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;v-Notice to tkaciif.ks: l'utj.ic tit-
i.. i.iiinin t)'-irh In IS.Tte rnmitv.
be hel'J on tlie 3d Saturday of each
'nth in the Ohio street school house,
But'Ci ant' on t'ic Saturday of
tKh month in U e West bide school hou--e,
Rich Hillp Mo., the examination co:r.
tcenciri;rach da' at QoVWk, A. M.
J. II. HINTO.V,
Cruntv School Corim.i si'ji:tr.
-I W. Tl'CKKR, Citv Aiirtinrefr,
dues u general collecting hu-i-ft.
All order left at the. Ti.Mirs ofiKo
wiil rcrelve promr-t .V?--ntion . s-'ii-.i
J. K. Brngler wants n lot of -v'.od
farm loans riiiming from 6 to iS
iron'!'. This is a good chance for
farmers to pet short loans, or sell
fhort rc-.tl estate p.iper.
Our esteemed republican friend,
Dr. E. Fylc, said that he undei stoo
1 skunk had pasted through town on
last Tuesday. Ainhody set-- it?
Ii. F.ni'g, an enthusiastic
jcuiig denioci ;t, and a clever gen
tleman fiom Mingo township, was
in the city Sutia !;iy and iaored the
It is sal J the nightwatch Ime ar
ranged to resign to-morrow night.
They had just as well as the newly
elected hoard w ill certainly bounce
them if they don't.
The Marshall Intelligencer is nt a
loss to know why the Texas delega
tion in congress voted solidly to pen
lion Mrs. Grant and almost as solid
ljr against the hill to pension Mrs.
Try this recipe for pie: The pulp
ot one lemon, chopped fine,vith half
1 cup of raisins ; add two tablespoon
fuls of flour, one cup of sugar, and
one ot water. Hake betw een two
A goo ! dtti ct;ve for sa- ch-.sp.
All applicators rr.u-t bo made to the
old town board on or before Ti.ur--
day nrght. For reference a t ''::.
tfications and ability, enquire ot
In looking over cur announcement
column we notice the names of Wm.
S. MuJd, J. V. Enr.is and C. D.
Cole, candidates for associate justice
county com t lion, the northern dis- i
trie. -vi o tin? above i.a.r.c -i j
gv:.t.....o ..:e qualified and
conipeU i.t t .. perlorm the dutie ot
the cfllce, r.nd the democracy v. v;ld
make no mistake in the chooh.g
either t,f t!.tu: as the party non.ir.e-:;;
Thf iT;cl ii ;F Herald
Mo. Pacific railroad official
given Collins and Kneedhim, two
lai'hr'ul section foremen, of tkatc..
due notice that they i:iu.t eit!:er writ
draw from t'::e Knight ot Labor, or
be dismissed from the service of the
company. When Mr. Hx' gts
down to the section men, who have
taken no part in the present strike,
he 1? certainlv showing his hand.
J. M. McK:bv'cn has received his
1 ooeneu them out for
'!:' a good farm hand,
appiy to aldtrman Smith after to
A soft p'ace wanted immediately
' ():' t W o f- ' :'l : , J lur'i . 1 r-l-i -ir l
amateur d-tvetives. Apply to the
old town coii'-cil on or bvf ..re to-
Clinton, Mo., April 10, 'S6.
I- D. Allex. The railroad meet
to t"-e held here next Tuesday has
been postponed at the request of
-'resident Tiernan, until Thursday,
April 29th. Yours truly,
E. W. Snyder.
a he case ot Jc
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n : t;:e c:ia:::w.o:i
)(.: oi Iuder. Last
e v.er.t to the bat and
eked the republican party so high
cy v.-retu: ;! :w o .ai, ir.ak
.; :- .: e r;;i: '.villi ease.
rv .vat;.r rn r--.tn f.r.or.:.:
two cm-- li.'.t'e for the -the
-ime !i-:e. Ilvnr.-:
course, c!t!:cr t'ie horn
Mrs. F. M. DeLaVrergnc, for 17
jears a teacher iit the public schools
it Clinton, and one of the most high
ly respected citizens ot that city, died
it Eureka Springs a few day s ago
here she had gone for her health.
Dr. . T. Walls has rented the
Humphrey property south ot town
on the Rich Hill road : nd will take
profession of it this week. He will
trect a telephone from Dixie's dm;
itore to his residence, and answer
Calls night or day.
