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I'lili'prlllll'lll'tl will volo on lool O
lion on I he -'Tlh of tills montb.
'I'hi' Missouri teachers are In session
til Hwt Siriii(r this wiipk.
On tin- fourth mgo will be fonnil fin
n'lviTtiHi'iiHMU of tho olil reliable Mis
souri Hi'iiiblii'an, which is oflorod t
rutlncuil rains, llund mil profit.
WlioupinK i'oiij?h In attended with
but liilln danger when the cough In
kept looio and expectoration easy by
the (run line of Chamberlain's Cough
Kemudy. bold by W. W Musur & son.
Iho cirouii court adjourned on Sat
urday lant until Sept. 6th al which
time a special term will lie held to dis
poo of a lot of criminal cases, that
could not bu reached at the June term
on account of tho Judge being com
pelled to go elsewhere this week.
Willie at Warruiialmrg last week, we
met Prof. J. W. Long, who formerly
taught school at dillerent points In this
County. He is touching and attending
the State Normal altcrnalely, and hopes
to reach the top of the ladder soon, and
then r.iturn to Kay county. He Is an
excellent teacher and we would gladly
welcome him back.
Dr. Ca'lv's Condition Powders they
tone up the digestive organs, free the
system of worms, givo the horse a
rood appetite, causing them to shed
f ei ly and putting them in good shape
for hard work. For Sale by TV. W.
MuUY & SON. tf
We mot Mnj. W. N. Kwing lastwock
on the train near his town Hirmingham
which is in Clay county, just this side
id Kimsa City. He says the town is
booming and will be larger than Kich
nioiid in n year. Already large car
Hlmps are located there and other man'
iif.ifturing establishments will follow.
From ft view from tho car window wo
would sny that it is a town of rapid
The very heavy rains of Saturday
morning, ca-it and north of us, failed
to give us a sprinkle at Richmond, and
on Sunday it ruined all nround without
raining here. At the farm of Jo Hine
just across Crooked Hiver, 3 miles
nnr.hwi'st there was a splendid rain
Sunday evening and this extended to
the whole country north and northeast
The case of the Santa i-'c Railway
ftirain-it Mctirew for right of way over
certain laiuls west of Camden, and
which occupied nearly the entire time
of the March term of our Circuit Court
has been appealed to the Supreme
Court. Tho appeal was perfected last
week, on the part of the railroad. It
will be recollected that McOrew was
given a verdict of C7000. This the
railway company object to paying and
will rely on tho Supreme Court to re-
verso the decision of tho Jnry in the
case. Strange to say Mcfirew also ob
jects to the verdict and wonld doubt
less liavo appealed the case had not
tho railroad done so.
Attention, Odd Fellows.
F. very member of Kichmond Lodge
No. 2us, I. O. O. F., is earnestly re-
ijuctcil to be in attendance at our reg
ular meeting Monday eve, June 25tb,
at M p. ui. us business of importance
will bu submitted. A full turnout is
desired, liy order of tho Lodge.
W. W. Bkown, N. G.
J. All. f.n McDonald, Sec.
Republican Congressional Convention.
A Republican Congressional conven
tion, for this Congressional district, is
called to meet at Hamilton, on Wed
nesday, July 2.th, to nominate a can
didate for Congress. The Republican
County Central Committees are re.
(uesicd to provide for selecting dele
gates in auy maner they see proper.
Hay couuty is culilled to eleven dele
gates. English fpiiviu Liniment removes
nil Hard, Soft, or Calloused Lump and
HlBiulahes from horses Blood Spavin,
Curbs, Sweeney Ringbone, Stlflea,
Sprains, all Swollen Throats Coughs,
Lie. Save 85u by use of one bottle
Warranted. Sold by W. W. Mostly &
Son, Druggists, Richmond, Mo. 'Hlj
Rheumatism and Neuralgia cured in
1 to 3 days for 70 centa by Deletion's
'Mystic Cure." Do not suffer and
waste money on other remedies, This
absolutely never tails, hold by W. W
MObby & Son, DruggisH. 25 Ij
11 yon need lienors ol any kind write
to L. Silverman, Loxington. He will
scud it to you nicely packed. See prices
Ucwhere. . 4m
till Over the Country.
