Chillicothe Morning Constitution from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 11, 1890 · Page 6
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Chillicothe, Missouri
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Saturday, October 11, 1890
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'CSTffgsisr'Sjss ·*,, - ~ ^Pc 5^" T^? billtcotbt fto«»tiinion LITTLE OSS. Hugh H*Dn»h of JDawn,ls here today visiting friends. Abe WfiRwns is in Quincy to-day taking in that Tillage. Mrs. Marc is still quite eick. ind ·with but little hope of relief. The Avalon band furnished music for the F. Mid L. 0. picnic yesterday. R. M. Johnston, wife and son. Isaac, are in Salisbury to-day visiting fiiends. B. B. Wallance of Childre»e,Texas, it here to-day on a short' visit to friends here. Win. Wells came in last night from Marion, Iowa, and returned to Iowa this morning. Byron H. Wilson, of Avalon, son of our 3. A Wilson, was here Satur day with his father. A. C. Pettijohn spoke about 20 minutes last night at the court house. He made no friends. Miss Emma Wadley, the artist o: the Normal school, is visiting home folks in TJlica to-day Mrs. J. P. Blankensbip baa re returned from St. Louis, where sbi was attending the fair. The sports here have gone- craz; on horse racing, and somebody is going to the wall ere long. Perry Wells goos to Hamilton to day to be ready to ship apples to thi place for our fruit evaporator. H. H. Edsall and wife leave Tuesday morning; for Hot Springs, Arkan ·as, for the benefit of their health Bonder and Dice hare leased thei pasture to the Chitlicothe Coon Club for bunting purposes for five years Chas. Bover, representing th Standard Printing Co., of Hannibal is here spending Sunday, with gooi people. B. T Ballard, formerly of Car rollton, but now of Kansas City, wa bere yesterday doing the grocer merchants. Services at the Episcopal churc to-day U 11 a. m., ahd 7:30 p. m Sunday school 3 p. m. Seats free All invited. Joe. Glndieux, Adam Saale and W. Fowler, will leave here next Toes- lay morning for a visit to friends in 'ueblo, Col. Mrs. Gladieuz and Irs. Saalt, will return home with heir husbands. Mrs. Dr. W. C. Knby, of Macon 3ity, Bister of Dr. J. E. Dunbar; lopped off yesterday evening to nsit the doctor, and will leave for Kansas City this morning to visit her daughter, Miss D. .Ruby. Mr. Lemon, south of the river, was the first to deliver a load of tim. her to the stave factory, and A. G. Heron was the first to deliver a cord of stave bolts B. S. Hastings Co. are going to do a good business for 3hillicothe. An attempt to assassinate Congressman Brockenridge, near Mor- rillton, Ark , last week, was made -by a parly, supposed to be headed by the notorious Powell Clayton, of .Republican fame. W. Knaus. was the lucky man wh took premiums last week, instead o W. Cross, as stated by some of ou home papers. Wm. Morgan shipped a car load o hickory nuts to St. Joseph this morn ing, which he purchased here fo 75 cents per bushel. Scrnby Bros, have shipped 12,00 barrels of apples this fall. The claim that the crop is much large than they anticipated. capons. Tbe man who was sup- osed to be a tramp bad $35 in cash n bis person, besides a revolver, nife, and other "necessities." Thos. H. Kemp was in Hale Fri ay attending tbe reunion. He was elicited to speak, but on account of is friend John B. Hale taking up 11 the afternoon he was not able to e heard. A BIG The F. and L. U. Picnic a Success. FAIR OKOTJlfDS SWARMS. spvccbm By e. H William* AM W. W. H. Washington's little black Brown Prairie" done np "White Cloud'' ia a halt mile dash at the iair grounds y esterday. The darkey thinks more of his little treasure than others do of a fortune. J. W. Toppaas.the postmaster, desires us to inform the public that all poet-office boxes on which rent has not been paid will be declared va^ cant after the 13th of this month and the boxes rented to other parties. Dr. T. B. Dice of Utica, will st«rt for ot. Louis and Little Rock, Ark. on the 14th and will stop in the city ol roses for recreation until about the first of