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City, a memoranda show Inj; how they stand on our luxiks, nnd lmvu iiuthori.od t lie editors of tin! Vinos to receive and receipt fur i:iy nifiit - on mibseripiiotis. tf. S' LOCAL BUS. TIhi olil Wabash pussen;ror depot has been torn down. Tlio Firo Comiany will drill this afternoon at J o'clock. Tho lire company will ,'ivo a bull tu-ni;lit nt the City Hall. Mr. I.i'd. Stewart is at homo after an absence of about seven months. Mr. lien Crayorott went to K:in.sj-;ls C'ty, yesterday nioi'iiinj.', on busiu'.ss. Tlio Wheeling (i. A. U. Catu'i-lire will como oil' Saturday evt'iiiuy, May 23rd. Horn, to tiiu wife of JIv. John Couch, on Weilncsdt'.v, Mav 0, ISSj, a girl. Dr.Orcfnn, sliot wmic, English spar rows in tiie public square. Tuesday ev ening. Mr. Nichols, father of Henry Nich ols, left for a visit to England, last Sat urday. The Henry House which was some what singed in the late lire has, been re painted. Dr. Creene spend:! the last ten days of every month at his Chillicothe den tal ollico. Htf Prof. Al. Sliouv, of Jamesport, was hero, yesterday, visiting his mother and brother. Kuv. McNooly.pnstur of Chillicothe Circuit, M. 1C. Church, died at I.inncus, last week. Charlie West, Ksq., of Quince, was lieru .Monday nml Tuesday circulating aiiini;: liis old friends. Mr. II. DcWolfo is now assisting al Miller's (!reenhoii-;e. Mr. 1). is exper ienced in tin-' business. K. (1. Williams. I.sn., of the Dallas (Texas) Ihruhl is in the city, vUiting l'rosceuling Att'y Wynne. Thcophilus Anderson, of Jackson township, was taken to the insane asyl um at St. Joseph, Monday. M. P. Unci win here over Saturday night on a visit to his wife nndchild rcn, w ho are here on u visit. Mrs. C. A. liarnaby, of I.ako City, Colorado, who has been visiting friends here, returned home, Tuesday. The ladies of tho Paptist Church will rlvi a sociable nt the residence ol lr. J. W. liotts, this evening. All are Invited. The Democrats had two of their in fluential men in from tho cuuntr to help them out last Jlonday, but all to no avail. Mr. H. Onderdouk, of Wheeling, arrived here last night on bis way home from Council lllull's, whc.ro ho had been on a visit. Rev. W. F. Clayton, presiding el der of Chillicothe district, will occupy the pulpit of the lirsl Methodist Church next Sunday evening. Wc learn that Frank Record, head sawyer on tho Doty mill, on Grand Riv er, northwest of this city, was severely hurt there, last week. ' There is some talk of tho Wabash and II. & St. J. roads building a bridge over their tracks on tho street lo-adiug to the Jimtown road. Fred llearcc, second assistant post master under Judgo Marsh, has gone to Richmond tu learn the tinner's trade with his uncle, Jack Holts, Esip Tho second ward is strongly denio cra'ic. Considering tho political com plexion of the ward.and tho Mugwump element, Judge Single made a .splendid fight. Tho Farmer's Hotel, on South Lo cust Street, Is undergoing a coinplelo overhiiuling.nnd when tho work, is fin ished it will present a very tasty up-nearaiico. .1, fOa Monday nftornoon tho Sisters ! nml inmates or at. Josepn s Acauciuy plca3.iutly entertained themselves iu a drivo over tho city.wbich was a recrea tion to them. Chris Boehncr will conduct tho business of tho linn of Haddock. & f Spnuldlng.on North Locust Streot.lato- ly dissolvod, ho becoming tho purehas- j or of tho same. i Mrs. Miehaol Ruddy returned from ' Home, New York, Tuesday. Sho had been thcro for two months, vocoivlug i treatment for cancor. Wo loarn she 1 rocclved a complctp ouro, 1 1 havt small lot of well selected niece eooda, I still keep samples rcpro A icntlng $10,000 to select from, I wll f give aatlifactlon. Call on me. I I T. C. HOQAN. -W.