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BUTLER, MISSOURI. WEDNESDAY APRIL 21. 1880
The rain has stopped corn planting.
Quite a ruimber of our farmers
have been planting this week
Mingo can show some of the best
wheat in the county.
C. I'oag passed through here with
30 head of fine cattle and a number
ot hogs last Thursday. lie was
driving to Creighton to ship.
We are glad to know that our well
known neighbor, J. N. Ballard, of
JSpruce, is a candidate tor treasurer.
No one in the county would be more
worthy of the trust or could fill the
place better th '.r he.
The Smoky Row school district
deserves credit for the way they have
agreed to settle their school difficulty.
They agree unanimously to pay the
expenses ot the recent law suit they
Rev. Bunch, of Hickory Grove,
Henry Co , preached at the Smoky
Row school house last Sunday.
We understand that our young
friend, John Hammond, will go to
Kansas City soon to attend the com
mercial school there.
Dr. Urifiilh tells us that he will
move to Creighton this fall or next
spring We hope, however, that he
will change his mind and stay with
Mr. Tom Buck is on his farm most
ot the time now, fixing things up so
he can enjoy the shade this summer
Uncle Brown Coons and daugh
ter, who have been visiting in this
vicinity for several weeks, left Wed
nosday'for their home in Rawlins
Mr. Dan Reilz, of Cass county, is
putting up a mill on I. Ewmg's
farm. Mr. R. will grind corn and
wremedy known to the society for J make buckwheat cakes. He will
te plum curculis, and until such a put uu a cider mill this tall also.
Imedy is found that fruit must nee- Prof Ilinton will be a cold water
warilv be u failure. candidate, lie had an occasion to
Sheds of tarred paper wrapped tike a colci water bath in Peter
iound the body of trees, care being Creek while in Mingo last week.
lien to have t well down . the Tobias Holsinger, of McComb,
xts, had been found successful in Ohio, visited at 1'. Ewing's last
Ls corxTV FisriT kaiskks.
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Lftof tli rrM-M'iliiijss 01 me 1HH-II-
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3Btlcr,MoM April iS. The Bates
:jtty horticultural society met at
Litball yesterday, with V ice I'resi-
4 J. B. Ennis in the chair. 1 he
jndance was small, but the exer-
Lwere of an interesting charact-
I The committee on small truits
Ltall varieties thrifty and giving
oBiije of abundant yeild. Ihe
plins variety of raspberry was re
jaiemled, while the Mammoth
;ster was declared not a success
Je history ot this society.
He committee on vegetables re-
Lthat the White Elephant potato
duced the greatest crop and could
cade a medium between a very
llfand very late planting. The
umittee on flowers being absent,
ew minutes were given to general
scussion ot the subject.
General discussion on birds and
Lets elicited remarks from almost
lery member of the society. It was
jposed that this society prepare a
itilion to present to the state legis-
lire at its next meeting urging
lm 10 nnss a law irotectinr birds
ill kinds during the entire year.
'jt parttidge is one of the best
Json the farm and at the rate they
tre slaughtered last year it is feared
ittkv will soon become extinct
The arch enemy, the coddliiv.
nh. was nirun discussed, nut no
v ----- O '
feccluiil method ot destroying them
In uTfcsted. Bands of straw
iced around the the body of the
ci ami in the forks and frequenil y
Imoved and burned will, however,
lid them. At the present there is
to discharge the important duties of
that high office. Your correspond
ent tecl warranted in predicting that
if Mr. X orton should be elected his
official career would be satisfactory
to his co.i-ti:u !i .-.-id creditable to
1 bete is quite temperance ele
ment 111 this c.i.!V!"ji i'v. May their
cause continue togiow in importance
until it sii i!t have had a hearing.
and an earnest consideration from
every thin n ; n : i d woman in
Candida - s nr.- abroad in the land
and political matters are being dis
cussed once more. Quite a number
have visited this village and seem
wonderfully impressed with its beau
tiful section and magnificent agricul
tural surroundings. What sociable
and agreeable fellows ihese candi
dates are! The writer feels grieved
that he cannot promise all ot them
his support. So far as I am inform
ed the following gentlemanly aspir
ants have adorned our streets : Bra
shear, West, Simpson, Williams,
Ilinton, Mudd, Dejarnatt and Hanks,
Sheriff Hanks, however, was in our
community on official business and
not on an electioneering "tower."
