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THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC
T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor
1 ItlDAT, SKlTKJUJKIt IS 1SSM.
Hon. S. S. Cox, tho bril
liant statesman, wit and author,
died at his homo in New York
City, Tuesday evening.
John L. Sullivau has an
nounced that he will bo a candi
date for Congress on the Denio-
-.,;,. HoVot if ho can cet uiu
By reference to tho vote, it
will hP. rqgu that since tho sup
posed adoption of tho law restrain
ing swine and sheep, nearly three
years ago, the law hae rapidly
grown in popularity.
Tho failure of tho bond
holdc-r's combination to force up
the premiums on Treasury pur
chases, has caused an easier
feeling iu tho financial situation.
It is reportod that Com
missioner of Pensions Tanner, has
been removed from office by Presi
dent Harrison. It is understood
that Gonl. Noble threatened to
m n tl- romnrPn.
resign it j.anner no """
Watertown wants to bo tho
capital of South Dakota. It is
the financial, railroad and nianu
facturiug center of the state. It
is in the front rank of progressive
western cities, and can, without
doubt, offer greater inducements
for the canital than any other city
of South Dakota.
There is steady improve
ment in nearly all industrial lines.
The iron trade is very encourag
ing and tho prices in pig iron,
steel rails, and the more impor
ted articles of manufacture, are
advancing. On the whole the situa
tion is full of encouragement for
Had a majority of all tue
votes in the county been necessary
to adopt the hog and sheep law,
the matter would have been put
at rest, forever, by Tuesday'3 vote.
There is not the least ground for
quibbling over the matter, as
there is a majority of all the
votes in the county in favor of the
adoption of the law.
A bill has paBsed both
Mr.'AbeMiller of Adair wbb in
town Monday and brought liis
daughter, Eva, who will attend
Mr. D. It. McClaj-, says "It
seems as though I " OhI camo
very near giving it away. I for
got. Mr. McClay is an excellent
neighbor and 1 musl not give
Minnie Lyons of Edina will at
tond the Academy.
John Hiues has moved into
Mrs. Wui; Dunham broucht her
daughter down to attend the
Mrs. .1 . N. McCreory is visiting
Mr. Jones of Suo City brought
in a student the first of tho wook.
Both of our M. D's. are quite
Stella Hopkins is teaching tho
Hattio Barnhill is teaching east
Mamie Shade -is teaching the
school west of Brashear.
houses of the BrazilianParlianient
for the emancipation of all Brazil
ian slaves. The newly made
freedmen are to serve their mas
ters till Christmas. By the pro
visions of this bill about 600,000
slaves are set free, and are the last
held by any civilized power in the
world. Yerily the world moves.
The publishers of St Nich
olas announce that that popular
children's magazine is to be en
larged, beginning with the new
volume, which opens with Novem
ber, ISS'J, and that a new and
clearer type will be adopted. Pour
important serial stories by four
well known American authors will
be given during the coming year.
Dr. I. R. Hicks of St Louis
and Prof. Boot of Canton were
both correct in their predictions
for Sept 12 to 15. Coney Island
and Brighton Beach were almost
submerged by a tidal wave Tues
day, tho effect of a fierce hurri
cane, and earthquake4shockB have
been felt in different portions of
It is ihought by many that
a tax receipt is a protection
against a judgment for taxes.
Such is not the case, however. If
suit is brought against a tract of
land on which taxes have been
Farmers are very busy prepar
ing the ground and sowing: wheat
The fine rains durincr the week
have greatly revived vegetation
and made plenty of stock water,
bam and Dan Cliiidwell and An
drew Billings are raaking a tour
throughbouth Missouri, Arkansas
and Oaklahoma, viewing the coun
try. Miss Hattie Barnhart of Kansas
is hero visiting relatives.
Miss Minta Davidson is visiting
in Macon City.
Ed. Clotfelter is visiting in Ill
inois. Miss InezMalona is visifincr in
Mrs Haun and children are
spending a few days with Mrs.
Haun's sister in Edina.
Mrs. C. H. Malone is visiting
her brother, Mr. Henry Clark,
Mr. Jas. Price has just had a
very neat barn erected; the work
was done by carpenter Haun.
Aunt Silly Jones was recently
thrown from a horse and badly
hurt; it is doubtful if she over en
J. 15. L-arlton is having his new
Misses Laura and Ella McDer-
nnt will attend tho
Academy this term.
Health good. Rustic.