- T. llniwning, Ksip, h fl for Louisville, Ky., Mnuday night, on bus iness. A number of citizens, attended by the drum corps, called on the Mieeess full candidates, Jlonday night and congratulated them on their election. Judge T. I'. Sooll, who was here attending the se-duii of c.itiuty court, was cill'. d liiiinc Tut Mi.ty by lite Mok ii". s of Ids father, who was not c-pci-o'd to live. Keeping a d.ti.-y w not what it is cracked up lo be. Thirty d.tys of re ciiraey is all. nil the liinii of the endur ance ; but Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup ha uever el di-appointeil any one who has used i ; secure a botllo for licit awful cold. '.'Uti!y cocn ordcr-'d liv.iishlo l..vie i tetideil. The rate levied l. the lov:; liip boards was -'o cents on Il'O a'ioi! i oi except, in Cliil'ieothe atxl Ja-kon lo'vnshios. Clii!!'....ith I. ingo cents and Ja'-kson lo eeii-.j. -Dr. Frank li. Dor,eV. of Cof-s. o'g, Da' i. - coitti'y. son of Dr. D. It. Hoisev. of this citv. will he m irried t day to M;-s Maggie Thomiwin. duugh- ter of Jo. ).o. T'l il!!;.;!)!!. of Satiipsel townsliip, t!ii coi'.tity. The tir-t ipiartcrly meeting of the conference year for Chillicothe cir"iiil, M. F.. Church, will be held nl Hot' , Church, four and one half miles ( (l Chillicothe, on Saturday ami May Uih and loth. - 1!.!!. Smith has receive ,1 l,!cr.mmis. ni;i as po.:inii..:, r ami ',, K,,,,.t.,v Jfldge Mardi gave h';ln pK.es.d,,,, J the post olliec. No' , piv,,i wi . tinue as asNtap't juwl master. Mi-s F.lcauor Ilroa.lJ ,,,, .laiihl.-r of Judge Iliuad.lus, is-,voiid!isi,:;uit. Wu cal', attention this week to the ""I'eu o Joluisoii's New Cniversal t'.Velop' AllnoUgll Messrs. Jones and I rai'toii have been wil'i us but a s'"'r t lime Ihey have procured more h an twenty orders from among promi nent citizens. The weather for a number of days past has shown 18 to 50 degrees above zero, with frost. This morning the thermometer was down to iil- at 0 o'clock, with a M.im of ice on standing water. The wind duo inu'tli. Toni Conlan. who is now svrving out his term of live years in the pen for stealing 'a horse in this county, has lately fallen heir to u fortune of S'J.Ouil, bequeathed by his mother, o wc un derstand. Trillion Jt )uf'!inui. The H ml'l, published at New Kio-1 wa, Kansas, slates that Dr. A. S. Cloud has formed a co-partnership with Dr. C. F. MoF.lwralh, of Kalamazoo, Michi gan, for the practice uf medicine al New Kiowa. The insurance company is repair ing the Montgomery building, which was badly damaged by the late lire, choosing to put il in as good condition us helore. rather than par amount of damages claimed. Swilzcr & Richards have the contraet. Yesterday, Hi. MeDaniel, by bis allorncys liroaddus iV Wail, began n suit in the circuit court again-l Peter Condp.t: for slander, alleging live dif feient slanders and claiming i?'i,0'M damages for eaeli slanil..'i', licking the total illinium sued for if J.'i.uuil.iW. lloth parlies live in l'airview township. l'iutics wishing Heeds, Mortgages, Leases or Colli racls executed, will do well to call on me. My knowledge from twelve years experience in conveyanc ing in this coiiniy as X'nui l'ulili: uud Aiittnti h i- enables me to do business promptly and correctly. Money to loan on improved farms, a'. 