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THURSDAY. MAY 19,1887,
Brunswick bM voted in favor of or
gsnlrlrtf ssscl'yof ths fourth claw.
Ths ooDtltiUontlity of th prttvnt
srstloa of the leg Mature la being called
Tbs state Sunday school convention
of the Christian ohnrcb will assemble
at Moberlj on tlx lath of June.
Mr. Angelbeck a farmer near Con
cordis, lafavtte county, was thrown
from a none and killed last week.
Two men were killed by lightning
lnSt.l-oult last SnodSY. The; were
llernard Ilahn and I'harle Kuff, both
The Chicago, Milwaukee A .St. l'aul
Hallway Co. took out a permit, last
Monday, to build a f .vi.noo depot In
Brumwick it having a survey made
of sand batiks opposite that place and
relocating lota that washed into the
river twenty years ago.
A week or two ago Judge Uill.ol
Kansas City, decided tbat merchant
bad no right to obstruct the sidewalks
with boxes or display of goods.
The ministers of Kansas City will
mike an effort to stop Sunday base
ball playing in tbat city. All tbey have
to do is to enforce tbe state law.
Fotheringham the express messenger
charged with robbing Adams Expri
some months ago, has aued the compa
ny for 1110,0.0 for false Imprisonment.
Another powerful gas well baa been
Struck at Wabash, Indiana. It will I
of Immense benedt to tbat city. Why
can't we arrance to bore for I as In
Tbe odor of spring onions breathing
on tbe rosy lips of beauty may spoil
tbe flavor of a kiss, but tbe man who
waxea bis mustache baa no right to
camplaln about it
Tbe Kansas City Times aays prohi
bition stands no abow in Texas, Per
sons who live there look upon tbe
matter differently and tbe Times need
not be astonished if the amendment it
Tbe Salvation Army la making itself
nuisance in Kansas City, by nighllj
parades, beating on drums, tambou
rines and other demonstrations. Tbt
police have been called on to abate tbt
Marion McDueU, living near this city,
bad quite a snakish adventure last Fri
day. He found a den of rattlesnakes
and gave them battle, succeeding in
killing twelve Urge ones. I'lattaburg
A prominent officer of tbe Knights
vt Iabor tell the New Verk Commer
ciai Advertiser that the Labor party
Willi not probably have a presidential
candidate In tbe field in 18, but Us
members will divide up between tbe
two old parties.
The Carrolllon ltecord haa a very
eulogistic article on If. B. Uittings the
Republican post master at that place
who will probably retire at an early
day. la this tbe same P. M. who had
tbe temerity to "monkey with the buzr
aw" a few yeais ago?
The contest for the circuit Judgeship
I tbe 22nd Judicial district, haa been
decided by tbe supreme court in favor
of Judge Ellison, ilia seat was con
tested by Mr. IJ Iff bee, on the ground
that illegal votes elected Ellison. Tbe
contest was not sustained.
Tbe Warrenaburg Standard wants
the people of tbat town to bore for
natural gas. We suggest that they
begin operations out near tbe old fair
grounds In the neighborhood of B.
Martin Williams' domicile and tbey
will And gas quite clow to tbe surface
Of the earth.
Jay tiould has bought a large strip
of land on tbe confer of Sixth and
Chestnut streets in St. Louis for the
purpose of erecting a six-story build
tag for the Pacific Express Co. When
completed St. Louis will be made
tseadquaitera for tbat company and
their general offices located there.
The bank clearings at Kansas City
rere increased met week W per cent,
ver Us corresponding week of last
year, while (Jmaha increased 103 per
ceat and St. Joseph 107 per cent. The
raging city at the mouth of tbe Kaw
Is evidently not holding a monopoly
on the booming business as tbt abovs
How sad. Theodore Hoosevelt, a
Republican politician of New York, in
recent speech declared tbat be was
tired of the administration of Presi
dent Cleveland. Perhaps Jimmy Blaine
and Johnnie Sherman feel an equal
degree of lassitude on that subject, but
the American people, as a mass, are
not of tbe same way of thinking.
Senator Beagan of Texas, the origi
nator of the interstate commerce bill
takes the position that the commission
have no authority to suspend tbe long
and short haul clause, or any other
clause of the bill. Mr. Reagan is very
probably in error, as Judge Cooley, the
head of the com mission is an eminent
lawyer, and his opinions have more
belt In them than U)ue of the Texas
Tbat little episode, Cspt Shields re
lated in his lecture, about twenty
young men la auti-license Clay county
being seen on the toad, all drunk, and
each ene with a bottle of whiskey in
his pocket, can bsrdly be made effect
ivs as an argument sgaiust license In
iiay, in tact it seems to be more appli
cable to tbe other side, as saloon license
did not enable them to get the whiskey
in Usy county.
In the bberut muddle In Buchauan
county the supreme court sustains the
claims of Joseph Adriano, woo was
else lad by the people last jVovember
but his election was contested by
Carey, bis opponent, on the ground
that Adraino was not a naturalized
citixeo. The circuit eourt sustained
the Cerey oouteat, but the supreme
eourt gives tbe omos to the man elected
by the people.
It would make a wall regulated dog
lausrb to read thesrrsve discussion now
guiug on among tue Demuurauc papers
m to whether Cleveland will be a can
didate tor re-clecuoa. Of course be
will if be thiuks be can get the uoiul
naUou. Washington, linoulo aud
tiiaut, tbe three greatest man in the
liauuti's history, wets ranrtidstes fur
(v-eiecUon. aud the similarity between
tbeta aud t'ievoiaud end rihl there.
Cosm new CapL ia It that masts yau
laugh, aud can you establish tbe fact
l v V " ef wJatsd r
Joe rloberts of the Krarney ( lipnrr
was here one day last week, and in
bis return home wrote the following in
regard to Richmond;
A flying trip on Monday down to the
caplial of ltay revealed a young boom-
let batching in that historic city, it
seems to have caught the contagious
spirit of progress prevailing in grai.d
old Clay and buxom K. ('. Prepara
tions for constructing a puhlic
school building are about complete.
Street curbing, grading, etc, are now
going forward, with a preposition
pending and to be voted upon on the
tlst lust., authoriring an increased ex
penditure of f2J,imo for street Improve
ments, with good prospect of itsadopt
ion. A street car Hue is projected w ilh
flattering cbancrs of success. w
buildings are going up and vacant
houses are scarce. We are glad to note
these evidences of renewed life aul
believe they are the beginning ol a
better era foi that naturally rich and
productive region. There is a charm of
romantic history clustering around the
aitltown of llichmond. evolved through
the lives of her many dtstinguislitd
cilirens, embracing come special!
marked and conspicuous characters, as
well as ssd and memorable event,
which are worthy of resounding a lowu
the condors of lime with a prosperous
future equal to such S'srcmtiuns and
the inherent material wealth of the
surroundings. Why not appreciate
home aud home associations and think
better of one another, for all have some
useful mission to perform in the Hret
Ing drama of lire ? Let her boom '
I'lattaburg Democrat: From a dis
patch in the Kansas City Timet, we
learn that our old friend, Jiui G. An
derson, late editor of the liicbuiuu 1
Democrat, died at Richmond on Tues
day last, of inflammatory rheumatism.
The news was a surprise aud shock to
us, for while we bad heard that he was
suffering with rheumatism, we had no
Intimation that it was likely to prove
fatal. Ten years ago when be was
publishing tbe Clarksville SentiueLtbe
senior editor of this paper was in hii
employ as foreman of the othce. Our re
lations wereef the moat pleasant nature
and a warm friendship existed between
us from tbat day to this. Three rears
ago be bought the Kichmoud Duio
crat and conducted it until within
the last month, when be sold it lo the
former owner, T. U. Bogie, ar.il an
nounced on bla retiring that be was
open to negotiations fur the establish
ment of a paper in some place that was
large enough to support a good dail)
and weekly paper, as be wanted a
larger field to Work in. lie was raised
up to the newspaper business and came
of a family allot wboui were good
newspaper men, and he in particulai
was one of the best country edito.-s in
the slats, lie had extensive acquain
tances among the newspaper fraternity
and the newa of bis death will be sad
news to them. In llflc be was married
to Miss Mollis Uoone of Clarksville,
who is left lo mourn bis loss, but be
leaves no children. To his wife sod
aared mother, we extend our warmest
sympathy in their loss.
