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TILTS lyiSXIIVOTOIV CAUCAJSIA3T -.V1 lOXI'TJES JA1VUAI1Y 11. 1C8.
iCaun&suin and impress. In tormrr tin., I trior tLo negro nui frted, the abolitionist 4 complained that Sarabo trsw n tit way of free la bor, that be eivlu Jo J white men from the tillage of the tvul. 3Lem We should like to know how it is now in respect to thore mo people whether their liberation has removed them ontof the way, or whether they are more than t ever in tie white man's path of lahor? If the neivj would work at nil, he j woahl now extlade all white from la-j ?Mr anl a.- It i. he contributes a full J what he never accomplished, hut there lv exclndi'.' the white man. AVc do not know what thettititv will show, hnt we are inellned to the opinion that there in Ie.s farming row, in a?l iee titn, than at any time in tho his-torv rf our tMthtrt. " Hen. CiAxr Im removed John Pope, from hia satrapy, for which thank to lien. (bBAST. Tope the hel size. liar extant comnian led in (looruia. and hh la-tt act was ti order the treasurer of the State f Georgia to pay ?.0,OtO j which he dll not have) to theNeicroe and Mongrel who compose, the late convention there. The Republican, having attained the liice little Age vffixty year, made it appearaaice in a new copper faced drer- on the 11 instant. Jun xauy it live, if it L.i live right. " ' A Tongh Story. Jake M.'(lnn! IivcJ out in lonoj;a. anil i nwteJ for drawing tLe Inii'' tow. fn day he bad jnt tfpped into the Iar room for hi- i-utumary iiikc-. n l.oii l.o was a.-kc I J"r a yarn. At first he dec-lined, sayitiif he tou! l not tLink of ne ; but ti oiler of a driuk sliarpenp l hi mrmmy, td Jnke related the fol lowing "tretuher:" "Aro ion an-arc," he lean, '-that my father did a little in the drover' line, and I Terr cften went with him to help him? WtH, he one had a hr.n-J ired rattle, and alnl twice a n"any i tnrkeys, to drive throe hnndred lui'es. ( They were a very awkward drove, af you must know, and a Le needed vy ai!tan e I accordingly aeoompanied ! him. TTell, we drov tLem three Liin-, drel milM in four days." MVhat' that V sai'd one oi the loaf fr, "three him. Ire d miles in four days? That" too miH-h cf a j;.i thinir. Juke. Whv, that would l 3ventv-tive utiles adny." Jake, .aH-r a ni-.iont's reilcction, thought hi sluittueiit was rather steep, ! h said, Hut von eo we drove niirht and dav." f ' i p 1 .t 1 c 1 1UL, intrrrupfe 1 ftnOtlXT loaUT, t hti von have no trouLW u itL the tar-! &x Ja!, o?ly they dtouM to tirt cvrrv rvciting a Lille i-e-t'ore dark' titit cotttinued tio interrogator. -hv could you drive jiigbt ftiul lay when the tnrkeys went to rHt betVre tlark I TluLa rather mixed, Jake' Jaiie perceiveil tlmt be IiaJ male a; woi.ei the .r!d with ii K'itter, it.- it-?- an.Mt Marnier, but nothing daunted, Lu eon- j , KH, th, vinf . it4 hUerl n tilinf!- j A' lift tniji-t r-f in it- nrilil-nii-i untbrllh'il Voa didn't hear in out. I didn't tell nhre they went to root.'' "Whore iliii they roost, tuen 1" in- juired the loafer. "Why, n thr cattle.- laok-, of course," answers! Juki-, nit Lout ivcn a toi.-ir A correspoudent of tbt Savannah la'or Adrrtiser saj: A iw nights since, jafliaj; aohurch n bero ' frdnin love to conreato, wo overheard a conversation which amn-ed us, and may not he oiiinterest irijj to yonr reader. Sam and Joe were coi!y seated on tlc step, when Sam remarked : "Joe, -why don't yon o to d? league tiott like yoa used t do?'' Say Joe: "Io fact i, I don't like de white trash dat ilonp to it. You Ct'e, dat is a 'aciery anj' body can jine, white or colored, and de whito folks dat is jned are berry umall 'tater-, few in a hill, rotten in de middle, pithy at both ends, and mighty stringy at dat, and I don't want to have nothin' to do wid 'em." Sam's ttcarty response was, "dat'e e blessed trocf.'" An abstract of the State Auditor's report for 18o7, shows that 32,5o0," f-res of land ; real estate worth i'i'Jt 493.3o9 ; and personal property worth tt 1578.53 total taxable property r lf"6T, 84,863,895, as against 82G,- iX2,f0i in i860. The taxes assessed for l?67were: For Kevenne $1,207,- 730: for Interest 1,S10,415; for connty jjnrpofes ?2,100,48G; polli 9151,013 ; Total amount collected daring the year lor state and county purposes So, The real estate of St. Tnis connty Is pot down at f 100.333,'tfO, and its Mrsona! property at 26,877,300 total S13G.216.120 being a slight fraction -ss than one-third of the whole Tata- "oa of the State. JfitjHttch. . S-Nral" steamer have arriv. I at Cairo i i i, ;rt. .oft'.. ! fi..t- ... h't ..t. ami mniy for minoia. The rattle ar r not all r,-a, tatlc, arid the owner y they ar t0mp-!!e 1 to brin their tockfrvm M.si.sij,p;, (funeral Ord's district), to av jt fronl the nerne, n ho are killing or stock and robbing l-lanters with impu.jty ; and the whites ran get do relr" "hen a neirro in a party. A war of races!) rei'unled cer lain if Orl continue in fower. An editor ittatcs that tli-Inir a r--renl hurricane, with the aid O' a !as, he coal l distinctly ee ammaHnnd str pt't fSfini throngh tLe air atari im-nicn- iMigiit. He probably holed thronh a tclas cf whwky. Not liking the play cf the "It.!v of! .yon, a ti t ma r ir. i in agaJ Mormon arose and wi-nt out with Mi twenty-four wivc angrily stating thai he "wouldn't sit. and see a play wl era a man made sucL a cussvl I'uss over on woman." Mrs. Mary Angnsta Emma t'.iroiine llempiead Cunniiigham Eurdrll Ifo remus Hyde has brought a divorce suit in San FraucWo to strike off her last name. The Jew were once punished for adoring a fahrtealf. It the men of tbW country take warning. Mrs. General Sam. Houaton dietl of yellow fever at Independence, Texa, leeeinbr ISth. A Tkwm . oiintT roaJ tontra. tor de nmpil the other day, leavint; I chind Itim debt lo the amount ofgS,U0". Stanton hnn completed hi defence, jnd Senator Howard will tako charge t( it. .i.a m mm - - Jtf. Davi and wii arriTeI in Nw Ovleaa ou the 'ilmi of December. 12 SBELAY AT MARSHAL. OrijriiiNl. Or-r the hxr mu.mfi irniriri way. ih)IUirrntC liiwiirf the foe. With the blur ami jcoltj f ttie esfelrru rky. And a t-'tfTl ! sivrl !liw . 