7 per cent. I can always bo found at my olliec. ;i.')-H C. W. ASPER. lie court yesterday grained license to n Cooper to run a ferry across .rand river on Utiea road, for a term of one mouth. State license, J.'. nil; county, nothing. Tho following rates were lixed : Two or four horses and wagon ono way, lo ets.: round trip, "Jo cts. tine or two horses and carriage, one way, 10 cts.; round trip, l.i els. Mall and horse, 5 els.; foulmnn, o cts.; cattle and horses, each, 2 els.; hogs and sheep, each, 1 cent. The properties of Mishlor's Herb Hitlers n ru wholly medicinal. It is compounded on scientific principles upon a (Icrnian formula, L'ljt) years old. Clergymen, temperance people, and all other classes who oppose strong drink on principle, end ise and recom mend our great household remedy. It is a surco euro for kidney nnd liver complaints. It County court ordered levy of 30 els. for county purposes, 15 cts. for county Indebtedness to school fund, 20 ets. for state revenue and 20 cts. for stale in terest. Total, 83 cts., which added to the townsliip levy makes a total tax of 00 cts. on the $100 valuation in Chilli cothe township, $100 in Jackson and 10.) iu the other townships. The rail road bonds have bceu all paid oil', so, thank goodness, there Is no railroad bond tax. J. THE CITY ELECTION, CRLLLIN rULLS THROUGH 'WITH MAJORITY 01' 120. The Hot Contest in tho Fint Veril Ilcsults iu a Triumph forVTo iil K'.'i'.ry Clci-.i and Jack Sailor Elect ed by Handsome Majorities. Demo crats Oct Two Couucilnieu- IIuj wump3 Kcwlicre.-A VTara, tut Peaceful Ele;lio:i- The ciiy cam; "ti.-i close. 1 s.itr rday with a rousing Kieeting in 'ocl alf ' f the. Cilieils' TicVolat the'citj Il.l!':. and a -litnly all 'iided in 'cling in be half of tin Mugwumps iu tho court root i, TI;.' Democrats mail,: m . cam paign in pariie'i!' :, as imorgaai alioii, but em 'I. of t li'-if cauil',. laics, v- ade tho race apparently. fo b.tisii'if .only -every f-l!.v f..r ,,t,.,self aii-l the devil 'al :' I): ' I, III.' Monday .,,; t,.,,.,itly and nil ,l;,.y '""gibe wealherwas ob:.-:''" sn.l l"Vl;l'.,. Candidates ami workers l".i-t..,l i i, I I ,,,,, ., ad main- taiued llu ir e iiililiriii'u al! da V The contest was hot, the worki rs were very active and candidates consta 1.'l'.v on the alert; even the mugwnm c showed Ihcir brist'es in th" foreiiart ot' the day, though afternoon they seemed lo have gone into their hub s and pull ed their holes iu after them. The follow iug are the otlicial tvturus: unsr I'liDciNcr. Tile Manufacturing, From the Duily Trlliune. Soiuo liiouths ago, A. J. Roof, of this city, was the recipient of a Idler of impiiry from parties iu Illinois, who wero seeking a location to establish a tile manufactory. Seeking informa tion from those who were familiar with tlie character of the clny nbout Chilli- eotho and learning that large deposits well adapted to tho manufacture of tile was available, ho at once took tho proper slops to encourage the gentle man to come to this city and look the ground over. E, II. lloswortli, nolico of whoso arrival wn9 inado in this city somo weeks ago, is