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THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, SA.TIJI1DA.Y, AUGUST 9. 1S90.
J! rll If I o 3 1 'm. A Mlltcivl Ciir and Joutr laper. Mr. Mill spoke at Ituouvillo Monday, Mr. Plumb tackled the McKinley bill gain last Monday. The conservative, thrifty negroes ol ' the south are opposed to the force bill. The Globe-Democrat owes Mr. Cloveland a eulogy. It is coming to hit tariff views. There is sotnetbiug manifaxtlv rotten about the way tho census has been taken In Missouri. rAfter passing; the world's fair bill ' ?''.Inois legislature adionrncd sine eiday ot last'woek. -it, . rz- ue oldest woman in Now Hamp shire, Mrs. Sally Brown, aged 1 Oft, died at Chichester, on tho 3 1st day of July. Were the republicans honest in 1SK8 who praised Mr. McKinley 's platform, and who are now denouncing Mr. McKinloy's bill. Judge Jno. A. Hockaday was nomi nated by acclamation for circuit judge, by tho judicial convention which met at Moberly on the first day of August. "Protoctlou?" Stuff; rats! There Is no protection in the fraud, and the wide 'wake republican newspapers begin to see that the people have found it ont. ..-..,, The republicans in 1888 did talk about "revising the tariff, but never a word abont "reducing" it. Tho Mc Kinley bill shows what their idea of "revising1' It is. ' Mills, Vest and Carlisle have taught the people that high tariff taxes arc detrimental to inch an extent that even the Globe-Democrat and Champion are forced to tee it. We commend to republicans who denounced Mr. Cleveland for asking tor a seven per cent, reduction- of the tariff the Globe-Democrat article which we print elsewhere. The latest convert to Mr. Mills views Is the fat nentlomau who edits the Globe-Democrat. Ilo slionld cither cease abuse of his teacher, or retrain from advocating his doctrine. . The republican leaders acknowledge that they elected their president by direct bribery and by promising pen sions, when they abandon and spit upon their tariff platform of 1888. Hon. John C. Tarsney, representative in congress from tbia district, made a speech In Ilolden in which he complete ly riddled the McKinley bill and showed up the republicans on the silver question. Ex-Secretary of State Thomas F. Bayard waa elected by the democrats ol the eleventh ward of Wilmington, Del., to represent them in tho convention which nominates candidates for gover nor and congress. The democratic legislature of Missouri was the first to pass an auti-trnst law and despite the assaults of its enemies the law has done much good. With a little amendment it will destroy all the trusts and combines in Missouri. Martha Davis, of Now York Oily, was thought to be dead and her rela tives were preparing her lor burial when her lips began to move and her sister after forcing some brandy down her throat succeeded in bringing her back to consciousness. . J. T. Sturm, treasurer of Sumner county, Kansas, ia found to be 1, 832 21 short in bis accounts. lie at various limes appropriated the above sums of money to bis own use and at sometime, not indicated by his books, paid It back into the treasury. t t.The Pittsburg Dispatch makes a strong point by calling attention to the proposition that the treasury shall lay bands on sinking fands and trust funds to meet the cost of the prevailing extrav agance. Could anything be further from economical and honest administration of the pnbllo finances? .' Mr. Breckenrldge, of Kentncky, made an eloquent and powerful speech, last Monday .criticising Speaker Reed's - methods, the paucity of work done by bis congress, and the force bill. Mr. Breckenrldge was calm, sclf-polsed, aud he made an address which will have great effect in the north. Mr. Plumb made a red hot attack on the McKinley bill on Friday of last week, but what does it all amount to? Everybody knows that three-fourths of the people are opposed to the inoas nre, but the manufacturers put up their boodle for the last election, and Tom Reed Is determined that they shall got It back with interest. The Kansas Ci.y.Fort Scott & Mem phis railroad Is beiug sued by order ol s tbe state railroad and warehouxe commissioners, for the sum of $1,000, overcharge on freight bet weou Carbon Center and Kansas City. The Memphis refuses to pay, saying that the freight - passed Into Kansas aud therefore come onder the interstate commerce law and is not under slate jurisdiction. Tho case will be taken to tbe supreme court. - Advices from Athens announce a disastrons fire upon the celebrated Mount Athos, the holy mountain of the Greek church. Tbe tire has destroyed the largest part of Its wonderful forests. Of the twenty Greek monasteries which have been located upon the mountain for centuries, most bavo been oompletely destroyed. The damage is estimated at 6,000,000 francs. Twen ty monks and hermits perished in the flames. Mr. Reed with tbe assistance of Mr. . Bontelle has a little scheme on loot to bring a large number of workmon into Klttery, Me., which is in Mr. Reed's dis trlct.Just at election time. There used to be a navy yard at Kittery. It was abandoned six years ago. Two old build ings which stood on the ground were burned last wlnter.Mr. Bontelle suc ceeded in smuggling Into the appropria tion bill for the navy a clause appro priating $50,000 for robuildlnir tuoc bouses. Mr. Keed passed the appropria tion bill. A resolution reciting the above fact and asking for an Investiga tion waa referred to tbe committee on rtoles, of which Reed is chairman. It will be Interesting to watch tntiue developments. LAFAYETTE COUNTY'S CENSUS. Lafayette county shows a good, healihiul growth since 1880, having moved up Iroin 25,710 to 30,OU:l. an inct eHRO of 4,.:t, but this hardly meets tho expectation ot pesons who had given the subject thought, lliggiusville and Odessa have almost entirely grown up dining tbe past decennial, Iliggins villo from a village of 797 into a town of 2,321, aud Odessa from 100 to 