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r v HOOK NOTKS AND HEVIKWS. Literary Notes. Dodd, Mead & Co., announces a new worf enuueu ,unrola,"uy Hesba Stret (on. . The first of a untquo scries of humor ous stories by "Ivory Ulack" will appear in Iko May Conturr. Cnpples, Upham & Co. havo nearly rcnuy -j.no wist," a curious coinuititi- won novel oi moraiuro mm science, by ltobluson and Wall. G. T. Tutnam's Sons uro about to COmniOnCO the mihllcntlon nfrtllntlrr.il largo paper edition of tho works of Edgar Allen I'oo. Tho Japaucso roraanco of "Tho Loy. ol ltoiiins," translated into English by Edward Greey and Shlulchiro Salto.has boon rocolvcd with such favr in this country that G. P. Putnam's Sons havo . . . issnoa a second edition. IlOUChton. Mifflin St C.n. hnvn In press, for early publication, a volume of "Studies in Hlstory,"by Ilunry Cabot iouge, lncuming papers on historical Bubjocts, and on Individuals who have i i . .. . . ... . iibiu bo conspicuous positions that their lives formed a part of tho history of their timas. Tho edition of Wendell Phillips's epooclics ami addresses, which is com ing OUt ill HoSlOU. is to bn Rnlil At it popular, that is to say, a small pneo. Thcr Is material forothor volumes In many speeches which havo never been collected from the umvAnttunrii in ufliir.li they wcro reported. Mr. Phillips left but Uttio matter in MS. Tho publishers are Leo & Shepherd. A collection of short "Ktmfoj Uv Amorican Authors" will bo brought out in sovcral volumus this month by the benunors. Iho volumes will bo small and cheap and will contain, the pub lishers announce,"tho moro notoworthy Short Stories Contributed hr Auinrlpsn writers during tho last twenty-five years i , . . . . . nuu especially miring mo last ten cither to periodicals or publications now or sonic reason not easily accessible." Tho contents of tho first volume consist of tho stories: "Who Wns SlmP" liv Bayard Taylor; "Tho Documents in tho i;aso," uy uranner ftiatthows and II. C, Uunner; "One of thu Thirty Pieces," by W. II. Uisuon: "Ualacchl llrothors " bv Kcbccca Harding Davis, and "An Onnnrt!nn In Mnnr " In. All fiter. If this collection Is well edited It will reveal unsuspected riches in the way of brilliant stories which lmvo long Loan hidden nwj.y in the yellow pages oi now exilnct periodicals. The last Inn 1 nut'j itlll it kIsiI.I iui.h.. I. ..it.... iruit of tins sort than the preceding HIE UNITY OF NATURE. Hy the jjuko oi Argyll, e-'.ou. jsuw lork; (J. P. Putnam's Sons. This is a volume of 51 pages, large. clear print, upon heavy paper. The object of tho author is to investigate tho connection between the reign ol'luw and tho ideas which arc alike funda mental to all religious and inseparable from tho laets of nature. In purauauco oi mm mo nimior covers a wide lioIU. He says: "To those who seek to un derstand the unity of nature nothing can como amiHs: every subject of in terest, every object of wonder, cverv thought of mystery, every obscure unalogy, tho whole external any intern ul world, is their province" Tho au thor discusses his subjects selected un der the following leading heads: "Gen eral Definitions and Illustrations: Wlmt It Is and What It Is Not;" "Man's Place in ' the Unity of Nature;" "Ani mal Instinct in lis Relations to tho Mind of Man;" "On tho Limits of Hu man Knowledgo;,, "On Its Trurhlul ness;""On theElomentary Constitution of Matter in Relation to tho Inorganic; uiso, mo oarno to urganicj" "Mjii hh tho Representative of the Supernatur- ..1 . .1 .1... 