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or a woman wno works, sooner or later ms to build up her strength with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. If you suntr from nnr-karbe, nervousness, fainting- speus, or sleeplessness, take the "Prescrip tion. " It Is woman's special tonic and nervine. It's A marllefnet that: douos op, invigorates, regulates, and cures. It lessens the pains ana burdens of child bearing. If it doesnt benefit or care, In " female complaints" and weaknesses, yon nave your auvucgr unci. SvP-v-rnmci:: Dear Slr-I have taken the Favorite Proscription " and I can recom nepd it to any body that suffers with any fe male disease. I have tried soveral doctor's prescriptions but none did me the good that jvia uiu. i ours respocuuuy. Horse Owners! Try QOmDAULT'S Qtic t .ft It, ttlr mi W.bt Is. The "Safest, lint CLISTZi? sver c T... oplsc.cf all llnlmenu for nv: i ori-i-to.-. ci -teraoves au Bnncties or '..-"....? rr .(.- .- oa MPER35aFJ A1.L CAJTF.H rsry bottle sold ! wriint.-l lo clic ... . si nc f)l.80 per botuo. Sold br i-e. -.. SBiey express, cbar7sial j. nit civ I ia -or if ssfw ena xur etiimr ,-s. WANTED-SALESMEN. HS3 n1eTdu7srrvrocJ"TTIuiiot make you rlrli In a moiitli Itut ran site toll Meady ein- pluyiiipiit and ulll pay you well for it. Our prices correspond v.ili the times. Write for Irrius :ni(l territory to TIIK HAWKS M'KSKRY CO. Milwaukee, Wis. WANTED-A FEW MORE BOOR AGENTS in Hits and niljui.iliis counties for Our Journey Around the World, A limn' new book hv REV IltANCIS 1 4.I.AKK . I'n-st. iif tin- Culled States Six of ("liristiati Endeavor The best cliam-c to make mouey eiemnert'd to all who want profitable work. A good Agent in this vicinity ran earn f 100a mmtli. fJp-llUtaiire no hindrance, fur we pay freight, give credit, prcinliiiii copies. twrv fiuiui, aim ffciusive icrruory ror par ticulars, write to A. I). WOI.THIXOTON & CO., Hartford, Con RUPTURE. Meehan" Aantomiml Iliipture Appliance (similar to the Sherman expiruti patent) will he sum ui yon o express i;. u. i cor me rmuerii price nt ?iuw. send stamp ror descriptive rliciitarattd a measurement blank, to W. 1". MtbllANSM Itmad .ay. New York. (Twenty jean assistant wiin .1. A.iMienuan.) Pe CUrfeMter'a EaaUaa BUmI BraaaL NNYROYAL PILLS ertglaal aa Oaly eeaalae. art, alMji nliaU. UkDirs ui Drsnu tor fkrur MU Dim-, moil Brand la He and ail BMsiao1 in.MMvtibUnrilibaa. Take euer. jumMtfrnocrottamftazim. tfuma for twrtlealu IMtlnMUU and 'CMratttwCaeaitcalCa-SIaalMa tHrteVe. SfAll. 1 0.000 TlmMlkll A-un. wmwii mua, fa. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ICImuefl en4 betitif.ef the hIr. ProiHotefl ft loiurUot jrowth. Never Pall to Bcttore Gray Xlair to ita YoutUful Color. Cure calp dmr Jt hair lalling. Ufa j?aaiMiii?iHWiiMMJ Le ParVeraOinrcr Tonic, it mm the wnrrt Omrh. Wtk Junt, IVbilirr, InJirrttion, lin,Takc intitnr.McU. HiNDERCORflS. The orlr mir enr for !omi. u iliio. 12c at Urut itls, or U1SCUX Jt. CO-, 24. Y. For Sale. Well Drill; Automatic Self-Cleaning Process. Capacity .500 feet; a lot of Oil Well Socket Joint Caoinc; chest full of select Tools. All in good running order. Will sell nt a bargain. Reason for pel! ing, I have two machines and can't run both. Inquire of I. C. RHOADES, Xew Point, Mo. WANTED A MAX. In every section to sell staple goodi tn dealers ; no nediilinc: exDerietice unneeesary: liestslde Hue. S75.00a month. Salary and expenses or I ante commission made. Address, with 2 cent utainp for sealed particulars. Clifton Soap and Manufacturing Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. COPYnlulitOa CAM I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to HUHN Sc. CO who have had oearlrllhr jemn1 iii-iI.ii ii tn h. mi Ant 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 im CnraailDli ttoasstnetlyeoofldantuL A Haadboek of In formstloa eaaeemlns; Patents and bow to ob tain Um Mnt rre. Alo a catalogue or mechio- WBiatMaraenuwjiiooaaaHizvv. Fatsots taken taroacti Hmra ft Co. reeelva special notice tn toe Heientlte Aaierleaa, and tass are broniat widely before the public wlth oct coat to the Inventor. This splendid Paper, lamed weekly, etecsntly Ulnitnted, hu by ftr the targest etreslation of any adentiac work In the world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. . BaUdlng RUtlon, BOTithlr. tUO a Tear. Bttutle eoptes. tla cents. Kvery n amber contains beau tiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new homes, with plans, enabllns builders to show the latest dealmM and secure contract. Address Jtt'MN S CO- EW XOBK. 3H1 BBOADWAT. It Soaks Into the Flesh right down through the fevered parts to where the inflammation is rooted. That is why Mustang Liniment 'cures all aches and pains of man or beast." If it evaporated or re mained on the skin it could not cure. That is why volatile extracts fail. Theycan'tgodown through the inflamed parts. Mustang Liniment owes its success to its power of penetration. There is nothing mar velous about its cura tive powers. It is sim ply a few common sense ingredients combined in'a way to make pen etration possible and insure a cure. Mustang Liniment has been used for one half a century. Write for "Fniry Story nook," illits traUsi, ako "Hints from n Horse-doctor's Diary." 