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Comparative mosses. f A few days ag- statement w.s ..-sued in LonJjii t tli- I'.rm-h loss imis far in lh-Si:h U.icr. o. fnun ' ' uplnre ii.st ilie Bo-is have s i Iti liilll:, .l.sal.l.ng or c::j.t uroii. "'I' of tncr armed foes. Nci.il 2 "il.O nave bren KilleJ in balll-. Mire ttmn so l h..ve been wounded. Toe missii.g. ly prisoners of war, number in o tl.au ."1,100. 1 .-IlllJitl.lll to these l..--e-, IIKTf t than 1.O0U have died of dieoiwe. making ( the total loss thus far neatly 10.000. 1 These figures p.esent intciest ig con-1 traats with tli rt-e.ir.la of thf Cn.ted States forces iu the war wiib Spain.1 Then less than :K Americans were i killed. Only nbnut l,a00 kh wounded. But more than C.0OJ died of disea-e. The total wan about half a great as ttie losses of the British in South Africa, but the death list from disease wan six times as large. The Boers have killed fully eight limes aa many British sold iers aa the number of A roencaus killed by the Spaniards. The British wounded are only about thrpe and ni(-halt times as numerous as their killed. In the WHr with Spain the Ui.i ed States had more than lire times as many men wounded as killeJ. We lo.-t no prisoners, practi cally speaking, while toe British have had about 3,400 luken. ThesB con'rasts alio how much more frequent and persis'ei.t the fighting has been in the B er war and how much better the Boers have b-eu shooting than the Spaniard, elivt. Tne great ditTerence in tue number of deaths from diaea-e U mainly due to tne fact that the British troupi have been in camp for a much shorter period than theiime tbeAmericin volunteers lived in tents in the summer of lS!b. Another strong influence operating to uisure a eim.il death list from disease has been the great ditTerence in he.dtiifultices between the chmat of Cuba aud that of South Africa. One region wus exceptionally bad for men of Northern countries, in the hot season, whila the oti.er is very ealubriojs. If the. end of th- war in South Africa is uol very near the final footings of the British lu-ses will be at least A000. That will make the total for the war between this country and Spain look very small. But ours was an easy war, maiuly won on the sea. Kan sas City Journal. :E3SESE5i Pueumuuia is one of the most dan gerous and fatal diseases. It alwas re sults from a cold. Cnainberiain'6 Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold aud perhaps prevent un attack of pneumonia It is in fact made especially fur that ail ment and has become famous for its cures oyer a large part of the civilized world. It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia. Can you afford to neglect your cold when so re liable a remedy can be had for a trifle? For sale by Clark O. Proud. The Best Food for Intellectual Thought. No miu cau vole intelligently unless he thtnks intelligently. In this time of "wars and rumors or war" the greatest aid to intelligent thinking and the best food for intelligent thought is that newspoper which is greatest and best. Important political issues are daily growing more important. An intelli gent understanding of the policy of a nation or a great political party is some thing to be desired, and it is the duty or every citizen to thoroughly inform lfimself upon the leading topics of the day. The Semi-Weekly Republic is the greatest and best of all newspapers. Its telegraphic and cable nens service ex cells that of any other paper. It prints the new news fully; not imaginative oc currences, but domestic and world dis tant, fully authenticated facts. The policies of the great p ilitical par ties are naw being formed and the can didates discuseed. Now is the time to subscribe for the best medium of keep ing in touch with the whole world. The Semi Weekly-Republic. No less worthy of attention is The Re public's Sunday Magazine. It is re plete each issue with the best of special articles written by the best of literary talent. Its beautiful half tone illustra tions have already made it famous and their quality Hnd quantity will T)e pre perved. News features of absorbing attraction are illustrated and enlarged upon in a manner equal to the high priced mnga zines. Events of current interest are 6et forth in entertaining style. There is humor in its pages, too, and for the benetit of the ladies the latest PariB fashions are each week exquisitely illus trated and described. The Republic's Sun. lav Magazine is standard. The sub'scription price of The Semi Weekly Republic is SI per year. The Republic. Sunday .Magazine si-m tier vnnr. Both DBDers are now being offer ed at the very low price of $1.50 for one vonr. To secure this low rate both must be ordered and paid for at the same time. AddresB all orders to The Republic. St. Louis, Mo. A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard sU Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discover for Consump lion had completely cured herof a Lack ing cough that for many years had made lifeaburdeu. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she Bd or this Royal Cure "it soon removed the pain in my chet and I can uuw sleep soundly, something 1 can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe." So will every one who trie Ur idnr-'a New Discovery for any- trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price. 