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i L: k H 1 I J. i Tin: public ili-bt was dccro.i;-.-.! .189Ti7 in March. s.r,. T ..':": i.l. "'l ;..!. by tlm rom crats on tlio nmrnl tlml is in calculated to jiroruoto llu inl-jri- .tri iT the II'imblican party. As it o.iiy provide- fur a puni b.ill.O. a:i'l ai !i:-'.v! count, tli. ir ciji-iitiiii uia.-.l l re;:ai.Ieil , c3fa:i.i tint Dun jjr.itic hwuwsa i.i i:upjs.-i!blo without corrup tion. It was the duty of tiio ( i?erjiir of Maryland, as it w:w tiio ih.ty of tins Governor of Missouri, to cuini.i.j tin; accounts of the Trwit urer at stated per iods. Tlm duty in !oth cases was ne Klected, anil tin) rusull iu lxitli was the name, except that the M'iry!.i:nler ";.jt a way with Beveral times as iiiurli of tlm people's money aa tho Mimoiiriaii did. I Now coinen tho Marvland tnasan 1 with a discrepancy of moderate propor-j Hons. A similar fealin.j of i'.:i(itinos. jirovaild in tho treasuries of Miswjuri, ; Mississippi, Liouisiami, Kentucky, Ar kansas, and Tennessee, while Tammany method in New York aro pronounced by the grand jury "a difjtraee to civiliza tion." Democratic rnc.ilily id hlooiniri"; iit un amazin" rto. TiikSI. Lrfiuis Uepbulic dec'.aron thai CoiiKreHt'.iuai) McKin'ey has done more for a thorough reform of the t.iriiT in 1 twenty months than tho democratic party linn beon :iblo to ilu ill t'.veiilv 1 yearn. Tiiia is a klunf i iiilers.-rni.iit ' from tlm lendimr democratic n.iticruf the I west. ft. I 11 forceful i..ni.i..i..!iiti.m for i tho republican principle that tho revis ion of tho tariff should not be entrusted to rulo its enemies. Gk!. Raum, Commis."ionorof Pension:, has, at tho rixpiest of Jibe House (kmi nutto on Invalid Pensions, prepared a statement of the probable owt or 11 ser vice pension bill. His estimate is a frac tion lens than ?il0Q0.fX a year, and in commenting on tho bill. hoK.-iid: "I-Jvery provision of your bill commends itaclf to my judgment ns wio and just, and it Booms to mo that it will not imjiosoa bur den upon the country of which the people- will complain." Jo:ix Sherman has done more in the hit two weeks to convince the country of the hyioerisy of tho Democratic party than any other man in public life. He has shown that tho ureal est opposition to his anti trust bill comes from a party whoso loudest boast has always Ijccii that it is opposed to trusts, that il is. the friend of tho farmer, and all that sort of twaddlo. As a measure to test the sincerity of tho Democrats tho SenalorV nnti-trust bill, whatever may bo its fate, will bo n complete i;uccc--i. The oatablishment of lar,?o aricul t'lrul works in Virginia to supply the Farmors' Alliances of tho country witli machinery, if tiuccossfnl, will Us r:n en terprise of unusual importance. It it; claimed that tho project has tho pup port of tho majority of tho nlliantco in tiio United States, nnd that if unco fairly started it will !o nblo to furniili tho necc.JS3ry nricultund iinploments - -at a joit bolow ruling prices. When rs buying their tools and machines lutimo are obliged to pay iinplenient dealers at tho rato of three par cent a month a wido field is open for an agri cultural faatory oporated on p.-iacipies of o operation for tiio bouelit of the furmera of tho whole countrj-. The Missouri contfreesinen havoanked for an appropriation of SV'JO.OU) for the improvement of tho Missouri river, and Mr. Tarsney has taken tho jKioitiun th;.l tho expenditure of whatever is ajijiro prialed should be left entirely to the discretion of tho commission. Mr. Lilir.-i j and others familiar with the untis- factory manner in which money has j Ijeen used in tho past will serio::.-Iy ob- j ject to giving tho commi-ion so much power. Mr. Tnrsney says that former nj.propriations havo largely ljeeu expend oil in imjiroving wharves and jirotecting railroad bridges, nod this statement is not to le duuhtcd. Xo.v the jicojilo want tiie benulit 01 tho next approjinalion. J Tiio rail roads havo had enough for the j present. Fon months past tin; Free-Traders ha been tolling us and our farmers they havo not had Euflicient protection That, while the manufacturer has been ' reaping tho profits accruing from a high j duties to protect homo industries, tho tariff, tho farmer has boon fooled and j everciso or natioiicd s:;;r vision in 11a-hood-winkeil with a tariff on his pro- j tional elections, and, in point of fact, ducts that amounted to little or nothing everything that tended touard and afforded him no protection what-1 reform. It, therefore, is not straniro over. Well, we art-always glad to re ceive jKiinta from our Free-Trade friends, and being convinced that our agricul tural interests have lacked sulii.-icnt protection to certain prixlucts tho far mers of tho now Tariff bill have increas ed t'ae duty on some nnd put a duty ou others lieforo on tho free list. Hut our Free-Trade friends aro no mere satis lied than before. They cry now that the necesciries of life aro to "bo taxed, .to. Truly, the Cobdenites and Clovelan.Utes 1 aro aro hard to please. Xothintr but , conijilete stagnation of our indu-trios and ruination of farm, factory and lire Lido would seem to bring j.y and gl d ness to the advocates or britisii Fi o Trade. American Economist. Tin: recent dTOisions of Secretary Xo bio and General Land Coinaihuiouer Grofl touching disputed jHiints in cases of hoaicstead entries havo all been in! a sjiirit of eijuity. Tiie coaimWioner of ; the general land ofiji-v holds that while! the strict letter or the lav.' may have! .;n violatel, that go.sl faith is an .! ment not to li igisurwl in weighing the i . ... .. . .i ..1..:... i .1... I evme.ico 1" eri..ouni .1 ei.iiiii. ror uiei reason Cosuui.icwr GrotT on several oai.nio.w rererse.l the . ruling of local ollieers leniud to respect tho letter of the law,.vhere tho facts in the-pnrtieular case warranted such pro cedure. Secretary Xoble has approved J :dgo Graffs ruling iu almost every in- stance. The precedent thus e4ablih - , .1 arp v.