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r" f ,l aa Willi j ! ' ijU .'u1.. ,! ...... . ILg3gJBBBMBBBBICSSSSFy Marble marbel ;bYll. iio.. Thursday, july 'isst. iro. i VOL. IX. LOCAL AND GENERAL -TUe woods are said to be "fall of ' squirrel. -Mrs. C. P. ftldtrell has typhoid fever and is very sick. Mr. andMrs.W.B. Beach were visiting in Cape county last week. There is more than the usual amount of sickness in our town at the preaant. A carload of cantelopea went up the road last week from JJcoU county. Roasting ears are rip1? and tin1 ft niive tramp ia in the ha-.o " r.i.4 ;;lory. Charley Rhodes has beau routined to his bed for several days with fever. The wheat crop of Dakota is reported 30,000,000 bk&hels short of last year's crop. Jack Rhodes of Bsssville atne down Friday to see his eon, Charles, who is sick. Rev. E. Miller organized a Lutheran Uuurch here last Sunday with ten members. The watermelon crop in Scott and Mississippi counties id reported very good, tut late. Burglars visited Motley last week, but were mgmoned away before securing any booly. The farmers of our lower counties say that they have too much rain for a heavy cor n crop. Any oiio linr'.ir.K a folding -door key and leaving the same at this office will be well re warded, tf Mrs. A. Mayer and eons who have been visiting Cape county and elsewhere returned home this week. The Public Adniinistiater bas taken up the estate of David Eaves, deceased, see notice elsewhere. Henry Rhodes of Glen Allen started out Monday morning with a mew threshing machine of the oest ma Re. Max Jones of Perry coun ty last week killed 52 snakes At one stroke tne jnotuer anake and 51 embryoes. Elder Love of Farmington will preach at the chiisti church ou Saturday night, Sunpay s?ud JSunday night next. The Editor has , been too busy with the sick too read proof or write itetnes for this paper for three weeks. Ch'trge all SUis takes to the devil. Dr. T. jH. Baily of Liberty Township was married at the courthouse a few days ago to Mrs. The ceremony was performed by . Miss Ada Baker left one of the largest sunflower heads at this ollice that we have seen in many a year. It is about three feet hi circumference. It has occured to us that i. would be prudent to not toll ihe church bell for burial pur poses when there are persons within its sound lying .almost at death's door. J. II. Lutes of Lulesville is now prepaired to furnish Ice to any and all parties on short no tice, he will deliver ice at the df-.pot At one dollar per hundred. He is handling the choicest, ice and solicits your orders. r-The foolkiUer must be dead. A species of the hom genua .came through Marble Hill a few Jays ago tacking up notices which read: "Ague buster." As if there was aiiy ague around here to "bust." Died In Marble Hill, Mo., July 17,188!), James M. Finuey, aye 5J years and 11 months, son of 11 M and Maggie Finney of Jvennett, Mo. VVcop not for him who dintli For ho slcopa and in nt rest; And the couuh whorcn lio Hah is the groon ouilli's 'luito bj'tast. Our printers are all sick this week. W are little btler tuna so. A sick brother .has demanded our attention both day and night for sometime. There is a dearth of local news, tinywcy. About the most de bated question is that of sick- lH.'Sii Contra wise . "Let us give the readers ot the Pwcss a lit IIh timely lulrfae.' Head it. Hot weather is now on, aud with it. colic, ouolernmorbus, (IvMcnieary and diarrhoo. The oiily safe way to combat these disuses is to" consult some re lluble phvslcU.ii and not Mil yourself up with poisonous phtent medicine nostrums. This Is five advice, We'dont iid"nitlNi. pniiii iiili iiH If you want BRAN tmyris Tour time. LOTS to be lu.4 at the Magnolia Mills in Lutes ville, at ROOper thousand lbs. Let it also be known that I will, and do, sell Floor tn ac cordiance with wheat Drices. which is very clwap. Kespectruuy, E. TBAlTIVKISf. SPECIAL NOTICE: All pertsons indebted to me for the service ot my .horse or jacK, tor the season of are hereby notified tc come to my residence in Marine Hill, right away, ana pay up. I shall put all accounts, which r.