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r. aim : il TAOIFIO RAILROAD TLMK TABLE, WEIiTU'Ani). No l)Day Express... Arrives 1 :3t p.m. Leaves 1 :20p.m. No. 3, Through Express. Arrives 12;- 28 a. m. Leavca 12:28 n.m. No. 6, Local Passongdr. Arrives 12:3') p. m. Leaves 12:45 p.m. No- 0, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a.m. Leavea 2:10 a. m. Freight, carries passciiRcis. Lcavcep.'25 a.m. KAsnvAnn. ' No. 2, Pay Express.... Arrives 240 p.m. Leaves. 2 ;53 p.m. No. i, Through Express. Arrives 2:10 a.m. Leaves 2:10 a. m. No. C, Local Passenger. Arjlvcs 1:20 Leaves 1 :40 p. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 4:10 Local passenger trains 6 and 0 run be tween St. Louis and Kansas Cltr. Three sections ornlcht train "cast. Texas cx- tiress. No. 9. lias throuch chair car via. Lexington branch. Free reclining chair cars on all tlirough trains. I.EHANON IlUANClt. Trains lcavo Jefferson City at 0:30 a. m., arriving at Aurora 0:30 a. in. Tteturnina, will leavo Aniota at 11:3 p. in., arriving at Jefferson City at 2:3 p. in. John J. CiiuncmAgt. 4 k, mmmsii N Palacs Dlnlna Car man kcjmcity.I ; , j '"jVVrt I MOST OilEJT uMlwypQi: st. louis f Mm . ;: g- "",".,' 1 CHICAGO & ALTO.VRAKLROAD Omnibus loaves Jefferson vlty, 7:30 a.m. every day except Sunday, eon neetlng with tho train leaving. Ccdur uuy atsa. m. ami which iikikc.? prompt connection at Mexico with all trains going cast, west or north. Jonathan Griiisiia'w .Ticket Agent TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, 6V1EX8C0& CALBFORNI A. Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWUUN Sedalia Jefferson City AND TEXAS POIW Gf.o. A. Ki:dv, ) II. C. Cnoss, J Receivers. J. J. l'REY, J. WALLO, Oen. suiL Gen Truffle Mgr. OASTON MKSLIElt, Gcn'l r.mcnger & Ticket Agent, SEDALIA, MO. C. IV3. EDWARDS, Prepared to do all kinds of PLASYERSRsCi! at the lowest possible prices. Well? and Cisterns plastered . All work gu.ir Riitccd to glvo entire palLfaellon . EQi. 212 IJroadwiry, Jefferson City. Mo nTfrnniT kure ghip HALF THE COST of holslln sftred u tdrlf ettpri., tutelar, ram tut iniH'IUalt, bull ior. coutrucici nnd Uirrt. Admitted to uo llm vti r ft improvement oter otaav i.i inav. blooki. Freight reiiiiit. wrltofiirri, Alogae. FUlTONlRON'&tNGlNEWK" I!tib.l33:. 10 Brush St., Ojtroit, Mic SCHEIBE & PAYNE HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE A N D -ORNAMENTAL ' 305 Madison Street. S: W. COX REAL ESTATE AGENCY, OFFICE OYER EXCHANGE BANK. Tho following Real Estate" for Sale, , Mrs. Sclinrp's now thrco-itory brick build. Ins, north side of High. ' -v. . ' IIoum of O. M. Mnus, on Miller, botwecn Mouroo and Adnms. l'rlco, SlfibO. rtollerlnR'sncw six-room dtvollln;;, lta.' ato north nldo or High, between Lal'ayctto and Chorry. Trice, J2.5O0., , ' Liity Nos. t)13sV30, 010,' on south it!o of Dunklin. Price, SOW each lot. l'ivo lots, frontlnpf Sportsman park, on McCnrty, Bl feet by ius fcot to 20-foot alley. Jlio. Helena Tlllman'n brick lione on Ilroadway, between Malu nud railroad, l'lkc, ?1,'J00. Clnrles McQcnncsa' new brick residence f!i IIIkIi, betweou lafnyctte and Clicrry. l'llcc. 4,'J00. Mr. Xnglc'd tlircc-story brlckdwclllns on Wtiit sldo Madison, near DunMln. Trice, Jlr. ItoRcro two-ttory brick dwclllnpr on cat! tide Mndlson,ucar Tbn. l'nce, ?1.300. The old liojcrs mansion on Wator, near tbd iiuik lic,uau. For ttniH ennnlre. The new two-Elorr brb k rccldcwo of K. Pluciilrou soiilh fiilo of JlcCarty, between Jclkrson nnd WusMi'ctcn. Price 2,000. Trunk It, Miller's new l.rick residence on no li idilo id McCarty, between Jcll'crBou and asldngtou. !o::Idonco of Ocn. .1. L. Smith, t-.vo-story biuk, lino oichiird, tn(ald ami garden, 11 1--' .teres ground : m-uar lullo froia cltr Ti.o TIehenor reOdcncs on Main, near Jn-l-nn. l'rlcc, $i;zti. AVjdtcr'a lota on Maln, hetween Monroe ami Ad:ims. Tor prieo enquire. in-bit Nos. Ml. S0i cnt-hiilf. ,V ami 507 on High, helm-on Mamhidlnnd l.otaj cttc: al80. lot No, im on MeCarty. nb.divhion3 f., 0, 7, 9, 0, 11, K, 10, 17 and if? of iii-iots Noo. ii'so, en, mi. (rii.iir,. mo, lriinlliig:ia-t) on Latayctto.bv KiSl 1-2 deep: alu.i iiub-dlvlplons 1,3 !),!, 10, 11, 12mid 13 of u.