1. l -. . - . . . my "wn uiu moral unarncioroi Mini;" "On tho De-radatloij of Mnn;" "On tho Naturo and Orlin of Relisiion:" "On tho Corruptions of Religion," and tho conclusiHiisaiid summary. The style .if Ml.. .Illtlwil tm nn,..H I.. !. .. ! II'.. - iw .......v. ia uiumii iu ita auiiiiiiuuy, and his arguments persuasive. Ho an tagonizes only by his fact and conclu sions drawu therefrom. Those interested in a train of thought of this kind will find tho book both valuable and attrac tive. This Ir nnn nf tlwi itlilncf nnnfi-lli. utiona to Philosophy and Religion tho year has brought forth, nnd should be in inu jiurury oi every biuaent. PISTOL, CAKIlYINa. Tho habit among small boys of earn ing pisiois seems to prornii to nu alarming extent in a number of the largo cities. A telegram from Atlanta, Ga., says that nearly every boy in that city large enough to carry a pock of bran has a rovolvcr in bis pocket. The otueruay aiauy toacnerin one oi tliolnr irost schools in Phlladelnhia made tho startling discovery that hor pupils were organized into a society lor practical Indian-fighting purposes, all armed with cheap soveu-shooteis. Whou thu leader, John Knlar, was called before her to answer to the charge he placed his band on his hip pocket and as kid with much offrantory what tho white Houaw wanted with SelmylkU Jnuk, Jio and his companions wefo promptly disarmed nnd threshed as they deserv ed. A groat deal of criminal nonsense is being written on the subject ot legis lation agaiust pfttol cjjrrving, but a law in every State in tuu 5 (on against selling pistols to minora nmild un doubtedly bo a good thing. vSIth thu broudor question of seeking to '"restrict tho carrying of concealed weapons by ndnltB, the several States have been grappling for a long time, and oxperi enoo has shown that comparatively mild laws, such as prevail in Missouri, uro much more cillcaolous than tho out rngoouj onactments in somo State, ospoalally thoso of tho couth. Iu Ten liossoo for instance homicides seem rather to havo lncrcaod than diminish ed undor laws against fire-arms which aro in direct violation of the spirit of the United Statos nnd which, in Humor ous casos, have worked gross injustice nnd great hardship. Ex. Tho ooiobrated glovo-ntting Hrynn Drown Shoo for Children, Ladies and Gents at Bottom Prices at Corsuut & Mpypr's, Mouud City. liuytho host. Tho Excelsior and Iho Orchard City, without excptions, Iho lightest running nud best wagons In tho country. Foi4 salo by II. C, Schmidt, pregon. "W3U WISH TO S JIT To tho pnbllc generally, that wo oxtend to all a cordial Invitation to call aim oxamino ur largo and well selected stock of SPRING GOODS, Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Notions, Groceries, Etc., Etc. Clothing I Furnishing Goods To suit everybody, llto old, tho young, the short, tho tall, tho loau, tho fat, and in faot, wo keep everything In tho Clothing line you wait, and at prices that DEFY COMPETITION ! Our Stotk is cotuptcU in all branches. We giva $1 in goods to ov oi'y cash pnroha.er buying $20 worth of goods of ns. Wo are very tbankfnl for the liberal patronage bestowed un us In the past, and hope by eontlnuinir to sail xomls cheap, ann always kceplug a laige rtwrk to sslect from, to merit a