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The intelligencer. [volume] (Lexington, Mo.) 1887-1891, April 19, 1890, Image 3

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SHORTS.
Doo't too
forgot It.
Itoylo's dress roocIh
ala Monday.
A rare chance,
HoaUy.
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Rovle's drCMS goods Hale
It
Dia good sale. Don't forget it. ttend
our ad. M. F. Boyle Sod. .it
W bafe made arrangements whereby we
eaa furnish Webster's ITnubrldiied Dlct'on
ary to subscribers of the Intelligencer for
Only 93 00.
Uraud, great and glorious. Rnyle's dress
good atle Monday. It
Tbe biggest vet. Royle'a drena goodM sule
Monday. It
K you want number one hams, shoulders
and bacon, try Bour A Son's own country
cured . They are line. m22tr
A Bargain day. Kovlo's dress good aale
Monday. H
splendid opportunity, ftoyle'a dren
good sale Monday. It
Call al WnvK. Trigg's and see the hunt!
eoiae pamlitiK of "Ctarlxt before Pilate,"
riven away wlib tbe celebrated Bell's Bu.(Tulo
Man. apriut3
Bead Ahrena' special ad this morning.
Several communication are unavoidably
crowded out thla week.
Mr, C A- Scbull, at Odeesa, baa aeveral
good farm nulea for aale,
Atteulicn la called to tbe public aale of Mr.
A. B. Maithewa In another coin nn.
A One stallion beleuglng to Mr. C. N.
Buford, of Waverly. died one dy
- AH partlea having subscribed to the cer.
etery plank walk fund will please call and
pay subscription, aa tbe amount needed has
been subscribed and work commenced. J.
W. Uoqjer.
Kerosene oil la said to work woudera In the
ure of diphtheria, l la used as a garitie.tbe
patient being also allowed to swallow a Utile.
It la Tory simple, safe, chaap, and alwaya at
band., Try It.
, Mr, Joel Hickman sold an Rngllsh Mastiff
dog to tbe Indian medicine show In tbis city,
tbe otber day, (or i5. To this amount be
added enough to purchase blm a One, new
buggy from Mr. J. II. Senden.
Mr. J. H. Senden baa laid upon our desk a
eatly printed. Illustrated catalogue of car-
rlagti, bungles, pbaelous, spring wagons
ate., carried In stock by blm. The vehicles
, Illustrated are all neat ones.
" Mrs. Klliabolh Loom is. widow of Capla'r
Albert Looml. tbla week received 13.000 H'e
InaursDce from the A. O. V. W that being
the amount paid by tbis benevolent order to
the lecal representatives of each of Its dereai'
ed members.
Tbe dwelling bouse belonging to Mr. P
C. Patterson, on Tenth street, lust north of
Long's botel,caugbl Are during the very hlxh
Wind last Friday evening at aboul 0 o'clock,
but tbe flsmaa were extinguished before any
very great amount of damage was done. The
origin of tbe Ore la unknown.
A large crowd of Jolly young Indies and
gentlemen proceeded to the residence of Mr
W. Z. Hiikmsn, three miles south of this
Itv. last Friday night, and "surprised" bis
daughter, Miss Cora. Tbe II. O. M. M. or
chestra aeoompaoled the crowd and an e.
client time waa bad. Light refreshments
Wre served.
Tbe delivery horse belonging to Mr. David
Lyons waa being driven down College street
last Monday by Mr. Ben Hamlett, wlieu It
became scared at a kite, which some twvi
were dying, and ran away. Beu was thrown
out and the wagon passed over blm bruising
blm considerably. Tbe borsc stopped near
the residence of Mr. D. W. B. TevK ami by
(be time be bad reached there tbe wagon
Was a complete wreck- By some unknown
means tbe horse cut one of bis bind hoofs
Marly off during tbe runaway.
Mr. pd Kruse, tbe bustling dealer in grl
ctiltural Implements, at niyginsvllle. was In
tbe city Wednesday. Mr. Kruse Is nl way
alive to the Interest of the Isrroers and con
stantly otrbe look out for and add to his
'ateek Im best Implements tbat can be bought.
He desi In farm wagons, road carta, spring
wagona, corn stalk cutters, buggies, plows,
cultivator, baying tools, rakes, teddera Me
Cormlck New Steel Binders and mower,
Belleville Threshers, binder twines, machine
" olle, clover and timothy seeds, etc. When
Votlqg anything lu )l line eall upon or
write to blm.
4t a meeting of tbe board of trustees of tbe
Baptist Female College, or tbla city, beld
Monday evening of last week, a call wu ex
tended lo Prof. U. K. Biuford, now at War
traot, Teon., to take tbe pre sidency or the
college at Ibis place. Tbe call baa been ac
eerted nd Prof. Blnlord will be present at a
meting or tbe trustee neat Monaay, when
contract will be drawn up and tbe prelim
orles for tbe uoinmencement,of a vigorous
eaitnpalgn to secure pupils arranged. Prol
Hiuford la graduate or tbe Universitv ol
TJt'trglnia and eomea bere highly reuomirended
an educator. All our schools now "seem to
be In good bamls and there It no reason why
nest year will not be tbe most prosperous
one any of tnem baa ever passed through.
Tbe republicans In the four different
wards of tbis eliy met In as many places last
Monday nlgbt and selected delegites to a
? invention which was beld at tbe courthouse
uesdey night for the purpose 61 nominating
a straight republican ticket to be placed be
fore tbe people at tbe j one- elec.lon. Tbe
delegates selected met at tbe oourt bouse
Tuesday nlgbt. Ilobt. Tauliman was elected
chairman, and Jo. W. Homer was appointed
eergeaot-at-eruis to clear tbe roo a of all
persons wbo were not able lo present tbe
proper credentials as delegates. Then with
closed doors tbey nominated the following
ticket; Mayor, J no. We'born; marsball and
collector, Milt Crowderi register and treas
urer, ?, Beld Morelandj attorney 11. O.
Ptietsldg; 'engineer and eg-offlclo street
commissioner, Smith lieuedlvt; recorder.
Cbae. M, Reel. Warl meetlns are soon lo
us) beld to 'nominate a nisu from each ward
for councilman. Tbe uufalr tnesn resorted
to la orijef lo nouilnsle Ilia shove named
ticket are denounced In tbe broadest terms
jjyVla'rg'e nVajurlly of the members of tie
'ipublicao party, (tie negroes (wbo weie
Iredoutj and a number of I be delegatis
( wbo were Inalde u J able lo judge by per
aooal observation what trickery was belug
reaorUd to) being tbe principal kickers. We
feel safe In saying there will not b a man
eo tbe ticket elected, although the eity is
Biohat)7 republican by a small minority.
Qur lipltetifape tbis week forbid us giv
ing full account of wbal was done and v
eral extracts from tbe Register newspaper.
Tbey will do to Keep, however.
