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POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powd r never varies. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholcsmneness. More econo tileal than tha rd:narykliids, and camit be M Id In ciinp -!l!li.ii with tbe inultttuile nf Uw ti st, short w.-lgiit Kluni or phosphate powders, fold unly In mm. Koyal Hakix; I'uwiiKK Co., 106 Wall Street. N. Y. SECRET ORDER DIRECTORY. Oregon, Mo., 188.". r. & A. W. Meets first Monday and third Saturday ot each month. .1. T. THATCIIrR, W. M. C. J. HUM . Secretary OltECOX I.ODCE, Xo. 197.A. O. C. W. Meet second and fourth Friday of each month. I. I.. NU'IIKIC.M. W. J. T. THATCH EK. Recorder. OKKCON I.KCIOX, No. :i7. S. K. nl A. O. U W.-Meets every first and third Friday of each month. .1. T. THATCHER. S. C. 1'IIIL. J. ZII.I.KS. Recorder. IO. O K. Meets everv Wednesday evening o each week. SAMCKI. STUCKEY. X. li. WILLIAM KAUCHER. Socretary. GA. R.. CHRIST MKVEIt I-OST No. 45. -Mcets every second and fourth Saturday ol ea'-h inraitli. I). P. DOIIYNS. Commander. CEORUK JACOBS. Ailiutant. GO TO E. P. Hostetter's FOR YOUR Cigars -AND- Confections. itobl. MmtO'mery. AUtcrl Kurc.rr MONTGOMERY 4 EOECKER, Private Bankers, OREGON, - - - - MISSOUKI Collection.-! made and remitted for promptly Interest paid on time deoMls. Foreign exchange bought ami sobl. We Issue dia'lsnii all the tuiiicipal cities of Germany, England and Ireland. Hare mads special arrangements to collect wnney due from estates in foreign countries. Taxes paid furium-residi-uts. The accounts of business men and Indlt Iduats 111 Holt county respectfully solicited. THAT HACKINC. COlli.l can be so .itlckl) cured by ShiloliV Cure. We guarantee it. For Sale by Mimics Fhilhrlck , Oregon ; France & Co.. i-orcst. To The Pubic. Wo. the undersigned, having either Miffrre with Itbeuniitisiu. Kidney Dl.cascs, Neuralgia or Diseases of the IHimmI, do neaitity rcci.in emnd Dr. A. V. Manes' Fheumalh: Specjllc for the almve troubles, as it i the only lit dkine We CO aid secure, Kiiarahlceiuf; tn c-ire. Yours Truly, J O Fair. Cf ntral Ciiv. Nebraska. George K Wjiddcll, Truv, Kansas. M.-orge W StoiiuVr,.St,.lo,.eph. Missouri. Vt IT Ross, ltarliugame, Kansas. It II Ilalley, Meadville, .Missouri. tSeorge Vlllhnute. Munrie, Kansas. Frank Shoe maker. MaryvlIIe, Missouri. Annie Stephens, Duhtiiiue. Iowa. Thomas Townst-nd. Avenue City. Missouri. Isa.i- X Sbafer, Joppa, Kansas. K.mlel Sprague, Morton's Mills, Iowa. tleoreu 11 Smith. Ness City. K aulas. J A bouts. Ccdarvlllo. Kmimi. V. W Laiitd-atc. Washington. II. C. Austin McFarluid. Denver, Colorado. ? nomas R llri'tz, Omaha. Nebraska. Hln VanDeventer. St. .loseph, Missouri. Colonel D W Milder. Hiawatha, Kansas. 1,p Larrls in. Omaha, Nebraska. Levi Close, Troy. Kansas. Daniel Sinclair. Trov, Kansas'. Mrs. Mary Martin, S"t Joseph, Missouri. C T Corning. Hiawatha. Kansas. C K Carey. Fillmore, Missouri. William Champion, Washington, D. C. S. L Houston, Jr.. Kearney City. Missouri. Charles 1) uiovau, Maltland. Missouri. John D K-l!ey. Central Cllv. Colorado. A B Wilkins, .MUtouvale. Kansas. Eldir A Xlckell. I'urdin. Misxiurl. T A Dhihi, While Cloud, Kansas. Oeorge Xelson. Trot , Kansas. .1 R Mastursnu, Uidlev, Missouri. I.wis KIksIos. Miltrnvale. Kansas It ! Xorman.Trov, Kansas. Louis Hliice, Halls Station. Missouri. John Mullanax, Valley, Falls, Kaunas. Joseph Alhus, St. Joepli. Missouri. A M Satt n. St. Joseph. Missouri. Charles M Tohias. Ilerkine, Kansas. II I) Davidson. Washington, D.C. Jotepli II insen. St. Joseph, Missouri. A L lUrllett. St. Joseph, Missouri. J" II R-we. Vernon. Xehraska. W W MeFarland. Cine Imiati. Ohio. James Maxwell, Stewart si tile. Missouri John ringer. St. Joseph, Missouri. William iluiatt. Oregon. Missouri. The Line selected by theU. S. Cov't to carry the Fast Mail. BsHBBBvBBZsHEXsSsSflSsESSsfiL1 0,000 MILKS IM THE SYSTEM, With Elegant Through Trains containing Pullman Palace Sleeiing, Dining and Chair Can , behrcen the following proiaiaiat cKiaslthout change: CHICAGO, PEORIA, ST. LOUI8, KANSAS CITY, DENVER, OMAHA, ST-JOSEPH, QUINCY, 3 --INCTON, HANNIBAL, KEOKUK. DES MOINES, ROCK ISLAND, LINCOLN, COUNCIL BLUFFS, ATCHISON. TOPEKA, LEAVENWORTH, SIOUX CI FY, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS. (her 308 Cleganlly Equipped Pauenger Trains rvnitraf daily ocr thlt perfect system, passing iaU aui throuph the ImporUnt Cities and Tnrns In the nrtai Wales ef ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO. How to Prone. From the Fruit Itecorder. We look upon the roots as the part that nouruli, bnl the roots are the mouths through which food is taken. Ii is more correct to say that the stomach nourishes rather than the mouth, and the leaves of tte tice rather than the roots. By severely outline back beads of trees. I can almost suspend growth. 1 bus we often leave branches tbet I know must come off next season, simp ly to induce growth of the part that is to remain penuanentlv. Some people seek to urge the growth of scions in newly grafted trees by removing ail large limbs. They should remember that they thus remore that which in duces growth, and after such severe s aughler many of the fibrous roots will be found dead, for it they have no woi k to perform they become feeble and i-hort lived We must distinguish I he difference between trees and vines. If we wish the gr.ii e to grow vigorous ly we cut it back closely, for its leaves urn very large, and it h: the faculty of covering with a trellis only a few buds. Thus we cut feeble-growing vines back more closely than strong growing, for by close cutting we get mote loliage than by leaving canes long. Therefore in pruning trees the danger lies iu cut ting too much, and with vines in not cutting awuy onouah. It you wish the tree to fpread, cut to an out-side b'it; it to run higher and closer, to an upper or Inside laid. Leave no crotches, as they are certain to breuk when laden. Cut cloc to the shoulder, but do not cut the shoulder. Hemember that be who does noi trim at all gel the most growth of tree, yet he who trims often and widely has the beet orchard and fattest pocket book. Selecting thellreed of Swine. A wrilcr in the llural New Yorker sajs: There is no better time than during (he summer growth of bwine, or