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"Wfl keep constantly in oilr Yards in Oregon nml Forest City t Full AMsorttnent of PINE LUMBER!! .Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lime, ,Hair,Oement, Building Paper, Posts, General Building Material, Which wo uro polling liw Diiwii. If you want Lumber Cnll nml soa us Rtnl c;ot prices. Hoblitzell & Pinkston, ? Oregon and Forest City, Mo- PROBATE Docket: November Term- 1883. rnur iay, mu.nkay T)a-U Lvi, minor Vaughn Jonas Hordier Churles hutrs ijchwcors'lleury ami Aumi Silas Cuter, nurutor James Vaughn, oxueutor II A Hankers, curator II A Diuik'.'iv, curator HKCOMl I)AV, TL'KSPAV, Uleks Jes-ic. minors, (Henri Cienne.tta, Hinkle U W Hint J C, riummer.l heirs, Chapman Mnffet, Wilson .tohn It, THIIIK DAY, Cupp William Ilalns Kva minor Meyer Hannah and others Itoitock Jacob Mann Charles lame.s S Ntilaud. curator, Wm Hawkins, administrator, A It Wclton eurator, Jnnirs Scott, enralor, V It Springer, eurator, Civorgu limn ue, adm'r WKANKSOAY, NOVl'.MItr.K, II Hubert Morrl.s. adin'r Jacob How hint, eurator, Minerva Meyer, eurator. John Muelicr, adin'r. .lohti 1. Chiming, adin'r. KOUItTlI DAY, TIlllllMHAY NOVKMIIKIt lf, Simpson Hugh, H 11 F I'lcmlng executor. Kimp-on Hugh U partnership II V Fleming, executor. Penny K Ian II Kobt 11 Luiisfoid, mlin'r. Itiggs James S 1VI, Gordon, adin'r. nrni hay, kuihay Sanders .1 H Jesse C Cam, curator, Ilarnes Mary II and Saiah K T 1) l'razer, curator, CoWman Lane &.lohn minors C C Ciinningliain, curator, Sjjiith bhelton minor heirs Jessu II Isgiigg, curator, WE ARE NOW IN THE FOR THE FALL AND AVJNTKU OF 1SSJJ, With a Store Full of Goods Wo are Selling Dress Goods Cheap. We are Selling Calicoes Cheap. We are Selling Muslins Cheap. We are Selling Ginghams Cheap. We are Selling Flannels Cheap. We are Selling Cotton Flannels Ohoap. We are Selling Ladies' Jerseys Cheap. In tact wo nro soiling nil l inds of goods cheaper than they haxo hern so'd for years. We havu just oponed the largest ami finest hnu of Ladies' Jersays, Cloaks Ever Exhibited m Northwest Missouri. MSFARIS&0., Northwest Corner Fourth and Felix Streets, ST. JOSEPH, MO.. deuies to say to uvurjlmdy that want to buy a set ot or anytlilng elsu iu tlio IIAUNHSS LINE, that it w ill be to your benefit to set his I'rieus before buying elsewhere, as ht bus the LAIKiKST aud Mist' ASSOItl'WIiNTof HAKNKSS and SaDDLKS iu the Countv. All mv goods were bought right, ami right. I make my own Suddle, inul cent, on Saddles alone. OltEGON, MO., 1st A. M. HAXTOK. SAXTON & J US W HIS 509 Xl-QT-ilXl ST. JOsfKl'II, wo wbll no nnnouiiro io our iniuiy iMiruus di , i.S?."niliiK Ut ur Annual Et"s..n ami uunllv lance tock. We can assert piisltlvuly U coodn. UUU.1U ' ninnVo Tnmnlnu , bmtii, uunbiij, Tlmn ever beforo. Alt vWtors to our Hty will I.p ...Ti .I.. .hi., nf i-nniU h1ui lifeaTuM) lit Rllimliie our foods, nml rteeiii It a much !. :...!.... ..llilinr lint fniirtPlV. ilipalriiiK of line watclies, clocks uil.l Jmvelry n specialty, by competent workiiiiMi, lain, nntceil. A!i ; to we th Saxiou & lleiafikk watch iiiovuiiii'iits, fur linlli-saiid fteiiiU'iiicn,' flnixt tlinckecpirs in the u.n. BAXTON & HENDRICK, Jeweler m if..iiv Ht.. Hi t. l'lfih and Hlxtli. oimoslte Louts llax'.s furniture mtiibll.