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Many humorous incidents occurred
on battlefields. A confederate colo
nel ran ahead of bis regiment at
Malvern Hill, and discovering that
the men were not following him as
i t.-. .;twl he ottered a
cioocij 3 u '
fipme oath, and exclaimed :
"Come onl Do you want to live
The appeal was irresistible, and
many a poor fellow who had laughed
at the colonel's queer exhortation laid
down his life soon after.
A shell struck the wheel of a fed
eral field-piece toward the close of
the engagement at Fair Oaks, and,
shivering the spokes, dismantled the
"Well, isn't it lucky that it didn't
happen before we used up all our am
munition," remarked one of the ar
tillerists as he crawled from beneath
When General Pope was falling
back before Lee's advance in the Vir
vallev his own soldiers thought
his bulletins and orders somewhat
their rhetoric. At one of
the numerous running engagements
that marked that disastrous cam
paign, a private in one of the wes
tern regiments was mortally wounded
by a shell. Seeing the man's condi
tion, a chaplain knelt beside him,
and opening bis bible at random, read
out Sampson's slaughter of the Phil
istines with the jaw-bone of an ass.
He had not quite finished when, as
the story runs, the poor fellow inter
rupted the reading by saying:
"Hold on, chaplain. Don't de-
ceive a dying man. Isn't the name
of John PoDe siened to tnair
A column of troops was pushing
forward over the long and winding
road in Thoroughfare Gap to head off
Lee after his retreat across the Poto
mac at the close of the Gettysburg
campaign. Suddenly the signal offi
cer who accompanied the general in
command discovered that some of
his men, posted on a high htli in the
rear, were reporting the presence vt
it considerable body of confederate
troops on the top of the bluffs on the
right. A halt was at once sounded,
n.i 1 1.- lpsilinir lniiade ordered for-
UB g rZ
ward to uncover the enemy's poaition.
The regiments were soon scrambling
up the steep incline, officers and men
.riiUantlv racius to M-e who could
reach the crest first. A young lieu
tenant and smne half dozen men
gained the advance, but at the end of
what they deemed a perilous climb,
they were thmwti into convulsions i
lautr.tU.-r at discovering that what the
signal nn-ii look for
J. F. Llewellyn,
West Side Square.
New Sivery,Feed and Sale
THE MACHINERY DEPOT
Is filled with the FINEST and BEST on the market among which
are the CELEBRATED
EVERYTHING NEEDED IN-
Corner of Liberty and Water Sts. MOMa IfflVtM unu TlllG
T. D. COATES, Proprietor. , Minneapolis harvesters and twine binders,
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give Mle a Call. McCormick and Climax Reapers and Mowers,
Nichols, Shepard & Co.'s Engines and Vibrators,
BUFFALO PITTS ENGINES AND THRESHERS
STUDEBAKER spring and farm wagons,
White Lead Very Cheap.
Library Lamps Cheaper.
The New Brick Stable ! BUCHANAN FARM WAGON,
Finest Single Bigs in the City! New Carriages l-boott;
. i TT I
a.-, PRICES SEASONABLE.
RIDING AND WALKING REVOLVING RAKES,
Carnages, Buggies & Phaetons,
& Insurance1 Agent,
OFFICE Front Room, Up-Stairs, Over tba -Mexico
Savings Bank, .
I have for Mle or exchange 50,000 acres of the Finest Graiing and larniaf Laaia
t. . c,.- n( Mtaannr,. AT BED-ROCK PRICES. Also, desirable Reslrlenr aiiJ
Business Property In the city f Mexico. i -r.; : r - ,
.11 aa UA TT J 1 O.-. 11I.t .. ... .
Having oorre8pvDueucc ui ,j-5a aa; uaiamtu dwks, iaij uuuun ivr acuing Ow
exchanging property are unsurpassed by no other agency in the country. :
Mexico, the county seat of Audrain county, and, for all purposes are equal to any "
nda In the United States. . . t . .-t -. ... 1 1. ,j . ,:r
The following list represents a portion or. my Lena Register.
ass tem-M acres timber, balance In pasMrt
and cultirauoa ; good fxaia. bouse f lira '
Snod feneinr ; sitoatetl two miles northeast of
exleo, Misaourt. Price. S2S ea per acre
Suoou M down, balance time at 8 per cent.
