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XEW STORY OF LAWTO.VS EXD. Kiasas Mennonites' Contribution Will Be Shipped in Charge of Mr. CoerU. .Newton. Kan.. April 19. Located iu Xewton Htand Itethel rollege, the ; nly Mennonite institution of the, kind in the United States. Surround- j ing the eollere, comprising the coun ties of Harvey, McPherson, Keno, Marion and ButW, in a Mennonite nettWnent, whi h is becoming famed not only at home, but abroad, for its philanthropic deed. This week the organization known ah the Menno nite Missionary Society, will ship neven cars of corn to the famine stricken residents of India. Two tars will le shipied from Newton, one from Ihirh and fourfrom Halstead. The liev. Mr. Ooertz, who is also secretary of the Umrd of directors of the college, will sail about May 4, for Russia in the interests of the college and to attend the Mennonite confer em. Thence he will go to India to personally suriervise the distribution of the corn sent from here. It is the idea, of the society to place the corn and other supplies which will probably le sent later, in a cer tain territory where a mission will le (established, in charge of an overseer. J. A. l'enner, formerly a student o thin college, but now studying medi vine in Itrooklvn, will assume this re sponsible position in the fall. Mr. l'enner has traveled extensively in India, which is a guarantee that the supplies will le distributed where they will i(t lie most good. The He v. Mr. Goertz is also a mem ber of the relief committee created by the conference of the Mennonite church, and is taking an active part in ttas work. He w ill pay $200 of the expenses of his trip from his own funds, the Mennonite churuji contrib uting the remainder, lie ex fleets to consume six months' time in making the trip. Many fieople suffer untold tortures from piles, because of the popular im pression that they can not lie cured, 'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will rure them. It has met with absolute success. Price .'Gets, in bottles, tulies Tocts. At II. L. Tucker's d rug store. White Cubans Will Rule. Washington, April 19. General danger to-day made public the results of the Cuban census, taken under his direction. The figures, in the opin ion of the war department officials fully justify the decision of the ad ministration to allow municipal suffrage in Cuba at this early stnge The native Cubons constitute a large portion of the population: the whites greatly outnumber tlw blacks; and a proportion of the native population can read and write. The total population of Cuba is 1 572,797, including fir,20.1 males aJ 7G7,"i92 females. There are 447 :J72 white males and 402,920 white females of native birth. The foreign whites number 11. ".TOO males am 2,4."8 females. There are 111,898 male negroes and 122,740 female ne groes. The mixed races number 125,- oot males and 14r,30" females. There are 44,094 mnle and lG.t female Chinese. The population of Havana city ia 23.").9Sl. Of thetotal popula tion of the island 1,108,709 persons are set down as single, 240,351 as married, while 131,787 live together by mutual consent. There are S." 112 widowed persons. Of the total population, accord inj to citizenship, 20.4.8 are Spanish, 1,290,307 are Cubans, 17."i,Sll are in suspense, 79,520 are of other citi zenship, and 