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. JAMESTOWN, N. Y., April 0, 1887.
To ike Ladies of Ray and adjoining Coun ties :
What We Guarantee for the Dress Ooods of Our
1. To be made from the very best mateiial, by ekillful workmen,
with the latest and mot approved machinery, an J to bt the cheapest
goods in tbe mnrket when service is considered.
2. Are so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in damp
weather or a shower, Without fear of being ruined by curling or
3. Tlie manufacturing, dyeing and finishing are done in such a
maniier that the goods can be washed if desired, without the least
injury to the fabric. -
4. Our (roods are wool dyed, and obi ore us fast as the purest dyes
and greatest cars and skill can make them.
5. Good show just what they are and will until worn out, as there
is no weighting, stiffening or artificial lostre used to increase the weight
or finish, as is the case, with a large class of goods in the market, but
which disappears after a few days' service
As manufacturers we have taken great pains to supply an article In
every wuy reliable, and unsurpassed by similar goods, either foreign or
domestic., and would respectfully ask an examination of the various style
and shades to be found on sale by out Hole Agents,
J. C. Brown Mercantile Co.,
Very Respectfully, -Broadhrnd
NT) Until May 1st. 1SS7, wo cut and fit FREE OF
i D""ClIAUGJbi all dress patterns sold by us at 75o and
up per yard.
J. C. Brown Mercantile Company.
Burklen'a Arall' Balva.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and skin eruptions; and positively
cures dies, or no pay required. It Is
guaranteed to give perlcct satislaotlon,
or money refunded. Price IS cents per
box. Bold by J. I). Taylor. 21-y
Bummer Millinery and
Miss Lou Ford wlshe to an
nounce to her patrons, and the public
generally, that she now has on exhibi
tion an elegant stock of
Embracing everything that will please
the most fastidious taste. The line of
new Parasols is especially worthy of
Inspection. They come In all shades
and.range iu price to lit every pocket-
hook. The entire stock of Millinery
has been marked down low.
i.'i.auinda, IA, May 8d, 1888.
Mr. T. 11. Jackson:
Dear Sir Some live years since at
your solicitation. 1 used jour Common
Shush Liniment on a case of fistula of
eighteen months xtauaing. The norse
whs a great favorite, known all over
southwestern Iowa as "Old Mutton,"
and I could not kill him nor could I
Induce any one of my hands to do it.
Yon well remember 1 was passing the
old barn of Captain Barnes one morn
ing at the time 1 have named, when
llurnes called me, unking me tn your
presence it I had nny diseased horses,
and then 1 said I had the old horse and
that lie wbb incurable and I would give
ten dollars If h man would take him
away and kill him, but I did not want
to kuow anything more than he was
dead. You remarked that you would
cure him or you would give me the ten
dollars if 1 would consent to have the
Liniment applied. You gave me two
bottles, which were used, and the horse
was completely cured in less than four
I have had one cured on the farm
elnce and haverecoramended and know
it to be used in a larare number of
cases .'ud never knew a failure.
1 have continually kept I he Liniment
for use in my barns, and I Ond it the
equal. If not the superior, of any Lini
ment for every purpose where one is
needed with horees or
N. B. MOOBE.
g.A. Wollard and E. K. Rem will
have at Dickenson's table. In Rich
mond, froin April 25th to May 1st,
,.i thnrnuffhlired and Galloway
.utile h'urmers who wish to Improve
their stock should call and examine
these animals. 16-st
Call at the new photograph gallery
and be convinced that you will get
auperlor work at reasonaoie price.
U K. LaGbangb,
What On si Our 014, Subslanllal Livery Firm
Says 01 " Common tens Liniment.
HiciiMOS-n, Mo, April IS, 1887.
T. II. Jnckftoii & Co.. Wuliioy. lll.i
knuoLun iiatnir VI, II r "I Vm IT! OT1
Sense Liniment" for the last three years
in our stables, and find it to be all that
you claim for It In your advertise
ment, r '
WHITHER LlVKBY Co.
Joseph Ti'.irri wauta all the wool in
Hay county, ami win pay vuo mu
market price for IbC same. Bee bis
advertisement, elsewhere in the Demo
COVPOUKD f XTBACrX
Tlio liuiwiuiwfl of purtlylng Ins blood can
nni in. iiveicninici. 1, lor without purs klood
you Citunot enjoy tfood htmltll.
Al Uu. eawn ni-aily every ons needs a
. oud im-iiii iuo lo put ily, vlullta, anil eiirub
ll,a blood, aud we bik you to try Hood's
D HariuinrtlU, it itrentUiens
reCUIIar UIU bmUt up tlie .y.leni,
creates an apietile, uul tonos Die digecUon,
while !c efoulcaU'i UlHeaae. The peculiar
cuiiiliiuatloii, proportion, and preparation
of tlio via'tnllo ri'iiullo UMd gtv lo
Hood's Baniipaillla pecnl. II.. If
fcir curative powers. No v Hvll
oilier UKilli li.e Ujui b aroford of woadertul
cures. II you liuve uisde up your nuad la
buy Hood's H:iraMtllu do mil be Induced la
t.iko uuy oilier lusu ad. . 11 li I recullw
Mrdli'luv, and U mirlliy your coufldeuo.
Iliad's H.irmiiarl1la l sold by all driujgUrts.
J"rrea by C. 1. llood Co., Lowell, Hut,
slQ0 Dote. Ona Dollar
The public schools close May tilth.
To boom Richmond macadamize the
City Council has ordered bridge on
Thornton avenue lo be raised four feet.
A slight frost on Tuesday morning.
but it did no damage that we can hear
Itichmond is one of the most solid
cities in the state and a boom is liable
to strike her at any time.
lluild houses with your money, and
have places for the people to live In
when they move to Itichmond.
John Falk, a successful farmer from
tbe Dr. King neighborhood, says be is
done planting corn for this season.
We must have a spur down to the
Wabash and Santa I'e roads. You can
build It cheaper than you think for.
Every member of Itichmond lodge
A. O. U. W.is earnestly requested to
attend the special meeting to-night
Mrs. Word is having her residence
painted and papered inside and out.
The work la being done by Kidgell Bros.
When you are in town take a look at
our pig and see how little GoL Ander
son knows about a hog when he sees
Sunday last was a rough day for the
quarterly meeting at the M. . church
In this city, yet tbe attendance was
Among the other improvement to
be made In the Savings Bank building
are a corrugated Iron ceiling and a
walnut aud ash iluur.
