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AH 9. AKEI1S5S.
TIH IUHDAV. MAIKH IT, ItthT.
Tlt'rrt Is now on of ttic ilnrat or"n
Infrs In the atat for a live newsiniir-r
tnn. Th olllifi In well r,tiipml Mini
dome a nlenli'l Itnaitipss, The puprr
In Iwmorrattc. In a llfmorralic nuiiity
In Mo, with a Ibis: list of atiliarrilwrs.
The tosrn hm liptwwn ii.lUI and H.iU'
imputation, in llnclj alltiaUil, hihI Rnm
n. The prpwnt oa-ner la dt-airoii of
changing Itusinpsa slid tliollir" ran f
hud ala liarirain. Letters aclilresseti
to thlsntlioe will Im forwarder! to tin
party. WelHtiiaioVr thin line np.ntns;
for anyone wlslitns; to conduct a news
paper. EDITORIAL NOTES.
1 Mil houses of llt state legisUttiie
have agreed to adjourn Monday.
Capt. 1an K. Shield will lecture at
the Christian church Saturday tiiiclit.
The Wahaah. SI, l.onia A 1'iiciiic rail
way haa leii reelitisleueil the St
loiils ft Weatetn railway.
If yon want a diirnhle whitewash ol
any color read the iecle tor aain on
our fourth page. It is ulinoat 'iial to
(if all Hi- edilonal notici-a of Hit
lite Mr. Iteeclii-r wi'llillik that ol
Mai. l'. lwards ill the K. .'. Time.: the
lieat of the lot.
While we were in Kansas rily Mm
rlay night a lire oe, iiri.il m the I .mulls
livery stalile. near the Coaie'a house
The fight was interesting, hut cost Hie
owner ot the ImildiiiK aevetal thousand
Thef.it mail train started out from
r Louis Sunday at 3 a. ni. and reach
ed Kansas Ci I v at ii:"iti fuur minutes a
head of schedule time. The people
turned out all along the line west of
Jefferson City to see the fast tmin.
The daisy little St. Louis Chroiii. le
has changed managers. Milton A. Mc
Hae ia the nanieot the new manager.
The paper la to tie greatly Improve.!
and will give all the news mrondensed
torm. Die price remaining the aaiueas
An exchange sins to its readers:
Tleasa hand in vnir Wa al Hems when
they are fresh. Ve don't like to pule
lish a birth after the child ia weaned, a
marriage after the honeymoon is over,
or the death of a man alter his w idow
ia married again."
There were lufi columns ol advertis
ing iti the Kansas City Tunes .if suu
day. This means a great deal ot
money to the Times, hut it also cost a
great deal to liuildiue paper up louiai
it made it possible
secure lt5 colums of advertising.
There la no question tout what the'
Santa F will run the bottom route
The located Interims just in the rear
of the new brick storeroom erected by
A. It. ('henault at the Junction. In a
short time the line from Sibley to Ft !
Madison will swarm with men and
Dr. Talmsge preaches at the Second
Presbyterian church in Kana-ta City
next Sunday, ttf course he will draw
a crowded house, but we will w aper a
ooonskin in advance that his sermon
will not compare with that ot Mr.
Vroorman, noticed editorially in the
The House local option bill p.tased
Tuesday by a vote of 7d to 13. It is
thought this hill will be rushed through
thehenate and the Senate bill will 1
passed by the bouse. Of the two ihe.
iovernor can then take his choice.
There is not much diflerence between
the two bills.
Old Vncle lonard Cheney of Xew
Hampshire is predicting a dire record
lor JHt". In the east there will lie
Kreat freshets this spring and a terri
la drought in UMTsum titer, and in the
west there will be an almost total fail
ure of crops and the broad prairies w ill
become an arid aeaen.
AD egotistical evangelist conducting
SiKerviceoi meeuoar in wcmwn, -,
met his match recently in the editor of
the ltenisoii Gazetter, to whom lie ad
dressee a circular stating that a stc.al
meeting being held to converl. him.
The editors published rebly is rich, but
too lengthly for our columns.
The foneral of Mr. needier wai one
to lie patterned after, lie was wont
to say: , ,
"Strew tlowers on my grave, but let
no heathenish practice pieval of drap
ing in black as a token ot sorrow, when
at tnau haa paaaed f rom dea? u lo eirnl
life." Therefore there were no Pall
bearers nor protusiou of crape, no "put
ting on black by the members of the
It looks as if the women In Kaicus
were going to coutradictt.be oft repeat
ed statement that women did not want
to vote and would not vote n tney nuu
the opportunity. In the town of Kansas
they are generally registering prepara
tory to exercising the right of suflrage
at the spring election extended to them
under the niuuicpal suffrage law of the
Full particulars of tht lotierat ut
Mr. Iteedier, and the death of the no
ted Capt. James 11. Fads w ill be iound
on our font lh page. Aiso an account
uf the humble railroad accident on
the Hlh near ikwuju. 1 he news of
ttte world is presented In brief on our
firfitpaye. Altogether the Ijfmim iivt
gives all the news all oat lu the most
The "Mind Cure" crae has struck
Kt. Jxtuis, and the tnout "fashionable"
citi7ns are stud) ing it under an "ex
pert." We notice that a u-acher of
this so-called new science (which is as
old as the hills) is to opeu out at Kan
sas City next week. We have loug
been ssUmied that there was and in
something i'3 the mind cure theory,
but not to the extent claimed by iu
Tbe editor spent Saturday night,
rjnuday auj SuuUay night ia Kansas
City. A eolumn might easily be tilled
with "city jottings" had we the space
to spare. Just now live business men
nave use for our space. We have been
compelled to reject a column adver
tinemeut from Kansas City and several
Shorter ada. from eastern houses. If
the rush keeps up ws shall run two
TU Chicago Congregational minis
ters caught ills all along the track latt
week. 'J he-Kaunas City Star says ' the
manly parts' of the world have never
Hdmired the act of kicking the dead
llou." and expresses the opinion that
the slur of humanity is before every
other altar, and men need new and
lietterhearts whocau wrap theiuae ires
up iu the cloak of creeds nd shut out
ail human love.
One nf our exchanges is aH-ilogilug
for its small size, it is not so uiut-L
the el:e in inches of a bewspaper aa it
is what you get in It, Some of our
smallest exchanges show the most
ability, presenting more local news
and crisp editorial matter than the
larger sheets. It is home news tbe
people want, and torty columns of
miscellaneous matter will not make up
lot s lack ol this home matter.
Tbe Columbia fierald copies the
KH'K'lisi' recent tditoria on the
spublicaliuu ot detailed sU'.. menta of
tiouuly receipts and expenditures, and
aiso presents letteis from prominent
tax-psyeis demauding that the lioone
court no longer disregard the law. It
Is strange to us that any county court
will disirgatd tlielaw in this mailer.
because the court protects iiseii uy
in.l.linhinr His detailed stateuient an
nually. There are more lies told about
the county court than all other county
oiliclals put together, and this annual
detailed statement would sUip many
unjust acouaaiuuis made agawt these
voulU J t Is very piaiu luai ine uiw
was euacUid fur tbe purpose of sstisty
ing the Us -payers and placing s chsx:k
yu ooiibty tsiuits,
lli'f'in flip yrar rnllsrouiiil rtlitii Hip
nrltoitl Iti-nt. ar lo I' rmtil litrlimoml
distri'-l "ill liv an incrtMspil t:ix
vslitiliori i,f Ihmisattils nf ti.-il.tts Ten
or Iwriitv vrara trout to il'iy IClrhtuoml
ill lc k live rtty ol rt"Mc tta rrnt
'llatlji. HI. course Hi fHtkirs
will sat, "Look at lis iiast ati-tli-ltke
growth. " but the past and the future
are two iliflerent stages of time. A
change lor the ttettcr la Inevitable. !
