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SMITH, BLEECK & CO.
UiSTftACTS Bott' vou get aorvioen of m expert nli- VSfA' 1 V( ' itractor and lltle examiner. A'..i . ESTATE RENTS. TENANTS ARE PROMPT PAY. Farrnington Times I It I DAY, NOVKMHEK IH, 1904. COUNT Y OFFICERS. ttaie Mutator J lhttoti ..,,, ntutle Wntw frustum Ju.iu.. ... i "Hit 1 1, r tt LL.i. k Judic i lot lilatrtcl .i Brawn i mm) Juilifi. - '"' wsirii I hmjw miw imlee "i I'mlmte. llurk I i.i iiit i '"mi Hi it i uiintjf 1 wirt . i. ii li-.i iin-r - Proai-euOn: lltornajt li. II. NAtione ,1.1. tl ii 1 1 IB . ..i a. i.t in im l HANI BICUABitSO -. .1 IlkS-l hi ,, II, Ml Ill-ill ii ii llAuai ic hi. iii teuton eyor . . s i.. Assent ... Illl A I- t.V!S A . II . ABBB COURTS i. .h iii i: .nlliour, Jii.U" m.litya I i liiy. no-'""' WW v i ,,. s ii . ..i in Mrst Monda) i IB Wbrea. y Hu M.i-.i.t I Kovoiutter. i.K1BAri i - i Manila in Jun larj . kprlli .ini mi'1 "liitaii CHURCHU. I't ,-, v lie I ' HI. ' loi i i. ii lilna surola) n"n In - . iili.li Ktll -'I " " ' '" "M Uahi s. sopeftntenilenl " ii Kilitawlai evening i in- oral . mi ra wrr, I. it .iim.iv. Pnalor Preaching it aundaj , um and eeimlngs aerota BBBuol ' . . , . t :. .-lll V H I III . Ill l.l.l . v. .uiniiaiiitv Hvanlna tin: , , M .-In flat BOtB. i I ,1 III v . W. B. He i.iiut. k Matin I'ranelilttg rjr Banna ,(,, ;,,, HvrnlBtc; sunitay SOOOOl ill i in J,, n i. Mu.it. aufKMrtntend't. ii'iitiiiu even v..iii.'.iii) I'v.-iiinu tlnw oachWednnday i-vi'iilu Humliil achoolel W '. . ),. Kitiati Intottdent , II is . III ai II l.l.l' I' - HlUWl I't.toi I'i . , i . III:.' .-.. ! UUde) WnrBtttg uml . v i ,,ii, itundai wIhI .-n'iy nak ai , in .1 . -. . i i . BpeflBlB4M, I i mi mis HI I BOBUtBO. ttMtOI , ,. ,, i,-i, . . , i Huadaj raornlrm eaeept Hi, luurtli it. -.1.1-111 attar .-liiin ii , , ; , i iiii ii Tooai t . raanleBl ,,.. . nam v. n aundajr eaeept "rst '' i...,-.-i.-k . . .! . i.i-ni -.in" .'-ii at : '. I R I B I R. R. it Kivendde with Arrive St. Louis, s 48 a. hi. i on p.m. 7:15 1 nil At 1 ile Km k Hlfflng: 1 1 40 11, in. 5 ju p. in H .1 . Ml. - Iron i Km l ,ili. , HIIIH'I I ill-. Mi, nut iiii U i Iiii) ,1m:-- ..I l.n ikman t'rnnhcrric i Klein'. 1 1 lllfl altm's .1 lllOg. ii:i-k. i gr" - :i Kmj.ii Uroow '" '- All) killll ! Ill-nil itHMHPlI K Ml it rili-in'- Ha , "ii.. 11 il- 111111 MMMJ :ii Kltlilt'a Mix- Lulu Mlllnr'i I"" bViWImk MBbriil lor ilk Km, I until in.-.- Imriiora lo ! Iwvl M B. f. (Irolimli'a Specialties for ThanksRivniR at McKinney's. ; 1 II II .null, 111 n II I.' Km ivu- iii lira 11 J 1 aUirrlitJf Mi i .1 1; ink- 1.1 neal Hbmarck Illl-, ill Inn II v -1 1 I : I v Pill nalllMll 1 lk Bllll -.'II. ml aUtli .1 I.. I'. in - New KtMid. M .ii. in Morao "i MbartyvilMi liad bntlHr-i in i"" 11 Momlajf' Jnlm 1 Hi niuii ..I ii1 Creak in t.,in -in iiii-iin-- MundajTi Mi John Albert "i Dotloga bad 1,11-11 in iria 11 i-ilnsaday. foil will nlwayi I'm. I a tall line ol t ho in--1 make "i KhiMw :.i Heraag'a. y.iii cnii buy aewlag uaabiaea eboapei -ii I'oiley'i than aay plao Uarilaiiaui ii uml naleriali im 1 im' nil iii "iiii'i :,i Mi- Lulu Mlllor'ii 11.1:11 Ititehin Hi HainliUin, Ohio, La lilting in lain, Mi-. .1 W. Hook Mi- Man MoGlara ol Si. Louir Ii viiiling I1.1 mother, Mrn. A. .1 Ueath 1 r-. lira, 1. 