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n RIM6QUIST & SGHWEICH
Wo are prepared to oiler the ClUons of Kay county, si full ami
nlete Moek of Dry (ioods A. Notions, Men's, Hoy'H and Children
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Men's and Ladlon Underwear. ('nnnrisiiir
ties to he found at Home and Abroad ami at n
low as any Reliable establishmenton the (.lobe ( an sell them.
Every Department i Uepvesented with a Full and do.
slrabe assortment of Fresh (ioods.
Merchant Tailoring Depatmenl.
We arc now Fully Prepared to make to order perfect fitting TAILOR MADE
CLOTHING, having secured the Survicn ot a first class cutter that just arrived from
St. Louis, therefore we will be
St, Jjr.h, li lasia & Sati ft Mnl Co
Now In effect.
rntil riirtlmr fhanK, aba trains wlllarrtT
Sail l.rl fttionowi :
Kii. 4, New Turk l.lmlteil dally III M a.m.
Mil. All.nUO Kl. " ' I til p. Ill
Ko. s FM Lino il.llv . R)p.m.
No. 1. I'm-irln Kk. dally Stfa. n.
Mo. 3 runt. llirou.U to North LsxIDfrton.
frclKltl train, do notontr iNHtnacri.
To Chicago and Ueturn
for SIO.OO. J
(in Ttiiiiihiy. October 2. tho Santa Ye
ltuiitc, I'lucairo. Santa Ft! & California
Ky, will sill ticket from Lexington
Junction to Chicago anil return, t the
extremely low price of 1 10.00. Tick
eta wUl lie gooit going oa the above
mentioned date ami will tie good for
return im:io up to ant! including
Oct, l.'lth. This will give the people
an opportunity t ) visit the Kxposition
the Chieno tbetitre.H, Panorama, Parks
tVc. 'J uke the handsomest train la the
world, the Vestibule Express on the
i?utft Ku Koute.
When you go to Lexington, call on
Silverman. 011 corner ui public square
fur line liquors. 4iu
tiilvor Knives and Forks at McCar
EEPUBLIOAN COUNTY TIOKET.
Tor lle'ri-s'nltie W. 1". Withers.
For Mli. Tltr
For Co. Attorney
Jutidv F. . I Ht.
Jll'lUH V. l.i-t.
1'utilic Adiu r.
K. F. llaniaetaer.
.1. K. Black, jr.
Cliurles W. Hpaucer.
Mttlliuet K. Ross.
Win. F. UanL
J. I alt.
J . A. HurhaliAB.
Knot. 1 1. Htevart.
F. .1. htiort.
Always Kf.miv. It you will Just
take the pre-caulion to keep a bottle
of Chrtniberhiiu'8 Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy un hand you will
always be ready to cure any form of
bowel complaint, It la prepared es
pecially for that purpose, and is a
sure cure. -octs. per bottle, bold by
all drui'jjists. tf
F. iic Si'mmku Complaint use Cham.
berlnin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Kemedy, it is perfectly safe for chit
dren of any age. ijcta. per bottle
bold by all druggists. tl
Cramping l'ains in the Stomach and
liuwels, Cholera Morbus and Diarrhoea,
are promptly, permanently and safely
cured, by ting Cliamberlain a Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. Sold
by all druggists. tf
BnekleB a Arnica naJve.
The beat salve lu the world for out.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corus, and skin eruptions; and positively
cures piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect aatlttactlon
or money refunded. iJrlne 36 cents per
but. Bold by J. D. Taylor. 3-y
Bllver ISpooua uf ali sizes anil ttiapes
libeumatism and Neuralgia cured in
1 tu 3 days for Jo cents by Detcbon's
Myatio Cute." Do iio( suffer and
waste money on other remedies. Ibis
absolutely never fails. Sold by W. W
JlosbyiiSon, tlruggista. SS-ly
If j ou need lintiurs of any kind write
to) L. Silverman. Lexington, llo Will
send it to you nicely packed. See prloos
Me lave the lenMiro tbls week to
cull your attention to an article lor
rhtiiinutiMU wbieh has attracted wido-
anreail atleution, ilallard's Snow I. In
linent. Jtr. H. V. (Iraliain, wholesale
fruit and coiumiHsion merchant, JUan
olb il. Mi-iouil, was cured of rheuma
tism of i"l years stauding, after all oth
er remedies bad lulled and be bad giv
en ui all bopu of being cured. Hun
dreds of other remarkable; cures have
been ell'eeted. Sold by Smith 1'attoa
till Oi i r ih Country.
