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Clrealt Clerk....,., ArH. MaBtiu.
i i fVri.Moitsv,
Coaatv Court Justices J Miltox b. Lovau,
(8. T. IxoniM.
x Ccaaty Oliik F. 0. 0as.
Sheriff. m.muii'm .....JS. R. WooLroiK)
Imiinr i. P. Wtxo. '
"''Assessor J- K. Canton.
t Csaety Surveyor.. C Dowmwo
School Commissioner J. M. MoLei.U.
COURT IN LINCOLN COUNTY.
CitctiT COtst--eend 'Monday la Ap tl and
? Vearta Mcantcy la September.
CesatT CocaT Seocad Mondays In February,
May, Aegnotantt November.'
I t in, i
Mafea a or suit.
rorWrtghtClty.dally (eaeept8undny)at4.S0 a M
Loot Branch', Mondays... 8.00
Abura,Tuee., Tears., ant., ..n.oo
Ashley, Tuesdays and Frldayt 6.9
Oap-au-Grlf, Wednesday 0.00
Truiton, Friday .,.1.09
The malti clou at 9 o'ctoek oa tat evening
previous to their depsrtures.
From Wright City, dally (aaeept Sunday) S.0 r M
toit Branch, Monday t.00
Auburn, Tuei., Thuri. and Sat', t'VO
Ashley, Wednesday I and Saturday!. .. 8.00
Cep-au-Orls, Wednesday 8.00
Troxton, Frldayi 6.00
B. CHUMP. P. M.
Witt. II. Youxo, An't P. M.
LOCAL AND COUNTY.
ftCBUWU.--J. P. Lynot baa removed
hit Tin Shop into the building cist of the
Town Spring, and in the room adjoining
the ooo occupied by A. R. Finloy aa a
collar factory, where be invites his old
frteoda and customers to call and ace him.
A good assortment of cual and wood
atovea for sale cheap.
Cheap Ltldc 'I lie attention of oar
readers is directed to the advertisement
in the Herald, beaded "Homes in Mis
souri." Good land at from 92,50 to 810
per aero. Thousands of young men who
.are spending their time and money in fool
ish aaiuaomonU about the aiiloons and
on the streets, had better .invest their
stamps in a 40 or 80 acre tract of land,
. and go to work. Read advertisement.
MY. IrewalHK'a Parish. -Under thi
Vitleahe New York Observer is publish
sag a serial story, to run through a large
part of the next volume. It is written
by tho author of the prize tale, "The
Puritan of 1863," "Win and Wear,"
' "Girding on the Armor," Ac. The story
'will commend itelf to ministers and all
'religious readers, by it high literary
cbaraoter, its decidedly evnngelical toue
arid-spirit, and its grand object to illus
trate the wonderful workings of Divine
'Providence in defence of the right and
'bringing to naught the counsels of the
wicked. All new subscribers. get the
The Phi etiological Journal for De
cember, the last of volume forty-eight,
contains a great variety of interesting
matter, illustrated and otherwise, of which
the following is a sample : Henri Roche'
.forte, editor of the Paris Lsntcrue ; Dr.
Praneis Williamson ; Fran Marie Simon
and her work on the battlo-fl Id; Arch
bishop Manning, the English Itoman Pri
mate ; Rev. Dr. Stocktton ; Phrenology
io the School Room ; The Body, what is
itts King ? and other excellent miscella
ueous and literary reading. Terms, 13 a
jear, or 80 cents a ouosber. Address 8.
B. Walls, 389 Broadway, New Youk.
This excellent periodical and the Uerald
cioe had lor w ou a year.
:. fara for 8le.-Tlie farm known as
(he "Hamilton "Farm," 1 miles north
of Troy, containing W7 aoret, isoffered
for sale on reasonable terms. There is
about., 60 act ea in cultivation, comfortable
dwelling and out houses, one good to
kacco barn, two living springs within a
few yirds of; the dwelling, abundance of
oi siook water, e ; is-wiinin a mile and
half of the survey of the St. Louis ana
Kokk railroad. Pripe .fig pernors.
