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HamaciikR
MILLS !
RICHMOND,
RAY COV NT V, MISSOURI.
. urtoqt tnri ni run
Wear n mni;farmrli'i a np"iinr
aettcR- ! riwr. Mini. nr.. at mir nillU.'
art rlil Him in k p cwnumwl jr on hsml
FLOUR and MEAL
o.ll (or and excbanie for
wheat and ewra.
Grist Grinding:
eflfcX Isl'SIIELS ami npwarda, ou
vre.ae.dav, Tbrdr. Friday
ad tiriiT, for
One-Sixth Toll.
ThanVlng the people of lUjr count?
generally. fr their liberal patronage In
lb pan, w anlidt renewal and eoit
llnnatlnn nf the unr. thinking we ran
give aatiafaerlon all.
J. R. HAMACHER t BRO.
T--t
Do Not Suffer
WITH COLD
TIIIS "WINTER
BY.U6ISG AX
Oli-Fashioned Tire Place,
Bri OO lO THE
s
E
TOVE STOR
. or i
A. J. BOTTS,
. AndpnrrhaM -rle
tTe Tor cry
little atonrr. nd build
Ihrrrin a roaring firr and
mM ynnrll nnijtlj tl-ibjr
ml Uka lite ew.f lor lb balance
of the wlnlrr. It la nm-Mary to nft
you a miff la chnp wood ot b'lng iu
coal. Vou iu.t Irll ht r. in fiv
tiiy tlx wiut-rdirrtUuus t
e;id Hie poll and pan
i that hare hole in
tlx-ta dowo to
Jack's Establishm't
and hare bem DM Ddrd In the mt ar-
tiatlc tnaiiiM-r. 11 you in-d Htivel
Irotiwanr Orauite Vitr-, Braa
Kcttlrt, CuflV allll. UirJ
Cajfr, Sail Ircu.. or a
ael of Ki.ivr and
Korku, Sv,
oranyiliii'a
In Mi Una
call at his (, on
the Ea.t ride of I'ublic
tqture, and grt wlwt yon
want anil pay fr wlut you get
and be hapiy. He will order odd
plalet fcr the niowe if tliotijtlit naMry
Ueat Awoniuent of Cuok Storra iu
Hay County aud will acll them cheaper
than an) body iu any euuuty.
VO.lL.
We are now ready ta deliver Coal
to
any part ol tin City from the
Diamond Coal Shaft,
Lately occupied by EniannH fliew. one
fourta uorlb ol Court Uouae. Urdem
for auy amount pruuiptly lill-d.
Imii ardrrt at Joy'a Xeal baoa with
. W.H. HAVIIISO.
rBICEH NIVE n-iiti per bushel de
livered, or t-ltill I rauu at Bunk.
(17-tf) rif aCKB k. CO
flEORCE
If -3NT--.
U McGEL
UEAl.KIt IN
FURNITURE
STOVES, !
TIN-WARE
;n et bl ie 1'utlU; Siiuare,
Ricn.na.Yi9, .no.
In the tine of Ctoi 8u.e. lie tin I
Unge the w.wld lur cuin-titiuii. li
ha. the
SUPERIOR
liiaiiiila4iireil by ll.e n!i, Ktove l
iifaiiory In lll-..uri. I Iti. Move I.
1-auiy. and WAUIIAMKO u, u ,
full e Milifjclioli. And I IK' ii-lelii'41
f iiaU'Miul fjiw, m hicli a'.'! 1 lit i:
froiii r.iiik ut i'Hik .Si v i, U a:ii"H)f t
I jf a'it tviiilrlij Hut lit lilt nf'
hi lu'ij. In i i iiiMiiy ail Iter lr 1 1
li 4 .ufj4rv to int'iiliiiii ii-n. t'Al
AXO KUU VOL tisKI.VKS. I
nt:utci:u r;t:(i:.
JV,I Lei-p e iil:nit y dm luild it i
treolej al nk el r ill hi. Hi
Ladies
Io you rrnt ft pair, bloom
Ina? Complexion I If m, a
few nnp; orations of H Venn's
MAGNOLIA BALK will prat
Ify yon to yoar heart' con
tent. It doe, away irllh Sal
lowpfss, Redness, Pimples,
Blotclien, urd a!l diseases and
Imperfections of tho sVln. It
OTcrcoms (!io Unshod appear
ono cf heat, fatigue and ex
rit'Diert, It male n lady el
1 niUTT oppear but TWfcV
TV; onl r.o natural, gradual,
and pe:feft aro Its ettects.
t bit It 1 1 tanowlble to detect
its application.
Sheriff's Sale.
Atatw of MlaatMin towa tf 4nrra A. Pavla,
lollritr nf May cvuat) , 11 i at in,
Jfancy B-rry and John 3. Bmy, lafandn'i.
BT trlwtand attiliorfiy rf n N reiil tmu
thn latuad fn m the t-laira t.f the 4 Wrk f
fit CflTntt I art of Ka o-iiitt, Hrat l ilia
vmri, in fvtr oMh Htalr f Mtaaoiirl l na
of Jam A. Mavia. ('rJtr f tta ootinty,
atxi a cam Nanry lUrr and John J. lurrv.
dm-4 Ocfofear 4lh, U7f. -Ml to ir ritt'rl
nlfhrr1 . I Ika WHln..;.i4 irrtd nf th
ntiaaifr ArraM. ar le iet titn tt r-ilw-In?
