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THE FLOOD THAT LEADS to FORTUNE.
YE3, the Laggard in progressive times, will find "Jordon a hard road to travel." "Active, vigilant merchants make
things hum," they don t wait "until tho well runs dry '' but tako uncrgetic advantage of all seasoniv and ILow l'KIt'ES.
Yes, we are offerring everything in ur lino at 3VtoX'V'C5lOTJLS IjCD"Vv" PliCOS,
Consisting of Ladies and Genta
aOLAJ and. Silver
Chaius, Lockets, Charms. Ladies
(iold Rings, Nock Chains, Brace,
lets, sets Gold and Diamond
Drops, Breast Tins, Collar
and Cutf Buttons, &c, &a
Termor and Salt. Individual
that. re not mentioned, and we
Bemember everything is warranted to bo as represented,
Tost OlIIcc lluldliijr,
Cheap Farms !
685 Acres of Fine Land at Your
The J. H. Anderson Estate Must be Closed.
This land is located in the Missouri Biver bottom, lisiy county, and
includes some of the finest farm land in the county.
In order to close the above named estate this land will be sold at
prices too low to be mentioned in public print. IT ML' ST BIS .SOLD.
EXAMINE ITS LOCATION.
215 acres, improved Section 3, Township 51, ltmgo 'i7.
00 " " " 9, " 01, "
(10 " unimproved 30, " 6i, M
S3 " improved " 31, " 5i, " -''i.
100 " " 13, ," 01, " S!'i.
35 " timber !i4, " 51, " Vo.
For particulars apply to Josso Murray, two miles cast of liichmond,
or Lavolock & Lavolock, Hichmond, Mo. Mr. Murray will siiuw you the
land and sell it in trauts to suit purchasers.
Apply at once This land must be closed out,
E. S. GOSISTEY, 35xr.
The New Steam Laundry is now open ami
ready lor business. Themaehiuery and aj.
aratiis is all new and lirst-class and we can
tlo as good work as can be done anywhere.
(jive us a trial and be coiiAiuced.
KEID & DUNLOP, Proprietors.
OIU EW H1LKM fOB 17.
lit. Nutiiihu In the shape of advertising
g(M in 1 IthK.
ad. All u tut nary notices over ten lines, and all
resolutions of rt. sK'Cl, 0 centa per Hue.
ad. All trrtiitH iiL local iv ceii u pur line first
liist-rtiuii, mid O ucuitt pur hue each subsequent
4 m. l.fivl advertising at ntalute ratea
per ttiiiure ol eijtlil Iuk-h uonpiirit-l Ulils type).
6th. All job work cahii um lKLavajtk. luis
ltuie will be M1HH H.V aUhereil to.
.early inlvirlising : Ouw Inch, 910; quarter
ooluiiiu, 4t; hJtl column, uue ouiuinu, lJ.
IwlUJUll 6 lUillvft iu length .
ST. J. & ST. L R. B.
Now In Effect.
Colli rurlhef oting, lbs trains wlllsrrlYs
ana ueuwi aiou";
No. 2. New York LuuiUMi lUily accept
Biuular " V. i"
J)o. t. AtlnUsKx. " u p. m.
So, ii, nnsiAuailjsxoptSuiidaj 1 U p. 11.
No. 8 Ktiet Line dmly eopt Huodsy S SO p. m.
NO. , J'HUBI! fc.lUlly , !
ho. ii. tuiglit, d'u oxoapt Sunday tttta.lu.
M. TA1X, Annul.
Ont Fart For Round Trips.
nn vriiinv'i unrt Sunday's tickets will
be sold at une lure for the round trips
to any point on the Sit. Louis & tit Joe
11. it. liuiiteu w use un uty ui
iii-tl M. Tait, Agent.
BnckleD'a Arnica Halve.
Tim host aalve la the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, totter, chappea lianas, eniiDiains,
corns, and .kin eruptions; and positively
cures piles, or no pay required. It Is
(tuarauteed to give perleot saUslactlon,
or money relundod. 1'rioo IS oenta pel
box. Sold by J. U. Taylor. S3-T
An NO Are t arm tor Hala.
t i.o. kii urra of extra stood land.
lying two aud one-half wiles due north
of Camden, good frame house, rooms,
good outbuildlugSpgood young orchard
and never falling spring of water ; also
a well at door. Laud la fresh and un
derlaid with two line veins of coal.
Come and see It.