Waverly: Sunday and Monday were quite
cool for tbla time or tbe year. Married, In
title city. April 13, at tbe residence of the
Gride! father, Mr! W. B. M.ller and Miss
Mattle BrldgeWater. Bey. Powell officiating.
Both, parties are well Ifoown and universally
respected In this city, and we wish f r them
unbounded prosperity and life-long happi
ness, lfn. C. N. Buford vlsiled in Leiintr
too tbe past week. Mr. G. M. Bkkford and
daughter. Miss Nellie, visited In Lexington
Thursday. Mr. Uenry Burnett was In Kan-
City Monday, on buslnea. Messrs. K. V.
EAbnett and W. r. resry, or uigginsrme.
were In tbis city 8 unlay visiting tbelr besl
tt. Mri- Q- V- Bicfcfonl left far Kansas
;ity Monday morplng. Mr, Louis limit
pent Sunday la tbi city. Mr. Wm I' liege r,
Of Qrnd. ri WM ,u tul olt' Sunday
calling. Mlsa Dora Asher arrived borne
from Ladonla. rrlday morning. Mm Dora
la in very poor bealtb and we hope for ber
... u i ..... I a fti-. I..
kadv recovery. Ml miuuib waiwn is on
tbe sick list! Mhwe Aihefand Tlce were In
Lexington. Wednesday, on business. Mits
Maggie Weinman loft Thursday morning for
BU LduIk, fo Vl" he' Protht-r. Mr, K. V.
towards was in Lexington Friday. Mr, C,
H. Buford was lp Lex'ogtoP Friday on bus
inesM, Mr. Nice SMI w III lbl ni;y, Tues
day light, oalllng. Mr, EJ. Van Anglen wis
0 iblt Dili Saturday. Mr. William Bray
nod Mr. Annie Holtxclaw were Joined lo
tbe bo:; "joods of matrimony Monday even
ng, B. Powell onlcltln. We wish lot
-Wini every bapplueai and unbounded pros
uorlty. ' ' '
Contemplated Improvements.
Our new 15,000 high school will most
likely be completed iu time for occupancy at
at tbe beginning of I lie next term of school.
Tbe locatiou or tuu 10,000 colored school
building, which la soou to be erected. I, a
matter which creates considerable dixcuMMtin.
Tbe new 15.000 residence or Mr. Kobl.
Talibinun will be one of tbe mauy line buil.l
ings to which Loxlngtoniaos mnv soon point
with pride.
Lexingtoniaos, It is conlidently believed
will, within eighteen mouths from Umic t.
able to point with pride to ut least IOO,OUO
worth of new and sub.liintlul buildlnge.
Mr. A. Blitz hs gone to work upon the
plaus for tbe 17 00 J addition to Wentworlli
Male Academy. An outline of them will be
given as soon as the work ha proceeded fur
enough to admit of our geltiug a clear iusigbl
to them.
The city council will, most likely, at the
pedal meeting to be held Monday night, or
der a vote lek-'n upon the question 'f IsNuinu
920,000bouds for the purpuse or building new
city bsll.aud II this proposition carries It will
be 145,000 worth of public buildings, Instead
of li'i.OOO which Leington will possess In
less than one yoar,
Tbe plans tor the toO.OOO addition to Cen
tral Female College, mentioned by us lat
week as having been commenced upon by
tir. A. Blitz, are nearly completed, near
enough to permit Me to gain an Insight of wlml
It is proposed to do: The addition is to be
built on the west side of tbe present building
and will be of the same height as the old on?
and shaped to conform som.cwl.ttt to the at
present pretty front. The two buildings are
to be Joined by large tower, in which will
be tne main entrance to both, and through
this will be a larve ball, nine feet wide am1,
running tbe entire width of bo',b buildings.
IQ0 feel frqiu est to west. Iu ibe rear of the
tower, between tbe old and new buildings
will be an open court measuring fiOztiO reel.
Tbe entire old building with the exception p
the parlors, which will still be used as such,
will be fitted PP as roomlug apartments,
Tbe front of the new building will contain
three rooms, one, a parlor, 80x17, one 10x1k,
and the third the president's studv.lOxlO feel,
and In the rear of tie main entrance will be
three rooms for tbe use of the president's
family. Tbe addition will also ,contalu a
ebapel large enough to seat 230 pupils, which
Is separated frnpt an auditorium by a rolliug
partition ul.lih when lifted will make a
rn ni for entertainments, etc., capable of
sealii g 060 persons. This latter room is
supplied with a rostrum, or stage, which is
40 feet lv !5 leet. In the rear of tbis room
are lit practice room. 10x4 leet, for the uso
ofmutie pupils. Tbe front of the basement
of I lie building will be partitioned off into a
large recreittlou room, a large diulng-rooin,
a kitchen and a laundry. The third story
will be titled up for sleeping room and a
library. The present steam betting system
will be carried iuto the new building, and
ga and water will be upon every floor.
Last week we were shown, among otber
plans mrntioned in our last Issue, tbe plaus
for an opera bouse which It I proposed to
build on the property owned by the heir of
Mr. Wm. Smilb, on Franklin Avenue, be
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, a
I Ksatlon exactly in the center of Ibe cltv. and
In tbe very heart of tne resident portion,
from whence comes the patronage of an
opera bouse; people do not go from their
bualneas bouses to attend an opera hut from
tbelr home. It Is an exceptionally quiet
part of tbe city and far removed from all dis
agreeable surroundings. The plans were
drawu Mr. Albert Blitz, an outline of which
we will give: It is nroppged that tbe build
ing shall bp built ol brick and alone and have
a fiontage of 76 feet and extend back 140
feet. The front of the building will contain
two store rooms, one on either side of a
twenty-two foot entrance to the ball. In the
entrsnee will be two lliuhis ol stairs which
will lead to the upper gallery and to seven
rfllce rooms on the sen i d floor and eight
rooms on Hie third !! "!'. The fourth floor
ill he In the form ol a tower and will be
titled up lor au art studio. Tbe seats In
the main auditorium will be 662 in number
and be arranged in semi-circular shape. In
addition to tbis fairly large aeatlng capacity
there will be titled up six private boxes and
two galleries, large enough to make tbe total
seating capacity about 900. Around tbe au
ditorium, there will be a ball, or lobby, for
tbe use of gentlemen between acts for smok
ing and "eating peanuts." Persons entering
the Brat gallery pass through this ball and do
not disturb the persons in tbe auditorium
The stage Is to be 80 feet deep and 40 leet
wide, which will admit ol tne placing of the
reeiery of most any tbeatrical company. In
tbe case of fire there will be seven places of
exit, doors being placed at Intervals around
tbe entire building. Tbe cost of the liolld-
ng, handsomely fitted up, la estimated
at 123.900. Mr. Blitz e ready and
aoxloua to show tbe plaus to persons
feeling I bemselves Interested and will figure
It out plainly to them bow 0) per cent per
annum may be realised on I lie amount In
vested, exclusive ol tbe rent or the ball. He
baa written to Brustels, Germany, to some
moneyed men and exiects before long to hear
that a stock company has been formed in
tbat plaoe to Invest in thia bouse and otber
enterprise In Lexington. This Is what we
want: foreign capital, and if proper encour
agement la extended ' we vfjll soon have one
of tbe thriftiest cities In Missouri.