1 h- -iiu?in tretttl the column; I he trumiunc uml iieijrh.ug i'I -i 1 tmr vluk :uui thr 1 uijf ,S tbrt-s, Vec raiue-ib wC wnur tle-trttU. With the var.,.; f.f mrf rnl pennon; With Ihepolup nml gl'ry ol war; Amid crrtitng aul bvv miliar il cannon, The 9ttUroiu nwrpl frutu alar. Fleree itlt (he cit ot Ihr sei-irr. And thin rw IUv lines uf crey ; Ah? but the Cowvr wf all liie btrUr, Were nthvretl m tti-rn niru. Jill he prhte of the tM raral-r Hri't tuo3" bratr km--i)U of thr we-f ; TiVir wrv the fci-enft unci tru t, Vnd ciiwr Tirrle itrrnl- wrr the h-t. T;tf h.vi Ii-Uv-a tlirlitru oJ lhtiri-lii-fiitiu ltrui;h rtt-KewarS cr:imt nr and rlfm, And ttri. in the ml-U-l if rhiirjr-," Ihr liv L rube-l an iucuruaie lVHm. Tin prar .-ky wai troopinir with ihwlow, A? thry n;i;iriVi beiMttlh itli IVath; Anl thi rhill uir nH' hi at :tnd direful. W ith U19 niflivt 111 and .-iilphurUA hrvatti; 4.nm Mnni'i). tnin r.r to vitiijruiird, tatrl tih hj round m t'ta walls of are; W'4-hd tr i v tli 'hfn?m il" ImiTor, In thai tU-uTh-i;raidtr iu rn und dire. I rlttc-h! on f rl in iho combat, A Hie wtvlvv: ruolift tt.-w u u Uu-ir prey j Hot chunks. Htlh hi cultanl Iwo hundr-dt Kpi tfe mrci!r-- h-mon at buy. Ami "hf lov siirk phime was their banner. And hi- luir hair ihrtr braeon it?n; And on, like thr -wHl of the nrMii. .rtt the u;ithnms unhrokeu Uuc. nr rhnrirt- more. mm. crird the chieftain. n Thrre :irr th iu-iiiU in buttle arr;i ; Btitrb'-y inn?tkmw rhui 'n hell rutih rldvr, Xht tiiry meri in the priloii- ti .tv. M:v imre. ir the htn;T d .Snthron. li7r:r hi rr ih'tr jz -nuoii nave: Il trt ol arm muM ut lIti-r or Ircinbit, I e TUsh lo Uv:tth and th grc. owe ftv1 flo.nts of ih onthrons. Mrunuf und w thr Indian.- death ng9 And. likf a 1h.Ii fi,m Uiv li iiid .f .lehoiab, I Vv Inn -I on tlie ath-ruij; throng. it. li ke the ru-th of the whirlwind. Ibd a the -irtrro' breath; '1 hitiftt the -mfkr and Iliune t the combat, Tliry rushed mn lucainate lH-alh. Ilttrrah! fr the W e-ts peerb-s riders, lxn Ttefore tloiu went pi-ntin and pin me; And the reeit'ti. rreltnic anl li a tiered, A - their kTU ubre II .! "d tbro Ibe bnun; tnr fto tii rrampiiu and jjluntiijj!', W enr wrbl -feed- and their rider tht ui'-rn. And Mit-lhv. tre Lnnrht d the border, t roiii tu ir (rp like a phaiitm w a- pone. M V W 1M IEI.D. TO PAULA. Oritu; Aye. thy fceart i full i ttn-hin; I-itr hnii(- loit it- jfltHm to t!iee; nd thy spirit, in i ct3lnee. I urn 1 In !in;ithy Co me: W ho su hiM"tiii. in my adne. ' Viid heart hd'w aud it.- tenr?, lr:ipimr. with :i y, e.tch h'Hir I tuil ttiaM4 b; ignily through UtV'tf enr. 'Ah! fh henrt. oft in it- mnfinjE-, Viht - for eoine uirit near, k U.lt Wotitd fha inAV it- -.UtllH', W th- smile, h'1 t:Iie !! t-r: . nd. hen lat'tttf rhad'tw tf;itht red, !-ir!t-wht-!er ranir to mine : t Ute m hr.irt to pl:wltn-, U ri ;it- of -UUallLUe Ut uc lvine.' T. nl.i. tliy jTef Vfie r!ef-r d me, V ith iit kind mid gentle tone: bdi- thy kindred -itrit hovered .ir me 1 W.4H 'T I h in ni tear and wrrvw, VAio,r:n oer w tmt hail hen ; ;nt I ttirtit !ide the ijrkne- 11 ti iiwie-4 and auudhin- in. T--II m why d.a th-Hi f..f-x.-r trter -nu If atnif life '- w av , l.k- thr spirit' i.'uely nii;ht-tiute 1nn : ovon hnp dav W hile I rill the heart V ith sndw; I;m the Krihtts.t eyes with te;r- -i! in r "nl taded fl'mcrt: Hide in ituM the hy-pn er L-iti.t t. LIGHT AND SHADOW. cr,t-i.u.i. Tl.e U v.icue lon.'uiif f'rrvrr that ti iheht;.rf inner t.-ini.ie, ui.dccnanslv thrills I ,f- " v itil i;mn5u review trahi. trill iv ;ind clalne.-,. hlt sorrow and pain. j W hi-h. trenihiintf r'i- r. the heart, und then ic-., I.ikr flie wind thai lir-t ki---, then t e-t the r. II d edinir and t)r, n the -mh! hrijsht and jcreen, hile it- l a.;?. niuritil and ai'aUei'uU, tell on e t i re h:ith been ! jufiiul bi--oiw of fr:icTfnr and arrace, Kuf a iienutirul ruin now uuiki the place hire it frod: and we Uk. on the deflate track, lit Ifnuiy alt vanished, never nn-re to cinc hark t "I rheir h rf :.iini the uuti)cht n xunr and the skaIe i 1 IU tj cr " e -v,ji it : for lb iaire.-t lutLst fade. : f ;iti.iiy iiy. winif. t-ii(-:irn in1 null iinl c-i If-! H'-.-hiiii.- rre tun, iim it.- ii-avrs With all J i!ir iririh Willi ne tii'iw; nml wr, in ilepair. jily tiirii'h ter!4; .nil we e lyint? tlit-r1 Is iuf. ii'-iiritiKK,n. ii tti.kf'i ir.; I h rhrtrni riie lort. lif--- milii- nil Ilt-i, H hil- .nr t-ir ari'l rrtv -pirir In-ih ft 11 TIul 1 11 - I Ht-T i.1.mm llli;l Ull ITS l N.fllME t-i.l.. l.-iti.ir. ADIEU. Thr l :rk plunv. o'irhi- pnlli"! !ifo Ir-s --nihr ?hal-w thr. w ; A rt'1 h'r vi-f wit- and low- A - li. wtii-rp rtr-l. a- lif liiriH-"! to o I w ill lie ti'iiw Ali-u! ali-ll! It neatli Ih- -rfumi tlroppin vin--. I h io!i-t- oikmI their ol' hint ; Ail'l I tlrnnk lile'loyal wtm. An! youii loe' ilrearn wa- miiir I will hp triti- A'Ueu! aihcu: Thi tlriftinr now. 'niil winter tfloni. 'I liir !.hroul o'rr lh l-.i'l flowi-r- lr-w . Itut tiitrr wt summer lile an'l tropii- Mooui, lu my brart, un-on-ioui of it- iloint I will he trill- A'licu! allien! Srt voir! Spring tflni on apitre. Hut softiv I. ii the ilew l'ln my stiMipr'ii ileath-white farp, Auil it vwicc nioani"! ttiro' the hauute! epai-p w ill lie true A'luu! rnhiu! In Tin mar MrnitM nf n-vplrr. Ami nceiies of mirth ami bcanty woo. For. through the awlul ileithof eteriiiry, I foliwuir liie Aiirht of m noul im-i free, I will bp Inn Adieu! ailk-n! MT WtNFU!I.D. TO LIZZIE. Th -af-hire liirht shine ?wrrv r!ar. Within thin ry-, my Lizzie, ilrar; Ami n Thy liy fh ffntl Ainile lltka a ht-turt tliut kuoHAnoguile. Tb1 hrP mnmetitji nr no more, Yr m riiiry shall oft rt-tore In vt-ioit.- jjwert, tho1 far fr'in th, lh frm, anU tht t4 Irft to iw. Jnl fr.iy msy romc, v hrn hope's r lafr, h;il, -"jtl U-llWr, u-4 to brtffhltfr ffltr; her thoti .halt Lr (he rontant ?tar, To litfht aurt Kunle ur I'roiu a tar. Ami I,ix2te ' form ' lefore me now. With rinMl'-t flovuir o'er thai bnw; W hit'h eio1 a rharni arooml the isoul r Aii't lia.cn mv heart without control. Dover, l.;7, K. B. ACROSTICAXd. 'I.yponni," who all Sparta lorrd; K iiiir-t to Tirtue ttum art, if not by blood; I tfttoriiijr ie, m ith iitt'ltectital tnire; K iiff.rti ne'er a parlan iiHm wnone tare T rath, with infrm.