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TAdlHO RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
".VESTWAltt). Not, Day Express... Arrives 1 :0C p.m. .Leaves 1 :20p. in. No. 3, Through Express. Arrives 12.-- 23 n. m. Leaves 12:28 a.m. No. 3, Local Passenger. Arrives 12:110 l. in- Leaves 12:Jr p.m. N. 0, Texas Express Arrives 3:10 n.m. Leaves 2:1(1 a. m. Frolght, carries passengers. Leaves !;23 a. in. llASTVt'AMl. No. 2, Day Express Vrrlvcs2;10 p.m. Leaves 2:53 p.m. No. 4, Through Express. Arrives 2:10 a. in. Leaves 2:10 a. in. No. (J, Local Passenger. An Ives 1:20 Leaves 1:10 p. in. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 1 slO p. in. Local passenger trains 3 and 0 rim be tween St. Louis and Kansas Clly. Three ectlous" of night train cast. Texas ex press, No. 0, has through chair car via. Lexington branch. Free reclining chair cars on all through trains. T.EnANO.V llltANOII. Trains leave Jefferson City at ():;!0a. m., an lvlng at Aurora 0:30 a. in. liotiiruin!, will leave Ami.i'.i nt 11:3 p. m., arriving at Jefferson City nt 2:3 p.m. John J. Cnuncii.Agt. wo ki Cfalf,.-, nlitnri Cwa 1 ' i uiawc unlink Palact ReellBlnr ' Mir Cite niuuY iiLtui rl ii iron J MS1CITY. I Hi i3m a Tin a 8 st. louis B M$&wM SCHEIBE &.PAYNE &-SOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE AND QREMMENTAL 30.) Madison Street. S: W. COX REAL ESTATE AGENCY, OFFICE OVER EXCHANGE BANK, CHICAGO & ALTONIt.VHUlOAD. Omnibus leaves Jefferson olty, 7:30 a. 111. every day except Hund-iv, con necting with thu train leaving Cedur City atSa. in. and which makes prompt connection at Mexico with all trains going cast, west or north. Jonathan GuiMSHAW.Tlcl.ct Agent TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, M EXS GO & Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Jefferson City & Sedalia AND texas pomr a. Or.o. A. Eudv, 1 II. C. Cnos3, J Rcccivcra. , J. Fit BY, J. WALDO, Um. uit. (it'll Traill; .Mgr. U ASTON MKSLIElt, Ueu'l I'anenf ev & Ticket Agoat, SEDALIA, MO. EDWARDS, Tho following Ileal Estato for Salo. Mrs. Scliarp's new three-story brick build. tn;i, tiorlli eldo of High. Home of O. Jt. .Mam, on Miller, between Monroe and AU.wiis. l'rlce, $1,233. Kettering's new lx-rom divolllnfr, situ mo north Bidet of lflgli, K'twciu Lariijette and Clierry. l'rlco", --500. Lots Nos. fttt.'iri!), Ot'o, on smith tidcf AsuiH.mi. x ncu, vw earn lot. Vive lots, fronllii" Sportsman park, on M Carty, M root by I'M feet to ao-foot alloy. Mrs. Helena Tlllin.in's brick house on Broadway. Iictwccn MjIu and railroad. 11 lee, ?l,ii)0. Clnrles MeQcnness' new brick resldeneo on llt'h, lietweeu Lafnyctte and Cherry, l'llce. WOO. .Mr. Kjiglo's tlirce-etory brick iln-cllhnr on wett Ide Madinou, near Dunklin, l'rlco, Mr. ltojron,' two-ktory lirlek dwelling on east sldo Mndlson, near Kim. 1'riec, if The old lingers mansion on Water, near llie pork house, l'or tr-nut enquire. TIip new Uvo-Mnry brick residence of B. Fliielnlrou soutli ol.lo or McC'nrlv.liclwccu Jetli rou and H'aslilng'i.ii. l'rlce Viv.nV- 1! ... I.. t..i -...i.i i i? niiv." IPIIIH ll-MMCIICl' (Ill oiiih ktitp ol JlcOrty. between Jellerson and WiiMiIngtou. Itr-.Mrnroof (Jen. .1. L. Fmltli, two-story lulcl., lino onliiinl, WmjhuI and pnileli, 3i W! aei eiriuui:d j oue-li.df mile flum clly l ilce, J!i,;w The Tlehenor residence on Main, near JiuUoii. 1'ilce, AVidler's lota on .Main, octween Monroe, and Adiinis. l'or price eiuiuire. Iti-lols Nos. ,to, -iti catt'lmir. TM and .V)7 on Jtlsli, lictiveen Mnisli ill and l.al'ayettc: nlnj, lot Ho. !m on MeCiiriy. Eub-dli Isloni B, (i. 7, 8. 0, 1 1, 1.1, 1(1. 17 and 1R of In-lota Svf. fi.II. (il.