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OKEGOX, MISSOUKI. Issued Every Friday. TEF.3S: $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 00BYNS & CURRY, Publishers Friday. .Inly 24. 1 !). Ip wo make a new pound, of only hulf tho present weight, will a new pound of butter briuj; us much money as the pres ent pound? I ih.i: capital will not invest when there iti danger that the dollars it lays out will be repaid in dollars having half the purchasing power of those loaned. Suppose we make the bushel of only half its present capacity, will one of the new bushels of wheat still sell for the present price, or for only half lis much? Thk word "dollar" has meant in busi ness, the value of 23.22 grains of gold, ever since the passage of tho coinage law of 1331, excepting the period from 18C2 to 1873. Qui: gold coin is accepted in any mar ket in the world at the equivalent of its face value, not because of the mint stamp, but because the bullion in it is worth that amount. Hox. Chauncev Ivks Fillky seetns to be the Idol of the St. Louis Republicans, lie was chesen ns delegate at Inrge from that city to the Springtield convention, by a rising unanimous vote. The political demagogue points you to the fact that wheat sells for 81.00 in Mexico, but fails to tell you the reason for it is that a silver dollar is only worth 50 cents of United States money. Add the Communist appeals to the in iliimmablo strike at riches, of which gold is the syuonytn, and to succor the poor by attacking gold's most conspicu ous owners, and free silver issue is be fore you. Thosk who owe a dollar, which for sixty years has been a gold dollar, ex cepting in war time, want the govern ment to put the dollar stamp on the amount of silver which is now worth but 53 cents. Undf.k free coinage the owner of sil ver bullion takes SOOO worth of it to the mint and gets 61,000 silver dollars. Is there a place to which the farmer can take SoOO worth of wheat and get 81,000? Nothing of the kind. Ex GovF.uxon, Wm. E. Kussell, of Massachusetts, died suddenly at St. Adelaide, Quebec, on Thursday morning last, July 10, 18!G. He was found dead in bed, and deU.Ii is supposed to have been caused by oyer heat. The people of this country make their contracts payable in dollars. They do business in dollars. Uncertainty as to the meaning of the word dollar must create doubt as to the effect of contracts nnd trnnnrnl iclrtict i. I I It is not Democracy or Republicanism now. It is simply whether you will march under the folds of Old Glory and wm. McKinley or the Red Hag ond Wm J. I'ryan one represents Americanism; the other Communism. Chocseye. Rich Red Blood is absolutely essential to health. It is secured easily and naturally by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, but is Im possible to get it from so-called " nerve tonics," and opiate compounds, ab surdly advertised as "blood puri fiers." They have temporary, sleeping effect, bnt do not CURE. To have pore Blood And good health, tako Hood's SaraaparUla, which has first, last, and all the time, been advertised as just what it is the best medicine for the blood ever pro duced. Its success in curing Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration and That Tired Feeling, have made Hood's Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. SL n.tt are purely vegetable, re flOOdS PlllS liable and beneficial. 23C. The People are Tired. The people of this country, irrespec tive of politics, have tired of the present Democratic administration. The work ing men are tired of it because of its tariff policy, which has injured industry harassed trade, reduced wages, and thrown tens of thousands of them out of steady work. Tho taxpayers are tired of it because it has been adding to the burden of debt through its bond issues. The farmers are tired of it because they feel the burden of the Democratic hard times keenly. And there are shoals of voters tired of it because it has demon strated that the promises made during the campaign of 1S92 were glittering sophistries which could not stand the test of experiment. The look back and recall that, under the Ilarison administration, the coun try was prosperous. Work was plenty; wages were high; the national debt was reduced many millions. Then Cleveland came in and forthwith money was tied up; work became scarce; wages droppen, and the national debt was increased many millions. Xo wonder they desire a change. They realize the error into which they fell in 1692, in listening to the voice of the Democratic siren, and they are eager to vote for McKinley and