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Mo. I, miu n.dnj itn.i,
Mo. 3 run. throiiRli to orlh Ltxtnstoa.
rrtlgbl trims do eolosry pisscDjrtr..
M. I AIT. Annl.
Sum Junes Is entino; fried chicken
and dhliing lip ailing at Tortlo Spring"
A membership ill the National Li
brary Association, In a grand Invest
ment fur any young lady or gentleman.
(ieo. Fuller from near l.awson call
ed on Monday. Ho is quite feehle
from a hurt ho received some months
ago, but Is Improving. He want! to
a ill his farm, located four miles cast
Judge Shcpiird Hureliiy. of St. Louis,
honored tho Dkmoi hat with a call lat
I'riilny. He is a candidate forSupreme
Judge, and was heru interviewing our
people. Ho is a pleasant gentleman
and has a line reputation an a lawyer.
Iost Between the resilience of J.
E. Hall In cast Richmond and the
Wassun House a pair of gold spocta-
cles. A reward ol t' will be paid for
their return to this olllco.
Whooping cough is attended with
but little danger wheu the cough is
kept loose and expectoration easy by
the free uso of Chamberlain'! Cough
Komedy. Sold by W. W Mushy & soil.
We are in receipt of a letter from a
gentleman in Nodaway county, who
wants to rent a medium slued farm in
Hay. He has two good teams, and
says he is a sober man. Who has suoh
a farm to lent Call and got bis ad
dress. Tho hay crop of Kay county is im
mense this year, and our farmers have
had excellent weather to save it in first
class condition and they haave ouo-
ceeded admirably. Fortune has sniil
id on Ray county this year and farm
ers should certainly be properous as
they have been blessed with abundance
We are indebted to a committee of
gentlemen of (ientlemcn for a cordial
Invitation to attend a metting of the
soldiers and sailors of the Third Con
gressional district at Albany, Gentry
county, on the bib, Oth and 10th days
The well known publisher, L. W.
piekersun, of St Louis, Mo.( has re
cently issued a campaign book, entit
led T11K NATIONAL CONTEST.'
It gives valuable information en the
Tariff' ijuestion, Statistics' etc., valua
ble to every voter. Also complete bi
ographies of Cleveland and Thurman,
aud Harrison and Morton. Agents are
wanted to sell tho book. See adver
tisement in another column.
A great many of the citizens of this
vicinity are unable to understand what
das become of tho money for working
the roads and are very much opposed
to the order of the county court not to
Yuy If you caut pay Some of our
road overseers declare that thoy innst
have Li'Mgo material In order to keep
the roads iu a passable oondition.
Mardia New s.
J."o very large number of our people
gave special attention to the total
eetipso of the moon on Sund'ujr Bight
lust, iu fact there Is nothing especially
attractive to others than astronomers,
in an eclipse of the kind, consequently
oil a pleasant night the average citizen
juiicti prefers fioaccful slumbers, aud
Jileasaut dreiuus to sitting around wait
ing fur the moon W hide behind a sha
dow. XiIk prospect tor a corn crop along
the ruilitmd iu the Wakenda bottom
Is very slim ai tills Writing, in fact in
a ride over the Wabash liwl Saturday,
We saw very lew pieces ol good corn
between Hardin aud lirnnswiek. We
are told tlut the crop does not give
p roniise betweon Lawson and St. Jo
seph on the St. Joseph railroad, but
about Richmond aud florin ia the
country another good Tain or two at
the proper tiuio will mako mora curt
than we can take care of.
Tho Commercial Travelers Protect
ive Association, 4f the United States,
has a membership of over sixteen
Ihousaud aud is probably the strong
est association of tho kind in the
World. Mr. John K. Stoue, their
Nut'I Sec'y and Treas., 71) Dearbon
St. Chicago, iu a letter- slates that he
has been severely troubled i times,
Jorlie pat twenty years with eranip
ud bilious colic which would Donipol
pirn to take 3a his bed from three to
six Java while iu St. liouit at their
test niuiii Meeting Be procured
bottle of Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera
mid JUiarrbca Remedy and has since
Used it with the best result It t the
.Qniy Remedy he ever found tbat effect
ed a rapid and complete tura. No
one can salely travut without M. Sold
by W. M'.M'isnr & mm. tf
When ion go l Lexington, a)'f on
Silveriuuiir on Poyncr of publio Jquare
lof lino liquors. ajft
VV tho case o Ves. 1 aliens, 4no
as i rarge wit? prooaring goods un
dcrftalJ pretenses, 'ried before Justice
jiruve fust tKii:da;. Ui prisonuf was
vljtuVi'i K'di'f 4 illu -A 6nd
tuakt Hit wtiiouluitAed' jail t
;rvo uvis lino. Hurdin tiews.
