Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Richmond democrat. (Richmond, Ray County, Mo.) 1873-1906, October 07, 1887, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
t imiAV, ootohku :. mi.
Tiik KaiiM4.s l ily Kspnmtion Is now
Tiik Kmmmi ;ny f air ueit Monday
and til the work.
TlieWlfe.if I'lllir illnS. I'. III"T, Of
i .. -i
TkvM!pi. rtciiiift k t frtmir to Tejas.
The wave nf fanaticism that (a sweep
Itigorer II" country, has received a
heavy nt bai .
Tjie Kansas City rat fctock Shun
commences Ootoia-r "7 aud hnlda all
the week. It will tm lirld at Mver
view I'ark. ai d be a bi(t oocanlun for
I'liKMur.sT t't.s. ki.ami will airive
In Kansas I'ity next Wrduesda) lnsht.
If he it tm time. A trenienduuus lotol
leopie will be there to see hi in onThurs
The M. Loins pert have been pro
fuse thin week, In their write up, 01
the visit ot the president. If the old
man has lead It all, It hut kept him
Ia". ai. upturn ma adopted In Carrol)
Ciuutv and digested in t.'hailtnn coun
ty l.uvt Tumdav. It was also defeated
In Slater in Niline county, and liar-
r;')LVille in Cass county.
Col. John C. Thornton, a brother in
law of the Ut On. A. W. Doniphan
dtei at H ite I ny, Montana. mi the 1 4 U
of S-pleml'tr. lust. He was born ii
Clai ci. JLty. In 1531, and moved t(
Muiitama a! ier the war.
J iU'itiniiU'N was ueft-attd in Ten
Cts"ee last eek. notwithstanding th
exir. ordinary efl.ii'.s put forth by in-
upp.irlt'.'s. The wouieu there, as at
otner p'aces.iumednut lu loree, bribec
veteis with free lunch, and used even
oilier niiii in their power to carrj
th air p'lut, but It was of na use. l'ro
hibitnu tus no; been adopted so fai
by any De moi-rptle Htate.
Local opunn .uttered a crushing de
felt In Caldwell county last Tuisdav
the umjorlty against It being 320. Tbl
is a matter of mu h anlonlshment here
&s it wus thought Caldwell would adopt
it by a largo majority. As the law be
comes more fully uiidustoed the peo-
pie know it is not calculated to pro
mote either temperance or trotheil,
The Grand Army of the Kepuuli
don't want the world, but they do want
the surplus in the United Slate treas
ury divided among the old soldiers,
their widows and children. They g'
on the piiuciple that the Ux-rayer
should ho ground down with hear
tbx-burdtns, from )ear to year for tht
tienelit of men who bare already beei
well paid for their services. It is timi
to call a halt. Over teventy-aeven mil
lions of dollars are pa d out annual))
for pensions, and the cry Is for mure
The line should be drawn where it
and the Weeding of the treasury stil
deeper, fiowned down by the tax
ts'ATOR Vooithe frainer of the lo
cal optioi.' law is out iu another explan
itory letter, i) which he writes himself
yuired auy more labor to writs "deal
er" in the original law than "person,'
if that is what was intended. Air. Wood
should keep his mouth closed and
thereby prereut the world from know
ing that he is a tool. In his lirat lettei
he made the unpardonable blunder of
aying that the law prohibited a phy
aician from prescribing liuuor, whei
ihere is not a sentence in the law thai
could be tw isted into any such a mean
lug. Jf Suator W ood has any friends
they should restrain his desire to write
The general assembly of the Knight
of Labor is in session at Miueapoii:
Minnesota, and the proceedings are be
ing watched with interest by the au
thoritics, as theie U an idea abroad
that the socialists in lhe order, art
strong enough to change Ue conser
vative p .hcy that iir. J'owderi" tht
head of the order, has pursued", and
peiiapsdiive him and his conserva
tive au'yisers from the management ol
the organisation. It is true iir. J'ow
' derly hm aco:her year to serve yet
but if he is not supported by a major
ity of the Kuijhta, it is pretty gener
ally understood 'hat Le will give up
the position of tirand il aster Work
man, if he does this and an ejtreme
man takes hU place, the country may
expect to hear more ut labor troubles
It is too soon yet to sgitate tht
question of w ho shall be the demo
cratic nominees for ttate officers next
yea.-.-hut the matter Is being discussed,
and candidal es for pieferment are om
log early Jo the front. The politics
situation in sdii" sections is not exact
ly cliur, as complications have arisen
that places the status of many men
who have heretofore a-.-ted with the
democrHcy. in a doubtful positmn,
which will doubtless gie tne oppo
cents to the democracy next year more
strength than tins element possessed
in lbol. This being the case, it is
necessary that the democrats put for
ward their Ustiutu for their next
canvass; mm who can add strengtl
to the parly. We must use discreti. n
or lie defeated. That is the situatlot
us it appears now, ud we should no'
deceive oui selves, by tclylngtoo much
on former prestage. Ker!;ilJea tlat the
country is luil ol cranks and fanatics,
who are not to be relied on.
Col. J. C. Widdecxuube, of Jloonvillf.
is iu the ci'v.
Seats are i.tu,g put in ti e J'resl yte
O. (J. Voui g, ol I. ai rollton, Was
in attendmice on Circuit Court the lirst
Of the week.
Our engine hui noeu temporarily re
pafied so we can use it until I'ickering
can get time to put new Hues iu it.
County ( ouil held a three days s
slvu this week, at which thu usual rou
tine busineea was traiiaacted.
Cuit O. J aylol, of Jauiespurt, M l.,
formerly a 1-ttir.eu of Hlchmoud, has
been litre this wm-k vt.Hltig relattve
Stud snaking hands with old friends.