enntiuuanco of your favors. Kreek Watson OREGON, MISSOURI. ' Printed hi Tiir Holt County BKXTiNKf.by My faiwWi Sicry. nr thu woMMf's uxioif. Is it Your Desire to Economize ? IF SO, GO TO The W eigel and Roth FORMITU C0iPAIYs HO and 112 North 3rd, Bet. Folix nnd Francis Bts., Whon in need of anything in the Furniture Line. A full and complete assortment of ev erything pertaining to a First-Class Furniture House. Just the place for those who want good goods at low prices and honest treatment. We are Death on High Prices. Call and see us. Remember the place, WEIGEL & ROTH, llOJnnd 112 North Third Street, St. JosepIi9 lo. CF IMC, "CP -1KVITES SPKCIAL ATTENTION TO HIS LAltfilS STOCK OF- 9 men and Boys Clothing, IJiai'HuGOOIIUAMMfigfiSK IN AN KNDLESS VARIKTY OF NOVELT1KS NOTION8- -I WANT YOU TO EXAMINE MY STOCK OF- St. Joe, Plow Co's Goods, Weir Cultivators, Brown Corn Planters, Harness and Saddles, Before makin? your Spring Purchases. All aro invited t call, oxamino iroods asd gst prices. Respectfully, J. i. FORQ, FOREST 1T, 10. Pinkston &JBurgess, D E ALFJSf ( PIME L SMoiles Laths SaJs Doors BliuJs Lime, Hair, Cement and Building Material OF AJXJXtl X Wo koop on Hnteo satUf action. nnd can All ou wo guar- hnnd the lnnrcat stocV. of lumbnr m Halt oouhIt. short notice, nuy bill of I.umbor yon WAnt. All wo nsk is a trinl, and &cllon. we cun aim willill yen dumber at Bed-Rock Figures. PINKSTON & BURGESS, FOREST CITY. MO. L. LUCKHARDT & CO., ST 3 FORET CITY, MO. M Dross, Pore Chemical, Toilet GooJs, Paints, Oils, Dyes, Etc, Prescriptions Compounded according to tho Scientific Itmos of Pharmacy, by a Pliarmuoy Graduate. Wo also carry a lai'go atook of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES CHAITKK VII. After turnihc tho matter over iu his mind, tho doctor thought best to go nt on co nnd break the news of tho death of Mr. Mnrshnll to Kdith, n.i his recent conversation with her on this subject gnvo liim n privilege ho otherwise could not liayo taken, Ho had hid horse nnd bugjry ready in n few moments, nnd at eight o'clock drove up to the gate of the homo, that held one, that llko overy one who came lo know her, knew her only to lovo hor. She met him nt tho door nnd Invitod him into the best room ;in a little while tliey camo into silting room, I win darn tug tho dtockmg'i, nud your grand fath er was smoking in tho corner. Oh! my dear, how I seem to live over those day again, I shall always see that child, as she camo up and laid her arm around my neck, her face so white, and tremb ling like a lonf, said. "Tho time lias como tor mo to tell you what, nud who I am." Shu told us nil that Mrs Carlisle had told her brother, nnd now that this only tie of lelationshlp on earth wns broken, there wf.s no reason why the world should not know her, t-ho said she should leave early the next morning for Oermaiitown, nnd that Dr. Lawrence would accompany her, as ho still ielt a little anxious about Ids sister. While wo were making the necessary preparations for her early stint, she told us how sho dreaded to ineyt her limit, and how bhc loved her uncle, how he must have suffered, on her account etc. I advised her to go at onec to their home, ;it might be, her mint would, un der the circumstances, treat her with proper respect, if not, she should d her duty, by being present at the tuner al, and let every one know that you are Kdith Marshall. You will have no trouble In establishing your identity, you have grown a little stouWr, and (darling? let me say it to you, without flattery) so beautiful In face and char acter, jour aunt must be lest than human, if she is tint reconciled to you. The morning c.mie clear, bright tiMd lovely, as our October mornings usu ally are, with it came Dr. Lawrence. 