Chillicothe Morning Constitution from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 8, 1890 · Page 3
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Chillicothe Morning Constitution from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 3

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Wednesday, October 8, 1890
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LITTLE COS iS. The county court adjourned thi 3 afternoon. A. W, McQueen, toe piano man, from CnrrolHon.Tvas here last night. Mr. anjl Mrs Joseph Pierson are in Utica, visiting the family of F. Bonderer. The Misses Grace gave an atter- noon tea,Monday, in honor ofJMisses Gordon and Guitar, of Columbia. Mrs. J. W. ISotts and d?u;hter Florence, left this morning for a visit lo the coal palace at Oltumna, Iowa. Mrs. James Blunkenship, Miss SJBIC Martin and Mi=s Minnie Wi! hams are in St. Louis attending' th» f ai r. The fire boys will give their ojster supper next, Saturday night, and a good showing of receipts should be made. W, H. Sipple and wife have mov~ ed from the south part of town to the Moss property, on East Webstei street. Mr. J. S. Mize, of Florence, Kan- a«, was here to-day attending the funeral of his mothennlaw, the late Sirs. Emma Broaddus. The case of Gordon vs. Burns, to set aside will, which has attracted the attention of the court considerably, has been dismissed. Henry Kase and John Nagle were in Chula, Sturgis and Cotton Wood Grove TuesdayV^ooking after the interests of iho Normal School .Last week we made mention of R. E. Cashman taking 2 premiums for the best half bushel of oais, when it should have been John F. Mast. We of course, are sorry these mistakes occur, but it was the fault of the judges. Sealed bids will be received up to Monda y, Oct IS, at 4 o'clock p. m. for the building of the Union church IB the eouth-west port of Chillicothe. Flans and specifications are at Squire Umphalbaugh's office. Directors reserve the right to reject all bids. Chillicothe is the only town IB north Missouri which has a store room with marb'c fljor. Mr. Ed. Carney is putting marble,both on the nppcr and lower floors of bis new building on the south side of the square Mr. John Cunningham, candidate for sheriff on the republican ticket in this county, may think it good policy to have a negro deputy serve subpoenas on white people of Jack, son and Sampsel townships, but we opine that he will hear from the voters of those townships in Novem ber next. Mrs. Peter Saale and Mrs. after Viiting am\ taking in the fair here last week, returned to their homos 111 O'Fallen, Mo., yesterday After the grand and petit juries had discharged the duties devolving upon them for the past two weeks, they were dismissed thin oioimng by the judge. W. B, Wiogate, the fat piano man, of Kansas City, is here to-day with his sleeves ro'led up and his tiproQ, on working m the interest of iiib house. A C. Pettijohn, of Brookfield, was here this morning a few hours with ftfew cf his fuends. It is re~ ported that he will speak here next Saturday night. Mrs J. M. Wilson and daughter Fay, of Harrisonvilie, arrived yesterday to remain a few days wilh Mrs. Wilsons father and mother, R^v and Mrs. S. W. Cope. Mr. Ed. Carney fell into his cellar at bis residence a fow nights ago and was badly bru.sed up. Ht, manages to "set there," however, all the same, eaca daj. The hickory nut yield tins 3 ojr is very large, and one man brought in one hundred bushels yesterday from Giaod .River. They are selling at 65 cents per bushel. S H. Austin who c'aims to be the oldest man bore in Livingston Co,, without moving thertfrom, is here to-day from Monroe township, where be h s lived since January 6tb, 1835 S. A Stcnc has on exhibition one of the tint-si pianos t h a t h"»s ever been exhibited in Chillicothe. It is of the celeb'ated .Biueraon cuake and was orde r ed for Mr. , of this city. Alls. J. P. Menegay, has moved her dress-making shop from North Locust street, to the room occupied by Misa Katie McGuire. North side of the square, where she requests a continuance of patronage. The marriase of D. C. Walters of Iowa, and Miss Leora Cope, daughter of Kov. Cope, of this city, will fce solemnized at the residence of tLe bride's parents this evening. "We tender congratulations E. B Waples, the man who erected the first brick business house in Chillicothe, and is also a pioneer oierciivi, of this county, is hero on a visit fioji DeaisoD, Texas. He is greeted on every corner bv old acquaintances snd friends. .Removed.