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TIR'UM-AT l'K'- M. I"-
Ttir lntr-t rfuii 1iuIhmh, Umllle
rfpntiliffin!" Imvo m-mriM, n nifljnrity if
on in tin Utvrvr limiw f I'oii-
gtvv I lii' 1 I'.v nirani nwilivr.
hill Jt U silniittr.l for thr i.rwnt
ihu poopi.i niT tirril of hearing ftlwnl
The rrtiirn from thu n-nMil election
h(tw that Mr. .l.nriMm nr ivo't near
ly k haif million Tote 1pm than ft ma
jority. Willi 1hi liphlbfliHT you. can
you lijcurc out hi rlwlion a the ver
iiit of tiic p -opl'. If so, how ilo voa
r. wiiii hi a-tvi-f our .(M.iH m the
iriutrr nppmarhpn, to he wry crMu)
with tin iii if, specially an when leav-
liiff their Immim' at nipM. It will ft
nuirp l.nt a little lime to see tliht tin
tov are all rijrht nnI mry In- tli
lueans of favinc ronit!erahie property
Thk nejrrac of r? Loui are not
atiHeil with (In! nianajrenM-nt of ll.f
public whoiili in that city ami ilemaml
the removal of two teachent m the eoi
or! (tehonls. I'. II. 1 amir, a saddle
colored orator of pome note, arrued
that the colored children .iould In
i-vut to the ame school with tht
whites. We are prndimlly working U
to thi uticption niid it will have to In
met in the near futon1.
A n?wp:iier man is a tKar to i
Cflrtain extent uml we presume that if
whv aome little ami led indindunU re
tun t properly support the pres.
That if where von are wrong younp
man. No true new spaper man 1
beifpar. Jf he makes a paper worthy
of patronage, he w ill not have to hep
(or thnt ptitrormpe. He independent
my boy! Nty what you think is homt
and right on all puMion8 and you will
be like the editor of the Kichmunh
1)kuk hat, anvthinc but a (M-ppar. It
is the crank, little fellow who arc al
ways trying to ride that popular wave
that do the begging.
On Saturday night, a mob at Uir
mingham, Alabama, attempted to Inrak
into the jail for the purpose of lynch
ing a prisoner, charged with murder
ing his wife. The nherilT with a poMr
resisted the mob and killed ten of their
number in driving them away from
the jail. This is a fearful lesson, Lni
the sheriff did nothing more than hit
worn duty in protecting the prisoner.
Tht Militia Called Out.
Owing to a continuance of the troub
le an lievicr, in Macon county, be
tween the striking miner and the
Swedes imported to take their place,
the governor ordered the Kaiifu City
Militia to that place fur the purpose
of keeping order and to aid in the cn
enforcement of the law. Oil ida
last a regular battle took place le-
tween the parties in which one of the
Swedes wan killed some two thousand
hots were tired. The Militia arete
prevent a repetition of this state of
affairs and it in presumed will aid the
local authorities in bringing oBender:
to justice. The citizens of the place
were glad to scy the soldier boys as
reign nf terror baa existed f r some
A Csntsr ht.
Our remark in n g ud to H tipy
Steele' ahipmetit lt week w-re
made imewhat at random, but they
erm to have gone home w it ti force
on the editor tf the CrniM-n ator. a he
conf ie that he U the Kiehnmnd ed
itor who drank in John IVilmiion'f
Murder Mill,"(one of hi own net
phraea) at Lexington, at the line
lesignated. Thi then rMamwn to
first that the editor of the lVnen a-
torwent into a saloon in I.eMiii'ton.
in Noverr.ler. hW.
Second, thnt the afnreaid editor did
thi and there drink of the fluid- t'u:it
are vended therein.
Thee fart are admitted in hi l i-t p-pt-r
and t!ie adnniou i c.jiiivalrnt to
saying that tlie great temp- rance npos
lie. the lender of the temperance coun
cil find n prominent metnUT id the
Methodist church, lent hi a:. I and iu
tlnonco to the li.pior tratlic hy enter
ing a salwn and publicly driuKing d
h tan-rage therein vrm!e,1. ttu rey
giving encouragement to the lui m
It matter not what he diank. that
cut no figure in the It i tin
fact of his going ino the hoii-e ami
partaking of what i sold there, that
we ak attention to. "ot that we
enre to condemn the art. lut that tlie
people may know how hTpncntie.V.
are hi temperance prtfc!9.on. Hav
ing said tbis much we are d-ne with
the subject. a we do not care to de
aceud to the level of a blackguard and
bmdy epithet that are of no protit t
inv one. Hence all ieroBal slur
nd insinuations cau go for what tn
public think they are worth. We ha
cot notice tbem.
1UE YU15LD AT LA 11(5 e.
euEumfiry of tlie Dally ITowsv
A do'tor wa called to ee a fr -iful
C iild whose parent live near M .Jo
seph. The doctor had the chiM strip
ped in order to give it a careful exam
ination. His attention w as at onei
attracted to a black-lwking crease in
the child's arm near the shoulder,
being from this point that the swell;
commenced. n parting thewolbn
floh at the edire uf the crease he di-
covered a amnion rubber ind deeply
imbedde! in the flesh, and winch a
rvnlaiiicd the swol ien arm and
engeted biod. On iu-juiring it
dicovered thnt the rubier had l-een
p :cel on the little one's arm live day
bftre by a girl plavuiaio an J hai rr-
ma.ned there sinking dxer into the
h every day until di -covered by
the doctor. The child hi I been Mck
and fretful, but it pareii'.-put it do
as due to teething or sone other com-
tit natural to children. S:. Jo-ej b
Mr. C. H. Jones wife of the editor
to-.1 M. L"ii Keptibilo. il.eJ lat
Sundiiv, after a short Ulues.
A superauuted preacher of tV was
married the other dav at St. Louis to
a gushing creature of 60 summers.
They fell in love at one of Gilraore1
concert?, while the band was playing
'Pure as Snow."
Carthage Democrat: Irrtvertnti
Pam Jones told his bearers the other
day that the only difference between
bU Louis and hell is that hell has no
river running past it. If Sam be cor
rect iu his historical dau, then bell
must have a republican majority of
Here's an item for the farmers: If
the hog to be slaughtered are fed
within twelve hours ol their ki'liug,
the food is wnsLed, the meet will be
juore disposed to sour, and it will be
more dillicult to remove the distended
lotestioes and take from them the
lard. Nor is it well to allow the swine
to drink on the moruiug of the dt y
they are killed.
So Democrat iu the classified ser
vice should be scared into resigning
by the Republican bluster of the heads
that will fall ailer March 4. It is the
duty of every good cilin to uphold
the Pendleton law aud keep the ras
cals out aa long as possible. The
President-elect is pledged to the same
policy aud he will not be allowed to
forget his pledges Hepubilo.
