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THE FLOOD THAT LEADSto FORTUNE.
YES, the Laggard in progressive times, will find "Jordon a hard road to travel." "Active, vigilant merchants make
things hum," they don't wait "until the well runs dry but take energetic advantage of all senanna anil Low THICKS.
Yes, we are offerriug everything in ur line at 3IctX"VOlOTJl.S IaCD'7r 3?riCOSf
Consisting of Ladies and Gent
GCXLI) and Silver
Chains, Lockets, Chanrt. Ladies
Hold U'ngs, Neck Chains, Brace
lets, sets Uold and Diamond
Drops, Breast Pins, Co lar
and C'utT Buttons. &c. &c
Pepper and Salt, Individual Casters of the latest, style, Fino Toilet Sets, Jewel Caskets, C.rd Stands, Colopno Slai.ds Pil
v,.r Vmo, Call Bells, Silver Child's Sets, Fruit Knives, Kut Ticks and Cracks, &c-, &c, e ha e many articles in Stock
mat are not mentioned, and
Ketriember everythinir is wai
Tost Office Bulldlnc,
OIK NEW RI I.KN fO 1MH7.
t. N(itiiin In tue Bhaie of Advertising
gdfs lu 1' III K.
';!. Ail idiitniry nntlfot over ten lines, and all
ti'Solu! loitn I ri'H'ct, Brent per llli'.
M, All Ir.tn-Ocm liK tiln rents per llni Hint
liiirrti'iit, tuiti A ut'UU per Hue ecii ftuuneiiueut
4iu. lvl ml vert Mug at utatut ntff-91
per Kfjiittrv o ei lit Hum inniiirif 1 i,tlils type).
Mi. A). I- J"U work I'Aftll t.N ltBLlVKUV. Tbll
Klllr Will Ot' PtTltlil l.V BtllltTtMl to.
lr.ui inlwrtisiiitf : Ohm iiicli, I0; quarter
column, wi, htUI column, iMicoulumu, 9IJ6.
Coiuiiius iiicIivb 111 leOKtu,
ST. J. & ST. L R. R.
k .ow ill Effect.
Until rurth.r ob.ng., lb. ts.iu wlllarrlvo
ho. 2, New Yoik Lliulu! tl.llj exorpt
Suuviav " " ' lu43. m.
Ku. i, Atlantic K. " " V W p. Di.
Mu, u, rruigtu, iU.irKo.itSunilkrs uo p. ib.
WisT HOUND. I
l?o. 8 Fut Lint ilmly except BUH1I.7 B 23 p. m.
ho. ft, 1'ciub Ilk dally 6 Is., ia.
Mo. It. If r.i.i.1, il'i vso.pt Sunday tl 46 a. m.
On. Firs For RounS Trips.
be sold at uue tare fur the round trips
to any puiui ou the ttu Lvuis & tit Jue
U. It. liiuiivd tu use ou day of sale only
m-tl M. X'AiT, Akrent.
Hurklen Ajmlea Halve.
The brut naive In the world for cuts,
bruises, sorci, ulcers, aalt rheum, fever
sores, tutter, chapped bands, chilblains,
aorna, and kln eruptions; and positively
:urus plies, or no pay required. It Is
guaranteed to give periect satisfaction,
or ni'j-H'y tetuniled. xrine U cents per
bux. bold by J. D. Taylor. S3-y
An Hit Acre fmrm torn Sal.
1 have 80 acrea of extra good land,
1) tug two aud oue-half miles due north
ot Camden, good lrame bouse, 6 rooms,
god out luudug8,guod young oroliard
uvei l.niiug eprtugof water ; also
a well at dour. L,aud la fresh and un
derlaid with two Uue veins of coal.
Coine aud see it. A. T. MTKHo.
Sol Ire to Tcachera.
Hegiimt eAAUJinaiions of applicants
(or leucueis certitieate will be held In
lUchmoud on the fourth Saturday In
ill Over the Country.
Ve lie.ir every man woman and
child auy that Kichmond la the town
where to buy Goods cheap. It cannot
! be beat by auy other town, but the
moat attractive place in Uichmond Is
' T1IK UU1KNTAL BAZAAIt,
or the 6 and 10 cents store, where No-
tiuns. Tinware, Ulaasware,and Queens-
ware are bought at from 80 to 70 per
cent, has thau In auy other store In
auy other store In northwest Missouri.
Tuiuk how much money you saved lust
year by patronizing this store and go
aud do likewise this year, 18
Out stm k of buukH, stationery and
news. I Ms r a spkeadid opportuiiit
to buy u goud payiutf buulueiw with k
reaW eHiuOimlit-d Had.
, Fur price, teruiti, Vc., call at our
Bt'jre. Willi kua 13uo6.L
Mullfcof Urltlffe L.ltluc.
Notk'u W lu-ri'by given that 1 will on
HdDAV, Fkb. :, At 1 V. M.t
at tho briiljyp ite, hit tlio contract to
liltliu HOW uruiKt'nuiusti it acttuuuiuwu
TL .. - It..., -V 1LI-.
piuji tto, ruic .U, lil-UI WUti A. IUU
Siiociliuutinns on file in otlice of Conn-
jty Cltrk. L. h. uax, lirmge Com.
