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TELLIQENCEB, SATURDAY, AUOTbl WwMfi intelligencer, Olllclut Iwanlf Paper. A deduction of 60 cents will bo made if paid gtriotly In advance fur a run year. Alkx. A. Listjetjr. - editor the flesh and the devil." Thero are Christians who In three or four weeks In suoh a plaoe have had Buch terrible rents made In their Christian robe that they had to Veep darning it until Christmas to get it mended! The health of a great many people makes an annual islt to the springs an absolute necos- ,.,f takn tour Bible along wim Ethah Aixkm . Business Mamaqsb. Cibcuit Couax rirsl Mondays of April, Au(ul and December. CaiMiifAL Coubt First Monday of March and second Monday of October. Pkobatb Coobt Seoond Mondays o( Feb ruary, May, August and November. Count Coukt Kirst Monday In each month. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. RTATK TICKET. --'-'v . : !"" Wl'Wm JUDGE. ' of Randolph' t'-osuly . FOB nAILBOAD COHU1SSIONBB, K. A. HICKMAN. of kllssisslppl County. rOI CONUBK48, JOiN C. TAKSNKY, ol Jackson County. COVNTV TICKKT. VOB BBFBBSSIITATIVB. JONAS T. FKUUUHON. roa raoascuTina attobrbt, WIIXIAM AUL.L. rontHBmrr, CHAELKS 8. MITCI1KLL. ron COLLBCTOB, JOUN U. WORTIUNUTON. FOB TKBAKOBBB, JAMKS R. D1LLARD. FOB CIBCI11T CLBBg, CUARLKS L. KW1NU. FOB COUNT CLBHK, SAMUEL J. ANDREW. FOB BBCOBDBB, CHARLES C. WALLACE. FOB AWIIWOI, JOHN WALKER. . . . i FOB JUDCIB OF MOB ATS, " WILLIAM TOUNQ. fob mbsidiho judob, JOSEPH F. SMITH. FOR COUNTY JUDOB. Western Ulatrlct-RALPH 8. ANDREWS. JCaatern Dlatrlct HERMAN H. ELL1NO. FOB OOBXtNBB, I. JAMBH H. 8TRAUOUN. FOB COKSTABLB. Arch Gillespie. George Evana. ,...H. Hookeunnltb, F. Kulek Thomas Young ...W. Soott Thomas, ....J. A. Fulkrrn , II. Kelly Clay Township Davis Township Dover Township freedom Township.. Lexington Township, ktldtilrtna Township. HnUs.Uar Township Washington Township A. JUSTICB OF TBB FBACB. Two to elect. .Thoroaa F4. i:ntnn. C. J Miller. f. E. Rsglaml. Clsy Townanip Davis Township Dover Township freedom Township Lexington Township.... lllddlelon Township.... Sui-a-Bsr Township... Washington Township.. W. 8. DorolllBser. J. Ilarwood. J. Tompktus. Henry Miller. James Hook . .. John Hill J. X. Uoodwiu. R. T. Kussell- J. Phillips. ,..J W. White Robrrt Mslhrws. A TIMELY TOPIC. Dr. Talmasr on the Follies , of Summer Resorts. '-; ' Brlla Barronndlns; the rashlonabto Water ing Places-Piety Too Often Left a -Home By the Visitors Frivol ities and rolUes Exposed. In a late sermon at Brooklyn Ber. T. DeWltt TSlmage dlsooursed upon the use and abuse of summer resorts. His text was Mark 0, 81: "Come ye your selves apart Into a desert place and rest awhile." He said: Here Christ advises His apostles to take a vacation. They have been living en ezoitod as well as a useful life, and . he advises that they get out into the country. I am glad that (or longer or shorter time multitudes of our people will have summer vacation. The rail way trains are being laden with passen gers and baggage on their way to the mountains and the seashore. Multi tudes of our citizens are packing their trunks for a restorative absence. ' The city heats are pursuing the peo ple with torch and fear of sunstroke. The long silent . halls of sumptuous hotels ere all abuss with excited ar rivals. The crystalline surface of Win neporoo W shattered wltbr CLw stroko. ' of steamer laden with excursionists. The antler of Adirondack deer rattle under the shot of olty sportsmen. The' trout make fatal snaps at the hook of adroit sportsmen and toss their spotted brilliance into the game basket Al ready the baton of the orchestral leader taps the music stand on the hotel green, end Amerioan life puts on festal array, and the rumbling of the ten-pin alley, and the crack of the Ivory balls on the green balsed billiard tables, and the Jolting of the barroom goblets, and the explosive nncorklng of champagne bot tles, and the whirl and the rustle of the ball room dance, end the clattering hoofs of the race courses attest that the season for the great Amerioan water ing places is fairly Inaugurated. Glad I am that fagged out American life for the most part will have an op portunity to rest, and that nerves racked end destroyed will find e Bethesda. I believe in watering places. Let not the commercial . firm begrudge the clerk, or the employer the Journeyman, or the patient the physician, or the church Its pastor, a season of Inoccupation. The busy Christ said to the busy apostles: "Come ye apart awhile Into the desert end rest yourselves." And I have ob served that they who do not know how to rest do not know how to work. But I have to declare this truth to day, that some of our fashionable water ing plaoes are the temporal and eternal destruction of "a multitude that no man oan number," and amid the congratula tions of this season and the prospect of the doparture of many of you for the country I must utter a note of warning plain, earnest and unmlstakle. The first temptation that Is apt to hover in this direction Is to leave your piety all at home. You will send the dog and cat and oanary bird to be well eared for somewhere olse, but the temp tation will be to leave your religion In the room with blinds down and the door bolted, and then you wlM come back in the autumn to find that It is starved and suffocated, lying stretched on the rug stark dead. There is no surplus of piety in the watering places. I never knew any one to grow very rapidly in grace at the fashionable summer resort It is generally the case that the Sab bath is moro of a carousal than any other day. .... Elders and deacons and ministers of religion, who are entirely consistent st home, some times when the Sabbath dawns on them at Niagara Falls or the White mountains take the day to them selves. If they go to church, it is apt to be a saored parade, and the discourse, instead of being a plain talk about the soul, is apt to be what is called a oraok ermon that In, some discourse thst Is pioked out of the effusions of the year as the one most adapted to excite ad miration; and in those churches, from the way the ladles hold their fans, yon know they are not half so much im pressed with the heat as with the pletur ssqueness of half disclosed features. Four puny souls stand in the organ loft and squall a tune that nobody knows, and worshipers, with two thousand dollars' worth of" diamonds on the right hand, drop e cent into the poor box, and then the benediction is pronounced and the fsroe Is ended. The elr Is bewitched with "the world. you, and take an hour lor secret prayer every day, though you be surrounded by guffaw and saturnalia. This may be your last summer. If so make it a fit vestibule of Heaven. . Another temptation around nearly all our watering plaoes is the horse-racing business. We all admire the horse. There needs to be a redistribution of ooronets among the brute creation. For ages the lion has been called the king f twat. I knock off its coronet and put the orown upon the horse, in every way nobler, whether In shape or spirit or sagacity or intelligence or affection or usefulness. : Job sets tort his strengtn, nis oeau ty, his majesty, the panting of his