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7 . jrr a3t .. .-- J -v . l. titi viii I itrn rniiMd.iv, urn ; THE LEXINGTON INTELL1GENOKE, SA.TXJ1I3lY, JNTJRY IO, 1891 l . f . - of nciAL, country paper. HHOB'fS. Egglnston St Ewing carry tbe largest ntl best lis of Blank Bro's. candy io tbe city. tor J dates.new layer tig, raislns.currenta, dried grapes, California evaporated apricots, puaobnH and nectarine at Egglestoo A Kwing's. deoiatf Now li your time to get a valuable tewing machine at leu than one-tblrd Ha value. Kfad our splendid premium otter on the fourth page. If vou do not have a good sew ng machine now It will be your fault, tt Send your cana and Jars to Bour Son aud liuve tbem tilled with Iresh home-made lard. deobil ttoncua filing to get their pnper regularly from the carrier will greatly oblige ua by leaving word at tbli office, where a paper will be given you and a reprimand to the rarrl- r- If we hear no complaint, of eourae we taunt eoneludetthat the paper la left with ue lenulerlty. Partial wto are Interested In ralsiug and feeding nogs would do well to call on Leroy Farmer lor the Eureka Hog Remedy. Tbta la no itumtpK.ae I can prove to you by a large number oi lb beat larmera In tbe county, suoh m vTatuJ U. Stiver. W, Z. Hlcktnan.Ueo. Werli, JW Jparlock, aud in faet al otbere wh ft wd it. The price la no object on :lt4i "?JU pay tor medicine enough to aasa 'ijw.tundred. Call and tee what it vrtiiv'r ao8iu:t HI x teen poundt beat New Orleans tugar for $1; fifteen poundt light brown sugar for 81. Eggleaton A Ewing. decl8if Fretb. home-made sausage and spare-ribs at Bour & Son's. ' ilecOlf One store room aud dwelling rooms in Dutch Row and upstairs rooms, corner of Ninth and Main for rent, A. Qeyer. juyl9I Try our combluation coffee and you will never use any other. Best on earth. Kgle ston A Ewing. ilecHlf For Sale. Tbe Musgrove bouse, corner of Main and 10th streets. Price low. Terma to tult. Inquire at this office or address W . Q. Musrrove, Medicine Lodge Kansas. tf You can find evary thing in the fruit line at Kvgleston A Ewlng's, dccllltf Everything in the grrcn and dried fruit line can be found at UggleHtnn Ewing'a. California prunes, ralslus, cured prune, silver prune and Turkish prunes at Eitgle ston Ewlng's. deci:Uf Big bargains In baking powder aud package oilee at Ehgleoton A Ewlng's. declStt Uo to Kggloston A Ewlng's for Atumre's mince meat, Saratoga chips, potatoes, fluke homiuy and nudaveoe. declBtf If von need anything in the grocery or fruit line we Invite you to call and see us. We will treat you rlgbt and give vou tbe worth ol your money. We have everything In that Hue and of tbe bent quality. Kggleston A Ewiug. do and hear Bub Burdetle Monday night. Everybody hps beard of Bob Burdetle.now go boar blm. He will bo at nagen's opera house Monday night. Mr. Jno. C. Young, Sr., received the second of tbe two very handsome otnnltiusses re- n..Ah....l Kw kin. In Ut I nula 1 Cnttt ; Attraction at tne OP3ta MoI1j. t -iy-i: tiounw- V v'afcoary 10. Beach A Bewers Minstrels. 'anHfcr? 11. Blind Tom. ifeotjary 12. Burdelt t. February t. Kindergarten. February 0. Wendllog. March 7. Bunch of Eeyt. March 0. Sherwood. All ticket on tale at ooitoffloe news stand. Bob Burdette at Haven't opera boute Mon day n'ght. "Blind Tom," the musical prodigy, will give a tucrcd concert at the opera boos to morrow e anion. Tbe (loobvilln Star wants to know If It will anow C8 the 4th day of February, 1981. If we ar here at that time and Plant still pub lltiies Ide 8ur, we will tend blm word. Mr. Win. Osvin, while engaged In mining coal Id mine No. 1, Blvertoo, last Monday, bad the very great misfortune to have an arm anil leg broken by tlate falling upon him. Mr. W. ii. McCautltnd ctme very netr being shot by tome o.reltit hunter at be was rldlag along the public road one day tbla week. He distinctly heard the whistle of the bullet and says It made blm thluk of war timet. Kverybody tbould ttrlve to make tbe visit of tbe mayors of tbe various towns, who will meet in this elty neit Tuesday for tbe pur-po-te of preparing a memorial to tend to toe legislature asking that too Australian system of Voting be amended, a very pleasant one. A large attendance it expected. In consequence of a misunderstanding between tbe president of tbe Baptist Female College ttnd its Dusluees mtnager. President Blolord last Wednesday resigned and hat entirety teyerud bis connection with the Institution. Thlt will not, however, have nv effect upon the tchool, as tbe vacancy will b Immediately filled by a oompewnt Instructor. A Bowers' Minstrels will show at flagtn'e opera bouse to-night. Bead this press ootlca: "Standing Room Only," was the legwud hung upon tbe outer walls of the People's theatre last evening, tbe occasion belig the 15 rut appearance In this city tbls teaeoa rr Beach A Bowers' Minstrels. Fully two hundred people we're compelled to re- tun r their homes without getting admis sion to ue bI - of those who pet i MA t ttaod or elt In very uooom- ji;,f'joeaty position. rs was Browne attemwea wauus we We do not think tbe Missouri river will dry up entirely, although Its present appear ance would teem to Indicate such a result from tbe continued sbrlnksge. Tbe members of Lexington R. A. Cliapier, No. 10, celebrated tbe Installation ot their officers last Monday night, by an oyster sup per at Mr. I). Heeciter'a restaurant. ((Have you purchased a season ticket to tbe leoturet to be given under tbo auspices ot tbe lecture buresuf If not, vou should go at once to tbe postoffiee news stand and do so. R, Q, Morrey and W. R. Davis, charged with burglarizing the store of Harrison ft Co., In Higginsyllle, will bo given their pre liminary bearing in tbls cltv Januaty 14, a cb'irwe of venue having been taken from Higuinsvllle. Tbe Adams electric railway company of St. Louis, claiming to own tbe orlclnsl patent oaverlng electric motors. Issued to Dr. Well ington Adams, of that cltv, and at one time a resident of this city, will shortly begin leHal proceedings for damtgnt egalnst all other electrlo railroad companies. The supreme court, which met Monady, deolded to make no change In tbe office of martbal of the court until June. Tbe three new member were In favor of Jot. Shelby, Jr., of Bale county, for tbe ofhee, but tbe old JuJget were not willing to make a change at this time. Wm. E. Harrison, who it charged with having stolen Rev. B, II. Dupuy'a horse while the latter was attending prayejs-aaeel- log In Higglnsville, was given a prelrMiarv examination In Higglnsville last Friday and bound over to the grand jury In the turn of 1.000, failing to give which be was returned to Jail In tbtt citv. For the purpose of raising funds to im prove their church.the ladles of the Christ isn church will give an oyster, meat and refresh ment supper In tbe basement of the church next Thursday evening. Everybody is in vited and we hope to tee the ladles well patronized, as they are engaged in a good work. The following item from the Kansas City Times In regard to the proceedings In Judge Philips court last Monday is of Interest to Lsfayette county people : Leave was granted the attorney lor the plalntiu" In tbe case ot (John vs. Kensler to file a supplemental peti tion br February 1. The esse tt one In which Ccia !' to have owned a one half inter est In Louisiana Uiil ticket which Brew tot Ksfttler t7Ci,0iX. Judgmot was rendered in favor of the plaintiff at the first trial, out The Carrollton Democrat remembers us with a very handsome illustrated New Year's address. Blind Tom, the (reut musical prodigy, will give a ooncert at llauu'H opera house to morrow niRht. Kobt. J. Burdetle, the great lecturer, at the opera house Monday niuht. Itcsorved scuts can be secured at the pcstolllce newsstand. A vorv handsomely gotten up New Year's address was sent out lv tbe Richmond t'rn. senator, u opv of which wim I, Inillv spnt us. AImiuI three inches ot -now lis lullen here since 1 :-1 We liienl iy iiml the yleihlng Is HkmI, Thu wciilher is )nft uto I lie Irrrzlng point. NcKOti'itioiis have been .en ling tlii week for a consolidation of tlic hi !!)