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I 03 aero Valley Banner. I
Thursday, July 15. 1880.
i LOCAL AND PERSONAL?
, See Uaoie Mark Ltteuut's tare well,
Anchor Mills ara crowded with grain.
Tom. Certee to the boa boiler at Klrkr.
Rned'i OIIC Edge Tonlo prevents mrflarla.
i Dr. MuUm'i Utile mo Eddy Is quite
I L'lburn Hackney bus bsea oulte 111 lor
Crop! In Osage tod Jim Henry town
ships never bailer.
' fleai'l O Todd la lbs champion croquet
I player of Tutcutnblt.
1 Ches. K. rtowden sod Mr. Wright went
to Jef. City yesterday.
Railroad Us business alone Oaege Is
going o llks a hurricane.
Kiqr. It. Vr Bryck moyed to ths Msw
1 Bonis si Lesem's yesterday.
Ths drat bby bora, named Louis I.Mem,
. gels nsw dress si his new store.
Henry Adoook is Dow oonvolestng titer
tevere slUck of spleen affection.
I.OUH Lmcu'i wmm aUnd, la fult of Be
, goodr, sod new prices cell oa Louis.
Ths "bulls snd bears" locked horns last
Saturday. Bruin becks the bulls down
Zecharlab Burton, of Gists towniblp,
gave us tbe light of bis physiognomy Frldsy
Mlts Altop while gathering blackberries
but Monday was sun-sttoke, U now recover
Plo-Dlo at Flat Uprings on Humphrey
iTereek neat Saturday, music and daneing In
1'erry Freeman Is now playing the French
tnoncher at Louis Lesem's store as clerk
call on Perry.
J. B. Adeock bss moved the Oiate
Hotel from near tbe Court house to the old
The ple-nto at Sulphur Spring ws a
complete success there being nearly 800 peo-
-8Maet Aggie with Bsrge Xo. 2 landed
at our wharf but Sunday and discharged 300
John Welts ta rashlnr the black mltb-
Ing with John Smith the wagon maker as
Church at neesant BUI School House.
' Jim Henry towneaip. next Belurdav bv Rev. I
-; VtyceandCepps. 1
wa Lou 8tror has been luflarinr from
tbe effect, vt chlllMnd ferer lor the last two
Weeks at Pnle. lOUM
--Gelta Pettersoo o bei beeo quite 111 at
Cbaa. Clark's or mree wrekt, was
laten w bis parwats last Tuesday eve.
Many people think. Baby Is born only
to swallow medicine foimontha, until'toma
Baby Syrup. -
tells them of Dr. Bull's
First Saturday In lugutt a protracted
Baeetlnjr will commence Humphrey's creek
church, Bros. Payne, Xajombe, Hlbbs, Ho
vuooin ana ipps will
-Mrs, Augusta r. FolKn baa received
300 barrels of Liverpool and Vake salt for
tale very cheap every farmer ibould bare
fireen MoClure tad T all Woods, two of
the energetio farmers and stock raisers of
Franklin towniblp gave na a call ytsterday,
contnouiaa 10 our living.
WOTlCIj All persons Indebted to M.
Lewm either by note, account or otherwise I
are rtqueated to call on me at once and ut
ile and thereby save further costs.
Last ntghts mail gives status of Delegates
to Slate convention as far as beard Irom as
follows! Crittenden 7Q. Marmaduke-SS.
Capt. Wm. T. Franklin, of Pleasant Mt.,
; K q. w. Jt. burton of Jim Henry and Kq.
; Andy Beer of Olate, we noticed was In at
tendance at the itopubllcaa call meeting laet
Wm. Marlon Harrison, of Pleaaant Mr.
called last Friday, looking at well as any
body tnd full of life tnd sociablaness and Is
- one of our best ciflx ids, reports everything
lovely about Saline township. .
W. P. Freeman, formerly of tbe Lebanon
: Journal, but now residing In Tuscumbla,
gave us a pleaaant call this morning. Ua
reports the Iferooorata of Miller county de
listed with tbe nomination of Hancock.
Jen. uuy Eclipse.
