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THE LEXINGTON INTBLLIQ-ENOEE, SATTJBDAY , MAHCH 1, 1890.
-11 ' " I I I Official cm? ttd Counir Paper ANNOUNCEMENTS. HlOt'k sale day Monday. Candidate harvest Mouday. '. Tom Sawyer, al opera home. Wednesday I night, i Paris KeutueUaui-There In fald to be a three mouths old colored baby al Hopkins- i IUe. tbt tu Ittlk plaluly. Tb8 loe wa rm otng very ueavy id me river yeaterduy aud Thursday. No duiuige hae been dona to the bridge an yet. A nan forced an emranco lulo tbe tune meat of O. Beoker'a restaurant last Sunday might but was scared away before be secured any booty. Tbe two locbee of mow wbicn leu nere last Friday night disappeared rapmiv ana before Monday night none could be seen except on tbe north bill sides. 'Lives of poor men oft remind n. honest toll don't aland a chance. More we work we leave behind ua bigger patches on our pant-. On our pania once new and glossy now are patches of different bue, ail becaue subscru. n linger and will not pay us what Is dun." Faltb in tiie ability of tbe bridge to wllb- Isnd blgb water and lie bas considerably In creased ilnce tbe n.erleoc of last week. For MVeral days niush Ice 18 Inches thick was orowdlnc tbe full width ot tbe draw and not one dollar's worth of damage was done to tbe bridge. We understand that Klce Anderaon, tbe negro man who wu ao badly Inluied by tbe premature eiploeiou ol a giant dre cracker some weeks ago, durlug tbe Initiatory cere monies of tbe Sons of Protect lou, is In a pre carious condition, erysipelas haviug set in. He will probably not recover. Mr. Chan. Teubner nays lu reply to our Border" correspondent that there is uo such thing as the ' lrtt blackberry." and that be supposes tbe Mammoth dewberry Is all rigid, though be baa never fruited It. lie also any the Urm of Teubner h Anil have no agents Do you want to buy tbe duett Jack in Lf as vet. but will send out some this summer. - prosecuting attorney. We are authorised to announce WILLIAM Al:Lli as a candidate tor tbe o!tt ot Frosecu ting Attorney of L.layeile county, aubjeet to tbe aoiloa o1 tu damiciatlo parly. A98K9SOR. We sr. suthnrUsd toaroounoe W. BOONE MAJOR as a candidate tor ibvomoaof A.-essor of Lafayette county, eublecl to lue aciloo ol lb. democratic party. We are authorised to announce JOHN WALK SB aa a eaudlttata for Aaesor of Laiaytl e eoumy, aubjtot to tba autlon of tbe deuiocra'ic p riy. ml JUDQK Or PltORATK. Pt.a. annonnn. me as oandldate for r Ofnlnsllon for tbe otfi.ol Judae of Probate, ubjrct to Ibe will ot the democracy nl Lafay ette Monty, XKNOPUON BTL4ND. PRESIDING JD3T1CK. We are aUtbori(rt to announee JOSEPH V. SMITU aaa eanuidate lor theoffloeof Presid ing Juatiee of the County Coon, aubject to 'be aotiea of tbe democratic- pariv . ml ASSOCIATE JCSWJK-V? K3TKBV DISTRICT We are auijioriifd to announce W W. THOMAS av candid ite for Aaaooiate Justice or the t'ouat. Court lor the Western Ulatrlat ut Lalavelte eouuiy, subject to the aoilon ot tbe damooratle patty. ml COUNT! CLERK. We are authorised to annonnoe E. THOMAS LED a a oandldate for County Clerk of Laiay etle aeuaty, aubjrot to Ibe aoilon ol tbe demo ratio party. " RECORD a OV DRED3. We are antborlaeil to annonnoe Da. P. H CHAMBERS as a candidate for the olBes of Recorder of Deeds of l.auy.lte county, aubjret 10 me action 01 ue aemooratic party. We are euthorll'd to announce BENJAMIN ELLIOTT as a candnlaie lor I lie office ol H dr of Deede of Lala rile county, aubjret 10 ll e si'loa or the democratic partv. mi Tiun Sawyer, at opera house, Wednesday night. Tbe W. C. T. U. will meet Monday. March 8rd, at 2 :U0 p. tu., at tbe realdeoeo ol Mr. W. II. Cbilt a. Hev. K. W. Kasou, of tbia city, will deliver an address to llio ministerial student of W II- liuui-jewt ll onllegu, at Liberty, April H. , Auother picket line, between Omaha and St. I.uuls, wlii be established an soon aa uavl gatlou opens. Henry Tatnm la at tbe bead ol it. Eranko houuert at opera bouse Monday niiiht Sritn are nearly all gone. Tou bad bem r look Into tbe matter oi securing tbe (tjp'ivof wbHt are left If you wish to ei joy YoiJrell. I. Ht Wednesday tbe element seriucd to be trvlog to ee how disagreeable Ibe) ou' I mike the wea'.ber. Not a ray of eunshltie m to be eeu, the wind was from tbe north wrai. the tl milometer was down to 10 above z ro.tbi'ii fell for a abort time and only ceed to give way to the ball a,d sleet Ii'p Jenmo Heme, r i. that now goes on eeeiy ilocujient rriiUi'iua tbe alunalure tbe poai mailer at this plane. We are pleaaed to a'.-e It. Mbe baa been conducting the oil) e so loim it seems like such abould have been tbe nigntture long ago. Tom C'ren-htw uses the word "per When nits Jennie ih not '-Ml borne." Ttie Will K. Burton Toiu Hawyer imiupany bia beiu playlnK lo crowded boue at the fayett county r If so for further particulars ill on B. A. Cblnn.LeilDgioo.Mo. fllil Read Boyle's add. HSif Bargains, bargains at Buford A. Cblnu'a, good goods and low prices. Hi'l Come and see us. Don't forget It. Koyle A Boa. llKif Tbe most thorough and ellalent instruction oa tbe Piano, Organ, Violin. Viola, Contra bass, oto., and lo Tieory and Harmony Is flveuby r. J.Zel.berg at tbe E. A. Semi art. Buford A. Cnlnn'i I tbe plaoo .or bargains a aboea and ehata. Lei Inn ton. Mo.. Main street, opposlu court bouse. tSOit Peraone lalllng to gel their paper regularly roea tbe carrier will greatly oblige us by leaving word at this office, where a paper will bo given you and a reprimand to tbe carrier. If wo hear no eomplalot, of eourso we mast conclude that tbe paper Is left wlib due tetnlarlty. tf I carry tba largest add bsst ttovk of shoes latbaoounty and my prices are always the I owest. Buford A. Cblon. flfti I went to oloeo out tba following ariloM before taking stock and offer these al prices reiardleas of coal : - So boy's suits, from I to 18 years; 40 boy'a overcoats, from 8 to 18 tear: U doable and single breasted sack aaita, else from U to 44; ISO Chinchilla, Bea ver. and Meltoa overooaU, In sacks and atsterettea. Please give ma a tall and eism- laetbeM goods before bat Inc. H. Sloauer. Wbeo in neej of anything In tbe way of bead or foot wear eall on Buford A. Cblon, Leilogton, Mo. Main street, opposite conrt honee. fBtS Pupili wanted In oil and china painting, pastel and eravon work, abell and wai work For information about prices or for orders for anything in tbe above line apply by letter r postal to Miss Sue M. Alexander. Isling ton. Mo. ntr Royle's add meana businene. Bead It. HBtf Aay time yon need a nloe pair of shoes and It la oot eouvenlent for you to oome, send ma your order and I will take pleasure In filling It. Buford A Chloo, Lexington. Mo. f32il Wanted A food milch eow, James C. McQrew. febWtf Btfad our add. Come and eee as and we will prove tbat we