-rrttK-4l ral --lt aa ihc nriKTfjr nf iri
aii Saw? B rry Mm) -Inttn J . Htrry. towH
1 b km-k halt of tl aatithl fUrtrr of
lh ftnrihp4ii'arterM atiin viphtrvn tl).
townahiii flltv n fM), rariR twenc --
VI,), ano lh ntht4t rnvnaar of lh annth
wett quarter t f tt tiliimil quarter .nl lh
vmrfcotiat eritt of thr vulhiia qnarirT ff
tha norlliwpot qMttr ol rx'iltiai llMrtv-tt
(Ai.tnwnhii PiTr-two (v, r-nv twtatj
briiii ib w n latt'l l-rrilat In
tM t trwitioit, iml aold lu eitf'rr a ) wtal
tii for ihUkra tt-Dtaiii ft a: rtiM t4 ui(aid
Ikfrtma, tiua In la 4tmjr and f
ai4. aat I will, rfurinr in tMiui ol ttic Vlr
wil Canrtof aaiU eauuir, tt
Wednosdnj, No Timber 1S70,
btn th fennrv of n VI in th lof
hi' 't'etnea fn tl. a ftr r-Mit o awiif
dav. brforr ti r ."mhilwr f iiw t o in hnuftf,
in thr eit nf Kirhm -mi. all at pitldif auction
al) The ri(thl liihr atit inle.vst mhirh th mI
!iwv Bcrrv and J hn4. IWrrt naa in at tu
tha? atrnte U r-Tikat ro.it'( t iwnch
thrl a- will b wtiffi rnt to at ify th at
rmtn aforvtaid togatber wiih ll.e coat aud
rvarrv lhran,
1 b aai will in all txta barondurteO av
aortiiag to taw.
tllUS -IH.INM.
U-tJa Mtrriffut H.C.
SHERIFF'S SALE. ,
Allr L. MrDonaJd, rial at Iff.
Thonwi It. KUf and tiara 0. KlniC. Drt
T Tirtn of a apirlal riaraiioa iaal fmm
th ntlae at lUm i Wrk of th c rcuil c tun
f Kar antT. M iaorl. In In abnvr rtttlllnl
cu, datMl t ctoberlTih, A. I , lT am'. t
mrdirwiol. I, th uadvf-aiantl b her if u anal
uuat. wtlL oa
frldaf, MeTrmtif r Hib, is;),
at th aonth frl d nt if tn emrthnna In
aid etntotT, a:wl whiUt fha circuit court h ld-
in and far aaM rnnoty la in ai-n, be-
ean(MOdlltil hint A M , tl'l DOf P. M ,
f aaad Uay , pttbtl ly br aueiton f 1h hirti-
t buletor ft.r ceh in h.tml. An nndii.fx na-
tirin interrt in ih ioIIiwipj n-mbrd teat
r tt :ttl HtH'tia-H) oil a pntjarij if
antd lftauM 11. kti.c. I'-wu :
Bexiutttna at ihv corner i( m.i ( ritttatt
ami uiiw'.f it iu l'vrtiHi () Afrytnit, ar
rauxt iwvnrv-n tn ruv una t rana M) ,
tavutr.aiK a'nd T tw entt vra, ru- .
airtf fT'f lb uca ttiib (i.atj mn nuiHtir and
aatdaarttoR (U) a'iuin. Ihf mi rjri li'.lj i
Iwn Lnaxliad and if Thhi Dolva Iu a atakr. I
thrra aouih (ll'il uut kuHdinl ami trn p-r
It tii aiiMHi.i Riar, tltviica with Ilif umv
op atrram lc llito ur ran4 ( ) lirtuU
ail aad i twvwtr -Tro. lhaurc tiortM wiin
aid rang? Iuk In pmc f WcttininK
I IK IS. wriil.l.lll,
FURNITURE
xl. R.JACKSON,
(at aim or rvsi.ic t(i a.)
Keepa eoiulaiKlr ou band a lull stock
ol all kind of
Furniture,
rortttraHNcs,
Woodciitrarc,
Loot Ins Glasses,
Tinware, &c. &e.
He buys low lor Ch and cannct ba
unik raold lu Mnrtliwrst SI In in rl.
111, atock ol C ifflua I. ry larjrr and
h la pr -pared to All order for Coltlna.
L'wkett, or Urulic Caaea, illitr niglit
irday. '
Vail ST rxamlue Goodt,
W. R. JACKSON.
KEMP ZU
ilarbJo Works
lUCIIlJO.VO. MMSUL'IU.
UWARD W. KEMI'KR, PUOPUl'T'li
l.rina axnrad tha atnirt of f maT-T-l am
WuaaK, I ar tvi-arT-l to atf'rtn;
Wurk in my lit., in ilia Hnl matinirr
anil IU Ultil II l. I rat ttiabia
r"SATISFACTION11
laT.rM. Tho.WMiiiny woa
unatutt, TaiilrUwr'lijiiibtn.i air ra
ii.;J logiva m a ell. Mr awlio ia
rosf-CUSS WuM IT LOW RATES.'
I will trwiall si) wurkla Mar and wljula'
IvfKuatai. rti.'p oa teaa iri-et.
iltll'ltMON.MiE.UOCItAT.
A TEKRIIU.C DKIH. '
I hail a t.. Smith, nf rarlhsi. fcatea
lij III Mirtlnf I fimpAiil.
carih.r S. T. RrfiuMleaa. r
!! 1809 CUrlea L. Smith li ft
('Hrllmj;i'. havina rrei-iveil the
ftlimitifiti-nt of Amcricitii Cou
an! lo KnKia, willi rcaiilence in a
jeily on I In' A moor liver in Silie-
rut. Ho l'lt In ihe a M miner, ho
fonipiliili'il t liia wife, w lift tn he
loll with rt-imivfa in Clneiign.
Arriving in 81 Pr'irico, lie
li Rinril llinl the IhuI of tin trad
inn Iionta linil li ft for Ihe aenaon.
lieins ntixinna to renoli lua desli
imllon, an lie intemlril mjraginj;
in the fur liiiHiiiraa, lie took '
ange on a alii i tuiiiml for llonjr
Kon, China, wbrre lio liojied to
enifdiip iiBKHiigi1 ami reiti-li tiia
firalinalioli qnii'krr tliMti b wait
i.ijl the rrtnrn of the trailer.