Lir. Bra4lyrorJ tod Kiqr. Johntloa two
ol Miller county supervisors cf regUtration of
. oensus, returned Irom Fulton lait avenlnc
lUpert politic tnd thermometer Terr hot
about Callaway and Col ocunties.
Kiqr. W. H. WaUlsy, Bup. of Keg. ol
' census of Franklin township, called at Baa-
; ner office last Monday and remained till
Tuetday evening In town. Tbe Judge Is one
ol Miller county's solid men.
Life, history and seryloes of Uanootk,
' , Oarfleld, JCngilth tod Aubr, will be sold
W Rev. Jacob Capps, who to the aula agent
iela Miller county, aoy one wlabing can pro-
cure a eopy fur 3. 00 by applying to Bey.
: Tbe "Bllckte CompaaT" ksvs purchased
supply of black Ink and rotten eggs to treat
' drunken reprobates when caught in Tttscum
bla In tbe future. Tbe "Red Legs" declare
j that drankeanet and ribaldry has to ba ft M
ad la tali placet
R. Kikkpstrick keeps tbe beat ol liquors I
and luncheoni; ye thirsty and hungry call
An Interesting trial It now on hands be
fore X'Q. Jobtttoa of Ballne towniblp, la
which there Is muoh lnterlumtgation of a
delecticable eonglomeraled leectverstion of
two sexes Intermingled In asphyxiate.
One of tbe moat essential conditions of
perlect health is perleotreiU Tbtsoanbe
ate u red to ths Baby by Judtolouily nilng Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup. Bold everywhere for
26 ocot a bottle.
A grand priae fight at Tuscumbla It dally
looked lor between our young friends J. L.
Cummlnei and Louts Loesm. Jo. seys,
plttols acd oofief, Louis says, ptitola, sugar
snd talt. Everybody look out and be sure
to call often and guard the young men.
Read's UlltKdgt Tonic ouret dyipepstt.
Lwt Baturdav. Banns offloe wm
crowded all day long, with friends from dif
ferent parts of the eouDty in attendance oa
the mats convention. The news In every
quarter Is, tbe pmple are well and ftrmon
Joyous over the floe crops and with the obeer-
ios: newt ever Hancock being the man tor
tbe White Houet Mat March.
II people are Iniured in a good reliable
Company ad tkT " cmt or get tDCir
botiMM deilroyea by ngntentng or get oiown
iwii bv a cvclone. tber have aoroe-.hlne
liable to fall back on or sun la ins worio
sgaln,on their own book, end are relieved ol
tbe numliltv Ol circuiauna a suowcriimoD
paper imuni their trlends. Call on R. Ver
Brvck and Insure In a subatantial company,
at rates more reasonable than usually
Gilt Edge Tonw curat Fever &
Inly CilebrtUoi 1880.
Lett Saturday. lO.h of this month, tbe
patrlolio peeple, old and young, aaiemblea
at Sulphur Spring on the Saline creek lour
mllei North of this place, where there Is a
beautilul shady grove. By 12 m. there were
near 800 people; the meeting was caiiea to
order and Mr. B. C.Swahini delivered an
addreer, upon the general topics ol the
occasion! after which tbe plc-oicers partook
treely of a sumptuous dinner, lbs string band
struck up tome sweet strains of mnsio tbst
nerved tbe audience to dancing, prominad
ins and areneral anloyment. Mr. Blackburn
snd Buitar bad placed a new gum In what is
known at Sulphur Spring and all partook
Ireely of the tulpbur water) which bad the
tffaot of making all tbe assembly feel much
retreabed In the evening preparatory to re
pairing: homewardly. All seem to have en
joyed themselves hugely.
Gill Edge Tonlo restores tbe tp-
SUCCESSOR TO M. LE3EM
Finest Stock of Goods in
ALL TO BE SOLD AT TUB LOWEST
NOTCH FOB CASH OR PRODUCE.
' Havrao purcbeed the entire b miosis
of my tathor, M.Ltacu, and rearranged, re
stocked and refitted tbe store. I now Invite
tbe attention of tbe people of Millar County
to It and ask tbslr earnest and hearty oo-op-eratlon.