And a full and complete assortment of all kinds of implements.
Al n WAV
Birrtnrr of Waahwomao. aod clothes worn oat on board.
tub aaieamiBl STEAM WASHER
8r Wanhwoman oxpnje, and okl t1 tram waar
THE BEST WASHING MACHINE IN THE WORLD.
GEORGE D. PEKEIS, investor.
( UTS SCHAULAOH & HALL. )
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS,
Stationery. Toilet Articles,
. ... . -"i
SAVES TIME, LABORJ1 CLOTHES,
And does its work better than any other Washer made.
, d rate LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO DEALERS. W ACEHTS WANTED EYESYWHERe. Caii
Hair and Clothes Brushes, &c.
AT LOWEST I'IGURKS.
Pine Wines and liquors.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
. n u 4. .iimc t i in.
ber, 40 seres meadow, 40 acres daature, balaaoe
and porcb ; good Irane bam ; good milk bouse,
and other good outbuildings ; -good young or
chard of about sevensy-five trees ; eood ponds :
good well : good bedge and rail teucmg ; .ituat-
820 e per acre.
232 acres, 6 miles south of Mexico, Missouri ;
all fenced with rails, save 9 acres Umber ; di
vided into 6 fields : about 35 acres of timber,
balance in grass and cultivation ; good two
story frame house ot a rooms ; fair barn ; good
weu : I air orcn&ra : neve. lauma wwc ,
1 . . 1 V. . . A AA.U I..,) . .hiiHiliM KM.
vement ; situated oa public road, l mUe froaia
station on tbe C. & A. Railroad. Price.
S6.0U0 DO one-hall cash, balance time at S per
ceuw per auuuiu.
loo acres 0 acres in cultivation and uader
rail fease , good boase, rooms ; good orchard,
good garden, good well 21 feet deep aod S feet
la diameter ; .table foe six hones with eonberlb
... 1 1 - -...I , i..nlr will. tl,MU,fftl tllH
ber ; situated four aud a half miles south of
Mexico, rrtce saojwper acre, iww wu , u
ance, to suit parebaasr.
frame dwelling house of four rooms, kitten d-
Tinning of all Descriptions
Are you taulnR, try Warxs' Haaim R-
n. nmln. -Nirrm. Moaaea, Urer, Kidnays,
Iiucs. AaUnqal' laTlgoraat. Cans
nflcWBCUOi t7 c CI . A,ua7a vtwi
DEBILITY & WEAKNESS.
Nice to take, ?? inert, mwauaiedfM
fORPID . LIVER and Night
K. a Wiua, Jersey tuy, . u. a. m.
troovs vieie onh- it toleraMy lrgf
Hock of slirep. As the leaders in
vhis forlorn hope i oiled on the gmss
in a pHMixystii of iiifiriuient, they
iaug! i tlif loedi-r at 9ei ing the
l.ut tlcteiiiiiued f.ices of llitir
comrades, who, f cmirse, came up
fully expecting : (Uperute liand-ti-han4
It m imtIimi) iK-i-dU-Hs to say the
brigade snjed ou mutton that even
ing. As the army :is crossing South
inountuiii Ihc day lie fore the hattlc
of Ai.t'u ;am, (Jenerul McClelian rode
along the tiidt: if die moving column.
Overtaking a favorite zouave regi
mei.t, hi- exclai.ncd with hin natural
"Well, and how is the Old Fifth
"Fit st-i ate, general," replied one
of the zouaves. "But we'd he letter
off if we weren't living so much on
"Supposition?" said the general, in
a puzzled tone. "What do you mean
"It's easily explained, sir. You
nee we exDecled to eet our rations
yesterday, but as we didn't, we're
living on the supposition that we did."
"Ah, I understand ; you shall have
your rations, zou-zous, to-night,"
replied the general, patting suurs to
his horse to escape the cheers of his
regiment. And he kept his promise.
FOB MEDICINAL PCRHOStS.
ud try a good cool oi oui
K MMIO A UF
Over FIVE THOUSAND Sold during tbe Witsnt avu, SODA
Absolutely no Wear or Tear on the Clothes j
. a . j A.A--A. i Va niMH M V
ft, nri.Ani-l Steftm Washer ia a small poixaoie mawuns u rjZirT7&
I l ll ll ss
READ WHAT THEY SAI ur IX AriJLifc haihw
. j a. MinsiM 11 Ins-it. Baird.
