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Tllt'KMIAY. Al-llll. 2I.IKH7,
COURTSHIP IN MEXICO.
Tull.- lira-- imt.
I, i., Ml itc o, Marcli 2",
Ai f-ali trilx-ot 1 nd i m us In thu coun
try rrlaiti tlioir anclrnt and Individual
customs of Miurtahlp, hill conforming
with tl civil nl ecclesiastic laws In
mnrrlic, I Bud but little ol Interest
on investigation that would Interest
your leaders; o In this letter I will
rmline mjsdf to the Anglo-Spanish
cno'.oiita which govern polite society.
Jlieie are no li"Mt yards here, as
c:uh home in built iipsgtlnat tlieside
lk. Willi windows and doois opening
on the aunie. 1 he windows fionllng
on the utrei t, lib but lew ixcs-pilons,
an- adorned ith grate-liars, similar to
thejiili in the I niud Main; lor what
riiic m, j on will soon know.
J'arents seldom, If ever, give theii
foment allowing their daughter to
have beaux, holding to the principle
" TlMHUMi'l ..MII... I llilll llll 111. ll'.
l..l ' t iUl v ilium mi.i I lit- iri.-i- IikIiI
Vdiing p(ople b''ie know little ol
nollimg ol i iiili other until allei mar
riage, as they are never in each other's
society except at ImIIs and the lew
minutes they may be able to Ulk to
one (tnotlici at the windows at night,
f,.i us Im Ioih slated paieiits seldom
givellirir cniiK'iit, hence the Juung
uiiiii is not allowed admillance to Hit
p.ul'ir. Tin ro are a lew instances In
wlucli lovers Hie lavored with tin
pin Hi gc ol culling al seasonable hour
upon tneii swcctluails. Itare as thest
favors bio grained, a young man Ik
never li lt in a room alone with a
young Udj. 'I he young lady aluays
receives her lover lu Hie presence ol
her uiulhei or particular 1 1 lend oldei
thai! lierelf, tailed "Uuaiia." and ah
their 'billing and cooing" Is done In
the presence of these third persons,
"i.'.tir I liliinl tin! lovm mini 'I s-e
1 1n- jiri ll) li.hir llisl liii'iuselvr. isiintiilt,"
hat cue they f Who is it that can
not recull instances of silly speeches,
ridiculous acts and lionieo and Juliet
caresses, between lovers In public
places, seeming blind to the world in
their mutual enjoyment of "jsOYe's
bnuiii of your readers may ask how
under such dilliculties Is It possible foi
lovers to make known their attach
ment:' lu answer, all that J ran sat
is that It is generally "love at lirsl
sight," mauilest upon the pal t of tin
young man, as here it Is the privilege
of the voting men to sie.ik first, and ai-
aooii us a )uiing man becomes Infatu
ated with a young lady he is not slow
to make known his lore, through sigm
of one kind or another Known to ah
who have ever feit the pangs ol
Cuiud's duns, as they see in to be in
vented by luui for such occasions.
"Yt hut lim- In, II uitiu wuulilst be Uuuilit,
111)- heiiil Inusl taittU aluiie.
'Jwo soul will) but s single tliouulit,
1 tttt lwurts Uitu Is-at as ime."
This great advantage that the young
men enjoy over the young ladies Is bul
in keeping with feminine degradation
in ilex ico.
The young lady who may fall in love
must remain like the young lady told
of in bhakespcure:
'slit- m-MTli.M lii-r lovp.
lint li t c Jliwuuiieilt like a wuilu I' the bud
fr'et-tl uu hur it.wi-.k elireki slit-plii'd In itiuug-bi
And wiUi i;rerii mill ellon iiH-utm.lioljr
hlie sal, JlSi- i'alkm uii a luutiulm-lil
lulling ill giu-i.''
When a young ui.iu has arrived at
the conclusion that it w ere "meet" to
take a wile, he subjects his limiteu
number of lady acquaintances to
close luve. i K'Uion, taking inlo con
Sldeialiou luilune, iiguie aud family
and should he be so unfortunate as to
tiud llieiu ail "w anting" he has three
other u sources, u.: Attending mass
regurcvciy auudy morning, walking
the piazza ol a bunday evening when
all the young Udica "turn out" to
pruiuciiado Hud listen to the sweel
strains ol llie locul brass baud tauu
peril .nik lu see the "boys'j, or by inak
log the "ruunds" ol the city of a week
day evening, at which tune all the
mariisgeable young ladies take a seal
lu or ncai Ihe window tvsee the sight
or show Ihciusclvt-s.
On all ol tluse occasions the young
ladies are dieted lu their must becom
ing toilet, which, although a little
gaudy, doe-s not look vulgar, as theli
light olive completion aud black hair
and eyes admit of gayer colois than
: would becume uu Auiei lean woman.
Wbeu a young Ixjlliario has found a
lady alter his ou heart he marks the
locality of liur buuse with as much care
' as did The Cupluiu of the i'orty Kob
bers note the huusu of All Balis, with
the Intention ol beginning bis suit, as
the young man who is In love with a
lady makes know u his infatuation by I
standing cu the opposite side of the
street in I rout ol her house for a ball
hour each uight al the same hour, gen
eially B o'clock This staud is taken
tveiy uight, clear or cloudy, fur at
least two weeks, aud with the more
determined foi a lougei lime uuleas be
should tiud lavor lu the young lady's
eyes vwbu of course sees him fruin the
window), and she take pity ou bis
loneliness, lu such case she will open
the window blinds aud bum 1 lore
song to the accompaulmeut of bar
giiiUr. Tncu the young man rushes
home aud writes a letter pouring
loiib in well-chosen words the ar
dor of bis love aud pleading for
reciprocity. Kuowing that she will
again uppcur ou the next uight, al
w inch lime, il he cau "sciew bis cour
age to Hie (.'.liking phu-,"ueill crow
the stiecl, and with a low bow pieseul
her llio IcUir. II she aicepts It be
kisses lor bund aud bids her good
night to go wundci lu the plaza until
the balliu belwecu tujud aud Mor
pheus is decided by sum Latuie lb
latoi of the Ul.cr. Ihe young lady
uocoidiig lu luloiu, is txpecud to
Ults iM I llieli lli l w lli.ijl louiteeu days,
bul then: uie uu.uy Instaticis lu whlcL
1 1 the young nun Is kept m suspense loi
fiuiu luit-e lu lout uniuths ere be gets
auausttci, vet during th e time be
wakes bis u.ghll) . sits. Alteiauei
chanKc ol one ui mule ictteis it is com-
paratixly 'sinooili sailing," and
lime Is then uppoiuttd lor slew mm
uus' uik it L . ailei the old folks
Voung iiit-u of lelsuio are nut sub-jecU-d
to the uiccsi,y of suuding in
the s.itel at iiigul, as lliey can Uke
c-veuiiig wsiktMiiU avail themselves ol
the oi-fouuuilt ol sring the gills al
, the wi..Ui., which is the must desira
ble wuv,Ik'caus4iiu Uiv1 families Ibei'e
svie lioui two to live young ladies
BiaiUKgeanle age, and it leuulies but
a shoil time lur the sisteis to know
whli-bisuie tuiluuabs our; whereas
Wis young mau host business will out
ltd mil ol Uiese vveuiri strolls must al
low the sinters to rtTide.wblch will ac
cept him as a beau.
