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Atnatl Revliwi of our Magazine List, etc Tfce "Loveli Library" appears In now imd attractive coven (nianllUj And Is a series of welt solocted books in cheap form. We hava Just received "Antw Stavary Days" iiy Jamo Freeman Clarke and "Altlorn I'oto" by L. Oil pliant. The "Standard Library1' give in con t'tnient form the mt popular resiling The lateit issue is "Frnudo's Historical nnd other Sketches." Subscrlntiun I early flft.OO.lMiiod fortnightly. A small brary of standard literature can bo collected In one year. In nd.trly every ciia tho paper and printing is of the first quality. NEW YORK i Punk & W.ignatK 8. C. Griggs & Co., Chicago, have just published from the pun of Ocorgo X. Lorrimcr, D. I) , author of "Isms Old and Now,'1 a characteristic work en titled ".lesus the Savior of the WoiU." Key. Dr. Lorrimer Is on of the load mi' and most advanced thinkers of wtir continent n minister f (he llnptst ohuruh; also tho same publishers liaro Issued "ILirii'a Scandinavian Litera ture," Leo A Sbepard have Issued the long promised book by Mrs. Mnrv A. Llver nore entlUcd "What Shall Wo Do With Our Daughters P Superfluous Women, and Other Lectures." Dealing ru it lics with sevural of the vexed problems of to-day, and all of them of tho utmost importance, the work cannot fall to nt tract the widest attention. The book will beforo long be-reviewed in these columns. Since tho days of cheap reprints, which arc a modern Invention, great ef forts have been imvlu 1 1 assume a pop ular form of presenting reprinted mat tor. The "Lovell's Library" has had good success in this Held of enterprise. Its books all In tho mind "book f.'rm" in good typo upon fair paper, conven ient for all imUhnits of reading It i a weekly publication of every variety in -subject mutter. M oks me repilutcd complete. Annual subscription $25,00. A book of .10(1 pages Iron) I'i to 25 cents. 1NBW YOUKt John W. tovell & Co. VETERSON'S MAGAZINE, furnish cs an icsthetiu need In every household. Its especial nnd noted features nru its fashion plates, nocdle-wurk p.it'erns and recipes. In these points, at lent, it is excellent. Tho Iatot styles in dress and head wear are always found with raluablc suggestions ns to tho selection of materials, and tho manner of doing (he work. lis cmbroideiy patterns arc beautiful and new designs, nnd till the information given necessary to repro ducing them in any materials. Iiuleed, It may be called it journal ol Home tieccssi-ics and Is an itulispeu.lblo aid in in my an economic household, which ou d iiot be easily supplied by any other publication. jrillt.ADKU'.MA: Charles J. IVter-io.i. An-uiinWulm-rlptiuii S2.no. THE LIFPINCOTT MAGA551NE. During the Inst year this magazine lias added somu new features, notably its disci Iptions otpoplti an I places. The erial "Jewel In the Lotos" is a story in keeping with a iir.-t cl-.ss magazine-mid the short stories are all pleasantly pre sented and one thing more pleasing Is that tint effect of this Uelion I- that it i not objectionable. Munv very pro fitable lessons arc taught by their. "Sketch" writing U by the contributors Id-ought up to a hijh simulant Tlie magazine is well edited. The depart ment "Our Monthly Gossip" in ma tier much like "Tho Contributors' flub" of tho Atlantic is always readable and af i rds much valuable information. ll'HII.ADIU.rillA: .1. 11. I.IliK'lt & Co. Annual subscription $a.oo, touts kt num ber. 'It is more than thirty years since," says tho N. Y. Olisorvvr, "we com inenced reading with de iglit the graceful writings of 'lk Ma vl,' wh.ch are marked by n purity of style and of -cutiment lint to be found in most nf tho popular production of the picscut tlay. It will be refreshing to go back to the ennio courco of literary pleasure gain, while another generation of readers that has come upon the singe since the publication of the 'itevcries ot n Maehelor' will have opened before them, in this series, a fund ot enjoy ment tar more wholesome than can be round in the exciting uHjbM of tho pe riod. Two volume" of the series, 'Ru v ries of a Maehelor1 and 'Seven Stor ies,' have appeared, and others will follow at