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THE I? AIR PIaAY.
VALLEE HAROLD, Editor. SATURDAY, JUSE 9TII. 1SSI. The eternal Star-route trials. Wheal is working up to fancy prices. There is reported biff water in the rivers of the North. The courts are knocking the bottom out of option dealing all 'round Seplogcnarion John S. Phelps is an xious for more gubernatorial honors. Wheat will be better than gold this year, if all predictions don't fail in wet weaiher. The Prohibition party of the state is thus early split in twain Brooks and auti-Erooks. A glass factory niade Crystal City and oue would make old Ste. Gene vieve et up and fairly hum. This is the season when the yaledic- toriaa student racks bis brain for a new and fresh idea that comes not. The people of the' United States spend annually $690,000,000. about $61 per head, for intoxicating liquors. There was no eammer in 1816. or at least no continued warm weather dur ing the summer months of that year. Subscriptions are being solicited from the bankers of the state to pre- peni Gov, Tilden with gold walth." "a handsome The government has expended three hundred thousand dollars to convict the Si: r-roiiters, but that will not be regretted if it only be successful. Ilis Holiness, the Pope, is complain ing of a great falling off in the Peter's Peace collections and calls upon the faithful to increase their donations. There is a volume and a force and flow to the Tilden-Hendrivks boom the that bar! cannot have given it. Evident ly the people are behind it. As the west her grows warmer so does the campaign in Indiana and Oh;o. Many an aspiring statesman is building his hopes on the result of the latter. Wednesday of last week was decor ation day. Its observance was princi pally ajRonst the professional base ball clubs which did double duty on that tl.iv. Prussia, Austria and Italy are draw ing c'oscr and closer together in the bo'jd of political unity, thereby threat ening the equilibrium of the balance of Europe. eaa The rustling Sedalia Democrat wash ed Us face real clean and donned its new costume, Wednesday of last week and was as sweet and fresh as a burst ing rosebud. It is deserving of all fiuccei". Tue naiioha! debt was reduced by less t'i.in five millions last mouth. This pi'bPc obligation Is taking on itself a gi ct likeness to the poor a burden we a'w. ys have and will continue to b-vo with us. Iiil'ie matter of building a court house our county court can liken it self io Mahomed, the prophet of old. If (be mountain (the people) will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet (the ou!t) must go to the mountain. If the younz lady who always Bcrctms at the shortest possible pro vocation, or in fact for no provoca tes at all, will take to heart the aw ful 1c sou of the Brooklyn bridge dis aster she will be very likely to quit her monkeying. Our cii'zcns, who are able, and there are many such, ought to lend a willing acd liberal hand to the establishment of a gU- manufactory in our midst. Such an enterprise, if properly con ducted, would bring us greater pros perity than we dream of. Parnell is