MY BURIAL GROUND.
I'mi a Ijurlol Kroniul, all, all my own,
Wlicre tho l'nst wrarstlfencst gloom i
''Il n f.otcnin tpot, but neer Helmut
Toll Us fntncliooils o'ur a tomb.
'1 lit.ro cypress sro s ami tho illginnl yow,
Interlocked by tlie growth of curs,
From tlijlimtRlig of which ilrlps tliu morn
With tho lirncklslimss oftenrs.
"1 here's encliiuitnu'iit vvclreil, hut yet snb
llnie, Prevailing It9 trnnqtilliilr,
Ami full orten at the twilight time
Does my Taney wander there.
There's an echo there from broken strings,
A relraln from the years gone by.
Ami n rustling or mjsterlotii wings,
At soft as a parting sigh.
Oh. 1 cannot tell for I ilo not know
The number of grnes I'voniiule;
Ilut the things I've chcrlshoil most lie low
In that damn nnd dreary shade.
There's a mlneof forrow beneath tho sod,
Thatmy sighs may neer exhaust,
And I renin lectnrc from e cry clod,
Where I bury my loveil nnd lost,
' Hones akin to dreams olTnrmlini'
Idols or my youthful neart
Oh, there's nerer such blue been In tho
Since I saw those hopes denarii
Somo sickened and died In n single day.
Abandoned by w cak design,
lint some like the summer passed away,
In a slow nnd snd decline.
I've a sorrow, alien to all grUf,
For those, children or heart and brain,
Whose existence was so bright, yet brief,
In the castles I had In Spain.
Those castles niedown, their rninso'er
grown With rank, pestiferous weeds,
Hut 1 yet hope to utilize each stone
In paving tho way to deeds.
Yes, when smiles the gentle djlng day
On Hesperus, newly crowned,
Jly fancy lov es for a time to stray
In my solenmbnrlal grondj
And thence It comet 'with a rare perfume,
From a flower that none nny sec
A Hon er of a sweet, unradlng bloom,
It Is named Humility.
I'alx T. tioiimuv.
County Court Proceedings.
The Sheriff was
two horses, o
horses reportod I
ordered Inr tho court to kill
wl by John K. Hoel, said
be afflicted, with tho gland-
released : Martin .7
!ehool fund mortgages wero
.1. IIInliMV I). 15. hentt. K. K.
Stepli. Hull erlcrcU to lot nnd contract for
tho building of K bridge at uw llnitcn; nlo
pno across l.lttli Mustel near Mllliurn Jny
lors. Commissioner Contract vv.th John Under
to bulleaillllko bridge nnd contract with . I
J. AlcClaunhan o build Craw rord and Canada
triages wero ap roveil.
County Clork (riterod lo turn tho tav books
ror tho ittsi ovortu tho collector.
II. G. ltpmitlltT vrna nitnnliili.il itinrcn... ..r
Dlal.lSnltJtiverto. " "" "'
Commissioner! contract with .lolm I). Dnvli
ror bulidlngibrltee, npjiroed'. Also contract
with .liimesIIIcf-iKi u approved
T. .T. AliernntlT. .1 I." l r 1 i. . .
w ci if;; r. .V .'ii'ieiucK, .iuiiq
tv. li n..,i i- Ji-.T.r'"r",A' ".:... "u"!"ir-
ii.'.i..'... :..?.'!"' ' wiisnii, r. ir
.... inics. -. ji.nmmi and John llicliev lintl
Bennltviiii inv i.ioonj ihi.iiujii.iii
The loll jwlnj warrants vvrro Issued:
Holman I. (H
1 MJl'JJK FUND.
Mrs. Itond In hi mn,i nr ir
Marlam'VvelvT8'0 8""!'.0rt r ""
arali b. AUxai di r
Jo 1m ''"mi"'?l'PI'OrtofJIrs
J.J). Hollownttnriirn nf, ...,.,.,.. ..
rami 1 i,0"i"-'o a, jpuui
J. W..SIrll,ll.. J-!M
Mk w,. ii3 "" iinuicii oroincr
Jtrs bcrena .Uldiyy to earn orKliabeth,
r ."thanldJas. Klclinv
,... ,,rcwlton Tor goods furulshcd
IIIIIIIIIT I n a.