-U U-IF YOU AVANT A GOO-U Sewing Machine HUV TUK Hiili Arm M Mmi Howe ! It U Belf-setllng; tUe shuttlo Is self, threading, You can save Ironi !lO to bycalling on F. S. ROSTOCK.Jr., OUKCJUN, MO. B6rIaiihino Hepalilng a Spocialty.pay Lumber ! COURT. Novr.suir.it 12, 1883. ith fluid lit settlement Mil settlement, lid suitluincnt. NOVI'.MIIKIt lfl, 18811. 'Jnd sctt'ement. t'h settlement, (i'.li Feltlemeut. Cth Hettletncnt. 'tth settlumciit. 1st .settlement. 18rf3. 1st settlement. 1st H'ttlcment. !ld .si'ttleimmt 2ml setth ment. 2nd .settlement. 183 2ml settlement. 2nd sptt'eme.t. 2nd settlement. 2uil seitlo.icnt. Novr.Miir.it Ui, 188!l, 2d settlement. 1st sett lenient. lid ami linal. ith an I linal. L. II. KNOWLH-5, riton.vri: .It'inii:. FIELD aud Dolmansj i guarantee inai met win mi aoki will save you from lfl to 2fi per Door South of Bank. It. U. HENDRIGK Xi JE rX",'JRlQlJrX1, MISSOURI. mm '. " . 1 "! ' "'. " III'"' tin- l-all tra.te, for wlilrli we itru lali.K t'lim show ymi a miii'li lawr Murk ol . ll TUdmnnrlti onrl CJilTrnnnrnrQ J JJiamuuuo uuu umuinuiu, wrtcoiiin to look tlirmiKh our mamimitH u'r vim vis II to niirehasu or not. We tu'l Letter unit clu-aoer way than luovsiur ' ST. JOSEPH, MISSOUK E mpire nun OHDK MPIRE FAINT JHOP. A. H. Greene, Prop., OltKOON, MISSOUKI. Having fitted up my I'aiut Shop, I am prepared to do all kinds of paintiiia on sin n notice. 1 make a specialty of Carrlgo, Wagon, S'gn, Ornamental, Kresoo and ttnunlu raintlug, Hised Letter Sins, (iiaiuiug. (ii ding, Wall I)ceoraioii6. A. II. GUEKXK, Oregon, Mo. lit ') nent.V.. kneut JOISTES, TOWNSERD &CO., Respectfully asks The Attention of the People of Plolt County to their Unequalled Assortment of Fall FOB MEN, Assorted with great care and bought under the most favorable circumstances for cash. Our motto is Fair and Square Dealing. All goods are marked and sold at the Lowest Legitimate Prices. We propose giving entire satisfaction to all, or the money cheerfully refunded. We solicit your patronage. Remember the place, J OlieS, TOWnSeild & Cor. 4th and Felix Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. 1'iirTiiK IIoi.t Cm t Hk.stinkl "A Circumstance." IIV MADCi: WILDKlt. i v. Heiford liuirlvd in lliu ilireetion whence came tl.e sound, whs about lo eon. e tide that U was a stray shot from oine early huntei, when hi-eye !ell upon an i.hieef h'.w him. u-iiiel.. n,. ,.l ,. ,.v amiimtion.provrd lo beone of those mo. verblal 3 olio w en elopes of the Western 1 Telecr.nli I'nion. I'noii leadiii" the ii.l - dies-, hN face d.if. eueil. Ills ,,mv '.Mil I'tli.f .til mill lila i.t'i. rtfuti. f.rt. ....... t as Ins features became more, fix-! .d. lie reeolled, erouehln-r down with one hand thrust out from behind him crushing the message, with t lie other, shaded his eves: and. 