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jDAijiA Wii-iiiKLT BAZOO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1886.
AT CHARLESTON. "Men and women fell on their knees and without regard to social distinction wept and prayed together." Man goes his way defiant, proud. With petty hate for fellow man, With greed and gaiu his heart endowed, And strivings erst to lead the van. He builds unsealed a wall of ice Between his neighbor's life and his And ager drinks the draught of vice Unheeding where atonement is. But lo! God speaks in thunder tones And says "Behold my mighty power," And man the pygmy trembling owrs His weakness in that awful hour. No longer does his wisdom seem, A tower of strength to keep secure, Piwtrate his awe-struck soul doth dfem. Itself unworthy to endure. Where is his pride, his dreams of gain, His petty hates, his boasted place One moment proved them all in vain And owned Him king of all the race KOaA PeAELE. SOCIETY NEWS. (oy Hwrtf hrtrMrt ruitpM t ai avarc ,-:jlru- ionl:i! or n?i;.liWiit a iiM(MW ,01101! wi citfd. f war: ;. -trie ice:, tttir , ) tfiy lroj- cfirey : SfW IB I the neighbor :.f iis" tnbuiarj tc ia. Mdmi -lt uc l.v iirieMicLi- to" K -a Park, wx'ity reporter E .-o oflke. redalm, Uu. SKDALIA. Miss Johnson, of Toeka, is the guest Miss Minnie Pottei. Miss Clara Tesnier, is the guest of rel atives in Hannibal. Mrs. E. E. Clark visited friends in Shell City, last week. Miss Lollie Mooie, of Carthage, Mo., is again a guest at the University. Miss Kuth Stetler, of Tipton, is one of the new pupils at the University. Miss Caddie Goodwin of Joplin Mo., is the guest of her uncle, J. West Goodwin. Mr. Ed. A, Gould, of Moberly, was the guest of friends in this city last week. Miss Mary Tatum, of Glasgow, was the guest of relatives iu this city last week. Mr. Otto Schnitzerand little daughter, Ada, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Blair. Miss Lizzie Garriatt, of St. Louis, is the guest of Mr. J. B. Van Dyne's family on Broadway. As usual, about half the people of Se dalia are contemplating a visit to M. Louis during the fair. Miss May Cu minings returned Thurs day morning irom a visit with relatives in Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Maude Angier, of For Scott, who is the gue t of Miss Alice Bixby, will remain about a month. Mr. and Mrs. L. A Ross have return ed from a visit wilh relatives and friends in New York and Ohio. Mrs. I ra Psttison and Miss Kittie Kidd, wih go to Ka- sjs City to-morrow evening far a ihort visit. Mr?. C. P. !.vn and children left for fct. Louis yesterday in. ruing where she will retrain for a inonil.V IMt MUs Sallie Hines, of Kingman, Kas., who has been visiting lu re several weeks will return home this week. Mrs. IX A. C lark and children have re turned from a delightful visit with rela tives at Woodtock, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. L. E Davison, Superin tendant and Mrs. Drake returned Wednes day from a tour in Colorado. Miss Blanche Latour will leave next Tuesday for the Convent of the Visitaion, where she will resume her studies. Mrs. J. W. Rood visited in Montserrat iast week, and was the guest of the families of C. 6. Guin and B. F. Richardson. -It is said that Mr. Frd Geunther will be married to Miss Waiker, who was a guest here last winter, in November. Mrs. James Hungerford left last Mon day for Bret ken r dge, Mo., where she will be the guest of relatives a: d "friends. Miss Belle Herrold, who has been visit ing her cousin Mis Ora Hardin, of Mober ly, will return home Thurday evening. Miss Lillie Orton, Grace .Vosher, Sam Johns, Will Byler, Grace Stretch will be among the University pupils this year. Mr. and Mrs. James Glass have re turned from an extended tour through Cal ifornia and are much improv-d in health. Mrs. J. A. Rasbachand little daughter, have been sjendir.g the week with the formers