mean Just what we say M F. Rffvle A Son. J1SU rineatvlack In Lafayette eounly for sale. for further particular call on B. A.Cblnn at bla shoe store, Lexington, Mix IS23 Wanted: An energetic man who under- atabda cloih:cg to represent us as talei agent In l-rxiogton. Superb new spring line BMW ready. Wanaraaker A Hrown, Pblladel phi. U Wade's Knob : Se ws acatce. The la grippe has about ceased to exiat amongat us. Mov ing Is tbe the order of Ibe dav. We under stand Mr. B.T Bldnor is soon to move from here to the Belt (arm, near Lexington. We ean heartily reoommend bin to tbe people of Lexington and vicinity. Some of our boys will soon be making frequent vlalts to Lexington. An eminent pbyslolan says that to the Imprudent act of getting out of bed without protecting tbe feet one ao oommeuly com mitted by women without thought of the eouseqiiences may betraoed many an attack of ellulltls, brought on by tbe sudden thauah momentary exoosure ot tbe lect to gold. It bas caused more diseases to women orevloualy healthy Iban could result from any other single act of Imprudence Lsrge orowds were very highly entertained at the B. r. C. last Monday night and at . A. S. Tuesday sight by tbe elocutionary effort of Prof. S. 8. Bamll and Mils Baiobln. At tbe C. A. S, the pleasure of the evening war materially Increased by tbe reading of a poem by Mis Ko.e Young Everybody enjoyed both entertainments butely" and apeag la tbe highest terms ol the entertainer II tour throat I raw and sore, and your vole is hoarse and thick, and tour ear Is full of roar, and your etomaob Is weak and alckj if you bay a throbbing brain and your head feel like a cheese, and jour cbt racked with pain, and you eough nd pent and wbeexo; if your bones and mutolat ache from your sbou d. re to your knee, and yoo chilly feel and shake, and younene std neete; If yonr note does nantbt but Clip, you have got a case of grip. Tskeabairel of quinine. LaBelle Star. Professor John Henry Cotui'ook. the emi nent naturalist, begin In tbe New ork Ltdger ot March 1. a series of six articles oo the study or inaeot which he describes, not only those Inaeot which are useful lo tbe ftrmer. botalao, those wbicb destroy entire field of grain, cotton and rice, aoj raage orchards, gardens and vineyard. He demon (trates bow It was aolentlocal y determined that at average annual loss of 130 000 000 bas been occasioned lo tbe sooth by Ibe co'ton- worm alone; and that an average loss per year, of nearly 13,400.000 baa been brought about In tbe epr!c rrop of Illinois by tbe ravugrs of tie rodlin uioth. 1 he series Is piofusely IllUkiratrd. Mr. A D. French. Sec, Y. M. C A.: Dear Sir: F om a notice In ibe Ixinatnn p-iper 1 learn ibat Hoo. Geo. A. Weodilog will deliver h i 'rcture on Stonewall Jnckson in Lex ngtou i.u Man h "tb. I beard Mr. Wend- Tbe Dialectic Society Open Session. Tbe above hoc let y, i-omuoai'd of the pupils of the Wentwoilh Malo Academy, held tliulr second open tension in the acudutnv chapel laat Uatunluy nigbt, luvitntlona (hereto hav ing been isHUPd hcvituI days prevloua. The altenilanco waa larue, and Hie capacity of the room was taxed to in utmost lo accommo date Ibone present. The young neiitleiiien bad decorated tbe room In a very Useful manner by banging pictures and banners upon tbe walla and placing blooming plants about the room and upon tbe ro-trum. Tbe room waa brilliantly lighted by chandeliers and lamps pendant from tbe celling and upon tbe walla, and while upon the eaterior of the building the rain waa falling and all waa darkness and gloom, it but increased by con trail the brilliancy and good rbeer ot the In terior. Perhaps tbe mnat pleainx part of the ' decorations ae tbe arranpement of tbe large ' aoutb window. This window was draped lu I dalk wine colored cloth, arranged aa a re ceptacle lor tbe handaome life sieed porlrait of tbe founder and benefactor of tbe school, Mr. Stephen U. Weutwortb.wbom tbe cadets greatly bonor, and whom they delighted to compliment In tbia manner. Tba picture is J a spleudid likeness, and, being tbua placed among tbe fold a of old gold and wine colored ' cloth. It added dignity to the whole arrange went ol tbe room. The audlenoe waa called to order promptly Ibe! Midland opera houxe In Kauaaa City and the , at 8 o'clock by the dutnlfled presldeut of tbe preta of thai city apeak In the broadest pralae ol tbeni. Almost everybody baa read lorn Sawyer" and bave"laubed themselves sick." but the reading of the book eebnot possibly Dtnke one to forcibly as to see It presented ou tbe Maiie by such an excellent company. Ilia company will be In this city text Weduesday uigot and we feel sure will play to a crowded hoil-e. Tbe wile sad two children of Mr. Jnllua Btrtela were aadly bereaved last Munday evening by bis most sudden ana untimely dea'h. At about 4 o'olock be was sitting ta king to a parly of fnod who bad called. wteo he auddenly became very sleepy and remarked that as he had failed to get any sleep for several hour he believed be would lie down awhile. With tbls be walked over o a bed, at down upon It and lell dead Lou before bis death he knew bewasaadlv atflioied with aome heart trouble and made the rrquett that when be was dead bis heart hoiilj be taken out and examined, lu ac cordance wltb tbls request Dr. Tuoknraod and Fulkerson took bis besrt out Monday and found lb cause ot his death to have been the enlargement or that member. It waa as larve aa a beef heart and weighed two pound while the average human being 'a heart weigh only three-fourths of a pound. He was yra old on tbe day of bis death. He was a blackuml'h by trade and was one of tbe most Industrious young men ol our town. In his death hla family hay suffered an Irrepara ble loss and have tbe sympathy of tbe entire immunity. Koligi .us. Itev. A. I'litor It now in charge of Itootivllln Cbrlal lull cburcli. Itev. H. (.'. Uonloii prom lied ai .Sweet Springs I ui Monitay aud Tuiisilai'. I'lie MUwiirl II.tplM Woman ' Miaalouary society will bold their annual mealing In (Ma city April 17. 