Judge Cooley has bad to write auoth
er letter poinliug out the pLuu tui
that the arbitrary acts of the railroads
art causing most of the trade distur
ban ccs which are ascribed to the opera
tion of the interstate commerce law
This time be waives for the nonce the
reserve imposed on itself by tie Com
mission with reference lo interpret
lions of tbe new law, and plainly aays
those put upon it by railroad rate
makers and other opponents of its pro
visions are unwarranted aud manifest'
ly absurd. As railroad earnings dur
ing the first moulb under the new law
and new rates show an average increase
on the principal lines of 17 per cent
over the corresponding month of last
year, the cause of the complaints ia
obvious. The railroads bate strained
their construction of the law in their
own favor and against the public, aud
nave leveled long haul traihc up to the
excessive charges previously made to
way stations. Their temporary co
operation In this policy must sonu yield
to competition, and then it will be seen
that they and not the new law have
produced toe disturbance complained
Prof. D. B. Basey's theory regarding
tbe origin of earthquakes aa developed
in bis lectures on natural gas, is thai
such disturbances are caused by the
great pressure of gaa in its efforts to
secure an outlet ; tbat tbe force be
comes so great that the subterranean
partition walls give way, the concus
sion affects adjacent walls, aud the
seismic shocks are produced, the terri
tory affected and the extent of the
shocks depending upon the power and
volume of the imprisoned tad strug
gling gas. lie compares the interior
of the earth to tbat of a gigantic steam
boiler with an immense pressure and
no safety valve fur the escsps of the
surplus steam, lie says that the gas
is cowing nearer the surface dady as
it finds and forces vent, aud hence its
recent widespread discovery and adap
tation to the purposes of buouis, Ex.
When the Cole county grand jury
meets it can base the pleasure ot In
dict log Stale Auditor Walker, fyr vio
lating the law, by carrying a pistol.
Let there be no favors shown. If the
hoys and rowdies of this land are
broken of the practice of waging a
pistol around with them, it will be b) ,
a strict enforcement of the law. The
Judge In placing s5fleonWlXtr foi
ve offense, should place k aa h')jli at
the Uv Will permit. Let us have a
wholesome sKjupple made of those lu
authority, who do Wl retptct the laws
of tbt laud.
Salisbury Picas: A sharper has betfl
canvassing our county ol Ule for a
scales company in Michigan, aud he
struck Asa (juun a few dare siu e aud
duped him out of SloU, for which be
reusived only a Hi pair of scales, it
seems that Mx. tiuuu agreed to take an
agency lor said scales, and the contract
was so drawn up that he payed out the
sum above named in older to gel out
of the scrape. Tbe world is lull ot
sharpers, aud the aafeat pljtu is to buy
what you need from wen that you
'o man has tbe genius or the brains
to own efc.oju.uoj. The money owns
him. lis is the key to a bale. Yel
these men go on accumulating, it is a
a sort of insanity. 1 magi us a mail a
good intelligent man with g,ooo,uui
coals, tljyuo.uoo or B,uoo,0oo hals, 1,1'JU,
UuO neckties. Then luiogine him
getting up at 4 M o'clock lu the in will
ing aud working haid all day to get
another necktie. IngersuJL
Tuere was recently sold at suction in
fans fur only $it a letter wntteu by
Louis N apideuU lo bis uncle, Joseph
boiaapeule. SOlU alter Um feUausbiug
PrscteOgi el IM County SJais MeHn litis
l'unu.uit to a call for a mass meet
ing the temperance people of Hty
county met at the cunt house In the
city of Richmond, on Saturday, Mny
II, whereupon, on motion, Capt, J. If.
Shutts Mas elerted Chairman, and W.
S. Tompkins and II. A. Evans Secreta
ries of the meeting.
tin motion, the following Vice-Pres
idents were elected :
Camden towimhip Piter (inlle.
Knoxville-Mii. W. P. Withers.
Orrkk-JoJ. W. Dortou.
Kiclitnohd .Iti'ltf C. .1. Hughes
tirupe (irove It. ". Craven.
Crooked liner EM. M. M. Spurlock.
I isliiiiK River Adam llauxer.
Polk-lir. W. C. .lames.
Attrr oig.ini.':itiou, the objects of
tbe uueiiiiir rc fully presented by
I'Hpt. ll.in K. frliu ids, in a short speech
ot half an hour.
On moti'!i ol Judis'e llnttties.a coun
ty Executive Committee was appoint
ed. tonM.tling of tl:ree meinbr rs from
ea, h toa'iiMnp, fur the purpose of de
vising lmaiis tor driving; on the teni
pvr.iiwe work in Kay county, consisting
of the toll iwin ntiied peisuns :
It.cliiu.u.d township- ill. li. W.
Uuclmu.in. Civ. W. Tngg and A. K.
l:k-W. W. Miitih, J.imes Asbiiry
and '. X. I'.llu.er.
Kuniii,e 1). 1 (i.iut. J.is. Tint aud
Camd-n J.is. T. Akeis, T. 3. Couiad
ami P. It-i.
Fislit: g R.ver Tijaon bisk, Jjhn
Summers aud J. 1". pencir.
Ortick- A. J. Itille, Keubeu P.gg
and Z.a Ll. !lU,:i
lr.pe li rove 11 C. Cra en, IV 1'euny
and C. li. Kar.it.atiRli.
On ui ilun ol A. K. lU jb.irn, a c nu-
mittee of live from taili township were
dulyanpo.uU 1 to Uiec;rculale petitions
as provided fur unot-r the Uw lo present
lo the counly couilatlhe June term,
17, as follows:
KichuiMUi township Wimield Mil
ler, J. E. Dunn, J. A Davis, Flunk
Muipby and IKny iiughes.
Pcik TuoaiiS Hart, J. C.Stevenson,
Dr. li. W. James, 1! ibiri M. Miller and
C, P. WiigliL
Kn'jxvi.le John la:t, Juo. Grimes.
Dau D.I J) lor, A.D.Clark and J. X.
Camden Peter Cilie, II. A. Evans,
Dr. II. 11. JoliOjon, Wm. U. King aud
fishing Ri ver'". W. Xe.il, LiuJse)
DiCkey, s. li.ijrin. .los. s. Lai lisle aud
J. K Joiuer.
Orrick J. C. s;kkl M. S. La:'orge,
Prank Sulliujer. 1. J. Ross and M. U
Cr'pd liruve-Jimis I,. Iliad Wm
Bullock. J is. S. Mat:it!na,Juj. A Divie
biss and Alex Milst-Mtl.
P'.fches weie.ni.de by Dr. II. 11.
Boudi-, .1. E Dunn, Mai. V. P. Withers,
J no. C. liroan and J. C. Hughes, all of
whom urged upon the people the Im
portance of active woikiu order to
meet with success.
Oa mjtHin.it wasdeciled that the
chcirruan jd eai-h towns'.up executive
c iiumittee constitute ll.c county exto
utiie committee, under w hise charge
the Temp;r;ince wotkwillbe done in
Oa motion, the te-Asp .ipere of the
county were requtsU-d lo publish the
proceeding of this meeting.
Adj jurued line rf8.
