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'V THIS LEXINGTON USTTJALLiaElSrOiSB, SOTTTRDAY, AUGUST 1Q. 1889. 1 hfct.W 1 11 ' i.. 11.11 1 ! ft- J J ii 'ft 'sM 1 ' t . : V i ' S ,'!. Olliclr I County Paper. SHORTS. Alpaca, drab d'cie, IuOuhI- and flanuel coats and Vests ai dotting out prlcei. which means lean than onclnal cost, at Slnauer'a. Uo to LoomU' grocer; store. IStb and Fritnklln avenue. for your caalor machine oil. Ue has (be best. Juuel5tf Wby wll! you oou(b wben Sbllob'a Cure will give lintuediale relief. Price 10c., 60c.' nd 1. For sale at LoomU. sleow uo Loom's grocery atore, 18tb an rutiklio avenue. for your caator machine oil bah tbe beat. 1unel5tl ntual injector free with each bottle ol a Catarrh ltmne.lv. Price 50c. For 'jQjrrit c. W. Loorois. aleow ..iuuiiuu rnrnivrii ji yuu ir-a iu uovu ui a uoop shovel, pliubfork, apade or anything in the hardware line vou will do well to call on K. Moratb in Kant Lexington, aa be la sel line but to quit business. aug3tf " For dyUiaia and liver . complaint you Live a printed guarantee on every bottle of Bhilob.' Vitullzer. It never fails to cure. For sale -at J. W. Looruia. tleow - Cheap! Cheap!! I have just received a car cf fine Alicbigan gait, freab from tbe mine, and bave auutber one on tbe loud, which I will sell at l 23 rr barrel. Come and get !V It. A. LoomU. Juue22tt ,;sj' Sleepless nights made miaerable by tbtl '' J. terrible coiiKh. ghlloh'a Cure la the rvm3dy 1 l or yu At Loomia' dru atore. a'jrieowly J Mri. Arnold offers her alova of trimmed " tiono-ta and bata at coBt for thirty days only. j : preparatory to fall trade. auK3 t ' Huekiuoltt.'k," a laotiug and fngrant per, ff ; tma . Price iS and 6. For rale at C. W. ,1 i( ' Looiuia', K'aukltu ave. sliow Just received a freab lot of tbe celebrated r and Gold and ttllver shuts at ii, a. auKlOU Vire, tinware, glaaa and china wuie ig aacrlUucd at F. Moratb a, lu bast Xington, aa it la bla Inteulion to retire Irom business. tf. Are you made miserable by indigestion, constipation, dizziness, loss of appetite, yel low aklnf SblluU- Vitalizer la a positive cure. For sale at Looujis'. ileow Cheap! Cheap!! I have Just received a car of tine Michigan salt, fresh Irom tbe oilue, and bav another one lhe road, which 1 VlUai iiix i . ' (-.. .-el. Come ud get r' I;. .. i a, ) JuaeSStl j, .N i t; immediately relieve j ' ,, tvboupt cough and brochitla. For itsi aj, Ijooiuis' drug atore. aleow r. Jloratb la eelnog out a large atock of tluware, glassware, chlnaware, hardware, Dd In fuel all lines of gooda carried by him ridiculously low prlcei as be .desires lo uusines. augaif Tba Kcv.'Geo. H. Thayer, of Jourbon.lml. a: -llolli myaelf and wife owe pur Uvea to obiloh's Consuiupllou Cure." For sale at Loomis'. Krunkltu ave. aleow Mrs. M. F. I'rice has removed to rooms over Kneliu's dry good store on Franklin X avi nue where she la 'ircpard to do drert- l'kiug and millinery, coloring and pressing I pals iu all the new stylet. It Wan I eel--Boy a sixteen to twenty year of fcMjtge lo learn caulking and nalliux.at ponton (airbridge. It l 15u single coals for men and boys, wortb A from t3 to CIO, will be sold from 1 r0 to 5 fit Siuauer'a autilOl'2 Sow vnur lumlp autd now. Piowinit for wheat la now in order. irre a-e quite a number of lent dwellers I near the rock bridge. tin la being placid on the bill, on ..in at reel. Jmt eust of the resideuuo of Mr. TaH Jolm. - 8(111 unclaimed tbe gold cliaria and cbalna Tbe bay crop la abundant and bat been aved In oorl condition. Tbe wticat not stacked has about all been threshed and we arc now ready for some thing nice paling fence has been, placed In 4trnnt of U. F. C. It greatly improves tbe Uppjirvu o' (hi properly. A 'bosj w-fs run over and killed by the ex pres wjkTii. near Winkler's factory, last Saturday m iming.' In t'catb was aa sudden s though It had been shot. Sergeant Cane and Qowson, of Jelleraon Barra'.ka, near St. Louis, passed tbrotigb .here Sunday evening on their way borne from Leaven worth, vhoretboy bad been with iabt prisoners convlc'ed ot desertion. Mr. W. U. Smith, of the Waterloo neigh orhoo!. hat purchased a atock of general merchandise In Urand Pasa, Saline county, Til bita engaged In business at that place. "e cordially recommend him a In every way ? H f-A feCable and a clever gentleman. Kansas city Biar. Aug. o: io-oay was me time se' for tbe sale of tbe &43 acres of land in Lafavette county on a Judgment of 844, A07 In fayor of Louis Cobn and against Alvln sumsier. I oo uniiau otaies uiarsnai naa re JJceWeil word not to proceed wltb tbe sale as i settlement bad been reached. Marshal Gates jl said be understood Cobn bad taken 82.000 In cash for Ida Judgment. This suit Is tbe re sult Of a partnership tottery ticket wbicb drew 75 000. Kinsler refusad to divide wllb. Cjbn.wbo brought suit and got Judgment for $;17,fH0. Tbe Interest bis swelled tbe smount to 844.607. Tbe costs In Ihe case are over 81000. Alma: Miss Lulu Ayers Is visiting Miss "Georgia f ielcher. Misses Anna Neal, of O; leans, aod Maud Uarwood. of II ig- are spending a few dan at Mr. J. I sWiCTrla'. Mrs. Lavina Catron and Miss itl Catron returned to Richmond Mondav. itisses Sue Dyer, Mamie and Livie Warren, La Uiggiosviiie, woo, nave oeen visiting at Mr. T- B. warren a nave returned Dome and the boys are sail, especially Lon and Ernest. E L. Warren and Sid Wilson will leave Shortly for Son bern Miaaourl to attend col lege. TbH camp meeting near Monroe Bray's ts meeting with great sue jess, '.et us all' turn out sad bae a camping that tbe gray haired veterans whose prime uaa passed tleaily away may aee it their descendants nil cherish a remembrance fur tbe good old enruit ro' silt.g tbtt took place In bygone (lavs, ' Home able and talented material are ,al ihe Imnt and we earneatly hope that their pains wi'l be appreciated. Judge Calron went q lxlngtoi tlie first of the week. Mrs. Keith, of Kiu-a Ciiy, H visiting at J. T. Goodwin's. U -pt. Lesueur hts a little black and tan "' that has followed h.ml about for a year or almot m lalibfullv as hi shadow. A 'Stuart and alleeilona'e creature be Is much ; thought of by tbe clil.dren. (Jo a Thursday, recently, he was missed and could nowhere h lounil. As Mrs. Bedford and bar children bad left for Lexington mat day It was feared , Juv bad lionded the train.'and elthe- been ot or stolen. K glu uays afterward Mr. Cham' liss went for some purpose down to U '. the room in the basement of tbe capital where tbe supreme court reports are kept. A be (opened tbe door the little dog that for eight 'Jong day and nights bad been shut up there, with not one drop to urinK or moutniui to at. rushed out like a 0Mb. Up tbe steps he , Iran, I iflho i first to bis master's desk, tben away to rsKh room wnere as anew mere was 1 j a water to oe lounu. a duckb- was quiuaiy 'jiresenled to him filled with the precious "iluiL aod tbe starved animal drank all that It Vlwas-ttooupbt prudent to give blm. He was ,-n itsen taken home and fed a little at a time. Great was tbe rejoicing at tbe recovery of - . ... .... ....... Master Gay. Hereafter If be should be pitting every dor in tbe capital will be opened to see that he baa not been accidental- f incarcerated In a room wbicb may become to bim a livingvtomb. It la not likely however, tout he will permit himself 0 be locked up ' anywhere, as he vatehes'a door wltb singular avidity and Inertness . It was quite wonderful to see tbe Itallty of tbts little beast after starving ab- lolutely for eight days,- There Is serious langarot bis changing bis name from Guy t Tanner, as be made a straigbter fat tban J that genthman, wbo allowed himself .ate r to drink; Tbe experiment proves that ticsltlw dog. In C'tod eondltlon. can live I ZuM iay,at least v ilbout either eating or r -Uriuirtug, Tbe town was full ol people last Mouduv. Fresh oysters at Mr. D. Uecker's restau rant. August meetini;" commences to-morrow at Dover.;- , Mr. W. A.Biilbcl cures awcenov in horses, no euro uo nay. 