General Long street haa never given
Indication of the recklessness and
lack of scruple that characterise such
proffuuioual office hunters Gvueral
Chalmers of Mississippi. It is oertain,
moreover, that be is not the man to
if it it the President-elect without invl
tation, aud w batever the significance
of this vhtit, it is nut likely that it has
been iustrumeulul in nanowing Har
rison's views on any question of our
politics. Longstreet i the must pro tu
inent and one of the must houest of
Republicans of his section, aud if
there is to be a ttepublk-au iu the Cab-1
inet from the South, Ua'-nson will do
well in not holding against him the
irregularities in his accounts is Tai
led States Marshal. -r-Hepublic-
"Passion's Slave" will be rendered
here to-night by Miss Helen Miukley
and her corps of supporters. Thi
troupe haa been playing here fur the
patt three nights aud have shown rare
kill and talent. Turn out and see
some excellent acting.
F.veryihing is quiet in uurl.ttio town
A'e aie looking forth tr a gtod time
Jhrisi.nia. Ml. Bill Webb moved to
town ln!t week and according to prun
ise he told the young folks they coul
have a dance but by a raisundi r-taud
ini the dance did not materialize and
all went home badly sold especiall
one old gent with his three daughter!
who arrived a little ahead cf time
Prof. Hill gave another spelling school
it the Lenore school house latt i n
lay night it was well attended. Char
ley Brown is able to be out at the
spelling and also in to n Sunday. Mr.
Noblel's son is improving. There wa.
preachmg here the lirst Sunday and
Sunday night or Bro. Uice a Baptist
minister of Clay county. Owing
Hro. Fetree's sickness there was not
any preaching here last Sunday. 1 here
was pri nting at the Lenore schoo
bouse last Saturday night and Sunday
by Bro. Llndey Keel our Baptist min
ister. A voung gentleman and two
young Indies of this p'ace went dow
Saturday night and got there in time
to hear a part of the benediction. Mr.
John Davis of Richmond wa dow
ttMl uf hvie the lirt Sunday tu it Li
best girl. Mr. Ben Knndall and faini
Ij from near Hardin, and Mr. amer
of Kichmond spent Sundav with Mrs
Brown. Mr. Bob Brown had a hor
badly injured by a hog lat Friday
evening. St. Peter has left the gates
s jar and another wing'ess angel h
taken bed and board with Prof. A
Chenault. W. H. Watkins is having
his house painted: we think he La
some notion of join.ng the matnmoni
al band. A. B. Chenault has found
his lost ho.ae. Poor Virgil has broken
his heart(candy one ) Plasteriu
t O.NUttl SSUlNAt-
mlc en tSin t:tti rnmnitinti-a
:m-.I (nun Hie S- ri'iarv of Htnte
u i-:tttii il r-.pv of it-f t1nl rfr
thn i"iM'nui KifiMom in Kin
i ir ( "iri'iiin . nun hml lo twri
..n,'r "MUe. Thinoltnn
'. :(H' !iii i I !:. mid l'Hif ft new
,1 in . ti ti-. Mi.in. 'Vln' pftixrn
i.''' n- 'i to 0,. i unimUte on
,1 r.in i The Tiit iff lM
p ,n 1 1 min- Irrp.l tt Hctur Irnirtb.
m m u . :T. rt-il by rnBtor ltut-
i)!f IV- nt- ntiitl leftn !on years.
'J' fir l'i"ic. a'HT rrmtlne tnmt
t the l fil T.ix bill matl Jrlmle
1 he St-ndU' us nn' in mioii on th "In.
li It,- H. tH- InviilrU IVr-mn lull win
jhvicii n ; r- -'rrtM lo tl e I'.'mnilllee of 1h
!, ;e T!-e 11. !! Oi-n em into i onimUlee
te tin- :
lentar, htiJ tlie
. Conipitiy rs
At tin- e ftilug
1 anl I lie Uoune
Thk s -ti
in : h
n (tninn en the S!h.
r.( vers I report
..it-, o-i tli- l"lh rrnnied
1' r.1 li., ifti'.ite Hiib
tr ii,i'ii: rtlnt'Hnn on
uu -i"(.i. wti'ih wore
i'U vi.te. IVniHt R
to'irne.i , In the
.. i were Vro
a r"-orni.iii loiikir. tn
n' ti i.n-v tit elenKnr
l'l ( '.Mr m'ttee of tlie
I'.'l -ini :i lull inn the
i i rv ciinl"r"'1
l" ' k' l Ik
.-TjiTt.' 1 1 1 "f nit
tlie state of
' .t f : T : t;'lfli ftii),.iirtl
I'm; t .lt.tifiv ftft-'f the
-r t tern i ,nni:ittve ol
Tht luil. p'nt1irit de
.!i:iu.ntte roe and tlie
Ph:xaT"R Lyi IT r an 1 I'.-'prentufive
lUrip . of lii'.irjf ft, i'a'le. on Up1 rreident
recent'v an'! iv. ;l- I h'ru to aKfiid the
A;ifftita Kx!'iiti"ii. T.'ie 1'ieineiit hail
the mutter utiIt iviniilei at ion, tmt tt wm
tboi.at.t he wduiJ nut be aUit to accent the
A."'''THrn irres'.i'arltv hi l.e. tt dicoT-
re 1 in ihc'lr-'.'fUiv 1 i tuteiit. nniti
fri'iuthe mi ler:'n- J i.i pi'-'nrom" of teu
uncut fit o( Ifttl te.i.l'T. eai'h con-
i:ti:rjr four inttc t the ilf noimiiatiOD of
arul rejnetiTUiK '."'' in nil.
HrcRFTAiiT WriTxrv ha onlrf() thres
mor veel to Hyi!, inf rui't'! to He
art t the release (.( the :eamer HaTtieu
1 HC funei"! rei etr'i-ii" over the r-
nia;m f the late dt-neif! It. li. Ayrnn,
A., wcie he 1 o- the Till at Trinity
Chnr.h Winh tit'm.
Ayniii the r fie it cal !m- on (Ienra!
Harr:"' n w ere e eral li ih - A tiieriean
R r-.thl'-'atis of L'tm'.itf , who wi nt on !
half cf Wharton Ia: er, of ltiila l!phia, I
ir a CatuneT - t. n. nn l to urge a coii
iniiance cf tn wj; o( unfolding protec i
tion idmi. I
Thk co-.irt of ir'j'i.rv tnrti(tat'ng the
aque-iuct tunnel wrk in Washington haa I
dji-urnei to Januarv . having ciuplelvd
the xaminat:on of w;ttp.
