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WESTWARD. No 1, Day Express... Arrives 1 :0C p.m. Leaves 1 :20p.ni. Ko. 3, Through Express. Arrives 12: 29 a.m. I,p.ivis 1:R n.m. No. G, Local Passenger. Arrives 13:30 I', in. Leaves 18 us p.m. No. 0, Texas Express Arrives 2il0 a.m. Leaves 2:10 a. tn. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 0:23 a. in. EASTWARD. No. 2, Pay Express. ...Arrives 2:40 p.m. Leaves 2:35 n.m. No. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10 a. m. Leaves 2:10 a. in No. 0, Local rnssenccr. Arrives 1:20 Leaves 1:40 p. m. Freight) carries passengers. Leaves 4:10 p. in. Local passenger trains 5 and 0 run be tween St. Louis ami Kansas City. Throo sections ot night train cast. Texas ex press, No. 9, has through chair car via. Lexington branch. Free reclining chair cars on till through trains. I.KIIANON llllANOII. Trains leave Jefferson City at 0:30 a. m., arriving at Atuor.i 0:30 n. in. Ite.tnrnhur. will leave Ann. a nt 11. -.1 p. m., nrnvmg.at Jefferson City nt 2:3 p. n. John J. Ciimtcit.Ast. i Palace Olnintj Gar: M Slap Pdtacc Reclining ' jttr Cart Wjr CHICAGO & ALTO.VRAELROAD. Omnibus leaves Jefferson city, 7:30 a. m. every day except Sunday, con neeting with the train leaving Ccdur City ui8a.ni. and which makes prompt connection at Mexico with nil trains going east, west or north. Jonathan GitiMsiiAW.Tickct Agent . 5 - -IV i ' TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, IVIEXSCG& CALIFORNIA. Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Jefferson City & Sedalia AND TEXAS POINTS. Geo. A. Ei.dv, ) II. C. Guess, J Receivers. J. J. FREY, J. WALDO, Gen. supt. ricu Tranic Mgrv GASTON MKSLIER, Qen'l Tuteenger & Tlclel Airont, SEDALIA, MO. C. M. EDWARDS, Prepared to do all kinds of PLASTER mOl nt tho lowest possible prices. Wells nd Cisterns plastered: All work guar anteed to give entire satisfaction . 212 Broadway, Jefferson City, Mo . nUTDfiTT BURB GRIP . VUl nUli stool Tackle Block IALF THE COST of htdstlug iiTCd totorckeepcr9:hntcher,fnrm r, nmchlnlBtf, bulldcra, contrartcrt in J oihtra. Ailmllto.1 to be tlic fcrau si liniirovouicnts over mntlo In inckle locks. Kroight iraht. Wrltofurcnl llogue. FULTON IRON li ENGINE WKS Kitab.lSS!. 10 Brush St., Detroit, Midi ACORr STOVES NEVER FAIL , They are tho beat value for the money ever offered, and 't' nave aiwuvs ubuti " vn!rl K FOR THE PAST BO YEARS. i'W Quick workers, economical in fne use of fuel, always reliable. UhC It you want a. perfect Stovo till buy an ACORN. SKi&iML -. . ..... ... ' ;.;:nuLU u i iiib in iivu .V-- ortl.n nv ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. State op Missouri!, 1 County, of Cole. J ss In fio Circuit court of Colo coun ty, Missouri, December term, 1890, in vacation, 'i ho Stato of Missouri, nt the rela Hon mil to tho use of Henry J. Dullo, collector of tbu revenuo within nnil for tho county of Colo anil State of Missouri, plaintiff, vh. Unknown heirs of Motbew singleton, defend ants. At this ilny comes tho plaintiff herein, by his attorney, before the undersigned, clerk of said court in vacation, niul files his petition, sta ling among other things, that tlio above named defendants, tho plaintiff alleges that lie believes there a-epcr sons Interested in the subject matter of tho petition whoso name) ha can not insert bcoausc they nro unknown to him and lie is untible to describe their interests, but to the best of his knowledge it is derived by descent Whereupon it is ordered that said defendants bo notified by publication Hint plaintiff has commenced a suit against llicin In tills court, tho object and general nature of tlic petition filed In said suit being the enforce ment oi tne uen or the State of Alls sou ri against certain real property owned by. said unknownheirs ns fol lows: East half of tl7c northeast, sec tion 30, township '13, ranae 14. and fully described In said petition, for certain taxes, interest nnd costs lev ied upon said real property as in said petition fully set forth. And that un less the said defendants bo and ap pear at tills court at the next, term thereof, to bo begun nnd holden at the court house in the Citv of Jeffer son, in said county, on the llrst Mon day of December next, andj on or befoic tho sixth day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the samo'will be taken as con fessed, and judgment will be ren dered accordingly. t Aud it is further ordered that n .copy hereof be published, according to law, in The Statu Hei'duucan, a newt-paper published in said county of Cole, for four weeks successively, the lint insertion to bo at least fifteen days before tho next ter.u of this court. W. II. Lusk, Chile. Statu of Missouri, 1 County of Com;..) ss. I, V. II. Lusk, clerk of the Cir cuit court of Cole county, aforesaid, hereby certify that the above is u true copy of tho original order of publication, in tho cause therein named, as the same appears in uiy ollice. Witness my hand as clerk, and the seal of said court. Done at ollice in City of Jefferson, this Ulh day of Oct. 1800. Seal W. II. Lusk, Clerk. A. M. Houoii, attorney for plaintiff. OUDIiK 01-' PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Statu of Missouri, ) County ok Com:. ) ss In the Circuit court of Cole coun ty. Missouri, December term, 181)0, in vacation. The Stale of Missouri, at tlic rela tion and to the use of Henry J. Dullc, collector of the revenue within and for tho county of Cole aud Stato of Missouri, plaintiff, va. The unknown heirs of li. M. Smith, deceased, de fendants. At this day comes the plaintiff herein, by his attorney, before tlic undersigned, cleik of said com tin vacation, and filed his petition, sta ling nmong other things, that the above named defendants, The plain tiff alleges that ho believes ihcro are persons interested in the subject matter of tho petition, whose names lie cannot insert becautu they are un known to him; aud lie is unable to describe their interest, but to the best of bis knowledxo It is derived by descent. W hereupon it Is ordered that said defendants be notified by publication, that plaintiff Ir.is commenced a suit against them in this court, the object ami j'eneral nature of the petition filed in said suit being tho enforce ment of the lieu of tbu Stato of Mis son 1 1 against certain real property owned by snid unknown heirs, tho following real estate: Southwest quarter of northeast quarter, of sec lion 21, township -13, range 13, nnd fully described In said petition, for certain taxes, lntcroU and costs lev led Jari6n said real property as fn said p.lllion fully set forth. And that mi the said defendants be ami appear at ihl? court at tho next term thereof, to bo begun nnd holdt u nt the court house in tho City of Jefferson, In said county, on the first Monday in De cember next, and, on or before tho ixlh day of said term, answer or plead to tho petition in said cause, the same will bo tnlwn as confossrd, and judgment will be rendered ac cordiugly. Aud It Is furthor ordered that ti copy hereof bo published, according to IsW, In Tub Statu TTki-uiiucax, a newspaper published in said Cnle county, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least fifteen dijH Loforc tho next torm of this court. W. II. Lusk, Clark. By J. A. DitosTS, 1). C State of Missouki, I CouNTr of Col. ss. I, W. II. Lusk, clerk of tho circuit court of Colo county, aforesaid, hero bv cortlfv that the above Is a truo copy of the original order of publica tion, in the cause therein named, as fie samo apperrj in my office. Witness my hand as clerk, and tho si nl of said court. Done at ollloo in Jefferson City, this 8th day of Oct. 1800. ISealJ, W. II. Lusk., Clerk. Uy J, A. DnosTB, D. C. A. li. llocan, attorney