50. and $1.00. Trial b.ttles free nt Clark O. Proud, Oregon. Mo., and G Meyer, New Point, Mo. SPECIAL EASTER 1 OFFERINGS. THE LEADER 607609611 Felix St., ST. JOSEPH, MO. Headquarters for Easter Novelties, such as are interesting, because of their ex clusive styles and small prices. A vast gathering of spring newness at this Big Cash Store, THE LEADER. unni: aoexts "wanted FOR the (ruJnl nd futui-nUtsxteck tier publiih!, Pulpit Echoes OK LI VINO TKCTlTft FOB TIEAD AD I IF. A c'ooUminr Mr. MOODY Nt hermoot. villi Tbrdlmx Monet, Incident. IVnoail Fxpentocet.etc Bu D. L. Moody Aiivir. With a compter hi.torr nf Mt lift hj K. C II AS. F. l.O-s. rulor or Mr Mondy Chioro Churrh tot tn thii. .n- lnlr..irtion t. Un. 1.1 MAM ABBOTT. II. D. lu.tufnM . bfttvttl hint lor A3rau. na tor una. i :- WOKTMMITON X lUrU.1. Ct People Going West or Northwes should not fail to write John PeWitt Division Passenger Agent, Burlington Route. St. Joseph, Mn in order to get the best rates, the best train service and all those travelling comforts which charut:teri7e this railroad. Letters or inquiry will always be answered with that fair dealing which has made the itnrlinfftnn Knute what it IB. the road that can take the best care of you to any CLOAK DEPARTMENT. W open the spr.ng and summer seiuon or HKX) with the greatest stock of ladies ready to-wear-garmenta ever shown in St. Joseph. " We have gathered the very latest styies, most pleas ing effects and mut desirable" concepti ins of the customers of Pari-sand Xw York. MAX TAILORED SUITS. Skirts, jackets, waists and Capes Tailored suits for the street, or for house wear, are shown in endless variety, in all the popular materials, prevailing colors and choice styles SKIRTS. Separate skirt to be worn with shirt waists or silk waists, aro to be had in all tin-up-to-date styles, in smooth clothes, black and col ored novelties. Dress Goods, Plaids, Silks, bro cades. Taffetas, etc. JACKETS. Our immense assortment of correct app.irrl is particularly strong in beautiful spring jack ets, showing the latest trimming effects, new colors and smooth materials. WASH WAISTS. In every imaginable Wash fabric: Percales, Ginghams. Lawns, Piques, etc., made up m at tractive styles SILK WAISTS, lilack and fancy silk waists are more popular than ever. You have choice of scores of t,ty les to match any style skirt. Jacket of Tan Covert, coat back double breasted, stitched and well lined S "I 'JS Jacket of light tan Venetian cloth, satin lined, coat back, double breasted, with cluster, buttoned front s ." !3 Jacket of modeVcnctain cloth, silk lined velvet collar, handsomely tailored, coat back, double breasted, pearl button", price .-? 7 .V) Jacket of Tan and Urown Thibet cloth, satin lined, velvet collar, elegantly made and finished 8 S . Suits of Gray Homespun Jacket,fly front, coat back and well lined, box -pleated skirt 8 ", !lrf Suits of all wool Venetian Jacket, lly front, coat back, stitched and well made? 15 MS Xobby Suits in cither gray, brown or blue Homespun, nicely tailored 8 6 TiO Handsome Suits in gray, black and blue Homespun Eton Jacket, scalloped edge, velvet collar, skirt made with box pleat The tailoring of this suit is worth the price 810 tm Our next lot comprises a large assort ment in different cloths and in many new styles Golf Suits. Eton Suit, regu lar S1.1 value. .10 suits to choose from . !' .".0 We are showing an elegant :i---irtiiiciil of better grades. Evcliisifiies char acterizes this line, as many of thee were designed cspcciallv for us. Prices range 8l." to . 00 SILK WAISTS. 8.-..00. 8'..00 and .-7..VI. For Iiitiid-snnie. new t ueked. rorded :i'.d hem stitched Taffeta Silk Wai-t-, in all the lead ing new shades ami colorings.wilh new -.It-eve and back, and perfect in lit and -tyle. DRESS GOODS. Dres-i Goods, the largest and most exclusive dress goods department in St. .lo.vph offers you the opportunity to choose from the mo-t beautiful assortment of goods ever shown at this place. FREXCil SERGES. :&ti inch, all wool, per yard "joe 10 inch, all wool, per yard :!" 40- inch, all wool, per yard .""c 45 inch, all wool. ht yard I5c DOMESTIC AXD IMPORTED HEX R I KIT AS. I inch, English Cashmere per yard . .. ri.V i inch, all wool Henriett-i. per yard . . . .'!-". 45 inch, Loiraine Henrietta, per yard 5"c 15 inch, Arnold Henrietta. per yard 75c STORM SERGE SPOXGKD AXD SIIK'CXK 44- inch, all wool, per ya d 05c 43- inch, all woo', per yard 75c 45- inch. ( iranitc. 45 inch. Poplin, 45 inch. French Serge. 45 inch. Arnold Henriett i. : Choice. 51 inch. French Cheviot. . zl.m 41- inch, Satin Solid. per yard. 44- inch, Venetian. 15-inch, Vhiped Cord. 45- inch. Siciliian. 40-inch, all wool, per yard -V.'c 40 inch. Melrose, per yard -' I 15 TAILOR SUITIXGS. 51-ini-li. Venetian, per yard -S 1 i5 50- inch, Thibet Cloth, per yard 1 .0 51 inch, Kersey, -H-ryanl 8 1 "0 43 inch. Prunella Cloth, per wml 1 50 51- inch, Venetian, per yard 8 - it) Handsome line of fancy ligitred. Wads Dress Goods, in all the new Lace and Grenadine effects, per ard.5tfc to ? .'! 00 COLORED DK'ESS GOODS. 40 inch. Light (iray lloiie-Him !. Stccial Leader 50c 45-inch Lorraine Henrietta, in all the new colorings, rcd.blue. light gray and old lose. 5ic HO styles from which to .select, containing plain and mixed Dress Goods, Cle-cks ami Plaids 15 inch handsome Vigercaux Suitings ...50c .61 0' the 81 50 inch, Zevdincs, an elegant cloth in new Pastel colorings We are showing a very large assortment of smooth cloths designed for tailor suits and dose-litting dresses, in Venetian. Kerseys, Cheviots, Prunella and Thibet Cloths. These cloths are all 51 inches wide ami range from .ii. oo to $1 ..". DRESS-L1X1XGS and Dressmaker's Fiudings. The high grade ami reliable makes of our linings, combined with our popular low prices, hate won lor this department an enviable reputation. People even, who buv their dress goods matcrialselse wherc. come to this store for their linings and dress lixings. EASTER OFFERINGS FASIHOXAI5LE KID GLOVES. ( 'rcatcst of all Easter Kid Gloxe Sales, Great est in Varietv. Greatest in scope, every line absolutclv new and complete, contracted for monthsago, and now offered at competition less prices. LEVALLOIS ET