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Thursdaj Evuiirg, Aug. 23, 79.
The RejinMirsn vv fell ton
tliotiitAiiU sboit at ttio recent
state election In Kentucky.
Drum shop license has ad-
vsil In pnrli. in Marshall!
Mo.. besides the co.intT and
Mate trimminjrs which are added
England has suffered by too
much rain of late which destroy
rd the crops on tbe low binds.
In this roii i) try we are burning
np for want of rain.
Monroe county one. ja.in .
nvon wlncli site pays ten per
cent, intercut. The people will
yote opon tbe qneslioit of fund
iog It at 6 er cent. Sept. 27.
F. M. Sitauldins. city cleik of
Leavenworth i a defaulter f-r
a large amount, bnt hush ! He
ia a Republican and Kansas is a
loyal state. Sucli thing must
not be told.
Lawson ia bourn tug this week.
Two different correspondents
tell abont tbe Railroad prospects
ia another column. We are glad
to note this evidence of prosjier
ity on onr northwestern border.
The time lock on the First Na
tional Rank, at Talis, Mo. re
fuses to allow ibe safe to be
opened and at tbe list accounts
tbe funds of that Institution were
locked np ia a tnfe safe.
This morning's Kansas City
7iMf s says the yellow fever is in
cleaning with alarming rapidity
in the Sooth, especially in Mem
phis. Several new cam-a have
occurred in Sew Orleans, but no
cases are reported from other
The St. Louis Ttmt Journal
lias again changed bands. This
time it comes to ns with the
name of James P. Teck as Pub
lisher, Mr. B. M. Chambers hav
ing stepped down and out. Tlic
Timet is a good newgpajier and
ought to make money.
Tbe A, O. V. , which means
the Ancient Order of United
Workmen, distributed to the
widows and orphans of deceased
members, during tlic month of
.May e37.uu. We should have
a lodge ol this order in Richmond
us it furnishes first class insur
ance at low rates.
The last news it to the effect
that John Sherman will make no
more speeches in Ohio during
this canvass. His hard money
contraction of currency, and
grinding policy that has bank
rupted the country won't take
with the masses. It is only pop
ular with the money power.
Reports from Memphis indi
cate that the yellow fever has
taken a fresh start and is now
more virulent than ever. It is
to be hoped that matters are not
as bad at represented. It is not
tut far spreading to other points
to any alarming extent.
Hon. John Walker keeps him
self well to the front jost now'
In a speech at Sedalia tbe oth
er day he said be was uot a can.
didate without tbe Urge class to
which be belongs insists on it.
but be ia a candidate for all that
and it chosen, will, in our judge
ment, make the atate a good Gov
ernor. A statement is made from
New York on the authority of fl.
W. t'bilds that Oen. Grant will
not be a candidate for the Re
publican nomination for Presi
dent, and as Mr. Child is one of
Grant's priueipal supporters we
suppose there is something in
Tbe New York Sun says that
Jounce Miller of the United
states Supreme Court, and one
of 8 to 7 commission that pat
Hayes into tbe President's of
fice by fraud, baa confessed that
Hayes did not carry Louisiana
but that it went for Tilden by
10.000 majority. Yet Mr. Miller
voted to ajlve it to Hayes contra
ry to bia oath. He is a nice man
for a judge.
The Cltotou county Ktgiiter in
speaking of that monster Indig
nation temperance meeting at
1'latuburg ou Monday of last
week aays Hie whole crowd pres
ent would not nnuitier over
and of this number 1U3 were la
dies, aud half the men were pies
ent an frpectatuu only. The
i utility court can stand all such
Kx-flov. Hpragne chaxed Bena.
tor Conkling, of New York, oil
bis premises recently with a
double barrelled slut gnu, thus
illustrating the "shot gun" pull
ey the rip snorting Conkling ban
been ao fiee to chargri on the
Southern Htate. This is the
kind of "plantation manners"
that Conkling detpiacs. but we
must keep still about it as it did
not occur in a bomiiem slate,!
bt 111 losl Ruo'it- Inland.
