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Quick sales bave closed out Our largo Fall & win
tor consignment, but happily Our Manager has found
a full duplicate line of Fresh Hosiery, Underwear,
Boys and Gents Clothing, at Prices that will astonish
Si lm SI kii & Suta f SiilviT Co
Now In Effect.
tTntn fnrthsr etiftnn, tht trftln, wl'lurlT
Rail laprl follows :
Ko. 4, N-'W Tn-k t.lraluvt d.llr In
, p. m
ho. 1, I'aoiflo Kx. dally
0 -n . m.
Ho. 4 run through to North Lvxlnfrton,
Freight tuia'do notcuy pinKr-,
M TA1T, Asent
Coniumplion Surely Cured.
ToTiik KtnTnii--IMoKne Inform your
rondure that I havo a positive remedy
for tho ttbovn naniftd diseaso. liy iti
tiniuly tme thonnaniU of Impelcs eanos
havo Imcn trinanntly curod. I shall
be glad to send two bottles of my rem
edy froo to any of your renders who
kt have consumption if thoy will send
I mo tht'ir express and post otlice ad
" dri'Hs. Respectfully, T. A. Si.octM,
m. C, ltll Pearl t.. New York.
John Dillon Plays to on Immtnte Audlenco
Omiha Hun. Oct. 4lhi That Omaha
ii;w not forgot leu or grown tired but
ou the contrary is m much an admirer
of the initablo comedian, John Dillon,
as ever, was evinced by the immense
audience that greeted him at Boyd' a
last evenine, there being by actual
count over thirteen hundred people In
the house. Nor were they disappoint
cl. lie is the same irresistible fun
in a k or as wht'n he convulsed the con
tinent twenty years ago. The play
was a bright babbling comedy entitled
"Wanted, tho Earth," and surely any
manager willi Dillon ns his attraction
will get a l.-iristt slice of Omaha at any
John Dillon will appear at Mosbys1
Opera house on Saturday night, Dec. 1
Terrible snow storms wore reported
in the Eastern states last Sunday.
The dry cold weather of the aarly
wintor months Is productive of a great
'deal of croup among children. Mothers
should be on the lookout for it, and be
prepared to arrest it aa aeon as the
first symptoms appear. True croup
never eomea without a warning; a day
or two before the attack the child will
become hoarse, and that symptom Is
Boon followed by a peculiar rough
cough. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy Is given as soon aa this
hoarseness or cough appears, all
danger and anxiety may be avoided; it
has never failed, even fn the most
severe cases. There is no danger in
giving the Remedy for it contains no
injurious substance. For sale by all
WBLCK-DRAUGHT tea curta CoMllptUoB.
Backless Aral eft IMdv.
The boat salve In the world for cut,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
lores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corn and bkln eruptions; and positively
sures piles, or no pay required. It Is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 15 cents per
box. Hold by J. D. Taylor. S3-y
Rheumatism and Neuralgia cured In
1 to 8 daya for 75 cents by Detc boa's
"Mystic Cure." Do not Buffer and
waste money on other remedies. This
absolutely never falls. Hold by W. W.
Hot by & Son, Druggists. ft ly
Do Too Want m fit cm Unft-gy,
If so, go to Powell & Sons and you can
see goods that will astonish you, both
in quality, linish and price, fully guar
LocationJEor a Mil.
I have for sale a splendid location
for a mill, within four hundred feet cf
railroad, In Richmond. The Site con
tains about 1 acres of land and Is sup
plied with a hue NEVER FAILING
"KIXG, with volume sufficient to run
a mill of largo capacity.
I will sell the above at a reasonable
price and on favorable terms.
Riehmoud, Ho. .1. L- Kauris.
Try BLACK DRAUGHT tea tot Vj ipepti.
f Notcio of Brdige Lettings.
Notice Is hereby Riven, that I will, on Monday
Dec, ard, a' 10 o'clock A. M., at the bridge aita
let tho contract to build btone fieri (or new
brldiai at await wlek.
hpeciiuoatlout on file In office of Count)' Clerk
alter SovmuIkt the kotb, 188s.
B, L, BAY,
Is worth a thousand
theories." That oue
fact Is tills: for the
uretttest styles and
lowest llsrures in Car-
i pel s, yon a re hound to
SCO ALCJ lOXALDo U.18
play. Their new car
load Is at hand and
their mammoth car
1et room contains
the choicest gems
of the season in all
yrades. They have
Ingrains at UOc, and
1 loyal Y ('lvi'tsat!jH.50
leryard. A now car
pet will brighten up
the house wonderful
ly. Come at onco and
select one at
Mcdonald & sons.
av-WINC Of CARDUI, Tonic for Women.