(, IJ.'J, tioniliif'KWP on l.al'.ijelle.liy i:wi l-'jiteep; i1m, tiuli-dMiloni 1. -J. :!, I, to, n, pjand :f of Ill-lots Kos, (i, til. "a. :!, ,Ti and ; lots 1 -i !l and 1. tronlln'K in 1'eel on MrCtrly by ll''i liiclien deep; lols M. II, i and 1.1, fronllns tu i'ect on Miller liy nan Indus. Oui-lots'17,2) and CI. for tcrnu cu'iulra; eai-h lot contains 3 acres. fslimllrl I IlllVll.l lln. f.lll Pnllnwul- i-nlin. ty ; tvo acres. S W.. per acre. X. .". Lackbart's farm, Callaway eounty: 70 acrej, i 15 per acre, Tlimiiis Farmer's farm, Callaway county j 2J0 acres. ia per aero. It. W. Farmer's farm, C.illawnv counly : 85 acres. yiJ per aero. It. V. Fanner's rar'm, Callaway lou.ity: li acres. V 15 per acre. It. 1!. Former's farm, Callaway county! 120 acres. JH per acre. VT. K. Harris' farm, C'alla.vay counly: 100 acres. JJi.DJ. ' lfntnnien tinu, trroani)aiie-linlf miles cast of Jj-llersoil clly; Kin ens, inn Beres In cultivation; ;ood Imtldlnsi, orchard and feneo; well nipiilleij.nlth water, l'rko, fti.WO' ' 'aauaiHxa una syn u HOIHM IV AU3A3 IV HQIH3M im m N3IVX SVH AT THE THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. l'UDLISIIED nVEIlY TIlUrtStiAY nVE.NlNQ. F. G. FuLKEnsojt, Bitblncsa SInnngcr. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. A YEAR, -tN- ADVnrica S-AJUEPjrjB COPIES 3TIIE1E3. Entered al the rostnftce at Jrjfernon Ctj, Mo., nn srrontl clam matter. Ncu- tfcrlcf ,'.I.ui. ", lsao.j Tlmrstlny, September 18, 1S00. ANNOUNCErVSENTS- County Republican Ticket- fin c.i IVeiiarcd to do all MmU of PLASTERING! at the lowest possible prices. 'Wells anil Cisterns plastered. All work guar anteed to give, entire satisfaction. K3U 2 1 2 HroaUway, JeffeisonClty, Mo, nUTRftlT auHB a nip i , UlililUllstcoITaaklaXllook HALF TUB COST of liolMlng ' laved It Utretetuom, biilcliom, rarin np, maclilnlsts, butlderSCoiilractors inu thcr. Admitted to ba the reat. st improvements ecr inado In lacMu jlocks, I'Tclfiit prepaid. Write Mr cat alogue. rULTON inON k ENGINE WKS., a.tab.ls5J. 10 Bruih St., Detroit, Mich I ACORN STOVES NEVER FAIL ' Thoy are tho best valuo for tho monoy evor offered, and havo always been so renrardod FOR THE PAST BO YEAR8. Qulolc workors, eoonomloal In the use of fuel, always reliable. If you want a perfect Stovo. buy an ACORN. -ENiYERSELLE, PARIS, 1S39, Tits Highest Possible Preariun), THE 9 ONLY GRAND PRIZE FOR SEVING MACHINES, WAS AWARDED TO WHEELER & WILSOH MFG. CO. AND THE ' CR0SS 6F THE imion op honor, WA3 CONFERRED UPON NATHANIEL WHEELER, Tho President of ths Company, WILSON" & MOORK, Agents, Jefferson Clly, Mo. ' Adpilnlstrator'o Notice. Xntleo Is hereby given, That li'tteru f U'linliiislr.itlon on tho cslitdi of Wm. 1. Scars, deceased, were grunted lo the imWdtfiu'd on tho 18th day of August, Iti'JO, l.j- tho l'robatu court of Colo eoun ty, Missouri. All perions having cliiliiii ngilugt snld fflutu aro l'0(iilicil to exhibit them for ;illow:inco to tho administrator within mm yi'iir after tho tin As of said letters, or iliey .iniiy be precluded lioin itny buuclll of such citato; nuil It Midi claims bo not exhibited ulihln two veari from tlio date i f thU puhllcntinn. they slinll ho forevcr barrcd. 'lhU ISIh day of August, 1800. OscakG. Ilmicil, Administrator. OVER A MILLION III USE, jjra, 0. MA.fEHfJUoa City, M, Our stoek of Chlldten'ii, Hoy, Voittl.8 and Muh's clothing U hvrger than over before. Our stock of (.tents' furnishing good and Hats and Caps Is immense. Eutlio ucw stoek, 'tho Intern sl les and (ho lowest prlcos. You will do well to call oil ua. U. QOLDUA, Representative, L. V. IJ1X. Sheriff, GKOHGK W. St'URIl. Collector, W. W. WAGNICR. Circuit Clerk, ADAJI ROUTSZONG. ' County Cleric, AUGUST KROKGEU. Assessor, J. II. IIUNTKR. l'robalo Judge, J. J. SOMMKK. Treasurer, ARTHUR 1'. GHIMSIIAW. Coroiior, DR. JOSEPH l'ORTII. 1'roildtng Judge, RERNARD DULLK. Associate Justice, First District, 1IENRV IIOLLRA1I. Associate Justice, Second District, HENRY KAUTCII. Send in your orders for picnic and barbecue hand bills. A largo slock of new goods just opened al the Red .Store. Ladies' misses' and children's hose sold nt half their value at the Red Store. Children's liaU worth T.'ic and SI, aro being sold at SI. Goidimm's for 23c. Send in your subscription at once for Tin: KKi'LT.i.ii'AN. Only one dollar per year in auviiuro. Our S." men's soils, eieirant new ivit- eriH and durable. They must be seen to bo appreciated. . Jl. liUl.P.MA.N. win.., I ..J nnl.i,i f...