November, when he will return and vote the Democratic ticket. S. A. Stone the piano man has sold the celebrated Emerson No. piano to the following partiea: Henry Wallbrunn.J. J. Holmes.Peter Burgy W. C. Powell, Louis A. Chapman C. B. 0. Mclnturff and S. G. Tur. ner. A. C. Pettij«hn, the man who is running for Congress on the republican ticket in this district, spoke to a few of bis following at tbe city hall last night. He is quite a nice speaker but bis hearers were few and far between. Miss Minnie Lee DeSha, daughter of the former editor of the Trib une, of this city, but now of Pueblo. Col, will be married next Wednesday morning to Mr. Wm. Truman Strait of that city, so says invitations sent friends here. Mr. Acber, of Brookfield, throng the agency of H. H. Spence, Friday purchased a lot in Mrs. Bryant's addition to Cbillicothe for WOO. Preaching services at First M. E. church to-day by the pastor W. M. Sapp at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9 r30 a. m, So far thtsfa'l Scruby Bros., have purchased over three hundred bushels of hickory nuts, paying therefor on an average of 60 cents per bushel. Geo. C. Hcberling, the big hearted Milwaukee official, is here to-day talking over tbe road's business. He always finds a welcome in this man's town. _ J. J. Holmes returned last nilrht from Olathe Kansas, and says while he was in Kansas City Saturday he grasped the hand of the president ot these United States. The growing ffheat and grass never looked better at this time of year than at present. The acreage of wheat is large. Come to Livingston countjjbo live. Bliss Lida Mellon, of Denver, Co), and Miss Minnie Houston, of Lane county, Oregon, after a visit to friends and relatives here' will return to Denver next Wednesday. I. N.'.Page h*s sold for S. G. Tuiner to John Quigley, lot 16, block 12, Highview ~ addition, for 9150. Mr. Quigley is to erect a neat dwelling in the near future. Soperintendent Seymour ;waa thrown from bis horse last night on bis return from the light house, but escaped serious injury. The horse was somewhat bruised in tbe scram- V.l« ***"*"~~ v ^ r _ .. ^^3^- ~ Die. s .^ .^r OrarMeek returned Friday night "from Oltnmwa, Iowa, just in time to take in a man at the Milwaukee de- pet for being in a box car, and charged with carrying concealed Services at tbe Elm Street Meth- odi»t church today as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. ani 7.30 p. m. by tbe pastor, Kev. Z. M. Williams. The pubhc cordially invited an i strangers made welcome. The Young Men's Christian Asso. ciation meets at the Baptist church Sunday Oct. 12th at 4 o'clock p m. Subject "Christian Athletics-Wrestling," Eph. VI,12-13;St Luke XIII, 24. All men are invited to be be present. No collection. C, E. Connerly, tbe man whom officer Meek arrested Friday night, chargad with trespassing on the property of the Milwaukee road, 'felt tl 00 and coats with the city before his departure for Kansas, where be claims to have a claim. 'the F. and L. U. picnic adver tised for Saturday, was a grand sue- cess. By ten o'clock the streets of tbe city were lined with teams, wagons, buggies, carriages, good looking farmers and pretty/ woman and children. There were more teams here than on any occasion, for yean, but one noticable feature was that to every wagon there was not an average o) over one voter. The iair grounds fairly swsrmee with teams, and the amount of good eating displayed and gotten away with was great, as all bad come prepared to feed the multitudes. The Avalon band discoursed good music, while tbe speaker of the afternoon, Mr. G. H. Williams, State Lecturer, of tbe Alliance, talked to tbe throng. His speech seemed to be well taken by those assembled, and there is no doubt but that be told tbe bearers many truths. At night Mr. W. II. Wheat, ol low*, spoke at the old Masonic bal in open meeting, which was well received. The only circumstance which would tend to mitke hard feeling was the fact that some parlies wanted to run horse races during the afternoon but was objected to by tbe committee who had the picnic in charge, am their motion prevailed. Geo. W. Falk, attended the Chil licothe fair last week, with his ben of blooded Poland China hogs, and captured the following premiums First, on boar under one year ; Brst on sow under one year; second, on sow over one year; first, on best It! head of hogs bred and owned by exhibitor. ,, After the fair Mr. Falfc sold the premium sow under 1 yea to J. G. Cossada sons, of Chula Mo., for $110. This sow has neve been beaten in her class. Mr. Falk has a number of other fine sows almost equal to the one sold.