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11 p. m.
No. a rti.iii.uiir
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6 12 p. m,
6 4 . m.
No. II run. throiuU to North i.xinitton.
rrl.u tram, do lot Mrr p..n.r.
M. Till. Amt.
When j on ico to Luxliigton, call on
ttllvcriimn. on corner of public qiiare
for lino !iiiir. n
At thi! Tmiilvnco of and by Kliler J .
C. Turimi;e, on Aur. S, 1HX8, Wra. A.
l'olliwk anil Mis. Lillio Vaudorpoel,
all of Kay.
At the same tlmo and placn and by
tlio sanin minister, Mr. Wm. Vander-
pool and Mi" Anna Pollock all of
liny. Wo widi tlio happy couples
long, liajipy and prosperous lives.
Always ltKAW. H you will Just
tuko the pve-ciuition to keep a bottle
of ( Iminberlaiirs Colic, t'bolera and
Diarrhoea Hemedy on band you will
always be ready to cure any form of
bowel complaint, H Is prepared
licciullv for that purpose, and Is a
sure euro. 2icts. per bottle. Sold by
all tlrviKfrlsts. tf
The die is ca.il, 1. 11. Francis will
be the next Governor of Missouri.
Jolt SlMMKK CoUI'LAINT uso Cham
borluiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Itemed;-, It is perfectly safe for chil
dren of any age. zocts. per bottle,
bold by all driifa'Uts. tf
Our cartoon on the tint pago is fully
expressive of tho "(iubernatorial sit
tuition. Francis has made a clean can
vass, while little Johnny (ilover has
kept the air full of mud, and More
house has stood by bun to snean in
blow on F'raneis whenever ho could.
Kkmiv ViTNt.sKs. Any one who
lias ever tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy or seen
it tried for Crumping Tains in the
Stomach and llowels, Cholera Morbus,
or Diarrhoea, is ready and willing to
recommend it. It always cures quick
ly. Sold by all drupnisla. tf
In common with many others we
rert t that Miss Mollio Hodman was
left out ill selecting teachers for our
public school, as she is certainly an ef-lici.-nt
teacher but we do not propose
to question the action of the board,
Cramping Pains in tho Stomach and
llowels, Cholera Morbus and Diarrhoea,
are promptly, permanently and safely
cured, by u-iug Chaniberlaiu Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy, Soldi
by all druggists. tf
Prof. Lindsey Dickey honored our
sanctum with several calls this week,
lie is working on a scheme to divide
the county into four districts, and hold
ouu Normal a month, that Is one in
each district every four months. It Is
a good phm and he will iiave more to
say of it in the future,
Addison 11. liryaut vailed on Satm
day last and ordered the Democrat to
Lawsou Sisk, at Kuglish, Tennessee,
for which he has our thanks. 11a was
accompanied by Work-) Acton a young
man from Tennessee, who lias been
working for Jus. li. Mclver, near Vib
tiard. lie was ou Ills way back to his
A niulu, 4J Icct.htgh, cf heavy build,
for yt service. Will pay a good price,
Bl flHI I Lg HlATTlk 111 IIBELL.
Rheumatism and Neuralgia cured In
i to 3 days for 75 cents by Detcbon's
Mystic Cure.'' Du not sillier and
ante money on other remedies. This
absolutely never tail. Sold by W. W.
Mosbj'o:on, Druggist. 25-ljr
If you need liquors ol any kind write
so L. Siiverinaiu Lexington, lie will
send it to you nicely packed Sue prices
tiill Over ike fountrg
We hear every man woman and
Child say that Uichmond 1 the town
where to buy Uuoda ebeapw U cannot
be bent by any other town, but the
oioat. attractive place lu Uichmond la
THE OKIKNTAir BAZAAB,
or the and 10 cents atom, where No
tion Tinware, Glassware, and Queens-
waru are bought at from 80 to 70 per
wnt. lcs thari la any other store in
auy other store in northwest Missouri.
Think how much money you laved last
fear by patronizing this store Mid go
Bud do likewise this year. tfc
a , ,
Republican Counts Cenvantioa,
The Si-pllhlicans -jf Kay county will
meet io convention ib the Citrof Kioh
juond, at i o 'cluck p. n., ou
5.ULKIMY, August 25th, 188..
for the purpose of placing a tut ttckot
in the held. The Republicans uf each
Township arc requested to meet at their!
usual phu-e of meetinft on haturuay,
August tli, ul. 1 o clock p. m.. to so-
l.u-i il.-l.-irtti-a io tlio mintv C'-onvau,
tiou. F.aok tunuship is entitled to four
delegates. The Committeemen for
such luwiisliin is ehargett with the ex
ucutioii of lliis order, and uiged to take
prompt steps I sec that full delega
tion is selected.
It is the desire of tho County Com
mittee to lilaku this tht, biegest meet-
ttig ever held hy tilt: Kepuhliraiis of Hay
county. let every itcpuoncan anu
everv otlu-i individual who wishes to
be saved liy tlie never-falling Hepuhll-
eau meillcino meet Willi us. l-.special
lv do WO lil'e the voting lteoublicana
of the counlv to tuni out. ow u the;
lime to show yoiik tuve of country and
correct principles. There are many
whose views or religion and correct
morals gem-rally will no longer permit
llieili U alhliate with the Democratic
par'v. To all such the lalch-string to
the ot-or ol the grand old Heptiblican
jtarlv hangs inviliiigly out. (fontutnon
give her a tweak tuni walk in. K cor
ilial .l eeptiou and iaaliug, sweat con
tentment await ou.
