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' TlM'ltSIIA V. Al'lill. 21, IKNi,
With tint Inane I again aaaume run
ttolof Ilif In X'x hat. after nltiiff
of t tniething overthr.e yearn, lam
omrwhnt linkm In health, Just now,
but hop t mm regain si usual vigor
1 m too well known to the reader ol
the paper to make It neceaaary to lay
down any Una nf action 1 prnpune t
pumae, a 1 ahall commence about
where I left off, ami Willi a few enrep
Uons puraue lnj old policy. I shall lie
more conservative than formerly and
on a few questions pel hap not touch
at all. If I made enemies while run
ning the DutiH HAT. I a-k their fur
(iveneuand hope we ran all rub out
How, and commence over again. 1 ak
the name liberal support from the pub
lie gi ven to me in other yean and liopr
to niehta continuance of the same
With Charity for all arid malice toward
time, I am your moat obedient aer
rant, Tints. 1. IIikiik.
Independence has uiganlred a board
of trade. Iltchmouil could follow an it
lo a good advantage.
Frederick T. l,edcrgerlier, a promi
nent republican politician of St. Louis
baa beu indicted for peusiuii frauds.
The Hate lloird of Kqualiiation lain
session at Jeflerann City. W. 1). Kiaher
of this county has been chosen one ol
The Slater Index aavs lilleeii babies
have been born in that town in the
last two weeks. That speaks well for
the health of the place.
The city council last night ordered a
vole taken on the proposition to extend
the city limit. The day on which the
Vote Is to be taken has not been set.
Mr. Anderson has given the people a
II v. wideawake newspaper during our
absence lu search of ex perietice. Now
that we are back in harness we will
try to do the same thing.
The lifth regiment of state militia.
Col. C. C. Allen commanding hits been
disbanded, on account of the failure o
the appropriation by the legislature
for the support of the militia.
In Holt county last week On is
Keiffer aged 12 year ahot and killed
his brother aged M years. It is the old
story. They were playing with a gun
when it was accidentally discharged
It was our intention, to this week
point a picture of the new school build
ing, but for some reason unknown U
us the artist ha failed to send the
plate. H e hope to receive it in Uiue
for our next issue.
The talk of a boom lu Denis in,
Texas, is all bosh. We owned a nice
house and there and was compelled to
aell It for less than the improvements
cost, or bold to It with the prospect ol
taking less after a while.
All the trades' union in ht. Louis
will hav? a grand street parade on the
Urst of May, Is commemoration of tbe
adoption of the eig!:' Lour rule. All
Hairs other than our national colors
will be excluded from the procession.
The telegraph says about 6.i(J0ahoe
makers In New York have withdrawn
from the Knights of Labor, and organ
lied a union of their own. The attempt
of trie local assembly to manage tbe
affairs of the shoe makers calmed the
All IswaahmiH hTJweik Iat
foundation, lienre w hen the legislature
meets next month to pats a law for
the regulation of railroads in this state,
the interests of both railroads alii the
shippers should be carefully considered.
There are millions of dollars Invented
in the railroads of Missouri, and the
building of those nda haa develop!
the state and Increased the value of
our land more than one hundred fold.
A market has Iteen opemd for what
we raise and the goods we need in
exchange are sold to us at moderate
prices, in comparison to what we paid
before, the roads were liutIL In fact
the advantage of railroads are to be
seen on all hands. They are the life of
the state, and such Important enter
prises should not be injured or crip
pled by unjust laws. Neither should
the railroad management tie permitted
to oppress the people by placing un
just burdens on them in the matter of
freights. If freight ran be transported
From Kansas City to St. Iaiuis for a
stipulated price, it can le just as
cheaply carried from Itichmond an
equal distance for the same money, and
In pass a law requiring the railroads to
treat all towns and all sections alike,
is but simple justice and cannot be
burdensome on these corp irati ns. If
the legislature w ill pass a law of lb s
kind and give the board of railroad
commissioners authority to enforce the
law to the letter, no damage will be
done to either the railroads or the ship
pers, and matters will be so adjusted
as not to damage any material interest
of the state. As the matter now stands
the freight tariffs are to some extent
unjust and should lie so regulated as
to remove these objections, which
often work a great hardship on ship
pers at way stations, where thete is no
competition. Again we reeat. Do
not injure the railroads by unjust or
oppressive enactment, but make a law
that will do justice alike to the rail
roads and shipper. This can be speed
ily done if the legislature will as a
body cut itself biose from the imluence
of the lobby of shrewd manipulators,
collected to control their acts, and gn
to work earnestly with no object other
than the public good in view.
We bow to the new editor.
'lit w htpimrwiil storm was a dandy.
Oats are looking well.
The lale rains li ive helped the wheat
lice are lu iking good use of tbe
each and red bud bloom.
Mo4i all me scnool tiiiricvs vuwxi
six months school.
l ain low voted to reinir their house
but we learn the opposition will carry
the matter before the commissioner.
Mm. Ilerron bi tter known as I ran-
ky Kmlly was here last week swearing
vengeance against her supposed enemies.
Constable livers of Hlchnmiirl was
interviewing the Imivs this week.
otaioco reiaera return itianss ror
Ihe wi-tniiss. as tloy had teen watering
their plunt-lieds for the II n't time since
A Mark (Mk boy and his nroiner-
In-law had a I imt clan row one day last
Farmers n-rt their early planted
corn coming up nicely.
Our prott ssor or pjmology sa)8 me
peaches will blast in the bloom.
A venirtiouiiisi ami negro utiiiaiiei
combination of a man, has Irceu gull
the boys around here of late.