18 and 111 Tile annual mi-cling of Ibe Laiayette 1,'outi- ty Bible .Society will be held in tbe I'retby terian church to-morrow night. All are Invited and urged to atiaiid. Rev. J. W. Keeble will preach at tbe Hick- lln atbool bouse to- morrow at 8 p. m. upon tbe subject: "What Shail 1 do to be Saved, or a opel Anawer lo a Heathen Queitiou." .Services for Sunday March 2. at First Bap tist church. Rev. F. W. Kasou. pastor: Sun day school from tt:80 lo 10:80 a. m. .Services at 1100 a.m. 8uhect:" Spelling Less n out of a UlUne Spelling Book." Communion services at : IS. In tills church at Railroads and Railroaders. Mr.T. A. Noel. formerly agent of tbe Mo. I', at this placs baa been uwved by Ibe M. K. A T. lor which company ho ia uow working, from Waio lo Teinplu. Tex. Mr. t;. J. Kea, the chlel clerk, of len. 1'asaunger and Ticket aneiit II. V. Towusend, of the Mo. 1. R. K.. waa lu tbe i-ltv Monday aud started Mr. tl. U. Kussell aa tbe down town ticket agent ot the company. This latter gentleman la now prepared to sell tickets to any part of tbe country. The offloe, for tbe present, el least. Is In tbe Lafayette County bank was a pleasant visitor here. Weduesday morning at ttedaha, placed ao Intoxicated liermao, aged about 2t years, on board the weat bound Lexlugtou Branch paa-enger train to send blm lo bis borne, at Sweet Surlnx. Con- building. Mr. Rea at our otUce while I'ollceuiau tiosselt. . ucru win ne no services ! durjar O'Brien kept bis eye upon the man as night on accoont of tbe i ,.i v..i. .. i.i. .....i ..i.i , ...i .tu. meeting of tbe Bible Society at tbe Presby- 1 the ir.l.. ... l f..n m,..i.... ..,! k trSJUtalllloa . Russell la able to be about again. , Bnver spent Saturday In Kansaa County eourt Monday. "u ue.iver tuts lecinre to a cro-iei iiohsb, Criminal Court Monday. I 0r8't r ,M upert. ni nescriptiou oi Rain laat TueJy morning. battle is eraou. lie was. auring ine ar. a Everybody and bis eousln will oe In town union man, and to everv way oppoaeu io Monday lumerei jsemon s political view, nut me Nolb'n Is ever lost bv patronlx'ng those m jet aroet:t aoutnerner. ana canuig nonnen- vjt bo advertise. er win ne pieaaeu who ine manner in woico 'Ibe predicted eoM wave arrived a lew be portrays ibe llle and eharaeter or me boure late, laat Tuesday, but soon enough treateal ol soutnern soiaiera. yours. e. for comfort. nionara nein. Mr-. James B. Moorebead I lo eptertsm I Mr. cnas. leuuner. me oe.i posiea anu the Ladles' Fantf Work Club. Wednesday I m eiexperieneeu nonioununai iu Miayetie evening March 8 i ao inty, in oraer to piomoie norcicuiiure ana The thermometer marked tan degree " a lively interest in su. n matters, nns abov aero last Wednesday morning, wub a conntd to answer mrougn tne eoi- llght now falling. lamnioftb iolelligenoer, any and an quea- Lost A ladiee silk umbrella Handle I "one pertaining to suco sunjeot lost may oe aounled with told bead. Lost about ten dsr aidressen to mm at Lexington, or. any ago. riease return to w, Aeeote. mart wu. . Mis Llxxl King will entrti a number " opinion punnsnea soon a- el her friends by glvln a "Jumbo Parly" I pre. licsoie. mm oe oacawani auuui ou- Monday night. A pleasant time Is aotld. ,Do " y-' question, i ney may seem sim- Mted. I P taa unimportant to you, out ine answers ... .1 l.i.i a it ... . i ill Loxaa Hay, a Wll known BgrO mSO.WbO I puwusoeu woere an at ..o mem, win per- for a year or two ba been tbe porter at Mr. ! " lution lor your oigubor mat Oevar'eealoon.dled last Monday mornli x of I een very yextux to mm. n caonoi umhis. axed about 48 yeers. I Deip out worx to yonr merest sou to your . . ...... Tbo Kaosa City oiob eoatain aa an-1 'ir oaneement of tb oaadldacy of Mr. John G . I Mr. Wm. Aull proved himself to be a goo-i Blsbop. lorroerlv of late city, aa a candidate I runner, last Satarday, and we feel eafe In lor eltv auditor, subject to tb aetlon ot tb I saying tbat If be run hi political rac r ism republican oooveotloa. I a ba did a foot rsce tbat morning be will Tba bora power ferry boat, Oea. Harrl- l-glt tbar" In On shsp. He sroee early In oa, at Wellington, ba been puralaaed from lordarto get ready logo to Kansas City and yir. Stephen Jeude by Mr. Joseph B. f liver. Ijuit before the break of day, stepped out in I ib's elty. the consideration for tb boat, I nl yard and saw a man In his chicken bouse. lour horses and tl00 being UiO acre of land I who afterward proved to b a young nrgr In Bey county, near Uardln. (named Jno. Sbelby. A soon ss Mr. Aull Correspondent will ples remmbr Ibat I appred, John made baste to get over tb re publish ao aommuaieatloa without tbe I back fence, and mor for tb purpose of sea aa of tbe author. "Many Hiatus,"'-Dra-I log who tbe treapaseer was than anything ooret," -Voter." Ac, wi'l do very well lor e 1 1 le Mr. Aull followed with equal haste. A atgaatur to appear In tb piper, but tbe foot rac down tb alley ensued. Mr. Aull rial asm of ibe correspondent n.ut be I ad threat to shoot If ohn did not atop known to tba ed 'or ia yry cue. but D0 kttentlon was paid to htm. Mr. Aui "SoiMbow or omboW lb pscksg I loeo lw (nat bis only ebsnce waa to run bi r IaullUoncer lor our subterlber at Wa-1 ot0 down, which be proceeded to do, and terlro fal:d lo materlallx last Saturday and Qoally aecompllabed. Every rtreet and alley nas not yt arrived. Where lb fault Is. we (be neighborhood was uied as a racetraik aanot tell at present. Fortunately, we bad but Jnbn couldn't turn tbe corners fast sowgn copies cl tbat lsus to duplicate tbe I enough end was collared by bis pursuer. H bam which were forwarded so soon a we cannot be prosetuled. although bia lntentlot received notice of tbe mistake. I w(rs evidently good enough. There seem lo win sprea l Interest Wayerly Mo:-Mr. Wm. Donaboe. of Kan. It kbe eomlng lectur by Hon. (leo. B. Wend- city.vlsited bl mother and (later 8undav Ia on March 7tb. Seat bate been reserved I ur. Aldrlge Corder rl-lted Marshall Tbor rek ahead and In-jmrlea nave come in from day night. Maeter Frank Corder, of tbe W oarroundinnowiarexaraingineieeiure. a I M. A. arrived at borne Friday eyenlmr to rill La teen In auolher coiumu. lie Is mo.t .oroA - ew j.,,. u. p. a P.,.. has made lilgbly recommended by our prominent eltU t. 0f bl, residence to Mr. O. Y. Oant wl o son who have heard him among tbeut Jude 1 mlu rooTe mng n In a short lime. Tbe fold. Jdde Jim UrUU i. WalUcJ. Jr., hhef.rruer coutemplates moving to Marshall and many others. rr Hlgginavllle. Mr. R. V. Robertson left All tbe stockholder ol the Lexington for Hlggiosvllle Thursday. Mls Kelley, ol Building and Loan Association are urged to ! Illinois, who nave been toe guest or ibe attend tb next regular meeting of the board Miases Cannon tor the paal month, left for to ba bald at tbe Business Men' hall hall ber home Friday eveo nir. Mr. George Cuii aAr aevea Friday algbt, March 7. aa norn- bieghatn arrived In tbia city Monday evening taailon for a new board f diret-lors to from Oulbne, Oklahoma. Mr. D. H. Davis, serve for the ensuing year will be made at of L"Xtnton, came down Monday evening, tali meeting. Tbe director of conr attend Mr. Buckmau and family who hsye been to tbo business of Ibe assoclstlou aa best anion: us lor Ibe past year, left Tuesday even they can, bat It I to tbe interest of .aery log fur S in FraouUco, Cl. We lose In Mr. ttptlholdtr to e tbat good men are selected. Bucltnan a good clllxtn an wish for them The association will after tbls pay be three ' prosperity In their new home. Rev. J. V. vear old and a-b and every share of tbe ' Berks yialted io Corder this