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Thursday Evening, June 26, '79
l'rof. James E. Dunn will preach at
Uio Christian L'hucli mxl Sunday
morning and night. All arc Invited tu
Tho 41 h Quarterly Meetlnjr of the
M. E. Chnrcli, Houtli, In Ulchnioml, will
boon the Uth ind 13th of July. Dr.
W. H. Miller, President of Central Ke
mule College will te present on that
occasion and will no doubt render
efficient pulpit assistance.
The Ray County Orango will meet In
regular session on Tuesday July the 8,
1M70, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the Hall of
White Oak Orange, two miles South
Went of Richmond, on - Ilia Albany
-od. I. M. BABEK, Mauler.
M. O. DA1.IC, Bec'y.
On the 14th of this mouth, Judge
Dunn will hold a seclal term el the
Circuit Court In Dili place, for the trial
of John Owen, now In jail charged
with home stealing.
Call at 8. H. CRISPIN A CO'8 store
If you wish to look through a very full
Ux;k of Ladies 1icrs Uoods and Trim
ming. They can iiilt you.
Again I any oome to the Fort.
New stuck of Boou and Bhocs, at
Holt A iUdiiKs, io-it
Suits $10 worth $l. nt Wassox A
8. U. CHM"IN A CO. don't do a
credit business, but persons who hare
been accommodated by linvlni a ti('.:et
made of tlielr purchases will please call
ud pay tlicni. Time l up.
A new lot of Fur, Wool and Straw
llata Just received by
8. It. CRISPIX A CO,
Drop In, mid ace tho Good of 8. R
CRISPIN CO., before you buy. It
will pay you.
Organdlo and I.lneu Lawns, and
White Goods of all kinds mid at nil
prices at 8. U. CRISPIN A CO.
R. R. CRISPIN A CO., enn suit you
tu Ladles Shoes, nnd you will rry rot II
Ifyou buy before you sec their stock.
The (Incut assortment of Ladles
Hosiery In tho city can lie found at
10-tf 8. H. CRISPIN A. CO.
The very latest styles and beat brand
of Ladles' and Misses' Shoes nt prices to
suit the times, at Wasso A Fowlkh'h.
The latest stylcsnl Laillc'nndMlRes
61ioos, at Wassjn A KowLKn's. 5-0-11.
Boots and Shoes can bo bought at
bottom rock prices at Holt it U uyhes.
New goods Just received and sold as
low as anywhere In the county ut, Hull
A Hughes. 0-tf
Wasso.i A Fowlkii arc now re "clvlng
and offering for sulo tlic largest mid
licst selected stock of Boys' anil. Mens'
Huts, ever brought to this market.
In Clothing, Wasson & Fowi.fk arc
pr pared to suit every one desiring a
new suit, from the llttlq man, to the
blgman who dmu his No. -Id. 7-0-tf
GO TO FA It It IS A. SON'S FOR
0001) BAKUAINS. 13.tr
8IIIKTS! KIIIBISI! MIIIUS11I
Do you want a shirt that will fit you r
If you do cull on 8. R. CrUp'.n A Co.,
and leave nil order for a lot nf the
Celebrated P. A. Steer Shirts, of 8t
Louis. They will give you satisfaction.
A tit guaranteed.
8. K. CRISPIN A CO.
A splendid line of kid gloves Just
received at Wasson A Fowler's.
A splendid lot of Hamburg Edgings
at Wasson & Fowler's.
Produce bought and sold at QUE8
ENBEURY'S. Gentlemen's Neck Tie and Neck
Wear of every description at
8. R. CRISPIN A CO.
The Celebrated liiitf
Ion riour for sale nt
Wnrinnrr V Co.'.
Just think of It I A full suit at Was
aos A Fowlrr's, for $0. 7-9-tf.
A splendid line ol Boys' and Youths'
Clothing, at WashokA Fowi.kk's. 7-0tl
For pure colfce'i and sugar's call on
Ilult A Hughes. 0-tf
For a first-class Sewing Machine,
call on J. W. ltowen, at the Post
Wasson A Fowtna's lluttou Shoes
aro worth a trip to see them, tor you
can't leave without buying K pair.
Ifyou want a real bargain In the dry
Goods line, go at once to Holt A
Don Farris would Inform tho citizens
of liichmond and vicinity, thnt dels
prepared to furnished leo ( ream In
any quantity to Private Family Parties.
i'lo-Niu's and Festival's. In ordering
3 ortuoro gallons, a reduction in prices
will bo made.
