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THE r.'EJXrjSTGTON INTlEX.LIGXSiSrOKIt, SATtTBDAT, NOV10M.I!l5Lt 1. 1890.
1 : V Ii 1 i ft fi ts 1. ,g gatrtligmsr. flCIAL, COUKTrV PAPlOlt. SHORTS. t'H MajARVAral BAAOIMl-hatlll VAtlllulla at I dlotilomly low prices to make room. J. II. ; 3eaden. JTtf . ' Two hundred (nte ciwlmere cot for uta tod boy , Irom 11 00 to 92 60 t Henry " 4iour'e. eu9K . ,For Sale. The Mangrove bouse, corner of f(y end lOtti itreeti. Prloe low. Terme to V. Joqire et thla offlee or address W. O. it, Medtelae Lodge Kansas. M is wanting sew goods and cbeap goods twill eve money by calling on J. F. Winn. Dotsr. ootist Now la your time to get a valuable sewing machine at less than one-third Its value. Kead our splendid premium otter on the fourth page. If Tou do not have a good sew lng machine now It will be your fault. If " Out store room aud dwelling rooms in Dutch Bow and iupstalra rooms, corner ot lUntb and Mam for rent, A. Qeyer. JuytOf Two hundred single eaaslmere costs for men and boys, from II 00 to 60 at Henry Blnauer't. Boys' pants at 211 cents, at Grate's. olSlf Wanted Active young nisn to manatee franco offioa at Sedalla. Balary $900 per year. ust furnish best references and 9300 cash 4-bpltal. AddrekS room 8, Porter Block, Beda- l?a,Mo. ocl2Bta '.'VbuiliiouK oil painting given to any one V baying twenlvflve dollars worth of goods In easb, at J. F. Winn's. Dover. octlSt I ' John A. Thompson, eiecutor or me estate Ytt Wra. P. Tbempson. deceased, by virtue of ' I the power given blm as executor of the last ) !. will aud testameut of said deceased, will, on l Saturday, November S3, 1890, between tbe boars of t o'clock a. m. and o O'cioca p. m., In front of tbe courthouse door, In tbe city of Lexington, sell at publlo auction to tbe hlali it bidder, for cash .the farm of aald deceased, situated In the bottoms, 4 miles west ol Well- nston, eonUlnlng 160 acres, 140 acres of Which it spleudid culilvallng land and tbe re. mslnlog SO acres excellent timber snd pasture land. Tbe description of tbe land as It ap pears In the office of the recorder of deeds Is follows: Tbe northwest quarter or secuoo -r (41. in townsoip niiy w . oi r" tyelght (38) In Lafayette county, Mli tirl. Any and all Inquiries regsrdint ssld md and sale will be answered by addresslnti ohn 8. Blackwell, Lexluton, Mo. niitS&td .Bledsoe's tale November 13th. Eli Perkins, opera bouse. Nor-12. Don't fall to read the Bledsoe sale sder- itemsnt. Bemember the date of the Bledsoe sale, Advertisement elsewhere. i : Thursday, November 13. Is Ibe dy set for , Bledsoe's cattlo sale. Bemember tbe date. f; ; Now Is yonr opportunity to get a atart la i the One cattle line and do away with tbe f, f scrubs. Bead Bledsoe's ssle advsrtiscment. ' ). Let voters remember that there are thr$ 7 tustloes of t ie peace to oe elected In Lexiog ii too township snd two only In the other town- i ships of tbe county ! .. Tbe republicans bsvs no hopes of electing iL- any of their candidates other tbsn tbose run- g for Jurtlcss of tbe peace and constable 'Watch these offices, democrats. Tbe thermometer marked 30 degrees above aaro last Monday morning and lue of tbe tbtckoeeof window glass was formed upon pools and vessels of water. Yesterdsy morn lng loe nearly one-ball Inch In thickness formed. Pupils of Msple Glen that are on honor , roll and highest scholarship tor month of Oot. JLre. A I Me. Molhe. Kddle, Harvey, Vrsok v end Homer Hulver, Allle 8bermsn, Bsctel I Woodruff. Albert Bonr, Llsxle and Baxter - Lankford. Willie Dreyer. Tannic M. Stewart, Teacher. j Don't forget tbe fact tbst tbe Abrens' Dry - floods Baxaar always meets competition at very point and tbat the house le trlctly rell ') able In every way. No goods are purchased J to sell as leaders, bat every article will be found to be Just as represented snd the price I f low or lower tbsn tbe lowest. Don't fall !. , t . I stsajlasi Hpni a can, We nnderstsnd tbat tbe larce barn on tbe dark Boblnson farm, nesr Havvlew, was ntlrely destroyed by Are last Tuesday. Tbe barn was located Immediately on Ibe road nod contained, besides a valuable pair of soules, large lot of corn, hay, farming utensils, spring wsgon, harness, c. , all of which were also burned, Tbe mules were rescued In such condition tbst they wrre Immediately killed to put them out ol misery Tbe farm waa rented to Mr. Alonxo Smith, who le tbe owner of tbe personal properly destroyed and It will be bard blow to an Industrious snd worthy msn- Tbe Are Is opposod to have caught from a spark from Mr. Miller's thresher engine, which bad pasted only short time before. At tbe Missouri convention of tbe Young Men's Christian Association, just closed at Gallatin. M.OOO was appropriated for state f work. Of this amount. 1500 is to start a fund begin tbe work of thla association In South America. Mr. Myron A.Clark. Ibe present j- lttDt general setrelary of tbe easoofsiioo I iot some months past tbe virtual general l'seorctarv. will go to tbat country In July to begin tbe work In Bragll. Thla will be tbe first ass-elation of Ibis kind In South Araerl ea, and Mr. Clark will go out as tbe repre- Mutative of tbe International commlttre., and m such, will bare charge of Ibe work there I alls headquarters wilt be at Sao I'avlo.Brazll After July, 1891. Tbe WOO will be Incressed ' later on to a respectable sum by Ibe Missouri associations, so It will bsppen tbst Missouri will have the honor of first carrying the Young Men' Christian Association to South , America, Concordia: Many of tbe farmers srs com plaining of fly being in tbe growing wheal, Farmers la this section are nearly tttrongh I breaking eora (round. Mrs. Longhorat sou 1 daughter, who have been visiting rrlatitrs jn here, left for tiielr home, Palmer. K.ni-s M Stnaa.Lv. Th MiKlnlv hill was Ibmoliztilt eussed and its dissdvsot tUoma v In I their true light by (be democratic speaker V Who were with u Isnt Siturdtv. Mr. Win ft ; chrceder has Just completed s large bam which adds much to tbe loKs of bis pUi-e, If r. n Ronrnio is erect toe a nest ilweljioii In the aorta part of town. Mr. Otto Wlkn korst moved to Kansas lul week. Two horses, one belonging to Mr. H. Kecks and no to Mr. Bryant were stolen one night I sit week, Mr. Berg aan bought WO barrels o corn this week at 75 cents per barrel. Tbe roads srs In an excellent condltim. A nice rain would be very acceptable to the people f this section Jt now. Some ot the former have aomo U tbe conclusion that the price of wheat In this market will not resi h Hie dol lar mark. Let every democrat vote a straight ticket next Tuesday. Order: Mrs. flunsaksr and children. U San Dlegs, Cel., who have been visiting berr for several weeks, left for home Tuesday evening, fler rather accompanied them as Ufar as Kansas syiij vu 'cHlseas went over to Hlgglosyllle Tuesdsy yenlng U hear Mr. fVallac speak. Mrs. II. 9 C. Spencer and children, of Blackburn, visit ,7 ad relatives