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jjiviini.in (tiiivir nml ( ol. ( lailHtnii'.
with Maiiir I mini- on the auxinut -vat
wmU.m fur tin' ruiiiinjr of the ri:ii-:t'
in thp rin' 'J'.n-v nr- nil goo 1 men
ami in tnkintr eiiln-r. it U nut rl.ilif
tbftt am- uiiaUe wuuM In? made.
Tin1 1 aim tuti Sim in error in la
tin tlKlt Jiritl;er the -li-riMi'l. of .In .If
Norton, n-r Ii;'' tli-MMititi njtiiiiuti of
JikIli Sinrn-M)-!, ji:i-il un t;if
notion i'f n hi In r (he liariii:ii law
i a r li att'ii liylbe Jmlitl ojtk.n Imv
or nut. .Iul ;e Nn'l-n UiMijjed ihe
qnestiuii, hut .hi'ltre Sliern noil ta
cmpSiatit-:i'h tlmt the I(jc;i1 option law
rejr:iU tin- vharniaiT law.
Of i ! !:-(.. if I'r. Dnekerr i- ;i can
didate fur roveriiur. liny coinry will '
he olid fur Iiiiu, but if our pr-opi,- liavi
their pr fi n-nri- in the matter liny will
kot-p him in CongTen, where- It ha
certainlv dercluped a prcat protieiuncy
InlooKiu :tf;er the iiiteret. of hisenn-utituetil-.
No man ever more mm
jil.'tely iiithroiied in the htaruuf &
people. tti-;n lr. luckery i- in tin
hearts of the ptopl of the Third Con
preiional di-tt iet, ami irt art uti tied
thai he will have no opponent, for a
re-nominal ion t t'onjjri'. cther a-pi-renu
rc('uiti.t' the fai-l that he it in
vincible with hi people. 1
It i evident that the K'-publiraua in
conjres inland to throw every ob
struction in the way of tariff redm tion.
"The prugrunuue," f:t the I'hiladel
pliia Uecord "iia- itfc origin and motive
in despair rather than in consideration
of policy. Many Ki publican in ron
jjres admit the iniijuity ami harharim
of the taei upon coal, alt, cluibiup.
blankets, rice, li-h, lumbi r and otln-r
neocHMarUtt uf living; but they dare not
rnsNt the reactionary tendem-ie of the
political organization to which they
belong- Their party had been yoked
to the service of monopoly, and could
not if it would, and would not if ii
could, shake otfihif. Old man of thewa"
Airs. ( lais HulTmnau, the head of the
W. '. T.l". niovt-meut in Missouri, made
a f!eeih at Caroudolet Jat Sunday,
from a report of wiii'-h. published
in the Itepu'uliean, we take the f-dlow-iu-r
pM-i rp :
'There Is M-imethmj; rotten in our
rhun-u--. 'J his reai infamy 1ih at
the door of onr I'liurehes. 'i Lif" battle
i n ie fuu-'ijl vilh tliue k Ii havt
knelt at the ailer of (id.uoi with tho
who '.'"Die up out f the sium. 1 r
apect theciiurch and the ministery. AiJ
honor ty tin.eof the clergy who are
nt work. There U now a (juickenirijr
of con-:ienee un this subject, Thert
ought to bt. It ii time for repen
tance.' Thih is r..iiur a hard l;i-k at the
churches, a- iara lays ali t:ie fins of
the cr.'l- of intt Miperan'- at lheirdor
and ay- ihe i-attie it to le fuuhtwith
thi-m. Wbeii w woman put on bret h
there i no tellinsr wtiete she ilt land.
The Jl-UVix-d City corn spuiuleut of
tin' .Missouri lli-publican, in the i.sue
of J'lic-isv lat pnt'i a penerul riew
nt tht poitiieiii ituatian of the utatc a
viewed from liiat city. After naming
this ilillereiit eaiididaU; for governor,
with itu ir pruspeetft for sueu -, has
thit to -ay of Hon- A. M- Dock try, our
'Jher i- nut a iiiple politician oj
hound mind hen- tlutt iiuubit that 1k k
irv will enter the rue Uuekry con
tracted liie. jrubcriiutotial fever tume
time ago. ami the oiih-r h prown the
nuM' to pt--. Wlien he wrote hih
finoiu letter dediiiinp to le a candi
liate lad full, be vto tlieii the ttongeit
inmi jn ilie li. !d. iio is not h ftnmg
now . I'oiiti' iuiit of influunce u h..
Men- r'-ail .to support him ttien have
iii.Kiu u'.uer arrmigemciits now. liut it
i- nlmo-t ri :n ii-iit the c oiifrc tfrnan
from tb" iliitd di-triet will try again.
Hi, frieii'ii, here ay lie will, and that
be will win. i hey cny that he liHfr a line
id Urnct-!!! (Jiruivn out that will
m. ike iliii.. in:m" wtten they get the
order to tl-w i. p. lluckeiy tin rj
wuiiiiiig w-. lie i. genial, f-omjian-i(M?abh-.
ki.(ivilnw to tick! e tiieo-
r V'l Hi Hi' f1''- in the Ijiuat appro'.eit
l.iniiion. and 1...- -plendid n-cord as a
jitifei iKUuiiiil raiitiitliite, nutwiihhtaud-
ii;: hia lua-u riy i un to get out i4 is'or
I on h a la-1 tail.
The "Sun's" Pokilion.
C ;:i ici;i rodent lmd- tual w t have
i iiat'-'d o'h t.!j;ii j!i in r ''aid to Mt.
Ceveiaud, Mini that (ie. pot that we
a liii.tf loin personaiiv or approve of
1 ;s e.;ie HI llilu.t I't'-peCU IloW atJ.V
;ii, .i . ::ir.!i we d.l l. t -re. or that we
e.s:u,ii.'a:.' Iei.ui:iltitf!;ull. Un
l .p . i:.iia'v. v.v Lo.A that it i. nnad
v i -!. Mel. i"' a J -i iiu al transaction,
u.i-:.ie. t ml i.e i- iiii.ch n.re of a dene
.-vi:l i.-ftii l.e vv:i- M-tuie he ktekei the
.:.'. t riw hunii' g .- ei b'lard wearr-
, ii.i e 1 tl.'it he Is fiocC luen a UHlCh
b t;fr I rcf.-!-i -m U't tin- crtiuti'v than
Mr 1 !a...e v.t,- Id m:
t i a i; i- l ii u t
i i pouer w .tii ,'ir.
i thai Wf hob)
t lc l.'tnd at th
; in t he r j uttliraii.
w;j. -1 il-.. ii n Lr it
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ii ..!di-i, now r!-;dii.y
I nihiid. u i.eiivuu loi a
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If I ii i i 'i iL j ' . .1 l . i ii i . ii '. o 1 1 -
It J i '. t L I . U !' ' V -
tn.i-.e-mil I a I;- l"rfe p. ti.uii tor
tfrerv I'.luw idlcred from lh
jaiig ul tic caruivotous "grtxsl
,- 4 vutlnut.-E.
1 w ill not do for Mr. Hlninr tr wear
a nil of foreigti-msili- c'oihe when lie
c mil". boiii, from Europe. It U well
kuonn that almot everybody ele
in a twk of three or four n it. f'r the
lonndly practical trjuon Ihnl they ran
ti bought frr from n half In a third of
the money tdat the cot InTe. lint
Mr. Hintiie t Hi lie cloudy watclied on
ihi point, aad. if he patronise "piii-
per lalitr" to thif extent, it will n
iwd ncaiift him. He i not thn man.
a a rule, to lei i.ppurtnnitic fer a ged
thine t:t- In him. but he will haie to
f.irego thU opiiortiinity.