1. Caatleman uml lltlla daaghinr Virginia rlaltad ralaiivaa in Potoaj ln-i i'rk. Order taken Im ongravad rhtltlag eanh at I'm Inn - ufllee. Cull ami aas ttyloa and 1 arnploa. II11- 1 kaaal I vrr Itrnuihl til I .11 III illl' I Illl v,1, rtoquette, lirusscls, Axminster ) Art Squares 9x12 feat, $16 TO $25. Full Line of CARPETS, RUGS and SAMPLES. or if m IRON BEDSTEADS iirt tlic proper lliing. COLE & N IXN MERCANTILE C. shut gnn ihelli at KlelD'i. I Pore maple ryrop i Kirin'-. Carpel taeki nml it ore polish ai K lein's. kfri, M P. Ceyea i- rlaUtag lmr aoat, MIm Heaton, m si. i.ouis Wait tnr the Pmbytariaa Baaaar before ae looting row ( hrletaiai ihi-n- anta. Mi. Pbil Bbaw ol Idalio is hern mi 11 vliii t.i but brother, Mr. w. 11 Shaw. Mi and Hn Riley Moore of Knob I. n k ware la Iowa nbopplng li Rat nr. lay. Mra, .1 C, Woodworth want lo st Louie Monday lo inand bobm lima at lliu hail Mr, ii Bradley i Llbertyrllle wai a oallei at Tiia TiaiKi oMaa Wad noeday. Heady to- - wear liatu uml all aa iriruiueil ibanaa at soal al Mhai Lnlu Millar'a. Mn John Bentley im- gone i" i'ra rie .In Boehor, 111 . lot a week'i rlall ! (riendi. A aaa line 1 itauipail linen juil re eeired ai Mlaa Lulu Miller'a, (Jail ami filT I Ill-Ill Oysters, Celery, Cranberries and Turkey for Thanksgiving at McKinney's. Mi linuien Komier i- dangerootly ill al the borne oi Iii daughter, Mra Richard Butbotlantl Mi v Levi Myen oi Laneaiter, i'enn., ia lierc lo hpen.l the winter with her .-. s. II. Myon a great nombern artielea initable for luiliilay preaentiai the freebyterian Baaaar on I lee, 8th Mr, Antolne I. Carrow, 000 "i Ma rion lownanlp'a inbetantial old oitixeoa, ni in town tbil week Mi-- Bnth Telllorrro ol Virginia ami Mim- Josie ltielieaoii nt l'nln-i arc- vl-- iiin Mn Philip Cole Mr, Holla M'b:i-tnlll, 000 oi Milt River' i enterpriiing eltiaan, had bua i mi- in t.iu n yoilerday. Mi-- Mabel Lea Charlton ol Charlee lou ii here riatting Iter mother, Mra, f, C Chariton, iod liitan, Mra i R. Kloniing and ion Ward have gone to Nanhviiic, Tann . in rla- it rolativei lor aoverai weeki It you wi mi woddlng ui hull.. lay preaenta, lie aura ami call at Tetloy'a Jewclrt siuit- before buying obaiwhere Take )imr Tarkeyi l Ilic farming- mn Hercaatlle Co. They iii laaraataa ou the hinliisl market price for them I in- I ad tea ..! the Motbodial Kpiaoo pal Cborch, smith, olearod am 1100 ai then dinner ami baaaal hut week. I inn' will li.- :ni abuudauoe ol good wholeaoniti ami delusioni eandy im aale al the I'raabyterlan Baaaar Hoe. Hth. i iii- i.uli,-- Aid .it tin: Preabyteriau uhuruli will aerve a line lurkey dlnuei mi Hoecinboi nib, during inelr Hu aaar. Mi. i. .iiii. 'i K Peera kafl yeaterdaj I. u I'exaa in apeud tin- winler with hi brotber, li.". I'hll I Peera ol Bel- Baton. Mi-. IV H A nt 1 1 ' 1 1 and ber ooueiu, Mra, Cliaa u( Denver, Colo , vMled Putoai ralalivea loi n oonpla of liay-. till- W.'l'k . I In- M R ami II I it ill MH dailj round i a a j tiokola, with vavaa dayi iiniit, to St. oulaa until el. ini! of World'a Kair. Mra. i.iiiiiih Nalaon, who has been here iiitm rclaiivea lor aoma Una, will return to hei borne in Morpbya Imii. i, ill. , n Batui .lay , Mr. ami Mra. Ktl lloxier ami Ibeil daugbtera, Mlaa (lladya ami Larinia, went down lo tile Ueaevieve Baturday to vinit Mm Henry Roaier, Dr. I.. M. Perkina, who has been looting relative! and Irlendi liere lor leveral week-, leli lor hia bonie In Ta oonta, Wash , last 'i'aoaday. "Aunt" illia Douthil is a Kair vis itor this week. Her son Wesley, who i-. ieaohing lObool at link Itiile, Mo,, lent lier money lo make I he trip. Mra. V. s. Anthony entertain Thoriday evening in honor of her onutin, Mr, anil Mr. Cliae of Denver, Colo , who w ill leave (or Iioiiib on Bunday. B. v I. r topic lor neal Sunday evening is, "Hon Kxpre Oni Thank in Uml,, -Palm 188: i -h. Kvery body lovlted ami an lolereating maajt-iii'- antieipaledi For anle Nine acres rich land, new three-room hoUN, plenty ol water, lo Oatad near Stale Hospital No 4. Term, ?1" per month until purchnse price is paid. Apply to Clay, Bock iV Fleming. The I. adies