We bear every man woman and
cblid say that Utuhmond it th town
where to buy Uooda cheap. It cannot
be beat by any other town, but the
moat attractive place la Richmond
THE OMENTAL BAZAAR,
3r the S and 10 cents store, where Mo
tions. Tinware, Ulaas ware, and Queens-
ware are bought at from 10 to 10 per
cent b aa than in any other store to
any other store In northwest Missouri,
Think how much money you saved last
year by pairoutztng this store and go
and do likewise tins year. la-
WliSl M M
Uu ninvnl liis restaurant to the
Jlrick HuililinB. nrst door west of the
JIthoiiit cliur' li on Mln street and is
jfS pa piepuud to turuish the best
1 1 m tins opened a neat restaurant and
liim-li room, wlo-rea nmul or lunch can
i loul Kt auv hour. (Jood lodging
rooms above restaurant at reasonable
IaiT'nUo oarrlfS a full stock nf fresh
(IroceriKS. Tolmrco aud I'lgars, which
w 111 be sold at bottom price..
able to turn out nisc class wort
On all Summer (ioods to mak
room for Our
and Winter (ioods now dally arrive
r BLCK DRAUGHT lea cum (oiililln.
Fine line of Ladies watches a
Oh for a good rain. Enough to liiy
the dust if nothing else.
Robt, Kenick has our thauks for re
newal money last week.
McCarty a Ca. for all kinds of silver
Mr. T. M. I.oyd from near Vibbard,
made us a business call last Friday.
L. I), friest has our thauks for re
newal last wtek.
Lewis X. Fravil aMed his name to
the Democrat list this week.
The tall trade 1b opening rather live
ly with our merchants-
The melancholly days the saddest of
the year, will soon be here.
Uncle Sim Thomson was in to see us
yesterday, lie is looking hearty.
J. It. McKuaii ol the liar tin ?cwb
force, honored the Dkmocuat bovs wiib
call last Saturday.
The building boom in iticlnnoml 1
getting bigger every d iy. We are
whooping up tilings lively.
J. Li- rUrkpatnck added his name to
the Df.Uik.iiai before leaving for Tex
W. A. Willian. the rmuihir ilruirL-lst
at Lexington Junction, has our thanks
for renewal on Friday last.
Mr. Fyburn, who lives nearVilib.ird,
has our thanks for subscription on Fri
An aged minor named Ed Tubtiiti ,
died near No. 9 shaft on Monday night
and was buried on I uesday .
John C. Happy made lis tinppr last
week by renewing for the great Bolivar
ol Kay county
Wm. 11. Wilson, the popular farmer
south of town made a s iid investment
in the Great Kolivar on Saturday laU
J. E. Ball Sr. of St. ( loud Springs,
has our thanks for cash on subscrip
tion on Monday last.
Mrs. Clayton Jacobs added hefhame
I our list last week, and she shall
have the worth of her money.
We learn that our neighbor Matt
Nading is contined to his bed with ty
phoid fever, but is getting along very
Miss Eva Ball, daughter of J. E. Hall
Sr. of St. Cloud Springs, has gone to
Richland, Kansas, on a visit to her sis
That flue curacoa Kid Shoe with
Flexible Sole is what you want. Made
by Smith, Simmons & Peabjdv. Ask
your merchant for thein.
Darueal & Woodson have just receiv
ed a car load of salt in good clean bar
rels. Now is your time to lay in good
supply to salt your meat this fall.
Miss Hattle Guild, started for St.
Lous last evening, where she will at
tend the Kirkwood Academy for the
Messrs. Kingquist & Sehwcich arc
manufacturing a superior article of
Joans pantaloons and Overalls. If you
want somthing good, try tho home
We much regret the news from Law-
son, to the ellcct that the establish
ment uf Asbury oc Hro. has been closed
by attachment. This is a popular linn
and wo hope they will comu out a 1
I'rof . Shackelford, superintendent of
Richmond public schools, was conliueil
to his room by sickness, several days
last week. We are gratilled to sny th: t
ho Is again at his post ot duty, having
regained bis health.
G.J. Gardner, am! wife, who reside
a short distance east ot Hichmond, lelt
on Monday last for a visit tu Ohio and
I'ennsylvania. They will lie gone from
a month to six weeks. We wish them
a pleasant and safe journey.
Dr. J. J. Taylor relumed on Thur
sday last, only going as far as Ohio
with Carl, who was on his way with
Jake Child, to Worcester Massachu
setts to attend school. Last week wu
stated that the Doctor expected to go
all the way, but he was sick while out
and concluded to return.
Our popular Tun friend J. L.
Kirkpalrlck, left on Tuesday last to
accept a position lu a clothing store in
Denison, Texas, He is a young man
of good habits, clever aud sociable in
bis disposition and an excollent sales
man. We are sorry to see bliu leave
but U he can do better elsewhere we
cannot blame him for going.
From J. M. Loyd, who was in town
on Friday last, we learn that ou Tues
dar night of Iaat week, a team was
tolen from Albert Davis, who lives in
Knoiville township, and it is report
ed that ft line mare was itolen from
W'm. Kelmell on the ame night. We
have not heard of the recovery of t be
stock. It ia time to organize an anti
horse thief society.
Mr. Jamel Black of I tali, called la-l
week and ordered the Dkmo kat to
hit address. He went to the moun
tains to live a years ago, when he
wm 11 years of age, and has always
resided there. He says he is much
pleased with this part of the country
and intimated that he might buy lund
aud settle here. We found him a o
Iciable, entertaining goutleiuau well
pgottd la regard, tu bis ceuutry,
all the latest novel
value guaranteed as
in every respect.
