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THURSDAY, OCT, 1h, Ihkm.
PCVOCRAT1C WATIOl AL 1 ICKET.
of Kw York.
For V.cr rRKMPitvr.
ALLEN Till RMAN
1 Tor Oorif rwm third district,
A. M. D tCKKHY,!
of I )!' county.
t 1 -KMiH'slAI K1 1 AlK rif'KKT.
Kor i in, trnr,
- IIAVIOH. I" K AM It, of ttt. tOlltt.
Pur Umenstit (tnTfnior,
ITKfHKN It. t'L.A CtlMlt, l jA.Jr.
Kiir tWretsry of tltv
AI.EX. A l.r.Hl hi h. "I lAUHt.
Vi tsie Attititnf.
jAfttlvi M. BKlUhitr.oM it-r UlraritFau,
For Htnto Trwii.rr,
ICO T, Mil. AMI, f Js. kot),
JullN U WiM'l, nt Osrk.
ll'or i;lur of l.imH.j
KOHKRl Mtt.1 l.l.i N II, ol O.Kivr.
Fir lUUmMil rnmmlMl"ii'r,
iriMolllt IIKNNKHM , ot lUmtolnh.
KoT .'ll'litf f( (m HiibWrM 1 iiiH,
AHKI'AKU HAKiJ.A, fdt,Uul.
Jwlffi of ' Kausint lortrl of Appeals,
I1IINKU A (ill, 1 ot .Ivkmi.
JAMKi KI.I.Lhon, nt A.UIr.
JAIK" I' -M1TH nl I ole.
Df.HtMr.tllC CUUilll lltllflt.
r ir RwniailnTj. MIS K. Mourn.
FirO. oiiicetor w. a. holm an.
Tar HtenriR II. r. I KKIH F.
For Co. Atewy TIKMi. N. I,A KUX. K.
FtrOo. Trenrw I'KM. K. HILL.
F rC. AlWMor ALEX. P. Ml I JTKAD.
For J. i iic K. Id-.. A. A. MoCTtKTo.S.
For Just tor W, IMS H T. CKAVKMtt
Fr Fob. Adm'r. JNO. W. Ht'KHKLL.
For V-n. Surveyor h. I.. BAY.
V. Coroner K W. l.KM EB.
Hon. Vahl N hi hi, unco a republi
can senator from Missouri U itrorjgh
supporting Cleveland, an J has written
tin able letter Riving his reasons there
from. The most fnvorable news from tbr
canvass of Dr. Dockcry ts at hand, and
he Is certainly creating great enthusi
asm, wherever he (foes. He will re
ceive a larger vote this yrar, than at
any previous election.
TnF.itE is a big scheme on foot ru
Kansas City, to rttfiHtor enough color
d men Innu Kansas to tarry the elec
tion for lUilleno, the republican can
didate for congress K'jrlunatly tin
matter was discovered and as a result
the Jefferson City penitentiary will U
Col. C. H. Manm'k h well known
Missouri ftn is in great demand as
campaign speaker. He has reeeuth
been in New Hampshire, South Caro
lina and West Virginia, and is wanted
in half dozen other states. He wili
return home however and next week
commence a canvans of his own district
Tub Kansas City Journal says Kim
ball, the republican nominee lor gov
ernor, is an honest mau. How can
this he when Kimball proclaims tin
MilTs bill a free trade measure, wht-L
it provides for an average tax of ovei
4 per cent. No, Mr. Ki tubal! cannot
be honest and make any such a U to
me n Is.
Some Missouri bonds worn one
bought and retired at au average ol
If ton cents advance on what the;
sold for before the .Slate began buwng
A radical organ calls Ibis "dawning,
but H is just what Harrison propone!
to do with United States bonds
(foverjuient purchase have bill leu
them to 130. He propones to go bull
ing them regardless of the price or Hit
expense to the government.
A ni'Mbkk of democrats over iu the
aeooud district are kicking themselves
these days, for supporting Jno. li.
Hale, in his independeut candidacy tW
oongress agaiust Col. C. Mausur, two
years ago, under the impression thai
Hale was a democrat. He is now Hy
ing bis true colors and they see how
easily they were led astray. This
class of democrats are Mansur's strong
est supporters this year and he Ui
easily secure a SWU majority.
The republicans are cavorting up
E&d down the country, swearing tin
Mill's bill is free trade because it pro
poses, to reduce the taxes about lift
millions annual! v, yet the republicau
leaders in the senate have introduced '.
a bill that they estimate will reduce
the taxes seventy millions aunuaih
End swear that is prolectiou. IS ihert
ever was a thoroughly inconsistent
party ou all queatiou. it is the repub
licau party of to-day . j
T t his Michigan and Indiana spt cehe
Mr. lilaiue drew u glowing picture oi 1
the prosperity of the West under the j
benign operations of the protective
taiirt. Somehow, Kausa is not en
joying her share of this prosperity.
The statistics just published by the
State board of Agriculture shows that
during the last year Kaunas has in
creased iu population only 1,1-tJ, while
the value of her farms has decreased
SjUy.TW.U; during the year. It it
probable that a considerable share ol
Uiat y.tsw.ovojias been transferred
to the Savings Hanks of MioHachuetts,
over the corpulency of which Mr.
Rlaine grows so enthusiastic. Re
public WHAT class of iople is benelltted
by a protective turilt F That is easily
answered and any ponton with com
mon scuse can answer iu The pro
ducers of the protected articles. Can
anything be caier understood than
that This brings up another uuea-
tiou. What clans of jjoplo pay th.it
protectiour the cousumersof the pro
tie ted articles, ot course. Now theu
the beauties of this system of p rot tac
tion to American industry the repuu-
iicaus Uke such strong ground in fa
. Vr tA, can be readily -n when we
tall you that there are only ftw thou-
' and men engaged, as propnetorj and
' fcentticlarie, in the manufacture of
protected articles, while mors than
bfty millions of American people are
consumers, end are called on anuuaJh
to pay thousands of milium as tribute
to these protected manufacturers. The
protective system is a monstrous rob.
. bery of the gr-t dim of the people
lor tie sole benefit of a few manufact
urers, and why the farmers aa a whojf,
cannot see ttii is something incom
prehensible. Coder the laws the re
publicans have forced ou (be puople
and by their majority in the I'mtud
muice Oc-uatu keps m foi
inu inriuer is compelled to
,.. sell wjmt tie raises m the cheapest
luurkeU of tiie wrld. and pay a bouus
oi im r cent, on wtjat guoo's be is
couijH.-lle4 to buy is it any wonder
tii at the farms in this country are
mortgaged aud the farmers are getting
JoorvJ every year.
The Nalional Hatik are tbr eren
Hire and pets ol the republican. Tin
law by which the were cslabliheil
m pRsaed by' a republican emigre
and signed by a republican prcsMinl
Te liw allowin; thrm to exteiot
their charters for twenty ears nfiei
pvpiration was p.w:. by a republican
congress and signed by ft republican.