We hear every mam woman and
child say that Richmond is the town
where to buy Goods cheap. It cannot
be beat by any other town, but the
most attractive place in Kichmond Is
THE OIUKNTAL BAZAAR,
or the 5 and 10 cents store, where No
tions. Tinware, Glassware, and Queens
ware are bought at from 80 to 70 per
cent, less than lu any other store In
any other store in northwest Missouri.
Think bow much money you saved last
year by patronizing this store and go
and do likewise this year. lv-
BUI PA.! EUmi.
"COLORADO SHORT LINE!"
'J he ncruplntion of the Missouri !'
cilie Kulwav's Colorado extenfion
throw open to tratllo another line to
Pueblo, Denver, aud all Colorado and
ltocky uiuur.uiu resort. This line
uiatoriiilly bhorteus the distance be
tween fct. Louis and Denver and for
that reaiou has been properly design'
cd the "Colorado Short Line. A com
pletu through car equipment has been
established betwen the terminal points
of tl. u line, and solid trains carry in
1'iiUiuuti Kiillett Sleeping Cars, leave
St. Louis daily and run through via,
Kansas City and 1'ueblo to Denver,
The only line running through from
St. Louis to Colorado points and four
Uftlua to Kansas City dally.
11. C, TtWNSKND.
li. V. & X. Am St Lout.
J. Allen McDonald was con lined to
hil bed last week with malarial fever.
Frog Kedgell, of Kansas City, ia at
home sick again.
W. F. Thomas of l.awson has thanks
for cash on subscription last week.
C. M. Cofl'man of Goorgevillcroncw-
d oh Monday.
Prof. I,. T. Kirk has our thanks for
cash on subscription.
J. E. Ball of St. Cloud Springs has
our thanks for a solid call last week.
llich Hill voted on local option last
week and went against It, nearly two
Tho city is doing considerable gra
cing on Lexing.on street in the east
part of Iho city.
The Missouri Pharmacists are in
session at Pert Is Springs. None of our
Kichmond druggists attended.
Jno. M. Kraua Is building a brick
business house in west Kichmond op
posite the Hailway depot.
Wheat harvest will be on hand in a
few days and the merry jingle of the
reaper will furnish line nius'o.
C. D. Gant and J. K. Hoi man of
Vlbbard were In tho city on Tuesday
last on business.
Circuit Clerk Green was trying a
sw callgrapb.of type writer yesterday
which he thinks of adding to hisllice.
Woody Jackson spent Sunday in
Excelsior. There was a Se-dan attrac
tion for him.
Miss Mary Rotliroek will start for
Denver in a short time to spend the
This, June 21. is the longest day in
the year, from now until Dec. 21. the
days will gradually grow shorter.
The extreme heat the latter part of
last week and the first part of this week
was very debilitating.
Mrs. Tom Grow and baby, returned
to their home in Excelsior, last Tues
Mrs. Harry Woodson has gone to Ex
celsior Springs to spond a few weeks
drinking spring water and recruiting
M. F. McDonald, Jr. is in St. Louis
this week attending the annual meeting
ot the Missonri State Sportsman' As
Prof. L. T. Kirk has gone te Sedalia
to spend a month, at his old home. He
will first attend the State Teachers
Miss Maggie Hughes of Richmond,
attended the Press Convention at War
rensbarg. last week, with her sister
Mrs. Kellar, and had a pleasant visit.
An unusually largo amount of busi
ness was disposed of at the last term
of the circuit court, which adjourned
on Saturday last.
Chinch bngs arc reported s doing
damage to both corn and wheat, in some
part of the county, though we think
hey have appeared ouly in spots.
Mrs. Kelly, wife of the man in jail for
forgery, we understand is packing up
her goods and will go to his people in
southwest Missouri. She has two small
children, ono an infant at the breast.
Garner Elliott happened to the mis
fortune of getting the leg of bis fine
colt broken, by the kick of a horse one
day this week. Ho had refused $100
for the oolt as il is a fine one.
Washouts and lawsuits have doubt
less convinced the Santa Fe Railway
Company that it would have been mon
ey in their pockets to have built by
way of Kichmond.
This section was visited bv a mag
nificent rain last night, and it is still
falling thia morning. At no time was
tho rainfall heavy enough to creato
damage, and its benefits will be untold.