Larire Stock of Tall
Fine line of Jewelry at McCarty s
Goo. Thomas and bis brother called
1 ho Colored M. K. Church at this
iilaee have employed liev. C. C Mitch
ell, for tile coining year.
Messrs, Hughes and Co. are prepar
ing to erect 10 dwelling houses for
their miners hi this county.
Mrs, M. J. Carson, of Denver, Colo-
rado.Is lu the city visiting and rela
tions, and will remain several weeks-Mes-rs.
Hurnett Hughes and G. W.
rrii-f: have gone to Miunessota. on a
ishing spree. Only bankers and cap
ilalists can indulge in such luxuries.
R. Littman, the 5 and 10 cent liinn
has n word to say this week. Ho has
groceries and stoves and ho wants j ou
to know tu
l'rof. L. Dickey called TucsduT and
found us in a worry because the force
pump on uur engine would not work
Hon. I.. L. Unities, republic in can-
Inline for Attorney Gentrul will speak
in Uiehiuoml, Ibur-day. Sept. i'Jth, at
s p. ui.
Sam. V Ilarrisou was In town Te
on ins way with Ins family to
not .-springs, Arkansas. He expects
in remain thoro a couple of months
tinl tu Mis-i.-sippi, perhaps to live
John Dres-ler returned from St.Louis
yesterday, alter graduating under
.Mr. Hoilinnn, tho celebrated Tailor
and cutter. He has connected him.
self with ltingipust & Schweich where
lie can now bo futiud ready to serve
C. W. Mitchell of Orrlck, called yes
terday to have his paper changed back
from t assulle, Uarry county, where
he went a few months ago to make his
fortune, tie says that is a good coum
tiy, but ho somehow did not stay away
iruiu iiiu itay.
Mr. W. C. llollister, travelling pas-
sengef agent of the Santa Fe Route,
called yesterday in company with, Mr.
U. A. Johnson, agent at Lexington
Junction, and Mr. Tait agent at this
Ii!c. Mr. Hollistnr U working up
cheap Chicago excursion for Oct. 2.
lhe Sub-Normal Institute at the
.Murray school house in folk Town
ship last Saturday was very well atten.
ded and we leara from i'rof. Dickey
that the Secretary was ordered to send
in the miuutes for publication but the
matter has not been attended to.
La lies tho best il.bu Kid and Goat
Shoes in the market is made by Smith,
Simmons o; reaoody. Satisfy your-
sell uy buying; a pair.
Siilo Of rroiierty.
b. K. ilynes will sell at hi furm, 4
mil..:!! iiurlli of Kichmoutl. on Tuesday,
Uirlnber it 3u bead of cattltj cuu-
.iis-iiix u cowi, juarliug!, &o., 1 tuor-ou;ii-brud
bull, 1 work horse, 1 brood
mare, 1 two-yr-oltl mulo, Mowor aud
IM'Kavku r rum a miles north of
Uurdm ou the i',tl, tluy of Auguat.l'iMH,
uuu ..urn uuy uorse, turue years old,
aljuiit 1-j iHiud: hi l'Ii. one hir. hi.i.l
luut. A liberal reward will be paid for
iniuriuiunm ur ruiuru oi same io me
v - o. hUOAK, Jr.
1 arm lur iitc.
I want lo soil my fanu of U'O iiorus.
well iiuiruvml, uiiij milu north cust of
U.cLuurt jlouso iu Hichnioml. tall
uhvl auu it. JovKrii i. 1i:vau
Farm lor Nile.
I hnvi.Hj ucrus cf 1 mill, wtll liuprov
nl, i cliaril and plirnty of watur.whlch
I will sull cr tiadu n ull soiuu una liv-
uttst in a liuiikard twiuliliorhood.
1 uvu tuoiiinl a hull mill's t.-t of Kich-I
niuud. I i7-aiul i,Li bi'ii.hii.
In his speech ut the L'aiuden bnrbe.
cue nisi saiuriiav rroi. I.ovu came
piure out and put liimsrll la accord
with the republican national rilatforui
hv i II it that he would IhLh tti,
uil whULy and make It free, rather
than give Up any part of the protect
ive system, lliut is eoulvalent to auv
inj; that he would keep the tariff tax
of ?J per cent ou blankets, 64 per cent
on clothing, per cent on sugar, but
take it ulT whisky, no that It could be
bought at cents per gallon. That
is the only conclusion we tau reach
iu the premises.
There i$ no Curs but Marrlagt."