during annuil fairs, for the intend ing begiuner to select a breed to ad here to. It may not be to his interest to grow very large bwine; but it cer lainly is to every man's interest, nut only to select a bietd, but the speci mens of a breed that will giow to u liur marketable size at an caily ase. The color, as In cattle, is mainly a matter ot fancy, for, while it may not be denied that some swine are liable to aliments of tbe skin, that do not com monly affect others having the hair and outer eo.iting ot the skin different ly colored, yet the color cuts no figure iu fixing the fattening tendency or in determining the quality ot the flesh. By examining different herds of bleed ing swine, and the ffshoots of lbo.se that are being fed tor markets, tbe latter on some farms being made up of the leavings Mich as did not meet the demands lor breeding purposes as these are upon. grass, depending main ly up n this for sustenance, one can make a better estimate ot the value of a given herd, as "self-tenders," than where they are kept up in close quar ters and led on rich food prepared from grains, oil cake, meal, etc. Then again, it is an nid of no mean importance iu making selections, to be nble to look over a lot of brood sows haviug then litters with them, as in this way we are enabled to eee what the tendencies are in bleeding; that is whe'her they are inclined to breed g..od Inters as to numbers, and good al.-o in the mallets of growth, form, :iud tendency to fatten promptly. If one will keep an ee out for pointers that will aid h tn, he will get these by observing a no tunusual sight namely, that a portion ot the sows fo fine-looking themselves are followed bg one or two good pigs another not so good, and a puny runt. These aie tome of the advantages secured by visiting her.lf in the summer, as one can then most easily trace family characteristics, in the matter uf prolificKor.ss, not only of the older sown, but of the offshoots of tho?e Ihat have been pul to breedin.'. Theie is a natural tendency to vana lion in all kmds ol domestic atiiuial , and swine stock coming into breeding so early and maturing to rapidly, it is not unreasonable to expect striking variations. Hence, it we can find with in a giten held a family line niure un ilonn in important features than other family lines in the collection, reason ably ptolihu as breeder-, eooil jrowers and shapely in form, ihese we tbe families out ot wuit h we sbotilc select. getting our male fioui a diffureijt, and if necessary, distant herd. Iltii'k ten's Arnic. Salve. The ttest Salve in the world for Cuts. Itruises, Sores, Uleers, Salt Kbetini, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin i,rut tions, and positively cures files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed lo give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Sale By Hinde & 1'bilbrick. Connecting In llniea Besots JoraS rynis it the StatMaadTerrnoriS.EAST, WUT.SftTH. SOUTH. MoauMaraierc you arc going, purchase roar tUVcts '"BURLINGTON ROUTE" Dal Tratas via this Line between KAtrSAS CITY, LUVEMV0GT3. ATCHISON. ST. JOSEPH and c3tmc.suiFFs,ci:jti:A,si3ux crrr, si. pul and INNEAPaLIS. KANSAS CITr. ATCKISON. ST. lOSErH snd QUINCr. HAHNI3AL an i CHICAGD. Without Change. T. J. POTTER, vicr pro n& c, B. AC.CsicAca. PER ; EVAL LOWELL. cis p.,! A.-.c. o. a., oM3. J. F. BAPNARQ, Uti iu. ki,:,',j.ii.liu H. sr. J., St. Jew.-. A. C DAWES, GL'I F33. A-. K. C., tT. 4. A C C A-O H. A ST. i.. ST. J Sites. XIIILOH'S VITALIZE!! is uh:it : need fori 'mstilntinn, Ls-ss f Appetite. JiKnisn. mill 1 .iu sui;ioms hi jivspepso,. s -fire 10 anil ..- . nts tier lMittle For sale iiv Silmle : l'l.il-, r.r:cV, Orcsoii, an J Fr;nee tc f ".i vtejt I'irj Why Hays ShonM Xot be Snub bed. Don't sdab a boy because he wears shabby clothes. When Edison, the in ventor of the telephone first entered Boston he wore a pair ot yellow linen breeches in the depth of winter. ) Don't snub a boy because Ins home is plain and unpretending. Abraham Lincoln's early home was a log cab in, i. Don't snub a boy because of the igno r ii nee of bis parents. Shakespeare, tbo world's poet, was the sou of a man who was Hnable to write his own name Don't snub a boy because he chooses a bumble trade. The author of the rilgrimV Trogress" was a tinker. Don't snub a boy because of physical disability. Milton was blind. x Don't snnb a boy becau-e of dcll-.ess in his lessons. Ilo.nlli, the cel'Vrat- Asi pain-er and engraver, was a stupid bay at his books. Don't suub a boy because he stutters. Dcniost Iveucs, the great oratorot Greece ovcrcniue a bursbaud stammering voioo. Don't snub anyone. Not alone be cause Mime day they may far outstrip you in the race of life, but because it is neither kind, uor right, nor Christian. A prominent merchant tells me that his wife who has lieen afflicted with ihcum.".tism r-inoe hrilhond, LfJicrcs thai Tougalii.e has n fleeted a paroia nent cute for her. Lucius Ly brand, drugg'st, Xoblesville, Iud. SETTLEMEN DOCKET Holt County Probate Court Regular November Term, 1886. First Day. Monday, Navember 8th, A. D., 1886. XAMKOF BST4TH. Caton John F. Leaniter Allison Miller James Brlnegar A J lielrs OCAKDIAV. CLIIATIIB, ADlf 1N1STBATOK. Adni.nlstrater l'nblic Administrator AUininistrAtvr (iuardiae asrrTi.KsiRKT. Third aud Final Firs! Annual Snrond and Final Kiiclitu AduiuI Third Annual sw-ron-1 Annual First Animal Klitt- Annual Tenth Annual '"f'U Annual - iid Anaual l' rd Annual -v - ,nd Annual ..-st Annual NAM HOT ADMtSiaTUATOU. Ilnwrll I. Caton if T A kirn James Mrutt Wm Braurlianip Se:cnd Day, Tuesday, November 9th, 1886. Hollrnlieck and others John T Collier (iiantiitn (uppEIU.irwth and others l.rer.io 1 Canipt.rll Cuardian Washaru i.ivi.l Worth Clark Exreutor Sehroms Henry and ottiers Ilenr' Hankers (injrdian Borcherit Ienis;iiul nrhers Henry Hankers liuardiaa Third Day, Wednesday, November 10th, A. D.. IS86. Barnes Annie and others TlmmiivMi Frjiier Criianlian Catherine Iden and others Mary tden liuardiaa lull Janien and others HWI'nrter Cuanlian Cooper Lottie ana others H T Alklre Cuardian Fourth Day, Thursday, November II, A. D., 1886 William Dresden Georgie Williams Administrator STATF. OF MISHOUItl I County of Holt. ) 1. 