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THE LEXINGTON INTSriLiaJSISrOKK, SATUEDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1890. 1 iafu. bo' ... i i t i' i: '1 H CJecttfg gnteUigettcer. OFFICIAL. COUIVrV PAFEH. .SHORTS. For Bala Several second-hand veblcala at I dloulouilv low prloea to make room. J. H. deaden. J'tf Two hundred ilo:la c ass Una re ooati for men and boy, from 1 00 to 92 00 at Henry Binauer'a. auOtf : For 8le. The Muagrove bouie, corner of ; Mala and 10th atresia, l'rlce low. Terma to J autt. Inqalre at thii oflloe or address W . O . Mascrove, Medicine Lodge. Kansaa. tf "-rtlei wanting new goods and cbeap good ' MtfA mnna. liv valllm nn .1. IT. Winn. 0 Dover. oot!8t4 Mow la your time to get a valuable aewlng ' Baauhlna at ! thn nna. third lis value. Read our aplendid premium otter on tbe fourth pago. If vou do not baye a good sew ing machine now It will be your hull, tf On ator room aud .dwelling rooms in Dutch Row aqd . upstairs rooma, corner ot Ninth and Mam tor rent, A. Geyer. juylOf Two hundred alngle casslmere eoata for men and boya, from 11 60 to 92 60 at Henry Binauer'a. augiHf lire. 8. P. Arnold baa returned from au eastern purchasing trip and la now prepared to abow to her euatomera tbe Bueat ant! most complete line ot millinery good ever brought totblaelty. octlMtf Boya' panta at SO.oenta. at Greta's. o!8tf Wa nted. Active young man to manage brajwtrottu at Bedalla. Salary $900 par year. sassKtitt furnish beat referencea and $350 cash capital. Addreka room 8, rotter Block, Beda lla. Ho. t - ' 012812 A. handsome oil painting given to anv one buying twenlv-flve dollar worth of goods In cash, at J. F. Wlon'a, Dover. octl8t4 . John A; Thompson, executor of the estate ot W m. P. Thompson, deceased, by virtue of tbe power given blm aa executor of tbe last wilt aud testament of said deceased, will, on Saturday. November 82, 1890. between tbe hours of t o'clock a. ra. and 0 o'clock p. m In tront of the courthouse doer, In tbe city of Lexington, aell at publlo auction to tbe high at bidder, for cash, tbe farm of aald deceased. situated In tbe bottom. 4 miles west ol Well intton. containing 160 aorea, 140 acres of wblob la apleiidid cultivating land and tbe re- OA ....... ,lmh.. .nil n..lflr TJand. The description of tbe land as It ap- r pears In the o Hi tie of tbe recorder of deeds l as folio wa: Tbe northwest quarter of aectloo four (4). In township flrty (noj.of range twentyelght (28) In Lafayette county, Mia eourl. Any and all loqtilrle regarding said land and aale will be anawered by addressing John B. Blackwell, Lexington, Mo. ocUMd Found. A pair of apevtaclee. Call here for them. Mr. Wm. Price fell from a porch at ber residence last Sunday and broke a small bone In her left arm.. Jess Hogbes, colored, wbo wa recent ly sect from tola county to the state Insnne asylum at Fulton died there last Saturday Hon. H. C. Wallaoe baa been selected as poclal Judge to try tbe case of Maloney vs. Miller and Sat lor and for that purpose will bold a special term of tbe circuit court Mon day. Meeeri.Henry C. Wallaoe Jr. .and John M. ' Price were nominated for Justices' ol the pesos for Lexlogton township at a mass meeting of democrats held at the courthouse laat Saturday. Mr. D. J. Powell Informe ua that ba baa the second crop of oata, raised upon tbe aame groand tbla year, now ready for the reaper and that tbe present crop le apparently bet ter Ibaa tbe first. Next. Laat Toeaday'a Kansas city Times contato ad twenty-two pages of delinquent tax prop- arty advertised for sale, each Una being de . eorlpllve of a different lot. Not a very good vldenoeoi financial prosperity. Cblllieotbe le hsppy over Its grand Normal and Buelnesa college. Nearly 100 In commer cial department alone. Tbe actual business exchange w 1th tbe Electric City Buslneaa eol lege, of St. Joseph, plaoea tbla department head of anything In the weat. It Mr. T. V. Foster ahowed na tbla week eample of hla apples, taken promlseuoualy .from a large pile, without picking for tbe largest, three of wblcn. about an average ol the lot. weighed SO ouncea, or nearly three- fourtha of a pound each. He did not know the variety. Here ie another potato yarn: On tbe S2od day of August, Mr. Max Kempf planted patch of potatoes from seed raised tbla year, and laat Tueaday brought to tbia oflloe three as Uncsfflooin polatoea as wa ever aaw.wblch averaged 10 ounces each, the growth from aald planting. Ha also planted some on tbe lflib of (September, tbe topi of which ara how green and vigorous, with potatoes. In the hll f the average size of a ben's egg. Next. Mr. D. J. Powell brought to our office Tues day two turnipa of rare else, even for Lafay tu county, which were raised by him.. One ' of them weighed four pounds and the other weighed three pound and ten ounces. He alao brought na aa ear of white corn, not an exceptionally large one, but an unusual one from tbe fact that It contained, by actual count, over 1400 graina. Tbe corn waa raised ' by Mr. D. P. Powell. Mr. Powell reported that bla crop of potatoes waa better thl year, both la amount produeed per acre and In the nallty of tbe vegetable, than ever before. He saya hie field will produce over 100 bush le per acre. Tbe variety planted by diid wat the Lata Bone. Fort Seott Monitor, Oct. S: "There were fly ttartera In this racw, two of them getting tbe flag In the first beat Rosa Lee and Char lay A. The race, however, waa a good one John Carpenter, a grey gelding, owned by A Plxon, of Oswego, Kansas, took every beat la order, pressed exceedingly close by Cun filet, a year-old colt, owned by George W Bates, ol Batea Cltv, Mo.,m remarkable time Tbe first beat in t:32,aecund in J:83J. ami ibe third la 1:8S." Telegram. also owned by Mr Batea. won Sd money la tna tree for all rave a tbe 10m, driving Mountain Kny out S:2Ji the first beat, one quarter of whluh mado by Mouatala Boy in 8t second, a 2 -gala. Telegram made last quarter lu :id beat la same time, 84 second. ' Tbe tr:k wu fair half-mlla track only. Coorlct and Tle arram are both at borne. Toiegraio'a kuee being too sore to go further this aon. Corderi Died, four mile south of Csr.lrr Oct. 14tb,ot membraooua eroup, Lu'a. dsujcli ter of John M. and Neslla Klnxy, aged three rear. Her suffering, though Intense, lasted ly three daya. Four day before when tbe dear little girl wa gleefully playing wltb He areata little did tbey think they were so oon to follow Its cold body to tbe grava. So It la. "la Ufa we ara la tbe midst of death Died. Oct. 18tb, Willie F.. Infant sua of R W. and Lula Page. The dear little boy waa a great aula re r for more than five weeks But to-day he la beyond Ibe reaoh of pain and suffering; shielded la Ibe arm of Him wbo eaid, "Suffer llttte children to coma unto me. for of such Is Ibe kingdom of Heaven. Dled.in Mempbls,Teuo.,Oet. is.Merry Burke, vouogee soa of