-main unpaid on the 1st it September, in the hands of an ojl'icor with iiistructicr.t; to collect at ooce. I mean this. A void to thy wise is sufficient. V. B. Finney, 9n.l2lf While. a steam threshing mneliinfl was threshing on the Young farm. iwar Wittenberg last Friday afternoon a tuunuer cloud passed over and a bolt of lightning decended end killed outright a young man named Herman T burn who wai work hig at the thresher. The bolt knocked a hole in his hat and ran down his body leaving a blue maw. some silver in ins pocket was slightly melted and the pocket-book was perforated with fine holes. His clothing was set on fire. Perryviile Bun. When Senator Zeb Vance ofNorlh Carolina was younger than he is now, says the Wash ington Post, he used to travel exteiiiiivelv over the btate on i;n easy-going pacer, -making stump speeches and keeping in touch with his constiuiens, Ills kinsman, Robert B. Vance, followed a simlar course, but made a specialty of .playing the camp-meeting and church peo ple, while Zeb was -looked up on as a lost sheep and danger ous person generally. One day .Zeb was riding np.a mountain path, when he met a country woman riding down. "Howdy, General Vance," said she. The gallant .Zeb responded in his most effective style, and .the dame immediate' v launch ed into a long discussion of the "liusumeetin she haa .been at tending, telling of the numer ous brands plucked from the hnriinur. and various trials and iribuiaiions which are the lot of Clirii t'aa souls. "Mv rmtirl woman." aiirerriint- j T . ed the Senator, "you .evidently "Why, sartin " "Well, I'm Zeb," "Lord goddleniity!" screamed tho poor woman, as he lay dov.'ii on the bore's neck and hiiiimed him into a dead run down tiio mountain, scared half to death at the thought ot be ing ahriie on the road with that liotoiii ua Zeb Vance. Mr. Cai Masters has been quite tick. .f. C. AVann is visitinir. Ida son in Illinois this week. W. W. Felix of St. Louis is here or. bnsiuess i. Wun v of Mamuond save ns a pie want rail Saturday. Mrs. A. J. Mavfield is auite sick with bilious fever. Wm. Watkins and wife went to Brown wood Sunday. Mr-.Oitin nf Tnd.. is here visit- ing his Uncle E. Cox. fir. .1. O. Timnsev Hnent. several days in liessviile last week. liicke.v Frizell of Oak Ridwn is visiting "Fiankey Wilson thin weeK. J. 0. W oodwnrd who lias oeen working at Farmington returned uome Saturday. Miss Maradie MayReld is visiting her I'ude, Dr.'Mayiield t tint by ille, Mo. Miss Ina Burk left Tuesday for St- Louis to visit the familv of (I. W, Waldo. I Pretichiuu by Rev. Riffle Sun. day evening "at 7:80 o'clock in the M. K church house. Mis. J. M. Cofer und Miss Minnie Ramsey are visiting friends in tho country this week, T. M. Jones of Strodersville has bouglit C, Masters dwelling house, and will move in to it. The Marble Hill Gem Dramatic Club, will ply at Morquund on the 17 Inst. And at the pavilian between Lutesvllle and Marble Hill, Aug. 3. The dmmn .thoy will pluy, "Above The Cloufls" will bo deimed In two acts ihu proceeds go to finish paying for I'resbyteiiau chttruU at this pi. iff l)r. A. tt. laiues tiraWnlOKDER OP TUBLICATiOX. guile -fiii-K, uui glad to say is convalescent Miss Valley Rerette and Miss Sosa Graves an visitinir at Wh'Ke Water thU wek. Geo. E. Statler returned from St. Louis Saturday. He is travel ing for J. 8. Sickles. Saddlery Co. T. T. Beach's house was struck by lightning last Simday. No one was hurt but it set hie to the bedding. Dr. A. R. Jaques is having the foundation built for his new brick dwoiliug house. Mr. Mc CWi of Marble Hill is super- tending the work. Wlieroase, It has lea?6il tho Supromo Kulcr of tho Uuivc-rso to remove from our midsl our worthy Brother, Daniel F. Statlor, whito we deeply feel our toss, We humbly how in submission to His vill. Ki'solveil, That iti his death his family lias lost a duvotod husband and ah alioctionato father; The Lodge a worthy brother, und society a good citizen. Resolved, That Hedgewiclivillo Lodgo No. 126, A. F and A.M. go iu ranurmug for the usual thirty days, and that a place be set apart in the records of the Lodge for those proceedings. Resolved, That a copy of those .reso lutions bo sent, for publication to tho Mai hie Hill -Tress and that a copy bo sent the fninitv ol deceased. U. VV. M-o'UincAux, A. B. Dolle, 'J. A. Turner, Ojinmitlio. 