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TIIIS "iJiBXIIV GTON WEEKLT CAUCAfS IAN NOV. ;JO, " 1878.
Wxt WttMn Caucasian. TERMS: lt--na yr, tn lTnc, S3. 50; month m ! nr,l.S5;ltmlr copies, lOo. .Sulwcrlp ta, nwcnliniiefl at tl 01 term nnle-M r- II. nrel. . . i.t Kr Than to tli frlrntla. who ar Ir-r-a.ly rrspondinf to our appeal for club. lt rrrrr reader constitut himself or hera-Mf, a r- raiting rnt for our grnd army of lint Cau twians. kach on can certainly grt us one mon : iinl nbcrilr , 4 SO a yr. Club of Fire 11 w) year. Club of Ten 00 a year, ml an xtr coot to grtter op of club. ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY JL NORTHERN R. R. LEAVE COY HOTKL For St. l.oui and Ottnmwa at 'Ma. m. and 30 p. v. tlr Kmt City and t. Jowph at :1." a. M. and .) r. u. AKRIVK From St. Lam an 1 Uttutuwa at J ) A. H. and S .1 r. m From Kannaa City and St. Joph t 9 30 a.m. and Sr.i. acuTtl TH S. JOHNSON, Agnt. PACIFIC RAILROAD TIME TAtlL I.KAVE I.KX1NUTON. Accommodation and Freight for St Louis and th Ka- 5:00 A. M. Kxvrrv and Mail lor At. Lout, Kaat aud South, Tia M. K. T. K. K. . 7:00 P. M. A U RIVE. Expr and Mail from St. Louis, Kaat and Houth 11:00 a.m. AwoinnvMtation and Freight from Tl. Loulaand tli tast 6:30 r. M. CHAS. A. MOKKISON, Pa-senger and Freight Agt. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT THE JUNCTION. ONE MAN IURNE0 TO A CRISP. The L. A K. Junction Depot and Hotel, and the St. Joe Railroad Freight D-pot re In ashta. Thursday al'ternoou the Junction Ho:e I t-ok fire from the coal lelt upou the track by the fireman of an en gine discharging cinders and ashes, which were blown under the fl or; and oon the whole building wm in flame. Thix property, and the Restaurant building. Immedia'ely opposite, on the east side of the track, were utterly uesiroyeu; uie depot of the Sr. Joe road also taking 'fire and burning down. We learn the furniture and freight were lot. The track was devoured for about 100 yard, the iron being warped. All the telegraph poles and several instruments were lost. But saddest ot all, Mr. Walter Gordon, of Colu-mbia, in the eiiploy ot the North Missouri companv. wtio was asieep in the HoteP, wa burned to death; only his skull and spine being !eft in the ember.- :'. building to tell of his terrible dSatti, which brings grief to his loved borne and many friends. Everything in the immediate locality, Including a large lot ot wood, freight, cars, etc., was utterly destroyed. The tire was distinctly seen from the Caucasian's rear windows. INFORMATION WANTED. Mr. Charles Miller, of Scio, I. inn coun ty. Oregon, desires us to say that two brothers ot tiis wife John aud Elijah Kemington left ' 'arthge, Jasper county, Missouri, lor Texas, some time ago, and their whereabouts cannot be found. Any information addressed to Mr. Miller, as above, wi.l he thankfully received. A MISERABLE OBSTRUCTION. On Monday night, as Mr. John Catlier, was returning home from church in the extreme darkness, he ran against that famous limt-trap, the railing to the outride stairs on the northwest corner of 1'ine aud Main streets, and broke one of his left ribs. This stairway is a palpable obstruction to pedestrians, taking up al most the narrow pavement, and its re moval ought to be ordered by the Council at once. CHRISTMAS IS COMINC. Not o,uite four weeks before Old JSaula Claus will be alousj with a foil supply ol toys, candies, nuts, etcetera, for all good children. How we pity tiiose bad boys and girls who will find their stockings empty, or liiled with ashes, raw potatoes and corn-bread on Christmas morning; And how pleased will many be to see the good childre-i rejoicing in the possession of si-els, dolls, wagon, etc. Better try hnw good you can be, just a little while. EXTREME "DESTITUTION. It is reported to the Caucasian that there Is. a family resident on the Wellington ft ad, about two miles from this city, who arein extremely destitute circumstances. .The family con-i-ts of father, mother and six children every one of whom is sick, . lying upon the rough floor in scanty pal lets and without food. Surely, no matter what the cause, here is a legitimate op portunity for the exercise of true Chris tian charity. "Feed my sheep." "The poor ye have always with you." THE SWEET NOTE OF THE PISTOL Quits an excitement was created on Main street last Saturday, when the sharp report of a pistol was heard upon our treat. The thought which first struck each one upon hearing it was, that per haps another dreadful tragedy had taken pUee in our midst; but inquiry revealed tne fact that it was our City Marshal at tempting to stop one Jim lay lor, an American citizen of dusky hue, who was makinif fast time in order to escape a writ whicn the Marshal was about to serve up on bim. Jim escaped unhurt aud tri umphantly vamo ised. A COUNTRY-BRED 8RANTITE. On Monday last, Jerry Goodwin, the ir repressible tree man, while passing through the woods pasture of William Erskine, discovered an enormous horned owl perched in a tree, and shot him, break ing one wing. Jerrc, not to be disap pointed in a little fun, let his two terrier dogs go tor him; hut they were nowhere, the owl whipping them both in less time than it takes to tell anout it. lie tlien attempted to bring him to town, but Jerry getting fearful that the owl might serve him as it had the dogj, was compelled to kill him. lie was a monster, measuring seven feet two inches from tip to tip of wings, and weighing yj pounds. "THE KATT." Now that our City Fathers have com menced the goo J work , let them pass an ordinance at their next meeting, requir ing each individual Thomas cat in town . to cease his uightly concerts, under pen ally of being forced to break rock in the city calaboose yard. J.et the City Mar shal be instructed to scale each roof where the said Thotnasm most do congregate, and arrest them, without regard to age or color, under penalty of impeachment for gro-s tieglect of duly. If this cannot be done, let the City Fathers have a wagon load of rock broken to nice size lor throwing, placed in the most con venient localities, as the stock of boot iacks. brick-bats, c ml and stove-wood has been almost exhausted, and are rather too exiensive to be used prohuely these bard tune, it our C ity l'ud win not attend to this matter, we shall suggest an ousting bill before the incoming legis lature. 00?-B0NE 77! Our citv lathers, at their last nieetlnir. paved an ordinance requiring owners of dugs to pay a tax of one dollar upon each mule, and live dollars for each teuiale dog kept in the city, under penalty of laving mem killed by the city Aiarstiai when (omul without a collar, stamped with the magic letters "T. I'.." which we suppose means "Turner I'ald," as we see that tli titv Register la allowed tee for stamping each collar. It will no uouni have a beneficial effect upou the city revenue, and enable us shortly to pay "ollr entire bonded indebtedness; tor there are about 2j0.000, more or less, owned and kept within the city limits; own er our "colored brethren ' rejolc- in herds or from five to eight. Let Jie law ue rigidly enforced, and let our ' y Marshal see to it that he does not get ouiething more than his dollar when he "f!1u,er, favorite animal without the "ttUUiln collar and h.h..i. ' i Mivwmi, A . A J LOCAL HUSH Wcather-HfoUl and clear. Go to Zeiler llros. for first-class stove. Blank stray-notice !orm lor nlo at the Caucasian office. , The ferry boat has had no trouble cross ing the river at any time this season . Col. II. C. Chiles shipped 600 head of hogs last week, which averaged 2S0 pounds gross. A little girt who called at Davis & All atadt's to get her Ma a pair of shoes, asked for half-past 4's. Kansas City proposes to send a delegate to the Commercial Convention, at St. Louis, on the 11th proximo. The Eastern mail uow comes via the Missouri Pacific road, which makes its arrival three or . tour hours later than formerly. The great fire at the Junction, in IJay county, Thursday evening, was distinctly observable from the rear windows of the Caucasian. All the little sweetnesses in tiieE. A. Seminary were vaccinated Thursday, and the blooming Baptist beauties get their treat to-day. "Kole oyle," which others are selling at 50 and 55 cents per gallon, only 40 cents at.K. Easter & Co. 