Mr. C. II. Dallas, district agent
for the German Insurance Company
of Freeport, Illinois, spent a part of
two days in Rosier and vicinity in
the interest of his company. Mr.
D. is a thorough business man and
a hard worker. While here he was
the guest ot Dr. Bennett, an old ac
quaintance. Fearing that I may worry your
readers, and consume too much of
your valuable space I shall bring this
communication to a close. Being a
novice I am .somewhat at a loss for
nom de plume, and for the present
von may iust call me IIix.
directors. Mr. Any. Heavlin was
elected at the Tripp school, director.
He says this is the first office he ever
had and it may give him the big
Mr. J. C. Monis said that when
the Democrats got a president he
was going to marr . John v e think
you had better begin to look her up
and stop that cooking and doing your
own washing. Look out girls.
There will be a meeting at the
Tygard school house Sunday April
the 19th at 3 o'clock for the purpose
of organizing a Sunday school.
Miss Nannie Ileaviin is visiting
Mi?s Mittie Daniels ot New Home
Big Joe Alsup has gone to work
for Mrs. McKissick over in Lost
EI Dorado Springs.
These springs are now tour years
old, having been discovered July
20th, 1SS1. Since that date a re
markable change has taken place.
From a wilderness ol rocks and trees
deemed by its former owners fit only
for a sheep ranch, has grown a beau
tiful city of 2,000 inhabitants.
El Dorado springs is situated in a
rough, rock', and wooded count! y,
m the northwestern coiner ot Cedar
county, Missouri, 14 miles from
Walker station and
seeking the inroads of the root, boi -
The eggs will be deposited a!l
p wme, perhaps, but, high up on
iebod) of the tree without the pro
jection of the earth, they do not thrive
Rosier ami Vicinity,
Weather is fine and warm, inter
spersed with an occasional refreshing
The paper nhould be removed by I shower
uly I, as most ot the eggs are de- Our farmers are very busy and it
posited as early as the middle of June is sincerely to be hoped that Provi
1?- I .1 1 . ! I . -it 1 . .. 1 -.I
J vnuer tne SUDjCCt ! sou, 11 was uence win ne propitious ana rcwam
fiatclared that rasnberries would thrive their ;.i dous toils with abundantcrops
on almost any ground that had a The "strike" has been quite adis
pxxl uiidcrdram. The most ravora- advantage fo some of our citizens
i)le pesition tor an apple orchard is I who have stock ready to ship but
northeast slope, rich ted soil below could not sell because buyers could
the sandstone and above the lime-1 not secure transportation. But mat-
tone, but may be made to grow on ters have improved measurably and
litnost any kind of surface soil if it quite a number ot sales have recent
a porous subsoil, but it it has ly been made, prices ranging from
oardpau subsoil there is little hope $4.00 to $4.25 per hundred for cattle,
of fruit in any quantities. Orchards and from 5.2 to $?.o for hogs,
would be protected in some manner according to grade ot stock
iStrotn the northwest winds, which I Miss May Evans is assisting Mrs
nist young trees lrom the earth and Dr Bennett with her housework.
autroy the bloom. Kich sandy sou I . mm a ..;: ,
ConilnrtvtA c Aflrlu hPitintr unit nn 1 7
detriment to the Ion? hte of trees sections from that lady in music
Reports from parties receiving and grammar, two accomplishments
Premiums at last meeting on "man- without which the modern youn
Mr of keeDincr aDDles" Droved that .nt t n.,r r..t,t
IK . . ... 1 1.1 1 t.l tr t-r-
gicaier numoer nau oeen Kept i , , ,
vllr; . , , , I ably in polite society
raw. and then when there had been Mr- Thomas Reid, an enterprising
treeze a cover ot six inches ot earth young farmer, has recently purchas
aaueii. it tne iruit luui irozen I eil a neat little cottajre trom our
Would not be harmed. Other ao-I .-..:.- ..n
1 . 4 I 9llllllLI:i41U','Ok LlvA Mill IIJIVV
rcsare Kepi in damp seiiars. uar
ing in favor as a clean aiuTeffective Pl Rsier- IIe and his estimable
ay of preserving apples, the only llady are desirable acquisitions to our
"ojecuon being the space required I society.
rorawinjr barrels. For Profit the
MaiiUn Il!,,tK J T n.JI ...
