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On Fart For Round Trip.
On Friday's and Sunday' ticket will
bo aold at on fare for the round trip
to any point on the St. Loul St, 8t Joe
It. H. limited to use on day of sale only
4tf M. Tait, Agent.
The Osborne i the only all steel
frame Binder in the market, bold by
- W. & II. 1'IUUHINO.
An V A.r Farm tow Mai.
I have 80 acres of extra food land,
lying two and one-half mile due north
of Camden, good frame house, 8 rooms,
good out buuatnga.ffovd yuuug orchard
and never fuiliug spring of water ; also
a well at door. Land Is fresh and un
derlaid with two One veins of coal.
Come and see it. A. T. Myers,
Head the aild of the Executor Bale
of the Haynes stock in this issue. This
Is a valuable lot of Une bred animals
and those in need of such should be on
band early and select what they want.
Doing the property of a dead man, It
goes to the highest bidder, and now is
your chance to get the best stock in
The" Ukmockat made the fight
against local option almost single hand
ed. It had the help of the Lawsonlan
on the west side of the county, and a
few local worker at other points. If
those engaged or interested In the
liquor tratlc, raised a voice or spent
' money to defeat it, we have no knowl
edge of the fact. Why they made no
light we are not informed. The Dkm
oubat made the flght solely to save
the Democratic party in the county,
and not to advance the Interest of the
liquor traUo. The editor is a teetotaler
aud consequeutly the stopping of the
aleof liquor la nothing to bint person
ally, nor to any of his family, as not a
k drop is used by them in any way.
Well the fight is over and quiet once
i more reigns. During the contest many
I bitter animosities were engendered
aud many bitter things said. Whether
these will be treasured up and kept
: warm, or whether the hard feelings
1 will be permitted to die out, and our
I people once more meet a friend and
brothers, remain to be seen. As far
a the editor of the Dkmockat 1 con
cerned, be will not notice further, the
personal light that was made on him,
no matter how unjust that light was,
or how untenable the positions taken
by those who thought their cause could
be advanced by personal abuse of an
individual. We will not promise to
forget these things, because we expect
to lire and do business among this peo
ple, and it is bard to tell what the fu
ture will bring forth. There was never
at any time the (lightest reason for
the personal abuse that has been in
dulged in, but It is now a matter of
history, and as far as we are concerned
it is history we may eondon, but will
Annual meeting of Ray Co. Short
Ilorn Breeders held In Richmond,
August 0, 1887. Election for officers
ensuing year resulted as follows;
For President, W. E. Settle; Vice
President, Thos. J. Davis; Secretary,
John A. Ilaynes; Corresponding Sec
retary, tt. It. Ilinman; Treasurer, M.
A motion to take stock In Lawson
Fair was discussed and put to vote of
house was lost
Motion of thanks to Messrs. Crowley,
Brock and Ford, of Lawson, who ex
tended a general invitation to mem
bers to attend was carried.
Amont of 70 cent allowed D.L . Set
tle on old account.
First Saturday In October fixed on
for Stock Show.
Above date being reconsidered, Snd
Saturday in September fixed Instead.
Berry Uughea, John A. Haynes, Geo.
W. Falk, Wm. H. Thomson and Jos.
F. Bates, Committee of Arrangements
for said Stock Show.and Ueo. Gardner ,
Moved and carried, that when a divi
dend shall be declared all those mem
bers whose annual dues are unpaid
shall bave no part or interest In said
T. 11. itKDD, Secy,
The Wood light steel wheel binder is
tha grandest achievement of the age.
' Pood'a Baraapanlla, the groat blood purlBar
and regulating medicine. Is caaraeurua. by
tunw pcculuruies, namely i t.
The combination of lb various
remedial aouu aaea.
The pi abortion In which tbo roots,
berbi, barks, auk, an mlaed.
The process by which the aetlve
medicinal properties an swuisd.
The result uamedlclne of unusual atrenttli
and curalWo power, which meets eurea lrs
. ...... n.ni,.,ii, ,l. These peculiarities belong
xcluily W H"' Barsapariila, and at
' Unknown to Others I
floods fmrtaparllla is prepared with the
grtet skill and car., by phamae-Utt ol
edueutlou and lon experience. Denes it hie
inrdlclue worthy of entire conudeuca. II you
sulK-r from scrofula, salt rheum, or any dls
" . .. . . .. . A..i. hlltnaiMSS t(ak
eae oi me uiooo, 1- -
Headache, or kuiucy and liver "l";
catarrh or rueunwuaiu, v - -
i Hood's Sarsaparilla
'i recommend Hood's BaitaparUl to ail
hMt Liood purifier oa
earth." War. Qa, drowlrt, Hamilton, 0.
....... UnMnn.riHa hum eured me of seroft
uloui humor, and dons me worlds 4 gov
, .a f a a a tiM n. Amrjld. MB.
A bock eonulnlni many sddilloaal sUt
meats of cures wlU bo sew to u woo u-juw.