For further' particulars inquire of 0. M
Hamilton, Auburn, Mo., Jos. A. Ward,
at .Troy, Of John. W. Hamilton, on the.
remises. t u 1 rcp8 n36 8ni
' The rjgjit of repreteaUtfpn is' inherited
in bim who-pay a taxes, say our Ridioil
noiuteians ana wonia do statesmen, un
era Radical iidsainistration of radically
'nsote'd'laws. Ill teed hundred and forty
oitiene of Buohanaa eonaty, owning one
IralTof toe entire property of the county,
and gujlty of uo crime known to our laws,
re eompisleiy disjreppblsed and disqual
Ified frona so much. as voting for a town
constable. These ana a 'pay oae half of
u tne taxes collected in tne county, and
reboot, only jt' rjepifanud, b' are
elaeMy-ml'remented bv Rsdioels who
hile oiet ilbesa ;agalast;. their will ancyl
wisneat.r,tt rtatetaenteC these facu
dees notupasttha Drimiiole that taxa
too. aid -.rfpfeaawiatbo arafclraatpsrable
-naer oar theory ot government, it .cer
tainlv.alagbt to wpaat trie Kattltcal ear'lv
wbfb condemns;'; laspisaa and trsatp'eo
aa.nrtDcipiaa uqopr jgoj... ,w,nion norn
-of Ibis diloa will the Radicals'of Mis-
parf ehposa. to lay Mi of 7Mlssouri
" Wo lalamtaBil'ilia'MfitMAt fo kJM
Ug bridge aerota' tbo Miaaaruri, at
Amwmmer it pa let at f7W,00.
A negro woman, recently a slave in this
fJtato. haa had bequeajhed to her farm
in riatte county, valued at CO.OOO. Iter
old aisster ( the generous donor.
On the 2d Inst., a joung' raan by the
name of Martin Speck committed suiolde
at Glasgow, by drownltig. H was a na
tive of Germany, and about 26 years old.
The residents of Barry have offered a
reward of 1500 for the arrest and imp is
onmcnt in the Platte county jail, of the
murderers of the Marshall family'. A re
ward of 11,000 will also bo offered by the
Platte County Court.
A little daugbter of Dr. Joscpb Tavis,
about six years old, jiving nesr 8t. Jo
seph, wss burned so badly by her clothes
csthing fire while standing near tho fire
place, that she died on tbe 18th lost.,
two daya after.,
The popular Southern Poet and editor
of the "Banner of the South," at Augus
ta, Georgia, Rev. A. J. Ryan, was born and
raiseJ in St. Louis His mother and an
unmarried sister rtill reside in that oity,
on Twelfth and Grange, streets,
Maj. John Edward, one of the editors
of tbe Kansas City Times, had. his right
teg broken in two places below the knee
and juat abore the ankle by being
thrown from a buggy, while riding re
vently with Gen. Shelby in Lafayette
The Paoifiio House, St. Joseph, changed
owners on tbe 17th inst,, for the sum of.
171,500, which, the Herald says, is "far
belcw its actual value." J. R. Bagwell,
the present proprietor, oontinues at the
head of tha establishment.
On tbe 10th inst. Mr. A. B. Smith, a
strsnger seeking business io thh State,
attempted to cross the Muddy, near Se
dalia, with a two horse wagon containing
himself, his wife and three children. In
doing so, one of his children and the bor
scs were drowned.
On the 11th inst., Frsnk Walters, a la
borer on the Hannibal and St. Josep'i
Railroad, in attempting to get on a train
while in motion, slipped, and was thrown
before the wheels of the cars, which
passed, over him, killing him instantly.
