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TIE FLOOD THAT LEADS to FOETUNE.
YE3, tlio Lnggnrd in progressive time, will find "Jordon a hard road to travel." ' Active, vigilant morchanU make
things hum," they don't wait "until the well runs dry but take energetic advantage of all seasons an4 Low 1'ltICES.
Yes,we are oflerring everything in ur lino at IiEct2"VOlO"ULS LiCWf PrlOOS,
Consistinc of Ladies and Gent
GOLD and Silver
Chains, LockeU, Chanrs. Ladies
Gold Kngg, Neck Chains, B race
let.-', gets Gold and Diamond
Drops, Jlrcast Pins, Co lar
and Cull Uuttona, &c,. &c,
Pepper and Salt, Individual Casters of the latest-style, Fine Toilet Bets, Jewel caBKew, u o duj, vwiKne oinu c i
vor Vases Call Bells, Silver Child's Sets, Fruit Knives, Kut Picks and Cracks, &c-, &c, W o have many articles in Stock
that are not mentioned, and we ask every one to call and see our Excellent Stock. V- e can save J u money on Goods.
Bemeraler everything is wai ranted to bo as represented, W eaW do V atch and Clock work.Dont fail to soe us.
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No. n, t'i.Miio hi Uuily B la iu.
Nu. li, Jrtiigiu, ii'u eMpt Sunday 1 4ft a. m.
M. 1 Air. Anit.
' i( , One Far For Round Tripi.
! St On Friday's Mid Sunday's ticket will
(lie sold hi tin. lar fur the round trips
t ' t' any point, uu Hie SL iAuis 6b Ejt Jut)
l; If lin.iiwrl l.i iimm tn rii4v (if HUlfl Olllv
M. 1'AIT, AgeuU
lluritln. Arnlr. KaIva.
Tlie bfrtt SHivetii the world for cuU.
tinukos, tova, uiwrs, mlt rueum, fcvr
Soros, ti-iti r. i hniiptU hands, chllblslus,
eunn, and eiu uruutlons; tnd positively
curn piles, ur no r ' (quired, it 1
Kiurnulnl to iflve . ' S satlstactlon,
or muuoy rBlunilod. .Je 86 oenu pel
box. bold tiy J. U. Taylor. SU-r
An ho Acre ft'.rui fur IUU.
Ilinv'o uvrea of extra good land,
lyinir two and one-huK luileadue uurtn
of Caujuen, fruod lraiue bouse, 6 rooms,
good out biiiliiigs,good youngorcbard
and nuvcr t.uliug suriugot water; also
a well at il'i r. l.aud la fresh and un
acrl.ua Willi two line veins o( coal
Come aud see It. A. T. MYER4.
' 'Xotira to Teachers.
Ucgiiinr examinations of applicants
for te.iob.eis certitlcate will be held In
ltichmond on the fourth Saturday lo
F 80-tf Commissioner.
' . - - r
. JSU Ovrr tne Vountry.
' We hear every man woman and
wuere lo buy floods cheap, it cannot
be beat by any other town, but the
moat attractive place In Klchmond Is
THE OltlKNTAL BAZAAU,
or the S and 10 cents store, where Ko
tious. Tinware, (j lass ware, aud Queens
9 ware are buught at from 80 to 70 per
cent, less than in any other store In
any other store iu northwest Missouri.
TliuiK l.uw much mouey you saved last
ye tr iy I'.itronizing this store and go
aud uu likewise this year. 18-
Our nt'irk of books ionery and
nev.a. 1 upl-.u 1 opporluiul
to hay a g fvl pajiu" busiuess with a
rett'lv I'l.utiil.cd Uade.
l-'or uucc. luLuu, c, call at our
store. Williams liuos.
STRAUBE & SON.
n..,i.rinTnrs Main Ntriwt Meat Market
i We are now furnUhlng the best meats
of all kinds, and will make and sell
- aujsc, bead-cheese, Ao. in season. We
)Jluy only the bust of animals, butcher
Vliein carefully and handle cleanly. W
CV a conUnuaOon of the patronagh si
Vte pubUe. "
1 S w
fA ' Kichni'anl l.oilc; o. 08, of Inde-
jiuiiilciit Oi,lcr of Oild Fellows, present
ed our w ni-tliy M;iyor, W.W.Brown,
on Monthly niht lut, with an elegant
rolil licuilcd t-aue. appropriately en
cruvi'd. it i an elegant tribute to a
worthy p-iitl Minin.
Tbe Ix liKluliil LKiuld Lu.llv..
Syrup of l-'ijr.-i is a most agreeable and
viiliialiiv f;.ini!y roineily, as it is easily
taken l) oll and young, and is prompt
uutl clViH-livc in curing iiabltnal Consti
pation and the many ills depending on
a Meal; nr inactive condition of the Kid
neys l.ivcr, -i.nl lloncls. It acta gent
ly, st rciigt liens the organs on which it
acta end awakens them to a healthy
activity, l-'or sulu by Smith Patton.