T. S '!..!.. ..I . .. ''
K. b. Shields tiradmlttingU. Ciimmlngs
U.FWIIllnniJ to taking G. Cummlngs
to asyluni " 41; 7-,
, II. Steele lb tuppori or self -i.w
TitrJJ!V!'J' to";,,mBo onlJrastleld road 7..W
s?.,S 8" to hmn& surveyor i.m
stepli . HaH to aiplroiirlation ror Salt It n lSd.on
0 building McUermlt br VU.OO
A I. Story to bnlUInc F
ur .Mauls ni
IN FIRE AND SMOKE.
Tho Groat Pyrotechnic Spoctacle.
The Destruction of Pompeii.
paid, and the owner does not pro
sent the receipt, the case will go
against him by default, as in
case of a judgment rendered,
when party does not appear. If
persons, who have been notiGed
that they are delinquent have tax
receipts, they Bhould present them
to tho collector and thuso save
both money and annoyance.
Tho announcement in tho
Graphic of last week, that it only
required a majority of tho Toters
voting to adopt the law restraining
sheep and swine, caused consid
erable discussion. Below we give
tho section of law bearing on this
point, and it is so plain as to be
unmistakable. The folowing is
the section referred to:
Sec 7. Tho provisions of this
chapter are hereby suspended in
tho soveral counties in this state
until a majority of the legal voters
of any county voting at any gener
al or special election called for
that purpose, shall decide to en
force tho same in such county;
provided, that only a majority of
the legal voters voting on said
question shall be necessary to de
cide its adoption or rejection.
Everybody in Gibbs will attend
the Eirksville fair.
Mrs. A. L. Gibbs is visiting in
New York and Massachusetts and
will be absent several months.
Miss Lucy Thompson has re
turned to her home in Newark,
J. F. 'Whitacre & Co., are re
ceiving their fall and winter stock
of goodp. They handle no trash
but sell the best of goods.
P. D. Grubb has been confined
tolas room several days with
G. "W. McCoy has about forty
trees of fine peaches.
Ihe banta le is doing a lnrge
business; about thirty to forty
trains pass over the road every
twenty four hours.
Paul E. Davis, C. L. Eider, Miss
Anna Harlan, and Miss Ida Glenn
were the guests of S. P. Lane, Sun
day. Eainis very badly needed in
this locality, pastures are drying
up and wells going dry.
Mrs. Dr. Barnes is visiting in
Jas. Glasgow ib building a now
residence in the Elmore addition.
There is talk of a Christian
church being erected here this
Wide Awake for September.
earn; it is
Wide Awako for
opens the new serial
Coolidge, a story for
have their liviner to
called "A Little Knight of Labor'
one of t1 oso stories that are en
joyed equally by young and old
The Peppers serial by Margaret
Sidney, is full of good times and
exciting happenings, as is usual
with the Peppers household. An
article that will bo road with in
terest relates to "Maria Mitnhr.ll
at Vassar," and is written by one
or ner oiu pupils; tnore 10 a good
portrait of the famous woman
astronomer. Miss Eisloy Seward
gives the last of her Around tho
World Stories perhaps the most
entertaining of th?m all; it is en
titled "My Dinner at Kensinrton
Palace" an amusing glimpse of
royalty. Madame do Meissner, in
"The Story of the 'Macic Piute' "
relates a romantic incident in the
young life of Mozart. Lieut Lou
don tells a bright Indian story,
"The Bace between Mr. Deer and
Mr. Antelope." Mrs. Kate Upson
Clark has an amusing account of
a mother's experience with three
boys and three birds, entitled
"Three ltotuns." Mrs. Hy. Sand
hani has a bit of Canadian experi
ence called "A Voyage on a llaf L"
Au account of a North Carolina
outing, illustrated from photo
graphs is entitled "Through Hick
ory Nut Gap." The boys will enjoy
the article about "Swimming."
The "Men and Things" pages are
full of bright anecdotes and worth
whilo talks. "Wide Awake is 82.40
a year. D. Lothrop Company,
publishers, Boston, Mass.