Commendl fr P.,r uer.ee in ioa a ana win iooow
V marketinrr the Tnnilm an.I tt.Mi trad.', thn of wagon maker and
T " ' I ...
avis takes thi l.'i1. 1 n:iirer. V.A is an industrious
Kobards and Henry Speer honest workman and deserves
e i.ppomted tv prepare papers
grille state meeting in June at Lou-
'ana. T;mes mith was admiited
'o the society ai.d m ule a donation
ti$tto its treasury. Mr. Walter
Benedict, one of the enthusiastic
norticultunsts of Vernon county, was
'SO present. On invatinn of Sere.
TSpeer the society will hold its
racetmir at his home, at 10
Mr. J. E. Su- a art
as built a resi-
nationage t-.-i so!ici:.
Our esteemed fellow citizen Mr.
J. II. Norton, having received num
erous solicitations to become a cm
didate for the office ot circuit clerk.
has conc'.a led to permit the use ot
his nine ii connection with that
othce. Mr. Norton an honorable
The weather is growing more
favorable for the farming community.
The click ot the corn planter has
jeen heard again during the past
Pet schemes will not pan out in
paying quantities on some, as Mr. J.
II. W. will testify.
'Squire Allen Wright united in
matrimony John Cntsinger and Miss
Ella Smith, on last Sunday evening.
The 'Squire says that he can make a
young couple happy as quick as any
old hand at the business.
That buss tare completely took us
in. We tess up. rsow let us taiK
about some ot the other boys.
Tohn L. Moore has a few more fat
cattle that he has not disposed of
yet. He sold part of his lot that he
was feeding to Johnson & Cassity at
Eldorado bpnnes is having a
temperance boom of late. Between
seven ind eight hundred have re
cently signed the pledge. That town
certainly needed a reformation of
Jim T. Williams, of Butler, can
didate for recorder, passed through
Summit one day last week on his
way to Deepwater township.
G. G. Glazebrook has also been
in Summit feeling the boys pulse as
to his chances for sheriff.
Keep your eye on well, the town
ship conventions will do.
Mark the man out of politics that
does not attend the township con
ventions this spring. The most
tastidicus can certainly be pleased as
to number of candidates, if not other
One of the heaviest rains of the
season fell on the night ot the 14th.
It has almost given those who have
been planting corn the blues.
Schell City ; these two places being
the largest railroad points near. A
daily mail is carried between the
Springs and Schell City. Visitors
can reach the Springs irom Walker
and Schell City by daily hacks which
will carry persons to the best hotels
in the town. These hacks bring
visitors trom all the large cities in
the United States.
The main Spring has been walled,
covered and sealed and a pagoda
built over it. The water escapes
some feet trom the Spring through a
pipe. From this pipe flows contin-
Are an Article we are interested in.
Buying, our stock direct
Having been in this
BUSINESS FOB YE&BS,
WE CAW SAVE YOU MONEY.
uously a bright pure cold stream of
" - t-t r T-mii
reasonable, being 25 cents per bath
or five baths for one dollar. The
ground around the Sgrings is very
high and dry and covered with grass
and tries which affords an excellent
camping ground. Since the discov
ery ot these Springs they have worked
wonderful cures and have grown in
popularity so that in a few years
uiey will probably become as re
nowned health resorts as the Hot
and Eureka Springs of Arkansas.
water, which is not diminished by
drouth or exceeded by flood. This
water cures or helps nearly all dis
eases except consumption. The
Spring is surrounded by a beautiful
park, covered with grass and shaded
with oak trees. A large summer
building has been erected in the park
which affords ample seating roonft
Another Spring ,is being developed
about one fourth of a mile from the
main Spring by the Cruse Bros. A
beautiful park surrounds this Spring
also, and in shade and grass it is
equal to the park that encloses the
main Spring. The water f this
Spring is not so cold as that ot the
main one. but in time will probably
become as favorite a resort as the
is laid out back ot the Spring and
contains some fine brick buddings.
Cruse and Dobyns have just put up
the finest brick building in the town
to accommodate their banking busi
ness. The building is a very large
one and is a credit to any town. The
town supports 12 hotels and 30 pri
vate boarding houses, which are
filled to cverflowiig during the hot
months. A Democrat paper called
the El Dorado Democrat is published
daily and weekly at the Springs
also a Republican paper called the
Uncle Sam. El Dorado contains 2
steam bath houses which obtain the
water for bathing purposes from
lare Springs, the water from which
is too strong for drinking purposes,
but is well adapted to bathing.
