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RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1870.
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THOS. D.; BOGIE,
anrroa kd mormiToii.
OPTICS outlfWtttCtrt or tb.rublle
ftqnart, la Wtodaoa aBro, BuHdla-.
Col. T. T. Cilttomlon Is author.
itaUvely announced, by the Seda
'Dtne4 b a candidate for
GoTernor'."" " ' "
Henry Clay Dean refused to
fill liia appointment at the Sweet
Hprings lair laat' week. Tie aald
lie toutd not apeak 'agafnat liora-a
racing and wheels of fortnne. -
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Missouri linn eight I million
t href' tinndred .and twenty one
tlidunaml three bnndred and
lilnety-niua dollars' . worth of
aebool houses and altea, and pay
annually to teachers 12,320,430,
20. ' '
Wendell riiillipa, long a stal
wart Republican, apeaking of
Secretary Sherman.tays: "Tliere
I no doctrine iu finance that he
hart not advocated, and none that
ho haa not denied ; no principle
on either aide that he has not ns
tterted, none that ho has
It is straiiKc bow Jitllc nn ontti
can be relied upon at this pciiod
of tlie world'a history. An evi
dence of it is in a certain ufflda
vit mnde by a man named Har
ris. cbarg'iiR fraud in the Cincin
nati eloution oflatit fall. When
put on the fttitnd liefoic the Con
4jrfsional IuveHtigatiuj; Commit
tee, lie denied more than Imlfof
the statement to which his name
was sipned in ' the most solemn
The Appletou City Lender
a man is dying in that vicinity
who says he is the man who kill
ed Miller, and that it was not
Daniels, who was Imnueil at War
reiiiburx for that crime, When
it is remembered thut Dauiels
told hi a'o 1 mother only a few
Iiour before bis death that he
was innocent of the crime, ami
that he protested his innocence
up to the last moment of his life,
the statement of the dying man
will be accepted by some people
Rural World: The taxing of n
fanner's lands, uud o( his crops,
too, is an catrsge. What would
merchants say if they were not
only taxed for the amount ol
goods they bad on hand at any
one time, and then, In addition,
upon nlLthe sales they bad made
iluriug the entire year on all the
goods tiny bad handled I And
yet one is just as reasonable as
the other. The law ' must be
changed. The farmers are tax
ed already more than any other
class, without taxing the crops
they may yearly produce,
The La Pis La Home I'rvti aayst
"It is a noteworthy fact that iu
the rural districts In this county
many of the best citizens, men
who would and lead public opin
ion Iu their neighborhood, are
taking an active interest in the
temperance cause, indicating
most conoliisively that those
silent yet effective forces of
society arc undergoing a revolu
tion that will make them potent
for good id the future. This la a
subject for gratulation by every
good citizen, and we point r. it
as an important factor in induc
ing iuimigratiou to our county of
the best class of people.
Paris Mercury : At the annual
pic nia of the Grangers of St.
Louis county, the other day, Hon.
John Walker, of Howard county,
who is prominently spoken of for
Governor, mode the first speech.
In the course of bis remarks be
said he considered the currency
of the country good enough, but
thought there ought to be a little
more of it j but it was a question
of such vital importance he could
not pretend to indicate the place
to begin or slop at, but was of
the opinion that by inserting a
plank in the platform of ou of
the two great pat ties the desired
object could be obtained without
liaving recourse to u third or
Greenback party, for which be
bad great respect.
The Maine Itepntdicitiis declare
that they will curry tho coming
election at any cost. It is to be
hoped that tho entire cost will
not bo assessed against the de
Elder G. A. Hoffman, who vis
ited tbia place a few week since
writes tbo following to the Paria
Mercury : i '. ; 3 i
" We arrived in Eichmond at
8 o'clock this 'morning. It lias
not yet entirely recovered from
the cyclone of last year, yet a
largo number' of the buildings
have beeu repaired or rebuilt.