--Rich mond Conservator. Dr. Dunbar closes his present en gagement at Carrollton to day Thursday. This concludes his thirc visit to Carrollton, and his busi ness this tine has been much large than upon any previous occasion Patients have come to him from a over the cou ntry who were sfflicte with diseases of which Dr. Dunba mikes a specialty, and the relie be has given and cures be has mad will insure him a still larger practic when he comes again. He goes fro here to Chillicothe to nil an engage ment.--Carrollton Democrat. actress, and erfection. The Normal school building will hereafter be lighted by electricity, and Mr. Moore will to-morrow sign the contract with the Water and Light Co., for eighty incandescents. This will make the building a beauty to behold, and the president is to be complimented . Services in the Presbyterian church, opposite the public school building, at, 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. The subject of the morning discourse will be "Confession and Confessors." The evening subject will be Pilgrim's Progress," young people. a sermon to Services at tbe Baptist church today, morning and evening, by the pa«tdri^8WsJ. T. Williams at 11 a. m. TheTBnbject will b* "The Necessity of Choosing our Object of Worship." At 7:30 p. m., "The Model young Woman." Sunday schocl at 9:30». m. All are cordially invited. MAEBIED. By Rev. John S Booker, October 8th 1890, Marvin E. Carlyle and Miss Dora Biggins, both of this county. Dr. Dnnbar closes his presen engagement at Carrollton to-day Thursday. This concludes bis thir visit to Carrollton, and bis busines this time has been much larger tba upon any previous occasion. Pa tients have come to him from all ove tbe country who were afflicted wn disease* of which Dr. Dunbar make a specialty, and the relief he has giv ·n and cures he has made will insure him a still larger practice when b comes again. He goes from bere tc Chillicotbe to fill an engagement Carrollton Democrat. Intelligence was received bere las night by Mrs. John Fitzpatrick of th death of her sister-in-law, Mis. J. H Carlow, Saturday afternoon at th residence of her sister, Mrs. Kennet in .Richmond, Mo. Mrs. Carlow has for a long time been a sufferer fro consumption and her death was no unexpected. She was about 43 yea of age, a most excellent lady an leaves a host of sympathizing friend Her remains will be here to-day at 12:30, and the burial will take place from the Catholic church. class of entertainments than in the past It is lot pleasant nor profitable for one to spend monev for very snide show that sticks its pair on the bill boards simply be- auso he wants to see whether or not is any good. One bad company ill do more harm than two good nea can build up. The pertormance riday night by the Carrie Lament ompany with A. H. Scblange as manager, ia a good one, gave entire alistaction, and will draw well if hey ever return. Miss Carrie is as weet us a picture, a most clever OUR FAIR- Meeting of The Executive Board, Saturday. NOVICES NO DOUBT. The Southbound Express ou the M., K. T. TIME TABLE HELD UP WEAR SCHELL CITY. All Satisfactory to The Associa- Four lien Armed Witli Shotguns Board tl.e Engine Cab-- Tlio Usual Blaster-Visit to tho MXssense Given Tuein tion. Bills plays her part to DIED- SMITH. --At his home in Wheeling, Saturday morning, Mr. M. Smith, Red 35 years. Mr. Smith was one of the leading merchants of \\ heeling, and had only been sick a short lime with brain trouble when death him and relieved him of h ngs. His death occurred at 5 o'clock Saturday morning