15oth books mailed free. Lyon Manufacturing Co., 43 South 5th St., Urcofclyn, N. Y. fa torn it Lot Nodaway Township. Nodaway township was one of the two original divisions of Holt county when the same included all of Atcliipon county, and a portion of the fitiilo of Iowa, embracing a greater portion of the present areas of Forbes, Nodaway, Hickory and Clay townships. It was rocucetl from time to time by the creation of other townships and at the organization of Hickory township was circumscribed within its present small limits or about five miles square, and with the exception of Lincoln is the smallest in the county. Tiie first settler to plant his Jacob's staff in this township was Frank Nick ells, u brother of Robert and Frntik.who settled in that portion of Nickoil'a Grove which lies in what is now known hs Hickory township. Robert Nicltells was the pioneer, und his eon Frank settled in that part of Xickells Grove now in the present limits of Nodaway township. Oakley Morns settled there in 1810, and A. C. Revnn iu 1611. Among the other oarly settlors we mention J. W. Jones, EIniK, Townsend, Hurril nnd Mcllrin Kvans, Henry Patterson, Jno. and Gott- tleib Meyer, David Tompleton and Jno W. Kelley. Templetion hud four sons, one of whom Monroe, located near the site of what was nfterwards the town of Richvillo. John Norville settled in the township in 1847. After thesH cumo Jacob Kunkel, Henry Marion, Alexander and W. Jonos, Dan Ilolman, Kphriain Adams, Willis Itrnckman, II. J. Hollister, Hiram Shatzer, Jesse Carroll, Richard Itark hurtit. Holt's first representative in the legislature liyed iu this township and n 1R12 occupied the so. qr. of 23, CO, 'XI One of the earliest religntiM orgunizn. iotiRof the county was nlTeutud in Nod- awiiv lown.-tliip iu Iain. I inn was the Missionary Raptist, with Rev. Elx Tucker as tho first pastor. In lSfiO they built a brick church on u piece of land then owned by Frank Nickell. and donated bv him for that purpose. It stands nn the south boundary of tho Re. qr. 8, CO, 37; tho land we belivo is now owned by Gottleib Meyer. The church was stvled XickelPs Grove church. Tho church was not complet ed by reason of tho breaking out of the war, and as a large number of its mem bers wore Southern sympathizers, they left for tho south and the church, by tin; fortune of wnr, went down. At the close of the war a number of Germans settled in the neighborhood. Shortly nfler the Itaptinta effected heir organization, tho Temp'etons nnd Evnnses, became interested and effected an organization of the M. E. church at Richville, with .Tame;: I laker a; the first minister. They built a brick structure 40x30, in 1855, some five years b.'fore Richvillo was laid out. They held a enmp meeting in this township in 1814 on tec tion 27, 00,27 on tho farm then owned by David Templeton. Tho Evangelical Association limit n rick church an the Joseph Annolnient farm in lsOs. 1 his structure was desl roved by a wind storm in 1879, and the following year n frame uilding was erected. The originnl members of this church consisted of Henry Smith, Henry nnd Daniel Zach man, Joseph Anselment, Wrich Ulrich and Adam Rung. Roy. Ilonry HnsB was the first minister. The German Methodists orgnnized from tho congregation in Oregon in 1P33. Thoy built a frame structure in 1881, nnd it was given the name of Emnuel M. E. church. It is about two miles east of the Evangelical Associa tion church, and stood on the Jacob Kraemer land. Rev. C. Herman or ganized this congregation nnd was its first minster. Among those who com posed the original members were: John IIoneker.Adam Smith, Chas.Hilsenbeck, Martin Yetter, Jno. Planalp, Geo. Hor- necker, Fredkraemer, Jno. Kaltenback, Wm. Opel. Jno. Bidder, C. Michael, Jno. Meyer, Jno. Battz, Ulrich Burger, nnd red Meister. '''ho wives of these gentlemen were nko members. James Scott, now one of Oregon's most highly esteemed citizens taught the pionor school of this township; it was of hewed logs nnd stood on the farm owned by Jno. Kunkel. It was owned at thnt .ime by Jacob Kunkel. Tho session nets of 1843 granted the privilege to build a mill dam, to Jacob Gingery, Michael Summers nad Barney Harper, and here was erected the Hollister mill, one of tho first flour ing mills of tho county. This was in 1847. Tho original building was de stroyed by fire just before the civil war, but was afterwards rebuilt. A. G. Hol lister, the owner of the mill, represented this county in the legislature from 18G2 to 1SGG nnd constituted one of the famous committee of seventy sent to Washing ton to secure a more radical policy in the conduct of the war. Hollister nfter wards removed ta Santa Barbara, Oil., and is now dead. Some time in 1SG1 a toll bridge was uilt at tho Hollister point, which was the second bridge built on tho Nodnway in this state, the first bridge being built by the county, by n Mormon nnmed Woodnut, at section 30, and was soon ashed away. The old stnto ferry is nt this point. Ellington's ferry, which had been es tablished some halt mile nbove these mills in 1811, was moved down to the ills this was about 1S13. The rapids of the Nodaway extend across from the southwest 24, CO, 37. Trade's or Harkhursl's ferry was located there. The old original road from Sa- annnh to Oregon crossed at this point. In 1842 tho river was fordable at this point, which was on the farm of Hon. Rich. Harkliurst; this ferry was the first established by law in Holt county, and