Mi.-.s l.ou Kurd wants the world and
tho rest uf miuiMud to know that she
)"u sold l i luaks this fall and winter
.d wants lo know who says it don't
to n'lvcrtiM!? She let the wearers
Lelo.ika know through the lhMiCKAT
t she wu milking a specially of
$4 t'l'inki., ami the result is an un-
I trade. Is there a hint in
I it ulil fogies W'l
' ctju'l pay?
i ho think advertis-
Uville Democrat: The election
1 1 It.-)', Tluir.-duy was a fraud In
Yenan nt tlie word, for so-called
temper nice ticket whs against the sale
of nr ox eating- liijiiors. but as a matter
of fact lli practical elfect of the law
&"iihi l.uvc heen the free salo of alco
nT'l by every licensed druggist and
pin- lu ll i't in the country to any one
who ivn il 1 say t'.r.t he wanted it either
for iintfii.'iiie, mil lianlral, art or scieu
lie purpes's. I'nler these ciicum-
taiici s every one knows how It would
it'll, nnd lor w hit purposes, as every
me .os Kl ows that alcohol is the sole
ntoi"H'', ,' p irt of all drinks. And
u tiie on. r lumd the wet ticket was
rimed ill faviir of the sale of tu'oxi.
aiii'i llu'iora, when the actual fact of
he mar. i la th it thev were In favor
t tiie proeut law. which don uot al-
1 llin sitli) or luioxicaiing uriuas.
' let on'v ou the netitlon of a maturity
V he lax payers nf any township.
here! ore, we are J usliued in declaring
a whole thing s Iitua from uegiB'
ng to eud.
Mccarty & cq.,
Our Carrlfr will wnlt on his putrons
rarlj Monday morning, next with his
Nw Year's Gre"tlng and hopn that
all will have a liberal spell ou them
Our worthy Hecuider, John Milstead,
has gone to southern Kansas on a visit.
Jo Sanderson is happy. I'nolu Tom's
Cabin will be here on Monduy night.
A. T. Myers, a well known citizen
who lives southwest of town, made our
office a solid call yesterday.
Everybody read the DK.MouitATand
even the children cry to see It, is why
It is so valuable as a local advertising
Messrs B. F. Baber and Lynch Tur
ner honored our sanctum with a call
yester former renewed for
bis paper and ordnred the Kepublican.
We pi n. ted Dam hetlle some nice
cards this wet-k for bis Locust Grove
l'onltry Yards. He makes a specialty
of Wyandotte clin kenn.
Ob, but the sleighing is Hue now, but
It requires more youthful blood than
ours to face the cold winds, simply for
the pleasure of a sleigh ride.
Alex Maitlaud, oue of the solid far
mers of old Kay, has our thanks for
renewal yesterday, lie always renews
just before his lime Is out.
Our old f i lend Edward Jasper, from
the Wllmot countrv, through his sou,
added his name to our list yesterday.
We lost Mr. Jasper trom our list last
spring and now that we have him
back we are going to keep him.
It is coutl lently expected at this
writing that the public schools in this
city will open next Monday. The col
lege building has been completed and
paid for and lire is kept in tne furnaces
day and night to dry out the rooms
properly aud It is expected everything
will be In order.
"he concert giveu by Miss Clark
her music class, at the Opera,
ouse' on Friday night last was rea
sonably well atlended. The program
was an excellent oue aud Miss Clark
aud ber class rtllccttd credit upon
Such local entertainments as go to
the other otlice to get their lob work
done, will confer a favor by not asking
the Democrat for local notices. (Jet
your puffs where you take your work.
This office is run on the Independent
plan and la no begging favors just
We bad the pleasure of a call this
week from VV. A. Soraley. oue ot tbe
new proprietors of the Wasscn IImisk.
We are glad to lind that he is an old
newspaper uisn, having heed connected
with the press of Missisiappl. He is a
pleasant gentleman and a valuable
addition to our populatiou. We wish
the new lirm great success.
A New rear's Turkey.
We are indebted to our esteemed
friend Stanton It. Lillard, for a big fat
turkey gobbler, presented for a big
treat on New Year's day. A thousand
thanks. May your shadow never grow
leu. Now, for onoe we expect to dine
royally on a corn fed turkey, the best
the land can produce.
Chspltr 0 fliers.
At the regular annual communica
tion of Cyrus Chapter, Ho. Sid, Royal
Arch Masons, hel.l at their hall In
ltichmond on Tuesday night last, tbe
following officers were elected for the
Thos. N. Lavelock, U. I',
fcj, K. Crispin, King.
Joseph Beery, ticribe.
Dr. J. W.euntb, Treasurer.
Joseph Kwing. ftecreiary.
K. 11. Kice, C. li.
J F. Kuval, K. A. C.
Wiulleld Miller, P. J.
Juo. It. Ureen, Master lat veil.
J no. W. Hubbell. 2
Ed. Iteynolds, H "
J. 8. DeMaslers, Uuard.
Tbe officers elect weie dulv itstalled
Uncls Tom's Cabin.
This well known play will be render
ed at Mushy' Opera House, in this
city, on Monday night next, January
s, or the famous Kusco & Swift Com
pany, which is well kuown as a (1 rat
class .traveling troupe. It will be here
only one night, and this is a rare op
portunity to see a well known and en
tertaining play. Dont full to see it.
lie ad below what the press says of It:
That Vucle Tom's Cabin still hasa
hold upon tbe hearts of tbe people
was shown bv the crowded house that
greeted Kusco ot Mwift company at
the Capital City opera house last even
lug. Mr. McCoy, the manager, Is to be
commended in giving his patrons such
an exoellenteutertalumenu The com
pany l urst class la every respect
there Is not a poor actor or siugej
among them, and crowded houses will
undoubtedly be the rule during the
balance of the ei ugeuient. Leader,
Ues Moines, Iowa, Nov. 12th, lss7,
Musco & Swift's I'ucle Tom's Cabin
Company opened at the Capital City
Thursday evening to good buslmws.
This com pauy gave the best perform
ance of I ucle loin ever seen in this
city. Do Moines, Iowa, l'lain Talk.
We arc gratilied at hearing from our
Georgeville correspondent once more,
and in this connection would say that
we would like a correspondent at every
post office lu the county. Cood, newsy-
letters like tho (ii'orgcville, and Fox
correspondents writes are always np
City Tax Penalty.