sister, Mrs. J. J. Pierson. at Par sons. Miss May Gold, who is the guest of relatives in Ohio, contemplates taking a course of lessons in painting at Colum tms, Ohio. Miss Crrie Woolridge. who has been the guest of Mrs. Jones for the snmmer, will leave for her home in St. Louis next Wednesday. Mrs. Strot her Clark and her brother R. P. Findlay, of Marshallspent yester day aud Friday night the guests of friends in this city. Mrs. Elisha Barrett and Miss Minnie Barrett will go to St. Louis during the ex position, and from there will go south for an extended tour. Mrs. R. H Moses who accompanied Mr. Hattie Paff on a visit to the tatter's , friends a short distance north of Chicago, returned last week. Mrs. Anna Miner, who was the guest of lier daughter, Mrs. Russell Jennings for the laf-t six months, has returned to her home in Edinburg, Ind. Mrs F. A. Sampson has returned from a visit with her relatives in England. Mrs. Sampson has crossed the ocean no less than fourteen times, it is said. Among those who attended the A. O. V. W., encampment here were Mesdames Brent and Tilford, Misses Efca Arnold and Lola Brent, all of Tipton. Mrs. Maggie Giblan, win was formerly a resident of this city and will be remem bered by many friends, is now in Califor nia, for the benefit of aer health. Mrs. S. L.Highleyman, of St Louis, and her mother, Mrs. Hull, of Colorado, were the guests of Mrs Dr. Carr, last week. They were en route to Harper, Kas. Mrs. George Diehl has not yet gone to St. Louie but will go soon. She will re turn and visit friends in Kansas City af er which shew ill go to ber home in fTexas. In the report of a reception given this week by a cote porary, of this city, it is a difficult matter to tell where a descrip tion o the house leaves off and the lecep tion begins. Vis8 Hattie Guild will leave for Lock port, N. Y., to-morrow, where she will visit her aunt and sister, Vis Mamie Guild. She will be accompanied by her father as far as St. Louis Miss Lee Men?, who was the guest of her cousin, Mr. James Montgomery, last week, left here f .r Nevada, where she is the guet of her sister. She will return here and make n extended visit. Knob Noster had a double wedding last Thursday. The contracting parties were : Mrs. M. A. Thornton and Mr M. A. Harter; Miss Sail i Leiby and Mr. S. Vaughn. The ceremony was performed Rev. G W. Mathia-. Mr. Wm. Latour has just finished a magnificent crayon portrait of the lament ed Mrs Julia Castle Holmes, formeJly of the city The work is extremely tine and t! e likene&M admirable. Mrs. J. R. Barret' will leave his week for a visit with St. Louis friends. She will be accompanied by Miss Anna Bar rett, who will attend school in company with Mis Hattie Alwoou of that city. A surprise par y was given at the resi dence of Miss Mary Stafford last Thursday evening, which was much enjoyed by the participants Miss Mary is agreat favorite and is also a very graceful youug hosieas. Mr Sig Owens, formerly of this city, and Miss Nettie J nks were married at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. Hough, last Sunday evening in Omaha, Neb. Si has many friends here who will wish him much happiness in his new relation Miss Ida Allen, of this city attended the wedding of Miss Annie Lewis and Mr. W. B. Harris near Hon tonia last Tues.'ay evening. One hundred invited guests were present and the wedding wa a very enjoy able one in every detail. Cards are ont announcing the marriage of Miss Cora Olive, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Win. Weller, to' John M. Woods. he ceromony will be performed at Mc- iee's chapel nine miles southwest of Se daliaat 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, September 22d. The young ladies society of Calvary church, wM give an entertainment next Tuesday evening at the residence of Miss Hattie Marvin, No. 223 East Seventh. A fine programme of