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RICHMOND
DEMOCRAT.
THOS. D. BOCIE, fabllsaer. BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONESTY WE 6UCCEED. 1KRUH-1.M War U Alvaira
VOL VII. niCIIMOND, RAY 'COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30, 1870. NO. 4 1.
BICIIHONP DEMOCRAT.
rUtUSHCD tVlY TMUSDA fllHHi
THOS D. BOGIE,
MDITOI .NO mnrIITOR.
OPriCK oib-Wst Comer nf ih. Paktle
kilm, I W(H4o. A Bra, RalMIng
Tbe Otilo ' Democrat have
tried to win . op liree-nbackfsm,
and Imvo lost. We hope the
wat timet lliey will Irv to win on
Jemocraoy. Volt DitpatcS.
,1. .i -. .... i ..
Quail are reported very scarce
tbiw year. Ho miM wer smoth
ered and starved to death during
Im( jrmr tint it will probably
b several years lirfora lliey
ngAin become plentiful.
A man in Baltimore Its holding
a baby at security fur a debt of
15, and a tbe child's mother is
dead, the prospects ate that lie
will continue to hold it until he.
U ready to elve $15 to have it
taken off hi hand.
"Never leave what you under
take until yon can reach yonr
anna around it and clench yonr
liauda on the other Fide," say a
lecently published book for
younn men. Very Rood advice ;
tint what if she screams f
A Cheater coonty (14.) woman
waa burned to death in her car
riage. Thm explain why our i
young men don't take tbe girl
.nut riding ofieuer. It isn't be
raue they haven't the miney to
pure; it in the dear giil.' lire
they are thinking of.
Geo. II. Pendleton elate the
truth of the matter in a recent
speech iu Ohio, when lie say t
' If good timet are coining we
own it not to Mr. rJhrrtuaii. uor
to tbe Republican policy, but to
the cancellation of greenback,
to the remoniiixalion of ailver,
to three yearn of abundant crop,
to year of short cropa abroad,
to the great influx of coin be.
us of our Urge export, and
to tliecesatiin of further con
traction. A poetess aitij. "I Ijve thee
every hour." That' ripln.
Girls who love a follow only four
or five bourn out oftbe twenty
f.iur, anil bestow their affections
upon several other chap duiing
tiie len.iinin hour of the day.
ure whaMhe Sew York custom
i!tlcer would call "fraud in
eiU." They should love biin
every hour, or not at all.
IVmsylvauU it said to lie tho
largest pro lucmjj State of clover
aei'd, yielding more than 20i),KMI
litisbe' annually. Ohio produces
102.0J I, New York 98,837, ami
Miine but a little over fi.ODJ
biuhela. Tha need lio.u iiorlll
eru M .line ha a high reputation
in market for needling html.
Much of- thri clover seed went
abroaJ i used for coloring pur
pose. 1
An exchange kuow whereof it
peak wlieu it says ; "Let it
not be forgotten that a newspa
per due more to develop I lie to-
source of a county and town
than anything i-lse. And let it
lie remembered that u news
paper i the poorest patronized
industry In the laud. Merchant
and business men owe their pros
perity, to a (.'fat extent, to tbe
influence of their town paper. It
I read by hundreds of people in
different part of the country,
who are induced to make your
town their trading point through
the luUuviice of the paper.
When a mail in the Kant waul
to come Went to look up a loca
tion, he end for it copy of the
paper- Kit. ia well patrouized
iy luiueaa men they at once
conclude that everything i live'
ly aud migrate foitli-wltu."
AUxaader Campbell.
