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1 i (The VrrlibtfaHfasiaii. TKKM8: i 'r, in rtlv)im 2.ftC ; month- in . 1.8ft; ,ncle t4 , UV. Mibcrip- tt iitin-.l ;tt i n I )( ( rut unit -rts ve- t w -1 ill' it M K i - I li :tlt ks to til' fl It lll, ItO Vt !.-! i -ponding I'v our ;ii(t-itl tor cttilot. Let t tti lti "iitiniii' iuiti- li .- tnr-M'lj, a re Miiii; ;w til lor our ticui'l armv ot tmr t au-r-a.J one cut n-namlv get us sub- n lit r .tl .o a er. II no a csr . W mi : year, ..I dub. Iuh .'I I n 1'J to tfrit r up THE SAUNOlfiS CASE n again riintinm-.l to term Hi be ..HI I CIRCUIT COURT. Mniost (iirritnrr- we k h w been consumed In Iln important tnl - b idd ol 1 dl .1 Matim t order, deceased. An army ol legal gem u im tt d:ir be n conducting the rase. PAR0QN0. (,o,rnr it t rat liiiiwn has pardoned Ki.o,k M i! iifiin the i nii ntiaty lit- w;t- iif ,t thoM- i'iuh h I -t 1 a few mouth since he lore ihcviMl. in tins otiv, for robbing Kuit-hai t's kll'.l Mt'ic ATTENTION. K. mcmi-cr the IVjicln-rj." Institute nel week. V r v p. I .!,' gue and I r lend ol educat un in the foiinM itiYtir I :iu 1 commanded to be present. -oipenntendfii! M nti't.li, one oV the best . ; ii-n mi Mi-sotm. wiii pt'itk ttltn'-sii.iy ui l.in.'.n iin-i :U ihk!i- l"l"tt". r-n lltot. ftClr ) , rk I hnr.-iluy ami I iiurtluv Ki. k.m, I'm- mo.t t'titiiit til .m.-i o( liif Atlt-h;iny notin .uni the :tt tftti nn of Hi In-iruu-I. renin Im' ilrlunri! iirtlf .ill ! li.lllrr, ot" M I.OlUS 1 folk- Uilfll.l. X'x-loll Ml of t llf 11:1)'! l-t i-miivll. AT SEOALIA. t uiii I ill lik mi'lioji.tli-- ol r.--i; pron.l ol it. liiftioni "lf Itiut j t v 1 1 1 I'V i 1 ftlloM llott-lll-, . uilh tltr u. ii!:il oiii-,ltt k . in ilo- t'lfTk'" oilu'f. V rtt i- i ;i. !! UN I IjM-tlilU-j.. It! lius i i. . :ik- u i ol' if- hoftl. ami it-- i' -.. ..k- tor .ha r t a! Itif Im-iims-- :llil - . :i llU'iii; llt'llt i i ' i.Mini'. i ii.tii, i;. 1. 1 a . . - I- :llll it Mo .lr;h '., Alllollk: iln i .ilt'l t tit f:.VII'- lill-i ll'-. IU-li , on ti t i in'Mtt" I V ilh :i iiioi r jit in i -.im iK.iiii -i-n it. ANOTHER NTY CONVENTION. JUDSON S AIR SHIP. !o Mr W. I.. -In dl-'ll and rt-lliil-lie i-. to exhibit -hi- Aif hip, iiv d it llldicate l-un for a noil I I a me of thr or flying . that it i-? I h- p- i-, to hu h is hlllltf a cabin 1 1 1 v it 1 1 ii i- a ni'ol' 1 , foiir- .1 in -balm ier, and w'i-'h.s -H p.. I afl.o-i - - I ai W 1 1 h It W:; bin, en-'iMe an-1 t'. I- e..i;. tructed at I 'iilladt l- cot and d' to I In l i t1 ai woi kt-d bv fltlo-r Com- i,r (hf L.ra ol l.o'iid ittniiionia. 1 n . d the niod. l h; et v attained in o):.- iiiib- in loin minute-. It nioe ..idai or virti. al, wt hour expt-ndi or l-.rt o balla-t. with Ihe wind or wind, at Iln- will d the operator i n thf ui't'tf :n-! , dou:d. is a line -1 lllieli ot hnd. r 1 l. -tr r. I lli.i mod b - pmpo- Ml I ill till work . th-- : p.. i i.j.fllrr . id ideer- i'td fhaiiL'-t-. turning li" .-In ut ile sldt- ,b-pr.- -r, mail i:d Ihe -dlip aero-- tile !. Tit-.- a pt-rteel eitt b-, ! . .ii ! roin a ii i v en puinl , I ! i. ai . It i- to h.- e. nt tit- .dioY!NLr fan? . r J ! 7 ; Aehi.-on, l;i't . k l, Kall-a-, Sept Hi to -fpt . J ' to J- ; 1.. lUiiana, . pi. PERSONAL. , Mate ipenn!t tub nt rl llM re-pect.t to the public en.-tali . lb '.-till, nt at the ounty b- next v. e pai r, of . I' . t Saturday, the our prominent ; hll (It' ld loii on j.ui f dm aforr : " UeV . lr. ."u Hi van , .1 i - rural 1- emaie l oll.-i' i .lay 1 he l lor t- I l. - of Ills m-hot d, olie , w a- in mir 'king round of Ihe very dale - ui.j lie t.d!- th that hi- trip into lare scholarship ii ol a eail early in (he week from Mr. , r, w ho i now the leading lcmoeraiii id d- b'l -enalor mi tbi- Senatorial dl.-tnet -.,) ,io-f tmiit v 's cltoi.-e, and u l'ettis imd ,.(le have b.Mh had the s ,. l , , j , t . i-, hilly elitdled to it this lime, and there d. t she will i;-t il, in spile ol the many . - lhal a i e da i k , ' a lid t lie numerous I it 1 1 . ai h 1 1 k- tli.il are -om- Iiim s .am. had a ideaT-aid call on .Mondav . Iroin our an l i n-ml , .. iif i al sin id-, w ho tfax a gal .in in., ii-bf Hi til- Mexican W al o the eorp l,,. it on.- the Y. hloi- ol Ihe an -a-iaii .Ul.t-ti-d. Ihe hi lirl.il Will aKhaVs till, on a - iaii latch -I I I ML' on I he olit-lde. A I .1. In- a.-pi ri I ion- liae in-n more or h--e i.-d h Mo i in e nip. rale appeal made bv lo- coinpt iiloi (o ihe -.t-eiional pa.-spni .- p. ..pie, m I- r,Mll hopt 111! of the le-iltl t ' ill k I I'M- i oil .1 1 I HUM II 1 1 1 1 II . K un.-a- ( it An.il-t I-, . d ONI- llio-.t -.mi. r. ol I. a 1 nil.--, ol la-l Sunday morn lilaim d ihl-i it- III 111 leg (rd t. pillar r-iiuiti men : ''I apt. J w d te count v , is in this ctl -lopping hi- kin-man, Mr. A Mollatl In ik i hit in i m illle II f "I to IlliiVi and i m. r at one It W IN ),! W I - tailiily Ii n aetpraintaiici eu-ex nd l one oi lilt- liH.-l ami W. live I Ulipll.hed .e tie W ill if. A ow n ami a live natural law ut i o. H. i.n hi I UV It l. 1 1' ill . ' ' if her by Dh THE HALL-WILLIAMSON BUSINESS. In I!.- la l i auea-ian We gVe iiihlh:it I I II ill t i aid, denying the correct n.-i ot tin- I- pi. if t onr Aullville correspondent, a.-i to Had -i ir.iiii dtiiMrv cteir-e in abetting the bail i.g I W iIh.umoii, m iio i- charged w dh murde lh tlie in -I d:"e, 1U takllig Ihe lite ot Heilii Th;i( ' ,i t,,i :t j.lt (he liiol al aid of a 1 1 1 Ileal lioini.n sbilbv and .M l. Bill 1 M -caid i iil' n llallN . al Ibis to -av I, onr in mhbor ol the Kegi ' I hi i t n- lie- ris utidi orv What dl Ml- II i l -,i- lll-Mcc ol l oc pi i iwd- .1 bv Mr I ra , I n- lo 1 1 , lo tntmplc li.-' -Intuit I-eiiitt r w.itdull ii.'ih.i ;nil or - peaee W ho cult pit nt and aide Under Ills feet, b --iieratt Iv eoi - r ii nt -M. h a liniir iin:lit be d-ni- t,v t1(kn . but lutb 1. , it nihM ni. ti t tiv ili-tlCe-. b Ihe Ult.m,. i,-.fr enlJiit,' ti.t- t:.le, buf fi it lo bt-'.luh.- ...mhi-i Iio pr--lt-lol tin cm-tit! altornes , lookt loo Uw le-- lo. tl- lo Si. lit Ar, A- We .ild iu ..tu . .ii n ut id -I l.i I w . t k , t be law s lhat Ml. til t tir-t ,1, f.t.ib.i p 1 w iili co in tin 1 1 in t iiiurdt-r m lln- f, l.lll II ul. . II. -il .1 )lt-l"' li,- ;idiiilll d lo b id ll t In :''IU' Hit" - Uli'lK atillilt ! b:tll, 11 tOtll-,- t hoiii Ihe . eb net thai !be ci mo' to in mil 1 1 I b.W-l i (ban tntiid. r in Im- In -t ndi.1 I'V ar.v one thai any Il ii no( .rt i bv Ihcie two w l'-acrei (to a I ; pi-ltct-i iu " Hi i-i r in-, John Heiui rm ot and a p'M.r mail, hut lhee po d Mi It id will tbid thai tie has mole lb i ii the v 1 b ink . We JO'. .IM.UIIfe tlie I, tu a-baiitttnl iotalun id liw, ad.tt till mill 'Itt, ili-.'i act in) lit Hie inlt-Hi-lbi- county. Mr Il iU may ind be lo i liooe be I led, Inil Ihe c 11 c limslaiice i iiioi't-oi an explanation I ban he i v cm t a i -1 I he .u-1 ice- a i e cerl imily u'.d r-h'tlild be ictpu l.ed to slirt't'll'lt r t.ob lite coiib h lice tin-) bave abused, tne oi d mail in the fount-, ii at dffii.m. li tu,- , I" 'nv He bit l.ufed I Uip ar In uii.iW.-r the HriM-iiu, i,( aaili.it htm, ami cannot now be I 'Mud Hi- U.ei !ld . ell jri-Hitf tloW II Milotlie i hl.i.rboi.d w lo-rc the mimh-r a commit t d. A - if j t .a indi'iiaiion :i- bit llore al Iiih criuti , r'.n.e it ui thai lo- h:t- been kilhd Unhin'l b-lhw-it lie inteiHh l lo loih 11 hi hail and f.e h(fl neck, and hax done m. He iohiii-n Hi-id. i- bin ilioiiatid dollars chea i-noiixli In ine ulila. -I ton ol luknm Ihe lib- ol lleim. " 1 our Atillvitie coi respondent iiilorm im that mu e,iabli!-h the tmih d hia lateinenta by ni.h i. -tonoiiy ai will nut be doiibti il by tht p".pi,. ,,f l,alai fie county. He re-aerL thr HtainiH,in made n hi" i port , ami claim fr l-nu ib.u the an- kHu11 tine; that Mr. Hall did H-f.,,.,.. !- th- hailing- ol WillliuriHin, while -in, y pi,-.ecutii.w Ibr raw, a .-taletl by loin Mh J..MN an I'Ar rn.,- ,),'i nt lor the just ly ct u braied llose .n u ihj Maclnue, la in our fily , to reHirtlii t v o moot brt . He may be lotlfol ' Ar.lniKrr'H f-tore I'uiiic wihin to pur 4ioinr a No. I inn tune, will do w. II tt call autl i'JlUfV lwe hi lore purrUaainj(. it CO'J ( Hi-. I i! if oi. nt .on thf puipo-.r ol l.l;.i I.l.U t oiini. onV-i-ln tta I...U calle.l to M! !t'lt til ;illll.L, Si pi t IlluaiV I ( .' I., m ltd dtdt-i'.ilt toll itreot'blttl ?..;.,.. i j U . dio-di , . j.t lliffMiii i v , im si b ' " 'itiol i.-io d ' ' Ih.il It VV;is II li" l j,, , , ; i , lit- t .1 1 1 d I d -i t (' - I'V .1 dl ! t ."I pi I Ilia I " ,, . ; ., tl . Ml- . IM. to I..- b. Id iMl -j,, !;.;!. d.o- - I i Mitl.-li toU n-tup, al ( ,.,,r I I -1 1 lit l.i x lo-lot, ; I , :tt U ' t li ifi.-t.tit. .Hi 1 t . i . i i.lt.n . til .i b;il . .it lid'V -.,,,., 1. ...- . t i i . I . ' 1 1 1 , n! t t.iiiol di: : W :i dl-n.-ioii .u U l,. ..no'.- t.-.td lb .1" - ; l:iii!-. at tllt. !,....! H-.ti-i- Mr- Van Mrt.-r's i, wl.tl lov i.