1
PnraouoilM-
Mr. Loo Tarllon spent Thursday In In
dependence,
Mr. Kd. M. Smith, of Kmsas City, spent
Sunday bere.
Misa Bertie Capps, of Waverly, was in tbe
cltv yesterday.
Mr. Horace Adsms, of Kansas City, spent
Sunday in Lexington.
Hon. J. D. Sbewalter was In tfansa City
on business Thursday,
Wm. II. Chiles, E q.. was In Jefferson Cltv
00 business Weduesdsy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O Cijiisand vlsiled Iu
Independenee yesterday.
Bt. Bey. 4. J. L'lly and, Mr. James O'Con
nors spent Tuesday In Kansas City.
Mrs. Wm. B. Sieele is visaing her sister,
M-s. Logan Cbsppel. In Mt, Leonard.
Mrs. John Welbprn spent Mouday and
Tuesday with ber slater lu Kansas Cltv.
Miss Sue Auld, of Pools vllle, Maryland. Is
Vlslllng Mr. B. H. Wilson, of near this city.
Mr. K. a. Farley and sister, Miss Dixie,
went up to Kansas Cty yesterday morning.
Cant. W. D, Bank In and Mr. Jas.(feuk
were lu Independence op business Wif.ies
dav. Mrs. Martha Grant, tn routt to her home
from a yndt In buckner, spent Sunday In tbix
city.
Mr. and Mr. Daniel Cbamhera, or Kansas
City, visited tbelr daughter, n ibis cUy, last
aunuay.
Mis Lsla Gordon, wbo has been teaching
school In Nevada, arrived borne Monday
evening.
Misses Mamie Stranicke and Kva Bolen
spent several daya of this week visiting In
Kansas City.
Key. A. T. Sharps requests bis address
changed from Titusville, Fla-, to Kansas
Cltv, Kanaaa.
Mrs. Geo. L. Leyburn, of Boonvllle, wbo
baa been visiting friends lu this city, lelt
Thursday morning. '
Mesdames G, M. Catron, Mary J. Goodsrn
and Miss Kiln Carter loft fur a week's visit to
SU Louis, Monday,
Dr. W. R. tiosewlsub, of Lo Angeles.
California, la In tbe city on a few weeks'
visit to bis mother,
Mr. James Mulligan, accompanied by his
father, went up to Kansas Lily Wednesday
to bare bis eyes operated upon.
Congressman C. Mapsur baa been in
Jefferson City ilil we' , jje associated
wltb Mr. Graves In the Toueln case.
Mrs, Alptils It y ley, wlio has been a visitor
at Mr. J. W. Basye's fur quite awhile, left for
her home, Lexington, Kv., Thursday morn
ing. Miss Mamie Bedford, of Omaha, Neb., who
has been a pleasant visitor In tbis city for
several weeks, left for her borne Mouday
morning. : 1 1
MU Dixie Payne, of Aullvllle, who ha&
TOE LEXINGTON HSTT.KLT,XG KJSTCJm, SA.TXJX137VY,
been viaiting the family of her cousin. Dr. N.
Payne, iu this city, returned homo yesterday
luoruing.
Mrs. Camper Slorandl, who lias been visit
ing the family of Mr. .Ino. Taubmuu. in tbiN
city, returned to hor home, iu Marshall,
j Tuesday evening.
I Miss Jennii; Bedford, daughter of .left' W.
Bedlord, hq., is tube married at Omaha,
! to-day. to Dr. Ulict, a prominent and suc
cessful physician.
I llou. Alexander Graves was at Jefferson
City several days this week 10 the t'obein
will case in wbl' b the Catholic church here
is ho much iulcn-'ted.
I Mrs. Lulu Puyne. who ban been visiting
IrleiulM In Independence for sometime, re
turned home, Wednesday night, accompanied
by Mrs. John Milliard.
Mrs. P. C. Patterson, who has been visit
ing In St, Louis, returned Monday uiornlnv
to look after her property which waa dam
aged hy lire last Friday.
Miss Aurelia Miller and mother ami Mrs.
Cordell, and family left Wednesday, for
ilolden, where, tbey will in the future reside.
We wish them a pleasant home.
Mr. aud Mr. John K. Burden and daugh
ter. Miss Maude, and Miss Kstelle McUrew
went up to Kansas City, yeslerd ty, the two
latter to attend a reception which was beld
in that cltv Inst night.
Mr. Chas. 1 trace, 01 rout lo Uutbrlc, Okla
homa, alter a visit to li lends in Fayette,
slopped over 10 this cllv and visited several
days this week. He proceeded ou bis home
ward ouri.oy yesterday.
Mr. K. Wmtzer and daughter. Miss
Blanche, spent Saturday aud Sunday with
friends at Baird College, Cliulon. Ou tbelr
hoinewaul trip Miss Blanche stopped over at
Sedalia for a visit uf several days.
Mrs. A. T. Sbarpe, wbo has been In this
city seyernl months, returned lo Kansas Citj,
Kas., Thursday, to which place ber husband
has again returned to reside. Sbe was ac
companied by Mrs, Kmison Chauslor. wbo
spent the day there,
ixiK ALTAR
Marrled-ln Waverly, April 13, at tho
residence or the bride's rather, by Itev.
Powell. Mr. W. li. Mll.LKB and Miss MAT
'S' IK BltlDGKWATKIt.
In Waverly, April 14. by Rev. Powell,
Mr. WILLIAM BH AY aud Mrs. ANNIK
HULTXL'LAW.
In Corder. April 10. by Rev. Father
N. G-otli. Mr. FRANK UOLTHOFF aud
Miss LOUISA 11 API' K,
In Ulgginsvllle, April 10. bv Rev. J,
S, Conner, Mr. MoCLKLLKN aud Misa
MA MM IK W K A V Kit. ol Odessa.
In this city. April 17, by G.Clayton.
J. P.. Mr. FRANCIS UKUlTKR, of Dover,
and Miss MARY J. RAY, or Hodge.
In this city, April 111. by G. Clayton,
J. P., Mr. PKl'KR ASU, or Brsniion.
Kansas, and Misa LI.Z1K S. BUPKIG.of
thia township.
In this cltv. April 10, by G. Claylon,
J. P.. Mr. AUGUST WR.KCIKN and Mis
FKKDKItKKA KM MA BLAAKK RUD
LUFF. both or HiKglnsvllle.
TMB OHAPLF.
Born In Islington township, April 15, to
the wire or Mr. Gen. Miller a girl.
-Near Greenton, April 8, lo the wire of
Mr. A. L. Garvin a boy.
At Verdsn. on the Aller, Province of
Hanover, Uermany, to tbe wife or Mr. F. G.
Bornemann, w Katie Gosewlsoh a girl
still born.
THE TOMB.