'Tbo addition to Mrs. Nlekcll'a Homo la abrftrt ,p!eteU. Mr. teo. Clark baa purchased tbe J. W. Harrison place on Third street. Tbe watermelon crop In the county will be ve-v light. The bugs ale up the young plants. Work baa commenced upon tbe foundations of the new residences of Messrs. U. Andreen and J. It. Moreland. Mr. Hulun. of the Mayvlew upigbliorbnod. threshed from a measured twcniy acres 810 bushels of wi.eat. an average of 42 liu-liol- lo tbe acre. The venerable Father llamtll, who died in Ssline county lusl Sundav, jvus well know.t and much beloved n this county where lie for a long time resided. The proposition to issue $25',0QO in omuls 'or tbe purpose of building a high school building and a soboolhotise for tlio colo'.d children, carried by a vote of 0"3 to 150, lut Thursdav. Our weather oracles aiy tbiit it ilwuvs rains on the second Saturday or Sunday in August. Wo hope It will prove true this vear. anyhow, as the corn la anticring for moisture and Is "firing" badly in some parla of tbe county. The Waverly Times credils Lexington with orgaulelnga packet line between lvnnns City end St. I nula. It was led lo that belief by a paragrmm printed In this paper ln-t wek thai should have been credited to ll.e Kansas City Star. Our mMakc; vourirtnt. We acknowledge Hit r.'ccipt of coiii)linieu tarv tickets to the following litirs: Sed illn, wbibh begins Annu-t 'JOlh and cnntluiies five daya;I'utnam eounly.alUnionvllle.Septembcr lt-14th, and Lafayette countv, ut lliirglua ville, Aug. 27-:il. We have also received a ticket to the Lawson district fair, with no datea attached. An honest nmn l tomttimti met with at least as was the case last Monday. Some Ave years ago Mr. Jos. Trioble sold to Mr. Mark Morton a tract of land consisting ol forty aeres In It iy county and through some mis tike a deed was never made transferring the property to Mr. Morton. Mr. Morton desired to sell tho land to Mr. Uufus Stegal lliis week but found that he could not make a deed and went and explained tbe matter to Mr.Tiibble, who promptly made blm a deed and the laud was sold to Mr. Stegall . A small blaze was started at the residence ot M. Gratz, on the Sixteenth street, la-l Monday morning. An alarm was given but before the fire company reached the place the flames bad been extinguished with Hie small sprinkling hoso. Tbe fire started In a small cellar under tbe kilcben, where a large pile of dry kindling was stored. The boys have some wbite mice and took a match and went into tbe cellar lo look for them and dropped a lighted match Into tbe kindling. Beyond a good scare and a few scorched Just there was no damage done. Waverly Times: "Tbe suggestions of Light a bead' and 'Rip Van Winkle' in the Lexington Intelligencer, of August 8J.sboud receive tbe onlted support of her citizens, Tbe wsy to celebrate suggested in regard to the pontoon la after tbe correct style, rouse up with one accord and let the world know that tbe best couuty of tbe slate Intends to keep up with tbe procession," Yes, Lexing tm will celebrate. All she needa Is ample time to prepare. Boom up our celebration in Waverly, Brother Webb, and we will let you ride In one of tbe carriages prepared for dis tinguished citizens. Tbe following are the retail prioes paid for table delicacies In this market: E.gs. 10 ennts per dozen or 3 for 25; lemons, UOe per dozen; trout, 121c per pound; catfish, 12Jc perpouud; pine apples, 30c per can; salmon, Vii per pound; black bass 13c per pound: breast of lamb. So per pound ; gooseberries lOtf per can ; lamb chops, 10c per pound ; white lish, 12jo per pound; bufNlo fish 10c par pound; chipped beef, 20c per pound; sauaaae, lOo per pound; carrots, 3 bunches for 10c; squaab, 20s per dozen ; pickled pork, 10c per pound; bam, by whole, best ldjc per pouad; onions, 75a per bushel; canlalopes, 40 to 60a per dozen; choice slice bam, 20c per pound; smoke I shoulders, lOu per pound; dairy butler, 20.i pur pound; watermelons, 10 to 60o ean i ; oranges, 40 to OOu per dozen ; O'-w beets, 2 buuehes for 5c; stringed beans, 15u per peck; cooking apples, 40c per bushel; green corn, 10c per dozen; celery. 30c per dozen bunches; radishes, 2 bunches for 6c; prunes, 10c perpouud; new potatoes 10c per bushel; peaches, 82 per busbel; fore quarters of lamb, 10c per pound; bananas, 15 to 25c per dozen; eating apples, 25 1 o 50c per bushel; blackberries 25c per gallon; smoked break fast bacon, 13u per pound; wbite stringed beans, 15u per peck; spring chickens, i2 per dozen; cream vheesu,20c per pound; llmberg er cheese. 20c per pound; Imitation Swiss cheese, 20c per pound; tomatoes, 40u per bushel.. Greenton : Miss Butb Jones, of Odessa, is Visiting tbe family of Mr. A. Stewart. Mis Mary Bell Edinoud. of Lexington, la visitlug the family ol Mr. Martin Welsh. Major I lord has built a new store house and moved bis nice little atock of goods Into i'. wbere bo would be pleased to see the nl kles and dime. The wheat la averaging from twenty five to thlrty-flve busbels per acre. Tbe bay crop Is tbe heaviest known to tbe oldest inbaoitant. Charles Johnson has got a new buggy, and Wm. B. Kmlsoo a new cart, and tbe roads will now be kept hot. Miss May Cbamberlin will teach the Fair view school tbe coming winter. Miss Jessie Burton now of Lexington, was visiting Mrs. Theodore Tborp last week. She returned borne Saturday to make preparations to enter K. A. Seminary. Miss Anna Bllncoe and Misses Stewart are spending a few days at Judge Bentuu's. Uev. Samuel Walkup will prescb bis farewell discourse at tbe brick cburcb next Sunday morning. Ho stops fur tbe purpose ot attending the theologt:tl S'.hool at Lebanon, Tenn. He baa bad good audiences but a portion of the credit of drawing them Is due to Miss Hattie Hannah, trie vnarming siuger and organist. There is a young lady visiting at Mr. Garoett's. She made ber advent last Thursday, We cannot give you ber name because she bss none. Mist Nevada Bryant will teach our school tbe coming session. She has eugaged board wilb Mr. Swency. John Emlson. of Kansas City, paid tbe neighborhood a Hying visit last Sunday. Cardinal ilichelieu said "In tbe lexicon of youth there la no such word as fail," but he lived In an age when enterprl-es of the great est moment are dwarfed Into oblivious Insig nificance compared wllb the achievements of tbe nineteenth century. Had tbe wiae old cardinal lived In these days, be undoubtedly would bave qualified bis language and put it iu this way : "In tbe lexicon of voutb there is no such word aa tall, except in tbe show business." Out of over two hundred shows that bave acpeared on the stage of life, since Sells Brothers became identified at showmen, there Is but one other firm In existence now, the others having all tailed. Notwithstand ing tba discouraging statistics which la euleu laled to frlglilec people from embarking in so hazardous a business. Sells Brothers are not deterred from undertaking tho most stupendous enterprises known. This show last season exceeded in size and daily ex penses any other circus organization by long odds, yet tbey piloted It successfully across tbe coutluent. I bis year they bave undertaken what would seem to other mana ger certain bankruptcy the addition ol an other show, nearly as large as tbelr own, tbe S. 11. Barrett World's Fair; and both big shows will travel in union, exhibiting as one. Both these shows were perfectly equipped and organized to travsl separately, as they bave done for many past sessons, but when Hells Brothers learned that the- Barrett show contemplated making a tour of tbe Pacific coast Ibis season, negotiations were opetied which resulted In the oon-olidation of both shows In one. and Ibe tour will be iniil -.