The following are a few fact
of the history f Alexander
Campbell, the great reformer
Alexander Campbell waa born
in the country of Antrim, Ire
land. Bent. 12th, 17SS. Hi firm
sermon a preached iu a grove
on the farm of Maj. Templetou,
near Washington, rciiu., July
15th. 1810. at l Me age of 22.
debute with Walker, which wa
Li first pnblio discussion, took
i.lacs in 1A2U. Iu 1822 ho uIho
debated with McCalla. Diliiiijt
this year he. begau the imbliea
tion of the C'iiritiun llaptiat,
which ' waa voutiuued through
neveu volume, till 18.1i. Iu
1829 ha held a debate with Owen,
ou the 'Kvidence of Chrietian j
ily,' which ha ever aince been
couaidered a atandard work on
that Mubject. Immediately after
thecloMtt of the publication ol
the Chi'itiau !Upii he beuau
tlie Millennial liarbiuger. whiuh
wa continued through 31 vol
uuiea, fioiu - 130 to 1803. Hi
debate with I'linell waH held iu
1H37. In 1813 lie debuted with
ItlCe. Iu Hlldillllll III III nvinv
mid iuipol lillit debate, lie pub
liith.'d varioii work which to
day.alniOHt without mi exception,
fclaiidiulho fro:.t rank or their
i.ind of litetature. Him work
entire uuiiiiiiit to abcnt i olxty
vl inie. He died March 1,1300,
d 7.
THE OHIO tXECriOX. j
OfflcUl Vet of the October Elrctloa r
Htale Oltlcrr.
The rote cat In Ohio in Octo
ber for State o nicer wa official
ly counted to-day, with tbe fol
lowing reeulti .
Total vote far Governor, 0A8,
0G!. divided afloliow .
Koater, Republican, 330,201.
Kwing, Di mocmtlc, 319,182,
8tewart. ProhibiiionUt, 4,113.
Pratt, National, 9,120.
Foater'a majority over Kwing
ia 17,129.
Total vote tor Llentenant Gov
ernor, 608,502, divided a fol
low s
Ilickenlooper, Rep., 3-15,140.
Rice, Democrat, 319,402.
Sharp. Prohibit iouial, 4.334.
I'rcyor, National, 9,500.
Uickenloittier'a maioritr over
Kice, u.oifl.
Supreme Judge
Johnson, Republican, 310,009.
Gilmote, Democrat, 310.9:11.
Hardy, Prohibition, 4,32.
Jackaon, National, 11,331.
Auditor of State
Oglevea, Republican, 335,184.
Reemliu, Democrat, 317,412.
Fanning. Prohibition!!. 4,337.
Roy, National, 11,021.
Attorney General
Nat, Republican, 330,100.
Pillar, Democrat, 310,778.
FoMter, ProliibitioniHt. 4,309.
Grogno, National. 11,106.
Treaaurer of State
Torrey, Republican, 335.070.
Howell. Democrat, 317,184.
Itlair, I'rohibMionint, 4,340.
Jeukin, National, 11,222.
Member of Hoard of I'nblic
Aork
Fanning, Republican, 336.531
OWarrah, Democratic, 315,008
llortoii, rrohitiitioui', 4,343.
I'lalt, Fational. 11.103.
m i
Lexington Jntelligenrer : Two
Cherokee itiawa who came into
town from Ray county, Uat Mu
day, to- make wouie purcliae,
attracted a goou deal ol atten
tion. Tliey were young women.
Hot more than tenty live, and
one of them, ifahe had poasee
ed any of lite refining ualitiea
of civiliza ion, cleanliiieM being
among the Bret needed, would
not have been bad looking. A
they were they looked decidedly
repulnlve. Dreed in ditty, jlj.
ntlliig calico dreree, Willi no
covering for their head, and
tlieir long, Btraight, coarae black
hair uukept, they preeiiled the
very antilhettia of ideal woman
hood. Slill, a uncouth in np
pearance a t ee women were
their reflection upon the breed
injf ol American men and boys
could not have been very favor
able, a they were greeted on
their way, every once In a while,
with a "L'ith. Ugl. !'' They be
longed to a party which wa
making it way down th north
ide of the river to Glasgow.