writing a proclamation to the Irish bv which he will commit the agitators unequivocally to Ireland's a o!ie independence. Thus is the wiud aain taken out of all efforts and hopes for the amelioration of that un fortunate country's deplorable condi tio;!. To those who hare a peep behind t!ie curtain the coutsc of the Herald on ihe new court house is most amus ing. The order nude by the court for the building of a new court house was-oflcred by Judge Hack, who was tlicreio principally urged by Joseph A. Ernst, the alleged editor of the Ileruld, the support of the scheme by i.al paper being promised, so we un-dci-s-rnd. But now see how the best laid jtlttn of mice an men aft gang Ice. The real editor down the road li.,dx- been properly fixed and a cer t..nM.D. got a bold of him and fix cd b'm the other way before he could so be. Thus the paper couldn't be brought up to the scratch, which was (noi) good for Joe. I Tbat bril,int n1 dMnjr writer, jijj. John . i.d wards, is now editor of the St Joseph Gazette. AVe con sider the Major the Murat of Missouri journalism. The Sedalia Democrat wants Gov. Crittenden to convert the State bil liard table into a piano, and we guess if his Excellencv doesn't do that that it will want him to take out a license for setting up and maintaining a la-; ble kept and used for gaming, upou which balls and cues are used. Thero was a terrible disaster at the opening of the Brooklyn bridge, caused by a stampede among the crowi's passing over it. Twenty per sons were crushed to death and mauy others fatally wounded. The'stainpedc was caused by some one foolishly screaming "The Bridge is Falling V eeo Though Iowa is popularly credited with an ostensible Republican majority of fiRy thousand, Democrats up there evidently do not consider a nomina tion by their parly for a state office an emplv honor iince before their con vention just held there were a ruud dozen of them anxious and will'i'tr to be placed at the head of their parly's tVkct. Two whole issues have passed aud the Herald has said nothing in abuse of us: but ihen it has turned over the use of its columns to an inrtivi lu:il, who is perhaps better qualified fur the delectable pastime for the rca.-cn that he is a frequent atlenvuiT of l,,::.,,... 1 . a .... ,.r , . perjury. Appropriating an idea from the New Madrid Record, we proii-iMid to the C'ah-Book the query : Why should the Governor in tuning hi appointments any more disn m -I the politics of his appointees tli:iit 1 !.- pco-j pie in voting disregard tli ;':i;:cs of i ;he candidate for Governor? Jout you know that it is a nighty poor rule that wont work both v,;iuv A little more than Iinii :t y-vrairrt we said Mahoue was tiM !-! ; his hold on Virginia aid t ho s lo tions' held in that stale lastu: k ir. iieaie! pretty clearly that his power tvcr her; has now about faded away :tii..r.-i!ier. ; 1 his is the view tlint 'c :r';t;!Jii-;ra- lionat Washington is ( ikin m;1 ii is hflnling a plan to cut h.?e iroiii i "ic ouee great Rcadjuster :m! hi.- wan ing fortunes. He ha- aW-wl ;r ..m1 iiis purpose and his aliins c?:n no i!tu--r use him to their own .