'tfneuuialiaiu aud Neuralgia 6drea In
u to f 4uya tor 76 eeiiU b Detchon's
Mystic Cure.1 lH not suitor and
4raale money on other remedies This
absolutely otver tails, bold bi W. W
Moabf Sot, Druggist. JS-lJ
If you need liquor uf any kind write
r L. SilverinaUr Lexington, Hu will
end it tj ou nicely packed. See prices
.Hi Oerr Ihe Vuuntry,
We be every man woman and
child say that Richmond la the town
where to buy Goods cheap. It cannot
be beat by any other town, but the
most atti active place iu Richmond
TUB OKIKNTiL BAZAAll,
jr the S and 10 cents store, where No
tions, Tinware.Ulass ware, and Queena
ware are bought at from HO to 70 per
ceut. less than Iu any other store In
auy other store iu northwest Missouri.
Ttilus. how much money you saved last
year by patrouUiug this store and go
and do Likewise UUi year, l
Mori Jourdon, a popular Norborne
attorney, was In the city on Friday last.
Mr. L. (1. Clements has our thanks
for renewal this morning.
William (freer of Camden kas been
granted a pension.
I'rof. David T. Gentry, of Klrksville,
honored our offioe with a call yester
day. Miss Lucy Warrlnncr returned home
yesterday evening from Kansas City,
after an xteended visit to friends.
Mrs. Anna J. Hudglns and Miss
Mattlo Hudglns, of St. Leuls, are vis
iting the family of Col. C. T. Garner.
J. 11. Duncan, of Marysville, foiraer
of this place, is here in the interest of
the National Library Association.
Dr. II. C. Garner made a Hying visit
to Chariton county, the first of this
Throngh Dr. fihotwell we add the
name uf Charlie Kricger of Chicago, to
our list this week.
Secure a membership of J. B. Dun
can in the National Library Associa
tion, Judge Jno. T. Hanistcr Is having
the foundation laid for a commodious
dwelling on the west part of his lot on
Judge Barclay, of St. Iiuls added
his name to our list last week and will
in future read the "Doss'' country pa
per. We met our old friend J. A. Doyle
at Uuntsville, Saturday. He is station
agent there and himself and family
arc in excellent health.
Alf Sleep, representing the North
western Masonic Aid Association call
ed on Tuesday, but not Sliding the edi
tor in need of aid he departed in peace.
M. D. Wolfe, state mine Inspector,
was here yosterday and inspected our
coal mines. If he found any of them
out of shape he did not make it known.
Geo. Anderson was hit on the neck
with a base ball at Kxcelsior Springs
last Sunday and somewhat stunned for
a little while but wis not muoh hurt.
Reuben Brown and his foroe of car
penters are at Camden this week, put
ting up a store house for Bob Fritchard,
bis old house being too small for his
The Richmond Base Ball Club went
up to Excelsior last Sunday to play a
match game. If every one of them had
been put in jail, it would have served
From Wm. Wilson and other coal
operators we learn that there la a fair
demand for coal and the business is in
a healthy condition now. Thedeman l
s much larger than usual at this sea
Squire Cal Cates lost a fine cow on
Sunday morning last, which was killed
by the cars, near the railroad crossing
south of his residence. He is not oei
tain which train killed her or exactly
now it occurred.
Mr, Wm. Ferguson.from Orrick.call-
ed on Friday last and renewed for
which he has our thanks. He failed to
Hud a location to suit him either in
southwest Missouri or northern Arkan
sas, and will stick to Kay county awhile
From A. C. Kincaid we learn that a
steam threshing engine broke through
bnugo in Lafayette county, last Sat
urday! killing the engineer by scalding
him to death. 1'ha engine fell of 18
feet into a ravine. This occur rod six
miles south of Lexington but he could
not get the names of the parties.
The townships wore all represented
at tho meeting of the democratic cen
tral committee) yesterday, and if the
committee can be taken as a reflection
of the democratic sentiment of the
county, Francis will have a walk over
n tho contest for delegates.
As lur as heard from, tlios who
ava threshed their wheat arererv
well satislied with the turn out and
ourcroji will evidently be larger than
usual. Quite a number of steam
threshers are at work in the oounty,
and much of the crop is being threshed
from the shock.
We took in the barbecua at Hunts-
ville, Missouri, last Saturday. As that
is our old home we probably shook
hands with SUO men tbat we have not
seen lot ten years past, and we much
enjoyed the visit. Crops are good and
fortune seems to be smiling on that
section, consequently every body was
in a good humor.
Mesrs. C'harlei Mizinga and Owen
Ford,two young gentlemen from Grape
Grove township turned their faces to
ward the west last Friday and left us.