Vinrt.iliip Is of short duration, ana
after the Inters lime come to the con-
cliitt'Hi tlmt they were made one for
the oilier, 'lis th-n the youtigman eves
lu his biitt filend ami 1" R blm to In
terrede for Mm with "pa Slid ma,"ho
wldmn if ever obieet, but always ex
press much surprise at learning thai
their daughter has a lover.
After "pa and nia" have given theii
ronsenl, the day is set fur the wedding.
and fifleeii days In-fore the (lay ap
pointed Hie young man must go before
a justice of Ihe peace and tile on the
young lady of hi choice. This is done
similar to the tiling on a hnnieMcad in
the I lilted State, and for these fifteen
lays ropy f this legal procedure is
posted up in fr. nt of the Juitice's
ottiee In cnlnrinity w ith the new con
l il tit ion i Ke.ierul of l-n. whi li de-
cl.'ires luarihige a ivil rnntract.
The contnictm parlies a:e first
niarrieil by n ju-i'-e and H.en by thf j
priest. P'is In in.
The Spring Mor.ths
are undoubtedly Ihe best in which to
purify the blu-id and stnngiheu the
system, bi'csie at tins tiiiic tt.e body
is most sutceptibie to the beneiicial
elleetsuf uri-liitlilcnitdii inelike llood't
Saisaiaril!a. The tit-ling of debility.
languor, lassitude, aused by tt-e etiarig
mg season, is entirtly oterc:iine, and
scrofula and all hunmig aie expelled
from Ihe bl mxI by the p iweilul rev ill
mg and purity mg iniluences of Ho id 'j
aisapaiilla. lo not lielsy Take
Hood's Sarsap irilla now. It is madt
by C. I. llond I n, Aputheeariet
Lowell, Mass. 'dd by ah diuggisli. I t
Doses Due Dollar.
(lur este mid liiend. Mis. Susie McK
Fisher of the raiiuington 1 lines say:
this ol Cert aline;
I hate riiaiie one Tiuportant linuse-
liold diocoveiy. Al tins tune ol Hit
yesr any change ol du-l or any mil rec
ipe newly piepati-u is an uupuiiatit
mailer to the liouseke-per. -My dis
covery is t-eiealllie. i hrle is s boos ol
recipes in eaeu nox. ana i ineusevt-rni
and louud them ex-, e. lent, s-uueol them
parliculaily delicious, mtttlins. biscuit,
pudding, cakes and bailer cakes ail re
ceived due proportions of te-rewiinc
Henceforth 1 le-l that giKnl cooking
will require that 1 always have terea-
line ou hand to use. It is invaluable.
What Bttlsr Endsrtssitfit?
The following testimonials to the
excellence of Jackson's Common ?ense
Liniment is a guarantee of its virtue.
These endorsements are voluntarily
made by our most reliable citizens
men who had the care of ttoc k f-.it
yeurs, and are admirably ijualined to
speak regarding remedies ol this kind
Hear litem :
Ol Fit t ( Tim r.i I.i.Aki- llii'is, (
Liberty. iu, April i, lti. y"
H. Jackion, Quinty. III.,
lii.N'i: We liave lueu using your
Ooliiluon Sense J.iulineul unj tunc
cuiu, and hnd it au ariicie tual every
norsemau should liave on hand, anti
recommeud it lo all tanners and stock
meu. ery i'.esp y.
Liyery & hale sunie. Liberty, Mo,
OrncEtu 1. M. WvMuiic,
Lilerty, Mo., Apill e, l
r. If. Jackson, Uumcu. UI.
(iENTs: I liave leru using youriora-
mou sense Liniment, Colic cuie and
Worm powders, aud have no f cir in
recommending Ihem to any one waul
ing good remedies lor ihe siab;e.
I. M. n V Ml IKK,
Livery and i ecu siame.
LiiiKiiTV, Mn., Ai itii. I, ls"
f H. Jachton. Ouincv. (.
This is4o ceitity inal 1 have used T
H. Jacksou's Common Muse Liniment
oo a horse that had a swelling iu both
mud legs which int-fiered with the
sale of theauimal. lty three applies
lions of Jacksou's Common sense Luu
uieul all swelling was removed aud 1
sold him without uiil.cullv, and
cheerfully recommend 11 lo ail nerding
a good linimeut. lliu.vM It. iiiatt.
tywuer Kentucky Cniet aud tjill LJge.
tsAIKIY I.1V1I.V S;.VI1I.I(
Treulou, .Mo., Jan. U !!;.
To WHOM IT M A V I ei.M l.li.M iulS
is lo oerlilv lhat 1 usvd 1. 11. Jacksou's
i Viti uu n sense Liniment i.ir tne last
uve years aud tnat 1 led iostitieil
saying thai it is superior to any lini
ment 1 have ever used, lours, ixc,
(j. W. Sill in.
Kausai Cily Mar: .sen,'.or Cockrell
is iu Washington at Uie head of a com
inline the busiuess or w hich is to bring
order out of com union by devising
uniform working system for each of
the Uoveruiuem departments Here
loforfl'he lead of eTery departtuenl
has instituted bis owu system and
worked under it This has tended to
make the books of ihe depaitmenl
complicated aud so uisUuct iu methods
t'it the -.lerks ol oue department could
uul readily uuuersiaua me wuraiug
of the others, benutor Cockreil's com
mittee proposes thai this irregularity
shall stop and all the departmeuts shall
conform to a uuitorm puu. It siiuuld
be the business of statesmen to make
the operatious of government more
simple. When Ihey are made com
prehensible to the people conhdeuce is
gained and susploiuus are allayed.
From the Ijiwtonlan of last week
we glesvn the following:
Miss Clara tlatdehl, of Itichinnnd,
visited In I.awson Monday last and
made this oilioe a pleasant call. She Is
one of the craft.
The piling for the bridges close to
loan ha already ln?n driven aulnext
will come the bridge gang who will
ispatrh their work equally as fast.
II Isthonght that by July 1st all the
work will be completed and before an
August morn the noise of the C. M. &
st. I', train will be beard at the o. 3
Mrs. I.c.ins.1, w ife of I). S. lliusell
lied at her home near I'nion Church
April 8, of pneumonia fever. Her re
mains were Interred at the I'nion
Churili, SiturtMy, April fith, at ll)
o'clock. A large concourse of relatives
and friends were present to pay the
last tribune of respect to all that wits
Hated Ills Life.
