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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFERSON C1TV, MISSOURI Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year, F. U. Fulkekioh, Busmen Mnnngor Thuriday, July 31, 1800. A republican pension bill. A republican liriff bill. A republican sliver bill. A republican election bill. A republican bankrupt bill. You would not extend the cily limits. The democrat are all broke up. So say the leaders of the mosibaek party. Thk republican county convention to nominate a county ti.-kct will mat September li. Tins Is an age of great inventions, and llic greatest of all Is Heed's muzzle for democrats. Tin: republican paity of Cole county was never in better condition than this year. We can elect the whole ticket. The poor men and the over worked widows who arc now applying for pensions under tho new law should remember that they owe it all to a republican congress. Vest voted against the bill. Bland voted against the bill and yet both of these men expect you to help return them to Washington, where they can draw 88,000 and 85,000 respectively. When it comes to paying n union soldier or his widow 85 a month these rebels howl, but they never kick when they draw $8,000 and 83,000 each. Is another column of this paper wn give place to a communicatirn from an old soldier. The namo Is withheld by request. Ho has been a life-long republican, ono who voted for Fremont in 1830 and has stood firm during its bitterest and most trying days. Ho is of the rank and tile and speaks not for the olllcc hold er but for Ui j sturdy laboror, who earns his bread by the swc.it of liN brow. The voice should bo heeded Neglect rather the rich than t'.ie poor in the distribution of what you have to give. The republican paitybe. Ileves in labor, it believes in the la boring man, and should do all in its power to promote his interests at homo and throughout the entire land. Tin: result of the census enumera tion shows the necessity for a rail road to the Frisco more forcibly than ever. NECESSARY LEGISLATION. Tin: republican township meeting was well attended. It shows the in terest generally that republicans have in the coming campaign. Tub necessity for a railroad grown with Heeling hours. It must be built and the start must be made at home. There is no time like the present. And last but by no means least, four new republican states and fif teen illegally elected democrats kicked out of the house of representatives. ISim. Pi.rtMi:u! Let's sec. which faction does he belong to? Ah, we sec. Hill is no crow, net lie! Boys step with tender trcd, and when yo'i see Mac's head, hit it. Tin: people owe the new silver bill to the republican party. The demo crats did all in their power to defeat it. Mr. Bland, the demagogue from this district, worked and voted against ti. The Colo County Democrat made a faint p'lll to get its suggestion out of the Tribune's garret, but it was put into that garret with such thump the Democrat has evidently lost heart. Tin: republican party is the party of the people, and wc hope to sec the laboring men' represented on the enmity ticket. Step up, gentlemen nnd let the party know what you want. The bar of Central Missouri recog nizes in Judge Shirk, a member of whom they feel justly proud. His tltfcnsc of Turlington