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TJjunday Octobpr 14,1850
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not paid until th expiration of the year $1 20
Office: On first, floor of MasodIo and
Odd Fellows building.
Democrat Rational Ticket,
CSN. WINFIELD S. tfANCOCI,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
WM. B. ENGLISH,
At largo II. N. Phillips, Jas. L. D. Morri
on. Klrtt District Jimcs O. Broadhoad, of St.
Second Ed. P. Mct'arty, Of Si. IH1H.
Third Wru P. Bounty, ot Sr. Louis.
Fourth Marshall Arnold, ol tiooll county.
Filth J )i. K. Orean, ol Dent.
Siztb Frank U. No-bitt, of S'. Calr.
S-.venlb XenophuD Kyland, of Lutayettc.
Eighth James G.bson of Jack on.
Wintb Charles V. Buohcr. of Andrew.
Tenth E. M. lUrbcr, of Grundy.
Kierentb N. D. Thurmond, of Callaway.
Twolltb John K. Williams, of Mecou.
lairteeiita Champ Otark, ol Pike.
T. T. CRITTENDEN, or Jchnion.
KOBT. A.CAKrB2LL, st,iou,s.
Jcthjs o Sufrbmb Cotjrt:
PQBSRT 1). RAY, of Carroll
PHIL. E. CHAmLI , rf Cole,
HICHAEL K. McGRATH, St. Louis.
Statb Audit 'b:
JOHN.WALKER, ol Howard.
DAN'L B. McINlYER, Audrain.
Kboij-ti k or Lands:
ROBERT JBuCOLLOCQ, bf Cooper.
GEORGE C. PRATT, of Buoae,
;john v. philips,
ol Pttii County,
FOB JUDOS Ot FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
E. L, KD WARDS,
Wa ar authorized to announce Hon. Jamas
A. Spurlock ol Morgan county, Mo., at a can
didal for Judge ol the 1st judicial circuit of
Mo. at tbe November election 1830.
We aro author ii id la announce U.
Bradlyford at a candidate for Sberifl and
Collector of .Miller county, t the JJoveoibi-r
We ar authorized to announce II. R.
KeUay at a candidate lor Justice ol.llie Peace
in and; (or Equality township filler county,
lo. at the November election
We are authorized to announce J. II. Ad
cock at b candidate for Uonetable of Equality
township at the November election, 1830.
We ar authorized to announce Harrison
H. Jenkins. Km . aa a candidate lor. Count
Oouit Jjsiico lor the Second Isutrlct of Mil
lar county, ilo.
We are authorized to announce Jamas M.
ptepp aa a candidate lor Constable to Equali
ty township M.ller county, Mo. at the
INoveuibor election 1H80.
E. O. 8wlem la a Candidate lor Prosecut-
lug Attorney id and lor Mil!or count sub
ject to the decision ol the sovereigns thereol
on toe ;aa uay oi ftovcoiuur 1J-5J.
KJitorBASNfit: Dearire: There was a
convpeatiuo held under the Buspicas ol W.T,
Fran kilo In tbe Interest of his first love;
wealth and be succeeded la mak-
log a quasi republican ticket lor or In Miller
county. There Were "seventeen Bpartaoa in
tbe field, like 308 at Cbknuo, who stuck to
men ot principle; who then itojd sod bow
stand for itopublioaai and not for tte mout
who two years ago dlstrujed the lile of my
departed friend T. A. Fultoin by a cruel,
bard, and untrue denounooieot, tbat con-
aiiroed biRi to tlia Brave, "a TauiAWM
At;UOD BVKB Ltr L1VB," 1 will dot uuder
any circuinaUnct-a yield U this clan of nienj
but will oaallep(4.tae,ooaant of Ueieople
ol Miller county to lebuke tbe presuuipliou
. these sycopbauts,
Bopablicaa County Coaveutloa.