shott intervals " ''Dream Life" and "Reveries of a llncholor" are companion, and though to sympathetic hearts they are datmerons, et untold 5oy and happiness are gained I rum a udicions rending. (NBW YuKICs Charles Hcrltinpr's Horn.) Th" mrstery of thu authorship of "THE MRBYD-WINNERS" Is agitat ing the newspaper world. The New York Tribune says: "The novel ot Clevelaud life now running in tho Con tury under thu name or 'The It lend Winnors' has attracted much attention in the literary woild, and intense curi osity lias been excited a to who is us unthor. Thu Tribune intimated that It was was witttwn ny me late i.eouaru Case. Others cl limed that Miss Con stance Woolsou was lis wriler.aud some laid the claim ot its nuthorrlup at the door of Col-nnl John Hay. 1 is now stated upon tnu best ituthoiity that the author of the story is Frederick G Mather, a sun of S. il. Mather, cashier of the Cluvo'and Saving Hank. Mr. Mather formerly lived In this city, but of late years has resided in Albany, where he is a newspaper correspond-. rrevinus to g nng to Albany ho tilled or two or Hi eu years iho po-ltluii of as sistant editor nf tu Mlnghautnn Repub lican " Unless the editors n the Century noon re tuvu the curi.isity or the people, ihimu spiritualist will make doubt u certainty. And should .hot-lory ben living one, truthfully, 't will he a great Miisfortuiri (ctJturature If tho matter is not faithfully lintl positively settled ill once upon the conplelion of the story. MAGAZINE OK AMERICAN HIS TORY, (for October) nppears nsusu al promptly on the first day ofthe mouth. It opens with a portrait of Sir Henry CIliiUiu, sugge-tlve ofthe I'riv ate Intelligence furuikhed that tioble.by -Ambricans at WaMiingtou's elbow, In the dark days of the Revolution, mid now first given to the public, These thrilling recjrds aio contnbnt.il .by (ho generous and nobleieartcd collector, Dr. Thomas Addis Emmot. with an in troduction and nntes by Edward F. Dm Laney, Tho first nf tho series occupies sixteen pages of tho department of Original Documents in thu current number, and Is an oxcltlntr fore-tasto ot 'what Is to come hereafter. The open ing article of tho magazine, superbly Illustrated from original pencil sketch inv by its author, Edgar Urodhoad, is t Al'ieturesnuo Oorrwr of Three .States a chapter of ludlan History and Tradl tlou." Of rxccptlnnal tntorosl is the "Historical Sketch of Plorro nnd Joan Lifitto.the famous smiwg'ers of Inilsl nna," by tho accomplished historian, Hun. Charles Gavanc, tu bo concluded in November; Joel Denton lollows with "Tho Webster Spelling IJook, Its Centennial Anniversary." This magi lino Is based upon nu original idea,nnd has done,a d is doing much to preserve historic recorils and general Inlorma Hon. (NEW YORK i M.i;,lne of Amrrlcan Ittitory Co. Annual Kubncilptlon 8J.W. THE AMERICAN AGHICULTUU 1ST, -(lor Novombor) surpluses in ev- ory respect any prorlous Issue of that periodical during its foHythreo yoars of existence. It contains over one bund rod illustrations, engraved oxprcssly lur Its crdtimns, by Halm, Cary, Forbes, Trumble, lived, and other w'oli-knuwn artists. There are four iitll-pnge engrav ings, including tho cover, which Is u greater number than has even appeared before in a slngto lsuo of (be AtnonesH Agrlcultutist. Thern arc over ono bund red co limns of reading matter,tip.tn u I auujecis iionaiuing to inu barm, mini en, and Household, by Suck well-Utiown wi Iters as Orange .ludd, Joseph Harris, George Thurber, Myron 1). llulsied, William Cllft, Alfred rrumblo. Prof S. It. Thompion, R. W. Solss, F. D Curtis, A I). Allon, M. C. Weld, nnd n host of others. Thcru are pap.