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Thursday Evening, Oct. 30, 79.
Upton It. Wiimur, uf Lfit.vtie
county, wma slricM-H with rn
nt liul week lul Is now l.uiuv
inp. Thecsiltol Imililiiip at JrffVr
Mm City m tiring rt'siretl. Tliia
i. motley tlirvwii away as SeiU
lia will have the capitol insi.le of
Iitely ai rested a big lot of conn
l-Mfcitera completely hirudins
up a gang. They operated In
coiinteifeit silver money.
The Ml louis J'n$t DLyntch is
living to get np a looin for Dar
anl, ol IK-laware, for the Demo
cratic nomination for the I'resi
denry. No, he won't do. He
might want to demonetize silver.
The deleat of the Democrats
in Ohio this year will prove a
tilt-wing in disguise. It will
cmuhs the leaders ot the party to
slop and think, and they will
move with more care in the fu
ture. Married, in Lafayette county,
last week, James Clniiii to Miss
Osie Lockbart; Lewis Kidd to
Miss Mary Maddox i Oliver C.
Nail to Miss Emma Krentt
John Burnside to Miss Allie
At tbe Missouri Baptist Asso
ciation, bwld at Kansas City, last
week, toe troubles with tbe Sec
oud Baptist Church, of St. Louis,
were settled aau barmonjr once
Governor Phelps has been liv
ing too bigh and drinking tuo
much fine liquor. It is begin
ning to tell on bim. Tbe old
man will have to rive more teui
perate or tbe gout will get a firm
bold on bim.
Tbe Macon Reaitter sava a
swindler by tbe name of Fowler I
bas been through Macon connly
swindling the grangers nnder the
pretense of being kick aud "dy
ing light". II. ia a swiudler.
A drnoken negro fatally shot
a policeman at Atchison, Kan
as, on Sunday last and was in
turn shot aud killed by the po
lii-t-mao. The uegro died iu 20
minutes ; tbe policeman in a few
hours. This occuri ed in Kan-
Martin Coyne tbe mate of the
Joe Kinney, who shot a negro
deck baud opposite Camden, lattt
Summer, was discharged at Lex
ington, last week, for the reasou
that tbe witnesses for the prose
cution failed to appear before
the grand jury,
Tbe frauds practiced by tbe
Life Iusnisuce Comanies f St.
Louis, ou ths ieople, are beiug
investigated aud they show an
astonishing amount of rottenness.
It i about time for euplo to
quit payiug money to Life Insur
' Dr. G. W. Cole, a deputy IT. S.
Marshal from Sew Mexico, says
the James boys bad nothing to
do with tbe Glendale train rob
bery. The Sedalia Democrrt
says the robbing was done by a
band ot thieves from Kausas,
which is more than likely tbe
true statemeut of tbe case. j
Tbe county court of Macon
county has submitted a proposi
tion to the people to eomptomise
tbe railroad bonds ittsued to the
M. & M. Railroad, which is ao
imaginary road, never having
been built, at 2oc on tbe dollar.
The body of George Burr, the
missiug balloonist, was found ou
the shores of Lake Michigan last
week, lie went up from St.
Louis with 1'rof. Wise on tbe
24th of September in tbe balloon
Pathfinder". Prof. Wise bas
Dot yet been beard from.
Dou't be too sanguine about
Governor Kobireoo carrying
'ew York, next Tuesday, for the
odds are against him. NewVoi k
is a Democratic state but the fool
ishness of John Kelly may lose
it to the Democracy this year.
'ext year it will come op all
right for tbe Democratic nomi
nee. Stephen J. Moore, fonnd guilty
r murder in the first degree at a
recent term of the Audrain coun
ty Circuit Court, for the killing
or Albert Gentry, his brotber-iu-law,
baa been granted a new tri
al. It is just such delays in pun
ishing criminals that sometimes
causes meu to take the law iu
A man named James McGuire
was arrested iu Lexiugiou re
cently for beating Father Lilly,
a Catholic Priest out of H3 by' a
aa iudliug process. lie called ou
me I'riesi auu preseuiea ulra a
c-iieck fur j, claiming it as a do
iMtion. Later in the day be tall
! acaiu on ths Piicst and bor
rowed 43. The check waa bo
jiii aud I lie thief will. have to au-
nsr lor bis amusement.