Mr. John Costello, the organizer for
the Rights of Labor, lectured here on
Saturday night last. Owing to the ex
treme heat many did not attend who
would have been pleased to hear blm.
We ordered a supplement fur our
last week's paper, but for the first time
the house failed to fill our order prompt
ly. Their excuse is that one of their
men was off duty, which is poor con
solation to us.
The annual State meeting of the
Chautauqua circle will be held at Per-
tle Springs, near Warrensburg. com
mencing next Wednesday. A line pro
graram for tho wort baa been laid
Our popular Crab Orchard friend,
Dr. John T. Hamilton, is away out al
Garden City, Kansas, looking after
seme speculative Investment, He will
get cured of that fever one of these
Our friend James Johnson from the
Morton country called to see us Tues
day. Ha Is for Francis for governor.
lie says It takes a live man to bo May
or ( St. Louis, and be Is right on that
The county democratic central com
mittee have arranged for the selection
of delegates to the Congressional Con'
vention at Liberty, by townships, and
by next week the chairman of the com
mlttee will name a date on which these
meetings will be beld, and also the
number ot delegates to be selected.
The Lawson fair commences this
year, Aug. 21, and holds four days.
TV e bare before as a copy of the pre
mium list, neatly printed by the Law.
sonlan otrloe. The premiums are lib
eral and everything indicates a good
(air. It should be well patronized
from this section.
The printing of the catalogues for
the Richmond Publlo Schools, will be
let out to the lowest bidder to-morrow
evening and we are assured the lowest
bid will get it. It will be done cheaper
this year than It was last year as the
Dkmotrat is promised a chance at the
job thia time. If we fail to get it the
other fellows will do some cheap work,
At the close of the public school last
week, Miss Annie Black, teacher in
room 6, was presented by her pupils
with an elegant gold pen, as a slight
tribute for ber uniform kind treatmen
to them. At the same time Master
Houstou Washington presented her
with a beautiful, morocco bound vol
ume of Hums' Poems, as a token of
the high regard he bore for bis teacher.
The Hlclnuond School Board has not
yot selected teachers for tho coming
year. The matter was arranged to be
attended to to-morrow, Friday, at a
meeting in the afternoon, but we learn
from ono y f the board that the matter
has been postponed to a future day not
yet agreed upon. In the meantime
applications f,,r positions from Super
intendent down, are la order, aud can
be tiled wilU ih elurk,
tundiy Ball Nsyliif.
The grand jury which adjourned on
Friday last had before it the viola
tions of law by a number of young
men In this rlclnlly. In playing ball
on Sunday. No Indictments were
found, as an Impression hail gone out
that this kind of sport on Sunday was
not In violation of law, but we are re
quested to sny that the members of tho
grand Jury pledged themselves person
ally to lav before future grand juries
any infraction of thia law that may
occur after due notice of their Inten
tion Is given through the columns of
tho Df.mimkat. So boys you may
know what to pxpeot. It is a clear,
plain violation of the statutes of the
state to engngo in a ball game on Sun
day and only those who wish to bo law
breakers, will do It. Wo hardly think
our young men abont Richmond are so
strong headed as to wish to violate law
and bring costs upon themselves or
their parents, but If we have any such,
perhaps a few days In Jail would be
beneficial to them. Such young men
as have hung to the delusion that a
decision of Judge Noonan in St. Louis,
allowing base ball games in that eity
on Sunday, can justify the same here,
had better get set right at once.
Judgo Noonan is only a police Judge
with jurisdiction over petty cases In
the city, and ho never has made a de
cision In regard to the Sunday laws
that has not been reversed by the high
er courts. Better not play If you dont
want to have trouble.
Our correspondents failed to write
this week. Perhaps the weather Is too
warn. We hope to bear from them
again next week.
Colt Stkaved. From the old Cris
pin farm, 7 miles north of Kichmond,
on the 10th, a bay Alley with white
spot in forehead, 2 years old, good
size, smooth and in good order. Any
Information that will lead to her re
covery will be paid for. Address me
at Kichmond. C. L. Moohe.
William Forgusson of Orrick.ls away
down among the rock ribbod bills ef
South-west Missouri, and North-western
Arkansas, drinking from tbe pure
waters that trickle from their stony
crevices. He will come back to old
Kay satisfied that this Is God's country.