A. T. Myeiis.
Regular examinations of applicants
for teachers certuicate will be held In
Uluhmond on the fourth Saturday In
Jefferson City Tribune : " I he defeat
of local option In Lafayette county Is
another evidence that prohibition la
not populur in democratlo localities."
Attend the special sale ot overcoats
and cloaks next week at llrowu's.
MiasMayuie ISayre, daughter of our
former fellow citizen C. D. Bayre, was
married at the home of her parents, In
Albeniuerke, New Mexico, on Thurs
day lost, to Ur. Miles 13. Light, Jr, of
bedan, Kansas. The new married
couple arrived here on tsunday morn
ing and are spending a few days with
the bride's grand father Mr. . tipear.
We congratulate the happy pair on this
step and hope' they may never have
cause to regret the day they 11 rat met.
Miss Grace Uezlep and an excellent
company of popular actors at Mosby's
Opera House, all next week.
T. I). Woodson, of this eity went up
to Liberty one day Uit week, lie says
that it is a very dull town and busi
ness seems to be dead there.
(let your turkey fat by November
2 llh. as that la the day named for
Tbauki'gtv ing this year. In Uay county
we have abuudeut cause to be thank
ful aa nutate lias smiled on us and our
farmers have bountiful crops, aud we
are assured that me won is a long way
from our doors. Yes let us all be fer
y gut In thanksgiving.
of the latest style, Fine Toilet Sets, Jewel Caskets, Card Stands, Cologne Stands Sil
is Fruit Knives, Nut Ticks and Cracks, &r, &c, We ha e many articles in Stocl
1 .... IT.,.,. U t ... .1. W ..it aava All fnfinv nn iltmAa
ask everv one to call and too
cry one to can ana t
. . K ,i i
A PtRiion Fraud.
Iu the St. Louis llt'publicau of yes
terday, under the head of asuiuglon
City .News, we hud the following ac
count of the doii.gsof John AIhsju, a
well known cilueu of Albany iu lui
lu April. 18M. the peudiiiK pension
claim ul Juun Uuoliu' iuow tui Xnos.
rV. lluoliu, private uo. 1. bixlli Aiianuu-
rt eavalry ui Oinck, iiay uuuuiy, iw..
thereon. Certaiu cucuuisiaiiccd ltd iu
a suspicion at the peusiou uuieau Lut
the uaim was crooked. I'ajuieui a
suspended and special examiner Uoi-
Drailh was directed to luorouguiy ..it
me lacl involved, xuis acnou iouiit.u
in the discovery that Jane iiou.iu i
mytu, that me soiuier Has hiind ij.
October, KMt, aud mat he ai.tii
married. It was furtuer slioou
one John Alasou of Uriica, lo., con
ceived and perpetrated the liauu. ile
lug a notary public be was enuulea to
operate without couiedeiaiej. en.ee ji,
that possimy he procured aoiue Wun.n
to ko betore the clerk ul the cjuui,
court aud personate Jaue Dooiiu wheu
the ongliiUl declaration lor pension
waa executed, lo prove the marriage
of the mythical Jaue lo the soldier, he
forged the certiiicale ot the recoidir
for Kay county, Mo., aud lixed his seal
of otliue thereto. hen the vuucheis
and checks came to toe postoilice ad
dress of the supposed wtdow.Masou re
ceived them, executed the Vouchers be
fore himself as notary and ailixed the
signature of the alleged widow to both
vouchers and checks. Uy this lueaus
he managed to secure the payment uu
the cerllucale Irom the allowance ul
the claim down to Murch i, Iboti, wheu
he ceased to draw, lbs proof being
plaiu aud conclusive, and the grand
jury being in session, the case was at
once brought lo that body. An indict
ment was promptly found against Ma
son for forgery, aud for ptueutiug a
false and fraudulent Claim. Uu the
Hist lnstaut he adduiitled his guilt and
now proposes to make retuuuiuent ul
fi!7 iU, the amount ot peusiou money
uiegany uuiaiueu in inia claim.
Attend the Ovehcoat and Cloak
sale, at UiiowVs next week.
There will be preaching at the new
house of worship on Lexington uud
College streets next Lords day Oct. aotli
The publio are invited to attend. Ser
vices at 11 o'clock aud 7:30 at night,
X. H. I'tKLtn.
OLD METTLE KM.
We add below the names of a few of
the old settlers ot Itay county, obtain
ed since our last Issue. OUitrs will
follow as we get them:
Col. J as. w. Black, age 69, in Ituy
county SU yearn, a nalive ot Vtrgima.
