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'Tto but 'n inth ,
And yet. the bur, jrood name w.is wilted:
A u.l irifjN,tiiici- tun. I, grew cold ami atilicti ;
Andlilc worse than death.
!' Veiiomed word,
That -truck its coward poisoned blow,
in craven whisper.-, jukI low
Ami yd the wide orb! heard.
" I'w.ts but one whi-per one.
Hint. muttered iow, tor wry shame,
T.ic ilimir tlif slaud.-rer dare not name
Ami j i-t, its vo:k was done.
A brut -o slight,
And yet, ni niiiiisty in its power,
A human -oul. in one short h-tir
Lies cru-hed beneath itsbli-'lu.
Awful Accident Death, of James
From the Chilieolhe Tribune.
Just as our paper was about to ro
press to-ilav not far from 1 o'c'odc .
in., a smitten commotion in the streets
jtnliealed that some smidon accident had
liapjiened : and, upon inquiry, we
:tM:ertained that a team ot hordes
ran away, ami that our well known
iw-uitizcn. Air. .lames F. .Moore,
grocer, had been killed.
The circumstances of the occurrence
are brieily these : Air. Charles Dau
)hine the owner of the team above men
tioned, happened to mention in Air.
!M-'ire"s presence that he wanted to sell
he team. ilr. Moore proposed to se
cure a purchaser, and at once ot into
the wajjon and drove down Irom the
voulheast corner of the square to the
flaiety Livery Stable, on Locust street.
There he spoke to some one about buy
ing the team, and after a few words of
flickering turned the horses around and
drove up Locust street a;ain, to show
the movement of the team to the pro
posed purchaser. While doing so. he
struck the horses with a long stick he
had. and they became excited and ran
They dashed furiously up the street,
lie vainly trying to hold them, and liu
:vlly shied oil to the ?rovninr House
sidewalk, where they straddled"1 the
heavy awning posts in front of Arnizeu
& Kase's store, a horse on each side of
the posts. The end of the wagon
tongue struck the first post breaking it
oil" and throwing it to one side. The
stroke also loosened the horses from
their attachment to the wagon; and as ; crimes we have been called upon to re
3Ir. Moore was holding Jast to the lines, , C(rd for a lonjr time.
lie was violently thrown lor ward, strik
ing a corner of the second post and
splitting his skull open, the wound be
ing three or four inches long, extending
from the lett eye directly upward.
lie was of course instantly killed.
We have no time to give further de
tails this week. The "occurrence has
produced a profound sensation in our
Fire at Linden.
"We learn from John Richards, Esq.
and others residing in the neighbor
hood, that the dwelling of Dr. Kobert
IJuckhanv in Linden, together with its
entire contents, almost, was destroyed
bv lire at a very early hour on Saturday
moraine: last. The familv were first
awakened bv the hot coals fallin" Irom
the burnmgceiling upon the bed "which
rinctnr :md his wife, were neetitw-
ing. The household was immediatel
aroused, but not in time to save any
thing, not even their clothing the fam
ily barely escaping from the rapidly
hunting building in their night clothes.
Air. . r. mm. teacner o tne jisincc
school, was an inmate ol the house, and
...l. .. ini , ,i .. (..... i u- i
v ii:il lilLiu w l na v;u i iu huiiiv- aim
some medicine was due principally to
liis exertions. The escape of the family
was also in a great measure clue to ex
traordinary exertions on his part. The
loss falls heavily upon the aged couple
the little home which they occupied
for over a quarter ol a eenturv, litis been
mthlesslv swept away from them, and
s umong im; iniiigs ui uic past. i in;
lire is supposed to have originated from
the stove nine in the garret. Xo insur
ance. Iioekport Journal, 2'A.
On Fridaj afternoon last. Mr. Joseph
May, who lives about four miles eat of
town, met, with an aecident by "which he
hail his rijxht lex horribly mangled. He
tvas engaired in telling' a tree, and as it
started to fall, .Mr. May attempted to re
treat to a place ol safety, but being on a
5iile hill, his leet slipped from under
him and he fell directly tinder the de
scending tree, which caught his right
leg between the knee and ankle and
erusiied it terribly. Drs. llouser and
lardinf' were immediately summoned,
and are doing all that lies in their pow- j
or to save his limb, though fears are en- !