J. H.MIL TTS, liMirmiin.
W. S. ToKlM.IXs, seciet-iries
II. A Evans, j Senet.in.s.
After the a Ijournm'-nt, the cojnty
executive committee met and decided
to adjourn further proceedings until
Monday. May 23, at win li time the
first named cn the executivu committee
from each township wiR meet in Rich
mond for the purpose of perfecting an
g ganizition.so that etU'Ctive wuik can
bi done. Tho members ot this com
mittee are earutstly ttijiieatedtu be
Protection protects the poor una to
tbe extent ot maki.ig hurt p y 114 per
cent. Unit uu the lice he eats. Fur the
bulk silt he uses he psys t0 per cent.
For the cheese he eats he p.ivs 40 per
cent. Fur thfa pi'.Llea aud sauce he
uses he pays 35 per ceut. Foi the mo
lasses he uses Le pays z'J per ceut. Fur
&e sugar he uses he pais ,3 per cent.
And so it gves through the whole list.
Now let us admit liial ly reason of a
high tariff he gels better wagu
though iu fact he does not what good
dues it do htm 1 lie is robbed ou the
other baud uy r-asjn of a high tariff
un all the goods he buys. Wutabigh
tariff puts in one baud it takes out of
the other iu the increased price of com
modities, it '.i like triviug a man a
dollar lui the sake of ch.i.ty a:;d then
charging him gl 2u fur his breakfast.
However it is gralitviug to kuuw thai
public ieutimeut is daily growing
stronger againsl luls evil aud that it
will have to go to the wall. Ex,
A Little of turpentlue thould be
kept in every !ioi.ie, tor Us uses are
numerous. A tew droyt j,i!ukled
where cuckruachts congregate will ex-'
terminate them at once; also ants, red
or biack. Moths Uee Iroin the odor of
it. Besides, it is au f scllsnt applica
tion fur s burn or cut. it will take luk
stains out of muslin, whea added to
soil), ari will help whiteu clothes it
added tu them while Ljilinf. Ex.
England has told Russia plainly
lhai encroachments ou the Afg'liau
fruulier iu Asia toilet tease, jet Ruuii
goes right akiig changing lix !i::es as
it best suits the pulpites of Unit gov
ernment, This may lead to a war, but
we hardly Ihint it will, lor iwu great
nations cau'l alluid lu light ovur a sinn
of country that is aiuiosl inaccessible
to the outside woiid and not ot much
yalue if li lolM be reached.
The voice ''1 li.ziwk, me Li
priuio uuuisi-. is diii'i ttd iu lavur ot
a war Willi l iauce, wlil.u tne old ilun
Emptror Wilneliu is in iavur of peace.
Ill) aaalvrcu.uk t tjaku that the
w ill ut iheLuipeior will control, ad
withuulsome ji:at piovoca'.ion Ihire
will be uo uii-asuiiiiK ol auoids us
tweee France uud Ociwuuy while
One whu ciaimalu knun uritis loan
exchange, ti (oiljtt a: i'i.ico Hie lliuuib
upuu the w ai t, un i priHs it tauul the
bone. Move the wait back and loith
upju llm bone untd ll.e roots become
nutated or suiu, wbt-ii Ihe wait will
uisuppcar. 1 bate, had quite anuuibri
upuu my hands, aud irnvu ol l,d ol
tltcui iu Ihw' Kuovu manic, r.
A shoit tiuio biucc il u$ auouced
thai Jaj tj, Jjlaiue uoald go ubio,
and K-LUtaiu a jear, Ujvlurf un he op
pvcd pcUutUd Lis ptaus W bccuie the
Uepubutuu prcasduiU d i.oUainaUou
liu.it year. bliei'.U ittuLtiy detlop
td by Joiiu Mitim.UJ.JL lo taid, has
vhauged bis plaLS aiUhei.l remain
at byuifl to ivt'k alUt a uuinuiaUon
Corn, lie.it nud other crops luo.
Uriekmuk.ntr ly C. Vrt Is progmw-
ing Rfiraptdly aspoMiblfl. The brick
r)U bsusod tn building a banking
liotiflG for W. II, Ilugtiea, two icliw1
houses ami au ml 'J I lion to Dawson A
Zimmerman's niftmmoth dry goods
and grocery hotise.
O. I. Tatton lias repaiuted bis store
Inside and out and Is prepared to do
business In good shape.
K 1 Forbes is renovating and pnlnt-
Ing his drug store and It Is helping the
Many very neat awnings have been
erected in front of business houses
during the p& et k.
Transfers in real entute were made
la-tt week to the amount of 0 cash
in one dny.
Tlie distrlot conference of the M. K
church south will coraiuence here Mty
i't, and we promise all who attend a
heartv welcome, for the citizens here
are generous, kind and h of pi table, aud
will do tlu ir utmost to make vUitorn
comfoituble during their stuy.
Mr.litmi.il boot and shoe manufac
turer , no a Notary l'ubllc, is master
of his bus ness, and thoroughly posted
iu rtgurd to the transft-r of real estate
and all other husinf-B pertaining to
Notary i'ublic. He is adding a new
front to his store.
T. 1'. Thooipsuu has bought the
property of the late Dr. Neal Smith,
The widow will move to her brothers.
L'ucle Jack True has just bought tbe
corner lut north of the depat, aud if
improving his hotel.
Miss Lucy Military has purchased the
entire interest iu tbe freer property
This looks like Miss Lucy means busi-
Hardin post u 111 ce will be a money
order oilice after July 1, Ipj;.
l-'ieight aud stock to tbe amount of
uiuety-eeveu cars were shipped from
this stution last week.
Copious ratns have fa lieu recent 1)
w hie o h,v giveu vegetatioa of ail kiud
a new growth.
Mock bus been doing well not with
sUudiug the suoctnesi ul graas.
f oru is nearly ail up, uo complaint
from ttio farmers as luo stand is good.
Iiie pile driver unloaded at Lawsou
s-juitf time atLU0 is headed this way ol
the C. M. x t. 1. at work driving pilei
act out. crooaed river at the northern pari
of the Llojtra.
The iicutuu district school had closed
for waut of f uaJs to Coutiuue. Johu
Tarreuce haviog wicldi the rod for
The forest baa ouce more donned its
beautiful greeu garb aud shows forth
iu its maguiiicieut splendor.
Wm. 11. Ailrn has contracted to
furuish about 10 JU feet of piling for
the C. M. & St. 1.
Contractor Good is daily transporting
railroad tools overland from this place
to his contract on the Santa Fe near
A wool buyer was ia our midst last
week but found but little wool as sheep
raising here has become au unprofita
f . M. A Ut. 1. road have recently pur
chased from Alien Arnote 41 acres of
Uud lying belweeu Liibooville and
Kluiira. it is heavily timbered which
will be used for pilii g purposes.
The attachment suit brought by J.
A. Lang ford agaiuat two railroaders
by tli name of h'uuk and Nelson came
off at Lawsou, Monday 11, on a cbriuge
ot venue from Ltsbonville which re
sulted in a verdict for the plaintiff.
h.iltd fay s faM,
Lexington ltegisttr: The It-gisUr,
ou Tuesday evening, learned from Mr.
Cnto Walkeuhorttt, of Concordia, par
ticulars of a causally which occurred
near that place n tiunday morning, re
suiting iu the death of Mr. Zach Tay
lor, a prominent and well-to-do farmer
aged about sixty years. Mr. Taylor
was aesUting two uegroea io perform
ing a surgical operation ou a calf at bis
farm. The animal gave a sudden kick
its keels striking tbe band lu which
Mr. Taylor held a sharp knife, driving
the blade forcibly into Mr. Taylor's
breast, he belug iu a stooping position,
iu tbe neighborhood of the heart Mr.