Tna aonvent'on was composed ol 41 dclo
Knte, as follow?: Saline 10; Frankllq 3;
Uluee 8; K. wood t; Osire .; J. uery
Kfjuallty Q: CapU W. T. Franklin called the
contention 10 ordnr. ' Jj1k Bear nominated
J. M. JIawkins for cbairnian, onanimously
cho-HO who on Uklng the chair, taldi Oonlle
mef; I Co not know that I am able to Brt as
ehalrman, but will do the best I can; I h?
fought for tbe Rupulitieftn psrty, anpecially In
Miller county. The one thing needlul la the
B ipub lcan parly if barnionyi If all will lay
a 4d 8 personal prejudice the pai ty can be
succeetiul. G D(lt-moi; I aw uo purli uiou
turl.u but will do the best 1 esq; II I orr it
will be ol thn.hoad and not of the heart.
Dr. H. II. Bnckruao was Chosen Sec. and
A. U. KS Akt. bee.
Ei. eihf Brock mno and E.q. Umttead Bp
p ilnled Scrfjt. at ermr.
Mr. C B. Pliillipaliauvel for a coramittte
on ctedcntils and one on order of businets;
Tne cbalr appointed on credential; M,
Catron. T J. Merchant. U. It. Austin, John
Boar, J. K. McDonald. W. U. Payne, and M.
C,jmmitteo on ordor of business W. T.
Franklin, K. Boyc, li. B. Oarner, CI B.
Claik, II. B. Mitwin, Jis. Prutk. O. S
The committee on credentials report tbe
dslcgates appearing from tbe several tovu-
ships and entitled to seal.
baline 10, Franklin 3, G;?3 8, Rich woods
9, Osuko 3. Jim Ilenry 2, 1 quality 6.
'J be com in U toe on order ollii inets report,
tbe conventioH proceed to nominate Io tbe
lit For Sherlfi and Collector,
3nd " Prosecuting Attorney
3 " Afoouor
4 " Treasurer
6 " Saryeyor
15 " Coroner
7 " Representative
8 " Dmtrict Jude.
Motion to adopt the report; Mr. Wait moved
to rcjift tbe report and bave Rjpreseiitatiye
first. Mr. Phillipi txpluinnd the object was
to barmonizo the Iriends of If binson aud
Swalero on the cfQce oi Pros. Attorney, thtt
it Robinson was nominnfu.; SwalHm' friendi
expected him the place of R-iprusentative.
Wait withdrew bis mo.ijii and tbe ropo.ts
Mr. Lirton, Mayers and;tfowoll wete nom-
Inaitd tar Shff. unl Collector.
C. P Myers received 20. votes
Wm. ll.iwtll 15 '
J. O. Ljrton 6 "
Mayeis 19, lljwal 13 and Lurtoa. 6,
Meyers 23, Hovel 16, Luitm 1. C. V.
Meyers declared oominatod.
For Prosocutuin Atturnty. T. B. Uibinian
received 25; K. O. Swalom 15, The nomina
tion of Robinson was mado unaiiiuiou. Be
fore the lis 1 it ws taken Judrje Jiq. B r
made quite a speech of eulony o i Mr. Bwalem,
but the convention was solid i)d iuimovablo
in their verdict.
For Aa.'ossor lst'B t'lot
W. M. Harrison recoied 17 votes J
Z. Spesrawu ' 14 "
J. Piock 4
Gao. .S anion " 5 "
J.il Billot LIirrisoQ 19; Seamo 10,
8rd Billot, Harrlsoa 21; SpearmBn 14; Prock
2. Harrison was midj uaaniinoiiJiy tbe
For O -unty Troasuror.
J. II tTui received 25 vo'.as
I M. Goodrich " 9 "
I. T. Johnson 0 "
Jude Todd was doo'areduntnim juily ths
To County Surveyor; H. 8. Bmllngamp
rrcjived 20 yotcs and Rudolptius G odricb 14
Mr. BurlingBiue was declared onaniinauily
For Coronor Dr. S. T. Hickman recoivdd
25 vjtc; and Dr. II.; U. Brockmsq 13. Dr.
Hii kuan was declared unanimou!.
Mr. E. C. 8s!eni received 13
M. U. B.I. he
D. U. Austia
Shalom 19. Mr,
Austin made unanimously tbe nominee.
F r District JjJu Ut Diet,
B. F. Uoiton received 7
Dr. Btevi-tu "7
J. B. Crocker S
2 id Billot Cjtton 8,3:ovons 6; Crock r 5
3rd Bil.ol C jltoii 8; Stevtus U; Crockar 6
4tl Ballot Cotton 13, Suvjoj 6.