'Mhe rVeiv Koatl Iav. The new road law allows no pay to road overseers for warn ing in hands, and twenty-live per cent lor tlie money worked out. if the-overseer has twenty haniiH at work he will pet 5 for two day: wink; if lie has but five bauds ho yets $1,25 for two days work- It may be a good thing lor preventing competent men from wanting to be road overseers, but it will be hard on tlit) roads in our opinion. Cape Girardeau Cultivator. 'yite iJlne Jyv., The tiitiious bluo laws uf Connecticut, about whi'Mt so much is herd, areas -lot lows: '1 liev wnic enacted liy Ibe poo- ulii of the "Uoiiiiuioii of New Haven aud beonnio knntrii as the ..bluo laws becauso thoy were pri'itod en blue pi per- ' 'I'lie irovevnor or m.iislrates, conven ed in gonertil Hssombly, are the supremo :!ovcr under Ood" of this indeueudant -douiiuion. From the determination of the assembly no appoal shall be made. No one -shall be n Tree man or givo a vote unless he is converted and a mem ber of one of the chinches allowed in the douiinwn. Each tineinan shall swear by tkebleus- eu God to '.boar truo allt:jjwnce to the dominiou, isnd that, Jesus is the only King, No tlisstntcr from the essontal war ship of this dominion shall qo allowed lo give a vote for electing magistrates or or any officer. No lood or lodging shall be offered to a heretic. No one- to cross a liver on Sabbath but avtlni'iiwd elergyinan. No 0110 shall travui, cook, vituals, mako buds, swoop hnnsos, cut Imi r or shave on b,iliih. No 0110 can kii.hi or her children on the rabbitth or lasting days Tiie Sablwth i!a shall begin at siiu st Safurrlny. Every ratable person -who refu.-'os t o pay his prupotiou to auppurl the minu ter of town or parish shall b tin oil five pounds and live shilling c.vjr qiuulur. Whoevor wo.urs cloihs trimmed with jrohl, silver 01 houe hice iilniv'e one shill ing per y;ird shal. no piesented by the grand jurors, aud Ihe sulust men shall tax his ostato tone himdrod pounds.' IV hoevor brings cards or dico into the dominion shall p;.y a pries of hundred pounds. No one shall eat flijnco pies, dauco, play cards, or plav any tnstruinent of music exiept the drum, trnmpet and jewsharp. No gospel minister shall join people in uiarriagtt. Tho magistrate shall ji.in them in murriago as he may do it with less scandal lo Christ's Churuh. Whim parents refuse their children convenient marriages the magistrates shall determine the point. - Adultery shall bo punish 3d by death, A man who strikes his wife shall be lined teu pounds. A woinau who strikes her husband shall 1 punishad as tho law dirocts. No man shall court a maid in person or by letter without oblaiuing the con scut of her parents. Five pounds pen alty for the (list offense; ton for tho sec- one ana tor the third imprisonment during the pleastiro of the court. Tho heaviest rain of tho sea son fell last Sunday evening, ac companied by conwiderablii wind. Corn i3 is badley dam afjed. Jacob Halin had a stump pil ing a short time ago. I. 13. Lutes killed a lame rattle stuiko iuhis oat iiuld recently. D. W. Lutes has iron to Kan sas to visit his brother Riley Lutes. . Several persons from this neighborhood attended church at Jlethel the second Sunduy and reported a nice time. The whistle of the steam thresher l again hoard In the land. DavU Lutes & Sons coin niamed threablnK last Tuesday. Meisrs, Day. H'din, and Lutes oommttnofld tbrushing with their hoiKri-jiowt-r inuchitu' Momliiy, STATE.'OFnsSOCKI.l- . Comhy t liolKwer. I lit Uto of miawMiri, at tl.e relation and to the aaa of Umft Hrabangti, rolec tor plaintiff, va haira of F. A. Itemwti, defendant At thii day oobwt tte uUhrtHT, bylii at torney, and files hit petition, alleging among other things, that defendant is not a resident of the State of Mnmari, and cannot be served with the ordinary process of law ; whereupon it is ordered by the Clerk, in - n j . - . - , . ,;i u "V.?"