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THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.
VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MIS$QURI, PKIDAY, MARCH 1, lUOl. NO. 'Jo Final Settlement. .NOTICK Ii lierebe glea Ibat I will, admlnlMiator of th lat el CATIIKtlSKl'F.W. drceaaed, male float elllrineiil of mIJ ciute it Ibe utxl April term of tho Probate court ol MeotrMurry rounl;, atate ( Mleaourl, at tlie City ol Mnntr.aie re, aal J term ol court bcxIooInK on tbe M Honilajr la April, 1IMI. lAMKr) MAtlt'IN. Admi'r, Ealaieof Catbrrlse IV. dereaaed, Kel. ti 1901. U ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice It berrbr xlrru.tliat letlrra of Ad inlulitiallon upon tbe ealatr. offbirlea Jvirpli tWorlaod, defeated, litre been Rrantitl to tbe iinOriifDfd t.jr tlie l'robatr rourl nl iloiilgfltnerT countjr, Mlaaaoiirl. I.eatlDK data tbe Mil dee of February I KOI. All prraaoa bating elalma agalnit aald ealair are resulted to eiblbll Ibem to me lor altuwaiiee within one jear from tlie dale ofi.lil Irtleri.ur tbe mty be precluded rromao) Lmrlftol eucb eatale, audit aald elalma be not eibllilted wltbln two )tara Iroui tbe dale of aald xrant of letlera, the be lureter barred. It. (,'. UltKIOAX, Kebiuary XI, IWUii. Administrator, Truatao'a Sal. Wberrat Joeepli t. looker and Kettle Look er, bll lfe, did br ibrlr oaruln dteUot trutl.dated Au.. ix.l0,aad recorded Aug, 'til tsW in kiorttf a(e book 37. pai( 210, In llu- nlllce ol lbetKeeordf rof Peodeol Mont goiuerjr rotinl, Mleaourl. roarer la II. V. JoLuion, truatee, the tollowiof deacrlbed real eitale, Irlnx and belnj In the rmintj oflontuiDorr and atateortliaaouu.to-wlt: An undlvldrd rljtbt slutbe (,!; luurrat in at.d to Ibe eait ball of Iba toutbraat iUir. lerul arrtlon iwenlj.llte (SA)lit toweablp rifle Ol) raage lour (4) writ, ronlalnloK aOarlie more or If m, alio IN acre a more or lra, bclu( the north part of lha northeatt fourth id the northeatt uartrr or arcllou lblrt).ilx (M) lowmhli ulljf (.V) ran Jour (I) writ, and niote particularly dr. arrlbtd a lollowa: llrlnnlu( at tbe M s ronirr ofaectlon !W, and runnlnx tt.euce auuili u Ibr range line to foot of the hill, II.iii. ii weit, around the bruw ol the bill lii I lir braiirb, thence up Ibe branch to W hue ol aald.X r! quarter of S K quarter, arrtluD .VI. thenre north tntbeaaidaerilou line, ibeure eait In bficlUDlnx, Wl.l, Ii aald lonrejaiicn waatnadetoaecuri! entail. proinUaorr note In aald drril de. arilUd.aud wbereaa.-loaeph J. Looler, be, Inx dead more tliati 11 -innthe and hating ilrfaullrd'ln the pairornlol raid note and Hileieit thereon, now. therefore) at; the re Ural ol the Ii al holder of aald note, and III puiauaurenfthe protltlona nl aald deed of truil, I, II. W. Jobnaon.wlll on HATirilDAY, JIAItCII 10. 1001. aril at the court huuae door. In the city of Montgoinerr. Montgoaerj rounl;, Ml.iou rl. LrtMcen the houtaofnlne o'clock III the forenoon and lire o'clock In Ilia allcrnoon ol that dajr, aril at public rendue to tbe liltfbrn bidder, lor catht tbe abote de arrlhed rr.il ritate to aallafr aald note and Inlrrial, luiftlher wllb the coat ol eierut Inx tbla trutt. II, W JUIINOtt, Truitee, Feb. 'ii to MaVrh.. 10. l!ll. TruBtee's Salo. Whrrraa. Joaeph i. lwker, and llrttle l.oir. b!a wife, bjf their rrrUlu deed ol truat. dated Aujruitil, 1MW, and recorded Auituat SI. Ir). in Morliaxe Itnok J7, l'x lllnlii the nlHceofthe llrrorder of Perde of Mit uioraerjr roucty, Mlaioun, eonrejed toll.H' Jobu'eon. Iru.trf, tbe following d nrlbcd real ealate l;lnx and be lux In tha I rouniy of Wonlxomery and Stale o( Mia-n.uii.lo-r.ll: Anundlrldcd KIrIiI Nlntha luleri al In and to, the Wrat lull ot the mi Hi Kal quarler of accllon twenty In Tonimhlii Viny ltane lour Weal, Contain Jnir HO ai rra, mnre or If'. al'O the followlnx part of Ibe North Weal quarter ol the Noilh Can quarter ol aecllon thirty alx In Town, ablp FII1V, Kaiixe lour Wrat. aa lollnwa: ' llrclnnliixou tho Hrcllon Hue al the Norlll i:l rornrrnfaald 40 arrra. and runnlnx Houlh on the Katt Unit thereof, to corner of Itaxicr'a ISarre plrre, thence In a North Weaterly direction nlonx and