Mr. T. i. Wocibon informs us that
both hii daughters aie sick Willi nia
luria. I'robably (lie dampness from
tlie new honae.
aIsshis. liaillgan.CH-u.e 6i Co., a Dew
real estate lirui iu Kansas City, sold
the farm of 'cHjinre Crcasop, which
lies Oo the river west of Ornck. j
Full and complete
and Short Wraps in
consisting of staple
Line of Soxony Cerman. Knitting Cermantown, Spanish Yarnsand Zephyrs. A large and well selected
stock of Mens and Boys Hats and Caps. Boots and Shoes, Ladies and Cents Furnishing Coods in all
Styles and Varieties, wr also kot'p a soloctod stock of ukocekiem at prices that defy com pet It ion. Come
and see us and Ave will do .von jrood. Very ltespeet fully,
K. SttlT Ail ri-k
The editor of the Conservator statte.!
out with a tlourish of trumpets n snow
that in my .letter oiderir.fr whifky for
patient 1 ft"111? 01
hood and hypocrisy, i na"- .i"
1 my innoence of these cl.aiRes by
his own paulmns and now w
n' .minus that 1 snouta
pl.iy.and oilers me the use of his col
umns to answer u.e cnaigr.1 !"..-
q i,.r illegally. No one wi.i ie or-
..eived by this specious
Wl.cn 1 needed a p.per to oeienu .u,-
.,k ...ttiat his charges Hid li.stru-
.; .,i.h nflr was u-aue, buj
only ma,le now with the expecta.i. ti
that 1 will either nave w :"';
i,v mv silence a.low ll.e puu.ic to
nrr inv euilt. foriuuaui)
duced to no such fluttns. wmt "
twelve vea.sago an itl.m was u.oc
.nnvirt the linu, ot which
m..ir of sellius whisky contrary to
law. lhe case was dismissed by the.
comity attorney and so never came to
1 trial. This Is the history of the case
in a nutshell. It was at a time w hen 1
jave but little attention to the drug
ousims. as my professional studies
engioSrd a large part of my time, but
I cannot h-lp entertaining the suspi
cion that it is my preent tentiroeuta.
rather than my put actions, th.t dis--.uibs
the equanimity of the gentle
man. It 1 tad voted the prohibition
ticket andanathemattzM ailwho could
not do likewise, n.y t-ius, though s-ar
let, would have been as wuite as suow
At least. 1 have heard a man whom
tr Triirc delichts to hoi.or. acknowl-
edire to a long list of deviltry, ir.clu
ding the hurling of a ligtte-1 kereser.e
lamp at the heals of his wife and l a'.
hut he is e oouent in uie ceauiiruu
of all who cannot endorse prohibition
In conclusion, Mr. Editor, allow me t
thank you for the use of your columns
m . . n-rsonal controversy in w nici,
neither you, ncr your reaaers, cu.uu
Uke much interest, and 1 promise not
to tresspass on your time or bpae in
the future unless the exigencies of the
case demand it. J.H.6IAM,
l aal ll tlLM all jibi.ii
terles ot meetings here last Saturday
evening aud will continue alter next
Lord's day. tst Imi the attendance has
oeen good, and we have diult that
a great deal of g od will be acconi
plisned before its close.
The Wacanda country, th.s fall, hit.
bad an unusual nuanr of cus-s of
sickness, generally of a typhoid nature
out th doctors report all their patient
convalescing araj out of danger.
Addison Harper moved to his recent
purchase In the Mlllville country las'
a-ek. What's Ittissellville'a loss if
lien flentry has just completed LI
water woiks, which are sufficient U
water his CStUe on a thousand hills,
ilis wind power is arranged .to draw
the water out of several wells and de
posit it in one large tro.1 f :xf water
Walter Loner, of superior, eo is
in on visit. Ue reports bis treelcs.
home a paradise, but srithout corn this
Henry Hockecs is ot.e of the few
road overseers, who believes in doiLg
his whole duty and nothing hut hn
duty. He sute s no olstructions to
remain in the highways w here b: has
Mrs. Dora Wol ard is in M. Louis
this week atlending the Fair and vis
iting friends. Whue in the city she
will purchase her fall stock bt millin
ery goods, which the intends to b the I
largest and icoet complete that has
ever been brought to the city.
The special election passed off quiet
ly and lhe result was no surprise, '2oi
for and 76 against ; but it Was a gen 1
eral sui prise when Capt. New.'iam an
nounced that we would have a spec:
election the first Tj-sdy in eieiy
month the res', of the year, iu Novem
ber we will vote on whether our do.-s
shall wear muzzles or not; in Decem
ber the totttcro i;'ie'.i"U will 1 up
In January it will he left to a vote to
see whst kind of bread we shall eat.
o anil s ..
The vou-rs of Hay C'outity cer'atiiiv
do not waut a law rtstraiiivng stock
from running at large, as they voted it
down laat Tuesday for the third time.
The proposition this time was for the
purpose of restraui.g horses, mules,
jacks, jeuuetta, cattle, sheep, goals and
it, from running at latge. The vote
stood as follows:
ill . . lu
. 14 7n
. U . . '.'"j
. 01 J"
..13... . ul
. U . o
! . 14''
71 . ill
. . iw - I
.. i) . . . -5
.3n .. tv
l,in.-5 1 hito
RichrooTi'l. . .
Mlllville, . .
Majority against the proposition edit
L'util our people get ready lor such a
law, it would be heller to save the ex
pense of holding an election.
Jno. A. llknti iu tended to tnke a
lot of bil wck to the Liberty Ur utxt j
week, tut (v It out go aocouut of 1U i
rough rodg, J
Heady For Iliisincss At
.With, a Full Line of Mens,' Boys' and Childrens'
Line of Ladies, Misses and Childrens CLOAKS, embracing
Styles and Prices to
and fancy Drv Coods,
E. CRISPIN & CO., Richmond, Missouri.
NEWS OF THE WEEK, j
Gleanad by Telegraph an-l Malt
Hit Iti.i.i it i.,-i.'.ll'li'llt
- uii lh- .'th. T:ie
.-hi ti be lii-d uictl by
t.'.r Vr- u t.. u: vit.nl H"n W ill'ani h.
an., i t Mnoie, ."! lTf.il';ut J'vulf. Ii.
A:. 1. ol Mi' '.iikMn I r.n T;ty. m act wi'h
l;.eSo r-.-t iry cl s: ,v io the nrir.'tiat'Q
fi r . . i .r'; t -it pril i tlr. Hii'mu ottho
il.-J-'-'-t. tfrvrt.iiif cut ol lhe tl.UtTic. q les
ti'J Jfvvr I.tMi. t-'1 rr.'-e fflll "1 .Tn.-.tr1..,
vlio I iii t. u il..:..-i-r.i.i v i:l with pirlv
imi i. : r,-l rv. ..r-r nr.
Al.rK.'i frTii H.wa.i tatc thai at the
c.ci":' i. l.o. i S-'U-eiiiWr l' ail l tie immii
hiT ; f .l.e r.ew H -uiw wcro e.iH-li'J on the
. rtn rt lhe hif -rm r-ar'y .ujiiH'rlii'g
c. r."" It'.l ''in anil ni tnilry.
I'.iu-o l'rena'tit I'l-.-vi-hiii'l alonre
fr. n ann.-'i n. Nc.ivt.ry Payanl will
be' I'ro.we.it l'i i t"iu .tliu p;.T ? inir in force
t: e l'n-;.H'iit;.l H-ici-' Bsion bul pussed at
.ii. iion rt ConKrem.
