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and "tued-UD" feeling- i tho lnir that your liver isn't dnino -.t- With a torpid liver and the impure blood that follows it, you'ro an easy prey to all sorts of ailments. Dr. Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery cures every one of them. Guaran tees a i can irn m unr that I Jielieve your Gold. IJUcovcrj PIERCE &z. CURE. can truthfully km eaved my life. When 1 en Medical t--tr-in your treatment two years cjro, I bad been given up by the Doctor, anil ray friends had lost all hope of my recovery. I ha.l sutTered for years with torpid liver: I had chronto pleurisy and catarrh in a very bad form. At tended with hemor rhages was confined to QV bed twn mnntht In Mrs. IlBAKsroRD. Si?3'8 begln; . ,. .nlntr your midicine I could pcrceivoa slight ehanjfe for the better: In three months I Wt almost like a new person. Yours vry gratefully. Msa.MAUGIE P. lilCAN'SFOHD, WilllamtlAirg, W. va. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ClftBK-a ami U-&3tti Ihc haUI. l'ruiiuitci ft loTurunt rn.w1h. Never Fails la Hcstoro Oray Hair to its Yoitttul Color. Curt fu-s!p &. ba.r laii.i.g. Sftc,an4 $l.ivtt Drurjistj I r 1'arL.er'a fl inter Tome, it rur- the orrt Crazn. Krik linr. XMnl.rr. Imlif?Un, J't,Take In tini,.cU HINOERCORNS. TL en!-- -un crr for Com, G HATEFUL- COMFOKTING. EPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST SUPPFR. llva thoniiisli kin.ule.li;eiif tin natural l;ms which cavern t ri nititwi of disestimi anil trin, .ti :.nil lit-a careful :iii!'ie.ii:oti ! Hie ! Politics sis a Career. i W. D.McCrnckan, A. M., one of tho nhhst of contemporary writers upon tlie' principles and institutions of represen tative government, and the author of several valuable works on the develop mtnt, liiitory and workings of the Swiss Democracy, contiibuti-s a thoughtful and forcible paper to tho January Arena' un "I'olitics as a Career." Among tho encouraging conclusions reached by this life long student of every form of demo cracy, ancient and modem, is that no honest man can enter political life in America today except as a reformer,and that as reformer he will be treated with scorn anil contumely and havo little or no iiilluence. As a means of making and executing laws our politics have reached the lowest stage to which they may safely go; although things may drift on for many years to come with out any diro or linal ctitai-trophe. Asa gar.ie, politics in this country could not well be improved. There- is more un certainty, gamble and scramble with us in one election content than all the effete monarchies put together can (.how in a whole year. The reforms needed in our political machinery to make govern ment by aud for the people possible are direct legislation by means of the initia tive ami referendum anil proportional represontation that will leave no body of voters practically disfranchised, as under existing gerrymander rule. IT WILL PAY YUU TO TRADE AT Notions, Underwear, Hosiery, Glove: Hardware, Tinware, Crockery. Books, Stationery, Toys, biassware, Cutlery, Woodenwcre, Wire Goods. ST. JOSEPH :::::::; MO lit maiiv lie:ivviocior s uu.s. u i- m un- ju-iliciouHUM- ofVucli artirlr- ft diet that a emi -stitutinii may li j uradiially built tip utitil slri'in; fmiiii'li lit resist ever ie.iin-..- . "nr. IInnMre.I-t of siitillle in: around ns reailv to attack m-j.iL- itntnf WV IliriV 1-sC.. I.,-l.-....,.!..,. .mrse'ie-i well fiirtliifil uilli win IiUkmI and a I'mperlt neuri-lied Jniiii."