$' mul lerrv euinpmilcs. If it could he arcoiiipli.lied upou a l iir leislrt it would lit) ;i i;ootl thing lor all coiicci'iieii. Mr, M'trrlx Unit. iirchnc:!, InM Mituiluv, of Mrs. M. A. Withers the store liou-e ou Main ' reel, in which ho lias been cnrrvlna on the clothing biihincKS for a number of YiMir. Consideration, $4.i0 Messrs. t hi ron A Moreland will next week move their abstract olll e from the court house io the second store, front room, in the Intelligencer hullilin. Mr. W. II. Wilson will continue hlsolllce at the same pluci' I'upils of MsiiIr (ilen selnml mi hisiliesl vcholurshiii roll fur monili of Oeceintipr.lSIH) Allie Sheriumi, JiihIi- I.imi-, Piiiicuii, Alliort and Kessle Itoor, Harvey, Arch and Clark Stanley. Allie, llnrvey and Homer Hulver (,'eliu Uasson. Lawrence Calluwuy. Kannle M Stewart, tesctier. Wcdnesilsy we begun the collecting of biographical sketches of tlm old anil new county oltiuera of Ijifayelte county, intending to publish them this week. The work un expectedly developed into a herculean task uud we are iinnlile to present the article In our readers this week. It will appear next week. We have lie lore us as wo write the "blue print'' of a map of the battle-field upon which the if t out buttle of Lexington was louglit dur i ng the lute civil war. The plan of the earth works, position of troops, locution ot ravines, huildlugs, and everything of importance per taining io tbo formication aud the taking of the suniP. The map was prepared bv Capt. Joseph A. Wllson.of this cltv. at tbe Instance Personalities. R. E. LEE S GRAND MEAT MARKET !' the lam. jA ticket (.fSoe rhn all the teatf ware told, but the people would not listen to such a thing, I D8 ctms tDtt It is necessary to rttort to fur vet be absolutely refused to tell any mare. tner ega process to get hit money. Of the company much may be aald. A great deal of now business It Introduced In the per formance. '. A great many new tongt and dances are introduced throughout the even ing. Mtr. Beach A Bowera are the prin elpa! fuflma.ert of the company .and tueceed In keening the audience In a continual roar of laugnter from tbe time tbe curtain rttet nnttt ttia and of the performance. No belter company has visited Lincoln for tome time, and It gote without eaylng that they will not lack for audlooce during their engagement. Dally bliate Democrat, Lincoln. Neb. Cordcr: Truly the most elegant and en Joyshle aticletj. affair, ol tbe season was the Quotation PsHy the residence of Mrs. Geo, W, Coiw, vm: the evening 01 ine zsou id, Higglnsville Democrat: John A. Gamble, who wat snot by tome unknown person, Is improving and bit recovery it now reported certain. There la yet no clue aa to tbe Iden tity of tbe would-be assassin. Misses Jessies Burton and Marie LaBertew, two accom plished young ladiet of Lexington, spent sevtral davt in Higglnsville this week. While here they were guests ot Mrs. II. F. Camp bell. Eiquire J. Ed. Ragland baa tat in Judg ment on twenty-nine criminal and thirteen civil cases since hit Induction in office, aoout sixty davt ago. He bat not tried bis nana in performing e marriage ceremony, but says he Is fully prepared to otlloiate. Mr. G. A. Cook, wife and obild. of Sedalia. will arrive here next Tuesday, with tbe to ol the gf u'lenien who met here lu September, IS'.K), for tbe purpose of compiling a history of the battle. It is Indeed a flue piece of work and reflects great credit upon Capt. Wilson. Wellington: Mr. J. J. Duvls and bis sou, John W.. ot Clay township, left last wtek for eastern Oblo for a visit to relativei and friends. Mr. Davis' father Is very old and leebie and is not expected to live long, hence b!i sudden departure. I attended tbe Mis souri Valley Teacher's association held at Independence. About two hundred and Uflv teachers were present and an interesting and instructive time waa bad. Sorry to say our county was not very well represented. It wouid have paid any teacher in the county to have been there and beard lbs single paper ou "Tbe Atmosphere of tbe School Boom." Doyer: Miss Nellie Meng, of Sedalia, has been visiting her brother William for several days. Mr. Henry Retnhart and wife after a several weeks' visit to relatives here, return ed to St. Louis, Thursday, accompanied by Dr. Rd It. Meng. Miss Sudie Plattenburg leaves next ween Io visit lrlends lu Missis sippi and Arkansas. Mr. Tom Vivlon.of Cor der, is here visiting his old friend. Wel coiiie.Tom. Miss Annie Vivion. of Kansas Cltv, is here visiting relatives. MIbs Mary Uarwood after spending the bolidsys with ber parents hero teturned to Kansas city. Sundav to renew her school duties. Capt. J. q. Piattenbu rg and Samuel Vaughn went to Lexington on biz" Wednesday. Elder Geo, Plattenburg Is at Jefferson City tbls week on business. The Mt, Carbon concert company gave a very entertaining noucert neie last Friday night. Policeman Wm. Goligbtly and City Mar shal Jesse Hamlett. last Friday nitfbt and Saturday morning, made four very Important arrests. J. .-;'A gug of tbievet were knowu to have coma to this cltv. and a sharp lookout was'kept for tbem. Friday night tbe two officers saw two men going down the street with something concealed under their coats and they were ctugbt up with and searched. Some stolen goods were found in their pos session and other things which had been dropped were found later on. Other stolen goods were found bid away under the bridge on Tentb street, leading to tbe residence of Tlllon Davis, Esq., while a plush cloak was recovered from a negro woman to whom It bad been sold. Most of the roods were stolen from the stores of MoKlroy Bros., and Morris Gratz. Two of tbe men were ariested Friday night aud two Saturday. They gave their names aa Frank Conneil, Wm. Johnson, Jos. Williams and Thomas Matthews. With 10 other men oharged with various crimes, they arc boarding with Jailor Wade. Mrs. M. A. Withers Is still quite ill. Msior S. Sellers is home from a visit in Texas. Miss Mamie Cobb spent Wednesday in Odessa. Miss Tillie Hoills is on a visit to friends at Liberty. Mr. Walter Chlies.of May view, was In this citv Monday. Mr.Uus llaerle has been In Chicago several days of tills week. Mrs. Alono le,of Clay township, is very sick with pneumonia. Mi. Mul tie Hheibv returned to vcliool, in Independence, Monday. Mr. Louis Uralz lelt last night for a visit l Cincinnati and Chicago, Mr. Lllburu Shields was in the city several daya during Ihe Aral of the week. Mr. Henry Hainkle aud daughter. All" Kettle, went up to Kansas City Moudav MUsLuira Davis returned home Monday ,.i..iit from a visit to mends 111 nwt-ri Soriugs. Mr. Win. Weedln left Monday Mr Mursiiau torestiipe his studies at the Missouri Valley College. Mr. Itcn Hamlett Is conliued fo his home t,ud is MiUcrtng a grcul deal Irom a rising iu his throat. Dr. W. T. Daineron returned Saturday night from a two weeka' visit to his old home. Uuntsv'lle. Mrs. A. T. Hharpe. of Kansas CUy. arriveil hero Moudav evening for a visit to ber sister. Mrs. K. Chanslor. Mrs. I. C. 1'uttcr.ou