Thi: Frd Inmii-nt: n .'oiniu:tte I
hampered for want A futi if tu puili its in
The Contrreional P' rectory for ths
prent Congre c--nto'ii an nnttticial
t of the mevntT" cf the next (.'oni;reiit. '
hewing the K'-puulK-ans in a majority of
Tfe Pre i?-nt a nomtnstM 1 Wry '
Belmout of York, to be Mimter to ;
THI I niteil StH tupr- me i.ourt na
adTanc-d the rae i.f th- Moriu n Church
to tti tftound M.indav m Jnnuay. j
G. H. Hahiiih. the Washington iiwi-
pajr r"i t-r who wm tiUi-K by l'."pre-
entitf it Mart-n. of li'ia-, haa worn out
warrant f'r ttiat (.'njjreKiunn' arrt. .
lai tirtit Nrinna' H-ildh eonvenfon j
aa h-'d at WmiiinirMn on the Uth. Col 1
ftiel Htipar i. of tL New ork jjiu uitti
.V,- rcd, prsi ltd.
'loErecular ( at met nieting wag held
at th White Hous- on tha Uth. All the
member a wer preaent, ThentMion lasted
atvjut two hour, and wm mainly devoted
a d hcuf irn cf the Hayii and Hauioan
A LETTER has hen transmitted to the
House rrom the I'ul.l-c Hunt r, ubmiltinf I
an t!ruai lur a drfi''ieii-y appropriation I
of &ZiO,AJ fur Uie current tinea! yar.
rawntly for lncTaaen3 pay and new men
wata afraid to taka their plat-as. Tba
mines wera tdla tn tonsiptanc.
F. K. Fianxa, a hoot and ahoe daalsr of
Austin, MinnM umlar bonds for obtalntnc
i,(Ma) under fa I a pretanaas, has ditap
peated. Ha bad tquandaratl arary thing
David L. r itTit KRiNrWAH naa eoroprom
Isad his rnaa aeainst the Adams Kxprnaa
Company for falae imprlaonmant. Ha auad
for (U"it and ohlametl a Judirmsnt for
Vjo.om Thii win rut down by t ha court
tol-; 'V) and ths threat or further ltal
proi-eadniRs forced him to compromise at
Al.t-ths tinea and prorrty of ths Can
tral loivn railroad in Iowa hava ben con
veTd by deed a from P. Umax, spatial
master, to a corporation known as tfaa
Iowa Central rati road of Illinois, and a
purchase deed of fi.TftYOfiO ns bn Rtran
to the Mercantile Truat Company, of Hmw
Yot k. due tn l'.ej.
Ht an rxt'loit.n of dust at the urtit mill
of Havid tMiver, (.'hlcano, on ths morn in k
of the 11th, three men were killed and arr
aral more wounded. Tha ruins imroe
diately took tire. Ths loss n t),lasJk
Many bulldiimi in the vicinity war much
On w. of the proprietors of ths Hohufeldt
distillery, t'hu-nao, recently blown up
with dvnatiiite, expressed bis belief that tt
was the work of the whisky truat and not
of Anarchist, aa at first alleged.
Ai explosion occurred in abaft No. 9 of
Can field ral mine at Canon City, vol..
recently, resulting in the instant death of
Henry Wallace, ihe mine foreman, and
Peter it. Howny and tha fatal wouuding
of ten or a n r-en others.
The tnvoat ((ration of Com mist toners
Cooler and Morrison at Chicago led them
to believe that tlie Inter-State Commerce
law was eatenalTely violated aecretly.
Judge Coolev stated that rigoroua pun
ishment would meted outtothoaa found
guilty of violating the act.
The annual convention of the American
Federation vt Labor began at ML Louis oo
Tnc "Arabian Nigau" Theatrical Com
pany has been stranded at Louiaville, Kv.
lUt NaThaj N. (oHter haa entered! suit
in the Sierior Court at Baltimore, Md.,
aicaiiist Kot-ert Oarrett. claiming :,0pO.
I he suit ia atatcKl to be based on a claim of
A'usnfor professional srvices reoderad
tiarrett dut ing bis trip around tha world.
IriKtansatioiiftl murderaat Birmingham,
Ala., led to a deplorable loaa of life. Tha
body of the ft rat wife of Engineer Houia,
or Mane, waa found in Kaal lake.
couple of days after tha fin dirt g of hit
daughter's body. The body was weighted
down with railroad iron. Tha And ao in
censed the mob that an attack win mads
on tlie jail where Hawea waa confined.
shTiff Htnith gave his posse ordera to Bra
with their Wtncheatera, which diaperaed
the r it. tori and cajaed the death of tan pr
aoua anl tha wounding of forty. Among
the victim were the poatmaater and
nt hen v. ho were endeavoring to quell tba
At.Lir(iATin;s ara made that crooksd
work wait tha cause of the buratiug of tha
big gun at Annapolis, Md., recently. It
was aaid tba charge waa prepared by
parties interested m making tba gun a
CoLo?tL R. H. Bridoes. president of tba
North Carolina railroad, died suddenly at
Wilmington recently of apopisiy.
; Masked men living near n aro,
, flogged George Armstrong, white, nearly
to death recently for deaerting his sick
wife and livinc with another woman.
" j T. W. Bt'saT, a popular young book
seper id id iunui m.t .'vuni
haa been arretted for ambeKBiing $3 ft3.
Helio Taoa. & Co., clothing manufac
turers of Atlanta, Ua , have asaigned witb
fTH.fsH) hahihties and$4o,otW asseu.
Mas. B. McAlut, mother of tba noted
theatrical brothera and of Mrs. Cbarlee R.
Fopa, of Ht Louia, died at Louii villa, Ky.,
on the loth, aged seventy-two.
The family of John R. King, oonalstfng
of sight persona, was found dead in tba
ruins after bis bouse bad been burned at
Cookville, near Mount Pl-'aaant, Texaa,
recently. It waa believed the family bad
been murdered and tba house fired to oon
re I the crime.
The Maryland Htata Davy recently had
a serious encounter with oyater dredgars
in the mouth of the Chester river. Cannon
w aa usf-d and the dredgers rammed ana
tunk. S'Tioui lose of life was reportd
Kknatuk M. C. Fl'TUta has been i
elected by the South Carolina Legislature
to the Cnited btates Buats as his owo
No. 4 red, ll.lJ
BT Iria, Dee, 11.
WnaT-Hieh r; Vo. f rcfl. cash. HOIWt
pecemlwT, Si , ; M-.iy. Il.ii'-Si tfl.uto i June.
IU; Jul? (f-i, -t .iv
OunKtyiwir; No ft rah. Si'Ui" rVTerobcr,
S0c; Jamiarr. -Il 1 f 1 Miv. Z4 irnic.
UAW Pull, No. 'ii-iv tf '4caKti Decem
ber. 4e OKI: M iv, 'J't',f.
RV-Utill; No .
PmiDKc -Hull' r fjuo-t : ereatrrrr. -''.',
dairy, tttQ-fc, muicI al -liv for goml
Pan vtatnwf- Pork f't ' f srt, prtweateam.
S7 iC't. Hr? suit m-.is slui'iMcrs, tf. .7: longs,
ST I", ahort nl . f: ' liutna, to r, h43 IU
Wmaav-s-rtt 't e .