'1 HE Fref 'li'nt r..n .I'pciuteu yiirxaniicr
B. Vi-li rl M:ii,un, to bo Vniti d Scale.
I'cct'.. a' Mituu.ft.
rT lire of V.;;iLCta. was ciecteu
iv-n.w o .I- r u chief r the o. A. K. oniae
fir', b'. o. a r'. L'.":if'U 'ho Jtn. pio
ii.n: r.'-.iveil t."A An'b-'tiy "I. Wrier 1'.
Kea t?t;er.aii L tnd M araor, of Kn
.as C'r. 1.
The Pw..'..-c. '.eft Wahiiicton at ten a.
m. 03 lV:e la to! p?cul train on the
Kar.v:van ar .d T!:eo.rty n reci-iyeil
w.t'r. n.i.-a c!;-!iM:ai.iri br iarire Mimbprt
cf peTiie vct.o a.etr,'. 1 at tt.e var.o-i.
n.;r'l .ta'iiri. ft. tie train slowed
c cc. t n i! ,.-,.ir -1, :-.ti the oti 'ct ions
o l;-v !r, U..ri"l lftij:ir Ul.ii-T enn
r.: t - I r.it ti a-c" "ri'-l c-l .1' tlio lav
rc!- r--.: I j uircr. and njt to profes-...-nal
Li'KD ArritiT-RT and hi trainer have
r"c-tj ed Ir-.m a.l the rui-e oourw. of
K' i:.4Ld for ias'.nictii.g a Jookey to pull a
crn-. - .
ATovnKnfi has faUd to .t.r up a e- n
erai it. irre-'tinu 111 Aiiilainstan again.t
Tht S'ljr, ph oxnfHt't'. n a;.ilnt the Koo.
h rebel b.:ru--d alt trie fortified vhUgc.
on one ot tn .l'inl.
Cor nt V" Mi v.Tra, the (lerman Am
batomdor. liu. inirtni-J M. K.uuren. Ibat
the (.tertnan O'vycrnn nt wittiout awnttuiif
the lsce cf ttie 1.i'licml innuiry decided to
irraui ab indouinitv to widow ot the
?mee.'!sr .hot, lhe amount to be fixed
Ivrra State CoMME.rs Comiiiiose
M"hiu"X lia. lnM.'n rr.uted a pension at
f'.i lr moi-ih a. a w.dier in tbe xlcxican
nil iiniiin 1 ll'tl'il .l' Tnnnb. Ktopa
ni-rr aiiwii .i ii,a lanap-ui. and l air. Haute
wni en f'Ute. demonstrations bciijr made
and &.ucu eothjaiaara maalle.tv.-d at both
1 iir Arctit.hop of Guatemala, who was
recettiT ensiled from that country by the
i-r,.-. !::', na. arrivint in ban rrancl.co.
ihe Irw. Comta.i.K.a reports the EJ.
ti ii'-t bi.l a wpm i. a.aiu.g irltb the
v 2-.rco oi i.aicr J-tay waint..
Mme. Aiuee. the singer, died In Pari, on
tt.e d irom tne eaect of a .irgical opt ra
ti in btweiin
!:t.a:a and Morocco is
j-ituek u l.Eiiir. of Kt. Loul, tn an
.-j!,'.!. ,n on 1'aTr.ca SarMleld at Luuericlt.
ir.-..r.i. avowal that hv va. a Kociaitst
ri jc. n.?arr a. overy Irishman.
im uonuiiac-u tno uc.ice as the ver-
miQ ol jreiand and .a:d they cea.i d
to be Iroil.nion when they denned the Gov-
Hi. ittTckT and Mis. Lamar returned to
asi.ir.irt.jri on the for the winter.
MEcatlaar or ht4'E Hahkii Is quoted
as saying tnal the Vin-el s-ute. will not
.nterfera acively with tr.-rmany in tbe
San.oau islands a. long a. American rights
av i ai.ii in Canndii, wra nt l.KU in
ii;eliiitd HtaT- lor the iL.rd quarter in
1 aw -! . iir.aja. j he increiitvc in num
ber ia U-ti.Li i3'-1 i':,r.;irNj lmb-iitie ot
t.r-M iai...t.5 ia Vs'ttd Bttt for the
arur were 9'r OailiSt l.'A'T.riltJ
r a.-,.,. 1-. !.. r -
fuia jj. Mk-Minwt tl.Vftil.itl3 at yctir.
Jrit.E Hi RHF.it i,t the New Vorli Cut
rt-ppeiue Cojrt Lut aeridod tht tbe bor-
ub m toi-bii.rocv.
1'UE trub c with the Dtyroe in Matt
r.i inl bruzQim t'o';utii, Ti., is be-
-vt-ij to to tictiud t r tlie pr-'sent. und the
iiuuav'i.i'j .-t ;ar'i have rcturntd. OJi
ver hhrpuerd. a mjijti, ti.e lr-iider of the
nctrrwi. Uaft tied fr 0. the coujitry.
1 nt. ccli race Ic-r the Am'.'nru run eft
Sttady H(n v.-u nun bv tliu Volunteer
r thi little witti twelve nmjuu to
pareua y.lj. Tnf end-.d 'he racei
tM.".vcci. ite two iitjnT the Volunteer
Winn iij b-.'h. 'Lho rSotchnien Wbre n.ui?h
t3i-;io!u'.;d, bL,t jturii.i.ed tuat tueir buat
wit ulrly L j'.r. .-.-ii J
A iiioiiwA 1 ma rfibl.ejtwoof the uihge
.fa.iia r'aiitiiisj to Hu Anireio, Tj., re
i;i.t:y ct the pvint of piBtot, ccfDiiiin(f
u,e i-orjri to (five up tti;.f valujjie
'1 r. ooer ttio rsried tbe mad ptttksnfea.