came home, Siimiay morning. Irom St. Louis, where sue was ms ltins her dauichter. Miss Flossie Young, after spending the CbrUtmas season bore, relumed to school, in tiodlrev. Ills.. Monday. Mr. Jas. Bussell lelt. Monduy.for Jefferson Citv. where be takos a committee clerksliip tin will make a sood one. Miss Olhe Barnhart.of Kansas City, who has been tbe guest of Mrs. Kmisou . hansior rammed her home Monday. Ml.. Traov Fredericks, ot Kansas Clty.wb. has been here visiting her brothers, returned to ber home Mondav morning. Mrs. M. F. Kussell returned to her home in Kansas City Sunday, after spending two i'a ALTAR. Married At the residence of tho bride's parents, near Allville. Jan. 1, Mev. THOS. FAULK Y and Mm an.i 11a ra cu.cii.it. At the Call olio church. In Higglns- ville, bv H"V. r ather Urnlli, on .January o. Mr. M AIM IN fMiitr.i.i, 10 miss mauuii. COSTKLLO. both ol Odes-,a. Mo. At the Christian church, in Sedalia. lanuarv 7. Mr. OK AN 1' L. MKNEKEK aud Miss KVA B. F Kit It ELL. fhe bride is well-known and liked in this oil v. she residing here for several years while attending Central Female college. She is a neice of Mesdsiiies Jacob D. Conner and Hsrrv Tunstull, Mr. Menefen is an indus trious and prosiierous young man euiployod by the Missouri Pacific as a llreman. The happy couple left Sedalia Immediately after the ceremony, arriving In this elty at C:55 p. m. weilnesitav eyruiu.. In Sedalia, December 81, by Ucv. .1. T. D Murphy. Mr. SAMUKL .1. I.OVIT. of thiscilv. and Miss HANNAH MftYKll. Whore i there a person who has ever met the Jovial, good-natured, honest Sam I-o v it who is not willing to extend Ihe band ot congratulation 10 him at this, the happiest uerind of lilt lile? Always in a good-humor. never looking at any but the bright side of life and ever-ready with a pleasant word, gonerally a Joke, for any and all his acquain tances wbeucver and whereever be meets them, any acquaintance always ripens Into the best of friendship. If ho has an enemy on earth that enemy has been made through jjetlously which Is often found lurking In tbe breast of less successful persons. Mr. Lovit Is one or the youngest men in the employ of the Missouri Pauilic ttuilwav Co., In the responsible position of conductor, to which position be has risen through close and careful attention to business. His wife is a charming little lady, prcposassini iu appearance, modest aud polite in manners. Tbe happy couple arrived here Wednesday evening and have taken rooms at Mr. liolen a on the corner ol Eleventh and Main atresia. May their voyage through a long II (c be at bright and hanpv as we have Known Sam Lovit to be, and should It be so we leel safe In saying tbe smallest cloud of unhapplness will never be teen hovering over them. THR OKADL.B. Born Near this city, January 2, to the wife of Mr. R. U. Campbell-a girl. At Don or, January 5. to tbe wife of Mr. Samuei Hall a girl. Iu Dover, January 0, to tbe wife of Mr. Huinuel Vaughn a bov. At Corder, January , to the wile ol Mr. Natiian Corder. Jr.. a girl. -In Higglnsville, recently, to the wife of Mr, Ernest. Wolsicker a boy. in Higglnsville, December 31, to the wife of Mr. W. II. Boeke-a hoy. In Lexlns-tou township. January 4. Io tbe wife of Mr. Wm. Graham a hoy. In Higglusvllle, December Ul.lo tbe wife ol Mr. Frank Canterberry a boy. THE TOMB. CLOAKS ! ki wltn her mother, at this place. M. Uershon Silverman, after spending '.he holidays with his parents here, returned to the studv of law in St. Louis Mouday. ui.. im.. Thornton, of Hlirulusvtlle, who baa been here visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno A. S. Tutt. returned home Monday evening We are tlad to learn tbat Mr. Cbas. Bussell it much better, with a fair prospect of getting about again to toon at the weathtr It suitable. Mrs. B. S. Dinwiddle, of Wtveriy. who bat been here visiting the family of air. a. 1. John, returned to her home Monday evening. Mr. Hunter Barley and wife, of Dover towotnlp, tpent last Saturday and Sunday visiting the family of Mr. A. Barley .near this city. Mm. Dora Hanks and daughler.after epond- lug two weukt with friendt In thlt couniv, returned to their home. In Lee's Summit, Monday. Hon. Alex. Gravet ou Monday evening returned from a trip to San Antonio, Tex., nnrenilv much improved In heal'.n after a good rest. Mr. Thomas Young, after spending the holidays with bit parentt, near this citv, re turned to bis studies at Weatmlnlster College, Fulton, Monday. Metsrs.Mat Wilson and Walter Kckie.arier spending tbeir holidays at home, returned to St. Louis. Monday, to resume their studies In the Missouri Dental College. Mr. Philip Keller left for Fulton. Tuesday night, to visit his brother. Max, who It again very III. Mr. Keller's many lrlends here sin cerely hope for hit early recovery. Mrs. H. Buckingham, who has been sneudlna the holiday season here with her pareuta. Major and Mrs. 1 . B. Clagett, re turned to ber home, in St. Josep , Sunday. Mr. Jamet K. Tayne, a veteran newspaper man, of Independence, who waa here visiting the lamlly of hie relative. W. Z. Hickman. F.-q.. waa a pleasant caller at our office Wed nesday. nr. W. J. McDonald will leave lor western Kansas, next Tuesday. From there be will go to Colorado. Tbe trip It made for tbe benefit of bit nealtb, whlcn we hope will be greatly benefited. Mn. Cbat. Rex returned home Sundav ..nimr from a visit to relatives in nansas City. While there she bad a severe hemorr hage of tbe lungs, and it was thought proper to bring her home. From a letter received recently from Mra. Robert Taylor we learn tbat ahe It well and very much enjoying her visit to relatives in Santa Clara. California. She expects to be home again In April. Religious. Railroads and Railroaders. To e:veyJ!-nd complete description ot me . f m.kia .hli place their future T .AtwM.ia:iHlre several pages, therefore. Mr Cook wm MS-nlo tbe fore- wt l!t M tjn.mlnutc In detail, only touch-1 m.n-hln of th. ooul,,oslnB room of thlt office lag in "fiiluhi ibat came under our personal I k0d for lne preseDt at eat. will assist In the observation. From 7 nntu a o-ciooa. 10- rtportorlal work on thlt paper. Hit employ youni lsdies, Hisses Bertie and Bettle.aasitt- 1 maDt ( Blde neo.,91iry by tbe resignations Keynoiai, 01 auii d bv their titter, Mrs rllle, warn kept busy, antwerlng the cells at tbe door ao4 meivlng their guests. After the guesU wer all pluasantly sealed In tbe ele aot and brilliantly lighted parlors, the nleelv Bsaeatltinfl It notations were D as ted among lie ladlas. and csrdt bearing tbe name of the different uutiiore aming tbe gentlemen, Each i.m. then read ber quotation and the gentle man holding tbe card bearing the name of ik. ..usnr sraa her escort to tupper. After the oarw bad become paired, we were coo rfuntsd the dining room, aud there met r aza elegance and magnificence indescrib able. To do tbe scene Justice on paper Is .i.,.r!w a impossibility. Then tbe supper ih,t fallowed, which was served In courses ... Darli,e;ioa luell. When we bad flohhed we were agm ushered Into the parlors, where Pl "' 1,our ,n fln-'Hu ..ini-asnL From tbe moment ol our eulrawc .... fh.t this would be a star lu Atir crown of enjoyiaeuta; to it proved Io be . moot brilliant one.too. Hospitality with vr,. corder It at natural as life and ber nave Indeed Inherited her most -:...ini nualUiee. When from tbe lateness r .. hoar, we were compelled to take our j..c-ue: our one hope wat tbat we aitgbt t i nnade4 by such frlenda as Mrs edi sa;iAdMre. Near the clou of the efuniB WM awarded to the gen- W.i:iai: the greatest number of aulbori of the quotations. Mr. C. L. Wilson won the prim, a beautiful band painted ....a..ir r the Quotation Party. Mist Belllu and brotber. of Alma; Mist Ktnme nr rtovar: Mist Bessie Todd, of Ne- ln-. Mt Hendricks and Mr. Will H.rrl T ..... Ik. rin.l.atlA.n nt hick nsviuv, -c on, Of iis;bi""-i n.rt. Hiss Lells Vi..i.i.s .vanlne from Brunswick, where the . .1.. inl'itTt with ber parents. Mist -rtrudc2ir'atta speot tbe holidays at borne. in Favetle. Bbu returned gsturdty evening ad has again taken charge of ber aehool at tbe Wea aclioolboute. Misses Ida and Emma Ue rctarned to Warrensburg, Moo ... R.m MeFsrland to St. Charles, Lewis Carthrae ud d Hawke to Fulton and Geo. Corder to Columbia, all having spent a i...ot tloae at home during tbe holidays. Th.ra waa dulte a pleasant party at tbe real- j1B. f Mr. Fletcher Groves, Tuesday eve ning. Tbem was a large crowd In attendance .