Not long since, a Mrs. Marshall and
hereon were murdered, near Barry, Platte
county, Mo. Facts have since trans
pired whieh lead to the belief that the
murder was committed by Mrs. Marshall')
eldest son, for the purpose of securing her
The St. Louis Times learns from a gen
tleman who has traveled extensively
throughout the West and Southwest dur
ing the past few months, that the wheat
sown recently for winter growth presents
a splendid appearance. The indications
are that tbo crop of his description, all
over Missouri, will, next year, be the lar
gest ever known in this section.
The Brunawickerof tbe 14th inst. con
tains an advertisement by the 8heriff of
Chariton county, acting trusteo for a
creditor, offering for sale the Presbyte
rian Church edifice in Brunswick, to sat
isfy the debts due by the congregation
worshipping in it. Tbe same paper says
the Southern Methodists are having their
building remodolled and put in good
Mr. M. Barrott, editor of tho Canton
(Lewis county) Press, drew a fine piano
at the reoent drawing of the Stock Farm
Association. Mr. U. is supposed to be
tho firat editor of a paper that was ewer
known to be "in luck." He has always.
been regarded as a "marvellous proper
mm." Hereafter he will be regarded
as a marvelous lucky man.
On tbe 17th instant, Mr. Thomas Rob
erta, eon of Joseph Roberts, residing nesr
Prairieville, Pike county, was found lying
dead in tbe road between Prairieville and
Auburn, in Lincoln county. The last
seen of the young man when alive, he was
riding along the road in company with a
stranger. It is supposed his horse threw
him, injuring bim internally.
It is said that a few nights since a small
party were gathered in Gen. Grant's par
lor, and among them Mr. Dent, his fa-
tber-in law, who lives in Missouri. Some
one asked him how Missouri bad voted
The old man said, "She gives Grant ten
thousand, majority but 1:11 be da d if
be got ay vote I " The General himself
roared with laughter at the reply. Mr.
Dent is justly proud of His Demooraoy.
Mionla McQoe, a little boy about
eleven' years old, was killed at Wellsville,
on the 18th inst., under tbe following
roiroumstaaces. He was standing on tbe
end of a car. oa tha railroad traok, while
some employes of tho rosd were arraog
ing some cars on tho switch preparatory
to loadiag.' several oars were started for
ward and there being a dowa grade, they
weat. with, considerable Telocity. The
car spoa which ha was, standing was
struckiand ho ftll upon tho traok imme
diately in froat of one of the" wheels,
which passed over bin. His right arm
was crashed its entire length aad bis
right knee snasked. This took place" in
tha Honing aboat eight o'clock, and ha
lived ustll abevAlre o'cloek of that af.
The Louisiana Journal of the 21st says
thtrthe election for Clerk of the City
Council last Tuesday, to fill tho vacancy
occasioned by the death of B. F. Hester,
resulted in the choice of Msj. Augustus
Oury, Democrat; by a majority of 27 votes
over R. J Henry, Radical. It was not
knows! until morning that Maj. Oury
weald have an opponent, or his majority
would have been aaueh larger. Radical
ism in Louisiana died hard bat tt is
There is a negro woman living in Clay
county by the name of.Winey, who is 118
years old. She was born in Virginia in
1760, years before the revolution. Her
former master, ssys he has known her
about 60 years, and has never known her
to be tick but once, and then ehe had
the fever and ague. Ho further states
that forty years ago alio was worth fifty
dollars less than, nothing, or in other
words, ha was paid fifty dollars to take
and keep her. She is of sound mind,
can see quite plainly, enjoys good health,
and looks and aots as though the will livo
for years to come.
A man from Illinois, on his way to Fort
Scott, Kansas; bad the confidence game
played on him at Kansascity, on the 21st
int., to the tune of $200, by a tnsn pro
fessing to be a Fort Scott nierohant. It
was the old game goods to ship large
check short' of cash till banks, open
oblige me, $0. Tbo Illiooissn lost 1200
and gained some knowledge about nice
young merchant. v . , ,
" We"flnd the following in" Iho local col
umns of tho Missouri Republican.