'with drooping head, he gave one shifting, 'eroii Us ami (bliaut look into th - thieket. lteeoviTing hiuise f, he slipped the envelope ii.to his pneket, ami ual ed rj'ld'.v ton aid the Merloni man-ion. (leorgo Herfoid wa a bachelor of the old sehool. I'oinicilv, lie had been in business a! St. Louis, but n'voin' 3 car since, Ins health failing, lie purch is il a farm near Ills brotliei'V, and wii- de voting his entire attention to its im provement. His maosi 01 was inot enmni'iilious; Ids gro n:s the best se leetud, and tlie be.st ai ranged ami 111 . bcnntitut, His was tlir eoiistant resort of all pleasure seeker-; and Ids 111II11 eiie'j had a most snlulai y effect upo the eoniiuiinity. The"ipiarteis" of negro famllie., once belonging to Ids brother wire now on his pi utaiion, iitii'inliiiir to Ins wauls and he alone lived iu all ids i-plemlor. In the deei-sliaded pia..a, on the western approach, iu a laige rocking- chair, al hi feet, a li.ilf-do.en blooded dogs snittliug tl e morning air, ami his lawn spread out betore hivu. al Ceorge Herford, taking Ins aei'in-lomed moke. 'Lord bh'fs my oul!" he exelaiined, throwing hi- pipe at the b.irl.iug dogs. :,d leaping down the ateps, elasied Charlie Hcrtord 111 his anus and amid Ids tents laughed for joy. In a moment's time, fiom tin- "ipiar ters"' swarmed a scoie of half-naked negro children, nml Miriouiiding him, I their black gloasy laces sparkling with j silent reverriiiio and wonder, a I hoy j .stood watching allernatety the uncle ! ami the nephew; while without, crouch ed upon their haiiuche-, were as many d.ig, ehaiiLing their ga.o fiom one to tilt other with a look of Mirprlse aud inystoiy. j It was soon known at thu cabins who hud arrived. An old. infirm tiegro.i I tolteied to tlie door and with dialled j eyes, looked through tears, upon one 1 who in other days had heroine dear to j ln.l1 Vitl V'llllkl t cl.r. 1. 1 1 II 1'llinl til lii.i ' p aee at the chimney corner, murmur ing: Mind bless de chile." From alinuKt every where came the negioes wlio were anxious to see one they still lmlrtcd in denominating joung master. "lliaek John," as lie was called. 1 11 si ted tliat he should be near the young hero of his imagination, as he had been his companion iu other days, ami was yet the spokesman of thu "ipiar tors." Ho loudly proclaimed : "I gwau to bu iu de front Links, but don't know how we'sgwan to avoento," "Lord bless me honey! llowdojo do?" said he taking Charlie's ouu hand in but Ii of Jiis. "Yes nit"! Yes nil ! I am gwan to ilelueidale tlie imleleetable subject for du insolation of de aujiuuee. In de power of du u isdoiu of tlie li'ait, I speet to deliver tlie cxeoiso " "What! bin to sehiile, honey, to tusti cato do head? Why Lord bro?s my null, lioney, it dar is any phrenology or panorama iu (int head oli yours, I knows i's monstro's line." "I tell ye, lion.y, .10 will win.bygood stability ami big upproh-usiun." Hegardless of the absence of an an swer, this voluble son of Ham, contin ued to pom- forth his entangle! wouls, luver happier iu his lite; and it was only ins nurtipt itismissal thai liroiioht an end to it, Ami reluctantly lie went about his work with repeated statement that hu would again see young master, Ilappi.ess was indicated by every act of the imele, and Immediately a holiday began at the homestead, It seemed that jears gone by, were nuvln piesont II was not many hours until thu entire coinmuuity was apprised of the fact that Chur.lo HuU'ord was with them again. In I ho city, mid whcryver"tlmony of your own companion in menu Delegated, the matter was lieu- ,.,.uie What say you to that P" ly dfcus.cdi ami whlspuiings were Thu ininlstor abrupfy arose from the heard. 