Borwell 8tarke, Esq., of tbts county. Merry left bis boyhood friend about three years ago to engage la business io Mem phis, fa the summer months of tbla year, ,1 graduaUd (n tbe commercial school of Memphis, and bad sf cured a lucrative posl ilea as traveling salesmaa. Hla purposes ware aoble, bia ambition great; but roan pro ad God disposes. Hla aged pareata I loving slater have tbe besrt-Jelt sympathy f the entire community. Mra. Battle Corder after an absence of more tbaa two weeks at' teading conference, In Clinton, and visiting lr tends sad relative In Henry oounty.reluro ad home a few daya since. Peacblng to-mor row at the Presbyterian and Baptist cburelies la tbe absence of Ibe pastor tbe old soldier of the cross. Key. E. Roth, preached at tbe Bap flat church last Sunday. It wa a great pleas are to those among whom be had labored la former years to agsla bear blm proclaim tbe .hM.rf.nt riches of tbe scriptures. Frank Burton. Jr., waa home on a visit Sunday Ursa Jessie Roth returned from a visit of geyaral days in St. Louie, xtonaay evening. . A valuable mare belonp to Dr. Samuel Banks, of Waverly. was stolen last Sunday nlgbt and $V9 Is offered by tbe doctor lur ber return. Mr, D. Uussell sold tbix week one road wagon to Mr. Gladdlsb, oue delivery wi,'on to Mr. D. UseAker and one spring waKou to Mr. Alex Sboaff. Mra. H. P. Jamison took a premium on her oil painting of a setter dog, at the Kausao City fair. Tbe aame painting also took a pre- mlum at Ibe Kansaa state fair, at Lawrence, recently. At the trial of Mr. Joseph Lightner last Monday for forpery, be proved so complete an alibi that tbe Judge Instructed tbe lury to tin, I a verdict ol not guiltr, which they did Immediately. Tbe republican central committee bas placed the name of P. K. Downs, ol Waverlv. on the republican ticket as tho candidate of that party for representative ol Lafayette county to place of ,100.8, Jones, who de- lined to make tbe rare. Cbllliootbe Normal, Actual Business ami Sbort Hand college, is tbe largest, least ex pensive and best school of its kind in the west. It baa tbe largest and strongest faculty 20 members and largest, bext luruUbed and moat comfortable building ot the kind la the slat. It Messrs. Warner, Davenport and Twitchell spoke at the opera bouse lat Thursday nlgbt to a crowd composed of throe-fourths negroes and one-tourti white republicans and demo crats. The aame old generalities were In dulged In and tbe enthusiasm was below aero. Tbe people of tbe west, even tbe most Ignorant, arc getting tbeir eyes open to tbe fact that a tariff la a tax. Mr., fboa. Young haa been having extreme ly bad luck recently. Following bis loss of time occasioned by hla being severely wound ed by a pitlol abot, came tbe loss of one of lii work horses. Then came bis removal from tbe police force for some reason or otlier,and now following this cornea tbe loss of another of bla work horses. Monday night Ibe horse waa taken alck anil lu order to make blm arise from tbe ground be waa struck with a hip. The animal upon being atruck arose wltb a Jump and atarted off In run and never alackened bis pace until be reached tbe McFaddln place, about two miles east of Ibis cltv, where he fell dead. Tbe several proposed amendments to the constitution and by-laws of the Lexington Building Loan Association were voted upon In tbe courtbouse Tuesday, and tbe election resulted In tbe unanimous adoption of 'be amendments. Over seven hundred aharea were voted. Parties not belonging to tbe association may now borrow money from tbe association, whan meiubere do not desire tbe money themselves. In addition to tbe association loaning money with which to build bouses, it can now purchase lor the borrower lots ou which to bu;ld. Tbe fides taxed against dellnqueut Shareholders bas been reduced by tbe newly adopted amend menta. Tbe numerous changes are all good ones, and the association Is now In a position where it oan do even more good for our peo ple and town than heretofore. Tbe aad newa cornea to u that Dr. Ed, N. Small died In New York a few daya ago from tbe effects of a surgical operation, since which time we learn that bia remains were follow ed to Ibe grave at Bedalla by probably the largest procession of people that ever asseto bled In that place lor auch a purpose. Dr. 8mall waa not more than thirty, yet be wax recognised In bla profession as one of tbe ris ing men of Missouri. At an early an age be bad become tbe chief surgeon of tbe Missouri, Kansas A Texaa railway, and he enjoyed be aide large aud lucrative practice. As great bonor aa nla intellect brought blm It was to tboae wbo knew blm tbe qualities of bia heart which most appealed to them. A braver man. a more manly man.a man truer to bis friends, more generous, lavish ol bla band, bla purse, bis time, and himself, never lived than Ed. Small, and it was for this that young and pld. rich and poor, huudreda wbo bad known and loved blm, aadly and tearfully followed bun to bis last resting place. Tbe wife wbo la now a widow baa wltb ber tbe moat profound sympathy of a multitude of friends. Uncle Billy Blue" for many yeara, until recently, a familiar person upon our' streets, died at the farm of Mrs. A. N. Suddath.about six miles south of this city, on Saturday mornluK, October 18, aged 111 yeara montba and 6 days. He was probably tbe oldest man In tbe state, If not in tbe United States, and up to last fall, at which time be bad an attack of tbe grippe, be bad always enjoyed robust health, but since then be bad rapidly failed, but was able to go about tbe larm and attend to many light dutiea and oc cadonally visit town. A sbort time before be died be bad eaten a hearty breakfast, bad Just helped hie wife wash up tne dishes and was In tbe act of carrying tbe dishwater out when as be stepped from tbe door, be waa death stricken, gave a gasp or two and waa dead before bis wile, wbo bad aeen bint fall, could reach blm. .He waa born a alavc In the Hop kina family, at Winchester, Va., and lor many years was engaged aa porter at Bush rod Hopkins' hotel at that place, which In early yeara waa a great resort for gamblers and sporting men Irom all over tbe union wbo when In tbelr cups or fortunate at play were very liberal to the polite and attentive. servant wbo was always at band to minister to tbeir every wlsb. In tb's way, being of a saving disposition, be accumulated enough money to purchase his freedom and after wards that of bis wife. Wben tbe war's lr mbloua tlmea came In Virginia, about 1801 he removed to tbla county, where he bas re ided ever aince, respected by all wbo knew hiui. both white and black, and bis funeral wai largely attended by the bast people of tbe neighborhood, at Oak Grove church. Sun day, October 10. Hla friend and ncighbor.G A. Shull.purcbssing for bim an elegant colli n and seeing to all tbe details so tbat be should have