How many a pompous old fraud,
with an M. IK attached to his name,
has ollerred this time-dishonored pre
scripliun to a pale haggard girl, suffer
ing from the ills of womanhood? How
many a wretched hell on earth has
thus been started! for no marriage can
be blessed, either to husband or wife,
which Is taken as a pill. Out upon
such quackery! Ihero is a cur for
sullering women a cure which will
make marriage the greatest of earthly
blessings, and home the sweetest of
lideus. Its naiut; is Dr. I'iuroe's Fa
vorite I'reseriptiou. Just try it, and
see the black clouds of life roll away
be f uro the glowing sunshine of return
ing health and vigor. It is the only
medicine fur women, sold by drug
gists, under a positive guarantee from
the manufacturers, that it will give
satisfaction iu every case or money re
funded. See wrapper around bottle.
Dr. Tierce's Tel lets the original and
only geuuiue Little Liver Till 6
ccuU a vial; uuu ft dub.
Our !riiadcloths, Ileiiii-
etta and I'lushes lire just at
IiiiiuI, and wo open tin1 full
campaign Willi U liiuiiHome
line ut these irooils in nil tlio
newwt shades, at "Fair prices
for lino Goods." Look at our
40 inch lilk finished Henrietta
for 50e, or our 40 inch one, a
gem at 75c, or one 50 inch
broadcloth in 10 dillorent col
or and all tlio latest at $ 1 .'25.
IH.' -...I ....
lut'iu vuiues mo nwuj' uuuui
the market and we know it.
Ladies, come and select
your new costume trom the
beautiful lress Uooda stock
now ready at McDonald
"WINS OF CARDUI, Ionic lor Wuiucu.
J. li. Kramo ban st.M tho Cameron
Vindicator to J C. liickle of Lulhrnji,
who will continuo tliu publicatiua ol
Dr. Dockery has returned homo aud
is now at Gallatin. We would advise
lrof . Love to go in a hole and pull the
hole in after hnu.
Jo. X. Wright late of the Jamesport
Juurnal has purchased the Clullieothe
Constitution. Jo A. is a good news
paper man aud we wish him big suc
cess in his new location.
Capl. S. K. Crispin ! in tlio eastern
markets buyiuy an immenao stock ot
goods Utt tho fall trade. In the luuau-
tuuo the store hero had uuiei mined tu
clear out what is on hand if low prk'tj.-
wlll do it. Head what they huvo to
iay elsewhere in this issue.
JL 11. Kelson, travelling ripresLnta-
tive of the St. Louis Kepubiiu, w as in
the city Tuesday working up nn inter
est in that paper. Ilu hud good sue
cess and deserved It as he represent
the bust iaper in the Mississippi vul-
Ilulliliiig and Loan AsKocialiun mon
ey is still ia big demand. Ten th;.re-
were borrowed last Friday night at the
following bo u u : (i. W. tuiuuiins i
shares at $0u per share, Ed lluU-hkis-
1 shares at ti5 and Wm. llixsju 1
share at The pro tits to the asso
ciation were JjtVjH, ou the three loans.
Mr. b. KeriH.son, the renowned
stump puller, from near Orriek, mmW
the 1lmu( liAT a solid call on Tui sd;t
laU lie has more ortlers uhciid fur
work than he can pu.ibly till. I.u.m
week his wife had a vifit from t of her
s st t, as follows: Mrs. Margaret Over-
Held, Indepemlenc, Kansas; Mr. Ann
Lovelace. North Lawrence, Kuiimis:
Mrs Jeuette (ilimpse, (iieuwood, Kan
sas. The combined weight of tue fuur
sisters is not much short of a thoutaiui
liOOl) MILK COW fur sale. Will
give milk all wiuter, J. L'. Hitows,
Wiggins, the great weather prophet
says we will experience some weather
iu this country m October. I uele Da
vy Kice, who always keeps pusted. says
Prof. Ira Hick, the noted Missouri
weather prophet, says the same thing.
This is notice farmers to dig their po
tatoes and gather their .winter apples
oarly tbio full. If tho oold woutber ar
rives on time it is sincerely to be hoped
tht it will extend to the fever strickeu
south where there is now so much dis
tress. Cold weather checks the fever.
McElree's Wine of Cardul
and thedfowd'6 black-dbocht nro
for bale by the following Uiercliauls lu
W W. Mosby A bins. KichiuoLd.
Oulnn & Liwsou, C amden.
Xr, W. D. Carpenter & Co., Fox,
J, W, Li ney, (ieorgevilie
It. V. hewaiu. Hardin.
E. N. Forbes, Hardin.
W, A. lltiau, LextoRtoo Junction.
J. L. Gftut & tiuns, Kiiuxvtile
VV. M. uuarifi, uii.vii.e
li. V, Wall. Muiluu.
Perdue & Lt forge, Orrlck.
J. C. Stickle. Orritk.
J. C. Clark, lUlianl.
H. 11. Miiltr, 1 ttHHVlllC.
W iliauis A CoHsert, llnm vv Grove.
As, DUUU T lUlfttt'li
MCLRCr'S WINE OF rftRDU, lor Wtk Kerrei.
HALF RATI HARVEST EXCURSIONS.
Ksntil, N.brstks, Iowa, Minnaisls, Dakola
and rhs Panhsndl. g Teiat.