-.. .f? h ""?!i..b? I SST .TeThTend general nature of the petition filed is'.he en- forcement of the lien of the 8ate upon the real property in the pelition described, situ- sted in said comity, viz : l...t .No 3, range 'r'" in tho town of, Marble Hill Mo. And that unless the said defmdanf be and appear at this court at the next ter.i thereof, 10 be liejrun and holden at the conrt house, in the town of Marble Hill, in said county, 011 thn Mtcuiiil ruouday iu September next and on 01 before the sixth day of said term, if the term shall so long continue, and if not. then on or before the last day of said term, answer or plead to the pelition in Said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered according. -And it is further ordered that a copyhereof be published, according to law, in the Marble Hill Ptass, a weekly newspaper published in said county, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before the commencement of said. term. Win. M. Morgau. rircuitclork. A truo copy from the word. SKAL Witness my hand, and the seal of the circuit clerk nf lioltinger eonutv, this 15 day of June. 18. OHDER OPPUBLICATION. STATE OF MISSOURI,! County of Bollinger, - J ' Iu the Circuit County of said county, 4a vacation. 11 .-.Into of Mi.-S'oni'i, tit Ihe relnt.,111 niiil 1: ihe use ol .iame- i-.caliaugli, wl lector plaintiff ve George Nash, do fodauL At th'13 day comes the plaintiff, by his at torney, end files his 1n.1ilK.r1, alleging among other things, that defendant is not a resident of the Slate of Missouri, and cannot be served with the Ordinary process of law; whereupon it is ordered by the Clerk, in va cation, that said defendant he notified, by publication, that plaintiff has commenced a suit against him in this court, tie object and general nature of the petition filed is the en forcement of the lien of ihe -S'ate upon the real property in the petition described, situ ated iu said county, vir : ".!( acres, the suiitlp-rat rpnirler i und tho.pontli half of -the Mulhesst iiuaitei of section eight, township thirty-three, ranirn nine east. And that unless the said. defendant be and appear a this cu.irt .'t ihc next ten 1 thereof, to be I'eguti and ItoUlen at the court house, in the lywn.uf Marble Hill, in said county, on tho '-Ind Mond'iy iu September, next and jjrioi belen the sixth day f afcttf term, if the term shall so lone continue, and if not, Itliien on or before the last day of said term, answer or plead to tne petition in Saul cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will he rendered according." And it is further ordered that a copyjiereof ho published, acconlini; tn Imv. in the M.irlile t I'iil'f 'h;'..S':..A -weekly newsrcr published in i.l ro-,v. t-'!or four we.ik S'lrre.rieely. the hut insertion to hs nl h-nr-t lotir wtcks before he commencement of said term. i 111. At. ilo-jinf, tiieu t lleik. . line r.ipy 'I'oiulho r 0"iil. Si.A'-l .Wlinesa my hand, nnd the sial of the i-irinit court of - Uiillio'er ntiiitty, .thin J'Jilii day of July, ISHlt. Win, M. Mmyiin, cletl;. ; OliDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Bollinger, In the Circuit County .of said county, in yacauou. tie of Missouri, at ihe relation ittiti in 1I1.1 uof James i:eal,atl'h. col 1 l.cutm-.' plaintiff vs I, It. Viineitte d.: fl-t'lhlHt. At this day comes the plaintiff, by his at torney, and fi.es his pelition, alleging among other tiling.:, that defendant is not a ''resident of the State of Missouri, and ennnot be served with the ordinary process of jaw j -whereuoon it is ordered by the Clerk, in va cation, thut said defendant be notified, by publication, that