a burial such as bla long and faithful friendship datorved: corner: Key. V. B. McFarland entertain ed his sister and her busband. Mr. and Mrs, Bristol, of Monmouth, III., a few days last week. Tbry left Friday evening for Kansas ;lty,wbere tbey will visit friends. Mr. J. P ilordnn went to Ksnsts City Saturday even ing in met bla wife and children, wbo bave been vistmg Mrs. Gordon 'a parents at Las Vcitv. N. M. Tbey returned Sunday even ing Mr. Leslie Wilson, wbo I teaching near Waverly, apenl a few hours In our city Minduy etenlng. Miss lla Gilliam spent 4aliinlsv and Sunday here with relatives Prof. Krnk Burton, of Clarksburg college spent Saturday and Sunday here wltb rela Uvea and friends. Miss Marshall, of Lexing ton srwnt Maturday and 8uoday here tbe guest of ber friend. Miss Lizzie Bine. Mr. John Peeples and alater. Miss Reltia, weut to Odessa, Sunday, to attend tbe marriage of tbeir brother. Mr. Joe Peeples, to Miss Ann Bolen, of that city. Tbey returned here Bun day evening, and Mr. Peeples took bis bride to the borne he bad In readiness for ber. Mrs. J. r. Groves spent Saturday In Marshal! Mrs. fluntsaker and Miss liattie McFarlaud spent several daya In Kansas City the first of the week. Miss Ida Couklln returned borne from a very pleasant visit with friends, at KMlesyllle, Saturday evening. Rev. Mr, Roth preached at tbe Baptist church last Sun day morning during the absence of the pastor, Rev. Cockrell, wbo was engaged lo a pro tracted meeting In Blaukburn. Mr. Jas. M Ltvengood, wbo lias been quite sick for some days, Is better. Tbe relatives of Mr. Merry Starke reoelved a telegram last frlday niorp Ing telling tbem of hi death. It was a great abock to tbein, as Just the day belore they received word be waa belter. Ills family bave tbe heartfelt sjmpathy of tlielr mm friends Jp tbe great trouble wblch bas come to tbem. Although "Merry" bad been absent from bia borne for seversJ years, bis friend snd acquaintance of former year stil) tp memhered bun with affection and klnduevs aad ihelr worda of sympathy to his sorrow ing psrents, sisters and brother are sincere. Tbe Bey. Loos, of Higginsville. preached Ibe funeral ol little child ol Mr. Page, at tbe Preabyterlao aburch.last Sunday afternoon. Mlsa Jessie Roth returned from a pleasant trip to St. Louis. Monday evening. Mr. Ed Roberts and Miss Fannie Itedtllck, bulb of this place, were married Tuesday evening by the Rev. L. Redsworth, at the residence of tho officiating minister. The reduction salo at Linwood Lawu atock farm, Thursday, was well attended and tbe prlcca paid were very satisfactory. Mr. Andrew C. Moffatt, a relative of Mrs. J. D. Councr.ol this city, waa killed by a Mo. 1'. train at Marion crossing, Jackson county, last Thursday. Mr. Walter Wbltaetl, formerly of this city. now on the police force in Kansas City, and Miss Josie Kaster, of this city, were granted license to marry lo Kansas City, Wednes day. Tbe William -Jewell l.ite'srv ."ncletv of Baptist Kemsle College will give the Hrat open sessiiin ol I Ills school year iu the college Impel lu'xt .Miimlav nbtbt and Invitations have bft'ii sent lo tne Irlends ol the society's mem iits. Mr. Willi tin Pointer l at the Grand lieu- tral bole! this week with hU patent burglsr larm aud electric call bell. It Is a wonderful Invention and be If meeting with the let ol ucces in introducing it In Lexington. He Is pulliui; the bells in all the uollei;es and in lliauv f the tlneHt residences In the ciiv. The Gram! Central Una adopted the a aient and the lirst annunciator ever In the city will lie 11 operation there uext week. Mr. Pointer is looking for an agent to handle I he cnuotv. A live, energetic man Van lind lucrative em- plojuient by utlliug or addressing lino at the (3 rami Central. Concordia: Everything movlug along I ulut ly iu huslness circles. The cold map lately caused many persons to don tlielr over coats of mornings. There were two addition to Ibe lisp! 1st church last Sunday r-igut. The hoi; cholera has made its appearance near this seel 1011 of the country aud in all proba bility will carry off many best! of bogs. Kuril, to Ibe wile of Louis Thelruan, October twins; mother aud children dolug well. Viin western district of the Lutheran branch of religion. Including Arkansas. Missouri and Kuusas. have built an addiliou to tbelr col- e;e which is located In Ihe southwestern ;jrl of town. There are three teachers iu this college and the students th it attend are edu cated for preachers in the Lutheran church. The luiliou and board at ibis college is much cheaper than at any olber school we know of. M. Rercinan will feed one carload of cattle and two of hogs tbis winter. Owing to the weather the corn is not drying very last. Major Warner and Twlcbell, on October 23. addressed the republicans of Concordia and vicinity. Tbe young men and ladies here ill participate in a tiptoe walk-along at tbe ball, Tbuisday uigbt of tbls week. Schools all progressing nicely, wilb good attendance. Mr. M. Bergman bought 40 acrea of G. M. Simpson last week; consideration $700. Mr, Steflens also bought of Mr. Simpson lorty acres lying on Davla creek; consideration $700. Mr. Simpson sold forty acrea to D. E. Frerklng for $050. This is more land selling than there baa been around here for some time. Tbe above three tracts of land are on tbe roulb side ol Davie creek, about two aud one-half miles northwest of here. We heard tbe toot of ibe threshing machine engine again this week, which brluga tbe Idea to our minds tbat the farmers are not through threshing vet. Tbe opening social event of tbe season, and one of tbe most successful affairs of tbe kind in the history of Lsxiogton society, was the Owl Club's Initial reception, which was held at Maxell's oiera house last Monday nlgbt. Everything bad been prepared In tbe most elaborate style and about 100 of tbe leading society people of Lexiugton aud quite a num ber from distant places assembled to enjoy the pleasurable things that had been prepar ed lor tncm. a: iu o clock tbe ball was crowded with ladles dressed In the belghtb of style and gentlemen dressed In full dress sill's. At this hour the excellent orcbestrs composed of Messrs A. Homrr, I'. Krlebn H. Schmidt, Ed Zeller and Jos . Ult, began tbe discoursing of tbelr best music and all Ihe guests (olnnd in tbe grand march, the line being headed by Mr. R. E. Smith of tbla city. and Miss Jeunle 1'aulloe Clark ton, of Kan sas City. At tbe close of tbe grand march elegant dance programmes were banded to each person present, snd dancing began in earnest and was continued until about one o'clock, when supper waa announced. We feel safe In saying that a more elegant apread than the ooe wltnesaed by tbe guest up in tbelr entrance Into tbe dining room was never seen in ' tbls city. There were two tables extending almost tbe entire length of the room. At each were aeata