The Uw b- which National Hanks nn
leslgnated and used by the govern
ment as a depository o! put.l.r innu
was passed by a repuplieati nnigres
and hrst ued by John Shermin, a n-
ted, bloody shirt republican, as a rr
ecptlele for public funds, in order I"
prevent a stringency iu the mom
market, and that too at a time when
there were plenty ef government Urnd
due. subject to call by the Meretan.
These thing nil being a matter of
record, and all these laws having been
passed and In force, loru tefore Con
gressman Hockery' Hrst tenn in con
vrress tH'gan, wt would ak the rditoi
of the Kingtm Times, why he allows
his columns to be used by a disap
pointed ortice eeVer. to charge that
Porkery i" rpsponiblc for all these
things. Are bis reader so devoid ot
intelKgence. that they do not know
that the National Hanks were estab
lished by the republicans when iVck
ory was a mere boy, and whaUv?r ai l
and encouracement they have received
in the past, has been solely from the
republican party. If the readers of
the Times are so ignorant as to not
know these th:igs, we can truly ssy
Poor Old Caldwell comity.
The New York &un frays let the
bouse adopt the senate tariff bill. The
indications now are that the honsv
will have no opportunity to vote for
the measure, as the republican sena
tors introduced it simply to catch vo
ters and not with any real intention of
passing the measure through the sen
ate, so that the bouse could get a vote
on it- The republican senator arc
hopelessly divided on the tariff ques
tion, and this bill would not have been
reported, if a distinct understanding
bad not becu reached among the re
publicans, that it was not to be press
ed to a vote.
The law regulating the times for
holding circuit couu aiiuuM be "
changed as to give the judgo three
weeks for each term at this place.
( here is so much railroad litig.il ou in
(his county, that a two weeks term u
not long enough to get through the
The Kanpa City l imes sa e:uili-
date Kimball is beautifully tjiialituil
to adorn obscurity. Several who he aid
him speak here on i uesday, Ia.nl. are
of the same opinion. He haj Utier
remain cow coroner for the Missouri
Pacific railway, a position for which
he has some ualiticatioiitf. There u
nolhing alout him to ie.ommend him
St. Iauus Kepublic: IImii. JaeoU T.
Child, American miuister toSiam, now
in Missouri on leave of absence, con
iirui'i the Republic's n-cetit staU iikmh
'd the entire loss of the coat tr:ule ol
Asia to our Faciuc SIojk, and a'ree?
with us that under a proper policy of
export and import our Wet-tern Slope
would be more thau a match for either
England or Germany. There is no
possible doubt that it Is on this trade
that the Pacilic Slope must chiefly de
pend for its future commercial great
ness. It is at a diaivantage in com
peting with the at in the Home
Market, but it has a decideu ada:ita-e
in situation over Kurope ;.nd Ka-iU-rn
America in com h-ting for the tr.ide of
Uie Pacific Iland and the Knstern
ooas. of Asia, even of the British pos
sessions. The services of men of stirb
intelligence and experience as Co"
Child possesses are alwas valuable in
our diplomatic service, but they would
be far more valuable if we were not -o
hampered and tied dow n commercial!
that we can take no commercial ad
vantage of them. Instead of being a
mere missionary station for America,
Siam ought to be a commercial tribu
tary of the Tactile Slope, sending
millions to San Kiancisco everv vear
in return for American product.
A good rain Sunday. Farmers are
through sowing wheat in ihia section.
Mrs. i rice McCuislian who ha t-een
visiiingat Wni. Graham's returned to
her home near Milivillt Thuratla.
Air. lick Lmviile and wife. Misses ll:i
and Salhe Hales uf Hichmoud bih
Saturday and Sunday week visiting
the family of Heurv Owens neur tin.
place. Mrs. lorn Uayter whohas lieti;
UMting relatives near this place fa a
returned to her home at Polo. Ndo
mon Alspaugh and wify Martin t oii
tuan aud w ife aud Sirs. Jessie Coflttian
are visiting relatives at Lancaster.
ihio. M:ss eJ!ie HiM of Millville is
the guest of theMisaes (irahaiu. Miti.
Ciara Plint is vioitiu" relatives at K jii-
as City. lavid Voomay Jr. John
Miller aud Miss Minnie Mulker all of
l inney 's (irove are attending school at
Avalon College this winter. MissSal-
ne retrce of the same place is attend
ing school at Law son. Jake Coll man
is Ouiiding a neat residence eat of this
place, (iuorge AUpaugh has the ad
dition to his dwelling almost comple
ted. Mr. Cheek is building an at di
tion to his dwelling near this place.
Mrs. Wm Grilling and daughter who
nave been ijuite sick are convaletcii)g.
Mrs. Susan is ipiite sick. Miss iaiinTt
Pviiee of Tiuuey's Gruvo spent iat
week visitiDir relatives near this place
Miss Carrie itoler is spending several
weeks with her sister Mrs. Heury Hat
held of Polo John Kiddie who is
leaching at the Schuu school hotise
aear Hravmer suent Saiurdav ami
auuday among his muy fritnds near
mis place. JoLn liuruet has rented a
isrm near Uiis place aud sasheis
glad leap year is so near past! Rob
ert Walker has mcved from Lathrop
to the widow Noviss farm near this
place. To.. Slat . 4-t t re.din l from
the Jayhaw ker state aud reports ven
fine crops in Nice county, llavid
loomay jr. had a good colt killed by
lihtutug last week. Henry Alspaugh
has moved to Polo aud will euce in
the grocery buuess. Marvin Nickels
from the south part of 'lie Mate i vi.
itingat ir. Uievius. A. unit Wil
liam Riddle left for Kansas Mondav
week. 1 hey will be gone a eon pie of
waehs- neverenas neiuiioia anil Hit
ner are holdmtc a series of meetinifn at
Little Union east of this place. John
riatneia oi jinueys drove, tias hen
f ran ted a jwusion. The Rose Vallev
itersry soeietv ciosed last Saturday
evening at the Tooroay school house.
rroi. i,oeanert zeciurea at ew Hope
ehurch last Saturday evening. John
Feile and wife returned lat week
after an extended visit to Genu run
and their many friends urn lad to
welcome them to tueir aloplet l-ouii-try.
Married atChillieothee, Mo., Oct.
I at Thomas AH'Bi own and Mt n. Marv
K. Shields all of 'linney's Gro l-.
liieil at her huiue near this place Sept.
Il'IU IH'nX, Cora, youngest daughter of
iieary and Mary Salr aged M yeais.
Her remains were laid to rest iu the
Little L'nion cemetery. The funeral
was preached by Rev. Hitmer of Black
NEWS OF TJitt WEVAL
Qlesmed by Telcsrnph and Malt
In thi s. iitH ni Hip li'ili n miH.I'r of
f..ii"i"in -rf lftnirlniil nnA iii)in,i.il himt
WtiK-fi Ihi ti;t in ih- wttlnw i i Im r .(uillcf.