-tbiTib! i? TTntei'l'mr :i!r .ieii :,. !.nirel;.m, ri,ln it i , ... ..... : to comply v.iii' the inni'.rad a--t. b;:t lhl ::ii tortus?, sickec, c:.Wap ;i.)vor!v or cireuniitaneps er-er wliV-h tiiey had no control prcr:e.S tiiOK ; s; -.; strctly ob; mglne letter os Ih" l.iw.This is the spirit in which tlil:aa- fcterid .tJ: shr.uI3 x cs'ttrrctl in oruor 1 lor 1 ! up t to encourage Hi- ;cor rem hni) SS 1 r-"iK."e 1'i, bar o ir.i" uptoi "rf f-jr". his Tin- C'ilj Kh'i-iiotis. Il w..s a 'mj.1 S!iL'pliiTI ami lie led hij l!ec!:s ti j-aHliires :r c.:. Win.M. SI.ejerii ' u.i - i el.itTti'il :i:iir fif 5st. .Iie-enli. Tin.;?- ! la--t by a ltaix!-oine i;.aurity. The reni.iiin city lickot was i'.ti i-Ii-U.I -.y tie; it;iublicai:u. Tiio eii; X'.'tu ni ."ii". Si.. pi.cn i.i a Iii;;!i compii i:ieut tooaeof tho verv lr:l vniii, pro i;;ros. - ivi Iio;u'.jj:c::iiior o;ir htate, and :ho p"ojilu of Si. .)-upli havu re;ion t I jo pr-u.i uf iiib elcollua -it means pro At K uiiiu City the Democrat i-l-.-cte;. tho i.ily ticicet, ulnlu tiio aldermanic t:el::t u a tie. Tho city elections all oxer the county drew out but little in terest tho iJeiiiusrats e'eclinj in somo aiid Uoinbiii-ai;s in otiiers Tho Aus tralian ::y.-U-in scelim to have met with wilii much favor and is prououuued u bUCCcbS. Democratic Delimiters. ttJ ;.,t UX defaulting Deuiowatlc Statu Trens'Jri'M in re.-ent wars is a h:re and finiliennt ono. In eight in- litanccs the embe .zlements nreato over 6!ir,0""i and this amount may l.o considerably increased by the tinal show ing in tho case of Mr. Archer, of Mary land. Only 11 very small proiorlio:i of t!ie mo::ey thusab-:ori-d h:u ever been recoien-d. I!y '."irioUH htMiis and crooks the !:uretii-: iiave cvaiU-d th"ir o!li;;a- t'oas, and the States Irsve had to bear th" ' io.es ivt Ie-l they oiuld. Tho defaul tern have all be. :i Duar-earttt, as every Ixjdy knoiMs, v.ilh 4her D."io.;nilic !'"' "u tch t:iet:i. and Domoerr.lic jvisiaiurcj; 10 pass lawa lor proiec:;o:i "f tI'" l"l,,''t; f"'"1 In Slates w:iero the Uep1.h1ic.1ns have had control of air.'iirs such crimes have not coiao to pasc. Tiio standard of official integrity) lias iK'eii as tuli as w;iH ever known 111 tho world, and tlm money of tho ieop!o iias Ijcen ciianle.! and accounted for with scrupulous care and fidelity. This can not be attributed to accident. TI explanation is 10 ijo inurm 111 1110 iiiii-.t- ence lj.:tween the two parlies aa parties, ; and in Uieir relative decrees of busine.-s prud.-neo anil sagacity. U is a uell understood fact that when a Democrat is elected State Treasurer his party expects certain things of him which aro not consistent uiththu honest and hucceafu! p-errormrineo of his ofiicia! duties. If the uholo truth could Io ascertaiu -d it would doublless hho.v that in all IIic.mj de.ra!t:atious tho cause was .olitical rather than personal. It is kuo'Aii that 111 tho case of Treasurer Tate, of Kentucky, tho deficit was large ly represented by tho notes of Demo cratic iiolilicians for money loaned to them. There is f;ood reason to believe that most of tho amount taken by Treasurer Uurke, of Louiiiana, was used i-d to effect certain party end;, at the in stants of party leaders and candidate'--. A fim'ktr story is told as to tiio short age of Treasurer Churchill, of Arkansas. Mr. Archer, of .Maryland, declares that he did not sp'-nd any of hi3 stealing for political purposes, but his statement is probably false. Mr. Xoland, o'Miss'itiri. i said to havo fallen Ixdiind by leason'in has not jet Ijcin deiinitely ranfirtftcd. 1 J no general tact, it is saro .0 i:kt, is that a Democratic Trcar-ner is r."juired by hLs party to do bus,:iess iu n way which coiifuser. his intellicnco and blunts his coutcie.-ice, and whoa ho es capes being h defaulter it is only Ik cause si-ecia! civcumstmceo favor him. There is no etl.er r.asonaLlj conclus ion in '-lie matter. Tiie logic of such de-fa!cati-.n5 in manifor.l and iudieitable. They aio the necessary result of given political caiiii'.j; and the only suro way toavoi.l t'.o'.n in t substitute Republi- can for cradc. it. -.ratic rule. -Globe Deuio- Trn-.ts ami I.cn::cr:its. A: a body tho Ropublicans in the , Senfite are anxious to jiass a bill for tho j r com ! sujijiretsion of trusts and itnprope; ; binatioiis of caiiital. As a Uxlv, tho I e:a.;Lral3 iu tiio Senato aro hotitlo t" . I k-gislati.in repressivo of s:u!i eviN. I Mr. I -iis-1 j Euslisof Ljuisi.iua, Mr. Vest of j souri, Mr. Georgo of Mississipj'i, havo . leen sjiccially a-tive in delajing reme- dial legislation by objections as to the constitutionalitv of the remi-dies. Sen I utors from these States generally havo ; regarded the Constitution of tho Un:ted States, as protective o every existing J evil ami asojijioseii to every now uiess- ? r . .i r.. . 1 1, ing. araaaire iroiu uieso niaics iieiu . tlia. tho Constitution nrohib:ted tho ' nbolition of slavery, the employment of force to prevent secession, tho lowing of tliat Senators from those Slates now hold that tho Constitution prohibits national interference with those combi nations or oiiorations or capital which daugerouLly r.fTeet tho prices, jirodue tion and uec of merchandise or of the means of transportation.--Inter Ocean. W,IV p!""''1 the railroads of this state ie ass'd at less than one liflli tho capital invented in thorn? Other property is "ot ,-w"3 0,1 to 1,w- A11 I""H'rty ought to pay taxes on its real value. The . railroad companies count iuterest on all . capital with much water added, and ' they charge freight and fare lo cover in ' torost on the whole. Why then should they not jisy taxes on the Kitae'r If an individual hasSLC:)! I0an.1l. tiie law requires him lo pay taxis on the whole Sl.tO. V.'ir. sli.