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Cariosities at the Paris Fair.
1. The Cosoramn, showing the earth, sun, moon and 6tars. 2. Giant Telescope that makes the moon look only a mile off. 3. The Marcorama, a mimic tea voyage taken on dry land. 4. An Active Volcano, with daily eruptions and earthquakes. Si. The Cloud Gallery, where visitors . walk above the clouds. C. The Subterranean World, show ing how the richest gold and silver mines look and how they are worked. I 7. Palace or liget, with wall of glass and crystal studded with diamonds and draperies of pearls. 8. Palace in the sky, a huge house ehaped airship that rises2,O0O feet. 9. Great "Light of Kimberly" dia mond, worth r2,000,000. Riggest in the world. 10. The Enchanted House, in which everything is upside down and people walk on the ceiling like Hies. 11. Maud Adams' statue in told gold worth 8200,000. 12. A Saa Reach, with salt water pumped from the ocean 125 miles away 13. A Restoration of Old Paris of 500 yearB ago, with its royal court.minstrels and tournaments. f 14. Moving Sidewalks that will show "you the whole exposition grounds with ' out moving a step. 15. The Rottora of the Ocean with a sunken ship and strange submarine lire. 10. The Palace of Gold or Arrica, de corated with barbaric splendor, nnd the royal court or King Menelik. 17. The Alps in Miniature, with mountain guides and Swiss chalets in the heart of Paris. 18. A trip in n shell in which you are fired from n real mortar gun. 19. Glass Palace of Horticulture, with a tropical island, East Indian vil lage and inhabitants in native costumes. 20. A Fairy Palace under the river Seine, with the mermaids nnd the Lorelei. 21. A reproduction of the city or Venice, with its water streets, gondolas and ancient palaces. 22. The biggest wine cask in the world, 45 feet high, with its top used as "5 dancing pavilion. 23. A JapeneBe temple and an ori ental garden, with dancing geisha girls from Tokio. 24. An American Corn Palace, with walls or cornstalks and tower made or corncobs. 25. Electric ships on the river Seine that will go at the rate or iifty miles an hour. 2G. An automobile and bicycle pal ace, with Bn arena for races and exhi bitions. 27. The panorama of the world which will represent a trip around the world in sixty minutes. 28. A restoration of thp buried city of Pompeii, with Roman men nnd matrons Tin the costume of 2,000 years ago. 29. The mosque of Omar of Jeru salem, which stands on the site or Solo mon's temple, to be reproduced. 30. The palace or costumes in which the modes of dress of nil ages'hnd all nations will be shown. 31. The exposition posloflice tabs at the top of the EfTel tower, 1,000 feet above the ground. 32. A monstrous whoel, twice the Eize of the Ferris wheel, or tho Chicago world's fair. 33. Tho north pole, with icebergs and Eskimo houses made of ice cakes, with atmosphere kept at 80 degrees below zero by liquid air. 34. The palace of fetes, where beau tiful woman of all nntions will enact the danceB nnd festivals of the wholo world. 35. The quecroBt potentates in the . world, Emperor Menelik, of Abysinia. the Kine and Queen of Siam, the ewBt or India, and Jam of Nauanagar, Asia, and the Ameer of Afghanistan will visit the exposition as guests of the French government. Kokomo, Ind., Aug. 10, 1809. Peisin Svrl-1' Co., Dear Sirs: For the past lOyearel was troubled with my stomach. About 4 years ago wbb taken down with rheuma tism; was not nbla to do a day's work for 3 yearn. All medicine seemed of no benefit to me. A year ago I was advised to take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. I truly believe I would have died but for this medicine. My rheumatism ?b en tirely gone nnd my stomach is in good condition. It has saved my life nnd I cannot recommend it loo highly. Yours respectfully, Ei.wooo MrCu.t'Kr..v. Sld byT. S. Himle&Son. Famous Convict Ship. Onmr theonriiwlien in Kncland at present ia the nld oonvirt nlnp. Sueco-c. which lias recently been eonverted into a nuiiuim, or into whnt n roreign iour nalint hIIk "a chamber or hornire." Shu wna built 1 10 ynn ago, and her llnt. yi'arn ven epenl in rniiing be lwMn tli Hast Indies and Kngland. In ISSSl tti HritiMi admiralty bought and rtalioned her in the walew or wentern AiiKtralin. Oapt. Stirling wan then lo Mmmnnd, nnd twm SMtiih birth nine thntmvn of lVrth In Auntraha take itn namrs Krom IStT to IS.M the Suisvmi plied lutvrMin lindm nnd Kat. Adelaide, On bor Uit trip nlie hnd on lwrl oevernl hun.lrtvl immignante wholnteudmt to nHk their faMuiiM In tlinovly dlwMvend gild tleldn. During tto vovagn thi oaptnhwtho other ollkvn nnd tln ontirt orevv Imhho Heieil with m gtld fevnr nnd tin rwoilt wan thnt when land vn reaolunt they. tiH Ml ltr ship nnd went oil to rek their fortunon. Tin Smve vn net uhI to transport pruidnnl r tlu deepwt dyn to Van UlemenV hand, n Tnnmnn. in wnn ttien called, nnd h ! nerved n n tlontlugpriiMin for wpeeially danger' una otiuiinaU. Tho veHel then tpcnme popularly known n "Tho Hell or the t)ienn," n titl whli'h wn ldently de trvml. Old record how that doma uwful nwniut tmk plact on her. Tha prisoner' celli wen in two tioM under lh deck, nnd w en no email that inmate could hardly move- in them. Moreover lliev were bo fashioned thnt they could be mndo light or dark, nnd the moat in BulMudinnta prUoner were nlwan plno nd in tha latter. These curious cell. many of the. old InBtrumenta of torture, nnd n number of wax llgurea represent ing fnmoua criminals nre now being ot' hllilled nn the Succeaa. nnd nre attract' ing a orowd of aighteeere. The old ship is at present in Lieilh iiaritor, in hcoi land. New York Herald, SETTLEMENT DOCKET -OF- Probate Court of Holt County, Mo. Regular August Term, A. D., 1900. First Day, Monday, August 13, A. I)., 1900. NAME OP IIIMIKISTISATDN'. A IMN ISTI! VTO.t, name or kmixihti:ato.v XAMK or KSTATK. I'.L'AItlUAN'. CURAT. lit KXF"-lTTOK. 