W. W. Mosby, age 63, in the county
and state 69 years, a native of Ken
Joseph E. Black, age 35, in the coun
ty S3 years, native of Viigluia.
It. B.Kice,age 50,ln the state 49 years
nalive of Indiana.
W. 1 Weatheriugton, ago M, In the
CO inty 47 years, native of Virginia.
W. T. Tisdale, age HI, beeu in the
cainty 6a years, a native ot Louisa
CO inty, Virginia.
Jas. L-Farrls, age 61, In the couutj
81 years, native of Kentucky.
Win. H. Jackson, age 6u, a native of
Maurice C. Jacobs, age 4U, native of
Richmond, Kay county.
Wra. Crone, age 07. in Ray county 83
years, native of Kentucky.
Thos. D. Woodson, age 3 years, in
Missouri 30 years, native of Hart coun
Jno. U. Urown, age 63, u native of
Cloaks and Milling,
Miss Lou Ford tells us that her stock
ot Millinery, notions aud cloaks Is toi
ler and ulcer thau It Las ever beeu, and
she can suit the wants of all who call
she has the goods that suit the ladies
and all she aski Is an exauiluatlou of
styles and prices, II they do this tbey
ate sure to buy.
Gold. Silver and Stoel Spectacles and Eve Glasses, In
Silver "Wctx-e !
We have a Large Line, consisting of Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Napkin Rings, Syrup Cups, Spoon holders, Butter Dish
es, Silver Tea Sets, Cake liaakeU, Berry Dishes,
Fruit Dishes, Celery Dishes, Nut Bowls, Tilting
Water sets, Goblet Casters Tickle Casters
Mustache Cups and Ha teen, Mugs,
our Excellent Stock. We can
' i .1.. fl nnl I 1-wU wmrlr. iMinLfmil ff una na
Our merchants all had a big day last
SaBurday, especially those who adver
tise in the Democrat.
Attend the special sale of overcoats
anJ cloaks next week at
When all the rest of the world Is bore
lug (or gas, why don't we have some
thing of the kind In Richmond ?
Rather a tough cold snap to catch a
man without his flannels.but we never
don ours until November, no matter
how cold the weather gets.
Rev. Mr. Cook, of Jgrange, Mis
souri, preached at the Baptist church
in this pi ace last Sunday. He was vis
iting his daughter Mrs. btone, wife of
Mr. J. It. Hemming called on Tues
day on bis way from Knoxville, to
Urayson, In Clinton county where he
goes to accept a position In a dry goods
James Murrin, agent tor the Camp
bell l'ress Co., at Kansas City, called
yesterday to sell us a new press. As
ours is in excellent working order we
did not buy.
Our good looking and popular young
friend John II. btone, of north Ray.
was uot married to a widow lady of
I'olojast week as reported by the Ham
ilton News-Uraphlc but is still a lone
bachelor. lie is deserving of a good
wife aud we hope to bear that be bas
secured one soon.
Mr. I). Iieitricb of the Excelsior
Springs Laundry came down on Tues
day to put the new Scotch Steam
Laundry at this place to going in good
shape and the boys are now ready for
business and should be encouraged.
Richmond bas long needed a laundry
and now that they have one that is
tlrst class they should patronize It.
Dmm I Wall la Leaf.
Our men's overcoats at 84 60 beats
anything ever shown In this section for
J. C. Hnwo.N Mercantile Co.
The following of our citizens took
advantage of the cheap railroad fare
and visited the St. Louis Exposition
last v erk. Mrs. Jos. Hughes, Mrs.C. J.
Hughes, Mrs. Geo. Hughes, Mrs. C. B.
Hughes, Mrs. Rucker, 11. J. Menefee
and wire, Mrs. i aunle Lwing, miss
Mary Bassett, Miss Rosa MoMurtry,
Mrs. T. U. Bogie, and Rector Bogle.
u courts all were Immensely pleased.
The St. Louis aud St. Joseph Rail
way hare graded their yards at this
place with slake from the coal mines.
.mil they are now in excellent condi
tion. This company has also about
completed the work of lowering tbeii
tiAckn and side tracks at R.andL.
Junction to correspond with the tack
ot the Santa I'e road at that point
1 he latter road paid the expense of
this work. The St. Louis and SU Jo
seph road Is now in first-class order.
Regular HCvrm staffers.