In population it is somewhat
larger than Paris, yet the "Boas
Town" is far ahead in churches,
there being but two in Richmond,
the Christian and a Methodist
Two liu relic were destroyed by
the cyclone and bave not been
rebuilt. -Richmond Is not so
compactly built as Paris, and the
ground upon which ft' elands is
much more rolling, yet tho soil
seems to indicate ita fertility by
a heavy growth of all kinds 'of
.. After preaching Lord's Day
jiorning and night, at Richmond,
Monday, tbe 18th, found ns com
fortably seated on the Lexington
& St. Joe train bound oCliua-
cil Bluffs. , 'Tbo country litwpetij
Kiciimona ana ssi. joe is, per
haps the most beautiful I ever
beheld. It aoems. to a great ex
tent, to satisfy the fancies and
longings of my eyes. 1 It is a
beautiful rolling prairie, the fer
tility is, 'perhaps equal to our
best prairies iu old Monroe. It
is 'much more rolling than our
prairies, and its beauty seems to
rousist in this. To one side the
pasture green and fiesh with its
herds ol sheep and kine delights
the eye. To the other, the corn
field, to whom Sol has already
given the goldeu tinge. Its
overburdened stalks remind us
that an abundant harvest awaits
the tiller of the soil. Just be
yond Ihe graintield and meadow
nre. Mill growing w ith their stalks
of wheat and hay. And above
the villa of the farmer with its
fiult and shade trees, its stables
and barns, just to tlieivlit.be
I ween two such farms, there lies
a vale through which, peihaps,
we'll catch a passing glimpse of
a village. Thus it continues for
miles, all under fence and in a
tine state of cultivation.
How "Prole! 'tin'' Works.
People who. take pleasure in
the present protective tariff,
which is transferring the earn
ings of the multitude to the pock
ets of the few protected, will
read with interest Sain ('ox's
off hand way of stating the pro
cess of "protection." He said
"The farmer, starting for bis
work lias a shoe put on his
horse wilb nulls taxed 07 per
cent., driven with a hammer tax
ed 5i per ceut., cats a slick with
n knife taxed AO per ceut., be
hitches bis horse to a plow tax
ed SO per cent., with chains tax
ed 67 p-r cent. He returns to
his home at night, luys bia wear
ied limbs ou a sheet taxed 58 per
cent., and covers himself with a
blanket which has paid a tax of
250 er C'nt, He rises in tbe
morning, puts on au bumble
flannel shirt taxed 80 per cent.,
bis coat taxed 50 per cent., shoes
taxed 35 per cent., and bat taxed
70 per cent., opens family wor
ship with a Bible taxed 35 per
cent., and kucels to bis God on a
carpet taxed 250 per ceut., sits
down to bis humble meal fret a
plate taxed 40 per cent., witu a
knife and fork taxed 35 per cent.,
seasons bis food with salt taxed
130 per cent., pepper 297 per
cent., drinks bis coffee with sugar
taxed 70 per cent., be looks
around on bis wife and children
all taxed iu the same way, takes
a chew of tobacco taxed 100 per
cent., and leans back iu his chair
and thanks hiu stars that he lives
in the freest and best Govern
ment under Heaven,"
Neatly 12,0(H),0l)0 has already
been disbursed by tbe arrears of
the pension net, leaving $13,000,
000 to be paid. No special order
is observed in tho payment of
the arrears, the eases being set
tled in the order in which they
are reneh.-il. They will aggre
gate, ns the coinmisHoiier esti
mated, about 45,000 claims, re
quiring 25,(KK),O00 to pay them.
The largest amount paid to any
pensioner was $t,500, I lid iu
some instances a cei lirle te has
been issued lor ?l.i(). The clui
ly disbursement averages $250,.
Olio. Claitiis me being paid at
the r.ite of GOtl n day, and the of
tlcials expect to be able to dis
pus- ol an oi ineui oetore tne
; iiiii'MIc of October. A.
A Apolitical letter written to
Senator Hill, of Georgia, by Wil
liam Giles Dix,Esq.,tf Peabody,
Mass., says :
Tbe main duty of the Republi
can party when tbe war w as over
was, by colistitati tal and his
torical precedent, m'fttoy the
constitution of the dJLA States,
Whose deadly, aud .j.ily log
ical work the civil war was. It
should have keen put pdt of tbe
way of doing any more mischief,
Just as tbe articles of confedera
tion were put out . of the way
when their work,, both for good
and evil, bad been uone.