BiMmii tbemoit powerful c!euiiiawit fcod duuatocunl
Vw tO nksUV-WaUtf.
TtaMieaocsi SAJ Wasto wffl b. d
oiauliawiai . diKOd by th. people Ju. BeoneM.
Olm4ouawwold pot buy aiyMiaBOCja Stiwj
Wabhzs if I could not get nithr. Mr. KU! Fertu, Mexico
I hinnvd one of the Missorat Stiam Washms. ud it
UldOAilthe inventor claim, for H S-W. lUnip, tluap Iia-
TM'SwHn d. .11
. TlwlOTger we use it the better w are pieattd wobrt
lln.l l Winner. M.HinronrK. mo.
SS? -cSTL it wHTwa. .tun d without th. .weat
4111 Tr.oma ttreet, c Lui. .
.. . nr.sHM tnr MlflfMT.
Alter un(f tn.rBut at
I am coimncau that it will m jaor. h.u M eem Zju
byBotweannjouauu a. ""--
The MiBSOcai steam W ashes h" done All wiolnrm
NO piece, a amy. oouy . ---.,".i.T Ho.1. Mexieojto.
WOtDn. Lterwia nora, M'i'- v-n- ' -
dry, 13 1 Maritet xeev, m. mu. , fm
Kh?wiifVaV aemunielVe yr. old can operate the
TbC MI8BOT7K1 STKAM W ASH En w.w "".""T' wZmmm
kind of clothing clean, without lMngiWk. nd -J
on the clothe.; ind I would not H my marhinefor $50lf I
Ib.ve neen usmRinv jbiw . v -
Uundry for eight month,. It w.,h clan with no ?
the tlcahea, and or nerKBi t.n do Ovl work of toreeby haad.
Ih.re tried many wuhing rnhiat. "unlJ
h.mer found on th; would K5' ".-iSS
eotiai Steam WASiraa doe,. It will do all ! "f"
for itand no family cm afford to be without CUaa,
proprietor Parlor 1-Aur:ury, 010 wii " t.
A. Boelcken. Barber, Fourteenth t
an : "Krery barber ,hould hare a MlSBOCai STEAM wah
EKTby all mean. , ne Mf"ft'Sg
etc.;atia pHWJWMneu iu un"-
" D. E. SHEA,
Bladder, InflammAtlon. Iiritationol Kkl-
1 neys ana ciauuer, wwr w . T1T,
eases oa ue rroHaia utaaro,
SwelKjuta, Female Disiee, liiooiitin-
ence ofTJrtoe.all Diseases of tbe ranro-
urinary organs in euoer sex, war w
too "Cfcapin's Injection Keur." eaci It
r or DiriuaacH "awr
bereditary taint, use Chapto a Constitu-
. . V J i, L e,M.iwdA anil
lllll D1VUUW two, v.'"-1
Jwmo. a of Pilta. 1 8alT. by Exprp-ss oa
MOAsnr. or aiu.uu. or at LiiKKiua
4. waxia. jemey uiy, n. .
Caty.N7J.. P.t,. A.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Bird Cages, Washing Machines,
THE SCIENCE OF LIFE. 0NLY$1.
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
long a. when watneQ ay uauu- .nwiu.
Atlaflt I hare found in the Missnrm STEAK WMnTEBoaa
tht wm ia.h clean without wearing thectoth "Jfg,J
the button.. Every laundry ihonld hv. one, a. Kwm wwi
th.tit Si.JarSc. Pewnon, Silrer Moou laundry , il9 8.
rPb..p.,B8tSheridaa.;Su.a rTailt Or .n
tW!2Zi!il2XllElaZtbr express, charges prepaid.
1U nwa. crto.. aareiM
ToTOKTROsTeTall's for United State,
HAS FOR SALE A SPLIiNDIU
Town Lots and Dwellings,
And eorae good tracts of unimproved JpVrVptions for aU acute aud' curonic dis
eases, eat'Il VI I,II SJ ... .aa.-
lands iu Audrain county
ItK AS0X AltLV- RATES!
Mflir.al Work on Manhood,
' 1 .