CIES GUARANTEED KID GLOVES. Including two and three clasp over scams, light weight, crochet embroidery, tun clasp Pique Cape Medium weight. Specr point embroidery All colors and siis. Gloves that same quality usually retails for 8 I 25 E ister sale, per pair .8 1 00 HIGH GRADE MOCHA GLOVES. I 'lack. Gray and reindeer colors, velvet linUh and Tierfect ill cverv respect. Per pair 8 1 15 Avon Kid Gloves,-' dasp.linest French kid Compound. crochet embroidery, her alilic design. Unlimited color assort incuts, cer paii guaranteed perfectly satisfac tory", rmnatchable at the price per pair. 8 1 25 IVrrin Freres et Cie Kid Gloves made of the finest Skins, every known fashion able color, all sizes at 8 1 -50 and 8 1 75 EASTER HOSIERY. Novelties in ladies fancy Polka dot Rich elicit Ribbed Lisle Miws in plain olors. pink, blue, purple, and corn Novelties in lancy stripes, pjaius, en. . in x5c. special per pair and 50e 10c Ea-ter sale price Ladies Riehslicii Ribbed vests, low neck and sleeveless or low neck with wing sleeves silk taped in white, alut ordinarily 15c Easter sale price each c 10t' .82.50 Larlies Silk mercerized vcsts.low neck and sleeveless fancy lace front trimmed with silk :!5c. value for EASTER PARA SO 15. An arrav of Parasols Gorgeousncss. Rutllcd. Ribljoned," Appliqued.Inserted.Tueked Plaited Frilled and lace trimmed, an endless variety of colors and styles froin2 2-, cJ-0. ? up to 81. i3 Lidics high grade shoes During Ea-ter week we expect many visitors in ourshoedepartment.and we're going to offer just two specials that are worth your consid eration. These offerings are the very best made all clean new stock. Ladies lineVici Kid Shoes lilaek tan all sizes and widths. Our regular 8250 shoes for 61 ' Our regular $3 50 shoes for tf2 -0 GOOD THINGS FOR EASTER. The Shapo Belt, the latest thing in thePtil lev Relt. Thev come in Satin, Grn grain and Taffeta ribbon" in Hlack and colors. We have them starting at .50c, 75c. 61 00 anil up to AW each. Pullev Colors arc another fad. every lady wants them.in all colors and Black, each N- NEW EASTER FANS. St les all new, in China Silk, niarzehne and "airie, wood and bone sticks, all colors drv orated, spangled and lace, and 50c up to i? 00 each. Easter Handkerchiefs, remarkable values special offerings. Ladies pure linen hem stitched handkerchiefs worth l..c each Easter price T n,i;..a lm slieerswissembroidered scal loped edged hamlkerchicfs.the 20c kind. Easter price, each Ladies fine linen handkerchiefs with plain colored pink and blue centers, lace trim med FANCY EASTER RI1MIONS. Fancv ribbons all colors with lace or in sert ion "effect with ll i inches wide, spec ial Easter price per yard Piain Taffeta all silk ribbon in all colors, the same as you pay 25c for elsewhere, full 1'.; inches wide, sale price per yard... 12'.c 25c 17c LADIES FANCY NECKWEAR. We are showing thejlargest assortment of ladies line Easter neckwear that you will see west or Chicago. All the latest styles in color ings are here at prices ranging from 25c each up to 85-50. EASI ER SALE FIXE TABLE LIXEN. All the old prices, there has been no advance made at our counters, see the values we are offering at 25c, 50c, 75c. 35c, and 81.00 per yard. ii tt f i rrurr- up 1 1 m n iimim Administrator's Notice. J. G. WALKER, M. D., Fortescim, 31 o., Physician and Surgeon. Graduate Dartmouth Medical College, Hanover. X. H.. also Cincinnati. Ohio. l 1 ...rwi::nn rn. IT , Pr,,-it. ' lii-tiefit tif sllrh estate -ttitl 1 luutiueu iiitiiv.iijt7 tvn j , wid. , . . . - , .1. . , , . . ..;... eMilinieilwillilii inn cars irmii imci.ul-m nos Oflice at Beesley s Pharmacy, r or- tescue, Mo. Wi Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOl'Ki. I County ot nun. III the Circuit Cumt of Molt ('uiitv. in saiil Stale, to tne April lerni. i:m. O. M. rierre & Co. rlaintm. vs. T. Kluxtes, Denfendiint. Al this day come the vl-onlilli Herein, ny lleiirvT.AIkire.tlieirattnriieviiiil slums t the sittisfaetlnu of Ilie court that iletemlaiil is not a remittent of the State of Missouri. Whrrriipoii, it is ontereil ty tlie Court, that said defend.ints lie uotin-d liy iiulilleatiou that Il.tint iris have commenced a suit ajnunst liiru 111 lUlscnuri. Ilie woirei iiiiu t-uri.ti ii.ituii-i'i ithirh is that plaiutiils seeks to obtain and en farce :i lien liy Jtttacliltirnt for a delit due :ild lilaintills aiiust defendant in the sum et one hundred and Ihirtv-one and iV 100 dollars and interest thereiiu since the eotiin:encemcnt of r uffiin,r tl... fillik,i-nitr .Isirilieil rel estate in flolt count-, Missouri, to-nlt: l.t nutntjcr twelve tli) in block number th'uty four i31in tWe tuun (now city) of Mound City 111 s.iM county and siaie; ami tuai un less the s.nd defendant,. lohn T. Itlimlci be and apiiear at this court at the next tt mi thereof, to be begun an lioiuen at ine court house, in the city of Oregon Insaid coun- iv. on l ie 2nl day 01 April nri. ami 011 orbefore the sith day oisaid term -if the trriuslmll so Ions continue, ami lioi.incn on or before Ilie last day of said term answer or Idea-1 10 tne IH-Iilion 111 sain cuise. uie smr will.as to them be laken as confessed.anl judg nifiit will be rendered acoonlmcly. M..I it is fntllier iinlpre,!. that J. cotiv liereof tie tmblislutl according to law in the Hoi.t Cocxtv Skntinki. for four successive weeks. the last insertion ot whlcn 10 lie ai icas. iour weeks before the said iml dav of Airil.l!oo. liWJ. w. inu.iir.r- r.,t icrs. A true copv from the rccnnl. Witness my hand as clerk, and Ilie seal of said Isi:.i-1 court. Done at oince in Orecnu. tins ilstdav.if Kebrtiarv. I!m. (iHi.w. nuuiir.r r-. 1 ierK. Notice is hercb clvcn. that Ifn-rs ..1 admin . . . ...... ... I ...1..! deceased, were xr.uite.1 to lb.