-lota Nos. IVO, 31, 82. "I, S.', and M J lots 1, 2, a nnd 4. ii-ontliig 40 loot on McC.irty by l'.iS-'i Inches deep: lots 10. 11, 12 unit 13. froi.'lag 40 fct on Miller by lUs'.i Indies. Out-lots 17, 21 and U(. 1'or terms (uipilrs i each lot ecntulns 0 acres. Poimiel Hull'mastcr farm, Callaway coun ty ; 120 acr63, .)2.M per acre. X. 8. LacMiart's farm, Callaway county; 70 iici-i-s. flo per aero. Thomas Furinor'a farm, Callaway county j 220 acres. SIS per aero. It. 17. Farmer's farm, Callaway county ; 65 neros. per acre. It. Y. Fanncr't faun, Caltamiy county; 172acics. $13 per aero. H. 15. Fanner's farm, Callaway county; ISoasics. tit peracro. W. B. Harris' farm, Callaway county; 100 u-re. 27.53. . Hjnimcnfurm, two and one-hslf miles cast of .Icflersou City; 10U er9, loo acres In culllir.itloii; good buUtilngs, orchard and fenci-; well iiippUed with vator. l'rlco, JO.'JCO- 'aaiiarasa mm bvh ii hcihm v ami AiLNQGD ami AU3A3 XV AT TME " XPQ5!TlQHZZr si urn -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEPFEItSON CITY, MISSOURI. PUBLISHED EVE1IY TJIUI18DAV EVENING. P. Q. FtJLKEnsos, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, $1. AYEAR,e. S.ATVn?r.TTl OOPBB13 JJ'JriiiUll- Enteral at the Pottofflct at Jtlmon City, Ho at Mmnilclnt matter. New Series,-Jan. 7, lS'JO. Thursday, September 25, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENTS- County Republican Ticket- Representative, L. V. DIX. Sheriff, GEORGE W. SPURR. Collector, W. W. WAGNER. Circuit Clerk, ADAM ROUTS'ZONG. County Clerk, : AUGUST KROEGER, ' Assessor, J. K. HUNTER. Probate Jtttlgo, J. J. SOMJ1ER. Treasurer, ' ARTHUR P. GRIMSIIAW. Coroner, 1R. JOSEPH PORTII. Presiding Judge, BERNARD DULLE, Associate Justice, First District, HENRY HOLLRAH. Associate Justice, Second District, HENRY KAUTCII. ACORN STOVES NEVER FAIL ' Thoy aiC the best value for the money tV.'or offered, and have always been regarded FOR THE PAST BO YEAR8. Quick workers, economical In ihn imanf fuel, nlwava rfil able. If you want a .perfect Stove puy 'an Auunw, PARIS, 1839, Tin Iligusst ro33iblo Premium, TO ONLY GRAND PRIZE FOR SEWING MACHINES, WAS AVARDED TO !. CO. - Und the ' ACROSS 0F TMEW :QION OF S10NOR, WA3 CONFERRED UPON NATHANIEL WHEELER, Tho President of the Company. WILSON & MOOUB, Agents, Icffereou City, Mo. Administrator's Notice- Nulleo .Is lioreby given, That letters' ( nilmlntetrntlou cm tlio cstnto of Win. I. fiehrs, ilecenaed, were ftwutoil to tlio iiiU'iilntil on the IStli Jay of August, SD0. tiy tho Prolate court of Cole coun. y, Missouri. A'l t'crioiisi having chilins nptnlnst .s.ilil stiito uro rcqnlrod to cxhtMt them fur illuu'ilnco to the ndniluUtrntor within no year after tho ditto of fculd letters, or noy may uo preoiiiucu ironi any noucnt jf estate; ntnl If tucli elutius bo not iWlilMtnil ulltilntwn ri!tt4 fi-nin lhn ilnto t ttiU publication', tliey shall he forever sarrcu. 'mis istti uuy m auxiisc, iouu OsoAr.O. Utinoir, AUmloUtnitor, 1 OVER A HILUOX IK USE. " . 'SOLDBY ' Mrs, O.JUXEB, Ji3899Uyto, Our stock j of Children's, Hoys, j' Youths' nqcl Mph's plcithlng Is lurgcr ilian ever before, uitr stocx o: iicuts' fiivnUbltig goods nnd I lata and Cops Is iinmcnee. Katlro new ttock, tbo lntet.t styl'oj rhU Iho lowest 'prices. You ylll do tysU toclVoa;u; Send in your orders for picnic nnd barbecue hand bills. A largo slock of new goods just opened nt llie Red Store. LadtcV misses' and children's hose sold at half their value at the Red Stoic. Children's hats worth 75c and CI, arc being sold at M. Goldman's for 25c. Scud in your f ub.crIptlon nt once for 'I'm: Itni-i'tiLiCAN. Only one dollar per year lu advance. Our men'rf sulti, elegaut new pat erm anil birabl. They must bo seen to be appreciated. M. GOLDMAN'. Send u yout otders for jub printing If you want neat anil clean work at low ilguu-n. Call ami see samples and as certain prices. Hc;uliuaitcrs for O. A. 11. suits, alo Sons of Veterans, at M. GOLDMAN'S. A fine line of ladies' nud misses' hand and machine-sewed Summer shoes at Rright's. The ladies of tlio Catholic congre gation will give a picnic on Septem ber 21 1890, at Franz's garden. All arc cordially invited to attend. 