, . i .ri..ii... Vararuia and PhvQlr-al 1P
bilitv. Premature lleclme in Man, Errors of
Youth, and the untoin mmenes resulting irom
indiscretion or excesses. A bmik tor every
man. young, miante-Ke.i n ." '7,";,
loundbythe Author, whose experience lor 23
ia such as umliably never belore fell to
r . . . - .. . .. at.vjLii.n 'ii luimi, honnil ill
beautiful French mtwlin, embossed covers, full
of We Horses
"Papa, Pp, I'm Ceasing V
Little Willie Maher died at his
Lome, on Pacific street, Brooklyn,
.Saturdftv from the bite of a clog.
The boy was 9 years old and was tlie
only child of Mrs. Kate Maher, a
widow. Last Wednesday afternoon
he wan playing in front of the stable j
of Michael Gallagher, No. 172 Pa
cific street, when a large female bull-
dosr bit hhn severely. On the follow
ing day the sufferings of the unfor
tunate boy were intense. A consul
tation of physicians was held, which
resulted in an operation being per
formed. The condition of the child
soon became worse, and a second!
operation was resorted to on Friday.
Towards evening the limbs and body J
of the little sufferer grew black from
blood poisoning. He remained con
scious, however, until morning, when,
extending his arms upward, he ex
claimed, "Papa, papa, I'm coming !
The Prereeieas Foar-Year-Ol-s.
'Do they have houae-cleaning days
in Heaven mat1 a little Somerville
erirl inquired the other day.
"Why, certainly not, dear; what
put that into your head f
"Because the angels sweep, don't
"What gave you such a notion as
"Pa did. He said you were a spec
tacle in a Mother Hubbard that
would make the angels sweep."
To a little Brooklyn girl belongs
the credit of having identified the
mysterious "man in the moon."
"Oh, come and look at the moon,
papa," she exclaimed the otner even
ing. "There s a pnoiograpn 01 xwu
Butler in it"
"You may speak, said fond
mother, "about people naving
nrrfmfTth of mind, but when it comes
to strength of don't ininJ my son
Syjiiip-Tn surpasses everybody I erer
New Livery Stable,
New Buggies and Fast Horses.
Hew Carriages. Tie Best
Gentle Horses Jor Ladies and Children.
Best Arranged Livery Stable
IN THE STATE OUTSIDE OF ST. LOUIS.
L. B. MORRIS, Proprietor.'
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
80 acres, seven mUes south of Mexico. If ira
ri ; all under fence. cHrklefl Into three SrVLs ;
so acres In arass and cultivation ; about tea
ficres la tlaiber; one and one-half story fraaie
house of Ave rooms ; good weil and food pond :
fifteen acres aood meadow; fine orchard oi
hunt tm hnnMil - - 1m Una m .
..ItWlllMUMl . MhlWll .llll hl,Ma M.M.Tt.1
E1-. .. AMM On 1 1
aw acres, ail uuuer xcuce ; suoaivtoea luul slk
fields, besides lots ; us) acres meadow and )-
lurw i oaiaace) cuiiiraAius lauu, aa,u wires
timber ; new trams house one and a kali nsrtes
frame stable : cood onthuilduir. : Bne yeaaa
orchard of 2 acres in good baannf;; sitaalidt
miles southwest of Mexico, Missouri s well
waterea by ponaj ana weiis. ran, m es par
Uched. good frame barn 44x44 feet, and other
ETC., ETC., ETC. THE
QUICK MEAL" GASOLINE STOVE,
The best made. One trial will prove it. Call and see it.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
CLACHER & RUL0FFS,
East Side Public Square,
MEXICO, - - MieSOXJPlI.
EFUU IXtUaTC WW w-mm.-rm .v -a -
ahttaa. mnA tvhi 1 till Mil M 411
Derea pasture, muigMi a a- mi .w v
Rice fzaia. lenus easy.
. tiiX 113.
oa amaa ail nnrier fence save 30 at res. ttnr-
dlvided Into 8 fields : loo acres pwuire. mi
meaaow ; i eouc -tton
; creeferunning through pastuie, ftrrnishmg
Waver an year nmuu. j . i...... -
with one story L,, rooms
. ' i i I . koHB. mod puh land.
