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PAUL J. DIXON. Kilitor.
T. II. LAXKKOKD, Local Editor.
THURSDAY, MAY 29. 18S4.
The Press Fund.
We want to get a new, fnt cylinder
nen npnper press and for that purpose
wo opon a "Press Fund," to which t
r.irniMtly request our suljSL-ribi'rn to
contribute. AVe do not H-'k any (luna
tion; all wo nk i for our aub.-mlww
to pay on their subscriptions.
In subsi'U('itt issue ivc will puclisli
lists uf cnntrilititnrs.
If von wish to sond for the "Aiii'ri
cau Sentry," a ood, oilit p:i'',
Btr.itjrlit (irceiiluick i:ier. call at or
gelid to tliis office, i'he Sentry" i
a 1 lor year, but we will m-ml it to you
nt.su omits a year. Wt: urn enabled to
do this by irivine- the siiliM-rilier the
benefit of 20 cents cnminis-iun. tf
(iitKKxuAi'KKits of (.'hiirium county
Mil a mass meeting at t'edee, on !7th,
hut. A committee on organization of
the county, ronsi-;liii of one person
from each township was appointed. A
deolaration of principles was adopted
and it was resolve-l to ImM a mass con
vention at Podce on the second Satur
day in August.
G. X. Ktii.i.k, I'.so., is now editor of
the Milan Kfiiublicmi. Mr. I). M. IV
terbauh, who has been its edit'r for a
Ion;; timu having retired. The first
copy of the RcpuMi :iti uii i.'r Mr.
Stille's iiiiiiiaenieiit is befori' us, and
without wishing to detract in tlie lea-t
from its former ood staniliiijr, we say
that it is t he newsie-t paper we over
received from Milan.
Gen. Eutler on Metal Money.
In an address to the New York Hoard
of Truile, Oct. IUIi, 147., (Jen. Busier
isniit:
Coined u'ohl and silver his ever been
llie hiiiid-inaid of despotism, the propof
nioiiiirchiciil power, the supporter of
liii-'ji: s, the upholder of nobilities and
priesthooi's, the engine by wliich tin'
pi'ivi' viand pret.-uious (,f aristocrats
1" always been susiained in tr.uup
Oov. n l In' rights" devouring the sub
stance and absorl.in;; the unreipiitol la
bors of the masses. Through all tint
the possess;,,) of coined money has ic
on power to the few to enslave the boor
of the many for the beneiit of princes
nml nobles', and its use has been the
badp' of Sel l itude of all people to some
kiln; or tyrant. To deny this at one
time was treason.
When Iho chief priests would fain
have taken hold of I lie iv or. Is of our
Lord, "that so they niiht deliver Mir,
inlotlic power an-l authority of tliejjov-i-rimr,"
they asked, -Is it lawful for lis
to ;ivo tribu'e unto ("lentr. or no?"
ilut he pi'i-ccived their craftiness and
said, "Why temp! ye mo. Show ii-.e n
penny. Wiios.' iuinjre and suji- rs.-ri:-tion
' h uh it'.'" They answered,
"I'.csir's." And he said unto them,
"llcnder. lliercfore, unio (.'.-cir the
thiiigs that are Ca'sar's, an 1 unto (ioj
the tilings that are (bid's.'' An 1 th y
marvelled at his answer.
Our patriot fathers. fo-.i'nVuir a fw-
ernmeitt for theiu-elves on this ennti
ncut, carefully eliminated I'imui ils
framework every attribute of m m.ire'iy
and aristocracy, the di ine r'iit oi
k'.ns, patents of nobility, the succes
sion of primogeniture, the law of en'.nil,
the fealty of one man to another -all
the devices of kingcraft and op
pression with whiciitbe pie arc ;.-",-
erucd by a class -all .save one: they re
taineil, wl-.etbcr for ood or evil, tin
precious n.etals s'n up:dwi:h the kind's
inia;;eas the standard by wiiich to me.i
siire the prop"rty and iu-bi-try of t lie
new republic. "It was a ;ri-ievous
fault,'' tin, I grievously have their chil
dren answered it. Ureal. wie and
joiod men, we marvel that they saw so
much; "but they saw not all time's."
Hecuuse of their eHL'iilhii'' up m our
institutions this one- cl-meni of kiicl
jiower, we their ileseen-lauts unit our
business and our property, nay, almost
our existence as a nation, have been
placed at the mercy of the moneyed
powers of the earth.
The Oreenbaokers.
Inmasaimus, May 27. The i:ttcud
ance on the (ireenback national con
vention, wliich meets here to-morrow
is unexpectedly argi: There are nmv
about 5ob delegates in the city and the
managers expect 200 more. The con
vention meets to-morrow at II o'clock
and nil indications point to tho iiomi
nution of ex-(l ivernor Ilutler for
president. There is a ;;ood deal of op
position to lbitler. which is led by Solon
rhaso, of Maine, and (Jovernor O.
Jones, of New York, but there is no
probability that it, will develop enough
strength to defeat the M.issai:!i:ietts
man. An attempt is beiie; made to
workup a boom for ,J. M . r-- -f
Illinois, and the Man ! ;e;-.ii ;,,a
will vole for lii in, hut . . n,. -eoi 'iii
seems to have little str, : , ,.n-ic,
(luvernur West, of Mis i ; - .. -invi ¬
to he the unanimous
president. Oen. Tyl
will he made temporar
(!en. Weaver, of Iowa, i
sidin" oflicor
!' vice
- i il n .
LII HTl'l
it jirr-
The Greenback C -ivci'ini.
Huston, May 2l. Ti e Massac';
setls, Hhodii Island, M ,ii c ami :
Il-.unshire ilc.lcalijs 1, 'in: timeii!-'
Nation vl Oonvcutioii l -o Hcst-,n for i
..iuiiupDlis. Tliey will be Joined b; '
Connecticut delegates I Sin inliul,; a
by tho Vermont, and f Vurk dc! -lions
nt Albany. Accouipanji'i?
regular delegates fi nn M ai-ie i-.-eontestinn;
or Solon (iha-o del. it
The general impression a:no!e; li..
rates is that Hutler will be lim n
nee at tlm Intlianaiolls convention
Butler Accept! The Anti-Konc
Nominntion.