week. Misses original or first series will have a withdrawal ' WeUmaa are the guests of Dr. Warren and value affixed which will add to tbe market ; family. Mr. G. W. Orenalds. of Sanaa City, valu of tbo tbre, a tba director will le the guest of Mr. John Aber and family, have tbe power to redeem them on 80 day Miss Peaeock. of Bjrton county, I the nn-st at from SI 00 lo 60 more Iban bas been of Mr. James Oarret, and family. Miss Edith paid la a due. Attention I called to tba Leash arrived at borne Saturday evening leetloo for an Increase ol capital stock to be from HUglnsville, where she bas keen attend- held Kerch 84tl. The ilotlMJtri mutt take Ing school. On scnount of III b.'alth she ha aa lnlresl lo matter of ibi kind a tb bad to give up school. Masters Isa Oral and continued prosperity of the association lade. George Burnett. Jr., spent Sunday lu Lea- oeadeat upon tb admission of new stook. Ington, Mr. Ike Grata, of Lexin Moo, spent holder, 8K hundred nd twenty-Ore (bare Suudsy la tbls cliy. Mr. Wm. Fell, and nut voted In favor of ibl propo-l'lon wife, of Pueblo, Col., who have been visiting or th sbaree cannot be issued. 8to kbold. frlonds tnd relatives m this city for the past r living out of town or thoe iaibl to month, left for their home M mdar morning, .ttrd should send proalee to friend la favor Mr. Ed Campbell, of Lexut'oo. Is tb guest fluwmn orMr.B,i.liawiddi..lpMiliy. Mr. Cba. Mr. J. B Oty. Mrs. Jsnnl Stewart 1 Improving very lowly. Hiss M. Z. Bryant visited Kansas City Monday. Rev. F. Menefee ape 'it Wednesday in San aa City. Mr. Cba. Taubman spent Tuesday In Kan sas City. Mr. Wm. Aull spent last Saturday In Kan- sai city. Mr. Setb Herat, of Kansas City, spent Sun day here. Mr.T. J. Dulmgl recovering (lowly but It I hoped surely. Adlulaut-Gen. Jo. Wlckbam wa In the city Monday night. Mis Blrdlo Qunlack spent tbls week with friend In Concord!. Mrs. John Powell and Miss Maggie Lao a are both convalescent. Mr. K. B. Henry ba bad la grippe this week, but la now belter. Mr. Robt. F. Norfolk was In to spend a few day with his wife tbls week. Mr. Robt, Rmllb and wife speut Sendav with Mr. El. Smith. In Kansas City. .dr. I. W. Rodlwaro, of Fulton, Is here visiting ber daughter, Mrs. J. B. Moorebead. Mia Myrtle Russell returned Monday f.-oui a vlalt to Mls Kate Gordon. In Columbia. Mi Nettle Barksdale.of l!igalnsvllle,pent Saturday and Sunday with frlenda In tbis city. Mr. Kpb King aud Miss Dixie Qraddy vis ited Irlenda iu Marshall several daya tbia week. Mr. L. J. Morgan ask tbat hla postotBce addreaa be changed Irom Wellington to Odessa. Miases Kittle Mulligan and Mollle O'Mal- ly. or Ksusaa City, visited relatives bete Sunday. Mr. W. T. Tutt and wire, of Independence, came down Wednesday night for a lsll lo relatives. Mr. Jno. K. Burden returned Weduesday from an extended business trip to Pin Bluff, Arkansas. LVuo'.lve Frank Tutt, of tba Mo. P. R. R.. Oame la Wednesday n'gbt from a trip Into Colorado. Miss Mettle Emlsoo, of E. A. B.. went lo ber home, near Uigglusvllle, Moodajr, for a short stay. Mis Clara Laoy.a compositor la tble offloe. his been quite 111 tbls week with rheumatism O.' tbe ebest. Miss Minnie Neale returned Saturday nlgl t society, Cupl. K. P. Rvland, WbJ then re quested Dr. P. U. Chambere to open the exercises with prayer, after which tbe roll wa called, and the uiluute of the laat meet ing read and approved. Tbe president then lo a ueal and appropriate address, welcomed ibe audience to Ibe open session and stated, among other things, tbat although tbe occa sion waa intended as a oolebratlon of tbe au nlyereay of tbe birthday of the Father ot Ilia Country, still aa the nation for more than century after hla death bad failed to provide a tilting monument to bia memory, tbat tbia society would imitate tbe example thus set aud that very little would be said or don- having a direct bearlrg upon that aubject. Tbe opening ohorua, by Cai'eta McC'auu Hoffman. A'len and Uamlen, waa sung In msgnldrx.nl style, tbe time being perfect, Ibe note clear and strong, and tbe enunciation distinct, every word being easily understood and adding very materially to tbe enjoyment of tbe (tuglog. They or course, were not let off without an encore, whloh waa granted. Tbe declamation of Cadet Taubman was excellent. He seemed aa much at ease before tb large sudlence a b would bays been bad only his preceptor been present or bsd be been reoltlcg In the quiet of hi own cham ber, rd entered so much into tbo spirit ot his author tbat tbe audlenoe oould almost see tbe vulture as they ted upon the vitals of the bound Prometheus Cadet Gauldin, la hla humoroua selection, "Betsre ot de Vlddsrs." brought out In a vivid manner tb tribulation and woe of one wbo bad become ensnared in tbe meshe of one of those dangeroue blpllt. However, w think tbere sr xeeptlons to lb rule.and that not all of tbls elass sbonld be tabooed on account of the "Ins of a lew. Mis Kate Hollis, wbo wa announced for tb next musical number.iing with her ususl sweelaes and expression. Abbougb Miss Hollis has for two or more years been suffer ing Irom a tbtoet trouble, still we are bappy to aay tbat ebe baa so far recovered tbat.wlib care not to over-tax ber voice In tbe pursuit of her profession, she will soon be able to take her place again aa one of Lexington's tavorlt songsters. Of cours an encore was Insisted upon, to which ab cheerfully re sponded. The debate "Resolved, Tbst Mankind is growing better," was extremely Interesting and the argumenta advanced bv tbe cadets ebowed thai they bad siven tbe subject care- ful and laborious study. The affirmative was supported by Cadet Lamer and McGIII aud ; the negative by Cadet a Atkinson and flatten burg. Tbe Judges, appointed after tbe debate j bad commenced aud sesled in different plsce ' In tbe audience, without consultation , voted two for the affirmative and one for the nega tive, but In their defeat tbe negative debateia have no cause lor discouragement, "lieiti r luck next time." Mlas Mar V. Gibbon, vocal teacber at ('. F. c.tben favored the audience with a beau tiful ballad, sung with exceeding sweetness an J skill. Miss Gibbons is a comparative stringer to Iexlnglou audiences, but from henceforth may be considered a firmly es tablished as one ol tbe prime favorites. The terian church. The Central Baptist of Tburadsy, Februa ry 27, save: Rev. F. W. Kason, wbo ha recently become pastor at Lexington, la greatly pleased. He wrltea: "My reception here bas been magnificent. These folks have Just overwhelmed us with klndnea and alieady ve reel at homo. The church baa been filled every time I have preached and tbe beginning ol my ministry here I moat auspicious." Services In Christ church to-morrow, 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. ui. Subject for morning, "A Wise Mother and her Example u all Moth ers." Text: ! I old, thou son of David, have mercy upon me. My daughter la grevl oualy tormented with a devil." Subiect for eveulng, "Hidden Things Belong to God. but the Things that are Revealed Belong to ua aud our children." Mother, what about your daughter! 