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Appointments have been arranged for tlio republican candidates to meet the people of Cole county at time and place as staled below: Scliunutc- Chapel, Saturday, Oct. Wardsvlllc-, Monday, Oct. 10, 10 a. in; Osage Uitiff, .Monday, Oct. 13. 2 )) m, Tal, Tuesday, Oet. M, 10 n. m. Hickory Il'll, Tuesday, Oet. 14, 2 p. m. Union Store, Wednesday, Oct. 15, 10 a, ni. Brosdto, Wednesday, October 15, 2 p. in. Elslcn, Friday, Oct. 17, 10 a. in. Mailon, Friday, Oct. 17. 2 p.m. Russcllvillc, Tuesday, Oet. 21, 1 p. in. Lehman, Tuesday, Oct. 21, fl p. m. St. Thomas, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1 p. in. - Cchtrctown, Monday, Oct. 27T 2 p. rn. Decatur, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2 p. in. Osage Citv, Wednesday, Oct. 2!l, 10 a. m. Schubcrts, Wednesday, Oct;. 20, 12:30 p.m. Dlrckx, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2 p. m. Good speakers bavo been Invited to accompany the candidates? All are cheerfully invited to attend these meetings. JOS. bTAMl'FI.l, A. I. Gltl.USII.UV, Chairman. Secretary. est cm .s.sna t?w. mrazs iotot wwtuj rACIFIO KAIIiltOAD TIJIE TABLE. WESTWARD. No 1, Day Express... Arrives 1 :0f. p.m. Leaves 1 :20p.m. No. 3, Through Express. Arrives 13:- at a. m. i.eaves izvxs a.m. No. S, Local Passenger. Arrives 12:1)0 p. m. Leaves 12: 15 p.m. No. 0, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a.m. Leaves 2:11) a. in. Freight, carries passcngeis. Leaves 0:25 a. in. EASTWARD. No. 2, Pay Express. ... Arrives-2.-I0 p.m. Leave 2:33 p.m. No. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10 a. in. I.eaves 2:11) a. m. No. (i, Local Passenger. An Ives 1:20 Leaves 1:10 p. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 4:10 p. in. Local pasenger (rains 5 and G run be tween St. Louis and Kansas City. Three suction of night train east. Texas ex press, No. U, lias through chair ear via. Lexington branch. Frcoiccllnhig chair cars on all through trains. LKI1ANON 11UANCII. Trains leave Jefferson City at CM a. in., arriving at Aurora OiiiO a. in. ltntiirnliig, will leave Ann.. a at 11:3 p. in., arriving at Jefferson City at 2:3 p. m. John J. Cuuituii, At. fi Palsca ninbn car'" 'A lK'Y Pah"! R(clh:!r-' jlrl'mj wKlr -jzzzzzxsssa : i'?Mi IWULM LIMC CHICAGO & ALTONR YilLROAD. Omnibus leaves Jefferson oily, 7:30 a. m. every day except Sunday, con necting with the train leaving C'edur .City atSa. m. and which makes pimnpt conuccllon at Mexico with all tralus going east, west or north. Jonathan GitmsifAW.TIcfcct Agent TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, MEXICO & C ALB FOR ! A. Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Jefferson City & Seclalia TXA3ApbaWT3; Geo, A. Ei:n", ) II. O. Cit'-sj, f Recch'M. j.j. fhi:y. j. w.u.ho. Q -n. 8;i-t. Con Tr.uU3 M-r. lUSTON MK-U.ltJK, ' Ccu'l Paiiciijtr & Ticket .' jeat, SKD.VL1A, MO. ,1. DETROITstcoi IALF TIIK t'OtJi" of h"D lug vj! titocil!fcitr.j itrlicr,f.-.fi- 'ti, mncMnlnti-, bull.lcr". iMilr.ii'nf ni olhcn. ArtmUtcil to Ik. I'm i;r - l t lm.r.nciiiei:l ever mide In i n" I , itocks. freight piaiiiiiil. W my for cit. jtOEne. FULTON IRON U ENGINE VKS., KitiMM!. 