I shall rejoice indeed If tbrre
be a good reasou to believe that
the Republican party is determ
ined to do what it can to secure
a national government, in which
tbe States shall be tuorougmy
subordinate to the national
sovereignty, as much so, certain
ly, as tbe cities and iowds oi any
State are to any 8tate govern
ment and probably much more
Every person connected with
the civil administration of the
State should be a national officer,
from tbe Governor of a State to
tbe humblest police officer. It
may lie well enougu mat ino
Governors of tbe States should
be chosen as they now are, by
the peopla of tbe States but
tbe Governors, ouce designated
by the popular vote, should re
ceive llieii authority aud com
mission from the National Gov
ernment. So the Mayors ot
cities and suDCrintendcutH of
towns may be chosen by tbe
cities nnd towns i but their com
missioners should come from the
Governor of the Stute himself,
under the supposition that he is a
representative of the uaiioual
Yon see, honorable sir, that 1
advocate a system of national
government which shall greatly
modify tlie executive authority
of the States, and completely
abolish State courts, State judi
ciaries, State laws, State militias
and State cons' itulions.
This letter of William Giles
Dix, a promineut Republican of
Massachusetts, is but the echo
of the sentiments of Secretary
Sherman and other leaders and
expounders of Republican princi
ples, though np to the present
time they have carefully refrain
ed from giving them public ex
pression. That is the tendency
ol the party, and their intention
to dissolve state lines and create
a tientinlized power cannot be
disputed. They desire the state
officials to be "national officers,
from the Governor of a state
dowu to the humblest police
officer." Wipe out stato lines,
create a government of aristo
cracy, a centralized power, and
tbeu we can run things to suit
ourselves and .keep each other
in office continually. How do
you like the outlook as laid down
by Republican leaders 1 Docs it
encourage yon to vote theRepub
lienn ticket t
Hsxlms far a Voiiny Man.
Never bo idle. If your bands
cannot be usefully employed, at
tend to the cultivation of your
Always speak tbe truth.
Keep good company or none.
Live up to yonr engagements.
Keep your own secrets, if you
When you speak to a person
look him iu the face.
Good company and good con
versation are the very sinews of
Good character is above all
things else. Never lmten to
loose or idle conversation. You
had better be poisoned in your
blood thau in your principles.
Your character cannot be es
sentially injured except by your
If one speaks evil of yon, be
so virtuous that men won t be.
lieve him, ,
Drink uo intoxicating liquors
Ever live, misfortunes except
ed, within your income.
When you retire to bed. think
over what you have dune during
Never speak lightly of religion
Make no baste to bo rich, if
you would prosper.
Small and steady gains give
competency with tranquilly of
Never play at any kind of
Avoid temptation through fear
you may not withstand it.
Earn your money before you
Never run iu debt unless you
can see a way to get out again.
Ncvur borrow :f yon possibly
Ksep yourself innocent if you
wool i bu happy.
Save when you are young to
spend when you are old.
Never think thnt which you do
lor religion is lime or mitspent.
A few days ago a little inci
dent fell under our notice that
would furnish material for a long
article bad we time and space
for moralizing and lecturing hus
bands upon an abominable, tyrj
ranical and nnjnst habit that
ninety-nine out of every hundred
In one of tbe stores on Front
street, where we stopped to sco
the proprietor on business, man
and woman wer making some
purchases. The wan. pinched
look upon the woman's face told
as plainly as words that ber mar
ried life hand been one of work,
work. work. She was poorly
dressed iu comparison with her
rugged husband. He bad pur
chased boots, clothing, etc., for
himself, but we noticed that tbe
woman bad not gotten a single
article for her own use. She ask
ed to see some r' ""kings, wbicli
were shown ber, but when told
the price she looked timidly at
her husband and asked to see
cheapest in the store. Finally
she selected a pair, and plucking
her lord and master to one side
we inadverrently overheard her
ask him to let her have ten ceuts
the price of the stockings ex
plaining that she Lad spent all
her money some weeks before for
tho children. Ten ceuts was
doled out to ber from a well-filled
pocket book, the filling of which
no doubt was due as much to ber
work as fo bis, and it should
have been partnership property.
