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Thursday Evoniog, May 22, 79,
Prof. Jnmcs E. Ptinn will fill his re
gulnr appointment at MillYllle, ix-xt
Hitnday Muy 25. The public aro Invi
ted to attend.
A new lot of Vnr, Wool and Straw
Halt Just received by
. K.CKVNN &CO.
!rop in and toe tho Hoods of 8. It.
ClttNlMN A CO., before you buy. It
will pay you.
Orjrnndle and l.lnen Lawns, and
Wblto Ui.di of all kind and at. all
prices at 8. U. CKISPIS A CO.
8. P. CRISPIN & CO., can mlt yon
In Ladies Shoes, and you will njiret It
If yon buy beforo you sc tliclr stock.
The finest assortment of Ladles'
Hosiery In llio city can he found at
1'i-tr b. it. ciusriN & co.
Col. Jasper Xeedlinm, State Lecturer
of Patrons of Husbandry, will deliver a
public address at tlio following times
and plaevs. in lluy county, at 10 o'clock
t'rnii'lo Oranfte Thursilsy May, 29.
Wakauda C.riuitfe. t'ruliiv Muy 3U.
l'olk (lruni(o, rtiiiurdny Slay 81.
Albany (Jrniijre, MonJuy June 1.
White Oak Uranire, Ht New lloe
Church, Tuesday Juuc 8. At which
place '.here will he a "Basket Dinner,"
the public are Invited to attend and
bring their baskets well filled.
Chairman Coin. -
II you want to buy a SevsuiK Machine,
call at our store and see the "New
Homo."- It Is a first cliiss Mi.chlnoln
every respect. Prices $:tl) to $32.
8. It. ( IIISl'IN A CO.
SIURTSI Ml IK I Sit M1IIKTS I ! !
Do yon want a shirt (lint will lit you !
If you do cull on 8. 11. Crispin A Co..
anil Irnvi nti order for a lot of the
Celebrated K. A. Steer Shirts, of St.
Lonls. Tliev will pive you satisfaction.
A Ut guaranteed
i. ii. cnidris a co.
The Roll Ciirdln;; Machines nt the
ilainueher Mills, ore now ready ror
work. Bilnjr on your Wool ! Will
Card the same for 01 eents per pound.
18-2m J. R. ll.UIACllElt A DltO.
Wasson A Fowler have a nicklc coun
ter. That Is to say, you can buy any
thing on Hie counter for o cent.
The ery latest styles and best brand
of Ladles' and .Misses' Shoes :it prices to
ml the times, at Wasson A Fuwi.kk'8.
Tlic latest styles nl Ladles' and Mimes
Shoes, at WassoS A Kowi.bu's. S-O-tl.
Roots and Shoes con be bought at
bottom rock prices at Holt A Hughes.
New goods Just received an.' nhl as
low as anywhere lu the county at, Holt
A Hughe. , -if
TLnriie Dress ;uda.
A largo Invoice of ladies Dress Good?
of the most facelnatli'ir sty lea Just opened
at Wussoh A Fowler's.
Tlic riest Mock.
Tho bet stoek of Hats ever displayed
In the Richmond inaiKet, at tVavson A
Wassos A Kowi.hk arc now rc elvlnc
and ofVrrlng lor wile ibe largest anil
best selected stuck of Roys ami 11 fii"'
Uats. ever hroiiglit to this inaikel.
In Clothing, Wasiox ft Kow'i.nn :.re
pn pared to suit every one de-inng n
new suit, from the liltle mai), n the
big m in who d )ii ln No. M. 7 0-II
It. AL. Jtiitcl ion, Weilii-s.il.ij, 51 ,ij is
Morion, M iiulny. June 2 mi.
Rush Hi Hie, Tuesday, June Rrd.
Tliuie.v's (J rove, Woilnosilny Jiu.ellh
Tullsvllle, Tlmrsiluy, Juuc 5ih.
Slillvlllc, Friday June i(!i.
Kutixville, Saturday June. "Hi.