1 K. KXOWLES. Judje of the rpibate Court within and for Holt County, Missonrl. and T-otflrio elrrk thereof , do hereby certify that the above anil forenoinIs a true copy of the dork t forlliereKUlar NoveiulterTrrm, 1S2C,oIsaIi1 eourt. In witness whereof I h.ve herento let Ineal my hand and afned tile oilictal seal of mv ottlee. Umie at nfflr in Urrton, this Kth dayof tlctolier, If6. L. 11. KN0W1.IC3, Frohaie Judfe. Note. The above named Administrators. Executors, Ouardlans and Curators should nbserre the folloHfui; sueiEeslious: 1st Iloiiot wait lor the day set fnrsettlemrmt before makine any preparations for settlement. 2nd. Be ready to nettle promptlv h;n oiircass- it e.illml. 3rd. Do not ask for:t eoiiliuuatl'oii unless toil hare a geod reason for the Sam stli . tin yoursettlemenls up In a plain, uent, business manner. If you cannot do it yourself got some one that can. Mh. (iuardiaus will lie required to aeeotuit In all cases when they have used the money sf wards at 10 per cent, compound, and iu all oilier eases al the bUrliest legal sate tl.at could have been obtained. Mil. He ready to pay all costs at the time of makin: settlement. 7lh. As tills will be the last reitular term of court thai I shall hold, it is Important that Ad ministrators. Kxecutors and Cuardiansof estate in this court nho have Important matters to at tend to, especially in estates placed Ui this court dming my term, should be present and hare the matter attended to I.. It. KNO WLEJf, I'robate Judfe. .-as. Fanners ad Horsemen! ANDERSON & BOYD Call Your Attention to the Fact that they are Manufacturing the Best Harness Made in this or any other County in the State. We warrant every strap In nur Harness and guarantee satisfaction. We use J. G. Hoffmann & Sous' liest Oak Leather, the best we can buy. W select every strap with care before It jtoes Into our Harness. We carry a full line of Ijp Dusters. Horse Covrs. Ialher. Mesh, Cord and Cotton. Flv Nela Harness Oil and Soap, Collar Pails, and all kinds of Sweat lad.s, a larce stock of KpiHiuer's Pat ent, Wjeth's Fatent. Genuine Wool Faced, Hair Faced Collars of all kinds ; a fine assortment of Bukkv, Team and ltidtnpr Whips. We can save you fraw Ten to Twenty per cent, on Buggies and Sprint Wagons If you give us a call. We give von a special invitation to call and examine our Harness, learn our prices and fo low ) our w n convictions Yours Truly, ANDERSON & BOYD Oregon Wo. SAXTON & HENDRICK, JEWELERS. We announce to our m-iny patrons and friends a full stock in our line that defies competition la quantity, ipialiiy ami price, and ou uiu save money by making your purchases of us. Our .itoek ol Diamonds Watches. Jewulrv and Silverware was never so large as al the present lime, and we mean to nuke the extreme low prices sell tht-ni. We invite all tn Inspect our stock. Orders from the country will reeuiv pur prompt attention. All kinds of watch work done on short notice and guaranteed or no charge. llespectfullr, SAXTON & HENDRICK, 509 Felix Street. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Ask to sen our Saxton & Hendrlck Watch Movement. I. S. We are agents tor tne St. Joseph Nickel Plating Works. Send your order to ns. for Infants and Children. "CasitorlmissosreDarSoclilIdreatliU I OaatssrU eerea OoUe. Cosratrpatlon. trecoiameiiditwauperiortouyprtxcripUoa I S9ar Stomach, Diarrnosa, Eructation. kaowstome.iT H. A. Ajsraxm, JLD I mtororra. gives sleep, and prouotta dt iU 8c Oxford BL, BroeUfs, if. T. TITtojiitloa. rawUcaHoaw TU QaaTACs Coso-axt, ut Fkltoa 8 tne. V. T. namsMC( MtMlfeHlMmi WNkUMtidAnuu Dvcsr In Youf or 1 tAoasAatf cum lb9f aoulatelr nator rrttnaurtif , ced tutl brckaa dtrwm sMntatlia fall njormviit of mm sm u mtvnaTU ana iconro imiw. , To tfco m nwgw from th mny obaoay d t m i .void lb ImpMltM Of pMtBtlOM 111' dWsj for th troaMM. mn4 all Qatveka, Iwbaaa oal aim la to blaad tbnir vlo Umi. Tk rSURE RCXXT that IUt CUbUlIi thoacajMlt. dt n m':tf wUh auteolMaa to biuiM. i raui aaia orlnconvatfM-saaPjrir. f"ur.9rl M cinUlIe tncdtcal pr.stftpl. RydlfrX TkatibnlttL! Pt Jtrasrf In fp.fl nrci frit vthut arlay. The nutur! tot ina nuntan oruibin nwtmnm. tarn pi d tall alFetrntfaa4 Vitwoa Haalth. s o who wm nuir troxn am tanaj wrWBraisHu fesrvmsrht atrtAdt Irv I ntilasmttiAB. iLYMMoiOvasHrsaJa Work, or too trmm ladalceaoa, w auk that yon aand na yoor nanM with aUtamat of yoar tnmbla. aad aaoaro CBIALl'AOKAaE FREE, with IIloalM I'axuphlatc TUPTURCO PERSONS tn hatv sf RES wajt4aaIaautnieWttarau nt lifa vsirtn hark, tb pallrot pcooineacbaarfalaad ratmLyyaiBa botb amagih aiMlnaaiib TBUTMEMT. Oti tett.l3 Tn KmlHL Tine, $7 HARRIS REMEDY CO., Hrc CHEUiiTt. I ifOOX K.TothStrMt,BT.XX)UIS.xa Trial of our Appiianos. Ask for Torms! M SSll 1IW ma sms tUMSIIl SLICKERS ot haya tbe "wtu aiuim' iwsMttesrMMMafMtfnftaVttllL IMnBH BUllOSUUUsl Ii abaolatelr Mfr an rW noor. anH wlU keep yea air in uoiiaraen trsorza. . Jtr .iTL-vTon tiivri iiisrr and tVinn nthr. If voer atorekMDar doai fnrdarnDU-voeauioaiMio a. iwt.wniiiiiiiuiisiiL, i JOHNSON s ANODYNE IMIMlNTf LlllllIIUl I v f ' PARSONS' r " PILLS L?rL Trr.n tot-ai. Pr.l.aLsyOMaTaro.na..Jo Sawder totMlsu! HAKE HENS LAIN 'will sukatMnatar un IT. A- satnaad. diuasae; is worm vowa .nv kfoS. It trlstlr Baiob oe riTvn ww- 11 dlmm attomiM. bsrorta tta watfM la nld. aiaatnitoa fijVd mrrwhm. or seat br "J!"JStff ueana try ssprss. sns&. n a&oa fESTERM MEDICAL AH SUtSWIL INSTITUTE. N. E. corner 8th and Dataware ttreata. KANSAS CITY, MO. aw. attnasoi itsaa. asim t. asm. This tnstttotsi derota apactal atunuon to tha treatnent ef Hip. Joint IH CAM. Pmrmlg.lA HnwivlUf- Clns-Fect, caurm, temsla book fav aull flraa. birtwleas and Incurable. Tbia Inatltntfl la nrr d Tided artUi tbe onlr ateam- I pnipeneo mcemcm euro Wen of tbo Mlff-listppl. Under no tireaflaatanoaa in fi'Jainta admitted for treatment ana tbclr rae e in ba cursri. or at least beneflUod. W hiTlta me amirtca tn corrmpnoa wan km tmaveans m cbarve Dra. DiCKkuaOM t OTAKK. Caaawp Utr Ja& OR. HENDERSON. C&A A aWfi aVva .ntn re St.. Kaktit PITV. IM fa IBtiBllkSHlu. oiaaiiAsiaaiar, tussnissHs I Cbrnal'. Ktrrouaaod 8pscUu IM-'savaaa, Bfaio. Wt.alrnaaa iNlrttlaaaaai bVi- a OKI iWiil'ir luoaicc ousi J ' . taw. Avw4 ipertnea arunnmt. No cm trTTTwhsriTf.r..m riiftirM.if. HlMtrvnur raa ad afiKl fir Irrnia. V auluiKiii W smi oilU,ui, A BOOK fur buth acica, U'.uA d, maxt arakd Ut Cc i u Kattipa. n I ITI IU ITICUTfcrflKEATTURKtSH nnCUinHi urn rheumatic cure. BnoEsBaaaai m A TOSnTVacTltr.forKnnTMtTMM. aSOO 'irssy CAWtSis tPimeitful .nf-nr I'.'P- Cwlr4;rvTrr7 in annmlioi rnlin. 