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T. M. LANKl'OUD, Local Editor. THTJESDAY, OCT. 16. 1884. GREENBACK TICKET. For Prfniili-nt. (iK.V. I1ESJ. K. ltL'TI.EU. Of Miissucliusi-lls. For Viec-l'i'i'sidi'tit, (iKX. A. M. WEST, Oi Missiiwippi. STATE TICKET. i:i. I.,.!- C.vcriuir- Ii Hui.S 1 Of limlumuu count) Fur U. flinvrmtr-ll. M. St iiiKi.n 4 f si. I,i mis Hiiiiiiy I'Al l.-I. hi v, oi i.iui-i iniy JAfitIS SAMI. i H Al:iir uil ill Vlll- ri'HIilV Mi itriii HI St. l.-'ltiv liif Court 1W U'H l II l.t'W i- t-iiiiit ,l !l HATI ni liarloii Fur Ucimtcr of l.;iiiU li."m:r. H"M For SfiTct;iry of t:it V'tirStiitP Auditor l'or Sliid- Tn MMirrr .! Wi s 1-Vr Attorn. (ii ti'Tal v Fur J ih1k f s,'l,r Fur Uiiilrii;i.i(,iiimiiii1ii'-r '.miil (X Mr VlllltV COUNTY TICKET. Fr lleprt'Sfiitiiliv ForShenH-.It'iis M. Hait, IV V. IlnMiY AN. I if Motlinm- !mnliij' .(1 toll-ll'. r...Ti.1i.i.Mfi.i' - Wit i l M T. U 4U l.ivcn t"ll-lill' lulls V.. W t 4)1 Ciiiiiii'oHi' II M Ainliin-i'. Ill K;un;i'( I"V,li'litl' .I.iliN N. 1. I". Far Vroswiitliitf Attonu-y For County SurviyT For Public A.liiilni-tnii' FnrConnu'r -l n ;!. i V..ri". .Itul-'t' K;lt.ril IMt uf liiiitnl Hi oi cinlii"- Tin", r. For Co. JiuUi'.Wi tlvru 1M -'"-I OI S.uilp' Iuv.u-lil I'll I'M M l' t.lWlMl For Conrcs', Strum I l!trift, WILLIAM K. (iL'NliV. Of MvinjMon i-nnnty. Vh, 11, mnlvv t:iut tnp- GREENBACK MEETINGS. Jucl'u Donovan, candidate f n- ri'v acntative, and I'rof. II. K. Kapp "ill speak at tlic following li and places, on the political issues of 1 li. day: lll.l'K M'U Mi IT. Burner School House, liluc Mound I p. Monday ni'lit CM. imli. Baxter School House, lllue mound I p. Tuesday ni'lit Oct. -'1st. Tim Stone School Hons,', Smith ol Dawn, Wednesday ni;;lit, October -'-lid. FAIKVIKW Tl'. Vaughn School House. 'i'lmrsl:i night, Oct. I'.lrd. Green Scho 1 House 21. Avaloii, Momlav ni Fridav uijr'iit.Ocl. hi, Oct. -'7th. GRAND HIVElt TP. Shannon School Houc,Tucday li ij. Oct. 28th. WIIEIll.lSO Tl", New York School Hon night, October 18th, J. M. speaker. At all the above meetings Iher probably he other speakers. e. Nalurda Vorls, K will (irecnliackcrs will please see that ev eryhody in the vicinities has notice o these meetings. Speakers can he had for other point hv applying to John M. Hale ami Dr A. S. Cloud, who arc the committee on speakers. 11 v OituKii of Commit:. Ohio Goes Republican. One year ago the democrats carrie Ohio by UVAIO majority. On la Tuesday, the l'ciiuhlican carried lb State by about lo.iun. as ne ar as i lie ascertained at the present wrili We ari not surprised a! 1'iis iv-i I hough e are aware that the IVi crats this year are bacl.e.l i-y t!,e lo holding and banking iu'civils. liar times exist in Oiiio. Many i!i"iis:itn of good men are out of ivmimeriiliv emiilovment. Tiiedeiii icrats in-oiiiisi1 nothing which could indue bo;:c f, better limes. They did not pr ise i increase iti i!ie currency: they did u promise to substitute gov s'nmeiit moil cy for haul; money; they did not pnu iu to tKlv out the idle hoard ill tl treasury: they did not promise the l duetiun to a reasonable charge t rates of freight on railroads, 'flic promised nothing except the old prom Ise of "retrenchment and reform" am n reduction of the tariir. How could reduction of the tariff increase tl wattes of a