Kallock, tbe worktnutiien'a can
didate lor major of Knn Francis
ro and DeYotinc, the editor of
Chronicle in that cllv, who
attempted to assassinate Kallock
re both Republicans. Yet we
do not hear (lie mutter spoken of
ty Republican s any outrage.
Kallcrk was feared l,v the regu
lar Republican ticket ns lie was
I h-aditi the workintfinen and the
Republicans took that wean to
lid rid of him. In Yazoo county
Mis, a in. in named Dixon war
recently killed by a man on the
regular Democratic ticket. Dix
nu wm an independent candidate
and the lleniocrat evidently
thought it best to be rid of him.
Tbc ,wo raRri( flre MMlj, ic
same, yet the Republican papers
send np A wail of angnish from
Maino to California about the
Mississippi affair and the "shot
gntv" policy, declaring that there
is another rebellion in tbeSonth.
Now why is it that tlity do not
wail and shout abont the Califor
nia case t That question is easi
ly answered. Republicans can
make no capital ont of it. They
can use the killing of Dixon to
fire the Northern hearts because
it occurred in Mississippi, but
the assassination of Kallock by a
loyal, stalwart Republican occur
red in a free state and will not
answer the bloody shirt purpos
es of leading Republicans Cad
tbe peoplo of the North fail to
see that the two cases are exact
ly parallel and, without attempt
ing to palliate or excuso the of
teuse in either case, we will just
say that such things are as liable
to occur in the loyal North as in
the rebel South. Personal vitu
peration will bring out retalia
tion let it occur where it may.
Dixon was a bold, bad man and
bad been guilty of many mur
der. Kallock was a lamb-like
preacher, guilty of no crime
against his fellow man. Yet Re
publicans shed copious tears and
make mnch lamentation over the
death of tbe former, while they
scarcely condemn tbe assassina
tion of the latter.
John Sherman, Secretary of
the United States Treasury .is in
Ohio making speeches, telling
tbe people bow be ground tbe
life blood out of the peoplo by
contracting the currency, so be
could resume specie payment
which would benefit no person
but tbe rich man and the bond
bolder, bat would crush oat the
poor roan by taking away from
Dim the means of meeting the
mortgagee on bis property and
thereby reduce bim to want and
in many instances to beggary.
Thousands upon thousands of
poor men all over tbe country
have felt tbe blasting power of
Sherman and bis management of
tbe Treasury, Yet Sherman
goes before tbe people and
boasts of these things.
THE II. A S. ff.RAII.HAT.
News from surveying parties
and others conucctcd with this
road seems to be a little indefi
nite. The latest news comes
from Lexington. Mr. John W.
Smith, superintendent, and Mr.
U. A. Sumner, chief engineer
were in that city last week.
The InMligencer interviewed
them ani we give below the re
sult of that interview :
"In answer to categorical
questions, with the understand
ing tOAt what they suid wonld be
published, they gave us the fol
lowing information : Frst that
tbe road would certainly be ex
tended, and that soon, from La
clede to Kansas City ; second,
that several routes bad already
beeu surveyed, with that end in
view; third, that no route was
yet determined on; fourth, that
the shortest route yet surveyed
is W miles long, though a 93
mile line might possibly be
found, and that the Lexington
route is 102 miles long; filth,
that the road is now free from
all financial embarrassments, and
haa the money to build the ex
tension ; sixth, that the C. II. &
Q. is not the power behind the
throne, aud that its assistance
is neither asked or needed ; sev
enth, that a meetiug of stock
holders is soon to be called to
consider tbe question of routes,
rights of way, grades, bridges,
cost and patronage will all be
duly weighed; eighth, that the
probabilities are that the work
will commence this full.