0:1"W rr.l f.sl-a rs- Dr.HeadeeKa,eoaWrsadottSL.KansaaCih.Ma. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, lauiof umnliool. fee, I will eend a roclpe (bat will euro you. FREE 01 CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In boulh America. Send a self-addressed envclojie to the Jly. Jofczru T. IN51AN, Stitfot I. .Vcw Terk Cirjf. ' WEAKfUHDEVELOPED PAKrHotlhsHIISlAN KlIllY KNUKOKI) llf-VKI, TfirSjWuwillFthAtThnrl iwwiilwif at rmmiiiig fclq7ThlTTir7thw ewitrry. thp XwMxfmt mrm vrr 23SuZ2jSaSL5 cirrnl.tn gfns All trtleinZeATT?TririHMjnr KrTa MtTCALOo, BuirAlw.N.V. lolMo hTning III.. The Hoaseholri. riura Jam. Let your fruit be drr and free from leaves and sialic. Take equal quantities ef plums and sugar, put into a clean vessel and boil one hour, stirring it thoroughly. Damsons prepaied the same way are very good. Cure must be lakeu when cold to c ivci all preserves closely and stand in a cool, elry place. To Prepare Corn. Cut off the ker nels trom six large etrs of com. Boil until teuder in salted water, about twen'y minutes. Drain aad then put in a saucepan ruth a cup of milk, into which a tablespoonful of cornstarch has been smoothly mixed; add two beaten eggs Cook until the cornstarch is done ami served. To Pickle Pears And Peaches. Se lect medium-sized pears and smooth freestone peaches; stick them lull ol cloves. Boil seven pounds of suar with one gallon ot vinegar, an ounce of macttand un ounce of allspice When it boiis put iu ihe fruit and let it cook gently nil a straw will piuiee it. Be move the fruit with a skimmer and Jboil i he sirup down for a few minutes; then pour it over the fruit. Cover el.ise. Italian Croquettes. Pound iu a mor tar one and a half pounds of loan beef, add six ounces of breadcrumbs, wetted and squeezed dry in a cloth, and three ounces of bntter; mix well. Then take a half ounce each of citron peel finely minced, wf chocolate grnted, or pine kernels, of sugar, and one ounce of Parmesan cheese grated ; add pepper, salt and tbe least powered cinnamon or nutmeg, and mix all these ingredi ents with the meat in the mortar; then gradually mix in three or more rggs so us to form a compact paste. Spread a little flour on the tabic, put the paste on it, and trom it into balls tbe eize of a Tangerine orange. Have a sauce pan with plonty of lard boiling hot, an J fry the balls in this a couple ot minutes, then lay them all in a saucepan, pour over them some well-flavored tomato sauce, and let them simmer geutly about halt an Hour. Empress Kice. Boil three tub'e spoonfuls of rice, picked ami washed clean, in a pint of milk, with sugar to taste, and a piece of vanilla; when quite done put it into a basin to get cold Make a custard with a gill of milk and tl.e yolks of four eggs ; when cold mix it with the rice. Beat up to a froth a gill of cream with some sugar and a pinch of isinglass dissolved iu a little water; mix tnis very lightly witk the rice and custard ; till a mold uiih tbe mixture and set it on ice. When moder ately iced turn it out on a dish and serve. Kipe Cucumbers Pickles. Take large yellow cucumbers, pare and take out the seeds and cores, souk in salt and water two days. Then tak them out of the brine, pour over them boiling water, and let them stand over night. Pour off this water and they are ready fur the pickle, which prepare thus: For each quart ol sharp vinegar take two and a half large cups sugar and oue tablespoonful each of the following spicos: Cinnamon, cloves allspice, bfock pepper and nutmeg. Add a cup of raisins; scald all together until the cucumbers are easily penetrated with a fork. Alter Diphtheria. Diphtheria is a terrib.e disease, re quiring the greatest medical skill to ef fect a complete cure. Even wheu its power is broken, it clings to the pa tient with great persistency, and often leaves the system poisoned and prostra ted. Just hero Hood's Sarsnparilla does a vast amount ot good, expelling lrai-uriliea from the blood, giving it richness and vitality, while it renovates and strengthens the system. A Talk With the Boy. "Distance lends enchantments,1' and the city looks well from the old laim. Perhaps you slo not see thorns and thistles, but they grow in thecity.Homa discipline may be baid to bear, but in it are germs of al successes. Parents are midway in tbe temple of life, and certainly must know mote Ihau Iuohi standing upon tbe threshold. It is al ways safe to listen to the voices of wis dom and affection. You may not be permitted to control all things at home, but piease remember before seeking the large liberty of this city that you can control nothing here. You may wear stoie clothes, but you must be the ser vant ot all. Liberty aud ease are the fruits of toil. The boy t" l-nws mare than his parent and tear-bets t. js to the wall in the city. Success depends npou in dustry, obedience, economy aud partly. Brown hands, clean tongues aud heat is are in great demand in tbe city. A country loafer becotaes a city loafer,and neither country or city crowns loaters. The earthquake never breaks tbegrouud so a to have gold at their feet, Boys whoso noble and manly lives are the guiding inn ulso of the pastor's hand when writing leters of commendation, rcceirc the most cordial welcome Iroui mercbsuiU here. There is a famine of boys who feel that God is watching them, and who are true to their employers because of loyally to ihe.r heavenly Master. The demand for such is always grenter than the supply. In tiki city you must begin way down, but smilingly submit to the inevitable, and uihke each day tell bow much, and not how little, good work you can do, and - ua will be in tbe line of pronioiiou. Xever deir! to coin a dollar except around the golden rule. Loving your neighbor as yourself, yon may not accumulate as rapidly, but the smile ol Gh1 is upon every itolar. Conference Kews. Pure blood is absolutely necessary iu order to enjoy perfect health Hood's barsaparilla purifies the blood aud strengthens the system. If 'out of sorts' with hdache, sromarn llsorder, torpid lhrer. pain In back or side, cun itliiatloD, etc .neglect may he latsJ. UDcdoae Df Btronsr'a fcauttlvs) nils will give relief. s.