while being watch id over by family, friends, and relatives. His funeral will take place today at 10 o'clock, and the community sympathizes with the bereaved wife and mourn the irother. child who are left to loss of husband and Against The Fair to Be Paid To-morrow. Some Money Left in The Treasury With Which to Irr- prove. A meeting of the executive board of fair directors was held Seturday afternoon, and a statement of tbe business ot tbe week placed before them. There was eveiy reason for the association to be satisfied, for they bad given satisfaction to the great masses who had attended; all Twenty Second Anniversary. liast Friday evening being toe 22d anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. E 'ardonner, quite a number of their riends surprised them by coming in and taking posession of the house nd bringing presents as a token of their respect. Among those present ·ere as follows : Jas. Hntcbinson and wife. B. J. Gnffltn ·' " A. J. Boasley " " Jas. Cleveland " " John Gudgell John Sweeney " '· E. Vanbnsbirk " " F. C. French " " Dick Johnson " " J. Deitzer " " F. Webb " Mesdames W. A Lane, R. Jj.Seay, M. Johnson, Ed, Black, Ed. Dienst, S. Hoge, G. Hoge, Geo. P»nsh and mother, Ed. M. Packard, Jewell, Wilson, Dutton, Billingbam, Dide, Spenoer, J. Warman, C. W. Pardon- nor, B. Abshire, Slagle; as well as Misses Seay, Lane. Ellett. Abshire. Deru. Dutton, Webb, Dide, Ireland, Dodge, Petere, Hutcninson; Messrs. Griffith, Ellett, Hopper, Slagle, Dide. Dancing School* Mrs. Test will open a juvenile dancing class next Saturday after* noon, Oct. 18th, at 8 o'clock, in New York Store club room. An evening class lor young ladies and gentlemen will organize Thursday evening, Oct. 18tb at 7:30. Tuition for one $8 for two, $10 ior three pupils in same family per term a II tbe latest round and square dances premiums were paid promptly on demand, and still their wa» some money left in the treasury. Every member of the association had worked hard for the success of the First Annual, and despite con* sidersble opposition by parties who had not the love of tbe count} 's success at heart a grand success was attained, At tbe meeting yesterday oills wcie presented, looked over.and adjusted, and on to-morrow they will be signed by President Gunby, and delivered to the proper persons. Although, as yet the exaU amount to be paid out cannot he ascertained, it is sufficient to say 'bat there wil remain in the treasury a neat sum with which the association will im prove tbe giounds the coming jear The association ore loud in their praise of the manner in «?hiob Mr. I. Hulclerman had improved and managed the track prior to tbe fair and for his services a wairant i ordered dr-wn. will be taught olSdSt ROOMS TO KENT. The rooms now occupied by Dr. I R. Campbell, dentest. over Citizens National Bank will be for rent after Oct. Ifcth. Apply to T. McNally, OctlZdlf ALL'READY. We are now ready to receive staves and heading timbers, either by tbe cord or in logs For full information regarding same, call at our office at factory, corner of First and Hickory streets. OctlldAwtf R- S. HABTINOS Co. We give Mr. Cunningham the benefit of Mr. Si if era statement, that be (Slifer) appointed a negro in preference to a white man to serve subpoenas on white people in Jackion township, and not Mr. Cunningham. Tbe game acted as a boomer ang for Mr. Cunningham instead of a benefit, hence Mr. Slifer's card in tie Tribune. Jackson and Sampsel townships will November. be heard from in Carrie Lament- We are glad that tbe present management of the opera house hss decided 10 give Ohillicothe a better Water Notice- EDITOR CONSTITUTION: Water will be shut off to-day, Sunday, for a short time in order to complete water extension on East Webster St. All consumers please take notice. Very Reap., H. G* SKTMOCR, Manager. Boarders Wanted- I can accommodate a few boarders, far whom I can furnish rooms, and would like to have a few boarder*, Enquire of Mrs. K. B. Withers, East Webster, St. Octldlw Mrs Martha Brown, late wife of Mr. Galop Brown of Braymer, was buried at Tmney's