at Boon ville, after the entire local bar refilled to defend him, was characteristic of his high professional honor. ltn.i. l'u MMKn wants it, docs he? That dish of crow goes down awful hard. Von can lead a horse to the branch but you can't uvikchim drink. You can sot up two crows for the boys and they may go one, but two, it is hard to make them cat. Don't overlook the railroad pro ject. Correspondence between the president of the A. T. & S. F. and this city has been opened up. It is beginning to look like business The Iconic will have to help. You can not get something for nothing in this world, just at this stage of the game. We wonder if the democrats are not ft little ashamed of tho boycott theory advanced by their confederate friend, Mr. Gordon, of Georgia, If there is one tiling that stirs up a democrat moro than tho fear of an honest election in the south wc don't know what it is. Try a little honesty, boys. The republican legislation in con gress has broken up and parali.cd lli'o democrats. Every opportunity to make, a point was lost through lack of ability and want of leader ship. In the past 20 years no party lias been so completely routed as the dcaocraiy this year. They admit it on all side?. The country for the past 12 years has begged and cmplored congicssto pass necessary legislation, but the democratic majority wilfully and stubbornly pi evented the passage of a single law looking to the relief of the people. This ignorant, selfish party informod tho country imuic- liately after the election of 188h that the republican majority was so small that not a single measure would be allowed to pass the lower house. Mr. Mills and Mr. Bland were In the front ranks with their big unuths and small trains telling the country what they would do and what the lepubli can party would not be allowed to do. If any member of congress has been more severely snubbed than Bland wc would like to hear Ins name mentioned. Those assertions were heard by the party of brains. They recognized In them the spirit of rev olution and behind them the rebe yell. The necessity for action for the suppression of the fossils became so plain that no time was lost. The republican majority Inforiiiud the lillibustcring revolutionists that the I'nltod States paid them 83,000 per year for their cervices as congress men, and if they did not voluntarily perform the duties imposed by the constitution there was a way to make them. They tore their hair, invoked the cry of "unconstitutional" ca vortcd around like all men of small brain power would be expected lo do, and finally threatened to take the matter lo the supreme court of the United States. But Mr- Ilccd was too largo for the little fellows, They were so completely whipped that thnj lost even the courage lo lake the case to the supremo court. The rcpubll can? of the house have pissed a tariff bill, a slUcr bill, a pension bill, an election bill and a b.diLruptcy hill Besides this they have passed the Oklahoma bill and admitted four new states into the American union, not to mention the fifteen illegally el. ctcd democrats thai have been kicked out of the house and the legally elected republicans seated. The republican platform adopted at Chicago n JfiSS promised all this, and those promises had lo be redeemed. When the re publican parly