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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
jstjerson city, Missouri
Habnlptlon, $1.00 Par Year,
T. Q. Fblihsox, Bnsinobs Malinger.
'J'hurjdsy, March G, 1SD0.
Mr. Music thouhl .-.certain why,
It he 1 boss, he is nol bess.
Gr.o. '. Dt.Tr.a tv lit atlrml the n.v
llonnl Ictgiie convention it Nashville
Tub Hill fccllon in New Torfc will
lee to it that Clorclond will never be
Trm ftjpirantn for postmaster are
wondering now what they wanted
MuticV endorecrnent so bsdlfor.
Ten fact is published that nil the
tig; smelting organizations have
formed a trust with a capital of
The democratic nartv luinht H3
well look out for its laurels for it has
a hard lime ahead of it. The farm
ers propose to have something to say
in tho politics of the wct, and they
see nothing In the democratic parly
to admire. Tho l'lUtniTb' Alliance
In Cole county is growing a little too
fast for the old war horse, but tho
world do move, and it will move Vest
out of the senate if he don't watch
Tun St. Louis Clone thinks that
St. Louis should, notwithstanding its
loss of the World's fair, have in that
city in ISO-.', a suitable celebration
of the discovery of Ainoiica in honor
of Columbus. It is claimed that a
brilliant and noteworthy occasion cf
the kind could be arranged in con
nection with tho fall festivities. No
effort should be made to compete
with the world's fair but a western
dUplay, accompanied by niialnal and
interesting features which could be
carried out under state a r.d municipal
auspices. It believes that it could be
made quite a succcts.
Titr. pootmistor general and Mr.
Norrin Oreen, president of the
Western Union Telegraph Compiny,
.re still at war.
fiiMcfl the fneialistlc victory we
are informed by the cable, ,that His
march nmmes his old place as ad
viser to the emperor.
TrtR president sent tho appoint
ment of Jmlge Stampfll to the senate
on Thursday, and he was confirmed
on the followinr; day.
prefer them to coin for their conven
Tho legal tender capacity adds no
value, but the redemption qualifica
tion does. It was the inability of tho
government to redeem tho greenbacks
on presentation that caused them to
decline to about S3 cent3 on the dol
lar in 180-1, as compared with silver
and goM, or rather their purchasing
power. Tho total amount of stand
aid silver dollars carried up to Feb
ruary 12, 1873, amounted to 88,0-15,-8!)8,
thu standard dollar was not de
monlllzcd but their coinage was dis
continued In 1873 for tho simple rea
son, "I presume" congress having
aulhoiizcd tho coinage of tho trade
dollar a more valuable and desirable
coin, it would have been inconsistent
to mint two silver coins of tho same
face value, but different intrinsic
There were coined from 1873 up to
June 30, 1S7G, SI.'), 1 18,415 trade
dollars, nearly double the quantity of
lvcr dollars previous to 1S73 coined.
L'ho trade dollar passed current
everywhere up to and until It was
A fit. it thu smoke of battle clears demonitizt'd by joint resolution of
UxtiEn the new lease of the Alsska
seal fisheries the government of the
United Slates will now secure 81,
000.000 instead of SHOO.OOO as here
Mn. Sr.w,vu. has been re-instated
as consel general to Apia, lie is a
democrat and was removed by Mr.
Cleveland shortly after the Sa'moan
Trip. Planters House has fallen by
ths road sidc.of adverM'y. Anyone
that knows Gerard 1 will not be sur
prised, for he vat the wural old
prowler excepting his Italian help-
in me state.
Trm lepnblicans, under charge of
Capt. Heed, are turning the moss
br.ck3 out right r.lonjf. This h a
year of honesty r.ml good govern
ment, and those who hold iheir scats
by fraud must go out via the back
away all will admit that President
Hnrri'on made no mistake in the ap
pointment of a postmaster for this
oily. We are in no wise dl-paraglng
the (itness and high standing of the
unsuccessful applicants, when we sav
that Judge Stamp.'li had elements of
strength not pjisessed bv any of tho
olhcis. That the parly is strength
ened by his appointment is lust as
potent as the fact that he will make
a most excellent poslma-tcr which is
conceded by every one that knows
h;m. o congratiilute the Judge on
his victory, the president on his ex
cellent judgment and the pai'yon
the successful and satisfactory tor
initiation of the poMofilce fight.