Yea, we must have a new fence
around the court house, and tbe county
court will see to itatouce that It is
built and nicely built at that.
Kidgell Bros, are doing a large a-
mount of worn, and why)1 Because
tbey do first-class work at low prices.
Don't fail to give them a trial.
Buckeye" is cordially invited to con
tinue bis newsy letters to the Demo
crat. Tbe other regular correspon
dent are requested to do likewise
Feuding the reconstruction of the
street leading to the depot the street
commissioner should put down some
temporary sidewalks and crossings.
With the macamiilog of our streets
will come a boom, as it will be evi
dence to the world that we are alive
and propose to keep well abreast of the
The snow on Sunday' did no damage
to fruit or garden as far a we can
learn. The temperature of the atmos
phere was not low enough to freeze
The weather prophet who last fall
predicted twenty-three mows for the
winter of 1880-7 evidently kuew what
be was talking about. We have had
exactly that number.
Again we are compelled to issue s
six-page paper In order to accommo
date advertiser. We can atand con
siderable crowding, however, In the
way of advertising.
If Bay county would only build rock
roads, she would have no more neces
sity for railroads. Good rock roads
would give u all the additional mar
ket facilities needed.
Itichmond is ripe for a boom just
now, if we will only act judiciously
and put it on foot. We waut a boom
that is uot all wind as moat of the
booms now iu tight ate made that
Carrollton needs a Board of Trade.
The boom cau't be properly nursed
without. Carrollton Democrat.
Better get "wet nurse" for tbe poor
little thing. It has wind on the stom
TheBt. Joe road now has on sale
single trip tickets to Kansas City! via
Lathrop, for 11.00. Uolug by Lathrop
you arrive in Kansas City at II a. m.,
and returning by the same route you
leave there at p. m.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the building association last Knday
evening two shares of stock sold for ttob
and three for tod. Money in the Itich
mond association is selling at a higher
premium than anywhere else In th
state. ' The bt. Louis association are
glad to get as high as .30.
Don Duan't Interesting letter on
"Courtship Id Mexico" will be fouud
In another column. It la full of "points '
for love-sick lads aud lassies. "Mar
riage" i the title of tbe letter to
appear next week. Don Duau writes
so learnedly ou these pleasant subjects
w tear ue uas lauuu a vicuin to tne
ttttfuii 01 some mug-eyed seuynua,
Harris wants wool. We want news.
He pay cash, we pay taffy. Bring in
Remember the Daughter of Itebek
ah will have a nice supper at the opera
house next Tuesdsy night Be sure
and be there.
Messrs. Kidgell Bros, have jnst com
menced painting and repapering the
residence of Capt J. L. Fan hi. They do
Squire J.8. DeMastcrs ha our thank
for favor th I week. lie can be found
by those needing hi services at the
B. J. Menefee received a very fine
buggy yesterday, ordered especially
for our young friend Tom Lavelock.
What does that mean?
Recent rain have thoroughly soaked
the ground in Mil lection and crop
prospect are all that could be desired.
Heaven seems to have smiled on Hay
connty this spring.
Lulu, Infant daughter of Chas. and
Laura Mathews, died at tbe family res
idence near mine No. 6 Saturday. Tbe
remains were Interred Sunday, I'rof.
Kirk conducting the funeral.
Stock men say that last Sunday was
the worst day on unsheltered stock ex
perienced this season, as the cold rain
and (now after the warm day seemed
to chill the animals to tbe bone.
Hon. W. T. Brown who lives south
west of the city, says corn planting is
progressing finely in his neighborhood
and so far the prospect for a grain and
fruit crop are as good as could be de
sired. The Savings Bank received last Sat
urday one of Diebold'a patent anti
dynamite solid steel safes, which
weighs 8' 00 pounds. It i equipped
with a time-lock and is guaranteed
lire and burglar proof.
County Surveyor Bay was out In the
country beyond Swanwick on Tuesdsy
and reports wbeat as looking exceed
ingly fine, with every promise of a big
crop. Tbe acreage sown this year Is
much larger than usual.
Every farmer and the head of every
family la Bay county should take tbe
Democrat, and be posted In regard to
county aflairs. Don't be backward,
but band in your name and littlell.50.
It is the sure road to happiness.
On another page of the Democrat
will be found the mammoth advertise
ment of W, W. Morgan & Co., the lead
ing Kansas City clothier. Ibis 1 a
one-price, square-dealing house aud
will do all tbey claim. When you go
to Kansas City give them a call.
The many friends of Mrs. Samuel A.
Rlngo, formerly of Itichmond, and a
sister of It II. Kills of Millville, wlU
be pained to learn of her death, which
occurred Aprils, at San Francisco,
California. She was a most excellent
lady, aud leavea a large circle of friends
to mourn her loss.
A City al Bsautilul Women.
Detroit Mich., Is noted for its heal
thy, handsome ladies, which the lead
ing physicians aud druggists there at
tribute to the general use and popular
ity of Dr. Harler'a Iron Tonic.
Tbe transfer of real estate as shown
by deeds tiled In tbe Kecorders otlice of
hay county from April 6 th lo th, a
space of two weeks, foot up 43,337.10
which is quite a healthy auowing for
dull times. We hope to arrange iu tbe
future to give this item in a more sat
isfactory shape lo our readers.
Mow that we have had plenty of rain
would it not be a good plan to orgau
ize yourbelf into a committee and Clean
up your back yards aud also have all
your rubbish carted out of town, aud
nut thrown into the back alleys. You
should also urge the city authorities to
have the back alleys cleaned up nicely.
It is much better to do it now than
wait unul June.
Tbe following marriage licenses have
been issued by Kecorder Milstead since
the loth of April.
( Edward Miller Ray county
) Elizabeth iiiyttie, " "
j 1. M. Bradley "
( Muuerva L. Swallord. , .. " "
) John Claugbtou "
Mary Ciaven " "
J Stone W. Frazier " M
( Fannie A. Brock man. . ., "
i James . Flauigau " "
( Bridget D. Clary " "
Program ot Tewperauce Council, to
be held at the Opera House, Friday 22.
Music- Frayer Music.
Select Heading Mary Bassett
Declamation Fred Quirk.
Rehearsal Bettie DuvaL
Address T. N. Lavelock.
Rehearsal Nannie Hallield.
KeLe irsal Mabel tiainer.