here one day last week. Mrs . Ritt, of Blsckburn, spent last Thursday bers I' flsltln her dsugbler, Mrs. J. V. Groves, MlssJfJtc Jackson, of Alma, visited the family 4 "ber brother, at this piace. tbe first of tbe VJCweek, returning borne Wednesday mo'rntng. svieosnpaaled by Mrs. Jackson and lb suit- 4raa. Mr. I. Burton, accompanied by bis alster. Mrs. Brown, went to Moberly Satur day. Mrs. Beyoolds ana children, oi Aim-t-ill, apeot Suniley with ber mother, Mr. George Order. Mrs. Win. Wilson is en'er talmnv Ksnsss friends this wek. Mr. D. t Rspklsr baa a situation In Kansas City Md bas moved his lamlly there tbls week.', lied tbe old cuff buttons as belonging to the Ux'. and Mrs. Sparks, of near Atchison, Kas., prisoners, The defepse Introduced no testi vbo aama her to visit tbelr sister, Mr. WU-' uouy except tbat of Ibe prisoners themselves on, the irat of the week, returned home Tbev claim tbat on the nlgbt of the robbery Wednesday morning, much sooner than tbey they stayed all nlgbt at the residence of A. peeled, on account of Ibe sadden Hires of Sterling, near Feyettevllle. Johnson county. Bpattl, Mr. Wilson going wVb them as rat Atohlaoju Ell Perkins, opora boune. Nov. 12. Democrats, wat.1 your candidates for Jus tice ol tbe peace and constable. Don't fall to read Condon's new advert Ihc- lueot In this week's lutclligeuuvr. Ho uieuus "business'' this time, xure. V'erdinsnd Senter, who was arretted anil locked ui In Kansas City lan Monday night for being Intoxicated, committed s'liuide by drowln bimnelf In tbe Mifcaourl river linuie distely after being released. He said be was a printer and bad lately been at work In Con cordia. We are under obligations to Mr. K. W. Abendrotb for a pamphlet containing the full text of tbe tariff law recently enacted. The book Is a vsry bsndv one lor reference. It ooutalns tbe old snd new rstes upon all itlasHes of goods and a mere glance shown what has been done. The anag boat, Charles K. Suter. that re cently left here for St. Louis ha tititrted up tbe river again pulling snug. List week It removed 130 snsgs between Mobile Island, wbiob Is near tbe mouth of tbe river, aud Price's landing, which Is between St. Charles and Washington, Papa," asked a little girl whose father had become quite worldlv and given up family prayer, "I say, papa. Is God deadf "No, my darling; why do you ask that!"' "Why, papa. you never talk to blm now as you used to do." These words hsunted blm until he was re- clalmsd. Kit Perkins, 'Election Methods In the South' are des. orlbed in tbe November number ol the North American Beview by ex-Congressman Robert Smalls, now collector of the port of Beaufort. In )outb Carolina. In the ssme hsue of the Review Mr. A. W. Shaffer, out) of tbe chief supervisors of elections In North Cirolina, sets forth in a trenchant article the objec tions of southern republicans to the Lodge bill. Tbe Central College Gem. published for aeveral .years past by tbe Iduns Literary Socletv.wlll make Its first appearance for this school term, next week. The roung ladies In charts of tbe work are making extra en deavors to mske their little psper unusually attractive this year, and we hope they will be eecouraved la their work by our merchants advertising liberally with tbem and our citi zens sending In their dollart for subscrip tions. At tbe First Bsptist church to-morrow morning tbe pastor. Bey. Fred W.Kason.will conduct memorial aer vices In honor of Bey. Dr. H. Talblrd. who for twelve vears was pastor of tbe above named church, and who dopsrted this life in Switzerland, Florida. October 14. Tbe services will be of tbe moht Impressive character and everybody Is cordisliy Invlleu to be present. Rev. A. W. Cbsmbllss, ot Montgomery City, Is expected to be present and conduct a similar service at night. Mr. Jno. T. Smith, administrator of tbe es tate of Wm.H. Si!llb, deceased, Is having tbe boue belonging to aald estate, on Franklin avenue, adjoining tbe Episcopal church, thoroughly renovated and repaired. One of the many Improvements being made Is tbe sloping down of tbe front yard, tbe cutting away of busbes, trees, etc., and a nice wire fence will take tbe place of tbe former struc ture. Anether great improvement will be tbe exchanging of Ibe present old style win dows to tbose of a more modern pattern. Tbe new actdemy building will be opsned next Ssturday nlgbt with a musical and literary entertainment. Tbe muslo wlllk be furnished by the school orchestra, the Instru. mental and vocal teachers of tbe colleges, Dr. Blitz and the male quartette. A selection will be rendered by Prot, Parker and a bort address will be delivered by Rev. Eason. Tbe entertainment wHI be given under the auspices of tbe Y. M. C. A. of tbe school. Tbe public Is Invited but every one is re quested to bring a book to donate to the Y. M. C. A. library. The programme will be given In our next luaue. One of the most notable literary events oi tbe present year Is tbe publication In this country of Henry James' translation of Dau- dst's new story, "Port Tarascon: tbe Last Aivenlurea of the Illustrious Tartarln." By speaial arrangement with the author. It is brought out by Qarper A Brothers slmuUa nousiy wltb tbe publication of tbe original French version in Psrls. Tbe text is adorn ed with more tban one hundred lllustratlony from drawings by notable French artists, In tbe style already made famoua In Dandet'a etrller works, Tbe volume will be resdv for publication about the last of October. Messrs. uoyle & Son mske an Important announcement In another column of tj-day'a paper. It will pay you to read it and when you want anytnlng there spoken of, reinem ber tbat Royle Son never advertise any thing tbev do not have In stock, and tbat the goods mentioned can bo bad at tbe prices named. Tbey have a "special sale." tbat Is to ssy sell at biher merchants' "special sale" pnoes, every day In Ibe week. All goods ', warranted as represented or money refund ed. Don't wait, but go at once, before the blgn tsrlff prices take effect. Now Is the time. "Do you want the world V Tben take it ut tbe lowest prices since tbe "late unpleasant ness." We were shown. Monday, a most excellent work of art recently finisher? by Miss Blsnche Wintser. It was a mirror several feet In length snd about 18 Inches wide, which bad been nearly ruined by cold weatber causing tbe mercury to scale off. Tbe glass came Into tbe possession of Mr. Jno. C. Young.Jr., snd be left the work of remedying tbe defect to Miss Blanche, who is well-known to be of auartlatlo turn of mind. Tbls voorg lady went to work aud painted over tbe defective place an original design consisting of two owls sit ting underneath a drooping vine of blooming flowers. 