I sell Dry Goods, Notions, Roots and
fihoes, Etc., Etc
GEO. A. STONE.
William M. Morsel the only licensed
Auctioneer In Ray County, and will at
tend to any buluess in Ills lino at reas
onable charges (lU-lf.)
BOB'S VEtKlY BliLLETIfi.
Smith's Tonic, only 83 out.
Vinegar Hitters, only 8S ivnts.
llostetter's Hitters, only 83 cuts.
Sherman's Bitters, only 83 cents.
McLean's Cordial, only 85 cents,
ilarter's SpcciHo, only CO cents.
This list will be changed every two
weeks and new articles added. Come
with your money to the
"palace rmro stohtc,"
It. A. ritlCIIArtO. Pioprletoi.
Again I any come to the Kurt.
t Jl'ESE N I5E R R Y.
Produce bought and sold at QUES
ENRERRV'H. New stoek of Roots and Bhoes. at
Hoir A HuiiiiKs. lo il
Suits (10 worth $13, at Wassux A
Fowlkh'n. 7-1)1 ft
Geutlenien'a Neck Ties and Neck
Wear of every description at
H. R. CRIM'lX A CO.
A splendid line ot Boys' and You.hs'
Clolhliig, at Wasson A Fowi.kii's. 7-Htf
For pure codec's and sugar's call on
Holt & Hnglits. o-tr
Wahson A Fowi.kii's i i Ki lt, nit
simply cleauut. J-l'.f.
Frew Mr. W. II. Fitch, Hie offlclcut
aecrotary. we have learned ointlilug
o( tho "Ray County Home rrotectlon
Company" one of tho valuable enter
prlzcs this county can boast of. This
la an organization ol fanners, who Co
their insurance on the mutual plun, at a
Tcry low rate, which tlicy can well
afford, as they do business at a much
less expense than city Insurance com
panies. This company has 101 policies
now In force, In Ray county, all on farm
proK-rly, and II they should meet with
a loss, it Would bo promptly paid with
out any of the usual daisy and cni n
lvc litigation Hint foreign companion
sometimes put losers, by tires to. This,
Killed to the fset that the premium rates
hiv less than lorelgn companies, makes
this a very desirable company to take a
policy from on your farm properly, aud
not only that, but It keeps our money
at home, and we aro not compcllf) to
pay tribute to some eastern nabob, who
svuds his time silting on. velvet cush
ions In a Una otlli-e, drawing tribute
from the people. Iiet farmers encour
age this home organisation, not only
by their patroi.age, but by their sym
pathies. Let nothing like a feeling of
Jenlousy ever enter tho bosom of any
tiller of the soil at the success of his
neighbor, but let all work together for
the common good.
'I he regular meeting ol the directors
oftlie I toy County Hume rrotectlon
Company arc held In Richmond on the
second Tuesday lu eaul. luoitih,
Bitten by a Ratilc Snake.
Mrs. Wilkinson, who lives down Just
cast of the R. A L. Junction, was bitten
on the middle finger of the left baud by
a Urge rattle snake on Friday morning
lait. In a few moments the hand and
arm were swollen to at least three
times their usual size. Dr. Mosby, ol
tbisplace, was telegraphed for. and he
Immediately sent a dispatch back to
give her plenty of spirits until he could
get there. Slio drank about half a
gallon of whUky, w4il li with other re
medies somewhat relieved her, and at
last accounts she was doing well.
blie win out In tho garden gathering
strawberries, and did not see the snake
until she was bitten by It. A small
portion ol a looth remained In the
wound, which was afterwards extract
ed. The sni.ke was killed by a mem
ber of tho tnnilly and proved to lie a
large woods rattle suuke with right
I at! les.
Who ever heard of a complimentary
lieuetit. or a lestivid gotten up tor an
editor r Echo answers, w ho. Leririp
Wlio ever heard of an editor that
either wanted or would accept such a
Court Is iinvlng along slowly, anil
will continue this week and pinhably a
greater puitlon o( next wk. Decisions
in a few cases are mentioned below.