Wmtf !'.' In inure ol ti vi'nr ,ilnrv,
mss k n up nml pnsf.l. Two ulh- r tuil ol :t
hTal nwlitre . rr pi-l h-ihb Dip Turin I'lll
wm iHWrn up nml rttrlor MtHo mlilr'sfit llm
ft, fislr in ii'.i-.iln-n lo On' S-'inlf ulfttlnle
AOhinrtn-l '1 !n- S 1 -m itr.--t t.i lh- eonffr
nw n-p.Tt oi, iht- l.-iii M i;i-r bin, kIi ifli ill
V-.'t nl nil noprnrrinittHi lull: nhn th' r!i
fntifi rrp-.n tn 0;,- hill ?nvii'w the nutil ul
wny In a rmlroiut through On- Viinkton H'mtvi
lln. mul (tt)timel until Krulsv
Th St'tinti- on Ihr 11th pnseilthe lbut.t
h'll appmpriatinfr .'iO,'i lor Itic I'tiforf'tiu ut of
Ihi'i -hi ." bill S-n-trtr Mto hfll ml Iri
ihr Si tiitte on 111 inn lo mlucf li-lh-r pttuvr
!o nnf r nt hti.I whi n Ihr Tariff bill wilt t;k-n
up senator Cnllotn rth' I'lnlt S'Vio in fmorot
It AUjit'jrti'-tl Tlic Htnisr wad not iu seo-
H-f' nflor ncetinn on the 11 h tho S-'ti
lr n-tuntl -iisiilr,ti.iii nf ill- I'.irill lull
sntl f niitor i'Iiiht tviittnin'it hl n'tnark. AT
irr n iu.('iirj( bv Si'imt'ir Hilph n- t" ihf turt !T
i roiil situt a ivplv bv rtfn'ir Alliaon tbut eil
lt-W h(n rw,-ii plitcc.l en thr fr HM -broii -h
miMsko. anil ihr Uiirntu'n i to ntt'.kr till mul
Pav m tlutv of wi-iiU -Ilvf wills p r Ion
f.'nlor i VI 'lurffil IlK- Sriint. Mill
fienntor M.m !"j ih'-'irM It a uniu't"-nrv to
furl Oit ilii".i thf tunff itl tin ttnit- K'Virnl
p ni'f n port w--r rt.rfctl to nml tin H--u
at stljourncd until Mnnlsv .. Atlr inrrt-pinn
toons or to mufsrt'riof n'porl. on tx-itor to
retire iirnriil lieftnton wiih Oit1 runk of
Msjit. thf Hi'ut -nt 1 to cvnmnt Ire nf the
Wbolf upon tlio Prtvten f:'tnlr. Th point
ol no qiioritn n ramtl urn) tliv Huuw 1-)piirT-e.I
Ths Hnsts on the IMlt pt t ihc Ri-t
Turiy is Itwiiitwr tor nfiiiu( thr t'lskm
Psc'flr Vuntlintr bill. A lively lilt took plat
bfiwfn Hipsters HI lr ami Ox hrvil a to
th rhrcier of Mury Ann Itn'it-riv. tin sp
pluaiit for a pM'nil p"'n''n unit tin
bill tor who- rrlisf ttie I'nvleut hal
wtoHl. fvpTl uniin port ant bill pwl.
Tb sdjotimm! i-rtt q'H-Mion s br'i ttv ti
fusd. viiva itpbiits on the TuttfT bit! a re
iitnwt and rootinnrd until a ;.nruinent ...In
th Houe. Mr. Whot-lsr 'AU of!cr-t a rro
Intton Id rirsnt the tsnfT. which wt r
frfd M1". (Hi1 nff'TWt a no!i.tton for art
jonrnrapTit bich w-tit ovr oti day. The mo
tion lo tabic thi- riH'otiii-tfMfon ot the rote on
Hie lrei.lenilal fount bill wa s-iopted, anJ
the Houtc soon s(S;"unutl.
PFRHOXAL AND TOMTirAU
Hos. JtvtH (I. Bi.Atxa upofcn to an lm
mni audipnco at Indiannjuiil. lint., on
ths sTenintr nf the 11th. Thre mm great
pura-l and liemoiutratlon previou-4 to the
Sir M itiRT L MArirttriK, tho Ent;1ith
rarRnonof the 1st" Knijwror Freilenrk of
Ofrmanr. In his Nxk on the rae hi allies
lr fWrgmann. of Berlin, a the caue of
Uie KmiM-ror's early iniio.
The lnter-Srate rnmni-ive Ommiiion
has requite! a ronff-rencs with t hair mn n
Leedt, of the Trnneuntiuentnl Awcit
ton and t'hairman Mtittfey, of the West
era Freight Aaooiaih-u, in regard to tlie
tariff!" wbn-h recently eallol forth rnieh
vitrorous protest fminChiengM rnerehant.
Tkmua-xv II MX has nnminatel A"hhel
F.tch to "on(fis from the Thirteenth
triet cf New York anlSuuset Cox from the
Thi report tltnt Hon stirs Flood had died
in (iernianv a denied Ititnr.
As anti-Bouiannit in--tinT In Parts on
the 12tb wan d turi-il tr K.iulnn:its and
a rttht enuid iu wtiicb tuony perKun
la the intrrvifw hetween Kuipeior Wil
liam and the Pt at liuru. the latter
pleaded f'-r a return vf hn tentiKirn! ov
ereifrnty. The Em-ftror replied t lint it
w.-utd le tettr instead if th. Foiw aided
tho having charge ot the conservation ol
NEii'TtATlttt have tut-n entered into t'V
the Utrnian reprtMMit at i iu Zatizdifu
with a it-w ot st-iliuif? tho tiitiVr'i'''ii
with the ttalivfn and nreveutuK further
Johs It. KXArr, preiid'nt uf tie Rreat
lumtr firm uf Knapp, Stnut & Co., died
at Men i ai i nee. Wis., re-utly "f eitncer of
the face, Hia weaitb wax placed at many
Advices from Samoa datl ()cto!er 2
tate that Maiu'toH's piii'tisann hud burned
Tamaiese's reulett- and wen' tje-ucgihtr
his adherents at Mutini p-int. The latter
were without food and water and the (ier
maus were then try ma to supply them.
U 1 HI' K IXA EO t S.
A Ma oki D ditpstfh sav there ha been
a rentwal ot the conflict it between Moniceo
and the I'n.tfd State. The laitr de
mands that thf authorities at Vvz In.' pun-ihe-i
fur t li- arret of the American
Consul's protege and that indemnity le
Tue Imttom of the Kolert B. f 'arson, an
Ohio river cattle Kteamboitt, collipied the
other night and the vesttel frnk near
EvaDsville. Ind. The crew escaped.
The Presulent hu vetoed a Senate bill
granting restoration of pen km to harsh
A. WKtbridKe on th Riounds that the
precedent outtht not tu be etahiihbfd of
granting a pennlou to a soldier's widow
after a remarriaK. when the. iecoud hus
band tiil surviTed.
