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Than day Evening, Oct. 30, 79.
Lm K. C. & N. n. R.
TIMI TABLE BO
HOT In ElYeCt..
Pssesaser. Ihtm tsa ft. m.
riufipf srrivs 7:tt p. m.
V. St, PuM.pr leaves 7:W ft. m
lift. Mt lseeansr arrives t:M p. as.
rrOlossnltner,tlna Is mail. Ill t.elrtnn
Jaartloa with nil trsias to sud fro as St. Louis
ee Ihiih Ultf.
. A. PoTLft, agent.
Velvet it FOWLEK A
Fob Ssi.s. I have for sale I good
Marat, I young Mules and I work
lionet, at hit plsoe, 1 mils couth of
illllvllls. Call and tee the .took.
7-iJ-lm. WARREN YOUNO.
Will our friend pleas report atl ssles
of fttoek or real estate, to till offloe, for
publication. It will Interest the people
generally t know wlint Is going on,
100.000 Dress Bullous at FOWU.it A
Fine Stock. Mr. Ed. rtettle, oftlils
Vicinity, bought at the Kansas City
stock sales Inst wcce, full blooded
Cow and Calf of the Short Horn stock.
Mr. 11. W. Crispin also bouKlit at the
anme sale a full blooded short horn oow
These gentlemen deserve credit lor
the efforts lliey are making to I in prove
the stuck of llay county.
Ladles Quilted Silks Skirt at FOW
From llr. 8. U. Hmlley we learn that
cherry tree on the lam ol Mr. Isaac
Zimmerman, near KnoxTllle, is III full
bloom. The leaves linve alt (alien off,
but the tree Is budding out again.
That tree will not produce much fruit
I N O.
at FOWLEK A KW-
Geo. llcndlry says he Is going to run
a Republican paper In Ricliinond during
the next canvass, and shake things np
lively, well, a Utile shaking up
woiild'nt hurt things much If we ru to
le the Judge. Come on with your
BLACK-DRAUGHT " cures dyspep
sia, Indigestion and heartburn,
fur Sal at Uaruer A Jacob's.
Wsconsliler Clark O. N. T., Spool
Cotton the best in the world. Cull lor
and ti.keno other. See advertisement
Canned Goods at WAKIXSKR
CO.. Oyster. Hitlmon, Corn. IJinu
H an. Surdities, Curred Itcef, Peaches.
I'lituibs, UnoselM-rriea, l'lne Apples.
Cherries Kasberrle, Htrawhenies.
1'rars, Tomatoes, A pple, Ac
Joseph . Mowder. has rellreil Iroin
the Brcckcurldge Bullttm. It will In-
run In the lilt lire as a Democratic pnper
Iiy Ifev. J.. Scarlett. it us Impe thai
lie will put a htllc more lilc. ami a grain
mure ol truth In it, limit lila predecessor
1 he Ureen clerk is still with ti.and
lii tyeti forget it. FOWLElt A EW-
Leu Ct'T Okk. A colored intti nnm.il
Charles l iimihijrliam in attempting to
K't aboard a freight train at lower
Caniileii on Friday evening last, missed
his rooting and fell under tl ears.
Quo of Ills legs ws cut off. We have
not learned further particulars of the
A stoa iitd of liver complaint) One
dollar's worth of " BLACK-DRAUGHT"
would have saved' Lis liio.
for sals b v Canter A JaeulM.
VY e are requested by the Assessor to
any to those persona who have not re
turned the . assessment blank left with
tlietn, to do so at once, propel ly filled,
as be is copying his bonks and need
tliciu. Person who full to comply
with this request promptly, are In dan
ger of being double assessed, as the law
mikes it the duty of the assessor to
double assess all pcrsous who fall or re
fuse to give in a proper list.
Take "BLACK-DRAUGHT " and yoa
will never b bilious.
For ssls br Gsrasr A Jssok's.
