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GATl Tlio L'nrrp.p'iJ l III. STATE REPUBLICAN- T OITY, MISSOURI 'icffptlon, $1.00 Pop Yean, The Important Inquiry is, whcro docs the farmer come In on tlio dem ocratic ticket? F. O. Fulkerkov, Business Mnnngcr Thursday, Aiiaust 7, 18!'0. Tub ticket can be beaten batlly. Tammasv was there, but could not get there. Or.o. Waiint.u wanted to bo pro- bato judge. Wo told Georgo six months ago that It was useless for him to ask for favors from the demo crats In Cole county. They expect lihn to vote and work for the ticket, but they arc never willing to help him. Siscr. the construction of the Hun- cock road has been talked about It Is intimated that if the proper induce- Hr.rnu.tcAK harmony can carry the mcnlg lrc offerctl t10 branch will be whole ticket. expended to Lebanon. Oeo. Ramsky would have made a better showing than Bill l'lummer. A ralboad to Hancock will double the travel to Jefferson City. for mayor, ami prevented the nomi nation of Anthony Ittncr. Mngulro received less than 4,000 votes. In 1877 It supported an Independ ent candidate for mayor unsuccess fully, against the regular republican candidate, as it also supported a council ticket made up of democrats and the Independent. In LS78 it made up a pool with Andy Clabby and other democrats, whereby it opposed tlio republican candidates and went in for Clabby Laughlm and other democrats, who were elected over the republicans. It was that year and that election, that in tlio interests of the u.-l). and demoeratij combine that the secre tary of the city republican com mittee was detected getting otil a ticket, off of the form of the regular Kvkuv possible scheme for inducing the people to travel is being devised by the rnllro.uls . Tin: icpubllcans throughout the stale expect us to send a republican to the legislature. Citow for breakfast, crow for din nrr. t-rnw for sctmsr. It's crow, crow and nothing but crow. Notiiisi; like democratic harmony. It was a singular sight that demo cratic primary at the court house. We understand that Judge Swift does not feel disposed to again make the race for county judge. The Judge thinks he has served ids paity city ticket, at the same olllcc where long enough and that they had belter t10 re-publican tickets were b.lng try a new man. It is true, there U prints, 5nt just In lime to prevent no money in the position and that lis netting away with them and with considerable time is required to per form the duties' Imposed, Hill, we Notice of Final Settlement Notice Is hereby given, that tlio tuidcr slsued executors of tlio ostnto of J . U. Knlser, deceased, will mulct) ilual settle muiit of. tbulr accounts with said estnto as such executors at the next term of tlio Probato cottit ot Colo county, Missouri, to bo liohlcn nt Cltv of Jiffurson, In enld country on tho 2nd Monday of August, A. I.,lt'00. llKNIlV DCLLK, .T. C. FlSllElt ANI Mauia Kaiseii, .Executors. BW. -A-. J allmeyeH IJvlS.U RcN6E think, if the party thinks that lie should i emaiu in tho harness he ought not refuse to accept the nomi nation. The Judge lias made a faith ful olllcer. and unless a man of equal Illness can be found, we believe that the inteicits of the pally will be pro moted by his rcnomiiialioii. T i:is is a great Halo but her peo ple seem to have queer notions of Hiutiimcan delegates to the conn ty convention should select the best propriety and but lillle regard for moil in the county and put llicm on the w If.irc of llicir neighbors. the ticket. Tin: necessity for rain lias been felt as keenly for the past ten days ns It wnq iliiiinir the hot spell a month