Robbing Himself. It is a custom in
our law courts too frequently for tho op
posing lawyer to expatiate in no very com
plimcntary terms on the mental and phys
ical status of prisoners. Recently in one
of our courts the counsel for tho defence
n his speech, called tho defendant a ee
rie of very hard nanus.
"Pray, Mr. , " said tbe kefendant,
don't rob younclf." The Judce couldn't
help smiling, the audience and lawyers
haw hawed outright, and tha Marshal
halloed "iiilenco in the court."
A Kew Jersey Prophet -Earthquakes
Prof. Throno. of Nebraska Colleze.
claims that several months SCO. when
Vesuvius had b.nk-in into an eruption,
he told a number of centlemen of Hud -
tun City, N. J , that earthquakes on this
continent would apecdily follow. He
told them, and refers to them for correo-
lion, that a vast mass of the oruat of tha
earth under the West. Indies, having by
Home means become detached, bad fullen
into the burning tnaoa below, and had
uiven rise to the disturbances in St.
Thomas and vicinity : ' thnt the shock
had HCi.t rolling eastward an irresistable, 1
llli.i.,l. -l,.i.b,.nnPl.. . .I..S.I..
w..... w, ...... u
eruption of Vesuvius was the next effort
of that wnvn of mnllen flro. and that ti n
varous outlet of tho globe especially on
the lino of the wave would necessarily
irive similar Inlcona nf ita arrival. If a so.
neciallv nrediclnd thnt f!nlmiim An.ir..
lia, and tho Sandwich Islands would feel
it, one after another, and that San Fran-
oisco would feci it next in order. His
predictions having been fully verified.
Mr. Thrope now asserts that the earth
quake producing wave ia still moving
eastward, and will yet be felt on tbe At
Gen. Robert E. f.ee has been tendered
by the Knickerbocker Lifo Insurance
'ompuny the position of Supervisor of
Agencies in the 8outh, at a salary of ten
thousand dollars per year!
ALT AH Of 1IYNCN.
"Msrr!nge It the nuricry nflleavn."
llatiniEO On the Jtth Inst., at tbe reildtnco
of the bride's fsther, by Rev. C. P. B. Mastin, D.
D , Mr. THOMAS H. IIAR1IIS and Mist M.
JOSEPUINE MILLER, alt of tliliciunly.
"Let us gather ap the lanbesmt,
Lying all along our path)
Let at keep tbe wheat and rosos,
Catting out the thorns and chaff,"
tings our friend Tom, as he launchet out from the
calm port of that frolicking, Indepedent brother
hood, vulgarly called bachelors. It Is one of- tha
rales of our order that any member who 'loses
ble heaven for w'oinan'i eyet" ctn never more bo
admitted In full fellowship to tho brotherhood.
Waywaid'brotber, you knew the law j so, good
bye. May your bark, however, salt tranquilly
over Life's sea, and this sunshine ol beppinots
ever glimmer on the waters.
Yea May be too tate.
Rah earalmsld In lima. TaiataAautl 1tbsn TntitavakWttA.
and Dyspepsia are not to be trifled with. There
it such a thing at being too tale la thee matters.
Inflamatlon, or Sclrrhui Cancer, or tome other
dangerous disease may easie, when alt reitora
tires, no matter how potent, would be Ineffectual.