-iiid a crpont ticn be nlio'vcd to tse:ij e fcir f.fths of the tax wiiieii "-hiii'M I levied on it-' pr-'j-. .'.y'i ll is true r: i:y iia!i i.luaK i.'de.' their 1 .IS".-. IJe.t it. so doing tin- Vi.!.iie tin- . hi and br'ng pc.'jury " their ci il --i'-i't's. Tito r:i.iri.nic.rp.r:!- tjon!j njW Wl, hr.x'.n.; to i! Tiio State board ought top.it the ,- on ti1? m-iroad nrofrtv at v i.ier. dna i.i' it is really worth. 1 i Who a Detnix-ratic Treasurer g.s wrong in Maryland they say '.e i 111- sam' ; in ?.!:i-inn sue ii aa ltd ' inexpert jn-.ke: event is j.l:i..ing. This ' , 'I'OnCC iK-tV.C-M tiie fo;:as of eiv;ii...ti..:s winch j.;evaii v ere i a a'.i;i!o ..-r.jp and whe; 'ig p'oil c ,r., ' ' is ' 1 Vll.nNT IIaWtivox cive tMlorlM ! relies ci in iauniio.J 01 it;e nreman k:ii led -t adi .api.t just ten tim.5 more t 1 thai C". vi-:. cd give to aid the victims i.. r. , . .1 . of the CI- irlo- e-.r:ii.i:ia.:c. ritnvevcr. . thai C""fi n.c. : 'e v. 1.11-. i'i..i.M,.'. . II"!":'":'. . ' '',;-y ten t:'ji" I"t - '. IV ....a-iX ."Uc.iiikI City. Dr. IS. Mrek is in Scuttle, Watliins- ton, un busiiiesK. 1. V. I'orter s-i-ont Sunday witli family in Oregon. .Mhl Jac!: JJrinl, ft Q'lit'nan, was icit: friends in ll.l.: ch 1'ri.tay. We warn opeia years to iooi: out; uuther drama is brewing i.i tiie city. IU-nry Uiciiardn was evhibitin hi. 'amiliar faco to his ia:.ny fi loads here Jaturd.iy. Win. D:sry his asiin returned to Mound C.ty and is at present residing with his father. Four persons were baptizeil at tiio Christian church last Tuesday niht by Napo'.oon Iirovvnin. Miss Flora Luckhardt lies len the iueat of .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. iiaia.iher 1 for tcvcr.'d days recently. j - Tiio members of the M. E. church contemplate building a new church house in the near future. -Misr-es Watieand I.i-.nehe DelJord yavo :i wriable party to tiieir many friends la!:l Thursday evening. Tiie Ciiristian lindeavor eleetf-l new officers at their he-.t meeting. .!iss Ora i)enny will bo tiieir futuro preiiidinij of ficer. --Tiie 'fjiiards" are pntsini; isi a ward rob j in which to nloretln irclothi!i?. It will cost about il'iSf?. Mill Heron has tiie contract. IVed Nie'idorf ii!d the misfortune on tho evening of election dav to come 1 in conincT. w.iii u.o nsio:f o.iie uniu:ov.n ; j individual, and when the returns came 1 111 il was :oui:ii iiiai one o.r Ins teeti. j didn't return. - Tj -w Ilennett has re-openc! t!m stock of confections rcuently abandonee; bv idiMire McAdow. It.-uuctt. Inn alreadv ! abandoned MeAdov.'s priei-s: ami rubsti- ' tuted wmiethin that firings to mind the I niiiiiiil.. ..r 1;... :-"tr,.i 'I'...,-,... - IViilay ceiling hile IJov D-IJord and - - ... .m-.i j C'"rlie S.nitii were returning horns from j H1 - "!'""! Hwy Ijecnmo en::;...;ed in an alter-1 cation, winch ended bv vouri" D:-Ii'ird striking Smitli over the head with a stick, causing tincoui'eioiisn''ii for wmie time. Ho is all ri;;ht at praaml, iiow ever. On last Haturd.iy afternoon, orif o'ir prominent ':) cilkvns after patron izin-,' tiio Crecian ;nd "i;.i.vJius'p:.te J friM-lv. r.r.n!n.a1 .. li-u ilu-oiiin.r .! r.r... : - , " ..... - " .. . vunhA to alford ainiiM-ineiit for himself I and tho neighbors by eiiau'in in a modern K'adir.torial conti'it in wiiieh i liim:xlf,wifo and eljest daughter figured ; as principal partr-ipants. Toe Hirst ai.-t ojiened by the head ef the family a-'um-intf tho role or slapjs.-, and the daugh ter liurin ni slajij.ee. Thi.i wa:i con-tinu'.-d in un intiiro.;liu' niantior until a call for roinforceme.;;.-! was made. This w.-n an.-Acrrd with prniiptniss. dcci.-i.m , anu force, .or the sui tl.. r l.i.-.l 'U.'aria :r, r.!i j th iuht, her rrimi Sprang ":i a::d to ttire r.vetie crime. ) Tho play finally enile.l vitii a farce, a : Jfjrtll tliil. II. v. 111:11 .!I1U. I.1 ilL .IILIII. - . .. i : .1 1 . 11 ' 1111, , which the former aai!;.nl lia.liiiir lander jvn'liii, ilrojried lux wenjHins and jiro:eed')d to .'ilwdi'ii. L'p to dale ! .illri juiet along th.? iViiiiiiiac.1 libit cttry. Died, at her residence in Holt c-.ur.ty, Missouri, March 15th, 1 &!. Fre.I lie R. Tlmmus iu the i"th ;. ar of In r age. Tiio deceased'. maiden name was Fieddio R. Tucker, and si:-' was ivri: in Iltilt county, Missour', r".ne:ii::: r .V.h, ! 13(o. At the ng.; of ceveate..n ::ie mad-.- J a profcjsi' n of hor faitli in Clni. t, a-i i j united witi. t-:o M. rl rljur-!i r-iut:ii.of which rhe !;ad ever be-u .1 f::i:l.rt.l, c.;i- ; sistent iiiftiiUT. O11 the lltii dav of Deci mlirr, 1?: she was married to Mr. i!a:uird 'J lmiiu of this county. S:ie only liv d tho space of thr e months and four .:: irs to 1 bhvHtho homo of hercomj-ani.-n.Siie K-.r.tle, kind, and amiabie: in-loved of ail who Knew 1.. r. In 1. 10 tiftne c:rc.e, si:e alwr.vs earned love and sunshine. In' . - - - her devotion to hr Chun I:, -:o ii.sjiiied others to higher and loftiei- ideas of God and Christ. Sho was the fri:id of all witii whom she a-"iated and in no v. a . ovt.r gave pain and heartaches to lh.-e around her. Sho hived the beautiful aui! 1 saw m ttio woriw or nature sor.ielinii il... 1 t. t l,r..l..r? U...M I t.lilL llltltlC Ilk.. II1(I11.1.1 ill IOI L'il'.-B- jng inH creatures in so generous a way. j Faithful and consistent as a Christian, I kind and obedient as a daughter, lovir.g kind am! obedient as a daughter, lov::.g as a wife, true as 11 friend, she wii! live - " Ing in the memory of those tii.it were associated witii her. On Mar-h 17th a large ecw.-.ur.