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Tlli;ilSIAV. MAHCII 10. 1087.
"ANOTHER LIE NAILED."
The trnstrtt of itlcliniond school
district hold warranty deed fur the
college ll ilati-d February in. 1STJ.
and recorded 111 Uie Kami ymr. Thli
answers Uip fnlsrliooil circulated alioiit
the title to the school grounds. The
title is perfect lcyiiid iiuestion. Vote
f r the loan.
(inv. Tayliir of Tennessee has an
nounced Ins intention of pardoning all
iwmc.ii' in the piilleutiary under the
age of ir.
(In TursiluT the Mis-ouii house of
rept-csentnlives i.ssscd the SHmto hill
Hiropriniiiii '"r,ii tor Improve
ment of the stute capito).
The miners in 11m Hamilton and the
Caldwell Coal coinpjine-.' mines struck
last week, owing to a notice. Hint Ihetr
pay would he cut litstf cent per bushel
iiom Apitl I.
tine of the most itilerestinK nnd val
uable articles in Ihls issue Will be
toitiid on the lourth pjiae, twine; a his
lory of wlmt ( Kress Iias done dining
the last two sessions.
The New London Herord pomes to
lis Wltti WVs on It. Orir fsclmltff
lint isalre.idy tery large hut we add
the hp-ezy Itecord. whoe editor. Men.
May ball, is a thoroughbred.
The Carrolllon llemoor.it makes
mention of a surveying parly being a'
woik south of thai riiv. and thinks It
nisv be the the ;., II. .V K. I'. That'
right; "take it all, hog. we'll starve."
Liberty Tribune: Circuit court ad
journed last Wednesday. The cases
on the docket ol selling liquor without
license, were compromised at a figure
that will add some t2,4UJ to the trcae
The Chillicothe Uuilding and Loan
Association, organized only a mou'h
an. has already begun to show its
worth to thst town. Its capital stock
was increased last week from S12u.uo
tin vou w ant to crowd 70 or 80 chil
ilren in one small room where the at
mosphere is unhealthy and disease
liable from such crowding? If you do.
then vole to let the old college rookery
stand aa it does sow.
Xot withstanding the denial of the
St Jie & -st- 1-ouis otticials, it is again
ri.imrl that the Ninta Fe has bought
the road. The report maybe a little
premature. I'tit it is generally believed
that the sale is iu course ui nuiupirnuu.
The tow n of liichuiond pays most
nf the school-tax of the district, liich
mond pays on f:tu.(J valuation: the
remainder ol me uisinci psjs u-nu,-OHO
valuation. This answers those
tirti who talk about taxing those
Jiving outside of the corporation for
the beuetit ot Kicliruonu.
f .' Saturdav Senator Mcdlnnis of St
Ixmis moved to amend the anti-pass
bill o as to forbid Hie iBsumg oi puses
to newspaper employes, w m as
knnw free raises are not known in
newspaper oiliws. 1 he newspaper pays
full price in advertising for every mile
toe eo-iuir noes onapaoa.
The newspaper man notices that it
In invariably the fellow who receives
the most free advertising who speaks
111 of tle printer. For this and other
reasons we are not giving much free
free advertising of late, and disb out
taffy in quite small doses. Asa rule
people do not appreciate that which is
so lreeiy oeaioweo.
1'lllsUDrw- parties have been boring
for oil or gai in Kaunas City for sum.
time. Last week at a depth of 150 lest
itiese parties sirii -yverai .pucKeis
t ull ate gathered every oT. J uey are
confident paying oil will la struck
deeper down. The Hay county oil well
mule every bit as good showing as this
Asusas City well is reported ut uiaae.
A communication from a valued
Subscriber is reiecU-d, l-cuse if we
admitted one correspondent to sing the
praise of a certain candidate for
bchool Commissioner we would in jus
tice be compelled to print letters from
the friends of tither candidates. This
would be tun lor the candidates but
not a bit of fun for the printer, whose
apace is his slock in traue.
n 1 he House Tuesday the auti-Docd-1
iitt nays to ft! ayes. It appears that the
railroad commissioners nave con
siderable power to regulate railroad
traltic if they will only exercise the
same, arul tnis with the iulerstate
kim coerce bill regulations ought to
make it impossible lor the railroads to
make unjuatdiaciiuiiuatioa in lreitfbts.
"Do you want au elegant Uome'r'"
TlOa IihuiI mimes us in the lace every
time we oneu Uie bt Joe tiaietUB. We
are compelled to answer iu the uegn-
uve. II we nau an cirMb mujo
there would be a piano to buy several
thousand dollar pictures a SH.UJI) set
of of furniture a line. But why
enumerate. So, Do; give uaa plain
borne, half-dozen perforated bottom
chairs, a kitchen table and a full cup
board.aud amottouver the door Tbe
good die happy.
Xext Sunday the fast mail service
aoea into oieiation over the Missouri
I'acilic from hL Louis to Kansas City.
Iu bestowing praise for securing this
service the ti lobe- Democrat says -we
had in Cougresman Dockery au ardent
supporter and a ceaseless worker a
man who overcame obstacles and toned
down hostilities Horn the begmiiing to
the eud of the negotiations." This is
deseiveu1 praiaei W heuever our Alex,
suit out w fftt any thing Ue generali)
If we had the space to spare au
interesting story might be wmtu up
of a town and two preachers, or two
aets of sermons, from which we could
iiuiut a moral aud adorn a tale. It is
the old story ol dispute and consequent
bad feeling over doctrinal points that
liave about as much to uo with man's
iulure ss wearing a rabbit's fool or car
rying a buckeye, boinelitues preachers
are C swart, and iu bgliling over the
"letter" loiget ail about the "spirit."
It is needless to say the Iowa is sot
There is perhaps no one thing that
would do as much toward building up
hay cuuuly as the cutting up of the
lands uiloeoacie farms aud oflerinf
the laiuiasl lair prices and on fall
terms ut pa meui. Hundreds of Las
tern laruiers pass through Missouri
who might lie induced to buy lands and
aetile Hi the stale it large land-owners
would do ss we suggest. These men
in search of homes are good men with
small capital, aud could handle to good
Advantage eighty acres of land, hut
Uiey cauuot buy nor cultivate more
than this number ol acres. Hay county
might to-day have one-third more pop
ulation but for Uie lands being held In
large tracts aud not cultivated
By united effort the ('., B. K C.
road can be secured to hidituoud, and
the town will tneu take ou a young
taiom. which will iu turn ettend to the
country surrouuding. 'This road built,
llay county would derive iJJii.'ssi taxes
lioia the live roads running through,
or part of the way through the county.