Jeptha Ihoruian, a bdChelor,45yearB
: age. tfut 1U11 ot whiMkny aud froze
t j dealU boar llaunibal during the rt
ceu cola Bpt-tl.
W Trll Ion i'lttlnlx
Unit Simmons Liver Hi-gulator will rid
you of JJHiL'p!.n, Headache, Const!
piiliuii and tiilioimnoari. It will break
up t'hilla and fevur und prevent their
rutin n, und is a complete antidote for
all malarial poison yet entirely free
from iiiiniite ur calomel. Try It, and
you will be HfttonUued at the good re
sult; of the tannine Simoioiu Liver
Regulator, prepared by J. II. Zelin
& Co. Jan.
Hero the mercury has been mt
degree below xero. InTlaoer oounty
Califurnla, the peach tree? are laden
with ripe truiu Yet the general aver,
tttfe for the jeur ) m faror of tbU lo
caiity. aud ih rhtu who la here would
do well Ui nifty md bold the fort.
Taken up by Daniel R. Thompson
tivin in liiehinoud township ia Kay
Ji fHiuniy, Mt.t aim pusieu ueiore the uu-
Knu urn iisnip.eouiiiy iuiu umie Hiur-
tattf ou the in day of lU'cerutwr,
ne itrav re il stiM'r.docnbed at follows
iCtilor red. maikeii wnu aniootb crop
if f i ihl ear and Hwaliow lork In the
it 4pniipil ut I
V4,l :. Ktilmiauu
iflii by French Duval,
and J. W. Kobinaotl,
a Iid were liy inu iluly sworn according
X ttiw to Uirai4u ine naiue.
JAS. 8. Dt.MAKl tns, J, r.
The Ohio legislature met last Mon
day. lly a coalition of thirteen repub
r lican aeuatora with the democrats, the
republican caucus nominees for speak
er aud cleik were defeated, and
Messrs. K. L. I.unipsun was elected
speak.-r, and linvld l.annlng clerk
The balunce of the republican caucus
nominees a ere permitted to be elected
iiov. Foruker makes somo remarkable
statements iu his message regarding
Mr. Cleveland's views, the gist of
v, hich is that the way to reduce taia
tion is either to do nothing or Increase
the taxes. Mr. Foraker la a daisy.
by. Till: conies! made by a uian T hoe be
for the seat uf Senator C'arlilse, has
(alien thromb, m Xhovbe bad no out.
we ask cverv ono to ca 1 ana see
ranted to bo as represented,
Richmond Pratbylsrian Church.
KopilarservlceBcvery Sabbath morn
ing Dt 11 o'clock, P. M , evening scrvi-
ces at 7, A. M. Rev. J. N. McFarland
will preach at both services.
Hubbell, Hyatt & Uuubell will deliT
r to parties coal on the Cash System
Driver will present ticket and parties
are expected to psy the same when the
coal Is delivered.
HuBBKt.L, Hyatt ft Hi uhei.l.
All yersons Indebted to the firm of
Marshall & onSrnuBt come forward
and settle at once, as we dlrn :he
business to be closed January, l.t, 188
as a new partner has been admitted
and the business of the old firm must
be closed up.
DC A1AR1IIALL K &U.X,
Notice is hereby given that tho firm
o( Kice A Sons wan dissolveil, January
l.t 1HHM, by tho withdrawal of W. 1).
Kice, Jr. All accounts owing tho old
firm are duo and must be paid at once.
The business will be continued at the
old stand by the two remaining part
ners. Rick & Hum.
Mules and horses st any time and
Nice Medium Mares, by
Wesson & Ilaum
Also Kitzingcr from Kansas City
buys good, old, fat, big plug horsea.
I a Woodson.
This well known Arm who formed a
co-partnership a little over a year ago,
have, from the start, by their uniform
ly low prices, merited, as well as ob
tained, the largest trade of any firm
In Uichmond; their success Is unparall-
elled ltseems they have captured the
public and so far they are the winning
bnrse in the race for prominence
among the manv progressve merchants
of our thrlvlug city; in these remarks
we would refer to their Immense cut
in prices. In their advertisement in
bis paper, aud would advise all par
ties needing, anything in their hue to
buy them iu their Ureal January bale
as they are determlued to close out
all Mid-Winter gooda at sacrifice prt
ces. You never see this firm advertise
anything they will not do. You will
find everything, at their place of busi
ness, just as the? advertised It.
Mil. EniTOit: The Eduuational Com-
mission of the co-operating Synods ol
the Cumberland Presbyterian church
within the states of Missouri, Kunsas,
Nebraska and Colorado, having ae
onred one hundred thousand dollars
(100, 000) as a permanent endowment
fund for a college, to be located within
tho Missouri Valley, have advertised
for bids for Its location.
The particulars relating to bids for
the location of this institution may be
learned by consulting the columns of
the St. Louis Observer, VI0 Olive St.,
St. Louis, Mo., or the Cumberland
1'reabyterian, Nashville, Tenn.
Any town or city, which may s. cure
the location of this college will cer
taiuly be exceedingly fortunate. The
location of an institution of learning,
ail'ording such facillies as this one will:
employing from six to ten, competent,
well-paid professors, and attracting to
ts classes, from three to five hundred
students is an acquisition devoutly to be
desired by any community, l'erhaps
Richmond may wish to add this to her
already valuble educational facilities.