Died In Odessa, April 0, MARY, daugh
ter or Oscar and Sarali Mewbold, aged I year
and 9 months.
In this c!tv. April 17tb, or old sge and
general debility, Mr. THUS ALFORD, aged
about 70 years.
Mr. Alford had been a resident of our rity
since 1840, having removed bere from Vir
ginia In that year. For many years be was
a prominent business man, being engaged
with his brother John In making and laying
brick and were the contractor in building
our present courthouse. Hi bealtb failed
bim about tbe time of tbe breaking out of the
war In 18411 and since then he has lived a rol ir
ed life at his home.coroer of Main aud Seven
teenth street. Two sons. Robert and Joseph,
out of a family of eight children, are left to
morn bis loss. For manv years he had been
a consistent member of the Presbyterian
church and welcomed the grim destroyer
death, as a happy relief from sickness and
suffering. For 85 days immediately preced
ing his decease be bad taken no nourishment
of any kind saye a few teaspoonsful of soup.
and his tenacity of life was the wonder of
hi physlslan aud friends, "Peace be w lib
him."
At tbe Wenlwortb Male Academy
Barracks, April 1". ol inflammation or the
stomach. Cadet Sergeant WALTKR 8.
LYNCH, of Lee' Summit, aged 17 years and
11 months.
Ic attempting to portray the sorrow lelt
and expressed by tbe numerous friends of this
young man, made during his attepdanpe upop
inree sesoiona of schpjl 10 our midst, tbe
writer feel tbat be is quite unequal to the
task. Two weeks ago be was considered one
of tbe strongest and healthiest cadets In Ibe
academy, but he was taken violently ill
about ten daya before bis death, and although
the best of medical skill waa summoned to
bis aid. It was of no avail and he died Tues
day night with a number of bis friends at bis
bedside. Tuesday allernoon memorial ser
vices were beld In tbe Mhodtst cburub, at
which time Key. Wpi (;o(ib, oif Lee's
Summit, and Keys. F. TO. aaon. K. C.
Gordon and W. T. McClpre, of ths uiy,
spoke very toucblpgly to a large congrega
tion of friends of the deceased. Tears flowed
freely from tbe eyes or moat Of tbose present.
Wednesday morning the full company of
oadets escorted the remains to tbe depot, and
as the Iralu which was to bear tbelr dead
comrade to the borne of hi parents. In Lee's
Summit, pulled out a farewell salute pf eUti
guns was tired. Ma! or Sellers and Colonel
.lonea and Cadets Atklnsun, Uarrelsoq. Allen,
Gaiildiu, Russell and MoCar.n accompanied
tbe remalus to Lee' 8ummit, where Impres
sive funeral service were conducted In the
Methodist church. The entire population, pf
the city attendee! the (miera,
syDDEN PBATII.
Fort Worth, Texas, Uaxette, April .
Ls.it night at 8:i.". o'clock. Edwin Arnold
Wilson, son of city assessor and collector
Hugh T. Wilspu, wept home complaining of
a severe pain in the bead. Tbe pain soon be,
came so severe that physicians were sent lor,
but before tbey could reach bim be waa dead.
Mr. Wilson was twenty-four years old and
the able assistant of bis father In tbe dis
charge of bis ofllclal duties, a noble and
promising yuung man, taken from a happy
home and a useful life. Drs. F. p. Thomp
son and Pollcck both responded to tbe urgent
call, but too late. Dr. Thompson think the
sad death waa tbe result of rupturo ol a
blood vessel lu the braiu. Tbe deceased was
well and favorably known In the city, and the
lamlly have a wide circle of friends who sym
pathise, wltb them In tbelr loss.
OIIITUAKY.
Amongst otber business transacted the
fo'lowiug was adopted at tbe last meeting of
the Lafayette County- Jo operatlye Associa
lion held In Hlgginsyille, Wednesday, llth day
of Ap.ll, m.
In view of Ibe many vears of earnest and
efficient services ol Robt. H. Smith, lately
deceased, a member ol the board of directors
of the Lafayette County Cooperative Asso
ciation, having ever found hint laithlul and
true to duly, we feel that he deserves the
tendoreat reuollectlons of each member of
tbi board. Therefore, be it
Resolved, By ' bis board In quarterly session
assembled, ibat we tender his widow and
family our heartfelt sympathy in their Jeep
atlllclion. That a copy of these stntip'.euts be
sent to tbe widow and alsy, to tbe'cqhuty
papers fur pubricalfAn, and that a page be set
apart tor the same in our minute book.
D. G. Watkhh,
Fl.KTCU Kit G kov as.
Jamk.u K. Ulamuu,
Committee.
JACKSON CORDRR, President.
IIk.nkv D. Mil. 1.8, Jk., Hecretar-f.
pitifiJAHy.
At a regular communication of Prairie
Grange No. 4C2 tbe following was adopted:
By a dispensation of Providence we r call
d to mourn the ileutb, jjf uiir uue.ii beloved
brother. W. R. fiuuh Lie yya bu;uln R--,
pauaiiuOVk county. Vs., in -t5. and moved
to this rouuiv Willi Ins parent In t r 13- jsrlv
in lite Brother Kiufii embraced the t4ri"iin
religion and beosme a member ol tbe M. h.
ohurch Hon Hi. and as such bis walk was
meek and lowly, in bumble Imitation of Him
wbo died tbat man might live. In church
matters he bad earnest zeal wilbout bigotry,
devotion and fervor without octentution , by
bis acts and viot-'m adapting the prayer ofthe
publican ''Lord nave mercy on uie. a sinner."
As th't end drew near, the lamp of hope
urned with a lighter and more lustrous
light, and let u fondly cherish the hope that
as tbe waters of death rolled blgb above hint
and as be neared (he other short) his car
were greeted with anthems of praise from
angelic bands to the great I am anil thai ho
was welcomed Willi the plaudit, "Well done
thou good and faithful servant."
Resolved, That in the death of Brother
Kineh lids grange h;is ONt u worthy snrt
ellicient member, the church a devoted I hi l
Han and the coiiimiiully 11 noble self i-acrl-lieing
cltien.
Resolved. That the bereaved wile of Hie
deceased lias lost a kind and Hficclionatu
husband, and we, as brothers uml sisters,
extend to ber our deepest sympathy in Ibis,
ner greai nour or iilllletlun, and e further
more extend sympathy to the family of Ihe
deceased In this lie ir bereavement in baviuu
lost a kind and affectionate lather.
Resolved. Tnat our charter be draped in
mourning for thirty data.
Resolved, That a copy r these r lutions
be spread upon the record of the grange.
copy be furnished Ihe ramily of deceased and
a copy be furnished the press for publication.
Gico. W, Ma null is,
I. Y. KnwAKiM,
II. K. ('(UMIKIC.
Committee.
Rol iKi-us-Rev.
David Ilogau will preach at Kden-
view to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock.
Communion service at the usual hour at
the Presbyterian church to-inorriiwmoriiiiig.