CATTi.a Binii.it. rhtifcr Heirv native r
fAtHai; Uir u ri-wt, ci.5lJ, buichera,
18 .tit 4 40
Smbvp fftrotitf : f.ilrto rhmre. as on 1 4 ti
Moat-Ijower; rh.itee heavv ami liutrttcrs
L'lltr A(H lr. 11.
vTaaar Inset Me.l:
1.04ti No, aaprm, t i
dmR-Qtitets Na. . Mc.
0t Kttm; No. t, '."C -.
Rra No. , Me
Pmmrra It'it'er, iln'l: f.n.iy F"'He, WWfj
eir Arts. KtiWe. L.v l t-jn-TSlc
PwiruioHl-Men pora. 1? :t."'i .iM.Vl. I."f1,
18.0 4l.i Tl4. Shor nh at.i-a i.v. i: rn.tr.ia
Dr sailed eanuniera. hoseJ. '.OJ.lS1. bhort
alear aitlea boieil '"'
Wlimr-ltatti."rs n i -" a S'
CTTt.a BtnTirrr; choice t'Ctics. tMstr..!;
Bnate Weak; tiatirea. t ;u lumt a
at t 5 75.
tlrMis Lower; miaed, a..pva:.3Ui hearj, IT. 15
New onit. Dee. II.
FMr-Heaw; eTtrn. fa.iu4iaji winter
wheat, law crade.. Mt-i '.
Wmbat Firm: No. a r--I. i i'4i i t U ; So,
S rrd, SSr; imp i.l.d nl. srr; No. it reil,
December. S) w, r l s ; Jiirnary. ll.tHSl
l.l" tftc; Mav. II llJl IV I Ift.
Ooats Steailv: No i. unirradetl mtfn,
ST'4Jo; No ii white, 4l',at;c; No. 3. 4..
O Tiwer: No. f white, S"lc; mixed
western. W' -tc; wlt do.. S4i4ic
PBODrrSj Duller, quiet: western dairy,
v; do. creamery. i:tuc. Lug, uuiet; west
Paovntirms Pork, easy: m, fu.TT-ir. in,
C meats. Arm ; picklJ ahouldcra, Tc
Lard, ateady: western lam .
CATTi.a Dull at a Jci line : native steer, 13.00
0ft 1ft; bulla at:d dry cows. II. v .t.
8naae-Firm fur good; sheep, J.O(J4.;
UlPba. S4.T S
From Mr. ItippfT. who canif tlown
from Lawsnn ou Monilnv, w learn
that Capt. Shutla was Kokinx foi
man to come down from (iallatiti an;
b ly his printing oflice. or rathi-r per
feet tlie trade nl ready agreed on.
Da a a ucr.
rJT 5lR 53
1 Wliat About the Surplus ! I
ARE YOU WILLING TO REDUCE I T?
The eontlnued warm weather has left us with a LA HUB Ht'KPLVS
(Not like Uncle Kama") our lurphu 1 NUT money, lint, consinU of Clouka
Urercoata, Clothing ami Heavy Underwear, Blanket, Sliawls ,Vo. ten.
We propoie to reduce Uur Stock 115,000.00 within the next 4 week,, and
to do tlila we are aware, that we shall have to offer superloi Inducements
to the tnide. Henco from this date till Deo. 10, we will give Our Customers
better prices on these goods than ever before Lower than any house In the
County or elsewhere, as our motto Is "Carry Nothing Over." And we pledge
the h mnr and integrity of our Arm to make good these promises, and Invite
all Kit j County and "The rest of mankind" to put us to the test. First come,
gets lrt choice.
Also Pm.ecutlpg Attorney of
eounty. Oltice In court uuue.
i promptly snen'tro 10.
isr m sealers in mim mmsst,
? llH!tFS('vnis ti. innt uml F. M. tlstit
V nile, l their ctrlaln deed ol mint,
itHll tlK' ITlll'lliy III Novell! tHT 1K'i Itlltt n-fltnll'tl
in uie K or.ifrH i nay county, Mn-iniri.
li .U-cu txi.ik i, ;it ,)U'' .Mi. I'otiVt'Vltiu tu Hie 1111
.lT'i..'Hi 1 lru-.N i', nil III- rin'it. Mtfe. InUTrsl luut
csi.iif in ittiii to tlif litH"wiinf ilcsi'T i !() p-h' en.
l;iti',ihi ile. lyUiy ;iiii ("cuiKHi tlicouul ut Itay,
si ali i-l Mfourf. Iu wit:
, r Nn. Oiif il), Tw. ).(. Tltreci ;i. Fmiri),
I'ncj, tlxtt'i, In lii"i k no. Tufiil-f iiiliti'jni
.ilt.. iui n -. oiii-H', 1wi(.:l, 'llirm-M. I'-iiinti,
.tm) Ki-tj.. in t'l' k ti", I wciity-wvcii, j7 hi
Hi- i.iii nl Vililjni. It iv county, Missouri.
Whic h axt ctnifVHin t a.s inmlc m 1 runt to
nut- ihic ami Ih iininuit. How, tln-rcforc. In
ti i-.troainf Willi lilt" provisions o( hiiIu ilt-cil o
;ri-t itinl at tlie reuuestof UiuifKal (loUicrof tali)
ii'ii-I nut :ih Haul Iru-Hlct jnoicvaui sell the
tlmvc ilfitcrlbcil n;U ect.ilt" at lite soiitli front
,l.nir o( Llit court lioiiMi In tliu city nf
UkIhuoikI, tu tlie county nf Jiiiy, ittatc o( Mismiu
ii. to Uif DlKlicai bitltltir. furc.tb,ut puliHcm'-
i (Oil, Oil
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1889.
Hctwccii the hours of nl m o'clock In tle frc
11-xni ami liv o tim k tn tlie aftcriKHiu of tliat
Uy, to nisly sai'l iioic, toKt-tlicr Willi llitj ciistu
uai cxpeiir ut ciecutiim Hilt trust.
MM lllUA.MH MAIll'KN,
1 Still They Come!
AnotherNew Finn lor 1? ichmond
R" HAYSOI IiCQd
Have opniHMl upon 1Iuk
and Lexington Avenues.
he pleased to meet their
corner oi' Camden
Where they will
Old I riends and
The Import0" of purifying tlie blood can
not be wen'sunmed. lor viuiimt pure
blood yoa caimot enjoy gaud health.
At this season Dearly every one neen a
good medicine to purify, vitalise, and enrich
the blood, and Hood s tiarsaparilla is worthy
your confidence. It Is peculiar in that it
strengthens and builds up the sj stem, creates
an appetite, and tnues tt e uigesiiou, wuhb
It eradicates disease. Give tt a trial.
Hood's SarsaparilLa i sold byaildrup?its.
Prepared by C. 1, liood & Co., Lowell, Ma.
IOO Poses One Dollar
cburch tbis week.