New Youk, May 22. General 1
accepts the nomination of liic N:c
Anli-Monopoly orj;aii'7.atiiiii for
d mt of the United Scutes. Ills J..;
ncceptnneo in dated ljwell, Mas,
21st. and reads:
"Gknti.kmf.sj I have the hot
receive your courteous note jrivi
Uio action of the convention at '
' on tho 14th inat., of the rtyrcien
of Anli-Monopoly. 'The honor
lunation by such a body as tlieb
date for the Presidency of the Hi
onn not be too highly app'-e
Jonciirrln in each measure of
lioliuy set forlh In lbs rusolu
need only a-H if thi voles ol ll
tn oliull trust, mo wiih the e;
pnxrmnl that hi)fh ollicn, oai h .
shall be fully, justly and enertr
used lo iniiku evkry measure of i
the people and reform to tiie
meiit poiutwl out by your ldut.
princiile realities of ndiiiitir '
Accept for. yoursuhw. 'i isoii.' ,
unist grateful coiKliJei iitiou. !,
Where Qentrftl Butler Stands.
American Scully.
Within the pnsi nvo weeks, two pub
lished speitches delivered by icn. Butler
upon the money iptestion were for the
tirt time brought to the notice of the
Sentry's propiietor. 'J'I.e very remark
able ideaniess and force with wliich the
tteiieral expressed his views in the
speeches referred to, and the rave
doubts created in the n.inds of ii. any
Nationals by the various coiiilictiii' re
ports as to his present po-itioti upon the
(iroenback ijinMion sii;.';."-tei in the
Sentry's proprietor the wiitim of the
folhe.vini; brief note, which, Hi htien.
Sutler's renlv f nil v explain thi Him-Iu-s,
and ell'cctually dissipate all doubts of
the kind referred to.
Xi.w YoitK. May ltlsli. Is-1
Hex. Hi.v.ia.mix V. 1't ri.Kti. l(j l'cniber
tou Square, lloston, Mass.:
li:,H Mt: - Sim e my last interview
with you I bale road with very eival
interest and -a',i.-f:iction your soeeeb of
(let. Nth, 1 sr.") before iho New York
Hoard of Trade: also that of l-'eb. iCtli,
1 NTS. Ill the Hou-e of Hepresenlalives.
I never saw either of theiii before.
Do von still stand bv the positions up
on the ltiouev oileslion so able and
dearly taken by yen in tlio.se speeches?
If so," you are a ood euou'li Gieen
backer for me.
Yours trnlv.
1). A. 'Hopkins.
I.owku., M.us., May '.Ms!, IW.
1). A. Hopkins:
Mr Iir.Ait Sin-Your not i- asks mc if 1
s'and by the principles of liiianee em
bodied in mv puolic nddresses of t)et.
1 Ith. 1 S7.". to the New York Ho.ird of
Trade and in Congress Feb. Siiili, l7.s.
( If course I do. Tliey were well consid
ered ami spoke true principles of linai
w hich are as eternal as nil-other truths.
Your- truli ,
I'.kx.i. 1'. lit ri.rii.
Tin: en 'stbuis we have been consid
ering are the urnl viial, becall-e lliey
aii'eel the hil inline: Hlnl priiilllcilie class
es the Very life powers of the country,
on whom the loss of all the ilti-.-tualioiH
HTi-l ib-pi-i's-ions of business ai last in isi
fall; be -ausc ot'lalior, wliich is their cap
ital and all th-y have is unemployed, it
is loss lo them forever, an I can never
be repine il. The s'.iip, the house and
tlv railroad niav depreciate li.viu-e nl
financial ilcprc-inii, but upon the re
turn of jih I tint's they rise n.Min to
l heir former value, but the value of a
lost opportunity to labor is mm-from
t !n laborer forever, not to be retrained-,
time never e;oes ba-'ku ar-l. "l-'or is it
not the peculianiv of laoor
uniient oiomist "that It is tin- oniv
i lino.lity that perishes at the iu-latit
of production, and if not put to use is
lost forever.
Therefore at nil ri-ks and al all haz
ards, I stand here before you jiivin,; my
earnest convicti-uis in favor of a non
cxportahlc, inconverlilile eurreney that
shall have no relation of red.viiuibility
to goM or silver. I stand here for an
Aiii'rican currency, such a. belunrs to
our system of e-overnmout , a part of our
flee i'n-titutioiis, where each in m is the
eipeil of every oiler man. -Speech of
flen. Iluller "before X. Y. Hoard of
Trade, Oct. lllh, Vt.
Tin's far in the advo-.-acy of this sys
tem I have relied only upon ar:rum 'tit
an. I precedent. I have brought for-
;::-.! n uie of the opinions of the eivil
an-l eo-.-l ni 'ii who have com-' lo the
s'lme eoneluioti that the currency of
this " iiiiiirv s'lo-.ilil lie a n-ni-exp irla'ile
eurreney ba- .--l on tho ere, lit of tie' irov
erunieiii. Kill such are not wainini;.
I liuvc n- tiun' to iiiiolo u-'h opiuiou
:n detail, but simply to indicate where
such opinions may lie found.
Jefferson, the father of lleiiiorraey,
"ives his oninion iiii'inalilii'dlv that
'Treasury notes seenred b pled-i-es of
l'ie f.ii:!i an I credit of tiie coveriinienl,
willi or with. ml interest, will make n
tier currency '.nan j'-'U an 1 silver,
VVaaklin early ::.- bis opinion lo
s inic eT-.'.-t, and his w as 111" let ti-
na'ienil linn I oi ins ,.r.n ion, aim
himself th" best political economist. Is
such a currency a eoa.titulional one?
John ('. Calhoun, and who was n striet
cr c in-trnc:ionist of the Cons ct-iiioii,
declared bini-eif of that opinion. -
a
h of den. Iluller before X. .
ilear,l ul tra.le, Del. 1 llu, i .
Amithi-'Ii iiljcctcr says: 'Arc ymi
then williiitr that I i.f ircve.-imieiu
stimilil cniiirul cur nruiey all'airs?"
Well, I bail much rather that the l'uv
eriiment, ininiciliately re'l'icisible to
t'u peojile. s!i"ii!:l have ouilr'il of the
money iiiTairs n lie' c e.intry t!i:i i that
they shouM be eniitrulle I by two thoiis-iin-.l
banks an 1 ihl-cat bankers who arc
nc.;uitiih!e to no one but themselves.