Two men gaed tho night clrk in clinrfr?
of the pot-o!lb:e at Houstun, IVx., on the
morning of the l'iih and roblied the mail
poucbe, of how much waaunkiiowu.
A.oil ws'l ha bm struck near Find
lay, U., wh:ch er-lipse any thing in the
ijtorr of the Ohio held. It is estimated
to flow 9.uOo barrel per dav.
!owx had ?w fai!r n th- 11th.
The Hover Val ev Bank, of Woodbine, and
th C'a'dwe'l Hunk, at Log a a, ciosed their
C. C. Dsa!. private secretary of Major
John A. Adam, of L UJo Ito-.'k, Ark., has
gone U Canada bt,ause of detalcetioiis for
an unknown amount. He recently failed
in an attempt to kill hirnitlf.
At the intersection of the Walnut Hill
cable road and the Park avenue line of
borne cars. Cincinnati, recently, a col It don
occurred between cabin car M and 1'rk
avenue car .No. in, raj ted by the mabilitj
to work the tia'k In uke on the cable car.
There were aiout liu pa tenders on both
cars, but no ons was nerioualy injured.
Two Ik-ku not, on fr fl-VMj and an
other for M'J,'l", issued by abxeoudin
treamirer fio worth, of the HtntTord mills,
at Fall Uiver. Mitsit., have bet-n foun4
brn;in up h: defalcation tn .!-". rj kp.
A KEIiKT of yellow f-vor at (ireen Cove
BprinjfM, Fia.. has ben received at tlie
Marine Hospital bureau.
China adviret Klati that on tho niht of
Aug tint I'A a flood caufcud by wrest rains
Inundated twenty villaios, drowning more
than ten lbouaud perioiisund larce num
bers of an imais in the L'n LI Ho district.
HaWHi no. Oermany. linn ctuo'd to li
fro )rt and has become a nicmhor of the
Zollvereiu. hrem.-ti wdl nhurtiy follow
her exanipls and I h') last relic of the
Hanae-atic league wjli thus be removed.
Ci.earixo huue returns for the week
ended Ociol-r U tthowed an average in
crease of 'AA ci-iniand with the corrw
spondinjc w-k ol iiist ycir. In Haw Voik
the iu'.ieate was M.
Tfie President has retted the bill uuttmr
tiug th Secretary ot tiu Tica-i:ry to s
tie the -laitn of jBines M. Wilbur tor ex
tra work in laving the tiling in the .New
York i4t-ottii-s bu ldmir tn 171. Tun
claim amounted to about ri.Yoin.
TwESfTT-rivi persons were killed re
cently by an explosion of jrunjKiwder
in a village festival iu the province of
A WLocs of neveti-fttor? buildings In
Bucbunan streot awl a tliree-suiry block
oppkiie were deatroved by Hie in Olas
ftiw, Kcotlaud, oil the 11th. The loss was
The Chicago Ft rent ear strike ended on
the Hth, Mr, Verkt-s sgreeinx to pay an
advance of six jwr ei:jit. Mayor Jtorhe
was mainly inntrumental by bis untiring
txej-tions in bringing the irriketo au end.
AaiEKNor. Acting Conimi.n nr of the
General I.and-orri'.-e, hut received infortna
tioo of the conviction of tJharles E. Ji--acb
for suboriistiou of perjury In connet tiuii
uh the entry of ftT.oou acres of redwot.d
timber land in California estimated by one
of the interested parties to U worth ill,
The ooront-r's j iry in the tn- of Thoina
Warden, the coal opator k:i!ed bv strik
ing miners at Hetier, M. foun that hu
was slu.n by uuiftiown partiHi, iu sHf de
fense. Keports fiom tlie ni:iifof the Uth
showed a critical state of atTairs wuh
trouble certain if new men wet brought
A LA roe crai'k. due to improper collng,
has Wen diSCfJVeied in the steel t-iu post
ot the new vrmer It.tlt imore, h hu b was
recentlv launched at Philadelphia.
The Noi f m tfirnihaiu amt Chtviut Man.
Ufacturing Coinpanr, "t Wulpole, Miiih,,
hu aiKh"d vnih oo.'io lmtilm s uuii
unknown at. It stuiled lut l-ubiuiirv.
Ft KTUk.u luventigalioti of the toubb
tlisunteruu the Lehigh alloy rimd at Mud
Huo, Pa., put the blame u'n )ii uKcmuu
HanuiKun, win was sut back to tup
CiMk's train with a lantern, lno-ul .(
doing au h remained to Hut with kfon:
gitls ut the windows of the cars Mhich
Here eltwiwaid wreefct-d.
liv the misplueemeut of a swiu-h In the
station at Centou, Mass., the other moi ii.
lug. a Fall luvsr tram ran into a Middle'.
Jojfsinsuiasuihjfoui cars aud (klvih
nns through a foundry wall. No one wan
y.AWKtnAtt nntiv Imvn ntlnftrrwl find de.
stroyed Madunoloa, n tJermiin slntiou near
llT a eollisiott hotw eon n freinht and an
eitiicvant train m iit tlb tidlve, Mont., tliree
Indt-'s were bit llv Ii tit and much property
ttv the fall of n M l,..f tulldlnu in
(llusow. Scotbind, ter.-nlly J-..Ui,(HHI dntti
Hire whn dune,
The tttorv that (In tlctinan an i lor had
(Hen eaten by .aiixibir natives plove mi
founded. Tin-y w killed but II ot de
Co uTli Hi T-i M Cmti-irlt, Hpnrrclt
Hill and .b-hu V . t liil.b,'-. haw pur-elia-o'd
the N-luille I'l'itni.t AmtnraH
and HiM in-tko it a InrHT b'lorm aer.
Tine Tn a-un y liopartmcitt hn dorlded
that Imported tnmv Imitc etititnin ing
holiday pri-Kt-ntN which can Im used for
other purp"i thin at coverings for
nrt(i'b nmt pay tin tic of leo percent,
TilKHioin ehicfn interviewed Hecreiary
Vilns nt Wnhinlon mi (lit. l.'ith. Kitting
ItuM, John II rn t Mnd lb -at- nml other
chief explained llieii opinisition tit the
act opening their reservation.
Amirra frntn Java slate that a eon
spimey Hiinnt (lie ntcli reiideiit-i has
b.M-n diacovoied. Forty-two tf the ring
leaders In the movement Were arrested
and eleven other, who retlisfd to sur
render, were shut.
Hhhkrt lUvinnH. a unloiin paengfr
on the Htonmer KMnopin, lnm Oln-igitw, is
suppo'pil to have committed suicide by
jumping overloard, as be was not rteen
after tlie Uth. Ittvidou was a resident
Hmk valuable record In the astneht
division of the Internal He-venue llureau
a Washington were destroyed iy tire ine
other evening aed the matter Mas twins;
inveatlgsted. It m lielleved that the
lire wBit the rosult of an accident. Tin
papers can be retilacd.