was granted to Mr. Barkhurst by the county court nt its March term, 1841. Ansolment'a mill stands on 17, CO, 37 and derives its name from Joseph Ansol tnent, who owned the land where it was built. The mill was originally built by Henry Kunkel in 1850 and wns a water power mill. In 1872 n grist mill was built, a two-story frame struc ture. Besides having the Lefel turbine wheel, it had a 20-horsepower steam en gine This mill has since been aban doned. Richville is the only twn within the present limits of Nodaway township. It was laid out bv Thomas Templeton. His son-in-law, n Mr. Gregg, was tho first to soil goods there. A mnn named Dresden succeeded him. Walter Lloyd started a store there during the war and sold goods as late as 1878. toe brick m. K. church is the most important building in the immediate neighborhood. In its best days it never contained more thau live families, and it never en joyed the convenience of a postoflice. Doctors Norman, Thorp and Dozier did the medicul work in the earlier days. Henry Hornecker, who was killed in the civil war, and m. Cook did the blacksmithing there in 1847. In this township was planted one of the largest orchards in the county. It was set out by Jubez Beaumont in 18C5 nndcovered the entire quarter section 18,00,37. In 18C3a tire stalled in the tali grass near by communicated to the orchard and destroyed 85 acres of apple trees, b. C. Nuzum, of White Cloud, Kan., now owns the pluee. There were 840 acres in this farm and was sold by Mr. Beaumont for 326,000. Nodaway township had the distinction of having the first and only prize fight recorded in the county. The fisticuff occurred in 1843, and grew out of a dis pute between Frank Nickells and I. W- Jones over some land. Seconds were chosen, n ring formed and some 200 per sons made up the audience. Nickells won the battle and ho took possession of tho land without further dispute. The Discovery Saved His Life. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.. says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best result follow its use; that he would not be without it, it procurable. G. A. Dj ke- tn an Druggist, Cutskill, N. Y., suys that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubted ly the best Cough remedy; that ho has used it it his family for eight years, and it lias never failed to do ail that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at Clark O. Proud'a drug store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. Where the Diamond Came From. Wo have only co go back from 1717 to tho beginning of the century to start with tho first authentic appearance of the IZegent diamond, in letters and documents of Thomas Pitt, Governor of Fort George, near Madras, India. Tradi tion has it that the marvellous Etone was discovered by a slave at Purteal, a hundred ncd fifty mileB60Uth of Golcun da; that he escaped the rigid inspection external und internul (by purgatives und emetics, to which nil nt the mines were subjected by the native princes, by concealing the gem in a wound in the calf of his leg; that he escaped to the sea-cost and offered it to nn English skipper, but that in lieu of payment ho wns murdered nnd thrown ovorbond; that the skipper sold the great gem in the rough to the diamond merchant Jamchund, or Jaurchuud, for a thous and pounds, and shortly after, porhapB from the effects of rum and an evil con see nee, hanged himself. Whatever tho truth of this double tragedy, the stone, in the first authentic record, certainly appears in the hands of Jaurchund, and (Offered for sale to Governor Pitt of Fort George. Charles Stuart Pratt, in September LippincottV. Catarrh Cannot be Cured. with local applications, as they cannot reach the sent of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you muiit take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack niedicinn. It was prescribed by one of the best pbysiciana in this country for years, and is a regu lar prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect com bination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in cur ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Weight and Yield of Eggs. Geese, 4 to tbe pound; 30 per annum. Polish, 9 to the pound; 150 per annum. Bantams, 1C to the pound; 100 per an num. Houdans, 8 to tho pound; 180 per an num. Ln Fleche, 7 to the pound; 130 per an num. Hamburgs, 9 to the pound; 200 per an num. Turkeys, 5 to the pound; 30 to CO per annum. Gume fowl, 9 to the pound; ICO per annum. Leghorns, 9 to tho pound; 200 per an num. Black Spanish,? to the pound; 175 per annum. Plymouth Rocke, 8 to tho pound; 150 per annum. Langshans, 8 to the pound; 150 per annum. Brahmas, 7 to the pound; 130 per an num. Guinea fowl, 11 to the pound; 100 per annum. Ducks, 5 to the pound; 30 to GO per annum. Six weeks ago I suffered with a very severe cold; was almost unable to speak. Air mends all ndvised me to consult a physician. Noticing Chamborlaiti'a Cough Remedy advertised in the St. Paul Volks Zeitung I procured a bottle. and after taking it a short while was entirely well. I now most heartily re comtnned this remedy to anyone suffer ing with n cold. Mm. Keil, C78 Selby Ave., at. i'aul, Minn, t or Bale at Clark O. Proud's drug store. Burlington Route Schedule of Re duced Kates. Round trip tickets at reduced rates will be Bold on account of following