Do not delay then. When the tymptoms of Dys
peptla are tret esperlenced, retort at oaee to tho
great' restorative medicine, HOSTKTTER'a
STOMACH BITTERS, and yon will bo cafe-
But few dliordere lavolve greater suffering, and
If not In Ititlf immediately dangeroue, It Is tho
scarce of' many deadly maladies. Even If It did
dot tend to greater evil, the mental aad pbysioal
misery It produces Is aloae a luScient reason
why ao pains shoals he snared to prevent or ears 1
ii. in ao oonoiry on tne isoe or tee giono is it
so completely domeitlcted as la oar own, where
it is foaad la nearly every hoaeoboU H08TET-
TXR'S STOMACH BITTER8 are universally
conceded to bo tha lovertlga.rtatdy for this aa
aoylSg disease, as they ast directly upon tho dl
gostlva organs, correct aad tone the stomach, aad
give renewed vitality to the system. Acting de
llghtfully upon the aervca and soothing the
brala, readers them effleaelout as a mental media,
el at, as well as a genial stomachic. If taken as
a preventive, they will be found partlcalarly well
salted to the diseases arising from the aaealthy
scaaoa ef astsma, aad their use will prevaat the
creeping, aaalcaaaat scasatioa often complalacd
wf'wkcejUcchllMarceteallaf stoWlf a pea W
TUB adr rtlr bavlag boon rottorod to baalth
In a ftks by.a.vsry slssalo rarnoay,
aftir having luffmd aevefat years with a htri
laag aBilon,and tsat drsad iHteaia eoasaap
Hon, It Sot lout 'to taako known to kls follow
nfttrors tho mtaaa of oar.
To all who dtilt It, ho wilt toad a oopy of tho
I'roierlptlon and '(froo of ohargo) with tho di
rection for preparing And atlng iho same, which
thty wilt 8nd a rare tore for Coaiaatatlon, Aith
ma, Bronehltla it. Tho only ob ct nf tho ad
mtUar (a tending tho Prcierlptlon la to bonolt
tho afllsttd, and spread larotstatlea' whleh' bo
conetlYM to boloramablei and bo hopttotary
ufftrtr may try bit remedy, as It will eott them
nothing, and uay prove a bletilng. .
Parties wlthlng tho protnrlptloa will pleata ad
droit Rar. BDWARII A. WlLSON.
106 B. Second St., Wllllamtbnrg, Kings Co., K T
ERRORS OP Voiii'ri"
AOENTI.KMAN who tnffertd for years from
Nerroni Debility, Prematura Decay, and all
tho effectt ot youthful indltcretlon will, lor tho
sake of suffering humanity, tend free to all who
need It, tho ree IpeUnd direction for making tho
elmple remedy by which he wa enrol. Sufferers
wlehlng to prott by tho adtertl ert oiperlenoo
can do to by addreeelog In perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OO DEN,
colt '58 n4T 1y No 41 Cedar street, New York.
NOTICE It hereby given that letL rtof Admin
titration were granted to J. W. gltton. on
tbteittte of John Browning, deceaied, oa the
mtudty or Augtut. imh. by tne vierk or the
County Court of Lincoln county, Ho. ,
All pereont bovine elalma agalmt said ettate
, are required to oahlblt them to the administra
tor lorauowa-ice wunin one year irora ino naie
of eald lettere, or they may bo precluded from
any benelt of tald ottato, and If not exhibited
within two yeare from tho date of tald lettere
they will be forever barred.
novianO J. W. 8ITT0X, Adm'r.
NOTICE Is htrcby given to all lucriont Inter
ested in the ettate of Franclt Parker, decM.
late of Lincoln county, Mo., that the undersigned
have obtained from the clerk of tbe County Court
of laid county letter! tettamenlary on laid o-tate,
bearing .late tbo 10th Jar of September, 1883.
All iereont having claims againtt tald estate
are required to present them for allowance ae
eordinc to law wflbln one rear from tald date, or
, they may be precluded from any benefit of tald
estate, and If not presented within two yeare
from tald dale, they will bo forever barred.
