Chillicothe Morning Constitution from Chillicothe, Missouri on October 15, 1890 · Page 2
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY MITT £ PATTOW J. E. HITT. Editor. J. W. PATTON. Business Manager. South Washington St. Three Doors South of Mausur Bank. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. BUSINESS OFFICE No. EDITORIAL, BOOMS No. 104 Daily, Including month. ....... ..... ..... ____ ......... One year, ir paid in advance TEKMS. Sunday edition per 51 ... . KM 20 Sunday edition, per month ,, Semi-Weekly edition, per annum 11,60 six months - TM 75 In clubs of ten - -$1.25 Send money order or draft at our risk. Ad rtss "Cons tt - - -- ·· Ucothe. Mo. Advertising Rates 4a-Locals--Five cents per line per isaae for two insertions or leas, in the Dally. ·WrLocala, four insertions without change in tbe Dally, Four cents per line each Isaae. **"Locals Inserted cue week in the Dally, without change. Two Gents per line per issue. ·arXocals inserted in the Daily six times and Semi-Weekly once at Fifteen Cents per line for the seven insertions. K^Locala in Semi'Weekly. Five Cents per line each insertion. tar*No Local Inserted one time in eitLoi Dally or Semi- Weekly tor less than 25c. (VAll .Locals ordered inserted "until forbidden" will be charged for until order ed discontinued. Special rates on local and display advertisements made on application. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For .Supreme Judge, JAMES B. GANTT, " Ot Heury County. Vn * Supt. of Public Schools, ,L. E. WOLFE, Of Randolph County. For Jteili oad Commissioner, H. W. HIOKMAN, Of Stoddard County, For congress, Kecoua Congressional District, CHARJ.K8 H. MAN8UR, of Livingston county. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative-JAMES F. ANDERSON. For Sheriff-EDWARD L. TAYLOK. For Recorder--,' BOLOMON J. HOGE. For Circuit Clerk-JOHN A RYAN. For County Clerk-HENRY COWGILL. For Treasurer-- MOXTREVILLE H. SMITH. For Procecating Attorney-- BALDWIST B. GILL. For Probate Judge-CAREY A. PEKRIN. For Public Administrator-AMOS BARGDOLL." For Presiding Justice County Court-- PSENTICE WAITE. For Judge--Eastern Distriot-- JAMESF. HOWARD. Fot Jud-je--Western District-WILLIAM F. SPEARS tor Coroner-WILLIAM A. HENDERSON DEMOCEATIC SPEAKING- Farmersville, Cream Ridge town- ebip, Thursday, October 16. New York school house. Wheeling township, Friday October 17th. Wheeling, Saturday, October 18th. Bedford, Monday, October 20. Leaton school house, Grand River township. Tuesday, October 21st. Avalon, Wednesday,October 22nd. Burner school house, Blue Mound township, Thursday, Oct. 23rd. Wells school house, Monroe town? ship, Friday, October 24th. Mooresville, Saturday. October 25. Ludlow, Monday, October 27th. Blackburn school house, Jackson township, Tuesday, Oct. 28th. Horseman school house, Jackson township, Wednesday, Oct. 29th. Butcher school house, Sampsel township, Thursday, October 30. Brown's school house, Sampsel township, Friday, October 31th. Utica, Saturday, November 1st. James L. Davis and other good speakers will be present to address you. All the democratic candidates will be at thtse meetings and want to meet the people. Tbe above meetings will be at 7 o'clock p. m, By order Dem. Co., Cen., Com. members in a large part of the State to refuse to listen to republican speakers during the campaign. A prominent stump speaker said to our correspondent that he feared this more than any other thing the Alliance has yet done.