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SKtoMg HattlUgtnttr Ufflcirl I'llr t'aumr ' I'UOSKCUriNU ATTOUNKY. We are aiilhortxttl in annuiiir WILLIAM A 111. I. ma n.n.lirt.ilH fnr Hi. nfttr.B ol FroMOU ting Aimrn.y of l.aivUti oounty. aulijsol lo tii. amino o' tha uyiu tC'Ht'n psrty. 8HORTH. Read Rojle'a add. l'r Bock alt. E. B- Vaughn, tole agnt. ws Rovle'a add mean butloets. Read It. IWtf Coma and aea ua. Don't forifft It. Koyle Boo. J8r Bour l Ron want 0.000 dressed bog. JlHf Read Royle Son's new add In tbla paper, Thev mean buslnesa. J18lf Don't dm packing home lard when you can et the tura article by leaving your Jar - . .. n.,.. a inn nvankltn avenue, tf i I v ua t. vvw. w vuhi - - The moat thorough and effloient inairortlon on tha Piano. Oraan. Violin. Viola, Contra baa, etc., and In Toeory and Harmony ! ib h r. J. Kclabera- at the E. A. Semi nary; Call lor La Grippe Cough Candy, for sale by all dragglaia. grocera and conieolioners ttanufanturad bv tba Western Candy Co. tt Qo to B ur Son for apare rlba, backbone a ad oounirv aauaage. Jtnuu Royle Bon'a new add Is straight goods. Read It and aee for yourself. )"lf Persona falllnt lo get their paper regularly rom tba carrier will areally oblige na by tearing word at tbla offloe, where a paper will be given you and a reprimand to tbe arrl'.r. If wa bear no complaint, of courae we must conclude that tbe paper la left with , da leularlty. tt tfor genuine mooev viug uargama iu j cft.il.at Ahren'. J11"1 rr i ! 'irr t taking stock we are deter ws.a u cjv.i. a went Hoe ' goodaaod during tt weaka will m tbe blggeat ' ratta-'ttuti U ' iU 'all lon lh Una of winter ;jgd. be' Mad In Leilogtou. So ow . vbur Urn for genuine woney-aarlnf bai i Rood and trimming, hosiery, vsra. bawl, cloak, blanket, coiatoK uu wear, eaaalmerea Me. 4c. Kd W. H.! AUi - B. B. Vaughn, aole aerol lor Ret-sor atiauu, !. rock aalt. J'8"' " I want to cloe out tbe followlug arllc'e before taking etock and offer theae at prlcea raaardlaae af cost:-H6 boy'a auil. irom o iu IN aaara: 40 bov'e overcoat, from 8 to 18 yearai to double and alngl breaated sack Ha. alx from 85 to 44; 1M Chinchilla. Bea ... .Mil u.imt. nvarooata. In aacka and nlatarettea. Pleaee give me a call and eiam Ua Ibeea good belore buylnl. H. Bloaurr. Puoila wanted In oil. and china painting naatel and erevoo work, aball and wa work. For Information about price or for order for anything in tba above line apply by letter or iutal lo Ulu Hue M. Alexander. lxiog- to.i. Mo. flif klaequarada Blaht. ball at Turner ball Monday Tbe member of William Jewell aocletr of B. r. C. will debate upon the subject "Where will tba World" Fair ba Bald." tbl after- toon. Mr. Tbornl. Nlcbo's left Tuesday ntgbt for 8t. Uul where be s.peet oon t0 " 'r raniement for tba manufacture of bit re. cenil db anted belt carrier Ad GngllaL maMlIT dcg. waigbitvg 107 ponade. auppoisd to be tha largeat dog In tbe aiate. belooglog to Mr. Joa Hickman, of near tbl city, died, in Ktnia City laat rrlday. Mr. W. G. Mutgrova, of Medicine Lodge, Kanaa. ba tbe tbanka of our buainaaa man ager for tba pretent. latTuday, of a nice bam ot fraab vealion. He knowa our weak- Our Dorer uorreapondent made what tbe regular aewapapar correspondent call "mood" laat week. Thai ber effort ware appreciated la beat evidenced by tba fact tbal W bare ueen unable to aupply the demand lor extra eoplea of tba paper. Wa hope tbe xaar continue to write ua lb newt. A;yomlncnt and well potted gentlej.au of txir ally, wbt la not Interettdd except aa any other clllxen In tbe protperity of our commu nity .latt Wtdoeaday.la our pretence, predict ed la tba near future boom In real aalale In Mieeourt and decline of at lt two per cant. In tha rata of Intercut upon money loan ad. Blgglntvllla Leader: Mra. Mary Drum mood, and ber eon J. If. Drummond. of May view, were vltltlng tbelr relative, tbe fam ily of Geo. W . Houx.lhl week. Tbe ion. J. N. Drnmmond, tlx teen year old, wa feeling tolerably proud beeauae be drew tbe nice little turn of t'JM) from tbe Loultlana lottery tbla aooutb. ftjr. S. A. Chanoa, of Centralla, baa taken charge of tba Merebanta hotel. Hlggiotville, Vice RJcbarda Beetle, (kipped oui. Tbe later will ba remembered by Lexlnaton people a managere of a theater company wblcb broke up at tbla place not long ago. Tba Marcbanta la a good hotel and we hope it la now In good banda. Rev. W. B. Painter, paator of tba Baplint loreb of Hlgglnvllle. while going down a pair of etep at tha reeldenee of a friend In Warrentburg, laat Satarday, allpped end fell, trtkiog bl bead upon a atou and rendering blcn aneontclou for a time. He waa uoablt to All bla appointment Sunday, but la now getting along olcely. Keaaae City Timet: At It meeting yea. terday ateruooa the board of public worka let tba contract for conetruellog tbe 8i elec tlon bootba needed for tba coming aprlog alectlon wblcb will ba governed by tbe pro vUlonaof tba Aottrallan ayitntn of voting. William Harmon being the loweit bidder waa awarded tba contract at 1838 TB. One-half t tbU eipenaa mutt ba born by tba elty and tba remal Ing ooe-balf by tba county court. lr W B. Gowlecb,wbo,wltb bl mother, a pcadlb( tba winter lo Lot Angelee, Cel., adde tba follow log to a b Jtlnett letter to Capt. i' Andrew: ''Tble I a lovely coun try. There baa not bten a frott tbl far ihia Winter, flower and rote In bloom, treea green and covered wltb fruit, each aeoren gee, lemone. peara, ttga, nulnlat, ollvi a. ba Beoat, ate; grata geen all about) grapea large, aweet and la abundanoe; fruit rlpeolna all ttaa tide It la warm and aunny all day and night comae tbe refretblng breexe frn tbe oeean. Sea bathing goee on bera all wlutt r. Tba beach ie but ten wile from till- i-hy. Two railroad rrb there, where n die a ' towa (Santa Monica) bat iprung ui. I la ailed be 'city by tbe tea.' Number uf Lo AagtWe famllle camp on the beich lo Irot. several lamlllee of a nelgliborhiMid roloulaiog together lor a few week. It I dtie mainly for tbe aaka of tba children wbr e)ur tbem aelve Immantlv In tbe land aud wavet. Mr. Flgott, a former retldent aud merebant of your ally, la bare. He la tick at pretent and la at tba Slater IIotiltal. He aendt bin klii't et regardt." Wave-ly: MIm Katla Lewi, of Petti county, le tba guett of ber aunt. Mra. Matora. Mr. D. H. Davit, wife and oo,Tboin. vit. Red In Lexington tbe pait week. Mlt Nellie Keith tnd brotber.Ubarlle.are vUlilng friendt la Kkntaa Cltv. ' Mr. J. F. Garrett, wl'e and : - iiaughter were called to tbe dalb bed of tbe former' brother. Mr. Joteph Otrrrlt. In Lamar. Barton county, on laot Tburtdy.1 Ilr wet. Zeytlng, who baa been vltlilng at bla old boma In Kentucky lor lb patt Ova weekt, returned home Tuetdav nlabt. I'rcta Tracy Pot Sunday In tbie city. MIm Dora Atbtr I on tba aick Hit. Mlta Nora Hurnitt oa tba l-k H"t. Mr. Tboiuaa Jrnning, ' who ba been quite elck wltb tbe typhoid fever, la convalescing. Bev. W. H. Winton ( a holding protracted mealing at tbe M. E. nureb.lo tbl city. Rvery one It cordially In Vlted 10 attend. Mr. Gant bat bought a half Interact in tba dry good aud grocery alore r nr. W. W. Davl. Alter tliit