for phiaUtt -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFEHSON CITY, MISSOURI. rUDMSIIED EVERY TIIUnSDAY EVENING. F. G. Fulkerson, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1, A YEAR IN I nDvnrien Entered at this PottoJUce at Jejjcnon City, ian an nrr.onn ciant mnuer, New Scries,' Jan. 7, 1830. Thursday, October II. 1890. ANNOUNCEMENTS- County Republican Ticket- Representative, L. V. DIX. Sheriff, GEORGE W. SPURR. Collector, W. W. WAGNER. Circuit Clerk, ADAM ROUTSZONG. County Clerk, AUGUST KROEGER. Assessor, J. K. HUNTER. Probate Judge, J. J. SOMMER. Treasurer, ARTHUR P. GRIMSIIAW. Coroner, DR. JOSEPH PORTII. Presiding Judge, BERNARD DULLE. Associate Justice, First District, HENRY HOLLRAII. Associate Justice, Second District, HENRY KAUTCII. Send in your orders for picnic and barbecue hand bills. A largo slock of new goods just opened at the Red Store. Ladles' misses' and children's hose sold at half their value at the Red Store. Children's hats worth 7oc and 81, arc ucmg sold at M. Goldman's for 25c. Send in your Mibsrrlntlon at once for Tin; llwuiiMOAN. Only ouo dollar per year In advance. Our 83 men's suit, decant new nat- crus and durable. Tlicy must be secu to be appreciated. Jl. UUIiUAlAM, Send us your orders for job printing If von want neat ami clean work at low llfruics. Cull aud sec samples and as certain prices. Ilcniliiiiaitcrs for Q. A. It. suits, also Sons of Veterans, at tl. UULWIAS'S. Sudcn will make you finer cabinet sizo photographs for the money than anybody else in the city. Go to him and get the best. A fine line of ladies' nnd misses' hand and machine-sewed Summer shoes at Bl ight's. S. Goldman will make cabinet size rhotographs for the next 30 days for 81.50 a dozen. Now is the time to subscribe for Tut: Si'ate Rki-uiii.ican, if not con venient to call, hand your order to your postmaster. Wo have entered Into the fight for Spring Trade early. We are bound to win, If a largo stock, new patterns, good material and low prices can do It. ill. UUI.IJ.HAM. Farmers and mechanics, before buying your shoes call at Hright's and examine John Melr's celebrated shoes. These arc honest goods, fully warranted both for quality and wear. Postmasters are authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. We allow them tho usual newspaper commission. Another Immense stock of clothing has been added to tho house of SI. Goldman, It will surprlso you to see such stocks of goods lu tho store. Ladies' black slippers only 75 els. at the Red Store. S.'c them. Sold elsewhere at $1.25 to $.50. Straw hats for men, boys, girls and children in great variety at prices far below any ever offered in this cily, al the Red Store. Times are hard, money Is scarco; it Is to our interest to economize. You can do It by buying of us. Wo can, aud will fcave you money. ill. UUl.UMAIM. Nice full linen towels only 10 cents at tho Red Store. Bring In your subscription. Help along tho good work of spreading re publican gospel throughout the country. A nice assortment of road carts and wagons can bo scon at F. A. Uwights, 702 West streo Call and cxam'nc the stock of In fnnt's shoes ntUright'a before buying elsewhere. Cull and seo tho new goods at tho Red Sloro. The Red Storo has just opened a splendid and large stock of boots and shoes aud imineiHO quantities of other goods at prico i lewer than has ver been offered. Cull early and often for bargains, Mr. Aubuschon Is occupying his new residence. "Tho Inst barbecuo of tho season" r:lll be given' at Osago Bluff Satur day. Tho Schumato Chapel barbecue promises to bo a grand success. Mr. Branch will address the people. Mr. S. 1C. Miller of Hits city has contracted ts rebuild the railroad shops at Franklin. Miss Bessie Gundclfingcr has ac cepted a' position In Barr's dry goods liouso in St. Louis. The protracted meeting nt tlic