The woodwork of the
W'nd.or mine, wet of Higgin
ville. wa consumed by lire Ihi
Tuewday evening. The works
were quite new, only having been
completed a few week. Re
building ia progressing rapidly,
the pit already being curbed iii
and iu t 'o week the mine will
again be in operation as if noth
ing bad happened.
Mr. Jacob Rruuer, an intelli
gent young fanner of Chariton
county, write to the Iirnmtrick
tr a follow: 'Thinking that a
few wold jupau the aubjeut of
farming may be of interest to t'je
reader of your paper, I will
(ate oue way in which I have
been able to make a email farm
pay. . One year ago I sowed five
acie of wheat, which, nolwith
Mantling the dry weather, yield
ed acvcufeeii hiudicU to the
acre elightly over an average
yield. Alter stacking the wheal
I plowed up four acrea of the
aauie g-ound, and sowed it in
millet, from which I cut about
Ave ton of a nice hay aa I ever
saw grown, After stacking the
millet I rebtokc the same land
aud sowed it in fall wheal, which
now look aa promising aa any
crop that I have seen. I send a
Mamide of tbe millet. It is of a
new variety, called by some
"German millet," and some call
it '-Egyptian wheal." lie the
uame ol it what it Jiay, It make
iplciidid feed (or cattle ifsowu
thick enough."
Railroad companies are inter
ested in the subject of ties.
The scarcity of timber for the
purpose hua raiaed a o, next ion a
to a siibntitute. Ciint-tion lie
cost three limes as much as
wood, but the difference i more
thuii made np in the length of
time they wear, huglinu com
panic have introduced glaws
I vs. or sleeper. By a new pro
ce the gla I toughened, and
the com! i about the same per
ton aa thoe ofcat iron, but
there about three times aa many
to the loti.
They have invented still an
oilier and more cruel punish
ineiil for convicts in the Auburn
veiiileiitiul v 1 they have employ
ed a' country bras band to play
Giudfather a Clock to them.
Tbe eoiiiitry now needs new
style Indian. Tlis present kind
will not tsujely submit to lieiii
rvbbed, jetl and murdcieJ.
It hj II Wa Uulng to Kaa.a.
r.rli Mercury.
For sometime past the Globe
Democrat trom whose robes the
coirupiionof the wbisksy ring
ba not yet ceased dripping
followed by a few small calibre
Itadical sheet of like ilk, has
been braying about the great
robber Slate, whose officer are
corrupt, whose administration i
rotten, wlioxe citizens are not
yet reconstructed, Vo. That
these lies, scattered broadcast
over the country, have injured
Missouri in the opinion of soroe
inimigranls, we doubt not, but
that the bulk of them pre iu
lliienerd by such sluff, we do not
believe. A Merc jf man inter
viewed the head of one of the
numerous caravan that tile
through thin place, the other day,
when the following colloquy eu
Hiied :
Reporter Good evening, sir.
Which way are yon traveling t
Mover Itou.id (or Kansa.
R. Why nut locate in Mis
on 1 1, - where good, improved
lamia can be purchased at about
what raw laud will cost you in
Kansas t
M. Oh, you see, I left Indiana
lor Kansas, and to -KaiiKas 1 inn
going. I have received many
papers and circular setting forth
l lie wonderful richness of Kansas
mil, and I think I can make a
living there and not half try. I
up pose in an enrly day, when
i he people of yonr border status
taw movers passing through
hem to settle iu Missouri they
raised tbe same cry you Mis
soiiriaus do to-day.
R. Then you are not pausing
over our Staie because the James
boys occasionally rob au express
car.