(ew doses restore to new Leal lb anil rigor. mamm Baenra TTaaHfcy attoatotfaaldvw rellaraaUblV aaaaKiiaaaa.aaaawKlatls)OldsaV isjfTgstiM;iCr.ylag. Wwlia BrcaWt LIVEtH ForlnstantUse As a reliable remedy, In cases of Croup, 'Whooping Cough, or sudden Cokls, and for the prompt relief and cure of throat and lung diseases, AVer's Cherry Pectoral is Invaluable. Mrs. E. O. Edjrerly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : " I consider AVer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for home use. I have tested its curative power, In my family, many times during the past thirty years, and have never known It to fall. It will re lieve the most serious affections ef the throat and lungs, whether In children or adults." John II. Stoddard, 1'etersbuiy, Vs., writes : "I have never found a med icine equal to AYER'S Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and lun? diseases peculiar to children. I consider it an absolute cure for all such affections, and am never without It in the bouse." Mrs. L. E. Herman, 187 Mercer st., Jersey City, writes: "I have always found AVer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my fam ily." B. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes: "For tbe speedy cure of sudden Colds, and for the relief of children afflict ed with Croup, I have never found any thing equal to Ayert Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all the remedies I have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terre Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayert Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung affection, supposed to be Quick Con sumption. We now regard tha Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M. Breck enrldge, Bratnerd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I go, am always sure to have a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with me. It Is without a rival for tbe cure of bronchial affections." PREPARED BT Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass, For sale by all Druggists. irtsAPUBxirvracTABiE PRDWunosi GSITTCRS CURES EMlDSOSESOFTtZl LIVER .KIDNEYS STOMACH AND IBOWEXSI SBifsVl-MANDRAKE-BUCrJU asc stho cgwuraTneiorraiMisrB It las stood tne Test oi xears, in Curing all mieases 01 tna BLOOD, LI VZB, BTOJt- ACH, KIDNEYS.BOW ELS.&C ItPu riles ths Blood, Invigorates aad Cleanses tha System. - LYSFEP8IA,C0KSn PATIOK. JATHTDICX. EICKHZABACHX.EIL- IOTJS COXPLAIinS.fte disappear at one under its DeaenciAiin.nn.eaca. lAIiDfiUEGISrS iPHICElDOlLABl It Is purely a Vedldne as its cathartic vrovcr- ties forbids its nst as a beverage. It is pleas ant to tbe taste, and as easily taksa It child ren as aaoiis. MttCKlT ASH BITTEI8 CO Sola Promiston. BtXoots and Kaxsa Crrr TIIEIDIJALSLEKPIXG-UOOM Ertrj strata or cold attacks that weak ktk aaa aearir yniuiKi joa. iifiliii THE BEST TONIC BtreajrthcBs the Alnaelea, fit eadtea the Nrrrea. Farlrhea the Blaad. - Uives) New Vlgar. Da. J. L Mtms. rM!Id. Iowa, sas: .... - Bran's Ina BitWra la Uw baat Iron nadichM I hsnfcaanlDmrSUjMim'praetic. 1 haTafouadtt pclAU beiwlMi! la mou or vhlraoal ubuitioa, aad la All dabitttaUaa ailrMnU last basr so hunly caUMtrstma. I'm it frlr ia nu rn f smilr." KB. W. F. BBOVK. I7 Mala St . Corintsop Kj.. n: "IwAsanaDlataljrtirotmBduwafailMAlthAad tnaklad with palaa ra aw bck. .Broitn's Iroa KiUats nUratT natondaw ta baalta." Omala has abowTrada atark aad cnd rd Uoaa BK0 W3 CHKJUCAl. Otl, B ALTIXOUC AIB, TRASKS SELECTED SHORE 1GEEBEL IN PAILS. 5sK OUAMAIITIID aih. At trask's -A nucTii taaaa Bucntin. H ysurCroocr dos net kMpthsrr Mnd a I 6, and we will send Pali by express, prepaid, to the neareai Railroad atatlon. TB ASK FISH CO. SaUXT I.OTJI5. MO FOK SALE fit Krerk At Waton, J. n. Tai-ne. Ira Peters J. A. Kwf, Oregon, 5Io. OTka BCYatRH' OlIDK U Sasosst aVpt. and Hards, caveat year. U-3U pan, 8,xll lnebca,wlUtoTcr 3, BOO UlawtraUona at whole Ptetmra Oallarjr. GIVES Wfaoleaala Price direct la Maunimera sa All a-oesla for parMsutl or family stsc Telia how to nXr, susal artvea exact cast oT Tcry SjUaur yaa sue, est, drtnlt, wear, or km tssst with. Theaa IKVAZ.UABIJS BOOaXS raimtala IntWrmatloM sUuid fYoaa thva aaarketa of On world. Wa will ssutts copy FRKB to any ad draaa mpota rceclpt mt 10 cts. to defray cxpeoaa mt auU1a Ut na haar trot Tm. JXAsrawetraOly, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. SET dc tt Waasaak ATraae. Chicago, itk ntlllfP. WH001'IXCOr(;HndBronclillie ImmedUtrly rrlled bv sjhlloli's Cure. For s:iis bv Hlnde & Plillbnck. Oreon. Knince & Co. Forest citv. The Wt It Slinuld IleArraatsMirurUeaUli itttd Coukfort. The "ideal sleeping room" will face the east. It will be not less th:in fifteen feet square, with windows on two side for light and ventilation. Forfuilhei ventilation it will have an open fireplace Tbe walls will be hard-finished :i'id tint ed a color that will be rvsiful to tin eye The woodwork will be finished in it natural color, paint no! bein; admitted The floor will beot hard,polUhed wood, with small lugs for comtoil that are shakeable weekly. Kverythiug that ORDER OF PU8LICATW3. STATK OK MISSOITKI, County ollli.it. 'ss- . ,ll,.i.ll,c!rc",t I'"-'"- J;i"nrvTerm, ls.ts. .Ioli:i v. s.tl'ers.J'l.-iiiiurt, i . "Sauist -Attwlinient. Unza Stevens, mrrjiid.int. At lids I:tli lUyof u-t'i.er. ls:.eomc 111 ;iuintill lii-r. ni, Iy Ins a-tu.Be, ii. I V:i ts-.. nite the uinli-rsunis: Cl.-rk ut 'ie llouCireni: i:irt and III? lit )m.tio:i anil iHdAtit. alle .nir. aniiHiK.it'icrtiii.nr. "M tef-o.I.iii.. ;..i7. stveiis is not are-M ni t... m.iii.Ii.-v,,i: nid e.nriot lie si'iniu.ufd ti tLis i;-ti.u Whereupon, it s onlem! d- tin- 7l.l Cl-rk. tut .s:li.l ilefi-ll.l lilt !), lOtllc.l lV JKlhlt 1l!li.r uat ilalutill h is en. i:ne:iv.t -i Mm iv iK titio'i .md :iii.i!.;-!-i.-, in i;... I'tixmU'enr' f II, i'.t county. M:nui. i,i,uul.r n ;tnmi-iiii,i r the sum ef inuhaii Ir .: .i.i.i teiiv .!"IUr. .i.S);) that Lis ,noper Uil.out h.ImtII.i.-Iici; mil tint iinU-s. tn-s.il.1 i.eis. s'evfi lie a" ippear at t!itst'ji.rt. at the next t-rni ,.ier-i -to he liejlin; ..l.,l l:-i,l-vi a. Hi :rt ILiltM-m Hie C'ty ef Onpii, in .sat i ioiiiiiv.oi t''e.1i! day of Jan" u uri. 1-sT. am! .): w u-inn- tliv flt'. day I s-iii tern. If the tenn n ill so I,m eimunne aim :i i .ir iiien .mrl lo II.,- Lisi il. id - Il2 rut ..;.Xrr irited t-. t'le In :- e;tie. t ie mi-ii- wi.I Ii M.iJreii aistll. (on In s.iid , "ll-MV M-.