Qtrrollton ZWseraf i A fact to be
coitetdt-red Is that lu the problem ol
suppressing drimkeuiiesi by Inw It la
in null less difficult to get lawa enacted
than to got them enforced. "No license'
and prohibition have been voted time
-and again In communities where the
sale of liquor has gone right on with
Imt little Interruption. There la scarce
ly a community In which, tribe laws
now existing were thoroughly enforced
there would not be a great diminution
ol drunkenness. If the law now ex
latlng are not enforced, It la not easy to
see how more stringent laws could be,
unless some grester effloiency could be
adted to the machluery of adnilnlstra
lion. We want not better laws so much
as we waut the newer to execute what
An old physician, rutlred from prac
tice, having hud placed In Ills hands br
ail East India uiiiouary the lorinitla of
a simple vegetuiue renivdy lor lite
speedy and uermnniit cure for Con
sumption. Broiteiillls, Catarrh, A.lillia
mill all Throat and I. unit Affection
also a positive and radical cine for Ner
vous iieiiiiiiy ana an .Nervous t oin
plaints, afb r having tested its wonder-
I'll eura'ive powers In thousands
cakes, has felt it hi dulv to tiiiike it
know to his suffering fellows. Actunted
y litis motive and a desire to relieve
liumuu eult'erlng, I will send Irve of
elm r ire Ins II who ilelre it. till, recipe,
In tiirmun, French, or English, with
(till diiei'lioiis tor pn'iwrlng anil using,
rent ny man uy ainirrs-ing uie statin
iiaminr lhl paer. W W.Hnsasa, J.9
iWar.' hlvek, Hvctnttr, A'. Y.
( DikTiticT frr-t)T. -Mr. II. K. Ilrowu
ha benii sttnliited District Deputy for
Ladle Cloth at FOWLER A EWING
Turnip and potatoes are plentiful in
this market now.
!ry Boneless Cod Fie at WARIN
NER A CO.
Ladle Suiting. Cloth at FOWLEK A
Choice stock of Fancy Candla Juit
received at WARINNER A CO.
At WARINNEK A CO., ran be found
the best Cider Vinegar In th city.
There are fewer 'rata in this section
this fall than have been known for many
years. Whst ha become of them f
Cheap John at FOWLER KW
INO. From Mr. T. B. Oook. we learn that
Prof, Cave I teaching a very successful
singing school at Knoxvllle.
Cedar BttrkeU.Churn,and Stoneware
at WAKINNElt CO.
Winter apple are coming In slowly,
showing tliat they are not very plenti
ful. New I Ihe time to lay In your supply
of winter wood, while th roads are
Potomac Roe Ilerriiig at WA rt IN
NER 4 CO. .
We have heard It said? that the dry
weather last May caused a (allure In the
honey crop for this year.
Prune end Dried Currant at WAR
INNER A CO. '.
Cspt. Geo. V. MrGee has moved to
the honse recently occupied bv Mr.
Harmony. Just east of the Phsw House.
The flnest Byrupt at WARINNER 4
For the best Bargain in Groceries,
go to Fsaais A Sots' Store. 13-tf
For the beat wagon on wheels, get a
celebrated bevel tire Bain Wagon from
JACKSOS A PATTOS.
The very best Coflee and Sugar at
WARINNEK 4 CO.
Dr. Buchanan believes In patronizing
the lumber yards, hence he Is spreading
ihe roof of hit house all around over
that hill where he I building.
Ginghams for 10 OtaU at FOWLER
Whltmer A Ct.. are building some
magnificent mules sheds st fielr stable.
on Thornton Avenue, anil It looks as If
the horse and mule bu.lnes was going
to be a feature of our town.
At WAKINNER A CO.. you ran find
the freshest, cleanest and best stock ol
Staple and Fancy Groceries In the city
The third Annual Convention of the
Young Mens Christian Association,
will lie held at Columbia, commencing
on the Olh of November and continuing
The latest styles of Dress Goods at
FOWLER A EWINO.
The foundation for Dr. Mosliy's new
house on main street. Is being rapidly
put In. He I ihovlng (he work tills
Big stock of Quernsware and Glass
wareJust received at WARINNER A
Dr. Moby and Capt. Farri should
unite and build a City Hall on main
street. SikIi ail Institution Is much
needed, and f Richmond is like otter
towns, it would pny well.
Qrrra keeps belter Ares and will sell
i'liesHT Over Costs thsn uliy salesman
in Ihe Slate, at FOAl.tlt A EWING
We lmvr heard that scattering horse
mint uliout rat holes would make tliera
leave the plnev. The fellow never told
us about II though until alter the frost
lind killed all Hie mint.
Men s and Ijtillr Arctic Shoes al
FOWLER A EWING.
Circuit I. ourt one week from next
Uuiiduy. It you failed to get your still
brought Inst week, you will have hi 1
wail over lor six month, longer, but
that Is so much the better on the man
who fulled to get sued.
Men.' and Lndle' Sandals atFOW
LER A EWINO.
We m ule the pleasant little town of
Orrick a visit last week, and found biinl
ness moving right along. The uier
chains appear to keep good stocks, and
sell good at I lie lowest prices. We
want to visit tbeni at snot her time and
writ something of the merclmtit In I
Good Cashmere for SO cent at FOW
.EK 4 SWING.