M. No, sir.
K. Nor becanso they .
Gates robbed the treasury f
M. No, sir.
R. Nor because Dixon
ay
waa
billed in Mississippi t
M. No, sir.
R. Nor because Henry Clay
Dean resigned his positiou ou
ihe Immigration Uoaul f
M. Now, look here, my friend.
I never knew Galen, had no an
iptaintance witli Dixon and don't
are a continental dam about
Henry Clay Dean, but am going
to Kansaa just because I am. ,
Aud he drove off' toward the
eUiug auu. -,.,. -
Wisconsin steps to the front
mil takes a large slug of the
diiue out of Mississippi iu Ihe
oiiticul murder line. Judge
'i.iydeii was killed at Grand
Rapid. Wis., week before last,
lv one Cochran, a banker, i'lie
"Wood county ring," a Republi
can organization, was al the hoi
.oin of Ihe tragedy, and dogged
I'ochrati into the commission oi
the crime. There had been in-
iiuuiious last winter that Hay.
en was loo familiar withCocli
ran's wife. Rut Uaydeii, Mrs.
II lydeii and Airs. Uoclir.ni denied
the charge, and it was not belie
ved o'llsidb ot the ''ring'' iu
i.ieiice, ii. r did Cochran think ol
Hooting Ha.vden uniil long after
i he charge Uit came to his
knowledge, uor until the two
"ring" newspapers repeatedly
upbraided him for liot shooiing
mm. He Anally commuted the
crime by shooting Judge Haydcii
in the back with a charge ol
buck shot. Cochran was a pio
niiieut member of the corrupt
Wood county ting, and Jitlge
avden was an able and fearless
Democrat. Call out the t loops.
When did Ohio ever go Demo
tiatio iu a Na.ional contest und
upon national isuea T ever
Then were is there any voom for
so much crowing over Ihe result
in Ohio te can't see it. Ohio
will not and never did cut any
figure in electing a Democratic
President. Tbe Democrat can
elect their candidate in 1880
without Ohio. They did it iu
1870, and can do it again. Should
f ildeu be the nominee he c.au
carry New York, Indiana, Con
uecticnt, and New Jersey, Just
aa he did in 1870. If R binsou
he elected Governor of New
York next mouth, then Tiideu
will be nominated aad elected
Presideut, Mark the prediction
Ex.
For the benetlt of those who
are not acquainted with the law
for mutilating or defacing the
gold and silver coins of the U.
d., we produce section 5.450 ol
the revised statutes : "Every
person who fraudulently, by any
act, way or menus, debtees,
millilatea, Impairs, diminishes,
falsities, scales, or lightens the
gold or silver coins, which have
been or which may hereafter be
coined at the mints of the United
Slates, or any foreign gold or
silver coins which are by the
law mada current or are in actual
use and circulation as money
within tho United Stales, shall
be imprisoned not more thau'two
years, and fined not more than
two thousand dollars."
Tbls Is tbe luntiunge usei by a
Keimblii'sn rxebane Insiieitkinjr
of the. ex-CoiifeilerBlPs i " Vnu
of the South ought to be down
on yuut eowsrdly uiariowboues,
I tliankhiK j our stars tlist you
wein ul lowed to fsenpe Willi your
neuks unstreti'livtl aud your lying
tUroats uutut."
3LLEUT POETRY.
1.0KE5A.
The yer creep ilnwly by, I.nrena,
The .now l en the grim tfn.
The nun low down Hie ky, l.nmiil,
Ihe Inxt plem4 where ihe flower
have been;
But Ih heart tlimb on an wamly now,
A when the miuiiixt ly were nlgb,
Tile un can n-vrr dip to low
Ailown flVedai,( clmnlloo ky.
A hundred niontln have pted, Ixirena.
Shins ltt I held thai haiel hi mine,
A "ft fell tliy pnlite best laat. Loreua, i
Though niin bral faater rWr than
Ihhie,
A henrln-d mnnlh, 'twas flowery Mv,
When the hilly tnp we clluihril
To n-sleh Ihe dylnxr of the day,
And hear the dutant church twll
chime,
V loved each other then, Lnren,
More It an we rver dared to tell.
And what we mljrlit hare Is-en. Iireni.
Had but our hiring prospered well;
Bur now, 'lla pant. Ihe year re gone,
I'll not call up their nhwlowj loriio;
Ml .ay to them. "lot year. .Iwp on,
Hleep on nor heed III', pelting nturiua.