The community, which may secure
the location of this college, will be re
quired lo donate grounds suitable for a
college campus, and funds sufficient
for the erection of suitable buildings
for the college, located at a heathlul
plaoe, easy ol access, vith good tem
perance aud moral surrouudings.
For any farther information in refer
ence to this matter, correspondence
should beoponed withUuv. J. b. Mitch
ell, 1). V., Kirksviile, Mo., who is
president ot the Educational Commis
The Commision bays, "all communi
ties desiring said institution should go
to work at once." Please give your
readers the benefit of this information.
O. U. Allln.
The trouble with northern Missouri
is that it is not advertised. Eastern
people really know Utile or nothing
about It. The old settlers here have
evidently been so well satisfied wltb
the oouutry that they nave made no
effort to invite emlgialion. The rail
roads have been oouleul to carry the
immigrants and chattels further ou to
the great savannas ol Kansas aud ie-
Oraaaa. Here under the kindliest ol
akiea la a land of aurpaaaiug beau,)
and bounty, lairer aud richer lhau the
fairest Liopia of the tinuugraui.
dream, so full of generous otferiug auu
opportunity that iguorauoe ol ills, the
misfortune of the migrating million.
Happily, though at the eleventh hour,
the people ot uoriheru Missouri are
awakening to the need of new nieu
new capital, and new enterprise, aud
a bright future 1 just before them
Jcugk Bi'KObSS of Linn county, will
make a popular candidate fur supremo
Judge. No circuit Judge in Misaori
has a higher standing with the lawyers.
Joseph and James (ioaaage, p -liee
officers, at bedaUa, were both shut and
wounded by a railroad brakemau.our
day this week. Joseph Uos.age ws
shot In the face, but nut seriously hurt,
but James Uossageis shot through tbe
lungs and may die, The desperado
was arrested and if Uossage dies, will
no doubt be lynched. The Uossages
are relations of out friend Jo Uossage
Ol lull county.
Oo d, Silver a d Steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses. In
Silver "ViTaro !
We have a Large Line, consisting ol Knives, Forks, Spoons,
Napkin Kings, Syrup Cups, Spoon holders, Butter Dish
es, Silver Tea Sets, Cake BiuikeU, Bfiry Dishes,
Fruit Dishes, Celery Dishes, Hut Bowls, Tilting
Water sets, Goblet Casters, l'ickle Casters
our iacui . y -"
W eaho do W atch and Clock work
iX'!apt. Shutts of the Lawsonlan drop
ped in long enough to say Ilu wdy.
The mm woo pr,ukledhiside walk
a 1th ashes, this week. Is considered a
The Missouri Rlyer has been lower
this winter than it was ever before
known to be. So says report.
Mrs. Lon Duval writes back from
California, that she Is spending the
winter very pleasantly and is much
improved In health,
Our old friend Bartlett Slsk, of the
t iwn of Sisk In western Kay, placed us
in possession of a cart wheel dollar on
Monday and has our thanks.
Mr. Jas. A, Maddux of Knoxvllle,
called on Monday and requested the
paper sent to his son at Avalon col
ege, It shall be done.
Mr. E. 8. Uosney called to see us on
business on Monday last. He is here
looking after the Jerry Anderson es
tate, which still has some varuable
land for sale in this county.
Our popular young friend Lee Allen,
the assistant cashier at the Kay Sav
ings iiank, has our thanks for sub
scription for paper to be sent to Geo
K. Timuu In Texas.
This section has been enduring one
ot the worst sleets, since Friday last
ever seen In Missouri. It is danger
ous to attempt to walk on seme of our
A pleasant partv was given by Miss
Grace Froraan of I'liittspurg, last week,
in houor of Mibs Allie Duval, one of
the reigniug belles of Hicumoud, who
was visiting her.
SrLAKEit Caklisle is advertised to
speuk in Atlanta and Macon, Ga., the
last ol this month. The tariff relurm
banner needs to be planted in the south
aud no one can do lbs work more ef
fectually than Speaker Carlisle.
The first prosecution under the Wood
local option law came up in Pike coun
ty luring last week. A negro by the
name of Swan was arrested for selling
whisky, tried, convicted and sentenoed
to pay a tine of ti)0 and to pass a year
of his life in the county jail,
Hon. Jamks b. Kollixs one of the
most noted publio men of Missouri,
died at his home in Columbia ou Mon
day last. His history is so eloaely iu
tertvoveu with the great strides toward
greatness made in this state that one
cannot be well told without the other.
Da. John Kav, for many years edit
or and proprietor of the Cassville Dem
ocrat, is dead. He was a member of
the constitutional couvention of 1676.
His death is supposed to be due to
over-excitement, incident to a recent
local option contest in his county.
TiliKD and fourth-class post masters
are not naid enough for their work.
It is a fraud on this class of ofheers to
be compelled to furnish boxes for the
use of patrons at their expense aud
then be compelled to pay the govern
ment the rent collected for the use of
same by patrons. Tho fraud should
Sen atoii Vouuiies delivered a very
fine speech on the tanlf and preeideLl's
message last week. It was a pleasing
addreas, well delivered,, but did not
bring out the sie ge hammer facts,
necessary to show the people how they
are being robbed for the benefit of
protected manufacturing monopolists.