-or wortn, could he, 1. earne Muitent, more than t with thee. V, arth'o 9 are frw, yet injv n' care Y our brow o'rria-t om liie e'er ?har-. It ! Btatel that many Southern : !'UiifcM ati'I ovcrsceH have applied to the KnIish cotton supply association lor employment in the cotton cnltnre, in any region where they can be mado available. I be applicants are repre sented to he men of character and po sition, funi and bankruptcy have forced thm to this alternative. The oiler was discussed at the last meeting of the association, but the result of the deliberation is not siven. The present imrttiitnus tax an cotton is a premium to the foreign culture, and a positive prohibition of domestic groath, the re sult of which, in tho exhibits of the balance of trade against us, will soon be apparent, eTen to the malignant ! haters of Sonthern prosperity, with whom the tax originated as a pnnish- mcnt and lr.ght. Modern anor black maiL l'nnrh. Gnarter-mas(M-s landlord. Fun. .. r t -.Men who nave r-gen" aeronauts. Mexico is beginning V, revolve again. An unappreciated joke-a cell. Wit may have breadth, shouldn't lie orood. The key to open a Christma!-boj. Tnr-key. Kj: Uncommon sense rcti. ence. Florence is overrun with Americans. Editors are called Miquarati" it I.ynehbnrg. A HnrlforJ author is engnireil on a . i . i- f . i l ,"Mr m womu" 8 process irora im earliest aifo, to.le entitled "From tLe Fig Leaf to tho Crinoline." "John," aked a physician of the apothecary's apprentice, "did Mrs. Green get the medicine I ordered?" "I Cueis no," replied John, ''for I saw a :rape hancrimr to the doorknob this J morning." addoll, 3IvC'ausland &. IVs Column. AUDCLL net Al iI..iU K. t'O'S. Waddcll; ltVcllldlclUU & Co. flK now rei-vividi and offering to the public verj LatrKe and Klejfaut toek of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, at much leas prices than they have been d4 fT earn. I tieir EtM-K. wa p re n rn t .11. in Sew York, attwr the late IIKAVY HKCI.INK. and decte! ith isreat care, and with opectnl refer-ruci- lu the want oft hi market. WADDELL, M'CAUSLAND & CO. areffferintr OKEAT KARGAIVS in Trinta, lirow and Hleuehed heetinit hirTmffs, rlain UH I'laid tsuaber, Mrifcdt, i ickb, Lh Vk4, AC. Ai nt 4 s )rf ry S "tock of DRUHfii GOODS, a cTcr was opened in Lexinfivn, can be sen at WADDELL, M'CAUSLAND & CO.' . Tlir attention of th I.lle l iH ,-inlly rallcl to tlii-i fact, unit thy an- im iteil to naraihr llii-ir hMn.i-4oiiiR silk-. liriMiftilini-, r.i-rntr-.-. riplin-, Moliair-t, Tamartiiws, l't-rcul, Mozainbi-il'Mi 4c. WADDELL, M'CAUSLAND & CO. Hare a Large, choice, and j lxceelingrly Cheap lot of C LOTUS, CASSI MERES, TWEEDS, JEAXS. COTTON A DES, 4c, Ac, Ac, For Mn and Boys' Wear. WHITE GOODS, LACEf, HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, TO SUIT AL I. I CUCAP, AT WADDELL McCAVSLAKD . CO.'S WADDELL. M'CAUSLAND & CO., cis rt'HXisu Ladies, blisses and C'liildren With Ui best and lalett strles of SHOES AND GAITERS. BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELIPTIC SKIRT, For Ladies & Misses, The jrewent Style Out, at WAlrQELL. McCavsLAXD & C0. S. I yTh. n It fal for the 11 tier al patronage hereturom beatiwa npon onr hnnaa. we tnwt ihst by strict interr.:7 nd prompt attinllnn to liu.lness, to nerit a eofitinuanre of the same WAItM.M., Me;AI,LAM tt CO. Lexiugton,ApillO, In,;. Sundry Thing-. Corner Mrtin and l.aiirvl .tivi'ts, I.'iiiton. Mn, "I " L'I.l re-ipvc-ttuUv auuouucr to tin- (.jil,- (l W I.Hluetle and mljuinin eotiittte. tli:tt tliev are in ri-ceipt ol the beat avlvvlcd aui imel xeuerul Hrfortnicnl ol II K A DY-M ATK CLOTH I X G , llalH, Caps T;iilorins ;ods, v.c. rcr broiiiht t Li'xiuirton, ain lh:it IhfT nr noli- itiil tlwin ill llif I.11W KT ri:l l. F 1 I .V--II. W r llnlt1 ilt riivlVfl, till'l nri-imxv upt-tiil) mi' nd havrth' lbst and most Vund u.-orinivnt evi-r htoitifht to l-xiiiuton. Our f-toi'k of Merchant 'I'ailoriu Joodn is ctnn- plete and ol the Jn'it ijimmy. .uti made to order on hort notice mid perKet Htir-tHC(it'U icii. W e are iietrriniiifd not to tu- iindeivold hv iinv litni4e in 1 entrnl Missouri. 'Vim putdie are invited to call and examine ouroiock. nmv:! Iv MfKIVNIN .v K ATZ. " ' AviiV: KL K U k ' AV 1 LSUX'S SMWINti M At'JIlNKS, Took the I'reniimii at tlie I-ale Fair a St. I.oiiih. 4V ;ltini:s K 4III.K, Agents. i.i vr.it iioia. MAIN TUI-.hT, LEXINiriON. II AS Jt'T UK.KIVKI nl'tlll ami colill"- ftoi-k ;l!.oiiHblr ffootU, il'lavl-'! to ill'- wants ol Hit: tluilf, which nrrr t.ollKllt iit vitt low l)i;?, FOlt O.VSSI I, and will he Bold at a Vrrj Small Advance on Cost, for4'afK I don't ornpoae to svll $hhs for I.KS than COT, nor do I cl;iiiu lo Sell by the Million, lIutmiiM i aFuct: THAT I BUY STRICTLY FOR CASH3 wliicti rnnlilcs me to SKI.r. OIKAPER, han tliov who htiv on tim, un I iiy no iui lot takiii; the rik on time purcli iit.-,. trrl wlicit a i-Hill'ioni the vnlli, pledjinsr my-st-ll to f"ll a low it a.m liuuc in the V ei my-Jyt-mrtO iil.iyKIMICil'X. SKW STOKE! SEW I.OODS! ! G. D. DUVALL. MAIN SIUKKT, Ol'I'OSITK ITV UOTLI.. l.tXINt;Ti'N. Mo., AS JUVf KKCtlVKl) HIS LAKGK STO K OK FALL AND WINTER GOODS, t which he invite the. ttntim of the u lir. ftovk is all new, hav nip jt 'tnif(, ami lo- N trniit-tT, by fair dealing, to f-trtbltli a Jarc bui e!v. All iirau,i n want ol" UoulS, !luK, IIAT, U'S, DRY (iOODS, or anything in hi- -:l 1 1 . l-' V lino. ,-ll to iii- him : ll 1)1 V Al l. Fl HAITI KK. n. i p. wiNKi.Kir, Maiiiirairtiiii-r-'iit'aiul iK-aU-rs in all kinds of l: i i iTUi tjz. Franklin Mrcet, Oppoi.itp the Slarkrt lloup. I.kxinotiin, JIiorni. Coffins made on Shortest Notice fUD.li for uflms w ill aNo be r Mivetl J at our Uorkhop. on o"th Mieft, If" oiith Op .E1V GOODS. r. u. fiarMKi. GRIMES & VEKABLE, Watchmakers & Jevve'ers. I.KXINOTON", !. iIK ju-t .n receipt of their Kail Stock of.lewelry. Watbs, ilt-r Ware, &r , to wlucli they fall he attrii!tn of tlif jml ill-. They have silver Vat un) V:uie lidotl-, in Ore at Variety, K. lli.waril, -'n VVaichfS. Applt tiin. Tracy Alo., 1. s. r.artUtt, II lVrn tte. i hai le- K Ti ott A S..h. .1 anten S. Turner, ait manr other makers f Kim- Watches. rral SeT of Jewelry, in plain an-t t.lnts- t-an . White Oviix, Plain til Ktmnrun. arbiinr.es Dam ami Ktriisran. t arbunrle anl Tenri eit .1 tt ami .!! et.