Arriving at H nip Koiir lie lir
came apqniiiiiteil wilh a mi'niher
ofaw York Ann, who nflVr-d
him a clianoe to rnjtiifre iu himi
ncaa. lie would not rugnpp then,
but piiHlieil on an fat na poaailile
to hi ilrKtlnaiion. whrre he ar
rived in the azrinii of 1970. He
remuineil aevoml mnntha, an. I,
not lieinff ileAKetl with the tinni
ncaa or enmitrjr, he retarm-d to
to Until? Kong ami arcrptoJ the
offer nimle to liiin hefore.
Five men, iiiRlmliiifr Smith,
went on a tradinii eieilllion in
to the interior of tho Sonlhoro
part of China, where they were
aiicresaful, umaxaing large for
tune. They returned to the coaat, on
their homeward Journey, aud eu
caged a Chineae Junk to take
lliem lo Hong Koii'. When fur
out from the inin Imid the crew
of Ihejniik triitinieil, rolihed tiie
piiaaeiirrra and placed them on
a deaert iaUnd with neither food
or ill ink. It mi not long before
atiitvation t a red the nnfortu
unte tnoii in the fane. For eev-
rral diy they had anlaited on
a few herrie I1 cy found on the
iilnil. Thoae were gone, and
no ahip hud come to the rear.ne.
When at lnt they could aland
hunger mid thirat uo longer they
cant lota to tee who ahould die.
The lot fell on Smith, who, he
fore being put to death. r-n,net-ed
that hi rompnnion ehonld
nut let lii wife know the mini tier
of hi death if they were foiln
naie enough to return to Ameri
ca.. He wit then pat to death
nnd eaten by hi companion.
A ahort time thereafter the men
were readied hy a panning aliip
and mine to America, to New
York, where tliey reported Smith
dead, noiie, at the time, tint Ihe
inemliera of tiie lirm knowing Die
mxnner ol hi death. Two yeat
ngo a gen l Ionian nli.i hail heen
in correoiideiiee wiih Smith
during hi lifetime called on the
Sew Yoik firm and deniamled
Ihe psrlirulara of Sinilli's death.
At Brut they refnsi-d, lull after
wnrd dii-idi-d to tell him pro
vi.nug lie wont.i Keep il iroin
r..s. oiiiiiii, i He , , , . .
Iimmii L-i.l Mis, Riiiill, jlii.ff it,
I .'.... ... I
Chicago two weekHao, Ic.ii.ranl
of the in rin ne r of her hnsliaud's
death. The story come to ns
direct, and fioin auch good au
thotitv, that we are forced lo be
lieve it.
Xodaa OjierSBdl of Oplnia Smoking.
(Ou4l ''oiopanr. Numlr Twf )
Having iu this strange place
prepared a place for us, our
celestial guide motioned n to
enter, A wile couch ot mailing
was stretched aero the little
aparimcnt, and in the middle of
it was a light simitar to Ihe one
Ht the door, save lhat it was
covered with a glass shade open
ed at ibr top. The tiny liame
snpplied all the light needed aud
a tire, ton, aa we shall aee pre
sently. We stretched ourselves
"ch side of l'ie '!ght, aud
bada Mir guide make the pipe
it. il. for u.
He left u a moment and pre
sently came it-k with two lilt'e
ailvercnp of opium. They were
about an inch and a half in dia
meter, aud a quarter of an inch
in de ilh. What they contained
looked like very black molasses,
though somewhat thicker. The
young man took a knitting needle
aud dipping one end into the
mas lifted a drop or tao of it
and thrust It into the flame of
ihe lamp. It spluttered and
swelle I in bubble. It boiled
itsell into a substance like shoe
maker wax. ihe young man
then siexed Ihe pipe ; it had a
bowl a big and something ihe
shape of the stein half ol a hart
ietl pear, and was attached lo a
I ii lie a big aa my thumb or big
gcr. The aieilure in Ihe pie
wa hardly larger than ihe knit
lilig needle, and between that
cr liter and Ihe circumference
there wa a hard, smooth. Hat
surface, upon which Ihe waxv
ma wa twilled till it look the
a'lapeof a bobbin. Then he took
mote opium aud repeated th
p Oi'es ; this he did over aud
over urn il half tho opium hud
b -en transferred lioiu ihe tint
cup to the needle.
'Ready now," and my pliie wa
prcMMited In me. I put my ,
moiit'i to the stem exactly a a
eorue il put hi lip in hi iu
stru ueiit, and drew in mv bre.nl,.
while Ihe Chlnnuiaii insetted the
opi tm. neeille and all, into the
.peil ire of Ihe pipe, holding H
.id the lime in the ri'inie nl the
lamp. The bent solleued the
upturn. Ihe m i-die aa withdrawn
and my mouth was tilled a ilh
the fumes.
They were nm disagreeable.
Th 'ie wa a little bitterness, but
nleii hifc Mica. The opium
aput'wri'd and buiucd aud I drew
in the .iiioUc,
Queeu Yirioiia is said to be
possessor of twenty liva grand
lill.lren. If we were n queeu
and couldn't make a beltersbtw
ins than that we'd sell ont. I
lutrllliral Vtnrkaea Nsea'ee'.
Notice m taken in a reeent
Isane of thin uaiM-r ol tha expe
rience of a large snoe utanntnM-; t
nrer or I Ma elate, who advertis-
eo In liwon mil .v lorn lor
23 nhoe tiller to work In hi fao
lory, off .-ring full current ratea
and ateady work. Tlit aiKer
tiaenient Uronghl one applioa-
' turn.
AUont the aame time a Hoslon
firm advertifd for a book keep
er, aud the next day'a brought
347 answer.
During the aame month an ad
veriiHt'inent for a clerk, in a l)e
troit pner brought 1.10 api lea
lion the 9 rat day, and a gicMtrr
number or letter ami peraoual
applivAtion the tie it tU.v.
An advertiwenient for a week
in the aame city, culling for a
iMrpeuter, brought only four ap
plication.
It i altogether probable that
in any roniderable city in the
land, an adTrrtiaeinetil for a
book keeper or retail clerk will
bring fifty time a many replic
aa an adreiiiaement for a lair
workman in any trade.