The Hory ol that past, Lnrena.
Ala t (care not to repeat.
The hope Hint eould not live, Lorena,
They lived, but only llvi-d In cheat,
1 would mil caune e'en one regret
To rankle In thy hotnm now.
"For II we Iry, we limy forget,"
Were word of thine long yesr ago.
Ye. thee were word of thine, Lorena,
They hum within my memory yet.
They touch soma tender cord, I.oraua,
That thrill uiid tremble with regret.
'T not the woinmi' heart that iik
Thy heart wai lwav true to me,
A duly Kb-rii and preulng bn.ke
The tie that linked my 'soul to thee.
It matter. IliUe now, Lon na,
The piMt l In the eternal pant.
Our huuiU will .ooii he low, Lorena,
Ltle' tide I. ebbing "lit o laat.
But there' fill ure, O, thank Uod t
Ol life till, i o duihII piirt.
Tin dutt to duxt beneath the iod,
But there, '-up there," 'tl heart to
heart.
UAt K HONE.
When you ee fellow-mortal
Wilhout lixed and learlesn view.,
Itanglnjr on Ih .kirt ol other. :
Walking in Iheu cast nil .hoe.,
Bowing low to wealth and lavor,
W llh nhjret. nd covered head.
ady tu4WTn.i. a wM-4 . ,
Willing to Is drove or led ;
Walk yourrtrlvc wiih tinner bearlnir ;
1 hrow your moral hou!der baek ;
Show your aplue haa ueive mid marrow
Jim Hi llinijra which hi. mutt lacx.
A stronger wont
Win never hennl
Than till-, backbone.
When you see theologian
Hugging clote mmiiu uictv creed.
Fearing to 1-Ject or qnertiou,
Mojgm which 1 1 orient my read :
Molding buck all noble feeling;
Choking down eneli manly view ;
Cai lug more tor tonus aud symbol
ilun to know the Oood and True ;
Wiiik yoursell with tinner bearing ;
I lirow your iiioiid lioul.lura baek :
Show ) our spine I'ua m-reiid marrow;
Jut ihe thing which hi. imiu hick
A stronp r word
Wiu never hraid
Than this, baek bone.
When )ou xe a piillili-lmi
Crawling lurougli contracted holes.
Ueyging tor aome 11 posilion,
In Ihe ring or at the pulb ;
With no sterling uiaiihood hi bbu ;
nothing ataple broad or sound ;
telitule ol pluck or ballatt (
Doiihhmded all wr.aiiid ;
Walk yourm-lf with tinner Isnrliif ;
Tl.rnw y or uoial lioiililcr back ;
Show your pine ha nervaud nmrmw;
Just the thing which hi. niu.l Isik.
A ttnuigi r word
" Wa never heard
In sense and tone
Than this, baekbons.
A modest roug and plainly told
'1 he next I worth mine ol gold ;
ror any men moat sadly lack
A noble itiQueas In the back.
ADDKEtS TO A CAT.
Sweet warhler. when the radiant moon
light 111.
In mellow spleudor ou tha haunted
hrtl.
Oft have t lltened In thy plaintive wauls
And cursed thee trom luy deep-deserted
Is-d.
How have I went to bear thy long-
orawu aiioot,
''Maria, oh-h t M-s-r-l-a, ooineo-n-i
Why dnt limit rajre, vain cat, when ta
ble uixht
Willi "dewy tre.line. (III. tbe silent
liT"
Why dosi then climb the roof to yell
nd llyhl
Anil rip ami .pit and snort nd claw
and swear 1
Do.t thou not hliuh, awoet cat, when
rosy uawu
8ee. hall thy lur clawed out and on
eye gnuu F
A dispatch from New York
say Ihe new Wabash, Si. Louis
and Pacific Railway company ia
to go into operation under the
terms of the consolidation of Ihe
Wabash and Kansas - City and
Northern roada ou November 7
At that time tho transfer book
ol the old companies will be
closed and the directors of the
new company win lie chosen
, extietMeil tbut the direcloiv
' ill be euuiiOBel of lite leading
tlireelots o! tlie oilier ttoiiipuny
'and that Jv Guubl will lie one
I of Ibu meinuei. I lie iirtigrsitiine
I to elect lrus vv . p leni presineni
j ami B. W. Lewis, J r., vice presi
tlet, Uss Dot btcn cliaojrd.