Aid ol the Preebyterian chinch gave a very oooeeafBl enter lainmenl at Blmwood Monday evening. The "Family Allium" was shown, ami there were VOOal anil instrumental nambcra ami a recitation. Notice to W F of M All member ol Deelog Local No. St9 W. I . of m. an roqoeeted to turn in their membership oarda lor Inapeo lion I. W Siiankii, Sce'y. Household Goods at Private Sale. The andewlgued will dlipeai of hia liouacliolil gooils al private sale until all i- aolil. J. II. Caoosa, llianmrck, Mo. FARMINGTON IMPROVEM'T CO Is the Name of a New Enterprise Just Organized with a Capital Stock of $10,000. A new stock company has been or ganlaad ami looorporated under the name of the Parniugton Improvement Company, for the pnrpoae ol buying ami sellinj- Iinuls ami platting same as addition and auburban place to Farm Ingtoni building and eontraeling dwell ing houses, renling same and carrying on a general real estate bUlineta, T he inoorporaton are Halle lima. & Co., W L. Ueniley, B. H. Marbury, .1 C. Williams. J. A. Bprott, K II Myers, .). C. Watson, T. P. Sprolt ami T. II. Mover. The capital stock i- place. I at 10,000. The company have already lioiigbl seventeen acres ol land ol .Ju.ige k K. Swiuk, oppoalle his resiilet and be tween tba electric railway power house anil Farmiiigtoii. T his Iraet bus been laid out into strcels ami building l"li ami will be calluil Suburban Place 1 1 is a beautiful location for resiliences, anil laces the elccltic railway. Death of Mrs. Alfred Y Doss. Hn October 29th Allreil V Ibi-s paaaetl away al a ripe old age, ami now we are called upon to obroninla the death ol his devoted wife, Mis. Mary Ann Doss, which followed thai of her boaband In less than two weeks, on November 9th, 1904, aged seventy six years, nine months ami twenty. area day. Mi Doss, wi. somai.ten QamO was Williams, was horn in Lob I MOO Bounty, Tann,, January 18, ihJH, nml was married lo Allied V D.i-s March 26, 184". She Joined thr M. F Church, South, when liven ty year "I age. and has lived a devout and ohrlltlan life Ir.nn lhat tiuui She was a woman of many cvcellcnt vir tues, a loving and devoted mother and had many friend and admirers among those who knew her. She leaves three sons and one daughter and a numbei if grand children lo morn the hs of a good christian mother. Funeral er vices were conducted nt Salem Cborob on the I Itli I OIL Death of Judge Bogy Judge J. L Bogy of Ste. Cenevieve died at hi- home on the 16th lnt. He was a member of one of the oldest Frenoll (amllle and one ol the inot prominent citizens of ihc county. Wanted ! Our orders for Thanks giving Turkeys are such that we want to buy all the Turkeys we can get, and will pay the highest mark et price for same, COLE & NIXON MERC. CO. Furinington, Mo Tim election ia oviir, tite fall wmk is ilmm-. now ia the lime fm the young men to start In the Spimgtichl Normal School. A Vaar1 schooling in lhat lntliitlon is worth $i.,MM to an) ener getic youiiug man . Remember that I lie Farminjlon Mcr. tanlile Co. oiler a niie present to the I ady bringing " the largest number of Turkeys. Mr-. Mary O'Donaboe of Toronto, Canada, died at hoi home theic on thr I '.'In, aged Ml) yems Shu was a si. ler ot thi! late Mis. Thomas l.ang and had visited her leveral times. Her fu ueral took place mi the 14th at St Mary's church, Toronto K F. Packard of Flat River had his leg broken Inst Friday by a barrel ol molasses rolling on il He was help ing unload some bin els, when one fell, breaking the leg between the thigh and the knee. Drs. William and l opping set the leg. At McKinney's, Saturday, No vember 19, the National Biscuit Company will have a demonstra tor to demonstrate