with a ainall llranrh to where tt rroca tbe North line iifn-rll.inlt'i.thenre Kat along the lecllon lino tu place of hrxlnlnz cniitalnlnx Ore arrra more or leea, which aald conveyance waa inu.lt- to arcure a eeilalu ptomlaory uotelnaalil died drarrlhrd, nnd wherein .liiacphd. I.ool.cr belnx dead more than V inonlha and Inrlnx defaulted In paymet t ul anl'l nolo and Interral thoreon, now, Ihcrelor.ntthe rrquratoflbe Irxal holder of aald note, and In purauencc ol tbe pro. vlalonaoraald deed ol truat. I, II. W. Jolinaon, will on DATUIinAV, MAUUn 10, 1W1. aell at the court houio door, In tbe city of Moiitcoinory. Montxoinery counly, Mlaiou rl, between the hour or nine o'clock In tin lorenoou nnd lire o'clock In tbe arte rroon of that day, aril at public rendue to the hllhtat bidder, for caih) the above deacrlb ed real ratate to aatlaly aald nolo and Inter, oat. together wlih U" r0,t of 'lll tlili truat. II. W. Johnaon.Truatcf, Feb. 52 to March 10, 1901, John Mitrtln, who has held a po Hltlon with Hubs Broa., for thf pat bIx or olRht ycow will open up a fornml now grocery about tho llrxt of April In the room formerly occupied by tho City Drug Store. 'r. Mnrtlu in an oil round up-to. dnto Rood buslneos man, nnd wc predict Unit ho will hove o buc ccKHful buHlnes. Tho Tribune Yvlnheu Johnlo oil kinds of uccen, EDITORIAL SQUIBS. The Cuban comtltutlonal con Tcnllon ban nhowu a lock of Rrall tudo to tho United Statex for what they have done for tho people of Cuba. The Cubntin ahould rise to the level of common gratldudc, Jf they aro capablo of doing o and how their Kreat protector that they have tome appreciation of what haa beon done for them. Prank Hamilton, the Minneapo lis newripnpcr reporter who wan convicted of mannlaughter, for the killing of Ix-onnrd Day, the mll llonalre, last November, waa aen tenccd to the penitentiary for elev en yearn. He will be put at hard labor lb the name penltentlnry with tho noted Youngar boya who aro nerving out life ncntenroa there. Mr. Carrie Nation la out of jail onco more and on Wednesday of thlHwcek edited tha I'corla, III,, Journal one dny. The city paper Hay tho Journal waa red-hot nnd Mr. Nation did not uho tho hcIh nor either in editing the paper but wrote nearly all the nrtleleit hcrnclf and thnt they were red-hot ahot agalnit the brewer and rum Heller. Hepreentntlve Mnbry of thin county has uprung Into farao by Introducing n reoolutlon In tha leg islature to prevent polo cata from running nt large In the elty of Ht. I.oul. The rcaolutlon hna been referred to the committee on pub lic heulth and HcIentlUc lnntltu- tlon. Tha ntntu pay V a day, and feed for audi munlfontatlon of political htittcHinaiirihlp. NF.WTON COKNEUU5 KILLI-D, Horribly Cut to Plecea With a .Steim Wood SawDeath Instant. Nowton Cornelius, wIioho home 1 I mile enatof Montgomery City wn caught In n ntenm wood uw, Monday afternoon, between .'I and I o'clock, nnd Instantly killed. Tho particular of this lirrlblo acci dent a nenr a we eould learn were as follow 1 Mr. Cornellu brought a load of hogs to Montgomery to ship to Ht. I.ouIm llml night, but while here, sold them to Win. Wnlil. the hog buyer, and arranged to go to St. LouIh with them thnt night, Re turning to hi home nbout noon, ho began nawlnn Home wood with hlNHtcnm saw, after dinner. It wo reported here that tho aw had n crack or frncturo In It, but not con sidered ditngcrouM. Ho and the other men who were helping him hud been nt work for omo time when it hcc m Mr. Cornellu put on a stick that In some way bent tho nw, when the gnp flaw out of It, letting tho opnnlng In tha saw catch on the stick, which jerked the uxel from the frame on which tho saw wan fasteuud. It seems that the saw jumped over and struck tho unfortunate man on tho back, cutting hi back-bone Into, and nearly severing tho body. It then struck him, on tho right nrm and left arm nearly severing all the Hash from them, und then struck on the back of tho head cutting Into tha skull .and down through the forehead. Death was Instantaneous. Before tho other men, who wcro helping could rea lize what had happeucd, tho un fortunate victim wn cut nil to