Untamed that it will yet have to be am-;
jiutated. Ten bones' have already been
taken out of tho crushed member, vary
ing in length from one to two inches. j
Suy-e the above was put in type, a j
consultation was held, and it was deeid-'
ed to amputate Mr. Mav's limb, which
was done on Tuesday afternoon. The
operation was performed by Drs. IIous-
or and Hardinir, of this place, assisted
by Dr. Hush, of Allenville. We were 1
present and -witnessed the painful oper- 1
ation. Mr. May bore his su H'erings with
a heroic fortitude ; and after his limb ;
was dismembered, conversed freely J
with those around him. Vc left at
about four o'clock, fully assured that Mr. 1
Mav would siieedilv recover Iroin
effects ot the terrible ordeal thiMiili
1 i. 1 i.,. t rnol.imein
But, alas ! for human
viiiuu 11c jkicu. iiu, ...........
hones: the shock was too jrreat, ami lie
began gradually to sink until about sev
lino'clock. AVhen death came to his re
lief. Death, with all its terribleness.
tmisfc have been a welcome
to this mortal, whose lot it was to suffer
cnob linmimirablo ao-nnv. IhliS lias
U,U1 ' , 7 sv r-
Worth county lost another of its wort h-
ie-t eitizens. The place made vacant
by his untitnoly death will not soon be
filled. Worth County TmtCS, 2 1st
A Damnable Crime.
From the Kansas I ity News, Jan. Is.
man named Burgoim L. Jesse, liv
at the corner of Li-rhteentli :md
j Harrison streets, was arrested Saturday
I night last charged with the double anil
' horrible crimethat of the seduction of
; his step-daughter, and ultenvard- de
i roving the child born unto him bv
About six years .ago Jesse married a
wiiiow lady of very respectable eiivuni-
i stances m ( lay county, named (""onion,
i who had two daughters, f ranees ')W
i about eighteen years of ago, ami Re
becca, now about sixteen. Jesse se-
, duced the. eldest daughter, and on the
! J th of this month, she gave birth to a
; child, she having, about a month previ
ous, told Iter mother who its parent
wa. As the report goes, on the 7th of
this month, when the child was three
'.ays old, it was placed in a basket, ami
.ic.--e, in company with the younger
sister, procured n team at Calhoun's
stable and went over to Kansas. About
twelve miles west of Vyandotte,a farm
er named Williams saw the buirgy stop
ami either tiie rirl or Jese get out of
the buggy, ami after getting "in again,
they rode a short distance further" on,
then, turning round, they came back in
tha direction of the city. .The next flay
Williams found the. spot where the bug
gy stopped, and then in a fence corner
found the basket containing the dead
body of the child, which had evidently
fro.en to death.
The matter was reported to the po
lice authorities here.and ollieers at once
set to work on the case, which resulted
in the arrest of Jesse, Saturday night,
the evidence seeming very conclusive
against him. The unfortunate girl,
Frances, was brought to police head
quarters Saturday night, and confessed
the birth ofthechihU and that it had
been taken away. Jesse told her that
lie was taking it to a safe place in Kan
sas where it would be kepi to conceal
her guilt, and her grief was very ago-
nii'.mir When Slie Was intorilieu ot the
cruel manner in which her child had !
. . , , .
heen murdered. The team driven bv
the man who left the child in the fence
corner is described by Farmer Williams
and the description exactly tallies with
the one in Calhoun's stable.
This is one of the most; d-imnable
1 take this method to inform the
public that irom this date I will sell
Groceries For Cash!
for less money than any other house
in Andrew county. J liave facilities
for buying, enabling me to do this.
1 keep on hand, at "all times, a very
large stock and buy exclusively for
cash. Don't expect to make anv
moncv the next lew months: so, if
I vou Avant
j gQQ Q &pnrp-MS fiff "F.AP ?
WWWi' WiUWWliCl3 WAiiiJiiiiib .
come and see mc. Ilelow
T givo vou
a tew )nces : all other goods
as cheap :
Very best coal oil per gallon,
l-'. lbs choice Iiio couec lor -
i ,bs ,ro0(l Rk) rofl-oc for
it,- 1ur.n. rf cictU-A
. . "--'"v
11 lbs choice N. O. suirar for
1 keg silver drip syrup, -1
keg heavy California syrup,
1 bch cotton yarn or warp, o lb.'
1 lb Price baking powders, -1
papers best soda,
lbs best star candles for
flood Imperial tea, per lb, only
("hoice ("unnowdcr tea
; Xo. 1 Lake salt. DCf bbl
j urirht Ts'avy Toba'eco, per li). f0 to )f
npriuji vv netii 1 1 r, lies i, tilt suck, i u.j
Fall " " 4 " 1 :0
f.... 1.... T.l.. 1 A. -t nr
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Order of Bublicdion.