Sim' Little Glrl-1. Wilson and
Richmond Lodge No. I. O. O. F
will hold her grand auulversary cere
monies at the opera house on Tuesday
evening, S6tb, at 7 o'clock, and the
public in general and all Odd Fellow
in particular are cordially Invited to
meet with u and assist in celebrating
the bsth anniversary of our noble
order in America. Grand Dress Parade
of l'atiiarchs Militant and members at
i p. m., and In the evening an enter
taining program will be presumed. In
cluding an oration by X, P. Rlxie, D.
O. M., at the close of which an elegant
bauquet will be dispensed by the
Daughters ot Rebekah. A pleasant
evening is assured to all.
Jacob Horn hock, N. O.
J. Allen McDonald, Seo'y.
"I've good joke on myself," said a
young baslnes man to the "Brick
Presser" one day this week. The young
mau shall be nameless, but as a pointer
1 may say be "blaya der klarinet"
Being urged to tell tbe Joke tbe young
"The other day our folks heard of a
girl In the country who wauted to
engage to do domestic work aud father
suggested that I take tbe horse aud
buggy aud go out aud hunt the girl up.
We only kuew the neighborhood in
which sbe lived, i thought the drive
would be a pleasant one for a young
lady friend aud iuvited her to go with
me, which she did. After driving
several miles 1 stopped before a farm
house, gave the reius to my fair coin-
fsulou and proceeded to the house,
n response to my knock a good looking
young lady came to the door, and in
reply to tuv question if she knew
where a young lady lived in that
neighborhood who wanted to hire the
'Pa's out In the field, sir, but I know
he dou't waut to hire anyone.'
Our young mau said he explained
the situatiou to the mistakeu young,
lady, aud she blushed furiously over
hr mistake, lookinc all tbe prettier
for it aud causing him to think, he
wouldu t nuud mriug to drop corn tor
AN CLECANT TURNOUT.
We make special rate on Thursdays
for ladies calling, a party of two or
three cau enjoy the beat olty accom-
modatlons at one fourth rate. Meet
us half way aud we will ouine tbe
U-ll wumiEtt Liven Co.
Do you want a new
Carpet? We have
just opened a very
large line of them in
all grades of Ingrains
and Tapestries, and
the styles are new
and prices all richt.
Now, DON'T be
gulled by chin music
and cheap gush,
but study your own
interests end price
the new goods in the
Big Carpet Room
k f. McDonald
Miss Nellie Word was visitintr friends
in bt. Joe last Saturday.
John W.Green and Peter Tribble
have ordered tbe Democrat.
Editor Montaomerv of the L iwson-
ian dropped in to see us yesterday.
Mr. Thos. Hlytho of Orrick adds his
came to our subscription list this week.
W. Nelson, near Morton, renewed
Friday lor Win. Uilpia of Gaston,
L. 8. Frazier of Morton called Satur-
.1 iy to renew for the Democrat aud
Wee my uepuoucau.
AV. A. White, Richmond, and Dr. W.
F. Yates. Morton, subscribed for the
Dkmikirat last Friday.
Miss Fannie Bernard spent the latter
part of last week at St. Joe with ber
sister, Mrs. Chas. Rucker.
Ous Luvln. who has been assisting
us for the nast three weeks, left for
Usage City, Kansas, Monday oua viait.
R. H.Ellis of the Millville country
dropped in Monday to say a good word
of encouragement for tbe Democrat.
John Kirk patrlck and O. Oueutal,
former Richmond boys but now on the
road as knights of the grip, Sunday ed
Mrs. J. II. Edwards returned Tues
day evening from Brunswick, where
she had been on a brief visit to I da
tives. J. C. Mclver sends in a postal note
for renewal, and orders Ins paner
changed from Eldorado to Mess City,
Oscar Andreen, the well known and
popular SU Louis paper drummer, was
In the city Tuesday. lie reports busi
B. V. Seward of Hardin was a busi
ness caller at tbe Dkmochat ollice
last Fridav. He said his town was
growing aud prospering.
Uncle Billy White was in town last
week and reported bis prosp. ct for a
fruit crop excellent. We have uot
seen him since the snow ou Sunday.
We had the pleasure yesterday ol
shaking the hand of our old friend
liert budsley, who lives near Aiimny.
He is still a reader of tbe Democrat.
Lindsay Dickey, the newly olecteu
county school commissioner was In tbe
city on Tuesday to gel bis commission.
Ot course he paid the Democrat a
fraternal call where ue l ever welcome.
VMnr Mlmmnna tliA tmw nuiltor Ol
Mm i'lirlBliut, hiirfli urrivil Willi
his earthly possessions Tuesday night.
Il nr. .. no I uvinutilll kw Mllll
hrMtctif villi a,i, BfilliM htiH JfrMt-t
cows. He will occupy the Boyer resi
Dr. Yates of Morton was iu the city
last week, aud from him we gained
the Information that his sectiou bad
suffered much lrom sickness the past
winter, pneumonia being quite preva
lent aud occasional cases of brain
lever. Tbe measles also took their
course aud altogether he has been kepi
Our esteemed friend Col. Jas. R. B.
Vaucleave. brother-lu-law to ti. W.
Schweicb of this city, has through the
inlluence or senator t arweii, ueeu ap
pointed first deputy chief clerk of the
city of CbicuKo. This Is a position
of great importance and the uiauy
frieuds otVauin Ibis city will be re
joiced to bear of bis good turtuue.
Our old friend Jerry Isleyof Excel
sior SpriugB, was In tow u lastFiiday
shaking nanus wnu menus auu occas
ionally dropping in a good word lor
bis rieiinr vouuir ciiy. Ho says that
Capitalists Bie coming iu droves, aud
oue day last week men were mere mai
represeuteu eou,uuu,uuu or weauu. xne
Armours are bulldinn summer risi-
dences, and buying up all tbe available
laud iu that section. In fact, Jerry
suys that Excelsior Springs la just
more than booming.
At the residence of the bride's father
Mr. Silas Keith, north of Russellville,
April 7tb, Mr. O. I. Berry and Miss
Mary C. Keith, both of Ruy. N. B.
What a Wsll-Known Citizen fiyi.
Otlice of Sevier & Limerick, I
Richmond, Mo., April a), le. )
I was slllicled with a severe pain lu
mv lelt bin joint. 1 applied to T. li.
Jackson, who furnished me a bottle ol
Commou-Seuse Liniment, which 1
used according to direction and lu
four day I was entirely relieved.