makes a promUc they have the courage to execute It party should not elect the entire county ticket. On motion, Mr. Juliin Conrath was elected secretary of the meet ing. The chair stated that ho was ready to hear from the meeting as to how tho delegates should be selected. Mr. Flick thought it would expedite the hitsln"ss if a committee if 5 were appointed to' select the names of the delegates and present the same to the meeting. Mr. J. C. Fisher thought a com mittee of 3 too smalt and made a mo tion that a committco cf 10 be ap pointed by the chair in order to give the county a good representation on the committee, which motion was adopted and Iho following committee was appointed : J. C. Fisher, G. W. Spurr, M. M. Dougherty, W. W. Wagner, Joseph Flick, F. 1 Dallmcyer, J, Hallton, Dick Winston, John Carter and Urich Wolfruui. The committee retired, and after being absent some twenty minutes reported the following list of dclc gales i F. M. G. Brown, M. M. Dough erty, Wm. llabcr, Dr. C. ISTliomp son, Frank Henry, Henry Wagner, F. I Dallmcyer, Andrew Graham, Chas Elliot'., Hjrman Tanner, Joseph liaiiton, J. W. Schulte, John 1. Bailhel, Jos. Kolkmcycr, J. K. Murphy, and for Scotts station, Henry Ilollralh. The leport was adopted. The chair staled that no lime had been fixed by the county committee for the meeting of the convention, as there were different opinions as to Ihe most suitable time, nnd the ccin- Notice qf pjfnal Settlement- Notloo is h6roby' given, that tho under slgiicd executors of the cstato of J. . Kalecr, deceased,, will limko Ihiat tettlo wont of tuolr accounts with said cstato as such executors at llio next term of tho I'robato couitof Cole county, Missouri, to bo Iioldon. nt City of Jefferson, in Said comity, on tho 2nil Monday of August, A. I).. 1890. 1IENIIV DUM.E, .1. C. FI3IIEI1 AND MAHU KAiseii, Executors. allmeyeR ISURcNGE -A-GKEITCnr G. W. WALljENDORF, Manager, Fire, Tornado, Cyclone, Tlic following Hellablc Companies represented j Fire Association, German American, Hamburg - Bremen, Home, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Globe, People's, Milwaukee,' Mechanics. Oakland. Home. Traders', l'lienl.v, Phoenix, Springfield, United Firem 'At, Western Home, iSrOlllcc over Thomas' store, Corner High & Madison Sis. What Wo Do and What Wo DorVt Do. Wo ndvortiso what wo linvo to soil. Wo nlwnys havo what wo ndvortiso. Wo can nnd will givo you moro vnluo j for your money than you con got elsewhere'. what we don't do. W.o ilon't misrepresent Wo don't pull you in from tho street. Wo don't hunt you up in tho saloons. Wo don't buy our customers with drinks. this is oun'omnE. .Our goods, nt tho pricos wo offer them, will sell thoinselves. M. Goldman. Tc Our Friends- Kxccutoi's, administrator s, trust tee's nnd guardian's have" tho riglij to name the paper in which publico-' lions required by- law be mane, and wo ask our friends to remember the Kei'Diii.ican when they have publica tions to make. H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmcyer, I'rolilciil, t'lulilcr, W. .1. mu.MKvr.lt, Asl-laiit cnnlilrr Ilnmr t-'c1rrfl will lltitl lliolnM or tlit puliUc tlnniAln nf ni-ririiltiirtil nml KrurltiK mliia nloitjj 1 lit- liri-ul Northern IC ln.N. I).tkntn& milium FREE LANDS NEW TOWNS liHinruiore iiloiiKthiMtrt-ut Nnrtlirrn kidlu ii