-rs on pvcrj variety of subjsct, covering the cutlro country from Maine to Callfom a, and from Canada to tho Gulf. Ainung the loading features of the paper nru saveral fully illustrated articles on Mam Plans and Outbuildings, remodelling tnirns, eta. The article on "Cattle Ranching" in South America is fio-h and very interesting. Davitt W. .ludd contributes an article on "Prairie Chick en ShootUir." IKustrated with a fu 1- fiagu engraving. ThU is om of the nb itsi. farmers m.ig;i:dne published in thu United States. The department uxpoj, mg "Humbugs" is woi'.li the price of the paper any month. NEW YOltKt Aniprlcut ARrlonlturUt Co. Aiinn.it 9Ubu'rltlon S1..M'. PLYMOUTH PULPIT: Unless ono ad heres to oiiiuloit-, the religions world is apt to make the charge of heresy. And should 'a nreachor briuir in nuce-tinn some idea long held by ch.irch as true, men, turn- toirorsi wtint a dfstiirDaneo there Is ttmld the t-vints on earth. One tiling about the professions ol llcecher that make him acceptable to learned men is Unit he always preaches advanc ed thought. When he discovers error tin iu tint tlrur. til ijinfitja fit fwiiiilstm 11 i(il is doin much to destroy the assumed usterity ol religion. 1 rath t-eems in ... .1 - . 1 be the ever present iufltwuco with liiui, and to Its cdnlilishmciii, creed and dog ma must be Mie.iliecd I bis Is the very best series of homilies iiuiili-lieil. U contains onlv tlie sm mous and prayers ot Henry Wind ISeecheraud is mthlhh- cd weekly, each number c iiitaining ono t-crmon and one prayer, 'he war Ik; ginning in April mid making two vol umes of tivciitv-six nit i.bers each, il makes n librarv of iuIv.-h cul current retigious, thought : nnd thought of the building up character, tiNt aut.ignnistlc. A man feels nobler and better by the reading of one sermon Since we bogau lite review.- ol this series of sermons, several of rut best stn dents of H vrnttiru have taken regularly the Plymouth Pulpit, and in every in Mancc tire well pleased witli it. 'it is well arranged, web printed, of conven ient si.e.auapted to binding and is given at a nominal cost. INKW Y()i:lv::K.inN llnwunl & llulljert. Year ly militiTUitlnii fi.w. T11 elerjj) iiinn and tlie (ilnluiil Mtuiluats, yearly il.'u, hIiikIu utuiibi-rit 7 cents. PUMLICATIONSOFS. C GRIGGS & CO: One of Ihu editors of this depart ment, has just rec lycd a catalogue of thu book- pubilshcu by ihu above pub lishing house, mid ti ut Ii fully she run Miy it contains none but lirst c ass hoiks. Norse Mythology and Noise Literatim! are ably hnti.it ed by Prof. R 15. Anderson and other leading wi iters of llus ago, "Giiggs Clasvles" under the supervision ot Piof. Morris 1 a most original enterprise and contains at presence ICaut's Crit'rnie of Pure Re i sou, A Critical Expo.iitlon and Schel lluj' Trail o ndental Idealism; A series ol most popu ar books, seven in miiuber,by Wm. MathuwsLL. I)., same of whieli are in the Mth edition and none in less than the -lib edition; The publications of Rev. George C. Lorri mer: Isms Uid nnd New and Jesus, the World's Savior.aiecolleeiloi a of the ablest lectures upon theological Mibjeuts now published; their publications of generel literature are not equaled, via: Welsh's Develoimont of Eu,rh.sh Literature and Language, two ttvo. Vols; Mritlsh Tlioutnt and Thinkers; Hours with Men and Monks; .Monday Chats; Norsu .Mythology; Literature of ihe Scandinavians, Church-yard Litera ture (curious and quaint) ; Tho scien title writings of Prof. Wiuebell nru among the best of their line; nn.l an excellent li t of books of miscellaneous ohnraeier;besido many excellent school mid codege text-books. Let each stu dent and librarian examine their list of publications uot long, but each one a stiiiicnrit uouk. lOIIICAC.Oi K. 0. tirlggs & Co. Scnil Hr uata- iKi'Uf.J HARPER'S MONTHLY :- art, sketches, criticism, and travels, Atho Harper u ill not be surpassed. In iniviy a houselinld its periodical visits are looked forwatd to, a those of 11 familiar and fruitful frloi:d. Thu Easy Chair A so replete with wise opinions upon cun lnt sulijects.tlial it may well be thu cuvWnf ot er miiga.iues. Meiug one ot JAo niilest ot Amencaii periodicals, icyias all thu advantages a iih-Lm-sslne of ao galliers about 3 it. Nose but accomplished wiilersXirm its contributors; and euoli HumbSfiir nhes evidence of the excelled rnfaste and wio maiiagonii'iit which coiikAil It. No reader of this magazine no,)l be Ignorant of Iho beauty or resources of his own counti v. nelihor of nJiy oth er. Tho nieces ot travel are cliara terized by such leliulty of expression, awl vlvj ncHj 01 porir.iuuic,imiL u is uisiiiii i( read ihein. nnd nearly as refreshiuil the aistual scuuos described. This