.Mr. I. I. w llcoxsnn, ol llor-c Cave,
Kv., sy he was tor iiisey y ars ba lly
iilii.tcd with phthisic, slfo dlsbcte"; the
pains wtre niienilursblu snd would
Inn"! drive him Into convulsions, lie
tried Kli-etrie Uliters snd got rvlitl from
the lir-t hotl'ic and alter inking six bot
Itj was entirely curtd, and had gained
llcsh eighteen pounds. Kays he pos-
tit elv U-hi ves he would have uletl, nau
nut been lor the relief (lorded by
tlcctric IlliUrs. Sold at IHty cenU a
sotlle by . D. Taylor. 6
A STORY FROM THE DEACON.
Talking a'ooul the sudden changes
f the weather," said a man from
southern Nebraska, "let me toll you ol
experience we had last fall. At
Milford, stwaid county, where 1 live,
we'd been bavin' a religious revival.
an 1 was one ol Ihe leauin spines in
the work. If I do say il myself. We
t about twenty convert, and set a
lav long toward the last of October
for a grand baptiziu' in the Big lllue
nver. It came off accordiu' lo pro
gramme; nut just as soon as uuer
milh ducked the W idder Suell she
weighed about two hundredI'm an
nrepentant sinner if the weather
didn't turn cold that very minute, and
(rue so much ice on the surface of the
water that the deacon couldn't lilt her
out till we got an ax and chopped the
The speeches made by John Sherman.
during his recent visit t j Ihe southern
tates, were a stong bid for Ihe Repub
lican presidential nomination nex year,
and seems to have givcu Mr. lilaiue
some uneasiness, as the latter at once
suited on a trip west, and succeeded
in gelling bis name well before the
public by contracting a slight cold in
Colorado. If Mr. lilaine wauts the
nomination, of course he will get it,
bul he still smarts from the last drub
bing received and. may not wish a rep
etilion of the same. Still it is quite
evident that Mr. lilaine will keep the
matter well under control for the
W. W. Heed, druggist, ot Winchester,
lud., writes: '-One ol my customers,
Mrs. Louisa 1'ike, liartocia, HiiDilolpb
county, lud., was a long suflerur with
consumption, snd was given up to die by
her pby siclsns. She heard of Dr. King's
New Discovery for cousumptlou and be
gan buymg ll oi me. iu six mouius
time she walked to this city, a distance
ol six miles, and Is uow so much Im
proved she bas quit using IU bbe led
lie owes her life to it-" t fee trial Dot
lea al J. . Tarlor's drug store. o
"Greens and ling Jo s i" Is a f .ivorite
ish Just now.
8evrnl llshlng parlies have recently
vlilted the lakes In this viclollv.
J. I,. Ilrnwn Is now sole editor and
proprietor of the Carroll ton I'mlist.
If the earlier falls to deliver your
piper make the omission known to us.
I.lttman the Clothier lias a new ad
vertisement lu the Dkhih hat. He id
Dos't Get Cstght
This spring with your blood full of
impurities, your d gestlou impaired,
your appetite poor, kidneys and liver
torpid, and whole system liable to be
prostrated by disease but get yourseit
nto good condition, and ready for the
hanging aud warmer weaUier, by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It stands
unequalled for pttiity tng the blood, giv
ing au abpetile, aud lor a general
la future County School Commis
sioners will have to be a little carelul
ID handing out ctrm.cates to school
teachers, as the last legislature passed
an Iron clad law on the subjects w hich
reads as follows:
'lf aur county coruinsssi niei oi pub
lic e houls shall guv or Kul lo any
peisou a ceitiueate to u-ucii in any ol
the public schools ol Ibissute wuhout
dial having examined such persou as lo
tils or ner quaiiucuiiou in lite biaiicnt-s
required by law lo be taught in the
pueoc schools, ha shall, on conviction.
be adjuugeo guilty ol a misoeuieauur,
and puuiebed by a hue id nul less luau
& nor mure tnau eii'J.
Without a newspaper the busiuess
meu ul a town would be left in a d I
of a tlx, aud yet some meu kick when
asked lo contribute to Ihe support ot
uicir paper. Dont yu'j kuow that It is
your newspaper that attracts the peo
ple to your towu aud county the peo
ple who buy your goods aud support
you? IloU'l you kno sr. thai the paper
aoes more lor your ousiuess iu oue
week than you do for the paper In
three mouths 1 Dont you know thai
the paper does moie for lest mouey
than auy other business la towu
Don't you kuow thai if the newspapers
of your town would cease puulicauou,
you had as well pack up yourgoous
aud pull out? tie are tueu that you
do not kick yourself lo death iu
busiuess kind of way In older to save
a lew dollars. This Hem is.tor kickers.
I will sell at the late residence ol
Win. Sehooley, deceased, ou Thursday
April 'in, 1M7. Ihe lolluwiiig described
personal property: 1 portable engine,
t separators, 1 wheal drill, 1 coru abel
ler, 1 Lslerly twine binder and bar
vester, plows, cultivators aud (arming
impleseuts of every description; 1 Hue
bull, ( milk cows, il two-year old neii
ers. 6 yearling calves, 1 aged mule,
four-year old horse, I two-boise wagon,
1 spring w agon, Id bead ol itieep,
head ot bogs, over 3uU barrels ot corn,
1 lot of wheat, aud many other articles
loo numerous to meuUou, Terms
made known day of sale.
Geo. W. Settle, Adin'r.
A train, about to be placed on the
Lake shore route, between Chicago
aud New York, Is to be equipped with
a bath-room, barber shop library, aud
electric lighU, aud possibly healed by
Ilcb, I'raiiie mange.aud scratches of
every klud cured iu & minutes by
Vtovdloid'sSauitary Lotion. I se no
..ti.er. 'In is never tails. W'ariauted
by W. W. Moaby & Son, Druggists,
How Heaven InlerSercrt.
Jas. Callubau, who killed Clueloster.
at Welliuglou, Laltiyetle county, ie
oently, is out on U,uJ ball.
Tke Lalayctte county people are
asked to meet lu lexingtuu next Sat
urday to give ex pi essioii uu the ques
tion of railioad legislation.