-rf all acemed to enjoy tbe evening very h .mon. those present were Misses of Frank Lamborn, foremsu, and Etnan Allen, Jr., reportor, who will leave In about two weeks tor tbe new ttate of Washington, where they will eogsge In tbe newspaper huafnias. The latter-named, who have been employed here for the patt ten and twelve years, give up their positions not because 01 any dissatisfaction on thj part ol employed or employer, but simply for tbe reason tbtt they think tbey can better their financial condition by going Into a new csuntry aud engaglug in butlnest lor themselves, We would like to know who Iba persons are ol whom tbe Chicago Herald tbut tpeakt: A oacbelor named Thomas, who Uvea In Lexington, Mo., baa Just passed through a remarkable experience, or a set of experi ences. Mrs. Blytheton wat afflicted with the quinsy, and Immediately Mr. Thomas fell sick of the same mslady. After botn recover ed Mrs. Btvtbeton bad a felon and Mr. Thorn is Initowed tult. Then the lady took tbe meai.es.and Immediately the sympathet ic bachelor broke out. At tbls Juncture Mr. lilytbetoo tcok a hand In the affair and ad ministered a sound thrashing to bit wife's imitator. Tbe result of thlt ttraoge treat ment Is uot yelknuwa. It would be Inter esting to know on wbal theory tbe thrashing was administered. Did the husband IblnK tbat the bachelor! quinsy, felon and measles were tbe result of a too keen sympathy, or Is he so Jealoat of bit wife that be does not wltb any other man to share even a sickness witb berf No doubt, so far as Mr. thonias waa concerned, Mr. Blytbetoo would bave been q iite welcome to tbe quinsy, the felon and tbe measles." Morrey and Davis, two of tbe men who are Supl. A. Marsh was around amougst the boys here a short while Monday morning. Harry Wood, tbe genial Myrick station agent, left Monday, for a visit In St. Louis and 'o his old borne, St. Charles. Tbomas Pratt, Nice Sill, Sam Lovit, Grant Meuefee. all Mo. P. boyt, and all married wllblu tbe patt month 1 Tbe ice has been broken and we may now look out for Tom Bolton, Sid Loomls and Harry Wood. These latter named young gentlemen bave been acting very strangely here oi late and they will bear watching. Wm. Baird, who baa for sometime been running as express messenger between Sedalia and St. Joseph, via Lexington, has sccepKd position aa messenger on the M K. AT. Russell MoGrewry, of tbe sedalia office, has taken Mr. Balrd's place on ins Pacific, while Wm. Wallace, aud old express man well-known In Ibis city has taken charge of the Sedalia office Mr. J. M. Crowder. of tbls city, has been given charge of the secret service depart mentof the Central Branch of tbe Uclon Paci fic railway, with headquarters at Atchison, Kat .This position is like unto tbat held by Mr. F. K. Tutt, also of this city. Mr. Crowdar't qualifications for such a position were brought to the notice of the Mo. P. officials, by whom tbe Central Branch of tbe U. P. is operated, bv his recent success lu runniug down the Otiervllle train robbers. Mr. Crowder is a tbrewd man, a god Judge of criminals. knows Just bow to approach tbem and will undoubtedly prove to be the rlgbt man in tbe rlitbt place. He will not change his place of residence The following order was posted alone Ihe 11.,. ni thn Mn. P. last Wednesday : On and after Sunday. .January II. IHIH, tialns Nos. 103 snd int. 101 and 1U2 will be discontinued between Sedalia and Tipton; Nos. 171 and 172 and I7n and 17l will bu discontinued htMn Tinton and Versailles," Let us Communion services at tbe Presbyterian church to-morrow week, the 18th Inst. Judge X. Bylaiid will address tbe member sblp of tbe Farminglon Presbyterian church to-morrow morning and night. Bishop E. R. Atwlll will preach at tbe Episcopal cburch In tbla cltv to-morrow morning and evening. Regular services at tbe M. E. oburcb.Soutb, to morrow morning at 11 o'clock and In tbe evening at 7:00 o'clock.Sunday school at 9:00. Lexlogion District. Joseph King, P. Second Bound. tin part) Dover oircuii at Dover, January 10. 11; Waverly station, 11,1V, Longwoodct at High point. !, is; Higglnsville sta, 18, 10; Sweet Springs at Sweet Springs, 24. 35; Herndon ot at Hern don. 81, Feb. 1; Cbllbowie ct at Cornelia, 7, t); Warrensburg tta, 11, 10. Utual services at tbe Baptist cburob to morrow tporning and night. Morning ser vices at eleven o'clock. Subject of sermon, God's Message to the Guilty City." Night aarvlca at seven o'clock, precisely. Subject of sermon, "Divine Mecy." Immediately after tbe m jrning service a called meeting ol tbe cburch will be held. Business ot great Importance will be presented and discussed; and every member ol the church la carnertlv requested to lie present. Preaching at both services by tbe pastor. Be v. F. W. Eason. Judge X. Byland btt been prevailed upon by tbe executive committee of tbe Southern Presbyterian cburch, having charge of tbe evangeliatio work In Ibe rtate, to act aa their executive officer and a lay member of the cburch In the field, ana bat already entered upon tbe discbarge of bis duties. If tbe work should prove agreeable to him and satisfac tory to tbe committee, be will probably re main therein permanentlv. otherwise he will resume tbe practice of his profession. We wlsb for him In either case unbounded prosperity. Convention of tlie W. 4'. 'I'. V. ot the rirtu Ulstrlcl of Mleaourl. Gilliam returned last in Jail here awaiting trial upon Ihe charge of .tu.ly these numbers a little and see bow bavlug broken Into Harrison A Co's, store, at Higglnsville. have been frustrated bv Jailor Wade In a neatly-planned attempt to escape. During a period following tne ennstmas season an envra iarx- -placed In all tne Jail cells, hy the trusty who desired to be relieved ot as miicq worn at mat time at possible, and, it stems, Morrey and Davis have been very saving with 11. one morning last week Jailor wane arose ana found tbe e-tire Jail tilled wltb coal smoke and began investigating the cause, whlcn was found In the cell In which Dayla and Morrey are confined, Behind Ibe stove lay plied up against tbe ttone wall a great pile or coal htch was and bad been burning. When In- Rallia and aiau-1 Edward. Uetsrt. Joe Barks qoiry wat made Into tbe cause the prisoner! and R. K. L. Hltl, of Blackburn. Tbe public staled tbat tbe ootl had been fired by the h.l oneiwd Monday with a full attendance, ... .,.t Mrs. Loser, assisted by Mist Little nin'.. alto ave a very pleasant and succesi- tul New Ysr party, which waa grettly en .....1 h ail those In attendance. The table waa thiug of beauty and the eat ablet all .v..t th mutt laittillou could desire. After ...n.e theuuetls spent the remaining hours Of the old j eer ii ebaradee and other