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It if t ML -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year, . Q. Fulkersok, Businoss Manager. Thursday, April 17, 1890. There were 10.19 men In lino du ting the parade. The G. A. R. encampment was not tbc howling buccc9S anticipated. Sritmo is acting the coy maiden to perfection. Wo hope a3 she grows older she will quit her kittenish ways. Tub warden has put up a beautiful Iron fenco around his premises, and further embellished and bcautiflcld the grounds by flag stone walks. The State ReruuLicAX does not liko to be outdone in philanthropic condolences by the Tribune. Wo al ways try to be as generous as our neighbor, and sympathy is so cheap. By tho Tribuno taking tho initiative, wo wore reminded our shortcoming, hence our tribute to Mr. J. Houston Goodwin. We hopo for the good of the late vender of cheap jewelry, that Gen. X. Y. Z. of the Philadelphia com pany will not linar of his performan ces here. lie claimed to be subject to instant dismissal if selling over two dozen envelopes of jewcly that the general had apportioned to Jef fcrscu City as her "aliquot share" according to population. Tbc lion. John O'Day may regard it as a sig nificant coincidence that he stretched the amount to fifty-two at one time. It behooves the republicans of Jef ferson City to be up and doing in re lation to the meeting of the republi can convention of tills state. The democratic regime has had no op portunity to view several hundred good republicans at one time . The convention ought to be held hero, and all the republicans in the state who can, ought to come. It would be a pleasing beginning to the re publican conclave of odlce holders who will hold forth here for the four years succeeding Francis. Grand Duke Vladisnir, brother of the t'.ar of Russia, heads a minis terial section, urging tho czar to create a parliament, consisting of the representatives of nobility and Cz'JFs well known repugnance to parliament, and it is sincerely to be iiopetl that be will listen to reason i time to save his head, as that nart o his anatomy Is threatened literally anu iiguraiively ith the wind blowing: direcllv from the southwest, and the buildin" nt the penitentiary on the extrem southwest afire, the fiightful possi bilities of a horrible holocoiisl are at once apparent. Had it not been for our cflleient system of water works which the prison olllcials have so re ccntly adopted, a disastrous conlla ration would no doubt have to be chronicled. The governor and in spcctois merit the approbation of the entire stale in so effectually protect- mg lis property, Tiiu members of the G. A. R. were loud in their praises of Hie facility with which Jefferson City handled tho crowd. It has always been known that Jefferson City could do better in that respect than any city of its size in Missouri, and only offers an other illustration of the many reasons wny it sliould have had thu demo crane convention. Being political Headquarters for the dcmocralii party, they ought to hold their poll tical pow wows under the protecting wing or the democratic lendeis and not force those holders of the govern ment rams to suspend operations, wniic uiey rusn oft to some extrem end of the state to see to affairs that could bo conducted under their no- lineal noses to munh better advant age. The average democrat loves to ride on a past. SAMUEL J. RANDALL In the death of Samuel J. Randall, tho country lcse3 an eminent states man, a profound thinker and one of tho mo&t