1'eniii- A. Morris Daniel Z.ulimaii II. I Ward I Sill's A. I.-iiikIiI!ii Marllu V:iniiIer I Inn aril r. Ferry 1 Storm, Uielianl O.. Price. Daliy. YVanl.Jiitrpli.et al Jliirsc. William Waiiipler, llatlle.ft :i Iliirst-r, Krett K.. Williams little, -tal lilies A. UiUKimn Second Day, Tuesday, C.ilii. Martha. Allen. Edsir F.. Aesclitiat-ker. Small. Alilxitt. Myrtle, et al Morrison. Mar)-. Tailor. Allred. C lies A. I.'iuiililin tjeiirsie II. Allen ClirHlan I'.ileter tint. V. Cliek W. It. Dm Is Van Taj lor miiiiii. ci'iiri- ii., win. MIIIIII Third Day, Wednesday, is. Meek, Dr F.erry Hass Meek in. ISutls, r-urni'liiis, William Units 17. Il.ilii,.lillia.elal .lames VV. llaiu IK. Casey Kuuna.I. Ciles A. I.hirIiIiii 19. ColiKlierry, Klizabrlli, .lolin A. Cnldslierry M. (icltln, lieslle, et al David A. Cehln 21. Kretzer. Kmc May. Ciles A. L-iiijililiu Fourth Day, Thursday, 2i. Flielps. Margaret It.. 13. Crosi, Oliver. 21. Halm. Stella, as. Shipley. William K.. X. Shipley. Lewis A., 27. Hanks, William Clli-t A. I.umlilin CeorKe l-elmier Ciles A. l.-llllilili Sarah H. Shipley Sarah K. Shipley David W. l'orter STATU OK MtSSOUKI.U, . , .... County of holt. l I.I.enrsH V. Murphy, Judge of the Probate Court within and for Holt Countv. Missouri. do lierebr rerlily that thealmveand foreiroins isa fiill.lriieaiideoinpletn copy of theFrohate Settlement bucket lur May term, A. D.. i:l. of said court, as the same appear of reconl in my olliee. .,, . Witness my hand us.ludae. and Hie seal of said court. Done at olliee in Oregon this SF.AI- ()j AprjI j.M, GEOIWifi XV. MURPHY, Judge of Trobale Court. NOTICE. Administrators, Kveontors, Cuardinns and Curators are urui'd to lie pronpl in makiiiu their BTttleineuts, and are rcsiieclfiillv refernil lo the follnwiim sections of law: Section 21s, of Volume I. of the Keviteil Slatutes of In I. read as follnws : "Tlie court shall call the name of KxeeutnM and Admliiistratorson tlieda for which their sctUi'munls are dock eted, and if any Executor or Admiiilsteator fall lo appear and make settlement, the court -liall continue such seUIem-nt to Hie subsequent ternuind the clerk shall Immediate ly issue a citation tosiich Executor or Ailiniliislrator, nipiIrliiR lilm lo make settlement at llienel lermof court, and show cause. If any lie have, why attachment should not issue against him for Tallin;; lo make settlement according to law."' .... . And Section .1X11, of Volume 1 1, of the Kevised Slatutes of Iwo. reads as follows: 'Tim- court shall call the names of Ciianliau and Curators on the day for which their settlements are ilnek cted. and If any Cuanliaii or Curator fail to apiear and make setlleiuenl. the clerk shall im mediately issue a citation to such Cii.-irill.in or Curator, requirm:: him within :ai ilnvs to make settlement, awl Miw cause, if any lie have, why attachment vlmuM mil issue asainsl him or fail IiiK to make settlement accorilum to law." People Going West or Northwest should not rail to write John DeWilt. Division Passenger Acent, Burlington Route, St. Joseph, Mo in ortler to get the best rates, the best train servico anil all those travelling comrorta which characterize this railroad. Letters or inquiry will always be answered with Hint fair dealing which has made the Lturlington Houte whnt it is, the road that can take the be6lcareor you loany point in the west. PARKER'S . HAIR BALSAM CXetsaei asd bemt.fie the hiir. PmmnlM & InzilTlADt STTOVth. Never rIls to Be store Ory I Uftlr XO IIS XC7UW1U4 swUiUT. Cnrci teatp d.i ft btir t&lluif. lie: table persons of mrctinlcal or inventive mind dlrin(c a trip to tho Tarti Kxposltlon, with goo iLlftrr and ripeniei paid, should write The l'ATKa: KECOUU, Ualtlmorc, SttL Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests tlie food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It Is thelatcstdiscovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, sick Headache.Gastralgia.Cramps and iU ot her results of i niperfect digestion, rli-e 5ftc and $1. Larcc size contains 2! times ;nrill!lze. Bookallaboutdyspepsla mailed tree Prepared by E. C. DcWITT & CO.. Chicago. Sold by S. W. AIKEN, Oregon, Mo. : AiJEXTS WANTED T0U i ciu fa.ti-;Uin took ever puUiched. dpit Echoes i vi s-i: Titimri for iieai axd iikaut. i s .tr. SKIOI1YH brt Smnoni. irilh coo . t.vU-s,IiieilccU,l Vreonml KzMTit&cef,ctcMtwU s-u Titimri for nEAi axd iika : .tr. SKIOI1YH brt Sntnuii. itilh t.).-;ts, IneMccU, 1 Vreonml Kxiwntnctitc-, ti y I). L. Moody UP It. Uilhcomnlrtf hl,torTofhllifebTltfT.rlI..F. i l'ai4ororMr.Mooily'iClucciroCliurehforfierear, .nd ii Intmluctioa bj Iter. LVM A. AHBIITT, 1. I. Ir.-M rctr. GHpp-bmaifXiiiUimnud. (71,0110 mor A.i:Nr.H 'antV:ii Vtn mi womtn. tcr!" ti.H9 hvTft time for Art nU. 9nd for trm to A i). VI OUT II 1 UT .I JU IAK. nut&r4JUa. Kirksville Merchant in Trouble. John .laniecli, n merchant of IvirkB ville, is under arrest charged with upwr tho mnils to obtain counterfeit money. Some montha back n stranger visited JaniFch and offered to furnifili him (XX) in money "as good ns K,u"le,, f"r StlK) of Hie real article. Janicch wna to eentl $2iH) t a certain address in New York, when the 'VtulT" would lie for warded, and he was to pay the balance ou receipt of it. He pent the but got no reply. Then he put tho matter in the hands of government detectives nnd was arrepted. lie claims he was Irjintf t,o locate the counterfeiters for the purpope of obtainini; a reward, and had no intention of titing the liogue money. Monarch BicycUs rBBBBBB Arc rfCOfjrtUcd the world over as representing: the highest type of