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Thundaj Evento? , Oct. 23, 79.
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TIKI TABLE SO,
Row la Effect.
S. at. hMHiw imtm a. .
t. M, raatm rrt 7: f. m.
If. M, rumur Imn 7 m.
K. W, FiMif arrlvo t at p. a.
W nla tiuiM.lliitt la aaajla at f .mtnetn
Jaartlao wltk all Mm m4 lm at. Loat
IHM OHJ. .
J. A. Deu. Ami,
Caiaus. Mr. Cyn Bergeraue
emit John Barjrer proprietor of tbe
City Mat Emporium. He will keep on
liana at all timet, . the very b it troth
utata at the lowett price.
t roni.EU tn.
Wt nee the following reeomtnenilatlon
f olnir the ronH ot the prett'r "For a
kicking home All an old tack with hay
and tunpend It from the loft by meant
of a rope. In eucb maimer that the
bort Will be able to kick It every time
It awing ajrtlntt hint. Let him kirk
Ontll lie Itopt of hU own accord, ted
you will have n more trouble with him
lu that way." '
Brocade Velvet at FOWLKK
Tom rUt. I have for tale t (foo.1
Mare. 1 young Unlet and I work
Hornet, at my place, 1 mile toutbol
Jilllvllle. Call and are the ttock.
7-U-ltn. WARREN YOUNG. .
Cow Stb.Vid. The large Red Jow
that w got front Mr. I.auitr, S mile
north ot town, near , Dale Mill, ha
trayed. 81m It euppoted to be up on
the creek bottom In that vicinity. Anr
It'furutatloii In regard to bei will be
lumkiully received, or we will pay any
prrton whu will drive h. r In to u, for
llirlr trouble. .
U. C. Ill' KOESS 4. BRO.
Theaurvr.ror on the propnartl line of
the B. A 8 W. Rjtllrnad failed H wekr
aurvry through Richmond at pro
tutted, but Mr. Ilnghet tlilukt He y will
turvry this rjute when they eoiue bark
to make a nnwt particular turvry. Tlil
look favorable to the line through thr
north part of the county at tliey certain,
ly would have utaile n a turvey I! they
proponed tocoiitiiler tliU
Tnmmlfg Sllkt of all eulurtat FOW-
IMtl t EWINO '
Wyatt Baker, a cvlnrrd citizen, w
arretted Saturday night on a charge ot
whipping hit wife, tynen the City
Manhal went to airrtt lilw, he drew a
knife and threatened 'to re'lst, but a
ttaiitferotil limklug ul.li! ol the men-
thai eutiard l.lm to change hi nilud,
lie wa lineil by tins City Recorder for
the disturbance. Wyatt It a bad ulg
Uteet ritylrt ol Mnop Sklru at FOW
LER 4 KWINU.
I Ir. II. 8. Gordon, of Taltavllle, wa
In the city lat week. He it a young
man uf prouilae, being a graduate ol
the Kanaat City Meillcal College ot
Pbyatrlaut and Siirgeon.. and the pen
pie of Tltvllle and vicinity are fortu
nate In having him locate ' In their
wheat, and 390. OOO bushel
oal, for which I will uy the hlghett
market price In CM. , -,
f-40-UT " - GEO. I. WA8SON
One merchant who adrtrtleri e
tcutlvelv I worth to hit town and peo
ple met than forty who never tluiw
'themtelvea in print, and people thould
for till, reatnn patronlM him. Live
drertlalng nuke a live town, for there
It nothing like advertising for drawing
UoimI, toaiwl, well-broke, fat mulct.
from 4 to 8 yeart old, for which we will
pay the hlghett market price. Will be
found at Wbltaierat Co.. Stable.
Out. 4, tt yVASSOS BAl'M
The rain coinejitit In time lattTlmrt
day to prevent ut from teeing the big
howofgellt Bro't. Wa will hare to
wait until nest year to eujy that plcaa-
nre. The ttraet parade tra the brtt we
have ever teen lu thU teetlon, aud I tie
ahow It tpoken of at nratIatt In every
Stop naing Caloaiel and try
DRAUOHT" for liver tUtei
for Ml. at Uaraer A Jaeeo' Drug liar.
Ton Down. lr. Moaby hat torn
down the houae on main ttrert recent
ly occupied by Out Nletlrr ineyer at
barber thop, and will rrect lu Itt place
a neat oie tlory building. In the nirau
time Out hat moved hit barber thop tn
the room up ttairt over Rlce't ttore,
formerly occupied bv thit offlce. Hie
btrber thop will occupy the new houte
w hen completed.
The genuine Worcmtcmhlre Sauce
nd French Jlutard for family uaeat
WAKIXN'EK 4 CO
We have been tending tint ptier free
to teverul prrachcrt In tle county, with
hone that they would occatlonally
arnd ut (tenia of newt, about tlitir
lueethig, or deatha, or inarrlag.-t that
may occur In tlilt trcliom, but K It tlw
rarcat thing thtt we ever bear from
them. Ueiitleiueu, can't you do betier?