It will be W - - knowa a Gant A Davl. Tbe river broka at this place oo Sunday evening tnd I now most alear of ioa. Ml Lolu Miller, of Corder.ba boaa la tbl city tb paat week. Mr. Cbappel. ' of Blackburn, waln this city Sunday calling. Ifr. Wiloog fpent Sunday in i( ansae City. ' lfr Henry Barton bad quite a serious accl- 4nt at tba saw mill, on last Tuesday, by hiving bl fore finger oa bla left band cut off H (ha tm Joint. l'eter Mi-Iulyre received 4(K) of the gov ermnent'a peimloo money Tliurnlav. Tbe W. C. T. V. will menl Monday, r'eb Srd. at the resilience ol Mr. Krauk Nlr.liiiou at three o'clock p. ui. Tbe weather the wr hat bnwu more like alarvb than .lanuary. I thrii)iiuiler ranglnc frcin SO to !k) above ixio. The HlgglDtvllle Advance rrporli a gamb Hog dive In the heart ol that town aud taya vouuk man of Dover wu "flerred to tbe tune of (ISO laat week" Mann Chlnn li a mighty greedf fellow. H baa bad the grippe three timet, and doet not eem to care whether or not there la enough left lo go around. Mm Jrnule Herds received ber appoint ment p inert Thursday night. Her term of office will begin at toon aa ber bond, which will be an excellent one. It tent to Wathlng ton and approved. A parlor entertaluiueut will be given b tbe ladles of tbe Metbodlit church at 'be ret Hence ot Mr. Jo. B. Silver. Tbunday February d. Admlttiun for lady and geulle man, lo; tingle tickets lo cent. A butineta man of Waverly, without know'edge of from whom came our Waverly items, atld to ut toeoiner nay: "i can get more Waverly newa from your paper than from any other source I kuow of.'1 Hon. Geo. R. Wenillloa, a noted Irrttiier will deliver bis lecture on Stonewall Jck,i u at Htgen'i opera bouta, March 7. under the autplce and for the ben til of the t . M. C A. Tlckett will be for tale at Koyle A Son. Tbe following pupil from this county aie now lo attendance at me niaauuri acuooi iui tbe deaf aud dumb at Fulton: lvl Bnllart Lexington; Joseph Hltklln, lilglnvllle; Edward Hntpmeyer, Alma; Annie Tallal'rrro and Maud Wiloox, Udetta. Amonv tbe billt reported favorably lo tba Uulted Slaten innate, last Tburadey, wat oue 'authorizing the Islington I'ontoon Bridite company to construct and tnaiutain a pnutoon bridge and to legalize the bridge already cou atructed at Islington, Mo." Mlt Mlunle Robinson, teacher Iu Ilia col ored echool, agalnat wnom cnarges oi im morality were prelerred recently, and who in cootriuenca thereof resigned ber position, bat been reinstated by tbe school board, iba ruinora bavlug been found lo be falae. e received tbla week, with the couipll. ..: of Mr. Adam Walk. Jr.. Hie New , ,r's edition of tbe Pueblo (Col.) Chleltaiu It aontalni 'JO pages ol good, solid reading matter, mostly aettlug forth the advantage of that city, and a Daudioiue Illustrated cover, Mr. W. G. MoCausland'a dry goods tlore hat been closed tbla week, an Inventory of the stock being In prog rets preparatory to tbe advent of tba new Arm, which li full fledged and will ba In auperb running or'er next Monday. Wa wish and predict lor Hie new Or in a successful and proiperou future, Two tramps giving tbelr names as Ja. Doyle and Jaa. Burn, and claiming to bill from Sedalia, wera arretted at Coucordia latt Friday tor stealing two pairs of two's from Mr. J. A. Bbullx. They were tiki n belore Squire Tbieman.wbo give them thirty daye In tha county Jail. They were placed In (ill here Saturday. Iduna literary society, of C. F. C. bat elect ed officers and tba educational stall of tbe Grin for tba ensuing five moniba as lollew: Ed itor-in-chief, Julia Brown; literary editor, L'llle Lath; review editor, Bessie Jones; e change editor, Hattla Williams; local editor Lulu Piper and Annie McCoy; buslneta msn exnrs, Alberts Hawklnt.Llxzle Grove. M title Fylea and Frank Moore. Tba retention of -o many of the old effloer Insures a continued inturest in the work of Iba society. Tbe following are tbe names of tbe pupil of Pleasant Prairie school who attained an average grade of 84 for tba school mooih ending Jan. S4ib. Bettl Liveaay. Gertie Jefferson. Bessie Fiabback, Annie Leunox, Blanch Jeff ei son, Emilia Wood, Fannie Harrington, Katla Walraveo. John Reoltk, John Guy. John Lennox. Foster Reulck. Car! Jefferson, and Frank Walraven. Owing to the la grippe, quite a number did noi rnsr.e a very good grade on allenlanr.e , but all are now again In tbelr places. Sedalia Gaxelte: Ucar Audreeu, I lie well potted traveling representative of the fit. 8'. Louis Paper Co., while in tbe city yes'er day, chatted Irrely wltb a Gvxette scribe. Politically, Mr. Andreen It a democrat, and a consistent one at that. He favora tbe nom ination of CleveUud lir president and Kr.r ait for ylue-pretldent. "With this ticket,'' be aaid, " tbe democracy can win with ease. And wheu It l elected, and theae two wise and bonent democrat are placed Iu charge of tbelr respective positions, you will aee better time in tbl country. Rmlne-.e has been constantly growing wtrte ever since tbe day of Harrltoo'a eleotion, and wa nerd not look for an Improvement until tbe admlutntratloo ol this country Is again placed in the bands of tbe demociacy." Tburadav night tha Hulled Sous of I'rolec tion, aaecret organization whose membership Is composed of colored men, held a meetloic, lo their loom over Mr.. W. B. Qsmlett's hutober shop, for tha purpose of Initiating sven new members. Tba cand'dates were blindfolded, brought Into tba main room and Hood In a circle. Bice Anderaoo. a contplc g ina figure upon our tlreeit, It the manual ol tha lodge, and going out of tba regular routine of butineta for tbe purpose of baylog a little fun.tecured an enormoui lire-cracker. Ignltad the fuse and attempted to place It be. bind tba appltuauta lor membership, but be fore ba could release bla bold upon It tba cracker exploded and tore bla right band Into Jelly. Yesterday morning Drs. McDonald A Crist, bis physlciana.amputated the thumb, fiont and index lingers and tbe upper part of tba third Soger, and tbe probabilities are that tha remtlnder of the band will bava to be amputated. Wednesday evening Lillian, a bright and prelty little tbree-year-old, the daughter of Mr. Win. ri Stevenson, wa playing In the yard at ber father's residence and found tha foot of a china doll, which, child-like and thoughtlessly, she placed lo ber right ear. After It bad ocoe been lodged ber bold upcu it waa lost and wltb one finger tbe tried to dtalodge It, but only pushed It further In. She went Into tbe bouse and told ber mother of It and iba waa Immediately taken to Drs. Fulkersno and Chambers, who tried to ex tract It. Tbe toe of tbe doll's foot was lodged alost a tender part of tbe ear and wben attempts wera made to withdraw it tbe child experlraoed axerutiating paloaand It became necessary in administer chloroform and at oaa lime it was thought she waa lo vary great danger of not coming out from under Us in fluence. Our physician were compelled to give li up and aba wa taken to Kansas City Thursday morning, where the china wia removtd by Dr. Halley. wbo wat obliged to cut tha ear open. Tbe time consumed in operating waa nearly two