Taylor was huriiedly conveyed to bis
home, oulya short distance away but
died soon after, aud within an hour
after, and within an hour from the time
the wound was InllicUxJ. lie is pretty
we'l known over the county, aud was
highly respected in thecommuaity In
which he lived. He leaves a wife aud
Mr. Tauguovr c;ct iu our oilice
Monday aud reported that be had mat
a family of husbaud, wife and four
children iu tbe Viciuity of liogard who
were movinj; with a band cart. He
learned from them tbai a rew yers ago
they were well tixed in Illinois, but con
cluded to move to Kansas to still better
theii' fortune. The result of the change
was, and is, tbat tue Luau ami w Ifo vilh
four children are now making their wav
back to their old borne, pushing a hand
cart containing ail their earthly posaei
sions, entirely destutue of means, aud
wholly dependent upon the charities of
the people for the food tht-y eat on the
wjy. I ha reverdesof fortune had near
ly craved tbe pxtr voijinii. aud the
dceue Has pitiful in tbe extreme. iJow
many make the niibtake of not letting
we:l enougu a:oue ?
Dr. Jones' Ued Clover 'lumc not a
stimulant but a nerve foud, restoring
nerve force lost by sickutiis or excessive
mental woik "r the Use of lionoi
opium, morphiue or tob&oo. It tupplks
tiMMl for nerve tiaues aud by its gentle
opuiative action removes all restraint
from the st crelive uigaud, hence, cur
ing all disease oi Hou;ach and liver
.Smith A. rat ton, Hichuioud , will supply
tbe genuine Hed Clover Tonic at 5u cU
ue Mill taku in wool as herotufore
aud seud the same to V alkius lirvt
for tuid.ng or spinning.
(Vrfai. ,f. H, Hakaciieu X Jij;u.
i i- .
1 be waters ol liiad liiver aie liter
ally idled Willi salmon of all sues but
ll.u larger number being, small ones.
he vanetyul it.U coiupjiatively
new in this section. If we mistake
not, a few neie placed lu Grand Uivvr
by diiectiou of the government during
Davlu Uea's lime as cung,n.dUi4o for
ttie oia liti.tu district which tbu in
eluded Utntry county. Lx.
A little fuur-car-o!d iui,"w York
created a ripple by remaiking in the
.undy-chool clasa; "Our dog's dead
1 11 bet the angels was scared w hen
they saw him coming up the walk
He 9 awful cross to strangers."
In a littln rhuri hvfittl down the Kn-
quvlmuna Vnlley U humble tnits
vtone in"riilK'i with the imme f n
woi-thy witmnii and thm Inrripiinn in
opn'.lvely ina'Tiirnle Kngli-h: Hie
luiie what he nmld.
A N'bra-ka fltv imehelnv de -bin's
that the girl down then- nee onniiii
tO gl't IliatTHHl tlmt n mnn "?o h"im ly
tltitt the iVfliMiitHi if lu fiteo will tteiu
a new niilk pan" en get a ilnti-n .i!rrt
in a.duy wi(bmt asking.
The fimt whnluw-glfi.t ever Tii:n1 in
thin rountrv whs nmnufaetuntl at
IMtlburg, Ta., in 1 Ynm (lint
dnte Ut the present riitbiir h.u Iwen
the aektum ledeti renter f tin- rl;i-
uiuking industry in the I nil id Sh.ttit,
A noel irt'if pntiH'tive dut is 1m
liig nitvie:itei in Kiiizl.nnl. niel it is
ntntiti t hat it m:iy -i-.mIiI Ih aii-H'ted.
It i piiiHiMil tn intMi-e a t:i i( .'.'i n
Vi-tir iitHi nil fun iiiers wm Vitir in
Kl,(i!;jul. It is -tiin:lteil ttint the tax
Would yield llllt aJi..'HI,iM0 n year,
nml would fall principally iim ier
matis. The fifjlititij: nAvt of the Yr!M li
anny is at the leiilmir i"i"i. and i
kept there by the lea-h-v-. w he tiii-1
that it makes ibo iiini w iilitii wirki-
and .htH'rfnl ltenn-rs of lianl-liip-. If
tl.e war that nerm eoniim: lou!l Ui
averted, there Im! mune timid red
of thoiiainU of the ni'-t di-a'H.im.-d
thii-tlers after glory that the world ha
ever kin" ii.
A de-uehdput of Tirwiih ut Miniro
writes to the Wahiiml'-n d n iuii
tht) MillNhel staieti) ut that M'ur
Iteeame t en helmed w ith ih-'-t and
ll to New Yol k to e-.i ape eivditoit,
mid linallv died in poverty. He -.y
tlint hi dt-tiiiiii-lied Bin e-..ir left a
larp- ii.. r..r,iiiiie:vd e-late. in Loiidoiiu
eoiiety. Viiirinin. mid m iiuial propriy
WortU $4o,Uo0, as reeitnl.- fhw.
Tho sheintTs of Kio.'land are tafceu
fmtu gentlemen residinj; in a county
who nt ruppo-el to tn' l it ll. 'i be
selection in nrbitmry laltliouh it
sometime! happi-tm tliat some nealtiiv
snob who hat jii-L wtt lt-l in a county
iinnoiimvii hi- ivadiius t h i'm ) and
the cpene. which aserai: about
6ini, is somctiiite.s a heavy tax ii.n tl.e
unlm ky gciitlemcu who are pushed in
to the honor.
K. K. Larkin, of Allmny. N. V.. has
in hi- poises-ion the salwr carried by
fob K. WimmI at the time he wa-t killed
in the liattle of Koit Kne. at Lundy's
La n J, iu the war of L.itkin.
who is a nephew of ('!. Wood, will
prvM'iit the ialH-r to tl.e ft ale bureau
of military record. A U-atitifnl and
ftiibstaiitial niotiutueiit ti tiie momory
of Col. Woo I has Wen erei-h-d at Wet
Point, and is one of tiie objects of iu.
terest to ils-itor at that plm.e.
Corn ! the source of m arly all the
March manufactured in tiie In i ted
Mates. Iu other countries l.niudiv
starch is made from potatoes, w ln-at,
licv, and ulher materials. In Maine
tarch in made from )mIuIih t "ine
extent. !Stme of the eirn-taivh fae.
lories in the 1'nitwl Mates aiv the
largest in the world. iod miu1 rorn
produce iilwiit 40 per cent pure staivh:
oceafionally it ppwluces tweiity-iivu
pouuds to tue bushel.
Tho tftrinfr of M-arls wt.rn nl tho
oera in INew lurk by Mi. illiam
K. nnderbilt at tracts more atreiit.'ou
than the iner and ballet. It con
sitU of lUti Oriental x-ai l. tvt in a
golden chain, which ltelout d to tli-j
iiipiu KiieiiKr, an. I whi. h h re
cently purchased for IHo.ih.ni. It was
worn tty Mrs. anderbilt iutiks the top
of her head, thenee down the bm-k of
her eoifltire to her neck, which it en
circled, with euough left to huug down
OU bet bqou.
The annual retwirt of the -tali-tics of
tiie hula-tries of IVnn- li auia : ,
under the head of lumivr aud its pro.
ilucts, tbat there are employed thereiu
VS.o person, whii-e. averaffe weekly
wage are f1.y' eat li. 1 here are 3o;(
tanneries, with over 5.tU enitoves,
to whom are paid -',017,827 iu wacs.
Of street pa-st.-iitfer railways there are
report I 44, w ith i.HJH emidfves,
wboie yearly wa2 aiajreaoi raeh.
riiilailelphia contributes ltj of these
Young Mr. Fair. on of Senator Fair
of Nevada, can boast of tiie nio.-t
K;uU(j di;ii;I; on reeirl when he tried
to nhoot evltepiVM-utative I'are of
California la-eaiise the latter refused to
t..kt! a drink with him. Yrjimjr F:
had Imtii proniisi'd a cool I.W.i.oinj if
he would go for n year without drink,
in;, mill i,sl ,jri !l 'p seven tnuntlis
of the allotted time, but the teitiptaliou
to go on a tear that would co.t a round
million was to glittering for his little
iuiikI, ami be lell.