v 1.1 hp Itiinhiriio rlwituvc VW Vy I.WiHTNKV.M.I'itMl.Mlnil. Hctlten mi trvv (imt-rnment lamN iilunjr the limit Northern Ky Mnelii .Sot-Hi Dukol.i ami .Montana get 1v rnh'iMiint line murk tin for rolui. LOW RATES HUNTING, j FISHING. I I'lurtt ri'-nrlnlu Ariierlcu along limit Northern Ity. l.lne in viu itoft.it lMtktM ami Vmit.nia. Itcftt'lhM<i lor health cocker Montana prmliirc , I lie flnt'tt I UflBCIpCl mittcc wanted an expression frotnthp r(rfu yj;,, ;Linfuinii? CATTLE. renublicana on that noint. Jmlire ' . 1 1 i ' - v.navm.v I 1.. 'n.. f ... I .J. M... Stamplli thought a late convention followed by an aggressive campaign, the bnt for "Vhp party, !)r- I'lnlRP was of Ihe same opinion. Hiohnrd Winston also concurred in the view. Tlii! question as to the date being further UUcusscd, J. C. Fisher made a motion that baturday, Huptoif.bo( (iih be recommended to the com mittee, which motion prevailed. On motion, delegates unable to at tend shall appoint proxy. Meeting adjourned. AdministrtQrJs Notice qf Sale of Real Estate- JJy virtue of nn order of Ihe I'robato eoiiit, iiimlu .it ihu May term of the said court,! will, In obedience to enld oiiImi-. on Tiicsdnv. the Villi dav nt August next at the court luiu-e door. In ihe City of JeffL'i-son anil County ot C do, oxprwnat iiiiullu iniethm n iho interest ot M.iry llniiiilau, dcccucd, in siud o apcitnjn lot or tract o( :ii.iier:riiei iS ioim; Parts of olltloti No, ftl, 71, llll and fl), mid also nurt of soutio'i PI, town.lilp 41, range 11. eonliiliiluil SO 7-KHI uercs more or les?. For more particular lii-iirlptlou sec order ol court. ' TERMS OF SALE : Part cash, balance on a credit of one ypifr jyllli li per cent. iiiiercc. tuc pur- WEALTH Towrti, linllwayp. New Mlnct low kici. i,iirKivi r en ui neat it kt. SHEEP, HOGS, 'b!i-crslvlitf !tlliiflV.(! security. .Jos. St 4 5' Kxoeu'or of tl nijail, Ueccaeedr (13. ST4iMl!hl4 Kxoeu'or of tho ctatu of Maiy ITai Order of Publication- STATK OF MISSOURI, COUNT! OF t'OI.U. ). Iii tlio C'leiilt roiut ot said oounty qnMoudny, and u.iy oi.iune, wwi, ino ollo,v.ln!, iiiiioii'r ,. i v j m npiv mm ...... Mm Ti;iim-18ii0 yljicr proceedings The Slate of Missouri, nf) (lie relation and to the l'lnlutlU u?e of Henry .1. Unlit-, J collector of tho rev- I T.ixcs cnuu of Cole couuly, in llio State of MU-1 oiii,v3. Surah D.ivU, J Defendant. Now nt this il:iv colli!!? 111" Plaintiff herein by A. M. Koii"li,Kiiti.,bU ultor, A democrat anxious to know the reason of the wherefore wants to know how it happened that Dr. F.l- slon was dropped from the Pulsion Examining board instead of Dr. Thorpe. Did Vest have anything to do with it? Dr. Klston's friends want to know. A little further in vestigation might throw some light on the question. Let tho fids be known. The EUtou men have a tight to know, Sni i l Ui.l.- Mill'. Milk . t.a 81 lllviTValloyi', mitniM.rclclin on y liv til'.1 llrcil Northern lliinxay I.liu'. Tin- -lw- llaliurs' i.nrailln'. Tl... .n.liC.Sa ff.l.i.t.ir I.if Ir.t.it V.i.lli. crn Knmvav l.limlii Oautniia ,riliM-c nil I In vre' loiis uml lin-vr lnct:il . New Iiiwim ami rallncy nf1 U'.ll"J. 1.1'U (In In Ih.i llroiit Itoif rvnllon nt I U1IV Mniitiiii:i nml ifi'l n irdu'l lri'o iiouii'. 