The walklug club, composed of quite
a number of young ladle aud gentle
men of Richmond, had a meeting ou
Tuesday night at the lludgins House,
but concluded that the roads were a
little too unfavorable for pedestrian
exercise, which was deferred until a
more fitting season, Tbe entire party
then repaired to the residence of Mr
Meaede on Lexinslou avenue, where
a sociable was giveu iu honor of M.ss
llultaker, S school uiai in ot Weslpui t,
who Is In the city visiting frieuds, A
very pleasant evening eias passed iu
Chronlo Coughs and Colds,
Aud all diseases of the Throat and
Lungs, cau. be cured by tbe use ol
Scott' Emulsion, as it contains the
healing virtues of coa Liter uu and
Hypophosphlles In their fullest form,
is a beautilul, creamery Emulsion
Dilatable a milk easily diaeated. aud
cau be taken by the must delicate.
Fleaae read: "1 cousiuer bcou s Em
ulsion the remedy par excellence in
Tuberculous auu Strumous All actions,
to say nothing of ordiuury colds and
throat troubles." W. R. S. Conuell
M. p. Manchester. (). "I am using
your Emulsion Cod Liver Oil with lly
pophosphltes for an alfectiou of my
throat, and the improvements are be
yond my expeotutiou." D. Taylor,
M. D, Coosawalte. Ua. li i
Blda for Stone Work.
Sealed bid will heieceived at my
office uulll Wtduesday, May 4th, fur
thejitoue workhm Thornton avebridire
Plaus and specilicalious cau be seeu al
the City Envineei's olhce. Coutract to
be award dt the lowest and host
bidder. 1 1t Jity reserve the tight to
reject any aud all bid,
ily order ot Board.
Lock Lu.vii a.n, Ckrk,
7o nil HViom it Coiireni.'
Notice is hereby given, that the
County Hoard of Equalization within
and for the County of Ray and State of
Missouri, nt its session for the year
1KH7, illil raise the assessed value of the
mil estate und personal property here
inafter di sci Hied, and that the Board
of Appeals for said county will be begun
anil held at the Court House, 111 the
city of Richmond, on .Monday, April
i'lth, 1S87. to hear and determine any
and all eoniphiliits on appeals from
assessnieiitH as corrected mid equalized
by the aforesaid Board of Equalization,
and it is orderrd by the Board that the
following described real estate and
personal iinqiei'ty be raised iu value as
follows, viz :
lij acres oust end of the ne, section 4.
townshipol, range 'M, fiom nous to
lo ai ies. w end ne, sec 4, tp CI, r2i)
In uu to flMI.
lo ni'ii-s, nw.se, sec 4, tpol, r iW, from
4o iii ies, aw, se, sec 4, tp 51, r 'M, from
U-iJ lO MJO.
40 u res. mv. uu, sec 6, tp 61, r 2U, from
irJM to Sii'jn.
;1U inn s, se pt, ne. iiw, sec 5, tp 51, r28,
from iJ to j.um.
bo in'ies.s 4 nw, sec 5. tp ol, r 20, from
irMo to lAN-O.
40 an i s. n w. sw. sec o, tp 51. r 20, from
5 acres, ne cor sv, se, sec o, tp 51, r 20,
from -y tol().
00 acres, n end e 4 se, sec 5, tpSl,r2t),
lrom j04 to i-o.
In a res, mv se, sou 5, tp 51, r from
i-W to IUJ.
so acres, e 1- ne, sec 7, tp 51, r SI, from
S-Wl to S-oO.
SO acres, w 1-i lie, sec 7, tp 51, r !!6,from
S Ail to 010.
4u ai res, ne se, sec 8. tp ol, r 20, from
j:K10 to S4(W.
40 acres, se se, sec 8, tp 61, r 20, from
50 acres, s end w 1-2 nw, sec 10, tp 61, r
W, lrom 4-i lorno.
80 acres, n 1-2 se, sec 11, tp ol, r 20, from
S7."ki to 8KI.
SO acres, w side sw, sec 11, tp 61, r 20,
from on4 to fswi.
80 acres, e 1-2 se, sec 13, tp 61, r 2t),from
7.io to ssuu.
SO acres, e 1-2 nw, sec 13, tp ol, r 20,
from S072 to f boo.
SO acres, w 1-2 ne, sec 13, tp 61, r 28,
from iMI72 to iuO.
80 acres, e 1-2 sw, sec 13, tp 51, r2,from
072 to S-SOO.
00 acres, s end w 1-2 sw, sec 13, tp 61, r
2ii, from "ul to
80 acres, n 1-2 ne, sec 14, tp 51, r 20,from
80 acres, w 1-2 se. sec 14, tp 61, r 20,
from il to voo.
80 acres, w 1-2 ne. sec lo, tp 61, r 20,
from e'i.2 to ini.
40 acres, ue ne, sec 24, tp ol, r 20, from
20 acres, e 1-2 n ne, sec 4, tp 62, r 26.
40 acres, nw ue, sec 4, tp 52, r 20, from
WW to ri.
20 acres, e 1 2 nw nw, sec 4, tp 62, r 28,
from 210 to s4i.
80 acres, n 1-2 sw, sec 4, tp 52, r 20,from
40 to Si. 200.
40 ai res, nw ne, sec 10, tp 52, r 20, from
S2A2 to $4110.
80 acres, s 1-2 lie, sec 21, tp 62, r 20,from
S242 to :ioo.
SO acres, w 1 2 lie, sec 20, tp 62, r 20,
from i-441 to 4so.
40 ni l, s. i,e ne, sec 20, tp 52, r 20, from
40 acres, se ne, sec 20,lp '52, r 20, from
Sil-'ll to SliilO.
80 acres, s 1-2 hv. sec 30, tp 62, r 20,
from S210 lo .no.
20 ai res, s 1-2 sw lie, sec 31, tp 62, 1 26,
fr.ioi slll'i lo ailliO.
30 acres, e end se nw, sic 31, tp 62, r 20,
fiom ?!n6 to S241I.
0 acres part sw quarter, see 83, tp o2, r
20, 1 roin 4u lo
su acres, w i ue, sec M, ipoi, r aj, irom
S072 lo l-vsuO.
80 acres, e 1-2 sw, sec 84, tp 62, r 26,
lrom U72 to f-MHl.
SO acres, s 1-2 ne, sec 6, tp 03, r 20, from
")2.i to SrK.