hours. Tbe little sufferer Is getting along as well aa could be expected. A meeting of young men waa held in tbe office of tbe lutelllgencer last Monday even ing for the purpose of organizing a new a Kiel ulub. Wm. Bandon waa made tempo rary chairman and Frank Laaoorn secretary. Piaos of omanizatlon were freely discussed and committees on arrangements and con all lutlun and by-laws were appointed with in structions lo report Wednesday night, when anotbrr meeting wat held, an orgaulxation elected and permanent officers elected. The officers are: Wm. Ilsndon. president; Etbsn Allen, Jr., vice-president; Krsnk Lainhoro, secretary; J no. C. Young, Jr.. treasurer. Tba Dimes enrolled, betide the olUcers.were: Wllha Powell. Joo. MountJ.iy, Harry J. Woods. A. S. Loomis, Lee Dillard. James Nlckell, Jno. Robinson, Ed. Moorman, Win. Harrison, Tom Tingling and Kih King. The ' limit of uieiutiersblp was placed at twenty -! II ye. Tha rooms over the millinery store of Mra. 8. P. Arnold were rented and necesaary furniture ordered purchased. Tbe rooma will ba opened to the member for tbe drat time to - nlgb! Tbe name of tha club Is "Tha Owls," and tha whole purpose for which If is orgamxed la aoolal enjoyment. There 1 atlll room on the enrollment book for Ibe names of ten itr'.ctly moral young men. The club Is proceeding elowly lo tbe matter of fitting up tba room and in a few months axpeofs lo bava tba mo it elegantly furnished rooms lo tbe city. 4un't forget the masquerade ball to be given by Ihn Turn vei tin society Monday ulgbt. Mr. David Itavla, of Waverly, will reiuov to thlt oil February lb for tbe purpose u educating bla children. Mr. Jno. Price bas purchased from Mr Kvhu Younu his residence ou South street Piiatenslon lo bo imuu February '20. Cou aideratlou, S2.700. Mra. P. C. I'allersou slipped aud fell Iu tb yard in the rear of ber residence over Mr Leroy Karmer't drug store, laat Friday night, and hrnle her right arm mt above the wrist. Mi-i Mollle Kaloii. well-knowu aud blxblt eMi'Cinrd III thlt cHy, bas accepted lbs poh I Inn ol clerk In tbe poito'Qce at Pavel te Her lather li lb newly appolutfd po.luia-ler at t'lat plate. Kuilroada and Railroadom. Mr. Ki'h K lug It now I w Ming biaket iu tbe Mo. 1. Mr. ti.O. Pierce, cattle coroner.1' ofib Mo. P. ay.teiu. aaed through here lueailay muiouig ru rtr, in ivansas iiiy iroiu urn shall. Mr. K. I.. J. me, of the l.exluglou brau.ti mall aervlcn. uaased through hare lue-Jav morulng on bla way lo ienver. wui r.- u ymltej aeveral days. Wblle lusklny a 'nlut" awiu-b ai McliiewN mill I ueaday eveulng Kicbai u Vonntf aloud too ulnae to the track aua waa timet, wltb mucli lorce ou uia uip o, iw . ..i i., r i,r a rreiubt car aud badly bruited. No boiiea broken, tim tie bas beeu laid up ever hue. The isllri.aJ boys have given tip their earch for "MiGluly's whiskers" aud are o..liug lor Mall Ageut Joe iLiuna r moiit- i be. .ouductor Whlllaker aya It eituer blew id or waa pulled out at a lime station Jat-k-nu county called Adams. He bad the urlp but be baa lost that, loo. Mr. t y Sluhl. oue uf tbe flrt conductors ii i be J. ('. B. A L,, but now ruoulng as con ductor ou a passeuger train onlneKauasi City au I Nortbweatern. betweeu Hausaa llv and Keatrlre, Neb., pataed through here Tue..,.y ou hit way lo work alter a visit lo hi lamlly in Sedalia. "Cy." ia a good, clever iu in aud has inimerout frleuds In Ibis pari ol tbe country. IMv. Su it. U. Htlllwell. of tbe Mo P. R. It . piiaed tbroiiirh here Tuesday night rn route to liia Imiiie In Sedalia. He received a severe ,, rain of one of tbe Jolula In a leg some three iiiouilia sgo wblle steppiug ou a train aou still "wears cane" In consequence. Mr. Millwell ia a very clever gentleman, cour b oiia iu hi treatuieut of all. and commands tbiiulmoal reaped of all railroad meu. He la at much at home sitting on the back of a nli-.tr talking aud Joking wltb "tbe boys" aa la altiiug Iu tbe cushioned chairs of tbe rsilroad headquarters counseling wltb bl brother odl"lls. To Ibis, more than any'hlng lae, perhnpa, may be attributed bis great pitpiilarliy. Iu apeak'ng or tbe propoaeu xteuaion of Ibe J. C. B, A L. be said tbat no one, unleas it be Mr. Uouiu ana nr. i iara, new what would be done ana mat most likely tbey were not deolded aa to tba course tbey would pursue. II this I made tba main line be think the company may be persuaded lo place depot and freight yard at the foot of Tenth stree'.. In this cltv. If tbe city will give them enough ground on wblcb to place the buildiug and switch track. Jefferson City Tribune, January SU:-Tba iorp of engineers, wbo have been engaged In making a survey of tbe rlvor route axtentlon from BoonvlH to tbl olty, completed tbeir work yesterday morning. Tbey drove tbe last atake about 10 o'clock In tbe morning, packed tbelr tra'i. camp equipage, etc., and boarded tbe east-bound local for St. Loult. Tbe party, thirteen In number, took dinner at tbe depot, and Mr. J. C. Kentoo, wbo wa the engineer in charge, found a few moment spare time after be bad bla dinner ft talk about toe survey. "Wa have bean In ibe Held for nearly two montba and a half." aaid he. "and In tbe main bava bad very favorable weather for tbe work. It was si iv ir wa made, for we located at wa came, and that ia a tedious task. It Is a splendid Hue. No grada In It anywhere exceeding lb feet to tbe mile, and very few of tbem. It Is as near water-level line as can be found anywhere. Why, wbu it I completed, oueol tboea big coueolldatora" of tbe Missouri Paclllo can haul 00 loaded cars over It without any more effort than Is required to pull thirty over the present main line west of Jefferson City. I' be distance between Gray'a creek and Boonvllle by tbe located line la )ut a trifle under forty-six miles.' ''Mr. Keplop, do you tbluk tbat construction will commence ou tbe road soon V asked tbe reporter. Well, now vou bava ma. I aw aa Inno cent of knowledge of tbe Intentions and pi j ui iu, uianagcuieui I tue ruau at yuu are, All that Is expected of ma Is tbat I will do the work assigned to me, and nut to know anything about tbe builneae of any otber department.' Tbla wat the aum and tub- alaui't of Mr. Keuton knowledge, ao far aa would declare It, of tbe anticipated con struction of tbe river route. Tbe line, at tated, le now located and ''staked" and I ready for tbe dltcbera, grader and trackmen. la the general belief and talk among tba railroad men that w irk will commence on the line Inside of two months. Rellgi ua. Rev. W. A. Wilson of B. F. t'. preached at Houstonla Sunday. Rev. J. W. Keeble will preach at tba Hick- n ecboot bousa to-morrow afternoon at I 'clock. Mr. eo. C. Maby. of lha Sedalia Associa tion, will speak at the yo jng man'e meeting at 8 o'clock Suodsy afternoon In.T. M. t. A. ill. Rev. H. M. Rlcbardiou returned Tuaaday igbt from Sis Mile church, Jackson county, where be preached Sunday and Visited Irlands. Rev. F. V. Eaton ba arrived aud will preach at tbe Baptist church to-nlgbt, to morrow morning and evening and several lay of next week. Regular service at Christ (Episcopal) burch to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock and vcolng at 7:30 o'clock. 