Oratory la always plewing but tber
are times In our history when orat ,r;
should be based on facts, tnt tue peo
ple wish to bear enlarged upon.
John ciikkman made his great
speech on the tariff question In the
L ulled States Senate, last week, but
after all it was nut what the country
expected or mm. lie advanced no
argument or adduced a single reason,
why a protective tariff should be con
tinued that will not melt away, a hen
coufrouted with the facta aud figures,
that can be easily produced and which
clearly prove that our present protect
ive tariff benefits no olaas but the bloat
ed manufacturing monopolists of the
oouutry. Head carefully an article to
be fouud on the fourth page ef Ibis
paper, in first column. There it Is
hon by facts and figures, that the
pretense that a protective tariff bene
ut the laboring man is all bosh, as the
bloated mauulacturing monopsllst se
cure a profit greater than the entire
amount they pay for wages In th
manufacture of woolen noods.
Missouri ens' Illinois.
Missouri levies a tax of 40 cents on
Ine aHoOvalualiou for state purposes.
Hub of this amount is paid fur iuU-resi
and reductiou of the state debt. A
fourth the balance oomes to the school
districts as a pan of ihe publio luud.
1'his leaves just 15 cents on the state
government. Illinois ia out of debt,
aud yet the state tax in that state Is
Dl cents. Jefferson City Tribune.
As Mr. Johannes Nelson was cross
ing the Miasouri I'aoiUo railroad track
about one mile west ot Wellington,
last Saturday afternoon about 4 o'clock,
the west bo nd local freight struck
his mules, injuring both, oue of them
so severely that it had to be killed
Ihe mules, sleigb and all were carried
about thirty or forty feet from the
crossing, throwing them Into a hollow
about twelve feet deep. Mr, Nelson,
and Mr, lllchard Johnson, who was
with him aud driving, jumped out
before the train struck the mules, and
neither was hurt. They cannot tell
whether or Dot the proper signals were
given, Lexington iDteUlgenoer,
and ba acers, Mugs,
Don't fail to see us.
See "Fun orthe HristoPatthoOpern
Wm. I raki s of M i-onri City adds
his name to our list this neck.
J. C. Vatiglinn has our thanks iur re
newal this morning.
Judge I). Cramer orders the Dkmo
ckat to Wilbcr Owens, nt Columbia.
It shall go.
Head the Ad. of It. M. Sutherlln the
"Mi-sicai. Instri mbnT Deai.eu" and
send for the Music, will only cost you
a postal card.
Our popular young friend Will Mur
ray of Severance, Kansas culled and ro
newoil this morning. He is home on n
visit for a few days.
The Fisherchureh trouble at Tren
ton, seems lo excite curiosity here, but
so far we have not tieen able lo get the
particulars of the matter.
The entertainment given at the hand
some residence ot Thos. D. Woodson,
on last Thursday evening was ono of
the most enjoyable of the aeason and
will be long remmembercd by all those
Tho Harry Adams combination are
playing to full houses here this week
This is a troupe of excelcut artists,
hence they give the best :itisfiii.ti(-u
wherever theyg :. Don't fail to sec
them whilo here. They always draw a
A nuniberof the younladics of Uich
mond have organized a cooking club.
ud recently gave uu excellent dinner
to their young gentleman friends at the
residence of Mr. M. W. Crispin, which
was an enjoyable ulfair, and the guests
wero treated to a feast uf good things,
prepared by fair hands. This is a com
Mr. Thomas P. Monfort, formerly of
this county, has started a paper ui in
dependence and christened it "Inde
pendence Democrat." Mr. Monfort is
a good writer, and we wish him the
greatest success with the new paper.
A. N. liiddle visited Kansas last
Miss Bell Coffman Is visiting hei
mothers near Millville.
satu Alsup has relumed to his Ohio
Dick Courtney left for Kansas ou
M mday to spend several weeks visit
ot. .bibeilon spent several days laoi.
week iu Kansas city.
JJiss Clara Flint alii attend school
at iiichmoud this wiuter.
A. N. and John N Kiddle will attend
scuool at Avalon tbia wiuter.
Miss Anna Jackson is visiting her
broi her at Marshall, Mo.
Mrs. Dudley Lowry has returned to
her Kansas home.
Jno.lt. Kiddle will teach the Sum
mers choil, and Mr. Lockhirt the Tui-
Mr. X. U. Etherton, oue of our tuos:
popular school teachers, who is now
teaching near Iiichmoud, sput the
holidays with his parents near this
Georgeville has a new barber.
A parly consisting of Tobe Gra lain,
Charles Co If in an aud Ed Petty, ai.u
Misses Mary Mobn, Emma UianaUi,
aud Lizzie Graham epeut several du)t
uurlng the holidays, visiting ueai
Johu Toomay of Avalon college
spent Christmas witu his parents.
1 he oj ster supper at Wm. li ya ita.
on the Hist, as largely aiteuued auu
ail enjujed tbemstuves splendidly.