part times, all leaving lullv Impressed with tbe knowledge tbm their hostess and her awls tents tf err tlellglitfm enterlajner and wish ) . for tt uto prospered! and happy $$0 kesrs, ttove getting too hot, but tbla It hardly rea sonable. The supply of water demanded by Ibe prisoners wat noticed by tbe Jailor tu Have been unusually large, and be It of tbe oolnlon that by firing the coal and getting tbe ttone wall very hot, tben throwing water npon then Ibe prisoners hoped to slack tbe limestone and tbut make easy tbe removal of enough of It to permit of their escape. The walls of tbe 1all are two feet thick and tbe buge blocks of ttone are bound firmly togeth er bv rods of steel running through tbem, and Morref und Davis might as well lay aside all hopes of escaping In tucb meumir. r they will affect Lexington: 1 rain No. 1UI is the passenger trulu which now runs from Sedalia to Myrick, arriving at this place at 8:53 n. m.; train No li2 Is the same train, as No 101. the number being ohatiged on lis east bound trip, Tbo removal of these two trains deprives us of our only passenger train Irom the fast at night and our only east-bound naasanver triln III the morning. Trains Nos. 103 and lilt are the sauie as Nos. 101 and 192, the numbers belug changed when thev are r.,n onto the J. C. B. L. dlvisiou, and their removal moans tint we are to no longer have naasenner train i.n that division, and that ...r.nn ri..sirini to travel on thai roa I will be comtiellsd to ise tho local freight trains The removal of Nos. 175 and 170 do not affect Lexington as they run no nearer to us than Tipton. This action on the part of the Pa cini: Is a matter or serious regret u iuu .r...io of Lexington, aud especially to tbe people of the towns along the Hn ot iiusioau wuicii bave no other roadi running Into or near tbem. There is no belter work in sight for the business association of this city thso to try and remedy this deplorableslate of affairs. We have. thought ourselves badly treated for several years past by the Pacilic refusing to run a passenger train we t at ulght and east fn.n K.usis cltv in the morning, hut tnat- tara ara l(K) per cent, worse now tuan they naye been. Tbe seventh annual meeting of tbe Fifth District W. C. T. U. will be held in the M. E. church, at Odessa, Lafayette county. Mo.. January 13th and 14th, IdHl. We earnestly desire to mske tbls our best convention. To he able to do tbls it will require an eflort on our "white ribbon" sisters. Our state presi dent. Mrs. Clara C. Hodman, will be wltn us both dayt, and will apeak the first eveulng on The vV. C. T. U. and itt Relation to Ihe Church," aud tbe second evening ou "The Higher Education of Women." All unions will be ex'ieoted to send delegates with will ten reports or their work. County presidents and district superintendents will please pre pare full reports ot Ibe year's work. All in tereited In bumsntty are cordially Invited to COUie aud neip US, cspeuiauy tun luiuisiers; we need tbeir council aud words of cheer. Mrs. M. P. COLEMAN, Pres. Mian G. M. W-Ri. Sec'y. J3ttolclen's Arnloa Salve. 'l lie best Sans 111 lbs world tor Cuts, liiuises. Sores, Ulcers, Halt Hheuiu, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, anil all fikin Kruptious, and positively cures Piles, or no pay n quired. It is guaranteed to give per fect, satisfaction, or nioney refunded. Pricu twenty five cents per box. Fur sale hy Leroy Farmer. octlhvl Regular services at tbe Preabyteriau church to-morrow morniug and evening . WALI.AOK-r'ULLEK. The following Is an acoount of tbe wedding of our former fellow townsman, Mr. Hugb C. Wallace, to Miss Mildred Fuller.ln Wash ington, u. C, January 5. written by the staff correspondent of tbe 8t. Louis Republic: For some weeks past there ha; been noth ing talked of In Washington society circlet but tbe wedding of Miss Mildred Fuller, daughter of the Chief Justice, to Mr. Hugh Camnbell Wallace, of Tacoma. To-day was set as tbe date on which tho marriage was to take place and S p. iu. the bour. St. Jobn a church looked unusually pretty for tbe cere mony which was to be performed within Its walls. At 8 o'clock Dr. Daniel Weston, of New York, an uncle of the chief Justice, who per formed the marriage service which uisdeCblef Justice Fuller and Mrs. Fuller man and wife. stood waiting al the altar. A lew minutes later Ibe bridal party, to the accompaniment of aweet strains of music, approached. Dr. Weston performed the beautiful mariiage service with simplicity and reeling and pro nounced the words which Joined Miss Mildred Fuller and Hugb Campbell Wallace in the holy bonds of wedlock in a tone that made all who beard It feel toe sacredness of the obligation takeu upon themselves bv these two youug people. Many prominent people were present al the marriage irom an pans ol tbe country. Alter tbe ceremony was over there was a large reception given at the tiduie of tbe chief Justice, where tbe msnytfrleuds congratulat ed the bappv young couple and wtaueu mem a prosperous voyage on tbe sea of life. Tbe bride and her maid of honor wore wblte, wbilo the brldematds were attired in pale yellow gowns. They were Miss Cath erine Fuller, maid of honor, sud Misses Grace Fuller. Miss Moore, of New Jersey, Miss Flanagan, of. New York, Miss Swinton, ol New Jersey, and Mia Woodruff, ot New York, brldemaids. Mr.Tbomas B. Wallace, of T.coma.urother of tbe groom, acted as best mail, while tbe ushers were Senator-elect DuUois, of Idsbo, and Messrs. J. H. Mitchell, Jr., of Tsc-ima, Wash. ; Jobn Lewis, of Portland. Ore.; J. G. Zacbary.of New York.anJ Archibald Brown, of Chicago. Miss Mildred Fuller and Mr. Wallace bad what tome would style a romantic courtship. Tbey met at a reception at Vice-President Morton's house last year, Just about a year ago. To use an old. a very old, but none tbe less expressive phrase, it was love at first sight. It was some time before thev met again and then the scene had changed from Washington to tbe romantic and poetical bills of New England, where Miss Fuller was spending the summer wltb ber parents. By time accident or decree of fate. Hugh Wal lace also spent tbe summer in those same New England bills. Tbe young people taw much or each other. Tho spirit ol fate which seems to bave caused the meetlug at Mrs. Morton's, and also the bringing together again In tbe nstlve land of Miss Fuller's father of these two young people, seems also to bave caused them to Hod that In the harmonious and sym pathetic responsiveness of nature's chords. In the .being of one toward that ol Ihe other, there existed tbat Ideal love which it orly consummated in marriage; for when Miss Fuller returned to Washington she waa en gaged to be married to Hugb Campbell Wal lace. The bride, Miss Mildred Fuller, wat born In the city of Chicago 21 yeart ago. Showing at an earlv ase tbat she was nre-emluently a student. Wells College wat selected as tbe Institution at wuicb she was to be educated. It will be remembered tbat tbls is tbe same school In wbicb Mrs. Cleveland pursued ber studies. MIb Fuller grtduated from Well's at the bead of ber class. She Is ol a very decidedly literary turn of mind and In this, coupled witb ber inclinations to study, ahe resembles ber father more than do any of ber sisters. She is as clever as any ol tbe daugh ters of tbe chief Justice, and tbls Is saving a great deal, as each of the grown daughters bat Ind jstry and talent enough to make tbe most of her gifts. Miss Mildred has produced tome literary wrltlugs aud a play, wblcb, though none of them bave been published. would do honor to