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SPECIAL THA.I2ST.
Xook out for the Gars
All aboard tor Xo. 37.flain Mt.
Wustlem the Breaks at
.MAM PAULES
WA AIIK ALL (iOlMi THRUM
Every ISmly Hushing lo
Cliiltlrt'ii ory lo gu.J
The reason Is that Goods ran br
uouuiir uiKAPftn Tiii'iti:.
than at utiy otli.r llc.iur iu the L' nlti-l Slates.
STOP aTxo 37, j
In rya cn buy Clothing at Red iced Pilces
(.'all and see the genuine
FRANK PAULE.
rTMir. Hern rf this sketch has just tecrlted the
i. largest and belt selected Hock ol i
Client- Furnishing CiootlM
that eras ever offered to the loyal ciilscn, of
ST, CHARLES jVTO.
FRANK PAUX'S
la the place don't go to any other tcware of
Imitation If you want
A COAT AND TROUSERS
lo which to ttand up and promise to lore, cherish
and oley aomc blushing damsel, or a iult to lay
this body when it hai "shuttled off thli mortal
coll" which it equivalent to love, cherish and
obey 00 TO
Frank JPautCs.
(This is no "goak")
a-o to S'o. :it
Ut the latest fashioa plates (Uy telegraph eji to
F It A X K J' A V L K S.
For a perfect ft or m ay,
Gro to To. :tr
for business suit. In short, ro to
FKAVK PAIILE'U
for all kind of clothing of the Uti- stjlcr, and al
such prices that you cannot aud will not refuse
'JTy
Don't JPiihh iSo. iV j
a ( 2".oo now in: store and wnsi..i,iiv
CTTSIIJ 'I'll" J uuui.j iLUituv rr"i
ielti'.rr!.. I
Xow is the time to yet Marrains.'
Phmt-rinK t!- u-UUuv th- hmn '.-..und !
thf "Instil h. 1 ! 'f for
f?J a -Sri- aju
Augost 31 1-t f, ni')-h: j
.. '
II. PKOtHET!
Dealer in
.i:vi,Liti
CLOCKS AMI
FANCY GOODS.
A!ro, M.'inuliieturer of
HIIVJSRi AVaVTlli:,
No. 1) Nurlh -t tli street,
tOppnsltd the Poiirt House) .T f.OL'lS, MO:
toy I'rceistts Slonos tastily rei-et and
Watches and Jewelry t-killfully repaitcd
June I, ttA
FRUIT A.0
Omaftiental Trees.
Till.' ttniltmlgncd has now n hir-oand splendid
variety of Fruit diI Oriuniu'iilal Tn r, at thu
old stand flx and u half tnllc ou.t of'i'rny, and
onn and a'ralf uillos v.itts of Moscow mill,
His fruit Is varied un 1 of lliu
ntT iioit: ki.i,
and being r.ocllinatod t this soli, tho char.c for
its llvlr.LT U a iiundiud ncr tint icreatcr than that
brought trnm a distance, at,d Mill sell Ham all
she fillnwiiis pricos.
Ii.d'yenr old tness 10 cnts or tW rer '('(','
Jwo jcjroM lili cents.
Fir Hirer ycur old H cents.
Hiw 13 v rj?,rc
are of fine riseaml of the tirli.it k.'aii mi ii
tho While, Scotch, ami Bta'iit Anifrui ?
Norway .-'.nice, miaoi fir, as.l t?. ..a.r..u,i
Arborvita. He pells at low frit. r.J M i
mg to buy will do sll f. ivira ci1. ?ir
further particulars, aiflv a' '' mtj w
' AVLKT? if. fi"'r.r.
Dec. 29 1SI(5.
Filial Scttlemrnt'
IVTOTICK is henby giirn to all r'nos
lied that tho undersized admin .tr-r .
a oi'.ir
.r -.r th
partnership e.tuto Ol nanaeeann imnn, t..i
rnkc a Final settleiuent of his adrtir.'.tratim ' f
said estate at the next November urm of 'Ml
Lincoln i-.iunty Court, to bo bcjriiii and 1,-H ,',
Troy eu Monday Iho ISIh day of November MW I
IVAl.I.ALI. ,-. Ill '..-
Oct. .' 1805 nil 4w
vimmisir.nor
Final Krttleinrnt.