The balance o' trade in our fa
vor, with foreign countries now
amounts to about two bundled
anii uny minion ot dollars a
year, tul is we sell to oilier
feuuuiiics that much moie thiiii
ue buy from tla-uj. in ioui
yeais luis a ill amount to a bil
lion of dollars, aud In 8 yvais to
iu billions, which is as much
ns our iMtioiul debt. The fart
is ibis country is ou tbe loud to
prosperity and there U uow no
excuse for begging liauipt,
W hen one eom.es along begging
fur something to eut kick blui
iuto tbe road.
On th nl rings of till l"ne!
will t ftniml the vole at lit
recrulOhii. election. It will l
seen tlmt onr Greenbnck fiirtuls
mini? no show touinoiint to any
tiling (or out of total vote of
over (mO.OOii they pot less than
10,000. As we stateil a lew
week since, returning prosperi
ty tines awy wiih the excuse
for the otgiinization of tlmt par-
It and it will grstliiiilly sink out
of existence. The strangle next
year will be battle between ci
ants In which the pigmies will bo
out of sight.
The contest will b between the
Republican par'y, fighting to re
lain the spoils, wnd the Demo
cratic parly, lighting for princl
pies, for the perpetuation of onr
government and the freedom of
onr people from the threats of
centralised or stronger govern
ment as our Republican friends
Ice formed on pools of water
at Memphis, Tnntaee, on Fit
nay night last anil trost was to
be seen everywhere. This was
tbe most joyful sight that bad
been witnessed iu Memphis for
many mouths, for it waa conclu
sive evidence that the plague of
yellow fever that had thrown ita
pall over her, would depart and
refugees conld onee more return
to tbeir homes. It is hoped that
the city will be so thoroughly
cleaned up by next year aa to
prevent a recurrence of this
The women and children cap.
tored by tbe Ute Indians, at the
time of the murder of Indian
Agent Meeker, on Milk River, in
southern Colorado, have been de
livered np by the Indians. They
are Mrs. Meeker, Miss Meeker,
Mrs. Prill, and her two children.
Tbey suffered neither iusnlt nor
injnry while in the bauds of the
Indians. The Ute Indians claim
new to want peace. In the fight
at tbe time Major Tbornburg was
killed 22 ludians were killed aud
several wounded, which was a
greater loss than Thoruburg's
Mr. J. II. Cnndifr, recently of
St. Joseph, bas bought a con
trolling iutercst iu tbe St. Louis
Timet aud taken charge of the
paper. lie drops tbe hyphenated
uanie of Timet-Journal, and will
run tbe p'.per in tbe future as a
straight Democratic jonrnal.
We are glad to note this valua
ble accession to the Democracv
of tbe State, for we feel sure that
nnder tbe management of .Mr.
Cundiff the Time will take high
rank among the great dailies of j
James E. Carter, one of the
State priuters and the editor of
the reop!e'$ Tribune, of Jefferson
City, died at his home at that
place oo Thursday night last.
His death was sudden, being
caused by disease of tbe heart.
Mr. Carter was a kind, noble-
hearted gentleman who Lad the
confidence and esteem of a large
circle of friends all over tbe
Slate. His death will doubless
delay tbe issuing of tbe revised
statutes a few weeks.
non. Henry Larimore, of Cal-1
. ,. . . ' .
laway county, died at bis home
near Fulton, on Friday last. He
was well kuown over the 8tate
as the owner and breeder of fine
cattle. As a member of tlio last
Legislature be also gained con
siderable notoriety by bis advoc
acy of a reduction of Hie salaries
of all officers from the Governor
Mr. Adolph Steinacker, of St.
Joseph, has beeu appointed bv
the Governor a Commissioner of
Immigration iu tbe place ofllen
ry Clay Dean, resigned. We
know nothing of tbe qttitlifica
lions of Stteuacker for the k
sition. Henry Ward Beecher bas en
tered tbe political arena aud is
likely to develop into somcthiug
of a "boHs" among bis henchmen.
It in needless to say that be is a
Republican, His kind are all of
.Uver ova niilliou dollars of
gold was received in New . York
from Europe lust week, and dis
patches say that between gevsu
and eight millions more are on
tbe roud. If times don't get
prosperona in this couutry it will
uol be for the want of gold.