for about fifty persons. At intervals along tbe tables were large pyramids of bananas, orangea and grapes, cut flowers forming Ibe top of each pyramid, excepting tbe central one, upon wblch waa perched the 'masoof'of tbe club an owl, made of plaster of Parle and bright. ly gilded. On the two tablea were twenty one beautiful cakes, almost eyery kind imagln able being included In tbis number. Tbe menu consisted of boiled bam, smoked ton gue, oyster, chicken and aalmon salads, pickle, beaten biscuit; coffee; cake. Ice cream lemon ice and pine apple ice; fruit. After supper dancing was resumed and was con tlnued until 4 o'clock a. m., at which time everybody had left tbe hall. Tbla will be tbe last formal reception the club will give tbis year, but tbeir rooma are now open to any snd all friends of tbe club, anJ aome ol the m rubers will alwaya be found there ready to receive tbem. Peraoualltloa Miss Virgie Cash la visiting friends here Mr. A. L. Utt spent Thursday in Kansaa Citv. Mrs. John C. Young, Jr., is visiting her parents. In Lamonte. Mra. Lewie Neale and daughter, Mlsa Julia spent Monday In Kansas City. Rev. K. P. ltyland, of Pleasant Hill, apent Tuesday here with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs.T.T, 8trarackeare home from a visit to relatives in St. Louis. Mrs. Geo. Mullinix left for a week's visit to friends in Kansas City, Wednesday. Rev. E. C. Gordon returned from a bus! ness trip to Virginia Saturday morning. Mr. John Keitbly went out ou a canvassing lour for the Lexington Nursery Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Sbults spent Wed nesday iu Independence and Kansaa City. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. MuGrew returned Sat nrday from a trip to St. Louis and Chicago, Miss Alice Cox, of Kansas City, arrived here Thursday evening and entered C. F. C Mrs. J. J. Nesblt, tu Mary Weber, of Wichita, Kansas, ia here visiting ber parents Mr. Jos. Wolf left Tbuisday morning for a visit to bis son, Mr. Ed Wolf la Springfield Mr. E. M. Harrelson and wife, of Rich Ulll, are visiting friends in tbis city and county. Mr. Jos. A. Edmonds returned home Tues day from a yloll to his sister. In Caldwell county. Miss Lutle Chambers Is borne from a visit to relatives in Louisville, Ky and JeUersop City, Mo. Judge John K. Ryland and wife attended the funeral of Dr. Ed. N. Small, in Bedalla Tuesday. Mrs. John R. Ford and Mls Carrie Ryland returnod from a Visit lo St. Louis Saturday morning. Misses Jennie and Matlie Grime spent Saturday in Kausas City and Sunday in Iude prndence. Mrs. Wiu. 3. Clagett Is homo after spend ing the summer with ber parents. In Calla way pouuiy. Mr. f un Spruce has sold his property and Will remove to Los Angoes, Caljforpie. early npxt pioiitb. Mr. W. If. Chiles, who had quite severe altauk of Intermittent fever. Is able to bp about again. Mrs, Kred Kobluian, after a week's visit to ber parrots, returned to ber borne, in Kansas City, Sunday. Miss Kittle Fulkerson returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Jerseyvllle, Ills, Saturday morning. Miss Clls Carter, who has beeen at Fort Brldger, Wyoming, for several months, re turned Monday evening, Mr. Arcb Fulkerson is still struggling with seyere attack of fever. He is improving each day now. boweyer- Mrs. John E. Burden and little Arllne re lumed from a visit to relatives in Edwards ville, Ills., Monday evenlpg. Mrs. W. G. Eggleston. who baa been visit ing relatives at bar old borne, Jerseyvllle, Ills., returned borne Saturday morning. Mr. J. M. Lauderback and wife, ol Dover, are in Kansaa City having a aurgical opera tion performed upon tbeir little son'b feet. Mr. Wm. Payne and Miss Mary ltuoorte.of Payne'a Depot, Ky., are in tbe city visiting tbe former's sou and tbo latter' uncle, Dr. N. B. Payuo. Mr. Herbert Williams and his mother ar rived borne from Lebanon, Tuesday, where the latter bas been for sometime for tbe ben efit of ber health. Dr. W. K. Gosewisrh will leave for Los Angeles, California, about tbe middle of next mouth, as bis healili will not permit biiu lo winter in tbls climate. Miss Pauline Clarkson.nf Kansas Clly.came down to this city last Saturday night to attend tbo Owl club's recepliou and to visit Iriends aud relatives. She returns home to-morrow morning. Mr. Win. Tale and mother, of Louisville, Ky., after spendlug several days wltb their many old friends In Ibis city, left Monday for visit to relatives aud friends In St. Joseph nd vicinity- Mrs. L. B. Atkleson and cbildren.wbo bave been spending the summer here, left for their borne. In Conway, Arkansas, last Tuesday. Tbey were Hccompauied by Mr.J.A.Grahaiu, wbo will spend the winter there. Miss Florence II u ford, wbo has been quite ill foi sometime past wilb malarial fever, was able to be nut driving last Monday. Miss Florence Is a favorite wltb all who know ber and her mauy Irltnds are rejoiced to see ber out again. Mrs. A. V. Robinson. Mrs Jas. K. Marrs, Miss Mary Rail. Rev. V. W. Eason, Rev. II. M. Richardson, Hon. II. V. Wallace, Mr. R. Jesse and Prof. W. A. Wilson have been In attendance at the Baptist astoclaliou meet ing, 111 Independence, this week. Mrs. W. G. Musgrove after spending ten days wilb friends at this place and Sweet Springs, left Wednesday morning for Inde pendence to attend the Baptist association meeting. From tbere she will go to ber borne, in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. Mr. Jas. Milton, formerly of Callfornia.but more recently of Colorado City, Col., has returned home after a pleasant visit to bis mother -and brother, near tbe Flournoy school house. We understand he Is soon to draw for a prize In tbe matrimonial lottery. Mr. Lulher Waymao went up to Kansas City Wednesday to have ber arm, wbicb was brokeu several montba ago aud bas since been stiff aud useless, dressed by Dr. Grlflin, ol horn she can find no words ol praise too good to say. She had been able to put ber baud up to ber mouth twice since Dr. Griflln re-broke ber arm and re-set it. i'hB ALTAR. Near (V averly. Oct. 21, by Rev. Lamar Bedswortb, Mr. A. H. KUECK aud Misa M. NOKVELL. At tbe residence of Mr. Jno. Asber. In Waverlv. October 22. Mr. HARRISON STEELE and Mra. MARY C1IRISMAN. At tbe bride's residence, in Dover, October 19. by Rev. W. T. Russell. Mr. W.T. COLE and Mrs. MATTIE HICK AM. At tbe home of tbe oflieiallng minis ter. Rev. Bedswortb. near Tbree Groves, at midnight. Oct. 21. Mr. G. K. BOBEKTS and Miss FANNY C. KEDDICK. Tbey bave loved long and true. Mr. Roberts is a Cbrlstiau yo-ing mm. Industrious and economical and will provide well for her whom he baa cboaen for life. Misa Fanny ia loved by all wbo know ber and will be to ber choice a true and faithful wife. A happy union both esteemed by all and resolved to live one for tbe other. May tbe blessing of Heaven rest upon tbem through li'e. IIARKIH-TUKNKIt. Kansas City Journal, October 