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Osnyo Valley Banner.
Thursdiyr JanTa7y 8,1830 "
Official Paprr of Miller .Counlj.
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Office: On flrt floor of Kisonlo and
Udd follows buthticg.
Wo DO have thred candidate. In Ibis (lis-
trict soliciting the sovereigns (or support
Hon. Jbn F. Philips, nominee oftha I-ra
oeralle convention at Boonvllle on 30,h ii It.;
Gov. J. W. McClU'R, nominee of tbe Repub
lican convention at Sev'.alia on Hid ulf, and
Ju l,;! W. C. Aidridqe, nominee of the Greco
back convention at Sedalia .lis, u!t.
T e holUiniz of the two conventions, at
Sedalia on tho lint day, would naturally
lend one'a mind to conclude that, trie ksteri;
Ioll iral shysters, like N. O. Burcb of thn
H'ato Journal bel sjiocthlng to do in the
prem'ses, to fuse tbe.two conventions; then-
by'trbt on 6nis egg and hetoh out on nomine
wbom Damn should lift chrlrt'.eiiod "Hard
Money Kag Baby." Tlie two convention
happened to be composed l booest men- true
tj th -lr political falili and bave thrown lo
the breeze on their bntiner an i entcribed
thereon Ojt. McClurg and Judge Aldriilge.
two ccen at fitacdard bearers, Ala matter
ol courts tb eee nominations wore only made
for the purpose of keeping up their organi
sations In tbi ditlrlct,aod not with any hope
Hon. John F. Philip, of Pedalia, Is really
t ho candidate of the people, standing on the
lroad principle oi Democracy which covers
all other principle And acknowledge that
the peoplo are the only sovereign power in
this Goverr.mei.t. He la a man of tha people
and will serve every want. It vnskea no dif
ference whother Democrat, Republic an or
Gfe'ftbick, If honest and deserve represent
tion in the National councils Philips In the
The war ia over; thn terrible financial
erise predicted by Greenbacks liu exploded;
now all we liaye to look for ) a good Demo
cratic Oovernment lor tha people, la this
Col. Pnllipt of Mela! a ha no superior; he
can do the people in Osage Valley tetter er
vice than any other candidate; by Riving him
t urn ted support it will plica Miller county
before Congress in her propor attituda in
asking and demanding apprnpriationi for the
improvement of one o( the greatest river oo
the continent, our timber, mineral and agri.
cultural and water resources have never hern
known to the outride world. Let us all join
band and give Cal. J Do. F. Philip e solid
Boar Hon. luo. F. Philips, Bafora the Com
mittae oa Commerce, 44th Congress.
Mr. Polllpa, of Missouri said:
Mk ciiairmasi The Oiaga River Is the
second river in importnnie In ttio State of
Missouri. Its source it in.the .State of Kansas.
I; l fiCO nvlrts In length. Its ofll:Ia!ly recog
nixed navigability U 2 6 mllei. It Inter
locks with lb.) waters of the Arkansas. In
its aweep It touches In the State of Missouri
the counties uf Bites, St Clair, counties largo-
y dependent on it. witb an aggregate area ol
0,000 iquare miles drained by it. and more or
legs dependent on it lor commercial Commu
nication. For thirty years steamboat! bar
witn more or let frequency boon on its
The Government o( the United Slates has
by publio act expressed In different forma
solemnly declared and recognized it as a pub
lio biphway, subject to maritime regulations,
and Federal Jurisdiction. Any obstruction
of. or interference with Its pastage or tree
use by either the 8 tote, private corporation?,
or citixotis, have been as much denied and
resisted by the Federal authority a on tnc
waters of the Misoourl, or Mimnelppi. In
the organio act ot Congrats erecting1 a gov
ernment over the territory seqtilrtd Irom
France, embracing this river, it wm exprtrsi
Jy (lcrlr"i that!
'T!;e Mtsisiippl and Missouri rivers and
the navigable waters (lowing into them, and
the csrryinc places botween the same, shall
be common hlubway and torevor free to th
peoplo of th tHld territory, and to the olti
kuu of the United ttu'en, without any tax,
dutv, cr Impost therefor."