the superior quality of their goods. Kegular -ei vices will be bald at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday morning and evening. Ber, C. K. Hicknk bail expected lo go to Sic Genevieve to conduct the opening ser in the church titcre recently built These services were postponed, how evur, os the fuinitutc for the church has not been received , Dr. C. I,. Blank, who has decided to make Farinington his home, has lil ted up an oilier in room No. IV Kcalty building, where he may be found dur ing O0oa hours when not otherwise professionally engaged. Dr. Blank is a physician of experience, having successfully practiced bis profession at Pilot Knob for many years. He is well known lo many oi out people, and hn ami his interesting family are a welcome addition to our town. To Cure i Cold in One Diy Take LAXATIVE BBOMO QUININK Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to euro. E, W, drove's signature is on each box. 20c. .lust received a tine line of lamps, beauties, to be aold at phenomenally low price. Come early and avoid the ruah. K. C. (iitoUM'K. I McCARVER SENTENCED. January 5, 1905, Named as the Day of Execution -- Appeal to Supreme Court Granted and Stay of Execution Ordered. Last Friday morning Judge Samuel Devi of the Flfteoath Judloial Circuit, the trial judge in the (. P. McCaiver murder case, was here pursuant to pre vious arrangement lo hear motion ami argument of defame for a new niai The defendant was preaeut with his attorney during the tiling of the mo tion and the argument, alter which court adjourned until Saturday morn ing, whi n Judge Davis overruled the motion for a new trial A motion in arrest of judgment was then made by the defense, which was also oven tiled, and Bantenoe was passed. Judge Davis in parsing sentence up on the defendant said . "Mr. McCaiver, stand up Mr McCnrver, have you anything to say why the judgment ol this Court, in aOCOrdaUOe with the verdict render el, should not be pronounced upon you?" "I have nothing lo say," said Mr. McCaiver. Judge Km is then said "it is on neoeaeary lor me lo tall you whai the verdict mean H mean Unit you Mtuil pay the death penalty No doubt your able counsel n il! appeal the case lo tin; Supreme Court Ol Missouri, ami lhat Court aa constituted is both su perior in number and wisdom In Ibis Conn, ami they will mil permit the judgment ol thia Court to b aaeeuted null's- upon the whole rot. ml it should h executed. But conns are fallible, and I would advise you not to rely too much upon human wisdom, hut rather look to a Higher Power. "It ha- been an old custom of courts, in passing judgment upon a defendant for an offense of this t-haracler, to give the defendant a long moral lecture. I never did believe in thai and will not indulge in il now. "Mr McCaiver, the judgment ol this Court It, lhat on the .Mb of Janu ary, 1906, you will be taken by the Sborlfl of st. Fraooola county, ami at the jail in St. Francois county , and be tween the hours of eight o'clock a. in and six o'clock p. , the death pen alty inflioted upon you by hanging " There was the utmost silence in the court room while the Judge with eii denl amotion and feeling was pro nouncing the solemn sentence. Many eye were on the defendant, who stood laoln the Judge, apparently as un moved as any one of the spectators. There win no perceptible change in hia countenance from the lime the Judge a-ked him to -laud up ami he had announced! "I havo nothing to say " His wile, brother and a little grand daughter were in the court loom at the time and passed through the trying onlcal, sustained in a measure porhapa bj the hope thai the hlgbeal court would in some way Intervene