010 are unknown. The Spanish by b'frth nunilier 129,240. The concluiiion is drawn that there will lie at least 140.O0O qualified nativ Cuban voters under the pro posed basis of suffrage. Those horrid tits of depression, mel ancholy, low spirits, and sudden irri- i-auiuty, mat sometimes afflicts even lood tempered people, is due to the iblood being permeated with black tvile. Hekbi.ne will purifv the blood, restore health an i cheerfulness. Price 50 writs. At II. L. Tucker s druc tore. Statement That an American Deserter Killed Him. Los Angeles, Cal., April 19. Wen dell McLaughlin, a stenographer, for merly employed by the Republican County Committee, and who went to I the Philippines a few months ago as an attache of the Naval Construction I '.urea u at Cavite, has written to friends in Los Angeles, giving an en tirely new account of the manner in which Major General II. W. Lawton lost his life. McLaughlin has sent to 1). C. McGarvin of this city, a copy of Freedom, a paper published at Ma nila, which also contains the state ment that a deserter from the First California Regiment, named Howard, planned an ambush for General Law ton, and, it is said upon good au thority, that he tired the fatal shot. He was made a major in the insur gent army as a reward. When Lawton made his night march on Pilar's forces at San Mateo, Pilar had decided to retreat, but after a conference with Howard, who had deserted to the insurgents in the hope of being made an officer, a battle was ordered. Sharpshooters were told that the killing of this great general meant "independencia pronto." It was with the desire to take the general's life that they pumped their lead in the direction of the general and nis stan. it was at this point that Howard was in charge, and it is said that he claims the distinction of tiring the fatal shot. From a drunk en loafer, t he renegade was soon a hero among the insurgents. He was given a uniform, and when the matter was referred to General Del Pilar, lie, being highest in rank, appointed Howard a major of artillery, subject to approval by Aguinaldo. MISSOURIAN'S HEADQUARTERS. Rooms Leased for Convention Week at Kansas City. Kansas City, April 13. The general headquarters for allMissourians who come to Kansas City during the dem ocratic national convention will be in the big store room at No. 1100 Bal timore avenue, just across the street ! from the Hotel Baltimore. The room has t went v-five feet fronton Balti more avenue and extends back to the alley. It is the orficeof LouisCurtiss, the architect, and Mr. Curtiss, will surrender it for a fewdavs during the : convention. The room has threedivisions. The front office will be used as the private office of the committee, which wil havechargeof Missouri headquarters. riM... 1 .-11 i . . i i i lie mrge room win ie ine mam lOO- by for the headquarters, and there will lie rest ing places, easy chairs, an information bureau, and other con veniences for visitors. In the rear of the office is a large room, which will be used as a private committee-room j for the thirty-four Missouri delegates. It will liea place where all Missourians may have a common meeting place. Arrangements were made by for mer Governor Stone for the use of this room. He made the contract with Mr. Curtiss, but the details of the arrangement of the room will le