10: "At the family residence. Thirty-ninth aud Wyandotte streets, on Wednesday evening of !at week. Mlsa Jorlnna Harris was married to Mr. Wil liam Mather Turner, of Cincinnati, Rev. A. D. Madeira olllciallng. Tbe attendants were Miss Elma Dickinson, of this city, and Mr, Guy Taylur, of Cincinnati; Mia Mollie Roberts, ol Independence, and Mr. Johu liar rls, brother of tbe bride. Tbe two parlors were softly lighted and beautifully decorsted with cut flower. Tbe bridal party entered tbe room to the sweet strain of Ibe wedding march from 'Lohengrin,' and took their places in abeautlfu.ly draped and gurlandud bay window ol tbe back parlor. Tbe bride wpre a cream surah, made demt-triin. sbort puffed sleeves, low corsage garnished wltb soft cream lace and gros grain rlbbou.sbouldvr glove ot cream undressed kid. and carried a bouquet ot bride roses tied with cream rib bons. Tbe bridesmaids were also becomingly costumed In gowus of primrose crepe wltb girdles of cream silk wrought In gold, sbort puffed sleeves, low corsage, shoulder gloves of cream undressed kid. Tbe gentlemen wore tbe regulation full dress. After congratula tions, a delightful supper was served In a roso-scented aud flower-bedecked dining room. Tbe groom Is a successful young busi ness man of Cincinnati, and waa accompanied by a younger brother, Mr. Al Turner.of Bur lington, Iowa." Tbe aame article gives the nimes of tbe following from Lexington, who were present at the wedding: Judge W.T. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. John Eggleston. Mrs Kate Ewlog, Miss Maria Wood and Young Ewieg. lls Rena is well-known in this cltv and ber bosts of friends wlsb her many years of happiness. THK OHADI.JI. Rorn'-In this city. October 22, to the wife or Mr. William Moore a g!rl. In Waverly, October 2:1, to tbe wife of Mr. Jas. Williams a boy. THE TOMB Died Niar Higginsville, October ia.inf.tnt daughter ol Mr. and Mr. Jobn Klnxy, aged 2 yeara and 6 mouth. At bis borne, uear t'onordls. Out. 13. Mr. D. GETTING, aged U7 years. In Odessa, October IK, at 0 o'clock a. mIlAltllY P.. son of Mr. aud Mrs. J. K. Pearcy, aged 10 years. In Chicago, Ills., October 20. Mr.J AS. W. FINLEY, Sr.. uncle of Mrs, Wm. B. dhullx and Mis Hue Klulcy, of this city. At Sodavllle. Linn county. Oregon Oct. 1st, WILLIAM M ASTKKSON. son of Lazareib Mssterson.one of tbe early pioneers of tbls county. At tbe residence of bis grandmother. in St. Louis, October IU. LEST Kit HOWARD MCFADDEN, aged H years and tf months, Tbe lad will be remembered as the little cripple wbo formerly resided here wltb his grandfather, the late Alex. MoFadden. At Sweet Springs. October 20. Miss JUDITH D. VAUGHN, aged U0 year aud B montba. Tbe following facts connected with tbe life are kindly lurnlsbed us by a Irlend who had known ber long and well: Mlsa Judith D. Vaughn, daughter of the late Hr. John and Mary J. Vaughn, depart ed this life at Sweet Springs, Saline county, Ml-sourl, Outobor 20, 1890, at tbe residence of ber good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wilson, rjcr health has been declining for several years. Deoeaaed wa born in Greensburg, Green county, Kentuck.von tbe 8rd day of May. 1330. and was uonsenuentlv in tbe sixty-first year of Iter age at the time of iter ueatn. Her lather. Dr. John Vaughn wbo resided for many years in this city, will oe rememoereu ny our oiuer citizens, as a man of hlgb moral character. Una inlelli. genue and ao excellent tihyslolan Tho mother of deceased, was a Winston and con nected with aome of the best families of Kentucky aud Tennessee. Deceased leavea two sisters, both unmarried. Misses KHz and l'atsey Vaughn. the former realties in Carrollton, Missouri, ami the latter in Koanoke, Itandolpb county, engaged iu and has been for Years engaged in tiis. liiiu' A uot per slat r. Mrs. Uouston. and tlinir only uj ouier ur, n iiiHiuu vaugl III. Uluq III oi; near Carrollton, Carroll county. Mo., several years since. The widow ot Dr. Winston Vaughn with three children, a aon and two daughters.are slill living in Carruillim. )c pelted, familiarly called and known bv her Irlenusa "lllss Judy," was a lady of rire mental endowments, superior culture, and unwearied devollou to her chosen and li-i work of teaching. Her Hue cnlture.teiiauious memory, versaiuiv or tsieut.natlve sprightli ness and bnuyanev of disposition, r.-iulorced by extensive travel and largo aciiiiaintanu e won i tie neai, most reuncu aud educated people of Missouri. Kentucky and Tpkiii,..a msd her cbarmlpg cgnYtionl powers I tun more attractive auu rendered her an ornament to society and a welcome guest in Hie boojea of bdr fi lends wherever she went.' Aa a teacher sbs was earnest, lallhful. enthu siastic and indefatigable, and has left the impress of her excellent moral and intellec tual character upon hundreds or bur pupils scattered throughout Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee. Ibe state lu which her life work was dope. and so well done. Above all "Miss Judv," was an Intelligent and deyoted Christian woman, aud died happily. Jot fully and in full anticipation of a hle.s. , immortality beyoud tbe grave. W RoliglOUH. Communion service at the Presbyterian church to-iuonow morning at the usual hour. Rev. Cal. Lillrell will preach at Edenview church to-morrow morning at the usual hour. Regular services at the M. K. church, South, to morrow morning at 11 o'clock and in tbe evening at 7:!!0 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:110. Rev. B. II. Dupuy, of Higginsville, will preach at Prairie church to-morrow morning at It o'clock and administer the sacrament ol the Lord's Supper. A protracted meeting will commence at Maple Glen school house next Monday nlgbt and continue each night during the week.i on- d iclcd by Keys. K. 1. Gordon and N. II. Mc Cain. Miss Rose Goehner, the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J no. Goabner, of this city, took tbe veil at 'it. Uiuih last Sun day and entered the Convent of the Sacred Heart. Mr, and Mrs. Goehner went down to attend the ceremonies. CRIMINAL COURT INQS. PROCEED- If Til DAY, OCTOHKH 17. The inllnwiuir were the proceedings of Hie criminal court last Kriduy alter t'le hour ol our going lo press: Mate vs. .101111 itenica, uunirucung puniic road; nolle entered Kl ile vs. Cornelius unit's, ousiruciing nubile road; nolle entered. t he grand iury returns Indictments as lol- lows: Jos. It. Biirneti, assault lo kill, a true hill; David Lyons. Sr.. assamt to kill, a true bill; Adiiin Nlckl.iua, grand larceny, a true hill. t:. It. Hall and li. uoouwin recognized In the sum nl'Sloilearh lo appear in conn Monday . State vs. Adam NicKlaus, granil larceny ; lor lelturr or recognizance taken against his secur ity, Jainvs Wenlworiu. SIXTH DAY. OCTOBER 2(1. Slate vs. Willis Clark, assault with intent In kill; deleiuimil flies motion lor new trial and In