Speech uf Hen. Iluller hefert' New York
lloanl of Trail", (let. Mth, ;..
Old Sayings.
As brave as a lion.
A w eak as a rat.
As hard as :i rock.
As spry ns a cat.
As pure as an anejel.
As neat as a pin.
As sharp as a n He.
As homely ns sin.
As stitV as a poker.
As red us n beet.
As llat as a pancake.
As white a., a sheet.
As round as in irole.
As black as your bat.
As brown as a berry.
As blind as a bat.
As brielit as n doliar.
.. i,;t;... as
As li::'i:i .i i 1-a'l.er.
dai K a-, a p ii!
As fair as a bi,.
As siuu ' as a iek.
' . ii. e. in us a miser
r
,
Ft.
pu-
;lli.
iftli-
tiniie each Sunday thereafter until Sun
day, September i'Hlh, both inclusive, to I
sell Kxciirsion 'I'ickets, good on rce;ii- j
lar iasscner trains running on Sun
days, nt one fare for the round trip.
Special Kxciirsiou Tickets w ill be sold
from any station (where tickets are
regularly sold) In any station on the
lino of tho road, (iood to go west
bound on trains No. 3. leaving Qiiincy
or Hannibal on Saturday uight, and on
trains No. 1. leaving Quiticy or Hanni
bal on Sunday morning; and good to
go east bound on trains Xo. 4, leaving
Kansas t'ity or Atchison on Saturday
nighl, and by trains Xo. '2, leaving
Kansas City or Atchison on Sunday
morning, to stations only where trains
named stop regularly as per time card,
and will bo good to return west bound
by train Xo. 1, leaving Quiiioy or Han
nibal, Sunday morning, and frniii Xo.
:l, leaving Qtiiucy or Hannibal, Sutniy
night.- Kast bound by train Xo. 2,
1 leaving Kansas City or Atchison, Sun
day morning, and train Xo. 4, leaving
Kansas ( ity or Atchison, Sunday
night, until such trains reach their des
tination. Hut positively not later, and
1 1 stations only whore trains named
stop as per time card.
These tickets are sold for the purpose
of oll'ering an opportunity to those of
our patrons who may wish tu attend
divine service at I lie neighboring towns,
or to visit fricuus, or for any purpose
of rest and recreation, and are not ex
pected to bo used for the transaction of
business, and the limit as given herein
will not be extended under any circum
stances, neither will .stop-overs be al
lowed. Sunday excursion tickets will
not be good on freight trains.
Until fun her notice, trains Xos. H
and 1 of Saturday and Sunday night,
will -top at liny .station where there arc
pa-iengers to get on or oil.
Tickets mu-C bo purchased before
starting, a- fail fare will bo collected
on the trains. J. 1-". Hawmuii,
T. I.. Hi ss. Ocii. Supi. (ion. .Man.
S. K. lliiol'i.it, lien. Pass. Agt.
A CHAJICE TO MAKE M0UE7.
Letter From Governor Eegole of Mich-
"I have earefully ev-llllinerl the copy
of Til l: I'.MIMKU S t'ilMI'l.K'1'K KvYrl.iJ-
1'I.iua siibniitteil to 111 -, anil iin-1 it. as
n-pr nieil. a cmiipletc book of refer
ence on all farm topics. It is the unly
bouk that ever came uiuler my observa
tion thai ci.vc.-s entirely every .subject
the pracli -al fanner orlir b-r is inter-
esteii ill. Tile portions ilevolcil lo the
ilis -a ;cs of burses, cattle, sheep, sivine,
limit ry, &., r.'uir luako the book
worth many limes the price. livery
farm t w ho lives far fro:n a physician
will, in times of sickness ami enierevn.
c, apprcccil " t'.ie M'-ilieinal ileparl
nicnt an,l tiie poisons a:nt trc-ir anli
ilotes. Tie y are iiiv:ilua!ile.
' Tlie book is no' only of value to the
farmer but it i as much so lo the far
mer's wife. No lloll.-ewile sholllil he
vi: lii mt one. As one who has been u
farmer I can rccotniiieiul ihe work.''
j. w. nr.(i(ii.i:.
fiovernor of the State of Miehiean.
Tm; l'.u:Mi:if s I'umi'I.kte Km yixii
rKiu.v Is having a larger sale than any
book pulilisheil within tlie but live
years. Whyt
1st. ltecaiise it is tho largest book
ever olfercil for its prim
-'n l. lie 'ause it covers every topic of
interest to a fai'iu-'r.
Ili'il. llccaiisc any aent, cxpericnecil
or inexperienced, can coin nice a tanner
in live minutes of lhc nivat aluc of the
book.
Xo book has ever been published that
has receive I the indorsement this work
has. Tne eiiliri) Slate government of
Miehie-.tn eu-l.ir.ai tlie b 10k as the slan-
ilaril hooK ot reference on fnrin topics.
n is a i:ir',! naiiiisonie voiiime oi
pa'cs, priiileiloii line paper, illustrated
witli the u-ccssary cuts ami diagram:
ami b iuml in cl-iili mi l literary leather.
This. U proh;i'dy the clicaocst b.iok ever
sol.l. Tiie plan of llu bjnk is evecd
liijjly simple nml very comprch -n ivc.
It is ilividcil into twelve divisions:
The I'ahm.
l!i.F.-Ki;Kri:it.
SlIKW.
ruil.THY.
llilfsEtlul.l).
l.KHAl. I'lllST.S.
Tiie divisions cover
IIiilisE.
1'atti.i:.
SWISK.
MicturiNAi..
Uil.MKSIIl-l'CTS.
I'slil I i. Taiiles.
ycrylhine; of iu
turcst to the practical farmer or breed
ur.
AGENTS WANTED
in every town and county. Our a-'cnts
sell from twenty-live, lo sixty per week.
Space does not permit a complete re
view of the book, but descriptive, circu
lars with terms to lu'enis can be. had
from
I -AIItD & DILLON', Publishers,
218 and i20 S. Dark Street.
CHICAGO.