All city taxes not paid by January 1st
IW, will bo subjuct to a penally of 1
percent a month. Call and pay. Books
can be found at night at Win. Marshalls
shoe store and the last 3 days of the
month at the council room.
61-St Jotrru Goloisx, Collector,
Go'd, Silver atid Steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses. In
Silver Ware !
We have a Large Line, consisting ol Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Napkin Kings, Syrup Cups, Spoon holders, Butter Dish
es, Silver Tea Sets, Cake Bankets, Berry Dishes,
Fruit Dishes, Celery Dishes, Hut Bowls, Tilting
Water sets, Goblot Casters, Tickle Casters
Mustache Cups ana a seers, xaugs,
1 y . -
Our Sunday Schools.
A nlco Utile entertertalnment con
sisting of Music and recitations was
given by tho Sunday School at the
l'reihitcrian Church on Monday night
last, which was much enjoyed. During
the Intervals tho Utile folks were visit
ed by Santa Clause, who camo down
the chimney and out through Ihe fire
place. Ho distributed candy and pop
corn bountifully and then returned as
he came. A nice gold pen was presen
ted by Iho choir to our well known fel
low citizen Mr. Cuss Carlson, and a
beautiful Mcerchaum pipe to Mr. liar-
tung as a slight token for their valu
ClllllSTlAN CHIRCH SCHOOL.
A candy pulling was given to the lit
tle folks of the Sunday School of the
Christian Church, at the Palmer House
on Camden avenue, which was big a
occasion for the little people, and some
oliler ones, and all spent an evening
that that they will long remember. Tho
otlicersof the school took especial pains
to see that the little folks were well en
tertained. BAPTIST IcnOOL.
At the Baptist Church Mr. Santa
Claus and Mrs. Santa Claus, with sev
eral little members of the Santa Claus
family, appeared on Saturday night
l.'it and treated the little folks to a
large amount of candy and good things
to eat, besides numerous presents. The
auJi"iice were alio nicely waited on by
junior membersof tbe Santa Claus fam
ily, ami treated to candies, nuts, to.
It waa an enjoyable occasion and the
little folks went away well pleased
with their Christmas treat.
TUB METHODIST SCHOOL.
The entertainment of this school will
be held on Sunday night next, and the
program will be a feaat to those who
like to hear good music and pleasing
recitations. Every person should at
tend. Ed Settle sold a tine beef cow to F.
W. Joy last week, one of his celebrat
ed Short Horns. Wedidnot get a taste
of the beef, but have no doubt it was
The man who predicted a mild win
ter, douned his straw hat and linen dus
ter on Tuesday and lit out for the equa
tor in search of the tiery furnace, lie
is as little honored jual now iu this sec
tion as Vennor.
Wc are sending out a number of ac
eount9 for subscription. These bills
are made out by a new man, not eutire
ly familiar with our books and some
errors may creep in. If the aocount is
not correct come and see about it.
There are quite anumberof names of
persons in other states, on our mail
gallics, of whom we have no account
on Ihe books. It you are sending a
paper to a friend please nutify us of
the fact that we may get a correct ao
count of it.
I. 0. 0. F.
At the regular meeting of Richmond
Lodge uf 1. O. O. F., held on Monda)
night laat the following officers were
chosen for the ensuing term :
W. W. Brown, N. O.
Thos. J. Kimmer, V. G.
J. Allen McDonald, Secretary.
J. C. Straub, Treasurer.
At tbe regular annual meeting for the
election of officers, held by the Kloh
mond Masonio lodge, on Tuesday last,
tbe fulluwing were chosen :
W. M. Allison, Vi. M.
S. U. Crispin, S. W.
Wuidtleld Miller, J. W.
W. A. llolman, Treasurer.
T. N. Lavelock, Secretary.
The officers elect will be installed at
the next meeting, to be held on Satur
day uight on or beforo the next full
moou. District Deputy Deatharage of
Carrollton, will be pruaeut aud officiate
on the ocoaaion. The mooting will in
January and is a month oil.
At Bethel Church, Ray county. Mis
souri, Dec. 25th, 18s7, by Elder J. W,
Harder, Mr. David R. Green and Miss
By the samu at the residence of the
bride on Duo. 18th, Mr. Charles l'rollitt
and and Miss Julia Odell, all of Ray
county. Joy and happiness to both the
The Christmas tree at tbe Opera
House on Saturday night was well at
tended, in fact, the house was crowded,
and a large number of presents wore
handed oul, sonic of them very valua
ble. Circumstances that we could not
control prevented our attendance, but
wu wished the enterprise every success.
The only present wu received was a
wooden rooster, about '2 inches long,
with one feather in his tail and a red
ribbon arouud his neck. The donor
has our thanks. Much credit is due
Gus Carlson for the able manner in
which he managed the enterprise.
Notwithstanding, our county is local
optiou and no liquor can be legally
sold, our people were well supplied for
Christmas, aud tho usual egg-nogg
was freely indulged lu. From express
receipts aud other sources. It is esti
mated that more than a thouaamlgal-
lons of liquor have been brought into
the country In the last ten days. The
little square pine box containing a jug
is quite common now, and Illustrates
the beauties of local option. Some
suspicious looking packages have been
put oil' here for supporter of the meas
ure. A mortgage on the home makes tbe
friends gloomy, fur it shut out the sun
slime vf prosperity and f rcebeartedutii
i r . j rst a, i e:i
Miss Viola Hinos went to Polo, ou a
visit last week.
The merry jingle of tho sleigh bell is
once more heard in the land.
J. II. McGlothlin, of Taltsville, re
newed on Tuesday and has our thanks.
Thad Hlncs and hi wife went up to
Clinton county to spend Christmas.