Krooa W. 8. Lttk we learn that
ht&uot LHlard's dug showed s.gns of
beiog mad l&t bundsy and created
cousiderablo considerable excitemeat
i i tba neighborhood. It attacked bis
tor aud tore bis clothes but fortunate
ly bit co one. btaut aiiot at it but
failed to bring it down and at last ac
count tbey mere tracking by it
bloud from wouudt and no doubt bis
twbip is no more by tbis time
Fine weatlier for corn gathering?
Wm. Wallace, Jr., and wife have re
turned to Vernon county to spen'l the
winter lliase Clara and Katie
Petree who spent several weeks risit
ing rclatires near this pln:e returned
to their born rr 1 ?rov
Sunday Bobert Wallace. Sr., and
wife will spond the winter with rela-
tivea near this place Misses Emma
Mohn and EtTie Michaels spent Satur
day and Sunday t is i ting Miss uazzie
Mohn north of this place John Kiddle
of ner Braymer spent Saturday and
Sunday visiting near this place WVu
Uic3 and wife of Cowgill spent Sundvr
Ttsitiny relatirea near this piace
Henry Fetree sni wife, and daughter
Fannie, of Tiumys Grore spent Sun
day near tbis place Will il.jbn ani
Jim iJeaphenbink went to Kichmoud
Saturday Mrs. Jessie toffman ir on
the alck list Frank Yjakuui, Ihitig
near this place is very low with
tiphoid fever Mrs. Hoier who ha
been quite sick Is convalescing Geo.
Alspaugh gave a spelling match at
Little Union, Tuesday evening last
The singing giren at the residence oi
Mr. Albert Michael Sunday evening
iast xas largely attended, and ail ap
peared to enjoy themselves splendidly
Quite a number of tha youDg fuik
east of this $Mti attended a storm par
Tnc ftrry lioat Maryland, of th New
Y rk & N?w Hiven railroad, whirh eou-vt-vs
cut by v. qtrr to f ther railiua'U, was
burnt-d j tle wate-i 'a e iife in the Harlem
river th ot'ier n gut, luuther with sev
eral railroad '.-ai s.
bT the will of Kelca E. Kobrtou,
which w (fTcit'd ft.r piotnte at w
York r-ct?ntly, tha - ie of her estate
atter various minor Ifju-t-t is nivn to
tta' hh a h inc fur cnai lintc poor fami
lie to have brif-f uniTuer nut nt; free of
expanse. The bfr-j-itt a:n"iint to "J.'Oi.
AFTEK f.ur days of intense ;iirilng
Without foid or ir nk an i lanhed to tlie
afterboti-e. f" ir nurvivort of the crew of
in m-n'.in-r i nei ii i v J wwie lenned
'1 nankiK v "ii 'iB' ni1'' bmusht to New
York, 'i nrt? were -li owiiad in ths hurri
caiiv of N iv-riit.r 2't.
ii K1 AirK W. hEWARU a brother of B?
retary of iSutf d, die 1 at Florida,
Y., recently, ag-d eighty.
FrRTHUR arrest by huf(rh's men for
courimg rabb.ti have beu tiiuda on Lonfr
laUnd. Previous pruaecutitjiia tor cruelty
to aniinait faiiad.
AT foterton, N. J.. the other morning
an Erie railroad train it ruck a milk wagon
at a street crossing and killed two of tha
three occupants, John C. Kutf and his
brother, il. J. Hull.
C'cnOKreM.AS N. W. NiTTiso is re
ported u(Tring at Oscgo, M. Y., from
cancer of the tonyan.
Hkkbuax, one of the men chaiged with
af-eaiptei robfjery and muid-r of Hliil
Dalv. tha itortiiia man, in a New York
flat, when atttmpnni; the "hanger Sh.w'
The Xationril Z'ltung denies that there
any uuifa in tha uniater rumors regara
iiiK Km per or Williaiu'a health.
The annual convention of the American
Federation ol Lattor began at Ut. Louis on
Menator M. C. Butler haa been ra-sect4
by tha Mouth Carolina Legislature to lbs
i.mtefi tttatea Henate as bis own suc
Unexpected entbufiaam for the Ruasiao
loan prevailed Id France, Off art
tliree or four timet lu excess of tha amount
The Senate on the 11th further diicusted
the tubititute for the Millt Tariff bill. Tba
House was in committee ou tba Direct
The fl rt National Katiluith ron vent ion
wa held at Washington on the lllh. Col
onel fchepant. of the New York Si'iit and
AM the treasury official at Madrid have
been imprisoned, jmnding an inquiry Into
the robbery of ePJ.uOO from the Govern
ment depotit bank in that city.
Tha aUsamer Circaeala baa arrived at
New York after a temper uoua voyage.
Hoveral of tha officers ware injured by the
beavy seas b Baking over the vessel.
A letter has been transmitted to tba
House from ths Public Priuur, aubmittmg
an eitlmate for a deficiency appropriation
of jaVwu t jr tha currant fiscal year.
It is announced that Italy will construct
a railroad on the Italian aide of tba Biraplon
tunnel and will giant a subvention of sev
eral million francs in oon n action with that
I Hchool elect'on took place at Boston on I
I the Uth. Oreat excitement prevailed and
ORDER CF PUBLCATIHN-
S T.VTK (K MISSOUH1. I
roLMY hav. i Iii the Ray Circuit
t unii. r et'riiiiry lenn. lMfi
in Die lut t ireuit court Monday, October 1st.
oc;oi.lt iL-nii a. w.
j uuu UuR, fialutill.
Kliuhe'll iMiff , IiefemUnt.
.ow, it Una tit.) conica ihe PlulntlfT licri'ln, liy
iii Aiioriif-j aiio upon nioiiou khu oy it-uve in
ouri nits ins ijfiniou auu Hinunvii, aiif(;iof,
.tin i'H o ht-r ibuiKi. tliat lf mlaiit li u uoii-r.-s-
lUt-nt ol ttiv Mle 't mu-h mri and it tpM'.arihK
Uf tlie aLinliU'iiou of tuu court ihat said letenU
. ..m in a mm-result-nt ut Mm Slaie of Minnourt
'ail liol Uu BilliillKUietl in tll.it U' LiUii.
lii-rt-(iou. il iHiirdfi-ed by the Court, that
ii iK-it-init-i uv uoiineu uv I'liiiiicauon uiui
.ii uti it hujt coiniiH'iicd a suit atciiiuni hr in
Has court the uieit and K"ifiiU nature or
,ii ten 15 iu oouuu a uutiiiieiiauu itecrv oi in it
Luiin uivotLiDK nit ina.iuin irom uiu uonuti oi
iiiaIi iiuuiHi bctiHutkirw coiiirucleii with I lit- de-
ifinlaut mi Lne iir.iunds thai tiie said tlftenitiLiil
Mhoiiy Ui!iX't(aro:iiK her uuiler as the wile ol 1
iiaiukiil has uet.-r.tHi ruiniill without a rt-ato
uein unit ou aud auiM-ar ul thu Court, at tin
uei. term lUereut . vu uv heuun ami holueu at lli l
Court House, in me iuy oi hiciiiiioiiu. in nam
uuly, uu uie ruuriu nay m reurunry i
uil on or be. ore tlie bixin uav of aaid lenu
kiie lenn kJi tall lona couintinue auu II nut.
tnen on or ueluie luo ial Uay u said lerin An
swer ur uli-uU to the iv Uiioii In itaid eautte, the I
Aiiie wm he utke-i aa rouicHMnl, aud JuUuiinjnl
in ou rmiutii'u ueoioniji'j
And it ta 1-urUier ilnlerwl, that a copy hereof
jjuo isut-i, ULCuruiiiK in taw. in me itu u
utl Duiuocial a uttwsuaiier ortDWdainl uuu-
lishi o nocorniti 10 iaw in iticuiuouu itay cuuu
Mia,uri tkixl LIilH UmUM' in Ouul liueo.