- l.l. .,,1 ., 1 1 ., If you want neat and clean work nt low llsriirva. Call and sco f-anmles and as- ceilaln prices. llc.idiiu.il tors for O. A. Ii. suits, aho Sons of Veterans, at A fine lino of ladies' and misses' hand mid iii.icliinc-scwcd Summer slices atliright's. The ladies of tiie Catholic congre gation will give a picnic on Septem ber 2 1 , 185)0, at Ernnz's garden. All arc cordially invited to attend. 2t S. Goldman will make cabinet size rliotcgraplis for the next 30 days for 81.30 a dozen. Now is Hie time lo subscribe for Tin: State Ri:iti!Mcan. if not con venient to call, band your order to your postmaster. We have entered Into tho l!!ht for Sprliig'i'indocaily. Wo aro bound to win. If a largo i-tock, new patterns good material and low pi lees can do It. il. GOLUMAX. Farmers and mechanics, before buying ymr shoes call at Urighl's and examine John Heir's celebrated shoes. These are honest goods, fully warranted botli for quality and wear. Postmasters are authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. Wo allow them the usual newspaper commission. Another immense stock of t'lothlnehas been added to lliohousoof 31. Goldman, ft will surprise you to sco such stocks of goods In tho stoi'3. Ladies' black slippers only "S ets, at the Red Stoic. S:c them. Sold elsewhere at $1,25 to $1.30. Straw bats for men, boys, girls and children in great variety at prices far below any ever offered in this city, at the Red Store. Times aro hard, money Is scarce; It Is to' our 'nteiest to economize. You can do It by buying of us. We can, and will save you mouuy. M. GOLDMAN. Nice full linen towels only 10 cents at the Red Slore. Bring In your subscription. Help along the good work of spreading re. publican gospel throughout the coun try. A nlco assortment of road carts and wagons can bo seen at F. A. Dwights, 702 West strco Call irnil examine the slotk of in font's shoes at Urighl's before buying elsewhere. Call and see the new goods at the Red Store. Tlio Red Storo has just opened n splendid and largo slock of boots and shoes uud immenso quantities of other goods at prices Iqwer than has ever been offered, Call early and Often for bargains, Mr. II. A. Gnss is offering for sale his handsome carriage at a bargain. , Tho public sclioolai, of this city were opened Hondo'. A Nevada p.iper says that Mr. Raltlicl, who mado his escape, has been returned lo the asylum. Tlio Jewish New Year, beginning at sunset Sunday and continuing until sunset Monday was colcbroled in tho usual impressive manner. Tho Elston picnic was largely at tended and quite successful. Sudcn will make you finer cabinet sizn photographs for the money tliau anybody else in the city. Go to hi m and get tho best. Eider Wllklns has accepted the pastorate of tho Fredcrlcktown church. Tho Volksfrctind ofllco will occupy their new quaiters on Madison street in a few days. Styles, quality, quantity, quaran teed lit hud prices to suit the pur chaser, can bo found'; at the oldest and most reliable house of M. Gold man . Tho clothing, hats and fur nishing goods cannot be found any whero to please you belter. Tlio total enrollment of scholars at the public school Monday morning was 538. Hog cholera seems to be among the hogs in some parts of lliia counly in an alarming state. A large number of our citizens at tended the picnic at Elslon Tuesday, It is said the fast mail 'ran from Osage City to this city Sunday morn ing in just nine minute?. Men's brogans from SI up. Ladies' Misses and children's shoes at low figures. Children' pp.nls, 30 cents. Fine line of childrcns' suits at low cr figures than anvwlierc else in the city. Come