excellence In bicycle construction ARK NOW WITHIN REACH OF ALL Monarch Roadsters $50 Defianco Roadsters $35 Kins and Queen Roadsters $25 Why loo further when machines ol established reputation can be bad at these prices Monarch Chainless $75 Bond for Oatntocnn Agentt vrantix! iu open territory MONARCH OYOLZ MFG. 00. Hililed and Fullon Stt., CHICAGO Church and Rede SU.. NEW YORK Ride a Monarch and Keep in Front AnMixisTisvrn., Hi; rmt.vroi:. kawitoi: in: i;l u:kian. Cuanliaii Ciianliau Cuanliaii Fiililii: Administrator Ciianliau fliianliau I'nlilteCiiarill.iii SI'.TTKMF.NT. ir.!li animal '.'ml annual Mil annual linal Mil animal all animal linal August 11, A. I)., 1900. , Pnlilie Ciiariliati linal Cuanliaii Ciianllati Ciunlian Ciianliau Kwnttir Ailiniliislrator sili annual ctli annual :tnl nnniial inih animal i'ii 1 1 annual -ml annual August 15, A. D., 1000. Cuanliaii Cnardlau Ciianliau Fnlilie Cuanliaii Kxeciitor Cuanliaii l'ulilie. (iuarilian 1st animal lin.il all annual linal 1st annual 1st annual linal August 10, A. D., 10OO. Fulilie Administntlor final ifanrdiaii Fulilie AdiiitiiMr.ilur Cnardlau Adiiiiiiislrat rix Ailliiiniitratur linal linal linal 1st annual 1-t annual The Belgian Draft Stallion. ROHEOS IlOMKOuill make tlie pr sent mmmiii :it my farni,"!'i mili' nnrtlii'.ivt f Ori'Kmi. wllli tlie line s.ilililiT."iii-Tiiiii!" ami tie- two ,I-iitli,I .lacks. Hick .IhIiiimhi ami Zullii-nilnr. Description and Pedigree: HUM HO i;ui linimrtcil lVI'ian Dnift.Uiinicn is a line horse". Willi si"! lxnn' ami a tinr top. Is black In color with small Mar in fori-heatl ; stamls ifiliainls hlyili ami i'iln l.TOn mmniK He Is a perfect specimen ef the ilraft linrsc. snlctiil ill wnlker ami trotter, coml li'iiu'lli ami Kreat Iireailtli : Biil feet. It will pay joii to see him hefore lirwilinB your man's. Terms and Conkitions: W to insure colt to st.mil ami snek. Tlicn mare is parted with or reiiioveil fnini original localltv, money for .service becomes tine at once. A lien on mare ami loai w iu n iiein mr Insiirance money. iaru win ie laKen hi pre vent accidents, tint will not lie reMion-ilile slioulil any oecnr. The Thoroughbred Saddle Stallion. On Time! DESCRIPTION. Oil-Time is a line, bright liav. S years olil ami weishs ahout l'Jon He will he allowed to serve a limited iinmher of mares at my li.irn .1 miles east of Oregon, for the season of 1:0". PEDIGREE. On-Time liy Old On-Time, and he liy Stone wall .lackson. I'irst tlam by llellsliazzar; sec ond by rrank, rimroiiKhhred. on-Time, .Ir is out of Je nay Unit : slm by .Sir Wallace, and Jenny's tlam was a. Tlioronshbred race mare and siretl bv Joe Ilrown, an Imported race horse, .lennv's prand-dam was Sir Albion.-On-Tinie Is eligible to reorder. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. S3 to Insure livlns colt. If mare is traded or parted with, sold or removed from original lo cality, money for servico becomes tine and pay able at once. Alien onniare and foal will be held for insurance monev. fare will be. taken to prevent accidents, tint will not be responsi ble should any occur. The Celebrated Jacks, Zollicoffer and Dick Johnson They will in:ikit1n m:i-mmi of i:Oit Yw vnno DESCRIPTIONS AND PEDIGREES. ZtiUlcotter isa dark brown, II e:u old this sprlna. U h:i:iils liluh and weiuli lino. 111. k .l)liiis.in will be :iliwed to serve a Hull tod nunibi-rol nrires. lie Is M.iek with white Mlnts.:i ears old. b hands lnli ami wellis lil pounds. 1 tot Ii these J'loksh.wo pediarees fully record ed. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. ssto iusiin riooll bv Zollieotler. and Sin by Hick .lohuson. condilious beun: the same as for On Time. iifl' not biin-j vniir m.ires oirsmid.iv. for I will posiiivl.v not tie ativ business ou thai ,,y GEORGE S STEPHENSON. Starvation never el cureil tlvspopMn. IVieone with inilicet-ttoii are alreaily half ("tarvetl. They neetl ulenty tif vvlielestmie food. Ktnlol Dvspepsia I'uro tliteists what you eat MMltelmilyvwn he nouriMi eil while llie vvurn out oriraua are lean; rromtruetK It is the only urermra lion known Hint will iiiiI ant ly. relieve ami etnnIolt'ly euro nil ftotnnoh trouli leu Trv it if n are niilVerinc from in tlicextiou It will tvrtiunly iln you cihmI. For mto 1V S. . Aiken, anil .'. l. I'rvHul. "THE NEBRASKA-COLORADO EXPRESS." A NEW TRAIN. On Juno till the lurliu):tou Kouto puts into He jvnenor servii'o to llio Went a new flint daily train to lonver leaving Central Misnvuri ai.tl Mis-muiri Kivoreitiffiat nilit.arrivin:nt Uenverat iii'Jtl . m. tlie uevt vlay. Ptreet via St. loxeiihauil Southern Neliraska, Tlim servieo in entirely iidditional to the Uiirlinirtou s ureat whoino tit kih aeuiT train service- to tho West and Northwest. Pnlif.irn'm ICvt'llrHiiiiis iivorv Tlmruilnv luorniiiK- Tourist sliHiKrs Tiilaja and Thursdays, St. Joseph to Seattle, via HilliiiL's Kouto. For details, nsk your ticket aircnt or J.no. Ui: Witt, i. w . w aklkv, Div. 1. A.. (Jen'l A., St. Jowl ill, Mo, St Uniis, Mo. HOW.VKII KkUIITT. Vl.NK HOVKV, (toniirnl Manau'er, AKent. St. Jtwindi, V". Korest City, Mo, TO OPEN UP CHINA. Brief History of the Treaties Made, the Rebellions, Riots and Seizure of Territory. The followirji; is a brief history of the attempts to open up China to foreign trade, the important treaties made, anil tho riots and rebellions that have taken pi nee: lS42-Treatv of Nankin names certain open ports and cedes Hong Kong to the Uritish. 1851 Taiping rebellion breaks out un der the pretender Tien Teh. ISTiS Hrilieh and French alliod forces proceed toward Peking and take Peiho ports. June treaty ot TionTsin guaran tees freodom of trado nnd toleration of Christianity. lSOO-Uniled Stales Envoy Ward nr- rives nt Peking and concludes commer cial treaty November 21. lSlsO-Anclo-Frencli expedition. A Hies take Taku forts with loss of S00, march to Peking, which surrenders on October 12. New treaty signed October Z. Xnvenilier UuS3ia concludes treaty, with Russia obtaining free trado and territories. 