-Vn union. While this will Increase tbe daily expenses nearly double, the price of admis sion will not he Increased. The two shows combined will exhibit at Lexington on Tues day, August 27. Tho roads aro very dusty. Gut ready to attend the fair and reunion. Curpcnlurs uro at work rebuilding Mr, Jo. Cbunslor's house, which wua destroyed by lire about three weeks ago. Thu fair ami re-uuiou promises to be one or the grandest gatherings that has ever taken place within the limits ol the grand eld coun ty of Lafayette. All the road overseers of the county are earnestly requested to be preseut at tbe moot ing iu IJugiuiville to-day as business or im portance Is to be transacted. Pror. (. Uuot. meteorologist, predicta the grcaiesi storm of the 11Kb century between the 12th unci nth of September. Dig your cvcloiie cellars now. The citv engineer has done considerable liuter cleaiiiin., this week, about town. We presume bo is preparing for toe flood of waters which is sure to fall to-day or to morrow. Carlisle Bros bave started two butcher shops in East Lexington, one in the new Siuallwood storo bouso at corner of South uinl Twenty-fourth streets and tbe other next door lo Mr. A. Loom is' grocery store. Tlie colored Methodist Episcopal brethren and sisters bave been holding a Sunday Sc hool convention at St. John's church for several days this week. Large numbers of delegates and ol hers from abroad have been in attendance. There is only one way for Lafayette county roads to lie placed In a good condition and that is by an organized, systematic and well- l planned elTort on the part of tho road over- seers. To enable them to determine on one (,'O.nI plan there has been a meeting of over ! seers called to meet III Illgglnsville to-day and all overseers should attend. Last .Sunday evening a very laughable, but what might have proved a serious accident occurred between tho old aud no V tracks ot the Pacific railroad Just east of tbe depot. A ten-year-old boy named Steve Ferguson was riding a small pony ut a pretty good rate of speed from town and three gentlemen were coming at alike rate of speed from au opposite direction in a four-wheeled road cart. Just as they were half-way between tbe bridge and ue Lew r illroud. track the two parties collided, tbe road cart party knocking tbe buy's horse down aud running completely over it and tbe boy. Tbe three gentleman iii tbe curt were thrown out but, as luc. woulJ bave it, no one was hurt, nor any dainagn done to tbe horses or cart. For narrow escapes and peculiar accidents we will put that little one hundred yards of road between the two railroad tracks against any five miles of road in the county. The lirst case on the docket of the circuit court, which convened last Mondiy was J. C. McHrew Vs. Mo. I'. II. It. for damages to the amount ol about $5,000 for failure to furnish him wilb a requisite number of coal cars hen ordered and bus occupied tbe time of the court tbe entire week. Much Interest is being msnifcHlcd in the case and a hard fight is being made on both sides. Mr. McGrew las gotten up quite a reputation since bis legal fights wltb tbe railroad commenced and bis cases are watched with considerable merest all over tbe state. Graves A Aull and John S. Blackwell are representing tbe plaintiff and General Attorney Tbos. J. Portia, or St. Louis, aod Adams ft Buckner. of Kaunas Cily, and Wallace ft Chiles, ol this city, are representing the railroad. The Jury is composed or the following gentlemen: J. P. Ardinger, J. D. Koblmon, Oanlel Sher man, Fred Young, Ed Meyer, Geo. Clark, Lock Terbune, Kufus McCormack, J. It. Vndcrsou. J. II. Senden and Chas Teubner. A good number of promlneut railroad and business men are in attendance. Greenton: Bain Is mucb needed. A meet ing U iniirogress at the Baptist church, Bey. Powell conducting the services In bis usual earnest style. Considerable interest is mani fested even at this early stage, it baying only begun Sunday last.Mr.C.U.Bagland is holding bis first examination of teacbera in Odessa, and very many are enjoying the rare privi leges granted Ibcm, and of course Odessa Is quite lively at this time. Mr. Will Johnson i ' family are visiting tbe lamily ol bla sla te. Mrs. Jeff. Beal, and desires to locate ir he can suit himself In a farm. Wonder II Mr. Jimmie Kagland Is still watching for tbe cows to come borne at n gblT Wonder when Mr. Charlie Johnson will return the serenade given bim bv tbe boys dressed In girls' cloth ing, and it his thinking that Willie Emison was Miss Llliie Cbauiberlin did not delight bim so much that b almost forgot to tbrow out his card? Mr. John B. Emison paid bis uncle, J. A. Emison, a farewell visit as be leaves to-day for - tbe sunnv south. Mrs. Ouvall. wbo has been quite sick for some time is slowly convalescing. Mr. 3. A. Emison and wife are spending two or three weeks at Nevada, with bis niece, Mrs. Gor don, and while we know tbelr visit will be more tbun agreeable, we think be will return soon to his lovely home. Mrs. Blanche Bur Ion is teaching au Interesting class of sis in music at bouie, and wants to learn them "one little tune to play anyhow," and In this I know she wi'l succeed, as she makes no failures In that line. Mr. John Go-hner has lurine this week put in liosilion a very liamUirae monument of St. I, iivtencs Rranile lo the memory of the late Dr. Harry It mo. Ibe douse nf Dr. T. J. Watson, in Indepen dence, wua struck by llgl-.tning last Tuesday ii'l a hole torn In the roof six leet long by one foot wide.. Two workmen were bally hurt. Messrs Iienj. Vutiglian and Jits. Caldwell, while riding ulot.g Hie road, in Dover township, recently, cims up to a mink and a rut having prize Until. Mr VsiiKhun says a large peatowl wua standing about three fret away apparently anting r. ti ree. 8nme d-ga inteifered anil ihe llht was stopped, but lie says the mink was .iu a good road lo come out victorious. The long liliuoer for the pontoon brides, the non-arrival of winch liaa delayed work for more limn four weeks, we are gratified lo aav arrived yesterday morning. Kverythlng had Ii -en placi d in readiness for rapid work so soon us It wus received, and from this lime until the briilgr is completed , a lurke force of handa will be ariiiploycd. It Is contiifently expeoted thai Hie opening to the public will not lie delayed beyond the 27th inat. Whoop! Hurrah! Last