No town with ao many natural advan
tages as Kirhmnnd enjns can remain
at a sl-itnlsliil foreter. We liave coal,
line timber, pl-ntv of water, and even
tually we will have maniilar-turing
estiihlishtnenta here. Alreatly our
articles on the cannerv biisinesa have
induced one gentleiirtn to ftt-rtoiislv
consider the mat t T ol stnrting a can
nerv. 'hen we I.ecTt willing on the
bnlMnig asoriat'i.n i'ietn n we were
nsMiiCil it vos ttsrhss to waste spaei
discussing the matter that no on
would go in'o sileti an aforiat i.nt.
Hut the tropliefa proved false ones,
and to d-iy stnnes mt:i association
eoinmati'l a Inch premium. The
prophets le ptuved f;ile verv ofen
in tnir ease. h-n m- Iviroi wr.t'tur
on ttie piper mill question in the
t la'l'svil'e Scr.t-.nel nearlv everv
revler sai-1 it vvus time and space
masted, lint itioile of t wo vears t he
mill wms limit and tunning ivrM and
dav. Ihe same was sti-t wtien we
wall'H a decent hntel building erected
in that town. In les th;n eichtren
months alter we Ifiran talkii i; up. or
writing t'P t' pr'V'-et (tie hottlwtt
feeding the rn;lrortd pascenpers and
putting piies's to sleep in a line thre
st"tv hi tek h'lllii't C- We do t ot no n-
tion thee thii e in c't f pi. ir i 'ii ' at . . in .
tor W itti'illt the hu'Vjegof llf-irv S
t'atroli, the hanker, and other w"
could never have sue.-eecie.i iii any ot
the enterpn-cs ad 'Kited. l:-it uh.v
has In t-ti done once can lie done again.
The verv liiNt ine'itienof the ad
vantages of oi irtiiuitii: liicliiiiotid :s a
i ity of tiie toiirtlieia-s a.H-ated in
the IIkmim tiAT, and in stele ot tin
prot.hets and (-routers the ctiaiige was
made. And now the citv is on! of
debt atid in latter ootnli'.n t'-sn ever
before. We'il acknowledge there is
ntill r"tn f-T iin)iro ett.ent
A little paragraph in the lirvm i: y
spt tiie tiall tolling that pnt di n t ite
wells on the square. T'.ese are tiMie
things. perha'S. but beavers that dam
a stream !' gin by gnawing down a
sintle tiee. and the isiands in t'-.e
rivers spring up frvm deposits of a
few grains of sand at a time. Ii iyoq
catch the idea : 1 f ou do. lend .nr
help when the 1kIih imt Rilvoc.ites
an improvement give it your sympa
thy don't sit down on it -don't try to
croak it to death la-f.-re it is "Nirned."
THE SCHOOL LOAN.
Alter the lU.'Mi ii i:.T had 1 eeii put
to press last wei k the ."sh-s'l Int iid de
cided to recinii their first order br an
election to v-'le on Hie M.-.ilreil loan and
substitute another older, which is the
same asthetirst with this ec-p'.iou:
To secure the loan nlof elT.nu ti.irty
four Hi:i lainds of llie demimiuatioii
of tfjueai h are to he Issued, bearing
six percent, interest, it is general-)
conceded that the change is lor the
the best in every way. as by lsill::g
lici'l bonds the loan could la phi'-ed on
lietter terms. A majority of 'he b aid
aiso thought it le-st to make a sinkli if
fund of the surplus, wtneh the lLcre.a
ed tax will bring in, and pay oil the
bonds at the eipiration ot ten or
twenty years, Instead of having to re
deem a given amount annually.
We think the substituted order is
much the liest, and know that men who
would not vote for the measure before
now declare the.r intention to surpirt
it. That the proposition will carry
by more than the neceasary two thirds
is something generally conceded. W e
have aliotit exhausted the siibect. and
can do little more from now on than to
keep the date of election liefore the
voters. Kemember that if April 1st is
"All Fools' Day," April 2ud is "All
Wise Men's bay," and it is expected
that all membeis of that order will get
in their work and help ttart Richmond
on ue up-grade.
The St. Iouis Chronicle about ex
presaes our ideas in jegard to the eu
ate ralliuad hill. It sas:
From the course of the railroads in
cancelling ail mteista'.e l.a-i-s and
freight cuiitiacts it is evident tliat they
intend to evade tiie j nn lalons ol tl
interstate commerce bid of congress
by Ihe issuing of separate passes and
making of separate contracts effective
o:iiv within the geogral-iiical line 01
each individual mate. Circulars to
this effect have already len l.-sued liy
several of the railroad. This course
on the part of the railroads makes it
shsnlntely imperative for the different
states U) supplement the national aets
by state laas J he ijtlipenu.ng ueioie
the Missouri legislature is espible of
meeting this contemplated e,asion of
the national act. and should im passed
It tnav lie defective in some particular
as is the national act. hut it is only by
rssing some u-easure and attempting
to enforce It that lh niLVesaary expe
rience is had from whiih itriett litws
are evo! ved. Three-fourths of the peo-
nle of Mimuin desire tne passage or
the pending Lill and t.'.ey are willing
to stand the ref ponsibilities f its en
W'e condense the iolioaiiig ftoin the
Law soman ol last week:
The C. M. A SU 1'. dep to be built
at ijlWSOU will be Zt'i leel. two-
stories. with living rooms up-siaiia lor
the llgent. Thele Willi seven side
tracks besides tbe " connecting with
the Nt. Ivouis atid St. Joe road.
The editor of the J.awsomau w ants
a fair association siariea meie aim
sail the money to suit the scheme
can be r.a'sed ca-iiy. ilu UuLk
wor.,1 he sutli'ler: V
The farmers mi ihe ultid il deeper
on tiie atreet.sof l.awsjo man on r""sa
leading to the town. Therefore the
Lawbonian wants the sireets macad
amised. Jim Aiury was smiling last week
over the ainial at his house ul a ten
pound wingless angeL
Altar Cat at Ransoiph.
A project has been started near Kan
Poiiii. mat we shall watch w l iii i in pa
tience. W'e glean Iheinfoimation iiom
the Kansas city btar ot ytsteida),
Tne contiact to bore for cjal and
gas in itauuulpti liottom was closed
this morning by tbe ltandolpli Coal,
(jas and Manufacturing cumpauy with
the buiuond l'ropeciii.g cooipauy ot
Chicago, which has agiced to begiu
boring on the 4th of April uuder peual
ty ol iorfeiture ot (sisjlor every day
delay after that date. The boles will
be sunk at least l,2iJfeet. The itaa
dulph company hajassuiauce that sev
eral laige manutaciuiibg cou.piLi.ei
will lut ale lu Haiidoipb bottom Shuuiu
coalorgas be iound in paying (juauli
ties, A Ctnnsry.
Messrs. Darneal & Woods-jn say thry
ate wiuiLg to conliibuie cJo toward a
bun u to - e e.ieu lu anvone whowih
start and maKc a success ol a tauiiei)
in Hicniuolni. ihlb is a libels! contri
bution and a good starter. Let us
hear Horn othei busmen men. eO,uijij
or eo.uuo tau no doubt be easily raised,
aud such a sum would inuuiai some
eutlgetic njsti to elabll&U the bual
neis. ilelp the pioject along li you
can t give 91 or siou giteeorelu.
Now is our uppuituutly lo get one
iustiluiioti to use our produce, aud
others will iuevitably ioliuw.