Geo. A. Stono has our thanks for re
newal this week.
A. GrandstaiT. of Hardin, has our
thanks for renewal by mail.
Frank Clark has our thanks for re
newal last woek.
John Hiuos and wife have gone to
Baxter Springs, Kansas-, on a visit.
Our good looking young friend B. O.
Mason, gave us a pleasant call last
J. O. White from tho Morion country
made us a solid call on Mondav. We
found him a very pleasant gentleman
Mrs. Deb Branham, of Columbia, is
in the city visiting her sister Mrs. Jo
Capt. Joe Hines Informs ns that his
family are all getting wll and are
now In good shape.
Christmas in Richmond appears to
be rather dull this year. But few visi
tors in town that we can hear of.
Our two oldest sons, Dudley and
aioruicia went to Chariton county
to spend Christmas.
Mrs. Mamie Young.nce Mamie Sayre,
of Sedan, Kansas, is in the city visit
lug her grand father's family.
The mercury dropped to 10 degree
below xero yesterday morning, but
moderated before night.
Mr. James Shumake called on Tues
day and enrolled for the great news-
giver and has our thanks.
Dr. Pitts and Mr. Knight, of St Jo
seph, were visiting friends in the city
Miss Gertie Ilamacher returned last
week from an extended visit to friends
at Jefferson City and Fulton.
8. n. Pugh, an old patron at Russell
ville, gave us a pleasant call last Sat
Godcy's Lady's Book for January is
a gem of beauty and grows better with
each year. No lady should be without
Crls Hanno.one of our oldest subscrib
ers at Orrick, gave us a pleasant call on
Tuesday and renewed allegiance for
C. P. Dalrymple from the north part
ol tne county, called on Tusday and re
newed for the Democbat and ordered
the K. C. Times and Globe-Democrat.
Cheap John gave us a bunch of stuff
especially prepared to kindle Hres, and
it is the most appreciated present these
cold mornings that we have received
for many a day.
Nothing green about this Christmas,
and if any person is dry about Ricb
moud.it is not for a lack of intoxicants.
Such fluid appear plentiful and their
enects are apparent on every side.
Our well known fellow countyman S,
K. Lillard, call to see ns yesterday,
wearing a splendid fur cap, a present
from Brack Halligan, such a present is
valuable and Slant duly appreciates it.
Ihe star debating and literary socie
ty, met on the night of Deo. Tl, at the
storms school nouse. and had an inter
estiug meeting and debate. The pro
gram cousistciTuf selected readings aud
recitations, among whioh was Tom
O chanter, also a debate on the ouea.
tiou of which is there more pleasure in
pursuit or posession. It was deoided
in lavor of the affirmative proposition.
These meetings are interesting occa
sions. ue uexc meenug wiu be un
the night of Jan. 6, 188,aud the home
stead exemption law of Missouri will
he discussed, fevuryoody iuviteu.
Clato Jones and wife spend Christ
mas visaing relatives in Hansas. John
Moan, jr., left for Colorado laat week.
John I'ctru, of Rayuiond, Kansas, spent
several days last week visiting frien.ls
in this vicinity, bam Alspaugh, of
Ubio, is visiting relative at this place.
bam Cotfnian, who has had the typoid
ever, is vuuvaiessiug. noDl. n allace.
Sr., and wife, of Lawson, spent seveial
days last week visiting relatives at this
place. Mrs. Dudley Youug, of Ray
mond, Kansas, is visitiucr her uarents
near that place. Miss Rebecca Young
has the typhoid fever. Dr. Elhertou is
waiting on her. George Alspaugh and
wife celebrated their Kith anivuraarv
ou the Uth. Mr. John Heitkamn.who
has been visiting Wni. Muhn and fam
ily has returned to his Iowa borne, Au
dy Wilson, of the jayhawker state is
visiting relatives near this place, Ervin
Mynor spent Christmas with his pa
rents at this place, Miss Ama Williams
of Oliio.is visitiug relatives and friends
at that place. Born to the wife ot Geo.
Wallace ou the 2utb,a girl. The young
folks enjoyed a rouser at George Als
paugh on the loth. John R. Riddle
left lor Avalon college last week. Geo.
Wallace purchased two lot in Cow
gill s addition. The Literary at tbe I n
ion scnooi nouse is proirrcsaiuir line.
Brother Morris held quarterly meetiuir
at Black Oak last Sabbath In the ab
sence of Elder Clayton.
The oyster supper at Wm. Mubn's
on the 6th, was a very enjoyable etlair.
seventeen coupie were present aud all
eujoyed themselves splendidly. The
company waa well entertaiued wilh
niusio, both vocal and instrumental by
Misea Kern aud Heithamp, Messrs.
Crow ley Mohn and Michael
Died at her home four miles east of
this place ou the 18th ol typhoid fever
Marihie Toouiay, wife of Timothy i'oo
may, aged about 48 years. Husband
and 7 children are lelt to ruouru her
loss, her remain were laid to rust at
Lillie Union eemetury ou Monday by
a large concourse of relatives. Torov.
Some men look at the sky only to
forecast the weather, see more beauity
in a dollar than Id a bed of flowers, aud
will hear the crow in tbe cornlielii
quicker Uiaa the lark la th air,
W. W. Srev.il an J. C. Straube Kindly Rcmtm-
bert sy Brelher (MS Fellows.