Done lv or.h-r of lien and Levi,
til ls. A IT KIlllKltHV, Chairman.
L. C Cam wi.i.L.sjectetarv. P.t-tl.
Has moved his restauraDt to the
liiick lluildiiig. lirat door west of the
M-thodist ehui h on Main street and Is
1 preparru to luruisu tue neat
!jl MEAT, in
j,e iiasopeio-u a neat rewiaurani anu
tin. 1 1, room, where a meal or lunch oau
l.. I 1 at. anv hour, ttood loiliritig
rooms above icotauiaut at reasonable
He ulna carries a full stock of fresh
(Jr-H-eries. Tobacco and Cigari, wliicu.
Will be auldat bottom pilces.
G. W. Littlo.
Will Shotwell hasgono to Kansas.
Miss Nannie C. Moore of Lexington,
is visiting tho family of Mr. John T-
Akers In this city.
Miss Crissie Scholl, daughter ol Mrs.
M. J. Scboll, who formerly resided
here Is in the city visiting friends.
Misecs Myrtle Creel and Mollio Sim-
coo returned from Moncgaw springs
last Monday evening.
Young Mr. Dines of Chicago, a
nephew of Mr. Charles Sevier, is in
the city visiting.
Mr. Wm. Molin from near (icorge-
vlllo called Mondny. Ho says the
storm was pretty rough In his section.
Wm. McGaugh, Jr., is building a
nice residence on his farm, two miles
north-wost of Hardin.
S. R. Llllard dropped in Saturday
with a copy of John J. Ingalls' letter
to William Walter Phelps, of New Jer
sey. It Is a daisy.
The Van Dibber and Alspaugh road
districts in Grape Grove township pur
chased one of the Koad Machines, re
ferred to elsewhere in this issue
Mayor O. G. Young of Carrollton,
passed through tho city 1'uesday on
his way homo. He Is satislled Carroll
coanty is solid for Francis.
Mr. Bird Nance wishes to know w ho
are the Central Committee of the Pro
hibition party in Ray couutv as ho has
business with them
The storm of Sunday night was very
destructive on the growing applo crop.
Thousands of bushels wure blown of)
the trees lu Kay county.
Henry L. F.lliott sold last week 8o
acres of land one mile south of New
Hope church to S. R. Llllard, for 5u
per acre. The land is worth the money.
Elder J. C. Turnago of this county.
will leave tomorrow for Howard couu
ty, where be will spend a couple of
weeks at a protracted meeting at Hock
Our popular attorney J. Riley Ham
ilton returned yesterday from Colora
do, where he has been enjoying the
cool breezes. Ho left the other boys
Our old friend Ben Derstler, dropped
in yeBterday. Ho says corn is not
much hurt with him. He Is a warm
Francis man and wants to see him
Miss ay Anderson, daughter of
John 11. and lamina Anderson died at
the residence of Dr. Todd at Gridley,
California, on tlio 30th of July aged
16 years. She had many friends here.
The storm Sunday night gave the
smoke stack at Hamacher's mill a slight
crook and bent tho stcpla on the Pres
byterian church, but beyond this, did
no serious damage that we can learn
Mrs. T. D. Bogle, of this paper, at
tended the old settlers re-uulon lu
Montgomery county, last Saturday,
and saw a tremeuduuus crowd of peo
ple. She met her lexas brother and
Recent letters received eonvey the
intelligence that CoL J. T. Child and
wife will get back to this country next
spring and expect to remain when
they come. They will start in Janua
ry, and come by way ol France and
England, upending a short time li.
each of these countries,
lion. John F. Rucker, candidate for
secretary of state, was lu St. Joseph
last Alonday and said to a Gazette re
porter that the primaries la the differ
ent oounties last Saturday, practlcallr
settled the raoo for governor as Fran
cia would certainly get it on the lirsl
ballot. Xhis opinion we hear express
ed on all side.
We had a pleasant call on Saturday
from Joung Harrison, a on ol Sam
Harrison from noar Swanwlek. li
says his father fs going to sell his stock
rent oat his farm and go to Hot Springs
for his health. We are sorrow to bear
that this move Is necessary, as moving
ts alwaye costly experiment. We
have tried it,
I. B. Wright near Morton, bad
valuable colt killed recently by
rattle snake bite, lie says there Is a
forty fenced, on the farm of Mrs. Hoi
loway near bhu, which has not been
pastured (or some time and rattle
snakes have become very numerous
there this spring. About twenty, all
large ones, have been killed on hi
farm, supposed to have come out of
this fenced forty, which has been allow
ed to grow tip lu rank grass.