- nun. rsicnc.1 on or p -r .1 p.op. it tbe-;ihd.iy of IVbru.irv. f.ni. the 1 rotutc othot w 1-. ., ... 'e.i Ml martuige contract I ourt of Molt Count. Missouri il persons , havii.Kclaitiisasaiiist saidestale are re.iiestrd 1 shail d'e oil -sale (Atlioiit a tiim it to exhibit them lor allowance lo the .ulmlnis-I , ,, . , . , , , tr-tlors within one .e.iralter the date of said ; -,' d-...-ei id 'e ,li-t t .l.ute.i 111 p,.r- lelteis.tirthey ma be pieclu.b-.l ireni ' ceu-iiv In his kindred, unle an. I female. If licll claim - He lli'l . " sniijr-i i to uie payiueiii 01 tiiri .leols atid the -. d ..-.V (io.ver as foilo.ts: I'iri-t to his children ot I heir descendants in eipi :! partt: second, if there bu no chil dren on their descendants then to his father, mother, brothers and bisters and their descendants 111 equal parts; third, if there be ti 1 children or tneir descendant-, fithei. mother, brother or sister Missouri Inheritance Law. . tensive operations carried on within the en ;.,.:, .vr,,ng reul estate district uie .11 I ..vaand M-Ssouri.and the itidifno-ed of or I proilll -Hon 01 Uie mines im reases .e.o miblieatiiiii. tbi-v will be lorever barred s. x. 1:11111:1:. .lACOItl'.CCIIKi:. Administrators. Kx.'tiitor's Notice. Notice is hereby given that b-ilers ii-st im.-n-tarv 011 the estate of I.. W. Webster, dc-ct-avd, were granted lo the iimlerigin d un the Mb da. of.laiiiiarv.l:l. by the 1'iobatc Court ! Holt Co'ltitv. Mlssuuri. All icisoiis hamg claims against -aid estate are riuin-d lo e- 1.0. it tl...tii fur ..iti.tv.tiii... Ii III.. Kcllrtor within one year after ths dateol s.ud letters.nr nor 1 heir desceedaulu, then to the bus lliev mav be lirechuleil fromanv btuclit of surli . , . esiatr-l and 1 "ml, clainis be net cMiihit I'd or wd.-. So that if .111 uumimred within two years from the date..! this pnhl.ca- p,.r:, ,!. .,tl,ut it w.ll, the piopertv. tioii. the sh:i!l be lorever barred. ..." ;i:oi;i:!-: II. WKISSTKIJ. ITee it-r. real or pi r- hi d. go-- to father, mother, Final Settlement. brut iiers .ii.d sisters in etjual parts. A willow. 1- eiitilltsi :o a dower of the For ali pulmonary troubles Ilallard's Hirehound Syrup, taken in the early- stages, proves n ceitain and sure spe cific. It is equally effective in croup and whooping cough, and if used in season prevents the further develop ment of consumption. Price 2. and ;0 cetits. Sold by .1. C. Philbrick. others interested In Ilie estate ot Catharine A. third part of oil Uie lateis o'.Vtiei. by lier Crceii.dcceaseil. that Il';",',!: p'f.,,1,;;v'l11"' hii-biin.l at tne time or Ills ileal h. which 111 charge of said estate, intends to make a limil seitlemci.t thereof at ttie next term interest she holds during her life or fahe of the Probate Court of Holt Count t. stab- ol , MiSMilirl. lobe begun illlil liolilcll al r U"ll nil liwt it-ueitc .i.ismuici. toe anon? tit who the lltlnla of Mav. pirn. ehihl if -be An elect- In adilition'to AI.I".X ANIil'sKIKK. Kxecutor. l-""" siil so eieci,-. in .ijuiiioii,iu this siie is entitled lo a share in "ie pe- by year. The Pennsylvania coal fields are much s.uailcr.yet iit present the Pennsy lvauiit mines yield one-half of the coal nised to the surface in America. While tlie weslern tiehls mentioned are ten times as great in area, their production is relatively unimportant One reason why the western fields are undeveloped isth.it they underlie rich agricultural sod. As the price of coal lauds does not decrea-e, the farmer does not lose by w.uttr.g, but as the demand fur coal in creases, even the poorer tields will be developed, Europe may be in danger of a coal famine, but there is no such dan ger in the west. Chicago Tribune. To beenre the original witch hael s.-.lve, ask for DeWitt's Witch DhzbI Sale, well known as a certain cure for pdes and skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. Tlvgy are dan gerous. Sold by S. W. Aiken, Clink O. Proud. Filial Settlement Notice is hereby given to all creditors ami others interested 111 the estate ol II. it. at the t of his death eiiual to the ,1I)1)r ,.es. Price, deceased that the nii.b-rManed ad- r , (j r t, ,je(.en!i,., r...Hir.. 1.'..., ni'nistralor III charge i -.ml estate, intends M . I weive i.n soiinl estate belonging to the husband Items of Interest. Ilalv has over 200.COO iinimlcs of the Sheriff's Sale. l!y irtuealid .uitliority ot a special evecu tlon. issued Irom Ilie ollieeol tlie c crk ol the Circuit Court ot Holt Count-. Missouri, return able at ihe April it-mi. l:iu, ol said eoml ami 1" me directed 111 f.ior I. K. !oel Itrcwiug Co. and against Ihnley M. I'.easlev. I lme lcicd iimiii ;uidseied all tlie right, title, init rcsl Hud claim f tlie-anl Ilailev M. I!easle til, 111 ami to the following described teal estate, b'-wil. fhesiiutheast iU.irterand lols.-.ainl i.. all in the snuthea.-.t tnarlernf stcliou ihlrtv-two towtishiitsixt one (lill of range thirly-niue(i'.i except lillccn (l.-.iand ut-linj acres in tliesuulb east cutler beloncing to. Inliii C. Ilinkle. and exivid two ( i and M-l( acres sold 10 the Saint Joseph an Ncbravka 1 .nlroad Coniiau. as tlesciibcd In need recorded 111 book S al page a7 real estati- records of Holt county, .Missouri. And except all that portion laid out and platted a-the town ol rortescue. as shown by pl.it tiled August .'th. lsyo.iu Ihe office of.'recorderof ilceils of Holt county. Missouri. All King anil being III Ilie said county and State of Missouri, ami I will, on WKIiNKSDAY. APIill. i". I:. bclwccn Ihe hours of :i o'clock in Ihe fort noon, and .ViYluek in Ihe altcrnooti of that day. at Ihe court house door, in the city of Hrtgoii. Count- of Holt aforesaid, sell the sjime, or st much thereot as may be required, at public cmlue. to the highest bidder lor cash in h.