-S.TIXJCJ. t.irloiir-llisvvsiw ek- ine iai insi-rii m : it ..I ie i luisr wers he fore the 3rd day id .laiiu-try. : -7. A tn:ee:i Ireai th: ,ivtrd. Witness i.iy l.:i:il. ami tiiesi-.li.rtlierin'iilt (skai-I Conrt ol I1...I eouuiy, ties l!'t:i day ot October. Ksfi. ' ' I. S Al.'CIUICnrruIl Clerk. II. I. KEA. Att'i lor rril. would invito dust will be s:netly c.v cludcd.herefere tbe furniture u i.l have f"'. JmU,n-nt ..iil he rei...-r. a. ..rd j 11 K1V. no extra crvinj. The one bair mat-i And u fsfi.ri!i.Tonien-iit!i.i;-!e,.,viii-r.'ii .. . l i ... ..r .1... i...... i.. I . .'""''isli- .. ;..s .nii.u t . l.,.i .: u.- Moi. sl(.-o lire uva, ,ju.lllij, lll.lliu iu two parts for convuiKem-e in turnin": aul ailing, wiih a woven wire-spring beneaih. The bcil-c'ollmi will be the lightest, at the same time warmest, consisli. tg of blankets and white spread. All extra adornments ot lambrequins and fancy things of no use will not find a place beie. Tbe cm tains will be of thin, washable material. The 1-coHiing woman" will p'an to have her bed set away from the wall for health's sake as well as convenience. Modern "coiivetiieucc"wilI be let a'one as far as sta' binary wasnba-iu with hoi ORDR OF PUOMCATiOK. STATE OF -MlS-iOCin. I Comity ot Hi.!'. i '"' Iu the circuit Cim.iI J w,i iry Term. tsi O'.Iie llajdfn. iila'mtlir. s. Leiniii 1 T. tlaj den. deli ul.int . At this IMli n.ij nlOitols-rlssii, eoniesthf the jl.ilii-in herein. Iiv hi r atUrnes. I..lel Zis'k. hefure tin uteli rsiin : eirtk ol the Holt t'ireint Court an I ales tierix-liii-ni.nil ai:i.!.ii:, all.-Kiny. ain un; other ll.v,i .. that deii-nn-'nl, U-innel T. Ilaiden Is nu! a resldei.t . tin- -Jte ol Missouri an.! .mwh.: i.e.-ei.eil with the rdt nary pr n-es n? htw. Wliereiim-u it lionlensl Tn tlii's.-.l.ivi,.ik.lh:it said ileleiidinl he i in.llecl by iil.lie-.:tir. . tti.il i1.iiiiii lias fon.iti -iii-iit it sun . ,,.! ...,1.1 ...r. ; ...,.,.. ,r,..l 1 1... ,i. i id.iiiitill lias eon.iti -ins , : sum .ic.-iust him ii t"IU 1. . . lF 1IV.V,, ,1, l(,l , , - j .,t, ,'....( - ...,. t. , I , r . ... ...... , iii ii.i . iii-i i, ,n- i,i,j-,-i ,,i.,i Lnii-r.ii ii.i.un- i uiie-ii i in.ii i i.'ilin mt ks in lie ilmini d fnuiith Inii,iI ;u, iuit irtu-tis eieitr;,!', ed Al'.h di'fili la it mi the I -t 1 1 il.i ut Kelinl.irv, 1a0. un IheriHUiiNiit rriu'!. al'M-Ueand har lianiiis triatiiii ii: and l.-ii'ire it. a nuld" n:edb al altfiidain'e lur jiLiiiiliit ii tier sK-I,ne m.t f. il ure to pnnitle l-'r tlies.iii,n:t anil ia Iiiteii.iuee of iil. ilmllt .iii.I hi r e'liiil'eii ..ii'.l t'ial si.e ; se the eare and i-.isin.li tl.e In.i i lrtdrt'i. tw.ra ol t!ie iiuni ii i ii. it," .in.4 ili'ii ii.l.n t ; and thai nale.s the sihid-'IiaiUn;. U nuie: I' Il.iy den, lie and :i;i,ie.tr al 'hU Court, at ? neat Unii thereof, tn w- nrsn" and hni.l-1. ..t Ihe Court House lis the I'll v o, t)n;ton. in safilei on ly of Holt, on Ihe Triiii.iv nf .laim ir nett. l-7. and nu or In-fur.- th .sit!i d v nl s:ild I rui.if the term m1i--.11 so im,, oulI.iiu md It i.t, then on or liefnre ie l.lst !,iynls.iii letni -answer or ideiul to tile tithin i i -aid e:tns, , the same v.ili he laki n as .onfi v,, and jn-'s-ineat will he reii'Ien d aceonliiii;:v. And it is further i.nli red. IU a a run. lien u' be published. ;nw.Vim: t law, 1" t':e llm-T Cocntv Skntim.i. forlmirsuetvvdtv wis-k. the I.lsI iuvrtli'ii to be ii'it I. than fmirwecks hclnte tlu.ird i'n id .lau.-.irv, l.vst. A tn:ecoiy fnmi l!ie reeonl. Witness iu- limd. am! tie seal if the Circuit SKSI- Cnurt ot Hull coiuitv, this IMdH ( Octub.r, lw. P S. AI.KIl'.K, Circuit Clerk. DA.VIKI. 7.O0K. Alt), for 1'lif. able w.ish-tatid being used u. stead, rlic preterring to Uo a little extra work to running any rik of being t lowly and gcntelly poi-soned. Her bed will be well gpread open the first thing in the morn ing, and the shunshine and air invited in to do its part toward ailing and cleansing of the came, and the making of tbe bed will be the last of the morning di.ties. The "coming women" will plan a big closet iu taeh sleeping-room, with a window for ventilation, if a possible thing. It will not be a receptacle for old boots or shoes, nor antiquated bon nets, hats, or soiled clothing. There will be plenty of hooks at the propel height for ber to reach not the careen ter not forgetting lo put those iu the children's closet at a suitable height for them The cbi'dren will be remember ed in this house and will bare a room with a hardwood floor where all their belongings can be kept and the1; cui play to their heart's content, without being told not to do this or that or fear of hurting the carpet or furniture ;ivh-re everything shall be usable and bangable plenty of old chairs and boxes lor-ilcam cars and circusscs; where they can de corate the walls with pictutes.and have a good time generally Good House keeping. Danger! A m'slceteilcoMorcoucihniay lead to lneiiinonta,Consii:r.ptloii or other fatal di-saje. Strong's Pectoral Pills will cm e a .old an by mape. l:-stlliinclorilyspepsla,tu digestion, sick headache as thousands testify. C. W. L.UKENS, IDEIsTTIST. OREGON. MISSOURI. Rooms first door to tbo let, over lllnde & fhilkrirk's Urn Store. All work warrauted First- class. A Ire.sb supply of Vitalized Air al ways on nani. i-inro uounirum mo ua. MHrt rt-Ain 1-2 to III M. A full upper ar hoter set of teeth $10 00 up Gold ftllitiir SOU up (iold. Plallna, tiulta Perchaaud Miner fltluiE IMnp. Tenth extracted without Vitalized Air Do For single administration Vitalized Air 73 Kach additional " " " ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OK MISSOUKI, 1 , County of Holt. t ' III the Circuit t'onrt. January Term, IsS. Nora A. Humes, l'laiutilf, i UKauist Divorce. John II. Humes. l-fendanl. ) At this ii.iv Oetuher the 1Mb. !. comes tbe iilalulirf herein. h herattorney.il. r. Alklre. tiefi.re the undersigned Clerk of the Holt Cir cuit Court and flies ber petition and jitllilavit. allrciii', anionic uieriuinus. tnai iieieuuain, John II. Ilutnes, Is not a resident of tbe Stateof Missouri and cannot be summoned