HobU Sevier, son of Charles Sevier,
of this city, was struck on the head by
a Hying bat that had slipped from the
bauds of Will llubbell, while witness
1 ing a game of base ball last Friday.
lie was quite seriously hurt.but It now
getting all righu It was reported on
Sunday last that his case was danger
ous but lurtunately this was not true,
When you witness a game of base ball
keep out of Uie way of the wild and
We bad 4 pleasant call on Tuosday
from Wm. McGaugh, Jr., of Crooked
River township, lie is a strong Frau-
ols man, But some of the Murehouse
men have been telling him that old lie
that has been so tften exploded, that
I r rancis is a T,grain gambler," notwith.
standing the fact that it has been so
clearly dotuonstated that Mr. Francis
is simply a grain dealer, a wan who
boys and sells grain for cash, and has
been of great beuetit to the fanners in
keeping uju prices.
touis Wcgwae. Sr. left on Sunday
last, lor Germany to spend the remain
dor of his days with au old bachelor
brothel. His wife and daughters, it
will be recollected, preceded hiin some
months ago. He will sail from New
York, on Saturday neat. The busl
ness oere will be continued by
Megede, Jr. under the old linn name
Mr. Megedo had lived here many years,
anu oy uis uprigui conduct and cor
rect business methods, had drawn to
him a host ol friends, who regret to
si- him leave.
Bobl letohcr tells of a philosophical
old negro.who is an inmate of the poor
farm. Alter the heavy storm of Sun
day night be wunt out to the little
shanty occupied by this negro, expect-
iug to liud him nearly frightened to
death. He was disappointed as the
negro was setting in a chair as placid
as a summer dream. Bob asked him
be was not scared, wheu the negro re
plied '"No mussa, Iso given myself
de Lord, and 1 kuow wheu he wants
me he will call for me." Such sublime
faith in God is not met with every day
though It should be possessed by every
TO FRANCIS MEN I
Vote for Francis delegates. If yon
happen to see tho name of some man
in the list of candinatcs that you don't
liko.don't scratch It. Recalled you are
voting for Francis and not the delf-
gato Let us havo no pulling back or
cross-firing, let every Francis man do
his dutv, and all will be well.
County Court has been in session
four days this week.
Prof. L, T. Kirk was In the city yes-
rday and honored the Democrat
with a call. .
Prof. T. Berry Smith, of Fayetto, is
tlio city, visiting tho family of B. J.
Corresponilonco from "Ovid" and
'Stringtown" received too late for this
issue. ill appear next ween.
Geo. W.Schwclchgot home from his
California trip on Monday night last,
and of course had a delightful time.
Buck Craven from near Vlbbard,
has an ulcer on his left eye which is
giving him much trouble. Ho is here
under the treatment of Dr. Shotwell
and Is slowly improving.
Lindsay Dickey resigned this week,
his commission as Justice of the peace
for Fishing River Township, and Wra.
Searcy was appointed in his place
by the County Court.
The man Cox, arrested at the Law-
sou pic nic for selling whisky, was
akt u up to that place on Tuesday for
trial, but took a change of venue, and
in the absence of a bond is in our jail
The prupLecy of the Boonville Topic
that Cooper county would go anti
Francis proved to be false. The Rich
mond Conservator cupied the squib,
and added that Ray county would go
!or Morehouse. Saturday will prove
that another prophet has gono wrong.
R. W. Fletcher says there was in ad-
lition to the big storm on Sunday night
heavy hail out about timber ridge, 6
miles north of Richmond, that finished
up what little corn was left by the
storm. Many of the inmates of the
poor house were nearly scared to death.
Squire SainSylar, of Taitsville, called
on Monday. Ue says the storm was if
anything a little worse, ou Suuday
night, at his place thin here, and the
corn was all laid llaU Many lenocs
were blown down and fruit trees badly
damaged. He Is a strong Francis man
aud believe he should bo nominated
Elder J. E. Dunn will preach at the
Christian church In this city on Sunday
next at 11 o'clock.
A very severe storm passed over Ray
county, at an early hour ou Monday
morning last, which resulted In great
lamage to corn and orchards. Innear-
every section the early com was
blown tlat to the ground, and the ex
tent uf the damage cannot yet be est!
mated. Many fences wero blown down
and an occasional out building unroof-
d. The sturm seems to have been
general and at Carrollton great dam
age was douo to property. Louses were
blown from their fouudations,outbuild-
ings demolished and tin roofs removed.
The threshing in the country Is net
all over with, ihe farmers have ship
ped a greater quantity of wheat from
here this year than has been shipped
from this place for several years. Prof.
Chenault has a new awning in front of
Uis store. A livery team from Rich
mend rau away on Sunday and ran In-
Prof. Chenault store window.
breaking out cue of the plate glass,
Miss Maggie Smith has gone to Illinois,
(reurgo is lonely now since Maggie Is
gone. The families of Messrs. Harris,
traubo and Baum, of Richmond, aud
Mr. Alfred Straube, of this place met
at the Cbrystal bpriugs, of Maj. Mo-
Cliutock, on Suuday last and had an
excellent time. Mr. Ed Watklns.from
uorth of Richmond speut Sunday with
hi brother near hero. Mrs. Willis
Stratton died at her home one mile
north of this place August 1st, after a
short illness. Mr. Searcy, who lives
noar here Is very low with typoid fever.
llliam 1 uuk has also been sick some
tiuiu. Mrs. Tom Stewart, of this place
is ou the sick list this week. Mr. Jake
iledrick, who lives one-half mile from
town has been quite sick but is conv
lescenu Mr. Lants, who lives at the
brick mill, has a very bad felon on her
baud. Mr. Pruston Smith was down
last week to see how his bachelor broth
ers wore getting along threshing, they
made it all right, except mmett and
he is ou the slok list. Mis Jennie
Pierce spent the past Week In Rich
mond, visiting the family of J. C. Mor
ris and other relatives. They are go
ing to paint, weatherboard and oeil
the Lenore schoolhouso, so as to get it
ready lor school, lhreo oouple from
the oouutry east ot bore went down
to Hardin last Sunday night to preach-
ug, we presume they bad a fine time
as they did not return until 12 o'olock.