'Ihu names of Du ,'liy Ph-ieo tablu and a.-aln seated hiuiso'i, Thu ami Hilly Ilylus, tliu keeper oftl.u "Sol. 'jlood rushed to Ids face, 11c almost Clothing ! FOR BOY'S FOR dicrs' Ilcst" woro frequently spoken ol iu connection with the disappearance of llcrfmd. The restraint of war had been removed, and before night tall, open itfrtiMition were biought against these men, anil they wereeetisured alike Tim m tires of llio iniuls'er weie mi pugneil. Lven some whispered that it was to remove an obst u le for nal'rv i ,m,iMhut preacher desired the ah - i L ' ,ll,s '". tearing tlie I'omblned foiee of father ami foii; thai 1 1,0 "l,llt lmro ,'""1'v ol"'11" "'' ''""V1' of the father'v incut fortune throuiih 1 " "mu w"" ",t! oulv '""filler.! i And rumor had it that the sal-.on keep. was extorting in n.ev from the preacher through his once intimate re latim with Iiiih. Now that the sou had retnrne-l, (lie mutual interest ot boih, brought them together again to aveil a common laiurer. And for the II I'M time iu ears, the lumMcr was een. lli.it day, enteiiiio thi'sa 0011, .unl from it they came together and went at once to a law.er'- office Tld- conduct . was noted by those who rcmciuhcrcil I tlie dark das of the Itebe'lion For liours Ins uncle talked, ami Char ! he a silent; olleu ai stractedly 1111 e iiccions of w ha v ahi. All cliauir- , es nml their 1 iiTiiin-tiiiitv were related j to him. Itreak a-i servtil hu was show abnul the giomuls nml taken to id roo 11. mis tat iter.- patiers were iriven to Intii l'eeaile he deiiiaudeil them, , I uiili an iujiinelioii not to uaimiic tlieiu I till we had idept. It was an even'ful I wetk. His uncle was often elo-eted I with iiim. From his fatln r's will and 1 oilier papers, licdi-cover d main st irt j livg f.icls unknown to iiim Xeurly cv. jery day he was engagrd iu tlie city, j Fveij tiling whs done ny his uncle, and I was do'iig tiy him accor ling to the e-, I pres-ed eoniinaHils of his father. His ilNeovcrics hao a peculiar effect upon , him. lie became nervous and rgitaicd, I impa ieiit and ipii rulou , and at times I ho was bordering up hi despair ami desperation. One day, entering the dining room 1 late to dinner, lie i as met by Ids uncle wlio said : "t il irlie. tins I- iiev. D niley Fierce." 