-tiiil Sen-Ire Kazelte. , , Made simplv with lioilins water r n.ilk. SuM onlv in half-pound tin. lv tlmeers lalu-Heil tlui's: .IAMKS KITS Jfc CO .Ltd., lli'inoe liathic Chemists. Uimlon. ldclaii.t. ELECTRIC TELEPHOF. Pol.l onfright.no rent. no nvsltr. - r" (oCitr.Vlllaeorouiitrjr. Nwdl n. j horoe.hp. More ftnd office. GrrHlit cunt .i- irnce B.l Ut seller on mrth. A Ernl make ftvaa S to SSO prr t n . - i . .o.iJMM mnATtfe a Milt Iti a!. . N T-m lnrtrnment. no trTff. tcik ji.t..M fWnlrf r- r . .r he rat nu tir nny n. roi-airinir. Irt a 1 fo -; -.T-rT-fvi a fnonerrnnwf-r. n n iJ '.. IMiiriwn & Co.. Clerk 10. Columtus.O feared L'neumouia. She look one tlu td l'.irks Cougli Syrup anil sajs: "It acted like magc. Stopped my It Hoe.s not Cost Anything. To try Parks' Suro Cure. A specific cute of all diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druggist- our guaranteed plan. Soly by Clark (J. Troud. Tl ART AMATEUR The Cheapest and Best I:ElAXI3Sr3- For the Least Money. Read the following combinations THE SENTINEL offers you: WEEKLY NEWS GREAT VALUE FOR LITTLE MONEY. OF THE WOULD FOR A TRIFLE. Best ar.3 Larses Practical Art Magazine (Tkemilv Art l'erKMlical awarded a Medal at Hie World s l air.j liivalu.ilile li all uln ui-di tn make their liv ing "V art or to make their iKUiiet lieautiful. l'Ol: lfic we will si-lid tuaiiviinemci!- tliiiiuiK this piililk-atiiui a pfi-iiiien cepv. witn sii.,-rii vujor iiaies(inri-Miy Ina or framing) and s Miimli'mentarv paes of deiKii'. reeular prn-eav. Orwewltl Fnr 9Rr eud iiNi.-l'AINTINf: I'Olt 1SK- ui cmv. ;i.XKi:S."UHiasfS. MONTAIIt'K MA HKS, "J3 Unien Siuare, N. The New York Weekly Tribune n twentv pago journal, is the leading Kepublican family paper of StHtes. ItisaXATION'AL FAMILY I'AIMZKai 0C flue i riipt'rtie-loi well -eleeteil foco.t. .Mr. Kpp-. has provideil for our lirvakfa. a:id -upix-r a delicatt-iv ilavoiire I bcveraRi-which may --.ie Hli-. 11 i- iv tuc JIl-- i'l diet that a cou -ly liailt up until Strom; tViili:rv to diifase al inii-- an lliiatinsi and Lung Trouble as I belived it n,,al.U, J l.fe."Sold by Clark O. I'roud. Afraid of f'lieiiiiionla. Mrs. Catherine Illnck, or Lo Roy, X. Y.. took a severe cold. The physician but- I take a cup of Parks' Tea three a week and feel just elegant." Sold Clark Proud. Tlie Prettiest tJrl in Town. Has been tisicg Parks' Tea and she says; "My complexion is very much improved. J hat mu:luy look is ail gone nights bv cough and I am perfectly well recommend it to evervone for now. 1 Throat svaed ilBlrj,; .ydiftanw. T" i lirir-tih..nJ. Can J. i Hnrr.: tcf orJrr, no r 'Iti.nr. V.:.r-n-irrd. Ami Notice of Final Suttlcinetit. All creditors and othels mtcrcstiil In the rs fate of JacotiTocliteriiiaii deceased. are iiutiii d that the iinderirtiied AiliuiiiMrator Intends to mako a final M-ttli-iiirnl of said t tate at the next term of the Trohate Court td Holt coimty.tuhc licjruii ami hidden at Orroii in ?4tld county of Holt and htate of Miscoiiri.onthc 11th day of I-ebrtiary, Jt93. L. It. KXOWI.KS. Adm!!iistrtor. Klrst iiiseitiuu l;c H, lft)l, Vtd. so. Nu.su. 4 Atlinitiistrator.s' Xotice. Notice is liereliy Riven that by. virtue of an order of the Probata Coutt, of Holt County, Mlssouii, inaili- on the Uithda) id Xnvcniln-r, 1M, the undersigned has taken" charge of Hie estate of Iennard Huiitsman, drcrav'd. AH liersons having claims r.gainnt said estate are nuln'd to exhibit them to in" for allowance within one year after ilal.' of xa'h order, or fjiey may be lirecludt d from any benefit of such estate ; and iisaiJ claims he m.t twlilliitcil with in two vears from the date of this publication, fiiey will be forever barred. This 3otli day of November. 1KI Admiiii.