Mr. Blai.nt. refuses to interfere
any further with consular appoint
ments, since the death of his son,
Walker, who kept the office seekers
at bay. Mr. Blaine has been forced
to take tho stops indicated for self
Tr. inaugural address of Gov.
Tloies of Iowa, forces the conviction
that he is a man of ability. IIj han
dles the qursthw of prohibition in a
nnstcrly manner, and his views on
oil or rjiicttions are tcr;ely and ably
WiNTEit weather came in dead
earnest the latter part of last week.
Tho ico men will make an excellent
crop, but it is feared that what is the
ice nias'f, luck will be tho fruit man6
mhfuitnno, as it is believed tint the
pcaeh crop is killed.
Kvti. Thomas hr.3 been nominated
forci'y marshal of St. Lull's. lie
was deprived of bis scat bv a Ir-rli
nicallty, although be was elected In
n good majority last spiins. The
democrats have nominated Cap:
Win. McClollan agtinst him.
Gr.M. IlL-.'SEi.r. A. Au3Bit. command
or in. chief of the Grand Army
passed through here ihis morninc
and in response, to inquiries by a
delegation of G. A. 1. men. who
met him at tho Union Station, said:
"I have made careful inquiries whih
in Washington in regard to the pi.
sage of a service pennon bill, mi l I
learned bi-yond ail qucf tion that such
a bill cannot p.ts-i. Tlic cast ns well
as the south will oppose it, and the
pension committee of the G. A. Iw.
after having spent much time ami
earnest efforts in favor of it, say it
cannot pas3. I am satisfied, liowtv
or, that a dependent pension bill will
pass within the next two weeks.
ij better that those who arc wek and
helpless shall receive help than that
all should fail, and that will be the
resu't if only a service pension is
Tiir. Philadelphia Inquiier is un
ju-t to Col. Jones, the gentleman
from S Lou's who touched off the
Clevilind boom at tho Southern So
cicty banquet late last Saturday night
to the nm-ic of "Home, Sweet
Home." It says:
The fire-eating Majah doesn't un
derstand the difference between i
Southern barb"eun and a New Yoi!
dinner, and he doisn't see that lie
Mn. Gr.o. Waoseh. who Is n ran
didatc for the probate Judg ihip Is onr
or mo tirst educated men in the com
miinlly, but ho need expect n; favor
from tho democrat patty. The Trih
tine ba3 had so much to siv r.bou!
the republican support of l'ho Ger.
mans, here is a chance to give a de
serving tierman a lift, but jour
voice uas not been heard.
Tllr. pai ers say that Judze Kunin
fli has tendered first deputyshlp to
If- T..11... I .1 ... . . .
omnia kunratll. n e liOliC II is
true for Julius made n gallant light,
and is in every way worthy of the
position. A, Into he Is quite a young
man yet, ho ma le the old boys movr
around to keep him from winning the
flgh', and the fnturo has rewards in
store f ir him.
Katk Ci.axton-, who Is quite a fa
vorile in tho west is having some
troublo with her handsome husband.
It seems that Kate got Jealous of him
Mid concluded to have him shadowed
liy a detective, whoso charges wcro
10 per day. When his bill for $30
cmo in It got Into the hands of the
husband by mi.takc, and he made
tho air biuo and tamo very near
knocking the dctcctivo into the next
Jouc's own I'lorld.i, he licinjj but
carpet-bagce r in Missouri, it is cus
tomnry at a baibecue for the nativ
to fill up on raw whii-ky and roasl
alligator and I hen turn in and veil fo
whoever the leaders mention. IJ'it lh
guests at tho Southern Society's din
ner didn't yell, n:id tho Majah Is in
Jt is due to Jones, who is a Colonel
and not a Majah, to say that, whilo
lie once lived in Klorida, he is n New
Vcrkcr by birth. New Voik World.
Tho Stats Treasurer Suspon-cJotl-
Gov. Francis to'-k charge nt the state
trcasuw'a office on list 1'iIJay after
noon for tho purpose of examining the
bonls of thu t if Ac- , during the time lie
rmpomlcil Treasurer J2J. T. Xnlmil.