Ouite a number of farmers have baa
their fences burned, during the late
drv and windy weather.
He have not tmtieen .lonn mone,
Polo's honmer around here lately.
Joe llrlslv will dupose of his stock.
and move to Fresno county, Cal.
Mrs. lloyer who moved to Kansas
some two years ago, has returned and
will spend her remaining days in oiu
sheep owners were kept busy last
Sunday looking after tbe newly shorn
docks, and we henr of several farmers
losing quite a number from exposure.
The hunters and I rappers living on
Crooked river, ronleas w ith shame and
sorrow, that t lie jr allowed a mink to
grow o old that he Iwcarne cheeky
enough lo raid a Methodist minister's
chicken house, and deprived hiiu of Ills
earlv friers A minister will suffer one
of his charge to s'ray from the fold
now and tnen but his chicken flock is
held Inviolable and brother Tommy de
clared war immediately. Tbe last
heard from him he waa priceing steel
traps by the doren.
Itl l KKVE.
The Inters Late Fair at Kansas City
is a thing ot the past. The company
has been dissolved and the grounds
will le sold. It is thought tbe grounds
will sell for nearly three fourths of a
million. The improvements will not
ell for much.
A good turnpike road running along
by a farm Increases It value Si ou the
acre at least. Every farmer can afford
to subscribe liberally for such work as
it is of great benefit to him and Id
subscription cau usually be paid In
work and produce.
The jury in tbe case ot 1'age, the niau
cbvrged with wrecking a train at he-
dalia, aome time during the etrlke ol
last year, failed to agree and were dis
charged. The evidence sgaiuat I'age
waa very strong, but a majority of the
jury favored hi acquittal
The Wal'ash Kail ay ha served no
tice ou the St JOUU & St. Joseph rail'
way that in (SO days it will cancel lU
contract and tratic agreement. This
will lead the St. Louis & bt- Joseph to
bridge the river at Lexiiigton aad
saake a contract will the Missouri Pa
cific or Alton.
Ay Uould baa been making a tour
Kansas with bis son George and other
railroad eelebrities. Tbe result will
doubtless be the purchase or building
of connecting line. Mr. Uould Is oo
longer absolute railroad king, as other
great corpoiatiou are crowding him
on all sides.
It Is announced in some quarter
that the well kuuwu negro politician,
J. Milton Turner, of St. Louis, has giv
en in his allegiance to the Deui'tcratic
party and desires to become a full fel
lowship meuiber. It if easily under
stood that the successor tbe Democrat
ic party, and its position a dispenser
of public patronage haa caused this
change, and not any political tenet set
forth. Turner ha aeeu that the presi
dent is willing to rerognire the colored
man in selecting federal othcials and
he has doubtless, kicked himself sever-
times lor not joining the ranks of the
party sooner. To the thinking Hem
crat however, it is a question a lo
whether the addition of audi men aa
Turner will tie of any advantage to the
party, lu the raukj are already to be
found too many men, who are there
either for the money there 1 in It, or
the graUUcatlon of their own ambition.
It is often the case that these men are
not at all suitable for leaders, yet they
insist on pushing themselves forward.
and if they cannot coutrol a they wish.
they are ready for a bolt, hence this el
ement has produced great discord in
Democratic rank lu many counties in
Missouri. Having no particular love
or allegiance for the party, they do not
care for it success, if they cannot use
it to carry out their own purposes. 'o
doubt Turner will proTC one of this
class, sod instead of being a benefit.
will prove in incubus to retard party
URDEREO HER INFANT.
That it Waal tfc Jury Cairo Aaatatt Cuba
New reached the city yesterday that
a iegro infant had tu found dead at
Camden, uuder circumstance that
suggested foul play, and Coromr
Divilhiss immediately repaired to the
spot and held au inquevt on the body.
It was found to be the olUpring of a
colored woman named Catharine Wil
liams, and according to her statement
was born dead on Monday last. The
child was found in a washlub with
about three inche of warm water in
tbe bottom. It waa dead with it
head crushed and showed evi
dence of having been dead some hours.
II er statement was not received by the
oorouer' jury as kullicient proof, and
other evidence was adduced which
lead the jury to believe that the child
waa born alive last Saturday and had
been killed by it mother, hence they
rendered a verdict chargiLg her with
being the author of it death.
Whit a Farntr Trenton Drugsiit an Promi
nent Atrumaa Styt about Or. Jackson !
Comatsa Sans Liniment.
Tiir.NToN. M., Jan. 15, .
wliimi It tiuj cowvni
In March. Dr. T. II. Jack win
siient two weeks in our city in intro
ducing his Common Senao Liniment
and other remedies. During the f.il
win: vear tbe gross ch sales from
in v drug business werel:!.'"j lucluded
in which were sevetity-lo doen (txH
Uitiles ol Dr. T. II. Jackson's Common
ene Liniment. In an experience of
tenvearsasa retail druggist, I never
struck a reiuedv which wave such uni
ver.il siitialactioti 111 the treatment ol
all the imirinities of the tleh for which
Itr. Jackson recommends Ins Liniment,
as does said Common sense Liniment,
and to day. January 15, !., It is a
standard household remedy in a large
proportion of the homes of our coun
11. - . . ii.i!Mi,a.
01 BO id C3
Lav Lai L
i 1 i Mi d
A Common-Sense Remedy for Every Family.
It la cooling and soothing, does not burn, blister or stain the skin, nnd requites no nibbing.
and certain cure lor the uiscascs nmx iuiHi.