1 Fierce advanced nml off o led I11- I liaiiil. Chathu diew himself tin, cheek ed hi. utterances, cMcuded his hand, ' hut said nilli umeli force: I "I believe, if I mistake not, that I I I liavo met the gentleman befoie,'' aud i j took his iiccus'onied pl.H'o at the tsiMe. ' 1 A bilter smile 'placed nbout tlie lip ' of Farco in tiny treinbled Willi augur, ! I but conti oiled by a studied ufibrt to ' I give no aliention 10 tlie leiuark. With j pure careless independence, however as-uined, he occupied the asigi ed place, "returned thauLs," ami Willi, surprising adaptability.entercd into eou versiition with the uncle. And at last I said to the young man : ' "You, I believe, siro a mcinh r of 110 , luaneh of the church ?"' "Xo sir'' said Hertoid after a mink- ed silence, which showid that with 1 great etl'ort he eont lolled himself. "How is is it that you iutelleetu.il ' men, as you advance grow cold iu the ! 1 cause? I should think duty would , iiimi on it nothing more " Charley pushed his p'ato from him 1 aud said : I ' Mr. l'iuree, it would ho 'jutter i that we had hut little eoiiverstiou. I i do not feel tliat I can do jou jiiS'ice ll j you insist upon mistiming otln r 'linn lour former relation. You must te ; aware that I hold you respousllile for I all my misfortune and tliat of my father. ' j That I can foigive you, nr your re ig I Ion teaches ine.yoti must replace every thing and apologise to me aud my tin ele for your uuchrisliau omliiet. 1 Duty demands this of yon: Justice de mands it. Your safety is in my silence, ; otherwise duly may expose, you to tlie world " I "I have no compromises lo make, , neither have I apologies to make. It is simply a ouestion of veracity between you ami mu as far as thu world in.iy bo ' inturebteil," uiiMvcred Pierce. "On y you ami I know thu truth, Irmn lis , a'ouu the world can get It. Which wl 1 tlioy believer" I havu beon n great sinner, but I have reformed, and ijouv fi lends1 havu grunt laltli iu my profession, Now ' wlial do I euro tor thu titilli in 1I10 mat-1 tur. Thu truth to tlio world will hu the ' woild's faith in you or 1110 it they have i more faith iu mu, I am saved ami you 1 an outcast t I .stake my pn sent netlo.i upon a knowledge ol thu fuels. 11 Hut sir," interrupted Herford, "you forget one Hilly Hyles. I had the pleas ure of mei tiug him to day. With tlio corroboration whluh I have, I bulluvu that truth will hu vindicated by thu tos YOUTH'S, FOR , lost control of himself but In- rallied ami sat I : ' "I am iietermiueil. I wl!l make no' confession, no apologies. Let what wil , uomo!" "Thank you. Allow me to drink t 1 thu health of this our couiijunv ti-iliv. I Hero is to the truest, the noblest ami ihu best, -a friend to mv father and mv , frieml. Here is to (iaorge I lei ford c.i.v iU ami neie is, to my tattler's to mine. Here is to Dudlev l'ien "llelbre I leave" said l'ieree, "please 1 ! accent an Invitation to visit mu liome." "inanuyouj It woiilil give me plen. me to meet ou 111 lel.ition to the lni-i lies of in.v f.iherV estate." fro nr. nN mm i:i. Do you want :i watch,, (Mock, or anything in (lie .lcwcli I i . II' ,oti do, remember (hat Phil. ,F. VM Ics, (lie ooptilitr .Jeweler, of Oregon, handles the Larg est, the Ilest, (lie (Mieitpesl it ltd nobbiest lino in (lie county. All f-oods warran ted. INiairiu a specialty. . ,-;Fairy Land !: t Mrs. Mai K. Siui uMlN Lxltlliltlnti of Fall Millinery Is a (iiand Succes. New (oods Constiindy Ar riving. Latest Stales in Hats on I'xbiiit iin. liiitest Novelties in Trimmings. Latest Shades in Ki'ibons. Hereafter all (ioods WIMi he Sold ONLV (or CASH I Keniemher ibis, and do not ak fr MAKY i: STLUISIiTT, West Side Fiiblic J. On "oil, Mo. m TOT- mm). INVESTIGATION of my new l-'ALL S TOCK is now i-it. cd.