It in alao probable lhat In any
and every city (be average earn
ing ol clerk are nowhere near
o large aa the earning of work
men of average skill in the va
rious trade.
Farther, it is fairly certain
that with eqiinl capacity, iudoa
try, and thrift, tho young man
who learna any trade will achieve
a reasonable competence aooner
than the young man who alick
to clerking; white the chuncea
for materially improving one'
condition are more numerous iu
the trade l linn behind the coun
ter or at the deak.
Why ia it, then, that the boya
all want lobe clerkat Why i
it that intelligent parent encour
age them iu looking for a chance
to 'grt into baineaa," and in
looking down on mechanical etn
ploy men t aa though there could
be auy calling any more wretch
edly mechanical than average
clerking t Why i it that teach
er almost invariably train their
pnnils to -'look above" ruocliuu-u-hI
pursuit t
What the country want now
ia workmen intelligent, indna-
triou. tbrilty workmen ; men
who ran do skillfully the work
lhat waita for the doing who
nan invent new and better pro
cessea lor developing the crude
re!onrce of the laud, and for
converting brute in liter into life
sustaining and life eiiriuhiue
wealth. Mere clerk and record
keeper are at a discount.
There are too many of I hem.
And the profession'', o called,
are nlmixt equally crowded witli
men who have nothing to do.
There never waa a time when
ability to do something real aud
practical was worth ho much a
now. Y'et our young men swarm
after clerkship. Why ia it t
Scientific Amrricnrt.
Aa tpiwal for the Capitol.
T,, gedalia Jemocrn gels the
bulge on JctTersou Cily as fol
. " -
ow
..Ve do not wish to appeal
proud or indulge in exultation.
hut pcrlulp the peoplo of the
I oiled States have heard thai
Ihe bones ot a mastodon have
been exhumed near Sedalia.
1 hi mastodon in the flesh must
have been about ttie size of ten
or fifteen elephants. And when
we come lo think that the peo
ple who lined to live in Seilnlia
once saddled up auch animals as
these and rode over to the ltocay
Mountains lor an evening gallop,
we cannot help entertaining a
feeling akin to pity for the peo
pie of Jelterson City, whose an
cestors' only means of locomo
tion were wooden dug outs
diawn by pidly w..ga. Nature,
as Well as art, intended Sedalia
for the capitol ol the Slate.
About 300,000 voter think the
same way. ovdalla la mnstouo-
man.
Cau'l Hub It Out.
"Don't write there,'' said a
father to his son, who writing
with a diamond on the wiudow.
"Why not I"
"Because you can't rub it
ont "
Did it ever occur to you. my
child, that you are daily writing
that which you cannot rub out
Yon made a cruel speech to yom
mother tbe other day. It w rote
iiaell npon her loving heart and
gave her pain. It ia there now,
aud hurts her wheu aha thinks ot
it-
You can't rnh it ant.
Yon wished a wicked thought,
one day, in Ihe ear of your plat-
male. It wrote Itsell on hi
mind, and led him to do a wicked
act. Il is there now. You cau'l
rub It ont.
All your thoughts, all yom
words, nil our act, are written
ou the book or memory, fit
careful, tbe iccord is very lust
lug.
You can't rub It out. Ex.
Mock Miuoe Pie. One cup of
bread cruinlw, one-half cup ol
cuier vinegar, one half cup oi
aiiled cider, one c,up of water
one cup of ramus, , ono cup oi
sugar, one - cup ot molasses, on
tiiblespoonful of butler, one lea
pooiifiil of cloves and olio tea
poonlul of cinnamon. Hcuh
together aud bake between two
Cl list.
A woman may wear Iter iiai
knocked into auy coinie'valib
shape, mid it i prouon'.ced per
lecl'.y lovclj ; butjiii'.i let a ma
jam iu ono aide of Ihe lie; lit
wear, and he ii at ;ince pio
claimed it Disl da rowdy.
What i I lie difference bclweei
a faiuter und a bo tile of whii.ky
One husband the corn aud lb
oilier com the' husband.
The kihi'I boy ia u a wrriiiui'
foi a i air of hoots into w lib b li
vau tutk the legs i f his tiouseis,
Tkt Csailita ThMIe Law.
The following Ri-a ( lift proyie
Ion of Ih luw 'for Hie deslrno-
tort of Canada
Mar Wlll) ,.HHFi
thlnlcs i The
by the Twenty.
ninth General Assemble, ami
waa approved April 9tb. 1877.
It ruakea it the duty of every
owner, leasee, or other occupant
ol land, whether Individual or
corporMvte, to cut down Canada
thistle growing on audi laud,
under penally, il (he aeeda come
lo niatinlly, rf ten dollar lor
every plant ao permitted lo go
to seed, such sum to be recover
dd by civil action iu the name tf
Ihe road overseer or other per
son having charge, of the street,
road or highwava In the district
or where a cell thistle may be
allowed to grow or go to seed.
In the case of nnocenpied bind
belonging to lion resident, road
overseer are directed lo destroy
auch thistle glowing thereon, fol
which purpose they are author
ized to call out the road hand in
their district aa for road work,
and Ihe expenae of the work ia
directed to be taxed against the
real c atate npon which Ibo thl
tie are found. In the public
highway the overseer are to
destroy the thistles aa part of
their road work. All stiaw or
hay which ia brought Into the
State about packages, ia requir
ed, muter penalty, to be bnrntd.
IVrson knowtiigly vending grass
or other seed among whicli there
ia the seed of Canada thistles are
made guilty of a misdemeanor,
and the proseculing attorneys
are directed to prosecnte all
cases arising under the law.
Properties of Ike I'apaw Tree.