SPECIAL DIIECTIOIsrS I'OR TJS33
MllSCUlar Rheumatism. Pains in the Side and Bret, jCLillUins.rrostBittcDandTetiderreet,
Thli diiHtaM 1 tsti!si. hf lStirln or lniirtf, I cusvf WrnM r injur!'-, 'in ! r
VMUiriK iDlliamrriSit trxi q thm miiSp aHopftr; it of hi l.iniafiT, tnt-"'-1 !f"r- 1
W. rltr nn iMn"n of thn Mtvod. tod ''attiwini
rvU pakla. For evil OAsWt ti tliiR klDii, aply Ui
lintl rinnrl th imrtf stTrtrd, wMrh wit!
aThtf th mttwolpft, rmTinar tit rrr-tir fro"i
tjttc btood vesfM'i. whl' h will rit lrtatnrtl relief.
Continue thf iipli'-ntton (or rwonatbl Um,
Ddkour will b cflcclti.
TV1Urk if ataQaavj hy lnurivrt tn4i)i limb. In
aTfT rr nt mux. K"ni-ttmca th kuer, anl.lt or
tsvk, rnfinT ulirlnWinsf ot lr muwlr-w arounti
thm nib louti. Bind inrHiin of th Mm-, frinntlr
jtiislDft svuto pfttn, mtiBtiriv tt dltln nit or itnt-o.
Itil, to brins U lex lorwud; Ui mid tflB
xUndiOK lo lit foot.
Ttwt. Bth tli rrinul coNimn. I'm htp
n1 mtiiwl, and rant' of me Ire anil fen, man
th LictsiiitT, whifh will rrlftx th oorli liilrt'-Mtf
h iolnUj Crl , hothl. T e i mi I ( Ion of tttr
ttlooa, ftoif Btrrnitthfii th part si;;.tu-.I. Cb
tinu lOUBti ttt l.winriT rMoBinl IcDftb of
Mom, ud rvri vill b nrt4.
Neuralgia or Nervous Headache.
IUIh th forFiMrJ, tTnp1op and hark of tbs
ara with tha Linihikt. AIo(Mur mnn of ihm
laivjiMBwt In ttia palm of tha hand and muff up
the Doalrila. It la pteaMint. fooling to li e 'vv-d
yarta, and will m ImmvdUta raliet, and may If
aacd with perfect aareiy.
Bath tha back, apt eat eolamn. lifpa. arrofn and
Atiackoa of tha thigtia with tti l.iiaii.T, which
atrancthao the maaola, Inbrirato tl: JjioU
at tha apinal eolomn, giTlna; rlrf with a (aw
ftppllr-aUooa, and a aura oora wUi ba Baowd try
fcw ' oootlDootu uaa.
Unwi, to and aro ind It c prt atlccivJ.
, a i-(
P 71 PENETRATING
V , .vY5f HI
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' I I T?P.T. A YTTJn. I I
7PWMllinMiw'M,5;i;i,"L sansissj i
It U a tarmless. spd
h frt thomitchly with th Lit1
iiy. which wilt id a ahort time maka a
Raiha arnnrl far wif- th I.r
tn th flnstr With Hie aarti'i nr. ( a,:
In Ml- of th ir trh -l run Ik- ijo-if -,.
aafal, aad toMnt rxlil will auJuiJ-, J.
CORNS AND BUNIONS.
til ,v r!tt ; f -1'
cmi'fd hv rM. A piir'ni In the tar, tur-I'
irvii ThrtrMieh!y (atnr".! the rfm with
rT, nur'if ami mornuiK, fnr a h-w itiya,
uliuiM III ho sHiV'nila uti't the H'ironfn
iiiit r-mni., then the Corn can be eaail
vino to ij with a ltcir.
F-1 Mnr Crti Brwi.w Mai; a thoronch
i: lirinu-iii of tin f.tHv;Tt fur a few dnT, to Ilia
. aiM'i-l. which will remove the tuHamnia
,1 ju mu t (-oicuem.
i of drum, I'M's-
pasaatte cf ttie ear. are all
SPRAINS AND BRUISES.
TtFiTmtjr. Aft.ly th l.riniaT tJ-ro-Tfi
pr-'Unit r?r, aUiTn ar. I . i, :.; . ... - ;
fiumr with tr. Limi m sn I ai i-'v f in- i,
of the ir, In I; n .11 faiiata itir'Olii.'liofMi"
In tfi affi't-d pri". di"'lipir th win a,r.i a.
rtcurtor the pa"-ni;-B i-f 'r,f H li m .v I " n
without rot po!ii hri' if In tf-j t'i i
lit every in'Uore It will edect a p rf-ct cure.
Til v the f ii m i HiMT thoroiiKhlT to the part
r dure t.me a day, and relief will anoruy
Sore Throat and Neck.
Aflply the I,iiiwht thoretiirt 'y to ih p rti
afft., ifd ami wrap with Houup, ttr a ahort time
and relief will abort! j follow.
Stiff Joints and CoutractxJ Cords,
THIhe the fu'l lenrth of ti e mn ''- rf th
Hmtis) oflVi-terJ. which wrll n !u t1. mrl. S.fn
rale tha otnl with th" I iinr. nn-l wrn it wth
flatnnel, wtiit h treatment will ln'rioie ri, K
art l on to the Joint, and ..fVrd rvl!f if cr'mtiu-d
a time Vr,,rvr1lnate to the Urn' the II" b tie
been dt9ae"d. In all reeve whire osif"sti;n
haa not taken place, a cure will curtainly follow.
All mta, biuliea, aorea, bites of potaonoua nnh
trial, hurt or lnlurlea, requiring an estertutl
appiioaUon, will be promptly beoeBtted by tbw
T. II. JACKSON'S
A COIMON-SENaE EEMEDT.