prosperity. Hiicklcu's Arnica Salve. The Uest Salve in the world for cute Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum- tever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd nli Skin Erup, tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per. box. For sale by Ulark O. Proud. Tuki::: is much nonsense about this cry "demonetized silver." The diction aries define "demonetize" ns " to divest of money standard; to withdraw from use as money." The United States has never withdrawn silver once stamped from use as money. She has today CIO millions of silver, and ever dollar worth 100 cents. writes, T have used One Minute Couch Cure for six years, both for myself and family and I consider it the quickest acting anu most satifactorv Couch Vyure i nave ever used. Sold bv 1. S. ... i mnue. This country failed to add 3 per cent to the value of silver and make it equal to a ratio of 15 to 1 with gold prior to 1831, and it failed to add C per cent to gold and make it equal to a ratio of 1 to 1C with silver subsequent to 1810. Tun advocates of free coinage of silver object to estimating the value of silver in gold, but all international trade is luciuui&u u, tritium ui Kutl i(J raaue r what system wo adopt, unless our inter national commerce is abandoned, our dollars will be actually measured by gold even though we fix them upon a silver standard. It is silly to say that gold is the only redemption money of the United States If a man owes a note at a bank be can pay it in standard silver dollars, and so of all accounts in the United States, un- cover' 1 ovve nO' I" re. Was less otherwise Buecified in confront JPPO and tried all the The Discovery Saved his Life. Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Beavers- ville, III., says: "To Dr. King's New Dis- taken with physicians The Democratic Revolt. Does the great old Democratic party of this country intend to submit quietly to such an outrage? Does the Demo cratic party intend to submit to have its principles eradicated from the politi cal arena of this country ami its banner trailed in the dust after the car of a populisti': and free-silver hero? We do not believe it will. There is life in the old party yet. Its ranks are purified from the vulgar Socialist from South Carolina, Ben Tillman, us well as from the violent Anarchist of Illinois, John P. Altgeld. Austin,(Texas), Statesman. V The Weekly has from the first insisted that the money issue is paramount in this campaign, and it will therefore sup port the candidate of the Republican party. It believes that the welfare and tho honor of the country are involved, and that the protection and mainten ance of both are largely dependent on the election of Mr. McKinley, because his party has promised the country that it will preserve the existing money stand ard, and will defend it from the assaults of the selfish, the dishonest, and the ignorant persons who controlled the Democratic Convention at Chicago. From Harper's Weekly. The gauge of battle has been thrown down between conservatism, business prudence, and honest money on the one side, and wildcat finance, reckless re pudiation, panic, and disaster on the other. The former is represented iu the Republican financial plank, '.ho latter i that labelled Democratic. Tne matter now rests with the yoters, and there is little doubt ns to tho outcome Nov. 3. From the San Antonio Daily Express, The Democratic Convention has turn ed its back upon all the old time and cherished principles of Democracy, and it has adopted for Democracy's platform every ism nnd dangerous heresy that has emanated from the disordered brains of all the cranks that the troubled period since the war has produced. From the Richmond Times. V We do not understand how conscien tious Southern Democrats can follow the leadership of such blatherskites as Bryan and Tillman. From tho Vicks burg Post. We will not stultify our record by ad vocating the election of the nominee. We are Democratic; this platform an ticket are anarchistic, socialistic, every thing but Democratic. We cannot join a movement in which Altgeld and Till man and their sort are set up ns npos ties. From the Chattanooga Dully Times. The platform which tho Democrats at Chicago hayo adopted is a remarkable document. It bears the message of in telerance in every line and breaths spirit of defiance hitherto unknown i party utterance. It doee not believe that it is such an utterance as will com mend itself to the sober, thinking peo pie of the country. It is bold nnd yet cowardly; it is bold in declaring itself on the money question, but its cowardice tutui Vh iuihiiiv w:ihii it speaks of the Federal interference. The American people are not fools. From the Jackson News. A Household Treasure. Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Beavers ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King'n New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe nnd tried all tho phy sicians for miles nbout, but of no nvil anu was given up nnd told 1 could not live. Having Dr. King's Now Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle nnd be gan its use and from the first dose be gan to get better, nnd after using three bottles was up and abuut again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial bottle at Clark O.Proud's drug store. I FTIRMTTHRF! I II Remember when you get ready to buy something 4 that we Keep the latest STYLES IN FURNITURE. Of every description. Buy something that will be useful as well as ornamental. It will not cost you any more to get a nice piece of furniture than some fancy thing you may buy, which will soon be de stroyed, and it is then forgotten, while if you invest in a If wo reduce the nrea of the acre by one half, will not the price per ncre be halved also? Shall wo measure values by tho present unit of values, or shall wo by law declare that the unit shall have but about half its present value? Liegislatio.v did not cause silver to drop in 1873, and legislation cannot raise it. The assault upon the rich the insulting innuendoes against Wall 6treot is anarchy, pure and simple. The real is 6ue, christened free silver, is cheap money. J. he candidate for vice-president on tho Altgeld-Tillman ticket is president of three banks, and five times a million aire. lown with banks and bankers. Down with the rich! Down with the supremo court! Down with the United States army. Up with the Red flag. No one country hns been able to keep its gold and silver currency circulating I without discrimination side by side, and no combination of countries can do it, any more than they can mnke a ton of cool wortli a ton of wheat. A ton of coal is today worth say, 65.00 and a ton of wheat 520 00. for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Hav ing Dr. King's Now Discovery in my 6tore I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better, nnd after using threo bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in cold. We won't keon Rtnre or House wunoui it. uet n free! trial uoiue ai uiarK u. rrouu's drug store. Iry a can of Hopkins' Steamed llnm. iny (Hulled Corn.) It is delicious. - Full quart 10 cents. tf NOT A SICK DAY For Over Thirty Years! RESULT of usnro AYER'SPILLS "Aycr's Cathartic l'ills for overthirtv yfiars hare kept mo in good health. never having had a sick day in all that lime. Ueforc I was twetitv I sunVred almost continually as a result of con stipation from dyspepsia, headaches, neuralgia, or boils ami other rnintu-n diseases. When I became convinnnl During President Harrison's admin istration the revenues were ample at nil times for all the expenditures of the government. When Harrison's term closed, there was nn abundance of money, as will bo seen frnm tin follow ing figures, from the monthly treasury statement, issued on March 1, 1803, three days before Cleveland's inuugura tion: Total cash in treasury Kohl 111 treasury Against this there were litild.: sliver ami currency cer- tilicates. fur which tin- coin ami currency is field in ticas- "ry - iiiOij;!,; Miscellaneous liabilities asj&r, sr. S;l.-ai.2o; - I'l7j2t7 nutstandiug: Si.'t.f.'s.os; SKUNK), Am. over the world 'ZIM grains of pure gold nre worth a dollar. The bullion owner is not particularly benefited bv i n .T. -. . , i 'to .uiuo(iu muluus" ,u mi. mini tioes IS to stamp its value, as tho value or price is marked upon othercouiiuodities. Free coinage adds nothing to tho value of gold, but it doubles that of silver. Tin: valuo of tho coin of ultimate re demption depends upon what the bul lion in it id worth in the markets of tho world. The value of tho gold dollar de pends on what 23.22 grains of gold is worth as bullion. If we give free coin- ago to silver at 1(5 to 1, tho valuo of the silver dollar will be just what 371.25 grains of pure 6ilver is worth ns bullion. At present it is worth 52 cents, nnd this goes up or down with the price of silver bullion. Young mothers dread the Surame months on account of the great mor tality among children, caused by bowe troubles. Perfect safety mav h e sured those who keep on hand Do Witt's Uohc Jc Uholera cure, and administer it promptly. For cramps, bilious colic, uyseniery ana diarrhoea, it nttords