--W. L Gieen has moved his shoe shop from the old John's stand on South Locust stieet to Enst Webster street, first door west of Fiedenck's machine shop. Call on me for good work* Ocl6dlw W. L. GKEtN. j. SV. FilliDgor was out with his buggy and horse Tuesday evening near the Catholic school, when he wa=, oveitaken by a runaway team belonging to John Flora. Fillmger's buggy was completely demolished only leaviDg one wheel unhurt, but no other scu^us damage was done. The boys who attended the Chilli- cotho fair are loud in their praises of the treatment received at Bismark's Cafe, the new dinine room and oys. ter parlor recently opened under tae Leeper House and presided oyer by John Bissett. the prince of caterers. John's quail on toast is undoubtedly the finest in the broad Jand.--Tren ton Republican. Although the notice is short which is to be regretted, but we hope that Col. Waters will be greeted with a good audieuce at the City Hall tonight.--Tribune. We went around, but the gallant Colonel did DOS put in an appearance. He probably was like Senator Plumb, Mr. Blame, Senator Pad- doc.t and other republicans, could not stomach lha McKmley bill, and didn't want to show up. Don't blame him. Quite a novel and pleasant party was tendered the Misses Gordon and Guitar, by Messrs. W. R. McElroy, Scott. J. Miller, H. F. Henderson, and H. H, Carpenter, last evening at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Gor. don. About 11 o'clock very nice refreshments were furnished by the young men and the evening was one long to be re- membertd for Us merriments and pleasure M.sses Gerdon and Guitar left this evening for their home in Columbia, accompanied by Mrs Dr, Gordon who will be the guest of Miss Gordon. MABEIED. WoittET - BEARSK.--At the Bap*- t'st parsonage Tuesday evening, Oct. 7th, 1890, Dr. J. B Worley and Mrs L S. Bearsc, Rev. Williams officiating. fTnis marriage has kept the people of Chillicothe in suspense for some time, and hardly the most intimate friends of both parties knew just when it would occur. At 7:30 last night a carnage conveyed the contracting parties from the bride's residence to the Baptist parsonage, where everjthing was in readiness for the occasion, and in front of only a few relatives of the bride the ceremony was performed by Rev. Williams in bis usual graceful snd effecting manner, after which the bride and groom. accom~ panied by a few friends repaire I to their new home on South Walnut street, where a sumptuous supper had been prepared It was joy in the tiousehol 1, and all piesent did justice to the bountiful supply of delicacies f-|nead before them. The ( ke sent the CONSTITUTION force »· -i highly appreciated. The bride is a lady of many friends having lived m Chillicot'.e a number of yaars, and formed hundreds of acquaintances, who extend to her their kindest congratulations. The groom,Dr. J B Woiley, is a man identified with the public of Chillicotho in bis professional business a friend to everyone, and the public heartily congratulate him in bus new married life. "24 HOUBS LATE " Owing to a press of other matters in our Sunday morning edition, the following additional premiums and fair notes are given our readers today :--Tribune of Monday. Notice to Lie-it Consumers. Our Grand Daughter-Ollie May As the public already knows, her remains were removed yesterday. Oct. 7tb, 1890, to the city of the dead. She was an innocent, sweet child all her life, r.nd died nt the age of twelve years, in hope of a better life. She was consecrated to God by infant baptism, which vows of holy baptism, she assumed in ber own name a few months before she died. i6e was anxious to live, but said she iras ready to die, resigning herself and her destiny into the hands, snd to the will of Sod. Although so young, she bad written in a limited, brief way, for the public press, and otherwise showed unusual intelligence and ability for one of her age. We doubt not that she is with the angels and redeemed in Heaven* Another strong and tender tie now binds us to a better life, and to our tome in heaven. The many friends of the dear child, who were with her in her sickness and death, and who manifested such marked sympathy at the funeral, have the sincere thanks of the whole family. S W. Core. I am now extending the new incandescent lights into the houses and establishments of subscribers, and it mil greatly facilitate the work if those who have not yet ordered will do so at once, so that they may be put in as the work is progressing in tbeir vicinity. H. G. SETMOUR, Supt Chillicothe W. G. E. L. Co. Oei6d3t. Jack Snipe Valley- Messrs. John and Jerry Noland, Miss Johanna Noland and their cousin visited at Owen Dor.elly's a few days last week. Joe Gorman, who has been inhaling