One of tho finest rains of the season
leu uoro atiuuay morning, which was
a great advantago to tho corn also put
wheat ground in a fine condition for
breaking, aud spoiled several contem
plated visit. Rex and Inez.
WttBietl In BusltieM.
Ill this ago of extreme activity and
wonderful devolopement, It is a note
worthy fact that many women have
made their own way In mercantile life
aud successfully compete with men in
many lines of busiuesa, Women, whotb-
er they labor in tho household or in the
store, are all liable to sutler from func
tional derangements and the care of
uia'.erulty. Fur all troubles known
under the catagury of "femalo weak
ness," Dr. Pu ree' Favorite Proserin
lion is a tunic and tried specific. It
relieves the greatest sufferers, and re
stures tho patient to vigorous health
aud strength. It is the only medicine
for women, sold by druggists, under
a positive guarantee, from the manu
facturers, that it will give satisfaction
in every case, or money will ue refund-
iuis guarantee nas been printed
on the bottle-wrapper and faithfully
cairiuuuui ior uihiiy years.
nr. fierce s relicts cure constipa
tion, billiousuess, sick headache, and
all derangeiueuts of the slumach, liver
The first decision of the status of
life insurance policy, where the wife,
for w hosu benelil It was taken out died
before the husband, has just been made
by Judge Seddon in St. Louis. He
holds that where a man insures his wife
and then survives hor the pulley
insure to the beuetit of the children
Independently 01 tuo Insured, crudlton,
I take this method of saving Good
Bye to all my friends anil customers in
county. I have been with you many
years and have always done all In my
power to pleaso yo-.i. 1 go back In
pend the remainder of my years In
Germany, where my wifo and daugh
ters have preceded nut. There will be
change in the linn of L. Megeile ,v
Son. I leave It In charge of my son
and partner, who has had ample rpe-
rience and who 1 am conluleiit will
continue to uphold and add to the rep
utation I have made for fair and honcsi
doaling. Hoping you will continue to
favor L. Mcgodu & Son with your cus
tom and confidence in the future n
you have In tho past. I wish you all
long life, health, wealth and happiness
Yours Sincerely, L. Mtiitm:.
After all tho trouble in selecting
teachers for our public schools, tin
board came to a iinal understanding
last Monday and elected Prof. D. J.
Shackelford, of Palmyra, as Superin
tendent j Prof. James E Dunn, of this
city a assistant, and Prof. J. L. Rob
erts, of Boono county, in the place of
Miss Mollie Rodman. From members
of the board we learn that Prof. Shack
elford and Roberts come with the very
best of recommendations, and havo ex
perience a teachers. Prof. Dunn i.
one of us, consequently needs no re
commendation at our bands. Ho is n
graduate of Bethany college, Virginia,
and ranks high as a teacher, being
thoroughly qualified and thoroughl
ofllclent In all branches taught here.
Let us hope that there will be no f ni-thci-
trouble in our school matters ; that
every citizen will feci it incumbent on
himself to do all he can to tuuke our
educational iustltutions both popular
aud efficient. A united public senti
ment is all we need now to make Rich
mond College tirst-class.
Judge 8. A. Wollard called yester
day and ordered bills fot the "Annual
After Harvest pic nic to be held at
Riissollville, this year ou Friday, Au
gust 17th. Every body is Invited to be
present and bring with them a big bas
ket full of good thing., to eat The
usual program will be carried out
Tinncy I Iron.
Farmers are most all done hay har
vest. The singing at s;r. J. vt.
Pierce' on tho liflh Suuday evenlup
was largely attended; about forty wen
present; the evening was spent ver
pleasantly. Mr. Sammic Lavelock and
lady of Kansas arc in ou a visit. Mr.
Will Setholt who hurt his hand so bad
wheat harvest Is Improving rapidly.
Bro. Philip Penny preached to a vert
appreciative audience last Sabbath at
this plaoe. sir. G. A. Mason, while
harvesting last week cut his little tot
to the bone on the sickle of the reaper.
Milo F'orbcs spent Saturday am!
Sunday in Hardin. The organ agent
of Carrollton Is in this vicinity. Bro.
Ray McCabe preaches next Sunday.
As the weather is so warm we havo'ut
much to say. Alex & Polly.
A Safe Investment.
Is one which Is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or In case til
failure a return of purpbase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from out
advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
every ease, when used for any affec
tion of Throat, Lungs or Chost.such as
Consumption, intlamation of Lungs,
Bronchitis, Asthma, W hooping Cough,
Croup, etc., etc It is pleasant ami
agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and
can always be depended upon. Trial
bottle free at Taylor oe Ewnig s Drug
I will endeavor this week to drop In
n lieu... ...
weather and harvest tune, it is quite a
task for one to write oiien. tt ill try
and come more regularly in the future.