pieces. Mr. Cornelius was an old resi dent of this county, a well to do farmer nnd had n wide circle of acquaintances and friends. He was about SO or CD years old and had several grown children. One of hit daughters 1 tho wife of Henry Auchley, a farmer living la that neighborhood. Elder Cophcr, ot Moberly, Mo., was telegraphed for and came down Tuesday morning and went out to preach tho funeral which was held at Price's Branch, on Wednesday forenoon. W. C. Crandall has opened up a nice neat little stock of groceries in tho Hudson building next door to D. Snethcn's harness shop. Mr, Crandall would be pleased to have his friends and acquaintances to call and see him. RfiL Stoves and Ranges. MADE BY BRIDGE. BEACH & COMPANY. Oast Stoves. Arc tlie StoVH Unit our inotlii'i-M lined. They found lliem good. Try tlit'in and if they are not the bent we ret urn your money. FIRE BACKS WARRANTED lo YEARS. i Bridge k Beach Mgf. Company. I If ave hud ii HiieceHHfitl und eontinuoiiH htirthifMN for 3 (!.") yearn in the manufacture of flint-ehns ntoven and 2 rangi-M. I For convenience, economy and durability, there g no family range made to equal the Sujierior Steel Halite. Va'eVeS)af'Wf WNrVVWVWVVWWVHVVAAlA aNaerafV FOR SALE BY Hlepint Aluminum 1 Finirdii'd Range. I ? I R. G. WHITE & CO. Monlgomery City. The Court House Case. There have been coitHldornblo intercut and Inquiry n to the out come of the court house removal qucatiou. Wo are all qui to anxi ous to know what tho rcault will be, but we have to wait till tho Su premo court llnds time to pass on tho rase. Tho cac was ubmltted to the Supreme court ot Missouri on the HHIi of tht month. Hon. C. It. Hall, ex-prosecuting attorney of thl county, Judge J. D. Harnett, of thl city and Hon. W. H. M. Cook, present prosecut ing attorney of this county present cd tho cuno for 'tho county before tho Supramu court Tuesduy, Feb. 10th. Put Cullen, ot Mexico, re presented tho opposor of removal. As for oh wo havo beun able to get at the facts In tho poiltlon taken by Mr. Cullen, they seem to be, tosny tho least, rather hypcr-techlcal points of law. Tho Colorado de cision on u somewhat lmllar caso would seem to Indicate that Mr. Cullon hud fighting show, while tho West Virginia case, which was somewaat similar Is decidedly In favor of the removal, It Is very doubtful If the. Su preme court will hand dowa'u , de cision boforo the middle ot March, and may not that soon. Until then, those Who aro deeply Interested In this '30-years war" will bavo to possess themsclucft with due pati ence, In tho mean tlmo wo presume that tho war of words between our homo puglllitts, Jacks and Pearson, will go on, They have been shelling each other's breast works for tbe past six months on this court house question, but neither seems to havo hurt the other my much. Wo propose they will now open' up a hot firing with 13-Inch guns, and throw all kinds ot shells, bombs, and Infernal machines clear over each other's fortifications Into tho commissary department and tho hospital tents. Until the Supreme court bands down It decision while our brethren of the press continue their war, tho Tribune wilt wait ot see If tho unexpected happens. Paul Cater hat been very sick for the past week. The Boy on the Ice. The boy stood on thu enko of lee From which the rent had lied ; "Well now, by Jinks! tills hero' u nlco old fix I'm In," he ald. And as h drifted from the land He cried! "Hny. father, my Why do you stand nor lift n huml, And let me blow nwoyV" "My child, my child," thu father cried. "Pray do not bo a fool, Don't bear your weight on either cool, my won, keep cool I" Tha boy to better hear hi dad, Stepped forward juat a mite - The cake tipped over, nnd the lnd Well, he kept cool ull right. MOHALI Tho boy upon tha cake of Ice Would not be there to bawl If ho wero one Whom good udvlcu Could over help at all, Chicago TimcH-Hcruld. Flory'i Campaign Scrnpbook. "No, I did not keep thu various cartoons, complimentary and oth erwise, which appeared during my race for governor," aald Joseph Flory In chatting with nu Inter- y lower in Mucon tho other day, "1 hadn't tlmo to do It myself, ami did not