The Kansas City star ut Tuesday
ab: i lie Missuuii liver Las risen
three leet since vesteiday, being uuw
Is is J teet aiKive low water mats, and
rising now at the tats ot two feci
day. This ts what is kuowu as the
April ruing and is two weeks ahead of
time. Kiver uieu look upou this early
riMt oi t.'ie river as a lortuuate event.
it it Uicates a less likelihood ol a hood
when the ice luUla al the hcadaa'sjs,
The Wabash is uow ruuuing two re
clining chair carson ail trains betweeu
sit. and Kaunas City, one car being
especially reserved for local trallic. The
new cars are elegaut!y lilted up with
tbe (itltillau Chairs aud are the most
oemforuhle coaches in the country
Seals arc Iiceul extra chaige. Il l
TIip Mis-mrl City i'orr'spomptit of
ilia Itlolw I it'inivi l rvliltis what lit
stylrs -two ifniaiktiMtt cnrt-a liy a
litrlMMti SciiMif l;ilv. Mis. Louisa
NTtlitlrr of liirlmii'iitl. Mo." (Mia.
Nttlmrr is a r. s'llfiit l Cm ronton, lint
n.ts TtM'n t, 'CMit'itm nnspvpr ll orras
ions) Thsiimt nsfl related ia that of
Mrs. liginta Crantroe. a widow lady
Tst years of litre, who had b"eoforsix
years a victim of malignant rheuma
tism and for the past live months had
been hcd-rldden. he is now as chitpy
rs a ciicKet and aide to do all her work,
the aecoml cure is tha'v of a Miss
Cravens, w ho had hei n deaf and dumb
for a numbirsif yeara until atiout. alx
weeks ago when Mis. s.-ribner treated
her and her power of speech was re
gained ami her hearing restored. The
in e,ndetit s u s it is repoi'teit Mrs.
. b is made "remntkable cures In Kay
nntv." W e have he ltd of one or I wo
wh have improved in he-ilth after
being visited bv Mis. S. We also
know if ethers who have not received
anv heneiit. Ceriians these latterln--k-
eij f nth. Tiiere is a graitt of truth a
era'!! of seience - jind several grains of
s:ipe'tllion 111 tt-e theorvth-ita per-
I I. .nt ert-e's tliese enres Ity reason
ol prHers aihltos-ed to lliin. And we
nod clearly demonstrate this to lie a
f u-t had we spare to handle t he subject
Tiits i a free c iritty, however, and
i v rv ind 'dual has the right to believe
w hat he p'cases.
It is often a perplexing task tothlnk
of something new for an evening
party or pirlor ent.'itainnient, and we
t"nsi iHienlly take pleasure incilling
at; -ii : . m to t!ie 1 1 an Tsome little book,
' i il Amusement," issued by the
Wall is'l. .St. Louis ,V r.u-iile It'y. It
i-oiojii. i, ;-, inis the lull, eoiitainihg ail
the lit.-st and iii 't nu e( soc.i! pimi-s
'-liita lr-s. i Uys tor iiiirdein a, patlor
lllg''-. t-ti". ele. el.d one Ullire and two
c- rit st imps to tiie iidxertising
lepirtnient of the , St. I.. ,V 1'. It'y
st. I.ouia, Mo. and you will receive the
tsviit by return mail. II 4w
In an issue of the f.iiTollton liailr
1'i inoei it hist week Kid. Terrell pre-n-iiti-'l
nnnrlii le on the "Mourners'
r.eneh." gl il;g the reason why the
( hiistiau rhuu-ti diseouiileuam-ed the
aine. I ant. Jo- Tinner of the itecord
wl-o h ti.d a lueumei of any chin ch i
l.o'.es ti.e 1-o t. ot his li iving been re.
-nie!cd to niHw er tiie artiele, and pro-
,-eec.s toKiveii-e re.tsonswhy he has
n.it dune so. W e j ass over his reasons
up to tiie liitli, whli h wo condense as
follows: "The Itecorii tciieves t hat no
one church has a monopoly of the road
OT throucli hues to heaven. IIT the
three hues from Oarr- liton to ChleHgo
a man can c.nreaeh the latter cuv
safe:v. So we le-Iievethat when a man
wi-.o g.-ts on tne pataee car of ion at
any of the Christ i an depots, if there are
no nnst iaeed switches, no broken rails.
and tiie enelnn-r tbesn't shep at his
post, -wilt iitialtv land at the ttrand
Junction lie pot in t he new Jerusalem
llr. Jones' lied Clover Ionic ia not n
stimulant but a nerve fond, restoring
nerve for-elost t.y sickness or excessive
tnentiil work or the use of liqnor
opium, morphine or tobaco. Itauppli
1 h1 tor nerve tissues and bv Its gentle
pera'ive action removes all restraint
from the secretive organs, hence, cur
ing all diseases of stomach and liver.
Smith A. l'attou, Ilichmond; will supply
the genuine 1U-1 Clover Tonic at lu cts
A few weeksapo we lost asiihscriber
t-ecimsd we would not publish a long
poem on Hip neatllot cue ol lUH tela-
fives, lio thought we needed it to till
up our paper, and said it was an out
rage liecau'e we refused to publish it
without pav.audtnai ne never heard
of such a thing before. Hut such Is
life in the newspaper uusintbs. liam
ilton News firaphic.
we expect to be served mo same
way. lut our space is our stock in
trade and long obituary notices, uf in
tereat lo but one, two or a half dozen
readers, will have to be paid for. W
are running a newspaper for people
now on eartn. we give one nunurea
and fifty cent's worth of papers for
every !.l atid do not propose to throw
in several dollar's worth of taffy ot any
sort to tet man U coiitiuue bis sub
At Scottsville, Kan .a seven months
old clnid of A. (). Motes was sick with
bowel complaint for more than three
week3. They had little hope of its
recovery, a every prescription they
tried failed. They were finally induced
to try Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Dirrahu a Jiemcdy which effected
prominent and permanent cure. They
are Lever without this Bafeand pleas
ant family uieiliciue and cannot say
too much in its praise. Sold by bmitl.
& l'atton, Iiichmon 1; I!. A. l'richard
New York Herald: u thfl nicht n
(ictoiier IK Iv-i, Mr. lleeidter and Colo
nel Hubert i. ingersoll spoke on the
same t'latform in the Academy ut
music, lirooklu.al a Henuhlicait mass
meeting, w lieu the great preacher in
troduced the great orator and free
thinker with a warmth and earnest.
ness of compliment that hlooght the
iI.kju lookers on to their feci Uiupiilaiid
Hut wbeu the expounder of the gospei
of Chris'.took the famous atheist by
the hand and khook it fervently, say
ing the wluie tliat he respected and
honored nun lor inenonesi.y oi uiscoii.
rictiuns and his splendid labors lor pat
riotism and lur the country, the enthu
sia--m knew no bounds and the great
building trembled and vibrated with
tue sloiui ol applause.
A prudent man "according (o Iluyle,'
For cut, bruise, burn or b m
Will uae at once salvation (ill.
"Never was heard such a tt'rrihle
curse, as the mati got on auoui nib
stubborn co d. coum it ue possioi
that he lived in civilization and had
riot heard of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
Let him lake the old reliable aud slop
sweanuj. inc23 tent.
The Lexington Hegister tells this
good one ou Lexington:
The late Henry Clay lieaii was once
in Lexington, and criticized it oueeriy
for a preacher. He said, "what a nice
sepulchral old town vou have. Such
preacher-ridden community, loo. ine
men all tell you where they were born.
aud the women tell you what they be
lieve: neither ot wtucu is or tne slight-
est consequence. L'ut three or four
railroads will not leave it very " sepul
The copaitoersbip heretofore exist
ing between John W. Hubbell and T.
(i. Mallard, under the numeof Hubbell
Sc liallard. is this day by mutual con
sent dissolved, The said T. U. liallard
will settle all claims against the late
urn) of Hubbell x Ballard.