It la your solemn duty to return
Elder N. B. Peeler preached at the
new Church of Christ last Sunday.
John McGraw au old cilizeu of Or
rick, died recently.
Mr. J. G. Moore, from the Taitsville
country, called yesterday to renew.
He was accompanied by his wife.
John W. Hubbell is out for a trip
through Kansas and Nebraska in con
nection with the coal business.
Buy the "S. S. He P." Men's Vine
Shoes- They are the latest style and
We again have our new Job press in
running order. The breaks were not
bad ones, but new castings had to be
The brick work on Boyd anil Vin-
sant'a new block was completed last
Thursday. Tho work was rushed in a
Mr. C Repine, auditor of tho St.
Louis, St. Joseph and Santa F Ry.
was here on Tuesday checking up the
books of our local agent.
Tho J. C Brown Mercantile Co., are
having their store front neatly repaint
ed. It is a tine building and this adds
much to its appeaniuce.
Our friend Geo. W. Settle of the
Orrick country, culled last week to
look after some legal advertising. He
also added his name to our Orriek list.
Mr. (too. W. Best, from Tuitsvillc,
accompanied by his wife und little
daughter called yesterday. Mr. Best
renewed fur another year and ordered
the Kansas City Times.
There is a little army of men now at
work at our depot putting in uew
aide track and repairing the iuad. It
won't be long until th will be a
double track to the Junction.
Nicer weather was never known in
this country than the third week in
November proved to be, and our me
chanics pro ti ted by it, as they made
every minute count, on tho new build
ings around town.
A. J. Botta says he la selling the
Wrought Iron Range for cooking,
cheaper than the company that are
peddling them in this county. You
had better look at Jock a range before
Don't fail to attend the entertain
ment, "Lost and Saved at the Opera
House, Deo. 7th. Admission, front
seats oO cts. no extra charge for re
serve, back seats 56 cts. children un
der 12 years of age, lets. Tickets for
sale next Tuesday at Mosby's.
We get a groat variety of reports
from the corn crop of Ray county,
which is now nearly all gathered in
aud housed. Some report an excel
lent crop, some fair, some medium
and many say it is very poor. It in
hard for a disinterested p:riy to make
up an opinion from the evidence.
Hon. John F. Morton, our worthy
young representative, who is ou the
committee to visit the charitable aud
educatioual institutions of the state,
made a Hying visit home on Friday
last, but left again that evening for
Nevada. lie had beuu to BoouvilJu
sad Warrens burg,
Henry Steele says it is mistake
aoout his receiving etuus of beer. It
is nothing but giuger alu. lUo same
kind a certain Richmond editor vailed
for In John Bohauou's saloon, over at
Lexington, when alteudiug the big
democratic blow out, juat before the
Home Couiioi't Wrought iron Range,
co nap lute witn li gallon copper re
servoir and 3b' pieces of ware, lor onl)
$50. For sale by
49-U A. J. Boits.
Election week wu did but little work
on our paper alleging thai wo were
badly ruitiud. Agum wu make a sim
ilar statement, ouiy election was not
a circumstance. e got married tine
week. HigginsviUo Aituucu.
We move that you be excused.
McELREt'S WIHE OF CAROUI for Weak Ncrvct.
Farm for hale,
I have 82 acres of land, well improv
ed, orchard and plenty of water.whleh
I will sell or trade with someone liv
ing east in a Dunkard neighborhood.
I live two and a half miles east of Rich
mond. (,97 -3m) Ku Si'iTYKiu
Marriage license bave been fssut d
in the last two weeks as follows:
Robert Conway and Emma M. Ellis,
Alexauder Gant and Bell Cunniughum,
Samuel Bell and Lucy Chew, W. A.
Tar water and Alice Roe, Lundun
Swoflard and Bertie Marsh, Geo.
Troxell and Jane Foust, Jacob L.
Coffman aud Luuy Wallace.
McElree's Wine of Cardul
and TMgpowP'S ei-acK.DHauqHj are
for sale by the lollowing merchants in
W. W. Mosby A Sous, Richmond.
Quiun A LawAou, Camden,
Dr. VV. D. Carpenter A (iM Fox,
J. W. Ui ey, UeurcevUle
R. V. hi waul. Haulm.
K. -V Folia. Hardin.
W. A. WilJiuti, Lexington Junction.
J. D. Gaul & Hun, Kiioxviiiu.
W, M. tj mi Jr., MiUvitle.