'Now Kdiih" said I, "no matter what happens, wo wish you to return to us, we have now tho strongest claim of any one living," au4 your graidlathor (I could not help smiling when ho lifted her into tho buggy) said, in a husky voice. "Now Kdith come homo as soon ns possible." You seo we had in all these months become so much attached to lior, that her leaving us for good would sicm like taking tku sunlight indeed from our home. Your father then was just verg ing on to manhood, ho and your aunt Ophelia looked to her for everything. ho had arrived at the ago when boys luul so awkard and bashful, Kdith was nl ways ready to help the youth through these hard places, and when he fell In love with your mother, ho told it to her first, tho jioor boy teas so bahful. lour crandfather, as I havo often told you, was a little cranky, hu used to try to push John out, and would tell bim ho was engaged to be m wricd, whou he wns his a,?c. "Well, but (said John to him oho day) you married mother." In about a wuek after Kdith left, I hud a letter from her, saying sho would be back in n few weeks, said sho had o much to say It wou'd bo best to wait until sho return od, of course I imagined a gro.tt many tilings. He had considerable woiu to do that fall. In those days we hail just so niKoh work to do before Tlianksg'v ing, which wns going to bo a llttlu ear- Her this fall, the tenth of November, was set by the president, Polk. lie and your grandfather wero por sonal friends, and what dames K. l'olk said, was law ami gospel, with him. Wo had may tilings to bo thankful for had had no sleknoss In our family that year, nud tho fifty dollars your grandfather always allowed for doctors bills, was used for the poor, you kmiw w nhvftTs hnvo tho poor with us, oreu though our neighborhood was thinly settled, wo had some sliiftlets ponple, laat needed help, some needed ussls taneo from no limit of their own. your grandfather was always thoughful of this class. suddenly was too much for the poor old Ignorant woman, wo went togcthor to tho kitchen to seo tho servants who had nssomblcd there, to pay tho Inst tribute of respect to their good and kind master. Upon my appearance among thoin.tlicre wns a gener il stamp ede, somo went out the door, through thu windows, up the bnek stairs, and in loss time than It takes to tell lt,wo wero alone, old nurses commonts on their conduct, was very nmuslng, when, if 1 had not hold on to her, sho would have done the same thtng, when she found I was llesh and blood, she was now over come with joy, Bho nud I consulted ns to tho best way of approaching my sunt, sho said she would go to hir and spunk of me, nnd seo how sho would feel on tho subject, when sho returned slie said aunt Caroline appeared very much ev ened nt the mention ol my name, but said. "1 wish she was here, but that cannot be." "I said. Oli! Miss Caroline yu dont know the way of Providence, lie could rcl dat ciiilu down iu dis lioiixe.dls min it, if he thought it would ease dat po Heart of yours " Mammy don't talk to me now, I am