'Jur pneti uf aiitbr&cite oxiftl InCtiicaiTo
t.isve K'b been sWvncu tweniy-nve
f J. IJm.k, tl.e defaulting trt-anun-r of
Oiii eUt f.j-iitv. T'.-., na returned from
a i''!ig ajiurn in f Tirii utuiii tid l pre-.;tn-.j
to blttud Li IriAi and fctouj fur bl
?:9 airier vire kd'.cd by frit lu the
Ii -T'D cti :jry at A'Mund. is., 1 1 tut ly.
liin )'ac-.nc luvtsMHtiri :unnni)ion
emi'd i' -n-juiry at ,S-.v V'.rk on tbe iith,
a-fj jrniLg njuccl to the cjll of the chair
t iir I'a-:ftc Mitt dire-tor held a meeting
a N-.MV York on 'Lf Anit aii'j ar-f.iti.-ii th;
r'.k'i-ii tf D riTioii I'-vf rt,.-h aud
VstiKjt.'iiiiaot. bvid ft'!f-'ltrd lay bouid and V.
liL.utittr''n . till tin Vii'am ici.
ii st iiii'A. eoiiVnifKi of iiiaimiaufcT'iier
in tint Jvv iiuoaTst k-U I'aj at bu-ux Ciiy,
ii'-.va. t.tsi biin fcULitnctjtl to fcuryeura' un-jjr.s.i;inn.-nt
at F'r' M-idisio.
7" he .oje cf l.ui hi'j'ght, an bi-J
ba..ifi ir, who lived alono in the cttuiiiry
i.4-ar iiuth. Minn , ivu brined early bo
u'l.ci mjiruiLii- A few wi.it.miMj b-jnon in
ll.e rioa ifidicate'l lbt I'i.nyut lus.1 b.
jMie. Hv wan in town the day belr.ro and
un'Tv t.,mj from tbe baiist. Foul niar wu
f.-htfl . (
'liit (irhpijir Fro Company, publlnhertt
nf tf. li.-i y iir,tJi,t of Ciucinua'l and
tLii at:.i, bive ktuHigiibij, wnb about H-uw
-iLd Ifi.tJUJ liabilitie.
fttivt unth ate reported in the Hatf.oaw
alulian Jn ua.oda (Jouniy nil tba
prin ny of ll.e futti hi.t and Luuiber
Ci-it,uny u w dentroycu.
'luepjb'ic d'Ot simiim;iit btn-w a do
vt ts? d'jnnjf in-puij.i'-r ol and
!.'; June tW oi i,A4u,
Lt i '1 askT aud Lu two rrilliinu whorR
b- un try .La 00 reMcue wrn burniKl Ut
di-iith iu hia biMiae at lower, Mmu., wnicb
r-.'--iit iy tx.li fire.
W11 i.iAM A. hTiif'KO, eattctretary of
hUtcul Louibiuna, bat beut) kunU-iutd to
Kwv yctti's, in Hiu .fiiiteiitiury aid Itued
4 . ni Ijv euibeiienieut of tv.ata funaa.
'Iul iojurt oi lyoueral fruck on th r.
suit the Times. The Dry Goods Department is Full and Complete
Dress Coods, Notions, Hosiery and Cloves. Also a Complete
pt-nt trouble with C'ti.c'ow liiM Y trtbe in
t'ltlcrntio iiiU tlin bliimn on I lie wnites.
Mnute men a"d niln-r camblern were iu the
liaitit of nwindUni the irnliftnn out of the.r
hut-ftet and tin-11 liiiv n;( Mifin urreitted on
thfir nrwinff ivirk the miiiil. Thn inuiu-!int-?
cnue of h nt'lttif wm pn atti-n pt to
urrtMt 1)d..iii! on aiiooJ viu.iiU.n of tUe
istate 0.1 iu.' l.iw(.
Tifttr.it dt'Utt.s fnnn c;tlers at the quar
antnie ! nar New York t it y were re
)orttxl on tbe Int. HoTcnicen cms r
umuu'il. EvHV.iv" erops re rfportod in Muni-
toha. 1 hf wheat nvet ..i?M i b'tsnei to
t!n at n in Mine dilru tH X b'.iAhf!;. Tbe
mi. ways aru unublo m move the immense
fur'l :. tn;t are strain. tig their facilities to
the utni't tn do no.
1'i.CAKiMt h'ufte return fnr wrek end id
Ort-'twr 1 ?io-iod nn ttvoriie ibvifae of
lti .cr.irared wab the r. 'rrvj.'i.d.nB week
oi lftt Hr. In New VorK tbe decrease
w-us mZl 7: in nil oihcr ntie 1.5.
limM nt woa m active demand tn Iod-di-n
during the wevk ended Ort.iler I.
An.eru'an seniri'iim showed a decided in
lirovement, Huiuefm wan dull in Herhn
and Frutikfort, but wns i-ejioried good at
Tan, wnb n atlvAnoe in price.
A vank occurred in Ilurrm' Theater, Cin
cinnati, on tlie nicht vt the 1st, cuused by a
iteam whittle blowing oft at nn adjoining
factory. The panic was stopfd by police
men who thro w ttiemelve upon tbe crowd,
preventing what otherwise would bave re-
auiteJ in tunny cuuaiTif,
Ji im.e Tehht. one of the counsel In the
suit cf Kara Althea Hill, in the suit for
Torce aka:nt Senntrr Sharon, has made an
affidavit that ono of Sharon's counsel bad
o:7ered Jule Sullivan a bribo to decide in
bis client's favor.
Ul niers to at) alarming extent is re
pur'.wd among the horo on tho Crow re
ervation in Montana at:d up are to be
tasteo by the Interiur Deiartment tc erau;
caa the diBeatj, . . . . ,
Hcv. Mr. C'tj-iPOH. aci;m!e, murtlered h'.s
victr. fto Mr. Far.cy, by cutting bi
throat recent. at Cretingbam, buffolk,
Is New youth Val recently, a man
nimed Wyr.atiuai, while crareil with ro
ligot: eicitemeut, tr.urdtrcd bis wife and
The tiene-rul Anteinbly of the Knights of
Labor met in coiiveuiiun at Minneapolis,
M'un., ?n the M.
Tii8 International Military Kncumpment
was foniially opened at Chicago on lhe 3d.
Heavt winds prevailed on the lakes on
the 3d. Several vessels were reported
wrecked and ashore with seamen missing.
Uoo cholera is creuMTig great havoc
among the swine about Wabash, lud., the
deaths numbering in the thousand.
FotHperaons were killed bv an explosion
of the boiler at Plants' Hoar iniil, tit. Louis,
go the Hd.
A sthat cow upset an afcomm-.dat:OQ
train on the Lauinvihe, New Albany &
Chicago road near IndiunapuU recently,
CttliaUajT f.TllI Irvr'n tfi 'u'1' ntm.aann.im
Trrr new caes of rholera developed on
the 3d at the .Now York City sjuaranUno.
FourtKi cQ'-i-s Wi-re under treatment,
l)vsixt it AKCasce. leading miiiers of
Hicbniond, Va.. have male an assignment
with heavy liabilities. Local creditors are
seared ! 14
A si'mbek of Crow Indians, ofter return
ing to their reservation m Mmana from an
expedition ajfainst the Piocans, bocameae
nafrt and tired inro the afnev bJiidings.