The 1'leasant Hill Review vants
1 primary election lor Cass county,
and asks the central committee to not
let the date lor said election of coun
ty candidates later than the middle
of June, Early conventions seem to
be the rage this year.
Our cultured and refined young
lady friend, Miss Lida Bell, of New
Home township, returned this week
from a two week's visit at Butler.
During Miss Lida's sojourn she was
the cuest of Mrs. W. C. Bewley.
Spmgue cor. R. H. Review.
Wades extreme modesty in claim
K the credit for the result of the
city election is only equaled by the
man who witnessed the contest be
hveen the bear and his wife from a
Kcuie fceat in the loft, and a'ter the
-Id lady had vanquished the bear
-'aimed the ere. lit.
o" can always
ki-s the bride. When he is
pe:vat!:, you iuv M lor trie ocula
t!on ; whe- she is of gentle birth you
get it for no-.hing. And they say
Poland is a downtrodden country.
.Messrs. J. M. CaUcrlhi and Hen
r.etr. Wheeler & Co., have about
completed their iron implement
several ether :;v.p.
been set for he..ri
court tor the . .
one or Lenbo' -
i'erore t::e court on t
interest of hi client.
.t ca?ts lias
it day in the
m-a:i, deputy shentt, arrtst-
L. L. Williams, ot Bocnevdle,
deputy U. S. Marshal, was in the
city yesterday and gave i:5 a pleas
ant call. He is a fine lookiiv cn
t;em in and in size compares favora
bly with our own Willis The two
make a team to strike terror to the
hearts of bravest criminals.
A .Marti, rer an 1 V.nv
S. A. B-dl ,J
ej one i..ia:u Daniels in the mines
Iat Thursday and c-roughr him to
Butler and landed him behind the
bars. Daniels w as wanted m Mor
gan county 0:1 a charge of murder in
the second degiee and for burglary.
It seems that s-ne time ao he broke
1.. to a ianrer-s house who3e wife
was ens ure and lightened her so
that sh? d-ed in giving birth to her
child. The odieers have been on his
track ever smce, and the first of hist
weeii the s:ier:f cf
Iaby Carriages; in
oiulloss variety, irom
84.00 to S25.00 at
V. ,1. Jowett's, 0vora
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N. Davis on trial at Ilarrisouv.'dc
hast week, received a sentence of
two years in the penitentiary. The
jury made one mistake m their ver
dict, it should have read six. Davis
mu t s-.iff-r or the loi
go hungry. We !cnv
is ot t!-e lb-.'
cide which cretin!:? 1
)lacc in the heart oi its edh
oin(." candidate or tlie fore;-'
V "v..-. ! v.-.u s::ory occupy them, was a former saloon keeper of this
I b"V "mKl'l"'" hi., J: .irro ..n 1 .v.' ., .1 .. 1. . 1 . . 1
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' ' I'up.eineiiis 10 supply ciptes, an-i when fee .oidoJ his tent
the whole of Bates county.
V e regret very much to learn ot
t..e deal.-, ot httle Ilarrv Rilev. son
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o. A-. lv:iev. ;rmeilv ot Sum -
niu t.v.v.isl.ip, r.ow oi Normal, 111.
L:t!'e ITt.rry wns a bright, intelligent
tt;e iei.ow, and the pride and hope
of his fond parents, to whom we ex
tend our sincere sympathies.
Here is the latest swindle: 'One
sharper agrees to buy a farmer' bmd
and pays him $30 to bind the c -n.
tract. Another sharper comes a'org
offers $00 more and gets the pro
mise of it if the farmer can huv off
the first ''purchaser," who soon
comes around and insists on his
bargain. Iut will not give up tor
$300. This the farmer agrees to
and pays back the $30 and $270 m
addition. The second purchaser
don't make his appearance, thus
leaving the farmer the loser.
Was Cv.ngrt-5'i;;m St-.m-: .dv.-.nt
in the "cloak room," or where v.w;
he, when the arbitration bill passed?
Perlnps he went out to hunt up Cro.
