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V PIJI'I.ISIIKK KVKKY TllUll.lD.W AT C111LL1VO 1 HE, ill ' A SO t'7i . Terms - . - ,$l.nO a Year. W.i 9. L. & P. R. R. Time Table. OOtNa BAST. Al'lllVKt IFAVeS Ito. 0, Mnll A Kxplrtfl 6 :'.() I'. M. fi-.Vi r, M. So. , UrliliiiiwI'.Miie-. U-Iil " ll-l.'n- m. Nu. uu, Auooiiiiniii(iiun i-lo i to " OOIN'0 WEST, No. I, Mali Exir. M No. 7, t.liflitninir K)rvB Ko.dl, ACOIIlUllHlllllull, "m a.m. 1-10 r.u. 7 VI . K. Mo r. si, tDn'l .xcelil Sunday. UiiIIt. fIojr further lolotmiill'inmM.ly to T K. IIAul.lsnTnK. Xiukct Ai'lll. U. K ST. Joe U. 11. Timo Table, Train li'ltvg Clililkutlm lis I'uIIuwb: Goiso EAST, Athinlle Kxirp.B 11-0.1 A. M. Il-'ffl I'. M. (:I7 r. . . S-3 P.M. .. 3 5'J " Rniishr City A N. V. Exiire.-d. .. Avtiiniiuuiliiliuit aoisu wi:nr. rst-Wo Evnrrrt 4-30 A. M. Sew nrli & Kittitas (Juv fcxon.-pa i- :1 1' Aueniiui)tluliou 7-21 a. m. " l'-s A. M. " 8- :l r. JI. tyfor further information :inlv to U. II A-OS, Ticket An. itt. I'iidk. ,1. II. I.o r, nf Cuutiiiivjliiiiii, Is Bn niiilintized Riteut ot'thu Ci:i:.is. l';ir ties ilcslrlni; tho paper cau tubscrlhe through him. LOCAL BITS. (ioork'o Mires, Esq., was in Kan sas City, Sunday. (Jtto Lnscho, Esq., nf Hrecken rlilgo, was in the cily, Sunday. Miss Leora Trent, of SI. l.ouis, is in the cily, visiting her parents. I.onis Ilcrninn, Esq., left, Saturday night, for Chicago, on liusit.ess. Col. C. II. Miinsur went down to St. Louis, Saturday night, on husiness. Mr. 1 Truog hits been ('iiU; ill for several days. He is iiiiriroving now. The M. E. Conference nipointoil ltcv. C. II. Johns pastor at Hamilton. Horn, to the wife, of 0. W. Smith, Esq., on Saturday, March 8, lijSl, a boy. (Jus Fields, of tlio Meatlvillo "Mos songcr," paid in a pleasant call Thurs day. Chris. Dain, Ksq., has sold his res idence west of the jail, to Albert Simp kins. Mr. W. K. llayden and family, of Kansas, ure in the city, visiting rela tives. Eil hilly, Esq., left for Santa Cruz. California, last Monday, where lie will 1 ocntc. John England, Esq., watt in Ktar ney, (.'lay comity, last .Sunday, visiting his parents. Rev. W. II. Weltoti was appointed pastor at Osborne by the reoent M. E. Conferetiee. Mr. J. A. Knott railed up lhi morning and left tjl.,w with us for t!.e press fund. E. J. Jarrett it Co., have placed a new delivery wagon on the .-.trccls. It is a "daisy." Ed Chapiu went up to Kansas Cily, .Sunday evening, where ho will take. Turkish liatlts. Mrs. W. A. Jacobs, who had been visiting friends in Kaunas Cily, return ed home, Friday. Mr. Marion Coherly, of Medicine township, gave the press fund it lift of SI. W) last Thursday. Mr. Marion Peed, of (liaiul Kivcr tp., called on us, Saturday, and Kit S1.S0 for the press fluid. Hev. C. T. Phillips was appointed pastor at Maysvillo by the reeenl M. E. Conference at St. Joseph. Justice Win. V. Slack, we undcr Mand, intends removing lo Mooresville, w here he will praclicu law. Mrs. Norman Wnnnamaker. of La clede, his been in the cily several days, visiting Mrs. E. S. Stafford. Mr. II. K. Jackson, of Jackson tp., called on us last Thursday and gave the press fund a boos! of SCi.nO. A. Johnson, Esq., of Cunningham, was visiting his brother, Judge J. E. Johnson, in this cily, Sunday. Israel Livengooil, Esq., has sold