conventions: Knight Templar conclave. Boston. Mass., August 26th to 31, one fare. G. A. II. encampment, Louisville. Ky., September llth to 14th, one fare to St. Louis, and one cent per mile be yond. Excursions to not springs and south Dakota, June 7th and 19th, July 13th and 19th, August 2d and 23d, one fare, good thirty days. For particulars regarding above ex cursions, apply to your local agents. Ueugs Tropical OH. The wonderful liniment for Sprains, Bruises, Rheumatism and all deep seat ed diseases where a powerful liniment is required. Ask for nnd be sure you get Beggs' Tropical Oil. Every bottle war ranted. Sold by J. C. rbilbnck, Ore gon, Mo. Severe griping pains of the stomach and bowels instantly and effectually stopped by DeWitl's Colic and Cholera Cure, sold by T. S.Utnde, Oregon, Mo. Circuit Court Docket. The following is the docket of the il ol l circuit court, which convenes this city, Monday, Aug. 2G, 1895: CIVIL DOCKET. THIRD DAY, WEDNESDAY, ACC5. 28, 1895. William Dobbins, exparte. Applica uon lor au mission to the bar. David C. Reeves, ex-parte. Applica uon tor aumisBion to the bar. Glenn B. Roseberry, exparte. Appl cation for admission to the bar. State by Collector vs. KanBns City St. Joseph & Council Bluffs Railroad (JO. Tax suit. State by Milton C. Brumbaugh, Col lector, vs. Kansas City, St. Joseph & Council Bluffs Railroad Co. Tax suit. Thomas J. Emmett vs. Robert S Meyer. Suit on note. b red Roland vs. James Roland. Ap peai iroai J. if. kdith Brodbeck and Edward L Brodbeck. Nellie Lyons and Dan Lvons her husband, vs.Margaret Carder,. Jonas waison. jr.. ueorce Watson and Wil nam P. Watson. Partition. FOURTH DAY, THURSDAY, ACO. 29, 1895. William Leaner vs. Henrv C. Linvillo Suit on note. (Change of venue from .Nouawny county.) w Uliam iu. Kedmon vs. W. b. Thomn son o; uo. uivn action. W. S.Thompson nnd James F. Bridire mon, partners doing business under the hrm name nnd stylo of W. h. Thomnson & Co. vs. William E. Redmon, George nenry volimers and Koselius. Civil action. Calvin M. Guilliams vs. William T. Griffith, Robert Montgomery, Albert Roecker. Civil action. Dundee National Bank vs. S. I Bunkor, A. E. Smith. Suit on note. John W. Barker vs. A. S. Smith N. E. Elliott and J. R. Price. Appeal from d. l . FIFTH DAY, FRIDAY, AUfi. 30, 1S95. Giles A. Laughlin, Public Administra tor in charge of the estate of Benjamin Clift, deceased, vs. W. B. Day. Forci ble entrv and detainer. Appeal from J. P. J. B. Stalcup vs. Sherman Rose. Ap peal from J. P. L. P. Sentney vs. L. H. Luckhnrdt. Appeal from J. P. Rank of Mound City vs. A. L. Mc Pherson and William C. Andes. Suit on note. State by M. C. Brumbaugh, Collector, vs. Don Eggleston und unknown heirs of Mrs. W m. Perkins. Tax suit, C. C. Catron ys. German Insurance Company, of Freeporl, Illinois. Dam age. SIXTH DAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1895. Laura lloltgreve vs. Henry Hultgreve. uivorce. Mary A. Cantonwino vs. Alexander Cantonwme. Divorce. Francis Foster vs. Samuel Foster. Divorce. James C. Tracey vs. Nellie Trace v. Divorce. Mary Mayhugh vs. William Mayhugh. uivorce. Biddy R. Whittaker vs. Wilbur W. W hittakcr. Divorce, Jennie II. Marshall vs. J. Foster Mar shall. Divorce. Meliesn Bender vs. Walter Divorce. Sarah C. Patrick vs. John W. Divorce. Henry Molter vs. Francis C. Bender. Patrick Molter. Divorce. Jack Hart vs. Maggie Hart. Divorce. 0 SEVENTH DAY, MONDAY, SE1T.5. 1 2.0 18 James Wells vs. Henry ers.Vollui Forcible entry and detainer. Henry Volimers vs. Charles Puter- baugh. Forcible entry mid detainer. F. X. Raiser vs. Cornelius Hoblitzell. Suit on account. F. X. Raiser vs. Charles Vincent and George Meredith. Appeal from J. P. EICIITII DAY, TUESDAY, SKIT. 3, 1895. Fanners and Merchants' Bank of Craig vs. Isaac Griffith. George Meyer, Jr. Suit on note. William Leeper vs. Pleasant M. Pas chal. Suit on note. Mattie J. Davis and James Phillip Davis vs. John C. Hinkle. Forcible entry and detainer. John Alexander vs. Kobert Taylor. Damage. Oscar Banks nnd Wtllio Banks. Ada Banks and Bessie Banks, minors, by their next friend, George Nuzum. vs. Catharine Gnlbraith, William Banks, Lewis Banks, Walter ISanks, Annie Banks, Tracey Banks, Henry Banks and Mntthew Banks. Partition. Nancy Zachary, John E. Zachary, Thomas A. Zachary, Cora D. Zachary and Ella Wilson nnd Daniel Wilson, her husbaud, vs. Pleasant W. Zachary, Frank Zachary and bdith Zachary, a minor. Partition. Cough nnd Cough nnd Couch. But if you desire to stop coughing. try Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. It re lieves instantly, and will effect a per manent cure quicker than any cough cure on the market. Price 25, 50 and 81.00. A positive guarantee with every bottle. Sold by J, C. i'hilbrick, Uregen, Mo. Thinks of the Absent. Young Saphead Does your sister ever speak of mo? Johnnie ISot exactly; but she often argues with the new girl about it not bein' wicked to stay "not at home." Puck. Persons who are subject to diarrhoea will find a speedy cure in Do Witt's Colic and Cholern Cure. Use no other. It is the best that can bo made or that money can procure. It leaves the sys tem in natural condition after its use. We sell it. T. S. Ilinde, Oregon. Break it Gently. "Have you read thnt article on how to tell a bad egg?" No, I havn't, but my advice would e, if you have anything important to tell a bad egg, why