-t t.contint i baito-, .tiar-l, Ve.t, ant KoH Chain. Nerk lares and nrarek t-, Tins. r-tittotiF. KarrinS'i. anl heavy I'lain nines. of various kiml?. UttvX nl surer ThnnWes, U.tbl anl Silver Sieck., Silver Ware, Spoons, Fork, Ladle, Tlutter Knives, Cream Spoons. Iie Knive, Cake Knives, I'erry Spoons, t unhri. Hruhrs, Kazor. H.or stops T'nrtmoiiies. I.al!f-' l ravelin jf Hunkrts, Tovs and Notion-, in Ureal Variety. sto i:s ! T Stores Y "stoT esT" J. A. GRAHAM, ffrrESMill T' WM. MOKKIM SO I'CALKU IS Stoves, (eoklnc UftlB(t lor Wood ana Coal HAS FOR SALE THE "INDIAIVOLA" For wood, a "L.EX1IVGTON," For coal r wwx . USPOrnTEOIA" the bent rfK.kitijf stnvM vpr in T?nttt ami ur' warrante.l iu every rrip-ct. AUo m litrge asartnivut of other fS rV O VES, Tin, Sheet Iron, & Copper Ware, JAPANNED A FIJENCII WARE, Ay. a STOVE CASTINGS. Itrll.L KEEP "t INSTANTLY ON HAND A Mipplvot the belt and niu.t uppnd pat terns of MO E, which 1 will warrant ti cook well, or uv sale which 1 will at the IiOWPHt CTohIi I'rices. rirsonul nitentiou given to all kinds of Job Work, GUTTERING, SPOUTING Si ROOFING. All work done by me will lie warranted to give s.ltiifaetion, it' not," no charge will be imule. Country merchants supplied wilh tinware at St. Louis wholesale pricV- ,T. A. GRAHAM. jnn4 lv Main Street, opposite C'itv Hotel. KW FOIXDKV 4SI1 MACHINE SHOP. t:ORNT.R OF SOUTH CEDAR STREETS, I (A few rods from Market square.) I.EXINI.TON, MO THE SURCRIIIER NOW VIIIKri T1 GIVE Information to his friends, and the public, iren erallv, that he has his New Foundry ami Machine Khop" in operatiou. and is prepared to do anv kind of work which may be required in this section of tbt conntrv, and pledge himself that all work entrust ed to him shall be done in a manner to arire satisfac tion, both as to workmanship and price. Pattern will he maile of any form or size, in a perfect mnnner, and castings from the Mime, either in Iron or Ilrass. Will do Wrought Iron work aud Iron FinUhilia: in all it forms. Kepsirinit particularly attended to in all branches of the business, such as Boilers and Steam Kuyiuc of all forms and sizes. Also all other articles Machinery now ill use in the country. MILL MACHINERY, of nil kinds, made and repaired to order. HOUSE TOWERS, HKMP ItKAKES A N l TH R ESII1NG M ACHIN F.S made and repaired to order. fast and Wrought Iron Fcnrln? WOOLEN MACHINERY made to order. Also make all kinds Castings for buildings. Copper l'ifies of all sizes made and repaired. A superior article of Itabbitt Metal al ways on hand cheap. T'e subscriber being a prac-t-l workman, anil known to he such, has conn dene ;n cominjr before a aiscerijiiia; public, feeling satistleilvhat thev will give their patronage to those who are ca,Hhl of doing their work in a proper manner, and ieap. rather than trust to parties wno are not woininn, nor iiiwnii in me iHuiier, only to pass the time imd get the pav: WllJ.lAM M. .TORIV. N. R All kind of old Iron. ltrn and Copper t.Sen in exchange for work, and tin.- laglu-t price Uivtn. Ht. Jouis .dvcrtiseuioiili rrmn Sm i rn lh it K.vrox. Oont-ral A1ver lisin' Aifi-iit.l2i I'ini; SUwt, tit. Ijliis. (IIK'H -IT-IIIlI.KSAI.K tRII.IO fct O.. I.UUI KK-i AI COMMISSION Nus. A ilG NortU i-rnnl t.t ii-blt e M.-rillanl WILI.IAll C. ll:lc. I. U. UNDSLKT- our & i.ivnsi.r.i, Srtl'KSsoi: l.i.l. K l.i.jiilrryrr. o. IMIOT5 i !lil-.S, Ni. .;(; Mitiu ntrert, St. Louis. juu'Jnul t-ll.lltl.ra ll-l Z. I'M I. HTSTI'ENS BOIJK At STi:i I'lXS. FNKl: W. IIIJIHISHiiS MKItl .-HANTS, N.w J So l."i NmiUi .Main lr-rl. h-tVt:n Morgan ml Oli i ii S!i-ci-t, (ulil No -.111.) it. l.ouis, ,M ! Ciish imi-i-fi minlt on ronsj?tinif nis. Pet r Hr.1.-n Pollock WMon. Ino. A. Wilson. C. H. Allen. li t t ot;, It AU.EX, Manufacturers and Dealers in QAIHU.KKV II l;l AKK. Hrrinirv TriiMmintri O l.-HI)lrr, .tc.,Nu. 14 Ntatll Mitlll lttn-t,Al.iiUill Mo. OKI OS AT WIIOI.IAl.i:. Z. F. WETZELL & CO., -IT'IIOI.KS.M.K lltl i;i.l-is. No. PH&lim Main ft Mice!. :M door t'rolll i llettlllt, St. I.olli. 4 4 M MK KKOM a:Cl:l. IN FIVK DAYS I -1 -I: or Iroul ii yi in om- ilay, anil no huiii-1-mr. Kxelu-ivc tenitorv tilVI-A'. Kutirelv new !ni-ine. bi-iiil biamp lor particular. liiAt .M.sKY. je-J-jinf? 311 livp t. , st. I.oiiin, Mo. tiKNTs W AM'KIl i?ll to Sdlla" 4av.to Inmv ilm-roiir new patent sT.Xl: Sill "1'tI.K SKW IN; M A( MINK. 1-l ii i-SJO. It ii-p- two thremU. ami niaki-. tile p-enuine 1,'m k stiti-ii. All ulhr low pl-ii-e'i iiiat-niiie make the t.haiu stiteh. l-.aeh airent -iirni-he.l with n ropy of Letters Iat- rtit. kxi-lu.7ie lerriloi-i- pien. eml for circu lars, s. K. HKMiKKSON ft to.. Sole Ai i.t for the West ami Smith. :iti N. Ith srreet, st. l,oiii. Mo. jo o m i i:it(i a i. oiXE(;t: KIIIM It llllKTIi AMI UH IST STRttTS St. Louis. Mo oti : A'!'lie9, I.I.OWW II M.I., JONATHAN JON:. jaii 7i. w. tobd t co ivhi r. HIT ami North Seroml street. I'd TOUT iHin, '.HP., !U'I, !IJ. illl, MH1 nml !I8 liiii street, ami '.ill, :17 ami ill!i North -ieeont trcet, SAIN 1 LOL'IS, MO. lVopvietol'H of ST. I.Ol IS ItKI.TIXO FACTORY AND Mill Furnishing; Manufacturing Co. ST. U IIOI,4S HOTI'.I., (l-'ormerly Oait Hoiij-p,) S I'. I-HTS. MO r-plIK Sl T.St Iill'.KR, rovmerlv loint plopri' loi-of A the l-.M-rett Iloiie, takes pleasure in annonn eiiicrtu his frieinN ami the ptihlic ireuenillv. that It has taken the above llotell. w hieti ib beinir r'noa- te'l, reliite'l a'.nl Vei'urn i'lieil . The tables will be fiii'plieil with rite best tiie market allonls. No at teminn will be wauling lu make the jruestM frienil of the St. Nieliohls. ENllS JKSMM.S, el'i-bll I'roprietor. 1H'Z9 r.stalilislica 184 Watches, Jewelry St Silverware, i:n;r.r. jkcard k. to.. No. 302 North Fourth St., cor. Olive, (Tinier tM ieli Iloue,) Iireet impoilers, luuitulactureii anil wholesale ami retail dealers . f r'OI'.DElts' UV MAIL 1-llOJirTI.Y ATTEXUED TO.3l jail! Bin AxT, STKtlTOX nQitPEYiTrs ! Cor. Fifth & Olive sts., St. Louis, Mo. KN! ui: (.