R. V. Wall, Morton.
Perdue A Leforgti, Orrick.
J, C. Stickle. Orriek.
J, (J. Clark, lUliurd.
S. H. Miller, Taltsville.
WUHaius ( owert, Titiuty'i Grove,
K, btuuu, Vibbard,
IN ! I
County court next Monday.
Now is the time to plant your holi
Dell Kndsley renewed on Saturday
last and has our thanks.
T. M. Harstook called last Saturday
and renewed until 1H10 Ho says he
wants to keep ahead.
J. A. Mayes of Knoxvillo, baa our
thanks for cash on subscription last
Tho Kangaroo lino shoo undo by
Smith, Simmons & Peabodv are beau
ties. Ak your merchant for them.
Mr. Charles Overman from near Ex
celsior Springs, called Saturday nnd
enlisted his name for the Dkmockat.
Mr. James J. Bellis from the Onick
country, called Saturday and renewed.
Mr. James M. Seek sent m an order
Satnrduy to have tho Dkmockat make
weekly calls on him for the coming
If you want to make a linal settle
ment at the January term of tne Pro
bate court you will have to get your
notice published next week.
"Lost and Saved" i tho name of the
Beautiful Dramatic Cantata to be giv
en at 'he Opera House on the night of
Dec. 7th by our home talent.
Wm. A. Oggfrom the Storm's school
hnu.e country was In town on Mon
day. He says Stant Li Hard and Lynch
Turner keep tip their debates.
Carpenters tell us the building boom
will be greater in Richmond next year,
than it was this year. If so it will be
a good one as more than one hundred
new houses have been pst up this year.
Recollect there will be Union servi
ees at tho Presbyterian church to-day
coamietiring at I0:.S0 A. M. Elder
G. P. Simmons, pastor of the Christian
Church will deliver the Thanksgiving
Our old friend Alexander Goocb
from near Orrick, renewed last week.
Ho says ho always pays for his paper
at tax-paying time. By the way he
says tho old men are beginning to feel
the weight of the heavy taxes in Ray,
and would like to have some relief.
When Mr. Edwards, our accommo
dating express ageut receives that
horse aud wagon, he will be better
prepared than ever to serve our peo
ple with a first class express sen-ice.
The Wells, Fargo Co. always try to do
what is right.
On Dec. 7th Jas. W. Burnett will
put in dry goods, boots and shoes,
over shoes, groceries, caps and gloves,
lard oil, coal oil, woodenware, tin
ware and all kinds of notions, at his
stand, two blocks east of depot.
W.J. Chaiublisis, editor of tho Hig
ginsville Advance and Miss Bettie
Campbell of that place were married
last week. May the smiles of good
Dame Fortune ever rest on the happy
con fie. The bridal preseuta were
numerous and costly.
An article in the St. Louis Chronicle
says the tight between the Dairy men
and the manufacturers of Oleomarga
rine and Butterino will foroo tho price
of genuine cow s butter up to a high
figure in the near future. If ao, butter
'makers will profit by It at tre expense
of butter usors. The object la to force
the sale of the artiiicial article.
A. J. Bolts, will save you from $11
to on Home Comfort Wrought
Iron Ranges, with 30 pieces of waro
from 10 to $j0. Call and be eni
vinced. A. J. Horra. 4'J-ti
On Hie first page of this paper will
bo found an article taken from the
ExeeNior Springs Times, arguing In
favor of that city, as a suitable place
for tho nextmeetiLg of the Missouri
Press Association. We copy the arti
cle just to say that we are in favor of
going buck to Pertlc Springs next year,
f.ir tho following reasons: It Is a
beautiful place, away from town or
c'ty, tho hotel accommodations are ex
ojllent, the charges only 91, 'Jo per day,
there are no saloons, drinking places
or liquor sold within one aud a half
miles of the hotel, and we found a gen
tlemanly and Hooommodating host to
look after our wants. What more
could we want?
A Woman's Despair,
Death would be preferable to this
awful diagging-down sensation and
aching beck," despairingly complain
ed a & i r.l i1 ring mother. "And the
worst of it is,' she added, "there
seems to be no cure for it." You are
mistaken," replied the sympathizing
neighbor to whom the sufferer com
plained. "I suffered for years just as
you do, and found no relief till my
physioian finally prescribed Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, which cured
me, and I havo ever been well, and
the wealth of India would not Induce
me to be without the remedy, if a like
allliction should return." "Favorite
Prescription" is the only medicine for
women, sold by druggists, under a
positive guarantee from tho manufact
urers, that it will give satisfaction in
every case, or money will bo refunded.