in stant relief. Sold by T. S. Hinde. SJL"- Hfft 't- SJBJPjSjJJjajp-' ft 3 - . Cash balance on hand This cash balance included 000 gold reserve. The above figures are ofliciiii. A statement of the condition of the Treas ury is issued on the 1st of ench month by the secretary of tho treasury, ami the above figures are copied from that of March 1, 1 SOT. They are correct, tho incoming Democratic adiinnistrii tion would at once have exposed the! falsity. Hence it is clear there could have been no question of needing money to pay running expenses. Bed Room Set. Parlor Set, Couch. Chair. Table. Book Case Cabinet. Frame. Etc. Ycu will get something that is useful, durable, ornamental, and will always be remembered with pleasure. Call and see us for anything in the fur niture line. We will make prices as low as you can get anywhere. 0RE60IX, SCHLOTZHAUER - MISSOURI. PUEVA RATIONS FOR The Great Battle OP NOVF.MIIF.lt 3 ARE AI.KF.AIIY WELT. UNDF.K WAV. A NF.W Presided of the Uiuf ed States IS TO IIK ELECTED, AND TUB NEW YORK WEEKLEY TRIBUNE will, ns always, be found in the tickest of the fight, battling vigor ously for SOUND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES, which will bring I'KUSt'KKlTl TU 1 Mr. NATION. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE is not only the lead ing Republican pHper of the country, but is PRE EMINENTLY A NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER. l'rtlW!Blr?'l'n nftw8 ani' dirillRsinna will intarast. avatv Amor! ah me news or-the day. Foreign Correspondence, Agricultural Department, Market Reports, Short Stories complete in each number. Comic Pictures, Fashion Plates with elaborate descrip tions, anu a variety of items of household interest, make up AN 11'MU r.A.MlLil fAPJSB. PAPER. Wo furniBh "The Sentinel" and Tribune" (both papers) New York Weekly ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50, CASH IN ADVANCE. Address all orders to THE SENTINEL Write your noino ami atlilrm on n okUI rani, w ml it to Oro. W. Bet. Trlli W i'.Tk. f ,,y' ""'"I'l" copy ofTHK NKW YOIIK WKKKLY Mine llii IliI TKIItU.NK (THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. (Established lSTtl.) A Republican Paper A Republican Year. The campaign of 1896 promises to be the most exciting one since 1860. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL prints the news, it is the only REPUBLICAN news paper ol the Missouri valley. For 42 years it nas lougnt the battles of the people. Ilr. Sawjer, I havn used ono hax of Uterine Tailillei and praise It very lilRlily. I know it is what It In reciiinmeiiileil to be. I helive U I cvmtlnuci Its iiho it willcurp me. I have suf ntl for tlirwi yrars with female weakness. that ninc-tcntlis of mv trnnM.. -,. caused by constipation, I J.,.Kan the use of Ayer's l'ills, with the most satisfac tory results, never having a singlo attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife, who had loeii an invalid for years, also becan to usu i'Ayer's Pills, and hcrhealth was quickly restored. ltli my children I had no ticed that nearly all their ailments were preceded by constipation, and I soon had the pleasure of knowing that with children as with parents, Ayer's rills, if taken in season, avert all danger of sickness." H. Vettstki.v, Bvron, III. AYER'S PILLS Highest Honors at World's Fair, flier's Svuparilla Strenttm the Sjifea. Last summer one of our grand chil dren was 6ick- with n sevo.-e boivel trouble. Our doctor's remedies had failed, then we tried ChauilierlainV Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Uomeuv niiii.ii Kove very tweeny renei. we re tfard it as the boht medicine ever nut . . . ttie ninrkel for bowel complaint. .Mrs. fc.. (.. Itregnry, Fredericksiitn, M(. Tins certainly is the best medicine ever put i t. . . un me murKei. lor dysentery, summer complaint, colic and uholera infantum in children. It never fails to give prompt relief when U6ed in reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed. I Many mothers have ex-preseed their sincere gratitude for the cures it hut- effected. For tale by Clark O. Proud. "Three-fourths of tho men who are ior iu to l hunostly believe Ihnt they are working for success and prosperity, but they are deluded. The success of free coinage means, to begin with, the worst panic we ever ha.L rrdin.i-o.i i. black ruin and ten years of hard times." WA NTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL rreuaent, Drawer F. Chlcif o, TlU. Dr. A. P. Sawyer: I Iisvp hum with rlieumattsin and luue trouble for a num ber of years, can say I never had any thine heln me like vonr