-tnitor. ,.Another Strougpoint ... or THE . . . ARTER OAK. i IN addition to its perfect opera 1 tion and durability, is that it aoeatneworKTritntlicsmall . est possible quantity of faej. AGENT, OREGON, - - MO. A I'lltMIOIIK'IIOII. "Human beings cannot see in tho tlark, "remarked the teacher. "Sister can, "replied tho small pupil resolutely. "Are you sure?" "Yes'ui. The hall was dark the other night, but sister knew that Mr. Jones had shaved off his mustache before he said a word about it." S. II. 1 5 as ford of Carthage, S. D.. I was taken sick in Sioux City. He pro cured two bottles of Parks' Sure Cure for tho Liver and Kidneys. He says "I believe Parks' Suro Cure excels all other medicines for Rheumatism and Urinary disorders." Sold by Clark O. Proud's. Weak Eyes . -Jif4, filtAMJ. ; ( :. '-v.Tioxs, etc. r..' CDHED BY . Z SALVE. - V.!. V - -'v. 'Wrali (a ft 9 r Fares t tonic.. -- -l L' - - - T!. r -J:-l .:u f irllf li-,,, nn f r- t:..v.n ri;io.n t: - f-.I Uv tUZ imI.- i.(..'t . r lu .Ao t lU'ricfi.-3iN'lJ !.!. 1.. IiLh'UI.'- liiitK'.rN- t . jmiits, niinrMft. Cc. K-trfiH.'til-tiinicH..i.h-.!i. rnn taui 'iutUr S'icnfr. (l.rre:it F-i.v, fAshloiiR. !n-i.-. K.-lltnotM jtm) M.ml uuitliHt-. rj Hooka. rlc 1 1250 Valiia"blo 3?iJ r-.oS-I A Pf O 'n famTv, 3 monthV milisTl;iifTi III Ulw O(crruiu;ManilS0.Su:frIiIjluTt. -,.r., 19C Kumni" M IUSSELL POBUSHIHC CO., IIW I " ISWUf.i 7nf mcu. Ask Your Dealer About Them. FRED SEEMAN, Oregon, Mo. no yoaftiay nqt nukr m nnuh, Lut re cue icn y oiHtiH ny new to ram rrom ff to 10 a day at the trt,aDd tnei f rvu j-c Anfnri, Trtu ran onmatrurr at i vW, ni in all tout tkuf.or atiara Uenimii cnlv u tUt ik All I r.rrat ra- MKI f. try PtkT. Mart too. fumlabtn; oroifebir. KAMI.V. MTVMIA leartil l'.irri TS 711-E. AJiir. !,. nff l - a r . CTAU mix i .'j '..'.ai i i .iv:'. dm v S - Mm IS 7 'AS. EcPT, ' .miff ceuja wv . 1 CLV1 a.rH'ii immu. tn.tiwsf"- FOR SALE BY" ?Si All lor two Cents. Tho longest dibtauco a letter can b carried wilhin the limits of tho United States is from Key West, Fla., to Oun alaska, G271 miles; and all for 2 cents. People who would eave money will at once start for Key West or Ounahiska and 6o address their correspondence that thoy shall get their full moneys worth. Boston Transcript. Dcafiioss Cannot In; Cured by local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear. There is only oco way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining or the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is iu ilamcd you have a 'rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tire!' closed n-- is llio re;ult,;unl unie"-' 'ntlainmatiou can bo taken out and Jthi.s tubo restored to its nor mal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caus ed by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous sur faces. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,.Send for circulars; free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, "iic. AHEAD OF ALL MAGAZINES this country has seen. Albany Argup. tho United and gives all the gen eral news of tho United States, It gives tho events or foreign lands in a nut bhell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in tho country. Its Market Iteports nro recegnized authority. Separate departments for the Family Circle. Our Young Folks and Science and Mechanics. Its Home aml'Societ v colums command the admiration of wives and daughters. Its generaf political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, bril liant and exhaustive. A Sl'KCIAL CONTRACT enables us to oiler this splendid journal anil THE SENTINEL for WE YEAR FOR OHLY $1.50, CASH IN ADVANCE (The regular subscription for the two papers is 50.) SUBSCRIPTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. Address al orders to THE SENTINEL. Wtite your name and nddresd on a postal card, send it to (ieo. . best, honm Tribune IJuiIiling, ISew orl; City, am: sampio copy oi i n