our older authors of es tablished reputations. Miss Fuller Is a blonde of a little above medium height, engaging blue eves and a well-formed month und Is. to say the least, very pretty. Hugh Campbell Wallace is a sou of the late Thomas It. Wallace, of Lexington, Mo , and was born there In 1SU3 and is now iu his twenty-elKhtli year. He received his educa tion lu the public schools of Lexington. When about 17 years of age he became ol the opinion that Horace Greelevs advice to go weal was sood, and lelt the parental roof to stop only wheu he had reached Socorro. N. M. After baying tried his fortune there for some I. me wltb varying success he went to the north west. In lMi he was appointed receiver 01 public moneys at Salt Luke City by President Cleveland. Much comment was made on tbe aminlnimeiit at the lime us young Wallace was only 22 years of sue. heiuir, it was said. the vuuogest muu ever appointed io a federal office of such responsibility, lie resigned the nillee la 18fjS to UO to rueoiua, in the then territory of Washington. Heie bo engaged in tho real estate business and was signally successful. When Wash Innton Territory was admitted as n state, be waa made chalrmau of the tlrst democratic slsto committee. The convention to nomi nate a candidate for conn reus on tbe demo cratic, ticket unanimously tendered blm the nomination, which he declined. At present be It Interested in a number or business en terprises In Tacoma, and is also president o tbe Point D fiance Railway Company. Per sou aliy. Mr. Wallace Is very pleasant aud affable and Is held In nigh esteem by all who know him. Hu is a blonde, with llgnt brown r.rlv hair aud earnct.kindly. brownish gray eves. His father, wlio died shout three years n. was well knowu and liked in Misaour .nil was United States marshal of the west arn district of Missouri fora number uf years After a large reception at Ihe home of tbe chief Justice, Tie bridal party'lelt for New York lo-niKUi. wnerc sir. aim airs. Wallace will remain a few days before eoing Florida. Irom whence tbey go to Cuba. where tbey will slay uuin snout me isi m niarcn. and then rslurn to i'avuuia, w licit they will make tbeir home. Died In HiirKinsville. December gl, infant child ol Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Tyler. In Blackburn. January 1, Mr. WM. FITZPA THICK, aged about T years. At his home, near this clt y, January D. ol pneumonia, Mr. FOREST HICKLIN.aged 24 yeurs. In Corder. January 0. ol fever. Mis. AUGUSTA ORK daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II, llobenwald. Near Corder. January (i.ol pneumonia. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Schmidt, age it 1 year and 8 days. In Triplett, Mo., January 1, of paralv- tls, ANNA B.. wife of Mr. Frank K. She waiter, and a aister-ln-law of Hon. J. D. Hhewalter, of this city, aged 20 yoars. At his borne, lust west of Mrrick..lan- uary 4, of consumption Mr. JNO. DUNCAN, aged about 'ii years. He wat an honest, bard-working man, en gaged at the time of bla death in coal mininir. but previous to entering this work, had followed the farming business. He leaves a wife and several small children. His remains were taken to Sibley, Mo., Monday lor Interment. In Weslport, Mo., January 0, Rev. E. 8. DULIN, aged about 70 years. Rev. Duiio was for a number ot years pss- tor of tbe First Baptist church and president or the Baptist Female College, in this city. He was one of tbe most prominent miuistcrs and educator! of Missouri, Ills remains will be brought to this city for ioterrmont. but Ibe arrangements for tbe funeral bad not been made at Ibe lime or our going to press. In Denver. Col., Jsnuary 7, or diph tberla, EMILK WINTZER, aged about 60 years. Mr. Wlntzer was quite well known here, having lor several years been a resident of' this city and engaged In tbe florist business at IngleslJe. His wire and daughter, who are .dill residents or this city, bave tho alocere sympathy of a large circle or friends. The illness ol both or tbem prevented their going to Denver to bo present al tbe Interrtnent. At her borne, In this cltv, January 8, Mrs. ANNA, relict of the I ate bss. Homer. For several yeara Mrs. Homer has been a great sufferer froa cancers, and although the best medical treatment has been accorded ber tbe deadly cancers continued to gnaw at her vitality until he at least succumbed to the Inevitable. Mrs. Homer was a native or Austria, coming to tbls country a number of years ago and settling In Lexington, where she lesves host) of friends whose beads are bowed in sorrow at ber death. She leaves four sont and a daughter, Charles, of Kansas City. Emil. of St. Louts, josepu. Albert ami Auna, of this city, to mourn ner toss. Near Marshall, Ssllne county, Satur day. December 27, Mr. W. W. SPATES.aged about 80 yeara. He leaves four children, three sous and one daughter, and an aged companion to mourn bla loss. We deeply tvmpatbze with tbem all. but more especially bis aged com panion, who being almost an Invalid bas been under bit care and guardlansbip for many years, nut mere is one consoling iuoui:iii.iuai 11 cannot be long at most 'till she will Join btui on tbe other shore. He was truly a good man; be bad been a member of tbe Methodist cburch for a number of years. Truly it can be said a Ulher lu Israel bas fallen. We can only ssv to bis children and grandchildren, emulate hta example, strive to meet blm In thai bright world above, where sickness and sorrow never come but all is peace forever more. F. B. At his borne, tlx miles northeast ol Corder, December Ul. Mr. MARTIN U ACK LEY, aged tib yera. Tt months and 1 day. Mr. Hackley was born In Rappabauuoc.k county, Va. He married Miss Mary Eliza beth Berkley of the same county. A lew years after marriage, be turned bis face towards Ibo lar west, with bis wile and oue child, and settled 10 Lafayette county. Mo., wbere be lived an honorable and upright life, alwaf ready to give to and help the needy, and visit tbe sick. He waa a member of the Methodist church, South. He leaves a wife and six cblldren.two sons and four daughters, to mourn bla loss. After several yeara of a-reat suffering be bas left this world of sor row and pain and gone, we nope, 111 10 uiai klmidom where sorrow It never known; into that beautiful city wbere there Is no more Keeps the Largest and Choicest slock of Moat in the city, also GROCERIES ANII PKOVSIONS.I ami in lad everything. We have tlelen.iiiied to close out our stock of CLOAKS- (iive mt a cull ami ace if Ihin. are not there Kli. and we offer your lioice of Cliihirt ..' ; Cloaks Ladies' and at ROBERT E. The Leading Butcher. JUST HALF PRICE which means: SMITH BROS. PRICE LIST. $2,50 Cloak for $5.00 Cloak In onli'r to hriitire over the inevitable times following the holidays wn have dull IO.OO Cut Prices Regardless of Coat. Tlir following are a lew of our many Hpot Cash I IturKains: II pounds ;ranu!ati'd sugar at On . pounda l.ialit lirnwn sugar 1 on 17 pounds Dark Itrown sugar 1 00 Arhtickle's Cofl'ce, per pound it First tirade Flour, per InO pounds 2 :i.y l orn Meal, per bushel 110 i:orn and Tomatoes, per can 10 Star Tobacco, per pound 40 Old Country Soap, box of no pounds t Bo ii Burs National Soup, for X Kaislus. per pound l'2,'.c lo 1T Choice Mixed Candiert, pel pound l.'H Clear Nice Syrup, per gallon !ft Country Sjrghuiu, per gallon ' New Orleans Syrup, per gallon M Coal Oil, per gallon I! Lard Oil. per gallon fJ Ji-lly.iu io and 30 pjund pails, per pound AX Clmlce Syrup, in a gallon pails ... 1 nu Choice No. 1 H.iun. ! r pound lu choice Ureakfast Bii-.on, per pound in SI1011 del', (smoked), per pound H Sli'iulders, (dry salt), per pound. 