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THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
1 Uf n 4 Chautauqua Reception The Alpha C. I.. S. C. gave a pretty reception to the Aris.tottli.in Chautauqua circle on Thursday af ternoon, from i to 6, .it the home of Mrs. F.mily Black on Highland. Both circles were well represented and during the afternoon the advis ability of organizing a Urge literary club was discussed, which would embrace both of the Chautauqua circles. The pleasant home of Mrs lil.ick which is always teeming with such an air of comfort and good cheer, was beautiful with its decoriition of golden rod. The dining room was trimmed with ferns and a tall vase of beautiful tea ros:s, tint re fleeted their blushing faces in tbe pretty mirror, adorned the ct. tit. r of the table, making a hand'onie center piece for this attractive room. Some very fine music hot I in strumental and vocal was given 1 Mcsdames Gits Mayer, Iidgar Place, V'anstoue and Mary Harvey; and to say that it was an cujii) able feature of the evening would liu ex pressing it mildly. Misses Ktnlly and Klleit H'ack and Miss Kmisoit, madcacL.irm lug group of young ladies ito-e pleasure it was to please oilers An elegant luncheon served I ) Ixramis, consisted of oyster sakvi, shaved ham, olives, celery. U-aUu biscuit, coffee, brick cream an 1 cake. The New York Store ha ji-t received n taw line of blue and grey dress goyds Camel'- Hair with the plaid luck the -well thing for skirts and Mtits. A Compliment to Misses Blakey ani Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Downing etitcrtaiueil aliout ixty of their young frlcndson Tuesday cvciilntc. at their elegant home on lias. Ar row St. Tlte little reception was compliment to Mise Illakey and Caldwell, of IMr!. Mo.. guet of Mrs. S. W. Arnientrout. Mr. and Mrs. Downing tnaki a charming hoM and hoste-s, and nothing was overlooked that outd hac added to the pica-urc f the eutertalnetl, Lovely roses hanging in great clusters adorned each room, while sweet violets the dearer of all blos soms, perfumed the reception hall aud upper floor. Mrs. Downline was Iwo mitiglv dressed in a pink and wit 1' silk gowu with ruffle of organdie. She was assisted by Mrs Gv rg;e UruBjugb, Miss Aliix Kiug, Me- ri Cliffotd and 0. T Goodwin Mrs llunaugh wore a rich recep tion gown of pale green organdie, with the drop shoulder effect, trim mings uf Valenciennes lace. Miss King a licnutifully dressed in a pretty girllNh gown of pink organ da Mi-. Caldwell was radiant in a gown uf pink organdie, over pink taffeta slip, black butterfly bows weteitHsl as trimmings for this pretty toilet that was worn with a pink monocline de soic fichu, most In-coming to the wearer. MU-. Illakey. a pretty blonde, was dressed in white swi.v with main tucks and ruffles. A Turkish wedding with Frank Mile. as groom anil Mivs Fannie Franci-co for the bride, took place, with Clifford Goodwin a High I'rie-t, that was quite a take off on me other Turkish weldings that have taken place in our city. K I). M irtiu and Misses I-'annie Fratici-eo and Katherine Cordvll delighted the company with some v cal selection. Miss Ilerta Fran, ci-co playing their accompaniments. Hut the crowning feature of a mn-t delightful evening was a ride on the camels and a cake walk by Mis. Illakey and Mr. Frank Mile. huh was gracefully and beauti fully performed. A lovely luncheon was served at. i late hour consisting of fruit, salad, touutn aud tongue sand wiches', olive, pickle and coffee. lie tire and see those swell Cam el s lia r Cheviot in the Dre- Good Dsp't at the New Vork .Store. Millinery I Millinery I After trying to sell out, and not 'being able to find a buyer, who could buy a stock of millinery goo 1 big enough for Marshall, we have decided to coutiutte in busi ness our-clvcs, We have just re turned from the Mcity with a bea i tiful line of millinery, which w will felt cheap. The fastldlousl.v dies of Marshall and.vlcinlty will be picked to know Mis Adelle Huth imacher. the most popular trimmer , thai bus ever been to Marshall, will lie with u again this season. Come Md ee us; wc will sell cheap in 'order to reduce our stock to sell (out. Remember the place, N. 15. J corner square, next door to Firm er'. 