In the last two weeks we have been
across the state, and can safely say
that corn is at least two weeks in ad
vance, in Kay county, of any other
part of the state. Generally the crop
is backward, but more so elsewhere
Judge Sandusky honored our sane
tnm with a pleasant call on Saturday
last. The longer he remaius on the
bench tbe more the people are satlsfiod
that no mistake was made in selecting
him for Circuit Judge. He is sociable,
pleasant and firm and his rulings are
always prompted by the law.
Ed Darlington has bought an interest
in the Gower Locomotive and retired
the editor-in-chief, who occupied se
conspicuous a placo at the bead of the
paper. Ed is a good newspaper man
and if he will ouly leave strong drink
severely alone, will make a success of
The following persons went from
here to Excelsior to spend Sunday :
Miss Annie Jackson, of Kansas City,
Miss Mary Hughes, Miss Mary Kolh
rock, Miss Maggie Clark. Miss Enna
WilBon.Mrs. Phene Hughes andMessrs.
Hamilton, Patten, Lavelock, Hughes,
Winfield Miller had his dog killed
one day tnis week. It had bit
ten one of the children of J. A. Dav
is, and the next day had fits and show
ed signs of hydrophobia. On this ac
count it was killed. It is not a sign
of hydrophobia every time you see a
dog with fits, for distemper will bring
on this trouble if it gets a hold on the
The biggest rain that has fallen here
within the memory of the oldest inhab
itant fell last night. Just north of tbe
Braymer bridge a little ways nearly
two feet of the railroad track is washed
out, and all trains are delayed. The
rain was a general one from all re
ports, and up on Crooked river near
Elmira, there is another big washout.
The tank pond dam gave way on both
sides of the wagon bridge, but it did
not go out until tbe baok water had
drowned out the fires at McCubbin's
brick kiln. Braymer Bee.
Ir Elder Brooks can only make the
politicians of Missouri believe the as
sertion be made in bis speech Satur
day .week, that the time will soon come
when the preachers, elders and dea
cons will bold all the oflioes, there will
be the grandest inpouring to tbe
churches ever known, and candidates
for promotion to the places named
will be more plentiful then he ever
dreamed of. Hymn books will take
the places now occupied by bottles
and cards, and the first dawn ot tbe
millennium will be plainly visible In
the eastern sky,
Darbja ProliStylaelle fluid.
Use it in every sick-room. Will keep
tbe atmosphere pure and wholesome;
removing allbadodorsfrom any source.
Will destroy all Disease Germs, in
fections from all Fevers and all conta
The eminent physician, J. MAKtoH
Sims, of New York, says: "1 am con
vinced that Prof. Darbys Prophylactic
Fluids is a most valuable disinfectant,
Eld. Somersclosed a very interesting
meeting Monday morning, with 11 av;
dilions. The work done here by Eld,'
Sommers was of a kind to result in
permanent good to tbe church and the
world. He preached the Gospel of
Christ without addition or subtraction.
The Kid. left for his home in Ohio Mon
day evening. We trust that it will bs
our good fortune to have him here
again. Jamesport Gazette.
The Commercial Travelers Protect
ive Association, of tbe United States,
has a membership of over sixteen
thousand and is probably the strong'
est association of the kind in the
world. Mr. John R. Stone, their
Nat'l Sec'y and Treas., 79 Dearbon
St. Chicago, in a letter states that he
has been severely troubled at times,
for the past twenty years, with cramp
and bilious coiio which would oompel
him to take to his bed from three to
six days while in St. Louis at tbeir
last annual meeting he procured a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhea Remedy and bas since
used it with tbe best results. It is the
only Remedy he ever found that effect
ed a rapid aud complete eure. No
one can safely travel without It, Sold
ty w W, Mum 1 4 ao(, u
CLOSE OF SCHOOL.
The Orsdusllno Clsis ol IK8S. They Msks s
Bow Is the Publlo
The Kichmond Public Schools closed
on FrlJfty lant after a very successful
term. The school at the College wn
late atarting on account of tho build
ing not leing onmplctcd.but the teach
ers have pushed the work in the lim
ited time allowed, and as far as our
knowledge goes, the result is quite sat
isfactory. The graduating class of lnxft are
Misses Lulu Shruer, Lizzio Shotw'll.