Troops rcportbd tht s.tuwtson ftur.oiis on
Tub case of the Cl.emu-al lianlt of New
York atramct Wiiinim Kiafane Kgers in
the United KtuUs I'oiirt at Ban Francmno
has been pi-aciicaiiy ruld o-t under tbe
statute of inn, tat ions.
Y.rnos ft n hkam, deitlrs in cotton, wool
and hides, 1 Cliff street, New Yoik. hae
supended. The ttrm ai-o did humnoss as
I. Efron & Co.. at Kan Antonio, Kl Paso
aud Laredo, Tex., and baltuio, Mexico.
The Canadian propeller Ca.ifnrnla was
lost on Lake Michigan during the gules of
thed. Fourteen persons were drowned.
Other wrecks were r-ported and It waa
thought the storm had been fatal to many
A Bhitih syndica'e, which recently
bought a lai ge tract oi land from ibe Mc
Oregor A Western lUilroad Company, of
ivn. is sensed ol heartless evicuon of
Eijward and Thomns Moran, brothers, of
Ardak. I-k., were f.-nd aapbvx.ated by
gas in a Chicago botd tiie otii.-r day.
I)A!f!EL MiNVINfl Pi.Wrnlurp' nf Va.
Treasury. IS itoorlfd sm r."rn.(r!.1ri
A rzoRo namnd Jeffnt-, who married a
white girl at Hrovri-.low n. Ark., wu. re
cently riddled with bullet by reiabvos of
Ti'e same highwayman who robbed both
stages betwt.eu h.i.;iitr and Kun Angeio,
Tex., recently, robtc-d tiie iaumger out.
going stage again. There wre only tw
mule passengers and tbe robber obtained
(ii.sDsTOKc, in a speech at nawarden re
cently, predi.ttd an earir change in tbe
oonstitution ol Pariiamtai and iht success
of home rule.
Otri(,iL relations hfive hfen sevrred b.
tween France and lh Malu'-iiiic-.
Am alleged idol of Zi.rm.iftt'. uair.i
Bulgaruuliovern;r.t;t! h;i hppn riinvn-ow
and troths buve been seni to the susptcted
ArTEH VicWirtr tho Wilrl PrrtnliftB at Ht
LoUiSOOthe 41 h. the Pit.fl.nt suit rrtx
lelt on the Cmcao A: Alttn railroad foi
OtiVKKNOJt MooNLluiiT. nf Wvomintr. m
timates the popuiatiou cf that Tciritoiy a
Tub Interior lJoi-iitTmei.t h:. ftn.-nU-ii
adhere to the rule a.n-aity m fon-e not U
issue permits to tversi.ti ti, ont.-i tiip. Ir-o.-r
Territory lor h'iutu r, ii-,ini,7, etc, Tne ac
Hon of the depurtinoiu ii 11.11 jentcd by tht
objection 0 ' tie J; i.et s. i
1 Ul L'mtCd htisli-s Q.mi s.ai a.,'d rc'oi.Hr
l.n,(tu ari-e of iuud, lm ut'-d in t ;,c n, ,1.: ,(,
ol MharKey, Iao leui- and Wab
M is., U) calmly ji.fjL-jijs-nt fd ifarh
V.VJ.ijOU, in favor of W.:,ain 11. Tomp-ioii
trustee of the estate of H'-nry Cicwb, o
Jsfi-w York, ag-ii.ul the hi, i-m. Mar.on 4
M'-Uiph, ra w-oiid. Tne intir,' p.tr.L-i o
land was bid in by lhe li unlor) for tue noin
luai puce of lli.wo.
illB aiinul iiiOfitiug of the Now Yorl
Clearing Houhq At'. ut on was bc;d re
cenl'y. The repor; prcseiit'-d "liowcd
.'Junctions dull hi trin i...'t v.'ur nT S.ii;
iilA,:i,H0. Iheio wt-n.-s.xty the u.einber't
of ttie ansociHiion wnn a tolul c.ip.lal act
surplus of tin? -'.. I'm.
i Ji K Uiil.s of the JJ loom nitron l:L 1 Kol.
Mill Company, u-g. lher wuh granenet. .on
taming J.yuo bubhfls of wheat, wen
burned tbe other morning. Losa. s'.uju
nearly covered with insurance 'Im lire U
supiKiscd to Luve onymaicd in tbe dus
JUS alrr Mlur.
Wfos. Mo., OcL 5 Tne h.-viej u-lies,
iot-pt Lyuuiis mine. No. 4, wt.trr cu .jr.J
inera are empiuyed. are on a sUinisU.L,
li.e operaloia and iiiiiiri k irii.g to fit--v.
tacb otbor out. A few iiaiijtrn hie leav i:.;,
cia:mug that tbey ci. tiu t-tj?r cmiwhrrf,
wliilt oiLors come at-U sa thtv 1 u dw bet'
utr in buvier. Looir.ia ana Wattoii. two
operators bere, sav ibey wi.l toi pay inore
tbsui TO ceutsi p r Uiu. Tiie m.nera wuui m
oenta for ndd.txl ioj! J.j.uj, tn, mjU
negroes -.ake fimii j to 1 djv i
ocnlh per ton. 'i ne ivpoi t thai cOni iharu
toeing wudu to employ uioie coioird
miners further uuiiUaiJ 011 good au
thority. WaiUeil wm not al.LW iuq u
jrwes lo wra u iiotu uuun.
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY.
Tho RerrptUa rlivlUrs at St- l.nnl fin
With an hintralou and th Ykl't
lTopht' lard and Hall.
Pt. Loris. 0-L ft. Yeierdays pro
gramme of entertainment to the President
inrbid'Hl a reception, a (Kat ride, a r.do to
the fair grounds, so evening pageant, a ball
and the departure (or Ciiu-ago. At mue
o'clock the President was met at the hotel
by a committee and scoried to the court
house undT the protevt:on of a troop of
aiounted polij. The progf au:m0 fur two
hours was tbe reception of the Commercial
Trareiers' Aociatioa of Ht. Lou it and
such other citizens as could find optor
tunity to nske their way to him in other
words. It was strictly a public reception.
The rotunda nf tbe court house was band
soirely decorated, and from the stp of a
richly curtained paroda the President too
the hand of each man as he passed.
The reception over the President hurried
io his carriage through the side entrance
and was driven to tbe excursion boat, the
"City of hston Kouge," lying at the foot
of Chestnut street. At tho same time Mrs.