1 hem first stop will be at Emporia,
Kansas, and if they don't get home
sick there, they will proceed farther
west, with a hope of finally settling on
the golden shores at California,
Mr. Henry Brown called on Monday
and renewed. He lias had quite a se
vere spell ef sickness, which kept him
down several months aud he is yet
weak, but it alowly regaining his
health. Ha has ou acres of excellent
land, lying four miles west of town,
and adjoiuing the land of Elder Will
T. Brown that he is offering for sale
at a bargain, aud some man wanting
a smau noma would do well to call
aua sea ms iana.
uur (riciiu ouui narrisou wno lives
out near Swanwick, met wiih quite a
mishap last Sunday, but fortunately
no, daiuagtj was done. He started
with his wife and baby to meeting aud
n crossing Crooked River at St. Cloud
Springs, the buggy was overturned
down an embankment throwing them
all out, He Held on to the horse,
which was a oolt that had been nsed
but a few times, until help arrived and
matters soon righted again. No danf
age was done to the buggy or harness
to amount to much and after getting
things rigniuo) no went on bis way re-
U.h L C Kincaid of Knoxvilin,
called yesterday on his way home from
Camden lieinl, where with his partuer
Mr. Wilkcrson he has been runnings
thresher, ihey have a fine aleam oub
tit and are duing first elass work. On
Monday last they set the machine four
times and threshed 1070 bushels, which
is big work. 8o far this season they
have threshed mno thousand bushel
and are still at work. They find the
wheat turning out a little bettor and
and also of better quality than last
year, and whore thev have been, the
acreage is about the same as last year.
They expect to finish up In that coun
try soon, and go back to Knoxvllle
township where they have I big lot Of
work before them,
The matter of (electing a anpertn
tendont for Richmond College seems to
be yet In doubt. In our last issne we
announced that Prof. 1.. T. Kirk hail
been named for the position, but at a
meeting of the Board on Saturday last,
it ia understood that his eloctlon was
reconsidered and the board refused to
contract with him. Tho board la in
session this morning and at thla hour
11:20 we hare no word from them, and
the whole matter la In doubt.
Latch. Prof. Kirk declired to ac
cept the possitlon of Superintendent
and the board adjourned until August
Cth, at which time a principal and two
assistants will be chosen. Applications
Louis Megede, Sr. will sail for Eu
rope early next month.
Miss l.u In Chenaiilt has gone to Sev
erance, Kansas to visit Miss Edwards.
Dr. Botide and family of Independ
ence are In the city visiting the family
of Louis Megede, Jr.
Mr. Geo. McWllllams.of Kansas City
is in tho city visiting the family of J.
Mr. W. B. Bennett, ef Camden Bend,
has our thanks for oaah on subscription
Miss Maude Wauling, of Lawson, who
has been the guest of Mrs. James Ber-
ard, returned home yesterday.
The re-union of tho family of Clay
ton Jacobs, of this city, came off last
Sunday as per notice in our last Issue.
The elite club, by special request met
at Col. Kit Garners, on Monday last in
honor of Miss Hudgens, of SU Louis.
Miss Carle Metcalf of Blackburn and
Miss May Catron, of Waverly.also Miss
Georgia Fletcher, of Alma, are in the
city, the guests of Miss Mollie Catron.
The elite club met last Tuesday with
Miss Jennie Woodson, In honor of
Miss Ryland and Miss Young, of Lex
ington, and were delightfully enter
tained. Mrs. Alice Rothrock Is visiting Mrs.
Doyle, of Huntavllle. We met her last
Satumay at the Barbecue at that place.
She much regrets that she waa not here
at the school election to vote against
At the residence of her husband. In
this city, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Mar
garet L. Dickson, wife of Wm. A.
Dickson, after a lingering Illness. The
deceased was a daughter of the late
Dr. Berry Hughes, of Hardin. She
was 50 yeara old and had been married
to Mr. Dickson 20 years. She was a
member of the Presbyterian church
and during her long illness bore her
sufferings with great christian forti
tude. The funeral servloes were eon
ducted by Eld. J. E. Dnnn at the Pres
byterian church yesterday afternoon
and the body laid to rest in the new
At the residence of the bride's father
near Roads, Mr. David A. Mansur and
Miss Maggie Creel. Attendants, J. S.
Creel and Miss Fame Fielder, Frank
Chapeze and Miss Izora Hartia. Rev.
Peeler, of Richmond officiated.
Promptly at half-past 12 o'clock.
Iter. Peeler pronounced the ceremony
hich made Mr. Mananr and Miss
Creel partneas tor life. After a few
moments, during which time the new
ly wedded couple received the con
gratulations of those present, dinner
waa announced and waa partaken of
by the guests, who pronounced it sump
tuous and elegant in every particular.
Shortly after dinner, Mr. and Mrs.
Mansur, accompanied by Messrs. Pres
K, Hill and Frank Chapete, of Rlob
mond; J. W. Hartis, J. W. and Oscar
Smith, eters, of Bogard, Robert Bates,
Leroy Colby and J. S. Creel, of Roads,
and Misses Joe B. 3mlthpetnrs, Izora
Hartis, Ada Creel, Ida Elder, and
Fame Fielder, came in buggies to Har
din, arriving here about 8 o'clock p. m.
The bridal party repaired to the dining
room of the Ridgell House, where
they partook of a supper that reflected
orudit upon the host and hostess of
mat popular notei. the couple were
the recipients of a larze number of
magnifioent wedding presents.
Mr. Mansur is one of Hardin's busi
ness men aud has a host of friends In
Ray and Carroll counties. His bride
is one of the most popular young la
dies residing in the vicinity of Roads.