Md vy all dniwlrta. Uslafor. Maei
Jul, by 0- L 0U " lwU- "
100 Doaos.On Dollar.
A. T. Myers called on Tuesday to
renew and ha our thanks.
Mr. J. W. Harrison has our thank
for renewal this week.
l'eter Gallee has our thanks for cash
Judge Cramer called on Wednesday
ror a pleasant chat.
Tha contract for the new school
building is to be let to-day.
Edward Wall, of MiUvllle, renewed
yesterday and has oar thanks.
Elder A. Arnote, ot Knoxvllle, has
our thanks for cash on subscription.
E. 8. Gosney, a prominent attorney
of St. Joseph, formerly of this place,
was in the city this week.
Ool. Loul Bohanon called to see u
on Saturday last. He i in usual health
and seems to be enjoying life.
Feter Crutcbter, of the Junction, has
our thanks for cash on subscription on
The quiet since the eleetlon Is quite
a oontrast with the hurrah before the
George B. Ilinman, of IJardin,
dropped in Saturday to pay bis regards
to the Demociiat.
The Santa Fe rood has filed articles
of association for a new road from SU
Joseph to Carrollton.
l'rof. M. C. Lltteer lias sold the
Bogard Independent to E. M. (Jowlvss,
who promises to keep it up to its pres
ent staudard of excellence.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hughes returned
on Tuesday night from a visit to Colo
rado. They were much pleased with
W don't want a mnn to talk tem
perance to us, with his mouth so full
of tobacco that be can't keep from
sputtering his spit on us.
The carpenters work on lialph Es-
tab's cottage is finished and lie is going
to have one amoDg the neatest houses
in the country.
We are not sorry for the flcht we
made against local option and would
do it over again under similar circum
stances. Harry Withers, a son of Major With
ers, of KnoxvUle. ha just returned
from an extended visit to friend in
to friends In Kansas.
The new plan for the wings and im
provements for the school building
sho w up about a well a the old one,
a far a a casual glance reveals.
Dr. Ed. S. Garner, of St. Joseph,
spent Sunday with bis father's family,
ur. u. u. uarner, i.a is looking well.
and has quite a commanding appear
ance. The Bogard Independent speaks of
the Itev. Eugene Crow, the boy preach
er, of Ray county, having preached at
that place. He is highly praised for
Our old friend Steve Anderson, call
ed Wednesday and paid for his paper.
Steve say he is a Republican and that
he with his party, voted soled for local
Logan Kelmell, called yesterday to
renew acquaintance. He has just re-
returned from Qulncy, Illinois, where
he completed a course at Commercial
school. He is looking quite well.
The acting mayor, A. A, McCuistlon.
Issued bis proclamation on Monday
evening closing all saloons and drink
ing places In Richmond for 86 hours.
This was doubtless wise move.
The extremely hot weather of
Wednesday was more deblltatiug
than any we have bad before this year,
though the degree of beat was not so
The members of the Second Chris
tian Church in Richmond, are building
church edifice on the corner of Col
lege street and Lexington Avenue. It
is to be a nice building.
It Is useless to argue the local option
law any further, at present. Let us
join In its enforcement, when it be
comes operative. Leave the construc
tion to the courts.
A considerable number of business
bouse In town were drapped in mourn
ing for the death of Geo. Doniphan
and Dr. R. B. Kice, drapped the Ameri
can flag, and hung it out at half from
the top of the Hughes bank building.
The farewell benefit glveu to Cant.
Shields, at the Opera House last night
well attended and the usual en
thusiasm shown. We did not learn the
character of the speeches made, but
presume tbey followed out the old line.
If it will operate to keep John Dunn
out of the gutter, we are perfectly wil
ling that ha should make a speech
abusing us six nights out of the week.
It does as no harm and if It will do
him any good, let the fun proceed.
The boys bad some fun last night
burning an old barrel and some old
rubbish In bonor ot the local option
victory. It was a tame affair, as the
victory has cost the leaders too much
to Invest more money In celebrating.
The Ray County Short-Horn Asso
ciation will bave their annual show
thi year at the Dr. Garner farm, i
mile north of Richmond, on the sec
ond Saturday In September. We pre
sume the list of premiums will be pub
lished in due season.
The new Cathollo church building
on South Camden Avenue, is rapidly
nearlng completion. Mr. H. E. Brown
one of the contractors, tells us that one
night last week, some evil disposed
person or persons, got into the build
lng and ripped off a lot of plastering
and did other acts ot vandalism, Sucb
things are very wrong and if the offend
er can be detected should be severely
LOCAL OPTION ADOPTED IN RAY.
Tke Result el Iks Vol is Detail lo k Found
la lbs Tabl Appended Hart Is.
The election held on Tuesdsy last In
Ray county, resulted In the proposition
being adopted by a majority ot So;
votes. Below is the vote by precincts
some townships having several voting
PRECINCTS I roR I All INST
I 8 of L. I B. ot I..