Wilber I., ('ladmnn,
I'li.a..!. l'ucliaiiau and
.lolm W. P.urhanan, (her husband,
Miphia .Mitchell and William
Mitchell, (her hu-band,) 1'ltfl's,
.Miranda Sell-. amuel Sells.
.Lime- .-ells, Margaret K. Shannoif
ami David V. Shannon, her hits I
band, I'llen I.'. Snanuo.-i, Mary j
Shannon and Thoina- .shannon, he
hn-liand.( ynthia Hnai; and Abrai j
Iloajr, her hu-band, and Allison
sell-. Defendants. )
, """ . " Ibis llh lav ol Janitar
11 c.imc the plaintil!.- in the
cause, bv vt . ft. Martiuditlc, thei&iuorm-y, be
lore the ( lerk ot the Circuit Cout ot Andrew
count , iii the state of Mi otiri, in vacatii-n.
, and tile their petition and alhdavit, latino, anions
i oilier things, that the above nanid defendants,
! Mary Shannon and Tlmnui. Mi.uaon, her hit.
; band, Cynthia lloa; and Abram loair, her hu
' band, and Alli-on Sells, aiv noi-r'csidclils of
It if thereupon ordered by the ('Irk aforesaid,
i in vacation, that publication be male, notifvimr
said non-ridident defendants thatan action ha- j
, been commenced a'ain-? them, y petition, in 1
the t ircait Court of Andrew counV.in the State j
j of Mi.ouri, the object and euuitl ualure of;
i which i- to procure the judgment f 'ul court, j
; u.-.-iunin, dower to theitefendant, Jiranda Sells, 1
j in, and partitioning unioni;, the ities hereto,
, ac-conlin to their respective remits ainl inter
! est.-, the following de-eiilvd real ola.e, lvimc
. and bein in Andrew c.umty, it the staf,. of
I Missouri, to-wit: The south half of the .south-
, we.-t niiarkrof section No. .-even (7), in town- :
! ship No. sixty-one, (til), of ran;c thirtv i, j
! ab-o tile .-outh ballot' the .-oith-ea-t "piar- !
; ter, of-ection No. twelve (U), intovn-hii No. !
! Mtv-onc, (ol), of ranire No. thirtv- even, (:tT), j
it partition ot said premi-es cai be made in
j kind without material injury to tie rights and
mtere-ts ot said parties; but it lot, then that I
said premises be .-old, and the priceetls thereof j
be lawfully appropriated according to the re- '
.-pective rfirhts of the parties; aid that unless i
the said Mary Shannon and Thouas shannon,
her hu-band Cynthia lloair and Mtram Ilna, ,
her hu-band, anil Allison Sells beund appear at i
the next term of said court, to be hoblen at the
Court House in On. -ity rr savannah, in .-aid
i cotintv ot Andrew, in the State of Mi-souri, on
j the ,Vn day of April, A. D. lsT.", and on or be
I fore the sixth day ol said term, (irthe term .-hall
j so lonjr continue, ami if not. then belore the end
of the term.) illd-'iuellt Will be remlerr-d ! nvn-.
j ed in plamtiiis' petition, and s.ud properly par- !
! mioiieu or soni.
j Audit is further ordered that a copv- heivof
be ptiblishrd in the Andrew county K'epubli an.
I a newspaper published m said county, for four
week.-.-ucces-ively, the la.-t in-ertion to heat
Iea-t lour weeks before the commencement of
the next term of taid court.
S. K. SKKLY. Clerk.
Ity Ar.ii.VM Doims, D. C.
I, Silas E. Seely, i:ierk of the Circuit Court.
within and lor thu county of Andrew, in the
?UltY . -"'""n, fcitily the above ami lbrejro
nifr (o ne a true copy ot uie outer ot
made in the cau-c therein named, as the same
remains on lib: in my ollice.
r I.t Witx"i:-s w hereof, I hereto set niv
)t s; f hand and alli.x my ollicial seal, at
i ' " ( my ollice in Savannah, .Mo., this
1 j -2d dav of .lanuarv, A. I). lsT.'i.
S. K. slfKl.V. CWk.
.Jitt JO lri-W.'i. Ity AiotAM llol'.IlS, D. .
Order of Bublication.