nos trils, the pawing of his hoof, and his enthusiasm for the battle. What Rosa Bonheur did for cattle, and what Land seer did for the dog. Job, with mightier penoll, does for the horse. Eighty-eight times does the Bible speak of him. Ho comes into every kingly possession, and into every great occasion and into every triumph. It is very evident that Job and David fend Isaiah and Ezeklel and Jeremiah and John were very fond ot the horse. He eame into much of their imagery. A red horse that meant war; e black horse that meant famine; a pale horse that meant death; a white hnMA that meant victory. As the Bible makes a favorite of the horse, the patriarch and prophet ana the evangelist and the apostle, stroking his sleek hide and patting his rounded neck and tsnderlr llft.ng hlsexqnlsitely formed hoof, and listening with a thrill to the champ of his bit so all great natures in all ages have spoken of him in ecomlastlo terms. But we do not think that the speed of the horse should be oultured at the ex- Dense of human degradation. Horse raoes of olden times were under the ban ot Christian seonle, and in our day the same institution has come up under fic titious names and it is called a "Sum mer meeting," almost suggestive of positive religious exercises. And it is oalled an "Agricultural fair," sugges tive of everything that Is improving in the art of farming. But under these deceptive titles are the same cheating and the same betting the same drunk enness and the same vagabondage and the same abominations that were to be found under the old horse racing system. I never knew e man yet who oould give himself to the pleasures of the turf for a long reach of time and not be bat tered in morals. They hook np their spanking team and put on their sport lniroao and Ilirht their eigar and take the reins and dash down tbo road to perdition. The great day at Saratoga and Long Branoh end Cape May, and nearly all the other watering places is the day of the races. The noteia are thronged, nearly every kind of equipage is taken up at an almost fabulous price, and there ere many respeotable people mlntrling with Jockeys, and gamblers, and libertines, and foul mouthed men and flashy women. The bartender stirs up the brandy smash. The bet runs high The sreenhorns, supposing' all is fair. put in their money soon enough to lose it Three weeks before the race takes plaoe the" struggle Is decided and the men in the secret know on which steed to bet their money. The two men on the horses riding around long before ar range who shell be heat . Loaning from the Stand', or from the carries are men end -' women so ab sorbed in the struggle 6f bone and muscle and mettle that they make a grand harvest for the pickpockets, who carry off the pocket books end porte- monnalea. - t . Ah, my friends,' have nothing to do with horse racing dissipations this sum mer. Long ago . the English Govern ment trot through looking to the turf for the dragoon and light cavalry horse. They found the .-turf, lepreolates the stock: and it i yet worse for men. Thomas Hughes, the member of Parlia ment and the author, known all the world over, hearing that e new turf en terprise was being started in this coun try, wrote a letter, in which he said: "Heaven help yotk then; for ot all tho cankers of our old civilization there is nothlncr in this "country approaching in unblushing meanness, in rascality hold ing its bead high,, to this belauded in stitution of the British turf. I tco further, and speak of anothor temptation that hovers over tho water ing plaoes; and this is the temptation to sacrifice physios! strength. . The modern Bethesda was meant to resupeiv ate the physical, heal thandyet how many come from the watering: places. their health absolutely destroyed! New York and Brooklyn idiots boasting of having imbibed twenty glasses ot con great wster before breakfast Families accustomed . to going to bed at ten o'clock at night, gossiping until- one or two o'clock in the morning. Dyspep tics, usually very cautious about theirl health, mingling ioe creams and lemonsf and lobster salads and cocoa nuts until1 the gastrlo juices lift up all their voices of lamentation and protest Delicate women and brainless young men chas- seslng themselves into vertigo and cat alepsy. Thousands of men and women coming back from our watering .places in the autumn with the foundations laid tor aliments that will lssttbem all their lifelong. Another temptation hovering around the watering place is to the formation of hasty end life-long alliances. The watering plaoes are responsible for moro ot the domestio infelicities of this coun try than all the other things combined. Society is so artificial there that no sure Judgment of character can be formed Those who form companionships amid such olroumakanoes go Into a lottery where there are twenty blanks to one prise. In the -severe tug of life you want more than glitter end splash. Life is not a ball room where the music decides the step, and bow and prance and graceful swing of long trail can make up for strong common sense, -' You nay as well go among the gaily-painted yachts of a summer regatta to find war vessels as to go among the light spray of the summer watering place to find character that oan stand the test of the great struggle ot human life. ..If there is any mania the community that excites the contempt of every man and woman, H is the soft-handed, soft beaded fop, who, perfumed until the air is actually sick, spends his summer in taking killing attitudes, and waving sentimental edless, ; end talking in finitesimal nothings) and finding his heaven in the set of lavender kid glove. Boots as tight as an inquisition, two hours of consummate skill exhibited in the tie of a flaming cravat, his conversa tion made up of "Ah's" and "O's" and "He-bee's." It would take BOO of them stewed down to make a teaspoonful of calves' foot Jelly. There is only the counterpart to such a man as that and that is the frothy young woman at the watering place, her conversation made up of French moonshine; wbst she has on her head only equaled by what she has on her back; useless ever since she was born, and to be useless until she is dead; and what they will do with her in the next world I of the boy hawking books through the cars. I ri-ally btilievo thero is moro pestiferous trash rend anion tho Intel ligent classes In July and August than in all the other ton months of the year. Men and womnn who at homo would not be satisfied with a book that was not really sensible, I f on nil silting on hotel piazzas or under tho treeH reading books the Index of which would make thnm blush If they knew that you knew what the book was. I Would it not be an awful thing for you to be struck by lightning some day when you had in your hand onoof those paper-covered romances tho heroaia- ' rlsian ruo, tho heroine an unprincipled flirt chapters In the book that you 1 would not read to your children at the rate of $100 a line! Throw out that stuff from your Hummer hag-gage. Are there not good books that are easy to read books of congenial History, docks oi pure fun, books of poetry ringing with morry canto, books of fine engravings, hooks