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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882.
NOT FLYING- FROM FOES. Christianity's Triumphs Pictured By Dr. Talmage. yew York Sun. ''Let us see whether the Bible is a last year's almanac. Let us see whether the church of God is in a Bull Run. retreat, with muskets, haversacks, and canteens strewing all the way," said Dr. Talmage yester day morning in the Brooklyn Taber nacle. "In the first century there were 500,000 Christians. In the eighteenth century there were 200, 0(X),000 Christians, and the estimate for the nineteenth century is 300,000, 000 Christians. Poor Christianity ! What a pity it has no friends ! Who will take it out of the poor-house ? In "a few weeks of last year there were 2,500,000 copies of the New Testa ment distributed. During the last an voarc mm a Tvrann? bnvfi ;o?mefited themselves with Christian churches than in the first fifty years of this . 7 centurr. Is f tie Bible becoming an nWAtp. book ? You find it in everv court room ; in every house. Yoltaire predicted that the" Bible would be extinct in the nineteenth century, Thr, room in which he wrote the room in prediction was recently crowded from floor to ceiling with Bibles for Switz erland. The bible is to-day the most popular of books. There are five times as many copies of the Bible ?old as of any other book. The Methodist Church erects a new house of worship everv day in the year. What insti tution stands nearest to the hearts of the people ? Is it the Post Office ? Is it the hotel ? No ; it is the Christian Church. You may talk about the Church as a collection of hypocrites, but when the diphtheria sweeps off vour children you don t go to the postoffice for consolation. You don't call in the Attorney-General or the Postmaster or the Alderman, aid you don't want the body taken to the hotel or the theatre, and you don't want them to sing the 'Marseillaise' or 'God save the Queen' or our nation al anthem. You want the minister and the church and theSundav school hymn your little girl sang the last time. "Let a man proclaim himself an enemy to the Bible, and he can not get a majority of votes in any city, county, or ward in America. Mr. Ingeraoll, yean ago, riding in a rail road car in Illinois, asked, 'What has Christianity done V There was an old Christian woman who heard him, and she replied : Christianity has done one thing ; it has prevented Mr Ingersoll from being Governor of Illinois.' The Christian religion is to-day mightier than ever. Do you think such a scene could be enacted sow as in the days of Robespierre ? "Suppose one passenger out of five hundred on an ocean steamer jumps overboard ; does that stop the ship ? Yet that one passenger makes more excitement than the five hundred who stay on board. Do you believe these people are going to be frightened by infidel scientists, who have fifty dif ferent theories about the origin of life ? I tell you that all denominations agree in two or three or four radical ideas of the Christian religion. They are unanimous as to the authenticity of the Scriptures and the divinity of Christ. "How is it with the infidels ? No two of them think alike. It makes me sick to 'see one of those literary folks going along with a copy of Darwin's works under one arm, and under the other a case of transfixed grasshoppers and a book on the organization of protoplasm. Just as soon as one of these fellows begins to know the differnce between the feel ers of a wasp and the horns of a bee tle he begins to patronize the Al mighty. But Aggassiz set his face against the theory of development. Ihe scientists don t agree about very thing. They don't agree about embryology. They don't agree about the graduation of species. Herschel wrote a book on the en ors of astron omy. How many colors are there in light ? One says seven ; another says three. How high is the aurora foorealis ? One says two and a half miles ; another says 168 miles. How far is the sun from the earth ? One says 76,000,000 miles ; another says 104,000,000-only a little difference of 28,000,000 miles. If a jury does not agree, you send it back to deliber ate. Infidelity has failed to agree after deliberating 500 years. Let it .go'back and deliberate 500 years more, and agree on something. "Look at the international system of Sabbath school lessons. This afternoon there will be 5,000,000 peo ple studying the same lesson. Sci ence is no solace for the troubles of the world.. You cannot solace that "bereaved mother bv telling her of the survival of the fittest ; by telling her that her child died because it was not worth as much as other children. You can't go to that dying man and keep up his courage by telling him to put confidence in the great 'To be' the everlasting 'Nay,' or the eternal 'What is it.' Go to theVidow and tell her that it was a geological necessity that her husband should be away, just as in the course of time the megathereum had to pass out of ; existence, and that in the course of nity million years we ourselves may be scientific specimens of an extinct human race. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. Why is the money you are in habit of giving the poor like a new born babe? Because it's precious little. The latest aesthetic slang the la dies use when reproving their admir ing gentlemen friends is, "You flat ter too awfully perfectly much." It has get so now that the daily paper is gradualy usurping the place of the sewing circle as a disseminator ! of news. Lowell Citizen. What is the difference between an old tramp and a feather bed? There is a material difference. One 1 -LBere 19 a is har! UP and the other is soft down i &ornstown Herald. A 1 1.1 2 . Tl .?1J1 ; oouK-teeper ior a rnuaaei- phia plumber rendered a bill for SllOjnstead of SI. 10, and the debtor came in and said he would take his .solemn affidavit that the work wasn't worth a cent over bbU. "Colonel," said a man who want ed to make out a genealogical tree, "Colonel, how can I become thor oughly acquainted with ray family his tory?" "Simply by running for Con gress," answered the Colonel. When a man's hair stands on end, an ordinary person 6ays his hair stands; but j'ou can't get a doctor 10 talk it in that way. The doctor calls it horripilation. This makes the hair stick up worse than ever, but it gives the family confidence in the doctor. While an Idaho girl was sitting under a tree waiting for her lover, a grizzly bear came along, and, approach ing from behind, began to hug her. But she thought it was Tom, and she leaned back and enjoyed it heartily, and murmured "tighter," and it broke the bear all up, and he went away and hid in the forest for three days to get over his shame. A young nobleman in a frightful railway accident missed his Talet. One of the guards came up to him and said : " My Lord, we have found your servant, but he is cut in two." "Aw, is he ?" said the young man, with a Dundreary drawl, but with a trace of anxiety depicted on his countenance, "will you be good enough to see in which half he has got the key of my carpet bag" ? When Farmer Budge read that a bull painted by Rosa Bonheur sold for $2,000, he remarked to his wife that he didn't see how a coat of paint could so greatly enhance the animal, but if Rosa wouldn't charge more than ten dollars he would get her to paint his bull in the spring. And his economical wife replied that she thought he might paint it himself and save his ten dollars. The indica tions are now that the bull will be painted. Oscar's Opinion. Says the Chicago Herald of yester day : Oscar Wilde returned to Chi cago yesterday. The lecturer has been very successful,pecunJiarily, since leaving here, especia;y at St. Louis and Cincinnati, at both of which places he met crowded houses. At neither, however, did the receipts come up'to those of the night when he lectured in this city, although they were sat isfactorily large and the management has no cause to be dissatisfied. The reason why the proceeds of the lectures at these places s said to have been less than here is because those who flocked to see the apostle of culture were for the most part not willing to pay for the highest priced seats "I am glad to see you back in Chi cago," said the reporter, as he entered his presence. "I think that the readers of the Herald would be glad to read another interview with you. Have you returned here to lecture ?" "I shall lecture a second time in Chicago on next Saturday week" "You have been to St. Louis and Cincinati?" "Yes." "Did you like those places?" "Yes ; especialy Cincinati." A Monkey's Babies. About six months ago an admiring friend of Louis Seidler, the Southside ealoonsist, presented him with a pair of Marmosette monkeys. They are strange looking animals, and have al ways attracted attention. They are natives of Brazil, and are a cross be tween a- monkey and a squirrel, having the color and fur of the latter and the face of the former. In size they are between a small monkey and a large squirrel. They are very intelligent, and know Mr. S. very well. Sunday night the female gave birth to two little ones, one of which died, but the other is alive and healthy. Tiie mother cried bitterly for a while over the dead one, but soon recon ciled herself with the other. It is about the size of a mouse, ami is the joy and pride of the male. The female holds it and suckles it as a mother would a babe, but as soon as the little -one is satisfied the male takes it, and with wonderful expression of dignity, marches up and down the caere in