I1ENKY PARKER, ) .
ntd'dw C1IA8. W. PARKER, J M
ATOTICE It herebv aiventhat letters of admin-
titration were granted to G. W. llardcsly un
the citato of J. V. Sltton, deceased, August 4th
1808, by Iho Clerk or the County Court of Lin
coln county, Missouri. All pctiout having cialut
I agalmt raid citato ere required to exhibit Ihein
to Ihc executor for allowance with one year from
tbe data of itlil letters, or tbey may be precluded
from any boneflt nf tald estate, and if not ex
hibited wtlbln two years liom the date of laid
letters thev will bo forevcrbarred.
au13 nM 4wpl O. W. IIARUESTY, Exc'r.
FAB ( FOB SALE.
mie from Troy.
THE tubtcriber iiffcrt for tate unon reatonabto
terms hit Kteldence, one half mllo from Troy,
.10 - 1 Dwelling' House
99 1-9 ACRES OP LAND,
one half cleared and the other half covered with
beautiful young timber, inSolent for lenolng and
lira-wood. There are
OVEtt 100 YOUNG APPLE TREES
set out, some bearing fruit Peach, Cherry,
Quince, and other t.eet and tbrubt. A new
liable In proeeti of erection, a cittern In tho
eata retiaeneo it conveniently situated to Troy
nniuaq inimute, a nouruning iniuiuu.n oi
teeming, uurter tne control or able teacnert,
which makes it one nf tho most desirable resl-
dences In thtt part of the country. Parker Bern
r:.nh,aVfrJi7.pTh.0Ue,,,,' " U'
, The dwelling It Wo stories, hat eight large
I rooms, with atiantry ndcornemrestattachod.
I ..Po'."(,'!"n. wl" 09 ln on or about the lit of
Any'person wishing to nurcbate it referred to
E- J- Bills, editor cf the Lincoln County Uerald,
TJ0' wh. fur,,,',, -" t P'ace, ortr
the owner on tbe premises.
6. A. COLVIN.
Sept. 10, 1807. In" tf.l
Valuable Farm For Males
I WILL Bell my Farm, Blluatrd In Union
township, Lincoln county, Mo., 3 miles nrtb
of Auburn, and two miles weit cf Duncan Elllt
Bald farm contains about
more or leu. About 200 acres under fence re
TI'O abovo farm cmbracat a portion of Long
Arm prnlrlo, the range of which makes It admi
rably suited for purposes nf ttock raiting. There
It a law and aritt mill adJololnc. Tbe place it
well watered, and the Iraprorcnenti conslit of
good dwollng and necessary out buildings.
Any perto' s wlthlng to view the above land
oan make application to Dun an Gills, William
Whlteildo, or James H. Mudd.
septt nIB 3m near Mindletewn, Mo,
ST. LOUIS CARDS.
LARGE STOCK OP
AND SILVER WATCHES.
AMERICAN, INOM8U AND
Of TUE BEST MAKERS,
TOOIiH AND HA'TEHULI
Watcbea Repaired la tbe best meaner. ,
No. 814 North Mala Street, St. Louit, Missoarl
Jan 2, 1(08. ly
ALBERT Q BAQLEY.
Gold Pen Manufacturer,
VOIMIRLT OP New tobbt
mat 0tiM v.. if.a.s-j p.sjrlli Ufa
,M wl,Tf" araHl Oils
Gold Peas from tl ap to f 8. All peas warrantedy
Can Ve teat eaely in a letter. Orders promptly
fk. la, IBM af tmj
B. BAMDPELDEa. J. POLLOCK. H. I. BLOCK.
fa IIS W.Stjeeasl at., aet. Viae da Caeaaat
BT." XiOtTXia. MO.
J. P. CALLAHAN It CO.,
AOaNTt Itift THE IALI Of
Manufactured nd Jf Tohteeo,
No. 1SI Vine street, hot. (Main and 2d,)
T. LOUIS. MO.
M. B. Seaelal nersoaat attention 'nald to the
durebaao and tale of Loaf Tobacco, and all
kinds of Country Prudaoo. ,eag '7 Ml iw
TUB 0..D HOUSE,
(ESTABLISHED IN 18S
E. JACCARD & Co,,
Corner Fourth Olive Street, Under the Everett
Homo, bi. jaiuio.