r. . r. 1 1 iiv WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Beggs' German Salyo is the most per fect Pile remedy oyer put on the mar ket. Cures. vxIiito all others fail. A postive guarantee with every box. .7. C. Philbrick, Oregon, Mo., your popular druggist keeps it. Tuornii crime has been declining in tho United Kingdom, for a number of years tho expenditures for pauperism of have been growing steadily. Tho in crease in thirty years is S17,."00,000, which does not indicate that tho BritisI industrial system is good enough for this country. McCLURE'S MAGAZINE! For IS!5. Volume IV licgms l.ecemlier '!4. A splendidly illustrated life of NAPOLEON, the great feature of which ivill bo SEVENTY-FIVE I'OItTKAITS of Napoleon, showing him from vouth to death; also portraits of his family and contemporaries and pictures of famous battlefields; in all nearly 200 Pictures Begins in November and runs through eign numbers. The Eight Napoleon Numbers, $1.00 TliUE IETECTIVE STORIES by authority from the archives of the PINKERTON DETECTIVE AGENCY. Lincoln and Piukerton (Nov. 18911: the Molly Mngiiires; Allan 1'inkerton's Life: -tories of Capture of Train-robbers. Forgers, Aank-rohbers, etc., each com plete in ono issue, 12 in all. SHORT STORIES BY W. D. Howells Rudyard Kipling Duiiau uoyie uiaric Kusseil Robert Barr Octave Thanet Bret Harte Cant. Klnn loel Chandler Harris and many others. NOTED CONTRIBUTORS. Robert Louis Stevenson F. Marion Crawford Archdeacon Farrar Sir MOOert Bail Prnf. nrommnnrt Archibald Forbes Thomas Hardv Send three 2-cont stamps for a unmtiln cu to iiio piioiisuers. S. S. McCLURE, Ii't'tl., . Lala.vctte Ilsice, New York 12 Pages Every Week . The Omaha Weekly Bee 65 CENTS PER YEAR The largest, brightest nnd best Newspaper published ih the Vest. Tie Bee for 1895 will lie a letter paper than ever More. Special Features For oacli member of tho family . . . " -y , .'- m-t " ozcjza. GZ!c-ce:c cr r.z.arcr.. iSzeciii' 3z:yccia v?f i'zc Farr.z ar.S Farmer. C:zc cr more accd ilze famzlzf. it-. . Tcgeilzer zvi Ar.d aZlfcr Cczaziry. if. ezee rrom ci:l cz j :'":.? 7Z- a?zz' :ize-'- C'J ... j , t . ' - Send 05 cent money order, express order or bank draft for a year's subscrip tion. If vou send silver or curreucv. register it or you bend it at your own risk. Address orders to THE BEE PUBLISHING CO., Omaha, Neb. THE BREAK F A ST S UPPER. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA UUILING WATER OR MILK. EKESS ti HEAD ROIStS CMOt eccn's iNvisiiiLU TDMll 111 .ftnSUIIIM. TVhLst.-rahid Com- St. Louis Globe-Democrat i Eight Pages each Tuesday Most people can not alford to ex jieriinent. They waut immediate relief. That's why they use Ono Minute Cough Cure. Sold by T. S. Hindo. Trajjcdj'. she said, haughtily. 'Never,' darken my door again!" He stood before her liumblv, and would have spoken, but she silenced him with a wave of her bejoivelled hand, and went ou: 'I told you in tho first place- that I wanted them doors painted a robin's fgg blue, and hero you've went nnd grained them. I know what I want, and I'm iro- n' to have it." Wearily ho got out his putty-knife and sandpaper and began to rectify his error.