Will leavu Iruin all Blutiuns of tliu Wu
baU Wus'eru nuilwuy ou Auru-t -,
Siiptumbur lltli aud2.th. (IclolHir iMh
and 23ii. KaloOnu 'are (or Kouml
Trip 'l'Ickuls good rulurnliiir llilrlv
I J S li'om dutu of lulu.
lavs apply to the nusrust runt
Wabash. Western Kailwuy.
Hecuinlluna i Ueo. ar. MrUf Pout, aua
Wksilvku That the Commander of
4ico. aN. Mcliee 1'ost, No. "0, b
strncted to ask the Commissioner ut
Pensions, lion. John C lilack, to re
open the application uf Juscph C Har
bee, late private of Co. '", l.Uh cav
airy, Missouri Volunteers, for rcstora
ration tg the pension rolls.
HbsoLVEU That said Joseph ('. Har
bee, who i totally blind, and Is now
au Inmate of the Hay county, Missouri
,ooP tol,M' Wtts 8Wt,uliJ aui1
Wdlcr In the late civil war, and that
be chould have u fair aud impartial ex
amination as to bis disability.
Unsolved That a copy of these res
olutions be sent, to the Commissioner
oi Pensions. J, W. BLACK.
Sept. 8, Commander.
Hon. John Edwards of Marvville,
committed suicide at his home in that
city Thursday, by shooting himself
with ft H calibre revolver. The cause
of the rash act being a sufferer uf neu
ralgia catarrh. He was 6'J years old,
Latter From ths Ei Shsriftof Chaulauoui
County, Nsw York.
MxrviLLe, N. Y.( Deo. 2 18.".
I am glad to say, from a long per
sonal experience with Alu.cm k's To-
hoi s Plasters, that 1 am ablo to en
dorse all the good things that have
been said about them, and supple
ment these by saying that I frankly
believe their value caunot bo estiuia
ted. Their breadth of u.-cfulness i:
unlimited, aud for prompt and sure
relief to almost every ache and pam
that tlesh is heir to, no other remedy,
in my opinion, either external or in
ternal, equals them iu certainly or ra
pidity, j have used at one time for
rheumatisni, another for backache,
again for bronchitis, always with
tamo result ft ipeedy cure,
I L. T. lUttm.NC'lux
SPEAKING AT CAMDEN.
At tin- Iciil uo at riTihlt n, imi Kri-
tl:iy l:t-t, H-ci-rli' ui'io in.i'li' Prof.
Jillm- l.. t r
m ! if.ill c iiiiliiltiO- for
( ';ii. .1. I. I :ltr'n .'llll-
iimi i mil' ill Hici ) lur.
,1,1' 1 1 1 -1 . hill Hi' il ii not
l,n i- -
r a h llie rui.inl in time t )ie:ir him.
but b ;1 il (hid hi- -teecli tu:ele Up
iiti't t uf ts-rit H-i-ins uf Mr lteker).
fur fitiliti to fur -uinetliiiig in
cuiineei immvil li llie river i in prove men t
and fur lii- Mlc iu favur uf tree wool.
As there in nothing in cither uf thene.
charet they du tml de-eive uotic.i.
( itpl. I iiiiis futlottcd iu a masterly
-pi eeh iiicli W il li-leneil to Willi
marked atleiitiun and w a well receiv
ed. After pa ing a glow tug tribute tu
ire-id ui Clcreliind ami I Ion Allen (i.
llniniiiin, he took up the tar in", and by
plain i:icm ami iigurcs iiniHiraicii to
the peoplt: huw tin-y Were Iwing rob
bed fur the beiielit uf the pruiected in
dulrii'.suf the country. Hi, address wa
o cutnpleie, convincing, and present-
1 in such a plain, straight-forward.
vigorouH manner, as to c ouiplrtcH
rattle Pruf. Luve, and wln-u the gen
tlemen arose tu reply, be showed that
he was utterly non-plusf. d, aud could
only snececd in making n few wild
assertion, that fell rather Hat, ns fol
lowing the close arguments of Farris.
It is sute to say that the Prof, gained
no laurels by his first contact ou the
stump with a democrat.
1 beg tu inform my friends and Die
public that I have accepted a position
with the well known luiu of J. C.
Ilrown Merc Co., id liiehniond, Mo
wheie I shall bu pleased to meet all
who will fat or me with a call.
On Snndny ht-t, at Carrollton, by
KhL J. K. 1 tt mi. Mv. John T. Pattnn,
one of uur well known fellow cili.eus.
and Mih Kmnia a. llamuiund, of that
place. The newly wedtted couple left
at once fur Illinois, to spend ft few
lays visiting friends, when they will
return to Uu-htnoud and settle down.
1'hey have the hearty congratulations
and good w iiliei uf the Ki.jkm uat.