-nlva'tt-.iv. It is the wild-cat pflri:t!iiu -kIi eounisy sheets as th.-Si e. nav'.vie Fair I'lay tbat does -ivo-u a- iimeii as anything' eh-e to tli-n:jtt l!:fc tenuity Democracy. Ctth-J; . Possibly, so; but it. -".ii if.r ish policy and iuor.hiwie l.ve !' ; iin loves and fishcs.inuiv.tln.'Uiy, nt ? :it-k-woods posters like yiMir-e!" hut ;i-- orgauize the party ::an snsl;-:- u -"n: aiYaitl, dodging an-I -hiiil'ii! alj i:i. iuslead of seeking ! meet the fc-e i:i an open field and a l.-":r ti!t. or The School Ftsmi or t- Geneirieve Const;-. In the mailer of ie !Mt;n-i-t: -i:i; nient of the school f uvU oi' : evieve count r. The court asccrta1 :i-. :ti-.Jt;jr .f J mouev that has aeeri!:-ti us sse. " ii -! i vieve county from v.'i-- e;' ' i it t sections and fines, amoiisit of in' r -i ; ai eated on the loan ci a'.l mtiuey and the amount due u;ki i -i; !iat t.. J May l!ih.lSS3. An 1 (-r-lor ,r.:.r tered of record as foi'.o-.v- School Distisii: i S-. I. Capital fund ' -' Lo.ned John It linn' I. incioal aud iniesre-i P.-obatc court. Loaned Jeremiah Hnw. Interest due " Ben Haiu k a Jacob Rickar l Interest due MarvAGirar.l Geo'MFraser u Joshua Baly " James LBuVn-'i: 1 " Int. due .M " HXKellev Toial Township a . -C. pi(at fuud i-' . Lo.'.ueil Joliu L Haui N' " Jesse Mackley George Woelu-r Iuterest due, t; vv:i II X Kelley Ephruim PowelN - Samuel Riekar 1 luiercst due, ." v..-;irs " Paul Ritter Wm R Fowler Interest due, I vr :, CC Chandler Interest due, 1 year u Louis Obuchoc " -EC Bloom Total Township .. .) Capital fund A' -7 I t i-1' 00 ; 16 m 55 231 10 ill 44 137 16 Loaaed Soloman Macku-v lntcrest due, 8 y " Jeremiah Hnncy Jo H McKee Interest due, 8 years ELMcClenaban - Win H Dulton - Lueian Tallevest Tot:! Township Jfo. 4 209 M $$73 17 $1472 81 150 Cm C-tnitfil fund Lo nod Abel O Babb - David Ditch Interest due, 10 years Hiram Berry - TbosCraggct 1H rt ".,, V Interest due, 8 years ' Madison Ramsey u CAJenniufTS - Kol.t li Akins On hvj.l $120 00 Jcf ll'iirhs mortgage 5 ti - Ed U Bloom 100 00 69 99 125 00 232 28 Total $1172 81 Township X. 5 Capital fund $!27T (5 Loaned David Ditch l."x W lulerest due, 10 vears " Win R Patterxm " 35 70 " Win J Slraughn 71 0 Interest tlue. 3 vears " Henrv C Reeder : 34 - C Chandler 3 10 u Win Bloom lWK - Win R Patterson 375 79 - Roht It Akins .V) HH u Wm II Dulton 375 79 Towxsiiii' Xo. 6 Capital fund $1295 50 LouncdJos Thomure, Jr. 198 76 allowed in Probate court " Soloman Mackley " 102 28 Interctt due, 8 vears - J.is II MeKee ' 290 97 Interest due, 8 vears u rouis Oltiiehou " 312 37 " lieorge Waeker 212 75 Interest due, 3 vears " II X Kellcv ' 148 37 Township Xo. 7 Capital fund 414 37 Loaned John Solberger 194 hO Interest due, 21 years u Thos Craget 96 00 Interest due, 8 years M cleaver Clavwell 77 71 " II X Kelley ' 45 84 Allowed in Probate court. Township Xo. 8 Capital fund 426 61 Loaned David Ditch 3X 25 liid-re-l due, 10 vearj u l'eier Obuehou " 100 00 u i'aul Killer 2 07 11 X Kellev 266 29 Allowed in Probate court Township Xo. 9 Capital fund 921 08 100 00 I.ounetl Jos Thomure. Jr. alloTr'd iu Pro'le court Wm J traughn 28 II Interest due, 3 vears " James L Burnett 92 65 Inierest due, 2 years worthless, loug since loau' 97 81 u Win Bloom 92 51 - Geo W Elders 510 00 Township Xo 10 Capital fund 690 66 " Win R Patterson 31 71 - Ignatius I,nvton 85 15 Interest due. 2 years a Win J Stranghn 50 00 Interest due. 3 vears " Jo Thomure; Jr., 110 25 allowed in Pro'te court " Paul Ril ler 171 94 " E L McCleuahan 55 69 " EC Bloom 96 41 u Liu-iau Talevest 100 00 Township Xo 12 Capital tend 70 u Joliu .S.llMrger 99 91 Iniere-t ilue, 24 years u 1-y Iivion " 174 92 u Thos l'iag','et 141 30 u C A Jennings 171 66 Bal. intercut $6 17 ' Robert B Akins 50 00 - McCa'jer Uaywcll 42 80 - Eli Pulton 91 S6 Township Xo 11 Caiiiial fiiml 531 25 " C A Jennings 161 84 - EC Bloom 1 15 47 u Louis Obuehon 221 94 Township Xo 13 Capital fund 594 53 Jesse Maeklev 88 SI u Sol Maeklev " 26 39 Jos Pinkslon 192 33 J Thos Cnr-'get 26 :W Interest due, 8 vears E C Bloom " 172 80 Interest due, 1 vcar - W II Dulton 88 32 Township Xo 16 Capital fund 227 00 John L Bogv 160 06 - U X. Kelly 66 94 City ok Stk. Gknevikve Capital fund loft 00 - Win R Patterson 1W 00 School FiTNn. Capital fund 3652 33 4 50 239 93 Win R Patterson Ig Lav ten bal oi ten-it due $9 99 Jesse Maeklev Jos Thomure jr. Jacob Riekanl Interest due. 7 years James W King Interest it lie, 6 years Geo P Fowler IntereM due. 6 years Geo M Ftaer Chns D Anderson Interest due, 5 years Samuel Beuliaiu Henry C Reeder -Phil Yeasrer Paul Ritter E L MeClenahan Ilecrv- Frv 11 S Shaw Interest due, 2 years Geo Worher F Sliinnann MeCaser Clavwell C C Chandler Interest due, 2 years Gid (iiutar Interest due. 2 vears HX Kellev allowed in Pro'te court Louis Obuehon Tlieo Carron Lueian Tallevas E L P ii lien Robert B Akins Joliu J Hunt Interest due. 1 year Robt X Huliidav Frs C Philips 37 83 23 24 34 04 110 00 126 30 12 65 75 00 55 00 197 79 57 00 11 00 23 32 110 00 250 00 117 25 154 50 79 4S 97 63 100 00 69 56 25:. 69 10 00 4 14 95 St? 74 92 75 00 55 00 S7 65 STATE OF MlSSOritl, County or ste. tieueviete. 1. 1'yru C. KerlanB, rterk of he eonntr court in anii for aiii cotiv- it. he'.-elivc..irv lha: thai lite above is a true iv of iiie 01.-mat en.ry u unrtons .0 lie aa t;e ae a,ipea s of raoo u in me otuce. WITNESS my uand as clerk ami :al. the sealofopr said conn. Iione at office in the cut of Me. t.ene- tiere, in aiu county, tiiis .h day of May, A. 1. ISS3. fTEl'S C. EEKLAGON. Clerk. 923 0UTfStzwt, St. ZtfBli. .1 ! n.T-mmf hn lirftFti m.il Ke wHIti Ste Ce.iet ere 'leople eaa ?et ijeLEVl C Alii SET I'HOTtrs. olsre-. V poet-es, or any other style, -e ' i ii,- rf; j jiosrn it aa.joi-cc 1MZKX, rt-ju-lla .i.juiotU.t'. . .. ' TiteNear Geneti; P.oress. GenelP Photos. hiiTrsi au,;oo',ies'',e Suffer no longer from Dyspep sia, Indigestion, want of Appetite ,lossof Strength lack of Energy, Malaria, Intermittent Fevers, Ac. BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS never fails to cure ail these diseases. Boston. Novunbcf 96, iSSt. Buowa Cmwcu Co. CcnilcaMm: For yean I h fcanafrcaiMiSuu front Iyspept!a, aad could get no relief ihavtaf tried tilhi1 wluck a recommend ed) aatil. actine o the adetce of a. ftirad, who had beca