Jirsldesi, the C, B. &i K. C would give
iu a diiM-t line to Kansas City and Uie
west as well as open up for us maiketa
east and north that are at prcurnl
closed to liichuiond. The individual
in ust be blind indeed who does not see
the advanUu.'c this road would give
us If It is bunt through the Loan. Ws
liava gone aver the whole ground so
olteo that ws art tired of the rrpetl-1
JIH 0. aWSSUOV,
VOTE TOR THE SCHOOL LOAN.
It is a waste of space- and we have
none to waste to say more than we
already have said In lavor of the prop
osition to lie voted on next Tuesday.
We are exceedingly anxious to have
the proposition carry, yet we have no
children to send to school. We .are
exceedingly anxious to pay twenty-live
cents more on the fliil valuation of
our wealth. Whyr Because we see
in the erertion of the new school
buildings something the district needs
and sooner or later must have anil
see the lieginning of a new era ol
pin.erit Ihe death of old fogyism.
and the dawn of that progressive spirit
that marks every oilier county sent in
Missouri but Kichmnnd. llooms must
have a lieginning. and there could tie
no tietter beginning than that we ad
vocale. The improvement will give
idle men work, will stimulate others
to build, will encourage every enter
prising man tn town to work lor and
talk up the town. And by and by a
new raiiroai will come along nw
men will come to town and see the
school huilillngs being completed, it
will stuke them favorably and they
will invest their money and ierhaps
start manuiaciories ana become lav
psyers. Hut why say morel" io to the
polling place and vote V K.s on the
proposition, and you can retire to rest
on l uesusy nigni wnn ine promi con
sciousnesa of having performed your
duty as a progressive citizen.
Latkr - After we had about half of
(Ins nsii'of the IIkvow hat punte-l
ttie school teiard notihed us that the
date of the election had lieeii charged
tn Saturday. April 21. W ill give lull
p irticulais next week.
THE NEE OF BETTER ROADS
Ttie cit!7-i,sof .New Jahiuou, Mo., are
wsking up to facta that are mure pain
fill than pleasing. 1 hey are asking
why tradethat onrecsuieto .New Lon
don now g-H-s to other places. Ifa-iul
bal, lA'tdoma. etc etc. Thediscoverv
has ireen uiade that thoiHands of
dollars are lost tn Xew .om!on and
lislls county by resson of the horrible
dirt roads leading to the county sat
and general cry gies up lor gravel or
The same thing might lie said of
Richmond, tiiven four g.iod roads
leading out of the town for from t.-n t
twenty miles, and not only would th
trade of the town be more than doubled
hut the farmers would get more money
for the products of their labor. At
present they sell w hen the roads are
good and it is possible to haul their pro
duce or di i ve their stock, l'art of ev ry
year t lie roads are almost unpas-uitiie,
and at such times should the market
tie high the farmer cannot get to mar
ket w hat he has to sell. It is an undis
puted fact that Itichinond has lost a
great 0ai or iraoe oecause oi tn
wretched roads lending tn the town
Whether the people will wake upsome
day and devise ways ana means to im
prove the highways is a question fre
DEATH OF HENRY WARD BEECHER.
Hev. Henry vtard lleecuer was
strh ken with paraltsis Saturday ami
continued in an unconscious conui-
tion until Tuesday at a. ni- when
dissolution took place and the spuit ol
the great preacher took its ti ght. It i
but repetition of the voice ol the milt
titude to say that Mr. lieecher w re
garded as the peerless ptiipii orator ol
the century. And the tilooe-Democrat
says truly that -it will be easier to
criticise Mr. Beecher than to replace
him." The genial spirit and boundless
charity of the man had endeared him
to the hearts of the largest congrega
tion in this country, and his admirers
mav lie said to be numberless, ins
dependence in thought and fearless
ness In proclamation oi me same cnai-
lenged the admiration ot those who op-
nosed Ins i treat views.
He had passed his seventy-third
rear, and had he lived until next s-ep.
temlier he would have celebrated the
fortoith anniversary of his pastorship
of I'lymoulh cliurcn ana me niiiein
anniversary of of bis marriage. On
our fourth page will be found a por
trait of the great divine and the details
of the sudden stroke which terminated
his worldly career.
What au exhibition of christian
charity did those Congregational min
isters in Chicago give to the world last
Monday when they wrangled over and
refused to pass a resoiutiou of condo
lence which it was proposed to tele
graph to Mrs. Jteecker, wnose nusuana
lay dying : i uey were airaia uie senu-
mg of such a resolution migut te
taken as an eudor semeut of the so-called
heterodoxy of Mr. Meeciier's views re
garding future salvation and punish
ment : we wonder wnai me .-uareue
Preacher would have said had he been
in attendance at tliat ministers' meet
ing in Chicago, lie was every bit as
I heretodox in his yiewe as Mr. rieecder.
Altt" ' how lltUe there is of Christ in
and alls in jti.?nieLton his fellowman:
Such iuis-ca!ll chri'auity has too
long cursed the world, but swly and
surely it is dying out. Hanry Wari!
lieecher did no little toward killing it.
and thousands of freethinkers in the
pulpit will carry out his work.
For the past three months the 1)k
(x;uat has been presenting the gas
and oil question, all the indications
pointing to ttie existence of both iu
Kay couuty. We observe from Ihe last
issue of the lexingUia Intelligencer
that a number of Lexwgiouiau are
talking of boring from l.uuu to l.o"J
feet soioewhere in Lexington in search
of natuial gas. The Intelligencer says
just what we said tome time ago
when speaking of Uie oii well in
Xortheru llsy, rix.:
-In a number of towns in Indiana.
where the carboniferous format ions do
not exist that we have here, and where
the indications are, consequently, not
so good, rirsl-raU) gas wells have been
struck at BUi to l.uuu feet,"
some day the child who now reads
this psper win, when an oia man, per
haps, ie member that It predicted the
discovery of on aud natural gas la pay
mg quantities iu Bay couuty. We
have seen what changes even a quar
ter ot a century brings about, orealer
things may yet be in Hoc tut the licit
Speaking of th fast loatl seivice to
lie inaugurated Sunday, the liepudlican
Mr. Dockery. at the head of the
bouse committee having postal mat
ters iu charge, has been untiring and
unrelenting in the prosecution ot this
grand scheme, which has been a pet
project of his lor years, and never was
the prospect so discouraging as to com
pel one tot ot abatement in his earnest
ness or conlidence.