music, recitations, etc., will be given and light refreshments will be served. Mrs. Elisha Birrett and family have removed from their home on Broadway to the residence formerly occupied by Mr. Geo. bicbsel, on West Fourth street, be tween Moniteau and Kentucky. Mr. Campbell, of the ampbell Mercantile Co, has bought and will cccupv tli residence from which Mrs Carrett emod. Miv C. M. Jacobs served tea to a few of her friends Friday afternoon. Aiu..)g i hose prsec:t were Mr- Ir BajI, Kirs W. A. McXecs, of Wichita. Kas.. Mr I Jackson, of Lamar, Mo., Mm Luiu Fo:d, Alis Belie Jackson, Miss Lena VfcNc and others. The occasion wa very aleaw ant. !iss Nelia Klein, daughter of the well-known merchant tai or of this city, was the recipieut of a handsume goid medal last week. Miss Nelia has practiced the largest nu mber of hours in a given time among the pupils of Mrs. S. Grcirg, and well deserved the honor she has won. Miss Emma Groll, of Cincinnati, pupil of Mme. Marchesif has signed an engage ment with Sig Z tnzoniu to sing in Rome during the next carnival season. She is to create there the leading role in a new opera by Spero Zamera, entitled "Floria Mirabellis." At the time that this engage ment was offered her Miss Groll had under consideration one from Theodore i horn as to sing in the United Mates. The Americau engagement was by far the best financially; but the temptation to create a new opera and to sing in Italy proved too strong to be resisted. Bofjm Mattel Record. Miss Groll was formerly the room-m ite of Miss Julia Castle Holmes cf this city. RECEPTION. Miss Helen Ga lie entertained a large number of the society people last Thursday evening at her handsome residence on Broadway, with especial compliment to her gu t, Miss May Bond, of Savannah, Ga. The reception was very admirably planned by the admirable hostess, and its enjoyable seatur s will be long remembered by the guests. The hostess and htr guests were very handsomely attired; the reception and refreshment rooms were brilliantly ill uminated, the refreshments were daintily and prettily served, and the entire affair a success. Among the guests were : Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Galbreath. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Both well, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Messerly, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Small, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beck, Miasms Kate Faulhabe , Mag gie Ghappell, Mamie Deitzler, Madge Stur- fis, Anna Barrett, Florence Hagar, Nel ie ngram, Lizzie Garriott, of Louis; Emma Longan, Mary Mense, of S.Louis: Ella Quinn, of Vicksburg, viiss. ; Messrs. Ke! oe, Curran, Donohoe, Barrett, Bullard, Jwynes, Chance, Courtney, Scott. Allison, Ilgin fritz, Gilbreath, Steele, Y eater, and others. KE-INIOKS. A re-union of the old and new pupis and also a celebration of the re-opening ot the University took place at that institu tion last Friday evening. A very fine musical programme wa given by Profe-sor and Mrs. Lucy. Prof. Gregg and Tilman Stark. Each of these gave excellent selections. Among the friends of the I' Di versity present were Mr. and Mrs. J. G. White, Mrs. Stahl, Mrs. Ready, J. C. Brandon, John ami Anna Barrett Will Dean and a number of ethers. The re-union given by Prof. Robbins' old and new pupils last Friday night was very largely attended and proved to be mist enjoyable. Addresses were delivered by Rev. Dr. Jones, Messrs. Barnett and Montgomery and others. Mi-s Anette Jones gave a vocal selection in a very fine manner. Rert Girard performed most beautifully on the zither, the male quar tette, with Prof. Chat.ce as accompanist, gave a number of vocal -elections in a J very excellent voice, and thf entire afiair I was enjoyable in the extreme. Prof. Rob- bins has reason to be proud of his success and hi friends share in his prido. MARRIED. The marriage