bearBtied by Baon IaoM Dnrm, I tried a bottle, with eMat snrpmiof results. Preriotit to taking rleottw't laon BrrTaas, everrtAiMe I mar ditt ate. aad I auStttJ greatly I ediatreMed r froat a which was anbearabar, Siac tak iag Baowa's laoa Brmn, all aty troahletaraataaead. Caaeatany liaw anthoBl any dtaagreeabie re ft aat practicauy another Mrs. W I. fLim. a Itaeahck St, E. BoatcM. BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tast ing the food, Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Druggiata. Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore). Md. Sat that all Iraa Bitwrt are aaeda by net Cheaucal Co.. BaltiaMra. aal hava creased red liaes aad trade aaark aa wrapper. HWARI OP IMITATIONS. Ul Bdan taayji CWLaTI aw rallied by UKlnt tTXlCNTS IKDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS tenrf TartUUt: Vi WcfrM, Frkst X3c An Snot Final Settlement. Not.ee l heivliy ivrn to rrslit..r4 ami all others iuteresinl in the estate nf John Wo lfiinl.ilec.'l. ih. i I. tiorire Y. IJriflWh. ailmiuistratnrnfthe at' csialr. iutfiiil to make a Dual -llliiiitrnt ! 'sifal the next lrm .if the I'nthale a.tinrt of j .e. t;enevrevee.iinly, tt Ik-IteM r.t lite com t .iiHe in tltet.'ily of ste taeneviete. on The aec o.m Miimtay iu "June, lss.1. tiKitUl.K V. UltlFFKril. AlmiuiitRitor. Final Sett'ement. No ;re is herclv ftiven tocrTititorsanil alltitnors ' lietesttsl in tlte uHte of Mary (IN.lly) IHniel. derea e I. ..i:-. I, Georw W. lirilMh. alniinilrr.tor of tlte s, V rotate. iiili-nl mnke a Nnnl srltleitMnt be ttifal Ihe next tt- ni of tlte I'n.lmli- onrt f l'ie-Hiilr tf ste. tnevieve, to lie he. at the eo.-M rftiiise in the City of Sic. Ueneiieveou the nrvotio. Sltindav in Jen'o. I&-1. tjf.UUliK W. GKIr'i'KTII, A'tminitrator Final Settlement. NoiM-ei berehy eiecn to ereilitra anil all o lie. s interrstetl in the estatf of Aukintine Schwei dtxeasel, it t i. Cnroline Srhsreiss. administratrix of the 4 :t fiate, inleml to niiiki-a dual net t lenient lire ool at Ihe next term .r the I'rotiatf tturt of i;.et'"it itvtif Ste. te!tevi"c, to lie helil at the eon. I house in Ihe t : i t y rsiif. (ieuevieveon the ecoti MuniUy in June. J. I AKOLINESt;IIWinss, Ailniiniatratrix. F. GUIBOURD, PHYSICIAN I DRUGGIST Stk. Gexevicve, M". Prfseri;ilious carefully coiiijiotinucd "ml at resonablc rates. The Farming ComniunitT and the Pnl.lie een erillr nrili liar in mind lliat the "t-ONr MILLS" alwava pay tha Highest Market Price for Wheat, andlnClSII onlj. The Trell-knnnn hoiae I5rn"l of Flonr CXK"ani "FLOV." and other jrraiUai kep rons.n.illy on hani for sale, at the Loarest I'os iMe Figure lotol 100 poumU anil uiwarL ileiivcrol tree of charge. BT Buy yonr Tinware at tbe stores if Ton think tou are beiiefittiug your town by consumiug outside made goods ; bnt if you hare an idea, however obtuse, that yon ! misht better your home connty by supportiug home industry for about fhe same money, and get better ware, go to Karl A. Muel lers's south of court house. Stores, with "Buck's BrilIallt', to lead, Pumps and all kinds of Job Work at Tour command Whole saling ot Tinware at St Louis list juices. OXK PEICE CLOTHING STOB O ota the oni"fotiM.) 