forty acres of land near Fariuersvilie, to Dr. F. I!atdorlV. Price SI, 2uD. (J. (i. Potter, Esq., of Jackson township, left for Pawnee City, Neb., last Monday, where he will locate. Circuit Clerk Munro, his wife and little son ' mt up to St. Joseph, Satur day eve1-. , on a short visit to rela tives. Don't fail to call on J. II. Davis for Seed Catalogue, in which a valua ble premium iu Seed fotatoea is of fered. ' 30lf Miss Sue Mead, who had been vis iting relatives in this city, returned to lier homo In Ureckenridge, Sunday ov euing. Mr. John Iirler, of Wheeling town ship, made us a pleasant call, last Thursdayi and left 4.50 for the press fund. ltev. Mr. Urigg was appointed by the M. K. Conference at St. Joseph, last week, as pastor of the. Chillicolho circuit. Jeff. Middloton, Esq., went down to Brookliekl, Monday, where ho has accepted a'position iu Stewart Bros' marble shop. I - Plenty of 8 per cent, money, Judge Phillips or no Judge Philips. No ad vance in commission or interest. 80-tf D. W. C. Kuolkton. Mr. R. V. llaynes, of Jasper, Steu ben county, New York, arrived hero, last Saturday morning, on a visit to his uncle, Mr. R. V. Smith. Mr. F. W. Trent, sold, last wock, hi houso aud lot on South Cherry Ktreol, just ilbutli of his residence, to Mr. John Nichols. Prlco $800. Born, to tho wifo of MrCharlos B. Pardonner, in Chicago, 111., n lino girl Mm. Pardonner, nbe MissMaggic Bark- ley, formerly resided in this city. Mr. Tucker Singleton, of tirand River tp., sends $1.40 lo the prr-s fund. While at Hale Saturday, Mr. Ceo. Vaughn handed us SUM on the press fund. Mr. J. Squires of Craud River tp., was among our callers Tuesday. He left 1.50 for the press fund. Mr. F. M. Morris, of Fairview tp., made us n pleasant call, Monday, and paid in $1.50 to the press fu::d. Mr. Wm. Price, formerly of Cream Hidge (p., now of Douglass county. Mo., has paid i?'2.0i) into 1 he press fun 1. -Mr. Phillip Heeler, of the Forks of the River, was among our calbTs, Tuesday, ami left S1.5U for the press fund. -Messrs. J. II. Ilaiigh, of Bedford, and S. W. Butigh, of Avalon, went lo Moberly, last Thursday, being called lliere by the illne.-s of their neither. Dr. J. A. Munk, of Tupekn, Kan sas arrived here, Monday night, on a visit to friend-. His w ife has o-otio on to Ohio, where she will visit relatives. --There vas a hop at the City Hall, last Friday night, given in honor of Mii-s I.ulu Hughes, of Kiehniond, Mo., and Miss Mamie Marks, of Chicago, Ills. ASYllNU Oil A Pap.tv Wantiwj Sawjxh DuNii. I will put up my mill for 1 1,000 feet or more. For purlieu lars adrrcs, W. A. Duiixi.it. 30-It Macon, Mo. -Dr. John A. Brooks, President of Missouri Slale Prohibition Alliance, will address tlid citizens of Ciiillieothc .it the Cily Hull, Wednesday evening, March l'.'ih. Di Land's Chemical Baking Pow der is put up in cans only. You are thus jiroleeled from inipivitlou which is tl:o easiest tiling in the world with bulk goods. u0 Miss Alice Woodford, who is leach ing in liie public schools of Ilamiii'in. can;-1 down, Saturday, on a short vii-it to rrl tfives. She relumed homo, Mon day morning. Mag Tolliver, Hie infanticide, had her preliminary examination before Justice M.aieo at Moorosy'lle, Thurs day, and was bound over to await the action of the pTaml jury. Wyaidotto correspondent Kaiin Cily Times, March 8th: Miss Leona Coston of Ciiillieothc, Mo., and Mrs. Dimmiek, of Kansas City were visiting, friends in this cily, yesterday. I am Mildred m oilier business aud will lie iu my denial olllee iu person till April 1st. Now, if you want advantage of warranted work at Mirtiri.