A via Hid of liver cumplaint I f)ne
dullar't worth of BLACK-DRAUGHT M
would have taved In. life.
tut aalt kv Carwr A Jaauba.
Prof. J. E. Dunn will Oil l.lt rrgul
appoinlmeiitat Allllvllle neat Sunday
Lot ttai.li.-Mr. N. P. Warluner told
to T D. Bogie, proprietor of the DM
caiT, hit liouti and lot In the tout h
vaatern part of Kldimwid, lor IIVO
Dr. II. C. Oatnrr. algnee of A. H.
Inltei Cloth at FOWLER 4 EWISO
Fatten up your turkey gubblrrt,
TlmtiktgMng It approaelilng.
Aatln Trimming at FOW LEU 4
EWlXS. ...... .......... . . ,
Seek well for the rlg'it road through
Hie, and never doubt the tcqitel.
Chenille Sbawlt at FOWLER 4 EW
ISO. ; -
The noblett waah tttnd aettt can be
found at WARISNEK 4 CO.
The pumpkin crop la a tuceett thlt
Potomac Roe Herring at WAKfN
NEK 4 CO.
bryBanelea Cod Flth at WARIJT
NER 4 CO. ...
Flour hat been advanced to 13, M per
hundred at Htmacher Mtllt, In thit
dtyi . .
Mr. E. W. Kemper, will erect a monu
ment over the grave ol Jotcph T. Devlin,
In a few day. r ' ' ' ' '
In February, 1M0 I hire will be tve
Rundayt, a eJrruiuatance which occurt
only three timet In a century.
ladlet Suidng Cloth at FOWLER 4
The rain thow day wat a good thing
fof tnllllnera. Mauy flu batt ware
Choice ttook of Fancy Camllrt jutt
received at WAKINNER 4 CO.
. W. E. Bottle, told SO fet hogt to Peter
Trtbhle thlt week. The are going at
boot S cent now.
At WARISNEK 4 CO., can be fonnd
the beat Cider Vinegar In the ctty.
The heavy frottt the 8 nil of the week
don't eeutu to hare bad much edict on
Cheap J ha at FOWLER 4 EW.
Wheat t.ever wat known to male
ruch a quick and aatttfautorr growth aa
It making In thit tectton, thlt year.
Cedar BuvkeU.Churniand Stoneware
A'ARINNER 4 CO.
The prifonert awaiting In our eount
Jail may or may not be rejoiced that
the Circuit Court will toon be here and
Ibt-y cau have a rhauue to geta hearing.
Prune and Dried Currautiat WAII-
INXKR 4 CO..
It l a current btrd who alnga, at
lone 'ltli kit chaclll)Ol.'" Two to
ie he never bad leaa lun In all Lit boru
The Duett Syrnpr at WAKIXSKlt 4
Mr. D. P. Whttmer hat fitted up hi.
w office, aouili of tlw failugi B ink.ln
Dr-U-rlaan atyle, and now haa a neat,
cnxy, well arranged place ol bulurks.
For the bett Bargaint In Grocerlra.
go to Fiania 4 Kox't Store. 13-tl
Fnr the heat wngon on wheele, get a
ra-lrhratcd bevel tire lUIn Wagon from
JACKSON 4 PAT TOM.
Bin alwavt begin with pleasure and
mil In bit cruet. It It Ilk a coll
hlch the little boy aaM wat very tame
tn friuit and very wild bvliimL
Tbe very brat CoBce anil Hugxr at
- . WAKIXXElt 4 VO.
Many of our farmera are bitaklng and
cribbing their corn. Thoae who can
ffnrd It will likely bold for better
Olnrhmfor 10 cent at FOWLER
Ti ll teemt Ilk Indian atimmer. al-
inugh it I a little premature. Such
gnhlrn wrai her wvulrl gratify thea-
plratiout of the gd.
At WAKINNER 4 CO.. you can find
the fmihr.t. ch-aneat ami let atork ol
Hlaple and Fancy Orocerica In the city
People cannot be too careful, at thlt
time, ot their Military aurrnnndlng.
he aeaaou it of I lie tort to tuperindiice
diphtheria, and only perfect rleanlinet
can keep the dleea at a aafe ill'lance.
Tlie la'rvt tylr of Dreaa Good at
FOWLER 4 EWIXO.
The Clilllicotln luerchant have de
termined to njibllah a llt of ruttomera
w ho do not pay their ttore bill. Tliey
want to ttop the builiiet of dead
Big atock of Qtierntwara and ( laia-
ware-Jaw received at WARIXNER,
CO. , .. .
To mr a muatard platter that will
draw well but not bllttrr, mis with the
whit of an egg Inttead of water or
vinegar. Tiy H, and yon will think w
have told the truth for once.
drera keep better Ire and will tell
cheaper Over Coata than any ealetman
In the Slate, at FOWLER 4 EWINO.
A number ol oar friend called up on
ahow day to get a good vlewoi the
elrcwt ttrert parade from the front
wludowt. There wat plenty of rouin
Men' and Ladle Arctic Shoe
FOWLER 4 EWI.VO.