11a it ev.T occurred tii you tbat she baa a aoul What example do vou set for ber during the week what on Sunday and ir abe finally reject God and perish forever will It affec. you The Western Watchman.a prominent Cath olic weekly Journal of St. Louis, prlnta a let ter Irom It Rome correspondent, lu which be say tbat tbe congregation of tl.e universal Inquisition bas Issued a decree sinned by Car dinal Mnntco and published lu tho official organ of tbe Velleeo abolishing ibe Lenten faat end abstinence of this year. Tbia was extended to the whole world, tbe letter eald. wherever the ordinaries abould Judge the dis pensation necessary. The reason for setting aside tbe Lenten obllgation.lt Is olalried. Is tbe D'.-evaillng Influenza which le making such ravages In all parte of Europe, and la thought to be prevalent lo tbe United States. Tbe decree. It Is said, will be quite a surprlte to Roman Cstbol c, as It I ststed to be tb first one of tbe kind ever Issued In tbe history of tbe church. ColleRe New. j BNTIIAI. tlOTSa. ' .Mifttca (irovta, OiilhiKhaiii, Clurkaoii and Mutiny vlsileil Ihair homes lull .Saturday eve- t uliiK. bill Ilka Koocl pupila as they aia. all ia j ported lor duty on Mouda) followiog. j Tlllh IM :in Mitliui- ol tile c,il!oUV Wllic.tl or- ; ctirrrd Lit Kretuy between our president ami ! one ol our !iii!Ih: ' I'upil Mr. rreaiiteut, 1 uave a letter from ! luaiua. aaylng with your periujaaiou I may ! mevt ber Saturday morning al , so as to , peu I a day or two with bar. and return Meadav ; tveniog. But. the girls aay they think you are j going to lei ua attend Ibe Open Session ol the W M, A and, llao, thai place me la quite j dilcinui. in t'ltu ae, I waul lo tee inaina, and - am Hist d viu,j. too.io Wilms, the Opeii Haeeloo. I know air. I'aesldsnl, yon will think it "funny," but than you must remain ber tboae brass bullous," uud the almost irrralatable lascinution they hav for ua gliia. PieniJeul-I have beeu thinking ol letting you girls attend lun Open Session provldsd you will promise lo keep your eyea sbul. fiipll lliat's a bsrgsiu - we will Jest looX al lheaudlai.ee, but keep our eara on Ibeuul viva j Houatonia be missed the man and It I sup-1 a to what may lie going on ou tue stage. CRIMINAL. COURT DOOKET. March Term, 1890. euoore, which waa tumultously Insisted' upon, was equally well rendered. ! Cadet Crenshaw's declamation. "College j Oil Cans," tells tbe story of more than one poor fellow who sowed too many wild oata I la bis youthful days end reaped a crop of soi row ere tbe years ot what abould have been tbe prime oi nta mannooa nad tuny com menced. Tbe tale as eloquently told by tho talented orator upon this occasion, we hope may deter all who beard blm from being similarly stranded, "Sbamus O'Brien," by Cadet Kelly, wa recited by blm In a masterly manner. Tbe nob Irish brogue rolled from bi t tongue as naturally a though a native of tb Emerald 11. aod hi gestures, enunciation and style were superb. "Tb Dlaleetlc Trlbune.-read by Its editor-ln-ahief. Cadet Horace F. Blackwell. waa full of wll-wrlttan and pointed articles, aud th reading waa dooe In a manner which few oould exoel. Some of the Joke aod conun drum were a little bard and suggestive, but ( as "boys will be boys" and no barm was In i tended, a considerable latitude should be I given la such cases. . The muslo.by tbe Burden Orchestra ,wss all FIRsT DAY MARCH 8. State vs -iallee. murder first degree. State v. Wllkerson. assault to kill; contin ued from special term held In January. ' State vs. Wood, romrmpt. j 8KCOND Day. MARCH . Stale vs. Brltton, selling liquor without license. Slate vs. Graham, selling liquor without lloense two ease. I Slate vs. , forgery third degree; party not arrested. I Matn vs. Gales, obstructing public rosde. State vs. Barker, instructing publlo roads. THIKD OA Y -MARCH 0. State vs. C'huuey. carrying concealed weap ons. State vs. NeUnu, selling liquor without license. State vs. Wheallv. selling liiiuor without license. State Vs. Fl) lit, gambling; two cases. a.... ... main Ti. , gamming; two cases; partv not at rested. rul'IOII Dr-IUK(.'H o rllnte va. Corrlgau. forgery find degree. State vs. Corrlgao.forxery third degree. State vs. Clifford, obtaining money by 1 false pretenses. Slate vs. Bui ley, adulter?; not arrested, j Stale vs. Clifford, obtaining money by Isli-e pretenses. urm IMY-.MARCO T. State va. Huerwiiu.l, selling liquor without license. St le Vs. I.add. aellliig I i(uor without lloense. City or Lexlnglun vs. Rice Auderaon peal. Htate va. Mi'Derinott, gambling; not arrest ed. Htate va. It. H. Bennult, gambling; arrea'ed. . MITM IMY-M4HCH 8. State vs. Young, murder first degree. ap not Uute vs . obtaining mouey by pretenses; not arrested, Stat ys. , obtaining goods by pretense: not errested. posed be lell from the train. A gang of sec tion men were sent out to look (or tilm but did not find blm. II be fell from the train, wblcb Is almost certain. It la a miracle lie wa not killed as it would have almost bem auicldal for a tober man lo have attempted to get off while the train wa runnluir at such a rate or speed. Later: Tbe men walked Into t lloustonia a few hours after tbe train had passed, apparently no worse off for hie Jostling np, but a little more sober. ; Knglne 201 was brought here Irom Seilalla Thursday to take the place or the wrecked switch engine. 1S9, and Weduesday it became , aeresaary to bring a boiler maker from Sedalla to repair tbe leaking fiuea of 3tl. , Mr.C. K. Kiklns waa detailed to do tbe work. ue came nere oo tbe morning passenger train and Immediately went to work. Tbe lire wa drawn from the engine and be got lo tbe dre box when the steam preaaure waa 40 pounda. While repairing the leaks one of t tbe boiler plugs blew out and tbe escaping aieam and hot water nearly cookod him be fore be oould get out ol bis dangerous : position. His ebouldere, hip, legs and (sue were terribly scalded. Tb east bound pa aenger train wa bald until he could be com- : loriably fixed up aod be was Immediately sent lo bl home In Sedalla. It Is not thought bl Injuries wi'l prove latal. I Ibe west bound passenger train ou the Pacific, No. 101, was delayed two hours some where east ot Sedalla last Monday by an ac cident to a freight train. After reaching here tbe passengers were told they could have an , hour to get breakfast it) while tbe wreck was I being oleared at Wellington, but nearly two : houra were allowed them. Tbe regular time or leaving here I 7:30 a. m. but It did not leave until after eleven. These accidents seem to have fallen oo the Pacific alt In a lump, and to tbe public It seems "danger ous to ba sale." but lu reality tbo Pacific baa been exoeedlngly lucky all tbia winter. Her trains have been delayed fewer limes, we be lieve, than during any previous year. If the management would only only give us a morn Ing train from aod an evening train to Kan as City, our peopi would call them blesstd and Iblnk tbey bad tbe beat railroad In tbe country. From the Aeuaiia Gexette's account of Ibe first annual ball given by Queen City Divi sion. No. 60. 