that will rest the mind as well as purify the heart and elevate the whole life? Mv hearers, thore will not bo an hour between this and tho day of your . death when you can afford to read a book lacking In moral principle. t Another temptation hovering arouna our watering places is the intoxicating beverage. I am told that it is becoming more and more fashionablo for women to drink. mil dress. If she has taken wine to Hush lier clioeK anu put on her eyes, she Is intoxicated. She may be handed Into a 8'J,500 carriage, and have diamonds enougn w th Tlffanvs she is intoxicatod. THE ARIZONA KICKER. Items from the l.mat Issue of That Knter- prlalnx Weaturn Nlieet. t A Quk.kk 1'HorKKMNo. Tho othor night soino of the boys came around anil routod us out of bed at midnight to go over and sno 'em hang 1'eto Smith. Peto Is tho chap who killed Colouel Williams in a saloon row last fall, and who has hail a shot at soveral other j eminent citizens, lucludlng ourself. For the last two weeks ho has been running tho town, and his refusal to take a hint resulted in his being waited on by the i vigilance committee. J We reached tho grounds to find I'eto standing on a barrel with a rope around his nock. Ho knew his tlmo had come, and was ready to die game, but no sooner did he learn of our prosonco In the crowd than he began to protest and object and demand that we be run Into tho scrub. We called his attention to the fact that ho had had two shots at us at close range, and that wo were tho ' only party on tho ground who could dish up his obituary in good Knirlish, hut tho ' ungrateful rough kept on kicking and ' would not even argue tho case. I A man In thiscountrycan'thavo every thing ho wants, no matter how big a ' bluffer ho is, and when It was soen how unreasonable 1'eto was tho boys wont ahead with tho hanging Just tho same, and Mr. Smith won't sail around our I care not how well a woman ' streets wnn a gun on .,am. ...p .o. enough of moons locomo. hu vo buoh nomu iuom luings out nere, mil mo nuia ui ui.n like I'oto Smith objecting to a man llko us seeing him dropoff a barrel rather caps the climax. We are charitable &he enough to beliovo ho was a littloolf. A Canabk. Tho story in certain Chi cago papers that the editor of the Klckor runs a faro room in connection with tho newspaper bears tho ear-marks ot our joalous-pated contemporary. There Isn't a word of truth in it It was suggestod by Colonel Kane about a month ago that we give up a portion of our office space during the evening to a poker club of whiob we aro president end we cheerfully adopted the suggestion, and a game is on every night from seven to eleven, but poker iBn't faro not by a long shot Our enemies will gain nothing by clroulat intr suoh absurd stories about our char acter. He Struck a Snao On tho first day of April we started Indian Dick out of town to see how quick he could make a journey around the world. To tell the honest truth, we hadn't over a ton of confidence in Dick, but he had so much ambition that we gave him a dollar and a half and told him to draw on us lor some more when he reached Yokohama. The other day we beard of him up at Overton's ranch, only twenty miles away, and that he bad been there ever since the 3d of April. It seemed that he was doing bravely on his trip until he struck Overton's, where an Eastern genius is making some sort of whisky out of cactus roots. The llrst taste of that liquor nailed Dick right to the spot, and be hasn't moved ten roas since. Under these circumstances all bets are declared off, and ell guosses have been turned loose in the back ysrd to shift for themselves. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. may be a graduate ot a groat institute, and the daughter of some man In danger of beintr nominated for the Presidency she is drunk. You may have a larger vocabulary than I have, and you may say In regard to her tnat sue is vlvlal" or she Is "merry," or sne is ies tlvo," or she Is "exhilarated," but you cannot with all your garlands of verb iage cover up tho plain fact that it is an old fashioned case of arunic Now, tho watering places are lull ox temptations to men and women vo tipple. At tho close of the ten-pin or billiard game they tlpplo. At the close of the cotillon they tipplo. Seated on the piazza cooling themselves on: tuoy tipple. The tinged glasses como arouuu. with bright straws and they tipple. First they take "light wines" as they call them; but "light wines" are noavy enough to dobase tho appetite. There is not a verv lonir road Dotweon cnam- palgnat $5 per bottle, and whisky at flve cents per glass. Satan has three or four grades aown which he takes men to destruction. One man he takes up and through one spree pitohes hlra into eternal darkness. That is a rare caso. Very seldom, in deed, can you find a man who will be such a fool as that When a man goes down to destruction Satan brings him .to a piano. It is almost a level. ne depression Is so slight mat you c ihardly see It The man does not ac tually know that he Is on the down grade, and slips only a little towara darkness just a littlo. And the first mile It Is claret ana tne second mile it is sherry, and tho third. mile it is punch, and the fourth mile It is alB. and the fifth mile if is porter, and the sixth mile It Is brandy, and then it gets steeper and steeper and the man gets frightened and says, "O, let mo off!" "No." savs the conductor, "this Is an express train, and it does not stop until it gets to the grand central station kt Bmasbuptown." I Mv frinnds. whether vou tarry at home which will be quite as safe and oeruaps quite as comfortable or go in to the country, arm yourself against temptation. The grace of Uod. is the nnW safe shelter, whether In town or country. There are watering places ac cessible to all of us. You can not open book of the Bible without finding out some such watering piace. rouniamn open for sin and unclean! mesa; wells of salvations streams irom i,ouanon; a flood struck out of the rock by Moses; fountains in the wlldornees discovered by Iisgar; water to drink and water to bathe In; the river of Uod, which is full of water; water of which if a man drink he shall nevor thirst; wells of water in the valley of Baca; living fountains of waters a pure river or water clear as crvstal from under the throne of God. These are watering places accessiute to all of us. We do not have a labori ous packing up before we start only the throwing away of vur transgressions. No expensive hotel bills to pay; it is "without money and without price." No long and dirty travel before we get there; it is only one step away. In Cal ifornia in five minutes I walked around and saw ten fountains all bubbling up, and. they were ell different And in five minutes I can go through this Bible parterre and find you fifty bright spark ling fountains bubbling up into eternal life. A chemist will go to one of these sum mer watering places and take the water and analyze it and toll you it contains so much of iron, and so much of soda, and so much of lime, and so much of magnes'a. I come to this Gospel well, this living fountain and analyze the water, end I find that its ingredients are