Grove, Bay county. Friday. She was 60 years ot age at the time of her death, and had been a suffei er from dropsey for some time. She was a relative to Mr. Elmer Moorman of this city. If yon wish a lap robe that you can leave to your great grandchildren ·nd still be the "best in the country Jim Tanner will sell it to you cheap. Valuable* Dr. Dunbar Here. As per engagement, Dr J. E Dunbar returned to Obilhcothe Friday night after an absence o several weeks, doing good in othe: town*. Last spring when tbi eminent eye, n»", catarrh an throat specialist was lien', he mad an impression amoug the people which can never be wiped out, no for other reasons, but because be it successful in all his undertakings caring people of troubles of standing, and ftndlnz relief for tbe sufferers who had failed when treat ed by others. After his first visit h was prevailed upon to return, nbicl he did ; remained three weeks, and i that time elicited more praise from suffering humanity than any olue traveling doctor of the land. Now h U here foi a two weeks.' visit for tb third time, making headquarters the Union House. His manner o treatment of patients is known to all, for those with whom he has had dealings in the past, successfully, having related their gratifications to their neighbors, and no doubt during his stay heru now he will evtn increase his former volume of business. One thine above all others we can say for Dr. Dunliar ia this, he never takes a Cise when he is sure there is no possibility for doing good, and when he takes a case. satisfaction is guaranteed. When tbo fact was ascertained Saturday that the doctor was in town bis suit of rooms was crowded, and a portion of patients were compelled to wait until Monday for treatment,' So wide is hta nputation that they cume for miles to see him . His prices are reasonable, his treatment kind, and success assured. Thursday evening we met Dr. J. E. Dnnbar. tbe celebrated eye and ear specialist, as be passed through the city irom Cameren to Carrollton. The doctor is still a young man, but already enjoys a widespread reputation for the skill and proficmccy be has shown. He has traveled all over the northern part of tbe state durinn tbe past five jeais and bis practice is rapidly increasing as his visits become more frequent. He has just concluded a very suc- eessfu! ten days visit at Cameron and finding the number of patients so veiy large he has concluded to ma e a ten days visit to Plattsburg in the near future ; due notice of tbe time will be given. -- liathrop Monitor. Dr. Dunbar is now at tbe Union House and will remain 13 Four SCOTT, Kan , Oct 11 --At 9-50 Jclock last night the Missouri, Kansas 5 Texas passenger and express train, Kiund south, was stopped by four .asked men, about one mile from Schell City, Mo., at the Osage river water tank, and about forty miles from 'ort Scott. As the train was pulling up to take water, the fom men, armed with shotguns and revolvers, lumped In he cab of the engine, two on each side, and covering Engineer Hank Terrell with their guns, ordered him and his Ireman to get down As soon as tho ;rain was stopped a colored porter itepped down from the cTli to see to the air brake and was piomptly covered with % revolver, held in tho bands of one of the men The fireman and the poiter were guarded by tho side ot the tram, for 'ear that they w ould arouse tbo passengers. Placing a revoUcr at tho head of ihe engineer, tho robbers marched him io the door of the express oar and forced ilm to knock for admittance The messenger, E \V Canoy refused to open the door until bib name vas called y the engineer, whose vo ce he recognized. Upon opening the door of the car he was covered by the desperadoes' guns. They said "We demand your money " He replied that the tiain did not carry any money and that he d i d not have any. The robbers appeal r-d to be satis- led with the statement J.nd without entering the expiess cai allowed the jrain to proceed on its wa 7 Tbe train was well loaded with passengers, having two Pullman sleepers and two passenger cars None of the passengers, however, were