Moniluy the reporter was shown a fine rrayr.n portrait of a beautiful four-year-old chilil. Annie l.ee Caldwell, daughter of Mra. Ilirdie Caldwell, of St. I.ouis, and a niece of Ihe artist's friend, Mrs S. jl.. Iteiler.or Beds lia. The portrait Is the handiwork of Mrs. Fannie Itoyle Dane ami is as floe a piece of crayon work as we ever saw. The expression on the face Is verv natural and the coloring remarkably good. Mrs. Itane has done many lino pieres of work that have been greatly siliuired by her many Lexington Irienda, but we be'icve none of thim have excelled this one. Klsewhcre In this paper will be found sn advertisement of one hundred and fifty White I lyiuouth ltock chickens that are owned by Cunt. J. 1). Conner and are now offered for sult. Last lueaduy morning we uotlced at tbr depot trio or these chickens that tlie captain was shipping a Mr. rate Wedell, In Armour lUie, line., and although he is sometimes a "lnili) windy" we can truthfully say that all the advantages claimed for his chickens In the advertisement were proven beyond any reason able doubt by seelni? this trio. They were as whit in snow and were very large for chickens of any ae, although they were only hatched In May. Chicken raisers will do well to consult the advertisement and see the captain before chafing ntiier breeds. Pur- Y. M. C. A. Items. ItciMilur meetings of the association will be held to-morrow aa usual. Men's gospel meet ing In the hall at 4 o'clock) U:4Mhe open atr song oi l vue iu tlie court house yard, where Dr. Gor don will .) I- fly present thi gospel. You are invited The name of III" leader will be an nounced from the pulpits of the different churches. Nex t Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock will occur our regular monthly businest meeting and social reeep'im. We wish everybody Would feel free to attend lliis meeting. We want lo see the rooms well tilled. We will promise you a plea sant eveuing s a Ho- progrumipe is bi pig urnirKcl by tho committee; come and bring your lady IrieuiUI Tbe Work of the association is gradually ex panding. 'I'll is week another meeting is to he held, which we h ipe t i add to our regular list J-of meeting It will be a men's meeting at the Kdrnview church, lo-.norrow evening at 8 o'nloi-k The orchestra will go along to lurnisb t ie oiiisin ami several nn nili. r ol the assom II 1 1 wi'l make liner remark i. Our Irn-nd and all nu n in tee neighborhood ire cordially id VliaJ lo attend. feraonalltles. Mr. Mr. day. Mr, , Walter Wuddull Is at Mexico, , Percy Silver was in Kansas City Sun- , Thus. J. John spent Sunday in Kansas City. Mr. H. G, Russell spent Suuduf In Kansas City. Miss Edna Burns is visiting at Mr, It. II. Smith's. Miss Lizzie Ball is home from a visit In St. Joseph. Mi . C. O, Saiiili, of Corder. was in the city Mouday. Miss Clara Johnson is visiting friends in Richmond. Mr. Wentwortb Field spent Wednesday in Kansas City. Col. Benj. Ellhlt. ol Odessa, was iu thu city Monday. Mr. Geo. Chapman, of Kansas Citv, was here Sunday. Mrs. Sum Kauks wus here shopping last Wednesduy. Capt. "Buck" Thornton was In the city Wednesday. Mr. Wafer Foster, of Kansas City, was in tbe city Sundry. Mr. Chas. HiL-fcr, of Iligginsvillv, was In the city esierduy. Mr. Jimmie Aull was iu Kansas City on business yesterday, Mr. Wm. Tutt and wife, of Independence, spent Sunday here. Mr. Frank Bintz is visiting relatives in St. Joseph this week. Mr. Wm Z. Mitchell was in Kansas City ou busluess Monday. Assessor Suulmnyer spent Sunday at bis home, near Aullville. Mr. Itobert Davis and wife spnut Wednes day at Sweet Springs. Miss Tlnnle Holland has returned lo her home in Kansas Citv. Mr. Jos. James was in Kansas City on business Wednesday. Mr. Isaac Hyland, of Kansas City, visited his parents bere Sunday. Prof. Wm. F. Kordolff. Jr., was in Kansas City on business yesterday. Mr. M- Harding, of Independence, wa in tbe city on business Tuesday. Miss Annie Hlues spent several days of this and last week in Kansas Cily. Mr. Wm. Beahr, of Kansas City, wpent Sunday here wltb bis parents. Mr. J.A.J. Shultz left Tuesday morning for Mexico to attend tbe races. Granville Page, Esq., was in this city Mon day and paid us a pleasant visit. Mr. Temple R. Pige. of Page ';ity, is very sick with muscular rheumatism. Mr. J. Blank and wife, of Napoleon, were in tbe city Monday and Tuesday. Col. H. C. Chiles and Mr. Tol Graves, of Mayvlew, were in the city Monday. Mr. J. II. Ploger. of Sedalla, was in the city on businoss Sunday and Monday. Mr. Jas. Boulware spent Sunday In Inde pendence with bis mother and sister. Mr. J. B. Anderson, of Hlgglnsvllle, bss been In tbe city on business this week. Miss Belle Edmunds Is visiting the famllv of Mr. A. M. Welch, near Wellington. Miss Maggie Bear, or near Hlgglnsvillo. was in tbe city shopping last Saturday. Mr. L. T. Hill, or Kansas City, is here visiting bis cousin, Mrs. W. B. Bteele. Mr. U. W. Wlnaor. Was in tbe city on business and visiting relatives this week. Mr. Geo. Trail and two children. George W. and Adelia, spent 8unday in Kansas City. Mr. C. C. Powell spent tevr-ral days nf this week in Richmond visiting bis parents. Mrs. Wm. Ball left Thursday morning for Warrensburg to visit relatives for several weeks. Mr. Wm. Meyers and wife attended the funeral of Mr. Ahiers, at Napoleon, Wed nesday. Miss Celeste Stephens, of Bunceton. Is bere visiting tbe family of her aunt, Mrs. M. K. Nickel). Mrs. Alfred Sodcn, of St. Joseph, Mo., is visiting ber uncle, Mr. II. C. It ranch, near this city. Mrs. Jno. C. Young, Jr:, lofi Thursday morning for Lainonte for a visit to her parents. Prof. H. D. Demand, wife and children visited iu Napoleon last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jas. Green went up to Kansas City yesterday and will spend several days wltb his sons. Mr. Chas. Aull, or Philadelphia, Pcnn.. arrived here Thursday night lor a visit to relatives, Mr. Geo. Fackler.of Santa Anna.Callfornla, was in tbe city several days this week visi ting relatives. Mrs. E. M. Taylor, of Kansas City, arrived here Saturday for a visit to the lamily or Mr. Lewis Neale. Miss Bessie Daniel, of Harrlsonvillo. ar rived bere Tuesday night and Is visiting Miss Bessie Cobb. Mrs. C. M. Boyd, of Kansas City, who bas been bere visltlug ber mother, returned borne last Monday. Mr, T. J. Duliu went to St. Louis on business Thursday nlgbt. He will probably return to-day. Miss Carrie Ulncs left Wednesduy morning for a three week's visit to relatives andfrlcnds in Kansas City. iMrs. Evsn Voung left for Waverly, where she will Visit her sister, Mra. O. N. Buford, Thursday night. Capt. Withers, of tbe Mayvbw neighbor hood, bas been here several days this wenk visiting friends. Mr. Phillip Keller loft Saturday evening for New York to purchase his rail and wlulcr stock or clothing. Messrs. Thos. Hill and Chas. Creasey. ol Odessa, formerly cadets at W. M. A., were in tbe city Monday. Mr. J. F. Atkleson, of Conway, Ark., sr. rived bere Friday nlgbt or lust week lor a visit to relatives. Miss Jessie Burton returned to this place Irom a visit lo rrleuds near Wellington last Saturday evening. Messrs. Louis Q. and William Mnhl, of Concordia, visited the family or Mr. Jno. Mebl bere Sunday. Dr. P. II. Chambers left Tuesday morning for Denver, Col., where he will spend a few we.ks recuperating. Mr. Leroy Farmer went down to Glasgow Saturday night to spend SuntUy with his pareuta and bis wire, Mrs. Henry Strodlmann and Miss Ella Lockhart, ol Wellington, were in this city shopping Wednesday. Mr. Qulnei Goodwin returned from a two weeks' visit to 8weet 8pnugs and Liberty last Tuesday morning. Mr. Fannie Wilmot is so mucb better that tbe doctor expects to turn bis patient over to the cook in a lew davs. Miss Mabel Thomas, of Waverly, visited Mrs. W. B. Steele several days aud returned home Monday evening, Mrs. L. J. AI17-, of Springfield, Mo., is visiting old frlenu.