Klder M. J, Martin will preach at the
Christian church Sunday morning mid nigliL
at tho usual hours.
The protracted meeting at Ihe Methodist
church closed Thursday night, and It is Willi
pleasure wo auuouuee the conversion of "tit
souls.
Usual services at the Baptist church to
morrow morning and night. Tbe services
will also be continued each nigbl during I ho
week.
Railroads and Railroaders.
The reflection of tho red pulnl on tho new
express wagon la the cause of the counte
nance of Otto Pirner and F.rnosl Haves
looking no unusually bright.
Assistant Claim Agent II. O. Pierce, of the
Mo. P., made Lexington hi headquarters
Monday and Tuesday. Llko ninny of the
other Mo. P. official with whom we have
become acquainted lately, he la a very pleas
ant gentleman.
Tbe crew on the Mo, P. train No. 11)7. last
Saturday evening, headed bv Conductor
Frank Mount, were the proudest mortals
wo have seen for a long time. Tho cause of
the trouble was that tbey bad been given a
newly painted and repaired caboose and by
all odda tbe beat one now being run on the
Lexington Branch or the J. C, B. A L. The
number ia Ut and passenger seeing that
number hereafter may board the train and
feel assured or every comfort.
Council Proceedings.
The cltv council met in regular session
Mon lav night. Mayor Welborn in tbe chair.
Present: Councilmen liar-), Schaefermeyer,
Walton, Waddell, Fegcrl. Simmons and
Walk; Deputy Register Wallace, Engineer
Mulligan, Attorney Price and Recorder Neel.
Minutes of the previous meeting read, ap
proved and signed.
Tbe city collector's report for month end
ing March HI, was read and ordered received
and filed. Amount collected. t'JK 37; collec
tor' commissions, t3 08; turned over to the
city treasurer, 103 29.
Deputy Treasurer Wallace reported as to
the receipts and disbursements for tbe month
ending March 31, Amount received from all
sources, 64ft 19; paid out of the several
funds, 91.070 SC. Mr, Wallace alao read a
report from bis olllce notifying tbe council
tbat several persons had made applications
for licenses and bad not paid for tho same
and that tbe collector bad turned the inattrr
over to tbe attorney for further aetiin.
Reports received and ordered Died.
Tbe report of the calaboose keeper for tbe
month of March was read, received and
ordered tiled. It shows that seven prisoners
were turned over to blm during the mouth
against whom lines were assessed to the
amount of il 10 (tt. 9i3 of which had been
paid In cash, tbe balauce being paid In work.
Mr. Wallace read a report Iroui tbe city
engineer recommending the cleaning up of
the alleys throughout tbe city, as tbey were
In a illlby condition; the repairing or pave
ments, as some of tbe 10 were In such a fix as
to be dangerous to pedestrians; the accept
ance of the offer of Mr. G. A. Irlehu to
douate the trash ami brlel, balls that would
accrue In the remodeling of tbe Laclede
hotel. If tbe city would haul it off, and tbat
the same be used in filling up tbe old public
cistern.
Tbe recommendation In the report were
adopted excepting In regard to tbe tilling of
tbe cisterns and In that particular upon
motion of Mr. Walton tbe order was amend
ed so as to read "to bp us?d in tilling washes
n streets where needed."
A communication from Mr. Jas. R. Moore
bead, proposing to the council tbat if tbey
would allow bim 83 cents per foot lor extra
floe uurblng be would pay the balance neces
sary to have tbe same put down In front of
bis property and tbat If he could get a claim
registered for tbe amount be would advance
the necessary funds.
Tbe matter wqs laid oyer for consideration
at the next regular meeting.
A petition from lex payers who own prop
erty fronting op and lu tbe neighborhood of
8evepteentb street praying that said street
be opened up ir order lhal they might have
means or lugiess and egress to and from
their property wus read by Mr. Wallace and
the same was referred to Ihe Improvement
committee and Ibe city engineer.
A communi'iatiou from a patentee of vot
ing booths, wblcb are necessary In voting
under the "A.tlslraVuu" system, was read.
As ibis city does not come under the scope or
Ibe law In that particular no action was
taken upon the communication.
Mr. Wm. F. Kerdolff, Jr.. upon, behalf of
Ibe residents of College mane, just outside
he city aud. persons residing Just luside tbe
limits, eauie before the council and addressed
hem, lu regard to Ibe opeuiug of (Cighleculh
Street, to the city limits, wlre il would be
met by ibem 10 extending the street already
flpened up lu College place. He said tbat a
considerable amount ol money would be
required to bridge the raviue between the
city and College Place, but felt safe In sayliig
tbat should the city open up their part ol the
street, which would cost comparatively noth
ing, they, (the resident ut College Place)
Willi tbp assistance of the county court,
would open the rest.
Mr. Wm. B. Bolton aeconded what Mr.
Kerdolff bad said.
Upon motion of Mr. Schaefermeyer the
matter was referred to the committee on
streets and alleys, the city attorney ami the
city engineer.
Mr. Wm. II. Stevenson, upon the part of
Fire Co. IJIo. , capie borore tbo council
and recommended the appointment of Mr.
Wm. Winkler as U.e cbler lor the unexpired
term.
Mr. Fergqson upon the p irt of residents of
the neighborhood of Twenty-third and Main
streets, asked the privilege aud some assis
tance from the city in making a walk from
Twenty-third street to the residence of t apt.
J. P. Ardlnger.
Upon motion of Mr. Simmons Ihe privilege
was granted and an order issued that the
cRy dodaC) Doveial loads of cinders,
Mr. Scbaefermeyor nominated Mr. Wm
Winkler for lire chief.
Mr. Walk nominated Mr. Wm. Gollghtly
for the same oflice.
Tbe vote was taken by bid lot yad Idr. Go
llghtly replying Uve out of the seven voles
cast the mayor declared him elected,
Mr. Kmii Ludwigs complained 10 the
council that John O'Malley had run? a false
alarm of h;re, Ua o account uf this lh
oaptaju ol f lie to. N. 1, tbHt ttm0
f'hrlbi It'tut lu.l lw...,...w. 1 i. i .
difficulty ami was lined ;that Mr. O'Malley had
been arrested and released upon bis own
reuogulxance lo appear before the recorder
for trial at a certain lime, but as yet nothing
more nan ever been beard ol the case.
Mr. Priee state-l tha; Lp um KIVi(g the
-se piopur MtJiitiuu and had ordered a war
rant issued for Mr. O'Malley.
The mayor decided that if the mli.wrs
failed to do their duty the council hid u,
power ol Impeachment I.,. I i ,,,, ,eilii,
he could not iier i,,! ,(, ,.,.,, blll, uly
right lo iutcrlere, 1 hcrefure no action was
taken.
Mr. Schaefermeyer read a petition, mimcr-011-ly
signed, ukiug lhal Ihe council
Nulimil to the voters, at I lie coiniui; June
election, the question ol issuing not lens than
tf'JIUMHI iu bonds lor the building of a city
hall.