1,274. in these two places alone Latayelte county gains, 1,6:14 and 1,174, a total of 2.708; add 514 for Lexington and we have 8,222 ot tho county's growth ac counted for. This leaves only an increment of 928 tor all the rest of the comity. Now, everybody knows that the towns on the U. & A. railroad have gotten almost their entire growth since 1880. There Is May view, Cordcr and Alma, all with substantial increases, beside which Wellington and Napo leon have grown considerably, not to say anything of Riverton, Mvriek, Machine Mines and the other mining camps near Lexington. It is probably true that with tho ceusus taken in winter theso would have shown greater populations, but when we reflect that there has been a growth in the agricul tural portions of tho county, not here considered at all, we can only conclude that Lafayette county's census is er roneous and ot little value. Tho vote of Lafayette county for president in 1880 was 5,087, with a population ot 26,710, or a ratio of a littio more than 6 people to each voter. In 1888 the voto for president was 0,8.'I0. There has, of course, been a steady growth in tho county during theso past two years, but counting it, with a ratio of 6, eveu on the vote ol 1888, and Lafayette county wonld have a population of 34,160, and the people are here, too. THE EATS TAKING FLIGHT- A few days ago Senator Ingalls' home paper, the Atchison Champion, nuder went a complete political chango from a virulent protectionist organ to an ultra tariff reform advocate. It has placed itself squarely on the democrat ic platform in this respect and ia not content with denunciations of the Mc Kinley bill, but loses no opportunity to denounce the hypocrisy and demagogy of Senator Ingalls, and boldly opposes his return to the senate conduct that only a few years ago would have been characterized as heresy of tbe worst kind. But the Champion is not aloue of in fluential republican organs that are turning from tho political faith of the past and falling in with the onward step of the democratic hosts. Tbe St. Iuis Globe-Democrat is the latest republican organ to iuterpret the sigus of the times and to take shelter In the democratic household. In the issno of last Monday it ''flopped." flopped radi cally and unmistakably. Tbe Globe Demon at, though not the first to abandon the robber tariff, is early enough to arrogate something of lead ership in what it is pleased to call "the republican revolt" against the McKiu loy bill. In assuming this leadership tho Globe-Democrat innst necessarily renounce the fundamental doctrine of the republican party and Us own argu ments launched every day since the foundation of the paper. However, the sudden conversion of the G. 1). may not be taken as a con viction of error aud an honest impulse to undo the mischief of tho past, but is rather inspired by fear of the downfall of the republic n party. Nevertheless Us conduct demonstrates the popularity of tho democratic platform, and the rottenness of tbe chief plank in tbe rep licau structure. To abaudou protec tion is to abandon republicanism, for the terms aro convertible. Tbe Globe Democrat aud the Atchison Champion and Senator Plumb cannot denounce the McKinley bill without denouncing the republican party and, logically, in dorsing all that the democratic party has been contending for since the in ception of the protection dogma. The McKinley bill will probably be shorn of some of its most obnoxious features, but tbe credit will be due to tbe in domitable fight made by the democracy and to its education ot tbe people. Tbe Champion, tbe Globe-Democrat aud Senator Plumb are merely ahead of tbe leaders of their party in that they have shown tbe sagacity of tbe rat, and kuow wbon the ship is sinking. The edict which practically banishes the Jews from Russia will very likely cause millions-of them to come to America. Prominent Jews in New York say this is the only couutry to which they turn with any favor. This brings up many problems. As many of the immigrants will of necessity be ' almost entirely without means there will first arise tbe question whether they come nndcf tbe law which pro hibits the landing of those who are likely to become a public charge. Superintendent Weaver, of tbe immi gration bureau, says: "The law for the exclusion of paupers was designed for just such emergencies as this and I shall enforce it strictly." M. Reingerz, tbe representative of the nniled Hebrew charities In New York, says that 7.1 per cent, of tho banished Jews will come to this country, that they will make good, Industrious citizens and those who are not able to support themselves will be cared for by the wealthy He brews of that city. . - Wrnon ami Bates counties Lave made splendid growth In population in the last decade -Vernon from 19,309 to 31,0.11, au Increase of 11,002; aud Bates from 26,381 to 32,210, au increase of 6,829; but neither baa grown suffi ciently to gain a member iu the lower hound ol tho general assembly. Boone county also shows a healthy growlb, from 26,422 to 31,416, but falls abort of the 3.1,760 necessary to secure two members of the legislature. A suit just ended in Detroit, Mich., between Cofrode & Saylor, plaintitls, aud Brown, Ilowar.l & Co., defon ,Unts. was tbe longest knowu iu this country, having been on trial continu ously since March 24, or 12Q iays. There is nothing that the Reed stylo ol politician will not do, hence it need surprise no ono to learn that the census Is being manipulated by the republican machine lu the interest ol thn republican parly. The gross folly of the McKinley bill is made apparent by the general rnyolt afcH:nst it eveu iu the republican party. Stuiiitor Vooilieen administered a deserved rebuke tho other day to tho gentleman whom f-'enator Ingalls ileiioniiiiHles the "acephlated chump," Mr. Iliseock, of New York. Mr. Mis took wart imprudent, enough to Hay that wherever iu New York democrats had control ,t here whisky aud other had influences