's, corner Laurel and Main streets. An editor who succeeded In publishing a paper that made uobody angry, closed his career as a peddler of skimmed milk and baked peanut. "Meet me at the gate, lore," Is too chilly a song for this time of the year. It Would be more comfortable to sing, "Meet me at the grate, love." Theo. Beck has taken charge of Sol der's brewery, and beer imbibers may henceforward expect to get a pure article, as he Is an experienced hop-artist. Inflated rubber bustles are the latest popular whlui of fashion. It takes a young husband with weak lungs half an hour to blow his wife up to a fashionable rotundity. The "Abstract Books" seem to be at sea. They have changed hands a number of times during the year past. The last sale is Edward Winsor's half interest to Robert Taylor. A farmer of Lafayette ha, an ex change says, a calf so durned contrary, that he has pulled its ears off trying to make it suck, and its tail out, to make it let go. Ba-a-d. Gentlemen of the press, ye who would figure at the great Vienna (Austria) Ex position, send a copy of vour paper at once to E. Stieger, 22 and 24 Frankfort street, New York. Mayor McFaddeo calls attention offi cially to the spread of small-pox, direct ing the people to vaccinate, aud adopt all proper sanitary precautious against its unwelcome visit. John II. Ardinger, the famous dry goods merchant, has marked down his tremendous stock of selected goods, and now is tiie time to biry seasonable goods at the lowest possible prices. W. Tecumseh Shelby died of apoplexy Tuesday, at his home near Aullville. II was well-known to a large circle of ac quaintance. He leaves a wife and child to mourn Ids untimely and sad demise Thanksgiving services were held at the two l'resbyterian churches, at 11 o'clock We did not notice any of the places ol business closed, save the banks. Holli- dav was allowed nearly all the schools. r. . Eister &, Co., the famous miller? ai d grocers, killed last Saturday, 29 head of hogs, which averaged 350 pounds netl How is that for animated lard, shoulders hams, and sides? Who can beat that for 'heft?" lrs. Barker it Temole have a lot of the very purest vaccine matter, which they fully guarantee. Also. Drs. Small. Chambers it Co. are planting some seed. from which they expect a fine "crap" of scab soon. Mr. McKean, our accommodating post master, shot his tine watch-dog last week, on account of bis irrepressible savageness. It had bitten one or two children. Mr. McKean did well, and deserves thanks for the sacrifice. John L. Anderson and Geo. L. Seho- field are building a new dock, or landing, for our leviathan steam ferry-boat to butt against. It is to be 50 feet long, by 14 leet wide, and will be constructed of seasoned oak. It is a remarkable coincident, that the dates of the Chicago and Boston confla grations correspond with the hellish raids of Sheridan and Sherman. It looks like an expiatory visitation from on high a chastisement of the proud and boastful. The awning in front of the new build ings in the burnt district has been com pleted, and adds very much to their ap pearance. The persons who have rented the stores expect to get into their new quirters sometime during the next month, E. Easter & Co.' s flour took the first premium at the Kansas City fair, in two lots. Their groceries correspond with their flour. For the best of everything Mr. Farmer, drive around to Easter's, late Patterson's, corner Laurel and Main streets. -. ., l ,s i A debating club meets weekly on Thurs day evenings, at the Third-Ward school house. The eloquence indulged in is said to be highly exhilarating. Tne ques tion next Thursday is, "Who greased mine leetie dog's tail mit tar; and if so, what he do it for?" Messrs. Small wood and Chanslor, have lately shipped from Uigginsville, this county, a large number of hogs to the St. Louis market. One lot of 89 averaged 30 pounds each. They were purchased in that iiighborhood at $3 50 per hundred pounds gross. For groceries fresh, pure and selected goto E. Easter & Co.'s, corner Laurel aud Main. They don't keep sulphur-and-starch syrups, nor sugar in which the rats have danced a jig. They keep only the best, and sell low, and deliver free of charge. This is about the time of year for the "oldest settler, " "the oldest inhabitant," and other antediluvian worthies to trot out their prognostications. By all means, let us have the usual uewspaperial inun dation about what the oldest human wood peckers think of the coming winter. The following is a bona fide letter from a boy of Lexington, who has discovered a correct renlv to an article in lust weet's Caucasian, entitled, "What Is It "Lexington, Nov. 23, 172. Editor Cau casian ; The play you say so many boys of Lexington take hold of is called Shinney." "Pretty cold, I thank you." The ther mometer indicated two degrees above zero on Wednesday, and on Friday morning the mercury stood four degrees below zero the coldest ol the season. Either day wa sufficiently cool to ruin the trade in palm-leaf fans, not one of which was seen upon the streets. The great excitement among the ladies Is the "Woman's Friend" steam washing-machine, of which Mayor McFadden is agent. It monopolizes all gossip. It Is a seventh wonder. The terrors of the laundry are all gone. Washing made easy every man, woman and child his or her own linen-cleanser. It is destinedto revolutionize the wash-tub. Farmers, attention! The value of a live newspaper to every person in a com munity, la illustrated by an advertisement to be found in the Caucasian to-day. A responsible firm of Columbia waul to rent first-class farm, suitable tor the raising of flue stock, la the neighborhood of Dover or Waverly. Without the Cauca sian to direct this information to you, reader, you would probably never have heard of thi opportunity to assist ill bringing into the county a live firm, and a most profitable and standard business, for which our soil, blue grass, and other superior advantages so eminently qualify us. Responses from tire "amen corner" are good enough when In the right place; but to roar out "bless God," "thank God," at everything said, is calculated to dis concert the calmest of preachers. Lately when a colored pastor said, "I invited Brother Ham to preach, but he declines," It sounded awkward In Dacou Middling to shout out, "Thank God!" Turkeys, which were plenty In the market just before Thauksgiving day, are selling at 00 cents to $1,00 Three escaped from one wagon last Monday, and flew into the large shade trees in the front yard of Adam Young, and boys of all sizes, colors, and degrees of profanity, amu-ed themselves by throwing stones, clubs, Sc, at them, until each turkey was in turn triumphantly returned to its owner. To-night the members of the West's most famous Miver sanu, give anouier concert at Harmonia Hall. The Lexing ton Silver Cornet Band Is acknowledged to stand unrivaled from one end of the State to the other, and surely our citizens will not fail to give it all the encourage ment at home, which would be accorded it abroad. A rousing house to-night ! The programme is an excellent one, and the evening will be enjoyably passed. John Dougherty is making progress in sinking a shaft lor coal. He has reached the depth of 140 feet; having passed suc cessively through 85 feet of soap-stone, 8 of white limestone, 9 of hard soap- stone, 6 of sand, 3 of flint sand, 9 of lime stone. 8 ot soap-stone, 9 inches candle coal, and 15 inches of black, hard rock It. is only a question of coal or China, with prospects favarable to the first. We hope he will find it in paying quantities 1 his town and county is full ot poison ivy, or poison oak, and the poison su much, wounds from these are almost in curable in some cases. Lime water ha been found to be good. Dr. Bigelow, botanist, however, urges the u-e of ace tate of copper, and corrosive sublimate. but only on the advice of a physician. Some persons are poisoned by some ot thee vines by merely standing near them while they are being disturbed by the wind or otherwise. The poison break. out in terrible red blotches, shockingly disfiguring the face. Our lonely cemetery is cursed with enough of this poison oak. to render it anything but an inviting lo cality for a pleasurable walk. An old ladv on entering a store the other dav said: "Why, it can't be that you keep this store yet! I thought you had gone out ol business. I ain't see your name oranytTiing about your store ii the papers for a long time, and everybody in our neighborhood thinks vou have gone out of business!" And the store-keeper was tearfully impressed. And he walked the full length of his store for days and pondered and pondered; and the shelve: looked sleepy, and dusty, and stiff; and his money-drawer yawned, "Nary i dime;" and one bright November morn" iug, the coroner came round and cut down the store-keeper from where he was hanging. And thus endeth the first lesson . Died, in this city, at the Hotel deFlynt of cold pizen, t-cliuyler Colfax, Jr., ii his early doghood aud bone-gnawing usefulness. Like Schuyler Colfax, Sr be was a patient beast, and decidedly 4 'retiring" in his habits, hi the w ter season, he always "retired"' in the snuggest coiner, and in the summer, he rested from his labors where the gentles zephyrs and the fewest fleas only played When a bone was thrown to him, like his senior,' he never failed to smole a smile of such horizontal grandeur as to expose a string of ivory thirteen inche in length. But Schuyler Colfax is gone No more shall we hear his nocturnal ora tory, nor ever again behold his sabl countenance. His spirit has "retired" to the South Bend paradise of his namesake Farewell; yea, requiescat, O dogum, in pace . On the night of the 0th inst. , whil honest men were asleep, a pair of horse thieves visited the premises of John Long dou, living about seven miles south of this city, on the Columbus road, and stole two horses from his stable and Bain wagon belonging to a neighbor Something ought to be done to catch these night-prowlurs. In the Eastern and Mid die States, horse and cattle insurance companies have become a terror to the rascals, and by the perfect system enforced have about broken up their