factory hand? How could n reduction of the tariff give the idle factory land employment at his trade These were questions which naturally aroso in the minds of the voters anil hence wo do not wonder that those suf fering people refused to vole the Dem ocratic ticket. The result means Democratic defeat in November. If you want a change in the national government, Democrat friends, help us elect the 8 Hutlcr elec tors in Missouri, as you are helping us in Iowa, Michigan and other stales. Butler'i Letter. Wo furnish our readers Gen. Butler's letter to his constituents, a portion of whicli wo gave in a previous issue. Head it carefully ami be sure ami hnml it to yuur neighbor with a mined thai he read it. Butlek's progranimo for the Cain naivn is characteristic of him. He has had published whero ho will ho every hour from now until the night of No vember 3rd. Somo. days he will make half a dozen speeches at that many dif- lorent cities. Ho winds up at Boston rfh a grand rally on the night of No- re aber 3rd. This Republicans of the 7th Congres sional district hnro nominated M. u. lieynolds, of Pike county for Congress. Tsb democrats of the Ninth New Tork district have nouiisaded Joseph VaiOxet lot Congress. West Viigiiiia Election. The re'urtis indicate ihatWcst Vir- lia ha- youc democratic by a S'.i.ail ijority. The dispatches say that .sulli :nt returns have not yet been received tell for certain which way the Stale s gone. Butler'i Work.- AT l'lTTSIH KO. On. City. Oct. in. Gen. Imtler, on su nvto ruts nit'!?, was inei ai me li'ooi bv a crowd ol '.'.olio people Willi bra, band and military salute, in l from Monilville at Silttl this af- moon and was i!riY"ii to the 1 aseoaii rounds, where an immense crow 1 1 iwailcd him. His arrival was the signal ir great cheering and after onlcr was stored he spoke for half an hour, ar ligning the Kepiiblieatmiid Demoerat parlies and assailing the Siandard Oil mipanv. He told the Democrats they ad thrown their votes away for twenty ars. At :. :.!0 the train started for Pittsburg tin ill mo-1 enlliusia-tii- aiilause. lieu I'rankliu was reached ."i.nuii people were llliereil at the depot to 11 1 the Irani. Gen. Duller was escorteil to a piaiiorm ... i i . t. ... ' plllile' illare w Merc im- s,om- i-.i liftcen iiuiiutcs. in the course oi iiis a- marks be advised local t .reeiibaekers lo li practicable, bill to lie careliil whom thev fu-e.l uilli. I!y iloing thi iiev could carry alino-t any ilistriet. I'he rest of his remarks were ili voleil to in arraignment ot all panics. .The licvl stopping place was hllllell ,11 where the parlv was greeted by a crowd of e1"'. Gen. Duller was warmly 1 and spoke live minutes upon the "elieral olltlooK ol I lie laoor pal ly s ainpaign. At loeburg the general spoke for ten minutes to o.uim hearers. Mion and live llllllUte speeches were al iunde at Pardeiis and Drady s Demi. When Kitteiianing wa reiiebcil oyer o,- oerson, from a l I'artsoi tlic siir- ro'inding country, including a commu te ' of reception li'olu lilisourg were ai I lie slaiion. Gell. Duller lUh ll'esseil I he i iS.lai'e for lifieen ininuics (luring which he '..late.! that it was the duly of the coiiii'.iv to put a loll on foreign t lsimpoVlid. to protect labor. Tin la. howe'.cr. should Mill be cNCcs-iVc, hoi iu-i eiioii 'li