-r- of loving frier.w and relatives folloucd her J regains, from her late roidence. to tiie . Ronton Evangelical church, where tho ! funeral services were conducted by Rev. i T. D. Eolerts, jiai torortl.ePreMiytcrir.n 1 church of OreiMij, and Horace- Hibere!!. ' pastor of the Chrtiau church of Oregon, after which her remains uerelaidto reat in tho Ilenton Cemetery. X .X. X. The Marlv'x. CATT.'.r. Prices were rather upsettled during the last week for such grades of cattle as were wanted for idiipment. either auvt or in tuo carcasr;. LjAs.lieif-1 ers, bulls and lleshy little steers, such a-: go to lk'd consumers. "vn uou : g.i-:d de"nui:d ;.a 1 rn I- I 111 eiiM'.l.l t'rni. "l"ie st-h-kerand r.'id.-rtnid:T.l m.wt.:i active; r;t as gis.l jiricos a- have jireve.iled any time this fea-m. 'l"e-..s fed e.ittle (n: ui.ich about :'.ii arrived ibrosiirl;! strong iries eanv 111 the w-4; but there r. de ciino .lurir. Ti.'irt-lay a:'d FiMay il." . jut "xhy that c!.:-s i.!.,v.:i.i h ive Sji.ii .liJcrim'.nat.si ?g.iint mi'l re.i'ii'y lippatei't. I 1- .;! tl.-.t rhe m-M eii fed cat!!. ar- n.ii Ires-ing to g HMi ad l.it!'.::i.'e. vii.-njh thai jr.!.:! . vit jti -(.u 1. 1 r :is.-.i iiiiriig toe six w.vk" lr '.tore t!;.: thwotl!- i:av b.-en ;ir rivintr. M.-t .: ti.e 1 i".iia:! '.:.s at .2.7 '::."i!' f.-r s'-.;-::ers ;!..!.'. ci.-r.-. ct S"..'"1 J.'ii' f t !iipi.;.jg s'-e-. and at r1 VJ"''. :. fer iV.v rl'vr-: Ti.ete n ji:ai !..r "f ofti.'.iie t-..e::ra !tee.s ::! i.'ri't l-iTi ami .1 tc. at higher 'inures. lh...-. Teere na stronger iniirk. t j for live h.T-s a-s v.vll a for the mr.nura.'t -' ured pr.tluct. tli. r.-x'itt.'ninly f inm-h ! smaller re;-eiit.i of the fornii than was I anticipated. Ojvrator-.ai thr'tk -ard--. in a ;.;! 1011 lo k'livv soireitnag a.Kni the "visili!e sn;i)ly of h"i' ; .v. t.' f.Mii-- v Inbutr.rv t- tins marlie! nv tlid lli :.n-iv ; will .tt b.' likely hte.v ai iter- , i.r, ine-ee.fe :a the n-ir fut.ir- an t that, therefore, a sudden c-s'.'ipe oft'-. k. t 11 -t -t ai: it-ob.iWe. Tle p uir-r- j.r..n! demae.d i !r;neiiiniiv fer h?vy neil i:i" diuni we!;:! it-. Light ami coaimon rair-, ,,. .jv.-cnt of r.v 1f Of! t,,int v.-.vks r-ceints more than the uMir.l mttiiui went. loshipijrs. They rf-cured ao-iut x't js?r c--:it oi t'.o total rureti sooui e, e n, oi :,o toiai j npl'". ve".iowoiio;ea5 '.lO'.r 3--.0 for t .. ' ' 10 - , .v, rol.i r,1....; Si . I .. , -. ,q fer rough p:,k:;. ?l, fer i'03-y inv's ,iicd. fi'id .2"i J.t5 fo; i E-ejipinj iots. :-!LLJL-umwj)ii xi .uii'n 1 11 Xw I'oint. William Nowland moved to Maitland Ixst week. The mea.-les have broken out in our community. ' Rita Ileara is very sick with a relapse of tiie measles. The "Y" met at Mrs.Jolm Graham's Monday evenininjr. Dr. Mnvwell will move hisdru store 10 Maitland this week. - David I'ollofk and wife were visilin .11 Mound Citv, last week. Miss Adda IJearss left Friday forAv-'If alon, where Hie will attend .choul. Mrj. J. I'. Kuhl is vis:ti!!"herdauzh- ter. Mis. O. T. JJloomer. in St. Joe. Clara Gou.liiearl, of Mound City, at-1 temled the enteitainment.Iast Thursday niK'iit. John Shores, of Fillmore, drove n lino bunch of hos throujili town, last Friday. - May Miller, of Kimey, epent tho latter part of the week visiting friends in this vicinity. -Caie ItajhiU has iininhed p!aM.rin I wm g()ld very l0We3t prices that Will SZZr h' iir"lruturntield me a living profit. If you want to buy -ana Kv,,.rarid Ki.na Xo'.and of 1 oods ng;lit. give me b. call. Goods delivered Un.o:i. were out to the entertainment, ' ire 8 tO all paitS 01 tiie City. Thursday nii;l.t. j Only Lunch Counter in the city. MrH.V.'iil XuttiK.or T-aur.-!, Mori ; tana, is the KU-st of her sh.ter-in-law, ; B f MrtjffjT. UA&H IvRQCER. Mr, ii. O. C'jv.an. .Jo'.in Uiilil "Jiat! recently erf.efel alien .... r. r ' nuna-rv. jiu sayu tie liiiniM ne is prooi nf.;ii:iSl tht, ..jgw improveinent Te wr (Jus TI.on!;.r.u. who h:.d been run ning the mill fir D.-.niel Kuukel .Jr., moved to a f.irm south of Oregon, last week. A full report of tho entertainment at Ihcr-chool ho:s-, last Ti.tirsday niht, appears eliiev. hero in tho columns of tho Si..vi ixi;:. (Ireer Cassey, R-il.h Cobtirn, Ora flraham and Ma Orentook in ttiellaster exercises at tho Pre byterian church, in Oregon, Sunday niht. - Quite a number from hero attended the funeral scrviv:i if Mrs. William Price, at the M A. church, aljotit tv.o miles iKiath of here, last Suiid.iy. - l ib-rt Cain Ii.h boen touched by sl,c "l''1 "' imi-.-ovvuient ho is huild- in a s.eat anil s..r;n: able barn. John i''1'" !h d-w-K cari.onterior.. - Tiie. V. C. T. I", had an interesting meeting at t!ie residence of Mrs. 15. O. (".iwan, last I'Viilay. Mrs. A. L. Caskey was chosen a del.-jjate to tho Demorest contest at Maitlrm!, Ajiril 2!rd. I-!. L. Mc.Jonald, of the Sl":Tisr.t. forcv, Ofei;ou. was visiting his parents hero l.wt u.-e!;, and renewit'g old i:'aiiit:;nce.?. While hero "WW!" avo 1 . . t, !,.,-,-.; (t f....v pnts 0:1 !dl twirlirn;. II:. -tor Sunday wai e lebrnt".! in 11 i.Tinr.er iomo-.vhat out of the u.'-ud e'e; torn, by a r.irti.jti of our yotin;: friend--. In re.l.rl., to an invi ;itio:i a ii:i:nl.-r a of .1. A. O.-en, l....l .il ...mi luiiii Wlf, 0f :l suinoti.-.us ihiiner :ad ur.ent 1 ! tiio greater p-'rt of the afternoon very ..i.-iinilv- in honor of the birthdavs of M:.m Roia Orenand Alvin C.'-oburn. whicii h:ii)j.oned, thnjoar, to fall 0:1 th it iii"m orable ft-stal day Easter. At tiio c!o.c of tiio sc!ioj1 tho schol ar.', with ono or two e.vcrplion.i, drafted and signed a f-t of icsol.itioiis sr-ttmg Torth their esteem for, and npjireei.iti"u of Mr. MorriV ability as a teacher. Vt are truly glad to note such a denionstra- tion on tiie part of the pujiil-i. Mr.Morris has worked hard for thesucc-vs of the school, and it is certainly but right that tho.s-j Inetitted bv his efforts hould show that they a;i!