predominated. Mr. Voor hees congratulated Mr. Gorman on his great victory in breaking the predeter mined silence on tho republican side of tbo chamber. As to, the speech of the senator from Now York, which had been extorted under the land, it was the same old tirade ot calumny aud abuse against the democratic parly. If that was all there was of it he would let it go. But it seemed that there was no one to speak fairly for the great democratic city of New York. He arraigned ihut senator for his slander on that city simply because it was opposed to him politically. The senator had spoken of tho vice and crime and intemperance of the city of New York, but bo (Mr. Voorhees) asserted that tbe very Gibraltar ol the republican party in that city, the only district in which it had increased its majority of lato, was the eighth assem bly district, where Johnny O'Brien had been loading tho worst elements of society and where- Immorality, vice aud crimo of all descriptions were so rife that a man's life was not safe there alter sundown. The senator (Mr. fliscock) owed an apology to the great metropolis ou Manhattan island. He bad heard such stigma attempted to bo cast on Ncw York before but it ill became one of licr sons to retail that old time slander iu the scuato. Mr. Hiscock subsided. Tbe Globo-Domocrat.ln those words, admits tbo charge made by the demo crats in regard to the impending deficit : "To permit the government to escape tbe humiliation and embarrass ment of a deficit, a device iu treasury bookkeeping which was not looked for and which was not available a few weeks ago, will apparently have to be resorted to. Tho bank note redemption fund of about $56,000,000, which the new silver law releases, will have to be drawn on In order that the government may escape tbe disgrace and discredit of insolvency. Even the most reckless and obtuse of tbe republican members of congress should begin to understand by Ibis time that the party, in its man agement of the fiscal affairs of tbe uatiou, is pressing perilously close to the dauger line. St. Lonis Post-Dispatch: Comment ing ou a Post- Dispatch paragraph, the Kansas City Journal says: "Speaker Reed has gagged uobody. He has sim ply exerted a restraining influence upon such congressmen as would delav bus iness by unnecessary and fruitless dis cussion." The Journal might say with equal truth that the czar does not muz zle his subjects. In refusing to let their representatives be heard Iu bis councils, aud In sending them to Siberia for giv iug him unsought advice, be "simply ex erts a restraining influence upon such as would delay public business by un necessary and fruitless discussion." Mr. Cbauncoy I. Fllley mado a speech at Jcflerson City last Saturday night, which was partly made up of flounting the bloody shirt, and partly of an utterly senseless harangue on the tariff. He made statements which any ordinary school boy should have been ashamed of. Mr. Fillcy speaks in a sing-song, drawling kind of a way, something like an old-fashioned camp meeting preacher, aud he is not au oralor.but be might make his speeches much less subject to criticism by in jecting into them a -little common sense. . The result of tho kaiser's visit to the czar Is much feared by European journalists. It is thought the czar will try aud win from the kaiser bis consent that the weak Ferdinand may be superceded as ruler of Bulgaria by one who will in all things be the docile creature of Russia. Men who iu every respect are competent to speak of this subject say an inch of Russian advance to the southward wonld . probably change the whole map of Europe. General Master Workman Powderly has addressed a letter to tbe Knights of Labor in which he arraigns the federal election or force bill In a most vigorous manner, saying that there is more in timidation in fonr lines ol the law thau in all tbe southern outrages that have occurred since the war. He sas that, shorn of verbiage, the bill is intended to perpetuate tbe existence of tbe party in power, besides Intending to encour age iraud. A young man of Texarkans, Ark., who was very badly injured in the Missouri Pacific yards, was thought to have died of his injuries and bis body was taken to the undertaker's. In a short time the undertaker observed that bis eyes were opeu aud called in a doctor who succeeded in restoring the supposed corpse to life. It is thought he will recover. Two cousins named Coyhart were found dead with pistols in their bauds, near Hazard, Ky. On a stone between them was a pack of cards lying face np as if they had been playing. One Was shot iu the hack and tbe other in the breast. It is supposed they were I. rut shot and theu robbed. Did you hoar from Alabama, Mr. Reed? It elected tbe entire democrat ic ticket last Monday for stale officers, and but lour republicans and in dependents were elected to the entire legislature. That is the fust fruits ol your force bill. Jasper county ban grown at the rate of 6,433 persons per year during the past ten years. This must not be entirely attributed to immigration, as to the salubrious character of (he air is to be ascribed a goodly portion ol the increase. Mr. Powderly strongly denounces the force bill. He says tbo claims thst it Is to secure fair elections is faUe, and that its real purpose is to keep the republican party in power by fraud. The baldknobbers seem to bo running the polities of Christian county. It is strongly republican, aud baldknohber candidates are carrying all before I hem The white republicans of Alah-iina have voted right along with the demo rrals as the best way of expressing their disapproval of tbe force bill. That was a great outpouring of democrats at Jefferson City last Wed nesday. People came miles in wagons, hoals and railway cars to attend the ic-iiomination of Hon. It. I. Bland, as I he democratic candidato lor congress, and to boar speeches upon the pending political issues by Mr. Bland and lion. Roger Q. Mills, ot Texas. Tbero