13 Q'ush St.. Ojt'o!t Mich A ami I OltDKIt OF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Statd or Missouni, ) County ok Colk.' j ss. n tho Circuit court of Colo conn Missouri, December term, 1800, In vacn. Tho Slate of Missouri, at the rela tion nntl to tho use of Henry J. Dulle, collector of tho revenue within and for the county of Colo mid Slato of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. Unknown heirs of Matbew Singleton, defend ants. At this day comes the plaintiff herein, by his attorney, before tho undersigned, clerk of said court in vacation, and tiles his petition, sta ling among other things, that tho above named defendants, tho plaintiff alleges that lie bclievc3 there arc per sons interested in the subject matter of tho petition whoso names he can not Insert because they arc unknown to Jiini ajid ho s unable to describe their interests, but to tho best of his knowledge it Is derived by descent. Wlicicupnil it is ordered that said defendants bo notified by publication that plaintiff has commenced a suit against them in this court, the object and genend nature- of tho petition tiled in said suit being the enforce ment of tho lien of the State of Mis souii against certain real property owned by said unknown heirs as fol lows: East hilf of the northetst, sec tion 3(5, township 13, range 1), and fully described in said petition, for ceitain taxes, Interest and costs lev ied upon saltl real proprity as in saitl petition fully set forth. And that un less the said defendants be and ap pear at this court at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house in the City of Jeffer son, in said count3-, on thu first Mon day of December next, and, on or before, tho six'h day, of said term, answer or plead to the petition in -said cause, the same will lie taken as con fessed, and judgment will be reii deied accordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof be published, according to law, in Tiik Statu lir.i'unucA.s, a newspaper published in said county of Cole, for four wc-ks successively, the last insertion to be at least llfleeu days before the next term of this court. W. II. I.USK, Clelk. Statu ot-- Missouni, I County ov Coi.':. I ss. I, W. II. I.usk, cleik of the o'ir cult court of Cole county, aforcaiid, hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the oiiginal order of publication, in tho cause therein named, as the same appears in my olllce. Witness my hand ns clerk, nnd the seal of said court. Done at olllce in City of Jefferson, this Ulh day uf Oct. ISilO. Si:ai. W.II. Lush-, Clerk. , A. M. lloucii, attorney for plaintiff. Republican State Ticket I Democratic State Ticket , EDWARDS, riepared to do all kind uf A s r E R i n G .ivrt prsll.lc prices. Wells ems il..slufed . All jjiiur W to glvo enllid h.klUfuetuu. NBroadwiiy, OOfeujuClty, JIa, OltDKIt Of I'UHLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Statk op Alifsouiii, County or Con:. I ss In the Circuit court of Cole coun ty. Missouri, December term, IciUO. in vacation. The State of Missouri, at the rela tion and to the use of Henry J. Duile, collector of the revenue within and for the county of Cole nnd Statu of Missouil, plaintiff, vs. The ununown heirs of 15. M. Smith, deceased, de fendants. At tin'3 day cornea the plaii.tifl horcln, by his attorney, before the undersigned, clerk of said com t in vacation, nnd liles his petition, ba ling among other things, that the above named defendants. The plain tiff alleges that ho believes there aie persons interested in the subject matter of the petition, whose names he cannot insert because they nre un known to him, and he Is unable to describo their interest, but to tho bc3t of his knowledge it is dciivcd by dest'cni. Whereupon it Is- ordered that said defendants lie notified by publication, that plaintiff has coniineucul a suit against them in this court, the object and general nature of the pelition tiled in said uit being the enfotce incut of the lien of the State of Mis souri r.g.Cinst certain real proptrty i.wned by said unknown heirs, thu fjliowing rc:d estate: Southwest quarter of northeast quarter; of sec tion 2 1, township -13, range 13, and fully described in said pelition, for certain taxes, interest and costs lev jd upon said real property as