a 1 manner that causea one to laugh in i spite oi nimseir. ! MS. LYOLA L PINKUM, OF LYM, MISS., LYDIA E. PINKHAIWS VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Ia a Positive Cure feral! llioie Painful Complaint and WtakuMM loremmon tnsurtirit feaaiilo popuIatli. It will cure entirely the worst funu of Female Com plaints, nil ovarlHntroubles.Inflanimatlon and Ulera tlon, Falling and Displacement, and tlio consequent Spinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to tas Change of life. It will disFnlre and expel tumor from the uteraaia aa early stago of development. Tlio tendency to caa cerouH humors there ia check ea Tery speedily hy Ita qh. It removes falntness, flatulency, destroyaall craving for stimulants, and relieves Keaknets of theetomach. It curei Dloatinjr, ITcadaches, Nervous TrostratloB, General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depreuioa and 2bU gestfon. That feellnf? of bearing down, cau?lnf pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by ita um. It will at all times and under all clrcumstancas act la harmony with thelawa that govern the female system. For tbo cure ofKIdney Complaints of either sex this Compound is unsurpassed. LYDIA. E. FIKKIIAWS VEGETABLE COM POUND is prepared at 233 and 33 Western Avenue, Lyu,Mass. Price L Six bottles for f. Sent by Ban lathe form of pills, also lathe foraa of lounges, a receipt of price, $1 per box for either, lira. Pinkhaai freely answers all letters of inquiry. Bead for paiya 1st. Address as above. Mention f Ms Taper. NofamHj should be without LYDIA E. PINKHAM1 LIVER, PILLS. They care constipation, billot aad torpidity of the liver. 36 cants per box. Said by all Draniata. TUTT'S PI LLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUHPH 0F THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Jjoss of appetiteNausea,boweIs costive. Pain in theHe&d.with adull sensation in the back part. Pain uner thehoiudHer blade, fullheaa after eating, witha disin clination to exertionof body or mincU Irritability of temper, .Low spirits. XiOss of memory, wittTa feeling of having neg lected some duty, weariness, Dizsdnesa, Flutte'rinVof the Heart, Dots before the eyes. Yellow Skin, Headache, Kestleaa ness at night, Highly colored Urine. IF THESE WARNIKGS ABE UNHEEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TUTT'S PTT.Tf.Snre especially adapted to such cases, one dose effects .such a change of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. They lacreMe the Appetite, and cause the body to Take en Flesh, thus the system is eHrltiel.and by the'rToiHc Artiaaon the Dlseati ve Organ. Ri,c:t.L:ir.,-?'-ol are pro duced. Price 25. cents. 35 Htur. ay St N.Y. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Gray ITAiKorWuiSKKRS changed to a Glossy Black hy u sitmlf-tpplimtiiui of this Dvk. It imparts u natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by rnic5t,rMT.t liv-xprfon rf."pi pf$I. Office, 35 Murray St., New York. Dr. TCTTS 3L U. U" V!rthU Information sad Cwfui Iltrrittlft Mill I- trail.! Htr - J Over 5000 Druggists AND Physicians Have Signed or Endorsed the Following Remarkable Document : XMar.8tjtrary k Johnson, IDmufmctnr in Chemists, 21 Piatt St., Kw York : Gatijmn : Tor the pastfwyrsw bar sjold arioo brands of Porous Plas ters, Physicians and the Public prefer Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster to all others, We consider them one of the Tery few reliable household remedies worthy of confidence. They axe superior to all other Porous Plasters or Liniments for BensorsCagcinohaster is a genuine Parmaceutical product, of the highest order of merit, and so reooimixed by 'physicians and druggists. When other remedies fail ret a Ben son's Capcine Plaster. You vill bo disappointed if you use cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Elec trical Elagnetic toys. A SURE KE.1IEHY AT IiAST. Pric25cta. MEAD'S Medicated CORN knd BUNION PLASTER. V DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S Ilk Blood Syrup. (trade ma UK-j Dyspepsia Liver Disease, Fever 6 A tju e9 xthcuma tism, Dvopsy9 Heart Disease. Biliousness, Xcruous Debility x etc The Best REMEDY KNOWN to Kan I ,GO,GCO Bottles SOL.fi NI.VCi: 3S70. 