-loi- uie lo bf t 1,1 i H. I to lb i. m i- v i iiii niiiti'.. i ..I I .u k.ii - U, t'ti - li : i l-.n , ii W ; t tl ; M tddlr f.,), l...t. tlVld: W I iill.toii, . IL'l.t . j , I'h . li 1 i i li , t I .Ill ll.tir 111 ! bt i j,,;' m : ! i I n I , Hjt l.t (hi! 11 e d- b - , , i.,i. 1 .il W. Iiifi.ui, an I lh' ;l I io- . ..in not (. m-n.Io-1 tii.il all i. .i to i ti.iw i i im . 1 1 Uif .il.-- id t dec -:i. n.t it i.-d. olla!-. It at-o v. -dvtd i - a.-. plane.- -f proi. -. W. It. ;.!. .t- .! i.-d -.Mt.liy ol Ihf KxWnllM ...lol. . 1 1 ' Wihli I - lo in. it aliiil ) t . CONGRESSIONAL AND Sf NATORI At DfUGATIS. A Ittiotim'h tiif nod of the l.uc I. moor b-i (mo oittfiat Mo imii) , the lollou nK ;tnd hi M IV of the Scerelui v llii' OlitllV I oft Y I'll! loll IHC I ihnu h.t mg 1 t m t ttt. n arc I'iIh v"! to he the- d e K;lo tliHl)!;lli '1 I'V tow li'thip t.t w hu h i to take v it utiolltoii I.rlrloii W. H. titlils. Win, T. 1Ivh, . , K tatl'l t 1jv I. Iliriulon, H. 1 laKlMii.I. Sm-a- linr l. mi.-ul. Ut. UalunKion W . B. Mel, .. W .WlutP. r'ttm J . M llrl. ltivi.l. . ti:tmtoii. Mi.l.tl. ion-T. .1. I- UK-hrr, A. toritrr. ik.Vi r-M. A . Sh elc. The following gentlemen, aUo, are euppos t to be Uio?e lrt iel loatit nil iHr $v mtonul Con vent ton Millleton r. M. Hums, K. I'rttli'rae, lolm Siirovrr. nu.r-W. c. WtMi, M 1.. lUtt. I.t-inft .tw'th V . mmiOi, Kttbert Hiile, A. .1, Hall, II , I. r.. Atin-na, A. ti . omuk, flay i. I. Fintiback, .1. U. Milonall, A . Stt til t. Sni-a-i;ar V . T. , amnion, U I. tiiatertli-ld. Wtuiikcton M , li- lti-ury 11 . C t hilea, C. Krewtinn W . A. Thornton, M. F. Inre. 1-Mvis K T. tonn, B, F. coflee. INFORMATION WANTED. A. tin1 following is a matter ol' pulilto inttn-st, ami prrtment as respectful, we give (t plaee SIayvikw, Mo., August '.it, IsT'2. . J. !lt.i., K, t irouit AttoriifV: 1 belivve that it lit a fact, K'n,'r'1y conceileil, Unit w heu a man become a eamihlate for a pnli hc oMire, he is at tnce public pr-rly, ami his nets are open to public crmciMu . This being -o, and the people of Washington, anl in tact otht-r tow nshtpn, beinjf desirous of putting re liable ami tliorontily reponsiblf (eutleineii in ;itl ni i port mil M.sttious, ileeni it a privilege ami n:ht io ak you .-ouie tpieslion, whereby yiu uiy be aule to put yoitrsdi rilit upon the ret out, antl it I. -o r:ttilY tiii people in ivLranl to our act ion in thv ease of the Mute of M issouri versus foil Plinth Hii.l others, lor usunlt upon th- person of . t'. Tool. Wit to not ii tach to you any blame lir-ct, hut we lo not Me how a cum' at iiniY so boltliy in ib tiance ol law wis fiiM)it-.'ti w it bout trial. 1 he w itne.-se.t surely coiibl hae bct-n brou.iit iorw;irl ami tiie inatit-r li if.l, huil the proper un aii.- bern n -tnel tt, aiitl a nio-l tliiifnmt violation of the laws lt-eii )uiiihe.l. 1ft tt ipose who it mirht. I an 'I you ' ' vi.-t- and tlt w I tat you know about ' (hi- rae; why it was .hsimsst l, as it nu; why the WiliirvM's wi't'i' not lorce.l t come up, and all about it ? 11 tiding so, you Will obliK Ihe NOtl'IMot ASIItSt. IttN I ownmhi. WELLINGTON ITKWIS- M'NNY K!ISOlr. A b.ifkel uoetin; was In id at Kairvtew not lotitf .-itli'f. lb tit brriij? nt pit-at limi; in our town, main ot the ;ood people of Wellinitttfii atlt iidt d the scivi.'is. In a.iihtioii nt-vt-ral ot our Miitit nun hkew ise dflerumii-d to ir I lit :-m-Mi--.in tin-tlrlightml biecs that tan leat I'raiii.-. liny were .soon happily paind off. tht ir oiai. itn tux aecoiiipanh d their mother I. tin-church. So tat , all ritit. But during th s. coinl merino n tin- voi.n oropie resul t e l lo ili.-i-ai-iia.'fs in Ihe Kroe. and otherwise en io .-tl IheiiiMeU.s. u.h con duet freailv faa- erated lite ujothi'lsot the Yoiiior iu-lies ,I ll.e . io. td Ihe at rnioii the ollltt; nit ii uemied III -land, Htlt i! too oli-tflo'u.-.. howt e. , ol the Ititt Ifttial W I a ! h lu ft tine I he llitiliiik! then eh-ed . 1 lii'M' oiiiii no u t it1 tlo-n OiUld d b Ihl'-f lln iri Half d polindrr-- Ol I tio- , and it-eiiuvd In a tl toi Ihu it. .rn n m O ti.Uld. lr. ot jfo-j.it-i pi iind 111- lanll t-oitii' i- .ii thf eetit ?ueh bad i itt -i;t -s I lit erow d h. n.liiiif the ns- .W S toi t ilr-t , llllllie- iialt l btliind a ring, -al i da tloil at tin- pioe.i o appl ohaiioh . t be tit u" e- mill a obib aild Hiailltedetl thell' lin. b loud bui rah: Kiilig lathe.-) dtdi fi td id in d to bt- approx i ir ut It ranee-, w ith t!u matt d. and eHlole it tln ir uio-l trtnpiiali.: y.e( O ulai l.ni . I he ItoVa W ere aoiri.d and rax.-d, and pultetl and Wooh-d bv lit. ii I'.iuH and pallia till tht- tame laoliic a. I h-.tli; b I he t I t- old v t W o- ( ar-td.N . On. l telbiW, lNl-apprfiifll'llll Ibetd.ji-rt ol tlif L.-aiili, liolilt red out hail audibly Unit iif bad .ili. j.lv eh.tiKtd retorts onet- that da - Auolb- r liptd --nt ot the ruor, td.nded with the . r.-ud and thus bt Ileal i ad the hell lit of the '1i-.ii-.Hiih. Another ejaculated, "It Werii'l me.'' But p-tiaw The biy bad a- well al- it-inpt to bomiiav.l r i t lioiodon with ottt- n- a? to make m il.-l li-i' in the luce ot aiieh lo-o'. 1 be er..w d font limed to di-i.-iiy , but tin holies -tn.U bliii;lil lliell amumeilU- to a ehi-e, It dea-ed theboVs tl'olll CH-bdY, rtlld told lllelll lo go ami in no limit-, It i luuiuttd Uiat they Went we: tw aid. PK'KNIi KLE. "Ht-ft "-prings ir. to be the si ene of one ot the iTiaiide-l pie-tile ttial ever eaust d the hearts oj o..i t'hriMiati brelhren X palpitate. 1 hurdav, inr i- itit- .ia appointed lor the oecisioii, and it is hoped that the whole eommimity will a- emile in one pie-uu kle bi ut hri tmo'l . Ma v ihei e be no -.can ity td eo if ken.- and w ait -ei-, paupaW-s and girls, pies amt ttrabos, oiilou iti'l cake-, cm uinbeid and swings 1 thi end f b-el aHtboii.ed lo retpu-.it thai e'.ery young man eoiue, w ilti his dearly beloved s-w Miging on one arm and a Ita-ket td provt-ion on the olher I in- invitation , it mu.-l lie rem inhered, is wholesale: it l .swe.ping, t ome everybody, and bring yoiirba-kets. bl jteitple, eouie and lake one iiiv igoratiug draiiirht from the nlore- s ml springs, and be relUVeliatetl. loii I lor- ct (he 'pilUmelit . ' Nisi Kfd.ANKOl S. Weather verv i.lea-aut. The late raois have nuu-d h avv corn crop. i oii-ideraldt- iek eo'lilltl'V. It l.s believed that the do,. -readv .-addied. undidates siill treat- lie-.- If) III l.iouor flow um (ret Iv Who Wtiiihin't bi ter. Kbier I'latteiiburg will commence a racted meeting on Thursday night be I ore next regular appointment in September. Ihe hop, skip and promenade at Mr. lidball s nine i-veitiiiica bince was a pleasant anair. o kirmi-tiing as yet in tlie neighborhooil ot tm ks" vineyard. M At . LIBERAL COUNTY CONVENTION. I'tusimnt to t Iiv call of I In- Kxecutive toiu- ttl it t -- ol the I.ili-ral H. inil.ln-uii parly ol i.niiiy- Hc .'oiiuly, a. convention was In M in the city if l.i xiiiitton , Mo., on .-aturilay, Aug. lstli, .1 appoint ili li'xat. s to tlie Liln-ral Ut-pulil ii all lai.' 1 onvintion. which nut at J. -H't-i-son I iiv on i-ilm-s.iay, tlit--Jll inal. in iiK-elintf wad calio.t to or.lcr by Maj 11 II Wilson; who on inoliou, was also ma.ie pei- inaiii ntctiairmiui. W. 11. ilwinf? was cho&t-n tin motion of .luilKf v alter H .IIowiiik Ktntli-.ni-n were chosen Tchlis, the It-legatee to iln- stuti-' onvention : From the t entral Judicial 1 ntrtct AI ai . II, Wil.-on; alternate too. Steele From the W e.itwrn iitl ic t t . . 1. Sulterfi at tern alt , I litis. 1 'ebbs. .1.1: From Ihe Ka-lerii 1 Ms! t H" t- i loll . Ail-Tint llackuwlli ; alternate, Jud'e onr.ol Xeinkte Ii vv i resulvetl lhat the eoiiutv oaiier- be re- rpie-Iett lo publish the proceeding td the I . eidion A call waa then made on tlie hairman lor an address, tti which he restxHided in a haooy :md patriotic manner in a speech of thirty miuiil He eMdalhed the true rtlatll td the Liberal e lilt III of Mlrtrtollfi llMill the living l.-tU'rt of the da. : tirui t iir all to loruet Ihetb atl pail, and biok lo Ihe Kho iolis llliure. He w a I I'etpieid I ' U l.lttudcil. Al the conclusion f the speaker, tht ctn t ill loll atljourm d. Hie bent let ting JO' my . .Villi (1 s. W htle Iln .ie pal i iotic words were belli-; apl lauded bv a nHiafl hill very cieonaoie antn- i ill Ihe lolllif lolllt loom (below). 111 onb-., rate v llt.i 'td carried e .1 v t hi nK before t in a -aim in ol iinlorur.dlen oas-ion in I be l irctiit oiu t i-.m.io (no dair-i . v Ii. re a prote.i-e-1 ' I leunicratic' ' ounty l on vent ion w aa .--o DOVER ITKM8 hk.LU.lol S . Khl rofe- I. Al t am an Our tow u I his Week ha- betn iinuualK livet . 'I he old August meeting of who -h n" have heunl r?t much br niany years, of which Ihe obi ami the young Ihntk with much pleasure, ami whose annual return all hail with uiexpreisible joy, ha for thia year about come to a ehee. Kbier (sanies ami lrc tor, together with the bn al preacher, Kldcr I'laltenbur. have been fonduciing the meeting. Elder tiainet ia an obi ar-h'ii.-ie, ba.