(H.I.KoL MONTHLY ami sprciiuen 1 iV niii: hip. ri.ORKXCK ,S' c tc i h tf Jf a c h i n e , MAKES FOl'R DISTIMT STITCHES On one and the same Machina, and the ONLY ONE THAT HAS THE REVERSIBLE 'FEED. It Mitvl)i" :vo the wink l'i'i'tl eithtT Cull ami examiue. wonilcr of all . The to the right or left WM. E. PLANT, Gen. Agent, i 508 Che smit, Bctweon Fifth and Sixth, St. Ijonif 55-AOKXTS VVANIKH. Mo. jan!tm3 BROADWAY FOUNDRY. Collins A Holllday, o. 813 Carr bT.. St. Lons. MaoufW-turcra of St.tl0a.r7 A Portabl. Steam Engine and Boiler, 1 flaw snt -rin Mill MtrbnQ Wroufbt flhaltl W'l V lin rtsal l-avat ll HILLa. ia nt llfif work rarrer coduo a Water WhfK Tolum n4 Lrd Vrrtm Beretra, rnnrol TclKec Prow, Laxxl Kc:tla ; aiaa. Qsini Mtit. aa4 SneiUaa rmrom. I ROM IROX!! SLICO IRON STORE, No. 1007 X. Second si., rT. LOUIS. c IIae REDI CED Our PBICES DtCtMBliK 15, 1807. GKO. I. HAM.. ARTIFICIAL. LEGS AND ARKY1S. TNVKNTKP MY A Sl'RGFON. Nine patent in 1 Let es. raiiniir trom int: iiia Vivien, .m, ihiiiujsii U the inipruvemeiitH. with carei'iioniuiiff prrnes, up tn the An mimical t.efr, wi 1 l:it-ral motion at the Ankle, like the natural one, at aiAl). Two patents in Anns, with new i.ioiiller motion, 7.i to SI-J5. reii'l rT pamphlet. It contains Talu able inl'trinatioii anil i fent I'rei', A'l'ln-, 1)1 H (. I. AS IH.Y. M. D. l: l'inc St., between Fourth A Fifl'i ts , M. Louis, Mo. I.F.V.ls MH'KWOOIi. A(rt. St" LOUIS A WEEKLY PAPER, DEVOTED TO LITERATI-RE, FINE ARTS NEWS, DRAMA, MUSIC AND t.RllTClM. TM PRESSED with the idea that a jndicionsly con .i, ,,...! iiirol will meet w ith the support and a, i ;,., ,,r )1 lovers of New: Miscellnitv and i ,.!rin;n, u .. h:n-. mml, no irtir mi n U to iiuhlish m. w e have made fiponr mil WM-kly raner. Iiraring tlie line oi o. i-wio llii.ME JOI'IISM.. Tlie tlrst nnmncr will De i--...! i.r..p,. id. lli-t rkl' Ih.enihet 1 SH7 . Ill size it will lie a folio, containing thirty-two columns of mailer, nine-tenths of which will be .k...... ee.din... e.iii sist inir of selected miscellany. oi-t-iual articles of prose and poetry, summary of news teh Ki n pine and selected, corresponnenre from New York, Washington, Cincinnati, Chicago and New Orleans, and the general mutters ol 1U' li t est transpiring in all parts of the country . To ii'ld to the interest of its pages, w have se rnred the services of many talented writers, among whom we nmv mention the names ol .1. L. I K.v s ly l..wu ii.,ui in the St Louis Kemihllcan Hesperian and Dispatch, over the nom de plume of 't.iasshopper," and 'Kllsty-cilss,' have attract ed so much llllercsl ail'l aiiemion. riin.. r r.- (.1 "MIN. the popular "Jenks" of the Democrat h.... life-like and humorous sketches have so fas cinated the St. Louis readers .1 I.. BOWMAN, ,i. ..ii...,, iiuirki'i" of chic-iro. and the fwetixns ,:..i u...i w.iiifc- 'iliiiis 1'iitrick Le Connor" ol !i. siiuilav Ri uu"l)lican. Mr. MH t lUK ll, the .yf..i." .it iit i ineiiinsti i omiiiercial. whose in' .'r.t,,..r i,.n, rs from Washington, have made him the best known ami most papular correspoudent that bus ever written from that city. The original am! critics! "Versatile," of the New York Tn I,,,,,.. -siM SILMH-.K. the "Dead Head" of the Cincinnati Dramatic Review, and other writers, who prefer to remain incognito. . i ' ..n,.,.. .tmiriml." for conntrv ctrctilation. will reach its suhserilters bv Saturday evening, but u ill l.e dntKl Sunday, as the St. Louis edition is intended as a Si;NI AY "HOME .TOIJUNAt.." Th ervonti-e edition will rout iiin the same read ing as the ci'tv edition, wilh the exception ot tlw Saturday linal news anil telegraphic dispatches, and a resume of Ihese will be given in the siicceed i., eonorrv is, ue of the natter, so that outside read ers shall not lose any items or news of interest. l r.u.w; C...1. Mi,K.es five rents iter ColiV. ;,"r v..e " '. 00 " ' eixmoiilhs Five copies to one address for one year. . . ,.- f n ' ' ' . . 1M S" a. will he seen hv the above, the HOME JOUR NAL will lie furnLlird at a less rate than any paper of a similar character in ine bsuihj. Hoping b merit the patronage and appreciation of the general reader, we solicit the subscription rii " S,1EFF1KI.D h.Aioa, Pniiii'sliers and Advertising Agents, S. E. Corner Pine and Second streets. St. Louis. M IMIRBAMiS' TANDARD SCALES, or .n t. tittps. FURRWht. bRr'KMl'AF 4 CO., 2-26 i'-'S I Jke St , Chicajro, Market St. , St. Louis. Ite can ful to buy only the Gen uine. j"iy 'wriTCROMWELL, M E ll CHANT T A I L 0 R, LEXINGTON, MO., n TT1" REMOVED TO THE NEW STORE, a few XX doors east of the City Hotel, on Main street. Has just received hi stock of FA1.I-. ASti WIXTER GOODS, fine french cloths, :a-simeres and doeskixs, vestin;. rifiK-s TIItltMrVifS. Ar.. i IT,, re-'im u ilir invite.-, bis old custoaur-. and the I fuiuitc g. Derail v, to gut him a cull. mviiim V Mixcfllaiieous. GREAT ATTRACTION!!! AT THE DRY GOODS EMPORIUM OF HuffhT. Wilson. Th f.Hdin an iiiTitc'd to rail and xminr thr Inrrt und varictl aasortmitt of lrr liood hist up:iu-U at W!LS0N'S.-S5er whoae matto always ha beta 'Equal to any, Inferior to None." A usual, I hare maile it my aim, in (electing Cooils for the Lexington Murket, to combine the rsKKlX AND BEACTIFCL, and the BEST ar ticle, at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Respectfully Tours, III OH T. WILSOX, OPPOSITE CITY HOTEL. I NEUEDE. NEW JEWELRY STORE. ITAKK ;KEAT PLEASURE in announrlnjr to my old frieuds and the public generally, that I nave rebuilt my store in epiencuu Kyle at the ul'l place, ami that I bave just bnUKbt in New York attn beet ailvantasr, a splenaia alocK or (.locks, natcuca. Jewelry. MM silver anil Plated Ware. t rench China Ware. Buheniian Xuilet Stsand Omararnra. Hmmio, and tlie beat quality of Table and rorKrl Kntvea. Musiral liistxtiinenU, and the best Italian Vio lin strings, lii-tnr ami I'icrure rraM. IKikine filaaes Ires 'lTimminirs.iUreaa lluttoii-, and all kind; of Notions, Basket. Toys, Ac., Wall Paper J WMew Shades, which I oftVr for sale at a Tery mall prullt. Wati-he. clocks, Jraclry, Musical latrumenu Jtc , carcfullv ri (iaircil. 