upright and conscientious citizens of the present day. Thirty five years ago he entered upon a po llticol career a poor man, and at his death, with all the advantages that naturally come to ono so prominent, not one single act of his can be point cd to as having been directed by n Bclfish motive to gain wealth, and he dies almost . as poor as when he en tered public life. Tho democratic party will naturally ino'mntholossof this distinguished citizen and demo crat, but, in his death, a thorno is removed from their side. Abie, fear less and conscientious in Ins convic tions, ho lias fought for the principles of a protective tariff, against almost a united democracy. In his death thero is no ono upon whose should ers tho mantle of this eminent states man can fall, and it consequently leaves the protectionists in tho demo cratic party without a leader. In his speech of wolcomo to tho members of the Grand Army of tho Republic, Gov, Francis again demon strated his ability to say tho right thing at tho right time and place. Whilo opposing Mr. Francis as tho nominee of the democratic party, and while tho gimblct hole politician in and about the capitol and Jefferson City were abusing him, we took oc casion to say that he sliould bo nomi nated because he possessed the brains, the youth and the vigor and progressive ideas that were so neces sary to place Missouri in its proper light before the world. That judg ment has been vindicated beyond the measure of our fullest expecta tions. In every position where placed he has proven himself equal to the emergency. In his treatmont of tho members of the Grand Army of tho Republic, lie has added many friends to his list, as every one had a kind word for him before they left. Xow, at thi3 time comes young William, emperor of Germany, and deposes that he is able to run-his own country without advice from anybody, and urges as a matter of reform (?) a reduction of .the powers of the llundes rath, and concentrating power in a ministry controlled by himself. How that differs from constituting himself the only great mogul, wo are unable to understand. The princes of the Gorman empire arc endeavoring to reduce the largeness of his head by well directed opinions levelled at it. but so far have failed. His latest fad is to kibs and be friends with France and enter Pails amid the cheers of the populace. William dearly loves fus3 and feathers, and if lie is not caicful will sacrifice his throne and be eseo.ledto the bord ers of his country with a largo and imposing pageant in his iclimic to sec that he gets there. His idea ii to reduce the standing army except along the borders of- Russia, and give up Aleace and Lorraine as a sort of neutral territory, all foreign powers to pledge themselves not to invade it. Ho no doubt thinks the people will be so grateful to him for "Great I Am, all to himself. 1 i ' ' 8.,tr. Peters 38 V. 3. Leslfo . 30 II. T. Kincado 10 J. N. Itoark 41 John Vv I.ane 42 J. N. Chambers 43 William Getneltiliarilt 44 Klnscy WllhlUs 45 John Hutson.i 40 Henry Uausuausen 47 J. E. Gouge 43 JIA1UON ITEMS. Tho steamer Helena passed up Sunday on her llist trip and lctt Tagart & Elliott a lot of goods. They shipped a lot of poultry ou her down trip Monday. Mr. Joseph Inglisli, tho stock king of Moniteau county, was In town Monday. X, W. Dick, tbo traveling salesman of AIMi'o Grocery company of St. Louis, was In town Tuesday and sold Tngart & Elliott a bill of groceries. Mr. 1 M. Tiigart and David I.lndsey, Capt. J. Glenn, Capt. Ed Stuart, 0. 