Ihe toton Herald Mil: We lAJMTt
the rvnnminatimi of (i rover t Icveland,
imi lM'criu.e the ct renin lb niocrat or
Ihe itxtreme Hepublh an want it. but
became the people dvniand it, and the
people, likea familiar charaet'T in fic
tion, itin-t be oliyed. The pcud' are
to bne Mr Cleveland again a a candi
date Iterative the lemirratie party ha
improved while the Republican party
iia deteriorated, and. unlike the ca-e
niin iiu- ii( I'ditm .u. iuiii .."i ;i(J".
Pcmocrat who will inii-tt upon their
party having t.ie lnt randidnic. to fie
cnrr Mr. Clec'i!iud' nomination.
Matter an purely puing awry in the
lpnbti(-un Northwestern Mate! when
the l'h icago Tribune, the leading organ
of the p.iriv in that section, blurt- out
inch imiecorou language a the follow
ing: It i ttntorioii that :h.- wurt paid
paid labor ii the I'nited s;at i that
eniilue.l in the high protected iiidu
tries. lb-gL'itrly wage forced Ameri
can out of the milin and factories if
New Kngland to give place to the Irish,
whose discontent was xpni-d in
strike until they were made to
gn e w ay to liie wi tctie, fiipern
tiuii. Kreiu h-l anadian :mp .rt d ojht
atircj. w ho can live on Wi and endure
more than aty other cla- the mill bar
ons ttft et lotinu. omaii ami
hiid labor U the distinctive cure of
tin' mdi'lr'u- having the hi a i t tarifl
irotecti"ti. Ncir Kngland has two
trunly distinguished cla-ns of p-
ulaiion: tantl-proteclt d iiionoolit
and coupon-clipper u rich that they
dih'L know how to etld ibeir uionex.
a'.d tjin patiHT f.vtorv hands who
nev er get a ccnl'a worth of protection
out uf the taritf.
Maiwe'i the St. l-ouii hotel murder
r should nut le pardoned by tov.
Morehoue, r he ha ln?cn given the
beuctit of the touru and hould suder
the rcnaltr of the law, which he viola
tea. Thi Men whi Jadft Bml.
Mr. UaUt'ad w.inti it underffd
that he called Mr. Cleveland '-Hi?
Heav inev, an4 not "Hi Highnes a
it ha U-en tnitprinted. No one i a
I tetter judge of the 1'reiident'a he:ivi
ne' than tht men he ha 't down
on. "Chicago Herald.
The mail service to the Wt ii better
than it has ever been since the ptt-,flce
department w& e-tabliheij. The ten
ate will discover thit fact in the courw
of its general investigation of how the
country is pelting along without Ke
pubiichn ottice holder.
Neal How. the father of the prohibi
tion movement, ha bn interviewed
airain and be r iterate the ofl r-pated
tory that hi. party is going to sweep
e cry thing before it. He cavf. how
ever, that Ihe main work of the Prohi
bitioniite tins year will he done in New
Vork: and a that will probably help
t leveland to carry the state and the
country the Prohibition party will be
of ftorne service iu the nexi campaign.
hu C. Star.
A tit-w stciety, called the Wheel, h
Wing organized among the farmers in
soulLwcfrt MiBouri. Ihe Wheel is an
or-axiizalion which claims as its inten
tions the uniting of farmer and the
breaking down of niunpoljev They
do this- by, a they claim, compelling
mfrvh air. to ell all members uf the
Wheel at ten percent above cost price,
ami in ca-e the mrfuut rcfuaa lhii
jiropo-iiion. thv will put up a Btore
of tueir own and furn.ih the member?
all their g-is at the actual wholesale
co5t. J ue orgj,nization is ma ting-rapid
progre in Mii-iippi, Scott, and
Cape Irirardeau counti.
A hfi'Mi county man while baulii.g
.n -u'X ern thi n-t foui. a w
jng macLije hidden in one of the
ttiocke wti.ch wai in a gxd state of
preservation It is supposed to have
been put there bj frome oni: who didfi l
hurt g clear titie to the property.
A -ingie aentetice tluown out by
a man of ability, character, .o-itiun
and coiiimaniiRg intiuence can et the
whole world toininking. Ji fe-w dav.t
ago .ipiiiial Manuiug ol;beratejy
aid "Necessity knowsi no lav. and
a Planing man has a natural right to
hifc neighbor' bread." The statement
has been t'-nousir considered hv the
ivilized world, aome approving and
others denouncing it.
bedalia Democrat : '-Deputy Vnited
State MarhallJ. W.'C'rai, went north
to Moberlr lat night. 'J o-day he wil 1
arret a fellow at Dalion, who is bell
ing wbukey w ithout government li
cense, and lake his prisoner to Kansas
City for trial. "1 woa up on the Char
iton river, in the northern couotiea.lani
week,' said the jolly olltcer, 'and I
found a ijueer condit ion of aflairs ex-
l-tiiig ttiere. "Heii, give us your ex-p-ri
nee,' aid a Htmot-rt rcjMjrter.
lou know that is a prohibition neigh
borhood, and all along the Ctiariton
river the young hud, and the old ouet.
loo, for that maller.have hit upon al
hoi a a .suoniituie forwhiikey, and an
enormous (piautitr of the tuff iff old
by the dealer and continued. They
diiuteit v.ilh water, and a great ruanr
of them iie lu.'hty hule of tne latter
in reparing the drink.' 'What kind
uf a Mibstilute doe it make?' 'Well,
they drink it and appear to relish it
Kvery other nian 1 met would call me
to one toiu wjtn the exelaiuaTion,
lai incr, take a dr:nk of alcohol." I
tried it oure.and nince that time J Qevi r
bad the nervti to tackle the eluQ. In
that aectiou of the Male I drink w.tter."
tr Tu.. Ur nt 1im.rt , -
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Hou' c -muit ron J'.toture Dd
I'oet Ho;id, is cli-ttraun of the sot -
coicmittee uul'slal Telt,'i4phy. and
welt-filial br ftxnericne unit ubi'lt
or the duties of that imporUnt .ohi.
.... , ,
ion. Mr Dockery It o fl.irtuan
rih cornmittte ou I'ltpbdituics Id
, the J'ont.'fUec I)cpartuiil. W a-b-
P , , "...
i 4 I J B UH'I V-l.lJ iJr ilr I i HKIU K OhU
t mru "".
; '-ouri-:r g ev-r? public mU-rptie
tint will beuflit the cHj, arts the pub-
' Diiidren' Cryrorritct5Cf Vistons.- vnnutnv. j
MIS. .lOIIN 31. IVM.MI ll.
trmi ml Mlliotrr lluo.ry Nrtr-r Hrf.tr
Si tino tune nii, m the ltbnuis
Staff Htifiotrr, among it parh of u on
in ex'-ui'-ion, were ex-(iuv. r.ilmer.
Wo v. I iglehv n nd Jl;dre .1 i"tc ,1.
I'itillip. of Illiu-M.. They have nil
tc'n pMieraU in I he nimy. and, of
course, tpelll the utr. (.f Hteir tilliu in
talking over oine oid iiiinv cxperi
"tiee. Aunttlir ottM-r remilii-reiiees
Wen. r.'i'.tuer (j;iv e the foll.nviuj;:
"1 had eurnm unl uf ; cot liefuri1
Atlanta on the I'mIi of July. I 1 . We
wpiv Ht that tune nbuiit live mib
from Die city on IV:u-h tree creek.