A statement is made that tbe
gold mines in Georgia produce
over a iuiiiiuu oi uo urs worm or .... i. ,,i i... ,t, : '
, . "MoiUeieU by tlie Lulled Hlittesi
pun. aiuu nnuuuiit, huu
nut iuf vjeor;iu ))Sieis lunik
tlist Stale will llnslly exceed
Colorado as a fold producing
. - .a a. i
AiraiiKeuieuls ute lieiiiK inmlu 1
to complete wlmt is
Known uh '
tlie Ht. Louis & Han Fi
Un , 1 1 . n 1 1 ,iu t ,
. l(. to tue 1 aulOu IJeeaii. it is
coiu.leted from St. Loui. to
Viuita iu ilie Iudisu Territory.
Tlia eoiiinlelioii nl ti.i. w.,,i
ilie COIIIpieilOU 01 tlllS rOoSU
WOlll. I l of ..rent -ul,. a . ifi-
WOUI'I IMS 01 trtttl Value to MIS-
Th Hhr-rlff of Lnfiiyf tte conn
; J "corted four ptinonf m to the
! ,f n,,,orT ' J'ff'i City,
Hst week, senteneil as follows :
i.ysanuer Jnimson. years loring something that occurred In
stealing a mule from Iter. Lamar, the grand Jury room. On hear
lledsworfli. ling of the indictment he prompt-
August C. Hawkins, 6 years
or loigery on j unit-rein indict
James Smith, grand larceny, 3,
L.Johnson, colored. 5 years
for buiglury and larceny.
Mr. D. II. Kellogg, of Keytes
ville, bad a tolmcco barn to burn
down last week. It contained
30 or 40 bushels of castor beans
and s bout $7o worth of tobacco
belonging to Giles Rice. Mr.
Kollogg's loss is Hlwut 700. Ho
Jndge J. B. Hyde, of Dalton,
Mo., got a tobacco bai o burned
at that place, last week with
a small dwelling by its side.
Loss about t.Vir. Insurance
!2,5O0. SupH)sed to be Incen
diary work, , -
We hear of the suspension of
tne public schools at Krookneld,
on account of scarlet fever rag
ing as an epidemic. The public
school at Slater, Saline county,
has also been suspeuded, for the
A man named Bowlby was In
dicted 10 times by the recent
grand j-try of Clinton connly and
3 times by a former graud-jury
for selling liquors contrary t
law, bnt somu how or other he
arranged to get rid of the whole
batch by pleading guilty to oue,
Foster's majority over tbe op
position In Ohio is 8,855 out of a
vote of 707,000. Republicans
haven l got much to blow about
In tbnt nice.
An engine on the Chicago,
Kock Island & Pacific R. R. run
off the track on Sunday morning
nisi, near lie KalK, killing three
men : W. M. Holmes, superin
tendent of bridge construction,
D. A. Adams, telegraph operator
nnu J. u. Mull a hrakeman.
There are uow over eleven
hnudred cases on the snpieme
court docket and it will take
some years to dispoee of them.
Cairpbcll and Nye are meetinc
with great success in the temper
mice work at St. Josepb,
The Lexington Bmlintl snvs
the farmers in Lafavette couotv
arts reporting weevil iu the com.
The Lexingtou Sentinel is down
on the narrow Bunco railroad
that runs from that place to Kan
sas City, and tells many naughty
tilings about it.
Elections will be held on Tues
day, Nov. 4lb, iu Maryland, Mas
suclitiHetts, Minnesota, Mu.sii.sip
. i . - . . ....
pi, .ew jetsey, ew iork, ir
giuu, Pennsylvania, aud Wis-
coiistu. Elections for local o di
cers only, will be held ou tbe
same day in Illinois, Kansas and
bcverul other Slates,
Tbe balance of trade for tbe
last three years bas been s
much iu our lavor something
over 7tX.0tX,000-that a large
importation of gold bas aud is
taUing place. As an instance,
on the 22ud itiat., the ship We
land from Europe brought fl,
413,000 French gold making 4.