I-Annct-, foreruns are splendid, tin:
late rains have done a great deal oi
good lor tne late corn, i anuers are
most throueh making bay. George-
ville Is on a boom. We have a Kansas
City merchant and ho is selling good
verv cheap. Aunt Cindia Lcntz, of
Hardin, Is spending several weeks vis
iting Mr. Cirabam and family. Mrs.
George Wallace, of Cowgill, spent last
weok visiting relatives ou Mud creek
Dr. Ed Morris Ludlow, spent the I'-jth
isiting his best girl near this place
Thomas Mo Brown and brother Lewis
of Johnson county are visiting lu this
vicinity. Mrs. John Minick, uf Cow-
gill, ia visiting relatives near this placu,
The Rose Valloy literary society n il
meet Saturday evening at the Tooiuay,
Messrs. Wm. Toouiay and Jake Coll
man, are attending the Hamilton In
stitute. Irviu Muner, will attend the
Richmond Institute this coming we jk
A certain Mud creek girl says a big
footed follow, we think he is surely
from Ovid from the looks ol the Ovid
bov feet Jim Deaphunbrink says it
has been such a wet season that he has
taking seoond growth. The Mud creek
hridcre near the residence of William
Mohu gave way about two weeks ago
tit bo or 40 head of ca'.tlu In-
longing to Wru. Slouri, fortuiu telj
none ox the came were injurt-u.
Married at tho Cowgill church on the
29th. Hev. J. Jasn,
pastor ol the
M. E. Church South, to Miss Carrie
i;lll. of Cowgill. The ceremony was
perloimed uy rrosiuiug r.iuer chap
man, of Glasgow, Mo. The leap year
loo oream supper given at the resi-
lunce of Vtm. Mohu, on Saturday eve.
July 2th, was largely attended. Just
sixtv-five persons were present aud all
appeared to enjoy themselves splen
Hooht. Wallace wont to Kansas City
Died, in rolo, io., July Jotti, ixk-..
Cnlvin M.. onlv child of J. V. and Kl-
lie Rice, aged 2 years, 1 month and 1
days. The funeral services were held
at Pleasant Hill, on Thursday, July
26th, at 10 o clock, a. in., conducted
by Key. Tanquary, of Kingston.
aug. o, isea. j uriv
Silt ind Cflecttv.
Brandeth't Fills are the sutvul ami
most effective remedy fur Iuiligo. tion
Irregularity to the HoweU, Cuiistipu-
tion, Billiouiness, Headache, Dizziness,
Malaria.or any dUease aribing from un
impure state of the blood. 'I hey bavt-
Vieea in use in this country for ovt'i
fifty years, and the thousand uf unim
peauhablo testimonials from thosu who
have uvd them, aud their coiiniuhtly
iuoeain sal, is iucontrovurLublu thul
they perform til that U uluiiucd for
tirundroths Tills are purely veget
able, absolutely harmless und sufu tu
take at auy time.
Bold lu every drug aud mudlcluu
lure, either pUiu or euw-cuuua.
Tho Annual Meeting of the Ray
County .short-Horn Kri eders Associa
tion held III Richmond, August 4, 1HH
was the most harmonious ever held.
W. E. -Settle wielded tlie gavel and the
smiling and beautiful countenance of
John A. Hay lies shone nt the Secreta
ries desk. W. 1'.. Settle was ro elected
Pres. das. F. Hates Vice Pres. Goo.
Gardner Treas. Geo. W. Kalk Sec. and
John llaynes cor. S-c. .las. Hughes
and II. C. Garner appointed to inspect
I'rcasiir-rs Book. Motion to reduce
annual lines to ooe, to no vuien on at
next meeting. Stock show and picnic
will lie held Sept. at a place to be
Geo. W. Fai.k, Sec.
W. E. Sktti.k, Pres.
Tsilur el th Normal.
We are sorry to report that tho Nor
al Institute, which was to have been
held here this week and next failed on
a, count of having no conductor, Prof
L. T. Kirk had been chosen for '.his
position, but sent In his resignation,
two weeks ngo and no person was se
cured In his place. Between 60 and
70 teachers came in to attend and a
good program had been laid out for
the work, but on coming together on
ruesday, tlio fo-aohors present decided
that it was best to adjourn tho matter
over to next year, when in was hoped
to have better success.
Merit t III-..
Wo de-ore to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Huckllll's Arnica
Salve and Kleetric Hitlers, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well
ir that have given such tinivursal sat
sfitetion. W e do not hesitato to guar
antee them every time, and we stand
ready to rctuinl tho purcliaso price, If
satisfactory results do not follow their
sc. Tiie-e remedies have won their
real popularity purely ou their merits.
joi'l livTaylorvV K.wing. Druggists, au.