Lucy Calnen and John D. Kice, ami
thoy acquitted themselves nicely una
Dual examination. Besides the above
there are eight other students in the
junior grade, each of whom will get
to the top round of the ladder In this
school, if they attend and apply them
selves during the next scholastic jenr.
We did not attend the graduatingex
erelses at the Opera House, on Friday
night last, but from tho program, It is
learned that Miss Lulu Shrovcr read
the Salutatory ; Miss Lizzie Shotwell
an essay "Talont of success ;" John
D. Kice, an essay "Education contrast
ed with ignorance" ; Miss Lucy Cal
nen the valcdiotory. Tbe next term
of the school will open at the usual
time In September aud coutinue'nine
Last week K. J. Ketiy and John B.
Troxell, two men who lived in n little
house on Ihe northwest corner of Shaw
and Lexington streets, were arrested
on the charge of forgery. It seems
thoy had forged tbe names of the fol
lowing citizens ot Knoxville and vicin
ity to promissory notes and sold the
same: Thos. Bathgate, Geo. Faucett,
Thomas Motlitt, Kicbard Vansant,
John Linnville and Dr. F. E. Acklcy.
How many notes they forged don't
seem to be known, as only two fell into
the hands of tbe prosecuting, attorney,
and on these two five indictments were
found against tbe parties. The par
ties wero MTaiuged on these indict
ments Saturday last, before Judge
Sandusky and entered a pica of not
guilty. Not being ablo to givo bond
they were remanded to Jail, to await
trial at the special term of court to
commence Sept. 6th. The two notes
in the bands of tbe prosecuting attor
ney are bunglingly drawn, and show
at a glance, that the names arc all
written by the same hand. Hie notes
were drawn in favor of K. J. Kelly ami
from two to three names signed to
each. The two notes especially men
tioned above were gvun as eollateial
security to the bank at Polo, and strange
to say are not indorsed by Kelly as us
ual in such transactions. Thomas
Bathgate who held a forged note or
two, took a chattel mortgage on some
personal property and thus saved him
self. We learn the Hughes Hank, In
this city has one of thu notes for $00,
which is not a very valuable piece of
property just now. Kelly and Troxell
bad taken up some of the forged paper
and it is not known exactly bow much
is standing out. Tbe parties came
here more than a year ago from Bates
oonnty, in this state, and for awhile
Kelly carried the Knoxville mail. They
were putting on a kind of water proof
roof paint, and did considerable work
around town. They were apparently
industrial and economical in thoir hab
its, and were the last men that would
have been accused of forgery. Kullv
claims he oanoot writo, aud Tru.xell is
a poor scribe if he did Ihe writing on
the forged notes.
An exchange puts a good deal of
truth in a few words In the following :
"Then are several classes of men who
can not build a city. First, thu fellows
who squeeze tho eagle on a dollar until
It squawks. Second, the whiners who
will do nothing themselves aud com
plain because some other fellow, by his
energy. Is trying to push along the city
in all that tends to its material advau
cemeut Third, the men who have ac
cumulated fortunes through the ener
gy of others, a:id who refuse to give
up a do Dor for a manufacturing estab
lishment or other enterprise that will
bring wealth to tbe city, The clusus
named and others stand as an ada
mantine wall against the prosperity of
many cities and towns. They are every
where to be tonnd. In some places
there are enough of them to stab every
movement that is calculated to build
a great and prosperous city."
Francis stauds about the sara-) show
of being tbe next governor of Missouri
as Cleveland has ot being the next pres
ident of the Uuited States, Nothing is
"sure'1 except death aud taxes, but
these two events come next on the list,
Sedalia Bazoo .
DO YOU NEED
A pretty now Car
pet! If you do, our
hearty invitation to
visit our Carpet room
will well repay you,
for our entire 2nd.
lioor, eighty feetdeeo,
com Dining lino light
and ampe space, is
full to overflowing
with everything new
and deHlraule In lloor
coverings. Here you
can find anything you
want from a neat in
grain at 23 ctH. to a
royal velvet at 8 1 .50.
