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Km.' fKr f., ' . DDO. FORTH 1 ?6r tho year 1300 wo will carry an unusual largo stock- Gold I'cd'b, Chains, Clofcks, Sleovo Buttons, Collar Buttons, Carving Sots, Pins, Rings, Charms, Watches, Clocks, Castors, Card Becoivcrs, Butter Dishes, Thimbles, Berry Spoons,.Sugar Bowls, Croatnorsy Oporn Glasses, Knives, Forks, Spoons Etc., Etc., Etc. V FINEGRQC m. CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE. C. W. THOMHS ER1ES! CONDiMENTS. eHOICETEAS AND LEADING BRANDS OF sported OeSscaciess 202 East High Street, Jefferson City. QUALITY AHD ilHGHT GUARANTEED MllllliliiiiiiliiillilliillilllHl Hlir -XL o FIRE FAMILY GROCERIES ft Fresh Goods and Low Prices I All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL . THE place for OHOIOE &EOOHEIBS. JACOB TANNER. T. M. BARKER. ER DEALERS IN AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. W OOD'S D6cuefts, eapei-fsv ahd Binders, ANIUALL .KINDS OF u am Machinery. .Jr.tJv" on'y handlo h'6 very host material and at tlio very lowest V-ff1?" us ft ca" flm' w0 Ptlal'nle9 cntlra satisfaction In every rtparWuiar.' If not convenient Mall, hddtpsiug xc'ckk'. '"UW: e TANNER & BABUKK, feffcraou City, Mo. "THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. PUBMSnaD EVERY TIIU218DAY EVESINO. F, G. Fclkersos, Business Manngcr. CtlDePDTDTinM M A VPUD -IN UULIOUllH HUH, if I, 1 ILJlll, nnvnMCll Sk.Xn?X.E3' COPIES Entered at A Pojfoinc ai Jefferton City, Mo., as second class matter, (Now ScrIca,'Jn. 7, 1890 Thursday, Jnnunry 10, 1800. Mr. Will Smllli lins moveilMrom Itua- sellvlllo to this city. Call and cxatnlno samples and prices of job work. Tho pump houso at tho depot burned Inst night. Itny a non-magnctio wntch and secure a perfect time peace at Mncnulcy's. The Missouri PaeKlcpay car passed west Tuesday. Hon. J. C. McGinuls was in the city this week. Tho Silcolt reimbursement bill was defeated in the house Wednesday. Marrlaeo llccno wns granted to James W. Elliott and Miss D. Ann. Wcdtok. a (cw days since. A lino line of ladles' and gents1 Gold watcbes at Macauley's jowelry storo, next to Exchange Bank. Sir. and Mrs. Chris. Knlkmeycr.qiilto an nf;pu couple of tills city, navo uecn very sick for several days past. The wind and storm at this place Sun day afternoon caused somo alarm for a lew minutes. Send in your subscription at once for The Rei-uhmoan. Only ono dollar per year In advance. D. Crawford & Co's. dry goods store in St. Louis lost 10,000 by lire Wednesday. Ella, daughter of Mr. Julius Wag ner, died on Tuesday morning, aged twelve years. Oct your watch, clock and jewelry re wiring done at II. A. Macauley's owclry store, No. 2iU East UIkU street. Walter B'ainc, son of Secretary James G. Hlaiiic, died Wednesday of pneumonia. Mr. G. Suden has rccenlly added to his photograph establishment some very costly and now instruments. Air. Chailes Linsey, one of our prominent citizens runt best farmers, was in the city last Tuesday. For Sale I Oloslnjr them out. Lot of Davis scw lits machines at cost, at Ocorgo Porth's jewelry store. Wo learn from our Oaage City cor respondent that the Osage rivur is on a boom. The printers' bail, fixed for the 17th, promises to bu a magnificent affair. A fluollno ofladli's' and gents' Chains, Charms, l'ins, Cuff buttons and all kinds of jewelry at Macauley's. Miss Lena Scidel, the popular saleslady at Mr. H. E. Schullz's dry goods store, is visiting her home in Clinton this week. Sor.d us your orders for job printing If you want neat aim clean woi K at low ugures. uau aim see samples am; as certain prices. The Winan's photograph studio has, been turning out some of the finest specimens of the art seen in this vicinity. A congressional commission has recommended tho inercneo of tho 'navy during tho next fomtcrn years by 100 vchscls at a cost of gaHO.OOU,- 000. A protracted meeting wa3 com menced at the Methodist church last Monday. R -v. Mr. Carpenter of Kan sas City, will assist in the services. Mrs. Clara Hoffman will lecture ai the Daptist church at 2 :30 Saturday afternoon, nnd at tho Christian church at 3 o'clock Sunday after uoon. Maj. John B. Harlow was appoint ed postmaster of St. Louis yester day, lie has been distributing agent in- the St. Louis postoilice a number j ot yoars... Thp-LaQrlppe is