Leave order if large qualities is want
ed, 1 days before needed.
I will liffd an examine Hon in Rich
mond, the 4th Saturday In every month.
Teachers must not ask for examinations
at other times. TIIOS. M. DKACY,
jiU-ly- County School Com.
FOR "llKST 'jAIMi UN'S IN
CKOCEtlliS.GO TO FA It It IS &
(I tt( acres of laud
In Texas, title
ti l JJ ,
guaranteed, lor exchange
fur laud In Missouri, or 11 rat-chin stock.
At low prices,
McCl ISTION, QUIRK A CO.
A little son of our fellow citizen, T.
L. Bhaw, received a dangerous cut In
the leg on Friday last, from a knife In
the hands of another boy named Frank
Parker. Kxaetly how It occurred we
arc not Informed, but It la given out
that It was done accidentally . The
knlln entered on tho sldo of the leg
levering an artery, and if It had not
been ttiat tho affair occurred near Dr.
Taylor's offline, who linmcdlitleiy took
charge of the rase, tho boy would havo
tiled to death In 15 mimics. As It was
he fainted from loss of blood In a few
minutes. It is said Shaw's boy was
kicking nt Parker, when tho lattor usod
his knlfo to stop the kick.
Decency would suggest that a print.
Ing ofHoc Is no place to go when you
aro begging money for some local
enterprise or entertainment. You ex
pect tho pners to give yot, all the
notices you want, free, which Is a big
tax on thain, but many wnnt to ride a
fri horse to di-nth, and after getting
the free notices will then come around
begging for money. This office is run
n a different principle. The laborer is
worthy of his hire, and alter we have
given a privite entertainment or cele
bration ten dollars worth or puffs, we
are not going to pay money to hire a
band or pay the expenses of 1 speaker
besides. Parties Interested can stick a
pin right there.
Col. Chas. M. Nye, of St. Louis, the
distinguished Tcuiperanoa Lecturer
who will address the pwple of Itiiy
comity, on the 4th of July, bus consent
ed to stay over Sunday In Richmond
and will deliver a temperance lecture
next Saturday night, July nth, in the
Christian Church, nt 8 o'clock Miami-.
He will also address the children In the
Methodist Church on Sunday evening,
nt 4 o'clock. Col. Nye Is a lacinattng,
magnetic sesker, and la very popular
In Baltimore, Washington and St. Louis,
where he is well known as a lecturer.
Our temperance friends held a very
Interesting meeting at Morton on Sun
day evening last, which was well at
tended hy the gooil people of thnt sec
tion. Addresses were delivered by
Prof. Campbell and our young triciid
John II. Dunn, of this place A tem
perance, society was organized with
about 6S persons, who came forward
and donned tho Purplu Ribbon. Rich
mond was well represented ou the
Hon. John B. Henderson will he here
on Saturday next, to talk with the com
mittee lately appointed by the Court In
regard to our bonded Indebtedness.
The following gentlemen compose tint
committee : Dr. Yutes, of Morton ; W.
R. Blythe, Orilck and MaJ. John
Grimes of Kubxvlllo. Wo presume
Henderson has authority to speak lor
the bond holders.
The Temperance meeting at the M.
K Church, South, oil Tuesday night
last, we understand was a very Inter
esting nllnir from a litery point ol view.
Being sick Willi "chills'' we coulil not
attend, and will leave a report of the
proceedings for the temperance editors
Son.c friend sends tho Information
from Orrick, that on June. 2i, a fatal
accident occurred near that place. A
boy 0 years oid.uniued U. F.Carmichacl,
was ui ivinir some loose horses, when
one of them kicked him 011 the left side.
from the eilecu of which ho died in
a 0011 1 3 hours.
Continual dropping will wear away a
stone. It is diffcreut witli a brick A
chap who started for houu la-it night
with "a brick in his hat," dropped
numerously on the way, but when he
reached his resldcnco the "brick"'- was
still there, a trille larger than wheu he
started, if anything.
Paul Limerick, a son of our fellow
townsman, U. T. Limerick, a lad about
1 J years old.got one orhis thighs broken
on Friday lat, by a horse falling down
with him. The limb was carefully set
and ho is getting along very well.