This guarantee has been printed ou
the bollle-wrapper, and faithfully car.
ried out for many years.
Dr. Piuroe's Pleiwuut Purgative Pel
letsgently laxative or aotlvely 0
IhurliQ ftucuriilng to duq.
Shot Gun Practice.
On Saturday evening last In Camden
Rend, about 10 miles south of town,
John Karris shot James W. Burnett
with a shot gun, Indicting wounds that
are not dangerous. Seventy-five small
shot struck Burnett on tho arm and Hi
in the side, Inflicting llesh wound. It
wan a family fuss, as wo hmrn rarri
ia a son of Burnett's wife by a former
marriage, and aa tho matter la to 1m-
ofllcially Investigated wo do not care
to givo any report of the particulars of
the a (lair. Karris came to Richmond
and gave himself up to the authorities
and is now in Jail awaiting an ex
amination which Is sot for next Tues
day, before Esquire Do Masters. The
true facts will then eomo out.
John Dillon Ones Mors.
What William Warren was to Bos
ton, what John Gilbert was to New
York, what Ben DeBar was to St.
Louts, John Dillon was to Chicago.
How the theatre goers of that city used
to Swear by John Dillon! Ho was the
favorite child of dramatic fortune In
the daya before the great fire, which
swept away all he had oxept his name
and talent. After an absenco of four
years this versatile comedian, who for
twenty years has held the rank of one
the most genuine aud popular actors
of the American stage, will return,
bringing with him a new play and an
excellent company on Saturday, Dec.
1st. They will appear at the Opera
House In "Wanted, the Earth,''
corned v said to have been written for
and especially adapted to the best
powers of Mr. Dillon.
Mr. M. Tait, our worthy station
agent at Richmond, has sent in his re
signation to take effect the hrst of the
coming year. We hope his place may
be filled by a gentleman who will give
as good satisfaction in the position.
Wo bave always found him polite,
geu tie. manly and accommodating, and
with others, we regret to see him give
up the position.
Dedication of Presbyterian church
next Sunday at 11 a. m. Rev. J, A. D.
Hughes will olltciate.
Presbytery of upper Missouri will
meet at same church on Tuesday at
11 a. m. Reva. Dr. Campbell of St.
Joe; W. S. Trimble, E. McNair, J. A.
D. Hughes, will take part in installa
tion services at 7 p. m.
Elder Terrell will commence a
protracted meeting at the Christian
Church next Sunday.
Beach & Bowers played to a big
bouse Tuesday night. It takes a min
strel show to catch this town.
The brick work on the new bank
building is beginning to make a show,
and a few more daya of pretty weather
would be a blessing.
Miss Jessie Mansur, daughter of
congressman Mansur of Chillicothe,
who has been visiting Mrs. J. D. Tay
lor, left Tuesday for St. Louis, en route
to Washington City where she will
spend the winter.
Percival & Fowler have nearly com
pleted the addition to their store, and
have put in an Improved elevator, for
hoisting furniture aud other goods to
the aecoud floor. They will have a
very complete furniture and hardware
Wednosday, Nov. 21, 188, at
ueyside," the home of the bride's par
ents, two and a half miles from Mill-
villo. Miss Emma, second daughter of
Mr. Henry Ellis, was united in mur-
riage to Mr. Robert Conway, of Mar
shall, Mo. ,
The wedding was a quiet afl'air, only
near relatives and a few intimate
friends being present. At precisely
twelve o'clock the bridal party entered
to the glud strains of the wedding
march, performed on tho organ by
Miss Fannie Ellis, aud took their posi
tions in front of the minister, Rev.
Swoariugen, who, acoordiug to the
solemu aud beautiful ceremony of the
Methodist church, pronounced them
husband and wifo.
The attendants were Misses Jessie
Mansur, of Chimcolho; Annie Con
way, of Marshall; Allie Duval, of
Richmond; Haltie Averill, of Carroll-
ton; Mollie Dorsey and Cora Ellis.
After congratulations, the guests
were invited to partake of au elegant
dinner prepared for the occasion
At two o'clock the happy couple, ac-
eonipauied by Misses Cora Ellis, Annie
Conway and Mollie Dorsey, and Mr.
Ed. Conway, departed, via Lexington,
for their future home In Marshall.
Air. Conway Is a prominent and
energetic young business mau of Mar
shall; while the bride is one of Ri.y'b
sweetest and must popular young In
dies, beloved by all, fur her many good
Their many frieuds unite in wishing
Mr. Couwuy and his fair young bride a
lung me ui uuppiuess auu prosperity.