of Mias Lacy Csgney, a handsome and intelligent young lady of Clifton City, Mo., and Mr. George Siler, a well-known and highly respected young railroad employe of East Stdalia, took place laf-t Thursday morning at the resi dence of Rev. Father Dickman. The bride wore a steel g ey silk costume with an en tire lace front. The Attendants were: Miss Kate Cigney and Mr. M. Cagney brother and sister of the bride. THK FALL FAMIIOX8. Gathered panels for skirts are newer than plaited ones, and more appropriate for thin goods. Millinery ornaments are unique and attractive. The special feature for the coming season is the back-comb shape. A very new style of sleeve is made all in one piece, and gathered a little at the seam inside the arm so as to form pleats across, like those of an unglazed kid glove worn very long, and forming creases in the upp. r part. Fancy vests are made of colored surah and ribbons A very pretty model is made of marine blue surah arranged in full pleats qetween each pleat there is a strip ol rib bon dotted with gold beads. Both the pleats a: d ribbons come tapering down the waist. Buttons will be a prominent item in the season's dress and cloak trimmings. They are shown in various metal and mixed styles. Oxidized buttons are fairly popular Bronze metal affect are partic ularly good. There are buttons with pearl ornaments set over metal, also new round ball rosary buttons in general sizes. Autumn toilets are most varied in stvle and fashion ; skirts, tunics and bo dice are made of every shape and cut. Skirts are as much worn gathered as pleated, plain as draped ; jacket bodices are quite as fashionable as those with sin gle or double points, or gathereu uf pleated on to a round waistband. - Among the novelties shown at one of our leading shops is a tuit with a skirt of bronze faille having stripes in fane plush, showing cardinal, white, green and a dash of gold. Over this is worn a drapery and basque of the new embossed Jersey cloth that looks like rich brocale. The cloth is cream-white and has a Moliere vest, collar, cufls and facings of faille Francai.se in bronze. A new combination lace is a mixture of Spanish ground and guipure. The Spanish is identical with the hand-run Sp mish without the outlining threads. ' n these closely woven figures are spravs of flowers, leave an I buds in embroidery. The guipure forms a sort of connecting material between these eaibroidery portions and is of open mesh, the holes arranged in geometric and line patterns. Vh-icm I Is. Mlii re LAMAR Mrs. P. R. Dix has returned from a viit to her parents at Nevada. Mrs. Mark Walser has been visiting friends and relatives in Lamar. Mrs. Joseph Kennedy has gone to St. Louis, Mo. She will be absent month. Johu Pigall will leave on the loth inst ."or Ann Arbor, Michigan, to attend school, Mrs Alex. Sherman, of Kansas City, was been visiting th -family of Dr. Charles YanPelt. Miss Laura A'akefield, of Carthage, was visiting relatives and friends in Lamar last week. Mrs. Corry Burnett left Lamar last week for Freebnrg, lllinoi-, to be absent some weeks Mrs. J. F. Foster returned on Wednes day after an absence of a month or more among her friends and relatives. Mis. Emma Whittaker, who has been visiting her dau liter, Mrs. Etta Seamands, for the past three months, has returned to her home in Pilot Grove, Mo. Mr. Z. Albright and w fe, parents of Sam and Emery Albright, are here from New Hampton, Iowa. After a visit here thay will visit a married daughter in Neb raska, and from there go to Dakota to see John. Miss Mvrtle Walker and Miss Ella Pigall left Wednesday for Bloomington.Ill. the home of Miss Walker. Miss Ella wil remain their for a few weeks aud then go to Chicago, where she will prosecute her stndy of music, under Prof. Liebing. RICH HILL. Mrs. Smith Ely and children have re turned lrom Eldorado Springs. Miss Belle Heylmun has returned