in (aid P'.tl'.lon fully set forth. And tliufiin the said defendants be and appear at lliis court at thu next term thereof, to be begun and hotdcn.at tho court house in the City or Jtlforson, in said county, on thu first Monday In De cember next, and, on or beforo the Hxth day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the boIiio will ha tnkvu as confessed, nnd judgment will be tendered ac cordingly. And It U further ordered that n copy hereof bo-published, acsordl g t) uw, in Tin: arm KU'unt.iCAN, nowspapor published in said Cole cjtinty, for four weds niccesslvely, tlie last insertion to bo atlea3l flflccn diys before the next term of this coutt. W. II.. Lusk, Clerk. 1$y J. A Diiostk, D. C Statu of Misscum, ) County op Colk. J ss. I, W. II. Lusk, clerk of the ilr,'iut court of Colo county, aiorcsatii, Here by certify that tho above Is a true copy of the original order oi puimca . tiou, in tho caueo therein named, as . t io same appears In my olllce. ! un. I . ., t. -...1 iruncss iny uauu as ciuik,.iiuii inu seal of said couit. Done at ofllcti in Jcfferkon City, this 8tli day of Oct 1800, rSEAt.1 W. U. Lusk, Clerk. llif J. A. DuosTis, D. C. A, M. IIqwgu, attoraey (or iiUlutttf. For Judge Supremo Court: ALKXANDKU W. MULL-INS. For Supcrintondcnt l'uhllo Schools: FUANICLIN 1. SHVEIl. For ltallroad Coinmissloiier: JAMKS K.MKltltlFIELD. For Congress, 1 lib District: JOHN L. UUWIN. For Stale SenatL1, llth District: ANDHKW IJ. COLK. Republican County Ticket, For ltepresentalivc: LKAXDKIt V. DIX. For Clerk of Circuit Court: ADAM UOUrS.ONG. For Clerk of County Court: AUGUST KKOUGHK. For Sheriff: gko. w. srniiH. For Collector; WILLIAM W. WAGNHIl. For l'rosecutlng Attorney : For Presiding Justice County Court: nKKNAltl) DULLK. For County Judge First District IIKNHV IIOLLHIIAII. For Judge of t'robatc Court: JOHN J. SOMMKL'. For Treasurer : AUTHUIt 1'. GIUMSI1AW. For Coroner: JOSKl'II 1'. l'OHTII. For Assessor: JOHN 1C. HL'NTKK. For Justice of Hie Peace, Jefferson Township, (three to be elected) KOHKliTK. SALTKli. WILLIAM 15. PAYNK. IIIHAMC. P.ICII. For Constable, Jefferson Township : MANFOKD M. DAUGIIRK l'V. -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JKFFKltSON CITY, M1SSOU1U. rUCLISUED LVCIIY TIIU1SSDAY HVENINO. F. G. Fulkehpon, llitsineas M'anngor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, IX novnucc S.2X'Ili33 COPIES TRlUTi. Entntil (U lUe Voetofflcc at Jejfcrwn City, ,ir., ttx tttroml cltss mtitur. New Scrli'n.'Jun. 7, 1). Thursday, October 23, 1S0O. . ANNOUNCEMENTS- County Republican Ticket- Ucprcscntalivc, L. V. DIX. Sheriff, GKOUGK W. Sl'URlt. Collector, W. W. WAGNKIt. Cirjuit Cleric, ADAM HOUTSZON'G. County Clerk, AUGUST Kl'OKGK!!. Assessor, J. K. UUK'iKli. Probate Judge, J. J. SOMMKIt. Treasurer, AUTHUH P. GltlMSIIAW. Ccroncr, Dlt. JOSKl'II POHTII. Presiding Judge, HKIiNAltl) DL'LLE. Associate Justice, First District, I1KNHY IIOLLItAII. Associate Justice, Second District, HKNHY KAUTCII. The City hotel continues to im prove. If you want bargains call at the Hcd .Store. Mr. John J. Church is off on a few weeks vacation. Childicn's pants h0 cents at the Ued Store. Mr. Geo. Porlh has a line stock' of tho latest in the jewelry line, Mr. John X. Uoss has the contract tc phint tho Mi.ilisou house. A nlco line of men's boots and shoes, Ladies' Misses and children's shoes aHho Itcd Store. Mr. John Deneillc and Sliss Caro line Tyrrell were married last Satur day. A nice nsstrlment of road carts and wagons can bo seen nt F. A. Dwights, 702 West strco Tho protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church closed last Sunday. A mco line of Indies and children's cloaks just received at tho Itcd Store. Tho lllllo Vernon Urother9 gava a pleasant