-hig prices, waste no time, i.V.f J. W. Gixf.:;.:. -Mr. J. H. Marshall, of Cream Ridge township, made us a brief call, last Thursday, and helped the press fund by leaving S1..VJ on his paper and 75 cents s lit us by Mr. S. llamittoii. -Rev. J. 1!. Noble, who I'.ll, .1 on! Rev. 1). !!. Lake's unexpired term as pasior of the M. E. Church in Ibis cily, has been appointed pallor of thai church for the ensuing conference year. I have a small lot of well telcctcJ piece roods. I t-lill keep sanipliii lepie M.'niing $ io,ooo to f.o!eet trom. I will give silUtacliou. Call on me. T. C. llotiAN, 6tf Tailor, Mr. Wm. T. Dixon, of H.de. Cily. caiee up, Saturday and r. turned yes terday. He has built him a reside nee at Hale and has pennanenliy located there to practice his profession the law. -- Mr. Joseph Bc'.iiard, of 1'armers viile, relumed, last Friday night, from Vera Cru, Douglas coun'y, Mo., where he had been pro. peeling. He is only tolerably well pleaded wii!i t!:e coun try. - I am now slopping nl .1 Wilson's Drug and Notion Klurc, and 1 cordially invite all my acquaintances when com ing to Hah- lo call and sec inc. Yours re: pedfiilly, :!o N.M. Rc E. Mr. Win. Price, lain of Farmers vilie, is now loea'ed at Vera Cru. Douglas county , this Slate, where he is running a saw mill and clearing up a big farm. The limber he is working up is nio-lly pine. --Frank Lu-.hb.iiig!i was urn sled, last week, and brought here from BrooklieM, on u charge of obtaining a wagon under false pretenses from W. ,V. Jacobs, Ki He will have hi pre liminary examination on tiie 1 7 1 1 : , -Constable Todd arrested Joseph King, on a ehnrge of robbing a man named Thomas Lee of . I.I. King had his preliminary examination, Thurs day afternoon, before Justice Moore, and was hound over to circuit court in lhesiimof.'?.'llll). -Tiie extraordinary popularity of Avers Cherry Pectoral is the natural result of its uso by intelligent people for over forty years. It has indisputa bly proven itself the very best known specific for all colds, coughs, and pul monary complaints. 30 Mr, Cy. Kirk, formerly of this city, is now a resident of Hale t.'itv. He is running a restaurant and working at his tradu as plasterer. Ho, last week, completed iiome fine work on the town hall there, doing, we aro informed, an extra good job of it. The New Y'ori; Store had a narrow escape from lire, Friday evening. Tho flue burned out mid the wall became so hot that the wainscoaling iu tho Odd Fellows' hall in the third story caught lire, and if it hadn't been iliscovorcd in time tho whole building would have burned, and probably the whole block. II. C. Bi.'uks: We have usod your White Pine Balsam iu our family for months, and it works like a charm; is t ho best remedy for cougliH aud colds I have ever seen. This is the uniform testimony of all my friends who have tried it. (Uev.) t. V. Sron, 30 Danville, 111. Rev. John E. Squires, of Hannibal, Mo., is visiting tho family of his father, Mr. J. Squires, in