Wanton 4 Baurn ahlpped a car load of
mulct to Kanaat City on Turaday night
laat to put In on the government con
tiact awarded to Mr. David Wuittuer,
our popular livery man.
Men' aud Lndie' Sandalt at FOW
LER 4 EWINO.
Mcttrt McCuittlon 4 Quirk, thr
clever gentlemen who keep livery
table a lew door wett of thlt offlce, led
ISO hornet for traualeut euatoruera laat
Thursday, the day of the thow.
All Wool Caihmeri' for 69 cent at
FOWI.KR 4 EW1NU.
Mr Win. Duval bt our thank fnr
Hulling a brace, we I oat off our buggy
top lat Sunday. He dld'nt know who
It belonged to, hut he Irtt It with Ifo-
Culatton 4 Quirk where we found it.
Good ( a.luunre for SO eeutt at FOW
I. Ell 4 EWINO.
In the mutter of the apnlication of
certain panic holding Judgment!
agAluat Ray onunty. In the V. 8. Circuit
Court, at Kant City, thl week, for a
luandamu on the ouumy to compel
payment, thu nmmUinua waa not loucd
but In lu place an alternate writ re
turnable at thr nest telin ol the Court.
Fbtnnel from U to 79 oenti at
FOWLER 4 EWINU.
Wauun 4 Baura art) making tiling
im-ly In the borta aud mule trail. Iiav
ing tilled up a lot at Whitman llvvrv
liable cipevhillr fnr thu keeping of
bi'lr nock . A permanent tale ttabl
couhl be thllfchrd lu Hlchmond tnth
NilvuuiHire of horn owner and Ihr oper
ator" of the 'lab . There are alwart
The tale ol fine CotawoM Buck, by
Mr. Thot. II. Redd, In thlt place on
ftttunlay last, wat not at well attended
a it thould hvebren. but the InbTeat
In tin fherp In Ray county hat not yel
been fully awakened. A Ml of fine
hog or cattle would hare attracted
more attention. The hecp were told
to th following pertoot at prion nante
1 Buck to Joalah Van Trump, ofTolk
townthlp, for $8.79.
I Buck to Callaway f ate for (7.00.
1 Bnek to Jeptha Ogg lor A.W.
1 Buck to John Joy for $4.75.
1 Buck to ft. K. Uaj he for $0.00.
In thlt connection we will remark
that Mr. Redd commenced raiting fine
herp a few yean ago, from a limited
outnbrr ol ewe, and that the bnalneta
ha proven a very profitable one to him,
having paid In eah very largely. He
ha promlted to gtvt ut th figure of
the pnAta In th bualneat, that we may
lay them before ear famten and let
them tee what can be dona with good
ihrep In a abort time at a aia1l outlay.
The farmen of Ray county ara neglect
ing on Important clement of wealth
when they neglect to keep good iock
ofthecpand giv them proper atten
tion, ii r. .;.?
ldleaand Chlldrana Underwear at
FOWLER 4 EWINO.
The Union Sunday, anhool, 3 mile
out beat of M illvllle. nt Liberty Church,
I tpoken of aa the flnett and brat con
ducted tohool In tb OHinty. Ill peo
ple in that vlclulty tak great pride In
keeping np that achool, and encoiir
aifing It In every way, apd by their aid
Mr. W.H. Keel, th efficient Huperin.
nilenl. ha made th achool what It It.
Recently prize waa offered to the
cliolar that would repeat tb large!
umber of vertea from memory, from
any portion of th Scripture. Mi
Suaan Dickey, the tuoocMful contedaul
repeated 170U venea, and Ml Minute
Broughtou nearly aa many, while other
repeited a large numbcr.k.Thla Suuda)
chool thould be th pride of every
parent In that eection.
Canton Flannel from 10 29 cent at
FOWLER 4 KWINO.
Ladle and Chi'.drcii Unvdt at FOW
LER 4 EWINO.
Fix Stock. It wa our good fet tun
on Monday laf, In company with Mr,
W. D. HIcaorthltcity.loviBlt thr ttock
fannofMr. Illiaui P. Belli, mill
north of town, to ce Id ton, Ed. Set
tle' f)n tattle. Th farm l large,
thoroughly Improved and ntll tupplied
wlikescclleut Bin Gnu and Clover
Paature), In fact everything i ronveii
lently arranged, ahowttig lu manugera
to Im wide awake, thrifty men.
Of flu catile, Mr. Kettle hat quit a
herd hit aged Bull "Abo Rcnlek"
being a full blooded "Rote of Sharou"
while he hat teveral eowt of the "f,ln
ker" breed that are oftlia bett blood ol
tbe country. He hat t or 10 very flue
cowi, and three young built that are
hart! to beat, on about 6 montht old
attracted our attention particularly.
being large for hit age and well formed.
You might take an oniluary tomb call
of tlie tame ag that had received the
tame treatment, and it would not have
beeu hall to large, thu clearly thawing
Uic advantage of good ttock over terub..