Kamllr Can'. Mm u' ' part, Lena, Ills. Sold by T. S. Hlnde. Reduced Subscription Rates. Daily and Sunday, three months . . Daily and Sunday, one year Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr $1.00 4.00 .50 Send in your name to the Journal, City, Mo. Samples free. Kansas In Revolt. Below will be found a partial list of leading Democratic Journals who have bolted the Chicago-Altgeld-Tillaian Democratic ticket. Most of them urge their party to vote straight for McKinley: NEW ENGLAND. Conn Hartford Times. New Haven Register. New Haven News. Windham Co. Reformer. Maine tiewiatun Sun. Machias Register. Mass Boston Herald. Boston Globe. Boston Post. Fitchburg Mail. Holyoke Free Press. Lowell Times. Sitlem News. Springfield Republican. Milford Times. N.Hamp're.Manchester Union. R. Island. . Providence Journal. Vermont.. .Bennington Reformer. MIDDLE STATKS. New York. New York Herald. New York Times. New York Evening Post. New York Staats Zeitung. New York Sun. New York Irish American. Brooklyn Eagle. Buffalo Courier. Buffalo Inquirer Troy Press. Utica Obrsever. Syracuse Herald. Yonkers Gazette. New Jersey Jersey City News. Elizabeth Herald. Trenton Times, Newark News. Penn Philadelphia Record. Philadelphia Times. Easlon Express. Wilkesbarre Waechter. WKST. Illinois... .Chicago Chronicle. Chicago Staats Zeitung. Chicago Abendpost. Indiana Lafayette Journal. Wabash Times, Iowa Sioux City Journal. Davenport Democrat. Michigan.. Detroit Free Press. Minnesota. St. Paul Globe. Ohio Dayton Times. S. Dakota. .Sioux Falls Argus Leader. Wisconsin. .Milwaukee Journal. La Crosse Chronicle. Milwaukee Seebote. SOUTH. Alabama.. Mobile Register. Montgomery Advertiser. Florida Key West Equator. Delaware.. Wilm'ton Every Evening. Key West Democrat. Georgia... Atlanta Journal. Kentucky. Louisville Courier-Journal, Louisville Post. Louisville Times. Louisville Anzeiger. Lexington Morning Herald, Louisiana.. New Orleans Picayune. Maryland. .Baltimore Sun. Baltimore Nowp. Missouri.. .Kansas City Star. St. Louis Anzeiger de-Wes tens. S. Carolina.CharIeston News-Courier, Tannouiui ritflltanivwrn Times. Memphis Scimitar. Nashville American. Nashville Banner. Texas Austin Statesmen. Dallas News. Galveston News. Virginia... Richmond Times. Petersburg Index-Appeal D. C .Washington Post. Washington Times. W. Va Charleston News. okrman r.U'F.its. Chicago Staats-Zeitung. Chicngo Abendpost. Louisville Anzeiger. St. Louis Anzeiger des Weal ens. New York Staats-Zeitung. Wilkesbarre (Pa.) Waechter. Davenport (la.) Demokrat. Milwaukee Seebote. "ab it a uncK were lying in my stomach" is tho description by a dys peptic of his feeling after eating. inis is one or tne commonest symp toms of indigestion. If you have it, take shaker Digestive Cordial. Not only this symptom, but nl! the symptoms of indigestion are cured by Shaker Digestive Cordial. so many medicines to cure this one disorder. Only one that can be called successful, because only one that acts in simple, natural, and yet scientitice way. bnaker Digestive Uordial. rureiy vegetable, anu containing no dangerous ingredient. Shaker Digestive Cordial tone up, strengthens, and re stores to health all of the digestive organs. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to 81.00 a bottie. Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pflk will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache. dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. The Baltimore American talks right ont in meeting when it indorsee the money plank of the Republican convea ticn at St. Louis by saying: "Tte Re publican party has always stood for sound money, and there will be no sur prise among the masses of the people, whatever may be the consternation of the Democratic press, that it stands un flinchingly for the gold standard today. The money plank of the platform leaves no loop-hole for attack. It is as clear as honest language in the mouths of honest people can make it." What a wonderful contrast between the Democracy of Missouri in the days of Benton and the Missouri Democrat? in the days of Bland. Benton was the incarnation of honest money, and for thirty years in the same senate led the tight for the Missourians. Bland is the incarnation of the titty-cent dollars. How the bones of "Old Bullion" will rattle in their grave. Uhaniuerlain s Uough Remedy etires colds, croup and whooping cough. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by Clark U. Fraud. Ilr. A. I. Sawyer. Afli-r usin ono box of the l atillfs 1 tliiil iiiju-li mure ly CunM. My ca.se nan ieeii ireau-u - several ikm'iiiik. i.ucy uitner. Kanvu, ill, noiii uy i. . iiiihip. Set the wheels of industry to turning, and the good money will begin to cir culate. In the Stiring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts or DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and invigorate the system, bold by T. b, Hinde. F. M. GREEN, Physician & Surgeon. OREGON, - - - - 225 Dealama All fop irv : fks Iirm eellcctloa of nMiti dedcas ftti pAtUtea la ur areUSetajnT boot the .world, a c&nrcb dlri, laUflon U C0L0NIAL HOMES . . MdadgatUstt., or bath aseka ftr tictt. JLar cdltteat) of HFRRFRT P. RHIVFHx In tart IIWIVMI VI wihimiwi m VIIIIWVIJ m mac M MUd, or rtr latcadtac 'inuMiiiTOttuiHem." aMBBBBaBBaVaL-dt aWlML wi I ST. LOUIS, MO. SPRING VEHICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Don't write trm rktiliwn. mt Jt . .. . . . . r-- uuu . wmi kst n.wM ana see tne venieisA. descriptkras. ss""i mtgm ana t3frag wagons ol all OTJB, RETAIL PRICE IS ifi'HUi vanPTSB wrrrvr.vniT-E' W guxmte mil of oar (Wi. fozTof WHQTiffllATiE. HARME'&a or ALL fllinn LACLEDE WACOM A CARRIAGE CO.. 1 403 M. Mromdway. tr. toots, no. J. R. KEARNEY, FHYSICIJlliSllEEOI. Oregon, Mo. Office North looms over fi. n. Proud's drug store. Residence first door east of Schulte Bros. Dr. A. P. Sawver. Havlnc urd vnnr !.- tllles, ean say I am cured of ulceration of tne "t- SP'&M"-81- Lea. SS. Cloud, Minn. Sold by T. S. Hlnde. Dr. W. H.C. Sterrett, CORNING, MO, AH calls answered nromntlv day F.W.Walter's st thing. Office over 1 or store V7M. KAUCHER, J. P. Pension Business a Specialty, Office over ZaehmsD's Grocery Store. . . . OREGON, MO. Thf. Mexican silver dollar contains 377 grains of pure silver. The Amer ican silver dollar contains 3714 grains of pure silver. Hence the silver in the Mexican dollar is worth a little more than that in tho American dollar. The Mexican dollar is worth no more in Mexico than here. Its value is simply the market value of the pure silver in it. Mexico is a silver standard country. Tho free coinage fellows wnnt the United States to drop to the silver standard. Then our dollar would be worth only its value as bullion. It would buy a little less than a Mexican dollar. The reuson our silver dollar buy h u much us a gold dollar now, is that the government pr.iL-iioally redeems it in gold. That i.-. the treasury will exchange greenbacks or Sherman noted for silver dollars. you then take the notes and have them ro deemed in gold. Did you ever think how readily the blood is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health nnd premature old age. De Witt's Little Karly Risers, the famous little pills, overcome ob stinate constipation. Sold by 1. b. Hinde. MISSOURI Office over Phiibrick's barber, shop, front room. Residence, two blocks west of Kreek lira's store, formerly oc cupied by Dr, Butler. C. W. LUKENS, D. S. S. A. L. Wooster, a prominent citizen of Osseo, Mich., after suffering excruciat ingly from piles for twenty years, waa cured in a short time by using De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, an absolute cure for all skin diseases. More of this preparation is used than all others com bined. Sold bv T. S. Hinde. WANTED A MAN. in rvery wet ton to xrll staple good to dealer ; no petitions; ejperienee unnecessary line. n.VuuaiiKinlli. Salary large couunl-tsimi made. Ad bestskle and eiuenses or dress, with 2 cent stamp for sealed particulars. Clifton Moan ami aianuiaciuruu: iompany.i;inciniiaii. mio. Order of Publication. STATE OK MSSOUtt. l County ol Holt t In the Circuit Court. Amu-it Term. IKK. Klla M. l-eek. rialntiff. vs. William T. i-eek. Defendant. At this day comes the plaintiff herein, by Henry T. Alklre. her attorney, before tile un dersigned clerk cf said court In vacation and files tier petition and afli.laitt. alleclinj. among other in win. inai ueieimam is noi a resilient oi ine State of Missouri so that the ordinary process of law cannot lie served upon him. Whereupon. It '.t; ordered by the clerk, that said defendant be notified by publication that plaintiff has commenced a suit against him In this court, the object and geueral nature of which is that plaintiff seeks to be divorced from Dental parlors over Moore JtSeeraan store, Oregon, Mo. All the lates im proved methods and appliances in use PRICES REASONABLE ! J. T. THATCHER, At. D. Ilomoconatliist antl Surgeon. "OFFICE OVER P0ST0FFICE. Special attention given to ORIFICIAL SURGERY and ITS RELATION TO CHRONIC DISEASES. OREGON. - - MISSOURI the bonds of matrtmouy contracted with defen dant oa the tun day of September. A. IK. Ikai. ou the grounds that defendant was