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BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONESTY. WE SUCCEED
TCItHS 1,50 tear ! AtHtire -
RICHMOND, RAV COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOIJER 23.M870.-
MUSHED VERY THURSDAY tVENINt '
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TIIOS. D. BOGIE,'
KDfrdii snd nwrMttoi,
OrriCK Soate-West Corner of Ui Pabll
Saner, la Woodso Bro, BnlMlBf.
1F0BTT-5IXK TEARS AGO. J .-
Opealur of Ike Flrt rasseafW Ktl
j . r4 la th World. . ;
i Baltlmor American.
' Jnst forty-ulna yaaraAffO tliat
la, September 15. 1830 the first
passenger railroad in England,
tbe LivetpQal&-MaBp!",8Vei" rail
way, waa opened with great
rerdmonv. A vear before a nriaa
of 500 poundajiad been made fori
tbe teat locomotive engine.wuicn
bad been won. by Robert Slepu
ensAo'a Socket, ntion which waa
subsequently modeled the old
grasshopper engines of the Baltf
mote and Ohio railroad, their at-
nearanca being aoggeative of
their nam, - Eight... locomotive
engines had been completed and
itntupon the line, and all had
lieeli tented with entire auueesa.
To 4svery engine waa: attached
(our passenger oarriagea, each
;ouUining twenty peraona. The
lirst engine, yie: Northambrian,
drew the most distinguished
meals Hie Duke of Wellington,
Mlf Robert reel, and other
I.ers of tbe ministry. i It had one
line ol the double truck lo itself.
Tbe other-. aVu; locomotives
with the il f carriage v followed
eacb other on the oilier line. Tie
iroeession started Iroin Liver
jkkiI at 11 o'clock, with tlagM,
inasio, tao weather and great en
tbnaiasm. Seventeen miles from
Liverpool, they Stopped to trfke
in water, and In order to afford
the Duke of Wellington an oppor
fiiuity of seeing Hie proeesxion.
the iteven loiMinotiveH, with their
vatriages, were ordered to pas
slowly "by the Tortlimbriun,
atand'ing on its track. Kevernl
gentlemen alighted while the
locomotive were taking in wa
ter, and one of them, Mr. Hunt in
son, member of the itarliaim-nt
fvr Liverpool, : and an earnest
supporter uf the railroad cane,
catching sight of the Duke ol
Wellington, between whom and
liimxelf there had been some
political cooIiipkr, ran eagetly
ae.roaa the track to shale liim by
the hand. At thnt moment the
order was given for the Haven en
gines to move forward. Mr.
Jfiittkiitsob was bewildered. The
ltocket, which was the leading
engine, struck him ' bite be was
etill in doubt where to nVe. The
wheels went over his leg and
thigh, and he expired that even
ing. The accident catit a deep
gloom over the dn.v's festivity.
The trip was concluded, that the
i- .. t . :.-t. . . .
tnoiiin niuu inn .11110 nut
to disappointed, but all rejoicing
and ga.vety were at an end. The
next day the railroad wasnjtened
for iiassenger tralUc, and carried
oiih hundred and forty persons
from Liverpool to Manchester in
two honra. .The original cale.iila
lions of tbe construction had been
)iised on prohshlu returns from
heavy merchandise tratllo coal,
cotton and iroa. They had form
ed nd high estimate of emoln
ineut from transporting passen
gers. But the railway was hard
ly opened befora an average of
1,21X1 persons .daily were willing
to trust,,!! with tbeif lives. Ia a
few years it was found that the
monnoua traffic was too heavy
for the original raila, and it be
came necessary to relay the road
ai considerable expense. Uut
though September 15, 1830, Is the
' greatest day in -railroad anna),
, being that on .which the world's
lirst railroad Vii.' opened com
plete out owii Maryland railroad
iireceeded the Liverpool ' and
danchesterln utilityv The first
rod ofthe JialtimoreicQliin Sail
road waa brokeu for iUcoiifcti no
tion July 4, ISL'S. and by the
" next year horse oars, asaiated by
one locomotive engine, waa car
rying pasHeneera between Haiti-
more, the Uuluy llouse, aud Elli-
onlt'Q Mills. . ' 1 I
, Lack aud Labor. . 4'
r$ . i
If the boy who exclaims. " jnst
'inyluok," was truthful, be would
Bar,"Jut m; lar.iness t" "Just
. mv Inattention I" Mr. Cohden
wrote some "proverba abont
"Luck aud Labor." It would be
well for our boys to memorize
, tbejj ;
Luck is waiting for something
to turu up.