Manaraetarera dk Direct faaporteraof
WATCHES JEWELRY AND
W bolaaale and Retail Dealere In French and
American Cloekt. Fsncy aad Toilet Ooude, Fine
Cutlery -Sodgert' and our own stamp. Hair
Jewelry made to ordec.
Agrlcaltaral Prataluass of oar owa saaa
afaeture, atqnotatloat of Eastern Ileueet.
iargesi ctiaoiisnment wesior new iora.
Jan. S, .1808, Iv
towt w. ratca.
est iva rates.
STERLING PRICE d; CO.,
, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ne. 33 North Commercial, Ceraer Chee
ST. LOU. 8, no.
WILL do a General Comatit'on and Forward
Inc butinest. Poeolal attention atvan ta
the sale of Tobacoo, Grain and all klnde of Pro
duce. Wo keen on hand' tho first aualltv of Wheat
8aekt for rent to ou customers. .
February IS, 1808 n7.
JOS P. ROOERS. JOS. W. DOWLER.
ROOERS Sc. DOWLER,
Number ate North. Commercial Street
Bet. Locust sod Olive, SI. t.OUIH.
( cecltl attention aiven to all Conslrnmanla
of Produce, Flour, Urain, Tobacco, Hemp, Ao,
Prompt returne guararteed.
Correspondence tolicitcd. feb.SO, 188B pi dm
THOMAS RHODU8. I H. M. RtlODUB
THOMAS RRODIIS 9c CO.
Number SOS North Second at ST. LOtTI!
Special attention given to tho sale of all
kinds of produce. Conslgnmentt of To
bacco and Grain solicited. Extra
care given to tbe purchase of plantation tupplie
feblO I8J8. nB 10m ' '
a. h. sccixta, s. a. eatarava, a. v. navea
S. A. GRANTHAM St CO.
COMMISSION & TOBACCO
No. 204 N. Second street, bet. Pine and Olive
GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION to the tela of
Tobacco, Wheat, and all country produce.
pi- Consignments sollcltod, and prompt re
ueb 20, 1888 nU
A. J. NOBsLE.
FVench. and .merioixn
WINDOW 8IIADK8, &C,
N. 321 N. Firth street (Old H:ij
ST. LJUI8, mo.
COVSTRY OliUERS PROMPTLY At.
TMNVKD TO. mohlS alt tny p
GEORGE C. KMIRROIJGD
AHats Gaps Millinery J5f
AND STRAW GOODS.
Ni 77.Nrlh Natl Street, Bt Leiis
Jaa 1 la iT
Mutua Insurance Company,
OP ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Office OS4 Pine Str.
Imur Ptoptrtuagamtt LoforDimuM by FIRE
ana i.luiiT.Mflu i ana uu tinea, mulgs ana
CATTLE againtt Lorn bg Vtatk and Tktfl.
C. J. DALLWIOK, St. Louit.
NICHOLAS BERft, Pirn or Berg A Focll, Whole
tale Commission Merchaatt.
QEOHOE ALBEU8, Manufacturer of Tobacco.
VALSTOUKBs Proprietor Star Milts.
MICHAEL BEST, Sealer In Hour, Food and
OU8. OKUNNBB. Star Mills.
GEO. C. WILEV, Sectetary International Mutual
litre insurance uompany.
AUGUST BOUIRR, Firm of Schlrr k Boa, Dai
VALENTINE STOCKS, Preetdeat.
OEOROB O. WILET, Secretary.
JOS. DELONO, General Agent.
SOLON RUSSELL, Aii'tflVl Ag't.
JOHN G. McKEE, Soliciting Agent,
Hawk Point, Lincoln eounty, Mo.
June 4, nl.lompd.
House Furnishing Emporium.