For Familv Uee.
I A'HRnR'RF.NT I
lyiliill rr- r
ffVOR MAtU)RBEAf I1 1
BialMaiiTia iiii I "''" mmssntamammmm
-SIT IEQTJIXIE: ISO HTJI3J3irCGt. s-
Tor aU DISEASES of MAN or BEAST EEQUIfiDfQ an EXTERNAL APPLICATION.
Being n freat AVworbent, it acts directly, wllhoul any frlrtinn, aa a ready diaaolventofallklndsof Swellings and Callouse
Instead of leaving the affected parts hard, drv and fever'mli, It is cooling; In it nature, and leave them pliant
and in a healthy condition. It creates a healthy emulation of th blood by dinolvingall hardaub
Stance or foreign matter located in any vart of t he sraiein.oausuiR it to pass off through,
tUo pores of the skin and the channela designed by nature. It reduce InfUm
mation, relates Cords and Muaclea, soothes and allays Pain, by
i . creating a healthy circulation around the affected part.
IS A BTJBK AND BPEIDT CUBE FOB THE FOLLOWISa DISEASES!
TpAT "JUT ATSJ MUSCULAR BHEUMATISM, SCIATIC RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA,
-J- ' jjervoug Headache, Lumbago In tha Baok, Flourisy Fains In the Bide,
PREPARED ONLY BY
T, S. & CO., Quince, Illino
Sl.akaa Dtgrt Sterling.
Kii nx.i.M'. Mir., April IS, 167.
KiMTi'H UhMix hat: We beg a
small space in your paper that we.
I laughter of hbeaan, may lime to
the sisters and brothers what we are
diiing, and going to do.
Tbe Hebekah meeting was wen a
tencli-d last Friday evening. Would
have wen pleased to have haa more or
the brethren present. To the brothers
who were present, we return thanks
for their cheerful and respectful per
formance of tavars asked of them.
The degree waa conferred upon eight
lailies in a very impressive manner.
We niirnlier about tinny members at
present. It is the intention of this
order to get up a chartered lodge, and
meet regularly once a mouth. Let me
sppeal to all of the sisters and brothers
to give this auhject a careful and
serious consideration, arid give us your
presence at our net meeting, of which
due notice will be given in our city
Ihe lleUr kill's will give a fruit and
Ice cream supper the evening of the
2',th, inat.. Iirig the rVth anniversary
of the Odd Fellows.
Sistkii ot ltKUfcaAII.
After all there seems to be a little
lite tn the HriUah 1'arliai meu t, a only
last week one member waa excluded
trout the House of Common for call
ing another member a liar, aud the
prospect fur a row is growing stronger
daily. The lnab ijutatiou I the boue
The w ile of Geo. W. Frame, au ex-
ucwapaper man. ha tiled a petiliuu
for divorce, lie 1 the same man, who
a chief cierk ol the lower tiouae of the
Itgurlature, a few year ago, caused the
lusurauoe bill a pawad, to disappear
auu wa luuicuHi tor the aot Oeurge
1 a Clever fellow, but that don't keep
film from gettirg drunk and mut rest
ing bi family.
As aoona e get well enough w
propose to aolicit every bufiue man
lu Hicb mood for an advertisement
Of course w do not expect to succeed
in getting all to advertue, a there are
always drone in every hive aud it
would be atrange If Iiichmood did not
have a full share, still we hop to
tbe lire, bustling IttUeoity of Itich
mond well represented in the column
of the Dtma aar.
l.Ht Friday, known among our legal
holidays a Arbor Day, a day devoted
throughout the state to the planting of
trees aud shrubs, was fittingly observ
ed by the pupil of llichmoud public
schools. The program a published in
the Dkmkckat last week was fully
carried out, each participant arijuit
ting himself or herself witu honor to
themselves aud credit to their teachers,
ilore than Sfi trees and shrub were
plaj-d lu the college campua by the
no pill. TUetrr1Prololotro
ing nicely, and in futu."? W Uieir
cooling uliade will contribute muct 10
thecomtort ol ttie desceudauU of tbuae
who planted them.
Tbe pupil of the colored Kbool also
properly observed the day. putting out
What On si Our Cilliwt Sari,
(lallatin Uemocrat: Those who know
Adama liallinger, and most people of
ihe county know him, know that he
mid not volunteer a sntromeiii ui
benelit anyone, unlea there waa some-
thinir lo ful v substantiate it. iieau
what he aavs or jacusous common
Uallatis, Mo., January 31, 't7.
r H. JackiOlt:
1H.1I1 mii: On last Friday I called
on you ami aku it your loiumon
SeiiM l.lniuieiil waa g'xl for Caked
liair in cows. 1 our reply waa 10 nanu
me a bottle with the r quest Ihat I try
it, at the same time assuring me that
it waa just what 1 wanted. 1 applied
the Common Nenae Liniment as per
your inatruetion on Friday, noon and
night and Saturday morning at which
time every particle of cake had disap
peared from ber udder, leaving it and
Uie teats sort and in excellent condi
tion. I used your llnlmeutona
severe burn on bab' !'"d that had
been treated alout a week and waa
gelling worse, and found Ihat it rapid
ly improved from the Hrst application
and to-day is alinoet well.
PRICE : 4 oz. Bottle CO cts. ; Pint.Bottle, $ l.Ca Every Bottle Warranted.
-a as c.v
Earncho, Toothaoha, Partial Deatnesa, Corns, Bunions, Chilblain, Froat Bitten and Tender Foot, nnd ail
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Sores and AILMEHT3 EEQUIEIKQ AS EXTEBJJA1 APPLICATION.