40 anes, nw se, sec 10, Ip 53, r20, from
2'i3 to S-.I2U.
lo acres, sw nw, sec 14, tp 63, r 20, from
Slill to jvilO.
80 ai res. s 1-2 nw. sec lo, tp 53, r 20,
from sMoto jl.uoo.
Ui acres, e end ue nw, sec 16, tp 63, r
.11 1 1 inn still to 2O0.
4u acres, sw ne, sec 2o, tp 53, r 20, from
S420 to t-'tV.
40 acres, nw nw, sec 24, tp 53, r 20, fiom
Sl'lS lo t.jO.
30 acres w end sw nw, sec 24, tp at, r
20, from S12il lo ?20U.
23 ai res, s end sw sw, sec M, tp Oi, r J,
from 108 to S-23H.
so acres, w 1-2 aw, sec 6, tp o4, r 20,trom
072 lo ?MKJ.
80 acres, e 1 2 se, sec 8, tp ol, r a), Horn
So72 to Si.
40 acres, lie sw, sec 5, tp 61, r 26, from
S2'4 lo S1U0.
loo acres, ne quarter, sec 6, tp 64, r 26,
from sfltno to l.KM.
.1) acres, n 1-2 ne lie, sec 12, tp 54, r 26,
IV. ,in .llL'i lo SlfiO.
40 acres, nw nw, sec 12, tp 51, r 26, from
S252 to S37S.
240 acres, w end s 1-2. sec 17, tp 54, r 26,
from s 1.704 to 2.4UU.
160 acres, ne, sec 20, tp 54, r 26, from
$1.2 .0 tol,liUU
10U acres, nw. sec 22, tp 51, r 26, from
SllklK lo 1.211.
80 acres, w 1-2 nw, seo 23, tp 54, r 26,
Irom S,oi lo soo.
320 acies, e 1-2, sec 23, tp 54, r 26, from
l.liMI Ul S2.1IHI.
m acres, ne 1-4. sec S3, tp 54, r 26,from
1.H44 to 1.600.
5 acres, w end w 1-2 nw, sec 0, tp51, r
07 from 7Hi to Sl.lXtO.
40 acres, nw ne, sec 12, tp ol, r 27, from
si 06 to ;i-u .
100 acres, ne, sec 10, tp 61, r 27, from
so acres, e 1-2 nw, sec iu, tp ol, r zi,
from Si')2 to SOW.
70 acn s. n end w 1-2 nw, Seo 10, tp31, r
v.. In. 10 !-.',o4 to$7U0.
24 acres, se side nw nw, sec 20, tp 61, V
27, from i3 to7o. M .
loo acres, 11 w, sec 13, tp 62, r 27, from
iwo to 1,100.
10 acres, nw ne, sec 20, tp o2, r 27, from
:t1.-, In ..'rilll.
40 acres, ne nw. sec 26, tp 62, r 27, from
S,il ) to MOO.
Pun sw e. sec W. tp 52, r 27, from $315
28 acres. 11 end se se, sec dO, tp 02, r 27,
Irotn jsinto ir2.ooo.
5 1-4 acies. iiart nw ne, seo 81, tp 52, r
27, from ?1.2ii0 tol,60U.
so acres, w k-2 sw,sec 1, tp o3, r 27,from
S420 Ui . ...
SOacrts. v 1-2 sw, sec l, ip 00, r
front 672 tosaon.
SO ai n s. e 1-2 nw, ec30,tp 53, r 27,froin
$1172 to irsuo.
looncies. nw, sec 7, tp o4, r27, from
$-IO to Sl.UHI.
"2 1-2 acres. 11 end e 1-2 ue, sec 1J, tp ol,
1' 27. l'loui $"07 to 72o.
SO acres. 11 1-2 nw. see 14, tp ol, r 27,
4o acres, sw sw, sec 1. tp 51, r 2s, from
2IU to p"l.
30 acres, e end ne ne, see , IP, 01, r -u,
from silo to mih. .
4s ai res, w end n 1 2 ue, Sec 2, tD 51, r
M ti-mii OlU III 7-'ill.
30 acres, naiid e parts sw ne, sec 2, tp
ol. r 2s, troui Jo.'i 10
so acr.-s, e 1-2 se, sec 2, tp 61, r 3S,fiora
S7-'jIi to 'JuO.
70 acres. 11 end nw, sec 8, tp 61, 128,
r'i-1,111 $:io to $-00.
56 acres, w end s 1 2 nw, sec 3, tp 61, r
2s. from .ti2 to W-jO.
80 acres, e 1-2 sw, sec 3, tp 61. r 28, flum
$7511 to $M.
llo acre.,, e end ne, seo 4, tp 51, r 28,
from 1020 to 1 loo.
80 acres, e 1-2 nw, see 10, tp 61 r 28,
from 5--8 to b'.-O.
40 acres, sw nw, sec 10, tp 61, r28, from
2o4 to 4ml.
40 acres, n 1-2 11 1-2 sw, seo 10, lu 61, r
Ok tYi.m 'i! In -ICO.
00 acres, s end w 1-2 w, sec 10, tp 61, r
2s, from 4.0 tottuu.
SO acres, w 1-2 se, sec 13. tp 51, r 2S,ftom
072 to SW.
55 acres. 11 end e 1-2 se, sec 13, tp 61, r
2s. troui :;47 to 000.
4ii 4S-1U 1 acies. e side se, seo 22, tp 61, (
M. from SIM to 440.
bU a i es. e 1-2 lie, seu 24, tp 61, r 28,from
072 to bUO.
20 nciei, w 1-2 ue ue, m 3d, tp 61, r 23,
Offer such prices a3
12 yd nice white check Muslin... Sl.ooj
13 yds Dress Uinghsms 1.00
12 yds best check Uinghams 1.00
HI yds check Oltigham 1 .00
lfl yds best llalico 1.00
20 yds good Calico 1.00
Nice bleached Table Linen per yd 80
Unbleached Table Linen per vd.. . 40
Turkey red Table Linen per yd... 60
12 yds Linen Crash 1.00
10 yds scrim Curtain et 1.00
12 yds bleached Domestic 1.00
16 yds unbleached Domestic 1.00
20 yd " 1,00
12 yds heavy striped Shirting l.tJO
14 yds Canton Flannel 1.00
Good Jeans per yd IB
Cotton Hatts 10
Nice double width Cashmere 25
colored carpet chain, pr bale 1.10
White, pr bale , 85
16 yds crash 100
Choice new goods are constantly
being added to our stock. We are
ever on the watch for bargains, appre
ciating the fact than where a man can
make a dollar go ttie farthest is where
he will trade ; hence we offer the above
"cures, as we are determined to lead
and not to follow.
from 105 to aw.
