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M. TA1T, Ami,
Weather Prediction lor June-
June will bring roach hear? strange
phenomena. TheMune nine" Hoods,
will cuine, nnd not (rom "snow In the
mountains." The Earth will be highly
electrllled lightning display! grand,
continuous and startling. Hard
storms, with heavy down-pour, repeat
ed In 12 or 23 hour cycles (or days In
succession. Destructive hall la very
many places cold Xhe whole month
lilted with disturbing causes liable; to
bring storms. The periods o( special
danger are 1st: (rom the 6th to the
12th. lost half especially. 2nd: (rom
the 17th to 24th. Order of phenomena
first, warm wave" traveling eastward
next, storms; last; lower temperature
and changed wind currents (air
weather will not last after June storms,
uuless wind currents hold strong and
cool (rom the west and north.
Of Cuinden Temperance Council to be
held at church June 18, 187.
Musio l'rayer Scripture Lesson.
Address 1L A. Evans.
Select Heading Mrs. Mosby,
Remarks W. U. King.
Dialogue CalUe DeMastert and
Kemarks i'eter Ualle.
Closing Remarks Dr. II. B. Johnson.
BuclilM's ArMlea Salve,
The beat salve in the world (or cats,
bruises, sores, ulcurs, salt rhoum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and skin eruptions; and positively
cures plies, or no pay required. It hi
guaranteed to give poMect saOslactlon,
or money refunded. Frio 18 oents per
box. Sold by J. D. Taylor. S3-y
Summer Millinery and
Miss Lou Ford wishes to an
nounce to her patrons, and the public
generally, that she now hit on exhibi
tion an elegant stock of
Embracing everything that will please
"V the most fastidious taste. The line of
new l'arasolsls especially worthy of
Inspection. They come iu all shades
aud range In price to lit every pocket
book. The entire stock of Millinery
has beeu marked down low.
Call at the new photograph gallery
and be convinced that you will get
superior work at reasonable prices.
C. t LaUhanok,
Itch, Prairie mango, and scratches of
every kiud cured iu 3U minutes by
Woodford's Sanitary Lotion. Use no
other. 'J'liia never fails. Warranted
by W. W. Mosby & Son, Druggists,
AN LEC ANT TURNOUT.
Our Aim Advancement
We make special rates on Thursdays
(or ladies calling, a party of two or
throe can eDjoy the best city accom
modations at one fourth rate. Meet
us half way and we will come the
17-tf Whither Livebt Co.
The undersigned will pay the highest
market price in uasu for all the Wool
In Kay county.
12-Ht John W. Hubbell.
Give us a trial. We will do your
work cheap and guarantee satisfaction.
Is. ltiuoELL. Buos.
The old reliable Studebaker is the
Ugliest running, strongest aud best
wagon made. 11. J . M enekee.
The Improved Champion Light Steel
Binder has no equal. U. J. MgyEFEK.
Hotice to Teachers.
ltegular examinations of applicants
(or teachers oertiflcute will be held In
liicbmoud on the fourth Saturday In
The new Uuckeye Mower, front outt
the most aurauie inactune made.
i!2- Jackson, Fatton & Hauser,
" The lhiHrtiuKe of liuhlyltiK tlie blond can
not lo overepduimit'd, tor will? jut fuie blood
you cannot eiity goou health.
At tliie euiiMin iRurly every ono needs a
good nu-dleHie to purify, viulixe, mid eurlcb
Uio blood, aud wo k you to try Hood's
Das i 1 1 1 3 Bar&iparlllA. H atreliKlbens
reCUIIal mi lmllj, np u,o eriteru,
crratr au appctlt1, ami uno the dtgceilon,
wliile It r;ulkalii dliw-OM. Tun peculiar
vombliwtlon, tirooorilou, aud preporatloo
of tlio vi'ijtuble remtdii'a uhhI glvs la
Ilool )jiiri.i.jiMto iwiil- If calf
lar curallvo power, tin ' v lldCJI
otber uii Ulrluobastuii-h a record of wonderful
cures. 11 you liavo uiade up your mlud tv
buy Hood' riai-auiwllla do not bo Induced Ui
UKo aiy oUKr UibU-ad. U 1 a focullar
sli-dk'iriA, ni.d t worthy your ronfiduuco.