"rrTJ TTOTa'R'lTR TEHDEa TEET, DISEASES OF THE COFFIW JOIHT, COCKED
Cords, Thrush, Sciatica In Horses' Hips, Sweeny, Scratches, Founder, Sore Shoulder, Sprung Enee,
Callouses, Collar Boils, Sprains, Injuries from Barb Wire, Fresh Cuts, Bruises, and ALL CASES BE
QUIRING AN EXTEBNAL APPLICATION.
PUEPABED ONLY BV
T. 'II. JACKSON e& CO., Cnincy, 111.
'" Z(ZOX3: 4oz. Eottlos, 50 Cents. IS oz. Bottlwa, ttl00.
Bee Big-nature of T. H. JACKSON on every package.
Bk. ITEWiiTIIEOHV liT
rnmyiOMa of (DKTdUnhi rooline RnolMnc and Strarthen
to blood loth iiiMaMd part. I Dlilte otl.ei
a. AllaTIDff liiflmmntK.n
dUaolTio qualities It oftnf and crrira ay any callf.un or K.reit-u hiiiirinni
lit ffota, 11 can b bm1 In tit UDder-vt psrla ol Uaa or beaat aitliout any buii ell
BELOW WILL BY FOUND DESCRIPTION Of t)HEASi.B AND
SPH30IAX DinECTIOKTK IPOH
I-.xiii.,- C- t-t;- tr,-1 Mti. RitirtK a healthy eircctat ion t
., Jo, - nA tji i t !- K in.ftc il:o U in. Hy tt'' pnftrrainc an
,ii .i m i, i ii i,'!' ii.iu r ttfin cuvr kio. r
Tin working of th In tenia l com
Biero bill has nut neen Tery satisfac
tory K far, but It aarneat advocate
bop for a belter outcome. la mxj
Uulanoes It aetun to bt tus purpo of
the railroad man Afar to Biaks It
odioua, wliii uUter ru it witb favor
aud are ootiridenl It will work advao
laatsuudr to railroad tntararis. Tb
law IserMlvnllr lmpartsoV and wJt
ieiUlre sow ciiaii(in( at tit Mzt
v-iHs of txij;rt.
Th LarM Fair auociali.
The Ijiaaou diatrict fair aaauciation
ba been duly organised. Sixteen hun
dred dollar of Uie capital alack ba
oeen aubacrilied and a lair rill ba beld
tins fall. Tbe following board of di
rectors was elected last riaturda) : W
V. bmllb. It. ii. i iucli, Jolin Crowley.
8. F. llobiuett, M. Mcbolaon.C. Hunt
W. Oauorne, J. Tbompson, 1. X. Wil
liam, W. it. Uippey, i'rank llrock and
twootliera. W. W. Miillb a as elected
president, Judge Harrison Chamber.
vie president, and li. K. Muutguiuery,
secretary. The gentle uien at tlte bead
of Ui association an energetic and
enterprising and wiil niak tbeir fair a
good oue. Th DtMcK at give a big
whoop for La arson.
liouae cleaning time is at band, and
If you are a prominent cituen making
hi noon -day meal (rum cheat and
cracker,1 ou may be sura that the ruler
of bi mansion is at uouie with a towel
Usd around bar bead, and the house
hold good scattered In vry direction
a if a cjclon bad Just passed that
Th ad of C. W. Wurman, calling lor
live poultry, appears in the slater lu
del. Mr. Woruien owes the editor of
tin paper J UI for like sdvertlaiog
dun fur bitn lu Carthage, Miaaiouri.
aud w wuuld adviM our uewapaper
tneod to kep an ev on bini, a he
won t pay u lie can Keep irum iu
Th eitv oouucil. laat niirht. ranted
atrewt railway franchise toth VI burner
l.la f to . or aaaaigu. fur to years,
to run strtwt railway on osrlaln street
named in U ct of iiiebmoud.
Inord-r that the people of the city
may understand that the proposition
for macadamizing our treet d'jes not
contemplate p'lltmg the money all in
a lump, ou a few streets, we. are re
quested to state that the following
sireet have been a-l?cUd to receive
their imt share of the work : Xorth
Thornton, ilamaun, College, Kaat
Xluin Milloiiald. LexiuirUrri. bouth
ulyu, iliaw, Caiuden, West Main
.' eJit week we want to
awoVd in regard to ! Jir&
nnd ffiv outti 1a- and titfure show
intC tli Importaiu-tt (tnd HdVktliiHgee or
the DrniHWiHi tnove. Out people, we
r iuUtnf'.. ttre rndy and willing Ut
ruake ny ruunil expfnaiiuie lur
thfl liuiliiing up of ourcitf, uud we
hardly think they will evr Uve tt
uior ftuiuble time than this to loan-gurit-ij
Vailuatileft wurk, which will
crtiiily be wurih tuoie tu ui tbtui it
Lett rit Liht l-it-t ot letter! re
maiuinf to post office, Hiclmiond, Mo.,
uncallMl fur. for the wk ending
April 15 :
Epizootic. Coughi, Golds and CUtemper
Tha mode of oprraliu 7 pottriHR
ft Cutiftisj of iruuit' tti iia Ojmu Lifiar
Id tJ.o ooalrila of lt hora. lioldmit th hf aJ up
to that ha will -wallow some of it, which wilt allay
tha inflammation in the throat and iloda, abtl
allow tha cluKK-Dg in tha throat to J- away,
fifioc tha aoimaT a r-hanca to broalha frly.