1 Inir Jcarlrv made to order and warranted . I have on hand over 700 patterns of Hair Jewelry, from which selections can oe maile. I'irtiire Frames maile to order in the beat stvle. I.nokinir Gl.ts-.es filled with the heifFrench lilate ?3-;i.l'l and Silver bought for caafc, or taken in exchange for gooils. Mtyizy E. 9IE4UEDE, CtNT FOR SlNOtk'S CELEBRATED SAving 3Ia.cliineiw, of which he keeps a full assortment on hand . Thii in the best Sewinir Machine in nse, and in UK kuowle'lged bv all who have had an opportunity of tesiiuir the merits of different machines. ir-WoHld respecttnuy call toe auention oi inc public Ui the fact that there were more Machines of it iv maKe soiu in me i : ' v " tiiti s. than of all other niachiniM cobiuiikmi. RUSSELL A CO., Old Stand of Mendenhall and Rnssell (Franklin Srreet, opposite Market HonseJ I1TE Timlit call the attention of persons wishing anvthins; in onr line to our stock of BL"G;u:a. CARRIAGES, RiJiKAWATS, c.. on hand and in prnrensof manufacture, which will lie sold at reduced prices. Orders for new work put np in any nyle to suit, and of the very best ma terial and workmanship. All work warranted. Ki pair in done with neatnesa and dispatch, and at reasonable prices. We hare also en haad seye ral sKt'ONIJ-HAND Carriage. and Bugaies, which we will sell Tery cheap. "'A1?. JAMES CLOWDMXf t CO., Oai-riajBre Makers, MAIN ST., LEXINGTON, opp. BspHstCk). Til AXKFIX for past faror. wonld announce to the public that they re prepared to aaanolac- ture alt kind, of BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, f the best material and workmanship. They ha on hand and are amahing up, Kocaawajs ami an descriptions of Bnarriea. S3-1liey hare on band SF.COXP-IIAND Bujtgies ank Kockawavs, which will be .old low. !fSpeeial attention paid to all kinds of KE- ARKIV1L OF New Fall and Winter Goods. II. J. E. AHRENS, Corner Cedar ft Franklin U., near Market Iloaae LE1WGTON, MO., tKAi.nm nt Staple & Fancy Dry Goods. CL0THIXG, X0TI0XS, BOOTS & SnOES, HATS & CAPS, LADIES' GESTS' FURSISIHXG GOODS. Also all kinds f GROCERIES. HAS NOW RECEIVED, and la eonatnntie re ceivina; a larire, complete and most desirable stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of every variety mands. the trade de- 5 I he rooAs were se lee lea wun rreai em re, anu and bouKht at Eastern Cash Prices, which will anorrt me an opportunity of aeilina; to custoroers at the lowesi possioie priee. in mii.iww. invire all to come ana examine we . jviMf H. J. B. AHRENS. UOEIWER tk SHOCKLET, anrracTcmns op Monuments, Tombs Qrmw Stones. Of cither FcrcfeR r Kmntcam Marfclc, LEXTXGTOS, MO. tiri CLAIM SUPERIOR ADVASTAGKS.OriR V other Western Shops, as thev tiny ueur aaaar ble in St. Louis, whit we obtain onra rir?ot from the Qnarries, l-Work sold by areata. ordred bvsaU, will be promptly nnetHien 10 nichlKf GOEHNER SBOCKXET, KTRiT WTICE. rfiAKES CP bv John B. Martin, living in Lx I i..Ai.hm. I .ye tie eonnrv. Mo., and postedTiefore G. t lavton. S. F-. on the 14th dav of Deeetnber, 187. FOCH STRAT tWS, described nt follows : One n man cow with white face, nark ed with an nnderbit and slope in left ear, and nine yean old; one a roaa cow, stump tail, right horn off, live or aim years one dark brown cow, star in forehead, white beRr. stag haras, marked with aa underslope in each ear, three year. oM: one a brindle cow, right horn partly off, t n years old, marked wilh s crop each ear. Appraised to $10 each. jaa3Y D. Jiisuratn f Notices. E. W I N SO R'S Inisiii-xti.eo V'n" LEXINGTON, M. tEstablisheif in liirA. Rpprewititir tlipfoliouinK KiMt lasc Kmc. Life ax Maum Ismiux.i; tum-iMtt, jtij uu glegale " CAPITAL AM) SCUPLI S OF THIRTEEN II.I.IO DOLLARK! JULY 1 8 G 7. JETXA ISUt.CE tOMPAM, OF 1IAUTFOKU, COSX., FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. Assets, - - - - $1,378,100 HARTFORD IXSl RAXIE CO. OV HAI!TFOl:i. I ONS . FIRE INSURANCE ONLY. Assets, - - - ITXRERTTRITER'S AGEXCT, NEW YORK CITY, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE, Assets, - - :1,I6I,37 7. ORE AT WEST'S HORSE IAS CO., OF ST. LOL'IS, MO., Insures Horses and Mules against THEFT OR DEATH. Capital, ------ $100,000. MITIAL BOSTON". LIFE I.S. CO., J.MCI8, - - ,fl 1,000. Insures Life Only, on all the Late Plans ONE YEAR. FIVE YEARS, YEARS, OR LIFE. TEN IN THE ABrtVK SCIiTA NTI AL ( OMVAMKS I ran write Fire Totieu-a on alt tU'Scriptione) Ifil'ILDINGS. MKI IIAMilK, I'ROIleK AND I'UOPEItTV. Also Marine Joliciei, ajrainttthe lerils of Navi gation. Also, on the I.IVfcS OF MKN" AND ANIMALS, Injuring them apainst A CIIH:XT ANI DE ATH. All at fair and equitable rates, and for aY lem.th of time, from one day upwards. Having- been seventeen years in the InMirartee business, I flatter mys'-U that any Insurance l'olicy indued lv rne will be dne eirrerily. St t"AU Ios-e adjusted with liberality and paiil promptly. Cull at uiv ortice. in I-t-xinirion, Mo. E. HIiOR, Fire, Life and Marine Insurance Agent, uly-jnnii Lexiiitoii. Mn XTSA IX SI RAXIE C6H PAX m7 OF HARTFOKD, CONN. Assets : Insures only against FIRE and the Perils of Navigation. A PPLICATIONS for lu.urrnce promptly attend- il ntto jr.. vi:v-ik, novilmfi Agent. MARIAE nsl RAStEOXLV. Mutual Fire and Marine Ins. (Chartered March 5th, 1849.) SEVENTEEN YEAR-s OF SUCCESSFUL RUSI NESS of this company, in the city of Lexing ton, is a guarantee oi' it3 iermaiiency and ability . Its business is ronl'med to CAIM.O lSI RAY( E. Insuring aK .!ecriptlons ol prierTy against tbe 1'KUtLS ot NAVHiAilON and Ti:ANPOHTA lliN, returtiing 4.AII dividend ol twenty per cent, at eacn quarieriy eeltli-uieul. OlRwn: WILLIAM MORRISON. President, KIOVARD W INSllR, Seeretarv, A. M1TC11EL A o. Kunkers." Director) : J. W. WADDELL, 4 s. PLATTENRURG, HUtiH T. V Il.xiN, W. t olisll. Wellington, T. R. L AtiE IT. W.A I H WslyUU, A G. WILLIAMS, FRANK HILL. MOSES CHAPMAN, W. Ii. WADDELL, ROUER1 HALE, EDWARD VlSoR, WILLIAM MtlllKIMiN. The officers and dint'tors take pleasure in recom mending this HOME company to the confidence ot the public, assuring all who may patronize it that thev w ill be dealt w ith bouorabiv ami justly. iu Jy I ii. V.. KEI.I.KS JS NOW receiving a large stock of CIIIA, Glass aud Q a ecus ware, At the fllil stun! duo dinir flst f the 1st of the LARiiEST ? t of Saint5 C'itv lltitel) wltit-h will piv th au1 KfcisT AM.KiMKNT wert I.t.MI. 1 Kill it it a rontliiTjanrf ofthi iiatronnee no lih- e rally lntowet Uhui tliot firm liercttifor? ami snail (five my lurM attriiiKii to lue unt ikuu ui rests nf all mv j.atruns. Jn VARIETY AND CHEAPNESS my stock will he unequalled by any other lionse. and I shall make it an oittect for customers to buv their -ooda of me. (mi-h'ivl ;. E . BELLES. ' unoiERics. A. & U. E. HAYS, Wholesale tt l!vtil GROCERS, Flour &. Commission Merchants. BROADWAT, LEXINGTON. MO. lIlKiBdstfToantry Prodore