tirand River town ship. Ho was called to Triplet, Chari ton counly, on account of tho death of his aunt, Mrs. Iicnj. Fleetwood, and af ter her burial be went ovor to sac his parents. ' . A horo belonging to Mr. John M irris was stolen from his premises, live miles nortli of town, Tuesday night. Mr. Morris oilers f-J5 for his recovery. The horse is a Wght roan, 5 years old, 151 hands high, and is brand ed on the shoulder with J. M. HaleCity lias be.n Incorporated. I I ue counly c.mrl oi I arreii mis ap pointed as the town Itounl J. 11. Hop per, president; S. A. Crouch, S. M. Deardotv 1'. I). Webster an 1 P. 1'. 1 wards. The Board were to inei-' l.i-t Monday, and appehit a niar-'.iaL clerk, street commissioner, assessor, treasur er, collector and city an jrney. Farmers, now i.-. your time to buy Farm Machinery at very low prices for. Cash or on (i, 0 and 1-' months time. I have a general tesorlment of the most improved impicmciils, such as Plows, Harrows, Stalk Cullers, Corn Planters, Cheek Rowers, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, I lay Rnke ,, ie., &e. Call and see my eucl.s ami piivs at my old stand. C. Cn.-rox, Chillicothe, Mo., Feb. '., ls :t -It. Mr. Sewatd A. Haselline, attorney and .solicitor of patents, of Sprin ;'.:ed. Mo., sends us the following: Patents were issued lo citizens of t ! i i - State, during tl.e pa-; week, as follow-: Frank X. Chile, Lee's Summit, sii'l:;, plow;'' V.. M. Jenkins, Brow n!:i. -f d ly boring and -pola,b'n'.nii"'-;p.-tcliiii ':" iu St. Louis, U. Milehel, .(;:::!. J. A. King, 'qool-haielle:" A. Ie. cknian. "chain pump:" by assinine:,; half. V. S. Diisciiberry lo V. Z. B .lint and A. 11. Randall. Scda'd.i. Vater V.rDrk5. X citizen's meeting was laid::'. II. e court room. Meiidav ni.rid, to he.ir the report of the Water Work Commioen, which had been appoints! I dee! in formal i m on tho subject of ::! l wori-s. Tic eommi.tee jvporiod that lie1 11 '11;,' Kiviilfaelurii! com p :;' e.-: incit ed 1 he costs of tiie works at .-:;!,. " ;o. Mr. Carney, oim of the committee, seid he lice! oia lined information as to the co.,t of pipes, engines, .ve., and made an estimate of his ie.ru of th cost of tiie works eo'.iejlote. Seo,so: I was the result of his ligiiring. lie a!-.. ! slated he had a I'Cter Ineii lie' I!. j St. J. R. R. compiny, st :it in; liial lie-y j would take water here and pay approx- j ately wiiat the water now cost them. Tiie commi'.tee cxpre-se.y th,. epin-1 ion that tho Ity .shoi.l l net ! u:l( tl.e i works, hut oive a charter to some ori- I ab: company and jer. lie- rei.ipe-y ' for the use of water lo extinguish lice-; thai if the cily would pay .'-'. o per! year sonic company would doubtles: build the works, and recommended llu.l the eltv ailvi iti-e ia lie: Cli St. Louis papers ihat it was wlilieir lo , rant a e!:ar-ler. I Mr. M.T. Che-t;M:l,of St. Louis. .!s!-.! 1 tlial i,e t'oei;-l:t Ibe l em-ai:'. e' , ! mate of l '-L W.I- :eiout iie'e. That li e . water we; !. ; won',.! )., for lit .' few ! m an 1 oidy Uv.v .;'!.'! a- r. ! fermareel ::: , n-c'it :.:! ile. fire he j Wdiild want lie i Uv ! i ove a .-eiie.ll I teresl on Ibe ' ,.' :'. . v. s "!. CI - li.-.t state ! ! is irallciese in;;, .-' ; ,.. :;ol tl; wat, r works UI..I I'a'.l t' -'.; 'U ice! ! be p, .; iii.ii r. v.::ieri Woi'...