This river Is, tbereiore, public property.
It behings to tbe whole uuuniry. And at
Congrea ht thus peremptoriaily and perpet
ually intcrdiuted the B'ates Irom interfnring
with lb s stream. I tubmlt as an unavoida
ble coiolU'y, that it is not becumlrg in the
flenorol Government to lcsve to eithrr lr
diviJualf, looal ooinmunlties or the Slate, the
duty and burde't oi protecting and pie-erv.
log the navignhility ot this puhllo highway.
I would apply the rule to the General Gov
ernment In thin particular, which I would Ii.
the matter ol citiamtblp. Wbei the Gov
ernment demands and exercise jurisdiction
to control, let it alto protect and defend,
For the last quarter ol a jeruury the peo
pie ot that region, through their representa
tives in UouirreM, bave tuppitcated and b.
sougct Oongrnst lur the uecenary aid to ren
der this river fit for use. How their
prayer has been heeded let tbe ruuords of
Congress antwrr. Only tha sum ol ona hue
dred thoutand dollars In all its his'ory but
been doled out to It, and that begrudgingly.
Comparisons are said to be odious, and in in.
vokmg it in tbU case I prler no charge
that tbe money appropriated to lex deserving
stream may not hsve been w.rly applied.
Yet only $1UO,OOU stands to tbe account of
the tliage, which Is of greater commercial
importance than rlvre which received io the
same period 300 000. Is tbis cormmoo Jus
tice? Csn Coojfres, a tbe guardian ol all,
thus coolltiue to Uitoriminate in the distribu
tion among the nation's ward of Ibelr patri
mony, uf fund lu which they aie tqual
I tubmlt to the committee, and nvst earn
estly request ttieir carelui and candid read-
insr ol a memorial to Oongrw ol cltiz-'na
ot M smuri, asaemhled in ronvontion at Jjf-
fraon City, to conalder the Improvment ot
tl.U river. It sbowi both the Importame of
this nvr as a commercial hichwav, anu Hie
le-p earrintnefit of that people in the appeal
they rocKe tn uongreas, ii is inn ciuni mit
, ino with which 1 Ire 1 :hargvd In wimlni; to
Two years aeo, about the time of tbe large
convention at JilTerson City, which drew the
memoiial I have pre-enlea yon, the general
ripeciai'on wa that Coppren would mt
longer shut Its eyes to ttie demands of this
river. Capitalists and laborer thronged that
region, and her bilin and valleys were ren
ant lor a iwuon witb the stroke of pick and
drill. New lilt sprang Into every artery of
irarto and buiinnnf, until it looked lor a while
a it the long expected (lav of deliverance had
enms o that people. But Ouiig'e respond
ed with a "still, small voice" $ 2.'.,(X to
Improve the river the only outlet mr tbe
product 01 tliii enterprise and it almost hutb
eil evnrv sound of buy industry. Mine
have been covered np and abandoned; the
firm burnt down In the furnacor, and despon
dency t Hik the place of thrift. Tuns of lead
and iron lie for months on the banks of lhi
river, awaiting the coming of boa in that roust
av.au a swelling river to help thern over a
low shoals that floO.tHiO wcu'.d ruuove. and
return a thousand told to the Government in
"What baa berome of tbe S'J.VOOO approprl
ated In 7 V74T 1. lias gone like a groat deal
of public money '"where the woodbine
iwibuth," Tho extravagance ol lOionce, and
the profligacy of that wisdom whlcli distin
gulhe the Wiwt Point Knginwr, tnal;a but
abagaUlle Ot $2,QijO.
Thero (tie 1'io'oU lying WAtc and unlilled
each year, along tbia river, because their pro
duels can And no outlet to murker, which
would product grain and tobacco Sbfllcieut
in two seasons to return a revennn tD the
Government eqnal to 9lo0.(00, if the Govern
ment would expend that suai on the river.
It would Uoetto Kastern and Southern mark
ets a million dollars ot coal. Iron, lead and
t'mher in ono year alter Its Improvement,
which now are entirely uanlnts.