Takra ii ExcbaBRe Tor Goods. ova mvrro: QVICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS. AND FAIR DEALING. " JUST RECEIVED. An EMensive Stock of all Goods appertaining to a first-class Wholesale and retail Uroccry, which we are onVriii at the lowest niarket price for cash, or in exchange for PriMince. Feeline assured that we can slut all. in nuantitv. qnality and price, we resiiectfully solicit a share of piiiuic patruiiaKe. A. . it. r.. iiais. rtlRs HYDRAIXIC CEMENT AN1 W HITE LIME, lor sale bv A & 11 E. HAYS 100 UARREI KANAWHA SALT, in store and for sale by X R. E. HATS. 1ITE HAVE IX STORE, ami for sale, all the different brands of Anderson A Co'.., TO BAC'IXL which we will sell at factory prices. A. U. E. HAYS. QE KEGS ASSORTED NAILS, ttyJ On hand and for sale by A A R.E.HAYS. f)A CASES FIEMK' OYSTERS, Warranted fresh, for sale low, bv A It. fc. HA IS. tL( BBS. ASSORTED SL'GARS, U for sale very low, by A. A R. E. nATS. f SACKS HOICE RIO COFFEE, ZVl For sale bv A. & R. E. HAY'S. lliA SACKS of St. Louis. Bonnville and Citv IUII Brands of Flour, always on hand and for sale low by - . 4c u. r. ii. r . 1.f POUNDS ST. IjOITS SI"GAR-ClrfED ,JUVJ HAMS, For .ale at less than cost, hv A. A R. E. HAYS. Also Molasses. Vinecar. Cool Oil, Lard Oil, N. C. Tar, Mackerel, Candles, Snap, t rackers. Can- lies, Cheese, Cotton Yarn. Cariwd Chain, aud oth er articles, too nunierons to mention. A. A l. C. II A IK. All goods warranted as represented jl 13r Trl?e'g Sale tf Real Estate. 'I'l THERE AS, Cave 4 . Kirtby, by bis deed of trust, lienrinr date the 2.,! h day of June, A. D. lflfio, and recorded in the Reconfer's olliceffor Ijftfayette county , Missouri, indeed book 11, No. 1, at paes 4i'4, 45 and 4ot, conveyed to one Jona than C Roy le, as tiiistie, and in trust to secure tbe payment to'Humphrcvs, Terry Co , of twonrotn mi'ssorv notes, for l..'C-4 7r,-ln (three tltmisand three hiindreil and twenty-f'sar dollars and seventy six and a half cents) each, with interest, therein described, the following tracts, lots and parcels of land, situated in the count v of Lafavette and state of Missouri, to-wit: Hie lots known and designa ted on the plat of Shelby A Co's. addition to the town of Waverlv, on Hie in the Recorder's office for said countv."as lots one fl), two a, three (a), Ibnr (4). live 0L eight M. nine !!l. ten (lu) eleven ll ind twelve 12, in block numliersix (; also said Kirtlevs' riitht, titk and interest, (being one half part thereof.) of. in and to tbe following pros ertv, t-wit : c'nimencinp at the southeast corner of lot number seven (T), in block number sever (J), as known and ilesignaied on the plat of the town of Waverlv. on file In said Recorder's olllce for said entmtv.'iu said town of Waverlv; thence west with the south side of Second street eighty (st) feet; thence north, at right angles, tw entv-four (41) fc-et. thence east, at right .nicies. eichly sol feet, theuse south, along the west side nf Main street, tweutv four I24J icef to ine place oi m-ginning, neng the same properrv on which the store house then oeen- pied by Kirlley A Presoidt is sittuuesL A 1st. the west half of tbe northwest quarter of section thirty, five (&'), in township fifty -one (M). and range twen. ty-four it, containing eighty acres. Ami where as, the Circuit Court of said lfkvette eonnte. at the May term thereof, 1067, and on the 27th day of May, 1SK7, ny its orui r ol record , appointed the Sheriff of said county trustee to execute said deed of trust in place ol said Anginal trustee, Jonathan C. Kovle. who had removed out of. and continued to reside out of this State; ami whereas default has been made in the pay ment of the debts secured by said deed of trust. Now. therefore. 1. Thomas Ad- amaon, sheriff of Lafayette connty, Missouri, by yinueoi me power anu aiiinomr vesiew m me o; said deed of trut, and said order of said court, anil at the request of aaid Humphrey, Terry Co., will, OS MONDAY, THE 13th DAT OF J ANL AKY, 1SS7, nt the eonrthouse door in the oitv of I .e vine ton, in the comity of Lafavette, and Sate of Mis souri, between tbe hours often o'clock in the fore noon and five o'clock in the aftermion of that "lay, sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, the real estate and property above described, to satisfy and discharge the debt aforesaid, wtth interest, and the cost, and expense of executing sflid trust 11MMS ADAMSt.N, Uec-'ltd !sb i ia aud Trit-tc-e. SWOIP LASJIS. Ijifayette County ourt.Decerohrr ailjotimed ti-rai, Jb7. M-Cud day. Ie-pnibT l"th. Ordered, that the rhetii of thia cwat, aaTer fur salr.on tin- IM Mouday in February, a d all tlv BWanip l:inil mliien hap ber-a rprlinrd u tln court ai oeinir patented, and that aaid land he sold uion tlw olJuiiiig term, to-wit: One half cah ami ballance on twelve monUt time, with a provrd apcnrily, to hear interest from day of ale at In ier cent . ier annum.and all iutrreat not pnnctu allv paid to bear like interest. N land tt ue eoM lor les than one dollar and tenty-Be ccnta pr mere. Ami it is further ordered that the clerk of tnU court Certify to aid nlM-ntf a complete liat f alt naid lands, and that aaid eherin advettiar aaid lau'U aiHt this order in both county ajieT twr fuur -eks. ST ATE OF MISSOURI, 1 Count v ol Lafayette. $ I. Mm' llixon, clerk of conMTcoart, within and for Aaid eoumy, certify tlie foregoing to be a true copy of the record of the matter therein containvsl as Hilly as the name remains ul record in any olbce. i Hlnsift mv baud and olliclal Mral hereto afliaed. at odine in Leaiuston, thia Isnh dav liereaaliar. ja . iii.ij tier a. By J. M. Fi-vsx, I. C. By Tirtue of the above rdY. I will, on THE Ulls f Mi.M.AV IN FEBKL'ARY. a. D. 1PP. ano Iron, day to day, until all have been ottered oiler lor sale, to the biKlM,t and bet bidder wt erti.s set tortu in above onWr. between th bonra of Dine o'clock in the f'treaooa and live o'clock in the afleiruoou -f aaid day, at the eourrhouae.ia ttiecity of i.exiiiton, the I'wUonius deacriued avtav lands: ? 