1 his entirely remedied the defect In tbe glass, and, beside, made one of tbe prettiest works of art we have ever bad tbe pleasure of witnessing. Mr. Young now con siders tbe glass Invaluable. Owl Hollow: Mr. Editor, seeing nothing In your paper from Owl Hollow I thought I would lve you a few Items. It Is thought ibat Squire Jones, tbe Justice of Owl Hollow, is a candidate for tbo same office, a be was seen going down the road .with a cigar In his uiuulb. Jim Horn bas been courting for tbe lat t rk, but be sars be don't like courting as he used to for there Isn't any taffy In It. Uiciisi Urove college la still booming under inn charge ot Miss Ronena Urane Mr. John W. Uohlii'Min visited here last Sunday even ln. Lnters' Lane Is traveled a great deal OV oine of the young men, who go down Ibere to buM wood. How tbey find it I do nol fco w- I'rof. Wood is building an addition to Mr. cook's house. BenJ. BUncoe, Ibe la. lies' msn. bas is ft Owl Hollow and gone to Green, tou. Tbe ladles ol Edenvlew are getting along rplendidly with tbelr missionary meet Ings. Tbe prelim! nsrv trial of tbo two Ottervllle train robbery suspects, Hines and Hoffman waa nooi'loded at Boonvllle, Kric'ay evening of last week, and the prisoners were bound over to twait tbe sirtloo of tU9 grind fury. Tbe bond wss fixed at t'i 000, which they were unable to give, and tbev were again pjjeed in Jail. The state's evidence was con tluM'd by pitting on tbe eland Elmer Tenne gar.the son ol Mrs- Fenpegar, at whose house Jliue and Hodman were on August 1-1. when thv were supposed to have started forOttei-- ville u commit tbe robbery. snd also u younu man named Tbos. McOnnls, who was there at the time. The two boy !etl)fed that on that evening tbey overheard Hines and Hoff man discussing their plan a to tbe robbery, and tbat when tbe defendant knew tbe qof had overhesri tbem tbey promised tbe boys a watch If tbey would keep quiet. Tbe boy alto positively Identified the old cuff-buttons found near where Ibe ttolen jewelry was found, as bejnngiog to Hoffmso aud Hines. A colored man named McDonald, living In Bay county, testified tbat In a conversation wltb Hines, after Hines' long absence from borne during tne time of tbe robbery, Hines had told blm be waa at Ottervllle and at the POt the train was robbed. Ho ulso Identi- . ana tsiu msi wuen ine lime comes mey will prove IL Eli Perkins, opera house, Nov. 13. Tbe Trade's Union will meet in Corder on Ibe second Saturday In November. There are two important sales advertised in this week's paper. Bead them. Mrs. J, W. Bailoy left at our oflke last Tuexdsy a lot of ripe strawberries, some of which measured fullv two Inches in circum ference, grown in tbe open air. Mrs. S. P. Arnold s stock of stylish milli nery goods Is complete (a all 1'. brancbea and she invites the Inspection ol all desiring to I'lirchme eood in fcer lln. ninllf Three slacks of wheat belonging to Mr. Alouzo Lee, iu Clay lownHuliip.were entirely destroyed by lire lut Thursday oihl. The nriK'n "I Ibe tire in a mvsterv. Insure! for The wind nn last Hsturday nibl slammed the Kauze door In Kdwnrd Mark's store and tiroko ouo of tbo plate glass windows. It was Insured by K. Winsor J Son in Lloyd's Piste Olass Insurance company. Two deer were killed one ilsy last week by Mr. Kuhort Smith and a Mr. Itlpley. upon the fur in ol Mr. Hen J. Ludlsm, In Washington luwnship, this county. They wore lull urown iMicks, and where tbey came from Is a uiys lerv. Thousands upon thousands of crows were seen einlgrallug southward last Monday. At any lime for over an hour a person could nee them iu one continuous fctreani as tar as the rye could reach, north or south. Weather lirogmiHticatorM were numerous about that time. The coDKfsiion of business In the supreme court .it the Uulted States has been a cause of anxiety lor come time. Remedies for the relief ot that condition of things are Kuggesteu in an snide iy ex-Jusllce Strong in the November number of I ho North American llevicw. Railroads ana Kailroaders. Handsome Sauiaile Lovil spent Wednesday nlKhl in Sedalla. The Wells, Knrico ExpreFs Co.. I. is report ed, will commence doing business in this city to-dav. Engineer Martin Weysnt has been on tbe rick list, but we are Kind to say, is able to be on bis run again. How Tom I'ratt does smile! We don't think bis bavins too much money on band is causing him to lav off. A shortage of conductors on tbe main line has caused our "Denver Kxpress" men to make double rune this week. Conductor Geo. Barton has been layicg off this .week. Conductor Pbll Adams baa been holding up bis run for blm. Mr, Robert Flint, a Lexington boy, is, we learn, now running aa expreas messenger between St. Louis and Denlson, Texas, via tbe Mo, P. and M. IC. T. roads. Brakeman James Robinson, who Is now a "regular" on Conductor Latlerty's local freight train, had a finger of bU left band badly mashed while coupling cars between here and Independence Wednesday nlgbt. Conductor John J. Gsffney, formerly of this place, now a conductor on tbe Inter national and Great Northern and residing in Palestine, Texas, rejoices over the arrival of a baity daughter at bis home. Here's our Z3 Johnnie. John B. Flanders, division superintendent of the Mackinaw route, It Is reported will to day assume tbe duties of division superinten dent of tbe West Knd of Mo. P., M. Slllwell having resigned to accept a position else where. Mr. Flanders was at one time in tbe employ of tbe Mo. P., and ble return to this road Is a source of delight to the many em ployes on this division. C. C. Ferrier, tbe colored mall agent, who has been running on the J. C.B.SL. road, between tbls place and Versailles, bss been transferred to tbe main line, and J. W. Mills has been ordered to take care of thla run. Mr. Mills Is engaged in moving bis family to Ver sailles and as soon as tbls work Is completed be will assume his duties. In the mesn time JK II. Simpson Is holding up tbe ruu. Tbe Mo. P. railroad company seems to be "playing in bad Uck" at Napoleon. About two yeara ago tbelr depot at tbat place was set fctlre and burned to the ground. Since that time tbe citizens of tbat vicinity have been deprived of depot conveniences and tbe agent baa been transacting tbe company's business In a box car. Recently tbe company began tb erection of another depot and on Thursday tbe workmen were putting tbe finishing touches upon IU Thursday night. through some meana unknown, supposedly tbe work of an Incendiary, tbe new depot caught fire and was burned to tbe ground. Tbe box car depot will bsve to remain there awhllo longer, but we hope the company will not be so slow about rebuilding this time. The Sedalia Gazette ol last Sunday contain ed the following, to all of which we say "amen": "Meade Sti) well, superintendent of the West Eud. Lexington Branch and J c" B. L. divisions of tbe Missouri Pacific, bas resigned and will leave next Thursday nlgbt for Logan, Ohio, where he will make bis borne and enter upon tbe duties of dlvis Ion superintendent ol the Columbus and Hocking Valley railroad. Mr. Stilwell'a de parture from Sedalla will be universally re gretted. He Is not an old-timer, In