Next Monday week will be Clrcul1
Court. Make your arrangement to
come in and settle what you own oil
subscription, mid pay a year In ahead.
Wo have been buying properly here ami
need the money. It will be worth more
to us uow than after awhile.
The noblest wash stand setts can be
found at WARINNEK A CO.
Ice was formed on pools of Water
hereabout on Thursday night last, aud
heavy frosts have visited us for seveial
nights. This has materially changed
the color of those beautiful Jlmpsoii
that decorated Ihe alley and many of
the garden about Richmond.
The genuine Worcestershire Sauce
and French Mustard for family use at
WARINNER 4 CO.
We Itav'nt been bragging much on
the Dauoc-naT of late, but It la steadily
increasing in patronage and Invor, We
waut to build up a buslues here that
will last, as we have no desire to move
again. One move a long a on a we
took when we come here, we think will
last us a lifetime.
I.adlea Tie of a'l description at
FOWLER A EWINO.
We learn from Mr. Cleason Robinson
that several horses were stolen on Mon
day nlk'ht Inst up near Knoxvllla. One
from Ron Kincald was the only name
he could remember. We have heard
ntttbiug from the locality since, aud
knew nothing of the arrangements for
pursuit. Every neighborhood will have
to organize au anil horse Ihiel aoclety
nd when on of then I caught, and tbe
proof of guilt I (tilHclent, he should be
lett twinging to a convenient limb.
This I the only wy to break up th
Trimming Silk oV all color at FOW
LEB A EWINO
8trlpedPcklu at FOWLEK A EW
Mr. J. Tt. Harmony wild his family.
ha moved to St. Joseph,
Mr. J. H. Tierce, from near the Junc
tion, enlisted on our roll Saturday.
Mr. K. F. Yates, of Morton, dropped
in Saturday to see uv CaII again.
Mr. L.Dickey is teaching school st
the IIIII school house, a few a lie east
Mr. Dell Endsley, Iron! near Camden
called on Tuesday last, and made us
happy by paying 1 year subscription.
Mr. 8. B. Smiley, from Knoxvllle,
made th office aubstiittlal call Tues
Mr. W. II. Fitch took a little run
over to Scdulia last week, to seethe
State Grange In session.
Conductor Jo. ISanderseti I back at
home well and happy, from his visit to
Mr, fue Bnoddy, from near Roanoke,
Howard comity, is In the city, visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Ja. W. Carnrr.
Ksqulre O. M. Becklcy, of this city,
was called to Atchison, Kansas, last
week, by the death of III lon-ln-law,
which courreu suddenly.
CharitonlCWisr t Miss Sallie Creel.
a charming.youug lndy of Kichmond(
Mo., I vUlting Mis Tabble Ewlng,near
Mr. T. N. Grove, of Mlllvllle, as In
on Tuesday with a good wagon load of
winter apples, which lie closed out at
00 cents. We got a part of them.
Messrs. C. T. Garner, Sr., J. W.
Shotwell. E. F. Esttb and pel baps
others of our .lawyers, attended the
Piatuburg court list week.
Mr. Win. J. Craig, sfSwanwick, was
in yesterday, lie ay lliey need a few
more coal miner at the Swanwlck
mines, a their trad I good.
Mordeoai J. Oliver, of St. Joseph, has
been In Ihe city on a visit, the guest of
Allen McDonald, aud lett for home this
morning, carrying with hint the best
wishes of many Irieuda.
Gen. AW. Doniphan has returned
Irons his visit to Kentucky. He report
things flourishing In that State. Ht
thinks the late Ohio election wa pretty
fairly conducted, both partle making a
The following school teacher from
the point named called at our office
last Saturday I J. O. Wllkerson, Knox
vllle T. C. Etherton, Vibbard ; T. B.
Cook, Knoxvllle; Js. W. Black. Jr.,
Crab Orchard ; and T. M. Dea-y, Mor-
tou. They all report their school In a
Ksqulre M. O. Dale, of till vicinity,
went to Sedalia last week, a a delegate
to the annual meeting of the Bla'e
Grange. He say th business oftlie
State Granite whs conducted satUliir-
torily aud harmoniously. Mr. I - M.
Bnher, of this vicinity, was also In at
tendance a a p clator.
A DissProNTMKXT. On Monday
Sentemlier 8th, 1879, we were in St.