How can men be bo niggardly
and ecldsu T Have they forgotten
how bard it was when they were
in their teens to ask the "old
man" for a lew cents f How mis
erably they felt although they
have worked bard nnd helped
earned what was there laid by t
This habit of making wives de
pendent upon their husbands for
every cent lliey find it necessary
to expend is one that every right.
minded man should bo ashamed
of. Let the husband reverse tbe
order of things for awhile and
see how he would enjoy tho po
sition his thoughtlessness or nig-
garduesa forces his wife to occu
py. Why not leave money from
time to tinio to use it ns she sees
tilt Are you afraid she will be
extravagant f No, yon know she
will make one dollar go as far in
supplying her wants as you will
make live dollars go m supplying
your wants. No danger of her
spending a half dollar or more
treating herself and several com
rades no danger of her buying a
pocketful of cigars no danger of
her belting anything on a dog
fight or a horse no danger ot
her throwing tbo money away in
tho thousand aud one ways that
men do. Suppose she does buy
a bit of ribbon, a dress, a bonnet;
hasn't she a right to spend what
she helps to earn! Don't ydu
want your wife to look respecta
ble 1 "It's all I can do to make
both ends meet." Oh, yes ; that
is as old as the hills ; it ought to
ease your conscience. You don't
think or it when you throw your
money away for things you could
easily do without, lou never,
no, never r ,
Confound yon, quit yonr nig
gardly ways give your wife
money without waiting for her to
ask for it you know you are
guilty of a mean trick when you
place ber in the position of a
slave. We can't waste no more
time on you, but we've said
enough to shame a cast iron man
Are you guilty t
Among tbe many wise and
wholesome laws enacted by our
lust Legislature is one which pro
vides for the cancellation of
county warrants by tbe treasurer
by punching round holes through
tbe signatures and writing across
tbe face of the warrant iu red
ink tbe word "cancelled," with
tbe date of such cancellation, and
that the county clerk shall also
write "cancelled" across the
back of the warrant, in red ink,
when the court receives it from
tbe treasurer as a voucher iu bis
settlement. The design of th's
law is so apparent thut it needs
no explanation. It wr.a claimed
that it was badly ueeded in some
parts of the State. It is certain
ly a reasonable precaution. The
bill also provides thut the war
rants after their cancellation
shall be tiled as records of the
"It is a settled principle, your
honor,' said an eminent lawyer,
'that ca.ises alwuys produce
effejU' 'They always do for
lawyers,' responded thojudgo
'but I have sometimes know u a
cause to deprive i client of all
Ibis effects, '
, ' B0HE.' ' i ' '
Home will be Jurt what w mike It.
Clolhpd In sorrow or In Joy; .
Love, U pure no power can break It,
Nor lit peaceful life annoy.
Darkiieat slwayi gather strongest
Where lore'i power li little known;
There Its ahndow dwell, the long" li,
Ai a tyrant ou hla throne.
In the garret or the palace.
Home I home, where'er It be,
Lore .Mould mle It free from mallet,
Spreading peace and harmony.
Plenxnnt wordu at horns returning,
Brlnar kind anawera bark ijrlil ;
Each from each be ever bearing
l.ove la IU bright golden chain.
Oh how grand, arrayed In beauty, .
When love' power guide all at
Asa eenthit-i on duty,
ll remains whate'er may come.
T.ovlnjr henrr aro ever ready
To add plenmitei every day ;
By their life power, firm and steady,
BIcMlng all within their way.
May love's aun be ever alilnlmr.
In each home o'er all tbe land.
By Ita inystlo craon entwining,
Heart to heart and hand to hand.
Flowing onward a. s river,
In Ha illcni ninJotv ;
Ood'a tnio prewnce to deliver
Heart and homes from nibery.
Soma Utile Thing:.
If your coal Are is low, throw
on a tablespoonful of salt, aud it
will help it very much.
A little ginger put into sausage
meat Improves tho flavor.