Interesting further correspon
dence has, according to Nature,
appeared in the British Guiatia
lioyal Uazette, relative to the
qalilies assigned to the iruil ot
the pawpaw tree. It has been
recently asserted, in an article
in the Pharmaceutical Journal,
"that the most interesting prop
erty attributed to it ia the power
of its Juice to render bad flesh
lender." .Mr. Mouroe, ol George
town, furnishes certain facta
which, be says, are known to the
native of British Guiana relative
lo this fruit. A horse tied near
one of these trees rapidly lose
health, and a stud horse becomes
useless. Any pressure of the
body of the annual leaves au
inelastic indentation. The sap
ut the tree will sol ten steel ; aud
before the process of tempering
was known in the colony, I he
hUcksiuilh UoCil to drive I heir
buttle chisels and plane vines
into the wood, lea vinglliein tuere
for a day or tao; aud tough
meat, wrapped iu Ihe le.u for
only a fvw mit nles, becomes ten
iter ; and Ihe same thing hap
pen il il be ausprnded against
tho tree itself. The Heed ol the
lipe 'nut is an exni lletit vermi
fuge, ami children hive a great
parii.iliiy lor it. British Medical
Jouruul.
A Valuable Acre. One of our
render semis us Ihe following
clipped 'rum a local paper, aud
asks "who can heal it:'' "Mr.
Malhlti Wclleniloil, of St.
Mary's I!k county. - Pa., ha an
acre of ground Iroin which lie
Ibis year produced 150 bushels
of tin nips, 1 10 bushels ol poia-
loes, 00 bushela of corn, 1 l i
bushels of bean and two loads
of pumpkins. The turnip at 40
cents a biihbel me worth $30;
the corn al 75 cents, (1.3 ; the
beans at $'2, t3 ; aud the pump
kins at 12 a load, It, which
make a grand total of (200 as
the proceeds of one acie."
A Taukee a li aulas Asuiiral.
How a Meiidetii boy became a
Kussian admiral makea an enter
ing romance. The sou ol Hev.
Simon Ftule.r Williams, a cele
brated Massachusetts clererman
called to MeridolU iu 1790, tan
away from a Laconfn employer
because the latter thrashed him
for spending his evening wilh
the girls, lie took also J00 be
longing to bis ' chastiser. who
pursued him to postlaml, reach
ing there two days after t lie
youngster bad shipped on a Rus
sia i hark. The vessel was at
tacked by pirates, but the boy of
seventeen, witli the assistance
of two sailors, mounted au old
swivel, tilled witli iron scraps
ami sank two boat loads of hu
es nee rs, thus saving the ship.
lor this the Cxar trained
young Williams up iu the royal
navy, of which lie became ihe
head, hi title being Count Zin-
cherscotr."1 He subsequently vis
ited this country and paid the
Laconia man lua fll(H) au I inter
est, all in gold, saying he would
return to Uussia an honest man.
Timet That I n a Mau'a Soul.
When lie pop the question.
When hi wife wants to talk
and he doesn't.
When he writes to hia big girl
aud has to wait to months for a
reply.
When lie poke his brad into
hia last clean shirt and litids 110
luinon on behind.
Wheu he buy a new pair of
boot mid discovers two big
nail slicking up iu the heel.
W lien he hurries around the
corner and lunds sipiare in me
arm of a man who holds bis I O
U.
When lie lakes bis girl to a
olc 11I0 aud discovers that lie ha
'eft his pocket bo jk at home in
hi old pant.
When be come home early In
he morning aud hi wife wants
0 hold a little debating society
lu the lower hall.
The H 11 pi cine t on 11 ol l'eiin
'Vlvunia ha decided that Alle
gheny coiiuly is lesponsible for
all the damage occasioned by
ihe big riot at I'iiuburg.
A son of Ailoi'iey-Oeueral
llatdin. of Kentucky, although
only fonrteen year old, ia six
feet blah, weil lu,' 11'.' pounds
HO.LTHITGHES,
We nnnoiinco to tlie people of Hay County, and nil thus doing
Lusincss in lUchinoml, that weliAve moved to tha
-(irEs,,w
On tie Soulhwont Corner of the TuMic Square, where we nre now
rcct-iving nnd opening n liamlnome Stock of New Goods,v em bracing
alnioHt everything kept in this market, consisting in part of
SI
All of wblcb are of the latest and most popular style, Boots & ShOCS,
Hats & Caps, Queensware, Glassware, and a geuerai stock
Groceries, Bl1 ol which will be sold aa low as can be bad iu any place iu
TiiiX 8JECTMO.W
We are doing a legitimate business, and bare adopted tie one price
GIVE US
and al! our Goods are marked in plain figures. We are determined by strict
application to business and straight forward dealiog to merit a good aiiare
of the trade of this section.
t$T All Goods Represented as They Are.
Mo Will Take Pleasure lu Showing Ton Onr Hoods.
COME ISTD SEE US
AND
WE WILT, DO YOU "RIGHT.
SOL'TIIWUST Olt.F,lt OF PUILIU
RICHMOND. RAY COUNTY,
s lAMt.iiiTiniin
bLAllbml I n I lib
and
aBaasa. Ml I
repair &nop.
R. D. ASBURY,
TTavinir rnmulrtrd hl SliOD. I now
I 1 prepared to do all kind, ol work in
hi liuti.
ill Kinds of Marbtne Bfnair
work done. Bpeclal attention given to
HOttSK SHOEING.
Having annnelnted with my HVk
tmuhiug, the well-known workman,
W. P. STRADER,
And ia prepared to Uo
ALL KINDS OF WMDrVQIV. ,
from
stocking s hoe, up to s bugy.
MANUFALiXltE
Farm and Spring Wagons
ri.oVM, kic.
atarSueclal slteuuon will pv given to
REPAIRING,
1 ut price to n it tiie hard tltnm. Give
iu cull.
bllOlJ"t South oftlir Sliiiw rion.
R. D. ASUL ItV.
.A.. J. Dresleri
Merchant Taiicr,
Kant !Je of the Public fequar
Richmond Tfa.
