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Osaffe Valley Banner.
TUnrnday, September 2, 1880.
LOCAL AXJ PERSON A L.
Mfa U the moat contemptuous bird f
7 be owl; be Loots t a-veriOiing.
Reed's Oilt RigeTonio prevents mslarle.
Stylish Jo. fcreps all klndi of Roods,
groceries and ferAfjge to supply tbs wiinu
Miw Nipple R.ed, and Professor.,
Kemper, McCorob, Atkin, Clask, and Brock
ra tn called ou Banseii oigas fut week,
NOTICEi All persons Indebted, to me
either by note, accomt or otherwise are re
quested to call on me at ouce'and settle and
thereby save further coil.
8. II. IIbkipord, Pleasant Mt., Mo.
Many persons who rnke through another's
character with a flnt14q.it b comb, to iliitovor
a fault, oould find one with Ion trouble by
going of or tbelr own character with a bone
rake. An unsuccessful politician says that the
tnoit difficult vacsncies for lira to fill aro the
Vacancies . q Hi orn 60d. hie famili's
This section of country tit VeiteJ last
Ssturday with beayy rait) atormi, wlilcb bas
prepared Urm Ufida In fine condition for
breaking preparitory to towing wbeat.
Or. ll.ietetter gate a moil exattant lec
turo last night on Temperance, depicting (he
littmhugt of the day In all the variona pro
fotiion, trade, and iccup4Mont. IJu did nut
even iut tjlp the humbug lemporanco Icclur-
Louie Lsscm, bai been succeMfnl la Mi
appeale fur water, tbe reservoir at the
Tujcumbia Mill." ia now full and over
s'"'''!! owin; with plenty of wood, wator and
lf...... ,r ...
wum; tiiuuy jv yes win Vyjrry oui me Beet
of flour t'i muke Louis happy.
i. Some scamp about Tttacurobia bat b.uleJ
::; KSKur or lheruall by writing on the tide ot
i hou'et somethings they suppore quits smart;
i such (luglit a be booted or shot with cailor
it bean f.
I It -7. Bridget of tbe M. K. cburob beld a
I protracted meeting at Ml Carmcl Deer
I II ckory Uill Ui-t week, large aecesiiott to
the church and general iulbuiairn pervad
ed tbe whole community.
W. O. Btumley baa pqrefaased of R.
Klrkpntrick the L Tery stable and ebon
building, With ; all eppurlioancet thereto
belonging, on the ojtmr ct blb and let
ttreel. Wo undtntand Mr. K. will IIM;
Milt 1.1. In a short lime.
The qteatioq bat been atketl by several
pcrtoni il Uncle Dan. CutEmlugi will run for
the effl.-e ol eiettor of Miller couoty bo iay
if lie la tbe cholcs of tbe voters of the county
be will accept. He says '"the office ebould
seek the man end not marl tbe tffi 0," Tlit
toveriri ptoplu thould be '.be Judge of tbe
qualifications of their Candidate.
rtc-nc Tbere will be a plcnlo at tbo
Mf. rul fair grounds on SaturJy Sip .
11th, mo Hon. W. C. AlldriJjje and Ju'tf
lt.ee will be tbere. republican and Demo
crats, are rrquestoj to send Ibeir tpeakerr.
Kvt-rybody laiUi4- Kill your baikats and
come on. Masv Cit,7.s.
-Heed's Oilt E Ige Tonc rc.turei tha sp
"Son at the Oti;o rivr ia receiving tbe
attention of ConRrtue in (be way of a rt-sur
yey. A"I C'- Hinpion and others are on
taxed In the work with tbe view of having
our fir. r improved in a permauunt marine;,
we suggest tbat th ctllama ol TuBCumbia
acd vicinity in the 0.tage Valley call a
meeting sopqn day drlo circuit coifrt and
appoint a onnmllUo of arrangementa to pre
para a ;rand old tathloned U.rbacue for tbo
Euginrer Corps on (belt downward trip.