to make up flic di'.l'er- i-uee lieiweeii foreign ami dniiaMic la bur. At the cone Ill-ion of the speed the Pill-burg commillee took General Duller and parlv in charge and then -larlcd on its wav to Iron Citv. making but cue -ton al Wet l'eiin junction. ivliere aboiil a bundred people had orcateil. v hen ihe train rolled into the I n h iiul al Pill-burg this ('Veiling lllllv lo.noij people. Willi brass Paiiils. nan ilbereil to welcome the distinguished ilor. The parlv were driven mum ,lclv totheM ingahcla houscwher thev took supper after which llicy pn led to the o aee ol lllccllllg oil Ml I'lc si reel at the ninctioii ot vv oou aini 1Mb avenue. I.oll" hi fnl'e X o'clock Ihe streets 111 ic v icinily of the Pcnii hank building uni Ihe -lens of which the nihil' 1,, l,ii made were crovvced. and hen Gen. Duller arrived the ninllitm! id "rown to immense proportions. and it less than from ' to l'.'i.o"" le were present. It was a reiuarkabl meeting and so far as numbers are con rni d has never been exceclled III till lv. Miorilv before !l o'clock Gcner Duller was introduced amid great e n.ia-iii and ilealening cheers. Win der wasresiorcil he began his addr uni spoke for two hours. Alter thank in" the assemblage for the denionsii' In- -poke ot me gi'' al distress this city ami said the depression w. 1 bv an iiticuual division hetwei labor and capital, lie went before th invention ami askco ineiii to out such a plank in the platform would "el an euiial division for labor mil capital, but thev would not do it At this point fireworks were expl from the loll of the bank building, 1,111 lv bv persons nol colineeleil Willi he i em iii-iraMou. miner iicinaiui lhal lie", be -tin ipei . " I Iiev had elloll liivworks here leii years ago, be Mint. did if it's not stopped 1 will lead you to slop il. n have rigid s, we are m the public sll'eels, free tor everybody. ind I will nol allow any pani.er or cap italist to interfere with us. ( outlini ng, be said there was a ilillieiilly winch ill'eels this town particularly. "You Ihink," said hC'lhat the tarill is going In do cvervlliing. yet Ihe Souilierii oli garchy coiiii'ols ihe negro labor of the South. They have heller iron in the mines of Georgia than here and by Ihe laborers they arc working at half prices thev are enabled to get ahead of you. The negro works for half because he can't nroteel himself. t took n terrible war to free the slaves - war the likeof w Inch was never known, which tilled Ihe laud with blond. Our cause is grcatci than that of the abolitionist. Il is in teiided to free In.n'ii.iiiiil workingineii. If it cannot be done hv the ballot assure as a God reigns and our cause is just.so shall lie punish this land again by red- hauded war bv freeing the while rar I hone that may not conic." lien. Dul ler then arraig I Ihe liepiiblieans and Democratic parlies and called on tin voters lo join the people's party, and urged that they stand togelhcr and thus hold the balance of power and form a new parte. i ' A".'," br";.u'i.i.is. .'tit ton nf Iniuamo tlic amount oi1. Gen. liullei reaeheiLd annlvert.ry of tlit'dteriioon. Hi was p.fe slave, wns coiiiiucnii'l coinillittci1 wii'- dhc colored war vctero'seoi'ted lo a iiy frcucrlck Douclaie ill ;n ered a -;5'U are said to li'niil of I he einrl . vu o roin Monruc.udicll.v. Tiic $ , jyis, a (list crowded by lo.