Richmond 479 su
Henrietta 84 ;)
Camden 161 177
Orrtck lis ttl
Elkhorn M n
Vibbard lift (hi
Lisbonville ) 83
Knoxville 131 1D
Ueorgevllle 7 a
Tluney's 1'oluL.... M Hi
Mlllville 7 i
llorton o7 63
Hardin li no
Total 1770 1077
A few high grade, short horn cows
in calf by imported Galloway bulls, for
sale cheap. Call ou or address . K
Ilea, bprlujwa.kr Stock Farm, Mill
VlUe.Mo,; 3 3t
GEN. DONIPHAN DEAD.
The Soldier and StatMman r"
M lVnocrullj- Away, Full t
Honors and Year.
The Member f tka Blekmeal Bar
eel as Attend, lb Faneral
at Liberty, la a Body.
The Clllseas of El t h mend la Haas Meet
ing Pass Expressly Resolution.
On Monday night last, about ha If
nine o'olock, the life of one of the
greatest Soldiers and Statesman Mis
souri has ever known, ebbed peace
fully away, at his rooms, at the Hud-
gins house in this city, surrounded
by friends and the few relations that
survive him. He had been sick for
some time past, but bis illness did
not assume a dangerous form until
a few day before his death. He was
affiioted with no particular disease,
but having made up his mind that be
had outlived his generation, gave up
to die and refused to take such med
ioine or uounshment as was neoessa-
ry to prolong his life.
In pursuance of hand bills calling
the same, a large concourse of our cltl-
r.ons assembled at the court house, on
Wednesday, at 10 a. m. to pay a suit
able tribute of respect to our distin
CoL C T. Garner explained the object
of the meeting and on hi motion Mr.
Joseph H. Hughe wa called to the
chair. W. M. Allison was elected sec
On motion of Col. uarner, seconded
by Dr. Boude, a committee of seven
wa appointed to draft suitable and
expressive resolutions on death of
(lea. Doniphan. The following were
named 0. T. Garner, J. E. Black, T. N.
Lavelock, C. J. Hughes. J. W. Shot
well, T. D. Woodson and Geo. W.
The committee retired and soon re
turned again, and reported the fol
lowing. Whereas. Gen. A. W. Donluhsn an
eminent and distinguished citizen in
our midst has departed this life. We,
nis neignoors ana irienas Davlng long
known him and appreciated nis great
worth, ability and excellent character.
his impulsive and generous nature.
and genial, social qualities deem It
proper in public meeting assembled to
pay a suitable tribute to bis memory.
inereiore oe h
Resolved. That In General A. W.
Doniphan the people entertained al
ways the highest confidence, true to
his convictions of duty and right; a
sincere friend, frank, open and mag
nanimous to those with whom be dif
fered as a lawyer be occupied the
very front In his profession, as an orat
or, gifted, brilliant and captivating, the
peer or the most girted speaaers, im
pressive and convincing. As a citizen
he was benevolent, honest and useful,
with a character pure ana uncorrupt-
able. In all the relations of life as
husband, father, citizen, neighbor,
obristian, lawyer, legislator and mili
tary commander he discharged his
duties so as to command the confidence
of the people. And now after a long
and eventful lire among America s dis
tinguished men none possessed ele
ments of character more distinctly
marked, recognized and esteemed by
the people. Never ambitious of politi
cal distinction never accepting poli
tical preferment except when it was
clearly declared. Yet in every offloial
position called by bis fellow citizens
proved a faithful patriotio publio ser
vant and an honored private citizen
during bis entire life.
Resolved. That this meeting tender
to the anrrtvlna relaMre f th ac
cessed their sincere condolence and
sympathy In their great bereavement
and lrreparaoie loss.
Resolved. That the secretary of this
meeting furnish to the surveying rela
tives of the deceased certified copies of
these resolutions, and to each of onr
county papers copies for publication,
and all other papers In the state are
requested to copy.
Pending the adoption of the above.
eulogies were pronounced by Judge
Hughes, CoL J. W. Black, D. H. Quls-
enberry. Dr. Bonde, T. X. Lavelock, T.
D. Woodson, Wm. Allison, C. T. Uarner
and J. E. Black, Sr.
The meeting then adjourned.
MEETINO OF TUB BAH.
At a meeting of the Richmond Mis
souri Bar, at the Court House at 9
o'olock a, m, August 10th, 1887 to take
appropriate action upon the death of
our late lamented fellow member, Gen
eral A. W. Doniphan, upon motion of
W, Shotwell, Judge U. J. Hughes
was elected president ot said meeting
and J. B, Hamilton, seoretary. The
The following among other proceed
ings were had to-wit:
Upon motion of 0. T. Garner the fol
lowing resolution were adopted:
Resolved, That the president of
this meeting appoint a oommittee of
five member of thi bar to prepare
resolution in memory or ueneral A,
W. Doniphan, who ha departed this
life, to be submitted to a meeting of
mis oar, to ne neia on tue iita nay or.