0. Tngart and Ids sous and Fred Itltbel, and Fred Honsuckcr and Gilmer Tngart ami At thtir Dawson, J. V. lllckam and wife of Miulou attended the grand army encampment nt tho Capital Thursday. All came back well pleased with their 2 days sojourn In tho city. Tho school nicotine; passoil off quietly Tuesday Mr. Isrel Garnett, one of our best farmers was elected director. Mr. Henry K.tushausen was elected road overseer ot this district. Henry Is a good ouc. - Mr. V.. M. Tngart U putting on sotno good Improvement on Ids lots In this pluco . . Mr. F. M. Tjg.irt went to Alton, 111., on business and returned Friday. Mr. Lold G.imett and bis brother, Isrcl, caught four red foxes last Satur day. Mr. F. 31. Tngart and David I.lndsey attended the Grand Army Post at Cca tretown last Saturday. Wo arc glad to learn that C.ipt. John son Glenn Is up again. Mi'. ThoiiMt lluckncr of Moniteau county, delivered a Hue lot of fi tilt trees heie tho other day. in Congressman Bland says the house committee has consented to the ap propriation of SM.OOO for the con struction of a lock and dam nt Shir. icy ononis. Mr. island has been congress nearly sixteen years, and if lie lias any influence there it is strange an appropriation lias not been mide. His saying the house "committee lnis consented to an ap- piopiiaiion ' clots not improve the Osage, or satisfy the people of his district, who arc inteicsted in the Osage liver improvement. Notice of Final Settlement- Notice 1 hereby irlvcn that tho unilnr signed administrator of the estate of .Miigilulenu btoluln-'cr, deceased, will mnl.o Html settlement of his accounts with said c.-tato as such administrator at tlio next term of thu probate court nf i-oiu county, Missouri, to bo holden nt me wny ot .lefter.-on, In said eounlv. on the 2.1 Monday of May, A. D.t 1S0O. J- X. .STIXNINOElt, AilinlnUtintor. iV full Hit of road ovcileers oloetn,! under the new law, Tuesday, April i, 1600: Xanics. folin Stegcman George Kin" Henry grimmer , Donad Ihler Geo. W. Wnlther... It. II. Wuukeiibori;, , Caspar Tollman II. Schnelt'crs Edward I.eutlieu I. M. Pendleton Conrad 1. linger..... Hcrnard Dulle .'titer Helper Adam Glob I- A. 7.. Stauffer. . . . CCiarenljaelt lolin A. Flcssa ?x Scruggs Iienbooui Taylor Goudnll Andy Xcl"hborn Win. Ogden It. S. Dlxou It. U. Glover Win. A. Spauldliic... Clinilcs Long It. Taylor Fred Schmooer Geo. X. Sullivan.... Peter Vneel Xlck Stehlelu ohn Welch, sr Xlek I.lnbanlt.sr ohn ICautei), I. Steelty I.. A. Wado Xo. DIst. 1 o 3 4 ... 8 ... f ...10. ...11 ...12 ..111 ...14 ...IS ...10 ...17 ...18 .. lfl ...20 ...21 ...2-3 I SCKUGS Damp, dull weather. Farmers most through sowing oats. Miss Pollle Miller stopped in Jeff City hut week. Tho aged parents of Mrs. D. Coffelt started for their homo In Northwest Missouri last Monday. Mr. C. F. Bucutc has tho foundation laid for another room, which ho Is pie- pariug to attach to his establishment. Mr. Daniel Coffelt says ho Is very thankful to tho Individual for placing iHSl9IK4j,liJrifItttajfy ages. Those who attended the reunion so far as hcnrii from, report a good time. Mlja C.1I n ..... . . ...v- vuyuer iciurueu Home arterseveral day away with friends. Mr. Albert Dlstler will move in his new residence this week so we hear. FARM NOTES Trustee's Sale. WlioiciwJ'uarrick Bruiik.on Maich 13, 1882, 00000? to Kttmy Wllhtto as trustee, to secure n note toWni. Ander son, southwest jU,'6oo. l(!,townsblP-45, raftgo Msand, Whcroasi,-A. II. Workman and.Susan M. Yorkrriah,0n Maroli0,1888,eonvcyodj to Pr jor Leach