In the Andrew County Circuit Court, December
Term. December I Ith, 171.
DanielS. Whittakcr, Plaiiuitl',
Jes5e T. Gillinm. James 1. Anderson and W.
L. Wriirht. Defendants.
OW, on this I Ith day of December, 1ST-.
omes the lilainiitl liv his attornev and it
appearing to the sati-faclion of the Court, that
the defendant, Jc--e T. (iiiliam, is a non-rc.-i-dent
of the Mate of .Mi-.-ouri, and cannot be
served in this action: it i- thereupon ordered by
the Court that the defendant, .les.-e T. (iiiliam
be notilied by publication, that an action has
been commenced ;ind is now pending again-t
him, by petition anil attachment, in the Circuit
Court of Andrew county, in flic State of Missou
ri, founded on a promissory note for the sum of
one hundred and fortv-two dollars and eightv
i cents. (S.H-J.SU) dated April 17lh, 17:2, that his
J property is about to be attached, and that he be
anil appear at the next term of said court, to be
I hoblen at the Court House in Savannah, within
J the county of Andrew, Missouri, 'in the.'ith day
' ot April, "IS70, and on or before the third dav
thereof, (if the term shall so long continue, and
if nol, then before the end ol tlie term,) judg
ment will be rendered against him, and his
property taken to satisfy the same.
It i further ordered thai a copy hereof be pub
lished in the Andrew County Ukitiimcan, a
nevvsitaper published in said county ot Andrew,
for lour weeks -ticce-sively, the la.-t insertion to
be at lea-t four week.- before the commencement
id the next term of said court.
TATK OK MlSSOrui,
L'OI NTY IIP A.NIJKr.W. :"S-
I, Phineas Kdvvards, Clerk of the Circuit
Court within and for said County, hereby certify
the above anil foregoing to be a "true copy of the
Order of Publication made by .-aid Court on the
11th day of December, A. I). "ls74, in the cau-e
thereiu'naincd, as fully as the same remains on
the record of .-aid Court in myollice.
In Witness whereof. I hereto set my hand and
si:al,. allix my ollicial seal at myoilicein Sa
vannah. Mo., theif.th dav of December,
1S7J. PIMNMAS KDWAltDS, Clerk.
Ity Ar.KAM Dunns, D. C.
.January s, l.-Tf nol-jw."
RKOITORS and all others interested in the
tale of John Kllingion. deceased will take
notice that at the next term ot the I'robale
( fiint, to be hebl at the ollice of the Judge of
-aid Court, in Savannah, Andrew comity. Mis
sour; . ; the March term. I--"., I will make iin.it
settlement of'said estate, and ask to bedischarg
ed from said admini-tration.
ja;.:i:s l. .tacksox,
Bublie , Idministratoi ''s
(OiRKDITORS and all other-, interested in the
t j e-tate of Lewi- Allen, deceased, will take
notice that in pur-uance of an order of the I'ro
j bate Court of Andrew county; Missouri, made
' on the -J."ilb dav of September, ls7f, I have taken
charge of the .-aiil estate lor the purpose of ad
ministering the same.
Therefore, all per.-on- having claims against
said estate, are notilied to present the same: and
if such claiiES be not presented within one year,
they may be excluded from the benefits of the
-aid e.-tale; and if not presented within two
rears irom this date, the? will be forever bar
red. " ALLKN HOLT.
I'ublic. Administrator of Andrew Co., Mo.
('ui:i:n-i,i-.k & rr.-vitso.N, Attorneys.
Jan. l'., lST's noll-fw.
1 kiblie . Administrator 's
CKKPITOnS and all others interested in Ihe
estate of Philip K. Roberts, deceased, will
fiL-it iiiitifii f liit in niiivtio.iw.i itfin nnlir nf flit
i p,(.bate Court of Andrew coiuitv,Mi.-souri,made
1 on the -Jl-I day of December, lS7t, I have taken
charge of the said estate for the purpose of ad-
i uiiii'iii.-, an j it.-) ' iif u tup t.i f."
said e-tate. are notilied to present the ame; and
il'-nrli cl.-iiins In- not o resell I eil within one Veal.
j t.v ,n.,v l,,. excluded from the benefits of said
, ,..,tate: and if not presented within two rears
from this date, they will be forever barred.
Public Administrator ot Andrew county, Mo.
I'nr.ENt.Ei: .V Peaksos, Altornevs.
.Ian. 1!), Is75. noll-tw.