At tome future tliua w hop to vltit
Mr. Settle, and give a more minute dl-
eriptioa of hi ttock. W notloed hi
hog wer of good atock and thowed
eare lu both breeding and keeping. He
alo ha Mine good llioep, but Ed. tald
they only kept them for mutton. Mr.
Settle hat a tplenditl farm, but the road
get to It need a llttl workjual
Fru SUd; MxMlnta Co., V.
Having uted Dr. Buli'i Baby Syrup
my family with tb greatcat degree
iifctlon, I untietltatliigly recom
mend It at the beat remedy that I
now ol lor children.
Too. P. Lawton.
Citt Acctiokskr. Th card ol
Capt. John T. Quirk, City Auctioneer,
appear In thlt ittue. He hat taken out
Keen and will allcud to tb telling ol
article of any kind. II yon have any
tock to ell bring it In, or a tale to mak
it 111 cry It for you.
Mr. John lluhbell. a prominent cltL
ten of Columbia, It In town on avi.it.
Mra. Sophia Ball, oflblt city, I vUlt-
ug friend and relative In Columbia
Mr. A. P. Moor, one of our tiibatan-
tlal cllixent, paid thU offlc a call thia
Mla Anna McGinn! left for Brown-
ville. Mo , thl morning, on a vi.lt to
friend In that lection. .
Mr. J. T. Black well, caller" on Friday
laat. He h lately moved from Orriek
to Swanwick where he hi carrying on
the blar knilth hu.lnet.
Mr. J. Tait and Dr. - II. S. Oenton. of
Tailxvllle. gave ot a pleaaant call laat
Friday. They were In town rfli bual-
Mean. Sam. Keller and F. Unwnntn.
two '-Boat" priutert of .the Lrsiugtoii
fctcttigtHcer, wat In the city laat Sun
Mr. Wa, A. Ogg and wife, from near
Elkhorn, paid our family a pUaaaut
vi-lt on Tuesday. Mra. Ogg it an old
Mr. Johnnie lliibb. ll "ton of W. P.
HublH-ll of thi ilac.-. who hat been
ick for tome time, I able to be out
again on the ttreet.
Mr. Juliu C. Hughe, farmerly thr
proprietor ol the Ray. Ckrmiclt, wa In
tlie city till week, and give u a plranaut
Mr. Warren Young, ot Millvlll.
dropicd lu yettenlay to help keep hi.
iiart of the DKmoUNAT afloat on. the
road to prosperity.
Mr. Ja. W. Garner, Proaerutlng
Attorney of Ray county, went to Kan-
City thla week, to look after our
Mr. Willi Cobb, the Preat Agent for
Sell Dro't allow, come up to ace u laat
I'hurtday with a ihot ack full ol tllver
II It a pleaaant gentleman to do butl'
Mr. Lea Hnrgrave, of St. Joaeph
called to tee ut oil Thurtday. He
traveling for th well-known Houae ol
Tootl?, Hoaea A Campbell, aud It meet
ing with great auvce.
MJ. Robt. William cam in lat
week and eiilltted for tb fight In the
DnuocaAV army. He It one ol tha lead
lug and tub.fautUI eitiieut ' ol Rav
Mr. William Berry, roe of the oldea
rillzeni of the county, waa in to tee ua
lat week. He wa eudiiig a few day
in town with rvlntkn. A abort time
ag we gave a littlu account ol liow
long he hail been among tb hill of
Ray. II it yet bale and hearty.
Mr. MorritG. Jacob. ofNapolean
Mo., wa In town on Tueaday laat, to
look after a debt he had on the Bay! ii
(arm, 4 mile- north of town. It waa
uhl at Trutteo't Sale, and bought In
by Mr. Jacob at $1,203, which It con-
tlderably lent lliuu lilt debt.
Pur friend. 0, W. DIggt, ol lunta-
ville, wat In the city Tuetday. He hua
quit traveling and It going Into the
Family Grocery butlneti at Moberly.oii
III own hook. Charley I. a clever fr
low ana nrai-ciatt untitle man
Wu hoie he will moot with the tucottt
hit merit demand.
Mr. Jamet A. Davi. our efficient and
afflahle eoiinty collector, 1 (till making
hi regular round. He tayt collection
are bettor o far than they have been on
the regular round for many year.
The people teem to have money, and
are ansloua to get the Job of paying
their laset off their hanila. Thit de
note a returning prosperity, and If our
people will only redreln thrmwive
Iroiu running into rstravagant way
we will toon be all right. Let farmen
ay by their . turplut lor a rainy day.
rather than epeiid It lor .omcHiing they
can get along without.
Edlwn will not be tatlaticd until he
b (ll.coTercd a better remedy for
ugha and Cold than Dr. Bull'
ougli Syrup. Wa tar ho will never
100.000 Drcat Bullou at FOWLER 4
A mall quantity of tall sprinkled on
the bed will kill or drlr away tleaa.
L Plata font Preta.