--tlun-good service in tlaya fioue by in hia Mater't catire, ami Mill haa'the -rotMl obi K'apel near hia heart, lb i - not a silled a Kbh-r I'roclur, but pos e-e. alt the lire and .eal necessary to waje a -mcestiil war under the banner of his (.'real b.ider. Kldcr I 'nii'tor deliverc-l -ome ol the liliet tliscoiil e to Which we hae el ei had the pleasure of It-leninjf. He is uiiani pa-aeti bv anv preacher ol tin- dav and rtpre, e-pei-ially m ht-C lai'i-'e and eoiii0-eheil-lVe VlflVi of llif i hriiian rehjw'ioii in il true conception. I he i t.n'.'lei.'.ttloiii hie been Very laltfe ami atteu HVe. The re lias been MXleell conteaatons Up lo the present Vt i iliiuf. l.oMC HoUK. i mi- tibl and much esteemed iriend, Mr.f amp bell, dn d 4.ii Monday 1110111111 about ". o'clock, alt i a Verv sholl lllne. lb- Was blirietl on lue-dj al bt o'clock m Funri il vivhts Al o'clock by Elder IMiilleiibni. He W.ia Ml vears old al Iln lime ol histb atll. He b ave.s a ver v larye e,nnet lion ol children , v ruhd-chil drell, elc . , bi moot li Iheir lo-.i He Was Well sirn-keii in yt-ii-'fi, ei lull ol life ami energy. A limn id peilecl tuiiee ami kimllien.s to all, espe cially tt Ins own d- ar Irieiets, 1'Oi.iTiCAL. Ilo political aspect of onr little town ami vi ciniiy i" well known to you. About all are in lavol of Ihe) Hii.':i-;iii ).4ihcy. 111 mly believing il o l.t Hie onlv true and w ie w ay lo linallv at tain lhat point tor w hich all true men ate stnv-lli!-'. Ihe tanners, especially, are lor their lnal leader and while-man defender, Horace I. let ley When he la elected, corn Will moW hi tler. Wheal Will belreer ol cheat. Wine Will be unadulterated, and hemp, th. great staple uodm lion of the immediate alu anau country, w ill bear a brller pi i e and be in K'ulcr de mand, i he rea-sons why llusc things will Uv m you can readily inter. ft. a rTKNiii io; ran rou.Ki nut. our wetl-known, Irue and tried liieml. Mr. J . Selby l'iatlenbnij, whom you have known long and well, is making raiml hlrnlca m the direc tion of the orhce of 4 nuuly i ollector. He livea in ltver, it ia true, which coiirtlilutes one ol lU larKt iieins, but warm Irienii- itreet him el se where hm he iniiv.'H around unions tin inaiiv far mera ami Irue Iriemls of ihe ureal Horace Oree ley . He it ull life, nieryy and bii."iiiesa, and Will, 11 elected Count . , 1 1 CC.t o T . Hot OIllV be ail honwr lt his many ti n nd and asajiciatea, bul be td incalculable service to Ihiis jreal ami in ble obi county in a Iluauctal point of view . Mist kLi.ANicora. Our inendiaiita an- dohiK a moed business tins Uri k . Sonic icknes in ihe low ii and surrouml inx c.niniry. IhH'lorn actio-; ilrujii.sia iloiiiK better, our friend ami Kmlirtuanly merchant. Mr. liobert ix, in moving into hi new tlwell inxhuue. iheyoiiun: p-tiple arc uimti mtrr- entetl iu pla IIIK I oplet. .omr farmer Kruui b luiK lutiiiiii- tlie tti-f.lt are rowiH so rapnlly. Labertew ' livery rtlable is doing a splenilnt lm liiesrt. OilitoWU a tin lite list- exceetlinKy much. A Jew Uu flghla. People a 11 pnet. MNUliX. FREKDOM ITEMS. in (he way of news in the agricultural line there i but little to say thi time. Mir cropw are line, but the ground in getting ipnte bard. orn crop w ill be immense. Farmers have tln-i-be) tacking tto-ir giain, and CHlltng and put ting away their hay. ii A t n . We have had two or three nice showers ol rain lately, which was much ntntdeil and did k real good to the rtrn crop. But now we need a good mow king rain io wet the ground BUtli-ctt-mly for breaking for wheal. The Kroumi is too hard to plow .consequently w sep hut hub bring prepared. Everybody itt waiting for the rain. fHICK'4 TOO LOW. Our farmers think the price offered for wheat entirely too low, so but lew have done any threshing, and that only to $vt bread-stuff have heard ol no alea. Vl'KHRY. Why ia it that 1.2T. in the highest price of fered for wheat, and Hour la sold for It is cheaper to buy w heat and exchange threw bush, t its lur loo lbs. of tiour. I'ltRSONAL. Our esteemed friend and most worthy citizen, T. B. Ilord.is cotitined to his bed. If there were any caea of cholera reported, his would be pro nounced as such . As he wad somew hat better Tuendav night, we hope he may soon again be about and regain his health. POLITICAL. This "neck o' the Woods" is in position and readv to push on the car on which rule (ireeley and Brown, Stephens, Iavi, Allen A Co. At tended the primary mevting at Concordia, tiood crowd, parsed resolutions. Fleeted Ot legates, and got outside of considerable beer. W e of W est Freetlom wern't a little show. In the next primary, and in order to give both Kaat and W est Freedom an equal tdiovv, we suggest to the County Central I ouuiuttee to give u two dele gates 'from boili places it we are entitled to four; lei us hob! a meeting at A ul I viite ami elect twofiMin Kat Freedom. We have goi about ihe toughest light before us we have had lor a long, long time, and it behooves all to work ami not wrangle with those who do not think just a.s we do. It v ill lie w ise to urk Ihe nsni.st nnce td the Liberal Republicans in t.ur primary elei tntns as well a general elections, and give then: an e.pial ahow in the Conveiiiitin; lor it we don't there will be a grand boat excursion up Salt Hi ver in November, ami the pas senger.-w hi tie Ib tnocrats. Freetlom will do her duty for a ticket of good iiieii.bin if the ticket is not good, H will be s it A Ti IlKH. that roiikr. If came, was seen, but still we surniise. But lu re's tin i, est joke on the Comet (or on a lew .tcareil one-, i.-. not malt rial) that has occurred bu "lo, these many day a. " " Ihe l.'ihol Augn.st came, and w dh it .some very dat k clouds ami iiiiieh ihumb-r ami hghlning. The day was ju.-I nt l an one h.s we wtmid look lor this old earth tti be knocked ml a mud pic and baked. In Ibis neighborhood on lhal .lay, Mr. Win. Mock ent up a very large kite, winch was ob served by ii lev, and ai one pronounced the i tiuit-C Note a gt-nl leman with his team and bis wagon load ol wheat; he sees ihe kite stop ht inub s hoa ' 1 think that us it ' ' Mills he milled W til It the kite Moale.l proudly a! he em) of Ho siring. l're--enllv tht- Wind made it rtip and atari earthward. '" oh, land' I know it is, " exclaimed our hero, and be dis mounted Iiom Ins waon, beau to Unhitch Ihe mutes, ihe w bile ,.i,iing piayer to Him who i ul. (I le w as a w irked ma n ') . , i.oi tl , ' ' a long paust- lleconld Hot pro.'eed, when it occurred to bun -the lillte prayer he hat) learn ed at his moi he i ' knee. Mf lit-gan again "Nov I lay uie ton to sleep - w hoa , .1 at k ! Otu Falhei who art in Heaven, I prav ihe Lord- whua' itiy soul lo whoa' .hid at this period an old colored cmistiau came along, obi L tide Ned, who was equally trighlemd. tor be had seen the ' I oiilet ' ' ' Hold on, UUCle Ned and help lite- Hallowed be thy name " I nde Nt-tl - " an ' t , tlar's no help lor yon, and rt e ' V e got no Ue .n W heat. " Kite lliaki Ull o liter dail tow uitl thf earth. I licle Neil ftlW It and dittppt-d on his knees and prayed l ight man- i.niy. Ine gentleman vtho had the team dne-n't hkc to hear anything said about Comets vlso, pule a h timber w ere engagt d in tin c.-hihg w tu nt, and w hen lb. y .-aw the comet ery thing topped, and eVer 1. ody all nek ollt tor boine, wtin the high hope of reaching there bt lore In. oinet iil the eat III 1 be lady ot the house w ht-ie the Ihit -hlng was beiug done, called b all hand-. ' ' otne in' come in tin- house, an. bt s all goto Heaven tog t her. " .1 list iiiiagint a lo! ol hands linking actors the field, looking hack oc aionally, and Iheu in Ihe hacfc.gl'ouud evei-fil on th. ir tn tea praying, and you havi the pt. lut. IN" LIMHii A T Al LLVIL1.E. Obtadimg gottd- under false pn tense is th. charge now preferred agaiiiat ach I'ayut-.thi ame ueu tb inaii who was urrestctl some lime mice on a charge of forgt-ry, and w as released on bait It set Ills lhat lie has been pill cllao lllg gotet.-- iu Anllville, and ivpie.-enting that he had whttiT, whP h wheat lie had sold lo .Mark Bell Ml' I. elt e ia tie have goods, and even aa- Vat.ct d him some litlie money, and It lloW at peal-- lhat he ha- no wheat. Mr. Belt had him aire-led, and lie in now li ving to give bait, but ha- llot succeeded, fa lie Is either ClHy ol' else he is a Vet y bad man . S M STOCK, FI ELD AND FARM. The death ol the lamoild Keutucky fa lie of sue cess t,d racers, old Lexington, is premature The " Itnf, Field and Farm" chides its New 'oi k coteiiip.u ai it-d for their haste, and ays hi willing trom spring station, Kv., under it ate id 1-'. Mr. Bro.lhead says ' .ld Lexiioflou has a discharge from hid left noatrtl ami l nlighlly eularged under his left eye. He does not seem" to sutler from it, and his general health is a- gtMtd as it has been btr several years . " so il w oiild see in Lexington i- far f mm In ing a dead horse. IL.n. B. A. Bailey, while viiiiing Kentucky t-einlv, iuneba.ed one row aut lour belters iroiu the in -l hei-is of that stale. 1 tie stock (the iiuer-t ever introduced in the stale; is now in Mexico, and in a K-w days they can be set-n t his if-id. nee near that city, lie also pur-ha.