8 ubject for morn ing: "If a man die shall be live again. Y. M. C. A. Items. Tha reports of our last state convention at Hpringfluld are now ready aud can be ob tained from tbe Uen'l Secretary at ten ceuta eacb. It will be especially iutereitlng lo read as the convention waa unusually profitable, Geo'l Secretary Geo. C. Maby of tba Seda lia Y. M. c. A. bas promised to lead our meeting uext Sunday. Why not give him an informal reception on Saturday night froui :80 to H:.'10. We Invite all tbe fellows to ine up as uaiiul to play oliett and checkers nd make Mr. Mahy'a acquaintance. Wa would lit-e to show what Lexington can Uo III Y. M. C. A. matters. We do not see bow false impressions con cerning our work get abroad- The last one bleb we beard I tbat tbe young men Ip tbe country are not welcome at our rooma. We have stated publicly before tbat all young men are welcome and moreover will receive a wrhorae. We will be greatly Indebted to our frieuds if they will kindly correct such mistake aud also let us know if tney bear any others. We intend to keep correcting llete errors until everybody understands that our latch string is open to all. Card of Thanks. Tbe good people ol Maple (Hen school house will plea-e accept my slucere Ibank for the kind manner In which they ao sub atmllelly remenjbered myself and family laat week. I assure you tbal the cheerful manner ii. which these gifts were bestowed I much appreclsled by your brother Iu Christ. J. J. Dvi. t'oHt panetuent. Although we put on an extra force t,f workmen thoy were unable lo Qnlab tbe Im provement! oo our building to time fur ut to open to day, at we expected. We therefore are compelled lo postpone our opeuiog till Muudty. We will open without fall on thai day. Come and see ua. UuCauhmu. Youno A McCaul.ni PuiBUUallllue Mi -.a Maggie Lane ia very sick. Mrs. Jno. C. Young, Si., i some better. Dr. J. W. Mcng apxiil Siiuday m Dover. Mr- l.eroy Parmer spent vcMerday In K an sa Cltv. Mr. Win. II. Chiles wis iu hana . It v Thursday. MaJ. Maildloid Sellers wa in KauaaaL'llv Saturday. Mr. I . '. Vau Augleu, of Dover, was iu the city Monday. Mr. Wra. F. KerJolff. Jr , wa Iu hauaas Cltv Wednosday. Mr. Geo. M. Catron waa Iu Hlgginavllle uu business Monday. Mr. Jos, A. Edmonds Was at Waterloo ou buslneal Wedursday. Mr. A. V. Uoblnaou was Iu bauaas City on business Tuesday Mr. Rich. Kylaud left 'i'tiuradav fur a two weeks' visit at Odessa. Prul. A. A. Jones was iu h'auaas City I'uesday aud Wednesday. Miss Katie Gordon left Tburnlav for a visit of severs! dat a in Hlgginsviile. Mesars. Kd. Pavue, W. K- Trigg and David Lyons were in Kansas city Thursday. Mrs. Isaac Uyland. of Kanaas v.lly. well known Iu this city, is reported quite sick. Mr. P. H. l.arkin, ot Corder, was In the city Thursday and called ou tbe Intelligencer airs. Juo. K. Kvlaml len rue-nay ror a vltlt to tbe family of ber aim. In hausa CHy Mrs. J. B. Silver attended a Melbodlst lult- alonary couveiillou al Kanaa City Wednes day. Mra.o. Amlreeu and little daughter, Mary. weut lo Kansas City veaterdav to see Mr. K. A lieu. Mrs. W. W. Davis, of Waverly. visited the family of Mr. M. J. Cblnu last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Wm. It. Haiulott and daughter. Ml a Emma, spent yesterday aud the day before li Kansas Cltv. Hon. Jne. S. Blackwcll left Wednesday morning for Columbus. Kas.. to attend to some legal business. Mra. Jno, T. Smith returned Wednesday morning from St. Louls.where she was called bv tbe death ol ber father. Mrs. Celeste Aikeu, of West port, who bas beeu visiting tbe family or Itev. T. M.Cobb, returned (o ber boiue Tues lay. Mr. Dan Chamber, ror long time tbe oily oglneer at this place, uow residing iu Kan- sat City, waa bere Tuesday ulgul. Mr. D. M Smith left Mouday for a week's Islt to bis slsler In Joplln. and to acuompauy hla mother, wbo ia visiting there, borne. Mr. J. A. Price, wbo has beeu conllued lo bis room for ten day or two weeks by hron- bttte and la grippe, is able to be about agalu. Mr. J. W. Basye and wife went up to Kan- sat City Mouday. Mr. Bavse relumed Wed uesdav evening and bla wife will return to night. Col Hinder Ben Jeoklus, oue of the best uown steamboat men In tha country. Is now In charge of tbe river colutnus of lb : St. Louis Republic. Messrs Isadora aud Phillip Keller left Thursday to visit tbe principal poinla In Kansas In search of a placa for the former lo engage in bualness. Judge Edward Bower, of Dallas, Texaa. arrived bere Monday night wltb bit daugh ter. Miss Ruth, whom he placed In B. F. C. at a boarding pupil. Mr. and Mr. J. A. Burtou, of Rales City, patted through bere Saturday night en route boma from a vltlt to Mra. B't mother. Mn. Turpin, In Carrollton. Uncle Archie Porter, wbo hat been tick for aome time and conhned lo bit bed. It reported better. Be bat long bean a familiar Sgura upon our atreets. Mra. Georgia Melnbold, Duokal, for merly of this city, now residing In St. Loul. wbo baa been visiting Mrs. P. (.'. Patterson, returned home Saturday nlgbt. Mr. Jno. Meyer, formerly or tbli city, but now residing In Denver, Col., arrived beie Monday nlgbt tor a visit to the family of hie brother-in-law, Mr. E. Haekker. Mr. L. C. Stabler and wife of Weston, are tbe guesleof the Istter's aistnr, Mra. Kd. Marks. The occasion of their visit is the severe illneaa or Mr. Wright. Mrs. H'i mother. We are gratilleJ lo learn that the eblldrtu of Mr. J. M. Spurlock. with tbe exception of little Mattle, whose death it announced elte where, are getting along Hotly and will toon be ato it again. Mra. E. L. Marsbtou. of Fort Worth. Tex., who ba been visiting tbe family of Mr. K. Cbaoilor, left for ber home Tuesday morn ing. She wea accompauled at far at Kiutat City by Mra. Chanilor and Mra. A.T. Sbarpe. Mlta Ida Haya.of B. F. C.taug at a concert g'ven for tbe beuenl of tha Y. M. C. A.. In Liberty, laat Saturday ulght. Miss H. B. Jewell's name waa also on the programme bat ibe waa suffering from a severe rase of la grippe and al tbe request or ber pbyilclin canceled berenfagemeut. Mn. Elban Allen, upon whom Dr. Geo. Halley performed a very difficult and dan gerous surgical operation last Sunday morn ing, at All Saints hospital. Kansas City, la rapidly recovering and should no unfavorable avmptoma arise the will be able to return borne In a week or teu days. Dr. A. Taylor, of Hulcblnsoo, Kas., wbo wta called to this city by tba death of bis brother, baa been visiting relatives In Con cordia and arrived bete Irom that place Tues day tor a abort visit before reluming home. We understand be la thinking of eoming to tbli place to practice bla profession. HK ALTAR. Married At the resideuce of the officiating minister. Rev, Henry Uoeier.lo Hlgglnavllle. January 1. Mr. HENKY Wr KIN and Mias AUGUSTA MK-SENKAMP. Near tbla) city. Jauuary 2'J. by Ray. Bead. Mr. OH AH. ISLES aud Miai ELIZA BETH R. HORN. In thlt city. January .. bv K-qiilre Granville Clayton, Mr. K. T. CAMPBKLL and Mil GEO KG IE SMITH, both of Odette. At tbe Catholic church. In this city. January 8a. by Kt, Rev. J. J. Lilly. Mr. ROBERT LEE I'UlLlPd and Miss VINA