Hurwvnara. mww m...- . a: - .
and one of the best stock farms in the county.
church ; sliuated 8 miles north of Mexico. Price
a..oa net acre, one -third cask ; balance, time to
300 acres, aill lencea, save oi aa.-rc ,
suuaivtueu uiiaj wa bw - ; jt
and iiaatu4e. balance ill cultivation. Oood twe
" r . , t.k ml . iMmfAtrshlii atahlmc-:
story xraiiie iiwikw; .n. ' , v j v V" 7. -
good orchard of 100 trees ; well watered by four
ponds and two wells. Situated three-fonrttts of
1 1, ... OnnMA-l r.ull.W.U OnilllT.V. HO..
a mite wuiu . - ' y, n
and four miles west ef Auxvasse station on C.
a h h iu goou neiguuoruwu , kuw aiw.o
and churches convenient. Price sao per acre;
ene-haii c&ku, Dauuuw ums a
80 acres. 1 3-4 miles north of Laddonla. All
,t . i . EA -. 1 .. mMrilUB - OA aAaAa 111
pasture and fenced hog tiuht : large Pjjpd nd
i pteaiy oi water ; w wwuuft -Fr""
I trees ; to plum trees ; grapes and otner sniall
- .'. r . a,aa-n liv 1i 11! fjanAsWt With
f 1 luio iramc uiia Ma. -
NO. 354. -
- , n. .nlWwwtlinr llATlm Mrk all
aw acres, i utvouv.M. w . - ,
, .TJ " I' no.w.M all fniMi
in cuiuviuiuu, moouww .. i' . ... , .
W1U1 neugv piaua i awuu B . "
fenced separate ; good orchard. One-story
frame boase of 5 rooms r smoke-iralis with crt
lar aader It: good ban;eow bouse lor 4 cows
i .i .tv..tuimin anil mlwA
Z2V acres, ail unaer ient, mw au kr. us ssr :
good eomfortabio house of four rooms ; coavSait.
able stable 20x24 feet ; orchard of about 4 as- '
pie trees: all good rolling prairie land, sissc
tha timber; situated about miles Bortawast
Vi aieaivw, Miwiuri, t nw, vav va yr wiasi
oae-thlrd cash, ballanee Uuwattpu eeat par
nnum, . v ,.
1 190 acres, all fenced with rails and nedri ; Is
acre In cultivation ; co acres in wood! sua pis.
'h TJaStUte, rurnlsnrng I ture ; geoa eunuurvauie irnnro maws w a iwsawr
story frame dwelling, log stable and eoru crib dtood living well, ted
la all. wood weU aaa eistern ; plenty of running: ereak water: ainsaed
and stable sufficient, I about 8 miles northesat of Maxleo, Miwotiit.
garden has Eupberries, strawberries ana grapes.
Two elegant ponds that never fall aad goad cm.
tern. Price $35 per aere ; one-Uird cash, bal
ance one and two years time at t per cent.
aa .11 ll ...ui . Kn kirnu A. la. -
W aan, "cu rouw , v .11 mi 1 wi .ww
r,wioi aaaoJie hotua and hen house : aaed sta.
bling. yard, garden, and lots fenced sepataia ;
good blacksmith shop ; excellent stand for seal- ' .
ueaa ; aiiuaMMi wirn mw a uwi witos mra m
CeatraUa. on public road. Price, 330 SI par
ae re two-thirds cash, balance time at I sst
190 anrea. all fenced save 20 acres of ttaiher
detached. Divided in three Deids, fenced sntk .
plank, rails, and neuges. in gooa repair, u sera.
meaaow, anuu acres in cuiuTiauan, nwia.ra
in pasture, two-stjry frame house of I nmss
with presses (a up-stairs rooiiia and in oas f
room below. New frame barn S by 3t feel. weU
DUUt, gooa gnuuerr io uy aw wir uaa aaa Tiacaa
mrst-ciass orcnara oi bikhii iw n i.i yuaa
...II . ...... 1 .. . k. A U Alt OA IjAl A AAA U1A .
ar-u WC IU uic . mw a . w i, i.,ia .
ated six miles southwest of Mexico, Mo. '
320 acres, all fenced with good rail faietsf.