D;eU ou the aisl. of tjphoid lever
iteoecca Toom.j, daughter of 1 imo-
my xoomay.agea iu yeais. She was
bulled at Lutle I'uiou on the tlrst.
Mr. Toomay has tile sympathy of the
entice community Ibis being the thl'd
oue of bis family to die, wile aud two
daughters, in a liitle over a mouth s
time. Niue persons have been buried
at .Little Union sluce the first of last
C jrrection. iu last Georgeville Jots
should have been Messrs. Karu, lleith
kaiup, and Miasm Croly, Monn and
Michaels, iustead of making "Misses'
of the whole party. topsy.
Fox, Mo., Jas. 1, lss.
Looking round wu see nature clothed
with icy garments and feel her keen
trosly breath warns us tu yield to the
inevitable fate of man, though resllutk
are we to gather the uus of the
day as they go by, aud by Ihe wav,
we nna a uiuu who wants ua to
lmforiu him what amount of foreign
fjopuiauuu wttua.ttiiiiue unileu Qlales
also the auuual immigration of foriiru-
ers cau you tell us, picase do so tu tins
spencer Case is ruminating In the
winter laud ot Kaunas wnu a view ot
moving luere al some future lime. e
.no lliul no will Oe sallsued wnu oiu
lluy wueu he returns, we tried it.
Grand balloon asoension al ltussell
ville, together with a good dispiuv oi
li re-hoiks Tuesday uigut last, gieiiily
to Wo aiuuseuiellt ol tue many pi-useul,
given tree by 1). F. Comer Co.
A greatdeal of ice i. beiug put up in
this locality this winter, cerlaiuh our
friends anticipate a dry hut summer
since me auopiion or local optlou. l e
do not wish too much dry. We must
have have com, wheal aud oats.unv wa
you know. God may seud rain to the
unjust through lsoa aud reseat Cleve-
iauu as president.
Ifours Truly, Tip sv
Pope leu is very frugal. When
elected pope it is related ot him thut
whon bo iirit sat dowo to dinuer lu
found au extra dish oa thu Uulu pre
pared in honor of his eK-clioti. To tht
sutvauL ua sum; -yu you i imi k i can
eat mora as pope thau aa cardinalP
Dou.t let tills occur again. I shall ri'g
mam my own toaia-ju."
L. M. Jackson, of Independence, Is
in the city shaking handswith friends
J. H. Wilson of .MillviMn Heine," our
finances and has our thanks.
Dr. Ceo. Washington reiiuwidf"r
T. L. Shaw, our popular siuKUoi' re
Judge lluuhcs slipped on the ii-eaud
sprained his wri.t hist Saturday
The bad roads and bad weather are
keeping the farmers nt home.
A. J. ItarWr, and old substantial
fanner from the Orrick country, renew
Amos Biimslcr, of thu Millville coun
try made as a solid call on Monday
Snow is falling rapidly this morning
and tho indications are fair for a deep
The fi i-ni of Marshall, Son, has been
changed, John lia ing Ih-en admitted
as a partner. The linn is now Marshall
Through our smiling friend Jimtnic
jiih i xii,-,,, ; !," M
Hill, to our list this week.
T. II. llntlicld of Taitsville, has our
thanks for liberal aid in support of the
witlows and orphan of tne Dkmim-iiat.
Our cood natured friend, Jlalen Mc
(nugli handed iu renewal money last
It. C. Craven, the old reliable Mill
villo merchant adds his name to our
list arain. lie was one of our most
staunch patrons at Millville.
John Tail, the father of Taitsville,
dropped in Mauilay to settle, for some
legal advertising. The Democrat did
nut get there ou schedule time last Fri
day, and there is a screw loose some
where. Sf.natuii 11ki k has l'en re-elected
to the senate fr
Maj. J. H. ltieke arrived here yester
day and has taken charge, with Mr. ('.
I. .laeolis, of Ihe Jacobs Hotel. There
is not a heller hotel man or nioreelever
trentleniau iu the slate than the Major.
'1'hese gentlemen will dispense w ilh
clerks anil run the business themselves
Good luck lo them. Carrollton Jour
It auk Xtntrmeitt.
Olll.-ial sliiteiuent of the final. rial rnn-
lili'Mi Mi llie Kav County Mnvinirs Hank,
al Iti'-hmiUMl, Ifav enmity. Stale ot Mis
souri, at tin clo-e ot lewness oli Ulclllst
day ol Deceiuhcr, Is-sJ.
HKsol i:i l.s
(HT-oiiill or collateral secu-
ri:y $111 Sill SKI
I.ietnt- anil ili-eouhls uuiloulit-
eillv H'oil on real estate se
cond' O.OtKl 110
111 1S4 M
0 OUU (HI
1 ;M Kll
Ovcriliat'ti lv solvent custoui-
l lllleil Sl.-iles hoil'l. nil h.luil.
Other IiihmI. mill -tin k at Ihelr
ire-e:it cuh market price..
Due friiln other bank. Kood
on siuili draft
iteal e-!.-itc nl pieselit ca.-h
Kurniliire ami fixtures
Clieck anil other e.i-h Item-.
Hills ut' National hauks and
lee;itl li mlcr L . S. LOtes
fc'.xeliauge maturing anil ma-
I.I.Mtll.l 1 lK-.