ago. Gr.s. McIntvki: is the democratic nominee. He Is plei'gol to Vest. That is what will defeat him before the people. The election of good men to the county bench is one of the most im portant things the republicans have to look alter. To illustrate, they arc running a Hog for governor, and, at the same time they arc exporting Mills into this -slate, the giUt of which is becoming very' unpalatable to friends of the Texas candidate residing in Missouii. IVxans arc stiangc people. Mr. Maddux was supported for probate Judcc but failed to get it, He then asked for the nomination for sheriff, but the farmers were told to stay on their farm. Wi; have at last secured the recog nition of Col. J. Houston Goodwin. While there is no present financial future in the position, it puts the Col. in line for promotion. Mr. Ili..st, the "Gold Hi wants the Klevcnlli district to return iiiuYto congress. He asks it, we pre sume, on account of what he has not done for the district. Dn:iNi the most critical period of the country's history, Mr. Vest voted to appropriate the school fund of the !tatc for confedeialc military pur pose. ow he is voting to Keep me union soldier, his widow and orphan children out of the paltry sum of'SK) per month. c "ive him credit :or being a consistent confedeiatc, but in that we can sec nothing that would iustify a union soldier voting for hi tn . Louis. There seems to be but one senli mcnt regarding the railroad prnjee lion to Hancock. It is looked upon as the most important step that has been suggested in years. The dis tance is only 3'.' miles, and if the A T. & S. F. take bold of it the proba bilities are that such a line will never stop at Hancock. The county south of that pciint wants a railroad badly as any county in the stale, and Tun poor lillle ofllee of probato judge was offered to the farmers. If its extension on south will give the that satisfies them tuey certainly don't want much. Tnr. Imrinnninus dcinomts are after the farmers vote. They hav offered them one ollice out of u dozen. l'.ior little farmer can vote, but. can't get an olllcc. main line one of the best feeders in the state. The road from Haneocl to Jefferson City will be an important feeder to the main system, because it will then be a competitor of tho Mo. Pacific for the Osajje river and Jefferson City trullle. The A. T. Wr. hope the democrats outside of Jefferson township, some HOP, don't think they have been ignored. The city boys expected the ollic;s and got llicm, that's all. Tin: boys beard something drop in the democra'.ie township meeting Saturday last. It was a novelty to sec .1. It. Edwards and W. S. Pope roosting on the top round of the lad der and sweeping everything bcfoic llicm. Tnr. Klevcnth district is naturally destined to become a mamifacturln-. center. It has iron, coal, zinc and timber in abundance, and yet, both Mr. Vest and llland arc doing llu ir best to destroy the tariff system and thereby wipe out tho last hope the people have of the opening up and development of Ibis vast belt of min eral wealth. Mr, AiiTHi-u GniMsiiAw announ ccs his determination to retire from politics and enter the express service as agent to suc-.