511,000 since the rununiption or
specie payments, and ueaily
iiiue-lenlbs ol the whole amount
since August 1. Some are or the
opinion that shipments or gold
rrom Europe will rail off very
rapidly, while others believe,
from the amount or the very
large crops of wheat, corn, cot
ton. etc., that will continue to be
,,i,,.'e Aha' ,wi" co,".i!lue
the influx ol coin for a consider-
ahlu time to come. - This with
the vast amount gold aud silver
being taken from the miues of
this country, estimated at from
73,000,000 to 100.000,000, will
before long enhance the value ol
property all over the country to
as high a value, if not higher,
than it has at any time beieto
fore attained, and it is'already
baving that effect. As au ex
port that may atUiu to very
large proportions in time, we
note that the chief of tbe bureau
of statistics reports the value of
exports of live animals of all
kinds from the L'ni ted .States in
creased ftom t5.341.(i53 dining
the year ending June 30 187rt, to
11,47,750 during the year end
ing June 30, 1870.
The Issue and Its Urtnlug.
A Republican paper rejoices
over the Ohm election iu this
characteristic fashion t ......
'II any man says a word against
the bloody shirt, shoot him ou tbe
'Put a little more blood on
that shirt, and shake it again. It
works like a charm.'
'The batilo was won on the is
sues that ill ptevail next rear.
The bloody shirt played an iiu
portaut part in it. Loug may it
St. I.ouis JJrpithliean ; "Tlie
couuiy court judges of KuoIihii.
an l-.olllll r. MtMKiniri Bra Ilk .l-.i.
. ..r .i.l. .1... . " I
I.. . V. CIIIIT 11117 111 IIU.
overtaken tho.e uf PrunLlii,
couutjr, ami tl.io.isl. a similar,
eause. in .May last tliev were
court to levy a tax to nsv im it I
nii'iils siiHiiiKt their comity ou u.'i'i;.i"r...iii.iiurietiriiiiH.iiiiiriuuuw
8t. Uuia aud Bt. Joseph rail-
i i i rni ..a -s .
..l....e l. . .. t !.. a ,i . i ii
Obl-y I llO Older J Ut leant Ibej tlll 1
llOt ClIll'V if Ulld UCW tliPV fir, f
UlUDIUIKMl btJ lore tie L Ulleil !
I o ...... t ... .1 . i
e ilMjJ ,r ,.u
ii w ruaii iiiviuihd iu
., lumiM unit lew llio tar 1 1....-
i".., . ' .- ; ' J l
will be isleusud if uot, tbey i
will be adiudeed Kuilty of con-
Uinpl.aud pi o bl y be conimit-
. , . V, , , . . , . r . I
i w w hbmuiij ui me i illieil
Uiai,,, nmmUl I,,,,,, Mimiinv
1 , . . Company
w in t ie r brel ireu of Frmiklin
I ' Jnttee Fretteilck, one of Hie
Justices of the county court of
1 Clinton coomI.t
was inrlirtai! hv
the grand jury last week for teli-
ly reported to Judge Dnnu and
demanded a trial
not be given lust
then, bnt lie
was not aked for a bond or even
a personal recognizance for bis
appearance in future, which to
our mind shows that Judge
Dunn lecognized the fact that
this Indictment was only an at
tempted persecution on the part
oi certain lunatics fn met coun
ty. From what we have seen of
Judge Frederick in print, we
wonld judge that lie is amply
aoie io tase care or Himself,
Advanced sheets of the first
voinme or the revised statutes
ef Missonri will be furnished the
circuit Judges in a few days. -MARKET.
Bt. Lot i, Oct. .
HOGS-Arllv anil nwrr ; mixed
iwiiunmrt. J.U IJ.,J ; batchers' to
I'ATTI.K Active to the extent of
"PKT sn.tvsna-s HrtTM-r; exporttlrert
n i rftmi in rnoM lirnvv uhlp-
pin. 4.lnfA ;u ; llyM .r-i(4.(i0;
i'n-uVni, Moor 3 0 ; omirs cows' ami
heilf-r. i a.V;l J..J.
MIEf.t' MculTf anil wsiilefl ; vsluri
better ; fs'r In smut. S-l iVJ ilO- choice
In fhnev, .1.7iY4.00 : exuorta. ftl Otkwi
Chicaoo, Oct. n.
