Christian churoh, last Sunday
night.
We would liko to know who can
brat tho little folks of Maitlaud de
claiming?
Capslo Springs has added n head
light to hu tricycle, nnd is now able to
travel ni!ht and ilnv.
Mr. Ernst Wellor will soon have
llnUhed nno of tjio most palatial rcl-
ut iieos in xxorthem tlolt,
Butted off the Track
IN
Clothing
AT
IRA PETER'S, OREGON, MO.
up tho avnrdupoiso of thu writer of tle Mr. J, M Keuyon has commenced
hove, his soul, principal, pot tics, "mining a mrgo wuro-room w iu uusi
I have
bow legs togetuer.eovcr him up tint oiy ,l0 ,.,0i, f ijU.g,. barn. Wliun iiioliulmg 20 head of hulf-brcpd Cots
and hide him lorover from the htgnt I llnishrd it will iiiia gruully to th-' looks wohls, and tho best Cotswohl male in
Urn ton Donor and NHrthjfBal Missouri, which I will Mil) at
For Sale.
a flock of CO head of sheen,
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his livr frigid with ono ug-iuiH, ami 't . - " .
A. ........ .... , ',,l' Mj-ssIo,
vir v liirmu uvii:.ki i. kjiitv
T- "rt
Ak Ex-volduk
wi'outpt.w, im,
ot,'!"i who liuvo been nut in Kiiiisiih
an. i Niibnuk prrt.'p''t'tiny, rot'inntd
last ffook. TLay did uA buy u farm.
privato snlo,
L. M. Kauw., ;
Farest Clty-rMoVv
Tim BOTTOM.
Mud, mud.
Kato S. Randolph is having tho
chills
Alice Patch.of tho Bluffs,will teach
tho Idle Wilda school
Tho salo at II. Minion's was well
patronized, nnd stock sold well
Mrs. G. W. Roderick, of Maitland,
is visiting hor raoiber, Mrs Davis.
-Wo noticed Pro!. Anderson, of
Forest City, oh our roads last week.
On thu account of sickness, .S. G
A klro postponod school tlllthe eth
met.
Watson Babo, a young mnn of
promise of this place, broke his leg
while working iu Nebraska.
Thu Walntlt Grove Directors pur
chared some elogant obarU for that
sohool. Consideration 932.
Wo ask thu toachors of W. G. nnd
I. W. it thtiy moan to work pi co-op
pcratlou in literary work again this
winter,
II. T Alkire and. anothor man, I
forget his namo, was showing some
beautiful school charts to our districts
last week.
A FARM FOR S ALII.
sw. qr section
Tho sw. qr section 18, to Gl, R 3
situated oast of tho Dunkiird church H
miles and ssutn of tho u B. clmich 1
miles. 120 acres in cultivation. Al
under fence, abumlnuco ot wat r
Terms easy, call at this olhce. (tt.)
Mr. John Movor, 8127 S. Flth street
St, Louts, Mo., says: "Brown's Iron
Bliters convlotoly cured mo ol three
year old rheumatism,"
Brownleo
C stands for Carter, Cordory and Cook
D
aey.
CORNINO.
Nearly nil thu grain now shipped
from heie, p;ues to Dnhith, tlienco to
Europo
Bob Henderson is improving a house,
which hu bought of Joe. Hogreffe sev
eral weeks ago.
-"Old Bob" got ono of lils leg broko
hist week. Ho "pit Ids foot in li'some
way with thu above result.
Jako Bondire, ol R.ilo, was visiting
hero thu Hist of the wcok. Juke is an
old lime citizon of Corning.
Tho average product of whoit por
aero iu tills rnriii-i or t live co'in'v this
our. was 17 bushels p-r naro.
J. A. Dunkots aud A. Halm intend
starting f r westrru Nobrnsku nbout
tho 8th inst , to look for a cattle ranch,
which they propose to stock in tho
Splitlg.