Our men's overcoats with plush col
lars and cuffs for KB 60, would be cheap
at sU UU, J. C. BiiowN Mercantile Co,
The letter of B. I'. IMvis.from Idaho,
which we print la this Issue does not
give a llattering account ot tbe term
ing prospect in that far oft country.
lu a private note be intimates that his
due short horns taken from Missouri,
failed to create a sensation in that
country, and probably would rate In
price with common scrubs. It Is a very
plain case that be is not pleased In that
far not th western land. The man who
bas a good borne in Ray county stands
very much In bis own light, when be
sells it to better bis condition In some
We received a substantial call from
J. B. Stienk, the poultry man at Nor-
borne, on Saturday last, for which he
has our tuauks. He Is a sub-agent for
the 1'atrons Home Insurance Company
ot Ray county, aud was here to attend
a meeting of the same. From him we
learn that he had recently shipped a
pur of Que chickens to Silver City,
New Mexico, to A. 11, Morebead. He
also sold Juo. A. Uaynes the line trio
of Brown Leghorns which are now tbe
premium chickens. He will send you
an illustrated catalogue free and can
iuruish you pure strains ot tbe finest
poultry uiai are to oe round in this
The Brown Mercantile Co., of sell
ing 6c, 10c, and 25j goods 60 per cent,
cheaper than any dealer In Richmond.
Messrs. W. U. Fitch and Jno. F. Har
rison, representatives of tbe I'atrons
Home Insurance Company of Ray
county, called on Saturday last to have
au advertisement of tbe same Inserted
in the paper. This company Is oonbned
to Ray county, and only takes risks on
property outside the Incorporated
towns. They now bave 31b policies In
existence aud are taking more every
day. it is strictly mutual and furnish
es a safe and cheap Insurance for farm
ers, as so far tbe cost of Insurance bas
uecu light and every loss baa been
promptly met. Farmers patronize
your own company.
Two men were brought here by Con
stable lireer ot Camden last week and
placed lu jad on the charge of high
way rubbery committed on the person
ot i nines, aiaioy. rueir name are
Jack Itaiferty and Robt. Mitchell and
they are charged with going through
Maluy uu the highway. Tbey were ta
ken back uu Ihuruday and bad a bear
ing beloie bquue Evans, who lined
tneiu each to aud costs. Rafferty paid
ins hue aud ft out free, but Mitchell
could uot, or would not liquidate aud
was biuugUl to the Hotel ue illvubias,
vtheie he remains to meditate ou me
haid ways mat come to the trausgres
sur. 11 it was really a ease of highway
rouoei y iiie puuauy imposeu was rath
er lignu If it waa uot a case ot that
ktud the boys should bave gout tree,
save Ju money on Goods.
IS i Cloak Trade.
Miss Lou Ford bas bad a rushing
cloak bade this fall and has just sent
an order to Chicago for another lot.
She can beat all ber competitors in
quality and low prices. If you are go
ing to toy a cloak, see her stock,
That our U M overcoat for men can
not be d tplleatedelsewher for less than
10. J. C. BaowN Mercantile Co.
Mosby's big thermometer marked
four derrreee batow tbe freezing point
on Mon lay mourning last.
TheBsotch Steam Laundry Is now
ready fx business. They bave Orst
class n aohlnery and propose to do
first clai s work, (live them your pat
Theatre all next week at Mosby's
Opera Bouse. An excellent troupe and
at the p tpular prices of 10 and 20 cents.
Everybody can otord logo and enjoy
Tbe lsll for the New Church of
Christ at the comer of Lexington avi
nue and College streets bas arrived
and In d ue season will be put In posi
tion. Tie bell la Brat class.
VnurLdrnv A Son comnlntH fio
additioi to tbs colored school building
In the e.iat part of tbe city, last week
and tun ed it over to the school board
and re Ived tbs cash therefor. It Is a
satlsfaci ory Job.
"Clasi sd among tbe wonders of the
world." The Immense bargains in 6.
10 and ) 6c goods at Bkown's.
The ff Uowins- marriaire liraniuw 1
been las led since our last report:
J. W. Vanveter and Mary F. Hardin.
J. 1'. 1 arwater aud Erla A. Rowland
J. T. llatbena and Amanda Lasure,
Geo. t. Uoe and Mattie E. Woods
Work on tbs oollese buildinn is h.
Ing pushed as rapidly as possible. Tbe
frame w ork for tbe roof Is going up
this wet k. and doubtless In a varv hnrt
time tbi bouse will be under cover.
Tbs cor tractors were to bave It done
bv the fl rot ot December, but itlru.k.
now as i t that would be impossible.