Mr. W. W. Brown was Ihe fcrtunate
recipient of a fine gold hemlcd cane ns
Christmas gift from his brother Odd
Fullows ou last Monday night at their
regular meeting. Afler the trnm-ic-tion
of '.he routine of business, the iscc
retary, J. Allen McDonald, arose and
made the presentation In a striking
poem which appears below. Mr. Brown
who occupies the Nohle Grand's chair
in the Lodge, waa agreeably surprised
and acknnw Icdgcd the gift In a feeling
manner. Inviting the uoys to partake
of an oyster supper at Boyd's, lo which
they unanimously assented, and did
ample jiHtice to the luscious vians. Mr.
J. C. Straub, Hie worthy lrc:iurcr of
Ihe lodge was also presented with a
beautiful solid gold eniMcin pin. for
which he tendered sincere thanks.
Richmond Lodge No. !fiw 1. O. O. I'.,
Is in a very flourishing condition and
our cili.cns should foster so nohle an
institution. Wo present mir m-iny
readers with Mr. McDonald's poem, as
A beautiful cauc 1 hold here iu my
And graven In gold un the utanplntc
This inscription : '
Presented to W. W. HuowH,
By Richmond Lodge No. iiiw, 1. (). O. F.
Richmond, Mo., Dec. lio, 1W7.
Brother Brown in presenting this
token to you,
I feel that a few words of friendship
And had I the tongue of a Rixie,
Tbe flood-title of feelings that over
Still that which I litter, Iho' strip
ed of all art
Leaps swift from the Innermost depth
of the heart.
This gift is a tribute to merit. The
Which you honor the emblems you
Betoken a bund whoso proud num
Tho sons of all nations from pole un
Its teachings were born when the
Christ lit the stars.
Its balm has brought healing to
thousands of scars.
Your name flashes forth from its pa
ges of light.
And you, wc are proud, sir, to honor
For shoulder to shoulder and early
You've toiled for our wellfare, Two
Ili MiUHli Ann Knurr.
Is the peer of all Lodges and equal
ed by few;
Her standing she on es to the workers
Aye! Never a brother you've tinned
Y'ou have nursed them by night, you
have cheered them by day,
With a hand ever ready a heart that
For an Odd Fellow's wellfaro in sun-
ihiue or storm.
Accept, then this beautiful cane and
When May shall have merged into
dim old December,
The brothers who guve it, 'Twill aid
you to go
Down the valley of Time which lies
driflo 1 in snow.
Lean on it when worn with the bur
den of years
And the tottering footstep of old age
May it comfort your pathway and till
you wilh hope
As onward you jouruoy far down the
A stall' good anil true, may it prove
a tiriu friend
Till your pilgrimage ceases and death
writes "the cud. "
Then the rough journey over, the
last battle won,
May It guide ever upward the steps
of your son
Who tilled with his father's ambi
tion and lire,
Shall houor the name of a thrice hon
The man w ho sits in comer of an
old lot and waits for an old cow to buck
up to be milked will go without milk
ail his days. The man whu prayu
"Give us this day our daily bread,'' aud
theu ails duwu tu his table waiting for
the Lord to come to put bread iu his
plate will surely alurvo lu death. And
the people who close their doors, its it
were, and expect prosperity lo force un
eutiaucu iuiu their house, will croak
hard liuius uutit Hie devil claims nia
uuus. xuu must go uiur the cow it
you wutii mua. xuu must work for
your bread if )uu wish toeul. Aud you
uiuat upou tiou. aud iu lie prosperi
ty if you expect she w ill v er cuuie near
Half Rate For The Holidays
The Wubash Western Hallway Com
pany aLUouuccs that it will sell Holi
day Excuision lickeis between all But
On Far For Ine Bound Trip
On Dec. 24th, toih aud U'ilh; Dec. bltl
and January lat and Hud. Good going
on dale of sale. Good returning up to
aud Including Jauuarj 3j, low.
Fur tui titer particular, apply to the
aeai eat Ticket Ageut of the Wauasu
VVesteru Uailway Co.
ORDER OF PUBLICAT1UN.
il'Alk Ut MIctSOLUI, i . I
uuuiuy ui luv. f in the Circuit
Court, fceuruary iena, ined, ,
In the ktn I'in-iilt Ciiin i., u i i,,,.i...
livveuiber ltli, A. 1. In-;'.
. I. Jltjvui, fUiuuii,
fleortte lially, Ketwca liudicutt and WlUium
Eu.iii iiii bur limi-aii l, l i.ti a It. iiomwu r aim
Uavid UidiisaUT lit r liuiband, lli-rai t; t iN.k.'l av-
lor iiuuoar, Jon-idi i-. i'u.iliar, llenr ldLScr
and Stanton li. Lulard deli ii-Jaiit.
Now at tills day emneit the nljiutlft liendn. hv
hl!i alloriiey and I'etionund Ain.luwt. .ili.-mnj,
ill( olllel tlllilKS, Ill.tL Ih U laluiil Jonri lif.
,iiiar is a uoii-rt-mut iit oi iuu tu.it ,.i vii.
uun and uauuul bu uiiiniout-a in tins avlluu.