asitrustce, tho undivided 1-7, of soathwest 1-4 section 10, town ship 45, rango 13, and tho southeast of southeast, section 17, township 45, rango 13, to secure a nolo therein dcscrlbod to Qcrgolt. Brtink; aud Whtreas', C. M. Urunk and wife, Leo 8. llrunk, convoyed to G. It. Drunk, as trustee, tho. undivided onc-soventh of southwest 1-4, section 10, and tho south cast of southeast, section 17, all lu town ship 43, rango 13, to scctiro nolo to Re becca MoWorknitiu, all of wh!ch said deeds of trust are recorded In the. re corder's ofllco of Colocotmty,Mo. ; and Whereas, oil of said notes are over due aud unpaid; and Whcreas,tho said trustees, Klusy Wll hlte, Prior Leach aud Gcorgo It. Ilruuk, rcfuso to fell as trustees, now.thcrcfoic, as provided by raid deeds of ti ust, and at tho request of tho legal holdcis ot said notes, I, Thomas II. Mahan, sheriff uf Cole county, will sell said real estate to ply said notes at tho courthouse door In Jeffeison Cltyou j MOND'AVi, MAY 10, 1800, to tljc hlgbesl&ld lor for cash, between tho hours of 0 o'clock in tbo forenoon and 5 o'clock lu tho afternoon of Eald day. TII03. B. MAHAN, Sheriff ot Cole county, Mo. DIKECTORy , KLSTON, COL15 COUNTY, Mo. CHUUCII MKET1N03. Baptist, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: JJALLMEYE JsiSURANeE G3-iTO-r S. D. TURNER, Physician. S. M. ELSTON & Co., General Merchandise and Jobbers in Farm Machinery, Binders Twine, &c. &c. &c. B. LACKAMP, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwaro, Tinware, Furniture, Collins, Etc. GEORGE ELSTON, Drugs and Grocciios, Express and Rail-Road Agent. J. J. SHRIKE. Watchmaker and Jeweler. Repairing Promptly Done and Warranted. CE NTH ETO WN , COLE CO. MO. CllUtiCIl MEKTINOS. Presbyterian, Third Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. T. A. GREENUP, Post Mailer and Justice of the Peace. Prop'r Commercial Hotel. Dr. Mr A. DUNLAP, , Druggist. MURRAY & WEAVER, General Merchandise. A. A. CAMPRELL General Merchandise. D. L. IIATUI10HN, General Merchandise. GEORGE POPE. Prop'r Hotel and Denier in Fine Whiskies, Wines ami Cigars. C, W, WALLEHDORF, Manager. Fire, Tornado, Cyclone, The following Reliable Companies represented ; Fire Association, German American, Hamburg llicmcn, Home, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Globe, People's, Milwaukee, Mechanic. Oakland Home. Traders', Fhcnix, Phoenix, Spiingtleld, United Firemen's, Western Home, trOlllce over Thomas' store, Corner High & Madison Sts. JOHN F. F LESS A, Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff. MARION, COLE CO., MO Wherever there Is a low. damn, nhiee mere Sliould Do a ditch or au under laicr ui uraiu uie. Plum trees tlirivo best on a somewhat heavy soli, Hioiil'Ii thev can bo 'Town aiso on light sandy locations. uicriles nro an excellent cron to sell. aud more trees should bo set out. The annual demand Is creator than tho snr- Ply. lr--laked llmo dusted over the "round around young trees Fcrvc a a partial protection against some kind of insects. Trees which bear stone fruit must 1 grafted early, as tho bark will peel off and cml up if It is Injured after tho sap starts. Ho not use sprutcd seed of anv kind. 