arrest ol Judgment; recognizance taken lu the sum of t.rioll for Hie appearanse of dclendsnt on the SSin Inst- state vs. Divlil ivnns. r.. assault In kill: plea o( not guilty entered; Wm Wulker chosen special Judge; defendant gives MM) bond tor his appearance st next term or court mate va. niai i, aiaer. gamming; ueienuani found guilty and punishment assessed al a tine or i uo. rrr Stale vs. Jos. It. Harnett, assault to kill: plea of not guilty entered; 11. C. Wallace chosen as special judge; defendant gives aTiOU bond lor his appearance October '. Slate vs. .ios ijigmner. lorgerv seconu de gree; attachment issued for .Ios. Kogers; cause heard by jury, who, upon instructions of tbe court, llnd defendant not guilty. NINTH DAY, OCTOBER 22. Grand Iury returns indictments as follows: True bills against six defendants for ael Ing Honor without license; llohert Sandil'er.lar- oeny irom uwuiung nouns a truo bill; Joaepb itowmnn, assault to kill, a true bill J. S Itosenbloom. obtaining property by false pre tense, a true bill Slate vs. Joseph Bowman, assault to kill: idea of uot guilty entered; Wm. II Chiles elected special judge; delendant gives .'SM) bund lor his appearance on r rmav anil llles motion lo quasi! urstc.uiini in ui'iicimem. Slulovs. Robert Samlil'er. larcenv: li'.ea of not guilty entered; deiemUut gives 50"J bond lor bla appeuranoe on naiuruay. Stale vs. Willis Clark; motion for new trial heard end taken under advisement. Grand jury makes returns as lollows: Charles Kobins am! William It ussy, arson tlilid degree, ignored; inos u ay, assault lo kill, n true lull Slate vs. Thos Clay, assault to kill; pleu ol not guiiiy en wren aim trial sei lor Huiuiiiay. TKNTII DAY, OCTOBER 1. Ststj vs. Joseph Williams, felonious wound ing; pleaol not guiliy enlertd; delendant gives s.siuooiii mr nis aiuiearance Tlti sdav. Stale va J. S. Itosenbloom. obtaining money bv false pretence, plea of not guilty enieredi deienuani uies ;sju uonu lor ins appearance al the next term 01 court. State vs. Edward liardner. alias, Edward Mrallon disturbing the peace; delendant found guilty and punishment assessed at a line ol t'j anu cosis. Slate vs. Tillman llerrv. lorgerv second de gree; plea ol guilty of Irogery in third degree enu-reu. tirand urv returns and repirtsas lollows Joseph W. Itiiwman. assault with Intent to kill and leionious woim.llng, a true lull. KI.KVRNTII DAY, Ol'TOHBR H. State vs. Luther Hnrson. petit larceny; evi dence taken autt canst; submitted to iury Stale vs. Purler llelaney. assault lo kill; plea 01 not giimy enicreil. Stale vs. JosepU Y Ituwman. assault to kill a second Indictment having been lound againal defendant by Inn grand juiy this ludlclmenl la iniasneii. State vs J. W. Itowman, assault to kill ant leloiiiuus wounding: ilelendjnt arraigned and plea ol not Ki'ty entered; Wm. II. Chilis chosen special juoge to try Ihe c ise; de ten dm' placed under t'sHJ bond lo appear in court Irom day to day; defi-iidsnl llles motion lo iiash third count m the uidleliueul. Court alill in Kraslon. Ihe board of education examined school desks last Wednesday for the new building Nine competitors wilb snmplvs snd two by let ter entered for competition. Tne board awarded the contract to the Union School Furniture Co., liattie Creek, Mich .for ahmii Jnu desks, lo b delivered sometime in December. Two room will be seated with single desks for high school. and the other six rooma with double desks snd separate aeata. These desks are made wilb .the new automatic seals, which lolds Itseli after the pupil leaves his seat and works up or down without the use of Ihe hand. The tower or the Kpltcopal church, recently completed at the expense ot Judge J. K. Smith, adds lo the appeuranoe of the building gre illy. Tne improvement was made by Judge Smith as a memorial to hia d-ad tutu r ami m ittntr wbo were form my vsars member of this church and died in its communion. A marble slab is set In the wall ah tut midway of Ihe tower and Immediately over the entrance, with the Insert ion "In memory of ltoberl N. and Mary M. milh " It is expected that a chime of bells will also anoi: be placed in the tower, which is now being beautifully finished III oiled wood work. Contral Notes. Mis Fannie and Anua Tabb spent Sunday at tbeir borne near Dover. Miss Alice Cox, from Kansas City, arrived and entered college on last Wednesday even ing. Ml Pauline Clarkson, an "old" atudent. greatly beloved wben with u at Central, Is visiting friends In tbis cltv. Mis Dona Scratch who has been quite sick (not at all seriously, however.) Is convales cent. We hope tbe will be able.in tbe course of a day or so. to resume ber school dutiea. On tbe after noon of last Tueaday, instead of taking our regular walk. Mis Smith. Ihe teacher on duty, allowed us to spend tbe time lb out door games, Tbev were enjoyed very much by the girls. Cadet Jones waa "general manager." Mrs. Kobt. Tallinn in and daughter, Mia Fauule, Mrs. Herndnn and Mr. Henry Kramer .called on friends at tbe college Tues day evening. Mr. Herndon wa lormerlv one of Central's music teachers. She now resides I u hap sas City. The Roy. W. J. Carpenter, pastor ol the Methodist clinch in tbe city, conducted our ubapel exercises one morning this week- We were glad to have him with us, aud hope he will oome often. Ilia little daughter. Ollie. bas entered our primary department. Tbe Euterpenn Society held iu llrst meet ing in the College parlor, Saturday eveuing, October IS, Tbe programme rendered on tbe occasion, consisted of select lous from Uethoveu and Kuhenstein.aud sketches of the lives ol these two gr at composers. Tbe evening was one replete wilb eujoyiuenl aud instruction. Madati)e Itlltz, Misses tlorpeny, Cobb, Nettle and Florence Clenuiieu, of our lacul ty, attended the reception given bv tbe "Owls" last Monday evening. They report a most pleasant tlipe Indeed; have given u glowing descriptions of the evening's enter tainment. We wish it understood that many of us girls had Invitations, but wc cotil I not aparu Ilia titue, being too muu'i devoted to our books. School girls. Just as they ought to do, have a specif I distaste for parties, re ceptions, and the like. Our time will va me bye ami byo. Notieu to Df mocrats. Wc will bold a Hireling In the lower court room uext Thursday night at ":.'!