J. W. Ht'tlBF.LL,
10 a T. ti- Ballauu.
S.iturilav night we witnessed the last
two acts of "The lltlle Detective" at
the CoaUs. i he vivacious little Lotta
packed the house until tueie was
"standing room ouly."
Cruosic Coughs (nil Colds,
And all diseases of the Throat and
Lungs.can be cuied by the use of
scull's F.uiulsion, as 11 contains the
healing virtues of (sal Lih-r ml and
liypopliiMphilea ill their fullest ful lu.
Is a beautitul. creamery hmulsion
palatable e milk easily digested, iiud
can be taken by the must delicate,
l'lease read: "I consider Scott's Km
ulsion the lenusly par excellence in
Tuberculous and strumous Attections.
to say nothing of ordinary cohls and
thioat troubles." W. If. S. Council
M. 1). Manchester, O. "I am using
vour I'uiiiision Cod LiverOII with lly-
pophosphites for an affection of my
throat, and the improvements are be
yond my expectation." J), Taylor,
M, J., looau.wa.lLe. lia, U
I. ng rollings are an every ut her day
occurrence and ye correspondent is
feasting on boiled, ham, baked chicken
and pumpkin pie.
Jitn llarhee'a health la no better.
Sam Kincald has rented 411 acre
near Cenrgevtlle and will farm with
Joe Thompson will till the soli near
sug Van la hlnatlng rock on the C
M. A: SI. 1'aul road.
Fiirmera are seeding hundreds of
acres to timothy.
Charlie Catea and Tom Itunty have
emit racted to clear 20 acres of timber
for lien ton Yoakum for 4 per acre.
Mr. iialtermaii bad to use six horses
to draw logs to keep his mill running
The pensioners of Ntorth flay were
all at the county aent last Friday.
The aroma of dead skunks is dying
away but, Mayor Shumate has bought
27 traps from the Shoal-creeker.
S. 1,. Hay was here last week inspect
ing the Cramer ford bridge and con
tracted with Mr. llisbee to deliver Bu
lea ts of ro"k this week, as a washing
rain would probably damage the north
42 Itova between the age nf fl and oB
rears had quite a frolic at Win, Van
behlier'a at a chopping bee one day last
week. The old timers were there re
marking how In daya gone by they far
excelled the nx man of to-dav. hut when
the aun went down ft acres of land was
cleared, and the matrons and maidens
hnd a nice quilt finished lor Mrs. V.
Ill t HKl B.
lake It 1 his Month.
tiring rapidly approaches, and It la
important that every one should be
prepared for the depressing el feeta of
the changing season. Thta ia time to
purity the bheal. and strengthen ine
system, by taking Hood's Snrsaparilla.
whi-'h stands unequalled aa a spring
medicine, and hna endorsements of a
harncier seldom given any piopriet-
arv medicine. A book containing state
ments of the many wonderful cures it
has accomplished, will be sent upon
unification to V. I. Hood ft Co , anoth-
eeariea. Lowell, Masa. Mo Doses one
The Srcuhvi I'nion of I'itUburg
showed their lila'ral spirit Sunday by
passing resolutions ol regret on tne de
mise ni .vtr. needier, j ne resolution
brietly state that in the death ol Mr.
lleecher lite country lias lost a goou
'tnd wise mini, one ol tier loremosi cu-
iens. He was magnanimous, lienevo-
lent, Industrious, just and temperate.
I e was an enemy ot superstition bhu
sectarian bigotry; a man who progress
ed with the tunes, and ot all tne gospei
ministers, he was alatut the nearest of
being what secularists believe minis
ters of the nineteenth century ought
t'MKE rat lis:.
The reduction of Internal revenue
and th taking off of revenue stamps
from Proprietary Medicines, no doubt
has largely betielltted the consumer.
well aa relieving tne uuroeii oi
home manufacturers, especially is
this the case with Green's August
Flower and lloschee a tierman syrup,
as the reduction of thirty-six cents per
dozen, has been added to increase the
size of the bottles containing these
remedies, thereby giving one-hfth
more medicine in the 75 cent sire
The August Flower for Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint, and the German
Syrup for Cough and Lung troubles.
nave pernaps, tne largest sate in any
medicines in the world. The advan
tage of Increased size of the bottles
will be appreciated by the sick and
aitlicted. iu everv town and village In
civilized countries. Sample bottles for
10 cents remain the tame size. 62-eow
F. T. Iladlond proprietor of the (iem
Drug Store, northeast corner Ulhand
Main, Kansas City, gives away six
tine presents April Inn, the urst belli
a thoroughbred Shetland pony an
F.nirlish cart worth $3UU. A descrip
tive advertisement, with picture of
nouv and cart, will appear next week.
A ticket in the drawing is given away
with every dollar's worth of goods
purchased. Watch for the large ad
Kansas City S'tar: A white-faced
mnnkey.belougingtoJ.il. Yundt of
l'l:J2 Hroadway, has a well-developed
case of measles. Hot drinks and warmth
are bringing him through and he will
probably recover. The monkey came
from New Orleans six months ago. A
colored servant girl In Mr. Vundt's
family has just recovered from a severe
attack ot measeis.
John Sacry of Camden called this
morning to renew. He said nothing
was lieing done on the new railroad at
Camden. The right of way man pass
ed down the road Tuesday, bouud for
FROM L1FK TO DEATH
i hat a tuuuieut ii rheumatism nr neural
gia strikes Ihe heart, 'these diseases are
the most pailiiul and Ihe most dangerous
ot any lo wliieh human kind is lishlo.
They lly troin pan lo smaller without
s moment's wsnii'u, and luhluenls and
other o.iiH-ar.1 appiii-alious are in them
selves danireroiii bei-augg they are liable to
drivu the disease to some vital organ aud
cause itislant death, ltlieiliuatisiu and
lieurnli:is aredbteascsol Ihe hlood, sndcau
only he ro.u-lif.1 bra remedy a hkii will
drive fmm Ihe laWl die danetous asids.
Such a remedy is Auilnphuroi. Il has been
thuroufhly tented and is a safe, sure cure,
George hsihaeidtr, t-illliloveil at the sadl
fat-lory of lluuig llruft. Msitulai-turiiig Csi.(
Muscatine, lows, says: "About s year sgu
lay wile was alUiclvd with both rheumatism
and neuralgia. She had Used numerous
remedies with no apparent relief. Having
learuta ul sonic of the cures edei-ted by
Atlilohoros I bouglit soios bur her, 1
tlunk it was four or hue boides she used,
simx whii-h lime she has been entirely
well of bolii rheumatism and neuralgia. As
hv was a vsrjr great siifierer 1 tsiruider
Aihl'jphorai a vry eliificnl remedy in
curing such acaeV
W. C. McClaiu, clt-rk for Stnuh ft Bone
;'eel, Drugijisis, Atl.nlic, Iowa, ssysi "I
Uavvtiieutotu-yiliing 1 kuewoilorniyrlieu
malum, but nothing did ins sny g'jod uutil
I used Athlonliorot. it was ia July, Isa4
I was confined to the hyuse forover s inonlh,
sii( was obliged lo u-s crulches. I suiiejsd
with this riibuuuuuui for slsiut year.
Finally I decided to give Aihluplioros a
trial, thinking ii would Lai no better titan the
medicines I bad used. I ieh a chsiiga after 1
had used s bonis. 1 cocllntied using it, and
have not had soy rheuuialim siuus.
Fvsry druggist should keep Atblophoros
and Aililoihurus Pills, hut where they caa
not be bouiriit of the druggist the Athlo
phoros Co.! Hi Wall St., New Yuik, will
band sillier (carriage paid) on receipt ol
reg ilar prl, i.i. h ia r 1.00 per botlls
for Athloplnnvia sr.d l.rr. for Pifs.