Louis, and elnsrd a trade with Mr. R
P. Yorkslon, the western agent of the
famous Campbell Press Compsny, fora
Hoe Cylinder Newspaper Press, that he
hml taken In a trade. It wa to be
hipped to us Ihe following Monday
and we made our arrangements to mtikr
the Dkhockat larger on Its reception.
For some reason Mr. Yorkston has fail
ed to ship Ihe press, though we have
been receiving regularly his piomlse
that it would be here soon. Our hand
press roller had nearly given out when
we bought the Hoe Pre, and being
weekly In expectation l receding it.
we have not renewed the roller. The
result ol this p that the Dxmocxat has
not been printed as well as it should be.
but we hope in a short time to remedy
this defect, and to either enlarge the
Democrat or arrange for a supplement.
so tlmt our reader can have what rend
ing matter they era emit led to, for wr
are free to eon lens that we have not
been gt'ing tliein as much a we would
like of late.
It sal Estate Salks. Last week we
had quite a flurry In the Real K!atc
bushiest In Richmond, and several
pieces ol propel ty changed hands, lu
addition to two sales mentioned in our
last issue, we can add the following t
Jasper Joy bought the business holts
now occupied by Farri 4 Son, on main
street, Just west of thl etfloe, of Mr
Bullock, for $540.
FatrlaASon bought the house now
occupied by uro. A. Stone, on main
street, from i)r. II. C, Garner, assignee
ol A. II. Rlngo, deceased, for f 900.
Warren W. Ewiug purchased the In
terest of Mr. Zlmmercheld In the build
n g on main street, occupied by Charley
Keller, a a saloon, for .10.
John W. Spurlock bought of Wro. M.
Morse, a house and 6 acres of ground
Just beyond the eastern limits of the
city, for 11,000.
C. T. Garner, Jr., bought of Capt,
McRobert B acres of ground oppbtlte
the residence of Mr. Harrison, In the
northwestern part of town, fort 100,
Kit Intend to bid'd himself house to
live in, next spring, on this ground.
which I one of the finest building site
In the elty.
Mr. Geo. N. McOea told bit hou
and lot In the western part ol town lo
Mr. N. P. Watinner for $640, t great
One thing noticeable In the above
ales Is, that several of the pieces of
property were sold for more money
lhao they were offered at last spring.
All Wool Cashmeru for M cents at
FOWLER A EWING.
Don Fan Is has fresh Oyster. Call
and try them.
Yon a'ways find Lemons and Orange.
at WARtNNF.lt A CO.
Look here, my flue fellow," said tht
lecturer to the boy who wa disturbing
the orator by. constantly coughlnt;,
here' a quarter lo get a bottle of Dr.
Bull' Cough Syrup."
at FOWLEtt 4
A heavy case was tried at Orrick on
Friday last before 'Squire Rlnl Creason'sf
court, the bone of contention being a
calf with both ear that had been badly
frozen, and four or Ave Inches of th
hone of the tall eaten off by a hog. Mr.
McCasky and Mr. Creasy each claimed
Ihe animal, but after listening to the
testimony of about 20 witnesses, tht
Jury gave It to Ihe widow. Though the
general impression wa that the inau
hail the strongest testimony on bi tide.
Nobody wn much hurt cither way.
Chenille Shawl at FOWLER A EW
Good, ound, well-broke, fat mule,
from 4 to 8 yenr old. for which we will
pay the highest market price. Will be
found at Whltmer 4 Co.. Stable.
Oct. 4, 'SB. WASSON 4 BATJM.
FIsnnrls from 25 to 75 cent at
FOWLEK 4 EWINU.
MclKinsId ha not had time to write
that advertisement be was going to put
in lh DkhookaT.
Msnftitn. At the residence of Mrs,
Hill. miles east of town, hv N. II.
Peeler, Mr. 8. P. Esrey to Mr. Mary
F. Hill, all ol Kay county, mo.
American Watche at10at JACOBS
Mr. Powell wanted to tell the people
about hi wagon (hop thl week, but
we had to movt aud didn't get a chance
to see him.
Oood Tea at IS cent per pound at
FA KRIS A SON.
On Nledermeyer can be found with
hi RArber Shop up slain over Rice'
store, where this otllce was for met ly
located. Drop In tnd get an easy
Don't buy common Groceries, but go
to WARINNEK A CO., End get the
best ol everything In their line.
The thing that puzzle us most It to
know where Ben Keel got so many
chicken. He handle them every day
by the wagon load, (hipping mostly to
Just received a ear load ol of the
Celebrated Beyel Ttrt Bala Wagon, by
JACKSON 4 PATTON.