August, at iu o ciocx a. m, iui.
Resolved further, that the mem-
beis of the bar wear the usual badge
ot mourning for the space of thirty
days and attend the funeral of deceased
la a uouy. j ne presiaeni appointed u,
T. Garner. J, W. Shotwell, J as. W,
Black. E. F. Estebb and J. E. Ball
commute to report as aforesaid reso
lutions at the meeting ot the 87th Inst.
Upon motion ot J. E. Bail the county
paper are requested to publish the
proceeding of thi meeting.
Meeting adjourned upon motion of
Col. Estebb to meet at the court house
in the city ot Richmond, Mo., at ten
o'clock a. m, the 87th day ot August,
1887. C. J. Hvodes, President,
J. R, Hamilton, Secretary,
Alexander William Doniphan was
born near Maysvllle, Xy., July 0, 1808,
and was the oldest son of Joseph Don
iphan, of Revolutionary war fame.
who died in Mason oouuty.Ky, In 1818.
He was educated at Augusta, Ky, in
graduating in bis 16th year, at the
Methodist College at that place. Oil'
ver Browning, Secretary of the Inte
rior under President Lincoln ; Charles
Clark, late Governor ot Mississippi,
and others who afterward occupied
plaoes of high bonor and trust, were
classmates of young Doniphan.
In 1028 The began the study of the
law under that able Jurist,Mitin Mar
shall, of Augusta. '
In the fall of 1828 be was admitted to
practice In the courts ot Ohio and Ken
tucky. During the winter of 1828 he
traveled extensively In tha Western
and Southern States, locating at Lex
ington, Mo in the spring ot 1830,
Hd had spent his patrimony and more
in acquiring an education and In flu
ting himself for bis obosen profession,
and when he reached Missouri be was
entirely dependent on his own energy,
perseverance and Intellectual endow-
aiwit. u iuocevue4 wu u Lug,
'-.L.1!L-J1JL.'.I".IJ.J'J.U 1 ..'l'"
ton, but for reasons satisfactory to
himself, ha determined to change bis
residence to Liberty, Clay eounty, Mo.,
which be did In 1838. Here he remain
ed for thirty years, devoting the vigor
of his young manhood and the expe
rience of his maturer year to the prac
tice of the law. In which be rapidly
rose to eminence.
In 1838 be wa elected to represent
Clay eounty In tbe Ninth General As
sembly. Twloe afterward. In 1840 and
in 1864, he wa chosen to fill the same
la December, 1837, be married Mis
Jane Thornton, a daughter of John
Thornton, a well-known and respected
pioneer of Clay county.
Just after the marriage of Ool. Don
Iphan, Got. Boggs called out a strong
militia force to quell the dlstrnbances
ot the Mormons at Far West, in Cald
well ooanty. Col. Doniphan command
ed a brigade under Maj, Gen. Lucas,
and by hi address and soldierly bear
ing succeeded In bringing them to sub-
misssioc without bloodshed.
About tbe middle of May, 1840, Gov.
Edwards, of Missouri, made a requisi
tion for volunteers to join Oen. Kear
ney In his expedition to Mexico. Gen.
Doniphan joined Capt. O. P. Moss'
company from Clay county as a pri
vate. On the 18th of .Tune, eight com
panies, which were to compose the 1st
Regiment, having arrived, an election
of officer wa had and . W. Doni
phan wa choson Colonel. In taking
charge of tbe regiment, CoL Doniphan
abandoned for a time a lucrative prac
tice and a young family, to which he
was tenderly devoted, to lend bi aid
to hi country. After brilliant service
in Mexico, In which on several occa
sions hi small eomroand routed Mexi
can forces Immensely superior In num
bers, Gen. Doniphan returned to the
State, ill command had marched
from Fort Leavenworth to Chihuahua
more than 60UO mile, and on their re
turn to Missouri were welcomed to St.
Lout In a speech by Senator Benton.
Cel. Doniphan returned to hi home
at Liberty and resumed the practice
of law. He remained in Liberty until
18H8, when be removed to St. Louis and
resided there nntil i860.
AS A PEACE COMM18SI01IKR.
In 1861 be wa one of tbe live dele
gates appointed to represent Missouri
In the celebrated Peace Conference jtnd
was one of the five from the border
States who, by special Invitation, held
an Interview with President Lincoln,
to counsel and advise as to the best
method ot preserving peace, maintain
ing the Union and settling the difficul
ties that then environed the nation.
He wa but of that famous five to die.
It wa while absent on this mission
that he wa chosen to represent his
Senatorial district In the State Con
vention. Two sons were born to CoL Doni
phan, both of whom died in early youth
To bis wife, he was devotedly attach
ed, and her death In July, 1873. left
him depressed and stricken. Before
her death both he and his wife had
united with the Christian Church.