-- Detroit Free Press. Order of Publication. and Friday, Sixteen Pages Every Week . . ONLY . . . OHE DOLLAR A YEAR. STATU OK JIISSOUKI. County of Holt is, beyond all comparison, the biggest, best nnd cheapest national news and family Journal published in America. STRICTLY REPUBLICAN in politics, it GIVES ALL THE NEWS nnd gives it at least three days earlier than it can bo had from any of tho Metropolitan weeklies. IT IS INDISPENSABLE to the farmer, merchant or professional man, who desires to keep promptly and The name One Minuto Cougli Cure suggests a medicine that relieves at once, and quickly cures. Its uso nroves Sold by T. S. Hinde. Tiik repirt of Secretary Harding of tho-Missouri statu board of railroad commissioners filed with Governor Stone recently shows that on June 30, 1S04, there were in tho 6tate, including main ines and branches, 143 railroads. The total mileage wasC.525, and the increaso since January 1, 1893, was 121? miles. The total mileage, including second and third tracks aud sidings, was reported to be 8,(Xi7. A Baltimore paper, ia noting a "loss of 13.000,000 in shipments from that nort to foreign countries during 1S!H, navn that "tlie worst years for our city's com merce have bwu under Democratic Ad ministrations, and the highest point was reached under President Harrison." Tho samo rule applies, by the way, to the entire country. Cotixli and Cougli and Cough But it you desiro to Mop coughing, try Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. It re lieves instantly, and will effect a per manent euro quicker than nny cough cure on tho market. Prico 2r, 50 and 81.00. A positive guarantee with every bottlo. Sold by J. C. Philbrick, Oregen, Mo. In 1 lie nutter of tlie estate of John K. Davis tleeeascil. OnltT of Iullleatiuii. Now cninei Mittie UavN, executor oi tlie es late of .Iiiliu 1". I hiiis, tleeeaseil, ainl pre vmu-. hi me cuiiri iif-r iK'iuton. ir:mtig for an enler fur tlie hal- of mi miirli of tlie'lteal l-Mate il .aid tli-reaMtl as uill pay anil satisfy tlie re maining Ii-tiaeii's liie the heirs of sa'il estate. aiKi jet. iiiiiaiu iur nam in siiuicieiii sissms, ac-t-Kiiipauieil liytlie aenmuts, lists ami liiieutor- tion whereof it isonlereil that all ihtmuis inter- I thoroughly posted, but has not the timo to read a largo Daily Paper, rsiru iii tue esiau- m sani ueceascii lie iioiiueil, uiai iiiijMii-aiiiiii as auiri's;iiu, uas ueen inane, ami thai unless the enntrary lie nIiiiwii mi or hi-fiire the first lav of the next term of this eniirt.M lieiieiii en .Monday, February lltli iml,. an tinier will lie mailt for the sale of the minium;: real t-iaie, tirseniieil m said petition as f illows: The j of uw y of section l, tontishii;i,ratii;e3'.i. TlienwU of section i. ioiisiui i.i, raiiKe .i- juese Oi st ;4 ami ne'j iiIm-U of sertlnii Xi. tounshlli fr. r.inee jj. i nee;, in m u oi "cciiiiu a. itiwusiim CI raimesi. I In m '4 of si-ciloii . township i;i. r:tiie'. iisii i, -i-.iwi aen-s . aii in uoit eoiiatv, Missouri, for the laymen t of the tlelits oi saui ueeeasiM-. tiiiil it is further oriiereil tliatnotlre lie niil. lislieil in some newspaiier in this rounti f.r four weeks before Hip next Ifrm of this court. STATU OK MISSOURI, I comity tu noil .Samui'l O'l'ailoii. Jinlce of Iho I'rohati ( ourt of salil coiintv. Hereby eertlfv that the anove Is a true copy or the oriental Onler of I'lllilleaHon lllerem referrril to. as tlie same :m- pearsot vet uill 111 lll oiliee. il itness my haail as .Imlce ami the seal of salil MEAl.l eourt. lion at iiiytifflre in )reuoa In s.ilil county, tills 31s day oi December A. H l&ll. SAMUEL O'KAI.I.ON, Juilse of Probate Court. The Topic of the Hour. 1 Within the past year, and especially J within the past si months, finance has i taken, as a topic of press discussion, the place occupied for several jears past by tho tariff. Contradictory and irrecon-1 citable as are tho positions, complex and and confused as are the arguments off the political parties and leaders of the, country upon the tariff question, they aro nn less hi upon the question oT finance. Tlie great political problem of the day in tho United States is the pro-1 blem of reforming the National cur- J rency. Tho man or woman who pre tends to be well informed will not be 1 content to learn tho views of a few news-' papers only upon the financial and ' other questions ot tli3 hour, but will seek in some way to get a survey of the . ure.