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HAS OPENED AND Brown&Dawson ftre at the front with a fall line of School Supplies. Teachers, Parents and Pupils, phase remember that are the order of the day at BROWN & DAWSON'S. -TUEV HAVE AN Immense Stock OF Scbool Books ! Also a splendid line of Tablets, i (crayons, Book Straps, Satshels, School Registers, and District Resopvds, Which they will Exchange for a small portion of your surplus GASH ! New Goods To-Day l More Goming ! Wall Paper ! Styles! NEY Prices! For the fall trade. Call and ex twine our stock. PAINTS Iliat have been tested. Every gallon warranted. Cost less than any paint !a the ity of Memphis. Sever mis wpiesent to make a sale. Tliey al ways !ead and will be sure to please you both in quality and price. BroM & Dawson, West Side Square. Memphis. - Missouri. HEART fMCACE n fon9. PaJpttatlaa, LaOCAdC Pala la Mae. Shoulder u4 Arm, Mhort Breath, Oppression, AatBiaa, Mwallaa Aaklea. Weak aa4 KinataerlBa fmiln Drop, Wiaa la ftoamrh, etc.. in SKDR. Nlfl.ES' NEW HEART CURE, a aowdiacoTerT by I be eminent Indiana Spraa. lav A. P. JavriiL Silver Creek. Neb., after taking Itoar Mtlea cT HEART CT'KB felt Mm Ahaa a bad tor twelve wars. "For thirty ymn tnaMed wltb Heart ftlneiwet two bottles of DR. MILES' HEART CURE eared me.-Mrl lEia. Buchanan. Mich." E. a Siiitsnn. Wwi SSSoa.cSSba. taken OR. MILE3 HEAR? 1 far Heart trouble with freat result. Mis, ISBar. Fitcbbunr. Mich.. wsa ill for IS years wttt) Heart Disease, bad to hire boose help, lived w SmU food: used Dr. M'laa Haart Cure aai CUpalns left ber ; ooortaat use cored ber. I bar for fifteen years been suffering-with to. Mt.Uoa of tbe Heart, and never found a rem( that save me relief, until I tried Dr. Milrt' Una Jtrnri Cure: It "-'orlced wonrterrallyand gave Instant relief and help. 1 ran cheerfully recoa. mend this medietas to aU who suffer any kind si tJaart Dtsesje. HUSBAND, Greenville, Texmx Tbaeffect of yonr AVis ttmrt Cure Is wonderhi UBS. EVA DRfcSSSEB, McGregor, lows, SaM an a positive aTaaraatee. nnamnstratedhnofe FREEat DragKistsoraddrss PR. WILES' MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ir. Sold by EBO W fi & DAWSOM. ) Keokuk & Western R.R Trains will arrive at Memphis as follows: v.. GOING WEST m Yfil 0:19 a. I f va i Ho. a. Express E'5l a . .10:117 a. til Z"' V li-.i 6:47 p. IB. . V, - lO.ln nt o! 14 stock Kreiiht Y.'.'.'.l'l'".' "".12:35 p. ruifsdays, Thursduys and Saturdays. Train No. 13 will nans Birniini mji u jrednesday. Friday and Monday morniwrs. 17. A. AC(W.KX AHVIIl. Black's DRAYING soil TRANSFER LINE. 9f e will do anything in our line on short no. itf. .TIME T-RT.-R OF THE tJ I Farmers' Union. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1892. Is it not a little strange the num ber of people who appear to be inter ested in circulating and publishing falsehoods. The Memphis Democrat of the 13th inst stated that the two candidates on the People's party tick et for county judges had pulled off in the interest of the Republican candi dates, n e now notify the Democrat and all others interested that that is not so, and that they expect to be elected as judges of the county court on the 8th of November next, and if they are elected, the interests of those who pay taxes will be zealously guarded. Edward Butler. LOCAL BREVITIES. Fresh fruit arriving daily at the Elite. Faulk's goods are fully warranted. Buy the best. Gorin is making an effort to reeure another saloon. There seems to be a few'Democrats in Scotland county. A choice and carefully selected line of cigars at the Elite. Call at W. II. Busey's for fresh groceiies and low prices. Noah Henderson, of Virginia, visit ed relatives in this county last week. Faulk will sell you a White sewing machine or a Kimball piano or organ cheap. Miss Lncy Combs returned home, Friday, from an extended visit in Montana. Joseph Miller has been sick this week and unable to fill his political appointments. Schuyler Piles left this week for Kansas City, where he will attend a dential college. Miss Maud Hanson, of Conyers, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Laugh, Sunday. Buy a first class musical instrument for your little girl Kimball piano or organ. Call on E. M. Faulk. W. H. Busey opened his new staple and fancy grocery stock yesterday and is now readj- for business. Sirs Judge G. W. Harter, of