Capital stock paid ill
Siii iilu- luud- ou hand
176 888 0
I nuivlileil ileclareil Olviil lis
llepnsila subject to dltllt at
sljrh ..... ,...i
fleposlis subject to drutts at
Illlis i ava-h-
(iiieoiher flanks tniU hauk'rs
Kxi"-nncs now tin.-
, $J52,22l 37
Slate ot Mi.-iiiirl,
Couutv ol Uav, l
We. M. Vi. ftrUpln.
President and tt'.M. Alh-on. Cashier ol
said hank, mid each ot us do solemnly
-wear (hat the above statement is true
to the best ot'uur knoivede ami heluf.
M. W. CRISPIN,
IV. M. A l.l.l -ox, Ca.hier.
Subscribed an I sworn to before ine this
Kll'i Uav ol Jsliuarv. A. D., 1WSS.
Witness ii. y hand ami notarial seal
, hereto alhxeil, at olllee in Kleh
sj eal -iiioiid. flay Co., Mo., the date
. la-t ntiiresaid. (Coinuili-sioned
and qualified for a term expiring March
R. K. K.stkii, Notary Public.
Corn et Attest .
A. K. K -vftnrn, 1
Tims II w. Hard, V Directors
K. J. W.I iaius, J
o r :
j. s. ni (;m:s & co.,
At lti;Jvnfi;i'1, liay County. St life of
MiMsmu'i, n tlic cl-isd uf h,i'"''ss on
tbe aUL tUy ot i)ec;iuter, lw7.
btt'tllV L"Ji v.
ill n-r.i! .
$ 2-:,rji yo
Liijii- :i:h ll-t iMiniy i
t:il1y j;ind u H ill -title !.'
(Mi: it v
Jv;r.lr..iU h MNM'iil cul..
,Ttill.'i M.il.'H H mii on h.iihl
Olh'-r btiHiU inul t-lock nt
tth'lr prrxi'iil rif-h initrki'l
priiw 2-SWK1 00
ne iptttn (M'i.t imiiK-. uuuti
nil i- i " 1 1 1 limit
(tt 5l9 00
22 -VN of)
lilill P-.T;tC Ht (trc-fht rfll
Kurn 1' lire hmi) II x tun.
k- MlliI 'MlliT c;i-l itflll
ItilUiil i);itiiniHl hiinkf iiikI le-
tfiil ti-ud'-r L. in (
nl. I mill
hX-llHir' IIiHlUIIIl hih) nut-
, 00, COO 00
I I VIUI.1 1 IKS
Capital Sftiek Hi
Suipln tin km hantl. ...
.. Mt.ttitt IN)
4 Ua j tJi
.. ;i0(i.20 47
,. 00 OHl OH
Ut'H l 10
i iv Hint fe lnr-(l HlviiU'i
if WV (!
. 00 uou ou
Total I7t 13
County ol K.i . (
; .l..-. i S. Htiv'hcs
Irr intent, ami Huiiu-it iIiiIh--, a-liter
o taiil bunk, an I i-ii'li ul u-. ilo h. ileum
Iv (.wear that i tie al'i.ye f tait inent
true to the he it ol' our k.muieiio ami
JOM:i'U S. IH'UIKS.
bi:ki;it iu(iin:s( t ahu-r.
SuhcerilN it ami -uvuru to tieiun' nnT this
loth dav ol Jjhiu'V. A. D., Ism.
lihe- uiv li. iinl and iiiitiiilal
seal heti iii ailiM-il ut mtire In
ltiihiiitind. .Mil, the dale, la-t
uloreruni. ((uiiiini--iiiiied and
'lOtilitleO tor u term expU'iujf Augunt
THOMAS N. I-AVKLOPK.
torrect Attesr :
( . il. Uiii'iien. DiftcWr,
WE MUST SELL or BUST
OUK CiiCSfrLlT .5ANUAUI SWEilill'
All Winter Goods Must Go
Take lEae EBridlc off and let EitE go
. nn t , - - - - - - HrriTv
$18.0'J 0 ci'i'oata nmv $lo.00 IIO.IWJ CI aki niw 7.50
lti.oO Overcmits now 12. "iO 8.50 Cloaks now 6.C0
15.1.10 Overcoats now 1150 o 00 Cloaks now 3.C0
10.00 Overcoat. now 7.00 7 00 Jacke'.s nuw 5.50
7.50 Overcoats now o.uO oW Jackets now ,C0
5.00 Overcoats now 4.."0 :).."0 Jackets now 2.G0
Mens full stork kip Boot 2.00 sriX'IA LS : Ladi-s shoes $ 1 2'. J a lie) kid btt.onand
Bovs full stork kii Hoots l.'Jo t'ron litco IXo. at Ices than COST t c!oc out.
SrECIAT.S : M.n'sli .ml liintlc I'.oot No. ti. Men's sack Men Fur Cnps $1- Men's IiVs '.('c, J
coats :J4 & :).")arnl frock cnat-i :!, .'.", ;)') ami JJ'!.
Wt w;uil toflosr
What Is a Suiptui?
The New York World fays a great
deal in a small space on a surplus
yielding tariff In this:
IA surplus is that which exists in
excess of needs.