The use of fireworks combined
with scenery to reproduce impor
tant events of history has reached
a high state of perfection, and
whilo furnishing amusement
serves also to impress upon tho
public mind an idea of the man
ners, customs and habits of tho
people with which the display
de.als. The most successful doliu-
tation so far attempted is that of
the destruction of the City of
Pompeii. This Italian city was in
the first centurv of the Christian
Brashear' era destroyed by an eruption of
that famous volcano, Mount Ve
suvius, aud laid bucied beneath
the ashes for seventeen hundred
years forgotten until its exist
ence was accidentally discovered
through the digging of a welL
Tho destruction of the city is
portrayed in tho pyrotechnic dis
play called "The Last Days of
Pompeii," of which so much his
been said and written lately. Of
course no buiding jb I aiee enough
to contain the material-for thi3
speotacle. A city must bo built,
a lake constructed, a mountain
must rise above the tallest steeple
and the immense stores of lire
works must nave a vent greater
than any house could aiford. The
exhibition io made in tho open
The scene is will chosen; the
magnificent City of Pompeii, tho
abode of wealth and fashion, is re
produced in miniature in all per
fection. The style of building, the
customs, diess and habit of the
people of that day are fully pro
duced. The games, exercises,
combats, music, labors and amuse
ments of the people are portrayed
by several hundred perfoimers.
In the midst of the festivities
comes the eruption of tha volcano.
Its top grows red, the earth shakes
beneath its rumbling, lightning
flashes and thunder rolls. The
people attempt to escape; some
llee to the boats or into the coun
try; some run wildly about, while
others fall to the ground unable to
help themselves. The summtt of
the mountain explodes with a
mighty report, sending volumes of
Haines, great stones and Bhowers
of ashes high into the air, to de
scend upon the city. The build
ings take fire and burn with a
fierce flame, while explosion after
explosion from the mountain top
continues to supply a fiery deluce.
The city is consumed, and so real
istic is the scene that one can
hardly keep from believing that
what he has witnessed was only a
harmless reproduction instead of
tue actual event. Of course such
a display, to be effective, must
take place at night, and with all
the accompaniments of bombs,
rockets and specialties which we
have no space to describe; the
spectacle is a grander one than
human imagination can produce.
This spectacle will be exhibit
ed at Quincy for ten nights as
follows: Sept. 10, 12, 14,17, 19, 20,
21, 24, 2G, and 28. During which
time excursion trains will be run
to tho city from all points within
a hundred miles of the city. All
railroads aud steamboat lines will
carry passengers at excursion
linn, 11 11a 1 I...
Jacob HotTner thread material
;' Wat read material
A I, lluck road material
J 11 Dodson bill orcost vs A Cllugsmlth
" Annie Coy
f,i ,-.,'., Uus Williams
Itobert J.iunswito cleaning prl y'
Journal I'rintlng Co., m-intliig pojlal
G F Williams boarding prisoners
to iotirlnc judge or special
term or court.
Step!. Hall service as Co 11 K Corns
?.. ,. ? . ?8hlInmakingroad tax book
,. ,J IJnder scrv as Couutv Judge
U ff .Iccts " '
Order of Publication in Vacation.
."oclotn,: iV"" CUnt5-' -MU-the
usnS tartSffi,"S' "S0 "J? t"
?ne r tuo co ntfo? A.ialr. state 1ZS
V'am'ielt defendants"6 BnkB0" " "eIrs of Jo"
.. . oi5i Petition ror Tas.
-"i vn uuh .ni uav
Is n non-resident or tho stale or Missouri, so
that thu ordinary process or law cannot In
Hcnednpon him and prays that he bo sum
moned by publication. Whorororo It Is order
ed by said Clerk In vacation that publication
bo made notifying said defendant that an no
tion has been commenced nirnlniit him mil tin.
SlnKor sowing ninchlno company a corporation
by petition in tho circuit court of Adalrcounty
Missouri, , the object and general naturo of
which is to obtain n Judgment against said de
fendants Tor the sum or nlno and ai-lot) dollars
nggrognto amount or taxes Tor thejearlM7.
anil cvled upon and against tho real estate
."li?""";'1' ,,wn,r1 ''-v tho ileren
H'L,S taxes duo and delln-ment on said
land, with Interest thereon as provided by law
'"Kjiuiei wiiii commission, attorney's recs nnd
costs of sa lil Proceedings. Alio to have said
jii ifciniM iicciareiia lien In fawirorthostnU. of
.'.i-iuiiM iiliin ineioiiowingilescrlbod lands,
lying and being sltunto in the county of Adair
and statu or.MlsHourl, to-uit:
1(5 It center port or lot No six, 6, block No
rloton, II , ton n or Kirks lllo , enmineiirliig .(
ret t east or N N corner or said lot, thence
south (is ft, cast IB ft, north V rt, west !(! rt
And nlan tn infni-.n anlil 1l..n n...l tn nl.nl..
ilccrj o ror tho sale or said re'al estate or so
much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy
Clll It.ilir.n....! I....... . I. . -. .