Again Uie Republican remarks edi
Congressman Dockery has made all
Missouri his debtor iu heavy figures.
snd he cau rest assured that the peo
ple will have no disposition to repudi
ate the obligation.
Preparations are already being made
lor a busy season at thecauuing tacio
ly. Mr. J. B. silver, the eueigetic man
ager, has seut his Drst order lor cans
od cases seven hundred thousand
caus and about thirty thousand cases.
lnte w ill arrive about thenrstof May
and it is ex peeled that work at the can
nery will commence by the drst ulJ une.
'I he season will be a busy one, large
orders having already beeo placed
with Mr. silver. Lexington llegister.
A similar institution in Uichmond
would make a great deal ot money.
The county is slready a grand one for
truit. aud a large acreage of orchards
will coaie in every year.
There is now one of the linest nnen.
lugs in the state tor a live newspaper
man. The ollic is well ruuioned anil
doing a splendid busiuess. The paper
is iiruiocraiic, in a Democratic county
iu Mo, aiih a large list of subscribers.
I he town has between 6.UU end ,nio
population, is finely situated, aud grow
ing. The prune ul owner is desirous of
changing business and the ofiice cau be
uaa at a bargain, lienors addressed
to tins o'lice will be forwarded to the
party. Ws consider this a flue opening
fur anyone wishing to conduct a news-tspsr.
A rrcent coullagra'.ion In a remote
Chinese village destroyed the ancestral
home of the family of Confucius with
all Its contents texts on stone, commen
taries, wondrous carvings in jade and
alatttstcr, priceless Jars of porcelain,
iewel and precious metal woik,m eof
the most remarkable literary and artis
tic museums in the world, containing
as it did nearly every extant memorial
of the great teacher. In the building,
erected alaiut flu) II. I'., generation af
ter itinera1 Ion of the main heirs of the
Chinese philosophers liavedwelt In un
broken line for 2,5ij years, bearing the
titles of dukes.
What Trss Merit Will 3s.
The unprecedented sale of ltosohee's
Herman fyrup w ithin a few years, has
BSio'i(he, the world. It is without
doubt the safest aud best remedy ever
discovered lor the speedy mid ellociual
cure of Coughs, Colds and the severest
Lung trouble. It acts on an entirely
clilfereiit principle from the usual pre
scriptions giw-u by Physicians, us it
ii-x-s not drv up a Congli and leave he
disease still in the svau iu, but on the
contrary removes the cause of the
trouble, he lis tho parts aifected and
leaves them ill a purely healthy condi
tion. A bottle kept in the house for
iiwniieii me uiHi-ases make their ap
pearance, w ill save do-tor's bills and a
long spell of serious illness. A trial
will convince you er these facts, it is
positively sold tiy all druggists and
g-MioTal dealers in the iaud. Price
cents, large bottles. 1 eow,
St. .toe (aette, tth: A gentleman
who formerly lu-ld a moat exalted
podtion in .st. Joseph, 'came from
Topek yesterday on his way home.
While iu Ihe Kansas capital, he met Mr.
A. A. Itobinson, third vice president
and chief engineer of the Santa Fe road
Mr. liobimon slated to the gentle
man, in the presence of Coventor Mar
tin that the Santa Fe would not pur
chase the St. Joseph A St. Louis road,
but that they would build a liuu from
Atchison to St. Joseph and hence in an
eastern direction to tap the Chicago
line running out of Kansas City.
The Kansas City Times of the 3rd
inrt, says: The passage of a bill au
thoruing the construction of a bridge
across the Missouri river, betwen the
liandolph and Hannibal bridges, by the
seuaie yeaieruay settles the question
so far as congress is concerned, the
the house having passed it several days
ago. 1 he bill is in the interest of the
winner syndicate, which recently
bought ISM)) acres nf laud between
this city and Lilierty. The hill provides
for a double deck iron railroad and
wagon bridge, free to local passengers.
Take It This South.
Spring rapidly approaches, and It is
important that every one should lie
prepared for the depressing effects of
Uie changing season. This is time to
purify. the hloud, and strengthen the
system, by Uking Hood's Sarsap'trilla,
which stands unequalled us a spring
medicine, and has endorsements of
character seldom given any propriet
ary medicine. A book containing state
ments of the many wonderful cures it
has accomplished, will be sent upon
application to C. I. Hood & Co., apoth
ecaries, Lowell, Mass. luo Doses one
I'tica, Clark county. Indiana, bears
the distinction of numbering among
its citizens probably the smallest bahy
in the world. It was born on Friday to
the wife of Kayiuond Ferguson,
farmer, and only weighs sixteen
ounces. It is well formed and In very
good health. The arms of the little
stranger are just three inches long,
while Its legs measure four inches. Dr.
Williams, the attending physician says
it will survive if nothing unforeseen
Hew to Gsis Flesh and Strength.
Cse after each meal Scott's Emul
sion with Hypopliosphites. It is sut
palatable as milk, and easily digested.
I he rapidity with w hich delicate people
improve with its use is wonderful.
I se it aud try your weight. As a
remedy for Consumption, Throat aff
ections, and Bronchitis, it is unequalled
Please read: "I used scull's Lmubion
on a child eight months old with good
results. He gained four pounds in a
very short time." Jho, Prime, M. I).,
Alabama. "1 gave Scott's .Emulsion to
a gentleman no years old troubled
with Chronic Bronchus, with the most
excellent results." J. C.CaSon, Broken
rrgs, Ala. 8 4
According to Prof. Knot, of Canton,
Mo., the electrical disturbances from
to day until the lilh will be very great,
producing earthquakes aud tempests.
me storm center more likely taking a
nuriiieiuiy cuurs-; lutn to jinn heavy
and severe storms lu places, ftjth and
21st clear or lair. 22ud to gutri
clouding, threatening weather, ending
in severe storms in places (cyclone
period.) zv.b to i , in clear or lair.
Mouth goes out sunny.
Dr. Jones' Ited Cfovt-r Ionic is not a
etimulaot but a nerve food, restoring
nerve furut) lout by sickutsa urexceaalve
meutat work or the iim of lluuor
opium, morphine or Uib&co. It auppiies
tumi lot utrve tianuea and bfilM gentle
operative action ruinovea all reatraint
(rom the secretive organs, hence, cur
ing all diseases of stomach uud liver.
6uiith A i'attoa, Hu?hmond; will supply
the genuine lied Clover Tonic at &u cts
per bottle. 2
Mr. Daniel Manning has decided not
to go to Kurope lor vue good of nil
belb, but raiuer to stay at home- tor
itiui very reasun.