-.-d u line I ots wold buck, weighing :iu' poi.mls. A MORTAL SIESTA. A NAP THAT LASTED ELEVEN DAYS. i ln' Jacksonville ( Fin.) I'tiion rooorils iln- bilinino- ri iimrkiible oc untiipf : A womlci tiii cast1 of wU:it, iVoin the ln!'inu;ition ivcn us, w html(J term atulfpsV . I- i'X:l inr eonsidorabb uilcr- -t in tins si i tion. Un lust W iMliirstlity , July ;il-l, Mv. A. I'owi.'r.s an obi re.Milt'tit ol Si . Johns county, luitl liitn stll' tlown to onjoy ;t shrt nap, " 1 lcl- iiiir souicwhat latiirupo' alter a morning s hartl labtd. In a lew inotm-nt-s lie was Mdinil Ji-lecn. 'i'lit hours Hew swiftly by ami still tie slumbered on. apparently in the eiipiyint-nt of a healthy, relreshin nap. Nirht eame ami still be slept; steep Iroin w hieli no one eotild wake hiii) . t he Luiiiiy became alatiiiei.! , and a pby sieian w a enl lar. Kvery metlunl eon eeivable was u-eii to nwakeri luni, even lo Ihe application ol red-hot irons, but without avail. Morpheus hell liini in his siiou: embrace, and no puny elbut ol poor humanity eonbl break the pe. And in this Iraiiee-hke stale Mv. 1 ow cis still remains. Noiu ihmenl , iu tin tid iii of rut-l , has been foreed into lib Hlomaeh bv arlitieial means, m Ibis inaiitu r lite was siistainetl . His respiration is uuile regular, and al limes he snores in a verv audible ami distinct liumiier. J I ( .subject, oi tliis womlei iul eae ot catalep sy is ity-two jears ot aire, unit bat been apparently in a state ot ood pre set valioii mid health. I. s. The vieMm died on Saturday, the '.id iiet., after having slept eleven flays. MORE KIHCLUXERY. . ll-l'.-.lil the I...UI3 K.ii11i.:hu ( li-f iiii.iii the lii-el-. til Uie Cifiitr In .-limit! tolnifil row, tomes another illus tration t l t hi! African i.leu of free s.eei h .Mr. Tatjhs ..i.o-, a colored 111:111 Iiom Ai k;insa. is a nienilier of the l.iherul leui ocnitic parly, iiiul in that capariiy ail .Ire t il a . Jreelev iiieelinr it) Covinjfton hy., Ih-I Sutur.lay evening. Alter tlie niectmir. ami while cros.-injf the rixer to see his l.inilv. lie was wanieil bv two o his race lhat it would l.t! ilaiiirt-rotis f I i in to .'ii to im innaii. lie went, bow ever, ami ilniinir ihe niirhl was wain. II r .4 in 1' twenty colored lliell, wiio pro-le-sed lo lie a.iin under iiistrnclioiM Iroin whites, ami inloiiiu-.l that he must leave the ciiv by a certain train next day or run the ri-k ol losinir his lite. Ile.-entlor friend lo vi.-il bun. but the fiieud ri i.be that be dare not do so, atid advised l.ro. to irt-t oiu oft incimiali as soon as iussihle He accoidiliuly li Illlllnl to Covinjfton where he u as aifaln w aiteil liooli bv mjIui of the colored lladical fraternity, and toi II .1 be would l.ot be allowed to speak there a.-ain. So Ihe .natter stands al the present lime. -- NEW GOODS. Wil.-iiii A Ihilchisfin have iust ivrrivrd a lot of nevv 1,1 iriiM. h.tn.t.-.uiiit- i.att.-riis- i.ruy as t'rrsli i....'lio; alao. blrui'll.-.l mi l lilMWll tlollii-at lilt lilt a.-lit-.l anil liruMH alit-rliliKs; iloiurslli- k'lliliaiii-i an.l a liralltll ul 4. it "I tllote new allirt in ettinlirii-d. Cull an.l g-t the value ol y Kie. 'UliarLa at WII..1IIS A 111 'It HI-tlN" DKATHS. In Hover, Mo.. Auicn.-t r.l, 1-72. Mr. JAMKs (; A M I'ltM.l., 111 the Tin.! year ol li im aii-. .Mr I ;iU!.)m-II hit.l heen a rr-lectei renl.lellL ill' lilts i-.mnly lor:t, yevii-s, an.t Ins l.tss will he lelt t.y a host ol Ii leli.ls. In this city. Auiut IM. of eoiisiiiiiitte.il 1AK1 It., .tauxhur nl Wltllalu Allen, lliell Ji Kok Sai.k a K'io.l w ork mule. Apply here. . . I1HKWKKY The kIsh lhat cheers, lint not im-liriait-a. lU-.-r, beer, foaininu ami sparkbuK. I lii-ine or the pm i anil iiiilaU'luu's raptest lays, .-purklnitf luiiulmn, wlienee tM-riiiuuy draws sulaiM- an.l inspiration, t arter A Duvi. (sou's net hrewerr, near l- ai rar's hi irk yar.l. is poilr iuc lorlh tlo.ls of the I. est ma.le anywhere in western Mi.-souri. I.ouih Lilian, ihe not.it brewer, lots charge ol Ha inautllaetiire. tliilern piomrclv lilli-l, and veiy kt-x wairaute.l (food anil pure. Ki-llieintiei- Hie aildress ol t urler A liavi.l-oii. iantliiHi. Hiin a N li Khiii- Kl.td K.HltAN and KKKI .'e-t l.rnii'ti ot Hour i-ouslanliy on lian.t. Kran anil Keed ilelltered promptly. Leave juur ur Uera Willi Messrs. A. A.iJ. 0.Lesueur, Cor. Main aud flue. uctl u ANOTHER BLACK FRIDAY. HEAVY COMMERCIAL CRASH 1N CHI CAGO. FAILURE OF FIFTEEN OR TWENTY FIRMS. . Chicago, August 20. TIip entire cora-nifn-lul rommuiiity Is a whirl ol' rxoite iiiciit to-ilay oier the tirfttkinif ol'll.t ifreat coriit-r in whent. What BIhcIc Fruluv was lo Ihe Khl al"l atot-k market in New 1 ork, to-Uay is to Ihe fro luce Lxeliano-e in Cliioaifo. The decline in the price ol" wheat, which commenced yesterday, was only more marked this uioriiinif, and terminated in a direct panic, rtcedinjt to $1 1 1 lor cash and seller Auitust, and $1 08 for September. This crash iu prices nrougiu win. ii me maunders ol the cor ner, and reports that all who followed their lead have tailed are freely circu lated. Chicago, August 20. The crush otthe wheat corner Is the absorbing topic of in terest in commercial circles, and eyen amonjf classes f.f citizens who have little in ere-t in the doings of the bulls and bears the subject is canvassed e .irerlv I'be fact that the break has carried with it a greater or less number of commis-ion men ami operators iu irraln. and crinnlod others 1 1 1 itt. men who were yesterday many thousands ahead of the deal are to- itay tmiiKiupt invests the matter with an interest which extends also over the entire Northwest, the more so that. many ot tlie jrrain dealers in the i-iiuutrv have invested their money against the cor ner, sellui"; laiff.ly of w heat at the ad- vauceu puces ii. rcacneti. aim are. conse- ipiciiuy, oy uie i.-tiiures in tlie Dull t'liqiie iarre losers. rM lar as the positive lai ures itnoiiir the inerchaiit.s here areconiu'l'ned. it is still too soon to state with eertaiutv wno are really tiroken. l hat Ihe linn nt I. It. I.von iV Co., who were the oriifiua- tuis and principal niauaoers of the cor ner, nave laiicii. mere aoix-ars lo lie no loubt. 'I'he names ul some t went v oilier individuals and firms are reported unable lo meet their obligations, but; many ol i.ii-M-, ii is asscricii ny inose who uie in a posiiion to know, w ill In-able to met t all llieir liabilities as sunn as tlmy can fifl iheir matters in shape. Hence an injus tice imj;tit lie il.nie to soUeiit parties b piil'li-hm.' Ihe bt . Hiatal least twelve in- inieeii nrins nave n-iuseil or liceu un able lo put lilt iiiar.'ius so far to settle lillirences, is iiniiiiesiionahly true. but inattcrs are still in sm-h eon fusinu il is dillieiiit to ascer- tuiii iiositiveiy who tfiesH Dailies tie. a prominent operator, who has liet-n 1 1 1 1 iiiy the orcater part ot Ihe time sun t corner was c-talill-lir. a con-taiit seller ol wheat, on yesterday afternoon called for marquis to the umounl of $lutl,Nlil from ..nlies to whom he had sold. The toiul am unit put upon thiscall w as only J,r..HI. J he I. is.-, of litis operator w ill nejri-etjate not less than imi,.kh, and this notwith- -tan.liii!.' the fact, that lie was on theolh er side from Ilo- managers of lliccorner and but for their failure to meet their ab uoatioiis would have been largely ahead lln-ie is i,u exeeedii.oly bitter feelinr m .11' many lueuibcrs of the Board of I i.i.le at lie manner in which Ihe rinsr ti.tM- cole In. (ed iheir bu- ine-s, as it is said lint they diew money uiisii-pectino; tin breakers of liiiauciul ruin, and in.lm iiiL' I heui to buy jrrain tor them, represent. u-sf even alter pines bail dropped 'J;h. per bushel, that they were still able and de termined to carry the corner throuoh the mouth, and that I hey had allowed prices lo drop purposely. I liese brokers are now lelt in thfo-ap, and some of them at least, will be ciu-hed. Amono; ihe parlies who ire positively stated to have tailed isio-i Maimer, whose recent irreiularilie . -oiinei lion with the t oma ele vator were the subject of much comment. I he marker this aliernoonou the opeiun ol the i.oani showed considerable lirm ne-s, and quite a number ol buyers made their appearance. 1'rices advanced '-'(n i benij; lirm at clo,iiiu- on ( ltauoe, and . lost d steady at 1 15 cash or seller Atl- irn-l. and $1 14 seller September. THE MAN WHO STOPPED HIS PAPER. (Kroin the Pliila.lelptiia 1'owt.) Some of the Grant organs are distressed ihout tlie peeuniary loss til Ihe Tribune ince the nomination of Mr. Greeley, and He priiilinir lett.