Hood' tiar.aliurllU I sold by all drugtflKta.
ficiwred by U. I Uuud 4t Co., Luwell, lltu,
, 100 Posot One Dollar
The (lower Locomotive should secure
the services of a printer.
Sweet potato slips In great quantities,
very low prices at J. K. Hall's, sr.
Workmen are putting In curbing on
College street. Just east of this oillce.
AU kinds of carpet weaving done on
short notice at J.K. Hall's sr. 24 8
Fletcher Urubam has Qrod his brick
kiln at the gum spring olid if he has
any luck will soon have biick on the
The big Iron bridges scattered over
Ray county should be thoroughly
painted with cold tar. It will be money
Tim peculiar purifying and building
up powers o( Hood's Satsuparilla mike
It the very best medicine to tuke at
The farmers from the country tills
week all make the name report. The
crops never looked better and prospects
are all that could be desired.
There was no preaching at the Meth
odist church last Sunday as Hev. Shores
the pastor was absent ni tending a con
ference at Fayette Iu this stale.
The Pickering llrothers repaired the
break In the Ilatnacber mill boiler In a
substantial manner, showing that they
are excellent workmen. It is fortunate
for Itichmond that we have such care
ful and ellicieut workmen In our
The Dkmo:iiat Is prepared to do
the very best lob work ut the lowest
prices. With excellent presses and
plenty of new style type, we keep
always at the bead of the procession.
If yon want neat work leave your
Olgglnsville 1'ost: Fred lliennccke
has taken a position In the oUice of the
Itichmond Democrat this week. Fred
is an honest, industrious young man.
and deserves a large measure of suc
cess. We hope the Dksiocuat will
take good care of him.
Our old time friend L. R. llrown the
fonnder of the Moberly Monitor and
various other papers la Missouri, Is
now the principal writer on the Her
ald at Greenville, Texas, and he makes
tt scintillate as only the genius ol
Brown can. He is a daisy.
The Turkish entertainment given by
Mr. liogopian of Constantinople, cn
Tuesday night was reasonably well at
tended considering that It had rained
all the evening. Those present were
well entertained as there is real merit
in what the gentleman presents to the
The useless formality of printing
'Mr." in front of a mau's name has to
a large exteut been omitted in this
ofllce, (or two reasons, one of which Is
that every man is known to be entilled
to the appellation, aud the other is that
it frequently runs all the cap. ' It's"
out of the box, when they are needed
for other matter.
A team of Emanuel Chew, an old
colored man, who lives In the east part
of the city and who is so deaf that a
man is compelled to own a speaking
trumpet before be can collect a bill
from bim, ran off on Main street last
Monday, but they had not gone fat
before they stopped and leaned up
against a (armor's wagon to rest. No
The sale of lands (or taxes by the
sheriff turns out poorly in mom than
half the cases for the printer, as tht
lands do not sell (or euuugh to pay tx
penses and of course the printer must
lose his work. One piece of Uud ad
vertised in the Deuociiat for this
court, it was cunlldeutly slated by a
gentleman present at the sale to be lu
On the afternoon of Saturday, June
11, a monster Balloon, larger thau any
ever previously made will ascend from
Sportsman's Park, in St. Louis. This
colloesal craft Is sent up by the Xew
Xork World and St. Louts 1'ost Dis
patch, In the interest of news aud sci
entific observation. This is gigantic
enterprise worthy of the great papers
that projected it.
Tht Bichmond School Board held a
meeting last Friday, In the circuit
court room of the court bouse and ad
journed without letting tho windows
down on the north side. The result
was that the rain rushed In and great
ly damaged the Probate Judge aud
County Clerk's office. Judge Banister
bad just had his oillce nicely papered.
and the paper is nearly ruined.