1 PlluO. tcml, ow r.ilr ioil Vtvu HeoiT. BIVPR mi Ilmat NnrliiiTli llv.Llllti. Ilu liuw. I 1U1LIH 't'lieso linte m.i Ik Mniitnnil the rit'iii-t Male lu'fr.i;. tin tn tne I 1110 l'U'iity nf room inr iii'iii'tiiimri mil iliii kraiKiTi Now . tin' nun'. -., r GOLD, COAL. HERDS. MINES. AlpnitthoUri'm M'irlijrr'i tl"llny oiii ill Miiiwi. i(u l.u HmiliuS till liajtnraw, of ploeiom metiti, JOHP BRIGHT XjJ.1DX1B1B7 MISSBgAMD CHILDREN'S SHOES. NEW fRICES EXCHANGE BANK, OF JKFFKRSON CITY, JIO. Hoc A irenrrnl hnnVliiir linliw.a. ttmitniiil M'll.1 l)(iiui,itlc. anil Kori'ljrn Kxrhalii'." Knr- iiii.ii iruiMH or iiiiroiiiicilon nml rri'illt lo lie vnrloiiK i'iirri'.poiiiU'iiln. Ahvam lum monrv to loan ll I'lirloiiiiTK. Allow IiiIitl-hI nn litno ili'i'0il, liy nrt'ciitrnt, ami ilcali In (inviTii iiK'liI, Mull'. County, Miinli lial llimiN ami IiIrIi KrailofiTiiritlvK, ciiIIi'ciIuiib maJo on Kiiropi:. niinnrixum'i. JlEW OODS' A, FULL LINE OF FINE SIfcLOGS J-ixs"b OpoixecL r-SOLH AGKNT FOR TIl!R 'Celebrated John Meier GKE33STTS' SHOES. School Shoes n Specialty Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere el lO EAST HIGH St. IN TENNESSEE IIOUSE.-xDa W. C. Young, irri'iiiiiaiiii Oscar G. Burch, Canlilo First National Bank JKFFKKSOX CITY. MO. Capital, $50,000. - Sutplus, $37,750. uim-oToits, V. t). YouKa. .J. S. Kl.KMINO. .1. 0. SCIIOTT, JKS1B W. IlKNUY, .IACOI1 I ANN Kit, .1. Jt. KlIWAIIDS, (iKoiiiii: Waonku. I)n n itciirral Ii.iiiI.Iiik liilMlH'-". Mur nml cell turclKii nml Doiui'ltil" KioIiiiuki', fnllcil Mali's HlllliU Itlul nllll.r MUOiirilii'i. : airoillilH ri Im.l. loium nml iliruiiu maili' iiii riiMiralile ti'riiiK, iTomiii aiiuiiiiuii KiU'ii to all Uiiliiu.-s cnlruat cil lo ItH can. 0. H. Mc'ntyro, I'riKhlcnt, M. R. Sinks, Vice 1'rcflilcnl. J. H. Diercks, cihli'f phn Ti Claiko. ,illM:ilUl'llIIUT. iiuy, mill It iiinii'iiiliig in the court from till! ICIUI'II 01 inc. Mii'im nun uiu uuuv iiniiiL'il ik'fuiiiluiit.Siiiali I).ivlj,tii nun ....--(.I.,.., .f tlw. Krutii nl Mliunlirl. nr lin joining uas occurred in nn- iai :u ; uOscomli'ti or iiuuiilvu UiTiull iroin lie vcars that so strikinsh' proves to "sunl p .tee ol aooue in mis bihio,so hi; the country l"2 pipacity or llic re publican parly as llic worli or llio present cjngrcss. lllatui and Mills started out with tho promise that no legislation should find its way to the statute book. They arc n hiding up with the prayer to Ihe republican scntttc to save them from Iho federal election bill so they can continue to steal the south. This in, Indeed, a bad year for democrats. MUN loll llllil I'O.ll.aml ne c ill and town,. Now Is lour rh.uiei. i s-ii.i-,tmi,iti nv n mil iiirririiuiir.il GREAT I aii'l.'rar.lnKjfo'i'"lry,lo.i' lo minei iif FALLS hliiKav..t.,po.i'iiiii'niiiiili;illn Ami'r "luuw Ipull, i-.tifjtlirt-n tiiirl:;l ,..,jHfi. Hii'VilllfjH of lted Mo'isi', Mlawilltl. n tj Milk ami miii Itlitrs rrarhi'd liy l.rcat I Ij. a. Norllii rn in Lino. , Halt rale-elrur- r, . ,liiiiM'il.u,-a, nmlOi't. II, lK. Write K.L. y Vixsv,l ' '1UI- I When You Co South You will wl.h to bo fully Informed iw to tho cheapest, most direct, and most plcaa nut route. You will wUh to purchase your ticket via the mule that will subject you to no delays, and by which through trains aio run. lleioie yon stait you iliould provide youiei'lt with a map and llinp-Hblu p Hie Jlcinpliu it uto (Kan sas City, Fort Scott & Memphis It- It.) tho only direct route