Phil. F. Uu.n-tln hat tbe contract to
bul'd twj barges, UiSJ for Cupt. Louis
L)hma ol J0: City, to operate is cooneo
tiop with his mill steamer on the Oufi rlvur
from Tuscurq Ua to J ffjrson City. I'hllip
bai the boat bat timber In tbe U. S. and tbe
mill to cut It in any suitable sbapo to build
'tets. Why can't we have the bu (i for the
it steamers on tba M.saiitlppl and bl .
Hlvere built at lMsplo. Bjtter boat lim.
ber cannot be found anywhere. Wa invite
eitn bt and river men to come an ' look
for tbetftiulAS, It wi.l be thousands lu VUeir
Fan Is fun, and should never be carried
to far as to it tro, any one; U?t M ndny
bight week, somi one look the taps off ilie
prln wagon, Ib tt Hiru'l Sune and Xomy
Tomson bad rcplring at the shop of Jne.
D. Wdita for tbe purpose of going to the
temperance plc-nlo. It wu suppjie, some
wtg bad removed tbe taps (or a J k on the
young gallnnlt; and would return them after
the fun was over; but up to this time tlioy
ihtve not done ao. Illhe prty does n it, it
pill show ll.at a tuUurahle lueao, diipoe'tlion
itiDat;tt our towgu
We have the eoquerry propounded to as
liverv daV: who in cndiitIOi In Miller
cuantjT We bsve Uattt1 fot some time in
terviewing different gentmcn of both par
let; some five or aiz bare Indicated, that
hey will accept a nomination If tendered ty
con-jniion of the people, yet the7 ara net
iLrfrfTous. Judge KeeO, Ciiairtuan of tba De:u
pratic Kxecutlre C UViulttiSO has cal'4 a
IheKx.Ou. Com. to meet at tbe Court
illouie l(J,.h lust.
limine River distriot. will hold their annual
""""It t uarrlsoo U. J-oklnt la Jim M -D-
y townihlp Miller Co, Mo. commer.olt tbe
lS Haturda in HdnUmlK ll in in.
Li... A. vv v m. w. ..-
'W4 19 vteutU
Lecture to Otit, at the court boie.
Om&o bas risen about li inches sioce the
The Oiage Purveying party are at Brock
man's ford sis miles Irom this place.
Phil. F. llauflos'.oin Is procreitlng with
t;.as Clark bat (ila fwy bat afloat ajfaln
In good order.
The deir law tKplred on lit of this
Tbe town streets sre bolng greatly Im
proved by ditching and grTlinr.
Dr. Brn4MorJ and Lotita Lnifm are at
tondlni; the D.ttriet Fair at Tipton.
-lWtd's. Oilt EJge Tonic ;uros Fever
W C. Brumlij will in a short time bo a
rlt'zen of our bur.
II, Klrkpatrick, lady and cbildren are on
a visit to nit. 1'lesiant.
The Toahrrs Initiluto" lait wrck was
attendod by five or tlx teachers.
Ked's (lilt E 'git Tonic cures dyipfptla.
Tbe ctosn of Frndorf v Martin In .Tuli.-o
Vor Bryckt court tried lait Mondny the Jury
found for delon dint.
Herman Kolray will bsve a stot-k ol goods
In his new stand at Planters House next Mon
S'esmer Sport CUroO ti our whrtrf yes
terday wi h load of goods for the merchant
ol this place.
It is odd and lO.Tinliines moUncholy to
Sco a limn tr)lng to "nuke Up lilt tniod '
when be bai no ni it iriat 011 band to work
Capt. S. O. T.iiioy left hire for J11T. City
jwterjey frfiok out ye wliliky find tobneco
lellors, Iho U. 5. ia on the trail.
We undeitUnd lb at W. C. Uru-nley will
have a f 7.0L0 itook of good opennd in thd
K rkpatrick stand.