Cotton declared the nominee.
For the Second I Urtricl
A. B;ar 17. C. D. MiFlirt 3, Edwards 1.
O. dared that Iu.cabo b vacancy occur tbe
Executive committee fi:l tbe same-
Judge Bear moved the proceedings be pub
lished in tbe Ovaus Vallbi Basbbb; an
ameudmuut offered to inoluda tbe Vindicator
accepted and adopted.
A. C. Windy ICi-ys moves to reoonsider the
vote and not publinh in tbe Binnsb, Ayes 11
Nays 20. Lott. W. U. Payne moved to pub
lltb la tliu Viudicttor, Judjre Bear amends to
Include O. V. Bimikb. Mr. Kic.hi.r4 III
(frtru tbe eilderoest) Boyce, otJ:ctstq Judge
Bears amendment,; says bo Is as black as tbe
ace of spades and don't want these proceed
ings In the Baknsb. Mr. Wait object, Mr,
Phillips levors J u 3 lie Boar' amendment
In as much as tbe Baxneb has at all limes
given full reports of all public meetings ol
all Parties, Mr, Alklo favors the Banns a for
eseyagarwHiiewi nm uses wi i .wiea Sjji '
the reason It I more ReneraMy d tbroinh.
out the eountji the Vindicator has but a vory
small cirrultttlon James Piock thought all
had better gi and snbscrlbe for the Vindica
tor. The amendment lost and Mr. Pains motion
Tbo soveral nominees were called up an 1
pledged (o support Oarflald and Arthur,
We must say witb all omdor that the con
vontlon was ' Ono of brmonlom and Rood
Icelihfr throu;bdut, tbnt Mr. J. M. nwkins,
although yotinjt and never presided oyer a
convention before, Bcqulttod blmielf with
much honor and ability ot bis maiden effort
as B pp.-llainonlnnan. II ru ngt wore ol
the strictest ImparlUUty.
Tha ticket U composed of the bist men In
the Ifepubiican partypl! ot the conscrv itlve
element. Cap'. T. B. Ribinson lijr Tio"
Attormy Bnd.Juclge J..H. Todd for County
Troaiurer; are well dnrviui the plos, for
which they are nomlnated;',acttng upon the
principles of democracy and freedom, w
havi n hesitancy in pledKinn'.la.lheni our
boarly support and..W bavs no doubt of
Mr. V. H. Austin for Rt prcsentsi ;r, Mr
Chas. . Meyers lor Sliff snd collector; Mr.
W. Marion Uarriano, for siicor; II. r3.
Burlingame for ccuntf sirvyor; B. F. Cot
ton 14 Dlst. and Atni Bear 2nd Ui-t.
justice Co. court r all men ol the flrM
water and. wiil, if elected, mnko tbo beat ol
ollioers. ' .
REPUBLICAN CQJLTNT V TICKET.
Tor Representative, ! Austin.
Hnerifl and Co.l tor, t'baa. II Myrs.
Pi (Jieculing Attorney, T. r5. Rminson.
Trraturer, ; Juiige J. U. Todd.
AMeao", W. M. Uarrikuu.
Count C 'Urt Judges
Kirnt district, B. F. Ctloti.
;Cond dUiriot, A-a',llU Bear.
Surveyor, II. H HurlliifHiue.
Coroner, l)r. S, P. Uickiiiu.
At the TooliipkMiass mooting of tbe Re
publicans laa iuurta); we anonar j a
looker ou iu Venice, two element appeared ;
one wholly umutpectlng ol being bull-doZ :J;
the other cut and driwd lor the occna on, to
k ilp Todd and Kobi;n in the c nvuiti'iii
to meet the next iiiiv tr noay ) i ne i-nir-nian
was solcctc-d, iio was tu appoint lhrt-
uhosen ones aa a cumiuttleu to re port aiz
chosen ones as dclt jji'.e to tbe county eon-
vention, one was Stiiicte.i to umae motions
and ulLt rs to M'conc; ail ol wnicli ana run
through tne political mill in r-gulr order.