-' ipi"sion v. a. th. ;...! ol. lie ;i!in::'!.''i thai what !'e'ei!i vvonll o-v for waier woid I -.io! incr." t 1-l!:e i lly had jll ! so 1,'eee luoii.-y I i lispie e .. ::i: l if it was n il -oeet , ivater eoidd be f.- s,'::i - ; d-e. '1'i.i . r: aiarh", !li"'.!L"li j ooi- leuic. il''.u;;ht forth eou-ideraele cpphni-.', lie: aadleiic" dou!.!e-s ili'iii.i'i;; ii a 1 ' 1 1" ' ' II. F. .luei: !. !'. i , civil en dnier ,.f: tv s.. .jo.-ep!, w.:tcr w.-rk i. . :ir.-se.i I od I.i! ;a o;:r jire.-nt city i; as iu.-; iijutiion :ii:it i:;u t: iJinui1 v.i'.s ilboUl CitiT 'Ct. (ii uititii'ii of Jiulp' MriKi'Mus lli,- oitimit Itrr s n-cut.inii'MiLitti)!)-; were :it- )itVf!. a;ul !!:' ouuiail'.'.M1 n-li.iin'il Ut It I In- :uiwr.i: ! t,'.i:ta"iii,::t. TO BRIDGE BliiLDEhS. Noiiee is hereby ei.en Ih.r.t the Head. 111J liri.ljr- ConiniissioirT will let, by public outcry, to the hove-t and best bidder, at the court hoiso door, in Chillieolhe, Mo., on Saturday, April 5, 1351, at 'i o'clock, l'. ji., the conirncl for re pairing the bride'e over (iraint Kiver. on Ihe Chillieolhe and I'liea road. Speciliciitions can be seen at otiice of County Clerk. J. Y. rowKLi.. Koad and !lride;e t'oinniissloner. ron sais." House (new) and two lots in south- wes' suburbs of Chillicothe. Slock farm of lilo acres in Livings ton counly, at .8.60 per acre. A farm of 70 acres in Livingston county about 111 iu cultivation bal ance limber, tlood well and spring. Price 1,000. Apply to I'.u t. J. Dixon. Gas. Tho City Council held n meetiii last Saturday niht, lo consider the propos ed ipicstion of jjrnntitie; J. D. AVcrdcn it Co., of Moberly, Ihe exclusive privi lege of furnishing illuminating gas in this city for the next twenty years, the city binding itself to use the conipany'H gas In lighting streets. Quito a number of our citizens met with tho council and participated iu tho discussion. Homo advocated the granting of the charter and soino opposed it. The meeting np pniiiteil u comuiilteu consisting of C. II. Maiipur, i. J. Hroaddus, J. L, Da vis, l'rank Sheidz and L. A. Chapinan 4u draft an ordiuaneo and report at a meeting to bo held to-morrow night. Wo understand that no charter will bo granted at present. When tho question comes up for final consideration, wo liavo soiiio knowledge of J. D. Wordou & Co., and their mode of doing busi ness which wo desiro to make known to tlui council. What wo know is perli- scut ami relates to the gas question as well as to their record for fair dealing. NOW WHILE THE At Northoast CorniT of tlic ill Liia That ho over had Chillicolho. v0'fsD-y vi';fi "nvnp.rrrr o sAjsyiC) , ',e Yot at Lower Price Than Ever ik'foro on uianv arlieleis. Moss ItGso and Go'.'.'!. Band French Ch:ua Dinnsr and Tea Sets. IS Different Styles cf Clima and Granite Dinner and Tea Se ts, About a dozen dilier ent patterns of Glass Tea Sets. Nickel Plated Gran ite Teapots. "Pvittnis' -i Tt.v .-.--. i-:iHi,Ui.ii, aO'ioCS. I Brin; in yonr ;HiKi lei thein select vh;( the ".J!rc,J ri'a?i"'-l J"'-?. which. I keep -i t , 1 any wnero in tiie A Wyt'fT rrrfirin'-n Northeast Corner of Apples Vanteal. Co-ton will pay the iiihe-1 market price for (ioo,, Souad Apples, at his warehouse, N'orlh Ieii-usl street, Cbiii;-!' cothe, Mo. l'7-;i.v 1 .' l....r.,-.