WhereiiiMin, It Im unit-red bv ihe i b rk lo .
oat ion, thai iwud Ut-li-ml.nit he mil tiled by pub-
Uuatiuu llial idainuil uaa t-tiiiuut-uced a suit
attainat him ililliln ctmrt tlifobjt-ti and K'-iu-rl
iialureul Mhu-li la Ut uoiaui a jiniKiiiciit and de
ctw ut una court a-veruimiiK the lights and In-
tereal ul all lue nartlea nt-rt-in, aiiU lor an irdt-r
dtiufintllitf t oiiiniiiiMiloiicia to in ike iiirtiiloii
aim umiioo ui too loiiuHiiiK utarrioeti tuU ta
UU) aiiuait: iu the 1 ouni) oi Ua I i the M.tte ul
Missouri lo WU. ilie niidlUilcd one half interval
in tUb rt t-Nl half ul iii Nonu-Kaitt Quarter of
aeulloa KiliU't-n ,l-j Iovmi.Juij nfty uoe I5ii
Kaiiue ti ui fUlil !.' andlUulUlileiB tne a. id
detend't, Jooei'h r . luauj' Ik- and apisear at tbis
tjuri, at inn iiri wiiu uiiTi-oi, ui ue ite(Uli aim
uoiueu Miunvuuii nouttj in uie ui) ol K1CU
liioud, in ttald cotinty, un Hie bill d.t ui February
kt. and ou vr uvioi e tun aUUl il.sl ul aald innu
II iho term ahall o loiiif uunuiiutt-aiid If not,
theu uuur helore tne iaiI d ul a,id teriu
anawer ur plead U tiie putitioii 111 aald eauw,
'' - -..ui.ii.m kUU JUUM'
Ululit Will le rvuuefetl airurdiouiv .
And 111 turtxer nidi-ivd, iim, h copy hereof
be pnhllaUed auoordlliu tu Uw in the Hit'HMnNU
UltM.JC'aAl, uewaper pnuUsd aud published
according tu law lu Uicuuiuud, Kay uuuuly, Ml-
j so n. uuKut.iircuu Clerk.
Wltneai my hand, and the uial or ih
(MruuiL Court ul nay oumit)- Uiu IklLb
MJ IM wvvouiuvn, a. U. , IOC I,
-MONBY OR BLOODS
Prices jTe Wliat Tell
Table Linen pr yard
2C yards Calliii
HI yards Best Cilico
All Wool lied i-lanin-1 per yard
Grey Flannel per yard
111 yards rnblcachH Domestic.
Hl)ards Bleached Domestic ...
1 yards Canton Flannel
Ill pound Cotton B.'itti.
Hi yards Linen Crash toweling
in yum. :(!CS t.ir.Klmiu 1 I"1
I if yards Dress Gingham 1 mi
All wool varn per pound ... IVi
HI yards Dress limeade I no
Good lied comforts Ill
Good Grey Blankets per pr .... t &0
Cotton WBrp White per bale 7a
CottoD W arp Colors per bale. ... 1 oil
Good Jeans per yard 15,
Come In and lay In your winter'
goods at the Lowest l'rlce you ever
Dakneal A: W oodson.
Whs. sr. Ik. Fad.. j)R. Q. (J W ADAMS,
Our contemporary across the way; DAVENPORT IOWA
stated last week, that thero wove fewer! ' 1
arrests In Richmond, since the adoption VlllipUtlliC Sj'steill Of Life
ot local optionthan before. I his asser
tion, like the whole local option cam
paign, has no foundation In fact, ns the auj The extraordinary cures wl leh this
thor could have easily have found oul by V"tnn lia eflccied, have attracted pub
going to tho records. But facts are nnV"c "entiou.
, , . ,. , ., . . .1 Dr. Adams will diagnose your dlscsse
characteristic of the supporters of tins' ,,, rll,rit r without serin you.
fraud, which was foisted upon our peo- Send lock of hair and three 'i-ceut stamps
pie by misrepresentation. We have, "Ung age and sex.
carefully examined the record, at ThMT,.'.. g3
Miiyor'sollice and lind the arrests made m all olher systems of practice. Address
for lifteen months past as follows:
In Oct., Nov. and Dec,
In Jan., Feb. and .March, l-7
In April, May and June, 1h7,
III July, August and Sept., lii".
In Oct., Nov. and Dec, lHT,
Vi,-... vn ..... .L.n'l tin Tl. ...I
loons were open prior to July, yet the
docket of the policy courts nhows fewer!
arrests than since they were clostil
Compare the Inst thrve montht of lM.s,,i vliy Klvnto all cretiiionand oiUor In-
with the lftfctthreo montln of lri, nml l-sied in it- et,i or
you will see that tne nrrvsU show live tlmiin nmlmiitnMmhi.lniMrr.ror?.
more umlur local option, tlitin under V1 Hiiil int,''l wiimke iitini n?Mifinmit
the open saloon, wilu threw Uhvs nf;l(av county, M'.. t n tn-otn ami ittll at th
this month yet to come. Ihee stato county uomuujuciiMt Jiiuary i'. iimm.
menu are not wild assertions, but facts
that the records show any cannot be
Col. A. K. McClure thinks that 11
Speaker Carlisle and Mr. KanduU shall
be able to agree upon tariff revision
and revenue reductlou. hs it's com
monly reported from Washington
there would be little doubt about Dem
ocratic unity on tbe question. When
Mills of Terns Ifl ready to repeal th
tobacco tax, ana to accept apeeitic mi
ties and tariff reduction on tbe basis
of fully protecting the wajfes of labcr,
It looks aa if harmony waa in light.
If country newnpiipf r proprietors
were to publish the names of the sub-
BcribeM who take, read and enjoy aud
are gratified by, yet refUM' to pay for.