A. N. DILLON. At tba Christian cburcb. in lllggint. vllle. Jan. 80. Dr. WM. C. WEBB and Miss LVLK CAMPBELL. rrom a union of two sucb excellent young people as these nothing but bipplness cau be expected to spring. Will I a Using young pbyneian ot Hlgginsvllla and enjoys quite a lucrative practice. HI bride Is a charming young lady, loved and honored by all wbo know her. Both are bigbly connected. Tbe hearty congratulation of tbe Jnlelllgeucer are exteuded to them. THX OUAOL.lt Born Near this city. Jauuary W, to the wife ol Mr. Lafayette Uruxell a hoy. In Eatt Lexington, January 2. to the wife of Mr. Stone a girl. Near thlt cltv. January 25, to the wife of Mr. L. Fry Wilson a boy. Near thie city. January 27. lo tbe wife of Mr. Ja. Rice, Bettle Greer a virl. - In Lexington township. January 'JH, to tbe wife of Mr. Alex. Huldorn a boy. In Kansas City, January 1. to (he wile of Mr, Wm. Barton. r'annie Waddeil a boy. In Lexington towuhip, January 2,to Ibe wife of Mr. Lewis Coats a girl. The child lived only a few hours. TUB TOMB. Died In Clav townahip, January 'id, of toariet lever. MATTIK, daughter of .lames M. and Magdora K. Spurlock, aged li years and 10 montha. At May view. Januarv 27. A N V 1 1.' n,.. aeven-year-old daughter or Mr. K. P. Mara ihall. At Great Kalis. N. II.. Jauutrv 2. I90. NOAH I, KALL. aged 117 vears, only brother Jonn ('. Pall of tbU city. Iu Chli ayo. Ills.. January II, JULIE, Wile ol Mr. Jtisib Oieeullelil, lormerly a resident or this city. Mrs. O. was a slsler of our lownrmsu. Mr. Moaea Kraukel. At Ibe realdeuce or her aon-lu-law in Wanenshuig. January 27. or old age aud general debility, Mrs. MAKOAKEi BLED SOE, relict of Waabinglon Bledsoe, for many yeart a resident of Snt-a-Har lownablp. tbl oounty. She was burled bv Ibe side or her husband, at old l oucord church. At bla borne, near May view, January 25. or heart failure. Mr. RoBT. II "Oil I'll aged 40 years. ' Mr. Smith hi long beeu a realdeiil of ihi county and was one ol our mo,t prominent farmer. He wu hi -hit et,.em, i)y a i.i. . i.. ...... . in miai- ai'iiiailli:illi-. J, i,.avea a wife all ' ' i"- ma remain wire liiiiiml in M;cli.elli niu.ieiy, utu Ihia citv. .M I ii v . Jua i'i M" Jauuary 2H. Mr. II. K. Mr. .t.ti n agrii i yeara. u...uii I -inn no mil ii an, i ri.i.n.1 1.. .1.. iu inn county ami liia pareuta yi t reside near May view, r.u a iiuiiiImii of yia j,e baa been eugageu in uuaiuoa at Spriug field, and at tb lime or hla deatb waa being treated at tbe asvlum lu Ml. Jne. His reuiama were brought ueie sun imerreii iu lUachpelab T hursdnv. cemetery - Near oniei. January :'H. Mr. MAK- , 126.96.36.199 .- 11 iiiiiiiii-iu.. aged 'In years. ror a numiier 01 years Mr. Ilarrlsou baa been afflicted with tbat dread disease, eon- sumption, but tbe Immediate cause of his death was ia srlpp. During the early part of his faiber'a teim as colli clor of Ibe revenue of Ibis county. Marcellu acrved as a clerk lu Ibe onlce. but on accourl of III health was advlred "Y hla pbysician lo go west. This he did, eugagiug in aud making quite a succeas ol me civil engineering liu.luess. But there bis health failed lo improve aud be returned home to spend the remainder of his life. He was so excellent yomiK iuan.nl slrlctly mursl balms and bl kind and courteous treatment ol all made blm Iriend where ever he went Ills sorrowiug relstiyea bate the timers sympathy ol bis numerous frluuds here r-uueral service were held at I he farm resi dence, hye and oiie-balf 111 1 lea soiilheaat of lliggiuaville. Wedneailay, 111. 1 bla remain ,veie Interred al 'order. At Ibe re-ldence of ir. J. O. Kusaell, wbo preceded htm lo Ibe grave only two day. January 2S Mr. I I I. M AN A. II. FOX, sgeu auoui r: yeara. Mr. r'os waa born iu Middle, Teou., about Pie year 181S, and al the breaking out or tbe war identitleit huuaell with the touthein c iui. He was at Sprluglield, Mo., during Ibe terrible battle there as was alo Dr. Ja. G. Kusaell. who waa severely wo iuded and nursed through bis luug npi-11 of sickness by Mr. Kos. Here a very great allachmeut spruug up betweeu the two men and they have lived together ever aince, Mr. Fox at tending lo rami duties and Dr. Itussell prac ticing his profeaaiou. Most meu art actuated lo duty by -it-111 b purposes, but Mr. Fox abandoned all consideration for self aid devoted all bis energies In the promotion of the welfare ami happiness of Dr. Kusaell and Ins family. Mr. Fox was above the average until iu Intellectual atlalureuis and was well poled on the Itible and auy history connected therewith. Although he lived a secluded life he was a man of alroug social feeliiiga and ueyer neglected lo contribute to the bauuluess Ad peace ol his lellow men. A TKIbU'l Bt. "Blessed are tbe dead which die In the lend Irom henceforth; yea, sallb the spirit, h it tbey may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them." Mure endur ing than a mouument of bronze or granite Is lbs reaull uf a life spent iu benedts to others. A lasting contribution lo noble alms and lu- ceutlvet It given to bit world by the man wbo weavet into Ibe daily acts of life, tbat pursuit of good, the fruit of which it au uuselUsb ser vice lo all lo wbom hit strength can become a kindly shelter. Such a man was Mr. Kohl. Taylor. His lite bas nl died with the dealb ol Ibe body, but aurvivet In the immortality of good and Jul deedt. Hla worth lo the public tcbocli of Lexlrgtmi was great, at.d bla dealb Is felt aa a personal sorrow by all who are lu connection with tbem. El'cted aa a member of the board of education in l&ia. be, lor seveu ycar,iuade a most eolclent director; lust, jet kind lu all hi decisions. Tbu he gave some uf ibe beat years of bis life to Ibe rause of public educatluu, aud In bis loss, all who are connected wltb Ibe pub lic school of Ihia city feel that one lu whom tbey trusted for strength aud counsel bat passed from tur midst. To tbuse whose bereavemeul la greater lhau ours, we can but offer our heart felt sympathies. With blm all it well. "Mark t.i perh ct man, and be bold the upright, for the eu l ft tbat man It peace." Makv II. Smi i m. Flukknck W. Akmm u, M IHUIK SfKAHN, Committer. Appoluled al a called meeting of the teach er! of tbe public schools, Mondsy, jauuary '2 .'lb. I NIX). IIHIII.AKV. Ueury C. bolder was boru In Pleasant Valley, Wasbiugtou county, Maryland, about Ibe 7th day or July, 1817, aud died near Weavertou lu bis nstive title, on the lth day or December, lsnJ. in the 7;ld year or ba age. He emigrated to this stale about tbe year l&lrt and sell led iu St. Loula couutv, and In the ipriug or Ibe year ISO he came to 1.1-klngtou. wblcb cunllnued to be bis home till the day ol his death. He wis engaged In the mercantile business nearly ibe wbole of bis life, and was always etleemed by those wbo bad businesa wltb blm as a man uf tbe ttrlclett integrity. He d'ed as he had lived, reapeeled by all who knew blm. Although be uever married he wat always fond of pullla society aud generally took a hearty In lerrtt lu the pleasures and enjoyment! of fashlouabie life, lie was always Ibe welcome guest at tbe homes of Ibe best oillreoe ol dear old Lexingtou which has been known far and wide and Justly celebrated for ber fair woman aud brave meu. About tbe year he was made a mason. lu tbli lodge, be fore It was consolidated wilb the old Lafay elte lodge No. 32. and such was bis fondurai for tbeordrr and Its sublime teachings that be devoted himself to tbe study ol In myste ries and beautiful ritual and shortly became one of the best Informed masons of our city. aud was by the partiality and favor of hit brethren elected master of the lodge in June I . Allerwards he was elided treasurer ol the lodge, in Nov. IHUS.aud continued to hold tbal position till the day of hi deatb. Although a Arm believer of the Christian rellgiou and a strong adherent or tbe Presby terian cburcb In wlio.e sanctuaries be de lighted to worship tb.