VVoillil ftrtit'Micicto t laa eilfrti ol Rich-
moii'l ami Kmv coiiiiIt, thutlir lnuourn-
rl k Murutmiit 'i'mlorlnr fotublialiuienl
on Uh". iUr ol Ilia I'ublic S jihtre,
over Wm. Mitmlull i iitxt ant hhm
Htnre. and I-pn n.irfj to cul an l livikc
Qeittlfini'iia Cluthlnjr In the Utel aivl
il n I beat mnniter. Charon rconble
mul antiafNCtlon ;iiaranUHj.
hdrliiMMlafuriiUlied to Urder-M
MAKUfACTUREt DF A DEALEI IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
Store on Eaat Hid Suture,
RlrhmoBd, Mo.
at. in 1
ry-A rati siii.Il or ,
LADIES' AND HISSES'!
FINE SHOES & SLIPPERS
U-AIm a rull Siock of
LADIES COARSE SHOES.
Wa manufacture oa ahort not la, an4 Ia a
vjorkioaohk maunar, all atylaa
MEN'S
Fine Boots and Shoes,
Thankma thaC'tUawa ofKiehmondaud thr
pcobit of Uay totiuty fr ilwir patronage hara
tofoia, I rirr-tfully ruiuaataeontintaiioA
tha aa, and bni
"BY FAIR DEALINCt
a m.rit in. In lha prawat aad fut ji
Mending Done to Order,
tttvt seieirio tsaoioita
TRA0X MARK. TM Orwir-M'M TSAOt MARK.
K.waSri ia
.IblU Mf. a.
ana) ail
aaaajni
Htfart TaLlaa. 4 a -a wleataf AIW laWiata
aaatar-.t altaraallaaaHaaa ra la ta Haafe. fraaawal
(MM piea-aitr tM aa. aaa a aiaa " taal
.aa-t i laaa any raaawaailaa. aaa fraaaataraUra.
T faa aarUMaaea la aal aa-. vaark aa aaataa a
aaaairairawiliaaaryaaa. " r a aartaa aVaawato
m-m ay all rvw at II ia aaaaa. ar a)a aMaaa W
a). aiisMawaalf aki aa laaatat af taa ataa-i af
tuk tttAY iKBirnt co..
Maewaaw a taaaa, Bataatt. AataV
Sold by Drtif rial )B B hmoatf. $ alaawbaru
iiit ma i-a one i-1"1)' vv
Ait'l I'Mt Ui
In Uid raafi wr plain, at vt
w f ri -a
WI MR HALL
raaa. laaiMiaat. 4r. Af
W oeiUon A Bro.'a Old Hi and
i FMiCY DRY
Lnrge Stock of Clothing,
FURNISHIH6
Cash System
aKwxn.
I'CCMINAL PAGT1LLE'
" 1 1 I A alwiba, t,iawa-TT
I ' '"Bbbw I sw lrw a .t !-
aval aciaace. aa saiii'f f
r a 4 fUfj sJ.a
ua btaavlf lr i amir
a 4 i --. I In al
Luminal availaaiua A
ALLiuauoa la I a ki
il D-?a
rati a-aj af Ia D . ub ty itMip llS, aW iitrt
Ht a. aBM.t.a uIkki t. LaaiuaJ Taa t.ea, Kju
u.aiory uvaia rraaiata utaj.o, a u -v
at t.i !"( J 4 Mm ai an i.a at u ....iasa, s. a
isma aM aa'rl.ra aitl laa arwiaary ara. at kij MM
V il'r .vle4 lai MM araarfcvl. ivin n . im
a taia aajws.af a-4 raataeitita ecl - kluI a.4
a'tcsl ru1i'-at vrsxael VFa tei: aLsrt I car east I.
aatMrf i. J rail ! He ',m. raatanr, I- an ail t
aai'iii b4 auaaJ anerworj, t tus r'aauasa tt
aV'wlit .'rwnuai Tlkilit. e .i - n cf fuj. iwi.
t oj to accHwt, riO-. ro., a w iim a iari (a crcXS 1
tura aid aca it.-i7anuf I r.V.a, -4 nut-
U i
an. TLaa Ja sf i. uuaeat aaa U4 fta bat
at ea-tw a H a (Marc .. Ur,ta
I aawew rraaaiwea i inaaa si .. sti, sa aaakr I.
watawsa la, aa)b bvt !Hta If a tarsaraajf (okl. Tha
aaaaawaaa as w ifcat Pre para a- a. I txtn) aatanaa
taaj la a-fwl fttn tkat rt aaa (a ftmti aa, kaaf
taaaaea c itsaaM aa la lu suaa. f-i t n oaca4
fer ta llaJsial I ra.aj la fc ti ( Ml raUl at-a
at ! pax uaelf araJta UUI w,:l r.a atfao:;
C.acaaarai af raatai-g sittsn.t lata r ': t km.i
aV-ai an '" ao aw i-aa ittM UW I
IaMr!aTai '
k-f laaa. 1 a. ) rt i,-u 11 ( ti rM alia, ;
I. a. i. raM.a aa lms a v.i-. J at 9. a, VatMai i
r;a74v:-:r
l ,gf M tha ! ' Tl. Vt-Ae ata 1. hi
it-t. r ill TM U fcfTl lllaia faaaalra a II anaaaa
S'if.fff? Txi. -,a.. .'
(xal l Wt"lwa
lntritiaaa, k.at U
ISM ttea a aa fwaaM
fuel Kilaa vtN r I
Ma Waiaal law aUBp ta
)
raw t M'tatl
ia. aaaM aa tr or xmtmti.
. U OMLT ay taa
HARRIS REMEDY CO.PF 6 CHCKISTi
a.4krt a4 U an. T. LOUIft, MO.
a a A traaa in your own tows, and
I 1 1 at rpital rikrt Yu ran Kit
B tbr lauainrwa a trial wi bout ri
iiftr Tl r tat oporttin iiy r
r nflirril for IIk wMlinjr
ora. You ahould try not nine;
until you f.ir oarf!r
what fou can do at tha tiuatoaas
re olvf. rMim lit asulaia hara Y on rau
drv'iivall Mtur tinit or nnly your rj-ara tlnia
to tti l.utinea, aid ma Via frrrat tmf fur fTrry
A iur lhat 5tf wttrit . Wurtirn inaka aa antic
aa mm. fe4 f ir aptvial ttrtiaia trna and
iiartirulara which we mail fre Anntflt fVf
1 nt c inpUiN of hanl I unti whilt yo a
aurh a thane. Addrvaa
7- I. i N. HHIFTT 4 CO Padraad. Miat,
QOOKStVSILLIUi
laraa, aaw and pw tray 1 eta C- im
aliaek. anniayax woa aavaav uher
'tl.e ftillaot a fit ra. A .uate,,
W wa ii naiJMctaam afW . r , K n aVa.