There is one church, which also an
swers for a school house ; besides
other stores and shops to be found
in every first class town. The wri
ter can cheerfully lecommcnd these
How John Was Elected.
New York, April 3. The politics
ot one part of the country differ from
the politics ot another part of the
country only as one star differs from
the other. So I thought as I chatted
to-day with State Senator John El
kins, of Colorado. He is a brother
Order of Publication.
STATU OK MISSOURI, )
County ok Hatks. )
In the Circuit Cotirt or l!atf countv, Jnn
I'hocbc It. IlKBtv. iilaintilT,
Mary Rcaty, ZaHinrinh T. Iieatv, I-jiftC Wil
liur, rt al, tlutt'iiduuts.
Xowat this iav ctniies tlic plaintiff herein, by
!i(-r attorney, DeArmoml t Smith, bclora the
init-rnij.'ii',l Clerk ii('h:i!, Court in vacation an, I
tiles her petition and alVuln'-it. alleging, among
itliur thiiiirs, tlmt lf! nuants, aelittritth T.
lleaty ami laac Wilbur, are nut residents of the
State of Mifsoiiri:
Whereupon It is ordered liy the Clerk of said
Court in vacation that said dco-ndants he notl
lled by publication that iilaintiff lint, commenced
nnuit a;;aitit.t lliem in this court, bv petition,
the object of w hich is to foreclose a' iiiort)iK
evcci 'ed by defendant, JIarv lit alv, Zacha
riah 1 . Heaty, laac Wilbur and his Wifu Mary
Willc.ir (now di-ad), Stephen li. Heaty (now
dead) anil his wife Kinma Iteatv, and Margaret
J. ISeaty. to the jdaiiititl, l'lioebe U. Heaty, and,
tbp defendants. Itachcl C. Iten'v, Immi floaty,
hlijali L. llcaly, John C. K. Heaty a. id fcllen
I .a Kollett (then ISeaty) , bearlnir inte January
3, 174, acKiitiwledKvii Ki lruri y rt, 1st, and
recorded in Mortgage Hook So. 21 . at pare
i I'M, Lit and l.'t'i, whereby naid lirft named
parties mortuKed the following defer bed real
estate iu Hates county, Missouri, to-wit:
The south half of the norttnvet fitrctcr, anl
the nortlieat quarterof the nortliweht quarter.
,,f 0.,, pii.: ...u except a strip ten rods wide off the wet side
Ot Olgbteve tdkins, who managed thereof. In sw-tion No. -.ii, and the nonhead
Illaine's cammim, in t9?i TTp U liatT of the northwest quarter of k. tiori No.
liuine s campaign in 104. lie IS twei-iy-nlt. (). ail in township Nti.ciorranire
altogether a dit'lWe nr man in annpqr- niornrae w as mad. '. srrnre-
uiubtnicr a uilltrenc man in appear- t,(. vtnent t i said lw.nanitv ut certain,
ance. He is rail likp ViU hrnther ' -1"'"'y received by ai 1 niortiraors out or thp
iinte. iau nis oroiner, Htat(, of onH Zur MtttT mMlh was
but is angular anil rawboned. He li'nVV'JjfT? V.u.n 'A1"'1:
I tae nut m rori i.iijnii f.uij ifnij , t uihhi
has a bis head and aquiline nose. w,'irh "-Ua th" ' '7H
He was a soldier in the confederate ,Jum,'r ?x't hundred dollars with interest
1 thereon from Jannarv 1st, lKt. at th rale ot
service, entering a Missouri regiment tlx percent, per annum, and further . that
" . . i f'B''' r,ja' pslatP sold to satisfy said debt ana
at the age of l6 and remaining until , interest and costs of this action .'an 1 that miless
" , r . the said achariah T. Heaty aDd Isaac Wilbur
the close of the war. When lie was be and appear at this Court, at the net term
.. ; thereof, to be bemn and Iiolden at the court
running for Office a year ago last tail : house in the city of Hutler, in said county, on.