Uarrikd: At the retltleiice of R. J,
B row it. on the 14th Inat , by Rev. W.
It. Painter, Ml. S. P. EwiugandMM
G. Price KtyluntU Cwrttr.
Pomp" It well known In thit eo-
tlou, and hi many friendt will unite
1th ut In ettetidlug congratulation!.
Zephyr Sack t
Klngo, deceaatd. told ll bout aud
lotoniuaiu ttreet, oppoalt Hie court horte and mule fortal In thi aeutlon
lioute. In Richmond, occupied a a 01 country,
rettwirant, to Mn. Mary Aodrrtoii of Ijwllrt Tie or all thtcrtptlont at
tint county, for $700, crnli I ail. FOWLER 4 KWINO.
Ladle and Children Nubia au FOW
LEU 4 EWINO.
u. n. 1 iK-ker. Olio ol our old well to
no ciiiiu).. oi ri-hlng Kiver, Kay rwiiu.
ty. Mo., on tbe Sim of everv October.
give a dinner to hi children, grund-
tiiiiiuiro auo an ui ma iicignoor tliat
ee til to call are made welcome. It waa
our litppy lot to be on hand we never
pent a mure plcaaiit day. There waa
ainiut one hundred preaent. Dinner
wat announced ready at 1 o'clock,
the nhlcut wat Invited flret ; at the re-
queaior Jtary. age wat called tor,
J on ii uniK-r, Kq , wa. theolilett man,
IV nr. tviu. H. L'aiuptiell the ynmiK
el. 48 t Mra. 1) nicer the oldoat ladv.nH
Mn. Win, Karri th voune.t lu.lv. hi
The table wa tilled with all ol the good
caiiug ilia' man or woman could !
anil utter all had rat all that thev roul
every one tliui would, took eomethiiig
hoiiw lo the Mule one, them wa plen
ty lett for too more. It reminded one of
out tune to e frier j- iiu-et and pw
a IlifV did on that nocaainn. tin
many of u will live to meet thereat hi
urst uiruuiuy tinnier.
Hoop at FOWLER
Bii.lne wa lively here on Thurtday
latt, the diy of Dm thow. Th city
had about a clniten tpeclal deputy mar-
thai appnlnhi for that day, and they
nearly all had plenty of bii.liiet. It It
iHineutiible fact that many of th
young men who occatlonnlly come to
Richmond, think that it It necnatry to
Mil up wlih "bug Juiee"' In order tn en-
ov thrmaelvet. Much men hnulil be
lauglil the error of Mielr way, and made
to leel and know that the eoll of th
erpent I tightening about them, and
!t they do not change onner or later.
i hey ii nil a drunkard grave. A
major portion of the young men
iMMisht their liquor br th bottle full,
or Jug full, and took It nnt behind the
houae and drank It. We noticed a
number of well dre.ted. Inlelllrent look
Ing vomha, o lull they enuld hardlv
ride In the evening. The kind of tern,
iterance work w need I tn ahow the
boy and young men the folly and dan
ger of piiiaulug aoch a cure. Ti:ey
are yet voting, and what anpetlt thev
have formed for atrong Irink.eanbe
eaallv overcome. In fict manv of thro
nave no like tor it, out ouiv iirtnk be-
canae II I fa.blnrahle with tb bo...
We need a temneranee work that will
make thla a rilagrarc Hatred of a fahln
to be treelv Indulged In and then laugh.
ed off a good Joke. I.et Hie voting
ladle of the land refua to recognlt or
keen enmnanv with vntinr men who
Indulge too freely In the nae of ardent
plrita. and vu will eoon to a change,
hut the girl! nint alo be etlnrateil nn
tn thl point. Mothen hnuld Inatlt a
dlillke for Intemperance In their ynitt h-
ful mind. A far aa the old (other
are concerned, ncra'tonally one of them
mav reform and make a ti-etnl man. but
It i Iheexeeptlon rather than the rule.
We have no uggetloni to offer to tul t
Tk "BtACK-DR AUGHT" and yu
will never be bilioua,
Fr 1 by Oaraar A Jaeok' .
IIoa Tmikv. IH weik Shrrlfl
MoOlnnl wont down to Butler, in Bate
e-xinty, lor a hore tliief named Ww.
Roblnton, who It charged with ttmllng
two hornet from Mr. William Ijiwton,
near Swanwick, in thl county, about 8
week ago, Roblnton bad relation
living down in Batet county, whet
ha wa arretted, and MoGlnnli wrote
down there to And if be wa with them.
The thlel waa there aud Mefllnnl! tent
a warrant for nlm. thut eatiiy teruring
the game, at th therlfT of that countv
had no trouble In laying hand on him.
lie bad trailed off the hofe. bin Mr.
Lawful wa lortuiiale eitotigh In find
aud recover them, though It ont him a
neat utn ol money to do to. Robln.ou
will And nest month that th way of
th tranagieaaor I hard.
A bitl pack age of1
free of charge at
Urnr A Jaub.'.
You alwar flud l-mou and Orange
at WARlNNF.it 4 CO.