-ecd his father, I Ion. Jonathan Grimshaw, who will resign about January 1, lS'.m, and visit the old country. The party will lose strong candidate for county clcik. Mr. Giimshaw has made an nble of flciul. and would have been renomi natcd and elected. Tiik republicans of Jefferson City had tlio pleaMiic of healing Mr Chauncey I. I'illey, chaiiman of llu btaie central committee, on Saturday cvcuitiir. He spoke at tho court house to a large and appreciative an diencc, a largo number of demociuli being present. Mr. Filley is ono of tho best speakers in the slate, and his thorough knowledge of the tariff nud other g cat questions places him in tho front ranks as a party conn elor and advisor. If Mr. Fillei could bo heard by every man In the state there would be no room for rclemocraUo majorities or pluralities S. I . Co. is not iilimi, anil Hence me project is viewed favorably by that oinpanv. A line connecting thu ity with the Frisco will make Jeff son City the gate way to the north 1 and west for all passenger trallle from the south, and give us a Ihroti-'h tiunk line fiom Chicago to Gul- cston. Wo believe that something of importance will grow out of the agitation of Ibis project, and if so, every chin-Mi who has the wclfaic of t'.io town at iicart should be ready to respond to the best of his ability. MISSOURI'S PIGGOTT. nomination of Isaac JI. .Mason iior.i- ami muif. Km- r.niKi- 1 M t In Mnitsi-, "111. aim -mi uuer Values ami awut-t lints" Hills. a h.l of the regular tickets which were tinned over to the G.-I).-Andy Cl.diby combine. So it can be seen that the politi cal puiists of the G.-l). order arc not unfamiliar with the way of such frauds upon the parly, and reaping for their combines the benefits. This smart and dishonest secretary of the committee was scon gotten rid of and had to leave the city because of lids criminal use of him by the G.-D. outfit, and suffer the fate of the As sociated Prcs3 telegram stealer for the G.-D., who, poor fellow lost em ployment and character, while the piiueipala and receivers of the swag thrived. In 183i, the G.-D. bolted the rcg ular and Chas. F. Vt'ticl, and aided the democrats to defeat, as the party had became tired, then as now, of its bolts-. In 188 1 it bolted the regular nomi nee for congress, Aici.cnn, who ic ceived more votes with its opposition than lie leccived in '82 witli its sup port. It also opposed and bolted the regular republican candidate for she. iff, and bragged in one column that it defeated him, while in another it told the truth ill saying that the 11,000 voters illeg-dly stricken off of the registration lists were, as incy were the cause of it, and against which, and the loss cf a republican congressman and a part of the city ti'jket, it had not a word of com plaint to utter, and so by its "omin ous silence" was party to the crime against the paity, and the citizens' lights and the government. Did it utter a complaint? No, it was in "ominous silence" cahoot with the f i amis. The old hypociitei istit oh! how pure now! Tho Andy Clab- by-Hlong-lliitler-Wngcnman patriots ! In 1880 it had its own dear way, and the republican ticket went, not through "ominous silence" but with its active support, to defeat, as in 1887, the school board also went. In 1888 ittiied without success to stop the union of the two conflicting city republican committees. Hut it couldn't, and that was the way thai in the fall election, in spite of its de termination, llio republicans were C. W. WALLENDORF, Manager. Fire, Tornado, Cyclone, Tlio.folloivlns tollable Companies, represented : 1' ire Association, German American, Hamburg Bremen, Home. Lancashire, Liverpool, .London, Globe, l'coplc's, Milwaukee, Mechanics. Oakland Home. Traders', Pht'iiii., Phoenix, Spiinglle.ld, United Fircmeii's Western Home, ItSTOIllce over Thomas' store, Comer High & Madison Sis. What Wo Do and What Wo Don't Do. Wo ndvortiso whnt wo havo to solli Wo always hnvo wlint wo advertise Wo can nud will givo you moro vnluo for your mouoy than you cnu get olsowhero. WHAT WE DON'T DO. Wo don't misrepresent. Wo