and see our stock of ladies misses and children' shoes. It i complete and of a flue assortment. All to be foundat the Red Store. The daily mail service from this city to Osage Uluff will be extended to St. Thomas, li.ibbtown and Koellz town. Hi'. J. L. Ciunniings, one of Tiis- cumbia's enterprising business men, passed through the city Tuesday on his return home from a business trip to the Red river country of Aikansas Mr. Joseph A. Ilendlcy unci Hiss Matlie SpauIUing of Spring Garden, Miller county, were granted mariinge license Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Macauicy returned Thursday from a pleasant vjsit of several weeks with relatives and friends in New York. The storm here last Frithy evening brought about a change in the at mosphere that demanded (ire and heavy wraps. Tho thcnnomi.ter reg istered 13 at G a. m. Saturday. Mr. Ren Terrell, lecturer of the national alliance, will speak at (lie courl house in litis city at 10 o'clock a. m. next Saturday, thc-20th. Mr. Fred Miller, an old rcjldutit of this city, was bin led in the city cem etery last Fiiday afternoon. Ho had been in poor health for some time. Mrs. Giibcrs, daughter of Mr. Ileiman Mans, died at her home near Srotts last Thursday night and was buried nt the Catholic cemetery in this city Saturday morning. Mr. Horace Wilcox, former state printer at tliij place, Is now an in mato of the homo for the disabled volunteers at Leavenworth Mr. I). A. Waters of Claysvllhy and Mrs. A. Lucasta hreamore of St Thomas, were mariicd in this city last Friday by Judge R. R. Salter. Republicans who wish a republican paper possessing their Ideal idea of a newspaper, should give it at least a small portion of their liberal printing odlee patronage. Tlio road picnic at the Meistcr place last Sattuday was not as suc cessful as it should havo been on ac count of tho wet and cold weather, and the push of tho farmers in sew ing wheat. The Tribune of last Monday slated that Sir. Win. Wetlock of St. Eliza belli, had purchased of J. W. IJerry 103 acres of land in section 35, town ship 11, rango 12, in Miller' county i also thirteen mulo colls and soyeral head of catllu for the sum of $5,000. A democratic exchange in rsjolcing over tho change" in the national ad ministration says it is satisfied be cause tho change has removed their democratic postmaster, w!ho owned and operated a profitable business, but n fused to palronizu in tltoi yay of advertising, ob work or subscrip tion, tho only democratic paper in the county, and It heartily rejoiced in hU being succeeded by tv-ropubi Tho Central hotel is receiving a new coat of paint. Mr. Nicholas Linhardt of Loliinan, was in tho city Tuesday. Tlio Schumatc Chapel republican club will hold a called nicc'.mg Fri day to-morrow night, to transact important business. All members aro requested to be present. At no time in tlio past decade has the prospects been belter or brighter for the election of the entire repub lican counly ticket. Tlio paity is united ; there are no bickerings, no jealousies, no dissensions, and the nominees arc without exception strong men. A meeting of the republican county central committee will be held at the court house on Saturday", September 20 nt 10:;i0 o'clock a. in. All re publican candidates arc invited to at tend. A. P. GuiMsti.uv, Jos. Sr.vMi'i't.i, Secretary. Chairman. Mr. George W. Waithcr claims tlio finest yield of wheat produce. I in this part of tho country, lie threshed over 1,700 bushels of lino Fullz wheat from 53 acres of land. Mr. Waithcr is a good farmer and under stands his businc33. Rev. J. F. Watkins will hold a se ries of protracted services al tho Presbyterian church in this city, commencing Sunday evening, the '-'8lh inst. Ho will be aided in these services by some one whoso name will bo announced at the proper lime. A somewhat novel method of rais ing money to build n church is thai adopted by T. DcWitt Talmoge. Russell Sigc has loaned $125,000 to help rebuild the Urooklyn Taber nacle, and has taken an insurance policy for SlsJS.uOO on Dr. Tal in age as security. li.is cily has never had a more faithful and elllcient olllcer than Cant. Zimmerman, the present elllcient olllcer. The scarcity of hoodlums and the quietude of the city is noli cable on Capt. John's beat, lie is punctual in the discharge of his du ties. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Picnic at Taos. On Thursday, September 23, the coinmunily of St. Johns parish will glvo a picnic at Henry Schubert' grove. The Jefferson City brass band is engaged and music ami re fi'cshmenls cf the best quality will bo furnished to the visitors. Co-mmittei: The farmers' and laborers' union of Miller county nominated their county ticket last week as follows: Representative, II. D. Ruttcr prosecuting attorney, D. Frozci Tomson; judge of probate, John S Lumpkin; county court judge al large, Ilitam Reed: circuit clerk, .T, 11. U. Jenkins: county clerk, A lirockman : sheriff; and collector, J L. lllackburn ; assessor, W. M. Vntighan judge first district, E. G. Miller: Judge second district, Geo. Rutzcr : coroner, J. R. HcGce. No nomination for treasurer was mado. A mass convention of the demo crals has been called for October 1 lo nominate a ticket. Merit Wins- Wo dehe to av to our elll.en, that for yeais we have been selling Dr. King's N'ew DNcovcry fur CoiiMimplluti, Dr. King's New Life I'lll, HitcUlcn 's Arnli-n Salvo and Llcctrlo Hitters, and have never handled remedies that sell a well, or that have given such universal satis faction. Wo do not he-dtate to guaran tee them every time, and wo stand ready to refund the purchase mice, if satisfact ory icstilts do not follow their u-e. lhcH'. remedies have won their gloat popularity purely on their nici Its. l'or sale at A. Iliandenbcreirs diug 'toiu. Sect! Wheat for Sale. 1 have placed sample of seed wheat at Ihe grocery store of John N. Douhla, of which I have a number of bushels for sale at my farm, four mile east of Jefferson City. Price, Fuitz wheat, $1,25 per bushel. This wheat averaged this year over thirty bushels lo the acre. (!i:o. W. Wat.tiu-.i:. llcan Tho Le'tsaho in the woild for eutJ. bruises, -ores, ulcers, salt llimiin. ri-vm- soies, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain,. corns and all -Kin eruptions, and misit- leiy cures piles, or no pay rcrpilicd. it is guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction or money lefundcd. 1'ileo ir cents per box. For salo by A. llraudcubei uei-. A writer for the London Financial I'imcs commences an article on the United Slates as follows: "Tho merlcans arc now engaged on a ceirsus which is to be, like most other American institutions, nhenominal. It will lick creation all round, and prove the Americans to be not only tlio greatest nation on the face of the earth, but the most favored of Provi- lenee and the worthiest of it. In mining, manufacturing and money making at largo, Jonathan is to walk away from all of us." McFadden Sclnvartztrauber- At high noon, on Tuesday, Sep-1 tcmbcr Ki, at tlio residence of the bride's mother. No. 511 East High ' street, by the Rov. Mr. Schneider of the Lutheran church, Misi Clara M. Schwaitzlraubcr and Mr. G-'orgc A. McFadden were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. 