-reci:ito it. t 1 L i.t Sat unl-iv afterninn while sev- eral members of the ball club were prac- , l.cing in t!i. street Mrs. II. O. Cowan. mm was pa-sang ijv, wasiut oya ualiann .... ... j i;,);.-,! down. Slic ; (;--,j,ai:i'. house, win 10 was taken into.lohn where she was comnell- 1 , ...,..: rur ..verai hours bef.ireslie s.i. ...-.... i ,. ttr -.yi' .w -,iiii .i.jiii-.. i ..I'uirt' iii.a w;n !jril.,; .i.An tlii It.tll clubthedo ! nm.,.,!;,i,w i.f n in.-if msnv. n.-.l .-oiKe an o.an of unpleasant remarks. The c!i:b itself cmnol be blamed, but the b ys. whether inemU.'r.i or not, who jirac-ti.-e in the street. certainly havo su!!ieient pr.ul tnat it is dangerous, and should tie f vlll.-tl O'.f.P ? rrrr PrKmsii . Of the W. C. T. U. Convention of Unit Of the W n ... 1, 1...1.1 .. at..: !.,.,.! r,. ;., ' S HtU j J T. 11V jit fl 1 4 1 V. til , ' tho U. 15. church, April -Ind ami 3rd, ' Tirisu.w, .r::n. lx:. i'Zfl. Music. I), voti.ii conducted by M.S. M.J. D-vs. Music. Roll ci.ll c.f odicors and delegates. Ajipointmetit of comiuiltees. Rcjort of treasurer. Miicellancous business. X'lOiitido prayer. Miss Ijilliun Wood. AITKU.M).).V SK.S.MON. 2 p. m. Devotion. Mrs. A. Ueara. Music. Reading of tho minutes. Report of local unions, Rejxirt of County Sniierintendents. Address of "Welcome," Mrs. T. !I. GoKljiasturc. (,,-.v,::i. RcsrHinse. Mrs. .lulia X. Report of committees. Al;-.ur::::ie::t. Kvi-.jt: siii'-IOS. 1 eu'.-'c. Devotion. tid"r Vance. Mu-ie. ...ldr.-s.-e? by C1. G. W. Tt tin. of Ij-'vinuto:!. Ky. Subj.-.:!. "Oar CXiuiitry. O-ir If-ini" and '"ur Duty." Mts-ic. Ifenrdirti'.u. H:-ic.r.-.;j.-.v uoiinim;. e.:Vi. Music. Devotion. Mrr. 1VJ.-.1. Reading of the minuli's. Ucstiithvil busmen. P.ipr by Mrs. Relle De.wney. .d-Mis.iri.d service. X.jontide prayer. Mrs. IIlo mir. ArrKHNOO.S" MJ-itS. 2 p. m. Music. Deo,:.ou. Mrs. Lucklmnlt. Res.iing or the minutes. IV.ceti.'ii of.oiiioe.rs. Peior by a niombor o; the Orec.m W. C. T . 1:. (J.le.-tion 1K. A.ljiiurnr.ifnt. KVENiro snss:oN. -"rX Music. Devotion. Rev. Rcnington. Demore.-t contest. Music. Awarding of medal, llcnediftioa. Mns. Ur.i.i.n Coi.i.i.iO.v, Prcsidoct. Mas. a D. I;f.u.oc:, Sec. Xj I. MOORE, THE WILL lviar LOW PfiCGS! I Good will do it. nes.Fransions.Flour Si i f f Woodenware, Stoneware, Confections, Jjc BI VW m W JJJ JJJ It mm W w ad OREGON, MO., Klfjii of fjr(M!ry St tin;, North Side of the Square. . A- 0 SI Ell, fan PoifiT, Mo., DEALER IN General Merchandise, Has just received a JarRo invoico of new Roods, cons:i.t:n of The Brown-Desnoyers Shoe Co's Bots and Slaoes, The best manufactured, Dry Goods. Groceries, Hardware, Tinvare, Glassware, Queensware, Woodenware; in fact, anything carried in a First-Ciass stock of General Merchandise, and as cheap as anybody can sell them for cash. Thf.itlis. Editous Sr.sriNEi.: -I wish through your paier to return mv sinn-re thank. to the MasJiuic Lxige for their kindness in having m v dear husband's chart frariHHl and tho presentation of tho same to me and to tho A. O. L". W. i.isny th inks their j.roniptne'Min set' ling all le::::i:nls. Such ki:.i!ms--...4 v.iil Ijo I-.ng rjm-'ri!,T-e I by in.'-. May the tlm ble--ings of Al mighty God lo with them, is my s'.ncero prayer. Re- p'-ctfully, I';il MouitisoN. Sim.biy Si-iiool Cif.'-nti(ii. The Hic!:ory TownuhipSunday Seho-d convcution.v.ili !; iiold at tiiiiloh school home, on Saturday, April llith, 1SSV.U Conveiiin will lo c-d!d to orJor, at 10 o'clock a. m., by president. Devotional exercises, Rov. Heddon. Aildri'ss of we!i."::ie, William Weight man; rcsjMiase, Daniel Hanlnian. Discii3.-Io:i- subject, "The distinctive mission of the Sunday school," per.ed by 15. O. Cowan, followed by Albert Harduian and other?. DinLcr. R?-co::e:ie at 1 c'.-lo;-!; p. M. M!uceil.i::e:'is bus:nejs;rejsjrt3 or Sun day schools, etc. Discussion -fciibjects 1st, In teaching in the Sunday sv'10 1 a wans of self ... .o ...r ; . imrirovemeni.- o;eueu oy 1. . ie.u.-n, followed by Elder Hardm.in and .tuors. 2nd. U!ack!o:ird hoiv sluuild it U used f ill the S11nd.1v suho-jt: by . H. Sx.llh and others. Query box. Ciosing escri'iscs. Gi:s. Rum. like Uncle R-.-nius rabbit, "lies low, and says nothing," but pension csrtiticatesaro ljeing issued from his oflico at a rate that inakesgladthohearts of waitim; veterans. Tiio number for tho four weeks ending Mnrch was VifilTt, against 801:1 for tho corresi-ond-iug period of ISott. THE SENTINEL'S CHEAP COLUiN TWO FARMS FOR REXT: -Ono six tni'c-s cat of Oregon, the other 7 miles soutiit.ist, both known as tho Sam Har dy places. For particulars, call ou Hou ry Shuits, Oregon, Mo. YOITXG II0RSIlS:--2.) young horsts from 15 to 0 e.lrs old for sale on easy , terau. F. Libby, Oregon, Mo. A GOOD GIRL WANTED: A girl that understands uenenil housework can i obtain a good situation by applying to j F. Ijihby. Uiegon. M'o. : t a'i ) Oi ks i s : : w 1 v ; v. a '-hi:.' ks. I - T.o 1; o 3 so- i! d ':.ind Sewing Ma l chines for s.:ie liieep at 1'. I'r.ce'rf 1 h.:r.i,..aie. no;: Jlllft-Oa a.id.-es. ;:S AXt MULl-: A l. t .r and Muii-. for sale. Call on or . W. il. .-:urr. tt, O.-igon. Mo. EF.RGi;i:EX Ti:r.i-S. I have a lot or R.d Ct;.sr Trie.-. IS to :: inches. ::m:e growi.; .;carfl for uii.d-bn ..ks. .1. W. Maple. O.egon, Mo. A SAL '!:. FRKSH HI. - Price. Mo. .TEKSEV COV FOR :.".. T. D. Roberts. O.-e- SKt OXI)-ii.D G vl SeN.M.:-ll.:ri i. CARRIAGE. A 'i .-.o-seate! Car-T-ir casii. or v.i.l ria,.'e for :."il- ctu-ap ! trade for a go.nl t.or. ?. II. Rjut. Ore gon. OIlFAiQX. TiIO. ! Authorized Capital. $20,000.00 j Transacts a general banking busice. ; Interest paid on dei-csits 1-eft for n sjieci i tied time. I Drafts issued on principal cities. Co! I lecticiis niaiic and promptly romitto. I Dii:iXTO"f5: -Ororse Ani!orsn,K.Van- .T.-.-.1.W Tvr.en'e. William P.-r.n!.' Chr.