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W. N rr hi no 111 tuo share ol adverthlnu
''AlUinmiary notices ow ten lines, Mid nil
reiolulli'iia 'n rr(K-ci, a ceiim wt inn-.
ul All triiiiHlfiit InenU It eent ar line first
In-iibm, aud a eviil ier Hue carli subsequent
llli. l'iral advertiMna HI statute- ralea-fl
Pit .iuun- ut einlil Itucti noiipnrlH (Uili lyiei.
nth. Au.J"b work r'Aail on liKl.ivfcnv. 'i'lll
Kill' V.III ' HIIIKTI.V HdlH'lVll til.
Yearly WlVflllHIIIK : line IIK'll, 101 quarter
cnl it, 0411; lull! enuilnn, lft; unu eulurau,
I'ollUllllH i Illi'lll-K III lell(lll.
Unrklea a Arnica SUUTe.
Tli bust Mlvoln the world for cut,
bruises, sores, ulcors, salt rheum, fever
ore, tetter, chapped hand, chilblains,
conn, and kln eruptions; nd poiltively
cure piles, or no pay required. It la
aruarauleed to give perfect satlslantlon,
or money rufunded. 1'rlc X5 ecnU per
bos. Hold by J. D. Taylor. ai-j
Kntfllah Spavin Luilmei.t removes
all Until, boft, or Calloused Lumps
and Uletnishes from horses. Mood
Spavin, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ktllles,
bpraiiis, Sors and Swollen Throat,
Couiths, Ktc. SavetriO by the useof one
buttle. Warranted by VI. VI. Slosby &
tuu, Drugtfists, Kicbtiiond. tMy
8TRAU3E & SON.
rrourletori Hilo .Mtrter'jieat Market
We are now furnishing the beat meats
ot all kinds, and will mak and sell
aausairc, bead-cheese, Ae. In season. We
buy only the bast .of animals, butcher
them carulutly and handle oleanly. We
ask a continuation of tha patronasra ol
the public -tf
We have lor sale Hit Uial Creasoo
farm, 1-4 mile west ol Orrick, containing
240 acres, all under fence and well Im
proved. New two-story bouse with 8
rooms, two-story smoke-house, line new
barn 40x40 feet. Splendid corn land; 60
acres In wheat.
JSouer t lea.
Parties wishing to borrow money, ou
long time, at (air rates of interest, on
real estate aecurity, can have their
luaus negotiated by addressing
J AUKS H. lilllt'II,
ait. Joseph, Mo.
I want to buy all the furs and pelt in
Kay county, and will pay the very
liijilii'4t market price in cash for the
tame. Bring ill your fun and get the
caau for it.
Office at the Wasson House, Klch
Don't buy your school books until
you price tiioae sold by Dr. Taylor. 11
lieu aid Gloats
At Keduccd Trices.
In order to reduco stock I
tun ottering my entire line of
Cloaks and Fancy Millinery
Goods at greutly reduced fig
ures. Come and see these
goods; they are first-class and
more than worth the money
asked for them.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to us will please call and settle
at oucn, as our Clerk who has kept our
books for the past two years is going
to leave soon and wishes to close
them for us before leaving.
8j-tf It. Vinsan-t & Son.
Wu Lave fur sale a good stock of
dry goods and general merchandise.
Owner is doing a good business and
stand is an excellent one. Will sell
Btock and rent building to purchaser.
This is a rate chance for any one wish
ing to go into the mercantile business
in a county village. Would trade for
first class reul estate. Address this
oilke. ' Botf
Mures, Koines and Mules four to
twelve years old for which I will pay
the highest market price
SATLUDA Y. JAN. 15, lab7.
At Richmond, Mo. Headquarters at
the Wasson House.
A. KlTZIXCK tt.
It I VI,! It I'LL I
Is the cry of some people, but
Littmuu of the Oriental Bazaar
jr Never experiences a dull day because
ho sells Tinware aud a thousand other
' article ou his
5 and 10 Cunt Counters
For from B0 Is 75 Par CsaL less than
they can be bought for elsewhere.
Why throw away your money paying
two prices for articles you need ?
Come to the Oriental Bazaar
And save money these bard times. 8-4
Itch, Mange, and scratches of every
kind cured in 30 Minutes by Woolford 6
Kanitary Lotion. A sure cure and
perfectly harmless. Warranted by W.
7. Mushy & 6on, Druggists, Hich
Mr. John l ord tells us that on his
way to his farm the othei day be dis
covered a bird's neat in a tree, and on
close ohservatiou he found that were
eggs In tee nest and the bird setting
ou (num. i uia is ceruumy very UQ'
seasonable. Bogard Independent,
Very "unseasonable." But since the
rats at our house carried up stairs a
sett log of eggs and hatched nest full
of young chicks in midwinter, we are
prepaied to believe any tort ot "unsea
On Dollar. Ilund'i 8an.par... ti til only
medio. i of li di this can be truly aa4J
and It ti an unatiswei abla argutna.it aa tip
tha at re n mil and positive mmomy ot tbli
great medicine. Hood's feUraaparlll la tuad
of roots, herbs, barks, etc., long and favorably
fcnowu for their ower In purifying the blood
Mid iu ettinbiusiinn, proportion, and process.
Hood's bursal rllla is jmifr Ut .
- for eexmomv and comfort we use Mood's
BarsnparUltt." Witt. C. Brxwbtbh, Buffalo,
Hood's Harsaparilia takes Um tim and
guantUy to nhow Us effect than any other
preparation I ever beard pf. . I would not be
without It tn the house.' J tMu. CA.lt.
JJUBUAai, North Chill, N. Y. 1 pot
i . Ond Dollar
Hood's aiu)iAiiha cures scrofula, salt
rlicinn, all humors, bulls, pimples, geucral da
Milty, dysiifpNia, tullouuisu, slvk beaaavha,
eaurrli, rhruniallum, klduey and liver acta.
plauiM, and all aflfctlons caused by Impure
Hood or low coudllton of ibe system. Try H.