- An car y insjiei 1 ion will be fob lowed by AMAZEMENT At my Large ami L'lcgant Lino of Ladies' (Monks, L'lsterettes, Dolmans, (Mrculars, "Which are now to be seen in my Litiiiic uoonis, which ll have .just fitted up. The hu- dies are cordially in Ued (o 1 call and examine.: (Mottles, and get prices. VII1 sell as Cheap as an house in (he Northwest. 1 KA 1M3TI3H, Oregon, 3lo. Mr. Cass having completed tils hl-ick-smith shop, we are now pruparcd to do all kinds of Wood or Iron Work, Kcpuiring or Now. All work Intrusted to us will reeuive prompt attention. Charges reasona ble. II. C. SCHMIDT, Waao Milker. $2.60(1 to loan on lirst class icai es tatu for a Inn 1 1 1110 Interest reason able. Apply to (luorge Weber, Forest City. ...Jiiulif feiS 1 mm t?$MX Gill i ML II Fall 0H9LDREN, FOR EVERYBODY ! ovx rj w hi w ii I or the Cure of l'ou-1 1, Col Js, Ilo.ir nc I'r 'i.i ' I'.t r r,!. In"1 1 cli.l. A'-t'iiii.:, V, !i n , (' n:y.h, In- 111 icnt 1 ! mi !."ti aJi I 1 r i."c rc-S jli( fi i' "i t;':i; t.v icr us . i.i nih.in- Cdis'ige 1 1 . 1 ic 1 1 1 . lnrr.ic 1 t 1 1 1.1 by a.l Dru.'.'i'.ts. Fine, 25 Cents. rem i:-rv -r n , , No live mall, wlio disi.(.. to be Wei 1 inform-d ns to what is occurring iu the ive-t'.ck, agiicullural ami coniim rcial lii les of tlie great New West, can af ford lo do without the old reliable , Live sto"k Imliea'or, ol Ivansus ('i y. No other stock or farm paper begins in equal it for U esicrn men. and its market report, are alisolutelji thcbotm.de not quo'atio i, Imi vctu.il transactions, 11 d cop'ool as avithofiiy evervwhere. ' The regular price h j.L.Mi ,ier jcar. but 1 ne have a special arrangement by 1 which wo can fuini-h The Indicator j one cnr (and balance of Ifsl free) 1 with Tin: SK.vri.sT.t. at only .?'.'. Iu for , both. Hand iu your subscriptions at once ! andtako advantage of this extraordinary otfer. Addiess Tiik Si:.ntini:i. Oregon, M- 1 Mr. .1. C. ltoyston, druircist. nt f-t. Louis.Mo., says: "llrown's Lou Hitters are invaluable to tho-e s, toins have become emaciated." I'lOflECR LIFE7" In 11 nrevio.is issue Inn! occasion to call attention to The Itoiuam e ami Traeudy of I'n neer Life, published In 1 lones llrolhcrs ,V Co., St. Louis. Thu j advance ages of the work gave proot I of stenng me It. An examination of I the comp etn bunk lms strengthened 1 nml heighteiied our forniei' conviclioii, ! and we s.iy, u It In .lit licsitancy, thai tin author had mad.' the puh'ic'his debtor for one n 1 lie inu-i re .dable. cuuii tan inland iiistrueiiu volumes which liave ! been given forth 111 the hist ileemle. The book is cinpha'tlca lv historical 'flic nmilcr has been gatlie'vd with pc 1 il care as to authenticity, and has ' been ro pari of the ntrhor's puipou to pivparu a series of ni.veis He who falls j lo pro.