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Notary rulille. II. W. lll.KM K. kminlncr Land Tit las ad Abstract r. , SMITH, BLEECK & CO. Abstracts, Insurance, Real Estate, Loans. Parmingten Times THUtSDAY. NV. "-. I i 1 2 COUNTY OFFICERS. nnxr "eiuii..r . ItfiirfM'niu'ivt J I'iy sl.lin JihIw omit) i mat Uwnr Jmlsn Urtl Wairl.t J i (in I.. IIKMHIt t.. K. I I . M mTii unt) Ju'Uf mnl limn. I J A lu.luw of l'ritmti rk I Ireiiit I "'t . Mirk I mint) I miit . laillwtor Ira-aauier .... Mixrtir Proawutlii vitmn.-jr Assessor UMItlty Mlrve)..r Iwrolier sellout I mninlaal.ilier J. . l.'snJ J.I. H II I I II" 1 IIKH I' II -I IM t IIISK till III" Ul. II Vlll M.M.HI Jill l III. .Ill II VV . I. Ill "l r.t . . Km liii..tox I. V.UIV ih. J. II l .limi . A. II. AKS,a COURTS I IK.TI. Col HI I II t'oX, .Illiltlr-sa-Cilllil M.Hi.liUal ' Mil) "'! Vixt-itiln-r. I oti i.i in - llr.i M. .n.i:i) a Hi rriinin tjr. May Mis.nl mnl"milT Cm. m it i mi nt !.-.. ml M.in i.ir In Jn aarj . April. Jul an. CHURCHLS. lnratiT ram as-in-. . r . . t.i lur-ITt-B. Iiiim miilIu) ni..ti.in- unil even III; nunilar aa-lio.il al ' " a m . V " Unix, surlnl.ni.l. til l'ri)t mrrtliie Wslnatln) i.vl.lli,c. Mi rn..i.ir .n, i.i i . -.n rii-lii J. Ilrvs. l ast.ir l'i. : l.mv n t) Min.la) morning nil.l cn-nlio;, un.la) -m-Ih1 al e.i tu , Mi asm 1-n i.iv -iirii.i. ii tnt. Vnyn unrun mt vv ...in.a.ln) tai-iinm Mstii..i.i-i l.i-ii rti.-Us.v . v . I: He riitili. k. IMamr- Pr.-. Iiln rer un.lnr niornlns in.l .-t.iiliiK. -nn.liir rli4 Hi Ii m a. in., Iir I I.IU 'I. MiiwrliiK-nirt. I'ray.'r jK;;i:ti: i ci w . .lni- la) f.'iilii- IUl-TiaT Kl:v . J I'. HiTxn, rsnr rrrii'-lilnx inmih.I iin.t l .i.Hli -mnlaya eu.-li 111. .11 Hi. II1.IM1IIIII Bill I il.-lllm.- IT.I)i-r !- I ii u i'V. t) vv .-.In. ! i) ' Irx r ".in ID . li.i I ui i a m . Mn J."i. i'"V UMl'll.ll-ll.l III t'liai.rtv: I'ltl i: ll III- II M.TviniKT. IMl..r IT' aelilief .-v.-i) miliar al 1 1 il in uii'l . in- -in. .Mr .'ii'-.l i.i) fun. la) at '. a. a in II V -ih . ui-r inl'ii.l"iil r - i. i) .ml i ..n lll nl : i. .'1.' t Mi.;.-.-k .i..i. ru Ilnir ut T i-...'. I., i. I I iiim i:m vi hoiiiii'.. r.ii.'i - I'l.M. hint i.i) Mm. i.i HI..I uiiitf i-1 1 I'l lh Imiitlt, -iln-hlin .ill. i I'll .1 1 Ii Ii in., i i. Ill i . I inii.ii I.H ii i , ri-l'l- .rl.."l 111 I. VI. 111. k . i i .iii.t .1 .111 h:1IIH' . xr. .l 111 -I ill I.i) al " Ili'l..-'" .New Sle" SI in e, l i 1 1 1. KM KA st I'Klts. 'I'luee il'Mim ea-l ol 101 I inii-.v t'ranlieriii al kh in lipMi r Co Mailin, tout hfl .lmtiij:ia.hir. New unki ml a! KL hi l.twr l'. (Jnoil maple m' Klein .roeer Co. New eonntiv .ir; liiini al A. I.. Or- ten a. I aroe!- rnel il..lh al liianil Leailrr. lino i I- ..( Mo.i.l ai.l''. I'V Cole & Ninon Mi" K.iimia l.ang enletlaineil a lew IneiiiN la-t I hur-ilav evi Itetler Imh liiiininift now l'me. are at InmI mel t.i :nl l.i a.l r. ll.i Ii" I I ul to awel! ham ("I in i v llie in iv line ol n al ole A: Nivon'n 'Mir M- li.l.il I Inh Hill iin i l lit t wei'k with Mi-i- Nellie ami Vnpc Coiiwny. c l.eal the vvnilil mi Jul nitnie. Call ami leaiii imr t.rei 1 1"' tiiaml l.ea.l.r. U'ltHf Nellie ami ir'ie ( ona iitei Jtilii t miway al limine Teir: thin wei k. SUinn! Slni.! Stove: c ran I'll any niie'a la-le ami iiekeilnxiK Tin- tiraml a a. let. Mr. laiil Cailile Jr., ul l-'e-lii", la vMliiiK Iter lather, Mr. .1 K. Swiuk ol lhi rity. The City ll.iki.ri will imrsiii' a Mrulk ch avKtrni imlii , 1 k 1 1 1 " ' ''"' firnt ol NoveiiiUr. Mi" Aliee Cnv. e leMirneii Salnriln) frniii Caleiloniir. here lie lia lafii Vh-ilillg rel ilive. I.OWKI.1. I-.XIKA SI Ti lts Ileal earMl niaile in Ihe I nilcil Male al the (jiauil Leader. For a mill I luit neieet auortliieiil nl wedding ueeut in enl jlat or nilver go to John Kirli. ie'i. All kind ( fall I -, Canton Dan- nela, flanneloltoa and ilrca cromla