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THE LEXINGTON INTELLIG IilNCER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 1890.
3 I r V s Ol flata'l City and Cuaiiir I'aptr. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . PEOSKCUriNU AT IUIINKY. W Br authorised In announce WILLIAM AULL a onJiille fur tb ofllee 91 Pro.ecu tiog Attorney of Laleyeite ooumy. eubjeci to the actio o' tba demoit'o priy. A43K330B. Wi ere authorized to enounce W. BOONS HtJUKu a Candidate lor lb ollloe of A Mtuoi of Lafayette cuuty. eublsol to tb action ul tb democratic puny. v JUOUB Or PROBATK. CT- Pleas announce m as a candidate fir r -oiainuloa for ibe nOl of JuWe o( I'roliaie. UDloQt IO ID Will Ol UKiu(ror'7 ui lla eouuty. Aniti'ri ...... ' SHORTS. Grtat bargain at China's shoe stors. ISta Read Boyle's arid. Wt Com and us.. Don't forget it. Koyls Son. J8t Tbs most thorough and efficient instruction the Piano, Organ. Violin, Viola, Contra was,' ate., and In Tneory and Harmon; Is Wanbjr.J.ZebV-tfi t the K. A. Semi nary. Now style hats at B. A. Chlnn's Ii2 Call lor La Grippe Cough Candy, for sale by all druggists, grooers and eonfeotlooers. Kanufacturad by the Western Candy Co. U Go to B ur Son for spare ribs, backbones and country sausage. Jaulltf Call and see tbe newest styl ot shoe, and tbe noblest bats. B. A. China. Wti Ktyls Son's new add la straight good.. Read It and tea for yourself. )l8tf Persons falling to get their paper regularly rom tbe oarrier will ireatly oblige us by leaving word at tMa otttoe, where a paper wilt be given jou and a repniuaoa w .u "t arrl'.r. If we bear no oomplalut, of courier we Djusteoeelude that the palter I lert win due molarity. tf Bargain I Bargains ! ! In shoes, boot, eaps, gloves and hats, at B. A. China's. Wrt ; ; .. I went to close out the following articles Iff or taking stock, and offer these at prices Mi.i-tWifl bnyV.iaitt. Irom 8 to " 13-,?: 13 ltff vw,' ?W9 year,. J.w vUf .i.-'-1. ? .rA. to,ate'fro-.WrVt . .'la.tJ.a-i er, and Melton overcott 4shaWii.".. nlaterettea. Please give me a call and etn lae these cood before buylna. H. Slnauer. Pupils . anted In oil and china paintiug. -p aatel ar eravoa woik. abell and wag work. For Intarmatlon about price or for orders for aay'hlng in the above line apply by lelter r post : to Mise Sue M. Aleaander. Leilng looVMo. tM Kslra nlee country lard wauled at Cleg Royle'e add means business. Read It. Hail Road our add. Come and see n and w will prove that we mean Just what we say. M. r. Boyle 800. l13lt At 4:80 p. m.,lnglng cla begins ooo-se on alt Mouday. Seat nearly all taken. TulUoa Is 00 per-term of tweoty lessons Call at Writing and Singing Aesdemy. over Ludwigs' Jewr Iry store, between 4 end p. a. J. M. Jobnsoo. Instructor. Wanted A good m'.kb oow. Jame C. M.Qr.w. t,bM Lady Wanted With lair education; per manent position 10 right party; 90 P" Month. Address. O I. this efflee. It - Mrb. weather l all that eould be desired. , Plowlag has commenced and oat (owing Will toon be In progrrs. Beear your reserved eeat at Boyle on' for tbe Baptist college eoonert and can tata, Monday nIgbL Messrs. unperson and Bllta, arcblteoie.bavt formed a eo-psrtoership and will hereafter tret in double harness. Tl probate court bss been In session all this week aad a large namber of administra tor ana other have been In attendance. A sample copy of Printers' Ink. the adver altera' trade Journal, will be mailed free upon application 10 Geo.P. Rowell A Co.,10 Spruce treat, New York. Mr. Fred B. Neet la now receiving three r loads of Icaj dally from Minnesota. He will continue tbe shipments until be has a sufloleot supply tor tbe summer. Tbe Ice Is alear, solid and twenty-two Incbe thick. Tbe announcement made in these column "wUel week In regard to the entertainment . W-Hvhlch lata be clven at K. A. 8. to-nlghi, t erroneous, a It Is only lor the pupil of the school and not for the patrons and friend. An cleaantbankof while ndoarelean. aad tharn baa been discovered Jual below the orlb end of tbe bridge. It I ld to be tape rlor U any dnn from tbe bank on this side of tbe river. Fbe supply Is Inezbaustable aud of course free for all. Mexico Ledger. Jan. 80;- Will Clagt .pre sident of the Lestnitton. Mo.xendy company was In town Frldsy and took many orders from our merchant.. Tbe Lexington factory m not a Lla concern. nor i It as widely known a tbe eity establishments, bat the quality of goods manufactured are second to none Advertising I an an praeilced by many and anderstood by few. Printers' Ink, a Mktv lournal. published In Kew York, In- dlestes bow. when and where io advertise. bow to write an advertisement, bow to die- . ..... ..-.n.ixri ia uaa.how much piay one, wu M- -r-r money to eapeod-ln fact discourses 00 every point admitting prontabie niscussi 10 aerlDtloa pries (1 a year. , bub ladsDeadenca correspondence Ktnat City Globe-.reb. 10;-B. B. Adams and Frank Law bora, of Greontoo.Lafsvelie county .were la town yeaterday looking for a eoiorea man who had ted lb vicinity of Qreentoo, taking with hint a mule.a cart and a girl ot the same lor of himself aoJ be a married man. Tbe feeing mau and brotber or nie ousay para mour aad other f sin' were traced to Bla Sariacs. where tbe trail was lost. It I sup. - posed they have gone Vt Esosas. cPKiia rlDDlna up the second story floor mt the old Aems Hall.tbli week. Mr. W. W. Duncan discovered an old pocket book which contained upon a slip of paper tbe name ol William H- Kllo't, two pieoea of poetry, one ,i,DMd from tbe Lexington Union and tb antier from tbe Cblllicothe Coostltoilon, elhl 3i8eent po-taga stamps, a note psyable to W. B. Elliott, dated in 1884,ome original psetry. written for tbe Islington Union and also noma pcetry evidently written to Mr. Kllloit by bis sweetbsart; also a lock of balr wmp ped carefully In a paper, some tbresd. tape, me. When or bow the pocket bonk tot where found Is a mystery v. bleb will probably never solved. Tbe Greenville, Texss, Bsnoer. sensibly observe: Tbl being a potmcai ear. item agegues have already oomoienced to stir up oreludlceanU lotry aea array ids eouuiry against tba towns and tbe towo against tbe country. Mow tbe Banner contends that a so Is a man, no mutter where be lives, end t la neither brtter our worse bec-suse he k.nn.ss iu live io sny given o.tllty. A -oun'ry msn Is Just as ood as a toe msa and a town msn is )ut ss good as a country an. Msn must be Judged by their lives sad at bv their place of residence. Let prinel he discussed in sll their bearings. Ws e..nr the widest IstHude Iu tbst direction But those who msks It their business to stir in strlfs should OS conuenmra oy esry- uJy." The Misses Mountjoy entertained the K w C . of which they are members, ia niaassot msnner not soon to be forgotten and asob guest departed feeling lbs occasion to be one of tbe bright memories of Feb., 1300. After assembling sod indulging In annvsreatloo. Interspersed with much brilliant repartee by soms ofTbs glftsd ladies, all fall prepared to ao inw- 10 tue very -i,ia suss orepsred for tbelr delectstion, forwbeo supper wss snoounewd snd tbsy uaharad Into ,be dining room, yery did the labks sppesr with tbelr im- V aaMUlete napsry. sparkling cut-glass and hsndsoms silvsr. Tbe srrangtmenU through oat evidenced Iho teste and artistic skill of tbe entertainers. Eaab lady wa presented with a beautiful vunu card decorated with fera lesvss and psusles. Vocal and Instru m t.l music addd to tbe plessure of lb ' ....nine- and sfler lingering until tba evening nadows began to fsll the guest depsrled, bpplog to m th WlB' A alitfbl raiu lull lmre last Thursday afler noou. Ysstatday wiw HI. ValeuliutT day anil eoDaequenlW a busy one at ttin postolllie. Mr. A.T. Johnson will Immediately t'Uild upon bin lot recently purchased from Mr. O. Aodrean, on Main street. Key. '1, M. Cobb will feoou comiueure work unon a new residence udiid bis eleiiaiit !U 00 tbe southwest oorner of Mala and TweaV . tletb streets. Dr. J. F. Hasten, bss commenced work upon tbs foundation of bis new residence. 