Pres byterian cliurcli has been well atten ded and quite successful. Master Roy Bradbury gave a party to nil of his little friends last Satur day afternoon. The occasion wa3 a most, enjoyable one, and will stand forth in the minds ot tbo little ones who attended fcrjnany a day. We failed last, week'to note a pleas ant call from Mr. GeoJ Porth, the gentlemanly jeweler df Jefferson City, who had a suit In; com t hi this county. Mr. .Pprtu Jsjono 'of the leading business men dY the capital clty,and has built up a lucrative business on the motto, ''Honesty is the best policy." Tuscumbla Auto gram. Styles, quality, quantity, tjuaraH' teed fit and prices to suit tho pur chaser, can be found at the oldest and most reliable house of M. Gold man. Tho clothing, hats and fur nishing goods cannot be found any where to please you better. Men's brogans from $1 up. Ladies' Misses and children's shoes at low figures. Chlldrcns' pants, 0 cents. Fine line of chlldrcns' suits at low or figures than anywhere else in the city. Como and sec our stock of ladies' misses ana chlldrcns shoes. It is complete and of a fine assoitment. All to be found at the Red Store. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. The test salvo in the woild for cuts, bruises, "sores, ulcers, i-alt lhcum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain?, corusaud all skin eruptions, and posit ively cures piles, or no pay required. It U guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. 1'i leo 2." cents per box, Forsajo by A. Brandenberger. "The Boy Spy" Something entirely new in "War Books" and "War Litcratuic.'' No "Big and Little You," but a clean, unbiased and succint account of the many thrilling incidents of tho civil war by the Boy Spy.' Grandly embellished with full page illustrations, correct in every sense, and one of the most attractive books of tho age. All "Sons of Veterans" and the "Old Boys" will follow with interest the fortunes of Geno. . Mr. Daniel Gundclfingcr has his liouso filled to ovcillonlng with every description of hardware, stoves, etc. The Ccrmanla. Tho Germanla gavo its opening hop last Friday evening, which was well attended and marked with the success for which these parties arc noted. The youth, beauty and chiv alry ns well as the maturcr members of the social organization, engaged in tho merry mazes of tho dance with nn interest that was charming in the reality of its enjoyment. This is but tho beginning of a scries of enter tainments which will enliven the winter season, every one of which marks the era of a day in which dull care but speeds away. County Court- A special session of the county court convened Wednesday. All the judges were present. A license to operate a ferry at Marion was issued to Henry Glenn. The bond of Charles Glenn as coal oil inspector for this city was ap proved. To-day the court will inspect the ford at McCann's farm, In Morcau township, it being represented that the same is becoming impassable. Bcore adjourning tho court will appoint Judges of election and draw a list of jurors for the December term of circuit court. The following proceedings were, had Friday : A license to operate a ferry be tween Jefferson City and Cedar City was granted to Capt. M. T. Moore. The following judges of election were appointed for the ensuing No vember election : .lEFKUIISON TOWNSHIP 1ST fltlXIXCT. Charles L. Wells, Charles McGen ncss, Adam Iloefer, T. M. Bradbury, J. H. Diercks and J. W. Ruthvcn. ritECINCT no, 2, F. P. Dallnicyer, T. E. Schuitz, John E. Murphy. A. M. Housli. (' A. Ware and John F. Heinrichs. TRECIXCT NO. 3. Herman Tanner, Geo. Porth, Otto Ascl, W. K. Bradbury, John M. Oldham and Major Peter Meyers. rHECINCT no, I. Charles Hoffman, A. J. Davis,, S. A. Pace and Robert Buckncr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Statu or Missouri, 1 Counts