now making the necessary preparations for the manu facture of the article named and the erection of tho buildings, in which tho machinery will be placed and tho work done, will bo begun next week. As rapidly ns possible the work, will bo puslieit iq completion ami mo nuinu faetured arliclo placed upon tho mar kot. In addition to tho manufacture of tilo, Mr. llosworlh will produce from his establishment pressed brick. Hav ing brick, etc. Tho many purposes to which tiling can be used, are Humor ous, and we hope the citizens of Liv ingston county will extend the encour agement to such au enterprise which It UCIUTVCS. For Mavor rellin '. Tallinn Wilcox Crellin's inaj. over (Irahain. For Counciiuian-at-large I'.ufi.rd Cordon Hill liuford's maj. over Gordon.. . For Councilman, 1st ward Wood Heaslcv -MelutiirlV Wood's maj. over Reaslev..., For Councilman, lid ward I.CL''ilt Single Missinan. . l.cggitl's maj. over Single... SIX'oNU ruTl'ISCT. Fur mayor Cndliii Civihnm Wilcox Crellin's maj. over Craham . . For Couiicilinau-iu-large llufnrd lonbui tiiil 177 MM J I :"J lsT l:i 1 jo .. in . 170 . IJ liuford's maj. over Cordon. For Councilman, ;lrd ward Clem Ryan Nason Clem's maj. over Ryan For Councilman, lih ward dlor Km Dral.e Suilor's maj. over K.iso Crellin's inaioritv Hitl'ord's majorily Total vole for Wilcox dill .. .1:'.'.' its Hi . .. 41 ...HI-' l-'ii . il.'i . II Adjustments. 'J'lic following ailjust mcnls of lo.v,es by the recent lire have been made . Mrs. Mills, two brick dweliin:'-, (Trent's Arer.ev) ifl.loo; Mrs. Mills, two brick dwellings, (ICdgcrton's Agen- y) l?7 O. II. Calc, frame sla- bh'. (Trcui's A.'encv) .ii00; t). 11. I laic, on feed, (Trent's Airencvl 1'; O. II. dale, on warehouse, (Trent's Agency) ifsfl: (). II. dale. damage to brick stable repaired by the inipaiiv; Henry House, (J. hvaii s sVgeucyi ssl'1: 11. C. Manning, saloon slock and fixtures, (Edgerton's Agency) t?ooii; A. i. iowler, saloon slock ami fixtures, (Edgerton's Agency) ifiiju. Meeting of Cattle Ken of Livingston County. In pursuance to published call a meeting of farmers and others interest ed in tho stock business in Livingston county met at Chillicolhe, Monday af ternoon, May I, l.SHo, to consider what nction to take in regard to tho disease of plciiro-pnciimoiiia which exists iu Cnliaway county in this state. After full discussion, a committee on resolutions was appointed, which made the following report, and it was adopt tcd by the meeting. WniiiinAS, The entire cattle interests in this slate have been damaged by the existence of plciiro-pneiinioiiiii in" Mis souri; and WiimiKAS, Wc realize the importance of prompt and vigorous measures to ar rest the progress of this alarming mal ady and to slump it out entirely in our state; and Wiikiik.as, While wo are willing nnd ready to do nil we can to aid tho Exec utive of the state in this matter, we are of the opinion that the plan of individ ual aid is inadequate, lo tho purpose, ami would not bring the desired relief as promptly and effectively ns the pros, cuv great emergency requires on r.c eouiit of a lack of statutory laws bear ing upon the matter; therefore llcnolml. That it is our earnest de sire and request that tho Governor of the state convene the Legislature nt the earliest practicable date, to puss such laws as may be required to slump out the dreaded disease of