Skrioi'S Accidekt. Mrs. Dr. M. C.
Jacobs had th misfortune one day thl
week to fall down tho step In tbe rear
of the Drug Store, dislocating one of
her arm. She I seriously hurt.
Stop naing Calomel and try '
DRAUGHT" for liver dis.
Fur sals at Uarasr A Jacobs' bnif Iters.
The tempt ranoa meeting on Tuesday
night was reasonably well attended, and
the discussion lively. A new set of
office! s were elected, hut we have not
learned th names. The Secretary has
not handed them in.
Atrial package or
Ire ol charg at
Garner A Jacobs',
EICH, NEW AND BARE!
FALL .IjVI) WINTER STYLES
S. R. CRISPIN & CO.'S
LARGEST AND MOST JPASHIONABLSI
DRY G00DS,CL0TIIlNG, FANCY GOODS
COME AND SEE THEM-
PIECE GOODS. The most Fashionable stock ever shown In tlii city, both do
mestic and foreign importation. The best bargains ever offered you in this line.
6ent8 Furnishing Goods. Tho Greatest novelties eer seen in th line of
Blurts, irawers, "JoIIars, UuRs, suspenders, Neckties, etc., Elegant Assortment. , .
CLOTHING. It is worth a visit to our store just o look at onr mammoth stock or
Clothing. We are confident that if you see them you will buy. Come ! see ! buy I
BOOT & SHOES We can give you the neatest fit in this line in Richmond.
V can iell you boots and shoet so Cheap you will think we ftole thoa. Try ua now.
HatS 6b Caps. We GIVE THEM AWAY. Verylittlt money required to buy
new, nice, noooy nat or cap at our store. .Latest rutliiono in thu department.
SAVE MONET BY BUYING OF US.
S. R. CRISPIN & CO....rmcorSN?a-....
Aactlon of Dry lionds Kttarday Rot.
1st, aaf Sotardaj Sot. 8th,
And erery day commecclns; Monday
the lOih, until my stock of Dry Goods,
Notions, shoe, Ao., Is closed out, a I
have t-j give up toy house Nor. 13.
7-l4--.lt GEO. A. STUN E.
Best Sweet Navy
BLACK-PHmUOHT " cures cosUts
Bess sod Sick-IIeadach.
For sal br Oarasr A Jsoob's.
Ladles and Chlldrens
Mrs. Rruustetter sent us Inst week, an
apple as larjre a a heus cujr, which was
of the second crop that (crew on the
same tree lids season. It ap,ear to us
ralht-r reiiinrkiiblc that fruit trees should
produce the second crop, in anyone
season, in tills laliiudo. but it seems as
if some of our Imil tree made the effort
this year, lliiMipli none ol the trull come
ton.Htuntv. On the outside pafie we
Diihlisli tvfiatcan bo raised ti-om a small
amount of land In one year, which U
also rather remarkable.
Iti port of school taught in district
No. 1, township 13, ranire'je, Kay coun
ty. Mo., Tor the month commencing
September 2Uih, and ending October
Number of pupil enrolled, 33.
Number of days tniiKht, 40.
Number of day attended by all scho
Average number attending each day,
12 3 A.
Aveiage number of days alteudtd by
each scholnr, i 4-3.
Number of cases of tardiness, 0.
Number ol minutes lost by tardines,
Scholars not absent. 7. Lucy Sinclair,
Klla Trazler, Maggie Sinclair. Lulu
Johnson, Nullle Mticlalr, NaJle Noblclt
and Win. Sinclair.
rVhnliirs neither absent or tnrdy :
Liicj Sinclair, Wui. Slnclnlr. Ella Fra
iler. Lulu Juhnsou and Nadle Nobletc.
boll ov HONOR.
Sarah Dlshman, Laura Frizler. Lizzie
WlUnn. Marv Imhtuan, Kiln r rnzler.
da Wilson Ida Mentlrrson, L.u'1 Jtiliu-
SOU, Tt alter l-fouauo, iramn r raster,
Clara Carlisle, Thomas Meadnr, Isabe l's
Key, MjtKe Sinclair, Anna Meador,
Nanule Bojrgess and Nadlu Noblett.
II EZ BOWMAN,
Duck have made their appearance,
but it Is not every man that you sue go
nut with a shot gun, that bring them
Canton Flannels (mm 10 25 cent at
FOWLEU A EWINO.
Mr. J i. A. Davis, our county eol
lector, returned on Saturday last from
making hi annual collecting tour, and
can now be lound regularly In his otllce
In Richmond. The amount collected
thl year has been in excess of smounts
collectvd lor the last few year oil visit
of the collector to the township.