'To love, to bliss, their blended souls were given, ud each, too hopnv, asked no brighter heaven." The ceremony was beautiful and impress,ivc, Tlio bride was married traveling dress and the couple took lite afternoon train for the cast. Miss Clara, who lias long been ad mired by her friends for her noble qualities of ,d and heart, never looked lovelier than on this, her wed ding day. May this life, winch at beat is but a fleeting shadow, bo filled with love and happy host's for her from the bpslaniug to the end, is tho earnest wisli of every friend. Hay the hand of time bear lightly on her; may she be spared deep sor row nud may she be supremely happy arc hopes that go with her on her bridal tour. Mr. George McFadden is a most worthy and ixcniplary young man. Ho i3 ono of the most promising young business men in Q'lr city, and baa the respect, esteem and confi dence of all' that know him. Tub Rei'l'umcan c.tcnd3 to Ihh worthy young couple Its slnccro congratula tions, and Joins with their other fi lends in hope that life may bo to them tho realization that ; "There Ii nothing half 60 SYOCot In life, As love's young dream." Tlio bountiful ivPflst was enjoyed by the invited guests, and the many beautiful and costly presents were high testimonials of the great esteem la ttUlG.lt tlio happy couple we. held. The Cincinnati Commercial Ga zelle is pointing a good many morals these days. Here is one of them : "Our old Uncle Samuel seems to be getting along pretty well under the devastating influence of the republi can policy of protection. Jn the past ten years the national and state in ' deblcdness lias decreased from S2, i 125,017,1100 in 1830 to 61,035,712, ' COS in lollO, while the wealth of the countiy lias increased 10 per cent, il now aggregating tho handsome total of S7 1,500,0011.000. Where arc those pessimists who declare that we are all drifting to the demnilion bow-Iwpws'f" CORRESPONDENCE- SCRUGGS. Farmers all busy plowing and sowing wheat. .Miss Alice lluckner Is visiting her sis ter, near Sedalia. Mr. lliicnto went to Jeff City .Monday. .Mr. X. Kolbly was sick ecvcial days last week . Miss Julia Kndleott of Ccutrctown, Is visiting friends In this neighborhood at preent. Silas Fcnijcg has a sci Ions attack of typhoid feci',,ei) we learn from his at tending physician. Mr. George Di-jtler wa engaged hi the sorghum business last week, Messrs. Deltz and Smith finished threshing this week. -Mr K. Scrugis went to liussellvlllo Saturday. number of our people from heic at tended the picnic at Klston Tucday. Mrs. Maggie Gilberts died lust l'rldav morning after several days of painful Illness. They watched her bieathlng through tho night, Her bieathlng soft and low. As In her brcat the wave of life. Kept heaving to and fro. nil when the morn roc dim and sad And chill with early showers, Her rjulct eyelids closed. She had another morn than theirs. ZION ITF.MS. A Safe investment. Is one which is jjuar.inteed to bting you -allsf.ictoiy lesults, or in ease of failure aieturn of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our ad veitised ilriir;;Ist a bottle of Dr. King's Now Discovery tor consumption. It Is guaranteed to hilng relief in every case, when used for any affection of throat, lung or elie-t, such as consumption, In ll.iuiiuatiou of Lungs, llronehitis, Asthma Whipping Uoiigh, Croup, etc., etc. It U pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, aud can always be depended noon. Trial bottles free at A. Brandenbeiger's drug lore. Fanners havo their ground iu a srootf condition for the fall crop. Tim farmers aro well please 1 with tlio republican county ticket. Manvof tho democratic farmers vote the republican county ticket. The public road picnic nt the old Sonc farm was largely attended . All rcnort rand time; amusements and refresh ments of various kinds weic furnished. Mid much credit is due the committee tor their efforts in behalf of those assembled. Miss lleitha Clarciibach com menced her "chool term at the Zlon school house September I , with a cood iittcudauco. Misses Su-ati and Lla Bate? and .Miss Louisa Kaiser, three prominent young ladies from Hart's Cravel, attended church at .Ion last .Sunday. V missionary meeting will bo held at Zlou .Sunday, the 2"tli day of September. l'orenoon, preaching In tho Germans afternoon In the. English language. Mis Lnclsii Ebeihardt, who has been Isltlng relativei in Johnson conutv, re turned home last week. Mr. Jacob and Mr. Hon