0. R. C. In Seda la, laat Friday n gbt, we green tbe following: Tbe first annual ball of the Order of Railway Con ductora, given at lie 1'ark hotel laat night. . was an Immense ucees from eve.y polut of , view. Not ten than lour hundred people . were In attendance, aod not an nnbappy face In tbe assemblage. The spacious ball Wa well filled, yet not uncomfortably sr Tbere were excellent teatlug facilities, and ' every arrangement bad been made tor Ibe coiuiort and convenience oi tbe numerous guests. The ball waa decorated very band . somely. Uanclog commenced at 6 o'clock, , tbe grand march being led by Grand Senior Conductor B. E. Clark, of Ogden. Utah, aod : Mrs. F. L. Meade. The floor was well filled for each number, and very little confusion . occurred. Aa before noted, every one pres jent wneiner danoera or observers, was ' happy. Supper wa aerved about 11:80, the ' guests being well served with an abuudam e of tempting and substantial viands. Tbe printing waa not tbe leaal or tbe admuad leatoree. nearly every one remaiklog Its i handsome aod expensive character. Tbe programs. Invitations, tickete. menu caid. etc.. alone coat not much less than a hundred dollars. And In tbis roooectloo it la proper to say tbat to tbe energy. Judgment atd Interest of tbe various committees Is due tbe great auceess of tbe ball. No expense, labor or thought waa spared In carrying out the d 'talis, and to credit one more man another would seem an Injustice lo all. Tbere weie quite a large number of out ol town guest Mondiy tbe twitcning crew of tbe Mo. P. at tbia place, beaded by Cooduitor Chrla deoialou la muie;l aliall uot go lo , but atajr and alleud Ibe Open .Seasloo, Mbe did ami Willi tbe real of ua. euloyed lb enercisea ever ao much, each slill coniandiujt thai tier favorite soldier bore off tb palm. Now we are woiidertnit wbeilier the youug neuttawea ill ao iiuuuiiuously bonor our CVu Sasslou . Wa ahull e. Our lovely Miss r'raua Moere. wbo ba been aick lor the lui few daya, la up again aud able to resume ber place lu claaaea. I be question propnunuad on i very hand now la "Are you going to Hie Kranko conceit uaxi Monday nlgbiv" Wilbess deposeth not. w. a. a. Tar, i l.e Open Session la past aud lbs eiuXaur greatly elsled over Ibsir auocessul amuipt lo aulerialn ibelr lu.ita el nu oueaay that the mam hers of the Dialec tic society are uot bustlers and good entertainer. ledct Younger baa been unwell lor aevaral daya paat. Cadet It. Uusaell waa compelled logo to brd last Tuesday, on account ol alckneae, but he rallied and appeared upon tbe aoeua tbe nesi day, "a lull ilisllured butaliil In tba ring." VVs cauuot aay our Open besalon was a finan cial suocesa.for it waa Indeed quit the opposite. but wa do led voogileut it waa a grand auc- oo, a lu ayary oilier souse al tue word. It la needless lu say that Ibe valuable asala- lincarenOared by Misses Gibbons and Uollla tu t ie Open aeaalou. Waa duly anpraolaud by tba membera. 1 hey certainly deserve uiuon oraull for tbe manner In which they sung. A aomewbat erroneoua statement Waa made 1 1 the Kansas City Times laat Tuesday, re specting a certain "battle" tl at waa uuraorted ti bava taken place between tba cadaia and soma colored boys in tbeoity. Tba laot of the oaaa la that a cadsl waa Ineultod by a eolurad boy. and the cadet prooeeded to give the ag gressor a deserved obaaitseiueat. Tbe affair ended here. JJHN R. JORDAN, DCALXB I NOTIONS, QUEENS W Aft a.. poslotnce, Ltaingtoo, tnchltr nni goods U uaocKitlr-d, Ao UUlOtl Kow. OI'DiiSlto Mo. Hd Rock Prleea. "3a jack i or alk. have lor aal a splendid young Jack,. brie taara OKI tuia 'Prion. biacA with white pom la, One sis-i and action, and broke lor service, la in vood cou nt Inn to make a aeaeoo For lurther i shiou- lara, inquire or U. L,. MITCH. LI.. feblO 4 LeaiDKioo, Mo. CORDER LUMBER-:-YARD! I take tbia meana or thanking my many friends ol Corder an. I surrounding oountry lor Ibelr vary liberal patronaaa extended lo me during tbe seven veara nf ouatneas here. 1 aoi now re plenishing my stock lor tba Spring Trade, l r I which I am paving r.aeh, thereby taking sverv I advantage In close buying. Would aay to one I and all wnen you are in want oi BUILDING MATERIAL or anv atno LATH, SHINGLES, FENCING. &C.J please irive me a eall. Lumber id round Iota to contractors or build- rs al special prices. J. M . LI VKNOOOO. QUEEN ANNE MEAT MARKET, false ' Walk aod Knglneer Alf Long, were ordered , lo Wellington to do some work there. Al lelic though It le very aeldom dooe. local freight 1 trams are allowed to run Into atatlona a forgery third degree; not , little) ahead of time In order lo do necessary : - 1 ..l. I - ...I U - I -L. l iifiiuuiu, anu tuv awiiuu vivw were Kiveil State vs. arrested. Slate va. .Shipley and Shipley, obstructing j public road. Stale vs. .. gambling; not arrested, state vs. , forgery I bird degree; not arrested. KVg.fl B DAY-MARCH 10. State va. Endly.asaauil lo kill. from a ve-v pleasant Visit or Bv weeks la that could be desired, notwithstanding the Ktnsas City. fct ibat th performer were so crowded fur Mr. Cba. Eton. of Fayette, wbo ba been room that tbey labored under great dlsad- vantage. visiting friends and relatives here, returned borne Monday. Miae Nona Endley, ol Hlgglnsvllle, has bu tbe guest ol tbe Misses Marshall, near tbl city, this week. M-srs, Ernest MoCaualand .nd Evan Tomg will return from their eastern pur- using trip to-nlgbt. Mb Minnie Drysdale returned Tburadsy nuht from an eiteoded visit to relatives in Medicine Lodge, Eas. Mr. M. Chapman, wbo ba been suffering rarely tble week from relapse of la grippe, la .ole to be about again. Mi Minnl Winkler left last Tbursdsy for j proved themselves to be) went Into the Ec-i sior Spring, whrshe will remain for'giliery or the church during services and nine week for ber health- I one of them for so mo reason, perhaps un m ssi-. u. u, ns.u suu iw can, ui ivsu-1 anown even to nimseif, broke a plank in a City, visited friend aod relatives In lb twain, wblcb made a loud report, and tbia city tbo first part or tbls week. Miss Kudora Dickson, of E. A. 8. aecoa panled by Mrs. Leoora Wiseman, left l ues day nlgbt for a visit to tbe borne of tbe lormer, near Waverly. Mr. W. M. N.Oreeo, or