KJwald V. Cluui, was hung at Cass-
vilie, berry county, on 1'nd.ty last tor
the uiuidcrol J.J. While and Kiln
Howe, last July. It was a cold blooded
assassinatiou, and was tor the purpose
The treasury depaitmeul has refus
ed to accept trade dollars in pay meut
of dues. Although these cuius are
temporarily receivable in exchange fi r
standard dollars the department says
they ar deprivtd by law of auy legal
Sii Km u i 11 .-t-iins l'"th' put the
f.ill-itt inu' Jt,M,d sloiy into his lately
piilili-licd Ihi.4 of reminiscences:
-,1:111.1-. Allan I'aik was a worthy old
j.icle, h lB-lit-ier ill unit I pcovi-d.-tn
i-s, mid ( vtlelni-lv ecieulric. lie
w. in tin . habil of Iiillil.;' aloud to
hiuiM If w ilhoiu knowing it. lu one
ease thai c: In fole liiln the pi Loner
wa. a-cu-l of stealing miiik' lapits,
and I'aik ou the U-tn -h. was heiinl lo
iiiiittci urn -lltinx to this i-flu t, that he
did n. it quite sec Ids way to It verdict,
out fuaoi Itli-' as like another fagot
a. mil-i "L' is lite ituiithtT eglt- 'I he
qui. U-tiin d li.-ti l ister letaiiiisl for the
defense caught these IllUttelills from
nb.iv. . mid institnth made use of thcln.
Now. w illles,." he crinl out, "you
swear bi those fitjpds; how dun-toil do
sin-It ii thing? I not one fuyrol as like
Ulii'lhi'l' tuL'.it ft one t.g is like uu-
other egg? Immediately the Judge,
who. though a good man. had certain
ly no claim lo be ail angel, rushed in
without any jiiiqa-r apprehensions.
St. -it the ruse. he shouted, sloji it
si once; Ihe oolticidulu-e is quite micaii
lli.ius. I vow lo liod that very eiillis
thought In Ihe very some wopls pass
ed through my mind only a few sec
onds ago. Heaven has interfered lo
shield au iuuoee.nl mau. Ctvutlemen
of Ihe Jury, yuu will vjull Ui pruy
A small panorama caught ft good
crowd at the opera house last Thurs
The new llaplist chinch al Hardin
din has been completed and is now
ready for usi.
Ijivel sck A Lave'iock have moved
Into their new and elegant q.. 'ten In
the Hughes block.
D. C'alnen has started libs ice wagon
Its rounds. Mr. Calnert has plenty
of Ice to supply all demands.
If you are not nt.lo to make ni ne ex-
tensivo linprovenieiils around your
property, whitewash your fence.
L. X. liulld w ill reiiiove the olli -e ol
the Scull in Coal & Mining Company to
the room in the rear of the Savings
Kverythiug which belongs to pure,
healthy blood Is imparted by Hood's
Sarsaparills. A trial will convince you
of its merit.
Col. Muir, one of the most noted auc
tioneers in the west, will cry the sale
on the 3.1th. It w III be worth a trip to
Klchmond to hear lilm.
The corn plaining season In on In
earnest, aud as a result business m
(own for the past ten days has not
been as lively ns formerly.
Kvery stock mau in Hay county
should manage to attend ths fourth
annual sale on the $ith. Many valua
ble animals will be tillered.
There is no lull In the Di:M'huai .-
tioom. Work has been crowding the
otlice for months aud gives promise of
continuing through the summer.
Send us the news from your se-jtion.
We want to keep up the leputu-
lion of the liitMotit v r as the best
county paper lu northwest Missouri.
The Western l iiiou night ullice bus
been closed, and people who want to
send a telegram must 11 le It before six'
clock. Now let us hustle fur an up
A bank is to be established ut Har
din, for which uu elegant new building
will be erected. W. 11. Hughes is at
ie head of the enterprise, whi :li is a
guarantee lhat it will prosper.
Messrs. K. K. Kea and S. A. Wollurd
ill next week have an exhibition ut
Dickinson's stable a number of line
allow ay cattle, which tin y request all
lovers of liuu stuck to call nud see.
While everything is budding and
blooming would be a good time to
build a new fence around the cotirl
bouse. The merry month of May '
should see the work inaugurated. j
We hope the railroad company will
build a bridge across the liver at
Lexington ; theu those doing business
at Itichmoed cau utilize Lexington as
suburb where property is cheap aud
The St. Joe road will build a new-
depot at 1'l.tttsburg. Now if they w ill
place the ltlclimuud depot on the op
posite side of the street from where it
now stands they will confer a blessing
on the traveling public.
We Judge the Carrolltun boom, of
which the local papers boast much, is
only a weak thing after all. The Dem
ocrat says: "When the owners of sur-
burban property come down on prices
Carroll Lou will boo in. Not before."
It is proposed to observe Decoration
Day, May 31st, lu ltichuioud this year.
It Is a national holiday, and iu order
that it may be properly observed we
suggest that a public meeting be call-d
aud the necessary committees appoint
A. It ltoyd is ge'.ting St. Cloud in
good shape for the summer business.
I rielid Hoyd and bis estimable wile
know just bow to U nipt Ihe appetite
of a hungry man, aud all who visit
them this season will be sure of plenty
The thirty-eight head of cattle to be
sold by the Association in this city on
Hie Jth are ail litiuly pedigreed ani
mals aud are descendants ol the most
noted herds lu the world. Send lo the
proper otUcer aud get a descriptive
Cook and Coppock, "iliilie" aud I.
II., two of the must gentlemanly and
accommodating conductors who ever
puuehed a ticket, are in charge of the
passenger trains ou the St. Joe road,
ihey are prima favorites along the
eulire line and number their friends
by the hundreds.
It Is a little tarly to broach the sub
ject, but at the risk of appearing too
previous the Dlmch hat would suggest
lhat wbeu the lime comes tor laying
me corner stoue of the new college
building the occasiou be observed in
style. Let theie be a parade of civic
societies, music, orations, elc.
The real estate transfers in Carroll
county last week were ti.'iM. lu Kay
county for the same length of time the
tranlers foolud up nearly 11,000, We
are not claiming auy boom iu real es
tate values aud ouly make a compari
son of the transfers lu the two counties
to convince the peopleof Kay that they
still have the best county lu the north
This snake story is from the Carroll-
ton Journal: The sauta le giudera
west of towu bive struck a den of
snakes that compares favorably with
sjy we bae ever heard, yesterday
they killed eighteen lallle snakes,
ranging in size trout two to ten feel iu
length. They claim that the reptiles
are coming into their leu is aud are al
most stopping the woik.
The capitalist who will build lifted!
or twenty tenement uuuaot, in inch-
uioud cau leap a rich harvest. 1 hat
number of small, neat bouses could be
rented at ouce. The building of the
new school houses aud other contem
plated public Improvements will bring
10 Hichmoud a number of mechanics
who cau be secured as peiiuaueut cili
tens If the pioper means are used. Tie
building of leueuieut bouses is one t f
IVInee. or After IHiiner Hprakrra.