I
THEFT. SCOTT & GULF
A i is well known, in the short and
bean route from Kansas Cilv lo nil
,i obiis in South-eastern Kansas, South
iTe.-i Missouri, Arkansas, Texas and In
dian Territory, with throucji cars and
daily trams to Olalhc, liich Hill, 1-nrt
Scott, Lamar, Spriii";licld, Girard, Co
lumbus, Joplin, Parsons, I'lierryvale,
ivc.. d:c. 11, is the only iroo't route
from the West to Littio Honk, Hot
Springs, Eureka Siuings, Van Huron
nml tort Smith. in its Memphis Short
lioiito ooiitn, throni'li Iraius for aicin-
iil-js, with Pullman Palace Slccpine-
( ai'H and Elegant Diiv-eoaclies, leave
Kansas City daily, making this the on
ly good route from Hie west and north
west to Memphis, New Orleans, Chat
tanooga, Nashville, nml all southern
cilhu. Tourists Tickets lo all llie win
tnr Pleasure Itesorls are nil salu viatbis
routo at lowest rates. The country
Unitary lo this line In thu States oi
h iiisiis, Missouri and Arkansas, oilers
inducements to hoiiiu seekers not lo be
found elsewhere. Send for "Tin
Guide," an eighl-pngc paper, giving
inn nun retinoid imoi-inaiion us iu tile
de elnnmenf and resources of Ihe conn.
try. Send for a largo map of this Hue,
minion iron. jiuiiress,
J. E. Lockwood,
Gou'l Pass. Ag't, Kansas City, Mo.
IT DAVO TO READ THE
II r AT o Western AericDltiirist!
t HI ULOBftT, LHRAFnT AND HllT FAMILY
IflltBHAL IN TUB WMT
Devrrted to tlie Finantiil Intereit of Western Farm,
ets. ow to mko the Farm Pay. Haiidiomcty lllui
ano notntnom. im pro vi a siocK, fouiirv, Otlrv,
Only SI. 10 Var,
AJ4mm- T. UUITtRWjKTU. PiiMiitiar.
QuuKylll.
Fublio Administrator's Bale of Heal
Estate.
Niittcc Is lieleliy illn-li tliat tiy virtue iliil In
;nirs? lire ill ulii'n ili-l-el l lie l'i'iiliiilc I'unrt ef
l.iiiniisleti O'Huitv. stale of Missouri, iiimte tit
till' M.l Term IsM llii'leut, 1, .lames ,Ma. I'llli
lie Atiiiiiisliiil'.i eF sun: ciiiiiay, mill as hucli ml
inituslraler i4 li slate uf
A I KM !: r II. IIKl.ANI),
itiTcnsed, w ill mi
SA'lTllllAY, Till: Hill 1.VY OK .H NK, tssl.
tii-lwcen llie lients el nine e'clm-k 111 llie lure
iiikiii aiut live n'cliiik 111 lite iiltenieiiii, at the
illl-l lletlse liner III lilt' I'lly i,l I lullli'iil he. 1.1V
lli-lell ,-iiUltV. SI. lie III Mi-Seiirl, lllilli' I ill'
I'l'.iliali' l'ntit-1 et -mil i'lMiiitv is 111 session, si-ll
;it mi i ic iiui'lien. In the IC.I.Cnt till i er. nil-
Cil-ll. all till tc!ll. litle iiliil inl, rest ill llie sillil
All'lnel II. Il'-I..uiil. Ili-l'Cilsi-il, 111 anil In llie II I
lewitiji lti-sl--ilrll l l-al t'Stiilc, NlUliltl'il 111 Sllilt
.ivni-:lcli i-eiuiiy. lii wii :
The Xmlli wi-r.1 uuai ler of llie Seiilli Ka-I
ltliai-li-r.nl Sei-IH'U 'Iliiit sl i.H-.i. TnlOi-lil'
- illy si i:.ci. Kniiue ueiuv twi. C-'-'l: mi, I :M-n
llie illnlivlill',1 elie-lltiril xa) nl the sollll: Icl'lv
llin feel el I.e 1 In ee ,:e. n lllnck 'i'liehl elu-
:l 1 111 the illy nt I lulll-aitlie.
: Ills JAM KS MAY.
'illilic Ailltllulstratnr nt l.ivui;steii I nunly
Mlssnini.
Trustee's Sale.
Vherciin. ).. S. I'VtttT, siiijjl'' ihmI ininiarrU'it.
hv his fvrt.un ui'cii hi iiusi, twut-ii uit- uiii ua
nt Niiv.-mln'i' A. D. I;s, ami ri'i'iinictl in llu
Hi'i'iinliT f t'Hirt- if l.iviiin-tnii i-niinty, Mmhi
ri in lli't'il nl I rilsl llnok No. '.M.iit Iiiilt lit. t HI
vi'V'il in Hi" iinil"Tci;-iit'il irusii-i' the t-nll'iKint:
(iiM-i iiii-ii n:!i rHi;itii ami us nijitin'ii:iin iv
sitti:ili m l.ivii!''otiin I'liuntv. M If-thin. In wit:
Lot nutititi'i it ;tiid ' lour atnl iivi-. In I'.im k
HIIIIiIht l 11 lrl't nilL'. Ill till nlil HlH VrV o( till'
ntv "I ('liiiiifullli': wliicli'uvcyiilici' wjis ni;ilt'
iutnislto mtii'i' tin' ;iiiiiiit of u it i lain
niiintsMrv lii.u ttn-1 1 in ili-Mtiipcil.
Ami h1h ii-;is, tli faiili Ii;i itct'i) lit:t1 ill til'1
pilMIH-Ill of silltl ll"l. NnW, tlMTl'IiHT. al lli
ri i!'i".t i f the ft;al li'-lilt-r tf Mini mile, ami 11
inn -iiain-t i( llu' ii'i'Viitti'" n t-alil ili nl nl
tMlt. 1. tlH' tllHlff-IHt ll tl llMtT, Will, '
SAfi:UlAY..Il'NK7lll, A. II. lwq,
iH'tui'i-n Hit b"urs nt nine nVlnck ,. m.. ami
IWf n'rlitfk l", M., nt thai tiny, pruci'i'il ti m-II ;U
ini i hi- vt'iiiliit- to I i bilirni . ntlt't-. the )'al
lal' ami iT T '' i'l,(,vi itrnt'lil i'it. ill thr
t'Miirl ImiiM' door in thi city nt ( hlmt nl hr
I.ivitiifsi.iii fntmtv. Misi.url. i'ur raili. in sati
jy -aiil iirtf ami rnsici ami i'it'iiM's nf s.iiily
J It UN" I nut. II. iMA.M It.