7 side Meat, (smoked), ier pound li Hide Meal, (dry salt), per pound 7 Pure Leaf Lard, per pi.und Kveiylhiug we have in stock is being offered ul Ited Itock Prices. Don't forget the place, SMITH BROS., .South aide Franklin Avenue. Si. 25. lor $2.50. Cloak lor $20.0.) $5. 00. Cloak lor $10.00. Now is 1 of the season. your chance to get the greatest Bargain Call at once and get the choice. M. F. R0YLE & SON. ffvw.sni'ES DO YOU Ever Take Medicine? It is often a necessary but an unpleas ant duty to perform. FOR SALE. AKoml. Ireata -lersey cow calf, five luva old. Have too many cows mi.i1 will aell at verv reaaonu'jie Uirure. . im,:l JOHN 8 BLACK W IOAI.! COAL.!! SKAI.KK I'ropoeals for supplying Coal for the eoiiniy lor the year commencing March I . 1 , will be received bv the t.'ounty Court until 1 ..nin.-it noon. Mniidav. February li. The i-oiirt reaerves the riKhl to reject any and ail I. id. Atlesl: hAML'El. J. AISLMir.Y. Union NOTICE. mill.', remnviil nl' iiivself and family to Cincln- 1 nati will not in Ihe least inlt-rlere with the l.namess or ni clothing store in Lexington. It will be In charge or Mr. Butler Williamson and ...v miu. whn have so ions' been mv assistants. .....i 1 iiMt to lie able, bv uiwavs being on the emuiiil to niirchase bareains. lo sell bargains also lo my customers. MOftltlS faftAl.. rtlEFriAU OF STOCKHOLDERS flillK annual meetlnx or the stockholders In the I MnrrlHon-Weutworltl Bank will he held in 1,... .i.r..ri..r' room ol the bank, on Wednesday, I tic llth day ol January, ls!U, between the hours r imie a. m. and three p. 111. of that day. for Hie puriiose of electing; nine iltreclora for said hunk lo serve lor Ihe ensuinc V'sr. s. ti. WENTWOItTtl, Pres. I. so. U. Cathom. Secretary. lanillf DESIRABLE 8UBIJRRA.D HOME FOR MALE. IOKr'KIt my suburban place lor sale, conai.ting of -.'4 acres, situated .'' mile east of C. F. C . ad), lining city .... 1 .111 the south and LexUiKlon Coal nore I . , .. i,.n,l m. ilio north, underlaid with sorrow, paiu, sickness and death, and where l.,1Hi 0i BirliiKa, two large poods, all kinds 01 niie irun, buvu m ii,mo, i'-'.. , "" pliiuis, oulnoes, duiusons, Hlberian orabs, urapes, raaptwrrlcs, blackberries, strawberries, birsc asparagus beds, pecan and Vtieatnut trees ill in hcarlnx Large, comfortable house, good ,...n..r mn iHteni. lame barn, ire house and o tier good out buildings. For particulars apply .., in.. Saiumolb a-rocery houae of W. A. IsiBer- lew. Main alreet, opposite Urand Central Hotel, Lexington. Mo. lp3tf There is Nothing we Eaty ssDrink, Wear or have Fun with, that is of so much impori..nce as the medicine we take. A Reliable Druggist, is a but "joy forever'' to any PURE DRUGS of community, the highest I dispense nothing qualify, put up accu- 4nd'a hand will wipe away ail tears. Hear 1 sad ones, be is gone: there is a vacant chair in iha fumiiv circle, we shall miss biro, but none so uiucb at bis wile, who was such a loving companion, and tne near cuuuren.wuo will never again bear tbeir papa's voice. itu.e .hii.lrn wa deeulv sympathize witb vou. and especially so wltu bis aged compan ion, and will say look to tilm wbo Is aoie to lave to the uttermost. B. I'. KKHOI.UTIONS K KKSFKCT. Resolutions adopted by tbe pupils of the TRUSTEE'S SALE. TIIKItKAS. William B. Page and Mary A. I.ir hla urlle. li their cerLttlll uoeuoi iriiai. t, .. kit. .i.l ..nr.n the. death of their dated Ai.nl 21. Itfm.aml recorded luinanace 01 lonwi pun...-r - recorder ol deeds lor Lalavclte county, atis- uu w aitti- i ...... m i.ook IH. at usge , onmrj u o. n si.r trustee, the io'lowlng dcsorlbed real schoolmate, Frank flstier. wno was dentally killed December 20, 1800. Since it bas pleasaJ tbe Altulgbly Father In His wise providence to remove from our numbor.we doadopt the following resolutions: Hesolved, That we do keenly teel tbe loss of our sihoolrnate. who was ever cheerful, generoui ana kind to tbore wltb whom be wat associated. ttesolved, Tbat we egieou our iioamun sympathies to tbe bereaved family and rela tives. May mey un i iieauc ami uuuiiui. tbe loving kindness or mm wno uostu an things wed. . . , ., Unsolved. That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Lexlngtou Intelligencer with a eenueat to nu'jllsb. Elmer K.dwardm. cuss. LiesKR, KDWARO ABMBBUaTKH. Walter Cartukak, Emma Haas. Klla Bkddick, Katie; Dkan. .Matti Hackly. Committee. N MRMORIAM. One of tbe old Und marks gone I At two viwk. Tnesda morning. December 30. 1890, at tbe bome of bis son-IQ-lsw. Hugb Calla way. "Uncle" Hugb Maaterson passed awav to tbat "uo liscovered county, from whose borne no traveler returns." Uncle Hugh, as he waa familiarly called, was one of Lafayette county's oldest settlers. He was a man whose honor and integrity ra above reoroach and possessing a warm and genial disposition, he was widely known and hlirh's eateemed. Few men of the pres ent day. ol his age, possessed the energy and vigor for wbicb be was noted up to tbe time of bis death. By bis demise, the community bas lost oue of Its most valuable citizens. He was tbe fstner nt eleven children, live of whom preceded bim lo tbe spirit-world. Six cbtldren and twenty-ons grandchildren are leit to mourn bis loss. He was a linn friend, an honest man, a Christian gentleman and the hand of a sympathizing cniiimtiuily is ex tended to the members of his hcrea ed lanuly . Uncle Hugb waa oorn near jsewmwu. Scott county. Ky., ou Nov.nili Ken. wnerc he lived until he came ol age, whi n lie miir- ied Miss Isabella Mall who died soiue eivin ,i- inn veara ago. In I8;i'i he muted to Mix- sourl and settled In Ittndolph county, where lived unt lsltt. when, wltn tne n wi in he discovery ol gold in California, hu wen: wltb an ox learn, bill returned to Misun hi and settled In l.iravelte i-numy, wueie h resided until his death. Some six or seven ears ago lie proie-.-.'!! fuith in Jesus, aud uullcd with Ihe rnii.ii iu burcb aud remained u cotis'Meui luciimer m ne sa.ne null I lie wn caueu awav mem- rd. ' eatate, annate, lying ana oeing in im um.jui Lalaveite and slate of Missouri, to-wlt: Lot number lln (5). In block A. in Ihe town of Page Ciiy, in said Lafayelle county, aald deed ol .... i.omo- .riven to aecure the payment of a i.uie described lu suld deed of trust, and, u i...raa. It is nroviiled In said ueed of trust iiu.i in thn event of the absence, death or refusal oi ald trustee to act, the acting sheriff ot Lalay .......... ..io m art in hia stead, and. whereas. said trustee has relused lo act, and. Whereas, ... i.i .ah iailne and unn-.iiit in nartt now. there- lore. I. the undersigned at the request of the legal holder of said note, will, on SATURDAY. JANUARY St. ine Imiirs of uine o'clock in tbe fore noon and live o'clock in the afternoon ot said .i... in ir.,nt nt ihe iionlolUoe door in th town I l;iae City, in said county, sell to the highest . . . . . . .. ..)...... . I .... .... i lin. I .uul Mlula lor the purpose of paying said note and the garment exuenses oi execunus tui hwi. expense a CH ARLK3 8. MITCHELL, Sheriff and Acting Trustee rately, according to the Doctor's directions. LEROY FARMER, Mai:i Street, Lexington, Mo. IN ORDER TO REDUCE MY EXTF.NSIVK STOCK. OF WINTER GOODS BEFORE JAN. 1st, I have mde the following reductions in prices: Children's Overcoats, reduced from Children's Overcoats with capes, r. tint ed from. Children's Overcoats with rapes, reduced from. $1.50 2.50 .r.00 to' 4.00 $2.25 . 