In 1869 Gen. Doniphan returned to
Western Missouri and located at Rich
mond, where he remained until his
death. He was a man of great physi
cal strengtbnd retained a Urm.elastic
step, and easy, graceful carriage until
his last Illness, He wa S feet t Inches
in height, compactly built, and with a
Urge frame and well developed
The remains of deceased were em
balmed and neatly encased in a large
metalie eomu, especially ordered fur
Col. Johm DoaiphM, o e. Nni
and Elder Frazee, of lndianopolls, In
diana, nephews to the' deceased, and
CoL L. M. Lawson and wife of Hew
rork, the latter a sister ot the wife of
the dead man, were present during his
last hours, and followed his remains to
their last resting place.
Preparations tor tbe funeral having
been oompleted the remains left here
on yesterday morning by special cars
for Liberty, accompanied by at least
one hundred of our leading oltizeus,
anxious to show that respect tor the
dead due to bis great wortb. The
orowd was largely augmented, at Law-
sod, Vibbard, and other points.
Tbe funeral services at the grave
were conducted by Elder Deaborn, of
The deceased had long been a mem
ber of the Christian Church in this
oity and bis life for many years baa
been that of a quiet, consistent chris-
taln man, and it can be truly said that
hi last hours were hours of peace.
On Friday August 6tb, 1887, at her
home. In Tracy, Platte county, Mis
souri, Mr. Lena Banister, wife of Prof.
W. A. Banister, a brother to our worthy
Probate Judge. Tbe deceased was a
daughter of Mr. McUee, a prominent
citizen ot Platte City, at which place
the deceased was buried on Saturday
last. In this hour of bis great bereave
ment we extend a word ot condolence
to the husband who ha lost bis dear-
eat and best friend.
From tbe rack on the weat tide ot
the square, in Richmond, on Wednes
day night last, one bay mare mule, 16
hands high, with a Hat saddle. Any
Information leading to ber recovery
will be rewarded by the owner.
Gen. Doniphan left thi world amid
the shouts of a procession of colored
and white people working for local op.
Hon, who assembled on the weat aide
of the court bouse, not far from his
rooms, and filled the air with hurrah's,
(Such it Ufa !
It Is better to draw tbe mantle of
charity over the abolition of race dis
tinction In the local option election
here. We hope the madness ot the hour
will bring a reaction.
Itch. Prairie mana-e. and scratches of
every kind eured in 80 minutes by
woooiords sanitary Lotion, use no
other. This never fails. Warrauted
by W. W. Mosby A bon, Druggists,
The new tilt bar Wood mower Is not
equalled In thi or any other market.
21-tf Powell Sons.
How la AbaUah htwlf,
The deposit of the New York state
savings banis bss increased about
aati.iX'O.OOO since January 1, This shows
that the old fashioned ways of abolish
ing poverty are somewhat ahead of
George and MoUlynn.
8TRAUBE A SON.
Presrletor Bala Street Beat Market
W are now furnishing the best meat
ot ail kinds, snd will make and sell
sausage, haad-obaese, Ao. In season. W
bay only the best of animals, butcher
thra oarefuUy and handle cleanly, W
ask aeontlauattoa of lb paUgaaga
Lawson, Mo, Aug, It, 1887,
The Lawson Normal this week Is
very Interesting, l'rof. J.L. Hollo way
is giving to the teachers some good in
structton, All are Intensely interest
ed and are woiklng vigorously to meet
the demands of the rapid progress of
On Thursday and Friday the 18th
and loth, a publio examination will
be held lmiie publio school building
at Lawson. Teachers not in attend
ance at the Normal will do well to be
there at that time.
County School Commissioner.
The motives of the editor of the Reg
ister, in opposing local option, bave
been questioned. Lexington Register.
Very likely. If your community Is
ny thing like this, there will be more
able-bodied, bold-f.tced lies told on you
in a week.than you could print in your
paper lu a month. That has been our
George N. McG.s Post 0. A. P..
notice la litreii)' given that George
. JH'ii, e i oat m in meet in ucliiuouu
Mo., ou Hie fourth Saturday of this
ruuulh Auiriibt Villi. A full attend
ance ot the members is reuupsted as
inportHiit iiiisiutss is to be transacted
connected vuh the Jsaliuuttl Encamp
ment which meets lu bU Louis SeU-
By order of the I'osU August 4, 1887.
L. ('. Cantwell, I ,.,
2t J. W. Blauk, J Com-
Bufkleu Arnica hnln.
The beat sahelu the world for outs.
bruises, sorea, ulcers, salt rheum, lever
ores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains,
xjrm, aud kin eruptions; and positively
ure. piles, or on pay required. It is
guaranteed to kIvh perfect satlsiactlon,
ruonoy ri'iunuVd. i rtee i& cents per
mjx. Sold by J. U. Taylor. ii3-v
Xottce lo 'J'latherg.
Regular examinations of applicants
fur teacher cerliucute will be held lu
Richmond ou the tourth Saturday In
.1(7 Oct- lite Vountry.