Clayton Situn Phillips was In our town
last woek we may look for anotbor dream,
La tSAlurJay Proaecuting Atly.;Swalem
visited Iberia to proitciule H. Jonna fur
whipping a biy, Jones pload guilty the Jus
tice (loud him one do Uiand costs.
"Diishaway" a 1 o pium preparations and
give only Dr.; BjK's li .by Syrup to tbe
B tbles. Il It the only retry riy which con
tains no opiHtes and it ra labia.
John Fogbmin is the general manager
of tie It ailng It om on wu r sireatj n
one of the floeit Bibles in M Mer ounly on
tbe ennter table. We understand tnirj are
now Is" iembors of tbe reading club.
Dr. Ab x md'tr, of Cooper C ., a regular
greduato from fit. Lout Midicsl Colb-g-o will
in a ihnrt time aHe In Tupcumbi, Mo., t.
praeilcti t.l pnifriiiiio. Come cn doctor you
will be received in open arms.
In Justice Vt r Brjck's court, State vi
Wm. Martin a4 Uraham for shouting and
11lurblng the peace of 'the neighborhood;
lofend siits plead guilty and ied one dollar
Judge J. II. Todd, lndy and son Stm'l
Infl our ti)w:;;Ust week on a visit to M inr.it)
Kichardiun's, a bio thar.ln-law, n'liding near
Cherryvaie, K 10. The J jdge will be absent
about ten days.
Frj.n I) O.Owens, Druggist, Altonnt,
V, "Dr. Bull's llahy Syrup bas a wondetful
reputation, tbo deinaod.hir it la'roally aiton
lihing. Mothers will bavo 110 cither, I; is
deilined to supercede all other S.iothing
Mr. Spu-Iork, of Verfallles, writes u
that be bas the asiuran"it of some K'piibit
ctnr, that tbey will support hltn for J jiJgu of
this 11 Jujicial diitrlct; ho being a tirecn.
backer. It may be the eaie wivn srtne Kadi,
cala. who have gone to seed and lallen oil:
tlioy tuny afB iaie with tha O. 11 a but in this
section the U"publl:ans are for Judgn .Ed
wards except tbe seedy onut. M.'. Kpurlock
Is a genilemao in ev ry xena ot tbo word;
we are somewhat turpi i, id at bis lending
bimsolf to the assistance of a party beii g
reaerectod from tbe frautents of the two old
Dr. T. Unfetter, the D.tpt. Grant
Lecturer from S'. Louis came to our town
Inst Salur.laj; alter holding a series of Tem
perance lectures at I bela for a weet, he com
menced Hand ty evening on the put, preseit
and fiAturo, q'lotlng fmra tCe Brble dilTjror.t
pasiagos of icrlp ure In the old antl re
testament to show that Intoxicating drinks
were pruliibiUd, an t Iho pooplo In the third
ol the world were warned against the uta
of such. Mr. II. it a gentlemta of tl ia
delivery and makes bis leo.ures imi.remive
on his auditory; the court houis was crowded
with anxioui aea chers lor light.
Uu account of the iuolumancy of the
wea'her and liealrh not yury bouysnt we
wore prevented attending- all bit lectures.
others who were titer report being much
plnse j at bis labors in the good CAtue oi
Klltor Otaoa Vsllsit IU.vnbr, Dear Sir
Tboro appeared In the luat No. of th
Fanner, nut'ee of the d-'ath of Inlant child
ot Suu'l and Caldoni 1 L .waor, cauwt con
ge'tion of tbe brain, l'oimit mn to correct
the above ar.d tav there wore no symptoms
of brain disue; but worms rpatrn;a srd len
dat-ii ot cold wattr upon a bot;bail', which
DO doubt was tha caute of death.
Spring Qa,rddQ Seminary, Siller Co., Do.
Toe Annual .Soi.lou ol ttie Spring Gtriiao
9 hno will commence on or about be pi. Ob,
lKhO, and contiiins ten m-nlli For particu
lars address biTrox & Moles, Licutt
Mound, Miller county. Mo.