May 1.', 1m.-1iU Truttri1
TO BRIDGE BUil DERS.
Neticc is lierchy jriven that tlie Hum
imiiI I'riilc l.'iiiiiiiiis.-.i(incr will let, by
iiulilic iMitcrv. In the lowest ami lies!
iiiililer, at the cuiirt house iluur, ii
Chilliciitiie, Mn., on
Saturday, June 7tli, 1804,
al '.'o'clnck, p. M., the ciuiti-act fur rc
nairinn; t!ic liriiVc oyer (iraiul llivcr
ell the Cliillicutht' anil I'lica nnul.
Specilicatiiuis can be seen at nllico u:
rniintv rlcrk.
J. V. 1'ilWKI.I.,
Kiiail anil Ilriilee t'luiiuiissinner.
AYEE'S
Hair Vigor
tvitotv, wiiU ilia m nml lut-luicfs of
youlli, tHiit'U or im; liuir lo a unluriil, rivh
b.owii culor, or dw Muck, Asm:; U-iUht it.
liy its uo or rcl lmii in:i ha tlurkt tuil,
tli tu li Ur lliickout'd, fttnt bal.lnefl oftiU,
lUuujU nl wit ye, cutt.ll.
It clivck (atlii'g of tlio linir. m il Hinm
lutoi m wiMk uii'l ick! l' v''ir. It
prvvfiiti mid euros ururt nmi ilriii'li utT, ui-il
lieiitn n.-nrly evi'ry tli:oac pi pulifir lo tlio
frail. An a l.mlifH Hair Undine, l!n
Vuiolt it uuoiiunMi'il ; it i-iit.-ifiif iii-itlioroil
nor ilyo, renijoi!' tin: li'ilr f )ft. m.-l
silkt'ti in npitcaninrp. mid imiifirts a !i iiiruie,
lignM-aliln, ami lnsin;j; l-iJiiiiic.
Mil. f . P. Hint ni:t wrll-'i frnm Khb't, O
' Jul i :i. If".' : l.)tf.t tnl I i 1 1 lifui I'liitiiiii iiOt 'l
falling nut, Rinl til it hlnnl l lin" I 1 i-:H:t
liiwirly hma. t lin tl , nl it liiiU.u nl
Avvit'H ll UK Yl'jiilf, wliii li sl'ii'it Hit- lull
liinf Hit lisir. timl mn fil tm iiivtli.
Liivrt tluw a (nil In-H'lul virir-
o.ii!v, itii.l n:i) C'Hivnii'i il l ilt Uv tho
it f viir i'vjnr:iti 'li 1 ttliouM li.iu- l-i'iii
tnlir)v U.tKl."
.!. W. li tTVl X. pr.ipvi t r .f the Mc.trthm
(ttitioi Kit.imrtt , "AM U'h II a 111 V it, nit
in a nine-1 i'.'i,ei!t i t j -ht .il .Mil fitrlhf liftir,
1 itJHJlk "f it Mill lii n.VII f )l'l'.flHV. ll
mm: ii'ini'Hi Hi'! j;"i Vii, f i:v Imir. ui-.il
iiiiikirn il l'is-v jn..l -nil. '1'! iH-'tr i f i -j
a HU:d riiiH f--i' tliiu'lniir. Nut n-!l,;ii tuv
knuW.i'ilv" llLltt l!f nifi,ji;a.nll VX Il-lilil
tu give viiiitt; h."UsliU'(i"ii,"
Hit. AV'ii Fuiituittv, limV-r .,r tl;o
Ci'lubralcil " -;i:i'!';itrii r.iiinK :
V't':tli!l-. 'vril. a fiotn .'-tv.,, i
lSll. ' I'.vi r jiff my ttiti.- 1m-i.'ii t" v'W
vrv uviil"in'i nt tl.tt t'li:iiti;i' v.liiiii llu 1
tinit' protMiivih, I ji.'iw ui"l Avi.l;i II.Mlt
iiiolt, :ui I 'l li'U' ii .U'l" t ri'.n.lH
n i :tii"iiiiinv nf yiii(ii(iitri' --li .ur: 1 t-r
Ciisi.lr;i!: riitisi",lii-i:.'' lo luiti'Mfi , m
l"i'H, iU'l'M -i, :lli 1 in r.,( i Vi'l V ilu Ui.u illi
In Hit: t'jt-H uf I '.iv iiiiLiiU'."
Mtt. . A. l'lttw irr. wiliinj fr.-m !.. I'!m
.sr.. ( h ir.Vuvmj, Mat" , hn! li. f.
1'wii oar-i al' -nl i "liiin'M.f i. , l.t.lr
r-u if. It Iruum-il tiT1, rii;iily, I rn
f,ct ijii-nwiiif! ii.ll. Oa ii;ii- .Will's ll,:u
lw.it Llu- liiliuit' Nliiin-il ainl ii la w )r-
('iniiitt'iiri'il, anl in h In ml n ni"i ll u; lu.nl
w:n i!ini'Uli'ly fiiv-r-f.i witli Miori i.mr.
Ii:n i'initit iH'1 j't hi"', Rinl m li"W hs p cil
li' fori) il ful. I ii-juijri H""l nut in- lii.itle
or tli" i i it, nul now ui-u il i.ccabiuiian,
u ilrc-tsiiiy."
Wfi Invo iiunlrt'iiK of pluillni li nitiinnials
tf ihi) om.-n.-y of Avrti's IImu Vm"i:. It
n"i'.l!t l't a trial to roiivhico the niotl !U'iii-
cal ot l:s Alwv,
MiKi-AiirD m
Dp. J.C.Aycp&Co., Lowell, Mass.
$M by ail Uruygisn.
CKICACO, EURLIGTCN
KANSAS CITY ll'Y.