Messrs. Allison A Titus, of Lawson,
have issued Order No. 1, adopting the
cash system, and propose to close out
a large stock at greatly reduced prices,
to make room for a big fall stock.
Ticket will bo sold 011 tho Railroad
at 5 cetits per mile for the Round Trip,
tor slistances not greater than 100 miles.
Will be sold this evening, good to go
to-night or to-morrow and to return to
morrow or Saturdav.
Wliltmer A Co., will sell round trip
tickets to the Celebration Grounds to
morrow, either In carriage or hack.
Horse Thli-f In Umbo.
John Owens was arretted nt Lawson
011 Wednesday last, for handling horse
Besh not his own. He stole from Jehu
C. Glbbs, at Greeiilield, Iowa, a horse,
and sold him up in the pcighborhood of
Lawson. He was arrested and luken
before 'Squire Young, who committed
him tojull to aw ait the action of I lie
Circuit Court, and Shcrllf Meliinnis
now has him looking through the bars.
We understand the thief cfiulcsc, and
there will be no trouble In gelling him
pito quarters at Jvficrsou City soon.
A GREAT CROSS.
For one to go elsewhere, perhaps out
of Kay County, spend valuable time
and money lit trailing, to buy cheap
goods ; return home, visit iho store of
BROWN A BUO, Morton, price their
goods and learn that he could have
bought better goods and for less money
than ho paid away from home. Too
bad I Too bad 1 1 But I'll know bet
ter next time. That's wliu'.'s tho mat
From Chas. Sevier, on the 23 of J une,
one Roan Cow 7 or 8 years old with let
ter on hoi 11, with part of the bush of
the tail gone ; alto one speckled heifer
3 years old, car marks unknown. Any
Information in regard to their where
about will be suitably rewarded by
writing to mo at Mlllvlllc, or leaving
word with Itlce A Sun's, nt Richmond,
Mo. L R. NOEL.
List of Letters remaining In tho post
ottlce at Richmond, Mo., July 1, ISi'J.
Cummins, Joshua Fields, Cale
McN.onsrrs, SeUlua Mount. John
Hatch. Julia W. Homer, Win. P.
Parker, Susan Parker, Hellen
Parka, John Smith, James P.
Stone, J. II. TarwatBi-.Per'elia.
Persons cal'lng for any ot the above
letter, please say "advertised."
L. C. Cam wki.1., P. M.
By J, W. Uoweti, D. V, M.
W. W. Mosby. Jr., of Slater, la In the
city, visiting relatives.
Mr. 0. J. Hughes, Jr., and wife, have
been visiting recently In Kansas City,
Miss Susie, A Hop, of Liberty, la visit
ing Miss Mattle Oarner, in this place
MrsWllson'and family, of Leaven-
worth, Kas., Is spending several days
In Richmond, visiting relatives,
Mr. L. Ballard, an old Ray cnuntv
boy, but now Commercial Tourist, of
St. Joseph, was In our city this week
Misses Maggie Meadows and Ida
Ashury, spent Sunday- and Monday in
Miss Douglass, of Columbia, Mo., Is
visiting in Richmond, the guest of Miss
Mrs. Pop, of Rochester, N. Y., I
spending a few days In town, visiting
the family f E. Spear, her father.
Mr. Ed. Macoubrle, formerly an
attache of this ofUce, Is In towu visit
Mr. II. C. Miller, of Polo, was In
town a few days ago. We learn he Is
coming here soon for another lot of
Post Master Gaston, ol Camden, was
In town on Tuesday Inst, shaking hands
with friends. Ho snys Cqindcn is mov
ing along peaenbly as usual.
Mr. Ledru Silver,' the II net t looking
man In Charlton county, wlilt his ex
cellent lady are visiting tho family of
Mr. Burnett Hughes, lu this place.
R. D Asbury and family, went up to
Lawson on Sunday last, to visit his
fathers' family, returning on Monday
K. C. Times s Miss Lizzie Barr, a
Richmond belle, attended1 the wedding
of her Mend, Miss Loughrldgn, on lant
Tuesday. Sho leaves Wednesday for
'Squire Evans, from Camden, "Squire
Dale, from near Swanwiek, Mr. W. A.
White, Capt. iliues, Tlios. A.Brown
and other substantial farmers, dropped
lu to sec us last Saturday.