nefariou Diisiness. lhe?e Insurance companies have detectives at the ferries, stations and important points, and as all horses are marked with each company 's privat mark, there is out little tiouble in over hauling the guilty, ii notice he given at the nearest station in time. The compa nies agree to return property, or pay for it. Lafayette and adjoining counties would, we think, go into a well-managed protective association cheerfully, and make money by it. RELIGIOUS. Rev. B. M. Hobson, for a longtime pastor of the O. S. Presbyterian church in this city, has been paving his old friends and parishioners a short visit dur ring the week, and preached at the cnurcn, corner ot l'ine and f ranklin, on bunday morning and Monday, Tuesday and eunesoay nights. lie is at pres ent located at Danville, Kv., where he lias been living since he left Lexington His many friends of all denominations were pleased to see him looking so well and to hear that the health of himself and family was excellent. The O. S. churc has had but five pastors during its exist ence of thirty years, three of whom were in the pulpit on hunday morning liev Messrs. Laws, Hobson aud Quarles. Mr, lautis, now of Brownsville, this state, and air. scnencK, ot i'tuladelpliiu, were I lie absent ones. A protracted meeting will be commenc ed at tne Assembly Jrresbyteriau church to-morrow. We have not heard whether Mr. Byers will be assisted by any other minister, out presume lie win oe. . Mr. Eichenberger will preach at the church on the Sni, in the forenoon: and at the German Methodist church, in this city, in the evening at 7 o clock. Services to-morrow: At Old School Presbyterian, by Uev. Mr. Quarlea. At Assembly Presbyterian, by Rev. Mr. Byeri. At Cumberland Presbyterian, by Rev. Mr. Russell. At Southern Methodist, by Kev. Mr. Bogg. At Kpiscopal, by Rev. Mr. Ilunn At Baptist, by Uev. Dr. Talbird. At Christian, by Elder Frank W. Allen. AtCatholic, by Father II oog. At (ierman Methodist churcb, in the evening, by Mr. Kicheuberger. COAL. The coal trade of our city, now that we have means for its shipment during the cold weather, is rapidly growing Into an Important business. Large quantities-are sent across the river for shipment to St. Joseph, Kansas City and Omaha, and via the Pacific railroad to all points south aud east of us. J'he great complaint is that cars euough cannot be procured, and a tpeck ot excitement and bad blood is oc casionally evinced whenever cars do ar rive, as lo which one of our eoal riouWa shall have them. We hope this serious drawback will be speedily remedied by the railroad companies, and that amnle fa. cilities may be afforded to all who wish to ship. The paying out of one or two thou sand dollais per week to laborers In our coal fields, would have a happy effect on the local money market. A DANQEROUS RUNAWAY. Mrs. Richard Loinnx.of Wellington, on itesday lat. while sitting In her buggy oldlng the horse attached thereto, in the momentary absence of a lady friend, who was making a few purchases In one of the stores opposite Dutch Row, came very near meeting with her death. The wind was blowing considerably, and as a con sequence, the loose paper, straw, etc. , in the streets was being blown about promis cuously, and one Urge sheet of paper Diew directly under the noise's leet, and frightened him so that he Immediately commenced running, thereby throwing Mrs. Lomax backward out of the buggy. but fortunately Injuring her ouly by a lew scratches and bruises about the face and shoulders. The horse ran the buggy gainst a lamp-post at the corner of Cedar street, smashing it to pieces; after which he continued his course down street, but was finally captured. Our merchants and others should be more careful about throwing paper aud other light substan ces in the street, for many accidents re sult troni this cause. QUEENSWARE. T. B. Claggett has just received, direct from England, the largest shipment of quueiisware ever brought to our city. He as been engaged in opening and marking t during the most of the week, aud still we notice live or six crates which have not been opened. Now is your tune to supply yourselves, either at wholesale or retail, cheap ior cash. MESSRS. BEO. P. ROWELL JL CO., The celebrated and popular New York Adver ttsing Agency, engage to advertise in gross and detail for large customers in a better and cheap er mode tbau they can do It themselves. Thia we sincerely believe they can do, because it U their sole business their specialty; because hev get space at lowest wholesale rates, ami because ol their intimate and confidential rela tions with publishers. If we wished to spend teu thousand dollars in general advertising over the counlrf, notwithstanding our own experi ence aud knowledge of advertising styles anil rates, we would employ them under certain tli n-otions. We would save mouey, trouble, wor ry, and the business would be none at least as well, if not better, than we could do it our selves. (American Manufacturers' Review am Pittsburg Price current. CIRCUIT COURT TRIAL DOCKET, DECEMRER TERM, 1872. FIRST DAT DKCEMBKR 2. State cases. BECOMD DAV DEC. 3. Jolin c. i nuseu vs navis a, oernwag, cu:ius lor. etal.: partnership tflects. Schotield, Hoff man CO. vs Aiavis, nernwag, nansior v Co. ; petition tor settlement. Luluyette Oouuty fti' . vs Moses chaoinan. administrator, etal. on bond. Mavor. counciltnen. Ac. vs William Jenkins: appeal. .Joseph Cienuche vs. AUreu Stevenson et al . : petition for a title. Forrester A Forrester vs C. A.. Jordan et al.: ejectmeut Elbert K. Reeves, administrator, vs I.. & St. 1. K. K. Co.: dam Hires. Patrick Lillls vs James Li 11 is; partnership. Patrick 11. Lillis vs James l.illis; injunction. Robert Aull vs Beverly CI r, et al.: ejectment, farmers liana vs ueo W. Young, garnishee; an execution. TUIKD DAT DEC. 4. Win. 1". Parker vs Shaekellbrd Cole et al. diunaaes. t red Keller vs Moses Chapman ; dam atces. Jolin v . l.ee vs jnarun isn ; replevin Kuirene Cunestraus vs .Joseph l. James, et ai ejectment. L. AM. L. K. It. Co. vs Robert M Kemca: lor damages. v nue x i.iveus vs u-oo ert lieatherage: mechanics' lien. Elizabeth Hill et al. vs Addison Corder et al .; petition l set aside win. oames r. oroves vs James a 1'lattenburg; ejectment. FOl'RTII DAV DEC. 5. Martin l.illis vs John ii. Wood: injunction lien. II. Smith et al. vs William Uibbons. Mar caret McDowell et al. vs. Edward McDowell si. wiu. P. Parker vs Shackellord Jones :n tion to assess. Francis R. t aimer vs 1. R Whittlesey et al James T. Harris vs Adam J Darr. William Morrison, assignee of James l.iu.iliu & Bro. Andrew Yokely vs John B t amp et al. Henry Thompson vs Bettie Ben ninif. administratrix; damages on bond. Chans or & sharks vs Asa c. lracv. as c. jracy vs Sparks & Chanslor: contract. Amos Ureeu vs Daniel Greenwood; damages. FIFTH DAT DEC. 6. Lerov W. Hill vs Andrew J. Mulkey et al. to correct deed. A. D. Russell vs Duncai Smith et al. ; ejectment. Lewis W. Smallwood vs Thomas M. ilacket et al. ; mortgage. Coun tv of I.ai'avette vs John A. Porter el al. : to si aside deed. John T. Bankhead vs I.eroy L Hill; contract. Wm. S. Field vs Michael llast ines: mortifaife. Catharine Boon vs W'ru. T lloonetal.; to set aside deed. Win. Van De venter vs John E. Rvland et at.; on contract Caleb W. Jones vs Wm. 1. Parker; ejeclmeiit SIXTH DAV DEC. 7. William C. Cole vs Win. P. Parker; eject mcnt. Francis I.. F landers vs Jedeuiah A Ware; account. Geo. W. Enuis vs 11. II. Cp limine: electment. James ii. Catron vs An drew Ramev: bill of execution. W'insor . Wadded vs Hill Shannon; note. Morrison Wentworth vs Willis A. hill: contract. Ja cob Klee vs Henry Uainkel; ejectment. John K. Bascom. assignee id' Fivnt Bros. J Newman vs Nicholas Witherhold; appeal. 1! F. Wilson vs Whit. Mver: appeal. Joseph T Albin vs Jacob A. Touckstoiie; appeal. Eliza belli B. Thomas et al. vs L,. A St. 1.. R. R. Co BE.NEXTII DAY DEC 9. John Bolwell vs Michael Garvin; attachment Michael White v Daniel McDermotl: trover Henry C. Harness vs Charles Clay ton; replevin Elizabeth C. Chilton vs Alexander Clinton; u vorce. David O. Smart & Co. vs Geo. W. She wulter; note. Eeroy L. Hill vs E. A St. L. R R. Co. St. Louis It S. M. Co. vs Charles A Morrison; account. Herman Uphouse vs Wm S. t'ayne; Dr. atsou garnishee. EIGHTH DAY DEC 10. Anthony N. Miller vs Green L. Douthitt;iiote John Brown vs Joseph L. Thomas; damages D. B. Hatcher vs Hall & Davis; appeal. Win A Redd vs Bellamy It James; appeul: F. M Shore vs Lvm:tn Warner; appeal. McCormack & Bro. vs Hall & Tillay; appeal. John Kent v Wernwag A Chanslor; scire facias to revere iiiilKraeni. James F . Miller vs Mslisa Mill divorce. Huugate A Callahan vs Sohn T. Good' win: i iectmenl. John J. Mastiu A Co. . vs Ren ick Jt Henick; note. August Fette vs William Knoller; mortgage. Carngan & Waterman v L A St. E. R. It ; note. NINTH DAY DEC. 11. John Elchler vs Tilton Davis. Clailin, Alle &. Co., vs Joseph o. Sheioy; guaranty. tt. l Billinttslv A Co. . vs Joseph o. Shelby etal note. August R. Blakey A Co., vs James VV W alker, Jr. Robert W. Vox vs Win. Shelby account. Josephine Hill vs Samuel M. Hill divorce. Jamea Terry vs A illiaiu Smith. Ees lie Garnett vs John D. Chambers; act. John D Crooks vs Allen A Donan; act. TENTH DAY DEC. 12. Stale and Chapman, Adm'r vs Isaac M. Mc Girk et al.; administrator's bond. Horace Treat vs James T. Johnson et al.; to perfec title. ranees somers vs j aeon u. soraers; di vorce. Levi it ox vs Willis G. Mathews. Job C. Walker vs James W. Walker. Jr.; attach ment. Thomas C. Bledsoe vs T. Collins Moore attachment. Thomas C. Bledsoe vs T. Collin Moore. Jo. O. Shelby garnishee. Josep Itiown vs John s. Shanuon; note. Rathbun Graves et al. vs Henry M. Scott; attachment ELEVENTH DAY DEC . 