deem it worth whllu to em ploy a clipping bureau, I had an alert office boy, however, with nu cyo for tho picturesque, and ho preserved cartoons and articles In a scrapbook, which he presented to mo after the election. He tolls me ho pasted the complimentary stuff In tho front part of the volumn and tbo other kind In the back. This will necessitate my begin ning to read It Chinese fashion to leave tho propcrtaste In my mouth. I havo not yet had time to scan tho volume, but Imaglno It Will afford plenty of amusement. Comment was not conflnod to this state by any means. Writers and artists from every state In the Union took a hand, nnd I received markod co pies of English papers that com mented on my canvass." Editor John Harris of the Aux vasse Review was here Wednes day, to visit his son, Will Harris, who Is attending school In this city. Blghtrenth Century Prices. Otirdou Orovenor, of Lawrence recently came across an account book kept by one of hi ancestor. wh waa a atorekeeper from I7tW to 1 ilK!. From charge In thl book tha price of certain article are found to be aa follow! Wheat, 8l.l2n btiahel; corn, 0'Ju a hushel; beef, lie a pound; ten, 7,'ic a pound; augur, 25e a pound; butter lie a pound; npples, 3,'lc n bushel; rum, HI cent a gallon; nail' H7c per thouanntl; pin, .11 cent a thou and; women' shoe, 11.02; linen, Sl.r(7 per yards calico, l,02 per yard ; green thread atocklng, 91 ; llk glovt-t, XI. Mi broadcloth, M M per yard; eambrlek, 9I.0U per yard; lawn, SI.K7 pr yard; red Hlialloim. HI.OO m-r vards bomba zlne,S7o a yard; fuallnit Mo per yard. Slinlloou wan a kind of llnn- nel goods; hombnzlnr wa n dn good m de of -Ilk and cotton, and fimtlan wn a roiirao cotton, Mr. Orovenor found only one entry which would Indicate the price of labor of that time. A limn wn credited with n load for hauling six loud of grain ten mile. "I ankoil n gentleman who was pout ed In such matter what the name work could bo done for now," asy Mr. (Irownor, "and he anld from &I..V) to l n load, or four times n much its then," The Vanishing flrand Army. In the Grand Army the mortality In tho year IIMKI wa 10,800, decld edly tho !argchtaggregntolnco the order wu formed. The total num ber of death In 1HMI wa .'l,(r.D. In I V.H) tho total went beyond 5,000, nnd wo botweell 7.000 and H.000 nnnully until lut year, when there wn a heavy Increase. In IHIKI the membership wu 100, ISO. Last your It hud been reduced to 270, 00.1, The annual mortality I up prnaclilng I percent, and by the year 1110 moro than half the mem ber wilt havo pnsed away. It I nearly thlrty-alx year alnci; the war closed. Moat of the miri'Ivora arn near 00. Tho president, who entered tha aervlco as a minor, Is In hi IMh year. Am tlw average age of enllntinunt was 21, there are many men who were ,'10 or over when they joined tho army und are now verging on three scoro nnd ten, Among general ofllcer thu lost HUNtalned I tlll mora strlkluir. Shetldan ami Thomas died tinder GO. Palmer and Prentl nnd Cox nro among Tecent losses. Few corps and division commanders remain. Thu next general reunion of tho grand Army, In September, hiis been changed from Denver to Cleveland on account of fatigue and travel. Much 1 ald of the great total of pensions, but It Is apparent that tha main basis Is but a matter of a few years, ii con sideration entitled to weight with those who oppose tho policy of giv ing something to tho old soldier who offered to glvo ull, llfo Includ ed, to tho country. But for these same veterans there would bo no country us It now exists, und tho glory and greutnoss of tho United Stutes would have been extinguish ed a generation ago, O.