-ough a long lire, yet be never made a public profession or faith In Christ, tbe world's redeemer, until a short while belore bis deatti, when he wai received Into that church and received- Ibe contolatioo of our boly religion. Itro. Boteler was a Just tuiuded man and mason and responded readily to Pie calls of the w irtby made upon bliu for charitable relief. He was always correct in Lis accounla with bit brethren aa well as with bit fellow clllreus generally. His lodge could always trulhlully siy uf him "well done, good and faithful servant." and we hope tbe same glad welcome was adiuiuiatered to hilu upon hla admission lo the celestial lodge above. His cheerful face and uvmlv form will no (uugir be seeu lu our lodge room, but bis name and memory will long be remembered by those who so often met him at our masonic altar. Farewell, Itro. Henry C. Boteler, farewell until we shall frreet thee again In the realma of life eternal. In view of the loregoiug Be it resolved. That we esteemed our de ceased brother lor the good qualities that formed hi character; for his hun-ane and charitable disposition: his chaste and refined sentiments, bis uudcvtallug I dellly and hon esty and for bis high appreciation ol the be nevolent principles tbat form Ibe basis of Iree masoury. aud for the laiibful discharge uf every trust committed lo him. Resolved. Tbal as a testimonial ol our loss a page be set apart in the records of our lodge to his memory aud lh.it tbe members of i he lodge wesr the u-ual badge of mourn ing for thin v days. Resolved. That the secretary be and is here by Instructed to furnish a copy ol Una report lo tbe city palters for publication and also to the frk'iids ol ibe alt ceased here and iu .NLirvlmul. Fraternally, John K Itvt.ANn, ltoiiKitr IIai.k. John s. Hi.jm-kwki.i.. Committee. Al his home, near Mils cltv, January Vl'i, uf pneuiuoui'i and the effects of a w.iuud ncelved lu lb neighborhood of the heart during the late civil wur.lr..l. G. UIISSFLL, aged lio years and H moiitb. Dr. lames Ghol son Russell i dead. A thou sand heart heal sorrowfully, mid a thousand hands Jewelled with loye r.- vri,ug lu excesa uf augulslt. u bilteriiea- . .1 row tears haw been shed. The lears - .ittle children, the tears of womeu, yea, ihu lean of warlike ueu have flowed iu bitter aiig.ilsb, and Irom tbeir tremulout lip lu whisper low bat fallen, be la dead. Or. Kusscll was bom lu Ma-on couuly, Kv.. May IStb, 1374. He re el lied lin literary and profetiional education iu New Yoi a. Shortly prior to tb Mexican war, he received a aurgeon's cnniinlstiou in the United Hlaies army. He first saw mili tary service in Florida, but soon thereafter the voting surgeon was at the front lu Mexico. After returning from Mexico he left Ihn army, lu the meantime be had foruied tbe cqtulntance of Mr. James Campbell, a much respected cltlieu of this county. Through vuia acquaintance be wat Induced to come lo Missouri, wblcb he did In IB.V2. at wblcb time be purchased and located upon a farm near Dover. In tha tame year he was married to Mist Htrab M. Fiabback, who, wltb two sons, survive bim. bVmo after marriage he removed to 8t. Louis and engaged lu tbe practice of hla profession. Wbeu tbe civil war broke out be imme diately identlbid himself with the southern cause. His skill as a aurgeou was soon recog nized. After several promotions. Oen. Price ihiuiuicu aim uieuicai uirecior or tue notpl- a, opriuguciu, upon me auvance of ibe army rrom that point, after the battle ol W'll ton's Creek. He was subsequently transferred to post duty at Dallai.Texaa. He was wound ed twice during tbe war. oue of which. s shot in toe lung, made blm an easy prey to lbs fell destroyer, pneumonia. After peace, In PJfld. be returned to Missouri and settled lu kanaas City. While there be occupied a chair iu tue faculty of tbe Kansas City Medical col lege, I tbluk tbetof surge-y. in 1378 he came back lo Lafayette county, tattling at Lexing tou, where be bat been eniraared iu a verv arge profea.looal practice. Theae brief detail! are Inadequate to fur- uiah any conception of the lire and character of the man who so strangely held dominion over tbe heart of all with whom he associat ed. Bv tbe magic of a spirit, graud in its get tlenesk. be wooed aud won the human heart wherever be choose. With a knowledge of human nature, tbat waa a very toMchstone.be leveled all man to tbe plaue of tbelr own merit tbal of the bead and heart. Glfied wiib a rare taste In tbe line arta.be reveled iu the bigher hteiature or our language. In deed the storehouse of letter would open at bis every bidding, and yield to blm Ita most precious treasures. He bad seen the world and trad it well. Possessed of a vast know ledge of men. places and tbluga.derlved from observatlona and experiences ol Ibe most ex tensive travel, reinforced by general reading, be could luru the world into a kaledloscope and control lie lights and shadows at will. But these were tbe accompllsbmente of Dr. Russell. His great vlrtuei lav beneath the eur- face. not vltable lave In resoonse to a demand ror their exercise. If be possessed oue virtue blighter and stronger than others, it was that or sympathy for the unfortunate. The forcible words of Victor Hugo, In a tribute lo a aiml- ar character, fitly express tbla nobility ol bis heart. Hugo says "Most men labor to ex tract gold, be labored to extract pity. Tbe ulversal wretchedness waa bit mlLe. lorrow II around waa but an opportunity for the ditplay of bli love and obarlty." Should every one wbo hat bean alrengtheued by bis kind- uett but lay one rose upon bis bier, he would be beneath a wilderness of flowers. Dr. Rassell wa lo love vlth life.The world waa beautiful lo blm. No cup contained any bltterneaa for bim. yet no oae tried more to penetrate tb dim beyond than ba. How be walled and walcbed ana listened for l'be strings bird singing the eougs uf an other shore." Wltb an aspiration uodlmmed, and a faith that never wavered, b looked up through mtura to nature's God and found In his owu great heart A rose lipped shell tbal murmura ot tbe eter nal aea." Does ba know alt now? Who cau savf Home w be. a within tba still bush of the Intense inana Is a freed spirit tbat ba met and solved tbe greatest mystery of all mys teries -tba problem of dealb Itself. There like a star liapearled wilhin the Infinite