r-injiiuiiitm, inn-real cuiiiiniesirill, ices mm
ccts. And unless you William IMwards the
said defendant be and appear at tho next reir-
lar term or tho circuit coar t or Adair county,
Missouri, to bo begun r.nil held at tho court
iiuuso in jvirksriuo, on the second Monday In
iciuucr, lBsu, nnn nnswer or plead t" said po
tion on or before tho Blxlli day or said termor
uunri. pnomu mo term so long continue, mid
ir not, then ber.iro tho end ot thu term. the
somo will bo taken as conressed, nnd judg
ment rendered ns asked ror In plaintiff's peti
tion. It is further ordered ttmt n. rmiv nrtiit-
orderbo published in thu weekly Graphic n
weekly newspaper published In said
Adnlrconnty, lor four weeks successively, the
last Insertion to bunt least four weeks before
tho commencement of tho net term nrthl.
conrt. A true copy. Attest
Seal J. is. DODSON. Clerk.
ille i,i. :.n.i... T.: ., " ?"" "' -"issuim, anu
,r V J """" ,u on-' ruovc entitled cause
iiaots Hie unknown htirs or John V.mWcit
the owners lofsaid land are to tli.l'laliitllT un
known and their names and place ol residence
Is also unknown that ;they are the ow iers or
?hadt 'S? nnV'e,ri! or 6aia John Vnel so
JJr.im,nr.r,Jnary,,r.0CDSS rla,v cannot bo
tcntd upon them and pras thatthev be sum
moned by publication. Wherefore It is of "r
cd by said Clerk iu t acation that , "bllcatlon
be made, notlfting said Derendants tha-.an
Hetltinn fn i'"'! C0"-'"'1 a,alnst them b?
n..0-in!lcciT(;,lit court or Adair county,
Missouri, the object and general natnrc or
ft!.t0.M" a judgment aga.ns?sa"d De
fendants ror the snm or Ten and 4.1-luo dollars
nggreeato amount or taxes ror the years l7H
lvl. 1S.S. 13, l, lb, ihsg, 17, and "cVlcd
!ii'.0enrSn,1ia8l,ln8t,th.e rcaI estate 'lic??inarter
la?.lnnTT?. by tl,e "Pendants. Said
"" ,l.I;,e,ana delinquent on said lanil, with
interest.thcreon as provided by law, togetli"
with commission, attoruey's fees and costs ol
said proceedings. Also to hav e said judgment
declared a lien in ravor ortl e state ofMlsionri
upon the following describe I lands, lying am
oreyfs68otunrrton..utrn"ty r Maiial'1 "te
If) nerna BnntnT--i i i -. . .
.lLaJ-2 cnroi"ce MM Ue" and to obtain a
decree for the sale of said real estate o" so
mnch thereof as maybe necess "rv to -atlsfv
Fobn Vinv I 1 if S 3 ?'"""-' unknown heirs or
loir at the V. !? sa"1 '''ftn'tants bo and aj
nn"fl!V!A"ir 0: AobeS
the second Monday i,", Octoh r l"an,l 'an?
.- tvi'iiiL iiiiiiiiii i ilia
-.nfei.eUr.nd uu'en IV? ," iSSS
fa iioHt.n., i. , -.,. . . ""-T
nnniiti r.w r....- .. r.i
ZZH'&hSO'.W to be at least four
. """' " wiiiinenceinent or the next
term ol this court. A true copr. Attest
"v, -r- It HUDSON, Clerk.
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Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Fever
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It is guaranteed to give perfect
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Price 2o cents per box.
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Order of Publication in Yacatio n
August 21st ljsn.
ai-ATK Ol- MISSOUIU, )
terImtl'l5s'urCUlt Cnrt rAllair comity, October
iamuelM. Ficklerand Thomas J. Dockery
Guardian and curator or Dillon Hayes, Thom
as Haves, and Ithml.-i ivtn .i..-',. ".
Thnm-ii..r.;.T.;3';r" ."""" "cl" "'
... .)..TOc u uuu iianiei I'ayton hus
band oflthoda l'ayton. Plaintiffs.