talcing to our citi zens wrtbmit rwpct't of age, sex or condition ot'cojoror circumstances. A more suggcwtiyo name has bicn given the complaint"-the griprier. At tho regular meeting of thaG. AJt. Post of this cltv Utt Tuesday nlchr. eighteen recruits were balloted for,. n l twentv comrades wore to tie mustered. The officers for the ensuing year.wero lu- 6iaueu. Tho St. Louis c.velono killed fonr per sons, wounded quite a nuniuer and de stroyed conHueraDie propctty Biimiay afternoon. In Clinton, Ky., forty-live houses wcro demoWhrd, pleyen persons killed and flfty-theeo'wonndea. Several other places reu the storm severely, but Itio damage' was not great, The following officers of tho First National bank were elected for the ensuine year on Tuesday : President, W. C. Young; Vice-President, John G. Schctt ; Cashier, Oscar G. ISurcli ; Book-keeper, G. A. Bauer ; Collect or, Emit Schott, , Th? republicans of each county should n,pw begin fo organize organlzo thor oughly, and continue tbo organization until tbey are' a compact organization all over the state, and In a disciplined .wovklng rondltlpn. Tub ltKi-rnucAN ootei tho proceedings of tlu'lr meetings. Let us. hoar from you and keep the whuel rolling. Peek's Bad Boy. ' Opcok'sBadBoy" Is onnof tlidbott. known theatrical companies In this noun try. They will bo at Lehman's opera house on Tuesday the 21t Inst. This company have a fine ocbestra of tbelr 9Jfi Tho survey on the river route will toon reach Gray's point. Mrs. Clara Hoffman will dollver several lectures in this city. Mr. John F. FlcMa, tho ontcrp) Islnfi miller of Centretown was In tho city last Saturday. Mr. David Edwards, coal miner and dealer at Elstcn, was In tho city last Saturday. Miss Mary H.ouns returned to Jeffer son City Saturday to resume ber teach ing. Fulton Gazette. Tho Kansas City too dealers havc;mado arrangements to got their Ice for tho coming season from the north. Mrs. W. S. McComb, nee Miss Lucy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Price, of this city, died at bet home in St. Louis lastTucs.lcy. The Nebraska and Iowa Bridge com pany have contracted for a pontoon bridge to bo put lu at l'latUmouti,over tho Missouri river; The Capital Is lu receipt of Tun Statu ItEPUDLlCAN, published at Jefferson City. It Is wldo-awake, and ought to be well patronized. Marshall Capital. Wo are glad to learn that the Suhit mate Chapel Republican club arc gaining members rapidly and wo'k ing harmoniously.' They mean busi ness. . ' Tho Exchange batik elected new officers Tuesday as follows : H. Clay Ewing. president; W. Q. D.tllmcycr cashier and W. A. Dallmcver assist ant cashier. Senalor Manderson has Introduced a bill In congress providing for abridge over tho Missouri river lu Mnnnua coun ty, Iowa, to Thurston and Burt counties In Nebraska. Mr. II. II. Alice, foreman in one of tho shops at tho prison, was assaulted with a shoe knife by a convict Tues day, nnd n ccived several very se vere, but not fatal wounds about the neck. Mr3. Clara Hoffman of Kansas City, president of Missouri W. C. T. U-, will lecture at the Baptist church Saturday, tho 18th, at 2:30 p. m. Subject, "Our Legacy to tho "Fu ture." No admittance fee. Gen. John W. Kauffman, president and the new board of directors of the Merchhnt's Kxchango of St. Louis, as sumed their positions on Monday hist. The old employes were all reappointed. Work on tho Electrlo street railway will not be commenced beforo first of March from Richmond Hill to Fnlrvlew addition. The city council seems slow In getting a 20-yc.r charter to startstrcct railways. Maj. Wm. Carter, tho geologist and miner, has made somo valuablo discov eries of lead, zinc and baryta In Miller and Cole counties, Missouri, near tho mouth of Little Tcvern creek, Sand Hock springs and the Colo county ostrich farm. J. II., Boll has one hog weighing 630 pounds net, nud J. S. Huut ono that nets 612 pounds. Who can beat this? Fultou Gazettce. Here, Mr. T. M. Barker, who lives one-half mile west of this city, an enterprising stockman, Iiks hogs that net from 000 to 030. Pjstmastcr and Merchant P. II. Robertson, and one of Colo count; 'a shrewd business men, was In tho city lastFild.iy. He was convalescing from a severe attack of tho Lagrippe and a klek over tho right optic by an obstret crous