Jutt received a cir load ot 18 ol the
Celebrated Beyrt Tire Palo Wagon, by
JACKSON 4 PATfOX.
Laillea Quilted Silkt Skirt at FOW-
,ER 4 EWINO.
' Our efficient Aucwor, John F. Flonr-
noy, wa In the city oil Saturday. He
at he hat tlie work for thit aaaeiwnienl
nearly completed, and will commence
to mak out hit book right oft. The
acltig of comity Ilk Uay la no
" BlACK-DRAUOrlT" cure eotUvw
ies and Sick-Headache.
Fur aal bv Uarnar A Jaoob'.
at FOWLER 4 EW.
Cftlfiai arOgCnat ralltll.
If yon want to give your house a new
coat of pahtt, wo to Moaby 4 Son' and
get the Uutta Pcrcba. which I already
- BLACK-DRAUGHT " cure dy.pep-
aia, laHligeativB aud heartburn.
f ir lal at Uaroer A Jacl'.
Canned Gooda at WARINNER 4
CO.. Oyater, Salmon, Corn, Lima
Ik ana. Sardine, Currad Beef, Peaclte.
Plumb. Gooteberrlet, Piue Applet.
Cherric. Ratpberriet, tttrawberrlct.
Peara, Towatoet, Apple, 4c
The U recti clerk It still with ut.and
don't yen forget it. FOWLER 4 EW
Don't bny common Grocene, hut go
to WARINNER 4 CO, and get the
bett ol everything in their Hue.
The Crlebrnter! I sins-
Ion Flour Tor sale at
Uitrinnf r V '.
Good Tea at 19 centi per pound at
FA KRIS 4 SON.
The following tuma are now In mv
hand a ailing I he call ot Ihor who
are entitled to tlie ame I
Noah Wrat $ .AO Geo Cate fW
Mary Tlioiu.on ns A r Smith . M)
A L Mcleod M W Ralet AO
Tbeo Stewart oO R W Batea M
Julitit Pupp Henry llayt BO
Aiiffin-t fuuo e it nianuiey i tm
M Carmody 8M.KC Hngan M
John Ring M Edgar king t 00
Benl nuglatt ov nmuonne 1 no
LVCos 60 C. Hannah 80
M Zimner mu w.i-eten ew
B C Miilth S 00 J E Elllt 1 00
F M McCaud- w K fhivla 15
lea 50 Etull Thointt AO
Juo McCandiett M J W Burri i 03
laaac lAxk 1 J a me Tlptwt 4
Ja S Sinn MM aylnr 4 20
J L Tbotnaa so "I ilil Jnlinton &u
Win Boll 1 00 J C Manning 60
M it llcuumau DO
80 Oeo Morvan 90
1 20 Jacob Waien M
fiO J J Hannah 1 00
1 00 Bevly Porter 8 40
1 60 c Burnett I 40
2 70 Burnett Max I 00
2 70 J M Kahili 1 19
IMF H Ko 1 on
1 70 Frank I. Weaver h
60 W II Juhutou 1 00
E G Webb
A W Boon
Ann W iley
.luo V lilberty I 00 T S Smith 4
In Reed Ml Koni King ' 1 w
Horace KUIer I 00 W J Ballard 2
J I. Biylli 8 W BUI M.-tdntilt I 70
Murtli Davi 2 30 J no C Karri $60
Uhuc Campbell 60 It Md otkrie
Haniuel Georg 50 Virgil lUi
John Kiliuald 60 J l Fi-reman
8 Rulph 0 F 11 Allen
Andrew Blylh 50 Sam Borgett
John Goent 1 00 .lit A kern
.la Catrt 1 00 G It Jackaon
V lliirinnn 4 60 41 P W Bully
Wm Manly 2 Oi Juo SUrooia
Jnotirliura 60 Geo Brat
J It Wil lain 50 Win Hummer 7 63
Jo Zimmerman 60 Reuben Turner 63
RICH, NEW AND EiEE !
F.1LL .1.YD W1JVTEH STVLES
S. R. CRISPIN & CO.'S
AND . MOST FASfflONABLS
DRY G00DS,CL0TH1NG, FANCY GOODS
-COME AMD SEE THEM-
PIECE GOODS. The most Fashionable stock ever shown in thin eitr, both do.
meBtic and foreign importation. The best bargin ever offered you in thu line.
GentS Furaishixig Goods. The Greatest novelties ever seen in the line 61
cmirts, jrawers, Collars, Cuffs, suspenders, Neckties, etc., Elegant Assortment.
CJXOTHING. It " worth a visit to our store just look at our mammoth stork ot
ciotinng. we are confident that if you see them you will buy. Come I see! buy! .
BOOTS & SHOES -We can give you the neatest fit in this line in Richmond.
e can sell you boot and shoes so Cheap you will think wc itole them. Try us now. ,
HatS 6l Caps. We GIVE THEM AWAY. Very little money required to buy
a new, nice, nobby hat or cap at our store. Latest Fashions in this department.