James llaVCS. Vrnnela .Tnl.nPA l i ,
band J.hnson ir living and her nnknown
1,'elr11J.anyanSaral1 I'aulding and her hus
band Thomas 15 Paulding and blester Cral gen
and acr husband CraiRen ir llvinl' SK
nnknown heirs If any .ndii.&pSrti'n1;
her husband Post ir livinc and the
nnknow heirs ir any and WilllamgHayes and
M111nre,?t?ynoId?,ana ""husband Key
noldsir living and her unknown heir, ir any,
""""""a-s.an'lltobert Hayes, derendants
At this day come tho plaintiffs herein? by
their attornovs. heron, ti?-. n.i.i.:.? J, "t
fllo their Petitioned .Sdt; l.fiZr
tKi .r.V " T'enua.m8 are a" no" residents or
the state or Missouri: so that the ordinary ser-
1?$ ft'at an oXor
1.u..wU..u,. u uwuu uoiiivinjr tjiem or the
pendency of this snit. b ' e
Whereupon It Is ordered bv the clerk lm.
aiti0?tliat)11.iir3 have commencea a suit
against them fn this court, the general object
and nature of w hlch is to obtain a decrte and
judgment or partition or tho f5l owing de
scribed lands situate, lying and beine in the
county of Adalrand state St Missouri? to-wl
Southwest quarter ortho southeast quarter
and the south half or the southwest quarter of
ecctlon no twenty one, "l and the northwest
quarter or tho northeist quarter orsccMon
twenty nine, -, all Iu township sixty one cT
range sixteen, . Tho jdalnflffs and deren
dants being the owners of said above describ
ed lands as children and heirs at law or Thom
as Haves and Juno Hayes his wire both de
ceased, and that unless tho said defendants bo
, . "i'i'"' l imscuur. aiine next term there
of.tobe begun and holdeu at the court house in
the city or IvlrtBville iu said county, on tho
second Monday of October litet) next, and on or
before the slxthday or said term, 'answer or
J'Im,it0,tel,etltioni,l said cause, the same
will be taken as confessed, and judgment will
bo rendered accoT.lint-iv
i..Jf.1" ?? ??hA- that a copy hereof
7. i'""'"""-" otvurumg io law, in the Weeklv
Grailhicaneuar-na- ,...1.,:., 'i i ... ""-"V
Ordor of Publication in Term
Time, April Term 1889.
April 27th, Adair Circuit Court.
Clara Thomnson )
Now at this day comes the pUIntlff by her
attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction
r the court that the defendant David S. Hoop
er cannot be summoned in this action, It is
ordered by the conrt that publication be made
notirjlnglilmthal.au action has beancom
monced against him by petition in the circuit
court or Adair county in the state or Missouri
the general object and nature or which is to
enlorcc a contract between plaintiff and de
fendant set ferth in her petition aslollows
"that at and prior to tho davot iss
sho was the owner in fen or the rnllnulni-in
scribed lands lj Ing and being In the county or
.kitnii aim Btuic ui -umsuuri to wit:
Lots No. six nnd seven In block No. thirty
seven ortho old town now city) oriCirksvillc.
Missouri, that at tho date aforesaid sho deeded
said described lots bv deed or reneral WRirnn.
ty to the defendant h'creln in consideration or
ins agreement to execute to her a warantv
deeu to tho lollow iair described premises lying
and being and sltuaTe In the county or Adair
and state orMlssouri to--wit: Tho west half
or lots one and Tour In block No. rorty-two or
the old town (now city) or Kirksville, Mo.,
that defendant has railed, rcrnscd and neglect
ed to execute and delivor to plaintiff a deed to
the lands last above described though orten
requested so to do. "Wherefero Plaintiff
prajs a decree of Bpcclllc performance ortlie
contract before set out and that she bo declar
ed to be tne owner In Tea or the lands io dis
pute and for general relief." And unless you
the said defendant David S. Hooper shall be
and apptar at tho next term of this court to be
noiuen at the court house in the county of
-Ltiuu uii um Bi-uuuuiomiu in ucioucr A. 11.
ISs"), andon or before the third day thereof (if
tho term shall so long continue and ir not,
then before the end of tho term) plead or an
swer to said petition the same will be taken a9
confessed and judgment rendered accordingly.
It is rurtherordcroii that a cony hereof bo pub
lished In the Weekly Graphic, a newspaper
published in the county orAdairlor four weeks
successively tho last insertion to be at least
lour weeks before the commencement or the
next term or this court and tills cause is con
tinned. A true copy. Attest
beul J. II. DODSON Clerk.
Order of Publication in Vacation.