shoat. Mr. Robertson says he ha3 two of the prettiest childien In Amcilcn. Mr. Robert M. Marshall, of Tnscum bla, was In the oily several days last week negotiating a purchase of tho steamer Hugo, which ho will run In con nection "with the steamer Frederick for the Osago and Missouri river trade. Mr. Marshall Is one of the most enterprising river meu In thy state, and merits tho extensive buslncs. he has been doing. Tho Capital Is strongly la favor of free school books for tho St ite of Missouri. It Is one of tbo'most important reforms that cau be Introduced luto our school system,. It U no expoilmeut, for tho plan has been thoroughly tested In other states. If adopted It will save thousands of dollars to tho people annually and place rich and poor on the same footlug In public schools. Marshal Cnpita.1, Shumate CiurBt.,Jan. 11, lf.00. Republican club mot at Shumate Chapel pursuant to call. Vice-president N. R. WelU lu obalr. Club was called to order at 3 p. m., and proceeded to nomlnato dolfgates to the Republican State Leaguo tiodvontlon called to meet In Kansas,Clty Febrtiary 10, 1800. Three ballots Werii tiken resulting In the elec tion of Goo. Wl'Spurr and A. J. Davis a, delegates. The club Is In a nourish ing condition; has flfty-nlno enrolled voters. Club .adjourned, to meet Satur dayIghtf January' 23, to elect officers for'the yer 1800. J. Raujj R,. fl, saltkh, PrcsJdant. Secretary. nnd she thought everybody knew her brother Rubo, "who sells papers and shines boots." Tho editor felt ashamed of his ignoranco, for it seemed to crush hor heart, for she thought, perhaps, he might want to tell it, for sho said ho was 12 years old nnd helping mother nnd I; don't know, but 'member ho was so good to mc, he'd lick boys that made mo cry, and would bring rae candy dogs and roosters." The mourner left, but not alone hero hands, full of coin' given by the boys, who took her home and left behind an editor, whose heart felt the sadness of the little one, for the next day there appeared in ills paper tho following: Died Yesterday, Rube, the news boy, aged 12 years. Tc was the sup port of his widowed mother nnd loved his little sister better than life almost. He was buried in poller's field last night. CORRESPONDENCE. ZION ITEMS. Plenty of rain and heavy frost, but no Ice yet. Mr. John ICaufman lost a Very fine mare las week. Every thli)g;ilvcly In this neighborhood. No sickness so far leportcd. and Sirs. Robert Lnescb are tl e parents of another bouuclng gill Mr. happy uaoy. Tho public school at this plaeo under tho management ol Mr. Charlos Retchc man ,ls progressing nicely, and l thought by somo of the patrons of tho school to be ono of the best taught In this district fo- many years. . OSAGE CITY ITEMS. Messrs. Henry Popo aud E. R. Rich ards are having what they call tho La Grippe. Mr. Henry Pope Is having an Ice box made, but don't kuow where he will get his Ice to fill It. Tho Missouri Pacific railroad company Is having their ice house repaired. Tho city of Osago Is boomlog and also the Osago river. Our agent of this plaeo nhlppcd Tues day, eight car loads of stock. This Is a groat place for shipping stock. Victor Wulff, son of R. L. Wulff, broke his right arm Tuesday morning just by falling on tbo floor. vlllo, with whom Mr. II. has been em ployed for several years as head rawyer. Two young students of the Elstoo school, tbo future Sullivan aud Klllraln pilzo fighters, fought several rounds ono day last week at school bcfoio the teach er took In the situation . Ho at once ob jected to tho further progress of the fight and ordered tho young champions to his private room, where they wero pcrroateS to take a special aud private course of training somewhat new In the science of pugallstlo tralnlug. This part of tho country was visited with an Unusual heavy rainfall on Satur day night and Sunday evening. The heavy coat of Ico and sleet having also uisappearcd, resulting In bl? booms nnd overflows of all .tho creeks and principal ati earns, doing some damage to roads and fence? by washouts and overflows. The newbrldgo recently built on the Centre town road west of Elston was washed away, and one of the main hutments is a total wreck. Having caved lu aud rolled over In tho mala bod of tbo creek, most of tho timber can be saved from the drifts ou tbo creek. Wo lcaru that a party ot engineers and surveyors aro now locating the lino of the river route from Bnonvlllo this way, and wcro, on last Saturday, In the nalgh- borhood of Mr. Hickman's, this sldi ot Marion. They seem to bo'kceplng with tuo river bluff pretty much all the w4 y from Roachport down, aud are likely to continue with the bluff to Grays point.