so miserable," said she, so I lucked her up sniighke, nnd tolo her I felt llko sumthln was gwiuo tohapiu,! could not think ot anything,iinless.MMs Kdith was cumin bnek. Shu left me, and after bathing my faco and making myself pruecntnbio, I thought best to go to her, and have the meeting over for the suspense was tell ing on my nerves. I tapped gently nl her door, the re sponse camo low.l opened the door and walked to the couch upon which she was reclining, I he moment she saw my face she sprang to her feet, as if she had been elect rilled, we had a short conver sation, I saw there was conu-tiilng very great besides the death of my uncle tioubltug her. I taut, "Aunt Cnrollne what have I over duno -or my mother, or any one connected with me, that I should be treated by you, as I havo been? and I kuov just how you have treated 0110 of the best men that ever lived, on my ao count, now I want you lo tell mo what is tho reason." "She said, Kdith tuin your face from mu while we talk and I will loll! you." I took a chair to another part of the room, sat down with my back towards her, and she told mo this story. "When I was young, and life ahead of mo full of pleasure, hope and happi ness, liko many foolish girls, was at- tract'id by a handsome face ami line clothes, and thought of litlle el.se but present happlnes, I gave as pure love us ever woman possessed, to a man, who from outward appearances, was all any ono could desire, 1 married him, with tho consent of all except my fathcr.who seemed to be suspicions that all was not right, but we wero Anally married with all the pomp and splendor of people of our position, in the city of New York . Wo Bailed Immediately for Kurope, where ho chinned to havo groal wealth nud connection. Wo woio absent from this country live j cars, nnd what I endured during that time, no ono will over know. I cauio back nud told my friends I wns n widow. After an elapse of nniilher live years, your uncle camo to our city and became acquainted with my brother; through him visited tho house. 1 learned that nil men were not alike, when we think wo cun never trust again, we do not know ourselves, for time, thegieat healers, uovers all our wounds, ctcn though he leaves a scar. Your uncle wished mo to marry him, but I felt I could not tell him of the deception I had practiced, and to s.iy 1 hada husband living nottld not be true, for the man who claimed that right bad iorfeiNd that right long long ago. At last I was over nemiadwl. nnd I thought there would be nothing to hin der my happiness. Seaicely a year had passed when your iiiH'ln received a letter from his long lost sitter, your mother, begging iiiin to como to hur immediately, she also sent the daguerrootTpo of herself nud husband; when they arrive I, your Hiiclu was not at home, I opened the package, the face of that man, was the man 1 married, your father was my Ural husband, J on have his face, never did (wo poople look moro alike. Ho soon nushed the lifg from your mother, nnd left you a frail imago of himself, to haunt and blight ike remainder of my life. Trh h why I could ot endure to havo yos near mo, I thought and brooded over the matter so much. I was afraid, child, I alight do you harm, so I would givn your unelu no lest un til you weic sent away. Now you know all the circumstances of my life, you can never V iiimv what I have endured, lilamo me as little ns