2t- S. Goldman will malto cabinet size f holographs for the next 30 days for $1.50 a dozen. Now h tho time to subscribe for Tiik Statu 1kiti:i.ican if not con venient to call, hand your order to your postmatter. We have entered Into tho ll;ht for SpilngTiadowily. We are bound to uln, If a largo stock, new patterns, good material and low pilees can do It. M. GOLDMAN. Farmers nnd mechanics, before buying your shoes call at Bright's and examtno John Jleir's celebrated shoes, These are honest goods, fully warranted botli for quality and wear. Postmasters arc authorized to re ceive subscription for this paper. Wo allow them the usual newspaper commission. Another immense stock of clothing has been added to the house of M. Goldman. It will surprise you to see such stocks of goods iu tho store. Ladies' black slippers only 75 dr. at the Red Sloie. 3oc them. Sold elsewhere at 81.26 to 81.50. Straw hats for men, boys, girls a.ul children in great variety at prices far below any ever offered in lids city, at the Red Store. Times nro 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 money. 31. UUl.UJIAiN. Nico full linen towels only Wccnts at tho Red Store. Bring in your subscription. Help" along tho good work of sprouting re publican gospel throughout the coun try. A nico assortment of rqad carts and wagons can bo scon at V. A. Dwights, 702 West strco. Call and examine tho stock of iu font's shoes at Bright's before buying elsewhere. Call and sec tho new goods at tho Red Store, Tho Red Store has just opened a splendid and largo slock of boots and shoes and immense quantities of other goods at prices lower than has ever been offered. Call early, and The ferryboat lias fair sailing again, This year's corn crojHs estimated at 80 per cent, yiold.. ,.' Tho Kansas City baso ball club has justly won a base ball peunant. Mr. Geo. M, Mans is adding a new front to his business house. Senator Vest Is 'billed to speak In this city on Tuesday', next at 2 p. ra. Suden will make yon finer cabinet slzn photographs for the money than anybody else In Ihe city. Go to him and get tho best. Tho Clark township Teachers' as sociation promises to.bo a successful institute. Styles, quality, quantity, mtaran .teed, fit and prices, to suit tho pur chaser, can bo found at the oldest and most reliable houso'of M. Gold man. Tho cloth ing.' Jiats and fur nishing goods cannot be found any where to please you better. Tlio day of the atonement was celebrated by tho Jewish citizens of tins place Wednesday Wen's' brognns from SlftVp..!. Ladles' Misses and children's shoes at low figures. Childrens' pants, 50 cents. Flno lino of childrens' suits nt low er figures than anywhere else in the city. Come and see our stock' of ladies' misses and childrens' shoes. It is complete and of a line assortment. All to bo found at tho Red Store. Mr. J. R. Roid of Marshall, Saline county, lias leased Ihe Leopold building, in w.bich lie will open a hardware store, from Mr. S. W. Cox, BucUlcn's Arnica Salve- Tho Uesttalvc In the wo; Id for cut, biulcs, sores, ulcers, salt ihc.mil, fever sores, tetter, chapped hand.!, chilblains, corns and all skin eiupllnii', and polt Ively cures pIlcs,or no pay icqulrcd. It 1? guaranteed to glvo perfect sallffactluu or money lefunded. 1'iiee -25 cents per box. ForsulebyA. UraniK-ubcrger. A steady rain fell from early Wed nesday morning until noon to-day. Tito matinee of "llroving the Woild" Saturday afternoon should bo seen. Tho magnificent steamer, Kansa, passed up Tuesday morning well laden wilh freight. A little adveitising, judiciously applied, works a wonderful change in a man's business. There is enterprise in tome people in offering wagers to bee others "move" occasionally. Mr. Chas. Linscy of KMon, was in the city Tuesday and Wednes day. Congressman Nathan Frank was defeated in tlio nominating conven tion, by a voto of 70 for T. J. Pros,-set- and 17 for Mr. Frank. Tlio subscription to the Central Missouri Building and Loan Associa