There is imt a lietfei-.k-tiuu-n ttisn 111
New York than ( liaun.-rv M. Ilepcw,
the I'll- I. lent f t,e New York I 'f Hlntl.
lie Is ihe Ii. -1 after dinner si nker in
the en unity, nod of course is ill tle-
It.ltllll Oil Jill so ls of ... . .i..M. It is
sii.l thai he is nltvitt full of funny
stoii... and Ii,,-, not tr 1,,-eti known to
r. nt one or tell one that Ins ever
Imtii he. -ml iH-foi-,.. In -is' he eels his
sns k Is 11 ini-li rv. Kis.ni Ihe last of
November to the lir-l i f Mali It is Ihe
dinner serwiii" nt 1 1. Iin.mi. o's, and
there is 1,0, It a i,iklii in till this time
that Mr. D.-,ew in not th.-iss He av-er-i.'s
nUiul four iuv itatioit a. day.
and ir.-in-inlit neeepts one. KtcrvlMMly
nrouu.l D.'lin..nieo's knows him. and he
n!t:ts ii.--. h:ii.., ami e-tlis bv name
all the wait. -i-s. il,. times himself so as
g.-t into the b iu,ii,. hall jiit ns the
.t-I.-r sis- Is in serv.il. nud never
lent i-s lint,l the tiling is over. The
waiters all know his f.n.uite brands of
win. , in.. I I,.- tin, I, t,,, l,u,., ,i liia
side Willi. .ut lii.viu to oilier them.
It. n he -tai l, ill ,i. hi .M-is-h lip prtva
1 Ii iii.l.,.iM,. . ..iiij.liMi.oit to those pre.
s. nt. mid I. .ul-. oil' w ith 11 fimuv story
nud keen- tl.e tiling up until he sits
tlo'tn. V lule he i. I. liking" he forgets
etervtliin el-e. and his ,-..u.aut worry
is tli.il In- in i lime s,k.-ii (, lotij;.
V in II In- I. :m-s the dimn-rooilt he al
wrlts n-kstli,- bead W niter if ;inv oilier
iliuli.-l s ui-,- M.,in 011 in the building-,
and tit. -11 ill . i- a quarter, always a quar
ter int.. 1 lu- lilt Ie eup iu Ihe coat-room.
As lie ,i--.-. out lie leave the ciar
w hieh he has . h.i.,.1 nil tlu oiili the
speeehe., bill has Hot liohted, lllld hilt-
lullill' lip III- ore, , I, I, Ills II Fifth
Iivenue -l.i.'. ( hie of the best stories
told bv this s.,iihir railinad president
is ft tr"'Hl j"k'-on himself. 'J he other
tlnv he - .t u h-Mer from some wearv
travel. -i- - it In,' tint he had read wilit
inti r. .t a great many of Ml. Di -w'h
afier-diitu.T s)s-e,-lii-s of late. And,"
continue ! lie- letter. "1 hat e a I deal
of curio. in to lieai- what Voll would
have in say af er . n ine a dim ei' at the
railroad r. -t.un ant at T rot." Cwr.
j.riH-itii.hi y.'i .ii'.,'.-.iii.
An l:mM-r.ir in laii-e.
'1 he l.-.-i-li 1 1 V pulill.hed eo-re.Nind-eln-eof
l'l. .11 t alii, line of We.tplialijt
'i i s tin. i!.-..-lip lion of Naioleoii I.,
just h-d. .re hi lu.uriae vtilli Maria
You 1.-,,.. la, ,.
father. Ii.ov enauioi.
lire w ife. le ad i-
citeiu. nt 1 inn uiiTil.le
Hot a d iv 1" i.-.-s he it
1. Ill V dear
f his fut-
n a bl.ie of ex
";iv.e an idea of;
s Hot Send otlH
of Ins ehainli.-ilaius rhar.rod bl
cury vvilli tiie iiusM.s of th
Jiqiiter. H" has .iioun tne lite of
tlie-e cpi-tli . tvhii h are not nllo"ethcr
tl f SI. Paul. He .tt that w hell
in- is niaivii-it he will !-ite peace to the
world and all his time t,, aire. To
show y oil to v, l.-tt a pii. li lie is oeeupied
ah.. ill the Aivh.lu.-ln- I will tell vou
that I..- Ills s.-iu f.,i- tailor, and slioe-inaU.-r-
aial ordered tli.-ni to dress him
wiili 'In- ulm-.-t can'. aud he is learning
to waltz. '1'ln areihiii ueilher you
lair 1 i-.. ui. I hate imagined."
I In- 111 il l ia'e look pla.-e tint 1st of
Aj.ril. The l.illl she writes.
'l lie Liup.Tor lias Imh-oium iiitisibhi
for his familt , and the Kiuprcs n
ceites no one hut tile (leell of Naples;
all the oi her it..s and sisters-in-law
kept out in the cold. Y'ott may
gtle.s tlial in sui Ii 11 .tale of things. It is
iinpos.ihle to Iran. art any iliiiairtattt
liiisin.-.s. . reply is given to a re
inest for audience, mid mv liushand has
been able to sec him only ouce siuce
we came to C'ainpieenc."
The result of Yniki-o enterpiisK In
pushing the Old Dominion forwanl to
wt-nllh mid prosM-iilv are nowhere
more sisi-n than in the old town at whose
outskirts was fotiehl the W Imltht nf
the late war, write, n Mana-sa, Va.,
(orresstli,hllt of llie I'iueimulti -.'il-iwtn-r.
Alsint a year ago a t'onnerti.
ent ieihller enme nlonjr, and while tli.
JHisin of his o,MM eom-i'tved one of
those grand ideas which i-mauale only
fnim Ihe Yankee mitul. He n-nted n
slorvDMun. had rt preentti'.lons of the
battle painted mi tlie d.Mir. and mile)-,
tisetl (Men.it ely In town aud chic uu
(lie Yirgima Midlnud railioad lhat he
had a colleri,,i, of ptrciou relit s from
Ihe battle of Manassas which ho would
sell at a low rnte. Alsnit the sante
time he nst-itnl setetai Uiii. is and
hollies fniin Springlield. Ma.., and ihen
lie was ready for buiue.. W'heii the
relic store w-as iqicuisl it looked like a
little aix-unl. tliius and pistols of all
kinds and in everv stairc of ibs.ouiitisl
tion hini on lite w nils or sIihmI in tlto
windows; fattensl baltle-lt:t";s lay about
in iitnftision. mid llatli'iiitl bttliei tverc
lo lie seen by Ihe bushel.