Hamacher's Mill came to sudden
stand still on Thursday last by spring
ing a leak in the connection between
a lower attachment and the main boil
er on the west side. The steam is
furnished by two large boilers, aud
these were connected at the north end
by a boiler attachment Into which the
water was pumped. The scalding
water rushed forward into the engine
room, but fortunately Charley Spencer,
the engineer, happened to be outside
at the time or he would have been
seriously burned. Workmen at once
commenced making repairs and the
defect was remedies so that the mill
started again on Monday.
On the fourth page of this paper will
be found a boys conversation with his
mother on the use of tobacco, which u
not only Interesting, but teaches a
lesson on temperauco that many an
earnest oppoueut of the use of intoxi
cating liquors had perhaps not thought
of, That tobacco aud spirits are both
stimulant there cau be no question,
ana that both have the same eilect ou
the human system will hardly admit
of a doubt, theouly Uilfereuce being
one is milder thuu the other, or in
other words one Intoxicates, the other
does not. Neither are necessary to the
health and bappluess of mankind, yet
the habit of using either, alter being
once acquired and followed to middle
ge, requires more nerve aud fortitude
to break otf from, than Is poarrased by
Some substitute should be use d by
the people for coffee, as the high piices
are largely the result of speculator's
work, aud until the people geue.al'y
quit uslug it and thereby cut oit the
demand there will be but little reduc
tion in prices. Tho present high price
is not the result of a short crop as
many suppose, but Is the work of spec
ulator's, who have put up the price to
enrich themselves at the expense of
the consumers. Try tea, or Baker's
cocoa, which is a most excellent and
stimulating drink vou cau gtt it ut
llice's Store, and If you make it rnuuh
weaker thuu the directious, it will be
better llavured. We know thut people
get to be collee topers, aud like the
whisky toper, tbluk they cuu't do with
out it, but excellent substitutes can be
found, aud the people geuerally should
take an Interest lu this mutter, as mil
lions are being made by speculating
sharks at the expense of the users ol
this article, willed s so cotuuiuu with
Third shipment for
this season just re
ceived. Ingrains. Su
pers Extra Supers
Tapestries and Body
Brussells. If you
want a pretty now
carpet come and see
the last invoice, just
to hand in tho big
carpet room at
m. r. Mcdonald
One Fare for Round Trips.
On Friday's and Sunday's tickets will
lie sold at one faro for the round trips
to any point on the St. Louis & St Joe
It. It. limited to use on day of sale only
a t( M. T ait. Agent.
Tho new lilt bar Wood mower Is not
equalled In this or any other market.
ill tf Powell A Sons.
liuv the front cat Uuckeye Machine
aim always oe sale.
JACKSON, J'ATTON OX 11AVSER,
Eight to Seven.
Not exactly the same In number as
the famous Ilayes Electoral Commis
sion but evidently actuated by the
same spirit The above refers to the
action of the Richmond School board
in selecting a party to makethe school
enumeration for this year. Bids were
before the board for the work ai fol
John W. Tlubbell 820.00
Harry Davis 2150
vv.o. snroyer sz.oo
By all rules of justice and fair deal'
ing John Hubbell beingthe lowest bid'
der should have had the job, but one
of the members, we learn, proposed
that the selection be made by ballot, a
very unusual proceeding, but the sug
gestion was adopted and Harry Davis
received four ballots and of course got
the job. Now if there Is any claim
set up that Mr. Hubbell is not thor
oughly competent to do the work we
have not heard it, aud the only ground
it could have been to Harry Davis on,
was personal favoritism. This is all
right with men who are handling their
own money but they have no just right
to use public funds to reward personal
favorites. We give the facts, the pub
lic con judge for themselves,
The Champion Ball Joint Mower
will cut where all others fail.
Farm For Sals si s Bargain.
I iOffer for sale 183 67-100 acres of
laud lying In section 80, township 62,
range 2i, at f 12.50 per acre, half cabh
the other halt in one, two, or throe
yearly payments, with interest (rom
Jate, secured by a mortgage on the
laud. One half of said land has One
and tie timber on it; the other
half is prairie, partly improved, but
the improvements have somewhat
gouodown. Never failing stock water
and as good out range for cattle and
hogs as can be found In Kay county, at
Una time. Near both Hardin and Lex-
ngton Junction with two railroads.
it is a baigalu. Apply to
D. B. Bowman,
2 linos Morton, Kay Co., Mo.