the balmy breezes of the Pacific slope for the past year, is expected borne soon. It is rumored that wben he goes back to the West again he will not go alone. The dance at Owen Donelly's Sat. urday evening was well attended and those present report that they enjoyed themelves hugely. Joe H. Brant, of C'hilhcothe furnished the music and gave excellent satisfaction. G. A. McBride has purchased a jrnn-new buggy; he evidently wants to keep his name out of the old Bachelor's column. We will wait awhile for developements in his case and if he gives satisfactory evidence of an intention to reform we will spare him from that trying ordeal, jook out, Mary, for that new buggy. Tom Boyd has purchased a fine roadster from the Valley's most noted stockman, Col. Pat Hickey. Tom ia} s that with this horso he will down 'Combination's" record at the next ninual fair. The bop at John L. Wilson's was a grand success. A large crowd was n attendance and all went home 'eeling belter than wben they came. We can already congratulate our. selves on the grand success of the lct bachelors' column. Will Mann- ng, wh m the most sanguine belle would hardly have attempted to cap- uro is already showing signs ol be- oming serious. We are glad to liscover that our first effort was not n ram, and hope that future efforts will meet with like success. On our bachelors list we this week present the name of James Hickey. im is one of our best looking as well most liberal and enterprising cili- ens. He is more unfortunate than a majority of bis brethren since most if them have a mother and sister to irepare meals, wash the dishes, mend their socks and new on their uttons, while Jim is obliged to at- end these manifold duties besides ttending to his farm work These luties would prostrate an ordinary man but Jim's brilliant intellect and londrous physique are equal to the occasion. Jim is a native of these tarts, "having been born here abou he time of the erection of the build- ng now known as Jack Snipe College was first projected. He operates one of the largest stock farms in the Valley and from the frequency with which he adorns the parlor of Uncle Davy we judge that we will shortly be obliged to strike his name from the bachelors' list. Don't let him escape. Dell, he's "a Jim (gem) of the purest ray, serene." SALLT ANN. "Mud Sills " ED. CONSTITUTION: Jas. F. Anderson, in commou with hundreds of honest farmeis in this county, is indignant at the Tribune's reference to them as "mudsills." This is an insult which they will re. sent at the polls. They si ill insist that Mr. O'Reilly was forced off the Democratic ticket by men who thought themselves better than be, because he was a laborer and a farmer, or a "mudsill." Now, the Tribune has as little love for O'Reilly as it has for any other Democrat, as evidenced by the amount of fun it poked at him after he got the nomination. To champion bis cause now, after be has taken tb« only resource left to him, looks silly. It would 1 have been useless to elect Mr. O'Keilly, as he was not eligible, and his seat would have been COD tested and he would have beeo thrown out. It the Tribune wants to know in what way Mr. O'Reilly was no: eligible, read the last two lines of Sec. 6621, R. S. Mo., and be cn« lightened. Because Mr. Anderson is not a dude, he is a '·mudsill." Wonder how the "mudsills," who have voted for Mr. Sailor in the past will like their new appellation. 11 the Republican party had a few more "mudsills" and "silks" in it, perhaps they would not send a y alter nigger into Sampsel township to serve subpoenas on white men, especially one that could not read. The "mudsi'ls" support this country, and we believe the dirty fling at them by the Tribune will be resented H ith interest. FARMER. NORTH JACKSON DBP'T. ED. CONSTITUTION : JLast week being fair times we devoted our time to other business, but we will try and make up for it by sending you a long list. Everybody from this section is well pleased with it. Dr. J. W. Moore considered it quite a compliment to be appointed a judge in the baby show. I'll bet be made a good judge. Miss Mollie Peery spent Sunday at borne. Rev, Rice of the Springhill circuit, preached two sermons at Bethel church Sunday, and everybody was well pleased with the effort he made. There will be preaching there the first Sunday in each month for the coming year. Charles Duprez of Kansas is here visiting relatives and friends. Some of our leading farmers arc Feeding cattle and others are intending to. A mo tier them we notic Alex. Black, 40 herd; Moore WoN ridge, 100 head; J. F. Black, 21 lead,and sjvetal othsrj, but we fail ed to learn