guilty of such cruel and and barbarous treatment as u endanger the life of the plaii:tl!T, and offered plaintiff such Indignities as to render plaiutlff's condition In life intolerable, a iCaid defendant was guilty ol such conduct as to couttltute blm a vagrant In the meaning of the law respecting vagrants. Plaintiff further prays for the cam and nustodv ot the minor chllareu bom of the said marriage, and that unless the said William T. Leek be and appear at this court at the uext term tbereofao be begun and holden at the court house. In the city of Oregon, In said county, on the 24th day of August, next, and on or before the sixth day of said term. If the term shall so long contliiQne and If not. then on or before the last day ot said term answer oi plead to the petition in said cause, the samf will be taken as confessed and Judgment will be rendered accordingly. And It Is further ordered, that a ropy hereof be published according to law In Tiir Holt Couxty Skxtixbl for four weeks successively, thw last Insertion to be at least four weeks be fore the first day of said term. THE STATE OF MISSOURI. County ol Holt. f I, Gouv Morris, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Holt countv. aforesaid, hereby certify that tile above Is a true copy of the original order cf publication. In the came therein named, as the same appears in inv ofllca. Witness my ham! as clerk, and these-.il of said IskalI court. Done atoffireln Oregon, this Stud day ot June, tssc. (SOUV MOCKS. Clerk. By IION'ME RKOOKECK. Deputy. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. Mary K. Wales and Wm. II. Wales. Sr.,her husband.b) their deed ol trust .dated the Kli day olJune.lsM. and recorded In the rteor- uersomceoi jiou coiimy, Biissouri. in uook SI,pageS)V.couTeYed to II. K.S. ltobinson. as trustee, the following described real estate, situate, tving and being in the County ot Holt and State nl Missouri, to-wit: An undivided one-half Interest in the Mound City Flouring Milts, together with all undivided one-half Interest in the following described land upon which said mills are situated and limited, tit-wit : Commencing at the northeast corner of the northwest imarterof section six. township sixty-one. range thirty-eight; thence x 91-101) chains south ; thence uort li !! 3 . west live chains; thence north s7 . west five chain; thence south fXU . west 3 91 loo chains; thence north 57. east 15 M-100 chains, except that part sold to Wm. Kvers. Commencing 30 rods and 21 links tuth of the northeast rorner of the northwest quarter of the north west unarter of section six. township sixty-one. range thirty eight; thence south ns. west to the center of Mavis creek : thence following no the channel ot Davis creek to the western line to the orig inal puu ui Aiuunu iirv: iiienco norm following Robert Moxtgomkkt, C.D.Zook, President. Vice-President. Albert Rof.ckf.r, Cashier. TkD Montgoniery &Roeeker BANKING COMPANY, OREGON, : : MISSOURI ESTABLISH K' 1HT1. said line to place ol tx-gtmilng : that tract n! land heretofore sold to the Mound (also excepting west end ot said The oldest Rank in the county. Trans" act a general banking business. Inter est paid on time deiosits. Drafts sold on nil the principal cities of the country and tiiirope. Have made special arrange ments to collect mscay due from estates in foreign countries, the accounts of Farmers, Merchants nnd individuals re 8pectfully solicited. Specinl enre given to anv business intrusted to us. City water works off of the tract oi tana). Which said conveyance was made in trust In secure the payment of three certain prontUtsory notes in said deedsif Must described ;and where as default lias been made in the payment of said notes ; now therefore. I." the undersigned trustee. In pursuance of said provisions of said deed in trust, and at the request of the legai bolder of said notes aforesaid, will on SATURDAY, JULY 25. IKK, between the hours of ten o'clock In the fore noon and five o'clock tn the afternoon of said day, at the north door of the court bouse, in the city of Oregon, in Holt county, Missouri- pro ceed to sell all. or so much ot said real estate, as mav be sufficient to nav said notes, interest and costs ot this proceedlntng-the sale to be at i to tne nignest iiiiiuer Mr cash In II. K. S. ROBINSON. Trustee. Daniel Zaoiiman, President. C.J. IltJST, Cashier TEE CIU' SUE, OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000. Transacts a ironoral bankintr business. interest paid on deposits left .for a speci neu time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Col lections mndennd promptly remitted. Directors: S. F. O'Fnllon. J. T. Thatcher, V. M. Poynter, George An derson, J. A. Kreek, Gouv. Morris, Alex Van iiuskirk. One swallow does not make Soring. but one swallows of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. Sold by T. S. Hinde. Good money, such as we now have, and a chance to earn plenty of it, is what we wdbt. Protection will give ub that chance. 