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Osage Valley Banner.
TfinpKday, August 2G, 1830.
ZOC'J L AND pltliUQXA L.
Rev. Erlckey will preach t No. 1 school
Louie dih Lordi day In September.
. -Flew Pltcbfori was In town yeslordty be
if one of M.llcr county's large wheat grow
ers, A healthy ram vltltod Tuscutnbla lift
Milet Orton't Show will exhibit at Mt.
ricRne, next Saturday, Aug. 28th,
The Oood Templars pio-nlc at Starkt'
cava Jut Tuesday m a pleasant ono, every
one present et Joyed themselves hugely.
-I'rof. W. II. Kompor, It (. AUln8 and
E?q. Wilson celled on ui thii morning, they
re here In attendance on the Toachers
li.Btltuta and are taking great Interest In pub
BonJ. Olio, Esq , o( St. Tbomtr, ws in
Tuscumbla Tuutday last
Prof. Kemper li the principal educator
In our publlo schools. The Mi. Pleasant
Rev. W. O. Di-woing of Franklin T.
callod on I'ankkb ofllce last Tuesday, report!
crop! in lim condition to make a tair yield;
people genera ly wull.
Capt, S. 0. Tanney U. 8. Dept. Marshftl
cam to ear town last Tuesday looking aftir
the Improvement of the Omge river and
otber matters, Oupt. T. li one of tlia fro In
ofuVers ana deserves much creiii lor his
proi)ptnc,i. to Uiz.
Dti: John Evans at Preatura on last
Tudy weok, died from tbeejfootsof con
gestion of bowels, after a few hourt ticknest.
TuscumbU public tchool will commence
the 20. h duy ol Sept. firxt under the superin
tendence ol ITof. Ashley, "who li a graduate
from Warronburg Woruial School all
bouli prepare for the beginning and make a
No. one, school.
Mr. J. W.Glenn ol Kentucky called to
cc us kit Monday, rcporlt dry timet In Kv.
ai.d more 10 in IlliaoU where be passod. He
It pleased wit!) M Her cou ly and my be,
will settle einoig us and bring a few families
from Ky. to do likewise.
Mr. LeefJjx hai been q iit.ij 111 for omo
days, the ia now on theconvaiettug list the
little babe 1 doing well.
Fniit ol ths tevaon: Piess ntel to Uno'.e
Abe. by Mist Dolla Van Wagner.
Wo acknowledge the receipt of a goodly
supply of the mo it dolicloui grapet of tie
iwwa, from Una Delia; one or the mod
boauliful younj ledfct ol Miller county.
M ly her path through lilo bo bountifully
supplied with men delicacies.
Rood's Oilt EJgs Tomo cures Fever A
Mr. A W, Va Wagoner, will plaeae
accept our lutny thanki and obligations lur
quantity of mist excellent apples, of the
Maiden Blush and Fail I'lpptn.
Mr. Ojo. W. Clurk, VrlJent and Ava.
F.. I'tno, SiO.,o(thi Distritt Pir otH1. Clair,
It ilea cud Iltmry countlce, tave our
acLunwlmoiiti for OjrnpIimCDlary li.-keU to
their F.dr, 8,-pl. 20, ao, Ovt. lt and 3 id, we
triift the O ugt vluy;pooplo nUl putronixe
llbornlly their neighbor. ,
Riod'a UillK'go Touic cures djfpnpbla.
A. M. Bulllna of Locust Mound gavo ui a
p'casaut cdl yes tor J j; he baa the Djr.(ta'i,a
luuuel cloth'!! waer for itlo; evory Iniuily
ahould liuve ono. Pried 1. 25.
V. O. Brumlcy bai boen In our town lie
U't week loakiii after builneit gonenlly,
bo hat HiX) gnllom ol the pure nxtive wine
made; on hit farm, now for tile at 75 cents
per eollon, reports corn'crops ihort for want
of rain, whcitJandfKruu good.