Cuwgill Chief: 11. W. CoHiuan ol
Kay County, called on the Chief Wed
nesday. He has sold his farm in Kay
county and contemplates engaging lu
business in Cowgtil. There is room (or
Buy the front cut Buckeye Machine
aud always be safe.
;- JACKSON, I'ATTON S 11ALSK1C
Met Monday, June 6, 1B87, present all
the judges, clerk and sheriff.
Commissioner ordered to advertise
and take bids for new bridge near
residence of Josiah Berry near Morton.
Same order iu reference to bridge
near late residence of Argyle Boggess,
Commissioner ordered to view and
estimate cost of repairing bridge near
Austin Kallis', across Wakanda creek.
Same order iu reference to bridge
near Sam K. Newbam's.
Same order iu reference to bridge
near residence of Judge Cramer,
Kepott of completion of piers and
apptoachei of bridge across crooked
river near residence of Judge Flour-
Petition of Sam Uedrlck (or new
road, proof made of change being In
good traveling coudition ordered open.
L. A. Heudrix superintendant of
county poor house aud farm makes
inquest on the body of Sarah Lank-
ford reported and cost of same allow
Koad overseers bonds filed aud ap
proved us fololws
No. T. K.
IS M Brouglitou I 51 20
blljah Dement y 01
Chriatiuu KraUer t ci
L F Buwmau 3 63
JuoAPeliee 1 6t
Jus U Couch 8 64 27
Ulia t blade 1 CO "
Michael Learuiau I 61 "
H illiam Uoids 2 61 "
Diukersou Mums 6 5s "
Joseph Henry 2 U "
It 11 Kinder u
sol Alspaugh 1 64
JuoU vauueuuer 2 61
J no W Campbell U 61
K 11 Miller 3 M
l u Ainsou i ut 2H
.vil aiuuimk 1 b3
J110 C luruugu 2 62
11 K baudetsuu g "
Joe Hammer. , 4
ii 11 Carey 6
W S Diutuu S "
V P Keyes 7
(!eo Yoakum 1 53
W K All.er'.sou 2 '
l.luo lloone 8 "
Humuliul Harris 4 "
Kli look 1 63
.InoMDuvis 8 "
II It Crenshaw 4 64
It U Bute 1 61 29
Heut.eit Alleu 1 61 "
.1 II Craven 1 62
Fred Amlrtw i 63
T ,1 lluldwin 8 62 "
J II Tarwater
Juu II Cox 1 . 63
VY J Tllua 1 " "
J M Hunk. lis 3 " "
1) J Alleu 8 64
Commissioner report of completion
of bridge across Piuither creek approv.
ed aud ordered paid for.
Comiuissiouor oideved to view and
estimate cost of new bridge near resi
dence of Mike Wheeler.
, W. A. Hulraan, Collector made
quarterly report which tin tiled aud
A BURGLAR ABROAD.
Ho Was Exceedinol. Oronk. Now do It
Is iall lor Stealing Another Man's Coal,
He snld his name was Harry Ray
mond, and no one disputed the state
ment. He was cigar maker and
handled the leaf with neatness and
dispatch (or Lon Williams. Ho was
not a red ribbon disciple or he would
not havo been dead drunk on Monday
night, when he appeared at the Boyd
house, where he hsa been a regular
boarder. About 10 o'clock that night
the boys laid him gently ou his couch
but the whisky he absorbed was not of
the gentle kind, so he could not remain
still, but fell of the bed and keptrull
ing until the wall stopped him. Later
in the night he got up and threw his
shoes, coat and vest out the window,
These articles (otind a resting place in
the rear of the premise occupied by
MIrs liaber, which Is surrounded by a
high fence, and were inaccessible from
the outside. This mistake caused Kay-
mand to lose bis raiment entirely, and
he set to work to repair the damage.