Foa Sai K Wd acroj, !!5 acres maado-w, 00
in culttvatior; one Ihomaild pjacb trees, one
bundrded boaring apple treos. sevot.ty-flve
grapes Concord and lobelia. Weill, cisterns
and springs on the plsce. Uiod dwellings,
barns acd oul-houte; six miles from, Tui
cumbis, on Huie road to Bprlngfloid. Terms
appply at Usnnkk olllce or P. M Ulutous
U'dge, Miller Co., Mo,
Tbe Democratic Executive Committee of
Miller county will meet In Tucumbia on
Thursday tbe 1J li day ol Sept. 183, for tbo
purpoio ol coniultstion.
IIira.m I'Eitn, Chalruiao Co. Ex. Com.
Uwot.l Aug: T send the number of both
cla of wheat raUed by some of the solid fur.
mers Of North nl il It r Co., jfeicrally known
at the Cove. I lys you Iho names and the
amount at faraa I Imve heard;
J. 1'rot-ir & Snr 1,000 buihel; H. 8. Bur
tlngsme & Hro., 7U0 bu-bol'i J. (i mdman &
renters, 700 hnsholMj A. Sco't, 50, 11. D.
H -nrk, 400; I), li. Tevlor, (in M.mliean Co..)
7u0, Tliomat Taylor, M'tiiieaii Co., hX). Ba
sldea manv elber imnllcr farmers Hih amnuut
nl which I bave not lenrned. The great
drawback we Imve ia to haul it too far to
market. If J.lT.rson City wouid only pusb
ber railroad to Mt. I'luaiunt there would bo
thoorands of hii'tiel ot gralu poure into her
lap evoty year; beatdai It would be a great
stimulus to this country to tee the "iron
bors" snorting through thi country instoad
nl thoslow ami tire0:re way ot drawing our
grain from eighteen to Iwenty tru mllos oyer
roui;h and rocky roads to Caiiiornla,
Col, Simpson's Kiigwieer party are now
fu-hins? the survey on tbe O nge river from
this place to lUuey Crock. We had a few
llemi of Mr. Gregory last 6turriay 01: the
subject of tho kind ol ImprovemnLt tbst will
likely be most practicable sci aucce.elul at
The lecks and dams will require too large
an approptialion t J tnet the favor of Con
2rps at this lima. But a rjnttrn.i-f "apron
dam,:' tuch are used on pi.ims It tho (.) ilo
and other rivers In the Kahl; will crcft'C elsck
water and antwer ovofy purporn of the lotkt
and dam. As we are Inli.rmcd by Mr. Gre
gory the ''apron diim" it built wiih timber
and stone wall b ll 1 to-j.-thiir, b ing higher
at cither end or at the sboie ar.d d.prcstcd
in the contro or at the channol of tho water,
with an "apron" to full down or raise at will,
the boat to pass oyer tho apron when down,
then to raieo it to chock the water sufficient
to p si an apron la a second dam, when over
it, raiie the apron 10 that, which will create
shtrk-wiiter to pass hU diZ-m shoali; there
two or three other "apron dams" are con
s'.rucltd to pats a boat as at the Art:; this
process is for going up stream and fcr a
downward truiii.it a like process is adopted by
boletlrg the lower apron to croate water on
tbo shoal to pas the vcesol or rails thruugh
wlib a 1 ense. Mr. ti' tugntlons look fe-s-ible,
and be atrures us that tba Cost of such
dams lll not exceed one tcutb of the locks
We are like the old maid who w.intc 1 to
get marrkd and was prai g to tho L rd to
aet:d her a tiu.-bftnd, whilst In prayer a big
owl commenced betting; the Ituught the
L ird was asking who she wanted. She ix
c'almedany bod)! Oh Lotd, ari)bod!:
So It ii wllti us, any k 11 1 ol a dam, ob Lord!