al MeOurmick, Siroti & (''. Tlio Hula boy and gill had lulu nl (un Hallowe'en, ringing iloor bell" and rattling abutter anil tercen dimm. For Salt; lleautilul home, in noutli ern aulifrb of Faioiintun, eontaiuiiiK 10 aere. K) Tonn. Apply in Clay, lluck Fleming. Yon can buy ynur wwln iiiaehjnen eheaier at Tetley'a than anywhere ole. Sewing ruachiuo atlailimcnt alwaya on band. riiime 140, City Meat Market, for your meat and vegotablea. A nnw bit of Cnlon niailn nveralla, sblru and duck coaia at Colo i Vxoat. F.vsry gartneiil guaranteed not to rip. "tVanled (iood all-round banting hound. Slnlo ige, aex, prtoe anil hauling qaalllle. Addren P. 0. lios 6, Knob Lick, Ho. 1 tiiimtiHtitiiiftintiiitH(iiiniiiuiuitiiHiiiiiiHuiiiitt'iiftHiiiwHiiitniiintiniiiw gy j .a Tlia) beautllul ait for tiouii-a haa brea ILflrter r lace m,",j"1 p,oj i ' handa o ; ' .-VIM .hade tree, planted and SlTlitH, BlCCCk & Co. (aranltoM wnlka eonatronted aerate fall front each block al present earaer's tnpeaae. Loeafaoa only I blocks from court kieae. Call at fi Smith, Bleeck Co's office ta see p.at, . 1 .... 1 iwimtitttttiimwtuiutiwuiitiuinitiitntihii B. 8. M ITU. Our Abstract Books a:t Complete to Date Kooms 13, 14. l.'. Iteulty Uldg., FARMINOTOX. MO. phone H7. Corrwt iylp, lailormiiile Hi in clitliiti niiii'lliliig pm! at tlif (iiaml l.caJrr. Mr. Ilultrrfiolil relumril Hatnnlsy nijjht Irmii trip In the wpntcrn part ot the Statr. Mr. V. K. Ii ii i W "1 nnw il.uuirilol t lllmliicit. Mil We kikIi liiiu uf cr in his new hiime. Juit reicivfd uii.it lirr iiiMalliurtil ul the lalett nuri'liii-ii in tlrr gooilr al Murtin llro'. Cu'I ami rc tluio. For lint. Iiatu, I'lutliinj ytiu nliuulil Sprott & Ci'. tm k c :i I -. cIutcb and re Mi'C'ormifk, tif..rc yu liny "niiclnig in t tic l.arii" i.i II.iiiia) (ir tlie lnnaiie So i, mu the Il.ill.m e'en frolic ot the ymins tK-oi.lc in tnwn. l'liiiiie M1, Klein gan.ilinu ami r.ial nil (irmrr Co , (.it Mi- Ids Ileii'l'T-m "f S"i'-' In'lil M'Vel.ll ilava al LllliH." Ark Siin- itinry Mmlin llt'lllll'tKOII. her iti r, Mi" Kate ItrraUr.ot iihi'ii . IhihI- u( all tin. I" at A 'J lie. Iluaril il Menanln . t l aiiiiin ton Circuit ot the M. K. t'liurrh. Smith, nie miut'i-teil tu Mir. I ut Salem 1'l.uieli at i! :tu o'i'Iih-L p. in , Salur iluy, Nmeuiber Hi ti . A I'. Sahoiii, l'a'tnr. ".he bet line nl (uriiituie in l"u i to lie fouml nl Ilulx r lr.. I'niiin 'l'liaikj;iviiic aeivleea Mill lie helil nt the rienliMetian ehiin li. Ki r. It M. Xalherl ot Hie t'liiiHiian elmri'li will tireaeh the mmiihhi. 'I'lie i ntuni arr cullectinii I r t lie? imiir will le taken uj.. IIiiIht l!ii.. have juit teeeiveil line line u( new tiirnitiire. Mm. Aliiiatritla Mniu. (iriml I'lmt nl lliinur ol l lie li''ii I Honor A. it. I'. V., will liTturo at l he I 'mm loiie lo-nmiruw (rii.laj) evening nt 'In I'cliH-k. F.verylioil) :v in iled. Ilaraiii I'ay eveiy day at the (iiaml Leader. Jih'I II. (Unium ol Merkel county, Texan, in vl-dling relative in 1 arming- Ion nod ieinily, and wired baek holm lor a carload nl liore, wlneli will In .nld nt public hale next .Saturday. See adverti-einent in I lii - iiapei and hill-.. (in to the City Meat Matket for ymii ehmee nleak4. roat and pork ehnp. Mr. J. M. Morrw and ilaus'-ier, Mii Macv Morri, and Mi Mollic I'ulkina, w bo have In-rn viililg lor evcral weekn nl Valiiiignin, !' V., and piint in Virginia, reiurneil lal Sunday alierniion. Ucineuilier Sleiling llraml Clolbing lor utile ami fit (ir.ind Leader. I.i kt A iiiotrocio-buiiml copy ol the lifteenih annual n poll ol the lead and r.iuc mine in."pi-i'lul, niib name ol (icurgi) K. Uilliaiim ptinted on the hark. I.o't Ix tweeu Kariniiiglun and Kwk Spring. Finder will be liber ally rewanlcd by reluming nnie to Mr. William v j' ulen keep Ihe bel gr.i touu al the City Meal Market. in Among tfao young college men ol thi eiiy who came bmnc lo vote Tuc day were, KiMiitli and Frank Weber ol Waaliinglon t'nivemity nl St. Iini, and John llougbty. Linn Haw and I'hilip Alexander ol Ihe Slale l.'niver iiy al Columbia. Harry Webrr, who ia alien. line; dental enllego ill Si. I.. iui, vvaa alan home to vole. Ileaulilul linn nl earpela, riij oil chilli nt the Cr.iud Leader. and Mix Mary A-bury eulcrlaiiied Mon day evening with a dialing iliah party and all reported having a ilclighlful time. 