" 1 waa severely aflllctd wIUj acrorula, aod
lor over u year bad two running sores oa tnj
neck, i took Ave bottlos of Hood's kanapsr
rills, snd consider myssll aullraly surtd."
C. K. L0VR.10V, ljowell, Mass.
i "Hood's barsaparllla did aw an Immense
amount of good. My wbola system has been
built up and strengthened, my diuestioa ba
lrovod, and my bead rrUeved of Uia bad faal
ing. I oonsider H tha bett luadiulna I bavs
evur usrd, aud slmuld pot know how to 40
wutwui 11." aUur I. I'tmut, Salsjs, afaaa,
told by all druwlits. It 1 sla for Si. Mad
U-tf by UL 110UU oa, LuwtU, Man
ilOO Pones 0ns! Pollar
Stfi.KcT Kmiiiits. lllchniond I.e
Rhm No 112 Select KiiiRhta A. (I. V.
W. meets on the 11 rut and third Tlmrs
any mgnis or encii inoiitn, miting
auil renldeiit Comrades are reijueateil
John M Krai a,
M-tf 1 ommaiuler.
lied ribbons are seen everywhere.
Capt Shields will sueak at the court
bouse Caturdny afternoon.
Hound trip tickets to St. Joe, good
n day of sale only, for 3. 4iltf
Our young friend, .las. llernarri !
accepted a position with the Drown
Catarrh is a conntilull final fliuAnaa
Hood's tjaraaiiarlllais a constitutional
remedy. It cures calnrrh. Hive it
We are requested to announce that
women s missionary socletv nf the
E. church will nieetnt the
next Thursday afternoon.
Recorder Milsleiul trlna i ,,.k.
things oomfortable for his patrons, and
tins euu nas recently placed a sulen
d new stove In the record room of hi
large number of reneirnla
several new subscriliers, as usual, are
announced this week. 1 here are loU
people who know aiood thins when
they see it.
Sheriff Morris furnishes several com
luuications this week ti, r.r.,n.i
work of which ia furnished hv
of certain parties having fiiH i
Collector Davis certain taxes.
Eld. Crutcher of Pleasant- lllli M..
preached at the Christian church unn.
day morning. At night he asiisted
Capt Shields, telling some laughable,
but as be said, not fairy stories.
The Trov News entiles tha r,.
CHAT'S notice of the badness of lWbv
Bad Boy company and says, "Wait
untu you see 1 loya llurd's Trouba
dors, Jim.'' If they are anv anruih..
the P.B.B. oututthey can have a
A house on Jula-n Dm. f
cupied by Ji. Thomas and family
utuHui,uia auesuay morning aud. to
gether with its couteute, was burned
The family, very poor one, lost all
Owing to UreSS Of husillfaa m.H w
cause of the snow storm, those bills
were not trotted around town last
week. The trot will comenir ti,i.
if we can find time to make out the
bills. Prepare The aveno-linr hi 1.
but stayed for a biief t e son.
All of the 801) Shares In ti,r
Building Association I IftVfl ltaan tobon
and iu all probability another series'
win in issuea in tue spring. Just as
the DEMOCltAT predicted When
caUng the organization of this associa
tion, it is tne most popular institution
in the county.
For the benefit of aevemi ..,rt;. . v,
uaye made certain renueata iii
state that Johu II. And
land, Oregon, has promised to write a
letter 10 tne Demuuhat on ti,
sources, etc, of that section as soon as
he can find time. Owing to the absence
and sickness of the Postal Inspector
Johu says he has his hands full at
Thog. ti. llallard baa
half interest in the stock ami h.in..
of J. W. Hubbell, and the style of the
firm will be Ilubbell & Ilallart. We
welcome the return to business in
Richmond of Mr. lull ir,l n,i i...
the new firm will secure a fair share of
business: also, that they will doels
use that great drawinu ranmi,..i
styled printer's ink.
Richmond is not such a anmii is..
as to have no poor or needy people
Within her limits. There
families iuour town who are deserv
ing of aid and who really need help to
enable them to Dussover thawimor
Several mouths ago we advocated the
organization of aid association aud
recent results have shown that there
is plenty of work lor organized charity.
i armers coming to town .Saturdav
should spare an huur to hpar r,,ti,.
Shields speak at the court house. All
tbe wurakysoid In lilclnno.wl ( ni
draok by towufolks, and if temiwance
is good ror towulolks it is good lor
farmers. "Less money for liquor aud
more for good houses ami hir. ..1,1
Improved slock" la a motto that might
weu ue lacked over mauy farmhouse
doors in Ray.
Will Brown has Durchaied Ch irlln
Brown's interest iu the bU.llieriH4 liuru.
tofure conducted by J. (J. liruwu Co.,
and the Urn) name ia cnauged to The
J. C. Browu Mercantile Co. While
we regret to have Cuarlie go out we
welcome bis young successor to a front
seat and hone his success will i in .
cordsnce with his merits. lie is a
thorough, business man ovta it tmm
Colonel and we think he bus a bright
future be! ore him.
Week before butt 11. a Iwm. ,, .
gave tbe Peck's Bad Boy outilt a black
eye because they deserved it. This
ween it commends the Adam Couibl
nation because it nieilLs commeuda
Uon. Of course some Deoule will
tnlult no theatrical compauy, from
dwin Booth do an. dettervna (n,ii.
mendalion, but this cuts uo figure with
us. a uuge uuiuuer 01 our citizens
like to attend aud witness theatrical
entertainment. It is purely a matter
ot tasts that everyone must settle fur
iuuiault ur hursolf.
Stetson's Cucle Tom's outut at least
the negroes aud bloudhoumik ir.,t it
a light Friday while waning to take a
train in east St. .Louis. It grieves our
neari to say mat tue uarkiu i',i...i
ti each aud costs. Alas: that tha rn,.
teas hand of law should be laid on any
thing uonueuled with that hiiarv.in.uH.
edold "chestnut," Uncle Tom. Even
tue uioouuouuds sbould be held sacred
(tor bologua sausage I. and tin. ri,,niia.
well, it isn't al uj s easy to tell which
is mo uuusuy wuen gazing ut the dear
oiu urumatued uonatroiilty.