W. W. MOSBY & SON,
Richmond, MtMourl.
IlkALF.H II
5) It 5 G S
REtltCINES t CHEMICIIS.
I'alnt, OIU, Vrnliir, live blufl,
f'iu 8op, Dru.hei, Sponge,
PerrumerT, r"iirv ad
Toilet Ankle.. Ac.
OOKS AND STATIONERY.
WA1& W AFBR
WIS BOW SIX ABE 3
tIC. HSC. STO.
Cualorn.r will find nur 8lot-kein-ple.te,
coinprlnlng many artiele It U
ImpoMll le here to enuuicrnU, aud
all (old st moderate nrlee.
f HTSXltHS PRESCRIPTIORS
Csrefutly Compounded stall hour
ISCEtUNEOIS CARDS.
Shaw House,
RICHMOND, MO.
GEO. I. WASSOfl, PROPRIEIOR.
I. runted convenient tn all brnnrtir. n
biidness souili east of court house.
K'Hiin. large and airy and well-fnnil.h-ed.
Best attention jriveu tn IravHInf:
publie. Qoo'l -iitiiiile room lor I'oin
inpreial men. Tallies supplied with Ihe
best the miit k-t atl'orda. tlaek to and
Iroiu train. Charire Moderate.
GEO N. McGKE,
NOTARY PUIiLIC.
UL ESTATE GHT t CONVEY 1 1ICEII,
ICHMO.IO. MO.,
la. waspl.1. Ab.lract ot Till, to all Land.
- tn Ray county.
SHAVISG ANO HAIR-DRESSING I
GUS. Nl ElEItMEYEK'S
TO'JSORIAL PALACE,
' Oppoiite tbe Court Eonu,
RlCIIMOND. MO.
If fo want sxn HkaT. or rur RairCirt.
ran .l.aal Shampoo, OIVK (IUS. A CALL.
AMOS IllIDillNS.
TONSORIAL ARTIST,
1st Door East llnrtie(VaBiik,
RICH MON O, MO.
iryoa wtak. riiiHT-i:i.A bhavk. jronr
it m cur, or siiAuroo, is. a. a
oil.
MODERN TIMES.
POWLEE & EWINCt'
FALL & WINTER GOODS LOWER THAN EVER
I'leane Head What We
--.DRY GOODS.:--
In this line wo certainly bv a Better Selected and Greater Variety thin J house In this part of Ih eountrr,
CONsm iKO OF
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
and in fact everything that mines
l -isr i o i t i x l o isr
U would be bnpn.abl for ns tn enumerate the artleles In this line, but ret
y below ii)'thiiia; you can Imagine. Don't fall to soo us. W will
MENS', BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING.
Don't be astonished If we offer you better Btirjruln for Cash 'his Full th in you hitre erer been hle to obtain ho
line. Tile Sloek we re oflerinir is wny abovu the avr(re and ihe irii-e Jiuil riiht. (ilveusainll Affain, hy
v nl rt-nilnder, penult us to aay llial we don't allow snv house in Ihe eomily to nnili r-ell us. vVe lo,e tair,
lioiinrable coiupetiliou, ud aru siway ready to meet It half way, aud, If possible, do s little belter.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Kuch as Ties, Collars. CulT. filspsnders, thir 1 ' swers Hose. Gloret. ni! thonud olher thine w en't
nieiitiou your will And iu our New Kail Stock at pro i hut can't beat. Call and eonriucv jonrself of this ioi,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
You ran't (Tord tn nreilook our stork of Boot and Hhoes this Tail. The prlees are ton Inn-, unit tbe goods se.
cond lo nous iu tlie country. "The best Is Chepei", therefore tio not be deceived by Chenp, HiitMldy fnott.