op Com:, f in tho Circuit court of Coin L'nnnlv.MU sourl, December term, lMU, In vaea Hon. Tho Stato of Missouri, nt tho relation ami 10 uiu use oi Henry .1. Dullo, collect' or of the revenuo within nnd fur the county of Colo and State of Missouri plaintiff, vs. the unknown heirs of It v ens, deceived . defendants At this day coined the plaintiff herein by his attorney, beforu the undersigned clerk of raid court lu vacation, ami Hies nn pennon, staling among oilier tilings, that the above named defendants Hie plaintiff alleges that ho believes there aro persons interested In tho subject uiauer oi me petition wuose names lie cannot liwrt because they are unknown to nun aim no is uiiauie to ticseuue tuei Interest but to the best of his kuowlcd It Is derived bv decent. Wherciuioii It Is ordered that said do fcudants be notllled by publication, that piaiuuu uas cuinmeuceu a suit again:! tliem lu this court, tho object anil iro.ti oral nature of the petition Hied lu suit suit hebig the enforcement of the lieu of uiu ataie oi .Missouri naum certain real property owned by said unknown heir as loiiows: ortliu est Winner oi souui- east rimirtcr, section J I, township 1:1 r.uiL'C 111. and fully dcseilbed in said tie tltluu for ccitaln taxes, Inteictnud costs levleu upon said real property as in a.ild petition fully sctfoith, and that unless tho said defendants bo nnd appear at tills court at the next term thereof, to be be gun and holdcu at the court liou-o In the city oi .lettcisou, lu said county, on tlic llrst Monday lu December next and on or ueioie ino sixtu (lay oi saiti term, nn swer or plead to the petition In said cause, the same will be Liken as confessed i.iid judgment will be icndeied accord ingly. And It is fm titer ordered that a copy hereof be published lu Tin: Statu Ki l'UUl.ic.'AN,a newspaper published lu said (Jole county, for four weeks KticccHvcly, the la-t Insertion to be at lean fifteen days befote the next term of this court. i . 11. l.VK, UIOIK J. A. Uiiosti,,!). O Statu up Miscount, County op Culi:. I, V. U. I.uk, eletk of the Olicult court of Cole comity, aforesaid, heieby certify ihnt the above U u true copy of the original older of. publication in the cause therein named, as tlic sauie appears In my ollice. Witness my h.iud as clerk, and the seal oi s.uu court. Done al oilleo lu me city of Jefferson, this Sth day of October, SUA!. W. It. I.fsu, Clerk. Dy J. A. Huo3ii;,l). C. A. M. Hotv.ii, attorney for plaintiff. ORDER IN scRuuas prsixixcT. II. G. Hamilton, Benjamin Locsch, Z.T. Goodall aiul Gcorno Disller. OSAOK TOWNSHIP OSAOK BLUFF. Andy Meier. Adam Glebb, GJV. Lockett and Soseph Evcler. WAun3viu.n. F. V ochr, John Ott, V. N. Ward and J. B. Fcind. ST. THOMAS. Henry Buschyorst, James Ropp, . F. Clark and B. Grovcr. The Boy Spy. The Agent for the Boy Spy is here. Every boy or girl who begins to read this book is so attracted bv the ac- ounts of hair breadth escapes, gen erous hospitality, friends among enemies, pathetic love stories and daring adventures that there is no getting lose from it until cyery word of it is read. Gen. Warner, past commander-in- chief of G. A. It., in a letter to the author of "The Boy Snv." says: ' My Dear Comrade Accept thanks for "The Boy Spy" sent me. Your book will be read with profit and in terest by tho youth of our country, and will bo welcomed by the old vet erans a3 reviving many of the mem ories of the late war. . Yours fraternally, Wji. Wauskr. Tho Best, hi Everybody wants tho best.' Of the 200 books on tho life of Christ, Fleet wood's is pronounced tho best. No one can read this book without bene fit. Miis. Jr.NNii: Scott, tf Nichols Hotel, Solo Agent. Notice to Tax-Payers. The undersigned collector of Cole county ,Mo., will meet the tax-payers to receive their taxes for tho year 1890 at tho following places, to-wlt s Elstou,M'inday, October 13. Centretown, Tuesday aud Wednesday, October U aud 15. Ititiscllvllle, Thursday aud Friday, October 10 and 17r Lohmau's, Saturday, October IS. JUiilon Store, Clark township, Monday and Tuesday, October 20 aud 21. Brazlto , Wednesday , October 23. St, Thomas, Thuuday aud Friday, October "J3 mid 21. 