--.' r '.ctcS'Js'l'. ' li was of Ihe sanu -.'- J3 k-S'' o he has been de- W' 2"?Br the emu jlrv. 1 said I :ie present troubles of the 'i ere mainly due to the insuffl f t'le volcne of currency. lie rc-p- e',s to General llanisnn. AT TOI-KKO. Toi.epo, O. Oct. C Gen. Hutlcr ar rived here this afternoon and was an nounced to speak at White's ball this evening but ihe hall proving inndeipiate to accommodate the large crowd which had assembled to hear him the meeting was held in the open air, Gen. Duller speaking two hours on the political is sues of the day. His address was devot ed mainly lo a discission of the curren cy and tariff nuostions and speculators in the products of the farm and neces. ot tile. GROVES CLEVELAND FARMERS. AND THE The New York State Farmers' Alli ance Denounces Kr. Cleveland. To "ir Fitrim rs of ihe. Stittc of AVie )"'. Two years ago Mr. Cleveland was chosen governor bv a majority of 1'.'-',- uiiii votes. A eoii-iilcrahle pari of t lti: iorilv came Irom Hie .'-iipport given im bv large numbers of tanners, win lied on bis pledges (,f liilciil.v lo th- inciph's av owed in the Democrat ic it form ot iss-. I'or inc ui'st nun ,i nee the itav s ol mius u rigni uie uein die iiartv in that year had a ma'oi' it - of voles ill the agriciilural countii 1 towns in 1 1 1 1- Slate. dr. CleM land is now a candidate for Presidi uev. It is. ihereforc.propi nil his ooiir-e as a governor be reva v 1 in the light of tacts, thai the pen. le niav iudge hmv tar he has fiillld idedges and .vlial i his illness for tlic higher ol'kv to vviiic Baek to Quarto I CRELLIH'S linli. i WE ARE KOW BACK TO QUARTERS WITH A LARGE STOCK OF (SIGN OF THE GOLDEJf EAGLE.) North Side Public Square, Chillicothe, Mo. Carries an ex cellent stock of JEWELRY, Gold & Silver Watches Silverware, Gold Pens, CHEAPER THATC" ch he pires. 11 liei dc si i' - scif , me great parties, eliari ,i tlic nu-sion ol tin hepuulieaii uirtv was at an end, and that the pres ent troubles of the working men wen due to an insufficient volume of money. He also vigorously denounced monopo lists and capitali.is and maintained Hint labor did not receive Us just reward lieu. Duller will leave in the morning soeakiie? briellv at Plymouth and Val paraiso, reaching South llend in tlieev- ening. AT KAI.AMA.OI1, Kai.ama.imi, Jlich. Oct. C.-Gen. Hutlcr arrived hero from Jackson this aflcr uoon. jlc was met at tlic depot by a baud and citizens, who escorted him to the park. where ho spoke thirty minutes from a platform on Indian mound. He appealed to the voters to stand together ami denounced the civil service law as taking away the privilege of Ihe people and creating a privileged class. ins other point was that if the soldiers could have their way, pay made good to them in gold like tho bondhold ers I hey would not need pensions. Ho was interrupted and did no lliih.li his speech. His inlerriiptors nre said lo have been drunk. One of them was a copperhead during 'ho war and said Duller voted for Jeff Davis. Iluthir re plied that that was no news. Davis was then a union man. He afterward fought Davis. Hutlcr left for Lansing where he speaks to-night. AT TKHUE HAI TI?. Tkiihe IUttTH, Oct. 2. Gen. Itutlur spoke here to-day at ltllO. Ho came from Logansport and was an