The gentleineu were showu the
environs of Lexington, and the
advantages of the route were ful
ly expl.tiued to them."
Our Lexington friends are
somewhat jubilant aud think
they will certainly secure the
road, but our opinion is that it
will run through the northern
paitof Ray county, thus tapping
a very rich agriculriiral section,
that is eutirel without railroad
F. It. Nect left at our office,
yesterday, a watermelon of the
! Cuban Queen variety, w hich
weighed M pounds. The seed
fioui tvlueu it was grown were
sent by the editor of the Mobile
Register to K. Allen Ust Jail, the
melon from which they were ,ta
keu weighing M0 pounds. Lex
We happened over in Lexing
ton last Kiiiiilay pint in time, to
help eat tins monster melon. It
lacked in swectnets but made It
up iu sue
Hon. Thos. Allen of St. Louis
is being favorably mentioned in
many portions of the state as a
candidate for United States
Senator. He is well worthy of
the position and, il chosen, will
do credit to the State of Missou
ri. A ripe scholar, a polished,
sociable gentleman, a successful
financier and a man thoroughly
Identified with ns as a people, be
could not be otherwise than ac
ceptable! to the musses with
whom he is identified and in full
Dr. James II. Conway, a tem
petAnce lecturer, who figured ex
tensively throughout central
Missouri abont IS or 20 months
ngo, wns recently arrested in St.
Louis for iusnlting a lady. He
had gone back to whisky some
time before. It will lie recollect
ed thot be is the same man who
sued tbe Moberly Monitor for a
large sum and left bis bondsmen
to pay the costs. These spora
dic temperance lecturers, who
drop down among ns claiming to
be reformed drunkards, wout
do to tie to. We had rather
hear from some man with a clear
record and good antecedents.
Rev. I. S. Kallock, the work
ingmen's candidate for mayor of
San Francisco, was shot and
probably fatally wounded on Sat
urday morning last by Chas D
Young one of the proprietors of
the Sail Francisco Chronicle. A
bitter attack bad been made on
Kallock by the De Youngs in tbe
Chronicle and in a speech on the
night previous to the shooting
Kallock made a speech retaliat
ing on the DeY'oungs. They
could not stand they same kind
of abuse they gave, consequent
ly they attempted to assassinate
tbelr opponent to get him out of
The man who reads a well eon-
ducted ccuntry newspaper is not
likely to be imposed opon by tbe
sharpers who are traveling
through the country for the pur
pose of swindling farmers. And
the farmer who does not at least
take one good county paper is
not to be greatly pitied if be is
occasionally bitten by these
sharks. It is every man's dnty
to keep himself posted in regard
to the world's doings.
Tbe first shipment of silver ore
in Missouri, was made at Fred-
ericktown last Satnrday.
Tbe new Christian church in
Glasgow baa been completed and
and will be dedicated August 31
by Elder J. M. Teunison.
Roland Watts, of Boone conn
ty, had bis arm torn from bis
body last Friday by a threshing
The St. L , K. C. & N R. R.
has over 800 men in its employ
ment at Moberly, and its month
ly pay amouutt to from 30,000
A Monroe county farmer, Isa
ac Haydcn, has a long wool
Canada Cotswold buck that
weighs 325 pounds, from which
be sheared a fleece af 20 pounds.
An old man named Cornelius
Bloom, bung himself in Living
ston county last week. It is
said that be had two living wives
and two or three children by his
Prof. J. K. Norvell, of Saline
county, Missouri, an A. M. grad
uate of William Jewell college
has accepted a professorship in
Ml. Pleasant college, at Hunts
ville. H. G. Bonham and bis brother
John, living near Marshall, got
into a dispute as to the right of
a cei tain piece of laud. The re
mit whs a fight, iu which John
was shot and dangerously wound
ed. Charles Wright, a yonng man
aged 22 years, living near At
lanta, Macon couuty, committed
suicide last week, by shooting
himself. He waa married last
spring to Miss Mays, and find
ing himself unhappily mated
snuffed out tbe light of bis exist
ence. Mr. J. Swaiu and Mi. Terrett
pased)tbrough Keytesville Tues
day with 302 two and three year
old steers, which wete bought in
Polk county, this stale, and
which they were takiug to their
homes a few miles northwest of
town where they will be fed for
The laws of Rhode Island do
bar foreigners from voting until
they own a curtain amount of
real estate or of rental values.