Tha need of the whole country is wafer
transportation. It Is the cheapest and best
cf all. It ia the great cure for the evils of
railroad monopolies, which are eatiui; up the
substance of the producer.
There is not a newspaper of respectability
in Missouri, tbere is not a public rpirited msu
in the 8tae, whose pin and vo ce do not join
me la this appeal, and feel that this rlyor has
been neglected shamefully.
I have asked in this bill $159 000. Tbe
river needs more, but I aiked lor wbat wa
absolutely necei-rary, and lor what 1 thought
Congresa, under the limitations imposed by
iu appropriations, would in ail probability
rennet me to. 1 have hten candid with the
committee. He just to my people. This
sum. judiciously expended, I believe will
fiord temporary relief, and be a great I lrR
Ing to that people. I', will plant thoutamtt
ol acres ot corn and tobacco all along tbe
river this if ring. It will send thousand ol
laborers to those mines, and kindle tbe flies
in a hundred fuioaeer.
This measure Is of tbe gravest importance
to the people I represent, and I submit it
with no ordinary solicitude to the full and
candid consideration ol the committee.
Some of the mu points ws publish ol
Col. Philips' speech. Who can withhold
their support from as tihle aud faithful iriend
as Col. Philips.
School Biard Convention.
On last Tu. :d iy the Pres d ints of the
School Uoards met ac tbe court houso at 10
o'clock a. m.: n!uctvl II in. Sim'l T. Ilarrl-
tun president, and Wm. M Lumpkin, Sec.
The good p0;il4 of Millor cointv bt e
reason to rtj ilco over the action of the
Soi.ojI Board lait Tuunday, in the adoption
of tbe old text book.
Tnnre has been for levnral wnckt a irosk-
inr Influence suing on in Milter coutty, to
force Appleton's btniks on the people. The
Bannbk gave warning soma six weeks pa t
of the impending danger threatening lo rub
the people of eight or ten thou tnd dollars
Tbe question has moved parents and teach.
ers to inquire into the merits ct tht new
We rejoice to record and make known to
tbe good people of.&iilier county that tbe
School board cave discharged their duticj
honestly and failhlully towards parents and
children of this county. Tbe present school
book a in uie will continue.
Prof. Hiker with his right and lo't bower
rose made motions and eeat 1 themselves
having no effect on tbe solid honest old
farmer and parent in convention. A more
harmonious and enthusiastic asiemblage
never m t before in Miller county.
K. C. Swalcm, Wm. M. Lumpkin, Dr.
Steven, Judge Bear, Judge Bacon, Kiq.
Foot, Cap.. Goodman and several other
tpoka iu behalf oi the present school book
Now tbe lathers, mother and littlo schrol
children can breath easy. Tricksters, sliy
Biers and hired whelps, may bark, growl and
snarl to tbeir heart content.
The people are free and eny.
Ciller County Immigration Association.
Last Tuesday the poopl assembled iu mast
at the court bouse and organiand an immi
gration astorintion for Miller count); by
electing lion. B. T. Uarrlson, Pres'l; Judge
W. It. Wright, Vice Pres't; Wm. M. Lump
kin's. Set; W. C. Berry. Treas.
The presidont appointed E. C. Swalem,
John Ferguson and A. Fulkerton a committee
lo select two persons of each municipal town
ship to collect statistics and write up a hlito
ry of Miller county and report to the Presi
dent by tbe 4'.h Saturday In January,
Tbe committee (elected, woo ware appoint
ed by the association the following gentle -mo
lor that puipoe, to-witi
Saline: W, T. Franklin, James Stter.