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING OF US.-
S. R.' CRISPIN & CO....!!!St.:..
jt'tr atcririD AT
MISS LOU FORD'S
Jutt reeelved a full ttock ol tlie latett
ttylea of Halt. Bonnet, Klbboni, Flow
er. Plume, Trlnmilnjra, Hllkt, Velvet.
Satin. Ele., all of wlilrh were eaneel
ally nelected to tult tha ladle of Bleb,
fleratnrk ot Ladiet' Cloak Uoak.
ing Clntbt U very large and will be told
at prlrra tint defy competition.
She It Uo aiteut lor
and keep a full upply on nand.
8-An Early Call Solicited.
All pertont kuowlnir tliemtelvet In
debted to the Arm ol Wataon et Fowler,
will pleate oome forward and tettle, at
we want to eloae up our old buliiett.
Her wct fully.
7.40-4 WASI-ON FOWLER.
ftprlnf r?aa;oa For Hale.
A number one heavy Spring Waron,
tuitable for farm ute, for tale at a bar-
fain. Call at tbe l.lvrrv Stable of
te-tf WI11TMKR .V CO
a. T. LIMERICK,
Kinds cf Pine Lumber.
Yard on Thornton Avenus.
South f Sk.- II.Btf, IIICIIM05D. 10
We have in our Yard a full supply of well aeleeten
PINE LUMBER of ANY GRADE DESIRED. '
.(WIT 'V if-'
And every other article belonging to our line of business-
WE lavlle our old cuttomert, and new one lo give ua a eall Wo moaa
buatnetia Call every lima before making tour purdiaea Wa ar
hero Fortified during the IV All. WE get our Lumber direct from tb
I'iuerlea aud will tell it at pricca that cannot fail lo aell.ly ALL.
O. X. LIMERICK.
If vea wanlaSloa la, or a koaat ef Betl
r Halloa, or Vul, call at Ik
OpiKi.il lb tatt Ol, aadar th
Family Clrooary ftor ef Warrlaer A
Co., eaNonhaat Comer of falilia Square .
Ho koepai tktc Brat lat the
Uaine Mini AO l Hainmert W
Juot'onkat'U Ml W A llnll 05
Ja Moaa SO IMeafunt Wood 81)
S J Crowley Ml J F rrnl; 70
Kobt Wallanoe ou t lmn AUaill 73
Huliler Milaleail 80 W K HurneU 60
V A Ulaokwell M Dabrivl Brown I 00
R Ji-iiiiIiik Ml Tho Cum'V 60
W Tluiiupann 4 00 R F A.lmry 50
Oeo Mclean 8 M J O Holx r(.on 1 80
W II Nurlli 8 80 M C Mnith 8 00
J W Hult 60 U D llovker-l
Kli liil Harding 50 tuillli 1 1 40
L M Harvey 50 Eunice llockl
J N Thorn. 80 eranilth I 40
H F llrncllry 50 Rl.Ji d Wright 1 40
Wiu Ynakuni 4 0) I. ! Htnekton 8 HM
Win Nuvkola IWIOH Muunljoy I 00
Tern II Huldrr 4 80 II U Flint 8 40
Andn-w Hionl 7 On KIIm Hurdick 1 80
Mary Noble 4 40 II Id White 80
O I. Winlrvy 50 Frank Buidiik 50
Sanil C'lllrv S W II Carrnll 8 40
Frank Brink 1 (XI CP Wright I 80
W (J Tol lard I IS J C Crauit-r I 00
Juo Pollard 1 J l Cramer I 00
Juo Moore II 95 F J Urahain 1 0
M F Rainwater T 50 J M llloomrtold 1 00
O W McCulfl R C Craven I 00
Uon 8 85 J I Carter I 00
J M Carter 1 00 J A lirnrv I 00
W U TboiUMtn 1 00 Henry Keiifro I 00
WII.I.IAM A. DOLMAN.
( 4 acre of land la Teiat, title
JXJ fiaranteed, lor exchinjre
for land in Miatourl. or flrtt-clati flock
At low price.
McCUISTIOX. QUIRK CO
From my farm near Millvllle. about
the midille of July Ut. a tine bay man-
wlih aiit'kliiaT hurae colt. I tin mare ha
an euiarvnl ankle on one hind lev; alo
a flno, law yearlin; mare mule ol
ninute oolor. They are uppoetl to
have roue et. Any Information
yiven that will enable me In recover tlie
tnck. will be HtM-rallr palU ror.
Addrett, I.F.OSlbAS DUVAI
Mlllville, Kay Comity, Mo.
Nolle la Teaabera.
I will bold an extniinction In Rich,
nond, the 4tb Saturday In every mum h.
"etcher mint notak for examination
a', other Uwet. THOS. M. DEACV,
83-Iy. - County Ikilioo: Com.
A MAW OF A THOUSAND.