plcnro-puoitmo-. nia. JAS. CltAHAM. II. C. IllKI.AND, (Secretary. Chairman. Notice to District Clerks Wliilo the annual meeting is still held on the first Tuesday in April, tho school year begins on tho first day of July. This change was made in ordor that the winter and summer schools should como within one school year.boglnnlug on tho first day of July, and ending ou tho thirtieth day of Juno, Tho district olerks' reports will not bo reeoivodi bv mo, until tho full term of school for this year has boon completed, until af ter tho enumeration hast keen taken and until all funds for this year havo been crodlled to the, district. R, U. Dixon, School Com. ("HKoo over Gunuy'a Bout and Shoe an. no 21. 00 70.00 lot'i.50 :'.'.yti 2..M) lO.g.i I'i.2o ,..M 7.1. oo I'M .1.1)11 pi. fn) 11.1 H.H utoro, West SUla thruaro,. Warrants Issued. ComiiV court, which convened Mon day, issued warrants as follows: W A. Jacob.-, coal for ja'l. . . .$ 2.80 Young v Irwin, cultivator ami plow It. ,M. Mcgar, lour hogs for poor farm Win. l.inville, hogs for poor farm 11. Lauderdale, four cows for poor farm D. F. Ciiapiu A: Sou, coilius '-! c - : ('.II. tlal'. carrying paupers to poor farm i. Swihart S. F. .Mitchell, care of ab.iud- ,m, .l el:i! .! l'eleer'oii & s-ru'e.. piitipcr snrodies Tl.os. jMeNallv. inoney icl- vanccil to pa cxpe I tak- iiigTlu ophilus Anderson to in-ane a-vhtni I'.. II Peck, copying real estate ::ss,.s-ueoil ' ' " :i.'j:t .1. II. 11. Mats-.n. " " :l.oo ,b.s,..,i, I'.aioui " -l oo 1. M. Wil-.j " " l-.V! .1. T. Cobb " " 1 l-'-.l V. A. Aiittiu - " '--'- d. W. S. iiiert, " " -'.:!! V. '. I'ati iek " " 2. II Wiley .Mdier " ' 2-1 d ii.nu " -'-' AI.A K-M1..-11 " " (bo. C. Rohrer " " ' !" I James ,v ll imsec " " ! jl I John VY. Craves,' hull for poor I farm M.1-'"' I ii V. Hevnolils, prinling 0.0.1 I Win. Vorlieek. salva-e 2.0" I d. D. 11. r'l'ird : Co., blank i 1 i.s Is. 'J'. ' 'arr, sen ices as sp-c. a;;t ' ',, ' ,. hiiovel plow e- y , "s, !-ei uriiig and io:;;',,:" i; "fiiiea i.ridgc... i,".;.;;.; C. P. Pepper, ioo fn,. 1 " "' for poor farm W. A. Jacolis, coal forooun. Sherman Mercantile Co., sup plies ior paupers ,t- S. I.. Harris, services. ;,(,. ('has. Lamp. work on poor farm -l.p.' M. Uroyl, s.ipi. p., farm. . S2.:lo S. England, spring wagon for pom-farm ' 1111.00 . Ellglatld. double Iree, single ti'.v and i ir-o-.vs .' . . 10.71 .1. V. Powell, acting road and briipot coiiiinissiuner IVi.oo P. F. Koinei-er iiO-'JO Dr. W. K. Crellin, count;; phy sician. ;1 months .'. . . .'. ,V,.71 .1. I.. Johiwm. rent of dweliin" ll.oo W. A. Jacobs, coal 7 .1. II U. II. Williams, coiiiu y judge. lo.oo II. II. Williams, eoin'r of poor. 20.0 1 Joseph Poltoii. county judge. l-l.l'O T. H. Ilrooksliiiv. coiiniy clerk (two warrants) " 21". si! J. A.Markey. eavc trough. e.-c, for poor farm 1.1. 00 Tlios. MoXally. Co. Collector. diM.i'o Ciiy of Chillicothe, nml of court room 121. 111' . 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Its cost, is loss than ball Ihal of any other standard Cyclopedia. .'!, It is more compact. and therefore less cumbersome than any oilier work of (he kind, and yet covers a wider range of subjects. bit is Die only nri-j'uml Anirrh'un Ctj fmi. 