- The peoplo of Marlon aro highly clnlcd over tho prospects of havluga railroad In tho near future, and that ancient aud historical town will take a boom nnd un doubtedly become n city of considerable note In the near future . FARM NOTES -RUBE IS DEW The great may ask, "tho soul comes whence, goes whither," but' she did not ask it. Ho bad not filled exalted stations; no kingly crown had given him bis greatness, neither had fortune smiled and given blra.Miaiae, yct.to licr.it was like a mountain, to n mole hill, like the river to the rivulet, like the ocean to the ruin drops, but he was taken away. It was a big nud a busy city. The heartless world moved on unmindful of her - sorrow. The gay and festive crowd surged and almost trampled upon hor a sho nade her way to the editors room, tliu big parer of Pc trolt. "Rubo is dead" sha said, but the' big bearded man said fio did, not Jtnoff hlpfi. t w $t vrorld SCRUGGS. Mnddy roads aud windy weather. Miss Lou Scruggs of this vicinity, re turned home on Monday of la't week from an extended visit with relatives In Nevada, Mo.' Mr. C. F. Bucute purchased a horse and buggy ono day last week. Miss Sarah Kclbly spent last week In Jefferson City. , Wo learned recently throngh a teach ers' correspondence that an Invisible musical Instrument was introduced. Tho instrument was invisible, yet the school was highly entertained by It ono day last week. Mr. Anderson Foster Is expected In the vicinity in a week or two. Messrs. Bucute and Dcgalo made a sidewalk, which will accommodate tho people very much going to and from the train. From Dan Coffolt wo learn some very mysteilous Incidents which took place ou his farm this winter. He was plowing on a dlstaut part of tho farm; left the plow In the field at night, as usual, when ha returned to wolk, to his great sur prise, the plow and device wero no where to be found until a month later he was informed by an adjoining neighbor, the plow was on his farm, and where ( search had been made several diffeient j times. So Mr. O. went to plowingagaln, but on another uufurtuuato night an-. other set ot devices and singletrees bad . f 1'0ot- .... 1 .nn...K.: taken a flight; up to this date have mailo good their cheaps. If tho party or parties will rotiirn the same no questions will bo asked, and owner will bo very thankful to regain his property. KLSTON ITEMS. Gon. DIstlor of near Scruggs, was In Elston Mouday on business. Jos. English shipped n car load of hogs from E't.ton last Tuesday. Joseph Kauffman, Dave Edwards, F. Caeparl, A.Routszung and other Elstou ltes wore In Jeff City last Saturday. Frank Caspar! nnd Will Landrum aro tho champion rabbit hunters, havlngcap tnred ten eaih Inst Wednesday, and it not being a very good rabbit day clthi'c. LnGrlppe has struck E'.sion, Dan Cas parl beln" about the first victim. Mr. Ueorge McKlnney following close after with some of his family. Wo think It would not bo a bad plan for all our county school teachers to have their monthly reports Itemized. Euton has made tbo start and wo expect to keep It up during remainder of term. Would like to bear from others. B. LaKamp, merchant, uudertakcr and fnrnlturo king of Elston, has about com pleted; bis new storo addition. It Is a neat etruoturo ot 49 feet, glass front and will' be used, as a furniture and niidcr takersstore, awl will soon be tilled with a mammoth stockv Mr. L. seems to be a business man of considerable ability, and from appearances we take It for granted that he has located. In Elston to stay. Mr. O. H. Lamson, an experienced saw mill man, nays a saw mill' wlll.be lo cated nqarMr. lingerie's on theMorcau soma tlmo Ja March 'or April to work up the tveamote aud elm forms t there. The timber will be principally used for saddle tree3 for Mlsapnri penitentiary ana; 3t Louiis. trade." Tha partlts who own the jalll trVtrora. Cooler county , neat Soon Of all grains oats stand first as the bcttS for purposes of feeding. The