1 n tbs southwest corner of South and Twentieth street. It will bs a preat improvement 10 tbat part or the vtty. We have Just received from the publishers, I. 9. John. on A Co.. '11 Custom llouo street. Boston, Mhss., a very Una portrait likeness of Jeffiirsoa Davis, with autograph signature. The else Is 12x16, aud bas everv appearame of an exquisite Sepia Etching. It la suitable for framing to bang In any parlor or library In our land. Tb publishers will sond one to any address postpaid on receipt by them of 21 cents In stamp. Tbe brotber or President Harrtsou'a private swretary, Mr. A. J. HaKord. bas written for the March cumber of tbe Philadelphia Ladli s' Home Jnurnal,an article on 'Mrs. Uarri(ue Daily Life in tbe Wblte House," prepand with tbe nonsent and assistance of Mr. Harrison. A new portrait of the lady of Hie White House, cpeclally taken for Ibis article and a view of tbs up-stalrs lamlly rooms ol tbe executive mansion, are among the lllu trstloos which will accompany Mr. ilalford's first magasins effort. Geo.' P. Kowstl A Co.. propr'otors of the American Newspsper Aavertisiug Hur.su, No. 10 Spruce street. New York, have Ishiied a pamphlet containing a oboiue selection of newspspers for an advertiser to use, who -rs to con tine his advertising investments n such as are likely to pay him best. This catalogue name all tbe greatest and all the best newspapers. Tbe selection made alms to name the best paper in every county seal having a population ol so much as three thousand, and every other town, village or o'ty having so much as live Ihotisaud populs-! tion, provided a paper is printed which Issues as msny as a thousand copies a week. Tbs population of every place where a newspaper Is published Is stated In tbe cuts logus; county seats are designated, and the circulation rating accorded to every paper by tbe last issue af tbe American Newspsper Dlrectoiy Is given. Out of ihe seventeen thousand papers nsmed In the directory, ooly about two thousand are selected; ol ihese only nfty-one are Issued In tbe state ol Missouri, and among thesa it is perhaps not necessary to add. tbe Lexington Intelligencer Is given tbe prominence to which Its merits entitle It. Falrvlew: News scarce. School closes In three weeks. Very sorry crop ol wheat looked.for. La grlpps.tbe prevailing epidemic Is rsglug. Tbe scarlet lever Is also rsglog Iu lbs vicinity of tbs Flournoy school. Mr. lien Hammer Is very poorly. Mr. Wily Thorns' house Is almost completed. Miss Anus ttsnklps bss rsturned borne from Iowa. We regret to ssy ws will loss two of cur neiitb- bors In tbs spring, Mr. C. M, Thomas, who will remove to Warrensburg for tbe purpose of educating his dasgbteis at tbe Normsl school, and Mr. T. 1. Cobbs to Marshall. where ho will remain three years. ''Orator BUI" will taks charge of bis farm. W e w lab bins much auosess. Storm parties are very numerous. Last l uesday night Ibey poured iu at Mr. Joe Hammer's. Tbs crowd gathered la tbe parlors at balf-past seven, then repair ed to tbe dining room, where all enJoeil every social game of tbe sesson, while In tiit parlor they were entertained by organ, harps and sweet voices. Tbsy departed at one o'clock4all expressing themselves highly en tertained. Mr. A.T. Mabony bas returned fro 1 tbe west and reports tnlnas very dull. Messis Joe Tbomasaod Eugene Campbell are talking ol starting for tbe west; they have the tevn Mr. W. F. Purcell snd Setb Lteeermsnn, wbo returned Irom Oklahoma last Tuesday ulgiit. report things flourishing, line resldeuce going up, everybody Interested; land will be as valuable in a few year as Missouri soil. Mr. Maryln Uauiiner naa recovered. Mr. Eugene Landers liss gone on a visit to Ken tucky relatives aud friends. Wbeu ht arrived at tbe depot at Bale City be bad to return borne fur bis ponket book. Waverly: Mr. Ed Psrsons.of Brownsville. wss tbe guest or Mr. Jsmes UooJwin and Noilly, tbe past week. Miss Dora Asber, yisllsd Msrsball Thursday. Mr. rV A. Kedu snd family visited In Dover tbe pal week. Mr. Tom Groves attended the last sad lites or Mr. Brlsco Warren. Tbgrsday. Mr. W. F. Peery, of Hlgglosville, was In this city siversl days or tbe past week visiting Irlends sod relatives. Mr. Dyer and wire, or Dallas Texas, era tbe guests or their rather, Ur. S, M. Brown. Miss Yula Plutlenburfc,, or Dover, was Ihe guest of Mr nr. 8. M. Croswblls aalurdsy and Sunday. Mr. Keoick returned Saturday evening to resume hi, old position at tbe Mo. Pacitlu depot. Mi-sea Willie Big- gsrstad and Mollis Inmao, ol Lexlnglou, visited Irlends snd relatives In Ibis city bun day snd Mondsy. Mr. u. M. Bell, uf Uig ginsville was In tbta city Saturday evening calling. Mr. Ike Urals, 61 Lexlngloo, speui Monday aud Tuesoay In this cltv, returning Tuesday morning. Mr. Robert Miller, ol Sweet Spring, spent Sunday In tbl city. Mr. Ed Van Anglen, ol Dover, was Iu this city Sundsy evening calling. Mr. Lai ken Hancock, of Ml. Leunsrd, called on one of tbe fair daugbtsrs of our city Sunday. Mr. W. B. Steele and family are the guests ol Mr. Nathan Corder. Mr. Kloyd Wil.on and Miss Heme baacoui, of Urand Pass, ware married In this city Sunday evening, Bev. J. V. Barks oOoiatlog. Mr. J sines U air el snd wlfs.returoed Thursday from Barton county. where tbey hays been visiting for some time. Mr. C. K. Buford visited Lexington Monday Misses Jsunls and Sallle Burnett, visited Lsxlngton Tbarsdsy. Miss Boyd, of Black burn, Is tbs guest of Miss Lizzie Moil, uf tois city. Border News; No news Is gjod news, so this ought to be tbe best, lor if there is au worth recording we have not beard it yei A friend suggested "nooseuse." aud 1 tried tbat, but It looked so silly tbst in the Ore It went. But still we sll like a little La grippe la still with us, but tbeie are lew lelt to lake it now. Many seem to reoover, aad vet are not quite well. Every farmer is busy preparing for cropping. Some are plowing. A letter Irom Virginia, yesterday, enclosed pescn blooms sna spoke or springing grass and bloomlug flowers, and sucb a mild win ter, tbe only snow In this month, snd most farmer were about done plowing for corn, West Lafayette Is not tbst far along yet Neither are wa complaining of bard times. a most Virginians are. Beaters ars moving whils roads are good and weather ho floe, and if It was not for fear of tbat little winter yei to come, by way of tbe prophets, many would ue in me garuen. nut patience la a virtue now. Can any one tell us bow tbe Ties blackberry and Mammoth dewoerry Ui In this county l1 Wa have lliem bere ready to iiear this year. Can you not allow u to speak of such tbiegs occasionally as a niesus of mutual advautager U .v Teubner A Aull an agent out? A Method. st protracted meet' log Is being beldeiOikUruve,on tl e Border. Tbey are having groat success. About twsnty converts, solar, snd s number Joined Ihe ahure.b. Tbe Urove is improving Iu every way very rapidly. Mechau'ca expect a lively and profitable season, as so many improve ments sis talked ol. There is stilt a large amount of whtaton band walling for advance in prices. It Is ouly shout 60 to 05 csuts per bushel now. Aoy smountof corn on band, selling at II 20 per barrel; butter flfteeo els, fgg eight lo nine cents, turkeys six cents, and lots of tbenj yet;chli:kens 200.per dozen. Some fat