J.nu. it. itKKfc.N. Ciriull Clerk.
A true cotiv lroi Die leoonl. I
. . , vt i. ut nit my iiauu. ana uie seai oi me
hkai. Cln:iiil court ut iwy couui), iiiis itb
"' Ol .NOV. A. IJ lM,
ij-4t J.M.). It. tiKKK.N.Cimiit clerk
I, (iarner & oou, au o ior ruuiiun.
McDONALD'S Winter 'Wraps Oh Mj !
The talk of 11 the town!
Their Qualities are way up h'.gh,
Their lricei are way down!
In Beaver, Astrakhan or lMusn,
la Miort Wraps or la Long,
Come get your choice before the rush
Tbej'ie "cialllng- for a Sang!"
For lioneat Goods and Nobby Styl e
You'll find us la the van
Heed not the 6peecha that beguile
But save your Cash! ou can
.11 SAL bhlTI.HMfc.NT NO'iiCK Notice is
LI Uuruliy Kiien lo ail ciealloia auu olheia tu-
iciMBita iu hue ciwib
JuliN W Ut'KTUN.
iJMceated. that Uiu uii'lersuntuaoiiiinutrutor ol
a.ut-nial. . luiL'inls to uiuKf iiuat ftiiiuinuui men
I at tin.' IK-XL lenu oi luu nun .tin court ui Ha
oouuij , -Mo., to uu begun and hi-id at tlie court
"lie Hi mo cny 01 ivinunoim ut saiu vuuui)
uiuoa.iuarj icriu, iw.
o.4 b. T. BL HTON, Auiu'r.
of blackmail, has confetwel. He lys the a beavy vol was pulled. It was thought
chief bianieon hiseonfodet ate, Meredith.
Tut engineers on the New York steam
lighterage boats stni'jk recently a(ta:nst
a reduction of Jn en's an hour paid for
over time and In conita'L'aeiica all Lbs boats
have laen la d np.
Admiral Leroy died at New York on
thel'nn. He was born In 1K1, aud aaw
'1 be (ullowinp is Irwra the Foil and
E)trees, Rocheater, X. Y.: A Uuchea-
ti man who was recently in Missouri
rj'ia.l sbuotin' fouud a prai.'Uce
ugjc there that, ll allowed lo con
tinue, must soon produce alxmt the
same rftVoi on Hub White in that statc
tbat hits bs-n brought about with the
ildpiion. Weu mere aeeu nt-ttiug
tfiual bv Uie hun1re4 the uUu lullowud
LttiiJie to aet UHt ucts uo auilaUe
vrojnd and driv the birds into the
If h moviog on Um oa horebaci.
Tre roof of Jnhn Illintrsworth's new
atevl works at Harrison, N J., fell tba
.Wkr..-;.iiM iai: Ti. ia. I"'!" " " Sm0"
was caused Ly too strong presuie on tha
tha ticket nominated by tba committee of
luu was elected.
Judge Hage has signed tbs petition to
Preideut C eveiand for tba pardon of
Benjamin F. Hopkins, exassistant cashier
of the defunct F.deluv Bank of Cincin
nati, od the ground that Hopkins Is
tfc leauiat Caoiuet meeting was held at
tha White House on tba 11th, All tba
mamberawais present. Tbs session lasted
about two hours, and was mainly devoted
Ht tlie derailment of two Boston A AN
rany fre'ht trums at Ashland, Mass.,
toe other moiniiit;, an enineer was Ladly
hurt and tiiouKand uf do .ars' ilamaxe done.
The steamer Orcaeia has arrived at
New York after a tempestuous voyage,
Heverai of the olhVers eie injured by the
heavy seas breaking over the vessel.
Hr iiOL elections tk place at boston on
the Utb. Greet excitement prevailod and
a beavy vote was polled. It was thought
the ticket indorsed by ths committee uf
lOv at elected.
'j lie tvaji r.
TH'jMaS Ax' oitTllT, defaulting elty
treasurer of C i-viand, O., who is now In
Louden, haa ma le a proposition to return
!slj.'iO to the city and iu two years to
reps v h s b in'Ntnn tf profct-cution is
diojped and bh is permitted to return to
luz shelter of the copper mining oom
panv at Anaronda. .Mont, hm teeii shut
d"wn for an in-lefinile tmif, throwing
l.Yjoraen out of woik. Twentynv bun
dred m.neis are also tf n;tcl.
Ji.H fci. I.aWia, receiver of the defunct
insurance company of Kloux Kalis. lk
An explosion occurred In shaft No. 9 of
Canneld coal min at Canon City. Col.,
recently, resulting in the instant death of
Henry Wallace, the mine foreman, and
Feter O. Howay and tba fatal wounding
or ten or a doxen others.
Fanama canal shares were reported
panicky in Faris. Various schemes were
eucgstel to prevent a collapse, lii
Littepi w ished Vj make tba project an in
tern al too al one, tn which England and
America would be invited to participate.
Madame boul anger in aa Interview re
centty denied that aha bad refused to live
with ber butband. Bhe complained that
he was trying to play Napoleon and make
her his Josephine, bhe then burst into
i tears and begged to be excused from an
: swering further questions.
The will of Ushl'in Hands, a patent med
' Icine man of New Yotk, who was killed by
a fall from his borse tu Hot tan Row, Lon
j don, which bad been submitted to sur
: rogate for construction, has bean sus
tamed- It disi.oss of several million dot I tt f isr . i
Jars. Hia w.dow. Mary ii. Hands, is al Xf MniYlftTlt II ft fl
wh0 UUri lUUIUOlJl IlDQiJO
II . '
niece of VtceFresideut'elect Morton,
retirut it roiteii all throuifh. There were
ty hear Tioneys Grove on last Tuesday do assets except wonhkss notes and ths
'I BhEk gt AHlER of the large Imn ship
nigUt and report a splendid time We
are wondering why L. K. looked so
leaely at the singing Sunday evening
Misses Joe and Coon, Dickson and
Arobit Divilbi.s all of Tinners Grove
and Looms Brown of Bray m or were all
present at the sieging Sunday evening
A literary society has been organiz
ed at Little L'nioa. The society will
meut every Thursday uiglit Kev.