Franklin: B. F. Cotton, A. C. Foot
Glaze: Dr. J. Ulmon, J. M. Uawklni
Uichwoods! W N Llviogatoo, J Ferguson,
Oeag't Ed. 8helun, Jacason Lawson
Jim II inrji W. E. Lurton, W. Wtlk,
Eq ialit) i J. D. WeiU, A. Ful korson,
Oa motion the assoclat'oa aCjiurnad to
meet on tbe 4iU Saturday In this month at
the court bou:e,
Capt. W. C. Aldrlga
Capf. Aldrige, Groenback candidal for
Congress, In thl 7th congressional diatrict,
called on us ias Tuesday. 1J it mlsnlon in this
valley was In tnsrch of votee. Tbere being
a largo collection of people from every f,krt
of the Comity attending the tkhool Beard,
gave the Capt. a lair chance to delivej him"
self or a Gresnbatk speech. He dwelt at
nma length on tbe litis nee of the couiilrj,;
triad to show the people that Ibn Democratic
and Itpubllcan parties wereonn and thn same
In Congresi and out of Congress, stnl that
Gsn'l Grant had gone to Cuba and would
cotuu in at the back d jor, which wa New
Orleans and that Wade Hampton, Bn It 11
and al the southern democracy would re
ceive Grant at the back door with as great
ovation at did the San Francisco peopie.
And the great Boom in both Republican and
Droocratlo camp in flie South and North
will be for Grant.
Ho wanted Greenback! for the laboring
mrn and tot for Bond Holders,
He told Ike people that he had belonged
ed to those of the lost cause, and of late a
member of the Missouri legislature from Mon
iteau Co., and that. the night Kino'utionn"
which bo had a hand In preparing enunciat
ing the principles of his party, wero daclai
ed by speaker Be'ch rut of order and the
I'nmocraey vytod them down.
Cipt. Aldrlge Is a fine looking min and
makes a very good speech lor the flmt begin
ning: II) doet not think his "Rug Baby" It
very sick, only a little ailing; that the Green
backers In Pettis and John-on will turn out
and astonish tbe two old parlies.
The Capt. told about hunting coons, he
e'waj took a coon dog, nut a bird dog.
Tbe application was. not take a banker nor
lawyer for eongreairoen but take a Green
Capt. AUrigo Is a good, honest honorable
gutlemn as any, but in our judgement r.e
ha not the latent requisit to adorn the II ill,
of Cor, tress as a representative of a great
penple In rentral Mo., we have notes of the
Cipts spewlt anl could extend our remarks;
but the lack of spiee prevents us.
Jcfterton City, Ho.
January 4.b, 1SS0.
Ano;lier year's exiat nce, wllh the rmtiy
blessings of indulgent Providence has b'on
sc red to our rredi', and we are now ushering
into the new year IShO. Historic annah are
glittering with tbe brilliant siccs-taja and
progress of the American pop!c; dlveraiOed
with tbe reminl-een.-es ol thn mit for mill a
ble confl ct known 'o thn inhati.ttl I globi :
a conflict domei'.lc li it' char ict r.it Inten-i-Bed
the engaHUieti', anil in Itk ) toiC.PIeiie. ,
lei' the impna-ioii of its lesuhs,
Missouri, still surviving her past trt nb!e
and ready t a-siue her tbaro of the g ent
The neets-Uy for ualty of action and pur
pose ne-d I ot lie urgf!: however It Is known
that without i', dis fleet iors enter party
lines, nroiM hitter and envious feelidgs, and
eninnddr blind lmt'A!es, that reqiil.-n jtiat
ot 1 itor to euro. Toee eviia are or.lv hai
moni"d, by concert of action In tl e (o lection
ot candiilittei p )osirig the virtues that d.s
luMiliia'e the fruits ol a gooi govurnrnetir,
Quite a number ol eminent gentlemen have
been npi kan ot in connoction with the otliee
ol Goveioor. We are far from refleo inir
upon the exes l!i n' record ol any ol tcoae.
re ken uf, and still do ni t ! 1 tloit the res
triction ot the most genulno courcv st.f liiil
reprivn ua of choice of ono among the mn;
and In doing so feel encouraged lu cur el m
tii'n, by evincing the expre-siun r many I lie
most nromineul ai d solid democrats of Cen
tral M'Hotii I.
As one poiefHd With a rp itlesa rcciri', of
dlsllngiiirlied abiliiv. Irreprnptlhle eneigy,
end unimpeachabio lulegiity, who as a na'tve
M siourian, carrying the interests ol tbe peo
ple i,l his stale compatible with that of hi.
own; no name is more higblv spektn oi thau
thst ol Hon. Jiiki-ou K rtniib.