NOTIOl. la hereby ghui tn all persons iulcrest
ed that tho uiolirsiitiu'd aduilul'trator de bo
nus non on the estate of llirkhiad and Hancock,
the formi r htiui; dcceaicd, will make n Final set
tttraeiit if his ail Lil nl.t tn lloti of suid estate at He
next Not ember turn -f the I.lniul'i eounty t'ourt
tii be In gun and held In "troy on Monday tho IStb
lay nfN o ember Ir-M l.A.tJ II. OWINS,
October i, IK'rt nil lw Administrator
dPlio 01l
OPE.
(-un Shop
.l
The uiulcmi
ned
di-
has opened u shop
etlv' Jn'th'o rear of the Stove
i .ban in ' Troy. !:& be is
now
bet
knmi, .ml in make and r(i1r i'l t ie
manner il '''"""
..1. ihu .l.r..! nati.ee. EVtr'ybhd.V who waul
my Iblug In my Hue is uspeftrully m
, me a call, Truces' made r tspalri
led lii
Jul 5 letfi i-"
LYNOTT and KEMPER,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers in
Tin Ware,
Stoves,
PLOWS AND LIGHTNING RODS,
MAStr.icTnnER op
Copper, Tin Aiid Shftt Iron Wire
flutters', Lightning Hods and Spouting
put up in the country nt abort notice, nd all
kinds of JoMdiittiromllv attended lo. Sneclal
ml prompt attcnti'.'n paid lo all order .
WIODUCE TAKEN
111 Kxc lian RC fof Work:
All klnda of Itage Dought
Cuuntrv merchants will find It to their advent-
!( t eatl and examine uiy goods and prices bc-
rore purcuaslng clsewiicrc, as 1 am acicrruineu 10
SELL AS LOW-m
as can be bought in Saint Louii.
0ppr, I'twlcr and Lead
Taki'ii in exchango for Work.
April 27, ISfifi. n!8tf
Wenl.villc Hotel.
K. k i. UIERKER. Proprlclers.
This in a new lintel with largo and pleasant
rooms, with aa good accommodation aa at any
city hotel. The table i supplied with the beat
the market affurd, and the tar with tlio ehoieeat
wines and liquors that can be lound.
uug. 24, no 35,
r7h. HUDSON, Auctioneer.
POST nrncK ADDRESS,
Aug. 24, n 35 lw
j. ji. nouRisox & to.
UEAI.K113 IN
REAL Lares, French EMBROIDERIES
iUUUO.N.S, VUES8 TRIMMINGS,
Hosiery, Gloves, White Goods,
French and American Corsets,
Zephyr Worsteds, dc.
No. ,11 North 5th street ST. LOUIS
.In no I, lff'i) n23 p.iu
New Jewelry Store!
nOOGIIF.lt BROTHERS,
No. ftS South 5th street, St. Louis,
i fb'outhcril Hotel,)
Hareo,..nclal.,r and beautiful assortxent'of
j in . n i..i4
matches. Jewelry
buyer and I'latvd arc,
Fanry Goods, Pocket & Table Cutlery
T 11 1fUU
(sOMJ 1'hiNS,
?ieclnclcti, E.vc-CJIavCM, At:
Aii of which they will sell at exceedingly
T, 4 fcj
Ol'll H Alt'UfcB
Arn unsurpassed as Time-Kccptts
.....
Wl H 1.1.1. I
I'ino mid of tin: latest naltern.
!r'K SILVER WAi'E.
,.'L'
Our own niatiiil'ui ture and pure.
New Jewelry vuulo to Order.
FrccSoiiN Stone iScticl.
llci i piactiral Walchnukcr., wo pay particular
iittrtitimi to tlio repairing of Watches oi' 'ill do
tcni'tioiii'. lllHKiHKr. llllliTIl Kit?.
Jj .uiilh Mb strri't.Suutherii Hold lluiMIng,
.Iuiid I lS'nl i.'.'U .iu
I.. U 31 II ER YAK Dm
ASA N. OVERALL,
tTirmeily P.. II, Overall and Brother.)
ST. CHALKS, M
"VXJOVliU most rrspei'trully inform tho cltlzeni
f Troy and of I, inculti county, that he kci'pi
a lino n4..uritiH'nt of
suitablo I'orlioiMobuil ling.t carpentirs work, also
Shingles, Paling. Laths,
Sash, Jioors and Blinds.