I propose to sol Goods at "Bed
Kock" figures lor cub or raoDuct and will
maks it to tbe imtkrxst ov all to purchase
of me. I herewith subjoin a lew of my
prices en 'Leaders", via:
Best Coffee 6 lbs for $1.
" Brown Sugar 10 lbs for $1.
Sod 4 lbs for 2S oenU.
Coal Oil 25 cents pr gallon.
Best Calicoet 712 cents pr yd.
Bint Heavy Brown Domestic 8J to 9 cts
And all other goods proportionately low.
Produce of all kinds taken at Highest
market price In Exchange for goods.
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT.
Come and tee me before purchasing elt
where. If you don't want to buy come and
look at the new arrangement of things and
tee bow tbe New Merchant doet buelnest.
Thanking all for pail favors tnd nikiug
your paironaee la tbt future. I am
Very rtspectfuily, '
I. Lciam'i Firtwell iddrin to thi fit
' pU of Ciller Ca.
FaianDS Axd Fkliow Cituxmsi
Alter a long comucerclal, aod I trust Use
ful, career la your midst. I now offer my
valedictory and retire from the scenes ol
business la Miller. Though doing so, I mast
say, It Is with regret. At my business re
lations here have been of the most tleesant
as well as profiteelet and In leaving I extend
my sincere well-wlihea for the future proa
perlty and success of the people of tke Coun
ty. I have told enl my eatire business to
my son Lodii and trust yoa will deal as lib
erally with bin la the future as yon have
dons with me la the past. '
Again expreaalng my rvgrett at ths dissolu
tion of intercourse socially- aa wall as that
pertaining te buslneas. I subscribe icysell
Tusoumbla, Mo., July U, 1880.
TO ALL WB01 IT EAT COJICEEI
and more particularly Susan C. Rowden and
William Rowden bar husband, Livonia ft.
Griffith and Charles Or! filth her husband.
John O. West, Byron P. West, Blnara M.
Weit, Mattlo X. West, Edward L. Wait and
Joeephtce Reedi Tska notice:
Whereas, William C. Brumley presented
to K. L. Edwards, Judge oflst Jodlclel Cir
cult, a petition to perpetuate taatlmony as to
the title to tbe following described real estate.
to-wlt: Lot No. (4) four In block No. (41)
forty-one In the town of Tuecnmbls, Miller
county, Missouri) the object of said testimony
is to ibow a conveyance of aald lot from John
L. West In fee simple to Randolph
Abbet and Alyln Kins, and the
witnesses to ba examined, are Ran
dolph Abbet and Thomas H, Fsncher, by
whom the said William C. Brumley expects
to prove tbe making, executing and delivery
of a deed conveying In lee tbe above describ
ed real eel ate to the laid Abbet ana Bine by
tbt said John L. West, that the said depoal
tions will be taken belore.T. B. Robinson a
notary public within and for Miller county
at bis vtllce In the Court House In Tuscum
bla, Miller oounty, Missouri, on the 28th dsy
of August, 1830, between the hours of
8 o'clock In tbe forenoon and o'clock In
the afternoon of said day, an J H not complet
ed on said day, will be continued from dsy
to dsy at tbe semo'place and.betwecn tbe
same hours until completed. I
ORDKR OF PUBLICATION.
Stati OK MlHUH'M, 1
County op Muxan. i
la the circuit court of Millet coajty, Bits-
aourl. in vacation. Julv 15. 18S0.
The Stale of Missouri at tn relation ana
to tbe use of r. a. stiller, Collector or tbe
Revenue ol Miller county, So,, plelntifl
Thomas L. Moore, defendant :
Now at this day comes the pMntlS herein,
by attorney before tbe Clerk ol said court In
vacation, and files bis petition aieeing among
other things that aald defendant It a non-resident
oi the State of Missouri, whereupon It
It ordered by the clerk that laid defendant
be not1 fled by publication tbst plaintiff has
commenced a Suit sgalnit hln) In this cour')
tbe object of which It to ottaln Judgment
against said defends at tor tbemm of $57.06
being the amount of unpali taxes due on
south east quarter of teotlon X and west ball
taction 84, ell In townhlp 4. renee 15 for
the yeara 1870, 1871, 1872, 1S3, lb74, 1876,
1870. 1877 and 1878, and also for the pea-
i7 nail cost Cue t Hereon; tit to bare said
Judgment declared a lien in fav of the State
of Missouri against said real elate and for
the enforcement of said lien, anl that unless
the said defendant be and appeaiat Ibis court
at tbe next term thereof, to te begun and
held ' at tbe Court Houe in the own of Tus
cumbla on tbe 13th dsy of September next,
and on or belore the sixth day f said term,
answer or plead to the pettion, in said
cause, the tame will be taken as con fesisd
and judgment will be rendered accordingly.