break it gently." Ameri can review. Cholera Morbus is a dangerous com plaint, and often is fatal in its results. To avoid this you should uso Do Wittls Colic snd Cholera Cure, as soon as the first symptoms appear. Sold by T. S. Oregon, Mo. Couldn't Withstand the Raise. "I paid you $5 to vote for me!" "Yes, Buhl" "Then why didn't you do it?" "Well, 6uh, you eeo hit was dis way. Do yuther feller, he paid me 810." Easy to take, sure to cure, no pain, nothing to dread, pleasant little pills, De Witt's Little Early Risers. Best for Sick Headache, Billiousness, Sour Stomach and Constipation. Sold by T. S. Hinde, Oregon, Oregon, Mo. Thus far the recent Indian troubles have not been charged upon "the crime t 1873." nnd yet the IIorr-Hnrvey gab feat is aver. Hot weather proves depressing to those whose blood is poor. Such peo ple should enrich their blood with Hooi'd Snrsaparilla. It is a wise provision of proyidence that those persons who have tbe most miscellaneous assortments of views haye tbe least influence. Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup relieves that soreness nnd 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. TELL55EREI My Clothes are wfoter, my Health better, my Labor lessr 4m &BE5T, Purest mkbi BY St Louis Hade Ladies' Fine Footwear. Latest stylos some ns made for St. Louis and Chicago Fine Retail Trade. Only best makes of leather aro used, put together in tho most reliable manner by ho. l workmen, ask lor theso siioea nnu eeo flffiiro "five" with star on each 6ide cut through leather near top aa shora on shoe; ulso find name on lining of shoe. SOLD BY Progressive Dealer in Each Place. GREAT VALUE FOR LITTLE MONEY. The New York a twenty-page journal, is the leading tiepubiican family paper of the United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPElt and gives all the gen eral news of tho United States, It gives tho events of foreign lands in n nut shell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country. Its Market Reports are recognized authority. 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In addition a valuable eiicravlnp Is ntven -nr- ul-.'ni . r ip-nnir tlir-w two rs months, making the total value of the clfis .llnriLut'd cier lfli". "I- !t-i f r el Sscribers In August Is given below, and the list Tor V- isn.rcr -still he :i!.n..i:iiec.I Sviitem- ber 2. Th first TO and the l.-u-t J subscriber during Augurt h .-rod correct n Snrtn to the question "Win-re dors thu Word liift" llrst o-ir 111 t'i Hlhle?" will ba awarded. In the order their answers are received, tbe following one thousand ss special gifts: FIRST 70U S 1st Correct Answer One year scholar- snip, inciuaing ooara at 'ne Castle," Miss C. E. Muon's School for Olrls and Young La dles. Tarrrtown-on-Hudson. New York. Unquestionably the most beautiful Eastern school far g!rls.5S.H J One year scholarship Clara Con way Institute. Uempnls. Tenn.... 209.00 1 Scholarship Barnes Shorthand fchool, Arthur J. liarnes, lrest., t. Louis 1M.C0 Life Scholarship Watson's Busi ness College (successors to Led dins Duslness College). Memphis, Tenn.: W. T. Watson, Prln 150.00 fr One year scholarship Central Fe- raale College. Archibald A. Jones, rest.. Lexington. Mo 116.00 f One year scholarship complete Business course (actual business Fr ractlee and practical bookkeep. ng. with banking). Jones Cora- merclal Collere. lYln.. St. Louis. j. u. ionm-r. St. Louis 100.00 rshlD Eastman TJuslnesa T IsotKiiarshlp Coll.-re. Pourhkeen.l M Y 1M1 M a Complete course New York Col- I.,. A. M AA " ..(....im. ........... ......... iW.W 3 S Course of Shorthand an.) Trpe- niui, j ones' uommerciai col lege, St. Louis 100.90 10 Bcholarshlp Christian College. Memohls up cnnstian Brothers' 100.00 IfH.nO TH.OT es.oo 11 -scnoiarshlp K. C. (Mo.) Hue. University, It Scnolarsnlp French or flei 1J Walter A. Wood Cyclone M rxnan.. ower. ss H-iB sine year scholarship Frrinc- field Normal School. MO. s?lringneiu. 1M.M tn.m C.1.M It Sprlngrield Farm Wagon.. bv eacn. SS 17 New Home Sewing Machine. 18-W Round TrlD Colorado Springs via Jiissoun facinc lil.13 each.. 109.(0 LAST 300 Manr answers will enme In late from S United States, and ln order that these muy als. receive handsome gifts will give to 1 the last S00 subscribers sending correct answers (envelope to bear postmark not later than ss August 31. 1S35. and reach ItepuMio otfice not later than September 1. 1S5I), the fol- ss lowing nanasome ana valuable fc-i.t.-i: Last correct Answer One car scholarship Baptist Female Col lege. Lexington. Mo.. Itev. W. A. Wilson. President SS00.00 2 Course Memphis Keeley Institute. 201.00 S Scholarship (same as No. 3 1st 7CU) 1W.C0 4 Scholarship (same as No. 4 1st T.O IGo.o) 5 Sclinlanihlii fsame n. Vn. r. l.f Tnttl 1!'. rtt IS Scholarship (same n.s 1st TOO) 100.00 7 Scholarship (same as No. II 1st TOu) b.00 8 Scholarship. French nr (Jerman.. TO.od Scholarship (same as No. 14 1st TOO) 61.00 10 Ticket Colorado Spgs. and return. 54.20 11 Ticket to Denver and return 4t.i) Unite.- 1r4n tn llt.nl. V-.. I.L. n . ", 1J Oold-filled Hunting Case Wrtteh.. Si.frt 14 Steamboat trii 12 lWSHoine Course Shorthand. S10 ea 2J.00 l. lair i-ine upera uiasscs s.uo SUMafART Total rslue of l.onrl Special rrior to August 1st, 1S.MT.10; : Total value or SSS5.)7.j: Total value or Spe clal Clfts to b- Sgratinss, National Capitol, etc. xi eac I.. 5 EVERY SUBSCRIBER SENDING AN ANSWER Subscribers sendlnr ar.s-eers too late t- -Ww i. . i . . . - n-1 . 