A strantrer not knowing tne pnxi no pre-
rnt troubles ot the party, m ght not suppose
there was any tiling rotton lu Di'iiinark; Ujt
o tlioad pre tit. lu mere lamiilar witu tne
outs and li.niiitf., It was Miiuileal there was
omethiiJif di-a I In tbe niea!) tnrre were b-
jiuttons made to tbe prucie ling', bat (
iatu to ava.i aoy itiini-. flnmi .uii uienv ou-
itie iiupromtu, ! It the unnaluml birth ol tne
six l"l Kited so'ons to tbe (Ounty tuube-
drom uncovered, the fimc-n became groat
il l bad t) vacate 10') pei'pl'js court lluu, to
uu Iren a -id pureair. Tjo six clear children
aitbful tu the work, wan sk loing knile ano
uiinan..w k, h morpvd tb-rt lor tho i lp in
Todd aud Robinson appeared in tbe Iron!
ranks ot thai august aaeuiblnge on Friday,
to meditate over t .0 Wcml or won of tin-
reiit Hi-putd:caa prty of Miller. Bui ala I
poor Utdaui' B, the nalmei'es, Uic hwoocleiu.,
Fniiklm t s tn) J Henryilia in not id uoluinii.
epringir.g Ir'iu) the loins ol tbeir ancient ami
noble IriU'ie. al-o anpenrmi in tie arn.ia and
ou the batll tiolil with their lutt riii(; rains,
pikes, j tvi Inn equal to JoiLu host bulort
Jt-r.Co. Tjm nspireing targets wore h listed,
the )rg roll ot forty ere oil'id, the tint in
il.'iiii.lnu jvclips ot loenty Dye tiled and
liitbiul '.to' uforusaid, punc.ured the ii.fltu d
thin uovoring oi ttiu illegitimate otl-piing
of bJ l-cli progeny, begot-iu in a haruua oi
niutbruumisiii. i ne gb, moaiit und gromis,
jjst alter tbe batile, were never heater in
ibe swamps aud quagmires oi a J ailauassa
On lest Siturda.v accordlr.f; to preylou-
notice given, a goodly number ol the solid
oil dinners esseii.bled at the Court hnuai ;
as representative nu n of the Greenback pirly
ol iililer oouiity, Judge M. Neyi Is lock tbe
cbalr and called the meeting to order.
Judge R ei-, candiiiaie for C.rgief.-t was
culled to addreta the meeting, in substance
rpoke bs follows: Ue denied that bu bad at
any time or by speech Ibut be bid lelt the
li ipublicao pcity on account of its corrup
tions and !r,iu 1s upon the people, that lie
had been a Republican and atill end irsus tbe
bloody shirt, tbe cointitutlonal uwendniftt
aud tbo reconstruction. Ue fuituer stateo
that tbe war is ended, snd 19 years of parti
san strife bad pasied mti hutory, a 1 set-ed
by Ujnrjtesiional leginlMii, a:;i thus should
remain forever. That the vital hsuo ot to
day, was (be financial qipti iu, the protection
oi tbe masses of (he people agant power and
monopolies, the labor!: a . and nroducinir
olatssis g iinst the niouiT rings arid bond
holders, tie eudorsecl thi principles of tbe
G. B. L. partv. Al mlcd to acts ol C-Migresg
Ot 1601, lSti2. leC'J, 174 and 1375 tha'
all tbcio acts in roluliou to our bonds a id
money were directly in the interest of the
rxin men ot the nation unit against tbe labor
tug and (iroducliig classes. Without ubusive-
epithet, lie tcargeq that this legislation was
the J )lnt act o iwtn tbe old pariiH-. 1J8 de
ntiuneed ttie resumption act of 1375, and de
nied that in tllVct we bad any resumption.