Labor, with keen eyea and
atroug will, , will 4 turn up some
Luck Ilea' In bed and wishes
he pest man would bring him
news of a legacy.
Labor turns ont at 6 o'clock,
and with buy pen or ringing
liammer, lays the fouudatlon of a
Luck (whlnes.' " '
,. Labor whistles.
Iiieli relies on chances.
Labor on uharaeter. .
Lnck 'slipdtwn ' to indigence.
Labor strides npaid to iu:
il penih'iioe.. ,
A Weatera e.lilor-a)s that
water biia lute I strong of sin
liers ever since the deluge, and
r lb hi' the. reasou he takes
whisky iu IiU'ii.
Tbe.'St.Loiiis Christian Advo
cate anms up the new across (the
waters us. followai,- j
. From abroad the reports are
not at all favorable to the coupo
ned peace of the, nations. The
Knglisli are fighting the Afghan,
and before the revolt ,ahall t be
Anally qnelled the probabilities
are that very many Uvea will be
lost among the Afghana Knot
anion; the Engl into troop as welL
1 he-news last aeek wastokha
etteel that very severe fighting
had been going, on near Cabal.
The Afghans were' defending
themselves from, the i heights
around the city. These" taken,
the fall of the eity is likely aoon
to follow, and with its tall tbe
tvolt wilt sooffarier"Te eup
presned.' ' u n n ,
1 ben tbe Enalutb government
ia sending troooa lo IhedisaO'ect
ed districts of Ireland, which
being interpreted meana there
must be no revolt n there, elaa in
stead of bread, for which the peo
ple cry, they may have to take
cold lead. Ireland fa in a very
nnpleasant condition, and there
Is evideut-(Tangpr" or'liO Utile
tronble among her penle. The
excitement on the land question
has inci eased very greail v of late,
and if the land owners do not
modeiate their claims, "there is
no,, telling ) what may be the
result. The people cannot pay
the "rents demanded and -live.
Biem-Mlrwarly there are -iimeHsf wf-
bring for waut of food iu parts of
tiro oonnlr.v, with a prusiei-t of
liiorease in mat snUering. The
papera giv a . vivid picture of
IheaoQViing in the West. There
la every indication that the old
order of things can not he main
lained there much louger. The
crop have failed, and there is
every prospect of a famine, to be
relieved or prevented only by
assistance from abroad.
-There-is -reiwrl, f-lmprove
ment In Hie Imsi less affairs of
Kngland, although grpat quaiiti
liea of breadstiirl's and live stock
continue to be shipped there from
- -Austria and Russia are in the
midst of a serious quarrel, be
cause the ' former sees lo extend
her doniintoua eastward and the
lutter objects. I tj bus been riven
nut that Prussia will aide with
Austria in the contest, and all
Are making warlike prepsratious,
while the opinion- is freely - ex
pressed that tierce aud bitter wai
will ensue. Should this occur,
and Prussia become involved iu
a war with Austria against Rus
sia, then it is altogether probable
that France, under some pretext
or other, will seek- to collect an
old account she has against
Prussia, charged np at the close
of the late war between those
power, and matters go on from
bad to worse till all Europe is
asain shaken fo her very center.
England may or may not become
involved, bid" whether or no sue
has already ou her hands abont
as much as she can well manage.
There is, so far aa we havt.
learned, no abatement of the
fierceness, nor cruelty, nor deso
lating character of the war in
South America while iu India.