For liver and ki-tiay rt-rrtss desf eits In
?.iXtn ,n. wrsknese. t:rv;n fl'ti'ily, Wim
bf aotisa. ,.i-'insn..ii. l,.rtu, (1, :d pur
blOOd, Athlo.l,fiMis nil 4i iu,isiusltsl u
Notica tl tslt Si Pertenal Proserin tasrlf.
By virtue aud authority of general
execution issued from the oriice ol the
ciers oi ins circuit eou'i oi ttay county
si"-". ,ohiiiiii i ma June
term. iaa7, ol said court, and to ma Hi.
reeled lu favor of jaines C. Mason and
sgalust sr-trnccsi numtntirs 1 nave.sttach
ed upon snd atlitd the lollolng det.
cr.oeu oeisuiiai uiooertv. lo-wii :
3 red cows 6 j ears old, oue a lilte row
J years old, 1 red row U vears old w,ih
calf, 1 red hell-r i yars old, 1 wsgoo,
j iuierei '"'wi. i tuiu planter,
A cuillvslors, interest iu sluui drill
'& turninis plows, Tl cslves ona i-mbf t.l A
this spring. 35 barrels of coru. 1 buggy
mate U )ra old. 1 gray horse Is years
old, 1 b-own colt D years old this spring
1 hay ttley 3 yeara old this spring. It
brcod sows and twelve pigs, luierest
in self binder, 1 sorrel main 3 years old,
I bay mare 4 years old, 1 hay mare 0
years old. All tin stove property levied
upon as tho properly of Jdordecal Buifl
And I will, on Friday the sth day or
April, A. D . 1W, butweeu tht hours of
nine o'clock lu ihe lort-nouu, and live
u'cloek lu the altertiouu ol that day, at
John Cheathaui'a lanu ouii mile southeast
ut Hardin, lu the uounl) of lisy, a,ii ibe
same, or so uiue.b thereof as may be
ruqutred. at Public Vendue, to the high
tet bidler.ior cash in hand, lo ssUsly
aucb txecullvo and viibts.
J011M C, M0KKI8,
W ' RoralMaN
This powder never varies. A marvel
of purity, strength and wholescmeness.
Mora econoinieal than tho ordinary
binds, ahd cannot lie solh In coinie'tl
tlon with the multitude of low test,
abort weight alum or phosrhan pow
der. Sold only in cans.
HOY A I, IIAKINU IHllVDK.lt CO.
40-y PHI Wall ,st N. V.
Scrofula of Lungs
I jutt now l(car oM.sntl linvt- -ffT-n'tl f'r
lite itvii (ilttt it )tNtr with a inns; iitHii.i., rst t
nis-mixr' .f Hit- tiUniiv on my
tiiollirr's aiilt' nf tht-ti'm-f hail tin"! w nil cut
nmisiHn. mitttlH timttrw .ir nil itn--( m
tlifir "I'liiti'ii that I lml liif rtiiiiini('Uitii !.
I li.tt ;tll thf tll-tn sum vlllI..ls iif I i:it lt-r-
rllilf 1jtt-w. I h;itv wrllt t -.Iltrf l i tlnlrHrw
(ii NiTi')! Ill liiitn li ni (lii '1l-M-.if. I li:itrfin
ttltllt-sl nit nt tlx- IMH.tl III' IlliHI t. ) silll III llt
w II i;isc. tint lit (lit tiritii(-iit til srtiH'r tin Inttrrt
1 III V (itllllii. Itllt lt'IOritl.lI' r'll'-I VXIIPI nil Unit I
il'tMMittl. I vtai ii'itil fr nnv iiiitnu il liitmr l"t
it-rl virs. f.v fluun-e I ri.nif i
h ewsurwinti .(fit aMii1il-t "i ltlMt a:t't Mvirt
liM-HM-st" fniii niii.f til sum lsrsirif i
AllMiitti. iln. A iririi'1 r-t.-niiiiiirtHlr't I If H-f
rtHtll Slst-clfTr, r lit i ni Hi K tll.it lit? lilln'l( li:n
ttn'tkll) Isciifliils-d hy I u iim' iti Miirt Imm
inml'l-. I n-tmltfil ulr IU AlH.itt Itnirfitr
U'ih. 1 liitinil it an iiivltmtliii)( timir, atui tust
1 h-rnl niiv lettlH. T li n'Miiti art ii asL
rtinjarkablr. My vtntgh tuui I (t nit-, iny nlrt iik'tli
Iihs Miirned, wirt I wt-ifcti fctxly -'hli1i n.irr
ill ni) 1 vtT rtiti In my It le . It liitt liiN-n tlirt-v
tntrt miHf I uiliM-.t ine iihi in ii. i nn'tiKiiit,
nit I hrxr lind im rttuni ol tht- liitrnwes,. tiJ
tlif re n iki isafn or wejjakii-vi frit iu m luiiuv
I Uti the lianlt-sit kiiiil ot niefliiaiiii'U vtrk, hiiu
Iml as w ell tv I eert-it I m !)'. 'iliei-
I know are wondf riul ittt eine nl to inaXe. out I
iun hoiieit wden I way that I owe iny evKtAiife
and beiUtb Us-duy to S ill's Sjierlllc, Kiwtho
only metjieinf that bmiix'it r.ie any iwnnHneiit
relief. 1 lo cot say that hwiit .spfriflr Mill ilo
thin In every rartt. out mutt poMitHy Hlllnn ih.U
tt liai done ttim miK-ti for me, and I Mould u rtr-(rt-AJil
to fx duty 1 owe to ftwrteruiK luimant-
ty If I la I let to near ttiis rne-rnn lestiinony to
the menu of llit wimUerful tneiltcln. 1 ant
well known tti the city ol Mnntt'tin'ry, and, caii
rlr to aouio ol Uie lxrt ciiuds iu tbe fity.
X. al. IIOLT.
Montfmir'. At&.. June 5, IM.
Hwlfl's Hitetlllc l entirely TeirrlaMt?. and !seeni!i
to cura raiKtri by lorviiijj out U)j linpurit'w
troni the Mood.
ireaus un siooa ana skid mseasea mailed
T1U, SWIFT PPKTIFir CO.,
Drawer & AUauia, Ua.
V. Y., 157 W. 23d St. SI-
Ms, Af My.
Ah! ou are not going to read tills
advertisement? On, yea, yuu will ;
because if you do cut you will hun
your Deal iriena vour pocSelDooK
Now I see you are somewhat interested
read on, because a fear hues further
down you will Hnd something to save
you several dollars this season, and 1
am the man to save you mure, liow V
Jiow listen :
1st. By compelling yuu to buy of
me. Compelling youy Yes, 1 will
make such terrible cuts in prices thai
sour own interests will compel you lo
come to me.
2d. I have secured the choinest lot
of Clothing ever brought to this coun
ty, and as it is your desire to be well
dressed, aud I am the only roan In this
town to supply you with line Clothing
for very little tuunpy, you w ill eoine lo
tne. Now, honestly, my friend, will
you not ? Oh, yes, you will, if every
thing I tell you is true. Well, don't
believe a word 1 tea you, but come
anil see for yourself.
3d. I will make your interest my
own, ana as t want your money now
I have let the the cat out of the hair.
Von bet I am hot after vour numey !
Hut will commit no highway robbery,
and win give you
100 Cents for Every Dollar
Vou spend with me. 1 have a lot of
drives. For instance, a sail worth ti
we aell for MuU; another lot worth
g'.i&i you can buy of us for So.iU. We
oiler the beat 82.25 Shoe in town. Our
London and Jaris line shirts are the
best on earth, l.inen CulTs at 20 cents
a pair. I have tbe exclusive sale of
the celebrated Queen City lint, aud
guarantee every one to give satisfac
tion or give another one tree of charge.