Ib !' div tsiun had p;ieil over the
LTfek. AU'Ut ," o clock ill the nfter
noon our 1h-v bruiiHit in n citten
I her had captured on tlmt id- of the
creek. He w:e brought before me
dud 1 itU"itioned him eoiel . lb1 did
not appear to kuuu niiieh but he aid
lie had re:ul in an Atlunt.i paper i W it
iieil. Juhnon had been relieved uf the
oinniand uf t lie uiiiiM-inir army, and
had been -iii-ceeded bv Wen. t). I',
Hood. I .d. M. Kavof ulir aide -ooli
happi'iied along and a-ke. im- if thrre
anvtliilig i:cv. 1 told bun uf the
change of eommanden on the part of
tie enemy, thai Jotinxon uni oeeu
ticceeiled bv Hood. He appeared
atlv alarmed and exclaimed "Mv
Woil: geliei.il, that llie:in iruilblc I
tell V otl HiNiil'! a tighter.' 1 v :im
omewhat alarmed tin self and i-ked
Mckav what he ktu-w about Iltntd
"McKay ai.l, ' di. g, n. ral. I v ;is
n San Atitonio. J ex., un, c b.(.ie the
war, and 1 aw that man Hood bet
Jl',oii on a hand in a g-ame of puker.
I he didn t even hate a pair uf
'1 etl, I didn t :iy tiliii h in
Hvne. I'Ul 1 derided in my tunid th it
man who would Im- Aj.ouo un a hand
a fnendlv L'ame of tuiker when
he didn't even fiavu pair to back hnn
would be a bad man to meet on the
Held of battle when he wa- barked bv
everal th'iiand able-bodied cuntcder
te .-tld'ers and the -c-iuel proved
that McKay was not ni(ng in hi esti
mate. It wa then tibout dark. I got mv
men together and told them I ex
pected e winihl hav e to tight to
morrow. I tniciv in v line- aero-- the
reek ami commenced tuat nigiit to
huild f ort lii. a! io n and the tu'M inorti-
our force- rc all :u thei re.-k
nl we had ph iity ot earthuork for an
"mergence. 1 nub-red dinner to !.
et ed to the men bv 11 o'clock. About
iiat time to n. 1 Imma- t.unn ai-uig,
aiute-1 toe afnl a-ked -What' the
matter?" raying at the fame time vve
must bo ivady to ni"Ve forwatd when
Huker men have had thei- diuticv.'
itid expie's-ing the opinion t!iat wo
would now march iuto Atlanta with
'1 said, 'itenerai I think we are go
ng to have a liL-bt.' I had n-areelv
reaped pv.iking when w e heard a terri
ble tiring to our b-ft. I iuimedciey
Jipatched a in enger in ttiat direc
tion, who soon returned with the in
formation thai Hood had made a terri
ble charge ou our left and had r.ln-adv
broWu through two i;i. ,f a'is
division and was now charging in our
lireotinn, and, sure enough, he wa
toon down upon n. lint w i t h p.;v pre
parations already described we wer1
ready to meet him, and a on bei we 1
- boil M WHl-tll rt'i -elit l nil nml u-a !
defeated him after hard lighting,
and HHin thereafter marched victorious
into Atlanta. Had it not been for Me-
Kav s storv of the .'ai bet he would
have uia-itt it very uncomfortablo
fir u. As It w a we were read fur
Another torv come to mv mind nt
thi time that 1 am ur fia never
been in print, and refers tho late I
Col. and ilr. lb-tin. nf iJuiin-v, III., ,
were always intimate friend- of Sen
stor Logan and of course when the
general went to Quincv he stiped at I
L-'ol. lhstin a. I.ast Visar w hen the
Soldier homo vvas dedicated at that
place the general spent about a week
with his old friend 1itin. The
colonel's l'iichstring is always out. and
his friends are generally in, m that
they usually have pretty full table,
averaging about eighteen person, hut
it bapiH-ned that one dav for dinner
there was jip-t the , unfortunate num
ber ol thirteen.
Mr. I), asked the general if he ch
ief ted to eating with thirteen at the
table. The general aid ho, would
rather uot frit down thirteen ut a table,
and fetrge-ted that he would eat nt a
ide tiib.e that -tocwl in the room. Tut
matter wa- ltnallv arranged bv one nf
the family eating at the side table and ,
the dinner proceeded. Tue supersti-'
tious may say thi ua an evil omen;
bo can say that it was naif
tsen flardfn's Hi To- speech.
Ben Hardin, t Ki-ntu-ky lawyer.
was an orator poa-c-sed nf aiich s-kiil
in moving the heart of nn n that very
few who heard the beginning of one of
bis speeches had inclination or ability
to leave before its conclusion.
He once hit ujwtn the iu;cniou do
vice of describing tiie cutiveiaiiou
which hid taketi place aui'dig the
dog of the town aoout In clients
adver-arv and t-ie oi.po-iug Witio-os,
Hits ijettcu occupievi a greatti itt Li
A farmer's Wife, living in the eotpitry,
had sent her njn buy W town un an
errand, with orders to return a
a ttn as iwwas completed. '1 be Ixiy
however, uku f-ot appear aga'ti until
nightfall, and hi m.-trv-s, out of all
tmtience, asked her hubali'i ( J take
um out for a whipping.
The m after, ihtcndui? to eomplv,
thought he Would nevertheless, hear
m hal the itcgro had to t iu aeli de
fence. TUU-llyou how it wiia, rnasa,"
said the lo v. "I Mcni to town, ami
was starting home, and I lcaiti Mr.
Hardin npcuk iu, I put my he I into
the court-hoine door, to hearvvliat
he wa talking aoouL He s?a tlling
I what some d'iga had said, and I got to
iisieuing, ana Ihe urti in nig t kuutf u
Well, (ieorge, said hii master, "it
that was what wa keeping you, I -hall
have to let oit ofl' tin tiinc. 1 wai
caught by tFiat frame dog socecli n.y
elf '.' i'outh C'jnijutni'ju.
wit or ropu.
The following is from Prof. Lung
fellow private journal, under dale uf
January o. "-y.
Lowell gave a -upper Ci 'iliacLcruv.
The other gues-t were K. iton. I. digit.
Dana. lr. I'.tr.-nn- (Dante's lran-.a-Uii
) hields. i. Iinund iincy, Lite,,
and mvteif. Wo sat down ut lo, und
did not h ave the table, til! J- very ga)
with -tories and jokes.
Will you take tome jvort?" said
Lowell to Thackeri.
"I dare drink an) thing that becuntc-B
"it will I long time before that
becomes a man. "
"Oh no," cued Kelton . " i fa.-t
turning into one.''
As we were ging sway Thackeray
said. "We hae Mtuy.-d t-)- long.'
"I should say." " replied tin: h . t.
"one long and two short- a duel in.
supper." U't f per Mfjnztit: .
.ll W heeler Wilcoa al Wor.
Ii in eaid tnat Lila Wh- cb r Wib n
believes in pi e-natul inm-tu h. hiic
say die was made a poet b'-I'ii e Miu
' " u' 1 IU"! liei c inrwiilOll IO
i Lulls hookh at thai pei iod. Sim nUo
, i.jv 1.1 muioi a , and never pae
1 one without looking into ii. M,o mv3
; it in not unity, but tor i ear.Mii an-t
! that no dinaster has overtaken bn-lh-
1 K""?""'? V
i Willi hrelf. hhc iii.v.ivt h:i -a luin...
b,.fllw ,t.r wM.n wnlJll'.,. uh he
j- brought up into a corm-r iiniinr
uiou, her bwdt upuai'd glume i,.
j variably f.iii on ihe little pli.-li-
fl amed relb'.'hoii uf h i . :, mmI i,...