don't pull you in from Iho street. Wo don't hunt you up in tho naloons. Wo don't buy our customers with drinks. THIS 13 OUR GUIDE. Our goods, nt tho prices wo offer them, will sell themselves. M. Goldman. . JOHN BRIGHT Xj-AJDIIES' . Tc Our Frlend9- Kxccutoi's, administrator s, trust tee's ami guardian's have tho righj to name the paper in which publica tions required by law be made, and we ask our friends to remember the lh:rt:ni.icAS when they have publica tions to make. MISSES' and OHILDKENS JMEW GOODS NEW f RICES A FULL LINE OF FINE S2xoo3 iTixs-b 0;p:n.e3L Homo "I'l'liM will Hint I lie lnl f thu imlilin iloninln r uKrlmlliirat n'nl j:riiriiitf vnluo a'nnirllu' lin-nt Xiirllii'tii Ity hi X. Pnl-ola.t noiil nia HEY TOWNS FREE LAUDS litOor more alonjrlliclin-atNnrllu-rn linllwav I.Imo, llii-incf iIkum'-!. Wrllu t l.WillTMSV.-t.Piiiil.Mhiii. lor batiks malt, .'Ir. WriU' now. H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmeyer, I'ri'in'k'iit, cnthlcr, W, A. 1UU.MKYF.U, A-el-Unt cnalilvr. EXCHANGE BANK, OF JKr FKHSON CITY, MO. loo ft Ki'ticral bnnUnj: ImMnof". llii)sniit pi'IM Doniotlfi nml Fim-ipi KM-tnitic. Knr iiImIi Ii'tU'tH of tntniiluctimi hiu! credit to lie tnrioiiM rnnvip(HnuMue. Anvnj a lisi imnu'V to Utan 1H riiMniniT. .llows Intt'ttM on tltut! ik'K)lt-, liy nicrtM'iiii'nt, mid U',iln In (inUTii mcnt, Htiiti-, ('(unity, .Mmiirip;il Itontlrt nud IiIkIi ftnittu ft'ciirltl' collections itiutlo on Kuron' an fme uiruci. Sultlcri itii free (tovennneiit nu ninny Hie tiroat Nnrltiern M Urn In North iMUtitn Hiu) Mont:inn K1'1 1' rate ami tine markets for roilnct. LOW RATES W. C. Young, rri-yiMcni. Oscar G, Buich, easlilc r-SOLH AGENT 1-OU TIIK- 'Celebrated John Meier GKEJIDTTS' SHOES School Shoes n Specialij'S Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere (6'HO EAST IIIOII St. IN TENNESSEE IIOUSE.TBa OUR JULY SALE IN HUHTING, FISHING. 1 I'lneM re'orlaln America ntnng tireat Xortiieru Mm- in vin 1 tie-Mil, DttknUn iiihI Vontana. ' ltt ellmalu lor lie.illli t-etker. FirstEational Bank DRY G00DS- carpets, footwear and trunks SPI1CIAI, INDUCEMENTS. HORSES, CATTLE. HEALTH, WEALTH, In Vontnnn. Landt, New Tovni, "ew It.lilwnjf, New Mints, Low R&tci. l:ireft area uf p'oI acaiit land. fiwcvt (inns Mil!-, Milk i nd So i lliiervallt'vc, onlann.reaclm.un y tlu tlreat Northern limm.iy l.'ine. Tins -firk Kaiser pannlNe. SHEEP, Hil'T-'HKSON CITV, MO. Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750. niiir.cToiis. W. C. YotlNIt, .1. ij. l-'l.KMINd. .1. O. SlJIIOTT, .iKSSi: V. IlKMiY, Jacoii Tannkii, .1. K. KiiWAitn.i, (li.oiKii: Wacmik. Do a ,'cncral hniiKln ImihIiic-h. Uav anil e-ell riin-lKH ainl Dumi'sllc Kvchatiirt', I'liil.-il r.t:iti-i imnili ami iillu-r fa-euritu--; acroMnU ri'crlxol, loans an.! ill-cimnts niak on ravtirahlu Icrm.. rronilit altentMitt ic-li lo all !nifchwi enlrtut. oil lo Uf u.irc. GOLD, COAL. Tit'rei:ionntrdnU.ir tuiireatN'orllu irn linihmv Linu in Montana linnlncc nil llieliri't limniinil Imn-rmet-it. New tort i. h and ralhvnj are lieinfj built ! D. H. Mc'ntyro, lri!rfile.nt. M. R. Sinks, Vice rri'idcnt. J- H. Dicrcks, i:ashlir !ohn T. Claiko. Afi-t.uitcalik-r. (lo to 'tin- Ureal llcfi-rvallon of Mont.tna ami srl a (ooil fri-e lionn!. Hi-ail. oi r.im an-l I'riT -l(-('l" ti (HI Uri'at .Nucli-ii l!y Una. lio now, Tliusc liaw nil tc Montana thu rirlirrt Slati-lH-r r.i;.lti In tlm I'lilon I I'lonlvot room rm-nio.-i- 'inner anil I ttockralccrs Now iiil-liiui'. Alniist!iclirc.ilNorllHrii llnllnny I vnillTH l.lnu In niit.iii.i nro free ranclii" lUUIlu nml i:lNliir.i(.