Ibe true acceptance of Ibe saying, but notwltbstsnding this fact, be bat made a friend of everybody wltb whom be baa come in contact and one and all regret tbat be Is to leave our midst. In making the change Mr. 8tllwell not only receives an Increased salary, but bis duties in bis new position will not be so arduous or complicated as on tbe West End, and tbat he will succeed there, a be ba here, goe with, out (aying. For many years tbe West End was a regular bonanza for tbe press, for scarcely a day passed tbat it did nol furnish some kind of anltem a colllaloo.a wreck or something else. A month after Mr, Stllwel assumed tbe superintendence there wss i marked change for tbe better, though, and It gradually improved until an accident la rarely now. Trainmen, yardmen and in tact all tbe employes on Mr. Slllwell's division will part with bim with deep regret, and one and all will Join the Gazette In wishing him and .his estimable lanV.ly prosperity in tbelr new borne In the Buckeye state. As to who will succeed Mr. ftilwell as superintendent of tbe West End, tbe Gazette was unable to learn. Rellgiouo. Regular services at the Christian church to morrow morning and evening. Regular services it the Presbyterian church to-morrow 'morning and evening. Rey. Lamar Bedsworth request bis ad dress changed from Waverly to Alma. Preaching at Maple Glen to-morrow after noon at 3 o'clock by Rev. E. C. Gordon. Regular services at tbe M. E. cburch.Soutb to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock and In tbe evening at 7 :'!() o'clock. Sunday school at 9:80, Itevs. Drs. Bowan and Primrose have been selected as two of the additional evangelists of the Pres'iyteriao cburcb to be placed in tbe Missouri field under tbe extra effort now being made to extend tbe churoh work, for wbicb (10,000 bas been raised. Kansas City Times, 2!b: Bishop E. It. Atwill and family reached fcaqsog City at tlx o'clock last night. Bishop Atwill l at tbe head of the new Episcopal diooeae of West Missouri, and bis arrival will be balled Wltb delight by all the members of the cburcb In this sect inn. lie v. Canisrou Munn met the bishop and bis family at tbe uulon depot and escorlou tbem to the Hotel Brunswick, where they a-e now qusrleyed. Bishop Atw'll Is accompanied by bis wife and mother and bis daughters. Anna. Marv aud Oortrude, aud bis tons. Ken wick tpd Douglas. Tbe Epis copal rnslduce,or tbe residence of the bishop, is at 1721 Penn street. Double JJarre ed Shot Qua Ten Fanes Was Hie answer Col. Win. Itissell gave lo Jel lerson Davisat Wuslmigtou, D. C . to his chal lenge for speaking disparagingly of the Western Troops, und it opglit to lie the answer lo anyone claiming a cure of Uaiurrh unless through the lilood. The Microbe develops! from the germ In one snd one-half hours, lha I'asteur Remedy, by inhulatlnn, kills the Microbe as fast a It develops, and will destroy tbe germ in the blood. Kree trial. Money cheerfully refunded I I lie above is not substantiated. For sal by C. W. Loonils. " No. 3. peraouatltles- Sheriff Mitchell spent Sunday iu Kansan City. Mlsa Mary 'A. Bryant spent Monday in In dependence. Mrs. Georgo Farrar spent Wednesday In Kansas City. Mr. .Ino. U. Longdon spent Sunday and Monday in this city. Mrs. Dr. F. Co iley of Kansas City is here visiting ber parens. Mrs. W. B. Steele spent Tuesday and Wed nesday in Kansas City. tVe had a pleanunt call from lnde .lark Mcuatiley last Monday. Mr.H.Welletiiinn.who has been very sick. is reported as much belt. r. Mr. Jas Peak. Jr., spent .Sunday ami Mon day here with his parents. Mr. J. W. Basye and sou spent several days of this w3ck in Kansas City. Mrs. Jobn Welborn went down to Aullville for a visit to relatives Wednesday. Hon. R. A. Ilicklin went down to Sedalia to attend circuit court Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jobn C. Young, Sr., spent Monday and Tuesday In Kansas City. Mr. Robert Atkinson, Jr., of Ottawa, Ka., spout Sunday with friends in this city. Mrs. John Goebner arrived homo from a Visit to ber daughter, in St. Louis. Monday. Miss Marie Wilkerson, of it. V. o., left for a visit to ber parents In Edgertouruesday. Miss Ealello McGrew went up In Kansas Citv for a short visit lo friends. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Aull snd Mrs. Grant, of Kansas City, were in tbe citv Wednesday. Mr. Rd. M. Smith, of Kansas City, spent Sunday with relatives and friends in tbls city. Mrs. W. B. Haiuletl arrived borne from a visit to relutives in St. Louis Sunday morn ing. Mrs. Dr. N. Payne went down to Aullville yesterday to spend aeveral days with rela tives. Miss Rose Young left, Mouday evening, for San Aulon'o. Tex., where she will speud the inter. Mrs. Kate Herndon, of Kansas City, alter a week's visit to relatives here returned borne Sunday. We regret to learn tbat Mr. I. W. Wbitsett has decided to leave OJessa and locate in Sedalia. Mrs. T. J. John, of Kansas Citv. who ha been here visiting relatives, returned borne Thursday. Misses Jennie and Sallle Burnette. Janua ry and Tucker, ot Waverly, spent Thursdsy In this citv. Mrs. Etta Briggs, of Chicago, who bas boon visiting Mrs. Geo. Bullard, in this city, left for ber borne Tuesday. Mr. L. F. Grizzell. of Hickory county, is visiting friends and attending to business matters here this week. Miss Nellie Foster, after a visit of several days to friends here, returned to ber home, in Kansas City, Thursday. Mr, and Mr. Jos. Tribble returned last Friday nlgbt from a two week vmit to rela tives InMcDonald county. Mrs. Jno. Cbeatham and daughter. Miss Molile. left yesterday afternoou for a visit of several dayt in Kansas City. Mr. Robt. F. Norfolk, after ten vears of bard work upon the road, baa iuit and will probably go into business here. Ml Delia Satlerlee, ot Admin, is here viaiting.ltbe family or Mr. Jno. McDowell, having arrived Sunday evening. Mrs. Belle Robinson, of Kansns City, after a visit to tbe family of Mrs. Jennie Stewart, returned to ber home Thursday. Mra. T. K, Hanna. of Kansas City, who bas been visiting ber daughter, Mrs. Robt. Wilson, left for ber borne Monday. Miss Katie Sneed, of Waco, Tex., who bas been here visiting the family of Prot. S. Sel lers, left for ber borne Wedoeadsy. Rev. Joseph King, presiding elder of the Lexington district, Sontbwest Missouri Con ference, was In the city Wednesday. Miss Pauline Clsrkson after a pleasant viait of a week with friends In tbls city, returned to ber borne. In Kansas City, Sunday. Mrs. Dan Cbam'jers. of Kansas City, after a visit of several days to ber daughter, Mrs. Jas. Price, returned home yesterday. Mr. V. L. Wells, who bas been visiting relatives In Joplin and vicinity bas returned. He reports everytblog booming there. Mrs. W. A. McMillan, of Joplin, who has been here visiting tbe family of her brother. Mr. W. B. Steele, returned borne Tuesday. Miss Rebecca Wright, of Uigglnsvllle.after a visit to Ibe family of ber cousin, Mr. T. D. Saunders, Iu