Esquire O. M. Beckley, took a lltllo
Mil up to St. Joeph and Atchison dor
lug the past week, to visit his children.
He reports a very pleasant visit. He
ays Atchison Is stirring, gj ahead
Miss Blanche Say re, one of Rich
mond's most lovely daughter's, who
has been attending School at Munch;,
Indiana, returned homo 011 Monday
lnt. She was accompanied by her
sister Mamie, who had been visiting at
Rochester, N. Y.
Miss Chick Ford, tho beautiful and
accomplished young lady who has been
visiting in our rity for several week's,
returned to her homo lu Kansas City
last Saturday. During her stay heifj
she captivated the hearts ol several
of our young men.
Col. Unroll, the Western Editor oi
the Chicago Commercial Aihertwer.vin
In the city on Friday last. It w ill be
recollected that he was here lit Novem
ber last, and wrote up a long article,
setting lortlt advantages of Ray county.
Ilo will come back soon and give us
another letter of the same character .
Mr. J. B. Jewell, tho good looking
editor ot tho Carrollton Jnoerat Was
in town on Monday and Tuesday last
He was here In his capacity as a Grand
Lodge olllcer of tho Independent Order
of Odil Fellows, to Instruct, the Rich
mond Lodge in Iho secret work ot the
order. Ho was ulso working in tho
Interest of "Tho Triple Link" anew
paper devoted to Lilemturo and Odd
Fellowship, recently started at Carroll
Lexington Intelligencer, Juno 23.
-Miss Annie B. New is visiting Miss
Lulu Hughes, In Richmond. M ins
Annie Mouutjoy has been 011 a week's
visit to fi lends In Richmond. She re
turned home Thursday evening.
On 1 uesdny night last during the
storm, lightning struck the back part
of Col. Jr.o. Reld's residence, doing
sJIglit damage, and also again struck the
new Catho'io Church, further shatter
ing the small splro over the middle n,
the roor. lien. James Shlelds.ol
Carrollton, leaves threo children-two
hoys and one girl, the eldest of whom
Is eleven and the youngest about four
years of ago. Senator Vest's bill con
tinuing tieu. Shields' pension of $100
per mouth 10 Ids family has passed the
house, having been pushed through
that body by Gen. John li. Clark.
Liberty Tribune, Juno 27 : Mr. Ed.
Garner, of Richmond, is oil a visit to
friends lu Liberty. We acknow
ledge a call from Mid. Marccllus Cave
and Mr. Rowell, of near Lawson, Ray
county. They report the growing
crops splendid and the peoplo prosper
ous, and Major Cave (a widower) says
the girls never looked sweeter. Our
father used to go to school to him, and
ho Is a good teacher. He now has a
young wile In view, and wu take picas
lira lu recommending him as a nice
gentleman and "good catch." He has
the ago nnd experience. We
1-0 aiiul to 1umm iiit 1 no tucks Bros, ot
our city havo had quite nil estate left
tU?m by a relative. Died, lu
Clinton county 011 the Pith-Inn., Mrs.
Tryphosa Miller Turney, aged 87 years.
Shu was tho mother of Hon. Thus. E.
Turney, and sUtur of the Into Judge J,
"Lovo your enemies" will do to
preach, but never smite a pious man on
one cheek, with the Idea that he will
turn the other. The chances are that
he will turn lu and give you the worst
licking you ever had.
It cannot be expected of us to run
this paper to suit everybody, and we are
not going to try. Wo aro going to
work for the best Interests of Richmond
and Ray county lu our own way, and
you may be sure that If you aro not
pleasud, wo are not going to cry about
To-morrow we Celebrate the Glorious
Fourth. By thu way, yu had better
catch your spring chk keus to-night,
and have them ready, and put your bot
tled beer on Ice to-morrow morning at
i o'clock. Nothing lil,o taking timo by
Mr. Gluilgtoiin's last and most
remarkable postal-card deliver
auco : "I am opposed to cofl'ee
palaces, its I UoUevo tlioy are
more deteriorating tliun boor
shops. The stiujulutiut; proper
ties of tea or cotl'oe ate greater
and more injurious tltau those of
Ial( at Ql'ESENBI'RY'8.
Eggs are C cents In this market.
Trof. K. II. Campbell will lectureat
Camden to-night, (Thursday).
County Court meets next Monday,
the regular July term.