plaintiff has commenced a .suit acainst him in this court, tie obiect and .general nature of the petition filed is the en forcement 01 me nen 01 ine state upon the real property in the petition .described, situ ated in said county, viz : 80 acres, the south half of the south east quarter of section five, township twenty- nine, range ten east. And that unless the said defendant he and appear at -this court at the next term thereof, to he begun and holden at the conrt house, in the town of Marble Hill, in said county, on tho 2nd Monday In September, next and on 01 before the sixth day of said term, if the term shall so long continue, and if not, then on pr before the last day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in Said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will he rendered according. And it is further ordered that a copy hereeff be published, according to law, in the Marble Hill l'RP.ss, a weekly newspaper published in said count v. for four weeks Successively, tha Jjst insertion to be atleait four weeks before -the commencement of said term. vvt... At. Morgan, circuit clerk. . ' A true copy from the record 1 S K A L 1 Witness my hui.d, and the seal tit tne circuit court of ' ' llolliuv'er county, this 11th , , day of July, IK), Win. M. Murgan, clerk. To Ail tit Whom It Mu) C011- tern. Ry virtu re of an order of the rtovntYrourt made and "entered of record July 5th 188th Notice is hereby dven -that eca'ed bids will be received at the office of the County Clerk of Bollinger county Missouri, till Augiifi Uth, 1681), at one o'clock P.M. for the core and keeping of the paupers of said connly and the leaning of the -county Cui tn for two yean fiom thejih ditv of August 1880, the county 4eMering the right to reject any or 011 nnuiit. por purtiouiacuU At XJotintV, Clerk's Oaoo. ; K, H. .Veils,' a D-tl .t .Clerk Counl Cuuh.' $ks&r op tnaicATioN. 'STATE OT MISSOURI, 1 -Coanty oT Bollinger, la e 3raak emlj( said ooanty, Id 'he tiuta of Miaaonri, at Hie rrlaUoa aad to the aa of Jauuai featwupb. eol hiotor, plaiatiff va H. A. Hildreth de fendant. Af this day comes the ' plaintiff, by Ilis at torney, and fiies his petition, alleging among other things, that defendant is not a resident of the State of Missouri, and cannot be served with the ordinary process of law; whereupon it is ordered by the Clerk, in va cation, mai saia aeicmiani De-noi nea. 1 publication. Utat plaintiff has' commenced cation, that said defendant be -notified, by SJrJiTif f1 ,,nufr'h'f S?Si ' Sfl f e. i'" f. t g?n HC' E ated in said county, via 28U acres, the northeast quarter and rast half of the northwest (piarter-and southwest quarter of norlhwft quarter ofscetion twenty. live, township thirty two, range nine east. 4U aeres, southeast quarter of north east quarter, section twenty five town ship thirty tn range nine ens!. And that unless the said defendant be and appear at this court at the next terei thereof, a be begim and holden at the conrt house, in the town of Marble Hill, in said county, 011 thn nd Mouttay iu September uext snd on 01 before the sixth day of laid term, if the term shall so long continue, and if not, then on or before the last day of said term, answer or plead to the pelition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered according. And it is further ordered that a copyjhereof be published, according to law, in the Marble Mill Press, a weekly newspaper puhlishedin said county, for four weeks Successively, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before the comuieucementof .said term. Win. M. Moi'jiau, circuit clerk. A Irtte copy from thn record. SKAL Witness my hand, and the Sim I of tho circuit I'niiit of liolliwrer county, this 15th tlsy uf.lm.e, Win, M. Mor.iiM, tlerl;. OlfOElt OF "PUBLICATIOX. STATE OF MISSOURI, 1 : County of Bollinger, ss In the Circuit County of said county, in vacation. The stale of Missouri, at the relation and to the use rf .fames Knahatih, otiloc tor plaintiff vs I olm