Bublie Administrator' s
CREDITORS and all others interested in the
estate ot William Stanton, deceased, will
take notice that in pursuance of an order of the
Probate Court of Andrew county, Missouri,
made on the ISth day of January, is7.i. I have
taken charge of the said estate for the purpose of
administering the same.
Therefore, nil persons having claims against
said estate, are notilied to pre-enl the-anie; and
if such claims be not presented within one year,
they may be excluded from the benelits of said
estate; and if not presented within two years
from this date, they will be forever barred.
I'ublic Administrator of Andrew Co. Mo.
Grkexlee Peaksox, Attorneys.
Jan. 19, no ltw.
Sent to Ihe N"i:' YORK .V OKIKN'I'AL TK.V '
Ci.MI'ANY will insure by return mail, one
pound of excellent Oolonir, Yotiiifj Hyson, Kn.ir-li-li
ISreakla-t, .lajiau or ini.xeil 'l'ea,"such a- is
u-uallv retailed at from SI 'M to $1..V) perpound. .
irisAFAtT not (;i:ni:i:allv known
tliat by a recent arrangement of the Post Oilic-,
.-mall tpiantiti) s of merchandise arc now con
veyed at i-harue.- con.-idenibly le.-s than those of
the expre. co!i!ianies. The co.-t on one pouutl
of Tea b in:? s c-nt- only. ;
The New York and Oriental Tea Companv is
takin;.' advantage ot THIS KXTKAOltDIN'AISY ;
FACILITY ami i-siipplv in.ir it-cu-tomer- in all j
parts ol the Flitted Mates with the finest Tea j
t-vcr imported at
WHOLESALE PRICES! j
i.'I'AsON'S WHY you should order yourTeas ;
from the New Yoik":.nd Oriental Tea Company: ,
1st. F.ecau-e the Company deal- oiilv in ri i:k, i
i-N.vii'i.Tr.i:.VTi:i) Ti:.v. It i- Well known that!
immen-e ipiantitie-of so-called "'lea.'' ad:il- I
ti rated with the leave.-of the Willow, Hawthorn,
and other trets, and even .-mall .-toii.-s, particle.-
of lead and .-teel tilings, besides coloring mat
ter, are sent over the country and sohl at enor
mous price as "Tea ! "
The buyer- of the Mew York anil Oriental Tea
Companv", can, by a m:vv mors.., nol gener
ally known, detect the pre-elice of ai'.'ilteration
in all it- tonus; ami the .'oiiip.my vv ill continue
to maintain the hi-'h character tt ha.-liithrto .-untamed,
bv sellinir none but
GENUINE TEA! !
'id. Hecause our command of capital enables
u- TO I.MPOi:!' LAKI.LLY FOI" ( ASH. ami
thus to sell cheap. We buy all our Tea- at the
Port.-of China and .lajian.'aiid thus save many
lhtermediate profit - ami charge-.
::d. 15ecaii.se we have inaugurated a nkw sys-
ti:m or iicsini-.-s, originated a .N;:w li;:. j
We save the profit- ot the middlemen. ami give j
them to our customer.-, bv sending direct to anv i
address, the linest .p.alities of Tea at Wholesale j
i 1 i V." .
Ureao jxeca, o)
r -1 . 7
i- In:i: Tfc.v AT a l.ow nun:; and as we are de
termined to .-upply thi.- need, it i-j to your inter
est to help Us by sending on voiir orders at once.
Jlee our Price I.i.-t ." (1'
Oolong (IMack) M, ."(), til), best 70 cts. per
Mixed (Green and Iflack) f!l, ."u, m, 70, best
lapan (l ncolorcd) t.(), ,o, su, Dest sl.oo per ,
Imperial (Creen) fiO, 70. sO. SI .00 $ I. ..'.
Young Ily.-oii (I'reen) ."0, m, 70, be.-t 1.00.
(.'unoowiter (Cieen) 1.0U, be.-t l.i'.". per !
Knirli-hlhe ikfast (P.Iack) (!0, 70, SO, be.-t$I .00. .
r.;"P. s. W e have a special quality ot very
line Oolong and Young Ily.-on at $l.'J."iper poiinil
Any of thc-e qualities delivered Iree by mail,
snd .-"afe delivery guaranteed on receipt of price.