--Topeka Uor. Atlanta Constitution. BEWARE. There is an effort being made the Dixon-Powell-Jackson-Huff by office seeking gang to have tie people believe that their so-called "Independent" move is endorsed and approved by the Alliance of this county. This gang we understand is at present engaged in telling it over the county, especially in tbe rural districts, that the Alliance picnic here last Saturday was a demonstration solely in behalf of tbe so-called Independents. Nothing is farther from the truth. It was a social, but not a political gathering of tbe Farmers' Alliance order, and was participated in as largely by straight democrats as by any other class of political be- leivers. Let no voter be deceived in this matter. CISCO DEPARTMENT. to A fine rain Sunday night. Dr. R. M. Francis started Unionville this morning as a delegate for A. H. T. A., No. 10, and proxy for 84. J. T, Jackson and J. Y. Powell, spoke at our school house Saturday, Oct. 4th. They explained the thing just to a dot. Uncle Billy says the Alliance is bound to capture the democratic party, in which event he is a democrat. He stated that 30,000 men own tbe island of England, and tbe per capita wealth of that country was (50,000; as an actual fact it is just $13,20 Born to the wife of John Brassfield, a girl. Our Alliance friends are well pleased with the picnic at Chillicothe, Saturday. FARMER. SENATOB COCKBELL. In Chillicothe October 31, at O'clock In The Afternoon- The Democratic State Committee gives notice that Hon. F. M. Cockrell will speak In Chillicothe on Friday, October 31, at 2 p. m. Let there be a big turn out to hear Missouris' senior Senator. 'We Heartily endorse and npprote ol tne doctrine of protection to American industries as entvodled In tne MeKIuley Mil --Livingston County Republican's ·'There in not a line in the NcKin- ley bill that will open a market to another bushel of western wheat or to another barrel of western pork "-James G. Blaine. "We condemn the present system of tariff taxation as unjust, inequiU able and iniquitious."--Democratic Platform. dwtf For Malaria, Liver Trouble, or Indigestion, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS If yon wish a lap robe that you can leave to your great grandchildren and still be the best in the country Jim Tanner will sell it to you cheap. Piano and Or?an Instructions. ] will give Instructions on either piauo or organ at reasonable rates, address or call at 301 Man»ur St. DAISY HOLMES. Notice to Contractors. I will receive bids for erecting and enclosing the Odd Fellows building, carpentering, brick work etc., up to Saturday noon Oct. 18, 1890. Plans and specifications can be seen at my store. I will reserve right to reject any and all bids. N. J RENSCH, Committee. ALLREADYT Won't Listen To Them- of the most confusing elements We are now ready to receive staves and heading timbers, either by th e cord or in logs. For full information regarding same, call at our office at factory, corner of First and Hickory streets. Oetlldwtf R. S. HASTINGS Co. Notice to Tax Payers- The tax books of Chillicothe town ship are now in my hands for collect tlon, and I am ready to receive your taxes for 1890, at Beasley Williams' drug store. Penalty of one cent per month charged after Jan. 1, 1891. OctTdwJanl F. J. WILLIAMS, Township collector. Of the situation in Kansas ia that the' house lor his family. Alliance leaders have persuaded ITIT.UTIOH office. To Farmers- A man with small family wishes to engage his services to some farmer by the year, who will furnish dwelling Apply at CON- ocl9 wtf A STRAIGHT TIP. A. Bailroad Man Says the Santa Fe Will PARALLEL THE MEMPHIS ROAD. Western Railroad Magimtes Meet But F»tl to Fix Up Matters, Which May Hlffht Thcnuolvos--The Pennsylvania Road. ST. Louts, Oct. 13.