China aud Japan ever and auou
there are disturbances more or
lesa seiioti. Lut of thesiv'lhree
count ilcs, with their teeming mil
li jus of people, ft fa gratifying
to record that 1'iotestaut mis
sionaries are making more rapid
pio;irena there than ever belore,
and If they received alt the au-
I tort from trie cliureliea at hone
they really need and ought to
have, there la-every probability
ofsch advancements la-iugmadn
a, the, woi hi -hits never uelore
known. Will tbe peoolo, especial
ly the . professing Christian peo
ple of tins heaven blessed coun
try of ours; sever learn - ''the
earth is Hit, Lord'4, and the full
ness 'thereof I" God's providence
is a stern collector, and when it
begins to collect there ia no stay
ofexecutiou, aud it collects to
the last farthing. What a lie
meudous intiiieuco this couutiy
could exercise nifou the uon-
Cbristiau world it' it would. , If
instead of devoting ftaacciimu
lating gaiua to mere epicurean
lsm.it would devote lie spate
millions to the dissemination of a
Christian civilization, by means
of the Cb liatian's Itible and the
Christiuu missionary. Hut the
time for settling accouuts will
come, aud what iheu f Wheu it
becomes apparent that our greed
ol gain, our pride, our vanity, our
seltlsh liuiiriousiiesss, dissipa
tion and debauchery, have con
sumed what ought to have been
devoted to tha Christ'auizatiou
of the millions yet witbout lh
gospel, what then 1
Walter Daddiug, aged about
16 years, and son of a widow
lady, living uear Frankfort,
Pike county, waa allot and killed
the other day, by a negro man
pained Ootaviia Bonth.'who was
arrested aud la uow-in Jail at
BowHng Oreen,- -
. ,i. Mi mm
Toads live almost wholly upon
tings, caterpillars, beetles and
other , Insects, making (heir
rounds at night when the farmer
is aleep and the birds, loo-
an I U Insects ara supposed to
be having (lu irowii w.iy. Eng
lish f.irineis " nudera'and these
w..ll tliul IIimi- ikiirtlliuun
j toads .it so much a dozen and
' luiu them loose.
Norbome" " Inirpmient, Oct.
17 Hayden Tiigg, Esq., of
Hardin, gave na a aUMonday.
He thinks of going into business
bare." I At,lst tha qneailon
of 1 ram sh ir lioente in f.:roll
ton haa bee Settled for the ve
sent. The license haa been placed
at 1 100,00. and liceasea bart
been granted to Messrs. An
thony, liutzler and Jameson. , "
rri.. 1. -.-.I t. ' - rA
w ,r "lru rrmni.ia Ol
ir. jooc acnovi, an ow anu
rfiepeT citiopii Jbf Ray oonlTty,
arnveu uere irom veruon coun
ty, where he died, on Sunday
last. The body waa takeu in
charge by hiaaon.Zack McNown,
and intered in the cemetary neat
Knsselville. In conver
sation with Mr. Enoa Hays one
day this week, concerning the
very warm weather - for this sea
son of the year, that gentleman
informed na that he had eaten a
mesa of new string beans, which
were grown from the seed which
fell from the vines of the first
ere pi - Me Hay saya this ia tbe
first instauoo of this kind that
ever came n inter his observatioa.
Another .wauderer 're
turned. The Carrollton Demo
erat ol last week says j About
oue year ago, M. L. Craver and
family of this cityv, went to Kan
sas to better their fortunes. A
lew days ago they returned, feel
ing perieclly willing for tbe ne
groes, aud everybody else who
wishes, to go to Kansas, lint
were satisfied to , "pitch their
ten t" in Parrollton r We
learu that tha Indian Agent
Meeker, w ho with Jiis family are
reported aa havieg been -most
brutally butchered by the savage
Ules, is a biotlier iu law of Mr.
linos Hays, or this county, Mr.
Meeker aud Mr. Hays having
married two sisters. The stun
ling news of the biutal murder
Mr. Meeker and his family, at
the hands of the sangeUtes,
waa a terrible shock to the
nerves of their friends here, and
has cast a sad glocin over their
Lexington Jirginttri A man
named James Outbid was ariest
ed last week for stealing turke.ts
I'm in Judge. Piather. lie Is now
roosting iu Ihe county jail.
James Smith, tho man who stole
the watch and mouey Iroiu
Messrs. Couiiers and Newgenl at
Odessa, waa arraigned iu the
urimiiiul court on Tuesday and
plead guilty to the charge of rob
bery. He will receive his seu
tence before court adjourns.