musical entertainment nt Lehman's opera house Tuesday and Wednesday evenings For Judge Supreme Couit: JAM KS 13. GAN'IT. For Superintendent Public Schools : LLOYD K. WOLFK. For liallroad and Warehouse Com. mlssionci: HENRY W. HICKMAN. For Congress, llth Dlstricl: HICIIAKD P. BLAND. ForStato Senate, 1-ltli Distiict: JACK D. STARKE. Democratic County Ticket, For Representative: DANIEL ll.McINTYUK. For Clerk of Circuit Court: WILLIAM II. LUSK. For Clerk of County Court: FRANCIS W. ROEIt. For Sheriff: FRANCIS J. FIIOMME. For Collector: THOMAS II. MAIIAN. For Prosecuting Attorney: WM. S. DAVISON. For Presiding Justice County Court: SIMON X. SCII ELL. For County Judge, Fiist District: JOHN ANTWEILER'. For Judge of Probate Court: ANTON IHil'KGGING. For County Treasurer: JOHN 1!. lilil'N'S. For Coroner: J. L. THORPE. ForAsscssoi: CHARLES DIRCKX, For Justice of the Peaie, Jefferson Township: JOHN M. OLDHAM. GEORGE WAGNER. JOHN W .SCRUGGS. For Constable, Jeffer-on Towns'np: ZAC1IARY TAYLOR GOODAI.L. Mr. C. J. Corwin, formerly of this city, is connected with thu Anpin, Colo., Mail. One week from next Tuesday and tho anxious candidates will know their fate. Mr. Julius II. Conrath of this city, and Miss Lucy Sehuluof St. Louis, were married in St. Louis yesterday. Postmasters arc authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. We allow them the usual newspaper commission. Tub Rki-uumcan is under obliga tions to Mr. W. A. Jacoln. the pop ular merchant at Osage Iiluff, for favors. .Send us your orders tor lull pilnthis 14 you want neat and clean woiKatlo.v lljfuifs. Call and seo sample and as certain prices. Some very lino gravel is being boated from the Osage for tl.u High strict improvement. Sudcn will make you finer cahinet si.n photographs for the money ihau anybody else in the city. Go to him and gel the best. Union Labor State Ticket, Bucklen's Arnica Salve- Tho I'estsillvo In thu woild tur ruts, In ulses, sores, ulcers, salt llieiim, fever fines, teller, chapped hands, cliilblahn. coi ns and all skin eruptions, and posit ively euies pile, or no pay required. It U Kiiaiaiitccd to give perfect sitlfncthm or um.iey ictiiiulecl. i'rleo 2.1 eeuM per box. l'orsale by A. llrandenbcifjer. "Tho Bov Spy" Something entirely new in "War Hooks" and "War Litcratuiu." No "Rig and Utile. You." Mil a clean, unbiased and Succint account of the many thrilling incidents of tho civil war by tho Boy Spy. Grandly embellished with full page Illustrations, coirect in every senso, and one of the most attractive books of the age. All "Sons of Veterans" and tho "Old Boys" will follow with interest the fortunes of Gcno. Tho Boy Spy- Tho Agent for the Hoy Spy is here. Every boy or girl who begins to read this book is so attracted by the nc oouuls of hair breadth escapes, gen erous hospitality, friends among enemies., pathetic lovo stories and daring adventures that there is no getting lose from it until every word of it is read. Gen. Warner, past commander-in-chief of G. A. It., in a letter-to the author of "Tho Boy Spy," says: ' My Dear Comrade Accept thanks for "Tho Boy Spy" sent mo. Your book will bo read with profit and in terest by the youth of our country, and will bo welcomed by tho old vot crans as reviving many of the mem ories of tho late war. Yours fialerpally, W.m. Waunuu. The Best. Everybody wants tho best. Of the 200 books on tho life of Christ, Fleot wood's Is pronounced the best. No ono cau read this book without bene fit. Mns. Ji:nsiu Scorr, t Nichols Hotel, Solo Agent. For Judge of Supremo Court: ORVILLE D. JONES. For Superintendent Publie Schools: ROBERT S. BROWNLOW. For Railroad and Warehouse Com mlssionci: SAMUEL F. BOYDER. For Constitutional Amendment con cerning Judicial Depatlnicnt: YES. For Constitutional Amendment con cerning Judicial Department: NO. nominated, cci tilled to my olllce. For enforcing the law restraining cattle ono year old and under, sheep and hogs, from running at large. Against enforcing tho law restrain ing cattle ono year old and under, sheep and hogs, from running at large. Statu oy Missorni, 1 County or Coi.k, j Ss I, Arthur P. Grlmsliaw, Clerk County court, county aforesaid, hereby certify that the above and foregoing contains a list of candidates for respective oillccs named, to bo voted for at the ensuing general election to be held on Tuesday, No vember I, lfo!J0, together with tho names of the political parties by which said candidates have been as the same have been and arc now on file, in Also, Constitutional Amendment concerning Judicial De partment; and also iiue.tion of re straining animals from running at large. In witness, I hereunto set my hand wid olllcial seal. Done at ofllcc in City of Jeffcron, Mo., this 22d day of October, 1SU0. Si:Aj.J Ar.Tiii nP. Gui.vsiiaw, Olcik County Court, Colo County, Mo". The Tribune is getting to be the great prohibition organ of the west. The democrats are in the run and they will be kept running fiom now until November. Fair View is certainly on a boom. It will not be long before it will he built up in every direction. Mr. Henry .1. Lartonoix ha cer tainly added to his stock until he now has a No. 1 stationery establishment. Mr. Russlcr, one of the prominent business men at Osage City, gave our olllce a business call -Monday. Willi a population of 11,7(52, Jef ferson Ciiy has shown a very credit able increase in population'. Mr. N. M. Vilm and MissThorcsia Jones were married at the Catholic church Tuesday morning. Mrs. Hy Schmidt returned this week from a pleasant visit of scver.il weeks in Cl.icag.i. Mr. David Routszong of KIston, furnished ids horses with a nice spring wa-on set of harness at Hy Schmidts tills week. The Imperial club organised last Fridayj night by ie-clccting A. W. r.wing president, a position lie has held in that organization for 18 J cars. Prof. G. E. Root, geologist and coal miner, was ground to death by an engine of the Mo. Pac, near Boon- villo last Friday. Republicans should not be loo hasty in coming to conclusions from reports by democratic organs as to the political standing of any republi can. See next week's Km-niucAX. Judgo Phillips of the 1. S. circuit court, at Topeka, last Friday, ren dered a decision tltat in effect allows the reopening of the oiiginal package houses. Mr. Casper S. Telhnan died in this oily Tuesday morning. lie was 03 years old at the time of his death. Tho funeral took place from the Catholic church this morning. Mr. Page, the contractor, who got his business affairs in such a muddle, hai been away for several weeks, and will probably ir.t return to this city. Fred Knaup is putting a new front in tho Tuckley barber shop. Dick bad gotten loo fat to got In tho old door, and henco it had to be en larged. Rev. J. T. M. Johnson, Mr. and Mih. II. A. Gass, Dr. and Mrs. Lew (Hen, Mr. W. W. Hutchinson and others of this city went to Independ ence Monday to attend tho Baptist State Association. Seo tho now display advertisement of Friday's Missouri Clothing House. This is one of tlio oldest and most re llablo houses in the city, and is well and favorably known throughout this country. Tho bargains they are now ottering U an inducement to buyers, Tiio St. Louis "Evcnliitr Star Sayings" of Tuesday, October II, gives a few facts about the reckless and fool-hardy extravagance of the democracy in controll at Jefferson City. Jay Gould passed thiough Jeffer son City on Ills tour of inspection at p. m. Monday. Tho brass band ought to hayc