-, m nei el pfccioui rrciais, lion anil fit il.a.ul i?w c.tici andtoni. I Xow In lour cli.inu', I l Thfl Merchants' Bank allL RIVER, HERDS. MINES. GREAT FALLS SurrouiuUMl liv n tine agricultural and j.'nuincoiintiy,clu-e to mme of liieeioiti nietuN.lron and ro.d,iio-f es f lug a wtUt powef une.uiuiiled In Amer ieaHtle ontium's industrial centre. OF JKFFEIiSOX CITY, MO. CAl'ITAI., - - S3 0,0 0 0. IHISKCTOIIS. I). II. MclKTVIIK, V. II. lllNlll.lt, I.. (J. l.OUMAN, (J. A. Waiu:, M. It. SINKS, J. IS. KUHAIIDS, j. D. GutiiioN, .1. II. UicitCKt), l'mi.ti- Ott. Cull Special Attention to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. m-1I Foreign unit lJonu-.tlc Kvcliaiia -ncral n.uiMnx Uiihiiuwi.. liaiiH anil niailu on tlio inot raorablt! luruiH. U Y GOODS. GAIM'KTS. SIIOK-5. NOTIONS. Ilillll.inllncs, Ciiipets!, O.sfdidTlos, silk Mlitx, lleillk'tlns, a-l'lv Gl-.-lilc.-", Slipii-, Silk (ilovcn, r.iinnl Mnsllu, Kxiiiliistui-, Kid Slmoy, l.llu ( loves, I'liiln Wlilto ;ini(i. GlillilV Shoes, UnrtenviNir, GodiU. :t-t'lj llniK'li, Iliitton Hlioei". Cinsels, Oiillns Clolli, JlllKin U.-iL-k rinw Slioes, T.ncrK, Clieviut, Hotly, Cult llnot?, Kiiilnolilt-iles Gottonailc, Hotly IJins-cli, Kip Hoot.-", l-'loiliit-ln, Sun Similes, Volct. Ankle Tic-' t Ynnthkc I.nco tJinliu-lla.s, J'tiiin Collii" Ktc, Ut. Ku , Etc l-'niis, etf. Jtn Carpet. It irtmlil lio 'neicilllilii to say to my filcniH nml eiiftontern tli:t I m II jrood nr ."'lo on I In., do'.lar.or 1 1 ) 1 inoto to jjlvc oikH away; li'it I may say iui-oiilldencu that It ulll pay you to ileal with me, and that yoti 111 i-.ive iuoney. Jtc.pcct- tuiiy, ii.k. scnuirz. N. H. Show cases for sale at lei than the niateilal U woith. JOHN A, LSIHA RDI ami uo a t Difcounl 'llicvnlU-M'or Mi ll Vouhc, MUsonrl, Milk nml nun IIUcm rvarlicit Ity (ircat Nnrllivrn l!y l.llio. llilr ratf t-vwic-Iiiiih M-it. n, 43, ttmlDi-t. II, 10, rllo F. 1 ViursKV(t, I'aul, miiiii. GJ. R.L. 1)1 RECTO UY Stale a i r 1 irmicu urocenes SPECIAI.TIE3 IIIIIMI1MII. IIMIIlllllllllllllllHIII. Clsssware, Qiui-r.bwaro, Tea end Dinner .Sets, Cliambcr Sets, I.iliraiy Limps, Toilet Article', Tobacco, C'tean, Wontleiitvarf, lec Chests, Kcfiigeral crs, (irttts and Garden Seed, Oyr lertJ, 1'tsli and Game in Season. Gash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce 230 EAST HIGH STKEET. P- The Manner in VJhich he ha "Knifed" the Republican Party, Mug McCullagh's Treachery. It is enough to make a horse laiigli to see Joe McCullali posing as elec tion lefoimcr lo those that know and aro familiar with his antecedents. In 1U70, the paper was foremost in the Sclini.-McKec Gratz Ilrowii bolt, so disastrous to the republican luity, and from nhicli he has not yet re covered, because everything was by fiat bolt surremk-red to the llouiboi) democracy. In 187i its ptt secretary of Illi cit' republican committee, used the cut of tho state committee to get nut a bogus ticket, leaving o'f the name of the lepublican cam 1 1 .tc anfl In serting the name democratic candi date. Pure, honest Globe-Democrat. And, iinmcdutcly thereafter, it tup ported as did tho whisky ring gen crally, this ballot stuffer for an im portant ollW-i-tl position uiisucccss fully but earnestly. ill 1871 ft aided to defeat Winaalo, tlio republican candidate for con gress, win wf.s elected over Stout-, democrat, but- s'tiffcd aulcotin'iri out. In 1875 it supported Cou Moguiie enabled by that union, to carry the city by 10,000 uiajoiily, and to elect three rt publican congressmen, and save the home tho admission of the four new slate, the oiganir.ition of the house, the gain of live new re publican congressmen and tight new republican United States senators, and control and teeiire the passage of the tariff bill, and control legisla tion generally, all of which would have btcii Impossible if Hie demo crats and disorganizes who run the G.