The Lutherans, of this vicinity,
held a baskot meeting at tho old church
near Rosollns'. Thu church was decor
ated with W' oaths nnd flowers by thefe
ma'o members, and prosoiitcd a line ap-pearonco.
Henry Anderson whoso lotty tumb
ling at the elevator, excited tho admira
tion of nil educated gymnasts, has lately
nppeurcd In a mtw'rolo In which ho ha"
not added much to his character tor
well doing. Lot us hopo that ho may do
bettor hereafter.
-Jackson, thu car repalror of this
place, shavos customers on Sunday. Ho
sets thuui up with a lack crow, Ukc
tho taps off tho bristlus with a monkey
wrench, and out- thotii lo proper lonath
with a coitlclilful. Thats Iho way ho
ah lived Johu Brady last -Sunday.
SovoraT thousands acres of grain
wero dotryed in this vicinity by over
flows this cur. It has lust been dcmoi.-
a tax ot flOcts por aero will
largo body of 1 ind from aliko
from Iho samo source hero
will tako, 3 bushels of com,
bushels of wheat nt -roseut
pricos u i pay for this improvement.
Had tjs been dono a year 112:0, now
wheroa.-ows nothing hilt weeds, would
have Bbuu 20 .bushels of wlrear, or 76
bushels of corn for each aero overflow
ed. We are ileaod to noto that tho
people Of Corning will bo protected
... . . .
norcanor, una nu uy tho voluntary sys-
tear too.
TUTTS
PILLS
TORPID BOWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
From thoso soaruvs nrUe threo toarthi of
tUa Uluoasas of tuo Lunuu no. TIusm
symptoam lndlcatu tholrazutcno: Xm or
Appetite, Hoivcla coaU, Hick IImI
acli, rulltttii aCUr tlnr, mnlralo
xertluit of body or mlud, Kruetailan
of food, Irritability of liniilt, Xjovt
plrlte, ,v rcellnc ut hmtlng orBlrcted
uine dutr, Ululu, Flattering t tfe
Heart, IloU before tlia , hlghlx or
oreu urine, vunniiraiiwi, auK ao-
ranniltlio uio of anirnofly thAt acts Olivet)
on imi i.ivcr. Asnuvor modlclna TVTT,
PILLS liavono cqiml. Tlielraetlaunntha
niUiioysiind8kln Is also protnpt; reMOVlngr
ui unpuniios wroiisn llicae uu
stratod th
secure th
nnsfortui.
after. I
or 1 1
is for Dovorss and Duuuo tho dovo
too.
E stand for Lvans and Ellis thu ox
pert.
tr .is for tfurirereon. alwava on thn
aiert.
aw
G stands for Gnddis, Griflln and GuIct,
11 Is lor llcrrin who sells fruit to th
'jnyor,
I stnnJs for Isaac and Irn to-witiblue
J is tor Jack and John tho ismit
K aionds for Kelley and "Mr. Komi
1 - .
uiii uiyi
L Is for no ono oxcept Undo Levi,
oi sianus ior Aiorirnn. Motcalf all
. ... - .
niogoy.
N Is for Noah Worley, who is 11 1
u'y, 1
O. stands fpr.Oifut who.yuco looHod si
. , nurcu. ! ,
V is for rullen, Pinker nndi'Ierce.
tlBtunasfor quhi.tho "Boss" without
fault.
R is for several by the name of Roio
halt.
S stands for Soott, Shirley.Shdmljau
amuu nuu ouiuier.
T Is for Will Tearo who's as thl
wafer. S
II stands joi-no? "Uncles1' nbov
V Is tor our Various piofossio
renown.
W sWiuls for Wilson Worloy iii.
lUms. T1
a ropresentc tho dollars of suf o whilu
otl.ers have milllous.
Y tands for Young who wllj ,bon "
III IIIIU."
Z is for tho numbor
to this rhj me.