We join with their friends in wishing
them the happiness the so well de-
No stone has been left unturned bv
the opposition to Mayor Francis to
prove him unworthy of the office to
wnicn ne aspires, yet every charge
when it has been unearthed has nroven
of vast benefit to atr. Francis. Bad it
not been for the nnfatr means which
have been resorted to defeat him his
victory would not be so great the
more he is rubbed the brirhtei ha
shines. Centralia. Guard.
Under that supremelv ridiculous
law that allows all the paupers of Eu
rope to be dumped on our shores while
intelligent workmen and professional
people may not iana u iney nave been
offered employment before leaving
their homes, the ohurch of the Holy
Trinity has been lined 11,000 for bring
ing Rev, Dr. Warren here from England
When the party of Protection gets into
such desperate straits that it finds it
necessary to tax theology it is indeed
time tbat a reform waa brought about
Perhaps the Republicans, in supporting
the edict against Dr. Warren's nnnn.
gallon, will claim that religion Fa a
luxary and that it interferes with free
whisky, which is a nscsssity.Su Joe
A Orsst Wrosi,
The claim Is made that the working-
men proht by the tariff. Do thevF
Have not Mr. Carnegie's men recently
been on a strike for higher wages,
hile he has been luxtiriatiuz In bis
wealth? Certainly. He doea not di
vide profiu with his men. The war
taxes help him get rich. It does not
help the men. Ibe rate ol wages is
governed always by the relations of
supply and demand. All that Mr. sr-
uegie does lor bis men is to pay them
wuac wages ne is oongea to, and neip
Keep up me
e prices of everything they
Carnegie is said to be a
Of his Sl.oOO.uOO tariff
pmlita one vear he gave t.VIO.UOO for
a imrary in rittseurg and aouu.uoo lor
the citv of Alleirbany. But he did not
divide with his men. The trouble is
the money be haa to give away never
rizhtly belonged to him. It was taken
from the people by unjust taxation. It
is a monstrous wrong. And yet Re
publican organs urge that without this
unjust taxation business oould only be
carried on by reducing: wages. Such
talk is both false and wicked. Filmir a
The Kentucky Renublican members
of Congress voted to put sugar on the
free list. That was because The tax on
sugar goes into the treasury. When It
comes to voting for cheaper clothing,
they will faoe the other way because
the tax on doming goes into the man
ufacturer's pocket. Tree sugar for free
whisky" Is the matt of Messrs., fin
liv, UuDttr Ml) IhCBlM.-C. J,
Rev. Groves tilled llio pulpit at the
Mothodist church last Sunday.
'The announcement ror preaching at
the Presbyterian church nct Sunday
The fourth quarterly meeting will
be held at the Me'hoilisl rlinn li iu this
eily next Saturday and Sniidav. Itev.
D. C. O 11,, well, the presiding elder,
and Rev. Groves the lute pastor will
both bo present
Folder Joseph Carter, a line preacher
from Carroll county, will preach at the
new Church of Christ, in this city on
Sunday and Sunday night next, al the
Filler J. E. Dunn will preach nt
Orrlek on Sunday and Sunday night
next at the usual hours. All are invi
ted to hear him.
Lecture at the Norniil.
The executive coinniiltee of the Bay
county slimmer Normal has made ar
rangements with I'rof. T. lb-rrv Smith,
of F'ayette, Mo., to deliver a lecture on
chemistry, on Tuesday cveming. Au
gust 7th, IK, anil he w ill spend the
entire week at the Normal, giving in
struction in chemistry. Prof. Smith
stands high as an educator and make
chemistry a specialty. No progressive
teacher can afford to miss this oppor
tunity of adding to his store of useful
Trot. Blanton, of Klrksville, will ler
tnre on Thursday evening, Ihn '.Mb and
and Prof. U. L. Osborne, of Warrens
burg, will lecture on Wodnesdav eve,
the loth. The two latter gentlemen
are widely known, are leading educa
tors of the State, are botlt able men and
their lectures never fall to be both in
teresting and instructive.
Oats is nearly all cut down and allock
ed up. Men are ail in a hurry to get
their hay put up. Huston Bullock's
house waa burned down on the l:iih,
the family wcro all away from home
and everything in the huuse was lost.
Sam Brown, of California, was in thi
vicinity last week visiting his brothers.
Warren Brown is at home taking a rest
getting ready for the fall termof school
Wm. Letbolt caught his hand in the
cog wheels of a binder and mutilated
it so his hand will have to be amputat
ed; erysipelas baa set in and the doc
tor thinks his life is very doubtful.
Daisy Brown, of Chillicotlie, is in
this vicinity visiting frieuds aud rela
tives. I think Topsy is rather hard on our
Windy Nob girls.
There was a traveling man in this
vicinity, yesterday, stopped at a lioue
and got his dinner and paid loccnt
for it, and went ou just a quarter nf a
mile and ordered dinner aain and of
fered to pay 10 cents for il, but the
man of the house gavo it to him. lie
ate very hearty at both places, do not
know whelher he had hal any thing to
eat this spring or not.
Miss Jennie F'orbes lias rcturncl
from her visit near Richmond. O. A.