,.,c.h.tely Um- Idea. ihw.,,. w.rd. ...
t.iU i. fiH-ared ut
itlU, . -.pearcd II j M J II h-T ) III ll.l I ! lit
,,tlL bhe ul n y w i ite
& I MI'kt 1,
lowurfruiu the tubki thau otdiumy
nut I i-p. an lnirtlirot iVnvrr Celttat,
iiih linn to m Hirtrr.
Wong Lee Is fpiHe nn Intelligent
Chinaman, bid md without Nome su
IMTsiitiont of Ins race. He speak Kn-ub-h
indillerenilv. but manage to
, make Innwlf inider-tiMtd. lie can
nlo read KnglWh hi as to understand
j it passably well, and what he can t
! imdei -tand he get some friend to In
terpret for him. Wong wai , nnn-h In
tereited in Ihe trial of the Anarchist,
and wai enlhiiiastically wild the day
of their execution. In conversation
; with a AY ir- reporter the other day,
j Wong aid:
" i lly glad to .eo 'em swing Mell
can Highbinder. Chicago.''
"Do ion mean the Anan hlt"
, "Ye; alle same bad like Chinaman
"Do the Highbinder ur bomb"'
"Lung Wine ago, not now. f hiuaman
make bombs long befo' Meliean man
make bombs. Yon know ilP Sn one
time lonjr ago lli-tichman come to
t hiua. Chinaman tell Henchman go
back, rienehinan not go back. China
innn lite ricuchiiiuu letter say you no
jo back t hinaiuau kill. Nut cut him
oil head but blow up. Kleiichman
laugh, ay Chinnmnn not light. China
man woman. Henchman go out on
plain ti.tsi. hi unman get him heap
bamboo Mick big n- leg. Fill him
with blow-up and biillicks. Stick him
in fuse, and belly him in ground.
Next day Chinaman snv we now read v
fo light. Come on. Henchman como
on. Wet him light on ground between
Chinaman nml 1 lenchiuaii had been
night Uefo'. Hig Chinaman captain
tell him gn bat k. but he nut go back.
Hart:! Ibtoiu! hen wind blow him
smoke away, no mo' Henchman, alle
When W..ng told this -tory ho wa
a- excited and wrought up as anv
amateur elocutionist. As be fteemeil
to be in a humor for telling stories he
w a allowed t, go on.
"Henchman run t whip Chinaman'
he aid. "China mail might whip
Henclniifin if he go to I'lance, but
hiiiiiinan don't w nut to go to Fiance.
Henchman enine to China unco mo'.
( iiiiiatnau hah hi hus out ou plain.
Chinaman hab his lion tlained to
fume and fi - (I him when he ling a
bell. Feed him on one kind ob meal;
and In" g,,t nothing; else, b:it conm
fn-t when . n ling a bell. Chinaman
let b"i ho-, ( ut on plain. Huild him
big mmIiIp Ifdd all boss. Make him
wide, do ju-t o ho- Imi ii. den hang
big kfiiv cs ova' do'. Fleiichman take
ail '. bus ;ind put big captains on
him, Chinmnan get on tup -tabic and
ling bell. Fleiu hman can't hold him,
I ii n fo fast to the stable to get him
meal. Ilis he go in stable, Hig
knife cut nil Flcnchman's head. Head
he fall, one oil d; side, one on dat
ide. AH Henchman dead. Mig caiH
tains. Den Chinaman let let Flench
man go home. No want to kill him
till. Kill bij captains.
"lou know how Chinaman tollhen
partner cheat?" akcd Wong, clianging
"No, I do not."'
"i hlnaman go in with partner,
maybe nui-in. At end oh year both
mu-i go to ro- hou-e and tell joss all
about him. If Chinaman lie, big -uake
cume down Hum tlee in ji-- house and
bite him and Chinaman die. Some
time both Chinaman die. Itoth cheat.
Some time Chinaman link his partner
cneat anil he sr.y to partner get in boat
and go aciosH libber. If Chinaman
cheat when lie get in middle of libber,
big tin?, fo' leg-., bite him mouth."
Wong here h.id to go into panto
mime to tle-cribe what he meant.
"Turtle," suggested the reporter.
"Yes, dats him," answered Wong.
"lie snap Chinaman and Chinaman j
"How i it when ou cheat white j
"No sin cheat Melicao man. Must
not tell Melicau man what anything
cost, can't sell him. No snake hite.
noting Miap. But you come down
my cousin Jim's houso Home time he
tell you mo1 stolie dan I can. Jim
s-jieak and liie good Meliean."
Wong explained before taking his
departure, however, a curious custom
among the Chiuee. He said Jhat
wiien one contracted a debt and tlid
not pay it his children and children's
children to Ihe fourth generation were
responsible for it. He said that some
times a hard-hearted creditor would
exact his pound of lle-h, and he had
Imard of the la-t of a debt of $1"0 be
ing paid loo years after it was con
tracted. iJcuver AY it.
Worth Ita Weight Its OolA.
The Provineetown, Mass.. whalemen
have been unusually sticce f tit in their
voyages within tne'la-l lo or J't years,
not only in the amount uf oil obtained
but in that of ambergris. Ambergris
i a peculiar secretion found in a di
eaed whale, ami is worth its weight
in gold. It is not a buoyant article,
and is only obtained bv killing the
whale, or the whale's dying and drift
ing ashore, when the lump of umlter
gris washes upon the beach after the
carcass is decomposed. The amtter-
gris (or sick ) whales are usually found '
near the land, and when the stuff is1
picked up on shore the carcatt of a
dead whale is usually somewhere iu
the vicinity. When an apparently
healt'iy whale i- killed, and on exam
ination appear- to have very little oil,
a search for ambergris is made. In
appearance it is a ilurk gray, sticky
substance, and very vile smelling, ft
is piincipally used in making per
fumes, to "act" the odor, and as a re
finer. It is reliit'l that one afternoon,
years ago, the e hooner Lage Phillips,
nf I'iov inceio a ij, was drifting on the
whaling grounds, wln-n the man ou
look-out reporter that a small, peculiar-looking
Mihstaure was lbmtihg oil
the port ipiarier. It wa tiiken on
deck and pron-nined to be some pe
culiar kind of Wc-t Indian gum
After being kicked around the deck
for Home days, it was thrown careless
ly into the 'hlern-boat. The Phillips
fell iu with another whaler, unit the
crews exchanged visit. The visitiug
captain noticed the "gum," declared
lie wa ambergris, and revealed it
value. Ii whi taken care of, and
when the ve-s.-l arrived home the sale
of that lump of "guru' added $'J,j to
ihw general stock of the voyage.
Another captain of a merchant ves
sel, lying at anchor oil one of the isl
ands in the West Indies, discovered a
lump a large us his two lists iu the
posM -moij of a negro, who sold it to
tne captain for one flannel shirt and
an old pair of pantaloons. It was sold
iu the Mates f.(- A whaling
view having secured and killed a
whale, cut il in two and found a dark
gray mass uboui the size of a half
barrel. In the effort to get it ou deck
the h ad like ma-M shot downward into
ti,e futiiouiltj-h tea, and at h-al
(too Kbppcd neat ly uw ay, lea1, ing a mad
captain and a mad cie.v. There are
living in Provincetown many retired
whalers w ho have made fitrtunea in
the bud of nmhergrin, and s idoui a
seu-oii pa es without some of her cap
tains iciuiniug weallhv men.
Mould .ot Ileaert Her Nicawliet.