from ami via ivun sns CHy to till points In Rnslern'and Southern Knnn, H.nithwent Ml-souri and Texas, l'nielleully tho oi.ly route from the west to nil Southern cities. Kiillrc tinliK with l'lillmiui I'nlaee Sleep-no- ,..,rK mill free lid llnlnir Chulr Cms, Kansas Cltv to M inpliU: Ihrough Ite- clliilng Clnilr Jiiri,(ienw net-;, ivnnsas (Jlly to Illriiilugliniii,' through ilrst-eluss i-ouBii, ln"jf uiu- tn Ptnmooi, Knoxvllle' and UrUtiil t through sleeping ear, Kiiiisns City tn New Oilu ms. This is Ihe direct loute, nml ninny miles the shortest to Little lloek, lint Spilng, liuieka Springs, Foil Suiltli, Van lluren, I'liyi-ltevlllo nnd all points In Aikniiaa'. tsciid for n largo limp. Send for n copy nf llio Missouri nnd K:mns l'arniur, nn clghr-pnge Illiwtniteil paper, coiitiilnlng fnl and clliil.)o lnfor'ii.itinii n U'lntiou to tlio great titiitoi nf MU mil nml Knn sail. U:iied montlily and mailed free. Ailihess J. K. l.ocKwoon, (Jeu'l r.i- & Ticket Agt., if Ivaiisns City, Mo. The Merchants' Bank OF JKFFKHSON CITY, MO. CAPITAL, - . $5 0,000. DtllKOTOUS. 1). II. McfNTVIIK, V. II. r.lNIIF.lt, L. C I.OIIMAN, C. A. U'AltK, M. It. Sinks, j, . KpWAmH, I(. 1). qonpoK, it. DlKIICKH, I'll I Ml' OTT. Call Special Attuntidnto Our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. liny nml nil Kureli-liaiiit Iloini'ilic KsiiianKO ami tin n Ki'iuTal llankini; ltusiiiesf. Iiaus mu Discounis iiiuiiu on tiw niii.t tnviiralilo turnu. OUR JULY SALE -IN- DRY GOODS, CARPETS, FOOTWEAR AND TRUNKS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. It Y GOODS. CAlll'ETS. K1IOKS. Ilillllnntlneg, Carpets, Oxford Tics, Henrietta, 2-IMv Oradcs, Slippers, llarieil Muilln, Kxinlnster, KUI Shod, I'lalii White CnnSo, Chlld'H Shoes, Goods, :i-l'iy ltnis.els, ltiittnu Shoes. Oullns Clolh, Milton Itnek l'lnw Shoes, Cheviot, Hotly, Calfltnots, Coltomitle, ltnily HiiL-sels, Kip limit, Sun Similes, Velvet. AiikToTIc, Umbivllas, l'ai in Col tagn Kic, Ktu. i nn, Liu. juig uarpeis. U would bo Ineieillble to say to my filcnds and rntoincrs that l' Mil good nt SUo on Ihe ilollnr.nrMllI moie to give gooils nwav; but I may say liicoiillilcnei, that it will pay you to ileal with ine.aiul that yoti will savu mourn. Itespect f'd'r. II. K. sc'iiuinc. N. n. Show cases for sale at lc than tho material Is worth. NOTION'S. Silk Milts, Silk Gloves, I.liln Gloves, Underwear, Corsets, Ijirrs, Kinlirnlilerlei I'liiiiiieiiig, Vntiilykc l.aco Kti". , Kte. FLSTON, COLK COUNTY, Mo. JOHN A. LINHARDT; ALUR IN- CllUltCII MKETIN03. Bapllst, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: S. D. TURNEIt, riiysician. S. M. KLSTON & Co , General Merchandise- ipl ,obbers In Farm Machinery, Hinders Tivinc, &c. &c. &c. IJ. I.ACKAM1', Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Collins, F.to. the ordinary process of law cannot b oCIVCU Upon lier. ll IS luurviuiu uruvruu by tl.p pui'it llmf ealij defendant be no il lied bv piiblivntloi), ll,itt irtinlff b.; commenced n su't ngalnst her In this court, ihu object nml gem tlic petition Hivd In snlii ca cncral nnliire of ni'litlon men in Sinn causo oeinir iuo cLforeeinout of the lion of the Statu of Missouri agilust certain real properly owned Uv ifild iefuiid(iit, mid fully di scrlbed'lii said petition us tojlnwsi l.f)Hj seven (7) elKhi (S)nnd nine (n) Iii block U