hour late in ariyving. Ho was escorted to the Ter ra Hautu House, whuro he took dlnnor, by the Reception Comndtteo of Inde pendent. Ho spoke in the Republican Wigwam to an immense crowd of pco- iiincs our painful dutv lo noiinee .Mr. I levei.md s canuiuacy as iiivvorihv the sin, port nl fanners ami of great bo ly of indep- ndeiit vniei's o elected hilll two years ago. lie has lated po-itivc pledges of lididily to pi ople's intel'e-t-. Ill selcctillglWO f ihe railroad eoiniin-sioiiers whose uties are to guard the interests of the eople he eli ne ii iileiitilied with rail way corporations, lie appointed in oin- i.uier ot ramie works who is run ning the r.ric canal hi i lie inicicsi oi ailroaiN, lclling it get -o out of n-pair llial if I in' present poiicy is continued il is only a oiic-lion of time when the ie canal mud ho abandoned. So far he could bv this appointment Grover Cleveland has neutralized tnc popular will Im-making and keeping the l.r mill as a free public highway, wlucu was shown al lac eicuoii ny a iiiucn larger majority for free canals than ruor 1 levelalnt llllnsell receiven. I'his is a nia'ler in vvhicn the fariuersof Wc-lern Males lire llltcresteil eipial ly wilh the farmers of New York. In making the Hoard of Stale Assessors nn.r Cleveland left the great agri cultural interests unrepresented, though this is a subject of especial importance lo farmers, who arc obliged lo bear an uueipial proportion ot Ihe burdens of lavaium. leivernor i icyeiami uni uns in disregard of liie rcpiest for the ap point ment of a farmer, wlio.bv thoiiglit Hint sillily on ecnunlllic iuesllons, was especially tuieii ior mis position ami who was reeniiiiiiciiiieii ny an uie lar nici's' organizalions in this Male. Governor Cleveland has ideidilied himself and his candidacy with corpor ate monopolies. In his veto of the l'ive Cent Tare b'll for the New York eleva ted raili'iiad'.. in deliancc of Ihe decis ions nf mir highest courts, he avowed the evli'aoi'iliaarydoclrinethat the Leg islature, in granting a franchise to rail road eiii'puraiioiis, exhausts its power: that il rclinipiislu's the sovereignly of Ihe people ami makes a contract which no future Legislature can change. If Governor Clc eland's veto of this bill is sound law. the people of this Slate ami of the railed MaN'S.havc lin rights w inch t he corporations thev have crea ted are bound to respect. J his vet marks Mr. Cleveland as prc-en idly Ihe candidate of the mnitupolUls of this oiinlry. Il h. from railroad corpora- lion, Standard Oil I ouipan;, and oincr monopiila-s that I he money is to come w Inch is lo conduct his canvass. It is important lhal Ihe mass of citizens who intend lo preserve lllell'lllierllcs 11 V- V honorable means to iiisiu'c Ins ue- feat. 'ibis is not a parly question, and we In iml appeal as parti-aiis for any ean lidaie. Two of the members of our committee arc Hi inocrals and none ol tin-in voted for Governor Cleveland's ading opp incut two years ago. None of Hum can or will vole formulas lent. and in ibis we fairlv repiv.