Mis. Marie Wriu-ht. ,.o,-,:,i ,..,..,.
poudeut of the Suuuy South, published
at Atlaula, Oa., spent Tuesday iu
Richmoud soliuliiuk suoauribers to the
large aud excellent paper she repre
sents. 'iue sunny South struck tbe
keynote of success iu pushing its cir
cuiatiuu wuen it euiu cvcJ UiI un
solicitors. Mis. Wright ig oue of the
most entertaining ladles we have ever
met, aud we've a airouir mixn,,.,..,, ti,u,
she bas visited Ireland aud held an
interview with the blaruey stone. She
got a uumbut of subaculmia ii
lorCairolltou, where we commended
ner to the fatherly care of Capt. O Tur
ner of the Record, who. bv the -.v
also made the acuuuiuUuce of the blur.
uey stone awa la an ardeut admirer of
St, Patrick's great snake act,
Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera aud
DiarrbuM Remedy never tails aud is
pleasant aud sale. e-uM by bmnh ot
I'alton, Richmoud aud R. A. Prilvhard
tauaduu, j. if
Just to hands All
the new Fall and
Winter Styles and
much lower prices
Don't fail to call
and examne them
Mcdonald & sons
Prom the Kansas City Journal's cor
respondence from the state capital we
extract the following: One or the young
est members we believe the youngest
tnemlier, save one of the house Is Mr.
Morton, nf llav county. Althoush
young In years he has had a good deal
of legislative expetieoee, having o-cu-pie
I several yeara a position at the chief
clerk's desk. He will prove a vslnab'e
member of tbe lesialative body and a
worthy successor of Mr. Karris, who
occupied the seat during thepreceeding
l iree terms.
Mr. Karris, the ex-member of Hay.
was here during the opening davsof
the session. No more kind or libera!
minded man exists to-day in Missouri
politics than the ex-member from Ray
county. He is one of those men whose
passions and prejudices become mel
lowed w ith years, (who is open toeon
virtlon, who investigates to dlsctr
f.icts and not to oontlrm his prejudices.
The stute would be better if it hsd
more Democrats like, Mr. Karris and
Or, Bull's Cough Syrup Is a purely
vegetable, compound, Innocent in
nature and wonderful in effect For
children it Is invaluable, curing croup,
wnooping cough etc. In a few hours.
Price 25 cents.
Mr. W. R. Graves, of Welheredvllle.
MJ., writes: I suffer sometimes with
acute rheumatism, and your Salvation
Oil gives me instantaneous relief. I
cordially recommend it as sure cure.
When we purchased this paper in
1983, the retiring editor was as mad as
a hornet because some stout, able
bodied liar had started a report tbat
the saloon men had run a man In and
bought him out. This, too, tn the face
of the fact that were a total stranger
in the town and had never seen the
place before we rame here to buy the
olllce. We merely laughed, at the in
dignant retiring editor and told blm
we would cheerfully put the Democrat
on record the next (our Urst) issue
on the temperance question: meantime
for him to keep cool and let the lie get
a healthy start. The next issue settled
our position and settled the lie and
out of over U150 worth of advertising
(saloon petitions) in the past three
years not a dollar came into our till,
for not a single petition has ever ap
peared in the DfciiocitAT. This alone
answers some a. b. 1, to us unknown.
The sliffhtest cause will oft An nnw
dure croup, and esuecially so with
children predisposed to it, tbe dangers
from it are so well known that every
one should be provided for an emer
gency, ('hacoherlnin's Cough Remedy
la the best treatment, it never fails.
r or snie ny omitn ration Richmond
K. A. mcnaro, uamuen. l-tf.
In this city, at his father's residence,
on the lOtb, W. X. Rodman, aged about
33 years. The wife of the decased
passed away a few years since, and
now two little children are made or
phans. The f uneral services were held
at the M. . church Tuesday afternoon
after which the remains were interred
tn the city cemetery. The sorrowing
relatives hive the sympathy' of the
entire community. From what we
can learn the deceased was a man of
Maj. Andrew McKonerts, one of the
oldest citizens ot the county, passed
away this morning at his home in this
oity at 5 o'clock.
Deceased had passed bis 81th year.
His history is well known to all the old
citizens. Of his family but one daugh
ter, tbe wifeot Col. J. T. Child, now
in Siam, survives him.
We have not time before going to
press to give a more extended notice.
The funeral services will be held at
the residence to-morrow al t p. m.
Elder J. K. Dunn ollldating.
The best ou eartn can truly be said of
(irlgic's Glyoerine Salve, which is sure,
safe aud speedy cure for cuts, bruies,
si-aids, bnrur, wounds, and all other
sores. Will positively cure plies, tetter
and all skiu eruptijii. Try this wonder
healer, liatlslaclloii jrtiarauteed or
money re:unded. Ouly 2b cents. Hold
by builUBii Patton. 27-ly
Thg Adams Combination.
This troupe has been playing to good
houses. The scheme of advertising
and giving every lady a complimenta
ry for the Drat night's performance Is a
uew and novel one, and packed the
house Munduy night. Lack of space
prevents us giving an extended notice
of the three perlorniauoes presented.
Taken altogether the company la the
strongest that has appeared here this
season. Of the programmes presented
so far, perhaps Olivette was the best.
Mr. Adams as Cocleuett Is unexcell
ed, and If anything was more eomloal
than when here before. Miss Freddie
Bookman made charming Olivette,
and no one could blame the bluff Capt.
DeMerrlmaa for ardently desiring to
wed her. Miss Dell Jackson as the
Countess was stately and handsome
enough to tempt any Duks to abduct
ber. Charles P. Morrison as the Duko
showed himself a llrst-class leading
man, equally at home In whatever
character he assumes. Without stop
ping to enumerate the entire caste ws
may sythat the.u was not a poorly
played character In tbe opera. One
pleasing and unusual feature is that
all the performers are good singers,
while Misses Bookman and Jackson
possess well tralued and very pleasing
While we single out Olivette, it
must not be inferred that the Combi
nation is not excellent in comedy and
drama as well as iu comlo opera. ' The
members are professionals, and thor
oughly cupablu aud palus-Uklng in sll
To-night the Factory 0,lrl wtjl be
presented. At the Saturday malluee
a 815 doll will be given away, and Sat
urday night a silver pitcher valued at
25, the audience being allowed to
superlnteud the drawing.