Die robbery was committed
some time ago and tho evidence
waa so strong Hgainst. Smith
that he thought it the best pol
icy to-throw himself . spoil the
tender mercies of the co'irt and
liray for a light Sentence. '
One night last week a farmer
who resides in close proximity
lo Ltnirick Lawn was aroused
Irom his slumbers by the -tramping
of many feet iu a room ud
jnining the' one in which he was
sleeping, 'lie .immediately gave
the alarm and aooit the emife
honsehold was in a high slate of
excitement. . The fanner secured
hia gnu, and, closely followed bv
the other members of the family
armed, with broom sticks, sad
irons, stove lids, and other weap
ons, walked iaiilionsly ( toward
the room from whence the sound
proceded. '-The tlOor was thrown
open, and seeing a dark object
he (took goot atie aud biased
away. There' waa a smothered
groan, a heavy full, and all was
sileut In tbe room, lie nasttt
procured a light, and words can
not express his feelings when be
discovered his mulu colt lying
dead ou the. floor. Tho back
door having been left open the
animal walked Into tbe room,
and iu tramping had led the far
mer to believe that a bund of
burglars bad entered the bouse,
Ho is now grieving over tbe loss
of hia colt.
i l h , i mmm ' t
... . Kansas Clt J J ii-01d IqIi
abilities, who holds ollicial court
in Washington, ia reported to
have beeu much puzzled by the
hot spell. Mucii a general and
prolonged seige of hot weather
In October, haa not beiurknowu
since 1817.' The scientists ol the
Smithsonian aud the weather
prophets have beeu .discussing
tha matter, and have arrived at
various opinions as to the cause
and effect of the seige. Some of
I hem believe that tha occulta
tion of Venus had more or less
affect on the elements. . All
agree pretty nearly, however, iu
the belief that tbe coming winter
will be a aevero one. Not that
it will be particularly & Id, but
more boisterona and disagieable
than usual. This may be accept
ed as reliable authority east of
tbe Allegbanies, but In this re
gion ofcountiy people will tire
fer to hear from Prof. Tice and
tho Kentucky goosebone.
A young lady haa written to
know what is a anre enre for love
sickness. - Aa other eminent phv
siciaua have previously prescrib
ed, we suggest the same old time
Ined, lire-tested reined vmnr
tiane. It haa uover beeu known
Beware of litlla thiniia. '
Mack seed no' larger than a pin
point will grow an onion that
may taint Ureal n ' enough to
break np a beirothal, rniit
school, and aliatter the good in
tenuous ol a sewing circle.
Tut th Dsaocsit.
4 CHAPTER 03 EXTOXOLOHT.
thinly look, "
AnJ horribly grin In-hit eomliwl
way, f : I J
tVliile.iisnillng i-reot sn IliebsCkofs
tJ lis shsrnvei his teeth for the noctur
the Held a Convention ol
An plotting thtrac1itmos On tin
- of a stick ji' y -
A they ravel In visions of looso-fltling
' ' pants,
Astl isgh (or s turn st snolhcr plcnl.
Theimlfe has rrawlcd from Ills horn
hi lbs dlli h.
Anil pleiimnily smiles In therveu-tide
Then, rsMng his vole to an snormoui
' . I nltcli, ;
lie iuvi i lly slug! to his matolntlie
A bes In tha thicket I watching hit
i ehiiioe, " r. j - -r f
While Hi small bay la -lng( all
heeilleu and tlow ;
Vlieu rubbliijf bt lingers, and rcitlng
" " bit lance,
He leas Iroiu till aoibuab sod charges
I he toe,
Vltb pinion oaispresd on the odorous
sir, ; . k
' " The hungry inotqulto Is having his
And cronxliift- hit legs Iu hts rlv r-slilc
'Tkejoll old uuli-frig it piping his
la?." I - -
i. UlstotNl abouuds'lu Insect Hie, Iroin
the raveiioui ioiiiio that luukv Ihe
night liiiluou with hi, toug, lo the Hcs
I bat revels smld scenes and ou territory
unvxplored save Vy till eucrgellu ad
tare sf Hsrness.