Hat and Cap Department.
An entile variety, Suitable fur Mon, Youth and B ys, at prices lower than you have beard nf for yr.ira.
EVERYBODY INVITED
FOWLER & EWING,
RICES' GROCERY STORE.
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W, D. RICE & SONS'
CPIEAP
GROCERY, QUEENSWAM
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HARDWARE STORE,
For Eest Goods in the City
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OF
RICIIMOND,
South Side Pablio Square.
Carry thNews!
33. IP- KEEL, The Chenp Grocer
OF RICHMOND.
Announee to hla Many Friends that he haa Just Opened a
STOCK OF GROCERIES
-WOODENWARE, Etc,-
And propose ilurliij the yer ol t87. to dell lower thin ever. In lel hs does
not propose In be excelled in Low Price In litis market. All kluil ol
Country Produce taken In Rxelmuira for Oofxls. Trjr hiui.
You can Hud hi in tint loor West ul Methodist Church.
150
DOZEN CHICKENS wanted at once. Ho will
buy all yonr BUTTER ANO ECCS
KAY COUNTY
I SAVINGS BML
Richmond, Missouri.
A. W. DONIPHAN, rrealdent
IT. C. GARSKR, Cashier.
DisseTOs:.-.A. W. tonluh.R, It. C. flar-
ivr. Itm. 1. Brasli.r, C T. Uarn.r, H. P.
ictlls, P. T. Rmt:h, K. II. Finch, J. D. O.nl.
K. 4. Williams, A. K. Rsrbarn, J W. Shot
?!, T. H. Wootanl, T. I). Woutaia. .
Ooav-l baittln bnslnssa transacted.
I S-t'illrctions mad. promptly aud at nm
m.lil. rales.
OF-
PRICES OFJ
Have To any About The
Calicoes, Shirtings, Cloths,
under III head ol Dry Goods will be lound t our More at price very low.
Oue door west of
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MISSOUKI.
. a. ai-usss. svanss
rssrr Beasts.
J. S. HUGHES & CO.,
EXCIIANGB
AID-
BANKING
RICHMOND, MO.
Bny an4 wit KIinr, 1Trmnit, Nfat
nrt Cnuntj Ititmlv, Cnl)liit m'l
hi
Different Department ,
Cassimeres, Flannels, Etc.,
b.
aasurrd we hare them all al price
make your vl.it pay you wull.
TO CALL-
lis
HnTbe' f'o..
KIt'UMOM, MHSOrRI.
sTTOftatYS
JAflFS W.OARXtiR,
ATTORNEY AT LAWr
RICHMOKD, MO. '
0
PPIl'B In th. S.MI ml of SIom SmIMIo
I I'wact U.MM nl.
;-avwo
F ARRIS & (MOW,
A.TTJRNEYS7T LAW"
RICHMOND. MO.
ttrit.L (muilo lath .laairlal Ovm.f as.
V Sinti i tiTuil, mri .lltiH tv.ll larsl Sn-
tMM enlra.IrS lo tSvtr wi. l.ollrMWM
r.irtftl; niail..
-KU'n .to. tit aa.rs, nti ti...r s
taawc-SAT On ics i; u-to.1
seas.. t.i.rssn,n
UUGHES &IIUGIli:,S,
LAWYERS
RICHMOND, IO
Will nrsolir. in all th. Court, of Ih. rtflSi
itlki.l drawn. Prt.rattt ..id afficlaiil artMi
loa alr.n lo all hn.ln... lnlrH.i.4 ! lli.m.
Uirll K l,lalra,Jut.aal mt llalioaa
O's Ssak.
JOHN H. DUNK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RICHMOND, MO.
OrriRB-Wilk fa.rls AOi.umw, oaal wmt
.rstosj. BailSla. I roarl no. y.rs.