Thoso hi nant of Lumber would do well to glv
inu a (.all, as I can sell Lumber (delivered at any
point on the Ilallroad) at lower frgnre than tho
siuue article can be bought in i?t Louis and
freighted. My customeis may rest assured that
&ny orders they may favor mo wills, will receive
the attention und promptness, as if they were to
visit tn personally.
.nine n, ir-oo ;i ly A n uvr.iuLL,
AL.EX. IvKITCH,
APOTHECARY & CHEMIST,
C-.r J'ln.'iK xtA Ktrieu,
.-.T. UJUM, no
I Ml1 OUT Ell OF
int. t '.''! aad T',i! Artl'les
H"r..Mt fas:riiist
f.ia I lW 7(i
"Tlic Old St. Ii arlcsW
Again in Oeration!
7h iiadrlrnd wiatd .sictfullr inform the
tlut h ft uvr rrerartd to fill orlers for
pf.ot f;, t.'1V,YV Jt tlV.AU in any iiantiry
ir.d srill -mntee sa! ftctloo.
t.l nut r'irantee sa: itciioo. uricrs wui im
atrsa'isul ir, r.r'.mrtlr. The hlxheit market price
rlf f,f waett. Ti
fa id f'.r
rerrcs itrictlr rB.
jr. a. mt i rr 1 1 n
31 p4d
A or II, IW,
If, MI. Curtis.
(.Su'eessor to fit irrllt and Mason,)
Ubolcsale and Retail Dealer Hi
F'tirnittirc & TJctltllnpr,
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
lletwien ,-ecniid and Third Mreets,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
dune h IMn pji p7m'
A. J. ur.it Mil AW.
ncaxH Founder and Pump
.MAKER. 82 North 3rd Street,
NcirPii.l oaice, LOI.'ItJ, Mo:
ilr.iss Woik of all ileseilptluni lor Brewers and
Disllllcis
Hrais, Wood and Imn 1'liuips of all sites prices,
tl.n, lrr. W.iiJ jnd I ud pipe
'un lift rCV iu
J. HHGHT,
DEALKU IW
Staplel and Fancy
DRY GOODS,'
BOOTS ' SHOES, HATS &
CLOTHING
AND
CAPS'
'GEOCERIE S,
c nirini tt
ST CIIARLLS. M0-
Opposito North Missouri Railroad Depot
Juno 1, mt Dli ly
P. II. HISHOP & SON.
Manufacturer! of all klndi of
VINE G A HI
Such ai
ITMrt VTi'im, Cidtr, and all ekoict Family Brand.
Ficrotr
Corner of Julia and Virginia Streets
Oppoilta Pacific Railroad Machloo Shop,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Jna I, 1866 nSS p7m
H, F. neper ir C.
Dealers in Staple and Fancy
-".GEOCEEIES,
AVIiKS & LIQUORS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
No. OS Main street ST. CUARLK3, Mo.
Sells Of cheap as o.m 'bo bought in ft. Louis.
The cititens of Lincoln county aro invited to call
and eiatulnn our nock and prices:
Jo.no 1, 1SC0 n33 p"m
HERMAN JOHANPETER'S
FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
n ,,,, S1M, ... ... ..,
Si. Cliarlcw.
rpim mulcrsiffiicd would rcsprctrullv'nform the
,L Mtn'" fry "J"1 LliKoln comity, that bo
v . I,, cnn.tantlv on mod. un c'.tiin-
tTa.
ncs, which he wll.
Sell at Hie Lowest SI, Louis Priccss
lntrnnh JTnmn. lrnmi fititnri. f
V - - '
He wUhc.i also to Inform tho publli' Hint lie now
manufacturc.4 the greater iiortiuu ol this furulluie
himself, und cm thticforu nariaiit .ill articles I
to i., suUnd .u.a dumhu-.
Always un hand, Mctullc Colllim, of Iho vn-
runs rtylcs of tinlsh, will be kept constantly at
I'm Inwc.'t rato of rrice.
f,. Itnlles.varti'-citnriiltiMitlnn In his nssurtineiit
of richly ornamented WAHDIIOUKS.
In durability nnJ excellence, ol material and
worxiniinsnip nia lurnnurc i nm inicricr to liny
to In found here or elsewhere; nnd in proof of liu .
conddencu ofllicic f.icts he will warrant,
All iierjons duirnus of nurehaslns aro rconcsttJ
to give him n call beforo purchasing elsewhere.