-cnl Ihe feelings of the great majority of the farmers of the different pans of this Stale. Il is certain that this opposition lo .Mr. Cleveland for President will ex tend to the farmers of other -laics when the facts of his record are fairly present ed. The iinniinalioti of Mr. Cleveland makes an is-ue which, as a political uiicstinii . subordinates all olhers. It is whether the sovereignly of the pcopli shall be overshadowed by tnc corpora tions. If Governor Cleveland look his posi tion ignorantlv. the fact, will not and should not help his candidacy. The peo ple of Ibis country do not want a man as President who could, even through ignoranee make a mi -take of this char acter. Did any one who closely w atch ed I he Chicago Convention could not fail to see in iie- enmbiualion of Stand ard Oil ami otet' monopoly inllitenecs againsi cell r.-icil ibl Democrats as Judge Tii'.irinan l!i" signs that the rul ing forces in liie c invention worked vvilh d eiiuiic aim. Thun.ian, I'.avi.rd, Hendricks and other life-long Deinoei-ilsiiiid rcprc talivcs of popular rights were set aside to make way lor this new man. of whom nothing was known outside of the State except licit he cirried Xcw York, with Li-publican help, by nearly '.'Oii.tlliO ma iority, and of whom in Ibis State we know nothing politically except- thai his course as Governor has falsified all the pledges by which his lietilious majority of I wo years ago was secured. We have no recommendation to make with regard lo candidate other than that every honorable means be used to make iMr.Clcvcland'sdcfcat certain and overwhelming. This, we do not doubt will be done. This will be a result which will have tl most wholesome ef fect upon the political future of our country. Hi:iivuN Glass, President. Lyman 1'. Ci.-owm.i., See'y. W'ii.uam J. 1'ovvT.Kii, Trcas J AMI'S G. Sll Kl-Altli. W'ii.uam G. Waynk. Executive Committee IN Bllllllf I ARE J fo EVER. rMm and Clocks. . Wo have now in stock and are daily receiving the ' Iluiulsomcst Lino or Swinging Library Lamps Will ami w ithout prisms; also, urn T, ill Spectacles, Remember the BCS Repairing fine watches a ppecialty place, Xovth Side Square, SIGN OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE. lino l.fll'li Ml Kinfls Lai Fixtures. Wo have bow tlic largtst nnl bcsl sclccte'l line of FRENCH CHINA, Plain anil Decorated, ever 1 .rcujgli t to tliis market IN Glasswar b We have cvei'viliiiij' that is rew aini nice. SLACK STREET GROCERY STORE. (M'AK II. & ST. JOK DKPOT.) GROC simply say we carry everytloing usually kept in a first-class Grocery store, and will give you as much goods for your money as you can get anywhere west of New York. Thanking you for past favors, I hope to merit a continuatico of tlic Same lry giving ynu tlic MOST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MOHEY. REMEMBER-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOOUS. p.,., i.,-.m.B...i.-i-i. -ty p nLunJini N bun v wmam L.Arii ... hiirr'w -fir North-eao Corner Public Square Wm, Summerville is too busy to make out a list of the extra bargains in Groceries he is now offering, but the public should know that the amount of goods that he will give for A CASH DOLLAR, OR "Will astonish all in a way to please. It is hardly necessary fonts to say tied not one' of the candidates nomina ted Iiy Messrs. l'.eaeh and Jeffrey in their 'siraitrht-out Kopulilienu Conven tion'' at Macon. Mo on the 7th will aeeei. There were just two delegates in the Conventiiin, and their conduct would lie treated as a very poor joke if the