molested. When tho train arrived here, at midnight, the messen- ;er handed over to the agont bere a uoney package for this place The robbers had their faces b ackod in addition to wearing masks, and ivcre evidently notices at tho business. As yet the railroad authorities nave been unable to obtain a description of the robbers, except tha. u boy wore long black masks, covei ng their faces, which bod been blackened The sheriff of Vernon County was furnished with a special train this morning at Nevada, and he twenty- five deputies proceeded to Schell City, and are now in hit vicinity The express messengei li.vl only one valuable package, and tb.vt contained SI, which was consigned to tbe Lou siana State lottery at New Orleans by a pieacher's wife residing in Sedalia Gonoial Superintendent Trey stated to a reporter that he was sure tbe attempt was the work of people who were new in tl.e business. _ U W ft m 1 20 p m 10 1f »m 4 0 5 a m .549pm -22j n m B U" p m EAST BOUND. tNo 2 Local ExpresH .. - ... "No 8 bt LouU TSxprefis . tNo 22 Accommodation Freight StO"k l reight. Sunday only iWBST BOUND. tNo 7 Omfthft Kxprees --- . ·No 3 Pattonsba-z aceom. .. .. tNo 21 Accomon'»*!oH Freight . Time Freight «in Iav only .... +_.- y except 8undsv. No 2-- A - r v . ^ n r TonJs « 1.1 p. m. Palace eoMnlnic Ui^ir ( ..rMsealsfreOBrnorwlek to St Louis No 8-- Arrlv-s St Tjould 6-90 » m Purlor foali cars and Pullman Pained Sleeping car ChillicoU c 10 St Louie. No 7 -- Arrive). Council BlnfTii 12 11 p. m , O-^mha, 1 00 p m. Same equipment an No h. o" rates, ticfceLs, urao table*. «t«.. npply f F BARKJNT06N, Agent cullllcotho. Mo. JO 1117 u r n .12 27 p iw . 8 On p n lo 7 1 8 7 r j.t.A risa troarn. UANXIBAI, ST QOINa EAST. St Louis Kansas City (Fast llne Paaaenicer No. i . . » Pasuengerlio.« PahsenaerNo 2. Fast Doe rafisejae^r No 16, wt. [^nols 13* . A.-commo(Utlci N o 20 ._ i conmouution No tf W-MWt* wje-n*. Paa eager No 15, Denver fci ...... Passenger Wo. 3. Faat JLilne Pusbeneer No. o - PassertKe- No. *. St Louis Kansas Citr (Fact line) ,4 2T p ra Accommodation JNo ** 7 V Accommodatltu r»o. 21 ... . 9«.0 r. a. Na««n, Agent, 5 4jt a in _7 !·»in CHICAGO. MILWAUKEEftSt-PAiri, GOING EA.8T. 4 M Paul Passenger A ' T ». Ml 2 lOp 2 t hkagu - .. ~~,, -. ArtnrmiKXlalion Freloht, B 7 On H m to SC5incur, A . 5.M V in GOING WB8T. No i St ran! Pafsengsr A . 7 Acfommoda'ton r relOt. B I l W u . m * 2-* p m 843*.m lo Polo B £« PF"o V Accommodalion Frelgtit, C, ijton Eililnnator}-- A d a i l v train*. B, ilnH except Sunday. C. Sunday on'y r, A-ITaj-lor. .Alien!. Mail Unc v-llb Electr o klel)t«l i" M^am ileated Vei»lUmled r»lQi belwecu Chicago MllwankPe ffcd Minneapolis Trim* OondiicnlKl Konse with Elettrto For Malaria, Liver Trouble, or Indigestion, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Xh» Suspect Suiay l.i li ml «« Barn--Ui» Latent i .Ik LEAVUXV*OIITIT, K i n , Oct. 11 --Jailer Pickens, who waa met at Kansas City this morning by faheriil Tloia, arrived on tho nine o'clock train v,ith little Benson, the Mettman suspect Pickens started with Uenson fioin Camden N J , "Wednesday night at nine o'clock and reached Cincinnati yesterday three hours late This was the cause ot their missing connection theie and the de lay in arriving here. At the jail some one in the crowd shouted "Bring a ropo " This was the only demonstration Mrs Eoutzahn was in her cell up stairs, but not where she could see Benson, bhe must have known tbatBensonbad aimed, because she could see the crowd from a cell window. Benson says her accusations are all lies; that he left K-insas City because ol the scandal, that be uis not in Leavenworth after fcaturday night, March 32, tho night Mrs. Routzahn ga^e him tho money. She give him the money to keep for both of tuem, as she uis to go to New York, wboie they weietolne together Mrs Mottmin knew of their relations, and once when they proposed to live togetbei in Kansas City, Mrs Mettman cautioned him to leave Mrs. EoutEahn's son heie lie might see thinss and tell Mrs Benson The jewelry lost vnen Jimcb D Foster's houbO was buiglauzcd hero, and