to save one whom they loved from the dread -eutence which they had beard io solemnly pronounced. There was mnch sympathy loi them throughout the solemn scene. The defendant then, by hi- attor- ni ls, tiled an affidavit lot an appeal lo the Supreme Court, which was grant ad. The defen was given until Feb ruary 16th, I906 to lile a hill of aa Ooplion, and a slay of execution was ordered until the cause can he beard ami paaaed upon by the Supreme Coon The defendant was again remanded to the OUltody Ol the Sheriff and taken to the St Francois county jail, where he will remain, unless otherwise or den. . I, until Bnal dltpoetliou of thu eaue I made The Wend) ing Lecture. The tii-t entertainment of the wlnlei oourae will be the lecture by the cell' bratod orator. (Jeorge B Waudllng The subject has Dot yet been aanpunood Inil eminent critics have given BUOh eulogistic reports of them all that there is a pleasure in store for llioae who at tend Il i- said that bis beaiily of diction, fofoe ol logic ami earnestueaa are the leading eharacleri-tics on the platform. Thl (Friday) evening at the ( ipei a House. Country Home Burned. The reoldonoo of Mrs Catherine Herod, near Big Rivet Mills, was de llroyed by tire last Sunday afternoon Than was nobody at home except Mrs Herod, w ho is HU years old, and a lit tie boy, and the house and all it! con tents were burned This most excel, lenl old lady has the sympathy of a host "f friends in her heavy loss. Tabard Inn. T here are twenty-nine hooks belong ing to the library which are missing and (..r which Mr Woodworth is re .sponsible. All members who bavi more than one book are requested ti return them al once, so that a settle njionl may be made. One hundred and twenty books have been shipped from Chicago and are expected within a few days. In the meantime, return the old hooka. At Cost or Less. In onlcr to make room for a large stock of Holiday Qoodt whloh will be gin to arrive about November IS. I will sell at actual cost or leas a lot ol oihl pieces of china, glass ami OJUOOn ware left over from formor stock. Come and take Ibom at your own prieo. A L. Oiitsk. Announcement The Mission Hoard of Franklin Asso ciation will meal with Union t'bnreh mi Baturday before Ike fourth Sunday in November, 1904, at 10 a. 111. and We truat that aaeb church will bo rep resented by its hoard nieinbura, with a liberal contribution fjr the district work. L. V. Ykatks, I'roaident Hoard. Strayed or Stolen. A dark bay mare pony, IH hands high, small white saddle mark 011 right side, in good condition. Liberal re ward will be paid for ber return to BlmWOCaJ Seminary. Klein tirocer Co. want your picl-ed apples. Ayers You can ctepeod on Ayer's Hair Vigor to restore color to your fray hair, every time. Follow directions and if never fails to do this work. It stops Hair Vigor raI!inKofthe hair.olso. There's great satisfaction in knowing you ore not going to he disap pointed. Isn't that so? 11 Hi tiko is anllt li aaa aaoal wiiii it look ii,t oaa IwUla ,if Aim-, lUIr Sl..rt., rr,t..,o it o tl, ronnlff .lark, rleh .'.il.ir tour Hair Vlic.r earUMlill doaa wh.it ,,.,1 rut, i, f,,, tt. -A. M. BUflOaa, Uoi'kli.Kl,s.ii,, N. C. ,- i a tiottis. All i, for Fading Hair CIRCUIT COURT. The regular November term of the Circuit Court began last Monday. The docket Im the fust two weeks is devoted to criminal oases, and the civil docket begins Decembet I 'Jlh Joe Laffrlll nml Win. Brown plead ed guilty to robbing Roberta' jewelry tore al f.ivin- last i I h , and MB 1 Icncc was ilelcrred The Cordon perjury ease was called Monday, Judge Uavl on the bench. Prosaeullng Attorney Anthony and Marbury tiled motiou asking l.n a -pe