'Iho tiwus lieople noiu-eciate tho
value of their natural Sct-nt-rv In nt-
tra'tiii thu foreigner. A ehort tiuu
ao it was aniioiiiicetl that niuuufact
prers were making arran-; iiu iit.s to
construct a tuijiu tltuu, by ii.r.u,; (.f
which they hoptsl to ubsidi.e the
Hhiue to a degree of fifteen iliou.tiiiid
horse-power for the service of their
factories. Tho pivcriimcnt of the
placu iiuutdiately fo! bailo the hi lh'iiie
on the plea of Watitv and bu-iues
and another, though smaller, iiugura
tuslnuan K. Davi, the new Senator
from aiiiii.tvila, K HU'd a "ine-
dium-ftiwsl. solidly-built man, wb
roundness of Inwly und limb indicates
that be live well. A bund like a w
Utnu i and 1 yoie m,ft uud pleasant in
coiuuioii coll vet sat l-li uh't tfsotiaiil
with ringing richness wln-u in public
lijech." 'ihe gmwi elVevt of tills plt iu-r-
in picture is much marred, howover
by lUv a'L.i.i' n;;I information that ha
bears a sti iklni: lesemM nice in Hen iut
lei, lacking only tbu il looping eyelid.
bit-ilv is Ut -hlct eoui'iu ul iiinitn
ill tlmt country the tnc w culm :iul
iu pliiiitiiti'iii., soil when ulut ciylit
'"'If n to JHlil. Line nu
iii h and :i li:UJ loiia ' ma'lu lu the
bark, cultini; tlinmli tn the wuotl.
due cut ia mailt- tliuh . Ik 'iniiiii m ar
the Intuitu of the trunk., m itli t ai li uc-
ctM-tlli.4 ci.t a!,-1"' nn iin'll ulitive the
tullliti- one. Ihe lliick, Vlil.-lik'.
Juiee exutli- frtim the cuts uuil hnnlt n
on the bark into white t.iins.' Hake,
which hell haul enough me lcnioel
mi't ilrii' silt further befure they are
pttcktHl ir eoiuiuercu. H ciiitfliatf,
mainly of s form of sucar culled
niaiulc, aiitt haa mild li-xalivo proNi
The steel car is .the latest tbii In
railroad Improvement. It will be light
er aud stronger tbuu the wooden i uei.
It will be heated by a furnace placed
under it, aud It Is believed It wlilaiiord
s complete and satisfactory solution
uf the car-beating question. It Is also
stated that the shspe of the car will be
cylindrical and U.tt the platforms will
be compressible to lesson the rut of
The entertainment given al the opera
houte last uight by the Junior college
was largely attended, and the program
rendered was quits Interesting. We
regret ILat sickness prevented us al-
teli'li'ij. 1 he young ladies aud geiille
meu participating iu the (.'ttrclotn un
to be congratulated on the progress
thry have made during the pust.
lion. Juo. y. Morton houie from
Jcllerson City to spend a day or two
while the committees are preparing
woilc for tlie legislature. He says he
can form uo Idea a. to what the out
come of the session will be, as it ll Im
possible now to iugdga whether that
uujy can sgtte u iiuuouu uiu,
1'amits who He awake nights worry
ing about their daughter's best young
men til I Interested m this kind sug
gestion which we llnd in an exchange:
"An Ingenious contrivance connects
the pat tor clock with a M( lod KlessOur
Home" motto on tho wall. The ma
chine Is set so that at 11 o'clock the
motto unfolds and this legend Rppenrs:
"(las out and dog unchained at five
mtnuWs past eleven. Hood night."
At the same time a lever connected
with the clock pounds vigorously re
peatedly on a golnp,
A STARTLING TACT.
It U not commonly known thai s forge
pro'tortiun of the rlietimalimn nml neii
tah extnnt Is trnrenld directly to th
ib-eamsi o aid i I ion or imperf ect action of
the kidneys sud liver, iliereh-rea rvmwy
which cum tlie mulling disease must
have fiMind snd smitten the first cause.
Many )rnns Doing Athltihoros for
riuuiuntiiu and neiimhria Lave tieen
urorisel to find thnt chronic disorder of
th Iiv't and kiunrvM nave also iwn
ni-atiy relit vd and they have written
nr nu' expbnwlion. The fact i that the :
reimsW acta diiwlly on (hte orgnns,
(baie.uiK Ihem from all Irritating sub-
f4.iiHH-?t and rvvulatin the'r action, Ttiketi i
in conn?ction with Aihlohonia Tills thia 1
i, it i I hunt excrpiinn, the most vnlnnhlo
ki.lui v snd liver remedy in the world, and
will ure a lanre preportiuu of tho-aj who
have these diseases.
bar b F. (bitlin, Stimrt, Iowa, says:
" 1 hwvc not had on ache or pain of rlieti
uiMii in -incc I iii the Atldnphomn, whi h
is n-'W over a year niro. t'nr three niontlta
my (ore was ciisMsl, not Ix inn able to at
tind to my bu-inesi at nil. My. joints
w. re swollen nnd there did not seem to be
anv part of nv Uxly that diil not ache.
After fcufT. rinit' in this wy until the pain
was bnet4 Iwvond endurnnce, I went to
the Colfax Sprinins to try theellis tsof tho
water. The day I left home I had lo he
rtirre-d d.nvn stairs. After ItUmilihitT at
the Spring a nx-nih I came Jwn-k, lieinir
ikiiii-i iK 'ti r. After Wing home a few wei:k
wt kt I h:id a n-)ne. It woe al this time
lint Ira rmil nf Athlophonw. I lent for
a Ixittloof it nml in fit'twn minute! after 1
had taken the tirttt dow I telt itn elli-cts, and
vrh n 1 had finHhed the thlhl bottle 1 wna
Wvll. I have not had any rheumatism since.
Kvcry dntiwUl should keep Athlophoros
and Athlophonw PilU, but where they can
not lie boat-lit of thu driigiiint the Athlo
ph r. to., 113 Wall tSt., New York, will
end either carriatre paid) cn receipt of
rex-liar price, which is f 1.(0 per bottle
for Athl-'phorofl anil fjOc. for Pills."
for Mvcr nM kidney dW-mx. nvrcni,l. tn
diM'tn, wiftkiios, iiiTViHii urlilllty, eiMiiec
l-l WUUIl-n. CiiMhli!l. h-H(lrlch, till JUT
Ltlou-1, .c. Alhloi-ftonnj Itlls arc uuetiuajt-tl. ll
CROER OF PUBL CATION.
VfaTK fiK MlssnLUI. i .
Cuun' ui Kay, ( In Ui Circuit
L'otirt. Jinn lenit. l"-7
In t any 1 1 rum Court iu vacAliutt Weilnci-
Uncjfu, .-ai Ke X CalHornfu Umiway Com-
l4ny i I'jMit, pim;in; onr-.n iiuiuy ana b,
u. Hurl j tiir buljiiil tlvK-aaauU
iw a' Ilim ilav ci'Hi'i tlie 'ftiutiff huein by
us a.toi..' .. , uti'i DCs ii) M-uiiitu am iRTii,
ti'crfitif mi.u' k oilir iluiiKa thtl defeiHUnta,
"aiaU c iitnt aril S O llanlv, Irt liuabunil.