Upon Inolion ol Mr. Waddell Ibe petition
was received and lilcil.
Mr. Walton spoke In favor of the plan.
setting fin Ih the lin t, thai as things now are
the eily I paying out laige sums annually
for rent of nllices for Ihe different ollleers
and that these nllices being xcailered over
the town made the transaction of business
very dillieull.
Mr, Sehaefel meyer also spoke in favor of
the plan anil ill cniicliiillug moved thai the
mat ter lie referreil lo a special coiiinnllee of
three to act in conjunction with the city
attorney and report at a special meeting to
be held next Monday night.
The motion carried.
Mr. .Sehaclcrmever moved thai 11 proposi
lion 10 lake l.iiio aiinuaiiv irom l lie revenue
fund and place il in I he water fund ami enlarge
Ihe fnc-pliiK dislricl also be submitted to tbo
voters at the June election.
This wus also referred to the special com
mittee anil the city attorney with instructions
to report Monday night.
The mayor appointed Councilmen Kchnef
ermeyer. Wallon.and Waddell and Attorney
Price as the special committee above referr
ed to.
Mr. Walton read the petition of Mr. Tho?.
Williams 11111I others asking lhal curbing be
placed down 011 Klevenlh street, on the east
side of the Commercial lintel. This matter
was laid over for consideration at tho next
regular meeting.
Mr. Walton read a petition from a number
of property holders asking that the gas dis
trict bu extent ed from the comer of Main
and Ninth street, south one block, to South
street; from till point one block west
to Kigbt stieel and one block east to
Tenth street. The petition was referred lo
the gas committee.
Mr. Jos. W. Homer came before the coun
cil and slated that he had been soliciting sub
scriptions for the building of the plunk walk
from South street to the cemetery aud that
as tho cost would amount to iil'i aud be bad
gotten all the subscriptions be possibly could
that ho now wished the council lo make good
their promise and subscribe the balance
necessary, 114.
Upon motion of Mr. Waddell $100 was
ordered subscribed in the name or the city,
Mr. iSebaefcrmever moved that the city
engineer be instructed to survey the ground
where the walk was to be laid ami see how
much grading would be required and tbat
the city attorney bn instructed to examine
Into Ibe question whether Ihe city owned the
grouud wbereou it was proposed to build tbe
walk. So ordered.
Mr. Walton ottered anil ordinance in
regard ti the adoption of the city ordinances
as recently revised by the attorney.
Upon motion of Mr. Schaefermeyer, tbe
ordinance was read a second lime by lis
title.
Mr. Scbacfermeyer moved that tho rules
be suspended and the ordinance be re id a
thud time aud put upon Its final passage.
Mr. Schaetertoeyer moved tbat the ordi
nance become a luw. curried.
Mr. Waltou read a report from the revision
committee In regard lo 1 he new set or ordi
nances. They complimented the work of Mr.
Price very uii'bly and declared the book the
best of its kind the cltv has ever possessed,
Mr. Walton, from the improvement rum
uiltteo.stated that Dr. Mcng wished the curb
lug in front of his re-ldencn repaired. He
also stated that the eily engineer had beeu in
correspondence for some time Willi Mrs. Dr.
Atkinson lu regard to I ho repKiringoflhe pave
ment around her property and that she had
written to bun that as soon as the city lixed
tho curbing she would lix the walk. He also
slated that two of the old public cisterns on
Ninth street were in a daugcrnu condition
and recommended that tbe dirt which I
always being hauled from oil Ibe streets be
used by the engineer In lilMiig I hem up. Ho
made a motion covering the above 1 o'nls aud
it was curried.
Mr. Fegcrl moved that the curbing In front
of the residence of Mr. Henry Winkler be
repaired as that gentleman wished to lix up
tbe pavement. Carried.
Mr. Fegert read tbu Ind of claims that had
been previously uudilcd and numbered.
Claims ordered registered as read.
Mr. Fegert read list of claims to bo audited.
Claims ordered audited,
Mr, Fegcrl read list of claims to be allowed
and paid. Claims ordered paid iu Ihe order
named and the tuuyor ordered lo draw his
warrant tor the amount.
Mr. Waddell. from the gas committee, re
ported favorably and the gas bill for March
was ordered paid.
Mr. Waltou, from the water committee,
slated that Mr. Abendroth was complaining of
people In the second ward carrying walrr
rrom the public trough and wished tliecoypeH
to Issue an order prohibiting t, o actmu
was liken.
Mr. Hare read a communication from Mrs.
Mary Mulhareu praying lint her taxe
abated.
ner ease was referred to tbo finance com
mittee.
Mr. Price, acting under instruction pre
viously issued to him. reported thai hj bad
considered the matter in regard to the city
taking possession ol the (Joose pond properly
and said that as the grouud In question was
out or tbo Hue of any street tbe city would
have lo purchase the property in order to do
any work upon it.
Mr. Walk said that as the Mo. P. 11. R. had
lono their part ii iking a good crossing at
the old depot the city should live up to their
contract aud place some roi k there. Rock
ordered placed,
Mr. Schaefcruicver moved that the city
euglneer and improvement committee be
Instructed lo And out how much ofthe I Joose
Pond property was needed by the city to
make contemplated improvement aud mako
arrangements for Ihe purchase of tbe same.
Carried,
Mr. Slmiubiis moved lhal part or the
llnrnso money paid in by Mr. Carlisle, who
had been ruuning a butcher Khop but, bad
sold out, be refunded. Curried.
Mr. Waddell uioved tbat Mr. Andy Llew-
ellyn be granted a like abatement. So order
ed. Mr. Walk stated that Mrs. Dr. P. Temple
wished 'he city to repair the street in front
or her property ou Seventeenth street. Mat
ter referred to engineer and Improvement
committee.
Mr. Walton moved that Mr. Wui. (Ireer be
allowed tbe privUogo of opening up Fiflb
street to the railroad track. Matter referred
to committee on streets and alleys.
Mr. Walton moved that Mr. Kd Meyer be
granted pilvilcguof erecting an awning with
Iron posts and corrugated iron roof in front
of bis business properly, 011 Main street.
Granted.
Mayor Muled that several special police
men had been appointed by bim some time
ago aud that his actiou had ueyer Uteu cou-
lirmed. His a;.tku was continued aud
Julius ordered registered in favor of the
men so appointed.
The mayor bad appointed Wm. Winkler
to act as lire chief during the mouth of
March and his action was conlirined.
Mayor appointed Jesse W. ilaiulett cala
boose keeper fi.- toe ensuing month.
The ordinance committee was instructed lo
look into the matter of securing voting places
and lepoilat the speriul lilei liu tu he held
Mondiiv niiiht.
( ouuoil ad ton rued.
Spring Opening of Jino, Stylish
MiUutory.
Tim very
Itonncts im
latest
luslve
designs of Patterns Hats.
Selected personally.
invito 11. v menus 10 ine inspection er 1111
stock, including a v;in-I u -ui I went ol Mil-
linery Novlt es : p'ciliinv,
si !'' N. P. A 1tN01.11,
aprftlf No. l.U Main St.