Vlo hatha tha top of tha h-ad and throat thor
ough I y with tha Lin I m iit. 'J hia ) the l teat men t
tn aersra eatta. It raua no alraiiK.ulatlon or
anlaaantncaa to tha hart; oo tha contrary,
gitea unmed.ata ralirf. In mil-i cae. not sm
siurh la rr)uird. Tha Liniment to be ua-d
enodaraUly ry day. until the dtswaa pa.-a
away. In raaea of tMa kind, Jaraana'a Crntuuu
sata hiioTn puwaraa nhuuld ta u a
table apoon ml atwn day, M tea daa, or longer.
If a tubho'-n rttac.
Colic, or Bclly-Acho.
ForOolle, or Bally-acha. In Horaaa and Mnlra,
batha bowola, hraaat and nrrona the loins, tlt'T
Highly with tha Liniment, wim-h will rvlas tha
uiavlea, and draw tha InCummation from thf
bowcla, and a' low tha foul gaa to paoa front tha
animal, and affnrti inplant rvlief. Jo aovrr fei,
drench tha aultnal with a at roof hi acta pwptrr or
inrjrta. Tim trfaUncnt haa pro ad aucceaa
nil In tha moat aetata caswa.
Contrt"td fret ar nt a mii-, hat an atT-ct of
dlaaja; generally Rpfaklog. due to dtmirjiahad
ctivity, and to aweoy of atrufture within the
borny Lot. Contraction, eapecially at tha he), la
aometimea proJuoed by the re moral of Imi from
Uie and ! dnr;ii( the oj rat'oo of whoalnf ,
ao the mora ft(iiooiJi' at the hei. ty tt e tia
tmlth, la osly hHtring on the cnatrarMion. The
Vt thing to ba dona la to tod out tbe eaijl ol
Uta aoalrai tlon. and $todly, rrmova tha cauae.
Cacaa. PouadibH wf lite Kr- g on ihe bard
roada, producing fefr in tt and the beele, drying
ptbt BDMtUIt U Ui eheli, eftttaiog ft oodtrao
tioo of the auartara ,
TaaaTHtiT o KiHO'l CoaTa.mfiw.Btu
tbe corda and muaclea of Uie leic Irom the ahuul-
der to Uie hoof, to relet the aarne and prrtduce a
neaiiny circoiauoa; arrq xnnrtmgiMy aaiurai ine
hollow between the fetlock and the neH. and the
erowo of the foot aiota the hot., with T. H
Jacaaoa'a Coa,oB-Haea I.iamaaT. which wiil
mi. tret tbe ralti-a of tha ahrfl aud create
beiaiure and lite in the fool. A fw deye atHT
Uta ftrat application, paie the rjutu-ier ol the hoof,
befeh ng outeafd, aud not cutitug the Frog, ao aa
to renoe th praaaura of the tjuMter urn Ue
Sweeny, Stove d and Bruited Shoulder.
Cavaae HrH r'dinr, Mrint tr'iiv?,
ani hantre rren-hoa ol the ahouMi r.
TaaarnniT. ThiroiiRiily hsthr Hip witf --r-- ni
liouilere with T. H. JArasa'a t'l-sa i.t.
1.injr.T. nlathl and tnorniiiir. !i h vi iH, in n
rfaouabie length of time, clltict a pt'i-iiituiuut
Sprung Kneet and Cocked Anklet
Carat U:trd iriTicg or rullietf.
TaaiTwnT. linth'- the rc-.r-la r,.i rr.-'. '. h frr,in
the ahriitr to Hie f'ot, wln i- w:M i Ux H u
trkftfl mrda an I gn3 a ti".rotith r.r rr. .n ,i
'loud to th wakii;.i '1 n n.-ict ". t .t j-
rate the knft or auKlt. wiiirh will !.- it.
hardrrifHl Joint U Uf. giving n-- t (: n to
the li t, by tuiug 1. U. Jacawa'a CuMMu-.-rik.tia
6train of tke 6 title Joint.
' j'-lnt It r.r', by
Set Fait snd Sore Back.
i tf.s ta-l i:,? or bsrew, T1...1 oiiRl,l
1.,-'.'" tl ' a day with T. B. Jacaaoa's Common
Ulceration of the Foot or Heel,
Thi trouble ru'-r'nis lo be In the foot, then
A!n:ii in iho almuM- r; rtt llnifa the aniiDHl limpa
tt niiai . rt' lit'-l hy a nail; the lann n.-at
; ian wrtv f-iily to return with gr- atar
T.r.J. ;:rf. 1 f , 1 . - bf-in I'ftii'U ,y a 1 Ncr.". in
t'f i.h. ii i art of tiif fo.,t a;.'l heel, frain thn efTret
"f Itui-i . tr-nflinic o.t finny r or nnn
in th-' 1 ', r.r trrtav-1, ami frifii.t-nt 'y hy paring
tlu- hr,'. lu hi- to vlhiw tho hi o tu touch the
un nr. I. iiM.'h will vauso deeply aettk-d uluers to
to hw formed.
TaiaTMint Apply uniler the fetlock and
ariitnl thu croMii ol tho font tho CoMMON-fir-Hii
l,iM.ii:at, twiA a day, whi-'b, la ft short tloift
will -r f c t a jr'riiiani-r.t f-tirt.