80 acres, e 1-2 nw ue, aec 33, tp 51, r 28,
from 105 to 2no.
60 acres, w 1-2 so, sec 9, tp 62, r 28, from
204 to 040.
80 acres, e 1-2 sw, sec 0, tp 52, r 28,from
004 lO U4U.
80 acres, w 1-2 sw, sec 9, tp 52, r 28.
from 072 to 800.
80 acres, e 1-2 ue, sec 9, tp 52, r28, from
604 to l.ouo.
50 acres, w end n 1-2 sw, aec 10, tp 62, r
. iruin olo to oou.
75-100 acres, part se nw, sec 15, tp 62, r
28. from 11 to 100.
40 acres, ne nw, sec 10, tp 62, r 28, from
252 to 820.
40 acres, nw nw, secl6,tp 62, r 28, from
252 to 320.
28 acres, w end sw nw, sec HI, tp 62, r
28, from 170 to 224.
40 acres, se se, sec 10, tp 52, r 28, from
830 to 400.
80 acres, e 1-2 se, aec 23, tp 62. r 28.f rum
402 to 800.
8.5 acres, n and w parts ne nw, sec 24.
tp 62. r 28, from 420 to ono.
80 acres, e 1-2 sw, sec 27, tp 62, r 28.
from 072 to 800.
80 acres, e 1 2 nw, sec 32, tp 52, r 28,
from 504 to 040.
80 acres, w 1-2 nw, sec 32, tp 52, r 28,
from tH w iho.
100 acres, nw 1-4, sec 30, tp 52, r 23,f rom
,Y1 tn J ill.
40 acres, nw se, sec 0, tp 63, r 28, from
420 to 560.
40 acres, nw nw. sec 9. tp 53, r 28, from
128 to aw.
100 acres, se 1-4, sec 21. tp 63, r 28, from
IILI hi 1 12HII.
80 acres, 1-2 nw, sec 1, tp 64, r 28,from
714 to 1,000.
80 acres, s 1-2 sw, sec 3, tp 54, r 28, from
840 to 1,500.
75 acres, n and w parts w 1-2 uw,sec li,
In r OK. from 4211 to ISO.
8 acres, nw cor u 1-2 ne, sec 10, tp 51, r
28, from 30 to loo.
35 acres, s and w parts ne sw, sec 21, tp
64, r 28, from 20 to aou.
40 acres, nw nw, seo 27, tp 54, r 28, from
830 to 400.
80 acres, w 1-2 ne, sec 27, tp ol, r 28,
from 840 to 1,000.
80 acres, n 1-2 ue, sec 28, tp 54, r 28.
38 acres, se ne, aec 30, tp 64, r 28, from
OOacres, Sibley Islands, sees 32 und 38,
tp 61, r 20, trout 284 to 540.
80 acres, s w frac sec 28, tp 61, r 20,from
sin en Mil).
2 acres, ceil part e side se sw, sec 8, tp
52. r 20, from lib lo
36 aores. s end se se, sec 4, tp 62, r 20,
100 acres, lie 1-4, aec 9, tp 52, r 20, from
1.0.S0 to 2.000.
10 acres, part se aw, sec 13, tp o2, r 20,
from 1IM to H0U.
4 acres, n end w side sw ue, sec 0, tp 63,
r 'Si frnm Hi tn 14.
6 acre's, ne cor se nw, sec 6 tp 63, r 20, r
from li to zju.
10 77-100 acres, een part e side w 1-2 nw,
sec 0. tp 63, r zy, irom mo w
80 acres, w 1-2 se, sec 2.1, tp od, r ,
from 626 to 840.
40 acres, se se, sec 28, tp 63, r 20, from
210 to 2M. .
40 acres, se se, aec 30, tp 53, r 20, from
210 to 820. , , .
40 acres, sw. sw nw, sec 10, tp 64, r
20, from 105 to 250.
40 acres, sw se, sec 15, tp o4, r 20, from
626 to 000.
40 acres, se w, sec 15, tp o3, r 20, from
62i to BOO. ,. .
72 acres. end w 1-2 sw, sec lo, tp 54, 1
MJ ..wxm 7 nil in M.M1.
80 acres, w 1 2 nw, sec 80, tp 64, r 20,
from 30 to 800. , .. ,
80 acres, n end nw sw, sec 30, tp 64, r
20, from 2o2 to auu.
100 feet west side of lot 8, raised from
0168 to (260.
Ixit 12. raised from I2n to S10).
South half lots 45, 40, 47 aud 48, raised
Part ot lots cu aud i7, raised from
S1470 to 300.
Part of lot 82 and all of lota 83 aud 81.
rained from 8i30 to louo.
Lot 04. laiscd from S7es to (1000.
Lot 83, raised from 812GO to 1510.
Lot 07. raised from V105J to Kii 0.
Lot 08, raised from 8lo75 to 1800.
Lot 100, raised lrom 9316 to ttOO.
Part of lot a, raised from Sits to 800.
RICUMOXD-SITOTWELL'iJ ADDI I
Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, li, 7, 8, 0. 10, 11,13. 15,
10, 17 auu is, block a, raiuea irouic.i
to I0 each lot.
Lota t and 8, block 4, raised from 621
to 40 each lot.
Lots 3 and 4, block 6, raised from $21
to 10 each lot.
Lot 1. block a. raised from 21 to 40.
Lots 1 and 2, block 7, raised I rum i-'l
to (40 each lot.
Lou 1, 3. 4, 6, 6, 7 and 8, block 8, raised
Irom 21 to eiu eacn loi.
Lots li, 7. 8, 9, 10 and 11, block 9, raised
from $21 to 40 each lot.
Lots li, 7, 8, 8, 10. 11, 12, 13. 14, 17 aud 18
block 10, raised Iioiu H to io each
Lot 3, block 11, raised frotn21 to f 40
Lot 1. block 12. raised from 21 to H0
Lots 6, 7,8. 9. 10, 11 and 12, block 12,
raised from 21 to 40 each lot.
Lois 8 and 4, block 13, raised from $21
to ttu each lot.
Lot 7, block 13, raised from $11 to $10.
Lots 1 and 4. block 14, raised from 21
to $40 eacli lot.