Native born citizens are not sub
ject to this requireincut; they
are allowed to vote on pretty
much the same general quali
fications that prevail in other
slates- Now, of Mr. KcIiuik and
a coloied man, both being poor,
were to remove to Rhode Island,
the colored man, utter a brief
residence, would be permitted to
vole, but Mr. Kc.burz might live
In the statu till he were a hun
dred years old without being al
lowed the same privilege, unless
he rdiould aoiuiro tl'A woithof
leal clale. ii'riMiiiuiM.
tttraorSliuiry IuKtmI ukra In A ft Inn
lrTl 'WiptortiioiK, by tk lln Mdlrif
wnrl. la pttrrniniat),!. That jnaltrr of lh
ino ui not only biyn th ihratr or mm, or
tlx- HTnnArtt rhtrrtinmM and mlrnmrr In
tlxaanat, of hamia lral, oat haa Ima iha
ui ir innnimaa or axvikf. Hat tha
popic4o not lira at nailing or thla won.lrrfnl
mnllnont. Tha lalrtt mntrloiilkin to hlator
k lltaratnra oa tola anajrcl la tha aa book br
Hon. t. T. Hi-aillf. fltlaf la itaable and
thiunnf Aatall l ha "Aohlaaamanu of llanr
t. Sianlat" iha sraataal, moat anoraaaial
anil darlnn aiplorer ofthla or any olhar tlma
Mr. II. will ba ramambara4 aa tha aulhor tit
tno raarlnatinf worka of Marl; a ran ration
aa": "Sapolaim anrl bit Marahala" tail
"Waahlaaton aa. hiabanaralj". Thrt rraa
tad a Marked arnaalios at tha I Una, and hara
alnoabtld ihrir Blara In lltaraln-aal atawlanl
of anlarlainlnii bloa-raahy and rlaarriatlra
wrrtln. Tkar ara gnanuitaaa of Iha talaa
aaHirtasi intrraal of tha naw work, whlrb
will alao baraudarail doubly tntrraatlnf and
aalahla ba nearly loo full pacn lllnitrallona
raortaantlnf African acaoaa and adrrnlnrat
1 ha paoplt will welcome thla work their libra-
It ia aoM by anbarrlptloa and informaliaa
can ba kadaalo laraaa So., rroia N.U.Tbomn
aoaSCo., ahllahra, St. Loala. Mo. We
adrartiaa Ihem In aivother rolama.
Timr$ Journal ' One of the sen
sations in San Francisco just at
present has arisen from tbe
Tact that a lady member ot the
board of school examiners raised
the credit marks of the daughter
ot the president ot tbe board of
instrncnon, giving her a stand
ing to which her scholarship did
not entitle ber. There are a
good many people in tbe world
and more men than women, too,
who believe in giving girls every
advantage even when girls are
brought iuto competition with
boss and presumably upon the
same footing. At the recent de
clamatory contest before the
Missouri Press association there
appeared two girls in competition
with a number of boys. One of
the committee of award was the
talented bnt erratic Col. Jake
Child, editor of the Richmond
CoNierrafor. During the entire
progress of the contest, bis clos
ed eyes, beuded bead, upheaving
shirt front and stentorious
breathing indicated that slum
ber's chains had bound blm.
When the committee began to
cousult each other about their
report. Col. Child was vocifer
ous in bia protestations that the
a it ads should be made to tbe
two girls "on general principles."