-rs trom disifusted people to show '-liow deeply Ihe tribune, s sub- riheis are otleiiueu by his di-lioueslv im I bow tbev propose to make their in birnatioti felt.'' One of these letters is rout a -prominent banker in Illinois .vim thus relieves his excited tuiml: "I never expected to see a man claim- mir to he an American, to say nothing iboiil an honest man, attain to a lower level than Benedict Arnold, but such is die case with Greeley. Were lie to with I raw to-morrow, anil advocate the elee tiou ol Grant and ilson up to election lay, 1 would nor, nor never will, take bis paper. this tearful threat reminds us ol a story bout .Mr. swain years atro, when lie wa Ihe proprietor of the l.etlsfer. Bv hi ourm: in regard to some public matter be bad ollended a number ol readers, one ol whom met him on Chestnut street, and Hills accosted him: .Mr. Swain, I've stopped the I.ed- trer." What is that, sir?" "I've stopped the Ledger. " was the -tern reply. '"Great, heavens:' said Mr. swtun - i , i y dear sir, that wont do. Come with nit' to the ollice. Tliis must he looked into.'' And, taking the man with him In- en'ered the ollice at Third and Chest nut streets. There tbev found ihe clerk bu-y at their de-ks; Itien they ascended to Ihe editorial r. tuns and composing room w here all was as usual ; linallv they de scended to ihe press rooms, where tin engineers were al. work. "I thought you told ine you bad slopped Ihe Ledger. .said Mr. Swam. "So I have," said the ottemle'd sol. seiiber. 1 don t -ee t lie stoppage, the Ledger -eems to he going on . ' ' 'Oh! 1 mean to say that is, that 1 ah had -topped taking it. "Is that all! exclaimed Air. Swam. "Why, in y dear sir, you don't know how you alarmed me As for your indi vidual subscription I care very little. Good day, sir, and never make such rash asser tions again. ' ' The ridiculous position in which thi man found himself is unconsciously as sinned by -nen persons as the ''prominent Illinois banker, who evidently imagine? his threat will convulse the Tribune otlice with terror. But his sub-ci iptinn will not be aii-seil. W hen the l'ott. hecau-e ot it.s convictions of right and duty, tie dared Mr. Greeley its choice for the I'res- iilency, a large loss ot subscribers was predicted. I he actual loss, on the con trary, was very small, while our circti latum has been rapid and steady 111 every .lirecnon. r orluiiately, no one is com pelled to take a paper be does not want, and that tact -hould set at rest the hearts ot these greatly excited ivdivi.luals. UT A N I Kll :iO or tun men In huilil leucine olj Hie Lexintiui mi . St. Louis Kaibi.ail. Apply to e A I.I. A HAN A IHiNKHll. 1' I". I.. KOUUIS. I IVh KI, K K K 1 AND SALE S 1 A BI.K, A IJ f . . .Maui nll'eet, .SElKiLIA, MISSOt HI. far t ii-u tar attention pant lo alock left on hoard by 4lay or Week. au.'4m0 .11. HOI I'M 4. V, Tlliil.KSAl..: llettler in ilouiealic ami 'or- t rli-ll l 7.V..S' AI L Kll'ORS, 11 llelawaie Blreet, helvveeu .-.eeolid A I hlr.t, I.KA VK.N Willi I II, K!. tlr.lera liolli the eoliu- try ollein-.l uu. I iiri.iiiptty alien. t.-.l lo au.'tvl on or i xo saloox. l.Al'KKI. S t KKKT, Lexington - - - - . Missouri 11 K i'hoie.et Wines, Liquors and CiKSrs oou- ntulll ly mi uaiut . "o. K. ail.'-liii:i Ll- K VANt AMP, Prop' WI'llt:sTF.K (VI.) Ill KMHI.V I.LOVEM.. Just received a line assortment ol' geuu beavy an.l light Ktiutieis.niiL siiiuuier riuniif gloves also la.tl es lawn bkiu rlilini; Kuutielit, a very beaiiLnilt glove. These gooils re all warranted to he neiiuiue or uioiiey relillj.leil . (all ami ex. am uie, al sign ol "Big l.love, ' ' two doors east of t u r Hotel, Lexington, Mo. aiut nil A. W. Smith. M IlAY UTI( E. T l.lkKS 11' Ii y William Leips, living . ft5 Itover low Dship iu Laiayette ' t ounlv, .Missouri, and posted betore the iin.lersixiieil. .liisliee ol the Ptact? I ol Itover towiialup, cotintv and Mate.aloresaid., on ijje -Jlst day ol August lali, one stray mule, .l.'.-t i ilit it as ...How s : Hay mare mule, lour years old, tiln.ul Ull. -.-ii ami a hall bauds hlKh, tup ..I Ihe right loud leg knocked down, scar on the right lore loot enlargeit, some tiarm-ss marks. Auuralecd tu sixtv Dollars. Aug.!4-3w. LtVl I ALbUT. J. I. ci'ii. i. h ue. I'livis ,fc Alll:i'll sr.- t.'llin; boots, shoos Hint h:.ts clu'Ui.iT lliiin :ii'V tln-r lions.; in Ihf city. We have tri.l tlipin ; (licv sell dirt i'luMi. All khi.l nt aKii .ik 'l I.I in-k h n, j i Ii r.-- painiig ilmir at .1. " .r.n.r.u A limes. Kok Sale vkky Ciikai. A flint rate Doul.lv linrrel Shot linn worili tJU, will be nohi lor 1H. MeCAt'SI.ANU 4 BEDtUKU. Augl7-72 W intrn.1 to work twt chpj the cheaueftt. We will nttt be iiniler-workei. .1. v . i.r.ii,r,u HIto. FAItMClim, SAVE lOt H !IOKV By KI'K lo htvis & Allstatlt, where you can buy the cheapest boots and shoes ever offered in this market. Music Mr. Dr. It. B. bm.tli, formerly as sistant music teacher in the K. A. Seminary, offers her services during the summer and win ter as private teacher in vocal and instrumental music. Especial attention pul to beginners, to whom she will irive lluee lessons a -week; also oilers her piauo free ol cnartre to those wtio desire to practice at her resilience on the bluff. Application can be inane iiirouKn mr. win. .1. I'lKott, Mr. T. II. C lannett and I'rol. Foster. July att, l97z. aufrilt All kind of coal tools made and warranted. at . -r.ii.r.ii a isko Cheap at I. l-attcrson i(o., tilloCEK- 1KS, Bt H ITS ASI SlltlhS, c . SSAI.T, I.IME, KSIKki, tl.UVttlt, 1I1""IH A.ll I If, l I !SKKl. tioods di livei-ed tree. JanlJ yl l-lloTotiRAiMls. All who are lovers of line pictures, should not tail to go lo .1. H. Duvall tiullery of Art, where the best and latest styles of pictures are taken; also the larne Solar Pic ture the only KaJU-ry iu the city where they are taken, t opvinir done trom old pictures to any size. All work warranted to Rive satisfac tion. . alt and see tor yourselves. Keineuiber n - i.iac.e jy i so' Price of lior.-e-shoeinK reduced at du old re I'.KO. tiable shop ol -I VV . .KII.KIt A lino, kkikm tiltOI EIMKS. 1'KilVISIONS. I .Ot It, KUAN ami tl-.r.il. For the above ar tides, call on MiMsrs. A. A . Jt .1 . tl. besuciir. vherc you call li II. I u luri;e stock HI the lowest Market prices. ocl-1 If tiltOCK.tH Al llo.KIS lblVMI plaCCI ill our House, eoiict and nut roasliii"; uiachiiiery, and spice and coffee n-mder.s we propose lo sell parched eollec, roasted nuts, ..round eouee and "round spices fresh and pure, at St. Louis inices, for like quantities. Or we will parch cotlue Itll mslie.l us at St. I.ouis price. A. A. O. I.KSl Kl K. NnriCIC Persona Wlnhlni; the address of their (.pcr cliaiiKcu. linisi sialt- w here the pai il pieseui leceo. Iciil in Ihe llltllr tl, ai well an ft hert' it rn to l.e Wlu 1'Aejcn 4. Miwjcfu.. lote a liiice UrimirtiiH iit ol Wall 1'riper on hanl, m Inch they Helling at Itie. inoMt lcdnce-l pricea. All paper M.hl. will hi- tiiniuieil lnet.f chaise. aprlct tl L. Mri.;itink At o. V antkd Lar.i, J allow, tireae ami l""at ol dl kiiid-i lor which we will iav CASH; deliv- rel at the factory. A. A . t.eotitiir A lo . uiau- uiactiirera ol Soaps, Kan ilea ami Lard Oil. CM II hurlea t'utteraon, at the I'oa mice-. o onr atitlioriett aeiil lor Wavwrly and vicinity. All MihocTipliou, or oilier uioiieya due Itus ortiee, can he paid to htm. 11 At i isr. Mrs. .1 umeaoii haa tin Ijuml tt larie nd Well peleefed slock ot tt liniued Itoimeiti uiol lliita, Wlllctl the in (dlelHlir nt Cor-T PHU It, 111 tier to clo.-l- them OUt. an nhe llltelldrt tti Miahe room tor A lo-W aJid elctbini. ohieL ot r'all ittoita. i'lt-ae cull amt ai-e lor ytniiaeH belore puichaa ing elaewbcre. wJjny'JT. Ktioa t'heup at Wilaon A Hutchison's. Notice la herehy Kiv-n to all peraona tnow- uK tin melved tti Pe indehted to uie, that their uwcouiils h a v e heen placed in the hands of haiies It. Clayton, it c.ollectioii, ami that llnlt-a pavniiulia iiiimh -Iritcly made, tiuit will hr hroUKht. iiiJlinl JAMKS IsLKs. 1'araaola cheap at W ilson A Hutchison's. . licTi. Kiis To all who ure lover.-t of tine Pic ture-; we would pay i$o lo saumler)' t.tillery, Mirtle the Coiirt-HuUe . lie liiukea by l:u ihe ilnc-d I'u'turea ol any one in the city, lie i nukes all Styles ami Siea; the only one in the place thiil make tlie trtif Rembrandt and f'ur- dain picltirea. I'ou t mitfike the place ii you Waul the licit picture . iHlllltlcra ' taller , PpoMilc the Court-HoiiNe. tl IVraotii laiiiii lt et Iheir paper from the t amer, will please prtmipily it-port tht anie ttl Ihia ollice. , It DL'K NUTi K 18 hereby K'Veii Unit 1 will cuuse to be uobl tme large Piiwiir Hemp Machine, osuttsiiy Ireight uiel wstrehous clmrifert on ihe smile, uiilesH jjuHi wilintl llltriy titty. in be ht ut the war him.