bogs snd csttls left yet. No bog ' cholera on Pleasant Prairie. Napoleon and Orrlok bave established an exchange wblcb promise a vary brilliant and possibly profitable future for both side of the big river. A good ferry is needed there. Yes ( tbe columns of the Intelligencer are open lo tbe discussion of all subjects of plo-et lo Lafayette county people. Tuebner A Aull advertise elsewhere Iu tbls paper for agent. Tbey are strictly business, though, snd sa order by mail will be ss promptly attended to as If it wss givsa to an agent. J I Siar band inaiurade ball Mooday niKbt. I Read I be isale advertisements which aprear elsewhere iu tblx week's paper. I Mr. Wm. l.itHerlew ba purc'uased I lie Krocory More of Mr. Wm S. ClHxelt. Male limiilR players ouw wear aklrta to pul tliein on an equality with Hie female playera. Mr. PhviiI Lyons bought the slock of grocei ioi 01 Messrs. Junius A Stewart Tliurs- y- Morrison Bros., coal dealers.are opening up a new coal bank wbeie the old Morrison foundry stood. Tbr W. c. T. II. will rimrv 1,"U). at 4 p. m. meet Mnndnv. hvb , at tbe resilience uf Mr J..I111 W, Waddell. I'l. Mi Donald & Crist surcessfiillv rnn.i ed a In. it e tumor from under the arm or Mr. Krcil Marshall, Tuesdny. Concert and cantata by Ihe pupils aid teachers or B. F. V. Monday ulfbt. Kest rvid seal tickets rn rale at Koyle A Son's. lie lx lamest prizes lor the uioulh of January In tbe LouUlaaa loilery were ilmwn )t Ihe following numbers: W.IW.". Ml. sll I'll), 24,I1U. 40.41M, 74.704. "e'loullng palaces" are getting In be unite uiiiuerniis en tbe m'.ddy Missouri. Tol tli' in pasted through the draw of Ihe bridge at the same lime, last Monday. Miss Jennie Berrie says she knows nothing oi the contemplated removal of ihe pot itl. e to the Dr. Mens; building. She bas too man) other thlnus to think about Just now, bn may coni.l-r the subject after a while. Literary note. Edwaid Bcllau v. the author nf "Looking Backward," will onlrl l.ute to the March uumber of the North American Kevlevr a reply to Weneral Fraud A. Walker's criticism ol bis theories 111 Hie February Atlantic. An rleiiaut set of liirnltiire was purchased by the Owl club, this week, which, with tbe line KriisM'la carpel they bad previously iMiuglit.inakes one or the cosiest looking par lors in the city. Any member of tbe club will take pleamiie in showing the rooms to bis ri'lends. Mr. John N. Dalbv, of Sedalla. writes Iu reference to Weudliug: I have had tbe plea-tue o hearing btiu aeveral lime and am plea-nl to sav tbat he is a very attractive leciurer. All who hear him go sway loud in their praise or him, and I never rail to Iicbi him wnen opportunity offers. 'I In interesting lad is announced by Messr ( lia-le. Sci lbner's Sons that they have ac quired from Mr. Heury M. Stanley all the American rights for his personal narrative ol the expeditiop lor tbe relief ol Kmln I'asha. I'i'iii r 10 Ihe appearance ol the complete woik. Scrilmcr'" Magazine will publish an srtic'r upon bis last Journey by Mr. Stanley. It will be illustrated aud is certain to be as Impor tant a contribution as any tbst hss ever sp pesred iu au American magazine. Tuesday night Mr. Kmll Ludwltfs stepped upou a cuosier In bis father's Jewelry store lor 1 lie purpose of arraoging some iiiu-ical iimlruiiieiits wbli'U were on a blub shell, anil in steppius- from off the counter, after liulxbitig his work, the outer corner of bis right eye csme In contact wilb s small tin shield wblcb Is around tbe gas Jet, tearing tbe flesh thereabout considerably, so muob so as to necessitate tbe taking ol two atltebes by the physicians. He very narrowly escaped having tbe eyeball torn Irom Its socket. Tbe wound is healing rapidly. Tbe Kracko club will, on Monday night, March 3. iclve a concert at Hagen'e opera house, wblcb promises to be one of the moat successful borne entertainments ever gotten up in tbls city. Tbe programme bas not been completed yet but tbe following uamcs wblcb will appear upon It will be a sufficient guarantee of It excellence: Misses Katie Hollls. Sara Vance Fug'emsn, May V. Uib- bona, Mrs. Ells Baikua Bebr, of Kansas City. oue of tbe most noted musicians in Missouri; Prol. S. M Boyer, male quartette, Star band, Burden's orchestra. Wm. Zeller will play a slide trombone solo and, together with Mr, ftd. Ylngling, wbo plays tbe cornet, will play a beaulllul alto and cornet duet. Tbe ad mission price Is fifty cents and reserved seats will most liiely be greatly Indemsnd. Through some unaccountable error If giving the names or the township delegates wbo were appointed at tbe meeting of the Lafayette county Immigration society to meet at tbs courthouse on tbe first Mondsy In March, we failed to print tbe names ol Messrs. Wm. H. Clsgett, B. W. Keene and Bobt. Hale, wbo are delegates Irom Lexlng ton township, fbe names of tbs delrgstes from Davis township were not bended In until loo late for publication last week. Tbey ure as follows : Geo. P. Gordon, Jackson Corder, D. Y. Prlgmore, H. Upbsus. M. L. Belt. W. C. Besttle, A. Wade. Cbaa. Hoefer, H. Kuipmeyer, A. E. Asbury, Wm. Ulg gius, G. K. Campbell. Leslie MoMeekln, Jno, B. Santmeyer, Geo. Chamblln, J. J. Fuller- son, W. A. Tborntou and Geo. Roberts. We ststed last week that the stale velar! nary suraeon bad been sent for to determine whether or not several animals on tbe farm of Mr. W. C. Bealtle, near Hlgglosville, were effected witb glanders. On Friday Deputy Stale Veterinary H. B. Adair arrived at tbat place and It appearing lo bs sstlsfac- lion that two mules snd a horse were so stfected bs reported tbe same to Prestdlog Justice Jos. F. Smith, who. with Associate Justice Tbos. A. matron, bald a special term of the rouuty court Friday nlgbt, appointed W. H. Dooley, W. G. Neale and I bas. Mc Cord as appraisers and ordered tba sheriff to kill tbe snimals. Tbe two mules were ap praised at (100 each and tbe horse being 20 years old was considered by Ibem lo be of no value. Deputy Sheriff Robt. Uule killed tbe animals Saturday. The patentee and manufacturer of tbs hemp breaking machinery tbat Is proposed beiug placed in the Silver Canning Co's, buildings, has visited Mr. Silver tbs present week, wlib a view of looking fully Into tbe business, inspecting tbe bulldlpg, roller, etc Everything being satisfactory, a part of Ibe machinery will be shipped bere next week and other part In two or three week. Tb gentleman goe east on this trip to complete otber portions ol tbe machinery which are most Important, Arranaement are complete 10 lurnlsb tbe farmer the seed at cost snd on tlme.lf tbey wlsn It. for tbe scresge advertised for, and Mr. Silver hopes tbe farmers will wake up to tbe importance of pushing this new enterprise, wblcb promises mums far In advance of any crop tbat can now be growu at present prices. He will lake phas ure In glvlog Ibem all tbe Information they desire on the subject and hopes In tbs next two weeks to close conlrscts I ir at least 400 acres. Mr. Silver also sdverlises this week for all tbe fresb hemp seed tbst tbe farmers msy have for sale. II any of tbe farmers desire Iresb China hemp seed Irom Kentucky, be will supply It at cost. Tbls subject bss been 00 their minds now for some time, now let tbelr conclusion be favorsble sod elve tbl "new departure" euuh a beginning that In another year the rich land of old Lafayette will again be green, producing a urop tbat once brought so much Income to Its citizens, Chapel Hill: Weather pleasant. Tbe road are good. Sickness U dissppesrlng. Tbs I grippe bas been holding us down. Measles likewise bas been a very unwelcome visitor Farmers are preparing snd thinking shout inelr usual spring work. Sunday