1 hat resumption means coin sball be the
only legal lender, tbat U0 purpose Is to make
goia aim silver money superior to all paper
mone) ; thereby afforuiiig gold gamblers an
oi p in unity to sneculate ou tbe oeoules mon
ey. Uu urged tbe prouipt payment of the
oonaeu luaeDttHiuess ol tne uov, according
to contract, luxtoad Of refunding Into lung
ilnte Interest bearing- bonds, and to tbis end
he urged tbe unlimited coinage ol both silver
Wueo Judge H ce coin lided bis speech,
the chairman announced tbat Ibey, as a party,
had agreed to support II ,n a T. Harrison
or Rjpreaentalive, 11 n. T. M- Riee lor Con
gress ana judge li. K. fj ,tton the Hiuubliein
noiuinee for County court Justice ot the 1-t
district. Mr. llarrisoo came forward and
fornially acceptwi and gave uotice be would
Canvass tne county In conJ'intnin with other
ani.dites to diacuo the istuea of lb limes.
ibe meeting lU.-n a JiurmU.
Thj mother's Lament.
G. W. Akaaa
"My daillng is gone," a lond mctbir said.
I whU lor her coming, but hear not the tread
O! hr footsteps Sj 1'ght on the carpelied floor,
And sha'U oeyec, no navor com back auf
la the mo nofher lile the droacl summons
And she's gonr, gone forever, and I am to
She might buyo boon with m) a bbssing to
Had I taught her tba Irfiort TO Iibab a. Ml
For duty neglecfed what excuse can I bring?
I lnvd her, tmliilg-d h r. Pi ev-crv blng,
For bow Can a mower Inrliilgcni-e di'in ?
I'hCre was ever a smile in lier boniiM bluoeyo.
And her Voice like imHe Was leasantto hiar
As the fori; of the birds in lb spring ol tbe
But then sho was wilful Wj"id have her
And conidored It silly to hsab andoi by.
Tubs a cold (turn;y ivcming, I taw the fluka
And ti Id her she'd better not goto Uo bll,
'Oi! bust I dealest mother, sid she ftllh a
Don't joii know lint tlnnk-g vmg only
comes once n y a J
l i ipite cl tbo weather tbe wind and the
In spite ol remonstrance 1 m Rung ti RO,'
Then with a light loour.ep hound- d awy
N it deeming it prudent to ukab akh citar.
S ie returned In the mooiing, wont stralg lit
to her lied
And complained all the day with a pain in
"Til a cold, said the Doctor, wolwalcbtd ber
Aud hoped lhat the sjmtoml wi.u'.d o.in
But watching, snd hoping, yea, praying
Consumption tot Ir, and yea know what 1
Shft died as hundreds ar dvirg to ( iy
Bccaune they would n--r Bind V;icci cb y."
Hon. X ..sorii ix l'.YLAaD. id Lexington,
C'ttididit's for iil.ctor in I ds di.-ul.t on tbe
D.mocrat'c ticket mado a fpeech in thi,
county, lat S.itnrday at the Court-houne.
There ws not a very large aulicnco, lilt all
Wore altentive. We shall licit alininpt ti out
line Mr. Ryland's addresr. It was roe ot the
m it brilliant a.ldrnfec we bave ever beard.
Of Ui bio and commaudir.g perronal appear
alien, graceful in giMure, in tvury lone and
exprnsxioli be revealed tbu orator and the
psiriot. For two h ur ha held the audience
sp 11 bound, and won admiration from e7ery
bearer. Such an address is sold.uu beard und
when buiJ is not soon forgotten.
Well, Father Brown, how did ynu 1 Ve
the crrnon V cwtrrdnj ?" hsKed a , vimimj:
prenchi-r. 'Yoa see, par-O'," waa tie re
i ly '! haven't a (m chanea at them eimnn
ol yours. I'm an old mm now and lu e to
et. prtty will back lv the s' vn and tticiri''
oil Mis Sinnbif, Wilder T U 'n Rylan's
dtler'n Nubby Kirt n' nil tha rest le ting iu
front of m w t i their mouths wido onn
I pwalleriu' down all 'lie In l of fin m rrnonn
wra; gets cluwi to m-t Isputty.poor siufT,
par. on, putty p.or ttutf.''