He was so nrgeut bnd imperative
in his demands that at one time
a bolt seemed imminent, bnt a
compromise was finally patched
up. One condition of the com
promise wan that the rest of the
committee should sign an auto
graph letter lo Col. Child's wife
informing her that her husband
had voted for the two girls, first
last and all the time.
Citizen of Klchmond can tell when 6
O'clock In the morning arrives, II tliey
are awke, tijr the whhtle on llams
cber's Mill. lie l as regular as clock
Dut! Duatt I)-M--t everywhere.
Dow we do need s good rain.
A splendid lot of Ilsmburg Edgings
st Vt'uaon Fowler's.
JOHN B AUGER,
If rou wantaNica Steak, or a Koaat of Bear
or Mutton, or Veal, call at tha
Oppoiita the Poftt Office, antler tha
Family Grocery Storo of Warrlner A
Co., on Northeant Cornerof Public frquara
lie keejiM the lleait in hc
NOTH'K I" hereby given that I lisve.
as Public AiliiiliiiHtr.ttur of Ituy
county, by order of rlie Probate Jiulau
of aniil county, taken cbarjro of I lie
eatato ot Jane. Hunt, ileucaaed. 'i'lie
dat being April IU. 1S79.
All persons having elalms nfMlnat
aald estate arc reijinwled to preaeiit them
duly aHiherltcnied by law.fi.r ullowunce
within one year from tho above date, or
they may tie precluded from the lime III
of mid et.i'e. and if am li claims lire
nnl preontrd within two yearn, I hey
will oe forever barred.
J AM KM P. HAYXE.
A coin pi U, .rftMUal trttftlst with f ranrrfp
Hon. Iltfieolc ni iHetrtte iuttruclluns hj
which any n ran brim fi or Uan ui will.
By mail, Vila tatmt ittvUiCtft itolgr.
Lthrtai Or mi to agenta.
t-aVin.ioD thia r.
(-( XsMal lYta'alBf Bm, SUnt Ornt II. T.
A NEW EXCITINO BOOK
B-4a.l!3 wHMh wild dttBUrwof-
STANLEY n AFRICA
ThaONLT am I tan tie au4 cprrli1r1 cheap
Milt. on. Gira a Kt'lXbittory of hi wan-lf t
fill tliaeoT erica In Afrlcan4 marrrlaua Jour
mj down tha Congo. ;Mor facinatlnjr than
rumaara. rnfualjr Illutralr4. aud liifthlj
ndiraad by Hit etTf and pnua. Mora atfritU
wantrd. t TrTvT parf tculara about tha boak,
auanraa af affpnta, and btat term, adlrca
k. i. TiioMrHON ft co. , rub.., m. iuu
Iwill.aa AdtniniatrairU of tha anlate o,
William llatnelil. ilae'd! , aell, at hla lata rat-'
Idrnco about Ihrae milea uortbaaal of Tula
Saturday, September. Clh, 1871),
tha followtnc Parauaal Property, to-wll :
S Head of Horaea.Maras aV. Colts.
3 Cows and Cslvss.
10 Head of 3-year-old steers.
SO Head of a-year-old otaora.
'38 head of Hogo.
10 stacks of Hay.
3 Wagons a Reaper A. Mower.
Cultivator, Plows, Eto.
THXI All auma of slOand nailar, Caah In
llaurlai uar that auro a owllt of Six atonllia
will lir giran, without Inlereal, br iurohaaer
lltriug uota with apiruval aacurlty.
Tha Most session of thla Institu
tion, under tho Control of
tho Board of education
for Richmond Dis
trict, will com
M0XDAV, SEPTEMBER 15, T9,
and rnntlnnr firs term of aiabt
innnlha In eharira of the M
low In experienced teaohera
trok. n. p. nrsru.