were thousands of people upon the campus and in the ball of the house of repre sentatives when Mr. Bland arose to acknowledge the honor conlened by his tenth nomination to congress. Then lie spoke eloquently of tho republican legislation agaiust silver and of the infamous efforts of the northern repub licans in congress to disfranchise thn south by means of bayonets at tho polls, and excoriated the old carpet bag party lor its encroachments upon the rights of tho people. Mr. Bland was followed by Mr. Mills, who abun dantly upheld his reputation as the best democratic tariff talker iu this country. No wonder such republicans as Col. Bittinger affect to believe that Mr. Mills is wasting his lime is Mis souri. No wonder they busy themsel ves with sneers and sarcasms at his expense. lie Is making hundreds of democratic votes wherever be speaks and is binding bis party together with hoops of steel. Tnore is plenty ot room in Missouri for such men as Roger Q. Mills, aud tho old democracy of this state will owo him a dobt of gralitudo before tho campaign is over. It it were possiblo, ho ought to speak in every comity is Missouri. II the argument elsewhere made as to tho population of Lafayette county had been followed to lis legitimate conclusion it would have been even stronger than tho statement which we therein made, for there is no reason why the ratio of voters to population should be different now from what it was iu 180. If tbo vote of tho county Increased from 6,087 iu 1880 to 6,830 iu 1888, the voting population grow at tbe rate oi 218 per year or 2,180 in teu years. This added to the 6,07 would give a voting popula tion this year of 7,267, which multi plied by 6 would make tbe population of Lafayette county 30,335. The census enumerators only give us a population ol 30,003, so It appears that by their iudoleuce.ur something worse, we lose 6,272 iu population, aud we aro thereby deprived ot au additional member of the legislature, and the many other benefits which come from increased numbers. "So far as we have ever been able to learu troin a tolerably careful aud con scientious study ot tbe matter there Is not tbe shadow of an excuse tor a sin gle Increase of duty by tbo McKiuli y bill," says the Globe-Democrat. Cer tainly uot; that is just what the demo crats in congress have been sayiug, but your caucus adopted the measure, and by the bulldozing of your master, Tom Reed, your so called represenia tlves passod it through the house. And after it went to the senate your mem bers there persistently refused to permit its amendment in the particulars which you now douounce. Saline county will, likely, lose one ol her representatives by the apportion ment based on the consus of 1890. If the populatiou of the state shall be 2,- 700,000, as is now given out, tho ratio for one representative will be 13,600 and for two. 33,760. The population ot Saline county is giyeu at 33,28, which wonld be short of the uecessaiy number. If the population of tho slate shall prove to bo more than 2,700,000 it will only teud to increase tbo rat io. Jasper and Greeue counlios have grown enormously during tho past ten years, Jasper from 31,017 to 60,200, a gain of 19, 183, and Greene from 28,818 to 45,601, a gaiu of 16.783. Each of these comities now has two members ol the legislature. In order to gain a member they would each be required to have 54,000 people, so that there is no chauce of their increasing their repre sentation in the general assembly during this decade. , m m ' Mr. Geo. L. Schuyler, one of the founders of the New York Yacht Club, one of tbe owners of the America when she sailed aud won the international race at Cowes, a man of virtue, wealth aud enterprise, died on the flagship Electra, a few days ago, where be was the guest of Commodore Eld ridge T. Gerry. Annie Ratincn.an exile from Siberia, has arrived iu Now York accompanied by her lit t lo son. She is a Russian 21 years of age, who was sent tour years ago to Siberia for some political offense. Her husband, a young physician, was also exiled and expects to join bis wife at Wichita, Kas., in a few months. The "altitude of tho republican parly ol the west" iu the last canvass was agaiust reduction of the tariff, aud the Globe Democrat knows it. Messrs. Plumb, G.-D. aud Champion have simply flunked. They are whipped aud they would uo quite as well lo admit il, Johu Bar re' t was formally installed as postmaster of Looisvillo on the II is I day ol Augmt, succeeding Mrs. Vir ginia C. Thompson, who has been Ht mistress for 13 years. The employes presented Mrs. Thompson with a handsome diamond pin. A year ago au Atchison man tried to commit suicide because his uirl went biuk ou him. She afterward married hiui and is now spending all her lime nursing him back to heulih Whv didn't she marry him in the first place? John M. Atheiion, ex-president of the Liquor Dealers' National Protec tive Association, sajs that Cleveland was defeated through a coalition be tween the republican managers and the brewers ol New York. Tho Glolm-Dcmocial is barking ou a cold (rail. The representatives ot its party belong, body, hoots ami breeches, lo the uiaiiulacliiriug oligar chy, aud I hey will do their master's bidding. A recount ol the drowned at the Johnstown disaster Axes the number at 2,600. The city is larger now than il was betoru the uutortuuale flood. Tho murderer of Johu Hawkins, Kelly Stewart (colored), was haugul iu Live Oak, Flu., on the 3IhI nil. Tho northern business men in the south are uuiled iu their opposition lo to tbe force bill. Boycotts aro unwise, eh? Well, yes. Did you ever reflect that I ho American high tariff is tho biggest boycott ol the nge? Ami did it ever strike you, re publican friends, that if we boycott the manufactures ot Kngland and France il m the most mitural thing in ll.e world for those counties lo boycott our agricultural products? They want our corn, they want our pork, but they would be cravens and cowards if they