lit this ac- Wliereupon. It Is ordered by the said Clerk, that sain defendant be iioliBeil by pill Mention that plaluliil lias commenced a suit aKainst Him in this said Court, the object and j-MiL-ral na ture of which is that plalntilf seeks lo he uirorc ed ironi the brnids ol malriinouy coin raeted Willi defendant on Uie 25tli day of may. Into, on the croiiml of abandonment and refusal to live lib plaintiff ; and that unless the said John II. Humes be and appear at Ih.s Court, at the next term thereof, lo be bejtuii and hidden at the Court House in the City l Orcsn.iii said coiiii t. on the 3rd day of January uext, IS?,, and on or before the slxlli day of .s.iid term. If the term shall so lone continne and if uot,theii on or be fore the last day of said termanswer or plead to the petition in said cause, the saniu will be taken lis eoiifesseilnd judgment will be render ed accordingly. . . , , And it is further ordered, that a copy hereof be published, iiccordnii: to law, in tile Holt Cocntv Sk.tiki. for four successive weeks the last insertion to Im at least four weeks be fore the 3rd day f January. nw7. A true copy Irom the record. Wllne-s mv band, and the seat of the Circuit IsKU-l Court of Holt county, this 1Mb day i i October. ISM. ... .... I). S. At.KIltK. Circuit Clerk. II. T. AI.KIKE, Atl'ylnr l'l lt. A(lniinitr:iior's M:i!i. Xotlce is herein, khi ii. that by virtue ol an onti r of the 1'intiate Court of Ibe ioiii itT Holt and Ntatenf .Us-ouri.ninteat the IVbr".sry term IbertsiIiLiI in the 1 ia ol Febru.ii .ImsI. I. Henry T .ilklre. l'i:L:ie'Adimnlstr.il-r in rliaree ol the e.siate ol Leaudi-r Al!Noii. !e ceiLscd, nil! mi moxiay,novi:m::ei: m. im, at the north dour ot the Court lloii-e In :fce ily of Oregon, county nl '!di,and duilni; Ihe sit tilig of the I'robate Cnitrt o! s.iid ti'i;:.:y Unit. M-ll at public aiicllnii.all t! e li.teresl -t the said 1-eainler Allison, iieeeasd. iu a: d to tbe follow liijc described re ii est;il". sitli.ile. 1) -lug and belns ill .seellnn:a.ton iislupicot ralise .V.in tUeeouiiiy ot Hull -mil stale ot Missouri, to-wit : An eipilty of redemption in a acres ia a p:.: allel Mrip oil In.ru the west si.!-oI lb snntl east iiuarler of the sain si cli-u: i ; -mil li Ji-r-.s In a parallel strip olffpuii 'been.it end el the southeast iii.irter ot tbe MMttir.vest .jii iitir i f Ihe said seel Inn SI. Also iu lb said section aj. I.'unshl. erf range 3X, an eipilty f reileniie.ii.il In the lollow iii describeii laud (subject in a homestead right set on" b) duly appoint,-.! .nun vlnaris lo the legal representatives of U-iuidi i AIIIm'1, deceaseil.i to-wit: as ai r-- in a iK'.r.i'lel ctrlp oRfmui lliiv--e.t siilenf the.-ouIbe:.s r.uartir ot the southwest -juarler of sai t -:,in 3. Also iu the nuhi sn-Iion :. tnnnhip62of range .IS. the following d.nrii.i'd I:.nd (sublrrt lo a homestead rlijiil s. t od and aenieiLsurc-l ty dul iippointid ciualuissiiiuers lo tin legs- rep reentalles ol iMiiiler Allison. d. ceased.) to wn : to acres dsinlicd IidloAs; Coninteiie IliR at the southwest corner Ibemutbeast ipi.irtrr of tbosoiitiiwi st swarti r ol si ctlmi a;, liiwusliip li'-" ot range -Is ; theiiee nurth on rods. Ibence west to Ibe nnrth--a.sE corner of a to aero trast of land heretofore dcedi d to It. J. John son, thence si.uili to the sout'ieaji, crneri.t sain Johnson tract ot land, thence west to Ihe northeast corm r "f a Iu aere tract of land here tofore deeded in two live nere Uriels, each to one hlizaN-tli hrr, tln-neesotilh to Ihervmlb line of section W. tbci.ee .at to tlie d.;seof be giuidng.a!lhi to.vi.sliii i,; range 33. Also the -Tbsolute title of. In and to the fol lowing dfscr:!fd realcsiale Iu the said section :t. townsl.ii 1 of ring-. as: Ten m-r-s de-M-ribed a f.-llows : Ten acres in toe soutlii-a.--corner of the i.orlhe.is! fourth of the sonihv. st jiiarlerof Metlnii J.V. 3-.'. toaiishlpi.-.-of rr.?i :iS; hoiindiil on the north by land b:-retoloin iei den by said Allisiiu to one r. S. I'litton. and mi the west by laud lien-tol.-n iti'e.ird ! y sud Allison lo H llliam ilollilell, all thu above de scriheil real estate Ijiu-j and I'l ing 111 the coun ty of Holt and state of Miss..iri. TEKMS :-Mne-tiiiid .-lsi In li ,nd ; nne-thint in six months, and n-tlilnt in I -J mouths, re ferred pawurnt to brae to per rent. Interest from date ol .sale. I'ESKY I. Al.iClUK. Public AduilLMrninr. Ortlcr of I'lil'lication. STATKOK Ml.iSOUUI. I Couiilv nf Holt. C In the Circuit Court. January Term, 18J. Samuel lleuder. l'laiutilf, I aiiam-t VAttacbmeur. Philip Itcinler, Defendant. I At this mh dav ot October, lass, comes the pliiintin herio. bv ids attorney. K. Vaulliisklrk, before tbe undersigned eicrfc of tbe Circuit Court of Holt couiitv. In rac.itlmi. and files nis petition and affidavit, allexing among other thiiijrs. that Ibe almve uaiued defendai.t. l'blliii Iteuder, Is not a resident of the state of Missou ri and cannot be summoned In Ibis actum : Wliereuiiii It is ordered by the said rle.k. that said defendant lie uoiiried by pulilicalioii that plainlifl has commenced a suit against lilin in this court by petition and attachment, rounded on an .leciiunt for the sum of one hun dred and :-event dollars It?I7o.oi ; that Ibis proiM-rtylsaio.it to be aitAChcd; and Ilia: un less t:.e said Philip lleiider lie and apH-arat this court, at the next term thereof, lo be he giiu and boldeii at the Court House Iu llu rity of Oregon, in sold county, on tbeardda of Jau ii iry next. l.ssT. and on or betore the sixth day of said term. If the term shall so longciiiillnue and If not, men on or before the last day of said term answer or plead to ibe ri-titnu iu -al l cause, tbe same will be I ikenascnnlesicd, and jiidzniFiit will be tendered according!). And It Is furlherordr-reil, tbataeni hereof be published according ! law, ill Hie Holt lor.rrvKVTlKl. Inrlnurweks slieeessue ly. tre- last io-rrllon to In- imt les than lour wirks before the 3rd da nf January, ts.i. I). S. AI.KIKE, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from be reconl. Witness iu, II....U. and the seal of the I Irrult iskal.1 roiirt ol Unit cuuty, tint nil it.t or Octi.V-r. Isn. D. S. AI.KIi:E,Clrcult Clerk. t. V-iiiliu.klik, Ati'y lor I'm. SLEEPLESS XICHTS. made miserable I., that terrible