-nd. (subject to all prior liens and judgments.) to satislx said execution and ciwls. .IOH. II.MSA. Sherlll of lb.lt Count. make a llnal sctiicmetit thereot al the next liaiul. It 1 01 cjiirs-. uuderslooil that teriuof Ihe rrobaleC.niit.il llolt I . 111111. siaie , . , ,,.,. . of Missouri, lobe begi nd bold.-ii at Oregon deliU. must hrst b paid before the on the 11th dav of Mav. !. alloAances are made. DANlKI.ZACIIM.W.A.Iminislralor. "'-- "i.iut.. ...... lien ii I,iiHianil dies without chll- Final Settlement. lishmen in every 10,000 he of gout There are over o.OOO charitable insti tutions in the Tinted States. December is s.nd to be the most fatal dreti. tiio .ido.v is entitled first to all : ,nouih in the year for asthma. Notice is herein given to ad -r ditors and real aud personal e-!ale :: hich came t.) ' Tlie British infantry are supposed to: oei oiisi,.,,i in n-iiL 01 toe 111,11 hkc, enrry li poupils wnne marcmug. s mini, to oi:e iialf the real and person- t lr) eitiuiHted that D. R. Francis.who al estate b .i:iging to tlie husband at Wl, govern r of Missouri, is now the tune of Ins dealt! subject to the pay-. worth 8S.COO.000. mei t of tiie husbands deb's, ami when . Greater New York's running expense a wife die.- without it i litttt hur wuiorter ' are fot'.W 1,000 a year. It takes 11 great is w.title.i ' one hair of t'.e reiil and tjeu) ,,f nioiiev to feed the T.uuiiiuny ; . 1 u .1 -f:..t.. belonging to the wife tit ,,.,lir t to tlie Henry Watlersni says lie began his career as a newspaper publisher after .1 ni.e.1. IL.-ll t be lull ersi 'llct iltltllllll trator In charge of -snd estale.iiiteuds to make a lina! settScniciit llier.-of at the next t.-nu of the I'robate t'outt of HelMVuulv. Stated Missouri, lo be begun mid hohleti ill Oregon on Ihelith thiv of Miiy. live. .1. II. C. Ct'ltriS. Ailiumistralor. Final Settlement. Notice is herein given to ali cieditots ami other- interested 111 II -tale of (ieotgt- Trill, deceased, that the undersigned mm 111 trator 111 charge ef said e-tale intt 11.I- to mat. a final seit'einciit thereof j.t lb. m-xt lertn f th-.- Probate Court of Helt Coiintv. state ol Mis snurt.to be begun and hidden :l Oi-goii on lb lllh day of Mav. I:. OII.KSA. I.AI Olll.IN. I'.ibbc A.lminislr.i- .i. TJew Train Service Between SI. I Joseph and Chariton. Ia. Via Grant City. I.imes Spencer. Mrs. i;Co 1-rench. Sarah Aim ...,..,, i(. diri.rtpii . .lie new tram service of the C. I!. A ( between St. Joseph, Mo., and Chant in. Iowa. ia the new line lately completed between Grant City and Albany Junction. In addition to tra n- 111 and Hi i'e- tl.e l.iue in r tlcatn, subje pa ment of tue w He's detitt . Slienll's Sale Under School Fund 3Iort;raf,e. Whereas. 011 the 4th dav of X. W.V. Huston I'rKhaid and Minerva l'ritchard his wile, b 1 heir mortgage with power of sale, recorded in the recorder's tillice of Holt Count'. Missouri, in hook at page .--y.couve) eil to HoStCoiintv. Missouri. Ill" following!! described real estate. Img and being sitnated in said count. ami state. to-vit : The west half of the northwest ipiarter of the soiilliwesl iiarter of section twenty-three. crt, in township sixty, of range thirty-seven, (.ot. except live acres ot! the west side ol said tract. Which said coneaiice was made in trust to secure the pvment ol a ceitain bnd,as 111 said mortgage w ith power of -ale is described . ami whereas it is pro nled in said mortgage thai in default of the pa incut ol sanl bond, ac cording to Us terms am! effects, that the slier ill ot viid comity might proceed, without suit on said mortgage, to sell said mortgaged premises to satisfv said debl ; and whereas default has be. 11 made in the iaviiie-it of said bond ; and wh-reas the County Court dulonlhe loth day of I'cbniarv r.uo. make an oriier.ciitere.l hhiii the rceord.commanding theshentl of saidconulyto sel sjiid premises, or so much thereof as will be siihicient . m said debt, interest and costs : non. therefore bv irtii"ofs:iidniortg;ige:iiid orct-r of -aie. 1 will, on WKDNKSOAY. AI'IIII. 'Si. Iim. between Hie hours id nine o clock 111 Ihe fore noon and fie o'clock iiitlicatteriiooiniftli.il lav. at the north door of the court house 111 the Citv ol Oregon.Coiiiily fif lloltjind State of Mis souri, sell at public vendue, to the highest bid der, for cash ill haiid.iill Ihe right, title and in terest of Huston rrilciiaruaiio .uuierta 1 tn. ii Mr-. Colt :n .iiiiueriiiiti., Milesburg P.i.. suys, -As 11 speedy cure for coughs, cold-, coup .tod sore thtoat One Minute C'jugii Cure is uneiualed. It is pleasant for ciiiidten to take. I heartily recotn mend it to mothers." It is the ouly tiariiiitts remedy thai produces un- .u-d.iite results. It cures piieiim-.iii i. grippe and throat aud lung diseases. It will prevent consiimtition. S. W. Aiken. Clark (J. Proud. t'le war on 800. obtained by pawning his ., , if... ,.f. iu;i:.d n.the above described r. ill est.ite.or so iiiurli thereof as w ill be siilllciear watch to satisfy s.dd foregoing inortgage.lnti rest an.' JOHN IIAMSAY. Slictiit t Holt Coiitil The usual output of ore hundred gold ( costs. mines in the immediate vicinity of Jo-1 . hannesburg is fifteen tons or gold a - ujth wofs . raon"1, , , sulTer dreiidrnllv from piles in Addition , A firm in London purchases each year T1 mn .iirii-iomi Itoiiled. vHlneil at about! . . ..... . bronchitis' . . - w" - cured by using Inlilers isucKeye cue ;-.s.i,inui, recuvereu nom "'""14 1 (jmtment. t rice. . cents in oolites, dust vards. j tubes, " cents. J. C. Philbrick. The Farmers' Mutual Hall Associn - sheriff's Sale." " tion has tiled articles of incorporation all1(rlt4.(lf ., tr.lllM.r,p, ,w. Ill PeltlS count. The state headliar-1 tlon. Issued Item the. -'Ilee ol the Clerk of the ?. s. 1 . 