A' G. ROGERS & CO.,
Ne. 711 Nana Pearia sireel,
ST. LOUI3, MO.,
SILVIR-PLATBD, BR1TANIA, PLANISH
ED, Japanned, Tin, Wood aad Willow,
Preach, Ohlaa, Crockery aad Glassware, Chil
dren's Cabs, Water riltere, Refrigentora, lea
Chests, Beer Cool an, aad Houe-keevlDg ArWelee
awamvJfy. sewlt,tlwill wjy.
He. iriectiet at., ST. lOVtS.
Wit Consignments rcsptetfolly solicited,
Fob. IT IMi. at Urn
Jaa. w. soota.
jso. . soora.
Jo W. BOOTH SONS,
co m mi an. on, me nc ii ams
Nes. sjoaados N Heeend sttreat.
St. Iouisj, Mo.
CONCRETE STONE C01HPM
JtAySOVS-S PA THNT."
WE are now prepared tortetlve ardors for all
kinds of work, anon at
Draekets, Window Caps and Sills;
Venting for Cemetery Lott,
Key Stones for Arebet,
Sloae for Building panoses,
Ae., Ac, Ae.
Ordere tett at Oompanv'e Workt, Intersection of
High street and Pae;flc railroad, or at the .ifllea
of the President, CHARLES MILLER, tt
N. Poai. street, St. Louts, iltl receive prompt
attention. ALFRED OARR, Secretary.
etch 11,1118 dm
North East cornir Main and Morgan its.
sr. lours, Missouri.
SMITH . BEGCS,
MANU. ATURERS OF PORTABLE AND
Stationary bteam Engines and Boilers, Cir
cular Saw Mills, Mill machinery, Belli, Iron
and Bra.t eastings, eto Portable Enginet tf
all ilits on hand: fab 27, 18(8. n ly
Western Agricultural Depot
and Seid Stores
BOT H. Secoutl atrfet, bet. fltte aad Olive.
st. Lotris, iro,,
GR.NERAL WESTERN AGENTS
FOR TBS FOUOYilSO STANDARD 1U-
beee's cemisITnolise ruws.
" Walklig Cars Cilllnlsr.
Ilatcieye Sulky Corn Cultivator.
Case's Sulky Corn Cultivator
BROWN'S ILLINOIS CORN PLANTER.
The Celebrated Buckeye Beaitr aad
COLE'S SULKY CORN-STALK CUTTERS.
Tornado Thresher and Separator.
Pweepstskrs Thresher and Separator.
MoSHERRY'S SEED AND WHEAT
CHARIPION CIDER WINE MILE,
Eclipse Aall Freeiiaf (waadta)Piiap.
JUickey'a Wheat Cans and
saaflarrows, . Cultivators.
Com-ihellers. Cntttntr nn.
Salkyand Rrvolvlaa; (Horse) Hay Hakes,
i;aae Mint ana Bvapaiatora.
RKYBSIDLB OR BUl-SIDL PLOWS.
Little Giant Cira and Cob Crashers,
Homo Powers, Circular 8aw Machlnea.
Bf Circulars mailed free of potltgt to all
applieabU. April t, 1618. ly
Saddle and Harness
xro v m:o. .
HAVTffO enlarged my stock la the above llee,
I am now i repared to meet tka detaaode of
laraers and all others aaedlng ,
or anything usually kept la my line of bestaoss,
All of my stock Ii home manufacture, aad war
ranted to bo of the very beat quality.
Orders from any part of tbo county promptly
ailed. Address If. 8EDLACII,
MRS. MARY SEOLACEK,
hss a selected assortment ef
and will promptly attend to lay work la that llaa
that may bo entrusted to her care.
DON'T f AIL TO CALL,
pin e.utir, amy .
TRUST AND WArlANTY DltDR
Oa aaad aad For Sale Chooi.
AsJrrniseTear s4aMla ike Lis
cala Caaalj HeraH. Mi ven
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