Ibis city, returned home Wed nesday. Mrs. Virgiuia Coinings, of Fort Scott, Kas., who has been here under tbe treatment ol Miss Dr. Florence Hamisfur. is improving in health. Messrs. Henry Halnkel and Christopher Walk and Miss Bettle Uainkel went up to Kansaa City "Monday to have tbe former's eye operated upon. Mr. Lizzie Duvatl went up to lodepen dence, Saturday, for a visit to relatives. Sbe returned Thursday evening accompanied bv Mis Lizzie Brown. Mrs. T. W. 8lusber, of Dover township who bas been very low',1 rapidly Improving Mr. Slusber who bat also been quite sick Is able lo be about again. Miss Connor Morris, of Georgetown, Ky., who has been bere visiting the family of ber uncle. Dr. N. B. Payne, left yesterday morn ing for a visit lo Leroy, Kansas. Mr. Mattie Robertson, of Kansas City, Miss Annie Wright, of Paris. Ky., and Miss Mattie Gay, of Woodford county, Ky-. are visiting at Mr. S. G. Wentwortb's. Mrs. Luther Wayman went up to Kansas City Thursday to have ber arm dressed again by Dr. Giifllth. She hopes this will be the lait trip abe will be compelled to make. Mr. Preston Tutt, or Kansas City, and Miss Jante Webb, of near Corder, will be united In marriage at the residence of tbe bride's father, Dr. Wm. C. Webb, next Thursday Capt.J. D. Conner and Mr. Harry Tunstall went up to Kansas Citv Saturday to attend tbe funeral of Mr. Andrew C. 1 forfait, a rela ttve of Mrs.T.. who was killed by a railroad train lust Thursday. Mr. and Mra. Leroy Farmer spent Tuesday in Kansas Citv, Mr, Farmer's business there was to meet a representative of a large whole sale establishment of Chicago and select his stock of Christmas goods. Miss Mamie Corpeny, the accomplished teacher of vocal music at C. F. C, spent several day nl this week with ber fa ber, who Is 111, In Neosho. She returned to ber school duties Thursday. Mrs. A. Krllle, of Trinidad, Col., who bai been bere visiting her sister. Mrs. Upton Wilson, lea for ber borne Thursday morning, Mrs. Wilson and dsughter. Miss Mary, and son. S. N accompanied ber as far a Kansas City. Messrs. Clark Hyde.H. E. Messlck and Fred Chandler. students at William-Jewell college .Liberty, came down to this pi ice Monda evening to attend tbe open session of the William-Jewell Literary Society of Baptist Female College. Jefferson City Tribune, October 2!!: Rev Thomas M. Cobb and wire arrived from Lex Ington yesterday and are the guests of Al and Mrs. James E. McIIenry. Mr. C'olib wil uuicmiB ui ue marriage of ins niece, Miss Nellie Mrilfenry, lo Mr. w, A. Moore to- r, C. D. Hereford, of Si. Albaus. Wist Virginia, a former citizen of this count v. wbo wltb bis wife (a daughter of Rev. K. Rotb.ol uover township) and children have been lor two weeks visiting relatives bere, starts lor his homo to-morrow morning in order lo reach there in time to vote next Tuesday. Hts wife and children will reualn for some time yet. Mr. Thomas Milton. ol San Marcial. N. M., and Mr. George Mllion, ol' Mali Uarnadino, California, both engayed as railroad fireman, are visiting their mother near the Klournoy school bouse, if) (-'lay township. This is their first visit borne since their boyhood days and Ihev look with regret at tlo near apuroach of Ibe time when they must leave their friends and relatives aud go to the far south and west o resume tueir occupation. For Sale Several second-bund buggies at ridiculous ly low prices to make mom. J1"""-'" J. U. SkNl.KN. io.it AI,TR- Ito-married In this cilv. Oul. 'it. Iv Judge X. Itvliin.l. Mr. DAVIS MANSFIELD and Mis. NANNIE DEAN, of near Odusss. At the residence of Mr. J, H. Latirk, iu 1ifnvetlo c.tnioty.Oclolier Hi. by Rev. C. F. Wallace, Mr. ItoKKItT l. LAUCK and Mrs. NANNIE WERNKX. At the residence of the bride's parents, near Tola, Kansas. October K, Mr. (1 It A NT FARKELL, ol Aullville this county, and Miss A1ARY F. THOMAS. At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.Henry Kichtermann. near Msv vtew. October 15. Mr. AtlOIIST RABINS and Miss CARRIE RICHTKRM ANN. At the residence of the bride's father, Mr. W. II. I'erkins, in jHCkson county. Oct. !. bv Rev. V- K.Wullace. Mr. MACK ST KIN -HOUSKR and Miss HI'KLI.A PERKINS. At fhe residence of the bride's fattier. Mr. J. II. Johnson, in Lafayette county. Oct. II. bv Rev. C. F. Wallace. Mr. JOHN W. KIBE and Miss WILLIE M. JOHNSON. At the Methodist Episcopal cburcb. South, In Savannah, Mo October '20, Mr. KAMIIKL I'OLK and Miss JOSEPHINE WAKEFIELD. Miss Wakefield was tor a time a very popu lar and much loved student of Central Col lege, in this city, aud ber many college males and numerous other friends will wish for ber tbe most complete, happiness. The newly married couple will be at borne to their friends on and after November 15, at tbelr residence. No. lOKi.Karron street, St. Joseph, Mo. MtMlKK-M'HKKUY. Jefferson City, Mo., October 2'.) -Miss Nellie McIIenry, the charming daughter of Hon. James K. Mcllenrv.ex -state register of lands, was united in marriage this afternoon to Mr. Will A. Moore, a prominent young gentleman of the capital. The bride was tastefully cos tumed in a suit of dahlia cloth and at the ceremony sbe stood beueatli the same rbsn- unlier under which tier mother was married '-!4 years ago. The ceremony was performed bv Rev. Thos. Cobb, of Lexington, an uncle of tbe bride. It was a quiet wedding, being attended only by the relatives of the bride and groom. Tbe happy couple lelt this after noon for St. Louis. THE OHADLS, ' Born Iu St. Louis. Oct. 22. to Ibe wife of Mr. Edgar Fleming a boy. In Higglnsville. October 25. to the wife of Mr. Wm, liallew a boy. Iu Lexington township. Oct. 28. to the wife of Mr. Hoyd Eaton a boy. Near this citv. October 2.1. to the wife ot Klder E. J. Stanley a boy. In Medicine Lodge. Kas.. Oct. 21. to the wife of Mr. W. K. Cotik,nv Maggie Drys dale a boy. THE TOMB Died-In this city. October 22. REN A. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fnstoe,aged montns. At the residence of his nrotber. Mr. Andy O'Mallcv. in this citv. October 27. Mr. THOMAS O'M ALLEY, aged about 70 vears. At the residence of her sister. Mrs. Tbos. B Wallace, in Tacoma. Washington, October 24. Miss NETTIE BitlsroE. agod about So years. Miss Nettle Is well remembered by hosts nl friends In this city, and her death is a source of universal regret. She was for the greater part or ber life a devout member or tbe Christian church and her strong Christian character, gentle and lovtni disposition made or every one with whom she met a friend. Near Higglnsville, October 2:1. nl diphlbeiia, (1EOKUE. oldest sonof T. D. aud M. M. Cbatlee, aged S years. So lonesome are tbe days. So dreary is the night. Since our darling hov ims left us For tbe realm of golden light. But has not Jcmis 'old us To suffer tbem lo come. To rct upon His bosom And glorify His home? In Switzerland. Florida. October 14. Rev. II. TALIilUO. aged V.I yea-s. This good old soldier ot the cross is well remembered