The waietu.nses of tlio Htaudard Od
Onupany at Ihiiulh, Mum., caught fire
n-cently aud were consumed. toethr
with liJ.ihsi barrels of oil and an oil train
which bad juxt heou switched iu. Lous,
Apvicrs from Afghan'tan report that
In fight at Taslit urgnn fx) of the Ameer's
men and 1 (Ml rebvl wore among the killed
Ho. Joh.v Wkxtwokth. b -tter known
as "Long John. " a man well known as
nay man in the W set, died on the Ifitb.
Mr. Wentworth was one of Chicago's old
fit reideut and in his day wns mayor of
the city. Congressman and editor of the
principal daiiy paper. He as seveuty
three ears of fthe and nn north at least
The Legislature of Manitoba was form
ally prorogued on the liih. The Govern
ment anui-uuced the fonalu-oou of the
agreemeiit ith the Northern Fai die to
build into the Socrl ditttnet a new line, tu
be aided by a provlncinl guarantee of
bond to the extent of "i.'HM per mite.
MnvTtiiiVkKV. Aa., has rttniovvd her
quarantine reg-iilation againit ad points
In Aiabamn na-pl IV'catur and agaiust
llv (he explosion of the Indler of a trac
tiou engine on a f iim noith of Highland,
111., the engineer was killed and four oth
er terribly Injured.
Two hundred perton were killed hy the
explosion of the boilers of tho steamship
Viilede Calms at Calais, Fiauce, on the
A he utM's accident was n-portd at New
York on the morning uf the I Ttlu .caused
by a cuvu-iu of a tunnel on the Wet Whore
raKrond, near New Inn g. Several pas.teu
grv were said to la? killed.
'I he Snate on the Pith further dlscuseed
tht- (antr ipiestion. The Houe ronaidervd
tti adjournment rttolutiun, winch was
IKistponed. No taiines-i was accomplished;
fr want o( a quorum.
The boiler ol the mill of the Yp-ilanti
(Mich. ) Paper Company exploded the other
morning, iestantlv killing Fireman John
Hlawsou and injuring another fireman
named Frank hingi-r, iJatuae alwut
The Cameron, colliery nt Khanmkhi, Fa.,
owu-d by the Mineral Mining and Rail
way Company, of Philadelphia, was de
stroyed by lire the other morning. Loss
shout iT.'i.issi; injured. The colliery em
ployed about l,ooji men.
Jug JoiNEii, a negro, w-a lynched at
Hulto, near Taylor, Tex., recently. Joiner
attempted an UHHault upon a twelve-vear-oid
white girl and was arrested by the
sheriir. On the road to jaii a mob of
masked men seized the prisoner and
hanged him to a trne.
Ai.ered Oii.lam, a younger brother of
Bernard (iillam, the well known artist of
Jmi'jr, oud himself an aitit knowu to the
public as "Victor," cut his throat at his
home at Brooklyn, N. Y., the other night.
There were slight hoei of hit recovery.
, Uralu and 1'rovlalon.
Kam-a Crrr, Oct. 10.
Fitru-WesK; no Qn.ilatloas.
V, HKA t bt. niv ; No. a rcl. O;-toner. ?t.0
r.kt:4. D'-ecru'wr, Bfc bt.1. V.'e aneL Mt.y.
fl.nl'i bid, ll.'rt-n BsKfU. No S red, October.
'. uiikcJ. No, -i soft, cu-.li Si. iit bid, 1 U0
Sik-J;MV. Sl.'Sl tud. 'Mo bUt-l.
Umn-yuiet. N(,. v. yrtr. v(i-io bid, KOe
asked; My, Se b d. aiiit-d.
Oats No. s, cash, ilo asked; May, rc bid,
Hm-So biJi nnr offeriiiifi.
PiujnD'-a U'.itor ste.tlr; erentn-rv, faner.
flc; rood. JUjj fins dair' JOj: good to olioice,
ili.ilvO. tutiKa, rnuiHi oi
Pmoviskims ui'is it nrr cur o, (
oreaHfitt boorv 1 1 .-4c : '"M bel -'t j. com
Hb sidt dmoM- ). 'tis long ee4r s''i
fbJrt. thoflidara, 9'fi. su-.n e"-- at lt, 9 t
messporg. I'Vii. tierco lard. Ti
CATTi.r Firm: eo an-l smpplnir.
i b. ow, tl.Tjii; stociiers aud Itcders.
SHBKP Active; a at ( & H 4).
Boos Let wit, packing aud sLippiug, I U W 1
90; llttlit, (4 ,U it.
H-r I.oi t-i. Ot t IS
Ftira !..wor; XXX. H tn-r.iXn. (iiui.iy.
H." '4 10. eU.aee. fnffy. K" frj.iV
Wiisat l-ott.-r; No. t rv.A .-ti, Si si ,; !
i-emtM-r. 11 ii",al 11; May, 1 Mi t tl.U tv.
Cokn Lower; No i) t -ah. s tsc ctA
ter. i'r; Novetntur. ;i"c; Mi. W 'I'Wa.
OAT-bU.-dy; No. 4 canU, . t i-c; Msy.
itrr I.ewi-r: S. iwii. ,v.'o.
Piioihh; bu i it-r. tirni ; cn-tnry, SO
dairy, l-itl-. t.jirt, firm t H'c.
PmifiKiiiM-Pork. II .&i. l.ard, prime swam,
nomtnally t IB. Ury sail 'nuats. shoulders,
S"..o. iuns uLd nl), ) Ti. Uatns. I11.&J
WnrsET-ftteady at SI 14.
Cattle Hlow ; choice h"svy native staeei,
t,Y'Nir!.Yiin; fir to good, Un?,.-M, butcliors',
ta i 4 V).
Bhep ftU'iidy: fair to choice. n?H 4lt
Boos Higher; rlni.tc lieitw and huttuers'
seluciions, th.yA'i'i; pru kinx b.Jixu ld.
Chicago Oil. 19.
W liKl r llc;tvy uni lower; Vo. t sprieg,
!!.(''' 1 "V, No. I spring, Kj'iMi No. t red,
VAtnu Weak; Net.
Oats uiel; No. U, WH ,
Kri-Su. ;. .V,c.
liAiti.KV No. i, firm.
Faunuca Kutinr. nnehuiied; F.lfo -feam.
T', Kic:'' ; fhoio WiV.-m, W ; clr.lOS
dairy, K f(.lbc; eonuuon lo fair, ISloc. Ka,
steady at ltuin c.
FHOV1SIOIS iltJM prtfiT, 5,011. ,r1, Vj.ixi
Short no sides io O. J.. u salted iliouiU
ers. bofed. ' h '5- fhorl o.ear sides,
WHieur Aiisi'liees' Sniatie 1 ono4a l t
Cati e- Meaiiy; beeves: V14 : s'.eers,
Si li''t'i .Hi; i cto.-n and U uderi, II 'jOf,) m.
busse-Lowtr; hittivt, . oj lum),
Boo Hiplier; mtxod, &. 06; heavy,
Ni w Vokk fVt. 1.