1 SS HANDSOME ART KNGrAvi.si;. c.nHllng of the NATIONAL CAPITOL . urroundM SSby a handsome border, embellisi.. d tti'n IoHTi:AlT. OF KVEItY PHESIDKNT OFTHH 3 SSUNITKD STATES, printed on extra rjuiuj- paix-r: slJ- l,x21 Inches, worth ONE DOU S LA It- Each person doslrlns to contest for one or tie special gifts lifted above must send Sin not later than August 31 an answer to the question printed above. s! r. v r. tt 1 I.K 11.1 1:1. .i I tiJirA.ir.i in . v V be published In the issue of September 12. lStC C Address! The Twlee-a-Weest Kepnbllc, Repnbllo Dalldlnic. St. Lottls. mWIHsHMNMHIM WHWHHIlHinillrlHIlIHIIIlIIHIIIIrliHIHIUlll IIIlIIIIlIIIIIlHwWitl SINCE 1 USED Soap S Most Economical SOLD EVEKYWHERE MNKFWRBMGOHPM.St.Loub, WEEKLY NEWS OF THE WORLD FOR A TRIFLE. Weekly Tribune us to offer this splendid journal and R 0HLY $:5o, ADVANCE for tho two papers is 8250.) BEGIN AT ANY TIME. to THE SENTINEL. card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Room 2, nnd sample copy of THE MiW ORK to you. ROYALTY ITSELF. ijiiiiiii:itii:iiii:iiiiirnti:i;iin::?ti:!:i:iiitiii im: at se.WT.11. hiv Kn rilMrllmted to sul- Till: ST UTiS KKITIiMC alio sent In gifts: 2t One year scholarship Ihierary o- partlncnt) Klitlt.t remale Lextruion. ":.. Rev. V.". e l.olir A. Wil li Hound trip tick.t to li-nver via Biirlini-ton IcoM Fine flriscch-l'adltis Shotgun -51 Hound trip to Cotijn Stnts Exposition. Atlanta. ;a.; vli L, & N. nnd N., . SI. L. H7.: OT.2) ech 2S Cold Filled Hunting Case Watch 2S-;oM Filled Hunting Case Watch 27 China runner Het SteamNiat trip 25-31 Hamcs home course Instruction ln shorthand: Slo each 22 Pair Fine Oriera Glasses rrtsi!-ni M.W 3 41.04 40.03 : T4.40 : SS.tl SS.0) 2S.fi.) 1J.OJ 20.00 ; 8.V) 37.W i .' : s.oo : .oo ; S.04 i 3.00 : 33-3T Oraphle Atlas of World; tT.Mea .1 .JIIO I...1H. tl.mln.lnn . H karat M.'alitr Itltle. 40-S.lld Cold Bine. 18 knrnt 41l!rt..lii!rloti 22-Calll.er Itlfle 42-Flt? iM.llar (Jold Flee 43-67 sui.serij.tion to .vorin Ameri can Itevlew; S. eaeh... .......... 129.00 3-S2-xforJ Teachers Bible: S3 each 75.00 M-I12 rolltlcal ami O.-nrraphti-al Map I'nlted hlatea 111 coi..r. Ii each. 151.00 112 Set Itoers T.ll- :;i-mns . ... 4.&) 114-123 lilt lingers" Tea k.-ns. SI ea 20.00 124.W-8M.niIed Thimble, ii each.. S0.O0 ID-Ill Kln Umbrella. S2 each 10.00 144-I4S Miniature Atlin and ;jietier lln nna ij?eii?er eich J.TS SS n: II e.o h 2J.04 H Ling; SI eaeh 151.(0 SE or worin. ti.i 147-171-It i Ct ore 172-222-Flne Kncntv "iem's Fair. IV.,. riet. 7 to U: si.- fot In pre!ni'n". 11 each 200.00 E2J-t2S Fine Hrxra vine; si each 1H.0O gj7.f.im.ll.ir ivn-kage Old Coon Pmoklng Tobacco; 11 each C9.00 Oe-700Ono Bilvcr Dollar each, t.00 1 GIFTS: snhscrllrs -ho reside In remote parts of the 18-J1 Graphic Atlas World. JT.53 ea. 21 Solid (.old Blng. lvknr.it 22 Bemlngton 32-callber Rifle Zi-7 Sub. North Am. Bevlew, SI ea. Tl i:..M ':it.-h Charm 25.50 S.00 4.00 ; 25.00 ; S.0O : El-Si Oxfonl Teaclirs Bible. SS each. 50.00 : 29-111 Ceo.-l'i.litUTil Man L. S.. S3 ea. 100.00 5S Pet Hoeets Tahle Spoons 4.S0 60-64 Set Itiigecs" Tea Spoons, SI each 15.00 0',-One Hold Coin 2.50 e-T5-Oold-tilled ThlmMe, 12 each.... 20.00 7t-7-Flne Umbrella. SI each .0S 79-81 Miniature Atlas World. SI.25 ea J.TS S2-94 Fine Bngrtvlng. SI each 1S.00 93-104 B & a Corset. SI each 10.00 103-204 Ticket St. Louie Fair. SI ea.. 100.09 MV 2T.4 Fine Kngravlnr 50.00 7'i-"S.V I'kit. Old Coon Tobacco. SI ea 41.00 li-ft One Silver Dollar each 5.00 Olfts to be awarded for answers received r-is-ciai -mi. to o- kuch uhiiib awmi. s-lten during Septemre,r Jl.l3i.Si; ii.ojJ ii,w. jii.ztJ luiAiA .....v.-j. RECEIVES A GIFT. secure c.ne of the first 700 special gifts and ..-i. I j. npMnte1 iltTrine- Atiirtl.t. with Si Impossible Possible. A few years ago and then the electric motor was a doubtful affair. Later it was practicable on level routes then beyond a slight incline it was agreed that it was imponible in the nature of tilings for it to bo ueed over g-eater elevations. Now on the fifth cf August ints thousands of people in San Fran cisco were taking the electure cars on Fillmore St. merely to enjoy the sensea- tion of going straight up and down. according to report, and the electric motor is used there at elevations im practicable for the old cable system.' Beggs' German Salve is the most ner- feet Pile remedy eyer put on the mar ket. Cures where all others fad A postive guarantee with every box. J. C. t'hilbnck, Oregon, Mo., your pon'ular druggist Keeps it. The leading article in the. September Harper's will give the impressions re ceived by Mr. Richard Harding Davis during a recent overland journev in Honduras, undertaken for Harper's Magazine and Harper's Weeklv. Tho title is "Three Gringos in Central Americo," and the paper will be attrac tively illustrated. Besides Honduras, Mr. Davis' travels included Nicaragua and Venezuela, and other things he saw in this interesting quarter will bo told in subsequent numbers A lady at T.