8 a ; s 40 northwest southeast 40 .out hw est northeast 44-441 m.i tli half ! IwsMstkant south ball lot two soutbwe Us aoutneaH aoutheast 4 lH.Hiihwet stnittteast 40 norttieaet oorthemst 40 northwest .in lie as t 4u southwest southwest 41-44 south half lot two itortLwest 4o aonfheast southeast 4o siriithwest afrtitbeast 4 ' soutlieast southwest 4u nurtliatst suultiacst 40 southwest .ollthwert 40 uorthwest southeast 40 aoutheast isoutheaet SO southwest southeast 4it ssutheast nortlieast 4il southwest nortlieast 40 northeast north we.t 4o northwest soulbmcst 40 northwest northeast 40 aonthweat northeast 4o northeaM northweet 441 northwest northwest 4o aoutneaot northwe.t 4U uthwest mirthwest 17 4 14 17 O M 19 it 1 4 34 21 40 M SI S4 W 4 34 S 49 S4 sa 4a st 4 4 4 S4 an 43 st n a n i w S4 Jt 4 4 24 94 4 st 44 t at as s at 49 X4 it 49 M Jt S 34 IS 49 M ; 49 as s -4 t at a ;t a at so 5 at l M ; si S .) 3 4 " S4 so a a t at s at " t ii a. u is t as IS t is a jr. IS 4t j,, ss 15 4 21 4 u a u at tn as aa s& : as si as ss js o e ji , i as t u w s as si 4 ar, a si St Si 2 2i s ar. f 6 1 4 H ; 5 Y 1 e l ai a! 1 -t 1 as 40 northeast Southeast 4i northwest aontlieast 4o a'Mltheast soutbeaet 4tl uortiieast aoutbwrst l t S4iuthwe?t nortlieast 40 southeast southwest 40 southwest Muthwest 40 northwest northea.t 4'i northeast northwest 4ii northwest northwret 40 aoiithi-at northwest 40 southwest northwest 1 KV-Im IractiiNQal section 4i northeast northeast 40 northwest southwest to uortlieat northwet to northu est northwest 40 southeast northwest 40 Southwest northwest o uorrheast uthwest 4t northwest southwest 40 bouthwestsouthwe HO all of 40 northeast northwest 40 northwest nortiiweat 40 southeast uorUiweet 4i bouthwesl northwest 40 nortlieast wutnwest t t nisrlhwent awuthwest 40 MuUkea.t MMtihweat 41 sutiliisest Mriilbant 40 uorthwest uorineat 40 aoutheast northeast 40 southwest nurtbeaat 40 liorinweat Mrfitueast 40 aoutueast aoutheast 4o .outuwerl u. rlhwest 40 nortuea.1 lUinweet 40 northwest soutsiwest 4o south wt uortnea.; 4il not tueat boutneast 4'i noltuwe?t Southeast 40 IiortlieaM HSIUivm 40 souiheast sjttiusert 40 HiU,hweetMuihweet 40 uorlMea norlheast it aoutheast northtst :tu-ol souihwest northwest 40 uortneast northeast 41-75 uorinwest nortuweet 41-75 southeast nortliwe 4i-li southwest northwest 40 northeast soutUeaat 4.1 Miulhwest Mutueaet 40 nol'lheal souluwrt 4A northwest eoUIUWest 4-1 southca-4 rtlthwet 40 .outliwes souihnest 40 uonheaat Miutheast 40 noltheal southeast 11 soutliwet soutilcaat K0 Southwest so lot one northwest 1 Sb as 1 1 a s ; 4l-l3 west halt lot tw 4-1 o 4J 11 4o 40 northeast southwest 4 liui'tuwesl Mrtithwest southeast southwest mi Ih w est 4juUiwet eoullu-ai Uoliheat uurlliwe.1 uoruiwest south hall northwest north half lainsiiit Utirtti half norlhwekt nortliru.t uoriheast Souiuwe.1 uortbeast sotilhwest norttieast umtltwea north lea .outheast northwest southwest wrthwest uorlueast soutiteast uorthwest suuih -t nurlhii wulbAt UotUiuest mutueast solltneaMt liortiM-ast nvrtueast northwest northwest uortuwe.t souilu-ast northwest Boutuwest northwest nortlieast southwest nortuwest southwest tourtueaet aoruseaat northwest nortea.t southwest uortu at souinwest simtUeast sontheast southeast southwest south net northwest southwest MMithweal northest southeast WHTtiiwest nortliestot staithwest northeast southwest SoUltleaat northeast southwest Southeast southwest soutu naif northeast northeast southeast norruwest southeast southeast southeast souinwest southeast avurlheast southwest northwest southeast northeast northwest southeast northwest northeast southwest northwest southwest southeast southwest north half northwest northwest southwest east half southeast soul h west northwest southeast southwest son l tn -set r. w i 4 10 lo M 1 10 IS lo K lO 11 11 41 SO 4o 4.1 s 5 40 40 44 40 40 40 40 40 to 40 40 40 to o 1MJ to 40 SO to 40 40 40 40 40 t 40 40 40 40 IW 40 w lis) 40 Sfl tjc SB ii at a 27 SC. 17 as at s m as 1 7 II 4a it ia ai l ar M ar n K 11 17 11 IT U 27 II 27 n t rr as m ,7 M i! K 2 r B P 3 7 JS 27 aa x aa 8 4m an 411 40 southeast soutbesjst 41-70 southwest ntirthwest southenst northeast northwest suutlieast Miuthwest northwest southeast southeast southwest southeast northeast southwest northwest southwest southeast southwest southwest southwest southeast southeast northeast southwest southeast northwest southwest northwest southeast northeast northeast southeast southwet southeast northeast southwest northwest northwest northwest southeast northwest northeast southeast northeast southwest uortbeast southeast mirth west northeast southeast northwest southeast northeast southwest northwest southwest southwest siritth west M 4 as A4 4 as 34 4M K ts as a 4H aa 4K as aa i 4 as 4 aa 4 IS 4H an as ax 4 m 38 ad an 48 t as 4S 3K 4S 4 at se aa ' S4 I s It It It u u u 17 22 22 22 24 22 tt 44-7S east fractional half sni west half wowtliweat a 17 IS west half northwest southwest northeast northwest southeast southeast northwest northwest southeast northeast southwest southwest northeast northeast northeast southeast southeast Multicast southeast northwest southeast northeast southwest soul beast southwest M aa IS it) 23 as 2S tl 23 ta St ta in 4 IS ii 49 St 49 34 49) 24 oiveu under mv hand. December toth. Its? THOMAS ADAMMJX. janttd Sheriff of Laf ayette Co LARUE UKOCEB1 HOI BE. ON BROADWAT. JOnN AL'LL, having jtwt retwmsd with, alarga lot of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, will rata in his New Building, fast finished, aa, the comer of Main and II roadway streets, annus its Pigott's Book More. I -The Dry tioods af JtllTN illX Jk CO. Will a ket in the same huose. We intend ker4atl a owu- plete stock of Dry Goods & Groceries, which wtnacanM asstMaf aafjas eswapest. W wil! exchange wob wad Uroceries tar Comity I'd. nice, MHdi as wo own dispose of to save war. selves. We still keep the best of ROOTS HATS, raocs. CAPS. We have a large lot of o. 1 Salt, SO sacks nf Flour, all trade of Sn gar ami Cnee,liv the pound, barret or sack, and in fact we have nearly ever.-, thins; usually keit in a Dry Good, wr Krocei Mouse, and at prices as low aa they eaa he soM. We respectfullv sniisiM your atsewtioa, aad ask t call and exaaifne fsr yaarsetves, and bring v'oux llni-on. Lard, Dry Hide., Isry Fruits, Ilesup"aa.( Grass Seed, also your spare 'Hireeabacks u 4 all ami see. one and all. We have the floods, and we srr going to sell tnrm. sure. Y'oara. Aw"Jy 40US AVU, CO, as mi