The government had last yeir s
surplus revenue of f?u:i,uc,i.iMi. It
will have this year a surplus of 3110,
t This revenue Is produced hv a tar
iff. A tariff is a tax. Tne surplus rev
enue Is therefore pro tucid by a sur-
nltia t.rlfT or u turilT In mt.iii.i itt the
.ami.msnt'niMh. Tost.V .or -
plus revenue we mnat abolisa .lie sur "'! "'Hieions an 1 p isislent ad
plus taxes. 'vertiliig is the keystone of success;
Hut there is alio an exci-isa of tariff
beyond what Is needed f ir protection "' J""1-
to American industries. Th. averse since the ex'eruiiiiit.on of the Craig
rate on dutUbla ftnporU under the r.,ll;v.ir irang of o.C'. uv s Hon-im noun
tariff of Wlti-SO-acventy yean aev ,Vi Kj hl4J B,ieil , eaw 0f
when the lefant lndiistriea were young K, r....,tyi fr the ,lrst, tt)c 1 Its
-was 30 per cent. 1 nder thu tarul hK ,1)ry wwkr ,lpwspaet of ltll
of 1821. distinctly protective, it ws )wf-,,, ,!;,l!ttnil Illa,,H. T!l ,,
,., perceui. iuuij inj, mil. oi ine
fathers of protection, scaled this t.uill
down, bv the gradual operations of the
act of -il. to 20 per cent, for propo-
sing very much lesa thau ti -. l'res.-
deut Cleveland la today de.i i'i nee.l ns
a -tret trader' by the untaught disci-
pleaof Henry Clay.
The war tariff of l)3 aver .g-d bm
32.6i per cent. The increased and pro
longed war tariff last year averaifee
PJperccnt. Thirty per cent of thi-l
is unnecessary either lor revenue oi
'Surplus protection, therefore'
duces surplus sevenue There must he
no tariff fur surpUis aud no aurpiu
When Shall we Slop Advertising.
Ten succsiasful biiaine.'S .uc'i were
asked when, iu their j i-t k" o-1 1 1. it
would do to "stop adverLiaii.g." We
oommend their answers to those busi
ness men who do not believe iu pub
lishing their wares.
1st, "When population ceases to
multiply, and the generations thai
crowd on after you, and never heard
uf you, stop coming ou."
2nd. "When you have convinced
everybody whose life will touch yours,
that you have better goods tor tne
price thau they cau ever get any
3rd. "When you percieve It to be
the rule that men w ho never advertise
are outstripping their neighbors iu the
same line of business "
4th. '-When men stop ni..Ui!ir for
tunes right iu your very suria' sulci)
through the discreet use of this uiigli
Dili. "When you can forget the
words ot the shrewdest aud most sue
cesstul business men concerning the
main cause o.' projperity."
S jSCRIBNER'S ! iftfT ti
ln 1 ll.A.iini, I -. f I In.pM
ivn so ii;iiuL-ro ii..im,uiv v., . .j ui.
1 . i.,ni..A.
than national circulation exceeding- 12S.OOO
'I-PR1CE 25 CENTS 'A INUMBEIV S3.00 A YEAR-
Q&rlc5 5cribner.y Jons
'to offer SCRIBNER'5 MAGAZINE witn tne
THE RICHMOND DEMOCRAT
At tlie liw cotnliitiBtion rate if i'-iW) If lilh, Send
your order now, Suliwriptinti n uv Win nt anv timo.
TI1H HICllMO-ND DEMOCRAT,
BO u f 2 S 7 11
HIGH PRICES srs HUYUU! Tto in our
Flight because tliiy can Dot re icli tlii)
WE HAVE FORMED tjlUMWIf
A CONSPIRACY TO VOL 11ET
la orJer to rnduoB OUlt STOL'lv ly .1 AN. r, we aru jf ni.g
to make you BARGAIN'S more marvelous tlian ever bot'orr,
,Yoteible ttarguiiiH hi I Hih i tri or
Undershirts li'lj worth Sue Kxtr:i heavy giMlch rib-
Scarlet all wool shirts 50o "iic. bed shirts 3',
Cant ili tunnel drawers aoo " Sic. lieniiiue bin-k K!l'Vts 7-!
Kalt Drawers heavy u ' 30c E. Ueuvy d.wnl shitU l s
Congieiis shoes "i-ink" 'i
KlUTS, OVKU004TS. HATS, CAPS, Hi H ls mid sill ii'.s, nt j p r
cent reduction. Want uf sp ice prevents in lueu'.ioiiinj tiie iinineiiHH line
of BAItUAINU, we still have. fctudy our l'rices, und don't wait, but come
now, while our stock lasts.
out v'r. lliinyaiifl will
o h. "Wlim nvi-ry in in lm"i bworn
o thorouKiily a creature of haliit that
hn will huy this year where he bought
7. li. "When ymiiig-r and fresher
and npunkier concerns in your line
"ease atartliiK up and using the news
paper In telling the people how much
pettt-r they can do for them than you
H'h. WUhii you would rather have
your own way and fail, than take ad
vice and win."