--A. railroad man stated yesterday upon what he said was Stood authority that the Santa Fe will extend Us lino from Kansas City to Memphis, paralleling the Kansas City, Port Scott Memphis road. The line, it Is said, will run throagh the counties of Douglas and Ozark, in Missouri, and through Button, Sharp, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett and Cfjttendon, in Arkansas, to Memphis. Tte Informant stated that the new toad would assume definite proportions wlih- In {he next eighteen months. Should the report prove true, and the extension be made, the Santa Fe will prove a somewhat troublesome competitor for the Memphis. NO AGi;rrnExr. CHICAGO, Oct. 14 --Only six members were present at yesterday's meeting Of the Inter-Stato Commerce Association. They were President Cable of the Rock Island, Judge Springer of the Atoblson, Vice-President Howe of the Wabagh, Vice-President Eipley of the St Paul, General Manager Merrill of the Burlington and President Ives of the Burlington, Cedar Rapida Northern. No business could be settled with such ft small reprosentation and the time was given up to a discussion ol the situation. The concensus of opinion was that if present rates were properly maintained every Western road shpuld be making money. The unanimity with which each member Indulged In glittering generalities on the of rates was a feature ig. No specific charges were but it was estimated tUftJ cut is reduced total gross earnings by I per cent. The subject of associations wa« discussed at length and all agreed tbil W4 present crying neefl was one large $sso ctition in the West, with an agreetaxenf providing severe penalties for any Infraction. It was remarked as a stumbling block, however, that We.stetp roads were moving rapidly toward, consolidation into large systems or as links in, transcontinental lines. The meeting after some further discussion agreed to call a meeting of the presidents of all Western roads for Friday in order to thoroughly discuss the matter. A BIO KAILROAD BONDED. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 15.-- T(ie stockholders of the Philadelphia, H^rrlsburg Pittsburgh railroad yesterday authorized the issue of 82,000,000 6 per cent, first mortgage bonds. The money obtained from the sale of these bonds is to be used to construct the Harrisburg terminal. A LO5TG ItOVtE TO IJTSPBCT. PHILADELPHIA, Oct 15.--The president and directors of the Pennsylvania railroad will start ou their annual tour of inspection to-day. The entire distance covered will be 3,087 miles. PULITZER RETIRES. Hl« Sad Misfortune Necessitates Hlq Leaving the Editorship of the N. V. World to Other llnmls NEW Yoitrc, Oct 13.--The following announcement appears in the World: "Yielding to the advice of his physicians, Mr. Joseph Pulitzer has withdrawn entirely from the editorship of the World For the past two years Mr. Pulitzer has been unable by reason of a misfortune to his sight to give a personal supervision to the conduct of his Journal. In the opinion of his physicians the Irksomeness of this imperfect und unsatisfactory connection with its management has prevented a complete restoration of his Sight. To secure relief from what is felt to be a hindrance to recovery, the control of the World has been vested in an executive hoard of its principal editors, who have been long in its service and have conducted it in the absence of its chief. The change is thus more nominal than otherwise. It Involves no change of men, methods of principle or policy. The World will continue W be guided by the Ideas of the man who made it what it is." Jack McAulinVs Write Dead. TOEK, Oct 15. -- Mrs. Kate Mo- Aullffe, an actress engaged with the Donnelly Girard "Natural Gas" Company and the wife of Jack HoAuliffe, the champion light-weight prize fighter, died suddenly last night in the Westside Hotel on Sixth avenue. The cause of her death is supposed to have been heart disease. She was known on tJ)O Stage as Kate Hart, which was her tati- Jly name. Her mother is Mrs, Guttle ~~ t, also an actress. She married Jaok ' e In California some years ago. Consecrated Bishop. TOLEDO, O., Oct. 15.--Yesterday occurred the consecration of Rev. E. D, Atwill, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, this city, as Bishop of the new diocese ot West Missouri. Tbe cefe- monies were very impressive. Blsho; Seymour, of Illinois, and Knlckerbi of Indiana, performed the consecra' ceremonies, assisted by Bishops Trmlft, of Missouri, Leonard, of Ohio, who preached the sarmon, Worthlngton, of Nebraska, Glllispie, of North Michigan, and MacLaren, of Chicago. New York'* Police Recount. NEW YORK, Oct IS.