At oottsville, Kan., a seven months
old child of A 0. Motes was sick with
bowel complaint for more than three
weeks. They had little hope of iu
recovery, aa every piesciiptioa they
tried failed. They were tiually induced
to try CbauiberUiu's Cohc, Cholera and
DUranura Keuudy which effected a
prominent and permanent cure. They
are never without this safe and pleas
ant lauiily medicine aud cannot say
too much in its praise, bold by buutti
k, lotion, Uichmond; R, A. l'nchard,
The copartuerbhip heretofore exlut
iug between John W. UubbellaudT.
is. Uallard, under the numeof llubbell
dc iiailatd, is this day by mutual con
Mrnt diftaolved. The said T. U. Ballard
will settle all claims against the late
fiim of UubbeU Jt Bdllaid.
J. W. Hlbhkll,
104 T. 8. liALLAKU.
For Sl CKJnj SUIHon.
The undersigned has for sale a young
Clydeitdale and Canadian, dark, lrun
giay, a little uver 1( hands high, il
yeais old iu May. Will take good home
or puirofuia.es as prt pay. Apply
7-4 lialliird, Mo.
The Wabash is now running two re
clining chair cars on all trains between
St. and Kansas City, one car being
especially reaerved tor local trail ic. The
new cars are elegantly lilted up w ith
the Gllilllau Chairs aud are the most
comfortable coaches lu the country,
beats are free ot oxt'a thai go, H-(w
SMBOH HAMIM I I.I.IMSI.
Spring Is here.
W. ft. (Iriffey Is on the sick list
Measles arc prevalent iu this vicinity-Farmers
are busy preparing forsti la
J. II. Pettusof Fort Scott, Kan., is
in the neighborhood.
Mrs. Mary Meredith of Fort Scott Is
visttting relatives here.
We are glad to see " it uckeyn" resume
spraitlon on Ihereportoilal'stalTof ihe
Di.modhat. Long may he wave.
II. I,. Hamilton who has just closd
a prosperous term of school In the
Nichols district, went to Trenton, Mo,'
a few days ago to visit relatives.
At the residence of the bride's
parents, on lait Thursday eve, .lames
Brand and Miss llettie Fowler were
united In the holv Imnds of wedlock,
liev. W. Harder officiating. May suc
cess attend them.
J. it. Forbes of Millvllle ngain ex
hlhlted Ins genial countenance in this
neighborhood last Sunday. We aii-i-ilentally
caught on to the'secret of his
Ireqiient visits here, but, as 'coming
events cast a shadow before," we will
desist 'writing up" his case any furth
er, at present, and await with solici
tude a more appropriate time.
Prof. Lindsey Dickey, candidate for
school commissioner, was in this eiiy
one day hist week, shaking hands w ith
ti. A. slaughter had a very narrow
escape from ileal h one day lint week.
While h was working a vnnng team
nf mules to a stalk cutler thev hec.'iinc
frightened and ran awav with him.
Mr. Slaughter In attempting to jump
from hisseat was caught in the mi
chine and was dragced over the field
until neighlHiis hearing his cries, ran
to his rescue. lie received a fracture
nf ft bone in the left leg, but at pres
ent he is repnrted as improving.
The gigantic boom spreading nut
from Kansas City is hi-puning to
operate around here, and is bringing
added prospeiity to business in gener
al. Property in this neighborhood w ill
largely increase in vnlue within the
net sixty clavs. and every class nf
business will keep pace with its aug
menting value. Heal estate is the
only true basis of wealth, and when it
changes hands rapidly all other limits
nf trade are active. The follow leg is a
paitiBl list of the real estate transfers
here this week: .1. L. Metcalf sold Xi
acres to Calhoun Craven: .1. I,. Met-nlt
to Thomas Hope 40 acres: llarvie Xe.
son to 1. Harger 20 acres; Ueorge
Craven to C. Barger 40 acres; Thomas
Hope to Mace Webb HO acres; Solomon
Smith to Kansas City Co, 80 acres.
BUSHISO TO DEATH
In the attempt to swim the 'inpnrs
Wiiirliool ltapids is do more reck lew or
danircruus thau to trilio itli dix-s-e
which each day secures a stronger livid
ami hsstens the end of life. This is
sjttx-utlly true of rliciimselisni, nt'iinili'ia,
sciatica suit nervous heailsehe, liih
tliouirh perhuin slight at tin are ex
tremely dancemiix, anil uteadily secure m
firmer grip unlit ut laul the ncony is unen
durable snd sudden death hrinin relief.
Tiiese dUeases run be cured hy till: iim.
of Atlileplionis which, in connection with,
Athlepliuros Pilb, never fails when prop
erty u-cd. lleml the lolluitiiig Ire-ni tlieb
who have tested it.
John S. Kennedy, Sjiearville, Knn-.in,
says: " Nearly two years ui, lour hottlis
of Athlophnros cured me nf rlieuniatit.nl,
snd 1 have had no return of the eld com
Mrs. A Newton, wife of ex-Mayor New
ton, IH-S Moines, bun. says: "1 (had
been a treat sullerer fur yeurs, snd liail re
sorted In nuiiiy renicdict., bnt nothing
would do what Athloj'lii n did for ree.
Atbloplioms took the stiHne out of the
joints nf my finj.t'rs, whiili 1 had been
troubled with so lonir."
Murray J. Cochran, I)eniM,n, Iowa,wiiys:
"It is now two years si ik v I u:d Atliloj'i.o
rns, and I hsve had no rhemnatiMti tunce.
At the time I used this niedirine 1 wari
ptedsolhati hsd tonsecnilches. Myknces
were swollen sn thst 1 had to cut my pants
in order to wear them ; my arms were still
st the elbows; part of the time 1 could not
feed mrself. WTiile iu lids conrlilinn, 1 t as
sdrised to take Alhluphoros ; wliuli I did.
After lining s few bottles, I wss cosipletc-ly
Every dnigcjat should keep Alhiophoros
snd Alhiophoros Pills, but where thev can
not be bought of the ilnijryi' the Alhio
phoros Co., 112 Wail St., New York, will
send either (carriace paid) on rect-ipt of
regular price, which is cT.Cu per bullla
for Athlophnrns end .Vie. for lilis.
for llrer snd klrlury itlmw,. d'-,tcT'a fn
flijresttotl. wcitkuepk. iienuas ililt iiv iumwu
lit woiueo, ciinoi;ii,tl.in. I cielel-,e. 11; i urc
blood, tku., AtbluldiuriA I'jlli at laiciiunli-U. It
E. M. Kelly, Camden, will save you
from & to Sj per cent. 7-tf
PROBATE COURT- SETTLEMENT DOCKET.