Dr. llatlcr of Trlon P. O. gavo ui a Call
last ?ueday evonlni;, remained over till
tblt Ulornirig among bit old friends and ac
quaintances. It doei ui Kod to meet with
aui:liJ )Vial old Democrat. The doctor U
operating tlie'Trioue Flouring? Mills and
tlriros the mercantile And mijicul.buslnoia In
that part of our county.
FohSali -20 J acres 25 acres meadow, 00
iu aultivatiop; one th.)uand peach troei, one
hundrded beitrlnff apple trees, aevei.ty-flve
rapet Concord and Isabella. Wells, cisterns
aul spring! on the place. Gxd dwcllingr,
barnt and outhouse; sis milo Irom Tus
oumbia, on Spite road to Sprlnnfieid, Tonne
appply at Uan-NHH olllce vt P.M.. L'luioiu
lUi, Miller Co., AIo.
Pic mc There will be a plcnlo at the
Mt. Pleagant Fair ground on Saturday Sop .
Uth, 1S80. lion. V. C. Alldrii-'ee and Jui'ge
Kce will be there. Kepublicacs and Dome
crats, are requested to aood their speakers.
Ererybudy luviled. Fill your baaketi and
couie on. . Mas Citizknb.
Riod'a Gilt EJkoTooIo prevonts malaria.
No one can witness the luffirings of the
baby, without leellug of exdeuie piiy; lor
tlieae sutTorlngn, howoer. Dr. Bull'i ilaby
Kyrup a sovetelgn remedy,
R.e4' Gilt igo Tonlq roslore tho p
t-CoI. Bimpion and Capt Kin Winston
ere now engaged In making a resurvey of the
0ge river, with the view of bavins the
atresia improved In a poruianeut tnanuer,
nuck water, about three or four locks and
dams will iosiuo navigation to this place tbe
year round which it the center of Usage
valley. Col. Himpton has been on our river
end bat a butler knowledge of our river than
ny mam in couneolion with Gov. Mcdurit
end Cipf. Cballlu tbey being practical river
jnen, we may hope souittilng will bo doi.e
for the people ere long. Uurl yr Col.
pimpioa au4. py
'"inr'wiivs.- anwaiiwmiwi ii
Steamir Sport Willi bargrt rirn to our
wharf Inst Friday with heovy eonalcnmnnla
of go.Tlt and grneorfei for J. Cummlngs,
Louis I.nscm and A. ! Foliom oar enofgetio
Stoamor Ktnnia with Col. Simpson't
river ouiflt landed at our wharr lft Friday
leaving tbe eriglneor out fit and leluioed down
tl'O river to O iveriiment work on the shoali
near JJerry't foid.
Capt. J. n. Price It negotiating for a
sini'l in-ill steamer to ply bttwoou this place
and Jell. City.
Wm. McKf na'o n1 AV. M. Bone our
vnluro'ia young frlerda ere now running tbe
river mall by way ol IlioT ftoun,cr pegasui.
Capt. T. It. Rjbinson f nd Btiorlff Miller
with their wivos mtpn Ifd fAS. DuvU' mcot
Ingt at the Ui ur school bouse lat Hundny.
Clias. Clark linhltForry-oattbwough-lr
repaired and Ivt Monday crossed a large
flock of blooded shocp.
Ma). S. W. Cox and L. E. Davhon havo
our acknowledgment for paiiiphlots, bnd
hil(nd circlil.irs portaluinu to the Cd Co. !
Fair which are fr dutrlbution, inr one
P'llllng et our i (!! can obtaic; Fair 22, 23,
21 and 25 Sept., 1H.-0. J
Blcamer Emma arrived at Tueoumtila
wharf jefttrday, bringing the Engineer
Corps and outlit to commence the aurvey
ol the Ouv river from tbU pUe to Osage
City Coond! for Col. S.nipion and party.