Not too.
Wo wi ll l.) inlii'-iu s, liool directors and
olhiis lnl.resli'il. lhal we n:,ve again inanii-Itieliir-d
a I01 ol 0111 celebrated School Desks
Willi 11 we will sell al very low prices. Ru.'
Ofclllllly, aStl Wl:M K.I'.r'DHNIIUUK C(J.
FOR tic aim:.
210
'"'"II "I lailil III K:ill-.i.. is
iiiIIi h hum mil
water on hind, 111 jnml neiKlilMirliooil,
nciinilirred Willi slllsi; time :i years.
....... n 1 ., r rem will irade lor house 10
il lol
n "l" lase eilf'iiinlH'red propr-rlv ut lull
I""'- me.listll W. II I AIM l,U
Filll I. a-''
A
No. I blue Kr:,hH puKttne enntiiiiiiiiK
IHO ae.res. hiiiihi.-.i .... 'i.. 1 ...1
ssinre is well lenenl slid nnpph
"1 "."'! K 1 rl""""g water and can h
,,., , purlin's 11 desired Kur ih
. nii,,iy i AI.HKI'T ti YIIIINi;
aprlHU Ailiu'r "' W Voim-. .IitwI
PiI.Y ! !
keep lor service diii'inir llm
I r at'tii
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.. .....e-m,,,,,, , xlI,n ,;U1.
us roa.l.tu lll I.. Ii,ni,rr luare In I. ml.
partnl Willi 1 """'''"""I or mar.
""J'"'" l,l'k I'-rc.hcron si m. It
h . 111 ' 18 '" hlKli.welKhM I.MS iind.
reed r Ml1"'" a,,Mo" Hl"' " m"v
t.Y.!".?1''"' ?t""'' t same place mid on miii.i.
urnis. their line young Crown Prince Ijck,
TIPPECANOE ! I
csc.ripiion unit lvdiKrre: lilacs.
n unit I'rdiKi're: lllac.k,
points, if, nnmtx Innli. tTVs
iher 31. pu-ti. S(le, ,y HIQ
I llceclier; Inl iliun llcli r, JLai
limli'il Octot
Henry Ward
..: "ws; Zllil Hum Nellie lirey. Or 1.
" .1101111011 Henry Wiii-.I llvec.hel- wus lied
liyt lowil I'rilic.u llic Mrcoml. nml Inn ,l,n l.v
1.1 i.,.l' r V ,"Bck uwk ''y I'udley Tril.lile's
Hluck Hawk. Im liv .Inn ln..r v.. in..
I'rey, liiipiM-.amic's urum! duui wan nln.i the
Hutu or !aisy, who piodlli-cil .l,, Itluc.koiirn
""'J "rignolla, who sold lor :.(Ni cacti al Levi
llulililc'H sale, in Lincoln enmity, Kenliickv.
November ft, laail. Oown Prince Ih.- M.eon.i
was by uiiHirleil Crown l'i ine.r.lrom Catalonia,
111 Slulin. IM r.sre lnL..n Inn will... I .....--
sponsible lor accidents or escapes. PuMliiraKw
Inrnlsheil at rrusotiuble rules.
I'riiHl MII.VKIt A Al l. I..
PUHIJfJ NAI,K
HAVfMJ mid my larm, t will ae
at pulilin side, without reseivi
on my larm, one mile tioiilh ol May
W1CW , Ull
11IUUSDAY. ATKII. Will
111,
HIV 1IIIIUS IMTHf nil lll-ill.url., .
I'wenly-llve head two-vcar-. ,1 r.
year-old Hleers, 11 three-quarter blood Hereford
Cows and Calves. I hill blood Jersey Cows and
Calves, 1 Uullowuy Cow mi l cir n
Milch Cows. 1 lliorouirhlired il i..-'.i n ',, ,
tl.iee-y ear-old Mule, t Mules two-yeurs-oln .1
Mulea one-year-old, 1 yearling Kiliy. (ire,i i,y
Kenliickv Chief. I a lhi...i...r...i.i .'....,..
driving Kdlys (siren bv K.V,kJ ", ,""'
KiodWork llor.e. I Ihree-veur.ol.i m...i. ...'....
Marc, line driver: 1 brand Miirvii tn i,...,!. i it....
111; V Cu1,,"""'5 1IHI OK. In ier.Ul.;
SO Nboats. is line breeding Sows i ih. T.
bred Iterkslilre Mows and I'lgs, 2 lhoroiiKhhre
llerknlilre mild, bred: a ih,,..?,.' i ...r. ; ... '
lloars, iiionllis old; 8 thoroughbred .Shropshire
Kwes and l.ainbs. ft tli..r.,iiKiibre.l Hhropsi ire
lrsiilng Kwes. 1:1 nml. hi....v,i... ...
f -",rf ,J .VVS1 K""'t 1,11,1 ,'''bs. 1 IWO-llo'lHe
Carrlngean.1 flurness, l Mingle lluwv .....I n,.r.
ness Wl stands of ltees. In palenl hives; Kami
Implements, consisting of Wagon. Plows Cul
tivators Disc Ilarrow, I Twine Hinder, Ac...
Household and Kitchen Kurnilure
Terms of 8ale:-8ix months credit, without
merest, on sums of ten dollars or over: under
that amount, cash. Mule ... ' ... ...
o'clock, promptly. Lune.h t ..i....k n
candidates cordially Invlied lo attend.
.., c A . It. MAT1IIKW8
COL. II. I. (.mituhoh, Auctioneer. IV
J. W. HARRISON & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
Carry the most Complete Stock
have received
$15,000 WORTH OF
for Men, Boys
We Have the Finest, Largest, and Most Complete Stock that was
ever Brought to this Market !
uur stocK ot llats is simply immense all new and of the latest
aiyie .inn nesi, jtiaiity ; also Uents' Kurnishiti"
(Joods, Trunks, Valiseis, &c "
oun STOCZ OF
-CONSISTS OK-
. . uenrieiias, wiuee.is
"ic, vuiiuir-n, unit vl lirrmn VvlOlll. W e al.S
stork of White Goods
ALL OF TIIK LATEST ST YLKS.
(Jloves, and in fact evervthimr that
house. All of this immense stock of m Mill 11 IIUW
. 11 11 : i ,
im uiocuiubuiy mviim toiMu on us ror ttieir Sprint and
Summer Goods. They will not only have the Largest Stock to
Helm t from, but we propose to sell goods
CHEAPER THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE COUNTY.
J. W- HARRISON & CO.
IIICJC3INSVILLE.
PAINTS !
PAINTS
We arc offering a big stock of everything in the
Paint Line, such as
WHITE LEAD BEST GRADES,
MASURY'S LIQUID PAINTS,
1-2 to 1 gal. caiiH.
MASURY'S RAILROAD PAINTS,
in 2.r pound cans.