1SC1 -Gordon's success against Taip trigs. 1SGS Chineso embassy, headed by An son Burlingame, received at Washington and trenty signed. 1ST0 Massacre at Tien Tsin of many French Unman Catholics and converts. 1S7C First railway in China opened (11 miles) at Shanghai. 1S77 Decrees of etjual rights to Chi nese Christians. 1887 General proclamation for pro tection of -Christian miBsionaries and converts. , ISSO-New treaties with tho United Stntes signed. 1SSS--Railway from Tien TsintoTnku opened. 1S!11 Anti-European riots; emperor decrees protection for foreigners: dip lomatic protests: llritatn, Frence, Ger many and United States unite to protect their "nationals" against Chinese viol ence. Insurrection in Mongolia nnd Northern Chinn ngair.st foreigners anil nntive Christians suppressed after much slaughter. 1S01 War with Japan. 1S!V Treaty with Japan cedes For mosa. 1697- Germans seize port of Kiaochou on account ot murder of two mission aries. 1S0S - January Germnny obtains nino- Iv nine years' lease of district of Kiao chou, in Shantung. March Russia obtains lease of Port Arthur and Talienwan and territories for Iwenty-liyo years. April Itntain obtains lenso of Weihai- wei for period coterminous with Rnpsia's occupation ot Port Arthur- Franceobtainsninoly-nineyenrs' lease of Bay of Kwangchauwan, in Southeast China. 189D Dowager empress resumes re gency and favors reactionary ministers. Powers send marines to Peking to pro tect legations. 1!K)0-I5o5er ngitalton against foreign- crs.--l'rom tiio ioronio uioue. A Good Cough Medicine. Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the life of Ohnm berlain's Cough Remedy. If niliicled with any throat or lung trouble, givo it a trial for it is certain to prove bcnelicial. Coughs that haye resisted all oilier treat ment for years, have yielded to this remedy and perfect hoallh been restored Cases that seemed hopeless, that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit, hnvo been permanently cured by its use. For sale by Clark O. Proud. Nickell's Grove. Dolph Kunkel has been on the sick- list, but is around again. Mrs. Katie Kennedy, of Oregon, was visiting her parents over Sunday. Ira Ilershner went over to Whito Cloud, Kansas, on his wheel, Sunday. The made aro nearly impassiblo since the big rain, in this neighborhood. The milk wagon makes its daily trips from this vicinity to Fillmore, to tho creamery. (Juite a number from here nttended tho Chautauqua at White Cloud, Kan sas, Sunday ami some one got left. V.. K. Cliristensen hns remodled Ins barn in the way of putting in n rock basement and Bhedding it all around. J. 15. Hamm has just completed a hay barn, stock shed and self-feeder, 10x01 feel, for Al. Ilershner. It is a verv convenient bam. Diana. Irthe stomach, liver and bowels fail to perforin their functions regularly and naturally, the blood becomes contamin ated vvilb impurities, and the whole sys tem is in consequence debilitated. Iler bine is remarkable for its efficacy in cur ing the nilmen:s of summer, nnd the dis orders prevalent during hot weather. Price. ."s cents. J. C. Philbrick. Missouri's Great Showing. The tabulation of the matter for the state labor bureau's annnnl surplus ship ment map has been completed by the labor commissioner. T. P. Riey. The total value of thecommodiltes marketed iu ISW, as compared with the previous year, shown an increase tif more than f.",vXV.V0. The aggregate value of last year s surplus productions was $13T.07iV Sj5'.'. A few of the more important sur plus products are noted: Cattle vahttd at RV.C0,l.V.i; hogs, tfSW:K.Sli; horses and mules 728,StO: sheep, Sl.UT.llS; poultry. $7,tW.Oi:K wheat. e.titl.tU2:i'itn, SI,."VW.tit; cot ton. fl,17t.-VCi; apples, $113,130; ctrnw lierries. $210,o70j potatoes, S12.VJS0; Piel ons, f'JTtMVt; Hour, e7.07ri.S78; eggs, 61, tSVUH; butter. $010,100; wool. Sl.trJl.. 7:il;ooal.f2.MS.l27; lead ore, $3,370.2111; r.iui3ore.$;s,0;ft.UW; pig lead. $2,011,100; pig iron, $.il3,2t0; granite and vtone, tiVKt.IRM; luue,$7l3,S:Ki; brick, $lt7,0$0; hard wood lumber, $2,118,370; pine and all other soft timbers, $o,SOO,2J7; rail road ties, SI.I.VU.VS; cooperage, $2,tt7, IHK; uordwood. $:K0,902. Neglect in the short step so many take from a cough or cold to consumption. The early use of One Minute Cough Cure prevents consumption. It Is the only harmless remedy thnt gives imme diate results. It cures all throat and lung troubles. Children nil like it nnd mothers endorse it. For sale by S. W. Aikon, and C O. Proud. Presbyterian Church -Directory H. A. SAWYERS, PASTOR. Sabbath school nt Oi'W every Sabbath V. P. S. C. E. every Sabbath evening one hour before preaching. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve ning atTiW p. m. Preaching every Sabbath morning and evening by tho pat-tor. Everybody cordially invited lo attend above services. Woodville F,rst and third Sundnj'sJ of each month Christian Church Directory. W. T. MAUl'IN, IWSTOK. Sunday school every Sunday, at !):45 a. in. Preaching on tho second and fourth Sundaysineachmonth.il a. in., and evening. Preaching on the first and third Sundays in each month, nt Union school house. V. P. S. C. E. every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Prnyer meeting every Thursday eve ning nt 8 o'clock. Meeting of the official board every fourth Sunday at 3 p. m. All are cordially invited lo nttend. Evangelical Church Directory. HEW It. i:. MYKRS, I-ASTOR. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursdny at S p. m. Services every Sunday morning and evening. Regular preaching services the 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 a. in., and the 2nd nnd 1th .Sundays at 8 p. m. Preaching nt Nickell's Grove on the 1st and 3rd Sundays Tat 8 p. m., nrid the 2nd and 1th Sundays at 11 a. m. All nre cordially invited to nttend. Oregon Protective Association. Meets tho first Saturday afternoon in each month at 1:30 o'clock, nt the office of R. C. Henton. S. M. Stout, Secretary. German HI. H. Church Directory rkv. Jons i.ui-:i:, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday from 10:15 A. M. Preaching every Sunday at the Noda way church at 250 i m. Everybody cordially invited to attend nbovn services. 31. 15. Church Directory. HENRY OKAMPTON, PASTOR. Preaching every Sabbath morning nnd evening 10::t0 a. m., and nl7:o0 P. m. Sunday school every Sabbath, at '.150 A. M. Prayer meeting ovory Thursday, at 7:30, p. M. Epworlh Leaguo Junior every Sab bath 2 p. in., nnd senior one hour hefore preaching every Sabbath evening. l'uflinpps meeting of the official board the first Monday of each m onth,nt lilO, p. m. J. A. Kreok Secy., of tho board. A. II. UailySupt. S.S. W. F. M. Society meots the first Snturday of each month. HI. K. Church. Directory Forest City. RF.V. FAWKS, PASTOR. Preaching on tho second and fourth Sunday iu each month, 11 n. in., nnd evening. Preaching on tho first nnd tlii'd Sun day evening. Sunday school every Sunday, nt 9:30 a. m. Junior Leaguo at 2-30 p. m., nnd Senior League at 7 p. m. J. A. Lease, Pres. Prayer meeting every Tuesdny eve ning nt 8 o'clock. Ladies aid society every Friday, at 2:30 p. m.Mrs. E. A. Scott, president. Preaching, Kimsey school house on the first nnd third Sunday mornings. Sunday school at 10 a. m. John F. Waggoner, Sunt. All nre cordially invilod to nltend. Christian Church Directory of Jew l'oiut. II. P. TANDY, PASTOR. Sunday school every Sundny, at 9:30 a. in. Preaching on the first Sunday in each month, 11 a. m., nnd evening. Y. P. S. C. E. overy Sunday evening at 0:30 o'clock. All aro cordially invited to attend. Christian Church Directory ol Forest City. W. H. HAROMAN, PASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 a. ni. Preaching on the first nnd third Sun days in each month, 11 a. m. nnd eve ning. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sundny evening at 0:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Fridny evening nt 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. Order of Publication. .statk ok jussnnri, i Comity nt Holt. r " III the Probate Com! olllierounly of Unit anil Mate of Missouri. Mav Term. IK" I. In Ihe mailer ot the estate of .loseili llnrber. tltfrtisfil. V. II. KfrliariK AilinliiiMrvtor. Orilrrol 1'ilblie.itioii. Now, here at this Will I;iy of Mav.A. D..l.. culm's W. II. ilifhariN. Ailminislnitor. of the estate of Joseph lliieher. ihce:iseil. pre sonls to Ihe 'oiirt his setilion pniyln t .... f..r III, .'ii.. ..f M. lllllpll flf fill lur .III ,"in i ' - ---- real estate of saiil tltwaswl as will p,y ami s;il Isfy Ihe reiiiaiiiini: tleliLs ibie bv saiil estalejual vol liiip-ilil for want of sunieient assets, aecom iuiilril by tlieaeeoniits. lists aim Inventories rs:iiinst by law in Mieli ease, on exaiiiiiiation whereof it isonlereil Ih-it all persons iiitrrestetl In tho estate ol sjilit thveaseil N notilli'il thai application a afon-s-iiil has bts'ii maile. ami that unless the contrary be shovvn on or before the llrsl tlav ol the next term of this court, lo he helil on fie Mil of AiiuM next, an or tier will be maile for I he sale ol the whole.or so much of the real estate of saiil ihvease.1 as will br sufllcienl fortliepavitii lit of villi ileHs; ami It it further orilcrtM thai this notice be pnVilishcit In some newspaper in this connlv for four woe k lvtore Ihe nrxt term of this court. srATKUKMIS.SOriU.l founlvef Holt. I.:etv.V. Mnrphv. .Iinlse of Ihe Probate Cent! within aii.t for" saiil coiintv. Iiereby ccr titv that ihe above isa. true copy of theoricinal enter f puMicalloii then'iii rcfernMi lo. as the same npears of nsrunl In my onitv. Wllness mv hanil as jiiilceaml thesoal of our M'vi-1 s;ilil court. Iioncat mvolliiv In tire con in will county, this imh day ot .Inly. A. 11 . psM. IIKO. V. Mt't.l'll Y. .Iiiilneiit Pmbaie t'ourl. Order of Publication. STATU OK MlSSOriil.U, County of Holt, Is" tu the probate nuirl of the Ceiinty ol Hell ninl Slate ol Mtssouil. Mav tctm. P.. In Ihe m liter ot ot the estate ef Harriet Arler- burii, iltHV.Wil, William II. Voo,l, Ailnilu- stralor. tinier ol I'liblicalton William II Wo,M. ailininUlralor of the estate ot Harriot Arlcrbiirn. thveascl. pn scnts to the court his i'tltlon, ptavlne tor 101 enler for Ihe sale ot so much o! Ihe real estate ot sal.l ileeeasoi as vv III pav ami vlilvlliercui.timm:ilcblstluebv s;i cstnle, ami vVt nnpahl lor want ot MituYirnt assels, aovmp.tulisl bvtheaitvnnts.llslsaml liivra torics nipilrctt tv hn In such css,;ou examlna tlen vv hereof II Is onlcicil that all icrsons inter est ,M la the estate ot sabl lev:sol be nulMct! Ihatappllcallou its ntorcsabl basbceiiniailcMiul that unless the eonlrarv beMnwvn ouorbclon Hie llrst tlnv of Hi next letm otlhlsisiiiit.lo W' helil onthf tsihtlavol Aususl. next, an onlcr will be maile for Ihe wle of the whole, or so intioli of the nal estate tif satil ilcstMsnl lis will besuniclciittorlhe nientot.lil ilebls;niiil It Is lurlher onlenM lhal this notice le put llshisl In ssiiip iievuicr lulhlscoiiiily forfour weeks l-fon the next term ot this court STATU UK MISStHMtl. l Couuiy tt Holt. , , l.ilisirue W. Murphv.