blue it la lu shine forevermore. And bai it there a Joy unspeakable r Ay, verily, ror "Sure, wben hla gentle iplrlt fled to realms tiove the azure dome. With armt outttretcbed Uod't angeli aaid. welcom i to Heavaoa' 'borne, sweet borne.' T. J. D. FAMT1NU WOKl. ttii thl occasion permit a friend lo place on record a few observations concerning tbe late Dr. Russell, which are tussle by one who bad the fuUeal opportunity lu obterve and can apeak from certain knowledge. I have known him well ttnee tb beginning of tbe troublous times of IWl ; and for the laat eighteen yeara of bl Ilia waa most intimate wltb blm, having traualated all of bis legal business during that period. I have been wltb bim tlmei Innumerable under the most varied circumttaocet. In the din of battle. In the more horrible acenea of the hospital, in exciting civil commotioua and in tbe pleasant "piping Hues of peace," In all these be bore uo unimportant part, hi part was always well and faithfully doue. In hla death Ibe community loses one or Its most useful elM xens and servauts. and tba poor a moat faith ful and generoua friend. The amount ol gratuitous practice wblcb be did will never be koowu. Since ba came lo Lexington lo live. 1 waa never in bla oftt.ee for the apace of ten minutea at a time tbat aome applica tion waa put mad t to him for professional service, bv soma one unable to pay, and no one was aver tent away empty ; all were ministered lo, kindly and aympatbetlcally. Hli patience wat aa loexbattlble aa hit tym pathy waa unlverial. Of iba last twenty veara ol bla life I can apeak moat positively, tbat It waa speot In belpinj otbera. He had a numerous, a vry numerous list of friends who looked to bim for balp In every emergen cymany or tb poor, of tbe unfortunate, ol those lacking In tbat rare gift, ao eminently possessed by blm. Ibat of "good manage ment." The were constantly coming to him for aid and advice; and be waa a rock of ttreogtb to tbem. How be encouraged, bow be aympalblxed, bow he assisted, with adylce and mora material aid. will never all be known until tbat day wben all secrets ball ba uncovered. But tbla we know, that a multitude war ao helped by bim. Hit charity waa bound by no Hues ol color, nationality, politics or religion. He had at timet a brutque and abrupt manner Ibat gave offense to aoma, but, aa bl old partner Dr. Alexander aaid of him, "be always preteuted bit roughest aide lirst." On occasions be show ed a harsh outtlde.but It waa only tbe burr tbal held tbe kernel aound and aweet within. No mau wat eyer mora sincerely mourned than ba. and hi low will be fell ror many a day by many a poor unfortunate. It was nut bis superior mind alone tbat bound tbem to him. although for alroug common sense he bad no superior In our community. It was uot only bl conversational powers ibd attracted tbem, although bla lufonuatlon waa wonderfully minute and varied and hia fund of anecdote and adventure In- exbauataole. It was not for gala timplv that tbey loved blm, although bit help was ever ready; but through heavy aigha of lorrow and bitter teart of grief, the burdeu or eacb heart in: -lie waa my friend, laiibful aud luat to William; Ymun. The bridge wll 4fi 1" running order tgain tQ-dV, Tbe report that the Nebraska City bridge bad sunk anil coum not oe raised is untrue. Tbe bridge waa injured somewhat by a high wind, but only three hours time, was lost In in repair. A Card. Eiutor Intkllioknckk: Without in tending to dispareae tbe claim of auy otber candidate wbo may see proper to present hia claim to the democracy for tbe position or prosecuting attorney, allow two old dem ocrats to speak a word In beball or Mr. Auil, whose announcement appeart lu your paper this week. Mr. Auil was bum aud raised and principally educated In thl couu'.y and though still young he has by pluck and ener, y raised lo Ibe (rout rank iu bis profession His acquaintance with all the branches ol law is acknowledged, and If he la elected to the posit lou ol prosecuting atturuey be will bring lo ibe discharge ul its duties sagacity, I, tru ing and thorough acquaintance with the .jiuiiiiou law. The democracy uf Ibis county wl'l make no mistake if tbey csst tbeir suf frage for Mr. Auil, but he will aualaiu in au admirable manner the line re.iuti.liou tills couuly bas all over lbs state for the ability of her prosecuting attorneys In tbe past. To Ibe young democracy we would lay you would do yourselves honor by electing tbla repreaeutative ol your class to tble posltlou. Let tbe democracy go ror blm dull and singular. Demix.'ka is. Ektia oiue country lard wauled at Clag etli. ,,u B. F. C. News. roi r Mem-lee, made a flying trip lo Wtr- ri-lisuiirg. W.llncsiUy. Mu, If .. - . '- "ower, oi Dallas. Teaaa. cam among n, AI cu.lay aa aaludeut. I'rol. Wilson filled the pulpit iu the Baptiti church of'llniiHioiiia last Sunday. Mist If. H. Jewell, who baa beeu quits tick ia iiiiu-ii belier. am lia reaumi-d In r work. Major K u. Uower, of liallas "etai. waa a siieat ol it. jr. C. Monday. Wt regret his stay "" " ws la morl.tor we wanted to hair a ni tellol tut man b into Lexington la 'bl. W. M. A. 'fapg. Msjoi Selli-ra organized hit aurvrylng olast last lueeiUy It ia an uuuaally large one. 4 adet l.irut. Allen weut Imiua laat Saturday on socoiiiii ol slckuasa Ula rtturn is dally ss- pected. e-vary ou wbt lakea auv uait in ib ouan arsmuo in February it hard al work, aad many t "r 'kui cause.i mertby. inecai eta i re only two glail lo aee lbs nice aiuiug like weulher which we art enjoying, at 11 aiiowa lliem inor out door eserma. uih. ityiauil eaneeta lo Intioduce target l incuce iu tin- drill tome tuna nest tpring.Tblt certainly wiil lie an iiilmaallug feature Piol'. e. N. Hopkins baa introduc-d Hpaolah lu His achool lor the drat Hue and Judging Irom me iitimtM-r ol cadett that are taking llup.lt would teem to he a aiincraa. mere la a larger grtduatlng class Ibis yea than auy prcceediug year iu the history of the sruoui. I here beins al feist ten In tba Olm 1 hia eitainly apeak well lor the school. Oui nmtroo. Miaa Kenuedy, It tlowly recov ering Iriim a severe air kneat wblcb hat ooudoed Her to her room lor aeveral weekt. 3bi it out able lo attend lo her ilutiei yet.howevtr. , sin. uyiauu ii been suffering irom aatvere attack ol cold in tbe throat, tbe pall Weak, coo reuueully could not be at lilt post all the while. (Jadel Vuuuger returned Monday rrom a abort visit to his home in Hlgginsviile, Major Hellers was honored by btiog ap poimsd. a second time, by Coagreatmaa larsney, in art aa a member of tbe board ol examinen, to examine applicant! loradmiatloa lo tbe I'. 8 naval achool, at Auopolia.rront tblt littrict. The et animation Wat held in Kansas Cltv laat Saturday. Thlt it the Brat week of the latt Bye month! of achool, consequently a large number of new olatset had to be organized lo take tbe place ol Ihote just llniahed. We have reached tbe aum nill, eiitwere.i.rthiayeir' work and now we coiumenee to descend toward the borne and real that awaiu ua in the yalley btnealb. Notice. We with to Inform achool director! aad othcra Interested, tba: we have again manu racturvd a lot of our celebrated School Deeka, which we will aell at very low prloea. Re ooctfully, atJtf Winklkr FubnitukbGu. A tUltAND BAI.CLMft. 