The bnpplest moment In a mother'! 11 fo
is when the heart others praise Iter biil'V,
and the baft friend to all molliert la Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup, which relicveH tho luBer
lues ot clul Iron caused by Irolluuvou or
liiturnnl piiii. It is (ree from Uplutes.
Philip F. llauenet.ilu and J. J. Pitch Tord
were the dolega'et to the Democralia Cou
grutslonal C 'tivcnllon, at Jiff. City, 18. h
Inst. Phil, t'jk in Barnum't show at Se
dnlin and tho Judlv'.al Cunventl'in at Califor
nia; be yi Uarnusu is no better than two
years ago; and Hint the Judicial Convention
at California w-s m ur aniincus for Jj1e
K Iwards a;ilK Congrslonbl wns for CT.
Philip. Tucrn h no q'ic-iiti but Col. Plill
ip and Judita Kdwarda will havo an easy
waik ovor tiio track.
Elder NeUon A. Davis, of the Christian
fhilh, preached at tbe Boar sebcol house Sun
day taut to e lurge ard tntolllKf nt cinj;'eKa.
tion. Tie Kldor is 73 years Old, baa H i o w
ed the mlntstery forty vof.r and is ons Of ti e
md eiiiiti(1 ilivines. Hi will preeeb at fhe
tjurt houto 1st Sunday in Heplemlier. All
aro respootfully riqjfcted to attend. U-s pre
pired to donate a iitl.'e help lor the divert ing
NOTICE: All personi Indcbtod to mo
Itbur by note, account or othcrwlso are re
queued to ca'l on mo at onceud sottlo nud
tLercby nivo further eocl!.
;8. II. JlscruFOKO, Pleasant Mt., 31 .
The Letmnofl Rustic Liadur ia now
ij'ued til-weekly. Instead of weikly, which
ii it rand imorovoiiH-r.t We wiU! tho pro
prietors continued and ah'indaiil iuct:'S.
Tu?cumb!a Mil", cp"rald by Liuls
,itrm nnd M, Outvy. liivo our sincere
Ihnnks and b li it'oiic lor i( k of tlieir fine
tl ur. It In of mo h". In Mtenour'i; a toalln.
Ufton of Ilia SitHw kitid, mnda on lUuir mills
will cnfcuo bti tx'.eii.-ive Utt'ie. lt;i.eau't bo
Ira T. Johncon, b'lreet P ipi'rvi'iO!, Iihs
been ma'rinir vslonti'e imrovernoitK tin Wra
lrrtro.;t by ditchU:a i-ui gr&vellrj; the
In F.tq. V ir Brcok's court of onqaerry
yesterday at the C. H. Tiie taio of Stela n
I.oul Pii k'-U n and J. It Harrison, two boj.i
of 15 or 10 J ears old, for tltu stealing ol a
horse, mule, saddle and bridle TJia boys
waived 'Xtnrr.ulU.n, the c urt fixed their
bonds at f-t'O in dn'ault ol which they re
mr.ii In prison till Circuit couit in I Mondi.y
in S pt. Stlj:)t lor. B'.alo, lioUiuwn fi.r
Thr Demoi rii'.ic p-irty li now armed and
equipped tor 11:0 con'Cit in November; tho
beat mori m the government hnto been
brought forward and placed on tho banner,
to load the party to victory. In sll th( Ir con
venliont tho best ol foe'ingt existed, at Cin
cinnati a general chout wont up for If tncock
which has soomod to tnke hold ol tho peopla,
far and near, all other parties have tlo boU
ol recard for tho 1) mocrstio nonr.iiioo for
prnildont. In thin ittalo; the nomination of
Col. Crittcndjn for Gjvernor is efiilally fTor
h!o for the pir ly t success; as tho Republi
can and U.'eeub.tukari, in a great measure,
will support him. Itl this Congressional
District and Judicial Di, trior, Col. Philips
and Judge Edwards had no opposition In the
contentions that resembled to nominate
them; thtlr nomination! Is only the
uranimous voice cf the people, Irrespective
of party predellction; s.0 far at our knowledge
extendi tbey will be endorsed by the whole
people In November.