1, -.rcuil Court of Henry Coiintv Missour aeturn- ters will be Ht bediillil. ab.e at the next terji I f said court, and it is pomted out. n.at wh.ie g.fts to ;i:,,1-"v;::. v k 'vv:"i?iv;. "-""V O' ... . . i Hie rl"Ill. IlUr. loiere-t .1110 ,-i.iiiu ..1 .o- - ,io ei.sive coal measures, over ssw.lKV.OvO, only 'rl.W.l'Kl went to Kln1.r K .rll.,.. ..1. in and to tne toli.otiiig Slieritrs Sale in Partition. KliJ.il Kowlett. Wi.tiam llowlctt. Jeremiah lionlett mnJ sarali Know les. vs. .:.... - Mrs l!eo Crel 1. 1 1 lies .-111 ... ., .... -. ..v.-. - --. .. . .. Silencer. Kliabelh silencer. Sarah Kice.l.ol. t tt ..... -1-. -...II l."lt .-l Vivim l.v-ilt.s liciisoo. .too ijiinii t.i.t.. ,,'.- Snow.loti. 1sinar.l sjimiuons. Willie Ilailey. Ilarrv llailev, Marv Ann Kalph, Aim lllack biirn." Saniii Wltiglield. Oeo. Itlackburu. r.ciijamin Itlarklium, Ann Hewlett. Kr.d llowb-tt. Walter K.mlctt. In the Circuit Court of Holt Count. Missouri. rv vitiueano auiiiorii 01 ,ir. .rr-............. . ...,, , tl. .,f.:.i.,i,,-i,. lit tlie said Co rt. in Hie almve tween Chariton mid Kat.-as l.ity via tne dalMi'MarX'rlKU ' m,li" I,ne- t,"-rH ,,r" '""'v u"'1"" ' 11 Ne'' Western Coal Fields. WKIINKSO.W. Al'Itlb.1... laud 1 111 nnmir.g as lollows: 1 The discover of coal in Dakota conn iM-tween the houn of y o'clock 111 the - fiiit-iio.ui 1 m eXl.e,,, Sunday from ! t. . N'eb.. c.u lirins the ui.-i.ion of ireolo aiidr.oV1wkint lealle J.,,,1, Ilotlian 1 "... . ...... 1 ...1 ........ A .Qri,...n e.-dWes Inst ear amounted to 1;'. n'r.-iiir I lute let led upon and seized the iroiii tuioroi ....-..-..t ""7 "",,'., , v........ - ..uimiiirnuiiiii.n.i. , interest and claim ol Ihe tin "i Wir eiiini. t tlit liiKli:-t bidder, the f-I- .lunction. 1 rani i.oy am' .vioaiij .11111.- ! un.i, rle.-U ei.sive coal measures, over csn.ws-.vvxi, oio - Khn. r K. rrn-c. .1. in an. Wins tlescribedrealesi.-ue.il : turn. leaving Chitnton : lo a. 1:1.. arru -Tiie.e aie a- et sl.gii'i tlrVeloped. In 1 colleges 111 tlurteen soutnern euues. r ",HV, 4 r v. 1: :.!! .mid lb.- origlna! Tar,:Vv: r.r making con- . N,.bt:ls,a l.-t year, for ,tauce. the tl.ild re., in I- '.' Kg'rihe"- in township minilKT sixty OJJU'f range thirtv- .nrCt10t,j at St. Joseph with south bound c ,a pto hictio.i ..nlv.".lK.I tons: The ,. and I will.on eichto. ! ..4,... t.- i . 1 co tt v., " I 1. ' .... ' ... . .... Don't give them tea or coffee. Have WKlM-l).Y. AfKll. .. no . . Atll....gai..U-.,gn...uto,. ... lru .oe.x..,s,t..,...v... . - tosc.ery o: ...,s new ..epo. mereiore. called between Ihe l.-ur-of , ..V!.H-k in the for. i.e... .Misv.uri. . . , .,. . AorlU ooiinil trains irom ixansas v. lit, 1 means ini-f 1 to t hestute u:nl shoulti Ul7e . r Terms 'of sale as follow s.vl7i Cash in I1.11..I. JOHN RAMSA.Mierin. 1 Tml cuva rT,v..i ViV.i" b'orlJ Risers alw Jvs JoseI,h ,,nlI' OTcePl S,ln,in.v !" -,'' coal tields ... 1 --0. and the census of that ! ,. ie.iUI. "ou tl.str.bute through ' ' ,v hpndnche "... running north v.a A.bi.n junction vear No. lo nnttit connect nt ."si. ,10-epn wun :U1 tinpeius to it C. 15. A Q. tram No. leaving M. tne- 'nauufiicturitig indus- (Jrain O? the new foo.i drink called It is delicious and nourish- T2:o Chautauqua J. H IS. .'ii tl.e be ich" niv friecd 1 1 1 e ie,i swiirtl. . . 1 i'-. .tot .'..iii t irroui.d. , I. r.i. i n "re 'ea-tti.g 01. ri.e richest things T im.'iiil 11111- known; UVre gathering from every field. !!t human progress sua 11. U e're drinking in the eliHitieiice. Ag!o.v wi'h li-av.-nly lire. Tint rolls in amplitudes of rfealth From t nr ur.-.n 'Id nt re it.- trom hi-huge pr.jivti-.i,.c. This wo!. droits .Mclntyre . I r-nv on the c.n as.s of tile mind. I'tic great Chic.i.'o lire. II Si- .lor-the s.es t rililscel'.ll-t lie slM-- IJy lulu no ti -Ids Ulltr.nl 15 i. 111 no seen-left import r iy ed li. ttie un. ver.-e id tio.t- Too, in tne very vanguard Of tins ClMiit iinius tram. Wi'h a heart as big as Arcturus. Rales our immortal ISam. ttr f o i i wanted ---sT-:i j:. . i I5Y L. C. SHUMATE, FOKFSTC1TY. MO. Tni s,i;is. ,,r;i (t liHM). 1 bey .-all h.m 'Jam of Kentucky. l!i' he ha- growu too great T- belong to his own loved Lexingto: t)r even to one state. We will jsiy the following prices in cash: Mens. iei iiuiii 7 cis II.H.t. s p r i'.ii 1.1 5 cts k it I I' ll rui". . r s.iuul 7 cts Kat Ooblders. per t-.iiti.i 5 cts !Ollii..t.s fiiU f.-;illi..fssl ..... Hei-tnUes tlielyreof the liuinan heart u;.; i;M.stcrs. mt doen ' ."..JJl m Aral its inmost dep'hs .-esouud, Keti'emlier the dat-s. He readies the m-st Jim n trodden 1 fe Don't tie them, all can get coops that t.d musical tubes abound. wljj. ,. , ,, ,11 1 Craws to be empty. Sick and utl- i,r pre,che- lieg e..t br..iuigos.... ...,.,.,.,,,,,. -. breasted I he trott. frem l.od i.U.e , rtllrk,.V!S ot ukrlu I m eer hear ,,f you on can tit d Tu fe , I nere - u mile- heoven of lo. . ,icvC!o!.l. 1. C. SHUMATE. We'.! reach 'he l.-.nd of"corii and w u e" . . st.i.in us we cross the Jordan. ..... .... Fur to us comes the honored name Mienll - Sale 111 Partition. t)f Cener .1 J It (tortion t.bjil. goKbt-. William Kowlrtt. Jeremiah l:o I. It ..n l s.trab Knonle-. Like Virgil he sings f arms and nieo. , im, (k ,..r Mr, Frx-iw-li. Sarah Aim Ol hearts that duty date ; speiiecr. Kb.' .b.-il: s-n. er. Sarah ttics.Itob't To do uiHjti the b ittle hem. iieni.. Am. ivrieii. i.tua -iMn. .i.y.ua And d' it everywhere. snow d.ai. 1.. onard simn:oiis. Willie liallev. Ilarrv llule. Marv Ann Kalph. Ann Itlack buru. ira!i UniglieM. Oct.. lllackburn. iMiiiittim i'.l.iikbiini. Anna Itowlctt. Krrd Krowlett. Walter Kowlctt. Albert lirown.aiid Ihe uuktiowit heirs of Samuel DKoii.deceasfcd. In Uie Circuit Court of Holt County. Missouri. I; Mriue anil authority ef a decree and order of sale mule b ii..- snd Court, in the above ntil led canse.aiidot a cent tied copy thereof, .1 tt. .1 March I... ir'ii. I will. ..11 WKKNKSIIAY, Al'ltll. . t'JOU. -. t .1. en the lioiirsuf :i .."clock ill the forenoon and .