Most relies welf laliclfd w ith the date
of the disiiivcry nud oilier iuterestiue
information nlmut the relic hunter
twenty years in gathering the precious
mementos. A Manassas is situated til
the junction of the two railroads, there
is daily a nitiolH.r of jn-i-soiis stopping
over for a few hours. Few of theecitn
resist the battle-scene and a look into
the queer shop. Ouce inside they nil;
sure to come away wilh some t-.-lii-s.for
the Yankee can describe the battle so
vividly and sH-ak with such pathos of
llie toor fallen hei-oe to whom this or
that relic ladoned that only a heart of
stone could hold out. Within tliieu
months nfter the opeuintrof the store he
had to send to Sprinelield after llllotll.
cr eotisinm,.nt of relic-i, hut tho.e did
not go oil so readily, as rumor were
cii-i-iilated casting it doubt over tin1 or
igiu. Still, n fan biisiues was carried
oil, and the Y'aukee is said to have
made such proiits ns will enable him to
retire in atlliieiiee like his predecessor,
Dick Moon, which is why I remark the
rcsults of Yauki-u enterprise in the
south an nowhere more seen than at
There Is nothing like being accurate
and honest. A Salvation Army con
vert at S(litll 111 1S72 stole on nx. The
other day he filtered the storuofthn
merchant front whom lie (cmmitted
the thelt and salt), "What were axes
woith In IH72T"' llclug Informed that
they then sold for tl apiece, he threw
down a dollar, s.tyii.g, "In lhat year I
stole one ax from yuu." Keligion that
makes restitution Is not a very bad
n. ci v k- pi 1 fix'
M EuESIa B
1Mb .ov!tT in'v(r vuru -. A mnrvo)
pnrily. Hrfiiyih nnd wlioltjf.cmpnt.p.
Mum t(.tn."htlHl than CiV (irdhmry
Uiiid-., Hinl otinimt lie coll) tn rompi'il
U011 witli the nuil'.itiKtf ot lotv tpftt,
Mimrt w. Itflil Hlum or h.'r-i luu. pow
tfT. SoM only ii cuiif".
KOVAIa ItAKiM) roHliKlt o.
40 y ltK Wall St., N. Y.
A jucfp iitiom.
Livhifr ivi'h a unmiiin'iit iliyir.an
of tlii-i city. iiiMlcioiny ip atnuMit
fif a m-rvuim ..wt.nVr. U a yonn wo
m.u wiui-t: iKiiiH' il if tint ni!iUriiil to
thv ritory to nuke iulilie. St,m after
Hlie went to live in the family, or mmhi
U fore, it i-t imt ix:utly known whieh,
1111. 11 v nil.- ini--eO Imni ll.1 hoiiie, lnt
notiiiiiir wa 'f it- Onnilaythe
ij.iti' nt ;ilr.. il into the parlor ami in
f.innetl the fiitnitv w lii h was v-4mblei
tin re, that tln-v hutl loti nmney. but
re-nn-i'il them not to worry uU.ut the
lo-s 1: the moin-v woiilil U? n lurnel
thimli --rliaw in small siinw. Sure
en-'ii'h in a few : the h'-t money
ln-iran to t!itv h:uk throMh tiie mail
fluffs'' nt ft time. When iM.k.n to
Fith-iieiitly ahmit the revelation -.he
had made, the ycni' vin"flll v.eineil
utle.U itui.i.'d, uml drilled that he
li:id ever lli;ide unv mull liel.liru.
Then it (Kiwned ni.n the fatnilv, tlny
jav, that tl.!-Mtuti' wi.in:m wa a wmi'
na)ul-nli-t. if imt if-- ed of -ui-.'niat-
ural iHiwi i. (hie dav lm-mUTi iI ihu
linUM-h'-ld Ht nt out to do '111111' -hoj
inn. While in n f.lielnre the yoiin,
woman ta!k d very intelligently to it
t-l' ik nl."til -lei"', ami linally coiudu.l
cd that she eoiii-l not :iff'f ju-l then to
iiiirelase i n.iir. Next ilav sht: knew
iioiiiinu ii alt ah nit the event, itml in
hi-l. il that lle h:id li"t ImhU out of
dour- 011 th" day iu qiiettioii. Ou an
other oeeniiin hu eaine dovu-.-tair
and tolil the fainilv the hu- wiw to Uu
tur-iarizt d on a eertain lii-jht at I
uivt ti hour and inliuiti-, v. hit ti kIi
named. Aloiit H o eloek on the eveii-
lug of the niht when thu hurlaiy
n an to oei'iir he tt'aiu .auute.rtiu
(l)wu--tnir, and vl I ii the nuiio tiueoUi
cerned air 'told thu family that ut 7
oYlock that cveiiinu thy huryliim inul
tliant-a mur ;::;ni-i reamnitf the
time, but that tin htir;daiy would tiiku
jhu-; in iiiveivty the m.uuter already
dem. ribtd. A f-w ii'ilita. afterward u
uuiu ut ihe flout hall eau-i -d uu uluriu
to m rutted. A lamp wat lihteil,
when it m diiot-retl that thu dor
Lad been f".veU iu j ti-st u-i the young
woman kaid it would be, but uutbinj;
had U'eu btolui. 'i lii otory luu been
toM tUo Jolicc. X y rm, ust Journal.
A rtory. new to me. uhnut eeeentrir
Iaac Mai ne. imee enlle. ti.r nt Ito-doti
and eIwiuh ui n nf wil-: His wife
was a devoted .tatit. When he went
to rliureh, wliieli was seldom, he went
with lu r. Hut hf alwas went with a
mental reservation, Umhi whieli hi
fanev di-Hirted itwlf ilurinjj serviee,
for there wan only one Hapti-st that lie
like-t, ami that wan Mi. Harm Now,
the ltattiht. wen alxiiit to build a
ehiipel, aud Mr. Harm", wn inteiv-led
in pnruriuK uh-ription to tiiat end.
She sjMike to Mr. Harnes about it, nnd
an he intimated a w-illiti'rucsH to miIi-M-hln.
film ss-ut a collct tor to ure him
fm-ther. 'he eolh tor said hi- had un
derstood that Mr. Harnes wa willing
to 3iiheri)ie. Mr. Harue aid he was.
The collector drew out a ub-erition
Uok and oflend it for Mr. Haines'
ti;iiatuiv. "No' viid lianies, I
won't Kijji. that lKMk, lM'eau--e that isn't
neeensarv. Mv wonl in jint ns "ttf.d
as tny boud. W hen I say I'll subscribe
I mean it. And I may as well say at
once that my nlwcription will be f,j,-
1XHJ. This fairly took the eolleetor's
bivatli away, for it wan almost tho
whole amount they wern trying to
raise. 'That is a splendid nift," ho
maiinjred to nay after a while; 'w
shall be very deeply obliged." "Not
at all," said llarnen; 'but," lie added,
there is a condition to the gift."