II: JOHaNPKTKII.
Walnut, Mnpln and nil kinds of seasoned lum
ber wanted, for which tlio markot prlco will bo
paid. Juno 1, If 0(1 u23 pirn
E J ACCAR0 & C"d.
Corntr of -1th and Olive tltcH, under Uio Everett
House, ST. LOUIS MO.
MOLESALE DK.MKUS IS
60LD& SILVER WATCHES
of all tho celebrated makers
Mounted and unset.
Jewelry ot' all the most fashionable styles
Silver Ware of their own manufacture.
Clocks, Bronzes, Vases,
Toilet (irnamcnts, towel Caskets, Work Boxes,
Fans, Combs, Jewelry, Silver and Hair
work made to order. Precious stones
reset and Watches skillfully repaired.
Strangers visiting St. Louii will fl-.d this one
of the handsomest stores in the city, and will at
all times receive polite attention, whether they
witn to nurenase or not.
June I, 1MB Mt 7m
GILL & MURPHY,
(Successors to Gill ti Brother,)
' Importers. Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers In
. '
iiiuprislng, In part, Hloves, Hosiery, Cravats,
M.irts, rihoulder Braces. Carpet Bags, India
huhber Uoods, llalr Nets Collars, Bosom,,
uinoreiias, ac.
,A'cs 05 Xorlh Main tlrect, SI. LOUIS
pBr Country dealers are especially Invited to
examine our iioaa oeiore purcnastng:
June 1, 1868 n23 7m
Sanfofd and Wells,
Successor of
x.. W. TOOLY & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
CHINA, GLASS & QIIEEXSWARK,
No. North Main Street,
Between Pine and Olive, ST. LOUIS MO.
Juno I, IGCtS n2S p7ut
CoHlii makinir. Biitrrv and
Hack Repairing.
THE undersigned aro now prepared to mako on
tho shurtcst notico
Cojjlns of all descriptions.
Buggies and Hacks repaired .on the shortest
notice, nith good timber, A on reasonable terms;
Paining cf Wagous'and Buggies promptly at
tended to:
Shop a few rods west of Mr Fooniclott storo
aad opposite N Simons Paint Shop:
MOIIK A CO:
Au:uU ?, IH ;2-p;m
STATIONER'S WAREHOUSE.
Wholesale HtaflMei. Uookseller Prin
ter, Blank Book Manufacturer
ASD DI1LI IN
BOOK BINDEU'8 MATERIALS,
SI. Lonlii, Me.,
Ot'R customora can rely upon obtaining coods
at the lowest peaaiblo rates thaasarket will af
ford! aad whilst wo shall not be Influenced by the
prices (or supposed prices) of other houses In tha
trade, we shall, notwithstanding, giro our cut
tomers tho benelt of all reductions, made either
at home or abroad, and feel confident we cannot
be undersold, except through tho medium oflnfe
rtr or eparlona article,- 'This result wo aro ena
bled to obtain by pwrehasinsi all our foods for
rash, direct from tho manufacturers, and by hav
ing a connucmiai ageni in new vora, wiioso
knowledge of the markets cannot bo excelled.
Our arrangement. with the Eastern Taper mills
are such us to enable U4 to oiler paper nt vciv
small advanto on manufacturers prices, and we
know our rates are lower than any other house
In tho West.
We keep for the accommodation of our custom,
ere a supply of YYcbsters Elementary, Mcfluffy's
Eleetic, Metropolitan and Hastn's spellers, and
Websters fioclfors nnd Dcflnorsi Wobsters Dlotlon-
kres, Mcriuffy's Klcetlc (Old and New Series) Ban
ders', Metropolitan nnd Christian Brothers' 1U
dersi Mitchell's,, Olneys, Smith's, Oolton and
Fitch's and Cornell's Ocographiej; Ray'a, Davlca'
and Cnlburn's Arithmetics; Wilson's (Juarkenboi,
and I'rcdcts Ancient and modern Histories:
Smith's and Urccao's (Iramniar's, l'ayson anil
uunion s epeneertan ana plain copy tooas, anu
other standard School Books.
. Wo will fill any orders for Types, Printers Ink,
Books. Periodicals, or any other articles which
can be shinned with ohr coods at the lowest rates
at wdicb tney can bo procured in toe city. , ,
To Insuro goods being sant correctly, be parilo
dlarjas to description, and designate the route ol
shipment preferred. All goods,, will be packed
with great care, tho uclual cost of cases and car
tage only being added 'n the bill. We do not In
sure gouds unless specially directed to do so.