Og School Huuse, Nov. 24, '88.
Ray County Sub-Nurmal convened
at tho Ogg school house. There
were quite a number in attendance
Algebra being discussed in the morn
ing, in which there was quite an inter
est manifested. At noon we were pro
vided with au excellent dinner ore-
pitred by the ladies of the NorniHl.
which consisted of many good things
of the land. Afternoon thuru was a
still greater interest taken iu the dis
uuaciun of physiology ud school
The members In attendance were
Miss Minnie McAfee, Miss Florence
Hamilton, Mr. G. A. Allison, Mr. R,
Hamilton, L. Turuer, Miss Russell.
T. A. Allison, Mr. Cowau and Miss
The Normal was then dismissed af
ter electing Kobert Hamilton as Con
ductor for the next meeting.
X. A. Allison, Con.
From th. Ixhigton Intelligencer
Mr. Geo. Trail killed, last Werinei.
day, what he claims wai the largust
hog in the county. It netted 635 pounds
and was but two years old.
Henry Lamar, of Hay county, while
sledging rock in the calaboose yard,
last Tuesday, had an eye-ball bursteJ
by a Hying fragment of rock The eye
is totally destroyed.
The best thing Lexington can now
turn its attention to is the building
across the Missouri river at this point
of a pontoon bridge, whidh shall be
practically free, only a nomitml churgu
being made for crossing on it.
Jos. Chiun, marshal, collected, Tues
day, $1U from two Kichniond colon .1
men who were participants in the re
publican ratification, last Friday night,
and were found to be carrying oonceul
ed weapons. They swore they would
not be arrested, but our Joseph took
Several young men from here view
ed Lawson by moonlight Sunday
T. J. Bohanon has opened up a neat
Milliard hall, Lunrh counter and oys
ter parlor near the depot.
Mr. Chris Hatinu ot Orriek, called
Tuesday nud renewed his allegiance
ilh the Di;M( hat.
We nsk tho Mtenlion to the adver
tisement of R. Hayson Co., In this
issue- This linn has recently opened
up on Camden avenue nud depot
street aud proposes to keep a full
line of all kinds of fresh groceries and
will oiler inducements for trade. Call
and see what they ran sell you. But
ter and eggs wauled.
Mr. Alex. Maillaud the cllicicnt
hairman of the county Democratic
central committee called vaster day
and settled our bill for printing done
luring the canvass, paying 70 cents on
tho dollar. Wo want to say that we
am satislied that Mr. Mnitland and the
com mil ten havo done the best they
could ami have discharged their duties
faithfully, to the neglect of their pri
vate alt.'tirs, nut we will just add that
it will stand as a burning shame if tho
successful democratic candidates in
the couutv leave the balance of the
bill unpaid and let the loss fall 011
shoulders so little able to baar it.
Buy s Home.
in tho benutifi-1 Eastwood addition
to Richmond, while lots are going
cheap. J ho lots are large, location
choice, fronting ou one of the best
streets in Richmond. For price aud
tonus apply to M. W. Ckisimn,
At Ray Savings Bank.
Many persons contract severe colds
during the early winter months and
permit them to hang on persistently
all winter; weakening the lungs and
paving the way for catarrh, chronic
bronchites, or consumption. No one
can all'ord to neglect a cold. A single
bottle of Chamberlain s Ccngh Remedy
will cure the most severe cold, and cost
but oU cts. For salo by all druggists.
Wsnled, Hides and Pells.
I will pay tho highest market price
for all the hides und pelts delivered at
my shop. J. C. Stuaibk
McElmn'i wine of cahuui for female diseasea
From a private letter received from
Dr. S. Goo.lv. in tiant wo learn that he
litis been aimoiuLed Lecturer on Mete-
ria Meuica aud Tiieruputics in the Pust
graduate training school for nurses at
j.mw York City. 'IheDr. will be re
membered, us the son of Dr. Gant of
Ivnoxville and his many friends iu this
section will be pleased to kuuW of his
preferment. Polo Post.