Oh," said tho collector, I'm sure
any condition ymi inijrht annex would
bo well received by our people." m
not so sure about that," said Harues:
the condition is that the ihmiiiIo bain
tifced In the new chapel shall be bajn
tizwl lu boiling hot water," "(iood
moruiu)?," said tht collector as he put
ihe sulweript'ion book in his pmket
and walked off. i'hitmh tphia IkcortL
What ft truly beautiful world we
live in! Nature (rives us crand- ur oi
aiouhtaina, glens ana oceans, and thou
sands of means of enjoyment. We can
desirp no better when In perfect health;
ou i now otien an the mammy or tM-o
nle feel like ffivinv it uu disheartened.
discouraged and worn out with disease.
when ther is no corn a to 1 for this teel-
ing. as every sutTerer can easily obtain
satisfactory proof, i hat (ireen's AucubI
r lower, win maKe them tree rrm dis
ease, as when born. Jnspepsla and
Mver Complaint are ttie direct cau-f
of snventy-livt per went, of such mala
dies as Hiliouj-ness, Indigestion. Sick
lleaiiai he, Costivem as, "erv( ui Pros
tration. Diziness of the Head. Pal td -
taMon nf the Ueant. and H'.her disia-aa-
Hi(t symptoms. Three doses or August
t lower will prove U9 wonderful elleot
sample bottles. IU cents. Try it. eow
ANN UAL. SAL 1
iM.li liV IUK-
BREEEERS OF RAY COUNTY
1 1. 1, m; iiki.u at:
Saturday, April 30.
At thUsalo w shall offer hoinn ol
the very lire.st aiima!s to be tound in
Noitlivic.it aMissoiiii, emtiiaeing rej re
.sentatives tvotu the btst known uiid
in out popular tamihes. Timkty-iid.ht
iiiil dials, all lusl-ciaisK, will bu Hold.
Col. J. 1. Man wdl ciy the ba:e. 1-Vr
atatotf io'm, contiuiiiMir iihia aim ptui-
Hivta ot aianialM, Uthldicbs the undcr
ditfntd ut JUcliinond, Mo.
J-1. M:ri i,K, l'ics t.
T. II. lti;w, 8ec'y.
DR. F. C. HOYT,
4'40 ri-niicl Mreet,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
DIkvhcs of the. None. Throat aud Ijii? a
HM,ialt y. I. i-l
.11(1' I s iMTI'lrV L'lVt'll tllUt U ttt'13 ut uaillin-
Ulratiuu uu Llio ( M.Hti'nI
Have luicu t: rant i tl to Iti" uinliTsiirnt il lv 111'
linitiutt,' rut 1 1 1 n Kay county, Alnwuii, Utiuiiiri
iintj ul Apt il 4. i.-;.
All tuiiifn h;tAtiK chdiiiH mjnliit said rstjiti
&rv n-i,iilri'i to rvliinlt llii in fr iillmviiuve. wlUt-
in one enr iii'iii uiiii! oi s-.iui u-iUTS, or iin-y
IIIHV bv lirt'L'illl it'll linlll hllVlKU illlV leli" 111 III 'Hill
liiif. Mint Uftiirii ri:iii! riiirt' in( I'fr'iiU'U Willi-
iu two )tars iuv t-luill Ut- hrM-r l- I'iti in a.
J. II. JIA.MIi.MO,
15-4 i'uli. ALHiiuiislj-ulor.
P If .If.1'!, .. "K ' WC s ..HJ. Ll .1
. s :..f..-i ::-i'?i''.'-'."r:.'-j'?
i--' " iwf1 C'-'-i ' 'IV-i
Wo litre the finest, largest, newest, cheapest and best
selected stock of
Wall Paper and Coiling Decorations.
Also the latest things in
Curtain Poles, Brackets, &c.
We cordially invite you to call and see- us. We
can also show you the finest line of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silverware and Stationery iu Richmond.
Megede &d Son.
932 MAIN STREET,
Manufacturing Retailers of
HATS AND CAPS.
Men's Tine Suits,
Men's Jeans Pants
$4 to $39
4 to 28
3 to 20
1 to 12
50c to 2
50c to 1.50
$1 to $3
X Car-Drlrer's Fate.
-Y'.i: f.liiil,!-1 ho uxrtaiiiii.l, as ho
I..H.iuc-.l ii strn t-c.ii- down to Ji-lltTson
uw-li't.' iili.l li'.k liiilist nt the tlrivur.
-Wh:il ails .m?'' was tlia gruff
li.ll..l.l 111.! Sit this -nll;Jl this
sliiil-l.Mii:i tlu-si' imwiits!"
.-I st-f. ion Iiau U-i-a spUlietl
"Aiul v.iu ili.l it. :ili ymi an the
Mhli! 1 w.is i-i-u"-iii lln- lrv.'l Im. k
hi-nh. inul w.is alnil to nn-'t a iiwi-ty
ur! 1 iu.iv purl, sah, unit she
,,.,ul.l li;if n-iu.ia-tl my uwow. sau
liu.,v, v.hfii 'ii cun.- al.iii with your
oi.l i'uii.ii -t-.i"i'l v. hi..-!..- ami (hisht-U
tiii luu. I uv,T nir iivi-r uu-. sail!"
And vou didn't f t to bow to tho
Kill. l .-..iir-- lu.i: ji.iw ennui
wIii-h I v..- ,ua I.. u-ditiil"Us lit
j.J Ami It was oll, s.lh you
It 11. .ll
II, ll.ll ..( il '"
t li ll-iT. vili- ii. .thin;.'. fMilit that
ttlf 1 1n-
I shall Ki
y.m tlu- I-.
ah i.i.."ni.' mhi a- a Bi-ii.
h in all. sail! I sl.ull ivs
iM rut thi! il!rui.'l lajlU till,
Ovra year ago the UrsKiciuT, more
for a joao tnau auj thing uis... svivo-
cutod Ilia tislaUishuitul ul a s)stciu ul
aUr works for tho city, stliciiug- the
bill south of tliedi i.ut.s a suiuo.e
place (or a reservoir. Mow ll.al uuio-
llilug u( a uuoui is ou a yieat uinuy
ueoule are taking' kindly o Ihesungos
llou aud talking lu dead tamest lur
water works, lluture your uianii, (;ei..
tleiueu, aud we are Willi you, if uu
want water works for liicuuioud the
llKuocHAT will do ail lu lu power to
ol r..t. ('i-iiufiiiil, who
a .M. -.i.-aii tiooi whih.
nun. i iii.I iu lilll'nlltl ol
t 'iiiiiin I-. I. to luivo a
It. fun- lli.' .iiuiiiirr wains.
Dr. Joins' ltd Clover Ionic U uot a
stimulant hut a nerve fond, resiuiing
nerve iotia. loal li) sickness or excessive
uieiiUl work or the use of lliinor
oiiiuni, uiiiiphinu or toh.ico. It luiiplles
food for nerve tissues aud bv lis gentle
operative art mil removed ail lestralut
from the Lenitive organs, hence, cur
ing all diseases of stomach aud liver.
Smith ration, Ititliuioiid ; will supply
the genuine Hcd Clover Toulo at Hi els
VI riukies niv us iiattii-nl to old npre
n is s full, siniHith fiK-e to childhood.