W f m . m il'e f. M-r. sixl trr tr. ami irinw
' tl 1. (c j, fcn li.h-, Iim t - t. j,,i( .-t ii.fr;
m n er Mif l
A u i h it n i
w ro tl.cr:
I i t, . ...J-,.,)l ,
And ik. i lit imi'l-
We iwf. In ti,o at
I VHOl' CWl'll.illf
ir- rnn-lf l-y th- hbMrt, 1 L4M.
fit lit;Mt VI tOl'J.
"r I i,n k r ,t-i1 S'irr'iw wit i hot 1
I I ..1 !, J l-yl i. Will, fl.Mtjl
m 1 r,i,i u.,, u. mikI lr,. ,,r I
ifb Juiit tm.i low ML-re mi i
-rmwp nii'l al' ii-lil.U:
I Jl'4teu to mu.
I H i II I 111
1) I tllli
k 111) t.1.1'
i(L Ui' JliiViUiU
Tin W.:.;KI til'' f.lit
Ui t ,H- till) HOU10 OllU l.
' nt "1 sci n e lrt-,
u tuO you I
-til v. Uf bt Wiloo lo IxjuiiviDt Cuurlar
ROBT L. JACOBS,
TIIOK. Li, JSIIL-W
SADDLE, . HARNESS, and SAD
Having purcliasc.l tlic stock of Mr. Sliavr. 1 ill contiiiuo
business at tho old otniid and will keo a full stock of goods
at tue lowest prices.
FIRE-SMOKE SALE !
Tho Ilei rii k Clothing Company were smoked
out Friday iiiht, January '2. Tlioirtiuo stock of
MEN'S. BOYS' and CHILDREN'S.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
were smoked only, but tho wear and looks unch.in.
ed. Saturday the I ire-Miu.ke of
Their ENTIRE STOCK
began. Tliis is the liret lire that baa occurred to
this store since it np. hed twenty years ago- There
fore the public iil find thtro is no idle talk m
t'u is aniiiiuiiccineut, but a paiu statement.
You cm ail'onl to buy a ye-'r's supply nt
prices marked on gooda. Tlie way they sold Sat
urday the stock won't last long.
COR. SISTII AND MAIN STS
Kansas City- Mo-
It require- a clever Mtri'oii to ure-
A well-wisher i one who inv ests in
iil territory. T i Sn'nti's.
When a lavwuit is put otV it i tv no
ineans always worn out. Xtw li'un
It isn't nioie time that Mr. Ke.'lv
wanm, What lie wain. W eternity.
The Laker think it' all ri'ht to
sponge his liv iug. IfuintU J'uru
(j raphe r.
They eall the conn ul i rl tie a huvr-knot
in t'hieairo. because it pulls out o
The voice of a nVir on a r.ift at ea
is very apt to he a hark in vli-stre.
SfW OrUant i'ifmjunt.
Funny enough the fclhnv that :cN
off' his litoie never jeti onto t lit even
tenor of bis way. It ninth rtrwjrujh
er. Next Mimnicr the ( oneord School of
Philosophy will rtiscu-H whether a inaii
Oiall have heard or hi face suav tU.
Sew Orirans k'vut,unt.
There is a man iu New York - who
ha heen anjrry for thirty years on a
stretch. It is the woie eae of stand
ing eholer thai we ever knew. Testis
A eorre-por.dent a-k "if it v:h
really true that J-.o wa tronl.l.-d with
Ijfiii." There c:m be no d-uil t that he
was if he hail ihcm. Lmyltamton IU
pubhentt. Michigan make more hinlcs t!iin
other staten in the 1'nimi, hut curious
ly enough, it ha no more -th;in t.in
ii-ual pt-ref-utai of 'i-At boys. Ilur
iuujlon Free i'ri ss.
It it eay emni jli to pay liflmn i-i-nts
a drink fu- whisky: hut uhcu it cmin-s
to buving slices Ua' the hahy, und lliat
ort of tiling, it beat ail liuvv the
money slips away. l'w -k.
Mrs. Chargeitplea-e ( iood morn
ing. Mr. Tapeuiea-ure. f should like
to see something in the way of a Mnall
cheek. Mr. Tapenieaiire (fi-rvciit! )
bo should birmt t'rtt l'r(s.
A strange thing: Ji.ne-i strange
thing, Miraudy: evci v time you draw
a breath somebody tlie. Mt. .lone
Wed, I ain't doing to stop breathing
on that account. j'utw btf titty.
A hole in the ground and a mel! of
gai ndd for iu Ohio the other
ilay. The hole wa found to he ail
right, but the tniel! nt gas disappeared
with tha owner of tho land. ifttrutt
"Tho Family Ilut!Tiho1e Attarh
ment" is being eMcu- i l v advert ined.
and it come aero-s thy ned;re-grast of
the ari.-rage mind that f.iuiethiug new
has been iu rente! for baby s mouth.
MeKenie '"What adelighlful thing,
it would be if feome one would invent
new ligure for the german " Mis
Laker from Cineitinau) "Wouldn't
MP They'ro so awfully stout, um a
Wife (to unhappy hu-baud) I
wouldn't worry, John; It doesn't do
any good to borrow troublff1 Jlu.f
band borrow trouble? Crnntt fie-ar,
my der, I ain't lyirrowing trouble,
I've got it to lend- Ecrlt.
A kind-hearted pugilist. A These
pugilibtk are a brutuT, unfeeling iet,
Vhey have no feeling fur anybody. It
They may be brutal, but they are not
unfeeling. KiliiiJii felt for Smith with
both bands. Ttzat btjtttuj),
A match vender entured a hntchor
shop, when the following brief dia
logue was heard: Vender "Hello,
Chop! How your liver to-day?"
(..'hop 'Throe eeursa pound. How's
your ligliUir-' LowtU lUtztn.
Ilr. higbill You may thank your
lUri, sir, that physician in tti(iio
days don't b'.eed iatit iit all'.u t d Willi
your malady as they used to. l'.ttieiit
"(dubiously)- I in n-t cure tint they
uou t, doctor, uttrvu rn e t rt.it.
Forgotten something: Waiter (hold
ing out his hand In a meaning sort of
way) ha vent you forgntien some
thing, sir? Departing p uet ( "rasping-
hand and stinking it heariily)
(jood-by 4;ood-hy! Sew York bun.
A fnncise reason: Impiiring farmer
"What i liketer know, u' onery
eh ild. j hfw yon able Ui- moak
t-tyat s when yo' ole f adder kin only
tuoak his pipe?" Forward son
"i e aio't got no etui a Ui support."
I rata pjisenger on cable-car
findii'-t-ir, ttii'in mu lilty-hve people
IU Uiu iiiiv-iim' iii'Minn
mi tliia car." on. uctor "r ift v -five?
J iiank jnii." Stopt the ear at Min't
''irni r. -Xmw then, hurry up. K'toiu
fir titiiM,-!! inxre people ou thi car."
Kanxas ti'u Tone.
"Ve," buhl tlio f'hiivru lii'ill,
"literature un the grand I mm ml
our way. We've jut eauglit onto your
in:.n hto Lion, and w w ve got t.vo m
three literal v hocietie dincil-ing tlie
tjiietiun. 'U'hieh wan it, t.iu ilutikey
ur tho I'anol? " ltck.
u'lu l go 0Ua iu. . ui
miii tou do wont brniij your Inn
I'uml back to life UL'nin. Widow
VH" nif nun iiuic i know IT,
an t help erving. That 's the wav
I am. Tue least little thingiipseU mo.
lioo-hoo! Texas iiij tings,
A trifle unreasonable: Countryman
(to waiter) What kind o' fish have
you got, mister? Waiter Here's
whitebat, sah. Count ryiimn White
bait? I don't want no bait of anv
color. D'ye expect a feller to ketch
ids own lish? Stiv York Sun.