SHORTEST AHD MOST OlilECT L1K
Chicago, Peoria, Buffa'
lo, Detroit, Toledo,
Niagara Falls, New
York, and Phila
delphia Antl aM Kafitcrn nnu New Knclaiui pnlnu,
ST i'ALL, M1NNKAPUMH, FAKGO,
JAMESTOWN
And nil po'nts In Minnesota, Dakota and
the iNortlmest. AIp the most direct
line to Kanfafi Citv, I'ort Scoll, bt. J
septi, Attltlbon, Topcku, and ull points
(n KutiKai, Nebraska, Toloradu, New
Mexico and CuUiiuntu.
Kxamiuc the map and nee for yourself,
It. LAV,(Il'iriStlit.,Kciikllk. Inwit,
J. II. IU:sT..lr..ii.T. r. Au'l
K.'iiknk, ltiwit,
MEMPHIS RUOTE SOUT
Kansas City to Mem'
plus without change
of Cars.
Tlio nltPiitlnn nf Iln (ill- ul Uio wPBt nml
lllll'lll-UTHl ISI'llllPlI III I III! 1..iH RMrnsliill
in llie linnwiscily, Kl, Sm-li & null Knlll'ua
now i'iniiili'liil ami In iin'riitlini iK-lu-i-i-n Kim
n city, Mn., nml Mvinplilsi, Ti-nti. Tln ontiilc-
lliill ul I ills slinil 1 1 1 it- lo tii- miiiIIi IiiIiii-h Unit
lici i'lutai i- tu thu ivi-sl ii-iii-lii'all,v luatwiMililn
r(!llfiiiliitni-li,c ri'liitliin ivilli thu wrst mill
niil lh-wi'sl Iu lliu vi'l-j- ifri'al iiilvaiiliiKO of all.
riimiiEh iraliiH Ini- Mi'inpliU niili I'ulliiinn
l'iiliiiH!sli'i!ini; rur nml plccaut day cmii'lir
Iriivi' Kniisiis I'lly iliiily, hhvIhb lroiUi-iit
i-liaiiiii'H nml many lumrn lime tu MkiiiiiIiI.
Jiii'ksniivllli'. l-'lii., Ni'ii- Uric-inn, iiikI nil suulli
crn till. Tourists tlrkt'ls via llils ulinrt mule
lu .liu-ksiiiivllli, Mnlilli', New orlfttiiK, mill nil
the wliitnrpli'iisiirn ri-HolU of I he Mint It, will bp
nil sain at iillcniiinii iiflloi'titliriiugliimt lliu went.
A mall nf tilts ni'W rnnlo hai Just lii'i'n pri'l'iirnl
HIIII .1111 ll' llllllll II II III: till llllllrillllll III J
Liiiikwuiiil. (1. I'. & T. A.. Kansus I lly, Mn.
iT&El
Th first and onlr Fltutnr hsv.
Ira dlroct ftotloo uiKm ttio KldtMrK.
it urmwf nu n nnw gprm front in
KhlnriM. funuM tiiUiltJiful. Mnuunh-
ffituu proiwrtlM Into ItMimiaad re-l
1 httTf.
linuru
.III I
niuvin. iu uii uio entail ui
A UWli
BACK ACHE!
tt tool
nml nil D'aeuBMnr Kidneys, Bi udder ft TJHnsry
CrdraiiB.jnil piwitlTr-lr cu.wi-un nothlnatM,cn
HOHATIO R. OWEN, ri ,e Pnip'r.Toierlo. Ohio
XXX ROOFING PASNT.
A valuable Water-prodf and l-'inv
pr(Hf l'aint. ThU paint will (p the
tnoHt leaky nHif.M, buth Tin am Shingle.
Il n tho be.nt nml elieapest paint fur
lianift of either plauuil or rough boards.
Apply nt tliiii olliee, or to
J. T. lii.A('Kni:iiN,
B2 Chillicutlie, Mo.
GET TIIE BEST !
. LEA1 ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
Guaranteed Unequaled
FOB
OPERATION.
ECONOMY.
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
ImpMTcncjta a&l Conveniences foul la
no otters.
ASwas Reliable.
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
For Sola In Every City ani Towa
is tlie United Stutsi.
AXD 15V
AJOPPE&SOK,
Cliillicotlie Mo,
OHIO INDIANA-MICHIGAN
THE BUSINESS MAN
When he trnvliMftntfl to po quick, wnntd trt
ho comfortable, wants to urnvc at (icttum
lion on time, in fact, wants a strictly bufi
netc trip, ami conBt'ijunntly tnhei the
popular Walmsb Route, Ice huff that bo la
pure to mcvt )Hh eiiRncmcuu uud cuatmuo
lo urouper anil bo liappv.
TEE TOUEIST
ITaslonfr tinro cliosen tlio U'uliasli aa tho
favorite route to ail tin? summer rfforta of
the Kaet, Norili aul Wcht, anI winior rc
oris of theSnuth, hh tlio Company has for
yearn provilel hvttcr arrominoitutiona nnd
runic atirartioiiH thiui anr of its rumiiotitora
lor this cliisflnf travel Tourist Tickets can
be had at relinei rates ul all principal
OlUcca of tlie L'oinpai.y,
THE FARMER
In soarrh of ft new homo, where ho can no
curu hutter lelurin fur Inn labor, nhoiibl ru
inemlter that tiie Wnbach is the mnt ihrect
roum to ArkiHimii.Ti.'xnB.Katisus.Noliraska,
nil all )oinU South, West iintl Northwest,
antl that round. trip l.tinl-exiilorerfi' tickcti
At vory low rates nro always on onto at tho
ticket oillrcfl. Ie!-r,ritilive aitvcrticing mat.
ter of Arkansas and Tt'lilfl eent free to all
applicants hy addressing Iho Ocucial iJut
aeugur Apcut,
THE INVALID
Willflntl thoWfihahh the most convenient
roiiia to iill thu n.itc-i) health resorts of
Illinois, Mi-.-op.iri. A i Kansas ami Texas, and.
thai tho extensive thnniih rnr pvstem and
euitorior ai'-roiiniioilationa of this tinmjlur
line will. ulil urciiilv to tun comfort while en
r-'iito. l'amiihlct ilcFcriptivo of thu many
rclHirntPtl nuatnil mirltiKH of the West uud
buutti sunt fixe oil anpliratioii.