Hth. "When nobody else thinks It
' P"?" lo "llwrt '"
" -"p, ... omcra win
nf ,.,,, :,i, tl... ,ies!ii,ie nf
.,, .,,.,,,.,. s, oreher. u , m is
..,... M,.,ari., , .... .upland
,,,,., ,mt ,e r,lsrill8 remain-
Mi!.9 Vti,ncl, E Willard ia an enthu
, ... .,, ,OJ. Wh ittler.
.,-v. ..,,, , ,..,,.. .
a I'hieairo jnp-r at'einpfi to fire the
niiunis Republican hc.irt by parading
; llR )i8t of Democrnts from tlmt state
pio-'whn KrP holduiir federal oltic-'S.
This old Kiu-ltsb f amily J edlclnc In
u i f,.r mi jinn, al! oer the world,
i.-r Liie, ludikeoUun, L!verv Ac
Gi Pure Vetsblo Insredients.
FREE TftOM MIJllCTTRT.
A W ( i,iri niw.i)iiiifriflUidf'il into STACKS
vn si:rrri(iNH will D Hfut ou amilicatiou
Ti t!'W) who w.iiit MiHir fl vort Itinff to pay, wp
in nll.-r in In-tL r in- tiniii lor tlnn nunti und
leri l.ocnl l.fs.t. (iro. F. KiHfll .
In Sin ii.'f Witt'"!, New York.
DA VENTOItT, KlWA.
Vitnpalhic Syslcni or Life
Tlu 1'Xtr.innliimrv cirts wl v till
v--i.iii hi tiii-vtud, li&va mtrauttJ pub
Dr. Aii.lhi will (ll.isruoo ymtr iliHca1,!'
.viilnnit. I'linriri ur wichitut -winji ym.
MMi I lork ol luir nuil iliruo J rvnt sLuups
tut In k' J'ft: mill fx.
All hi- nirilk-liu' tin hi l,it.vvit
(nu mill ih'.v -iiibr'CL' til that ik auoii
iti till mlii."- Mftuun of pi-u.tU'i!. Atitirtun
l.iwk H"X ,'y':2, Davksimjut, Iowa.
.,1K, f.r.i-1 I, on. iHfulfv
1) with Acs SI'S..
the Poblisheru enable us;
ifors. Uur t inn ,-tit'ir -i nvi: m a Surry
f igj.es, wt ivn uit lt-Ki.v
i'!',f3W7 A!l WE Wt IT,
Tho Tamo us Clothier.
nijiU'tli(?lvost I'rlci's ever known In tills
i. r." s1 - .ia
iVM t. h "' !! 1? 'k.T:
1 desire to know how manv 'tnrans and Pianns" tlipra am In ltaw V.a .
and in order to aneeruin tins, 1 will send a beautiful piece of sheet musio
pontHire paid, to every persou In the county that haveeltlinr of the above in
iriiuieiits, tlmt will send me a pi slul curd statmir the kIMI of instrument
they have and Hnw Ions; ttiey have hail It. Tin will appear in this paper
only ii weeks but muslo will be sent to March 1st, l-V f hope every owner
ot a l'iauo or Orguii will reapousHo tins oiler. Write name and i O. ad
Iteisident Music Dealer
THE BAIN WAGON
Best Wagon on Wheels
II nIjuhIm the test w here nil failed. Tl.
sales ol this Famous Wayon are greater
than any other. All lreiyhiersou the plains
want this wayon, and will take uo other
when they ean net il.
We also have a lull line of
BUGGIES 011 ALL GllADES
Ineludin- the eelebrated Sleel Gear butrsy,
Ihe wonder of the world.
1 nil Stoek of I.arhed Wire :md ltonil
Serapers always on
Ihe very best Pine Lumber, Windows,
Doors, Lathes, Lime, Cement, jfce.,
always at hand at
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Conn; and see our Goods, Learn ou
rices, and then you are sure to buy of u.
Jackson. Patton Hauscr.
Only $1.50 a Year.
! ft S S3 J i ARM ANNUAL KOfJ 1HS8
' It. ( K Si Ki J j '1 1 red I'lui.-- v,Jll,,.j.l, ui ili 9
J- J W Ji a tlJl kJJ W i:l-,i. 11,01 N, I- Mill. .,,4 VI.OU 1 li H
1 I ;J' 0 1 9. f A lluibs, I'tiini s, .:..) 1 ' v. f l.itrilrii Tplr., It.l-
1 t l--d V IS V V I .7 ' " ' '1 -uoni w-uiiii-li' i iliil.iui."pnbiii.,ear
ilHS VV. ATLEE BURPFG & CO., PhlUnElPHIa, PA I
I .f..mataiietsuuLmimtm;miiirtt-iitn iiiimi i-i iitwiiiii wsssawwl
The New Steam Laundry Is now open and
dolujr li rt class work.
Family asimm's raiieu lor, asue. ,
Ironed and' Delived for :cls each piece.
All orders left al Lou W illiam Ciar
I'aclory back ol'Savlns IJaulv. ulll receive
prompt Attention. A Lady will take
elihariro of all Laflies wearing apparel.
w. Dl .NLOr, Mauagev
- v. - .'T:'4 J
Six .Months 75 cents
,l:.-,1-srrawi" imi.iiii f ia