Orders from tho country prom'Mly filled. Send
for a catalogs lu JOHN J. DALY,
Stationer, Printer and Blank Book manufacturer,
Southeast corner Fifth and I'ino streets,
may 4, 1866 Bui SAINT LOUIS;
Juscph llogy.
M. Fry.
BOGY & FRY,
at
fc Forwarding
commission
MERCHANTS,
Not 17 S. Mala & IS Commercial Sis.
EXCHANGE BUILDING
s.i r i.ot is.
AtlKSTH FOR
Cniit! Flisur Mlllst ami othi r llruiulh.
February S 1800 n six limp
C I T Y
DRUG & BOOK
STORE,
Main
Street, Saint Charles
Mo..
(iippoaito Kllni r,i Mill,)
ilRi T- I.. KIVESj
HEALKr. IN
mmi wimn, paints,
Oil, Dye Stuff, lia in ih
A.2STID OO.A.L OIXsl
ALSO
Books and Stationery.
g u n g and pistols.
I an now receiving a well 'selected stock of
GUNS, PISTOLS & AMMUNITION
At my Drug and Book Storo, opposite Klingor'3
mill, un main street, St. Charier, which I will sell
LOW VOlt C IS1I, I Invite attention lo
my stock. T. L. HIVES.
St. Charles, may 4, 1600 8m
EMPIRE SAW WpRKS.
Established in 18Bl
CURTIS AND CO. MANUFACTURERS OF
Patent U round, and every deieitption of war
ranted best refined east steel Saws. Works Main
above Florida street. 09co and salesroom No.
O Olive street, Bt. Louis. Prompt and cnroful
attention given to repairing) Saws.
gents lor Stone's Patent Saw Gammer, pro
nounced by practical sawyers "the best In use."
Patent Cross Cut (Dreg) Sawing Machines, with
which aa ranch cord wood can be cut by two men
with two horses, aa ten men can chop In same time.
It is equally advantageous for getting out staves
and single blooks. Prices $113 aadfliO
ma; 4, 18ot 8m
J. F. TORREY fc CO.
Wholesale and Retail dealers tn
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
rcnouicais tueap ruDiications;
No. 10 N. Fourth st. opposito tho Court House,
St. Louis, Mo.
Orders from the conn ty promptly attended to,
unu luiKvui-is as quica as uy any otner bouse in
St. Louis.
aprlll3, Vm
New Grist Mills.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST, WITH BOit
ing Chest, Elevators, Smutters, etc, all on una
floor. Portable, any good man can put them up.
aoieasr mills
Foi ono to four horse power, lust such as every
farmer wants, sli4po and cheap.
Mil Stones. Butch Bultlna- Cloths, and all klndi
of Mill Furnishing, Leather Belting of our own
manufacture, Rubber Belting, etc.
t. I.oula Mill I'u'rnlahliit; Manufacturing
Company. 0. 4 W. TODD .V Co.
Ltnay 4, ihsn. Hmj' Proprietors.
ii, R. hfiur,
Dealer in
DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS,
OILS, DYE STUFFS, ETC.,
0pp"iitii the Tourt lie hit,
l'ebnwiy V I'.M o, h i
St. Clurlif, Mo.
VVATCHES !
A IiARGK STOCK OP
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
AMERICAN, ENQMSII AND
SWISS WATCHES
OP TUB BEST MAKERS,
Wholesale & Itte al.
i
JEHtJE SYLVESTER,
No. 88 North Main 8treet,:8t. Louis, Missouri
December 12 1865.
SLIGO IRON STORE,
268 North 2nd Street,
V
ST. LOUIS.
Kcopr constantly on hand till aizoa
of
IRON & STKKIil
of the best quality and
Lowest Prices for fash.
All workers of Iron and Steel are cor
dially' invited to glvcourbranda a trial.
Tho neat It the Chcaptai.
jan'y 1J 1888 (JEO. D. MALL.
nKORtat: c. Kiinuot t.ii
DtiALKR .hV
, .. .
. .1 IF X It A W U 0J O II i,
AT WHOLESALE,
tlLitV1'1 ,',,,lis'
.j "
o. aMiucns. I ir, p. unmix. i,,t. a tn.i.n
ANIHIKWS, II. Mi I! IS & CO,
An. 'ill Smith (.'niiiiinifl.il Slir-t.