THE CAPITALIST
Can pet the Information nocepcary to sdrnro
eafo uml proiltiihlo luvc-tniunts in ngrleul
turo, Ktork-raitiiiiK, inintne, lumberin?, or
any of tne many invitmR fields throughout
the South auU Weat, by uiidrubsian tlio u&
duniguid.
n. C. TOWNSEND,
Cm'i Passenger Agents St. Louis, Mb,
ILLINOIS-IOWA-MISSOURI
PA&ENISVMNTCDFOR THE
ICTORIAL
HISTORYorTiisWORLD
Qii, Outfit tli. A'Uir-ii'tttK fc Cu, AuuiU.Mjut
MCTSREIlflRDWC
Itwttl nnrlfv tn1 nnrldt iho ftLnnn. rfmiW
the LIVEHniul KtOWtYS, ntut Ujimokk tub
HKALTH ftiid V1U0K cf YOUTH! 1
dlHcithi'M ri'iinli Inir n iti'IhIii Mini t-llloltm 1
III HK)?0
TON
lll'llL't.
ifieuUMv l)w iK'ji'.lu.W Kill ol A 'ltlu. 1 -
titoi, I.uck
iiiiL'fli. tein.. It tmc is niniKcd
with hniiii'ittitl" ami notiilcritil nnlli. ItniiiH,
niimi'li'i mi ri in-rve rt-ci'lvf icav turce, LnliVutia
thu tiiln-l nti'l ouiilli'H Itmlii I'liwir.
I ii TCTi BLllirliiif tri'io nil roniplnlnts
n V i Hi 0 nut u!mrtlii:r'X wlllllinliu
It. JiAHl EK a HtCN TONIC a tnL mn tn t-.ly
cuff. i y4 a clciir mid iicaltliy coinpk-xluti.
H.lliTtK'rt lituN Iomc in tlmi lri'imnl al It: inula
at ciiniiti rd Ithii tm t n"jr mlili-.! ! (he poi'iilar
Ity ol Uiuoi-IkIiihI. Ifynti i-iirm-ty ilfniru luitiUi
1'li'J mrjlUJi'H liotltlK liy to till Valuu r DR.
do not ixtar)i.uiit tt-'"l UitiuiN.'.L AN it IU.&T
CHeotil mr ii UrowtoTboDr. H'irt.u ftli.d.Cd.V
rit.'x).iti, Mo., fur our-'DllKAM tOCK. 'H
Fullof itrnDw and ti-fui tnfjnnatlon.d'ii-.jr
Dn Harter's Ipon Toniq is pofi Bali ey AU
DhUOOISTB AND DULERt. EvcnrwHCRE
iflZNTS WANTED
for
ON A MEXICAN MUSTANG
THROUGH TEXAS,
BI TDK EDITORS Of
For Ttrmt and llluitrated Circular
apply al onct to
T, N. JAMES St, CO.,
508 mJ SID Pins St, St Louis, Mft
SO Miln St, Houilon, Teiat
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notlcr N licri'liy given lo cmlilora nnd nil
person littcrcstrd in tlio i-sUilc of Ji-niithaii
Mime, ili'i'ijitfOtl, lli.tt I Iiitt'inl liiinitke (liml net
tlellieiit themif tit I hr next teini nl the J'rohlUe
Coini niilihi :ml forllio rimntv of Livmn-mni
uml Stitti' ol MWiHifl, to !'( heuiiii nml held in
tin1 Hty o( CluIlk'uUic, un Moitilny, i;iy Ltli, A.
. 1M1.
FKANK M. HCOTT,
Ailinlubliiiior.
Frujik aiu att, attoirifv, 32-
HASH
ROUTE!
AlEMIi
W'c own and occupy tlio lavgeist building in the city of Chillicothc. It is three stories high
and we kcci) it stocked from ton to bottom with n better class of implements than can be found
elsewhere in this city, consisting
Manufiicturi'd at Racine, Wis., the oldest and largest establishment in the U. S. 54 years in
business. Tho
J. I. CASE AGITATOR (THRESHER.)
82,') ri'wnrd fur i-vurv pint of wheat thrown over the mil of this thri-shor, if properly liunilli'il.
MINNEAPOLIS HARVESTER.
Wb sold 22 of tlii'sii ilnisi's, lust season,
niiuiufiu'liuvi-s cun use llietn.
IMPROVED SMITH
Cuts 7 feet, does the work of two 4-foot machines wilh
The Morrison, double standard, with solid wrought iron frog. Tho FLYING
DUTCHMAN, tlie grandest invention of the age. We also have the Deere, Moline
and Norwegian Plows.
1)110 WN S FAVORITE CULTIVATOR !
AVo sold 1411 last season lies! ill the market.
NEFF COMBINED CULTIVATOR Sold under pledge of gift that if it fails to per-
lonn ns represented, it will lie given iiwuy.
THE BAKER DRILL Only gas pipe frame manufactured, has no equal, spiral Tioo
pressure. I'onie ami see it.
Keystone Corn Shelters, Big Giant Feed Grinders, Hay and Straw
Cutters, Extras, Combined Mandible Vice, Bolt Header and Drill, only
$5. Every farmer should haveone.
STTJDEBAKER WAGONS I't wagon in the world and so acknowledged by ev-
ervlioilv.
i BUGGIES AND SPRING WAGONS Tlie best make and the largest stock ever
si'i-n iu I'liilliuullie. Conic ami si-u us.
In lmililin!; formerly oeenpieil liy Stiifl'nnl & I'rinplo,
ALWAYS In the LEAD!
BELDINti'S
For Length, Strengths Elasticity
IT HAS WO EQUAL?
Awarded HIGHEST PREMIUM at
all IWDUSIRIAL Exhlbltlonn.
IU Immfwe poiniiiirity la due lOlcly to the
Intrinsic Merit ut Uio rouiIs.
BROWNING &COYLE,St,Louis,Mo.
Affects for the WEST and SOUTH.
M II I OI R00KV1LLC, CONN.
M I LsLO 1 MONTREAL, CANADA.
( NORTHAMPTON, MaBi.
For Sale by Dealers Everywhere
llddlnK'B Knitting Silk. Machine Twist, Button-hole
811k. Hewing Silk ami Kensington
tmhrniflpry silk have all the points ot Suner
lotrlty that iiutiujjubh their faruuL Silk.