peace, pardon, forgiveness, hope, comfort, life. Heaven. ''Ho, eyery one that thirstest, come ye" to this watey ing place. i Crowd around this Bethesda to-day! O, you sick, you lame, you troubled, you dying crowd around this Bethesda! Step in it! O, step in it! The angel of the covenant to-day stirs the water, why do you not step In it? Some of you are too weak to take a step in that di rection. Then we take you up in the arms of our closing prayer and plunge you clean under the wave, hoping that the cure may be as sudden as with Cp tain Naaman, who, blotched and car bunded, stepped into tho Jordan, and after the seventh dive came up, his skin roseate and complexloned as the flesh ot a little child. Dbawino thk Link Major Atwood, of Tombstone, carae down the other day to ask a great favor of us. He wanted us to give him one of the bodios out of our private grayoyara as a siartor n establishing one of bis own. While tho Major has been our friend from first to last and while he always had a dollar for us in tho old days when wo wore hard up, we must draw the line some where. He can have our shirt our rab bit's foot our druam book or our fine comb, but friendship ceases whon be ap proaches tho grave-yard which we have been at so much pains and exponso to fit up and make a feature of (his section of the country. Don't Stop Him Last week we en gaged a new arrival from tho East to act as local editor of the Klckor. lie as sured us that his name was Barlow aqd that he was a close follower in tho foot steps of Horace Greeloy. After twenty four hours trial ho got tight, stolo our Sundav boots, troubled a mule and lit out toward sundown. Don't stop him on our account The owner of thewUo may went to fee him, but we don't Those boots oost us i'i. but if Mr. Barlow will only kcop way we shall consider it a good bargain, lie is atout tho twenijoin disciple of Greeley, Bennett or Ray mond we have K)od In tlie last year, and we are tirod very tired. J)etrolt Free Press, Ho "Is not that a flre-Hy over yon der tree?" She (wearied) -"No; it's the morning star, I should imagine. " Harper's Kuzar. Even niisfoituno is not always un fortunate. A man with a bad breath never has to elbow his way through a crowd. Bain's Horn. The young man Just out of school advertises for a "position;" but after six months of hustling he is mighty glad to get a "job."---Puck. Mr. Kipps "That medicine I took this morning makes mo feel liko another man." Mrs. Ilipps - "Well, I hope to goodness you are. It Is time." Epoch. Is getting caught unhealthy, Mam ma? asked tho littlo tish. "Not always, my son. I've known several of our trlbo who Increased fifty per cent in weight after they had been caught." Jury. Khe "Isn't it a nuisance? I can't see anybody on the stage. I'm so short sighted." lie "Why don't you use the opera-glasses?" She "How can I? 1 forgot to put on my diamond bracelet" Jury. Mr. Rich folio "How pretty Miss Boautl looks to-night." Rival Belle "Yes. How miserably poor tho electrio lights have bocome lately. Thoy are dimmer than gas." N. Y. Weekly. "How," said Mrs. Newrich, "can we make tho Invitations to our balls par ticularly Htylish?" "I'll toll you," an swered her husband, "instead of putting two-cent stamps on thom wo'll put ten- centers, eh?" Philadelphia Times. It is said to be hard sometimes to distinguish between the effects of dyspepsia and religion; sometimes it is equally hard to toll whether a young man is suffering from indigestion or from disappointment in lovo. Soiner ville Journal. As a curious Itoin of information to those athirst for knowledge it may bo montionod that man Is the only animal that eats cloves and lemon peel. He does not liko either, but in that spirit of Bacriflco peculiar to him he does it for bis wife's sake. Philadel phia Times. Wife "You do not speak to me as affection atolv as you used, to George. I think you have ceased to love me." Husband "There, you are again! Ceased to lovo you! Why, I love you bettor than my life. Now shut up and lot me read my papor." Boston Cour ier. Mrs. Michigan Avenue (of Chicago) "I would like you to engrave my coat of arms on tho seal of this ring." Jeweler "Yes, madam. What does It consist of?" Mrs. Michigan Avenue "Ah! I leave the selection entirely to you; only put a lot of Hons in it and a charming dragon or two." Jeweler's Circular. Dignified Citizen "No, sir- I csn't understand this taste tor circuses. Look at the crowds that have gathered this morning to see the tswdry parade." Bystander "Yes, and you know it isn't coming down this street The line of march has been changed." Dignified Citizen ''You don't say, and bore I've been standing an hour. It is an outragel Which street is itcomlngdown? Tbaijksl I'll just get there in time." America. A good deal of energy is fooled wy in getting up statistics that never do anybody any good. As, for examplo, think of the amount of figuring neces sary to mako known tho fact that there Is one lawn-mower in this country for each thirty-seven persons, when you found it out long ago without putting a pencil to paper, if you have a machine of your own and Hvo in a neighborhood where grass abounds. Ham's Horn, A SCROFULOUS BOY tunning onn Covered o"V and Iliad. HB . fleeted. ured by liullcnra Hemediea. When six nmntlia ..m7ih "' .""'v!.rC tie Kraml.. b tran to swell, ' "' a,.,rurii.; ol a lame Loll. We p.nil d I . J all I., i,.. purpnae About live iiii.iillia ''" " u. came a running aore .. r.iwl' ' l hem on earli tiuinl. ami u hia blooil became moif ni more iimuire. il lk b.i lime for IIm iii I" break out. A "ore came tlie "'" beneallnliK under li. wlin-li wax verv ullellHlve 1 1 la head wuh one ""Inl acuii, illae.haiKliiK Kr,'!-t ''" , Tills wu lux ' Imon i twe.iily-lw inoiilloi lil. hi I iiiiiierlnok Hie ! re il I. mi. Ille mollier bavin died when lie w" .. . ......ui.i,iif inn i irroiinii. re iiiwii a yer mi, ... .. . ol l-ourae). He uolllil WulK a llllle. fill '"'' not el li. il lie lei! down, ami l oubl not m ' h. n in Led, Iihviiik mi life ol IdMhamii i nn- i .l oilli in. I unt llKA Ukmk- u u rreeiv. One aore alier iinoi hi r neaiiii. a nony niuiier iimnm nuts r n.iuu.u.v ai'iut ovvKUKit i.v sun-i.va .ii.h hia'ks. A $45 SEWING MACHINE FOR $15 Including Ono Year's Subscription to this Paper. We hve niml.' hih-Ii Hrrut.i'im-iHn a nall H uh to wll't-r On- l.hii.tif!o SING Eli SKiVIJSd MA VII I NHS Al lower nil' n III"" evi r I" 'lore l"i a K""" "' III. lolvn: erti-h one el Iheae live deep onea Jilal Lelore in aim, wun.u IV looae iin.i " ' One ol Iheee would llnallv izruw l..... l.u.. ....... 1.1 haul .MllilllV ualy Lone rormaliona i iireaerved. Aller "( a o.en anil a nail noiuea nt- e.ure.1. anil la row, at the ae ol bix yearn, it lro..K anil heallhy el.ll.K lltJ)is, May II. iHSTi. 