kit; ii'iu-tfai .ei.ta ul' ihv a site of Ul-aullll HLi
.:jiiii jt lit !ui:i'uurnHl m Una uriiout
iu it tiiM-ii it ! onli-rt 0 liy the clerk In
txraliun dial ilf IrlnlniUB lis iiolllU'il by )i
iii.'4iiu til tt 'aimiU bad cominc ie'tl u i
.liiliDi tUtiuoilii aculiit IhcwLiject uuikei
t i.t turc el wbicb In lu obiaiu uu uruei ol
in a .,urt UL'l'oiutiffl coiiiiiiiaaioin in urtitir
luu-M'ba l.v ilutl.litli.-! w hub the isbuvu niillleJ
I iteu- a-ilo iuy militia aLt a ju t coiniujimtv
iuu wuii u uu'V in ieniiiea ia notiiH;iii net
1 IU- ceiabUihiueut, trvoli n nml uiaiuiaiii-
aineitl ea. l mi i una ovti ibe iuIiowujsT ilt-a-
. r-Ut-.i lei ij.-.tutfj ail ale in tuc ciut.y ol Hto
anU -)tte ui i aa -uii, lo-wil; a atnp ui I Ed
July lri ui wnt u uu a a il'lli c.jait r nur
n ii v r-moal or Hie Cbicaifo, Wrtmu He cail
lon.i.i laUwm (.jiui.aiiY ot lo. aa JotuiUtl Ui
-jiiHii l ttiruusili Uta nu.'lbifvilturU'r Ol tbv
-rftuiiiwejti ijuwiitr oi bccuou ivei, lowoaniy
ui i) -oat, isUiKt: iwuuij-wira,
Aii'l i tut un!w lue kanl dcrvmUnt Sa'ah
C Ui o an I a. ii. Uaiily utr liubaiiU
b aixl appear l lbi Cjurt at tlia next
n.i.b li.vrt.ol, 1j btkUti aul liublea al U.m court
iuui- iu Hit Cil ul Hi:liiuiil, id eutdcuuuly
tu ibt l b iai ul' Julu ugxi. and uo ui be-
luit. it.t-M iU) ui wuin let in, aiiaMeror iivud lo
o.c I't.iu.jij in taul cuupv, iuu tuiue mih ue
(uWtn cuuivaoea uiiti Juiifjibviit tvudeit-ij au-
Ana o t luitluT OKtercd Unit u copy hi'reor
ul- laiu.iuii.a ii iuu iiciimm .u hat,
MiW n uiiti UMiuU i ii-1 uullabta au -orutlig tu
iUH IU (.H l.UWI.il Uny cuuulj . Jsllaouuri, autl
.lua I'atisl' 1st Uui.LIUUtftl
Wiiut.-.- iuy uaua aa iei, ana
i-i Uiv vul io out .-a d touri.
IJuii.' sioUiu in ItiutnuuaU, in Mid
OUUUly kiius iMih UJ ul Hay., A. if. lijrf.
II w JNU. U. IsKLKN, Utrk.
Order ol Salt lor School Fund.
11 . I'oiiuty, tu use ol Cuuuly I iaiT.i
.xbuut Iritutu, (
I. It. Wnht, MMrtiuliHl und i
I, V. . hu.i.'K iind Joiiu . fJeleudisula
LJ) virtue ui .iu uiticr to nie sasuiil Iruin tlie
D -IUc ui tilt: Cicrk ul llH:t utility Cuui'lol K-tj
i unlv. in Uil- iiu'nc enm.L-ilnnivj. InwiiU b Ua
L-uuiO to u-ve ui .-H lnml t uuil la I'luiiiHH, aim
l.. ii. W imtii . urmriurtl, Hint .1. W . Kfiiicn tuiu
Juiai . Miui lucK hw ui llics, dctchtiaiit.i,
ihv. ju.ii ibo ui .l.iy. l-i i.iiinl Hutu h n.tiiniabk-
u i;ii'l enmity ( uuil uiuler lia uruer IbcuMur,
Miit-ii:ii'Uti, i, Jubti c". Jiuriif), abonu miu, iu
jUtUiri.t io iaiu uiutr, atii, uu
MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1887,
Im imi it the boiitsol iiinuu'cluck lu tliefurenooti
.u.ii i,ir u. im in tin' ainTbUijii oiKuiuday.ui
.be auuiu lruul nwi ui iiicwjun uouie, iu uit-
i. at ui ivKiiiuuuu, auribi( Hie mluuk ui ibe i;ir
i i.ii t mill, ul Hit June itiiit llicitul,
-mu in ti.mu, lo l in- bifcUt-st bniUvi-, nil tbe iitjiil
in. ci.tiiu uud tstiiU- ul Mid L. li. ruiiit ami
i. h. Mliit, tits Mile, J. W, Hvulck uud Jubti
nuiitl'K'k, in and lo tbti lullowiuit duisusitied real
csUU', tu-wit : 1 Uu cieil lliill ot lii Hutilliweiit
'lu.uiur uutt iiurt oix ttiul iwcuiyuitc biiintrcdib
n-s i. it ul tin tint tlau ul lb wcsl ball ul It
-iuiiHt-i tiiutrui . ail in ncciK'ii ibirlttii. luwu
lllU Ulk-1'U, rllt,1 lWUlil-lCII. CUllluilllUK in
Aii uu: uuiiUrt-a tUiu sixul'u tui ivM'tu)-iMuuue-.,.,i...r,
.ith hiTi . Iuu urouurtv ul uid L. 11.
iriKttl. tiud uIIilt dKlt-iiiliuila. levtfd ujhjii nuii
H uj iuu tu aaiiaij iic .tiu uivit aim cusik.
ilin siiic ul lb Mil rtauecU be tobdutlcd c-
JOHN C. ItlOUHIH,
bbeliil 1U uuuuiy, Mu.
li v vtrnu.' ul a niieelttl cxvcutloii tu me directed
jiu imucU liuik i be cli-i K a o'lictt ul ,bu circuit
court, ul buj Luuiiiy, MlMUUi l. U;ilcd ulii u.i ul
AiniL bi lavuf oi ibt- slale ul Mlsauuri,
ex ici Jdta-i A. nuil.tXiiccior uf llie rceiiue,
at U.t tUllIU), pillillU mid aallul M. L.
tails, acIw'luUut, 1 Will on
MUNUAY, JUNE 6, 1887.
al the rtoutb irum duor ul Ibu couit Iuium) lu tin
in ul lin biiwiid, ui He' I'uiiiity ul K.ty iiiid nUtu-
ui al)otiii, bi inui ii i ne liutiia ul uiue u clm k in
Li..- lolt'lim'll lalid lic u ClUt.K lu l Hi' ulieiii
i.ild ii-i), uud Uiil'lliK Uu' actitfiaii ol lliv circuit
ouurt ul ly cuuu ) . aiianuuri, ciim' to aulu, ul
i,uIj. to ttin itiMi. lur cuxli ui bauj, nil tbu ruUl
Otic isinl HiU'ieil ul siiid dulciiilaul IU Ilu.- lullow
Uii; Utaci iucu real cnlaW, aitluilcU IU Ibu UUuUl)
oi K-tt stoic ul Aiiasouri, Ut-wlL:
Hit vcl slUcui lUw uiilUMtl itutrlerof the
llunbMUal MUssiUC uiA.UuUi, UlAuisiiU ttliU
JUIIN I'. MOKKItt,
hiu'l ill Kay (MMiuly, Mo.
CJllEltU l B SALE.
Hy virtu, ot a mn-'ciat v
kt.-cull.iii lu nit directed
I litMiro iiu.ii
rl ol IUO ctulily,
1st a ul.KU Ul lll9 tlU'WI
MUrl, tlttlt-tl aUill U.t ul
rol Him ii4o ui aiunuun,
v in, t tult t'U'f ul IUU ruteuiif
, (fiai:tiiii. itutl anuiuitl I'ttUj
l()u, 1 Will uu 1
i.ruoe ol ai, utit:nu
1UNE 6, 1887,
.it Uv sou
h trout UHir ul Hi1 coin t huii.-e In tlit
i,.,. l. in Hit- cuuiUl ul K ly ami UU
il ili un. lK-lct-ii l lie liutuui miK- uriot-k IU
h. i.r. uo.ji auil live u in llio ulleruw.u ul
tii.t il,kj.au'l Uurii-hll" riuuul liia rin-u.t
iiirt ul il..- cmuui, flliuuii,vJkHn? tu Mli., at
iitil.liv ut- ii". e.li iu Ii-Ufl, ail tlie riylil.