Case of Mary Ro'iiuou vs. Solomon
Musser, suit for damages for seduction,
Jielgmeiit for plaintiff for f:U0 rendered
last term, and motion for a new trial
(lied, argued and overruled at this
term, also bill of exceptions 1'iI.mI nud
appeal to the Supreme Court grunted.
Case ol John D. Galey, ngain-t John
I. Thompson. Oir da ges for nialIccou
prosecution. Tried belore the fallowing
Jury : Isaac A'ood. Thus. L. Shaw, R.
F. Craven. J. R. Duval, B. F. Canada.
Thomas II. million, l ion. J.ilie, Willis
Wot ley, J:i lues Lewis, Jesse RViird, J;is
McAfee, mid V. P. Bernard, who alter
hearing llie evidence, lustruclions ol
the tlniirt. uiid arguments by atlorneyf,
brought In n verdict of $1U in favor of
Belore ndioiirnuicnt on Friday even
ing. May Hi. on a iaoiIoii, t he Court up-
poluU'il tim e ineiii HTS ol un; oar i ru
n.u t sulLililu n-soliilioiis In relation to
tlie lato Maj. Riiliert Sevier, who died
that morning. 1 lie following gentle
men were nnivttntcd sh.1'1 committee :
C. T. Garner, Sr., James W. Black and
(' .1 ll..ll..4 Si,.
It was then ordered that court m'-
iouru until Monday iiiorniug at I) o clock
a.m.. in ordi r licit tlie Judge ami
oilier illlccrs of the euiirt, including
iiieiu'icrs ol i lie liar and o. hers, may at
teml the fnuci.il nl Maj. Robert. S un,
formerly clerk of tills court.
In ruse of Mary A. Kmlgrrs.g:ilii-t
Win. T. Uodgers. suit lor dieoree;
Final decree gianled ss prnyril. ami
custody olcliild swur.l-d to plaiutilf.
SMALL MULES WANTED.
I will be at Whltmer ft Co., Stable, In
Richmond, Mo., on Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday, May 2!th, 3uih, 6u;l 11th,
to buy Mules from 14 to 14 hmni high.
from 4 to 7 years old.
L. SI. GRANT.
Mr. W.J. Henderson of this vicinity,
lias placed us under obligation for a list
of tho stock. Willi names of purchasers
at the "Blooded Catllo Sulo" at Plaits
burg on Sal iroay last. Much of this
stoek sold reasonably low, and we felt
hopeful Ray county would come in for
a fair share of It, but In this we were
disappointed. Wo expected to publish
tint lli or Hie stoek, with mime urn! res-
deuce ol the purchaser, but other mat
ters crowded It eut. Wo hope to sco a
feeling stirred up among our Isruicm.ln
fuvor of Improving their stock.
Srjulre M. G. Dale, who Uvea up near
Swauwick, bought at the stock sales, ol
the "Breeders Association, of Clay and
Clinton eouull-i.s" at Pluttsburg, oil
Saturday lust, the lino bull cult "Master
Fern 2d", bred by Jolm W. Jones, of
Stcwartsvlllu, Ho received Die calf at
Richmond on Monday evening by mil
Tho cilf will not beayoj'.r old until the
8th day ol September next, yet be
weighs now 610 pounds. Mr. Dale got
him fur the .remarkably low prlco ol
Persons owing delinquent hind taxes
will do well to pay them without ad
ditional costs, as the Supreme Court ol
the St.ito has decided the law good, and
you arc In danger of losing your laud
under the Slierill's hammer, If you uo
Hot settle up your ueumpii'iiees. ii u
too lato now to uigue the Justice or un
Justlco of tho law, ns that mailer Is
beyond your control. Reccollect thai
luxes are a tlrst-class lclu oil property,
and the man who buys a piece of laud
at delinquent tax sale under the Sheiitl's
liumuiciyinnloiilitcdly gets a good title.
Rc wise then and pay belore tho costs
ui:cu mula te to more then the tax.
