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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
MFFIKBOX CITY, MISSOUIU
Snbssrlptlen, $1.00 Pep Year,
F. fl. FfLiEKiox', l!ninMs Jinringor
Thridr, August 28, 1890.
W welcome the 0. O. V.
Let nothing stand in the way of
party success.
Coi.k county will help put Missouri
in the republican column.
The city lias been full of republi
cans tbis week.
A free ferry, nml a railroad to the
Frisco would make the town boom.
Com: county is in duty bound to
ecud a republican to the legislature
this year.
Mr. Kiwis lias opened up his
campaign for congress against
"Brass Dick."
Ik Mr. Gould declines to extend
the brancli road to' Lebanon, there is
nothing left us but to build to Hancock.
Vt'r. give spaco to a communication
from our good republican friends at
Ccntrctown. The ticket, suggested
is certainly a very strong one, but It
may as well be stated now as later,
that J. C. Fisher, Esq., will under
no circumstances consent to run for
any oillco. whatever. He appreciates
the peculiar situation of tho party In
respect to a candidate for the olllce
named, but as he is not responsible
for that, the party should not expect
him to run for an olllce ho docs not
want.
Dn. Enj.ok Is beyond question the
favorite for the legislature, and from
every quarter we are assured be cau
bo elected.
Tin: republican party is in the fight
to win, and there will be music this
fall.
The strike on the New York Cen
tral is calculated to do much barm
nnd generally disturb business
throughout the country.
The democracy is trying to gather
itself up, but it has become so tangled
with various factional interests that
it is a hopeless task.
The federal election bill has bec
postponed until the next session of
congress. It is very unlikely that it
will ever find its way to the statutes
now.
Tins legislature is going to be a
surprise to the democracy. The re
publican party will hold the key to
the establishment although in the
minority. Cole county must be in
line with the part-.
Mr, Bland bad better come home
and watcb tho republican Moses from
the Kingdom of Callaway, who is
after the seat that Mr. Bland has
kept warm for the past 18 years.
The lock and dam for the Osage
Is the most important appropriation
ever made for Cole, Osage and Miller
counties. It took a republican con
gress to get it for us.
Vitii a united republican party
and a disorganized democracy, there
is no telling what changes tho farm
ers and the Australian ballot has in
store for the mossbacks this year.
Tbis is indeed a bad year for democrats,
The river and harbor bill provides
for a 850,000 appropriation for a look
and dam of the Osage river. Mr.
Miller recommended $-'20,000, but
owing to the large appropriations
tbis year tho committee would allow
only $50,000, which will give us a
good start.
Tiir. people that arc now doing the
voting have at least partly forgotten
the issues of the war, and arc ready
for new questions; and, as the dem
ocratic party bas never taken the
ndlrmative on any question of vital
interest to the present generation,
they will vote with the party that bas
proven its ability to Bafely pilot the
ship of state to the great future that
awaits it.
Oun interest in Jefferson City and
our desire for its general prosperity
and future growth forces upon us the
conviction that the time lias come
when we should cease to depend upon
the state institutions as our principal
mainstay and support. Without them
Jefferson City would awaken to a
realizing sense of the duty before it;
with them those institutions should
be treated as mere auxiliaries in its
march for increased population, com
mercial and manufacturing great
ness. Tbsy should bo regarded simply
as important adjuncts in our battle
with life, and not as our sole depend
ence. That feeling of dependence
breeds inertness and incapacity, and
makes drones out of otherwise pro
gressive and go-a-head people. It, is
a maxim a9 old as the ages, "to make
money you must spend it." We may
wait until Gabracl blows bis trumpet
and we will still remain one rut In
the road of progress, unless wo move
with might and main for better things.
We have done much in the past ten
years, but that much is little when
wo confess that we are within 40
miles of a railroad that is stilt 1,000
miles away for all practical purposes.
We have ceased to bo a village.
We have within the corporate limits
from tiirce to four million dollars
woth of property ; wo have the nat
tural resources for a large and pros
perous city, and all that is required
to bring it out is the expenditure of
a small sum of money and the exhi
bition of n little energy and push.
Dr. Hitter pays special attention to
defects of sight in students and chil
dren. Uemembcr Dr. Hitter's stay in this
city is limited. If troubled with de
fective sight consult him at once.