Ladle aud Cbildreut Uoods at FOW
LER 4 EWINO.
Neit Monday i regular County Court
day and you had better come in and tee
what the court ha to say about the
Bond. They are free from being man
daniused now until next May, which
will give an opportunity to settle the
matter in sonic way.
Cutta Perclia Paint.
If von want to give rour lions a new
ooat of paint, ro to Moshy A Son' and
get th Uuttafercha. wlilcn I already
Mr. J W. Bowsn, our accomodating
deputy P. M., has cleaned up the win
dow lu the Post otHce building, and the
glass to the post offloe boxes, making
everything lalily (blue in that establish'
uient. He is very efficient and accom
uodatlng as a Post Master.
Kotlra to Teacher.
All thoso teachers In Ray county
who are lavoralile to Ihe establishment
of a Teachers' Library lu litis entintv,
will meet the Executive Committee in
Kii'hinnml on Saturday JsovemtxT 16th,
187U, at I" o clock, i. i.
T. M. DKACV.
C. P. IMI.KlMrLE, I Com
J. W. LONtt.
W. 8. TOMPKINS,
Jl'ST RECEIVED AT
MISS LOU FORD'S
FASHION EMPORIUM. '
Just received lull stock of tht latest
styles of Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flow
ers, Plume, Trimmings, Silks, Velvets,
Satins, Etc., all of which were especl-
lly selected to suit the ladies ot Rich
Her stork ol ladies' Cloak Cloak
ing Cloth is very large and will be sold
at price that defy competition.
She la also agent for
and keep a full supply on nand.
(sTAn Early Call Solicited.
Wsnteu. SBO.OOO bushrlt
wheat, aud 200,000 bushels of
oats, or which I will pay tho highest
market price In Cash.
7-4IHT GEO. I. WASSON,
HtiNO Jury. The trial of Charley
Keilar, ot this elty, on a charge of tel
ling liquor without license, come np al
Hardin on Saturday last, It having been
taken there on a change of venue Irons
this plaoe. The Htata wa represented
by Jus. W. Gainer, prosecuting attor
ney, and John T. Ford, Esq., and the
defence by Capt. J. L. Furrla and Major
Jos. K. Black. After a bearing of the
evidence the Jury failed to agree, and
the case goes over lor another hearing.
Hoop at FOWLER A
Lime Fh Hit.. Mr. John Brown
wants the 'public lo know thutlisU
I ltiii.lii ft-.i-l, lima bi'.ru UM.L 31 iiiIImi
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r " '" nj ..... , r M -., -,.J ..l, ....
I to luiuUh all parties wanting lime, on
l atest turn of llmin Sklru at FOW. short nolico. II inukr a nrst-class
Oie Utb disirlul A. F. il A. M., clil-
f Kay sud Clay
Lixljpas in. his district can take nol Ice.
LEU A EW(i
Mam Kitxan. We learn that a young
man named Wm. S. Wilson, met with
an accident on Monday last on the farm
of Mr. 8. Evllsizer, one and a half tulles
west of Mlllvllle, which caused bis death
almost Instantly. Mr. Evilslzur and the
unfortunate young man were tearing
down an old house. Mr. E., being on
the root and the young nian on the
ground below. Mr. E, got a log ready
t roll off the top of Ihe bouse and call
rd lo the young roan to get out of tbe
way. The young mau told hitn to go
ahead a he could keep clear of the log,
but II appear he did not, as it (.truck
him on tho back of the neck hreakitig
It and crushing in tbe base of th skull.
It I a very uulortunal uflulr, but as far
a w can learn, no blame can be a'
Uohed to Mr. Evllsixer, as he gsv
wsruitig to the young man In Unit for
bltu to get out of Ihe way.
Ladle and Chlldrens Nubias au FOW
Ltll A EWINU.
Mr. Editor : Neither the Grant
heoai nor the negro exodus have burst
upon our beautllul little town, but the
advance waves ol the "UikxI Time
Cuming' are breaking- upon our strand,
Prosperity, on her golden pinions, has
been flitting among our business men,
causing them to bring forth their long
hidden gold : and to engage In the
active comiMitition for wealth ; thu ill
liming new life and energy Into our
Mr. Clark, who will build (took pen
here at no very distant clay, ha Just put
up a new set 01 stoca scales, anu tne
lialler buys now amuse themselves by
cuesslng at the weight of live stock
the wildest guessor setting up the
We have a new blacksmith lu tlatler.
aud Irora the clenking of the hatamer
and the roaring ol the bellows, lie ust
nlentv ol work to mo.