An exemplary young man: Miss
flothain Have you visited any of the
art galleries since jog have "been iu
town, Mr. Wabash? Mr. Wabash (of
Chicago) Two or three only. For the
last year, Miss (iotham I've been
drinking very little. St w York Sun.
"You don't quite seeru to liko the
picture," the artist said meekly. "I
wan't 'trite satisfied with it myself.
A little lucking in rijtnurn, isn't
it?'' "Ya-us," growled the critic.
T guess that's what's the, matter,
I 'Dom live miles would help it a bean."
I Full soon the maid with glowing
bair, filled with intentions tirry, will
start to write long essays on the pages
of her diary: and having written for a
! week her tale of good and evil, ahe
, will consign that useful book to one
j wo call the levil. A'eOraska State
j A unique contribution: Mr. Cow
pniichur (has jut returned from a long
: siijuurn ill the We-t, and gets roped
into church on collection Sunday)
"Don t look iso hlainud surprised,
1 deacon! That's a poker chip, an' in
; good for a shiner If you'll mail it
I to wicked Mike Hogau in I,eadville."
j Ono of our prominent physicians
! was immensely pleaded the other day.
He has a card hnnging in his olliee
' reading, "consultations from 1 to i,"
i und a millionaire patient handed him
a dollar and a half and got out before.
the doctor noticed that somn vandal
had placed the sign of $ before
"I don't seo why vou should unecr
at my engagement ring," said the fair
girl, with tlie flush of indignation ou
her cheek, as she faced the belle of the
opposition town; "it's a great deal
prettier than the one you wore throe
years ago, and haven't worn since!"
'No, dear," replied her friend, with a
cool, far-away look in her voice; "not
prettier, but quite as pretty. It is the
ame ring." J'uck.
In lookjng over yesterday morujng's
paper wo observe that a good many
" s" appear where there should be
"i's." This may lead to the erroneous
impression that the poet Iljorscu hits
hctiu ciniti'jbnt jug to thjs paper. Such
j not the cae. In our new dress
these letters have become a Ijttlo
mjxed. We'll be all right ju a day or
two- Iona Trancrifd.
Inoreaas nf HearL-Ulacava.
It is an alarming (aet tvhieli han Iuhjh
brought in tho attention of phypiieiunb
in thU city In recent years that deatiu
from heurt-diseaso a to six to one an
eniiijciied with wlmi they weio thirty
five years ngo. Nnwheit Um it nl
tiacted mure attention than at the
utViee ol tho city lfmird of Health.
"Death from hearUdieae," any I) v.
Mi-C'oiinell, fitaliittieiaii to tho boar I,
' havo iuurca.ied iu iiiiuihur to a shut,
ling extent of lato yours, and no
MitUfaetory re.isull eau he a-.Migticl
for it except tho general one that wo
live faster than we did a (juarter of a
century ago. In 1k,Vj tho iroiinrtinu
uf deatti from heart difoae Ut tuv total
number watt Hi per cent. In Jx,). it
had inereutud to 'J per cunt, In l6ti It
wa- over S per cent, In 1ST 4 it had
jumped to over 4 per cent. It had iu
created" more than another X per cent
iu five yearn from that time, and )at
vear (inij) it ivat 5.0 per cent.
'.These percentage are to ihe total
mortality, which in the only true way
to reach them. It is fpute a popular
notion l hut exeeaitive ue ot lobucco is
the Hggravating cause. Inut is 'juite
readily disproved hy tho fact that of
the tulal number ot death from hearl-
dieaf in were women,
iiaiii-.t h men. Of course women
do not, at a rule, use tobacco."
l.'ntil XI Ho. Alice firevy married,
say a writer iu Truth (l,nndju) the
Kl vnee under hnr futher was a pleaHaut
hou.se. '1 hurt were, and not seldom,
hiilliuiit son fH. 'J lie rrenidrut w as
nioti ftrai ioiu hunt. den. 1'ittic, after
Lite rejii-iiMMW came In. tried to react
i . . . .
ii'illy he beeaine tired, and when he
died piiiniiiiony and prudence cai t'ieil
nil In-l ite tltrtu. 'J he lightM were put
mil hefiii'i- )o ut night; plcauro vv;i
finiiiti ed fur hiiHiiiesn. 'I ie r.M uvhui,
Aluie. lievtn, Htuck to Alice like hei
Muidovv. Mm gave In-r a diamond
neck hire v -n t Ii U i.troij. if coui m-
"il'iiiiniut djiiiiaiit" wu iut'lud iu tue
I Ktiriur. tlin rmii.it 'l lis huti'jniaa.
I fWaliurj) V'i'nei(.
On, this Housrj for Bargains during tho year 1888.
Wo have carefully studied
tho prevailing style and havo
bought largo quantities of
that class of goods which we
knew would delight nnd satis
fy Oiir Customer, Join hands
with us for another year
Share tho benefits of Low
Cash Prices and tho re
sult will givo mutual satisfaction.
daily, ( all and see tlieni.
J. C. BROWN
Cicso hi h Boilers is
KANSAS CITY STAR
IiikLeaiu.no Daily or Tim Wkst
The S'l'Aiiistlie acknnwlcilnwl lead
Iuk evtiinug paper published Iu the
Wat. it contains iu a concise form nil the
nevtB ul the world up to 0 o'clock r.
ol thedity publialied, giving iia pjlroua
llielrenhwit uew iroui twelve to twen
ty lioura iu advuuve of uiorulug cou
It publishes the Kansas City Markets,
and the full and complete Live block
and Uraiu Warkets incudiug the clos
ing rrportd Horn New Vork, Cuiuigo,
ol, l.ouis ai.d Kansas City.
I nk staii controls and pulilishes ex
clusively tue lull dny Associated 1'ress
Keport, and tt large nue of special tele
grams. The Htar has the largest average
daily circulation of any paper publish
ed between St. Louis and tau i'raucls
co. The largest vailety and good charac
ter of lis miscellaueoi s leading, its
exhaustive telegraph uews, lis lordble
and Independent uilerauces on leading
questions makes it one of the moat
popular and iull'ieutlu. papers publish
in Ihe West.
Ask vour l'ost-ma nte fcr
a sample copy.
I href) Moulbo,
One Year, -w
mVfi'lllE hi All A TK.lL.
"I iMliiiuili.lnil.Kn hate
Iiwh ural.l.Hl 1" llw uiHleraisurd U lire l;n,l,.il-
ciurl ul IU.) ruumy, Mlsmuri. ou m. .
ADAM I . HUtllu.W"
ihitp January i-. l-s.