St. Bs4tlis.
(P. 0. IJos, 'J.'!8S.)
it r: I' r. it u v r.s.
Third Nn'lonnl It-nii.. i l. !,..iii.
Miclianli'i' Ihuik.r-'l. I.' iii..
Kramer, Inl'i A (',., K.
Ii. (' II, ml', I'liii-iiin iti, I'lii".
I. W. Kir.idir, Ciniioii.il!, I'lni
T. Iiilbliis. L'-.. I'ioiI.. Illli..ii.
Judgn J. K. Furs, t-Vd.ili i, .liissiniii.
r-'titii.inl and.Slajb.nl,, Sen (iilear.
I.llu ial mil iiiirt .s made mi Cum-Inini'iib
ii.iiy 1. It.".n t.n
I,. J. CI.AIIIi. J. T. OVKIIAI.L,
IsAltli A OVIIK ILL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 27 Washlulou Avruue.
(lht, M.im w:l .V,,,,,,,) ST. 1.1)1 ' IS.
fI'lll'l.' I, r.itentlon giviti In the f.ilo of I'ulton,
Ol.i-af iiiid iininiir.icliiri'd 'J'lJ icci', tin. In no, I
country I'loiliicc Onlrn f.r r.ll km l of nnv
clmnillse pronii tly Klliil. may I, Itfifi. mJ
T R O Y
IB O T K f7
II Y
G. AM M 0X1) iC- CO.
Ti.t. I I....U- ..I 1 i i...
-"--" - v iientiiii a letter m loliio. Ilrothcr, Suitli
been refurnished und Is now open uml Uady to West ooriier '.'d an I Vine siieet... St. I.nnls. .Ml
rccj lvo tin. IraielinK publl". eo.iri, will be rem l.v mail II f pn-ti-L-.
Boirding by thu day or neik on re.isonablii 1 "
terms. atniir, i,l.'i.',uu,
F. II A PI4 K ill K V K II ,
113 X Hh St. Cor. Tine,
ST. I.OMS, os
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Hearth Buffs',
winaovo toiades
' Ml, WWW IVIIIllMil)
January "S"'
JOHN W. DAVIS,
Forwarding fc CoimnisMion
3 MERCHANT;
itumber 75 North Second Street,
, (Del, Olive and Locust,)
SAINT l.ntfllR. uisuorm
Orders for all kinds Merchandise filled promptly
Deo'.' 29 ISfli
Mercantile Library Hall.
A, Js NOBLE,
DEALER IN
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
PLAIN AND DECORATIVE
l'ctpar Hariffiiifs,
-No. 4 iMortli x-itt it at. M. J.oni'-
I
June' I, n23 p7m
HE1TIRT & flillici,
5 Manufacturer!) of
F U RKLPRE;
'AuJ dealers in
ItiATTKASSLS & LOOKING ftLASi'KS,
, No;i80e!S Broatlw;ay,
Juno.l, I860 pTm ' ST L0t'T;', MO
REDMOND A -VI SS,
D5aiers"iiiall Hn'ds of ' "
PINE LlulIUEK, LATH, SHINGLES,
I'lllngs, Doors and Bash,
A.1 Vei'y Low 3?rices,
I.umlier V...1 l,i 1ia nn. nr is a!...!.,.. .......
1 the North Missouri llallroa Pepot
Jiune I, !''. iii pTm
'AN0F0R0 G. SCARRITT'S
NEW
FURNITURE
WAREROOMS:
No. 44 Market fllrtat, Kear ut Street,
St. ErOUiS,'ItIISeUri,
rpnK undersigned has just opened a sun..i
X assortment of Furniture, cohsistineln nasi r
i a parsei
PARLOR FURIMTtRE
i
Sofat, lntrt Tahiti, Chair,, Ac.
linlntv Hoom Furniture,
I
Extension Tables, Gldobosrds, Cominon Leaf
I Table, Chairs, Ac.
BED riOoM FURNITUnE,
7 dtifovh,
i Jin reu us, Wash
Stands, Mirrors,
Bedding, Mattresses,
j'ilhws, .Bohters, cIV.