Clark county, visited with Mrs. W. M. Hoover, of this city, last week. H. Bronson, People's party candi date for congress, will speak at Down ing Friday night, October 21?t. Joseph Miller, Edward Butler and J. L. Tennant held enthusastic meet ings in Miller township last week. When the Democrat says John Y. McClintock is the editor of the Farmers Uxion it utters a falsehood. Parties wanting hydrants put in their stock ponds should call on or address M. MeGary at Crawford station. Ever enterprising, the Elite Bekery is able to furnish ice drinks, even if He city supply of ice has been ex hausted. J. Q. Adams, of Lawn Ridge re turned last Saturday from Illinois, where he had visited relatives for two weeks. Jess Dougherty is the head clerk at W. II. Busey's new grocery store, and invites all his old friends to give him a call. The Democrat mud slinger on the south side is purelj- a liar. We hold ourselves in readiness to prove him a liar in any court. El Sumerlin has a few of each W. F. Black Spanish, Black Miuorcasand White Leghorn cockerels, for sale cheap. All thoroughbred. Mrs. Allen, wife of M. L. Allen, died at her late residence near Craw ford last Sunday. The feneral cere- moinies were held Monday. Miss Libbie Mclnturf, Miss Bates, Miss Cora Atkinson, Clarence Atkin son, George Bees and Will Nesbit were in Milton, Iowa, Sunday. The corner stone of the Odd Fel lows new building will be laid on Wednesday, Oct 26th, 1892, at 2;3l p. m. with the usual ceremonies. K. R. Bartlett sold the M. E. parsonage, last week, to N. V. Leslie and an adjoining lot that belonged to C. II. Combs to the same gentleman. J. L. Tennant, People's party can didate for collector, is one of the most deserving men of this county, fnllj- capable of filling the position and his nomination was not dictated by the syndicate that managed the refunding liond job. Mr Tennant is well educated, having taught school nfctiu this county for several years, and jno one will ever be ashamed of giving . - him their support on election da'. Should Edward Butler be elected county judge, there will be no danger f him being out hunting when he ought to be attending to the interests jf the county. Dr. Miles' Z.err Heart Cure at Drnutr, ffaWBaking Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. There can be uo question but what the People's party in Scotland county has a large plurality, if not an actual majority over both old parties. This is ad mi ted by the best poasted poli ticians in the county. Therefore the cry that a "vote for the People's candidate. In a half vote for either of the old party candidates," will not apply here if anywhere. But, ad mitting for arguments sake, that there is truth in the statement, then a vote for either of the old parties iu this county, is a half vote for the other old party. Now, the only way for liberally inclined Democrats to prevent the possibility of the election of a Republican candidate in the county, is support the People's nomi nees and vice versa, the way for Republicans to keep out Democrats is to vote the populist ticket. It is conceded everywhere to be in the lead and using the favorite argument of old party leaders where the situa tion is so appcarcnt as in this county to Republicans and Democrats we say, "why throw away your votes?" Why not come under the mam lent where the largest crowd congregates, and vote the People's ticket. The assertion in the Democratic swill-tub on the west side that a fusion had been effected between tlie Republicans and People's party only met with derision by intelligent men. The reputation of the Democratic sheet is getting so well known ail over the county as the biggest liar iu the 44 stales, that anything, poli tically, emulating from that paper is only taken as a joke. Its, assertion that the People's narty candidates for judge had drawn off was made of whole cloth. No foundation in fact. The Democrats and Republicans would only be glad if such could hap pen, but it won't. Edward Butler is meeting with splendid encouragement as judge of the western district. Everybody rec ognizes that he could not be induced to belong to a clique and that the interests of the county would be per fectly safe in his hands. While Mr. Butler is ready and willing to listen to argument, he could not be driven one inch by the poisons that unjustly get a reduction in