1112 K.CIiiy HI , IHiMiiiunmon.lM My Kiaiiduon remain ierler.lly well. NoMiitna nl ni-rulul ami no miiei. Miih. K. H. HI!l(illH, Peb. 7, IHWI. lllooiiiinKion. Cuticura Resolvent The new Itlood 1'iirllL-r, Internally, (to cleanup the Llimil ol all uni'iiriliea anil immnnoim ele ments ami tllUH leniove Hie eauai-i , uiiii u'u ctiKA.Ihe ureal Skin t:nre, anil t inn mi . Sor, an exiiiinlle Haiti liraiiUller. exU-rmillV. " clear the akin and sculp, ami restore Hie hail I, cure every disease ami humor ol me sain ami bluott, from plniilL-4 to arrolula. Sold everywhere. Trier, t'lTn iika. Wic; 8oai r.C IUnol.vr.NT, SI Prepared bv Hie POTTltK 11HIIO AND CIIKMICAI. OIII'OllATION , HflKlOII. . tJ-Send for "How to Dure Blood IMseuHes." Dl DV'C skin Scalp purilled and beam died DAD I hy OunoiiKA Soap. Absolutely pure. I i l and we oiler olu les ol Ibe llii.'ei l di nleil l.ulviilllH. 'Una iiiue.liine is iiunL ulii-r llu- Isii hl models ol Hie HiniM'l' llliieltHM'-. un I Is u e I'leel l:ie Hiiniie In ntniie, ornmiM ld 'l;on uml ..ppwirum-e. All Hie pur s :il ade In K;iliiv ex.ie'ly Ihe hiiine as Ibe Sli.-i uml are fonslim led ol pre cisely I he saiiie m il' i mis Tlie Illni4.nl eiile I' eeirim-d 111 Ilie M-lt-elli'h ol Hie Ilielills H i d. "lid only Hie M l V besi iillul- il y ia pnri-lmsi-d Kin li m-u-tiim it- il.w-n.'li v well linnle mid is lilted Willi linv III - iim i-iv ami ekai-lm ss. uml no mse.lilui' in M innlli-d L Hie 111 peelor lo o oill ol Ilie i.tio-i iinlll il I1.1- been III ly lesleil uml pi ovi-d lo do perl, el work, ami run Iik'u 'ind wniioiii mnic. 'Ilie l.'lil'.it!o Sniper M:ie:iliie Iiih it verVllli norlunl Hi.liioveliieiil in a l.o,is.- I.ilsm-e Wheel, so cnni-leiieed us lo permit wiimIdik Loldiins UMlluoil relnovlm llil H ol k Irom I lie Inllrhllie. T.ie Luose Ituluiiee V heel is actiniied liv solid Loll piiHsinji through a collar securely pinned lo the shall mils. ib- ol Ihe liulunee heel. Inch Loll Is li mil V held to position Ly u alronK spiral .i.rniir. Whi n the bullion is w ihe boll is pulled ,1111 lur eniiiiiin to release the balance uhe.i. When tlie 111:11 In lie m liable l.i b Idled Willi by ehildien. Ihe Loll can be the Wheel will II llol In use. Ho lll.itlhe muehllle e;ni not be o ejelel uod Ihe needle elump are mude si ll-llireuilliiK. which eft out of 'ruled liv the treadle. The thread Is very Kreut convenience. tho Knoh Mncliinu. of Whatever (Style, is FurniBhed with Following Attnohinonts : I I-'IKIT IIKMMI i:. ' IIKMMI' IIS, nil ilillcreiit, 1 Ml K KW HUIVK.lt I POUT ICI l rl.l i:. I WUKNI'II. I l.AI UK. I Till KMC. I TIIKKA l I I I I h.K, I IJAKUK HCKKW, 1 I'AI KAI.K NKI.IM.KS. I IIIMte.lt. r. IKillHINS, 1 Oil. -CAN. Illle.l, I I'HKUK SI-ICIMi. I I s I III 'I "I'd IN I.IHIK. I I IlltO A I' I'l.ATK. The driving wheel on Hits inubhine is iidinitli d lo be ihe simplest, easieil running anil itioat convenient id :uiv. 'I he niiieli-ne is hc H-!hrc:i.!iiie;, lni-i the ver b.-sl tension ami thread liberator, la mude ol the liesl m il' rr.il, wdli Ihe wr irnu' purls Icirdened, uml is llnislipil 111 a superior style II bus vein ered cover, drip-leal I. idle. Pun end 1I1 iiwcrs ami center awniic drawer. The inimllliie.lllieis wniiunt eel inui lime for live yeuis. HINDMNU WOOD. IIIAVK a few cords of Dry Cottonwood eont wo d. suitable for kindllnK whioh I wlali to t,ell immediately tn eel 11 out of the Way of ton plows. Now la your lime t (ret your winters' supply, cheap uml koihI. Iave orders nt Ihe liiielliKeiii.er ollice or with Kd Mark'. . j 11 1 y ail4 H MOT II V HOWARD. HONE MONEY TO LOAN. rviHK monev now in nauui belonging to tn X estate ol' minora Is for loan, pari on prim real estate and pal t on rood personal security, parties desirintr to borrow will do well to call. Uillce over tC. VVloaor A bon. insyUil 8. N. WILSON, t-kli.i administrator and ei-otBce Huh. Cor. JOSEPH O. LESlElfll. XAND LOAN AND 1N8UKANCK AGENT. J Aholra.-.ier and Conveyancer, Lexington. Mo. Money to loan on Improved fame In La fayette and adjoining couuilea. at lowest isles of interest with privilege of paying part or all ol principal beiore maturity. No deluy, 00 red tape. Money always on hand. Write me lor leriy. mchWyl MONEY TO LOAN. WK are piepareu 10 make loin of Money lor any amount email or large, lor any lengin ol time Irooi one lo len years, at low rales of interest Willi privilege lo pay part or whole st suy interest pay day. All 011 laud as security, or desirable city properly. No delay K. WJNSOit A SOW I'P. Courthouse. Islington, Mo. EXECUTRIX NOTICE. LP.TTKKS testamentary on tbe estate 0( John lield, deceased. Were vranied to tk. undersigned on the 171 day 01 July, lbyo, by Hie probate court of Lafayette eonaly. Mis souri. - All persona having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them lor allowance to the executrix within one year after the data of aaid letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate; and if such III alma b Dot exhibited within two years Irom Ibe dale, ol' WIS publication tbey will lie lorever barred. This I7lli day of .Inly, isno. l"iyl'5 eJxecutrlx. FOR SAL-IS Iligh TcHtimoninlH from those lifting this Machine: RHEUMATIC PAINS In one minute tbe Outioura Anti Pain Plaster relieves rln u mitiic..- i -uiic, hip, kidney, clissl.and miisi-.uliir pain and wraknt-ssea. Price i n'.. CARTER'S C71TTIE 1 -. 1 . do not know, except to set her upon the banks of the river of Life for all eter nity to look sweet! God Intend ua to admire muslo and fair faces and grace ful step, but amid the heartlessness and the Inflation and tbe fantastic Influ ences of our modern watering places, beware bow you make life covenants! Another temptation that will bover over the watering place Is that of bane ful literature. .-Almost every one start inn off for the summer takes some read ing matter. It U a book out of the library or oft the book stand, or bought They Had Met llefore. "Now, sir," bugan tlio attorney for the dofenso, knitting his brows and propar ing to annihilate tbo witness whom he was about to cross-oxamino, '.'you say your name Is Williams. L'an you prove that to bo your roal namo? Is thore anybody in tho court-room who can swear you haven't assumed it for pur poses of fraud and decoit? "I think you can Identify mo your self," answered tho witness. "I? Where did I ever boo you beforo, my friend? "I put that si-ar ovor your right oyo twenty-nvo years ago, when you were stealing poaches out of father's orchard. I'm tho samo Williams." Chicago Trib une. Or an Infringement on Dignity. Charlio Poworzblock It's bahd fawm to use patent leathah shoos now, old ohapplo. Chappie Wliatovah's tho roason, deah boy? Charlio roworzblook liecaiiHo the common people aro all wearing them, Chappie Hah Jove, they ought to bo awested for or infwlngement on tho patent! The Jury. A Fair Adjust incut. Doctor Your services aro required at Mr. I'oorman's last roHidunco. He died this morning." Undertaker 1 low much did ho leavo? . "Not over 81,0110." "What will your bill bo?" "About SUM." "Well, I'll bury bim for tho rest.' Good News. Mr. I'oseyboy "Yes, Miss Travis, when your gweat big dog camo out at me so wudely I coinplotely lost my head, d'ye know." Miss Travis (wltli a glgh of relief) "I am so glad it didn't turn out to be any thing more seriousl Lion Is dreadfully hot-tempored." change. THE MUSICAL ACCENT. An Illustration That Was Mora Personal Than l-ollle. A, a trial in the ( oiirl.ot King's Ronrb as to an alleged piracy 01 trie) jia English Gentleman.'" one of the trst witnesses put into tho box wan Cooke. "Now, sir," said Sir .lames Scarlett In bis cross-examination of Cooke, "you