In our oounty there are no announcement!
up to tills timet there are plenty of candi
dates, but.tbeir timidity teems to bold tbem
in cheek waking for, Comity Conventions
to act. Tho guntletnon spoken ot for couuly
ofllce are good men, all liberal In their
political feelings and when placed before tbe
people ai candidate! for the several officci
the probability ia extremo radicalism will not
cut much figure in their election.
Wm. M. Livingttoti and Jamta Ulackburj
were tho Jelnatet from Miller county to the
Judicial convention at California last Friday,
on their return, called t Bannku tnd report
el that there a not a docontlng voice
against the Judge and after the nomlualion,
Judge Edwards came forward and gave the
convention a rousing speech that no one
could tako exceptions; all were for Edwards.
Mr. L aud B. called at headquarters ol tho
Greenback element ol Moniteau county
(dipt. AUrtdge) and wat lufoimcd that tho
O. B. Intend running a full th ket for all
and will co-aloe with republican! to
defeat Djinocrats. They culled at Mr. L.
Bruoer, the headquarter of Radicalism v. ho
Informed thorn that the Kepubiieaiia support
tbe G. B. la rJcr to Ujfttt; tho ijtu-!cracy.
According to previous annnnnrnment h
very inlarcatiog audieneci met at O.ld F!lovi 't
tail on Uat. Ttwuday night and organi.ed by
electing Inila Lutein lamporary prosidont
end W. P. Freeman tiec'y.
It was moved and seconded that a com
mittee of thron be appointed to dralt eon
stltutloa and bv-lawi for sni'i oryariir.illoii;
tlm eh'iir oiir..lnlin DavlA MarsUall, Ii, C.
bwalcni and Vf. T. Tuoioa.
On mi tion a rordlal invitation Is extended
to all o meet with us at our next meeting.
On motion lliu Secretary was Instructed to
furnMi (olb county pnpors a copy of these
minute! with a request to poblih smn
Alter listening to speeches by lViuit Letem,
Cl aH, Chirk ai.d otiirrs the society adjourn
pd to meet Weduesduy evenina; Bipt. lt
Lom Ls-tJi) Pres.
W. P. FiiRFMiv, Beo'y.
Aug. 2Ulh, 1S80.
Editor Hannkr, Dear Bir: Being an Invito
guest to Mr. Roed'i yesterday evening to bit
youngest daughter'! wedding (Miis Rebecca)
I wilt now proceed to give you the scene of
pleasure wo enjoyod at this wedding parly,
woll aa the knot was to'.l o tied (as the saying
h) at half past olght; I went In not very early
the crowd wat most all t!Sctnb!cd3ori';lug
of Miller Co's best looking young ladlet and
gentlemen aud tbe whole building was beauti
fully lighted up and tho rooms wore decorat
ed with wreaths and beautiful buuquets all
presented a grand scene ai; at tb appointed
time the bride and groom accompanied by
Miw Nepple.and Mr.". J. P. Popijoy (lected
as wailerr) marched down atulrs through
sitting room on in to tbe parlor where the
crowd awaited, their approach and lo a very
lew mlnut.'t honoritbio Iq. J. S. Wilton
pronounced tbem man and Wile and poured
out bis bles?ltg and compliments on them,
Mr. Rood and wife received tbeir son-in-law
(Mr. Hiram Popejo) ) .with ma: kud esteem
and p-rotilude, and wo wtrn conducted thence
to a luxurious supper pri pared bygo.id cooks
and after tlinnkt had b iM oflend up wo ate
heartily and retired to tbu pail or where wo
were enterialned with some good inunio by
Mim Neppio Heed and at a late hour of the
night wu wended our way hoo e wihicg
ILoin bappluest aud pt'O-ipurtty. I Will add
, ULMON'S RirxiR CoilBESrONDEKT.
Aug. 21, ISS!)."