planned by the Missouri delegation when it meets at Jefferson Citv. The Missouri delegation and all Missou rians who come to the convention make their own arrangements for hotel accommodations. There is no "Missouri party" as there are parties from otherstates. FormerGovernor Stone will have a room in the Balti I more during the convention. A note of warning regarding extor tionate hotel rates again was sound ed by former Governor Stone, who said that complaints were still being received by the national committee. The local convention committee was Romantic Story of a Young Convict of counseled to look into the ouestion oi hotel rates and to prevent any at tempt ot extortion. Several mem- tiers of the national committee are I I I I "fc 3 t. m -c. t M ill Your rorxune Told. Good Iieal; h r mears bad fort' l)v kii'r.cv an 1 zj near:. aturivs ir-ve ;-itr.l Bad health Most Jsr a; i..3 are caused S ic'i ailments rr:rn prompt -T j$ -rf Victor's. bt:t cure yoursca ! y n y on high-priced a 3 positively t.ie greatest rne-i.r N3E-OIDS banish b:c!;nch,:, all kidrev and bladder troubles, ami put iiew Llood and new life into a one dose is magical, box or two r.n i youi risord'-ed ki.ii. c j-iins i:i the loin. iicr't..nt iiseasei: t;o.:v. Mild crises are cured paia is at an end. The efTect of even in a week. Cse a !i. :it.-.! ! j.;;!! s n t!ic !-ack. ditiww or r M-.li.:;. nri:.c. wralnfs ami thill', . ;ci?cir:-f. . !... l utility, swcil- m lmiis Kir i-'.v or KHJ-NL-0.il: are y-. iow t.iblvt i ; i.il come packed in i:eat wooden boxes, ea rg":i ;V r . -ioa: two weeks' treatment. All drug stores sell theai 1 r .' :e a box. six boxes. $2.50. Your r.: the m '.I.iul ttstimonv of those who have i f . y . .Morrow s i.i.'cnax ci:r-r- ness li:.-,- i-I I'.jc a 1 drugi ;ist will tell neen curec ov Kli-.i,-t;:..b in Vv-.;r town. reeeijjt i f 1 . .v. - . a. eor.striatiojj, bi;ii)ustiess, costive- i ', drug cu res. Mailed on :rvl i J..1.U Morrow ik Co., EARNED HIS PARDON. Mrs Marv Ainatt, residtnK nn ntrth (Jhrrr atrfrt. Chili-ho. Mo. ! "I ha uflTere4 lor ran? ynrt im i.a'n In mr hack mmm th- kl lneta a'n.l tr-.m nrvontnei. K M-n-oila rrc or-il niT m-Ttti to normal cutxliiion matt reUevea tt,e backarhe in Jeaa thao a week, for ate ai all liraga orea Texas. Austin. Texas, A prill 8. Gov.Suy rs has pardoned Ottley Warren, son of A. H. Warren, a well-known citi zen of Austin, who was convicted in 1 Hi! a of burglary and sentenced to four years in t he state penitentiary. After serving one year and eiirht indignant as a result of the com plaints made against a few Kansns 'City hotel keefiers. For coughs and colds there is no medicine so effective as Ballard's Horehound Syrup. It is the ideal Pined v Prim 'l.'iiwntunnil ".l 1 mourns arren escafied and went to at H. L. Tucker's drug store Jaltimore, Md., where he married a HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH APOLIO To Reward Lee and Wheeler Washington, April IS. Represen tative Grosvenor. of Ohio, introduced a bill to-day authorizing the Presi dent to appoint three volunteer otti--ers as Brigadier Generals, with a view to their retirement. The bill is an administration measure, having 4een presented by Mr. Grosvenor af ter conference with administration officials and at their request. It is designed to benefit Gen. Joseph