-D. could have had their own way and mailt! the "workeis go anil slay gone." A supeilatlvc nice old ex convict successors crowd to hcwl purity or that the workers must go, As the Celt has repaatctlly said, if workers go, then Hie whole republi can ticket will go with it. Dut per haps that is what the G. D. Is play-1 ing for, as it is well known that the democratic editor would rather tec Xormilo the n-niieless, elected Hum any republican tip-m the tickt t ne-Nl fall. S! . I.ouis CMt. Administrator's Notice of Salo of Real Estate- Hv vb tuo of an order ot the Probate com t, uiailo tit lltu May term of the ntltl court, I will. In tilietllmieo to tahl order, on Tuci-il.iv, the Will 0-iy ' August iieM at the oittrihoiKo door, hi lltu Uliy of .Jeffeiwn ail l U-ni'l'V ol V -Its. t-xp e at iiutjlie tiui-lli'ii "II III" Inti-rel ot Miry Ilantiliiu. ileeeaM-il. In nml to a curiam lot or tract ot latiil.tlett-rlhfil as follow-: I'.iits of otillots X- ill. 71. W 'V1,1' and also part ot teell-iM Hi. towii.'lilp U, rattiftt 11 . containing U 7-KW "civs moio or t?w. l-'r more imrtlctihir deieriiitioii sco older of court. Tcr. us ors.u.Ks Tint ea-li. linl uu'e on n credit of our ,i-ar wllh II percent, hitcn-ft the pur-i-lia-tcr ghhig .tiiprov. d si eiulty. Jos. Sr.iMrri.t Kxeeu'or tif llu etluto of Ma-y llau nlaaiit d-.'cvrtsed. When You Co South You will wish to be fully Informed as to tho cheapest, most till cct, and most plens ant route". You will wish to purchase your ticket via the route that will subject yovf to no delays, and by which through trains aro run. Ilt-fore you Mint yon should provide jouiself with a nup and lluie-t.tb'.o of thu MciiipliU H into (Kan sas City, Kurt Scott & Memphis It. It.) tuo only direct route ftoin and via Kan sas City to all point In Eastern and Southern Kansas, Southwest Missouri and Texas. Practically tlio or.ly lotite from tho 'West to till .Southern cities. Knllro trains wllh PiiHtnim Palace Sleep ing cais and free l!t!i lining Chnlr Cars, IvntiHiiri Cltv to M mollis: through Itc- l-1IiiIiil' ClmW Cnrs.(fan l-'tetO. Kansas City to Hlrmlughnui; through llMt-cUss co.teh, Kansas City to Chattanooga, Kuoxvillo iintl niMol; through sleeping i-Mi-. Kansas City to XcwOtleius. This U tho direct louli-, anil many miles the shnitcst to l.tttlo Itoek. Il"t Spiiug, Ktireka Springs, l'oit Smith, Van Huron , l-'nyuUcvllli! and all points in Aikattsa. rieiid for n l.Krgo limp. Semi for a copy nf ilin Missouri anil Kaunas l-armcr. an t'lglit-pagi! Illiistiiited papir, containing lull ami reiiitoio ltiioi'itaiioii in lutiitioii to the great Stales ot Mis mil am! Kan sas. Issued moiillily nml mailed lice. Adiliees J. H. I.ot'KWooit, ' Oeu'l Pass & Ticket Agt., If . Kansas City , Mo. KLSTOX, COLK COUNTY, Mo. Cllli'llCII MIXTINIiS. llaplist, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: S. D. TURNER, Physician. S. M. KLSTOX & Co , General Merchandise and Jobbers in Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine, &c. &c. &c. U. LACKAMP, Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Collins, lite. GKOP.GIi KLSTON, Drugs and Groceries, Kxprcss nud Rail-Hoad Agent. Wsi. DKRRIXGKR, Plain and Ornamental Plasterer and tSy Public Auctioneer. Ba CKN TltKTOWX, COLK CO. MO. CIIUIICII MEKTIXOS. Presbyterian. Tb'ud Sunday. Uaptiit, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. Excursion Ratea to Eastern Resorts. The attention of the tiMVeling publl.t is called to the advantages of tlio l)ldo anil Ml'tUstppI