Full line of Spring Style Prints, at
Holt A HrnHKs. 10-if
Ben Conrow, who Is glad to see ev
erybody, la at gt EsENBLRY'S.
The dampness still continue to be
rather too profuse In this section.
We have huard of no bridges being
damaged In tko county by the recent
Tho Tax Books In tho County Clerks
office were not so badly damaged by
the rain last week as was at first sup
posed. Only 1M doren chicken were ship
ped from Ylbbnril station on Monday
last, and It was not a good day for
Crooked river was very high last
week, and took In so vend fenoci and
other light articles on the banks.
Hamburg Edgings, both White and
Colored, a very full line at
19-tf 8. R. CRISPIN A CO.
Recollect that picnto at Mlllvlllc on
the 19th of July, and be there to have
Some sections of Macon county ar
repuitcd overrun with chinch 1 bugs;
This wet weather will soul) put a quietus
ThoMissourl river wai about station'
ary on Tuesday, and so full that rise
of another foot would 6ause It to In
vade tho bottoms lu many places.
Tho rnlu has somcwhnt Interfered wl th
tho work of gathering rasplierrles by
Mr. W. P. IluhlN'll, but he has shipped
a very large quantity.
The men who have been waiting so
long for plenty of water to float their
walnut logs out of Crooked river, md
grumble no longer on that account.
Tho statement of the Hay County
Savings Bank appears in this Issue. It
is one of our solid lnstltutions,as a care
ful reading of tho statement will show.
For bargains In Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Dress Goods, Boot mid
Shoes, Hnts and Caps or Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods, go to
8. It. CRISPIN & CO.
Slight change of tlmo in the running
ol trains on our railroad was mado hist
Sunday. Tho mull train west cets.here
at 7:."J a. tu., and east nt about half past
7 p. in.
Children cry for It, but they stop cry
ing at onco, after they have taken a
single doe, as Dr. Bull's Buhy Syrup
cures all the pains our little ones are
subject to. Price 23 cents a bottle.
Harvest times makes It dull In the
tow ns. Our merchants have a happy
tlmo sitting round now and contem
plating the ruh they will have after
We havo heard it said 'Llglitnlnc
never strikes twice lu the samo iilace."
ut according to one of the Lexington
papers it has taking a couple or pops at
tho Catholic Church in that place, ro-
Probably no man so fully realizes the1
hollowncss of lile nnd human ambition
as the man who ladles a tciHimomiil of
new laid horso raddUh Into his mouth,
under tho Impression that It is loo
The continued dampness has so far
prevented a majority of our wlioat rais
ers from slacking their grain, anil If It
is dry enough to-morrow for Hint pur
pose, many will celebrate the 4th In
1 hat way.
To Ignore tho warning ofapproachlng
disease is neither cautious nor Sato.
Prudence would suggest the Immediate
use of a good preventive remedy, such
as Dr. Hull s Itnlllnioi-n Pills, whl-h
eradicate at once all symptoms of bili
Kansas City Markets.
From Kansas City Times,
FLOUR -Market hardly so firm and
values a shade lower. We quote as lol
City Manufacture Fancy sack
?i.7-VS!2,K5 ; Choice If) sack '$3.II.V.; .2.75 :
XX XX 1 sack f2.4tV:i.2 60 i XXX
snokS3.IO; Ityn (join- i sack $175,
Usraham f sack SLUii.
Not K-tii!tlihed P'-nniU Kniiey V
sack J2.N0; XXX X Vck 2.Jj(iti2 40;
X X X It suck 2.10 ; X X V sack $1.00
tj,2 00 ; Rye V sack Sl.OOfi.l.aO.
WHEAT Reports Irom the east were
generally to the elici t nt weaker mar
kets, ami the tenor was not such as to
influence buyers, and consequently
there was but little done 111 cash grain.
Futures of No. 3 was fairly active, but
at a fraction lower llgures. During call
No. i cash was dull and held at 02e.
July, first hair, sold at 92Je, and the
month was held at 90n. end August
una. No. 3 cash sold at 90c. Julv.
lirst halt, at 90c, and the inoo'li st R5
ni,s6c, August sold at 83. No. 4 was
BUTTER--Market steady nf 0 to 10
cents Willi a lew choice selections at
COUNTRY MEATS AND LARD
Wo. ,1.010 ; trams. 7(-)7e. Hiouldeis.TH
!b. SJW4o ; sides, lb. 4jfo5e ; lard,
if 'mil ;
HIDES AND PELTS We quote
macs, green, id, (.i,iMc ; unlet, green
sailed, f 111, utiifa ; nines uamager),
salted, tjl lb, 5e ; hides dry flint. W th.