() o'clock. for the purposa of reorganizing a democratic l)auiheai club AH young democrats are in yited Id In: prusciil ami all Itie old members It. F. ItVMNII. I MAS. MilN iuo.MK.lt y A IVinUllll tVUHKIIIt. Mr. Frank Huffman, a ouiig man of Hurling ton, Ohio, stales that he Had been iindir Ihe care of two promiieut physicians, ami used tlielr treatment until lie yui ,iot aie p gel iikiiiu I. ihey pruuunnneii ins ease to he (on- sumpltou and initio able, lie nut persuaded lo try Dr. King's New Discovery for Conaump lion, I ougii ami t unis ami at licit ltnr was nol aide p wit's acroo.i he vlrert without resting. e lound, belore he hail iimiI hall of a dollar botlc. that he was much belter j he continued 10 use jt aipl IS lM-day enjuvmu good health. you have any Throat , Lung or I'besl Trouble try it. We guai auti e snlialai'lion, Trial hntlle tree at L. Farmer's drug store, no 5 IT IS FOR YOUR GOOD TO READ THIS! As we make a change in our business January jst, we are compelled ro sell our entire stock of CLOT Jf ING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AT THE LOWEST PHICESI ever made in Lafayette County. We will have no "Special Sales, but will sell everything. Come in d be convinced. M. NOTICE! I will have an announce ment to make in next week's paper that will INTEREST YOU ! Call at my store in the mean time and I will tell you all about it. F. C. CONDON By the way, goods go cheap just now. For Sale. Several second-hand bungle at ridiculous ly low prices to make room. une21ll J. li. Bkndk.n. Nottoe. Wa wlsb to Inform achool director and other Interested, tba'. we bave again manu factured a lot of our celebrated School Desks, wblcn we will aell at very low prices. Re spectfully, aStf WinklkrFusnitukk Co. Bucltlen's Arnica Saive. The best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Klieuiu, (fever Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, (Jbllbl,in, Coras, and all Bk In Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. 11 Is guaranteed lo give ree lect satisfaction, or money reiunueu. rnce twenty live cents per box. For sale by Leroy Parmer. ocllSyl You are in a Bad Fix llut we will cure vou if you will pay us. Our mess-se Is to lb weak, nervous and debilitated, who, by early evil babit, or later Indiscretions, bave trifled away their vigorof bodv, mind and manhood, and wbo sufler all those effects which lead to prem dure decay, consumption or insao!? ty. If this mean you, aend for and read our liook of Life, written by tbe greatest specialist of tbe day, and sent ta.aledj for six cents in stamps. Ur. Farker'a Medical and Surgical Institute, I'd North Spruce street, Nashville, Tenn. augauyl FINAL. SETTLEMENT. TkXOTICK I Hereby given loall creditors ao.l X olber persons Interested In the estale cl Martha B. Silver, deceased. Ihat th undei si lined. executors, will apply to make a dual set tleaieat of aald estate, at tbe Nov, term, lautl, cd the Probate court of Lafayette county, Missouri to be begun and held at tne probate court room In the Cuy oi Lexington, on the second Monday In November, pjdu. W. B. and !. It. SILVKK, octm Kiecutors. FINAL. SETTLEMENT, VJOTICKIs hereby given loall creditor an I ll other persons Interested in the estate o1 Ueorge W. Confer, deceased, that the undei signed, adtn nislratora, will apply to m k. a ilnal settlement of said ealate.ai the )oviiber term. 181. ol the probate court of Lalav eile county, Miaaoiul, tu he beguu and be I al Ibe t'ruhute couil rooui lu the city ol Lexington.on the second Monday in Novemlier, U'.J K. A. and W. M. ( (iltliKlt. ocMIS Administrators FINAL. SETTLEMENT. NOTIC'K is hereby given to ail creditors au I other persons imeiesled in the estate f Fritz Alewel, deoeaaed, that ttie undersign id, administrator, will apply to make a llunl Kettlruieut ol said estate at the ISjuy taller term, iHtio, ol tbe Probate ocnrt of l.siayeite county , Mlasuuri, M begn atd held al the Probal J court room, lit the city of Lexington, on, the second Monday in tyoveiuher, iWKl. 4(B.tifttAN AMCWICI., 0014 ! Administrator. AOMINISTHATUR'S NOTICE? LETTr-HS of administration on the estate ol ktarltia laue Heuuett, deceased, were grant ed to the undersigned on tne 'JUih .lay 01 Sep tember, IMS), by the Prolate court tlf l-afay-e'.te county, M-soil-. All persons b&viug claims againat aald est: li are required lo exhibit llivni lor allowance 10 lie aduiinl-iirator within one year alter the date o said lellersor thuy inav be precluded from nil) beueutof sucb estate; aud II such claims be no:. exhibile i within two years irom the dale 01 ibis publication they will be lorever barred. This ''.'III day of September. Ibiii). ALK AN I) rill llKfjUlhTl'. " Auillinislralnr, TKIIKTKE'N RALE. Wil ERICAS, .lelue 1.. Neer. by hia certain deed of trim, dated ihe -Mill (jay ol uxuit. l-MM, and recorded In lle oiUV.e of Hie recorder ol deeds lor ,lnveite comity. Mi sour I, In book tit, at pane coiivevol lo Ihe undersigned as trustee, Ihe following describ ed real estate situate, lying and benm in ihu county of l.afeyetie, in Ihe slale of Missouri, to-wil : The wetluairof Hie noiilim-.l iUrier aud the northwest tjnarler of the aoutheani ifiisr ter and the northeast quarter ol me souitiwe.t utiarP r, ail in section eliihlren (IH) . townalnii liny (OU) ol range twenty-live Hi) containing cie hundred and sixty (100) acies lirii Of feso, which convey. nee wss mada IqeCtUl.c Ihe pa) mi ni ol a certain ProUils'ftVv r.u'e in ait d did dusorihett,, autl, whereas, d-lanll bus tiren made in tne payment ol Ibe Inter, at due on sai l note, whereby Ihe entire Indebtedness, secund ly aid deed of I rum, has, by its 1. nna, beaoii'.e Mile ami tne same remstns uue rt.ni' uuimt.i j uow, III. reiore, all lie re tjet of h'VM u.'.hlvr "l 1 owner ul sard u,uu-, will. m HAffJltUAV. l:T01(tJU, l-juo. it the couryliousg ilimr. In ilia city ol l.cxin ion, l.aliyvtlu m.uuly, Missouri, between ihe hours of nine o'clock In ti e lorenoon anil live i. 'clock In the alu rnoi.il of that dav. expoae u sale lo the lushed bidder tor cash In 1; lu.l.tiie real estate ah.'ive dejc.rihed, lor tne iurpoae ol Baiisiylng s .Id debt and Inleieni ami III- no (l executing Ibis trust. UKO. M.IIATItON. oetsid Trustee, i- "f" IIENI HA ISLE KENI DENCE FOR MALE ON COLLEGE STREET. HAWNU determined lo remove to Ciucinnali, 1 now offer fur sale my residence on College street, containing Six good rooms, bath room. etc. There are also on the place a good stable and all necea sary out buildings, and everything- ia in com. plele repair. A bargain may b had and pay- uvula ii.auB w suit cue pureiwaer. MORRIS OBATZ. FINAL SETTLEMENT. NOTICE Is hereby given to all creditors and olber insrsona interested In the estate o John W. Brown, deceased, that the under signed, administrator, will apply to nuke a flnal settlement of s id estate at the Nov- m ber term, law, of tbe Prubate court of Lafayette county, Missouri, lu be begun and held at the probate court room. In tbe oity of Lexington, on the secoud Monday in November, ISUU. JACKSON COUDKR, oclllta Administrator. PnOPOSED AMENDMENT TO 'IHE CONSTITUTION C F MISSOURI. To be Submitted m qualified Vetera at tbe Vetera I Kectl t be beld la (hla Stale an November 4. 