His past services and record as a gen' le
man, scbolar, and rtittesman entirely aloot
from any ol ino disgu-iiln accomplivbnientH
of a demngng'ji placs linn in a moil
prominent aitnuie to become tha represen
tative of a roiittitueiicv. locking lor want
to the Mi minus to ba dented Irom tho force
of powerful executive abilnier.
1 have alreadv cornumed loo mnch f pace.
Wlcblng the l!syi A the grestrst pueress and
a reiHtuioo of i toiuier triumph, we prom
ise, more anon.
We fully endi rs all and more, "robiao'
soggesls. It would ua Kr.lilying to see his
iugi;eiltons carried out: for waul of space we
can't extend renierk.
We understand that woi k has commi need
on the road from Tipton to Veraillt, whl b
vtitually k'.lU lit road from Jt fl irson City
to Versailler. The only show lor the extru
sion uf the Cole county Kailmad, to bo prcO;
able to the company and country is fo '-look
well to tbe South," pais through limber,
mineral and the bust agricultural country la
the United Stiito', to Littlo Uock, Arl:.
Omnocl tho northern prairies and 11 -horiot
with the tropical fruits in the South, make
ire 0age river and valley tie meeting point
Ol the North and B,)utb; establish mauufac
tuties on the river to encourage canltal sad
immigration lo this great valley. Wu ucder-
ttand tbat Maj. Pope and McAdam are now
dlrtc'.icj a survey south irom Kussellville.
People ot Miller county gtv all tha aid you
can and let as have tha road a a transport
for tbe million of raw materia! now going
to watta Within our territory.
Jn. 7th, 1FSX
Ed. Banmer: We are progresalng at usual;
mud for all practical purpose.
We fuel goodoyer tbe action of tbe School
Board Convention at Tufiiumb'a on (1th Inst.
Id adopting the MtGuflby't teriot of book.
Much praise is due E. C. Swalem for his
able speech in behalf oi the poople.
!? wek iii your own town
uthl l tee. Address H. U illmt Co.
JK--S.tr sln.TwiiitiM I -
Jsnutrv lt, ls50.
Edit, r Bannkh: The entertainment given
at tho Congreatlonal church In this place on
Monday n'gbt.2Jih ult.,cooa jsted of tpeeehe,
dialogues, churadoti, and tablsuf, Instcr-pi rs-
ed with mtHic, Lo.b vocal and instrumental.
The performer were selected Irotn tho old
and young people ol this town and vicinity.
There hud been no special training ior the
occasion, no dependence on imported talent
all did their level best and made It a grand
succens. For variety and talent thi was Iho
bust ol tbe kind we have eve? wilr-Cfseit,
Trie houae was crowded; lliera wes no con
fusion and tbe best of order prevailed durirg
the entire evening; a'.l.wc re delighted wllh
hat Ihoy had seen aud heard, and Mlsatie
fied that the young peop'e who took part
did great credit to ihtnisflves and their
Mue.b praise is due Mrs. I.ombar, Mrs. Dr
Miore, Mrs. Lucy Fanc.her and other ladies
lor tho iln Usto displayed. in the arrar.ge
ment and Mr. Clark M srtin lor conducting
We wera happy to meet on tbe occasion
Miss MollleJlcCarty and Miss Olllu Ktbinsuu
Wishing you and the'. bojs a Happy New
Year, I am yours,
Wo have books ot subscription open at
BANNtn cilice Id a telegraph Hue from this
place lo t . I'lewant and from tbat to the
nearest and most practicable route to the
rotllroad. We have suggested .lef. City, but
this will depend much uli tbe amount of sub.
scription as to whether we w. II extend the
lino from M Pieaauut to Jefferson City or
California. Wu u utl that friends will lake an
interest and sho that public spirit that just
ly calls lor a liberal lubvripiton, we wish to
bave communication with either del. City or
California by the 1st of March nett.
Lecture and Concert.