-s discussion in all part of the couti- j try and upon all sides ot the questions, st issue. 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Back numbers can be had to complete the present volume, beginning Januarv 1. AND ECONOMIZE YOUR TIME. HUSBAND YOUR STRENGTH & INCREASE YOUR PLEASURE BYUSttt C1AIRETTE SOAR BEST, PUREST 8c MOST ECONOMICAL SOLD EVERYWHERE THE H.K.FAIRBANK GOMFAHY.St.Loms. v. r.-cw a .2 AM ("Mcr.ro. Oct. 2. VCZ. 1 tr5ub!"ii with mfsiun T.r.-.. ni hai Ln U...J- for derrn ti." List lour imr I trie f erry rcmrlf that wiuio!d rwier tor any or mr li: a ivui bAbinus-iinrra mna f and 1 me now m I atraH (run at tkmatmU riUrarmlft4 br Mk) ;i trie terrr rem 2 ireutlt ni.ti! J We will cr.-t y-u tliermr vtlotis :-'it:ulprc:nir;ui. ! CALTHOS free. Lvrtat .! mnil.ar.J a Irnal cuarauu-c mat caluius mil fittF9prrmut.rrhra.V.rI- UHllt. ncekwud 5 HC HAS. RESTORE L.ut Useit Srpajif 'satisfied, Addrisa VON MOHL CO., Sole American Agents. Cincinnati, O. Beggs' Little Grant Pills! Beggs' Little (Jiant Pills! Beggs' Little Giant Pills! Keep the name in mind when you waut a perfect and honest pill. 40 piil in each bottle. All others have from 21 to 30. Sold by J. O. Philbrick, Oregon, Mo. It seems hardly passible, but never theless it is true, that on an average every lifty-tilth person you meet wears XV. L. Douglas Shoes. Did vou ever realize what an immense undertaking is to supply one article of wearing a parel to oyer ono million people? The Hair ia tlie crowning beautv of woman and is something every woman should be interested in. If your hair dry and brittle, falling out or turning gray, try Beggs' Hair Renewer. A positive guarantee with every bottle. Price 75 cts. Sold by J. C. Philbrick, Oregon, Mb. Wiikn Secretary of Agriculture Mor ton, who hails from Nebraska, declared against the practice of sending out seeds from tho agricultural bureau at Wash iugton, on account of the expenses, tl Democratic papers of his own state np plnuded him vigorously for his econom, and aversion to paternalism in tho gov eminent. Now these samo papers are advocating and even vigorously demand ing appropriation of $300,000 by con gressfor the purpose of buying seed for the drouth sufferers. It is nil right, of course, these people should be helped I all possible ways. But it is funny tose how quickly circumstances will changi opinions. Write for free sample copies to GLOBE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo, By ppecinl contract, wo aro enabled to offer The St. Louis Globe Democrat twice every week, in connection with THE SKNTINEL for only . 7." a year, provided you subscribe before April 1, 1895. Considering the character of the two papers the greatest of m.tienal journals, and the best of your homo papers this offer has never been equalled. Do not delay but fond in your subscription at once, to the SENTINEL, Oregon, Mo. The Inter Ocean IS THE Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West And Has the Largest Circulation. . TERMS f DAILY (Without Sunday). j DAILY (With Sunday). .$0.00 per year .?-'.00 per year IJeK.s Tropical Oil. The wonderful liniment for Sprains, Bruises, Rheumatism and all deep sea ed diseases where a powerful liniment is required. Abk for and be sure you get Beggs' Tropical Oil. Every bottlo war ranted. Sold by J.C. Philbrick, Ore gon, .I o. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly In the February number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly tho momen tous conditions nnd prospects confront ing Nicholas II., the young Czar of Kus.