When ttaalli wa. kinrlr oxiiite4, all rm
die tutviiia failad, ami llr. ll. Jautca ara ax-
IMrimriitm with lit many harba at t'alrull
im cuiluulv lead a iirruanumu winch ry.
ra hi. only child ut 0MtWlt.r!S. Hia ohild
i now Id tlii. eounlrv. anU aiUovIo lh oaal
riialllt. II haa provaU to 111 worl.l that
Bauaepual oaa iioallivaiy anu pariuautnily
corMl. l'oa Dorlor aow av tkia rcoeipi
rrae. with full tiarlioiilBi-a. allowing Uial av.
err on MR be hla own (ihTBieian an4 projiare
nia owa minlirliK. only a.Kliig tnai aaca r.
nil twurao aiaiuia lo pay xpnaa. Thl.
hrb alan oilre iiialit-awaat. uaoaaa at th
lraa.k, and: Willi rank up arrr.h cold la M
aoora. Anuroaa bthwi a
lost Itav ol., fbiu., aaiaiuc Uiu paper.
ith, Unto Judjf W. D. Fortune
Oct. 3d 1N78, a (laugh li r, the 14th child
and 7th daiiKhter, all iiviiikr. Fiui.
1'ut.i JoM-uli Henry, Oct. 17tb 1878 a
on. II nouii'lcr.
Unto l'rof. J. R. Dunn, Oct. 17 1878,
a daughter. Alph. Father and
daughter doing well.
Nnt ire It hereby a-lven that the un
derignt'd AiliiiiuUtrator of the Katate
of rrederlck Urazil. deceased, will, on
MONDIT. NOVEMBER I0ti. 1879.
at the toiuli front ilonr of the Court
HouMe, in tbe oily of 'Richmond, Ray
county, MUMnirl, between the hour ol
nine a. m anu p. m., oi tnai unv,
wblltt tl circuit court, hnlden within
and lor tne tald county. It in .ion
rll at nublic auction the lollowinj Ue-
mtIIhmI real eaiate, tltuate III tald coun-
tv of Kav. to.w t:
1 tie oi ine n r. t 01 necrioa ,
Townhin5l. muire 2y. alo that put
the 9 K i of 8 t. I of talil teciion M,
wii.cn iim wwi ot tne mam cn niuei
Fiaiiiur River; alto ten tcivt off of the
N W 4 of the N of aaid action o,
aiinte nrlntT in all 70 ariv. mora or l"
alro the north end ot a part of tha K t
ofllieSF. I ol nld tevtlnn VU, lylnir
wet of V Ultiiisr River. Mine Iwlna
arret more or la, maklnjr In all 83
acre, all auhlect to dowvr and home'
ttran iiiiereai ol wmow.
Term. cah. ) In 8 mouth and
on 11 moutht time.
u4! tdt Atlmiuitiralor.
Wf art now ready to deliver Coal to
any part ol tlte City from Hit
Dlemond Coal 8haft,
lately occupied by Emtniiel Chew, one
fourth north of Court IIoum. Order
for auy amount promptly Ailed,
Leava tjrtjcr at Jiij' Meat 8 hop wlih
W. H. DAVIIISO.
PRICES NINK u-nlt per huahel lt-
Hvenxt, or r-KJII l eeutt at ttauk.
(87-tf) fl 8tl.NS k Iw.
D. WHITUt. .
o. w. L. tcnwKica
WHITMER & CO.,
Trie OLD lELIABM
Llrerji Feed Stable
Kaar Vhtw ltoue,
Art prepaied at any and all lime
to accontodal the public with
Will convey ptueugort to any point
dealred at a moment notice. Horatc
boarded by day, week or aioulb. oa
rtatoiutn a termt.
;tomr may rely) on proiaptnit
gooa utraoatta, aai nonet and mar
Farm and Spring Wagons,
THE BURGESS WAGON
is givjn up to be' the Lightest Draught and Best Fin
ished Wflgon in tho market, as nothing but the very
best Ohio and Indiana timber is usod in their construction.
of all kinds, both plain and fancy, prorap ly executed on
the most reasonable terms Try us.
Special Attention Given to Repairing or all Kinds.
C8l 4Mf $ee Ma nnd Viet "Bra ttoek Fritet."
Shop on Main Street East of Shaw llouse. .
mm i mm,
W hv nt onr Lumber Yard, on tha Corner of Thornton and
Norlb Main Street, large nnd
EXTRA FINE STOCK OF LUMBER,
Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash, Blind,
Antl everything iptieiUiniiiff to a first clas Lumber JYartl. Wo
slao keep tbe
LARGEST STOCK OF PAINTS I OILS IN CO.
We deal re the Citlsena of Richmond nnd Ray I
Comity tn call on it sml namiue onr atock and I
get eaalt privee. ritememlMr tbia.
"SSF HOOSIER GRAIN DRILL,!.'.I;",
Wa are Agents for tbe Durable and Celebrated
B A T TST W A n- O XT t
- ' -v-a .w
I which baa won the deserved reputation of Mug I
The Best Farm Wagon on Wheels.
I Tie material and workmanhlilp nn Una wagon
tSEPCAN NOT RK KQUALKD."85S