-e in liei lm. L. V. WKUNWAti. Berlin, llo. , Aug. fi, ls7. TIMK IS MONKV. II. HOUPT, t'eaet ieal Watchmaker, CAIRO, ILLINOIS, I M I'UUTKK uiiti -P MiliKH iu Watcher, TutU ami Material!. li!Iicult watclt reiiatriitC tiotte lor the trade. .Sub aent lor the celebrated KARL ZIMMERMAN'S WATCHES t Liverpol. Mr. '.imniernian'ri lirst tnialitv of watches arp maile with the Double Roller Kscapeineut the latest improvements in I. ever Wau-hea Chronometer Balance, The oeudulum ipi lug OeiiiK caretiUly INOCHItOXisED; and, being a ljuted not only fur temperature, but aloo in dillerent pOAitioiis, do not require legulating. I conaiaer tlieiu the bertt time keepers ever onerea iu this market, t-ml, with proper linage, guarantee thrill not to Vai v more than HO becoiulo per month. Several, to whicli we are auuiori.eu io reier. are now runniiii; tm ratert of live l eight seconds per month. His i.:nUC9 w aichcs excel either the best Swiss or A mericau makers. Manufacture! by Karl .nniiicriiiau, Kiverptiol . aulu-4v II HOi:iT, Hole Atfeul, l.jo Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois. OltDKlt OF 11 HI J( ino. STA'I'K r' MISSOURI, t La I ay KTT K Col'NTV, In the l.afayelic (, ounty I'robute Court, July term, 1-V-, loth day, July II. I A R 1 I I I IN . JaintuiC Ityraui, plaintiff, vs. Laura Bram, Alv iu I'vraui ami Jtthn H. Youii)F,delemhtiits. oV at this tlav comes aaid tdaintiif. bv hit attorney, ami libs his petition, aiatiiig anions ulher ihinifs, that anl ilefeudaut. John IS. otinjf, ih a n.iu resident til tht-slate'oi Mts- soun: It l.i t ht lt lore ordered bv the I out t that pttldtcafiou tu- ma.te, notilyiug him, sanl uiu icsitU ul ilelendaut, lhat plaiulil hab coinll-elH etl au aciiou aganst him and sunt other dr-lenilauls, by petition, in thr Pnibatc tiourt ol Lata, ctl- couuty, .Missouri, the object and general nature ol which is, to obtain judgment ol partition, and au order lor the &ale for wuch purpose of Ihe following ile crlbed real estate, situate iu La fayette couuty , Missouri, to-wit: j he wet hall ot the northwest of section four, township ioriy-nine, ot range twenty-six; th southeast quarter of the northeast quarter ot sectnm live, in low nnhip and range afoieofttdi and the southwest quarter of tlie southwest quarter of section thirty -three, in tow nship "'ty, of range twenty-six; aud lor :hc division of tue proceeils of such, sale among the parties in in terest, said petition stating among olhwr ihiugs that said plaintiif, James U. iiyram, is enlillca to thr un.fivided oue-tlurd part of said real PS late, and defendants, Laura ityrain and Alvin livrani, are each entitled lo the undividetl'one sixth part thereot, and d lendant. John B- Young, is entitled to the undividetl one-third part of the aatd real estate. And that unless aaid non-resident be and appear at the next term of this f-aid Court, to be holden at the Court house in the city of Lexington, in the county and state aloresaiil, on Ihe 7th day ol October, 172, aiul on or before the sixth day thereof, il the term kihall so long continue, ami il not, then betore ihe cml of the term, then ami there lo an swer said petition, the same and the matters therein as alaleil, w ill be taken as conles-ed, and iinbrinent by detaiilt rendert-il against them ll is bli ther ordered lhat a copy hereot be pub lished in the Weekly Caucasian, a newspaper publisheil in said county of Laiayette, lor lour weeks successively, the last insertmu to be at least lour weeks be lore the ctmiiueuceiueut oi the next ol this said court. A true copy. Attest, JOHN K. Bl RLKS. b rk. Alksandek A Chilkw, Att'ys for plaiutiU. i.'7 OTU K OC OISSOIM TIO.V. 'I'llK partm-rstllp bei-elolore exisllllg betweea 1 the uinler-,igiie.l. is this day by mutual oou seut dissuh eil. .lolm t . tnelierg is authorized to I'olleel all del.la .Im- Ihe late partnership ol Kuelierg A Jennings, aud to settle all liabilities 111. j&ol . t.iveii uiider our bands, this 25th .lay of July, lM7- .iuHS K. KNKBhKt., ILLV JK.N.MMiS. I lit-reby sum. mice tu the friends and custom ers ul' Luebery A Jeiinings, lhat 1 will continue to carry on the business wl liliiiuer aim siwi-ij im-ri-tlaiil al the same old stand. Keliiiniug my thanks tor past litvt.ro, I solir.ii a i-ollluillaiice of the same. JOHN F. K.NKUKItU. Having retire,! ir.oi the l.u-iness. herelotore cai-rie.1 l,v Hi.. rir .,r h'nelierif A Jennings. 1 reiui-ii my llianks to the customer- oi ... i- uim, lor their liberal patronage, ami i-iim.uiiy loiiimend John K. Kneberg, who w -ill eouttinie llle business. lo the esleeul and eollii.lelice Ol uie public generally. , -. j ii y w .( vt i r. i jr....".."-'. Beautiful Woman! lfAl;A-S MAUMILIA BALM ie t thr t nntplexiun the Freshness f Isutu. Haoas's MiuNout Balm overcomes the tlllslleil aiineai-amv caused bv Ileal, fatigue ami exeiu-iiicni. It makes the lady of lorly aiear but iwenlv. ami so natural and lierlcel that no l-rson can detect ita auliticalluii. By lis u.-e the roughest skin is made to rival the pure ra diant texmre of youthful lieauly. U removes redness, blotches, and pimples. .1 cnulanis uolhuig that will injurs the akin in the least. Magu.dia Balm la uaed by all fH.-hional.le la dies in New Vork, London and Pans. It costs only 7f. cents prr Bottle, and is sold by all Uruggitna and i'triiuuers. For I Iif Ladies. S V KINO O I' K N N ti OF CHOICE MILLINERY, nits, nun: & Amours, ON SATl KlIAY, APKIf, 27T1I, lti72. f l'K STOCK will comprise a lariire as- s sortmeut ot all articles pertaining our line of busiuess. Inviting the i inspection of the ladies, we remain. very respectlully , apr-27 tr MRS. PRICE & AK.NuLli. IHIKSVTI AKI.M.. A f RS A C. S1IAW. (residing on Fmnklin iA street.) Is now repared to ( I T. FIT and MAKE URESMK.S in the latest, styles, and will guarantee perfect satislacnon in every Instance Also htampuiK-. uraiilllig and Kinlirolilery done to oraer. apri;j nu IIAIIi WORK. MISS AXX1 IIUWDEX, Is now prepsred to manufacture all kinds of I1AIK UOODS. HAIR JEWELRY made neatly and promptly, t .omblnirs straightened. Switches. i;uris. I hiirnons, Ilraids and Rolls made to order. Will BUpply to order every description ol II AIR liOODS. t;all and see her at Mrs. smith's Millinery Store, Lexington, Mo. mylyl TO LADIES ONLY THK (.KtfAT I'ATKNT SKI.K- A U CSTI Sii ABIK)MINAL COKSKT ! rpms IS the only i:or8et math' J upon correct principaln. It HitpportH and relieved, in Bteud of ttlLHtructing mid de ruiiKin the Hystem. It has the Hlronest ree'om mend :t( ion ami upproval of the Metu-.al Kneiil ly. I. ml its 5ittleriiiK in any milliner lrom leru,iiK")ent of the HVHteiii, will Iind Kreut relief ml Miipporl frtitii thin corset, :iml will never willingly dihpeiiHH with it. H cohIh u.) more thmi a jootl ordnmry corset, ami will lu.-tl twice an lon". I'rice for a very hu lienor iiiiahty, $4 no. Semi i cent Htunio fiir circular. WILSON A llli K IIIS4IN, jairJT tl lry tiineif KmptiriiiHi, Axits. I.exiuKton, Mo. Oil 1KT.4I II AVINti perinuiieniiy localtl II LeXllttfttiti, I Will eoiMllHie loiui chmaea in Muaical Instruction, 'IJr- Ihir i.t riuaii and r r-nch LanKiiuKH, tout lrawiii and faiutinrf. KeiVreneeH, Meaara Win. Moirinon, Henry Mucey, Jim. K. Uyland, Ktlwiinl Wmoi. Won I leii at ('. ti. f.iitiwiKs' tlewelrv Store, will ni cive prompt attention olliit i v ortlera al triided to. novlsly HAS. It. KIUMBHOI.Z W'e! fc.AS, .li ieinitili t-. Ituiler, of Lal'av- tie c.oiiuiy, Slate ot Miaouri, bv hia deed id tnid, dalt .1 the I .'.lit day of September, A , 1. IsTI, ami duty recorded in hook No. II, page No 74, in thr Recorder 'a ortiee for I . h layette county , M ifcoiiri, convey to the under-iined trtiiteethe followiutf dt-.n'ii hdl personal prop erly, to-wit im apan of rrey iiiuh-a, aeil ; one undi- vided one-halt inteiejt in one of KuHell 'm wheat ami Kiain threHhera, and onr Wukhu, that he loniM tti anl t hfe.iher, ami one two-horde luvy - Sai l coiiv-yanc' was made in tiuat to oecure the pa nicnt til a certain promissory nttte therein dent idibtl; uiiti, wltereud, Haul in He haa become due ami rttill ri iiiHin-i nnputd; now, therefore, in pursuance of (he provi.-ion id ban) convey ance, ami at the retpiest ol the legal holder of bid little, i w ill, on W EI N KS A Y , THE Ihlh OF SEI'IEMHEK, A. l. Im7l between the houia of o'clock in the lull n.itm ami 5 o'clock in the atternoou ol iliat day, n tiort of the oui t hoiit-e doork in the t Uy of LexniKtoii, Lalayelte county, Mis souri, piiceett lunell, to the highest hitblr, tor cadi, to satisfy aatd iiote ami interest, and the cost ami e penaea of executing this trimt . Oivi u under my hand . Huh 17th dav of August, A. D. I;-. tjRIEF P. HKRKHUX, atiif 17-4vv Trttalee. jk i n imstk a to it h Il-:SIKABLE t I t Y RKSIUENCE. BY YIK I IK of un order of the Probute Court of Lalactte couuty. Mo., inailc at the July fci tu, A. U. 1872, iu the matter ol the estate of .1 nines Kurnev, ileceaseil , lt the umleraiKneti. Public A.liiiiiii .trator c.f I.alavctte county, ami hs .such having in cliargt- saul estate, will on MOMiAY, SfcPTKMBKIt A. I 1S7, at the court-house tloor, in the city ol I.ein- lon, count y ul litliiyeiir, Male ol .viisae'ii i.aiKl ihirinif the session of the County Court lor ai,i comity, between the hour of iu o'clock A. M ami 5 'clock c. M . , of that 'lav, expose at pub lie vendue or out-cry, lor cash, to the highest hhliler, ail itie ritnil, title aut interest ol the es late ol yaul James Kiirncy. tlecfaircii . in unti to the iolloWiN real estate, sittiale in Maitt Ca lay file county , Mtj. , to-wit: I.ola seven (7) eitht (s) , aml niue (U) , in block ft.riy-one (41) lhal altlilion to the city