-ltulse ot the rre-trnto INiiirt.vvlthln itmt tor sjtbl countv.hftctiy ccrllty IhatthealHivelsntruectipvotthe otlnlnul or tlt r of publication ihen-ln relcrred to, as Ihe same apiicnrs ot ns.'oril In my ofllco. Wiiiies my haiul as JuiIkk ami the scat ot sKAi d our sahl court. Hone at my ofllce In )nison In sahl couuiy. thl nth tiay of .Inly. UKOKHKW.MrtiniV. Jiiilsoof i'mkitet mitt. Small in bIko nnd grent in results are IMVilt'H Little Early Risers, the fam oub little pills that cleanse the liver nnd Imwela. They do not gripe. For sale by S. W. Aiken, nnd C. O. Proud. 'Chawia' Terbacker." An old MietNUiihn from one of the brush dixtricts of Saline county was a wilnet-s in the uiicuii court in Marl :dl last week, tho Inilf.x smjs. WIhIk u:,it ing in an mite room he pulled f om Lis pjcKet a chunk of lo'viccn tix mcl long, two inches in diainuUr.Hi.U j.n feet round ard 6mn:t!i, and as linnl, aliui.rt as flint. After ln tun! cut off a efit vv n man who had wiitched hi in Hiked him what it was." Terbiu:ker," li answered. "YVs I know; but Alia't kiinJ is it?" "Mv own kind.""Where do ou buyii?" "Don't buy if. It's homespone terbacker 1 make it myself." In response to a great deal of rjues- tioni g the old man told his ttory of hos tile roll of tnbacco was made. ' Fust and fo'most," he said", "you must biive good upland homegrown leaf terbacke nn cure it in tho sun. Then you stem it, takin' out nil the stalks. When you're ready in the fall to make up your year e supply of chewin' terbacker, you saw off hickory log and bore a hole in one end nbout a foot deep with a two-inch auger. You hnve your leaf soaked in honey and peach brandy; or, if you haven't any pench brandy, apple brandy will do. You put your soaked terbacker leaves into tho two iuch auger hole in tho hickory log and ram it down till the hole is nearly full. Then you take a hickory plug made to fit the hole, and drive it in as tight as you can with n maul. This rc ashes tho terbackerinto a sol id chunk. Then you put the green hickory log on Ihe firo nnd lot it burn slow till it is heated nil through nnd the sap begins to sizzle out of the ends. You take the log oh then and put it out of doora to cool over night. Tho next morning you split the log open, and there's your chnwin' terbacker that will keep as hard a9 leather in any climate; and it i9 the swoetest chnwin the world. There never was no store terbacker to hold a candle to it for a sweet, lastin' chaw." Several tobacco chewers standing around sampled tho old man's home made plug, ami declared that it was the best they had ever tasted. In the old days that's the way the fust settlers in Missouri mnde their chawin' terbacker, the old man said. Danger Signal. Remember that your kidneys act as the cesspool of tho human body, into which all the impurities ot Ihe system are continually dumped for purification, and whon the kidneys fail to properly perform their functions, it is a signal of further complications. The liver be comes clogged, the blood is filled with uric acid poison, the heart becomes in volved, and unless tho proper remedy is applied, your caso will soon ba beyond the reach of human skill. Smith's Sure Kidney Cure will cure you in less time nnd at less expense than any other medi cino in tho world, nnd it is guaranteed. Price fit) cents per bottle. If you cannot obtain it from your druggist, Clnrk O. Proud, write direct to the company. What "Boxer" Means. It is said that "Iloxer" as used in connection with the present Chinese religious troubles is the name of n society that has in view the extermina tion of all Chinese conyerts to Christian ly. The word is English, standing for three Chinese words, "Yee Ho Ch'im" which aro defined as follows: "Yee" is Chinese for righteous, "Ho"for harmony and "Chum" for fists, making the full meaning of the word stand '"Righteous hnrmony produced with iiats'Profeesing to believe that Christianity will disturb the religious harmony that has existed in the Flowery Kingdom for many centuries past, they have started out to annihilate all its followers, or forcibly suppress it at any cost nnd sacrifice of life. They claim that Chinn is the Celestial Kingdom and that it is impu dence for outside barbarians to send mis sionaries into thntcountry to teach them roligion. The Shendoa Post gives this information as thoroughly reliable. Success and Failure. If bv success we mean the full accom phshment or an end, the actual reaping of n harvest of results, then it is un doubtedly true that the higher nnd nobler the purpose the rarer will bo the success. If we aim lo relieve nmans huncor we can quickly succeed in tho easy task; but if we aim to inspire him with n desire to earn his own bread the work is more ditlicult nnd the succees far more problematical. If wo would restrain a theif from robbery tlie prison bars and locks insure success; nut it we would make an honest man of him our tnsk is a complex one. nnd success mny tie afar off. Wo undertake lo teach a child to read: with requisite effort we accomplish our tnsk, we are succeetfol, but if wo aspire to raise the educational standard of our community how arduous tho tusk, how uncertain the rr suit, how questionable the6Uccese! The low man sees a little thing lo do, Sees it, and dos it; The high mnn.wit ha grent thing to pur sue, Dies ere he knows it. Is his life, then, a failure? No; let us never imagine that nny high purpose, nny noble thought, say generous emo tion, nny earnest effort, is ever lost. e mav never witness its growth, we may not live to gather itR fruit, or even to see its tilosonis; but we may safely trust that somewhere and at some time the hnryest will be abundnnt, and succees, long ladder, shnll become apparent. From the Philadelphia Public Ledger. Herhiue clenrs the complexion, gives buoyancy to the mind, cures headache, regulateB thestomnch and bowels, stimu lates