Together stiih a
Of elegant minoii A- ni?d!iini fumllure, nhuh
ho will sell nt the very lowi jl prici s,
Vlliolrxale and Retail.
liming obtained tho most experienced ami l.-i
1:ii-Lci .r r.sriiltiirv In tlu-i llv, riistntiii-t. rn:i- ,
lyupm. tlii lrg Ub. lns pnekrd us they ah", f ,
be. Having no partniis will, ,:.i i"
pruflts, nnd e..ini.1.lili,y ., ,s,,.,fl, ,
w Ih uneqiialed ta,liii,v, hu ,,, ,.i ;
LIILAI. Call rod .
SANl nltO ,1. MJAUltlTT,
..ii. ii iii.il ki r .tn vet.
January III lsor,
Moore and Paul,
iatloUal Unbhrr1 Maniilae lunns (.
.tii.1 .,ii i ,-.
Whol' ilj .upI ri'lnii it itluj in emy lartvti
India lititthcr Uootls
I'nr lirugKi.l., .-itiiJluin r', ,li m-h-i., '.,n,y
NO. tl'J North ftdi Html, M. ri-.r;t.!c- Llbrarv
l,..!l.ll .... ., ... '
..uiiiiiiij.-, ii-i'i ss .oriu .Minn jticit,
" mi-i. n. .viioi.k.
1. ii"iIAl I il l j -js , B.fll ,N
.li:i:c 'i'J IHM 1,27 ly
JULIUS H, SMITH & CO.
W Hii.l.l,i: JiillRUUM IN
I llllitlK A, SSI.'S'TI. Sl'sittl-ISIL'I-.,..-.
" " -..v . .. iiomuin,
, No: ,tl Walnut Street, Sf. I.OHI.
Juliii II. .-iiilih. late Ccrlhold Smith . I'o.
I'lipt. Ilioi. .lolin'oii, stp.irilio.it prniitittor,
I.. Milt.iiii-.i, !ir.
Juii" l-.nl nil p7m
ITCH! ITCH!!
BAXiT Si-1 SALT
t TCH ))
RHEUM! Vo fiJ RHEUMI
Will cure the 1ICU or SALT JtBJSUM.
Tn a few iihiillcatioii.. It nl.'n mis praiile
fS-rKlilier, Cl.f 1 i-iin-s. I loci. ,.i.. nil l.niplioiHif
tin- I. in H he, ,i r i-i iitcilti.- Ii'ivc li-rii tiled in
lulu, i iiro" m dily nnd Ihoiiiiiglily, Price in
","x' ".v I'" "ilsl . I!y I,w
limim'l llinilll t IT111 nntt a aur
Al.lIM IHiUll im!j lUlM M
111 ItTlIR Ii:r PKTI'AL.
OFFICE. NO. 28, MAIN STIIEET,
11 A NX J HAL, MO.
Authorized Guaranteed Capital,
''"in rnJi iiinllf I.. 11. .1.1..,- .,:. I .1,,
,..A-. .
BY FIRE ft LIGHTNING!
OEFICKKS.
.T. T. K. riAVWABl), l'lCMlluilt.
Amos J. Stim.wki.i., A'iuo l'reiitlen:.
Josiah Hunt, TiciMircr.
sT. N.' Stronu, 'curutnry.
C. N. SiiiONd, Uoncral Ajront.
April 27, 180li. nl8 8m
ifew Wholiaale Drug IIoiini'
SCOTT ft MELLIER;
fJZfiSXS"
FRESH GOODS & LOW PRICE?
FOR CASH.
YY
jr. have In storo and arc dally rcudi
large nnu inn aiorulllllI 01 all SUCH II
usually kl Jit by
Wholesale Druggie
To which we call tho attertln,of
APOTHEl'AFIES & fJEN'Elt IL DE
KnS IN THE COUYfRY & CITY.
Oar sintlrc stock was bought when prices wera
At their Lowest & Gold at 130,
Thereby enabling us to defy all competition.
lltiycrs wlU do well to gtvo ns a cnl'
, Scott f Mfj.likr,
I No. T13 North Main st; St. Louis
January 20 1 SCO n5 six tn.
, CHARLIE'S
esi jn. TT j eXJB eXJs 9
t. harlei, MIS80U1U
n. A. T.WJAHT, Proprietor.
Tills popular place of amusemant, Is lo.'aled di
rectly opiHiiitu the Railroad Ilepot, uud is sup
plied with the best Wine, Iilijuor and licer te
! fvatt'l in the market ' June I, l"W ISpi

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