13. David Keller vs Mary Downing; act. Strolh er Renick vs Willie E. Chinn etal; notes. C O. Grimes vs Geo. W. Williams et al.; to set aside deed. Win. H. Allen vs James Eills Co.; note. David W bitaker vs Mary W hitaker divorce. W. P. Beck vs. Daniel Smith; eject ment. Kelly Kirtley et al. exparte; petition to sell rial estate. James 1. Mallard vs Wm. F Tracy et al . ; injunction. Win. McGlunis Win. Pool; appeal. , TWELFTH DAY DEC. 14. Charles Miller vs Jacob Zantmyer; appeal Chas. Miller vs Jacob antinyer; appeal. Wm P. Robinson vs Pacihc R. i;. Co.. Mo-; appeal Joshua G. Owsly et al. vs James . Clutter et al.; appeal. E. W. VV agener vs Read A. Gill appeal. James L. Hill vs Atlantic A P. R. U Co.; appeal W llllam E. Catron vs James M Boswell; appeal. Chas. Francisco vs Robert Detberidge; vppeal. Geo. B. Blanchard John J. Majors; ap eal. James L. Hill vs A. P. R. K.; appeal. Hall, Beiler A Co., vs Js O. .Shelby; appeal. Hall, Beiler A Co , vs T I. f itzgeraid; appeal. Mall, Beiler A Co -J. B. Inskipp; appeal. MARRIAGES. Married, near Brownsvi.le, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Edward Parsons, by the Kev. Mr. MeFarland, Mr. S. T. HESS aud Miss DELIA PARSONS, all of Saline county. Near Uigginsville, this county. Nov. ii. J ESSE SI . CLAIM, ol Georgetown, Miss ANNIE BELT, of this county. Ky., to In the parlors of the City Hotel, Nov 2y by Elder Allen, Mr. SAMUEL PIULPOTT to Mii-s HELEN M. CRAIG, of Carrollton. A clear case of love laughing at bars. On the isth inst., at the Episcopal church, by the Rev. Mr. Dunn, FRANK E. K1CE1HN lo Mus CARRIE GATES, all oi this city. A pleasant party of the friends ol the Jamil y met to witness the ceremony, and tender their good wishes to the young couple, iu which we cordially unite. The bridai presents were, a silver castor, from Mr. and Mrs. John Kreihn; butter dish and knife, from Ryland S. Findlay ; silver sugar bowl, from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Homer; silver soup ladle, Horn Mr. Geo. Lud wigs; table cover and set goblets, Irora Mr. Henry Wilker; set knives and forks from Mr. James Zeiler. On Wednesday, Nov. 27. at the residence of the bride's father, by Kev. J. H. Byerg Prof. C. F. STOKASDT to Miss EMMA A FLY NT, all of this city. Al Hie residence of the bride's father, by Justice M. F. Price, on Nov. 27, Mr, ERNEST GOTTllA RDT to Miss MARY M. RUSSELL, all of thia county. THE BEST WAY. Avoid danger and delay caused by Ice, wind, darkness, Ac, As., in crossing rivers, by tak ing the reliable Missouri Pacific frem Lexingtoo to the East, North and South. It ha no river to cross. It has the best track and cars, lo time is sure and certain. It never tails to make onuections. 11 is therefore the only reliable road out ol Lexington. aorli CllAS. A. MORRISON, Agent. W. JOHX tLOWDSLEl, GENERAL COLLECTOR. LEXIXGTOX, MO. BOWtf OUR CLUBBINQ RATES. roirn fi.emjid curomh roa every buh mcioiiiu Arrangement have been made by which we ouo oO'it a yaur'a aubacrlplion to The New York Chrlatian at Work and KclectIO Weekly, with Ir lour inagnillcent Chroma ; "tiood Morning," "Carlo in Misolliel, .spring lowers," aim -nuinnpT ."--". "n-iwr hi, M.i.riKi'iiUn fur S5 A the Cliroiuoa lone are worth from lo.OU to Mk.oo, ami a. the New York publication la every way Brat olaas, It iireaenta an unusual opportunity to our anbacrtbvra. The Chromoa are made by Prang aud olher cetebrateu aruma, aim .in oe nr amrilr.1 i.t-nni i.i Iv bv mad urepaid. Should auy aubacriber desire ouly the two llrst-nauit-d Curo- nine, they will be aent wim in o papers ior S4.00 llemlt U the publisher of till paper. THE BUHAL WOULD. By sending Si now for this excellent weekly agricultural paper, it will be sent not only for the entire year 1S73, but the remaining number of thla year will be sent free. No farmer will ver regret making mis em ,-,inrii, ior every number nearly wim .ut.i mauun worth tne year' suiincripuwu. -uimc pre miums can also be obtained by getting up clubs, s.nn.ii. i i frra. Address Noriuuu J. Col- man, publisher, St. Louis, Mo. Caucasiuu aud uurai norm, , to old or new clubbers. ILLUSTRATED JOURSAL or AOKICLXTURB. The October number of this sterling uionhly baa reached our table, and Is, In all respects, the embodiment of what we conceive a publi cation ol this kind should be. the illuslratious. Iwav-s so rich and uroluse, are In this number ..ni.riv i. annuo mikI coini rise some ol the most exquisite laucy sketches ihst we have ever seen In any magazine. We aay lo parents evi ry- w liere, your cliuureu shouiu n. puuut-.u- Uon. It will educate, reline anu cuuitate llu-ir arts. It may be hud at the low price ol one lollar and lllty ce its a year uy a.iuiess- ing Miiriuaduke, Chew Co., l'rop's, ht. -oiiis. Mo. Caucasian jouiui jei o. WHITE LIMESTONE CURBING. Mr. M. E. Stimmeis is prepared to put down the white limestone curbing, to order, at short notice and on reasonable terms. novi-ll McKee A Adstin would respectfully call the attention of the public to their lari:e stock ol School and Miscellaneous Books. Music, etc. BiHiks and music not in the store, ordered on short notice at catalogue prices. novil- It I'lioTooBAi'Hs. All who are lover ol Hue ictures, should not fail to go to J. H. Duvall'a Gallery of Art, where the best and latest sty lea f pictures are taken; also the large Solar Pic ture tne only gaiterj in tne cuy w ueie uiv letukeu. Copwnt done Horn oh. pictures to auvsize. All work warranted to aive uauslac- lion. Call and see ior yourselves, iienieinlier the place. jyltl FOR RENT. The house belonjritiu; to Win. Musgrove, Ituated on Maui street, near new I'resby- t.nan church. To a ttood tenant, the property will be rented low. tf Davis A Allstadt are still ahead iu low price They sell Boots and Shoes and Huts cheaper than the cheapest. Call early if you want bar- gains, oct zo-1 1 SPECIAL. S vds Brown Canton F'lannel for l 00 s vds Good Brown Cotton lor 1 8 Vds Good Bleached Cotton for 1 ol) Iteauiuui irisn i-opnn, per yarn leaunlul Mriped Japanese silks, per yard. Good Kid Gloves (nice new colors) per pull' b 1 he best Corset in the market lor A MagniUcent Stock of shawls, from 7io to 10 Oil One Good B-ib. Med-conuort lor : Good Cotton Batting, per pound iiu We are offering just as good bargains in every thing else in our line. Come ami see us. Ou stoca Is full aud running over. MCCAt:SLAND A l.KDFOKD, oiM'Ai-tf !l Main street Davis A Allstadt sell the cheapest buots and stioes, hats aud gloves tn the city, tried them. They sell dirt cheap, street. We bav IM Main oclilill THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, East, north and south, for sale, and sleeping car accommodations secured, al Missouri Pa. ciilc depot, old town. Omnibus from auy part ol the city tree. oci Davis A Allstadt are selling the celebrate Winchester Buck Glove. Get a pair, they wi! lust two years. EXAMINE. oc20tt 1 he date printed with the name upon the margin of the paper, indicates the time to which the subscriber has paid Please notice it, and send the money foi rei.ewal promptly. The following gentle men are agents for our paper in this coun tv, ami monev handed lo mem win v promptly forwarded to us: Chas. 1'attei s ni. Waverly; M. F. Price, Aullvide H. S. VanAiiiflen. Dover; Chas. Duck Wellington; M. V. Powell, Mt. Ilopt W. L. Mcliatton," Greetiton. it Pictures To all who are lovers of line Pie tines, we would say go to Saunders' Gallery opposite the Court-Huue. He makes by far the finest Pictures ol' any one in the city. II makes ail eitvies and Sizes; the only one in piar.e that inax.es the true Rembrandt aud I'or celaiu pictures. Don't mistake tile place it you want the best pictures, summers' Gallery opposite the COHrt-lluuse. tt THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, Eas.1, north and south, for sale, and sleeping ca accommodations secured, at Missouri Pacill depot, old town. Omnibus from any part of the ty to the depot Iree. ocL Mus. Tommerson, having secured the services ol" several first-class dressmakers, will resume her work, at the Wernwag IPjuse, on the sout side of Main and Cross streets, Lexington. Mo Cutting and lining done wnh neatue-s air d ispatcll. sept U-tl . For cheap Boots and Shoes, call on Davis ,V. Allstadt. They w ill sell vou a good pair o Boots for $3 oo, and give you a pair of shoes at cost. OClSO-Ll Persons falling to get their paper from th Carrier, will please promptly report me aati at this office. If Go to Eckle A Co. gloves of all styles. s for Men's and Boys oc2iitf THE GREAT CHILL CURE Dr. Wilhotlt's Ami-Periodic ami Ague Cur has been before the public for years ami has never failed to effect a cure when taken accord ing to directions. It acts promptly in curing all Malarial Fevers and prevents all