May their future bo bright, and no
cloud uf udvur.Mty ever mar their hap
piness, funeral Sermon,
The fum ral -eruwii of Mrs. Kuciudu
Ha) nes, wife of S. K. Hauics, will lx
preached by lie. (. I). Allen (f Platte
county, at Mt. ion church, a miles
mirth west of liiehniond, on the Fifth
Sunday in September. The friends of
the family are inv ilcd.
4ii T'ridiiy nioining. Sr-piemlwr 1 1th,
is, at the residence of her son. 1 . II.
VYuodou, in Kichmuml, Mis. llulduh
A. 'uod.-ou in her Jssth year, fcihe
has been feeble fur a long lime un ac
count of lu r great age, and her death
was caused by a wearing out of life
forces by age IS ho was born in Hoek-
ingham county. Virginia, January 14,
s) and was taken by her parents,
Philip and Fhoeba Young, at an early
age, to ltarreii county, Kentucky,
where .lie grew to womanhood. She
married iu is lil to liobert Woodson,
and they settled iu Woodsouville, Keu-
ueky. He died in ls.J, leaving her
i widow, iu feeble health, with six
children. Her means were limited,
but she battled with life's misfortunes
successful! v. Tbrcc ot bci cllililien
are now living, us follows: Thus. 1).
Woodson, and Philip Woodson of this
place, and Llizabeth, wife of Or. S, A.
Jackson, w ho resides ut Kockport,
Kentucky. Her sou Thomas, sent for
her in 10, to come aud live with him,
and she made her home with him
to the day of her death, toho united
with the Kegular
liapil church In
161'J, and has lived a con si -dent, devo
ted chri:t.au lite since Siio was ft
worthy woman iu eery sense uf the
word, a good neighbor, a kind parent,
ever show ing a strong devotion to
tlluse who were dear lu hei iu life, she
died uiuveraUy mourned, funeral
service vm v her rcmuius were con
. meted by Kldcr Will T. Itruwu, at the
residence uf T. D, Woodson, on Satur
day and all that was mortal va laid
to rest in the new city cemetery, there
to await the resurrection mum. Peace
After an illness of a few weeks, ut
the residence of his father. In this city.
at au ci.rly hour y jstcrday, T, W.
Utdgeil, at the age of i )ears. His
disease was t plioid fever, uud It was
nut generally known in town that lie
was in a dangerous cunditiuu. He
wns a conductor uu tho '.Mb street Ca
ble Ilailw ay iu Kansas I'ny, pn1 was
taken sick there, but came home tt
rest, hoping to suuu again return tu
his duties, ibis was less than three
weeks au. And now tin sUung, vig
orous Ruling man is in ttie fold em
brace ui death. Alas how uncertain
are the caiculatinis of man. The de
ceased v as u young man vt excellent
habits and by his energy and lidelity
lo his Miipluyers had uachcl a line
isltiuu furaoung man. Ho was lu
fact just eilUu'Jiig tluii a Useful life,
when thu call fiuui A.real came and
lie was furcctl logo. His grief strick-
parcnls, and relations have the
uutirilelt iitiaihies of the entire uotn
muniiy iu tlieir gn at lus-. Tuneral
services were held ut 1 J o'clock this
morning at the family residence by
Hev. Mcl'arland, aud tlio body burled
in the city cciui;tLiy. Tu the uddst
uf life we aru in deutn.''
All pjrsoiis indebted lo ttic under'
signed will please call and settle at
once, as we nau sunt our store, ana
sli to close tip out business. e can
be fouud at the old stund.
Sw J. T li -un & Co.
Finest line of Kings iu the city at
t Hampton at l'"t Oiine Hook Store
has lull aiippn city aud country
.V'hools. tuve li'iu a call
W jiM --t.-. Any one who
trie, I I iiiunl-erhiin s i he,
t'lioleni uu.l 1 i :
it tried t.T t
l lioea lleiiiedy or -reeii
.nuinr J'iiim in tile
rte..-, t iiulera Morbu-,
i. .t iy ami willing lu
It ;ihv:i cures .iu ek-
Mulllitell Uli l U
or Diiiri liiM :i, I
ly. fu I i l-v ail .liuu'i-ts-
Ntiw tun Shop.
.N 'i ,iiid liruee luive opened
a jun mi
er'-s at or
i, up -'.ill'-, over Jiilm .i K
, wiiei'- itiey are prepared
repair ail tillld ot dilih, 1 lalnli, &L-W-111
Ultl' tllliei, l.UCrv-), tVe., tttiot ull Utll
er iintul nuicluuciy. Give, thorn u iriul.
! GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Is worth a thousand
theories. " Thai out'
fact 1h this: lor the
prettiest styles and
lowest liyures in t'ar
pets, you are hound to
see .McDonalds nis-
play. Their new ear
load is at nana ami
their mammoth car
pet room contains
the choicest ircms
of the season in all
grades. They have
lnuraiiis at -Ui', and
Uoy al Volvi'ts at .s 1 .5U
per yard. A new ear-
pet will origmeii up
the house wonderful
ly. Come at once and
select one at
Missouri Fish Commission.