Al a regular communication of Ada
Lodge o. 411 A. t. o: A. Al. held at
their Hall iu Ornek, Nov. V-U11 18tJ,
me following proceedings were had:
W UKiiKAS i he Great Creator 111 his
inliuue wimUuu nud mercy has remov
ed our brother John J. Seth from the
cares and trouhlun of this transitory
Mate uce to a staleof eternal duration,
aud has thereby weaken fit the ohains
tty which wc are Donna mau to man,
way wu wuo survive mm, anticipate
our approaching lale; may we be more
sti'uugiv cemeiiu-d in the lies of union
aud iiicnuSnip, Ihal duriug the short
spuce aliuttcu tu uur present existence,
and probation, we may wisely auu
usefully employ our lime, aud iu
the reciprocal intercourse 01 kiuu auu
fricnoly oihce, mutually promote the
welfare and Happiness ui uacu other,
to tuo honor una glory of Gud, and
the salvaliou or uur souls.
Rkhoi.vkd That wo the brothr en of
Ada Lodge, No. 414 A.r. or A.M. deeply
deplore and earnestly mourn the death
of our beloved brother, who tor mure
than a uuarer of a century share d the
joys aud sorrows incident to this life.
Resolvku I bat in his death hie
family has lost a cherished member.
which it is impossible to replace, and
our community a noble, true hearted
man, tor whom every one uud the pro
found admiration and respect, because
of his many virtues.
Rksolveu i'uat a copy of these res
olutions uu sent to each 01 our couuly
papers with the request that they be
puuiisiwu m iuii.
X. B.Piuo )
I HANK A DA IK Y Com
Wit. BltlAN )
Fine weather for corn gathering,
quite a number of tho laiiners are
through gathering corn. Wheat is
looking hue 111 tuis Section. A sing
ing was givoii at tuo residence 01 jouu
Micheitl 9 buumluy evening Nov. 24 th
quite a nuinocr ueiug present tne even
ing was spent very pieasanlly. U rn,
Ktudie auu sister M.iao Lulu, uf Tails-
ville, spent Sunday visiting relatives
uear Ihis place. Miss Cora Peatrue ui
iiuucy,s Grove, spent several days
luit week visiting relatives uear this
place. James V anderpoul and wite
visited 11 car Norboruu during the pant
week. Ms Emma Flint is spending
several weens wuu uur sister, Mrs,
Clara Limerick, near Kansas Citv
Andy llson wuu spout tuveral weeks
visaing relatives east 01 tuis place re
turned to his home at Raymond, Kan.
ihuibday. Jim D. is sliH making his
iruqueut calls ou Mud creek, liaui
turd ui the Al UK 1 lie country was in
this viuiuiiy during tho past week buy
ing uu lunula siuu. iuu surprise parly
gieti ut thu res hi en cu uf Mr. Tim Too
may Nuv. luiu was one of success.
About bo beiug present, the evening
was spent Very pleasantly until a iate
liuur when an Went Uuinu to bed. Uev
uuuer is uoiuing u suries 01 meetings
ut 1 ailsvillti. Uuv. Reiuhuld and wuu
ui V in-ton spout several dus lust
week Mailing ut liardiu aud this place.
Marriud at tuu residcuco or thu undu'e
paLuiiis iiir. and Mrs Ihum. Baker.
near i. uwgul ou last Thursday evening
,ur. Aiiuu aniuur auu mss 1U1U 0a.
kur, Rev. Tujioiiary ot huiusion urn-
oiuittig. Murned ut the residence of
thu biulu's parents 'iuesdity morning
Nov. l.Uli Mr. Joe C. Bruwuu of Cow
gill and Miss Hue Proiily uf Uamiltuu,
uuv, uanuu uiuciauug. iui'or,
Ladies' -:- Jackets
Elaborately trimmed tjad u"ado of
HKAVKli CLOTH, Satia finished and
iu all the latest colors have been seized
by the United States C'uaton House of
Kansas City, for undervaluation by a
German manufacturer. After he paid
the hue of 8-0o0, the goods were turn
ed over to a Kansas City Commission
Iluuso, of whom wc .secured
to be disponed by us. Ladic call early
und avoid the ru.-h. Jackets worth
from I.j to ' dollars wilt be sold at
$10 each. Keuiember wo only havo
60 of thoe g;ti nit'iiU,
J, C. Brown fee. Go.
TO aBJEGLXTXT HXJ3NTT3E.ISJ,
3FEL2D-A.Z3, "I'lioio. 002C3Z3 and
Iff yds Canton Flannel Sinn
Hi yds Oood Calico l.nu
li yds Striped or Check Mill ting 1 uti
HI yds Chpcked Diiiglmni 1 I o
IU yds Worsted Drem Ucnid.i 1 0 i
14 yil Dress Uiturhitni I.isi
it yds Calico I .on
IB ydsgood unbleached Domestic I no
10 llw Cotton Hatls 1 ii
HI i H wide Ores (loo. U all wool .in
lli Inche wide Dress Moods all wool .40
Yard and a wide llroadrlutha ."