-V.V, ..... I', V i i i a i a i o .3 "a '. "a ii "a rj ; If you want to buy or sell a Farm; If you want to buy or sell Bottom Land ; If you want to buy or sell City Property; If you want to borrow or loan Money ; Call on 2f'2ra JOHN N. BOYD. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at my farm 6'J miles smith uf Chillicothe, WEDNESDAY, MARCli 19, 1884. All of my horses, catlle, hogs, sheep, farming implements and household and kitchen furniture, on 12 months credit, fi per cent, interest on sums over f?10. Sale tu commence at 8 o'clock, a. m. H J. II. II. KINCAID. Charged With Mayhem. Ford Morrilt, driver of l'lauor's 'bus. and Sherman Lou had a light nl the W'ubash depot, Monday eveuing. Mer ritti by. some means, it is ohargeJ, ilc- ALL JL LI 111" Kskiiuttt tsu, vy ,:aijsS3 II" lit si anil (lie largest i: Tin- ' i ; ' l ; wjVsV. I?eibre ihi VI : I " -' '' ""l ' f' .V'"'-.' "s as lar.i;e i variety . , . ' iState, COO RTF Y vMmf!i"M llenienibcr, no trouble to sliovr ,'oods. RESPECTFULLY. i -i;vnrv!-'is'l'sti4ii.jtiy vast vi' vwsvsai Tn rr.. r tho Scraaro. I prived !. of ap elioii of o::e of !,',. i cars. Ji. i rj; was ar.e t .l on ii. ''iiar'-e of :..:iy!iei:i ami l oi;e I over V '"i'. ' ''"'ii't by S,i:iro Sloora in t!i sniii of ,. ; n. His boiid-ancn are A. Se-eliri-t and 1'r.tnk I'l-t: t . C:t!i!y 3aid of S.i'i-t!:wtior.. Tiie Counly lioni'd of ia.itaiialion of I.ivi e'-ten county will convene en Monday, the 7:1, day of April, l.s I. All persons ei'lin.,-a,':grieveii over th. a -csiment of their property, citlnr perional or real, will pleas.' lake notice aud avail themselves of the oppoitui'.y of having the same adjusted as ihe law direct ;. I 'one at Ihe court house, by order of Ihe comity court, this Ithda . of March, Iff' I. T. 11. I'.iUH. Kstll. H, -l'-.'!w- Clerk. 1'tiniittii e or tin: Million. Mollis & Sen, llli'liiliil'u (toilers, smith side of square, have Ut.-ly received some of the liutidsoiiic ut. filriislllru ever brought lo liiilllcotlie. .Tiny have a tiiuiiinioth slock on hand at this time the largest ticy have tyur hid. Lev, v milor sets, clisniber sets, ilressors, drtsslng cuses, unit humans. Lndlcs nru especially in vlted to cull and look at. Ilmlr gooits. They keep everything fr a ictiiru Ii'llllll, 111, nun us l.ttU a. I in Inivi.ut quality ceiwhlereil. Jlsir Karria-je tictnsos. To Wta. l'auli and Miss Ida Moll, both of Kich Hill township. To David T. Jones and Melissa M. Kobet'H, both of lihic Mound township. To liraxlon Y. Campbell, of Ciuein nali, O., aud liaitic Dcilanuo, of Mooresville towiisliin. ROADS ARE GOOD, GET I Pb Tpo n n l H y N -?rj-r?- -,x Stiiwro, Chillicothe, Mo., 1ms liiii iJ sloi l: that was ovo ( 7 vs-, t ' lllA:U v)V' is ki'.s: i i i , .'""S ....-. . -...B-r-.-w- and e;oo:( floods as can be found ' . t-.". --i Con .mcotiii-., Mo., Mioeli 1;!, s Loc.vl. .11 .Vi.'K I I s 1:1 VINO. 'J'bliie liv si en p. , u,,.-o l, II I!-, eenl.s. tsVe, to .a Ills ii, -r l.llsie'l. Col li, I , ci iiis ,..r i,ti,, e, ca ujia.ii in , IN.; , Ibltter. ',! per lilillliil. Kaas, li'ie pel ,1,vii. l.ai.l. tile lef in.liiiil. Apples, .-.I n.ii,. e.im p,.r darrcl. f'jtaluis j'j ci.s. perliu-hcl. srr.i.iNo, Snll, ssLsi) ...,.l,iin.... lies! I'lileul. U iMi i' Plolir Kt ..II. Kloie', ie si. Si;; oil :,..- ;m ;, Flour, ', s.'