farmer who moves Into a new country should attend to setting out fruit trcc just as quickly as possible. One moilo of disposing of surplus poultry Is to can It. This country pro duces cuormom quantities of poultry, and wo should be able to export a por tion. The cost of a farm Is not fhe heaviest expense to tho beginner. Tho outlay for horses, cattln, machinery, utinsels and cxtrn labor the first year Is often moie than the cost ot the farm. Look over the vegetable seeds that are stored away. They should bo kept dry. aud as mice may destroy them, tho seeds should bo protected by suspending the bags or by enclosing thorn lu a t'n box. Whitewash should be used in order to render tho stables cheerful. A light stable Is more chctrful than a dark one, j aud as the lime partially serves to dlsln ; feet tho building Its application should he frequent. Mulch around tho young trees as soon as the ground is frozen. This will pre t vent tho ground from thawing too early In the spring, thus delaying the How of sap, thereby lessening tho liability of injury from the late frosts. Every bull on tho faim should be broken to the yoke when it Is young and be made to work. There is nothing so elllcacious as work for tempering a sav t age disposition. The bull is dangerous because he Is Idle aud has nothing to do. Rules may be made for governing the d.ilry work, but thero can bo no rule made for feeding tho cows In regard to quantity nud quality of food. Each c w will lnvo her special demands, aud they must be complied with. When milk Is unfit for the farmer to drink It Is also unfit for tho young calf. Scours frequently rcsuP from tho -calf not receiving milk that Is fresh and sweet. Tho natural conditions In feed ing youug calves should bo observed as clusely as possible. A farmer In Texas gives his hogs one good feed each year -of corn boiled in the poke root, three parts of corn to one Ho considers the root a pre ventative of cholera. In 27 years' e pcrieueo he has never lost a hog with this disease. Of the seven weeds which the "weed law" of Wisconsin requires farmers, under penalty, to destroy, says the Michigan Farmer, only one Is a native of the United States, all the rest being naturalize! Importations from Europe, where they are common wild plant'. Frequent transplanting of the young plant and good tillage are essential to best results In tomato culture, says the i Michigan Farmer. Plants startod under glass 10 weeks beforo transplanting luto tbo fid. I will give fruit about a week sooner than those started two or three J weeks later. It you wish to set a tree or vino where an old ono has died ont, says Farm, Stock and Home, removo a considerable amount ot earth and fill In with good fresh now soil. It will pay to take this trouble. A new plant for some reason recoils from taking root In tho soil of one that has failed to llvo. It Is not economical to attempt to fatten very lean hogs by feeding them corn cxe'nslvely. They will uot thrive on such a diet, and will fatten only slowlv. But If tho corn Is fed.wlth sk m milk, buttermilk, cookodfirTrnlps aid scalled or steamed cut bay, the hogs will Increase rapidity aud at less cost than on jcoru alone. Wagons should be kept well greased . Grease' Is cheaper than horseflesh , and ns tho roads in tho whiter season do not always permit ot tho usu of light wagoi I, the draught on tho horses should he kept at the minimum point, and greasing the axils will largely contribute to lessen the wear and tear ot the wajfom s well as ibe labor of the' horses, Manure will not cause the plants to grow until It Is reduced to the condition necessary for that purpose when applied to tbo toll. The rain ui entjwt aolublo Walter, tint the solids must undergo a complete chemical process beforo they will become solube. Hence, to secure the bcBt results from he man ure It should be well decomposed n the manure heap. Trying to vcntilato tbe ttablei at this season may result In too much of tho fresh sir desired. The Orst thing fo con sider Is to keep tho cold out,'and the next is how so have pure air without subject Ing tho animals to draughts. The prob lem of how to properly ventilate without lots of warmth is unsolved, and there is a wide field open for experiment In that direction. A Michigan farmer tells a conteinpA rary