0ago Bluff .Saturday, October 23. Brandt's, Liberty township, Monday, Octobor 27. Henry Schubert's, Tuesday, October 28. Osage City, Wednesday, Octobor 29. Tax-payers arc requested to bring tbo numbers of their laud. HESnV J. DULLK, Collector ot Culg CguotyUwutl I.inURTT TOWXSIW TAOS, John Sanning, Martin Schneider, John Lauf and Anton Pringer. OSAGE CITV. F G Scocncn, Chas Urban, Win Russell and G II. Bartman. CI.AKIC TOVt-.NSIIHI UNION STOIIP.. B F McCoy, Wm Crccdicd, W II Plummcr and R B Glover. TEAL. G II Turner. ICnccdler. Henrv M Smith nnd R R Adaui3. 5IOUEAU TOWNSHIP RuSSUI.I.VII.I.n. John Hcrt, sr.. Tlios N Euloe. Conrad Kraus and John Proctor. I.OI1MAN. Charles Linscnbard. Nick Linhardl. C C Walscr and Benjamin Amos. MA1IION TOWNSHIP CENTliUTOWN. Chas Ott, John F Flessa, John Weaver, sr., and Jackson Murray. KI.STON. Simon Bandalicr, I Slccley, John 12 Garmon and J N Collett. MAIUON PUECINCT. Henry Bausliauscii, F M Taggart, K W Stuart and Prior Leech. The court will bo in session again to day. . The court concluded all business Saturday and adjourned until the first Mouday in November. Tho pe titions for submitting tho stock ordi' nanco were examined mid deemed sulllcient, consequently an order of court was made directing that a vole be taken on the proposition Novem ber 4. In the third voting precinct tlic name of W. II.Morlock, as judge of election, was substituted for JohuM. Oldham. Jurors were drawn for the Decem ber term of tho circuit court as fol owsi .nitAXD Juuons. William Lucckc, A. M. Beckers, Henry Bockralh, Adam Schecr, Thos. Hammen, Joseph Weiser. Charles Urban, Joseph Schmidt, W. P. Smith, J. A. Short, Wash Hutch- insoit anil Nicholas Stahlcln. petit Junons . Louis Conrath, J A Aubuchon, M R Sinks, J M Puce, William Locsch, A W Eisner, Franz Picttick, Frank Henry, Julius Rallhel, Henry Dnh man, II F Sarman, J II Edwards, all of Jefferson township ; Frank Sjhocn cn and Henry Wolf of Liberty, lleniy Bosscu and Tlioi Raker of 6ta;c, 0 O Fowler aud John N Ho!gof Clark, Conrad Krauss, W A Stark and Benj Amos, of Morcau, James Ilickuun, Collett nud John Weaver, OF PUBLICATION TAX SUIl'. State op Missouri, County op Co i.e. j ss, In the Circuit court of Cole county, Mis souri, December term, ltW, lu aca tlon. The State of MNourl, at the lelatlou aud to the use of Henry J. Dullo, collect or of the revenue wllhhi and for the county of Colo and Stato of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. the unknown heirs of John Creincr, deceased, defendants. At th' day comes tlic plaintiff herein, by his attorney, befoic the undersigned, clerk of said court in vacation, ami tiles his petition, staling among other things, that the above named dutendnnts. The plaliilitf alleges that he believe- iherc are persons InteresteJ lu the i-uhjcci matter of tho petition whose names he cannot Insert because they are unknown to him and he is livable to describe thoh Interest, but to the best of his knowledge It Is derived by descent. Whereupon It Is ordered that said de fendant lie notllled by publication that plaintiff has commenced a Milt against them in this com t, the object and general nature of the petition Hied in said mil being the enforcement of Hie lieu of the Stale of Mi-sourl against ceitain real property owned by said unknown heirs, ihe lollowhi leal estate: Noitheast quarter of noilhea-t quarter of section til, township II, range 11, and fully de scribed In said petlliou lor certain taxes. Interest and cost levied upon said real property as In said petition fully