18SO, CONCUItKKNT RESOLUTION submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri an amendment to the Constitution thereof, coucermng the Judioial department 4 it rttolud by thi How of Jttpretentativts, fas Stimt ooncurring thertin: Tbat at the general election to be held on the Tuesday neu following tbe first Monday in November, A l , 1890, the following amend ment to tbe constitution ol Missouri, concern ing the ludlolal department shall be aubiuitled to tbe qualified voter of said alale. to-win Msction 1. The supreme nour shall ronsist of aeven judgea, and, alter (he Ursl Monday in January, IWH, shall he divided iulo two divis ions, as follows) One division to consist 01 four Judges ol the court and to ba known as division number oue, the other to consist ol the remain ing judges and In he known as dlvlslou nunibei two. Tbe divisions shall sit separately lur tne hearing and disposition of causes aud mailers pertaining thereto, and shall have concurrent jurisdiction l all matters and causes in tbe eupieuie court, except that division nmuuer two shall huye exclusive cogniaanoe ol all criminal cases pending in said court Provided, tbat a cause therein may he transferred to tbe court as provided in section four of this amend nieo The division of business of which said divisions have lonourreiit Jurisdiction shall be made as Ihe supreme court may d lermlne. A majority of the ludges of a division shall con stitute a quorum thereof, and all orders. Judg ments and decrees of lllier divielou.aa to rauses and mailers pending Letore li, aliall have the force and efleol of those of Ihe court. Set:. 'J Upon Ihe adnpliou id this amend ment, ibe govei nor ahall apHint two addu lonal judgea -f the supreme euttrt. who shall bold ilieir ultiees until Hie tyrst Monday iu .lauuary, IrtM. and at lliy general election 10 ihe year l.Stti their suce; asnrs slia.li be elected, who shall hold Ihelr utile a Ijr Ihe term of ten veara, aa other Judges 01 the supreme court. The two ludges appointed by lite governor, together with Ibe Judge elected at ihe general eleotion In Ibe year Itatu, bh.il I coiistiluie division number two, snd the reipaiulug nidges sha'l constitute division number one. The uurt aha I elect lis cbiel Justice aud eui'h uivisuui a presiding lodge thereof. -Sac 3 The supreme court shsll assign lo each division Ihe iviii-ea and mailers In be heard by it ol which assignment due public notice snail be given, and all laws relation to iirac.lioe in Ihe rupreme court, as well tne rules ol the supreme court, shall apply to each tlivision so far as Ihey may be applicable thereto. The opinion "I . uc li division shall he ' writing, and shall he tiled ill Ihe csuse 111 which ihey shall be ripreiivcly m id-during ihe term at which the c nee ia aulimilled. and suilh uuinloua shall be a purl of Ihe record, of the supreme coll't E ich djvtsliiu ahull have auiliunly lo isane the orlgiu,ul wripi anil exercise ihe powers numer ated 111 seuiion l.nieol article six of Ihe con stitution. Sat' 4 When Ihe judges of a division are eilal!y divided in opinion 111 a catiae or where a Judge of a division 'Inwnla lr.. I lie opiuiou He rein, orwli'-'e J Pib'iat tiietiuii 1. U volvtHt. Ihe euuse,nn Ihe application 01 Ihe losing parly, shall be Iraiinlemd lo die court lor Us decision; or where a division in which a "auae Is pending hull 00 n dcr, Ihe nauae shall be Uan.lerrvd lo the eourl for Its d-c.'loa. : ft. Mhenever in the Opinion ol Ihe nip, cine court ihe slate of Ita docket will, m fee. enre lo Ihe speedy disposition of Ihe bonnes, id Ihe court will justify dispensing with Ihe 1 tviHiono hcrciubfio- provided, Ibe oourt shall dispense iheiewith, ami the oourt shall lliere-hlu-r hear anil deli 1 mine all causes pending In iU Provided, however.lhal the court shall haw Ihe power to again d.vide itself Into two dlvisl lone, in like m inner and wub like bower and eOecl as rci'vinlM-lore nrovidud. aii.,.,., 1- the opinion ul six Judges (hereof, entfVed f record. Hie condtiiunof lis dnek.f ,i.k Mice 10 Ihe a,jee.ly deposition of ihe business of he e.niri sh.. so require; aud in such 1 "vlao.n Ihe lour j,..,e. oldest l commi..,",, sbat! rulc. UHn.n nuuiier one, and Ihe umaiumg Jndues dtviHloii number two Humming IheitsJ; aAn"l 'IV,',1"'""" !" '" eonellltin w.ih " ' 'bereot mil ci.nsislenl with this aiflHuawem. idia.l u, on Ita sdonliou be lorevi r resclmled aud ol uo efleol """"",u West: Aim- y. A. A LKsUKUK. I""1-! 4i4 Secretary 01 Male. M. dratfcs makes a rbautfe In bualues .Ian. 1st, and Is selling everiibliiK at vu,l piU.es.. FACTS FOR NEXT MONDAY'S SHOPPING OCTOBER 27th. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS at On MONl.'AY, Oct. 27th, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 n. m., wc place on ale 50 Doz. LADIKS FINK HANDKERCHIEFS AT 15c EACH, which, without exception, are the or nanaicerciiieis tint has ever This lot consists of all the row Hemstitched, Embroidered mourning. Handkerchiefs that will st'.l a piece for - 5c. Remember the rime and date. ED. W. H. AHRENS db Iza abds A FULL LINE -OF- G - All Varieties etJBBBBfM NEW! NEWER! NEWEST! Wc are now receiving the most Complete and Varied Stock, and ALL DEPARTMENTS are filling up, and soon we will have the Most Complete Stock to be found in the rity. PRICES WIL BE THE LOWEST -AND- QUALITIES Call and take care of your will get the Best Bargains in the OUIl FALL-:-AMOTOCEMENT ! To day we have a lafge stork of great variety, best qual ity, and all the praise usually employed in an advertisement would be entirely too tame an expiession to give justice to our efforts this season. We have simply surpassed our former record so well known. Foreseeing the certain advance in prices in woolen goods on account of the new tariff bill, 1 have bought much heavier than usual, and am hiiikuvi1 t i i,ti, .,-..... 1. ... 1 , - ..' - - 1 - x child in the coutily at the USUAL LOW PRICES. Lack of space foibids'me to del on th attractions in every separate department; enough, inv stock is replete with Uie Essentials and Novelties vetiuiied tor men and boys' wear. Convince yourself. To move stock as lapiflly as possible, we will, from lima to time, give a A SERIES OF SPECIAL SALES! at which we shall oll'er special inducements. We start iu with a 3 DAYS' SALh OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, commencing SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18th, and continuing Monday and Tnesiluy, October 20th and 21st. We offer the following inducements with every child's suit : Up to $2 50 we give a sliiii waist woilh $ 35 From $:$0O to $." 00 we give a shirt waist worth 75 From &5.00 to $10 we give a shirt waist worth l.QO Same inducements apply lo Children's Overcoats during this sale. Avail yourself of the opportunity to get extra Bar gains timing this time. llcspectfully, FINE most beautifully assorted lot been oliered at a Special Sale. New Desicms in wide ami nar and Scolloped, in white and any dav for from OF - AT- THE BEST ! interests by buying where yon rity. M. F. Royle & Son. :tsr... FMUST w.iht .,11, man, iioy uiki J X.