Any kind, so we h&vn tU k-watrr,
ClUKf Ojry of tbo Ulu Trrbj ol Indians
(I c J last wock,
The rai l now b.iing made en the Stito ol
Ind ana, by pt lititKl spouters, is a-t destruc-
llvo to yellow legged tbiiknm as. was Shcr-
mau's march tc the Km.
What Killer County Wants.
Water commuoiciilion to Jtfforinn City.
Gravel roada from Tucuinhla to Jf.
City, California, Versaillet, Lino Crtik,
Waynatvi le, Vienna and Linn.
Cotton, Wooleu, furnturj end smoltlng
factories and furnaces.
An Increase, of farmers, lawyerd, djctors,
mechanics and merchantr.
Jcflerson City, Bo.
8pocial to tbe Timne.
Jektibsj; CiTr, Aug. 25. The Tribune,
of this city, to d-ty contaioed a call, signed
by more than 300 citizens of tb't county, ol
all kinds of politic., atking Oun. II Clay
King 10 bee m a candidate lor represen
tative. Genera! Eing responds by saying
that if the Djiiwcrata will nominate l.iiu be
will accept) but ha InliuiulQi that hn will not
be willing to make Ntiy active cuuvuss lor
the position. He will be noiulnaLd.
Colo County Fair.
The loading cit'xens of Cola ceonty are
moving con j iliuly with the Fair Association
to rmk 1 thir Pair this fail tba most nt.
Wurihy and Interesliug of any lu central Mil
sourl. Jutf .rron Ci'.y is pecuUrly and geo.
graphically located lor nt rnly a County
r'air but for a dialrict fulr. Tuuir grour.c;
are better adopted br such pvr-oses llmo n
point west of L )ul. Tuo li itMt Heck ia
the tJ'.hto vn-it ihe CVlj Co. Fair. Miller
county termers are now pro.unli 2 come ol
as flue hnr't-s. cattle, bogj and ihoup as are
in the S ate; ther 18 no reason why our
county thoul l not bear til' lornu of tbe priti
o'ple pretnlumt next rjeplcmber as la hold
back and let oihr c,uotioi baye the boom.
N..W Iriendttake your.slock to Jeff, Cty
22, 2J a'ld 24 t 8 )''-ml.i-r.
The Tcuiterance Work
In St. Louis on the '.'lnh ult; gives tome
sii,i," stive tlures, A meeting wtg held at
Sanitarium Grove, 2017 C'afS av., conducted
by Dr. WUnny, li w.ia an espcnetire.-mi o!
inn, Dr. Cauip gavo bit unerierce with
Tbe ar.nusl rrpoit tf the Sunitat turn for
the year rnding Aumt 15 show thai tb
whole number admi'ted wai 371, ot wbi. b
the males were 'il'i and tie teinnlea 61.
They ware troutod a followt: Aicohoiimi,
IS-'; opium habit, 02; chloral habit, 2U;
tiroml-m, 1(1; other nervous daeast-s,. 70; gen
eral disoanui, IS.
The occupations of pstisnts ware as fol.
low.: Livery atahles, 6; mercbantt 6.1;
saloon-keipers, 10; lU'i".btntc, 10; e.lerkt, 61;
larraers, 23; editor and reporter, 1 1; lawyeta,
yi; capltalitti, 21; pt liticiam, 10; brewen.
8; msnufftckur-ers. I!; scbo 1 teachers, li;
bankers, 4; phyticiant, 21; elargjmen, 6;
trsveling aaleimen, 21, ladies, il; tota', 371.
All the female, patients were admitted lor
the opium habit.
Mir Stacriua 'ifc tcitw.a. mmi
trf iur. li.f. Iltiti.' IUul,4i.t
aiul.:H MSI trf a tppiii.ia.
li.iiiKia matin to.,
aaata taMh . ?. (,
.... W taaU, ata.
District Tatx at Tipton.