Futrn -Iower; winter wt.-m. low giadr.
ta.'-'ni. -;T,, fior to taut, l lost. ,3.
Wiisa r-Lowt-r; No. w red. VI.(S'1 't4l
No. .i r l. Il hi ; utmrailcd n-A, ll.'(iriiM
No, white. Si.i -(.Mo. No ret, OiUU-r,
l "7; Ueimbor, l.,"fc'al.J.i; Muy, ii.UU(k
Ci im Fair! Y ai l !Vk ; No. 3. M 14 " Sic ; UQ
frdHd mix-'d llo.J ,e. No. V tiH-:, i-Jc.
I Ai l,o i-r. No. 4 while, ob 4 i'jj (.' , Ulikud
wt-u rn. ni-4 'llv, c.
HVK K.nu: wttbtcru 'li tilr.
P.tooi'i'K Hjt: r, fair iifm;iii-1 , ett-ra
iliiirv. VMitic; do cn-uinerv, Hiir,. Lks,
0 r tn . wt'Dtcrii. W-tiJ'i1.
I'HOVini-l'.,rH.. d'lli . tnes. tl'l.r. HZ.TX
'.'ut Uj.i. hti-adv; Huddle-,, it-al. l.ard,
vaster, wi Bt. ru so n, j( .'; nn. Siii.
CAri,s bfjw ; poor Vo striouy pnuif steurs
tVt Ibui T.V
Knssr--Hull at ?, -rMt S'i; Uwibs, fc HbCtf
Hous Lower at to 't't.
au.Wrtry of (he I aruitr Hevlew nf tli
I inlllliU of 4 ni.fc.
CltlCAoa 4 let 'I he I'.iioMing crop
stimiiiai'v w ill appear iti this -a i-ik's e.li
tloll o th., t-!t wrr' I(rct.,r: ' ), h(JJ-t.
iih' hi tin? vtii.ut crop uf 1-. 11 dm-not
only to decreased a,:iwul;f), (ut aiu to
dwajif lr.ii.j .uii..u taii-i- in Olno
'"'' -aoiI.-i kilisie; and iu-i; iu
1 ml .una In. m w itiu i killing, chinch
bu;: and. lii;hiiy. from ool; in
lllo.ois, puMi p.i.iv Oom itit -r kdlmg,
Ii it and i loiu h Luk, t Hough lionm cmtu
tit report Ioks (iohi diougut and nut; in
Iowa li om ehiucli Lu.s, two counties re
porting a total iota from this cause, a. so
considerable tUmnije fiom rust In Mb hi
gun a tuiifdt)jb,e portion winter killed,
" ' " -Ulsj
ftiit nntrrthtnnilinrT tnt uie t ... n...
atwmt eiptal to th.il ol l.-t year; Ihf
Wlait initl crop hi IT red ciodernblv troin
chinch Itttgs nnd sme fi m nut and h.d
wefilhert in Mi'hmiii t hno h bug mi l wt
woalherat the tiitineiid nf t -t iMt-vi-nting
ran sod oon-oilnrntiit' tin; m Mnux-ota
the hlef o nn front rhttich
bug, two tinittt -' ii porting a total
lo, and in nm rn-m t let t he
Injury was ramo-d bv le-f w ind. lit Jitlv.
In I inkota the ui-entcut w tt-. en mod itv
bid wind. Although t-ail fto.t rut ofT a
wtrtlon ot the crop. In Kansas little dam
age, was solp;ticd fnn any enuse and tlie
crop In therefore very much larger If. in
Ibat of lat ve-r. Nebra-Vn. K nlttcky
and Iowa alo show an inerea-ot,"
f'nt iHiwn ftn Ihr attt-j IV.
Toi'kka, Kan., ti-t. li, -Did r wte
given yeterdny bv Urnei nl Suoei intend
ont Hands l the seperinlfti'lfiit nml
heatl of the nteclianical ti") nel inent tvf
IheHant-a Fe to wince the workm? hours
HI pr rent, at once. "1 he reilticiion Is
made by cutting olT one In ur ea-h dnv and
a half day Haturday, runking II re dnv -tin
the week InsUad of i.t. Thi or-b r aiTect
lu.rtm men. Il ha been the cuKm every
winter to cut down the numtr of wot king
hours, lait ft Is itomrarlter than usual th:s
year. The fact that the nmd ba not been
profitably operated during the past yeans
the cause of the reduction. Tne rompany
is emitting down expenses in every way
possible in order to make a more favorable
showing when the next dividend i de
clared. A reduction of pi per cent In the
pay roll of themeehanleal department will
amount to about a week.
Kilted hy ".liner.
llRVtail, Mo Oct. 13, At ! oVbwk
yesterday aftenioon Thoina Wanlell, a
V"J" ,v."ItJ.y imxi iter and tun I opera
tor tf this countv. wa shot and lntnlltIy
killed by a numl-er of striking minor on
the main street of llevier, just ojiposito the
The (mmetliate caii.e of the murder was
the strike prevailing at Hevier for the la ,t
month anil the attempt of the operators to
All their mines with men front Chicago.
All the operators had gone into the ar
rangement, but the timt men who arrived
were to be placed at work (n WaniclPa
mine, hence the bitterness of the men
Ban FaANfiHro, tet. l't. A decMon wns
rendered by Judge Kawyer in the Ciiit-d
State Circuit Court yekterday np -n two
test cases under the nf. Cbtns F.tcIu-
sion art. Tne court aftlrni the constitu
tionality of the act nnd hold that all
Chinese now in the barber as wn!t e those
on the way here from China must be tent
Sc00!tl0 S Winter Wraps-Oh Mj !
The talk of all the town!
Their Qualities are Hay up Irli.
Their l'rices are wiy d .i,!
In Beaver, Astrachau or l'lush,
In .Short Wraps or la Lor?,
Come get your choice bofore the rush.
They're "Selling for a Sjng!"
For Honest Goods and Nobby Style.
You'll flod ns in the van. -Heed
not the Speeches that brguil.
But save your Vush'. Y.ut m i
Our Broadcloths, Henri
etta &nd Plushes are jus-t i
hand, and we open the fall
campaign with a handsome
lino nf these goods in all the
newest fhades, at "Fair prices
fur fine Goods." 1-ook at our
40 inch i)k finished Henrietta
for COc, or our 45 inih one, 11
gem at Too., or one oU ineh
liroadcloth in 10 different eol
or, and all the latest at $l.v.'o.
Thete valaes are away under
the market and we know it.