We hear every mun woman aud
child say that Ivitiimoud is tbe town
where to buy Goods cheap. It cannot
be beat by any other town, but the
most attractive place in Richmond Is
TUB OH1ENTAL BAZAAR,
the 5 aud 10 oeut store, where No
tions, Tinware, Glassware, and Queens-
ware are bought at from SO to 70 per
cent, leas thau in any other store in
auy other store lu northwest Missouri.
Think how much money you saved last
year by patronizing this store and go
ana do likewise this year. i-
Fsrm Far Sals at a Bargain,
offer for sale 133 87-100 acres ot
land lying in sectlou 80, township i,
range irii, at glii.uo per acre, half cash
the other half In one, two, or three
yearly payments, with Interest from
date, secured by a mortgage on the
land. One half of said land has fine
saw aud tie timber on it; the other
halt Is prairie, partly improved, but
tbe improvements bave somewhat
gone down. Never falling stock water
and as good out range for cattle and
hogs as can be found iu Ray county, at
this time. ear both Hardin and Lex
ington Junctiou with two railroads.
It is a bargain. Apply to
D. B. BoWllAN,
S4-tmos Morton, Ray Co.. Mo.
We wdl furnish to oue address the
Richmond Democrat and the St. Jos
eph uazeueconiuiued, postage prepaid,
at the following rates:
The Democrat and the Daily Ga
zette lor oue year 88 60
The Dkmockat and the Yt eekly
Gazette lor one year J ao
The Demociiat and lite Sunday
Ga.etle lor oue year 2 30
The Dkmockat and the Weekly
auu ouuuaj uazeue (three
papers; for oue year 8 00
The at. Joseph Uazutta is Democratic
in politics, aud is oue of the best and
most inlluuntial papers In the state
Its Weekly comprises ten puges (72
columns) of excellent matter, and the
Daily Gazette takes rank with the
metropolitan newspapers of the coun
try. For sample copies of the Gazette,
address the Gazette Publishing Co., St.
Joseph, Mo., or apply at the Richmond
Veterinary burgeou, has located In
this city, kindly solicits the patronage
of the public. Is prepared to treat all
diseases of the horse or cattle. Being
thorough veterinary surgeon, he is
enabled to treat bis cases scientifically
and not jumping at conclusions, as
some do, but knowing this Is compe
tent by examination to detect the com
patibility or uucompatibilities of drugs
used in his profession. Give him a
trial and let his work prove bis asser
tion. Shop at Dlckerson's stable. If
you have auy doubt of the competence
ot Dr. J. L. l'alue, enquire ot the fol
lowing gentlemen for whom he has
worked, G eo. W, McLean, M. D,
William Furgesuu, U J. Riddle,
D. A. Kuaiies.
B. A. Miller.
f. A. RoiurocK,
G. W. Mithell,
J. M. bt-HUlieW,
W. M. Artuiau,
E. M. Kndalf y,
K. B. Bailey,
J. 1. UOSB.
j, ij. Arimau,
Mrs. M. Oeuiusters. J. B, Ralph.
CUaa. ticolt, Bailey Bros.,
J. YY. Doilon,
W. L. W hite.
G. K Hamilton,
W iu. bheets, M. D,
J. L. Farris,
Wm. Ed wards,
. J. belli,
J no. Muson Justis,
B. F. Canada,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATIC Of MHftOirUI. i
IV III IUY. 1
Iu tb Circuit
Court, Jmitj Term, l-T.
In the Hav ( Iruult tuurt. Saturday. June mil.
June lurm, iwi.
ItutU Farm, Pltiiiitlfl,
Joftciih A, Fan-la, defmi-Unt.
Now at till day conica tin plaintiff h-'relti. bt
ber ntUinu y tni it ui'jn hi ii,k k the sttlisijM'tioo
i( Him court tluif tlif x;ui1 l'KnuaiiL. ts a turn
resiilf nt of tliu htiiii ol MlMourl tud ouiiiot tx
HUIIiniuUl'U IU till Hl'tl"!),
WLwrtMilMitl, II l onu'poo ny me oinirr, inai
Mill UflfinUnt Ltt iioinieU by publicjillou that
la!iitii! u.ut uoiMiit'i.i'i ii a utm nmnst in m i
ills court ihtHiMiTl ami I'l-ucmi naluru or will'
in U ollain a JuilKi'H'iti tuui ilt'crew of llils ootirl
dlvtirelliii MU i liluUitlil In-Ill llu uulidt of tit U rt
moiiy tit-rvliifuro i-iii.lni'lftt vutli tlirf ilcruntlaiit
mi Uie Krouii'ls l-iif s-Jinl uVtVintaJit wiiolly
dlrtl-etfaiulUK limit's .is mu uiibuaiiii 01 plain-
Uli aMiiiut u, Hirai n, nf.ii iitu auusi'u una oiuer-
ulutniirtiri'iiii-u tli' iiuuiiill in ton,'iiii'r Her
riiium intuit i tilih unit l hut uult'tH i In kld ile leu il-
mit, Joi 'li A- I .trris, ln bud ai-iir at ttilt
rnurf. m ini' m il I' liu iiiertj ii, to i ui'tfiiii am
Imltku at UK "in i iit''i' in ihf i-n oi KiiiU-
IlliUitl, l (''"il'IV. "ti tut HIM tl'ij "I Ot-liHa'l
m.l Mini iniiT (M'toitt U.i' alMt) tlitVOl SA d tern
if Hi U-rin fl'tll nitons wiiiliiiu and II out,
tMfit iiUtf ii-iore iiiti iis-m iiu) oi tm wnu -
u.iswor ur i-icui m mr ihhuhhi iii uiki ujim.