Profs Norman aud Foster gave a grand and
sueresa'ul leclnrn and concert at tto court
house lat evening. Evert bolv was plea-eii
and instructed. Tho murlc waa of the best.
E. C. 8 walem wis llii recipient ot a cune,
an being the loz'est man.
Miss J slc Welts was voted the bcnu'ilul
album as bcii g the handinniHst lady. All
Hopo Pro s Norman and Fjsler will coma
0.1 last Moodav Jan'y t, lfi-'O, by the Hop.
Jidge J. H. T.dd, Mr. Aaron Wright to
MissHnrah Moltoii. Thus it has commenced
the first ol leap year; tbe heautilul Utile Sar
ah ban captured one of the itnnior eex Mn;
happines, pleasure and success shadow their
pathway lhrouc.il liln
P.)0r' Burch uf the ".Sitc Jo.irnal" can'l
linlp puking up his old Drnkunlan K'.ernal
II lo. If a man wai tnl lo lo k IV r a gnnlle
tii mi in the Statu of M n touri, Burch would
be the last sought.
TWO DOI.LSItS t-IKKAK.
May be had at a I the tie, atom's at five
cent per c.py.
YearW clubs of five, each f I oO
iha H.wkeye and any $1,011 Mi gn7.:n- or
Periodical I ct)
The Hawkeye and "Gleanings lor itie
Curiout" a very handsome and valii'M-
book ol W.4 pages octavo I til"
The Uawkeje and the New Holly hcroll
for 1SS0 3 "1
Tne H-iwkeve anil Graves' l a'tr"! (im .. 'i 2t
UiKKM:Ef DI.-iTItlUl'riON. 187'KO.
Cullitiert Ktapbnrry, two p'uiitt to each uh.
senhee.... 0 25
Mold's Knohled Ot -. iu
THlephono Pea. -
Abies Sihinca ... S5
Msgnolia SneJs (as.'d. ini In ling riouluii
gei n Lmiici, it ..) -I
Iris (.oeda IIOIII J3e(lliiig I. Ie i.pteri)
libnd I'en'steun ns Till
Uebt.'s Hybrid Aquileglas 2.'i
Aristolochia Mipho . j.'i
ipomo'i Leiopbylis lu
We will send the If A W1CKYK 1 var..iJto
And ibe HUHALNKw YOBlvlK, lr
y.ar 2 00
Ai.d the at'uve lint ol Plant and -Wcdi.. 2 45
Total Jli r
All, pos'ago paiJ. any a-ldres. tor il 00
Address, HAWKKYK PClI. CO.
Agcota Wanted. iiurllngion, Iwwa.
NOTICi: FOlI PLTBLICATION.
LABI) Oj'riOK AT BO 'NVILI.K. Mo.,!
l)jcenib r llin, 1S7'.).
Notice is hereby given that the loilowing
named settlor baa lllud notice of his intention
to nuiku final j, ryot In support of bin claim,
and aecuro lliial entry thereol at the oxpil a
tion ol thirty days Irom t tie data of tins no
tice, vie: .loeoli T. Il-Mcley, bomotteud ap
plication Nj. IH.'jJ, lor the norihwest quarter
of aoiilheast cpiarior and lot 1 ol northeast
quarter, Hoc. J, township 21), range Hi, and
naui'-a tiie following aa his wltnetjcs, yr:
.1. W. P. Jarretr. ol Mil'er Co., Mo., and K.
W. Stone ot M.llor Co.. Mi
NOT1CK FOK PU BLIC ATIO V.
Land Orricss at Rcminviixx. Mo.
Likckmbi a 11th, ISTil. (
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make llnal proof In support of his claim,
and secure final entry the root at the expira
tion of thirty days Irom the date of thia no
tice, vig: George W. Hake, additional
houiettead entry No. KP-4, lor the lot num
bered i) ol northeast quarter section 8, towu
ship KU, range 12, and names the lol'owlng
as his wllnsa-ts. vhs: J si. M. Lawon, ol
Miller county. Mo. and Jai. li. McKee of
Miller county, Mo.
G u stave Kiiuhk. K-ginter,
f Oi vtkEK. $1'J a dy a' b"meeaiiv made.