A Bin Sucoer'
"My w'ifoVas in bed wo years with
a complication of disorllors her physi
cians could not euro, when I was leu to,
try I'arkor'B Ginger Tonto. It was a
big siiccoss. Three bottles cured hr.
at 11 oust of n dollar and tlfly cents, and
she Is now as strong as any woiiiun,
R. D Buffalo.
HV YOU WANT A GOOD-a
lewing Machine
fjf UUY the
W Arm Light BnniiiD Howe !
jit is self-sett in;;; tho shuttle is self
in vading. Yon can save Irom
( 10 to $1.5
by culling on
F. S. ROSTOCK, Jr.,
OREGON, MO.
C-Maohluo Repaiiing a Specialty .tgy
finer or Hie irteiH." tirodueliur anne
ttto, sound ULgoitlon, regular itooli, a elenr
shin and a vigorous body. Tll'ITK IU,Ii
oiiuso no naaea or (rrlptag nor lnrIoi)Q
wiu uuiiy wore ana aro m ponces
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ni3 FCBId Z.IKB A IfEW MAR.
"I hiTO hod branerala. trlth Conallna-
tton.twoyoars, and bnvo tried ten different
kinds ot plUa, and TtTTT'B ar tlio nnt
that lmvo doao no any good. They baro
cleaned tno oat nlocly, Wy appetite la
pleadld, rood digests readily, and I now
havo natural pajwaROA. I foel like a now
man." . W. b. EDWAKDO, Palmyra, O.
PoMeTeTywhere.gBe. Offlce. MirySt.,N.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
OlUT HAIR on WlllSKnta olianved tn.
Btantly to a tibosar Ulacx tor n alngle ap.
plication of litis One. Sold by Drunclsts,
op sen t by express on rcoelpt of SI.
umcc, i juurray otreot, new 1 one.
TUH'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RUIIPTI FREL
WITIiOUTWEDICIKE.
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
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WlwnMydeblllty of the OEEBATITE PMAXI
OcenTt, litTltUltt ib ofMerra fr m vlaor-
unal Mt r , f roni wtiateTor mum), bm eontlnuoa
trrm of MftfrneUfm perm bU tig rb tli pru
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AIOOMINAL SUPPORTER.
TO THE UDlES!"iT!!-5?
au AbdoiulnKltl.tB
anil 11 pilr o(M(ntle root JMtteriei ua no tuptnor
lathe ru'lof Mi.lfaro of .11 tbM ronipWiit Jhr
nrrr tiowurrul uutseUa taic to the lout ot U.
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enlmce r I"Im4Is. I'l
ror .11 formf of Tra.t. DHBi1Um It U
put.fl lr .nytuln before tnTntnl. ImUi a ntrUve
Trie of.lU.r.K with tUgmeturoot D.ttrrlM, tlO.
Kant h Dvimu n. .mmA .SBliLtn.tion uuivM.Arhv
mjil ou rMlpt of vrlce TxnortUrl.,na raMjoreor
warn .nam. Of in.. lMnuitAin
rencr.tent in Literal oorn.if..
Bwidttiuioe can be Bud. la cur
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fall
got In.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION. .
u lite mutii-r uf .ll.a e.t.ilp of IjvI W. llavl.
J ralnorlitlr of Hitmutl Duvls, (Iece;istil, bllns
' KT.i.u .... 41. Iu Otl. .I.u nt l..lnl... 1 l tOu.
A.wn t,. o.i. wiutirii n. .on.,,
rromcs Hints uiwirr, u;iniiKii ot Mm eit.-ito nf
w. iiAVis. tniniir iu.r in N.Ltntim ii:lvw
ilnce.tsecl. niul liuvlntt fll'd nil exl.lhlt ot his
wnriilHiiiiiip iiccounis iit'ivvunu uimsull nnd his
Ilia vunl,irfluratory turn lliml settli'invnt ot
i guardlaiiHlilp ot said eituto In tills sniirt on
ill' ii in uuy ui Aiipini, a. w , itw.i, tiftil H lili
rrU( to the tathf;ictlnn of tliu court thut
slsd ward, I-evt W, D.tvls, has lietaine o( uku
mid l a non resident uf tlioHtiito nt MUvmrl.