from her visit in Cass county. Mrs. John Adams, of Eufaula, In dian Territory, is visiting Mrs. W S. Hill, of the West End. Mrs. M. L. Weider, of St. Louis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dave Gotthelf, this week on West Park Avenue. Mrs. and Mrs. J. A. Hill, the parents of W. S. Hill, of this city, after having spent a pleasant summer in the west visit ing Denver, the mountains, Sitka, Alaska and the Yellowstone Park, bare arrived at Congress Hall, Saratoga, and expect to reach their home in St. Louis about Oct. 1. HOLDEN. Mrs. Eiliston, of this city, was visiting friends and relatives at the Quarry City last Sunday. Mias Susie Boyd, of Montserrat, came up and entertd St. Cecilia's Academy Monday morning. Mias Inez Terry, of Lamonte, arrived in Holden Monday evening making an other addition to our list of college ar rivals. Mrs. Mary Taylo- started Wednesday morning for Boulder, Colorado, for a visit of several weeks with her father, John G. Cope. Mrs. Carrie Berge and ton Roy, of Clinton, are in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. John Beebe and sister, Mrs. T. K. Thomas. Misses Minnie and Maud Whitsett, formerly Holden girls, now living six miles south of the city, will attend the col lege this term. Miss Wall ie Atkins has been engaged to teach in the Boonville public schools for the ensuing year, and has gone to the scene of her duties. Misses Mizemer, Waller, aud ML Thstcher, of Smith viile, came to Holden Mondav evening. They will attend Hol den college this year. Miss Helen Seegar, of St. Louis, and Francis Reynolds, of Kansas City, are visiting in Holden, the guests of Mrs. Mc Mullen snd family. Miss Mollie Golladay, who ha been the guest of Miss Lillie Tompkins for sev eral days, returned to her home in Otter ville, Monday morning. HARRISON VI LLC Miss Dixie McClelland, of Liberty, is visiting Mrs. C. W. Sloan of this city. Mrs. J. A, Henley is visiting friends and relatives in Pleasant Hill this week, Miss Annie Ctrson, of Kearney, Mo. is she guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Newle of this city. Miss Annie Haven, one of Boltons' chsrmiog little ladies is visiting the Misses Clemments this week. Mr. E. C. Deacon and Miss Lillie, returned home last Monday after a two months' visit in the east. Miss Annie Berry, of Rosier, Bites county ha been visiting the family of Mr. C. M. Hackler for the past week. Miss Mc Henry, one of Jefferson City's charming belles, has been the guest of the Misses Cordell of our city for the pat two weeks. Mr. John W. Angel and Mr. Dr. Amerman, of Nevada, Mo., are visiting their ptrents, Mr. and Mrs John Angel, of this citv. Rev. C. M. Hawkins and family, of Boonville, and Rev. J. T. Neville and family of Belton, are visiting relativo in this city. Judge and Mrs. Givan have returned from their visit in the west. They vi ited many points of interest in Colorado and other atates while abseut. Mrs. Annie Klum, of Texas, is visit ing her telatives, Mrs. Lowery and famiiv: of this city. She will reniaiu heie during the winter and attend school. HANNIBAL. Miss May McShea is visiting in Kan sas City. Miss Lillie Brown is visiting in (juincy. -Mrs. M. L. Robertson has returned to Mobeny . Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Ross have remov ed to New ondon. - Miss Mary Bowles returned from (juincy Wednesday. -Mrs W. T. Perkins and children are visiting in Ralls county. Mrs. M. A. Lindsley is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Thompson. Mrs. J. W. McRra and Mrs. J. W. McHatron are visiting at Ashburn. Judge T. W. Hawkins and dauiiicr. of Palmyra: were in the city Wednday. Wallace Rowe, of Pittsburg, Pa , was the guest of Hannibal relatives Tuesday. Miss Mary F. Tisdale and Mrs L. I). Davis went to Richmond Wednesday on a visit. Mixs Carrie Vox of Quincy. hIk has been the giost of the family of Col. Dulacy returned