sobopl every Sunday at 0:80 o'clock a. ni. Ernest Wllker on. nn of ( apt. T. J. Wllkerson. is on tb sick list. S. I. Wagoner, one of our oldest cltieii, two and one-half tulles east of here, bas been very sick for some, time past but b is slowly iioprmiug now. Mr. M. Itraunam Is teaching a sinking school at tbls place. Tbe elats meets scut!, weekly. A protracted meet log Is l. begin soou at the Methodist eburcb (Ml. ZIod) one milo west of bere. Wish l success. Jesse Adams, sun of Jas. Adams live mlies uortb ol bere, wss kicked In tbe head by s horse lust Saturday, ibe Htb. snd died tbe next dav. There was a social enter tainmrnt at the residence or lr. F. M. Bhore last Friday night, lbs 7tb,al which a good crowd or young people were present snd en Joyed themselves in their highest capacity Tbe peuple should not forgi't to psl.onUs our merchant. Ell Simmons, wbo keep general slock of goods and Is able lo compete with tbe near railroad towns In regard to quality and prices. W. B. Johnson, our vll Isve blscksmhb, should also bs remembered s'ld patronized by Ibe puople. His shop l wall euulued and furnished and bet able lo gisa aailslavlloi. to bis customers. Do not forget Ihe B. F. C concert Monday night. Baptist college concert and cantata, Mon day n'gbt. The building boom has commenced in earnest Hint our mechanics look forward In uuolher busy season. As there are a number of "buckera" of Hie Mexican lottery In this vicinity we give tbe three numbers wbiuh drew tbe Isrgest prizes: 0.S8' drW tflO.OOO: 42.350 drew C20.00U and 74.791 drew r 10,000. Messrs. Isidore and Philip Keller went lo r'ultoo yt pterday 10 invoice tbe slock ot dry-u-oods, boots, shoes, etc., or the Messrs. Koseobaum A Hon, whom the former named Kuotleman will succeed In business. Mr. Kel ler Is a thorough business man and will be quite an acquisition to tbe commercial circles of Fulton. The gun club held tbe most interestiue hooting match that bas taken place bere for many.yeare, at Sportsman's Park Wednesday venlnic. A series or iiiulebet are to take place and this was tun tlrst one. The prizes tiered are. Hist, no elegant silver medal, to ba awarded lo the winner or three matches; second, a leather medal, to be awarded to the poorest shooter. Some eight or ten matches were shot on the afternoon ot which we peak and some vrry good and some awfully poor shooting was doue. In Iho shoot lor medals Mr. cbas. Taut man won the silver medal, and. in order to keep the whole thing 111 the same family, bla brotber, Albert, was awarded tbe leather medal. A lack or space events our publishing the scores. The Missouri Trotting aud Pacing Horse Association has been holding quite an iter ating meeting at Mexico this week. Tbe most Interesting feature or tbe session was he sale of flue bone. Tbe Mexico Intelli- neucer. smong others, reports tbe following ties: Kllato, bay stalllou. owned by J. It. Barnelt, sold lo Thos. Jones, 1425. Marma- duke, dark bay stallion, '10 years old. owned by J. R. Barnett. Dover, Mo., sold to Koberl Potts, ,S0 Nettleton. brown stallion, two veara old, owneu ny 11. lounumrr, isuei. sold to Neal.Hlgglusville.iSOS. Italsosavs:- . Todhunter. of Dover, a great admirer ol good horse, arrived Monday. He lias 00 sale Nettleton. two-year-old stallion, oy fashion, and Johnny Jones, a two-year-old gelding, by King Raven. He 11 also In charge or Mariuaduke. by Mambrlno Chief. This animal is the property of J. R. Harnett, of Dover. Peraouailtloa Mrs. Jeuule Stewart Is belter. Mrs. Jno. Cowle Is sllll quite ill. Mr. Hsm Klndlay Is still very ill. Mr. Thos. Alford Is sgaln better. Bev. T. M. Cobb Is convslsscenl. Mr. Tol. D. Graves Is O. K. again. Mr. E. S. Flsbback Is considerably betUr. Mrs. u no. ('. Young, Sr., Is able to be about again. Mrs. Faunle Bane Is recovering from la grippe. ...... - Mr. J. C. McGrew was In Kaunas City Wednesday. Mrs. A. Wade was In tbe city shopclug Isst Monday. Mr. Jobn Plattenburg, of Dover, wss In tbe city Monday. Bev. F. Menefee speul seversl days of this week In Liberty. Mr. J. W. Basye bas been In Kansas City most or tbls week. Col. Jno. Reld Is able Iu be shout sgaln, though sUII feeble . Mr. snd Miss Chilton are somewhat belter, though still quite ill. Miss Nannie Gordon visited at Npol"n Saturday snd Suuday. Howard Williams wss well enough to be on tbe streets yesterday. Mrs. Jno, Powell Is recovering Irom an attack of congestive chills. Miss Maggie Lane is somewhat better from her relapse of last Saturday. Mr. Kd. Smith, of Kansas City, visited relatives in this city Sunday. Mra. F. R. Neet and daughter, Miss Alva, spent Sunday in Kansas City. Mr. T, J. Dullng Is very dsngerously ill Irom obstruction of tbe bowels. Miss Ella Nlckell left Saturday for a visit to ber brother's fsnilly, in Fulton. Mrs. B. R. Ireland snd daughter, MUs Laura, spent Tuesday In Kansas City. Rev. W sll ace Chambers wss visiting his parents In Ibis city Monday and Tuesday. Miss Martha Crenshaw left Wednesday for a visit of two weeks to friends in St. Louis. Kev. J. W. Keeble attended a church meet lug In Kansas City Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Louis Stsbl. ol Concordia, visited ihe family of Mr. F, Morsth, near this city. Wed nesday. Messrs. ueo. Farrar, T. J. Bandon and Ell Cbronlster were In Kansas City on business Tuesday. Capl. W. D. Kauklu aud Messrs. James Peak and Lou. Tarilon speul yesterday In Ksnsas City. Mrs. Jas. C. McGrew has been quite alck wltb an attack of rheumatism tbls week, but Is now better. Mlise Jennie sod Hsllle Uiirnett.of Wsver- ly. visited Miss Willie Blggirstaff, Iu this eity.Thuradsy. Mr. jsmes T. Clayton, or K insas City, baa b. en In tbe city on probate busluess several days or this week. Mr. J. U. Senden bas been unable lo attend to business several days of ibis week on sc Cinint or neuralgia. jniss Dsitie uiuiauay, or lligglnsvllle, re t irned bom Monday after a week's visit to Miss Ella fribble. In tbls cty. Mrs. E. Allen snd little Msrv Andreen went to Hlgginsvllle to visit Mrs. Wade yes terday. Tney will return lo-ulgbt. Miss Eva Snellimr, of Miami, Is In the city snd will spend seversl days visiting tbs family of hsr brother, Mr. F. Snelllug. Mr. Waller Wbllsett. now a member of tbe police force or Kansas City, wss ia the city Thursday to attend bis mother's funeral. MaJ. F. at. Neat lelt, Sunday, for a trip through tbe oortbera atates in sesreb of ice witb wbicb to supply this city during tbe coming summer. Advices recently received stste tbst Ml Gussie Winkler, wbq bss been spending tbs winter In New Mexico for ber health, Is very low witb malarial fever. Mr. W. W. Davis aad family, recently or Waverly, are now pleasantly located In one ol the beautiful residence of tbe Wm. Smith estate, on 18lh street, in tbls city. Mr. Joe F. Alford request hi addres changed to i&8 Blake street, Denver, loto rado, Hs also informs us that be baa been quite sick Irom la grippe and a relapse. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Taubmsn and daugb ter, Mis Fannie May, went up to Kansas City yesterday, Mr. T.to spend tbe day and bis wife and daughter to visit several weeks Mrs. Dr. J. F. Atkinson and son. Howard formerly of this city, now of .St. Josepb.ustue down to tbl place Tuesday night for a short Visit to friend and to look after their properly iuterest. Mr. Oscar and Edgar Filler, the latter of whom bas returned from the state of Warb logton, were In tbe city last Monday. Mr, Kdger does not like the northwest so well as be doe old Missouri. Miss Fannie Robinson returned borne Wed nesday Irom a visit of teu days to Mi-s tuna Stuckey, in Lathrop. She was au eye wituei 10 the wnisky war which was waged by the ladies or thai place Friday night. Mr. Walter Newman aud Mr. M. McFadl and wile weul down to Uiggiusvills Tueadu lo spend lb day with tbe family of Mr. .loo Newiuao. Miss Kanulo Newmau accoiiipanlc them aud will reiuaiu there some time. Miss GHbrlelle Greeley. daughter pi Horace Greely, wbo as a girl of la, was a famous belle, resides ul the old farm at Cbappaqiia. (Ihe Is about iu years of age, still very besull ful. but hs almost entirely Klveu up society, devoting herself chli fly to charitable woi(, under ritualistic auspices Mr. Robl. Auderyun, a ualiveor Lezimiloii. now resMlug In Eagle Ruck, Idaho, accom panied by his wife, a-rlved here Monday night for a visit to frieuds and to atteud to bis property interest In Ibis county. Mr. a. Is son of Col. Oliver Aodersou. who made """" - hi tiny auuwn as 'Aniler- loo's addition." Tbey left Tuesday nllu a visit In Louisville. Ky., from which place lby will go to t lorida. ,ntt Al.TaK. Married At III" M. K. church paisouuKe, III this city, rVhrnarv . bv l!ev. W. T. Mcl'hire. Mi. rllAS llil I" anil .Mi-s AU Ullsl A ANIIKKSdN. Im.iIi of lipverlon. Near IliiifinHVille, February o, mother ol Mr. Win. I'evcrMorlf. Near 1'iikh t.itv, February 4. the Ibrei -year-old sou of Mr. Jos. KIkviiih, Jr. In vVayerlv, February V. by Rue. J. N. Barks. Mr. FI.OYD WILSON and Miss NELLIE BASCOM. both of Grand Pass, Saline county. In the olHce of tbe recorder of deeds , In this e.lty, February 1. bv Rev. W. T. Mct'lure.Mr. .I VS GOODKKLLOW.til heda lla, ami Miss KM. A OAltltlSON.of lilKglos Vllle. In llluKlnsville. February 10, ol con an option. Mr. PATRICK OKU AN. Ills remains were luterred In the ('alholw cemetery, near this city. Tuesday, Rt. Rev. J. J. Lilly conducting the services. Iu Dover township, January 10, by tbe R.'V. Mr. Wagoner, at Ihe residence of Mr. T. W. I'app. Mr. CLAIO NKKH, aud Miss ANNIE M. TAI'P. The mairlagi) was a quiet oue, owlug to sickness In tbe family, billy a few outside or the bride's and bridegroom's relatives to wit ness the marriage. I here were slew gay widows on bund and whenever parties enter ed you could see their eyes riveted ou Ibe loor, but alas, 110 widowers came. Also a few old maids that looked on while the cere mony was being performed, aud looked like hey tboulil II they were vouiu; aKaiu, they would not say no so olleu. rUH OttADLr. Born In l.exiniflon township, February II. lo the wife ol Mr. Brad. Martin a girl. Iu Waverlv, February I), lo the wife Mr. II. I'l iiKiplev a iiirl. In Dover, February II. lo Ihe wife uf Mr. (le i. F.tliiUKtou a girl. THE TOMB. Died In North Topcka. Kaa.. February 1. or consumption. Mr. JOHN M. BIOGF.R SI'AFF, formerly a resident of Ibis citv.aged about 2 years. In tbi ell y, February 12. Mrs. MARY JANE WIIITSKTT, wile of Ksuulie Amos Wbllsett, aged r4 years. In Shelblna. Mo . February 7. ol la rippe. Mrs. J ANK PAYNE, mother of Mr. Ed. Pavue. ol this city, aued 00 years. In Ihls city, Feliruarv 8. ol softenloff of the brain and paralysis. Mr. ALBERT LOOM 18, aited A7 years and three months. Mr. Loom is was a native ol New York, having been born near Biughumpton. In that state, Novembei 7, ltito. Or. Christmas day, Iu 1K.V2, be was united Iu marriage to Miss Elizabeth Kieversuu suil of this union six bildreu were born, Chas. .. Edwin (I., lohu F.. William II., Carrie aud Albert Sid ney, all or whom, wltb their mother, are lert lo mourn bis dcatb. He moved to this city In IHtiO and for many years was prominently uugaged In Ihe steamboat business. He abandoueu ine river a number ol years ago and opened a grocery store, iu East Lexlng lou. snd remained iu busiuesa there until Ihe dual summous csme. For the past tlftoen years be haa been a faltulul and devout mem ber ot tbe Presbyterian church He was strict ly boLorable aud bore tbe highest respect of all bis fellow citizens, ills remains were In terred in Machpelah t-euietry Suuday after noon, lidv. K. C. Gordeu conducting tbe services. I. lues on the death of Matlle Boukoskl, wbo died Juuuary 81, 1810: Sweel Matlle, may yon wear A golden crown, A bsrp wllblu your band To Julu the augela' baud. Sweet Maine, you have left us, A voice we loved is still. There is a vacancy In our heart. That uever csu be II 1 lea I . Mul'llKH. ItKHOI.UIKINH. Ibe following revolutions were adLiited at 1 u regular meeting 01 Davis rreck Grange .-so. 100, ueiu r enruarv lai. inuu. Whereas, ll bslb 1. leaded nur ileav. nl rather 10 remove Iruui our order. Brother Robert II. smith in the prime of his man hood. Therefore, be it lioolved, that in his death our order hss lost a goou and uselul insmlier, oue who was al vays ready to jild In cirr) ing out ths Inter ests of Ihe order as well as Jll.nliuir as-ls- tsuce lo s brother ri q ilriL rucb. ( Ue died in nsrnesa, rteing lUe secretary ol Lafayette County Grange). ItnaolVed, luituer. That we davit v avinua. tbize with our Sister Smith, nur first ladv assistant steward Id her said affliction. Resolved, hunher. That thouuta deceased was a member of another grange, our grange personally fed. bis loss in his zealous and consistent efforts to promote the Interests ol inn farmer. Resolved. That a cony of Ibe a reaulnttona ue spread upon our minutes, that a coi.v be seul to our sfflictfd sister snd sc ipy seul to ins couiiiy papers lor piinncalico. II. u. Mills, J AM KM K. OI.IlrtU, JZMKSO. HOUAN. Committee r. h. Other county uauara ulaase imhllah sun ouiiKB me urange. IM MKMOHUM. "There is no such thing as death. To lliore who live arlgbt; "TIs but tbe racer casting off What mokt iinnedea his Umlil." Whereas, It hss pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst our beloyed Irlend sou associate, rtooeri l ay lor, and wnereas. t is but ust lhat appropriate recognition of his many virtues be had.There- 101 e ue 11 Resolved, That in Ibe death of Robt. Tay lor Ibe school board bas sustained Ihe loss ol a good member and counselor. Ibe teachers ol Ihe Ihe public schools a warm friend, tbe community a good cttizeu and his family true compauiou. ue was lor many years a prominent member of ti e board, aud up to iuo nme 01 ui ueaiu was Its president. Up right In bis Intercourse with bis fell iwmeo be was many time called lo fill Important puouc omciai poiiitons and ever proved him sell cousclei.tio is, tallblul and honest, and is a Christian, be was loremost In promoting uvery guoii enterprise. Resolved. Tbat the heartfelt sympathy or tbe board be extended lo the family of Ibe ueceaseu in lueir alD,icion. Resolved. Ihsllh. se resolutions lie spread upuu me recor.11 1 tue uoaru and tbat a copy ue luruiaueu uib istuuy ol Ibe deceased. Friend at rest I your labors o'er Dream ol want aid woe 110 more; Sleep the sleep that know not breaking. Morn of tod, uor night of waking. C. u. Ludwios, T. J. Bandon. Ukokok p. Venablk. Committee. Kailrcad and Railroaders. It was Mayor Chris Walk a short while this week. Tbe pay car will be here to-day to make the boy hippy. Engineer Al. Furd has again taken bis old run on the J. C, B A L. road. Sedalla Gazette. February 9: Fd. II. Mor gan. the popular Lexington Branch engineer, sent word bere yesterday tbat bl wife died in Chicago during the forenoon and tbat tbe body would be burled in Brooklleld, Mo, cemetery, beside her father aud mother. Mr, Morgan bas the heartfelt sympathy or Hie en tire community. Well, poor Harold llolladay is dead Tbe heart of every railroad man Iu Ihls section or the country govs out with great sympathy for blui. Thursday eveniug, al about 4:30, while switching enra at Ihe Hsckett mine, Just above Myrick, be was ruu over by engine 224 an l horribly mangled, and at 12:2S a. 111. , Friday died ol his