Divided into six enclosures : 80 acres meudew ;
about 40 acres in cultivation, balance lit Mat
grass pasture : 80 acres timbered pasture. Good
stream of water running through timber, lt
ponus, plenty ur aiuca water, uuo ww a aau . .
story boaseef three rooau, gaod sauks hosss '
and hen house. Good barn room for St s sad of t
garden fenced separate. No. i coal bank 4 feet
vena, dvw uveuwa. iw wwa, oiiuk.i a .-a
miles southwest of Martlnsburg, Mo., in goad .,
nelghbarhswd, seboels aad enunhes eoatiaMBa,
Price $26 per pere. Terms reasoaabta.
-CALL ON OB WRITE TO-
CHARLES W. BAKEE5
Real Estate Agent,
lent, ffiiariuiufcu w uc a " 'x-
Alar, nrnnrtv in this and adioininB !!- iJSSSSSi
I " J I A" - I I I1KI1 U11V UUiri " , , , , .1 ; ..
Qfatoa fnr PTOhailC-e 1 32.50. or the money ui ue ramweu iu
btaies ior excuauge. i.,i,.miivSi.oo bv mail, nost-paid.
Illustrated sample e cents. Send now. tjold
. .i.a ...11.1.. v.v th. at aiia mm
. I 11 i t'U ill (111 ,1111111 uiv .-j
v;ex fVinnaowil flrrpa in fracta of I i. -.i 4tHition. to the oflieers of which he re
an arrpa and tin wards, in Kansas, lor I , , T ifA or.-.ii1r1 ha iaaJ A 1 .7 tllO
sale. Numbers and description given young for instruction, and by the afflicted for
nnnn annlipation I relief. It will beneiu an.--iJinu.ou uiiiueu
upon application. member of society to whem The
r rA nfd ti t vnnp inriii iiwh i uun. i - nr Ka .iourni uihATiiap
J.1 jrU VV UUv jvaaa a " 7
nAS LAID IN A CHOICE SELECTION OF
Dry-Goods and Notions!
JNO. H. HAYDON,
JOHN GREGG ,
For II yrs. Recorder oi DeeiJ and
HE HAS ALSO ADDED A LINE OF
barns, and their contents insured in
I ll. l.ll .1 nnllnnnlal ftf MonrYlrlr "
UC U1U tjuuuucumi v. ..v n a..,
T. k hhka.
V21-43 Office in Opera Block.
Just South of Ringo-Central Hotel,
luere is no nicii.i'- ui .wvinj -
Science of Life will, not Be useful, whether
youtn, parent, iuaruiu, mauuviui w
Address the Peabody Medical Institute, or Ir.
W. H. Parker, No. 4, Btilflnch street, Boston,
Mass who may be consulted on all diseases re
quiring skill and ex perienee. Chronic and obsti-
J . . i ; !... I,a.,a .h fHoil th. ulr ill at all
m her nhvsicians a specialty. LI f? A I Such
treated successfully without rlfaW las
AND BOOTS Sd SHOES,
Which latter branch he will hereafter make a prominent feature of his
business, carrying only Uie very Des. Dranas.
Haydon & Gregg, ,
REAL ESTATE, LOAN,
And Insurance Agents,
OPPOSITE RINGO HOUSE,
8. K. COKKKR erQCAIUC.
more than charge yoa
nr with it on other goods. We do not do this.
He offers a record of 16 years' fair and honest dealing as a guarantee for what
.. a .a A-t, aa : kIm a Aaii anrt tinetTnnriA VAfl r nil mav
lie afnrms. uy an means aou t, iau w give wm vo..a .uuf. w,"V"w; . -T Z
rest assured of a courteous and friendly treatment, whether you intend to buy or not
WEST blUlfi 1'UHlilVJ isiiUABU, mtiAiw, mv.
scessf ullv without Ht Ala. will not offer snecial
.a.l.aaa a! failure, sang irawgaa p. IU nrguunt" a uuiuwuwi itouvvU -
lis paper. wsaama i bargains in a lew Items, us uaius, ami uiv
. I : .1. ; n 1 1mA rrtnAa W A fir:
An Only Daughter Cured of Consump
I W lien Ueitlll was iiwuny oaitii "''"'
sumption, all remedies hnving failed, and Dr.
H. .lames was exrierimenting, lie accidentally
I cured his only child, and now gives this recipe
Ion receipt ui iaui ij ,.Mi....