set forth. And that uulcss ihe said defendants be and appear at this court at Ihouext term thercol, to be begun aud holdcu at the com t liouso lu the City of Jefferson, lu said county, on Ihe llrst Monday lu De cember next, and, on or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to the petition In said cause, the sniiiu will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be reudeied accordingly. Aud it is further ordered that a copy heieof bo published lu Tin: statu Uk PUUMUAX.a newspaper published lusald Colo county, for lour weeks successively, mo nisi insertion to ue iu icasi iuteeii days befoiu the next term of this court. w . II. I.VsK, uerK. BvJ. A. DitOsTF., D. C. State of Missouri, County op cole, j ss. I.W. H. Lusk, cleik of tbu Circuit court of Cob: uoiiuiy, aforesaid, heicb) cerlify that the above 1 a true copy ot the oiiginal order of publication, iu the cause therein named, us the same appears lu my ollice. witness my naiiu as ciciK.anu i lie seal ofsaidcouit. Done at ollice iu the CIH of Jeffersou, this nth jny of October, Seal W. II. I.uhk, Clerk. llv J. A. DnosTE, D. O. A. M. Houon, attorney for plaintiff. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Sr.vTi: of Missouri, ) Countv of Cole, j ss. In the Circuit court of Cole county, Missouii, December term, 18U0, in vacation. The State of Missouri, at tlic rela tion and to the use of Henry J. Dullc, collector of tho revenue within and for th e county of Cole and Slate of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. the unknown heirs of C. M, Painter, deceased, de fendants. At this day comes tho plaintiff herein, by his attorney, beforu tin undersigucd, cleik of said court in vacation, and files Ids petition, sta ting among other tilings, that tin nbovo named defendant?, Tlic plain tiff n'leges that he believes there are persons interested iu the subject matter of tlic petition whose nanus lie cannot inseit became they aro un known to him and lie is unable to de scribe their interest, but to tho bct of his knowledge, it Is derived by descent. Whereupon It is ordered that said defendants bo notified by publication, that plaintiff lias commenced a suit sgainst them iu this court, the object and general naturo of tho petition filed In said su t being the enforce mcnt of the lien of the Slate of Mis souii against certain real properl) owned by said unknown heirs, tin following real estate; North half ni BQUUa.at ritiarUr, tQCllou at), town ship li!, range l.'l, and fully de scribed in said petition for certain ttrxes, interest and cost levied upon said real properly as In said petition fulfy set forth. And Hint unless tho said defendants ho nnd appear at this court at tho next term thereof, to bo bcgmi and holden at the court bouse In the City of Jefferson, in said coun ty, on the first Monday in December next, .and on or beforo the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to the petition iu said cause, the same will lie taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered accordingly, And It is further ordered that a copy hereof bo published, nccoiding to law, in Tin: Statu Repuih.ican, rt newspaper published In said Colo county, for four weck3 successively, the last insertion to be at least fifteen days before the next term of this court. W. II. Lusk, Cleik. By J. A. Droste, D. C. State op Missouri, 1 Count v of Cole. ) ss. I, W. II. Lusk, clerk of tlic circuit court of Colo county, aforesaid, here by certify that the above is a true copy of the original order of publi cation, iu the cause therein named, as the same appears in my ollice. Witness my hand as clerk, and tho seal of said court. Done at ollice in the City of Jefferson, this 8th day of October, 1800. Seal W. II. Lusit, Clerk Bv J. A. Duoste, 1), C. A. M. Houuii, attorney for plaintiff. IN ORDER OF PUBLICATION TAXTSUIT. State