-. ' I feclikt:'iaucr. DANIEL JiALUMAN, C. J. lltTCT. j President. Cashier. I 'TP SITlPIff PIE rocer Things Hum Goods and Fair Dealing Ammunition, &c. mm w mg - M --IF THE GREATEST Ribbon Sale Ever held by us. PriiTS by far tho lowest ever known. Send your orders immediately as wo can give you tir.it choice before sale begin.". LOT 1. Xos. 9. 12 andlOallSilkGrosGniin Riljbjnatin Edge: Black, White, Cream and all colors; worth 15c 20u and 25c yard; jour choice for 14c Yard. LOT 2. Xos. 10 and 22 all Silk Double-faced Satin Ribbon, in 20 shades, and worth 00c and 05c yard; your choice for 20c Yard. LOT 3. All Silk Moinr. Sash Rninnv. IV,' in. wide, never before k-ss than $1.25 yard. Rlack and Colors in this Sale will be 69s Yard. !,T,"r;r?,"7t t.-t-jv1 ranm:of seoi: a.ti-rel tol or.-trs fj.r. ir-ipI. s.irsoo-Jalhc t.ta:i: hav v:-; i:i:c::vk th::-s. We item ail 0:1 Iojt rr's. kikmI, honi-'t vahien, u.i.l profipt attiT.t;on to ordom to t-(-'.ir t ami Ijtep your trut:.?. C.l.MIAd CITV, MO. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE! Xotico is hereby given that I, Giles A, Latighliu, Public Administrator, within and for Holt County. Missouri, iu charge of the estate, with will annexed, of A. E. Williams, late of Holt County, Missouri, deceased, wih on Saturday, April 12th, 1890, at the late home of said deceased, in Xodawnv township. Holt County, MU- souri. feli at Public Auction to the high est bidder, the following ueiortbed projj erry. lo-wit: Two large brown Marcs, one in ford: 1 Horse Colt; 5 Milk Cows; 2 Hewers; 2 sets double tug Harness.or.e being buggy tho other wagon Harness; 1 Turning l'iow; 1 Corn Sheller; 1 Hack; 1 Stalk Cutter; 1 Cider Mill; 1 lot oi Posts and one lot old Lumber: 1 Saddle; 1 Deering s I Mower; 1 Corn Planter; Double-trees, . . r i . . . 1 . - i Oiiige-irees, iioK-racs-'.,auii oinerariieies too numerous to mention. Also an un divided one-half" interest in tho follow ing: 03 head of Stock Hogs, consisting of 40 lanre Hogs, ready to fat; 10 Brood Sows: and balance Shoats and Pigsone hnlf interest iu aljut 1,100 busiieU, ol C". n and I0) bushels of oats. TERMS OF SALE: All sums or S5 and under, cash in hand. All sums over r't, a credit of 0 mouths will lie given, purchaser aivir.g note with npiirove.1 security, bearing 10 jvr cent interest r.-.:u dale Terms of sale to Iwcomplicl with before any articles are removed I from the iireaii?e?. Sale to commence at J loo clock A. el. sharii. GILES A. LAUGilLIX, Public Admr. Wi'hiij ant r-r Hr!t (Jaunty, Missouri, and in charge of the Estate, with will annexed, of A. M. WiHi.mis, Dccci?d. Slseiin's Sale. !!v v!r:n t a. l'jol.tv ..f a eriif ml eye-'ltj-ill. Is-. led f.-":i !.!' ".! .f tt.n cork o,' .to- Cireni' C-uri ( Ilntl rooutx. Jltonrl. re tur.i.ii.'Ie at tiie April Term, is.i of tid unit, and rn" o"Ucttei; In f.iver ot .laioo it. K"id. am! ap :i.i l:.vltl foul) and .lolili y:evcon. I l.avr levl-i' u;i sik! all the ristit. Ill.'ejr.lerp': Hr..l c.nlin of t!ie.i.it Joint HteTeii s.iii f. .ii a.nl to tl,e ..ll.r.v-nir di wtil-eii r-al estate, to-wtt ; Tiie midivlikd tl'.re-fifil,. (?-SJ ef tl.e n.s. In'; (v- !;!! t he i:ortl.eat quarter: :!! the !.i.d!Med three-fifth (3-5 ol Hie west half ' I .-f the .ulheal quarter of section twehe (tit. I" t.mnlit Hfty-iiiii - (51' of rsne ilitrty-c ifjl.t all ii Holt omi.ty, Stale of Miss-art All Ivins nnd te!i.c In the said county, aad State ol JIi-ur.ri, )ii.l 1 will, on r'l.'IDAY. .MAY :d, l'JO. t'etivccn the ti.'rs of nine o'clock In tl.e fore r..um. ' five .."cl.X In ll; atti niof-ii of tl.at t'uv, at Ike Court House doer, in the city i.lOre iroii.C'iimy of il.dl afnn slid, set! the .-cne. or v i.i.:.-!i tlifr of ai UJ t rrquired.at public vi'iidue. to the liiclie-t v.d.t. r f.-r casti in li.im!. 'u:.j -ct to all pr.'."r li-'ns an.l Jddsniriit, !u ftisly said turcuii.jn aim c..si. W. II. FKAME. Shcrltf of Kelt C-ii.i;. llo. Send tbe SnxnsEi. to members of your family who are away. IAt them havo yoar licsie new s and knotv what ia , r , . . , , , vil! thack you for il atd apprecialeniio favor. The Koatl Overseers. Tiio following named parties were elect road overseers at the recent election: D1VT. OVfcKSKEKS. 1 2 Allwrt McTntyre. :U II Evans. 1 J M Wilson, f. G W Pullen. C .Tno I Meade. 7 Chas Feichter. S John Abplannlp. 9 Isaac Kurtz. 10 Albert Hardman. 11 John Lister. 12 J A Trimmer. Iff 11 F Kunkel. 11 Abncr J Carson. 15 Wm Wakely. 10 C P Bartram. 17 Failed to elect. 18 Sam Cahn, Sr. 19 Chas Kaufftnan. 20 John Stephcnon. Jr. 21 Benj Grouser. 22 Ed Raiser. 25 Roliert L Moore. 21 W M Baker. 25 20 John W McKissick. 27 W A Ford. 23 29 Jacob Bucher. .10 X G Boyl.-s. 31 I) II Swope. 112 John l'ugii. Kl L W Trask. :U fl.Hi A KeilTer. I!.". R C Benton. :f7 Jacob Wehrli. re? Xicholas Miller. 39 IICFtihrman. 40 JC Strob -1. 41 FC Meadows. 12 James C Hinkel. I'.i Goo Martin. 41 J A King. 45 Thai Foley. 40 James Hopper. " 47 Thus R Smith. 48 E C Watts. ID John Colrte!!, Jr. 50 51 ZeL Smith. 52 m Curia Shnlt3. 51 Frank Ewing. 55 50 57 Henry Morro. 58 59 James Goolsby. (S) Pat Bradbuo. 01 John Lichter. C2 Oregon Har.es. 03 Sam Freeman. CI C5 (yj Ed Doebbling. C7 M P Smith. 