HOOS Market more sctlv: VmlOr
lower; mixed navklnr. 3 ujt:t DO:
Ilk-til, J OX (S5 ; choice bcavj, 3 Ki&
CAITIR Slilnnlnv fcC. 1A ..
common lo goral. $3 MViit M ; butchers'
uuii ami lower ; "t.x kir. au-uilr ; Went-
em ami llironrli Ttxans iiiielningrvil ,
Wyoniliiff. Nei,ra-ks Kl.a. Texsna
$ J (Kr3 10; hall brevet ami PHtlves $a,-
straiglit Texan. $2 OOtl 00.
.-iir.ni- niK. Uut not uuolaljlv
lower ; S3 Xtyi 10. -
8E0RGE k mm
Tke Best awl Most rOPlLtR
Sew In x Thread f Madera Tlaies.
nefTARB or iuitatioxs.
Sold In RICHMOND by
S. K. CUMkJFMV Jt CO.,
.?. F. .WrO.V.A,
O.lll.YE.IL 4 IS HE ft
Ladle rail on S. It.Obnlu A Ho. and
fret mtnof Clnrkt' elegant, O. N. 'I'., 8
mkI Maple. Boxes.
yip yreitet novelty or I lie sire. 4-fy
Capt. J. T. 0,1'lltir,
ft AVISO takea ul llreoM u tily aaetlan
liuuxr will allaad vrsmuIlT to all uIm
nude at uublifi aurUou.
Call at McC'uiMioa gulikl l.if.rj Stable,
In Hit DUfrlrl f'outi of the ITnlictl Slalet fur
iu ncawerii iinr ci ci Htttauiuri.
Im th ittsvfirr of t
TtioniM lUtitittuii J Id BKnkniBtcr.
T- TUB ;R IHTORKfir HA lf R A!K.
UVV'T I mkt kvilie that a vcui.il srnrntl
inctltiic (f iti crnliiirt nfMiitl bmikmiit. will
bt r.i. M Kan, i iij, in Huirict on
-SATl 111) T, 1S0TKMBI- K HiU, 1S70
mt tn o'rlork, A. M. . brfor John D. ft.'
Cuok, ItrtrlKitr la .tank rm try. ftr lh ptir
p4 nainvtt In Ks-clioo T of tb Baukruul Aol
44-ldm. OKO. N Mi-OEK. Aanlanta.
In th OUtr'At I (Mitt fifth l'ni text Staia for
the Western iHt-rriet of MUduLrl.
In in matter of H al- 1
ir C- Ha wiIIud, In naafcmprcr. '
TO 1HK t kKIXloHa Of HANK
1(111 lufca acuta Itiat a ttM,t,t Brneial
iu-tia i.l l tic i-irtlilt'i- ui auirl tnkriiit will
Im iMrl't at Kanaaa Cil , luaaiil lilatrict, on
SATl'KlM V, lNUVlJ.BfcR bih, 1879,
at lea o'rlnck, A. M., belura Jolui U. H.
i wk, llrjiiatrr In llankniiitc) , f.r (tie j.tir
IMiae aaii.tMi m i-.tiuu t, of ihr Bankrupt Act
of MaiU-i-wt, la;
piJ-til.n. i.r.O. X Urn.t, AMlynea.
llrfH.kiiirwer A ttankia, I'Uiullff,
Jamaah, Braw. X fwnt.
TiY virtue ufa )rial evarutlnn laued tmm
J) theofUr of lb lei k uf tli cipriiit muri cf
Hay ton t if t. MifMiiiri, In the alio entjitril
UsttiMi. thtimi OUobvriutli, lijiW, ami U ma tU
rected, I, IU tstl(ti'aifiiti aliriffof aalittwuu
l , will, oa
rrldax. November Uth, 1879,
at tha oit(b front door vt tlir con rt hoot to
aaiil euiiiiu , and wUiiat lit circuit rourt ho!-
ittstttl for iti1 crtsinly la in swaAluti, be
iwew tla bwiir wl nina a. m. ami ttva r. m.
f that iiu . a-lt, ub(K-lv at auniiwn to tlie
bttfUeat btistlvr far atr-h in baud, tba following
ti i ilfttl ml ewialc le in iiimn and )! o
I ha trtMri l Mnxl-lalUca H atrown, lo-wii:
iiuiubffr4 two a tit) thiea In Klav
A1hioQ in ih city uf lttt'lnitoi.i, in tiit'l
tMiumy , a the oaiutj iin.i- irom ih ymi of
aitt aiblit tun now nn bla in the ottii of tha
Uvcwnlar uf 1U iu miI muniy ot ittty . Mo.
aa-tito HiienflT K. o.