Staarbjtnlnt u4 Tauttt a tka audU tapirtaait
Pmf. J. M. Lonir,
?ataaar ai Ua lutnli Whbhi
Tba lliaher Dranchaa taught In Ihia departm't
Mfm. W.8. Tompkins, C. B. Hltoterrll
sna jar, i. m. lAmg,
Taaeam a til UuraalUU CiMrtant.
Mrs. X. H. Ventres sail Kettle Kictli,
xiataen a UI Mailt Beairtaut.
ls Alia Ilntler,
(lata of Maahellla. Tennaaaae.,)
For Piipllanol llrlhr In the nia
trlat, rruuireil to ba yain in ad
ranee, aa followe;
Araili-mlr Deiiartmnt a.i no
Intarinaitiara department Jo uo
Primary Itoperuuent it an
Toil Ion free to all puplle Main In tha dlatriet.
t uaicexuep leu.)
019- b-tjn, 1 us i, rum.
IT IS A
TIIAT A MAN
BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN
Grocery and Provision Store
GIVE THEM A. CALL.
Dealers In Conn try rrodo.ee.
Tlireo Doors From Corner of Old 'Number One "
THE "BIG BOOM" !
Lay the mrner-atoue of jour Ufa br buying
IVARIHNER & CO
Hv.ngr:)tit.jr iftrnttfe.. hit Goods, nd
ad amply rilcnUhd thir ImnunK atork by
LA.KGE PURCHASES, c
of Krh Family Groctritt. tttf itanda on the
or the Grocery Business in the
CITY OF RICHMOND.
1 bay aella on urh oloaa ntargina tfaat it flvM
A DEATH BLOW
aud know they aannot eompata with blm.
WILL HULL CIIKAP
IF IT "BUSTS W.
'Xo tlie paor man wbo lrlihea to economlzei
To Iha fttah Man who derlrea to auve, ha
tirOlTfrs Rare Indurfnir-nls.
WARRINER IS A
Live Business Man and
atlla Iha Fiscal, Nlceat, Puraat, Cheaat
SOUTH SIDE Of SQUARE-
Are you going to Paint?
THE BEST I1T THE WORLD IS THE
Ceo. W. Pitkin & Co.,
R. D. ASBURY.
TTsvlntr eomplered hla Simp, l now
i- x pretisreu w tie all klnua ol work
ill Kinds of Machine Repair
work done. Spcetnl attention (riven to
Having ssaoclnted with my blsck-
mlthlii(r, the well-known workman,
W. P. STRADER,
And Is prepared to do
ALL KINDS OF WOODWORK,
from stocking s hoe, up to s buggy.
Farm and Spring Wagons
aSsrSneclnl attention will be given to
st prices to suit the hard times. Give
us s call.
BllOPjnit South or the Shaw Flonae.
II. D. ASBUltY.
CAN GET THE
Varinner A Co have a latere and rarleil as
anrtnieiit of tjutauaurare, and are a-llirs If
titj Cheap fur the CASH.
Koil Xi-ont !
S T O R E. ii
CODNTBY PEODOCE Wastel.
In order to make room for
our Fall and Winter Stock,
wo will give Great Bargains
in all Styles of Summer
"Cost," "Bed-rock," Etc,
"OLD RELIABLE "
Brown & Bro.,
and Bnj (joods st tbe Lowest Possible
What Reasonable 1
tyMaD.Wornan or Cbiltlrj
t"F"can doubt tlie ability)
ryofBEOWX & BRO..1
rF'to sell Cheaper tban
rF"the Credit Honses.1
Old Credit Houses
BROWN 6l BRO.
have struck tbe
Ri'ebt Dan of
CASH OR PRODUCE.
Onr Motto ia
No House Can Undersell Us.
I) BROWN Sl BRO I1
Beniember we liave no old liigii
priced stock to dispose of. We
trill sell yon everything on tbe
presont basis of Iiow I'rioes.
THE CASH PLAN
CARRIED OUT BY
BROWN 1 BKO.