Wheeler, Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Gem James H. Wilson, all of them volun teer officers, who. by the terms of the bill, would be given rank as brigadier renerals in the regular service and smbsequently. Eureka Harness Oil Is the Imst preaervailve of new leulli.r and the let renovator ol o U leather. It oils, softens, Luck enaand protects. L'to young woman of good family and en listed in the Sixth United States Ar tillery asa private. Ho served through the war with Spain and went with the Sixth Artil lery to the Philippines and served through a hard campaign. His three years' term of enlistment ex pired but a few weeks ago and he was honorably discharged upon his arri val in this country. He served in the army under the name of F. J. Bliss. While in Manila he wrote to . o,,,.., u. paruon. 0n,pp of Pub,U.tttion uf goei tioraaswereu mat he could state of Missouri, not nnnuUai. tha i i. . i County of Batea. x i iter uanue KjLi tiif i oi;ohhi arru a, is v. 1 u enitentiary authorities of the state. Warren a mm! at the Huntsville penitentiary Monday and volunta rily surrendered. Public Sal Harness QiS on your bnt bnmms. yoar eld har ness, knd your carriaKto. anl ilrt-y will not only look w-ttr but xvvur lonver. SoldeverywtM-rrin o.iis all Ut from half pints to fi ve Kalluua. Mad by riUAUI OIL tU. HORN CUTTLE, 1900. OF PURE BRED SHORT AT BUTLER, MO., R1AY 2, S.llo will t-ilo tAbir.ti nf ( '., l'.AA1i T7J T . ..... .v 'niv-. nu vyiia.-. jiiuuiviuu reeu LdOv. at tne Southwest corner of Square at 1 o'clock p. in. 13 Bulls from 8 to 18 Months old and 6 Cows and Heifers, :nSXI KISS: Ot ttlf1 I Olllirr M.nrv I linrmu-ir Tfnaa TT1 I ,.l i lbr.e nor'bs.i llnka. to lar oi hfmi.i.i. t-t r M,.r,rt i o j t,vj.t , i iuii aim OLiii'r frnnn .in.ih. .....ih.... . ... .. , . u - " . . as tnt-relation anil to the iiRrt or A R Owr, I e :i: I nnin.rr.f .i in t . v, . . ex-orlicio collector of the reivenno of Ht I ... 1 "llllllff?. I (to r,r ...,.,, ,. ,-,... KSSVrVli.d.MI"Mart . of the cows and heifers that are oM enough will be I SriV -.'r.'r J'llir I'lvll ... n .1-11 . . I I . . .1 A I . f Tt1 J. I. .. .. . . - v...,,,u,lut,uclll,M llieu in 17iaill()Il(l IZ in . Ji 1 nnno' I-ii-tt .1 I in ids city or Butler. Htlxt cuuili. HiMaail J.owat true aav coin-a the plaintiff by . , , , T J "H" iJaLUB aim , th Ural Toa.lay aft.r tne aecoud Moadar it Jon, mm, and on or before tbe third 4a PROBATE COURT DOCKET May Term, 1900- FIRST IAY. MOMMY MAY 14. John Hall. M M Hall. Admri. Weaver Miller, 1 t. Kinrli, Ulr W ru liilbrealh. Jno li h-gcr, kxernta Frit Krll. Jbo H Kptf. r, Kx. outer Hvnni no tere. al. J II Malloa. Car Walter IaTia. Helen U I'avia. ti A A 1'barlea K tiouKb. Henri oourb. A an.. Mania W Mur, iief Mire, li A cT Ibam K Nirbola, ('baa H McMulIra ni. Henry Job.nDii imrtrr, Martin KapnuVIt l.nla Hoffman t al. WniMnaak. tile Alaxander Homar. Kutb tloiuar. Adiuri.' m:i)ni hay.ti kmav may fhoebe It, T I Pay, C. Irene Calin. J A nl, k, A C W eat Reere . t al. 1 E M eat O f M m II Wajlan... N I. h.,.i.e et al Kia'l- "! oiiuiH-nrin, .-iar r.ihaiubera iCr I Ku Hollow a jr et al. lin" Holiowar u'V? j I'eter artn drul rr. l V Urown Ad. fcll.ott Pyle. J I" t lark et al. txeeu. i i jie iun.n, t t Morton, A4mr Traie r lot, I. 11 H lu.ai.ti. I uratoe Wary llran.an et al. M M Oreer ti e J N keo.ua. II 1 lie.,ua. A.lmr.' ' HiM-fland lateraoo. J i" Hark, Admr. THIKIl HAY, MKKNKSllAY MAT 1C. Newton Wri:lit et al, II II Wella. (J A p AniT Wells, J M huwooj, O A 0 !uaetta Tbomaa. C A BiM. U A V ' Kred Hale. l V Krown, Curator Maurice Chandler, A W haT. Adiur Snueon liilt reath, Chaa H tiilbrtaui. Ki.