Democratic papers had not attempt ed Ineivc it importance. The fad that Deiiineratie nr-'atis are trviie? lo tnalie capital mil of such a tr'il'.inir eireiini stanee shinys an und'-rlviu fear lhal Mariuadnlie's eli-eiion is Iiy no menu, certain. The Republicans of Missouri will vote as a unil for Nicholas Ford ami the Fusion tickc '''; ! inarm'. GO TO . T:r"u.og;9s -WEST SIDE- GROCERY AND BAKERY ! Tor Slnplo and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Dread, Cakoa ant) Fancy I'an- try, all kinds of Confectionary, ic. Highest, Market frico paid for Conns try I'lodiico. ti" Wedding Cukes buked to order. Went Sido l'ublio Square. in SHE For iii-arly a year past trade has been unsatisfactory, the manuiactiirinj? cen tres arc rrliillcd with unsalable (roods; prices have fallen bclovv cost ill most cases; iron mills are eloslnir up or run niniron half time. Wnre arc cut down nndstrikes and discontent prevnil In the niannfai'turiiis: and ininiu? districts lmnkriiitcies. failures, assijrnuients and other nioneiary dUoi'tlcrs, lire the rule of the dnv, and nlreadv 1,(HH),0iii) men are forced to idleness, and are prepar ing to enter Niviock s great trump selionl, whose (jraditatcs enter stale (prt9oti)suh(iols or end a wretched ca reer bv suicide or the irallovvs. Great Is Diana Orold) tho goddess of tlio usurers. lovia Tribune. llTONIC psl P4 FACTS BCCARDriiC 1( will prrtfv and enrlrli Ihe BLOOntrrmirn'o U- LlVfeRuii-l K1DMEVS, atut UK.vroiic titj 71P.ALTH anrt VIQOIl of YOUTH liii.ll hw s ri-'iitiriiiM :ii crlRlii ami I'llick-n T'iNH', t'-pociallv Hi 'n'lit.l;'.Vimol AHiL'Ute,!i)illi'. tltm, l,;..'k i-l Htrciii'tli, fir.. IIn usu U Rmifictl vith litiiiic'lliitv am) vonlt'tl ill ri fttiHs. lini , iiaf-cli s tiutl iutvi's ri-i't'lvi- rew inn'.'. Enlivens thu n.hul a snpplii H Kritln I'ttKtr. D A FDBT'C t.H'iTiiiK iioiii nil C(tmn?iiliitfl Euf M" fc. p. . 1tl:ir t'lt'ltlTHt X Mil! f.litl tu IiH. HAUTr.RQ IKwI TOMJC u tnfv ami fjn t-Oy turn. Il I'lvut; a vv,,r nlnl liciillhy utnnpltxii n. 'Mil) Hli-ontcHt Ir' .itiitmy d llif Viiliit; f lilt, IUiitCu'h IidiN I onic In lltitl t'-L".iiifiil Nlli-nipl nl coiitilcrfcltiiiL' i.iw f culy uililcti to tin- ii"i l:tr Ity oi tlio orlt'li,:il. II yon cm nf.ily dcnliv lunitH mi cxpet im. ni inn i iiiuiiNL and ii;.sp t. Uhiie, Sid., !,w t.ur "jjKEAM BOCK." ft nil of Btrtii;1 null lisnfiil liif.Jiinatlun.tini ff Dr. Hartlr's IrcoN Tono is rot? Sale r.y am UHUOGISTU AND UEALCni CVEIY'.VHtHE. Do youKnow THAT LORILLARD'S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO Willi Iti-il Till Tic: ItOHK I.H.M-' Kine (an rlt.-vv ilil!; NAVY Cl.ll'I'IMlS. unil llluck. Ilr.iw n ami Y.'lliiv. SMTl-'S are llle last anil rbiniKnl, iiiillty L'linslili'reil? vsnl ly FOR 11. X. PKICK. E. Y. rmcE GOOD, GOOD, GOOD! Price Bro I WILL SKLL YOU Wo oontinno to tctflscolicitorflfor Jrado-nir.rl.9, ooiiyripliU. etr.,for Uie UnlUxl Statcfl, mid to ootnin pat ents In Canada. England, Franco, Germany, ond ail other conntriw. 