the disgusting seiitielee of tliO' diseases, which bo ol ten follow Padlv treile ca.ses of chills, such as enlarged spleeu and im paireu constitutions. Ii is safe for iamily use, because it is innocent the tender babe and the spectacled grand-moll er in the corner can use it with as much impu nitv as the robust man who toi's in the sun ant supports his family by honest aud honorable la oor. No arsenic no strychnine no quinine no po eon of any kind enters luto its composition. The best and most, enlightened physicians pre serine it, and oiten take it themselves It is cheap and reliable aud never fat lis. nam It you want the best boots in the city for th least money, go to Davis A Allstadt. oci'ttf THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, East, north and south, for sale, and sleepin car accommodations secured, at Missouri Pa ciilc depot, old towu. Omnibus horn any part ol the city Iree. ocia Notice Persons wishing the address of their iaper chaniced. must state where the paper is tt piesent ieceived. as well as where it is to be lent in the luture. Charles Patterson. is our authorize! I agent lor Waverlv and vicinity. All sub scription, or other moneys due this otlice can be paid to him. tf Cheap at P. C. Patterson A Co., GROCER IKS. BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac, SALT, Ll.ME CEMENT. CLOVER. TIMOTHY AND liE.YU SEED. Goods delivered free. janl3yl STRAYED Oil 8TO)LE., 1,1 ROM the subscriber, living eight . miles south of Lexinuton, on lliei Columbus road, about the middle of (rr Senteiiiber last, the following slock One t'ark, bav mare, about 15 hands high about 12 vears old. has had the fistula, anil i slightly creased from it, walks and Irots; also her sucking t-orrel mare colt, wim maze lace Also, a yearling mare mule, light bay, roach anil shaved. A suitable reward will lie given lor their return tome, or lor iniormation as t their whereabouts, novitll 1 M. SMALL. FA KM FOR S.4I.E. OWIXt and i G TO the health ol my lamny wishintr to change rov business. I now offer for sale the splendid Jarm lllliitl. vehieh I reside. It IS Situated 2. miles South ol Dover, in the very heart ot ja lavette county, and contains MO acres, 230 tin der good fence and in cultivation, balance timber admitiinir niton s sides. Ihe improve. inputs e.onsiMta f & dwelling house, ten rooms aud two halls, all necessary outhouses, a large new iraine barn, Ulan ieet, auu targe nemp house. Also two teneut houses, one brick and one hewed log. There are on tne piace, ooai trees, 150 in lull bearing, together with peaches pears ami other truits in auuuuauce, and abundance of never-failing stock water. The laud is not surpassed in quality by any farm in the county, anil taken altogether is considered one ol the very best farms in the Stale, aud la ituated in a pleasant neighborhood and conve nieutto the churches, schools, Ac. It will be sold together or will be divided, if the im provements are wanted with less land. Terms easy. Apply to tin undersigned, upon the premises- tf Tli''-. A. WFKft . STRAY NOTICE. HMAKES UP by William lies, living 1 la Lexington towntDip, Lajajeite county. Missouri, and posted belore the undersigned Justice of the Peace of Lexington township, county and state afore said, on the 12th day of November, ls72. two horses, described as follow, to-wit: One, a orrel horse ponv, HH bands high, 12 years obi, has been branded on tbe left hip, umlerbit in the right ear, with oro saddle mams. Ap. praised at 15. The other, a dark sorrel alley, two years old. about 1 bands high, and ha a large wart on tha right side of the neck. A p. praised at $5. oovie 8. CLAYTON, J. p. IVew Advertisements. lactation mm S. T.-1860-X. This wonderful vegetable restora tive is the sheet-anchor of too feeble and debilitated. An a tonic nd cordial for the aged and languid t has no equal among stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weak ness to which women are especially ubjoct, it is superseding every other Umulaiit. Iu all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, it acts as a spe cific in every epecies of disorder which undermines the bodily trength and breaks down the ani mal spirits. jan2i ly Mexican Mustang Liniment, FOH MAX AM HE4ST. Prohablv few articles have ever had o ex tensive a sale, while none have been more nnt rsallv benelicial than the ceieorated air.Al- CA.N MUSTANG LINIMENT. Children, Adults Horses, uml Domestic Animals, are always liubleio accident, ami it is ante, to say, that no (utility can pass a single season without some kind ol an rraollieiu being necessurv. It be. comes a mutter of i.upcrtance then to secure the best. Over three hundred livery stables in the city ol New York itlone are using the MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT, iu all ot which it gives unusual satistactton. CAU TION Lite genuine is wrapotMl in a nne Steel Plate engraving with "G. W. VVestbrook Chemist-," and " 1 rade Mark, MEXICAN MUS- 1 f.NG LIN 131 EN I," engraved acrof. the lace of each wrapper. The wnole bears tiie proprie tor's pruaic united tiates ltevenue tamp, anti not a common stamp, as used by druggists. LVON MA.NUFACTCItlSn CO., oc!2 53 Park Place, N. Y. BOSTON FIRE!! INSURANCE AGENCY. E. W1NSOR fc SON, aKTXA IXSIUAXCE COMPANY, Boston l(3Hts may reach ONK MILLION ItLI.Ii, unit will not in any event exceed Mb IKHN HL'NDIiKD I ilLHAN'l lOi.LAUS. (Jut ot this wiil be tietluc eii the amount of sal vage, lftermincl by aiijitntiih-nt. which will reinltT the loas condnlertibiy leas. Hie -&ina had, on ilie tirt dtiy of November, JaiTJ, assets t-i" th must reluible character, amuuntiiiR to ov;r FIVK .VILLlUN" DOLLAIS; itnil all loes, inclutliiii; th'e tit Boston, will he punl with the u-uai promptness. 'Has in a Ions which will ailed the eioekhoMera only. Tin re U no cause tor the lea-t uporrhension up on the part ol" policy liohlerri. For over Uliy years tin Company has maintain, d u reputation lor honorable and prompt (h-aling-; which it. patron may rest aureii will be lully sustain -i-it in tiie luture. (Jlamn are already being paid. E. W INSOli & ON, Agtntu. IlAltTFOIC.il IXSIUAXCK CO., Known as the 'Oid Hartford." The amount at rik in uie burnt district at H'ibton witti this ( ompvnv, as reported by the President, is SIX I1L'MKKI THULS,VM DOLL A KS, and the t-siimatfd loss not exceeding FIVfc, il CNliRfcli 1 UoCSANU lLLA.i-S. 'ill pieyent assets of the Company arc TWO MILLION, FIVE HUN DUKL ANW FIFTY-FIVE lHoL'jANl DOL LARS. Every dollar theriore will be paid with Uie u most promptness, and the IIAHI FOHU w ill continue htr beneficent career, wttu strength unimpaired, and pr-H ie. uurivaiett. E. WINsoit dt SON. Areata STATE ISIUAXCE COMPANY, The louses of this Company nt Boston were re portrd at flr3t to be ivlFTKKN TUOU-IANO loLLAKS. LaU-r dispatch; trom the Stcrr fitry infrm us that tne Siate will only lose FIV E TUOL-jAND OOLLAKS. The State has ttafu-ts a '.K'li.iling to tot VEX HUN iMtfc U I'HOUSAND DOLL Alt. Mie will pay Boston and all other losses, with equal promptness as titx older companions in the great tire. E. WIN.SON A .SON'. Agents. IMPERIAL IHK4.CE CO., Of London. Tho looses of this Company will be about EIQHT IIL'NDKED THOUSAND DOLLARS, tier present assets are EIGHT MILLIONS IN GOLD. E. VVINSOR & SON, Aaents. By this disaster, more thau one buadred acres of the most massive, granite and iron structures on the continent, have been swept away in the space of lit teen hour; destroying property amounting in the agfiiesate to eitfhty-hve mil lion dollars. Nothing theretore is iuvinciole to the attacks of the Fire Fiend. It behooves everybody who has property, to immediately secure themselves by takmir policies of in-tur-ancv. Inoviti E. WIN SO It A SON. GREAT CLOSING OUT. Having made up my mind to go to Europe, I am now offering my en tire large stock of cloth ing, hats and caps, gents' furnishing goods, valis es, trunks, etc., at great ly reduced prices. Now is your time for cheap goods, and a splendid opportunity for a party wishing to go into busi ness, by buying the en tire stock, at reasonable figures, and on good conditions. At the same time, I request everyone indebted to me to come up and settle, as I will and must have my books clear on or before January 1, 1873. 13. SINAUER, Star Clothing Hlb e, 71 Main Street. ocW'f VALUABLE CITV PROPERTV FOU SALE OK Tit All t. IWIbli to II. or trade Ior Ian. 1 witom Bix mite of Lexington, lot No. 97, and 20 leet oil the south aide of tbe west hall' ot lot No. 92. in the old town or Lexington, known ts ttte ainrigbt property, and lately occupied by N. Ilaerle. Xbereia up on tbe place a good brick residence, with eight rooms, good out-hotise., cistern and the necee sary conveniences, and the tots lie imruediatelv fronting the Pacific d. -pot, and are very valua ble for business property. Any person wishing to purchase can be accommodated as to time or payments, or a gooU trade will be given for county property . Title perfect, and warranty dedflvn, locitill JUilN J. KRi.JiIN. Furniture. H. & F. WINKLER, AXCTACTORE AJTD DBALBRa I 1 1 Tould resBeotfullv announce to the DUtt'ir an VV tothe trade, that th.'y now have their Fur niture Manufactory, with eonrplct iiachuiery In active operation, and are ready lo do all kinds ol TURNING, FLANINU, .Scroll sawlng, c They also keep constantly on hand, and lor sale STAIR BANISTERS, NEWEL WALNUT UOFiriNS, Ac They respectfully ask the attention ol all to the article ol their uanutactnre pheUKing ineniiwi v-i bo sell as cheap as such articles can be bcuctd lor H. A f. WINKLER. WE GUARRANTEE THAT EVERY rum j 1 Who Has Ever Had One of The CELED RATED ' S I WILL CHEERFULLY RECOMMEND IT AS THE MOST D UK ABLE, PBACT1CAL, SIMPLE & PERFECT Cooking Apparatus ! THEY HAVE EVER USED. ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES AND EVERY KIND OF FUEL. SOLD BY Excelsior Manufacturing Co., SAINT LOUIS, AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS LIKE GEO. KING, ON FRANKLIN ST. nov2t4 Personal. T1CKNOR 4 CO. , the eel ebrated clothiers, announce the intro duction of a plan of ordering cloth ing by letter, to which they call your special attention. They will, on ap plication, send you their improved and accurate rules for self-measurement, illustrated circular and price list, with a full line of samples lrom their immense stock of Cloths, Cassi meres. Coatings, Ac, Ho., thus en abling parties in any part of tbe country to order clothing direct from their house, with the certainty of re ceiving garments of the very latest style and most perfect lit attainable. Ooods ordered will be sent by ex press to be paitl lor on delivery, with the understanding that if not satis factory, they caa be returned at Ticknor's expense. As is well known throughout the south and west, they have for six teen years kxcslleo in all depart ments of their business, which is a guarantee as to the character ol the goods they will send out. Your orders are solicited, and when in St. Louis, you are invited to call at the extensive establishment of Ticknor A Co., manufacturer and retailers of men and boys' Clothing and Furnishing (Joods, 601 and 603, North Fourth street, St. Louis, Mo. Boys' clothing a specialty. 9p21m3 L. A Brows, W.W.Pabkb, Jas.P.Portsr, Notary Public. UltOW.V, PORTER & CO., GENERAL REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE A COLLECTING AGENTS, MOBERLY, MO. ALL business entrusted to their care will re ceive prompt attention. Oflice, corner Reed and Williams street. oc26yl PACIFIC HOUSE, JMOBERLV, JlfO. W. II. ROBERTSON - - - Proprietor. TVO blocks west of Depot. Newly furnish ed and neatly fitted up. Fine Bar and Bil liard Hall attached. oc26yl TWOS. . BLEDSOE, REAL ESTATE AND LOAN OFFICE, ROBERT AULL'S building, up stairs, No. 17, Mam Street, Lexington Mo. Farms, cuy property, and unimproved lands, bought and sold, taxes paid, loans negotiated, Ac. &c. Charge reasonable. sep8-ml2 THOS. C. BLEDSOE. LAFAYETTE SILVER CORNET BAND. IXJE WOULD EESPEC . FULLY announce to V V the publio, at borne and abroad, that we are prepared to furnish nuslo at all time, at low rales. We can be employed for Picnics, Political Meetings, Exeirsions, Faun, Ac. We have on band a choice a lectloa or SSO piece of be alatest Music, and eel satisfied taal we can give satisfaction. Communications adoreased to J.D. Chamber, Secretary, or Geo. Ze ler. Leader, will receive prompt attention. J OAK X FIXE FAItn FOR SALE. HAYING DECILED TO CHANGE MY Busi ness, I now o er for sale, privately, one of the flne-t farms n Laiayette county, lying on the Warrensburg road, three mile outheat of Lexington, Containing; U7 Acres of Choice Laid. The farm if finely Improved, well watered, and has a good orchard on it; well proportioned with woodland, pasture, meadow, and cultivat ing land, f or further particular call and ex amine the pr misea. or address MRS. E. A. CROMWELL, " ' Lexington, Mo. P. 8. T e advantages of thi farm are too numerou .o mention. Call and xamiaa. aug 17-t i Legal Advp rtlsrmf uts. TIIL8TEE. SALE. luumtia-nam. 1 irllEItk. Art, William H nd f v Kebecca W. ( unntfitfbani. In- wile, o ttoeir tle4 ot tru4 tiaietl .-.ptemlter 2u, A. 1- Ibit, ana recorded la the kecuider's oihoe lor .alayette county, aiigaotiri, in ueed boo a No. 1, on page lib, couveveu to the unuerstaoeil uruMee, tne following uesvnoed tracts, lots aud parcel ol la oil, situate iu I tie county ol Lalay tu and date ol Afissouri, una UesiguateU as that part oi the east half of the northeast quai mv.Kv,iV.iuiiwBti, to lowuslup loriy nin (4t;, ol range twenty -seven (;, (auaeiu bracius; a portion of the town ol ifay lew, a plat el wfaicu I now on die in the Recorder's i olllc for tne County of Laiajette in the stale ol Missouri;, beguming at lb southeast corner ol blues No teu (101 , iu satii town of Mayvlew, and running theuce south to the northern boun dary on tine of the lantls belonging to tbe betrs and estate ol Youu- Lwm, tneuce West wtUi said line dividing toe land of said bwing oil me land herein conveyed, to the west Hue ol said east ball of Uie uortueaat quarter of sec tion thirteen (1-1), tnence norm ou tne Hue di viding the east from the west half of said quar ter ssction to the northwest comer ol the north east quarter of the northeast quarter ol said sec tion, tbeuce east on tne section line to a potut due north of block No. twelve (li) , in Uie town ol May view, thence soutn to the beginning, con taining burly -one and one-ball' acres, more or leas, (reserving and saving from sale ail the streets and alleys therein), whicn said convey ance was marls in trust to secure the payment oi orotiiiasorv note therein described. And whereas, detauil has been made in the payment of saij note, now therefore, by virtue ol the power conferred ou me by said ue. a oi trust, and at the request of the legal bolder oi said note, 1 will, ou SATUKUAT, NOVEMUtK 30, "Ui, in front of the Court-house door, in lue county of Lafayette, In the state ol Missouri, sell tbe above described real estate, or so much ttiereoi a may be necessary, at public vendue, lo ibe hightat bidder, tor cash in hand, between tne hours of nine o'clock iu the forenoon and live o'clock in tbe afternoon of thai day, to salinly said bote ana mteiest, and the cost and expen ses of executing this trust. 11LIUM UAVl.t, October 19, 1(J73. Iruslee. SberilFg Sale in Partition. STATE UK MISSOL'KI, I Count r or Lavayktts.. i Waiter King, William A. King. Edward L. King, Thomas li. King, Auun A. King Fanny A. liichardson, late Fanny A. King and her husband. Allen r. liichardson : Betty liichberg, late lietty King, and her husband, John t. uictiuerg; Alexander 1'. aiooie (jeorge I. Wasson, and Thomas I. Woodson piaiutiffs, V. Mary Belle King, minor, by her guardian anti eurator, Charles J. Hughes; Martha A. King John Woltord, John VV. Miottvell, atitninin trator of the estate of Austin A. Kdig, deceas ed; Mary A. Conrow, autl William A. Don aldson, trustee of Elizabeth Morrison, detend ants. In tbe Common lleas Court of Hay county Mis. souri, July Term, August 24th, A. 1 la'ri. n Y virtue of an order of sale, issued from the Jj said Common lleas Court of Kay county Missouri, made in the above entitled cause, a the January term, 1472, and reuewed at the July term, l,z, oi saiu court, auu to me utrecieo, i Robert Taubmun, sheriff of Lafayette county Missouri, will, on TUESDAY. DECEMBEU 3, 1872, between the hours of nine o'clock in the lore- noon and live o'clock in the aiternoon of that day. at the court-house door in the citv of Lex ington, anti during the session of tile Clrcut Court for said county, expose to sale ami sei publicly, by auction, to the highest bidder, ai ihe right, title, claim and estate of the sai narties. plaintiil's and defendants, in and to tit following described tracts anti parcels of land situate and lying in said Lalayelte county, Ml souri, to-wit: The east ball' of the southwest quarter of sec tlon seventeen (i), nuu the east hail i in northwest quarter of section twenty-eizht (2.) and tbe southwest quarter of Ihe uorthtu quarter of said section twenty eight (21, all it township fifty (5U), of range twenty-eight (2.) Terms ot sale One-third of toe purciiasi money cash in band; one-third in twelve months, and the remaining one-third in lw years from day of sale, deterred payments V bear interest lrom tlay of sale, at tiie rale of tier cent, per annum. Uiven under my band, this Wtli day ol Octo Der, A. u. lSi'i. ociiita liuutiti liLiMiAJ, Mierui. TRUSTEE'S SAKK. WHERKAS, Lewis i. Mauypnny, by h tr ee r tain deed of tru.st, dated Octobi r nlJ, lsfi"0, and recorded in the Kecordt-r'd otlice Ji Latavette county, Missouri, in b jok 3, at pain 312. conveyed to the underaigued trustee, n lot to Wing uescrineu real esuue, situate, lyin and being in the county of I.alaette and slate e: Missouri, to-wit: The east hall" of the south east quarter ot section t Weiity-tiirte (z-i) t an: the west half of the southwest quarter ol st ctioi; twenty-four , all in towniup titty (.V)j. o: range twenty-tive , containing one hunurei, and sixty acres, in trust, to secure the payment ot a certain promissory note in said deed v. trust specified. And whereas, t-aid note ha lonfct since become due and remains unpat'i, now therefore, I the undersigned trustee, iu pur suance ot the provisions of our sad deetl oi trust, and at the request of the holder ot aii promissory note, will, oc TUESDAY, DECEMBEU 3, 1872, between the hours ot ten o'clock iu the utornin and five o'clock, in the