-a. Amoa H. nian, II V hroan, A.lmr. " John Wehnt-s. J Holl'e, Adiur Mary Uurke Koato, M J cuiry,' Admr. Win M lalton, Kd Daltonttal. Admra ;o Ixiveiand et al. Ceo II lxveland ti AP Susanna i'earaon, l' b llodgra, Admr. FOl'KTH HAY, TIH KSllAY MAY 17. I.eroy Kloren. e, M Warner, Admr Pleasant Hill, Anna II Hill, Admr 1'taila V Hill Jnen Harp-r, Admr Maraaret Welch, U t amev, Admr l.u. retia 8. hooley, T J W ribl, Admr. W UOrear. Albert Orear, kxecuior. Adam Urixner, tJeo C Miller, Executor NMlbeliuina I rixner, (ituC Miller U AC Wm II Mclean, Konanna McI.ean. ICx. John llnflinaii. Inline II nlTman rl al Admr Maria s Kry. Allterlna Irv. Kxe. uioV 'l ltron II 1 .Nick.ll Admr. HKTII HAY. KKIHAY MAY 18. Melcbior Fncba, Marparet Kucha, Adrarx. nurrowa ei ai, i ai iturrowa. CaraW Klialieth V alley. A . all, kxe-tr ( barlea t' Newman, H K arnock, Admr. .nuuianja iienaiey, llrualey, C. locator Win Lower, r rat k I.owen, Admr. Ann I'ourU, K II (. ampNell, Admr. i r ijtt, .laroo inri.l, Aamr Henry kiej-aey et al, tJ M Kieraey.UAC. rank ami W in I x w t-n , I rauk Ien. Admr. Richard Harper. II II Wye, ti A C. Russell Vk Kennedy et al, Inez A Kennedy QfC KIXTH HAY, HATI IUIAY, MAY 19. tamea 1'ilKrim, J A I'ilirrlm, Admr. Marinda I Hannah el al V him, O A C J .1 Clark, klizabetb and T J Clark, Admra Mary . Vmihell, O W Miiilh, Admr. Oliver Juuea, It t'Jonea.OA M. .laa ltli.zard el al, .IrHae Klizard, U A C. Harve A!apea, haraii Mape., Kiecutrtt. Ilf S I'lerce Jeaaie fierce, (1 AC. ( barlea Henney, lCanll, OA". Jainea Mctlruy et al, Jno II Mt-Klroy. QAC Norton K ftipirlna, W in A ritirlea, ii A C. Amelia M llamiiion et al, r J l yard, Curalar Ktireer, M M Ureer, Admr. STATK OK MlSriOl'W, I county or lialas. S I hereby certify the atiore and foreeolav taka true and correct coi.y ortheaettlemeatdana for tbe term of the urouatn court. nnunMui on the Ulb day of May, V.nA. w itneaa my band and aeal thJt tka fE4L 14th day of Ai.nl, 1-jnO. 2-at J.K.HMIlll JulKof ProhaU. Older of l'uhlicnti .n. STATE OK MIHOUKI, county or r.atea. In tka Circuit Conrt. of Batea chanty. Mia. aonri. rei ruarx ienu. I'.eo. ina etau af Mlarourl at the relation and to tba aaa a In Kvllf Uer, collector oi thei,lof B a tier. In tbe ttaie or Mlaaouil plalnllf , a Mr. W J Aldrt-ifce. defendant. Civil action for delinquent taxea. Now at thla day cornea the Plaintiff k her attorney before tba rlrrult eoart of HaUa ooahly. In theatate of Misaonrt. and abewa to the aailafaction of tba court that taa above named defendant, atra. W J AMrldira ! a non red. lent of the atale of Mlaa'-art. wheraupou It la ordered by the Coait that the defendant be no' I tied by publlcaUaw that plaintiff baa wmmntM a ault acalaat her In thla conrt by wtit'.cn the obm aa4 iceneral nature of which la t euforue tba Ilea of the lale of Mlacoori fur tba it. Ilnqaent taxea of the year l.