In icing cakes, dip tlie knifo
frequently Into cold water.
In boiling meat for soup, use
cold water to ex'ract the juices.
If the mentis wanted for itself
alone, plunge Iu boiling water nt
You enn get a bottle or barrel
of oil off any carpet or woolen
stuff by applying buckwheat
plentifully and faithfully. ' Never
put water to such if greaso spot,
or liquid of any kind. '
Broil steak without salting.
Salt draws the juices in cooking;
it is desirable to keep these in if
possible. . Cook , over a hot fire',
turning frequently, searing on
both sides. Place on a platter ;
salt and pepper to taste.
Beef having a tendency to be
tough can be made very palata
ble by steaming gently for two
hours with pepper and salt, tuk.
ing out about a pint of the liquor
when ball done, and letting the
rest boil into the meat. Brown
the meat in the pot. After tak
ing np, make a gravy of tho pint
of liquor saved.
A small piece of charcoal iu
the pot with boiling cabbage re
moves the smell.
Clean oil cloth with milk and
water ; a brush aud soap will
Tumblers that have had milk
in them should never be pal iu
A spoonful of stewed tomatoes
in the gravy of either roasted or
fried meat is an improvement.
The skin of a boiled egg is Ihe
most efficacious remedy tbat cun
be applied to a boll. Peel it
carefully, wet aud apply it to the
part affected. It will draw off
the matter acd relieve tbe sore
uess iu a few hours.
A farmer says: "I. our years
ago my farin was fearfully infest
eu with rats. lliey were so
numerous tliat I bad great fears
of my whole crop being destroy
ed by tliein after it was boused;
but having two acres of wild
pepperuiiut tbat grew iu a field
of wheat.cut aud with the wheat,
drove tbe rats from my premises
I bave not beeu troubled with
them siuue, whilu my neighbors
bae any quantity of tin-in.
feel convinced that any person
who is troubled with these pests
could easily get rid of them by
gathering a good supply oi mint
and placing it around the walls
or baso of their darns.
Milan, Mo bas a white ribbou
temperance club, conducted
wholly by ladies. At their meet
ings they bave a journal, essays
and dialogues, aud make them
There's a fortune lor the mun
who invents a pencil that will
always stuy sharpened.
m . '
Boft Vertst. I'aro ami grate
six Urge potatoes ; hoi! a largo
hniidlul of hops iu two quarts ol
water ; strain and pour on Ihe
potatoes while boiling hot add
one leacnptii of brown sugar
w litn miflii'U'ntly cool.
, GK.XEK1L DIRCCiOUT. .
PrMI.Vnl-niilllfrf.irJB. H.r, f Old.
Vtr..rrlU-Wra a. Wlmltr, N. T.
Seenurj of suit W . M Krarai, of .1. T.
scrtt.rj or Interior Owl avtinrt, of alo.
ft.erat.ry el TrManrrtohn 4h.rman, of Ohio
acrtry of War O. W. MeCrarjr, of fa.
Srerat.ry of K.?y R W. Thnnti4on, of Ind.
font-Matter General f. M. Ker, nfTml.
i;nlel.liutle-M. H. Witr. of Oblo.
N.th.n rnrd. ot M.ln..
w . w .j nr, of Ohio.
n J fHI'l, of ( lifomtH,
Mrnitrl V. MilOr. of low.
Win Ptmnpr, of iconf ln't.
J.I Hrft'tlry. of Jmrtf.
Ward Hunt, ot Nw York.
Unrvmor John ft. phtlpt, of Urvtret Court? .
Llrnt. Oot.-M C. Brakrn?Ttrftt. JLoia.
Trrmfliircr filTJnh Oat, of Bur hitUM.
erUT of Btl-M. K. MoUralh.SI. LonU.
Aaidlrnr TTioi . Ifolllitny, ut Jidim.
AttirDeT-f'ml .J. tnirh, of OuU.
Rrdltr of In.li J. K. MHr, Jackm.
ttup'LPab. ftohooln R. D. Ahtnno.
ft.iimi.t Hamlin, "f Colo,
rnlTiI r'iJ- M- W-rmmiukt. hi. Lot.it.