Is" alwavs been 11 uniniie featuru of the HIP ner. Tho his'orical sketches are alwayJaltliat their nroditclijiis shall live beyond full of instruction and interest, beiodoYthe hour ot their need. 01 ccurse.stii-li true to tlie facts. which make the 111 van! able. The continued ftorlcaarc furnished I13 acknowledged authors, and, in tact, some of tho best novels of tins century have found their lirst appenrancu 111 1 his monthly. While the short stories are pure, -pIcy, and imprcsdve. All depaitments of literature are re presented in a very doirahle way.so that a Harper's mouth y In a family will not permit them tu he left, behind, or be ignorant upon any important livui); matter. NKWYOIlKi Harper tiros. Yitarty siiliicrlp tlun 81.00. Klngltt nninlier 60 cents. THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW: -.Tho original make-up of this mnga 7.inu has mitned for it an enviable, reim ttitloi) wltti the reading public ni.id It has grown so strong nnd Independent, that no longor is its publication connected with omo great publishing house. Through the Ingorsoll-Dlnak controver sy, Iho alienation was brought about. Theologians began to deiibt tho future tendency of this magazine about tho timo of this controversy but this was but hii original feature ndoptcd by the editor, that has proved very valuable lo students and general readers, viz : discus sions pro and c;i upon current topics by thu ablest itr.n.selccted by the editor. 1 his method brings nbottt'nnd at once before tin; leader an Ideal study of (ho subject mailer .under discussion. For example note tho editorial judgment In thu selected subjects and the chosen wrltors,lnken at n random from (ho late numbers! "Christian Religion," by Ingersoll, Dlnck nnd Fisher (which wo havu heretofore reviewed;) "Church At tendance" liy A Nun Chureh'Goer, Drs. Waul, Pul man and Rylance,: "Science and Prayer," by Anderson and i nKoman;"itoviston ol ireiils,"ijy Drs 8mythc,Abbott,!loecher,PaltoM.Cio5br, I Thomas, Peck, Kroiol and Cham I burs; "Ediicilional Needs" by Profs j Hall,Adler, Pres Hunter and Dr. Maty Pulmiin-Jiicobi; "Divorce" (a line I legal social di emslou) by Rev. Wool-1 soy nnd Judge .Ininesou; "Political. Situation" by .Sevinoiir and llontwell. 1 All other matters and subjects are as ably edited; and one is .strongly im pressed by tho contents of the last year, that tho work is the result of an tulhcr nnco to a well arranged plan. The pre sent number is well tilled with well chosen subject matter, notable among tho contonts is an answer from ns many different stand points, by four woman, to n paper bv Dr. Haiuinond out tied "Womttn la Politics" which appeared in the August number. In all (hero are clalit articles In the pre sent number. Tho year begins with tho January number and tin ru arc two vol umes each cnr. Af.T.KN TltOltSMKI? KICK, lMltor. Now York : Nottli American H-'Vlrw. Yei rlV Hllli scrlpUou SJ.OJ.slniile iuiiiiImt Wi-cnu. '1 HE CENTURY: Since this magazine has assumed the co-opcratlrc plan it has taken the le id ns an exponent of current literature. ovory department thurclu, is nbly cdiied; and N so conducted as to meet tho de mands and ac'ual wants of a wide, the widest, range of i eiders, of any maga zine published. Such a demand Is hard to meet, and the fact thst this maira.i-ie is found bef'ttu all classes of readers from thu nmlilttoiis student to the mot i casual leader, indicates Hint its editor n" ' ' T'J 0 ' ' ' '!?'. ' '-ui-nii'in 111111 . I iv: .. I in. available" and "i.ot available," The object and misstnu of this m tgar.ine is clearlv diilerent from that or the -'North America R-view" and tlie "Eclcetie.1' Yet li-iw great Is the goo I performed ty the Ceutur.i ! How cor ectivo mid ca'ui iry Is its intlucuiv! What a pi tlve iulluenuu it has wielded to unite, through cho ce lituraiure,t'o social mid literary inlccsts of tint North and the South, and such iiiiluence is even felt In '.he lield of politics. It is a magaiiiu that has ever been and Is lei lie s hi Its opin ions upon matters political, social and iteraty ; and such opinion!) mid advoca- cy of true pi indole, reach a class of 1 . . . 1 i. . 1. .t 1. 1 1. 