- and neighbors in the Maple Glen neighborhood. Mrs. J. D.Chambers, or Kansas City, ar rived bere Sunday nlgbt for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Price. Mr. W. F. Gordon, of Nevada, couuty clerk ol Vernon county, aud three children, are visiting relatives bere. Mla Ada Brown, of Kansas City, arrived bere Tuesday evening and is now visiting tho famllv of Mr. J. W. Basye. , Miss Ida Suelling left last 8sturday morn ing for Kansas City, wbere she will visit friends for about two weeks. Mrs. A. L. Richards left Tuesday evening for 8weet 8onn(is, where sbe is now visiting btr sister. Mrs. Lucy Weller. Mr. George Taylor and his sister, Mis Sallie, left, Thursday eveninf. for a week's visit to relatives In Liberty, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Garr and daughters. Misses Alice and Homo, of Dover tuwnUnp. were In tbe city sliopplug Monday. Mr. J. J. Wiseman, of Leavenworth, Kas., passed through this place Saturday n!Kbt en roursto Waverly to visit relatives. Miss Mattie Green left Thursday murium,' for a three weeks' visit to the family of Mr. J R. Anderson, near Uigglnsville. Mls Sallie Onruon returned lust Sunday morning from a 1 wo week.' W,ii. to ber.sis te'r, Mrs. Katie Bishop in St. L mis. Miss Boss Parmor, of Kausas Cily, arrived here Tuesday evening and will remain several weeks visitliiir 'riends and relatives. Miss V. A. Cottcv, of Nevada, who bas been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. McClure reltirncd Iioiiic Wednrs lay morning. Mrs C. Al. Boyd ami babe of Kansas Ci.y, spent several days of this week in the city with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Keifer. Misses Ellie Nitchyaud Alvcna Prlvsiueyer, of Jefferson Cily, arrived here Thursday evening for a visit to the Misses Pirner. Miss Loula Corder, ol Waverly, who bas been visilinz tier sister, Mrs. Wm. It. Steele, returned lo her homo Tuesday evening. Mr. Thos. Yingling went up to Kansas City Saturday morning to witness tbe "Full of Pompeii," returning Monday evening. Mrs. .1 l. Morrow returned from Chicago, where shit h;is been under the treatment of eminent phvsiciaiiH. last Sunday morning. Mr. Jno. Dulan.ol thu "Calamity Branch' mail fori"!, was culled Iu to St. Louis for bis regular quarterly examination lust Sundav. Mr. (ico. Forrct uinl his nuice. Miss Lucv Karwell, of Philadelphia. Peiui., are visiting the family or Mr. ti. R. Page, near Page City. Mrs. L. It. Wright, or Hardin, after a visit of a week to Misses Nuunie aud LisctteShaw, left Wednesday mornint! for Independence. Mr. Nathan Corder and youngest duugh Icr. Lulic, passuj through town last Wed nesday nitilit en nude home from Kansas City. Miss Cl urlotle Moratb, who has been visit ing in Boston mid other eastern cities for quite a while, returned borne Sunday morn ing. Misses' Mattie Crimes :ind Sallie Stewart Icfl .Monday morning for a ten days' visit to the family of Mr. AU Stewart, near Welling ton. Misses KM ilh and Muhlc SliulU. of Lin wood Lawn, returned Monday eveniug from a two weeks' visit to friends lu Kansas Cily. Mcsdamcs M itlhevv Meyers and Jack Shan non, of St. Joseph, nrr.ved hero Thursday uighl for a visit to the family or Mr. Philip Keller. Mr. Geo. K. Williams, of Kansas City, passed through hero Saturday evening en route to Waverly lo spend several davs with relatives. Mr. J. W. Wumix. wife and two children, or Culoosu, California, are visiting at Mr. Silas Wyatt's. Mrs. Warnix and Mrs. Wyatt are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steers, now or Han nibul, have beeu 111 the city this week, tbe lormer ou legal business and the latter visit ing friends. Mr. Claik Hydd and sister. Miss Laura, who have been visitiug relatives in Cooper county lor some time, re m rood home Wed nesday night. Misses Georgia and Willie Bowman, ol Frankfort, K y. , arrived bere Saturday nlgbt of lust week for a visit to their cousin, Mrs. Jno. E, Burden. Mrs. Robt. A. Wilson and Miss Kutle Wil son, who have been visiting in Kansas Cily for about two weeks, returned home last ' Saturday night. Misses Drucilla Golliduv and Mamie Adams, ol Hlgginsv'llc, arrived bere Friday nlc lit of last week f ir a visit of two weeks to Miss Ella Trible. Mrs. Nannie J. Ervin, of Marshall, stopped over In this citv several hours Saturday while on ber way home from a visit lo friends In Richmond. Misses Sallie Smith and Robbie Young, of near this cily, left Thursday morning for a two weeks' visit to the family of Mr. Herbert Sparks, lu Kansas Ci'v. Mr. apd Mrs. P. Wedell, of Arinounlale, Kas., visited Mrs. W's lather, Mr. John G. Fisher, Taursdav night. Thoy returned home yesterday morning. Mrs. Geo. Poston and daughter. Miss Euims, of Ftillou, arrived here Tuesday eve ning and arc visiting thu family of Mrs. P.'s brother. Dr. T. L. Bolton. Miss Bessie Webb who has beeu visiting relatives and friends in Independence, pusscd through hero Fitday night or lust week en route to her home, near Corder. Mr. A. C. Donoliou, formerly of this city, but now of Iv in-us City, is in the cily iu tbe Intel est of Ihe Midland Lite Insurance Co., and visiting relatives aid friends. Mr. L. F. Wilson wont down to lliggins vllie Monday evening to meol his wife, wbo returned from a ten days' visit to relatives In Jersey villc. Ills., Tuesday moruing. Mrs. J. 11. Wilson, who lias been visiting the family of Mr. Upton Wilson, near tbis cily, and M.-s. Jas. Wentwortb, In this city, Icfl for Sedalla Wednesday morning. Mrs. Mamie Hunter and daughter. Miss Etta, of Kansas City, passed tirouish hero Saturday night on their way to Dover to visit the family of Capt. W. II. Liltlcjohn. Mrs. Herbert Sparks who has beeu visiting tbe family ol ber father, Mr. F. D. Smith, near this place, for about six weeks, returned to ber borne in Kansas City last Saturday morning. Mrs. II. Corbin, net Llglitncr, now of Go.irgctowu, Kv., while on her way to Na poleon to visit tlie family of Uncle Strother Renlck, stopped over at this plaee last Fri day night. Mrs. LUzia Henkensmeycr, and her broth er. Master Otto Georges, of Kansas ,'ity, who bave been visiting tbelr mother, Mrs. Louisa Georges, in this city, relumed home last Saturday. Mr. Wm. Stonestreet, of Kansas City, spent Sunday here. Ue returned homo Mon day morning accompauled bv his wile and child wlio bave been spending tbe heated term here. Misses Fannie Muse and Annie Hatcher, of Llndsborg, Kas., arrived bere Thursday evening lor a visit to Iheir rousiu. Miss Lia zio Smith. They arc en rvulr to Virginia lo visit relatives. Mra. Kdgur. Fleming, or St. Louis, arrived here I10111 Currolllon. where i.he bas been visiting, last Saturday, and visited, Mrs. Lucy Cox until ,Vcluesdav evening when she returned borne. Mrs. Magvle H ison and daughter. Miss Mary, or Kansas Citv, who tame down to