The exainluatlo:i coiitinui'il unlll Tues
day evening, when the governor rtatcd
no fuspenueil tli trensiircr from i nh-e.
hi'ci upon the rilcoi v of iti-(m1ii
icXuhrUIi-a In Ids olliea. which fin dhl
ma cue to refer to, a a mire L-ninnli-ti-
rxamliiatlon may sliniv lb it they ,, uoi
oxUt, but theio aii;ieai-4 lo lie ii il. nVlr.
The Rovernor has appiihtia 1 a sp v d ex.
:iuiinm eoniinlltee, Cli u-Jos P.irsons o'
St. Loul", tVilll.im It. VhMi of K.msas
City and Finis .Mawhall nf Uiilonvllle,
to lyain no tuornui'hlf tln limu n,i
iiocomit i.f Mr. Noland's oflk-o. when.
m ilnulit, t.'ie fietn wli be in n!e kauwn
to tho people, ami until lint emnmittee
rcpoit the actual ficts will not lo
POST QFHiZB DEPARTlBl
WASilixofls, D.'C, February 1,
1800 Proposals will bo tccelved at
tho Coniraatt Olllco of this Depart
mcnt initi'ijp. m. of April 10, 1800,
for cerry!hTjlhc malls uf tho United
States iiporiUhc route's, and according
to the schc3lile of arrival and depart
ure specified by the department, in
tho Stale i 'of Mlssouil, from July 1,
180'), toVjiino 30, 1801. Lists of
routes, wtthschedulta of arrivals and
depaiturcsjf instructions to bidders
with formstfor contracts and bonds,
and all oUiijr necessary Information
will bo furnished upon application to
tho Sec'qtili Assistant Postmaster
General. S" Jonx W.vNAM.VKi:n,
D I R 12 C T O It Y
ELSTON, COL1S COUNTY, Mo.
Baptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Suiidaj'.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday!
congress approved July 12, 1S7G,
although their coiuugo was continued
for two years, total amount coined,
This unwarranted action of con
gress did more to depreciate silver in
the market than tli.it of the European
nations who discontinued the coinage
f silver, for it effectually stopped
the How cf the trade dollar to Asiatic
countries, a trade for v, tilth it had
been specially coined, causing a loss
;o our people of from 13 to 30 cents
on the dollar. The trade dollar now
sells for about 70 cenlson Ihc dollar,
but passes abroad for more than the
standard d-.illar both gold and t-il-
vtr com are rated according to com
modity value the stamp of govern
ment adds no value to a coin, but is
t-iktu as a gunrautci! that a given
coin con'r.iiu the number of grains
and fineness of gold or silver author
ized by tho laws of the country where
Since 1S73 something over S333,-
48. 1)00 simulant silver dollars and
about 5100,000,000 half, dollars have
been coined. The seinorasre. the
profit on coinage of silver to the gov
ernment amounts lo over 30 cents on
the dollar. Tho silver men demand
that this profit of tho government
shall be donated to tht in. A. B.
5,000 good ncllvo agents wnntcj nt once, cither
so, to liitrojuco Oils preat uotk. Hero la a
chai.ee for ou. .Any one can fell Ihc hook, no
tho whole uorM 13 Interested. The bonk will
contain n full account of nil of Stanley's ll.xplor
niiuns Hi .Vrlci, ana especially nt his Latest
K-cjic litio'i for the Itellef of Dnlii Her. About
t3) pages' nlet 100 .entirely new lllnlr.itions.
m.il'S, etc. Complete canvassing oul'lt with all
ln-tructloiij will bo mailed on rcrcl't of 49 cents.
l)n not ilolnj In wrlllnjr; onlsr o'ltllt anil cet
territory at onre. The only genuine new Stan
Kylrook out. .Vldrcss lloLI.OW.VY I'L'III.ISH
IXU CO.,t10Ot,re Street, St. Iiuls,.Mo.
H. Clay Ewir.jv, W. Q. Dillmsycr,
l'resl lent, cnlilcr
V. A. DMLMKYEn. Assistant cashier.
0!' JKL'h'HUSOX CITV, MO.
Do.'s a general hanklnir lmsinesi. HinsanJ
sell- l uim-Mie. anU t'nrrlgn Kvehai-.i-i'.' I'ur
nisa I 'ttcfs nt lQtroIuci!on ami rn-dit li Us
varioiM mrrv-randents. Aliens hus inoucv lo
loan Us customers. Allows Interest on time
ilepovis, bv ttCTecincnt, nnd ilcals In (iniern.
i.lent sunt", 'o mty, Jlutileiiml llmuls an. I high
ftra.b seeunth s. collections ni,nlc un Kurope
an eaies illrecl. ,
S. D. TUKNUH,
S. M. KLSTON & Co..
General Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine,
&c. &c. &c.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Tin ware, Furniture, Collins, lite.