bought these Irom us, wheu we say we "will not permit their manufactures lo come into our country. They are neither, and they exclude our farm produce so far as they can. France is dead down ou the McKinley bill and pnqioaes to retaliate. Sho Is a com mon sense country in business. !She has two tariffs a high ami prohibitory one lor countries which have such a a I in-ill themselves; and a low and merely nominal one for thoso w ir ho deniro to reciprocate. Prance au would buv more ol our farm prodm ne s. if wo would let her, than all of South America, yet the McKinley aud Keed incompetents would drive her away. They cam only for tho manufacturer, as Mr. Plumb says, and not au Iota for tho farmer. Will the heretofore retuib lican lariuer continue to vote with such a party, Boycotts! O. yes, we are paying dearly out west tor the New Kngland boycott of tho natural custom ers for our cereals aud meats. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. August Term. 1800. Court met in regular session. Pres ent: Presiding Justice Jos. F. Smith ; Associate Justices Benton aud Catron; Sheriff Mitchell, Clerk Steolc. W. K. Broe.kman, road overseer or dered to notify the Mo. P. Railway Co., to repair the crossing on their road between l'ago City and lliggius ville. Diam shop licenses granted Catron & McLain, I.;e iieaslo, Jno. Kemple, Fritz Baldwin and R. A. Blakey. School loan ot $1,000 granted Slaugh ter K Anderson. Jim. M. Oldham having complied with his contract iu finding township bonds released on his bond aud bond ordered returned. J. R. Dillard, comity treasurer, ordered to draw his warrant for state public school money ($10,207 65.) Iu matter of petition of Samuel Nich ols publia road: Proof of notice pre s -ntod aud objected lo by Atkinson el al; uboclions heard by court aud held not to be sufficient. Atkinson el aI.,remons trators except to the ruling of the court. Kstelle Buiiii, deaf and dumb, order ed scut to school at Fulton as a county patient. Compromise of taxes tor 1886 granted L. Sechrisi by payment ot $5 95 into the treasury. B. D. Weediu ordered to examine bridge near Jno. Durbin's tariu. A. Audersou et al granted abate ment ol interest ou taxes for 1880. Frank Huiuibrock granted compro mise ot taxes for 183 aud back on 20 feet off north part of lot 12,blk K, llig giusville. Records read, approved aud signed . Compromise ol taxes tor 187 and back on lot 1, Llk II, Chapel Hill, granted Jas. Smith by payment ol original taxes. Compromise ol taxes for 1877 ou 40 acres, the west part se ue 14, 49, 29, granted S. J. Worloy. Abatement granted M. M. Searcy ou part lot 10, blk 4, Odessa, for 187 aud back. Abatement of taxes on 40 acres, ne 110, 33, 51,28, granted ou account ol double assessment. Taxes abated on laud iu 34, 61. 28. river covers the whole of It. Personal property assessment of J. E. Hall reduced $1,000. Assessment of M. Workoff on pt lots 7, K, !t, blk 63, 1st add to Lexing ton, ordered corrected. City assess ment ordered placed same as county's. Jos. Kdoleu granted compromise ol taxes for 1889 and back on pi lot 10, blk 60, 1st add to Lexington by pay ment of $6 04 into the treasury. New road, II. Schneider et al; com missioner's report tiled aud road ordered opened. New road, J. Nichols et al; petition read, proof of notice made and re lei red to commissioner. Change ol road, W. G. McCausland et al; petition read, proof of notice made and rclerred to commissioners. New road, Oliver Gaun et al; com missioner's report read and Geo. Fox, (ieo. Gibbs and Benj. Elliott appointed commissioners. New road, II. C. Kennedy et al; commissioners' report read and Jas. Yickara, liuller Moore and Uobt. Iank ford appointed commissioners. New road, Geo. W. Collins et al; commissioners' report read and Win. Powell, Jas. M. Oladdisb and Jas. Hogau appointed commissioners. Now road, Henry Mueller et al; commissioners' report read and road ordered opened. New road,.) no. u. llsclier el al; com missioners' report read, and road ordered opened. Change of road, W. 1J. r itzgerald et at; petition read and referred to commissioner. Jos F. Smith authorized lo sign contract for rent ot L. R. Harrison laud. School loan of $200 granted J. J. Warder and old mortgage ordered satisfied. New road, Conrad Smith et al; commissioners' report read and moliou to dismiss filed aud cause continued until September term. B. D. Weediu instructed to point the rock wall around tbo court house yard. Sinking fund, county railroad fuud and county iulerest fund ordered trans ferred to the compromise tuna. Treasurer's settlement approved. Abatement of taxes ou lot 9, blk P, Concordia, 1882 and buck, grauted J. II. Lohoeluer. (ieo. C. Bryant granted compromise ol taxes for l"84-K6-87 on lot ls.blk 15, Odessa, by the payment of original taxes. Abatement of taxes on the valuation of $.r,il granted Wm. Morrison.ou lot 1. blk 3, P & S's add to Odessa. Geo. Hall granted abstemeut of taxes for I88.r aud back on lot 1, blk G, Page City. Jas. Page granted abatement ol taxes lor 18H5 ami hack on lot 1, aud part of lot 3, blk T, and im lots 1,3, 5, 7, 9 aud II, blk K, Page City. J. F.. Shot well granted abatemeut ol taxes for 1887 ami back ou 00 acres ol land. Taxes abated on blks I), E, F.and G, lloclur's 1st add to IligKinsvillo lor Ikps-h'J, ou account ol double assess ment . Abatement of Isxes for 1883 and back on lots 7 and 8, blk 61, Waverly, frnntcd Marv F. Ilines. The following gentlemen were drawn as petit jurors for I lie Uctouer lerm in i he ciiiiiiiinl c.iinrt :-Jas. Thorp.Thos. Waller. Richard Chinn, J. II. Fahr, V. V. Corder, .1 F. Campbell, David Slusher. K. I). Nner las. A. Aiiuer son. Jas. 11 Barnes. L. Brockmau, SrhiucI Collins. Michael Hoi well. Jas. Horn. Min McFadin; Chas. Russell, George Dusky, Henry I linker .Ihm (JmiicM. W. Hom- buckle, Benj Williamson, W, T. Ilook, .las. w. .Maslin, w. I ivenu Ceililicate of Drs. W. J. McDonald and J. C.Crlst in retard to the insanity ol Jesse Hughes read anil patient order ed sent lo the asylum al. Nevada. Semi-olliciul lij-iiies nbow that the population of Missouri has increased 49O,G50 alMiut :'M per l enldiirlug Ihe past leu years. THIRD MISSOURI 0EN8U8 DISTRICT. Tho following uuotlicial report of the population of Ihe counties and princi pal towns ol the third census district has been furnished by Mr. W. J. I'ow ell, supervisor of the census for that district. One census district each iu Audrain, Boone, Cole, Dent, Mont gomery aud I'ike counties, two each iu Camdeu, Miller aud Osage counties, aud three in Franklin county, have not been beard from. For these missing districts the ceusus of 18&0 has been lakeu, aud the perceutage of increase for tbe balance of tbe county in which each district lies added thereto: County, 1880. 