Lot 1, 2, 8 aud 4, block IS, raised fiom
21 to 40 eacn mt.
Lots 1, . 8 and i, block 10, raised from
$21 to 40 each lot.
Lot 3, block 17, raised from $21 to $40
Part of lot 73 and all of lot ea, raised
trow 44 to tuo.
TOWN OF IIALLAHD.
Lola 7,8, 0, 10, U'and 12, raised from
326 to 1000.
Lots 18, 10, iu. 21, 22 aud 23, raised
troiu ii to iou.
TOWX OK KXOXVILLE.
Lot 6 and 7, block 3, raised from $105
Lots a. 4, 4 and 8, block 1, raised from
$12'J0 to UoO.
TOWN OF MILLVILLE,
t half loU, raised Irom $47 to $400,
these? It cost you nothing td
Men's O, A. It. Illue Flannel Hulls,
Men' Illue Flannel Suit.
Men' Jean Pants
Men' all linen front Shirts
Men's Sock a
Men' good drill Drawn s 2o
Men' good Handkerchief.... 5 Jt 10c
Boots and Shoes In l'epper, per lb 15
We.m , , th , ;ce:af. ran d rasi E!Ac;iKoucd"hot --1-00
e will give you the best bargains'
In Clothing, Hats and Furnishing md we want the people to call, exam- Our slock of (Jrocerie 1 always
Goods to be found in Hay county. We ine and compare our good and prices fall and complete, and you will fln
want your trade, and if low prlces.'with any and all competition. We are that we lead In low price in tbi li"
honorable dealing and courteous treat- perfectly willing to abide the result. 'as well as others. Give u a ce
ment will secure it we are sure tojAll we ask Is a chance to show our Hack up your cart and get quarto
get it. goods. worth of matche.
TOWX OF IIAUD1X.
Lots 7, 8 and , block 2, raised .from
ei.jii to scm.
Lois 6 and ii, block .1, raised from $278
Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, R and ii, block 4, raised
from o2., to 70.
Lot .t and 4, block ti, raised from $12(1
Lois 1,2 and 3, block 7, raised from
2oa lo voo.
Lots 20 and 21, block 8, raised from $21
Let 2. block 11, raised from 8523 to
Lots 1 and l, block 1, raised from $7!)
Lot u, block , raised from $2il to 875.
Cast '4 lot 2, all of lots 3 and 4, block
0. raised from 420 00 to Coo 00.
Lots 6 and H, block ii, raised from 816.00
Lot 1, block 7, raised from 21.00 to
Lots 8 and 4, block 8, raised from 030.00
Lots 10, 21 and 23, block 8, raised fiom
03 00 to loOon.
Lots 11,12 and 13, block 9, raised from
BID 00 lO 000 00.
East 4 lot 15. allot lots it! and 17
block 6, O. S., raised from 700.00 to
Lots 4 and 6, block 11, raised from S3.uo
to 16o oo.
Lot (I, block 11, raised from 82 00 to
Nortti lot n, block 11, raised from
2 oo to 75 oo.
North i lot 10, block 11, raised from
21 oo to loooo.
Lot s 8 and 4. block 12, raised from
08.00 to 200 00.
Lots 11. 12 and 13. block 12, raised
from 03 00 to aoo.oo.
Lot l. block 13, raised from 11.00 to
Lots 1 and . block 2, raised from
KIU.UU 10 uzo.uu.
LAWSOX MONTtiOMEUY'S AD
Lot 7, block 1, raised from 63.00 to
Lots 1 and 2. block 1, raised from
315 00 to 500 O0.
Lots 3 and ti, block 8, raised from 03.00
It Is ordered by the Hoard Unit the
following real estate be placed upon
tlio Assessor's book for aud 1887,
auu vaiueu as louows :
40 acres, nw, sw sec 82, twp 52, rng 20,
vaiueu ai i'jb.ou.
40 acres, sw, sw sec 22, twp 52, rng 20,
valued at 33i;.oo.
40 acres, ne, n seo 20, twp 51, rng 27,
valued at 21000.
Part se, se sec 3o, twp 52, rng 27, vai
ueu Hi UU OO,
1 acre, pt e nw sec 13, twp 53, rng 27,
70valued at 800 00.
40 acres, e end 1 nw sec 19, twp 52,
rng Z9, vaiueu hi ooo oo.
acres, se, ne sec 7, twp 61, rng 29,
valued at 030.00.
Lots 1 and 2, block 1, valued at 400 00.
E pt lot 6, n pt lot 6, block 2, valued at
143 feet w side lot 8, and 8 feet pt e
side lot 4, block 7, valued at 000.00.
Tt U nwWuil 1,0 thn llnnrit f nut hn
the following real estate and personal
property be placed upon the Assess
ment books for 1887, viz.:
101x50 feet, se cor ne, nw be valued at
75-100 acre9, pt w qr sec 83, twp 63,
rng su, valued at gou.i u.
7-100 acres, cent, pt s side nw ne seo 10,
iwp oi, rug S7, vaiueu at ao.uu.
3 acres, ne cor aw ne sec 16, twp 61,
rng 27, viiiufo al lojuu.
10 acres, se se frac. sec 1, twp 5), rug
M. valued at 80 00.
20 acres, ne frac. seo 0, twp 60, rng 28,
valued at 2o000.
20 acres, (jn ne sec 83, twp SI, rng
zi, vuiuea hi suuuu.
18 acres, w side sn sw sec 7, twp 53, rng
28, valued at 1( 8.00.
18 acres, ne cor nw sec 8, twp 51, rng
28, valued at leiluo.
1 acre, wsi'lee',' nw seo 23, twp 64,
rng J J, vaiueu ai lu.uu.
TIOX. L it 67, valued at 1000.00,
Lot 11, blo.k 11, be valued at 23 00,
E ist pt lot 8, block 1, for the year 1oj7,
valued at 12AJU0.
West end s side lot 8, block 1, tor the
year 1837, valued at 3J.ua
J. L. McDonald, executor estate of D.
11. lion, I, Lawson, valued at 250U0.no.
David 14. llowman, tw p 33, rug 20,
money, notes, bo u as, &c.,iaised from
1310.10 to 740U.UO.
Uyron O. Mason, twp 63, rng 27, valued
0. It. Mdurs, twp 51, rng 27, valued at
Juhu S. Frazier, t p 63, rug 27, valued
at 1143 oo.
H. C. lluhe, twp 53, rng 27, valued
at zoe-o oo.