And It It further ordered that! copy here
of be published according to law In the
Osaq Valley Bahnbr.
A true copy, attest:
J. B. Cunt, Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
Stati of MumjrO
County or Mllxi
In the Circuit Court ol Miller tuuety, Mis
souri. In vacation. Julv lb. ism).
The SUle of Misaourl at tbe nlation and
to tba me of P. 8. Miller, Collector of the
Revenue of Miller county, Mo., flaintiff
.1. W. Elliott, Lucy Elliott, Luey B. Bride,
J. G. Elliott. John U. Elliott. MaiV W. tu
rner. Klla G Elliott, Willie V. Eliott, Elias
a Elliott and Georee Elliott, defetilants.
Now at this dsy cornea tbe pitbull' herein
bv attorney before the olerk ot aaid court in
vacation, and fllea bis petition alleg.ng among
other tb'nga, tnat saia aeinngaots are non
raiidenu ot tbe Htale ot Misaouil, Where-
noon It Is ordered by tbe clerk that aild
delendanta be notified ly publication that
plaintiff has commenced atuitsgsintt them;
the object ol whlob ta to obtain lodgement
against said defendants tor the mm ol $12.85
being tbe amount of unpaid taxes due on
the north bslf norlbeait quarter teotlon 10,
and north half northwest quarter and south
east ouarter northwest quarter ties. 11, all Is
town. hip 39. range 18, lor tbe years 1871,
1877 and 1878. aod also for the penalty and
eost due thereon; and to have said Judgment
declared a Ilea In lavor ot tbe stsie ol .Mis
souri asalnit said real estate, and tor tba en
forcement ol aald Ilea, and that unless the
said delendanta ba and appear at ibis court
at the next term tbereol, to be begun aod
held at tbe Court house In the town of Tus
cumbla on tbe latt) day ot September next,
and oa or belore the sixth day ol said term,
answer or plead to tbe petition la Bald cauie
toe same will be taken as oonieaaea, and judg
ment win be rendered accormnciy.
A ad it la further ordered that a Copy here
of be published according to law In the
Osaoa Valley Bammkb.
A true copy, Alleau
J. B. CLARK.
from tbe evil eAieta of the anUilia af
ywalla, laws aauantaal. iwraanw; Vt
Buy t nrotuu aiauu t
"A GL1NCI CFH1N3 TKf tCrf-
Tlila Uivk Lua curad wore tiiait Ova Uioiaa
a net iM-reona. ArlilivM
i. a uiA Maun ax iarttaBir,
vaaaia, naanwaaa va., aaaMae.
TV A. taWSaBhhaw.
txm at liaai.a Ba. aVia. aaoa
fawakM m aajaad BaraAlaa kakrtawaaV. I
D. S. COOPER."
Sneelal attention paid to all kinds ol Copt-
tner. Old Faded Pictures Restored, Enlarged
and worked up In India Ink. Crayon or W alar
Colon, (i'mt TCI cents half doxen. Pho
tographs tM f0 per dosan; large exi In
proportion. Frames lor tale. (llmGav
Feed and Sale
Horses boarded by the day or week, on
Good Feeding and Good Care of stock a
K KIRK PATRICK. Proprietor.
J. L. HAKE
This being the only exclusive Boot snd Shoe
atabliabmenl In tbe city tbey can ana ao
sell srooUi at bt. lxms Biuree. uur
stock is complete, in quality, sixes
end prices, from the coanest
to the floest, all styles.
and perfect lit guaranteed or no tale.