Injuries, lite crew were seltipK out the cara brought iu Irom off tbe J. c. B, ,V L. and Uaio .l was deluded to uncouple Ihe euglne from a car of wood. Ilu succeeded Iu pulling out the coupling pin aud attempted to step Irom behind the engine, but bis toot became fastened in a guard rail and he was thrown under the wheels ol the lender. Th entire lender and the driving wheals and on. patrol pony trucks 01 me engine rau over him and when the engine was stopped his right arm was under the trout pony trucks, His riuht leg was manlicd into u 1 1 y ajj bl right arm was broken ami toru from Its sin Let. WUtiii Mruck be (ell exactly straddle of Ibe rail and the tlanges 011 Ibe wheel mushed his leg from the heel up lulu III rfroiu into the very sila:i Mil.n bet ween lid (rack and guard n,IH. and it was necessury to lemove the fcUard rail befiue Ilu could he rx tn.atfd. He never lost coiiaeloumess until I lie physicians placed htm ii' der Ihe lurluence of ether, und talked cm,' freely (o Lis brother woikuieu of ' . ihe terrible acsl ilenl happened. A H- ' ' degree of fortitude and bravery was never iiiiuIh maulfest. tie hud taken nut an accident policy only lb( day beforn Ibis meat calamity ucfe.ll l.iu). Harold may have uppeurcd rough ttud uncouth at limes t.i those who were barely acquainted in ii.in. 1. ui a kinder heart uever rested lu lu, lo.o.u of a uuuiau buiug. No task was (ooKreal lor blm to undertake whuu be knew ; it would accommodate a friend. May the I Lord of Hosts deal geotly with bis soul. The following particulars ol the recent wreck on the ('. A A . between Corder anil 1 Alma, appears iu the Slater ludex :-Last Saturday evening at about b o'clock, three miles earl of ('order, the "fast meat tralu" 011 Ihe (.'. A A. was ditched. The train was a I "double-header," both engines Jumping tbe track, aud sixteen refrigerator cars, tilled dressed meats, almost totally demolished. As I If by a miracle no lives were lost, sod only ' one seriously Injured, Waller Tterney, bead brakeiuan. Was considerably bruised, but is able to be around. He, with Eng'neer riecord and Fireman Page, were In the cab or the rear engine. No 88, which lert the track aud turned overtwoor three times, complete ly making kindling wood or tbe cab, and tbe escape or tbe three Is alrj'-st unprecedented. The forward engine. No. 10). Andy Benson, eonlneer, Joe Gilliam, fireman, went off Ibe track, on to Ihe lies, without injury to either engineer or firemen, Joe Gilliam, being on tbe tank, which turned over, Gilliam fell ou bis head, shout 20 leet distant, striking tbe solt loam without suffering any material in Jury. Beuson stayed on tbo engine and escaped unscathed. This was one of tbe most disastrous wrecks ever occurring on tbls division, and up to this writing the ca-iseof tbe mishap la somewhat of a couundrum. various theories of a broken axle, flange or sll being thought the cause. The e mi at trains are tbe heaviest on tbe road, and as the meat bas to reach Its destluallon unstipu lated lime, they bave the same rights as pas senger trains, speed being a great dlslder- stum, aud with tbe well known splendid bal lasted track ol tbe Alton aud olber Ural-class iUlpmeuts,tbey generally "get there" with out mishap or delay. The damaire. It isunder stocd, will sggregate about 1 00 .000, aud tbs alvage on meat, cars sud englues will cut ths oss lo near S20.000 or IJ6.000. Y. M. C. A. Itoma. Lexington will send Messrs. Osuldln, Kelly, Lamar, Hoffman. Edwards and Klllotl or the W. M. A. Association sud Prof. Blsn ton. Jos. Grsddy, W. F. Zeller and Gen'l Secretary French to the district cor lerence at Slater, and possibly others may go down later. Last Tuesdsy night we held our monthly buslnsss meeting and social reception snd our roouia were well filled with s lolly crowd of young people. At tbe business meeting encouraging reports were received from tbe reception, religious meetings snd member ship committees, showing good work done. (11 were received Irom membership dues, and a Junior department for boys under 10 years of age was crested. We would be fflud to bsve more boys Join tbls department ss we Intend to mska tbs Junior department one of the strong lealures of our work Then we bad our "Tag social." Did you Imagine tbat we ludulged In an Indiscriminate game of tag" and lhat we raoed H over the building lu a wild endeavor to tag some one. Not so. W distributed shipping tsgs numbered in duplicate; on one of them was written a conundrum and on the otber was tbe answer. Then each one went through tbe rowd until tbsy found their duplicate snd bad both question snd answer. Tbe ques tion was then read aloud and after waiting for some guesses, the oorrnct answer was given. Soma vsry witty replies, were receiv ed snd the audience wss kept laughing. Miss Fugleman, of tbe C. F. C, tben favored us wltb a selection wblcb was wsrmly encored, and sbe responded witb a humorous piece about "Paddy and tbe Owl." Both ot there selections were greatly enjoyed by those pre sent. These receptions will be continued each month snd tbe plans for next month's reception will inolude a most Interesting eve ning's enjoyment. . . . - - - -Rellgtoua. Rev. J. W. Keeble will pmsob at Ibe Hick lla subool bouse to-morrow alternoon at 8 o'clock. Mr. Jos. B. Kbelbv.ol the Christian church. will lead tbe Y. M. C. A. meetlug on Sundsy afternoon. Ue Is too well known lo need c irament. dervluee in Christ church to-morrow at 11 a. m. and T:so p. m. SUDlecl in tbe morning Burning tbe Magical Book, or, tba Power Of tbs Gospel." Subjscl In evening, "Blind Uarllmeus, or, tbe Call, tbs Coming snd tbs Reception.'' Service Asb Wednesday, Feb. 10, at II a. m. and 7:80 p. m. College Newa. Tars. t'sdel Kiiwarua waa called borne on account or the dsalb ol bla brotber. Tba Invitations rot tbe open srssiou will Im sent out the first or next week. A eompelltiv drill waa given to those cadets wbo were unable, either en aocouutol abseooe or sickness, lo participate In the one given lu January. Ills "sympathetic! bass." referred i tn Ibe J . r. C. now last wess. remarked ou tbe nola, Hi,. I be fsara "it" will Im a "permanent duett" doubtless uayer a ''solo." Kvery on on th programme (or tbe open ses sum lo bs given next Nalurday evening, is hard at work and irom lb amount or work being doue we have uo tear ol Ibe ulertainmenl not being a success. Tbe following promotions aud appointment were mad la corps of oadela laat Tuusday Promotions: To ba captain, company A, Cade Allen: company B. Cadet liarrelsuo. To be lleutaoauls. company A. Cadst H.F.UIaekwelli company B, Cadet Uauliln. To lit seargeanla rumpaay A, Cadet B. Kusiell, Brown. Lynch au.