you can, I am sor ry to have maue yon Miller, but the crimes of others, will always mak the innocent sulfer, as well as t'jo guilty. coNTisrr.n. Ducklon's Arnca Snivel Tho greatest medical wonder of the world. Wurraiitcd to spcdlly euro Hums, ISruiscs, Cuts Ulcers, l?alu nlieum. Fever Sores, Cancers, l'es. Chilblains, Corns, Chapped Hands, nud nil skin eruptions guaranteed to euro In every iiiftancc, or money efumi fd. L'6 conls per box, For salo al T, H, Hiudc'sdiug stoic. ft TJ I SI M 2 - tnJ 7t. Z o 5j U 0 05rSgej!d ,55? ST l V. kf t I A! Ki -i : ; rfl i lcH?a Tin I'll.' vonlliurit (ii;irli'r n( Die nortlif.vt cpi.ir- of iirllmi i;, ImuiMiip f,u riinne w. I AM ON HV WAV TO Tick Hiork'u TOSKK III.S New Srt Stock of CLOTHS, Cassimeres, Etc And leave my iiiraiur fur a new Spring Suit For Sale 107 lACKKtf Partly feared; uidcr cultivation; good stable; two 'ood wells and n ciilciu ; good farm house ; good orchard and vtueyard; one and a half nnlos nurthcatt of Klchvtlle. for terms apply at thu olKce. THK NSV. AIt,UOA.D is coining, nud in anliciiatlon of n big noom, ueury Mes nns put iu a large stock of Cook Stoves and other goods in his line. Prices ou everything losrer man over. Well tho time went bv vory fast, nnd tlio evoning hoforo Thanksgiving wo luul everything ready tor the eventful dinnor, a few fnoiu's having beon invit od. Juft ns tlm sun was setting, who should drive up but Kdith and Dr. Law- renco, just ono yoar from hor first com Ing. How different from that eventful evening. Tho uppenraneo of that thun der storm, on that oronlng.ehangcd tho Uvea of how mnny people, who can say a vory littlo thing somo ilmo change the whole course of onc3 llfo. After suppor she naked mo to go with her to hor room, as sho lookrd care worn nnd weai v, I felt sho hnd passed through somo sovoro trial, Rho told m truths stranger than fiction. Sho said. "On arriving at Oormnntnwn, I wont immediately to my aunt's liouso ns sou dlroclod dear old black nurso wns nt tho door whon I lifted my vail, and took her by tho hand, I had to nonrly uso forco to keep hor from nrouslng Iho whole house, Negroes nro 60 super stitious nud thor bad mado un tholr piiuds 1 ww dead, and appealing tm Go to FRED SBEMAN'S. Our popular Hoot and Shoe dealer and seo his line Stock of BOOTS A SHOES llti hns.jusl received nneof the Larirestand imi'iesi ijiiu'm ever Droitut to me citv. The ladies are particularly invited' to examine my .stock of Shoes. lie can suit you in Oualitv and Prico. TOor Good. Goods, FAI It and SQUAHii Dealing Go to FRED SEEMAN'S, Postofflce Biiifflug, West Sifle Fnbllc Spare, Oregon, Mo. T T T TT Vl Urv.il IN ' NEW OZWZ15, Is now receiving lus Stock of New Spring Good", comprising a full Hue of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Glassware, Q,ueensware, Etc. At Prices That Defy Competition. Wo endeavor to keep tho Host, knowing the !5ut i a I way w the Cheapest. Call and oxamino Goods and Prices LEVIOREN.NewPoint.Mo. Instantaneous Photographs TRUSTEE'S SALE. WluTrns, lliMijamlii l Hiuiili mill Martlia I). Shi. Ih. Iili wllr, uf Holt ml. lit), .Mliv.tirl, hy llirir i i'itiiiii l'i ."l nf InM, o.iImI the --Vil ilnr nf i'il('mlirr. Ih;s. nml iirurili'il In tlu llecord vr'i iillli'i' d( Hull ruiitit), MlttnHfl, In llunkSI, .it I'.uji1 I?.' iniiM')iil to .Inliii Callow, a itii!, tri!. tin riiltiiMlnc ilfHiTllnil tr:tt, pirn1 or pMHi li nl liiinl. l)ln-. Hiil lii'lii In Hull cuiinl), ,iiii oi.ii'- fii ..utiiKi, in nu ; Tli.' tlT VVIili'h n.