hi St. llionias, Mo., for ccruiln taxes, Intucst nnd costs levied upou said real property us In said pulltlou fully set foitlli Ul) that unless llic said Saiali Republican Township Meet ingDelegates to the County convention Elected. The republicans of Jefferson town ship met at tho court house in this city nt 2i30 o'clock p. ni. on Satur day last for the purposo of electing Hi del. gules lo the county convention called tut the purpose of placing n county ticket In tlic del 1. Mr. Julius Conrath, chub man of the county (oinmitlec, called the meeting lo oidcr and sluled llio ob ject mid purpose for which it hud been called, and icqucsleil Dr. C. A. Thompson to net as chairman of the meeting. In a few well chosen re marks ho congratulated the republi cans upon ihe promising outlook, and wits glad to see the manifestation of Interest (lis republicans of the county exhibited ilil curly in the campaign nuvls bo and armour nt tills oou.t at tho next term theieof lo be begun and hoi deu nt the coin t boose, In tliu Cliy of Jefferson in said county, on the llrst Monday In December, A 1). , UW, and on or befoie (lie third duy ol rnid lenu, plead. HiMyer or demur tn the petition in tald cause, tho sumo hI' 1)u l.tkun n confessed, ami iiuguicui rvuucreu ijo; eordlngly. And It is further ordered that u onpv hereof be published In the xtatv. 1ti:i''riu.iCAN u lu-wvpniinr pub- lisl'Cd In fill. I iiniilliy ilil'l siiin:, mr lour weeks nn eeeniv. iy, piiuiisuu utii'i! ii Week. Ihe List him r. lull In, nt least llfleeu da.s bifuro llio colli nieiiceiiicm of the next term of said court. U. LlSK, CKrk. STATK OK MlSSOUItl, 1 I, W. 1 . I.usli. oleili'of the Circuit court, In nml for said county, hereby cei tify the nbovc ami foregoing to be u tine copy ot the proceedings of our said elr I'lilt court, on tbu day mid year ubovu written, us thu same appears In my of lieu. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto M my lmil'im Mlllvd Hie teal of mild court, nt oilh'u u .leKi'unn Uhv, -M-souil.lhli, the2t-td.iyotJiin,lS00. W. II. I.USK. Clerk Circuit Court. Excursion Rates to Eastern Tho attention: of tho trawling piiblle. Is called tn tho iidvnuinges of ihu Ohio and Mississippi ltur.w-.iy as a routo to New Yolk. l'Ulliuleli ma, ncnuigiori I). (..ll.ililiiiiire'. Clnelniiali aiul'Loills vlllu. n well' arw Ihe niiiiierouj honltli and tlpinip res'Tts of llm flint. 11 'ill liinriiiui Hint evening lines ot Pullman Vesillr-l-i Uiiffet Sleepers are ruu from St. Lnijls to New York via the abuvo limned cities over the Daliluioro iiiul Ohio rniilu. Deer Turk and Oak- laud the twin mountain ivsorls of the Alleglieules, ii;0 fi) flip IT'"" l"ll" ' lliefo thnuigli sleepers to tho bait. For Lake CUautiiuqua mid Nlngnra Falls our tr.dns conncet In Cliicbiuall u lili initiK of ilm Krlc route which run iliroiiglKto New' York via Lakewood on ihu soiitlierii bolder ot Lake Cbautau- nun' bMng P onj HHP fl'Plll ll'P )V( i-iiimlng i) slei'lipr nr'l eopl f iM'l' S'Hll tn nnv hnitit nn l.ikn CbillltnilOll.1. For White Sulphur mid nthUr lienllng nitiiiipn oi inu iimniHS. Jiii'iininniiivjiii !, lur foliM it,t comfort, tVaslinmton, Ballbiiore, t at least. .,iiuil.),ida nnd New Ymk, our trains tlieivnf to ,, jii., on'riBctlnn In Union depot. TUcra was no reason why a united Uy Lawwucs N-Kauuei-iU. g. Cliiebii