1 peop u iiiiougu 1 no v eu 111 y, wiiieu follows conviction by positive action ; a class which nufoiees principles. This J niaga.mc Is not labonng in a sueeial but in a general Held; it teaches pure I thitiiuht, right living, ami lndcpend ince, ! it- tU Hoeiady anil politieal y. I s ovn indeiii udauce of thought Is an example j uorlhv of Imitation, 'i'he present I (November) number c uiiuius lUn Ivan Tourg cud!', with well written ai tides upon lheo persons by tho well known writers, Mis. Oliphaiit, Mr. Tun-so and Alphonsc Daudd with somo twenty-one oilier arMeb-s nnd poems, beside the dei'iutiiM'nts. The 1 levrluuil storv, "The Miead-Winner" with considerable interest because its author is unknown. The st ry in s one part cu ars indicates crudity and oecas ioua ly borders upon slan.'; yet it deals with nrictieal riuci-tions fearlessly, and the ii-.cideuts .11 e such as wi 1 teach i.r.iciicnl lessons. The author isulther 'ho antlior Isclther j 'S2! itow.s. .Iiiim.s. mill i .1 skillful r,-rKr nnd or a nu 1 cly western In this number tin (!i!d.r, La.nrus, Marrows, .Imncs, and II. II , appear. This Ik .1 tine initial number, i'he year begins with this November ouuihcr. ltti-lmrit Watson Clllilcr r.dlior. New York: The Century Cnmiiany. Yearly Siibsi'iliitiim 84.0D, uinnU- number M i-i-nt.-. THE ECLEC ITC, may bo said to be one of the best re-prints in the United States. It is nu eclectic magazine of foreign Uterinum. It Is nbly edited, and the matter selected is of universal in terest, and represent thu very best thought of thu very ahlcst wi iters. It is simply a .store-house ot learning. 1 lie writer can at this moment mention some twenty magazines from which the choice of the very best matter Is made and re-printcd tor American leaders. As it Is so well conducted, it is better than the posses lou of the one half of tho I iventy magazines; because the choicest roadiU2 is hero presented in a compact foiui, and Mich s.s h cal culated to give tlie liiformiition needed. The selection, when done well, is 11 great aid to the .indent and general reader, and stimulates htm to consider well the matter placed boloro him. At lirst Aui -rican readers complain ol tlie hard reading of the articles given in the Eclectic. The le.i-mn.s for tins Is Hint thu matter, in fact, is the besi and tho ablest ihe literary world produces, and is given in tlie highe t and most mature form, it being thus.rcniilrcs the closest application of wnll.ttaiiied readers to comprehend and appreciate the produc tions jilven: and 111 a minor degiee thu'o is some variation of expression and thought between the English and American iiuthois: and English maga zine writers give the came attention to their work on a magazine as do tho writers who write mid nublish books. American manrazino wrilers seem lo bo content loo often if they have supplied a uressliiGr demand, and not anxious writing its tlie latter class, is, in a mens tire, costty reading, nut wncn one ac customs himself to rending tho Eclectic ho will soon see tho valuable acquisi tions ho Is making, mid will readily divide his lime between the two class es of writings, With hut 11 casual ex amination of the contents, tlm writer hereof is able to recall some of the lead. iiiK reatures nf this magazine for the last year, wliluh begin with tliu.lanu ui y number. Each year two Hue sioel engravings nru given as fioutis pieces to tho magazine, which have, this year, heon "Tho Wedding Day," and Tho Egyptian Girl." Among llingrnphioal and Critical Sketches have been "Car lyle Life and Roiiiinosconcos,",Gcorgo Eliot." "Waguor," "Tliaokory as a Novelist," "Neivtnn and Darwin," (Nnvcinocr) umnocr cinhuns iit '.rTAI T TTTl f1 A tinges (ontaining two full page pnrtiait! I - r I J r- 1 tr il s- ofQueenVictorHi will, her auHur.pl, at )( VV VI PV V ( 1 1 H the age of ulnete. n ; a lud-pagn pnr-, A V I . II. XVL11J.V V xTXVl . y J . , trail each of Madam Mo.lje.ski'. and J "Charles Lamb and His Friends." "Walt Whitman," "Jonnthnn Swift," "Anthony Trollopo," "Shakosiumro and George Elliott," "A Stud v of Long. icnow," ".Martin wimer," ".loiin Richard Grron," "Mrt. Kcmblo's Rem Inescences," "Tho Art ol Rosittl," "Charles