-iI.i ivniM'jstiri' w:ii mailt' tn mtuni Itiv p:i)ini'iil or i i'i iiUli jirniiiliiiii) null's lii ..ml iK'i'il ul 'Iruit llll'lllfnlli'il iilhl ilvn'fllli'il i alnl uliirrni ,il.l iiolvi uri' p.iit ilur ninl rv iikiIiii uiii.ilil : ami whi'iiMs, .Inlni Callow ir-fiin-s tnai't n ttii.li'i' ; mul uln roai, It h iiii vhli'il In kiiIiI Mi'i-il nl TfiiHt. Dial ill rav of ali ai'iirii, ilr illi. ri'fiit.il In art, nr ilKilillity In any ttUt', i( Hit' tniHti'i., tin' tiir ai ttiii; lu rlll if Unit ci. inily, Mii..uri. at tUf lt'iui".t ul till- li tr.it linlili r of miIiI linti'i, 111. iy proeui'it tn -i ll llii' iirnpi'ity lirrfliihi'liirn mcutlwiit-tl, mw tlirri'lnii'. In rnnipllamv ullli t lie pruM-liiMi of aKI Di'i'il of 1 rutt, ninl .it Hu- tniii"t nt llio llTnl liollil'l- llf Mill liotl'l, I will on MONDAY, Afltll. id. hl. nltiT for kaIw for wish, to tin' Mclitit lilJiliT, at tin- Cnurt llniisi' ilnnr In tin- city nt Dr.'cmi, fttalr nl MliMinrl. 'ii'tiMM'ii tlu lioiirN of ulim (I'ohii'k In tin fori'llunn ilnl It v- n'vlurl; In thtl afti'llinnll of that ilaj. all tin1 ilyhl, title Ihti r "I anJ I'lalin nt lit.- ,M ri lijainlii F. Sinllli ami .MurtPa t. Sniltli. nl. in mul tn tin' abiivn nal i'tati', for tin-iin po-c of Nall-fjltin ialil nnti ami intt'ii'.-t, ami tin cuts uiul i-vpi'iison nf this H not. A. .1. CAKTI.W, SIutII: nf Unit Comity. SHERIFF'S SALE. Hy li-tiit ami aiithnilty of a spoi'laloxmillnu Mtiinl from tiir ollli i' ul tlir Cli-ik nt Un' Circuit Cnint of Holt I'liiinty, Mlsoiiuri, ri'luriiahlii nl iho Aptil ti'riH, of salil Coint. aniltiiimi lirri'ti'il III favor nf tiif Sl.ilf of M..ourl tit tlio ri'l.itliin alul tn! lii ii f r 1'. Wulty.i'nlli'i'iur of ri'vi'iinc of Holt c.imty, ami hkiiIum KIIalM'tli Snri'tPii, Win II, Sui'i'tfii. Samiiul Swcoli'ii, ami KluaC. Il.ililuln, I liatw ! it-it upiiii ami spli'il all Iho riclit, tl tlp. IntiTi'tt. unit Plalin of (lit jlM ili'fi'inlnnlt, nf in mul tn tin.' fulkmliii; ilivn'rllii'il ri'alt'l.tto. tn-wlt: Thf iiortliwt't fourth nf the utirttiuvti qimr tfi of i.i'i'tloii i.".i. tiiHiithlii in, r.niKP 3. All bliiuiiiiillii'liii: in tahl county ami Htnto of Mlnmirl ; an. I will ..11 1 1tf-'ltSDAY, .MAY 1.1S3I. hctwppii tin-hniirn of iiini' oVlopk Iu Iho fnrc noon ami IIvp oVIiu'k In rin afti'momi of timt ilay, at tin-Court llonsi' clour iu tlu'Citv of or,.. Sou. I'liunly nf Hull aforrialil, si'll ttuv laniti nr vi iiiui'lillijii'of uiuia) ln rciuli,. at puhlle wniliiutn tlK'hifhfil hlililurforfali iu liaiut to aalf) Kilil I'MTiilluu ami cml. A. J. CASI.l.l!. Slu'i llTnf Unit Cntinty. SHERIFF'S SALE. lly trtito ami authority Mf a Hppcialoxopiitlon HsiipiI finiii the onicocif thnClirK nf thf Circuit ...iirto Hull comity. MMmtrl. rt'turnal p "t llii) Apr I tcrni. issi, of naU roui t. uuj to iuf. (liri'ClPil Iu faorof the Hlsti- of Miiimirl. nt tho ri'lntlnn ami to tliiMinMif I'. Welly, culluc "r of ri'W'iitu of Holt county, and acalimt .lamut W. Ilaiawlii. Kllm n.ildHlu. KIIzxl,tti ShocIp"' "' "Ml Haiuucl 1 havo leritnl imon ami ipIi. il all ihn r,.ht tl. p. Intori'it ami claim of Iho .li'K niVari" ..f lu.ult :l" ' 'ollu"'" Ut-rlbl fVil-oaVle': The inutliwpvt fourth of tip itnrttiHvit ciu-ir. tcr. n .en,,,, '..',. jmvnilih, oi. raimc ss '",,r f'Vti1,l,,K,n,,l! ,.,,;,,,lf.,.n ,'I,'a c,"""ly ri! .itatu of Mlsoiirl j ami I will on 1 ' TIICIiSI)AV,.MAY 1. ISI. Iii'twcnn tin- liourtof iiiun n'flcck iu tho forp. noon anil Uvo n o i.rk In tho iiftcnu.,., of at ila, t thf court lunini i O'.r iu tho city of or,,. B;tj. county of Holt afon sulil, n'll lh !. 