Mason and lady, of llardiu, spent Sat
urday and Sunday in this place visit
ing his mother and sister. Al Brown
came in from Iowa lasl week to see his
uncle who was here from California.
George Lynch is undoulHely the best
horse back rider in the place. F.d lar
soy has gone to Chicago with cattle.
Jeunio Dorsey has returned from Kan
sas City. Alex V Pullv.
Mr. Vergil Wiun is learning tho
drug business from Dr. Williaus. Mr.
Jule Darnatl and fatuity of Kansas City
spent Sunday with his father-in-law
Mr. A. K. McCliutock. Miss Maggie
Smith of this place is contemplting a
visit to her old home in Illinois. Mis
Leila Offiitt and cousin have returned
home from Clay Co. where they have
been visiting several davs and had a
pleasant time Mr. Will Suotwcll of
Richmond was down Saturday. Won
der If he was down looking at their
town property, or a casual observer
might think thoro was something more
important than that. Mr. John Davis
of Riohmond spent several days in this
neighborhood last week and had his
musioal instrument with him; he makes
iplendid inusio on the guitar aud harp.
We wonder if auy of tho young ladies
down east got serenaded; ask the coun
try girls about it. There is siuely
something attractive down there, as
Johuie makes frequent visits down to
the bottom. Miss Ada Brattou who
haa been the guest of her ouiisiu Miss
May Randall has returned to her home
lu Missouri City. Mr. John Brown
had a run away but the old gray mule
did not run off, it is saving its self fur
another candy pulling' No serious
damage waa done as Johuio was ablu
to go to Richmond the next Sunday.
There Is certainly some attraction up
there for him. Lok out for the ear
pets Johnte. Miss Bishop of Illinois,
is now the guest of her cousin Miss May
Randall. C B. wuut to scu his best
girl Sunday. Tho farmers are very
busy taking care of their wheat as
there are four steam threshers in sirh:
of this place. Mr. Chase of llardiu 1
here shipping wheat. The farmers are
looking very blue as their corn is need
ing rain very bad and bid, fair to re
main dry some time as there is no fa
vorable prospect for rain verv soon.
Messrs. Willis Btann and Horace l'ra-
zicr from near Hickory Grove spent I
Saturday night and Sunday with
friends near this place. Wo think
there must be some female enaction
down therefor the boys. G. 0. 1). took
one of the fair sex uf this place ovnr
in Camden Bend buggy riding last
Sunday. It is a long lane that has no
turns. Messrs. JohuaudKuiiiiouSuiith
are trying every way to get a Hires In r
that will furnish their owu crew, ihcv
say their families are not able to do
the cooking for threshing hands, as
they still remain ine louel y bachelors
bnt live in hopes as leup year is not
out yet. The colured peo ple of this
vicinity had a broom brigade picnic
last Saturday in . u. Walking pas
ture just south of town. The colored
band from Richmond furnished music.
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The A gun let uf Lmithuifu.
East River National Hank, f
New York, March l'J, livni. (
It Hives me great pleasure to ald mv
tent i ninny iu tavor of Aileock's Toi-uns
Planters. Lattt October I had a v
severe attack of lumbago and sull -red
untold agony; could not turn in bed or
get In any position without assiiituie.-
and with pains almost unbearable
the folks suggested Allcock'a J'oru
Plasters. As soon as pot.sib'.o I had
one applied to the small of my buck
aud to my great fcurpnae Iexpurlenced
almost iuslant relief; 1 continued wear
ing It until entirely cured, and urn hup
py to say that I have not bad the slight
est symptoms of lumbago since. Tnt-y
are a wonderful and valuable Plaster
for Lumbago, aud I take much pkatuc
Id recommending thorn.
Short Horn Breeders.
1 lie anniinl nici ting of the Hay Conn
tv Short Horn Breeders Association
will be held ill Ihe Hughes bank on
August -ttli, at 1 o'clock, for the pur
pose of electing otVicers and other busi
ness of importance. A punctual at
tendance Is requested.
W. E. Nktti.k, Pres.
J. A. II IVM Sec y at.
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Is tore. aug.
Tim man, Geo. M. Rider, who waa
hamred at Marshall, Saline county,
last l-riday, was convicted on partial
circiitiistaniial ei,leuce. In loading
ihe shot gun w iih which he shot the
man Tallcut, he used a piece of the
t hristian-Evanelist, which he tore
from a paper in ins sister s house, one
loaned her by a neighbor, the post
ollice label beinir ou Ihe pieeo he used
for tho wad. . '1 lie corner torn off,
broke the word grace in a quotation
from that old soul stirring and com
forting hymn: "Amazing grace, Low
sweet the sound that saved a wretch
like ine." The gun wad, the paper
scrsps were joiiieillogetlier, and final
ly the paper from which it was torn,
till forming a link iu the evidence that
could not be successfully controverted.
Tho nbovo is a very Interesting story,
but us Rider killed Tallent with a
pistol, and did not deny the shooting,
it is hardly home out by the facts.
We desiro to say to our citizens, that
for years wo have been selling Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Bucklin's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well
or that have given such universal sat
isfaction. We do not hesitate to guar
antee them every tiuio, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price, if
satisfactory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
e-rcai popularity purely on their merits.
uld by'l'a)loroi Evving.Drngglsts. au.