In a pursuance of a call, a meeting
if Ucpuhlicaiis was held in Richmond,
Aug. i', l.sss., to arrange for organiz
ing a republican league club, A tem
porary otganiaiiini, with a mctuber-
hip of 4", was atieetcd, with the fol
lowing ollicers- Charles Tumor, chair
man? h. K. Keener, Secretary. On mo
tion of Ed Haliuu-her it was decided to
publish a call In the Richmond papers
tor a township meeting to be held at
ihe Court House, ou tho loth day of
iVugust, at 7 p. in. for the purpose of
J, C. Turner,
S. E- Keener, Chairman,
Four road machines were purchased
in th-s cuiiiity this week as fullows:
One Austin Steel Reversible by the
count f one of the same kiud by Polk
township; one of tho same by Grape
Grove township, also by the same
tow udiip onu called the Leader, These
machines were purchased by some
special road districts but we did not
get particulars. Xnu aggregate cost
Strayed or Stolen.
From Lexington Terry, a bay mare
between U and 1- years old, scar ou
right hi, 10 hands high, had on a
bridle and saddle. Any kuuwledge of
her will be suitably rewarded by ad
dressing FiiANK Adams.
Henry, Post Oilico
New Gun Shop.
Messrs. Lester and Bruce have opened
a gun shop, up stairs, over James Rig
or's store, where they are prepared to
repair till kinds of Guns, Pistols, Sew
ing machines, Locks, vVc, and all oth
er smali machinery. Give them a trial
Seventy-ilve gyring p'-gs, of cither
sex sired by Model Duke l-;al, aud out
my tied. (-i'(t fur sale, i'arties wish
ing to poreliase tlrsl-t'lrtus stock, at rea
sonable "nets, are iuvltcl to see my
John I, Mansur.
Farm six miles north of iSorborne,
t'jrroll county, Mo. lij-tf
Hit- imported tialluwuy Hull,
Uokdku Willie. 4120
Can tie ser-n at my atuble near the
Wassju House, where he will remain
during tlio B'-aioii, border Willie is
oiiuot t'.e llueat Uulloways ever im
ported, is three years old, and come
: i out til, i noted IJrmiil ititig tribe.
I'liose dudii iiig to Improve their Itock
should c.ul tibd see him,
i'j tf O. T. Dll KINSOH.
A GREAT NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC
f iik SiAK I- tlie uuly Nrw Yuri; Dewsnftper
p t!tiin( tilt- luliuM cointiiciH'e of tlie National
Ailmtiiistittti'ni ui the L'nltfd lemtx'roy of
New York, liiu Mitieal battle ground oi the Ke-
hhI cinmiiU f-r tlx- rtiAit hiii.'U- hniHif.t
,nn)ii Hi- ii f!pi''Uin in"s, tl li.ut HihkI ty
fit i iiiirn in" ttir-tu nf'iiiH-n.i.-y ill rr-
U, -oviTiMiii'iii iruin tueiiiyilvH years of
Kfimtiii .in .stt-tiiiitliirv, ami t'lirnijitl .ii and
.ifMiiM-m U titu hnuili. l-'tir tlit-M' fturve.u-
.its! II U-is -Jfttll tilitiWrrvfiiK In Its lliii-lltv U) Itie
luiii mivv- Mi" - it'i'imm mill 1nunni.11 lor lour
art Hi'Tt oi nfir.ixTU'u; ii'.iicsiy in ouru-
,tm,tl uii-iira, itini ol touLiimt.il uutlouiil tnui-
ii i y tain- i-ro tit-ni) .
for !." hi-- who uifii win w iwiiiucr ry
I.- sT a Ul-. Hit- i..i r t' rrjil.
The fi(U siini H siiiir ly on tin Nutlona
emui'i itiir )iiai iurm . 1 1 iit'ili'Ves tliiat any
limit1 -tt,li. I ruin thf i'oohlt lu turn-, ot (he
: iiih.k.-s ol it k'n.'-i -mucin i" I'liunrctiil v aitinin
iftvii i i'1-M-iili.iilv uji'i---ive mul tllsh'iiit-Ht,
hi- n il. inv luiU l'c'l itiiil l iiiiuii mnnl bv lilt-
lt-i.tililii .in imrii of iiL.thinx Hi.- K"-crtimeiit k
initc-r, Mi lii(.im! iiiUH'iiii .iiiiiiiiillv Iiuiii Kit imo
iiIl itiul 1'ii'l.iiisf .In ni up m vuiiiu to Aervf no
IlllH'l1. i.U(l (i)lllIH'll-
iiih eri'iit' tt iHlutt tilt
iil'll, lii-iiililu ;ili i-ii-"lu-oifi-iif
rik'in-t ul -Hit ri itn
llt.l'Al lllL'U' HI 1.
MAlln lliill.l- I'll' II
.'Ii tin Si h It ft tTfat
l - p ile anil W III lU'aiMiif ,
i-pll-ninlilc. Km tl I-hui-w
'i.il i" W-rlh kinv-
1 In i melt itti'l
uis itn f.;l.i!itt
1 tin- li it- 'iri'
hitii.n oi jfstrnliiy. It
'Mi' i., inrtiirt".'!!
iuu r -Lii.ri riuilmg iiiuy
t ih'hi i;.mm1 m tlie l-t
.ll!ll- t.tllll. tlitt riJtmf
i nlf-t tin' i1hv' lifWH it
np is- anu 'Ifi, ulnrl.-H.
lit n't-, if.i- w., art ;rlt
iiiiiiiiiitiiU' ti.;:::ur upark
, i .in. -Lin tl. Iitctnf'il kt-..ii.rii'rf-.