Butler of Winstuu will preach at Link
Cuion church next Sunday evening ut
7 o'clock p. ui. Died, miles eat nf
tbis place, Dec. l'Jth, Fcter Mulz of
bout erisipulas, his reuiaius were laid
to rest in the New Hope cemetery od
tue 11th, by a large cuncoure of wccp
log relatives and friends Died, at his
houie, near Uussslville, Deo. bill, of
newt disease, Bta Gtmi, br. ToF4r.
bu:idng p;ant ot the (i.ot iron m trks in
Cleveland O., d'h'iovel by rlie re- i
oeutlr. The burned portion as feet
in length and fhtv feet m width, and the j
damage amount) 1 to insured. i
MM' of the evicted settlers on the fjes I
Moines river land" in low a threaten to re
turn in defiance of the t. nned btatas
court's ordets. Troub'e is feared.
1 he boiler in Stiohlsa: Hamuli's frrd
m.li at Trowhii-lce, explode 1 ret oitiy,
killing fNnrv llumuu unl AllTt Kleiii,
a ctiitoinei, wli'i vt it suti-lnifc u tu by
watting to tonit- l' i d t;r Mimi. Wmluce
bti-.hl and oiie l..,y i n ind'y injoi. d.
'lllK Kansua ( liy & houUiuiu liii-, from
KdiiKU Hy to (jvtoiu, wan loimal.y
opooed u tlje l"lii.
The -'ht ago, ht. Fnu! A: Onm Iih railroad
tan ut talu-s from Ht. J'mil lu Ihchu to
ST for Piat em mi pMnseiiK-i's- It alleged
that aeveial lines er fei.ietly lulling
through scalpers. 1 he others met the cut.
Ths switchmen on the Vandalia road In
, h coal nvlili vt Ciay C'vuuiy, Ihd j siruik
Grsla and provialoae.
KaNKas City. Dec. 11
nirn-Wesk- XX. Il XXX. Si 10; fsav
tiy .11 fa'itv. extra faoot. H 1'B.Su.
Wnr-htts"iy: No. S red, Iwcember.
Ml. W atUcd. Mur. )')) bid. 1 flt asked.
No a red. -aih. W-,p bid. Ueoember.
No. 8 son. Jaouary. ls--e bid
Il 'W skM.
OtHaNomlnsl; No t east. t7c bid, tTe
iH-eruifter. vc bid V aefl, May
kwSc hid, 4'c aikea. No 9 wkitr, Mar, csS
0ts No. 9 nuih Mo asked; May,
lira io uiui nor ooerinifs.
Piuiitm.a Miiuc, wciak ; fancy eeeameey,
Die; good, 4Uot luiicy dairj, iMfgS, sieaily at
Pkjiv Blows Bams (surar euredt, 10
breiakfai buoon, H9; dried ueeL So; eieaf
r.h sides (stuokeii. In-J6. long aiaar tid
S im . sliouldees. ; ift; staurt elesr sides. l-lWj
lii-ns ptira. l a V5 ueroe lard. t7 73.
Cirri.a L- r; tit"tier' and ahipplna. f tl 00
(", II tnJiiii TU; s lookers aud leaders,
W )u it
huaae-lsiow; sales al IllOijllO.
Bogs Lower; packuig aud tuif ii.ng, f 4 ( 1
SJ, Ughk Ifc-TlisfrJ.
CnstoiniM's unci make new onos also
Our aim will ho to keen on haml a full ami
complete stock of every thlnkept In a lirst
class urocery store.
GOOD GOODS and as low as we imssiblv
inseiiinein ami iaw.
BUTTER & EGGS, always on
hand when in the country to bo had.
We are closing out Our Stock (it Drv Goods, Hats Boot
& fttiocs ana eeryuung connoctetl witu Dry uooiis t uost-
iive us a cUl and we will try to treat you right.
It. HAYSON & 00.
E. E. WILLIAMS
Successor to McCARTY & CO.
Will continue the business at
the old stand in the P.O. Room.
Attorney at Law,
Will attfiiil nrfimutlr to all bn,lnMt
mtruatcd to hi, car. Offlre in bulidli'f
outb of tha Democrat blllff.
J B, HAMILTON,
Attorney ax Law,
RICBklOND, MO, i
Will aiailiw In all ttiConrt, nf fh
OUDt lua clrculk Hirlal Ktlrntloa
fn.u M eoUMUua. Ulilc la iu, sour.
imrnji Lai i:t K;tir!:i Fusuc
Will Dractlra la all th court, of Ry.
Srctal attcniluB irlvcn to coHftmn,.
OfBoa apstalra. twa ttoort cut al tha
C. F. a R. E. ESTE3,
Attorneys at La-w
and Notary Publio,
Will mr m la . I. (III. l'rl..
twr.l bu.lD ...U.,to. V Wlt6 I r.in3'Ji..,.
I Attorneys at Law,
Will pra-tlce Ik ,11 lb, Courrt of ttl
Itaut. Otr lourh.a.t corner Kjuara,
tpstalrt. Waat at Wmiod Hour.
II. C. GARNER.
Phytician and Sut ftn,
Ofllea orr ZUt C. SaTiniri Bjok-
G. W. BUCHANAN, tt, C,
Oflloa OTr Barlnr, Bank.
araar South ,Dd 8lxtw ,u
starlnc addd tha Nw Roller rrncM
ar now turnlns; out a qualify ol
lour umurpaiavd. Klour aiohaucJ fof
srMeat. ttatUfacuon guarantwt
J. R. HAMACHER it BRO.
fOnt NldrmaTr'i old lUnd) li tin
I Uo to get an esvay shave, a ?0(h1 ahaaa
ioo or a neml hair cw Trr him, t7-
Ou door aait of Uuchei' B
ski II.K.MKNT Nil 1 1CK. NiiLiuh Ih
li- rcuy tfivtfii to iui creditors aiil uliiuia lu
eu-a u uio vm.miv ui
.-.ami i.i. ( ULI.I.Y.
cfiuit'il, ttiti ii'te uiuU'i-siiiiiftl, Executor
I ttitl istatu, a. It nils to iiiako luiiil biilu-iihiii
.T,.iI U.L Lilf Lt?lL lurill Ol liitt I I UUillt- . OllTl Ol
ttiiv count) , Mo., to bo UfkiH" 1" lit'lU at tue
oourl Utn-e lu tue city ot KicuinubU, in aaid
county, at tue January lerot, iw. ,
"lINAI. KKTTI.KUKNT NOTK'K Notlt'i
L ln n lty liivt-n to aU crvdltora autl oiutrs iii-
!(- a'1, tliat tlie ui)Uerinii(3-l administrator
of nalu usiaut, iiiittnua to iiiuku unui dt-iut'iiKiii
riii'ii'iii hi Hi I'tikl Utiu ol lu l roualo court ul
Hay tiouDt), Mo., to ti bcKUU iiinl tit-id at tlie
1 1 hull.- Ill th citv ol ItlclllUOlill. Ill Bultl
county iu Jauoary, ImaJ. ou Jaiiuirj 16, iiau.