liitwuu will bv liikt-h rw I'onft-fM'd, ami Jlni
nifiit will bt rriul.tifd lux.oidHinly. n
And it Id (uiti'4-r nitlni'd, tl.i adV tanrvtif
be pulilitlifd iwix.r.ltnt; k law In ;liu Itu UMuND
lirMiH hAl. ft IiDWiUHM-r 1'lltlUlI atld Iilllllllrl
aiHHtrdiLg to Uivv iu Uiciiiuuud, iiay cuuuly, Mu-
) WltiiMa my band, an
kal VCIrviMi t oiirt ol Kay c
... day u Al'Hl, A. U, It
Willi my liitnd, and iliu eal ul tha
!. n n.unti.i.i imiii ir ik.
my. mia ivui
SELLING- GOODS TOO LO"Vv
VEllDICT OF THE PEOrLE,
Yard Wide Batlstr-s Reduced
15 oents to 12 cents per yard.
i'aolfle Lawns Reduced from to
to 10 cents per yard.
8S,' cents Lawns now fi' cents.
25 yards of Lawn for ft 00
12 yards of nice white Vio Lawn fM.lKV
1J yards White Cross-Bar Mu-lln $ 1.00
16 yards Unbleached Domestic 81.0",
TO THE LADIES!
If you want to buy E-tirinirs. Lnces
and All Kmbrofdery Cheap, now IH
your time as we are determined tl
close out the entire line lleganlleas of i , , T -i -.Af A-
CosU Call and be convince.! that wtl'AKSEAL IV OODSOA
are the Cheapest House in the city.
Dakneal & Woodson.
IX ALL LINES OF GOODS
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS
IN ORDER TO MAKE
ROOM FOR FALL
for little money. Ladies don't let this
pass without procuring a fine
also have a full line of
ents Gold Watch Chains, Charms,
and in fact everything pertaining our line.
Kemember we warrant everything to bo as represented
or money refunded.
We do watch, clock and jewelry work. Don t fail to see
we load all in Good Goods and Low Prices.
Come and see us and save you money.
Post Office Building,)
liiehmoncl, Mo. )
T. El U .1 I: I Off. il mr-. H DUI
We will pay you tho Highest
Uur Huckster Wagon will visit every
part of the County,
LOOK OUT FOR IT.
Store on Thornton Av
or -James I. Haynes, deceased, Avill oiler, at
Fublic Sale, at the late residence of said de
ceased, known as Oak
luiics nor i n oi lucnuionu, jiissouri, on
The folloAving; described Personal Prop-
A I X .
ei-iy, 10 niii
Una Span of Good
... r.ax A
TERMS: All sums under $10 cash; t IQ and over a oredit of twelve
months, without interest, the purchaser giving note with two approved se
curities, before removiuu; property,
per oeut. iron) uaie
THE OTjISTD JTO
Mens Seersucker Coats and Vests 81 28
" White Marselle Vests 80
Llnnen Vests o
" Blue Flannel Suits.. 8 00
liojs Suits 8 00
Voutlis Suits. . .
White Shirts. ...
you want any
An1 get the Worth of Your Money.
PIONEERS OF LOW PRICES.
COME AND SEE
US AND BE CON
VINCED THAT WE CAN
LO YOU GOOD.
... "l---A3'- -
T. WILSON & CO.
Oh have you aeen them beautiful
LADIES COLD WATCHES
McCAETY & CO.'S
watch nor little money. We
MnHARTV JPr P.A
illVjUillll 1 ift W
Market Price in CASH.
, north of Opera House.
Executor's of the estate
Grove Stock Farm, 5
1 ra . '
Sept. 15, '87
13 head of Short-Horn Cattle, inolu'
eluding 3 Fine Young Hulls.
About 20 head of high grade Cattle
consisting of Bulls JJeifer and Steers.
H head of thorough bred PoLnrl
China Hobs, all sues. 10 n-ood vuumr
Boars in the lot. '
23 bead of thorough bred CotiwolJ
oneepj a llucks In lot.
1 brood mare with extra rmnc nnU
A large number of pure-bred IMy
luuuiu onicitens, ijiroiizd i
keys and fekiu Uuoks.