The Directors ot.tbe.Fair at Tipton d serve
much credit lor their exertions In arranging
for a number one Fair at their town. Tiplon
is located in tbe ccntrr of a rich and rrofper-
out agtiruliural region ar.d the farmers are
Ittiiy up to ttin limts In procuring the tit out
ttcck tind product. Miller county people
should patron' Tipton,
till dress t.t plain, his bnnds are rough.
Ilia manners uncouth, unrefined,
fin ipeuki, but pha ! 'lit silly atuS
Tbal cotnet from hit untutoied mind.
IIo hit no time to read hit books
No lime h a talents to Improve;
And tin nee lie should not go with folks
Hint In the higher circlet move.
Puch is the verdict of the proud
A verdict tlt-emeil qulie apropos
By ttmto whoa loituue hatli endowed
"With ample rm-ats to niiikc a show.
But Is it jiH.T What think thoii?
Can nothing good for him bu said!
Aye, to to sure; all rnurt allow
lis tuch s ho Ibat makes our broad.
Iie'cannot boart of golden stores
Ut vt po'seiftons here on oaitb.
Yet he it hleit with what seuuroa
Ltla'a highest gom!. true, solid worth.
Antl though a plain, bard working to a a
A member of a buy throng,
IIo toils and sweat.- does nil Le can
To help bis lellow nin along.
Mis simp'o wantt sre well supplied,
(As well at hast as yours end mine,)
And ber.ee lor hieher gitta dutiiud
ilo deems it lolly to repine. .
Such is the man whom (ops psss by,
Whom liiola denounce as lowly born;
Tba man wbose toiU our wants ruppiy
Arid e'en our drawingroom adorn.
G. W. AesiiS.
TWe" are In receipt of Premium Lists and
other pi lnted Intiinnaiiou Irom the KuiiHlia
The Fsposilion Will open on Tuetday,
Sept. 'Itb, it!i a (irsnd Celebration, which
will be one ct llin mutt interesting events in
the history of Aliitourl, The Epnt'on
Association t leaiol R.cheri' Park, the
niopt altrtctive place of the kir.d vest of St.
Loui, sill lergo and cotliy building- bave
been erected fur tho purpose ol Ihe imposi
tion. Tho KPiietal character ol thc-o huiid.
legs can be ju-'gi-d by t xmiining the beauti
ful liihOKrapDio viewathitare being circulat
ed, yet tiiur.y of liiu buildings are not
repreiented 'in tbe views.
Tlio Premiums cPered rniount t $S, 5)0.00,
and are liherully arranged among the dillcrelit
clst-se-i, Tuose wishing Pieiniuni Li its, or
rAber information, should addres tho Secreta
ry, J. II. lUmwEi.t, ISodalia, Mo.
S rayed or stolen from the nnderilgncdjon
the tiighlof the loth Imtarit or.a dai k brown
mare about 1 1 lunds high, 13 year;old, both
hind feet nhitr, bare fooled nil round. Ar.y
int. rmatlt'it in regard to inidsnltnul will ba
thankfully received by Ei.i.aIi lit IUv.vn.-t,
nl Saline township, four iiuJes.oatl ot Mouiil
Plouaut, Millor county, Mo.
ADMl.Sld I UAfOl'.y MJ 11CE. '.
Nolijo l berehy given that It t hi ot ad
miiiialralion on the estate ot E-iim H. D ioley,
d -o -escd, were granted to Hie unders'ui.ed by
the Probate Court ol Miller rn inly, Missouri,
bearing dnte Auguit 11, l-)-0, all per oua
having cliiims NQainst said (-.taie are n q jlred
to exhibit them tor allowance within one
year Irom the date ol snid letters or they tray
to precluded from any benitl; nf laid estate
and if tilth claims bo not eshihili-d within
two years from the ilite of tnld loiters they
will be forever barred.
Jamei S. Doony, A ltnr.