We wore not at the theater last uight
but learn from those who were that
that the attendance was larger than
the n I cut before, aud that Harry Adams
showed conclusively that he waa
equally as good In legitimate drama as
he is In comedy.
Ralph Esteb has our thanks for an
attractive and useful caleudar given
away by bis Insurance, company, the
NunliWDit .NaUvlial, "
We have a number of elegant Overcoats on
hand, ordered for the holiday trade and which
were delayed on the road, that we
see these Coats.
r teuton At is.
E. A. Ilarber of Millville called yes
terday to renew.
Judge J. S. Flouruoy dropped tn Sat
urday and renewed.
Thomas Forbes of Millville dropped
in Monday to reuew.
11. L. Hamilton of Crab Orchard call
ed Saturday to renew.
Mrs. J. T. McCarty is visiting her
sister at Parsons, Kansas.
Maj. R. J. Williams passed in tbe
ducats yesterday to renew.
W. M. Ashley of Crab Orchard called ;
Tuesday and renewed to lHSa.
W. It. Meador of Hardin sends the
ducats to keep bis paper going.
C F. Bates of Millville called yester
day and renewed to Feb. 27, 18S8.
A. D. Rowland of Orrick called Mon
day aud subscribed for the Dkhooiia r.
John llubbell will go to Exrelslor
Springs this week to remain a few
R. P. Craven of Vibbard wan down
Monday attending probate court and
dropped in to reuew.
Miss May Quirk left yesterday for
Fort Scott, Kansas, to spend a few
weeks with relatives.
J 1). Hyder of Kuoxville sends mon
ey to renew to Feb. 23, Its aud orders
his paper changed to Polo.
Pros, Atty. Bull bauds us 81.50 and
orders the paper sent to bis sister, Mrs.
Lougeay, at Mackvllle, Kas.
We are indebted to brother Sain
Keller of tbe Lexington Register for
subscription money fioin frank Mc
(iowan, who orders tbe Demucuat
sent to him.
Wes. Allison orders tbe Democrat
sent to bis nephew John, who is at
Valley Center, Cal aud reports his
Plattsburg Register-Lever: Elder
Creel bas rented tbe Nesbitt property,
provided it is not sold by Feb. 1st, aud
will move his family bence about tbat
' The following subscribers on our
Richmond list have called and renewed
stuoe our last iasue: R. . Brown, Wiu.
Thomson, Frances Murphy, X. O.
Ballard. Steve Anderson, S. K. Ilaynes.
Ben Strobl of Morton called yester
day to renew. He complained of an
unjust discrimination in the taxing ot
bis land, and we judge the Board of
Appeals will bear from him when it
J. T. bailee of Pleasant Hill writes
and encloses $-.25 for Deuochat and
Republican. Closing bis letter he says:
"1 am uot ready to drop you yet on ac
count of your freedom of speech. I
rather like tbat way of priuting a pa
per." Thanks, There are a great many
people who are like you in the above
"Uncle" John Kell called Monday to
reuew. He wauts the Santa l'e road
but does not banker after the C, B. &
K. 0. because it runs diagonally across
and splits bis farm badly. He is oue
of tbe few farmers we have met who
baa an abundance of stock water. He
constructed a large pond or eanal last
summer and now has plenty nf water.
Malaria I The vrv lnpnllnn nf II is a
nxhlmare! Whoever has suffered from
Una blighting disease knows what a
read scourge it is, and how it seems
luiust impossible to eradicate It from
the system. SMITH S BILE BEAN'S
will most surely deslrov the germs of
Malaria, and afford permanent rclclf.
use, one uean. .5 tents lwr bottle,
or sale by all druggists and dealerB in
ledlciue. or sent lajnaid tin reteltit of
price, u any part o the country.
Parties receiving notlue UiaVtiieir
land tax for 18U and previous years is
unpaid, should give immediate atten
tion to tbe matter, and settle with the
ooueciir wuuuui ueiev; u not paiu
suit will be commenced upou tits expi
ration ot tne time specilled in the
notice to euforce the lien of the state,
What it it What it dots,
Hood's Sarssparilla Is made of sarsa
parilla, daodellou, mandrake, cherry
bark, uva ursi, dock, and other valua
ble medioinal agents, long and favora
bly kuown for their power tn eradicat
ing dlseast aud ' purifying tbe blood.
It will oure, when in the power of
medicine, sorof uia, salt rheum, dyspep
sia, headache, constipation, billlous
ness, 'general debility, pains In the
back, kidney complaint, catarrh, female
weakness, humors of tbe face, ring
worm, pimples, uloers, gores, tumors, '
scald bead, and, all diseases arising!
from an Impure state or low condition j
of the blood, ' Hood's Sarsaparilla la !
made by C. I. Hoqd 4 Uo.. Lowell
Mass. auld by all druggists, (1; six .
Kotice is hereby given that the Urm
of J. O. Brown & Co. has been dissolved
by mutual consent, Mr. C. W. Brown
retiring. The business will be con
tinued under the Urm name of J. C.
Brown Mjirpautile Company.
J . C. BiunvN,
0. W. BiiuwN.
A special in yesterday'sUlobe-Demo-orat,froui
Missouri City relates bow
Simons H. Udell, a youth of 45 yearg,
eloped with and married, Mist Mary
the latest patents and worth 25 per
than we ask for them. Come and
Tho railroad news in regard to the
Santa Ke was somewhat mixed Inst
week. The Chillicothe Tribune of the
week before raised a joyful shout, and
stated that the Santa Ke had arranged
to run its Chicago extension over the
Milwaukee and St. Paul as far as
Chillicothe. It got the news from an
old Santa Ke man who had been with
the company for years aud knew all
about the company's plans.