Ladies, come and select
your new coatume from the
beautiful Press (jouds stuck
now ready at McDonald
N'l It h tiK AhMI.Mal 1( V 1 1 1 N t lienti
giv. n tt.t blli-rs d ;i 1 f I. nittraHon n.n
been KTS'iteal lo t(tr tiii'lftSVM-il lit Hi- in.iii,,:
court ol luy i-onniy. Uit-oun, 011 ii e e.iti'.e ot
WM. M. lUAl,ti , Oft -Htd,
date itiril ib )ne;
Ab inrtie haslllif trlilm sin-t 1 r-1:i
aif n ijuiri'il tu t h 1 1 ' 1 11.1 "i iii- .(..um at. 1 .
wiiltlti one fr from time , k . , 1 r 1
tbe iuav Le irt' iuii'tl Iiomi hiMi,ifi. 1, fin-1
Ut htt rlf Mini il Will II I'I.iIHk uli' lit. I pl'i
M-ril. it Hllhiu lAt jero ll. -lull . r.,p,-,,.r j,
burred. dl.t. h M' I 1 I.e.
VUlKKtf AIMllMh'lliAt.uN is Iirreh)
" glten Mlirtl UlOTn ol 'I fttanii lit.Ti have
been j;ratil-l thf iirulrrigni- I J v ( In' 'toIi;i 1
euurtot Ka (OU ity, iluwont I. nn 1;,- tnlatc ol
H1ICAM I'. bhlii.K ... d.
dated Ot tober 1, Un,
All paillen haln.' t'lsliiin ;:;uit f L . eviatc
are re., tirt-u to i-moou tin-in ir c.
111 one i at Iom iluie 0 s,ul U r II
nisoe ir.-cli,ilt-il innu li.ivu-,: t,,. . 1 n ,,f
S.iiU est tit- iwk! II hi ii'ii rum,-. ,irr i. 1 -y - , ,
Hi I lit I) t WO JM-ll ' U.t-V II, l, l-r- 1. I 1-1 , I I.
i 4 J ' A S J I I. I, M 1 I 1. 1.. I,.. ,w.,
t.j. li. l-..ul....ly. Ilit.l
S'."ll C'"'V"I fir t '""!
M.nul u Hirer itt
BOOTS a SHOES,
I U lill N
jj-uiNtrs, Mow, WkUi.d, Vvrt N, U,
'' J,i m JA
"One Iimt Please"
I'.eforo purchasing' yoiif goodn for tho coining Fall and "Winter
seasons. Ae would kindly ask you to look through our lines, or
would at any t ime be pleased to mall you samples lor comparison,
ash'ttrlng' you that it will bo to your interest, to do so.
J.C. BH-0W1T RfJEECAUTILE CO-
C c sh Dealers; IntlDry Coods, Cloth;ng. Boots, Shoes &, Croc's.
RIOHMOIMD. - JMLO.
E. H. WILLIAMS
Successor to McCARTY & CO.
Will continue the business at
the old stand inthe P.O. Room.
I am cons tint
!y adding cw
Goods to my stock
ELRY and SIL-VERWARE.
A share of public patronage
solicited, satisiaction guaranteed.
E R WILLIAMS,
1 would reBpectl'ully tniorui the 1'uldic in general
that 1 am Still at the Old Stand
SOUTH Olc- PUBLIC SQAKE
Where I am prepared to furnish You
DRY GOODS, NOTION'S,
FURN ISIIING ROODS. BOOTS. SHOES
at tho Very Lowest PRICES for Sl'OT CASH.
I return thanks for your past liberal patronag and by
Fa ir Dealing, Low Tries and
merit a continuance of tho same. Yours Truly
T. &. BALLARD
.1 in a "r" v "n
Wholcsiile and lletail Dcak r In Beer, Wine and Liquors,
Wu would respectfully an.iounce to the public that
we have bought out tho old firm of W. D. Rico &
Sun and will be pleased to meet all the old patrons,
'e shall retain the reputation
fi1 ha t1851
Full Line of Groceries
MINI: HS TOOLS, A Sjteclalty.
Trusting to meet you at the Old Quarters, We remain
J. W. GREEN & CO.
Heady for B
Opeiiei Their New StoreTMs Weet
M THE GRANDEST
MiMen's Furnishing Goods
Ono door west of the Hughes Bank.
I THE LOWEST j
work entrusted to
my care, will be
neatly and prom p
ly attended to.
Honest Made Goods, I hope
Led astray and
trapped, because he
did not buy his Liq
uors of A. Geyer
of tho old firm.
of all kind,
I SI VI E !
6f an Election to Submit (ho Ques
tion of Ki'MiiiiniiiK Swiut',
Mmm'P nml (innts From
ltiiniilii ut Karr.
NO'I K'K hervl'V eivrn thai nt the
September Term. A. 1. IHsh, of the
Knv (.'oiinlv Court, upon a petition pre
sented, niiMMl hy tint rfjuistite nnnilHT
of hotiHchohtei'.H of H:ty eonnty. Hit
onler was imnle, lv suit! Court, mib-
mittint: to tlie juitliliel voters of said
county of Uny, ut the gi'tiurtil t'K.'Ction
ut ou item on
TUKSIUV, NOVKMlil Umti. Ihhh,
tlio tjuestion of n'Htruiiiin Swine,
Sheep antliicintM Iron) rtimiin)j nt litrjre
in Btiitl county, as prDYiilml for in nn
ant, entitled: "An act to restrain l)o
tuoMtic nnimalK from running at large,'
approved Aiareii 4i in, iv.
It was further ordereJ that notice of
i:iid election be given, tu required by
W. K. lUX(i(),
41-8w County Clerk.
Of an KliTllon toSuhmll tlie Ques
tlon or llcsT.ilnintr SUcrp and
hwlnp From liuimiiii; at
Large in knowille
Norit K in heruliy tfiven that at the
ScpteinDer Term, A. li. 1WN ol the
Kay i'ouutv Court, tiimn a petition..
presented, Mjjneii by the reipMwite num
ber 01 house 11 olden oi iuovtiie town
ship, an order wiu made by the said
court, subniitiing lo the tpiulitied votei
of said township oi hno.xviiio, in uay
county, Aiiftflouri. at tne general elec
tlon to be held on
TUESDAY, XOVEMIIKR Uth, 18H8
the tuestion of reKtniininp swine and
sheep from running; at lttage in said
township, as provitled for uuder the
uroviMions of an act, entitlett: 'An act
to restrain Domestic anitu from run-
nine at lance, appro veil March 27th,
hk;1, anl ametitlcd bv au act approved
March Hist, 1 and further amend
ed bvan acti pnroved March 10th, iH7,
It was further ordered that notice of
said election bo given aa required by
Attest: W. E. KIXGO,
41-Sw 1 on uiy Clerk.
Ely's Cream Balm
Clonnnea the Nasal Pamaeoa. Al
laya Inflammation. Uoals tho Soroa.
Roatoros tho tioiooB ol Taste, BiuuU
A varlrllBltplird tBtaanHmMtrll m4
l.tl. F.I.YIiUCF'lllKtt.'.MWarTm M.Si-wYfc
NOTICE OF Al'MI NINTH ATION Is benhy
Ktven Uiat leitmor srimlnlfttrntlon bnw
been EranOHl tt timlfniiiintl ly tht Drotmt;
court oi tuty touiit) , Jinvi.in, on me esiie ui
W. r. CLLLL.N.Uec'd
dftts October t,
AllttArtlrs hsTlnit rlaitus Bnlnnt sMd eststf
sth reuuired tu t;itnt)it tti-ni l.jr ailuviiiin'. Hitli-
In on fw iroin tlitte of al(l lpt'rrs.nr Uiey may
be prectudett (nun Iisviiik nif benetlt ttf sstti
fsUie.stid II sut-n riKMtiartni iiresntwi wiUi
In two yuan Uiey shall bt1 lrf ver acbwrtnl.