Alliurllf, Imvlu-i claim, analn.t .alit e-tal
n- n-'iuln-il I" rlnlill lli. i" l,.rall,uit.;.llli-
.1 esi Aic nL it ik-Ii toi ins are not preHriitso
,UhU twu yen they t.iiiUi 'Y,''"5',f
itu iriim and HiithoritT of a trans
cript execution, lo me directed, and la
sued from the clerk's olliee of the cir
cuit court of Way county, Missouii,
dated 23d day ol liecember. lSi, in la-
vorot 11. V. I'emue auuttgaiuoi, xuwiu-
as lll)the, I will u
MONDAY. I'.bruarj 14. in.
at the soulh from door of the court
house, In the cuy of Kiclimonu. iu ioe
county of Hay and aiale of Miaaoun,
between tlie hours ot u o'cloca iu Hie
lurenoou and ii o'clock iu the alteruoon
of said da), and during the session , 0
Ihe crcult court of hay couuty, Mis
souri, expose 10 ale, at public aucttun
tor cash iu hand, all the right, title, in
terest and claim of the aid Ihouiaa
lily the in and to tlie follow lug d..acnb
ml real estate, situated III tue couulj
lo Hay, stale of Mitaoun, to wit:
The west lulf ol Hie southwest quar
ter of section eleven.U' i, township hl
ty oue, i .11 of range twenty uiue, cm)
ronlaining eighty two and i,s luoacies.
and the east half of tne southwest
quarter of section eleven, ( II;. iu towu
siiip littv oue, (51;, of range teni
nine. contaiuiiig eiguiy two and
68 lOUacies, and the east ball ol the
uori beast quarter of section hi leeu, ( 1 .)
in township fifty oue, (.ol;, uf range
twenty nine. Vi'i), containing eighty
two and loo acres, and tue wesWiaii
of the northeast quarter of lectiou m
leen, (lo;, in township lifty one, (.11;,
of rauge twenty nine, (2. couuiuiug
eighty two and t ICO acies, arid Uie
east baifof ihe southeast quarter ol
secti-.n Hlieen, (10;. In lowuship lllty
one. (oli. of range twenty nine, (SK.i.
ootaiuu.g eighty four acres, and me
west half of the southest quarter ol
section llfteen, (15), in township lift)
one, (l, of range twenty nine. (;';.
containing eighty four acres; auu tue
west hall of the onrthweat quarter ol
section fourteen, (14;, in towusbip Hfly
one (ol), of range twenty nine, (-"J;
couUiuiugeighty two and M-loU acres,
and tlie west half of the northeast quar
ter of seotiou fourteen, (14;, Iu town
ship dfty one, (51), of rauge twenty
nine, (:".);, containing eighty two and
nn mi acies. and the southeast quarter
of the northwest quarter of seotiou
fourteen, (14;, iu township Ufty one,
(oil, ot range twenty nine, (as;, con
taining fony one and 40-100 acres,
and Die northeast quarter ot the north
west quarter ot sectioa fourteen
(14;, lu township lifty one. (51;. ot
rauge twenty nine, f containing
forty one and 40 uu acres, and the easi
halt of tlie southwest quarter of sec
tion fifteen, Hi), In township fifty oue,
, 51;, of range twenty nine. con
taining eighty four acres, and the south
west quarter of section fourteen, ' 14;,
in township lllty one, f S I j, of range
twenty nine, (21;, containing oue hun
dred and sixty live and 32 Ibo acres,
snd one hundred and four and 3-' 100
acres, the west side of Ihe southeast
quarter of section fourteen, (14), in
township lifty oue, (iil;, of raogetwen
ty nine, (23;, containing one hundred
and lour and 3'.'-tU0 acres, and the west
hlf ot the north east quarter of sec
tion twenty two, (22;. in township fifty
one, (,11 ), of range twenty nine, (Hi),
r-on'Htuiug eighty Ave and 6-1U0 acres,
and the northwest quarter of the south
east quarter of section twenty two, Cfij
In township Ufty -one, (51;, of range
twenty pine, S.i), containing foitv
three aDd s-KiO acres, and the eant half
of the northwest quarter of section
twenty two, (M i. iu township fitly one
(61), of range twenty nine, (2ti;, cou
'aining eighty live and H-KjO antes, and
(he north east side of the aou'hweet
quarter nf section tw.ntv two, (fl ., in
township fifty one, (51 i.nf range twen
ty nine, ci'ij, c uitaiuing forty nine
and li-lt-0 acres, and the east end of the
.niiihwfst quarter nf the noriliwest
iiiHrter of e: tlon twenty two. ill in
'own, hip lit'fy one. (Mi, ot range twen
y nine, i'ii, containing twenty three
ut. a. and the iioilhja-t eorner of the
.'Olthiast quarter of the northeast
itartrnf section twenty one, ri In
inwi'slilp liltv oue.ibl I. of rang taen
-ipilne, (i'(i), contaluli g two acres, and
"nntalulug In the aggregate, thu te-n
hunrirfrl and eighty seven and 7'KIOO
JOHN o. Monui.
bhwia lUy U., M.o
A (;FV rs v M l it n (vinva, for A,l. sr.
j V. Ii-inir (, ilr.iimf. A .in.iil ainoiiiil ,
W',i'k ,l,,ii," will, lifl itii'l tnlfni.n,-? in.iy prrv
,l,i,-,. a , "H-I i,m ;,m.. ii,. ,,!,,,-. A. iil, Km
,.i.l liiiiiUivl ili'llitn. hi i-iiiiol..i,i,. in a .inul.
-K!uiii ami Incur no ,T,i,iil r.'iHHi.il,Hil .
l.tniiiir ill On- liiMrrsl iifWnai'iT otlir. aiitt
ll-ilt'll lll,l u.,t i. ll.,l klloMU ai I l'Ht
.,nii",i-il f.tiil'll.liiii'.m lor ,lii, ,iik ailvurtu.
no ui- in 11,'W .,,i i-. hiiiI i-onv. I iik load. crtl
1'iv Mic i ii f i niL t.'ii kIikIi ll. n-,ulre In onltT
lo iiihK,. Ilolr i i, let mt-ul. . K-lv anil urolitaniy.
M, n ui t:,l lulitn ... or uoin. u. If wt'll lulonire 'I
ami iinu-ll-.o), nisi ot'lstn aulliorily to m,1i, u
tulirlllluiK ,Htn,n.uti. lr u. A,,ly !) MlT
lo I . sc. . I. I..,ir.i.i. & To., N,'H-nwr A,l.r
tl.iun lliiicsit lo Sjirtic. Ni-w rk. auu lull
lanl-iil:ir. atil t- , ut t,y return mail.
C. T. 0 (RNSH. 0. T. 0ARXIR. IM.
Q A UN Ell A BON,
Attorneys at Law
and Notaries Public,
Will practice In the Male snd Federal
Oourls. Collections and conveyancing
promptly atu-mled lo. otllce west Main
reel 11 r.t owr east ol I'oat OlHce.
PATSnNS AND FARM
R&.Y COUNTY, JIISSOCI
Do a general l-'arrn and llousehold
Insurance business in the county
For further in furutr.Mon Call on either
of the otlicets or the setit, John 1
Harrison, Kicmnunu Mo.
E. M. K.NDSI.KV, President.
W. H- 1 1 l"--H, Secretary
VV .K. LANCASTER Treas.
JU11.N L. llAKUlSoy,
E. 51. KXDsl.KY, W. W. WILLIAMS
J VAM'liL'.Ml' W FLAiCAsslbU
JAMI.S KtlK .) I.. II AHHI.MlN
W HillCH ADRIAN UUMUUN
t V KNUsLEi
Administrator's Sale of Land
"XT di ,rK , luTf-lt? uiven t:t tlie uoilrrsiirn-
Jl fil. A'ltn iiiiiraioi ut i be eluf ol luinel
itufnlt'ii. tifCt jBtn vmII m- 11 itl 1 utjlie .-Milt.
Ii Vji i im- .if m;i iif 'lr ot Hit) I'rutiitie Limil
l.ri) t-A'iiui), MiBxiuri, mit de at ihe Jti1 tt-rin.
i io'iin M'Hr oi iu vuun iiuujh; iu iiu.