Cuinml nT( A. U. for tor, ol Nowton. .
mm Innuroneo Dcp'l W. 1. Holfe
t'nitoil state Circuit Conrt WtHerii Diatrlet
IBaniiitl r Millar, of Iowa.
A riiuM Krwkel, nf Mitnourl.
John r. JMIlon, ofMlisouri.
Rojritiar term, Third MnmUy im April and
NoTembtPi, at Jffcroott:itr.
United atatoa DiatnutUoart Wwteni Dlitno
JmlRt? A run Id Krvkol, of Col oovntjr.
IMnrlct Attonier-A. W, W 'ail Int.
RepruUr Trrnw, Vift MuoiUy la March and
Member of Conur Nltholaa Ford.
Ctroult Jiidiro Ueirn T. Duub.
SUta Henator-D j. lioaaton.
Kepreentatfva--L. C. Aokonaoti.
Coooly Juatlcea Charle J , Jluftioa, Prodding
In IT Justin,
A'fcW.lflte I Wwttern tltt. T. W. M ntf omrjr
Juiicei KaMimi l't Nllat Kry.
Clrtmlt Clerk John IV, ftptirloek.
Con nt y C'erk (ienrgo W. Trlitf.
County Atlomey James W. Garner.
Collector Jamea A. Lavi.
rtheriff Thomai Mrftinnls.
Treasurer H. A. IMman.
Itrconltjr lewit HatiKhtiY.
AMsKor I. ft. Flournoy,
Stirvaror -John T. JUnnMer.
Coroner John Warrenstoff.
i'tatillo AilmioOlratnr J, P. Hayne.
Achool Coramiiskmer Thomai M. Daacr.
Jnitlct of Klnhmond Townlilp'-UMrg. M.
Berkley anil M. G. D.I..
CooM.bloJno. C llorrU.
;nii :t niisuti cotitb.
t Irall Co-tri lflrt Moml.7 la M.y and Ree
end Mond.jr In Novtmli.r.
rnunty ounly Virl II inA ty .very (ninth.
Frob.1. CourtltruUr 't'wmH.oond Mnn
d.y. of the moDlh. or JiiutUAry, April, July
and OeJober. J
Terms of Subsorlptlon i
iinffle Copy, oil. year SI AO
Single (lopy, .Is month. 7
In Club, of Twenty (enrli) 1 3d
Rate of Advertising i
1 .quar. of inline, or lev., 1 lnerttoa S 1.00
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K.cli Adilillnn.l Anlm.l 1 00
Mcal Notici.. One Inwertlott. locent. p.r
lint on wtllori.l paae, la cent, per lla. for
e.oh fncertlon. Spooi.l rate, for longer tiin.
Alttraniileut .dvertlteinenr. will b.eh.rjred
.1 the rat. of SI per .quart for tb. Ural inter-
tlon, and AO otutt for eaeh .ubMqn.nl lnMr
Dr. M. C. JACOBS,
Treat. .11 in.nn.r of Chroule IiIiuhi, In
eluding adciloa. of Ut. Throat, Noit, Ear
OKHCN at Junobi' nook and Prug St.ra
day and night.
w.w.xo.ar, u. p.
u. a. moi, m.
IY10SBY & SON.
Will ilerota Ihelr .ntirt attention to the
nrartlro of their urofwuloa in Itt various
SpiMji.l attention vill be given to Chron
lo DlSaiasSS of either .ex. Such ea... .re
Da. W.W. MoT,(lli..enior partnar) wl'.h
an experience nflbe thlrtl of a eenlary la tbe
praetli-t of medicine, will nrnke DISiaS6S
or women and Children a spe
Will treat, .Rtr th't ran.l tpororrd pmetiee
(he iiih.lallnn and InmiOl.t ion) ALL AP
FKITIUJ.S OK THE RKHl-IRATUUT OR
(JAM. rt-Dlseasea of the eYC
CAR and NOSE will .tetlvt SI'Eclal
W e are preutrrl to one electricity In the
treatment of .11 dUe.iie. in which It i. appll
Iu erllie.1 ea.e. th. itrrd-.e. of liuth will be
glr.n witSout eitra eharK. SATlHr'AtJ
TION OL AIt ANTKKI). Ki-c. re.Milmlile
Oftli o .uil coutult.tiou room over the lriti
Htoraol M.ibv Son. vnl-7-tf
It. H. It i
OKKICE-Flr.t door n.irib of llubbcll A Co'.
fur .1. I'. Hlank
Siatu NViirraula, J'ille bunilt, Warranty
IK vil', tVo.