"G od miming, Mr. Browt you're first
at lt; you ui'd to b behind before, but I
not ce j on bave h en eirly of lati ,"
fcl)'l'l' Nollcio T those sf.l'ct-
ed wild sore eves of every in tur. i no mttr
In w long standing; If one can tell rhy 1 lit
from darkn'.'ss, don't give up ai vr-luab'a
a member a-i tha eye. Whn you can " ', I'ur
el by ci'inirg In Pleasant Mount, Mil i-t coun
ty, Mo. ar.d bayo them cured on in lun-ft
ternvs, satisfaction guaranteed in ev-ry eae,
making appliosilon to u-; if any one ban
friends to matter where) they are; write to
them and S':C what wonders w- are cC-clinc
in every case e trea'; mir medicine (lti.ds a
higher recommendation than any medicine
lor tbe eyes in this Male; we are ready at all
times to prow i clear of humbujjery, if you
can't come to u, don't fall tu write and let
us know where you nrn.
Drs. Pamiv & Vamhoosir.
I'iesjmit M iuii', Miller coui ty, Mo.
The undnrs'snel wifhas 'to emolov a
school teacher U "c'i iu Un-t. , T 41. It 12,
ho cai tis"h K'gliih and;( irmau ;a lbs
taw directs. W. K. Lubton, I) st. oierk.
It- Pluiiaat Sisi ant) Boot Caafllaj.
James -I. Red will ball sole rimes and
hoois lor CO cents per pair till 1 -tt March,
Spring GarrJea Ecaliarj, Elller C , Ei
I'lin Annual rii'ioii ol Ine Spring i tidro
8 h'vil will commence ou or about Hepl. 6 h,
180, and conliiiu- ten in il(i K.ir p'rlitu
lara address hi'TTOM A Moi.Zrt, Locust
Mound, Miller counly. Mo.
n24 3 o
A Oood Watch fcr $5
For Fivb IoLLabi we wilt send bv mail
postsge prepaid and reUtered, to any ad
drerS, a lull-sltl tikrutanrue and rzcellnnt
watoh, a stem winder of Amerlcio manufac
ture, warranted to give satiataotion as to wear,
appearance aou ume. cm a money In a reg
istered letter, or by postal order, Re'erenc
to the publisher of tbis paper, wita whom
we do bmine-s. W.-ire your nam and the
name of your foit Offl-ie plainlv and addreas
MKUUUAST3 A OVtttTISING AGENCY,
bi Hrodiy, Ntw York.
PLEASAST KOUST SCHOOL
Th Pleasant Mt. school ODened Mm-
nay under the charge of W. II. Kemper.
I ins is uie only graded publio erhuol in
Miller county. Students enticipatlng going
to school this fall and winter wi, do well
to const ler Ibis school, 1 no publio school
contlnu! four months. The tuitioj wiil be
$1 60 per montb. Th suljeo's tauht are
those taught in t'ie publio schools of the
eounrjr witn lb sdilliloa ol higher branchei
Uood biard is cheap. Wben tb I'ubl o
scno.ii closes 1 will begin a select school
wbicb wiil continue five months, ibis giving
a nine months term oi school, For any
luiuruiauun regarding ine SOOool adilrajs.
tr li L ... ... ..
. n. nssrss. r:eis' t tat, Uo,
rifcasant Mt. M . August Sd.b, 1830.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
SPECIALTIES FIRS ARMS, WALL
PAPER, PICTIIKKH, FRAMKH,
PIANOS A!iD ORGANS
P.anos irom $1'0 tu '01
Orsan Irom f 10 U lftM)
Writ lor CatnloRiia and t)ii'wUnts.
. H.IKr.T MUolU.
Everything mentioned m.my "Special Cat.
alogua" (which will b nt Irs on aprdict.
Hon,) may be obtained from mr, on the fol
lowing tsrmit :
1 00 Cash wl:l. buy. .f 2.0() worth ol Music,
$i 00 Cash Will, buy. ,.-t').iA. worth ol Mulic.
fl OO Cath will buy....$lfit)0 worth ol Music
New Mulc of any pubiitber, I will fur.
niah at io pet cent, eff rnhlii'ii-r a n rices.
provided tlia ordr amounis to $1 00.
Suhscrtb for Momnio's Mu-ical Jot B-
si -1, th nesl ana cneaprai moiuniy pubiisu
ed, only 60 cents pr. year.