4M J. O. CL'LLKN, AdmY
QREAT pER VE TOftlfJ
POSITIVE CURE 5 DYSPEPSIA
lls not an slwhollc IxfTeTsjre, nor can UCt
Lbe used ss smJi - j
sr xm eoxcrsacs or i
PURIFIED ACID PHOSPHATE.
gTvti uvivt) sn.J bous tiMtl.
L 1 M O N J U I C E, ni urs 's gntntest rrmf-dy.
TINCTURE OF OALMU8 ROOTS.
UistrsujfUiun Uts iliKilv orgsus.
SYRUP And retttstltnyt stxl dltattMl ;IWr,
snJ thla In qusmhy enly, to hold tbs
prspsrstiun In suluuon sutl to t)Ksu( all
cliiuaucsl flt-fis ou sum.
PH0SPHAT1C LEMON RYE C0.,St. Loaij, Uo,
ask vrjua oauoaisT for rr.
Atfcut lor Kuy CJuuuty
The anova illuatratiou represents a
Btunin niiller thin i. ... ,
" r r .-iini i uwieu
ItiMt U4II noiinn. .iti the en.l ... .1
erwlllalowly but surly niiae a Uui.
Thousands ol acres iu Ky County
are yet to lie cleared and the value ot
this invention, can hardly l,e estimated.
nave a sunup puller at work at
Col. itirhard Cleveugers. ot i'uhiug
Keud for Circulars An., enclosing
tamp to Wiu.ia.it FKitm J.HON,
fi m W V
Da. a a kkt,
J EO BALL,
Attorney at Law,
Alp Prnneenr'.nf AHorn.y of Wf
eontily. Oitlre In court hourto. Bu,i.
aH promptly atlen'lrtl to.
J W. SHOTS JiLL,
Attorney at Lfiw,
RICHMOND, HO. '
Will attend promptly to all hiiflnen
strutted to hi. care. Uffir ta bullUlnf
outh ot the Democrat ofhoe.
J ft, HAMILTON,
Attorney at Law,
RICHMOND, MO, I
Will fiat lie In all thoCnurti nftht
totifity ai.a circuit. Hpfclal attrntloa
CmukkeouaaUuBa, UUloa u IM ooun
ittsncTi d Law ul Nitiriu ratllc
Will Dractlra la all tba court, of KT.
Special attonUon ginn to eollrctiona.
OOlca BpiUlia. to tfoora aaat 1 taa
r. h R. E. ESTEB,
Attorneys st Law
sad Notary Publio,
WlllaTM ta alt ta Itifl Alllrta.
Lae.l fcu.ta M.tuaM o with trotnp'Mf.
FARRIS It MORTON,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practlca la all lha Cnurta nf tin
tat. Dili outhat corner cquaia,
apiulra. Wait af Wu.au Uoun.
II. C. GAltiNER.
Phyiietm mnd Surgtn,
Ofllea OTtr Ba Ou, Saririgl Bank
Eaat room a,
G. W. BUCHANAN, P.,
Offlot tw BTtn Bask. Keildenos
orDtr Houth snd Hbtw in 4-r.
HaTirjf addrd tha N,w Roller Prow.f
w ara now turning out a quality o
lour uniurpai.ad. Flour ezrhangna for
vkeat. Batlifarttoa (uarantaod.
J. R. HAMACHER it EDO.
(Qtu NftldennfTm-'i ld ittnd) Is th
bjIao to ft tn euj ihnre, a good thrum
poo or ft nat hair en Trr htm. i
Om oor aat of Hughs' Bank.
A Ht ot H nejwiHTH rilvltl. tl Into STAT
IVWHKCTIONS will be sent on apinleai i.iQ
Tot titMfl wbo want their nil vt-it Nine to iny,
wm can oiler no better nit'tlliitii lor tlmninuli mnj
fffwttve wnrk thitn tlie vartuus secti.tna of our
CA.CCri.4H A. I 1ST
ilK'i. l. K(H rLI,t n
Nawsitiiii-r Atlvtrtilni' Hiirnin,
It) nuiuctt streu', Sew VurK,
Dealer In Kentucky Whiskies, llran
dlea Ac. Would ask tha attention ol
the people of liar oout.tv, to the fill
lowing brand, of Bne liquors, sold at
the low pricee attached.
tarnra-w urtw i-n'iir
McBrajer Whisky 6 yeata old 84.00
Maytleid Whisky 4 years old a.5C
silver l reek Whisky 8 years old 2.50
Kine Ky. Bourbon years old i.QL
I'aria Uourbon 1 years old 1 .60
Virginia Apple Urandy 4 vil old 8 .60
All kln.l. ..f CaJifortiia Wines from
1 60 to $3.10.
AU goouaKuaratileed an rpreueitLed.
I buy my gooda direct from rllatillera
in Kentucky and I am thus enabled to
compete with Kansas City and bt.
tJooda airely boxed and seut nilli uo
charge for boxing.
Address or Call on
Cor. 1'ubllc square. Lexington. Mo.
uy.oii.Tino Biuiti pi.-n, oi rnuer
sex sired by Model Duke IxU.and out
my beat sows, for sale, l'rti-a wn.li
Ing to purohane Hrat-nlaas stock, at rea
sonable prices, are Invited to see my
John I, Mansur.
Farm alx iuIIhh north nf Ndrinimo
Carroll couuty, Mo. Uj-U '
(julckiMt and Must Utrtwl
Chicago, Burlington. Fort Madison
u., Aeokuk, Hannibal, Qumcy,
AND ALL POINTS ON
ceicaqo, mvsm i iakas kit
Farmlngton, Milton, IlloomlleM
Moultou, Mendota, I'nlonville, Milan,
Browning, Llnneus, Laclede,
II ale, Carrolltou
AND WAY STATIONS
Close couneotlons are made at LACLEDI
With trains of the
II. Ac NT. .1. it. it,
enabling passengers and freight to
reach all Mlnsourl River points,
KAMHAH SEW BEXIlO COI.OKAItO
and the hOl l li WEST.
This Is the Bekt laaeby which to reach
NT. FAIL, MINMAI'OI IS,
sflltlT LAKE and the M)ltH.HI:sr,
. and at iinrllniiliiii
makes close connection for
fJhU-uifo and ?JW A orl
and I he ATLANTIC SKAIIQAItU
Especially noted fur Faat Stock
Buns to CHICAGO
For lnformatinn BlMint .lta l'i.,.. .....
ton Hoi'TK,call ou agent or address.
V.ai.Lavay, Mowar I Eillult.
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