'Ut-tie! only one in which the im portaut articles are writt it tiiul siytud I'! ."iici:in!i.i!sffr the ('i'-lnintlia. Those wishing to purchase a good Cyclopedia will find il to (heir interest to call on or address the undersigned. They are prepared to furnish Ajpli tuii'n Hcvixol, and the Johnson for the subscription price of (he Ajqihlon. A. H. Jones, T. 11. Ckafthx. (lenT Mau'gr. Local Agl. Chillicothe, Mo. Er. and Mrs. Alfred H- Hanuinjj'i', Tenth Wedding Anniversary. Munii'iNK, Mo., April 2), 1S!.. Alarge number of the friends o Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Manning, by invitation of Mr. an .1 Mrs. Hollo, assembled at their house a large and commodious farm mansion lately built by Mr1. Man ning on his beautiful farm, to com memorate the tenth anniversary of their marriage, mid we do not know of a more worthy and enterprising couple in llie neighborhood. They are tho best of neighbors iu sickness, and the many presents they received spoke louder than words that their neighbors appreciated them. As tho occasion was intended for a surprise, tho good ladies hail made ample provisions for tho table. Ou tho twciily-sooond day of April, A. D., 1835, at 10 o'clock, a. m ac cording to tho pr'i-arrangod plan, tho guests began to arrive. Tho morning being gloomy miuo hosts was some what surprised to sco their neighbors coming in, but, an their number In creased and tho bsiskets wero carried iu with p'.usonts and eatables Alfred began to (eel boyish, and his good wifo aaid that sho kraew why mother put down that carpet. Yes, it was a genu ine surpriso, nnd Miss Snllio Stono per formed her part well : got tho children and started for school but came back bueauso it looked so stormy. Uncle Jim Tumor and Judge Donovan had an argument about their agss. Jim insisted tbat he was only 25 years old, but the Judge called his attention to Uio fact til at ho had voted last full. So they compromised and agreed that on such oocosions Jim should pass ot 35 and tha Judgo at 40. Tnoro was a very nlco company of friends from Grundy county : Mrs. Henry Andorsou and daughter, Miss ix'ellle, Mrs. J. Woods and daughter, Miss Maggie, and Mrs. Watters. At 1 o'clock Judge Donovan, In a Irlef little speech on behalf of tha friends, congratulated Mr. and Mrs. j Mnflnuig on thalr tenth wadding innl. versary. extending to them their kind regards ami also, presenting with the pl"Selis iheir best wi-hc.s for their fu ture prosperity. At the conclusion of tlie remarks a splendid dinner was served. After dinner tha company repaired to the parlor where Mrs. Crouch enter tained the guests with splendid tnii-ic. y.o, M's.- Gallic Slotic played and sang the following sol'.rs; "Sweet, l.'lig Ago." :.!! V.m':. T.vinUlc. Little Star." Mi-es Maggie Woods at"! Mary And rs.a j.l i-d a ire" iLi-l. Aft- r passim; the day ill a very enjoy, able manner al an early hour the com p my . f : .! i-'.r horn The f .11 iwing is a partial li. t of prv-cn.s : We:. I.. M-i!ti-r-i !- t'M c!,:'ml-.r set ; A. d. CroH'-h and w if', ha- .1 oi-:e lain.'-. Win. J- Roll and wi'e. .V-.-. Iva R-.Mo, Allie F.nau. II. Willi! nt-!.. Pe i M .. ii si'. .1 Tur ner. II ;.! v Iboio.eu. s ;;d .silver dinin i-ca-l t: Mrs. ,'f. V. Woo.h. Mrs. Nellie Anderson. Miss Mag'.'ie Woods, Mi" i-'oo.. .seine, i.'ingii. g lamp: Mrs. .1. d. I I'oiicil. handsome lid; J. II- M ilie-'.s and wife. gl..