He attempted to get at the watch and
clothing of Judge Wollard, who was
sleeping in an adjoining room, but
failing in this, he went to auother room
and took about 66 from a stranger
sleeping there, lie then went across
the square to Bohanon's saloon, where
he gained an entrance and took John's
coat, watch and a bottle of Monarch
whisky. The grocery store of E. Spear,
in the same vicinity was also burglar
ized, but nothing has been missed. In
llaymoud's clothing that he lost were
4 dollars, whlcb feil Into tho hands of
the ofllcers. Tuesday John Bohanon
and others made a diligent search for
the thief and were rewarded by finding
bim late in the eveuing In the hay loft
at the residence of Judge Hughes In
the south part of the city. He had
consumed all the whisky aud probably
if he bad not been caught would have
made another" raid. The goods stolen
will hardly amount to grand larceny
but he is good for the penitentiary
on the burglary charge.
The following marrlaa-e licenses have
been Issued since our last report:
LdwardCruz, I t, ,
Allle Freemau, Rar couaty-
PAR0S0LS FOR tYtllYllODY.
Miss Lou Ford wants the public to
know that she has the finest line of
parasols, all grades ever opened in the
o'.ty. Call and see for yourself. 23-tf
The adjuslible Pitman aud Pitman
Box used only on the Buckeye.
22- Jackson, Patton & Haiseb.
Money to Loan
At 8 per cent, (or three or five years on
real estate as security.
- JW. Black.
The new Buckeye Mower, (rout cut
the most durable machine made.
22- Jackson, Patton & Uauskk.
A (ull line of the Osborne Harvest
ing machluery at the Bichmond Foun
dery. 23 2m W. & 11. 1'icKEiiiNO.
Buckeye Binder the wonder of the
world with canvass rollers, all have
iron shafts their entire length giving
great strength aud durability to same.
tail and examine,
22- Jackson, Pattojj & IIal-seil
For Sals at I Bargain
Farm Bpring wagon. Apply to J. O.
Brown Mercantile Co. &j-3t
Buckeye Biuder the wonder of the
world with canvass rollers, all have
Iron shafts their entire length, giving
great strength and durability to same
Call and examine.
ii2- Jackson, Patton & IIavsku.
The Uichmoud School Bourd met on
Friday last aud selected a portion of
the teachers for Klchmond college tor
the ensuing year and again ou Tues
day aud completed the lmt which uow
stands as follows:
L. T. Kirke, Principal.
J. L. Duun, Protessor of Languages.
Motile ituduiuu, luteruuuiaio us.
Mrs. Dannie J, Smith, Intermediate
Annie Black, Lucy Shotwell, Maggie
Holtuau, Fauuie Bernard. Mrs. liojuir
Spurluck, Sarah Powell, Ailie Jacobs,
miss baiue Clark, Prof, of Music,
boi MuUee, Janitor,
O. W. Baldwin, Principal.
Beltie Christopher, Assutant.
The above are excellent selections
and we feel satisfied the Kichmond
Publlo Schools will be prosperous for
the ooinln g year.
From W. D. Alder who Is farmlnir
exteuslvely upon Crooked Klver, we
learn thut be is the owner of two re
markably prolllic cows. A vear on
last spring two of his cows each gave
Dirtn to neiier calves. This spring
these heifer calves at the ageo( in
months gave birth to calves, and the
cows named gave birth to calves uiakin'
the progeny of each cow in 10 mouths
and la the general wouuur of thut
Thn new trnii hHHiru uu l A
deuce of Judge Flouruoy, has beeu
completed aud is a most elegant struc
ture ana received the approvul ut the
Over the Counti-i.
We bear everv man w,imin .....i
child say that Itichmond Is the town
where to buv Goods chean. it ,....
be beat by auy other town, but the
most attractive putce iu Kichmond is
THE OltlENTAL UA.iAH
or the 5 aud 10 cents store, where No
tions. Tinware. Cilasswaro. .l 1 1, ........
ware are bouzbt at from an ... m
cent, less thau in any other store In
auy oiuer store lu northwest Missouri
Thiuk how much UJ0I16T Villi iiiviiil lnoi
year by patrouizlug this store aud go
auu qo iiaewise mis year. m
Wnen Bebr w irk, gare her Tutor),
Wnen ehe we Child, the eried fur Caalorla,
Whe ike hewae Hue, she duns, to Ceatoria,
When eke bed Children, eoe sere Uuun Ceetoria,
A Callow j Bull
for sale very cheap; luipoited ltccord-
ed, and a good breeder, his calves can
be seen, Address E, K. ltyuu Mill-
vllle Mo. 22 3t
Tho adjustiblo Pitman and Pitman
Box used ouly on the Buckeye.