18!M. 1II.7H2 22 .1(70 26.42 HI 4 Hi 23 670 24 OW 7,iM 11.151 15.515 15 ski; I0.75U 1 1 M28 10 4 12 2M 20 584 2tt,M n,ir.;i 11, Mm 17.42S 18.2114 7.:4 K.WPS ,805 11.458 10.2411 17,(11 11,824 I4,4::n 12 WW 12.(174 20.715 28.574 7.250 11.372 10.800 11873 Auilrala Ituone Callaway Camdeu Cole t'rawf- rd Ient Krauklln (Jancoiiade Lincoln Maries Miller MoutKomerv Osage I helps I'ike I'ulaski Warren Totals ..270.041 2U9,;iK are giveu below, with their population lu 1880 and 1890: TOWN. 1880. IXfWI. Ceuiralia 7H' 1.254 Columbia 3,320 4.1102 Kulton 2.409 3 3 Jetl'erHOD City 5.271 4.007 Louisiana 4.30ft 4.!H) Mexico 3 835 4.0711 Montgomery City l,l(i.r 2,10(1 Paclllo 1,275 1.170 Kolla 1.682 1 588 Salem 1.024 1.315 SIXTH MISSOURI CKNSUS DISTRICT. Mr. A. V. Morey, supervisor ot the census for the sixth district of Missouri. tnrmshes the following uuotlicial re port ol the population of Ihe counties aud principal towns iu his district which are glveu below: County 1880. imoo, Bartou 10,332 1S.4M4 Bates 25,381 32.210 Kenton 12.300 14.507 Casa 22,431 23.2:10 Cedar 10,741 14 500 Cooper 21.590 22,300 Henry 231XW 28. His Ulckory 7.3M7 0.414 lotinaon 28.172 28.IKMI Latayelte 25.710 20 800 Moniieau 14.340 !.",; 1 s Morgan 10.132 12.28(1 Pallia 27.271 30.071 St. Clair 14.125 10.008 Sallue 20.011 33.288 ternen 19,800 31.031 Totals 303.U06 300.U2!) This shows au increase ol twenty per cent, duriug the past ten years. Tbe populatiou of tbe principal towns ol that district, compared with 1880, Is as follows: Towns. 1880. 1890 Boonvllla 8 854 4. 1112 Butler 8.IU2 2.8U California 1.427 1.7K C'llOtOD J8J8 4,71:1 r.l Doraro Surlnus I.M. Hsrrlftonvllle 1, 11:1 lwi HlRRiDivllle 197 21121 Holden 2.014 2.rl4 Lamar... U07 2.ttr7 IXiOKtuD 4 Mil Mumbsll 8,701 4.2M Nevada l.Bi:i 7 2Ti Odmiia 100 1.274 Kicll Hill 4.01.:-, SftUlla 9 501 14 r, 1 1 Sister 771 2.:3 Sweet Springs 1.182 1 .132 Tipton iiffli 1,240 Versailles 57M 1,242 Warrensburs 4.0IW 4,W'l Warsaw 6f ni MISSOURI STATE S0H00L MONEYS. Forlv-lilth mnuil tnnnrtlnnmanl of ..i-i scbool moneys made by tbe state suprrln. lendeal of public schools, July 31 , 18IK): HQUUi- Apportiou- Counties. ration. ninnt Adair , Andrew Atchison 6.637 6.101 4.902 7.158 8.370 U.486 10 533 6.247 4.000 8 270 20.733 3.142 4.942 ".822 3 650 7.080 8.1! 1,290 7.730 6.623 9 280 6.545 4 85u 5 050 6.481 6,399 7.402 4.210 6.085 4699 6,082 4.079 4,274 6,202 6 190 9,098 4.200 0,434 16.000 0.708 7.080 9 581 8.426 5.057 35 5.188 SO 4.028 40 7.100 fM 8 415 05 0.519 00 10.589 70 6.275 25 4.715 25 8.314 50 20,870 90 3,15.8 90 4.008 00 7,804 10 3.609 05 7.721 35 8.243 16 I. 200 0.- 7.777 05 r.53 30 9 329 95 6.574 85 4.SN5 15 6.680 45 6 610 50 5.428 05 7.441 85 4.232 70 0.117 75 4.023 75 7.019 00 4.704 20 4 297 00 '".2!M 30 5,117 95 9.750 20 4.228 06 0 408 (L' 16.000 00 6.73S 70 7.124 15 9,682 30 3,443 45 6.114 50 5.434 10 0.697 30 3.125 75 53 039 20 15 005 85 7.305 00 9.274 05 4 303 35 6.859 70 10.207 06 9.112 80 5,103 80 5.032 75 7 771 CO 0,782 30 4,231 05 10.135 30 3.303 70 3.135 80 8,149 05 6.001 80 6,109 ?0 2.887 46 6.220 00 6,939 16 6.818 15 4 422 70 2.842 20 8.694 00 10.623 36 8.750 10 4.651 35 3.800 85 1.981 00 4.407 05 9,428 60 4.850 95 10.107 46 6.108 85 7.340 35 3.469 50 5.250 10 3,991 40 9.690 35 7,828 90 2 408 90 3 020 20 7.159 35 6.989 10 6 903 !i: 3.042 50 II. 109 80 10 097 26 4.001 75 4,149 20 3.004 Ml 2.783 90 5.240 05 0,137 00 2.749 70 0 605 85 2 800 45 3.203 05 10.:i07 20 3 305 70 4.504 00 4.020 65 5.737 76 3.1:10 80 5.704 65 Audrain Barry Bartoo , Bate Bitnlou Bolliuger Boone Buchanan Butler Caldwell Callaway Camdeu Cane Girardeau ... Carroll Carter Cass Cedar Charlton Christian Clark tJlay Clinton Cole (tooner (,'rawlord Dade Dallas Davleaa Dekalb Dent Douglas Dunklin Franklin UaaooBMle uentrv , Oreene Orundy Harrison , llenrv Hickory HaI, 6.087 llownrd ft 406 Howell 0.502 Iron 8.109 63,352 15 016 . T.350 9.226 . 4.340 5. HI , 10.153 Jackson Jasper JeUeraon Johnson Knox Laclede Lafayelle.,,, 9.004 Lewis 6,100 Lincoln 6.001 Linn. 7.730 tt.740 4,309 10,081 3.286 3.119 8 100 4,976 6 142 2 872 0.198 6.902 6.787 4,390 2 827 9.648 10.407 8.736 4.627 8.870 1 971 4,473 9.378 4.825 10.113 5,171 7.807 8.441 6.222 3.970 9.539 7.787 2,390 3 013 7 121 6.957 6.932 3 023 11.110 10.040 4.040 4.127 3 Mi 2.709 6.212 6,105 9736 0 471 2.875 8270 10.252 3.288 , 4.570 4.005 6.707 3 1'iO 6.074 108.454 Livingston Mcuonald Maeon Madison Mariea Marion Mercer Millar Minslsslppl Moniteau Monroe Montgomery Morgan New Madrid Newlon Nodaway Oregon Osags Ozark Pemiscot Perry Pettis Phelps Pike Plalle Polk Pulaski Putnam Kails Kandolpb Kay Iteynulda Ulpley St. Charles St. Clair St. KranclH St. Hen.-vleve St. Louis Halloa Schuyler.. Scotland Scotl Iiaunon Shelby Stodi'ard- stone. Sulllvau Tauev Tea as Vernon Warren Washington Wayne Webster Worth Writfllt...... City of bt. Louis. 100,037 90 Tolals 850.774 1 801,380 40 iiiie-liiird of Ihe ordinary reveuuea (ruin July 1 . 89. lo June 30, 00 1676,311 40 Intercut nu atate school fund 185,7!NI 00 Kelunded by Dallas county 285 00 Total amount apportioned.... 