Jefferson Citv, Mo.
fftitice to Eoldcri of Internal Improvement
The undersigned Treasurer oi Miller eotm-
If, Mo. riareby notllles st 1 1 persons holding
Register.! Warrants on the internal improve
ment fund Of mid Coumy thai money rise
broil set apart for th payment of snld war
rants and that tba.interesl on same cases
Irom and after the se'.lu g apart or emit
m "liev lor tb pavment of said warrants.
Also warrants Nj. 14 n I 10 on Coutangant
fund in "ley hat b.iea set apart lor the ay
Ui'int o! tio at-ove.
Tula liih Cay Sept. 18-10.
J.MS8 II. Tl'liD,
TrPaaumr Muter. Co,, Mo.
T. B. ROBINSON, "
Attorney at Law,
TuSOJ J.tlin, Vil-nOU'1.
1 ttlce at prei llt In the Court II. uV.J
lrubate liu.ieess, 'jIIi-c:i-hi, l'srilliuniac
La-.il and Uuielitig Titles a ie;ilt.
Hire b eu C-ierk ol the Counlv and Cirrult
Courts lor 12 years, am tamillr with the
It -cords, heve the only ABSTRACT OK
I'l I I.KS in trie rmintv. Charge reannal.b.
Attorney at Law,
lOffic in the Court llou
Will'pcai.'iice hie profession lu Mi. ler sud
adj dniiix cc'untiee.
MEa.CU A bILVER,
Attorneys at Law,
JpfT-rson City. Miriotir!.
Will prao be in tie .-t r.rj.e Couit, In le
Culled Stale Circuit and Disuici t'. uris, ard
ill the Cole Circuit C urt. aid attei d n guiar
ly 'he CM-euit Colirla ol Miller. Gsk, Ubs
col le, Mrw and Callaway Cjunlies.
HAMILTON A FISHtR.
Attorneys at Law,
Jcfirrson C'tr Mr
II . BKADLKYFOKD.
Puyslc;ian and surgeon,
J. L. CONNER,
Phys c-ian ar.d Surgeon,
GEO. W. TREMA1N,
Physician and burgeon, Oeullrl snd Anrt
P. O. AcYtt r, Tun i o i l V.is. til.
J. B. McGKR,
I'nysiclan, Surgeon and Accoiichuer,
Xotary Public, C Land Agent,
Vis. S. HELMK, M. li.
Thyrivian and Huryeon.
Four utiles Weat ol Mount Pleasant,.
Respectfully tenders his professional ser
vices .to the 'people ol Miller county. Will
giv especial attention to Obstetrics and
disease of Woumi and .children.
A. P. NIX-JOR?, M D.,
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
Pleasant Farm, MUsourl.
Pnjstuien. Surgeon and AccoucbuN
St. Elizabeth, Ma.
O. W. SUELI ON,
Pbysician, Accoucbuer and O -ulist,
R it ky M uot, Missouri.
Spnclal attention giveu tJ diseases of
Women and Children.
G. M. BANDY,
Real E.UU Agent,
Pleasant Mt.. M Her County, Mo.
Will be read; at all limes to snow lands to
persons wishing to purchase lands, Corres
pondence solicited. if.
TO TEE AFFLICTED I
Drs. Iluusly uudYnnhooHer
Have mad a wonderful discovery of
medicinej that will cur all kinds ol sore eyes.
Dr. Vanhooser has been lor some tim
practlcmg in tba vicinity ol Mt. Pleasant
and Miller county, wltb tinparaUllati success
and ol late baa formed a co-partnership with
Dr. G. M. Bandy. Their office Is now at
Pleasant Mount, Miller county, Mo., any one,
who may be i ffl cied with sore eyes, should
go or writ to them, Taey.guafatfle a per
SIR AY NOl ICE.
Taken up as a stray by J. K Wel'S, of
Kquality township, Millar county, M i., and
posied belor th undersigned, justice of
th peace lor said township, oo tba 7'h day
oi October, 1880, a light bay horse mule,
rather light abiut the nose and breast, about
'H bands blgb, supposed to be 9 year old
pat, po other mark or bran is visible, ap
praised at $10 by Wm. B Bush r, Aaron
Bell, fcUmuel Hell. Appraisers awo'q.
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