Hemp also cures niKlit sweats, nausea at tbe
stomach, and will break a tresli cold in twenty
four hours. Address Oadtlock & Co., 1032 Race
I Street, Pllliaueipma, ra., uamint; mis paprr.
A. K. LUOKIE,
DIRECTORY OF LADDONIA.
ENTERPRISING FIRMS OF TEAT LIVE CITY.
atav-Give us a call before you trade elsewhere.
J pleasure in showing yoa -ino list of landa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in the Leading
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Pianos and Organs, ygSSSBSSSs
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Pianos: JJecker .Bros, nams urus, oimu- QUICKEST SELLUG.
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THE BEST ON EABTH.
Give Me a Call.
F. M. SHELL,
the following well known Instruments, wbtch In actual merit as well as reputation are
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A- E- Myers
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son & Co, Chickering, Mathushek, Estey &
Camp and Estey Urgans.
ta,immen stock, wh.ch is the largest and best in the weat, .glades Pia"f ?L.f
all prices and SiS 5lhfiS elsi VaTsuch a re'ilnlng influence in
otherwise do so. r-lhle advatitaee and guarantee satisfaction in every case,
fa? Mil? ifoonWus Lt 'noasiKno. write ns and we will furnish catalogue, and all par-
t,cui2-?-IIw mail -ur most careful attention and any instrument selected by ns in re-
,,toordeS imThe at onr expense if not found exactly a. repre-
!S iSa. w a-v hank In St Louis or Chicago.
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ESTEY & CAMP,
203 North Fifth St, St. Louis, Mo. Chicago House, 188-190 State St.
HiiDsoiEST id Fine Cut .stone coffins
For Cemetery and Building Purposes. j And all kinds of
Jgy Opposite Martin's Hotel,- Undertaker'i Goods.
Call ant See Them.
Ever offered to the Public
SASa OHXY BTTEB
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
He. 613. 614. 616613 . Xaia St.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
March 17. 1881--lyr
Moore & Kennen, Wilder & Son,
Aii eesem Isrcaa.lLse.
And Lumber Dealers
Attend promptly to bu-
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Ilf you dont see what 1
you want, ass lor u.
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legTaph to Perry, yarn
pin ao so via iaauo-
Inia KlTP.hanere in
THE LOU P1UGE GASH HOUSE.
It don't take a whole page to tell our story, but if those .
wanting to bny low for cash will examine and price our -
goods they will be convinced, lit. That our goods are
as cheap as the cheapest; 2nd, the quality i-fOod
or better f or the prioe th a be found anywhere, east,
west, north or south. ;
on the 11.00 that will astonislt the closest buyer.' Spun ' .
Cotton, best quality, for 90c. No. 1 Calico 4 Ltc par '
yard. Call and get choice before this stock Is broken..
RICKETTS & EMMONS,
MEXICO, - - M0'
LIKE HON. WM. R. MORRISON, SELL PROPERTY,
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Write Deeds and Iiiimre Property
Real Estate Agent,
Clacher & Rulofl,
Agents, Mexico, Mo.
9AaM0 A favorlta prescription ef one of tb.
most acted and successful specialists In tbe V. 8.
(now retired j for the care of Wervm. Pewilify,
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SOS A 898 Wrus botte St., KANSAS CUT, HO. XX X JJL VV CbJULU uv wwia va --'M-a7 '
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r A AAf. ACRES of inssouri, Kentucky, Kansas and Texas lands
tJVaUU U for sale or exchange, at current prices on reasonable terms.
a& Collections made, loans negotiated, titles examined, abstracts
imushed sod tsaes paid. Call and see me or write for circulars,
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la Twa anri aii lawri tuuitis t)reiared on short notice. "Write to him aad
he rlil eeud deacrtpve vrZ-f'aww at fair nrlees. CaU and
see tor yourself. 8OTthet Ckrrner ol the Square, np sUlra.
Farms For Sale.
Ym. H. Woodward-OSoii,
REAL ESTATE, LOAN,
And Insurance Ageittfl,'
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Northeast Corner Public Square, MIaSIOO, 50.
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Have a Few Farms forfSaU,
AT A SPECIAL BARGAIN;
WmT Also have a ecmpltU set at iaB8IBlCT BOOKS, sad w-
of this branch of the business.
MOSSY TO LOJJf on Beal Xftate.
WM. a. WOODWARD A S0ff ,