M-iny mI til-"
MiiH. ii in IiitriAiun. miJ
uric-, uro i-'l'l in
ll't.ltl, Ull't 111. fill
INK M MHV hi
, hi mi. u;. '- ii.'-. i
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r , . (Ait. With upec
ll I Uf IHU-.1 ''lllUlllC
. -ii" 1. t -triiifr, in
li,iii I. in 1 1. kit-It ut-cuplrd
r v i'l y i iinn't) nr lua
Ii," .1 . 111, l.lhl will print tilt)
IikM I'i ii.il'. f 1'nllll'ill IIOWJ.
. -i1 ii- Iillillh, 1'iH I'A'iK Fltl K
irn ! - .! -null ul'ii:: Slitlit'jr '
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i, In). Wl.r.iiH' Hi AH tu Ul
.li U. n Mi l KK. TilK WKIK
, ,in .. i -'ii i - li -- ur ni"i'i Mill I'M
t i 1 ot iu.a yvr I -r I wriy
I i j UuU.
I lr.-rt TMKSTAH.
WliSSjSi!SjbStkiiSitl la Ii"i'r''i7rrl3in7,ifclsti
Somo eenllcnian writing: from Law-
son to tho Knna City Tiim-, n-k of
Jubn M. (ilover was m rntnmnntl of;
tlie military post at Hoiln. nt :inv tint.
c.nring tltn war A" little. .Johnny
claims to have hwn bum in Kc', lio
wan too young for any military service
during the late iiniplraf-antnosH, Hi
Uncle John M. (Hover, from hv. north
ast part of he State, is very probalOy
the man referred to. If our recollec
tion serve us riclit he win either Co
lonel or some olticor of a MiMouri rep
IF ALL BUM 01
ft'ii' itlmi, nn I lire always t!leV yiil re bt
much in need of mcll as tf tlA 1. You iuil ruliR-N ( ! r C..n.oi.nd tnthis
leaflon, when the whr-ti' .j stern U dJ.ilit u ! ty tK- ive.i and f. nf r-f worV or ilay In
the ettreme licaU Can vu nfT-Ttl the tlr;:c nr.d iv-t i f a v-vatt' a? Seine's Celery
Compound will remove ilio iu r 1 if nr. Tt the mil h4 Ht-atlier tr'm tn;it toaa tru
medicinal value. Compounded frmu .ho fjrm ila of u sueccadlul liyuUIan, a a gtnenil
Invigorator it has no c-pial. When all
run down from Lent or overwork, r. 7iI BRACE YOU UP
member that Paino'sCt U'ry Compound mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Sold by all druHsts, $1 a hottto. Six for
WELLS, RIUI.Uib.S0N & CO., Proprs, Burliujton,
JOHN T. AKERS,
Surer sxorti to I"J,r.IS tVlf.SO.V,
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Cigars, Tobacco &c.
We extend an earnest invitation to the pulillo to call and ex
amice our stock ot Uroertea and Qiitwiiswurt), which will be sold
at price to suit the times. Our Store is on the N'OUTUEAST
Ifow can bo obtained in this city at tho th-tii store of Dr.
M, C Jacobs. 2vo cure no pay, an.l comlition f owdera fur
all kinds of stick We expect
person Trico very ruasonable- I' requires 1 lb ir a hog
during fattening time, to reap
For sale by I)r. M- C. Jac3bs,
of Hardin, For furtlier information apply to II Muhme &
Co Eudora, Kansas.
r . L I
Doctor: Tho only tliiiij? that will save your
life is a.Jujr of (Jey'r'.s licst Vhlslty.
lie is the only dctiler that buys by carload,
Goods packed and shinned to any part.
A.G357-23'?- A. C-E-'JT-E-S!,
Wholesale and KHnll Dealer In Bfer Uine and Liquors,
Lexington, Mo. Lexington, Mo.
Atfont lor Itay County.
Thenbove iUuitrtttioa reinndHiita h
Btutrip puller tbntia 10 construcjied
t-t.u tun niMiniiti nn trim end ur in lev
er wilUlowly but turly raise a ton.,
ThouMDdsof acres iu Ray Comity
are yet to be cleared and the value ot
this luventlon can bardly be estituitted.
I bavea stump puller at work at
Col. Hlcbard Cleveugers, oC tmbiua
bead for Circulars &c, encliaing
stamp td Williau Fi:uiirssoN',
Ons Fare For Rounit Trips.
On Friday's and Sunday's tickets will
be sold at one fare for the round tripm
to dm Doiut on tue St. umn a m j
L H. limited to use on day of salt)
tXtlr,- iiaJu"'iJk)IjUMA jinii'.V tm sm
IMMEAL & WOOBSOI
It win an overwhelming defeat for
(lOvernor Morelioune. Mayor Frnneis
;n u- miii ii 'it' i in i in a uiiij'u it , m i it .
Huclianan count a will send a solid
leleation for tiiiu,- St. Joseph Ncwj.