.s i per . iii lb. Hour, A XX. i ;,er bm lb. CIIP'.M: , i.i iKM'u.'S iiAi.i, i:i'. C'll.'Mii.. lle.vli li-,,., -, 1 .,',l,; Mlllel; llrlit s;..;., i:.,i,,. r,1H;, p.n inj, li..": tieinyST.ii. ( Ill IU- U. ,-i id's .'.!..; itei.il v, esii.'1'ls .--,i, ii.eii.'.i; umitt i eimiey n'i.;e,i,.iii. ', I1 lvi'L'V'lII.j J,:rj; .slul, ; culilliliill 10 tlllHOC Slie.i'.LM. HI', I.Ol'IS i.ii.vi.s .MCUKIil', VVIIKCl'. Sr. l.oi is, .vie., siii.i li i-:t isim. No ai',',1. SOUTH I o.i'i I l e, HI'. iV"."-- No '1 llllM'il .M m il Ainll ii 'y Nu J Miii'i'll Ainll 4'i's IS1. 61!, 32', ' Aili'lrv In ,1ii(('i'.s. Are yen ilis, ih Im-iI hi niulii uml lirek"n e( ymir rest liy a i;I ' rliiiil inineriuK mal eryliiK Willi imlti ut i-nltiiii: icclli? Ii se, heinl nl Oiieo anil j;el .1 t'Ul'.le ul Mil:', WlNSI.OV. 'f-HeollllNoSvu- a n m n n i " S KB U !J t! M -spi "Jer Te3 belbri in Me Dinner, Erea kfas t Silver, Glass and Tin ware. i.o!iio ne .7 and very pretty designs in Syr up Piteliers. Gobluts and Tumb lers in endless variety. Lanrps in all varie ties, from 25 cents to $10. Bo sure and call and seethe Electric LMit 2 n ?y n G L ASS w Al$ i .voocl time to mr - r r.-v sr-r,?'3r lSy,'"rr "'-s,: ri k rivv (clIH.LICOTlLi:, Mo. l i im': 1 1 oi:; ', Ti l i ii l i :. l'e; vr. IX: i ii-i n;i (.:,.! ;l. n. It ciii'cs iy."ilt-y aim it .'iij.tlct liic st.nii.ich mivl tit'wcl-' fin i s 'in. ctiiic. soii.'iis ii,.- -niii, n'lhict'H in li:rn'ii:i!icli. :i:nl ..ics I me ;tt .1 i'tit i-v In tliv U.l.t.r -t"!!!. Vt.N-;uV. .-MOTH I S i:; i- i i. C;ti i. !:!. N '. y, .nit ': f-. -.-i" ! 'i' i.i -I"'. a:il it I In' is.v-irlj'ii.'U u! uw "I. if.! avl iii',") f aial'1 niiv-ii i;in ami miiiniw in til.- i:i..h-il Mtti-t. am! i . fnr t,;.' allitiriruNls riii.mt tin- vtn-U, I'rirf X itt illiottlc Order of Pu'clicr-tioa. In !! lVul-.tk' CdiiL-; uf iiiL-t ui omn'y, M!a M .it tMi i'av iMiiici .f:i:n M:'V. 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HtM-Clll.t'll int. flT". AttrhTi) V. A HTJ.n, U'V. frlM'lh, JUU I FiilEER LIFE HllUi.iS; S. W. McDOWF.i.L. ATTOIiNKY AT LAW AM) NOTA11Y I't'IlLlC, fHlMxrirllS, V'V lul :iit.iitl. n ulvt'Ht" Cont'd .a-. I'i o'.i, n Ullltlll. bB. kUl L.HlVf.. UllLlllK. vs i JOHN N. liOVJ"), tTJOU.XICir at l.Att, NOTARY PL'BLIC AN13 ! REAL ESTATE A1 , ! C11II.UCOTHK, MO. ,K);i' '.i. voiiis. ATTOKNKY AT LAV.'. on l.leollll:, MO. Land Law u Speclali.. PKAI.KU IN lihAI. 1TATV. lej" -loncj to Loan at 7 per t. teri'st, oil ! ii. :k. kitt, . L'TR'A .10. AM'irn v al L.svv, le-at Ksmlj 1111.I l.n.i. .1 Aseul. ! t'eioei .'in. e uttill kfieM iitipii-tril t.. r- i .v.. JAS. 1j. IAV1;,. LA II Yl.U cijii.i.icoTin:, mo. I ui i K'i: uvi'i: put t l.r.'s intorKit Y ,u),.,.( j MiiMii tnm i: -v. . S!'cci;tl : 1 1 ii I n yivni tn l!ie it.. . j l'iMI (' I.illlil I iiit-s, Ci iiiiinul i ' tl iti.il I'ltibaiu li'iiits. :' : iy i I- v v .1 l 1. i;u. Wii.1.1 ?n , . .'. I CLARK & NORTH, Air! (.'oiiiisrliii s at j ... .' ,! REAL lisl'AI Ii AtlLN . , r r e. :::! I ..icoe e.,11". .). ,. 1! I . !! . i.l .1.; Hi . let- s,,,,,. ,, . , , I l.,!,,. .,.st , il l ... .-e.i.ii -e,e pnlihe I ' ('. II. .!. M.-1X I'l'IM Uiwir, rlikr Priiii:. Ais'iiclE', i estate zti Ccllsclifig Agent I llll.l I. 'II lli: Me. 1 KOSCYTO LCA:i-A3STCACr$0F;:;.E I e I. '-! ii . e I t'. .1 ...I.. 1 i ' in'. . . i.l Ii..