oi' l-exiiiKloit. ivu umler my hand, this 'i.th day of July. A. i. IbTi. JOHN K. Rl N YUN , jy-27 td Tub. Adtu'r. ol l.al'ayetie I'finntv I 7H r. RL A .lerry C Roller, by his mort- Y kfagee tt-eil,datet the :loth dav of June. A 1 ls71, ami duly recorded in the Recorders omce lor Laiayette county, state ot Missouri, on ttie j.tth tlay ol September, conveved to the HDiersignet, mortgagee, the lullowing des cribeU personal properiv, to-wit. One Russell aeperatyr, 'I'hreshtng Matdiine and Horse Power; one small tray Mule, lour years old past, and one Oray Mare, about eight years oiu, auoui lourieen nanus ihku The above conveyance w as made t secure the iiavuient oi uuee certain nroinissorv notes said nmrtiige ileed itencribed, anil whereas said notes have come due ami pavable, anil still re main unpaid, now therefor, by virtue of the pow er ot sale in said mortgage deed given, 1 w ill as sabl mortgage, on W'KI INKS DAY, isTH DAY OF SEl'TKMiiKR I. 1S72, in front of the courthouse tloor in the city of Lexington, Layette county , Missou ri, proceed to sell the above ile&cnbe4l personal property, at public sale, io ine ingest ultm lor cash in hand, lo satisfy said notes and inter est thereon, together with the costs and expen ses ot tlie sale. iiiveii under my hand, this 17th tlay of Aug ust, A. I. JOSfcll'll HOOK. augl7w I Mortgagee. CASH T 4SII ! C ASH ! T WILL pay the highest market price in CASH lor WOOL, IHDKS, I'KLTS, BEESWAX, KKATIIKItS, Ac. Kiiriiiei-.s of l.al'iiyetle an.l liay countii-s, don take trade tor the above articles, ij.ime lo uie and get tin- HASH. I call he round at Illy old stand, four doors west of the po.-lollice. I keep lor sale, cheap fur cash, all kinds of KINK WINKS AM LIIJCUKS. novln ly L. KKINKMAN. A It4ltt;tl. A second hand I 1 1 11 Ks II I M , MA. IIINK ami horse power, only run two years. Ihe whole call be had lor one hundred amt eighty dollars il applie.t lor soon. M . MtlKKIsoN July Jli-frt- l4'T III, AO THIS. ILiiAl. proceedings will tie insl itule.t agaiust J every man ami w oman indebted to tlie estate ol .lames lints, deceased, if not paid on or tie lore ine 11 nay ol September, lake warnlug ami ae utiau, lor i ineuii wtial. I say. migl.i-4w .loll N AI'I.L, Ailminiatiator. w ANTL1I KIVE I.Onll Blllt H-LAYERS uou-iLaiit employineiit and good wages. J . K tA 111., Lexington, Mo JOB WORK. We refer with pride to the job work being turned on at tbe OilU oawian fiffic-e, as specimens of what can be done with type, when in the hands of one who is thorough maa ter ol hie business. For the best call at the Caucasian -office. JOB WORK. We have now in the Caucasian otlit-e, one of the best job printers ever in the Slate of M iasou. i, and this department ot'our business will here afir refeive especial attention. Call and see siieciruens of work. Prices as low as work of a similar charac ter can be done in the large cities. JOB WORK. Ofeverv description done in the best manner, and promptly to time promised, at this oflice. KIXK FAIIM I'OK SALE. TTAVINll UKI'IHKII TO I HANtiKMV BL'sl XL ness, 1 now off.-r lor sale, privately. one of the liue-t farina in Laiayette county, lying on the Warreuabiirg road, three miles southeast ot Lexington, ontaiiiiiig 107 Acres of t buire Land The farm is lliielv improved. Well watered and has a good orchard on it; well proportioned w ill! w ootllan.l, pasture, mea.low, ana rutin at nig lauds. Kor lurlher particulars call aud ex amine Ihe premises, or aitiiress MKS. K. A. CUOMWKLL, Lexington, Mo. P. S. The advantages of this farm are too numerous to mention. Call and examine, aug 17-tf CIV A I. SiETTI.EMEXT. NTOlTt K is hereby given to all persons inter- i. ested lhat the iiuderaigned, a.Ullinistrator ol the estate ol Willuiu Jaekson, deceased haa lite.l his account lor dual settlement of said estate at the July Icriu, of the Lafayelte .11 n t v Probate Court, aud w ill spply for a linal diacliarge from said ailuiiuiatxalorshlp al the October 1 erui IS7J of aaid t oiirl lo be holdru oil Monday, the Ttri day of October, Is.i. M. U. CAKlk.lt. Adiu'r .tw Advert isfiMfnts. XV.W Tl STOVE XTOIIK, GEO. KING M ANUFACTLUER AND DEALER IN COOKING tfe HEATING STOVES, I rpiWARK. TIN ROOFING Guttering. maile X and repaired in neat woramaniiae uiaum-i . Also have tlie well known Ltri i, frV COOKING STOVES All work done, and all stoves sold warranted to give satisfaction. Please give me a call, r rank On i t, nextdoortoS. I. Hummers, Lexington. f. S. 1 will work or sell goods as cheap as tht cheapest, and everything warranted to give en ure sailsiactlon. isepiuyii i.r.v.. STAR Clothing House. V B. SlNAUER, AHEAD OF ALL COAIPETIToKS. NEW I I.OTHIVIJ, NEW Fl IIMIMHI.Mi 4UOODS, NEW HATS AND CAPS, Just arrived at the old reliable stand. No cloae buyer of goods can afford to invest a j dollar without tlrst examining my large assorted I stock. 1 have ready-made clothing as fine as CUSTOM WORK Thauking my Patrons for their liberal sup port, I respectfully ask a continuance. tfEEMEMBER THE PLACE. B. SLSACEK, oc-..Stf 71 Main Street. PLANTATION BITTERS. S. T.-1860-X. This wonderful vegetable restora tive is the sheet-anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a tonic and cordial for the aged and languid it has no equal among Hloinaebies As a remedy for the nervous weak hoss to which women are especially subject, it is superseding every other stimulant. In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, it acts as a spe citic in every species of disorder ... : .. wiucb undermines the bodily strength and breaks down the ani mal spirits. ian27 ly Mexican Mustang Liniment FOR MA AO IIEAST. Probably few articles have ever hail so x- lerisiv a sale, while none have heen mom tun vemally benetlcial than the celebratJ MKI CAN ML'STANU LIMMKNT. i. liiltireu. Adiilta. Unices, and loiiiestn; AniinaiN. are mIwuvm lialileto aeeitletit, and it in sul'e lo say, that iio iu in ti y can a single sieason without Home kiiut of un emollient lifinij neeesaarv. lt be comes a matter of importance then lo secure the bet. Over thre bumlred livery stablea in the citv ol New York alone are using the MEXICAN viL'STAN't; LIMMLM . in all ot which it iriveb timiMial riatitiliictiou. CAL'TION Theireuuine is wramxit in a fine Steel 1'late engiavmi? with . Westbrook, t heiniat," and "Trade Mark, MKX1CAN MLS- lAMi LlMMr.M," enin-aved across the lae of eaeh wraper. The whole bears tbe proprie tor's private I utted states Keveuue staiiip, and not a common stamp, as used by druggists. Lyon Masi'factuhisu Co., 53 Park Place, N. ". CHEAP! CHEAP ! ! I KXtSKltT At Co. srt;t kssoks Tt I'. C. l'ATTKKSON A SKLL SALT, per hid In His good sl li Alv lor 4 His good C'OKKKK lor. sii . .1 lit! .1 tm t OA I. OIL, per gallon rOWDKIl, per keg. .. . i 00 tl ll.a W Hi I K L'UAK lor .1 (W BOOTS AND bll.ltj, CHEAP. KEN1UCKY WHISKY, CIlhAP. CROCKRIES, ASSOliTEK, ClIEAl'tlST. KLOUR, MEAL AND BRAN, I HEATER CASH PAID KOR WHEAT, .ooiiii delivered free. au?tf L A F A I E T TE SILVER CORNET BAND. WE VOlTLD RESPECTFULLY announce to the public, at home and abroad, tbt we are prepared to furnish music at all tmiea, at low rates. We can be employed for Picnics, Political Meetings, Excursions, Fairs, Ac. We have ou band a choice selection of 25u pieces ot lie .ilaie-H Music, and tee! satisfied that we can give satisfaction. Communications addressed to J D. Chambers, Secretary, or Oiu. Zeiler, Leader, will receive prompt attention . SEW BOOT A0 SHOE SHOP. THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO inform the citizens of Lexiugtou aad vicinity that he has opened a new Boot and Shoe Shop, In the building opposite the Market House, oc cupied by Joseph Hook, where he would be pleased tu see all w ho wish a rtrsl-rate Hoot or Shoe. He haa the best of stock; will al all tunes keep up with the latest styles, aud w ill warraiit his work lo te equal lo any others' iu the city. Prices as low as the times will admit, dive iu a call, and be suited. Fancy Boot aud hhoe work a specialty. iug l. sTCLLt.Nu. IISS01ATIO OTM L. TO alt whom it may concern, notice is hereby given thai the tiriu of Mieas Jt i hamuerlain. heretofore engaged to deliver cross ties upon the A tc li isuii , Topeka and Santa Fe Kai t road , ts from ami a Her this dale dissolved by mutual consent of said partners, and no contract here after made in tbe lirm name will be binding upou (tie unuersigueii. Juiyvrr-aw squire . speas. STRAY NOTICE. rVkF.N UP by Thomas H. Graves, X living iu Hover township, iu La iayette county , Missouri, at.d posted before the undersigned, Justice of the Peace ot Hover township, county and Mate aforesaid, on the 11th day of July, 1872, iwo strays, described as follows: One flea bitten grey horse, twelve years old, fifteen and half bauds high, two wens on the right aide or tbe neck, under the mane, oue eveu under the jaw. one over the right eye, letter A oQ the left shoulder. Appraised to twenty dollar. -Also one brown horse mule, four years old... thif(wi(vJ and a half hands high, had on a large bell. A p- J u y wj LEVI TALTjOT, V FOR SALE T HAVE FOR SALE three thorough x urea, imported nerftsh ire sows. an lot of uigs. which I wish to sell There ta no finer stock in tbe county or the state. They will be sold al a bargain, if applied for early. 