-Mleys, La., was very sick with bilious colic when M. C. Tisler, a prominent merchant of the town gave her a buttle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says she was well in forty minutes after taking the hrpt dose. For sale by Clark O. Proud, druggist. A Capital feauttiro of Harper's Weekly in tho immediate future will Le a series of humorous papers entitled "A House-Boat on the Styx," written by John Kendrick Bangs and illustrated by Peter Newell. Adventures nnd con versations ic the lower world are the themes nttacked by this brace of humorous talents, and the distinction of tho defunct persons whose doings and sayings aio recorded leaves nothing to be desired. Beggs' Little Giant Pills! Beggs' Little Giant Pills! Beggs' Little Giant Pilld! Keep the name in mind when you want a perfect nnd honest pill. 40 pills in each bottle. All others have from 25 to 30. Sold by J. O.Philbnck. Beautiful toilettes for the later sum mer will be given in the August issues of Harper's Bazar. Everything will have a light, bright, charming outdoor effect, befitting the season. "A Subur ban Episode," a clever and timely story by Anna Wenworth Sears, will nppear in tho Bazar dated August 17th. Children, especially infants are soon run down with Cholern Infantum or "Summer Complaint." Don't wait to determine, but givo De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure promptly, you can rely on it. Use no other. Sold by T. S. Ilinde. Oregon, Mo. The September number of tbe "Stan dard" Delineator shows what can be done by enterprise nnd talent. The num ber is larger by sixteen pages than any previous i6sue, yet the same fine quality marks tho workmanship throughout. Ono of tho principnl features, nnd perhaps the most attractive, is found in tbe colored fashion and millinery plates. Of the latter thore is but one, while there nre three of the former, all showing the very latest styles in cut. color, and material. Fifty pages are devoted to new patterns nnd following these are lively articles on many inter esting subjects. Among the latter is an interesting chat about bicyclmg sup plemented by a handsome half-tone engraving showing a charming and novel costume. Hairdressing, manicur ing, interior decoration, fancy work, china painting, all receive due attention, the books of the day are ably reviewed, costumes for 'school children are dis cussed and illustrated, baby's health and wardrobe are sensibly written about and a tiemely article on bulbs and fall flowering plants is contributed by Mr. Ebon Rexford, the well-known authority on tho Bubject. The Modern Woman is a pleasant contrast to tbe general run ot articles or the feminine, and in fact me enure number deserves un stinted praise. It Docs not Cost Any thing. To try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific cure of an diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druggist our guaranteed plan. Soly by Clark O. Proud. sttomacb and liowei Complaints are best relieved by the timely use ot De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. Insist on having this preparation. Don't take nny other. Sold by T. S. Ilinde, Oregon, Mo. Farm for Sale. 120 acres, four miles north of Oregon, I all in cultivation, good orchard, plenty of water. Will be sold at a bargain. W. II. IlAVDEN. W.L.Douclas FIT FOB AKHtfle COBDOVAIi) fWTmtMiUOmmm. i.2.W0rsKIN(MDjV Kan v OvsrOtM W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes AIIooralM Tby givs Um besrt vslas fee tks sasasT. Tksy sqaa ce-stoea Sasss ta styta sad m. lWrwsssoi:rtsslltsafTsssrcssssi TTsa peicsM ara artsrsa. sf sif sa-HS Prom Si to S3 saved over ether saakes. Ii jour dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by Healers everywhere. "Wanted, agent to takeexclnslvc sale for this vicinity. Write I at oace Don't Scold, o- 1 . . . the Cook, Too tnay have a poor Store, Not if it's - CHARTER OAK, For they can be relied upon to do .. .. a .-. .. .. .. Good Work. AGENT, OREGON, - - MO. -.sL. .oBM .stssssHLA. SEAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH t UPLISIIKI) WKKKLV BV W. II. RICHARDS. ORKllOX, MO. Atetracter and Negotiator of LoaBL Transfers for the week ending Aug. 17. ISU5: ' WAIWASTV UK-VIM Henrv llrrst'li anil uifiMtrustiM In Lfvi mi o.iiiiiui .-K-mmt-. n-juirfl lut " Mock '1 llfs-L-iMi ... ... .... n isaik-1 ann. 1111 uiocfc.2. I.aski II & ("ii. aililitiiHi i-i-ilo- Jolin IC. Tav lor atiil wife to J. wVsIinr..n U rtht-uI-ttay.M-cllim SS.&.3T . i J. W.sUoturilaml wife tti Ji'linTcTaiior! sw Ji unit ii w se st't lliiii is. 5!.37 2j 1. A. Landers ami ulle to Siley Kueves. MO Mart iiw sf 33. lit. 3 Ceii. 1". Lurkliarilt ami lie "tu "Kaiiifi re ne. 4 Itf-liw acres iu w ; ne (W. in. AlleGrein.ry ami wife Iu U l French. 5 acri-slu Iiel7.CJ. 40 . lacol. ltusli el alio .1. yr. Vogsn. 1-B e ii siv :a i.i i " 1 41C SO 300 3160 Will 00 Nancy Clinsmaii to Asa" Sharp w"." acres 3W P. I.--- .Selilot7liai!rr to Dorothy Sclilotzliauer etal Nancy C linsmaii to As SliarnVVatres hi a square, mv corner 7. iy. S3. w. w . icott aa.l ifu to America Lawaon. Interest lu 7'i acres ne 10. Sy.3SL. .. . ,iisikii.ri':rif .iiisenn iveniailils. 22 acres ui mv i o, 770 . r-.Mt'cleainl wile to Jose).li New lands. IT. ILS-tftl .1 r. In ,axi Lr ... n. , .. ...... .... .. O.. . . ..... HI uuiiio iraiiinartter aim u lie 10 win. and John Stephenson to John Slnaik. sv; acres iu ne nw 7. 0). 33 I Caroltiie,i:nli ami luislianJ to James V. 10UO 43 or e 5t sw st, m.s . L. I". Sentney to U II. Luckhunlt twnlver 300 w ....nil,; uw i..ow,oa , I. . Ilrch ami nlfe to W. A. i'.rouiiine iU. .i .-. ... 