iitl.wlth the -' ' F. F. V. Limited" if din Rlii'i,ii.iik.i mill Ohio rotltO. . Sliinincr cxeiilni) tickets to nil tho caHerii resorts Aire now on salu lu our iiIUiih nt ri'ilni'oil lutes. Our rates to Nsw York and othef Flisbin pHllltJ" llllp-lVcr lll" by uny ouiur iiiroii,;ii ear roim nun, qi .wio, while our uecoiuui .dutlous are illianr To ihotn Him imnleniiil.ile a llln inst lb s (iliuiner wo'wlll bo glad to furnish deserlntlvu uainnlili'ta ol 'the different resoils, ivsirro fleeplng vnr bei'.hs nnd fr.inl-h any iiiliimnl Information. is (0 riitM.iline Mini nmt'', ..... Oall iiii urinldi'BM A. J. t.j tie. Oeu end IV iMriii l'.i;cnger Agent, 0. A M. liy., 1UJN. Uwiulwtt, St. Lvult.Mo. GKOHGIi KLSTON, Drugs and Groccilcs, Fxprcss nnd Kail-ltoad Agent. YMi lJHnINGK.ll, l'iniii and Ornamental Plasterer and jfiST l'ublic Aucllonpcr."!! tap iii lieu Groceries BJ-EOLClIiTIES iiiiiiii ii uiu, iiinii Mini, iiimiiii. Cits-ware, Qiucr.iwuic, Tea rnd Dinner Sets, Chnmbcr, Sets, Library L-imps, Toilet Art icle, Tobacco, Cigars, Wnmlenivari', Ice Chests, llcfrigcrat ors, Gra-s and Garden Seed, Oyr tcrs, Fish and Gjinc in Season. Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce. 230 EAST HIGH STREET. CKNTMCTOWN, COLK CO. MO. ' Cllt'llCII MEETIMiS. Frcsbytcrlan, Thiid Sunday. Uaplist, Fourth, Sunday. Lutheran, Second Suinluy. 1'. A GltKKNUF, 1'oslMuUcr nud Justice of thcl'eacc. 1'iop'r Comiuercial Hotel. Dr. M. A. DUNLA1', lrii"gUt. QUALITY AND WEIGHT $ GUARANTEED iHiittiii iiii in Minn nun ii niiiiuiiiriiin FINE FAMILY GROCERIES Fresh Goods and Low Prices! All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases Sole Agent for Royal JaYi Cofifej. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL 1ST John. T. Craven's T1IK I'LACi: FOK OHOIOE GBOOBBIES. WUUKAV & WKAYKIt, General Merchandise. A. CAMFUKLL, . General Merchandise D. L. IIATUIIORN, General Merchandise. GKOKGH l'Ol'U, l'rnp'r Hotel nnd Dealer in Fine Whiskies, Wines nuJ Cigars. JQHN F. FLH8SA, Miller and Dealer In Mill Stuff. MAUION, COLK CO., MO TAGAHT & KLLI01T, QciKful Jlcrclinmlbp nml Oonntry I'rodiicc. DANIEL Hardware sStOYesi ETC. GUNDELFINGER, Tiiiware iCntlcr ETC. Tho Most Cimplcto Ktci! In C.ntial Mibronri of the llcst and Clicapejt uiirtiwprr, Iinwaie, htnvi , Culliry, Etc. I'.xiIusIvp agent for SfTlie Celebrated o Wire-Gauze Charter Oak q QYes3 AND QUICK MKAL GASOL1NK STOVE. , Door FrMiim, Window Finmii, Wire Scr.rcn, Wriithcr Strips, .Spring Hinges, Iliril Cages, Wati r Curil-rn, Ktc, a Specialty. Tin Hoofing Spouting oiul Jobbii g nf all Mmls (;iveii pn nipt nllciillon. rCTo. 123 HZQ-H SO?EEET. OSAGK CITY, Culo Co., Mo. C. KOKIILF.H, De.dcr In General .MerchmdUe. Til KO 1)011 U SCU KU LKN, General Merchandise niul Country produce. HKNltY l'Ol'U, Dealer lu Flr.o Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. IJONNOT'S, Os-ige Co., Mo. WHEN YOU WANT A NEW Ml Ool-sziiTL ( -- ASK FOR THE CELBDRATED The Best Stovo for tho money ever made. Take no" other. If your dealer cannot supply you write direct to uc. INDIANAPOLIS STOVE CO,, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. L. 11. nOILLOT, F.opr. lloiinof. Mill Hotel, nnd uoeiit for W, J. Lump's Kvg and UqUIo Beer. Anton Nutsch, Dealer iu Stoves, 403 West Main St., Jeff oraon City. i ,..,. Hi. ... ,K .-i'.aM'iw.'OT',g'g8vi!