given him a warm wel come. A farmer friend of ours insists that the following articles of neces sity should be placed on the free list: Boots and shoes, harness, saddles, bridles and whips, but docs not care if line woolens, carpets and silks arc liiado dutiable, as these arc articles of luxury. It is all gammon to talk or write and maintain that free coimlge of silver will benefit the debtor. It cau not bo did, and no amount of argu ment will make it such. Under tho "Allison" silver coinage law, which lias been in force until re cently since 187-S, the prolits made hy the government on silver coinage amounts to some SOS, (100, 000 under free coinage. This vast amount of money would have been pocketed by the i i'di and not the poor. Mr. Bland demanded and demands that all the profits go to Hie li.'li! ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Siah: oi JIisorm, 1 I'm vrv or L'oi.i:. -In the Oil cult eouit of Colo eoimly,. Mis souri, December term, lS'lo, In vaca tion. Thu Stale of Mioui'l, nt Ihe relation anil to the tiu of Henry .1. Dulle. collect or ot tho revenue wllhhi and fur thu county of Colo and btate of MIourl, plaintiff. V3 the unknown lieli'. of It. Well, dceea-L-il, ilefeiid.uiK. At this il.iy eoines the plaintiff heieln, by his attorney, Ijefnn- the umlcMgut'il. eleiK of -aid conn in vai'a'lon, anil tile hi-" petition, stating aiuon oilier llilngf, that the ahovu named defendant-, Hie plaintllt' allege that lie believe there aru person uueie-H'H m me uiijeet maltir of tin- petition whose nauici he cannot Insert beeau-e they ui'o unknown to him and he Ls unable to de.-i'i lbe their Interest hut to the be't ot hi. knowledge It is derived by decent. Whereupon It I oi-deied thai s.dd de fendants be notllled by publication, thai plaintiff ha commenced a -lilt against them hi this eoiu-r, the object and gen eral nature of tin- petition tiled In -aid .-lilt being the enfoieeiuent of tlio lieu of the stale of .Mi.-Miuri nyaint eeilalu real property owned by .-.lid unknown heir. in follows : Noil Invest ipiuiter of south east quaiter, section 21, township I a range III, and fully desuiibed In aid pe tition for coi tain taxes, Inteie-taud eo-t levied upon slid real propeily a. In ,ikl petition fully setfoith, and that unless tin: aid defendants be ami appear. il thh couit at the nest term thereof, to be be. gun and hidden at the court house in Hi" City of .leffci-on, in said county, on the llr.-t Monday in Deeemb.'r next and on or befoie Hie sixth day of Mild term, an .wer or plead to the petili.m in said eaue,tlie Mtnte will be taken a confessed and judgment will be icndeied accord ingly. And It is fm titer mdeied that a copy hereof be publi-lied in Tin: Stati: iTUUCA.N.a new-paper piilili-liedi-j said Cole coiiuiy, for four week-.-iieces-ively, the la-t inserlioii to b.- at least llflcen days before the next term of tills court. W. 11. I.i.-k, Cleik. .1. A. DuosTl.,1). ( Stti: of .Mi.oui:i, CoLvrv of C'U.i:. j s. I. W. If. T.iisk. cleik of the Circuit couit of Cole county, aforesaid, heieby iceitlfy that the above is a true copy of thu original ouier of publication in the eaii-e tlieiciii named, as tho same appears 1 In my oliiee. I iVItiie-- my hand a clerk, and ihoseal j of s.ild conn". Done at olllce In the City of .Icfl'eioon, tills. Sill day ot October, Ib'.KI. I Sr.AI. V.'