April Term, 1867.
JOIJX T. BANJaTHU, JLlvUb.
1ST VAX, MONDAY, AI'llIL .
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al O Dillon,
J Al Lhnim,
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Ctiarl MluiDu, Henry ttnfro,
W L M.)u, J W Alusaiujiu,
Maud mil-. Ion, Juiius .MsmUu
Mary J Maul), Mintf '
Hrury I'ne, W s Moliy,
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it V heward.
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This powlir ih'Vit virion. A tTarvnl
of ptirity, tn'nth nml 'imtp$ejTionr'f.
Mum econ unii-si. ttirni tho ortlinary
Mmls tMt rrtnnot ( jnlb In ctmirii
ttoti with tlie nmliitiu!' of low tt,
short writrht almn or pha hate pow
der. J'lil tutly in ran.
ItOYAI, UaKLM. TOWPKIl CO.
1t0 Wflll Si., N. V.
Scrofula of Lungs
;UM l!il-A I I . ,
l.t-H t:nit'ii c
riifir i,siiit:ii :;i ,
I hail .vl It e al'.
uri -i nit in ati it i
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il II. till.
sv at 1 Sib
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itfii vn-Ati) i li-I'HrJ l U m m.iih' iuiiti
iriNihitv p.Mt(ti init) il. A:' -I lour ar
I r-.miii'Tn'.-.l t lky S. a'v.r.iinx to ttirt-c-lloni.
I l.KMui it .tn :iiiafi't ihi ttntit , ami lutvr
tfss-J alvui liitv U. Un n--uit. ar nio-t
n-ii.ark.U'lo. My ea init l.n W.. iw, my otrt-nth
II. ifli.rurtl. iUiil 1 ar:r'l i".t Ih'UH'U Itlort'
ttlMH 1 rvcr ill.i Ml III Inc. Il I. A lUfll llilW
lln-r' ar- Ik- y m or u. -to, if. ;r-it in iii Iuii;s
I Jo thr h tlMcvt k'nil ol in-' La.iii-Ji wu'rfc, ;n,0
fr'l H t-lJ t t f r It it 1 K.vfi It !'. i lli'-W-
I know arr hoi. a rhil .ui.-uifi.i- I.i inAf. ltil I
m hoii.it It'1!! I iT (tt.it I nwi' ii. y fiaiitf
ami lir-Jili IsMi.tv tj lit'- j.inl, ft ih tli
nu y UMilit 'tw Ui;it tTonnht uie any innn:iiit'ut
ni-l, 1 tilt IK'' MV tlit .rtlK't ."f-! !: Vk.il u
tins In vt-ry rjf. t'ltl it;i( ,rom.'i) nji'.nu !ti;U
II ts 'Untv M.i ui it ii ftr in.-, sVihI I wuu. J m r
frvnt lo t'.f dni I ovsc to r liiiTinn lanuiuii
ly Ul lailcd tf tss-ar tl:i ilov: I .1 irttui.ni) tu
(li- wM-rit nf 1n vii'iiiif rl.ii i;t(-l!-i:it'. 1 mn
knuntt in llif r:t)' (f M-iiitirM.n.'. j, ai'.J tau
rvwr lu fcuiitc ul tl.e l it cilijiLii-' id liif ciiv.
1. J. liui.T.
Moiil(!i.iriiT', Ala., June 2- 1".X
hntifn lit- i. -TiT 1 rry t:il-U-. it nil rni
up C4iur4 i.) ivrv.tof out ib .iuouDtn
li-. m ih bit
In-ill) ou ItuHHl ami Kkm s,.i)(.ji
THK SWIhT spfj ifht ro..
. . . Orartt-r st, AiUuUt, Gi.
N. V.. M7 W. 20d fciL 3T-
"All! jou aro not going to read this
advttrtisuiiierit? tin, Jra, you will ;
LfiMUse if you tin no', you will bull
vour bt-st Irittid your poukplbook.
Now I sw you are souh-u hai itilprtsttd:
reail on, lit c.i use a tiw lints lurliic-r
down you will Hud suuielliiiitf to save
vou several dollars tins season, and 1
am thp mau to save you uioio. How ';
Now listen :
lsU Uy coiiiiieUli.tf you to buy ol
uie. Compelling your Ves. 1 will
make such terrible outs hi prices tbat
our own iulerusta will compel you to
co uie to tn.
ltd. I liave secured the choicest lot
of Clothing ever brought to this coun
ty, auu as il is vour ileal to i,H a.i,
uressed, and 1 am the only mull in this
iowu 10 supply you wun uue tloliiiug
lor very liltle uiony, you will couie lo
me. .Niiv. boueslly, my Irieml. will
you not ? Oh, yes, you wi, I. if every
thing I tell you is true. Well.don i
believe a woid 1 lell uu. but.
and see for yourself.
3J. I will in.ike your mti ri si ruy
own, and ss I want your money now
I bav B let the the tat oui of the bag
Vou bet I am bot after vour iiii,mw '
but Will COUJimt no hltrhwav rn'il i-vv
aud will give you
100 Cents for Every Dollur
Vou spend with ine. 1 Imve a lot ol
drives, l-'or instjiiice, a i?ua wonh ?fi
we sell for ;iiu; another lot worth
?9 U) you call buy of us for &a.iJ. W e
oiler the best S.2o hhoe in town. Our
Loudon and lii-.s Une Murts are the
best ou earth. Linen Culls al cents
a p-iir. 1 have the exclusive sale of
Ihe celebrated Queen City Hut, aud
guarantee every one to give s.i'.isiac
tion or give another one tree of ch.tige
.ws mess are uuiy a lew ot our
numerous bsigaina. Coma to our
store aud we will gladly show them to
iran CLDTHina ran,
C. T. iKKKR. J. W. lAKitKB.
QAK.NKU A SON,
Attorneys at Law,
Will nrartlce in the State nml r. .?. ri
CourU. Collection iiioiiiptly atteiitJeti
Olfioe west Mide ot sousirit. fif.tna.r
oortb of Iaroers abtre.
faflsmmnl I si .
K.sl.r.s I Mr
A t,USCH ......,
A Miasm HAY-FEVER
le ! aiTiled IiiUj eHeii lumtril uid li
I'rllf CAIlta at .In lfi.la l.v i.lu(l
w ten CttriiUJi Itm. tLV
b;u., linigjfiBi, o4gct, S. V.
Thursday, March 24.