Our Street Commissioner should h ive
the brush, loose hoards ami other rub-bl-h,
cleaned up Iroin off tho luck
streets of Richmond. Let us keep the
We understand tho coal miners at this
place are on a atrlko and work nt the
mines hu stopped. This Is not on ac
count of any dlssaltsractlon with Hits
prices received, but It Is all because
some miners down at Bevlor, In Macon
County, or at somo other point down
the country requested It, It Is very un
fortunate, for the miuera that this strike
should occur Just nt this time lu the.
year, as there Is very little demand (or
coal now, and mine owners had Just as
-on shut down as to run. Tlie railroad
companies gen -rally have learned to
anticipate these strikes, and majority
ol them have coal enough on hand to
last from 4 to months, and being In
sympathy with mine owners, they do
not press for a fulfillment of contract.
The consequence of all this Is, that the
men who dig the coal are the only ones
damaged by these peilodical strikes.
There are many Intelligent, well inform
ed men among tho miners, and It is a
wonder they do not aco tlieso thing, as
they really exist.
A ( hrnrf.
We will club the following papers
with the Dkuociiat, at the price name
after each :
Richmond Dmioi bat and St.
Louis Republics $ 2 SO
Richmond Dkmim iiat and St.
Louis GIAIx-Demoerat i CO
Richmond Dkmoikat and St.
Louis Times-Journal 3 50
Persons desiring either of tho St.
LohIs weeklies named above, will do
well to give ua a call. Sl-tf
It was very hatnral lor the people of
this place to be frightened at tho liavy
storm of wind and dust that passed over
this place on Monday evening last.
Tne people of this town have seen the
dreadful cfficts of a cyclone that no
ordinary building could withstand, and
they arc naturally timid.
We don't want any person to take the
Dkmocrat without they think It is
worth the subscription price, con
sequently .If there are any such persons,
they can easily stop the paper by com
luir Into the olrlco and paying up lor
what they have got. Tina Is tho way
to act manly about such a Hung.
Quite a number of our citizens went
up to Kansas City yesterday (Wcdnes-
lay), some to attend the sides of Blood
ed Cuttle, at the slock yards, and some
to appear before tho United States Cir
cuit Court.to answer Hie suits that have
been brought against the county, on
county bonds. Judge Hughes and
probably Judges Montgomery and
Etrey were of the Company.
Mssr. Taylor A Smith liavo lately
received a new show case lu their drug
store, which Is something really nice.
It is a two story arrangement nt each
end. Just leaving a nice space In the
middle to show the, smiling luce ol Mr.
Pattou, the aecoiuinodiititig clerk of the
Cllntonconnty paid oil $13,000 of h ;r
IValiroail lVJllus ial wcck, mai nine
not due mull January, lSO. We know
nmhing of Hie character of these bonds.
That leaves the debt ot the comity
Burglaries aro of nightly ocenrrauee
all along the lines of tlie railroads from
Kansas City to St. Louis, ami nearly
every night some town Is visited. Kuep
an eye nut tor them mid administer
red hot lead to every one Hint tries to
ireak Into your huti.?.
Mrs. J. I,. Lewis lost a p icket hook
Willi a small sum of money lu it on the
ilih l..st, on I'm road from the Parrot
farm to Orrick. The Under will confer
a great favor if tin y wiil return it to
Mrs. J. F. Groves, and child, of La
fayette county, was poisoned by a hired
''irl, named Matllv Siuiius. one day last
o k. but lortiiuateiy by Hie early use
of antidotes, neither was seriously In
lured. Tlie girl gave no reason for tlie
rash net. and said slm did not know
ivliy she did it.
Tlie suit of M vria Chapman, ngainst
the town of Vililmrsl, is now in prog
ress In Hie Git-cult Court ill this place.
Certain eiti.ens ot tlie town made HiU
woman leave tlie place, and she sues
them tori'.O'K) ilinn iges lor this little
Col. Jasier-Nii'dhiim. tho Grarge
l.eet uer. Is going to deliver a scries of
lecturers lu this county. See appoint
ments eNcwhera. By tho way, when
we Hist knew Necdham, somu six tears
ago, he was not ' "Colonel" but a plait
farmer, running a threshing machine.