'( hnrlie gave me the cold shake lust
m: lit," confessed au Oakland girl to
j Why, I thought !io Venn so fond of
you," replied the lady
'Oh, he is. It was a milk shako,"
ilMttsbiirg Chronic. o
Vr.m lltft UVi!!uinff iuVN M immeri
K,;i - ; li.n ir'ut.i j,t ivenni. (It clack
to satisfy every reasonable
the benefit of our insurance,
aluo sold by Mason & Day,
. ' ' . t -1 'i J .
V-iIVf Is hiTi-l.v jflv.'n tttiit I witl'inth"!
loiAtii,; ilittth. ul iiih lirl'lin- Mt.-s, Ul tr.u ruulriti'Ui
Ui lilllUl liii- luiiov. li i k ui .
New mi..iI lirldjH n--.tr Hi r. H!il'!'c(. of f.'liUtifi
Ifiltcii.! in ii.wushiij jj, runL' :., l-'iiiiby, Aui.
dtl, ul 1 1 a. in.
Nrw wu.i(i t--l.lu n-'itr M,c n-sl'lt n' '- uf l-nn
"strut ion, iu louusiiip jm, mi M, r i ul y, A
. P. in.
nt ii r tlie riM'li-i c
1-ip -4, run!
i. ,ir tlm n-tlili'in'
Ml-I Ml-ll'ill 1 I'.-n
A- K'Hl -ii. 'l ' I'
Nft wiHid t.riil.
Wha: u in t-u l'-tiip
Ha, at 11 .".t. in
"liu'. sul'ioli, li.t: itiiprnval ot Ui ( ountj
H. I, 11 w, I.n.lj.") Com.
lo li.il Wit tit it Mid Hiikk)',
u, L'i let l't i I vV !SHH ami Oll t'Mtl
tli.tt .sill u-iUtiiisli ou, Imtli
allien a n it jirav, full mu
tt Ho 1 1 Carding.
Wu will tak nt wuul uh ht'i'L-tofun-
Liti'l si ii-l s.tirn in Watkius Itru-i., Clay
cuunty. fuf iMnliii ami fipiiiiiiiij:.
.'J-.iin. J li. Hama HKiti ltito.
Wlifi. vnii jjo tu l.t'iii''tun, cull on
Silvi'i man. on cunuT f jiubliu bijuttru
tur nut. .n.uurs. 4 m
Her Wiiti Graniiod.
j mr iuuKiiur --uu, 1 wmiw givu
an uuii t sue a if.yl live count.
IrouU ialUyr lluvc you Dover
"I'uinc lu tho winiluw a uiiuuto
"Au Itliuu ur-uu 'Villdt-T ii Rettiug
ittly lu ii.i.jV' L.Uwulu Jouruali
252 iWtZirStSIZwS,? 17.'.''.,,' L'sv., '
Etfori Eaylnj ol LI7TKA.,';'.
L KRCHAIDISE I
"l j' i '"'"li 1'rf i''rKrVTiirriii CSSaTXS Krtiy-i't'i.'rSsTiwJ
That Littmann "The
Clothier" still contin
ues his closing out sale
of summer clothing,
Strictly at Cost.
Look for future an
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQAHE.
Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishine Goods.
Boots, Shoes- and CrOceries-
I ISosppctfiilly' Invite tlio Trade to call and
examine iy Stock before making purchases.
I Make a SPECIALTY of Handling
GOOD HONEST MADE GOODS
In'all LINES, AU of which I
will SELL at the LOWEST
Returning Thanks for past favors, I hope by Close Prices
and Fair Dealing, to merit a continuance of th same.
T. O. BALLA11D.
COME TO STAY
Having purcliuflfd the T. L. Shaw stock of badulery and addded to
"m. inn. bavetiie Ltarumi, xveaiem, una iiesi Assar.rnen. oi pmuaie
llameu. Collars, Whip, Dustn, Comix, llcushus and all kind ot Good
usually kept la a llrst clans Ketabllnlnuent, ever Drought to Rav (Jounty
And I duty comi.etition on ell guods, Espucially on fiine
Carriags and Buggy Harness,,
Call and Lxainino my StoMc.
M. B. VVIUQHT. J. R, GLEASON.
M. B. WRIGHT & CO.;
GOO Main St., KANSAS CITY, MISSOURL
PEECIVAL & WIfl,
The BOSS Ohurn
t V'i I.
It will save many times its
ami (piality of butter also in
and bo convinced, e will gnarmi ee every one to kivo
perfect satisfaction or money
Wo also, handle i complete li no ot O A.SO Ll N t; S 1 0 V t-o,
RKFUU.HUATORS, ICE CUH.VM FKEliZERS, Screen
W'iro Cloth, Screen Doors, Tinware, Furniture, and the cel
ebrated Superior Stoves. Wo make a specialty of
UOOriXG & (-UTTERING.
Attn Swing ol LmViSV,
Tho 150S3 Chuin ia no new
expiiriuior.t. Wo can refer you
to amunbir of parties, right here
in 0'tp county, who havo been
using tliein for several years. It
is the most perfect working
Churn ever sold. It will pr
iliico mnro butter, with lesa lal or
iuhI is the easiest cleaned, tha
cheapebt; tho best, and so Bimpla
Unit a cLilil can operate it.
cost, every season in quantity
labor, l ull and exuimnt them
will bo nfunded.
0m door west of Tost QfEs