nursj Miss Agnes Gavin wbo was so badly hurt by railing from a porch lust week, re turned home Tuesday morning. Mr. Grundy Young and wile, now or Kan sas City, came down to this citv Saturday for a visit to the family ot Mr. M. J. Chlnn. Mr. Young returned homo Monday morning but Irs wife will remain here a short while yet. Miss Leili Young, of near this city, who bas been visiting Iriends at Dunksburg and Seel Springs, returned home last Saturday m iming accompanied by Miss Mamie Snod dy.of Malta Bend, who Is now visiting her. Mr. O.J. Powell, who, in connection with bis son, are to begin the Issuing of a republi can newspaper in this city to lie cu led the Herald, arrived here with his family Wed nesday morning. He is a very pleasant gen tleman. Mrs. II. Smith, of iiNylUe. Ivy., who bus been visiting ber brother, Mr. Win. It. Ilam iett, for t!io past ui iiitii, left for bur home Friday night of lusl week, accompanied by Miss Emiiiu llauilcll, who wili visit her fur about a month. Mrs. Hello Robinson, or Kansas Citv. wbo has been spending several weeks with friends aud relatives here, lull Friday night of last week for Waverly, whero bo will spend the remainder of the Hummer months with Mrs. K. S. Dinwi -Idle. Miss Kstcllu Allnult, of Dawsonville, Mary land, who bus been visiting the family of Mrs. C. Ewing for tho past live months, left for her lioint! Thursday evening accompanied by Mr Young Ewing, who will visit there about one month. Mr. Jocnb Toilliuuter will leave next week lor Columbia, Tcnu., to visit bis aunt, Mra. Jane Bennett, wlio is a cousin of Mrs. Jas. K. Polk. Hh will be absent several weeks and bis many friends wish bun a pleasant journey, a nice visit ur.d a safe return . Mr. and Mrs. Einlsuii Ohauslor, Mrs. J. I). Conner. Mrs. B. It. Ireland. Kcv. II. M, Richardson .and daughter. Miss Berts, and Misses LuciiT Mounijoy, Maggie Denton and Ada Taylor went up to Kansas City Tut.sitay lo witness the "Fall of Poupeii.'' Mrs. Thos. Alton! Is so very low that all expects!! his of ber recovery hav beon given up. She Is in thu full possession of a!!, ber fai-uliies )nnil understands her; ondljUm, tmi bui ca'i . lr. fii'iv preuarxd to g wlieu 1 he tttl,f-' tin sjs e-rTm'v aWM ins' Asrojo Frank: iur r-KsoBjiiy of'arrU, Iud who bus been '-Jerking lightning" ut the R. ft L. Junction for u short time, while on his way to Sedalla to accept a position with the M, K. A T. railroad, stopped over at tins place a few days this week for a visit to friends. Miss Adine Glenn, of Nashville, Tenn., who bas been visiting tbe family of Mr. It. It. Ireland for Ihe past six weeks, left for Denver. Col., yesterday morning. She wii return to this place the latter part ol Septem ber. Mr. E. J. McGrew accompanied her us far as Kansas City. Mrs. Virginia Ctiiimings, or Fort Scott, Kansas, and Mrs. S idle Hodgins, or Kansas City, who have been visiline their mother, Mrs. K. V. Mellon. r Ilia W.. III.... 1.. n.,l,.k borhood, are at present at Eldorado Springs, ! where they will remain some days with their j brother. Mr. Ambrose Mellon, who nccom- panied them thither. Mr. Benj. Vaughan. of Dover township. ws in this city Thursday nnd paid us a pleusaul visit. He reports tremendous crops, but aavs famors aro grumbling terribly against 02 cents for wheal. He says he can beat tbe world on hay and to see it he can wo will, along with our premiums on coru and wheat, offer a premium for tbe best liny. Bring along your samples. Mr, Jho. Price, of Corder. who madti tin unsuccessful trip to this place iu soarcii or a house last week, was In tbe cily again Mon day and rented from Judge Richard Field the house which is at present occupied by Mr. R. E. Smith. Mr. Smith has rented tho house recently remodeled bv Messrs. I). M. J. T. Smith. 011 Franklin avenue, between 15th and ItilU streets and will move thereto September 1. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith have returned Irom their trip up north, and report crops uood a rar as they went. They had u good chance to see aslhoy went overland. Mr. Smith aavs In all his travels over all the different stales be has been In, he saw the most beauti ful slock farms he ever saw south of Hamil ton, Mo. Coru and meadows extremely lino but uot mucb wheat like old Liifayeltn. They are very much pleased with tbeir visit and also wltb tbeir prosperity up there. Last Tuesday morning Mr. Luther Saun ders, wbo has been raised in this city and from bls childhood days has been his father's helper at tbe art studio, left for Marlon, Kas at whicb place he will embark In the photo graphic business. Luther bas shared wllb bis father tbe good reputation as an artist bo has gained In bis many years of steady work vnd earnest endeavors to pleiso custom ers and keep abreast with the times. The pictures taken by Ihem have always taken premiums wherever entered. We can hear tily commend blm and his estimable wife to tbe people of Marlon and wish for them a pleasant and prosperous life in their new home. He will return to this place for bis wire and cbild about the first or September. THK ALIAS. Married In HigginavHbV.Iuly 25, by Itev. Father Uratb, Mr. HENHY U. LOON KY and Miss SALLIE MA II Fit. THK OKADbf. Born In this city, August 5, to tbe wife or Itev. W. T. McClure a' girl. In Waverly, reeeotly. to tho wife ot W. W. Uavls aboyV In Il'gglnsvllle August 1, lo tbe wife of Mr. 1). J. Tressewa b'dvr - In Odessauust 2, to wife or Mr. Creig Ifornbiasktea bov. lo HlgglnsvllaVAuEUit C. to tho wire of Henry McDunietA-ft Boy. In Waverly, recently to the wlio or Itev. W. II. Winton-atrflr In Clav township. August 1. to the wire ol Mr. Jacob Qarnett a girl. In this citv. August 8. to the wife of Mr. Benjamin FranlrirtpSuilth--a girl. Hecently, near Bates L"Hv. to tho wir or Wm. While twins. Betfr babies were dead wben born. THE TOMB Died -In NaKleoD, Autmst ft, ot conges tion of tbe slonven, M,rJNO. II, A II LK ItS, aged about 70 years. Near CbapetlluViast week, son of Isaac tinrris. ageoJ about 3 years. In Aullville. AuaulfJ. DAVIDSON, aged aUTuV.jO ye AUSTIN S. years. , Near Bates L'lty.AugujrS. AMANDA. daughter or Mr. Willis jrfiiucia, aged two years. Near Bates Cltyoly ,87, of heart dl-ease. Mr, JOHN WOSlf,LO, aged years. Near Bales CUy. Aug. G.of old age and general debility1. Mr. McLAUdllLIN. aged 88 years,- y Near ChjtffeiVflfllAug. 2, of old aire and general iWVillif: rs. cllAS. l'lIILIl'S. aged 74 years. In Hlgglnsvilli ust 4. of diph- llieria, MINNIE A MUKUAN, aged about 9 years. - Near Fulton, Aum, . Mr. J IlTT UetMO yiAV li o typhoid fever, RK. a cou-ln of Mrs. Jos. It. Moorebead, of ibis citv. . 