op Missouri, ) Countv of Cole.; j I QQ. In the Circuit court of Colo ennntv. Missouri, December term, lH'JO. in vacation. The State of Missouri, at th lation and to tho use of Henry J. Dullc, collector of the revenue with in and for the county of t.'nlr. nml State of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. Tim unknown heirs of John Mazannrk-. deceased, defendants. At this day comes the nlninllff herein, by his attorney, before tho undersigned, clerk of said court in vacation, and files his petition, sta ting among oilier thincs. that thn above named defendants. The nlain- mi iiucgcs uiai uc ueneve3 tuere aro persons interested in the subiect matter of the petition whose names lie cannot insert because they arc un known to him and lie is unable to de scribe their interest, but to the best of his knowledge it is derived by descent. Whereupon it is ordered tlmt snhl defendants bo notified by publication nai planum nas commcuccd n snir. gainst them in this court, thu ohiect and general naturo of the netltinn filed in said suit being tlic enforce ment of the lien of the State of Mis souri against certain real property owned by said unknown heirs. thr following real estate to wit: North half of southeast nuarter. section 2'J. township li, range Rl, and fully de scribed ill said Petition, fur onrtnin :ixcs, interest and costs levied unnn said real property as in said petition limy set torth. And that unless tho aid defendants bo and aoncar at this court at the next term thereof, to bo, begun and holden at the court liouso n me uiy of Jclferson, in said coun- on tlio llrst Monday in December- next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to tlio petition in said cause, the samp, will be taken as confessed, ami Judgment will be rendered accordingly. ... .1 !. I . r . . , ''. . Aim a is iiiriucr ordered that n opy hereof be published, according to law, in Tub State Repuui.ican, a newspaper published in said Colo county, for four weeks successively, tlio last insertion to be al least fifteen ays before the next term of this court. W. II. Lusk, Clerk. By J. A. Duos re, 1). C. State of Missouri, ( County op Cole. I I si I, W. II. Lusk, cleik of the circuit otut of Colo county, aforesaid, here iy certify tli.it tho above is a true opy of the original order of nuhlica. ion, in tho cause therein named. io same appears in my ollice. Witness my hand a, clerk, and thn eal of said court. Done tit ollice in he city of Jefferson, this 8th llav nf October, 18'JO. W. II. Lusk, Clerk. By .1. A.Diioste, D, C. M. Hough, attornoy for plaintiff. i.'-nr.rr ..-..... . nil., ir. a i 1-inr.ntT nvi nrnntr tiiftfnrnr nftnn tap iinrcrmnq. l r..ni t nn.in,p xi I... hmrmn. Hiiuuiuuab uuurLur. uuuliuii zu. inwn. r.).ni...nM . ' .t Public Meetings. Appointments have been arranrjod for tlio republican candidates to meet the people of Cole county at time anil place as stated below: Schumato Chapel, Saturday, Oct. Wardsville, Monday, Oct. 10, 10 a, m. Osage Bluff, Monday, Oct. 13, 2 p. m. Teal, Tuesday, Oct. I I, 10 a. in. Hickory Hill, Tuesday. Oct. 1-1, 2 p. m. Union Stcrc, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 10 a. m. Brazlto, Wednesday, October 15, 2 p. in. Elston, Friday, Oct. 17, 10 n. m. Marion, Friday, Oct. 17,2 p.m. Russellvillo, Tuesday, Oct. 21, I p. m. Lohman, Tuesday, Oct. 21, ,Tp. m. St. Thomas, Wcdnosday, Oct. 22, 1 p. m . Centretown, Monday, Oct. 27, 2 p. in. Decatur, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2 p. m. Oiago City, Wednesday, Oct. 21), 10 a.m. 1 Sohuberts, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 12:30 p. in. Dlrckx, Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2 p. m. Good speakers have been invited 'o accompany the candidates. All aro chocrfiilly invited to attend these meetings. JOS. SfAMPll.1, A. P. GlHMSIUw, Utaumaa, Secretary