New Gun Shop.
Mc-v-rs. I. ester and Bruce hnveopencd
a gun shop, up stairs, over James Kig-
er's store, where they are prepared to
repair nil kinds of (inns, Pistols, Sew
ing machines, Locks, &c., and all otic
crsinall machinery. 'Give them a trial,
The undtTHiirrwd otters the followiDir
property lur unm und would ask a&-
WirtpteUoii of the property and prices:
V) Hcres S. E. of N K. of sec. iil), town
ship 51, range 27, Timber Und.
2j Hor?8 E end X W Of N E of section
15, to wo hip 51, of range utt, Wild land.
House in Hicliraond, lot 75 iy 350 ft.
house 1 Btory, 3 rooms iratiie, (food
f i nine stable and corn crib, good well
and other good .aiproveineuis. l'nc
Fivproom hoiiM and two lots on
Lexington hv. west ol Camden. House
well b'jili and in pood repair, stable.
wen c. i rice si.iuu.
J- E. BLA.CK.JR.
Seveuty-Uve Boring pigs, of either
sex sired by Model Duke lol.and out
uiy beat buwh, for sale. 1'arties wish
ing to purchase tiratwlass stock, at rea
sonable prices, are invited to see my
John I, Mansur.
l-'aim six mi lei nuriu of forborne,
Carroll county, Mo. 8j-tf
The Imported Ci alio way Bull.
15oKDt:n Willie, 4120
Can be seeu at my stable near the
WatiaoQ House, where he will remain
during the season, Border Willie Is
one of the UueBt Ualloways ever lm
porteu, is three years old, and comet
rout the noted Druiulaurig tribe.
rtioae dcairlijg to improve their stock
should call a ud see him.
J tf O. T. Dickinson.
A GREAT NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC
1 nt Si ,mi i-tlin only Nt-w York ucwupsper
t sniint tin: lull.-! euiiiiiU'iice uf ihe Nauuual
AilmiiUHtialioit hi id Urn l uitoii LtjiiKxjrtv:y of
.New lor,, I lie pull ileal battle KfuuiiU uf the itt-
.it i!rrmnr.ii i n-un-i ,u t , ,riri? Mini Ml HI) MP, II
h iJ finnii-'li fr (tit- HiAm Siimlt Itamti-d
nyim tli ii i'trii'iltni Iti sh, It liiumliuHl by
t in.'!, fiillfd t Hie mtiU ifiKMT.t'y iu !
-hi Hi" pif nmii'i'l (mui iwi'iiij tut ypitm of
uui.il -Mil v..i:iluiii"t uml nirrilill u mid
-.(.u'Wii M the fttiuih.. l ur Ui-t' imrveMr
lit U ti t !' (i liliiWi-rMML! in lis Uilflily U 1111
lniiiii-iiti'."ii hi .r'irr i lHulttiil. ft i r
in mm - d.r I'lfvi liiinl uml I hiirtimu"-lir four
aiH iil'in- n l. iii...Tiiif li'.n.'Mj In nur na
1,11 muirv hih1 tt cuiitiiiiifii niUluusti trtui-
.1 i y ,ti..i Tin
wn.t hk.- Hi it ton of lhMiiocr ry
iK ly tin tl' Nations
t I'.-Ilevei Uml any
"lu iu :ki'i of t lie
1 "'.'in.iircitllv tvlniio
rvftlvr kin) dlMmn'f,
'1 (.'lmni.iiiri-l bv the
lllli Hie IjJiHrTllinIlt a
uiiiuttllv tr.nii tlie t .co-
en "I till
ii uii-iii nil in i.iiii io nerve no
. in w j-ifliilm-MH Mid dulmnei-i-
. iii-Miiriii-. i-TMiie a.-Hiiitt lb
i. .iu in.'v n-iiip. it-j.m.Ui'rtn .o
iii ' in ii pr.nccuttjUti.fcllOU
in- lot 11 K ml.berv.
Himimii the, Hi ar H s tcmst
ii'in- is ire una wiinitj:
i- uui-V i ciniunl-lr. Y.htU i-li
in..' oi mi u iB wi.rlb KUO'
ii.ii.i hiMor) uf yuslei.Uy. I
1 1 III ;m.l. Hutch, H(-tlirt-rKUt
mi, my luu-reittMiK rt-ttUmg iliey
V Ni Vit H lib wind M tlia bent
r. itiiil mitiU tlnMlt tli fcur.
l.-r H. -.iil.-H lh ditv'i iifwi It
i1-M ri.'Ui' itrilclei,, R'urle-i,
I. in IncMNirv, review, art rrlt
h -i.-lii- s iiiiiiiitfthl tiiini'ir Miitirk
ii. Wni t ..iifiuira deimtiifui let-
t tlnti.-e nlterlniii. MhY nl ltn
af l urr r-
tut u. mien hi lUcratur and
iui U n-'liirne paper Ktvlng
iii-'wh the wurlit over, Willi spc
i Ii iiwikt- it tlio moHt "'.mileie
r putiiiithetl. Tin (uriiier. m
lllt'ii UIKII tHt lllUt ll OtVlitllfd
. m"t. w ill Kfl mora (r bit
lu lur. WKt-Kl.V UTAH til i
lui-T. it will h ti.wia.llv
" t .i-:tik'ii. Knl will j rim tlta
11 it-.iitmi- potiituiti uowi,
'i i.i HHiviiH, fi.rA'iii KKrB
ii- (ini'luUlnv Huuilsij j7 on
l .i.Ui.U;. , ulitt tr 0 uj
SiiinUy, lx ui'jolhi .