1" t"l ullv. August 5, Miss LKOLA THO VI AS, aged US years. Miss Leola was tbe daughter of Mr. Frank Thomas, was born and bas always lived in this cily. For nearly a year sbe bus been a great sufferer from a spinal disease and about six months ago an abscess came In her side whicb finally caused ber dealb. During all her terrible sufferings sbe bore up as onlv a Christian van and died at peace with all the wcrld. Her many rriends mourn with her sorrowing rather and slaters and extend to ' them their deepest sympathy. .. j I from the Kansas Ci.y Times, August & , A special dispatch to tbe Times from Mar- ! shall announces the death or Very Itev. Father Edward Uauiill. at Shackelford. Si- ! line county, yesterday morning. Hat tier ! llamtll was perhaps tbe best known Catholic priest in tne slate and was tho oldest west of the Mississippi, being at tbe time or bis death 77 veara of acre. Thn ..nnni.n.u..., - I 77 years or age. The announcement of bis nrS nully known. Father , death will be received among the Catholics ol of whom be was uersonullv tlamill was tbe uioueer Missouri nnesi. hmi cam to Lexington forty-oue years ago, re tsiulug; his pastorale there until after the war. He was tbe companion of Father Don nelly, the pioneer priest of Hamas City, and Ihe continued growth of Catholicism in Mis souri was to him a mutter ol personal us well as cburcb pride, lo the Jrish sctilcmuut al Shackelford, where ho has been stationed for a number or vears, tnere Is no distinction be tween CMbollc aud Protesta.it and ho wi unlversally beloved by all. For many years it was Father Hamiil's business to travel over Missouri gathering Catholics logeiber. aud be baa established more churches than any mail in the state. Father llamill was a 11a liveof Armagh county. Ireland, bill oamc lo the United Slates when a mere boy. Uo wus nrduined by Archbishop Kendrick of St. lmis. The remains will be interred al the Catholic, cemetery iu Shackelford Tuesday morning. Bishop Hogan of this city. Vicar Ueneral Ivonenkamp, of St. Joseph, Vicar (Jeneral Brady, of St. Louis, and many priests from all over the slate will be prcscui. houmous. Uey. Meyers, of thia city, preached at Napoleon last Sunday. Itev. T. M. Cobb preaches al Huuhcsvlllc to-day and to-morrow. Itev. T. M. Cobb preached al I'leauuit Prairie church last Saturday and Sunday. Uev. K. C. Gordon will preach at the Pres byterian church iu Dover on the third Sun day (IS h) iu August. Preuchlng at Prairie church to-morrow evening at 4 o'clock bv Uev. Dupuy. of llin- glnsvillc. Tbe regular collection for sustcit- tat ion will be luken up. from a postal received from Uev. L. F. Clemens, we learn that Ml. Hebron cuurcb j will uot be dedicated uutil the tliiid Sunday (I8:b) of tbe present month. I Services iu cbrist church to-morrow at j 10:30 a. m. amis p. 111. Subject in mornm, j "What John the Baptist said to bis cnu j verts." Evening. "The lost days.' I Services at Kdenview to-morrow at 3:ao p. m. by Uev. J. W. Keerj!e,rub)eit. "The end or tbe world," iiJaagSnrTlue Scripture, , or tho seaoud persons! cominj oi Chylst " 1 Itev. w F. r Wagoaer, ot Dover, passed ! through rjv.JjiatSatardav on his wi;y lu Mas'ln Fhif Kansas Cily, lo. sdloml tun dedicatoryffyoes o a. ue cburcb at lb id ....... ill i ,;Y.j ,. i. ,.,.;fjBchool Notice. IfViS, Wawkins' school lor girls uud boys wlil Ph the first Monday in September. ItovttM t, the corner of ('ranklln jvvuuo and : SeVY-ateenth, street. augld'3 'iHr, P. Moratb means bu-iness as he ,jiM. nttt his slock ol hardware, etc... ui aorlttae. Call aud see biin. li. What is said to be a simple and sure pro tection Irom tbe pestiferous housefly in warm weather for thoso wbo have neither mosquito bats or screen doors aud windows. Is tbe simple burning of gum camphor on the cook Move or hot shovel two or three times a day. It will drive every fly and mosquito out cf the bouse, and require but little ex pense ami but a lew moments each time every day. Ex. A great New York business man says: It is always safer to buy from a man ibat adver tl-es. because it is altogether probable that ha will sell cheaper, and because his goods are not u nl to bo shop worn, As a rulo It is only men who do not advertise that fall. When they succeed it is because they have not bad com- put it ion. Instead of seeking trade thev rely 00 people that are obliged to Irade with them, uud they generally adopt the rulo that small sales uud largo prohts pay the besl. because they do not have lo pay large freight, bills. I lie advertising men and the advertising towns do the bulk of the business. COUNTY C0UBT PROCEEDINGS August Torm, 1889. tourt innl 111 rrtgular session. Pres ent: I'lusidiiie jnHiic.e Jos. K. Smith; Associate .Jiinticue Benton and Untrou: SliiM-iff Miichtill; Clerk Sleelc. Clerk ordered to certify to reg'sler ol lands lor deed to sw, nw, 1G, 48, 2H, lo Avi V. Keed, assignee of Kufus Al. Kcsterson. Di'iiiiiMliop license granted to Mitchell & McPonuld. A111111 U. Taliaferro, aged 9 years, of Odessa, ordered sent to tho Missouri institute of cdiicutioa of deaf and dumb at Fulton. Ordered that tho auditor draw war. rant in lavor of the couiify treasurer for Hialo school fund and $84 80 on road and canal fund. Slate, countv uud township school fund apportionment approved and wan-ant ordered drawn lo village treasurers. Stephen Jondc granted p. license to run a lorry lor five years at Wellington under seclion 5,0'Jl, general statutes of I 1W7II 'IM. : . lX ivZ j;8auio mid return, 75; 4 horse wagon and driver, $1 60; same and return, $2: .'5 horse wagon and driver $1 25; name and return, 1 75; 2 horse w.igon and driver, 75c; same and return, 1; one horse wagon and dri ver, 60c; same and return, 80c; horse and man, 26c; same and return, 40c; stock tattle, 15c: cow and call, 20c; sheep, 6c; hogs, 10c; lumber per 100 leet,2()c; freight per 100 pounds, 10c; foot passenger, 10c; same aud return, 15c. lloiid, $1,000. Assessment of Jas. W. Lewis for ISHi) made at 1,075 and collector in structed to collect on said assessment. Assessment ol It. II. Smith on 240 acres for 1SS9 made at $3,200 and collector instructed to collect on said assessment. Hasting Jones appointed road over seer in Alax Lyon's district. Assessment of J. V. Harrison for 1S89 on lots 3 aud 10, blk 61, firM add to Lexington, placed at $600iustcad of $1,000. Records read and approved. Treasurer reports bonds taken up as performer order of court as follows: Middleton township bonds Nos. 38, 3D, 40, 201, 202 aud 207 of $100 each taken up at $105 10 each; Washington township bond No. 2 of $1,000 taken up at $1,04S; Freedom township bond No. 10 lor $1,000 taken tip at $1,051; Lexington township bonds Nos. 7. 8 and!) of $1,000 each lakeu tip with interest ot $18 on each. Com prom iso granted Harrison Steele (or year 183 on 40 acres by the pay ment of origual tax. Compromise granted Samuel E. Vaughan on personal taxes for 1886 by the payment of original taxes. It. D. Wecdin, commissioner, in structed to repair Varner bridge. Treasurer's school settlement to July 1, 18.SU, approved. Alary Jording allowed to pay original taxes lor lsss 011 ne, no, 33. 50, 24 and :7 acres se, sc, 28, 60, 24, without interest. Treasurer's settlement to July 31, approved. Ten thousand dollars transferred from comily revenue lund to road fund. Judge Smith appointed agent of county to make contract with L. Jl. Harrison for rout of farm. New road ol Henry Sirotdman et al; commissioner's report filed and read and. Thos. Warren, Jas M. Lewis and Thos. Ii. Fletcher appointed commis sioners to assess damages. New road of II. H. Smith et al; peti tion read and proof made aud referred to commissioner. New road of II. K. Bimker et al; petition read, proof made and referred to commissioner. New road ol Jas. White, et al: neti- , Hon read, proof uiado and referred to I commissioner. Change of road ol J. A. Wbitsett; commissioners' report read and road ordered opened. Change of road of .1. 