ST. JtKl ll, Mm., JsM'l. l.", ls. I
Un and after the l'"th uf (k-iola-r wc
will be ready for the diilriljutiun ul
Voting Kish. We have llii- e.ir a full
supply ol young Ha, Ciappie and
tierinttu Carp ai uur M. I.oui- 1'oinK
and at our Hatchery ut St. Joseph,
We do not ship ont ia nn . mt
the Young Try.
All persons iu the State f Mi..mri
desiring to stoi-k pondi fhould :id
during October and November tu lAius
Cotlrell, St. Joseph, Mo , or to 1'nilip
Koppliu, Jr., lto li'.c.i, St. houis, Mo.,
and same will have prompt aiti-ntion,
Terms as follow.-: lur cans and car
tage to tho fcxpress OlheeV will
bo charged; when you send a can pre
pay the same, ami scud only ccnu
uy mail, which is fur cartage tu the ex
press otlice. .No Tish sent uu C. U. 1).
aend in all orders the name of 1'ost
ollice. County aud nearest Kxpress
Upon receipt of three postugu we
will mail you iU-page circular on lih
uuliuru, and bow to construct ponds
aud feed hsh.
11. M. Gaklii us,
Chairmnt), Missouri r ish Comiuis&iou.
AltCUIL 1 CAAiriiLLL,
Important to Subscribers.
We have made arratigeiueuts witli
the publishers to furnish ilx i l.u i
CiiKUNULt,t.iudependcnt of politics,)
(daily by mail to all buiuilnl
bers tu this paper, from now until the
completion uf the Presidential Cam
paign, for ihe small sum of o cents
The regular price of the Chicu.m ll in
3U cents per moutu. Those who wish
tu take advantage of this oiler musi
send mouey through the publisher ot
the paper in which thisuuuco appeals,
as this U a special rate aud wut uuL
be given to persons nut suuscriuers.
Henry Smith, sou cd 1 hoiua- .sin.th,
former resident ot tins cit , n ui Hi
resled this muiiimg vn a chaigu td
lualing a horse truui his auiu, a uiu-
ow lady iu K . y couutv. lie denies
stealing tho burse, but, says he Kno
whore the uorse is. ivcgisier-iuv
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE,
Capt, S, H. t'riajiin h now
la order to red net' Stuck to
W'e will inuko a urnml
on nil Go da tlirouulieut the house.
NOW IS YOUR TIM 13
If there ever was a ti;no to
now as they were never so
This opportunity to buy what you tif d. o will take
pleasure in showing volt
our prices, whether you buy or not
THAT'S WHAT WE AUK IIEKK FOll
And we vant your trade, if hom-it l'"'h1s and h prii'i s ran
brin:; yon, wo have pt both. Thaiikinu-yuu for pa-st fav
vors and hoping to merit a eoiitiimaiico i f tin- fame,
We can lie found al llie old Koth-
ruek stand, one door west of
the Post Ol.'iee,
S. H. CRISPIN & CO.
T (", """" " !"V". S" rr m
One Fare For Round Trips.
On Kr;d.iy'a and Sunday's tickt-ti will
"H a.tld at urie tarn lur t he round trlpH
o any point on Ihe t, Louis tV M .Iuh
U. li. huiiled tu use on dav u pale only
-tf M. TAi r, Atfelit.
l Vim Unite n Mieft HiKy,
if o, ;o ti I'uwi'll t; Sons anil vuu can
"'e Is tliiit will aoloitish you, btdli
in iiality, lin;-li and price, fully gunr
We wiil t;ike in wool as heretofore
;'.n-l .-nd fame tu Wat kins Hrus., Clay
i-oiinty, lur carding and spinning.
- '-'IU J. II. II.MA( .HLUAt lllt.l.
M'n uu go tu Lexington, call on
rinan, on curner of publie suunre
Try nirK rriMrr.Hr tt f.jr l'.nlls.
Tin' iniMirt.inee uf thnrongli urgani
aliun i auiint ho ov cresiinuiied, and it
ha.- I suggested that a Cleveland
an I 1 nut ni:iii eliii) be formed in each
. iding preeitiet uf thecntrny with a
vh-w d d.eiiiniaiini: l'inueratie iluc-l
trine a,)d perpetuatiiig 1 uiuici'utii' fu- j
UMiiai . It we tight to a finish we
halt ;u liieve a victory tin). untiled In
I he c-iuiitry's lii-iury. 'llie Central
t'lnnmit'ec tlien-Jore rc'inest that the
lieinuerais a--emhle at their respective
vuting piaees on llie datet niuntiuned
lid- tin: purpose uf urganiing lenu-
iMtic nr t levcland and J nut man clubs
uu wliii h ucea.-ion the fulluwiiiLr sneak
ers wilt address them on the pending
Hardin, Saturday. Sept. '-'J, H.Uoti.
.!. 11. liall. "I'hos aS. laaveloek. 1'res E.
Ilnl, ,luhu 1-. Morton aud W. A. llul
liian. Klmira, Saturday.Sept. p. in.