1801.380 411 stale school enumeration for 1800 N'SI.77I Ani'l lo each child enumerated . Ill .00538345 The apportionment fn the various couutles kIh.iiIiI be made in August, 1890, toxin the enumeration returns wade In May, 1800, lo Ihe county clerks. DaTAHTMKNT OV PUBLIC SCHOOLS. I jKVk'KHSON CITY. MO., JULY ill. HO ) t hereby certify that the lorrgoing is a true aud correct apportionment of Ihe "Stale School Moueye," lo tbe several counties of the state of Missouri, as the same appears in uty olttce, al thia date. W. K. ('Ol.KMAN. Stale SuperlQtsndant g Public Schools, Win. kcumilcr, iln; niut'ilcrcr, whs judicially killed inside Ihe walls of Auburn prison, Nnw York, IhhI Wed nesday, by Ihe application ol sin elec tric current, ol l,:0n volls. Alter lii'iii" subjected to till! ciirrciit 17 fccoiiiIm, he was Kti)OH(! lo ho dead, hut he lir;:in to ;:ihi ami gursle and kIiow h'iiis of relui uing cmiKcion-iH'r, unil the cur rent was aoitiu applied and kept on lot several minutes, until (ne man died. Then Ihe body derail lo smoke and the death chamber wan tilled with the odor of burning llexli. Some ol the witnesses nearly liiinled unil had to In; agisted from the room. It is evident from the reports of the tragedy that. Ihe new machinery of death wan not a suci-ess, and that while Keininler never had a second ot coiiKcioiiriiifHH,lu was l.iu lied to death by thn electric current, lie met his death with utter compoHiire and half redeemed hiniHidl by his quiet courage. John .1. Maslin, of Kansas City, died last Thursday utter a sliorl. illncNH ol iiiUainalion of the Im.wcIh. lie was aged about .0!) years. ('apt. l'helau. of Kansas t'ity, says In; is the man who proposes lo take :;,(Mio men down lo (iiiaieiual.-i to light her battles. THE REVOLT AGAINST IIIGUER DUTIES. From Hie St.Lou! Ulolie-lriHiMTal,Aug.4. The republican revolt. aguiiiHl any in crease in customs duties which Mr. l'lutub has started iu the senate is a movement iu tho right direction. In deed, it should have been begun long ago. While the McKinley bill has some good features, like the alterations in tho sugar schedules, it has nevcra! bad ones. These bad ones, of course, do not altogether neiitrali.e the good, lint, as there Is uo valid reason why there should be an.y bad ones at nil, their existence is a detriment to the measure, an injustice to the country and a Hcrioux nieiianco to the stability and poieucy ol tho party. Against Ihcse bad provisions tho raising of the level oi imposts iu several schedules of the bill every consistent and public spirited republi can should vigorously protest . The attitude ot the republicans of the west toward the tai ill may he outlined iu a few words. Ue vision o! the duties to which the party pledged itself iu 1S8S thov interpreied to mean rcduc lion. This is I lie const ruction which has been placed on Ihe phrase in tins section. Moreover, it is Ihe only construction which in in harmony with either logic, or propriety. Kverv republican slump speaker who appeared in the west during the canvass (d IS8H and every representative republican newspaper ol the west understood and proclaimed that by revision reduction whs indi cated. The wesl insists that, when duties are loinjied, they shall be lower ed. They say leave the rates as at present in the cases in which it iiiav appear desirable to make uo modifica tions, but let every change be a change downward. So far as we have been able lo learn from a tolerably carelul and roust-ion-lious slimy ol the mailer, there is not tho shadow ot an excuse for a single increase ol duty which is made bv the McKiulev bill. Not ono argument has ever been presented in delonse of this policy which is worthy of a moment's serious consideration. The industries allecled liave been running along under the prevailing imposts since l.ss:i. and if any of them havo suliered by the arrangement iu these seven years the tact was ctuctully concealed Iroui (he country until the framing ot the new tariff hill gave an opportunity lo cer tain interests to secure higher rales and inako greater profits. Tho time has come for western republicans to openly and clearly deliuo their position in this particular. It is uufotiiiualc that the uprising iu tho party against the policy which would condemn it to destruction did not take practical shape iu Ihe house, and manifest itself, as the (ilohe- Democrat urged at the time, at. the moment when the bill first made its appearance. Thcro is time enough yet, however, to strike many ot the obicc- tionablo features from the measure, and this will bo done it every republican senator who is opposed to Ihcin shall courageously aud honestly bo guided by bis convictions. To Trade. A nice little home near Sprinidii'ld, Mo., for live slock, merchandise, or lxinton property, or utivthiiiK; give or take cash dil furence or will sell on lime. It. It. KtJitANK, Audi tcr, a2t2 Ollioe on Main St., LexiiiKlon, Mo. HORSES TO SELL ! First Annual Sale of 25 GOOD YOUNG HORSES. Will do Bold Publicly, on Saturday, Sept. 6th, '90, at AULLVILLE, MO. a9t4 ROBT. ANDF.UP.On. mh'ii i: fpilK ri'lii(iv:il ol' iiivII'iimI I huh I v In l.'inciii- 1 uali will mil in Hit- 1,-uxl iiit rli'Pt with the binin-nH Of lll dolli'Mj? Hllll,. Ill 1.1'XttlUtOII. IL Will li III rIiuiki- ol Mr. Hull, r WlllKtliMim iiml my Bonn, who Imvi- m Iohk Imtii iuv iihihihiiIh. anil I 'Xirri lo lit? unit', uy uiw.ivh ih-iii oo tin- Kroliui! to iiiri-.li:i.H- Imi'K-uni-. I., n II lnirtiitiiiH alHo lo iuv -.t'.HtoiiH.iH. Mi ltl;1s ;it. I .. N OT I ( F. TO ( O T I ( i ( TO K S . Wll.I. let to tin lovv-sl unit lir-sl liolilpr, on Tlll.U.NHA Y, AIj';II.sT JS. A. II.. Im, llni Woo ti'it Kritluo lor r.oiisiriii-.iioii, ulioiit lil'IV-SIX lt-l ill It'll if. It . to lie lioill jir.rohH lliivin t itiW. ulioul oiir-hull mile umili ol Hit- Mortli c.iu t.ltttllHtl lllllt.K. I.i-llini; will tnkf Hiii'.i' al. It-il nVlork h. in . :ii limlKtile- I'luii iin.l Hiit-t-.lllrallotiM will III sit-i, at tiui" uoti place ol' lfiiln. Contractor it, toKive Itontl with airovt't Ht'i-.iiriiy lor comply inn Willi cn:ilrnr.l, uh Un law ilircclB. I!. I. WV.KIXN. auu'.l il Cotiiiiiiioiit-r. A DM INI T VIOK'S IVOTICi:. LKTThlt t I' .itliniriHirHlion on hi- cmIiiIc r,i Win. V . ( :. ('aiiiilii-ll 'lcc!