03 Joe Mossock. C9 70 A Lawrenre. Tiie certilicates ol election will bo for ward'.'d in a short time, and tho over s?ers may iualify lfe:e any Justice of the Peace. The same firm -which 31 years ago com pletely revolution ized the Threshing Machine trade by inventing a new Threshing Machine, eo much better than any machine be fore known, that ail tbcbuildersof the old style Threshing Ma chines stopped mak ing them and copied the new machine aa closely as they dared have nowmade an other advance, and in their New Tibra tor present a Thrcsli ingMachine contain ing entirely new fea tures in separation and cleaning, which place it as far ahead of any other as the old Vibratorwas ahead of the "End less Aprcn" ma chines. Every Farm er and Thrcsherman should of onc get full information re garding the HEW VIBRATOR, which will be Bent Frto en application to NEW THE F'EW VIBRATOR. THE NEW VIBRATOR THE K2W VIBRATOR THE NEW VIBRATORJ THE NEW VIBRATOR THE NEW VIBRATOR. HAVE YOU Artificial TEETH? W5 For S3 cents yon can cujoj life, nctrfitlistanilln. BcjiFLO.IIIK DEST5LPUTE BRoSa If yon cannot find It, $?n& for circular). Hmsh scut by mall ou receipt of price. It is a Marvelous Brush. For Natural Teeth Those who hate the whitest Teeth ust Prophylactic TOOTH BRUSHES. Flonncs Mfg.Ci.' ircr.ee, I I narcr.ee. Mass. Order of Publication. STATK OF .MIS80UKI. Cuunty ul Holt In the Citriilt Court of Holt Connly. in raid Stale, tn tin- A;rit Trroi. Ism. TlieStileot tlivuH'.rl.at I lie nlall..n an.l tottie He o( Cinr-e II. Atirn.roltertor n( nvrimn within ami for Hie county ot Holt and Stale o( Mivuiurl. plalntin". against John F. ll.tninr.t ami Jnmrs F. AVpst.drcn I inN. tat "tin At llii-t siili day of Januarr. 1IS0. mmn tl.e plauiim lirr.-ii, !iy IlfiirvT. Atklrr. Ill- af- t..rlle. nil. I xll,. to llie;lli,:;,llif IJ,I oniM that tiie aiMive ii.mird ilrfeiuianl are not rwlih-iits ol the Mate of Mb.-M.uri and caiaiot be siimnioii.-it hi tin-, action. Whereupon It b unlt'rrit ty the eontt that Mti.l itrfen.ttnt tie iintinrtl hy .uli!irTill..ii that flalnniT lia- foiiiiiifiire.i a vtit ucilnxt litem hi thl rotirt. the o.J.rt and gem rat nature ot u'ltcli It II..U lIaii!till5erktornforrethern of the Slateof MIMiurl.i;niiLtt!:eri.l!.iiiiC ilr-crllied real estate. vlluxte.U ini; and being III ll!t (MUity Mhsuiirl, and brhmKliiclotbeitr I. tiil.uils to thin Milt, for rertiln drliuiiKiit ami bark laxe due tliereon.and iuiiaid for Hie years M1, IWS.1MS. ISM. Ifsfi.-in.i nwi.uilh 1--lrrct then-oil and rol!l.leTleil nrmn ;il.l n.n1 Irilate.ai in the petition r.i-d tax hill herein net forth, to-wtt: It fWe i and Iwentv laol In blork tliirteen (13) III the lonn of Malll:indiid . tlirtl iiti'm Ilie -il.l .li.l.n G 1F -. ... ...... . .. West tie and apiearat Ihlsnmrt st the next term tteteof. to lie becmi and holdrn at the Court Hou-m', In thetTItv of Oregon tn ald coun ty, on Hieatli day r April next.ly.o. and on or before the sixth day ofKiidtrnu-iHhe term h.ill toni: continue, and If not. then on or I Wore the lat day of said Irrm annwrrur plead to the petition In aidcaue, the sane will, a to them. Ie taken aicoufeKicd. and judgment will be rrtuterrd accordincty. And it U further onlereit, that a copy hereof tie publH.td a.voniins to law In die Holt Col-stv Skntinki. for four eceev.ve weeks the l:it invrtlou to be at leait Itrterii dais be fore the :ii.l .""III day of April. Iifeiu. TIIE STATE OF MISSOUUI. i County of Holt. j I. I. S. Alkire, clerk of the circuit curt of i-ouiity. :ilor.":.lil. hercl-y rrrfti ihat II e al.ne Ii a Hue copy of the oriplu.-il order of p il.lli-atl.'ii. hi the i-nise therein ii.iiiit-4, :w the s.one appear In mv olti.-e. "lie iii iiami a a Clerk. and the --;ii i.i vim, ouri. iM.neai i.incela lOrejtoii, this MM d.i of March, tv.o. 11"- I). h 1I.KI IK I'lutlt Henry T Alktip. Alt') fr ITH Order of Ptiblli-atioii. St A I r. ill' JlIs.S(ll'l!I. I . t'oniity of Molt. ' III tl.e l'rotMle Court. County uf Mntt.mid Stnte of Missouri, Kelininrj adjouriit d Term. ''''onn&er1'"' i " J.cot A.Oreii.Admii'idrntnr. 1 luollw'lun- Now, on this tmh i!v ot March. IR90. comes .l:i.-ol A. (Irru. Ailinlnlstr.itor ot the IMrtner sliii. estate of tlren&Maesrr, and Iresenti tr the Court Ills H tlllmi, ira.vtiiC lor an Older for the n-le of s. much of the real estate ol said nirtiiershl, est.de. decrllM-.l In ald iietltionjt ill a aad i-atWy the rrmainlHi; deDt. due ly wld estate, and jet unpaid for want ot suffl ciont aisets. acconiiMiiird liy the nccoum. Ilstn and liiventorlcH reiinlred hy taw In such case, on examination whereof it Is ordered tliat all peri"-. us lutt-n-sit-d in the said I'art.-erjLIp est-ile tt'iiotltletl that :i..lli-.ltl..ii as afortsnlil lt:in In en niiide. aiul that units. the contrary he shown on or before the nrtt day uf the next I r nil of t!ii Court, lube held on the 121 Ii dny of May. twil.an order will heiuadc for the nalo of the whole, or so much of the real estate of said partnership ftatc. at Kill he si.fflcl.'iit for t!ie p:iyui!it of said debts : and It Is furlheror-lert-d ll'i't this notice he published Insonin neirsp4N-rlii this county for lour ek. bttme theiirtt term ol ihls Court. STATK OK JilSSOCItl.l.. County of Holt. "" I, S.iii.url O'KIInn. Jiiilne of the rmbatP Court of ad eountv, hereby certifr that Ihn nunve Is a trie copv of theoriKlnal order of pi.t.lK atloii then in refi rrd to, a. Ibe same p tiers oi reconl In mvoftlce. Witness my 'land sn Jenei-lid tl.e seal of our sulit;.-ourt,.loiie at ray oltice In Oregon SKAL.1 tn saH county, tilt 7tii day of April. A. 1- IW. .NAML'EMVFAI.TOX. JiidKP iir.d Ex-oniciu Clerk of i'niliate. Trustee's Sale. Wtitrtas, firttn 11. Ij-t:den r.nd Ann E. Louden, Ins wife, by tht-lr dreil of tmsi, datril I lie 1st day of Nuvrniber lKX6.kiid recorded III the recorder' ofllct of Holt Coiiiityll-..iirl. oil I he Aid day of Noveniber, ami rr oril. d in fald recorder oBlce In lioek V, last SS9, couveyeil to W. II. ilcatou. n tiiisit-e, the foiliminji descrlheit real est.de silu.te. I.tlnir and lirlui: In thecoiiulyofIli.lt and state i f Missouri, tn-n it : Alio! the nor Ii half ot the northeast quarter juit" the cast half of the seuthnest quarter uf the n. rthest quarter of section lelity-seTei: C.T), and Hie . southeast quarter of the oull:ent luaiterofjiectloii lweii).aii:r);all t" i "lil sixty-three irzi of ranee foitj (40). ro:i tainlns oua hcisdrrd ;u:d foily acre more or lr Which mlil conreaiiet wa :adt in trnt to secure the payment of a certain note lit raid df cd of trust described : Hiid herea. defuult ha been made In the payment of said unit nnd ttie interest thereon ; aiid wherrc. It wh. alid Is provided 111 ald deed In trust that lr ra" of the absence, death. refu.il to act. or disabil ity Inanv wise or .vtld lmtct. the then nrtir-K shcrirf of !I.i!t Coni'tv, Missouri, n.llit excrtilei tho power of .said trustee ; and whtrcps. aid trustee. V. !!. lltateii, and refines to act as such trustee ; uowr. there fore, at tho request of the leeat holder cf aid note, and In pnmianco of the tirotlslon of aid deed of trn-t. I the i:n1erlu:;nl nheriff f Holt County, Missouri, and as such trustee,!!', on TUESDAY. .APRII. 