- re in d read Itoniance nml Ting , edy will miss an oppoi luni y which conies not olio 1, an I perhaps never 10 t 'ins. An Explanation. I TI10 delicate, flowery anil lasting fra I grnnee of F oresinn Co.ogue cxlilam why ll is such a favorite with the la Ins. 0I1DER OF PUBLICATION. In 1 tin- niiiiier ef Hie eMail' nf t,i.i y; n.ivis, ' ri','.i."r uiau'iia''."""'1 U'"l- ,,,,,l'','",,h sll:l-! ' ' I -"w "i,1 mis mu u.iv nrih-iniii-r. .. D is.i, nv'Vuvl'i.'il'llL'rVi'1 '''' ii inni imviinr n i-t nt. fxtiii.it '.i i.i iM;irill;ililih lliTcilltiti li.'lni'i'ii lilm.i.n nml l, l I sulil varil.iri'Mi'iiliir.v tur a tliml si llUu enl ui Ills rlinl(ll.!iisili nl nl. I olnle In this mnulim 'I he Kill ilat nf AiiuiihI, a. D , ISsa, u..l il iiii-IH-iuini! In tin" l.itNi.iellmi nf . emirl tli'11 .ili uiilil. I.eil W. H.11I,, livs lit'kiitn.. ui ne .tint Is a imii-iv lileni in Hu. stale n( .Mlssniiri anil I'aiiiuit In- MTtfil t 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 111 1 iiiiii'e4 ; 11 Is ;lieii'!nr' uiileii'il In the sahl i'luli.ite nun I nt Hull ('mints. MIkiiiiiI. tlml iiiilillealliin he liliile. luilil.wn,' him 1 ti ill Hihl Kii.uilhill lias H! il In tlie s.ihl I'ruh.ile I 'mil I ail ehlhll or his Ki,iitlanshi are urns Inr filial si'illein 'lit, ainl Ih.t unless lie mipi ar at Ihe ii.'M ti lin 111 this niiiit.tn he lii'uan ami hehl nl Hie Colli I I'.nuse III Oo-k'uii, in IlieCoiiiin of Hull, hlale nf .Ms- 1 N'liri, nil tlie U'lh ilay nl Nioeinher, lss.1, ailil nil sHhl il.iy iir us mi. 111 ns Hip s.ilil eause I'uii lie ln, ml ami sIiiiimi imii-c In the iii..liar , s:ii II1111I si ltleiiiiiiit Mill he nia.l. . II is fill 1 1 1 nrih'teil thai 11 eniiv lierenf lie imlillslii'il Iu 1 In IIiii.t CocN ri hhn riNci., a netvsinilii'r iHllilislieil In the Ciiiintv nt Hull, fur fmir weeks siirei'ssnely lieloio lliu next term nf Hits court . HTATIJOI" MlSSlU'lll.i In tlie I'mhale ss. Cnurt nf Unit I'oiiul) nf Hull, I'minty, Allssuiirl. 1,1, l(. KNllWI i:s, .liiilne nl the I'mhale 'nlirl. ( Unit County, .Mlssimri, iln lu-n-liv eer lily Hint lliv aliove anil fmi'ioliic s a full nml eniiiii'le i iipy nf an niilei' irv ile nn the fill t):i nl (li'liihi'i , A. I)., I'M. ns li sa'ns iiiiiiuh nl reein.l In ln re. i rils ol tlio sanl I'mhale Ciuul. JlMii'al ullU'e In Orcxnii la Hie I'liinily nf Hull anil main ol .Missouri, this s!i .1 iy of (l. lnliur, A. t.. Issa. )(. KNOWI.CS. I'rnliate ilmljiu, f TEA S 4 r m vii(r L - ' M A' Clothing ! ! I 1 THE BEST TONIC. Cures Complotoly i.iNiei-m, IiiiIIkchIIoii, .lliilurlu, I,l,r nml Klili.f V ( iillllililliitM. Kroi.-Klxl" 0.11I I'li.tslcliiiis riiilorsc II, IV unlv Itfnwn . Ii n Iliticr. mailt tiy lli wii 1 I i-mti it O. , llaltitttnrc I rw.ctl tt I ,lnr and o.nlc m.irk on i.rnptcr. Ik ourgicat siale nii',i of the Senale and Iloii-o at Washington could drop in upon the Woman's Congress now in H'S-lou in Chicago, lliev could leal 11 many things that would be of prollt to iliciu. In the minds of thinking peoplu "tlie woii.nn question" has pased this 1.0111.1I ui"s of ridicii'e 1n.1l critlclsin. Willi opin college do. us, and an ever increasing number of avei lies of busi ness readv to employ her mind nml hours, the