. uue yuur
i-i, .it The Wekki.v biAU (a Hue
I 14 . i 1 It'll,
w. ( 'iMi-aii.v OKfKM. Turn WBBV
( iii i-l .iiii n( unruly a m or if or a Wilt nm
iin ivnci-uitT ,i iua ywsU loi torty
A.tlrvi THK STAR
Uw.r.S.f Wid VJ Yolk.
Thi'T are tt'lling J.ikp in (.'arroll-l
ton of liow one nf tho "lllin,! TiiriTi"
in Uml plnx-c plajoil it on n M.-llio.lit
pri'M hor. Tho prcm-luT in iir.lnr to
gain nifiirmntiun, ciiiii liiiK-cl Hint hi-
woiiM make a persoinil in enipition
of the manner iu which 1 i . , imrs were
sold by tbo "HUnd Tiger,"' mi ho step-
ped Into tho dim and placed a dollar on
tho waiter, at the same lime calling
out "a glass of beer Mr. Tiger.'" The
dollar and waiter disappeared and in a
short time the waiter cume back empty
and the preacher neither got tho beer
nor tho change, lie la Bow Just 1
wisor than he was.
rs-'N t t
Pirctdrat HcTrlarnVi Frit for tlio three !-n Imbipa at Hie Aiinim ('.MintT Fulr, In 1K7, waa
firm to them IriplcU, Mxlhe. Iln, ami Hay, lnMrvu nf Mrs K D.irt, ll-iiulnirvh, N. Y.
Bhe wr1tB: "lni AumLvt ttu little ..tnn Ikthiiiu very irk, met hs 1 chiUI k t no mlier f-xxl
VhnX woulil turn-' with tln'in, I eoinmenei il the n (if Lm ltt. l l e.l II hi'lji il tliem Immo
dlalvty, and they were ac n ever, nii.l I e.mMer H very htrv ly 'Ine to Uh K.bhI
that they are now mi well." I,u inl-l i-. Mu ln I -hI fur l.itil.- . il l.iil-nn. It kti pa
thrm well, ud 1 better thfiii iiifiin ie when tht-y Mre vwk lhr.-) ft-ten: j.-e , !MV , II 'O.
AldnifglsM. Cabinet phoUi. of IIk-w lrtleU K'tit liw to Hit- uiutlar of any luiby bom UUl J eu.
Addrwi WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt.
M T. ARERS.
&ufresnoi-H to FLi:.l IVILSO.V.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Cigars, Tobacco &c.
Vi't extend an earnest Invitation to the public to call and ex
amine our stock of Uroerles and (2ieenaware, which will be sold
at prioes to suit the times. (Jur store is on the XUIiniLAaT
JTov can bo obtained in this
M. C Jacobs. No cure no
all kinds of st ick" We expect
person1 Trice very reasonable". I requires 1 lb for a hog
during fattening time, to reup the benefit of our insurance,
For sale by Dr. M' C, Jacobs, also sold by Mason & Day,
of Hardin. For further information apply to II, Mohme &
Co Eudora, Kansas,
TO the People of Richmond nd Kay County, Missouri:
As the Summer Season has set 'n, hot
and sultry is the air and stimulating bevernp-s become
highly essential and beneficial to tho refreshment of fatigued
mankind, invigorating the body, tho soul and llej min i. It
is "Pro Boxo l'fBI.iro," proclaimed and declared that all
Choice Fine Old Kentucky Whiskies, foreign unl domestic
Wines and Liuuors, liramlies mul every class of goods in tint
necessary Summer requirements cm be pr. cured, peivoiially.
by calling uinm, or ordering the same from, L. Silverman,
Lexington, Me, lor other particulars vl tlio lowest i'ne
List in existence see jjther column.
Done this day, June 7th, lsss,
Atfent Vo liny County.
a itumo Duller that Is so constructed j
tbat ten pounds on tlie end of the lev-1
r will slowly but surly raise a ton.
Thousands of acres In Hay County
are yet to be cleared and tue value of
this Invention can bardly be estimated.
I have a stump puller at work at
Col. Uichard Cleveugeru, of Fuliiinr
bend for Circulars c, eneloa ug
stamp to William I em. i viii.v,
One Fare For Sound Til!.
On Frlday'i and Sunday's tickets will
b stud at one tare for Uie round trips
to any polut on the St. Louis .M t J..e
H, R. limited to use on dav of sale ouly
U il. IA1T, Agut.