Boots and Shoes,
of every description, always on band.
IS-Orden promptly filled by the Tuscnm-
bU and California dally back.
J. L. HAKE AGO,,
in rrnnt of Uourc uouie,
TO X1LKI AXITJUOXAUU.
To those afficted with Cbronlo Sore Eyes I
offer a remedy that will CURE tbem perms.
nently. I will ouabahtbi a cobi in every
case ol Granulited loflamatlun of Chronic
Write tnd give me a description of your
ease, and bow long standing. I have certi
ficates from manv that 1 bave cured.
U1VB US A TKIAi..
Send or come to me without hesitation, and
tell your friends to come wbetber you have
tbe money or not. I will cure you.
Mr. Pleas AST. Mo.
For references address either Gecm
Johnston, Sam'l Johnston or Frank Skooks
Mt. Pleasant, Mo. mw w
Warner's Safi Kidns; isd Urer Curt.
I u mm ly jr. tmvw iMwy tw-.
A Tcalbla pr. par lion and la mmtw awae
rmr In lfi world r Hirle-a SIp ,
HaktwcuaS A 1.1. IU4mmi, IAtmt. mmd
Miiiuoiiikia of Iba kltkaal ertar la proof
ur ror ill run) of EMaBoea. eall fcw Wma
mmv'm SMaaat aura.
Wat Ilia cur oi urtarbra aan uaaiiMW
. can enr waraari at winy
WARNER'S 8AFK BITTKRt.
vrj fuucuon to tuor beUihfui acUvu, u4
! tbuft a bnni tn mil ell
It curaw tterrofalnttw ftnd iHt).rRklFrv
WfH fta4 ItwtVM, luvtUtlluc OTH CV
eMttra. nd oU)r Xtrw
OMtftUptlNLI. IHMlaiaat, wJai.erml IWWW
H.enc. sr cursnl by lit f lb U W
unsqitailtd uiii itiMrajic1 rguler K'ttlr.
cttMUM of two aiiM ; fttiwm, . ma
WARNER'S SAfg NERVINE
I Quirk It (iraa KMSanil alt lu lhaaurrarlna.
ruraa aarciiMM anu nHrwiari. rnwii.
t'.allaUeStla,anil rallaTM nroaaa Saak
Irallan bmuaiitun bj axraaaiva drink, ever
work, inDtl aiiocka. and tilliaf cauaaa.
Pow.rful aa It la to atop bain aiMl aootha 41a.
turlwil Marvaa. It u.l-r Injuraa lha aauin,
whi-liiMr ukuo In antall or laiaa iVjaaa.
Hotllaa ul twu ai Laa i pfira, MM. a4 S'.e.
WARNER'3 SAFE PILLS
An an Imiuadiai and artlra aiimama for a
tml, f.lm anl Mr. OuiImim. DVM1. Sll
rkaa. Malaria, f.mr
ul Afa. and abDUld
ba aal wbauavrr iba
Ihiwala du uil ofM-mtu
blir and r-ultly.
a. .tkv ma r-i 'a
M-.U tmm . lkNfk
wa. twin aa ata. a-.,
at iWi a-fc iumiim m
H.H. Winter &Co
EOOIlDlXEIi, X. T.
fciir Muiua ana uM.ua, mu
f ..... Ft.4. awrt.- IU..lTte4
aM.vlal Mai fc.. .. aikaaaB.
Baaf faaa, aa a anv ata,
CUBES TSSZWTLt TXiSLT.
iTifTii uaoiii nxur rai au
mnr a n m frmrrt mawat itiTim
Caalth esi Slnaxtk foUow trea lU sea.
( It yoe bara Wiia traas, are Cam-
avanrra, have Qaaaauii. UaaiuTr, Ita-
V-aniA, or ItaoaoaiTia, It aaa o( a atiurl
txxlla wUl aaiwf jue thai It Haiti thai
Baoaaalty of tow caaaa aad fte a rallaf
iK&i r.n ha aa4 frwaa auk etUar eourtjaj
at wt anur
fcaaedlauir a,uaa ' eoaiains w vmn mvM aa au
'"wa. Or. J. Kmar'e Carman rywSalvwai a poatUTeetiralor
, weak and ibwa eraa. tArt Bill) ll.UH t. Marat fails Se ejire an
caaa af aora ayaa, aad ao rnutedi la ae InuwHliaM bi ka airaaU. I'haa St
C J cwuia a box. Blould foot dniffU not ka It, oa reeatot of at teau
tucpttllHS WSTTi.l we WIU aaud roa a rx.l tn mt aJiiaoaa.