On the local page the Leader gave a
Hip! Hurrah" head to nn article
stating that the engineer of the Santa
Fe was "engaged in taking the number
and name of the owner of every farm
through which the old survey run
from ilardin paruleliiug the Wabash
to Helsmger lake, through which it
runs near the south siuu in a north
easlerly direction to just north of
Frank Marshall's house, thence
through by Henry Schililinyer aud
Fred Hell's thence northoast about
hall way between ll"paid and Carroll
ton, thence on a direct Hue to Keokuk.'
At the same hoar the Kansas City
papers were before us slating that the
contracts lor the Santa Ke'a uew ex.
tension were beiiiR let in that city in
20 iuile sections, lroin K. C. to Furt
Madison, Iowa, winding up the Infor
mation as follows:
Hon. I). W. Kintipy, who has been
appointed right of v,ayujrent of the
road lor lis Chicago exti-nsion, came
flown from lopeKn last lliurMlay night,
aud left this morning to Bettie all tbe
details of the company's right of way
IU Missouri auu Illinois.
Mr. Miller of Orrick intormed us
Tuesday that the chief engineer of the
Santa Ke bridge atated the hirst of the
week that by Wednesday last a decls
iou would be made us to which nf the
two points at or near Sibley the bridge
would be located. The proposed loca
tions are oue mile apait. If located at
the lower poiut it is the impression that
the road will run south of Orrick and
Richmond. If located at the upper
point, oue mile above, It is believed
the road will run through Orrick and
Up to the hour ot going Ut preBS we
we had not heard more of the bridge
site matter. If the road is ruu through
Richmond, Mr. Finney who Is out se
curing right of wuy should show up
by next wvek, If not sooner. Ou behalf
of Mayor W., and our citizens we oiler
Mr. Finney the keys of the city and
invite him to come and sop with us,
A telegrum from Lnl'l.Ua, Mo.,
dated the 12th, says Hon. D. W. Finney
and A. S. Mnglunis, tight of wuy con
tractors, are there making contracts
with f irmers for right of wuy. The
road ruus two miles south of La Platu.
This is on a direct line from Rich
mond. Evidently Messrs. Kinney and
Mugluuis skipped from Jackson to
Macon couuly, pending a decision in
regard to the bridge location.
We understand our Ilurdiu neigh
bors are conlldent they will got the
load. But the faot remains that no
ono knows here the road will run
W. W, lictd, druggist, ol Winchester,
imi., writes: ' One ot my customers,
Mrs. Loulta Pike, liartoi u, Fuodolph
county, lnil., was a long tullerer with
cunsituipilon, at.d was giVuo up lo die by
her )lij siclans. Si,e heard ot Dr. King's
N jw Dhoovery lor comuniptiaii aud be
gan buying It of uie, In lx months'
time she walked to ihis nlty, a distance
of six uiihs, au l Is now so much Im
proved she has ijuit Uiiiiir 1 1, bile Kel
she owes her l;fe to II." Kite trial b.,t
tins at J. D, 'J aiioi ' drug itoru. ti
We would be glad to lepiesunt every
business house in Richmond iu the
Demockat this year. The building of
tbe Santa Fe will attract attention to
tbe county it runs through, men will
seek the newspaper to ascertain the
character of the ilillereut towns it ruus
through, aud wo would like to make
the DtMociiAr speak iu uumlstaakble
tunes for liichuioud. tvury business
house should lusu:t a ytuily advertise
ment, that we luuy he able lo show
what sui t of busiuess poiut Richmond
Mr.F. II. (Joi'diKli.a m. Louis Trav
eling Mau, rt-piunt -uuiiif the Graham
Paper Co., coiilnuules the following,
it maybe of value to you: "1 b.ive
been troubled w ith colds and Soreness
of tbe brtmat for tho pat year and 1
tind great lelief iu Uumtjei lam's
Cough Remedy. I cheerfully recom
mend It to any oue tiouu.e with cough
or colds, give it aum." L. Hair), a
mercuaut of fweet Home, Mo., bas
also used It for several ) ears aud knows
its yalue, he says ChamOnlaiii's Cuiigh
Remedy never tails to give ijuli'k relief
aud that he u'.wuys keens it iu the
house and would not be without it tor
uve timet Hi w, hold by Smith
.V'.Zl 7uciiino.'id aud H, A. Ptllchard
Shetiif Moms was i'i attendance at
the trial, Tuesday, In K itisas City, of
Miss JuouielleJrick.cliuigedtt ith being
accessory to Hie killing of Douoho by
Piiestly last September, Messrs. J. W.
Garner of this city uud Wm. liurrit
appeared fur I he defense. The jury
hud uot returned a vcijict up to latest
Lateu The jury found the girl
guilty, and the Times states that a
jail sentence of a year will be given
If you want a school book buy of Dr.
J, U, Taylor, l-U
Bared His Life.
Mr. I. 1. Wllcoxon,rjl Horse Csve.
Ky., says he was lor nruiy years badly
allllcted with phthisic, also dlabetev the
palus were unendurable and would
almost drive him Into convulsions. He
tried Electric Bitters snd got rellel from
the lirst bottle snd alter tsklng six bot
les wns entirely cured, snd had Raised
in llesh eighteen pounds. Says he pos
tlvely believes hs would have died, had
It not been for tho relief a (lorded by
Electrlo Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a
bottle by J. D. Taylor. 0
la Dslonss el Richmond's Good Name.