Ol course It makes tbe trade
good, and harness makeraliko to
sve it, but theu there arc really
U w who can afford to neglect the
harness as ia loo often done. It
goon long weeks without being
washed and greased, though It is
used constantly aud Iu all kinds
of weather it ia either thrown
n the bottom of t he wagon or
can luge when brought in, in the
dust and dirt theie collected, or
hung up in the alablea behind
the horses, where the amraouiacal
gases soon tlestry the texture
and fibre, reudi-ring it brittle and
weak. 2?o matter how good the
inruess may have been original-
y,it cannot stand such tiealtueul
us that very long, and soon be
comes old ana unsafe. A few
stitches become loose, yet they
are ueglected until the harness
must be sent- 4o tha aliop, aud a
dollar or two spent, and consi
derable time lost iu going to the
shop. Iu tbe matter of greasing,
we give.' our plan: Choose a
rainy day (because the "boys"
cannot tjieu work outside ); take
the harness lo Ihe barn , and
take them apart, after which
soak for little while iu warm
(not hot) water, and. then scrub
and wash them clears, nsing good
castiia aoap. l.etore t they are
dry, grease well, with aeatsfoot
oil, rubbing welliu tben wipe
off nnd bang up" to air. t After
yon have greased (be harness,
beware of Hie rata, for they will
cut it to pieces in a little while.
r A jounjr mairleu,'woiDan in
Klitery, Me., baa tlila season
aueceasfull)' cultivated a quarter
ol au acre of land, doing all the
work esoeiit tbe plowiuc,. aud
raised a large amount of vegeia
bles from it, disposiuft of tbem
berself In Portsmouth, X, II. In
addition to this ebe liaa takeu
care of two oows, set twenty
liens; anil looted .' after oilier
fowls, and all tho' lime Attended
to her boiisebold duties. Hlie
lias also boiih'bt all . tbe fu mi lure
for tlin new bouse' ber iiusbaud
A ilaut grower of considerable
exerience tells us (bat a strong
solution of coptieias in soup suds
water ia very . inviKurutiug to
ornamental shrubs - ami ear
trees. It will also uestrov the
small grrlis that infest the rooti
of pot iluuts. ' Aiuinoal.t water,
of tbe strength of one teaspoon
lul siiinla of animoiiia to two
quarts of water, is also a good
remedy for the white grubs in
pot-plants, while it is very iovi
L'oratinir to the crowtb of tbe
It is stated that Indian com
charred into charcoal will make
a valiiuhleandiiDt'iit for poultry
It will pnt the bene iu pood
hraltli, and carise a general Ion
iuyr np of the system, which will
be seen iu more and better e!;g.
A ton of gold makes a fraction
over half a milliou of dollars,and
wlivu ia ioniisys . his .wife Is
worth her weiRlit iu gold, and she
weighs 1211 pounds, she is worth
Ws W. MOSBY & SON,
; ; W EDic i res cm E m I cais..1 ; ;
Paints, Oils, Varnlihea. I)v feloffs,
- Flue Boapa, (trashes, Sponges, i
Perfumery, Kascv and '
. : -i Toilet Articles, Atv ;
BOOKS AND . STATIONERY,
wau rjirra . vt ,
. WIN30-U7 saxnrai m
, ...ETC. SXC. ETC.
Customers will find 'our Stock com
plete, comprising lusny srticlut It if
imposslMe her to enumerate, end
all told at moderate prices. ' - -
, PHYSICIANS' PRESCRirTIOnS
Carefully Ceinpoundedl all hours
GEO. I. WASSOK. PROPRIEiOR.
Located convenient to stl hrsnchu l
tm-liK-K somh nrt of court hiute.
ltooin lare anil siry sad. weli riinibh
ed. Best alti-utloii givvu lo travi llng
public. twl KsnipVe room fur Cooi
saeretHl men.- Tables supplied with ihe
best the mrk" anords. I luck lo and
trom trslna. C'lisrjtrs Moderate.
GEO N. McOEE, ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT t COilVEY AKCCft.
RICH MONO. HO.,
Jas a aamslale AbMraet of Title to all Lsads
In asj eeanlr. .
SHAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING !
Opposite tha Court Howe, ' ;
If To waal a (doS Haa or roar Hair Cel.
ranslessat Shanipoo.uiva OUS. A CALL.
BARBER SHOP !
AMOS UUDUINS, ''
It Door East Hughes A Co's Bank,
RICH. MONO, MO.
lfyno wish a riltnT-CLASS SUA VC. jour
U.tia CUr, or a UIIAUI'OO, (i Aatos a
M O B
f I P
FALL & WINTER GOODS LOWER TH AN EVER
Plea He Head What Ife
Iii this Hue wo cerCahily fisve a Better Selected and Greater Variety tbaa say
. . -COSblSTIXO OF
Dress Goods, Trimmings
. and in fact evvrytblua; that comes
' ; ; lisr io it? i iio nsr e. i
It would be Impoaslhle for us to enumerate the srtlele Iu till Hue, hut rest assured we have them sll st price
wsy in low siij ihliiif you can liiiHjjiue. Don't tall to seo us. We will isake your visit pay you well.
MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHSNC.
Don't he sstoniHhed IfweoftVr you better llnnialnt for Cash this fall thin you lievs ever beeu able to ohlaln be
t'oi". The 8lick we are nflm-lnx i way almee the avras;e and ilie prli-es Jut right. Uive us s rail Airnin, by
way ot rvniliider. pi riiilt us to aay that we Uou't allow auv bousi- in Ihe uuuuty to uuderMill us. H'e love ttr.
Iionorsble eouipcliUou, still siv always ready lo meet It half way, and, If possible, do s little better.
Gents Furnishing Goods.
Such as Tlce. Collars, Cuffs ?iim rulers. Hhlrts. Drawer Hose). Glovi't. aud s Ihniuisnd other thhifr w cun't
liaiiilon your will Bud iu our New fall Stovk st pr o ihut can't beau Call and convince yourself of this hu-t,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Yon can't (Prd to oveiloolc our stock of Boots sud Hhne I Ills Fall.- The price are too tow. ami tbe foods se.
coud lo none iu tbe country. i'lie beat is Cheapest", then-lore do not be deceived by Cheap, Hhuddy goods.
Hat and Cap Department. :
An eudle variety, Suitable for Man, Youths anj Boy, at prioe lower Hun you have heard of fur years.
FOWLER & EWING.
RICES' GROCERY STORE. -
W. 0, RICE
: ' "and;
For Best Goods in the City
' '; 1 " OF
RICHMOND, : :
(v. .f . (
South Side Pablio Square.
B. F1- KEEL, Tho Cheap Grocer
OF RICHMOND, ; , J,
Annsunesa to hia Man Friends that ha haa Just Opened a -
STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Anil proposes ihirlnf the rear of 1879. to aell lower than ever. In fart he ihies
not propose lo 1st excelled In how Prices Iu this market. All klndt ol
Country Pnxlui-e taken In ExHianjrH rr QihmIs. Try bin). '
' ou csn llud him Drat loor Wrtt ot Mniliodist Church.
DOZEN CHICKENS wanted at once.., lie will
buy all vour BUTTER AND ECCS-
A. W. DONIPHAN, President
n. O. GARNER, Cashier. - "
Piaacroas: A. W. Doolvhan, If. C. riar
uer, Wai. 1. Unuhsr, U T.Urnr, H. P.
fettls. P. r. Sraltb, R. H. Pinoh, J. t.Oaat,
a. J. Williams, A. K. Rsyburn, J W. Shot
well, T. H. Woolard, T. D. Woodaoa.
Usnonl Sanklns; business tnuisaefeit,
fpMVvllsotlons mails promplly and at ree
E R Jf- TIM E S.
Have To ay About The
Calicoes, Shirtings, Cloths,
under the head ot Dry Goods will be found at our store at price very low.
One door west of
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I. a. acoais.- Jn iiuuusa
'- BDSaBTT HUSHES. I
J. S. HUGHES & CO.,
Bqe and ssll Kxenenffs, OovsrantMil, Slshv
sad Countr Bils, . Collsei'oas made
sad Dsioslls robtved
Different J)ejnrtmettt$ t
. - -
house In this part of the country,
Cassimeres, Flannels, Etc.
IT n sites' & Co.,
Hit II MOM), M'RHOntl.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
''"'' ICMMIO;0,"ls16i""' ''!'
Ovrirfc in (h. r-.srtm.f'or Sion'1mlt.ia(',
ia loan ll.iUMtjmni. , , (!-!.)
ni;-.' - '
ss. a. rAkais.
'I - U7
FARRIS & CCNROW,
ATTORNEYS 7t ' VkVT
WILL tnwllrr la ISr JmIII.I tMettSnf Uf
rinh i . i ....I ... ,k. ,
Imms MnMt ss-aaa- ntrm. Collomisa
fllM..n ...... K .1.1. ' u . . -
- - . mini n.Hr ie
I'KSIK'RAT invilll, I2-MJ
I. J. sennas.
e. . srasss. a
: Will (rfOr fa th ft His' riflla
l.llnl.l U . . . . . . . I .
oo ilnn lo all hnln-., hrtrnalxl l lKm.
r 1 v. .. w
H i aah. . .