12 :t e s -t.UJ.W.. ....... . - t E. J. McMUNN, CONSTABLE at FOREST CITY, MO. Collection promptly attended to. - Order of Publication. STATE OK MISSnUUI. I i;oumy 01 noit, In 111- Circuit Court'of saM rnui.tv An-ttst term, lfU5. BM.Iy U. Whltaker-rialiitlir, vs. Wilbur V. Wl.ltaker-Ilefendant. At this Mil 1l.1v of .lulv. 11'.. rs.iiiBs th plaintiR herein, by Henry T. Alkire, her attor ney, before the iimlerslj;iieil clerk of said court tn vacation ami Hies her tietition iml affliiavlr. alleging among other thing that the above named defendant Is not a resident of tbe statu of Missouri: Whereiiwin. It is ordered bvtlin rlerb. that said defendant be notified by publication that .1.11111 m n. is coiuiiienceu a sun a'ainsi Dim in bis court, the otiiect and eeneral nfun nt which K that plaintiff seeks to be divorced from the bonds of matrlmonv contracted with defendant on the 1st day of January, 1SSJ. on iiiegniuiir..siiiai ueiemiani lias deserted and ihaiidoued tilalntilt without a rpnsotiAlitn eiti fer the hpace ol more than one year next before the filing of this petition, and that un 'ess the Kald Wiltmr V. Whitxliee be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof. to be begun and holden at the court house in tbe city of Oregon, in said countv.oii the 2Cth il.tv of August next, and on or before the Cth day of saH term. If the term shall so long con-'.liiue-and If not. then on or before the last day of sain term answer or plead to the petition In said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, ami Judgment will be rendered ac cordingly. And it Is further ordered, that a copy hereof be published, according to law. tn Tub Holt Oountv Skxtinel for four successive weeks. Ihelast insertion to beat least fifteen days be- mrtr me saiu niu nay 01 August, ikjo. wuv. a.ui.Kis. 1 ireuit tactic. A true copy from the record. Witness mv hand, and the seal of the Circuit skai.1 Court of Holt County, this 8th day of July, lce GOUT. MORKI9. Circuit Clerk. Onlcr of Publication. STATE F 5nSSOUl.I, I Comity of Holt f85 In the Circuit Court ot said countv. Aneust term, liW. Jennie II. Marshall. Plaintiff, vs. J. Foster Marshall, Defeudant. At this 1st day of July, 1K95, comes the plaintiff herein, by John Kennlsb. berattorney. before the undersigned Clerk of said court In vacation, and files her petition and affidavit, stating among other things that the above named defendant is not a resident of tbe State of Missouri, and has absented himself from his usual place of abode, so that tbe ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served upon him. Whereupon It Is ordered by the Clerk that said defendant be notified by publi cation that plaintiff has commenced a suit against him hi litis court, the object and gener al nature of which Is that plaintiff seeks to be divorced from the bonds of matrimony contract ed with defendant on the 27lh day of January, lSSo,on the giouDds that defendant has ab sented himself from tho plaintiff without rea sonable cause for more than the space ot one year next before tu-: filing of this petition. Plaintiff further nravs for the rare and en-tro lly of the minor children born of said tsurttsge. And that unless the said J. Foster Marshall bo and appear at this court at the next tenn thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house, in the citv of Oregon, In said county, ou the 2filh day of August next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to tbe petition In said cause, the same will be taken as confessed and Judgment will be rendered accordingly. And it Is further ordered, that a eonv hereof be published according to law ln Tiiic Ilm -e County Skstixkl for four weeks successively, thu last insertion to be at least four weeks be fore the first r!ay of said terra. ("OUV.MOURIS, Clerk. TIIE STATE OK MISSOURI, ) v otiniy ui uon. I. Gouv Morris. Clerk of the circuit iT-mrr ne Holt conntv. aforesaid, berebv eertifv that tho above is a true copy of the original order cf publication, in the cause tbereia named, as the same appears In mv nfllcv. Witness my hantl as clerk, and tbe seal of said IskalI court. Done at office In Oregon, this muayoi July, im-,. GOUV MOKRI3. Clerk. Glass! .Quick. There's lots of snap and Tim In- this HiKSsj nooTBrZK. There's Inta of pleasure and rood health In It, too. d. Melons drink, a Umtst- once drink, a home. made drink, s drink that delights tho old and young. Ba nra and get the genntne IIIRES'Roolbeerl 15 ml tecttjn snlei 5 flTVas. S14 rrwyrrliers. THE CHAS. E. HIRES COMPANY. PMIIAOILPNU, PA. sssrs 5yes.weakEyes ISFLAalED : Also STYES, TUMORS, liATIU.NS, LLtERATIOSS, etc. rERMANKNTLY CUBED BY nn, jacksoh's IND?A?5 EYE SALVE.. V-e afflicted. A aa.'e. '4 - ?sntremedv. -iifti. rnUtsta; Kjo .-i.-sif ;iitf oreu- i. i l .v.r Pilti. Fever Sore. Alrt.-. - ., ilundiorSaltllheum.'t .1 :t AT 25 CUTS. 8H0RTHAI1D rougSlytangB!!T53 TTpewridflg. tgoafc htfi inm Mill Pen ji .n.lim rKw Ue teachers, 899 iradents. Shesp b Builaui-- CoarrL aad the finest Comtniercial Colleg. a A-Bcnca. braorxaers reaouy sejrare sit. aanoas. Beatmfnl IDnMrated tcstalogtss SKSJC. JSUUCCS3 i-.. nUAJbM.A, . 1 (HUEU k. CrajnCTtyB7iaiaasuiOoll(sre,QTi1 . j i ts u,Teei?u.u T mp -reslata TSteSir. Hair to lta ToeaafalC ISUSSBSg .11mra lirastiic. lot 5,(00 is-iuu acres) ne ?4.3l. ia.3Sl -ism. f. Shipley to t:. W. Oaken. Ints 1.2. 3, i. 5. 6.9. 10. 1 1. 1' 13. H. IS. IK. lil.ieL lit b-x I 1 1 ' 1