here, having from IS72 lo 1S8I been Ibe beloved pastor of the First Baptist church of tins cilv. Dr. Talblrd wss born in Hilton Head. S.C . November I. IMI. and most of this long life bus been spent in the active xcrvicn of his Lord. At the breaking out of the late civil war Or. lalbird. wliose sympathies were with tbe south. Joined tbe 41st Alabama in fantry, snd was given tbe commission of a cilouel. Tbe dear old lady who bus marched band Iu band through life wltb blm. and who is only three days younger than tier departed compai.lon.stlll survives him.and in her very sad bereavement has the sincere sympathy ol all wbo know her. At the family residence, near this cilv. suddenly, of heart failure, lust Wednesday atternoon, October 2'.Hb. Mrs. K1.IZABKTH URUBEit. wire of Col. Casper uruber, an old and much beloved lady. She was born in the village ol lmdorf. Grossharzog'.hum Hesse, Darnisfadt. Ger many, on the 22d of January, 1N14. and was therefore 7U vears, 0 nrntb aud 7 days old at tbe lime ol her death. She rmlgratr d to America snd landed at Baltimore, Maryland, in 1835, going at once to St. Louis, where sbe was married to Col. Oruber, October 20, or the same year. From there sbe came with ber husband shortly afterward to Lexington where sbe bas resided ever since. Tbere were born to her eight children, one daugb, ter, an iufant dying in St. Louis. Four sons, Lorence, Henrv, Jobn and Andreas, also, long since preceded her to tne grave. Her three other children, Casper. Jr., uustav and William and her busbsnd still survive her. Sbe was burled yesterday from the family rosideuce,a largo concourse of friends follow lug ber to bsr grave iu Mschpelah. Peace be with ber. CRIMINAL COURT PROCEED INGS. The billowing were the proceedings of I lie criminal court last Friday alter 1'ie hour of our going to press: Tlii- k rum I jury makes returns as lollnwo: -Walker Itldings. sscuult lo kill, a irue bill; W. Wesiou, tt-saull in n.pe, a true liill; Win Fletcher. liurKlHry.deiend.tiit discharged: II. IteiliiKind, assuuli to kill, defendant dia"lisrgtil. State vs. Wm. Weston, a-miull lo rape; plea of n it iioillv enleied. Slate vs. Valker Hidings, assault to kill; plea of not guilty entered. State vs. Matt Davis, aaatili to kill; plea of not guilty entered. TWKI.KTII DAY, OCrOCkH 2J,. The grand jury mukes returns as follows. Kdgur Scnilen, selling olian -ne literature, a true hill; Uhas. Uraeiidnrlt', selling liquor without license, a Irue bdl: John King, selling obacrue literature, a true bill. Tlie grand iiiry lite their report and having completed their laiiiirs are discharge I. Stute vs. Win. Weslon, assault to rape; nolle en'ered. Slate vs Thou. Dluy, assault lo kill; defendant Tound guilty und punishment ueseHscd at nine months in the county jail. Slate vs. Kilgsr Senileu, s.-lling obscene liler attire; plea of not guilty; delend.int given a:uu bond lor his appearand next term State vs. ( lias Uraendorl, selling liquor with out liueuse; nlea ol not iiily enlerei(. State vs. John liing. m-ll ni,c nnsceno luera ture; defend Mil enieis plea ol not guilty aud is recognized In tin- viiin nl Sinn I'nr his uppeurunce at Ibe next term ol court. .Stute vs Sawney llrowu, ending liquor with out lieeiite; ilelendulil lined $10 in each cane and remanded to jail until line is paid. TIIIKI'EKNTII IIAV, OrTOIiaH 37. Stale vs. ItnliBrl Mamlilxr. Iiireeuyj ilelenilaut placed under a.itiil lioud lor Ins appeauie.e next term. Stale vs. J i.iepli llowiiiiin, s'iinli to kill and leloiiioits wouti'ting; ilrh-iiluiil lonnd KUilty ol Ifloiiii.tt, woiindlug und ptiuishinciil iiHseasrii at a line ol UH). rul'HTKESTII II AV , IK'ToCKIt 'JS Slate vs. Porter llel.iney; delenduit f mini guilty of felonious wound ng umi lined $1U0. Stan vs. John Keith, selling liquor without liceuse; Dir. e eases; plea ol not gtiiiiv entered in each cu e ami dtiiml li'aw I tinder a miul bond ol'$buu for api.o.irunCe at next term Spite vs Theodore Kcllt und Leonard Uclly, horse r.ialnx un pub (e. loudi pUuii of gtijliy en tered and Uefen lanta -cell Hind .1 and itosU. Slut" vs llurrlRiiu ThirkU-a nd Wm. Tnirklcs, disturbing lalul assemnlv; ulcus "I lint gmliv entered und deieiiilunlu p'u'ci d under bond ol '0(l each lor tlieiruipe:iruncf ti lh- next term. Siutevs. Willis l.lui k. ussau't to lull; motion for new iriul iuiUi,fd and dereipluul p aced under S 5 HI lion llor hts uppcuratic.e Tliurii iv Stale ve. Wslker ilidingrt, ussuult lokillj'de fcndaul found '.ml guilty and iliorhurf ed. fl'TklCNlll iiav , o. ri'llXK 2!. Stale vs iluck Mlichell, telling liquor with out license; plea ol mil gulltv entend. .Stale vs Jos. It. Kiniietl, assault to kill: caiue taken up for trial. The case was giyvn to the jury ut 11 -III) a. in. yi slciduy ami they hud nol re- e'n il i decision til Hie hour of our going 10 I reus, 6 o'clock p. in. Mat l ivih. uHsniill to kill: liuiml not guilty. Pel sous hiIIiik to get their paper regularly from tbe narrler will greatly ubliuu us by leaving word ut this olllcc, where a paper will bo given you and a reprimand to tbe carrbr. If we hear no complaint, of course we must conclude that the paper is left vt, due legularilv. If M. (Iriizs makes :i chsti;-c Iu biininca!l ,(,, 1st, aud is telling everiihlut' ul i tit ptiee. L IT IS FOR YOUR GOOD TO READ THIS ! As wc make a change in our business January st, we are fonipelled to seli our entire stock, of CLOTH rjTG AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. ever made in Lafayette County. We will have no "Special Sales," but will sell everything. Come in ttid he convinced. M. CRATZ. .LUST ffiLJCLJLTLJtD a Large and Nev Line of WINDOW SHADES, Retail from oc up. LACE CURTAIN POLES AND TRIM MINGS AT 25C. The above must be disposed My Complete Line of ART GOODS will be sold at Gre.ttly Reduced Prices. Now is the time t purchase anything needed in the above Respectfully, E. G. LOOMIS, lines MAIN STREET. FOII REST. O'MHK room anl dwelling- rooms. L7 newly paiulrd and nicely pain red. ImiicIi Itow. UineTll A. UKYKK. fOll RENT. 'I'lIK store room on franklin Avenue, which I lia been ocoupieil by Mr. Allien I.001111-, lately Ueceaseil, is lor rent. Kxcellml loe.ut'oii or k'mI irrocvry store. Apoly 10 Hie owner. leblAt T. T. HTItAMt:KK K'litAVED. IjlKOM my pasture, about elaht milea south of LexinKUin. on Sslur lsy, uctober ift, one Two- Veor-Olil Horse ijoiL.MlMiiit IK hanits biuli. cream -Km v color, very senile. A liberal reward win lie Kien tor his return or lor litlurtnatton as to Ins whereabouts. novli'2 .'