Mlk Plushes to match "."
Urey lllanketa per pair l.'if,
Chlldieusall wool Hose per lulr Jo
Misseaall wool IIohh'J pair for . .85
Ladies all wool Hose per pair v:
Table Linen per yard 2
Yard wide Cashmere per yard .!."
The lomrest I'ole "Knocks the r-
DakmsaIj & "Woodson.
A New Supply of Cloaks
A new supply of cloaks and milli
nery jut received and a liheral dis
count will he given to ladies purchas
ing both. ThU special run on cloaks
will continue for thirty days.
If you need lienors of any kind write
to L. Silverman, Lexington. Ho will
end It to you nicely packed. See prices
elsewhere 4 in
Our Candidal for President.
lie will lie nominated hv the conven
tion and will be elected by the people
liecaitse lie will come the nrart'tt to
tilling their Ideal of achirf magistrate.
hlectno if it tern has u-en given the
highest place, because no other medi
cine has to well lilted the ideal of a
perfect tonic and alterative. The
people have indorsed Kleetrie Hitter
and rely upon this great remedy iu all
troubles of liver, stomach a tut kioneys.
tor all malarial levers ami dtsciiMi'K
caused by malarial poison. Klectric
Hitters cannot oe too iiitniiy recom
mended. Also cures headache and
constipation. Satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price OUc. and H?l
at Taylor & Ewing's drug store. Nov
The cltv lax books aro now iu mv
bands and your taxes are now due. H
not paid before dan. 1st, lMii, a penal
ty of one per oeut each mouth will he
added. 1 can be found on the street
through the day and at Marshall's
shoe store at night-
JO SK I'll tini.DEN,
1 Still They Come? I
A.nother New Firm for Hichmoncl
it" lira i uiy ya
Have opened up on
and Lexington Avenues. Where they will
be pleased to meet their Old l riends and
Customers and make
Our aim will he to keep ou hand a full and
complete stock of e v ery thing kept in a llrst
class Grocery store.
GOOD GOODS and
can sell them and Live.
BUTTER & EGGS, always on
hand when in the country to be had.
We are closing out Our Stock ot Dry Goods, Hats Boots
& Shoes and everything counoeted with Dry Goods n Cost
Give us a cull and wo will try to treat you right.
R. HAYSON & CO.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE,
U, II, UII1UI 111 III uu,
on nil Go ids throughout tho hou.?:.
NOW IS YOUR TIME FOR
If there ever was a time to buy goods cheap it certainly is
now as they wero never so low in tho history of tho trade.
DON'T PUT OFF
This opportunity to buy what you"1 need. "We will t;,l;p
pleasure in showing you our goods and giving you
our prices, whether you buy or not
THAT'S WHAT WE ARE HERE FOli
And wo want your trade. If honest goods and low jiric, s can
bring you, we have got both. Thmikingyou for past fay.
vors and hoping to merit a continuance of the name,
We can he found at tho old lioth
rock stand, one door west of
the Tost Ofllce,
S. R. CRISPIN & CO.
THE J AC CAR CI WATCH & WELP.Y CI,
DEALERS IN WATCHES, DIAMOND A'.D JEWELRY.
MIS MAIN HTlti:iJl KA.NHAH CITY, MO.
Couutry Orders Uorluily ami l'romiUy tlilcj. 3'j-ly
This is the linn we soil on very clone
nmrgms ai.d invite ui. Inspection
HIM' J "II till.
Hoy's Suits 4 to 1-' years ngn
llo)s fruits 4 to 12 yeiirs ue
Hoys Suila In to I" ye.ns ng.'. . ..
Mens Heavy Winter Suits......
( Warraiitrtl to We ir well)
Overt' tuts from $1 tV) to
o.ltl Coats at 'i the former prlco
6 1. 21
We ke, -p this question constantly be -i Also a tun line ot the best Hand
fore us, bow can wn best serve ourcii1M-ul 1,,ot" nd Shoes, we warrant,
touu'i s. Clive ns call ' W e off-r nothing In any deparnmenl
that Is not a bargain.
Dakncai. iV Woonsox. I)akm:al & Woodsox,
When you go to Lexington, call on
Silverman, on comer of public mpinru
fur tine liipiors. 4m
A pair of jrenileiimn n rant", thoi
property of lr. Palmer, were found J
in the churchyard in Lawson -stolen j
while Un- lr. elumWred A few dol
lars were iu the pockets when the gar-j
meiits went out of tin house, but not
when foil ut. Lawnnian.