home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerken have returned home from Cairo, 111., where Mrs. Gerken spent the summer with her m ther. C. N. Lewis and wife, nee Miss Scian bacher, arrived Wednesday from St. Louis on a visit to their Hannibal friends Miss Sarah Smith of Keokuk, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Barns, has returned home. Mis. Lynus Empfield, of Kcokux, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Empfield ex pect to remove here from Keokuk in a few days. Mrs. Helm, Mr. and Mrs. John Logan and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Helm, were at Springfield Wednesday attending a family reunion at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Davidson. WARBENSBURCi. Miss Lena Rosenthal has gone to St. Charles, where she will enter the female college. Prof. E T. Miller, of this city, has gone to Cass county, where he will teach the coming winter. Walter C. Steele, of Alleghany, Pa., son of Rev. J. C. Steele, is visiting his parents in this city. Mrs. Bridges and the twins have gone to Sedalia, to give "Little Rtd Riding Hood" in the near future. Mrs. Minnie Rice, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, neice of Mrs. J. J. Cover, is visiting that lady on Culton street at present. Miss Clara MeUter and. Mrs. Bertha Bsusch, bo'h of New York, are visiting their uncle and brother, B. Loebenstein. Miss Jennie Blake, of this city, left the latter part of last week for Georgeto vn, Mo., to fill a position as teacher of the public schools. Miss Geal Cover, who has been speud ing the summer in Colorado, has returned home. She was accompanied to Kansas City by Misses Pigg and Daisy Wither- spoon. T. D. snd Mrs. W. E. Stowe, St. Louisi H. F. Black and Walt M. Howe, St. Louis; J. Henry Wolfe and Wa'ter King, Jeffer son City; Mrs. Bridges, Maggie and Delia Bridges, and Miss Eckell, Kansas City; S. G. Clark, Springfield, III,; W. L. Ellis, Sedalia, and Joseph E. Bowen, Philadel phia, have been guerfs at the Minnewawa during the past week. 8CHELL CITY. Prof. W H. Martin was in Lamar this week. A few of our citizens attended the encampment at Sedalia this week. Dr. Haire came in from SL Louis this wek where he had been for medical treat ment. Relstives of B F. Herrick, from Peo ns, IlhL, have been visiting in oer citv this week. We failed to ascertain their names. Mrs. M. E. Winders and daughters, Mrs. H. M. Duck and Miss Anna Winters, arrived Wednesday evening from Wichita, Kansas A rumar has been afloat for several days that one of our young business men will take unto himself a "fair one" in Jhe near future. The young folks of this section were highly entertained by Mr. Lewis, at his residence, three miles no-thwest of this city, on last Wednesday evening, a social hop being the leading attraction. The following of Schell's society po pie were present : P. K. Culhertson and M ,s Lutz, S. J. Cnmmins and Miss Jennie Piummer, J. R. Martin and Miss Anna W. Halinger, Elves Marlow and Miss Lena Noma, A. S. Coble, H L. Davis. E. F. Kirklen, and Chas. Davis Refresh ments were served and everything done by the genial host to render the evening one of ut er joy and happiness to tne many bright young folks who attended. Mr. Lewis is ind-ed the "prince of good fellows ME.vn o. Miss Jennie Squire, of near Centralis, is visiting relatives here. Miss Kate Huelsnnnr. of St. Louis, is visiting Mrs. David St. Cm. Mr. Johnson and little girls are visit ing in Columbia and vicinity. Miss Frances Gatewood. of Crenville, III., arrived it the city Thursday. Mrs. H. L. Wakefield, of Sheldon, Capt. V- F. Henry and daughter Be?sie, of Sedalia. A very large number of costly and beautiful presents and many congratu latory letters of regret were received from all part of the country from Washington, D.JC, to Colorado. Mrs. Broughton is ex-Grand Worthy Treas urer of the L O. of G. T., and both Mr. and Mrs Broughton are active, ear est and consistent workers in the temperance cause ami very popular at home and abroad and the B azoo joins congratulations and good wishes. Among the handsome toilets worn the following : Mrs. Callie Blackford, cream nuns veiling and canary colored satiu, gar niture of Mack lace, ornameut dia osjsh, hair worn high with scarlet ribbon. Miss Lucy Boom, Palmyra, gas Mo. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mildred light blue silk, ganiture cream lace. oru mentssrarnets and natural flowers. Keeton. F. H. Hiner and Ernest Uantt left on Tuesday for Columbia to attend the State I'niversity. Mr-. W. II. Wiorginton, who has been vi-iting in Welch. Monroe country, return ed ho-'-e Thursday. Judge J. I. Siniih and Mr-. Wells, of Macon ( ity, who hve been visiting the family of Kev. J. S. Smith, returned home Thursday. CI.IXToX. Mrs. Kmiua .1 mtv of Kansas City was a guest recer ly : Mr-. W. F. Carter. Miss IeiU We sell, of Fort Lyon, is in ibis city, the guest oi Mr. Win Over shi er. Misi Alice W.irth is home again alter enjoying the hospitalit of irieuds in Ne vada Mo. Mrs. H. T. Baird, of Baird college, i at her pest ot duty alter Colorado. Miss Ermie Owens is ort lor Kirksville, where she occupie the chair of history in the State Normal. Miss Jennie Troul has gone to Kansas City, where she will remain until the Christinas holidays. Miss Eva Beattie. one of the mo-t ac complished young ladies of Harrisonville visited in the city this week. Mrs. Col G. W. QualiM and daugh ter, VUs tella, of Windsor, were enter tained this week by friends. Miss Annie Protemarkle. of Carthage, who spent a few days with Miss Cora Fleming, has departed for her home. Mrs John T. Clarke, of Jefferson City, maile a short vnit to her brother, TheD. J. Bolton and returned home. Miss Iella Weidraeyer has returned from Fayetteville, Ark., wliere she had a pleasant - jurn with Mrs. J. L. Myers. Mrs Lutie Lamar Mn ther, of Texas, a ni ce of Hou. L. J. C. Lamar, has ar rived to accept a otitic n as teacher ia Baird col leg . NFVVDA. Miss Clara Miller, of Kansas City, is at Dr. Milster'- for the '.vinter. Niss Jennie Barnard, of Si. Seph, is agut-t of Mrs. W. W. Prewitt. Mrs. Paol F. Thornton is home again from a visit vilfc relatives at Clinton. Mrs. Ethel Pitches has returned trcm a visit to M in Eva Park, at Carthage. Miss Lee Ming, of Dover, Lafayette county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Fisher. Mrs. Charles B. Ingles is entertaining her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nannie Allen, of Denver, Col. Miss Jennu tiatewood has returned home from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Dobyns, at Mexico, Miss Cora Maves and Joie Atkinson left Tuesday for Columbia, whence they enter iheChristian college. Mrs. Thomas McBride and her daugh ter, Miss Katie, have returned from a pro tracted visit with relatives at Paris. Mrs. B. G. Boone, of Clinton, is visit ing her sisters, Mr. P. F. Thornton and Mrs. C. Ct. Burton, iu this city. Mis Alice Hart, of Brownsville, has accepted a position as teacher in our pub lie school, and is here for the winter. black satin. SILVER WEDDING Of Mr. and Mrs. Broughton at Paris, Missouri. ParU, Mo., Sept. 1 1, Special Correspondence. Twenty-five years ago yesterday, Ben. B. Broughton and Ann Warder W'hittaker plighted their wows of constancy and affection iu the marriage ceremony, and last night they met a large number of invited friends in the spacious parlors of the Gleno House in this city and I renewed those vows ou the occasion of their silver wedding, At 8:30 Miss Mary Williams played a beautiful wedding march and Mr. and Mrs. Broughton entered, attired in the bridal costumes of 25 years ago, and after a congratulatory ceremony pro nounced by Rev. M. L. Bibb, of the Baptist church, they received the most earnest and hearty