'I'liern were prcacnl air. anil Mra. Lee .l.ihn-on, Mia Louiae lloughurty, .Mi r. Quarlea, Sehawr, Thompaou, llopKr, Kilpalrick and Mvrn, all of Pralnge, and Mie Marion Keith, Lulu Miller, Alma and F.nuiia Matkert, Sarah and l.uie MeArthiir ami Mr. Iliid Smith. 'i'be prettie't and bent line of lamp- In town at the Klein (iroeer Co. Clm-ka, walolien, plated ware, jew elry of all aorta nt Tctlry'a. Ir. and Mra. George W. William. and Mra. Jennie T. Fnrater returnetl Samrdny night from a abort vb.it to lloanoke, Va. Ir. William vlaited ine nrfine of hi boyhood day and met acreral of the eompanlon nl that period. They were tuot delightfully entertained by many niece and nepbewa in true Virginia boapitality, and Dr. William ao much enjoyed Ihe riait that be ha prnmlted to repeat It next year. Clothing We bate a full line piicea to atilt. MeCorniiok, Sprott 4 cor We are a bowing the black and while and blue and white coronation Milling! lor lailies. Have ynu aoen them? Miibeii Ban. Farmer.' Isatitat. Ueoree B. E11U, Secretary of the Stale Board of Agncnltnr. in fonni di that, at the mitieiit of i number of our citizens, a F'aniiera Inatitute mettitig will be beld to Farmingtou on TLuraday and Fri day, November 2tltb and Slit. On the firnt day of the meeting there will be preacut Dr. D. V. Lnrkey State Veterinarian, and 1'rof. U VV. Clothier of Cape Uiranlvan On the tenoni) day Ut. .T. C. Whit teu. llorticultoriat of the Kxtxti ineiit Station, and Dr. A. J. lH't weiier of Columbia. The arrauge" aletit of the program i left to the loeal comniittee, and they may nr range for any loeul talent that they want to hear. It ia to be hopinl Unit Hie farmers anu oilier or our eili.eliH will take an active iiiterest iu prejiiiritig for thia meeting, and ninkv it a iutereatiiiff and in at rue tive ni" former tneetiuga have been. The funiifra and hortii'ulttirirtta ought to be able to make a eplcmlid (lihplny this year. Tbuac Viking School Suit al Cole 4k Nixou'a are ttie proper thing. Scores of pretty thing in novelliea and uotiona ooutlnually arriving at (lie (rami Leader. A nire lot of rliinawarp and parlor lampa going utj cheap nl A. L. Or- ten a. Met ii r in 111. t Mproll & Co. aliv ay have on haad a full and lu!i line ! liM-enea. Tailora Uaiea OrtaaUrd. The jnttriirynien tnibim of Fnrm- tiigtoti and tlinitp of tiiliMou'a nhoii ai r.ivina, met in itrniiiy a eignr aliup laat SHtimlay night, nml under tlie aupervinion of Mr. Molt)!, the Mute organizer, of St. LouiH, orgiiiiixid a branch union in thin cilv. of the Xiitintinl Tnilor'a I'nioii of Ainerieu. A aeale of wngea wnt adopted, but hh the aenle hna nut yet been signed mid agreed to by the employer it cannot lie given out at preaeiit. There were twelve tneuilier-i rnrnlled. embrue- ing the tliree kIiiiiu of Mr. Clma. (iierne, Mr. Ilertnau Trtiiiernieht ami .Mr. J. F. I'ltttmiinn of Farm- ngtoii, mid the alinp of Mr. (iib aim nt Klvitia. The ofllcein eh-cted were: Henry Siirinirinev er. tireai lent: .Jneob Iiren., eorn-iiiitiiliiig Keerelnry; t . It. llilberlinir. fiiuin- iiil Kcen liiry ami lreiisnn r: Jneul Stickscll, Htevvitnl. LOWLI.L f:.tua irand Leader ole agent. SI 1'LUS. If you buy an Overcoat before you pp t ole & Jvixon a new nrnvala you will be mad. Loj-i, if you wanl a nobby awealer ve have them. Cole A Nixon. See our (Joiven Quality nlniea for adiea nice lit and good aerviee. MeCo-iiiiek, Sprott (k Co. Vin.il Ihe Peer Farta. F.liITiiU Tllli:s: The Younar Lniliea' Society of the l'rwbytei inn linrrh went in a body to riait the oor ritrm, laat Thumdnv. and it ia difllenlt to say which fe-linf wiik more prii-niinent in the faces of the poor folks, bewilderment or b-light, when they wiw that lievv of young ladipn atop at their place. Some rcvble-iiiiniled old men thought we were anguln. and one mini a little more renper'talile look ing than the rest of the twenty five, nuked mo what it nil meant anyway, anil who wore we. I took great pride iu telling him that we Teprew iiled a church sociutv. 1 used the word ''remiectnble" jiiat now. nml I want to emphasize I lie I iiet that there in very little of that "commodity" on the Farm. 1 never wan in more filthy rootim or hovela. There may be worne worm- one iu exitnee, but I have never gone into them. 8at in their ehaira or Mhaken handa with the nick in mieh plaeeH. Whose fault ia it that Kiieh filth reitrnaf Should thia harilabli! inaiitinu. jimt lieitanie it if charitable, be left in a eon- litton to eaiiae a pewon to ahrink from viniting itf And ia it right to keen Hint iioor einpiited woman there chniiuiir Sin- baa been in that bondage for yeara, mid I can t help but think our county is blotting its fair niime iy lioiiiuiD tier there when there are asylum for aunh unfortunate ones. The uoor woman annteheil at the banana one of the girla gave her, and commenced eating it p-el-iug and all. I lielieve we have brightened one day in their monotonous existence with ourgiftaof frnit, cake, eand tobaei'o, piiHts, paiers, pictures, quilt piiveea and some clothing. They liked the siuging, too, and aked( where onr preacher was. The "rcfpectable" man liegged ns to come back often, and said he gneaaed the good people hadn't forgotten the Poor Farm after all. Society Membkh. LOWFXL FXTUA SLTEUS High est grade carpet usde In the United Stales The Grand Uader. See Ihe dress goods, cloaks and kirts at MeCorniick, Sprott Co's. They are the latest. Tboma Aulsen keep the beat beef, pork aad eared meals la Fsnningtoa. Ha aim gives trade checks for cash, wbkli is eipilvslent to ft percent off. We bare just got la a lot of new .iftokets, tbe nobbiest liwt iu town; op. lo-dais le style and low down la price. See Uiem. Cout Knox. Cole A Klatw have lately -reeeivaat a line ol bats that one aeldosa sac owUide of the targe cilia. Ther arc all ia U prevsiling Style, snd arc tbe beatob- Uirublsv.. Tba omocrs of the rresi-ylefiao Choreh met to tkeb? regular asoathly meeting, ai the home of Rev. 0. W. UarlM, last Tne4y night. Tbey antra deligbUnlly aiuorulnsd by the htatteas, and Iraasaeted soma Import. aat bvtlaeas.. - RELIGIOUS CEKSDS OF FAEMIKGTOH Taken bj the Ministerial A.M- liance Some Intereatlng StatisUcs. I'be ministers ol the Fannlngton Uiniaterial Alliance have oomploted the tabulation ol the religious oeoaut recently taken in this city. Although not eiertt la work of this character the results are as nearly correct as It ia possible to get them. The gmleat care was exercised la isiting erery home within the city limits and some bouses were ntxwwarlly vialted twice, the family being absent at the first visit. In taking the census care was had for accuracy above all other thing Only those who wer settled la the community as citixen were eonnled, Indent and test-here attending the varioua school and solleges, not er manently located here, are omitted from the result given below. r-owt.ATios. Accuroing to tin) return there are 1,949 white inhabitants within the sily limit atid 271 colored inhabitant. making a total population of 2,220 itbiu the city limit. Thee are divided according tu age a follow WHITKS. over twenty 1115 art wren tlx ami twenty $Hi Coder ais - , 243 Total.... CuMiaKll. .M 159 Over twenty Ilrlwirn aix ami twenty . t'udii aix 75 - J7 Total (".rand total ... J71 3. If iCUi'.lul't STATlaTK!.. 