- af Viffciuiiy ,Traraawit4. tHaiti-
IW awaw,.aw. aisjiv 'wj ta
lantiu ., au twai, C'-K-aar a- A s! tlrlrv
aaritaaaiWiB, sjt srw t i'uJbl, Aa-i lai l trrw. rrat.-
C.j4tal L.Ciwaa.an.Canavv:aMail.Urea4r mi
t jaal 1
ah. j. IrvxM
af MVpruai . St:iria 1m A f'i-j.0", Laa at Mar 1. a:
inpns. it.-a.aa: i nut 17c in tti:w a'.a c 1.
aaa vn
2iACawaafa-MtLart WW a, tan raujBatllo.4l-twt
lum. irsrai iirhtitfa
ajiauiM naai..i, t.i -J aaaa.
'THi PRIVA1C MCpiCAL
Ou i-poilia.ciiacrTnoaa.Ciltet,tKi
mi a-poiiia.tjiiacrTnoaa.uit ev. :rjta.-a. v ; tc
:1a, eV..aia0aai jirm tUM 1 b . r .jt u U Dtuii;!.
itwat ajirih ium ic .i..j(uu IX
lUmcy. Awn avir-Abwat arvt KsaMaa,r
Htutaff, Lsaa 4 Ntiaal eaa . atll t iiaama. l.n-
arnaear or anhapav, a ti-g ittainawni. a II jrravt aa
wa-aaatanaarrsHa V taa a-a afaU y.i ia -a-,
a vat DJ aiaMa. t. J fce-t.
laiUt4 A'T.tl L;e.a-a ta K ta'-J U Wwi. l!r '
EaLLsa-taBgyi -uitn-sr
a .lTViina .11 tut .-., tiii;.ik,itfwP:'-i ai. Ji
tai I'taattkO is.a-M' eau-aci-. ttrrv lui - fi: fi f trt
ti tvsla-ta tiUl U Hu'lli kauri if. Ihl . jarM'V(l Tmu .
aM..itsrtaaavta-4UrM '.irX aVk Mb:iUwL Tl
muUt ta aa Haw.rml kii.iu.n of a..' j ra u afUi
t aa a vHl artwMi,a.iI . iviar t' a, am! . tt'w fr 1
a-rnt la.a iaa, ul tax f ffaal va- Une uf:
Itag frv.n Isapsuitisa el tUa atahwaa. aarlr rra, I. at r
ar any efu-j au tumua treauil-a at'i nUr laa !en..l
la taa;
mTaia h vurwui. 1 "r .sra u-i
ya-ani 1 fari utfi '. i.
ft.-M. a aa.u.,skaj ivW.w.. liak.il lalb. lr-a.-nt
clinaatta tiaaa.a aal oaa.i;caac I caaaa. iiu, i.i.
rikaaa, flteai, atflslk svttirkiu- tl t 1 ..T 'l '-a
tUsa ar ArraaHal a.1rv1 o nf t'i thrrl, ak.a ar U
tiaaiaat, a A utti, Hit ut i'ii f Statn. '
y li&.aui7!il
f TUBB katasaa a
1 aaaaraa tk aw II
-,-i".aUitaa. -
11 aiilTJi la. lira all pfaaa' g natw ( 1' v
lk.1 iv avill lain a.ftL la
n Haaw..wattoi'atit rnna. aii. af r
-i-a
a mnth guarui;tei. 1 a Hay
rt ho mm miiili bv ta iHdiiairioua.
t apllal ri'tl riitr t t II alart
ritii. Men. nmH. bora and '
iiirla make tmtnty iAtr al w-rk
i r ua than at anv air-a. Tha 1
work la Jijilit and tlaatti( aud am h aa any 1
out ran go riajht at, ThM tth ar win who t
yK .hia notira- will aeiid ua Ihrtr adlr at
nnct and ara fur tntmaflvra. toatly outfit and
termi fit nw ia the tfiua. Tlite a I read y
nt a la)ir ut larw aamatif roonay.
AJdraaa TRUE it CO At-iU, Mi int.
m
Fnaf. Uarrla. aft na it rata of araa. atdaat fav
Irai raxcA aaa tii-Mjwai, toctf ajitA aar nca
a 1 aaa ittnantaBwaitii laraa naataar areas at auaaj
itaaat iat t ' aa in auipiii'0'"(an inist
M A-aaa. av BwV I let a,Uura aa autnaaB I
WOMEN
AM
MAIDENS
LEUCORKHCA,
Viu.r Albaa
arnuuia
uilrraliVllil a--til. ul'l
a rsp'tl J U-v-itaihf a "fa af tavaJt, iiwtrblt al
f-ieH f a.-aUJi' nT'fr n(,r t i o t Il A a fl.a urtt.
'of. liin ( I ail. aria dpa.lrB ta .ii'dn ir,
A l r-t ' T ' ite'aH I !. 'I. fpiital alirtatlf
t I ll.t I af fir J.rili, ftotl t vi i I LBuaira hcrlad
loMf, i'a .HCtai tfliata aix.lai ai ai'l Ctf ratt
t1 rt- In (ji lira: a all l.a r.ew It Hrenava) wit n
a-'-" r t- '' nmi4.. 1 1 J'. t i vfti'tti ('! W11U lha ar
liaa r t 1 t . Is a ill jm at lilt. I itrular attatt t ia
..4r- 1
I II . ....
ar . a.i
I..!.. V.I!
nt... a t.
t, a urey irtmii vatabiaii"iit
iral a:aiitLattatittiaa, wh
. 1'' I, it" "f ta lat a 11 tti.th.1
iiruahu .... a B. Mi 1
a t r a- 1, 1 li n.M 1 It ll n 1 1
1 . 1 i
T.".
lil.M
a t i4 a ki- a ;ttt.t,a
yt
t.ilUrTtal(raampli'at aiitMlt 4a.i -.!