gay that the two melodies are Identical but different. What am I to understand by that, sir?" "What I said, Fp)'od ooko. "was that tbe notes in the two arrangements are the samo but with a different accent the ono being In com 111011 while the othor is in triple time; consequently the position of tho accented notes is differ ent in tho two copies." "What in a musical accent? Sir James flippantly Inquired. "My terms for teaching music are a guinea a lesson, " ftald Cooke, much po the merriment of the court. I do not want to know your terms for teaching," said the counsel; "I want, you to explain to his Lordship and the jury what is musical a-cent " Sir Jamus wax ed wroth. "Can you nee it?" ho con tinued- "No," was the answer. "Can you fell it?" "Well," Cooke drawled out, "a musl- olan nan." After an appeal to the judge the examining counsel again put tho question. "Will you explain to his Lord ship and the jury who are supposed to know nothing about music the mean ing of what you call accent?" Musical accent," rejoined Cooke, "Is emphasis laid on a certain note just In the same manner as you would lay stress on any word when speaking, in order to make yourself better understood. I will ive you an illustration. Sir James. If Were to say, 'yon are a donktti,' the so- oent rests on donkey; nut If instead I said V"U r a donkey,' it rests on you. Sir Jamos, and I have no doubt that the gentleman of the jury will corroborate me In this. 1 ho story Is moro person al than polite nevertheless, it Is well worth telling as an instance of foroible illustration. It is useful, too, since it may serve to impress upon the minds of that very large circlo of people who plume f.homsolves on being musical some faint notion of what accent in music really is. It is tho outcome of that wonderful invention, tlio division of music into bars, but for which music might still be only the magical accom plishment of 11 few. Gentleman's Mag azine. I.oaa of Appetite. if one has lost his appetite and cart not think of any thing that ho wants to eat, the best remedy is to stop eating entirely for twenty-four hours and then It Is safe to guarantee that ho will II ml his appotito much improved. Wliilo fasting he must not neglect copious water drinking to dilute tho blood, which has beuoiuo sluggish. It does not do any harm to go without ai occa sional meal, for what we oat to-day dons us good to-morrow. It requires about fourteen hours for a meal to lie fully digested and absorbed. Dr. J. II. Kel logg. Vllllng a Want. "There is talk of reducing the courso of study at Harvard from four years to three," said McCackle. "The Idea Is to give more time to base-ball, I suppose," replied McCorkle. Life. MISS GIRL MARRIED. Why linos Mrs. Man .... Hack In the World Wlills Ifer Husband (irpwa? Miss (irl was married tho other day ami when alio came down this morning nearly everybody in town was looking at her, for she really Is very pretty. Her cheeks and lips have reddened and gho walks as lightly as a princess and as proudly as a queen; and somehow of other tho thin white yJ.l alio wears heightens her appearance wonderfully, and the men watch her as she passes. Ttie girls all envy her, and the elderly women are beginning to call on her; in fart she Is getting settled for life. Sho Is no happy and conscious of her self that sho Is unconscious of tho fact that sho Is going over a road whiob will soon deepen into a rut and make her llko all other women. Sho can not hold the general attention very muoh longer and the next brldo will displace her in public admiration. Sho will soon And that sho is counted as old married folks j by her unmarried friends and is apt in vited very muuh, and further atje will tjail that married folks have little Society of their own. Then she will get more and moro engrossed with her neighbor's gos sip and littlo church affairs and some how things which she did before mar riage innocently onougb when done by the young girls will have a different significance to her and she will be given to Insinuating that this or that thing may bo all right but And then sho will meet with the women around at places and discuss tho men and toll about hjjr husband's lungs and liver, and swap remedies for croup ai)4 tjour stomach and sore eyes. Long before this sho will get fat and lose her pretty color and will waddle and wear a black alpaca on tho streets and a calico dress and carpet slippers in the house, and tho men who are envy ing my friend, Mr. Man, now, will then wonder how he was ever attracted to such a woman as Mrs. Man anyway, and her friends will think of what a pretty woman she was, and sigh and say there are no such good old-fashioned girls as there used to be, and that all the girls care, for is dress, dress, dross. Mrs. Man probably doesn't think she will mako that kind of a wife and has often talked with Mr. Man about how sho is going to ho pretty always for him and bow she will not let their niarriago mako the slight est dirforenuu jn her personal ap pearance, but sho will forget a th(s after tho first baby has been brought up if not beforo. Why does Mrs. Man go back in the world and her husband grow?-Klder Twiggs (WHi A. White.) "Land, bo!" shouted the lookout "Just listen to that." said Algy. "Did any ono ever seo a 1100 that wasn t a land hoc?" "Why, certainly," said Paulino. "You cap see several feet of water hose riirbt on board." Terre JIaiito Express. Blck Headache and relieve all tho troubles fnof ji.ni tn m hlllona atsts of tho avatem. suoh as Dltzlneaa, Nauaoa, Drowsiness. Distress after eating. Pain In toe Bide. ka. While their moat remarkable auocesa baa been shown in curing Eeadaflha, yet Carter's Uttla XJvsr PHIS are equally valoablo in Oonatlpatlon.curlngand pro venting thlaannoylngcomplalnt.wbile tbey also coinotalldiaorderaofthoatouuKhtimuUtatha liver and regulate tbe bowels. Svantf tbey only (H1EA I Aebatheywmldbe almost primlemtothoMwhS au'for from tnladlatreaalng complaint: butfortu- itsly thelrgoodneea does notend berefand tboso whoonoetry tbem will Bod these littlo pills valu able In so many way that they will not bo wll liag to do without tbem. But after ailolck baud) ACIHIE 'la the bane of so many lives that here Is where we me our groat boast. Our plllacnra it while otnera do not. .. . Carter's tittle Liver Plus are very small and very easy to take. One or two pllla niaka a doao. They are striotly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action please all who nsathsm. In vlalsat Moeuts; live for $1. Hold by druggists every wboru. or Boat by mail. CARTER MEDI01NI CO., New York; SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE Mllilll.KTON, 1'KNN., I Ice. IK. IS.S. I received voiir pri 111111111 sew iii 11 ii'-tiiue nue year iiko all'l it'll well Idiusctl Willi 11. W.illhl not exchiiuiie 11 lor machines sold bete lor Kiltv ttolbire. I llcmk yen it ihoiixniiil tuniH lor such a viiluable i'i-eiiiiiiiii. W.A Kislliil. Al.Ti's, Auk , Her. 7, lSH The I'liiciigo Hinder s wing machine received in guild order. This intichiue is ti Hilcnilii out'; the avenls here would ask nhoiii thirl II dollars lor tuch a uiitehine. Munv iluuik. JOSKI'll I1AI..I.'