27t& Syrup pors Varied Properties. It Stimulate tho Ptyallne In the SaJlva, -which wnivcris the St:tr-h and Miliar- oi" the food Into ;!tUMiNi. A dcllcleurv Jn cvallnc cituv. Wind and Honrli: of the food'lu the s:om::'k. IT the uuUivi:ie in taken Inuucdi utely after eating the fenaeatutiua r rood l prevented. It at! upon the T.lver. It iii u upon the KlOiu-vit It Keaulafe (he ISowels If 1'tirlfius the lilood. It f?Iet the 2rvm: System. It lroantc Dlffetlun. It flariihr, Stifti-zthen nnd Jr Iforntc. It carrien oMTthe Old mood and makes new. It "pen the inre ot the aklasiad la duces Healthy Perspirutluo, Tt neutralizes tho hereditary taint, or poison in th Wood, which ponerates Scrofula. Erysipelas, and all nannerot akin diMaea and ini:ratl humor. ji here are noFptntsetupiojod in it.t.ia&nufactart.and t can he taken by tho no?t dciicato habo.o oy lam a?od and feeble, care e'y Uir.j nqulrol ituMjKion. ss Warsaw, Bknton, Co., Mo. I wlh to inform you of the facts of one of the most remarkable cure of Dropsy known in this country. I was afflicted for a number of years, and tried different doctors and various remedies, but all to no purpose. One doctor iaid I conld not live three weeks. I was advised to try some of Dr. Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup, which 1 did, and in a short time I was able to co to town aad call upon the doctor who said T could not live. It perfectly cured me. JOHN MILLER. YKROXA,;La WRKNCE, CO., MO. I was troubled for a long time with Kidney Disease, and also with Chills and Fever. I tried various remedies unsuccessfully for months. I then commenced taking Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Svrup, which has completely cured me. I am now as stout and health v as I ever was. WILLIAM WATSON. Bedford, Mo. I have used Dr. Clarke Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup for Chronic Disease, and have received great relief therefrom. H. CUMTON. Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood Syrup in every town or village, in which I have no Agent. Particulars given on applicatioa. DRUGGISTS SELL IT. Laboratory, 77 West 3rd St.. N. Y. City. s TAft l LING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim of youthful imprudence causing Prema tore Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc having tried in vain every known remedy, has dit ioven-d a rimplesclf cure, waich he will send FREI to his fcllow.Rufferars. address J. H. REEVE8- illSi PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. A perfect dress" mg, elegantly per- iiumed anil harm-1 J less. Removes jdandntfT. restores I natural color and prcven ts baldness j 1 1 arl $1 iiicatirurr t FLOESSTOX 'COLOGNE, An exqni'helr fn rant pcrfurv- w.:h I exrrpt mnal! y t utisg LSI i projvfiJW- 25 ani 75 cc&U. GINGER TONIC Aitiivrssratiitf Medicine that Never Intoxicates This delicious combination of Ginger. 15t:c!iu. Mandrake. StiilincLi.andnianv other of the best vegetable remedies known, cures ail disorders rf the bowels, stomach, liver, kulneys and lungs, &is Tkt In! art Sirest Cough Cure Ever Uses'. If you are sufiennK from Female Complaints, Nervousness, akcfulness. Rheumatism Dyspep sia, age or any disease or infirmity, take Parker's (linger Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body and give you new life and vigor. lOO DOLLABS Paid for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonic or for a failure to help or cure. ce ai timer ns aroc. Larc mtbz lieTar 1 She. SrsJ foe circular U Htcux Jc Co., ICSWmtN'.Y. CURES MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS From $22 to $900 Sold on Easy Payments, from $2,50 to $5 per Month, Just think of it! It is their proud distinction that they hare taken the highes awards at all World Fairs for the last Fourteen Years. No one who has ever owned a Mason & Hamlin Organ will be satisfied with am other kind. Will the public not learn a valuable lesson from this fact. Write or call for catologues with lowest nett prices, terms, etc. JOHN STARK, ll-27d&wyr 219 OHIO STREET. THE UNITED RINGS A 1 84 " i and Prices. Address D. LANDRETH & SONS. Philadelphia. fiHICMO PITTS! Forty-oereath season of the old reliable ! eajc FJtts SeBHumterm tho only first-class ApronMachi nc now in the market adapted for large sr email jodh. norseorsicam power; laeoniv Apron Ifachine that threshes and cleant tax and all grains tyeetiv. "(jfclcaur I'll W Double Pinion oMte1 Hsjrse Pi wers are the &ct ' the vorld BLACK HAWK A pronounced MHeces in 1881 ; lighten draft, fatt en and clenntat thresher in Krain, flax, and clover. Could not supply tho demand. Order early. The simplest and most durable machine in the market. TRACTION ENGINES The 1?lark ITawk Traction Steam Engine ie the bit Portable Engine in the world. With ion. - A 1 1 rjcpioxrr waicT-tiiDe oourr, no lodgimr of sediment. Tho inner surface iialitnya clean. "Water circulation is prrj'ert. It isabolutely ife. weiehs UJarly 2(XX) lbB les than any other of the same pize. It burns straw, coal, or wood, It irives more nower with lew iuei,anu absolutely no dunner from ejcnloirian- Circulars. H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. V and OS. Jefferson St. CHICACO, 42st PuPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OK TMh In the City ot Louisville, on Z FRIDAY MARCH 31, 1882. These drawings occur monthly (Sundays ex cepted) under provisions of an act of the Genera Assembly of Kentucky. The United States Circuit court on March 3: rendered the following decisions : 1st That the Commonwealth Distributio: Company ia legal. 