Capl. J. II. Hunts uud 11. S. Hi lies.
Members uf the Central Committee
are reitie-ted to gie due notice of
meetings iu their townships and make
all necessary arrangements,
Ald.-V MAlli.AM), Chirmau.
Jn, Tami auv, Secretary,
Iluii. iieo. IL. Wallace, republican
candidate fur Lieutenant Governor,
will .-puak in liiehniond, on Saturday,
Sept. at 2 p. m.
Hun. K. K. Kin ball, republican can
didate lur governor will -peak at Hieh
mond, Oct. loth.
Au experienced aud Artistic Dress
Maker will take charge of our dress
making department Octobe'lst. All
who waul tiieir dresses cut aud made
tu lit, iu the latest fashion, will nut full
to call and sec her.
iiJ-ilt J. C. llliOWN ii CO.
A poll of the htato of Indiana Just
completed, puts it leinoeratic by ten
tiiwu-iuid , uie-, line oi the astonish
ing tcaiui es ol the Vote is that lluiuu
cr.ilic gums are largest In the manufac
turing eilies of i t. V a ue.buu'h liend,
1. wins ville, Uicumoiid, Tcrru Haute
and Mew Albany. Tiie labor elements
autiph:tlliy tu Harrison Is uudonbtedl)
Uie element if gaiu at those points.
Indiana wiil increase that lit,oou nu.-
b'duig the intervening two
VII 'it 1 i'- h-i'.r p:U-ei.
.i- r -
in tlio Las'crn Marlicts ami
nuiko room fir fall wirc-lmses
buy froods i hcap it certainly is
low in the hNtory of the trade.
our ''nods and "lvinj; you
iaHf-Xji t,-. ,W ,iW,v,Wa. il:M, wjLiiBfcUW3 fn--'' 'A l rlirtf-i Villi If ia-Tfl il mt 7 .1 it.'.' j .lV
'" 1 ' ' r"j fyiMvsjij mwsi sun m. tv i'nnw.'ijri
b4...auntaj . 1 Mil . .1 ir'iil iiiii 1M.1IU SlUlTti irt 1 fri H - t " " M S.,! niA, 1
Ssion Surkj of IIITIUKT.
That Littman "The
clothier" still contin
ues his closing out sale
of summer clothing,
Strictly at cost.
Look for future an-annuncement.
I A PROPOSITION. 4
I proposie to sU (iroccrlt-s, iueens
ware, &c ; a, cheap as any llriu in Hay
county, in addition to this I will give
a discount of 5 pur emit, on all bills
amounting to So or over, (iooil guar
antied l'ri'nh and Cli
paironxge is solium
rPOl I HSU.
THE EUREKA HOG REMEDY
Now can be obtained in this city at the drug store of Dr.
M. C Jacobs. No cure no pay, and condition powders for
all kinds of st ick We expect to satisfy every reasonable
person- rnee very reasonable I requires 1 lb tor a nog
during fattening time, to reup the benefit of our insurance,
For sale by Dr. M' C. Jacobs,
of Hardin, For further information apply to tl Mohme &
Co Eudora, Kansas.
COME TO STAY
Tlavlng purchased the T. L. Shaw slock of SaJnlery and aJdoVd to
sime. 1 now have the Lart at, Neatnst, and Heat Assortment of Paddles
Harm-SB, Collars, Whip, DuM.T, CoiiiIm, Brushes and all kinds of Good!
usually kept In a HrstctHss Katablihineiit, ever Hrouirht to Hay County
And I doty competition tin all goods, Especially on fiine
Carriage and Buggy Harness.
Call and Examine my Stock.
M. 13. WRIGHT.
M. B. WRIGHT & CO.,'
0OO Main St., KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI.
PERCP7AL & FOWLER,
The BOSS Churn
It will save many times lU cost every season in quantity
and riiality of butter also in lu'i r. I ' ill and examine them
and be convinced. W'e v. ill i'n irun'eo every one to give
I perfect sntUfa'-tion or inum -
I WVnls... Immllo h com;.',
Ir.r.FKlOHUA lOUS, 1CK
I Wire l 'loth, Screen 1 lours,
ebrated Superior Stoves.
Attn Eiy: eg el UTTXAinr,
an. K urjbouj's ' I
Ti atttjo .L
I'.. A)l. urouery.
also sold by Mason & Day,
J. It. GLEASON,
The 11033 Churn is no new
-p"'rin;c. t. We can refir you
to anunibir of parties, right hero
in your comity, who have been
Using thein for several years. It
ii the most fierfect working
Churn ever sold. It will pro
duce more butter, with less Inter
and U tho easiest cleaned, the
cheaiitt; the best, ana so simpio
that a child can operate it.
y will n-fui'ded.
to bn.M.f UASOUXE STOVEd
Cllf.AM FKHLVEKS, Screen
Tinwuiv, I'liruiture, mid tho cel.
o in.iko a specialty of
On tbo "oith East CcrL.tr cf the S'unrj