the number. Nearly every farmer is feeding a nice bunch of bogs and some are getting pretty near ready for market. On last Saturday night some one entered the residence of Wm. Marow, from all indications for the pur- ose of robbery, but finding that kfrs Marlow was awake be retreated without doing any damage. H, Henlon is preparing to build an addition to his residence. M. N. Rose intends erecting a new ·csidence as soon as he receives his usurance. C, HICK'S SCHOOL leport of the Hick's School for the Term Commencing Sept. 1st and , Ending Oct. 30th, 1890. / -- y Number of pupils attending ; male 16, female 19; total 35. Whole num- er of days attended by all pupils 121. Average number pupils attend- ng each day during the month 2* 9 19. Average number days attend* id by each pupil 14 31-35 Number days taugbt 19 Pupils that attended each day are Daisy Brugb, Lillic licks, Eiuina Linville, Cannie Jack* son, Walter Jackson and Henrj Hicks. .Everything moved off smooth thit month and hope the future of the term will be as pleasant, as the pafct, '..Irons of the school arc solicited to ·isit the school. Respt. D. B. WINGO. FOE BENT--Furnished rooms or rent. Enquire at this office. 3t Try the Hew.Gallery, north side square. They insure good work. Sep20dwlw* Is the name of the new Saloon just opened on North Locust Street, -BY Gallagher Brice. In this new and finely furnished room you can find the finest Whiskies, W es, Brandies, Cigars, Etc. k Always o Draught, Everything to be run on first- class principles, and no rowdyism allowed. The two proprietors are old saloon men and will treat the trade with-respect. Soliciting a continuance of favors, we are Yours truly, GALLAGHER BRICE. s--w Hew York STORE! Cloaks ! low - Open! Our New Fall Stock, embody- ng Everything New, Stylish, Desirable and Commendable: -\ Stephens ASipple The leading one-price Clothiers and Furnishers rcjflc': Cloak hi Adhere the Stock is Large Enough and Varigated Enough to please the most fastidious. Jlazer Jackets, with cord trimmings and detatched vests. Reefer Jackets, with astrachan apels and cuffb. Three-quarter Coats, supurb qualities, black astrachan revere fron.ts, standing collars, astrachan cuffs, ruffled shoulders, handsome, elegant garments. Three-quarter Coats, in Engish cheviot, huzzar fronts, standing or turn-down collar, puffed shoulders--the very atest. handsome combinations in plush and astrachan, in all the desirable selling shapes. Plush Garments in Blazer, Reefer, Three-quarter coats, Sacques, and every other commendable style. Handsome line of Children'; and Misses' Cloaks. AH garments, sizes and shapes carried in Stock at the New York Store Cloak Rooms. Tic Grcit Smith. IcVey Go White Uolanodried iP *$ Ever since our opening in this city we have sold a good white shirt lor fifty cents. We have dropped the old number and put in a new one that is the equal of any seventy-five cant shirt in tbo city The profit to us will be small, but tbo shirt wo are offering you at fifty contH ought to and will double our sales, if yon examine them. Wo have udded a new number in our seventy-five cent line. The bosom is twenty hundred linen, the muslin Now "fork Mills or Wain Sntta, the equal of it will cost you SI. Our Underwear Department will interest the closest and largest buyers. Very Respectfully, W. R. DOYLE, -DEALER IN- JEWELERY, Watches Clocks. Ciirries a Full Lino of Jewelry A G L O W ! CARPENTER AND STARKEY! Have moved from their old stand on North Locust street to the itore room lately occupied by M. E. Schmidt, and have added ft eery large stock ot CLOTHING! We have decided to make our headquarters the place for th« people to buy, And on every dollars worth of goods sold we give · tuarantee to be as represented. Our stock is complete, and anything you want can be found in our store. Come and look over stock, and it we cannot satisfy you M to QUALITY * PRICES there will be no damage done. Carpenter Starkev. The Low-Priced WANTED 20,000 bushels of APPLES, suitable for evaporating. Drop apples, windfalls, bruised fruit will answer. For particulars call at the Evaporator in Jackson's Handle Factory or Wm Summerville's store. 2-wtf A. L. VANTASSEL. Fine pictures at Huffman's. Prices low. DENTISTRY · WORLEY'S DENTAL BOOMS for First-ClMS Dental work. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT MM, and all work guaranteed M npntWBt- ·d. North side square, "big clock," If Ml - '-I - I Piano andOrcanlnitroctiont. I will give instructions nn either piano or organ at reasonable rate*. address me or call at 804 1UMW St. DunHoua*,

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