Drugs and Grocciics,
Express mid ltail-Uoad Agent.
J. J. SIIRIKH.
Watchmaker and Jeweler. Ifcnalrlne
Promptly Uono and warranted.
CENTKHTOWN, COLE CO. MO.
Presbyterian, Third Sunday.
I!.jptht, Fuurth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
would bo an onnronrtato namo for the ncnurloufi. rrrnsni'nc? merchant whoso
aim seems to ho to sell ao few goods at as hlcli a nrico asnossiblcnnd who
Is conlinunlly growling about dull times and wonders why people do not'
nuy nts tuny, sncir-worn, moiu-cnicn biock. wo iect proud to know wc
do not come In this clas, and that our goods aro fresh, seasonable, hand
on,,,,, ,! .1t.,l.l., TI..I l.,t,l i.,,. nn I. - 1.
auiuu uiiii iiuoil Ulll . JLIlUb llini..:ui ui lijiii .u ocu UUIY I1IUV.11 Wv tnll tlvw
..n ... .(...1.. II. v ..lt,.1n I...-I.1 ' 3
IUI Ull III 1U ObUllJ IIUU lUtV IIIU IllllVIUVrill UUHUIU Ituiu fOUUB Ou
long liino and selling on longer time is what makes men poor. ' Uuyincr for
,.0. r.,,.1 Bnlllf l. I. ...!.. ..,!. .t..l. Uf.
t.u u.ni ouiiiii iui u?u is .VL1UI. lUiimo 1111:11 livif. 11 r, blUBb 11U llJUllfVBKO
no chattel mortgages, sell good, honest goodsj ask , ,
Oscar G. Burch,
JKl-l-EUSON CITV, MO.
Capital, $53,000. 'i - Surplus, $37,750.
i VV. C. Yoi-nb, ' ,f. 8. ri.i;jilN-tl.
J. (. Sfii.iTr.i'j ,lt:?.sr..V. Hr.suv,
Jacob Tanmiii. .f. It. Kuwaiuh,
I)n n gen -r.il uahllng liiil:ic', nuv at.d roll
rcirelaii nii'l I'O'iiesUo Ku-h.iiig", t'nlU"l --latci
iiunds an.! olV.T saourltles; .-ipvsiinls reeelio 1,
loam nuil illrrntmts in.i-.te ou ravomMe term.
I'r9iit nttertion given lo nil business culrutt.
et to il (are. 7
We do not know that any ono'of
tho able men in the republican paity
of tho Sixth congressional district is
seeding the republican nomination
for congress this year. We are ready
to support tiny one of them who may
bo nominated, for we know that all
of them arc worthy of tuppoit. We
desire, however, to htiggrst to the
republicans of the district 'or tin ir
con1 ideiation in connection with the
noininatirn for congress, the name
of P. D. Hnstain, of Warsaw. Ilentnn
county. Wo have not heard that Mr.
IJas'ain is eccking the nomination, or
tint he wants it, but we know l.im to
lo woitiiy of the honor ami qualified
for the olllco. Itu is a yiungmrm ,f
ability, popular and talentul, an clo-
D. H, Mntyra,
M. R. Sinks, f
Ci.-' JEFFERSON CITY, JIG.
John T". Clarka,
cm not nnnl Mm n.-.Ht Ic.w tn1.H.n 1 .,t
II- l' "HIHUIIS UI
the former to the latter. In Mahh i,,cnl f'PUfikcr. an ii.fiuential worker
il ,.r ti .1 1 1,
and one of the most earnest repub
cans in tho district. Central jlia.
Wu hope the Repiildieans of the
S:.-lh congressional district will noiui'
nalc Jir. llastain and tlect him.
Jri'ratsox Citv, Afo., October 23.