Will liiakH their Tliinl Aniinul Salo as
b-ve Indicated, which will Luibiii:f
di.ilts lioin iMiino of the linst herds
in Carroll an. I ruline eounlies. 1'or
cault-gues and furtbur lulorwaUuu
auaicM or a;py t
b 4 Cttnylituu, Mo,
ST. J. & ST; L. R. Bi
(Vow la RflTect,
tTninmrthrchanr, th tralna will arrlT
aaa aupart aareiiowt :
R AST BOUNTi,
Wo. 4. Atlantic Ki. " ' ft on p. m
nUiH. v rinoftiiiiy sjxovpi ntinuaj J ati
Vo. ft, FaHflO !:.
No. Jl. rnigat.d'sXMOsjptSuDitaj tt 3U a. m.
Throar1 btMB tha JitntloB ami N . lv
tmWft liaa hm abanlnnsl until fiirthnr OrUar
ai in auoT iraina aarry paMvnvrra ,
Fur Voting on Loon of $17,000
by Richmond School
In compliance with an order ofth
Hoard of Directors of Itlchmond School
District, Hay county, Missouri, a meet
ing held on Thursday. March loth
!7. notice is hereby given that an
election will be held at Hicbmond
college building in said district, on
Saturday, April 2, 1887,
To dooiilfl upon a lonn of wventfpn
uionaii(i dollars iow.iauj ror sum an
t r ut, tor the purpose of e recti nil? add
Uons to the HCho4)l builtlidifs of paid
district for white schools and colored
schools, and for i in proving: and modi'
finKaid buildings (cottage building
ana roiomi scuooi nous).
Stid unit unit of seventh n thousand
ttollus t$17.uuo to be secured by
tin, sutj and sain of thirty-four.
live In) ml red dollar 10 20 year bonds at
4 r.tle of interest nut to exceed 6 per
ctDt iht annum.
J. C. IIHOWX, Prfs t.
.1. w. Ili.At;K. Sec'y. 8-
Orticr of M'ubiicatiOH,
Si ATE CF M1S.SOUK1.1
CiLhTV ov itav. f " In the
Probate Court in mid for the county of
nay ana utp ni Miaaoun, jaouiry U;iru,
jAimary 22, 1H.S7.
J. It. llmmltoii. Public Administrator,
in charpe of the efttate of A. K. Dans,
dfM'a uruer ol fuoiieaitou.
ISow at this day John H. Hfinllton
I'nhhc Aduiiniatrator ol tiny county.
charirc of the en la to ol A. K. 1 Jan,
'lewasfd. presents to tho Com
hi N litioii. praylnjr for an order for sale
t ao miifh ot the real estate ol said dt
cwi-ctl as will ptv and satliily the re
(ualninir debts due by said estate and
yet unpaid for want ol Bultlcient aSMecn.
iccoinpauied by the accounts, lists and
inventories required ny law in such case,
on exuininauoQ wiiervot it is orders
that stl persons Interested In the eIaU
saiu ucchu oe nouueu mat uppllca.
llou aa aforesaid has been made, aud
that unless the contrary be shown on or
oe n i re ine nrsc uay oi me next term of
this Court, tone Held ou the 4Ui tlav
"I April next, it being the llrnL
dioii Juy oi aid mouth, an order will be
oiade lor uie sale oi uie whole, or so
much ol the real estate of eaid deceased
as will be suttlcfent lor the puyuient oi
id debts ; and It Is further ordered that
tnis noute oe puousnea injome new
paper iu this staUt lor lour Weeks before
the next term ol tins court, until which
lime mis cause is continued,
it at of Misocm, 1 .
Couuty ol Kay, f " 1. John T
BauisUT,JudjEe and Clerk of the Probate
court in ana ior said couiilv. hereby
certify that the above is a true copy of
ine original uruer oi ruoiicauou therein
referred to. as the same appears of n-v
oru in my omce.
nil ii ess my uanu asjudfre and Clerk
ana ine ieai ol our said Court.
uoue ai oinue in Kishmond
(pkal) In alo county, this 2ik day
of February, A- l,, lHh7.
tfvun x s uAirxutt,
10-4 Judge aud Clerk.
Order of Sale to Pay Debts
STATE OF MISMOL'BI, '
tuuuiy ui uy, i .
IN THK I'HOKATK COl'HT.
Iu tho matter ot tlie KtUit, of 'Jlitiinas Thotnu
sitn. Uot-taMjiil ; K. T. ttcl.oy.er, AUmniinlrtiUjr--
vivifies ur hjxi.iu.
Now at Ihifl (lay cutiies E. T. Hrhooler. Atlmln
lttr;t;-jr ul eslal) .it Tliotn.ui ili..iiii.(M,u
le i n-M-ti. anil iinivtn u tl.n i:,mrt ti.. .i.'
nu-rtn I'tiifiifiuiou maile ujKin 1m twin ion t
tliy tniulwr Ifriii, Inw., ilivreuf, han tweu jiuIk
Dfd.T t half, imnuaiil to bald iMiIltiim m..
i.imec; whcifui-tii thH Coiirl rot:efli U. Hear
"ij 1'iuuiiwu, hiiu w examiiif tin
said AtlliillilHtralor lur tliti sale ol tvnl esiaU'
U Haul liiLlit:alloU liiKiittuiit .1 : istnl i iJi.
i-i.r-.j to tti.- t .i.irt tbt li.t iM-rsoiiiil pmuU) miu
.' Ilti' is ol iam Ut'o-aitvi. 111 Lite liaiuU ot sal it Ail
miiiistiiUor areuoi vjllklcut to pay lla- debut
On.- Mini tmltiK hy asid t-tate. It 1 uulrrwl lliai
iht- M il AUiiuultliaior, lirsl having tb iaiui
' -(" -s....,M,- w uo wil UIM real
estate meiitiuuetl in miif eililuii, iui(l liereliuU
ler ilftH-nitfd, ut ptiljiie saltMur (lie imrpo oi
1. t 1. tU'lUM) I r. Adllilli l.lri. u.
will Hsilu. im-j,. rty ai th xoutU irout ilouj oi
- - V. MltUIUUUtl! Oil
MONDAY, APRIL 4th, 1867,
lbtHecn the Uouri ol u In a oVIm-lr is. o.. t,..
nouit uinltive ti'rioi'k In Lhu KlL.-moi.o ..r
. "'sik ihiih wv i rooaw (join
ot Kay emmty, ilisnourl, lor chxIi In liatxl
uiu iiKiH, une aim interest ot mUil 'iii.....usi
swi u, vi sus, no naii at lifetime
ol liisuuaui, to the following real csUUj. situate
in Uie ei.y of KU liiuotul, cotuiiyof Kay aiitl tiUle
it-v-.i. nii.n at a .mint on the wiiih Hue ol the
iiojint-rtsi ouarter of the iturtlieasi oiiarler ol
M-itiou llilt iy-siK, in towi,.ihiu lin-i Au ol ratine
meiiiy-eluhl, thirlvleel- Weslol iho noiiliieut
eonier ihettjol, Uienoe wal on SU1 line to Uie
lira tttreet, limtu uortb with iu east Hub ol
.ni.. s.nr. u.rc iininuru iwi, llll'llCB tJltU to the
lret;l, Iheiica kotilli onu hundred feet w till Uie
weal line of Kaitl laai ineiilioneil trwr is. i.u
l-iat; ol U'kiiiuiu. The uune lioiiu ioiii for uu-.