which was found in tbe package opened in the Kansas C ty pobt-office, Benson claims to have boxight at 3. secoiid-liand store in Kansas Cit for H5 He did not know the name of the proprietor Ho says ho th nks that Mett- man killed the woman Mettman and Mrs. Mettman quarre'ed all tho time. She had said that Mettman and the daughtei did not live properly Benson said be would tell all he knew when tho time came in court. Benson's goatee is shaved off, and he weighs twenty pounds less. Otherwise he is unchanged ThestatemontmadebyMis Koutzahn to County Attorney Ataood, that he proposed to wicck the Rock Island passenger train and kill Mis lloutz.ib.ii s brother, Henry Mettman, v,ho fires the engine, and thus obtain = j 500 life insurance, be said in one of his German idioms, was"scraped from the air The jail was tbronsted all the afternoon with people who wanted to see the little prisoner He will probably have a picliminary hearing next Monday Tn\Ited ti Visit CaUmtt»n GuTiniic, Ok., Oct. 11 --The Governor and Legislature have received invitations from Mayor Fulton, of Galve^ion, Tex , to make a trip to Galvoston Tho Legislature has decided to accept and has appointed a committee to see what rates the Santa Fe ivou d give The Michigan buprcmo Court liaa decided that a coloi ed man could not bo discriminated against m a. rcstauiant 01 ?ther public place The Oklahoma Democrats have nominated J G McCoy for tho long term in Congress. Notice to Conlractois. I will receive bids for erecting and enclosing the Odd Fellows, carpentering, brick work etc , up Lo Saturday noon Oct. 18. 1890. PJans ·nd specifications can be feen it m} ·tore, I will rssei e r\s '' to iiject any and »'l bids N. J. EE;»SCH, Committee. be w«n n t b * ^ir and tMjf»«M| O t n ^ t i i o r ^ t l a u l aud the i a'lflo i i_'it Tr ill ru n- tjirvnl NMIoMttl !tonl« hptweea Kaus s f M l j a n i l h t logepk. Mo 1.700 Vile* «t Brad reaching »'1 prlnnl- pa. p . i l n l s l n Illlnolx Wisconsin. M!nne»o t» lnn.n Jilssour, SouIh Dakota »ud Nor I i «ko a f o TM *lsp^ Time Tallies, rales of pa»»«(r» and Irt'iihl e l c . n p p l y l " Ihe »e*reNt st*- ti. 11 j-cnt ,,f I h e CHICAGO. M I L W A U K K E V- fALI K M L W A V or lo any Kollo u i Anen: i ' ^ where In tbe Worid. IlOtWEI I- Mtl.r.m Oenerfrl Manager. A V. n CAFfR-NTEB. lGen'1 PH*S A Tfet Agent 4»-hor I ifornmiion in i-enrence M LiniH and TJI\PMS owDwl b the Chicago Milwaukee d. hi p i n i t i a l ·» v Cotupitny, written H G W \ ADHINISTBATOK'S NOTICE- Notice is hereby given tfeat'Tcttors of «a- minjstrauou. tearing dat«? step ember IB, IbOO ha^e been n run led to tfcfrruxlersijrHed. \V W Biker, us udimnilttrtor of the eatnte oCJ J, DM ev deieaged. All parties havinn , claims ac-ainet stud estate lire required pic^cnt them lor ul'owance wiChiu one year tromthwaare tl not presented within two years trom be date of this publication, they iillbet.'rc'verbaried W W. BtKE-t Got 2w4w Administrator PEOPLES THE - SAVIN8S BANK. i McWILLlAMS. , · Preside- t It HAWKINS. - · Vice I'reslrtenl V, B L f A C H , - - r«»hl»r Fll V N k bHEET7, - Jinnk / tioruov DiULClORS S Mown inais, Wn. A J,«ne, Jame'-A C» ace. i«pr£e 11)thank 7. H AUxfU-e. John Vf. Butli.r. K Ha»kln.. WB». B Uaich CAPITAL STOCK, »5O,OOO SURPLUS , 11.6OO Dceo u General riaitkJtijr BUSIHCBBR Your Business is bolicfted ucd will beifi\on pro upt attcnttoi DENTISTRY GO TO WOBLEY'S DENTAL ROOMb Jor First-Cla§3 Dental work. TUlTH EXTliACTED WtTHlCT PAIN, and all work guaranteed as r*|»r« sent pd. NortSi Mfle square, "big clock," JT, Casida «» Son*. -- BivedersaiJd MurperK m - BEGI'J'iERC.D POLAND CHINA AND " ( I I K S T K B WHITB HOGS bronze jL 'jr|rci' A flue lot of young stock lorsile Bow ^ bred to order. ru. J.alcuU.^pnr^y^f wsale . Cliuln. Mo. JOS. BAKTON Prosecutiug Attorucj, Notary Public, All ! _ai 01, mess promptly anfl o»re r u it ·t- t c n u r l t o Collections made »"*'£?":?"* lOTiiltu) Money loaned at re «.««l.lf «!·· . Ofllce, uorihirtjol frq uare over KeuoJCl book Biore. C blllicothe. Mo Children Cry for Pitcher's

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