UU- uit luifi -.iul saitl aulfinlaiil in ll ie liiiiww
ilr' ili -iCl I Irt'd ri'sUeUlv, biuiuttU lu llitj cuumj
il Uuv. uiiti H..U; l Miswiuii. iii;
II.b Vast uuil ut ll.u wmiiu-aai.hiHiler fjl tin-
rat.a iiimm i Molt Ills
jq. biiti ill iuy uuuuiy, Mu.
jlltltll-K b b.VLK.
ia! cti'i-ii(ii)ii lu nu' diri-cted
f i i. ik i u':i-v tn i ehuil
..ml ln- 'I iriii tlie '
I 'K.ll ul U.l UKUll). M
am:, I--., iii i...ui -
vx iri Jain; A lavi,
,11111 l, liatttil a?t(ll u. ul
I 111' nLllU Ol jllM"iirl,
(illt.-utut- ul I lie i:fiiir
I lt:ty U'UUl.
tittit, aud aH"Ui aivl
SSiailuia, di-lt-ndaiil, 1 M'U oil
MONDAY, JUNE 6. 1887,
,i tii xiiii inmi Uuor ol tin' i-ouit Imiue In the
, ..i i i. 1. 1. .i.., i iii ti,ti riMiuH ul Kciy
ul u iyW II U UK ll-tUlu Ul I11US- U I iwk 111
Uie lui. li.uli und Ii.ku t lm-fc. Ul the nitfinooo ol
id !.. uiidd.ii in Un ai.'U ui liiot.
.unit ui ll.i) otui.iy. Mi-auurl, exuufjv l
iMibni ilU' H'-ll. I'T Cl.'tU hi ltai.it. nil Hi'- i
,, ,.i . ,,(. ,! ui caul n ittLiitl til me Ii
liik- Ui- m d ii'-U i -t.kle, iiu.li'd IU Uit) CoUUt)
. ...... .r.. ..t Mi,-jHiiI. lo-wit:
lli'i iioiiiH'.s.l Uai lluual MuaiUi ul Kttluu 1,
Ium iibUi m aud raiiat'
.11 til N C MUltlttM.
btiuiu u cuuuty. uo.
ll) iltlt" ut A 'l I.U
Jul I.. ,l. t ll. Hi tilt 1
Dun v dm dm li U
u'.ii.t- ur Ilf ci
oiirt ul I
ll- t.un, d.Hid --"Ut d.i ui
1 ii. I.I.-T ui Utt; m.iti' ui aif'.
, i.in. , a. ij-ii. i uli.-il"i olliie !.'
:n, M , iiutiiiiii, siim smimv wuuu
lltliilil, I i.u ua
MUSuAY, JUNt 6, 1887
at tlie itilli tfinl door oi tlie cuitil Iioum- In the
. iiv t.i Ki. iii.cii'l. in tJ.f ii'tMi-.y oi io ti.o
1 Mti.oyi' u. li ll.r lioui . ul uii.u u cliHk III
liii. l'.r UL-iii .lu 1 I.' u i-J"i i lit I lie ill Ml in hid ul
..iitt.1.. ui ul tin ma I Itw wi'ii' 'O oi I.
.... il ul li
.:!), il-i&''iil. i"se lu aj e, at
ulr i'fU Ih U.(im, ull lite likltl,
i..il,!i: .Ilu Hull, ulr
ill.. .....I 11.1.-1..1 ul .iSil ilrlt-ll'UMl 111 II,
U i iles. ll.Kti r .ii i"Uiv. iloau U lu iuu voubiy
ul llii) and al-U 'tl M'oun,lo-lt:
'ilie uall.eal tu..fu-r ol thu iiuiUmtol nUiirU
.1 l Jl. twW "jt;T!tHI.
Scrofula of Lungs
f m now 4A vem old. and Jikt nlTered for
Uie uwl flttefti year with ft limn trouble. Hev
eral nieinleni of tlie family un my
mot iter's Bidooi themmae ni aiert wun eou-
imnl on. and tbw rtftora wrf all asrrffMl In
their opl n Ion that ! bad the con sum 't ion also.
l iihu Hi l tlie uiiiresiiiiB nynipioini ui iiiiu ir
lb1 dltestio. I have nwnt UioiiMiiidl Of dollHrt
to arreat the march of this dtMiiiae: 1 have em
ioyd allot Uie usual method., nut only In my
imn rann, but ui Hi treat infill nt other n'iiileni
ul my liuiilly, but leinixirary relief was all that 1
. ued. 1 was mil t lor anv manual labor lor
sevi'ral yean. Hy c bail re 1 came Into
nn'-i.tinti of a pftmpnift on "Jtiooa ana bkio
iHt'iuM-a .' fntm Iht irtltoe ol Hwlft's Hpeelffo Co..
AtlantjL. lla. A friend recommended the use of
Hwlll'i Kiecirtr, ciaunlna that be him wit had
ifwii Krviai'y ufiieiuieu iij iw uw in eoum mi
Iroulifes. 1 resolved to try It. About four yean
I eonimenrpd to take 8. H. H. according to direc
tions. 1 found ll an Invigorating Umlo, and have
iikiI atMiiit fitly not Mm. J lin reaulta are most
n'liiarkable. My eouidi haa left me, my streiiKtb
liui returned, and I welh sUty pounds niore
than lever did In my hie. It liaa Inmn three
yean since 1 atojijied the use of the medicine,
hut I hrve had no return of tht dlswaae. ana
there are no pains or weakness frit in my Iuj)k.
do the hardest a nd of mecliau cal work, and
fel as well as 1 ever (elt slnue I was a boy. Tlieae
know are woiulerful statenicnts to make, but I
am honest when 1 say that 1 own my enlslauce
and health to-day lo Mwllt's Hnoclflo, It Is the
only medicine that bmiiKht nie any pfrmaneiit
relief. 1 do uot say that nwlft's Hpecinc will do
this In every case, but most pistlvely affirm that
n-ant lo tl.e duty I owe to auRerlnft humani
ty if I failed to bear this cheerful testimony to
the menu of Ibis wonderful medicine. I am
11 known In tbe cut of Mnntiromerv. and can
ruler tu some ul the bust clUieua in tbe city.
1. si. UOa.T.
Montgomery, Ala., June IB, isas.
Hwtft'sHiectne Is entirely vegetable, and seems
i cure cancers by lurcliia out the luiDurltlea
from the blood.
iruailst. ou itlood and Hktn Disease mailed
tub owikt nrKuiritj co
Drawer a, AUanla, Ua.
N. V., 167 W. ttd 8L 91-
Wednesday, May 18.
THK I'l.AV COUNTY SIIOKT-UORX Breed-
era will aell
HHl If MH4IBTHOMH CATTLE
about Forty Kxtra Bulls and Twenty Ileffen.
Tnese Include Uie imi polar Families of tbe day,
altrlflily brett and hi liiiecoiidltiou. Hulls from
12 to an inonllm old of the Keulck Rose of Mliar
on und Voiiiik Mary families. All will be sold
si nil: lit at ttic blKbest bidder. Buyen desiring
ttuie will be given six months, ou ft approved
note hi -tu er ceut. interest.
riKordie-ie of weather as shelter will be
provided, t'aiaiottuea can be bad alter Hay lal
uy auyiieaouu j
JAM. 8. MAJOR. Hec'y,
COK 1,. 8. Ml" IB, Kuwuy, Mbsourt.
NINTH ANNUAL ttALB OK
100 SHORTHORN OATTLE
Tho breeders of Clinton county will hold their
niuth annual sale of shurtboni cattle at
Wednestlaj m Ttmrsdar Me 1 anl 2-
0 cwa mI 1 1 el fere m1 so Bulls.
From popular ami standard families will be of
fered, hevi-rnl of the bulls are good enough In
every way bt head bents. It wib be a cboKe lot
ol both bulls ane heifrri, Hale liosUtvely retcard-ie-i
oi we:iilier as tbe iter will he uruviued, aud
vill i-unnueueeat une o'clin'k, sharp.