-roa aaooa fMMDnai naaai aaai fVMjna
1 TERMS OF COL'UTi -
CIRCUIT COURTt MU Sc.nd Monday in
February end Sneoocl Monday IsSeptember;
K. 1m Ed warm, Judge.
COUKTT COURT: Meets First Monday In
Februerv, May, Aujnut sntl riiivernhrr;
W. R. ffsinsr, presidln J wile; Joim
S. Joaa, lit dirtrict, IIikak IUkd, 2u4
district, asioclste JusVcea.
PROBATE COURT i Meets Second Mon
day In February. May, Aogmt and Not
erntxtr. J.i, H. Torr .furl-.
. Attorney at Law,
f Office at present In the Court TI ne
Probate butineti. Colloctloiu. PaMillouine
Lands snd Quieting Titles a Speciality.
Have been Clerk of tbe Countr and Circuit
Coorta for 1J Tears, am famillr with the
Rpoords. bsve the only ai tiAt;r
TITLE3 In tbe county. Charge reasonable.
Attorney at Law,
OfQce In the Court Hour 1
WUl'preotice his profossion In Muter and
adjoining eounlies. '
btaJCB ds SILVER,
Attorneys t Law,
Will practice in the Supreme C.urt. In the
United Stele Circuit end District C urt. and
In the Cole. Circuit Cottrt, and attend regular
ly the Circuit Courts of Miller. Otaee, Oas-
I conada, Mariea and Callaway Counlira.
HAMILTON A FISHKR.
Attorneyt at Law,
Jefferson City M".
Physician and surgeon,
J. L. CONNER,
Physician and Surgeon,
GEO. W. T REMAIN,
Physician and Surgeon, Oaullst aod Aurist
P. O. Address, Tnscumbla, Missouri.
Wat. S. HELMS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeo'.
Four miles West of Mount PleMttt.
RosoectluUv tenders his pro(eional nr
vices to the people ol Miller county. Will
give especial attention to obstetrics and
diseases of woman and children.
DANIEL CUMMIN GS.
Notary Publle Land Agent,
A. P. N1XDORF, M. D.,
Practicing Physloian and Surgeon,
Pleaaant Farm, Mi-aouri.
Physician, Burgeon and Aooonchuer,
it. Ellaabcih, Mo.
Physician, Accouchuer and Oouliit,
Bocky Mount, M aanurL
Special attention given to dlaeaars of
Women and Children.
O. M. BANDY,
Rsat EiUte Agent,
Pleasant Mt., Miller Connty, Mo.
"WP1 be ready at all timea to show lands to
personi wishing to purchase lands. Corres
pondence solicited. " if.
J. B. McOKS,
Phyalcian, surgeon and Aooonchuer,
13 A TOOROUUa KKMKDT
In every case of Malarial Fever or Fever and
Ague, while for disorders of the Stomach.
Torpidity of the Liver, Indigestion and die.
turbanoes oi the animal forces, whlca dutiill.
tale, It baa no equivalent, and can have no
substitute, II should not be confounded with
triturated compounds of cheap spirits aud
essential oils, often sold under the same of
FOB SALE BT
Drugg'ffaJ, Grocer, and Wine IMarclianla
SS CR. CROOK'S
aT TTI m
wine oi rax.
a rstrrmi ibii
For CtDKhi, Colds.
Eastoras tie Asntlta,
ttrexg. Was taii rstua
r AtHalof tt'l)prre
alfwealabn. Aak jtmjt
trainrtat lot St. 6jat S
Wtaa at TiriUka ao oi at
I ur aala br all dnurle
at Una LMUai a twtue.
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a,. Ma aatlTH CO,, rii(t., PAytOM, Oa