congratula tions of their assembled friends and guests. In due time the doors of the extensive dining rooms were thrown open displaying tables loaded with refreshments to which all were invited Mrs. E. M. Poage, ornaments diamond Miss Pitts, hlack silk, jet trimmings; -carlet geraniums. Mrs. Dave Moss, black satin and lace. Mrs. Vic Saiioders, black silk, gar niture blaok laea, Mrs. Redman, of Monroe city, brown silk and cream lace. Mrs. Lucy Redman, Monroe City, black lace overgrros grain silk. Mrs Henry Fuqua, Monroe City; black satin trimmed with brocade, brown bonnet and gloves. Mr. Bowling, St. Louis, black em bossed canvas cloth. Mrs. Win. Strean. zrev silk. a short stay in j Mrs jerry JSmjth, grev silk; blaak uai ami gloves. Miss Mary Williams, cream tonton mulle. Miss Alice Williams, embroidered swiss. Miss Ida Green, white muslin, blue ribbous. Miss Mollie Hawkins, white mulle. Mrs. Kate Pollard, Hannibal; brown silk aud velvet, hat of white illusion and plume Mrs. Caroline Gentry, mother of the bride, black Henrietta cloth and crape de id jet ornaments. Miss Ida Pollard, wine colored siTk and velvet bodice of pink satin and cream lace, neck cut square and short sleeves and lace. Mrs. Dr. Dysart, black silk, orna ments, natural flowers. Mrs. Joe Burnett, black lace over scarlel fatiu. Miss May Wiliams, biack satin made up with velvet, ornaments, dia monds. Miss Lizzie Bland, cream mulle and and oriental lace bonnet of red il lusion. Miss Sallie Moss, black silk irredes cent front, and sleeves hair worn high; ornaments, diamonds. Miss Clara Moss, cream canvas cloth. Mias Carlotta West, brown tricot. Miss Eva Dawson, cream canvas cloth, garniture white lace and pink ribbons. Miss Bessie Henry, of Sedalia, cream mulle ami embroidery, hair worn high, Cathrine de Medici collar, natural flowers. Miss Minuie Redman, Monroe City, cream mulle and embroidery, hair worn high, ornaments diamonds and natural flowers. Miss Fannie Dawson, wine-colored silk, brocade trimming, hair worn short, ornaments natural flowers. Mrs. T. B. Gannawav, black silk trimmed with cascades of black lace, grey silk bounet. Rev. Mrs. Hugley, black silk, black lace bonnet with scarlet poppies. Mrs Dr. Riley, black Naee, black jet hom-.et. Rev. Mrs. Bibb, Henrietta cloth, crape trimmii.gs. Rev. Mrs. Cottou, black silk and velvet. The costumes of the other gwsts were also very handsome. COURT ADJOURNED. and of which all partook. (The deli-1 you know! Strmacelr UnotxjectionabU J Wm EieoMd Without Ceremony. Attorney for Defense Have fomed any opinion in the case? Juror1 No, sir. A. for D. Have you expressed your self concerning it in any way? Juror No, sir. A. for D. Have you any prejudice j against defendants? Juror No, sir. A. for D. Um, ah (to Judge), I don't believe I have any wish to chal lenge him. (Suddenly to Juror) Do yon know any reason why you should not be accepted? Juror (hesitatingly) Weil, no; I" don't think there's any. A for D. Don't think there is? Don'C cious ice cream was furnished by Sicher, of Sedalia, and of course was good.) The occasion was a most enjoyable one and the guests departed with the hope that all might live to attend the golden wedding of the hosts. Three generations of the fam ily of Mrs. Broughton were present Mrs. Caroline Gentry, formerly Mrs. Whittaker, Mrs. Broughton, -her daughter Mrs. Calla Blackford, and the three children of Mrs. Blackford. I Among those from abroad were Juror Well, you see, I ain't quite sure. I was just let oul of the smali a pox hospital this morning and There was no need to adjourn tha court; it adjourned itself. Chicagft Bam bier. Mr. Bovd Winchester, Consul General of the United States to Swite erland, thinks that he has discovers some cheeses in that country that am two hundred years old. That is in possible. When cheeaes have advance m . I 1 to i mat age iney nave Become ci nuts. xV. J.