.Now these are only a tew of our
numerous bargains. Come to our
store and we will gladly show them to
ran Euiis nm
j. w. omasa.
AKNEK A SON,
Attorneys at Law,
Will nractloe In tha Hlate and Federal
Courts. Collections promptly attended
to. Offloe west aide ol square, Ural uoor
aorta of Dam sal's store.
latlassmM I a .
sals M Bars.
A Basra atelM.
a r-T. c. HAY-EVR
A psrtleat Is applM Into saetl nostril and Is
agrecsuls. 1'rlorMoaaUstdnjsgtiU: by mail,
rttfiUtiM. m isQit Circulars traa. Lx
Bliuo , brossisu, uwasa, K
Thursday, March 24.
Ml i small III
snun wm assxn
Will mak their Third Annnnl Kale as
above .ndictttattd, which will uibiau
drutu trutuaviui0 of tb lmel, bt-nU
ia i-'arroll ud hulina couiilii. J'ur
otiUlutfuwi mid further lufuruttitiuo
vddrttM or ftpplr to
b, J. UOJiJiHTSOV, Bec'y.
Oi CiUrulltuu, Mot
On the j
NOTICE Ol ELECTION
For Voting on Loan of f 17,000
by Richmond School
In compliance with an order of the
Hoard of Directoraof Itichmond School
District, Kay county, Missouri, a meet
ing held on Thursday, March luth,
ls.s7, notice Is hereby given that an
election will be held at Ilichmond
college building In said district, on
Saturday, April 2, 1887,
To decide upon a loan of seventeen
thousand dollars (ei7,ml) for said dis
trict, for the purpose of erecting addi
tions to the school buildings of said
district for white schools and colored
schools, and for Improving ami modi
fying said building (college building
and colored school house).
Said amount of seventeen thousand
dollais ($17,10.1) lo be secured by
the issue and sale of thirty-four,
rive hundred dollar 1(1 SO year bonds at
rate of interest not to exceed 0 per
cent per annum.
J. C. imoWN, Pros'.
J. W. lli.Ai k. IScc'y. 8-
ifrrfcr of Publication.
STA I K OK WISS0UUI,M
Cut mv ok Kat. f m In Chi-
I'roliaii- tnirt in nnd for the couniy yL
U. hihI utr' nf MiMuiirt, jAtitinry teim,
t.it.uary 2J, Iw7.
J. It. UhiiiiIuiu, I'uMic Ailministrator.
tn i'lirjrft of Llm etatp of A. JC. Uuna,
ilcr'aHC'(i OrnVr ol .'uhltration.
N-iw at this tlHy John K. llatnlUoii,
t'tilitio AtJmitiistrator ol Uay county, in
t-lmrKO uf the rstato nf A. K. Iana,
loita-afil, imomm to thi Court
hU m tifToii, pntylitfc for an order for salr
ut o mm h ut tho rtuil vstato ol suhJ tle-rca-oil
ad will puy anil sntisly tho re
maining (1''ttUue hy aaiil estate and
yt't unimhl for want of MilTlnlimt Mfut,
.ifi-onipiitiirij hy tho account, 111 and
inventories- r.'riiilrt-. hy law m such caso.
on rxnminatlon whertol it U ordred
that all Hrnonj Inty-tentcxi In the etatt'
ol Hitld di.t'MMd Im nntilied that nnnJica-
(ion a.4 aloret-ald has been made, and
Hint un I eni! tint contrary he ihown on or
hfforu the tlrftt day ot the next Urm of
tins Court, to im) iR'iu on me iui Uuy
ii April nxi, u Dein(r me nm
Monduy of raid month, an order will oe
in ado lor the tale of the whole, or to
uiui h ol the real estate of said deceased
as will he aultlctent lor the payment oi
-a ni deiii. ; ana it i luriner oruereu that
this noil'-e be publUhed In tome new-
DHiM r in this sute lor lour weeks betore
the next term ol this Court, until which
lime this cause la continued.
Coiintv ol Hay, f " 1. John T,
Banister, Judge and Clerk of the Probate
Court in and lor said couulv. herubv
otrtily that the above is a true copy ol
the on if in al Order ol Publication therein
relcrreu to, as the aonie appears of ruo-
oru in oiy omcej.
mtneaa tny uaoa atiudre and Clerk
anu t te eai oi our sm a court.
Iou at otilue in Klhmond.
hx.al) Id said county, this 25th day
oi reuruarv, a- i'., isot.
JUUaN T. BANlMKti,
TIM Jude and Clerk.
Order of Sale to Pay Debts
!TATK OF MIMSOt RI,
l'.Hinl nf Ma I s
IN THK FKOHATK COLRT.
In the niattftr ot tbe Eitate of Thoniu Thomp
Ktn. iifcfUfwd i K. T. fisJiuoier, Adiiiiulsirittur
Sow at this day oome R. T. Hcboolfr. Admin
tutrutiir itf the mtt ol TIkiii dim 1 Iiiiiiiiiw.hi
titN-t-HsiMl, aiht pruvtM to the Court tliat Ui
onicrof fuhlU-atiuu niMde uKn hit petition tu
i (it? rvisMwr utiii, ioou, uiervui, ium wu pn
lwie(J, jk'oi-iIIiik tu law, ami inuvmi for an
Ii ili-r of htth. iMirniiAUl to Kald iMttiilnn tuui
iintu-tt: v. lii'ruuNiu U Court nKwU to licur
tli testimony produci-d, tuid to evHnitnt Hie
punier V.HM ii(ijrenr uHit niiiK im appin-aiioii ol
Mini AdiiiiiiisLnitor for tiie Hle ol real tmiate. m
mi Hnlil puUliuatlou iiitfutioiitl; and It being
pniYctl to ih' l on rt that the pt-ntotial futatw ana
f rtvfu (if isald ilt'cfaw-d In the hanui ol snid Aii-
innii.-iinttor ant not fturtlcli-ut to pay the dehia
it ut) ut ni owl n if lii mud utiUtf, It In onlcred that
the Nstid AiliumlHtrator. 11 ret UhvIiik the Aame
duly appraltud accord in jt to law, do wll the real
HiiiU- iiiftiUmicii in &ld eillloii, and hi'reiiial
ur dfMniM-d, at public sale, for Uii purpoMti of
pajliiK urua uira ut nam enwue lis aiorenaMI.
1 K T. fe-lHMiler. AilmliiUlruliip ui.in.u..i
Hill wll mild proiN-rty at the nuutli front door w
IW PIUIl UOUJO 111 Ultj im alt:ilillUUUt OU
MONDAY, APRIL 4th, 1887,
IWwM ii t lie hours ofulne o'clock In ih fnr.
ihhiii and he o clock lu the alUrnoou o( aald
day, ami d-iruiK Hie mi ting of the rrohato Court
ol t'siiy couiiU. MltMiurl. lor 1-u.hL in IihixI .)i
.Ii- liht, title and 1 til rent uf said Hiuiiku,
i ininip! ui-ciriw - ium ne aau at uh tliuc
Ol llll llL-alll, to UlV folloVVIIIH real CSlatis ailnl..
in ili.-'l ol Itii-huiotid, oouul ul Hay aud late
ol lturt to vwi
HtliiiniiK at ii (mint otitic wiitli line of the
iioriiicatt oiiuru'.r oi uie noniiu,il ijuarter ol
lull tlllly-iX. Ill toWliHlllll tlltV-tsan l ram...
tvfiii-eiktltl, tlnrivfcet ML-tof the sou t iicii.it
ronter tltfivisf, t belief C3t on said hue to the
riri -.ircet. lliciii-e north vllii tua cast hue of
Mid street one hundn-d feet, thence eant to Uie
itrect, theiit:e soiilli oue hundred feet with U0
wen Hue ol said last uientiunetl street to tliu
piia'-e oi in Kiiiuiui.. i iiu ;uiie milium WIU LOT pU(-
louuty of luy. i I.JohuT. Itanliter,
Jii'lae ul lilt; ir !;iite t ourt of itald eouniy,
lii-n-by certiiy ihat the loreKoiriK la true copy
ol the oriifhial t tnter of ftle therein referred Lu,
an the ni: uppeara of reuonl lu mv ollli.
yitiieuiuy Imud as Juiigt aiut Hm' teiil of our
luud Court. Ifone at oitice in HUh
luoiid, lu Mid uoiiuty, Uiu lt day uf
JoiiN X. BANfrSTKIl,
10-4 JuiIkc ul I'roliate.