their taxes year after year, or come to the county court ami get fat con ti acts. Of all the citizens of Scotland county there i none that would make a better county judge than Edward Butler. The Carnegie crowd held a meeting in this city last Thursday. The pro cession was a very creditable affair, considering tin number in line. The crowd was a disappointment to its friends. It was tiie beat advertised meeting that has been held in the city for two years at least, !ul the g. o. p. has become very scarce in Scotland county and the citizens here failed to respond to meetings that tend to help the interests of Wall street and infant industries along. Tlie Republicans are not in the con test in this county. The farmers of this county should vote for Joseph Miller for represen tative. He knows their wants and has the ablity to work for tliein and will see that their interests are pro tected by wholesome laws. He is a farmer, a man of the strictest integrity and opposed to the continous legis lation in the interest of corporations Vote for him. The editor of the Democrat cannot draw the attention of the voitv.s o." this county from the character of the men he is asking them to elect by slander of J. Y. McClintock, who is a private citizen and not a candidate for any office. McClintock is abundantly able to take care of himself and can meet all aspersions of the corrupt ring that infest the public cilices of this county. Some Democratic speakers went to Vest township Friday night and was greeted with an audience of three persons. No wonder the moss backs are scared and their organ is resorting to all manner of lies to line up the uartr. But voters want facts this campaign and will not be driven by the prejudice route. Mrs. Barbara Hay. mother of Alex Hay, and grandmother of Mrs. W. M. Hoover, died at her late res: deuce in this county on Wednesday of last week, aged eighty-six years. Thefuneral eermonies were conducted at the Conyers school hoiise last Tuesday afternoon. H. II. Matthews, of Washington Iowa, visited relatives in this county last week, ami in company with his cousin, Wm. Leach, of Hitt, made the Farmer's Ujsion t.fBcc a call last Saturday. O. T. Smith, of Si. Louis, was in this city over Sunday, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith. ). T. reported the joint debate be tween Warner and Stone, Friday of ' last week. The crowd who believe, according to G rover Cleveland, that the pro ducers of the raw materials the farm ers are too prosperous and should have no protection, and the poor, manufacturers of the east needs pro tection in order to compete with the European markets, held quite a meet ing here yesterday. The crowd was quite huge, but the absence of voters in the procession could not help but be noticed. A vast amount of work had been accomplished to get up the "Democratic" demonstration an I considerable "platform" as manifested. Col. Stone was the prin cipal orator. Geo. S. Monroe is the People's party candidate for sherifl. He is a farmer, energetic, indurtrious and honest, and will discharge the duties cf the office without partiality to any one. He is kind and accomodating and will deal with the people accord ingly, wheresoever duty calls him to act. The people will have no fees of fixed up special juries, if they elect him. Vote for him. The Democrat has over done the lieing process and the reaction is so terriable that the bourbons fear it will loose them hundreds of votes. They J didn't know their imported editor was entirly constructed of Lewis' full weight article, and a disposition has teen manifested to put a curb on him. It is the intention of the People's party to arrange a monster demon stration for this city before the cam paign closes, possibly on Saturday, November 5th. It is hoped the com mittee will be atile to secure Prof. Vincent, Gen. Harper, L. Leonard and H. Bronson for the rallj. It has become appearcut that the city Republicans will vote to a man for the Democratic candidates iu this county ami leave the county Republi cans to keep up their organization. Will the country voters be humbuged in this manner? The tax-payers should remember that J. L. Tennant stood by their interests in the refunding campaigns, while his Democratic opponent is the tool of tlie Warsaw gang who succeed ed in robbing the county. W. II. Hoover receiyed a dispatch yesterday that his sifter, Mrs. Fred Grassey, of Kirksville, was danger ously sick. Many friends here hope to hear of her early recovery. Mrs. R. D. Cramer and Miss Helen Baker have returned from Des Moms, Iowa. The former was chosen vice president of the national P. E. O. Chapter. John Ray's wife oied at her late residence, five miles northwest of this city, last Sunday morning. The de ceased leaves three children and husband. Joseph loualdson, of Pleasant Retreat, recently purchased several line sheep. 