ASH IS OAIMNG
We aire constantly adding;
to our Stock.
Just Received I
A LARGE STOCK OF
Glass and Queenswai e
(Joblets, 10 rents each.
Tumblers, 5 vcnU each
W return thanks to all the
customers of our house for their
very liberal patronage and kind
words. The people of Ray, du
ring tho time we hare beeu in
business, have given ns a large
and extensive trade fur beyond
our expectations. We have a
pride and ambition to make our
trade double what it Is, and if
fair and square dealings, low
prices aud superior goods will
will make busiuess, we are de
termined to have it.
BROWN & BRO.
Instrument, Wsll Ps
fr, Stsilsnerr, Csllrrf,
Tors, Ete. Etc. Ele.'
Walehea. Cloeka, Jrwthrj, Mnal.
al Inatrnmeata, ate.) rr paired can.
rnllj ana warranted.
riarare Frame made teenier, and
platea, of ear alte, lo ail Loualnt
ff Snerlat attention siren to to
the aale of Speotaetea. A roll atoak
ofLaaarae Morrla' Perfected aad
Klaa't Combination Bpeetaclee as
CALL ON ME
at aar atore,
SnnlhSlda ni,l,. J mf.
of Square. aaavuuivnai, hiw
RICE & SONS,
Anuouncs to their otil friends
aud ctiilnmers, and th clttzons of
Rsjr county In Keucral, that they
art) candidates for public pstrnnsKO
for tha sals of their I orgs suit well
selected slock of
Coitsittinp; in pari of tbe following
articles of First-Class M 4Diifiuturs :
Carpenter' Tools, Vopn'
Tools, Builder' Hardware,
Coal Picks, Nails, Window
Cilaa. Uardrn Tools, etc.
Fine Table Cutlery, Axes, IlftlcI.et,
rruninfr Knives, liny Knives, and
everything usually found in a hard
Including the best brand of
and CAK5EB O00S8.
f hew lug and Smoking Tobacco,
Aluo a Inrfro assortment of GftO
CEffS NOTIONS, which will ho
"old Tor Cimli or Produce, nl Lower
Prices tlinn ever before. Cull ill our
SOUTH SIOE PUBLIC SQUARE,
mid CMiininc our Slock and Price",
sud be convinced. It will cost you
W. I. RICE & SONS.
EDWAIt 1 V. KKMPKR, TROPKlVa
lln vlnf jtorurtHl Oto inrv Iron of FinnT-Ci.AH
WnitRMAK, I nm jirtMuirfil tn r ttTiit but
work In my llnr, In Ihe Unfit ntannirr
lift Ibr iHlettt ilylt. I rnn itiaun
Inrrui y raw. Tliour ntlnp Mnn
tiiiietit.", TMlilda orTnmii4iiriwa apc rt
quf.ttfd tu give niu a rail. My mott U
"FIRST-CL1SS WORK IT LOW RATES."
I Kill erant all mr work In lta)r and ailjolu
liiKUiiuullea. Shup on luuin atraat.
MANUFACTURER OF t DEAUR IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
Store on F.sitt MilcSiinare,
'-ft"? Itlrhniond. Mo.
H-A k'aill l.ek or-
LADIES' AND MISSES'
FINE SHOES & SLIPPERS
rVAIau a mil aiiirk nr
LADIES COARSE SHOES.
Wa fnamifarltirr on thorl notlrr. and Iu
workmanlika manner, all ijrlta
Fine lioots and Shoes
Thankinir Iha C'llzrna or Hirhmnai n1 th a
pmiflff n Ksy fount jr fr llitr natranaaru harr-
tnUitt, 1 ifl4iftiM r?tift eoatlni'atiou uf
tha aaraa. aud hopa
"J1Y FAIR DEALINCr
In ntrnt tlir aiimt In Iha irati.t and Iti'ui'.
Mending Done to Order.