afternoon ol that d.ty, iu front of the court-house door, in ttie city ut Lexington, county of Laiayette, and kuiVoi Missouri, offer tor sale the aoove deecribui property, at public vendue, to the higQeat bid der, for cash, to satisfy said note and mteiest, and the cost of executing this trust. tiKOUGK A. UAiUULIN, Trustee. novitd TRUSTEE'S SAEE. IHTHKBtA-. Jhn B. Snead ami rh A VV tmead, his wite, by their certaiu tieed ot trust, dated the ltitu day of May, A. D. latiu and duly recorded in the Kecordti 's otlice lo Laiayette county, in th state of Missouri, i book No. 2, at pages 124 and l.o, coir.i vA t the undersigned trustee, the following describ ed real estate, situated in said county aud &;a! to-wit: Thai part ol section niteen (15) in town ship nlty (30), of range twenty-seven (!) . neretoiore cieeuea to juuu K. Muaa uy v uiiitj E. Kider and wife, which said dred ofcfnve anco is now of record in said count v- ..f Lnta -ette; also, that purt ol sections hi teen (15) und sixteen , iu same low nsutp ana rane, con veyed to said John B. Snead by Francis Myei and wife, bparing date May 14, l$t;9, and no of record in the Recorder's oibce of said coum of Laiayette; which said couvev ance was man" in trust to secure the payment of a certain prom Lssory note, in said deed described. Aud where as, said note hits long since become due, and remains unpaid, now therefore, at the request etf the legal holder of satd note, and accoi uiu to the provisions of said deed of trust, I wilt, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 172, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon and five o'clock in the atterni on of thut day, in front of the court-boue door, in the city of Lexington, Lafayette county, in the state o'e Missouri, proceed to sell the above describe. I property at public vendue, or so much thereoi as may be necessary, to the highest oidder, !W cash in hand, to satisfy said note with all in terest remaining unpaid thereon, together with the costs and expenses of this trmt . JOILn S. BLACKWELL, Trustee. nov'-itd SHERIFF'S SAKE. George S. Uathbun vs. August ilackinm. Herman Keeek, otto Walfcenhorst, comput ing the (Inn of Hue km an A Co. B virtue of an execution issued from the of fice of the Clerfc of the Circuit Court for t lie county of Lafayette, state of Missouri, to me di rected, and returnable to the December term, lffli, of said Court, I will, on SATURDAY, DECEMBEU H, between the hours of ten o'clock in the fore noon and live o'clock in the aiternoon of said day, in font of the court-house do;r, in the city ot Lexington, Laiayette cminii , fh'e oi Missouri, during the session of the Cirrini Court for said county, proceed to eil to the highest bidder, for can h in hand, the following described property, situate in Lafayette county, state of Missouri, to-wit: A part of the southeast quarter of the north west quarter ot section cumber tour (4) , town ship forty-eight (4s) , range twenty-lour (24) , commencing at the southwest corner of a piece of laHd conveyed by Conrad Steiukle aud w ue to C. Ii. Walkenhorsi, thence south 12 feet, thence east 190 feet, thence north l2tl feet, thence west 110 feet to the place of beginning, adjoin ing the town of Concordia, east of bt. 1-oui street, aud fronting on said street, aud be inn tbe same piece of land sold to said iliiekriimi Jc Co., by Conrad Steinkle and wile by deed bear ing date Sept. 8, 1870, and upon which the store house of said ilacktnan Co., is situ ated. Given nnder my hand, this l"th day of Novem ber, A. D. 187i. novW ROBERT TAUBMAN. sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALK. Phoebe C. Patterson, Lafayette Patterson, her husband, and George II. Atnhro.-e, Companv firm of P. C. Patterson ACo., vs. Henry Uetert. By virtue of a special and general execution issued from the otlice of the Clerk of ihe Cir cuit Court of Lafayette county, state of Mis souri, to me directed, and reiurnab e to the De cember term of said Court, 1 w ill, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1872, between the hours of ten o'clock iu the ioieuoon and five o'clock in the afternoon ot that day, in front of the court-house door, In the citv of Lexington, Lafayette county, state of MissJuri. during the session of the Circuit Com t for said couuiy, proce : to sell to the highest bidder , for cash in hand, all the right, title and Interest ol the above named defendant, in and to tiie fol lowing de--crioed property, situate iu Laiayette county, state of Missouri, to-wit: Tw i) acres taken off of the northwest quar ter of the southwest quarter of section tour, township forty-eight, range twenty-four, bound ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a sloue etv enty yards north of the southeast corner of the above described tract oi land; thence north to a stoue, a distance to make two acres in length; thence west a distance to inajte one acre in width, to a stone; them e south to a stone, u distance of two acres; thence to the place ol be ginning directly taat, to contain, ad together, two acres. Also lot No. four of block J , and lot No. one ami the southern half of lot No. two in block K. AUo the whole ol block O, and lots thirteen and fourteen of Mock A, and lot No. twelve (1-2) In block F; all ot said lots and blocks in the town of Concordia, in sard County of Lafavette, and designated as such on the plan and pint of said town, now on file in the K'-corder'a otlice of said countv. Also tbe northern two-third of the east half of the southwest quarter of the souMi west quarter of fcaid section lour (4), town ship fortv-eiifht, and range tweutv-lour. m aid county of Laiayette. Also a strip of laud lying lmmeaiateiy norm oi me tract lust above described, and bounded tn the north by JLun bura street, in said town of Concordia, ami the west by the extension southward of Schiller street, in said town, a.id on. the east by the property of said Det-rt and oue Walkenhorsi Given under my hnd, this UtU duy of No vember. A. D. ls7i. J no v iota KPUfcKT TAUBMAN. Sheri'!. ADMINISTRATOR'S XftTirr LETIEK3 of administration on u,, t.slale of David A. Douihi.t, deceased, w. re grained to th undersigned, on tn . " .- by the Probate Court of Laiayette county,' Mis ouri. ' AU persons bavine- claimn tr .inat AJt,. are required to exhtoit them, for allow unc. to the administrator, within one year aitev the date of said letters, or they my be precluded from an v benefit oi au.-h .ml it mur.a claims be not exhibited within two years from vncaate of such. tetters, they will ke forever barred. ttSKtif L. DOUTHirT. novt Lfsral Advf rtfsements. Till STLE'5 SALE. yiIEBEA. Steohen A. Barker and Sarh E. ' IWiMtr.hu wii., by ihtr deed id irnst , dated 1. r.eujtr li, 1.-; 1, and recoided tn the Recorder's olhce lor LnLiyetie county, MiPtM-a- ri. in ofi-u oooft o. ll, on pas-e 144, conveyed to the undersigned, as truster, the lollowifiitd''- scnoeu re..i estate, stmate 10 the county ol La fa) clt awl slate of Nmmiri: Ihe west half tf be southeast quarter oi the south we-1 ouar'rr ol section nine (it), in tnwnbip forty-elgut (4n, of ranite twenly-tijrrit (f) , rontstnir.g -lwtnt.7 fiOl acre, nior-' or le-. winch said conveyance Was made iu trust to secure tbe aymrtl ol two promissory notes llitrla described. Anti Wher as. default h been made iu the payment of said notes, now ibereiore, by virtue ol 'lie power conferred on me by said deed of tru.t, and at t'l- rrqiteot of trie legal holder of said notes, 1 will, on Tl.KSO.vy, riECEMBEB 10, A D. HT2, between the hours of tea o'clock A. M.. and Ave o'clock V. M. of that day, in l:ont of the Court-llouae door in tbe county ol Laiayette and state of M issouri, proceed to sell the above disi-ribed property i pooiic ve.,d te to tne hteh ent bidder for ca.-.ii to stisi y said note, toaeuner ith the co-U and expense ol the trits:. , ItUttJ U. SAI 1 fcKMr.l.K, nov'td Iru-tee. . SHEItlFt 'US SALE. White A Given vs. Special and General Ex. William Martin, ) BY virfne of a special, and general execution, issued from the oillce of me Circuit CIcTk lie county ol Llayetie in the stale of Missouri. o are directed, and returnable to the Iee-rnoer term, Ic72, of said court, 1 will, on - TUESDAY, DECEMBERS, A. D. 172. between the boors of ten o'clock m tap fore noon and live o'clock in the aiternoon of flat day, in front ol Ihe court-house door, ijt me Mtv ol Lexington, Laiayette county, state ol Missouri, during the session oi the Ctrcoit Court lor satd county, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, lor cash in band, the lollowing . described property, situate in Lafai ette county. stale Of MnS'uri, to-wit: , A one aud a bull story Irsrae dwelling bouse. sixteen leet square iu front, w nb an ell one story high, loitrteen by sixteen leet square, sit uated on lots eleven and twelve in bioea twenty-six, in that portion of tbe city ol W'aferly . known as the third addition to the cuy or Wa verly. uiven nnder my nand, this ts?n day of Novem ber, 1,2. novytd ROBERT TAfBMAS. Sherifi; SHERIFF'S SAKE. vs. Special Exccu.ioa. Mitrttia V. tamn tt a!. ) V virtue ol af.pKM.il pxefution. from th? ollice of the Circuit Court lor the count i IalayJte. tiKttot MiA-oun, to m iirtcte(i, nl returnable t.s me !.