1880,, T, Leach, Esq , Cooper Hill,
Mo. Dkau Siii: Your favor of 1st
Inst., to hand, and contents dulv
noted. In reply will say that filver
certificates arc not a letral tender.
but arc receivable for I'utloa on im
ports and government dues", hence
pass current. People receive them
In payment of debts, not because
tlicy sv.'o couinclkd to do so, but
It is uisccplible of demons! ration
that the lepubllcaiis can carry Mis
souri at the. next election and secure
a majority in th- legislature. With
even a less ratio of gain than made
in tho past eight years the republi.
caiu would obtain a plurality in the
i'atj at large, and overcome the
fmall democratic majorities in tlic
closely contested counties. The sit
nation Is therefore sufficiently en
couraging to call out the hopeful en
ergy of tho paily in nli pans of the
Stall. Missouri ought to be a re
publican state. Her prosperity de
pend! wholly upon the maintenance
of the republican policy. It is a
caticaturc upon political piinciplos to
senu men to Hie national legislature
to vole again-1 her interests upon
fjss.ili.-i. d bc-nlimiut of thirty years
ago. Hut for the votes of represen
tatives of othr states who forco
upon her own senators and congress
men her liidiulrial interests would
be stricken chnvn and her prosperity
rudely arrested. It Is time for Mis
souii to break away, from the uast
and fall into (ho projtcssivo procu-.-
nion. Springfield Republican.
When It can ho Uono without too much
lneoiivcnlenco.wlie.it will "lvn imn ...
eulls If It U couked hefure feeding to 1I10
Oats can bo fed dry alternating, they
will give good results.
K tho log of tho fowls get scaly, rub
hlug llieiii wish lard ami krrusone, equal
:iil, will euro us udly. Tho best plan
U to -,' vo a sccoud iiniilleallon in a Wat 1
or ten On; v
I). It. MclNTYISi:, V. II. lilMlKU,
b. '. LUIIMAN, r. A. U'AKi:.
M. It. Sinks, J. It. Knw Anns,
L. 1. Goiidos. .1. 11. Dimtcus,
Call Siicelal Attention lo O-u-
liny and sell ."oroif,-ian'l l)ome t,o Kxr'i.inn
anil tl a general U.uikln IJusmet. I.vat.s ami
liitim.uu ni'i'leoa the i.iot lavOrahlj ti-i-ms.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
i 22t,vsV iiii.ii Tm:r.T.
V fine Lunch Counter run in ennncc
lion with thdValoou. where lunch can
be had at allltnur.
Tinware, Metal Roofing.
1 havk ox iiAN'i) rni:
St. Olair and Bollvillc
The very latest and-best sloves man-
uiacvureu, uiiiy warrii!tctl, call anil
Guttering, Upline Itod. Etc., at
the lowot price? tv d warrnnted.
iti"All repaliing neatly done.
108 West .Main Slvccf.
()ppiiiti- On W'n ks.
jnOH4l4. and Itf totrtnJtttttsi
lt m ! w i-an inaka tun I
,V muroU la thuw our h4 i
!f?T? nhn rtl- YOttf nrtrklinra
rlhnVn ef tIJ aJvcitiMncnl
mi. . tbt fmall and of Uio ui
about lli nrUlli .t of tit buikliH rnvd.fimhUtifUl,
.k. rroia tfrU to II 1 0 tjr l (hW iht (art,ivft)i.
lairicaca. Hallo Brtta kt .M vn lOMiial..
T. A. GREENUP,
Post Master and Justice of the Peace.
IVopr Commercial Hotel.
KNO PIGGISH FMOFITSIX
Dr. M. A.
MUItUAY & WEAVER,
A. A. CAMPHULl"
Prnp'r Hotel and Dealer in
fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
JOHN F. PLESSA,
Jliller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MARION, COLE CO., MO
TAG ART & ELLIOTT,
General Meichandlse and
OSAGE CITV, Cole Co., Mo.
Gtncral MercIiandibC and
Pine Whiskies, Wines audigars.
RONN'OT'S, Osage Co., Mo.
, .L. IJ. ,JJplLLOT,JVoprt'
Bonnnfs Mill Ilotci,
and agent for
W. J. Lcmp's Keg and Dottle Ileer
t'ACll-'IO RAILROAD TIME TAni.l-;!
.Vo l.Day Express... Atrives 1 :0D p.mS
Leaves 1 :20j).m.
No. 3, Through Express. An Ives 12;.
23 a. m. Leave 12:28 a.m.
No. 5, Local Passenger. Anlws 12::!ij
! m. Leaves 12;15 p.m.