fiitui '0 will see the sex ttlku a long step upuaiils. In stiength of intellect ami iu culture, a well as iu the iun ite virtues of tine woinauiiood, tlie AuiorlcunJ'jwonien are tin- peeiv, il 1101 the supeiiors, of any women on tlie globe. No reasonab e ni.in believes thai hngcr means for u.e.tal improve incut and larger opportunities to uuter the Marts of trade or th" pro'essioii, and thus render her life freer ol em barrassments, will nib her of any 0110 of the lovable trails of the m .. Looking into the faces of the noble band f wo men in tin-assembly, tlie unpiejiidieed can see wives ami mothers, the ery ideal queens of till' home, whoso quali ties of mind and heart aie tlie best us surauce tliat their son and ilaughlois will glow up the men ami women of thu future. CI1I1 ago Tribune. G-rsin Wanted. I will pay the high'st ti arket pr ee, for corn, wheat and a 1 kinds ol giain d 'live ed at my .t.m 1 u ih -.loe. drove's building, Forest City, Mo. N. C. Il.vn ii:i.n. Why ihoulil They. No man or woman can do sail facto ry woTk when the br.-.in isjilull, thu Hums unsteady, the ostein iclaxrd and tl.ey feci f,'e!ierall wreiehed. Why should met body drag ilnoiigh their .voii; iu this condition, when a bottle of I'aikcr'.s (imger Tonic will at nmilur ute cost glvu them the stieiigiliand will to pmlui 111 tlieit duties satisfactoii-Iv.-I-M. The National Agi Iciil.ural Depart ment reports sineo tlie corn average has fallen s'x points si ee the 1st of Sep tember, which then undid 8.1, ami place thu yield at about l.CiUi.ODO.COO bushels. Tfio wheal icldji- aviuiijeil at iwo aud one ha!f bushels per acre less than last per, and tlie total crop may ivnch IJi).l)uo,otiU bushels. Oats, but ley, and potatoes aru aliovu the av erage fields. iMiiiiiiliiiiiiiuiiii mi. 1 hi 1 1 111 iTin-mTTTM I ('ui'i:is, CAUlT.TS, I CAi:ri:rs, ! CAUTLTS, CA HI'IiTS, CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS AT Ira Peter's, (begun, Mo. Co and seo liis immense stoei w hieh lie lias just ru c i ed. I f ) 011 want to hu) a carpet ho tins just the one ou want. il SID WILLIAM WILL Cet your Carriam , Itiis. gv, or Wilson. including m'd, stiiped. oi-i.aineiiled ami lllllkll.nl III. Ill lll'l . I . I.. ... .1... I .......i.-'i .i 1 '-- "ijiij III IIIU new Central Wimon, Ib paii ami Paint I Shop, 'regon, Mo. Ah wotk warrant" 1 ed. Carriage, Wagon, Sign. Ornament nl, Fresco and Scenic Painting, (Jraining, (iildiug, Wall and Ceiling Decorations a SP10CIA rrtT , I 11m agent foi nil kinds of Iron I'uneo, Wrought Iron, Diamond and Hull pioof lion Kunee any kind yon want. Tor a t barbed wire, fuut hlgli, H S steel li.irhed wire, jiainti d, Iron posis and medium long stays, pur rod, 7 If ; I uii en, t teot high, !i:ie. Also a huge stock of Paints and Oil, by thu half-pint, gallon or barrel Ca'l and got prices nml estimates on all kinds of work usually donu by any llrs'-elas palmer. Don't forget, thu Central Paint ami Wagon ."simp. 1 am thu only 0110 iu Ihu county that has learned thu carriage nml wagon paiut'rg irndu, and to prove this asser tion liiiug In your work. JOHN W. GKL'LNE, 1101 UTTERS.