3Ir. Donaldson is quite an extensive breeder of Cotswolds s beep. Public Speaking. Kl.ler K. J. Smith, J. T. Moore and others will address the votcis of Scotland county at tlie following time and places: Etna school house, Saturday night, Oct. 22d, 1832. Hick's school house, Monday night. Oct. 24th. 181(2. Bureham school house, Tuesday night, Oct. 251 Ii. Corbin or Owen's school house. Wednesday night, Oct. 2lith, 181)2. tiorin, Thursday night, OoL 27th, Arbela, Friday night, Oct. 28th. Jlutledge, Saturday night, Oct. 3th. Speaking begins at 7:(1 p. m. All citizens and voters are invited to be present and hear the issues in volving tlie future prosperity of home and country discussed. By order of Committee. Metnphis Business College. The gtod people of Scotland coun ty and Memphis should move at once to organize a college corporation and finish the magnitjeant brick college building. The enterprise must not be allowed to tail. If it is allowed logo down, we would never outlive ihc dis grace. Individuals are not liable for in amount beyond what tjiey sub scribe. The shares ought to be iu shares not exceeding fifty dollars each, so every man in the county could take a share. The money paid for a share would not lie a gift, but would be an investment upon which 10 interest in divic.ends would be received yearly. Let us all put a shoulder to the wlK'el and the building can be completed and the college opened January 1st, next, with 150 students, and will keep $lUf),b00 at least yearly in the county that is spent elsewhere. Happiness is Supreme! When you get just what you want at less than you expected to pay. We are treating customers to this kind of a surprise every day. We sell you a good article and let you off cheap. Vou will find our selections choice, our goods reliable, aut cur prices sat isfactory. A fair deal makes the buyer happy, so don't fail to call on John II. Miri.cn & Co. Farm For Sale. The undersigned offers his farm, consisting of 40 acres, 3J; miles north of Memphis, on the Keosauqua road, for sale. This is a desirable tract of land. Would like to sell soon. G. S. V.RK.rX Memphis, Mo. THAT The Large and Tempting Display ol Furniture and Carpets at I. H. Mulch' & Cos. Never in the memory of tlie citizens of Memphis and vicinity have furni- une andcarpetsofalt kinds be n so urofuse and so decant as this One would think so bv thin ;;;;; the stock displayed at John & Co's. They have selected a stock for fall and winter, the extent which has never been seen in this city. They have purchase ;i '-nsej inn every invoice of goods, each am! every ai tide which is the very Litest and j most fashionable that tlie market j fias yet produced. Their selection of carpels, porters, window shmL-s, oil i cloth, mattings, rugs tie., were made with characlerislie taste. It would! be a difficult task to enumerate this elegant stock of good-;. We have! devilled to make a st.upendious suhi for the next iiO days for cash and at prices that will p.-trabjzc all com pit- titors as follows: Extension tables usiiallv sold lor . cents oer fool. i tor ll cents; hest double cam seat chairs, usually sold at $.", for "SI; best wood seat chairs, usmiily sold at for $2.40 pers-ei; bureaus form erly sold for $7.50, for ; small safe sold, formerly for : safe, usually sold at :tt 1. ;'!."; large j Jit, for !:.!.; j i beds, from $1. 1'l ;!. With sincere thanks to tho- have thus far favored us wiih who their patronage, we will thus far assure you that we will spare no pains to merit, by prompt and careful at'.in tioii and low prices, their entire confi dence, and make their dealum's with us both pleasant r.nd pn-i;tanb Yours very re.-p-. c .fully J. II. Mri.ru & Co. Cheap Loans. I have recently secured tin; agency for lands along the following renins, viz: Santa Fe, the Chicago, linihng ton & itiincv, the Hock l.-laml and Mi.