C'otlly outfit liee. A'.drfat TktK ii Co ,
Auf.U'is, Ma tie.
OR OK II OF PUBLICATION.
Ia the Circuit f'ourt of Miller ecimty, Mo.,
In vscalion, Monday, Iieeemher 8, A. 1.,
lftO, (ieorge W. Johnston and Sitab John
ston, plaintiff, against
Mahals Spanliilng, Khoda Stephen. Beu
Kin In Hinds, jr., Jai.e Hinds, Isaac Ilnds,
William Ktlcr, Rosa ,1. Bel. he, Wm.
Belshe, Msry K. fiond, Joel T. Bind,
Mahala Kl.r, Louisa Adcock, William
Adcoe k, Samuel Etter, Eva I-ahel Klter,
Maria Jne Hinds, John B. Hinds, jr,
liu ua H. Bond and M. W. Hu.ds, doten
(Inntt. NOW at this dsy romes the plaintiff by
attorney In the above entitled eaiio,belnre
Ilia undersigned Clerk ol the Circuit court of
Miller county, Miaxourl, in vacation, and flies .
a petition and slB laylt herein, stating arnor g
other things that the ald Maliala Spaiililing,
Itenjamin Uins, jr., Jane Iilndr, 1-hc Hinds,
William Klter, Bo J. B'lhe,
Wm. Bilihe, Simuel Etlwr,
Kva 1. Filer an l John B. liitidt, jr., are non
rldnnts of tha State of Missouri, so that this
ordinary precesa. 0I law cannot he served
upon them. It is Ihereloio orJered hj the
Clerk aforesaid, to vacation, that publication
be umdo notifying ibeio, the klores&id non
residents and defendants in this cause, of the
commencement ct Ibis suit, lb purpose and
object ot which U lo obtain an order of sale
in partilion of lh southwest quarter of south
east quarter aud east half ol southeast quar
ter oi southwest quarter of section iwunty
thrco, and nonhesui quarter and east bait ol
eaot halt of northwest quarter and east ball of
southeast quarter and northwest quarter of
southeast quarter, section twenty-six, lowi.
ship foriy-two, range Iturteen, Miller county,
Missouri, except the pari bounded at follos-i;
CoinmcliHuj: at southwest corner ol ratt ball
of east hall of northwest quarter section
twenty six, thehoe north twenty-tour reds,
thence east twenty-lour rods, thence soutli
lwntv-'our ro'lr, thence wi at to the begio
ing. That unless they be and apt ear at the
t ext term of said court, to be hoidari at the
Cjurt house, In the town ot Tuscumbia, in
the county of Miller, on the second Monday
In February next, and c;n or before the thi'd
day thereof, plead, answer or demur to the
petition of pLitot'tTc the teiiue will be token
as confemed end judgment rendered eaaiett
hern according to the pruer of the petition.
It is further ordered by the und rsigiied
clerk 'hat a cony be reol be published in tbe
Osaiik Vallky BsNxen, awm-kly newspaper
printed and published In Said county, of
Miller, for four weeks successively, tbe last
insertion to be at least four weeks tmloro the
commencement ol the next teiin .of , said
A true conv attest with teal, tt.it Nth day tJ
December, 1 879.
J. B. CLAH K, Clerk.
W. M. Ll'Memx, an'y lor plti. -W
SliKK.FFS SALE UiTKtt oCUUoL
In virtue and by authority ol an orderot
s.i hnued from tbe eiBce of Iho C erk of the
County Court of Miller ouniy. to me direct
ed and delivered, elan d IVcemher ! h, M'.l,
In tayor ol County Sehoi i Fund, ai.d against
7"bedee Spearmnn, at principal, and the fol
lowing desenned p i. I estate situate, Ijing
and being n tbe county of Miller ai (1 stain
of Miasoun, lo-wt: Wwt half ot the norih
east queMer and Ibe roulliea-l qo-rter ol the
rlh west quarter In tectimi 15, tomithtp
3!i, rarge 15. containing 1J0 ac-es. And I
bave t cx 'd and lrvled ep in u,eatove He, cMb
eii real estate ra the property ut said 7. hi dee
Spea'insn. and 1 will mi
MONDAY. FKBKUAKY itd, KM),
between i he hours ot nine oVlock in the fo e
noon and five o'clock In tbe alierno in of lwt
dav, in t.oi. ol the court house c'oor, in lb s
town ot Tuscunihla, County of Miller ami
Sato of Misrouri, fell at pubho auction, io
the higboi-l bidder lur casb, all Ibe rii;lit, luie,
int-na', claim and property of lha abovo
named . -blea ispiariuan, of, in and to the
above oesenhed real euU: to sulisly said
order ol kaiu aud coslr.