Eimtoii Democrat : A few nights
since atone of the temperance meet
ings a local clergyman made an asser
tion which I want to contradict in
justice to the good name of our fair
city. He made the assertion, 1 have
no doubt without thinking bow fool
ish It sounded or what an impression
It might have ou strangers. 1 can uot
give his exact language, but. the idea
lie intended to convey was that a lady
dare not pass through the business
part of Richmond aftor nightfall
without subjecting herst If to ins. lit ;
that a lady was foolish to venture out
upou the streets after dj irk without a
male escort. ow, Mr. Editor, during
my residence iu Richmond 1 have never
kuown a lady tube insulted ou'onr
streets in the manuer suggested by tbe
reverend gentleman, mid I do not be
lieve he can point to a single Instance
during bis brief residence here. I do
not mean to say that there are not men
low enough in the social scale to insult
a lady were the opportunity offered
them, but they know it would be de
cidedly unhealthy to attempt anything
of the kind in Richmond. A man,
either drunk or sober, who would dare
to Insult a lady on our streets would
be promptly treated to a coat of tar
and feathers. People should be careful
bow they make assertions rellecting on
the good name of a community. Be
cause one or two saloons are located
on a certain street it does not necessa
rily follow that a lady will be insulted
by traversing that street after dark.
Those who are tryiug to break up the
bauelul bablt of intemperance will
experience great benefit from the use
of Prickly Ash Bitters will remedy!
tbe evil results and restore tbe brain,
stomach and liver to healthy action,
thereby strengthening tbe will power,
thoroughly cleauslug and toning up
the system and remove every taint of
disease. It is purely a medicine and
while pleasant to the taste it cannot
be us$l as a beverage by reason of its
cathartic properties. 2-1
In a conversation in the postoulce
Saturduy it wag unanimously agreed
that the city fathers ought to buy a
set of ladders and lot of leather
buckets, to be used in case of lire. How
many times the Demuciiat has spoken
of the uecesstty of having some such
appliances at hand in case of lire we
cannot enumerate. At the burning
of the west side buildings more than
half an hour was consumed hunting
fur ladders. There are very few
towns in the state in worse condi
tion to light Ore than in Richmond. It
uceds no argument to prove this, aud
we hope the council will provide tbe
appliauces meutioned. True, we have
no great supply of water, but give us a
chance to utilize what we htive. "A
stitch tn time taves niue," aud a single
bucket ot water gomellmei It as good
Whi,t TruM;rl Villi Do.
Tha Unprecedented a.,lu .it' ll.u..l....
Cteiuiau Syrup within a lew years, has
noiuiiinutai lua wuriu. ib is without
duulit tlie aatfSt. Ulul lm,l. rui.iu.lu ........
diacovered lor the speedy aud elleot uai
uuio ui vuugus, vuiua nuu, mu aeverest
iuuuv -louvitat. ai, acta ou au wutirely
riilT..r0tit. I.ntii.lnti. fr.., tl... ........i
. l ..wu, UD usual ute
scuptiuns given by Phyaiclaus, aa it
does not dry up a Uiugu aud leave the
dlHUuVKU BLlll 111 tllM u, -lull, !.. "I...
coutrary removes the cause of the
t.wuv.v, ubji, mis uni w ttutgisa ai'u
leaves them in a purely healthy condi
tion. A boille kept in tne bouse for
use when tbe diseases make their ap
pearance, will save doctor's bills and a
long spell of serious l.tliuis. A trial
wi.l coaviDoe yuu or these tacts. It is
positively sola by all druggists and
uannral riaalerai in thulu,.., .
' - t,uo IU
tenia, large bottles. 1-eow.
Letter List.! 's r.t !n,.
wt - .u.,r, ap-
mainlug iu post-oillce, Richmoud, Mo.
uncalled 'lor, fur the week ending Jan.
a, isoi ;
liradshaw. .Taa A
brooks, Mart F
Keel, Win if
James, It ti
Smith, Mrs A il
Persons calling for any of the above
letters, please say "advertised."
S. T. lLv,ISTT, T. il.
The law makes it obligatory ou your
part to uutify the publisher when a
papur remains in tho oillce mid ia uot
takeu out, We will take it us a favor
if every postmaster in Hay will notify
us piomptly when party dues uot take
out the Dkiiockat. Iu nearly every
sucu case me parly is lu arrears for
subscription, and we would sower out
him on aud luse what is due thau con
tinue his paper lunger. We are auxiutuj
to get our list down to a cash basis.
Ko one can buy school books cheaper
wan in, loyiur sens lueui, ii-u
will sell at
Tha unders igned would res
pectfully inform tho public
that ho has opened t first
class grocery store in the rear
of J. F. Wilson & Co., in the
Opera House Block, and will
keep for sale all kinds of staple
and fancy groceries, glassware,
Q.iecnswaro, cigars and to
bacco, etc, etc, selliDg for the
lowest prices for cash or pro
duce. FRED WILSON.
1'leas Wilson, Manager. 3
A yearly advertisement, one column
in leugtb, in the Chicago Tribui 1 costs
the advertiser 't),ua); iu the New 1 ork
Herald 4O,U00; in tbe Hew York Tri
bune 828,704. The advertiser who i uts
in a two-inch advertisement iu i Ms
local paper and pays 810 or 12 for th,
same thinks he is bestowing charity on
tbe publisher. Yet tne paper, if it has
a good subscription list like the Demo-
chat, goes into the homes of nine
tenlhs ot those who deal in the advert!
er's town. We have always noticed
mat tue liberal advertisers do tbe
laaiuuipliM ca be C ored.
Dr. J. 8. Combs, Oweusville. Ohio.
says: "1 have aiven Scott's K.ini,li
ot Cod Liver Oil wilh H.vpopliosphites
mm trouvuLs wim uetter results
than aeetued poaaible with any remedy.
All were hereuilarv caaea of I .mm ri.u.
cu-x, ,uu nuvauceu to mat siege when
Cuugus, paiu in the chest, trequent
breathing, frequent pulse, fever, and
emacialiou. All these cases have In.
creased iu weight from 10 to 2S lbs.,
uu iiu, huh ucruuitf any meuicine.