Large l it of oorn in field and crib.
About rtll bushels of Wheat.
About ."ill hiiMUnlii nf f Ulu
About o tons of Uay.
A large lot of farming Implement
auii many oiuer anioics.
If not paid at uiaturity to draw ten
11 A Y.N LS. J Executors.
Ladles Rtttton Shoe l 2B
l.ndlea Front Lace Shoe 1 25
Men Calf Boot 2 00
Men Shoe 1 00
Men Button, Lace, or Congrt ss . . t 00
A large line of Ladles Low tint Shoes
and Slippers to close out at 81.00 per
pair. We offer a full and complete line
of Mens and Boys, Ladles and Chil
dren Shoes, In all grade from the
Cheapest to the Finest and will save
yon Money on every pair you buy.
THE NIMBLE NICKLE BEATS
THE SLOW DOLLAR.
Dakneal & "Woonsox.
Buy your Drugs and Notions
DR. ill. C.
The Load hi? Druggist In the City
Stock always full. Drugs always Fresh.
Prices always the Lowest.
Came in and See for Yourself.
i PRESIDENT CLEYELAfflJ IS G01H.
YOU WILL GET LEFT IF YOU
Kxpeot him to come to
You will also get left if you try to buy Bargains of men who sub
merge the country with their hand bills and never have any Bargains oa
We don't olaim to give goods awny, nor do we iutend to give you
this old worn out chestnut, and promises on paper, wo never intended to,
fulfill, but when we toll you we have a Bargain, wo mean it, and you
oan swear to it, when you come to our store ynu will find it on tho counter;
snd when we say you get Clothing AT COST, we mean at strictly
what they cost us.
We are going to open an immense lino of Winter Clolliin and will
sell the balanoe of our summer (roods st strictly COST TRICE. We
need your money to pay for our winter stock. Our prices will be such
that our competitors will look for hoHes to crawl into, thoy will think a
cyclone struck them.
ro tnose wno nave novor dealt with hh hriore, wo win say, "try iy
it will be a sure gain for you, ask your neighbors who profitod by experi
ence, whether our goods are not XUU per cunt lets than anybody else.
Don't squander your money psj nig lorgo profits, but save it by pur
chasing your goods direct of
ittmait, The Famous clothiee.
L.TvlECEOE & SORT
ARE NOW SELLING
Solid Gold Ladies
Gents AVatehes, Ladies Gold Filled t.'ase
watebes, Gents Gold Filled Case Avatcbes,
Ladles and Gents Solid Silver Avatehes
llieaper Than Ever.
These Watches have all tho modern improvements and
we guarantee every one to be exactly as preresonted or
We lead the Country in Fine Quality, or
B1UNG LS YOUll IfEPAIIUXG.
QUEEN OF THE"hAR!EST FIELD.
Throws down the gauntlet and challenges the world. Proof
of superiority from every . agricultural section on the Globe.
W. & H. PICKERING.
A BIG BAItGAlX
M. D. FEATIlEit wants to sell
first west of J. C. Ilrowu Ac Co., Hhl- Ii is a i i-ntnil h- ui..u ami has m m
perior as a business stuud in towu. The su rtis ure om story of irtjod width,
and bave a well finished dwelling nf 6 rooms iu the rnr. The dwelling
haviiis drawers, chiaets and many other i'iu venl-in-". I'nder on. at ti,
store is a good cellar, well drained
on tbe street Is a good Well, withau'itner on Iii- 1 it in the rrar. Un tha south,
end ot the lot Is a large barn and blacksmith shop, now occupied. The
.hole nouse is well ttnlshed aud
prietor desires to go to California.
If you have money to luvcst
opportunity. Call ou
H. O. BURGESS,
Tho OLDEST FIRM in tbo City.
FARM AND SPRING WAGONS,
BUGGIES- HARROWS, PLOWS, SiC
SrECIAL. ATTENTIQN paid to IVlnUud Busies, Wagons, Jto.
SPECTVIj A.TTJ2TSTTI OTST
Oiven to II OH OH 1.1 ti. in faot every thing done iu the
Uegt l'ossible manner, by bebc-r sud Kxperienoed Worsmtu.
(!Ito us a Call and Examine Our Stock auu l'rices
before purchiiblus tlsewhere.
H. C. DURCEGG,
Well wo Imyn't got much room to
store them, if we hail a little mora
room we would make HOME HOWL;
however we think we can amuse you
for a few minutes.
Coffeo 3 pounds for $1 00
Salt per barrel t SO
8 Btrs Soap for ''5
10 rounds Shot for 1 00
Tass us by and Lose your Money.
Remember ! A penny saved
is two mndo.
Dakxeal & Woonsox.
Wittclit'M, Solid Gold
his two Iniiiu.'.ii hoineH. on M iln Strut
and lunn.ilitO. nh elevator. In fruot
cau be bouuht at a barirain as th. nro.
In Richmond prrerly. now la vour
M U V HATllEtt.