IttHtor I'AVNrn. Dr. ll s'.eter ot St. Louis
it bore delivering a series of lectures on (em
pcrMiee. Ho diaws crowded tons Who
listen tpell boiii.d to his fxniii at;G tlrlkins
tluqucnce. At oi o moment ho will bavo all
iauhing at the next weeping, Blxfy signed
U8t liiht for ruorgini'.''.iiin ot tho C. T.
Union in this place. lie U Ststo lecturer ol
Tt'inperance Union end the Good Templars.
Has been laborinc In this ftato over cixteen
yen.-s and ovor 0,tAiO have Mgnrd the pledge
throuttli bis labors, and Is highly recommend
ed. Thosu wishing bim Ut como and latior
iu the townt in Oil and adjoining counties
will do we 1 to Invito him.
We hear tbe tA"nd of the threhi!ig
machine bdongin M-'jser Bondi1, U,ee,
li wr and David4in, iunninr daily, they d
coad work and will be intensively patronized
by our furmars.
We learn that Mr. Clarto Martin will ha
candidete for a eeoond Urm at constable
Ksl. Fergufcon is very b ity bu Miog
a school house in his diitriut.
The peaches rn:;od on the furra of J. C.
Tallman are the lurost arid Htifcit wo have
seen this season,
Mr. and Mrs. leimhir Invj i"t retarned
from Ctilcjgi where they b;tve bsoa httend
ing tlo grin d proceui of the KnUhl
T.i.Tplais and etjoying the S S'lU a"l sceuus
ol K""t Iike City of t'oa Wet.
Dr. Wade formerly of Tint). Is hero
cngr.ged In the prcticn of nieoie ino. Ho it
lilch y reoommendol.as kiilal aud experienc
ed iu bis prufemion.
BOCSY EOHST, EO.
Au;. 21, 83.
Editor Bannkr, Si: t I toen and heard ol
several r&bdidulos lalLe l of fur county tll:e;
but there it ot o ofllce I have not heard ot
any one atpiring U ; that Is county asicrsor;
this eiBco is ono of the most important to
the tax payers of any and we should solect a
man of f xporionec, a Ojd Jade to
dii-criuiinate betwoen the value of the dif
ferent epecics o( property taxable and especial
ly that of real oil ate,
Uiie'o Dmi'l C jiinrwig Is th man that
wilt fill the hill in every pnrtirulo; he I m
lived in tho County from its flmt settleniont.
Lis general aiqualntnco and experience
gives him, by lar, the udvante over any
one of younger end Inexperienced
knowledge we hope bo villi announce him
self for aatottor.
i MaY ClTlZBMS.
Hall o Mt. Plkasakt Lo!o,t
No. Ui, 1. o. O. F.
August 2l.t, mi).
WnKRRAS, It bat pleased the Aludghty
Fattier of the universe lo tend tils messenger
of death within our cireio and to remove
Irom our midat our respected and worthy
brother, J. M. U. Bills a nicrubir of this
Lodge who wat a zealoua sdvotale, a faith
ful worker aud true brother of our order,
Itiorufoie bn it resolved tirtt (bat in the dtath
of our brother we have sustained an Irrepar
able loss in tbe doatb of a good brither and
true frit nd to humanity, bis Inmily a Rood
husband aud kind pnreut, t kind and accom
uioilaiiiig iioltrlibor and good clti.en.
R,-solved, That wo lender to tho family
rula'-ions and friends of tl e deceased our
heartfelt tympatty in this thtlr great bereav
rnnt and Irreparable Ions.
R-iaolved, That Ibis Lodgo should be pro
perly draped lo mourning and that the U-Utl
badge bo worn by tho niemburt of this Lodge
for the space ol thirty days.
Roiolved, That a copy ol the abo"e pro
ceoditigs at d there rotuluiionS be lurnitbed
to tbu family of the dcoeaed and they be
placed upon the record and that a blank page
be lelt iu the H:crelar)'s book properly dec
orated in memory of our nVparied biorher.