Dickens," "Gambrtta," and ninny others. Though t these extend somo little over the past year, yet to the student they index the char acter of (he m.igazlna. The array of of authors that could be attached to this ll-t is Hie best thu woild affords. Tho best tot of literature, is bio graphical nnd historical sketche, mid tlm ruin furnished by this magazine can bo used to mcasMro tho merits of other slm lar proi'uetlous. (NI'.W YOltK i K. It. I'oltoa Puillilicr. Yearly iilncrinltoii 3J.W PROBATE COURT. Bookot: November Term, 1S83. MINI' HAY, MONI'XY Davis Levi, minor Vaugltu Joins M ireher Charles heirs Schwcers Henry and Anna Silas Carter, .ninttor James Vnughii. nxoeittnr II A Daiikers, curator II A Danker-', curator SKCO: I HAY, Tt!t:St)AV, NOVIiMHKK 1.1, Hicks Jesie. minors, (ilenu Genuetta, Hlnkle G W and J C, Pltimmer J heirs, Chapman Maffct, Wilson John R, A M Welton curator, James Scott, curator, W R Springer, curator, Gi-nrgv Rhiii ue, atlin'r TlltllD KAY, WEANESIIAY, NOVKMIIl.V, Robert Morri. adiu'r Cttpp William Halris Eva minor .Meyer Hannah and others Rostock Jacob Maun Charles Jacob Mom bait, curator Minerva Meyer, curator. John Mueher, adiu'r. John L Chiiiiing. adiu'r. POtlKTIl Simosnn llttrrh. II HAY, TIIUI1SHAY MlVKMIIt:!! M F I'lenilnir t.'ecutor. SinipHon Hugh il partnership M F Fleming, cxeiutor. Penny EHas II Robl II l.uufoid, adiu'r. 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Greene, Prop., OREGON, MISSOURI. Having fitted up my Taint Sh ip, I itui prepared to do all kinds of painting on short notice. 1 make a specialty of Catrlge, Wagon, Sign, Ornamental, Fitfco nnd Seattle Painting, Rised Letter Signs, Graining, Gl dlug, Wall Decorations. A. II. GREENE, Oregon, Mo. Do you want a watch, I It docs not take a good memory or Clock, or anything ill (k I m old man to remember that the Dem-, Jowclrv IjillU? IT you do, jocits were loud and open in the nsser-s romcill)Or tliai PlliT. J. Zil-! tton that lit timo United States bond lCH, the popular tlcwclor, of'i would only bo worth the paper they i Oregon, handles the Larg- were printed on. It is Mimethlng to' O.St, the BeHt, tlie Cheapest "jno ihcM! same statesmen anxious and nobbiest line in the county All goods warran ted. Repairing aHpoeialty. $15 BOOK POU 1 50 lulrh'i Naml Itook A l-:vcr.ljiy ual nf Nirl.-il anil l!a.lnr., (otini. Contnliis inattrr piuial to 2..vni ljiei, hwm (ict.ivii, in iim uJillit.irliy uvil. Mt-n. lnn iiJilln.irllv mill inriwlii'tn to Kvi'rjlp.nly. The ero.on nf mer W Kilnmei for il.Sfl. $1 V Mill wnrv cuiiiiileli1 . oiv mni .VL'cnrv i najcr ,-ui'rti.iin & i limited, rtillaitclliiiui, l'a. SOVKMIir.K IS, 1SJ.1. M and final lt fcttlitinont ltd settlement. Ud svdlenu'iit. 1883. James S Nidanil. curator, Sod settlement. Wm ItawkliH, lulminlMralur, 4 It srttteinent. ti'.li seltlement. 1'itli Ili'ltletnent. -lib settliMiienl. 1st sett lenient. 1 1 18-43. l seltleuieiit. 1st M'lllcMUCnl. !td si ttlcnient, Soil vettlrment. Slid vettlcment. I ft, 1H;. 2nd foltlcincnt. Slid srtfeinct. Snd sRttlonwul. Slid .'cltlcicut. 18i!t, Sd settlement. L (lordoti, adiu'r. NOVKMllK.lt it), Jesio Cam, curator, T 1) l'razer, curator, C C Ciieniugliaiii, curator, Je-se II Ugrigg, curator, L. R. KNUWLi: lt settlement. Itil and linal. -Itli an I li,.nl. PltOIIATj: .IflelK. GHILDREN'S ITS! I'ricc.s Extremely Low. WRAPS AT -- Lngitst Stock Went of Chicago. Co. Missouri, van JA 1 WILLIAM WILL ol vottr Carilaj!f , llii.'irv. or Wa-'on. inclHilitin bed, miocd, oriiaiiienlcd mid 1 1 .1 I leo, nt I In. I tiniflteii no 111 lirst class s J ' ' CO. Carriage, WaiTon, ftiii,Ornninentaltl,ruseo and Seenie Painting Graining, Gildiiiii, AVall and Coiliii? Decorations a SPBOIA rX. I 11111 agent for all kinds of Iron Fence, Wrought Iron, Diamond and Hull proof Iron Fenco-iiny kind you want. For a fi barbed wire, 1 feet high, S S S steel barbed wire, painted, Iron posts and medium long tlnys, per rod, 71c i 1 wues, 1 feot high, fi'So. Also a large stock of Paints mid Oils, by tho half-pint, gnlloii or banol. Call and get prices and estimates on all kinds of work usually done by any first-clns painter. Don't forget, thu Central Faint nu.l Wagon Shop, I am the only one in Ihe county that has learned the carrlago nnd wagon palntlrg Irado, and to prove this asser tion tiring 111 your work. i JOHN W. GREENE. 