Everybody can a Hon I
a nice new carpet at
our winning prices,
ami we snow you a
whole car load to se
lect from at figures
which kill coiuneti
tiou dead everytlme.
Yes. we cut, match
and make, ami guar
tee to please you. so
join the crowd on the
way to McDonalds,
for house clean! ug
time is comlntr ami
the busy housewives
kiiow now to prize a
nice new carpet get
your choice before
they go. They are go
ing going going, and
ihe people say "dear
me, what a great big
stock of carpets, and
as cheap as cheap can
be!" Come ami see
A Oampaigfi Offer.
We will send Ihe Di moi kat from
this daie until Nov. loth. ls for
.'ill cents, or we w ill send the Di.mo
i ht and Kansas Citv Times until
date niention"d for ". cnts. Now
is JSlir time to sulcrihe. if
The Republican Convention,
The National repui'lienn convention
whs called lo npl'T ill Chiengo. on
Tm''lay last, by chairman Jones, of
the National committee, lie rcvl s
lengthy address alter which he an
nounced the temporary organization.
Com milieus were appointed on creden
tials, perniutientoiganialloiiaud rules,
ami on pltitfoitu. The temporary
chairman, Mr. Thurston of Wisconsin,
delivered a speech full of glittering
generalities, after which the conven
tion adjourned until 12 o'clock on
( Hi reassembling viMei'diiy the con
vention on the report of tin) committee
on permanent oviriniatiou. elected
M. M. Estcs ot California, permanent
chairman. The rules id tho lluuse of
Representatives were adopted to gov
eru the business of the convention.
The order in which business was to be
done was also adopted. This provides
for the adoption of a platform, ap
pointing a nalioual committee, ore,
before nominating candidates for pres
ident, leaving the nominations of can
didates tor the last work. The com
mittee on credcutiitls not being roady
to report the convention adjourned to
tt P. M.
Last night the committee on creden
tials reported, seating the Muhone
delegates from Virginia. The report
was adopted and the convention ad
journed until to-day. Tho convention
will doubtless commence balloting
Engineer Uusell, of the Hannibal
Tribune, was bitten on tho tongue by
a spider, the other day, while drinking
water from a dipper. Ho paid no at
tention to the bite at first, but it now
appears tt serious matter. His tongue
was swollen to such proportions that
it coiuparaiivoly fills his mouth and
his physicians have little bones of his
recovery. i. niiucotne i ruuine.
Hon. Mike McCrath Again.
From iliMat''hes Monday we see that
Mr. McGraili will again lio a cnuilidate
for secreli ry of state.
Well. Iiic gentleman certainly lias
gall. For him to a'ain ask for the
oilice afier holding it iliese niaiiyyears
is indicative of lols of assurance; but
in tlie face of all that the newspapers
have said aUiut him. in the face of the
known opposition to "iieh a continuance
of oilice a: tho people of M;ssouri have,
for him to again auuou.ice denotes him
t' lie ihe possessor of pure and unadul
We tiave.not one word to say against
his fitness or qualiiicatiuns' He bos in
the maiu made make a most worthy
otlicer. Tlie people have tesliliod to
that by re-elections' Bat common de
cency would dictate an houorublo re
tirement on his part.
Aud now, if Air. McGrath is not
wnru thut-tho people uro tired of him,
why it simply remains for Ihetu to make
more patent tho fact. Higglusville
A very good, idea could be furmed
of the popularity of thu various cumu
lates tor lioi eruor, by visitiug the
headquarters ut the Laclede hotel du
ring the session of the National Dem
ocratic Convention at St. Louis:
Francis headquarters was crowded
from morning to uiglit aud there was
continual struaiu uf people going lu
and out. We noticed but few callers
at tbe Morehousu headquarters not
more than bait a dozen persons beiug
the room at any one time, while
Glover bad so few callurs that he wan.
dcrcd through the crowd aud seemed
bul little sought ufLcr. Wo saw puo
plu from all portions uf the state and
the general selilimeut is that Francis
will be nominated on tuu lirst ballot.
a COMMON-SENSE REMEDY.
In the matter of cuiaiiven what you
waut is soiueiliing that w illdo its work
while yuu continue to do yours a rem
edy that will give you no inconven
ience nor iulerftre with yo'ur business.
Such a remedy is Allcocks IVkols
I'uslliiK. These plasters are purely
vegetable and absolutely harmless.