T.J. Williams. Henrietta, raised from
iuo oo to wis oo.
Waruer llaer. twp 32, rng 20, raised
irom loo. oo vo loiou.uo.
It is ordered that the llosrd do now
adjourn until Monday morning, April
2oth, 1887, at which time it will meet
as a Lou rt ol Appeals.
Attest: A true copy from the rec-
crus or said Hoard.
4 SEAL W. E. KIN (JO. Clerk.
And ex-Olllclo Unit Of,
live, as you will see if you will
Boots snd Shoe
Men' Button Shoes
Men' Hook Lace Shoes
Men' Congress Shot
Men' Heavy Shoe
Ladle' Uutton Kid Shoes
Ladle' Front Lace Kid Shoe...
We offer to the trade the best lfneofiSalt, per barrel 1.A0
WHEN YOU WANT AXYTHIXO IX
Watchss, hh d Si!::;:::;:-
At Reasonable aud Living Trice, go to
HERSHFIELD, THE JEWELER,
920 Main St. Kansas City, Mo.,
Write for price or goods on approval. We can save yon money oa
anything In our line.
' 920 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo.
SCRUBS AND HORNS MUST CO!
Buy the Hornless, Hardy, Beefy GALLOWAYS from
Importer and Breeder,
jimmjIlvmlle, ii.ii eoF.vrr, itits&ni'iti.
The following 1 the total vote for
school commissioner cast at the recent
election, which was filed in the time
required by law, a some return came
lu too late to be counted.
Mniev Dickev two
K IS. Dames 331
H. M. I'iliclcard 25H
Matt Fluuruov x-21
(i. A. Zimmerman 6ul
The above shows a plurality of 48
for Dickey over Zimmerman. The cer
tificate was issued to Mr. Dickey by
ootinty clerk Hingo on Tuesday last,
and he at once entered upon the dutle
uf the position.
Important I Head and act,
All parties indebted to John W.
ilubbell are hereby requested to call
at the store, or bis residence and settle
10-lf J. W. npBBELL,
Enellsh (Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, S.ift, or Calloused Lumps
slid Hleiulsi.es from horses, llluou
spavin, Curbs,Splints, Sweeney, Stilles,
Sprains. ore and (Swollen Throat,
Coughs, Eto. Have $50 by the useof one
bottle. Warranted by W. W. Mnsb; &
ou, I'ruggisia, Hictiuioud. 47-I7
Eggs lor Hatching.
Warranttd pure, frtsh and true to
name, fifteen varieties L. lltahuia,
D. llrabma. Latins ban. Hull fartridir
aud White Cochin, Mymoutb liock,
W tandottt s, n bite and lltowu I.eir-
hoin, V. E, 11., Fpanish, Ilouduu's
i'l-Kiu Ducks, llroiue. Turkeys: bird'.
for sale this full. J. 11. Suknk, '
3-4t Xorborne. .Vo.
Notice of Special Klection.
A special election will be hold at the
ity uf Hiehuioixl, ou S ttunlav, May
Uli, Itel, lur tii ptirpH or votiug ou
1 pioiiusitiou to isitti bumla to the
amount of twenty. live thousnud
lullnm. bniq txuui to run twuty
bars, at a rute of ttitereut not to exot 1
m.i nuiit t.ur jiiiuihi h.tii.1 .....1.
bo used tor p'riiuueut street t uip rove
men t. '
ily ordtv of the board. -
' Imvh LTtmas, Clerk.
1 want to buy all tbe marketable wool
Itay countv, anu will pay tb. wry
liiiiii'Si maikut price In cash lor the
Mtiue. ilruiK lu your wool aud net tbe
oa.b lur It.
onice at the Wassou House, Itich
The uiuleisiirned will pay tbehiiihest
marsei price in uabu ur an vuv nw
lu nay couuiy,
IJ-llt JOllM W, Ut'DBtiL.
only take time to read.
35 boxes Matche 23
201b. nice 1.0)
23 bar Soap 81
10 lbs. Dried lYaches 1.00
(0 lb. Hominy , 1.00
25 lbi. lieans 1.00
Uood Tea, per lb 60
15 lbs. (Jranulnted Sugar 1.00
10 lbs. Raisin 100
12 lb. Prunes 1.00
You see the smiling counte
nance of this man?
He h one of our cuatemers.
lie secured a Big Bargain
in a nice Suit, and also bought
hia entire outfit of Furnishing
Goods of us.
There are plenty more bar
gains left for you to secure;
therefore do not hesitate, but
come that you may also enjoy
ono of the greatest bless ings
of life a fine Suit for a little
The Killer of Higa Prices.
ST. J. & ST. L B. R.
Now In Effect.
tTntl) fnribcr ebatift, th train WlU&rrif
U1 (lpgrt u followi ;
Vo 1, Nw Yo'k Limited Uuy txeM
sa aiia v " Iu 57 m.
No. 4. Atlantic K. ua p. m.
WfciMf Bo I' NO. r
iso. a rati iiqc uauj uueplfiuerUT tl ft. .
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Mo.ai. rrcltfDttrirusplSnnU7 lllr.n.
Thm r tA bwwn th JantUoa ut V.ts
(Uton hu beD abudontMi until fttrthor orvWa
All th thovtraiuaeturjr pM4ar Ito't.
tfT ad l carry mafc, buwm KiobaiOsai
ftD1 Juticilja only.
St. IrJi ul Imii pm
Ofninit-the vmwllh the miKbtr tleetHc.
lltCliLtj 1 hiiiI nnHldrii nujjntvvJ llrfiu uratt ua
wiiKHr itttstini'r.'i. 1 itvtitg at. Luuu wwluy :
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hivMUkrr MjawiNtf, Hvary ktilh. ftUaior.
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lUy ruuuty. Ho., lu U) Ikh"i aiMl kUl lb
eourl buuto iu tU city M' UlutJuti, lu aai
Ouumjf, coiinuaiu-u.g July 4.
MONEY TO LOAN !
On Improved Farms,
For Loiuj lime.
At Low Hale of Interest.
LiVtLoctt A LAvaxout.
&TRAUBE & SON.
Proprietor Hals Street Beet lark el
W are now furni.hlng the best Boita
ot all kind., sud will make and salt
amore, head-ctuteaa, Ao. la season. We
buy only th. best e animals, bokket
them earvlutly and Sand is cleanly. We
ssk a eouttttuaUoa of the patreuaae el
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