TKKMS Cash, or a luuutiis credit at 10 per
cent Interest with approved note.
All iiiorniuK trams will arrive lu time for sale.
t'HtalouKCH wilitaj ready by atay i6,audwiUue
aeul ou appltraltou to
11. U. Uuuuati. 1'res't. Osborne, Mo,
U. F. Winn, Hoc rv. Kdgertou, Uu,
1. H. tlaker, V.'rea.Uraysou. Ho.
J. W. Juhusoh, A. Hec, I'laUabura. Mu.
Fred O .Seal. Fvrlu. Mo.
Col. L. P. Mnfr, Auctioneer.
tVW. F. lavl will sell some cnoice tbur
uusjiibred berknbm piK" uauli day ol tbe aule.
J. O, BONSACK,
(liucceator to fetiiot A DulluaM
Brscksls, Mlrrgrs, Window Csralcts.
Alsu luil Hue ul Arums' MuurUls suit Dm
1010 Main HI., KANBA8 CITY, UO.
Dr. F. C, HOYT,
S!iU rnaets tunes,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
UtittiHM!. ol Ul. Kow, Tlirost sn4 Luukb s
C. A. l'eurson, Notary I'ublic, R. &
L. Juuctiou, willatUjua to nil business
eutruslul to him witti care and prompt
uts. Cliaices reasonable. il-U.
WHKUHAM. William (.ordau Jr., by bta
vurtuin iivtti ul tiUKt, tiateu the vnili
Uiiy ut July, 1bh5, anil recurtleU lu the re-uor(W-r
utiK-e ul iuyouuntv, MtiKurt, lu dml
tMxili M M imgu lit, cuuVyea U) johu K
Murtoli, Iruirtce, all l he nubt, title, luterest aud
enUte lu ana tu Uiu fulluwiiig real eauilt; MtusUe
iu tlie couuiy ul Kay, auU late ul MImouti,
AU ul lot 17 and 18 In block 11 ; In tbe town oi
Henrietta. Hi wUileliortw tliule ntunit I Uaudt)
liiKti: uiiv w)nte niarti hi uie ttuout I UandsliiKU.
IJOlb Uuuwu aa inuitM 1 Uili uiiy ImjukIiI ul M. C.
JuL-uiia. AUu uuetwoliuine waguu, oue act ol
Win cti said conveyance was made tn trust to
aeuure Uie iwyinent Ol a certain prunitBsory note
in aalllei-j iifsvriUeU; H"U tttii-reaa, aaiu uuic
uaa iH-wtnt; due aud In uiiaiu, and alit-nuu itie
mid trustee It utneul fruiu Uie cuunty aud cauuut
act in tlia freiiiiiM-ti, now, UierMure, lu tM-tttr-uHiice
with ilitj ruiBluu ol aaid dt-ed ul iruM,
mid al lliu niUf t ut tlie legal uttldcr ul said note
i willaa - liriiil ul hay county, MlftMMirt, uruceed
lu eU Uie above dmTlued rWl twtate aud ir
suual rupury at tiie auuiii truut uuor
ol tlie court liuitise lu the city ul
Klcliiuoiiil, tu tlie county of Kay, tLate ol Mlafwai
rt, tu iue liltflieat bidder , luruiili.at pubucauo
Uuu.uu FRIDAY, MAY SO, 1887.
IMwuen the huun ol nlue o'cUk-b Intbelore
nuuu aud five u clock In l lie ailemuun of tbat
day. to sal il y aaid utile, louellier illi Use rwu
and eauouae ul nistcumm tlui trust.
bUcfUl IUy UHUitj, Mo,
EXUCUTUU'H NUTH'E. Notice li bereby
uivcu llial ibe uudurKluued aaeuuLur ul
itiat Mill aud luauaineui ol
JUUN W, UCKTUN,
Ueceiat'd, haa bevn ttrautvU tetieni by tlie fudge
ol tliu uruttAle court ul liar uuuuiv. Im-j ii.u
date Noveuiiser IJ, Imu.
au iiium-ii uauut eiaima anaiaat aa id estate
tuu n-tOired lo evbtnii Uicui lur iluwtuiue.
a illilu one year Irmu date ul aaio lelter, or Uiey
may be pnicluUed iruiuliavlnitauy beuetU ol s-iid
oU(e and il nucii claim are uoi itreseuioit mtii-
iu iwu yuan uiey uai ue lore ver barred.
ll- OAIAIaUSi X. aMlUiH.IUcCUir.
I.-ISAL HKTTl.fcMKNT KUTICV Nutlee u
J llClcUy aleUtuall lMllLuns aiul uliinra ii..
w;iul;d iu lue elle uf
2JlUUA4 LIN VILLI!,
IKceused, that tbe uuderaiuued admin t4imjis
ol ttiiid c)lUi, luleuda tu inakn fiiutl wUlfiuvnt
llicroui at Uiu itoat term ul tbe 1'rubale uuurt ul
iUy coo my, Uu., to be beuu and liuld at ttie
uuurl buuMi lu tbe city m U"(iiuuuU, ut aud
ouLUily,uuuuueueiu .luiy 6. luT,
St, Louis asi E::::: il;
0uiiik Uie aficvnu wtti thd nilxblf elect rt
I!k1iU1 and fo'fdi-i-ii iinniveJ litlil arall pt4V
M-imiT h'tuner. I aiuj( ot. Luui wwki) :
hicmiter lrolMla tiin. (j. Kellll, Mulrr,
toietmiuer Hiwiuiuar, Henry Keltti. liaaur.
t tr laiAluuiu, KaitMi 1'ily aud all way umi1-
IIIM' JKAhlAB m OAHM.
ttt'uerai AsiohU, . LUUla. 0,
W (i hlNil. Ai(eul,
STIIOPE & CO.
Moa w. HtU t Maam tiij,
bav e to cluee out m ar
ami ilu.) k nuanllt-M ol ool tuillljuiuait
Ul, 11?. We lilt- nvt-rvUieklMl, aud you cau uH
a l ut ur Vrsaa al Sail urlu. bv nifu.
vl uf wrllnui lor cibI.jum tha vrlduA
r8, . . .jv.i; - gtT
Made or?ly for 7 f
ljE PR I CI EVERY WHE P T CffiG
Bound Bosom Shirts
CROWN COLLARS AND CUFFS
Possess superior merits to any other
J. C. Brown Mercantile Company.
LEADING RETAILEU3 OF
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
JSst T. L.:SHA.WS
Best Hook and
Turrit hand niado
Team Harness re
Your trade is wanted. Call
Manufacturing Retailers of
Clothing. Furnishing Goods,
HATS AND CAPS.
High. Prices Must Go!
We are bound to blow hierh nrices
out of existence.
it with fire-crackers we will do it
with dynamite. We make our
own goods and save on profit;. this
we give to tho customer. We buy
nothing of middlemen. We aro
constantly studying how well wo
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 eroods to
be misrepresented. All of this wo
guarantee, ana any one who buys
goods of us. if thev are not satisfied
can return them
get their money back. We guar
antee satisfaction in all cases,
" Ht?e Hetan ipaai
make. Try them. For silo by
Big Stock of
Goods always on
hand, and for tale
Men's Fine Suits, $1 to $.10
Youths' do . 4 to 28
Boys' do 3 to 20
Children's do 1 to 12
Men's Trousers 1.C0 to 8
Boys' do 50o to G
Children's do 60c to 4
Men V Jeans l'ants 50c to 2
Boys' do 50c to 1.C0
Flannel Shirts f I to $3
Wrappers & Drawers 25e to 3
Men's and Boys Hoso 5c to 1
Fino Shirts G0c to 2
Overalls 40c lot'oc
And everything else at tho
If wo cannot do
and exchange or