eial jury lo try the ca-e, which was granted. The defense tiled affidavit and motion In disqualify Sheriff Mm pin in the in. oi. -i of aummoolng jury, which was overrated. The defense then filed affidavit ami motion for eon- llnuanoe lo the nest term, on the ground of the abaanoa of Mra. Wdne berg.'t ami .Icrre B. Qoom, two of the witne-scs Court overruled the motion a- to Uoeaoffl, and also ns to Mrs, Weneberger, but passed case to next Monday to give detente tune to lake deposition of Mrs W., who is sick with oeniumptlon, hut detente did mil sue out onltimiaaion lo lake her deposition. The Court ordered the Bheriff to summon a apeoial panel of forty men as Juror t" report at U o'ciork oet Monday mnrnlne. A number of misdemeanor cases were dlpoOd "I during Ihc week KNOB LICK Lewi Betvat wiu in Fttrmiugioi Mm- (fetish Nut 110 ii ii Knii" visihir l In MR . rmiik MudlertfUlttll wifin 1 iiriniii- (chi M Mnl: v .1 s. Jatralgan v:is in Kartutnglui thil We96 "Il I'M-ilir--. Jc'tM1 Moon IMilofle vp6Dt Bun lay with Hu; home tuikv MhH- Nellie mm! (iraoe Hlbbltti tp6Ul liSl week at I lir Kitil . Mr and Min. Charley Itonlon hu: plaiting tlit- Kali tliN wwi Charley Marry ol noar Mine l.n Motte Maj in Kntih lick nuuday. Mi Hen lluwnlng of Ue Knn wai in Knob Llok one daj lot aoak Miss Beaale Medley "f Kroderlektown vialtcd iioiur i k here Sunday. alter lllbbltta til I lal Rltai waa bare Hundai ( ee hln home inlk Mis-!". Atinit. Ilenalo ami Dollej Mnl leraniHIl tilt' li-itni tin- I llii- wrck Mra Martha Muollerainaiif who let" iii'i'u sii k fm -nine time. In Improvlnff lowly. Allan Uibtilita mil Mlaa I minie ltaai nt Kradariokloa n iaited home folk bare Bunda) Tlif farmem ol llila vtctnltj tut bnsj gathering corn The oorn oron is not very heavy iii t hia . leinlty, IkOv. I-nil Cu tutor ol i 1 edei loktovrn Sllad hia appolntiuenl hi thla place laat Bundaji and wtu aaaialed by I'aal WANTED BY COLE& NIXON MERC. CO. LIKENS RUSSIAN TO FLINT. Qoorr Oould, on Raturn front Euro paSAB Tour, Saya TlilngH About tlie Oaar'a SubJeetH. OcorKe J Oould returned on the Philadelphia from a 4,000 mile auto mobile tour through Burope in the smoking room of the Philadelphia an American resilient of Moscow spok- one evening of iha Ruealan iiress cen- floruhfp "Through tbl eanaorehlp," hu aald, "the wur news has been pervert 1 horribly Repulaea have heeii o banged Into Bdvaneea, and routs Into victor ies. Hence, on the occasion of a BOBOn defeats, I have aeen the deluded Hus slana, thinking they had won vic tories, light big bonfire and caper nhout them joyouslv Ituusln, when I left, offered the world the Kpcctaile of defeata every win re anil (Ires of rejole- lug everywhere " "The Ruaalana are like Hints," Hald Mr Oould, "Th more you heat them tho mora nr.- they make." Freak of the Wind Ail moat beyond belief is the ntnry which comes from England of a trick the wind played noi long ago on the apiru of a Prtabyti rian church, it blew the Btaepla above the belfry some 25 ileKreee out of plumb, to Hint tho plre pointed In a northwesterly direction and tt was leered that It would fall When thu next mornlnx men were en gaged In stfnlKhtenliti; It tho wind veered around nnd blew tt back to Its original pualtlon Of courts It was necessary for the men to straighten It and Its sup ports, hut the wind's freak made their - work much easier. COAL. The i'arniington Conl Company wil I sell you coal. Leave orders at the sta I blca of Mayborry & Highley, phone 4 or Hyinglon Hros., pbonc lit, 1 1 Joy hi , happtoeti oftentimes In mother heart- are brought to dwell Dfcau-e "TKKTHENIA's" biougbt the bloom To baby's cheek- and made it well Anodynes only soothe ami lull lo aleep. ' "TBBTHRNIA" cores the child, regulates the bowels ami save ' he parents many laeplol nights of care and anxiety. UNIVERSAL OINTMENT I- guaranteed to aura pile-, latter, acapnia, nasal oatarrh, pimples, lorw ami eruptions of any kind. 