2d Its drawings are fair. The company has now on hand a larg reserve fund. Read the list o( prizes for the MARCH DRAWING. 1 Prize .........S30.000 1 Prize 10,000 1 Prize .. 5,000 10 Prizes f 1,000... 10,000 20 Prizes 500... 10,000 100 Prizes loo...$10,oo 200 Prizes 10,00 600 Prizes 20... 12,00 1000 Prizes 10... 10,0( 9 Prizes f200 each, approximation pnze......?2,70 9 Prizes 200 " l,80 9 Prizes 100 " 90 1,960 Prizes, 1112,40- Whole ticket, f2. Half ticket, 51. 27 tickets, 550. 55 tickets, 3100. Remit money or bank draft in letter, or send b; expres. Don't send hy registered letter or post office order. Orders of $5 and upwards, bj express, can be sent at our expense Address all orders to R. M. BOARDMAN.Coune: Journal Building. Louisv4lle. Kv., or R. M. BOA RDM AN. 309 KronwRv Npw York NEURALGIA. It ha3 1m" u UNserteil that the most inveterate nise f neuralgia are cured by Fellows Syrup of Hypophosphiirc. Not only is the principal d -eiiKe eridicated, but the patient made vicorous andatnmp: the Mourn li. the blood, the skin b--comes htttlthy, ami he obtains new lase of en Jo able life. The only satisfacto y treatment of neuralgia is by strengthening the nervous s-ystem A person with strong nerves neve Mitllrs from this dtse:tse. The virtues of Fellows Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites are such that other remedies are seldom mjuip 1- The demand forIIypophosphites?nd other Phos phorus preparation at the present dav is largely owing to the gMi eftctsJ and succets following the introduction of th s article in the Tuitetl .States. IMPORTANT. Should the iavalid have any difficulty in procur ng the Compound Syrup n "his vicinity let him not le nut otf with any other remeiy, because this article hah not its equal in the diseases for which it is recommended. NOTE He suspicious of persons who recommend any other article as "just as good.' The highest class of medical men in eveiy large city, where it it is know recommend it. For sale by all druggists. STATES MAIL SEED STORE To every man's door. If our SEEDS are not sold in your lj jj town, drop usa Postal Card for Handsome Illustrated Catalogue IRON BITTERS BROWN'S IRON BITTERS certain care for all disei requiring a complete tonic; espe cially Ind igestioa, Dyspepsia, Inter mittent Fevers, Want ot Appetite, Jjoss of Strength, Lack: of Energy, etc. Enriches the blood, strength ens the muscles, and gives new life to the nerves. Acts like m charm on the digestive organs removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Drag gists at $1.00 a bottle. BROWN CHEJIICAIi CO. Baltimore, Md. See that all Irtn Bitten are made by Bmoww ( Co. aad have crowed red line and trade mark am BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Lucy S. Swan (unmarried), bv her cer tain deed of tru.st, dated March 18, 1881, and re curded iu the recorder's oliice, Pettis county, Mis souri, in book '0 of trust deeds, on pages TM and conveyed to the undersigned, as trustee, the following described real estate, lying and being iu the city of Sedaliu, Pettis county, Missouri, to-wit: Loth one (1) and two (2) at d three (3), in block nine in Kilter's addition to Sedalia. Which said, conveyance was made in trust to secure the pay ment of a certain promissory note, in s.tid trust deed fully desi ribed ; and whereas, it is further provided in said deed that if the said Lucy S. Swan should f:il to pay the interest on said n-te semi annually when due, or should fail to build a house on said r al estate worth at leas-t $150, and a fence on the north and west sides of the same and to in sure said property for two years in the sum of $100 fr the beneht of the holder of said note, then th whole of said note should become immediately due and payable. And whereas the, first installment of semiannual interest remains due and unpaid on said note, and the said L cy S. Swan has failed to build the said house and the said fence, or to in sure said property for the benefit of the holder of said note. Wherefore said note has become due and payable and remains unpaid. Now,therefore, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and in pur suance of the terms of said deed of trust, publ e notice is hereby given that the undersigned trustee will, oa TliUKSDAY, TIIE 30th DAY OF MARCH, A. I 18S2, between the hours of ten o'clock in the foreaeoa. and five o'clock in the afternoon of said daj , at tie court house door, in the city of Sedalia, County of Pett and State of Missouri, proceed to sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, the above descriled premises, to pay said note and ia terest, together with the costs and expenses of exe cuting this trust. J.W.CONNER, 3-7w3t. Trustee. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OF MISSOURI, COUNT V Of PETTIS. ss. In the Circuit 'Court of Pettis County, Januanr Term, 1882. G A. Eckerly and Paul Wack, com prising the firm of Eckerly Bros. A Co., Plaintiffs, vs. L. A. Bitiinger and Charles Bittinger, deienet ants. Now, at this day come the plaintiffs herein, by their attorney, and file their petition and affidavit, alleging, among other things, that defendants ar not residents of the state of Missouri. Whereupon it is ordered by the court that said defendants be notified by pub lication that plaintiffs have commenced a suit against them in this court, theibject and general nature of which is to enforce an attachment levied against their property ; and unless the said defend ants, L. A. Bittinger and Charles Bittinger, be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house, in the city of Sedalia, in said county, on the first Monday of May next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, if the term shall so long continue, 'and if not, then on or before the last day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed and judgment will be rendered accordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof be published, acccord ingto law, in the .Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, a newspa per printed and published in Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, for four weeks successively, the last in sertion whereof shall be at least four weeks before the eommeucmeut of the said May term of this court. Attest : B II. INGRAM, Circuit Clerk. M. F. AniY,D. C. Henry U Sinnet, plaintiffs' attorney. 3-7w4t. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OF MISSOURI, ) fot'NTY of I'lrrns. ) In the Circuit nun of Pettis Count v, January Term, is2. Margaret Balliett, Frank RaJlictt, Malinda IJulIiett, and her husband, Francis E. E. Balliett, Eliza Andrews ami her husband, George Andrew, Jo.eph Bailiett, Adam Balliett, Amanda. Cole, ami her husband, Henry Cole, and Lydia Balliett, plaintiffs, vs. Jacob lialliett, Heurv Bal liett, Leonard Balliett, Mary Balliett, Elias Ball iett, Hettie Staman, ami her husband, Johu Staman, .Manuel Balliett, Lewis Balliett, Solomon S Balliett. Hannah K:uey, and her husband, Chri tian Kagey, defendants. Now, at this day come the plaintiffs herein, by their attorneys and file their petition and affidavit, al eging, among other things, that defendants are not residents of the state of Missouri. Whereupon it is ordered by the court that said defendants be notified by publication that plaintiffs have com menced a suit against them in this court, the object and general nature of which is to partition the fol lowing described real estate, tdtuate in the county of Pettis, Missouri, to-wit: The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, and six and acres of the north side of the southeast quarter of the south west quarter, and the north half of the southeast quarter, and thirteen and one-third acres of the north side of the south half of the southwest quarter, of section twenty, in townshin forty-four, range twenty-one, and unless the said defendants be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house, in the city of Sedalia, in said county, on the first Monday of May next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, if the term shall so long con tinue and if not, then on or before the last day of said term answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken asconfessed, and judg ment will be rendered accordingly . And it is further ordered that a copy hereof be published, according to Jaw, in the Sedalia Weekly Bazoo a newspaper printed and published iu Sedalia," Pettis county, Missouri for four weeks successively, the last insertion whereof shall be atjleast four weeks before the commencement of the said May term of this court. Atte. B. II. INGRAM, Circuit Clerk. M. F. Athy, D. C. Houston A Bothwell plaintiffs' attorneys. 3-7w4t NOTICE OF ASSIGNEE'S APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. In Re. W. R. Thomas A Co., Assignment for bene fit of Creditors : All whom it may concern are hereby notified that the undersigned assignee of the estate of W. R. Thomas A Co. will apply to the circuit court of Pet tes county, Mtsouri, on the first day of the next term thereof, to begun and hobb-if at. the court house, in the city ot Sedalia, in said Pettis county, on the first Monday in May, 1SS2, or as soon there after as counsel can be heard, for a discharge from, tht trust imposed bv said assignment. 2-:t-w;t B. G. W I LK ERSON, Assignee. V -n VifTtpcTCuyaxtiome. ivnnipirt worm fA