their home papers the reputation
mont communities fur moral honesty
would depreciate 20 per cent. An ed
itor s lahorA are seldom etteemeI or
compensated, a law.u.r will (!0)mi , v-mt to iiuM-ourt lurm-titl..-,, ir.i)iiiK for an
five minilteS talk Olid Charge VoU . ,nnlT for tin- sali- of ho iihu-Ii o( tlif real eiUte of
for it. An editor will give vouadvice yaui droua-jeU iw will iw- ana wai-rv umn-iuatn-
. I.- i 'i Inn d'l't tlno ty said t"tati, and t iinimld tor
on a hundred topics and charge you .u ui suiitfifiit ar.-oniiwiied iy the ac-
five cent a copy for his paper. And cuhk ihi ami iiiv.-itiorn-a r.-niiin-d by law in
rrv oflen five centu L'iven to tint ..it- I8"'1', on;l "'njiiaioii wlu-nt.! it in ordi-T-rery
oncn nu c ins fcitn ut mo en- 'et p..,,,,, ii,t,.r,ted in tiiee-unie. of
itor would Have f. given to a lawver. lnt itrn-.M-o, Inr nuim.sl itiitt aiiliiation tw
In fact no other business men are matl, and nuv the contra-
in ihli uu uuiti uu. nit nn J ' u rv Ihj shown on or tit-fort1 tl.o linl day of Oik next
so universally robbed ami swindled out u-nn of limnu.iri, to Ih on me jm Mon.iay
of their labor and ctmital as the coun-i":l',Ii:i;V'- lK? MI ,ri,ir iti u made tor thu
MiKli-ir..ru Vr.w Vrtr-lf
try IlDWSUapur pUOHSiiers. -Uff lork
Mules and horses at any time and
Moo Medium Maros, by
asson & Buum
Also KiUingcr from Kansas City
buys goud, old. fat, bir plur burst's.
Mis Iu Ford has stuck of cloak
and d llilnery cheap.
E9 I-RinMPR' 1 1-KAV5"iswi i "i 'V41
ifi r , i
II tS li
Bnrlivea Its readers literature of lasting inter-
WiU Sj-est and value, it
than national circulation exceeding- 123.000
copies monthlyi yi . a:
PRICE 25 CENTS A ISUMBEK- $3. A YEAR
'17 ,,- iui-Tminniilll, l
Ch&nc5 icnbncrS Jons
to offer 5CRIBNER3 MAGAZINE with the
THE EICHMOND DEMOCUl?
At tho low combination rute of S3 00 lor both. Send
your order now, Subscription
HIGH PRICES are BOYCOTTED In our
night beciiusM they can nut re ich the
In orJer to reduoe OUlt STOCK
to make you BAUGAIN'S more marvelous tlian ever before.
A oteuble llargtihtH In I'mlei tcritr
Undershirts li') ) worth 5ilo
Scarlet all wool shirt Mj 75o.
Canton Haniiel drawer Hlo - 3uo.
Knit Drawer heavy 81)0 " 3,io Ei. heavy tUnnel sliliU HUZ " l.'S
Congrea shoes "risK" l.ao " .tu
SUITS. OVEIH;O.VTS, HATS. CAPS. HOOTS and NUDES, at '1j per
cent reductlou. Want of space prevents ui mentioning- the Immense line
of BAKUA1NS. we still have. Study our l'rlce., and dou't wait, but come
nuw, while our stock last.
Xsiix HATS tincl CAPS
Men's Suit Heavy Weight. . .
" English Worsted
" ' ... so on
Cants from SI 00 to 0 00
Men's Jeans 1'anta from f 1.00 to
" White Shirt
" Canton Klnnuel Drawers
" Suspenders 15
" All Wool Red Cndershirts
" " " " Drawer
If you want anything in Clothing or
Furnishing Goods, now ia your time to
buy them CHF.AI'.
Dakneal tV "Woodson.
lock Hoi atuJ,
This old F.nvllsh Family Medicine In
ne fur 80 years, all over tho world,
'"r line. IUUIBeuun, unr,
Cf Pure Vegetable Ingredients.
FREE FROM MERCURY
IXR'TTOIW NOTlCRt-Nnttne ts hcrelty
Ia 1 i ven iijut luUt-muf tugtlimuitftry un tiie
III (ill AKI.It-1, tlciy.t
hare tipt-ti granti'd tu the untlTttned b? tho
inlaM' court o( Itav t'ountv. Mlbionri. Wttrtiiit
lUatt- ul Octtilh-r T., l"T.
,nlii tnivinu claims anlnt said tvtato
are rriiiirfMl to (xhiiilt tli'-in dr iiltowunrf , witli-
u out- yi'tirirom tintr oi saut itui-rs,or lue' m:iy
tin nrevluiln! (rum litviou anv bi-iu-llt of naul
chUic, anil tf sm-li elnlnit are not presented Willi-
iii iwu jean mt'y iii.tu oe lurevur UKuarrea.
J. K HAM.. I ....
M J. V. HltUTVVKLL, f "e-
ORDER CF PU3LCATI0N
STATU OF Mlssotmi. I
( ii i' v or uav, tw In ttie I'ri'bHte
rourt fur Hit- enmity of Kay and alale of MisjMiU-
ii, ut'iiiovr H'l iii, wi,
Htiiali K. )trflfnt. Ailiiiinlstrhfriir. of thfi.
tale of W illiitni U Mai lira, lieveiiMnl Onlvr
ol 1 UlllJl'.U
Now, ;ittht-,laycotiii(fliir:,h V. Tin-Word, Ad-
oi i ni note, or su nmcii ol llie rea Ptati
uI ttW detva-.t as wU boMililrlent fur tin linn
nii-ut uf -aid dubis: antl tt K fnnluT iiritertnl ihat
Una imtiue be nulilislifd In tuiine tit w puiH-r In
dliii state, for four weeks wt.t uelore the next
If I III Ol Hi it lO'iii. auu UUlll DUCU UtUU UllS
,. u.iuiiy ii Kay,
I. Jnlm T Hiihl.lAP
.TilHtrtt of liiri lr illtttA i rt i.t ..I -..1.1 ,..
bt-reby certtly that lue tort oing is a true copy
the a'me ai-o-ars of nvonl In mv otti.e
wlLuuidUi) uaiiu as jui)(t una uie Ht-;U uf our
I aiu i unrt uoiiu at oltlce 111 KliU
iii-1 tid. It) said ui.uiitv. thin ifaiiiuvi.f
. JUUN .L'fJ?"
is fully and beautifully'
has already gained a more
I iii iff a. llwith KCSSPS.,
the Hubliihcw. enable ui
may begin at any time.