P. S. MtLI.Ett,
J-herill Miller Co., Mo.
SUEHimH-SALE I'NHEIt SCHOOL,
FUiN I MORTGAGE.
In virtue and by authority of an order of
.ale issued from ti.e ct'.ice ol the I'ierK ot the
County Court ot Mil er county, to me d1 reel
ed anil delivered, dated .lunuisry la', in
' ivor of County School Fund, and against
.I ihn YanosJoll, as principal, and the billow
ing described real ealnie .iiuala, lying ai d
being tn the county ot Miller ard slate ol
Missouri, to-wil: The t-onlh riatt of Soutn
vest quarter section oigbt (8) and the noittt
west quarter cf tbe north we-t quarter section
17, lownsh p d'J, rargo 1 1 containing 1J(
ai res. And 1 have sieeed and lev ed upon
tile above decrih"d real estate as the prop
nity ul std J tn Vanoadoll. and 1 w ill on
MONDAY, FKHKUAKY : d. ls.l,
between tbe hours of nine o'clock in the tore,
noon and live o'clock in li e alternoon ol that
day, in l"'Dt oi the court ni use door, in Ibe
town of Tuscunbls, County of Milter and
State of Mi'Koiiri. toll at public auction, to
the highest bldi er lor cash, all Ibe right,
tile, Interest, claim aud property of the
above named John Yanosdoll, ul, iu and t
tha above described real estate lo aaliafy said
ordtr ot tale and costs.
P. S. Mtu.KW.
Sheriff Miller Co., Mo.
Whereas by'deed of trust dated Kept,
IST I. lt ihert B. Hawk and Kitita Hawk con
veyed lo tbe undersigned, by deed uf trus
ai.cl power 1 1 attorney, the following describ
ed propirty, situated iu the County ol Miller
and Siate'of Missouri, t -wit; The east halt
norlhwe.t quarter, section 11) twelve, town
ship, (0) foity, range twelve, which raid
conveyance was made in trust lo secuie tba
payment of a certain promissory note in said
deed described, ami, whereas, delimit hat
been made in the payment of said note; now,
Iherelore, publ o nollco is hereby given tbat
in pursuance ol tbe power in me vested and
at the rtquest of the legal holder of said nole,
I the undersigned, will on
Tuesday. February 15th, 1SS0.
between; the hour ol 9 o'clock in the for
noon and 6 o'clock in me afternoon ol tbat
day, proceed to sell tbe property above des
cribed, at the Court-hnu-H door, in the town
of Tu-omnbla, county ol Miller anJ State ol
Missouri at publio vendue to the highest bid
der tor cash, to alUfy said trust and tbe cost
of executing tho same.
Edward F. Sbssltow.
Taken up by A. J. Mathews as stray oa
the 10 h day oi Dec 1879, and posted before
G. A. Williams aju.tice ol the peace ol Jim
Henry townshin in Miller county, on the -bib.
day of Dec. 1H7U to-wil: two yearling steer,
one of a deep red color, luue white, snip on
the cose, both hind (eel white, belly White.
One pale red steer aoxue white spots on bi
side. Both marked crop oil ol the right ear
crop aud andeirbit in tbe lell ear, md was ap
praised at the sum ol sixteen dollar by V
M. Varuer and A T. Hopkins and J. l
Walker, i.woru appr'i.
li, A. WautMi, J. V,
I assv'w sssses 'ITaCsT ' V