-s mil 1 at -ii:c. and ! heir tributaries; i.er.t h ive r tne of the litest lands in the wt v.. c: tiered liuoiiu'i.oijt Missouri, Arkansas. Jow.i. Da'ct.Sa. i Montana. N'-i.ra-k.i. Kansas, !'! 'l'a do. New Mexico. Oklahoma and Tea.. Can sell for cash or In. in 1 to l.'i vears credit, or on tbe prain system." in which no cash is i-.-qnir d. We give low excursion rates and credit railway fare on lands bowglit from us, thus making free tare to land buyers. Will hnve halt fare excursion to western and northern points on Atmust ii, isepuu) ur tu .in Or-tober 2 1 and other dales. Western lands are rnpidiv increas ing in value, as the country hi Is up. No finer farming or grazing lands can be found in the world and a far n secured now will in a few ears tlouhle or thieble in v;.lue. This is the oor mans ehanee to find a splen did home in the garden spots of the country for little or no money. For terms, maps or further particulars, call t.r address, Fj. 15. Bakti.ktt. Land and Loan Agent. Memphis, Mo. Black Oak. After some weeks disei wiil send some few items. Mr. Frost and daughter, of St. Fraiieisviile, are visiting Alrali:iin i Spencer. j Amos Moor,! and family, of Claik ! county, are visiting relatives in this j vicinity. Arrangements to eclebrrtto Colum bus day is the order of the ay. Miss tierthie Johnson, of Kansas, is visiting relatives of this commun ity. Harry Spencer an 1 sister, Lvdia are spending a week with relatives in (Jaik county. Mrs. Joli ( t'at-'scock has returned home, after wo weeks visit witii her parents. Sunday school convention will be held at Black Oak the 2!lh ami :iil;li. Omko.v Dki.l. Social Laws 'or Girls. When a woman of such unqjstioii ably high position in New York society as that occupied by Mrs. Burton Harrison consents to dciim the best ami most careful social laws for girls, our young women can well afford to listen and remember. There is every indication br a most agree able interest in the series of articles on 'Well-Bred (Jills in Society,"' which Mrs Harrison will begin in the November issue of The L-sdics Home Journal. Mrs. Harrison will, in this scries, take up etcrv phase iu a girl's life in society, and point out to In r principally the mistakes it is wisest for her to avoid. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! To loan money on realestate securi ties for five or seven years in amounts to suit the borrow. Loans closed and money paid on the same day that notes and mortgage is signed. No delay. Best and most, liberal option to the borrower ever offered. Also tbe lowest r&te of interest. Call and see me. A. H. Pitkin. For Sale ! House with six room, cellar, wood house and summer kitchen, barn, bug gy shed, two good wells, the best chicken house in the county, chicken corals and three good lots. All in good repair. For particulars inquire of Ki, Scmebmn, Memphis, Mo. Bates for Harvest Excursion, Oct. 25th, will only be made to southern territory, including Arkansas, Indian territory, Oklahoma and Texas, ex cept tickets will not be sold to points north of Pond Creek and Ponca in Oklahoma. Hates to Kansas, Colo rado and Nebraska points are cancel ed. C. A.. Dewey, Agent. IT IS THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENS. Will receive in a few days our third invoice or Ladies' Wraps. This time we have procured a nice line of Misses' -a-. "BetWeeilS 110VV, cd by the merchants. Also, nice rTSjtlic little ones, from 4 to 20 years, this sizes 2 to 4 years. make prices which no other concern makes in N. E. Mo. Of course we sell only for the money down, and this is one reason we sell so much cheaper than our competition. J. IT. Whitacre & 2o. ' i Fiif-T Door SofTii (K P. O.. WnsT "Knowiedga Is Power." ! So think tlie Natmal Constitutional ; Liberty League, of Hostoii Mass. j This philanthropic Itody writes ns it will furnish, free, highly enlcraiu- j ing and iiislitietive refoim literature to eaiui'St men :md wc moii who will place it where it wiil do the most, good." ! The, League says to all such: j Send us the name of this paper, j yo.ir own address; anil from two to ten cents ivitirn postage, and we will j dothere.it." Why not try it? The! L'-ae'ie assures us that citizens opjms j ed to vivisect i'-n, medical monopoly j i . i r : I: . ' alio me use o; ioiso.ii uieMieme will be especially pleased with its