Pi.K.vsr. No ri:". We deal in nothing that is un
sound, injured, damaged or adulterated in any
respect, even the lowe-f 'iiialilies, i :il"Vi;
n.-t, ..r.. )Tu-et in their degree, clean, pure and
iminiured in evvrv particular.
iLr-WI-; WANT At T1V1-: AND IJKLIAP.LK
Ai;i-;.TS I-:Vi;ifYWIIKIM-;,to whom special in
ducements arcoiVercd. The business is honora
ble and respectable. Young and old, rich and
poor, male and female, can get up club- and act
as agents Send for circular and begin at once.
NevV York & Oriental Tea Company,
33 Vesey Street, TT. Y.
t Louis (xlobe.
In the third year of it- existence, the St. Louis
('lobe can truthfully boast of a circulation, for
its diil'erent is-ue-,such as tew of its cotempo
raries in the West po-se. .
It may b,- said ol the lilobe that 110 newspaper ;
wa- i-ver -o cordially received by the people lor
whom it was intended. It was i-tablished as a
repre.-i ntative Republican journal, ii'id the mem- :
bers of the Republican partv in the West gave it
cordial welcome from the lirst. Fr this weare
thankful, and we shall alwavs endeavor to re- 1
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Address ST. LOUIS GLOBE,
THE KEYSTONE PEEIIU1
Force-feed, sowing all kinds
of Grain. Grass and Flax Seed.
Liberal Prices and Terms,
Semple, Birge & Co.,
AGENTS FOP THE MANUFACTURERS,
13 SOUTH MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS.
Parties nnswerinff thin artTertUemena
will please mention la whut paper IhvJ
A NEW IDEA
AT THE OLD STAND.
South Side the I'ttbhc Square.
TO my old customers- I take great p ea?uri tir
announcing that I have brought from N'evv
York one of the largest stocks of goods in rav lim?
ever brought to thi:. city, consistiug in part of
Hats and Caps,
Boots and. Shoes,
Having iiren in business in this city for six
teen years, ttie citizens of Savannah and An
drew county may rest pretty well assured that I
have ha'd sutlicient experience to understand and
amply provide, for the wants of the trade in this
Call and Examine Our
Goods and Briees.
South side Fijuare, Savannah.
.lOlI.V I.. SMITH.
Smith & Siiellenbarger
v,-ollM ;nvit( u. :im,n,ioll of
public to their
Saw Mill and Grist Mill
About three miles north of Amazonia and -tv
miles nest ol savannah the old "Miiith Mill."
Of all kind
done on short
a varietv of
notice. We kct) on
id examine ourstock and prices.
.s.MITII ,t SHKLLKXIJAUl'Ki:.
liurchused the Amazonia Saw Mill. I
to furnish all kinds of
Native Lumter, Dimension Stuff-
T I LLS sawed to order by the car load
pomi-on me ranroau. 1 also nave a
I one mile vvesl ot tlie l our .vine school-hoti-.-, on
' the Maryviiic road. r,Ve miles north of n.
! nah. where I will do
on -hort notice. For further particulars, call .1;.
the mills, oraddre-s
A. OVERTOU", Savannah, Mo.
"West End of the Square.
IADIES of Savannah and vicinity call and - re
J our Milliner Uood-, Mich as Hats, Ronn. r.-.
Ribbons. Artiticial Flowers, ,:c .latest s:ii-.
Hats and Uonnets trimmed to suit. Also,
done m the best stvle.
a!; " MRS. f. OITLlLKi.
Omalta & fo Louis
Kansas City, 11 Joseph & Council Ms
Is the Only Direct Line to
AND TIIE EAST, FROM
AXD THE WEST.
Of Cars liolwocn ST. .TO SEP 1 1 and
ST. LOL'IS. and but one be
tween OMAHA and
This is the only Line running a
EAST FROaE OaITAIIA,
On Arrival of the Union Pacific Ex
Tawiigcrs Taking other Hon Irs hvr n
disatrccaOlc Transfer at the JHccr Sta
tion. mm WA!M5 JUtTV
Eastern and Western Cities
With Less Changes and in advance of other lines.
THIS ENTIItE LINE IS EQl'IITED WITH
I'ullmiin's Palace Sleejiiajr Cars.
I'alace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler and
The Celebrated WestiHghouse Air J'r:;"e.
See that your Tickets read uia.
Via ST. LOUIS.
Tickets forsalc at all Coupon Stations in the Wes
J. K. "BARNARD, A. C. DAWES,
Uen. uperintendent, Gen. Pass. Apt.
St. Joseph, Mo. St. Jo-i ph. Mo.
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