Wade! We move a commitee
Springfield to chose one, Nevada
another, and Butler the third. This
mystery must he cleared up. Car
thage Patriot. No, he was not in
the "cloak room," but was very
busy at work tor his constituents
sending out seeds to democratic
Wade announces again this week
that he is out of politics. It this is
true, anel it must be, tor he has as
serted it often, we pity him. As
one pities a fish out of water, even so
should Wade be pitied. Record
We feel for you Ero. Wade, What
has Judge Parkinson been doing.-' Is
he "a dead cock in the pit:" if so
please let us know it. Hume Star,
We would have thought that the
Judge's cftcial organ would keep
posted in his canvass without having
to call on Stone's organ.
ciples, and when he ,'olded hi
and left for Pleasant Ili'd to engage
in the same busines-, no tears were
shed at his loss by oui c.tizeiis, and
we feel safe in adding that all will
be glad to leain that he has conclud
ed to represent Cass county in the
lower house at Jefferson City.
lauded in Rich Hill and in company
Kh t.eputy Beal! visited the mines.
bj:;;e oi I)cah' iiitnds gave him to
u::.:ei stand that his man was in the
T . ' - . t .
!K.i..n A cri'iiGl'V. Oil! tnnt imc oir
was looking fer him. On Thursday
Sam was intornn-d that Daniels was
there, and he went out and by a pret
ty little piece of strategy bagged his
game. The Morgan county sheriff
anived the last cf the week with the
proper papers and secured his man
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uki went 0:1 his way rejoicing.
We ddin- Bell.
Rev. Walker, of Butler, and Miss
Ella Aurand, were married by Dr,
Moad at the residence of bride's
pr.reuts last night.
A brilliant assemblage graced the
elegant parlors, and at S o'clock Miss
I am now St .Ay
for business in my new
Iron Carriage Shop,
where 1 will be pleas
ed to see my old ens
tomers ami many new
ones. I am prepared
to furnish buiriric:' of
cheap, medium or hue
tirade as cusioiiier
Judge A, Ritchey and R. II.
may wish, at oy
known prices. Also
Nannie Holliday, playing a wedding fcy.) OU ialld ill! kiUUJt
march, and the bridal party entered
and stood bene h a large floral wed- Of bU"y l'Cl HUT'S and
Umg hell, made ol cedar, white i 1 1 1 i e l
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Browning, of Altona. leave next roscs and a wmte calIa 'y suspend- vlv "-'" rJ
Lewis Hoffman attended the wool Monday for California. Oregon and ed 111 tIie centre. The bell was hung nn(l wtlOYm Vt ! VI 1 H
convention in St. Louis iast Washington Ty. Thev '0 on a bus- -between the folding doois, and the , . . 1 :
week, and reports a big turn-out and ,n..ss ,n,i niPa,r,. tri. ,.n.-.l,in,l,n,l picture presented, was lovely indeed. 1111(1 101 lailltlll I. LoilU
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mieiesimg and instructive wiII probably be gone all summer orieie wore a costume ot rich
convention. Lewis expects to nush I imvr.!;nn i,.. t cream satin, made en train, rnrsnop
A I .'."l-ll UilULJ-il Itit tCSL. 1 . U I -I .
lis wool trade tar into Kansas the hotter men are not known in our cut V shallc ; vcrskirtdraped grace-
coming season, and we predict a county, Jude Richey bein a n ex- puHv with orange blossoms ; a wrenth
nourishing and lucrative trade for j member of the county court and Mr. J ot l'lc same lowers arranged diagon-
ms enterprise and good Browning one of the first young gen- ali' acibS Uie lront? a white tulle
tlemen in the county, both for busi- veil extending from the crown of her
ncss and sociability. They are de- he:u! to the 1,oor; h:,ir worn hISh-
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serving of the confidence and esteem ine :'oom was tastelully attired
of a!l with whom thev come in con
tact. We wish them success and a
pleasant trip and a sate return
business qualifications deceive.
We see from the .Sentinel-Demo
crat, Mt. S'.eibng, Ky., that Judge
C. W. est, of Cynlln.ir.a.has been
appointed governor of Utah, and
Hon. J. Cabell Breckenridge ha
been appointed Surveyor General ot
Washington Tv. Mr. Breckenridge
tiie eldest son of the late General
John C. Breckenridge, ant! is now a
resident of Texas. Both of the above
gentlemen are old tnends of B. B
Bigstafl, ot Summit township.
in'bhick; white gloves.
and see me.
J. K. Bruglar wants more appl:
cations for first-class loans. 7 pet
cent, interest and commission, .i-tf
We have the best $2 man shoe in
the county and the celebrated James
The supper was not the least of Means $3 shoe that caps thorn
the pleasures afforded on the joyous
occasion, and was a grand affair,
and enjoyed by all.
The happy bride and groom will
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Six per cent, money at Ben B.