'otiitoes that aro kept at too hl-di a tern- pclaturo will sprout, which Injures them io a coitaln extent. On many farms It would bo wiser to start a new garden thanlo uso tho old ono full of weed seed. Sn says Waldo F. Ilrowil lu the U'erHv Till,,,,,. At this season tho wclli from -lilM, tho thinking water Is obtained are liable o no polluted with surface water. Orn.l,. around tho well aud force tho surface water away. Prof. Mayuard is nuolcd as f.ivlncr that birds do more good thau hiiriu to ino mrmer ami orchard, aud ili.it mm- trees should be planted that they may t iihu snaiooi the fruit and leave some lor tho grower, In purchasing young trees for spilng planting it Is best to purchase of somo nurseryman in tho snmo latitude or nuiuor north, as those grown to tho southward nro lluhlo to bo too far ad vanced for safo transplanting. CONSUMPTION BRONCHITIS 'MtNfMU JUL-.A.. , ar JUiffnntitf Lack GOUQHorCDLD Throat Affectlcn of Strennih or ir fowir, you can bo rctlmd ami CurtH tin ULSIOI TAGART & ELLIOTT, General Metchaudise and Country Produce. OSAGE CITY, die Co., Mo. C. KOEIILER, Dealer in General Mrrchmdise. TI I EG 1 )( ) It E SCI1 KULEN,- General Merchandise nnd Country produce. HENRY POPE, Dealer in Fino Whiskies, Wines and Cigar9. BONNOT'S, Os.nge Co., Mo. PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. 4th for Seott'M i'miiWnii. otul let no ex planatto:i or" $otlclttillo.l induce ., to accrpt a KuhttUvtc. Sold by all Dntyglstii. SCOTT & DOWNE.Chomlote, U.Y. H. Clay Ewlng, W. Q. Dallmeyer, 1'icsiilciit, Cnhlcr, W. A, lUtMlsran, .sl.t;nt cuMpr. AM. OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Hoc .1 crencrnl bmiltlii'- l.naln...... it... FClU D.JiiiOfllO mill Fnrt'lKU Ku'lKlliifi'.' l'i r. nUli Iciifis of Intmilui'tliiii iiml cn-ilit Id lis Jnoiltt f firri'titinti ilf nls. AIikiu I... j loan 113 rnstonicrs. .llmi inti-rvrt 011 time lc"iKil-, Uy Hurt'tinem, nn.l iUmIi. In liuvirn. nn'iit, fcfitc, count)-, .MiiiiI-Im1 ii.iihIh ,m, iuk'i Ktaitu Kmiritlci, volli'ttiuiu mnUe 011 Huroiic. au cltkM Ulrcct. W. C. Young, i'rctmmit, Oscar G. Burch, t'n.!iicr. First National Bank .IEFFEHSON CITY, MO. Capital, $50,000. : Surplus, $37,750. lUHKCTOItS. y-:-? J.H. Fi.r.viKO. l. G. bCllOTT. .Ii:sSK V. Ilvvuv JAC'OII TANNKU, J. It. KlWAltDS, ' uiioitr.i; WAiJNiiu, L. U. HOILLOT, Propr. Boniioffl Mill Hotel, and agent for W. J. Lcmp's Reg and Bottle Beer. ANTON NATSCH : he a i.kii -:- i.v : STOVES Tinware, Metal Roofing. I HAVK ON HAND TUK St, Olair and Bellville Cooking Stoves, AND THE Parlor (jueen Heating t Stoyes, The very latest and best stoves man ufactured, fully warranted, call and see then. Glittering, Lit-htmii!? R()d. Kin., m the lowest prices and warranted. KsTAU repairing neatly done. 1011 West Main Street. uppositc Gas Woiks A JOHN -A. LIlHARDWl .DEAJLTn-R TNT v. StnplB Hmcg Groceries SPBOIAT.TI-ia iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiriMitiiiHitiiKiiim Glassware, Quccnswate, Ten and Dinner Sets, Chamber Sots, Library Lamps, Toilet' Articles, Tobacco, Cigars, Woodemvarc, lco Chests, Refrigerat ors, Grass' nnd Garden Seed, Oyp tcrs, Fish nnd Gaino in Season. Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce. 230 tfAST HIGH STREET. H-3 CD CO f-u CD CO ST CD . tt: CD s. w. cox REAL ESTATE AGENCY, OFFICE OYER 'EXCHANGE BUNK. Ocorgo W. Gordon's farm, fourmllcs from Jeircraun City j 00 acres, f 30 per acrts. .1. Itnllton' funii, tlirce miles nest ot Jrircrson City j flue'orcjiavd j lT&ncrci. For price cniulre. Geo. I. n.illoy's farm, Ave miles from Aiihlaud, Doouo county ; ISO acros. S7.uQ per acre. W. C. llrynnt's farm, near CUysvllle, Boono county ; 278 aero. $15 per acre. Wm. L. Norman's farm, Cedar towmhlp, ( iooao couiiiy ; uiij acrci. per aero. c. Norlleel's farm, Miller eounly; two miles from Spring Garden, one-half mile to acres.-KmiulroTor price. acre,1!