-iu, "On the Threshold of a Reign,1 nrejtho subject ot a peculiarly well in formed article by Valerien GribayedolT. This is richly illustrated with pen draw ings by the author, and a large number of rare portraits. Closely associated with the great Eastern Question, also, is well as possessing a highly pictures iie interest of its own,is M.do Blowitz's account of "A Trip to Bosma-IIerze govina." Theo Tracy tells tho fascinat ing "Story of the Si!kworm,'cliarmingly illustrated with photographs specially taken for the purpose in the famous silk-raising districts of Friuli, in North ern Italy. The breezy log of "A Yacht ing Cruise in Scotch Waters," with numerous sketches of tho same, is con tributed by Commodore John MacRae, of the Brooklyn Yacht Club. Other not able illustrated articles in this brilliant number of Frank Leslie's aie: "Won ders of tho Edison Kinetoscope," by An tonia K. L. Dickson; "Among the Ved dahsof Ceylon," by F. Fit. Roy Dixon; 'The Mechanism of the Stage," by Arthur Hornblow; and Irving Allen's delightful Winter paper, entitled "Tho Best of Seasons." Short tales of uncom mon excellence aro "Deli !" by Nora K, Marble; "The Mystery of the Forty -sec ond Street Murder," bv Champion Bis- sell; and "Tho Story of a Nail," by Char les V. Cusachs. m BY MAIL pitoOceaJ $m I S A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEAN keens -direct of tl.o timo. is nil r... spects. It spairs neither pains nor expense in securing ALL THE NEWS I AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE. The Weekly Inter Ocean AS A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY. E3TH has something of interest, to each member of the familv. Its YOUTHS DEPARTMENT is the very best of its kind. Trustee's Sale. Wlierea. l-ouis Ilalbert ami Ellru his wife, by their tlt-i-il ot trust, tlateil the of Deeeii:lit'r.ls9J.a:iiI retortlett in tlie ret- office oMItilt County, Missouri, in book T.'i Sr.. conveyetl to Thomas Stnrv as trusi the following dcMTilietl real estate, situate, lung .-tint being in tlieCoimty of Holt ami State of Missouri, to-uit: Onebuudreil acres ot land in section (Hi) nineteen, tlescribeil as follows: Coninienel'i at the northeast corner ola tract of lanil bought bv Jacob U'apnoiier from Ora H.ilLinl on the line of said section (19) nineteen, thence south to the Missouri river, thence ivest parallel with said last mentioned line far uaiudi to include one liiiiulretl aen.'. more or less, of land all in township (ft: sixty to, of range (1) forty, all Kiiiand Ileum in said Holt enmity, state of Missouri, known as the McCrady land. Which said coaieyance was made, in trust to secure tin pamt-iit tf a certain promissory note in salil deed ot trust described, and where as, default ha been made In the payment ol of said noii and the Interest thereon; ami i liereas.lt was and is provided in said deed of tnist, that In case of the absence, death, re fusal to act, or disannul- in any wise oi said trustee, tlie then actiu: sht rlfl of Holt county. Missouri, inisiit execute the powers of said trustee: and whereas. sv.id trustee, Tlinmas Slorv has refused to net us such !r,'.'MTe.V.inn5w-.,ii,i'rr.f 'T.'..,f .,,!;,Veqli I!.' THJTkK OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO. THE NEWS AND COM- pursuance of the provisions f said deed oi trust, I. tin: iindersisned Sheriff of Holt coim- ly, .Missouri, aud as sucn trtislce, win on TUESDAY, I" EIIItUAKY K. 10, PetweeiUhe hours of ten o'clock In the fun-i noun and five o'clock In the'altrnioon or said lav. nt the north door of the court Imti-e.lii tlie city of Oreirtm. In Holt County, Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. or so inucli of said real estate as may lie stiflleieiit to iuv said note. Interest and costs of this proceeding the sale to lie at itiiiiicauciiKii to me mgiiesi onuier lorc.isn m land. ( II AUI.KS K. KDWAHDS. SheriOof Holt County, Trustee. Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup relieves that soreness and smothering sensation in your lungs. Safer, surer and quicker than any medicine on the market. Every bottle guaranteed by your popular druggist. J. C. Philbrick, Oregon, Mo. Us LITERARY FEATURES are unequaled. POLITICALLY IT IS REPUBLICAN, and trio it r..a.Ur-t of the ablest discussions on all live political topics. It also gives js ot tne uoriU, IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER. the benefit them THE MERCIAL CENTER OF ALL WEST OF THE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS. AND IS BETTER ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OF TIIK PP.OlT.Kni.' Til r SECTION THAN ANY PAPER FARTHER EAST. It is in nccord with tho people of the West both in Politics and Literature. Please remember that the prico of the Weakly Inter Ocean is ONLY ONE Or. i-arkhnrst's New Wont. Dr. Parkhurst has coined u new word, and its aptness nnd clever construction aro quite likely to make it famous. The eminent reformer's word is "Andro mania,"and of it he says: "There is an element in the feminine worid that is suffering from what I shall venture to call "Andromania.' The word is not an English one, for the reason, I suppose, that tho English lan guage makers never supposed that wo should need such a term. It is con structed on the same "principle as the worn 'Anglomania, v.-tucri means a pas ' sionate aping of everything that is Eng lish. 'Andromania' means similarly, a In Soi itty anil the Courts. Judge Valliant's decision in the Opel case has a value which passes beyond the application of statute law to facts. In ono passage he lays down a rule which is good in social as well as in legal judgments. A woman, he 6ays, may suffer great wrong from the interpretation put on tho circumstances of her behavior; but when the circumstances are of heruwu making or permission she is responsible for the interpretation. In judging a woman's purity of char acter, neither a court nor society has usually any facts except tho facts of conduct. It may be unjust ' to decide from appearances, but unless appear ances govern, there can very seldom bo nny decision. Both the law and society do argue from conduct to character. Every girl and every boy should be taught from the first that there is t:o safety in risk ing tho inference from appearances. The logic of society and the courts is that a person who indulges in certain conduct indulges in other conduct. Therefore, the rules of evidence do not requiro proof of tho worst. 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A was cast of the face of Napoleon was made surreptitiously the night af ter his death by an attending physician Dr. Arnott. It was sold by him for 615,- 000 to tho King of Wurtemberg, from, some years later, it was stolen, and put on exhibition in London. Then it was secured byNapoloon III., on the pay ment of a ransom of $20,000, and kept with great care at tho Tuileries until, during the violent days ot the Com mune, it disappeared. Two reproduc tions of this remarkable cast, one in full face and one in profile, will appear in McClure's Magazine for February, anu its story will bo told by tho man who had the cast in his keeping while it was at the Tuileries, Baron do St. Pol, for merly private secretary of the late Em peror Napoleon. Four iiij Successes. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for consumption. 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