While a representative of this pa
per was talking yesterday with Mr.
Stamplli, our postmaster, Dr. Hitter's
name was mentioned, as Mr. Stamplli
wears glasses fitted by the doctor. "I
must say," remarked Mr. Stampfli,
"that the glasses I got of Dr. Rittcr
beat anything that I ever did wear,
my sight at the distance being once
more as keen nnd sharp as when I
was a boy, and the reading glasses
enable me to sen distinctly and with
the greatest comfort. Having tried
many glasses in tho last few years
without being able to get such as
would be easy to my eyes, I apprec
iate so much more the benefit I re
ceived of Dr. Hitter." So many sim
ilar remarks having been heard by
the scribe of Dr. Hitter's patrons he
can't help but think that the doctor
is a dandy in bis chosen profession.
i Tribune.
The labor convention, owing to
the fact, probably, that the party is
run in three sections, was a grand
fizzle.
amount duo each was paid by a
check drawn by the secretary, J. W.
ltodgcrs, on tho West Plains bank,
located in the Ozark Hills.
Tho proprietors of the several
hotels and boarding bouses cashed
these checks for their face value and
turned them into tho local banks.
To-day tho checks came back pro
tested, with the inscription, "No
funds."
Tho Kaiser und Slchcr hotels aro
out about $200 each, and numerous
other hotels are losers on an averago
of about $100. Tho protesting of tho
checks created a sensation here.
Members of tho union in this city
claim it was an oversight on tho part
of the secretary to give checks on n
bank located at a point distant from
a commercial center, and that there
were enough funds in the treasury
to pay expenses.
Hon. A. K. Jackson, tho popular
member of tho house tho last two ses
sions of the legislature, attended tho
congressional convention at Hcdalia
Tuesday aud came to this city yesterday
to the stato convention. Mr. Jackson is
one ot tho most enterprising and leading
republicans of Central Missouri, and wc
hope to greet blm again as the represen
tative from Camden.
Hon. S. J . George of Folk'couuty, Is
In tho city as a delegate to the state con
vention. Mr. Georeo represented lila
county In the 31th aud 35tu general as
semblies, and lias received by acclama
tion the nomination for the 36th. The
good people of his county are to be con-
graiuinteu upon tuelr sound judgment,
as ho has made one ot the best legislators
of the past two sessions, aud wo hope to
see him retiiruc 1 by a unanimous vote of
the peoplo of his county.
Centuktown, Mo., August 20, '90,
Bditoii State RupunLicAv. Here
with I send you a slate for the re
publicans to consider when they as
semble on the Gth day of September
next, and I assure you the following
named persons would receive the full
republican vote and many democrats
at the general election in November :
For Representative Isaac N. K
loc ofJefferson.
Prosecuting attorney J. C. Fisher
of Jefferson.
Circuit Clerk Adam Routszong,
Mai ion township.
County Clerk Gus ICrocgcr, Jef
ferson township.
Collector W. W. Wagner, Jeffer
son township.
Presiding Judge, II. J. Dulic, Jef
ferson township.
Sheriff Geo. W, Spurr, Jefferson
township.
Probate Judge J. N. Steininscr.
Jefferson township.
Assessor Peter Vogcl, Clark
township.
Treasurer Fred Dallracycr, Jef
ferson township.
Coroner Dr. Porth, Jefferson
township.
Countv Judco First Di st.rinl TI
A. Swift, Jefferson township.
uouniy ducigo second District
Heniy Kautscli, Morcau township.
We believe tills In lm nsi ativimr o
ticket as can be selected.
f . A. Greenup,
S. II. FitEsiioun,
F.M. Taoakt.
Committee on Slate Making.
In another column will be found an
interesting letter from Col. Mack J.
Learning of Denver, Colo. The Col.
has been taking an outing in Mon
tana, nnd, as will be seen, writes
Willi his old-time cloquenco and
power. Our readers will enjoy his
! description of the wonderful growth
Cand development of the new north
west.
Tnr. hotel keepers at Scdalia who
cashed the checks issued by the
farmers alliance are complaining that
they went to protest. There must be
some tnistako about that. The men
at the head of this organization are
certainly too smart to issue checks on
n bank in which they have "no
funds." An organization that ex
cludes bankers would certainly be
tho last to make an error of such a
grave character. Scdalia lias evi
dently got some giudgc against the
farmers.
While tho republican stato con
vention .'s in session it will be well
for us to produce our pyramid of
democratic disasters : -Peake,
Silcott,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Aikansas,
Kentucky,
Maryland,
Tennessee,
Louisiana,
Mississippi,
8200,000,
Jim Merrifield
Mr. James K. Merrifield is men
tioned as a probable nominee for
railroad commissioner at the repub
lican slate convention on the 281b
Inst. If the place is to be given to a
gentleman who would enter upon its
duties wilb a thorough understand
ing of them, won by practical know!
edge and actual service, Mr. Merri
field Is tho man. Ho is qualified ; In
fact, he is peculiarly fitted for the
position, and with ids knowledge of
its duties could so discharge them
that neither the people nor the rail
roads would suffer discrimination,
one against tho other, and that each
would rcceivo Its Just due, He is a
loyal republican; a clear-headed
brainy gentleman ; n social compan
ion, and has a strong following in the
state Lebanon Republican.
No Funds
Skoama, Mo., Aug. 22. Spec
ial. A week ago to-morrow the
farmers and laborer' state conven
tion, which was held In this city, ad
journed. Kach of the delegates was
allowed milcago and per diem expen
ses, which was to bo paid out of the
funds of the or(;nilz.itlon, The
Republican Ticket
on CONURESS ELKKEXTII DISTRICT,
JOHN L. ERWIN, of Callaway.
CORRESPONDENCE-
SCRUGGS.
Mr. Robert Dnckiier of Seotls station,
pnss-tl through hero Monday.
Miss Sofa Hoofer of St. Louis, was the
guest of Mhs Alice Miller last week.
Miss Sarah Kelbly Is slightly ill.
Mr. and Mrs, Mart I'lumniier took
their final departure for Southwest Mo.
last week.
Mrs. Wagner and children of Jeff City,
visited .Mr. Jacob Miller' family Tues
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Olbler went to town last
Wednesday.
Mr. John Duilz made a business trip
to Jefferson City last Sunday.
Ellas Ogdeu returned homo last Tues
day. Mrs. Wick, who was sick, some f(jw
days ago has recovered .
Mr. Edward Dellz was home Sunday.
Mr. Gros3Sorugcsaud family returned
to Jeff City recently,
Mr. D.inlol Kelbly has about recovr
crcd again.
ELSTON ITK.MK.
Mr. Isaiah Steely, republican congres
sional delegate from this township, re
turned homo Thursday.
Mr. Fred Ulthel, F. M. Tagu t, Geo.
IHcliam und others from Marlon attend
ed the trial between Jfiidg)pl and Fred
IIuusisckiT Ins t Tuesday
CENTRETOWN ITEMS.
Mrs. Chris Veolkcl presented her
llegfl (orij With bouncing hoy baby
Monday. He tips tho beum at J? pounds.
It Is needless to say that Curie Is tlc
happiest man In town,
Sheriff Malum wus lu to u Monday on
olllclal busluoss.
Gus. Kroegcrof Jeff C'lly, was lutown
Monday,
Miss Ett&XuVi-ay Is visiting at Scda-
.... ...... vo,SfK.
Miss Katie niti
uity.
littles Is ylsltlng In Jeff
ELSTON ITEMS.
A suit was trl$d heforo Justlco Elstou
last Tuesday-b6twceu Fred Haunsuckcr,
plaintiff, and Itqdolph, his brother, for
assault. Thdoiso was prosecuted by Atty
Davison and,' .defended ;by Mr. Wnl
deckor. Tho' Jury found for plaintiff, as
sessing defcnc'ojwilh a Hue of 823 and
costs. fc
Wo hear that' our popular merchant
recently lost aflao buggy horse. It seems
the horse toolc-frlght at a passing train
and reared up nnd f ell forward and broko
his neck while In harness and attached
to buggy. ft
Wo ro Informed that two deaths oc
curred at tho county farm Sunday, ono
colored woman and a small child.
Farmers aro doing some lino plowing,
the recent rains Wing brought tho
ground In splendld'condltion to work.
Quito a mimb'cr?of the Elstou peoplo
attended the Ccntrctown picnic Satur
day. Mr. Wm. M. Bamhlll of California,
Mo. ,was In this vicinity last week.
alliweyeI
IJMSURAN6E
A-GKEHSraTT
What Wo Do and What We
Don't Do.
Wo ndvortiso what wo havo to soli.
Wo alwaya .havo what wo ndvortiso.
Wo can nnd will givo you morn vnluo
for your monoy than you can got
elsowhero.
WHAT WE DON'T DO.
Wo don't misrepresent. Wo don't
pull you in from tho ulroot. Wo
don't bunt you up in tho saloons.
Wo don't buy our customors with
drinks.
this is oun GUIDE.
Our goods, nt tho prices wo offer
thcin, will sell themselves.
M. Goldman.
Tc Our Friends-
Executor's, administrator s, trust
tco's and guardian's have the rigbj
to name the paper in which publica
tions required by law be made, and
wo ask our friends to remember tho
Reihiiilican when they have publica
tions to make.
C, Y. WALLENDQRF, Manager,
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
The following Rcliablo Companies
represented :
Fire Association,
German American,
Hamburg Bremen,
Home, Lancashire,
Liverpool, London, Globe, People's,
Milwaukee, Mechanics.
Oakland Home. Traders',
Phcnix, Phoenix, Springfield,
United Firemen's, Western Home,
ISrOfllco over Thomas' store,
Corner High & Madison Sis.
FREE
Home rRcr will Hml tlio last ot
the iiuhlie. Uonmln of agricultural
ami t'railus' valuu atone thu Urunt I INno
lOOnr more along thcGrcat Northern
Kullwny Line. Business chum-us.
Write tv 1. WHiTKKY.M.l'aul.Mini.
for hooks maps, etc. Write now.
Northern lty In X, DakolaA .lontana
"new"
TOWNS
LOW
RATES
BeUlcru on frew (internment lands
nlOMK the (ireut Northern Uv Line In
North Dakota nml Montana get low
rules nnd Hnu markets for products.
HUNTING I Mict resortBin America atone
flUlUinU, (ire.it Xorthorn.iiy.Ltnc In Mlu-
FISHING esutn, lnkota7nd Montana,
UOUiilU. I iicnchmntflryor health auekcrs
Montana produce? the flneflt
Horfpo and Cattle. Free rAttjreft
yet hi Alouso, Milk and .Min Hlver
VHlleyn and sweet (Jra Hills.
In Montnnu. Fit LanJi, Ntw
Towni, New ItailwnTS, Nw Mine.
Low Rttei. Largest area ot good
HUH II l 1UUU.
Sweet Grass llllle.Milk aud 3m
ItlvcrvallejB.Montana.tcAci'Cttonly
liv the Urout Northern otallway
Line. The titock Kaisers'-paradise.
HEALTH,
WEALTH,
HORSES,
CATTLE
SHEEP
HOGS.
HAT li Tlioredonrtrlbutarj toCrcatXorth-
UVUUf crn Hallway I,luo In Muntanu produce
mall the precious and ba.er nictitlg. New
towns und railway, urc being built.
Co to the Great Jlcscrvatlnn of MITV
Montana and net a (rood frue home. 1.11 JJU
itrad. Low rates and Free blcepcrs RIVPP
on Ureal Northern lty Line. Go now, III I un.
UPPnQ Tljeso have made Montana the
ilCnUO, richest Statcpercapita In the Union
MINP! I'lcnty of roouinr more miners aud
nimbi. siockralicri). Soy U tl.o tlmu.
Along the Great Northern ltailw ay
l.lue In M.nt.mu aro (reo ranrlio
and pasturage, mint, ot prseioui mstili,
lion and coal, and nw cititi snHtowm.
Sow Is your chance.
YOUNG
MAN!
GREAT
FALLS
Surrounded br a rlne agricultural
and Krazitijr country .clo-i to mmei of
urui-ioufi metiils.trou and coal.norti'S
Hlnfrawatorpowtruiicu'iuylcd tu Ainer
U'Ht.wtJ t.oiuaua inuueiriai re mm.
The alleys of Red, Mouse, Missouri,
Milk und nun Hirers reached liv (ircitt
North urn lty. Una. lfU rate excur
sions itepi, it, at, anauci
fc I WiUTM;Y!t, rani
, aHdOct.lt, 16W, Write
G.H,
R.L,
Cheap Excursions South-
For the purpose at affording op
portunlty for investigating Ihe un
rivaled advantages offered home
seekers and Investors by the Stales
of Missouri, Arkansas, Florida,
Loulsnna nnd other states south nnd
southeast. The Memphis route Kan
sas City, Fort Scott and Memphis
li, n bus arranged for a sciics of
half rate excursions to prpminont
points in those Btatcs. Tickets for
these excursions will be on silo at
tho company's coupon,- offices west of
and including Springfield, and ot
Kansas City, on Beptcinjber.J) and 23,.
and October 14.
For FLORIDA the following spep
ial nrrangiments will bo" made:
Round trip ticket to prominent
Florida points will ho sold On Sep.
temlicr 0, 22 and 2U, Ootobor 7, IU
Decern ucr 2, On tbeso dates tbo
Memp! route will also sell, to those
gcing to Floilda to remain, Qr) way
tickets to points in that state at tho
rale of ono aud one-half cents per
mile. All round trip ticket? will be
good thirty d iy3 for return and bn'.b
round trip and one-way tickets will
bo good for passage on anyof those
company's passenger traluvlcavlng
Ifansap pjty mi dates abo-c named.
Tho company's coupon flljocj n
Kansas City arc at 532 JTiluSt.,
1042 Union Avo. , Union Depot and
at General Olllce building, northwest
pqrnyr JJli and Broadway, jnV
For maps, lme ahje, fflhjpjr and
all desired information, nddre'jj
. LopKWOOpj
Gcnt Vim, & Ticket gt.
Kansas C(y, Mo,
W'4
1
mm.:
H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmeyor,
1'rcsldcnt, cashier,
W. A. Uali.metf.ii, Assistant cashier.
EXCHANGE BANK,
OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Doe a iron era rmnkincbtiplnrx. Iliivn and
Pclla Domestic and Foreign Evhiuijfo. Kur
nth letter of Introduction nnd credit to its
various correspondent. Ahvma ha money to
loan its cunt outer. Allow Intercut on time
deioitf, by agreement, nml deals tn (Joicrn
me nt, Ptnte, county, Municipal llondu nn4 high,
Kradesccurillf- collection's made on Europe
an el ties direct.
W. C. Young,
rresiucm.
Oscar G. Burch,
cashlc
First National Bank
JEFFERSON CITY, SIO.
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750.
WUIXTOHS.
Vr. C. Youno, j. s. Fleming.
J. O. Sciiott, Jhssi: W. llKNUV.
JAC011 TANNK1I , .!.. KlrtVAliDS ,
UKOltdi: Y AuKI'.It.
Dn a pcneral hanVhic: bnMuef.9 Utir and poll
Foreign and Uoluettlc rjcIiahKC United Mntcn
lunula and other ecurillcs; accounts received,
loans and disemmts made on taorablc term.
I'rouint attention giteu to all Outlines entrust
ed to its care.
D. H. Mc'ntyre,
l'reeident,
M. R. Sinks,
Vice President.
Diercks,
cashier
J.H
John T. Clarke.
Assistant cat-lili
The Merchants' Bank,
OF JEFFKR&OX CITY, MO.
CAPITAL, - . $50,000.
DlllKCTOItS.
D. II. McIntyhe, F. II. Binder,
I, . O. Loiiman, O. A. Waiie,
II. It. Sinks, .1. It. Kdwauds,
L. D. Goudon, J. U. Dieucks,
l'HIMl' Orr.
Call Special Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Iluv and sell Foreign and Domestic Kvchangro
and do n KOIiural llankluK Hiiiness. Loans and
jibuuuius mauu on uiu ioi luvoruuic terms,
D 1 11 E G T O It Y .
ELSTON, COLE COUNTY, Mo.
CHURCH MEETINGS.
Baptist, First Sunday.
Methodist, Second Sunday.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday
S. D. TURNER,
Physician.
S. M. ELSTON & Co.,
Qcneral Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine,
&o. &c. &c.
H. LACKAMP,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
1 mwarc, l uriiituro, Coflliis, Etc.
GEORGE ELSTON,
Drugs and Groceries,
Express and llail-Road Agent.
Wm. DERRINGER,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer and
$8y Public Auctioneer. -38
CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO,
CIIUIICII MEETINGS.
Presbyterian, Thiid Sunday.
Ilaptist, Fourth Sunday,
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GREENUP,
Post Mailer and Justice of the Peace.
Prop'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A. DUNLAP,
Druggist.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
General Mcruhundise.
A. A. CAMPBELL,
General Merchandise.
13. L. JJATHUURN,
General Merchandise.
GEORGE POPE,
Prop'r Hotel nnd Dealer in
Fino Whittles, Wines and Cigars.
JOHN V. Fi.KSSA,
Milior and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MARION, COLE CO., MO
TAGART & ELLIOTT,
Qenera! Merchandise and
PHu(ry I'i'oducc,
PSAGK CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
C. KOEHLUlt,
Dealer In
General MerchmtlHo.
THEODORE SCHEULEN,
General Merchandise and
1 Country produce.
IFenry ppirr '
Dealer in
Fino Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
BpNNQT'S, Osago Co., Mo.
7i"."B. BOILLQT, Propr.
BonnoUs Mill Hotel,
and ntrcnt for
W, J. Letup's Keg and Bottle Bqm,
'it.
GEO. PORTH
The year 1890 ivo'ivill carry an unusiihly largo stock-
Gold Pens, Ohnius,
Cloclcs, Slooro Buttons,
Collar Buttont, Carving.
Sets, Pins, Uings,
Charms, Watches, ClockB,
Castors,
Card Rocoivoi'd, Butler
Dishes, Thimbles,
Berry Spoons, Bugnr.
Bowls, OrenmorH, Opera
Glusses,
Knivoa, Forks, Spoons
Etc., Etc., Etc.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.'
JOHN BRIGHT
' LADIES'
G-EUTS'
MISSES' AND
CHILDREN
JMEW QOODS NEW f RICES
A FULL LIKE OF FINE
Slioes J"-u.sl3 Opened
r-SOLE AGENT FOR THE i
'Celebrated John Meier'
GKE2STTS' SHOES.
School Shoes a Specialty?
Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere
Jcty-llO EAST HIGH St. IN TENNESSEE JIOUSE.a
JOHN
Staple
iy.
2ALER IN"
W wncif mm
SFBOIAl,a?IB3
tlllimiMlllllltlllllHIMHIIIIIIMIII!
Glassware, Quccnswarc, Tea end Dinner Sets, Chamber
Sets, Llhrary Lsrops, Toilet Attieles, Tobnceo,
Cigars, Woodcnware, Ico Chests, Refrigerat
ors, Grass and Garden ScedL Oyt- ,
tcrs, Fish and Gamo la
Season. -
Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce.
230 EAST HIGH STREET.
QUALITY AMD t WEIGHT i GUARANTEED
s
Illlllllllllll, III, ml, , Illllllll,
mm FAMILY GROCERIES
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
rSole Agent for Royal Java Coffee.
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
1ST John T. Cmiroa's
THE I'LAOJ.5 FOR
CHOICE G-EOOEEIES.
Single Strap Track
HARNESS.
Price. 817.
, The Leather, Vorkmanihlp and VlnUh ro
SAVE HONEY BY BUYING DIRECT.
We cn tell you
Harnoos at from $6.00 up.
Roacj Carts from 00.00 up.
SEND FOR OATALOOU6.
AOME MANUFAOTUEINfl 00.
INUIAHArOUIS, IND.
VO
u
NEED NOT SEND TO UN-
kuown houses for HARNESS but lmv nt Mm ni.i t?o
linblo Homo ostiiblishmout ol Hy Schmidt Ho will
sell you ,'ootl gooJs and just ns choni) ns tlio chonpost Keep
your trado nnd monoy wboro it will do o'nr pooplo tbo most cood. Cnll.
soo Roods nnd got prices, nt HY SCHMIDT'S, 222 East High Street.
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