'Joe pet oox. Manufactured solely by V. M LaaKMAN, Druggist, Parmlnarton, Mn. Home Market. Wheat I i Oats . 4 I'orn aa I'lour v tuo M m. N Maal ; lluy r mn UN iriah Potatoes aaa a BWoal r.itat.ies M outona I iau Dried aopte ee Utatoksnaai a at i'i sine rjnteksna ny, Kitss r una at Applas, V bushel -i Mi Battel r i it beans a? huallHt J 7!la.i isi iincon r a H a H1 bun) r a I i allow V Si M irahUBl Molasses I" sail v bill I" Honey It beeswax ft, aj City Meat Market THOS, RUTSEN, Prop. Best meata always mi hand, 2)4 per cent, discount n cash suies. , All or ders iv 'phonj promptly ;i t ti'nd ed to. lH()Nb No. 140. RGB'T-TETLEiY, in Ai re IN. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Silver and Plated Ware Oi tnnai, Xlstioes. SewinL. - Machines and - Attachments. tlictoli. IVXo. yy a 1 1 11 1-s ami ot.ooaa . . . . . OMUUWD ami BIIPAIRKD TRUSTEE'S SALE. Wberaa, II J uantwell, i.y bis rertaln iIimI ol Irust, dated ths vntli .In) ol No eilll.el, IS!'.., Hint -,h-..iiI,hI III III," It,- i-order'a i.nteu or at. Kraacola Dountr, Mlas 1. 111 iH.it tl, ai uaa m eon t.'ii'ii 1.1 in., umlerslaned Iruatee tie. lullowlna iloserllaMl i i satate, altnate, is-lnn and tatlna la the eounlf .r at fn tila and Ntaln ol Mlssuurl, t.. wit rue northeasl ooartei ol tn northwesl iioartsr or section twauti asven 171, town -bl lltlft) .-Is ,iiii. 1-uliKis I.Mir ,1), ala.i tin. iiutliaast quartet of the anothwsai tiuarlMi ..t H...-u..n i w.-iiiy two (XI) . township i tin i) -ix rsi), ranae four t., ronutlafaatnall eiatity acre naQ Which sum eonvejranee was mH.te in trual to swure tlu parnaenl of a certain promla aorv note In aain d i ..r tntsi deeerlneOj nod wii.. tens, by in, tenna ..t sui.i deed -.0.1 nolo la uaat due and remain, unpakl; now, therefore, m in., reuueal of ths i.-khi lioldei of aald note, and in aecordanra with tie. provialuna ol aald deed of truat, 1. in.' un diraianed trustee, win on SATURDAY HUVKMBKM M, ii betweea Lbs boor of nh 'etook in Uta hirsniKMi nnii Bve o'ctoek in llw afternoon uf iitni day , at the south front door or tin 1 nitt House in tin- .-by of ranulngton, in miii si Francois counts, Mis-moi. ..11 ni iinhii,' minion i" in,, niKiiest i i .- . lor cash, the rorejfolna dseci i reel aatata I., niiii-fi satil note iitni the 001 ol eae rulltta Hi's trust .1 11 111 el,, Trust se titi-i 1, can SHERIFF'S SALE. Bj vlrtaapf n ncm aaaeutlon ihkim-.i fi.mt tin-imi-. ot til- riiMk r tin. i iivuii lil t (if W itsliillKlo'i cour.i , m -1 1 1 lutf.ltln' -'Ittl tiny nf 4)'-ti)tnT, t'Jil, lllilili- . t hi imiil'i i" tin- Miiri'h lurui or tii" ' ir nit i.'uufl uf aaW W aehlnaton rouotj r iaoi, t tin if ;irr ol It. Krancou . 1 j 1 1 1 v illim'tntl nml t mi' OiiIIvitimI. In ht or of the iromlele ttonk and HKuinKt Jotin Tarrlll, t have iwliai Mint Ivvlsil upon nil in.' ittfiit, tit im . cntini, intnnwi mm aauiit MM' b-uhl .foiin T. ifiiiu of. 111 miiu to tin r.iiinwiiiK rteacrtbed r'ni 4titntn iltuata. ly m itmi imina in tin- county or hi ranooii lint HMta ol yi Ins" ill it , lo Wll i.ot numberd eight W). t ii numbereil wo taj, in thu town or iJlaj riuci. whleti 1 tubal vlalon of a part or ttta northwaei initrtct or tin' Moi.t linst ijuartiM , un-! u inn t ir t in- Mil im 1 r or lot number una fi) of the iiuvt!Wi'St Miuirtci uf taction five (..), town tilp thirty tlx (ar , ranae four iii aeat, ia rnliy as tin' Kiinic ih mhiwii upon 1 ii pun 01 aid illvlaton r reeordlntne oRlna oi thr. K.