- Twe'rro?"'' CU"'5"i l4!niSi!,Jd,oWM,0V,'riikbUl,,U "i;-l, .I..KIcl..l.. farm, live mHo, Jf codar city, Callaway county.: no acres. Houso of a. M. Mans on Miller, between ' l'"r acre. Monroe and Adam, l-ilce, WfSH. o. K. KounV farm, Callaway county , 100 KettMjnrt new .Is-room divelllnp, eltu- "erc"' -Porere. :iv!,wi-- .ere'.'I80prelrfl'?;0farm'Boon- Lots Noa. res. fil!), tun on aouth sIiV nf tJ r n, '"""'s frm, four miles from Dunklin, l'llco, eadi lot. Jellerson e'ty; KM acres. S0.30 per ncro. l-i... , , , J 0 I-oone's farm, Callaway county i 141 ,,1. 'vo lot", fromlm? Rportmiaii part, on "crca Per acre. -.a.i,, iLot uy IUS ,c, , n.rlln, ii.,- ,T. 11 Stii,!,.rr'., f.-, 1 . r'f- ,'W7 Tillman', brlek l,oie. on ae rc,. C-aer t4U,"V CUntJ' 414 Morrau ; -JU acres, l'rlco, I,3oo. Cliailes MeGcnncn now lirlek- residence nn til.,!. . -.va.i.tuvo Prk'p wSi l"CBU ,'auc"o od Chury. ,, 4ielles' farm, Callaw.y co'inly; nice. ii,.w. 13 l ucres; l aeio In strawbcnlcs, 7 s"rc Do nRcneralliaiiktrsntliicM. " lluraii'l sell IZ1'!" "V1 ',01"e" i:lmi.!t,-. fniUMlSialf. noiuls nuil oilier ncuiir.lletiacronnli receive!, loam nna ulK'nuni iiuulo inUiiTOraliln Iitiih I'rnmnt niton n... ,n n v.. h. , vil ,u Ull ed to Its cure. liuiri entrust- sa i ..21 H1S COW CD ..3a MOREIF3 ...35 .00 U'.McKlnnoy a7 -coiic i ii IF HE l,i thowii'l4l,iiriailli,iRirfl 1 uncqnalrd, ind to iniuxlurroui wrfriorp-4i4Uwiiii,.,14r, I loose 1 1 Iikok In rn-h lorillty. l-it'0Te. OnttbMi-utianrlU r-lmiiit onctrno mak mr of n.r sii.ni r. nil you 10 do in ..u, ,.... .must our prions l thcwwIi'MBll ynur nHrblii.i ml tluiii rounil vfiii 'I I., i,. Utimliir i.f ihta Bdfrrli-rmtnt Kop. Th ruowlnt rat plvti lit iX'iniiice ofli redm rd lo tlioitt ih. fifll.lb pan of lu balk, lilt rrniitl.diubl,UHl.. irHM..H.iiir7. I.ra.rlar.fry W will. Uaihttw-ou how v-u n nufcfl rranl 3 III SS I O day M Imm, IWnu lMaTI,wrib. vui.itM.ri.BK n.n.r,.rlttii)iic, Wtuyall.tpretbirtv. 0. H, Mc'ntyra, President, M. R. Sinks, Ice I'rcclilent. J. H. Dicrcks, cashier John T. Clatke, .Vsalstanteaskier, The Merchants' Bank OF JKFFKIWOtf CITY, MO, CAPITAL, - . $50,000. r, ii , '"i!i:cTons. D. II, JIClNTVllE, v. ir. IIINlir.lt, I.. U. 1.01IMAV, o. A. Waui:, M. It. SINKS, J. Jt. KDW AIIDS, . O. Gordon. ,i. ii. uhjucks I'll I lip ott, Call Special Attention to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT'BOXES. Utscoiints inude ou tlic luoslayprablo terms' C. M. EDWARDS, Piepaicd toiIonllMifdsof PLASTERING! at tllO loHOSl nrmtl.l,. ,', il.'' ' A,-.. 1 1 ftll niJ . v I'l.v v , iiviin and Oleterug plastered . Ali,wbrk cur- antocil to sjvo vutu sklifdctluu DSL 1 1 3 Uroadwsy, JclliiofiClty, lly, MM February 1st, 1890. The ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS i MANIT03A Kr and its branches b .came the GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINE IK VOl! A UK GOINO TO THE Fit UK FAltMSOI'TIIK MU.K KIVEIl VAU.KY, takk tiii: GREAT NORTUKKN UY. LINK, TO TIIH GOLD, SlI.VKn. COPPF.l! II10.N and COAI.Ml.VESof MONTANA taki; Tin: . GUKAT NOUTillOlN U Y . LINK, TO GltBAT FALLS, TUK FUIX'JtK lAUL'S-J-KIAL CKN'TItU OF TUK NoitTinvi:.sT, taki: the GUIS AT NOUTllICUX UY. LIXI; IO HELEN A, HUTTE, Sl'OICANE 1-vi.i.s ami THE COAST CITIES, TAKK THE GUKAT NOimiKUN UY. LINK. TQ FAIIGP, qToUK AND luitivts ANU WINNIPEG, TAKK THE GUKAT NOI1T11KUN UY. LINK TO ALL MIVNESOTA.SOUITI DA- is v l A , & u HTH D A KOTA , Jl ONTAN A , IDAHO, OHKGON, WASHINGTON-, OALlFIJJfNIA and JIANITOUA l'olutg TAKK tiii: GUKAT h'ORTUKKN R LINK. For UokotB, maps nTul I'tildes. nm.l,. ,n