this clly, celebrated his own atid Washington's birthday by rating dinner with hl grand daughter, Mr. Joseph Mirtln, n Pet Trail, In Kansas City, Satur day. Miss J ill Winaor, wbo ba been vlsltlt g in St. l.oula for some time past, and Misses K. telle aod Mazle McQrew, wbo have been oendine Ibe fall and winter In St. Louis and Nasbvlllo, Teon.,ar expejled borne lo-nlgbt. W. I. Howell baa tired of New York a plnee for living. He has returned to Comoioo wealth avenue, Boston, where be wlii reside permanently. He think the literary and artl'dlc feelings are more In Ibe air In Boston loan in New York. In tbe in a! tar of locatiou Mr. UowellN la not without a varied exptrl ence. He ba lived lu tbe country. In vil lage, in tbe medium sited town, In Boston gad New Y rk. aud has lived "at borne aud abroad.'' Ily Ibis time bis feeling ought to be somowhHt eosuiopolltso. The Post-Ulspatch says Congressman Ken dall after twenty-eight years of public ser vile Is without the meana lo retire In com foil. Houi'i wealthy men are quietly making provision lor bl family should be be forced to quit work bv llluess, ant) tbus recngnlxe and reward personally ibe commanding 'oerlt of the man. It doss eaem aa If aometblng were out of Joint when a man by reaaon of bis faith ful aervloe to the people, and bis honesty, should be dependent on the peraoual kindness nf friend In bl old age and ill-health. What a eplendid record It I for e man and what a SMtrast to Brice, Sherman. Blame and taer. Taken all together, we tblok the universal verdict of those present was that tbo enter tainment was first-clan and tbat all tbe ex ercises reflected credit upon tb Institution wblcb I equally tbe pride of our oltlxeos as ot tb studsots themselves. A liberal advertiser Is always a liberal dealer. A great deal of Indignation was felt and expressed by tbe congregation tbst assem bled at the First Baptist church Sunday nigh. gWveral young ttimn, (as tbey afterward j caused all of ibem to rush pell mell down tbe talrs. Tbe names of all implicated were obtained aod It was a matter of serious dls- cUiS on with tae church member as to what to do about It, but tbls question waa settled conclusively aod satisfactorily by all tbe gen- glmen Implicated In a straightforward, manly manner, and unsolicited, going before Ibe mrmber assembled al prayer meeting Wednesday night and making a public apology for their action. A tho kind pastor of the church said In u.i. "While we cannot but condemn their action in Ibe first. neither ean we but commend tbelr actions In fie secoud thing " We fell sure Ibnt young gen:i-iuen would under no considera tion repeat the act. but :here is "heaps of room for Improvement" among a lot of other boys who assemble around first one chinch door and then another every Sunday night or . ...... . ...... . o nu, a ynj uriiiuam-e anu a stale law In regard to such matter aud it should be rigidly enforced, let the hammer strike where it may. D mocratlo wounty Committee. The members of the Democratic County Committee are requested lo meet at olltee of Chairman, In illy of Lexington, on Saturday. Marob 8, 1S80, at l o'clock p, m. A full al tendance la specially requested. JOHN . lil.t.KWELL. Attest: rbalriuaii. X. Kri.AND, Mac. Democratic comity papers coi v order lo look out for th east bound loeal. : number IBS, In charee of Conductor Frank Mount and Engineer Jos. Frlck. As It bap pened, on tble particular morning tbe freight i train wa a little ahead of time and the orew wa doing om switching In front of th i Wellington mill when tbe switch engine ' pulled In. Just before rounding a curve near i tbe mill a eow got on tba track and Engineer l Long In trying to alow down lo keep from Kditok iMTKLLlOBNCCa:-! notice oard eflklok her. broke tbe tender brake or bia from "Tax Paver" wbo b probed tbe cor- engine and Immedlatly set to work to repair ners of tbe county ard report that j. B. I U letting bis engine run on toward Welling- Sjntrayer has made a good aod efficient ton. never dreaming tbat tbe freight trslu assessor. Thus fur I agree with blm and no '. odT few yards In front of blm. W ben farther will I go. I like Mr. Saclmyer sad hi attention wa called to tbe danger ol strlk- I0?.Mr!i '.h7bw, undertake ; log tbl train be Immediately opened bia sand : -a, 21. liv M. tl, . County Cffioera. think bo la too good t democrat to to revive what tbe majority ot tbls county bas put Its foot on effectually, tbat la third termlam. Now If Mr. Santmyer want to put bis loot in ll. wb'ch be will do If be becomes a oandldate for a third term, or any otktr ww n w bo has served two or more terms in any county office, they will have the bene fit of tbelr experience for tbclr trouble. If 'Tax Paver" will look over tbe returns . t tbe last election be will see wbero Ibe demo- ..lu.. .nnll.J ,h. ... , , . . Mr. Long said, old 189 seemed to run faster after all tbl waa done Iban she ever before, and a collision followed. Tbe pilots were broken from each engine and both pair of pony trucks ol each engine knocked clear out from under tbem. A flu car which wa being switched was completely demolished nd a (took oar was pretty badly used up. Tb engineer and fireman of the freight train cratlc majority lell short, and one or more ot nd all those on the switch engine, excepting Mr. Long and Fir.-man Geo. Qowana, srw tbe danger In time to Jump and consequently no one wa hurt except theao two latter named gentlemen. Mr. Long was badly strained In hie left side and one of hi shoulder was slightly bruised, but be I able to get around and Is by no mems a dead or very seriously injured man. Mr. Oowana was only slightly braised end waa able to sn to work tba next morning. The cut Ire damage. Including tbe rost of cleaning up ii wreck, can be easily covered by tl.UOi. those bo seemed lo think tbey bad a cla m to the office by lis long posesslon came veiy near beleg kit. Now, with all respect, for I certainly do respect and like ibrtn as gentle men aud officer, for tbey have been good ones aa far as I know, I do hope tbey will conclude tbat tbere are some others In tbe. couuty wbo would likely discharge tbe duties of those o dices lu a creditable manner, wbo have been tax payer for a long term. One more word, Mr. Tax Payer. If you are a good a democrat a 1 take you lo be, don't urge any one for alhlrd term iu Ibis comity just uow, but let ua get ready to give Cleveland a second term. MosnhaCK KlIITOIt IN'I KLLKiKNr'KIt : I uoiice in your 'aal i-sue a card In relation to our county a seMir. .1. II. Sammver, written by Tax Payer." While we agree with Mr, Tax Payer that Mr. Manlmynr baa made a good aasessor, we sl-o i-laliu we have had jusl a good. Ami now, air, we are opposed to this third term business. We have aome county nlKcer at preseut who have been In lor