Soma people take life hard, while
others tako it easily. If a man groans
over Ills work ami grumbles until he Is
completely soured, ho actually doubles
tlie amount of labor necessary to finish
his task. If, on the oilier hand, he
laughs at toll, the toil Itsclt seem to wear
a smile, and helps to finish Itsclt up by
the middle ol the afternoon,
A. F. A A, H.
All members of Richmond Lodge No.
.17 A. K. ri A. M.. are lieicby ooiillvct lu
attend a regipsr meeting, at their Hull,
Saturday Muv tflst, l-7li, nt 1 o'clock,
P.M. li.v order of the W. M.
W. A. HOLM AN. St't Y.
We are under obligations to Mr.
Emir Soott, of Fulton, for a copy of the
Westminster Monthly, edited by the
Literary Societies of Westminster Col
lege, containing ail obituary notice of
his twin brother. Oilutt Scott. Mr.
ScoltV death was caused by a gun-shot
wound received last December, lui
niediaudy after his successful contest In
Glasgow for the honor of representing
tills State at Hie North-Western Inter
State ColOglule Association at Iowa
city. II Immediate illness only lasted
12 hours, his death was a terrible shock
to relatives and friends. To my that
Olt'utt Scott was peculiarly gifted, would
ae.ircely epics a true state of his case,
to lure Intellectual ability, lie added j
Indefatigable study, ranked foremost In
the Statu us s College Orator, was a
candidate for graduating honors In
Juno. The bow that spanned the future
of our young friend, seumed uiiusuully
full of promise, but alas ! for
"Miopia is lor uublo lives that earth
Might be more pure ; the touch of love's
And saving baud ; the source of boyish
The in ace of Iioiim, tho Joy ol comrade
ship We had tlicni all, und now they liavo
Wo count them carefully, und see their
And teel that time and lortuuo have
J. M. 11.
LOCAL It RIFFS.
Halt at Ql ESENBt ll VS.
Mr. Samuel Simmons has our thanks
for several messes of very flue lettuce.
The marrying business must be going
very slow In Ray county Just now, as
we get few reports of weddings.
Ben Conrow, who Is glad to see er
e rybody, Is nt yCESENRLRY'S.
F've-y mm lias bis grid. If the Lord
does not give one to lilui bo makes one
Collector Davis wants that Personal
Tax you have suffered to liecome de
linquent. Read bis hand bill on the
Richmond has two good, butcher
chops, we only mention this fact be
cause It cannot bo found out from our
Hamburg Edgings, both White and
Colored, a very full line at
HMf ' S. H. CRISPIN A CO.
A Judge lias decided that a woman is
not an "old maid" until she Is thirty
live We have no old maids In Rich
The cases tn our court from Lafayette
county.attractcil a number of Lexmgti n
citizens and lawyers, over here tills
An honest Indifference to many pre
vailing complaints Is Hie result of fclng
Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills. For sale by
all druggists. Prlco 23 cents.
The forest trees nre now In full leaf
and tho nimble squirrel rejnleclh great
ly thereat, being uo longer fearful ol
the hunter's shotgun.
Ah I But Wasn't Hint glorious
shoWeron Monday evening last, and
the farmers are Just M happy about It
as they can be.
Recollect Hie tempeninco leclitl'o at
the Methodist Church to-night, by Col.
Routt, of Liberty. Turn out and hear
what he lias to say.
Call nt S. R. CRISPIN ft CO'S store
if you.wisli to look through a very full
stock of Ladies Dress Goods aud Trim
mings. They can suit yotl.
Mr. Klger !c repairing the ell portion
or his residence, In tho Eastern portion
ol town, and got the roor off on Mon
day last, Just lu Hum to get t'.lO benefit
ol tho rain.
The congregation at South Pi lilt
Church, near Albany, are repainting
and fixing up tliclr church bulldliiif.