22- Jackson, Patton & Ualbek,
The Wood light steel wheel binder Is
the graudest achievement of the age,
l-U Powell & Soks,
The Osborne is the ouly all sted
fiame Biuder In the market, told by
ti' W. U, I'lcjttwaa,
A. S. Alexander, of St Louis, li In
Capt. Dan K. Shields and lady are
In the city to day.
Jno. YV. Asbury of Lawson was In
the city on Monday,
J, M. Iteardon adds bit name to our
Wellington list this week.
Jno. C. Vaughn of Kichmond was
grunted a pension last week.
We add the name T. L. Stewart to
our Junction list this week.
S. II. Pugb of Kussellvllle has our
thanks for renewal this week.
Recorder Milstead returned (rom the
Southwest on Tuesday night
L. L. D. Llufett, of this vicinity, bas
our thanks (or renewal last week.
John Hamilton, Sr, of Crab Orchard.
adds his name to our list this week.
Mrs. Moilie Ewing of Kansas City Is
spending a few days Mrs. M.J. Creel
of this city.
Mrs. T. D. Bogle has gone to Carth
age, Missouri, on a ylait to friends.
She Is expected home to day.
Jas. Hughes, perhaps the oldest citi
zen of Kay county, that Is longest in
the county renewed last week.
Judge Sandusky had a chill last Sun
day and some doubted whether he
would get here on Monday, but be did
all the same.
YV. J. Koach of Hardin was In the
city on Monday limping around with a
sprained ankle, caused by stepping on
a treacherous board. ,
Capt. Jo limes is busily engaged in
making the assessment (or ls7. He
is thoroughly ellicient and will make a
very close assessmeut this time.
Mrs. Jas. U. Anderson, with her
mother Mrs, YV. P. Boone, will leaye
In a (ew days for Clarksvllle, Missouri,
where she will make her future borne.
Dr. J. It. Todd left yesterday (or
California, taking with him Mrs. Mary
auuersoD, mother ol the late Jim U.
Anderson, she will make that her
Our old Kentucky friend YVm. A.
Ogg, dropped in Tuesday to see bow
we managed things. He reports that
the rain last Friday, did great damage
to the crops about Albany.
Our much esteemed friend Kev. C.
Crimes, was in the city this week shak
ing bands with friends. He is now
stationed at Chlliicotbe, (or which
place he left this morning.
Kev. Clarke, one of the editors of the
Baptist Flag lu St Louis, was in the
city on Sunday last aud preached two
Interesting discourses at the Baptist
church. He is working in the interest
of his paper.
C j1. C. U. Mansur, congressman (rom
the 2nd district, came up last Friday
to visit his relations in tho east part of
this county. He returned on Tuesday.
He is in excellent health and looking
Uncle YVyatt Cravens was la last
Monday and reports several small
bridges washed out on the St Cloud
Sprlugs road. Men were at work re
pairing the same and they art doubt
less all right by this time.
Prof. Jas Black resigned his position
on the faculty of the State University,
at Columbia lost week.and the resigna
tion was accepted by the board. He is
a thorough teacher and the Board will
find it exceedingly difficult to fill the
position. We have not learned the
plans the Prof, has marked out (or the
Judge C. J. Hughes returned on
Monday night (rom Denver, Colorado,
where had been on a visit to his son
and a brother that he had not seen (or
many years. He reports a very pleas
ant trip. Says Denver is growing
right along aud Is decidedly the city of
the west. He bas our thanks (or a
Bills For Broken Rock.
Sealed bids will be received at hit
ollice In Kichmond up to Junel5lhat
li o clock M. fur teu thousand cublo
yards of broken rock (or macadam.