They require uo eliango of diet, aud
are not olleoted by wet or cold. Their
action duos nut iulcricro with labor or
business; puu can toil and yet bu cured
while hard at work. They aro so pure
that the yuungcsu thu oldest, the ruusl
tiuiiculc persuu uf either sex cau use
them with great benefit.
Kewaro of imitations, aud do not be
leceived by nibrcproscnluiou.
Ask fur Alecoik's, ami let i10 ev.
planatiun or solicitation induce you to
accept a substitute.
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any state in the l.'nion th.in dUrurt'
MifMouri. If tin-re i au thinjr to com-
plain of in Miouri it is tho instinct
ucunoniy wntcn BonifiuncH mauds m
the way of progress. It is pertain Hint
corruption cannot llouri-h to any wid;
xtM.t Without a belter show at the
public crib than it gel in this state. "
a,doJd ''00 NOSaaVHOIH STI3M
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TO the Peojilo of Kiclirimtitl nnJ K.ty Cuititty, Missouri:
As the Summer Season lias sot in, Lot
ami sultry is tlio air and stimulating bevorugps become
hlghlv essential unu oenoticial to tlio refreshment ot fatigued
mank'nd, invi'jorai''"; the body, tin soul and tho mind. It
is "ro Bo.vo Pi umijo," proelaitred and dt clstred that oil
Choica Fine Old KooL :eky Whiskies, l'liiei -u i-nd domestic
Wines and L'q.'.ors, Brandies and every class of goods in this
necessary Sumaer requirements can be procured, personally.
by calling t'-io J, or ordering
Losing on, l.lo, IV' other
List in existe. ee gen other column.
Djno this day, June "th, lSv.
AVo have secured ttu, servicusof Miss
Muua Bell, of St. Louis. an Kxpcricnc
ed and Faahiouublu Uiuas Muki;r.
Perfect Uts Guaranteed. Tho mo.st
trtistio work throughout. Cull und
J. C. Bkuws Mi:kcantii.k C.
When yuu to Luxtngtuii, call on
Siivurman, uu comer of public e'iuutu
for tine liquors. -iiu
Notici lo Lades
Miss Lou turd will muku a Sti.ual
Run on Millinery and l'arasols, with
greatly Kldlxu prices f-.r tho ut'.xt
30 da) 8. Make it couveuivnt to see
her buforo purehaainj( eUewhere, n-j
she will save you both time and muu-
t Yon Waul Sire Uiikict.
If so, go to Powell iV Sum aud you cua
sue goods that wilt &stonUh uii, both
in quality, lmh and pntu, luiiy gv.&i-
WUcn you go to Li'Miij,'i"ii. t'.ill on
Silvt'rraati, on coruur of pulilic sennit
for tine liquors.
In u'lo.ssv .lot black
Satiiit's und Satin Su
rahs, in Hosiery lor
lalU's, Misses aim
C'lilldrtMi, in Dress
Ijoods and Dress Lin
ings, we uro showing
u very large line,
dye and absolutely
iASX J slack, sanies
wo invito your special
attention to our l ust
IJlack Drt'ss tsoois
and Hosiery, every
vard and every pair
warranted. Duy tliein
aud they uro sure to
plenso you. on ran
lind them only at
Sl'tCIAIi. In our Diesi
Goods Department, wo ure
showing a beautiful lino ol
Stylish shade in all tho new
wcaNes oi iienrteiia, Aima,
kosinos, 31elaiigo ami etc.,
with trimmings to match we
think we can please you nnd
ai usual our pricei arg riUt.
This space belongs to
DAMEAL & WOODSON
and next week, will be
filled with, choice read
ing matter. Look out
for it and it will save
you some money.
Tin! IliMii'tcrtif.s ol Audrain vitUM-.y,
in th.iir t'unvcntinii at Muiro. revived
"Thai tlu d. I.'uatt.- lo thu State ami
judicial cotm'tithm, to be held ut
.Idlcr-iim Cit v and SjirintiMld, ho ro-i-(tietcd
not to netvpt any n.is.ios from
d anv railmad ronmaiiir-t
njrht. ihv fr. c p:is delegate U not a
fivo il.-Wair: mid it U hurii tim.. 1 1..
voice of tho tfivat body which makes
deWale- sho;:Id ho heard in emnlmtic
SnOAH3N sqx io J
tho same from, L, Silverman,
particulars of tho lowest Price
Sweat Potato Punts.