AGAIN IN OPERATION
LOUIS L1CS It M, 1'roprtetor.
Undkr tho skillful mtnsgament of
Mestrs Cvksy and Kavrs, Iheabove Mills
bave bten put under the moat thorough re
pair trnd are opened again to the public;
rtflttod Ibrougbotil and ready for work, I
can atsuro the publlo generally that they
will do the best woik, n.akc the largett turn
out and In tbe shortest time of any iU;ls In
GRINDING DAYS ARB
Flops and Mcal sxclunged for grain at
all iluitrs. C'omu and give us a triu'.
Louia Lksru Proprietor.
Fo'.lce is hereby given that letters of ad-
miiiUtration on the es.ate of Allred L Bills
deoensed were granted to tne utwdnrt'gned by
tie Probate Court of Miller county, Mo.,
Bearing aate August li b, all permns
having claimt agitieit said estate are n quirod
10 rxoiDit tiiein for allowance within one
yoar Irom the data of said letters cr they may
be precluded Irom any bonafc of laid; eitate
and if such claims bo not 'exhibited wilbin
two veal's Irom tbe dale of sUd lulters tbey
will be furever barre).
;.l( tlil S. AoCOfK, Adm'r.
HOt X.CIark tt.,thUvgo,HI.
n. ihusijiw, t.li,f a r -.p-rlr.
vulf MKkl.AI. AMI tlll.'IIUl aiMAhl1 l
. ,i !-i,,it, liwui. ruitmT.
haK.oia nraiLiiV, e-w w-jm! Li.viir
t.'.-. N..lvidirff IMI-.I1IM-V. Pltll.M
' laeh.ll'hH. (an b pi,r.lvrl, iil tni'
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tCGI LT EDO EN
13 A THOIiOLTG H RBM'DT
In tvery cse ol ftlaUrial Ftvnror Fever and
Ague, while for disorders of tbe ti:omach.
Torpidity of the Liver, litdigettion and dts
tiirliancus ol tho atilmal force, whicn dnhili
tu'o. it hat no q ilvelont, and can have no
aubstitute, II should not be confounded with
triturated compounds of cheap snirils aud
e-tontlal oilt, o'.ten sold under tbe name of
FOR 8 A LE BY
Drttggiats, Grocer and Wins Merchants .
TO XJIi: ArFLXCTKl).
To those sfficled with Chronic Soro Ecsl
efft-r n remedy thel will CUKK them perma
nfntly. i will ouarantkb a ct'iue in every
cneo of Grnnul tlel lullaibatiou of Chronie
Write end jrive me a description of your
caie. Bud I ow long stanaing. I bave ccrli
flcalct from menv t'mt I have cured.
G I VK MIC A TRIAL.
Send or come to me without hesitation, and
tell jotr friends to come whether you bave
the money cr not. I 111 cute von.
Mr. I LtfASANT, Mo.
F.ir references artdress ettner Gecrge
J ihr ttoti, Sam'. Johnston or Frank Hkonks
Mt. Piuusunt, Mo. n.20aw.
TERM;J OF COURT:
CIRCUIT COURT: M wis Second Monday in
F. brutry and Second Monday la September;
E. L. FnwAitus, Judge.
COUNTY CliUItT: Meets First Monday In
Fubruarv, May, August and November;
W. R. VVrioiit, preaiding J iitiee; Jolt
S. Jobs, lit di.-tricr, Uiuau Ukkd, ind
dietrict, as oclate jusl'Cos.
PROBATK COURT; M ets Second Mon.
day in K.-bruarv, M.y. Augutt and Nov-
ember, Ji. II. Tunn Judge.
By virtue and au'.liniiv of a genaral ex ecu
lion blued from the office ol tho Clerk of tho
tJtrcult CouH of Miller county, Minouri,
dated July 15, 18Hd, to me directed and de
livered, In lavor of T. J. Ilent-lev, admr. of
Abal ,f arrelt. deu'd. and aa-jinit J, W. Tall
man, N. B. Wood, Richard B ice and Wm.