N'o. 0, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a.m.
I.i'itves 2:11) a. 111.
M-clght, carrlfs pa'scngeis. Leaves 9.-S."
N'o. 2, Pay Express.... Airlvos2;IO p.m
Leaves 2:53 p.m
.no. J, tlliougli Express. Arrives 2:1(1
'" Leaves 2:10 a. in
.no. o, Local Passenger. Ariivcs 1:20
Leaves 1:10 p, m.
Freight, turtles passengers. Leaven -1 :10
Local passenger trains ii and 0 run be.
iw een St. Louts and Kansas City. Tim-e
iectloii3 of night train east. T.'sas ex
press, No. 0, has through chair car via
Lexington branch. I-Vce iceliiilng cluili
ears 011 all through (talus.
Trains leave Jefferson City at C:'i0n.
in., arriving at Aurora f).-:i() a. 111.
Itntiiriilus. will leave Ann., a at 11:30
p. 111., nrrtvitijf at .leffeijim ol,(- at 2.-.10
p. in. John J. Ciii'rch.Aj:!.
WjRMllnl3i Chair C 1:5
tt till! 9 1 nuns CITY.
1 Kansas Citv.
sin fs-v'ifir -t'c.v: -v.
CHICAGO & ALTONRAILROAD.
Oniulbns leaves Jeffoifon City, 7:30
a. m. every day except riimdiy, con.
necltng with thu train leaving Ccdnr
City at8t). m. nndwlih h makes prompt
counectlou nt Hesloo with all trains
going east, wet or north.
to become friends of the neonlo and do not add ton
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COME AT ONCE AND ASK POIi A TICKET.
ii Goods Co,
232 EAST HIGH STREET:
February 1st, fGQO.
Tho ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS 4 MANITOBA
RY and its branchs3 b came tho
BEAT NORTHERN RY. LINE,
II YOU AUK OOINC1
10 Till' nSKH I-'AHMHOl-'THE MILK
CHEAT NOItTIIEUN 11 Y . LINE.
TO THE OOl.I). STf.VTRn. POPPTO
IltON. and COATMIJTK8 of MONTANA
CHEAT NOIlTIIEIiN RY. LINE.
TO GltEAT I-ALLS. THE FUTUItK
IXDUSTltlAL O'EN'TltE 01- THE
GHEAT NOHTT1EHN BY. LINE.
TO HELENA, 1HJTTE, SPOKANE
FALLS AND THE COAST UITIF.B,
Git HAT NOUTHKHN; It Y. LINE,
TO FAIiOO, CHOOKSTON1, GRAND
FOKKS AND AVINNIl'EO,
'l Altr. THU
CHEAT" NQHTHEHN RY. LINE.
'10 ALL MINNESOTA. SOUTH DA
KOTA, XOIt'l II DAKOTA, MONTANA,
IDAHO, OIlEGON, WASIIINtrt'ON,
CALIFCltNIA and MANITOU.V l'olals.
GHEAT NOHTHEHN RY. LINE.
For tickets, niajis ami guides, apply to
your homo ticket agent or wiitn to
1?. I. WHITNEY,
Gen. Iii! an j Tirki-t ..;imt,
Orcit Nottlurii llulhvay,
."t- I'aul, MI1111.
Ss'rfihi fiiiKAT NouTiimts Railway
Iji.m: Hiiif Itt own Jlagmlleeiit Dlubij'
I'M, t'.ilm-o SIpi'Iiiiik' ('nr.', Hpocbd
Aljaitineiit fjari and Fn-.i IJolliiUtSlevii.
'is 011 Daily Tlinnigli Tr,alns.
Good Bargain for All
s. w. cox
REAL ESTATE AGENGY,
OFFICE ' OVER EXCHANGE BANK. '
Tho following Real Estate for Salo.
Mr. 8charna new three-itory brick build'
log, north tide of High.
Home of a. M. Matin, ou Mnior, between
Monroo and Adams. Price, JI,250. .
Kettcrlns'a now ilx-room dwelling, ilta
nto north sldo of High, between Lafayette
and Clicny. l'rtco, $2,000.
I.otj Nos. 938. oan, wo, on south aide ol
Dunklin. Price, ?300 each lot.
Flvo lota, fronting Sportaman parfc, on
it ct'arty, 61 feet by IDS feet to 20-f6ot alley.