- . It III. I. -I . V- .C'.l . - ' 'ii. !! n.'ii '.1 Ie.- hi;:.''.. I ;ul alul e . . ,, i,j "I I 'I!. I HOMEY TO LOA 1 . e i.e. i: i, i.i. i'.;:m j a r -i. vi". n il' " Apply lo John .N. il..vi!, CI l,i ' l otl.e, .'III, " I j F. W. TRENT, ! ixsntAMi:, ! ?,:: Es!a!2 mi Callcctcr's Aen I K' i'H r. -lit s ..f oi it.i' itiie-i ! Ml,i;.C.N AM" I.St i. 1MI ICMI'W. . I I'.' ici., Wn!ti::i ;it tl.o i.oi;.l' lii.l.i , ill..; ' It .ir.-t. I ijf. i M!ir(. i.Vi'l' C. M. U'txt'r l..iik St rtM ll i.. ! N , . r ! t i- I ii,. . c, i in , i it: tit.1, t ' . K . . J : 1! iw. ! A i. CLOUD, M. D.' ! ' 1 sc'.i v .i.vi si uai; y, CUII.r.tt'OTilK. mi. iti r;cr. ovia: iu i.i.in s m;i .hh:i: su 1 i.t't.i M'. IN -pO' tr:i.'y n l' iv lii- tffv;.f i,i iyp h 1 'tl b i . w'i 'l In' mi 1 vit-iiiity. Triiii-t ut'i-m ."tl ,h--n i.M-:iIts . n . v ur in. hr, til. 1. .Or. Ximberllih - 7 j A. UMfc :srr:ci v sr.--' " IT '.',' limit St., KANSAS CITY, MO j '',.,! vi.-K r, ai,i.,i-:v KlCliJIii.NTU: I Chillirollir fi ,1' .'.' (inlliitin.nfi, I ii iiien. ion,, lireck. iiie'ee I I'd k::m!si. !--. ,DCNT,ST' t'llll.t K'oti!E,M'. L,?jv!:rtr.,r,l,,'rt Kuauiti 1 T'!. u:. H.VVILCOit, Aliinv u'.ns pr.tctioc ill tl.is cnuntv h I ,:,-v tt'arr,ml-v- .vi.n-. Keokuk, Iova. Hock-kivi'i tf, IVmiifn ami Tvl-r.pli Oie TIUHUi rc; II LV FITTED. Tiie I II!. M'Ks r iik,-i s hm.t la ttio Acs. Si ii ; e r .loieiirr. .i:i-..et c . I.. I'll. in ;, SS K,'.,k ,k, l.-WJ. i AfiTMCTSirTITLB' i " I l.IVl.N'GSTOX COUNTY LANDS ami CITY I'JiOPKUTY. i.'"TiHv;ii:, iii mill nl! Sot iri.il wnrk t xi'ciiintl p. On i. tlj . I.i. ii ii vat, U;i' nl "ii j-iMi i'r.liitc. lil- .-ll'llliil! IVtilli .111.1 il I'lCl.ll 11 .1 Kt.l It 1 1' llll.s. iiic -nr..iiy.t,tfi. 1 ,ii;iii.ictJ Ei.iy. t!r.'u :n .mill. c in rc;irt 1' C.iii;;j.ii;ii' Suvin j-i A-f ria l'.i. n'-'iiii CMAS. V. A!3PER. JA S. G . 1 IOUX, j NOTARY PUBLIC -AND- - siMHOE AGENT I BEDFORD, MO. IJt'pri'frnl-i Hh' A'.'VS A liisiiraiirtM -oimimiiv nf . Ilai lliii il. Conn., n a- llu l;iix'r-t r.u up c.ijiitul i-t'i..v.i.ii) t.l llif Aui'-iii'aii ci.ik;i;iiiii'H. 'I'lut :il .:".l 'IViHr. :Ht'iUy,J'Jl,J:it. I'.jluallsllOUlU irti'j. SPEfiCE & DALY, (SucceRRors to H. F. Hcrry,) REAL ESTATE AMD COLLECTING AGENCY. CU'.I.MlOTIIK. NO. Hefcrrlnt; to the above card, I would recommend McMsru. Hpunce & Daly to all my friend and former pations a' good huiiincss men, iHitiuiitblt: und worthy of ttic conricience ot the public. , ri47lf B'.' F. Bimsr. GotlSYiYtTHE Central MEDICAL&SURCICAL' JSi. INSTITUTE riwultr. Bnotwl'tiRtsO th Imrn btwlo ihiuhH b dr. llntt l)iiirtrr. It elm" to xtnl itsmtEo.il nudcuritli-nt Ma. tlc. iriliik kXUKhI fi.-d rinotllio tytmat. to CLimilo DiiMMi, JIliK(Im- Juritle. Uoformlttiia, WoukutMH and WAimr iIsubjmb in old and Tinitf fln. olmt 1I dti'aeo Of BVDLto-urln.iry f r-!H.ireiant WoicneeB. to. , ftiminul lotanrlws with pattuut tro ttlwie ir, frrnd. TIwmi uiiBt-lo to Wtuiwill betaraltbudwnh hAi.re,..iin. ihnt -111 aid thaia In niakinu k foil rMivntltrUfo, bii.1 liic i trinoi flit bv itintf nd cpnn. . ToiiiuWp U5t(iwn.u.ii"rltiifciif(iuft.tii.iiii(ii'pliciutJ ' Pbimlit k1 H.bfU-t mA-cmtmlot Miflrtro.ibln. (epmullnt'dr Ht OfTlnrbyniMI Hwinxt InTlt u4 Imti immiUIri l Mr l4MUll. U1.mIi Itw-jF , n'jitctan in nTtrMtanp-dfrora 7:tW A v 9 UJ a'. A. Buut7 UUOA.il.. iJU) ll'-W u l: A.