Cleveland left the Ltndell HotW and was !
aboard the boat a few minutes later than
the President, and tbeveasol steamed away
down tbe river for a trip to Jefferson bar
racks. The saloon of the vessel was hand
somely adorned with flowers. The United
HtaU'B arsenal band was in attendance.
There between 8" and fJO Invited gueU
on board, including members of the Iro
quois Club ot ChiCHgo and a number ot
prominent Grand Army men. Tbe trip
waa gotten up a relief for the President
and Mrs. Cleveland from the almost con
stant round of receptions and other more or
Iftsa exacting festtvit.es as no re, and in this
regard was a deeded success. Tho boat
ran down stream about eight miles, turned
aud reached the landing sg-tin at i 3u
In the evening the Prv.ica and
Mrs, Cleve'.atiU w:.':lCsed the g-and
street pageant of the e:ied Prophet,
illus' rating by twenty-two floats some
of the eventa of Biblical history, be
ginning with lhe eipjlsion of Lucifer, and
portraying Egypt. an cjpuvny, scenes ot
the Exodus, tbo Philistines, the propnets.
vents ot Daniel's, Jonah's and Josiah s
life and war scenes and ending with the
famous Be.shaizer feast. Tne procession
moved without interruption and was aoout
an hour in passing. Through its length it
was illuminated witn colored lights besides
the glare from the hundred thousand gas
jets especially erected tor the carnival.
The crowds along the line of march were
very dense From Fourth to Hjnb streets
along Washington was a mass of humanity
leaving scarcely room enough for tbe floats
At nine o'clock the last car had passed
the Lindcll Hotel balconr and tne Presi
deut and Mra. Cleveland were imnMdiat"!y
conTeyed to the Merchants' Exchange
building, in the great ball of which was
held the Veded Prophets ball. They were
rroeived in the library room, which had
escorted to vie ball-room, Mr. Frank
Ouiennia, president of the Exchange, and
Mayor Francis leading, and President and
Mrs. Cleveland inituediaU'ly behind, fol
lowed by members of the reception (
mi t tee and their wives. A trumpet call
iiaiaiiea tneir approat-Q anj thy passed
around tbe Luil to the music of "iiail to the
Chief." At the center of tho north enj
upon a plat torm were sat for the Fr.
dent and bis wife. Mayor Francis and his
wile, and Mr. Uaienme and his wife. At
the honored guests were seated the auli
enceof ladies and gentlemen, in full drwa
costume, rounuiy applauded.
MISSOURI STATE NKVS,
Huph de Payon Ciiimand'TV. Knights
rempiar, hr bwn instituted at St. Jnaeuu.
It has the finest outfit of paraphern ilia of
any cominndry fn the West, which cost
Henry Hanley, Ht. Lonls bnrqe owner,
whose safe was broken op?n and robtd of
imK) not long since. miMMcioned one of
his former employes, followed him to Kan
sas City and secured bis arreit. The
rreitod man made a full confesiion, aud
was taken to Ht. Louis.
The TnitedHtatei Circuit Court is in ies-
sion at Kt. Joeph.
lne ra.irads carried nar!v 140.000 dao
dIq iuVw Louis during encampment
With the departure of tbe bloe coats
froi. rit. Lonisj came tho pn-porctioiis f ir
the reception ot the Prfi.detit and Mrs.
Cleveland. The old burg is just kept
Tbe rain in St. Louis wot the boys down
a hit and dampened their spirits some
what; but whn the order was given to
fall in, notwithstanding the rain, nearly
eight thousand of tbin took their modi
cint like old rets, that they are.
The Kt, Loais Exiosltion beat the record
last week, one day's attendance going
iiw:raoiy over miny thousand Tisitors,
11 uosnj mn or in era strangers.
ine trades' pageant at Ht. Louis, which
iwjg piace during Encampment week,
was pronounced splendid by the great
crowaa woo saw it.
A derrick Ml at the maltbomte of Lemn's
r,rery in Hi. Loais a tux daya ego and
killed one workmau and injured live others,
urm ui wuom uas since aiea.
The nut crop ia a Ivjuntiful one this var.
arm, actorujrig to trie ow NUperstitlon, this
ti an indication of ujucq snow and oold
either next wfnttT.
Jack Lempiey. at Kansas Citv. a noto.
nous young ruffian, was snnti'nd to
st-Ten years In tbe penitentiary for as
saulting William Lewis with a knife, and
had three more years added to his sen
tence for shooting P-diee Otlicer Register,
snomly wounding him.
E. K. llcra, cf hav ( our.tv. the well.
kn- w n importer and breeds of iin cattle.
recently bt sixty bead of stfR-k br some
teeiihar dnnate. Amona the Jut was a
line imported bull that cost
Mrs. Warv L Haiv. wife of Hor T. V
Haley of the First Christian Churrh of
Kan-ias Citv, (rmrlr of Kt. Louia. and
mother of T. P. Haley, Jr., of the Kt. Louis
h'-m.cal Company, died at ber home In
KannasCitya f-w dayi ago of chronio
ennstjon of the liv-r.
A tmrrltr arrived in Kt. Jeph from
rtftlt I.nlte a few days ao that attrafted
K"n-ral attention, H wma Frlti Htetsen-ni-ysr,
a leading nwnliHr of the .M .riiioa
' inuoh, and with him were his five wives,
Tiny were on their way to Germany. One
f th wives weighed ott three hundred
lMinds, and was utterly unable to move
ar' tind thft car.
Whd Janus Huston, living In Knnsas
f iy, was sitting on hi purch a few days
gi. Henry Uk-ihii apjeared, and Hustm
a- ' U-ed hirn of tauieriug with tbe af
ft t, ons of his bou-keeper, Jan Martin.
A quarrel ensued, when Loomis drew a
laige kmfe and lUiiUd Htitm in ths
ndw, inflirting a probably fatal wound.
Aftr examining petitions containing
ths names of ovr !) vteri, the Uadison
County Court ordered an !( ion under
the L al Outiou law for October Vti.
Mr. Andnrion, a countryman, refrtd
t" tb Kanoas ( ity poll a few days a o
Ibat while he was paauig throiikbthe
heart of the butine (.action of tlie city
snd with a enl.ie Hoe on tbe utreet, in
lr-..i lissynght, but during a heavy rain,
be wa sii(.d bt. uouM inuke uj O'ltrry
bv a burly ut-gio, diu.'nd into a brl.kyaid
in ai , t linked alitit u'kjoiiciou and
r.d.i.eil f,rt dollar-. The footpad bad
ii'it bfi'u fouud.