1 prescribe uo other Lmulslon or Cod
Liver Oil with Hypopiosphites, Lime
aud soda, but Scott's, belmvlnir If. tn i,
the best." i'Hw
C. A. Pearson, Kotary Public, It. &
L. Junction, will atteud to all business
entrusted to him with care aud prompt
ness. Chaves reasonable. 47-tf
Is the unanimous verdict as
to our New Dreas Fabrics and
Ladies' Suitings just opr lied
up, and bright and fresh as
can be. We have all the
leading shades in tho newest
weaves of Drap d' Almas,
Etarmjne, Stripes and Fan
cies, Wido Walo Diagonals,
Astraehaus, Tricots, Two
tones, Canvas CJot'us, Ladies'
Cassimeres, etc., etc, with
Trimmings and Dultons
bought to match. Ladies,
you may depend upon us,
is usual, for the most Correct
Stylos alul at the Lowest
Living Piioes. We want you
all to come and see them
before you buy.
Mcdonald & soxs.
Miss Wesley, a young woman of
Chicago, issues a challenge to eat two
rnull a day for j consecutive days on
wager of S3,000. The Quincy, 111.,
man who tried a qall a day quailed at
the light of his nlnetoMi bird aid
threw up bis wntraot and other
DR. CULL'S CCUCH SYSUP
For th enr 6f Conr-hs, Colds, Hoarse
ness, Croup, Autwa, Bronchitis,
Whooping Couh, Ioalplent Coo.
Sumptioa, and fr tha relief of con
sumptive persoas ia advanced stages
f th Disease. For Sal by all Cru
'7L&&f TO&J' i VW latVw.1
VtWTl!.1'-- i'iWbjf sir. 91
'i. Jjl11'1'" Wrutf -t l-Jrl uul 3
7- - rtfisst.r nuijsLrk.t.isd'Mta
'vosrtmtl tisrnBttirsi. a. (J, m sl. 9
I and finellinen f
Ladies' & Gents' Shoes,
Hats, Caps. Traveling Bags.
In fact, wo have everything kept in a first-class housei
Taken in exchange at market prices. Come in and see us
S. R.CRISPIN & 00.
Hardware , Wagons, Buggies 1
TO .BUY "
Watches, Clocks j Jewelry, Silverwars
A.t Bed-rock Prices.
"We have lots of Holiday
m ust sell at any sacrifice.
Bibles and Plush Goods,
On which Ave will save you money.
Toys, Dolls and Picture Books
At less than cost. Call at once, for wo are warns to SE LL
these goods and you will be tho loser if you don buy
L. MEGEDE & SON.
Scrofula .of Lungs
f Alii nnw 1:1 i-i'nr nM iik.1 li.v. ...A-......I
the but tlllMl'll V.nnt Ullli ulnu.r I- ,1. w....
tral luemlHTs ul tin, rmnlly mi my
mollirrs IUiMit tliohoilw hail ilii.l III con
minitloli. ami Ilia tl.H-luia wvrw all nim'i'it In
tllL'lr uiiiulmi thai 1 bud Uio iiNnminpti'.u
. i.muaii titv uiMrrn.mg b, iii)iiihh ol Unit U-r
lUS tllsrui.. I have .uenl tluiiimiinU nf .l.illur
to ai-rv.l lli4 inart-li uf till iHmium): 1 lmv eui-
lllllV.I Bll.tftl.u II. .ml ...... I......
own uttSii, hut intli treatment urulliur ninnl'ii
ul my liuiitly, tint li-miuiHry relief a ull llul I
olilHlurd. I was unlit (nr any liuniual laiair Inr
several, years. My ubaiies I I'Miie nno
ikiwssIoii n a Hii'I'll-l on "lllooil anil Skill '
lllsi-a..es. from Uiu olllce in awllr rii:'i-irTc Co.. '
Atlanta, tla. A friend r-iiiiiiii.-i.L..t iii ..... .11
Sv-llt s Hcllti., ciHlliiluif that by biuiwll liad
neeii sreauy iienentieti by us ue lu Mime liinu
iroubka. 1 resolved lu try It. Alxinl lour )i ais
1 emiiuit'llct',1 m litie a. S , S. axvonlina l illre.-
tlotm, UoiijkI It an liivudraliiutunik-. ami liuve
used about ally boltie.. lln re.ull. are nnt
rtliuirkal'it. My uouali lias lell Ine, my atreiu'll
lias relumed, and 1 wrluh ality ixmn.li i.,-ne
everdlU Inniyllle. It ha lieen tlirea
years inline i stopiw
II... lit Iliu ......I
ii. ni..inu uu return ut tne illvavi'
.iu...-,, niu-ii eej- mat i owe my exmiam-e i
and lieallb unlay lo Sam's Hpwllle, Il I. llul ;
only medicine that broimlit me any perni.uii.iil -
Uus lu ovary eaai. In V, u-Hk . f.il. l.ar 'i
.. mil,. u-e, mix i nuuju uu re- i
creantto tea duty Uw. to sunerlna liuii.anl.
l tailed u, baar tills vheertu! teMluiuny to
ah.ii u,,.. i .iV,. ::r ''-J " "
Montgomery, Ala., Junt 3, 13tA '
bwifti Sptji-irio 1 oi.tlniy vvL-Ub!e, und rm f
tocuru ctt(.r by toiMlu vut Uij li.ipiuiua
1uiu tlie WkI. i
TI1K 8WIKT Kl'EriFU CO..
... ... . D Urn.. ti, Allium J.
. W W. .Mil 8t m
SHERIFF? SALE UNDER DEED OF TRUST.
WHEREAS, Lu'loC r.lmer. hy lur ciTUiu
fleud ot tniit. dauij July -j H.i
recurtleU It) tbe luxjontyi uav, at .(!. Iiuk a i,
Ku.y cuuuty, Miwuiri, lu Ixxik J. imu i.l,
tuuveyvj la(uOfuS. Muuiuituu'ry, In lr.nl,
ttdi Ue njut, tin, inu-rvst nuUai,tit ui mi.Uo
ilm iciiinAUin tieiturlbtjd ral iute, littuu-, Jmiu
kuU being tn U. uuutt.y U iU muU UU) ul Mt
l,ut tmuibwr Bvc (3esi'i,t lilS feet uR of Hit
Wfkt bide, auU lut umulier tlx i(J) uxcfpl tw te t
on iti UK Usui aidtt, nvll iu blixk tm u lu liie
ttsi mlUUU'U tu tUe town of LaWsXHI.