Velter ami Mr. John Hookers, three c.perlenoed nia"OKS. commenced with tlio wall work on Mr. Itolnhard 1'lsher's barn last week. Notice to Tax-Payers- The undersigned collector of Colo county, Mo. , will meet the tax-payers to receive their taxes for thu year ISIKJ at tlio following places, to-w it i Klston, Monday, October 1:1. Cenlretown, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1 1 and 13. Ruellvlllu, Thursday and Friday, October 1U and 17. Lohnian's,Hii!urili'.y, October IS. Cnloii Store, Clark township, Monday and Tuesday, October 20 and 21. llr.izlto, Wednesday, October 2-'. St, Thomas, Thursday aud Fiiday, October 211 and 21. Osago Bluff, Saturday, October 2.". Brandt's, Liberty township, Monday, October 27. Henry Schubert's, Tuesday, October 2S. Osago City, Wednesday, October 20. Tax-payeis are requested to biing the numbers of their laud. Hknuv J. nt-i.T.i:, Collector of Colo County, MKoml, The Boy py. Tito Agent for the Hoy Spy is hore. F.vory boy or girl wlto begins to read tins book is so attracted by the ac counts of hatr breadth escapes, gen erous hospitality, friends among enemies, pathetic love stories and daring ndventuro3 that, there is no gelling lose from it until every word of it is read, Gen. Warner, past cominandcr-iu-chief of G. A. R., in a letter to the OAilhor of 'Tlie Hoy Spy," says: 1 My Dcai Comrade Accept thanks for "Tho Roy Spy" sent me. Your book will be read with profit and in terest by llio youth of our country, and will bo welcomed by tho old vet crans as reviving many of tho mem oiios of the late war. Yours fraternally, Wm. Wakxi:r. The Best. Everybody wants the best. Of the 200 books on tho lifts of Christ, Fleet wood's is pronounced tho best. Nn ono can read this book without bene fit, Mtts. Jknnih Scott, tt Melioh Hotel, Sole. Agent, This gravel road to Lainkln and Berry 'uiiig is 111 line coiiuuion. The Oklahoma legislature passed a bill Tuesday locating the permanent capital of the territory at Oklahoma City. "The Hoy Spy" is an excellent book. It is Interesting to everybody. Sec notice in this paper. WANTKIJ Gentleman or lady, capable of earning S2.5o to $ a day, to act as agent for the "Hoy Spy1' iu St. Thomas, Scruggs and Decatur precincts. Address tins paper. Hisaiio, Mo., 0, 15, 1SH0, To Stati; Ri:pl'iii.icax, Jr.i r Otv, Mo., Whereas, the people iu the vicinity of Rra.ito hayc shown their respect and by their assistance made our pieuic, on August 10, 1800, a suc cess. Therefore, He it resolved: 1. That we, the members of Ilra xito Lodge No. 118, I.O. O. F., do hereby tender all ladles and gentle men who attended and gavo us as sistance a unanimous vote of thanks. 2. That we also cordially thank nil sister lodges or members of the same for participating and assisting us. S. That a copy of those resolu tions be spread en the minutes of Drazito lodge and a copy sent to each of the Colo county papers for publi cation. C. A. Ansiioi.n, II. Gix.vriii:i;, W. S. IlASTINUSr Committee Tho Fall Festivities. The festivities this fall at Kansas City will bo inaugurated 011 the open ing day, Sept. X2t of the great Mis souri anil Kansas Inter-State Fair.- Industrial Exposition and races, fir tho evening thcrn will bo n parade on tlio principal streets of military and civic societies, Coup's troupe, oi trained horses, ponies aud dogs,- sev eral bands of inusto, etc., etc. Du ilng the balance of the week, Sep tember 33i to 27 inclusive, in addition to the fair and expositions there will be. given two entertainments daily by Coup's troupe of trained horses and dogs, chariot and hurdle races, con certs by military bands, three to five races eacli day on tho best half-mile track iu tho west, besides othor at tractions that will make, tho event memorable iu the history of the city as well a- a week of pleasure and profit to all visitors who may bo in,. a.Uc.udu.Uce.1 m.V ml Ml Mm 1MB iwihi " .- - 'Sits. s5 .,Jt