10(;14e; hides dry salt, V lb, Jojc;
nines saiieii auu uuinugeu, t in, vit.iUUO
hides bulls and stags, lb, 4 tW..e ;
Hides call, t) lb. lie: slieenskins. di v. fin
lb ; green pelts, oOMIO ouch ; Feb.,
Boct.i.ou ; rjurry, oc u in less.
CiTri.it Market active and buyers
operuliug liceiy. QuoLa'.lous as fol
Native shipping steers,
choice, averaging 1.400 u
l.sOO lb ami upwards $1.00 (3 4.7j
.".alive snipping stocrs.goou
averaging l.JVJ to 1,330
lbs 4.30 4.10
Native shipping steers, light
and fan. averaging 1.0.X)
to lioO lbs 4.00 (a) 4.20
uutcners steers, i.iir anil
good, averaging 900 to
1,(100 W S.75 4.10
Hoos Market active with higher
prices, with quotaliona as follows .3
Medium to choice packing. ..$3 U5 (u ;l.7.1
Medium to good shipping... 3.35 f,3.U0
blockers 2.1SJ oii.J.lo
Nt, Louis Markets.
FiorK Pull and unchanged.
Uiiain Wheat, lower:' No. 2 red.
JI.UO PuBifit. old U!)('O04c, uewciiMi IMOo
0.') ; July, lll.'i'iii'JIAe: August, No. 8 tin,
W2iAi)C. C'om eaier; ;t.ljc ca-h ; 3rilj
iioje Augu-t ; ilijo: Spic-mloi . O.iU,
eiwier; .70(i,Hlo uash ; 2Zo August.
live, lower, 4iije.
Cattle Natives lu bettor ilrmaud hut
lower; light lu heavy shipping steers,
J .0vX.ijt.7ft ; grukoi, aeilvo and un
changed ; Mexuus, $2.f)0(sJ.3j : Indians,
lloos orki ri to Ualtlniores, a :llve,
fil.tideV'-SO -, oilier gratlea nominal.
biiKKr Unlet tin. I uutli.uig U ti.13
ti;i. JtuteipU 100.
Queensware Store, .
Kortlienst Corner Public Square,
WAEINNEE & CO.,
Keep a splendid stock of Fresh Groceries
always on hand, and sell strictly for CASH,
AT THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
We don't expect to sell all the Goods in our
line, but would like to. receive at least a share of
the public patronage.
Goods delivered free
Give Us a CalL
Dealers in Country Produce.
Bicbmontl, April 21, 1879. v7 nl7 tf
'SOUTH SIDE CF SQUARE-;!
Spring Wagon For Snip.
A number on heavy Spring Waioii,
suitable for farm use, for sale at a bar
gain. 'Call at the Livery Stable of
20-tf WIUTMKK A CO.
The Heat Stuck.
Tho best stock of Hats ever dlsidayed
In the rtlehiuoud mai Kct, at Wassun it
t owter s.
In Gentlemen Furnishing Goods ot
any kind 8. II. CKISI'IX Ct) can
suit you. Cull and see for yourself.
Clothing In all Styles and Colors at
bottom prices at
8. It. OIUSI'IN 4 CO,
Laities Dress Uouili.
A large Invoice of ladies Dress Goods
of the most fascinating stylcsjust opened
ut Wasson A Fowler's.
If von want to buv a Sewinff Machine,
cull at our storo and see the "New
Home." It is a first class Machine lu
every respect. Trices $:) to
O. 11. UlUl t.l (V VIS
IIOLIj C.IK DIM.
Tho Uoll Carding Machines at the
lluinaeher Mills, are now ready for
work. Bring on vour Wool ! Will
Card the same for fit cents per pound,
18-2m J.II.HA.M ACI1EII& BKO.
Gutta Percha Faint.
Ifyou want to give your house a new
coat ot paint, go to Mosby & Son's and
get the Uuttal'eroha, which la already
WASSON & FOWLER'S.
THING IN THE WOULD.
And Master Hurry Davis will
give you your choice for only
Farmers Look to your Intercut.