how be manages to conquer Canada thistles by the help of .200 sheep. He puts a small handful ot salt on each thistle at the root. The sheep eat the thistle close to the ground. Tbe salting Is repeated as often as may be necessary, and the thistle seldom appears the see ond year. Sheep should not-beTBrmsed In large numbers under the same roof, says the American Sheep Breeder. The breath of so many together poisons the air and renders it noxious to breathe. A prac tical shepard estimates that not more than B0 should be stabled under the samo roof. It Is much better to build several small shcdB at convenient points than one large building. Ashes aud hon manure If mixed together before being applied to the soil, result In a Uim of ammonia from the droppings that greatly lessens the value. Put the ashes on after tho minnre has been mixed with tho soil; tbo ammonia will be absorbed by It and remain In for the use of the crop. Wood ashes are a val uable application to soils deficient In potash, and hasten the decomposition In coarse manures. For Sale or Exchange for Jcf- terson city Property or Merchandise. No. 100, northwest quarter, sectlon3, township 40,rangol5; No. 40. southwest of northeast, section 4, township 40, range 14; No. 280, A. In section 21 and 22, township 40, range 13; No. 112 A. .-ixtlon 11, township 40, range 14; No. 1G0 A. section 14. township 41, range 12; Nos. 752, and 20 townloU In Aurora Springs, all In Miller county. The above land wairanty deeds. Address this office. LKGAXi BLANKS FOR AIE. iVe have on hand aTnE Reptclican office the following legal blanks for sale: Attachment Bonds, Attachments, Afllduvlts, Attachment before J. P., Account of Sale, Affidavits for Informa tion, Appeal Bonds, Abstract of Pro ceedings, Abstract Statements, Admts trator'a Deed, Abstract of Title, Affidavit for an Appeal. Articles of Agreement. Attachment for. Cluttl Mortgage, Commitment lrendng Com plaint, Complaint Unlawful Detainer, Complaint In Suit of Replevin, Certifi cate of Purchase, Commitment Peadlng Examination, Complaint Auaull anfl Battery. Certificate of CitlMnshlp, Dramshop Bond, District Court of tho United States. Execution j. P.. Exe cutor's Sale, Executions, Fee BUI, House Lease, Inventory of Estate for, information lor Misdemeanor, Lease Indenture, Landlord and Tenant, Lease and License Bond, NoUoo to Garnishee, Notlco to take Depositions, ,NotIce ef fntentlon to Post Obligation for Costa, Order of Publications. Order of Dellv. cry Bond, Proceedings Relating ta Strays, Quit Chdm Deed, Rccognlzanco of Witness, Recognizance of Prisoner, Replevin Bond for Defendant, Replevin, Report of Proceedings by Administrator, Rccognlzanco, Summons In Case of Landlord and Tenant, Summons, Search Warrant, Shei iff Deedsln Partition. State niibpcaim, Subprena, Scire Facias, Trust Deeds, Township Clerk's Financial Report, Unlawful Dotaluer, Venires, Warrants, Warrauts of Commitment, Writ ot Institution. ' REAL ESTATE AGENCY. s. w. cox, (OFFICE OVER EXCHANGE BANK) For Sale or Exchange for Jef ferson ity Property. THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE PROPERTY IN MARSHALL, SALINE CO., MO. No. 1 Consists of green house, Iwelling and grounds tbe size of lot 115x210, desirably located, and the only green bou30 in Sallno county or within 40 miles of Marshall in any Iireclion. A fine opportunity for a man who understands the business ; j has water-works on it and gas ahor f really worth t2,000; will put it in.t 81,500. No. 2 Three business lots near sou lh east corner of the public square 20x120 feet each. These lots adjoin' .ho "New York Store" ono of the largest institutions of its kind ifi our town or in Missouri outside of tlio ;lt!c9 ; will put this ground in at- f 50' per front foot. No. 8 A dwelling house and suit'1 able out-houses on the principal street leading from Public Square to both tho C. & A. and Missouri Paciflo depots in Col. Sam Boyds addition, about three blocks from the business center. Price, $1,000. No. 4 One of tho most desirable lots 100x100 feet, best resident part of our city, and when wo say this we mean just what is claimed; the bouse, is plain 5-room, with two basemen rooms, summer kitchen and buggy houso; gas and water In front if pre.nlfO , in fact )ho prinolpatmalnf. fj.ooa, Apply ttsW,$g( i