Can'ei but y & Go's. ,) 31
A meeting of the members ot the
race association was held in the Pal
ace hotel parlors on Monday morn- remain in Clinton several days, be
ing, for the purpose of perfecting fore leaving for Kentucky,where they
arrangements fcr the races to be had will spend some time visiting. They
on the 22, 23 and 24th otthis month, will make their home in Butlei, Mo.
On motion J. R. Simpson was elect- The many fiicnds and associates
The Butler Legion No.S4ot Select ed President; J.D.Allen, Secretary ; ot the bride, who have known her
Knights A. O. U. Y, was re- and J. W. Hannah, Treasurer. The since childhhod, regret to see her
instated hist Saturday night, and the j following committees were appoint- I leave, but congra.ulate the groom I Sixper cent, money at Ben B
Rich Hill Legion was represented ed by the chair: Com. on Finance, upon being so fortunate as to win 1 Canterbury & U n. 3t
by Harry Dodds, P. P. Loeffler, H. Joe T. Smith, J. W. Hannah; Com. from their midst an associate, who J Abstracts made by 'Ben B. Can-
Waller, J. H. Hieronymous and J. on Grounds, E. A. Ewing, Henry I was universally loved and esteemed J terbury & Co. tf
S. Myerly. Grand Commander I Tvaune and W. N. Walker: TihItps. I hv nil. Clinton AAvnrat. I.- .
Deane, of Kansas City, was down to T. W. Hannah. Ed. Cames and e4 ki.i I The best rales given by
Insure your propert) with S. B.
Newbiih He keeps a Record of all
We have the largest line of white
goods and embroideries ever shown
in this county ; call and see the line
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do the work. Our delegation were S. Carnthers ; Com. on Printing, J. Hnme star' Money ! f UC" U'
the officers of the Legion pro tern., D. Allen ; Marshal ot the day, J. W. A r au "au receivea tne Money! J
and the secret work ot the two select McVeigh I ,owin leuerone av iast weeK,wnicn
degrees was exemplified by Mr. I speaks lor itself. This is the old Pair of good sized C-vear old work
Deane,the officers of the Butler Le- What might have been a very se- lady spoken of by the Star last sum- horses tor sae ty .uci uu uios.
gion installed and a pleasant drill nous matter startled the family of mer, and who, it was said,was cruelly Farmers see Aibrant's soft center
exercise had, after which a banquet R. B. McFarland last Tuesday. The treated by her daughter, Mrs. Janes, plow steel he hardens them toj hhear
was served at the east side restaurant, Brewer Brothers were engaged in She died in the poor house. Think J harder than any new .shear yoti car
and all nassed off most pleasantly, blasting for a well on the adjoining of it! A good old mother cheated Sct at the factory. They are Loss,
r . . , . ,1 -1 t 1 1 .,1 f .. I ,,f rf 1-!. r-.morf.. l-v,. - lr., t I VUUOCl. J 14
Kjur delegation came home much t piennc, ai icasi u uuuuicu i "- j-iwjji.ii .m miuit v
A he, Butler Iimes clipped the
iltraij's April fool article. Allen
e want a box of cigars. Shall we
draw on you for them ? R. H. Her
ld. Why don't you draw on us for
house and lot, a thousand dollars
ot omething else a printer was nevtr
known to have. We had intended
tivint; you a "twofer."
According to our Walker cone
indent the halt of Spruce town
A'P, Bates county, has guaranteed
bright of way to the Sunrise rail-
Y This is sensible and patriotic.
anous townships along the line
a emulate this example and,
lw send delegates to our railroad
Convention soon to meet. Clinton
CfCO from tVi
t A. Cummins, county clerk ot
emon county, has entered the race
tor representative. Mr. Cummins is
1 man of fine ability, a genial whole
Jnl gentleman, and o the strictest
mteS"ty. Wc do not know his op
ponent but e do know that Vernon
jounty could not be represented by a
The friends cf Robert Joki.se.;
confined in the Nevada y-.' f-.v
county, on the charge of horse steal
ing, succeeded in giving bond
him one day last week and Sheriff
.Hill was immediately telegtanhed to
release him. It is said the poor old
fellow could hardly walk when taken
out of jail. It will be remembered
that he stole a horse from the hitch
rack in Rich Hill and was overtaken
on the road to Butler, and when
arresteel was so drunk he didn't know
what he was eloing. Many think
that he had no intention of stealing
pleased with the courtesy extended from Mr. McFarland's residence, daughter and then placed in the poor Cheap Money j At Ben. B. Can-
ea, to them by their companions at the One ot the blasts threw out a rock house to die amonj strangers. Shame On Time to suit '.terbury & Cu'b.