The undersigned, wilt h1 a public
auction, to the higdett. hiddur, at Kel
lurs Livery lUru, in Richmond, on
DEO. 1, '88,
11 lioad of liorsoH.
TKHMS: A credit of Hmmithi with
,.10 pr cent, will Iim given, by the pur
chaser giving g toil s- curiiy.
W. B. HU3GINS.
the corner of Camden
new ones also.
as low as we possibly
OLIlslJlis & CO
BOOTS & SHOES.
I We are trying to keep up with the
timP,, 0r Must a HUlle" ahead,
i,9,ne, button Kid Shoei 1 J5
Ladle, Mutton (Hove drain 12.".
Ladies front lace shoes 1.25
Men's Kip lloota full stock 1.75
Hoys Hoots No 1 to 3.
8. nn Hoys button shoes
U(X'Metis button Shoes...
Mens all wool red flannel uuder
20 0 wear per suit
A GREAT D It AAV!
Our Lrgo Stock of Overcoats and
Our Low Prices, Draw a big crowd to
BETTER THAN A FULLIIUAND-
la to have one of our FIXE SUITS
IT TAKES THE POD
and also the wind away from Our Cus
tomer, when they get Our Great
Bargains in Clothing,
Vnrr ati? a TMncpn
Jl .CXXIJL J.X. -d W W O ilV 1 3
If Yuu do'nt Coma and Uuv Ynnr Wi
LITTMANN The ClOlbier,
) I propose to tall
ware, &o ; as cheap as any flrm Id Ha, M
oouuty. Id addition to this I will Rive ( I
a discount of 5 per cent, on all billBii
amounting to SS or orer. Good guar II
anteed Fresh and Clean. Evervbouv'nl 1
V patronuge L solicited.
Term Spot Cash
THE EUREKA HOG REMEDY
Now can bo obtained in this city at the drug store of Dr.
M. C Jacobs. No cure no pay, and condition powders for
all kinds of stick- We expect to satisfy every reasonable
person- l'rico very reasonable- I requires 1 lb for a hog
during fattening time, to reap the benefit of our insurance,
For sale by Dr. M- C. Jacobs, also sold by Mason & Day,'
of Hardin. For further information apply to H, Mohme &
Co Eudora, Kansas.
COME TO STAY
Having purchased the T L. Shaw stock ot Hadalery and addded to
same. 1 now have the Largest, N latest, and Beat Assortment of f addle
Harness, Collars, Whip, Duster, Combs, Brushes and all kinds of Good
usimlly kept In a Hrst class Establishment, ever Brought to Kay County
And I defy competition on all goods, Especially on fiina
Cxmip and Buggy Harness.
Call and Examine my Stock.
Try tne DEM03RAT
M. B. WRIGHT.
M. B. WRIGHT & CO.,
GOO Main St., KANSAS CATV. MTCchttdt
PERCIVAL & FOWLER,
Tho BOSS Churn
It will save many times its cost overy season in quantity
und quality of butter ulso in labor. C ill aud exarnins tberu
and bo convinced. We will guarantee every one to giv
perfect satisfaction or money will be refunded.
We ui. so. handle a complete lino of GAfSOLIN'E STOVES
H K F H I U E It A.TO RS, ICE CRKA.M FREEZE KS, Screen
Wire Cloth, Screen Doors, Tinware, Furniture, and the cel.
oliratcd Superior Stoves. Wo muko a specialty of
HOOFING & GUTTI2IUXG
PERCIVAL & FOWLER,
Oa the North East Corner of the Squax
I -3 Itj Konated Coffee. $1 CO
lam Sugar i.eo
8 Bars of Soap as
1 lb of Ground Pepper 90
1 1t Plug of Tibacc Eft
3o Koxesof Matches 25
il Cans of Peaches 1 00
To day la your opportunity; to mor
row Is not yours; tho past Is forever
ioue; therefore. COMK NOW.
Dahnkal & Woodson
Grocer In, Queen.
J. T-AKERS, ;
N. K, Cur. Orouery.
Real Estate Apncy
J. R. GLEASON.
" " 'WkVWllI
The BOSS Churn is no new
experiment. We can refer you
to anumber of parties, right h?ie
in your county, who have been
using them for several years. It
is the most perfect working
Churn ever sold. It will pro
duce more butter, with less lalor
and is thu easiest cleaned, the
cheapest; the best, and so simpla
that a child can operate it.