They are due, mainly, to n certain
shiiiikaii of the uiUsi h s n shriukac
whieli eluiiaeti'i'iy.e's, niore or les. the
entire system iu Ihu later period, ti(
It is lit ',!iiseiiiciire of this general
tliiinkiijiu that la advanced lit" w
lieijht Is 9ome hut '.'.Hei-ed; that the
Sllust.nrc, of tho jaws contracts, thus
often pivinjr rise, hy pi'es-.urii on the
nerves that pass through the hony -a-uals,
to sevt-ru mid dillieillt neuralgia,
anil that thu liruill siih-itanec heemnes
reduced ill hulk, water Idling the va
cant space. Were it not for the lived
luihits and accumulated resources of n
lifetime, an old limit's hi-nin would not
lie eijuul lo the wurk which he still per
1 here is, of course, miieli dillereiice
between old icop)e iu this respect,
which is due largely tu tciiiH.raineiit,
(lalills i4 (hoiiht Hlld of fi-elinr and
ukmIcs of life. The pa)icrs lately told
of a man over one hundred years old,
whose face was wholly without wrin
kles. Una was a very exceptional
case, ror the p'eat body ol us, 11 we
attain leiith of dayis, must take them
wilh the addition of phvsicul decay.
Even the proud IrcUe must make up
her mind for wrinkles; but if, as she
grows older, she gi-ows in froixl sene,
intelligence and kindly sympathies, ner
beauty of character will have an attrac
tion far beyond beauty of face.
While wrinkles result fiom the natu
ral working of the system, they may
also lie caused by a perverted condition
r,t the system, as are pimples, blotches
and boils. Kuw the human face un
like that of brutes was meant lo tu
the "mirror of the 4l1cl." tliu visible
usiires&iou of every passion, emotion
sud inmost feeling. Herein is its cii'r
beauty. Hence its numerous muscles
snd uervea, whereby it is so wonder
fully adjusted to this end. but iiiiiaclci
iu coustaut or frequent livti Uu In
crease in volume. sUcugih, aud readl-
uess of actioa.
Hence built of thought nnd feeling
li.'fMne stamped 011 the face, uud we
read so easily the cliai ni'ti r of the
proud, the vain, tne deeeitful, and the
sen.tial mau, or of Ihe kind, the calm,
Ihe energetic, tllu frank, tho candid,
and the honest num.
Hut there Is nothing lik.i enra am)
win i-iiii. oil Y pl.nirh (unows in the
foielujtd, uiui tiiese am badly man-lug
the fiteea of our American women. Ve
pass lu Ihe streets women of tliiny-live
aliose foreheads are more wnukli4
than the brow should tut iu seventy.
Moiue of tliuse uay not have luce cai-es
lian ollieis, uul Ihey nuuecessarily
ield to llie tendency 10 express lUcul
lu the face. i'vuUti t'ui;iiniuri.
(V A. IVaraou. XoUry lAibho, It. A
L. Junction, will attend to all businuos
entrusted lo hlui with oar aud pmuiut-
uwia. wiatges reaBoriaute. si-ti
flSrti. ; QV.' J .y 1 .
rr 1 1" s - -
Wrappers & Drawers 25c to 3
Men's and Boys Hose 5c to 1
Fine Shirts 50c to 2
Overalls 40c to 65c
And ererything else at the
High. Prices Must Go!
We are bound to blow high prices
out of existence. If we cannot do
it with fire-crackers we will do it
with dynamite. We make our
own goods and save on profit; this
we give to the customer. We buy
nothing of middlemen. We are
constantly studying how well we
can make goods and how cheaply
we can sell them. Our system is
Cash, One-Price and No Deviation,
and we do not allow our goods to
be misrepresented. All of this we
guarantee, and any one who buys
goods of us, if they are not satisfied
can return them and exchange or
get their money back. We guar
antee satisfaction in all cases.
Scliweicli & Brown,
Art prt'imrt'il al hhv hi.1 time loaccoinotlaie
Will 1'itiiwv ''iHM-iii i 'i to :u.Y .M.lnt it- trv'l H
a imiijii-iil it he, llm V lixir.lt d by tU
Wtl'k ul' IIHIMlll, Oil n M-Mi:ll'lf t-f ill i.
l iisl'iiiiiTu in.tv tt l .in (itiiiit-lii nootl luru-
UUU, Wit- liorwsi (tltd IlliHltTiUf
J. C. QONSACK,
m'cr-ur U IViiiut ls-llng
r.Tf?M-'f' PH'Mvl f'P'
Brackott, Mirrors, Window Cornicei.
Alio full line of AniM' Mu;riiUn ftiitl ixco
1013 Mam UL, h AN HAS CITY, MO.
1 1 ii...,
Ti M- . f r ymuij mJ
The 11U ftt JnthTsiKiuAi
VIM. t-tjry trublf. Bvho
TUai Huw i Id tbc Mi
Will M'attr lilts liir (hl-T Ut jiU'ht
T A ITOUII 1 C ilfllllM
inilUVILLL ' WILLI);
Up with the Times I
ll-tviii; rviaud-leJ uur mill t t.
till uii.-iaii..ii. m-illug- a sun Hit a
e Full Huller 8ysti-m, and how In suc-tss-li
J- t i- i0Ur, wu aru prepanil to
EXCHANGE FLOUft AND LIZAL
Fur wln.il a'iU c irn at ail lions. Cuaiuuiers biiiinig 13 or muro liusliels of
Ueal tan ifel lluur iium tU;ir uwu irraui. 1 uhIiHihk uur olil Irlenils anil eus
U.niers lot nasi, (i.ilruu g , wu rvspiciluuy Siiliou a i;ouuiiuuiic ol lliu same :
aisj all Hit) new eusloui-is pjssiule. "irair Uealiug auj couileous treatmcul "
is our uouo. lligncsi uaraoi ynue prd lur wtitiil aud coru.
7. &S J. TAIT,
I'rnp's Tattsvilla Mills.
lldVU lU I'iOfM' (Mil tl tT
Ami lti ) v- ill ii" ri iinll' of i ir-t utii li .luu';..? y
l.tl, W'i. ttf Ut t rtiH k 'tl. sslHl tiU t.ill );
riJiss r mau ut ii.ot irm- ( i.iiui,t
uii I) i ui l.iiij; it i i..' sl.'.:u4 (..id i .n .
tfl'IU lllVHW..i U-Uui I iJll',3, lllill' klM'ti. is
MONEY TO LOAN
Money to loan at fl, 1 or H p-r cent
Ink-rest ou Heal llstata Hwuritv
i'i-U. C. X. tjAti.Vhii, Jr.
J. P. QUESffiN ASlSilll Y,
Corner of Camden Avenue and Main Street,
Hardware I Groceries,
Would.resr ei-tfully lay that I keep a general stock in the
iibovo lint's of goods. I will nut o-juinuiuto, Lut auk thuto
wishing tu buy to call and
SEE ME AND SAVE MONEY.
Thanking my many frienda Lr J.aat patrunnt'o, I atk a
eoininuaiife of the name.
'SHtt$Lno rrrllurrt-l. Uotbll'it 1 ."iund