0 W.HAMM, Merchant Tailor. DEALER IX rieee Gooaa, ready made end bomeoi He clo- ' thing, Gent's rarniahlnc fooas, Ilats, Cape. Trunks. Valiecs, Satchels and all other goods usually kept io a first class conntrj" ek'thiu store. Persons w ihin clothinmaile to onler t-an he jniteU ia ab le and ice. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO EfflMM 1 GEORGE BONO LOUIS SCHAAF Cf.Bond&CoJROZIER & Gen-ril Retail Msrcisuits, : ! ! ; St. aCo. ; The Largest. Best' I Assorted anil most . ; complete stock of I Goods in Town. I AH kinds of cuntry iirtulin e lakt u j iu exrliane for gtvils, or rh paii" I for the same. j j For a Dollar iu monrj. wf tif ' j you a Dollar iu 4ood. PKTEK FALLEK. Blacksmith 1 Horse Sheer, (dtolue's 1 Strnn-I .) STE. OEMtVIKVE. MO. All ktml mt tcuenl bljhmiUktBa .loneou llbk Tichhrg l: Lias. U. S MAIL LIXL. !un Tri-werkly I.iup Itoat from Si. Louis tn (irnnd Towt-r Ills. Memphis anil Virkslmrjr. Mi. Mtnidiis 1'ark cts leave st. Ituis Mnilays, Wftlut's davs ami Fritl.i at 0 I. M. Vi..L-lktfrir lq.l.-otA InfaVf. Nt I mii Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdatsj at 5 T. M. Str. E.C Elliott for fte. Cienevievo nud (iraud T-wer leave St. I.sui Tuesdays. Thursdays and Salnrdavs at 4 o't liM k I. M. Keturniujr passes St tienevieve Weduestiuys, Fridays and Sundays A V. M. JSO. r.lKI. Freight A'nt. HARRIS & JAMS, aueeeetors to 8TE- GENEVIEVE SAVINGS ASS' STE. GESEVIEVE. TO. "Patronize Home In dustry !" CHRISTIAN BAUM. 1CI T":et, Manafarturer A Irealer ia Boots & MOSTLT MY UffS MAKE. Gaifi-rf and S!it,crs for Ladies, Misses, Gent's' IJoysurid CtiiMreL MARQUITZ& LLOYD, Commiss'n Merchants IO and ISN. MAIN ST., Miasoxmi. Litteral adeaneee matte on eoneiiments. Corresputtleuie Miii:uecu aoiiciu-l- TIITT'S recTonn.iT baaaapoasd acta,wbaeatf of Hcraal aad afnsilaeuaaa prod- iaateUeeUiu taa llruoetuai Tnbea,aadfuraaa aaalfclriaj ssallap;. wiurh relareaa tava tra rtaatfaai tiutt bom fx eonca. 1 eJeaassa tlMlaaunaCaJI saapaurtUea. aereaartkeaal S aBjaBlafl ajr )laaaaa,iuTuror ataa tbe euealatwn of L wxtt and brareatba am arstem. XI Iff at caleU aAea) said tat aaataaaaallsa It U daaaeroaa to aa;le Sfciaa Apatly Ua reaaedx aMrasaartla. A aartof tartte yers varraats too aaai riion that anainT " - a .a . aaraaapttnitacflset.asTDTT't UPECTORAIT. A. atatfio el as raises lata ptilea;aa, laWiw iaflru&atation.a3d ita aaa speariilf ecrea the rwt ehatiaateemjh. A plaaaaait ewr1aal,aill atom take It reeulllr. for Craaip at W lM.lM.hl ard ahouM he fa twi) familf. lat aVe. ana ffl Berttlee. TUTT'S PILLS Ua. ai-ttmtaaaiaaT tkM nert.ltalasas,Tna-aH Lever, aaad FcaBaJc Irrepalarttiea. if yea do not "fed rery eil,-asin -lr pil! at bed-One atunal.taatha rtooerurrtrtortr.rra carta eiaw Jo ta WWTE KB TUTT8 BASUU ltB."i SEBASTIAN GKILER, DE ALER IS Walnut and Pine COFF IMS ALL SIZES AND PKICES. Sie. Genevieve, 3Io. AU.OBHEBK PBOXrTLT FlLLUl. sCT DIRECTLY Oil THt LIVER. Cvrea (.hUla mm Faver, Itrsaeaaaa, a.a ! he ilaaeaa J- - c-iiario- c.iioier (alarhet Street. lt.