Other country churches should catch
the seine spirit.
The streets about Richmond need a
great deal of cleaning up before they
look respectable. If wo have a Street
Commissioner, the council should
direct him to have this work done.
Rev. Mr. Lewis preached at the
Methodist Church In this place last
Sunday, and Prof. J. E. Dunn at the
ChriHiiau Cuurcli. Roth had good con
gregations. The sound of tho carpenters hammer
and swosh of the painters brush Is now
heard about Richmond, much to Im
provement of the appearance of the
We notice several new houses In Or
rick. and indications ol business thrift
are vi-ible on every hand. The town
of Albany aUo shows every evidence of
lite and activity.
A young mother must have some rest.
l!ut imw is tins to bo accniupllslicil,
when I lie baby Is restless and cries con
stautly? Simply by using Dr. Hull's
For bargains In Dry Goods, Notions
Clothing, Dress Goods. Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps or Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods, go to
S. R. CRISPIN A CO
Several of cur c'.il.cns attended the
stock sales at Pluttstnirg on Saturday
last, among tliem Messrs. Jus. lliiglus,
W. J. Henderson. M. G. Dale and . E
Settle. Mr, Dale bought the only
animal brought to Ray.
S. R. CRl-riN A CO. don't do a
credit business, hut persons who have
been accoiniiiodated by lr.i-lug a ticket
made ol their purchase will please call
and pny theiii. Time is up
Senator D. ). Heaston will please ue
cept our thanks lor n copy of the Fund
Commis-ioui i s Report ol this Suite. It
shows our outstanding bonded indeb
tedness on the 1st day of January, lsiTD,
Much ol the wheat in tho country be
twocn Richmond and Orrick, looks
well but some of It is In a very sickly
condition nnd ruin won't save It. Corn
generally stands well, nnd looks well,
(jirass Is much in need of rain.
Mr. Taylor, of Sullno county, passed
h rough this place early on Monday
morning last, with a drove of nineteen
brood inarcs.bound for Idaho Territory.
Some ol the mares were Hue utilmals,
but the majority wero rather common
Circuit Court . adjourned over Satur
day lust. In honor of the memory of
Ma). Robert Sevier, who was clerk ol
.lie circuit court In this county for 8
years His Itinera! was very largely
attended on SuturJay evening.
. Tlie limn with acast-lron palrof lungs
was ill town lout week wlili lead pencils,
pins and other notions, which he was
willing to part with for a small con
sideration. The boys patroul.ed lilin
rather liberally, considering what "tie
bad to sell.
We learn that Mr. Ilradley Vaughn
died rather suddenly ut Albany, In this
county, on Friday morning last. He
had recently been to Kansas City to be
operated on lor the Piles, but we failed
to learn tho Immediate cause of Ins
A representative of Lewis Cook A Co,
buggy factory, was lu town this week
with a lot of auction buggies. Ho sold
two buggies one to Mr. Geo. A. Hughes
and one to Mr. Burnett Hughes on pri
vate tonus, and a third at auction for
$02. We didn't learn now lie disposed
of the buluucc.
Willi our better half, wo took a drive
up to Orrick, on Sunday lust, to h'-ur
Mr. Cumpliell lecture, but in the audi
ence assembled, we saw no face wc had
scuu before, hut that of Campbell (mu
ssel f. We have 0 subscribers at orrick,
yet we recognized the fact that wo were
a stranger in a strange laud.
The name of this par is no longer
CiiiioMct-K. That Is buried nwsy, but
in its place subscriber will receive the
Richmond Dkuociiat, which I the
same tiling under another tmme. By
eiiiuest work, we hope to make tlie
Di.MiictiAT tlio best paper ever pub
li.shod in tlio county. The subscription
will remain ut the low prlco ofiJiLiiO.