Wlihrb wuu oii.j.viuicj iitddti In tn t to
laid u-ul to Mrcure tlw Lament 14 4 wi t.du
pi-uuiltory lioto lu dtieu ut Wat dt'wriU-.t;
vsUich ui.lt U huw Oue. Aud HUereaW, li .
w. Moiiiuu.fty Ulim unt, ttiid it Um.n
j7UVi4fd lu ttla Ucud ut triut h-.t ui u
Ilia NUiVUVS VI nm icitiaiu UI UitJ
truitee to mci. tht-u tue sU'iiuu
it luy county, Miuurl, should
:st ol tut) lfi.rU lioliWr u( Mid y.'U,
w-il lu rflt aiild iirnisct'l) ; Uuw, ttnTvluff,
liolkti U lif it'U y
li "1 i.o'.W.r id t.
1 leu u iii'it'uy iivpu itwi a um riif ii ut 1114
Ihv lruvl.uUsi Ul avkUd dtMid ul trust, tho uudur.
ii.u!ik'.( ti -win us, mi mi 111 iurtua
UJUtd Kill, UU
MONDAY, JANUARY St, 1887,
Bt'tUt1.'!! tilt) 111 HUH Of 10 oYllM'k K. 1U, s,d
I ii'i'lm k p. in,, of rsaid dny, juMivcd V tt'U ut
HllllC Ulll-liOll Hi UiO MMItU tlUlU iiK-f li tin1
Ciiurlijiiuin.. Ill Itlilllllwid. NJUj.. to kli li'.tirnl
biddfr lur r.isli tt.i' iU't dt-M-riU'd 'iix 1 1 lu
.U-l uid,Uat uud tu Vaii-uw ol Midcxt
uiUUul, O. T. KiRNtr.lt.
J. W, Gik.Vktt.
Attorneys at Law,
Will Dl-HC'tiee la tbfl8Ut and KtsKral
Oourit. CuUHition prouiptly KtUmUd
to. OlHwi ws.imUoUuurta, tlrt door
HVI mi ws eve 4wsH mw v
Are sold by V.
Uouds yet on hand which we
AjMIMKTUATIIIX' NOTII R. '
.Vii ,v in ii,.ivity nivrn letters ol ailubft.
latiuiou ou tu . r-tale ot " .
KL1ZA W. JKXKIXH.
ltetwiH'.l. have born arumi! to the tm.l..r.l,nte.l
y tlie nniluKt i-ourl ..I Ka, county. Miiwuri
bear iik lat of lie.-, inh. lass. " -
ai r!'m!"i f "'''"'' aaaln.tsalrlMUfe
viltnln one ) ear fmi ,.at , ,.tttr, or lh.J
K .iS, 1 "'"' h ilmm.arr li.it predated V.UU
ln l wo rears they shall Iw lorever lwnf.1
SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER DEED OF TRUST.
WHKiircii lidi.i ti. r.n.wi aa
aam., M. Caulwell, bl Wila, by
heir eariaiii Used of rnl. 4alnl ,
lielnbrr ti, rerorile.l la tt.
Hreontsr'a rUlce, at UicSmori.l. !: ooanty,
Mi.s.niri, it li'iuk Su. at ,.., us. coaesyati
to lubB F Wurion. In tp-r ii -i. k.
I II la, latara.taoil uuie la sad la lb. folloaiaa
il..crll,.l iel e.t.ne. i ut. ; y iku s '1 ba . sa
All tliatmn of lot Bumlitl Mvtwlf-SV
In 'lie " d l'a, now r.y. Klch . ..d
S'TllwU and buiimkd l.,l)ta. t, -w,t, i
Si'rllivd and buiimkd l.il)na. k -w.t,
mammia- al a a.-lnt tweaty.oiM fa. fr.HU tba
.iiibe.t eorner ll.aieof, tboo anrta alous
Hwia-.iero bmia.Ury of a..l luS a no. ber r
i.ly.Uva a ilulan.: of twenty tet, ivrioo
I .t lot nuniber "e.nv-llv. a H,.u,,
iuiiei -m., f., ih.aca a-.ntn t.vaTv ii
'beo-e awl oluaiy-iwo fsit Ul tka btx;. ol U
sl m-. p " M
WU.. u Mid caaeeraaea wet asua. I. n. ,.
a. Iruvtea lo veuure the
.avnueiit of a e rala
moo n-a attl- a heriffuf Hay onualv kliaa.nin
i.n.iul.1 al iu . 7e,,.,,,,i u, ri i.d' oY..-d
uH. pruore.l to "II aald ".otiTy, low
I.. ' '" w"". "'"
laid aula. 1 i
or Ilia leHi bolder el
IM swocaeit to itll ill. alm
dt-.mibd raal mm. ., h.. -....h ".-rl-
r. m tn ettv .t ai.-su.gmi. m
Friday, Juuar 28. 1837
Httwreo tin hour of lu 'olcfc, ia Ua wv
oua B'l A 'cwiilii ih nrtioi. rru a
tn ttrry iruit m4 Ut mxfum f
westehis r.:a:ciL asd subsical
N I corner tth and Diaar
MAN OA It CITV, MO.
fT Tbit lnitiMt trv
sV tl trfiiiinl ut Utb Jiit
f u, r'tsrsai't fi'iiup tirlt,
J I Jhn ,..- Lsn Oorulel
r priiietl i. 1 atf
Loslr seoottousnatstiicssw rm
" aim I' (ml Ui C'rtMlMiUt, iih tn Sa rweh.su ilk
Vinut or eUsjvs9ioutait,
Vl IiiImsi Ltsta, I ifklai sin
tH. rifi..- Vr'. t jflfi.-sj (mo . 1
t-r . 'a'uiwlni latlat salaKl .-
vl kH ftt.l'
' O Ifats) fat. 'I 1 .,
d I' 4 A - '
lively ou vl. t A turn
Nenelia lavd.cal C.,lli.t.u, N T, II a A.
m as t