Resolved, Tuat a cot y of tbe above be
sent to each ol our couiilv pap-rs fur publi
eallou. K. II. L'oy.)
J. P. Kcahtiiii.', Coamittoe.
L. W. J' ily, J
Done at Mt. Pleasant thii 2bt uay of Aug,
J. C. fi-Ml-tJOS, B jv'i'.
J. B. Ciwaiy.n, N G,
. . , i risasant Et. School,, ,
Tue Pleasant Mt. tchool opont next Mon
day under the charge ol TV. II. Kemper.
This Is tbe Only graded publio school In
Miller county, Btudetits autlclpai lug gotDg
lo school this fall and win tor will do wall
to consider thii tchool. The pubiio tchool
continues four ' mouths. The tuition will bo
$1 GO per month. Tbe sulj-ots taught are
those 1'ioght In the publio schools of tbe
C iunly with tbe adtlil Ion of higbor branches.
Good board Is cheap. When the Publio
school closes I will begin a select school
which will continue five mouth, this c'T'ng
a nine months term ol tchool, For any
information regarding ' tlio school address,
Vf. II. Kkwi ka, Plesant Mt. Mo.
Pleasant Mt. li t. Aunusl 23.h, 18H0.
Editor Bannkr: Allow me a few worJsln
r-ply lo an articaUthat'appoard In your pa
per lt woek under the 'non de plume oi
''A Friend'' and written at a defene ol
r?ammy Todd. Tho arlicnl hoirevar, fails re
markably at a defence, as It denies nothing
in regard to what Ira In lilt wilbdraWel said
ot Sammy. The maiu object of the article,
It soemft, is to tlur mo and to put words in
my mouth that I nevor utteied. Now, it
appears to roe, that no person ot "common
decency" would stoop lo siieli low remarks
as those made by tbe writer of laid article.
A hlKU minded porton will mverlowor tbem
H Ives to, as to remark upon the natural de
flcienoles of any one, such tbey cannot help.
If the said "A Frlond" would pay a llUle
more regard to the bible of which "A
Friend" pretends to bo a great advocate
she would llnd therein that a bear at one
time destroyed eight children for laughing
at the baldhead oi tho prophet Kililia, and
would probably not bavo said what she did.
"Common decency"!! Well I should
smile." Wero I as void cf it as she then
I would InJeed consider myself in a deplor
able condition. I never yet "brayed" (pray
ed if you choose) in a court room be lore a
set ( Judges and men, whoso very tj.iloi
mutt certainly have mocked ber. At to
brains I have nevor made any pretentions to
any, if I im uottmnrt it it not my (alt and
the more shame on her lor throwing it up at
me. Trusting tbe dear lady will not again
bo guilty of such an indiscretion. I leave
her u John W. I'culkhan.
Infant child of Sain'l and Caldonia Ltwson
died; hut Mondey morning of conj wtlon of
tbe brain tho parents have tbe ryinpalby of
llioir many friends, what may seem to be
their lots is llu blessed 1 ttlo ones c t!u.
The Old School Baptist Aocllion of
LamineRiv'T di-orlct, will hold their minimi
mooting at UirrifOtl U.J inklot in' Jim Urn
ry township Miller Co, Mo. coninier,ein the
2nd Saturday in September ISS0, ail ara in
vited to attend.
S'raved or Rtolen from tho nEded;ned on
the night of tho loth lnttant one daik brown
mare about 11 lunds li'gli, 13 years old, both
hind del white, bare fooled all round. Any
Hli riu.iliHi in regard to iiiii) snlinsl will b
thiinkfully received bv EiiZ-in in IUynk.4,
of Valine township, four miles east ot Mount
PldAtaut, Miller county, Mo.
Po many former Republicans are declaring
lor ri incotk, Hint now, whon a prominent
lu-pu'ilto.ti net in aotiyo polities suyt bo
shall vote fur G utt ild, the prly ori'.a'us pa
rado tho factlfor a Wvek. Tlo party i to
hard ui Hint it hat to lira; ovur those who
do uot doiort. BoKton VoAl.