Tbc iiemUl Nornwa IIore,
T Will niuka the prou-nt w-nsna !
rtil our MUble o"ll IIiikIim X
CkPm Unk, ill llt clly ut Ku-liiuon),
tuift will fe-rve mure nt S lo
Inoiire with foul , nnnty lue when ihe luct U
afteeilHint-U or uiKiv iMi-Uii Willi Hit- volt rtr-ixin-ohlt-
tir tin- .vivu't-i-uf the Inn-.
KIONKWAI.1. 1. a biuuhlul Dupi'le Iron-Grt-y,
1 yetirri iiltl, in.1. Iiunilit lilxti.
yiioiittrtt-:dly ,ni,nllihi-u, lieu y niu-lil
uihI w,-iali, vttit-u in K-11"! '.h, I.Miu puiiuu
mimI hHM iiu Ktylu uti. I MiiU'U'litl ;u lu,ii.
14-11 McCUlB'llON A WlllttK.
We will club thu following papers
with the Dkmociut, at the price uaiued
uflur euch s
Richmond Dkmociut and St.
I.ollis Itepublicall, $
lilcliiuoud Dkmociia i ami St,
Klelimaiid Dkmoi iiat and St.
Louts Times-Journal 2 Mi
rersons desiring either of tbo St.
Louis weeklies named above, will do
I well to givo us a nil, 21-tl
lo auj part of city.
CCQI1TRT PEODDCE Wdntel
0IIDER OF ITBLICATI0X.
Statu 0 Mionrii
Cou tty ot Uiiy,"'
In the Probate Court In and for I he
County of lluy and Stato ot Missouri,
Ajiril term, 179.
Abrahnm Allen, Administrator of the
estate ot Frederick lira.iel, deceased.
VTOW at this day comes Abraham Al
1 len, Admiui'lrator of tho etato of
Frederick liraziel, deceased, and )ro--u-nts
to the Court his petition, praying
for an order of sale of so much ol the
Heal F.tate of mid deceased as will pay
and satisfy the remaining debts due by
said extate, and ye unpaid lor want of
sulilrieut a.-t ta, accompanied by the ac
counts, list and Inventories required liy
law In such case, ou examination where
of It Is ordered that all persons Interest
ed In the estute of said deceased be noti
fied that application as aforesaid has
been made, and that unless the contra
ry lie shown on or bet.ire the Drat day
of the next term of this Court, to be
held on the second Monday of July, it
being the 14th day thereof;) next, an or
der will be mado for the salo of the
whole, or so much of the real estato nf
wild deceased as will be sufficient for
the payment of said debts ; nnd it Is fur
ther ordered Unit this notice tie publish
ed In some newspaper in tills Stato, for
four weeks before the next term of this
Court until which time this cause la cou
tlnued. A true copy.
Judge and Clerk.
State of A.Moi4f-i, 1
County ol ttay, j
I, C. J. Hughes, J ml co and Clerk of
me rrnnato i-onrt in aim lor saia comi
ty, liereby certify thnt the above Is a
true copy of the original order 01 pulw
llcatioii therein referred to. as the same
appears of record in my otllce.
ft mien luy iiaiiu aa .luugu auu t'lcra
- ' and the seal of 0111 said Court.
I Stat j Done at my ollh-e lu City of
liiciiuioiKi, 111 saiu county, mis
second day of June, A, i. 1X70.
0. J. HUUHES,
IMnr. . Judge and Clerk.
Notice Is hereby given to all creditors
and others Interested lu the estato of
Tolly Crowley, deceased thai the
undersigned administrator of said estate
intend to make II mil settlement thereof
nt the next term of the Probate
Court of Kay county, Missouri
tv, to be begun and holden at the Court
House In the City of hiehuioud, in said
eouiity,on the second Monday lu July,
1M7U, THouiS A. IIuown,
Notice U hereby given to all creditors
ai:d other Interested lu tho estate of
Presley lavin, deceased, that tho under
signed administrator ol said estate, in
tend to make final settlement thereof
at t lie next term of (lie Probato Court
of Kay County. Mo,, to bo begun and
ltohlc.11 at the Court Houo lu thu City
ot Hlclimond, In the said county, oil
the second Monday In July, WD.
Saiuu J. Hams,
Kotice of I'iaal Srtllemeut.