00ial IU sUaill IsKlltlnil liiHiilu.siiui
9l'ATfc OK MISHKL'itl. I
County ul hay. f I. John T HUr.i.t...
Jiutxe ot the rr .bate Court ol ttaid oountv'
lietftiv eertttv lliit llm fin-..1r,,ii. i ... V'
oi mo ordinal t irdor ol Kale therein referred io
as Urj name aiMeur of record In mv .sin.. 1
WlUieMmy itand a Judt antl ihe seal of our
iinmil, lu said uotuity, tlui 1st day ol
JOU.N f . BANIHTHB,
Judgu ui i'rotMis.
uniMir.n n-rvcy w. iiaitrmii and
irilHtfcAH, lUrvcy W.
II ftfitaireHi M. nanciuiiaf Ul
criam da of Uat, ilated
cxres . ant., rvuorueu in tin
Ueiwrder'! oltle, at Kicliinond. Itov .....u
MiMourU iu book Su, at iiHtf inj. iv.t.v-vil
title. iidarnMiatid utata tu aud to Uie fi.iii.ssfi..
ledenhtd real atal, aliuata. iyiim ami t.
la lw-nty-oaa acra otTof the tmrth .n,t
.us, ..-'.......a u susi aoilUMl uuaj-,W
ol Mctiua W, ..uu twiiuty-sjsjvea aoiua iut n,u
..oi ta ei.4 ol ib norUiw.it ju4rter w th north
wen -uarter Oi neoiiou 1, and lu noathenu
iurtt.r ol ibe aouihvaviiKiu.Uai-or ueotl m i all
IU lOHUktllp .sfi ol s-aiiH Al. coaUitiiua In .11
Wbl'.ll aid CUVMansie wm aunda tn tm.t
Mni inntm to bve.urt llm payuiknt ol a o tuib
,ioini0oiy uot m Ua uf tiuit (Uacribed:
saUU UUl M UOMT HUI, aCfl unmu
... u,ss.sjs wuu lM nrovi
s a.sa uw ua truit ana a
m ivquc.t or tha legal bolder o
oaid note, 1 will iroceU tu tall in alio
Ufcriuni real taia at the aouih front du or
oi tun ootirt Uoums lu th city of Mtobiuond, Id
sub wuui; ill "aaisj ui Missouri, tO tttC
&tsunal bidder, ior oaalt, al uubllo auutlua, oa
THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 887,
Between tha houra of 10 o'clock, in tha fore
noon alld live O'clouS to tha alt.rnn..n a! .k,...
day, to eallaty said Lrtul aud laa aipauaai ut
. utjUut W, LANE LOCK Truit.
STEOPE & CO.
UO W. aiM Ut , Uuttl tlly,
nave ta cloae out over
ami Hiey will go regitnlleafi of coat until January
Int. )v7. We ar oternUH'ked. and y on caii uet
lla wr Omaa at half prU by callum
aarly or MrlUiig lor caialotfuaa and price. li r
geiu Id aecoud band flauoa, llttia uand. S
ST. Loins, MO.,
Tha Great Specialists,
mbn of ITnlranttr "..Uaa nnsplul, Lo.
A.. ii, l-.iitiii m ii., Dsn Turn fctui itissto. t r
l.i tin f, In Inform thtslr patlonU anil nt lisrra ttf
ltir "in n'i.iulisi4 Uf utnTsjHii1u.is In nil
3.wm. nf Hfsirnintxrrluaa, Iis Mmiliinnl nd ll
issi.'ssw raauiUua tram aalf AbaM ai4 kUdrasi
r..-q of Oonorrli'aa an4 IrpliMlla, Friuarr,
H. K'jtiii.rf aail ToiitHrr Utl4 tr um a a 4 lufulll-
I, QinilxHl. tt wl'li h i-tJUnia ata aaa auua
l-lai tl. ob-arv-l...o
iu, siiiaiiiuMtua wwm, lasiaauafj
.rim. D !
iuiu lUlitF mni
I'hsalual V'linuavUun saut lb rsnmliH of im 1 oul
piiwi. Aa.Us-, Dra, D. P4VIBIO.
. t.l7ouia. Mo. '
AjUAliUi, MlBiiVU' M4Hi
.la.ivnim flail ihuihi
" For tho Peoplo
Mi: :A:i'o if . f .'1
sU"OSJls'V,ig.'.'.' Jl rs.H-lrmi.j( 'ism1 , v .'wi-.jsjul
Wo are asking for business that will avc buyers money,
..anil arguments aro useless. Let the Goods talk.
Is first-class throughout, combining
STYLE, QUALITY AND ELEGANCE !
With prices STRICTLY FAIR. No snlo s expeeted
unless we prove this.
We are Anxious to
Quality up and prices down
J. C. Brown
Ladies' Gold Watches, Fob
Chains, Lockets, Crosses, Ear
Buttons, Gents' Gold and Silver Watches, Eye Glasses, and
Gold and Silverware of all kinds'
We do all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry work.
Come and see us and we will save you money.
Post Office Building, I
Hf.villZ ri'IU("Jelc(l Olir mill to'L
(ul oycraliuu. makiug a superior artijl-
EXCHANGE FLOUR AUD TJZAL
ror wiieat ana corn at all Utnes. Customers bin.irihjf 15 or nrnri bushels of
wheat can Kot Hour from their own irrmii. ThMiikmif our ul.i t'rifiula ami .n.
toiaera lor n;ut DatrouairH. we rftauActfultv snhcit. u. i.,iiiimnr.os tia m. .
ibo au uie new cuaiotuera poaaioie.
our mono, iiigueet maritet price
B. J. MENEPEE,
Hardware, Wagons. Buggies
And Seeds. , i
METALIC AKD WALNUT
Iturial Cases Caskets
AU wadded aud pail JeJ.. Also a full
W. E. JACKSON'S run,g5,g
In Grand Opera House Bluck, North si.lo olSjuarc,
WHEN VOU WANT
:todij, Win, D!u3. thih d Silwrea
At IteasuDuble aud
HERSHFIELD, THE JEWELER,
W20 JUaln St. Kansas City, Mo.,
Write for prices or goods on approval. We can save you uiouev on
anytluug in our Hue. '
92Q Main Street. Kansas City, Mo.