THUS 1 EE S SALE.
WlIkltKAH, lh.rr.yW. JIalteritin
aviul)riti II. ilaltermaQ. bu w.tu.
their cvrtaiu ntwi uf trimt, dattxl
OM'nitjcr l't, ana record! Id the
iK-conif r- oiuu, at kii'iiuiodu, Kay county
Miaftourt Id hook lu, at liVt, noDvevaxI
to tii, W. l.avalot k.in trui. ill ihs rihi
tills, inttireait aud mute In and to Uie following
flvturiL.td real (Mtuie, nhuaU, lying od hemic
in l tie couniy o( nuy aim aiat nt Hiuourl.
to -wit I
1 u tweniy-one anrea oir or tha oortb and or
the norlhettat iiua lerof the noilhetut uuariftr
of aeetioD , nu twntyevao aarva all of thf
uorui ena ui iu norinwai iUarti:r oi the north
mi qiiancr oi MoiiuD in, aou tue anuthaast
oiiitrur of ttie aouiheaat uualtarof Mctlnn . a.n
ia towaehip ftd of ramie tl. conu.nlnav In sail
w ftrrea wore or leai.
W biob ai'l oenvtjyanoa wm m In tnni tn
Mid irutlee to Mtcure tbe liaymant of a ot-rialD
oromiory oota id deed of uuit deacrlhud:
which aaid not la now duo. and unuaid
therefore. In aocordauca with tb orovii.
lon of aald deed of triut and at
Uie teuutMt oz ma icat bolder oi
il noia. 1 will uroueed to aatl iha utm
dt-aMirihcd real aiUie at tbe aoutb frontdoor
ot tu oourt bouaa id tba oltr of atlcbutuod, la
the county of Uay, tlata ut MUaouil, to tbe
bitfuMt btddar, lor otwbt pub lio auwUon, ga
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1687,
Uetweaa tba bour Of 10 o'clock. In lhst fet-s
noon and Arm o'elocA in tba afUrnooo of tbat
day , to aatlaty aald trual aaa Ul udumi of
lvcuUiig tliii trut.
J NUROHANT TAILOM
Cast slda of tht Public Bquars
Ipvltes all to call tnd tot bit
lm Spring r.i im Ml
I can srlve asttsfactloo and a perfect
St Is always pruarautieexl. Come sad set
8TROPE & CO.
IIU W. Xtll Ml . Una t lr.
bav to cluae out over
and thy v. ill n'KardlfM of coat until January
Vua r Orcaa at bail iri- hy talliiiK
aarly or wrlimK l"r i ralaloituta aud pheea. Har
4,111. In aacond baud 1'lauua, IllUo uaod. 4tl
ST. LOUIS. MO,
The Great Specialists,
Wniyirwf nf ITl?rt)llf lltw HwtUl. txa-
J.,,!, Ki..li.rf, M Itmm Mia "'r-n ""J?
fuaiiy. tf an U lufut ni I
tli. a a,ii It MiiBultatd b tirnsl-Uti'lli
iillllira IB I
OonorrkuM anA BfvhltlU. H.iait,
HfluHnrlHir tvctl T-i'ia UmsWI b, staM inuni
I oail.iHl. bi wnnk isssUmsU are attatja m
111 KTaVall aVIllI
(j-iiumul. Mstta. WsaUasUiliHIii
Fo r tho People
rj'at . A;1' ' 'mt v. vr v' ,rr r'Jfm!
Wn are asking for business tlint will ave luij-ors money,
il'gumcnts nro useless. Let Uio Onuds talk.
Is first-class tlirouglmut, combining
With prices STRICTLY FAIR. Xo salo is expeeted
unless ve prove this.
We are Anxious to Show You Our Goods.
(iimlity up and prices down nt
J. 0. Brown
Ladies' Gold Watcbes, Fob Chains, (ueen Cbains, Xeck
Chains, Lockets, Crosses, 13ar Pins, Cull-Tins, Cuff and Collar
Buttons, Gents' Gold and Silver Watches, Eye Glasse?; and
Gold and Silverware of all kinds
We do all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry work.
Como and seo us and wo will save you money.
Post Office Building, J
Up with tiie Times I
Having remodeled our mill to'L e
ful operaliou, Diaaing a supurtor artiswur i-tour, e aic jiieparnd to
EXCHANGE FLOUR AUD
For wheat aud corn at all timet. Customers bi iiiL'inir lior more busliels uf
wheat can get Hour from tlielr owu grain. Tli.mkn.K oi.r olil trienrls and cus
tomers for past patronage, we rcirjclftiU? solicit a cititiitnaime of the same;
also all the new customers possible. "Fair dealing anil courteous treatment
il our motto. Highest market price paid for wheat aud corn,
T. T. TAIT,
8-3m I'rop's 'i'aitsville Mills.
Agr icul tural -0- Implements,
Hardware, Wagons, Buggies
METALIC AND WALNUT
Burial Cases Caskets,
All wadded and padded. Also a full lins of LSurial Suits aud Kobet at
W. E. JACKSOH'S -iUirjaUare
In Graud Opera House Block, North side of Square,
EIOHMOND, - MISSOURI
-WUES 10U WANT A.W'illU L
sjewslry, Wite, EubiiIs, Dseb d Silverwares
At Heasoualle aud Living l'tkcs, go to
HERSHFIELD, THE JEWELER,
920 Mulu St. KaiiHiiM City, JIo.,
Write for prices or good! on approval. We cau save j uu Uiiiuey on
anything lu our hue.
920 Main Street. Kansas City, Mo.
A powtrf.il preparation sMiroiiOODtratil Umtaifuw Ant r t thr. murfwn wtll inetrt
lo verj buutt, aiui ftlutMt ImUMIi rtiitv 9in. HAll l.ittAL. tmw 4 IBfc r
Rheftmatlun, lfAvraltfla, 8?rtUn, Btilf Iolntn, Brnlscts. Trtunpt, Lull
BmU, Tooth-iU, lur Tkrotwt, Pins in LI an,
r In mny part tf num. Wtll aVail loUilng nr il.)njo..r tin auto. It bu bsen
tu wDlut uaw bf i-byali ianiand otbra for ilU jftmra. Aik your ljrurrfil for IL Priou, aotga
fl LI m.mWm fe3
I ri,llVf r aa-aak,
twHrvsM M) saslsaaW W pot) l if UaaMal rou(lrl(l I ll.ilnHr LillilUfcfd, (,
W, ATI E PUBPFH & CO.,pHnnPHU,PA
tsiitirtatsfstt 11 TnTtifiiiiiaiimtiiiis'iriiiiiirri nrrnii : 1 m l i.anasiiii
of Ray County.
Ua? ncrain returned, bringing
with it "iiny beautiful designs
Don't tail ' to see on Soring
Stock, consibtin of
Ladies' Ear Drops,
Mccarty & co.