'l'lilrf vl WANpflt vuiuv iur oxnraiiiaiion QinoaC'lilO' inga.. Advice bv lmiil fro. draw- UiaUrxnt ciroulaUon, HidisthotnoBtinHn 2S """P'lJOf nfita kind publlohodin Iho world. Tho aavtitsSeiiof Buchauotico ovorv .1,-Iwg?,f1.a "tfjIIIIaatntoq iioirn papor is niibliflhod weeKh at w.ao a voar, aadis admitted to be th boat pupcr doiotoil tOBelnien n1oobanioa,inontioii8,iiii(tiieoring vorSs, and other departments of iaduatrial progrosB, pnblUhed fn any onuntnr. Biiiete oop ob by mall, ID coata. Bold by all newa. aoalorB. AddreBB, Mmm ft Co., pabUBho of Bcica Ullo Amarican, 2r,l Uroaitvrav, Noit York. Handbook aboutuatonU liialleil froa. 6a Crosse y7 a La Croste. JT. r P AGENTS WANTED FOR ThT ICTORIAL HlSTORYoFTuWORLD Glas Notions, Druists' Sundries, Lamps, &c., don't fail to go to N. J. HI I'S Store, Chilli- West Side cothe, lo. Kcw invoices of goods bought at lower prices than ever before and sold at smaller profits. Acme Nurseries, UTICA, MO. GEO. V. WEATHEKBY, -Trop'r. Has all liliuls ot Apple Trers, best ado teil to tills section aatl tkuk to niiiiie. 'Will rejilace oil trees Hint die the llrst season, nt butt price," at Nursery, (or (all or Bering netting. Aiily at once to GEO. P. PEPPEE, Agent. Chillicothe, Mo. Olttcc over Bottle & Urant'a Store. 62-1 in .wf -;'a D Itbtl RELIABLE SELF-CUBE. A fnrnrltn nrpflftrlntlnn nf nn i .. Iiiosl nototi And niircrxsrul Hprclnllnlii In I lie II a. i now retired) fur tlii'iin nf Nrrvoun ItabiHtu, J,ont Jtntihood, llaJfiivnniiil itevitu. BpuI lu lil nl ii twilled enf!nii. rr. DruRKlHUcitnfllllU nnareit vn, wflHU ft CU,, Leuiiimt, Mo, Final Settlement Notice- Notion t heri'liy jxlvnit to crnlliors ami nil JionmiiH liitoi-tleil fn tluM'Mtlllc of Niiiicy All Itrttiiiu, ilcroiiHeO, tliut 1 hiteinl to m;ikc tliml HOttli'iuenl tliiTi'of at tin' next tei in of Hip l'n imtcCoiirl.wlililii mid for tint I'nimty nf 1.1 v- vomlier it), A. 1. itw musum ttiio nitiM- m m ihsiiiii i, 10 lie tvain mill Mil In th.M'liv of riitiikotho, on Monday, Ni- bTKljlKN J. IWMPintKY. Afliuintritrutor. GOOD GHOCEllIES, GOOD PRODUCE, -AND- OF ALL KINDS, AND WILL (ilVE YOU GOOD TREATMENT IN EVERY RESPECT, -INCLUDING- GOOD PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Come to the Store "Where You GET NOTHING BUT WHAT IS GOOD I Price Brothers have an ample new stock, and are determined not to be Undersold by any body. Remember th place, SELBY'S OLD STAND, South Side Public Square, Chilli cothe, Mo. NEW LUMBER YARD. D. G. SAUNDERS & CO., Fl Lliltl. IIKALEIM IX D LATH, SHINGLES, PICKETS, MOULDINGS. &c. Arkansas Yellow Pine AND TENNESSEE POPLAR ALWAYS ON HAND. Our stock is new anil In (tooil condi tion, and wo jruaraliUio our grades to bo fully up to tho standard. t3T An inspection of our Stock and Prices is Earnestly solicited. Yard Opposite City Hall, d.g. saunders 4 co. Cliillicotho, Mo., April 10, IWi. 36-ly A Prized Hl'llll Mix L't'lltH for llOHlllirtv mill r... I'clvc free, a costlv tit.v nt iri,n.i whlrh will lidii all, of Wtliwr mi.t inuru minify riniii away man uiiyiiitUK eltw in tills world. KortmiPH await tlio workers almo hit Hy mi r AtoiiuuaUilrt'UHTHUK ft (In,, Au Busta, Maine. vTnX! ly MARRIAGE GUIDE ..IJ...It,h. .,rU,. J.,t,r.l l.,.l,UiTl . B.MMrj BriuBht fcam to fiO wi,4irf.i i LZZl Native Lumber AT $1.00 PER 1 00 FEET. I will furnluli mift Iimilicr nt my mill, . milo aoutli of Ulnmr's mill, nt 1.(X)' per hundred fuel, nnd 0n tho east Imnk of tho rivor at 81.10 per hundred feet. Hard lumber, $l.f.O at either place Native timber manufactured to or--der in any quantity. LUMBER ON I HAND. ah biuj rnoMm-r killed. J. M, FRAZEE. 43-0m c T i ra.