-U!-i"l,vcii' i-r.iclf.l to tin- iiinlt'Hi;ii!'il on tin d;h iIhv til nmi., lh;iti, ly Hit Prohulo c-onrl til l.rila-. I.I i-iuiu-ly. Minaoiiri. . All icr-i,iiH Iiuviiik claims atainiitH:iiil ohlalt' art ictiiii't-tl to t-xiiiliiL Hi --it im ullowaui-f io Hi! MttniiiiiHlr tlor wiliiin .'-out yt-ar alter tin iluU ol mini li-tlt-ra, or UA-y limy tit- ircliit,-tt I'i-oiii any liciit'ilt ol' hiu-li t-htutr. ami it' hiicIi claims lit inn iliiliili'i! within two yctim Irom tin iliitt- oi lliin imlilii-alio.t tlicy will lit I n fV r liarrt tl Thin liih tiny ol Aii-iiKt, Imsmi. CI.AI lr. li. ( AMI ItKI I,, inn.'.iir, Atlit.iniHii Hitu iv o n i : Mavoh'h OKI h c ( Lkxin4:ton, Mil, Aiik. s, IHm. 1l Ul.li: NOUCt. im In r-liy Kivrii Ihai Hm ne m HHiiicul mil ol l.t&ulih itMl wit-1 n tni mil ?!tlul in 111 .'il v lrmKiini , Im- tin i-nr lNf, Iiuh Imtii ia.oiuli l unil i-lui-inl lo (hi i : 1 1 CoittM'.ll hy lin Ai-srhhiir, All t-roii-t lei liux llirliiHt'lvi-tt uKKi'M'Vi'it hy llii' :iHM'-ini-nt ol it-eir m-uriv n- ii'-iH-y uttl-llnl in lilt thru o I tj , I iomm in thf ollici' ol tttr ' 1 1 v Id 'ihIit on or bc It.ie tin-l;uli tluy ol Atli-.uM I.v.mi. t:. IIKN lil SSK1.L, Mayor. MIV l:o Ul oi- MjUAUATIoN. (Jll V It M ;i I' t'ltll Op KICK. , ( I.KMNOION, Mtt., A lltsltM Mtl.lVH. i 1)1 Itl.K; MMICK im li.fl.y Kivni Mi:il llii 1 Mayor. 4 Uy Tntinril. Anwh or, ,itoinv. llUIHtr tlllil Murnhttl Will nil a ft r.oaiil nl hilllilll.:lllOII Oil I III' IIK H'Mf-HM'lll lllil UH I'clllriM .1 I'V Hi nH-H-or lot tlit- jc;ti IK't-ti. in iht I oimril I ImtiiiM-r ol Do- lily ol I, ini:loti, (miif i oVlork h . in. to I oVIork p in., on TI-KSIiAY, All. I SI n. 1kn. All i'oihi)hiii1h r.oiM-i'ioiiiu unnvhIiumiIh Mini I l itiiiiir-i iiiio unil i itt iiom-l in a miihiiiiii v IlluillMT, t'oi ii'irtiitu :inv riToi-t Ihitl itiuv UtH-:ir, urn I nniiMisinir or litninth'HK ?-m hhiih-hIh uh llii' Itounl ol h tiiKh..il ion i:t tlci in jtinL :iinl iqnitul Ii llyoi-lerol ftooni'-l. .1. kkllt Mo;i:,aI, l ily liv-vuh-i. liy C, C. Y allai it. o. i"' - im ;'.. I EXTRA BARGAINS FINE MOLASSES I' or the Next Thirty Days. . . Extra Vermont Maple riyrup, per gallon 90o same .'5 gallon lots 85c New Orleans Molasses, per gallon 50c name :$ gallon lots 45c Acme Drips, per gallon 50c same :i gallon lota 45o 4 Sorghum, per gallon '45c V Haiiie ,i ganou lois tou I'nie b'amily Syrup, per gallon.. -35c same :s gallon lots 30c Ve will sell gallon jugs for this molasses at 5c each. Try our Spray Wafers, something elegant in Ihe Cracker line, at Mir, per lb. D. m. SMITH CG., College Street & Franklin Avenue. MID-SUMMER . LEARANCE SALE ! ' n -AT ED. W. H. AHRENS' DRY GOODS BAZAAR. In order to get ready, and a . 1 1 stot'K oi goous mis ran, we now inaugurate tne Greatest Clearance Sale ever known in Lexington. All Seasonable Goods will be cut ' down in prices, regardless of cost. ; i REM2TAXTTS ! We have quite an accumulation of remnants on hand which we offer as "Special" Bargains, and in many cases will go for "Half Price." COME AT We assure yon it will be w, tiiuiiiw una a;ilr. PICTURE FRAMES ! """SBBBSBMSBBSBI PICTURE FRAMES! ; ; h-J' Owing to the large stock of Picture Mouldings I have on hand, I will for the ' r ic:vrr thirty make all Sizes and Styles of PICTURE FRAMES for 1-4 LESS THAN REGULAR PRICE J All th ose having Pictures to frame will save money by bringing them in at once. Remember the time, and dont lose the chance. E. G. L00MIS BO8tobe. Main Street, Lexington, Mo. W. F. KEKDOLFF, Jr., LIFE, ACCIDENT, FIRE & CYCLONE I IN MCR ANCE. HEAL ESTATE & LOAN AGENCY. JFAliM IjOANS ON LONG TIME. ' Office over Vaughan & McClelland's, back room.V; - inDrtltf 1 nr-ss CtMttNt-s. Sc-..ion begin. Sr'Ht-niber tti. ilk,.. A. 1. I i-l.tl. A. M., I.L.U., -wiJciuitcuAcut. tu )lliVItS I IKS l!C A It LI? KKNIDUftX'R FOR S il.K OIV rOI.K-..l-. STREET. UAVINt. iti'ti'imllMMl lo rrmove to s-gjb t n.t niiiali, I now oil' r Ioi-miIc my jp ,r-iiili'iii- on ll-n- hIl i l. t ontalnioR 1 Hit iiootl rotiiiot. Imili room, t-tt. There fcaiiiis tire al jo on Hi- iti.i'- a oo:l t.lahle and all urcea Hitiy out liiiililiin-i. Hint evi'iylliiiiK lain rum lilfle repair A liari!iii may lu- Ii .il aud I'Sy-HH-ntri mini to Mill lln- nir'l'ii-i' MOItltlM (JK.VTZ. JOHN POWELL, Tin Mliovi ciil ii'iircwntH llie limit v eeleliraWtt OVAL CHUR.. Tin- ir. nn Im-iiijc Kitlviinifl cannot riit al it tiiviiiK to tlit-ir it-ctiliar ronnlriit-tion, l.KAk AtiK. which im tlic moMt oliit-iMiiiiialilr li-alnrc In iinmi .Inn nu, is iiouilivi-ly ami entirely tilt lalt'tl . II intnliii'i'H mint liuller ol linmir paitui'il tiui'l- lv. I nun tin- nunit, I'lianltly ol cream, iu lias lime than mi v oilier elniru. I in ii- I i. in- "ciV Al." in lower than any olln-i' Hlnctly lliHl-claHn cliiirn. KVKUV OV Al. 111 liN WAItUANTKI. I gallon Ki.e II 111 hilt sl.i' Kiilltitt kui' Ill gallon Hia- .... I 2. I .Su :i 7 4 (m JOHN POWELL. to make room for and immense ... 1 .f.'.v V ONCE ! mney in your pockets to buy V ACADEMY the Wt,t. trurnislietl with eve ajoSt,l Bttildmif la Ttimv scm. hittiM ftW mm Daftrl u- tin rvtnv modem f nammci. modern coBvetueac. llr. AtUftUt or H Mi Palaw 4a- tut Ap!y early fur CsUitvue. AoVlrrw ajrVlrfl - yem fiui. U Wtxa. Uaivonlty U M.) UIWU ml Mrs. STANDI&H aoknt roa . Vibrating. Ostillatinf k Aula mallo Hi(hAraU SlNGERvSKWINGvMACHINE, . Emerson Piano and Kimble O reran. MAIN BT.. EAST COURTHOUSE, Lexington, Mo. Country Trade 8olii?Ttd! NOTICE!! Vt will slinrtlv fnon the A .' i FINEST ME AT MARKET i'vt'1- in tho city and will keep tin Im-sI of IWf, Pork, Mut ton, Voal mitt all kinds of fish, Lake and River, also all kinds ot Smoked and Salt Meats by the ear load. Respectfully i LEE BROTHERS. For Sale. . ,' Pevt rl aeeoad-baod tinHKle at ridlcotooii Iv low inli-es lo Ulake room. Juue'illl J. H. 8DIS, t ' I ii v.- 4 : : i. m mm i r V 1 -i ! Pi , -,-t 5 .