. M. I'UltNKI.I. Li A IV O NOTICE. irtC have some inquiry for farms. Any W wbo waul to sell la Re or small I'urms uiIkIii Unci a purchaser by plac. niif tliem in our hamls for salo occ'.V S K, WINSOIt A SON, Ileal Kslale, l.osu snd Jmuranc.e AK' lils. Li xinKioli, Mo WORK TEAM FOR SALE. I WISH to sell my team or work liorsev.straiiy pilllers.seolle iu every way. kooiI drivers, peru-olly sound and in evorv resin-ct A No. I. Will be sold low. Will albo sell ine wuuon ami bur ners if wanted. MIKK VAWTh.ll. ocl'2Sli At Pontoon llr iUe HOME MONEY TO LOAN. rpHK monev now in nanus belonging to the I estate of minors Is lor loan, ,art on prime real estate and pai t on Rood personal security, parlies ilesiriDK to borrow will do well lo call. UlUcr over li. winsur A Kon. on. v l:iu S. N. WILSON. nbiirt administrator and ex-nlllce Pub. Cur. $500,000 TO LOAN. mil e. cheaneal money ever loaned in alayelle A cnun'y. ouo anil upwarus nmn.u Un moved real esiale at Ibe lowest rales 01 inleiest. call on or addr-ss UKOKUK PltlCK. Lexington, Mo. Office over K. Wluior A Son's Insurance olllcc, opposite courthouse. Main street. aglum:: PUHLIC SALE. I will sell at public anotion, at mv I arm, seveu utiles toiitbweal ol welllug!on. and live mi lea north ol Hates City, Mo., on SA1CKUAV, NOVB.MI1ICK8, 1SMI. the following personal property, lo-wil: Two three-year-old mules, I b.oo.l mare, 1 seven-vear-old brood mure. I iwo-yeur-old horse, 13 two-year-old steers, 4 tw-yeur- Id spayed hellers. I 1st cow, 2 lot yearling heifera. 1 gIMIU IUIICII cuw. Afau lariuiua iiivudiib, uiiii- aisltug of wagona. plows, barrows, buy rakes. mower, harness, Ac. Also 4 good healing stoves and 1 cooking stove. Also a lot of good lum ber; U or 2U Ions of bay in rick, und uo or or aores 01 corn in neiu. Terms make known on day or sale TTIufyAS'T. COItHS T"QWs CltiKM, Auctioneer. It SALE OF FINE CATTLE 1 1 I WILL sell to the highest bidder on THURSDAY. NOVKMliKU 13, J9W, tne uiiowiuy pernonui uroperty, lo-wil; - Six head half-blood Angus cows. Hied by "Lord Prederia," imported by Leonard ill in.; S Ileal! nil bc-iuui ill Annua iieuern, 0111 til uunve cows and by "Slusher's null;" , heud lngli arude Sburt-norn cows, all extra good i.iitkeis: 15 head one-half and inne-loiirih Angus cnlves, i HolBletn hetler calves, 1 tin rl-(iou eiu-rcull 1 iiigiilered Polled Angus bull, -leird "elimg tun,'1 '4 years old past; I Kngltsh Ucrksli re noar, 1 spring wauou, guuu as new, run 1 si vears. Tl.lt MS OK SALE:-Six months time. without interest, parties lo give bunkable note lielure removing slock. Above sale will beheld on my lam. S n.i.'es south nl Lexingiuo, miles north id iayvif and 7 miles we 1 ol tliaalilsv die. "r- A 'm BLKl).-' )K. novti Pt-r .1. U. lll.Klisob:. 1 I'ULIC SAL. J WILL sell at Hie 'M'relh Hallow" farm about one and oio--liull oil e-i botiihcusl of Weliiuglon. on Ihe Lex ington and Odessa rad, o-i Fltlli.W. NOVKMBKIt IsiKi. the lullowing personal property, lu.wil; One saddle III .re. Ti wurk horses, . bore c-ill hi lliiee-year -old UH V. 11 muli s. 1 inilelt cowh u vearling beilers. 2 yrurllng steers. Ill sic calves, 3 grain drills, ! help r cnlves, l bio. d sows, one nil slock bogs. 7.1 ac.iea growing Wheat. .10 acres corn in I lie held, 4tl bushel sei oats, 4 sell-bindera. :l culiivutors, 1 Itiirk. ve mower, I lirown com planter, isriu wagons, .1 three-horse ilo.vs, 1 sulky plow, 1 sulky ruse, a lul ot oiner tunning uieuniis. i.arues, A4. Also two large straw in ks ami 1." acres id stunk lield till Murcb 1st Uuod water Will In lie care ol the siocK ol purchaarr T Kit MS Ot'' SVLKi- Nine mouths lime. Irti.lt able note, wtlhphl interest on all sunn of till r Over; under lust amount cash beiuic r nvul ol properly. A tiucuunl at Hie rule ol a per cent ptir annum (fiyen lor onh on limu saica . s ile will cuoiiu' iii-e alt o'clock. U It. K M1LTOV tiii; jKy ilitovi;y. Vott have beard your li poids and l eighlii re bilking about it. You muy ynuraell I n one ol the many Who know from personal expeien.-.e Just how K""d a tiling It is. If )u biiveeier 1 1 I it. you are one ol its eiauucli Iricmls, I e- eause llie wonderful tiling about It is. Hint uti.-n mice given a trlul. Dr. King's New lim. ovi iy ever after holds a place in Ihe house. If you tiire never used it and shoiil. be B,Mii'lcd wih a luiugh, ro d or apy 1 hroat, Lung or Chest liou- ble. tecure a bottle at oiiae ami give it a lair lilul it is guaranteed every lime, or mo ie rellluiled. Trial b.lllle Irel all.nuy Katl.ier'h. ding store. no. u of in tne next 30 days. LI XINGTON, MO. NTI E TO MFORTSM E.. OTICK Is hereby K'ven to hunters and ull oiner sportsmen, to Keep on ol my premises or uiev win oe prouecnle-1 In the extent nl the h w T. II. CAMI'IIKI.I,. FOR BALE. tlltlCK Residence in Lexington. Mn.. J.9 lor suie or exctiaiiKe for Curium- oilier property. water, gas, batlis separate itwciiing lor servants. cl'iMI M W. ftEltVI'. PUBLIC SALE. nAVINli decided to quit farming iiiT umi r. lit my farm, I will, on l. TUESDAY, NOVKMIIK.lt 1. KHO, s-ll at piilillc unction, at inv farm, onr anil a Ii ill miles miutlieast of Lexington, the follow, lng priqierty. lo-wil: Three work I10r.es, lii hivh-Krade cows, 10 yearling nicer. II jetrling heiiera, 1:1 spring calves, I I borough breil liiill,aboul 2.1 slock lings, X single buggies; a large lot or farm machinery anil implement, harness, Ac ; also u lot ol corn In Held und buy Id the stuck. 'I KlOItt: .Six month' time, without interest, on all stuns ol tin ami over; under that amount, ritr.li belore removal of property. oclA'.PI .l K.JtQBlNSON. DF.SIICAULE REM DUNCE FOR MALE ON COLLEUE STREET. HAVIMU ileiermlnsil 10 remove lo Cincinnati, 1 now olU-r for sale my rc-ndcncc on College aireel, containing six sooil rooms, bstli mom. etc. There are also 011 the place a good rlubleand all neces sary out liullillngs, an l everything is in com pieie repair A bargain may bv Imil and pay ments mails to sua the purchaser. .numus UICATB. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO I HE CONSTITUTION F MISSOURI. Ts bo Mubmlttrd o I fix Qualified Vlrr nl tli Ueiieral fclerlloti 111 be belli In nil stale on November 4, I8UO. COM UKKKNT KKSOf.l'TION submitting; to me qiianueu voicrsoi aiissouri op smentimeni to me uoiiBiiiitiitin tnereot, concerning the luilicisl ilen run, m hi it rttvhtU by the JJuuie of Jlepretentatiret, tht Senate concurring therein; 'f hut ut the general election to tie held nn the luegiluv 1 exi lullowing tne II rat Monday in November, A. 1 , IS'.H), the lollowtug amend ment to Ibe constitution ol Missouri, concern ing the Ittdiclal deparlment shall be submitted lo the quulilled voleis ol said state, toiwiii Suction I . Tne siipn ipe court shatl consist of seven judges, anil, alter the first Mondav 'm Hint a-y. ism. snail ue uivuleu into two divis ions, ui follows; One division to consist 01 four Judges of tl court and to b known as division "limber one, the oilier 10 consist ol the remain ing Judges anil to be krowt) as division number wo. The divisious shall sit separately lor tne Hearing and ps.Maillnn of onuses and mailers pertaining ti t le o. und shall have concurrent jurisdiction ol all matters and causes in the supieiae court, incept dial division numuir two shall Inye exclusive cognizance ol all criminal cases ieniltrg in said court; Provided, 1 hut a cause llirre'n may be transferred to the court as provbied iu section lour ol this amen! men I T he division ol husines of which said divisions have r o.iriirn in Jurisdiction shall lie made us Ihe supreme cocrt may ut leruiiQe. A imij.irity of the lodges of adivlfiinu shall onu--liiule u iiinium tlicicol, and all orders. Judg ment and decree of llher illvli-(oli,us lo muses und mailer pi-nliug before it, shall have the ime.e mid cQvc I of ipoae i! the court. sii'. 