Louis Littmann. tbe well k nnwn
clotbeir. Is, ws regret to say, conllned
to bis U d from a severe attack of ton
si let us. His throat swelled to such an
alarming extent that the physicians
thought there was great danger of stop
ping uu air passage, consequently it
was laieaa o xuesoay last, since
which ti sis be has been urnwinn hot
ter, and ws bops to see him on our
streets again at an early day. His
children are also sick with favar and
tbe little girl that bad dtptheria lo St.
Louis a tew wests since, Is again In a
critical condition. The family are Just
now sorely afflicted.
A A-Ml rroal loano,
Gransbvuxs, Idaho, Oct. 12, 1887.
EUITCB I) KM OU BAT. I h
that son of my friends In Itay county
were tbi sklng of moving to this part
of Idaho, thinking it a good farming
country. I do not think tnis
class far nlng country. In the urst place
there is no water on bait tbe best lands,
and rou,ih rock or boulders that are
no account crop out In some place, on
every It I acres of land on this prairie.
ins wu isrs are cold and the snow Is
very de in. ths serines are lata, vat
and dlsrcrseabl. and verv often fr,.t
In every month In the year, all tender
plants wars uued witb frost, one
month i go, and ws have had one snow
aud ice one-fourth ot an Inch tbick,
several times this fall, wood Is hauled
for all purposes, from one to tweuty
miles. Times are hard here, money
scarce, l.ut everything sells high, but
It Is not on tbs cash system. There are
great I ambers of wild nonv hra
here, thnt are not & per bead. Tbe
oatue ai good, bogs do well and graze
like she p. If ou cannot raise sheep
here unless you herd them, on accoum
of the olvss and mountain lions aud
other vlld animals, and tbey often
catch your Calves, colls and pigs. W e
nave nu sand rock, no lime stone rick,
no coal, no lime, no salt, no hard nnri
of any 1 Ind. Tbs wood for a wagon
tongue la worth 11 ve dollars, and
all barn wood tor any purpose In
proportion, this brairls is huo fw
above ths level of ths sea, and but one
way 10 nes so it. and that over a ronh
mounts in road, tt miles from r.ew,..
ton, wb'ob Is on Snake river. All the
goods ana groceries are hauled iu
wagons from Lewlston to this place at
aooat or from I to 11.60 per hundred.
Land oliUms can be boua-ht from .-. tn
10 per oere. 1 think tbe Umber culture
afalluribere. I do not think th,..
good ooantrv- Grain not worth tbe
oust or nauiing it to market. Timothy
haylstood, no clover or blue grass
hers to amount to anything, wheat
is good, oats good, barley good, bunch
grass fiir to good, but I think it win
all beg we lu Its years. The ciUseus
ot this (train are brat-class In every
respect, tuey open me doors to their
hearts, bouses and gralnries, to all
new camera, neighbors aud friends
also. 1 think this a very hoalthy coun
try, but I think a stood d.u.r ,,,
do well bera, thsy B, tnat a du0
wiucnargs irom gio to 0 a visit
to this fart ot Uu nrairia un.i i...
notletauedeetorsln Kay see this un
til i na rs urns to leave Idaho. I think
tue mo or us land olalms are for
sale he w, I have met about 76 men
mar, tav olalms, or as tbey are
called bars ranches, and 70 nf h.,n
bave O'-tered to sail ma their run-h.,.
in sboi 1, 1 think that any man that
owns m acres of Uud anywhere be
tween Mis west Una of Kn.,. uh ,.
east 11.-of Missouri, and Is satisfied,
am. iu . uw mors man is or 20 In fain
UJ v ami na WOU1Q an na wall n
his lie Ml woakt dolt I owned 160
seres t sou SMiltul prairie.
Mr. 3. II. Morgan renewed on Satur
day last and lias our thanks.
Men's caps, ll.iunnel-lined,only 2H cts,
Our St. Louis Exposition visitors are
all at home again and glad of It.
Irish potatoes are coming in lively
Atk'iid the special ovehcoat and
cloak sale at lirown s next week.
Major W. X. Ewing of Kansas City
was in tho city yesteiday.
Farmers speak highly of the growing
Boy's heavy winter caps 'M cts., at
Clarence Williams has gone to Hor-
tou, Kansas, on a business trip.
Thomas Malbeua, of Millville, called
on Tuesday and renewed for which be
has our thanks.
Men's all wool shirts or drawers.only
oOcts., at Buown's.
The young folks hnd a euchre party
at the Wassou House ou Tuesday night
Mr. S. A. J.ickson of RockporU Ken
tucky, Is In the city visiting her broth
er T. U. Woodson.