-ail. arnoaatlafka fhe airreicate to ibeaam ot tosetlier with Intereat. coata.commlaalona and faea laa tbe following dn-crlbd i ra t of laod altaataw is Rateanountv. Miaaouri to-wit: Bejrlnnliin ii llokt aouth of the nortbwaat Congratulate Hoar. lioston, April 18. The following her attorney before the the circuit court of tbe state of Mlseonrl Qlea her petition and amoD2 other thlnira named defendant John nBa;7' topped crosses. Most of the bulls are by . In vacation, and I Diamond 12140. that the above ILKMb of sale Cash, or 15 mnntha tlino ..1.... r, 7. , r ueienaant jonn ftarr la nob-I . 7 mui iu liittrtl. e- -i.-"'", en. it i -m - jiinuun. TnerenKn I IIUIC 11 J IJCill t lid C tfllL miPrP'! Trnm rllfp taryoft ie anti-itnperinlit I-ao-up 1 o.'d hy theciera in vaeati on that the icm muicsi iromuaie. lT. 1 lrnie. defendant be notlfle.1 by publication that W. G. SELLON. it is tlooniPil. We shall follow vonr ?nUJn'i ts,? of the year 1m. .mount, p IT 1 v 4 inexorable logic supportinjrno party & toherw nte'r'e.,. '""coat0.: C 1 L C' I)o,lohue Auctioneer. .-vm . B ..i I aimmiaalna o i . r. ' . . . " rauuni;iiT nor Hranuinsr with vnn I a -tt-B. npoD me ioiiowitiat Oil this lrnmnnnt I'.-. " J "?tf2. .!? "anted in Bate. . i " ....v . "mi. i.iri fc j . oi.Bsnun , to-w,t : tumjr else insignificant.' niEE hlooi) ( Via:. Order of TuMir-ation. An Offer Proving Faith to SuffePt-r?. n ei r C f ',brnfrJ rmi 1J"- In i Orcnit conrt of Batea county, M tbe i ff n" kimx?uJ'Z'- i- H- Hr-! March Wat, VMM,, the .late o ,on' a V it f 5 Wondera and E. aonri at tbe relation and to tbe mat Tbe northeast oaarter 11-41 ef the nnnh.ui quarter (1 11 of section twentr-ionr n iP irty -r.Ue m). rane thirty-one I STATE OF MISSOURI, y-it uuieea ue aaia aerennant b I ioumy or riatea. "i'"1 at toe text term of tbla d , "efron ana boMen In tbe ei oatea county, Miaaonri. on t first Taeadav after tha i - l00. and on or h-ri , Th - .1,. . 3" A. Bennett, defendants thereof. II the trm .k.Vi . i - I Order of Publication ml If nnt ih. i, .w- V"""". I Sow at this dav cornea the ,.,.,r;r k ! fnl an-ali;ii, ..r 11 llaw.theaame win ..t. J,.".e.; I alleeinK amons other things that H.f,nH..i j ...... ...,.,. m ulooi poison. aa;miA.::ZZr-JZZJ? i persistent eruptions, that refuse to ruuonT and tbi.5ove aZXZ Tea !2url: ,eup.niusnirribT ,he 1 1 iiriilar ir.l I fiolt r ArUfv th. mi. wu unenaan. oe noLi oil hr nnhiiat. v. vv a t'luiuui i rfiii marir -.. i . " . . . . u cau7 , -y i imilv i.nrl Kr 11 ' II ii , . . AnJ U lortber orctered bT the clerk I cwmmencea a suit againat him A? I" , i U- li- (Kotan C '-aa.dtbat .copy hereof bepnbllahed in the , 5!' thf obrl?1 rDer,U "tare of Wood Kahili, the m.Bt Vi.l.i w-t Tim- a weekly iiewarer ?LhJc ,u. rnJ" "e defendanw to come in hlix.1 nri f ! """wnui pricte.1 and published in Batea coonty Mi- 17 nu nn'"'"?-?'?r' na ,8'f'"h their riitbu LUOO. puntier Of the age. niad es- oori- tnr toa eBcceaslveU the laat H "eaum of urty-aeven dollars and ninetT Iieeiallv to eure all terrible nlwfina I " o beat least fifteen daya before the e,t t5'.' now held by this plaintiff, 1 . , . . ' iiif OOSnnate I fl..t dn nt ih. . J rT 1 I said amount bnnz the brweMli aft ih. J - w-v mm 1. w wa 111 ui W5 BIU CUIfl - I . . - wm, wis mm ax, Atrnecepyor th. record Wl?. .r ui.,le transactions wherein de sal neaa my hand as clerk afore aid with I ren?'niJ- c ooierf, became indebted to this . be aeal of aald eoart hereunto adz ed. Done at oillee in Butler oa thla the Kth day or April. ISou J. P TBURMAN. 