-ciinnr or linetls lor un hi t . I" rtincois county, Mtaaoon. it tntm nerebjf uiuim atootl nml agread to in'twi'i-n the pertlaa h'Ti'to . tluit tin' sahl party or th' n"st pat i pi ainl rttaurvea to niinrieir, hiN tieim ami ! ."!.!'. tin- mineral dapotltad ltntMih tin' surface of tba ahove daacrlbad lot as II nr. t he 1 1 it Mint in IvlU'k'i'S ol L'HMlecl tnir ami miniiitt the aame. provldeu no ana ft simii in- fiink or optiiu'd uiMni tin pramtaea h. i.-i.) fonvcyiH, itnii 1 win, on UtthAi NdVKMHKH IBM, lil-tweell the lloliri uf llllH' o ('lock ttl the forenoon and nve o'clock In ttm arterntion .it that ilay at tin.' soutti front door of the 1 rani t House, In tin' city of r '11 rutin aft on, In t he -utintyiif st. 1 t in. stale ir MImhouiI, ami loringtbeaeaatonof tneOtreult Uoutl or mi hi ountv. sell a( xiLiltc vemluc to the hlchi'st hlddar forcaaht all tba riKitt, tttit, pjalm, Intel cut ami estate of thu Kahl John I ivniii or, in ami to the roregoini naacniNHi riMil estate, to natlnr sahl execution ami kftfi II. II, UUBPUY, Sheriff st. prancola Uoontfi Mo NovcnilMii 1, I lOli OF THE CITY OF FARMINGTON. Sec. 3T'J reads, "If any lea-pay ei shall fall or neglect lo pay such collect or his taxes, then it shall he the duty of the collector, after the llrat day of January then next ensuing lo eollcel for nnd account for as other laxea an additional tax as penalty of one per cent per month upon all taxes collect ed by him after the first day of Jnnu ary aa aforesaid ; and In computing 1 1 said additional tax or penalty, a frnc tional part ol a month thould be count ed as a whole month. W. L. Sackmahn. City Collector. FARMIiRS AND STOCKMEN Will find my ( gondii ion Powders honest medi cines, Mini appropriate lo t hedisenses ol horses and Cattle. Not a Food, Km n Hediclne. A 2 Hi Box : "". Cents E. Me LA A K M A NT- "lltf Man llMt Mdkrs Mm aim iiis G terse announces the arrival nt the newest fall falirien l.n- suits, pants ami overcoats. All Ihc latrst brown effects, in medium ami In ai weight. ECach -ml firuaranteed to lit. : : : : Suits $18 to $35. (i I ERSE. Vonr Taller, Farmington JWarble Works, FARMINGTON. MO. MRS. II L. SPAUQH, Proprietor. CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY. MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, COPING, &c All work done by uml under tin anpervisi il nil experienced nnd Bral fins.- marble carvei Good Cothes Wearers aca WANT e Good Clothes Makers To make their clotbe fur Ih. in Vial mil lillll them, 1- Well a an eacetlenl line of the finest piece kikkIs and aamptei to order from at HERMAN 1RAIIERNK HT'S, Mcrchnnt Tailor MAPLEWOOD FARM. FERTILE. WASHINGTON CO.. MO. z. f HiCGitVBOt ham s sons. Proprietors, BREEDERS OF SHORT IIOICX AITI Jl our Herd Hull. I critic Archer IS7626 ia 1 dnrV reit, igtiing in 01 dinary Ba Iha, iu- is ,,1 the '..11111' famllj a- Ceremonioua Archer, recently sold by p, V. Harding ol Waukesha Wit . to P. ( ). I.niuli-n of 1 Iregon, III., for 15,000, We have young stock of both teae loi late it ill little, our herd now numbering jj bead ol register! ,1 ininiaia, We have some heifers for aale that are bred to a ball which I out ol the orange Bloaauui coe e sold some time ig., to Mr. w. A. Better! dge of Coopat county, Mo., for 550. Visit. irs .111 welcome, Our farm is lo eatad 4 mites west of Black well. Z. F. H I GG IN BOTH AM & SONS. Plant Fruit Our Trees are extra line this year. Sale yards al the old stand, south of Court House. Farmington, Mo. Call and see them. FARWIjNGTOl NURSERIES, H. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietor. : : : Ihr Clollirs lliiil 111 I .1101111 el on PHONE. 170 t'armlnicton, Mo. Trees Now.