the liver, nnd is, in fact, a perfect guardian of the health. Price, .VI cents. .1. C. Philbrick. Tliroimh Tourist Sleepers to Portuuiu, urrgiiii, ruri-iiKn Sound anil Alaska Travel. From St. Louts Via BurltngtonRoute. Personal Conducted Tourist Sleepers via the lturlington Route from St. 1 ..mis to Portland, Oregon, will be established in service commencing February ISth.lSOS. They leave St. Ioiiis at 8:15 P. M. u.vlneHdavs: Kiinta City 10:10 A. M. Thursdays; St. Joseph, 12:10 P. M. Thursdays, and run vin nincoin. iwn- yer. Scenic Colorado, .all iaKe uuy. Tli. pnrrsnt lowest rntea to Seattle, Tacomn nnd Ptiget Sound port" PP') via thin route, oiTering nn unusual chance to make steamer arrangements either nt Portlnnd. Tncoma or Seattle Ask your tioket agent or the under signed for aiwcial folder containing al details. U W. Wakki.v.v, (1. P. A., St Louis, Mo. John DkWitt, D, P. A., St. Joeenh. Mo. Vink IIovkv, Agent, Forest City. Mo V OSJOH jnoA LIVE Poultry Wanted! L. C. SHUMATE, FOREST CITY, MO. Tuesday, July ill, 1!MK). We will pay the following prices in cash: ITt-ns. rwr round. n ct.s Hpring Chicken, 1H It's anil over per 10-..S els Alt Turkeys, per lNiuml I cts l-ai jiiiCK. mil irainereti. per poiinii 1 lis Fat Ueesefull leathered, per doen. Old Roosters, per dozen 1 1 2ti Remember tho dates. Don't tie them, all can get coops that call. Craws to be empty. Sick and un marketable poultry, crooked breasted and poor turkeys not taken. Hoia poor young lurKeys until ruiiy developed. L. C. SHUMATE. Iliiles Wanted at Highest Market Price. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI. I. t ouiuj 01 iiim. ) In the Circuit Point of Holt County, in said stale, 10 llie AiiRiisi ierm. i'.o. JoI Lovelaily. 1'Ialiitilf . vs. Cora E. Lnvolaily, IK-nfentlant. At this day comes the plaintiff herein, by HenrvT. Alklre. his attorney, and files his pe tition anil nflldavlt, .'illrinc. rmoii other things, that dflcmlant. Cora E. I-nvelaily.is not a resident of the State of Missouri. Wl1pre11110n.lt Is or.Iensi bv the CIrrk. that said defendant lie nntillril by publication that planum lias rnmmenccii a sun against hit n this court, the object and ircneral nature of which is that plaintiffs fecks to be divorced fnim tlie bonds of matrimony contracted with tlie defendant in Holt county. Missouri, on the 12th day of December. A. 1)., ISO. on the grounds ot adultery alleged have been com mitted by s;ilil defendant; and that un less the said defendant, Cora K. I-ovetady, lie and appear at this court at the next term thereof, to be begun iui holden at the court house, in the city of Oregon, in said coua ty. on tlie 27th tlav or August next, and on or before the sixth day of sahl term it the trrni shall so lomr continue, and If not. then -mi or before the last tlay of said term-answer or pleail 10 me pennon in sam cause, uie same will be laken a confessed, and judgment will lm namterpil nrcnnlinolv. And it Is fuither entered, tliat a copy hereof be piibllsiieu accoming 10 law 111 me iuh.t CniiNTx- Skntinei. for four successive weeks. the last Insertion of which to lie at least four weeks before the saiil Kin tiavoi aiisiisi. i:jo. (JEO. W. HOC l'KKE, Clerk. A trnp ennr fmm flip record- Witness mv h.iinl .is clerk, and the seal of said seal.1 court. Done at ofllce la Oregon, this lain nay 01 dime. r-""'. (5EO.AV. 1100KEKE. Clerk. . . TRY THE . . " NEW HOME " SEW1NQ MACHINE. luniTr rnnninnill IDC showinethedif. nmitrunuinuuuMo cs : uhincum manul n Liu 1 wuwwhwiiw vuk -vyl-t: fjtMM at r Is of Sewing Machine we roanuueture ana men prices otiore you purec -"jr THE NEW ROME SEWIKI MiGRINE GO. OJtASOE, 3TASS. tirmonS.iar,S.V. Chlcnco, HU StlouKMo. iMlUfcTeua. SaFrnrto.Cil. AtlnU.iU. rnn caLC RY SCHULTK BROS., Oregon. Mo New Train Service' Between St. Joseph and Chariton, Ia. Via Grant City. Attention is directed to the new train service of the C. It. & Q. between St. Joseph, Mti.. nnd Chariton, Iowa, yia the now line lately completed between Grant City and Albany Junction. In addition to trains 111 and 112 be tween Chnriton and Kansas City via the old main line, there nre new trains ill and 113 running ai follows: No. Ill dnily excerj; Sunday from Chnriton to St. Joseph via Rethany Junction, Grant City and Albany Junc tion, leaving Chnriton a. m., arriv ing SU Joseph 12:30 root, making con nections nt St. Joseph with south liound. train of the K. C St. J. & C. R.. No. 20. North bound trains from Kansas City. No. 15 nnd 21 connect at St. Joseph with C. H. & Q. train No. 113 leaving St. Joseph daily except Sunday at 2:15 p. mn running north via Albany Junction Grant City and Rethany Junction, ar- riving Chariton WW n. m. Ii. W. W.XKKt.KV. General Passenger Agent. Unless food is digested ijuickly it will ferment and irritate the stomach. After each meal take n tent-poonful of Ktnlol Dyspepsin Cun. It iligests what you eat nnd will allow you to eat all you need of whnt you like. U never fails to cure the worst capes of dyspepsia. It is pleas nnt to take. For sale by S. W. Aiken, nnd C. O. Proud. nil. II. A. KATIili. Physician and Surgeon, HKLWIG, MISSOURI. Huineni men who lack the vim, snap nnd vjgor they mire. had. should use Her oine, it will purify the blood, strengthen and invigornte the system. Price, M) oents. J. C. Philbrick. mm ... "'j rlLfl rllm two ti iiuw ir8 l,l,iQHI ml) -Pino Aiiiipjo ii " Vjpifiy l laoi e 83i-jwi oi noniP ' '" mfii -oo3 uni nnd 'rcui puv jjo oqiwi Wfi n uini inq Miiaq xrn auoq WL qi pai uatuvq aqi una Spa lau T53? TiorrnN sCirJ -moo t) jo part ia VS-r- em j aaujq 8tn -ooiioodptraMioq lSsfCafc. 