23-4t ircnit Clerk. Order of I'oblication. . STATE or MLSSOCBI, thereof. If tho term shall ao lonar noatlai and If not. then before Via end of a aid teraa, and pI'H to said petition aecordlna- in law. tbe aame will be taken aa con feat I aad JaUc- n.ru irnqirei accoriima; to tne prater tr aa4S petition and tba above daacribei real mmimim aold to aatiaTy the aame. And it la further ordered by th court nre- aid that a capy hereof be pabllabed la tava Bt-TLxa Wiiili Iimes, a weekly Bewspapar printed and pnbllahef In Batea eon aty. Ma., or four weeka sorvealelT. the laat laaanJoa I to be at leaat fifteen dava befnra the.armt Aas- I of tba next term of aald eoart A trne eon of tne record. Wlt- Iseal xeaa my band, aa clerk afofaaall with tbe aeal of aalrf Mil hereanto aflxad. ln at office In Katiar aw thla tbe tad day of April. im J. r. Tlf L RH An. CireaitUwrk. deep-sea teil blood and skin troubles. is your uiooti tlnnV Are vou t " All run down? Have vou the Eezema? Pimples? IJIoth Qr,.i "Ikiu or sealp humors? noils? Eruptions? Skin itches and woiien: Aehmg bones? Rhmw.. tism? Scrofula? Catarrh? r,,. . 3 Ti . " "'1 . tieeii i. n. ji. (Botanic plaintiff, aa evidenced by his note of the date of waerure me plaintiff in tbe ' aid dollars, torether with ti yment oj pronus SheritTa Sale. By virtne and author! t-v nf a JrJrS "i -Se clerk of the TanA, .5 .d eory note of J. B. Harris aa netnri ui 1 a L.iirnuiP h ac-curiiT. in wtucn basinesa u ansae lion thla plain tiff waa instructed to pay E. A. Aenaett certain an ma irur nmwinm k. debt due plaintiir from the proceesia of said note iaeoari. of Mia- M nf A K. Owen, ex-ofllcio collector of tiia n of Batea coonty in the atate of Miaaonri, p.aintiff, ts. Victoria frater aavd M-dalesi Kaiam, defend an u. CiTil action for delinquent taxea. Now at thia day cornea the plaintiff herein by her attorney before the Circuit court of Batea coonty in U atate or Miaaonri, aad file her petition and affidavit, atating inwar other tiuuKB u we aoore named defendaata V i.t... . J ... .. .i imKr lira m uu air nm I lialui). lvause it drains from tho hi n 1 k n1 aainat A (Id- bnt the plaintiff cannot determine T who ia en- !loo.1 11. ,1 onti : iromthe ""S-on and D I. Ednnjrton, I have levied aad titled thereto, and that nnleaa the said J C tvniovetl. a permanent Cure follows TheAtJV nrint-r., , . dayof Jttne next, and oa or before the third R H. It. thoroughly tested for thinv f5 JTLr years, and tllOUSiinds cure,! nftV W-W.n,"lp.fw,'-Wlf t1' r-' of -"er or pled to the petition ii doctor and patent inel...,n wHi failed. rorSiile bv druggists at 1 rT,tT. t1'.00 roarun (I4) township And it is further ordered that a ep hVreof per lalHttle or KlTrL I li roy(, range th.rty-two (32), I WiUo P be pubUshed. accordiii to law. i" Se" Brrnl iZfll .1 - VLIarP" littles Friday April 27, i aaai-T Tinas, a newspaper pbUahed inUd btr,o skkSSm "rvsaSsAV5" Itest thert-me.lv nt me ume or so much Uif-i.f , TZI r!i - - THl KM AN, arrnit Clerk. pa IT K " nipneai Didder for caah. Address BLOOD anta. Ga. BALM iu. execnuoa and coeta. )-4t Sheriff of Ba lea" Co uaVy M o . copy from the record. Witaeaa m hand and aeal of th nrm o skal cooBIy. thiaUidaTorArril ia -4t J. P. THLRMAN.Cireiit Clerk. Order of Publication. STATE OK MISSOURI Conn tv of bate. i In the circuit conrt of Batea conaty, Mia i-urnin wim, iie. 1 ne Slate of Miaat the relation and to the nae of A R owm. aa- officio collector of tbe revenue of Bates ewaatf inthestateof Miaaonri, plaiatiff, vs. Mary "mi-, oeienoant. I Vll action for dellnnnent trmm Sow at this day comes the olamtiar b bar aa- torney Iwfore the circuit court of KaLea awaat in ih. ...t- r U.. .1 1 . . .. 