K. Payers defciuut. At this day comes the plaintiff, by his at torney, ami ti.es his petition, alleging among other things, that defendant is not a resident of the State of Missouri, and cannot be served with the ordinary process of law; whereupon it is ordered by tne Clerk, in va ..eation.' that -said defendant be notified, by publication, that plaintiff has commenced a suitiigainst him in this coart, tie object and general nature of the petition filed is the en forcement of the lien of the State upon the real property in the petition described, silu--aied. in said county, v: U'i, acres, of the west half t section Ave, township thirti, Vaugo ei.'ht east. Ad that unl.-s. Mi said-'Refendant he an-', apix'ar at this court it the next teir.t thereof. !K te-begun and holden at the conrt house. in tne town 01 Marble Hill, in said county, en the second inonday sept. -rubor next ud-.onu belore the sixth day of ssid term, if the term shall so long continue, and if not, then on or before the last day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, .the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered according, .And it is further ordered that a copyjhereof the published, according to. law, in the Marhle "Mill Press, a weekly newspaper published in said county, for four weeks Successively, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before .the commencement of said term. .Win. M, Morgan, circuit clerk. A true copy from dlie reenrd. SI'AL witness my hand, and the seal -of the circuit court of 111- linger count', this J 5 day 0' June, 189 Win. M. Morgan, clork. OKDER QF 'PUBLICATION. .STATE OF MISSOURI, 1 County of Bollinger, ( S5 tin the Circuit County of said county, in vacation. The State of Missouri, nt tlid roiiiliin mill to the use f .lames iSeainntgli, e.nl- lentor. phiiutitl vs the heirs uf -Crowley ami Raldwein, tlefeudants At this day comes the plaintiff, by his at torney, and fi.es his petition, alleging among other things, that defendant is not a resident of the State of Missouri, and cannot be served with the ordinary process ,of law; whereupon it is ordered by the Clerk, in va cation, that said defendant be notified, by publication, that plaintiff has commenced suit against him in this court, t le object and geqeral nature of the petition filed is the en forcement of ;tbe lieji -of the Slate upon the real properly in the petition described, situ ated in said county, viz.: 88 acres lots one nnd two the north west quarter of scetion sevJn, township twenty-eight, ruuge eight east. 320 acres, tho eiwt half f seation tuti township twenty-oight, range eiht eint. 160 acres, thn west half o( the niMth west quarter of section eleven, township twentp-eighi, range night east. 40 acres, tho northeast quarter of the . southwest quarter of seetion Noyeii.tee 1, : township thirty-one range ten east. And that unless the said defendant be and appear at this court at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the conrt house, in the town of Marble Hill, in said county, no the and Monday . in September, next and on 01 before the sixth day nf said term, if the term shall so lone continue, and if not, then on or before the last day of said Uitu, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered according. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof oc iiuniisnea, accoraing to law, in tne Mamie Hill I'MRSi, a weekly newspaper published in said county, for four weeks luccessively, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before the commencement of said term. Win, M. Morgan, circuit olwrk. A tiuoo copy from thn record I SEAL Wltnesa my yhsud, and the leal of the circuit court of , llollingos county thii 13th day of July, ISM. Win, M. Morgan.' clerk. STRAY NOTICE. Taken up by William J D'ltlinyur, In Whito Water township, rHilllngor coun ty, Mlaaoun, and pnatod lHth.ro Jam C BUaltley, Juatiee if tho neaun in Union towbihip: hay ware 6 rra 4ld, 141 banas high, right html foot whif, with torn whit