There Is a demand for laborers in the
rock Quarry one lulie esst ol this place
and tie chopper can Hud work two
DanM Hanklns and family, o
LttZKtte, Kansas, are visiting relatives
here. Mr. Hanklns. a former citizen
of old Kay, Is oue of the leadiug wheat
growers ol Hui'sas.
Jauica tiiuus anu i. u. Manama nave
returned I rum the southeast, 'lliey
bought while In Warren county 31 heutl
of four year old steers, which they bav
brought to tin place lo leeu.
Isaac uieavenger wno moveu to nan
sas last spring has returned, and be is
content now to make Itay county hi
future home. Ho brought back with
him an antelone aud a luungbunalo,
They Ihe buQ'ulo aud auUdupe look
1 aut'iiueuuuurun ai tue union iyiiaiui
last Sunday, and was somewhat sup
prised lo see so many In sttendancu.but
then, Elder MuClure always draw a
large audience. And, by the way, Is
not it about time the good people ol
Ihls place were a building a church
house In llailer.
The westward flow ol emlgatlou I
not all passing us this fall several
luiullh'S liav dropped In among us, and
we hear ol oilier on their way to our
bpelllua bee ant uow In order, and
tlir boys and gills aeem to enjoy them
selves. But I am thinking many a
spark, at these bees, will be kindled into
a tlame that tin storms of winter will
not (iiieuch. I hi" Is Ihe kind ol cooing
I heard at the llailer spelling on lii-l
Tue.day nlirht I 'lo you love nie,
sweety, dear I" ''Love you, Johnny I
yes ; love you as l love sorgiiuiu
latoe," I'lieii yuui, y inn !
A Sad Death. On Friday last, Mr,
M. B. Uiuds, on-lii-law of Ef quire 01
M. Becklcy, of thl city, died at hi home
In Atchison, Kansas, after a very abort
illness. The following from the Atchi
on Patriot, of Oct. 23, fully explains
hi sickness and death t
Yesterday afternoon, while Mr, M. B
Hinds, employed In the A. A N. shops
a a turner, wa suddenly taken witn
hemorrhage of the lungs. Medical aid
wa summoned as soon a possible, but
Il was of no avail, and he died last night
at ten o clock. He was a worthy young
man. popular with his companions, and
Ills loss will oe deeply inonrt.ru.iii
was a member of No. 232 Ht. Joaeoh I
O. F., and a meeting of rrlendshlp
Lodse No. 6 is called lor to-morrow at
12 u clock to arrange for tht burial
Mr. Hinds and the family have the
earnest sympathies of their many
friend in till section III their great
loss. Mr. Hind Is spoken of as a young
man of steady habits, kind and gener
ous In his nature, ana Deioreu uy a
who knew mm.
. T. LIJUEMCR,
All Kinds cf Pine Lumber,
Yard on Thornton Avenue.
South f Shaw Oouif, RICHMOND, MO
.We have in our Yard a full supply of well ".elected
PIKE LUMBER of ANY GRADE DESIRED.
And every other article It-lunging to our line of Liuines j
WE Invite our old customers, and new one to give its a call. Vf sntan
businene. Call every lime before making vour purchase Wt art
here rrtiflcd during the W Alt. WE gel our Lumber direct from th
Plnerie aud will cll it at jirice that cannot fail to satisfy ALL.
O. T. LIMERICK.
If to wsnisNlesttssk, or a Roast ef Bssl I
er Hallos, or Vest, call at lbs
Oppotlts ths Post Offlss, undsr th
Fsmily Groeery Stors of Wsrriner A
Co., on Nortlwaat Cornsrof rablie Square
lie keep the Xleast in tho I
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Said the Nurse to the Doctor i "Sure
sir, I only know of one good medicine
for the babv, and that It ir. Bull's
The Celebrated Leiiug;
toa Flour Tor aale at
War inner tV Co.'a.
Spring ffagoa For Halt.
A number one heavy Spring Wagon,
tillable for farm use, for sale at a bar
gain. Call at the Livery Htable of
W-it WIUTMEK A CO
acres or land In Texas, title
guaranteed, lor exchange
for land In Missouri, or llrst-clasa atock
At low price.
Mct L WTION. QUIRK A CO.