( Calkins company B.oadsls McCann L. U. Ryland and Taubman. Appolnimenls To be corporals, company A, Cadets Hunt Crenshaw aud fcwing; company B, Cadela.l Ii. Iliekmaa, Uauileu and Ponder. vaNTMaL iioTSa. Mka Bessie Taggart Is on a flying visit lo ber home, near Warrensburg guns to attend a wad dlug, it la said. Wbyl ob.wby does a certain young lady of U F. C. smile and blush so charmingly, when ilt. C and Kansas City are msnnoneu? Uo certain mail dys ons ol our girls can be aatn, Uy those oi the lookout, wsll.ing around merrily, although tbls be strictly against the rules. W never know wbu io look lor th slrangs ocourreaor; but one fiance is.stiOlcleut lor the young lady. Miss May Conrad baa been called home lo minister u her mother aad other sick memtie of her lamlly. ;U t May la oue of our briKhleal must studious pupils, aad we bops lhat good health will soon be restored at her home, so Uulsbe may return to hersiu.lles. Miss Marion Shrader, on aecouut ol her own delicate health, lelt 't'utaday for ber Iioils in Corder, where sbe will spend a W ek or two Kre Ibis time paasea we bops kltsa Marion health will be recovereu, anu mal we ouu once mjre welcome ber to our college circle. The "Saraaali-Oalberl" mulinee l be kivcu tj-day iu Kansas City Will ba attended by our music teacher. Tbe girls kuow Hie teachers will, on their return, tell them all about it, so ol course, th. y do uol care lo go By Hie wj Prea'lJjoes and bis wile, and Mr. and Mi Blitz, have been honored, with comiillmcutar HckeU lo this great musical leatival. All last week lh,e wide u,l ol Central rang with "Tbe U'shop will be here to diuuer sun day " He oaine and then tbe cry waa, "Have yuli te -n tbe BishopV" Bui, whauver were la exclamalions ueiorenauu, an leu tue .lining room Suuday, having enjoyed Ihe uice Utniier and still moie Ihe good Bishop' w.au ud lutei eating talk. All bopv Ittaln.p H minx will visi us again titt uiyeu. The I'onrert au.l oaulata lo be given by tin' uupils aud teai:hi'rs ol B.K.t'., U.iuJaV iiKlil lirouilses to be a grsiil aQ'alr. Tbe bill iulroduced by Mr. Tarsaoy to pro .Ul lor tbe e'eariug or tbe Atisaourl rlvvr ot uaus below St. Jospb asei le buuan last Monday anil Deeds uoly tUe uruiilent's simiis lure l bviptae a Uw. It appropriates 7.'i. (Milk and Mr. TarsnfV ia greatly pleaie.l wild ibis result, a.linilMSTHATOIt'M NOl'ICE. LfcllTKItol a.iilil'.tjlinn ou Itie iurlm i . vlil. lala'H ul l)l"l Jt l.rnlirnr. (U..I..II i ayl',r,V.riug I' naSMl i .rti.vr) . wrre Krsni j.l lu III nu.ii'rniKni 1 un ttle I t'll ,ay yl Frbrnarv. Id's", by Hi.- t'ruliate ,4)1.1 i vl Lata) rllr i'uuiii v, Mis. our 1. All nersuna b.aVIUS" otarjus SKaluot uijnsi uerahly ratair. ar,e rumilre.l t.i exlilbi IU.11. lur allowance t lb' uuit' ialanr.1 aurvivina liartni'r au.l a.linluislratur wululi unr v. ai all. r the .ll" ul sat. lettars, ur tli. y may be it clil.lrvl Ir.un any lieurlll ul su.'.ii fatal. ami 11 suoli olaliiis lie not hll.itr.l within unr v.-ar iruin lb ilale ol this piiblicattun, tin y w,u , lurever b irr. .1. 'I'bis liliday ol Kebriiary, Irvu JOSfceii U LtajSLiKU.t lliii aurvlviBg fanner auU AUtaiulslraiui . IVOTI4 l' TO FAItTtEllsl. wish 10 purchase what fresh Hemp Se, the laruiei-ri may have lor sale. Icbl.m W. II. SILVKR 1 oit iikt. I Ml K atom rooui 111 Krankllu Avenue, which 1 ha- been occupied by Mr. Albert I.ixiiuis. lately drccuHed, is lor reui Kicelleut location lor goo.l grocery etore A pul j. to the owner. 'I . T ST It IMt'KK. 1. 1. 1,111 ."tO I'lt E. luauraune ageuU are hereby notified thai a ll.ey oiusl iminrilialely inry oiusi iminruialely mass lliair raiuros l 1 he countr assessor or ihe uvnaltv ul' ll, lu will b rnloroeil without lear.lsvor or all, .'Hon. leblVi JOHN HANTMKVKK. FOB HAVINll jleterlinnril to quit house krejiig, I will sell 111 v Jersey Cow, k years old. Made elaht nonnds ol butter per week when 2 yeurs old; kIhu ..good young horse, well broke. boimI single driver. ii kv an rui;u NOTICE. rivlIC undersigned, having sold out blsmachioe 1 ami blacksmith shop in Wellington. wisbes lu Una manner to notily all indebted to him lo roiu.t lorward Immediately and pay tbelr ac count or make a.tliaUrtory arraugampols, on or helore Marnh 1st, and luarehc nave trouble, leblftu g. W. OADHM ANN. JACK FOIt HAL:. have lor sale a splendid young Jack,' mng Jack.M- DK, black sas. id action, jPf rood coo- sSjSbbshb i.r.e tears old this .rjrlna Willi white p nnia.tlne site ami ton nroke lor service. Is In gooi ii Ion lo make a season For lurttier i.urtica. Irs. inquire of Ii. I.. MITCH kLI,. leUI.'H I.exlMKtun, Mo. soriiK Tocirv pkoperti OH are hereby requnalad by the ell) council Ui trim vour Irees on the ya hue ol j as luiuus. that there be no oh- 3ae irucliou lo the liitht irom suld lamus. SSHta .1. II. lllNN.i.lly Marshal Hv order ol ally council. frhlSU ELEC'TIO NOTICE. Nol'Il K Is hereby s;iven thai there will be held al tbe Business Men's Hall, lo Lez- nalon. Mo., a meellna m Ihe atockbolders ol Ihe I.enlnKton Pontoon Bruise Co.. al Ihe hour ol Ha. m., Thursday. Msrrb 8lb. for the uor- pose ol election sefeu directors to serve lor the ensuing year. HV order ol Hie hoard, Feb. Ctli. ISS0. W. ii McCAUMI.ANH. Pres. C. W . Loom. Hecretsry. leblftul TAKEN UP B1 Y Kraok Milton, and posted before bus. K Cbinn, a Justice ol Ibe peace. In and for Clar townahin. of aiayeite county, on llle 3.1 tlav or rebruarv Isvo. tbe lollowiug described property : One yearling-past beiler. red. with white snots. Do ear marks or brands, valued at seven dollars. IcblM ADitlllVIMTH ATOtVd ,OTICE. LKTTKRS rf administration on Ibe estate ol Henry C. Herr. deceased, were (ranted lolhe undersigned on tbe 13ih day ot February, I6MI, by Ibe Probate court ol I.alayell a coun ty, Missouri. All i.ersons havinsr olaima axalnst said estate are required lo exblbit them for allowance lo the administrator within one year alter the dale ol said letters, or tbey may be preoluded from any henellt of slicb estate, and If suob claitna be nol exhibited within two years from Ibe date of Ibis publication they will be for ever barred . Tbts l.Hth day of February, 18u. JOHN C. FALL. feblftiS Administrator. PIULIC SALE. WILL sell at PubPo Aunlion, on Ibe Mrs. II C. Cbi'es larm. two and one-hall miles north ol May g view, on MONDAY. KEUKl AKV J7th. Ib80, Ibe following prnierly, to-wlt: Una coocl Work Horse. 4 yesrs old. two cood Brood Mares, two good M leb Cows, twenty two head ol Ht.rf-.k lions, one Farm Waxon. one Culllvator, I'lnwn and otber Farming Imple ments; shoot 7 l.airelaol corn In pena; also Hons.'hol I anil Kitoben Fiirnllure. TKKMSr Heven months time. Dorobaser alv- ing bankable nous wub inler-st from date; 0 per cent on i t easn, except lor nogs ana corn. which will be sold lor rash without discount. Hale lo commence at 10 o'clock sbtrp. lelS'Z MARSHALL THAKP. PUBLIC SALE. WK will sell al public auction, on onr larm. 1 J miles east of Lsx- liigton, on TUESDAY, FEBKUAItY U, 1S90, the following property, lo-wit: Two good Work Mules, 3 sood Brood Mares, t Work Horses, I f"r.-stl Milch Cow and Calf. 97 Htock Hogs. JUU barrels of torn lo crib, t farm Waiiona. ninxie poirgy and Harness. I Check rower, ami otber Farming Implements; also ll'-usehoiu ami Kl cnen r urnniire. Ml vis: All rums ol aiu and upward, six Himilia lime, purchaser giving bankab'e note bearing S per rent Interest, with discount ol & per cent lor casb, except hogs and corn. wblcb win ne mill inr earn without uiscount: all sams ilu. ter SI", cash belore removal ol property. Male will commence al 10 o clock shsrp. I lili W. (1. A R. A. WILMOT. AD.mXISTRATOIt'S SALE. rpUK undersigned, a admln X. Istralor r llie estate ol V! . 1. snd Jodo Ureen. will sell at public aiicllou, lo Ihe highest bidder, al the late residence of suld J.iha 8 Green, gki miles nortbeasiol May view. Mo., on tbe lUvis Mill road, on WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY M. 1SSU, the following personal property belonging lo said estate, to-wit: lis corn-fed three-year old Hirers, 1" lai t,ow, a in nuns, tu two-year-old Hieers. 10 two-year-. no lleirers, Yearling Cat tie, ft Dry Cows, t Milch Cows and Calves. Tl Hogs, a Work Mules, 3 three-year-old Mule. Work Horses. I Paddle H.irss.SO barrel Corn. IMI buihels ruresbed Oat, a lot ol Farming Utensils. Ac. TKKM4: All sums or SIU and onwards, six months lime, the uurntiaser xlvtox nola with approved security, bearing 7 per cent, interest wito discount at in rats or a per cent per enuuui ror casn; uniter eiu casn ueiore removal or property. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock sharp UKU. B uttKEN, lehisti Administrator AUVEHTINE9IENT FOR BIDS oy HONDS. IIOABD OP KllUCiTION. 