Full llolltr S.hUtii, nml now iu success
FAHhrl AMUAL m 188-2
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...di.-u-ai, .i-.., i m; 11,-11...11, kiu
Plnniss, Tttirnii(isii'al "lin k suit riiurj
U 11 1. NOV f lrtll III VI. til TAIII.IJH.d
VHItjfi, ti.-tl B C.f. If L l-Ha,ll"0 mtwhv!. IWlXl
It f-rt-itVT for
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im y IV la ti-n'rtirm. tml ill ( ,rrl:M) .
Vaall llaaM 4 iKa aru.M .1..- ..ln h. '
J. C. BnoWK MEP. CO-,
I WILL INSI1RF YOUR KCGS.
II mala Ins la fceU fltty hogs ltli
DR. JOS. HAAS'
Hog and Poultry Ecinedy
T ll i1
, iNon gcntiiuf.witUuut tlila liutlu Murk.j,
AS A PREVENTIVE:
Than to Irwe on hy Ii-wmi'-. Iktrhsis- trtp ttrn
latirk It put a uimiii tiie boyst wilt nturn ttirt-e
Umra Its nnL ritrta an Im tlrr than ItniUktioua,
ietVM reast toe loikmtDK latimuhialai
I wnatdfr II 11 urciirt and do not tntrnd to
l wiUiout IU M- I). Jobnaon, Witlki r, M11.
It la a mirfeaa nnd we (.litM-rfultT Uiitlly lo the
1JUIMJ. t.rlftin tV Hm., IA I'UUa, Mo.
I ttavf (wrd Dr. Am. Haa' Htt Rfmrxlv mid
rail rrcuiu nit1 tut it an tt un curt lor Ium cl i'ile rit,
Mid 1 am aim It bwi aved tnu Iroin awu tu
l,oua KrauK Lee, MaimitMU, tu.
1 havf1 med your mnlkinu lor wvcml yuum.
P. Woltcr, Knoi. City, Mo.
PrioM, Wi ne, and no nu )Kr nnx:'iS
pound cau f 12.00, Auk for Ti-stllnuLials. tr ur
J. D. TAYLOR, I
Who anibo8zd hy mr to rpcelve nniITorvLrd j
McatiKt diafaat. A 11 roiitrwU o( lnaitr:iiiri mII
pruvidr that 1 abiiil ) tin HiMKhT M A It
Kb'l l'KU K for very ltitured nm IhtUdki
truiii diwwte ulille bring ftatii. It. nu ily.
JOH. II ASH, V. S.,
a-gttl ludl.iiiaHiUn, Ind.
WMTIRN MEDICAL A SURGICAL
I. t. sr. IU aa4 M.ssn St., Saaui ntf. .
ORS. DIOKIRSON STARK,
auROCONS IN CHAROS.
MlH eaUrrk. fetval (omptatnt. Impurity of thu
blood and cbronic dls-fawn ttiai huTo n-t-a ronahl'
awl annalasa and Io"uraiin. L'txlMf tin Clnbtlf
atanctM are patleoU aiiinlUed for upatm. nt uuk'ta
tbtttr cat can M cared or at ltat benntlttd. w
t&Tiu ia avaoad to comapwad wltA ua.
CHEAPEST EATING ON EAHTH!
AttK V(JU UKUUtH rOH THF Ml
rtm a CXTQ THiOmotNALAND Only G(H1'in
XiAAoiV O TAKE NO OTHER BRAND,
XB.AJK rUH CO., ST. LOU 1 1, HO.
PROBATE COURT SETTLEMENT DOCKET.
April Ttrm, 1887.
JOHM T. BANIHTKU, JVl-Gr:.
Ut day, mondav, amiii. 4.
ADMIN IKTItA I oR, (iL'AK
K.HTATR. Ill A H, I'IKsTiMIOM E-
ItAiiitah l iinnatiT,
N 1111 K. HrvKidlmr.!,
.1 A A- .1 II ll:im-l,
M K hn Md hunt,
w T Uronn,
I'letiHAiit II . 4'ittra, Haiiuiel l 'atka,
2NU UAY, TUESDAY, AI'ltlL 3.
f II Cow fit i . MurllmroHntu,
.lolm rk-vftiiKcr, M I. civiiuit,
Jotm N Cravcu, ll J Menth & U
ThonuiH Vtr, H H t liac,
lllnuu t)nwliy, .1 MCmwh-T,
I. & It Caniiihell, Mrv t aniilal.
I II & C IIiikIw. .ICt'nmtiy,
KnlMrt Tarv.Jer, .1 V (. lark.
SF Le, K f. ciftPiiKi-r,
J T ft A Martin, W H Ctiinphtll,
8ltD DAY, WKIiNKMJAY. AI'ltlL fl.
A In hirk.t
.) I' llnl. 'It,
J ( iMllon,
.1 M Irorton.
TIiuniiw K hall.
It J WtMhun.
John W bi.otwt.ll.
KK&WII hi lion,
ii & 1) K eater,
M f Klliott,
John V tiamr,
4TH DAY, TfXL'BSUAY, A PHIL 7.
T W ("(ortoo,
n n limit,
T H H i 'it tit,
t H Hamlligu.
r. ti iHHiiian,
I M Sharktjlford.
K J Clark et al,
H I. Klliott,
r w joy
B D Htonna.
J A KtmuUd,
6TH DAY, FRIDAY, APIIIL 8,
Kotwrt V Wright, T N L iveiock,
Lutbr M I'M, Robert I,t
R Uwrute 4 L. Uoney, Jonb L Llnnty,
L I. D l.afavHti.
K H Maiiory,
J V I'orttr.
f. ale ii Mr(,auflh.
G B Tlucker,
B J My-tifiee ft I X
OTH DAY, BATVHDAY, APRIL 0.
yt r. .nayea.
J W MrdaiiKh.
full un Maddux,
W W Mohv.
MfiTV J Mauly,
Jal W Altflit,
7TH DAY, MONDAY, APRIL 11.
3 X Overman, C Ov-rman,
Hi-iiry Odfll, W K (M-,
tin ma 1'ara, J P Hult-tt,
rl K Poilard. H I Polthn .
Cynut tVitUB, U" H IVtliis.
sV Xllaavlttll.l .1 t-f I' I.,.. '
T N rU-vi,. J H KaviH,
0 MctytoiUla, A H Hum ley,
L L boKgvM, W R)nold,
8XH DAY, Tl'E&DAY, APRIL 12.
W r Hlytlie. I, HI y Hi & j w Adatr
loMhh huarks, Hi Siiarkai,
U U Mia. Vt-ltord, J R Hiuiimon,
A N iMiussaibautfh, il Hiiobaiiu,
&T1I DAY, WKDNKflDAY, APRIL 13.
H V htaward.
1 1; KoMUMn.
h A t' f mon,
Infill- 1 4 lor.
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i (' HirwilM.
J W HliitlHcll,
JOril UAV, TUI'HSIIAV, Al'lilL U.
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M I. I nitiism,- n f & j -iiLiiuusun,
M.iry aiuudiil. j u u m,..
iiS'M"."."' allWunati. '
CM iiiinier, ii u ltiu..nu.ii.
llTll HAY, I'lllUSr, AFlllL IS.
rhsrtN Willtsjii,, j ft HainlUuii,
'Allen. II II tt aril,
I'tslHI. .1 il Vt ll,u.
a M.Stunusck, a 111 In v,
liTlI I.AY. ATIHHAY, AI'HIL 10.
I T HIviiM.tS U 1'uvlnr .1
W MIVM-UIIU, K l MH'lin
A uakiuu. M' It v.ui .....
J 4 a Itssaon. W A Ystf,. '
a A k c A Williams, a j Wiiii.,,',,,
J Ulues, imtllllliie.,'
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SAST If TT .j p.it"s
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m 1 tW Mull fiHiL.