' " JOHN H. DtJUTN,'" "
orriua Wnh rvris ; ar ra4
el rt ions Buildlsf, in soarl aoiwe fsia. ; ,
,T. N. LiTtLOlK,
ATTORNEY -AT: LAY,
; , RICHMOND. MO. .!,,,-
WIII prnefNM In all U roans f Rsl' .
Pnliil allsnllon riven lo Uu'lejil,.u.
"IU' K-llii Smln. of 4. S. Ilarsa M
Hank, WIUl Muaaes A Uu(hss.
'13. F. ESTEB, (..
Attorney - at - Law
RICUMONU, Mtssoum. i
Will dtreml with dllllarara aait proaiaaess
o nil Im.lneAS lot nuteil ut hi. rwrs.
or'l( IC 1! stairs iasorasr kulldia-axnb
l Slue IIoum-.
" J-rask g; Oinaoi?,
Attorney - at - Law,
, i. .... RICHMOND, MO. , , ,
Wlllsttsmliosll kaslaass aatraslrd ta bins
ami oars aail promplnoes. .
OrriCR RaslsaU ml efctae bvlldhif h Iho
aun llouss vard.
D. P. WIIITMER, ,
Attorney - at - Law.
' RICHMOND, MISSOURI. ' j
Will oraetiss In lha oonntl.. of
soar I. Collsollnf.od oilier Slulue.Oufiiled
to aim wn; raceirs erompl attsullon.
orrit'R On Collrce Slrast, irst eorasi
south of Sarlacs Bauk.
1 C. T. OARNER & DON,'
LAW & COLLECTION
RICUMOXD, JIISSOURL '
OrriCE av Hairs rar Mabboll Ce'eSssre
i. w. SSOTWSU
s. k. siu
; . , SIIOTWKLL & BALL,'
Attorneys' '- at,-Law
RICHMOND, MO. h .' .!
' Will prullos a all Ike Coaits of t'pper
MISMMSn. - - - !i, '
orrici-ln th wast room sf Use aloe
salldiaat ia Coast HasM i-ard.
' f i.l.
lr. M. C. J1C0BS,:';,'
Treats all maaaar sf Ckreab t ii. ia
olu.lle.ar .a.aii.a. or th Thrual, Mos, Kar
Kys, mb. u ,. , , . j
. OrriCC at Jaosks' Book sad Isras; SUra
JaBd.lhl,.. (j ,;. . u,
e. a. awoat. si. a-
MOSBY S SON,''
Will devol Ihohr sollro attention (o th
MiietM at their arurasatua la Us vae--ti :
brsuohss. .... . a
SeJd aMoatlua wUI he rleea to Chron
10 Diaeaaaa ofoliawr tea. rbtMiiii
sellelted. , . . ....
Da.W.tV. Moar.(lheseaUt oatloer) wl-h
sa riiierisncs or Hi third or a esaur. In Ire
arsotlosof taediahi. will niak Dlaaaaaa
of Woman and Children spe
t ill lrc-tt,ltr the moot siipmreil nrastlf-.
(Ir Inhilallnn and InsiinUihxi) A I.l. f.
rKcrioNs or tiik itKHi-inTiMV ok
iians. rt-Dlsaaaaa of tha KYC,
BAR sod alOSa will ,wel-el'a IAI.
A t I KNTtOS. ,
W are pie.ard to leotrlolty ia In
treatinenl of all dUsaas ia anlclt U, I aeei
uslil. Ill arillsal rases Ilie sendee, or lioth will l
(Irea wltSoul sitra eliam. SAIIriFAC.
TION UUAaANTKKII. Kee. roaaoaah.'.
timua and sonaalutloa room as, th Urasj
store ol Hushv a Soa. i fil-4?-lf
urriUK-rinl dour aonk ol UhSIhiII Co'
, Slur. ,
Hiaia tVitrrauls, Title bonds, Warrauly
DrtxU, . .
Sil.K tliila', AiK-riiMillirk' t'ainl.lilTl
and Uont lti . 1