SAI.K IlillH, Am iiou UilU, raiurlilct
and Buul bl J .
Ttma. r. MhtM-wood rear
Warwick Hunch 1 a'r.
John V. Henry I yoara.
Win. It Napton 4 year.
K. II. T.ara.
LIVERY. FEED S SALE
Opp. J. S. Hughe Jt Co' Bank,
BtenMONO, MO. ,
rort SAT.K AND lIlttK.
fJ i"a V"!'
Jlearse, Baggies and f Arrtagr h
roR FVNKHALO (
tKiitea Roatonabtt. , .(,- '
M-tf McCUISTtOS AQL'IRK, rrum.
RAY COUNTY, MO. .
TO TlfE , ,
ol' liny Comity, Mo.i
HOME PROTECTION COMP'Y
now rhoenntMr ..iimImU. Mil a-e .re no
naurlna ruiinrr. tmipfrly thruii.ii.inT lt
;iuntv. Anv K.rmr wigUtn. to llifiire In lit
H'Miic rrott-e.tlnn ol K.T County, will wtdre.f
I. al. Daher. Awn. K;cl:.iirif, K.jr count;,
Mil, orrither ol'lhe llireotnr.,
C.B.KAVANAUilll. J T. ttOTIKUT,
OHM HAMILTON,. W. . WILLIAMS,
x. t.Mi.e;t im . w . utitiria.
W. If. Fl rt:,
fl. n. KAVANAUCill, fr.',
W. H. rlTCH. Sirrl.ry,
4. T. ROHKRTS, Tmniutr.
A. W. DONIIMIA.V. Pr.ldnt
II. C. OAKN'F.R, CaiililiT.
DiaarTOKt: A. W. Doniphan, IT. C. Oar-
on, MTin. T. Ilra.h.r, V T.Oa.tivr, II. P.
Settle, P. t. Smith, K. II. rinch,' .1. D. U.nt,
II J. Willlani., A. K. Keybnrn, I. W. Shot
well, T. H. Woolard, T. I. Wooituna.
tienvnl banking liu.in... tran.aeled.
tT-tnllentlon. made promptly and at roa
$. a. nvotiat. j.Mas urouaa
J.S. HUGHES i CO.,
Bny and Mil Kaoliang., Government, Stat.
.ml Couuty Hooilt, eto. Collwtlen. made
and I.Ki.iU rcoei veil
REAL ESTATE AGENT I CONVEYANCER,
Hu a oompl.tt Alutrm t nf Till, lo all T.aud
lit Itny eonnty.
SHAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING I
Opposite the Court Houirj,
If you waul good fthmra or your Hull-Cut
or bo clesuit fehmnpoo, iIVE (it's, A L'ALl.
BARBER SHOP !
lat UoorKuaf HiiKhealCo'a Dank,
If you wl.h a KIIIHT-CI.Aait SIIATR. your
IIAIK CUr. or a HIIAUrot), glv. A mo. a
F. C. BUTCHER,
n.AI! and OHM AMCNTAL
Shop ov.r Taylor A mith' Drug Ntort.
le prrn.red to.xoeute on .hort antic., all
tlnd of ll.iue, sigu aud t'ru.m.uUI I'. Int.
Ural ii l ii?,
mail, a .peel.lty and MtlKfaulon guaranteed
H-Coiintry Job. ..Iirlied. T-T-lf
OHRICK, .... MISKOt'fll
a n.b..t.l tn An dll kln.4. ..I
I Piuitini, Piper imm, Wsomiilii., Etc.,
hort notice. 1u4y tul ririli Flint
Ids .all? . AU ftik aitittaiui
a" flTTV J 1 . VeCV.