- t-in br tt-na ot saU Court, 1 v; ill. on 1-TKSOAY, liKCKMBKK 3, A. X. 1572, , between the hours of ten o'clork in th3f.rx' noon hai five o'clock in the afternoon of that tlay, in front ut the court-hou.-e Uuor, in the ci- t Oi i.f a.iiiuv hi , ijiaj eute county , 6iate OI Missouri . miring thu session ot the Circutt Omrt tor aa.tl oounry. ftreij to sett to tha hiKhftit bni.h r, fur cash in hand, the folh.vi in t tl-MCribetl property, situate tn .Laiayette eouftty, tate ot Missouri, to-wil: c Ihe nor'hea.i quarter of ihe nfrthe-t qu,tr- 'er oi" section eiuhtetn: the norfhweM quarttTO! the northwest (luarttrrol srcltou eventen, tx cpting one i;cre and fifty-one oi,r-hunii t-titha ut au acre off ihe northeast ernr thereoi : ai.-o, tuny acres oil the north end ol the eart hail uf the northwest quarter of section t.ix!ee&, uad on acre and a hif ftT the north eni of tbe outhca.-'t quarter of" ihe northvv.i quarter ol" .-aid section d!-teen, all in township lorfy-nine, oi ranjfe Uvt-niy-eiuht. (iiveu tat 1. r my haud, this 8tu daj of Octo ber, A. U. i;. noy:d UOBKUT TALISMAN', sheriff SHERIFF'S s i EE, William Fletcher i vs. V Henry H. Mutlis. ) Special and General Ex virtue of a spvcial and weneral execution is.-ueti from the oihee ol tne Clerk ol the Cir .'Utt Court ot L d iyette county, Plate ol Mi ouii, to me directed, and returnable to the De cember term ol !?aid Court, i w ill, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, lsT, between the hours often o'clock in the forenor.i and five o'clock iu tiie altetnoon ol that in front of the court-house dor, in the ity of Lexington, Laiayette county, ssate ol Minsourt, luring the esion 1 the Ciieuit Court for Paid otinty. priceeit to sell to the nihet bNdtr, ior cash in hand, nil the rtirht, luieaii.l fnterest f the above named delemi ut, in mid to the loilowina: decritied fr.perty, situate tn Lulay-t-ltecouittv, state of Mi.ouri. to-wit: A certain on iory iranie iuiultnf hsed a -hop. thirtv ;.' in length nint fwetity leet iu n Htih, siiuaud on a p.u t of iot number one (1) , ;n block i-uiiiber sev.-iuen (17), iu that poi ti u 1 !iiec;iy of Waverly iorim-i(y known as the town of t . Thumaa, coui'ii- ncing ttiirt-t o (et lrom the south end ot said iot, thencu" run ning n'-rtii with the e.tst line ot W.hin:ton a:reet thirty feet, thence enst at right angles twenty tet-f, thence south paiHil- l to aaii east line of Washington stieei thirty le-t, thenee .e--t at nghr aiit-s twenry tt et, to the pUee of oejunning, ana thi; lot Whereon S;iia building a'ands. Given undj,r my hand, this 15th dv of Novem ber. A. 1. Ia72. no v iti id HUB Mil TAUBMXX. sheriff. SHERIFF- S SAtE. Geurge Oshorue ue i Willis A. HI11& Leroy W. Hill. ) BV virtue oi an executim i-tutiil from the of lice ol the Circuit clerk ol LuiayeUe cuntv, in the tstnte of M iiMiiirt, to me dif.-c ed. and re turnable io the Pece'iioer term, 1372. ot t ie Cir cuit Court lor said County, 1 wilt, ou SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1-7J, between the nours ot tea o'clock .it the fore uoou and live o'clock in the aiiernoon of that l.ty , iu Hoot oi' he com t-houe dour, in ihrruv .t Lexin?ttn, L:iiayeite cunty, aintv ot MiP'- Mii, during the session of said Ciruuu Court ior .suit! county, proceed to sell to th hijh"st ldder, Ijv CHab in haud, ul the riht, tit!e anti intt-re-t ni Uie above n uiied aeten jauU in and ft the lollowing deert!ed prouerty, dituate in Laiayette count y . uie ol Missouri, ti-wit: Lots cue, two, three, i'uir anti tve1itr-..ur in block seventy--, nr-e. (7J) , in tne first aitdition to ihe city of Lexington, as the same appeals up on the pl.it of naid a-Kiiiion, now n,iile and of recorU in the Recorder's oilice for said Lafayrtte County. Also, a fi ac lonal . S(i l j. ot kind iront'.ug on Wan r street ,t irs juuet on net ween l'ine unl Mitt streets, and riinumg ba.K (rom Water street to a point, the .tame. leui all tiie bind owned iv oilier A mb-ron ar d'ale or uideed iorsa:d parcel to l r; .miuh li.r and tjeorae ht'Wuier, between .-;'.id Mo-wattt-r & Co. 'a aawniili and t ine crreft, in .Paid cuy Al?o ihe west hall m tne stiL!i eo quaiter of -ection seven (7), and the nortuea.it quarter of the southwest quarter ot section thirty-tour (:i), and the east htui of the nonhwest "qdarter of ot section thii ty-iHe ly,) , mi ln fownhip fortv ntne (!:') ol lauge tweniy-five (2:) . Alio, the east h.tif of tite s.uulo-a-t qu!t-r oi " sertion twelve (11) , township fort, -nine ( I'm, ot" rane tM'iity-si (itS), a rjie JMj.i-ny oi Leroy VV.' Hill. Also, lots live, mx and seven m olocic eightcen, (lt) , in tiie first addition to toe citv of Lexington, as the same appears upou llu plat of saut additn.il, now on Ihe and of recvi-d in me Keccnp r's oltice ior aaid countv", os tLe property uf Willis A Uil!. Oiven under my bund, this laih day ii Novem ber, A D. -jiovhiM UOHEUT TAl'BM.V, -hrff ' ShcrUi's Sale in Partition. Sarah J . G-jrdun , Eiizabeiu VV . iSroivn, ait t hr huabanl, spencer VV. liovn; Keo .:ca E t order, and her hu-bau t, John . . or b i : MarvC. Vancy, and her hun0nd, John t- i in c , oiauitius ex-pane. irtue ot mi order d the Probate Court iM afiyette couutv. Mtsnuri. ma.le m n... .r,-. iy leriuoi sai-i court, a. u. J7i, in the above entilkd eaiitf, and to me directed, i will, on lt'tl).V, DECEMKE.: :i, ls".-, bttweers toe hours ot ten o'clock tn the iornotin and five o'clock in tic- ulte moon ol thai dav.'in triHM of the ouri-uoue door, in ihe cu v 'of Lexington, Lafayette county , ft me ol MiNso'uri, during the s.aion ol the Circuit Court for nad county, proceed to sell, to the hixheit UioMer, for eah in hand, tiie lodowiug de-erihed .fYul esla e, situate in Laiayette county, state oi Missouri, to-wit: Part ot lot six hi) , and part of lot seven (7), in block sixteen (tiij , in the drst a-ulition to ihe city ol LeMiitTTon, Luiavettt county, Missouri Given uud. riuy hvud. this idih day of Octo ber, A. D. islZ. novatd UftliEUT TACHMAX, fiheriff .issu;m;e's sai.e, UrilKUfcAS, t,tor;c W. Uaker, inrptufore, for tiie purpDuf ol Fecuritic tiie (layUit nt of certain ili-tits title lrom saut tieorgt- V . K titer tti LavuiiaC f.rave. anil tile heir, of Uarni A. til'avea. tin! execttte and tieliver to ihe aaltl l.n viutaC Otaves lim iltetl bv way oi lunrla i"e tt the roll. .whig tit st-i ilie.i reMl t t..;e .5ituj"eii in l.afnyetie county, Mm-otiri: I lie w.-.t lull ol tiie soiilliu at quartet; Hie north l, ml of the c.-t halt of tiie sou-lie tt nnuitt r, anl ttie north hli' of the east Imif of the ou:hei narter, ait iu -ei lltill nv . nlv-seven nlio ttienoi tlieasi quarter oi the nor!lua.-t q.a'rita' nf secuon Hurt-lour CM) ; aUo. the . north. :tt ijuarirr ot tne ttoutuweat quarter 01 -eetK-n twc-uiy -Nt ; ul-o, lot ly aerea ,iiT the north end ol tiie t liaif ot ttie Houtliwt-.t q.tliftt i .- the West hail ol til.1 Sotlttl-'Uat qturler, aiui 'tr'ie'e.o.l- halt'of the souttirrit qtiait.r, i.-a twentv t"jt; acres off Ihe north eim oi lite lat t o uiftiiej ttiuua. of seettoii iwt iity.tiKlit out, all in town lii( titty (..)), oi range twtiiy-stifii (j;jt v Ih-reas, feat. I -.eorgf VV. ILiker h-.is btc.Ti iltilv aujutlffeti a b:ii.Krtlil by Ihe lii-trit't , nil t i the L'tiltetl tatea ior lile t extern lltlt'tetof Mis-oitri, an.i the utnlersini .luiiti Aull is the tluly anjiomtetj attti tjuattii.tl asi)inee ,.if tnti es. tate ol said bttnkrnpt, attl whereas, bv'aa or tier of court, uta ie ott Itie3ist tlay of Octolier lTi, lie .at't assmuee orilreil."tn .eit'.i i oo.e .,enn,o. .yviiy neeatiu rtean.'ol. the sum inorfaae. now inert-lore, public i.OIiCc Id cieieuy gien itint t ie uniierst aetl lu 1 uruauoe ot eatit orut-r ol i- tun, will on THL'll. , between ttie hotris 1'n.tMBtlt 5. 1. f tell o'.-l.wk i.. I he f'r. leruoon ofthat c tiuor..' in .. tiay, in lrom oi tne l ourt li Cllv oi f.exitii;t CMtltily ot .v.u, n(, B(J'fe ' t'UlOlC. ll.'l,.,,. ... .i -i. Oi l.ssoliil, stii t ttutiiie eat bitifler, lor Ca,h, the sai.j real ;olale " " Jr",!.",uu't" huuatUu.Vh.Uy ot N-ovePt- noMt'.d , - - - JUI1N All I A.ifoee. AM.1,',TKA'rwl,'i ri(E. I ttL-j ol a.Juit,ii,tr..iioii on ih eotau of XJ ctiatliant is h,w, ile-ea-il, were grant.. ! I.i the uiiua ttitiitil, uu the iih Uay of Cxln oer, Is,.;, t,y the I'ct.bate Court of LaiaVette county, Misaonri ' ' , Ail jiersons ivuvinc elaims as:aintr eaitt estate' are required to enioit itiem iot .liowat.re, to lloi tiliuliiistrator, u ttiiltl one year alter lha llvite of ealo letters, or tftey may bo (lue.-iuiietl from iqj bedell.' ol such estate; aud it ttic'n ciatuts be not exhibited wtttiin two vrrairom tile date ol said letters, thev will be f ' tew.- bur red. HfcNKY ... fcWINu, oc6!5 A'lniinistr-ti,Jr iDJIlVhTimoil'S aotick.: LETTtKs ol administration on the eaiate ol John V. Iht.-tie, deceasi-,1, '' atanted to the ilDdersi(in rli au lUe ;ih d " .w ptitntier. uri, by l,te 1'iobats Court ol "l . fayette cottniy, Misaourt. o All persons h.-iMnirci.timi aaatnst said e-ta- r riniirf.i I., . it 1 1-. i t , t. ..... . . . I hi litl:ul.l.?,li :.t,.i- w.ii.i . J ii ""..iw uuc ya duie ol said Uiii rs, or they may b alter tho preeludej . ... ..v.. ii raiaie; ana tt mucIi oaimbenotcxlnhitUab,n two y.-araiVoul tli .Uw otsata ietttia, they wtll be Greyer b douaiatrator. AdmiuMirairtx.