1X7 a Mrrrn. several faithful m AIM XtU neraona to travel in Ma persons izniiea enremm. President, Drawer F. Chicago, 111. Salary fno.OD and exnenses. Reference.. yncinn seir-aoareaBea mm to travel la envelo; Tr. Sawver : I had not used half a box be fore I was relieved, and am now well soreness, pala, discharge, all in this particular, gone, only using one box. I was astonished. I make the statement hoping it may be of use to some poor suffering female. Respectfully. J. M. rease, Reading, Mass. Sold by T. S. Hinde. Tremoivt flofel i 1 D SAMPLE ROOM, Northeast Cor. Main nnd Francis Sis- ST. JOSEPH. MO. Gas. Ebersold, Prop. Good rooms and lieds. One Dollar Per Day. Uest Refreshments Served. All room.s newly furnished. "joe's plage; 112 North Second Street, First Door South of Lutz'e ST. JOSEPH, - - MO JOE OPPENHEIMER PropT. Finest Liquors, Choicest Cigars, Fresh Beer on Tan. Good Pool Tables I extend a cordial invitation to my many Holt county friends to remember mo when in the citv. nr. A. 1 . Sawyer. I think your medicine one I of the grandest dhcnverlestliat was ever made r women. e can never thank ou eHiniKli. Respectfully. Mda C. Itndsliaw. Fairfield. III. .-iii oy i.n. ninile. Order of Pallicalisa. THE STATE OF MISSOURI.; County of Holt. r In the Circuit Court of said County. Augu-st Term. I";. Thomas L. Henry. rinintilT. vs. Slay Henry, Defendant. At this day comes the Plaintiff herein, br his attorney. E. I.. Hart. Iiefore the uiidrrsnrnrd Clerk of said Court. In vacation, and files his petition and affidavit, stalimr milling other ihliiKS that the above Ih-femlar.t Is a non-resident ot the State of Missouri, and that the nr. diliarr process of law cannot lie served upon her. Whereupon II is ordered by the Clerk that said Defendant be notified by publication that Plaintiff has commenced a Miit jicainst her in this Court, the object and general nature ot which is that Plaintiff seeks to I. ilitorred from the bonds of matrimony contracted with Defendant on the :Hili il:iv of Xnveiiiher. ikhv on the grounds that Defendant has abandoned. Plaintiff without reasonable muse fur one wooie year nest before the nunc of this peti tion. And that unless the said Slav llenrv tie and appear at this Court it the next term thereof, to lie begun and holdeu at the Court House. In the (Tlty of Oreeon. ou the twentv- fourth day of August. 'iievt. nnd on or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to the petition ill said cause, the same will lie tak en ss confessed, and Judgment will tie rendered accordingly. And It is further ordered, that a conv hereof lie published accordtiu: tn law In Thk llni.-r Countv Sintinki. for four weekssnccessively. the last Insertion t.t lie at least four weeks be fore the first day of s ild term. liUliV. .HOKKI3. Clerk. Ry RONNIE RRODIIKCK. Deputy. THE STATE OK MISSOURI. I County of Holt. " I. Couv. Morris. Clerk of the Circuit Court nt Holt County aforrsaid. hereby certify that the above Is a true copy of the original order of publication, tn the cause therein named, as thn same appears In my office. Witness my hand as Clerk, and the seal of said IskaiJ Court. Done at office In Oregon, this ii nay oi .nor. i. i:oi;v. MotiitiM ri-rt Ry RONNIE RKODIIECK. Deputy. Dr .A. I. Sawver. I can sav with nliir. that I have been using; your medicine, and that I liave received great benefit from It. and would recommend it to any lady. Mrs. E. J.' favy. Leeshnrg. Ohio. Sn'd by T. H. Hinde. GILESA.LAUGHLIN 13 Attorney at Law, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. CellectlMS and Probate Bmiaess a Specialty. OREGON. - - - MISSOUKI. EAST SIDE - Meat Market asms nenTOTBoes.iLCaL.aKJi Wanted-ln Idea overfalls; Msdasyoar DiiinaMnri; aJawtoBatcatr VB0V mmr um vow WXDDEB5UBX CaTntast Attow D- c ror umt cueu i tanwifc wSsr Dr. A. P. Sawyer: I was sick In bed and my grandfather gave me some of your Family cure ana in less man ten uajs t wem w scnooi Krfectly well. I think It a treat medicine. ta.Logaa. Oalesburg. Ills. Sold by T. 8.1 Hinde. 1 keen on band constantly all kinda of Fresh Meats, and sell as low as the mar ket will justify. Hisbeat nricea raid for Hides and Tallow. Call and see me. East Side Square, Oregon, Mo.