Dimeusions of said rock to be such
that they will pass through a three
iucb ring. Said rock to be delivered
on auy street, ordered by the commis
sioner. Kigbt to reject any and all
oius reserved. Lot' is Littxan.
From my (arm ou Sunday, June Stb. 25
miles uurtheast of Richmond, in Car mil
county. Oue dark bay horse, i
high, little sway back, about 8 years
old, also a black horse it hands hish a
years old. Any information leading to
uie recovery or saia norses wul be
A. L. Newi'out,
Mulct Strayed or Stolon.
From our pasture near Richmond, e.
mules, ouea mure.nearlv black, a
old, IS hands II luches high; the other a
light bay mare, Is hands high, S years
old, ears and tails trimmed. Any In
formation ol these mules will be thank
fully received by
Yyasson & Baiu, '
U-it Kichmond, Mo.
The Juno term of the Kuv cnunt
circuit cuurt Convened on Monday last
Judge Sandusky, presiding, Jno. it
Green, clerk, Juo. C. Morris, Sheriff,
uuck Miner, deputy aud J, . Ball,
The follow lljir hi a lint or tha vrnnri
jurors; V. D. Kice, Jr., Jno a UUL J.
c. cute, w m. li. Haves. J. W. A.i,r
John L. luley, Asa Brockman, Thomas
vv.oiorms, uctavins Wall, Joseph D.
Mizuer, K. M. lOudsley and Thus. Baber,
I he court appointed John YV. Aa-
The regular panel of the Petit lurv l
asfollows: Clale Jacobs. D.D.Gmr i
M. DUVIH. J. K. P. K,anir, I).....
- - , A cbvr
ucijruueuriej, w. YV. Shroyer, John
uuuiiiiou, w. II. lveel. Anaon Xf.rrf.
iletd. J. C. KudicutL J. II lf-.i. i
11. Pugli, K. YV. itidnell. L. W. M.r.1,,,'
Johu Highluwu. J. A. htevenmn vm!
der YVull. S. E. Boss. It M n,!iii,
w. ai. juiingau, u. u. Asbury, Lester
nicuaius, j unite .Murgau, YV. J. Koach,
in auuiuou to our local bar. thn fnl,
lowing attorneys are in attendance: O
ij. Young, of Carrollton andH.C. YVal
lace, of Lexiuatou.
The JuJue was sick on Monrtuv nrl
ruesuay una couiu bom court but
suort time eacu oav. on vegtArduv I
was better but not much was rinna ha.
yond passing on a few motions and
mukiug preparations rur active work
Notice to Bridge Letting.
jq-OTIi'B la lierruy itlvon that that I will on
tlie llrlue Hil, let tlio i-'utr,'t u l,ull,l
viIIm. luur r,.alU,:it.u, r,t AruvU II, ....,
Ou name (lay at -i I. M. lei eunlnu.'t to
new Hi uUi- iit-ur rotiUfucM f JohIiUi Hnerr
niwciucdiiuna mi me in inline tu luunty f.'
Has been turned
He has slaughtered
And is still at his awful work.
PER OF THE
Throws down the trauntlet
of superiority from every agricultural section on the Globe.
W. & H. PICKERING.
Abernathv & Doushtv.
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths.
Window Shades, Etc., Etc.
As aa item of news, yvo would inform the public that in
our elegant rooms, 1105 and 1107 Main street, may be found
the Newest Designs in Furniture for Farlor, Chamber, Hall,
Kitchen, Library or Office, as well as a stock of Carpets
consisting of Kiddeminstcr, Axminster, Moquetto, Brussek
Ingrain, Hemp, Linoleum, Canton Mattings; also Window
Shades and such articles of necessity or luxury as may be de
sired in a well-reguloted household that ever graced Kansas
The Best Goods
H. O. BURGESS,
The OLDEST FIRM in the City.
FARM AND SPRING WAGONS,
BUGGIES. HARROWS, PLOWS, &C
SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to Faluting Buggies, "Wagons, &o.
Given to lIOKSr.SHOKl. ii, in faot every thing douo in the
lie at Possible mauuer, by Suber aud Experienced Wursuieu.