, , ft
WlllUmi MiuUik. Der.n4nl.
fa IranirriDt tie-
I til In. 4 Instill t'oart
Mia unil lit? Cleric
f Rny i-'riinty, ttiata of
ti"..un iur.furi.rj. a.
u m tiiuick, .udo.iea
an ib Itoh iiN ..
hum ami MKaiimt
I iu Ilia iliiefMctl aiitl
ueo.eieu, i, in. uu
uiiilfrpiunctl Hhvrifl uf Ilia
la aiiuaiM lit iba ooun
L.f ..:.i a- ui sj. ... ' .
All that (eairt uf ilia ausii hull of the ntnihenat
uanerof Urtiun .ixr.i (U.), lownahip ility.
"!( tweulj nine, I) lug
niiraol le, an.t I will, tliiilitK Ilia aaaalo vf
Uta di ouil L'iirt at aalii uuUbtv. on
ttHlieftdar. NovrnibT li. 18.9.
" - j
liH.llie li..uri uf nn. o'elork In Ilie roi.
li'Mia .ml ni. frrlnibin tlie arieinoia tr miiI
a . am.. .uiinii...r or u.. uuinuiuu,
:,T5"',i.ur, mrra.X." w"S:
"T" """""V ..". ."!'
ail liroimly, or i murh tliel .nf a. lll he
wstcui um.ii.i tb. wuii., ....t...,.t h).
M"1" "'li""' !!""
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RICHMOND COFFIN COMFY
OVER MEHEFEE'S NEW STORE.
-KKEP A. FULL LINE 0F-
Metallic and Wood Cases, Caskets,
: ROUES, ETC.
J C. 13U0WN. C. W.BROWX
IN PRICES AT
Grand Tidal Wave
Caused by tlio opening up of
their splendid stock of Goods
for the FALL and WINTER
STAPLE & FANCY DRY
BOOTS & SHOES,
of the very best quality,
HATS & CAPS,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls,
Groceries, Hardware, Glassware,
cheaper than any house in
the Wedt, Our Goods were
selected with great care, well
uited to the wants of the peo
ple were bought low for the
Cash and will be offered to
the trade lower than ever,
Our terms being Cash or
Produce, wo can, of course,
afford to handle goods on
closer margins than any
- . house that does a time busi
ness, Come", and sco our
Stock of Goods and bo con
vinced that to trade with us is
ro s a. "v n: money,
A hint (o the wise is sufficient.
BROWN. & BRO., Morton, Mo.
S n C
c m a,
3, a S
o -c 2 3 .
An Invitation to ali.
Com suit eo our Lundiome sntl well
aeleuted itock of
FALL AND WINTER
JUST AMUVKD AT
PETTUS fc BRO.
ST ttoyn Clothing
the IVry It ft.
Hat and Caps
Fancy & Paxil y Groccr'i
to ult tlie tluwa,
Buy or in siiil ave your dimes.
PETTUS to BRO.
RAY COUNTY, MO.
I' Hay County, lUo.:
HOME PROTECTION COMP'Y
I. now thoronauiy ,.7.alxl. and w ar. haw
laauring Kurinar. n.tnr ibraualraat tb.
l.'uunty. Any r.riu.r wl.hins to ln.nr. in la.
Horn. Prirtmtlon uf Hmy Count., will ailSr...
I. at. Il.l.rr. Affrn, Kioiimoi d, Hmj aoaat.
Mo., or .itli.I nt lit. Hlraot.4.
C. KVAtluJI, J T. ROBFRTS,
I.M.BAIIKIt, HILA1 KIKIII.
JOHN HAMILTON, W W. WILLIAMS.
E. M. KKIMLKY, M W .CKI8I-IN.
W. H. lilt II,
C. B. KATANAUOH, fraa't,
W. H. rtTflt, -r.l.ry,
i.l. KOIIKUTS, TrM.ar.r-
LIVERY. FEED? SALE
0p. J. S. Unfile A Co'a Bank,
FOK SALE AM) HIKE.