J. C. Brown Mercantile Co., present
a change of ad in this issue. Read the
Mr. Jas. Wliinig;ir and wife, who
live south of town, called Yesterday to
view the mysteries of a printing oilice.
Our old l'rieud Bon llersller called
on Saturday and renewed until No
vember, 1SH3, aud has our thanks.
All wool llauneLuuly 20cts per yard,
Aaron Hove, of Millville called on
Saturday and renewed aud also order
ed the St. Louis Republican. Ue bas
jWm. Rimuier, from theOrrick coun
try, called on Saturday and renewed
for the popular family journal and has
Here we are back to Thursday onrs
more. Now we hope to near u more
complaint about our paper not reach
ing Us destination.
Extra heavy medicated 11 innel, would
be cheap at Hicts, only xicls, at
Rev. (J roves the pastor of the M. .
Church In this city, is at home again,
from in extended trip to Colorado,
much Improved in health.
Tbe letter ot B. F. David, In this Is
sue was wntieu before the big snow
storm swept dowu over that section
the urnt part of this week.
11. A. Mlllaii, rcprtseuitiig Coit Sc
Co., nianulacturesof paint ot all kinds,
in Chicago, called to see us yesteiday.
lie shows up Hue colors.
Prof. L. T. Kirk is In the city shaking
hands with friends uud looking over
the lleld. His sevlces will hardly be
needed at the College before the lint
of the coming year.
The ladies of the Catholic church In
this city will give a supper on Thurs
day, November 2Kb, for the beuelit of
the church, (jot yourself ready for
plenty of oysters.
J. C. Holt, the man who makes those
beautiful ai Uncial stone walks bas
moved bis family here from Sedalla to
make this his homo. His priuciple
helper J. H. Casey also expects to move
here soon. These geutlemen cement
cellars, cisterns and such woik aud
will be a valuable addiliou to our city.
ft'aruier a luslllule.
We are lu receipt of a letter from
Col. C. B. Kavai.augh, of Millville.call
iog attention lu the lact that Secretary
aanborue, of the State Board of Agri
culture is about to announce a series
of Farmer's Institutes, aud requests
from towns desiring these institutes
should be scut biin ut once. The cost
to a town is only ball rent, fuel aud
lights, which will be a mere nominal
sum,aud his suggestion that Richmond
secure one of tnese meetings should
be acted on at ouce. Such a meeting
would be both instructive aud beue-
licial to our farmers. Let us have une.
WeauKKust mat me mayor move in
the matter lu couueciluu with me city
Wanted Two or three good Ironers.
Apply at Scotch stuaiu Lmudry,
north of Iludgiu's House.
Our stock ot books, stationery and
news. This is a spleudid opportunity
to buy a good paying busiuess with a
ready established trade.
For price, terms, &c., call at our
store. Williams Buos.
Cloak.i aud !lllluerjr.
Miss Lou l'ord bas a stack of cloaks
aud miiiiuery cueup.
till Over the Country.
We bear every man woman aud
cbiid say that Richmond Is the town
where to buy Clouds cheap. It cannot
be beat by any other town, but the
most attractive place iu Richmond is
T11K (JllllLNTAL BAZA All,
or the 3 aud 10 cents store, where No
tions, Tinware, Glassware, and Queens-
ware are bought at from 30 to 70 per
cent, less than iu any other store in
auy other store iu northwest Missouri.
Ihink bow much money you saved last
year by patrouizing this store aud go
and do likewise this year. lu-
PATRONS AND FARMERS
RA.Y UOUSTY, MISSOURI
Do a general Farm and Household
Insurance business ill lliu county.
For further iiiiuriiiaMouCall ou either
of the ollicers or tho auut, John L.
Harrison, ittcliiiionU Mo.
E. M. ENDSI.L'V, I'rcsideiit.
W. li- I'l IX 11, hucrrtary
W . F. LANCASTER Tieas.
JOHN L. llAllitlsON,
E. M. EXLWLKV. W. W. WILLIAMS
J VANiltLMl' W FL.VNCAsI Kit
J A Mr..-! IlUt J 1.. UAlWUMIN
W H FILCH ADK1AN GORDON
S V ENLteLKV
Vitaiuitlilc System or Life
The cxtr.mrdin.irv cures wl ich Dili
systtui li eihcivd, have attracted pub
Dr. Aduuis will ili.iuoso your disease
wllhuut cliurtro or wunoui t--intt vou.