4tni5 I 1 The New York Store has just re ceived a new line of Neckwear. Kve thing in Clothe for winter .wear at the New Yotkfitotts A Nutting Party. Mrs. S. V. Armcutrout chaper oned a merry party ol young pen pie to the woods on Wednesday afternoon, -vhcre they went in search of nut, but wcare inclined to think they found even more thin nuts before they returned: and if the fortune teller was not visited in their rotttid we are much sur prised, The weather was simply perfect upon this afternoon, and the woods beautiful. The very sighing of the wind a it rustled among the grand old forest trees, warning tlum that old winter wrf camping jtit behind the hills, had no depressing effect uou thi happy crowd, who onh drank u the sunshine and enjoyed the present. A lovely lunch, such as Mrs Arruentioul knows so well how to get up, nas eaten with a reliIt by the following pttsot". who greatly enjoyed the outing. Mics F.stelle Dawes, Minnie Jurdcu. Annie Hawkins, Ca1de!l, Illakey aud Mr. S. T. Armrntrnut. Messrs lluckncr Kagvlale. Martin Gaul din, Chat Fisher. J. N. Iloothnr.d I'ete Reynolds Swell Fur Collarette ftom i.fa to Sjo.oo at the New York Store. VP. W. Arnett. home on Saturday evening at ;,jo, h) (conducted by Kidcr fl. T.Wharton, i nf 111 PhrUltlm titirMi .1.!. highly respected and much beloveds j eld gentleman was laid away on ' Sunday tcry. morning at I'isgab cetnt. The New York Store has brought on an immense line of Utile -linm. and napkin and they an- offerinj.- tlietn at special price. Guesting Contest Out of some 2500 guesses nude 1 for the f 15.00 suit of clothes olfir cd as l'rcmium at the Hie Strrt! j Fair, by T. W. Huhter it Co,, only V' lilt... ntt.i no......! .1.- number sealed in bottle Judge U. J. Orear. of Orearville, j Rising the first to register, was the I lucky man. Wearotie of those llaltir.tvrti Tailor-made Suits" at the N'cn J York Store and In: Well dressed a&l ? satisfied Mtrthitl People Praised. 1 William Warren Washington Aruett. ageil yi year, died at hi home in west Marshall Thursday, Sept. sith, 1S00. after a short ill ness caused from a fall. Deceased was born May 3rd, 1S0S in Dan ville, V.1., was married iS.n to Miss M. A. Strickliti. lileven children were Ikmi to them, two nl which survive him. Mrs. Sillic F. Clark, of Independence, and I: S. Arnett, of Danville. Ya. In 1S50 he was married to Mi F.liahcth Cundifi in I'ulasky Co . Ky., eight children were born to them, four oi which are still living, Miss Josia I) Arnett, of this city. Mrs. I.ucv C Alaway.. Mrs Nannie I.. Jackman and Mrs. Jennie Wallace, all ol lliggiusville, Mo. Fourteen grand children aud thirteen great grand children survive him. Mr. Aruett came to Missouri iu 1S5J and has lived inSilinc county ever since. He wa a consistent member of the Christian church. He was sheriff at Marshall in iSCi 62 and constable of Klmwood township for 14 years. A light hat from our household ifow. A Vul'V WClotCd I .till. A vacant ilitc i In our UarW Which ni-vtr can 1 c filled. Tlu: luneral took place at the Uslnirtoii, Mo., Uet. I, IUjitoi: M. mis 11. Mi Hn'Ciiuc.ss .Mar-lal), Mo. Dear Sir- KlndJ allow me tbrim.I tt.e i-oiuiim- of your vaiunlilr .ari 1 to iXit our lhnk and tlncm i(. lre'laiiiit fur thv i-ourt-ou urn. ;.a.. lemnnly tnatnienl acvorslil . V your rresIJint 'Mr. lteatiy anJb ulil'- a..tnt of your .MnrrhaU 'n-. btreel Fair Committee. Wra. ,l former hme m-IiIoui, If en r iDt rM J a good ela.s of s.nple, a- tin r- ti'A in fouml In your N-autlful city. W.l ile-hi-to etjircn imr thank" to ekiJS antffry one of the romrall'rf isOsu. alo to taeli and erry lnJlilJi' utuio-t to make our iD.-a.-inutt iil mo.t ileaant one, and a .KtwuiJ ami .Vlrlal artlt. we wlllntnr,- liljh from the cinh.hu' ul.it will think klndlr of Marrhall an-ltel L-i-ncniu. elttten. Marshal, ba.i lirizht fulurt Ufoe lur and we tra tlmtwemar nirnln orue day uiri )ilva-ur- of vNUinif lur ard 'ierii iv. A. for her fair dauj-hti r. m'.r has Indeed uiJowid thvm with alt charm- and wln-oine waya o il'tr-, man. That .Mar-hall ha a warm ot In our l- he niay tvir rl.e und H o-j r Unfit most rarne-t with. Again HuukV all kindly we iki; to reuimn )t. waruiest frl. ml-. JW. V.. T. L.it-i Allwn Fit. t). II. Merich . O.car Samuel-oa. Mnrican I.ln'in, Itny I tAui n . Tina y sha. Jack I Flnmij. lrforruir nuJ ald, Mar-'hillfs- Uft t air. ltcl tetf Jlly Voar.' ALiaurlT way a d'trvjH ha-lmh-idfvul h.-art. n.li'.4j; Tho New YorkStorulus JujirK'J