propaganda. Vj'ilej, Lumber! O-ik, Ash, Bush. Bed Kim. (' ! toliwotfd, "Walnut. AH 1 inch. Jreat care must be a sawiny as ivi! will not liny anv lumber that i is not properly sawed. . Novelty FrnxiTi nK MV. Co. Notice. I Sol Allen has a lot of nice sows; and pigs for sale. Also, a lot of j young mules alio horses irom imim Canadian and Morgan bloods. Sonic choice maU'tt teams. Will trade forj sheep or sel cheap for cash. See him! He is a liberal trader an I will use vou white. Memphis Stock Market. Dveswil UfM-f. jer liui'ilrfJ t' s and mixt'd " H.is-. " " Mammoth Stores. Our New Fall Goods are now all in and arc exceedingly handsome and useful. Never before have we been able to place le fore our customers j an array of beautiful and useful ar ticles at such low prices. Our Dress GimmIs stock is the largest ever fchown by any house in this counts, and is by far the handsomest. Beautiful double-width goods at 2"c, that have been selling at o( to :Wc. Bedford cords; Chevrons, Homespuns, Storm Serges and other stylish stuff at from 1") to 2." per cent cheaper than ever before tillered. An elegant line of Iviinboro cords at 10c that are bound to be great trade winners. Winter ;oods were never so cheap before. Canton Flannels at 7 that were Hie; at 81; that have always been 12.J; al W that are as good as any body wants and have been sell ing at loc. We have an all wool, full-size scar let blanket at $2.i!) per pair that can not be duplicated outside the large cities. We had to buy a large quan tity of them to get them at the price, and are giving our customers the benefit of the deal." Ladies' wraps are very handsome tins year. We ncycr had such a large slock before, and never could make such low prices for such cle-' gant garments. They are made to fit living models, and will be found absolutely correct iu style nd ap pearance. J";, We have the best display of Cloth ing in ihis county. Don't fail see it. especially the children's goods. We will guarantee prices against any body. Compare our new whole stock boot at $2,110 wi'.h the $2.30 boot of any other store. llememebr we buy for the two largest stores in Noith Missouri, and by buy ing in large quantities we can aud do sell cheap. Bring us jour produce. MUBPHY & MILLKH'S Mammoth Stores, Memphis and Lan caster, Missouri. Jackets. We are - . it l WllO VOU KllOW iU'fc USUiUlV Sllffllt- We sell Cloaks Sims ,Qr.aB, II. BARTXTT, GENERA HAT u fl 1V11 Bought and Sold or Kxchanged on Coinn:ib!i. lien's Co'leoljd and Taxes lfd or A 5 Money Loaned on i 1-3 to 1-2 value, from 1 to ." yea i!id most Li bend tt-rius. Lo;:ns payable in enstallinents before due. if desired. t V I County, Township. City and School Written on all d.-iesci of propf-rty Fir?. Lightning or Cy.-lor.o. Abo, Lif? and Accident Insurance in the leading companies of the world. i i i i t ! Does the largcM hnsincfS of any in j promptly attended to. MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING Boots, Shoes, II , liin UK Man'ifactuivr of and T i r i . - - -1 ' if y s 2ST Ea iIRi A Complete and Varied Assortment of Tinware Always in Stock. Special articles made to ord r. Spouling. Guttering and other work in li'u line done promptly and etHeientlv, a! prices lower thai", anywhere c!se,in town and out of ihc best material in the market. GivcIHini r.i Early Call. Sorlii Sic i i ! II 'jr.- Memphis Marble &Granitc Works Viin.- I. IM m wm my Keokuk &. Western Railroad Co The short Line Fr.o'4 ANO TO Southern Iowa Points. 5y . KG. GOODRICH, GEK'L MANAGEH. ready for the line of Wraps for and Bahy Cloaks . -;' very close and , . , , rNTTTN .rrTTTT! Vo, IV FINANCIAL AGENT, .Xj estate 'ruciivd. Real Estate Security, ir.v.o. at lowes-t current rates of intercsl Bonds bougat and sold on Commission Established 20 Years. Northwest Mtotiri. 2TA11 btif-iness Commissions reasonable and c. Hats, Caps," Valises, Trunks, &c.,&c, The tnryest n1 tnrst complptestock In th city, itK'tialiT, at the ititcst styles, at BOTTOM PRKtJSS o IX SEGORD, WKST SIDE OF THE SQUARE Dealer in all kinds of rablic Square, Memphis, Missouri HUMPHREY BROS. & MOUNT, Props, Meiiipnis, Missouri. -fMfiliif -if ! lire AFrtJiii in..n1 e nnr Tombstones from the best materials u- - V'.. . . rr i i , - n t IV III AllA.Mt.MI. lraU.MO II. SI 'IT CUSTOMEBS; Will Not iu ' '.it?. n ii.r. See them before wt 1xo. KEOKUK, IA. J. F. ELDER C C. AU. DEPT. W W fb iUb 1 ."