ciuigli. l!iilobs('ureistherenie.t or vim. For sale by lllnde I'bllbrii k. Ore sou. l'r.mce A (.. Forest City. ORO. R OF PUSLiCAilON. STATE OF MISSOUKI, i County ol Holt. tu rtle Slate or Miisoiiri at the relation and to tha uss of 1. p. Weltv C'ol.ei-iorof revenue for Holt comit). Missouri, nlaiutilt. ts. Siirah A. Weddle, Alien We.Idle, Ixiiils.'i Taylor and A. Ta lor, dcfi-ndants. At Ibis iljy s-pteiii!ier I3tli, iWt, cornea tbe plaiutuf berein.by bis aflomey W. IL Iloflmann, and II appealing to Ihe sati-.fii. ttu: of tile court Hint tbo di K'lnl.ilil Allen We.MIe is not n resi dent ot the state of Missouri and cauuot bo. sumiitiineil iu tidsactio'i. WlK-reiiium, it is oiih red by the Court, that Siiid defendant Alien Weddle, be notified by publication thai pl.tiutill has commenced 3 suit iWainsi the above named defendants, in tbn Hull Circuit Court, by ietulon and tax bill, tbo oliject anj general nature of which is that plain lilt seeks to recover a judgment for certain back taxes alleged to be due and uniiaid In the sum of nine d. liars and i igl.t)-si cents (v. aii r-.r the ears lti-u. s., ltj-c; and less, and the inter est therein-, and for alt costs of tills suit, m, tin, following described real estate, sltiute. !l:ig and being iu lloll county, Missouri, to-wit. Lt six (6) in block tw.M-') in C.iskii! am' Ciiiinr.ii's addition to the twu f Craig; thai said j tt.tir ineiil be declared a hrst !ieiiou:iid re.:le-t.ile; and that said real estate, or so much tlien-nl a m.iy be necessiiry. be .sob! Iosa:i-.fy .md ilis eharce said jiid(iiu-ii! and li.it; :i n I that uuh-.s the said Alien Weddle lie and appear at tills Court, at the Iievt tern: th-renl. n he besim and holdru at the Court Miiiisejii tbe Ci'y of Oregon, iu said county, on tl.e 3rd il.ii, of J,:nu ary next, 15-S7, and on or le?ore the sixth dav i.f said term, it the term shc'l so long continue a id it not. then on or before tin I U ..iyts;tl4 term an.iwer or plead to the pel'tlou Iu s.i.l cause, the same will be tat en a.sconrssed. and judgment will be rendered neciintii.gl. And It Is further orilerisl. that a eripv hereof be published, according to law-, in tne Uiilt Cocntv SE.NTINFL for lour successive we-ks tbe last insertion of which shall t.e al least four weeks before tin 3rd day of J.inu;.rv, 1b7. A tme copy fmm the rneonl. Witness my baud, and the seal nf the Circuit InKAL. Court ol Holt county. Hits Silh day of wctober, Issg. II. S. AI.KI.tK. Circuit Court. W. IL Iloffmann. Att'y for ITff . ORDER OF PU3LICATI0N. state or Missoriti, i -a County ofllnlt. fw In Ihe Circuit Court. J.-.i:naryTerpi. IW, The Male of Missouri al tin reittion and the use of I. P. Wclty Cnliecfor ol Kevenue fer Holt rouuly, Missouri, rialullll. F. T.Ciillliains. K.C S.dwlek. B. P.Zooic and James vv alkup. ilrfeudaiits. At Ibis da) September 11. Issh, comes tbo pl.-iiiitltf hen-i!i,l.y i.isaltonicy W. 1.'. Hoffmann, and it aptN-arlng In Ibe salisfaction nf II e. court luat the del endaat It. C S--ulck, is not a resi dent of the SLite of Missouri and caiiiinr '.n summoned in this action. Wbereiiiioii, il is ordered by 111-('curt, tbnt said ilrleiiil.iut It. C Sedwlt-K, hi hi-!!.I-d by paliHcalion th.il plaintill 1. isi-.n:.in-n--i'.l a s'u't against him in tin Circuit Court l lli.Ie.iur.ty, Missouri, the fiject and gri ial natar of wbieli is that id.aiitiiT sei-Ks In rusivera jU'fg meiit for certain n.ii-k t;.vs a le-.ed to beduis and unpaid In Hies, im of tvii-it. three dollars and sixti-seven rents ($-3i;7.) and the iutrst lliereon, "and for all costs of suit, on the follow ing di-scro.cd real estate l)Ing.tieing and situate, in tin- t.'lt, 'I Mmuid City. Holt cuniityjlissoiiri, to-wit: Ai. nt mt 1 0 in iiiock inree'.ij for Hie years 17. "sl ,nui i.s-i'eila paitol. aid Ihe iioilb ball said Im i.i:i-tl) tn i.I.-ei. ..nee (.1; for Ibe yi-ars 'Kiaiut !S.4 ; that s.iid ndg-mi-ut to det i.tred a first !nn and chatge mi -aid ri-.il estate; and that said real est id .irsiiiui:eli therenl ;is niiiv lie ii.-ees.sary. lie snj.l tn satisfir ' 'til I . ITTI I -J' C-Jsl 1 and din-barge Mid jiidmnil and lb n; .md Ihat O W i I ts i rw iZ ? , t. ,.,1,1 it i-.s.dl-!j,l-ia.-I.!piier.r M tfif.tf :K il 1K1TK will lie uiallrd. si eurHy wrapped, tn any address iu Hie I'nued Stales for three mouths on receipt nf ONE DOLLAR. Liberal discount allow ue.l lo itraaters, aitents and riabs. Sample eiJ)les Mailed free Address all ordersjo ltlCllAIlOK FOX. FllANKLtN SliUAUK. X. at luls lnurl. at the next term UoTinl. to Im li-gun and holde:i at llu' inirr II. use in Iho City i.roicgnu. in -aid -i'..rlv, on ibearil d.iyaf Jaiiimiy nei', IssT, and on oi lii-Iiirelb sixth day ol s.sl.1 teim. if ibe term s:,il o bnigesn- lllille al'd if not, tiieil n-! nr befnri- the I 1st 11,17 of saidlerm-aiiswi-r or t!e .d to the petition hi said cause, the sam will be tak-a as eiiufi-sed, aud judgiiieiil will le rendered -scrnMiiiety- And it is farther orde ed.lbat a i-pybereof be puli!iI:eil. aeisirduig lo law. In tne Holt CoL-srr SK.rtNFL for fnursi:cees-ive necks the last insertion lo beat le.i-t four weeks be- , I - at aa itk SSISsa tre fh-Jrd day "f .lanu.ir.A.-... I ISInnilfir HI II I II r n-ti Um tin m-nnl. MIlKKiaBiltr lilllllff" lWHn.-ss my biuid. and thes.nl of the Clrenlt mnnlllnUL UUIUL l?M I ufltolteouR..y.t!.l,i.ihday.J 1 3BO PAGES. 1 H.rtil. In Li-'bAMl Gill Ciniiir.afe. 1 O.-tulier. lSaC. i ..Mrwf rt.r.s.v iiii. nook rs : it.is. Ai.irtrHi iu:i lacnt- a-n. au!, n.riwi..it.-i.li.fuli.i ineumtisi-stalls km T- ! W WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and IJrer Complaint? Mhibdi's Cun- is eaaRinteed lo cure you. Enr sale bv Hlmle & PM'bricK Or tou, France & Forest City ,.. ., t k. m.i'u... rf.u.l.ri.l i.i im,iii..!.i. s-Sal Id km - t M-l-a sery lf.f.nv a 4 ..:u.lr, fnf.'nelMin MeALTU. nrll TV u4 Bli riMss .rr prwnel by A. Ad.W-sb. ...at tl.r..asabil ht Miilirsl Aid. ! T-.r.M.rr. h.M.(j.a iowmAtTsI ni nrrcBca,tin :.i!-le X owl ur uLl. fii.ml vrnrt.. wit fc OT w.ll.lhisl U T,..:.;.tciaMXlbynR.WHITTIER St-Loiii. Mo aai .s i lttuis on A3U hA kith oauuiaaaBaaaa . R. Hoifntsnn, Alt') for P. CATARRH CIIKED. beslth and swett breath secured, bv Shfloh's Catarrh i:-"edy. Price 5 cents. Kasal Injecliir free. For sate by Ilni.iO I Si I'bllbrlcir. Orejou, Fxanta iw Co.. Fore.t City