In att ra-t-s ot fliM-ai-fa nf (he font. It la Ho
nrrca,irf to hatha the otitr an-i ii 'mr ahell oY
n hour, only Iho ratlty Iwttnm Ih- f. Hook and
!v aud around the crown of Uie fool, aborftthft
fiTwm wa. fltrain of the atill
any mean a, ao clearly mrl; i
CH-d. '1 here ! -ry ofiu' Jt'rh! Uiitfiif m. tin
ti'irae being acurrely aMe to Imu li Im foot i., tin
Kround. lie oatfriui the ei( alotifr witu ti,rti' ulty,
out brinra hit ft forward m th-- ntrhi h mi l
place It properly, hut tMrcly rraiiDK H ob tin 'r.i-,
or, tt lh fa li notT-?i had, rt-htiii; it uituriti y,
but not .-Diof any wU-ht 01. it Th aLnn- i- a
train from a jerk or lwlt. lloat. pain awl tr-fl-drueu
will tni f'lind on rtJtiiic -.lion (' lim
region of th alift joint l y thr hain l. 'I he p.'.l- llfi
(.r ibm pan.) win w. inrown out 01 Maco, auiier i
in tr,. i no 1,1a. n n,m,AM. I
titi rt'iiiiiton. tu litis caw ins lunsuniiiaiion n
wi mm u -'- ui an inw iigvuieoie auu uieiuurnuey
whir h wttra aiiccted.
Enlargment of the Hock.
'led hy rk, aevere wrenrhe and bruliet,
rli-'iiiitr part of It st-etna to te particular;?
forniiii'noen to nwell and all the other
uimilu,n inoar. nuo'i an heat, rift In tentlm
ii uaftea oi if hh hihu ar
and tondtrrwaa of
Canaa-lildicg on altppery roada, the nor
torn l fig akaar hy hD tudim.a-, or any iinoniu
ral iwiatir.g of the liiAh wh-a the W.i!it of the
body It unraturally aced upon it. it ia a.ay
the rru) ot grv-at tu lnce
'I aaaTMcrr bathe from the ainkll of tha befit
to the horf. thoro'i t h if aiuratin.: tr.e uiKida m.d
out Ida or ttie tme j-jtnt wiln 1. It. J.
GvM 4 -& UeUtllit.
Brown. i'mnpiHI. I'eter
CttlBT. Jftdifi ( Urk. V A
CUtk. John Or-per. Win leorKJ
lMlUt r, JMUIW C lVllUtt, .lfWill
KritE.-Vru itockniff, Uichatid
Hunt, M Hunt, Xhog
Kundv Finley Lermox. A J &
Moore, thumu Morgan. Win
J'strker, Fntuk U ItohU. Frei
Stckkt, Wm SpimUn, W
1 timer, uuugiM J.
rertont ctUing fur tvny of the ttbuve
lettere, pkuuie wy Madveti.Ued.
H. T. BAnbETT, V. W.
puette of the Coffin Joint
Cam Hard ridin. nullios. oo.",u' I tkt
hoof. Inflammation and fever In the Frog, eun
iiauaJ driving on bard and dry toada, auddeo
aj ran cite a.d twiata.
TaurwfsJT. Hatha eotda in 4 aiuarlee of tbe
leg, appiy T B. Jacaa'a Ooao-fcit Li ai
to the hollow under Ihe favloi k and aroun t the
corner of tbe foot, which will cauee nw li tie tn
tr.e tnaide ot tne aneii or nooi, ei laying tne uv-
gawsmatioa, aad will nut a permanent cure.
Sciatic or Hip Sweeny.
Cjrea Hard pulUnar, at-rpln: on hatni "malt
rolhtiK auh-aian--e ar. t -atipt-ry gtoiiri.l, citunir
a Urain ol the mm' tn of t.,- n'p "lnt, ttie lrn?r
akin and mutwlea terome alti hd to the tt- r,v.
tha laina-nea" tCOfT)ing perfrp-.i' 1 nnon utartiti;
the horae, after ft few mwineutt of teat Ifom
Taaarnnf. Hatha the borae from the er"M of
th lk to the hock Jo.nt, ihorci-x l.'y. wiii.'iut
rubtjtng, OB'-e a day, with Jar hv-p.' Otntaoa-HtaaE
Limibikt. and U ft few day) the cute will be
TftBAjacxT. 1 huroughiy bath the hook Jotr
alioTt kQd t.fi- It, whirh will rauae tha Lvr
from tf.e inmry to com out from tha Joint, aomft
i;mr raiiaiut; n u awn more inin it originally
it A ft-w n it v a ua
8M LtKlltux will
1 paaa away when tlm t ver leaves
oi l. u. JacEswa a tewMoa-
'?Tot ft permanent cure.
Common-Sense Colic cure
ITor HOUSES and ITJIli:
3STOT TOE- FA-JWEIIaTr
Gira a taspoonful of iho Colic Care in one-half pint of wafer as a drench. Bathe
bowels, chrat and bark with T. H. Jackson t CUUHOM-iCMSC UMIHiMT, whirh will draw
away the iiiilammation, relax the rrjiiscles of the tomchf asaisting the operation of the
Colic Cure. Aflr wairinsr firteen minatee to give proper time for ihe Colic. Cure to art,
reiat the doer, whirh will have the desired effect, except in extreme cases, when the
third dose may be requited. The Culic Cure is powerful and strong; do not hasten the
doae, give the medicine a chance to operate, and you will be rewarded by a speedy cure
of the animal uud&r treatment.
Price Per Bottle SO Cents.
PREPARED OUT Br
T. XI. TAOKSON eJfcJ
Q-criircre-. tt ,t iTttozs,
A POSITIVE WORM DESTROYER.