. 111,1, the seventh dav of June next, and on or before
the Story Was CUCUlated that he had ; the sixth day lirsaul term, if the am xoall so
. ' lon;f continue and if not. then n or before the
been One Ot eff Thompsons guer- t last day of said term answerorpleadtothepetl
x . . , . .. tion in said cause, the same will Iwtaken aseon-
rillas. It was important that the story ; fe8Bed, anl judgment win be rendered accord
should be refuted, as he Was run-, 'DAud be It fartherordcred, that a copy hr-reof
. , . ,. .it 1 ' be publishel. accordinir to law. In the Hutler
ning on the republican ticket and ; weekly in a., a weekly newspaper prime I
...1 m . i t a. i ! and published in Bates emnty. Mo., for tour
while they might not Stick on a COn- wees successively, the last insertion to be at
ri, u 1,1 least four weeks before the flrs 4ay of the next
icuciiiic auiuici, iucv "jum w term of Circuit Court. J. K. JrxgiM,
A true copy from the Record. Witness roy
t - . hand and the Seal of the Circuit
Seal. Court of Hates oouaty, this l-".b
'-- day of April, ial.
J. K. Orcult Clerk..
bufchwhacker. So Elkins wrote to his ;
old captain, telling him the situation,
except as to what ticket he was run- j
ning on, and asking for a certificate of
his service in the confederate army, i
I believe this is the first time in his
tory where a republican candidate
has been known to parade his con
federate service as a reason for elec
tion to office. In due time the letter
came back. The captain certified to
John's service all right, but conclud
ed the epistle with a remark that had
not been invited. He evidently toik it
Whereas. John W. Cole and Mary .Cole
his wife, and John Ellis, who declared himseil
single end unmarried, by their ed of trust,
dated April 5nd lx5, and recorded In tat
Recorder's office within and for Kates coun
tv, Missouri, in book No. Hi, a. eraey
e"d to the undersigned trustee the following a
scribed real estate lying and bi tituate l
the county of Bate and atate of Missouri, to-
WThe north half of the northwest quarter an J
the southeast quarter of the northwet H"??
of section thirty-live iX), and that part of the
southwest qnarter of section thirty-flve t )
lying north or the Manas ae ijne
- - . , : nnk...i .n,ror fifth
'clock on the third Saturday in May. ' christian geit'emin. fully competent
Sonth iloant Pleasant
Farmers buisy plowing for corn, j Springs to person
All about done sowing oat. No
corn planted m this part vet.
The school election passed oft
1 w unt)iut nArter of the
,1 . , r 1 1 f east vi eiuun, uu, ttM: 1-
torranted that the politics t an Ola ; northeast (uarter of section tLirty-four M).fcit
7 , i in township forty (" of ranpe thirty-three (.;).
Confederate was not republican, tor cflDtaininir in all two hundred nd ten atre
he said: "I Uke plei-ure also in ! m-bici 'con vevance was raa-le lntru.t to e
t u . .t -I t-U Vilr', icnrthe pa vment of one certain note faily 'le
certifvmg that the stid John liki.i , g.ribt.,lin haiddee.lof trust; and whereas, d-
ha always been a consistent demo-; "cruefi ttffifwlT,
crat." Elkins wa, in n quandary. Jrne.
H 1 1 ti enr c , cfno ' suantt'ttheeoiid:timsofaiddeeloftrot,I will
e needed the letter tor use to s.op , to M.u th(! h(,xt jcrriJ(l premie at
1 . u - ani vft ir ! publis vendue, to the highest bidder for cash ttA
the bush-whacker story, anl yn Kiheea,t front dor of the court honse.'in tt.
would never do to let it go out ni$jg,onxT of Kates andtat of
this shape. Finally he said that as ; Thursday, April 2cp.li ioo,
and 5 o'clock in the afteraoon of that day, f r
U ,vq e-vulentlv to be a i between tbeV.ur. of? o'clock in the I'-r.-i
.-I vmn - . -.m, - -
stiff .-rinT irom ! rratehin?- campaign, he would he : thvnK .r.iirriM ia "-','-'
rheumatism, dropsy, dyspepsia, and gin the scratcl ing on tne letter, i ne ,
other chronic diseases. Lots can be word democrat, was erased, the word
bought for 40 or $50. Board republican was written In, the letter j
JAilES M. TCCKJEB.
quietly No. 6 elected Henry Flem- ! ranges from $3 to $10 per week. I was published, and the campaign j
ui-ss aiai tieciro vorwis.
i!e free to vautt Ijwjibi u hvhi.
H. C Sharp and T. Shobe as J The charges for bathing
are very ; was saveu.
tySUrctlon ruaraoteed. aWra
DR. 6C0TT, 842 Broadway, HSn VCR