01 the total number of liiliabilanta, '.'.'J.'o, lilly-live and four tenth tier cent ate member of variou c tin rubra The while population stum a more favorable percentage than the colored. Among ihe 1,1)49 white nearly llfly even ier cent are church member. Among ihe 271 colored people, nearly forty-six m-r cent are member of the church. Thpe percentage are baaed upon the total population. It should lie remembered that 279 of the total population are children under the age of alx ypal. Ihe foliooing table show the Uirnibemhlp of the various churches wilhiu the cly limits. Tbeao llgure lo not give the total strength of the viiriouv Farminetun chutche lor the reaaoii thai each one haa coontry ineiiilieraliip ol greater or lc slrength, ivlneli U not iiieluded. WIIITR UFWHKasillP McthiHliat I'pirnKil, South Metluxlint I .plsi'ivpal Christian V7 1.15 Ho 169 41 .'16 l-rralivtcrian Ilapliat ... . ki-nian Catholic I.iilllrr.in MiM-L-Uaneoiih Total . . COI.OSKO MKUHKSKMIP. MetlHHliat hpi-u-opal M African Mrtb.Mlmt i:pi, 55 MiMfcllaiieim .. , lotai 134 There are 842 while person who are not Identified with any church. Of tin number 14S are under alx year of age ; 317 cf the balance ex- prea preference a follow: Mclltudiat Mpiax-niaaL South Mi-tliinliat MpiM-iipal Cliil-ilian . 'resliytcrian llaptist KoniHll Catholic .utlirran Miaci-llancou Total 3; KlIJlkHli. There are 14 7 colored person not thi. identified with any church. Of nnmlier .17 are under aix year of and 87 cxpre preference a follow: Methodist Lpiscnpal jj African Metlm-dUt iiciijial. jl Total.. B; SI NIlAT at-lliHII. STATlaTICM. More Ihan .12 ' per cent of the tolal population are reported as at tending some Sunday achonl. Among the while peraona Ihe percentage of at tendance iiKn Sunday school la nearly 31 per cent. Attention should Iw called to llio fact, however, that the member of the Human Catholic and Lutheran churches are not included in the report of the Sunday school si tendance. The percentage of the col ored population attending Sunday school i forty-four per cent. The following tallies show the Sun day school attendance in detail. WHITK. Methodist ICpisropal, South 100 106 iriu.-111-.l .-lli-LOiail Mv Chriatlan 116 oti ...... 101 60J ..... 73 49 l-rrbvterian Baptist Total cot.oaRn. Methodist Kpicoal , African M. Ii... Total It will be aeeo that out of the . I total while population 1,347 do not attend Sunday acbool and out of the colored population 149 do not attend Sunday school. Tbe minister who took tbe census ste under obligations to tbe members of the various churches and those who are nut members of any church for the uniform courtesy with which they were treated. It is hoped that tbe facta gathered will be tbe basis lor a forward movement la every church of the community which sball be reflected la the moral and religious uplifting of tbe aitiaens. Tbe statistic, compared with those of other communities, show a gratifying Interest la religious affairs of tbe ettisens of Farmlogloa. R. II. Tat.aKRr, Chairman W. It. McCorhace, Bejr. W. J. Una. J. D. Warsox. C. K. Hickok. IU-raog baaaeomptale line of School Shoes, aal Invites yon to eall aad ex. amine bis goods and leera hi prices before making porehasea lor jroar ehttdrea. - . We want your toad sd w-e want your prod nee. Oar not to ts: Bay what tbe home people bare to sell first ; lira aad let lira. Cout Kmco. Pay easb for your meal ai Aatsaa's and get A par cent dwcootsl. LIBERTY VILLK ITEM5. Mr. and Mr. F. L. Urabaui bave returned from visit to Mend sud relsiive at Fn)erloktown. Mrs. U. N. lUker sud sun, Willie, returned on the iilh from a visit to her