15th, im, between tliehoursnf 9 oVIork tn tiie forenoon and 4 o'clock In the Mternoon of said day.at the north frnt door of the Court House In the city of Oretcon. In Holt Ceuiitv, Missouri. pn eeed to sell nil. or so much of said real estate, a may he sufficient to pav said note interest and on! of till JTWeiltint thr Jii't tube it nuMie auction to the litshtst bidder for rash la hand. W. IT. FUAME. Sherlllof Unit County. Missouri. Tn;tee. Tnwtcc's Jjulc. '.Vhtrr.as. Itenjamiii P. Lambert and Kar caret Lamtieri. his wife, by their certain Iced of trust, duird tie 4th .lay of Metiteiubtr . tl. and r-euritei In the record er' oitl.e of Molt Coi ntr. Missouri, on th'i Dili day of .S. ;-trinber. Wt. In Hook rs. Vase OU, eoiiTcyed to James H. Kali, a trustee, the foi:i.wu:i;ile5crtbMl realestate.slticite.ltii.rr and being in the Count) of Molt and State ot Missouri, lo-wit: All of the northwest quarter of thesoutbirest quarter of section twciiiv-ntnt (29). township sixty-one (CI) of ranrje thlrty-clsltt isi), cou taining frtv acres, more ur less. Which said coiiTeance was made In trust to secure the payment of a CMtaln prem! siry note In naid det n of trust desciibed : and wherra. default ha been made iu the payincut of said bote unit the hilt-rest thereon; and whereas. It was and ! provided In H iid deed In trust. I Wat lit ease ot the absence, death, refusal tnart, or dLsaliil lty In any wieof ?ld trlce. the then aciiif slienR of Holt County. Missouri, mllit execute the poweT of said trustee ; a- d whereas, said trustee, Jinics II. Ball, refuses lo art as sucii trustee ; now. therefore, nt the request of the Irani lioldrr of said note, and In imrsuanco of the. .pulsions rf said d.-cd of trust. 1. tilt? uuitersjKne.1 inerin oi lion loamy, .hissi.uii, and its xueli trustee, ill on M0SIY, MAY leth, two, N'tween tiie lieiirs of nine o'clock Iu the fore noon and hie o'rlock in the utt. ni.sin ol shi.t .1 iv. at the north door of the Court llonsein l!u city of Oregon, lit Hot! County. Missouri, pru- eceil to sell an. or so tiincu 01 siuu real rsiai... a m iv be sufllt-leiit to v.y said note. Intcre.it and ewtsof this procietiiiff lite walelo be at tmblic auctluu to the lilcUrsllb'dder for cash lu. band. W. II. FKAME. Slterift of Holt Comity. Mo. SIicrlfT Sale. Ty Tlrtue and antliority of a (tentm I execu tion. Ivuieit from the iittleeof tlicetrrkof the Circuit Court of Unit canty. Missouri, return able at the April term. unn.t.i said couii.ann ii lite directed in favor of J . II. ilrjcr. ciardiaa ol Mejer heirs, and acalnst Jbiue II. Crupp. C. C Cro.Jacot Groesbeck, C. .1. M.eire and Jacob ttook. I tare tetleit upon and seized alt the right, tle.'titerest and claim ot the v. Id Jj-citlltroes-b.-rlc and C.J. Moore if. In and ti the following d-scniKsl real estate, to-wtt: The tmdltl.ici to-thtrls intcres: of lot seven (7), ten (lu).n.d eh veu (it) In block torty (Id), is drcriWd up on lb pt.it of II. e orlitikl town of Mound City, Holt I .unity. Missouri. ... All Mux and tieln In.lhe ad couaty. and Stat; ol Mi.sourl, asd I will, on . FKII'AY, MAY Slid. IKO, lrftw een Hie hinir of nine o'clock In the fore noon, and Iit; o'clock in the attrtiioon of that d.-iv,iit theC.iuri Ilousidoor. In the city of Ore ion, eountv ol Molt afoiesaid.sftt tl.e same, or m, mucli tbrrrtif a iimv be rtipilr. d, nt public t:lr.c, to the blKlieid bi'ldrr for r.i:i In liaiul, fsut'jcct lo all prior Urns and jnitemer.ts) to Kitisli .ald.xecuthm and costs Hlicritf of Holt County, Mo. Slicriiris Sale. By tiitiiear.dniithoritytif si-n.-r.il recnlliin lssurd fr.Mii tlieofl'.ceoriberi.rk of Hie Circuit Court ot H..lt County, Mis-oiiri.rettimallc atthe April tciiu. l?ro.'f aM citrt.snd tit me dlrccterl lufavorof V.J.Uinsfont.ai.d airainst I. I. lit cli-r Slid llroipe IJeeler. I hateIeit-JuMin and ri.-.l nil the right, title, iiitetrsl and e!rm of thesaid I.D.IIeelrr of. In and t't the follow tin: described i:a! Estate, to-i::Tbe east half of the northwest quarter of .section lhlrl-tl.rre (331. township slxlyionetri) of muse iMrly-cii:lit 3J ail liiHoltcoituiy, state..! Missouri. All iTlncandheiniin Ihe H.ii.l County, and S:a:eof Mlsuiuri, nl I wlll.ou FIMtlAY. MAY S:d. 130. !-twr-u the hours of nine o'clock In tl.e lorriiiHtft, a.i.1 tl rj o'cl'ick In tits i.lienirti of tliat day, at the Court House) l..r.iuthe City of Oreeon. lAmnlr of Holt ..foresaid. t!t:if sume.or s ntttch thereofa laay 1- rt quire, at Publlr Veiidtie, to tho lustiest bidder f'.rcasli in band, (subject to all lTi'irllena!id n4rtnints,l to satisfy laid exe cution and rots. W. il. riiMl t, Slicrirt of Unit County, Mo. Xotlcc of Filial Settlement. Notice L Iiereby given tliat the nndtnUmtd. II. T.. Alkire, adnilulstrator In charge of the estate of (iretri.B. UmiiIcD, deceased, will Bake flual seltieiiieut of hi accounts with said estate a snch adniinlstntor at the next terra of tuo I-nibte Court, of Holt Conaty. Missouri, to bo bilden at the Court Itonselu said county out bo -1,-thdayoniay.A- V. W ' ( Late) I'uMlc Administrator lu Charge.