Send lock oi Imir ami ihreu i-ceutsiamps
lauug agu auu
All his uitHlk-iui'S are given In Lozenge
form sntl Uu-y etnbrce nil (but Is good
lu all other n.vnteui of practice. Address
Lock box Jul, lUYXM-oar, lows,
30 yards Calico 1 l
2ii yards Calico 1 "
10 yards Hest Calico 10"
All Wool Red Flannel per yard. 2-r
Orey Flannel per l"rd 'r'1
10 yards Unbleached Domestic. . 1 "
111 vaids Bleached Domestic 1 U
.. ' .... ,-..tnn k-iurtnnl . 1 Oil
I yaiua vnw. . - - ,
10 pounds Cotton Batts. 10')
16 yards Linen Crash Toweling.. 1 on
IS yards Check (lingham 1 (i
All o.n.1 VH.I-I1 IH1r IIOllUU
11) yards Dress Brocade J 00
fl..H Mori i:omfortfl
Uood Orey Blankets per pr . .
Cotton v arp vv nue per oaie. . .
Cotton Warp Colors per bale..
Uood jeans per yaiu -i
ivma In and lav in your wlnteri
goods at the Lowest 1'rice you ever
Dakneal & AVOODSOX.
" r g Doubtful Slory,
Th. atnrv ramM f rom Lathrou that
about four months ago Mrs. Lettes, the
if nf a farmer near that place was
m tha irnrrten with her son. when two
,n.t.. u-ira seen llahtiDB. and she told
her son to kill them. Taking the hoef
he mashed both their heads, Mrs. t.et
intontlv watchina biiu all the time.
October 10 twins were born to Mrs.;
r-tto. tha heads of both were 1UI
and resembled those of snakes, while'
thoir forked tonirues shoot out con
stantly. No attempt bas been made
to dress tbe monstrosities, and they
have been kept In separate boxes. The
moment they are put together they
commence to light and shoot out their
tongues in the most horrible manner.
Tbey are at this time alive and well.
havci in slock -IOO Overcoats, all
grades, colors ami prices, which must
be disposed of. We refrain from jiv
ing long discriplion of same, all Ave
have to say Is, if you need an Overcoat
come to see us, wv Avill make it to
your bene! it.
A Good Overcoat for - $2.25
A Gocd Satinett Overcoat for IJ.75.
An Extra Good one for . -i.oO.
All colors, Grayj Brown, Black, and Wine Light
weight, medium weight, heavy weight, lined, unlincd
in fact every kind and UilEAT BARGAINS.
LITTiVlANN, The Klothier.'
RetwApn Mnsbv and
Tayiur'v Urug bLuras.
HERRICK CLOTHING CO.,
REST MADE CLOTHING.
Outfitters to Mankind!
Mens Suits, Trousers and Overcoats.
Ynng Men's Suits, Trousers and Overcoata-
Boy's Suits, Trousers and Overcoats.
Children's Suits, Pants, and Overcoats.
Safe Place to Buy the ubove named.
Money cheerfully Refunded when purchaser is
not satisfied. i'AIR. Eh! Yes, everytimo.
c;ents Furnishing goods. Custom
Suits to Order. Save 25 per cent.
HERRICK CLOTHING CO
Comer HalD Ui 6IH sued BEST PLACE TO TRADE
ltA-iswvw crrv, missouiu.
811 EAST TWELFTH STREET,
KAXSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
WTsIT-i tr rt -r-s
For Liquors of all kinds, quantities and
Trice List, Address,
iill East l-'tli Street, KNaAS CI I V, MO.
-E. M. CLMMNINU & CO.,-
LEA I)IX(J SHOE DEALEUS OE
N. E. Corner 8th and Maia Strets.
Liard, Schober & MUcheH'a make-
Mrire isomer 'Hum I.Ut u htre.
Indies Shoes - $1.50 to S7. .").
Gentlemen's Shoes 1.3( to S.OO.
We Solicit an Inpeutiou of our Stock.
. M, CIENDENING & CD,,
N E COR 8th AND MAIN STREETS.
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
WANT TO BUY CHEAP !
Men's Suits Heavy Weight... .
' All Wool
" M English Worsted..
" " ... 20 00
Pants from -1. oa to 6 00
Overcoats 2 00
Hoys Suits. 2 00
" 3 Si
" Overcoats 3 00
Men's Jeans I 'ants from t l.ty to a 60
White Shirts 60
" Canton Flannel Drawers . 6
" Suspenders 15
" All Wool Red I'ndershirts. 75
" Drawers 75
If you want anything In Clothing or
Furnishing Uoods, now is your time to
buy them C11KA1.