51-4t U. U, VUL.NU, AdiuT'
I am constnnt-
ly adding new
Goods to my slock
ELRY and SILVERWARE.
A share oi public
solicited, satisfaction guaranteed.
E R WILLIAMS,
work entrusted to
my ore, will be
neatly and irmp
,ly attended to.
TO ADVER1IS RS
A list of lfl nw.-..if-ri (Hvitli d into STAT
I ES AND rtECllUNa will be wntou hi.1l-jiiioo
Tolho9 who want th1r a'lvi'illsinir vtiy.
I we cuioflrr no iKjittr mt'illiiin tor liiiioiin unit
I pnTt'C'lvt! work thuii (In- vnrluns n-cu.ti.f) of our
sKl,Kff,1 mm l i V
S. I. HOW r.l.Bj A t W..
iewi.rtiit-r AiUi-iUiini; Hiirrtiii.
lu hprucf Hlrt'L-', -w Yotk,
The Santa Fe Route
The Handsomest Trains in thu World
CHICAGO & KANSAS CITY
The Pullman Vestilmle Trains
Chicago, Santa Fe & California H'y.
Are th nearest approach nn wheel
to Hie comforts anil eoiivt'nu'tit-eu of
home. A prominent ft'nt nil im nutat
ed with the N-uttrt Fe WnlihuiM tr.iina
is the abdinlmiiiiHiit oi tin; car .Hloves,
Ami the introd'.ici inn of htfHiu hat
taken dirpt from the loeomwtive. The
trains arn lighted by lnctncity. These
trains am built to take rank over all
others, and to a fiord pawners the
(? rue teat safety aud utmost i-oinfort.
The Santa Fe Route.
Dealer la Kentucny Wlilsklea, Uiau-
Jioa Ac. W ould auk the aiuiuliuu ul
uia pouple ut Uay cuulIY, to tue tol
lottiug uraada ut Hue liuuuia, aulU at
tae lu unco attaoued.
arararar arar war or
Muliiavet' WuiakT SveaiiolU 4.0C I
May Held Wbuky 4 yeara 014 a OC I
silver (Jreet Wtiiaky V yeart uld a.&t
t me ny. uouruuu yeara uia i.ut
I'ana Uouiuuu 1 years uld 1.60
Virginia Apple Braudy 4 yrs uld o.oU
Ail kiuds ut Callluruia Wmei from
1 oo lu ej.iiti.
-its jL-i jajti j&jeui
A.U if uuua gu.rauieeu aa repreueuieu.
1 buy my good, dlreot from distiller.
m kentucty aud 1 am thus enabled to
notupete witu Kimaaa tjuy aud tat.
i . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i
liud airely boxed and mi Willi no
cnarge lur nuxiug.
Addreai or Call on
Cor. Public aquara. Lexington, Mo.
In order to'repair and xrrange Our Shop", we
w pmLo-wer Pricf Tha Ever on
BUGGIES. SPBING WAGONS &to.
Come il You Want a BARGAIN
and get the Best on Earth f'the Least
Money mbsr everything is guaranteed to
be as represented.
POWELL & SONS.
Our Broadcloths, Henri
ettaa and Plushes aie just at
band, and we open the fall
campaign with a handsora
line af these (roods in all the
o.mbr. uc ma. newest hades, at "Fair prices
M". for fine Goods." Look at our
40 inch silk finifhed Henriett
for 60c, fr our 46 ir.i h one,
Kern at 75c, or one fit) inch
Broadcloth in 10 different col
or and all tho latest at $1.23.
These values are away under
the market and we know it.
Ladies, come and select
your new costume from the
beautiful Dress Goods stuck
now ready at McDonald
Tills old Kmrllsb Family Medicine In
u, for 6 yir, all over the world,
fur lille, iudigesllun, tlrer, Ac '
Of Pure Vegetable Ingredients.
FREE FROM UEBOVHT,
We would respectfully an, i ounce to the public that
we have bought out the old firm of W. 1). Itice &
Son and will bo pleasad to meet all the old patrons,
. .. ..... .e -l.l c...
we shall retain me reputation ui mo uiu una.
Hardware of all kind,
Full Line of Groceries.
MIXKUS TOOLS, A Specially.
Trusting to meet you at the Old Quarters, We remain
J. W. GREEN & 00.
FOR " Akl
ll haH nnrinnnrntlvotiren THorsiANitg
nf i-itki'H jii(tinuin,;d liy uinuorii liopo
liHi. IT vnu huf ur4tmoiiliTV fvnin
tonis, m li-li HM 4'oilKlt, IMIllfllliy of
IJr'Hlhlii(T, Ac,, ihm't h'lnv, hut tine
1MHO S Ct'KJC ro CONtsUMI'TloN
f .y.4 fi t
Try the Cure
Ely's Cream Balm
Cloftnses the Nasal Pasnp;ofl. Al
lays Inflammation. EfoalH tho Soros.
Bestoret the Souaea of Tuntu, tiiuoli
A parilel ! apptlrd iBlownt'ti nnatrll an4
H aroraiblf. PrlroMh'. Hi lruUir t'V
ia.lT. KLY BHOT HElt!S.ha Wturon Mi.S-w VJj;
THE JACCARO WATCH . VilLM CI,
DEALERS IN WATCHES, DIAMOND ASD JEWELRY.
WIO MAIN HTllUUT, KAMSAH CITY, MO.
Couotry Orders Clieerlully soil I'rouiptlv tlllecl . Hil l;
JulcRtt autl Moat Ulruol
ChlcBUO, Burllnsfton. Fnrt Madison
! Keokuk, Hannibal, (Juiucy,
AND ALL POINTS ON
caci.0,' mxsm i nsn& cn
Farminarton, Milton, IllnnmllaM
Muultnn, Mendota, I'nionviM", Milan
Urowninir, Linnitu., Lucledr,
Hale, tarn. Illuii
AND WAY STATIONS
Close connections are tmde at LACLtDl
With trains of the
II. Af T. .1. It. It,
enabling pasiieugerg hih) fn inht tu
reach all MInmhii'I lllvcr points,
KAN8A8 NEW MIX IK), ( OI OIUDO,
and the HOL'rilWEMT.
This Is the Uift l.inrbv aiili h to rcai'b
RT PALL, MISM-.AI'Ol.ld,
M'IRIT LAKE and the Mlltl ll-M fs f.
and at Ilnrlliiulini
roHkHs close t'onncci ion for
C'lilfHiro snd JN..VV Vorlc
and Ihe ATLANTIC si'AIIUAIlli
Especially noted lor Fnst Cttck
For Information alioiil the ''I ih.imj
ton Hcil.Tii, call on upem or a 'iiir.ua.
C. SI. I. .far. UuW'tnl Klllull
buv enuieiidfiit i iii i 1 At-va