father, W. A. Kennedy, ol Farm ingtun. Dr. W. '.. Preancll ba sold bl property here to Dr. J. A, Iliseett of Mitchell, III , who will arrive here between now and Nov. Iltb. Dr. PreMnell has bought property In Frad ericklown, and will move there a soon as Dr. liuvtcU takes iHwaeaaion here. Aa I. O. U. F, Lodge was liMliiuted hers on Oct. 2ilh by Dirt. Dtpt raud Matter It. Albert of Frederick town, with Ihiity-oue member About n'ventv-five visiting members were present, some from limine Terrc, Dcsloge, Flat Itiver, Farmlngion, Knob Lick, Mine La Motle and Frcd- eriektown. Tt-e member here had made arrangemeni with Mr. 8. F. Sharrock lo prepare upper for aUiiil fifty visitor, but when everybody bad eaten it wa leported that one hundred and eight had at down to the table; which mi loaded with everything thai a bungrv appilltn could deaire. Mr. Sharrock is lo be congratulated for the way In which alio labored to acooaioilatc llie Odd Felloa thai evening Frt.tx. II von see Cole it Nixon' line of new liala 1-t-iotv purcliiaittk claewlierr' yon won't purcliac clawlicrc. For a ainall but nclccl -a.iil.tiMg pf-s;;ti. ti cut go lo John kirberg'a. aaaorlineiit of -I--- nr -!!rr We sre slum in j the beat Duck Cost on rait h for llie piice. Cole 4 Nix. 111. A bran new lol of line al Klein (irocer Co. ipieenaa are Light Plant Cbasr.cs Hands. The electric light plant haa laat been placed in the hands Meare. Lof (cutter and Iktiilt St. Louis. For wveral weeks haa been running under their an licrviKioti, but 110 nctunl tranafer limi taken place. Aayet, however, the ileal haa not lieeti elitirelv i'IohciI, nml the purchnae price hnn not been given out. lief ore purclma ing outrighl, Meaara. linfteutter nud Bendt will nwait the action of the ennui ii lui-eling to-morrow (Friday) tiight. They will make application for a new ft'niit'lii.t-. allowing them to put up new polra and wirea throughout the city, nml piiHHililv change the preaeul Iih-u-lion of the poles anil wirea. It waa thought that Ihe council would take nilimi on thia franchise Monday, but nothing more than a mere iliaeiiHaiou among the alder men took place The council aecmcd to be highly in favor of the improvenieuta to. be liuule in the light plant nud will doiiiitleaa grant the fraiiehiHc, provultiig the do mnnda of the applicants nre reaaon nble. Saur kraut always kept on sate at Aulsen' Meal Market. Wc want your your produco Ui Leader. trade. Iliiug in u 'I he I irand Iliglieal market piicc paid for corn, oat and all kiml of produce at Me Corniick, Sprott A Co'. Marri&sc Licence. Octnlier 2nih, J. F. W illiams ami Mis (ienevlvo Jarretl, ol I.iberlovillc ; married 22d, by Lid. W. K. Culler. 22d, Luther Lore and Miss Anna Long, of Ilonne Terrc; married Klitb by Kev II. J. m Tour. 24th, I'eler Smarchaiid Mia Cath erine Maeoiigli, ol St. Frnncoi.; no return. 2 Bt h, ti. W . Pollard nml Mim Vir ginia Meyer of Furmiiigtou ; married by Kcv Win. J. Hey. " 2Mb, Samuel lloyeraiid Cora Ward, of I lea Inge; man led .loib by Iter. N. O. Flt-minE. Novembec ilrd, Oncar llrown o Farmitigton and Mia llirdio Adam of IteilegradR; married name day by Sijuire It. C. Tucker. Dili, Jiihn Flood and Mi Ma) belle Ilayea, of Flat lllver: mariicd same day by S.piire K. C. Tucker. iith, Nnrice Arena and Mis llertha lloblman, of llonne Terrc; no return. 3rd, David Snow of LI vim snd Mia Aliee La Chance of Flat Itiver; mar ried same day by Sipiirn It. C. Tucker 1st, 11. I. ScbaMian and Mi Annie llelkin, of Liberty villc; married 2nd by S.juim U. C. Tucker. 6th, Leo D. Karl of Farmingtnn and Mias Lli7.aletli Preside of Wein garten; uo return. Canvas ham and bacons alwsyt on baud at Aulsen' City Meal Market. Tou will find a choice line of under wear for gentlemen and ladies al M C Corruick, Sprott A Co's. Messrs. Hen and John Towl, 1. 