TIIE RICHMOND DEMOCRAT,
store. Our Competitor's ure lu a sorry
Fijiuris, we give yuu below
AM) WE DO IT,
VOL 151 :t
liv JAX. lit. wa r annx
Extra heavy scotch rib-
Ih.o1 shirt 3. 13 - S'lc
Ueniilue buck glove Too "Slco
Tho Famous Clothier,
BOOTS I S1I0ESG ROOEKIES
Men's Kip Hoots $J O-' .ir. n i . , .
' J0 I'uunilHMugar , 1 CJ
" C"lf " " I.ipht llrown Sugur 100
" Shoes 1 25 5 " Coirec 1 00
' Itutton, Uceor connross U 00 T1" M
I..J,cs kipfchwa 1 ., .. Hon,lny , M
' Iuttoa " 1 2o ii - Apples .00
" Front I.seo Shoes 1 2TM " Hrled IVnche 1.00
1 " Hoxej of Matcbea 1.00
ltoy s Hoots 1 00,
Youth's Hoots 1 ;5 We havn have the bet (elected
He(l,,.irters for I.ow.J'rices on ,txk of i'ie"iiinre erer brought to
Boot anil Shoes; stock full tiJ com- thl cit lllcn w wi t low
plete we will save you money on e,t living prices.
every pair you buy. COME AND SKE FOH VOl'ltSELF
Dakxe.v V AVoodsox. Dakxeal & Woodsox.
WE SELL '
I I lil I I A III I.
And Shall coiiliniiotosoll 1IOXEST CLOTII
IXG at Low I'rit-cs. Wo have helped those
who trade with ns lo Nave money, by placing
w ithin reach of Hie people Clothing that is
Reliable and at Reasonable prices.
Tho only evidence wc have that our
STYLES & PRICES
are ArPrec'atc(l 18 our steadily increasing sales.
Out old Customers return and now ones c-otnes every
day, and oar business keeps on growing. We liavo
Special I Jxxerctii3.s
inSUIT3 and OVERCOATS, Children Clothing
of all Styles and Trices. A full and complete Btock
of FURNISHING (J00DS, UNDERWEAR
CARDIGAN JACKETS, GLOVES and MIT
TENS, WOOLEN SHIRTS nn.1 IIOSERY.UM
BRELLAS, RUBI3ER COATS, HATS and
We cordially invite everybody to come and see us.
ONE PRICE TO ALL,
. IF. IflDBUI &
5J,7 MLlsr Stree4,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
THE BAIN WAGON
Best Wagon on Wheels
It stands the test where all failed. The
sales ot this Famous Uaion are greater
than an v other. All freighters on the plains
ywiiit this wagon, and will take no other
when they can get it.
W e also have a lull line of
BUGGIES OF ALL GRADES
Ihi'mli".'!;!:';;'! s"'tl ,i,,"r b,,sej
Full Ktock- .P It-n-lw.l ..."..I i
Scrapers always on
x ne very best Pine Lumber, Windows,
Doors, Lathes, Lime, Cement, &t,
always at iiaud at
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
('miW illlfl Hf HHP fitllw. T.!iril nn
Prices, and then you
Jackson, Patton & Ilauser.
rm, print. t frtn ciVi.1 ra,lt.t itt t-n t, l
w.Un.jt n.-f pn on in (i.i crn uiH'ft r ,ja
nr t1..- .ft.j.f t.i . ; .'.mu)i,!( i.i..iir ti, U,t
r .,'Ur u.tn Kit At wcka coat mr
i c-ni.i m in ifftli
The Porr.-IMnl HNblta. PrM T rtfw
T ho iri.l Ou I i h-. I".wl Hi.,r,i,,M j..
'I '" I'- Ull Ulllll't'lttll. A Hi l'L, 4IHIII.
t ir.Uuw Ak UutL 1 lliui. m aiuiiit ku,tr,
IitTr liat. I X'Htl. W tiaMra.
I -- '.f V' I H"'.. A K' (. tj iw Mu.t f - rw-
ff ! ''"' UrMclvU Kol. Vj M . lit,
ft ! 'I Uf I km r'aSrerrl. 4N....T MHH It
p s'J "r ' ku mm
iu.il.- A Wkt..ili.i a " -i r Miii I'lfi n
- f fi 1 M -1 7 iiUwurtk'a UtuiMila. A it. i
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( Vi UK
The ew Steam Laundry is now open and
doiii Hi t class work.
Family V asliiiijs failed lor, Washed,
Ironed and Dclivcd for :lcts each piece.
All orders left at Lon AVilliam Cljrar
Factory back of Savings Hank, .will receive
prompt Attention. A Lady will take
vlihartre of all Ladles wearing apparel.
w. DUM.or, Manager
"HI "lit IUIU
are sure to buy of us.
Mi... uf II' art. V-' f't I V.a-rn.
I tilr lint r..l.t. A 'd. t; i: ,iVi t- a
,. uali-ra tttfciu. a Ej Ur. H V V..n. .l.
Tu. , .' Uurs A N "l I'l U J it :..i .
jhvlatirunil l abia. A hf U T Clui.
it l'j mail r ' i ' ii r'-'.p' uf .iiiIt I 4 4 eulai nj fr (
Hi ! Uli' ii'l'lLllritnlM-".' l -1' W luMtn
I. r;ii li ;ti li'-.i "..'.. I ". o ' l .O t 'li'- a. I rati!?
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