;)
ut A iieili,a'4 1 uaim'.fbr a " ia ua
it 4 I iiata it.w.It Hfr !ad ia aVIrtta atalth,
larikg ataru( -.'l'ii i" an
feaAllarrit Vat.nal 1 - ttcan Ua a Lha raety Aow
iiAPnis rexcav co.rTO.CMci::Ts.
a a aa
AMU:
uuu
mmm.
I
uih.a
waciag
friUS2
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A TRIAL
MIl'Altli,
MISSOURI.
NhAVBAKERY.
EESTAURANT
NO HTM or SQUAUK.
Sleals at all Honrs
Jlremt, taken and
IHt'H a Specialty,
Fresh Oysters Any style.
17-ly
al. 4. OcMAVm.9, I rwprlatur.
11500
to Minoa jfir, nr S to fto yr
tat in jMtr Q ljCalil
nak. Wnit-h t!i aa mail m
n.rn. Ilan) nf.ikt moif it aai
l immui ait'ril ahota Na
ran lail lo Itiak moi.av fat
An tra tan ) ilia- wia. n caa 'mva
fnini fp-c l $i an liour hy tlrviitln yuui aaa-
""O'lIlM In II ll.r btlail.ra. V-llllrtf Ilka it
li.r nitti mcalrit aar ttTf ril ht-foic. Huai-
bltaaanl a d atltoi y h-n... Table TaMlar,
.ii.iiw.iibouiihabi
lMlaltla trfurf h llll'I t . Mil Ui TutlT art -
then ami ia will aai.it vt.u full ia rt irti I air a
jaiidriati.n.afrai aniplca wi IK al.o
II..; ).U
an i tin; lMll up .ur aiiua r.r
( EORCE VtTnEON. Porttina. Main.
i-.ura-ir.
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THE BEST
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
F02 1IAII CS BEAST.
Whrtt a mrrtk-lnA hm Infnllllrfy don
(fa wtirk In tuU'limw of rnava for men
than n tblrd of n r-nttirv; whn It wta
n'Mthfl avarv iert ot 1 lin vmrlil : hn
! numixM lm faHilhra rttrrwh r n-
a itai It Um nly auin nlln..fn In 4-fta nf
nam r nttrntaiii. ii i nrutir i;ira iu mil
aucb A ancdictltd
THE BEST OF ITS KIND.
Thla 11 tho tyaaa ;h (h Vrrgfran
MiaalMiiax Malint uti Kv rv until
I brliiralutotllKmirottf u a al amble horat HI
tarta, ma a.iiy 1 r hi aitvcai ai iw in
liatrt aia4aiart, tiio liiT' .a til rrhan.
raatm ovarruiitti. au af n lliniiaantl-
Irtivl-ona otltor b uaalnna atnl uirrcA-a
ierftrind br tli.t vU rvtiublti Mti
loam Mwatni'a; l.lHtiMaut.
II forma of nuiwartl d An
flMuttlly i'liioal by lliu
MEXICAN
llnalnna; l.lnlmont.
It )intrHti tititarlf, mirnhmnn And
llaauo. tu l Ua vary Itoti", bunlaKlHai yalu
I himI curinaj ajiattaaai h pawrr tit I
i iiHvar fnlla. Il t- n mMrlitj itrl-'l tiy
. nvaryUiMly, fiout lite rmnehw, wba riUiu
MUSTANG
nvartho artlltary pTnlnfc, tollio tii:ti hnnt
priiica), ami ilia wiHMlcutlvr It' aplila
itiifo I w lh tlio AXt.
It curt a Hhcuumilam wlnm aJl otlwr
apt'Hi'ailoua (nil.
Tula wumlnriul
atfaitil rttroa aticu ailwcnla uf ihv
IU' MAM lrl.Krtll aa
HA a wauatlaat . Mrrlllara. ffita?
Jalatta. I ittarar Ital Maiaalaa, llarun
ana) Aonlda, 'ta. Arulaas aail
Muralata. falioutit I lira a taal
faoraa, Oaara. krattUUt, I All Ma lata
ItaaVad ovary forua nf aua'iakl Ala
aa
It la Iho rrtat at attmailv At tho ilia-
Wort I or a i'l At III ou in in whit b tlir
W ItHltra I itraliaia ai 1 anlilatft lLi.iL 1
H wr-r lrt'u known It ciua
KM a.... a... at . aa 1 ta M .....
T Ottitilrr. Marnt-s bare a, t.r I'l
et', aV'wot Hoi larraav tVai aw. A. t.
Ilaalfow Ilnrii, Hrinlcfctra, M l.id
um I la. aVuo,ln. larrv. Hna.itaah
;iia rvtraa, rmi r:rii, iiaa Man
tho Alltt and ororr aytajaa alliuvwi
la avtak A llao r.-umseio of tlo
Alabla und Alwta arrl tra lUbl .
A Iwt-'iii flv n ni IkmUm if oxlunn
Mua'tiiiaJ Llnlmtnl I'M tiru n'rHtl a
aulitnii.t) Imiawt, n Ilia ou eruiubra, ot
yt'aia lf Irtrtitir),
It Itrala avKHoaii 11 vWnr. It grvat't
ho v iy 1 'Mil ul liMi utallri', iH'Uuiiw iiUj
otuu tho biHir.
It miioa vvtryniafy. And illanppnlnf -
o olio. It luia bii tu attmtly 11-tt lur
nioia Ihaa twcutyflvo yanra, iUU ia
,tualllkily
THE BEST
OF ALL
umnum
ros uan oa mast.
awiMi an inn
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