NEALE'S CARRIAGE PAINTS,
in pints and quarts.
With these you can re-paint your Iinggy, Cart or Sprincr
vuuu very niceiyanuai lime cost,
A full line of Varnishes. Hard Oils and Similars; nUn Win
dow Glass, single and double strength.
We will make very close juices on
fall. Very Respectfully,
CHAS. W. LOOMIS,
FRANKLIN AVK.
COUNTY E0AKD
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I cr. uucil ny iliv Cuuuty llonr.l ol K.iuiilizitlioii,
meet al the CoiirthoiiHc
id.-cuv oi i.cxiniri.111.
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I. W Iti.wli.iK I j ii cuille
Atteat-
m. It Sibklk, Secretary.
I-KIMINAL.
lay Towiih,,,
'lay 'lwiinhl.
It), 1890.
CHAMPION !
U'll.l. Ktiiinl the prrnenl Heusim at Sio.
my nluble.oiicii.nl Olir-bull li. III. s Af,5)
we I ol tlie obi I'uir I.ioiiihIm v-j J 7
nesi iipiioii:- liurk buy with black iiiuue an I
lad, li: h:t nils blb, s yeurs old.
i .-i iiih :-Jit Im tbe h. ittion or $H to iiihiire u
colt lo Hiiind iimt suck ; a In n bclioi icluincil en
be oil Inr service iiioii. y. the inure Is Sob!,
ii uib d or i i ioiivi .I Irom the iii iKbliorhood b-loi.-the
exinraiion ol eleven iiioiiiI.m nli.r bem
served, the., Ihe owner of miiiI mare in Input
lor the H. usoii whether the mure proven lo be
Willi nml or not
ure Ink. n lo , rev. Ill ueeli'enta, but Will nni
be renponsilile should any occur.
Will,
ami ou
.lick.
also, mi inn I ill ibe saine place
lliet.ill.ie D rills, the .ISbn.lii
DOMINO ! !
He is black wild mealy nose, and I...H proved
to lie a Kood lire. der. hs bis a..lis will show
He is very vigorous and is In line condition to
inuke I lie H.'llr..lU
I'liHlui,. l l Mi per inontli, but will not lie
r.'Hiiiiiniblc lor Hccldeuts or escaiies.
uiirlJtr ir I.. MITCHKI.I.
TLe (Jclcliratcd and Mont Excellent
Stallion,
FLEETWOOD
'!si
MAKK TIIK SKA SON OK
IS
Ih'.Mi hI iiiv Ihiiii. iifHr t;oriliar.
lo liiMiir mtiri In hi with foul, if'.M
V UK HCUMtlll. IIHMM-V llN Will' II ll'lirt
in known to ! wild I on I. or mrt i wilh.
WIMMI IH li iirown lldlH'. Willi
one uliili niikli' 11 vtir-oltl. wrluhH l.Ht
mmiim1h( Im llliui)ilri hiK". mIiowh llni'iit uf Blvlt
himI HiM-fd him h kind in iliHuoHit ion : anv oim
cun lrivf him.
At tho biiiiiv iiIim c I hi
line All-.'urpoHc ( levr-
laml Hay
ENGLISH GLORY,
Will inuke Ihe season at air. lo insure. hl bv
Ibe scuaon.
At the Httine plue.e ihe clcipint .Saddle Stallion,
ormerly owned by Frank Hlewi.rt. of Lexini'-
ion. will make the season ultimo insure, tin
ov i lie season .
KINK Olt A is li years old this "urine, a benn-
tllnl bbie.k, irSj hamU high, with Hue wane un I
tail, good style and action.
I he celebrated Jack
KENTUCKY MAMMOTH !
Will inuke the season ai $12 lo insure.
CI0 by the season. Kentucky Mam
moth is a blin k .lack, loaled in lbs
"in ingot lHS:;.lr, I, bunds hitch, ol' heavy
none, kouu style and ucllou.
Also, at the same time and nluoc and on the
Hume terms, the celebrated Jack
ELI !
Sired by Kennedy's premium Jack, called
I il in ho Kli is axiuv Jack, ft ears old. 14 w
tiaiids hiab. He is a euro loul getter and wus
awarded ihe IS rut premium as a best breeder ul
the l.ulayeite County Fair. Itvsii
For pedigree und lurtber Information hiiiiIv
to CHAIthKH I.IKSK
aprltl 4 Oir.ler. Mo.
GROVE YOUNG,
of Goods in the county.
this Bpiing at least
READY - MADE CLOTHING
and Children.
DHESS GOODS
Sacarappas. Sicilians, Monsse-
so have an immense
- ' . . . . , .
ii . .
MO.
PAINTS !
these goods and ask
OP EQUALIZATION.
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roncrly. Mm vi.hu-of which has been In-
ril 7lll lxM. Tim It. ....I ..r
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Summer
-
FABRIC
We nrn showing a very
Wh in all grades of Cotton,
The Biggest Bonanza on Earth !
Our 10c Jersey Bibbed Vest !
Sr T" K,t Vest'And other house
ran offer you such a bonanza. We Knarantee it heavier than
any other vest sold at 10c and worth ihree offered at 8 1 T.
i?;i i0'VVrr,r 15;ili)liP,, our 00c Lisle Thread, aud $1 Silk Jersey
llibbedWa are the best values possible to produce for the
money in any market in the world:
Our line of Fabric Cloves is now complete and ready for
t llf RllirilllOI Irnila L J
........ . v .
We are prepared to offer some unusual values in
BLACK SILK GLOVES
-
SILK
Fifty Dozen Heavy Black Pure Silk Mitts at 25c. To sea
them is to realize "what a bargain at the price."
Extra length Silk Mitts for evening wear, in all the desirable
shades and black.
If you have "a dime" to spend it will pay you to come to
Headquarters, where the best values can always be obtained.
SPECIAL SALE
MONDAY.
OITE DAT OITLTT I
DRESS GOODS
The Largest, the Best, the Most Complete
line in the city at Prices that
will astonish you.
We propose to make a drive in
DRESS COODS!
for this one day that it will prove a rare chance
for every one who wishes to buy.
DON'T FAIL TO COME !
M. F. ROYLE & SON.
WHAT ABE YOD WAITING FOB!
OUR STOCK IS LARGE ! OUR GOODS NEW !
OUR PRICES LOW !
We make a Business of making Bargains in
MEN'S YOUTHS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps, Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c.
The Latest Styles, the Finest Quality, the Utmost Variety, have
oeen columned by us in
ONE MIGHTY EFFORT FOR TRADE !
There is a limit below which Honest Goods cannot be sold.
We place our price at the
LOW W.ATElt MARK
for Safe and Reliable (Joods sold under guarantee.
Insnect. Us. Criticis Vs. Know L's. and vim win tTi
ileal fair and save you dollars.
VJJ
THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIER.
Underwear
AND -
CLOVES,
extensive line of Ladies' Jersev
Yarn, Ualluigan, Lisle Thread a5
AND
MITTS,
APRIL 21st,
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