Th - 1 li,,t was S"t off tha lunti.d under
the Id nit at Kansa. City fuw days ago,
and when ihe amoks had cleared away it
tuuui thai th two j si Uus ut woi
every variety of Long
nifn could exchange grotings. The open
iug is 7'- f.H.( long and ftl fret high, and is
n-nrly 1-n) Ut boneath the top of the bluff.
M-v-t of the work has been through rck,
and has employed xlxtv-Hve men furtive
months. The tunnel w ill le used by the
ebvHto.1 railroad, which is principally
owned bv Ht. Louis people.
Wm. W. A'rr r-f T
Uraia ana i'riiattna
8T l4.tTtS, Oct 4
rtrM-rnchsnged: XX. m.W m XXX.
1 . rnmdy. fc 'dSM. I
WnxsT Lower: No. t red. essh, Tn.c bul:
O-tober, December, 7:t. ii; Muy. '.wi
mK Active export d-mat:d; No. 9 vnh
rtdv; CK-ti.tHf, :JK(i-c, Novtmber, a a
r; Muy. 41 SiVtl tC.
Oat llibw tor eah; So. 9 cash. '.Tfl
MSo. Octotwr, 4c bid; N'ovemtier. VlV(c btd
Krs In rood shipping demand at Mo.
lAitt ey Nominally utic bangi'd.
PauDUca butter, sternly; eresmenr. )u.?-i!).
bsirv, l&.sjOa t',gg sternly at MSitlo.
PKovitttDtts Pork, small lotsl4.7i; stnndnnl
itifs, lis W. Lard. scane and firm at Cti t'-vt
4. Dry salt mens shoulders, e.U'iii.u."ii
extra inng, r n:. Hams, quiet at IlK.UOiiH.UU
WHirtKV-Ntesdy at II U6.
Catti.1 Kaslerj fair to choice heavy native
teers, w so.Ty; oulcners steers, sa mq.i.
8uiKP Strong; fair to fancy, tk.uod.a.a
lambs. mity -
Hooa flower; choice heavy and batchers' se
lections, Ki&4-SUi packing and Yorktrs, tJ..
cniCAoa Oct. 1
Whkat Lower; No. spring, tKJkavOo; N
I apnnjf, Wc; No. red, Tio.
Cohn Declined; No . "t,a.
Oats Steady for cash. No. , Vx
Kve No K- c.
Uauijt-No. , Me.
Phkouck liuttcr, Arm: creamery, IflHOIc:
.lalry, 16ilSKi. fcgg, Brm; fresh oortbern, l.u
PaoTtio! Pork. mess, lira Lird, WM.
Short rib sides tooie, 5.T5. lry suited sboul
lers. boed, tt 43. short eiear sidus, boxed,
WHisay Distniers flnlshert goods, fl.io.
OATTi.a Rtesyiy ; ahlpplnff steers, aM.ri4.73;
stockers and feedora. tl e'irt WV
Bnasr Slow; common lower; natives. Ili.na
.(); western. .l.lua; lumbs, H.'io-Wi.lp-.
li.xja bteady; mixed. 73; heavy, H,)
NKW YOnn Oft. 4.
PtorB Rteafly: superfine, TiW'i'i.w; ct,m
mon to pood extra western and state, H.tir;a
iu; common to choice extra HL Louis, m.uu
WmtAT Htetidy and In fair demand; No.
ChlcasTo. (Jimmc; No. 1 hiird. htc delivered,
iec;unn.dedred,SHaMe; No. i red, SlUic
ictober. so'iiVlHc; November, HI V1 TdOo
lleeerntNT. Kl l-liiVi'i1ie; May, WWlNHO.
Cokk fiteudy; ungraded, BirTfcWc; No. t,
VTl.'tKSc; October, 5146tMe; November.
:u fil.'ic; Uccember, lUaloi May,
Oats A shade higher; mixed western, 834 d
US'": while no, iiVi-Rkj.
fRonrce-Hutter. firm on fine st.-.k; wett
era, W'V.'fte; wet.tem creamery, gj,a,
3rm and tn fair d nii.nd. western, liVlo.
pHovntioNS pork, quiet and barely steady;
aie,, lu.riOaxll.Ta for uld and l;.. iVlA .v for
ie. Cut mean dud and woiik; pb-klvd
h'tilil-r. So; pukled hums. IHUn. Lard,
ui etetu sieam liuot, stj.o; city steam.
1'ATTi.E Dill: common lo prime native
t'' rs stiid at to.W 5.j; extra do., s'j.au4x5.au;
l-jtiH iinu Colorado steers w i(ia..
811 KKe Lxm-inely dull lor common and or
l!ij.iry -heep, steady for good; aheup, sVj.
I 'in; UmtK (-Ulottii DO.
hoxi Very unlet lor live houi al aS.UOQJi.Mi
ibout JOJ weatern pig- at fc.UX
Kansas crrr. Oct. 4.
Fi-otra Firm; XX, Tho; XXX fSorfjr-V; family,
Koiiiltfi; ctiomw, litil.r; fancy, J.Vt.5g;
mm fimcy, l asi wi, putent, ) h; rye,
II .f tr.H VJL
Whkat Steady; No. soft winter, cash, Mo
united; October, tW'c bid; Noveuiber, ftc bid;
May, 7 'ic.
Cukn titeady and dull; Nn. S, rush, W4o
bid, -VWo Hhkid; Octouer, '.'(, 0 bid, aj',o
ake.l; NoveuilM-r, :vso; Jiewmber, .He bid;
me yar. Mv bid, se ankt'd; May, mc bid,
ic asked. No. white, coh, 97c.
Oats No. icasb. fc bid; October, ifl'ic hid,
&c asked; November, vtv bid; May, ktjo
bid. nc aaked.
atb-Xo. k oash, 4o bid; October, v
FHODrCK-Butter. Steady; ereamerv. tnnrv.
IVd. tKi one dairy, Ae: store packed,
choice, l-il-tc. F-irgs. Ilrm at lc.
Pmviaiora Hwna e.ugr cured), ll'ic:
breaktuM bacon, HHc; dried beet o; vlt'af
nb sides ismoked, :s4u, loua olear aid s.
;; thouiders. O.Wj abort clenr aides, ffuu;
mess pork. 113.00; tierce lard, -
CATTl.lt Steady for good. Door not wuntert:
atma, si nH(jsu.; buWuer-, ai.Vtxa.lu; auiu
SnaEP In fair demand; salos at tot.iaTH.m.
UiMib O)ood d-ibiiiid; uauklusi ami iliinntim
Probate Court Is lo session tills week
and Judge Banister Is attending; to
business with neatness and dispatch.