.) AN SliMKIfXT, VA , Oct. iiK. IShll. The murhtne ordered ol y 11 arrived, uml after a lew days' Iroti I find it 111 be its retire. sellled, unit ilolllilless will continue 10 Kite aiilislitction. MA ItV .1. WAI.KKU. Tkxnton, Nun , Nov. ai, Ishs. The nremiiiiii hcwiiik m.ichlne came to bund Very oromtilly itinl in good older It is nicely llnti-hfit, wiohh like u chitriu, uml we urn de lighted Willi il. K ! t.NH. St. MariiauktV, Mo., Hec. II, s!i. We received Hit- machine Iwo weeks since. In good order. We are plessed with Ihe niucliine and giud lo h-ealt ol you as un hornet, honora ble II rm. A neighbor was h. re 10 look at the machine, and expects to order one in xl week. f. II IIIIXIUT. Wasruiniii, Mo., Hen. 10, IHSK. My sewing m.iiliioe kivs good salisliie.tion decs iis good work asu liitv dollar machine. AIAKY K. Ml) UK A V . IIciiiiino. Ohio, Nov. Ill, 1m.m1i, The sewing machine I gov lr.111 you as a pre. iiiium lust year, eiiiitioi ue 111 uieu, ami uoea as good work us u lurty doliur niucliine (,K(). II. MUllt. IIniontowh, Kas.. fx n. C, lKttll. We received the muctnne some, two months ago. Ilitve given 11 a luir trial and litc it very much We think it Is aa good as it forty dollar machine. MitsJANK ItOWKTII. Jackson. Cal., Nov. Ill, Ihhh. I received your premium sewing machine in good order, uml sm well pli-a-ed with the sums. Accept my thanks. A. NO It ION. Wki.l'h IlittniiH. N. Y., Nov. un, lssM. I would sitv, alter using the sewing machine received from you, it gives perfect satisfaction in all icspecls, doing all kinds ol work very nicely. Mra. I. C. YOUMANS. I.ONOMONT, (Jot... NOV. 17, ISHII. I received the niucliine all right, and am wel pleased with 11. It does excellent work . I'KNINAII MclSAKfY- This Valuable Sewing M idline is given us a premium for oil vearly subscribers lo (Ills paper. Trice, including one yeur's i-uhscriptinn, $15. This offer s open lo old or new m iscribcrs Sent by freight, receiver lo pay ch urges. VEHICLES ! VEHICLES ! fWeLv hy far N. 1 One elegant two story Tirick Dwelling House, on Third street, l.etingion in perfect aider and condition. 10 rooma.beauLiiul vard. with flowers and grapes and walks, r roat and hack lot. A bargain can be had if lakes soon. fC. WINMJIl A BON. AgsoU. NO. 2. One substantial, well-built Iwo story Kricfc Dwelling un the bluff, bandaooMly and conveniently located, 8 rooms sad two lialla, front and back lot, all in good eoedl tion. Offered al low price lo quick buyer. K. WINbOK HON, Agents. - a on H0111I1 alreel, u rooms, entire property 1 complete order, and very desirable and BOB- vrincut u nnsiaesa. narn. water, trail, grass, trees, Ac. t;an be bought now at a bargain, if sold soon. fei. WINSOR A BOM, Agents. - NO. 4 -One story Frame Dwelling on (Jullrga street, 4 rooms and ceilsr, large lot, water, bam, Ac Offered very low . K. WINHOtt A SON. Agents. ON. 6. Also another Brick and Frame Dwel ling, two stories, 5 rooms and ball and porch , good barn . Must be sol I soon. Offer ed low. B. WINSUK A SON. Ass4s, NO. 0 Kour small Dwellings, with two and three rooms, good locations. Oa easy terms and cheap. n.iM.f K. WIN8QR A BON. Agents. WINKLER fURNITURjj COMPANY. MANUVACTURRRS ANB PEALKHR IN M 1 I GET SURRKYS, JUMP SKATS, WHITE CHAPKJL, AND PIANO BOX BUGGIES 2TT7XWXTT72UE. throng a my work to-dayr I feel miserable, head achy, tired, pain In my back, my food won't digaat, mj whole body seems out of order. We answer (bat It Is no wonder yon are In such a broken down ouallttfu.nid you will keep getting worse unless you can ours your LIVKK. This impottaut org4 Is out of order and yon must cure It by promptly Wing those IMJVttr fullnpflBSBBBBBWsBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBl Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated Liver Pills. they will restore you and give vigor and health to four whole system, making yon strong and well. Lraiy zo oenis a nox, ana iDey may save jwm uiea Uk vow diugglit for the genuine 2Dx. O. MoZsAJJZI'S CELEBRA TED LIVER PILLS FLEMING BROS "Pittsburgh, Pa. Iswk oat for CritrgTVjuncrrs made In St Louis. wEIV0RY POLISH eth? IN THE COUNTY AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICKS. ARB PRKPAKKD TO DO ALL KINDS OK Turning, Planeing, Scroll Sawing,&c,' We also keep conUnily on upd Stair Banisters, Newel Posts, . Walnut Coffins, &c Metalio and Wooden Burial Caaeel Always on Hand, Thev respectfully ask tbe attention of all ta. Ihe articles ol their manufacture oledsvna- them selves to sell as cheap as such articles can bar nought. .. W1NKI.KR rURNITUEB OOMPANT. OK URIC OF PUBLIC. TIO. 8TATK OK MISHOUKI. I County or i.avayettb. i the Circuit Court ol" said county in vacation July S'b. lml. The Stale of Missouri at the relulion " ail d 10 the use 01 jonn 11. worm- 1 in.iim Collector of the revenue I ol Lafayette county, iu the .State of I ( Missouri, plaintiff, I va. I Thadeua Kdwards ami Ainoa I'ur- 1 ker. delenoanis. J lO the said Amos Parker: oii are her.-ny "Richard, what doos niako you read no constantly? ' "Why, you sen, mam ma, ni'xt wi'i-k I Kliull ho nine years old. and 1 immt t'it t hroiirli this hook before then, for ymi si-i- it. says: 'For children f siv l.i 1 i'.lit. vars.'" (ioldnn Days. The man who talks In his sleep has at lnant th hapiiiiioss of knowing that be dot's imt hnar all tho foolishness he uUors. Puck.. HE TOOK THE WKOXU MEUM'ISIB. Hubert stuwart, of I'eluliima, Cal., recently had a iiueer eiucrle neo. Ho writes: "Carbuuelea and bulla alJIIetcd my face and neck for weeks. Klnully I priK'urcd a bottla of one of the lending sarsnparlllas. TO my sup prise It made matters worse. This mads me loss, fulth In saraanarlllas. but seeing a statement that Joy's Vt-KCIiiblu Narwipiirllhi dried up bolls and faee eruptions Instead of forelng mors out as the isitusb sarsnistrlllus do. I bougbl a ootito. Tbo effect was astonishing. Tho carbuncles and bolls began to dry up. and lu two weeks my faee was as well and smooth aa ever. My brothur also took a bottle wllh the same benefit. liUBKIlT htewabt. palatums, Cal Explanatory Note. The mineral Iodide of potash. wlikblM tbo basis of nearly all oilier siirMtiwrllliis, iillacka tho blood direct, bent forees Impurities through tho skin, creauiuj A CARD TO LAFAYETTE -a n r- I'rtitinn. SURROUNDING COUNTIES. mil I nolilled that raid plaintiff has commenced a spit BgslliSi you III aaiu e.,1,11. uj 1111 1.. - i.i ....I Meiit-ral nature of whioh Is to oliliiin u lodmeut lor tlie taxes, interest aounosis uur 011 tlie lOllllWing IH-Stll IMCll I"' .. -; ... ...r county of Lafayette and Slate ofMissoun, to-wit: Lot 1 went! -one gi, imver. sum ran '"""le e-iua- delluuiient for the yeara 1M77, s,s. Itwlo, ' . IJ ItltXT n.l II. u..l.l l..VUB 1M83, IBM. IOOO, I nrAt iiki , uu lu.. ..i', , 1..