' , . .rt Abstracts ma :e ' near U.ive .iotel,
.h-s oi-ty fef.. R. II. Review. weighing 2 1 1-2 pounds, which went shame, thou wayward ungrateful XQ Delay West side sqire.
. ji. at least three hundred feet in the air, daughter! If there is no hell there
The Republican says some person and descemlm!r crushed through the should be one constructed immedi- Itch and Scratches of e very kiad
or persons m Butler have started f -eil:ns, ail1 flGOrof McFarland' s atelv for ;-ll such cold-blooded cured in 30 minutes by V.oolford's
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two malicious lies on that paper,
The first is, "that the Republican is
to be moved from Bates county, and
that the circulators of that report are
principally democrats, in whose way
we have been to their great loss
Pray give us the names ot these dem
ocrats and ve will agree to disfran
chise them from the ranks of the
house, making a hole through which wretches. Sanitary Lotion. Lse no otner. ms
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a full grown man could crawl. Three Butler, Mo., April 2, 'S6. never tails, fcold by U. l.. naggaro
persons were in the room through Mrs. II. O. Hall: Old lady and W. J. Lnasdown, druggist, uut-
which it passed, but no one was in- Converse died the 15th of last month ; er S"r
iured. It was indeed a narrow es- had been sick all winter; entirely A Card.
cape. Urich, Cass co. Chronicle. helpless. She spoke of dying a great I am located on west side of
manv times and prayed daily tor the square 1st door north ofBeatty
Alf Miller, one of the foremost tQ cQme wfccn &he wou,d bfi Hotel, where 1 can make loans
and wealthiest farmers, living 5 or 6 , , . , suffenn,. She on city or farm property on
democratic party. We can not be- mies southeast ot town, sold to was Juried in Butler and put away time from I TO 5 YEARS AT lowest
lieve that any democrat in Butler, Wm. Cassitv four Durham steers of v n:ceI Mrs. M. C. Hall, hates. I am not out of the loan
worthy ot the name, would will- his own raising, 22 months oiel the
Last Saturday Fran?. Bernhardt',
our north side i.weler, was t e
recipient of a handsome ebony
cane, with go! 1 bead, upon which
was artistica'ly crvv! i :- name ai.d
day of birth. Tins h nuisomc pres
ent was a g f t from his frie:
F. Wilmus traveling salesman for
Duhme& Co., ot Cincinnati, and was
intended as a birthday present trj Mr.
Bernhardt, on his 60th anniversary,
which occurred on the iS:h cf March.
The cane which is by far the hand
somest in this country, is highly ap
preciated bv Mr. B. and he says shall
be handed down to his great grandchildren.
combined weight of the four being
5,610 lbs. When driven into the
streets in Butler, they were soon sur
rounded by a large crowd of our cit
izens who pronounce .' them four as
er-sn-law, Dr. O. F. Renick.
fully and maliciously he on a corpse
The second be put in circulation,
s.iys'the Republican, is to the effect
that "our friends are being told that
we have gone over to the enemy."
Now, for cheek this last lie takes the I fi-e cattle as had ever made a track
cr.ive, and it we even Jusp:cioned j on our streets. Uncle Alf said they
there was a democrat m town that j had gained 2 1-2 pounds a day since varc. We. wiil offer them to the
would be guilty of vakmg such a I they were dropped, and were bought traje aJr 3- c.r.t5 per yard. Come
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BUSINESS AS DESIGN! NG LOAN AGENTS
Dr. T. J. Wright, of Dodge City, would have you blume.
Kansas, s: ent a couple ot days in member the place, on first floor
K.e v. t v..dtin-T n,S broth- ISt DOOR NORTH OF JjEATTY JIUTEj.
iia wuf t v. -f " "-r
We have 10 pieces ot black cash?
mere a big bargain at 40 cents per
ing him en the spot. The editor ot
the Republican when he made the
above assertions must have been la
boring under an over dose ot night
mare, brought on by the Waterloo
ot Tuesday and the playing ot the
band and booming of anvils.
Citv, but our enterprising butcher,
S. T- Groves, seeing them and think
ing they would better ornament his
blocks bought the four and is now
butchering them for his Butler trade.
We consider them the finest beef
ever offered for sale in this market
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Decorating, painting and kalso
mining done with neatness and dis
patch, prices reasonable, by W. H.
Hupp; South Main St., opposite
Grange store. 19-21
BEN H. CANTERBURY.
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