'm ioinupiih.'H'ofa.iiia he romilrcrt, atHiihllo yoiia.i.'. to tho hlshot U,Ur for t'aVi, n Kd to wtlil) naul exuftittttu ami costs, A. .1. cakim:, HUerill f llnltCnuuty, SlicrlfTa Sale in Foreclosure. uy )iriuu nnn anthiirlly of ,i ipoclal M.vuff.f svitd from thy onic of thu cif A 1 1 ti vnxu'S iuirl fiflli.lt couiiiv. Ml,uuil, ri'turiMbl ut tin- Ann iitju. iiot. of -.alii r n-J ,..V.i ... anJ aKiii',i!t,!"''r Ali'1'" !occl1''' Plilutiir, llaiinali Sliiiiiioniniul hor huiuaml. Crlah Aim-. jmVi ilulili;., r Nuii; "&VtT lio lloml. .Sarah JUHKar. hiuI Iwr hinliand, J,it, Mtspr. IVI.T .Stn.un.', uiUtTNwu,,,. in I Mroupo. Mary .strniipi'. Krancls .Stroupp? .Virah .stri.upo. Anna str.uip... llortlia Htrou ii. ipo, jiawaret Wonoil anil Itwr hriH-C lie Ufiit'll, .H.iiuuc llontlanii toll. I A New Process, and nNow Outfit ; Tho Finest Tuhos, Cameras, Accvssones Hack (it omuls and Sceneries, in the Market. Clump Work for the next SIXTY DAYS. Card Photos, per dozen, 1.50; Cabinet Photos, per dozen $3.00;, Children, over live yeais old, four gems for fiO cents;. Old pictures copied and enlarged. After SIXTI DAYS my pri ces will bo advanced. Tho Now Process, a patent, nud plate nro very high. I am now prepared l do as lino wotK as any must in tlio West. HeineinUor, cheap workfor SIXTY DAYS only. Views taken iu Iho city or country. 1'ieturo frame for salo cheap. Como early I Como soon! Come quick! P. M. ZOOK, Photographer, Oregon, Mo. C. E. COCHRAN, JEWELER, ZMZOTTICTID OIT, 3VLO. Has, beyond any doubt, tho Largest Assortment of 7 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, And SPECTACLES of any other firm In Holt County, ami ho begs you all to cull ami sec that this Is lino. Special Attention Given to Repairing Watches, ana fort Warranted to (Jivo Satisfaelioa. It will pay you to call on him bo lore buying. C. E, COCHRAN, MOUND CITY, John Nlrnuno, li.tml. r 1 1 1 1 r, . I i liim T. lloml. ili'l I n. i I ll.tVII lot I ii I II nnn tniil kill ...I .ill .1... Intorcit ami ol.il in of tho .Mid" Vt c-f.:, T. i IV' tiiAVil ' K iiowrltiod real citato Tho Miuthoast fiuirtli of ho liortliuiwtiiuarti'r and tint .loiitliwoHt foiirthof thu imrtliwosl iii,r.. t'jWil&n,l'7u;,,,,,,0,m,y i,m' HU,t TltntMIAV.M.VYl.lSH, hi'tHi'oii tho hours of nliu. ovim'k Is tlio foro- ' v'' ;V': , .V,',;l,;Yk. 11 "i10 ;,.,",.r;,",n 'Vim - ninpu l)WWr 111 KIM I IV UI llf. V'."'." a'Tt'ialil, s.ll tlm Wnu, a i .' "uiu, iniliu lll(,'Ut'i lllllill at Ilnlld. A. .1, or for caili a CAsri.K. Clnirli-sW.Thuin.'M, aWK' t"""iy t .Nur.M:v-l'iiiii.ii'. (Iiikiion, .MiVHJmtif TKl'STKIJ'S HAIiK. yiirons by dppd of trmt. tlatifd M iv - ,a TIil iiurthoait itiarlorof tho nurtliHint miir. trrof Kci'tion aa i' townMH , """ ran- S7 .Yf.l m' K:l1'1 tH'vi'yiiaoii win made In trust to tloor In Orison, Mi.miiii, liptwi'cn tlm hours nr MONDAY, MAYS, tssi, rihull.i, nf In and tn tlm a hovo ilotcillu'd real-f.-latofortlippiiriioso (,f sallifylnt i , iiotu and Iho costs un d thu cxVouVos of 1T1I1 lnW . CI W Tim..,. T' W- COM.INH, o, n , llioin is, Trn.ii ii Atfy for llenf. imiue, ook P'pmod lo rnnka you good Pliotogritphs iu dark, cloudy weather, '