I will hiivo sweet poluloed planth
rcuhiily at lirowu Mt-reantile Co., of
beat varieties, also at thu bed at St.
Cloud Sj rind.
Mf. J. K. Ball.
O'O Fare For Rcund Trips.
On Friday's and Suodi.y'B 1 icKi-tj will
be sold at one fare for the round tripH
ro Hny po;nr on in m. i.nuiH a C Jk
U. u. lunitea tit uv on nav of a!t oulj
U M, 1 AIT. AiiBDU
i'! t: i-. : in uu"l at hen, lofov
il -;n:n- tu Wuikin.-t llr-is., Cluy
iV kMv.i and spinning.
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l VI IN ilAl.l,
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t. HI'tM' 11 1 Ml ir.fli,'ill ti. f
ti l '!.M I'm. I, .t.- , .t,n of l .i
ll.'lil M'l.l h. lit t ItiH Cnmt
t i iitvLniutin in aui cuuuly
b V. hM;j,i-Y, a Ira'r,
Xolicu lo 'feather.
Iti'ijiilur exiiiinnutioiis ot lupplicaiiU
fur tendinis Mtiilcute will be lie id lu
Kl' luiiuiid ou the fourth h.iturdy lu
. , , ; -
O t-i (
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w . ltV 'f i 3
SPEC I AL SALE !
Tho coming week we will sell our
65 cent Reinforced Linen bosom
WHITE SII!RT 135 CIS.
25 cent neckties for 10 cents.
200 extra fine
Queen City Hats,
60 cents on the dollar.
Our 5 1.75 Congress Shoe3
Goes at $1.35.
Great Sacrifice in Clothing, the
coming week at
n is f.i t?A
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQARE.
I liOsiu'clfuMy in vile
examine iny Stock brl'orc inukiiiR' )urchasfs.
I Make a SPECIAL. I Y of Handling
In all LINES, All of which I
will SELL at the LOWEST
PRICES Ff (DASH.
Returning Thanks for past favora, I hope by Close Price
and Fair Dealing, to merit a continuance of th same.
T. G. BALLA11D.
COME TO STAY.
Iluvlug purchasd tbe T. L. tiliaw stock o( s-a.laWy and addded to
same. I note bavetlie Largest, No itoat, anil Dest Assortment ot Paddles,
Harness, (Xillnrs, Whip, Dust-r, Combs, Hrushes and all kinds of Goods
usually kept lu a llret clnss Kstablislimeat, ever l!rou(ht to Ray County
And I defy cumi.etition on all j;ooc!s, Espai-ially on fiina
Carriago and Buggy Harness,
Call ami Examlno my Stock.
Try tie DEMOCRAT
it B. WRIGHT. J. JL GLEASON.
M. B. WRIGHT & CO.,
GOO Main St., KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
The E0BS Ob urn
It will save many times its cost every season in quantity
ind uual ty of butter a)') in labor, Ci'l and examine them
and be eonvineed. We will
perfect satisfaction or money w ill be refunded.
We also, handle complete lino of GASOLINE STOVES,
U EFU IU E KATORS, ICE CKEAM FUEEEKS, Screen
Wire Cloth, Screen Doors, Tinware, Furniture, and the eel-el-rated
Superior Stoves. W o make a specialty t f
HOOFING vV: (.UTTERING.
PERCIVAL & FOWLER,
Ouo duvr west of X'wt Offl
J. B. Stetton and
Latest Styles, an
the TrnJo to call and
Real Estate Agency.
i '.: l.i. tat.,i.uri is no new
:! r'i.: c t. Wd cad rof.r you
t ) utiiiti)')'. r o" ptrlie.'', rtuht lieie
in j on- I'nunty, who li'ivo been
u-itU llicm UiT ever.il years. It
is the M ost peifVct working
Churn ever sold. It will pro
duce more butter, with less lal'or
aud U (ho easiest cleaned, tho
cheapest; the best, and so simple
that al.ild eau operato it.
ptaran'eo every one to give
r. a q h v sj M