1;. Fulkcrson and A. II. Page; petition read, proof matio a no referred to commissioner. New road ot Zach Davidson et al ; petition read, proof made and referred to commissioner. New road of Ilcinrich Steffons; com missioner's report made and road ordered opened. Urati'sliop petitions ol Catron .t, Ale Lain, Fritz lialweiii, Hymer & Maior. r.v, , . ., .... . J ' and Ed It. Mulhews tiled : also reruon by R. L. llerr et a! lilea a,,a cause taken up lo Berry ti tor healing and cause continued to 4th d.-iy ot tseplcmber term. School mortgage ot Jno. O. Bledsoe ordered satisfied. Adjourned , 'S 'II K lullowniKleiterv remained uncalled lor al A. lllepostolli eal l.exiniiton. Lalavetle ooun 1 . At Insouri Aug S. Ihhll: Afl'itll-i, I'. -I I iinnaila, llt'in y, .1 i-ii.-s, K r' KWI .gg. II. M. M tithcw, s .. I'l'ikins. Iti-tiiuttiin I'lonitloot. Ilavul V illgoii t Aniiu Walker liarnes, Fletcher , lianiels. Utias. Kelly. Mr. I.cc, Ailierta Mi-a '.Neal. Kich.nl Peterson, ll.-lny Ann ltiluiiii, .laiuca VVllnon, A. A.I.I Misa I'Aitns. Itenih y, Frank JuhiiMin, It. A. .lam. a. It. r'. Mut-tiell. li. I1'. M .rol cl. I.itey Slelle, .Sallie m nen c.iiui'K lor inrae incase say they Wi re I. S. r iji,ui.iimj:s, I'. Al J CI . Kl) W 1 IOTKL, -OR SALE OR TRADE. K n uulliiiriZ' il to Hi'll (lie I.ttxlcile Hotel umt Kumtuire Lexinifluli. lit n lnvv irice unil iikt thiee-liHirlUi of inr ((iitchiihi iii'iiicy in Misuuri lunil. ami the Imluuce uii hnu tltii. Thin in a mn i-hum-.e l'i,r et-v iiri.'H a luit'i- ami vahubie hotel ioL-riv, 111 uti etisv ni inni'r. h. WIN SO It A SON A . It En i;usfcu,. i;i:i:ijtius' KT 1 hKS teslaiiieniiirv NOTICE. on the estate of Were irranli' 1 In- unilersigned on Ihe ,sth day ol Auvust, 1, liy luc probults court ol Lafayette county. i m : II,- IL .Mil I A in -irons liavuii; claims ustuinst fanl estate 11 l' n 1 ireil to v Ii 1 Ii il Ihem i.ir allow mice In Hi.' iMciilur wilhin line year Her Ihe date uf , iil lein-is in- lin y may lie 111 cellule I Irom anv , In in li ol hi. Ii tsuie; unit if such claims be not i '-Miiiii.cl w 1 1 In ti two tears irom the dule ol saii: I U Licrs lliey iv ill he lorever barltiil, ! t his bin day of Aimill. IsMI. iiu.ia co.vrKi.roK. M a u u a 11 hT cos r x. 1. 1.0 K. iiUHlll . Kxecutrixa. M III I K I'l.Y.MOLTIl ItUCH 4 lilt RE S. Ill VVK Knit SAI.K AIIOUT ille liniiilreil unit l ty nl llh.-e I'.l-.AC I'U'VI, IlillUS. ! I'l.i-y an-c. iiciili it to In- the ' -,1 nl I j . 1 1 i is c nckcii ever lieu, eiiiuuiilTlig all nil He-K. Oialile I'luilttlc. Ilarily. iln-ti1 111 st c, iMolilic luvcrrt und -le'iiT; 11 m: -ten -ale aim wnite; e.irly lnatnri my ongiiiui kiock were the hest pieiiuuii. -.11 emus 111 me minis 111 low unil llliimis mi Iieg : per beau, 1 propose to , uVr tin 111 al ine iiiituwiiig prices: iiue 11 11. 1 two 1 illlt-lrl n J f, (m t:ickrls ' 1 iu. Male ami MX iuiIIi-U 1' iiilliy i-ainiiil who net into . ins ' li i-ken- will soon uhuniloii all other. ... Hi u liioi-il ol ur :t 1 .1 I) rnNNF.lt. I want t clone out my cnllro stork of hov'f anil I'liililrinN anils Imforn I hi- arrivnl nl my lull -loi-k. mrt ol wliir.b is now en llu wav. aud otter the same at prime coat. ll.Sinauer, HOT WEATHER BARGAINS 2,500 yards of ten rent Clisillies for 1,500 y.l.s. Dress (JinghmiiH, worth 10 and 12ic, for 7Jc. 200 yards of best Lawns, worth 12 and 15c, for 8Jc. 3(10 yards of best American Sateen, 400 yards of best French S.ilcen, worth 35c, for 20c. 300 yards of Summer Ueigc, half wool, worth 15c, for 10c 75 yards of Egyptian Laces, worth S long handled Silk Parasols, worth 5, for $2 50. ; - 12 Gold Handled Silk Umbrellas, worth $3, for & 50" 4 White Lawn Kobes, 10 yds. lawn 13. yards of 45 inch Swiss Embroidery, worth $1, for 75c. 9 yards of 45 inch Swi.-s Embroidery, worth $1 25,for $1. 17 yards of 45 inch Swiss Embroidery, worth $1 50, for I. 4 yards of 45 inch Swiss Embroidery, worth $2, for $1 50. 20 dozen Linen Towels, 18x34, $1 per dozen. 3 fine white Counterpanes, worth $5, 1 fine white Counterpane, worth $4 50, for $3. 2 fine white Counterpanes, worth $4, for 2 75. WE ARE OFFERING OUR ENTIRE T STOCK OF COLORED AND BLACK SILKS FAR Come, and Come Quick, Respectfully. Lexington, Mo., July 10, 1SS9. "TO CLEAN OUTTENCE CORNERS." This term fully explains the farmer. . We still have a few season goods left that we wUb dispose or, to make room for $65 FARM WAGON FOR $57 $27 50 ROAD CART FOR $25. ' ' $18 ROAD CART FOR $15. $17 50 CENTENNIAL REFRIGERATOR $13 50. $21 MONARCH GASOLINE RANGE $17 50. ICE CREAM FREEZERS AT 15 TIN FRUIT CANS, QUARTS, M ' S PER D0Z. $2 HEDGE TRIMMC. OFFERS GREATER BARGAINS THAN EVER All Goods Reduced, and All Sumanr Goods Gjiaj at C'iirl-: ; Wo muni havo room and money for our Fall and Winter (JockIs, and propose to get the same by closing out our picsont stock. 1,"00 yds. Drraa lawna. wortb !c, for 3c. 1,5(10 yds. Dreaa I, awns, wortb Kb and lOo. for Bo. 1&0 yds. or Noveltv Waab Goods anil Qiusthams. worth I5. for lli 2.0(H) yla. Challlea, worth 7u. 10c and lain, for 4a, (Ho and Tic. 15 piews ot French Satmea. wortb 2 and for 10c-. M pieces of Kiue Satlnea. worth Wo nnd 12Jo. for To. ,n , ., V. , ... , ,, 20 vUh of 5n h Kuibroiilerjr, wortb 90c. for 00c. 10 yds. of 4.-lnch Swiss hiubroldcry, worth SI 23. for c. . 15 yda. ol 4.'i-inch Swi.a Kinhroldcry, wortb il 50, for tl. i. i) yda. of 45-inch Swiss Kinliroiili i y , worth 3 0. for 1 &6. 6 ydv 45-Inch Sp-uilsh Silk Lace. In black, worth 1 T8, for SI 20.-- 15 yds. 45-Inch Spanli-b Silk Lao, la black. worlU 2 75 foi- 91 7.". & .loz.Ladlea'llallirUrifan Kibbf-d Jersey Vcsts.Worth lCo.for 40. 3 doz. 1. miles' Jersey Vesta, worth :15c, fur 20o. lOdoz. all Linen Damask Towels, worth -jrvfbr 8)c.. 20 yds. Towels, the heat and lnnrl In America, for 35c. 1 piece of Turkey Ked I b'iIb 1,'nen. worlh 4."c, for 2Tln. 1 piece ol Turkey lied Table Linen, wortb 75c. for C2ic . l,ev of half-bleaobed Table Linen, worth :mv.. for S2o. t piece bleached Table Linen, worth liOc. for 42c. , 1 piece of bleached Table Linen, won b 5cvor 58c. 1 plcco or nieacneo nine Linen, worth f 1 25, for fftn. , -15 doz. Gent's Unlauiulrted Hhirta, worth 75o. fVr 45c. 2 dos. Fancy I'arasols. worth- 4 50. for ata. 3 doa. Fancy Parols, worth ta, for I na. Our .lire slock ot Black Silk Pa?f-j-andmWells, tho newest styles; in long and short haittlM, at a great reduction. WHITE GOODS AND EMQRQjbERIES? We still have a complete slock ol tho newest Embroideries, Lacw ntCl r . 1 . t t:.:n i 0 . .. I . . me lireaa iiihhih. uaiiin-, i i ic.us ..II ..- a, ...nn.1 1t....ni., I. ...ma Our entire stock of Colored and FancjaVKrnbroilr!isn t' Ecrue, Cream, I'iuk, Baby Kiue, Navy liluerMHlinal, firey ifiii:! just Half Trices. - -, . ' All Dress Goods, including IlcuricttflB ftinLjight cok' ; weighs, eto.' Press 8ilk and Satins al Irom 25 to 40 per cent. rqfJncllonA'.i , - ds4 ' AIiiivo are simply a few quotations. ('oimi ISaitjr 'and see ttiip ctiMto Updiit'.liuiis anil (.losing Out ISargaiiid. They are real j worth 25c. for 15c 50, CO and 75c, for 15 and 25c. and 9 yds. edge, worth $3, for 2. for $3 50. 4 large Palm Leaf Fans for 5C. BELOW THEIR VALUE. or yon may be too late.) W.G.McCAIJSLAN . what we'mean. ecner-Iall - to our fall and winter stoek. 50. percent. DISCOUNT. " FOR $125. Out Prices ! ! ' '-'---l,;.-3t,,1 nun oiyics luuouiuuioiia to tcrtii:'"! . . ED. W. H. AriREPt V, i I- V r 1 . r-t t , 1 I -I i -4 v w. - - . if. r : - - - 11 EBBBSBBBBBSBBSSSSBI - ' ' ' ' 1 t f 1 - ; i A 1 wFWia,aii.i. iii .. .