-s ,:ao r s.'i; .bio. W. Iionovan and wife. W. V. Don. nan and w'fe. Marion ( 'o'lboriy an 1 if. clce'a'ii ciiimi l-'a s-'', c ni si..! in," of liiy-si pieei 0 Ea WJis LOW PRICES, GOOD GOODS AND HONEST MEASURE, ryiiliii I w vs Tnr.i: :. Notice Notice i hereby given Unit all counts due Dr. A. S. Cloud Wc call attention of tho public to ihv fact that, tlio style and name of our firm is Vv albrunn, Alexander & Co., located about center of the block east side of tlio public square, Chillicothe, Mo., that wc are llellliai'tdmtdca.i a ami ; not connected directly or indirectly with any other 'i;! u j M iMiSKi. ifirin of similar name, and all such claims are used w, .have f,,r !Xs?'he:..i oi Jto mislead aclass of customers who do not visit Ai:p- u , , .Ml,M.K Chillicothe often. The best way to be positive of j.-it UIIAKLU tv .M IS M K. 1. . .ampsei,Mo om. s(()ro js (0 i0llow the crowd and you cant fli.-lva V. K. :il..r, IMIlerel fl. W.cae, lie!., miss it. The distinctive features of our house are :;'! 'r:.;';' 5i-: , 6fc Ca s 1 1 sales only, largest stock, lowest prices, best ;;,.,;:;J,;;''-'2:,o()(ls and polite treatment, lor cash we have been able to place before the public the following' Uar'uns : I II it: l-rt,, : in I II ill s;l!,,e li It.on.i: .11 l aie-l " ' c". iLeif-H-lio-jeai-s. I,-';i.lerill!, -lii-l sills- ini-e (er ( "lull N. .1. Sw.-all.oi.l c's I'.'u.; sie free Trial 11.111... I.arr- si.'e. S. ".:;'i I I:., sil !' li.a e." Call al ami , KsTHIED- PAIIKIXXlN V ILLS.-At. the n s iileiiee of the bride's parents, in lliis cilv, I iv Key.. I. It. Si-. ecu. on Wednes day. April tftil'i, lss. Mi:. II. Ci.isr Pakunsux ami Mi-s Aim Wit.i.s. DIED. ! Oai' ITIsTKIt-- Iu Jack-on tow n-hip. l.iv-J iugston coimlv. Missouri, on l'ridav. I May 1st. ins.-,.' Ml-.s Ansa Pn .iT.i:, of I eoiisiir,iition, age'l J:i years. . Very Eomnvkablc Kocovivy. Mr. ... V. Willin a ' M.i n li or, Mi. !i V,-:!,.. . M wit.' hit- I'.-. li aii i-' l !....t.-s l.-r lile y,. rs. .i li..y- -s He, I -!l tU.I una r'in i .late: , s.e '. 1 13. " li'e Hill an I ! ei.-li ll:;..i'-"-.' 1 III '. -'I-- i- ,-,l..' iif !...! 1 1 -i- i ' a v-e:1:.- I'leetr.! IM-.ao will lie s'l Ilia! 1 1 !: ' 00 f..r lll'-MI. Ill, IU llv Is el le-li Illals llll, s t!. - j ;av:,!e.ral .,.,.,s. t!it I'-'l' e' 1:1 , a 1 ,11 ,. al N..I.St f.ll M '-. Jfl: - i A full line of all wool two-ply Ingrain Carpets be-t ma ali new Ul!itterns' at G 12c Per Yar lO ro.ij1"- woo- two-ply Supers, 57 l"2c per yard. 7 mv's coton Ui.6tipcr's two-ply ,40c pr.ycT. Hep'ctaipets.Tu Td wide" 0 and 25c per yaxd" Brussells. full line o two grades, at 50 and 75o Tier rard. All c-rpets cat to fit rooms without ertra charge. Co When B?in ffii. ACIiiM, slie crictl fnr ( a -titrl.v, AVIipii fihr b.T t:rti Mis ', dim? t" I'n-t.irij, Wlicu u!io .Childi-ca, oLc avo tbciu CiWtorU, 3 -l '- THE KftAHKETS. loi'.u. .Ji::K'.is Ciii!.l.;.ajT; b, ,M,., M.'V 7. l'- (iii.'.ix -i;u;v uoi: vimi:!. Wheat, per biiohel Corn. ti.i'.s, " " live, " " Timoihy, ' " 1'l.ix ' 1'Uolil C. S I1L11NU. Puller, per H, Ier do...... Lard, per lb Apples, per bushel Potatoea per busl '.ei Fl.odi-1 JI.T.UI.. ciiiLLiaiiiiu : A.sui-'AcrLiiii. Bfst. tier 101 lib... Second j,'nide, per louib 2 HO Third " " " 2 io Salt, per barrel 1 10 nr. Letia till.l IN 31 a ukk r, A lot of 20 pieces, best Nottingham goods, white, and ecrue, 11-2 ;; wide, 15, 20, and 25c. Ali worth double the inoney. ""a ,1 nz: ci " Aiuil line of Sun3.iier Silks m stripes, checks and pLiicl5,:; "at;'o5c per'rard. i-. loc of ilaiu VC; gram Silks--Colors, Ijrown, drab, blue, wine, green and cardinal, 45c per yard. l? i ii.i 1 no, 1 10! Jnress ' ; 1 m i ; 10 (IU, " i r t' aw -(") A case, all wool buntings, all colors, 16 2-3c per yard. -(c) Cash.. Cash.. Sr. j.olh. May il, l inn IAT. Si.iri eou M m OAIlt r V Cash KANSAS CITV I.lVi; : !tt H'K MAKKKT. Kansas. Citv. Mo., ".Wa y C--Caltledle-eeipts L.'iOO hcad iiiarkct stroniriexporls Jo 'Jikn.