1 I.sxinutom, Mo., Jan. X7, HAW. rilHK uudersianed will receive bids on B& JL uuo school bonds ol Lexington District No X, township M, range 27, ol l.aiayetie county , as loiiows: SIJ.000 O-'io bonds. Sl.1,000 l-A) bonds. Or 2&.oot all ft-J bonds. al tbe rate ol lour Dfr oeai. iuterest uer annum. iiuerun imyauiv semi-annually at ine city ol new or or at. .ouis. oonus io oe uaisd juiv I. ltiko. Bid) will be received up to Ma rob I, luu. The uoara reserves toe right to reject any and all uiua. oy oruer ui ms i uara. leblld C U lUPWiaS, Hecrelsry. C'OlNTV ttllPERf ISOR OF l'IMBLIi: SCHOOLS. srATK of Missouri. County of Las a vans. In ibe County Court of Lafayette Conaty. Feb ruary Term, 1st day, Feb. d, lssu. WOW al this day is presented to Ibe court 1 pennon signed oy one aundredand mr re resiueot ireenoiuera oi ine county ol Lafayette selling lorlb Ibe tact thai ll ia li e dealre ol Ihe lunaoiianie oi aaiucouuiyto eaiabilab County .School Snpervisiou in and lor saia Connie, and praying tue court to order an sleotloo lor tbat purpose, at ine next annual scoool meetings, auu the court being satisded that said petition, is aigued by one hundred and more resident free bolder ol said county, H la therefore ordered tbat an election be held by Ibe qualiSed voters in toe eouui.y or iaiaeie, siale ol Missouri, al the next anuual school meetings, lor Ibe our- pose ol Votiug ou the u,uestion as lo whether or not tney win a iopt tjoiinty aonool aapervlston in aud lor said county, and elect a County school Supeilutcud. nl llierelor, as piovided la section Tust) ol Ibe Revised blatute of the a Lais ut Missouri for last), and tbat thirty daya' notice ol Ibis order lor audi election b.- given by publication in all the newspapers published in me couulv ol Lalayette. bald el. cnoo to be by Oi Hot. Those voting Iheretor bhall have wril teu or pruned ou their ballots, "For Super vision," aud those vol Bg against sball bave written or prln. on their halluia, "Against Supervision." STATK OK M18SOUK1, Cuumtt or Lavaxictil j I, W'm. B. Steele, Clerk of the County Court, wilbm aud for the county and slat aiorrsaid.db hareby certify lhat Ihe loregonig la a full and rueoopv ol lb older ol Ibe aforesaid county oourt. as ine same appears of record in my ssld uuic.e, m book 'ia, al page ll. lu leslimony wheieol, 1 do hereunto eel my baud, and atUx tbe seal ol said court, tbl 101U day ol February, A. It . IMK0 I. Iiliil WM B. aTF-KLK, Clerk . TO HOLDEllt HON US IF or TOWNSHIP LAFAYETTE iOUNTW, MIS. KOUltl. Ul rica o Jams I'. Uillahd, TnkAs i' hsh us I.ArAYCTra Liiunth. Lkxinu ..I tom, Mi., Iiruatv alb. ISMO NOTU'K lalirrrbv giyrn that bonds nuabi-r-r.l II. U. IU, 14, 14. III. 17, 18. III. 19. XI, tl, it, U'l. . . I'. i. X. io. 31. uf dt-nuiutne-Inn. ul S l0 eaub. all branna' d..e Noserobrr Mill, ltiai. and isatieU by the cotluly ot i.alay. 1 tu. slain ot Missouri, u brball ol iTle losru ship; bonds uumlier. .1 I, 1, , 4, i, a. 7, a, a, nl ilciitiiiiinatioDs ol aitsj ea. b, all bear da Niivritilirr 14th, B3. ami leaned by tbe oouuty ul t.aiayettn, slate ol Missour , in l.eftall ol hui-a-Uai- luwnalilpibonila uiiiubcml a.', 0J, 111, 111 l!l, tin. 117.116. 119, 140. l U VOuulina! Hons ol aitsjfanii, all b. an .g . r jo,, i4tn Inn'. a, id IsMied by tbeuuuuiy ol' Lalayette alale nl Msourl. lu bcball ot Mi.t.lUton towiialllii- I. ,a.la Miinbur tt. 7, S. . lo 11, lj, 13, u. 1 oi i(. uouilii .tH'.i ul Slot) rat.b, all ' f iring Uate Novruil.ir I4.li, IMK2. and laaue.l by Ibe cuuuly ul LuUy.lte. alula ul Misaouri, in brball ol rre.lom lowneblii; boo.la tiuinUer 10, 11 Ii II. JV-tol drnoiinnation u Sl.OUU encn and l.on.lr. nuiubrr b. tl, 0, II. U. 13, 14, j 10 17 ol .ti n. .aiinutl. uaul SIUO t a.-.b, all braring lai.' Novritib' r Utb, IsK.', and laau. d by ma rounlv ul l.aluM lln. atalt-ul Missouri, lu brliall ji Lexingluii lown-linu bund number S 14.lv. numlnaiion ul SI. 0110, ami tiumla number 1. i. J, t S, ll. 7, b. 'J. In ot .IfUouiiuit nit. nl a'lisi anl, ad bearing d.ue N.iv. ii.Ur Itib, IfWi, ami taHii. d l.y U,tU.Hnly nl l.alavrlle, xlaieul alia--oltri, iu heliali ..1 Wastiiuuiou township All M (mi. I V..11.W Ii .Ve wi .i. n.arrd line by the I'.iiiniy l oiiri ul said county sud Mibl. cl to re- ili inpliuu. and Ibul said u n.l will be rcicemsd 1 ii iuv win uay 01 sure 11, ib.iu, alter wkicb dalo Ilia inieiasi will riaoe. au.l lur llta.1 .uim,s way lie iirrsemi'd al the oiUoe ul euuniy irsa auier ol said touuty lor payuirut in cash JAS It Ull.l.AKD. I. t Si louuly Trrasurei. Naw Is vour tluio t.i lay id a au'iply olsboes, boots aud bats. As I am msking big reiluu tiuns Id my eotlre stork. H. A. I'tuui), oi posits court bouss, Main slrst t$ri SrsasSmss W. G. McCausland. E. S. McCausland, Young & iVicCausland's MINT TO-DAY I EVERY DEPARTMENT IN OUR IN THIS GREAT SALE! Every Line of Goods in Our this Congregation of Bargains. "Ws bave ransacked the fllOl'H nilllfatll tllstt a .axil A all the remnanta, short lengths central counter Is it necfgstrv for us to sav gain ? Cost or value is no considration. We hlkVA nnltr' nns ulea in view, one object in this sale That is to clean them up in short order, before train? aBt fnr (Wine sitr r a n You can save one-half of your McCAUSLAND, YOUNG & McCAUSLAND, LEXINGTON, MO. P. S. We have introduced th charge you $1, simply because your bill is only 98c. You can too, oy trading with us. McCAUSLAND, YOUNG & McCAUSLAND. Holiday Goods at Cost! We offer our entire Holiday Stock, consisting of Manicure and Dressing Perfume Cases, Jewel Boxes, and Collar and Cuff Boxes, and a great many otner things to numerous to mention, Wc them all displayed on our front counter, and it will fi:iv yrn to come and see them, as they will positively be offered you jrr o o s t . Nh IN SOME INSTANCES FOR LESS. Wo. 1119 FRANKLIN AVENUE. VALENTINES Friday, February 14th MY LINE OF FINE AND COMIC VALENTINES exceeds any that I have ever carried heretofore. Larger, greater variety and prices to suit all. Call early and select before they are gone. E. G. Loomls' Book Store, Main Street, Opp. Postoffice. NOTICE TO IsltJIERN. WH wish lo contract lor tbrea huodred tons or uire ol dry. well rutted straw Hemp. Also confer wltb laroiers In regard lo raisiu hem,. a;..n.r year. y L. R. KAUFMAN. l ITlinilKER. JRVBLBB INS UepalriUsT of Watohon. Clucks, Jew elry, etc , A Specialty. AU Kinds of Complicated Work . Solicited. Workshop in the Real E.tats Utiles ol JL', Wtasor Son, Opp. Couttbous. s'ilt E. M. McCausltfisJ, HOUSE IS REPRESENTED Entire Stock Contrlbutm to and odd and ends, upon our ' iIimwa wm -di .Am -d.p. r"'(S money by attending this sale. we can't make the'ehange, when save your pennies, and dollars. Cases, VALENTINES 1. Remember the Day. NOTICE. 1AM mom prepared to torniallv oo a tract ror all ihr drv. well re4iwt straw Irani I oar bondred a reso I Hemp JaplSl W H au.Vfcg A GRAND BAI.C.AIN. ACKE.3 u! smooth pretrial sad. lOU partly fenced, four room ho use, for ths low prim of Ilu pr acre . o I easy terms. I.an.l about la mile frosi lxlngtoa. K. WINSOB ASON. Lextncton Mo Young. SALE! EXECUTRIX NOTICE. LBTTEB8 testamaalarv oa tb mm, oI UsroaaoB Moans. doeasd, were vanlH.t to lb? undersigned oa tbe Slstdayal Jaaasa y liwa, by lb probata oourt of Lalavatt aouBtv! Missouri. All persons basing olaima against said estate are raqu ired toextaibil tbem lor allowance lo tbr cseeatrls wtthia on year after tbs Oats ot aid lettars or tbey may ba preoluded Irom aa bentSt! surkesiauii aaa if suob claims he bm eiaiblud arlikra two years irom th date of iblB publwaiioa they will b forever barre.1. Tbl list day of iauitary IStsj. - LOll&l EQUuk Jbb& i KScouuLa,