--Some time ago Mayor Grant asked tho police to make a recount of the population ot this city. |Ul*vlng that the figures given W |Ji6 fienBus enumerators were inconeOt. Xb$ police have finished their coijfit, wltioh makes the population l,7XO,1fl T6 census figures were 1, SlSpffuL which is over 197,000 short of the police count. The Socialists of Amsterdam met recently and demanded that a real rul^f and not an insane King be put in control of th* Government. BOOMS TO RENT. The rooms now occupied by Dr. I. R. Campbell, dentest, over Citizens National Bank will be for rent alter Oct. 15th. Apply to T. McNally, Octl2dtf WASTED: --A good gentle horse, from six to eight years old. Privilege to try horse before puMbasing. Inquire at this office. octl3d6twlt Students can rent text-nooks, select (heir studies, and enter any time at the Chilheothe Noimal School and Business Institute. This school sustains i Common School course, Normal, Scientific, Classical, Commercial Short-Ham), Type-Writing, Fine A i t Pen Art, and Conservatory of Music The Commercial Department excels having actual business exchange w i t h Electric City Business College of St. Joseph. -English Spavin .Liniment roniov e hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints. BWeeny ring-bone ciflee, sprains, all swollen t h r o it, coughs, etc. save $50 by uses of one bottle. Warranted the moot won- perful blemish cure ever known. Bold by N, J, Bwetland Co , dru°-- gists, Chillieothe, Mo. 23 ly Have you noticed the new rigs a Myers' stables. The Snest Sune^s, Phaetons and Carriages ever in the city ; new harness and horses as quiet and gentle drivers as any lady ever drove and prices as reasohable as any one's in the city. Give him a tual and he will guaiiiitce satisfaction or charge you nothing Calls for bis carriage made day or night for any train. Leave orders at barn or Leep er House. Rcsp, '/,. B. MTISKS DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Jfotiee is hereby given t h a t the e partnership heietofore existing te- tween B. A. Cox and E. SI. M a n n i n g is this d.»y dissolved by m u t u a l consent, IB. M. Manning retiring. The business hereafter w i l l be conducted by B, A. Cox, and all bills prior to the 7Su of October will br p i o m p t l y paid by 6Le late proprietors, to whom all indebtedness should be palil. B, A. Cot, E, M. MAIsT^Ii HOME SEEKERS' EXCURSION^ At half Rates, via Wabash line, will be run September 9oh and 23i), and Oct. lltb, to poiats in Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida and Georgia. Rate--One fsir foi the round trip. For time tables, tickets and otlici particulars, apply to tlic nearest agent of the Wabash or conncttic Lines. Husking gloves all kinds at Jim Tanners. wTien Bafcy was side, w o ptave her Castorla. When showas a Child, she uned for C'abtoriA. When she became 'Miss, she clung to Castorm. tVnen she had Children, she gave Ihcui Cstorit Cash Grocers. Wholesale grocery house in dollar packages. We h i n u l e groceries both staple and fancy; qaeensware, glaas- \ \ a i e , crockerywate, wooden ind willow-ware, all shapes and si^es. A specialty of p u r e ground spice-? and teas of all grades. Kail line of dry salt and smofterl meats. Foielgn and domestic fruits, giocery drugs, machine and coal oil ait bottom prices, borax lye. All k i n of l a u n dry and toilet soaps. Remember we handle all kinds of farm preduce and meet all competition at home or abroad. Low prices talk. We do a sti Ictly cash business or c x- cbange for country produce; keep no book nor make no bad accounts for cash buyers to make up One price to all and divide profits with our custornets. No trouble to show goodu ind we know we can save you niouej. Pi ease call and exame goods and get p: ices. We remain youro truly, WM. S l j M M E I t M I IE SOi. Chillieothe Mo, Octlldwtejanl ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION During continuance of the Exposition, I will sell round tup tickets to St. Louis Sept. 