8. Cole, Itob lloawcll, and I-ouiia and Frank Illattcrman of St. I.oui left Thnrsday morning for a two week licet bunt In Reynold county. J. C. Morris of the firm of Morris Itroa. has been In St. Loni the past week buying another carload of furnl- lure, which witl be in by to-morrow (Friday). Don't buy till yoo see this line. Tbe play of "Farmer Hopkins" at tbe Opera House Wednesday night was a nice, clean production, and the acting was Abort tba average. Every mem ber ot the company rendered his or her part well. A large aadiervoa was present and they appeared to enjoy every part ol the play. For Balk i A 327 acre farm, 2 miles vent ot Irondale on Fotosi road and joining Federal ht& Co's. land; 150 acres in eultivation; all under fence; good D-room b-iue j barn; all kioda of water j one of the beat traeta in Waahington eontity and will go at a bargain. WUI tell all or tny half intereat in tract. Addrrtn E. L. Mt-Comber, iroudale, Mo. . .. r'l'AAVVVV--Tl" EVERY BODY IS TALKING ABOUT CLOTHINQ AND DRY GOODS. THE Mr. D. J. Doiighly wa In St. Iui the lust of the week al the bedside ot hi son F.IIU, who is very ill i!h pneumonia. If you want a nico gold, silver or any other kbid of watch, at the lowest prices, either ladle' or gentlemen's, go lo Telley's Jewelry store. Mi-sei. Uuuth and Drown, teacher at Llmwood Seminary, and Misne F.lsio and Allele Cayce will go to St. I.oul Friday afternoon lo lipar Solh ern In "If I Were King." No matter what you may need in tire Shoe line, yon can be supplied at Hcrxog'a. Hi tock is large, well aamllvl mil uWlpd Willi a Pant for thp iieoit of all. Ilia piires are ri'htjj w'.t. uahVi; anil win please you. Knob Lkk Hems. Well, here cotitea Anon ngain. I am sorry I couldn't be with you Inat week, but I waa off on duty. A boy of near thia place named Homer lluluui shot himaelf acci dentally Sunday night, inflicting a painful ami pet Imps a fatal wound. Died. October "HI h, infant child of Win. end Itelle O ltannon. Weep not, dear parent; your dar ling haa gone to wait for you in that brifclit and happy land. A revival mrVting ia in progress this week, led by Kcv. Arthur lirigaby. I hope there will lie many soula snvvil by the touching aer- mona Itro. tirigabv givea Ha. NovciiiIkt :i. Aniin. (io to lot lev' for your wedding ptesenls; you can gel the very Hung needed. (iet your lrcb aiiaage nl Auleu' Cilv Meal Market. Plain and elliiing buck - heat Hour and panrake Hour at Klein liroeer Co. RcaolulloBs nl Miaislerial Alliance. Wberaa, Kcv. J. D. Walwin h re igned Ihe paMorale of llie baptist C Imr cb ot Farmingtou, Mn ; and. wheieus, he waa an active member of the.MiniBtmi.il Alliance ol this city; it Iteaolved, That wo pill on record our appreciation of hi uniform cour tesy and cheeilui cu-opcralion in alt CUialiau work, and we hereby com iiiend him to all whom it may concern a- a faithful ami earnest miniater of Ihe (impel. It. M Tti.iis.itT, Pres. W. It MeixiiiNAf-K, Seery. Nov. 3. 1UU2. Monthly reMirt for Somluary School, for the month beginning Oct. Iith and closing Oct. SOlh. F'.nrollmenl male '."J; f 'liiale, 27; total i''. ; total num ber of daya' atleiidsuce by all the pu pil for the mouth 1'JV ; average daily ntteudence 4 9 19-20; number attend ing every day '.'9; number absent 6 or mine day 1 1 ; nnmlier nl cases of tar diness, 0; truancy, 0; corporal pun- i-llllietll, II. llt-H Ji NMM.-i. Teacher. lly llie premature explosion uf elect ion firework at Madison Sipiare (iar drn, in New York City, Turaday night, ten H'rsun are believed to have been killed and a number seriously Injured. Fun Sail Klcganl home, right rooms all new, highest and IhmI part of Ihe city. 'i.acion given im mediately. F.asy terms. Apply to Clay, lluck & Fleming. Produce Market. VV limit ut corn Kl.iui e Hal Mrfll liar r ton IrlstilVHatoe KweaH INitatoes .... Applrs, r llUltl'l .. onion Orleil Apple t'hli'keiis r Krjrlns I'hlrXent .. kft e no Uirtmi r Uenns r laishol.... Usmin r a ijim r a .