hatn aroand At of rlgtit for ht, ha4 mm ah mhI a awall bolL and btri mm harmrM M saddle icrka. Taken tin nay 2Ut 1SHI) and I mUune lMit. rVnll FINAL -SETTL'ElMENT. , Notice is boreby given to all persons interested ka the estate of Ixxiii breadel aerrasrrt. that the 4udersigned ad ministrator intends to aaaka final settlement of sailiaetate at the next term of Piobate coart, innd lor uie'Coimty-ttfBollinge and state of Misaoari to be 'besua and noldcn in I Hie court bnase in said'Counry on the second Monday inJtucBst, 1SB9. JAMKS 'P. REVELtjE, 9-8 Administrator. FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested tn the estate of R. 11. Tanner, deceased, -that the undersigned , administrator of said estate intends to make ! final settlement thereof at the next term of ' Probate coart. in and for the county ol liolt inger andatate of Missouri to be begun and holden in the court house in said county on second Monday in August, 1889. vo-n8 JAMES P. REVEL! E. -Administrator. FINAL SETTLEMENT. "Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in 'the estate of Nancy fridges, deceased, that 'the undersigned administrator of said estate intends to maeW final settlement thereof at the next term of Probate court, in and for the county of Bollinger and slate of Jiissouri, to begun and holden in' the court house in said county, On the second Monday in Angust, 1S89, JAMES P. RKVELI.E, '9-n8 Administrator. notice oipublTcation; Laxii Office at Ironton, Missouri, July 1st, 1HH9. Notice is here by given that the following named s'efller has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in suppoit of his claim, ai.d that said ptoof will be made before the Judge of Ihe Citcnit t'oitrt, or'in his a'sence, the Clerk nf said Court, at Mai hie Hill, Hnllinger county, Mo., on Saturday, August 17th, 1S80, viz, Mary A Woodfin I'd, Entry No, 67S0 foi Ihe east hall of the northeast quarter! the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter j and the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 12, township 29, north ranee 9 east: He ninies the followinp witnesses to prove his continuous residence upan cultiyatioo of said land, viz: William Klledge, Jacob Elledge, Andrew Garner and Henry J Jansker- All of Shepperville P O lioltinger county Missouri Av person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and regulations of the Interior Department, why such proof should not be allowed, will he given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross examine the witness es of said claimant, . an - offer evidence in reputtal of that submitted by claimant, 9nio JACOB T ARE, Register ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Notice is hereby, given that purstiat to, and by virtue of, n order of sale for the payment of debts made by the l'rohute Court of thn county of Hnllinger of the. state of Missouri, nt Hie May term, 18811, I, C, 1'. Cahlwo! administrator of the es tate or Lizzie Angel, deceased will ou :be 'Twelfth iflayrrf .ta&sr,',188, At ihe west front door of the courthouse of the county ot liollinger, state aforesaid and during tho session of the Probate Court ofsaid county, between the hours of ten o'clock in tho Dorenonn and live o'clock in 'the afternoon of that day, ex pose to public vendue or outcry, to the highest bidder, the following described real estate, or so much thereof as will he suflicteut to saljsy said nlubts due and owing by said estate, tu-uit Part of lot No. !i!l in tango 1) in thn town of Marble 1111 in Bollinger Coun ty Missouri, as shown .by liiu ,.plat of sain town. Tkksis oi' SAfcn 25 per ceut. of thu purchase money to be paid down, and a credit of six months will be given on the remainder, Ihe purchaser giving note with good and sufficient -security tor tin payment of tho remainder of thu pur chase money. CP. CAt.nwKi.i,. v9ifl') .administrator. FINAL SETTLKMENT. Nt TicK is hereby given to all persons intevosted .in the estate of N'ancy A. Kaller, deceased, that the .undersigned administrator or said estate intends to make find seltlnuient thereof nt the next term of l'robate Court, in and for the county ol liolliuger and state of Missouri, lo be begun and holden in the court house in said county, on the second Monday, in August,. 