-i a,',; ijo, i,l l,:',,iii t o l,uo (lis na tive shippers sji 'Jo,, ,5 H i; lnediuui to fair shippers . ! lio(,i t K; feeders in lie liiand at f-l I0( I HO; cow sijs' n l.nccoi'. diiijj lo oualily. llo.'s 1 '.ceeiuis S.iOtf. steady ut $ ijoiji, I U6; hull ; of sales nt ire. 'jtti. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK Jt AUKRT. CincAfio, May (.-Hog a lieceipts K.oiAii niark'et stcaily unit i iciiaii!;i il: liejlit jl I'.ifii t ,Vi; mixed l?i Mn I llo; heavy $-1 IhUji-l -li. Catllo -Ueccipts 4,7(10: niarlicl active mid Btron ','er; ship ping i?l 1KI(iio hi); bulciiers $2 7t'n.-t W); sloiilier.s ;t Ujofj. Sheeu i'teceipts L',0110; trading uetiye; 10ea,lju higher sales ill J'Ka . IMPOHTANX- ' When yon visit or leave New Vurk Clt,', mivn lla;ai;t., Kiirt.ssai;c nn.l C:u-iiai;i. llico innl slni at the- (iriuul I'nluil Hotel. ui. 'file .lr.ll.ii Central Jriot. Klenniitroiiinsflttrdtipata cost ot one mil lion ilollars, rtalHccil to si.wi nml ill .warils per ilay. Kurupeiui plan. Klcvater. Utrstuariuit stiiijiiletl Willi the IicaI. llurse cars. Ktuucs mttl ek'viiteil rtiilnmrl to till de-put!!. Ki ,nllies can live better tor lens money nt tlie. (,'runil Union lintel tliun at llliv ullier llrst-clasn itiuUll In tlie eity. Illy Bucklcn's Arnica B: live. Tho best 8nlve In the world fur cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SHlt Klioiun, Fovi t Hores, Telttr Chapped llamU, Chlllilnliis, Ceum, unit flit Skill Kl'uptlinu, nnd positively eureii lMles, w no pity roipdred. IL Is i;uaraiiteed to give perfect uut Isliictlou, or money refunded. Trice. m cents per box. For sale by N. J. Swethuid & Co. vTnae'-ly Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby Riven to nil creditors nnd others interested in the estnto of It. H. I lole. innl), deeenscil, Hint, Itelllien P. Colei. Oku, Ailiiilntslratur of snld estiile, Intend lo m uko nn.il settleniellt tiiereof nt (he next tenn of tlifl I'rolmte Court of LIvliiiiHtou eoiinty, Mlssi uri, to bo bemm aud held ou the second Mouday oj ilay, Una. BKUBKNJ'.COI.KMAN.i It slinuiiuirawr. Fx v'Te.'cases cah boots, calf front, calf back, sole leather coiners, 'sole leather inner sole, every pair warranted, t $2.50 per pair. GO pairs each of lace and button me's hn shoes, solid good stock, at $1.50 p2r pair. A full L..'10 of the celebrated Gieseike Manufacturing Co. 's boOb5 and shoes always, on hand. These goods for quality have no equal. -(o)- In addition to our large stock, we ofier further a lino of mens' and boys' all wool sack suits at the low price of $5.00 &r men's, and $4.00 for boys'. Sole agents for Sweet Orr, & Co.'s overalls, pants and jackets. -o)- A lot of 50 pieces 4-4 muslin seconds of Lons dale, at 6 l-4o per yard. A full line of everything that is kept in a ,'first-class dry goods, clothing, boot and shoe, hat and nap house at bottom prices. New goods arriving daily. The wants of the trade studied and supplied as far as money and experience can do it. Call and see us. No trouble to show goods. 9 THE CASH MERCHANTS.