8uixooi poos v a BY Ponder These Figures. Here is an iniertet ng array of figures ti'at av-a titcu'ett nllui nee upt n Vt t-rs in November: This country wa moren-arly ma frro-ir.,ii,. I a-iio in JSp; ihmj cu-i lwr,ite in luij p-ir. e oxportetl tiiiring llmtvear but 2i.riAi. bushltj.if earn Wr ii,.v li.fiw.uritij: lS'JSaiut lSLHIniore m-arlj r: pri.t.-jivi- li.isis. :nnl ve ex Ii. t .11 i-;ietr if 'hiiyt ve ir-i iiiuie than 20O.WH).(X)O of ljys,l...- KBI1, r aiH.ut seven t' 0110. TU- piicip.ud Tnr bet-f ly vvts'ern packers in ISM?, under Dotnt.cralii: rule, was St 'Si per H II pmit.tK fhey pt.itl ia 1S0O. under II publican rnl. o.fhl p.-r 1(X) pounds. In 1891. a IViu irralic year, bill 231, 8IS..r!); biislii l.i uf nheat were soli! for home consiiniption: last yeur, a Kepuli henn year, I.VJ.tVtkS.i bustiels were sold for home consumption. In Democratic 1S95 tho world's pro duction of gold was 317,00,X0 leas than its production of silver. In Kepuhlican 1S0S the gold production was :?7:,700,00O greater than silver. During 1S01-S, under Cleveland's ad ministration, wn exported ah.uit $ I "-!,- WXJ.tXW more of gold than we imported. During 1S93 9, under McKinley's ad ministration, we imported about 112,- 000,000 moro gold than wo exporteil. Republicanism stnnds for prosperity; Democracy for stagnation and hard times. Ivy poisoning, poison wounds pnnall other accidental injuries may be quickly cured by using DeWiit's Witch Hazel Salve. It is also a certain euro for piles and skin diseases. Take no other. For sale by S. W. Aiken, and C. O. Proud. What Farmers Have Gained. The American farmer is prospering when well paid ago earners are carry ing well tilled dinner pails, as the follow ing comparison or the fnrm values ot principal crops shows: 1S05 1881). Crop Total Value. Total Value. Corn "Il.OSTi.K!! Stt2,210,llu Wheat.... 237,9.TS,ias :il!),riri,209 Oats lCJ.KVl.OlB 108.1(77,075 liyo ll,9ai,S2(; 12,2M,11S Hnrley..... 20,312,11:5 23,r01,2.71 Potntoes.. 7S,0Sl,tXl 80,.T2S,:C!2 Cotton.... 2lW,33S,00O n.T2,0C0,0('O Hay :C,ia-i,fiiri 411,!2bMS7 Tobacco... Kj,."i71.22ti tri.OOO.COO Flax 12,000,000 21,000,IKK) Si,7C7,aio,fi7i S2,ooo,7S(;,7ov; Plenty of work and good wages follow ing the opening of the mills, increasing the home market for fnrm produce so as to make these ten staple crops worth up wards of 6223,000,000 more to the Ameri can farmer than under the Democratic free trade administration, which shut our mills, killed our homeindustriep.nnd gave our trade to foreigners. Add to this increase ot 6.?23,MO,00O the advance of $033,000,000 in the vnlue of life stock within tne last few years, it will bo seen that the farmers of tho country hnro gained almost a round billion dollars through the better times under this Republican administration, without estimating the increased valuta ot their fruit, butter, cheese, eggp, veg etables ami other small crops, to say nothing of the increased price paid for wool. How is the Ticket? Does it 6uit you? Well, we nre not nil alike, you know, in this world, nnd it is hard to please everyone, but tho favor is unanimously for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin as it is guaranteed to cure Con stipation, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble. Sold by T. S. Hinde it Son. Feeding the Sparrows. A curious sight may be witnessed in Hyde pnrk, London, usually on Sunday afternoon, This is the reeding of the sparrows by an idiyidual who appears to be on the most intimate terms with them, for the birds follow him. chirp nt him, and not only fly closo to him to catch the bread which ho throws into the air, but will actually settle on his hand and eat there. The secret tif 1 is success, no doubt, lies in grent patience on his part, nnd the gradually grownup habit of expecting food from him on the part of his feathered frieadp, but alpo tho noticeable deliberation of his move ments, antl especially ihe rigidity of hie arm while tillering the fond. Chicago News. Short Way to Hospital. A friend junt back from Ireland as sures me, writes a correspondent, that thero is not in the whole empire at this moment a place wIiom loyalty can -np proachthatof Dublin. High antl low. especially the latter, are nevor tired tif giving vent to their feeling of devotion for the gracious lady who has been mov ing to nnd fro in their midst, winning their chivalrous Irish hearts by her womanly sympathy and solicitude. Such .1 change is tho more startling loany ono who has known how different it was in the recent past, and we can all recall somo misgivings of our own when the first announcement reached us of tho queen's intention to cross the Irish rhnn nel. "The best hint 1 can give you," said my friend, "of tho present stale of Irish feeling is n bit tif my own experience there the other tiny. I was making ni way to a hospital lo see a doctor friend, and, not quitesure of my benrings.nsked the direction uf a rough, jovial lookirg chap among the crowd who had Imen cheering her majesty nn one of her daily drives. If ye want to liml the hospital from nny ptrto Dublin. he rejoined, vvitli n broad grin, "just ye stand out 011 tlie curb nnd shout. Thrny cheers fur Kruger."im'ye'lt la there m a couple o minutes." From Ihe Ijondun King. The report of the Mate labor bureau i-hows that the .Missouri lieu did her full duty last year toward mciensing the ttV prof perty. The ligures show thnt tlu total number of pounds ot poultry, live anil dret ed,hipped from SCiFsouri's Til counties in liW, an reported from the railroad and exprebs companies, was im',t$S.711i. an increase tif :U!,tH7.i:i't pound" over the preceding year. The total number tit dofcenn of eggs shipped last year was :il,S73.010, and the aggre gate value) In the producer of poultry and eggs wan ?12.WI,PI3 51. A Iretn:iiitr IMuislelnu. in Monllcollo, III., formula! etl Dr. Cald well' Syrup Pepsin. Ask T. S. Hindu t Son.