Notice la hereby given that the un
dersigned Administrator of the Estate!
of t retlerlck Itrau. aeceasen, wilt, on
MONDAY. NOVEMBER IQtb, (879.
at the south front door of the Court
House, in the city of ;Hkhmonil, Itay
eountv. Missouri, between the hours ol
nine a. m aud 4 p. in., of that day, I
whilst the circuit court, holdcn within I
nd lor iii said county, is ill se-slou.
sell st nubile auction the following de
scribed real estate, situate in saiu conn
tv of Kav. to-wit:
The H W ) ul the 8 E J of Section 34.
Township oi, range zu, also mai pun
the a K t ol a s ol said section 4.
which ilea west ol tne main cimniiet oi
Fishing River: also tell acre off of the
N W 1 of the SKI ot snld section b4,
same being lu sll 70 acres, more ur less; I
also the north end of a part of Ihe K 4
oflheHK 1 ol sii hi section U4, lying
west ol r Ishluar Rlvor. same being 12
acres more or less, making In all Hi I
across, all subject to dower and home
stead Interest of widow.
Terms. I cash, 1 lu mouths and i
on 12 mourns time.
THE BURGESS WAGON
is givan up to be the Lightest Draught and Best Fin
ished Wagon in the market, as nothing but tha very
beit Ohio and .Indiana timber is used in their construction.
-( H? -A-IDSTTIZLnTQ- )-
From my farm near Mlllvllle, about
Ihe middle ol July Ust, a tine bay mare
with sucking horse colt. The mare has
an enlarged ankle on one hind leg: also
a line, large yearling mare mule o
mouse color. They are supposed to
have gone west. Any Information
given that will enable me to recover the
stock, will be lilieniltv paid for.
Addre, LKONtlJAS DUVAL,
Mlllvllle, Kay County, Mo.
Rotlct to leather.
I will hold an examinrtion In Rich
tond.-tbe 4th Saturday In every month
readier must not ask fur examination
at other time. THOS. M. UKACY,
V-ly- County Schoo! Com
MAN UF A THOUSAND.
When UmIIi art. hourly sxitsctril. all rttma.
ales having isilnl, suu llr. II. Jsmes was sa
psrifusniuttf wiin tue insur nro. ul i:airuiia
lis siv.itlcuUllr lllaU. s iirar!itl-u wtlioll eu
rail bis only nhilil of 50HSBEPTI0. Mis chili
Is now is tills rounlry, siui rMloyliis I Its br.
st hesllli. lis Iim iiroveil to Ills world tlim
sosnaput oan as no.llivsiy sna ueriiiiineiiny
ruiau. ilia ituoinr bow a1' inis rneai
fros, with full pttrtir.iilar. sltowliis tlisl st
sry oils ran lis hi. own physiuLn ant trspsrs
nis owa lutfuu'iue, only aMKmx him eaeu ra
mil lwoawu .tanui to iay ssoviims. J hi
herb aUo cures lilglil-eweals. Dauera at the
miaarh, anil will l.roak up a ri-vh nitu tu as
ouurs. Annie.s trwucl ct.,
10J1 Its-. it., rtuts. usiiims Uii.in.psr
of all kinds, both plain and fancy, prom p'ly executed on
the most reasonable terms Try us.
Special Attention Given to Repairing of all Kinds.
Call and tee u$ and Get "Bed ttock Price:'
Shop on Main Streot East of Shaw House. .
o. w. uscnwaicB.
We hare at OUT Lumber Yard, on th flnrner of Thornton anrl
North Main Streot, a Urge and
WHITMER 4 CO.. EXTRA FINE STOCK OF LUMBER
THE OLD BEUABI.E
LlVCry FCCd Stable Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Ksar thaw Haass,
Are prepateil at any and all lime
to accomodate tbe public with
Will convey pssenger to any point
doslred at a momenta not lit', llorse.
iMtanled by day, week or month, ea
re.isonah e tertiit.
Customers mav relr nit nromptiw sa.
grKMl turnouts, sale horse aud moder
Ami arcrything Appertaining to a flrtt data Lumber JYartl.
aiao Keep tne
URGEST STOCK OF PAINTS & OILS IN CO.
I We dralre the Cllizena of Itlchtnoml and Rny
County t call on tin nnil fxainlne our atock and I
I Ret cash ptiuea, IVKiMiienilier thl.
"SrSf HOOSIER GRAIN DRILL.,eiw
We are Agent fur tbe Durable and CVlobraled I
A. I 1ST W AG O' N",'
I wliicli liua wou tbe rloaei red repotaitpa of Ix'liig I
tlost Farm Wagon on Wheels.
I TLe ninterlHl and workintnahlp as ihia wagon
CAN NOT W. EQUALSI);