. II. I.LSK. Cleik. lty .1. A. l)uori;,D.C. A. M. lloi uil, attorney for plaintiff. ORDER UF PUBLICATION IN TAN SUIT. Stati; or Mim ui, Count of Com:, j ss. In (ho Circuit court of Colo county, Mis Kiiul, December tei in, 1 !!'), in vaca tion. Tho State of MIsouii, at the lelaiion and to tho use of Henry .1. Dulle, collect or of the revenuu wlihlu and for the county of Colo and State ot Missouri, plaintiff, vs. tlio iinkuon 11 heirs Of John Creiucr, deceased, defendants. At lb s day comes the plaintiff herein, by Ids attorney, before tho undersigned, clerk of said court In vacation, and llles his petition, stating among other tilings, that the nbovo named defendant, Tho plaintiff alleges that he believes there 1110 persons iuteresleJ In Iho subject mailer of tho petition whose name- liu cannot insert because they aie unknown to lilin ami he is unable to deser.be their lnteiest.but to the best of hi know ledge it Is derived by descent. Whereupon It'ls unit-red that said de fendants be uolllled by publication thut plaintiff has commenced .1 suit ngiiitist Ilium lu this court, the object and general nature of thu petition tiled in said suit being the eiiloieeineiit of the lien of the Statu of MUsouil against ceitalu real piopeny owned by said unknown heirs, tho following leal estate : Noitheast quarter of northeast iiuarter of section III, lown.-hlp II, range II, and ful.y de scribed in said petition for certain tuxes, Interest and cost levied upon said real pioperty as lu said petition fully set forth. And lhat unless ihu said defendants ho and appear at thl? point at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at thu couit house lu thu City of Jeffcrsou, lu said county, 011 the Hist Monday lu De cember next, and, on or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to thu petition hi said cause, tlio saiuo will bu taken as confessed, an J judgment w 111 bo rendered aeeoullngly. And it Is further ordered that a copy lieieof bo published In Tim State Ui: i'Ulil.lOA.,u newspaper published I u said Colo county, for tour weeks successively, tlio la't Insertion to be at least lltleeu days befoie tho next term of this court. V. II. I.rsi;, Clerk. Br J. A. Duoste, 1). C. State of Jitssount, Coi'xn Of Com:, ss. I,W. If. Lusk, clerk of tlia Circuit court of Cole comity, aforesaid, hereby certify that tlio above U a true copy of thu original order of publication, in tho cause therein uamed,asthuS'iiuuappears in iny olllce. Wiluess my hand as cleik, and tho seal of said court. Done at olllce in the City of Jefferson, this Sih day of October, 181)0. SnAt, W. II. Lusk, Clerk. By J. A. Duostk, D. C. A. il- Uouun, attorney tor phdutltt. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. Stati: or Missorni, County ok Com:, j ss. 1 11 tho Circuit court of Cola county, Missouri, December term, 1800, in vacation. Tho State of Missouri, at the rela tion and to the use of Henry J. Dulle, collector of tho reventio within and for the county of Cole and State of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. the unknown heirs of C. M. Painter, deceased, de fendants. At this day uomcs the plaintiff herein, by his attorney, before tho undersigned, clerk of said court in vacation, and lllcs his petition, sta ling among other things, that tho above named defendants, The plain tiff alleges that he believes thero ato persons interested in the subject matter of the petition whose names he cannot insert because they tire un known to him nnd he h unable to'dc scrlbc their interest, but to the best of lii 3 knowledge, it is derived by descent. Whereupon it is ordered that said defendants he notified hy publication, lhat plaintiff lias commenced a suit ".gainst them in this court, the object and general nature of tho petition llled in said suit being tho enforce ment of the lien of the Stale of Mis souil against certain real 'property owned by said unknown heirs, tlio following ical estate: North half of southeast quarter, section 20, town ship I'-', range 1:1, and fully de iciibcd in said petition for certain taxes, interest and cost levied upon said real property as