-D, Missouri Synod to Meet. Dr. John H. MacCrackon, Presi dent of Westminster College, left for St. Louis Wednesday morning, where ho will attend a meeting of tho educational committees of tho Presbyterian church, South,. of tbo Synod of Missouri, which meeu In thnt city Thursday. At this meet lug the question ot thu oc-ordlna-tlou of tho Presbyterian education al Institutions of tho state will bo discussed. The plan In general contemplates tho designation of one male and one femalo college, as the leading Institutions In tbe state, and all others to bo regarded as academical Institutions, Fulton Sun. A Mnloo court Is reported to havo decided that n burled body Is tho property not of tho surviving hus band, wife, parent, child or other relatives, but of the owner ot tbe burial lot. This Is a legitimate application of landlord law. Tho burled body, like a fixture, bo comes part of the realty. The Public, Preached by Telephone. The People' Telephone? Com pany aided Her. O. L. Martin Wednesday evening In accomplish Ing a feat never before performed In thl or perhaps In any other county In the state. Ills. sermon delivered In the Methodist church at this place was listened to and enjoyed by people In various part of the county. Howard Kill, with the aid of his lineman, Oeo. Card well Installed a desk telephone on n table near where Her, Martin stood to deliver hla aermon. Prevlnu warning waa ghen to the people a to when the phone would be opened. And tht tlmo wa watched for eagerly. Connection wa madent 7 o'clock to a territory of about 10 mtlo. The experiment wn premlneul- ly satisfactory. The peoplo out over the line declared that they eould follow therpreacher through hi dl('oure, and In thu .Hinging, voice were eanlly rreognlied. The patron of the telephone company wero profuse In their prnlso of the effort and appreciated tint, sermon brought within their hotues.-J.Nuw Floreneit leader. ' Oraut Nutter left here Ut Mon day for the glorious climate of California. He had been cfmlctn plutlug on going to town till a very short time Ix.fore he loft. He I a moit excellent young man, and wn wish him Nuecei In hi now Held. Wo nro very certain a young lady of thl nolghhorcood will mis hla mulling face. If hoi pleased with California he will remain till 11HKI. Severn! pnrtle from hero at tended thu cloHlugexerclsosntllii zt.l Dell last Friday. A nice time I reported. A nice dinner wa much in evidence. Afternoon the time wn spent la rendering the piece which wero very good In deed. The Hazel Doll school I n line school, mid Is also n very pleasant one a well. We under stand thnt Mr. Martin, the teacher there, gave good satisfaction. Mr. Martin Is a good Uacher and wr, wish him aurcOHs wherever h goe. Lincoln Cor. to Chips. Ilrookflfld, Argus Sale flopped. Drooklleld, Mo., February IH. Tho Ilrooklluld Argus was not sold, according to ox-Oov, Stephens' advertisement. Mr. Stephens' law yer was hero for tbe purpoe of making the sale, but It wa top ped by Messrs, Oreen Si Crum packer, giving a delivery bond, pending their suit against Steph ens for political und personal nd- vertllng. Nearly all of the busi ness men In town signed the deliv ery bond Tho Argus people will buy a new press ond material Im mediately, and In caso they nro beuten, when their caso come to trial, tho old outfit will go to the bidder, aud.they will start another paper. It. M". White, editor ot the Mexi co Ledger, and oneot the holdover member of the Board of Manngera of tho Lunutlo Asylum at Fulton, says In his paper of tbo llth that the appointments Tory eloirly In dicate that thu school of medicine ' In thin Institution will bo changed , from the homeopathic to tho allo pathic. Tbo appoint .ant on this board are all first class business men and will look after t the best- Interests of the state." , t When cx-OonTMBuin Culbcr-, son, of Texas, waa la Detroit tbo other day bo caught a bad cold. "If I wero at borne" be sold, "iny ; wife would get out a plecoof flaa- ij; nil nnd mv tnntKe-r-ln-law whK3 Is an nnirel would BAko me ahor- ! rlble lilxture of vineear. onions.' uofc auu luuiiciu. a auum wu Mfc to bed, ana wtiea I woue ujra'fu would be woll. It la a horriale; mixture, out t win was at noaM.y ine Dame wry i rvansaa. , . , 1 . ll. . . i 1 I iiurran tor ine cuaieauai ,5! See how It hacks! r Dowa with the tolntlst, v i.,m And ud with the ox! .. ''I For wo'll rally round the. hakhetv nau tmuj vmot kiiiu, Shouting the battle ery of Xastaai. viucago. wu;.. Mist BaUlo OliaWbv. of 'Kyu was shopping la MaBtgoiaerjr ,lat- uroay, , w 1 .. . " ,tim ISSE-EVS-sssMsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi