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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN
JJKFrXRSON CITT, MISSOURI Subscription, $1.00 Pop Yeor, F. Q. Filiemox, Business Manager TliursdnT, August 14, 1S1HL A railroad to the Frisco. Raii.uoad shops "111 come. Put up a good ticket ami it will win from top to bottom. Dr.. Ksi.or. seem to be the favor ItT'for' the legislature. Everybody says he can be elected. It Is not the river route that we need. It will help some, but a hue conncctln" this city with Hancock or Lebanon is the crying necessity of the hour. From every part of Ihc county wo hear something of interest, and if the convention nominates a good ticket ticket will suffer. anything-like as good a showing, and It Is only n beginning. If wc can get a railroad south of us the popu lation of this city will double in five years. Tub republican meets on the l!8lh. state convention With the suburbs and prison pop ulation we have 5,."i00 people. Tiik cityjeonneil has directed the city attorney to prepare an ordinance to extend the city limits. Better late than never. Wc first suggested it in April, three months before the census enumerator went to work. Mis. I)LANt eiitettaincil Ills au dience with a discourse on Mr. Reed's ruling and emptied the hall. Mr. Wand need not bother himself about the rules after tins session, In fact the rules will cca-e to interest him after the election. Wakk up and strike for future greatness and prosperity. Nothing will give it but a railroad connecting this city with the Frisco. Let not the hours slumber in forgctfulncss. Men make cities. A btrong effort is being made to induce Win. W. Wagner to accept the nomination for collector. He is a good man and the strongest in the party, and our advice i, insist on ills nomination and he cant refuse. Mn. Pi.i-.mii hitj the boys on bi lb. sides between llio eyes. Willi lllaine firing reciprocity from tlic outside and ritiinb shooting canister and urupe from the inside, MeKliiley will have to come down and out of that tariff tree. Readjust the tariff but don't increase it. Kansas is stirring things tip in congicss, and Kansas is about right. There is no necessity for an increase in the tariff, and the republicans did not so understand it in the last cam paign. A readjustment of the tariff rates is icipiired, and that is what the party expects congress to do. Xo increase in rales. Rut notwithstanding tho fact that foreign farmers arc taxed for Hie privilege of. selling their products in oUr markets, they did send hero du ring the last fiscal year staple farm products to the value of nearly Sl-1,- 000,000, viz: Rrcadstuffs, 80,004,- 272, vegetables, l,-lu5,Q31, live aid- malls, !J,i"0,277. After paying over two and three quarter million dollars as tariff, these were sold In competi tion with the products of Amciican farms. It Is with such facts as tficsc that free trade attorneys should bo con fronted when pleading with tho farm er for his vote against the policy of protection for American labor. The American farmer can no more suc cessfully compete against the cheap grown wheat of India mid Russia than the Amciican manufacturer can compete with his foreign competitor In making cheap goods. Tho tariff of 20 cents per bushel removed, and the pi ice of American grown wheat would come down, or foreign grown wheat would bo sold In its stead. l'rojf of this lies in a comparison of mat kct quota! inns from the commer cial centers of Kuropcnnd the United States. And farmers will find more profit in such comparison than In lls'.cning to the confusing diatribes free trade advccales. Notice of Final Settlement' Notlco la hereby .given, tlial tho under signed executors or tlio estate of J. II. Kaiser, deceased, will ihr.ko final settle ment of tliolr accounts witli said estate as such executors at tho next term of tho Probate court of Colo comity, Missouri, to bo holdon at Olty of Jefferson, In said county, on thu 2nd Monday of An rust, A. llUNIIV DULl.t, ,T. C. FISIIEK AND Maiua Kaisimi, Kxecutors. The revival of river tratllu is one of the encouraging signs of the fu ture. It is one of the straws to show that river improvement is a growing question. Water transportation cheaper than rail, and all river towns will have that advantage as manufac turing centers. Mk. Gor-i.u has decided to post none the construction of the river route. The people of Jefferson City cannot afford to permit the darkness of destiny to cast its shadow over the bright and glorious future of our city, and no time should be lost in pressing forward the Hancock ex tension of Ihc A. T. & H. F. Tiik democrats in the county con vention told the city people that under the rules of the farmers al liance of Missouri they could not vole for a lawyer or a nanucr tr put on the ticket. All they asked for wa one place on the ticket, that of rnntliilatn for tlite. legislature. Hut the thing had been lixed against llicm and the city boys toofc-rmt only the lecisiaturc nut, cvcryiuuia m siaui. They offered the country lie little old office of probate judge, bht.the question was, how could a farmer go on a ticket that Ins order woulil no. allow him to support? Mr. Fowler saw where they had put him and re fused to sell out. This is a bad year for democrats. The union soldier xays he can't vote for Mclntiic ; the alliance men say they can't vote for him and there arc other democrats that won't vote for him. How. then, docs ho expect to be elected? Republicans, stand guard, make no promises : if you stand firm the next representative from Cole county will not be a demo cr.it. Mhxs forgot lo discuss our pyra mid of democratic defaulting treas urers. Wc have not forgotten them, and fearing that the people, like Mills, might overlook the matter, wc desire to establish the fact thatl'eakc still holds the top down . l'eake. Silcott, Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, 62,400,000. JOHN L ERVIN, The republican congressional con vention met in this city on the Kith inst.. and nominated John L. Krwin of Callaway county, for congress against Richard 1'. Wand. Mr. Krwin was born in Harrison county, Ohio, July 28, 1810. On the Uth day of AujTiist. 18(12 he enlisted In the Union army md seived until Sep tembor 2(5, 18(15. lie moved lo Cal laway county at the clone of the wa' nml engaged in fanning, WHICH lie has followed with great success up to this day. His attention has been de voted entirely lo agriculture and stock raising. He is a good speaker and was state lecturer in the Institute woik of the State Board of Agricul turo. He is now vice-president from Missouri of the Xalioual Dairy Asso cialion of the Worlds fair, and is one of the foremost, members of 111' farmers alliance. Mr. Krwin having resided in Callaway county for the past 2j years and is one of the best known men in the county, and bein peisonally popular ought to run well in that county. lie will make strong canvas;, and with the aid of a united parly will likely surprise .Mr. Bland in November. 1W. jL 11 ALLWIEYEJi IJMSUR;OcNeE C, W. WALLENDORF, Manager. Fire, Tornado, Cyclone, The following Reliable Companies represented: l'iro Association, German American, Hamburg llrcuitn, Home. Lancafhirc, Liverpool, London, Glebe, People's, Milwaukee, Mechanic. Oakland Home, Traders', Plicnix, Phoenix, Springfield, United Firemen's, Western Home, tayOlllce over 1 nomas' store, Corner High & Madison Sts. What Wo Do nnd What Wc Don't Do. Wo ndvertiso what wo hnvo to Boll Wo nlwuya Imvp what wo ndvertiso. Wo can and will givo you moro vnluo for your mouoy than you can got olsowhero. wiiat we don't do. Wo don't misi'oproaont. "Wo don't pull you in from tho fitrcot. Wo don't hunt you up iu tho unloons. Wo don't buy our customers with drjnks. this is OCR OUIPE. Our goods, nt tho prices wo offer them, will sell thomselvcs. M. Goldman. O. FORTH The year 18D0 wo will curry an unusuiily largo stock-- GoM Pons, Chains, Cloel.s, SIccto Buttons, Collar Bu' tour- Curving Pits, Pius, Rings, i Chaims, WnfchoF, Clccl.w, Ciislurs, Card Receivers, Butler. Dishes, Thimbles, Berry Spoons, Sugar-' Bowls, Cronmors, Ororn Glasses, Knives, Forks, Spoons ( Etc., Etc., Etc. CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE. Home ppfU'i'H will Ami the lift ot (lio imljlio domain rr uxrimlturiil nml (rrnflnc -t1uo I'lona tin- lre.it Northern Ity In N. lMKotii& umitaim FREE LAUDS Order of Publication' STATU OF MISSOURI, COUNTY Of t'OLi:. J S-S. In Hie (J'rcult eouit nt Mild county. on Monday, 2ml day uf June, lSHO, the iuimwiiir, unions oilier piocccuings, were mm. viz: Mav Ti:um 1M0. f ho State uf Mi-iiiiri, iit'l the relation and to the y I'lalullff tic ot Henry .1, Unite, J collector of tliu rev- I Taxes emiu ot Cole county, In the State of MH-1 ;ouri,vs. Sarah DavN, Defendant. Now at till-, day come the "plaintiff herein livA. M. limurli.r.Mt. .liH altoi- ney, anil it appeal lux in tlie court iruui 1 llie letiliu nf thchhuiiff Unit tin: iiIjovi; . named defendant, Sarah Davi,! a non resident of the Stat') ot .MHsmul, or li.H il)-eonilcd or iih-entci! Iier-clf inini her usual place of nhoilo in V.iU tt itCM) thai thu orulnary pioeesi of law cannot ti sci veil upon her. It l therefore onleiud by the court that said tk'feiidjnt lm no tlricd by publication. Unit plaintiff lia. commenced a nilt against her in tills eouit, tho object and j.;enerul initnro ol the petition Mud In said caine bein;; the eiifoieenient of the lien of the. State of MlsMUiii lur.ilii-t ceilaln real property owned by said defendant, nnd fully de scribed In slid petition as follows: Lute seven (71 elalit (Siaiul nine (iu in uioeh 0 In St. X lioiuas, Mo., for eerluln taxes, inteic't and costs levied upon salil real property as in said petition fully set forth; and that tinlc'S the taid Sarah Uavis ue I'liu appear at tins conn :u im1 next term Ihereof to be Iji 'iu and hol den nt the court lioi'se, In the Oily of .lefferson in said county, on the liisi Monday !u leecinber, A. 1). , U'lW, mid on or pefoic the third day of said term, plead, answer or demur to the petition lu said cati-e, the same will'bo taken as confessed, and judgment rendered accordingly- And it Is further ordered that a copy hoicuf bu published lu (lie Si ati: 1!i:i,l'ii.ican', a newspaper pub-ll-hed In said county and slate, lor four weeks siurejycly, jiubll-hel nt least once a week, the last uiH-rilDii thereof to be at least llfteen days by n j tl.-u eoni ineiieeiiient of the next term if s.ild court. W . XI. iasK, TOWNS lOOnrniorc altiuttiblircnt Norlhcru iHlluax I.!ik Ua-IUL'SH cli.inri'. Wrile 1 I. VllITNKV,M l'aul..MNin. forlnok.. i.nii-, cle, Write now. To Our Friends- Executor's, administrator s, trust tec's and guardian's have tho rlghj to name tho paper in which publica tions required by law be made, and wo ask our friends to remember the Iti:i'i;nucAN when they have publica tions to make. H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmeyer, r-eiltlont, CJl-hlcr, W, A. Dlii.Micvnii, AcsUtniil c'asiilcr EXCHAME BAM, OK .IKKKKHSON CITY. JIO. Doc- it frcncral b.'iiiKlnjf lm( hp, ltuys inul sti Ii'Llcfrt of fntrntliK-tion ntnl cmllt tn Its vnrinii t'm'i'i-t-i'umlciit. .lv:i! has iiitity In l.Kiii if rti!lf'int'r. Allow m InkroL on time, ili't'o-tllf-, hy iiri'finritt, ami ileal In (lutcm llicni- i oiiniy, .iiniiiri'uii jhiiki1 nun inii r.itli'hi-.'MiIli'. i'oIUtIIoiis in.ut(j on Kiiroic an elite) (tin ). JOHN BRIGHT MMltcr. nn free li'-MTirPiMit l.imU alonirtln l.iTHt Ncr-tivni Uytnuln Norlti PuVntii aii'l Mont mil yet low riiteiattt line in.ir!.vt.'4 fur )rotlii(tf. LOW RATES Oscir G. Burch, cashlc HUMTliIG, FISHING. i riim-t rcort'il Anierit'iuilon; (in-at Nurl'itm itv l.liii In Min 1 n"i!i, HaLotas ami Mnntana. ' lct t ni.iniB for hcaliii tn'CKcri Montana jirndm-i'-t tho fin eft l!oie ami Calllt. Vtttc ranges el in A! im si', Milk anl khh Itlver ValU'jj ami sweet (int Hills. HORSES, CATTLE. HEALTH, WEALTH, In Mun'nn:. Ftsc Lrw!i, Ne To'f9, Nlw lallwa, New Mlnei, Lo-v n;c. haryct urea of guod acanl lainl. weet (iiafrs lilllf.Milk nnUtn Itherv.iltej-, oiil-i'.a.ri'flictlonly liv t'n1 irtat .SurilnTti Hallway jmi- Tlic-toek lUtHTf iar"li-?. SHEEP 1I0US. W. C. Young, lTLKtultl. First National Bonk .IKKKKUSOX Ct'l'V, MO. Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750. mr.r.crous. (J. YoUNd, .1. S. l'l.KMlNd. O. aonoiT, .lr.ssi: W. IIUMiV, Jacoii 'X'anni:u, .1. 1!. KnwAiiiis, tii:oun: Atixuu. Do a Edirral li.iakiiiL' Im-lnc.. II ir antl Kuroili .mhI Dotnc-tU' U(lUlllL I'lulril l:,li'i llnnil ami hIIkt M'Clirllii'H, ni'.'ounl ret i'lol. luaiH ami rlln-miuli, lirlilc on ravnraVr- lerni. I'rouipt uflvntlDa kIm-ii tu all bublti'.'Si uutntst cl to its c.iru. GOLD, COAL. Tin' rixri.int. t rtlmturv to (irent North. ern Kaih iy t.lim in VtotU.ni.t pro'liK'e a 1 lli.-pre-1 iMsamllm-.t.'Cinet.il'. New I im.!: am' imn'.jijs urn oeiut; rj.xm ('o to tlic (Jriat Ite-t'rv.rtlon r Montana ami set a punl frro home hlea'l. Low r.iU- in-! Kre- hli-rpcr4 on (.rent Niutnem U Uno. (o now. KILK RIVER. HERDS, MINES. 'INicrj! ntailn MoLit.ma the iii.l,y"t Mytopof rapUn In the I'nlon I'lc:tT o room for more ininpr-.iml u lvraier- -i.v u lite time Alonjri M'tireat Neriheni lt,iit.-.iy I,1ul i.i .Montani hi'u I rep rant Iih nml p:f l mine, rinnr ot prcciout mot-li, lion ami f.tl,ttittl n ci ei in-tto-vns. Now iotir rliai.t"1. IT 1 1 U fl MAN! Pro- Tiik establishment of the Kettering box factory is an enterprise that merits the good will of every citizen. It is a move that points in the lihl ilircction. He will employ 2.'i persons in the busincs, and turn out borne !5U0O boxes per day. During the past few years not less than 51,000 per month has been sent to other cities for paper boxes. This money will now remain here and will liud its way Into every channel of business. One year ago not a factory existed out tide of the walls of tho prison, iu our city, while now there are at least 200 people employed in those in opera tion. To give nn idea of what is being done in that direction it would pay anyone to visit the vat Ions enter pries now in full working order, The Standard Co. loads with some 80 persons, the (Jlcscckc Co. with -10, the Tribune Co. with :)."), Kettering will employ 2.", l'ohl llrich Co 20, Jefferson ltrick Co. 20, Dulle Mill Co. 20, Simcnson-Waltci Iron Co., Itocscn Holding Works, Wagner & llro's.UreWi'iy Co. Fran. Hrcwing Co. Tanner machine shops and others all employing from 5 to 10 persons. Vo do not believe that any city iu itatc of like population can make Protection for Form ducts. Contention that the tariff iirposed on 1 npojled agiicultiiral produc 8 is of in avail by way of protection to American farmers will no more niaud the test of fact and figures than moil other uf.ifilions of tho indu-lrious attorneys for lice forelijn trade. Under the cxMIng law a tariff i--imposed mi the' principal farm pro duels, is follow: Wheat, 20 cents per bushel; eOl'l', W ,',"'!,,y a,ul rye, each 10 cents; pUtUM, 15 cents; live slock (otlur limn liici.' " ing) tncnty per cent on value. The effect of llitse chniges, according lo the great apostle of free trade, who never lets dip the opportunity foi rcilcrnting his creed, Is that: Tatiff luxation is not limited lo tin consumer of imported article, but liie duties imposed upon such article', pcimit a corresponding iiiereu-o in price lo be laid upon the dome-lit; productions of tlic same kind. Uvery seiisiblj business mnn, with the piieo lists of the-different trade centers bcfoie him, cm see that tlii.-. is not true ; while it is a fact that the tariff rates ali.ive ipiulcd serve as n cluck to nn Inll.ix of foreign gum;, products wli'di would, in the nt. sencc of s'icli barrier, seiimuly i m bairais mar;el pii:cs in the Unifed Ht-.tcd. l'orjlgn pto-lticcfs pay the tat ill on such of Ihctc products as they rend here, and hence canuct af ford to sell them as cheaply as they could and would sell if permitted lo bilng their products here free. Whut Ihey thus pay iu tho way of tariff goes Into the public treasury, anil by so much reduces tho amount thai otlicrwiao would be raised from our own cltiii.ns. Cl-.Tk. sT.vn:oK Misonti, Co i nt) or Com.. I, W, it. I,u U. eleik nf the Ciieilll eouit. In nml t.ir -uh) euunty.licieljy eei tlfy tin" alinve nml fuiegnln t'i In- n tine coiiy of the ptiii-i-eiliii-'. ot our -aid clr cnlt eouit, on tins d.ij nml jeai nlii-ve written, a the mine ii;iie.ira lu my of-lieu. In le.-itlinoiif' li-tof, huve lieieuntn act ))y haul and al'.iwil Hn- u-ul of mill eouit. ut ollii-i- in .k-ili'i.-nu I'liv. Mi- i iutui,liiis, the ilct d:iy of .lune.Iil'O. 11 . II. I.I Sli, ("i-i Clu-uit Cnm'r. Dy Lawiii'.m h N. KAinini.,1). C. A Pretty Woman's Secret, Kear nt dl-rovcry, when she re'nrti U fal-e IimIi- Mini djt-, In ii source of con tlvnt nu vjcly to licr. The ciy iici-.oni (lui v,l.n,ii (iju'-t (el-es tu liiik- the u;iii)'.' of 1 1 1 e iliaini- ..ir tlio .inj-i ir.Oif liKi-ly lo in:i!i" I Ik- ilhi-oM-i-v. )lnl tlieii) l ii-i irii-iin why (.lie klioinil not u-,.Ii) mill n-liiln nil tin- lieauty of lialr Unit w.k !,-i-irM-ln joulh. I.i-l ln-r u-n Avmi's )"iH Viii.it', -ii'il, not mile will lu-r hail-l-Oil.o tu fall' out, Ijnt fl iii'.v jriowlli will iii)rai- v.ii. re the !-e:ili llabit'iili )uii(('i, ;ii)i luck lliat lire tuinln-r (.'lily, or llat'f (Uli'i'lv , .-('Ml while, will ivluin to their jiil-tlui' iH-l.ni."- .mil JirllliiUK-e of color. Arm!' llAin Vii.oin.ure Hereditary Pr.icfr.es?, U.ivw. ri'itnuli:. VViT.w(ii 'Ikf, I!" I"'t I'lilC'IOI-. --"MllOll. (inn (i'nii:i. Ii.ild n t :'.! (r.ir. Iiail lll-l'll fill SPlT!ll 1 hoi Ik- of JI in Vimiii sr.. -lid a ii i in, ciil'l, il.nviiy Iialrnll o-.i-r IM- f nip. uhiili soon bi-ruuio thick, luiy, and iorutt. jot's IlalF Vigor U Ift iJjr, Im'. !.,.- l-.i .dilifn! ftlmul-'M'-n of Itio loiil-i Hit I fiiloi- tiltiiiil. nii-cillly riMoics to il oi uhial toll r l.alr tu.it ij Turning Cay. Jim. C'lTIimilvi; li-"-ru, '.t:il rf lnH:i, Vh. Iinl Ii i- i..i' n-i!ili!il-li'iini-ln-d In- li-l.'l.!, ill i In- I'.c l.-i.. dill war. AviuN Hint Vuicit i-,hv, It to ll naliii-.il i-.i!-r, i-.i.l n ,:.. i ,.i(in-. uliK-l-r. mi l ii'ii,-i' iilji.n! ti.i.n j- J-: ,( bt'.'a h.-Ioii', - AV!,!i-.'i i-nu-adn:'.-.'- . I'llli'i i'. ,i.;iir..ll lit r of llii- h-iir. d.ii..lii!ii. l-iliii.: 1 1 . inin-r'h!' .ii'i-". i- . :i!i ..uli-ri- .1,1, I !,, AvruN II HI! V si. to.-, i. t o-iil In 1 1 r II11YI'. .'.('' . ' I . !. 1. ahln Ih'iiiu.-; of !l.c LVi.li; ,'.:,( 1:. Il'.ll, .In., I re 11 !.. I .... 1. 1 ) . ltit lli'.iil ! .MK. I). V. S. 1 1, h. 1:, i.vi-i".', A'., in' ' I'.'ltr .-in!'.; ?.'tf.s Hr-uu II. 1'ir.iiM'v, v; i)W'.( . IV.. m Sciilp )Me,is'i 1111 1 !) ii'itrti.i', 'I'm. 1I My or !ii' i-.mt. of tli hvlr. wl.'cli. If ni'.tli-e'i-il. mav n ill; In 1 1. -iri.li! Im' I-i.i-.--. It n-iu'.ily ctuui hy Arili-'i. i'.iia Yioi)!:. As A Tci'ct 1 unurv Avru's TI i ft V'C.i: ii-e r-i (tintf. .'. 1 1 ciiIiii-'i-.. -;-.ii,i;, l, Ill-Ill li.tli 1 : Iineiil, -Old h 11 t'. 1 1 1 i.l of lu.d.i!!,' ll,c l.au' ol. 1 il.in' , 1 i.d , .I"--; , Aycr.) IJaiv Vigor, i'!i!:i'.i::::i rv Er. . f Ayrr v-.. r.nv;ll,?:-u. k;SJ lij'.-i'l r:-:ii';.i-1-. nnnini j t -rr.iti icii ny ft iom' niiriciiKiir.ii uhuAi 1 iiii'l r.iiiijicoiuitrj-.clo-o to m im of Till 1 C ii.raiii.Mi ii.ir,...., X hLXlO iliBiiv.nier powff m,i-ailii!oci hi ni' I III I HI li'l I 01 lll-u. Mn si-. ,tu--iiiri, 1 n it Milk Hint .-tin ltiiiT.1 rraelicd liy (Ircut I u, I .Miriii'-rn i.y. 1.111c. jroi r.iip ci-nr- 1 , , limn s,'.t. li.-il. ami Uclll. 16!)3. (Vrlto N, lj, . i iYuir.M;i ,ai. l-.iiu, Minn. E-.cursion Rates to Eastern Resort Tho attention of the traveling pulilh: Is called to Hie iidvatil.iKes of the Ohio nml .Mlifcissinnl Itnllivjiy a a route to Xew Vmk. Philadelphia, Was-hlngton I). C..lhilllinoru, CI ne 1 n 11 a 1 1 and I.uuls vllle, a- well a to the. iiiiiieros health mil Wen-i 10 iesorls ot llie i;u.t Ituih 11 oriini" and cveulnu line of I'lillmaii Ve?tlht lu Huffi-t Sh-eiiers nic run from tit. Louis to Xeiv York la the iilmvo na.ncd ellles over the Il.ililnioie and Ohio route. Deer I'.ul; and O.ik hind the twin mountain n sorU of the Alleglii'iilea, are on tin, tlliecr nuHe of these llnoiili sleepers mine bast. l or l.ake Cliuutaiuina nnd Madura Falls rim- trains couueet iu Cincinnati with twin of the r.iie route whleh mn tliioli'jh to New Yolk vl.i 1,-ikowood oil the ibiithctii bonier of Iike 'Jh.-uitaii- ima; belnj- lliis only line from (lie wc-t ruunliix n. "deeper t r a eo.itu 01 any l.mu to any tin 1 1 it 011 i.aKc uiiautauiiua. I'm-White Sulphur and oilier hcallng fpilii-! of llie VliKlnlasj Iilehinoiid.Old I'olut Cointoit. Wii'liim.'ton, ualtliuore 1'lill.idi'lphla and N'uwYuik, our train- make uueet coliiiiictlon in t 111011 depot Clnrliiniill,wlt 1 iue "i-, r, . i.iiutteil of thu (Jlii-.-r.l)cai;c i.nd Ohio route. Siiuiuier excursion tleket-i to all the eai-teni resorts are now on sale in our olllee at reduced rate?. Our rates to Xew Yoik and other cis-Urrn points arc lower than liy any oilier tluoii"h car route from tit. I.ouls whlU OH!" necomm;ihi:loiij are titisur naft-cu. To thop who eonteinplati'. a nip rait lnls -1111111101- ive will liu -.'hid lo fin-iUsi de.-eilplivo liaiiinhlots of iho different Us ui-, ii-ervii (leeplnj; ear berths and tiinil-h any aditioij;jl infoniuftlcn ns to l.l ,lilllO ilil.l llllUl:. Cad on or address A. J. Lytic, Gen oril Wr.teru I'.iRjenjrer Aseiit, 0. & M ity., 1Q5 llrondw-ijy, St. I.ouIp, Jlo Wi C53 ii 'HE '8T0MJN8 g 1 IX ' L'tS' , lvo. uw 1 CHILDREN'S SHOES. JJEA QOODS NEW f RICES D. H. Mc'ntyri,. I'l-l'-lilCllt. M. R. SinV-3, Vice l'rc-lilunt. I J. H. Die cks, citlilcr John T. Ctirko. A-l.iliiutciiFtik'r. Ik lerctonts' Bank, OK .IKlq-KHSDX CITY, MO. CAl'lTAI., - SoO.OOO. iiiti:uTuus. 1). II. McfKTViti:, V. II. IliNin:.:, I.. C. l.oiiMAN, 0. A. W'aiii:, M. Tt. Sinks, ,T. It. y.uw auds, I.. u. ooiiDON. .1. 11. l)n:i:c.(s, r1111.1i' Ott. Call Special Attention to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT B0XE3. Iluy iiihI fccll IWeitfiininl l)omelic Uxclmtrxu li 'i Iu a Kf mHl ItanlvinK Iliifinefi. I(iiitii a id Mbcuuuia mime on uiu mt.ft r.ior;iuio itTina. I) I UK C TO It Y , UI.STON, COI.K COUNTY, Mo. ClIUItCl MKKTtXUS. Baptist, First Sunday. Mctliotlist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: AF Slices GT-Lxst OTpem.GcL r-SOLK AGHNT FOIt TIIK Celebrated John Meier' . G-JLinSTTS' SHOES. School Shoes a Bpecialfcy-S Call and Examine Before .Purchasing Elsewhere t&-1 10 EAST IIIOII St. IS TKNKESfSEK IIOUH.-C,;t M A !! II m flOHT JL ri 1 ii ri iti f it -.a n n 11 .urw DP-AXICR IN Slip (ifiil Funcu Groceries ,itMmiiiiti,iiili(iii,,,iti,,,iiiniti GIr.s5v.ar0, Qiictiitv,.'.ic, Tia and Dinner fc'elo. Cl:aml.cr Sels, l.ii'inty 1 tups. Toilet Articles Toiiacco, Cigars, AViuideiiwarc, lee Chests, lierrlgerat crs, Gran nnd Garden Seed, Oyr tcrs, Fi-h and Gjmo iu Sea ion. Casli Paul for all Kinds of Country ' Pr 6ddcQ7 230 EAST HIGH STI1EET. S. I). TUUNF.lt, Vltyaiehfn. S. M. K1.STON & Co., General Merchandise and Joblicrs in Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine, &c. &c. &c. B. I.AC1CAM1', Dry Goods, Groceries, Ilardwatc, 'linwnie, r tirnitiirc, Collins, l-.lc. GKOHGK