Notice Is hereby given to all creditors
and others interested In the estate
of John C. Nance, deceased, that I
the undersigned, administrator of wild
estate, intends to make a 11 ti.il settlement
thereof at the next term ot the Probate
Court of Hay County. Missouri, to be
holdeu at tbo Court Houne lu the eltv
of Kicliuiotid, 011 the second Monday of
next Jiuy, (.lUHLorrir , anck.
Strictly eliolce Colleo. S ths for ..$ 1.00
llrow 11 Sugar. 1 1 to 1 1 lbs for . -. l.hO
Uood Collee.Ulbs tor 1.00
Fine Syrup's per gallon 70ct
10-tf . llllLf A IK'UHKS.
simply ekgaut, '
W. R. JACKSON,
Oast atn or pi-buo scjtrsmc.)
Keeps ron-danlljr on hand a full stock
of all kinds of
Tinware, &c. &c.
He buys low for Cash am cannot b
undersold hi Northwest Missouri.
z rXsv cd
His stock of Collins Is l ory large and
ho is prepared to fill orders Tor Cofllim,
Caskets, or Metallo Cases, either night
tatlS- Examine fiooila.
6, T. LIMERICK,
Yard on Thornton Avenue,
South of Shair House,
We have in our Yanl
riXE LUMBEH of ANY
And every other articlo belonging to our line of. business'
WE Invito our old customers, ami now ones to givo n a cult "NFe mean'
liusincHS. Call every limo bufora making vour purchase Vre r
hero Foitiile.1 (luring tho WAR. WIS get our Lumber direct from tb'
""J"" auu win sell it at prlcea that cannot full lo aatlsfy ALL.
Farm' and Spring Wagons,
is given up to be tho Lightest Draught and West Fin
ished Wagon in tho market, as nothing but the tery
best Ohio and Indiana timber is used in their construction,
; ( :f iisTTiztra-)
of all kinds, both plain and fancy, promptly executed o
tho most reasonablo terms Try us.
Special Attention given to Repairing of all Kinds.
Call a itfi nee ua and Get "Mied Rock Fricea."
Shop on Main Street, East of Shaw House.
THE BIST IS THE CHEAPEST
JACKSON & PATTON HAVE THE BEST.
Call unci see tho Famous
NEW BUCKEYE TABLE-RAKE
W ith Adjustable Keel. Just out. Tho only Reliable Self
Rako in tho market, and tho only Machine that has proved,
a success in a Wet Harvest, us it is Lighter Draught than
any other, and has
in the Drive Wheel to clog up. Call and see it at
JACSK0X & PATTON'S.
Wo also havo a Tull Stock of
Pine Lumber, ioors, tl'indoiv Sash, Vtint,
i FARMING IMPLEMENTS, -
lnd The JhkIIu Celebrated Mini it ttoad HVroj
All of which will be sold at Bottom Trici.
HOLD THE FOBT.
The tirderslgiicd, thaler III
HABDV7ARE & GROCERIES
Has now on hand and
will keji fofisfimtfy
Hill stork ol PnllcfcfV
Hardware, Catlcrjr A
also OefXtnl Line of
Kanillr Oroterles, nil
Of which ma be had?
I Will not give A fist, fiht ksk alt
ibosc wanting goods lit tfty line toconirf
t.VTO Ttt P. FOitT,
where there Is safely , outside thera W
J. P. QUESENBERRY,
s u 11 II ior,i win hcii ,,r.-ivir
tll HDI it. If. tut ,!. M-J'M.
J-J and sk 'no monry utttil1
limy lii nt Vonr hotim.
t'ritsh tlmifhcy s-k ITOftir,,
Oihcr Hnrs-idns f (irsafm--
hrti lor iiiiiv .mm.
Uiirtlftns liurina' the Mill,
summer ftlontlis. Hiwlal
Mi'l.tinimer Circular bow
CJ-HAVINU BK KNTI.V HKBN-T
ttfmy rtiy. ami Intrnatetl w Itti Its honifn
moiititinff to thixmuntU o'tlollnm, shnnltt U
Hiiinrlrnl pronf of my rvf wibllity. illulift-'
tvtl !'iiwr keut !.
AililrbNJ, DAI IKI r. I1KA1TT.
WnxiiiiiKion, N. tf
-. 'I - -- - l-l-'-a
a full supply of well selected?
It I me