Mm. Hclona Tlllman'a brick home oa
1 Iniadnay, between Malu and railroad,
CImlcs Mcaonness' now brlctfretldence
?.i IlRJ'..,,''vccn 'fyette and Cherry,
i nee, tv.oo.
,-I.r ?fEl?.'' l,''ee-to7 brick dwelling on"
VTS."ld0 '','1on. near Dunklin. Price,
'M'rt two-story brick dwelling on
cast tide Mndlaou.ncar Elm. Trice, tJUOO.
The old llogcra mansion on Water, sear
tho pork house, i'or terma enquire.
.,T1,o'icw two-story brick rcsldenej ef E.
Miiclalr on south side or McC'artr, between
Jt nil-soil and Washington. Price! f 3,000.
. rxk, ? MIHt's new brick rcaldence on.
I?, r!vM,B. 01 Mccarty, between Jelleraon
Itcfcldcni-o of Ocn.J. L. Smith, two-ttory
I'rli-k, lluu orclmrd, vluoyard and garden,
12 t-a acres (.-round ! one-half mile from city
Thn Tl.lnim. ...1.1 '
-"- irgiuuiitu ua xiiaiu, near
Jackson. Price. 2.250. 1 .
J0."?1''" lot?. on I"'n. Between Monroe
and Adams. For price cnimlro.
J"i"!?'? M1 m cast-half. 508 and 7
Si. ,'K,!jll,!n Jlarshall and Lafayette
also, lot No. M3 on McCarty. '
Si ";" tihttir FPnoLsTtaco
watch In th worlii! tttkd
uiriu a"rn ouniior cat,
'tirh Wtlt pan a.-.,.. AnA
'ft1! tO(irtlii with cur lirit
ui. n.itii, . 1 , r . .... .,. wait ,wi
nf. J Ha U to iliw w but w. land I pu 1. Ihc. lio rl y.o,
ln.n,l ond nnrlilt ,r, u4 iqu4 .bout jou tli.llw,)r,t..ulia
lii,.lu.blitri.rjtH.Iwhicli boM. fcrjf.rt Mb.nonc.ti.MMl.
nd Ihu. n. or. t.p.M. Wo pay .11 ipr.i, ft.lcht, fte. A tin
yoi know .11, If ,wo woubl liko to so to work for ui. yoo tin
m frora IVO lo UU )r wtek ood wotdl Ad4rM,
tuln.on Co., lloaaia, PpstlaBol, Uolaa,
Siib-dlvWoiis B, 0, 7, 8, 0, 14, 13, 10, 17 and
Ih or tn-lote J.'u. 0.W, .U. 632. U3f , 035, 839,
I routine :!) on l.alayclto, by Ki 1 1-3 daep ;
also, aub-dj visions 1,2.3, 4. 10. II, 12 and ltj
of In-lots .. tai. 31. 32. 31. 34 and 311 : lota
1 . -. ,1 and 4. rrnntfrtf. in r nn rn.v.w hv' .
I ltiS-tl Inches deep; lots 10. II, 12 and 1,1,
routing 10 feet on Jllllcr by 1069 tnches. '
Oiit-lots 17, 23 and 21. I'or terms enquire t
each lot contains J acres.
fitr.iucl Hiiilmastcr farm, Callaway coun
ty ; 120 acre. 832.50 per acre.
If. P. Lackharfa farm, Callaway county;
70 acres, tj' 15 por aero.
Thomas Farmer's farm, Callaway county t
220 acres, i s aw inn. '
' tR' W Farmer's farm, Callaway county:
Bo acres, yjo per acre. '
It. AV. Farmcr'i farm, Callaway county?
1 Nacres. ?I5 por acre.
ioovw;."J'771.,M.farm' 0-"IW,3r coua,-'
Ilammen farm, two and one-hairmllcs east
of Jeneraon City ; 10o acres, 1W acres in
cultivation; good bulldin-s,' orcliarvl and
m ROSES. JsEED??
tliMS 1VK11I5 frOlt TIT it u5ay? MMIed'SMI-tS0."!?
BLOQMlMa nnsna tsna nV.JPIft!'TIFULl, ByeR.
it !, . i Ir i"-'u "Riit yellow; Terr
... . r"," anrleot voiinw.
to eerr j.iircliMtr. a, ' JT,
everr pnreliMr. , ' iii
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