Drop In und try a copy.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
JfiCKSOri & PATTON
Cull and sec tlio Fumous
NEW BUCKEYE TABLMAKE
With Atljustalile Heel. Just out. The only lloliablo Self
llako in the market, rind tho only Machine that has proved
a success in a W ct Harvest, fis it h Lighter Draught than
any other, and has
in the Drive- Wheel to clog up. Call and see it at
We also have a Full Stock of
Pine Msumber, Itoors, ii1ou Sank, l'aints,
' i FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Y
.It ft The JuhIIM VtUbratrtl llnin Itoad Wagon,
All of which will ho sold at Hottorn Prices.
Northeast Corner Public Square,
WAEBINsEE, & CO.,
Keep a splendid stock of Fresh Groceries
always On hand, and sell strictly for CASH,
hi THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
We don't expectf to sell all the Goods in our
lino, but wotld liko to receive at least a share of
tho public patronage.
(ioods delivered free to any part of city.
ivc U a Callo
Dealers in Country Produce.
l'icliniond, April 21, 1879.
On the 201 h tiny ol May, 179. nt the
hriik's ivili-ii'-. ty KltltrN. It. l'lSlir,
Mil Sami M. O. .Ms on to Mus. tw.MS
liviUM, all ut fuy con:ity
Os Muy 13! h lust., at the residence of
the kriile s lutlirr, Mr. Zj.ii Italpli, by
fmf. .Iiiimw li. Iiunn, Mil. Jsmks Kix
i.kvioMioS Mil Kali'U, uil of Ky
OnTuesdny May 20th. 1879, at the
resilience ol I r. Garner, in this place,
hy Iter. W. II. Lewis, Mr. Wii.mau
Danniul. ol the lirm of lltihhell ic Co.,
tu Miss 1'loka 'i'uiuu, both this of
A man named Lawrence Knott was
shot mi l killed In the outhern part oi
Laliiyelte county, last week, by bis
brollier-ln-luw, t'ptou Shipley. Knott
was s man 50 years of age and the lath
r of several grown children. He hail ilh
greed with Ills wife and slio had left him
Hulling a home with Mrs. Shipley. At
the time nientio'ic.: tieweiiltorihiplcyV
house and forced kls way into the pits- j
euco of his wife. He then onleroil Mr,
Shipley out of the house, ar.il followed
hiui out Willi a pisUil preseuteil atdhip
ley. 'I'll" laiter aeieo a shotgun an J
ItreJ It, MtliiiK Knoll ulniosi iiistauiiy.
Mr. Tlios. L Sliaw of this place
bought the patent for good part of
liny comity on barbed wire fence with
Iron post. He hns been working It up
during til's Circuit Court.
Il'voii want a real bargain in the dry
Ooods line, go at once to Holt A
Wasson A Kohl til's liiitton Shoes
are worth a trip to see tliem, lor you
can't leave without buying a pair.
I-'iir' a tl.'st-eluss hewiiur Machine.
call on Ji VY. lloweu, at the Post
Taylor's Patent K.iastlo Bed Spring
can be seen ut the Hliaw llomr.
Chew Jacksou's Best Hwect Navy
In Oentli'inens J'urnlshliig (loods of
any kind H. It. CiriM'l.V & CO can
suit you. Cull and see for yuurstlf.
Just think or It I A Cull suit at Was
ok & Kowi.uB's. for fU. 7-9-tf.
Hull Million I'ouuds nl Wool.
Tell tlion. amis Pry Hides,
'l'liice tliouaaud pminds id llitttor.
Five llioiisinj doen Kggs.
11KOM N tx IHIO.,
(llV.'Jt) ilOKIUN, Mo.
HAVE THE BEST.
, ciioici: (;uorKim:s.
"If elly choice CohVe. 5 lbs (or ..$ 1.00
i.iuwu Siuur, 11 to M lbs for . . 1.00
I ttiwd Collie, tllbs lor 1.00
1- lue hyrup s per pnllon 73cts
10-tf Holt t IliTQUKS.
Farmers Look to your Interest.