your liomo tlckft aRm,t or iltu to V. I. WHITNEY, Ocn. Tas and Tieket Agent, (treat KorUieni Itallwav. St- '.ml, Minn r FTTh (?llEAT N"T1IKIIN It A I LAVA Y Aimrtnicnt Cari nnJ F,7,o (V..n 1 c.s irinicnt uw una Fiuo CglluUt bloi n. iti Dully TUrougU .Tralm, 1 n,',iI,1"?rBM '''"o-'lry lirlel; dwelling on ' L NlcliaU" farm, Callawav countyi loa cast sldo Madison, uu-i:iui. I'riec, 91 Ui), cri'8 & per aero. ' vl WJ ., Hiram Hrouk's farm, Boono county; 410 S '. I:l,'r''11 ""'J' '' "I- -'liCarty.lnmYceu Oco e. Hajinan' farm, Colo county: ton Jcliiisoii mid Waihli e on. l'rliv iiM. acros. ls per aiie. . T ' ii l'rlcj 8 fann, two miles wait of !.... .1. 1, . ... . i . ii i. i, allllli) fi lie," lll'll'k rpfllil.'fi nn .. i 7... ., ii.ui'b no, Rnutl, t,;0 ol .McCarly L""wcn JoltinS Mrllou i llw "ercs, tin per aero, and Washington. ' uu"cca "-"""J f.imon N. SlUlcU.g farnl( Co,0 co .,. , . St Thuinas i S20 acres, in per aero. . , ' i1"10 "' J. Miutli, Hvn-etnl J I lc I. (Inn Arnl I., .i ..i Jno N Kooliler's tarm, at Koohler's ford .1 SllirtlJIl , rtirt. John II. aniplieU'd Upn, Boone countyi '.I i ..i .,i' ,"liY ,., , i L'v-,'.''1 ,'!"" Krdeii, ou Moroaii; M acres. itHiperaere. ,1 1 UU!lJ ' 0':t-1,U,r Ui'U ""o1" l"y "..'. fann near Lo,K1 ,, ' lion i 117 acrri. l'rlco. 72a. 't he Tlclii'i'or ivsldouco cn Main, near l! L Onrnty's fanu, near IlusacllTille : GO JEeksou. I'iIccjWjvj, ' acres tiUperacro .....u,i 1 HWKaiiiilaooi 67 acres; ono mile ctst 111- o Is Voa. ril r,T. ,.,,.(i..,ir v i .1 of ,Ieflrrson i 1 v. SlI J 'i.-fi'V.-' 1C?C" ""'"IiaUaiidLar.i.vettci .Tnincs A Hlilard's farm, neat Hlekoi- also, lotNo.fijJonjicCariy. Illllj iU7 acres, l'rice, 7 euli-dlvl.liins f., o, T,t, n, U, i io, u and J'm ','""&': 18 ot lu.iois No (;u,i!,j, ml, mi, aio. 180 ttncH' ''t'fr I run i lite KM! on Lnlayetto. liy aa l .j Urep ; ,ln ( ojo's farm, also, sn M 4l ona t. -i n j l.i ii i.i.ii'i. ...'. .. 1J,m' ot In-lnls Viis. wn. ).l. i j m b s ',,' ,: . , J, and 4, fioniUiK U ti-et on ,McCar v , ' ' "t'n'w'i ' I'X-i) luetics dcciM Iota ). 11. li m 1.1. uc'et JBperacio. (routing 10 feel cu Jllllerliy lysii Inches. UIU and :iaupln' farm. lloono countri ,, K acres, l'rtco, l boo. ' ' ' iJSS 3JlW 0. A'ainusdal farn, Uoono countyi f-unurl Ituffmr.ntcr firm, Callaway coun- ! 0. waddcu's farm, Uoono countr : tea t i I.) acres. pliM per aciu. aci-cs. ' ,w N. P. I.acWiart's farm, Callaway eounlv ; w- S. saupln's fann. lloono county ; 13 70 acres, eiincmm. " ' ' acres, l'rko i: 201 tVjft'nmlt1 rc0am17;racrS.lrU1' "ne C0,m,yi 10 flvo per H00110 county ; SCO acres. farm lloono county 1 30j U. W. l;'iii'mp.pfl rn acres, ti) per aciu Tom Holt's farm r'AllA,... ..... in. ffall.l.vnv ,,,,,1... .nil... iv. ."l...' " L""."'. "'""IX, n v 1 estiva HviM uvMUDuii i.itj: louacru J 1 r""L)c1" fi'"", Cnllawcy countyi Ii- acres, VIS per acre. ' M, T. Joort'3 farm, Callaway eounly; tia Rt-rcj, Uoprrncro. ' T IJ. Walker's farm near Fulton: 41 i&&Zi.?t!T' ai"iw-' ouut' . W. K. Harris, farm. Calla.vav count,-, ..ftSKfUl"--- 10J acres. ' " " r " 'l "v"" . , duo. fiivalley's residence, corner of Jpff. Uamillen fllln. twn ,m,l r,.,l.lC -11..... (rmn.iul 1lI LI 1 u. -I.r Tia" ", situate thrco mllci vest or Jefferson 1 Ity, on Boonvllle road I lan acres, for tcrjus euqulro at iny offlce Also. lOi.ot acres of good and die'no MudujrsndgruiIuB laudiu " ffl-atFBEE&S miwtrri7iv.i iiuit-L-pr Wcrrswirabiiitjr, HI mi ( t -pi - , t , A, mtms&m m&wm only r.m r..ii.ii,ii.u,s.i...ii.irvatiiin. 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