-oVI.s-k in llientternoon of that day. at Tiioui;!. she bear- the name of a cum Co-iroid .br .t ihec.mrt House, in ihe City K . ol i.icg.ui in Holt Coiintv. Missouri, "ell. at Coin inr.l, t,u!.:ieeii.!ue.to Ihe highest bidder, the fot- She Is teacher and queer of all, lowing described real estate, viz: A '.d the children idike tif ear th and air I .""1 teiir-eight one liiiii.lrettths (.-- iMiii. iii ihiij - iiiriiiui 11111 c-iouuu cue hiiiidreths, r 3,-tiAi chains west of the southeast corner ot Hie northeast fourth ot the southwest tiartt-r ol section twenty-seven CS7) m township number sixty ex) of range thirty eight i .si: thence nest nineteen and Uventy seveii one linn Iredtlis U'.'-J-l'sj) chains to the west li.it- oi the 111.rth.-ast toil rlh ot the south w.t iiuart. r ! s.n i seciioii '.wenty-sevrn VS); theiice mirth two and fitlv-nhie and three bmrths .o.e-h!i...lrc.llhs g W4-UX1) chains ; .1 -.. ...... M.1.1 Iwe.itv .seven one Aa the meat in tiie heart of thesnmi- itundi.-dths it: .7-ni chains; thence south nK i iw ..it.l liitv -mil" .md three-fourth one buu- i'i . '.1- , 1 ....... 1. .ireitlistg'.'t't-lor'i'lii.instothe idace of be- I he toot lifiiiilf ilmnties lie. -inni.ig . oiitaining live i.-.. acr.-s more or le-s. , .Ml l nigan i is-ing in Unit County. State of T 1 look at Miss lourtelotte is charm- dissi,ri xlllr ' IVrui- ol -ale as follows, viz: Cash in hand. Anil to see Mr. Cnllev is Iul; -"OIIN KAMSAA.StieritT. Fr. tin tiiiy tmliiy ihesc'isun through I!y F itoi. lead, through silver b.os. He turns us into azure field To feed upon the stars. liul the greal-st of all the teachers Who maketii the II .wers t speak: Wno uriketh the birds tell stories. Her's the happiest houruf the week. Obey her loving call. I-fit wortli ihe time of caming. If you value time I trow Far the pl-isurc-iiif a whole long year Are couched in it -i: gin no.. N it a single break in the program A- the curran's in the pi-. To hst to the -weet Appllne Is always to say "well doi.e." Filial Settlement. , .. Notice is lie. !iv given to all creditorsatidoth- Ard Hie luinii w.tn it- -oul -tirrmg ,.,sii.i.-r t ii Hie partnership estate of Au- mu.(. drew llersbu.-r. that the undersigned adnihl- Mt c oil I.. Us heaven the b-i.r istntor 111 charge of said esLite. Intends to My s ul to U.s li..uen lii.y t.!,r. , m.,,e a l:u.i! . ttlem-nt thereof at the next Ami Id not forget m tlie long, bug term ol Ho-1'iobat.-Court l Holt Countv.State vours "i M'ssonti. to u b,-guii and lioldcn at Oregon Ho a the renderett "ihe count lair." " LnKiiPi:. Administrator. Then coii.es this -Queen Philhppi," - - 1'hat coniuers iit.d tnk-s our heaits, I-'xecntor's, Notice. And tills us with U.e thought o! the N1.1.I, ,".r,.M ,. ,. letter, testaraen- le-ctit-rs iai 1.1 Hie .-tale ol Samiial Foster, de- Tbat makes the imt blood start. cea-ed. granit-d to the undersigned. on the llti. .1.1 t March, two. by the I'nibate in. I Tr, .0 ilrsi to 'i-.st iin.-idoc Cix.rt of lloti County. Mi-sour.. All persons And fr. ui tirst to i i-t Ai in a.iot. i,.Mms claims aaun-t said t -late are W .th his choiu-of soul-stirring i irs, ,,.,u,.stcd to exhibit them for allow- t.d henceforlll with CtiauIiiU.lUit an.-.- to the -. iliniiiwtr.il. T within one year un cedents :" ' "" ' :M letters, or thev may in ivei.ien.s ..rcclu.!. d Irom an hem-lit of such estate ; S.iitU be our hei.rts ami prayers. aud it snh claims ! net exhibitcl within i.vo x.irs n,. in the date ot this publication tliev sll III be tori-V.T ti.irrc.1 OANIKI. ZACIIMAN. Kxccutor. ing and takes the place of coffee. The bring certain relief, cure my hendache and never gripe. Hnd invigorate Sold by White's Cream Vermifuge not only effectually destroys worm, it also in Ijillle was Kiio.vn il tlie western j . , ..b.hlren the I uii.ir t.i.iii. v.-. .-. has practically i.othing to tav of : their systems. Ornin-O is made nf pure prepared otlee CtBIr;ne :TheVntlvT Grant City and Itethany Junction, ar- hew. s,nc-ttien. however, it has been ' cn.ins.- and when properly prepa. gXrthJhbow nving Chariton , m. ( miHl rtte:lsivec(.al .eld t .y S. W. Aiken. Clark O. 1 roud. General Passenger Agent, j the country is that west of the Missis-; Ctfr ell . idL.. and -Jac. oi.l -. o'clock in the alternoen ol ll.-.t i:i.ai the court house door, in Ihe cit ot Oregon. Ciui.it ol Holt, aforr-.ii.!. sell the same, or so much thereof as may be rc.iurs'ii. ai luiui. vendue, to the highest bidder lor cash h. band, sii'.Je. t to all prior liens and judgments, to S.I....V sai.i exrcuuoii ;ciu .-..sis. JOHN ItAMS ,. . Shcrltt ot lloit Count. M. U. Smith, Butternut. Mich., says. creases the appetite, aids assimilation ; "DeWitt's Little Karly K.sers are the t and transforms a frail infant into one of j very best pills I eer used ror who- s robust health. Price, 2S. cent. J. C. ness liver and bowel trotU.les. Sold by Philbrick Ansi'n, iihik w. riuuu. sippi, south uf the forty-lhirtl parallel,! noil east of the 1 lucky mountains. It is embraced within the s'ates of Iowa, Mis souri. Nebraska. Kansas Arkansns.Texas ami the Indian Territory. The most ei- Neuralgit: pinna, rheumatism, lumba go Bed sciactic pains, yield to the pene tratiug influence of llallards Snow Lin imant. Price. and .".0 cents. J. C. Philbrick. Nearlv every person needs a tonic medicine at this time of a year to briice up aud invigorate the nervous system, to cleanse the bowels, liver and kidneys" llerbine is the best and safest remeny to do this, as it will cure constipation, regulate the liver and enrich the blood. Price, oil cents. J. C. Philbrick. ItemarKable Clue of Illiennia- t l-lll. Ab mt three years ii.n my wife had an attack of rheumatism which ton lined her to her bed for oyer u mouth auJ rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance, tier limbs being swolleu to double their normal size. Mr. S. Maddov insisted on my using Slierill's Sale in Partition. O.K. 1'. Celvlll. The Profits in Trade. On Time! France- I. Mclntvre. V.U:i A. V.'c.ge!, Itebbec-.-1 A. Patterson, l-liabelh Van IJuscn. John Carroll. Mar K. It.-cl and lilies A. Laugh II, her g'lariliau.liiram N J.i-lyn and James NowL.iil. In tin- i iic.it Curt of Holt County. Missouri, llv virtue ami autliorilv ot a dfcrce and order Chamberlan's Pain I5al.ii. I purchased of s.ile made b Ihe said" court. ... the above t entilledca audof iicertilieil copy thereof, a fifty cent bottle and Used It according dat. u .'.lard. t.". 1:m. I will. on to the directions and the next morning WKONl-sOAY. AI'KII.gr.. luuu, i o i . . i .... i.r.... .nil,,,,,! l.ctv.t a ihe limits et "..o'clock in the forenoon she walked to brear.'isl without assi-- n n, Ui(. r(l, )1(Mir f tneC01Itt tance in any manner, and she has not leu...-, m the ;e.t oi Oregon In Holt t'ouuty , i. ti Miss,.uri. sell at public vendue, to the highest had a similar attack since. - A. I.. I ir bidder, th- follow ing described real estate, viz : sons. For side bv Clark O. Proud. Hie southwest .piaitcr s. w. ,) of section uaiabrr tw nt-eighl ig-j in township Lumber s.xtv .un. n; range number lh.rly-seen u.. A'l Uitigand being in Holt county. State of Inferring to the profits of c'-ll.Ooo.OOo i, rlM.,.r .,:eas billows, vU.: Cash In hand. on a capital of ci".OLX,000 earned by the JOHN 1JAMSAY, -jhentl. Carnegie cuiupnny last year anil to the - -- - - estimated profits ot c 10,000,000 Tor this -j-g JhorOUOhbred year, the New York corresponded of the I i.iladelphm Ledger gives some aauQie diaillOrl, figures upon the earnings of mercantile establishments that are ijuite. us sur prising in view of the fact thut tlie actual investment of the. Carnegie com pany is much larger than Si",0X),000. The correspondent says Irs statement DESCRIPTION, was prepared bv a leading banker ot ou-Tui.e i-a line, bright . biv..- ears old nmt 11 - weigh- about l.sm lie will he allowed to servo New York, and was based en returns ;l limited nuinht-r ol mares at my him 3 miles made by Some of the largest mercantile " -f nregon. Mr tl.est,.so of w. houses in tiie country. The statement PEDIGREE, shows the business nf 00 leading con . On- tune hv o:.l On-Time, ami l lie by Sloae ,. , ... ,7r .I wall Jack-on. first dam by licllshazar; sec- cerns, hi l. trades mid il itilleretil ,) v i--r;ink. rhoroiigiibrcd. On-rime. Jr.. states,,., the terr.tory extending from Va" "1 ihhrdr.la New York to Colorado, and from Ceoi- an l -ir.il bv J'- Hmwn, an imported race ... , . . horse. Jeiiii'sgri.i.l-.I.uii was Sir Albion. On- gia to Minnefata. 1 he trades represented ,,. eligible to register. are wholesale aud letatl dry goods. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. wholesale grocene-. tobacco, cigar.-. ,si,re living .i.ll. If mare is traded or S.Iks, hardware, furniture, packing, pari, a with, sold ..r rem.ne.l fro.n original I.. , , , ii c.!ii. num.- f-r serie.- In ics due and pav- gloves, clothing, leather, cloalss, c.llais tl,j,. ,t lieu on mare and foal will be . ,T ii ..... .. Tlo h- Id bu insuraiiee .iioiiev. Care will be taken and cuffs and bi nt- ami shoes. htv-e ;'',. .,.,,.,, Uni will not be respousl- tirins have an aggreatf capital or s),. t.;. ui.t an .s cur lo'J,tl , an avemge of tiiri.M)il for each linn The net tuolils in liW, nccoid ing to tin- correspondent, itmouuletl t" the enormous sum of SV,:h2."i.0i'ii, average of iOlT.OlO for each lirm. 'Ihe rut- f p.olil was as I'. b' per cent. List year was an excej to b .1' g.M... year in bu-.n. se of i.li kiiol-, but such profits as these arc, to lb.- iiWiaiii- per son, surprising! large. It is ipnie posndde that the e-.rres-j oi.ile.it tjunted ha- arrived at in- conclu.-iuiis frum methods which vvouiil ni t bear ncalys.s. Just how he coul.l liisc iter l.ow unich profit this or that u.er-hant reiipcd ...... ...o ,...irb li,.?t.. i4 to.! ox.tia.r.- , . . , r..e will ii .ke Ihe season of l;ioat Ihesame ed. Asa rule, men-aunt- tb not go t. ,e istt1e dalhoti on-rune. about Hlmg p- i-Ie l,.n much their DESCRIPTIONS AND PEDIGREES. business ...f-.-d t N it one mer y , ,s d ,.k br.m... n tears old this cha.it.nt ve.it would open his books si.n u li 1.1. ,ul i i:l.-H". . " .. . 41.-U. .t.-ici-.... mil In- .-' .til I rtealinil- to satisfy the curiosity nf newspaper , ,,, .r , . n,. is bl ick wiib while correspondents -r of anvbodv else. J' ;-"' :' b .-Is h.gl. and weigh " l4. .IIUls. . Statements of the nmcuttt of money Cell. Hi.-... lack- hc piltgrees fully rt-cord- made bv m.nvidliiiis or linn in trade for " a given'per.od aro I.Ue .he statements TERMS AND CONDITIONS, regarding the fortunes ami .nemos f very r.cl. .n- isu.,.1 much evag On tm,. ( vmr mlr si.n.lay. tor gerated. and of p.-s val.ie for purpose-? of ( M ,,osi!ieIv not ' anv business on that ueeful uiforinat'on. Kxiisu-City Jour "' nn'. The Celebrated Jacks, iJeV- ' w Zollicoffer and Dick Johnson GEORGES STEPHENSON. That Tlii'tililiinu llfailachc. Perfect digestion i the only founds- Would n-i.- Uly leave y oi. .fyauusid Hon for i er'c?t heath. The rood we Dr. Ix.i.g's New l..f. Pd'-. i lioiisaiu.'s ' eat makes all the blood we have, which of -ufferers have proved the.r matchless in turn leeds every nerve, muscle and uit r.t f.r Sck anil Nervous Headache-', tissue m the body. Ilerbiro quickens Tney make pure I.IimvI and strong the appet te, aids digestion, gives tone nrver aud build ..; your liedth. Kisy . and vigor to alt the functioos and en to Hike. Trv them. Only -." cents, sures good he dth. Price. 50 centa. J. 0. Moiie back if not cured. ' Philbrick. point in the west.