3.R0 to to The prices of Youths' and Men's Overcoats have been reduced from 10 to 20 per cent., or from $i,.ooto 55.00 per COUNTY DEPOSITARY. NOTICE is hereby given that the County Court it countv.ln the aute ol Missouri, Al ine r euruitry itrrm .hcicui, u y mi rfceiVfl settled pronosuls from any bunk We have just received a large invoice of NECK TIES AND MUFFLERS for the holidays, and have tin- riuuai munia, uiiri, iu paj hi i Ibe privilege of being wade the I m tflC CltV. ie funds ol said county lor the I 1 Give me a call. is rewar wilt I .All ' in....r.inrtitinn- uasociaiion or Individual hanker. In said county that may desire to be selected as the u 'altary ol the funds of said ...... mu Anv bsnaioK incorporation, associa ...... individual hanker, in said county deslr mn to hnl snail deliver li the clerk of aaid court. III! or lieiore mv urni. .i(J u iiw .ouiuw j 1 , ,11A . . Ir-MI. of said court, a sealed proposal elating lbs I HoUDtedlV the BeSt ASSOItmetlt amount tbat said banking Incorporation, asso- I J e.iaiion or individual banker, oners to pay to said county lor .l..ail.i rv nl th ...... v.,.. 11.. l ennuinir the dale ol si id bid. iil.l bid shall lie acoompunled bv a check on ...ii.-nt hank, duly certilled. lor the amount ol money ouerrii in saio ni.l. payaoie io n.e ii-niHiin r ol sanf couniy. or tne amount in currency may be de ivereil lo said clerk. ad DO i..,l kIiuii lie e.iinaiitired unless such check rciirreiii'V atia'l uccinm-u"y the aiima The said tcit.i io k.- putillelv opined by lb -said ounl i iiiirl. nt no.. ii on tli liratd iy ol the Kehruar n riii I s'l I . ul f .nl nil, and each hut In li mi eied iipini II. i I'Ih id said eiiurt. ami raid . mrl In j-en-l :n Hie l p intlsry o Ihe fun's ol :ii.l euiiiilv Hi' hitiikii.tf iiic.irii.ibliiiii. u"S , ciatiou or individual nu ker, IVeriiiK lo pay to raid couniv the lurgeri aiuouiii lor runi priv; tryc; pnivittid l'e I'.iiii'l Mit.it; h tv- -i. rielu in i.'j.'ft anv iii l al' lii'l-; anl -u a m, mh aiitdt 4. t. I.l Hill r.;iul I l.e lll'Hl'-, lii I'li'i K 'l :ii'l mil 1 1 -li .ll .tetivt r Hi.' ciii'.-k "r urn' I-y . iti piisueil Willi I-iiii 1-v il.e h.ii-1'.i-i.i.Ii.I li ilk, lii lI'rlretK-ilii-ri.t aAi.l i'iii.iIV ;V'"t at out-,' i. fit? ti ihe .-Im-I'Lk .r i iil'i.'iii'V di p .Hiled ivnti linn .i lite :..lk wlm elll.t Were I. ie. li'd Wiihui lie il.it h niiri Hie . !. 'li. iii oi mi. I. !i'po?i my. It Nil 11 tie llii'illIM ol Pi' lit'iklui: IHNiip ll.lil'Hl,-l'l i. t O't 'if i'd vi. Hi.' Ini.k.r. .ii atli'i'l-d :.i . x. i'ilte ;t llim.t p.i.iltle .u s nil .'..lllllt.t In In up -liVV 1 1.. t tta- County t ..ilr i.l vll. I ri'll It . :i "'. Iil" I ill I'll' illtli'.i' nl III.- ' . I. ul -.aid i'..r,ii, with ti.ii If.-. than live M..vtin iri'tii tl-t", tii. i t-ti.til own ittieii.'.iiiniM'ii .t ie ft NO. 44. SlAllC Or' MtSBOCKl: UKt'AllT.MKNI OK M .VI K. vYIii'ieas. On the Mst dv or iiemuiicr. eighteen hundred antl ninety there was Uleil in Ihe o nice ol luc secretary m min-, re quired by Isw, a elateruentof !he proceeding ot a meeting held lor the purpose ol i x- tendlna the tune ol duration oi ine "l.aiay- ette County Bank" (a corporation mganiat-il antl existing unster ine laws oi nt mih oi Missouri) Oily years irom renruary i.. iroi . the said corporation oaving in an tuiuss compiled with the law made and provided tor the extension of tbo time ot il nation m said banking corporgtioni. Now. therefore, 1. Aiexauurr a.. i.t'ucur. secretary or slate, of the stale ol AliKMourl. in Virtue aud by authority oi law, tin ncreo certify that the lime of duration of the !. lay lie County Hang," is emeum-u iu uin years from Kebruarv H. lfOl. In lestimouv wntirrui, i ne nvir.n... set my hand anil atflxeil the tlteat Seal of tin Stale of Missouri. Dona at the i Ity ol .teller sou. this Slat Jay of December. A. D 18 "0. A. A. Lksiiruu, Sec'y of Stat. iTIie Ureal Seal of the slate ol Missotirl. JalUta (in to Kgglestou Kwlug's lor pure buck Whuat flour, pure maple sap. genutue New Ones'n molasses and the best sorghum ever UisVtle, 'Jecll I'.lali. I.l I lit- alu.li'. nl :,a 4Je..l vli:' art Ihe .tiiK.itii. ol a'ttil ti'iti.i. Hie petiit.lv ot ,a il t.oi d i'l l.e nl li'UHt iluiil.le llu teveiuie id said iihiiii lor any one year, and eiiii.l'ti.uie.l lor lue I tt i II. -ltd pet t'ovinatit'c o . all the dun. a and oliliua iiiui ili-r.ilviiiK by l"w tintin said depositary, mi. I lir llu it) on nl l..'.li pit'Sfiiiiii.iui i.l til In i ka drawn liiou suul teponiiarv liy I lie riuiiiv tieaniirer u ai.l cuiiiiiv. hfiiever anv ItltnlH ati.tll he 111 Haul t'tMilui-y u.llt-.atile l.i Ihe psvuienl nl said .'lie kt and lliul alt l nits tl a nd en inly, Ine'ii'llnt; lumla li.'lnii.n to i'Iio I .lintrlt't in the t'4iuitl y . htl uni Ine eupi nil mh. ml Hind fill' nl, I list : I li htllluuMy kept hv find .1 poil niv tut I hit otlnli'.l l"t ai'Por.lina to lit IV :anil lot' u hrt'ivi'll oi sa.d timid llu- cntiuly , .ir any achiml d -iiiii't til aatd nniiiity. nr any lerson n iuicl. muy intiiniaiu an action in the untie id the r.ilinly lo the line id' the acbool Meirii'i. or person ii ureil thereby. I i i on Hie a pnro ja id said bond and Hie deslg nut inn i.l aaid licit silarv bv nr.lt r ol at Id court ihe county treasuier shall immediately transfer m said di pn-llary all the limits belonging lo tald c.iuu y or Itie snliuol d Bir.nls ot said coun iy and iittiueillalely upon Hie receipt of any inn ey thereaiier epuait the same WHU said depositary lo the credit ol said county . It shall lie Ihe duty ol said depositary to provide lor the payment ul the county seat ot said county ol all I'liecks dratvu by the county iivasmer upon the lumla ot sunt county, an long as lund id said v.iinlv shall lie in the iiwe.aion ol said deposi tary, sullied to bin Ii checks. If the deiiOMitary bl...t..it nv thu iMiui-i s.iail nut be located al the county seat ot said county. said depositary shall ii with iha couniv treasurer a slalt iiieiil oasis' natina- tbo place at said couniy seal wnere ad ..k.ut mil lie mul. and suld th'Poailary shall ,..we ever e.heck lo be it tut ll oo ii uicsentatiou al the place so ueslaiiwe.l. so iong at the said leno-'ttai v naa auiueieui muni m n.r ncn w. said couniy applicable to im ,.uiu"iit SAMUKl. J. AMiBEW. Jan. 7, lol. Clerk ol County Court. RUSSELL ! RUSSELL ca nn i AC i: RUSSELL ! ma Ki:n : it's !tmi nriii"; i acoiH ai Will ell t'r the next Thirty D:iys 1 ?i i i.r;i t the folio wins; l'w pnocs : B Grade, $55. B Extra. $65. A Grade. $80, ami rBiuember jiricoB ol miitiM ial are ntiiij up whocU have ailvauced 80 per ceut.; springs, ax Ins ami loather tiav an upward tendency . Vou can buy a Surrey, l'haeloii, Itupgy r Spring Wagon, my oikii um hr.nl & per cent, dis count ou 4 or 8 months, with approved paper. lltvins; yeliicleg in stock. finished and iu process of compleliou. 1 will make thin eacrulce. Will take orders to he delivered next spring. Tlioae who coiiteiupl:tlo buying will do well io call and gee me, aa 1 have so much flock on hand that 1 am determined to sell. This is the beat offer you have ever had. Call noon. D. RUSSELL. Lexington. run ukw. ST.tltK i.i.mt aud dwelling- rooms, newly paialfd and uicely papered, tuilon Row. Iun7ll A.liKVRR. JOHN R. JORDAN, UttM.ltH IN DRY nolK, NO'I.OMM, yllKK.NSWAKK, Udtlt KltkKH, Ac Itutob Bow, opposite uostoiltce, Lexington, Mo. Bed tlocX Pnoes. uicblu t Ull KENT. rpWO Ctirr AUK'S. Atilily l.t 1 Lit HAKb riKl.l). fclif deoJUll l.i'Kinalon. Mo. BANK STOCK FOR SALE. U share ot Spick in lite Lexiogton Baying. It.iuK tor sale nl privst. sa e to settle at thi per share. dvc27i3 I far value 1(J). vt. It, ltlll.h.S, dminislralor ot Uubt. IaylorA aV, I 1 m i Jit.