- 'T.. jra
I..-W WiIIot will writo a biug-:
,f llui-riion to cmintern.'t what '
lniills j.jiy of his iveor.l as "awkward
on tin. tnrill'. I ho I'lirroncy, the ('liiitii
,iicition, I'll'.' There will bu no at-
,,',lll,t. Imwuvi-r, by lino biogrnphioal
w"r'4 topniviiil tho i.lentilioatiou of
,l"rt(,,i wstli some fellow liko Phelps
"' "Now Jersey, who eould reach the
conservative fores of the, cast and get
contributions from manufactures and
,r"'" w"" 8lri'ct." Tho designation
iu ll!H ' letter ol advieo will stick
to Morton bceausu it tils him -like tho
l,al'ur " tu0 lu"1 because It Is
"10 on,y I'ossihlo explanation of his
iioiuinatiun. Post-liispiiicu E3
city at tlio drug storo of Dr,
pay, and condition tiowdera for
to satisfy every roasonnble
mi tin ff l.
! ii' ' (if ffui
M' ' -
Nl. ,1. Ill
uj'jmAul t Uu'CiHiDiy
H. I. Uri'lu Com.
Tf ), to I'tiwt'il v Shih HU't yuu citn!
it-.' Ii ibat will ttiniiih uu, Ituili
in (iiuiity, liniJii uml (turn, ttilly niHi
tt 1 1 1 u 1 1 . i
S e a ill LtUn iii wool as ht't'elofore
Mint si-ii'l tLime to Wat kins Hroi.. C'Uv
cotitity, for fiii'liii uml timilni;.
(of !iin; li'i.
J. Ii. H aM.M ILK HlC'l.
o to l.' ii.iort, cull oti
hi t-oriirr oi public iiiaro
io m.iui,ilo oi tbu
si ii'ioi iii- ".. in .Mis-jouri nmv
i-i liy iti.i tollowin-;; Valnu o(
i ro'M'! v f ""Attwr 'I'otal ru
tr jjuimo st bools 7,txj,iK)i,i,
.'Oii.litiiit.--, 7HI(1 H.MI. Mai
ri, I,'1", wliui HVurntj monthly
wuo-u ftveruK luoulUlv t't'
o fllGilfiOiHD IfiQoi
Will in the future, send to us
weekly some JOB LOTS of goods,
which will be sold on their account
here, on Saturday's of each week.
For Saturday June 30th, we will
sell a lot of SILK Handkerchiefs.
Nik Handkerchiefs' for
bilk llamlketclilHis for
iSilk Handkerchiefs tor
Mlk Handkerchiefs for
.Silk llHiiiikcrchlefn for
Silk Handkerchiefs for
T. G. BALLARD,
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIO SO, ARE.
Dry Coods, Notions,
I ltt'sneclfully invite
examine Stock before making purcliases.
I Make a SPECIALTY of Handling
In all LINES, All of which I
will SELL at the LOWEST
PRICES FOft CASH.
Returning Thauks for past
and Fair Dealing, to merit a
COME TO STAY
Having purobasHd the T. 1.. tiliuw stock of bodalert and aJdJeJ to
saint). I unn havetbe Largest, Neatest, aud lipst Assortment uf f addles
II unless, Collars, Whip, Uustrr, Cumbs, llrushea aud all kiudi of Goods
usualljr kept lu a first class stabllsUuieut, erer Brought to VUj County
And I dety competition ou ull goods, Especially on fiine
Carriage and Buggy Harness.
Call ami Examine my Stock.
38.. Xi. JACOBS
Try the DEMOCRAT
M. B. WRIGHT & CO.,
GOO Main St., KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
PffiCIVAL k FOWLER,
The BOSS Cfiurn
It will save many times its cost every season ia quantity
and quality of butter also in lu".r." Cill and examine tbem
and bo convincei',, AVs will i;uaran!e every one to givt
peneei iuiibntctin or money
V e !so. handle a complete lino of LI A si 0 LIS FrSTOVtS,
ItEFIUGERATOltS, ICE CKE.VM FltEEZCRS, Screen
Wire Cloth, Screen Doors, Tinware, Furniture, and the cel.
ebrated Superior Stoves. We make aspecinlty of
HOOFING & GLTTEIilXG.
PERCIVAL & FOWLER,
i One door west cf Tost Cdk'i
75 cents, Bold for SI :'5.
5J cents, sold for 81 00,
V) cents, soln for ,75,
0 cents, sold for .03.
.5 cents, sold for .60.
In cents, sold for .25.
tho T ratio to call ami
favors. I hone bv Close Pricea
continuance of tun same.
T. U. BALLARD.
Real Estate Agency.
Xlio llosSClium fs ho new
evfi'riinont. We caa refer you
to tuiumU'ir at partlos, right here
its vc.ir iomtyv who have been
using tlioio for several years. It
ia the most perfect working
Churn fl er sold. It will pro
dur&moro butter, with less labor
anj i lli e easiest cleaned, tho
cheapest; trie best, and so siuipla
that a ctild cuu operate it.
win do reiunuua.