In tho late unnleauutneFS the Domorratio
party turnlslied vt.ry braye, tiua and tried
G jae.-al, and the Demociaiio party furnislind
all tho men' for ono sldo and tbre lourlhs
for tho other and lbU3 crushed out a family
q nirrel . Ex.
AGAIN IN OPERATION
LOUIS LIMEM, I'roprletor.
Under the skillful minagamenl of
Mcg-rs C'cttBY and Kkyxs, tho above Mills
bavo beon put under tho mojt thorough re
pair and are ppcncd.;galn to the public;
refitted throughout and rendy for work. I
cao a-soro the publio generally that tbey
will do the best work, rr.al.o the largest turn
out and In the shortcut time of any nilllt in
GRINDING DAYS arjs
Floub and Meal exchanged for grain at
all tlmus. Como and give us a trie'.
8. II. CURRY, Miller.
Louis Lbsem, Proprietor.
Notice is boreby given that loiters of ad'
minUtrulion ou tile eslato of Alfred M. Bills
deceased were granted to the undersigned by
the Probate Court of Miller county, Mo.,
bearing date August C.h, I'-HO, all persons
having claims against laid estato are ri quired
to t xhibit them for allowance w ithin one
year Irom the date of said letters or they may
bo precluded from any benefit ol said estate
end if such claims be not exlubitud within
two years from tbe date of suli letters tbey
will Lo forever barred.
Jossm 8. Adcock, Adm'r.
Spring Garden Somtnary, Billor Co., Co.
Tbe Annual Hesstuti ol tbe Hpriug Garden
School wilt commence on or about bpt. tt.b,
lh0, and oouliuue ton months For particu
lar address riuxro-N Si Moi.Kd, L cuit
Mound, Mi II ur county, Mo.
"i Uy tlKrilii'd nnh aiil'At
at twt. I rot, lisrtia' II t sttt t h le 4
Binjil 'tt t-tit f)f ne p' i atKtc,
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13 A THOUOUGtl RBMBDY
In very cjf 'e of Malarial Fever or Fvrr and
Ague, while for disordert of the Stomach,
Torpidity of tho Liver, Indigestion and die
turbancot Ol the animal forcot, whlcn debili
tate, it bat no equivalent, and can havn no
tubstituto, il should not bo confounded with
triturated compounds of cbe&p tplr.ts aud
e-sontial oils, otten toll undor the name of
FOR BALK BY
Druggists, Grocer and Wine Hsrcbanti
TO TIIK AlTFIjIOirjliUJ.
To tboro afUcted with Chronic Bore Eyei I
offer a remedy thvt will CURE thorn perms
ncntly. I will olaramsc a curs in every
esse of Grar.ulited Iutlamatioo of Cbronia
Write nnd givo mo a dotcrlpllon of your
case, and bow lore standing. I have certi
ficates from manv that I have Cured.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Bend or come to u;o without hei Ration, and
tell your Irlends to come whether you bava
the money or not. I will cure vou.
Mr. Flxaiant, Mo.
For rcforonces address either Georga
,T ihnston, Mam'l Johnston or Frank Kkonks
Mt, Pleasant, Mo. n.20 4w.
TERMS OF COURT:
CIRCUIT COURT: Meets Second Monday ia
Jbcbrtiary and cieconit Monday laaeptomber;
E. L. Fdwards, Jude.
COUNTY COURT: Meets Firtt Monday In
February, May, August and November;
W. R. WKioiir, prosidinrr Justice; Joilif
S. Joint, lit district, UikauIUkd, 2nd
district, ati-ociato juslcel.
PROBATE COURT: M ctt Becond Mon
day in February. Miy, Auguit and Nov
ember, Jas. U. Todd. Judge.
kUKRIFF'd SALE. .