IT VUU AlIKliUlXG
EAST OR WEST,
TAKR
'TUB OLD liKUABLE"
WMM I li fa I il
SHOUT LINE
1ILTIVKKN
CIIlCAdO,
KAKSAH CITA',
ATCHISOK,
anil S I'. JOSEl'lI,
AND AM. POINTS IN
Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska,
Colorado and New Mexico.
In Bi'ife oi niipoHlilnti. Hit. i'Oi.h ItKi.iAni.r," la
mill iliu ihvmi'iic wiili ili- truvcllnir uiiblic. on
aicouiitiiiiiB
MIlKliA h M AXAfiKM KNT !
sm .olh ' tiel ItallTrll -k, N nt nlnl Tidy t),iy
Cou hi'n, Klfi'iuit Ittwliiilnn'.lj.iiir Vnu.
(Kivetu l-'u-tf iJluim I1 in eiiKcrii)
Hlnl M.lKlilllfL-Ilt
ITl.I.MAN SI.KKlISli CAliSt
KORTON' RECLINING CHAIR CARS
on all iriitns
DAY AND NIGHT
ENTIRETRAINS
oi Dhj aachea, Hdrl niiiffS-Ht t'ar and Pull
mmi Muutri
Hun Throiitfli to Chicago
WITHOUT UllANtiK,
Conui'ctlnn; inthBtijrinil Ui.i.iij Dfot at Chi
ciiro fr
New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Buffalo, Detroit, Pittsburg
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
THKSIIUUT LINK TO
Iiuliaiiiipolis, Cincinnati, Lou-
villo nnd
SOUTHEASTERN POINTS
The iiublloilon't forget its tvlvaniagef, nml nl
W'nyB tiiku
'THE OLD RELIABLE,'
JOHN II CAHKON, S K. IKKII'KIt,
Ucn'l MutiRKur. Ui'n I l'.n. ft Tlokei Ag'l
Il OompoMil of Htrbtl uuil &l'iilufiuouj prod
Dfu,w)ucu permeate the mibttntica ofth
jLniiKt p:toratrB iho nirld mnttcr
tinit ojilaot in the liruDcbirtl TuIwh, nnu turms a
octhluif cos llu Kt which rvlloTct the Ir
ritation tlint eiu tlto coiitfh. It clennui
th'.- lnimn of nil tmpurltit , utriigihcuji
thcutlihf-u 4 nibbled liy dljoair, invitoi
HUi i llie ctrcul uion uf the blo wt, nnil tii n?i.sth
uei vtinnvilem. Slight vnlt firi nl In
cuniUfAiitlon. It tit flanurroa to urilcct
them Apply tho remedy promptly A
teutoftwonty yi!i:rwrrnun thu aMr:ion tlint
no remedy liarTcr Sxtn found that Itafl
mT.ir.pt iii meiXiUtu "f IITT'8 MfCIOBAKT.
A ulngfc done ruUti the phl nm, nuUluet
liiH-immotinn.iinil n hbu ()tvii iv i i.n tjip mo-t
3tUtmU; fwitikih. A p1rnnant flnrdlnl, chil
dren tnka It rt)ulllv. J-'nr 4)mup It U
turulualil nnd tiotiia ia In rvrry fnaiiir
, In gflcnnrl il nnttlm.
TUTIig
PILLS
ACT DIRCCTLY OH TM LlVEgt
ttarr t'hllia ntitl Favor, lypilm
atvm amoMKiv. nuiuui UIIOxintlpB
Uun, UluuinfttUin, jPilea, llplUonof
the Heart. lolacluoas.Tuf.iiil I. and
rmal IrrfrnUritIi
It vou do notrel
nry waiiAflinulOpillnt Iwd.tlmo attinulata(ba
jtomwh,rotois)tl)('ppttt,ronnrt)iT(j7uctoUia
yntpni. Prlra.lKr. :IM Murray Nt , Hf.Y.
KTWVTI FPQ TUTT'ft MANUAL FREI.VI
SPOOL SILEt!
TjJTrS
-DEALERS IN-
CIIILLICOTIIE, MO.
in part of the
which ate litL'il with all of J.
YOUNG &
(iO
TP. Truoi
-UKST
GROCERY AND BAKERY !
Tnr .Siiiplu nliil Fancy GrnrcripR, Fi'ihIi llifiul, Ciikt'H nml Fitncy I'iihi
try, nil kimlx uf ('oiifvoiionory, Sc. llijiliusl .Murkot l'rico iiinl fur Cnnn
try rriiiliico. Jfcr Wedilinj; C'uUch Imkud lu onlcr. Went HWo l'ublia
Squnru.
-AT-
SUMMERVILLE'S.
lbs. Orleans Sugar
12 lbs. C Sugar
10 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar
1 Gallon Syrup Honey Drips
1 Uusliel Iowa Potatoes
1 lb. Package Roasted Coffee
1 lb. Basket Fired Japan Tea
1 lb. Siam Tea
lo lbs. Rice
A FULL STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR mi AND BOYS.
A FINE SELECTED LOT OF
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S' SHOES Nj
To sell or exchange for COUNTRY PRODUCE, at
WM. SUMMERVILLE'S,
Slnck St., Xorlh of ltaniiibal & St. Jo. Dqwt
JEWELRY & SILVERWARE
i 11 U PDW T m Tnmnlni. Il
W.Jj.UllljLLm, JDiiClDl.
North Side tf the Public Square,
Sole Agent
in Cliillicotlie
Wiilches.
Agent for John Holland's Gold
FULL LINE OF SFEOTAOLES.
SILVEn KNIVKS, F0I1KS, Sl'OONS, ie.
t.HKlJAIHING WACTUKS A SPECIALTY.
sijoeia iEQ-m2 put ouo jo
tOtt. ALL CLLIIATUS,
11884 CATALOGUE FREE
iiiu'iHus, ninMm oiDLbT
SAW MILL MENT
I am prepared to sell a complete Saw
Mill. Thri'slicr KliL'inu anil Separators
on tcnuH so that tlie earnliif; will my
for tlie mill or machine. Uulinblo pa
pers reipiired.)
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