In the circuit court orAdalrcounty.Misiouri
The stateot Missouri, at the relation and to
the ne ol Jacob Sands, collector or the revenue
for Ihe coonty or Adair, suite or Missouri,
plaintiff, acalnst.Iohn A. Wilstack, de.endant.
i;.!l-l' tition for Taxes.
Now on this 20 day or August, Is;'), comet
the above named nlilntilT, by his attnrnev, be
fore the clerk of the clreuit court oflbe county
ol" Adair. mil state of Missouri, and tiles his
petition In the above entitled cause, alleging
among other things tli it the defendant John A.
ii'iiV.'r.'"rti"!m?"."r-o.fAlld land, Is n non
resident or tne mie ol Mlssonri, so that the
ordinary process ot law cannot be served upon
him and in ays that he be summoned by publi
cation" Wbereforeitlsmderid bv S'lld i lerk
In vacation tint publication bom lile, noticing
said defendant that an action has been com
menced niratnst him, by petition in tho circuit
conrt or Adair eountv, Missouri, thu object
and general online ol which is to nlifiln a juilir
nieut against Slid defendant for the sum of
three ninl 15-100 dollars, aggregate amount r
taxes 'or the years lSii. 1W, and levied upon
and against lb" real estate hereln.ilter dcri-rlb-ed,
owned by tho defendant. P.wl taxes duo
and delinquent on aid land, with interest
thereon ns provided bv law, ngether with
commission, attornej's fees and coIh of said
proceedings. Also to have said judgment de
clared a lien In l.ivorofthe state of Miesnurl
upon the follow lug itescribed lands, ljliig and
beinc situate in the county or Adair and state
of Missouri, to-vvit: Niirlli-vit 1-1 or the
north-west quarter section eighteen fISI town
ship slxlv-one till range Itlleon 1.1.1 And
also to enforce said lien and lo obtain a decree
for the alo ol" said real estate, or so much
tliercor&S ni.1V he nuei.ssnri- tn (..illtv u.il.l
judgment, interest, commission, fees and costs.
And unless von John A-Wllsiimt the-niii iio-
lenuant lie and appear at tho next regular
ii.n ii ui uiu circuit, court oi Aiiair county, -vtls-sourl,
to begun and held at the court house In
Iviiksvillc, on the second mondav iu October,
ltoS), and answ er ot plead to said petition on or
before the slxtli day or said term ot court
should the term so long continue, and ir not,
then before the end ol the term, thosame will
be taken as coniessed. and judgment rendered
a. asked for in plaintiff's petition. It Is fur
ther ordered that a copy of this order be pub
lished in the Weekly Graphic, a weekly news
paper published in said Adair county, for lour
weeks successively, the last Insertion to be at
least four weeks beiore the commencement ol
the next t.rm of this court. Atruecopv. At
ty9t. J. B. DODSON", Clerk.
Order of publication in Vacation
Graphic a newspaper published in the county
or Adair and state orMlssouri fohr weeks suc
cessively the laa insertion to be at least four
o wi commencement or the Octo
vV..B'J,,odso,lcl"kofU'e circnlt court or
.i. i . J ""resaiu. nereuy cert ry that
tho above is a true copy or the original order
oTpublicatlon, is the cause therein named as
the same appear, in my office. Witness my
hand asclert, anl the seal orsaldcourt. Done
J. C. DODSON, Clerk.
Order of Publication in Vacation.
In the circuit ccrt or Adair eountv, Mis
souri, October term, lmsi.
The state orMllsouri, at the relation and to
tuenso or Jacob Sands, collector or the reve
nue ror the count? or Adair, state or Missouri
pilantiff against Anna Edwards and Wil
liam Edwards h;r husband and The Singer
sewing machine company, a corporation and
(KlS-Hrtltlon for Taxes.
Now on this 20tl day or August, lw, comes
the above named llaintiff, by his attornov, bo
fore the clerk ortle circuit court or tin. 'nnn.
'or Sale ty or Adair and sttte of Missouri, and tiles his
petition in the abve entitled cause, aliening
mong oiuer tninjs that the Hefendant WIN
' tUiam Edwards on of the owners or said land
In the circuit rnurt nf Ailnlr
ourl. October term. ls).
The State of .Mis-nnri ni ii. .iii.ii,.. --.i ..
, -......... a, uv ...V IblUUUU UU14 IU
the use or Jacob Sands, collector ot the revo
mie lor the eountv or Adair, state of Missouri.
Plaintiff, against John Whitehead and Harry
McCahann defendants. " J
GU7 Pettllon lor Taxes.