DAKSKAIi Jc WOODSON".
I An Aged Nimroa.
! Judge I.ldretlgfl llurden. of this city,
is among the oldest residents of the
place. He will beeiglity-llve years old
in December next. Lout Monday he
took a little hunt, and in two bonis
shooting he killed twenty birds. This
Is muiksniannlilp which many of the
younger sportsman mav well envy,
while it Is nothing at all uncommon lor
the Judge. Lexington Register.
STRAUBE & SON.
Proprietors Mala Street Meat Market
We are now furnishing the best meats
ot all kinds, and will make and sell
sausage, head-cheese, fto. In season. We
buy only the beat of animals, butcher
them carefully and handle cleanly. Ws
ssk a oontinuitlou of ths patronage of
Ih. pnnllA. 46-tf
and don.t you for
get it, at
rlt -r-i Tea
First Class Oou'h now on K.vlii
bitioa fur tlia
Tbe Principal Manufacturers
of the country repH'beutuil
IN CUK LINE.
Solo Ajrens for
BOOTS S SI LOESG ItO C Eli I S.
Men's Kiplioots i Uu -M i.,JU,s Sugr l 00
" Calf " audio ' Lijrht Ilrown Sugar 100
" Shops 1 2,"j 3 " Coffee 1 00
' Huttoii, laceor ongreKH 2 IK'; "
Ladies' Kip shoo 10" The Lowest Trices on Oro-
" u",,,,n " 1 " ecries ia town-also a Choice
" Front I. ace Shoes 1 'J.'ij
Hoy's Hoots l oo,Xow Slock of QuecMware nd
Youth's Hmiio l '.i Glassware and Table Cutlery,
Hoai!iUarters for Low-IVices on kipjaj 0f PiodllCB bought
lloots and Shoes; stock full ami com-' , ,
, . . allUSyld
p'cto wo will save you money on
every pair you buy. .Want 500 busbeli Potatoes.
Pakneal, iV Woodson. Dakxkal Sc Woonsox.
THE BAIN WAGON
Best Wagon on Wheels
It stands tlu tst where all failed. Tho
sales ol this Famous aon are greater
t hau a uy ot hr. A 1 1 I reiH h lers on t lie plains
want this wanou, and will take no other
when they can yet it.
We also have a lull line of
BUGGIES OF ALL GllADES
Including the celebrated Steel Oear buggy,
the wonder of the world.
Full Stock of llarbcd Wire and lioad
Scrapers always on hand.
The very In st Fine Lumber, Windows,
Doors, Lathes, Lime, Cement, Arc,
always at band at
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Come and see our (!oods, Learn our
Friccs, and then you are sure to buy of us.
Jackson, Patlon & Ilauser.
Buy your Drugs and Notions
DR. M. C JACOBS.
The Leading Druggist In the City.
Stock al ways lull. Drugs always Fresh.
Trices always the Lowest.
Coma in and See for Yourself.
jfij A, D,
Abernathy & 0
CARPETS, FLOOli OIL CLOTHS
Window Shades, Etc., Etc.
As an iteirTof News, wo would inform tho public that
iu our Elegant Hoonn, lLU.jand 1UJ7 Main Street, may
bo foimd tho Newest Designs in Eurnituro for Parlor
Chamber, Hall, Kitchen, Library or Oilice, as well as a
Woek of Carpets consisting of Kiddeminster, Axminster
Moquette, Urussels, Ingrain, Hemp, Linoleum, Canton
Mattings, also Window Shades and such articles of
necessity or luxury as may bo desired in a well regulat
ed household that ever graced Kansas City.
Tho Best Goods and Lowest Prices
Abernathy 4 Doughty
1105, 1107 Main Street,
KANSAS CITY, -C- MISSOURI.
H. O. BURGESS,
The OLDEST FIRM in tho City.
M AN L I' AC ILK Kit UK
FARM AND SPRING WAGONS,
BUGGIES- HARROWS, PLOWS,
SPECIAL, ATTENTION paid to Painting Bug-ies, Wsgocg, 4o.
(lirou to HOItS I'.S tMO K iA ti, iu fsct every tliiug done in tha
Ui'Ht 1'ossiblu uisuuer, by hober auj Knpont-uueJ Worsuiou.
lllio us a Call aud lixaiulno Our Stock and l'rlces
before purckaslii ekunhure.
H. C. DURCESS,