Tlie silenilld Norman llor-Si
Will fniilt-K (he prrncn n-nuwin (
our Htubla oiioll' Hit-rlifn ft
To'if llftuk, in ihfi f hy of liichmouil,
ftnil will nerve mnreii t $h ti
In-'iii'fl w hh fork I , miiKv due wlivu tho frift U
nMi-4-nulniMl or m:it-v imrt! with the oolt rc
t.tiflll' for I lie ui vici'H ut the home.
Hlo.SKWAI.I,u h buiutiiul iHi)le Inn
(ivy, 7 yt'nr oltl, 1U U httuil liitrh,
Hyiiiinetrii-nlly iroMtrtlniifi, liettvy niu'K-(l
hip) ueiglu, wliiu in pnnt'l rtrth, 1MO ikjudU-i
uii'l h;ib ilu i la mitt iiilendhl action.
U-ll W. t I IM luN A gl'IRK.
t;0 TO FA It It IS SON'S FOR
(iOOI) lUHOAlNS. 13.tr
A splendid line of kid gloves just
received at Wasson Fowler's.
Uutta l'ertha Pulul.
If you want to give your house a new
cont ol paint, L'i to Mosliy 4 Son's and
get tlie Outtal'crcha. which Is already
Clo'hlug in all Styles aud Colors at
bf ooi prices at
s. r. omsrix & co.
WEEKLY SV03K SALES.
Auction Sal. h( tlio well known Mini
popnliir Livery Hutbleof MiK'ttUiluii &
Quirk, ut I oYliR-k on Huturiluy of vm U
wpfk. Furnieraantl others are Invltfl
to brlHjf In tlielr itot'k and ihk-W other
proiRTty a they may Utlro to sell.
Hates lor services iuot reuimhlt?
Coino rlj;ht alonjf, ipniUvuivn, we will
mal e you feel happy.
I'OIt BKST HA US 4 INS IN
UHJH'EJUES.UO TO FAISK1S &
SON'S. 13 tf.
Pull line of Aprlu htylei Prints, at
Uol.r A IIuuuks. 10-tf
A snleiidld lot of lUiiiliurif KdaluKS
at Vaou A l''o ler's.
Sewing .llaiiiiiit' ICciii'M.
I mil prepared to repair and put lu
order hi'wliij; M:u:)ilui s of any uiiike on
short notice. Will jjo to private hou- 1
or repair at the store of Hi o. X. Mclicc.
Charges moderate and satistaclluii
Family Grocery Store.
iT1 TT! TTTsTTO mTOTfTPi
DKALKU L COSATBY rKQDMli.
fiOVTIi Slir. MilLiC SQV.WCt
C. D. SAYB.E, Proj.
LUMBER ! LUMBER! LUMBER I
G. T. L1MEEIGE,
' Vard on Thornton Avenues
South of Sha House,
We have in our Yard
PIKE LUMBER of ANY
Moulding, Paint, Class
Doors mtsm Shingles
Hair, Lime, Plaster, Cement,
And every other article belonging to our line of business.
WE Invito our old customors, ami now ones (o give lis ft chll. Wl Ihbftft'
liusinrKS. Cull every t lino bofo.rt mulci-itf sour purchase. Wear
lie FortlnVd il'iirini tlie WAIl. WKjtct our Lumber direct from the
l'iuorles and will sull it at prices lliatcuiiuot full to Hatisiy AM'.
M A M
Pit rin ami Spring Vagon6,
is given up to be the Lightest Draught nud Best Fin-
islicd Wagon in tho market, tin hothiug but th3 very
best Ohio and Indiana timber is Used in their construction.
of all kinds, both plain nnd funcv, promptly ciccuted otf'
the most reasonable terms fj'y us.
Special Attention give: to I'epnirlng of all Kinds
Call ami Hie us ami Get "lied i:a b l"rlce.
Shop on Main Street, East of Ibha'iv JIju. Ifl.
(340.00 Piano Upright Parlor Organ,
Intram mmy nr yaa karv rulty Mar4 It at
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(oi.il HtfMrt umI thai 1 (Mrfi'Ut-ly will n d-v a
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to. rstr mkoc, -y urtfuii nrn
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