'j lIiM.11 me udopilmi ol thl amend ment, the govi i or shall uppo ul two addi iodsi Judges -f lite supreme court, who shall hold heir oti'ee until tbe llrst Uondiiy iu .laiuury IMit, and nl II e g 111 r.il election in ire year listi.1 I tie! r. in c tiers shall be elected, who shall bold heir olUc s lor the term of len years, asolliei judge of the sup. me court 'Ihe I wo ludge upii'iinied by ihe governor, together wub ihe imlge elected at ihe tc urriit clccuo.11 la tun yeai li, eli i" iHiiinliiitic liiuMon numle r two, nn 1 ibe remaining udg. s alia'l nounliliite ilivisioi number nee. 'I'll'- Colin stia'l elect its oniei justice ami evb oivihioii a pri-sidiiia bulge thereol. - Mao :l Tbe Mipri me court shall assu-n lo each division the cui-ea und mullets In be In urd by It ol which iisnignmelil due public iioliee sllttli be given, mid ail laws r, latin lo practice in Ibe Mipreiue court, us well us the ruli-a ul ihe aupli llle court, shall npp.y to ui )i iIIvimoii l.r u they iiiuv be app'uble Him to. Th ipin:oii 1.! sell 1 ;j;in naii ue ;n hi inng.iuiil lis. I lie ilied iu. the cimsea ill which they eliall lie r. i;peclively made during ihe term at which the c oxr ! suliiiiitei. and such opiniono Mia I i' a pari of the records of the supreme court Kseb dt''lMluu ahull have uillllorily to laMie tin original writ and exercise the power unmer ited in section I. iice ol oiticl six of tluv miii--liuitiiin Sac 4 When Ihe Judges of a division an eipiuPy divided in opinion in a caiine or where a judge of a divisinn duwenta Irom the opinion therein, or where a bib ral question ja 11 vulvei1. Hie cuiiBe.nn the application of Ihe losing party,' shsll be Iruindfir i to the court l,ir iia decision or whurc 11 division in which a eUuse is pending hull so O'der, the euiite shall he lianserrvil lo the court for lis decision. Sac .". Wheneitr In the opinion 01 Ihe -upicme court lite stale 01 lis docket with refer ence to 1 lie spctilv disposition of the liuiiiies ol Hie conn will Justify dispensing with tin iiviHioim hercinbcio:? provided, the c.ourl ahull dirp'-nee llieie Willi, and Ihe court shall there- Iter heal and lieH l inine sll causes pending in II) Provided, however, lhat ibe court shall have Ihe power lo again divide lUelf Into two divis ions, in like niunncr aud with like power I.,,, ell. ci us I rrvinbelure provided, win never 1 be opinion 01 six Judges thereof, entered ol r. oord, tin- condition ol iu docket wub refer, euce to Ibe speedy deposition of the busiu, Vs ol lie court shull so require; and in Ml.-h divlsi.;i the lour Judges oldest In "liMiledivtBtoii IMI ml .r on,., and the r maim,? judges division number two. miniiig "H 1. aii provisions nl the constitution m Hie slate. .,,,1 .11 Uw thereof ... t "ZTtl will. Ibis amendment, shall up..,. U n,,o,i be li.iever rescinded and ol no t-fleet iVv''i A ,r,,e ,:oJ'l'- A. A. I.KsUKUIt, . lkM 4J4 Secretary nl stale. N v gum,,, i bottom priced. receiTril liiii week at J. Winu's, Uoer. ucilsu DO VOl thi;- WORL We are going to oiler you a slice for a very small consideration. THE BEST QUALITIES AT THK LOWEST PRICES. Dry Goods, Good a,l JZ vJt ? he"lk"7t meets the expectation and graii,V.s the taste. at Yon have what we need ! We uiwiva i.-.i i - m dollar; a ooiible eagle Ha. a C-hlL n'." Can get MORE GOODS from us for the above than any other house in the city. That we have right goods at right prices, take note of the following: 2,000 yds 4-4 Brown Cotton, at . WftPtll , 1,000 yds Best Calico, at...' r W.!th & Til l VMS I Infill rr .fV. o-l- .. .. , )-, uiuiu, uatu l-oiors I91f 100 yds All Wool Red Flannel . ofin 200 yds " i? 100 yds 'n DO YOU WANT CLOAKS? .... Y" wou.d be criminal to yourself s,nd unjust to your children if yon did not look through our stock. Prices all rirfit from $1.50 to $50, best values in the city. ,lceaa" T1Sht CARPtTS Lower.r,It,,an y,u wi!! iina 'hem again. Con.e before they are gone. The next lot will coat you n rat de tl more as Zy are advancing every day. LACE CURTAINS. Full size tape bound. 1 a pair worth fto i nn n oi worth $2.50; $7.50 a pair, worth $o ,?"fu bl f J, JSv at25cts each, complete Beautiful line of'elSlv wCuS Loops on will surely want tliem. Our business his been good this fall, but we want to make it hustle ! .litH jiSImS - 1 Tn .0l1' 8,ock J gfess Goods, Flannels. Table Linens and SrS BgZ? d B eached Sheetings, Ribbons und Gloves? rZlL ?OSIer Notions, Canton Flannels. Cassimeres and Cheviots, is very full and compleie.and we offer yon eoods lower than you ever bought them. i yu goons lower We have the bargains. We offer them, to you. Do not fail to come and reap the benefit. M.F. A BIG SUCCESS ! Yes, h success, the Three Days' Special Sale of Children's Clothing, has far surpassed my expectations. I herewith thank the publ.c for their liberal patronage and will soon give you another opportunity for 3 Special Bargains ! f in some other branch of our line. In the meantime, we an nounce to you that our stock in .very department is yet un broken, and we will continue co sell at our so well ESTABLISHED LOW PRICES, in spite of the advance in woolen goods. Remember, you have to pay no advance figures, as we have enough clothing in our house and in course of shipment to supply the wants of everybody. I can't enumerate the various attractions. Vni agine THE BEST, THE NOBBIESt, the most complete of a man's or boy's ouffit, and we have it. Soliciting your continued patronage and promising you Ihe proper treatment, I am, respectfully, Philip Keller. WE SATISFY! And there is Nothing as Satisfactory as Satisfaction. The phenomenal success of all of our Special Sales shows conclusively ihat the people of lxinirton know we advertise honest ly and do precisely as we say. We have offered manV great Bargains at these Special Sales, and now, as the seasoh tor Winter Goods is upon us, we propose to give you some BARGAINS- that can't be found outside of our store in Blankets, Bed Comforters, Cotton & Woolen Flannels, Skirtings, Shirtings, Yarns, Children's and Ladies' Underwear, Hosiery, tic. Kor Ex tent, Variety and Quality our stock is unequalled. ED. W. H. AHRENS d!aza abds 1. S. Ploafo har in iniml, wrs auknnwletlgc no com pel i I ion in Cloaks and in IVioi-h wntlown them all. Onr Rales no lar Iirvc'Ih'cii unprecedented Have just received two lari;e invnict'M of entirelv New (Monk hi:iI ladies will lOiuuit tbelr owu inturesl by giving our stoi k "a look.'' Do, WANT l , gV 15c 30c 40c roc royle & son.