CU Ol KirUlliultti, m
MU AY, fhUUlART 13,1SS,
tietwi-eii tlie ln.urn ol 1J nVkH-k( a. nt. and t
ufhu x i. in., tuitt tl.-y. ki.-l tlunri): lliv sit
uhk ul ii' I'nil'.sit ( onri .it K..v oiiuiity, Ali-wmi
n, ah Ha- i .ma , i ii c- s.:.-i i.iitrm oi iti i- aMid Hnr
v n 1 I . . .iim ii, (!.' )-a-itl, in nici lu Uie IoIIuMiuk
it s. rii .u rr,n .ssbttj, si:.ui iu cuuUi) ,
UihMnu i, lit U :
'1 Ii ii'-rlli vAst iMitirter "f Mm north ?at iniar-
ter ul .-, .on ni, ,-i iotliii Ufi-tUrt-f. t:j
iduK' Im.im ;u ilkl i-.u-i ut U;t
SIUll) f.isl '.ILitur ul tUt KUllttl VAK 1,1141 tt?l ot
m:Ui!i I liiri -oiir. . ;i lowu.li.p im lour. i-M,
runut twi'u.v -ruji!. wUii-h vit ul ua
vh i.ntm ii. v ! .ii .'ist; i . inure orls ul
Hll i tiitl (' ii I ol 1.j- vn.tit t (JUdrierot tb outb
ttsl tJlmrWT ll .-! I ili UlirtV -llr. (1 1 lu lltlllp
uay -lour. (Ml i iw: ivu-uij if(iit, (.-J I Imi lim
xjuni ul runt I (ran- li, niiilinuin,; a mvrr. nun i-
01 irt, of rut fli'H II !!irlt-ol itJ UIA IM iitrCI'SSMrV
lur In im m ul liie deou lur liy Mill Uilti.
i t.HHo Ut DAI.U V III UssilU.
i. LuVU, A im r.
1 it S TJL m: m HA L .
XTTIIKHKAVrii iu.ui h. Vmattt and laiiiaii
T V "i i I. v iiiM-n, Im Hilt, u Uirir ci-rtAiu
ur. u in ii ii-t. buh U tue mill tlrt Ol Lirtiliir , In. a,
aiiJit-(-oitu-ii in Un- K'i.'orit-rhoiii-c t twt) coun-
li, ill WMil I. I i iltr.l lAiok It, ill ('.:.' l.-J, tiiilHt)-
i n l lite uiini rrunt-d ti iiii-i.', ah iliu ri-lil.u
llilcrvit KltU caUIC IU UiU to lilt; loiiuHllii tit-
M.-nitrU n aj L-iiait-, tiiuAlf, i) i iik .tutl bviuii iu Uiv
ctmiil) ol J. i . t..lc jI iit-Jt.n, lo Hit .
'i nt i il lull ol IU uortisWfsl 'turirr o( fiPC-
ui rAi.ne ( wtjiii i. i.i.l.
Wiin.li v.tid coiive 4ii.-f nw niaitf In trust to
tweurtt me ,iatiiif ul oi u i iui firoiiii.iii-) iiuu
ili sunl iitM-u ut-tcrilM-d , auU wii'-rcaa, mi1 UuU
uai i if ..me due ttiiU in ui.i'altl, How, Uiervlort', ui
M-4Miruiiii'v nitli tut- (iroviMoiis oi Haul dwl m
irinl.stllil Hi ll:c n Ut--.l ol (lie IrAi boillLT Ol -1U
Uilcl UI it sunt liuslftt rM.rl Ul m1I liie
alove (itfM.riue! n-ijouiie i uie noutti (rout
Unor of Uie court hnuxj lu tilts iity ol
tlii-uiuouiJ, in tin- i.-oiiiii ot lUy. lus ot MinMtu
ri, to iiiu bitueai (jiUticf, lor caii,,u puuuc auo-
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, .g80.
Hftwei-u tlie hours ol uiuk o'clock UiUiutorv
uoou Miitl lit o o (.iot k 111 Uiu eUlt-ruoou o( Uutl
U(y, l .tuly Miu uou-, i.. iber HiLb Uwj oom
auu e&pwaM wt ujLecuiiUK iui Lrut.
J. S- HUGHES & CO.
1'ald up (ullal $1(1(1 MS.
Surplus , tiO.OUU
Jus. S. Ill (.iili, l'reaident,
Jamks litum.s, Vice-l'rea.
Ulhnett 111 lira, Cashier.
U.A. Ui onus, As't Cashier.
Jas. S. Hughes, Oeoige A. Hughes.
Jauiea llugUes. liurnetl Hughes,
C. 11. Hughes,
Uf Do a gtineaal banking business.
Stay t on ii if
'4ICHM0ND, - M).
Cnpil.il raid iu Soti.000
iiuivlua l aud uu iiaud tl.OuC
W li; Iran-- I . I r
n.-,-., i . OM-1 s.,i
CliiilihC b.jUil MU 1 ku.
a to !!
-M. W. ( l;l-l l., l-rel.lent.
1 . II. w oli . a i: i .. Vice-J'iej
n. il, Ali.i-mn, I ailuer.
M. W. ( 111M IN, I, . U OIILAIIII
'. M. ALLISON, t. J. WILLIAMS
A. h, lltvili UN.
Oiliel Mo tlloltll'l..
I". .1. Smith. .1 E. Dunn,
John i tv. ty, w. w. lllb,
J. A. hiinlh, H. 11. Finch,
II. I', hellle. U. A. Wood
a. a, it.ou.uaon,
J. W. bLotwell,
t r r
av 111 Interest von
fct art af DiMar. tmml
J D BALL, '
Attorney at Law,
Al.o Prowcutlng Attorney of Ray
eountr. Otlloe In court house. Busi
ness promptly atten.ied U.
Attorney at Law,
KK'HMONU, MO. '
Will attend promptly to all btmlni
tntriuted to hU care. OfV.ce in butiduif
outh ol tba lf mocrat olhim.
Attorney at Law,
RICHMOND, MO, I
Will pi a. lice In sll the Courts nfths
ounty slu circuit. Kicial sttenlloa
fiveu tbColleaUocs. Olilca la the court
lAYKLOCK A LAVKLOCK,
kramn it Law ail Nctaries Fatili:.
Will practice In sll the courts of Ray.
Brciat attention given to cnllectinns.
Office un.ulrs, doors casta! the
E. F. It ft. E. ESTKB,
Attorneys at La-wand
Win pras s ta all la rhta ill.trlM.
Laa.l buste a.lt..a. with vrnuip'.sl.
OIc o..r May ca. S.Tlas. Uaat.
Attorneys at Law,
Will praetlos III sll Ihs Courts of tha
jm, southraat corner square,
West of Waasnn House.
II. C. GARNER,
Phyticlam and Surge,
Office oyer Kay Co, Barings Bank
6. W. BUCHANAN, H, D.,
OfSee Tr Bavtnn Bank.
corner South snd Hhaw ,ts
Having added the New Roller Process
wc arc now turning out a quality ol
tour uaiurpsawl. Flour exchaugsd Im
wheat. Batlslactloa guaranteotl. -J.
R. H AM ACHE W V BRO. I
(Ous Neldenneyer's old stand) Is the
flaec to gat an easy abave, a good (liana,
oo or a neat hair ca Try huu.
Onc door cast of Hughea' Banlr.
THE ART OFADVERTIS:KGr
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lllllloucopit-aol bally. hiiinlH) or ..-h.iy ..-.
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litf pageHcw.papurtauluguastiul by atall, JOoM
(IIIrF.flF ADMISlHIUATIliX i, u-nr
lan sranld 1., Die llli,r,lj:iii a'by li, ,,rol,t.la
cuurl ul Ka) county, MiiiK,uri, un iliU entail.
John t. axuhu, iitc a
date January -ju, Ibmh.
All pain,.. Inivmik ilaiiii. aualiHt k,.iA osimo
are re,,ilra lu raliibll III .rallnwaun. al.
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i l.'oill Ulutr liuiLtitj MUll luimti-M.
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