1 am prepared to furnish tlrst-class blue-grass pasturage, during the apriug aud summer. Hood water. Good attention promised, but no liability lor accidents or escapes. Terms reason able. Apply to the undersigned, at the btt verdale uriu, live miles south of Laxtngton. mar-3 am. Wtt. U, SILVER. Vehkli'!. o. hi Msr.i.i. k o.. ls;i:ii,iMl4M, lr-i li. FRASKLIX STREET, OPPUSITE MAP.KET HOUSE, BF F.ING ONE OF THE OLLtE-ST Carriagr Man ufactonrs on tbe Lrtoer Missouri, and hav- inir a reuutation unsuruassetl bv any. we would call the attention of citizens and customers es pecially to our large stock of Carriages. Buggies. Rotkaway and Light Spring Wagons, Which we will sell at the lowest rnarktt price OKKERS KOK NEW WOltK Put lip in every style It unit. And of Ihe very best material and workman-hip ALL WORK WARUANTKD. " We have on hand Second-Hand Huggies anil Rot k away. Which we will sell verv low. Special attention paid to all kinds of repair tig- ii I II LOOK fr'Olt TIIE KENT. THE BAIN WACON Made l.v .-holler's old 1. .reman as good, if nol better than the shutler Wagon ol twenty year.i ago, is the best. Look al the solid boons anil spring lever. Written guarainees with each one sold by Jo. HooK. ( MIWIINI.El , WOTAWA &. CO., MAIN ST., LEXINGTON, opp. Baptist Ch) . rpHANKECL for past favors, would announce L to Ihe pnbiic Uiat they are prepared to man ufacture all kinds ot BUGGIKS AND CARRIAGES, ol tue best material aud workmanship. They have on hand an.l are finishing up, Koekawaya ana all descriptions ot migies. -They have on hand SECONH-HAND Bug- l giea and hockaways, which will tie sold low. fLTspeciai attention paid to an kinds ol Kt PAlhUNti. apiT tin) NINETY 1 AYS AT UOST ! UMLKSa SOONfcH UUfOsKil OP. ftDCAT DADRAIIJO CHD P&QU1 i.ni Mniiuniiwiwnunwiii DRY GOODS, LADIES', MEN'S, AND CH1L- DIIEN'S S HO ES, GROCERIES, CHINA, (JLASS A N D Q U E EN SVVAR E, II. J. E. Alliens. I HA neurlv tweiitv-tive s ears IU till.- l:itt- 1 h:lVe now tiiii-liitieil to otler the "FNTIKK Slot K AT FIRST i OST, a great part of Die g hmIs w aa brought iii early this ea.soii, beloie tbe btte u.t vauce ; the beiielit of W inch sliall nee rue to buyers, ill later years, the tr:nle h got so aci'tintoniett to this sort td selling out, tluit tb-y scarcely have any more eiintidence iu it, Uecsuie il is done with a view to draw customers; tt) those I would say, Procure )ou an FaNlertt price lll, and I alll sell juh It) lhal. To any party wishing to buy the whole Stork, I will ufft-r a favorable Inducement, and with the privilege of renting thr nlore. 1 trust that all will avail themselves ut this upportuitir v ami give me an early cut! , but wnntAMin ll t ll. As i sell at asacriuce, goods can be delivered until paid for. no Respectfully, H. J. E. AHRENS, LEXINGTON, aprio tf (uear market house.) Just Arrived ! .Tuiy ijTti., iwrts. ANOTHER IMMENSE HTOCK OF flETJ 600DS. JOHN . ARDINGER & CO.. Are now in receipt of their Stock o New Spring aud Summer Good, comprising t very article kept in a Retail Store-having beeii purchased at headquarters of tlrst hantls, they areenablt d to offer greater bargains than usual and will close out their entire stock at smalU-r profit than everliefore o tie red iu this market and many ar ticles at lesa than New York cot. Dress Goods CARPETS, HOSIERY, Boots & Shoe. . Alao a lirnr Hlix k of HI. ..-I....I m l lirown slieetlug aud SlurtlnK, Talde I .men, lovtelmg I ii kiuK a.-. aiiuer'b Sllirtlllg, t Ueews, .-iriie. Keopei tnillly, 4c. apr27tf J. H. ARD1CEK tt (0. In sura Off. MILL, STANDISH a, WILSON, ninetiK .EXINtiTON, AliENTH, Mlssol El Home In. Company of ,. V.. ASsKTS t,57S to OS. Phtxnix Int. ( O. of Hartford.. ASSET'S !,7J,!-'l i. Insurance Co. of North America, ASSETS .i,tl7,St 07. Frankliit Ins. Co. Philadelphia AS-iETS :1.0S7,4.V2 3S. Atlas Mutual l.i le Insurant e Co. OK ST. LOU 4 PPLICATItN received and po!ine prompt IX ly issued on all d.criptioos ol property, lertn pobctes on Dwelling, Barns and Content A SPECIAL KEATl EE All policies taken out here adjusted and promptly paid at this agency. A I'LL, STAN Ills t WILSON. G. Klelcher A S..H, S.iicitors, Wsverly. jtine3 ly ( IIK.O IVMI KN E. LAFAYETTE INSURANCE CO, i i:im. ion, -to. ASSETS $119,475 40. MKKi Tims. Wm Morrison, John II A rdinger. Koliert Hale, Arch. ti. liluius, John W. Wa.ldell, Koliert hnvloii, Mslta Bend. Arnold I . Winsor, Uaverly. Lewis W. Wernw.tr, Berlin. WM. MORRISON, Premdcnt. I.I'IKI Wiv.uk, S-.-rrelary. John W. Waddeil, I rea-lller this is a Home company. Adjusts bl.erallv. Pat promptly, and has ample uit-aiis lor Ihe accommodation ot us cutt. mers. Patronage of ShipH rs -oliciled. iaii! I ni'.t INSURANCE AGENCY OK . C. WILLIAMS. Itiookl-ii, .v lurk, Assetts $1,500 OOO l.ieiMHl, I.omlou ami C.lobe, Assetts. $20,864,070,04. -Si'irkholilt-rs iiitliMlitMllv hMt ti,r alt It.tssca tif tti- l i m ti . I) lKS tafein on lil'tet al u-riiis n nil '-e-rii-iV t uit-s t.i Jtiiil.iiiijjs, an t tlifir r.tiitt-iiU, Mer titili:se ami I'l-iMiui--. Oiliff on i timer Mmiu A I'iue t-trfftd. over t,f .iit-iir'a btine. j.t.t.iiiii A. U. WILLIAMS E.WINSORcSON INSURANCE ACJKXC Y, llll'ltlMlVTIVI. FIliST ('LAS.S CUMl'AMES. ETNA INSURANCE COMP'Y, HARTtORI. CONX. Assets, - - - 04tr,33s, or. The Largest Capital, The Largest Assets, Largest Income, Of any Insurance to. hi the country. ItiS STOl.lt THE MKKi Kill! 1)2 Itll!-.. Looses aitl at l..'iiult. iKrut f 5S,0-i-,!l 1. K. U I.SOK & SO, Agents. HARTFORD INS. COMP'Y. HAi:TFt)i:p, t'O.NX. Issfls, Jan. 1st. '72. ?2.M2.1M.l.ls ILis sto4tl tlu tires and Htt iritis ftir i;l y- srH. Known in underwriting and counm ifi 1 cir--les a.- Ihe "iil.l II AR1 HHih." l.-t:iu- ..I ilo pioneer uod li-adi-r in ail lime .plvii'lil 111 niii aiiti iit-ii i-i-i whirl) haw mate th- eitv where it is loealfil jn.-i i y iaunxi lW KLL1NG IH'I sh; UK FARM PKmPLR I T ln-uit-td f,,r a teriu of years at a tactual. le rate. K. lSO K. MIX, Axenta. STATE INSURANCE COMP'Y. IIANMKAI., MO., Assfls, Jan. 1st, 72, $7ll,s.,tl. LIUI.KSTCOMl'ANA l ThE HLs'l'. $ao.OOO Stock Owned by Buainesa Men of Lafayette county. PATKOMZE II0.1IE COM l A MIX INSLRES DWKI.LINtiS, BARNS. St HooL llolsES. AN1H III Rl I1ES, oSTIIE.i YEAR INSr.VI. L.MEM PLAN Try tliid new plan ot Insuring. i:. tt i vsuit a. !io, Aleuts. ANDES INSURANCE COMP'Y, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Assfls. Jan.r-2, il.;-is,-2I.",II, lupines all deftoriptions of buihliuifs and tln-ir contents .Man u lactones, mills, merchandise, and product-. Ibisines comlut-uij in a iittrrsri spirit, iitve the Aiule a fur trial and realise its superior business facilities- K. M lHOIt &. SOW Agent. MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y, sr. i t h is, mh. Asst-ls, - - - - NO KKsI KIC I'ltl.VS V 1 K.t VKMMi . No Extra Charge iu Insuring Lives of Women. Try tlie .t-ven per rent. int-iest pa plan ol the .Wiaaoiiri Mutual IVS4lt A. AKelitrt Having been in Hie bu liens of Kile, Cue uu I Murine luoiii an.-e. in tlie citv of 1-mugu.ii Mo., for tlie lnol eighteen years, we ure lull y M.ntet on all pointii toti.-.liiug luuratiee, tto.i eoimtiit no blunders uor errors tending lo itiaw vol. I a polii v. 1'ntioiidge ot tlie public i m. pettltully aollclle-l E. W I Ml It At SOX, OKK1I E, SU SI MAIS .STREET-, Agents, Lexington. ?TllV Mlllt i:. rpAKKN up by .lames stnthaugli, Iiv 1 lug in Sni-a-liitr tou ublnp. in La- i layette county, Mntaoiiri, an. I ported V U belore tbe llll.lernlgue.l, ,lu,li, e I'l WlT Pence of said louliip, county and stale aloie said, on tlie titli .lay ol July Ii7i, one tray lliule, dcseril.ed as lollotts, to-Vt'lt. A lliouae colored mule, 5 years old. small white pol on uiider jaw, about 1:1 bands high, !iie itliito marks on shoulders. Appraised bi tn. aug:i-:tw DANIEL tt . DOIV. J. t .tiaiiliait's Final llleiut;ii, No I It K is hereby given to all ihtsous luter ci.lcd that the lliidei-siglieil, guanllau ol I lie person and estate of Mary Mcliols.iuinor heir, has Hied Ins ai-uotiut for llnal settlement of said nilllor'a eslalo at Uie July Uriu, l.tTi, of Ibe Laiayette loumy l'robalc lourt, and will apply tor a anal discharge Iroin saij guardianship at Ihe October U riu, Is;-.', uf ui Court, lo be holden on Monilav .Octolier 1st s. aug;t-lw WM- Mi B If ON, t.iiartlmn." (nartliaii's l-'iiial Sf It leuaftit Y'OI lt K is hereby given lo all perxous inter im ested, that the undersign,-,!, gnaJm,, f the persou and estate of Win. K-tiug, a minor lieirol Lewia ll.Oelllug.liai OleJ lus wmiui lor linal setllemelll ol said Ullllor s estate atttlclulv If I Ul, IsTi, of the l.alavetle c-oujily Prot.ate louil, aad Vi lli apptv lor a dual .Ustl'iarge Irou. said guardiauslnu at lh October term IS7" ot 6aid Court. Lfc IS tl, Ot TUNci, ottardtau. JulyJT-tvr 1