- & . II Ot, w II au KM) W noarln an SM Ol ... ... sow -si Ii i 0M IS II .. Vm , 1 n as W'l IS 0 1 an M la now rl aurstiuw MolBMes. aslt w hW naanswaar a Adminifttrator'a Notice- Ki-tlr-n I herw.) irlrxn that leUnrs ol sit nlni.lrntM.ii wr snintKl In lis vul-r-smni-U lijr Hi I'mlnirliiurl or at. Vnanniis nnin 7. Missouri, ilalaal Hi IMh liar ol ..,,li infir. Mis. on llss etl ot W. 1). B. .'"(- t.K, INsrwsa, All iwrson tiaxlna claim analnst sM ewuiti- art riuliaa inrxiiirat ISi-m lo Ihe Ailiiiinlstratiir lor allowniiee within raw -rtr frm Hi rtat nl mkI MHIr or ttvf mar In iin-rliiin--l tniisi any l-pnt-ni al saal Minin. and If not exhliiltMl fnr ailiiwam-v wllliin two jrsaar frooi lh dat ol salU UH U. the, will 'fiFFiima, Xer. t, I9el, IUI.IH- Adrolnmrator. LANG U BRO. AXi rACTrarai or- r WAGONS, , e BUOQIES, PLOWS, Aim dkalxu : Farm Machinerys I Lumber, &a rrrr wof( Asm m aotmar iat sv-aiAt ODAtATXIt- ' Voohers' Cash House, Farmington. UNDERSELL EVERYBODY tjvcoii iii:i,iu:i ALL KIMOS OC FARM . aal'BIALTr Aktici.ks or Hucmkiiolu ("oxvkmkm k 1. . 1 ., Bruahes. l eather Ibistcra, eee4ee4ia4tv. ST. FRANCOIS I.BMIAL5TOCR, t0, 000 SURPLUS, $10,000. V. T. HAILE, Pnrt't J.M. MORRIS. V ce P,,-, I. J. f COVER. Ci a.-L.t.......".. " ' - l"i "'T I'IM.l It 1. mh:i(1-. J. U ) eev PPLAY8 BUCK & Offlea la BEALTY BUILDING X eeveesee eeeee44 f t-'KAr, j. m a. v ,u:Mia. I t """ tU. A,.,,, V',IH. Slltmy 5 T..e,ho.eNo.:.. LOAN AGENTS, Farmington, St. Francois County, Mo. HERmAM TRAUERIMICHT, MERCHANT TAIL0R --FARMINGTON, MO.-- -nrC'-"?lr'T;l" l.- - - Carries a fine line of Piece Gootlu nnd Large AixaortmeDt of Samples foi SuitinRs and Overcoats fVom which to order. Work and Style Ounranlet-d First Class. Price Satisfactory. Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done. A Correct Ij a Heal Up t So arc those th it lili i;m; m.iki s not years back but the Inlet. IK- keeps up with every little nml curve that ivcs the garment a mote graceful aipe!ii.iiiee. The Coronation Suiting is the most poptthr among the Swell Drescrs lor Fall aiul infer Wear, with tlii'ir licnutiftil mixture vi ;i!nl P.Iark. Soo TT1in For Suits $17 to $10 00 Trousers tt 50 to 12 J. F. PUTTIVIAN, I Merchant Tailor, Has just rccfivitl his Fall ami Winter stink of Picve GckmIs anl Samphs, t in !racin "COK'OXA TION " (roods and all the- must at tractive and dressy patterns. He invite you lo cnll and examine litem, Mire thai you will be pleased; and Iu work, alylc and lit be guarantee pel led satisfaction. Hi piiep will be found lno-t reasonable. West Side Public Square, larmington, Mo. Farmington -FARHiNQTON, M. BDTTERFIELD, Proprietor. 1,000,000 Fruit Trees for Fall and .Spring Trade. Best Varieties for this Climate. Apple, Peach, Pear, Mum, Cherry, A prion, Quince, Ooose berries, Currants, Itaapberries, Itlni-klasrrie, Strawberries, Lhubarb, Asparagus, Partica wishing to put out orchartls will le jxiven the benefit of my ong ywtr's expcriem'C in -election tA varieties suited to locality, etc. Plant Cherry trcca. Shade trees, Gooseberries and Rhubarb now. . Sale Yard Opposite Maylcrry & Illghlcy Livery Stabte. Telephone No. 148. 'vvvvv-?v-irvvv7-rvv-i 19r SMOIZS FOR MEN AND WOMEN. AAAAr.AAAAaVA Hardware All kinds orSMiitlngHupillsa IlriM.t.ia, T,.ya. Novelties. Kte. FAKMINUTON, MO. eeeeee4Hae COUNTY BANK. . " " '"" -1 .f.i-..fi . ,,4 "i I. 111,, nt if turn irM.ifa. ('A'. f. r.. aw lk T. T. Tri.UH.-K. l: V -WINK. eeevev,e) FLEIV11HCT ABSTRACTERS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and Garment, to date Garment, in style, Oorroct Drosa. i t GIERSE, VOl.R TAtLOft. Nurseries O. ltms. Shrubs, Shsde Trees, Lie , Ktc. Prices Rcasonablo. 1 i i