Ui U.S rj l.io. anj tlmoal Isitsnll, isllsas
Slaa.all.. W. .1-1. B...I-.
m rtrisrsnu i nrnnsrsiinti ars iinraniraiAi irsisibshih,i.....ii...i ....
Back, Tootk-atha, bora
rla nnf pulalSr.ma, Will Bat soil
Ui coiiataiil uae lr fsvnlilaita and ottita lor 1SJ
MLBSIjaaj ISMW . SWISIIII I IISMSSasJUIBjUULIal lf !Wmflf....
v.fttm im s w h m w j j.a,i r-aUw amaal oiaslf li l'alalu ..rT.:, i'i t .na
W. ATLFB nilRPeP. A. fin., PMM irti ouis" sia1"
of Ray County.
Show You Our Goods.
Ilns again returned, bringing
with it tniny beautiful designs
Don't iail to see on Serin
Stock, consistin of
Ladies' Ear Drops,
Chains, (uecn Chains, Neck
Pins, Cull Tins, Cuff and Coll r
Mccarty & co.
m 1 ni
the Times !
I'llll Itl.Ill.r Svl, tn hi .1 .....f lu
ut t lour, we urn iiru(i:irfi to
-fair dt-aluiK mh1 courteoua treatuient'
paid lor whet and com.
. l'rop's Tailsville Mills.
line of liurial Suits aud Bobcs at
I Ml I
Living 1'rices, i;u tu
sals. Ills) 1,0 tutl'tT. turn . f
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Throat. P!na l 1 . r '
alaliilna i,r Ji..li.ril, o.'i
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r-a-.ti ifinn,Hi. m, J A 1 Y.H .11 K g j
n O K f-r IV.s la .miMHfiJ tif4 in Iuntliill7.
rnll ltn of th atmve (tho for naif hy
J, C. 11U0WN MET. CO,
I WILL KSIIRF YOU KGGS,
11 custs Ins to lfHl llftjr Iuhcs llti
DR. JQS, HAAS'
Hog and Poultry Etmcdy
ilLHuucieiiuiutwiiiHHii Uii lraiv MhHi.
AS 'A PREVENTIVE: '
Than ti loa on hy tlt-riup, l.-aii'-i' Hi eslni
itrk It (mt uiHii die ti rvh.rn Min e
llirifii lis ciwt. hiii-ln ure ln-tti-r limn iiuiuitloia.
I'leaw rvad lli tollowiiiK tt4nm,iui.l;
1 rmldr It a wiit ptirF mii do not'lritentl to
wtUiout IL M. 1 . Jt-lm-K-M. ulkt-1 , Mo,
It la a wiocumi ami Wf rtif rdiHf testily to lha
taiiw.-i.rlliia llro.. La l liua, Mn.
Ihmrpiwd Ir. Jim. Hnv Hr-jr uti-tjy nnd
ftn rrt-nintiirtid It an a sun cure iur ii"n fii"Jna,
and lain lure it b.u awil tuti ironi aiu lu
l,nO.-Kratik Ue, llam.iL.-U. Mu.
I have UHed your mtlt-liKj lor wvcral yoam.
f, YtoXUsr, Kliyl tliy, ilu.
rrleea, ft.M, ), and ra fiit iht bnx;'ifl
tMnindcaiu VU.fiO. Aak lur iualiniu. iai. tut
J. D. TAYLOIl,
Who 14 auhorid by in to rivthi uihl forward
application fur ttie iiftif aiitf ul oiir Iwh
Mt hi ii t dlH'ast.'. All rotiirin-ls ( lniir,tiMc mil
uruvid that I shall y IIh IMi-HKsl MA It
KKI ritlt K for frry liiHumt li- lltalUKi
troiu dl.ivuae while Iwnikt Inl tlie lt im tiy.
Jtl.-l. mass, v. y,,
a-iin iiiiii.ui.iiMjiifi, 1 nil.
Bllloolnu: slpk HdMiicI In Fosr hor,.
i 0 Suss rciixts Nsurslcll. Tht, cuis snS
- ,tStl Chill fe,,,, sur Sloirtcll Sal
ftsth. Glssr tns Shin, Ton Iho Her.,. m4 ni.a
Tr- Insm sses snd ,00 will nsvtr bs wllhsiit ihsm.
J"I;; 'S fsnls tn twill,, sold b, DruogXts snS
..gv. in in. a,.(n. .,n.i it n if.i
....u,,., DVn Dn W
sties is stsaips, ponp. Id. to sn sddTSIS,
Mtdlclns DosWrs fsssrslh. 8nf on iscslpt si
TlCA ! .iaa.ni anainalrf 1 a.. . . , . r
J. P. SMITH A CO..
ssslsctiinrs snd Sols Prow., ST. LOUIS. Ma.'
Weiikniiw ft Ln-t Man
hood quickly ntvl nosl
timely cuird. 8,-nd for
hook mailed FBEB to all affllctcs-l. Ail-trf-w,
Htslln Madloal Co., Huff tilts, NT.. O.K. A.
WESTERN MEDICAL & SURGICAL
. . INSTITUTE.
1. 1, m. Uk us Mum st, Kuui tltr, l.
ORS. DICKERSON A STARK.
SURCtOMS IN CHARCK.
In ni it n t
pii r n I)m
Biia, eaurrn. rriniia fNimpimnt. imnnntyor tna
arstd mips Imr nii inruriitili;. L'n'lr no oiituius
tanca nrv pUeuU auiullie.! for ir.'atmi'tit uuli
lhtlr ra rii cur;i ur at Ifant bt'titjUHail, V
turlta Ui allliitad u ourrMpood wlia iu.
QUICK, PtRMANf HT. ttflTSIN CUKt FUR
sorFlllnB Manhood. Kervtmsnesa
int. Cnrm iMoallr
lily within a month. No ljtM.-iitlca
XI-J'.O.D.rllK WlcS r.
HOW IS YOUR COLD?
The BAD COLD of to dnrntfiT
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tT.'f:!' '!'" niilnnlra in CON.
I .uarnus SHU llbATH.
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a tLECTED SHORE
tQ II nsjaariM
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