in said petition folly set forth. And that unless the said defendants be and appear at this court at the next term thereof, to bo begun and holden at the court house in the City ot Jefl'eison, in said coun ty, on the first Monday in December next, and on or beforo the sixth day of said tcim. answer or plead to the petition .111 said cause, the same will bo taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered accordlniily. And it is further ordcied that a copy hereof he published, accoiding to law, in Tin: .Stati: Rm'L'hi.ican-, a newspaper published in said Colo county, for four weeks successively, Ihe last insertion to be at least fifteen days before the next term of this court. W. II. LfslC, By J. A. Di'.osti:, 1). Si.vii, or Mi-orm, ) County or Com-:, ) ss, I, W. II. Lusk, clerk of the circuit court of Cole county, aforesaid, here by certify that the above is a truo copy of tlio original order of publi cation, in thu cause Ihctein named, as the same appears in my olllce. itncss mv hand as clerk, and thu ical of saiil court. Done at olllce in the City of Jefferson, this tith day o October, ISO'). Si:ai.1 W. It. Luu, Clerk By .1. A. Di'.osti:, D. C. A. M; II0u1.11, attorney for plaintiff, ORDER UF PUBLICATION IN TAX SUIT. State or Missounr, County of Coi.i:. j ss, I" tlio Circuit court of Cole comity, Missouri, December term, 1800, m vacation. The State of Missouri, at the re lation and to tho use of Henry J. Dulle, collector of the revenue with in and for tho county of Cole and State of Missouri, plaintiff, vs. Tim unknown heirs of John Maznieck, deceased, defendants. At this day comes the plaintiff herein, hy his attorney, beforo tho undersigned, clelk of said court in vacation, anil file? his petition, sta ling among other things, that the above named defendants. The plain tiff alleges lhat ho believes there arc person interested 111 the subject matter of the petition whose names he cannot insert because they arc un known to li 1 111 and he is unable to de scribe their interest, bill 10 the best of his knowledge it is derived by de scent. Whereupon it is ordered lhat said defendants be liotilled by publication that plaintiff lias commenced a suit against them in this court, Iho object and general nature of tlio petition filed in said suit being the enforce ment of tho lien of the State of Mis souri against ceitain real propcity owned by said unknown heirs, the following real estate to wit: North half of southeast quarter, section 20, township 12, range HI, and fully de scribed in said petition, for certain taxes, interest and costs levied upon said real properly as In said petition fully set forth . And that unless the said defendants bu and appear at this court at the next term thereof, to bu begun and holden at the court liouso in the City of Jefferson, in said coun ty, on the first Monday in December next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, nnd Judgment will be rendered accordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof bo published, according to law, in Tin: State Repuhmcan, a newspaper published in said Colu county, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to bo at least fifteen days beforo tho next term of this court. W. II. Lusk, Clerk. By J. A. DuosrE, D.C. State of Missouni, ( County or Cole. ) ss I, W. IL Lusk, cleik of the circuit couit of Cole county, aforesaid, here by certify that tho abovo is a true, copy of the original order of publica tion, In tho cause therein named, as. tho same appears in my olllce. Witness my hand as clerk, and tho seal of said court, bono at olllce in the city of Jefferson, this 8tli day of October, 1800. W. H. Lusk, Clerk. By J. A.Duosie, D. C, A, M, llQean,allQrnoy forplaiallff, A3