Now on this 21st day ol'August, ISo'.l, comes
the above named plaintiff, by Ids attorney, be
fore the clerk or the circuit court or the county
orAdair and State ot Missouri, aud Hies his
petition in the above entitled cause, alleslnir
r!!0.'1xV..,.''.,r,l'mK8 tliat the defendant
John M hitchead onb orthc owners or said land
Is a non resident or the state or
JliSSOUri, SO that the nnllnoTv
process ot law cannot be served upon him and
praisthat he be summoned by publication.
herefore It s ordered by said clerk in vaca
tion that pulillcatlon he made, notirvtng saiil
defendant that an action has been commenced
against him and Harry McCahan
"'. ii"n in me circuit cjtirt or
'-,"" -"""' "iiosoun, me ouject ana general
naturo or which Is to obtain a j udgnieht against
said defendants for the sum or 27 and
ro-iou Hollars, aggregate amount or taxes for
the years Inst,, itN... ls7, and levied
uponand against the real estate hereinafter
described, owned by the defendants- Said
axes due and delinquent on said land, with
Interest thereon as provided by law. to-ether
With Commission, sttnmmli r.. -.. T. ' t
. , ,. . ...... ..j u ...via uiu, liSLS III
said proceedings. AUo to have said Jud.-
...j......vv.u.:.iaiicuiu iaror oi tne state ot
Missouri upon the following described land"
Ivmg and being situate In the county of Adair
and state ol Missouri, to-wit:
dSi.! iV1IM' r?nr' slx:' SCTeI and
eight in block No. one '1
Lots No. one, two, thrte, four, livs, six and
seven In block No. two 2.
Noj0tlhreo'3ine' ',TO' tliri:e and fonr in bIock
No Ofour'm0ne, tW" tI,ree andf0" In block
No'flv M'd' 0De' 'W0' threJ and f0ar ln Block
n-f0;?!51"0 one' VS ana four in block No. Sir
(0) all in tovvn ofStahl, Adair county Mo.
i i. ", . " enforce said lien
lien and to obtain a decree for the sale or said
real estate, or so much theroor as may be nec
essary to satlsry said judgment, interest, com
mission, fees and costs. And unless
xou. John xvn.n.i,..i ..:- ...?
defendant, beandaiiiearat the next regular
term of the clrcHit court of Adair county. Mis
souri, to be begun and held at tlie court house
in Kirksville, on the second Monday in October
wV. 7i .. ,or mea" lo !-a"1 1'etltlon on or
J'efcJ'Sthday or said term or court
should the termso long continue, and if not,
iheu beiore the end ol the term, the same will
be taken as confessed, nnd judgment rendered
as asked, tor In plaintiff's petition. It is for
hor ordered that a copy ol this order bo pub
lisnedln the 'Weekly Graphic, a weekly news
paper publH-hed In said Adair county, for four
weeks siicctsiivcly, the last insertion to be m
least four Wicks before the commencement of
the next term of this court. A true copy. At
'wt" J. II. DODSON, Clerk.
9 fJtTM i Miil
'.1.1 1 1 1 rriTi.i ii ii,,, , n r!iSSMr
THESE FIGLRES EEPEESENT MY FALL PPHCHASES
Clothing, Boots, Shoes & Dry Goods
I positively have MOKE GOODS and those at LESS PRICES
thancanbefouninanyoneStorein North Missouri
BOOTS AND SHOES Warranted to be the Bri00styler
CLOTHING of all grades in immense quantities!
DRY GOODS, Fresh and Stylish, direct from the manufac
tures, doubla tho quantity usually found in Kirksville!
CARPETS Full Line, Tapestry, Velvets and Ingrains!
I guarantee to save eyery customer money that buys at
THE GREAT FAMOUS
rOJB8 F AJLAOB
NORTH SIDESQQAKE! COME AND SEE US!
ANY THING ON WHEELS
Farm Wagons, Spring AVagons, Carts, etc.
MAY BE GOT IT
KENNEDY k LINK'S.
CORNER MAIN AND HARBISON.
fl. C. STEER and S. H. JACKSON are
now in the New York, Philadelphia and
Boston Markets, Buying their Fail and
Winter Stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes
etc.. for their Trenton and Kirksville
Stores. Hold your breath and wait for
their arrival, because there will be no end
to bargains in their Palace Stores. Spot cash
is what talks. West side square.
STEER, ROBINSON & GO.,
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