T. N. LlVtl.Ot K,
ATTORNEY-AT -LAYtf,
Rlt nMONll, MO.
Srill ararlla. lo all thm I umrtt mt a..
Prompt Nit.nlioa l... lo (.oitrctl'tns
U S Hank, wflh llulw. 4 Huth...
E. F. ESTEB,
Attorney - at - Law
ltlCllllOXl), UlSMOt'r.1. .
Will atl.nU wllhllllora.a4 nti,i,iuu
o all hu.lti.sa Inlni.tMilo hia rai..
OKflt:s-.-l Hiaira la ra.r huihlla, nnnSi
I Hliaw tluusa.
. FKAXK O. GIBSON,
Attorney - at - Law,
RICHMOND. MO.
Will .ll.a Si all knslnas. hunattd lo kl.
.ith car. ... sroniptnaaa.
OrriraEasl Mid of slono bulMiua ia Iks
Jowrl lious. yard.
D. P. WU1TMER,
Attorney - at - Law.
KICHMUND, MISSOUKI.
Will pravll.. In llif cnami.a of oirr Mia-
warl. CollMliiig.tiil ulli.r Lu.li.c.aeond.led
u hint will tln oruuiul nllaulloa.
urriCKtm Collri. trs.l, rsl corao
soalh of SaTluss (Isuk.
C. T. QARNER & BON.
LAW & COLLECTION"
RICMMOXD, MISSOURI,
irrtrs ay stair osor Hnbholl A Co' r
i, w. aaoTw.u.. j. a. mu.
8UOTWELL & HALL.
Attorneys - at - Law
RICHMOND, MO.
Will prasilo. in all In Courts of 1'pp.r
Mlsaoan.
OTf IC Sto tfc. smI room of Ik. Mas
oalldla Is Court IImuw jsrd.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr, M. C. J lfOBS.
Treats all awnnar of Cliront IiImsms, In.
slu llui.a.ononaof Hi. Throat, Kom, tar
Kym. .to.
UrriCC al Jacob.' Book aad Oca ssro
aa and alski.
W.V.HOSBf.li.S.
o. a. aoaar, a. .
MOSBY & SON,
PHYSICilHSr SURGEONS.
RICHMOND. MISSOURI.
Will ttraoi tlwlr .mir. siioalloa la tho
praatlr. of iholr protaasio la li. tarwat
braocbM.
SnM.nl sttnitioa will b pis. M Ohren
le Olaeasaa ofalthar aav lnsfeeaMtu.
solltil.il.
Oa.K.W MMnT,(inoaanlnrparin.r)arhk
an em.rl.neo nf th. ihlnl r n ourr ia
prartlr. ol m.illi'lii., will maka DISSSSSS
of Woman and Children ap
olalty.
Vill lr.4l.ftmh. moat apsm'M praclu
ht luhalalloa and lii.iiffl.iluiil ALL At
PKI.TIO.N IIP 1IIK MKII'IHVTOMV ON.
UAK. t-OIass f tho Yt.
EAR ami MOSS M .vr.iv. i's,Ul.
ol'IRNTIOS.
W.aro iirrpamt lo .. Isotriolty 1 lb
lrwtin.nlof.il dlMOiMtn ajhicli II u aell
cabls.
lueriliHlxnaMlh.aortlMaof bulb will lio
(iu wilful tr. oli.r.. Vllstt.
TIUX bl'AH.lNTCtli. rM rnuutk!..
rtnti-o and futa.nit.tin room .... t' im
Bloc, ol Maabr A Soa. .l-4;-uf
, it. n. Jc
" aw
lt(CIIMt)NI),
Missoum.
'KlCl.'-'Klri4uwr itortt. t( ilubbvll A C
Htura.
IU.ANKS.?i"S pTE!
iiMii Vrra,n. 'UU bond. Warnmy
tit,
O A 1 " . net i. .0 u7lT7l''. ph 1. 1
O ami IJuuV Hl 4, '

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