KI.STON, Drugs and Groceries, FjfprciS apd iajl-lloatl Afieut. W.m. DKltltlNGKIt, Plain am Ornamental l'lastcrcr and l& I'ublie Atiotioncrr.v'JS OUNTllUTOWN, COUO CO. MO. 1'rcsbyteil.m, Third Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. f. A. GIIKUNUP, l'ost Mailer and Justice ot llie Peace. Bifip'r poiTjijjercial jotc. QUALITY AW WEIGHT GUARANTEED Mini 111 1 inn 1 1 mi 1 1 in inn 1 iiiiiiiiiuittii FfflE FAMILY GROCERIE Fresh Goods and Low Prices I All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Please -a fs-Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL IHrJohn T. Gs?a? , TIIK I'LAClv 1-OH CI-IOIOB GEOC.12EIBS mmm r nhpr J V lU ZJ! Eoa Eaa 1 BiUUL. Dr. M. A. DUNLAP, MUHHAY & yjiAVKH, General McrehnmlUe, A. A. oamphkll" General Merchandise. D. L. IIATllllOHN, General Mercliandisc. "iUOKGK POPK, Prop'r 2Ifltvl nnd Dealer in Whiskies, Wines ami Cigars. Fine JOHN F. Fi.F.SSA, Miller and Dealer In Mill Sltii. mm. i & us Tinware sCaflorya H-3 ,j 130:0. MAIIION, COI.K CO., MO m mm yum, nic:r rca Cunlity of Tone, lteauty cf Ectlen. rtrilSI! and atiaptoblllty for stand' Ina In Tuno hnvo no ccjual. Every Pisas Warranted for Rvo Years Ami Ktli:r.'lln3 piarnntotrt to overy purelmmr. Aim) Manuf.icturc llio Would Uukowsbb Factorieo, Derby, Conn. iLiVRUIl PlSCOVERYp TAG ART & KLLIOTl', General Merchandise and Country Produce. OSAGK CT'l'V, Cole Co., Mi-. C. KOKIILKI!, Dealer In General MiTch-.ndlsi'. TIIKOD(lItKKCIIl-ULKN. General Mcrchaiidbe mid Country produce I1KNUV POPH, Dealer in Fine Whiiklcs, Wines and Clgnn. UONNOT'H, Osape Co., ilo. L. II. I101L W)T7Propi Hpanol'i Mill Hotel, and agent for )y. Lemp'a Keg oml Bottle Beer. DANIEL Hardware 3sStOYes-s 33rra. . IMie Most Ccinphlo SlnU in Central Mistonrl of the Best and Cheapest IlMilnnro, 1 limine, Sluvi 6,. Clitlny, Ktc. Kxcliitlve agent for srUio o Celebrated Yirc-Gasre e Gliarter o Oak Steves AND QUICK MKAL GASOLINIO STOVB. Bom Frcnu-.i, nidow Fnuiic-, WUt r-'eitcn, Weather Ships, Spring Ilii.geo, Illid Cupid, A:.tu Ceiiliu, Ktc, a Specially. Tin Itooling Sp'uitinj- and .!ul I'll; ol i.ll Itli.dt elvtn pirnipl ntttntion. 3STo. X23 .HTXGKE3. STBEET. Single Strap Track Prlco, $17. The I-callicr, WorkiMiiiiil.lp and finish arc at . . '1- HAVE MOXEI BY BUVXIQ UIBECT. Wc can cell yu, Harnoss at from (3G.OO up. Road Carts from 9.50 up. PEN!) FOR OATALOOUE, AOME MANUFAOTUEINGf 00. INDIANAPOLIS, IND, PyBprpuln Makes tho Uvea cf lamy r"l'l nilnfiaMc, ami ottcn lcitt tn M-'.f-iii-i ti uiil'in. Wo Kiiinv nf r.o rcincily tor ily- i-pila mure .iri'K- fiil liir.il !Iw,irB.ir.-!.ir:iilli. It aft' l-Tlilly. ii-l finely aiut tr.Ulcully, ti.nci tt.fc utiunarli ami iilljcr urK.ni, roiii.ivci "if flint fri'llnx, ticilcsa eooil ai'i'dllo, cures lic.nl.iclu'. ami refreshes llio bunloncil 111I11U, CiUo lluuil'i Kf!iliullla c. Wr trial. It will uv you cwa. irt. 15 ,.m St. Peculiar ' In the combination, proportion, nnd prcpivr. Iluu of Its liiuii'illFiili, llfirtil's Hamp.irlll ari'nnii!lici cures ulirrc oilier preparation! entirely fall, t'ecull ir In Us good iinino tt lii'ini', which Is a "tower of strength abroad, l-i-eiiliar In tho pheiiouicii.il sales It li.ts t taliuil, llnml's H.irsapailll.i Is Iho most sua ci'sifiii meilicliio for piiilfyluv tho blood, living lrcitli, ud Qrcntlnu ui sptetlts. 4 Ttho He. -no.