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29 and Oct. 2, 6, 9, 15 and 16, good for return passage five days From date of sale, for 89.25, which includes admission to Exposition. Two through trains daily without change. C. H. NASON, dwtd Agent H. St. Joe E.R. John Hudgius Sale. John Hudgins public sale of 500 jead of sheep, 40 grade cattle ami yearling bulls, will take place !ii lis farm 2 miles west of filoorcsville, Mo., Saturday Oct. 18, '90. Don't target the date. OPERA - HOUSE CHILLICOTHE, MO, Wednesday, Oct. 29th. !! Engagement Extraoruinary!! One Night Only! 'And the Band Played Ole Olson." J. H. Shunk'b latest and greatest NOVELTY in COMEDY first Amenciia Comedy evci produced witb a SwpdishMlaleet character as the central figure. [·he Under the Management of E. H. MACOY. Funny From First to Finish. New Ideas, Songs, Fun, and Dances. Trv,inini Prire^-- 25c« 15c and 30c. A few cbm?e seats at 75c. Sale of Scats open Thursday night. TIME TABLE TflAISS CARRYING PASSENGERS LEAVf EAST BOUND fNo. 2 Local Express ......S.55 a na N"o St Louia Expiees 12 20 a m f N o 22 Accommodation Freight 1.20 p m Stock freight. Sunday only . 10 29 a m 1WEST BOUND. tNo 7 Oraa'ia Express 4.05 i *No d Pattoiisburfl: accdm 5.4 3 p m tNo.21 Aecomodatlon Freight »2.2» p m Time Freight, Sunday only 9 00 p m * Dally. tDaily except Sunday. No 2--Arrives St. Louts 6:15 p. m. Falace Reclining Chair Cart;(seatsfree)Brunswick to 81 Louis. No 8--Arrives St. Louis 8:00 a. m. Parlor Obair cars and Pullman Palace Oleeplnn Car C h i l l l r o t h e ro St. Louis. No 7--Arrives Council Bluffs 12:15 p. m Omaha, 1-00 p. m. Same equipment as No. 8 For rates, tickets, time-tables, etc.. apply i. F. HARRINTG6N7 * Agent. Chillieothe, Mo. UANNIBAL ST. JO. GOING EAST. St Louis Kansas City (Fast line). 1117 a m Passenger .No. 4 ..........12.27 p n PusMenger No. fe ,, 8 0 6 p m PaKaonger No. 2, Fast Line ... «.... 8£0 p m Passenyer No 16, Ht. Louie Bx ^ .. ..1027 p m Acoominodatlcii No. 20 i 57 p m Accorurnodatlon No. 8 ..368 r m PuKscnger No 15, Denver Ex «...4 CO a m Passenger No 2, Past Lino ... . fi45ain PaHhen^er No u 7 l%a HI PciRwenser No. , . . . . . 3 2 7 p m t. Loms Kansas City (Fast line)...,4 2^ p m A.«ommoilutlon No,!) * « 7 15a ro Accommotlatioii No. 21 ' 0 GO a to C. H,Na8«n, Agent t « 11ICAGO, MILWAUKEESt.PATJJ. GOING EAST. . I bt Paul Passenger A J Chicago Passenger. B s Accommodation Freight, B J, » » to Seymour, A .. . GOING WEST. . ]. St Paul Passenger A. , i, Cnlcngo Passenger, B .. , . 7, Accommodation Freight.B .. ' 1:35 n. m U.lOp. m. ,7.00 «, m ,. 5.30 p in H'JOa. m i '25 |. m 8 45 a. m 6.45 p. in , 7.30 R. m to Polo. B No 6 j Accommodation Freight, C, Explanatory--A. dally trains; B, Jally except, Sunday; C, Sunday only. P. A.ITaylor, Agent. Tnst Wall Line with Eleotrl c Lighted an Steam Heated. VestlbuledTrains between Cbici RO. Milwaukee and Minneapolis. JTran.s continental Monte with Electric Llgh* and Steam Heated Vestlbuled Trains between Chicago and Council Blnff-4 Omaha or St. Paul and tbe Forlflo Const Grei*i National Kont« between Chicago Kauris City and St. Joseph, Mo 5.700 Mtleniof Hoart reaching all principal points In EilinolR, Wisconsin, Mlnneso ta, lowo, Missouri, South Dakota anil N o r t h Dakola For Maps, Time Tables, rates of passage ana freight, etc, apply to the nearest station n g p n t n l the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AST. PAUL KA1LWAY, or to any Railroad Ageul atiyu here In the World. KO^WELL M I ' 1 '" R General Minager. A V. H CA.BPKNTER. lGen'1 Pass A Tkt Agenl #*-For