1 $2,600 tu loan on first class real us. tatu for a long tlmu. Interest reason. nblo. Apply to George Weber, Forest Cilv. Ueeaiiso so uw of them nro lfl nnre j deemed. 'I'll currency of Iho United States, (he best tin world ever saw, and l,UJ ,'",,r,! rttmncial policy of tho Natl , n it. MiiiMi'.ui, mi uvurj Hene. THK CHEAPlr YET i : A liar Cliaaco forlSTtrybody i No live man, who (IlsIk.m l biMVet I iuforitn-d as to what is occurring in the ' tivu-rtock, ngiictilttiral mid commt icial circles of tho great New West, can af ford to do without the old reliable Live Stovk Indicator, of Kansas Citi . ' No other stock or farm paper begin lo 1 eipial .t for VYcMcrn ineit.ni its market i repol'U are absolutely tin; 'iel 111 di- ' IIOl (ptOiiltio'lS, but M'lll.ll ll.tllSIU IM-II-. and eopliid us list liol'i' ever) uIh i . Mil' regu'nr price i- -fl.'iy tjer ea'. Ii it ' we have a pecial arrangement li which wo cult fin ill Ii I'he lniln".i'n'i ' one j car (and balance of lfvM tree) I w th Tub Si ntim.i. at only JS o f..i (both. I Hand in your stib-icripttoiiH nt once I iimltake advantage of til's extraordinat oiler. ; Addicss Tut: Skni'Inki. (begun, Mo. PIONEER LIFE. In a (ireiio.H ismio we had occasion ' to call attention to 'I be Rumaioe and TiMj.'e.y of Pn neer Life, published l 1 Jones Mroiheri & Co.. St. Louis. The advance ages of (ho work gave pro.. of slcring nii'iil. An exaiMiiniti ami 'l,"!'!!1:'1" !IO"k r1",, M,,l,",h: .iittt.itt. nt.i.i.. 1 t.....i.i 1 1 nun in.i'iv ins- 1 1 1 1 it- iicilllil j lor one id 1 lie nio-t readable, cu'eitmi. I in'.and insinietho volumes which have . been given forth tu the last decade. - The book Is empluitica ly lilt.u ieal. I'he in 1 ler has bci.u gathe-vd with special care as to iiuilientieilv, and has iieen no pari of the au'lior's puipose 10 pn-pnre a sciics ol novels II to priH-'l'e ami read lioinauei cly will miss an oppoiiuiii' v which conn's hoi olto t iriis. and pmhajii uewr te t rairv Land Mrs. .Mar- siurrrlt'.s l.xliihlilun of Fall Millinery Is a (iimul Success, New fSootls Constant ly Ar riving. LiiIckI Stylos in Hats on Exhihtiin. Latest Novelties in Trim tilings. Latest Shmles in Jii'ibons. Hereafter all ooils WILL be Sold ONLV for Kenieinher ibis, and do not ak ft: CREDIT. MA1JY i: srailiLTT, West Side rublic II, Oregon, Mo. , teas n 'ir'""? " ' --j ORDER OF PUBLICATION. Iii.ilti'r (if Hie estate nf W. I ,-t tx. til III! iiiiiiiii-lii-ir ef s.itaui'l Daii., ilt-e c.irli'i', Kimiill.ui is.-il, hilas N ilV nil llili 8II1 day nf Ortiibor. A. I)., ISs.l I'.l.Hil, u I1 ,..n .... .h.I .1... itt.'r, uainliiiii of iln (.st-iti" oi iiavinc in.-ii an lAiiuiiinriiiH 1 la-ll W D.lVls, ili'i-i'.isfd urn - I t r 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ai-iMii its Ii 'tui-ni liini..-lf ;ui,i 1,1 salil w.iril,iii-i.ii'.itiir.v fur a lln.il stilun 1 1 c nf Ills ; 11 u. II uisliiii nf sal.) (.Inn- In this u inrt mi tin Illli ilav nf Aiiifiin, A. I) , ItH'i. a m It an 1 pea rlnj,' In tin. tatloactlnii nf tliv cmirt Unit , nnd uard. I.evl W. D.uN. Ii. s Ii ini"nfai,'- 11111I Is a limi-iv-i'lcnt nf tin- Hliili nf Mlsmurl, anil caiiinit lie served wltti personal pr icess ; It Is jlieiefnre nnleri il lij the sultl 1'rnli.ile eniirl nf Unit Cninit.v, Mlssnilil. that piilill.-atluii lie in.iile, nuiKyliu' IiImi thai x.tlil i;i inllau lias . I'.leil In the N.tlil l'rh.ii Court an cxIilM! ui his K'.ar.llaiishlii ai-emrin tut Ii11.1l lelileni 'in. nail that mi ess he appear al the next term nt this I'lillrl.ln lie lei!an anil held at the Cimrl ,;nu.i. ,lf'Kl'. It 'niiiitv n Holt. State nf.Mls- . nri mi di.. Mil. a.... .xt v....A...i..;H iuj, .... 1.... "- ,i , -ui !,". ...,,11111,-,, nnu nil hiiiii iiaj-nr ns hn-iii as uie sain eailse can lie I Iieanl unit nIkiwii eaiisp to the eiKtrar), salil I Until xftlleiiiiint will ho maile. tl I fill-lit.,. Ii,p...l ,1.1 .. .!......,. I... pilhllslieil III ilie llni.TCoi'NTV hll.vriNl'.l.. u newspaper puhlhtlied hi tlm I'onntv nf Unit, far uiiir i i-ks niini'ssiveij ueiuiu mo iiexueria 11I oils i-nuri. ST.Vt'KOl'MI.ssol'ltl, In the f'rnl.ale -s. I'niut nf Holt Cniuit) nf Ilo!t, i I'ouuty. Missouri. 