lxtecn year. it not iltmueratic jn tin-;-lil' Let us have loiiiuie of office. Mr. Tax Payer thinks we have good eiiongb timber in tbe shop. We think we have tust as good vet in the limber where that grew. Let us try some of the young timber, young demo cracy. DKM.M'ii.tv PubUc Speaking. seA JL Coming! Coming, and will bn here aoon, not tbe largest consolidation ol abowi, under ous tenl. but Ibe greatest cougrrgatlon of BARGAINS! ever exhibited under one root. Our buyer are now In tbe etat. availiug IbemselvM of every advantage ibat ready i-ah will pro duce upon tbe market. Bt closely watching tbe sale, aud beiog wlde awake and radv lo profit by any pedal drives tbat may be eflered for caab, we feel vale in promising upon ibeir return, an array ol BARGAINS SELDOM EQUALLED AND. NEVER BEATEN I By a careful atudy of the style In (be east, being ever upon ibe alert io note tbe NEW AND NOVEL. and gleaning tbe rarest and Ibe choicest wherever tbey may bn loniid, we are morally certain tbat wbatever I worth baving of tbl season's production, we will be able to abow you. . Can you afford to make any part ol your epilog purchases before aeeing what we have to offer t P. S We bave inirujueed tbe peuny change Bring us your coppers. I L Holiday Goods at Cost ! Wc offer Stock, iHB ALTAi. CHOICE CUTS A CHALLANGE. NEATNESS A SPECIALTY. THE DAISY MEAT MARKET OF THE TOWN. I carry a large stock of OKOCERIE8 Wbicb 1 sell AT BED ROCK PRICES. I PI-EASE THEM ALL. CITE ME A CALL. lac7m3 R. I.KK. rrltsc. TO HOLDERS OF TOWNSHIP BUND OF LA FAYETTE COl'NTV, MIS SOURI. Ornoa or Jamcs I. Iillhd. Tbe. umsh tir Lavayettb County, Lbxino tom. Ma., February U. 190. OT1CE Is hereby given Ibat bonds nansbtr- 16, 18, 17. 1. 18, M, il. X. SO. II. of denomina tions of 1U0 eacb, all bearing dste November Utb, 186i. anil inoutit by ibe conntvor Lalay rlte, stale ut Missouri, n brbalf ol iavla loMi- AA ! stiiu: bonds numberi''! I, 3. I. 4, S. . 7. S. . .Nuvniiurr Hltl. I9t. ami Issued bv lbs oounlv of La ayette, stale ol Missnur , In nebslfnrSni- saBur townihibmita numbered at, S3, IU, IIS, 114.115. lie. 117, IIS, UK, 11. li ol d.nuuilna- none of lis) eae.u, all bearing a'. Nov. 14lb. I lettiS aui l-u J liy ihr r.ouuiy of LaMyelt. Hat ol Mlrauuri. In b.hailor Midilleioo towaablpi b o.is number tt. 7. a. V, lu II. W, 18, 14. IA of di nomin iliou of Vluu rarh, all tisnsf dale I .ov'iui'tr i.n, ises. ami issuci Dy tu uouniy of Lniayrile. aiaie ol Missouri, lo behull ol rrte l'.iiu townstini: botula number 10. II 1 18. 112,28 ol d"no:i,.olioo of St. 000 ron, and Donii. uiiinixr a, v, iu, ii. is. is.it. i . 10. I? of deuoiuiiiations ol 1W tacb, all bearing I Half NoVfiuinr 14'ii, laM, and Issued by the County ol l.Blaieitr, Mute ol Missouri. la bebalf ol l.riiiiKion low iifinn; bona number 8 of ! iiumiiiMiiou ol 1 ouu. ana bouda nuiuuer 1. . 3. 4 8. a. 7, a. a. lu oi drnomina'loo ot tool an", ad bearing d.ile November 141b, 188X, and is ui'U uy ilia cnuniy oi Laiayeue, alaia ol MU- "oiirl. in hrlmli l W anhingtou (ownabip. All ot said bonds b.tve 7-eeu iit-nlarrd due by the county court ol eulil oounly and eubjeol to re (Ifintiou. and tbat said bonds will be redeemed on Ills- Uib day ol March, IS', altar whicb ilal. the uilvifi't will cvaae, ant lor Ibat purpoa. I may ua iirarnieu ai ine omoe ol county lies sorer oi earn county lor pavmrnt in rasn. J. K UILLAK(. f-l'i I flimiy Treasurer. our entire Holiday consisting of Manicure and Dressing Cases, Perfume Cases, Jewel Boxes, and Collar and Cuff Boxes, and a great many otiier things to numerous to mention. Wt ii:iv; them all disnlaved on our front nl t mv- tnein all dis it will pay you to come a be offered vou counter, and see them, as they will positiyely COST N !") IN SON4E INSTANCES FOR LESS. Wo. 1119 FRANKLIN AVENUE. O. LOOMIS. -caaxaa ia - Married Id Wellington, Keltruarv It). I.v Rev. A. A. Moore. Mr. W. C. I.AKKIt K aixl Miss MARY K. MASTKRSON. In Odessa. February IIS. hv ;ev. J. V. Mitehell. Mr. ALFRED BISHOP ami Miss ANNA FOS. At the Baptist ehureh. Columbia. Mo.. February Mth. Mr WHITNF.Y I, AYR A N, of St. Iotua. and Miss IDA. R. YKAMAN daughter of Rey. W. Pope Yeaiiiao. TH K DgADI.r. Born lu Higglnaville. February I::, lo llie wife of Mr. Ed. Level a boy. In fligelnaville. February l.i, lo lht wife of Thna. Selioollnp a l.oy. - In Mayvlew. Febtiarv '21, In Die vlle of Ml-. V. K. Lary a boy. TBE TOMB. Hew bats lust rtoalved. Call and fe litem. Buford A. Cblon, I silnioi). Mo, mi'i Buy your boots .ml slmes and bale, of llu trd A. C'blim. Tbe best plai-e lu the city to tt.l.Ualu street .iolle tuurt bull. Mai a Hon. W. K. C'oleiuun, state stiirluteudeut af iiiiIjIIc srhools.will speuL at the rourtlious III Lelugtou on Tlmr-iluv tuglit, Marrb Ab. and at ll'gglusvii . rrulsv, March VI b. Turn .utand hear Ii .. j Died At the residence ol her lamer, .'m tbia i-Uv. Keirnarv a. of consuuiiitlou. Mi., SII8IK THOTTKll, aged 36 years. At Osrrnlllnn. Fehruarv 22 nf whoo'i. Ing oough. daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. . K. Ii.'ralg. aired 3 months. The rriunlna were urougni uere lor iiiieruieni. n. k. ki'pekhoiv, . ICCJII ITECT ANU BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT, BUIldiR OF CENTRAL FEMAU COUEBE, fTIIUUli'. ANT MLI l UUAN VILLAS A I V si-HMALTY . I'laus ir Cburcbaa lurnlsU. e I ai nan rulua, iKlinu No. oi Mnin Lexington, Ml. saun. 'laotHvl BOOKS & STATIONERY Subicriptioiu S c ind f jr all News paper and Periodicals. I have the agency for two thous and leading American, and five hun dred British, German, French and Russian Periodicals, any ot which I can furnish to single subscribers at any time in the year at a low rate. Apply t pe for terms on ny periodicals you wish. MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE the POSTOFF1CE Iotico. We wish lo tiif.i.'W sibojl dlreetors aud others Interested, ilm. we have agulo inanu fa'lurtd a lot u( our celebrated School DesUs, wbltn w will sell at very law tirk-es. R lcllully, H V initlkk FuHMIl'tkc CO, II Will pay vou to read Royle's add. 11. f All mall orders promptly attr.oJ n,. It A. binn. ryij Read Royhi Sou's new a.ld iu Ibis paper. Vhey mean tu'ops-. 1Sf Koyle So uw a,'d a straight rfoohi. K.al t aod ssa (or oi.t-slr jj8lt ' FARMERS. ATTENTION I CUSTOM MADK BOOTS SHOES . ror MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN FALL & WINTER. cheap ran cash I Have Just Received a Fresh and Com plete Line of HOMIPATHIC-:-FAMILY-:-MEDICINES. (Presorlptions of Kinds Carefully Compounded at all Hours. LEROT FARMER, OOSEWISCH'S OLD STAND ItOTICfc.. . f AM bow prauared lo lorn ally roatrart I it all I. Ibaarv. WU relis t rQis iraru lour nar dno , u ett.v in D. STALLIMG'S. SSx 'pwobovs o Lara i-arlaf a saaklag. Uaioi tg I .'nir..t ilusi It well rac.uiaaiia.d. I. i-i It. KHHaKLI 3 "Mi- - - i I' i