Information In reference i* Lands aort Town*, owned by the Chicago, Milwaukee Jc St Paul Railway Company, write to H G HAUGAN.Land CommlsBlrner. MU- wanke*. Wisconsin You can Always get Something to Read at Book Store. North Side Square. A Complete Line of School Books, New and Second-hand, Always in stock. Also Crayons, Erasers, Liquid Slating, c. Toaf-bers' Eegisters, District Records, c. A large line of miscellaneous books --including all the Poets in the latest style--just received. We make a specialty of Stationery and never permit poor goods to be sold to any one. One price to all. Octl4 d*w tf · SCOTT J. MILLER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Doce aGoiioralTjnw BuEineei I AMES J. HOLMES Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. Collections uimJe and promptly remitted. Office--Jlan»,iir'K old office, rear Chillicothe ·iivlnt'S Association, ObllUoolhe. Mo. DH. W. A. HENDEHSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Beoge's Drna Store. North West Corner of tbe Sciaare. Residence--6O7 Walnut Slreet. on the same bloclr and Just west ol County Bouse, AH calls, day or iilgbt, promptly attendxl (J. W. A8PER, INSURANCE AGENT. Kcnicsents tlie Phoonix of London, West cm ol Toronto, Standard of Kansas Cily, Cit- i/cnb oi St. Louis, and Buillnsrton of Jowtt. Commciuia insurance resbectrullv eollcitcd Viictioii, anil CQiiiiMii, Real Estate, Personal Property, Goods, Wares and Merchandise Sold at Public or Friiate Sale.- Business Koom--2d Stairway nortb ot Postofflce. O. JIAUKEK, Licensed Auctioneer C. ». HURXTHAL, Abstractor, Coweya» Notary Pale ABSTRACTS OF TIM.E complete to dat for all farm and city properly In Llvinj» ton county. MONEY TO I.OAST at tbe lowest rates. Office, second door -west of Hoffe Grace T s. Clillllcotbe. Mo. ^^ Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. White I iiliiiiihlriH Shirk .Ever since oar opening in this city vre have sold a gooJ white shirt for fifty cents. We have dropped tbe old number nod pat in a now one that ig the equal of any seventy.five cent shirt in tbe city The profit to as will be small, bu iho sbirt we are offering you at fifty ccntw ought to and will double our sales, if you examine them. We have added a new number in our foycnty five cent lino. The bosom is twenty hundred linen, the mnahn New York Mills or Wain Sutta, the equal of it will cost you $1. Our Underwear Department will interest the closest and largest buyers. Very Bosppctfnlly, The leading one-price Clothiers and Furnishers W. R. DOYLE, DEALER IN JEWELER.Y, Watches Clocks. Carries a Full Lin* of Jewelry A G L O W ! CARPENTER AND STARKEYI Have moved from their old stand on North Locust street to the store room lately occupied by M. E. Schmidt, and have added a very large stock of CLOTHING! We have decided to make our headquarters the place for the people to buy, and on every dollars worth of goods sold we give a guarantee to be as represented. Our stock is complete, and anything you want can be found in our store. Come and look over stock, and if we cannot satisfy you as to QUALITY PRICES there will be no damage done. Carpenter Starkev. The Low-Priced W. F.McGEE, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public, CHULA, .- - MISSOURI. Collections made and promptly remitted. Conveyancing a specialty. JOS. BARTON Prosecuting" Attorney, Notary Public. All legal business prom pi !j and carefully at tended to. Collections made and promptly remitted. Money loaned at ref sonatilo rates. Office, nonh sido of Sq uare, oyer Reynold's book store, Cnlllfeotbe. Mo TO CORE DKEASE USE HBISKELL'S OINTMENT, It hat been In use many yMn, nd few infallible In every CM*, from (tmpla /ei and Blotchf*on the tkeeu«aM lids to obstinate ScMtaat, Team WM tog file*. -~ Sdld by DnoJUti. M eta. pt* Be Omator Treatise o* 8*1* Certificate* of Cmn.

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