Hearse. Bugglfi aid Carriages
T-4-if McCVISTIOM SQUIBK, rropa.
that tha Aaonol tttaVtarx
IA( (ur.l wilt tali raf iMlf
Ui aiu ! fr on If IU
It mm m no loo ir a tilt I
fully- if!! ul 4ur hotaa.
Organ lltal Ihry aR l.ttfar,
Other llaiiT'UDt f liraatra
iJui'iiuim iltiriusT th Mid-
MiitnisT nunAU: Hu aeUI
aajMpjMsaMaHM iuituiDar eircalar aH
ty-IIAVlMU HKfcNTLY HrKMt I
of mf Hit, -! tnimtwi with It bead
ain-tiintlRsT' l I IioumikI mt dtHnm, aaoald Ua
uitt irui piaol of i rt-iik(ilitT. llluUa
Isvil I'ttpar nl fre.
AddiaM, UAhlEL f. BEATTT,
WataintOB. K, si.
FAREIS & SON
Cheapest Queens ware
IN NORTH MISSOURI
And Will O f . An Eirlf
Hll Yon I II I call will
MOltia rl 1., Convince
Orootyiea I f tlie moat
nr LEHH rT(SA A - J SUoptlcAl
MONEY CaWV I " thI
than any fTii-llliv lm m lot.
i- : 'ii"3 ii. aiiaaaiawnf j
Hay Co fc---TT, . JT
8 lbs of Qotxl Coffee for 1 00.
5 lbs of Good Tea for il 00.
10 lba of Coffee "C" Sugar 1 00.
4 Ibtiof Boila for 25.
4 bare of White Runaian Soap 25.
6 lbs can of Pie Peaches for 30.
1 lb TIiibIi-j's Diamond Navy Tobacco GO.
1 lb Best Floe Cat Tobacco 75.
All persons wishing to secure the best bargains and
save money by purchasing of us. Having establish
ed popular prices we hope to secure a large pat
rouage from those who look to their own interests.
:Fresh Hominy, Cranberries; Etc..
WEEKLY STOCK SALES.
Auction Salra at tbe welt known and
popular Livery Stable of Mi-C'ulatlon A
Quirk, at 1 o'clock on Saturday of each
week. Farmer anil others are Invltwl
to bring In tbelr dock anil aucli other
property a their may dealrt to sell.
Kali for serriors moat ressonahle.
Come right alunj;. (r.-utlonicn, we will
make you feel nappy.
7-9-tf. McC'Ulfil lO!! A QUIRK.
THE "BIG- BOOM"!
Having- inaugurated a 'Bltf Boom" In
KowpiopoMto OuUell, U n Jem II
any and all Competitor in tlielr lir.e.
Tliey have given their Compc-tltors
A DEATH BLOW
aad kaow ta.y eanaot goiaita wltb bim.
W ZjT 1ST "NT
WILL MULL CHEAP
IF IT "BUSTS 'EM".
To th. por matt who wl.tw. to eonmls,
1. th. Sit maa who ilatlru to mt.
iSTOffers Rare InductafBl.
Lay the Corner Ston. of Vour L(t by
DEALING WITH 'EM,
'"" eoewss Ti-isi .
Mot only it-Ms the Nioent. Pursit, Olioicut and
FINEST FAMILY GROCERIES
But Deliver them at your
BAYEE'S RED FRONT.
This omnibus is loaded with pcoplo going to
buy Cheap Groceries from "Charley'' Payre
This Centaur never made a
bow than did 0. D. SAYRE
Prices out the back window
vnenp vasn .Tysietn in nis grocery oioro. wiK
1 AT I
Queensware and Groceries at SAYRE'S.
his hand points to the Grocery and
Queensware Store of Chas. Sayro, on the
South Side of the Public Fquure.
Are you going to Paint?
THE BEST III THE WOULD IS THE
Geo. W. Pitkin & Co.,
BEWARE Or IMITATIONS.
LKATK OBDIKi AT
Taylor & Smith's Drug Store-
BICIIMOND, - MO.
JAMES H. HUT0HIS05. AGENT.
IB l C O.
door Iu any par, of city.
Wsrlnnr Co hmtm Urg ud Trld
ortmotofQtiiiWBr, aad n Ml line 1
f try CbMM fur tUa UABftl.
better shot with his
when ho shot High
and introduced the
This 2:13 Raco Horso cannot run faster
than the man who "rushes furiously" homo
to tell his family about the bargains in