1 Kamm I m7 ... auwwa to V " are non-reaidenu of the atate or at I J - , L tnat tne aaoTe aanaed aonri. WhereBDOw It i. VZSZrJl h. , '!. W'T la a aon-reaidewt of ttaa conrt, that tbe defendaaU be noti Bed I ?i" or "" - w nereopow it ia arderM publication that plainuff has commenced a anil K ."r.u.r" . n".. ne areaoaBt lea smjsm axainst them in this court bv Detition and affiriV. I Z P' b imi nuin baa Tit, theobjectandfreaeralaataraof whick ia t I Ul" enforce toe lien of lie state of Miaaoart rT,e th. I p!tJt")" .the object and ffeneral deliaqnent taxea of tba Tears Imck im wn en ia to earome the Ilea at UM and 1H, arooantina; ia taarrr'atelo t"" ,0LM""'i f"r ""' tai-a aft tbe sum of MK, towether wii. l7tere.K XUtllTZ,' Zl". ,hT - eoata. cofnmiasions, and fees, apoa the follow- iracta 01 1 aaa ai taalexi ia batea """'J. .-win, w-wii: roarteea (14 acres. bwui pwrx or tae son us west quarter of taa aortheaat quarter sectiaw tsnti fnaiMi -"'e i .7 ii nun uurtj-oae (XI). and that unless the aaid defettdaat be aad appear at the next term af thia court to be berua aad boidea 10 the city of BaUer, Batea aouaty. Mia. aouri, on the first Taeaday after the second Monday ia J nae law, and on or before the third day thereof (it tbe term shall ao loo and if not then before the ml r.r ..1 . '. and plead to said petition aceordiaa- to law the T w' taaeu aa coueaaeA and 1 ail r meat rendered aooordjna: to the prayer of stud peti- arra uie aooTe aeacnbexl reaJ miu. miA A ad it is further ordered by ike court If nereoi ne published ia Taa DrinLed And mhliikirf i X. . T. aouri, for four creeks auceeMTely. tbe lilt i'LZ I pr""i published ia Bau-a coonty. Miaw aertioo to be at laat fiftea days before the first ' ' T J"or . ' " snwastTeiy, U laat a- day of the next aext tra of si d ooaTt I TTUc 10 ! afteeo daya before the A true GODT rron the ww I. I t-rm ui aaiu court. fei 1 mw .1 1. V : I A tme codt of the record. ta it uf TLT lZ?" ".'r1. I U'Ljnrbuduclerksroma.d wil taa Dosettoficcmll.UCTM u.i....k aeal of aail court bervaata aalaad. March, J. p THUatMAli I Jm is Butler on thia the Sad day at miaaiona and fees npoa the followinff daaerthes tracts of land siloauel m I'.alea eouatv. Mia- aauri, to-wit: Tbe aontb half or tbe south half af block nine ( ) in Cliris laa and i ondea'a adde tioa to tbe city af Butler, Mo., aad that aaleae the aaid defendant be and appear at taa next U-rrn of ibis eoart to be bexua aad bnldea i a the city of Bo tier. Hales couatr. Miaamrl. u tha first Tseaday arter the eecon-i Monday la Jane, 1 , and on or before tha third day thereof (if the term shall so ioajf eon bane, aad if aot then before the end af aaid tei-mi mmm plead to aaid petition aorordinaj to law taa ssrat " oe taaeg aa confeaaeti and iadrmeat aerea acorlinr to tbe prayer or aaid petitioa aad the abare deaenbad real estate sold la sat isfy tbe aame. And It IS further ardered t,r the mart afara. d that a copy hereor be published la taa im.iiwiiitTiiM, I weekly aewepaoer J. P. THUKMAN. Circuit Clerk. U-t Circuit CJark.