nml cannot lin snrveil with norsntml nnuvp., , if
Uh jj.erefore nnlerril by the salil I'rohulc court
Vf (Holt County, Msimrl, thnt nuhllCiilloii hi)
tnmlp, nntltylntr htm that said Kiuudlau li.'ii
tiled In thn said Probuto Court an exhibit of his
qnurdianshlii nocounts for lliml sottlinneut, anil
' int uulusi ho appear ut tho next term or this
uri.m uo DrKHn nun nein ni tnu Lour iimise
uithmii, ill .no 4juiii4,t 111 llllll, main UI illlA
lirl. nu the 12th dnv of Nnvninbi-r. lnx.1 nml mi
said day or as simn as thu said catiso can h
heard and shown chuso to thu coxtrary, sshl
llnal ftftlU'iniiut will be miulp.
It Is further (inleri'd Hint n copy hcri'nt ho
publldheil Iu Uio Hoi.t Countv Hiintinki., iv
newspaper published In thu County of Holt, for
lour wt nki successively before tho noxt torm'of
this court.
BTATBOl'MIHSOUW,) In tho Probate
..... rM' i'"1"1 it
County of Holt, 1 County, Missouri,
I,I,..lCNOW.l!8. .liiilco of tlie Probate
'lourt, of Holt County, Missouri, do hereby cer
tify that tliw ubovo unit foru&nlnii Is a full and
coiiip'.cte copy of an ord,T inailo on the sth day
of October, A. 1 isss. as Iho saii.s appears of
record In Hie rcerrili ot Iho said Probate Court.
Dono at offleo In Oteijoii In the county of Holt
nnd- Htntti of Missouri, tilts sth day of October,
A. D,, 18SM. U It. KNOWLIC8. '
Probate Judge,
T)t m (ration Otvinwita r tvd&pte4 to all mtm. ar
worn over tb vnttar clothing. (nt t tm tk
ml thuuhl ka
1 DOtMr ftirwfarf. antl
tMtncieiuusp ioriiie"owprn?rin nrojirwi jrwiv
worn over inv nnaarciotninir, mi
blr Ilk U mmmr OUtuIi u4 J
tnkn tttt l nlshU Tbo holil tlitlrpo
raworn MnUiMfnMuiauf th jrvar.
I1IK MAONKTOM AVPrjANCK CO.,
HV;
lloS,
THE HULL VAPOR COOIC.STOVE,
r u ... h
latilQ or.ijr a-a
TlrAtl lit Mndl
nalhss stoodl
THE TEST;
OP- YEARS,
unearned unl
TCMul nubile
CuaiMCDlMtloB.
Poei etoryl
deKrJFllon of,
Coekfnr.Wsih-
Ing, Ironing,
iVrult Canning,
oreibrrdoniM-
tl work bcre-
' luror. dnn. Iivel
Ithaorelniry cook ttoVo. till vltbAut II. Im.ifJ
H, -. - . . . . i . . - --- -
uicraeio peat, mam, iinvi, etc, r
FOR SUUMER USE THM ME INOBf I
Mi
Dam.
Plod
MT Ilellable Agcnti wantod 14 unv-nipl0,
tfrnltotr, Adilrtas, i
Beta Street, cor. Chaiuj.lTla, Cleecliuid, Oluo.
Trie BtSEABM lsr
YOUTH nnd MANHOOD
A GUIDETO HEALTH WITH.
Bm. OUT MEjllC NET1' M
V AniVsiuiAN ofMyeari.
csiitrlviiet. Don't niuan
'Preacrlnllon.-fVIe'' uJd "j ii.frl?' ,)?'1S
busi, wbltli it ojimbt.. pflA cti, Addrr
THE PUBLISHED, Do IM. Mllwiukit, 4f
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