Tallinan; 1 have aclxid and levied upon all
the 1 l,i -1, tiile, rlnim and Intereil of the said
N. B. Wood, or, in and to the following lands
In Miller county, Mo, to wil: 20 acres south
half snuthwtFt q tarter tnmbwest quarter
See. 77, Twy. 3!) R g. H SO acre a vest half
nortnwest q larter S to. 2, Two. 30 R ig Id.
SO acrrt ea.t half nortlieatt See. 2D. Tp HO,
R c 13. 41 arret roulheect nort'ioast Hoc 3:t,
Twp. tilt, Ung Id, 80 acres west half nortli
west Sec. 84. Twp. SO, Rng. 13. And I will
Tuesday, September 1), 8S0.
betwrcn the hours of nine o'clock lit the fore
noon and five oV'oik in the ntternoon of that
day, expose said ret I eitate to public sale, or
10 much thereof ar will be sufficient to latlsty
said execution and eoil, to tne highe.t bid
tier for each in band, at tbe Coutt bouie door
in the tow.) of Tu.eumbla, Miller county,
Mi'tourl, while the Circuit Coutt ol said
county is in lotion.
P. 8. Miilhh, SbcrlfT.
By virtue and authority ol special execu
tion, itsueil fnitn the ollbe t f tbe Clerk of
Circiull Cturt of Mi 1 r C tuniy, M'nurl,
relurn ible at the September term, 1SS0, o(
taid Coutt, antl to me directed, at the rela
tion and to the uteol P. H. Miller, collector
of revenue ant avaint Joseph Ndtutck, dated
July 17th lt-HO, I have levied upoo and seized
a 1 the r'gtit, litte, interest and claim of the
ta d J eph Nutivck, of, in and to t'" follow,
ing desiri'oed real estate, to wit. 20) acres
nortb bait uou:b wosl and couth lialf norln
weat and north oiat of noilhj Wart ( urt-T
tHctlon lotirteen, township lony one. rnngn
ihiitoen. All lying and being in the said
County, ami State of Missouri; end I w.ll, -n
Tuorduy, September 11, lrtiO,
betwien tbe hours of nina oVJ jc k in the
torenoon. and fivo o'clock In the afternoon
of that tlav, at the Court Uouie door, in tho
town of TuscumbU, Cuity of Miller atore
said sell tbe same, or ao mucU thereof at may
be r-qulrnd, at pnhli j vacduo.'to the highrt'.
bidder, for cajh in hand, (-ubjict to all prior
liens and Judyuienls,) to satis'y said execu
tion und costs,
P. 8. MlLLKR.
Sheriff of Mnlei.Uo., M
Feed an Sale
II iioes boarded by the daj or week, on
GoctI Focdlojf and Good Care of stock tt
It. K'RKPATKICK. Proprietor.
NO F ICjTFoTrp lib LIO Al loNt" "
U. S. Ia Ovrtca. toiisviLti!, Mo.,
Aug. Uie Uth, lKhO
Notice is hereby given that tbe lollowing
named settler bas filed noticaol hU Intention
to niuke llial p ool In supptrtef his claim
and secure dual entry thereof, and tlat said
proof will be made before the Clork of the
County Courl 01 M Her county, at bis olllca
in Tutcuuibia, M,o., the couuiy aat ol said
connty, ou Ma urdty tbe 25ih ol B -ptember.
JHtMt, yi: Jmeih T. lf-n'ley, bometead
eairy No. Ul 51, lur the N W qr. of M E qr
aid lot 1 01 N K qr see, 2, tp 11 rn 13, and
be nam 1 the following wlttietset to prove
his ct litmuouf rt stUeiiie upon, and cultiva
tion of. said tracts, y a: Ku aty W. btone,
John W. P. Jarrttt, Kvau L. Bhuitanti
Tbomti li, Fanchar.,
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