-tei Thinl anj rartei Stmt I t.tTtr ftr !f. at low priifj. and tn liberal t.Tins. the follow in drribfi! real t-Mate. iu the tuut .e. t.eu.-vieve. Slate of Missouri. ANo the "aiifr" Farm." situ iletl about J m.les wet of the fity ot Si rT.fviee. 011 the F:tr"i:sf,, ,'a,, ':,iuinr.' -" rTr nd n whi.h ther. is a brit k dw eltiiij; house, a lare eUw-ru. barn, on hard, iuryardaud on buildings. A liou-e ami lot rn Mirkrt Sir-. t. between Cnd and Srd ireets in ha Cif. of Ste.tiemVieve. a two t.ry britk hotic with live rooms and an atiie. :rable dwelling; ami Hue busi'ues jtlat-e a bargaiu. Also Mrs. Frank Leavenwortirs j.iaee. near the saw mill -t-heap. A!s a farm eantainin; 1J1) a. res of land about tw o miles Kast of I JWrnfr. tou in Ste. lienevit-va) to. t.u t rhieh I here i ltvellin lltux. Stable ; Hood ort-har.l rli ami 4a. res in euliivaiion. Also a S;.rehtuie au.l H"ar-litte in Frem h Village in St. Fraue ist,. M0 suitable t"r a Saloon or sit. re anil one aere l j:rtiinil attarhed therein. AN a Farm on I'latlin Creek an-l ou St. I.ouis Ko.nl. in Jefferson Co. Ml toutaiiiiiif.' 17e ai re t.f lointl. on w hifli there is a lwflliu House, mtd or t liartl. auii X a. . v.. eilltivatiftn, all IhHoiii latuil. V It. rartit t havina lauds for s-Ie will do well to address us. KOIF.K& H AKOL1). 7i; ! Indian Blood Syrup (Onrea all diseases of the Stomaota, Iarer, I Bowels, Kidneys, Skia and Blood. I Million testify to its efSoaoy in heal- 1 iaaav 4V Ilea aaVwrtWaVi tiatniMl diaAaSstafL lnr! nnv f 1 110 ajae awrw w w nonnoe it to iadb mask. Guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia. CyAOEnTS.WAHTED. Laborat or jr 7 7 W. 3d St. New TLE V. A. HOHUa Writaa: A ffr e thcroui-n triai ot the) JHCC TONIC. I taka ml, in "ttntiir thit I iiua baaa srreatly boii..ttod bv urj. KiniBtcrs and Pub- 1. Spak.?ra will Iiri It tf the prea'cst vain a here a Tocieta r.eota . v. I reoot&oien-.l it i3 a rulirthli r.-.tsed-aj ii'Ti'i, pa.!lInK, un of ttol riutritive and r:."r.iva jrtiTerti, 11 TC J CrcnC!rortheMCICHANT2ii5fi JCCUO ror the MARKET GARDENER Qircrrv For th private family O S a If sJ i r. rearw Hy fturaMalwaxa tm oar own Farmal C7-IiaDdome liiaatlslld Caral a aad Karal raSsaes' TMtt TO ALL. 3IHRCilA'Tx.MBa CS TOUR BCWJIESJI CAB DM FOR TRADE UST. Divio iAfiDKETHa;:jwrocs3-sDts.pniucaPEU XJnica Hall ! 1. 1.0. JoKKBST.Pro'r. C : -!:.!! ftf.J TiiiH t -. ',: .NKVJKt K. M'. BiHi.ii.i, Wine & Boer SALOON, Where a 1!! be fneinda r. !.. tcrtion of ir.t5. Beers. Liquors, if in. etc.. on iian-l. A LARijC A5I MMti'CS Jainclii Hall. forltli e of tit;. ( Mw-rtr. fchwri 4r , over t!.e valuta. Vnlloo Ilurok HAROLD, 1 f-" be the York City. Druggists soil it aaMaMI taiVa- tmUmmf Mtm, rm, aalstsils Was. See XJ tee, J-r.serarlsa mf fumi MWI mt. j. l. To-vrnm, bueiiUL, aayK icinx co mt.runata.ma. SEEDS SEEDS CALL AND SEE W. r. PITMAN Artist Sie. pENEviEve. lo. TT"hTin. Kiir-Cnttinr Sl.jmri.lns. Ac in th l:iUt tyle with n"irn..4 an-l rtipatck t Call on Main street, ort.it' llt-rtieb A Soa' St3. CsserleTeBrmrf, V. ROTLEB Proprietor, MantiJaetiirfr t.f the Uet BEEE to State. Ste. Genevieve a S Diittirire S vPT tin n X od- ' X If MM af Ifr tho ctobUitetadTltaJteeaa. 4