7889, vgmo UEOKUE W. WINCHESTER Administrator, PINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is herehy given to all person interested in .the estate of Jefferson Barks, deceased, that the undersigned administrator of said estate intends to make final settlement thereof at the next term ol Probate Court, in and for the county of Bol linger and state of Missouri, to be begun and .holden in the count .house .in said county, on 'he secoed Monday in August, 1889, v9mo JOHN W HAHN, Administrator. : PINAL SETTLEMENT. Norton is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of 'William 11, .Stevens, deceased, .that the nndcrsigned administratrix of said estate intends to make final settleinentithereof at .the next term of Probate Court, in and for the county of Bollinger and State of Missouri, to he begun and holden in the court house In said county, ou the second Monday in August, 1889. v9nio WARY S StJXV ENS, Administratrix. FINAL SETTLEMENT. Noticr is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of Martin Snider, deceased, thai the undersigned administrator of said estate intends to make linal settlement thereof At the next term Of Probate Court, in and for the county ol I allinger and state of Missouri, to be begun nnd holden In (he court house in (aid county on the second Monday in August, 18X9 vgnio IK STEVENS Administrator FINAL SETTLEMENT, NtjicK is hereby given to all persons Interested in Ihe estate of 'Joel Bellinger, deceased, that tha undersigned aaesuter of said estate Intends to make liniliottlimont thereof at the next term of Ifithalu court, In and ''' county of llo'lingur and statu of Mhmjuri, lo he begun nnd holduii In Hie suari muse in sain amiiii ty, oilhe lucoiid Aonday In August. 18891 1 von 10 V M vu.8, Kxmutrtri , LETTER H3AD4 .Nl EN VEliOFtJ prwMd at at tnl flJoj. - Lund. LTir 111 hun l.. f .AND esXi una 'i id weir imctc. w m i the descriptkwof it to . , 'O. J. SJftDEIl, Land Agency nere, and eani'bmsieeas. feb;j bMWbK e uvanua, SUTHERLAND & BReSESfe LACK-SMITHS, LUTESVILLE, E Have Just erected a new shop' telenrrHashr pot, and is prepared to do all kinds fais smithing, horse-shoeing etc, Cfceaf erf prompt woik executed, . All kinds of wood and wagon -wefcfcs in the best workmanlike manner. l$aTAH work guaranteed. . . H. C. SOHOLli, DEALER IN Dry Good CLOTHING, Boots, Hats, Dress Goods, Fancy tions, and goneral merchaaEak Grocaries, PravlslaMk Flour, Bacon, Lard, tsswr Coffee, Tea, &c, &c. SEWING MACHINES, , . Corn Shelters, and all loarkoeP farm jnachi uery keptoa 1 or ordered. . ( . Ugliest Price Pnl ' nil Kinds oi Produce. MARBLE HILL Boot & Shea SHOP. The undersigned is prfC to do all kinds of work, pejepdt or sewed, coiifse or fine. THE BEST OF MATEfflltt will be used and fill wk billAKAHiXKI-llli. . liepairing don with neaterss: and dispatch. B. L. Bomtjuk. 8-30. AUGUST BOHNSAC. 'fit - em.' ' 1 jP General - Hardware, MAKBLE HILL, m. Dealer in the following h-aiiocisf PLC W8! P LO'WfS J. H- Koelker, SteelfiooChffleiWs! Chilled, Avery Slelxa4 Cast Oliver Chilled Foints.Iroa lUmai Double Shovel; also Bdt ville Siilkey jtak.es, " Cai tienter and Blatftsmitk . plies, Cutlery, OlBce,ParJrBi Cook Stoves. - Tin. Copper and Sheet torn; Ware Manufactured cf USE QUALITY, at Low Prices. Nails Glass, Dcors, Sa sad Blinds Call and See. GEO. E. CL VRK. DKALEtt ,IS HAKDWAKE, : "(SliEsi, Stoves, : Farming, - Implamaca,' :; Faru Machinery, Cook stoves, ileatinffstowa, . Tin, vine, Cutlery, Iroa tS Sireul, Pittsbuigk CvaL, Lu 131 b e E Builders Hardware, Windows, Pine and PeyJai. trv ; ber, Cypres 8hinlee, Uxt jj ' Cement.: ifc"'".' Call at ryft3N, 1 tt'nD for barjrnlns. " 1 ' 4 . . . '' V T".'''f $ "' .-:;,'.,' : -.: -. 4-: . s c? p, I i S.' .V,,i.-