Uiro ns a Call aud Examine Our Stock auu Trices
before purchasing elsewhere.
H. C. BURGESS.
For voting on a proposition for an
additional loan of (i,0U) by Itichmond
In compliance with an order of the
Board of Directors of Hlcbmourl School
District, Ray eouuty, Missouri, at
meeting held on Monday, Mity 3Utb,
1SH7, notice Is hereby given tbut au
election will be beld at the College
Building in said district on
MONDAY, JUNE 20, A. D. 17,
To decide upon an additional loan of
six thousand dollars (6,000) for the
purpose of erecting and completing
additions to the school buildings of
said dlstriot for white and colored
schools. Bald additional amount of
six thousand dollars U to be raised by
the Issue of tale of twelve (12) five
hundred dollar bonds, to run twenty
years, at a rata of sU per cent, per
annum, with the option of the district
to pay them at any time after the end
of ten years, the Interest on said iu
dobtednesa to be raised by an annual
tax levy sufficient to pay the same.
Jouh U. Snows,
President of Uvbool Board.
Q. W. Tuioo, (Secretary. 3-td
We will take in wool as heretofore
aud send the same to Watkius Bros,
for carding or spinning.
Mm. J. U. UA3UUU.U X 130S'
loose at Darneal & Woodson's, and is creating sad
havoc in the prices of
Summer Dry Goods,
mm .. r i . -v w. , w i
' e. I- .''-'i-i.'.- ; , ,
see the work done by
nnd challencea the world. Proof
and. Lowest Prices
I want to buy all the marketable wool
liar couulv, aim will iuy the very
hitftieat uiarkul price In cash for tliu
aaiue. Bring lu your wool aud get the
oaen lor h.
JosErn Hi Kins.
Ollice at the Wasson House, Klcb'
Important 1 Uead and Art.
All parties Indebted to John W
Hubbell are hereby requested to call
ut the store, or his residence aud settle
10-tt J. W. HunOELL.
Something new iu the cultivator line,
call and see it. B. J. Mksliee.
MONEY TO LOAN
Money to loan at 6. 7 or 8 iwr cent
lnteresl uu Ueal tmaie Oecurily
rl(. V. X. UAUSIUIi, Jr,
The front cut Champion Light bteel
Mower is something new.
IS B. J. MttNKFKK.
STRAUDE & 80N.
Proprietors Vail Street Meat Market
We are uow furnuhlng the beat meats
ot all kinds, sud will make and sell
taueajfe, bead-cheese, eto. in seaaou, W
buy only the beet ol animal, butcher
thorn carefully aud handle cleanly, We
uk a continuation of the patrouaire
the public. o-U
hpe of s pvnell)
We have tho finest, largest,
Wall Paper and. Ceiling 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 in Richmond.
M. D. FEATHER'S.
A LARGE LOT
For Bargains of all
Little Daisy Grocery.
Ladies' Gold Watches, Fob Chains, Queen Chains, JvVk
Chains, Lockets, Crosses, Bar Pins, Cuff Pins, Cuff and Collar
Buttons, Oents' Gold and Silver Watches, Eye Glasses, a"d
Gold and Silverware of all kinds
We do all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry work.
Come and soo us and we will save you money.
Post Office Building, 1
METALIC AND WALNUT
ISurial Cases Caskets,
All wadded and padded. Also a fall line of Burial Suits and Bobca at
W. E. JACKSON'S stokeI"8
In Grand Opera House Blouk, North aid ot S luars,
RICHMOND, - MISSOURI
ne bas paraiyzcu
"Roots & Shofis.
Hats & Caps,
And never stops for meals.
You see the smiling counte
nance of this man?
lie is one of our customers,
lie secured a Big Bargain
in a nice Suit, and aho bought
his 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
one of the greatest blessings
of life a line Suit for a little
The Killer of High Prices.
newest, cheapest and best
AT LOW PRICES!
kinds call at the
Itas again returned, bringing
with it many beautiful designs
Don't tail to see our Snring
Stock, consisting of
Ladies' Ear Drops,
Mccarty & co.