Hevler Si Limerick's lumber yard
made a narrow escape from beiug
burned during the Ore at Dr. Jacobs'
stable, but by spreading blankets or
tbe front and keeping tbem wet It was
Isaac Kays handed in his resignation
on Monday to the County Court as jus
tlce of the peace for the Tinney's
Urove end of Grape (Jrovs township,
which waa accepted and Rev. W. l
Fortune appointed In bis place
Head the card of Dr. Adams, of Iowa
in this issue. His system of practice
has met with a gratifying success in
tills county, and if you are sick you
s'lould give him a trial. Iteud what
tbe card says.
i. A. Matttiews tuok the fl corn
premium ottered by the Uiuiiuuni:
Iik.moi hat at Lawson Fair and gut
his caab for It. The Dkmochat was
the only paper In the county with en
terprise enough about it to oiler a spe
cial premium this fall.
Did you get a chain, sieve buttons.
or a watch from the Jewelry fakir
yesterday ' If you got bit In the trade
whose fait Is it y He came here for
soccers and be caught several of them
aud went away a much richer man.
J. C. Turnage called yesterday and
left copy for the minutes of the New
(iarden Itegular Kaptlst Association
to bave printed. We bave ordered new
type expressly for this work, and pro
pose to improve on any pamphlet work
ever put up tn the town.
The Wbitmer Livery hj., have a bio-
well and force pump io the rear of their
livery siauie, on xuoruion avenue,
which is supplied with bose for wash
ing buggies. This almie proved a
boon 011 Wednesday evening during
the burning of Dr. Jacobs' stable, as it
was the only thing that could possibly
have saved the stable from burning.
If we can't bave water works let us
) ve mora wells aud more loroenuuipi.
"WILD WEST SHOW,"
Did not create a (.renter Sensation than the one
in this section, caused by the GREAT REVOLUTION, In
tho DRYGOODS, CLOTHING and GROCERY business,
J. C. BUOWH Mercantilo Company.
-NOW IS YOUR CUANCE!-
They have everything you require 1 11 floods for
J all and U inter wear, laet them see your tsinilln
t oiii.teiiaiK o belore it is too late.
1-ollow the crowd and you will not miss tho
place where you ct the
Full Value of Your Dollar.
I. F. IcDOIALD k SOI,
PFALL ARID WINTER STOCKS
Is now open for inspection, and will make ns maiiv'frleiids
and sell 011 its merits any time. AVe corn! tally Invite all
our friends and acquaintances, who buy gxods In
lilchmoud, to call early and allow us to show you
through, as we propose to let
The Goods and the Prices Talk.
In our stock are tbe Newest Xoveltics in woolen Dress Coods
SiMvS, Vki.vets, Via suks, Tkimmings, Duttons, IJkaios, and
anything nsuall kept In a l irst Class Dry Goods store.
Short Wraps, Raglans, Jackets, Misses and Chil
drens Cloaks at Lowest Living Prices,
On Sunday last llev. Keverengen
united in marriage J. L. I.inney, mer-
cnam at Oeoreville, and Miss C off
man, of that vicinity. The newly mar
ried couple have gone to Oseola,ln this
state, on a visit to relatives. May their
cup of happiness always be full, and
no adverse clouds ever overshadow
their married life.
Daniel Flvnn, who has been doing
blacksmith work for Clay Hurgess, for
some months past, concluded tbe first
of the week to take his family to Chil
licothe, but got on a hiah old
on local option before be left. While
iu mis condition lie boarded the west
hound passenger train on the St. Louis
ot. josepn railroad Monday evening
out bad proceeded but a little way
hen be fell oil all in a lump, near the
ounuary. jia was not much hurt
lowever, and after a night's carousal
(oi on next morning. How far be got
s not known here, as be bad his alco
10I with him, and was diinkino- it
The all absorbing iiuvstiun now is:
Who Mill sell our School Hunks hiiiI
School Supplies TUlCCIIEAl'JJS'r
Any one can answer that
L. MEGEDE & SOX-
Money saved is aioncy made, there
fore come to us if you need anything
in School Hooks, bchool Supplies,
Hlank Hooks, Liift Hooks, Albums,
Scrap Hooks, School Crayons, etc.
We guarantee too that uo linn in
Ray county can Undersell L's. We
mtaii just what we say.
We can furnish you anything in
tho Hook or Stationery Line, lioin a
I'cn l'oint to a Wetieters Unabridged
Dictionary, Send your ululdreu to
us to be outfitted lor school
Kmneinber wo have what vou want
at prices that cannot be beat iu L'ay
uuuuijr. .uuy 01 us aim save money.
VVatulies; Clocks. Jewell v. ami Sil.
verwaru, Hooks and Stationery,
Wall Paper, window Cur
tains, Musical Instru
ments, Pocket and
TABLE CUTLERY, PICTUHE FRAMES, TOYS,
STRAUBE & 80N.
Proprietors Halu Street Meal Market
Vfe are now furnishing ths best meats
ol all kinds, and will niaka aud sell
sausage, head-cheuso, Ac In Mason. We
buy only the best ol auimals, butcher
tbem carefully and bandU olouly. We
us a oontwuaUoa of the patronage of
Ul DttbUft, (- -(f
ARRIVAL IN LONDON
Please Call ESarly-
IWl v sovn in Kansas City is now
upon our counters.
Marked at the Lowest Prices ever
named for Goods of equal value.
Encouraged by our largely ;increased sales of
tho piust year our third in business in Kansas City
which have placed us at the head of tho Clothing
Trade in the Great West, we have inaugurated our
third year by oflering a really wonderful stock of
Heavy. Weight Clothing for Men.Boys and Children,
wonderful in size, wonderful in quality and wonder
ful in price. We have made a specialty of Suits or
Overcoats fur tho fine trade for young men, and our
workshops have produced hundreds of beautiful gar
ment which for elegance, style, finish and fit are
fully equal to the best work of custom tailors, while
we guarantee tho price to be one-third less. Wo
carry a lull line of medium aud low-priced goods, all
Xew, in tlie Latest Styles, and Well JIade, and
guarantee better Bargains than are offered by any
fillmi Imltu'i W.i 1.. ..... A 1 '111 . .
..v.aw ,cuo nuiueatin enouuy or trasli,
but in l'lRST-CLASS GOODS, courteous treat,
ment and tho
LC WEST PIUCE3 WE STILL LEAD THEM ALL.
COME AXDISEE US!
W. W. MORGAN & CO.
Oiio-Price Clothiers, Hitters and Furnishers,
l(0!)and MA IX STUEUT,
Handsomest, Finest and