These Powder are prepared exprecsly for HORSES and MTJLE9, from pur drops,
Bucha forming a large percentage. They invigorate the stomach and stimulate the
torpid Liver, Bowel and Kidneys to healthy action, iujcleanaing the blood of all impurities,
and imparting Nw Life and vigor lo tho whole ystem. By tha uae of these Powders, a
great many disease the horse ia subject to will be prevented by creating a healthy
digestion, and also acting a a strengthening Tonie to the whole system. By tho
judicious use of the Powders as directed, the elfect of indigestion will speedily disappear
PRICE 25 CE2STTS FUB PACKAGE.
DIRECTIONS i One large Tablespoonful ones a day, In the feed. By giving tho.
powders ss directed, about twice a week, it will act aa a preventive of Ihe different
diseases of the atomarh which the horse ia subject to. It doe not act aa a Physic, but aa
a Cleanser and Restorer of th digestive Organ.
SEE TRADE MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE.
ThT am many kibdi o' wvak ", am a
raitr-s-si front a (trctta or blow of cin kind, or by
runnii-K hy, mint or corn ataika Into the ryo;
ntn-' from lntase, aome from hard rwi ling, a-ime
from hard driving, aome from cnngr-i-tioa of the
ur un. ana aome uotu tn opue nerve being
ItiiTwirv. Bathe (on of Ihe head, above and
arouti.l the) ey-, and eat urate the eyelid with T.
JH. J( i t?MMoa4iiMaB LiiauT, which will
rt-iiufothe liirlHiiimatloi, and 'Irlve out the altmy
nailer, oarryiuir witi It ny foreigu ittbaUuiueft
Catreaw. By ponadlnc the feet over the hard
roada aud atonea, canal up bruiaea on the Inner
hell or the foot, and lormiof rl.,itea hood,
wbieb. baromtai hard, cftuaea inflaro mation of
ttie nervae of the foot.
a TasaTMirT. Thoroughly eattrate with T. B.
t acmaea'a rnnoa-aaa' Liaiat the hollow be
tween the fetlock end the beet, which will peso
rate the taaide of tbe chell, dteaolviBg the hard
ubeUnoe, allaying the litem met loft and tne
Coma will dlaapnesw.
Crei. 8rtpT'!or io the wind or dnft, afur
heihfj fceeietl, r in a fin-
TaKATMnrr Bathe tha fore ahon:.-ra, wTtnl
column aod fti ruea Uie lfin, ti.e iuu- ! a n. i
rordaof ti.e '.;, and tour a litfie in tif h 1j
under the fctWk. ahl h wi-l umii'ito uni
rrvata a healUiT cirfulallon. Bt-llef -;Tl Imrne-diau-ly
fonow l ha ftf-iaaiua . . ii. - li
Cosmo -oae Ltaiur.
Bore Bhonlden, Breast and Heck,
Cftueed by friction of the col la or harneae.
T antra-tat.--Ha the the ah'tildera from the top
of the will en u the lower i-it,i - f '.r.e l.ru.'lt ri
wl'h T. H. Jkcaaos'a Infmii aua Lkihut,
which will redm e the Innammation. t tu ft
he. thy )rnlaUoft urn reuse tne aore U heat,
BarM Ire, Sores,
Fresh Cuts, Bruises
And all coses requiring an external appll
ottUoo, Bathe W1U1
. ,,,.,,, p.w.,..ay..arnmf-;i
li fit Hatiumitl D .arl,tl hHliaiiatll
jfc--- ri'-f ti" wa. .aj
THT IT I
In Gases of GARB ET or CAKED BAG
Inflammation of one or more of the quarters of th ndder or bag is by no moans a
rare occurrence. Like all other Glandular Inflammation it ba a great tendency to Biip-
C urate er form matter. Tbi is cauaed by the milk being not sufiiciently drawn, nut may
e the resulbof violence, lu caw above mentioned, bathe thoroughly about aud at the
top of the udder with T. H. JACKSON S COUHOH-SEHSt LINIUENT. This treatment will
start a circulation and dissolve any hard substance, open the duct and give relief.
ULCEUS FOBMED IN THB BECBETOBY DUCTS
Csosed by stagnent milk, the effect of neglect, alao soreness of the teata in milking, can
be cured by using T. H. JACKSON S C0MM0N-SENS LINIMENT.
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS POK QAKGET OR CAKKD UDDER.
Bathe two or three time each day with COMMON-SENS! LINIMENT.
FOR SORB TBAT8
Bath night and morning with COMMON SENSE LINIMENT.
Th aame treatment, but before applying the LINIMENT or If milking inst before doing
so, wash th bag in warm witer, then bathe with th LINIMENT after milking.
"Hi rony! what you 'fluid of
V hat tuakea jou thuke and alubU-l'r"
" Law chile ! im got de ague
An got de ti-opic lihbu.''
"Da lininc libher l'ouipev 't
I don't knw hat yuu nieans:
But vou can cine join atrue
By Uiking bJin ilV BILK
Two bus a lioult. don't my morel
You'll get dt m at de di ugiiuui'a store. "
I he uiitht ecoiiumiial and beat 1 eutedy
for ague. 26 cents. ir bottle,
ai ji - i.xji
duly two prisoners ar now eoullued
in the liichuiond jail, J. W. Kavy, aged
about ti charged with asaaull with lu
leul to kill, made ou theperaon Thoin
a8ilkwoud, at Tinuey timve, aud
liobt. (irahaui, a geuliemen of off col
or charged with perjury, In awearing
liiat he had no pop on his pron, at
tbe Junction, wheuthesvldeuceihow
ud to the outray,
h a a l
Will be in Bichmond until the first day of May, and will examine all
horses for lameness mentioned in this advertisement
R i Eft
AT THE mm HOUSE.