- .1.1.1 ve.ra. exclusive ol Density, iiiierosl und costs, amount tn the aggregate to the sum ol nineteen and fifty-four oiie-liuiidredlliMl!l.ri4-lli0) dollars, and mat tneaame may ue ueciaici u on said issl estate and ibal the same may be sold or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy ttiejuugmeiii renoereu m-ieiu, wim in terest, fees, penalties, commissions and cobis. ai ..mi are further nolilled tbal unless vou appear at the uext term of said court, to be be gun and held at the courthouse. In Ihe city ol Lexington, lu sain popniy.ou mr 1 aet- luinber nexl.andoo orueiore "e iiiiiuj ui amu term, if tbe term shall so long continue, ami 11 not then before the end ol Ihe term, ami answer sabl petition, the same will be lukeu aa con- "aTiiI 11 1 further ordered that a copy hereof be published In lilt-Lexington Weekly Intelligen cer, a newspaper published 111 said cutinlv ol Lafayette, lor lour vyeess sur.i-.essieiy, me 1 iaseriion lo be' al' least lour weeas beiore the eonilln-nremeiil ol Ilie uc-xi lermoi tins i-.uuri. AUurpp,.,. -y(.AN,iTtu;t5. t.rk. Ily II. II K AT1IM AN, l C JlllVlS 5 William Younu, allorney for iiluinliff. Lnto ol Boilin, Viciina, I'nrip, elc, HAS UI'KNKU IN LEXINGTON FOR A PEW MONTHS, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. MA V-i . 1 Ari-nn(riiioiiln haviiiL' Im'oii nitulo with mi eminent pastern instrument " maniiliiciory li Ht'cnrn thn Hpropri.ilc ap)liaiioi!, tins insiiiiuo makes iNPll lll Tl uv I IIK TBEATiMKST OF TllfJ DEFOII1HITIF.S Of TIIF. I.IJIS IvEC'K, SIME, &c. Specialty of DiHtutnes of Nervous System. Specialty of the Diseases of the SKIN. Specialty of the Treatment of C ATA RRH Specialty of the Diseases of the EAR. Specialty of the DiHeases of the THROAT Specialty of the Diseases of the KOSR Specialty of the Diseases of the CHEST Specialty of the Di-eaaea of the EYE Specialty of the Diseases of WOMEN Specialty of tlio Distunes of CHILDREN OltDEK OF WIILICATIOK. Hsiiriiiliv sf tl I'rsnrr AOliialmrnt of SPIHIs'H'l.r.H nnA LV'IXil.ASSM (or nil optical Itefrcl. a. I SI A I K OK M18SOUKI. CotiNTV OP l-AVAVKl-ra. In the Circuit court of said county, in vacation. July lutli, IW10 The Stale of Missouri al Ibe relation i audio Hie use ol .lobu ti. Wortb- I iiigton. Collector ol the revenue of Lalayette cuiiuly, lu the rilalc ol j Missouri, plaintiff. I ivtilion. I4I.TV OF OFFICE PIIAC'I'M E t FIKE.MilUsF.lt Y. Alezsnder King.Kttlle Vuugban and Harrison vuuguan, uer uu'-iiaii more bolls mid pimples, joy a asparilln eels t.ppoJlely. Ha vegelsbls sller atlves stluiiilato the varloua atH-retlve org"" and thus eliiiilnala all luipurlllea tliroiigh Un natural channels, hence dries up P'n'ul"" sain eruptions at ouce. Tbs above le.tlmoulaj Is a case In point. 1 and 1 land, I Allrnl King and Kpby King, de- I lendanla. ) rfO the said Alexander Kingi Vou are hereby JL notllle l that said plalllllll' has coiniueiie.ed a suit against you in said court by petition, tlie object and general nature of wtiie.b is to oliliiin a judgment lur the luxes, interest and costs due 011 Ihe lollowitig desc.l iticil realrslule, siluate in the county ol Lalityette uud slule ol Missouri, to-wll: Kiglity (o acres, tlie west ball ol tlie nortliwesHiiarler of section twenty -eight (isi, iu lowoalnp lorly-nlnu t4'J). in range twenty eight (2s) . Klgbiy (SO) acres, the wc si hull ol tlie southeast ttuarler of lite soulheaal quurter and IV soullivtesl (pisrur of Hie south, ast iiiarler suii the south half ol the northwest qniii l. r of the soulliessl quarter of seotion No. eight (M) , III tOWUSllip Ulty IOU1.IU IllllUr ,wt-,l,)-e,K, I i . said real estate being delinilleut lor Ibe yeara IsnH. lKSi.lsMHiBnd llialsitul luxes fursitnl veins, ext-l'ustvt- ol (Miislly, Inlt-resl and costs, amount in the agaregale lo the sum of sevemy nrven and lltty-loiir one biiudredths iloiluis 177 M-Hsil and that the same may be declared a hen un said real esliile.uiid tluti the same 11111 be sold or so much Ihereol us may be iiet-.essiii y lo satisfy the Judgment rendered herein, Willi in terest, lees, ieiialties, commissions ami coIh. And you are lurlber nolilled lliut unless )ou appeur al Ibe next U-nii ol said cuurl, to be l.e Kiin and held al the cotirtliouse, in the cily ui lexinaiun, in amd tuiiiiiiy Ilie llrnt day of Seiiteniber next, and on or In lore the Dill day ol said term if Ibe term shall so long continue, and if not, then beiore the end of Ihe lei m, und answer sunt p 11 lion. Ihe bbiiic will be taken us con tensed. And it is lurtlier oidereil llitL a copy In n ot be pilbllslieit III I lie l,exniKoii " iv iml. mycii- cer u iiewspns-r published iu snl county n Lal'avetle, lor lour weeks successively, Ilie lid Insertion lo lie al least lour weeks lielon tlie commencement of Ibe next term ol ibis com I. A true copy . Attest: FRANK Tltlliti. Clerk. Ry II. IlKATHMAN. II C. JlllV 1JIJ William Younu, attorney for plaiiuifi. Will Remain in Lexington lor a ft. w Months Only, ut tho MEDICAL blTUQICAL INSTITUTE, Over Lcroy Farmer's Drug Storo. rO'lH.TA'IIO FltEE OFFM'E FltACTH'E OXLV. Okfick Hocks ". to 12 a. m.; 12 lo 1 p. aalbBSbiadBal 111., anil 7 to 'J p. 111. FARMERS. ATTENTION I -I'lSHTOM MAHK- SHOES BrOTS & V X"'r' rou WHEAT t STACK OK U A It ft tire anil liablulli I.AIIIES M f II ll.lt UFA M-UINt; 1MI Slt.UIII.K. n 1 ! ioii cash D.STALLINC'S: i lsi'ltN(:K iiKHhiHt llit antl liKlitiiiiiK, on on iht lat in or nturrtl in k"i wuif lioutifH,troin iiik day lo out y 1111 , ui Iht IowhI ralf-i Wn.e iih.uiiiI uivi niiiotiiiL hiiiI l un, uml w Wi fti.U Vnii i)n i olit-v liv ii'iiini m ill Mr thII i oti oilir.i 111 l.i-3.inKtoii. oitiMtBitt' ttnur hnciBf. n'Xl tlooi In MiHloiliri-. K. W NmU A hON, liiMiiitur-i', I.01111 uii't Kfttl KhIhUi Ak'hIb. L. R. KAUFMAN. tt-.imil.lRBR. JBVELBI AMI f-;.vv.v. 11 Hi i;iif nir f Waicho. Clocks, Jew clry, uto , A Specialty. AM Kinds of O mplicatod Work SolicitoC. Woit-hop In Hi" I'"'1 K"t!,8 Office of K. Wiusor Sou.Opp. Courthouse. s21f . GEORGE Kim, -DKaLKK in- Cooking &. Heating STOVES, A NU Itaauiaetnrer of Tla Bfcest Iron and Copper Wars Booing aad Es pair lag Guttering, spsoiaity. ALL WORK WARRANTED Prloss at Bed Book, aad all Bsoos s s represented , or ao sal. CgU and examine Stock and Priest jstore paroniaing sisewnsrs. Don't Forget Us Place p FRANKLIN STREET, NKAR fllAINeCROM. LEXINGTON. MO JniyM-M I! caution .."r'.'-j has his aasas a.T.rto. alamsed kttssa. hl very fc;aB,T?Vi W. L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Fine t alf aad Laced Waiersrsef Urals. The excellence and wearlnc qualities of this skoa) cannot ne oetter snuwn man nv ne sirons sutni CaJM lleaatBe llanriewed. 9 stvllsh dresa Hho. whb-b commends ftsalC MMO llaud-sewed Welt. A fins calf Ssoo as. unequalled for stylo and duramiitr. IOM IMsarrar wen u me meuu of Its tnouaanda of consu an elegant sadl rsntlltT. standard drssa Hh.M, at A mnulu nrloA. SO. BO Pellremna'a Hhoe ta especially adaptsdj w fur rallroail men, farmers, etc. All made In Congress, Hulton and fes. I $3&$2SHOESLm; baT been moat favomhljr rvTMl since tntrodUoJ and tbs rreent impnvniDU niaka faem ampaftaLf) to any ahoM atla at the urltwa. ' Ask your Tx-alar, and If ha cannot supply rem taw direct to fanUiry enclosing adTrtlad (sTioa, Of IKMtaJ for order blank f, W. L. DO I UIsAS. Brecktaa. Mam. IYOUNTJOY & IRELAND 1 . I-Um.up All TIIIQ fM 0l cn Mkika IllliJ IWI . fallallLj An las Cream Fresier, (the best la tbe world.) A Ksysteae Culiasry Beater sad Miser (for awk. lug rake, bread, etc, etc, whipping crania, sggs. as, and a thousand other things.) A 50s. Cook Besk. PAINE, DIEHL K. CO, PHILAD'A , PA AOENT8 WAMED.