1, I, It. KNOWI.HS. ,linli;e nf tlir ITnliate Hurt, nf Unit County, Missouri, tin herein- cer tify that Ihviitiovii ami fiiu'Aoln1: Is ufiill mni cninplele enpy nf nil outer maile nu the Sth iliiv nf Oelnlier, A. I., Isai. as Ihe sains appeitra of ruennl In the rveinls nf IhncalU I'roliate ('nun. Dene at uftlcu In OrcKun In tho county nf Holt aiuf Htale of Missouri, tills 8th il.iy of Oeiolivr, a. ;., lf.sj. i n. icnowi.ks. I'rnhatu JkiIkc, CMtl'I'.l s, (Aiii'ivrs, (' AIII'1'.TM, CARPETS, OAHPRTS, CARPETS, CARPETS Ira I'otei's, Otrgon, Mo. Go and koo his liiniH3ti.su stoo which lie has Jut-t ceived, IT you want to liuya cat-pet lio has Just the one jou want. HIS & n , l or the Cure of Couglis, Colds,! Ho.ir.cnc rmrr'.isi .f'rmp, Indu aua, Auhnn.Uli i niitCoti, '.,In- cipirn' ( on nm; :h n.Ji I f r the rc-J I it Fofi -lit aiiiitc)'.roiisi:iaiIanl ccd Mace. H th.- Hi im. 1 or r ale by all l)iu. niM-j l'rnc, 25 IK THE BEST TONIC. Curos Complotoly i3H)riin, lnillit.-illnii. .MulnrU, I.ler mni UMni'V ' in plii 1 11 1. Ili'iiKKl! mill l'lij-NlrlniiK 4iilnr' II. I'.c wtily llinwii'. 1 ri'ti Ilium rtml Iiy Itruwn ('l)cral4l lo. Il.ilitituirc I'ruMcil rcJ tint, and ir.nl niiiiL on tr,i)icr t 1 ( AlTKNl'tON SOJIOI.AHS. 1 . I wish to s.dtmll to the boys and ,irl I 1 ' in' -iiii iiii wi uni utii (inniai coiniiosilimi on lb,, suhje -t of IVohlhi- I lion, I will give 11 splundid, iHmtiMlcil copy of Ah ike.speare in thru vol's, e tst fdo. 'i'o the author of the .second best 1 essay 011 tlie sa-ito subject, I will givr a copy of "Matties of the Cnited Slates" 111 tivu vol's, elegant 1 v bound and Illus- tiitil 'I'lti utiiti iti ni ! tit mii.i Lo .... '' ; to box CI, Oreg 111, Mo. The penm 111 111111 1 tag j,!,, .,,,,1 ..ill, , 1 1,,, r.,,.1.. I -I'n.l 'Hi, 1 'l'- I llll, good. The writers must be pupils of 1 some helmo! In the c. unity, and Ihe :ir 1 tide uiittcu iniisl c nnprisc at least uliin - pages comiiierc'.! pages comiiierc'.al note paper. I'rof. m ehairm in of (ho inline the compositions, aim, ami it in the in meiil 01 1 in committee none of the im sas .should bo deemed worthy of the lirs. pri.e, (hen Ihe seeund prize will be awarded, mid Iws-'vj months longer wi. I In given in c impele fir th.- liist prii... All entries to In made before .fiimi.rv l.ri. R1, and decision render ed Kcbruan 1st. Address, Mux f.l, OiiKiios-, Mo. of my new FALL S l oi K is now i'tvit cd. Ati car insjci mii will be fol 1 lowed by AMAZEMENT At my Large ,;i.d l-;i,-at Llim of Ladies' Cloaks l Ulsterette-:, i Dolmans, Circulars, i Whieliarenow to be seen in iny Cloak Rooms, which I ihavejiisf fitted up. The La . dies are cordially invited to call and examine (Mniiru. and iret Itrieevi Will uuli nu -liean as any house in tlm Northwest. , IRA. IMS r 12 It. Ore:(ni, 31 o. Mr. Ca's Imvin coinpleled his hlsck- ximui huop, we nre now prepared to do all kinds of H lieu iil'll'Ull V01'K. T 11 J.UHMI ll'IUtT Ol No W. ... fS VI. ,f 1 T . All w .lk intrusted to us will receive prompt attention. Charges reasona ble. H. C. SCHMIDT. Wituox Maker. I FINAL SETTLEMENT I Creilltors ami all olhurs Interested n tle M. into, nf Iti.licrl lilllnlt, dcceasi-il. nru Ii'tdiy nollllca thai nu Iho first il.iy nf tit Nnvemtier teriii, isvl, nfthe I'rnliiiliM-oiiil of Hull C'oiiuly, Mla.sn.rl, to lie lieht in Iho Court Iloiiso. In OrcKiiii, Mil nourl. on the I'.'th day nf November, las. , riiarlei, W TliomaM, Ailmhilntr.itnr nf tabl estate, with will annevcit, u III nnse fln.il nel lli'iueiit llienmf. CIIAHI.HS W, TIIOIM.Vts, AiliuliilHtrutnr with will annexed. Why Should Thoy. 1 No man or woman can do sat I facto? I ry work when the br.dn is dull, the . nerves unsteady, the eystem relaxed j and they feel uenerally wretchail. Why j siii.uld anybody dmg through their I work in this condition, when a bottle t cf Pinker' Ginger Touui will at modiir I Mte cost give ihnm Iho slrengih.aiiil will to perform theii i(itli(;j satisfaclori , ly.--.Eil. Mr. J, C. RoyMon, druggls. at Pt. I.ouis.Mo., ssysi " H row n's froti Mittera are invaluable to thoo syiUiin l ecnmu eiipiclaliid." fjjj I lltf '(fr l