1G0 AC It KM oftinoolh prairie land lor i lie low price ol 10 per acre. Ua aav lerma. l.aud about I unlet Irom l-exlogton. K. WlNMOfx A SON. Lexington, Mo. KENTlCHY JA KM FOB SALE. VrK w II have a ear Ioa J ol Kentiieky " .lanka. In Butler. Mo , by reb X 16. 18S0; which must be told at one. V"l These Jacks are selected from Ibt bail tBaaaafaa brtd berdtof Jack a'ock in Kentucky, iney are good aire. good tiras.aood ralnra aisnd hnn. good wtlgut, gouu br.edert. nut atvle aad action. w warrant thlt stock iu estry parlicaltf, viz: Tbelr brecdii.g, thalraoiiuilntaa.tbslr per loriuaune, and thalr sure lotl-f tiling. Prlcae aud terms, reasonable. Correapondanoe aolle- "V1;.. 1. A. aodH H COLYKH, f'hUJ Butler. Mlta- u-l. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIOS OX BONDM. Boabd or KoDCiTio. I l.sxiMUTON. ato., jam. 87. isso. i 'plIIC undersigned will receive bids on A UOU school bonds ol Lexington Dlslriot No. 3. township 61, range 27. of l.alayetta county .aa followa: lU.OOO s-ito hoods. SIS. 000 lo-ot bonds. Itr ti&.ouu all t iO bonds, at the rate ol four per cent, inlereat per annum. interest nayahle semi-annually al Ibe city of mew i nrs or m. i.nuia B ,udt to b dated July I. IjWJ. U d. will be r. c-lveil up to M.rcli I, 1890. The board re.ervet the right to reject any and al' butt. By order of the Hoard hlbl CULUDWIOS. Secretary NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. pHK cj-p .rinsrabip heretoiora existing Ue- M. tweu the undaraigned in the hon-a and ngn painting, piper-hanging and K aiiox but! neat It hereby di'Solved. All outstanding ac counts and debla due tald Arm are to be paid to . i.iui-um uu or ueniuiB v.. uu, wno alone are auibnrued to raccive and receipt for tha ssine In the same way all debts due by aaid Ann will be paid by said A. L and B. L. litl. (liven under i.ur banda Ihia VOtb day or Jan uary. I9W. BKNJ. .1. UTT, A. I,1N(;UI.N IJTT, HKNKYJ. UTT, Ja l'be iindritigned will continue la Ibe buaiaeii at the old tiaud aud rctpe.it. ully ask for a ibare ol the pulilic pa ronage which th lorinei Orm enjoyed. The new Arm will be in tbe tame nam' ami tiyleof ' Ult Itro-hen A. LINCOLN UTT, jsii'-'i a UK N.I. 1. UTT. WELLINOTON. HENRY COBB'S Annual Clearing Sale baa uow commenced. I am determined to reduce my Winter Stock, If LOW PKICES will do It; 1 bave a full Una of Dry Good, comprising all stylet and sbadea wblcb will ba sold at NEW YORK C03T. Men's Hboe. In congress, buttou and lace, f a ou tor an ou. Meu's Hboet, lu congreta, button and lace, at M for ?1 76. Meo'a and Boys' Boots. Ladles, Misaaa and Children' Mboet at Mew York Coat. Clothing. Hits. Cape and furnishing goods no my entire atock at cast, in order to make room lor my immense Spring slock. Thank lug you for your liberal patronage for tha past leaton, I tru't for tbe contlnanoa of tba same. HENRY COBB. uov23m6 Wellington. Mo. QUEEN ANNE MEAT MiiRUET. CHOICE CUTS A CHALLANGE. NEATNESS A SPECIALTY. THE DAISY MEAT MARKET OF THE TOWN. I carry large stock of (.ItOOKRIKH Which 1 sell AT BED ROCK PRICES. I PLEASE THEM ALL. WIVE ME A CALL, dec7ui3 R. I-:. I.KI,:. Proprietor. Frank Kriehn lias worked very btrri for (he Poutoon Bridge ami now we have got It, and I hope it will ilo us lots of (rood. Now 1 bave settled down lo work hard la aell DRY GOODS. NOTION8 AND CARPETS. My Manager. Mr. Uon Nicholas, has jiint returned from tbe Kaal, where he has purchased soiue GLEUANT BARGAINS GOODS. IN DHT on which we will tlnfy any coiutieiltion whatever if uow iKiot:s will iio it. Dou't lorget to give lue a call belore yon purchane. I also handle the Celebrated Hullerick fatterns. llest on Kartb. And bent of all I give you a lour per cent, rebate for all cash purchases. FRANK KRIEHN. purl uo7 ana i ioa Franklin At. W. G. McCausland. E. OPSZTZZTQ JLXnZOTmCTMLTiTTT McCausland, Young & McCauslasd MONDAY. FEB. 3d, I180O. We will throw open our doora rauinia r . v. ,. - i.?T .m.'": n?r P"? WB But wu aV tui t-jLuiuuiuiy. I a. J afS If, in 3 m . ' -J " ! SU -wj assure tuein or Hhall i me more ardiouly than ever to retain their friendship, work unceasingly to swell the numbers. We cordlallJ In. vifH .,..,, V . our ho;,J - i i ---ft n ui iu-in. OUH POLICY: Whatever other cbauges aud iniproveuienls One Price to mil, believing It to be tbe only tOMcce.'!!3- P0"Cy "d 'h ro OUR FINANCES: The icquIsIUou of new member lo ibeflria. . U 9"nU,, om-JW tb. low et poHible price, and secarlog every dlaooaut OUR EXPENSES: Our expenses are honee doing the same OUR PROFITS: Our profits shall be reduced lo Ibe atlulmum. Tbe questloo we will eudeaver lo solve. wU -1ow to w an article, a4 nD knv much wui it bring, teellug sure that llv OUR STORE: ..LW.U1 b our f1 lo n, -tore as Doveltle In oar 11 oe m toon as out. We wUl always endeavor loahow you aometbln.- new ;Srvlljt,.arMt,M.d WU yUlel r,d lo conclusion, we wnnM store newlv firr nn " a "7.u""v" W1 T?K uusiness, Willi oar T"ew,Jr niie.a P. ana with iwi mac we are in nnt t nn wt r w judgment, oar statementa ar fmts give us a trial. Very Truly Youra, McCAUSLAND, YOUMO & McCAUSLAHD, Holiday Goods at Cost! We offer our entire Holirlav consisting of Manicure and Dressing Cases, Perfume Cases. Jewel Boxes, and Collar and Cuff Boxes, a great many otner things to numerous lo mention. nave them all disolaved on n.r iv a and We 'vi?riryo0: to comc n tec thcm' as the win v" -A- T O O N T . AND IN SOME INSTANCES FOR LESS. Wo. 1119 FRANKLIN AVENUE VALEIITinES-YALEIrTiriES VAUS1TTHT33S I Friday, February 14th MY LINE OF FINE AND COMIC VALENTINES excerds any that I have ever carried heretofore. Largc greater variety and pricei to suit all. Call early and select before they are gone. E.G. Loomis' Dooli Store, Main Street, Opp. Postofficc. NOTICE TO t'lRNERl. WH with lo oiiDtracI for Ibrra kuaOrvil mat ar more ol ilry. ttrll roll! straw Hmp. Also oonfrr with faraitra la rraard to rsisina bemp aoiild.r y..r. mis.wii nii.via uaNNlNU Xt. L. R. KAUFMAN, IIIinilkEII. JBWELBB AMU UepalriQH of Watohea. Clooka, Jew elry. eto . A, 8peoialty. AU Ktsda of Crmplioatcd Work Solicit ed. Wurktaop la tb Ral Iitata OAos el K. Wtnior a Son, Opp. ConrthouH. salt S.. Young. E. M. McCauiland. -OF Qtruln , . 1 1. .. t.t : n -T .T. -u iv mt yuvuu UUUSf IUV fe feel that w no introduc our past businesa career, we have VUI our B nee rest annrr.iHon nnA "uwriB. V and vicinity to ... learty welcome and courteous treat- smaller than any other ainouut ot business ai.io a splendid .tock f -I . . ---, " iuu oeicer f nan ever a before. t.a i.7- your ,vm,B" are valid, then Stock, t ai Remember the Day. NOTICE BT DIBgOLVTION. TUJ,iSl,i,??,,,p o"r..UtlBf batwM-a nuiu.l eoDteat. air l.l.iI..: faaalnio. ,a Iba bialaVS " a wart or at r. Lliubrrc. Jri nT.71. aa a it W.lliaitoo, Jaa. a u. 18. UMBBKtt. 13th AllCHITECT BUILDINQ SuTcTCKDtllT. IBIllll 01 IIITIAl flMAll BOUIH. Cottaoes aht suevaeAa tills a M aula su.t, Lailagto. n,,.' daoaayi .OaUt. .1 v : i -1 .2 ;ssMisiK . 'T'ajejaisjiajriawasj ParlSfWspJagaBMWtW"