RICHMOND, frldi.i.'i !,
rtrtiT.ln the r.nn emfor Ston ,fy,iiB,-
j ta court iinitM. yam. .
'V , riTl;s
a., t: t ara.'. f . - w
ATTORNEYS 2 A
RICHMOND, MO." .'
ht rne wdtetal (Mnrla of rat
. an1 .llend to all Icr4l bu-
h Iktir vara. .MKMMI
nmcin luuihaiile of Sojnarr, a!"' !
t)anua orn.a , la-tm1
r in -1 1 1 1 ... . ii,. ,,i ..I. ;
a.$.umn. ,,, it ,p. 4, anonaa.va ,
HUGHK8 & HUGHES, (
RICIlMONfrrMO - "
. ' a. ,- , !,. (,( '-' ff T
Will nnrrlfa m Bill that I 'atari. lk.A tAA
un Klvfti 10 all uuiiim lnint( M Ihrm
ifiiriKi tjirciiii. i-rirnni 411111 nitleul ftlta
nmti ntl t ftlcUiit ft4 1
ATTOENEY AT LAW," '
OrrlCK-Wlih rarrl. A llonmw, eat tin '
r stone naildlng, la enart hoax ).rd.
T. N. LULLOlIt,
W II Drftelic In .11 .tut r.inrf. W D -
Fn.iuiit nti.nilon lren to ijn'lcellnn.. '
OKHtiK-tu Slnlra, tut ..I 4. a. lugW A
C'. Il.nk, witb llitgne. A IliiKhea.
, , ; .. v,U
' E. P. barni; "
Attorney - at - Law '
RICHMOND, MiaSOUBf. " 1
WHl ttrmif witn-!iH.n!nil umiuaeM
to .11 lill.tnc. tnmuleil in h. car.. .
i ir'r'lt :K t stair. Iu torner buildhig anrlh ,
of Hbaw IIuim. .i
FRANK O. IBSON,
Attorney - at - Law
Ricnviosfr, my. (
Will .ttrnd to alVhn.lnar iriSrWi m ki'
With ear and proinptaMM.
OPPICK-Kaat .ml of .lent SVUdrog in th
Cnart lloute T.rd.
D. P. WHITMER,
Attorney - at - Law-
Will practla. la the enuntle. of unptr Ml.-'
aonrl. Cillecllngand other biulncn. conB.Ira'
to hint wil! rteelrv prompt attenllott'.
OrKICK On College Mtrett, tiiH enter'
oulh of SaviiuM liana.
C. T. GARNER & SOU.
LAW & COLLECTION
HICUMOSD, MfSSOflU. : '
OPr ICE aw Htlr. over tlubbetl 1 Ct' ttort.
SHOT WELI it ALL,
Attorneys - at - Law
' , KICUMO.XD, MO.- ,.
Will praetlet la all the CeBru ml lr.,y
orriCE-la tht wt.t rooiii'oy tot eton.'
bulldlna In Conn IIoum rani..
: e , i f
W. W. MOSBY & SON,
nictami,.MMurt. : ,
. PKAUTRa JK : ; '.
D JR U ft S
MEDICINES I CHEMICALS.
Pnilila, Olla, Vmnlalie. frit StufTa
Kino Soap, Qrnahet, 6poDtet,
I'orruniery, Kaucr anj
BOOKS AND STATIONy,
WAX. I. 9 AMU
STC tXB. ETC,
Cuatomor will flnil our Stock com
plete, comprising many article It I
Impnaalt.ltt liera to cmimciato, an(f ,
11 wilU at moderate price.
Carofitlly Compounded at all hour'
u. w. t. icnwKtcn.-
THE OLD aH.lABLIt .
Lh cry? Feed Stable
Xar a,ha n.n.t,
Are propaiml at any ami all lime
lo acvumotfnte (lie puMit with"
Will raltte.rptaartiKora lo anr point
desired at a tninniiiie umio.. ilufM-
biianled hjr day, week or rqoiuh, on
re t.oiiul) e iruit.
I'li.tomera may rlv on prnmpiiii f,
(food IttriKiiiK, .ne liniti: JM ,UM