Itallwiy as a route to Xew Yoik, Phll.itlfli Ida, WafhlngHop, I). U.,U.tltlitoro, Clneluuatl and Louis ville, as vcll as to thu numerous health anil pleasure lesortsof llui Kust. B ill morning unit evening lines ot Pullman Vestlb- lo Buffet Sleepers me ruu from St. l.niiis to New.Yurk via thu abnvo mimed cities ovjr the Haltlnioio mid Ohiu roiiie. Decr-Paik and Oak laud tho twin mountain ri-soils ot thu Allcghenlfs, aro tut tho tl'ivct routo of llie'u tliroiigh slct-pci'4 tolhoKast. Kor l.aku Chaulttuqua ainl Niagara Falls our trains connect in Cincinnati with Irabu of iho Kilo route which lint through lo NVv York via I.nkowood on mo soiiini'i'u uoruer tu i.iku l,'iiiiiiuiu tjiia; being the only line from tho west running aMi-cpcr rr a couch ot any kind to any point on I.ako Chautauqua. Kor White ulpliur null other healing fining-1 ol tlio Virginias; Richmond, Did iMitit comioit, Win-tiuiiiton, uiiitliuorc, llil.ule)ila atul New Y""k, our trains make direct connection In Union (It-put, Cincinnati, with the K. V, V. Limited" of l lie Chcsapcako and Ohio routu. Huiiiuier excursion tickets to nil tlio eastern resoits. are now ou talc In our olllcc at reduced latus, Our rates to Kewr York and other eastern points nio lower than by tiny other through ear route from Sc. I.ouis, while our aecoium datlous aro unsur passed. To those who contemplate a hip rust tills siuumVr wo will be glad to furuUli desi-rlptlvn pamphlets' ol the different rctoits, rtut'ivo tleepiog ear bt-i-ihs nud furubh any uddltlounl Information as to I'alcMiiiio and routes. Cull on or address A. J. Lytic, Gen eiul Wcstoiu Pagwnger Agent, 0, & M. ity., 105 N. UrviV)'i bt. Lvuls, ilo, T. A GRKICNUP, Post Mailer audJiislicc of (lie l'cacc, Piop'r Commercial Hotel. Dr. M. A. DUNLAP, QUALITY AND AVEIGHT t GUARANTEED casta S FINE llllllllllllllll llllttllllllllll Mill Mil lllll II. una u ft FAMILY GROCER IRSa Fresh Goods and Low Prices I All Our Teas Arc Guaranteed to Pleases sSole Agent for Royal J&yi Coffea. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL T11K PLACH roit CHOICE G-BOCEBIBS, MURRAY & WHAVKU, General Mcrcliandisc. A. A, CA.MPUKLL, General Merchandise. D L. II ATI! HORN, General Merchandise. GKURGlv 1'OPU, Prop'r llott-l and Dealer in Fine 'VhUki3, Wines and Cigars. JOHN V. Kl.KSSA, Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff. MARION, COLli CO., MO TAGART & KLLIOIT, General Mcrchandite and Country Produce. DANIEL GUNDELFINGER, Hardware gfe Tinware ssStoYess -Ciitlerj ETC. EJTO. The Most Ccmplete Sink in Curtial Miscottri of Ihc Rest and Clicnpcft llaiilwaic, Tiuwiiic, Strvt, Cu'.liry, t'le. Lm-IusIvc ngent for Thc o Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stoyes-s AND QUICK MKAL GASOLINK STOVU. Door 1'Vf.nirs, Window Fronips, Wire Screen, Weather Strips, Sprintf Hinges, llird Cages, Wnltr Conltrs, Ltc, a t-prclaiiy. Tin Rooting Sp'iuting anil ilolihii g of nil klutls clvin pirmpt nttrntion. 3STo. 123 I-IIGKEC STHEET. OSAOK CITV, Cole Co., M. "alcOKllLKR, ' Do tler in General Mcrclniiillsc. ' mm IX )RU SCIIKULICN, General Merchandise nud Country produce. HENRY POl'H, Dcalcr'iu Flno AVhisltlcs, Wines and Cigars. WHEN YOU WANT. A NEW liONNOTS, Osage Co., Mo. L. 11. DOILLOT, li opr. lloui.ot'o .Alill Hotel, and ngcut for W. J. Letup's Keg and Bottle Beer. (ookingtove, ASK FOH THE CELEBRATED ThO He8t otovo tor no money ever muue. iuro nu utnei. If your dealer cannot supply you write direct to us; ! INDIANAPOL IS STOVE . C INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. mi SB mi mm Mi Auton Natscb, Dealer in Stoves, 403 West Muln St., Jefferson CiiH ' -.-.Ll 1 W1 A i hi.