By virtue and auihoity of a genaral cxecu
tiootrsuid from the otlioe ol the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Miller county, Missouri,
dated July 13, 1S80, to me dirncied and de
livered, In lavor of T. J. Henblev, admr. of
Abel Jarrett. deo'd. and asalnst J. W. Tall
man, N. B. Wood, Richard B.ijce and AVm.
Tallman; 1 havo fc'.zed and levied upon all
the rlhr, title, ebtiia nnd Intoreft of the said
N. B. Wood, of, In and to tbe following lands
In Miller county, Mo, to wit: 20 acres south
b.tlf snuthwist quarter southwest quarter
Sec. 27, Twp. 3'J. ling. 13. 80 acre we?t half
northwest q inner Sjc. 2H, Twp. Hf), Rug. 1J,
M) acre, fH,t half uortlieakt Sec. 21), Tp oi),
Kne M, i ) acrs sotitheai-t northeast Soo Cll,
Twp, 9, Itog 13, 81) aerot wett hair nortli
west Bee. 81, Twp. SO, R;)g. 13. Aril I will
Tuesday, Hcptombor 14, 1380.
between the hours of nine o'clock lu ib fore
noon and live o'clock in the afternoon of tbat
day, expose said real estate to publio sale, or
so much theieof as will be si lficient to satisfy
sail execution and costs, to the highest bid
der for each in band, at the Cour t bouts door
in the Ww. i of Tuicumbia, Miller county,
Mi-eouri, while tbe Circuit Court ol suii
county is lu seieion.
P. S. Mil lkr, Sheriff.
SUKRIFF'S SALE, j
By virtue and authority ol special execu
tion, issni d from thn ollho t f the Clerk of
Circuit Cuirt of Mi. ler County, Missouri,
returnable at the tiuptember term, 1SS0, of
said Court, and lo inu directed, at the rela
tion mil lo the use of P. S. Miller, collector
of rovnnue an i a;aimt Joseph Nemlck, dated
July 17th 1SH0, 1 have levied upon aud seized
a I the right, title, interest and claim ol tbe
said J iiepb Nomicn, of, in and to the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit: 200 acres
north half a julti wost and south hall norln,
wet and north oant of north wett quarter
section lourteen, township lortv one. range
thirteen. All lying; and bltig'ln the tan!
County, and Stale ot Mhcouri; and I will, on
Tuetday, Septcmbor 11, 1K30.
between tbe hours of nine o'clock In tha
forenoon, and five o'clock in the afternoon
of that day, at the Court Mouse door, in the
town of Tuscumbla, County of Wilier afore
said loll the tamo, or so much thereof as may
be r quired, at publio vendue, to tbe highest
bidder, for cash in hand, (nubjuct to all prior
uens ana liiuguiem?, to satisfy taid execu
tion aud conta.
P. R. MlLLtR.
Sheriff of Miller Co., Mo,
II jrtos boardod by tho day or week, on
Gocd Fuelling and Good Care of itock
R. KlRKPATRICK. Proprletrr.
NOTICK FOIU'U BLIijTSioN.
U. li. Land Ofkkb, Hojnvii.ib, Mo.,1
Aug. tbe 0,h, l.S,0
Notice It hrrebv given that the billowing
named tottlr hat filed notice ot hla intention
(o mtike final prool In support of his claim
and tooore dual entry thereof, and that said
proof will be mtde belore the Clork of tha
County Court of M Her county, at bU ofllca
in Tuicutubla, Mo., tbe county seat of said
county, ou Haturday the UJtti ol S -ptember,
li), yia: Jofajli T. Uemlny, homestead
entry No. l)IVJ, tor the N W qr. of S E qr
aid lot 1 ol N K qr see. 2, tp lit), rng IS, and
be nemos tbe following witnestet to proya
Ui! continuous resldniioe uiwui, and cultiva
tion of, said tracts, y t: Km.y W. Sloue,
John W. P. Jarretr, Kvau L. Short and
TUJUiit U, Jran-her.
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