tion i fully paid up in .sulllcient number to incorporate. This new association has met with booming success. Seed Wheat for Sale. I have placed sample of seed wheat at tho grocery storo of John X. Doehla, of which I have a number of bushels for sale at my farm, four miles cast of Jefferson City. Price, Fiiltz wheat, 81.25 per' bushel. This wltcat averaged this year over thirty bushels to tho acre. Gr,o. W. Waltih:i:. The preliminary trial of Mrs. Polly Hoycc bofoio Commissioner Gels berg, charged with sending obscene letters tlirough tlio mails, was had last Thursday, and resulted in her being held iu $000 bond to await the action of tho grand jury. The Boy Spy ' Tlio Agent for tho Hoy Spy Is. here. Every boy or girl who begln4to read this book is so attracted fltho ac counts of hair breadth escapes, gen erous hospitality, friends, .Jimong enemies, pallietlo love stOriM- and daring adventures that there" is no getting lose from it until cycry word of it is read. Gen, Warner, past coinmandcr-in- ehTef of G. A. 11., iii a letter to .the author of "Tho Hoy Spyjsays: ' My Dear Comrado Acccpkthnnks for "Tho Boy Spy" scut incii' Tour book will bo read tvith profii and in terest by the youth of our.Vpuntry, and will be welcomed by lkoqld, vet crans as reviving many of tbojnicm. orlcs of the late war. Yours fiatcrnaly, Wsi. wUnKER. Dr. J. P. Porth is remodeling ids residence on the corner of West Main and Bolivar. About $20,000 has been subscribed to tho Confederate Homo to bo es tablished In tills stale. Miss Lillian Stillnian in "Braving the World1' will bo tit Lohnian's opera houso two nights, September 2G nnd-27. The Catholic picnic advertised to tako place Wednesday at Franz's garden had to bo postponed on ac count of rain. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Fulkcrsoii and son, ''Hoi)" attended the Kansas City fair and races this week. The fair and races arc not superior in any other city in tho country. Tlio magnificicnt depot at this place is undergoing some valuable and permanent improvements. The Improvements were necessary to pre vent the building from falling in, out or down. Hon.Thos. J. Prosser, one of the ablest men lu tho slate, has .been nominated for congress in tlio Ninth congressional district. The republi cans of St. Louis will give him their full support, notwithstanding the op position of the Great Religious Dally. The enforcement of the anlt-loltcry law lias begun. A Washington news paper containing the lottery's adver tisement lias been excluded from the mails. Nothing in the lino of his of ficial duties will give Mr. Wanamakcr greater pleasure than enforcing that law. The Misses Mahan of Jefferson City, have returned homo from a vis it of several days in this city and county. They were pleasant j-outig ladies and favorably impressed our pcoptc. Versailles Statesman. Judge A. B. Colo, the republican candidate for stale senator, is an old citizen of this county, an intelligent man, in sympathy with the producers ami capable of reprc-cnting their in terests in tho state senate, and ho ought to bo elected. Uoonvillc Republican. Some valuable lead prospects have recently been dlscovcicd in scctloir 21 nnd SI, township 12, ratmo 1!!, In this county. Wo will send out a number of ac counts this week for subscription due lids olllcc, and trust tliey will be acknowledged promptly by remit tance or call . The amount In cacli account is small, but to the olllcc it amounts to several hundred dollars, and should be paid. Prof. W. K. Coleman, tho present superintendent of schools of the slate has purchased the interest of It. X. Turubtill lu the Southwest Loan & Trint Co., and as soon as Ids term of olllcc expires will locale nt this place. Nevada is fortunate iu gelling such a man as Prof. Coleman nnd Mr. Coleman i3 fortunate in having such a nice place to spend tlia remainder of ids days. Nevada Republican. Tlio Sovereign Grand lodge of the I. O. O. F., at the recent session held in Topeka, Kan., approved the ac tion of tho grand sire of the Grand Lodge of Missouri, declaring uncon stitutional and void the action of the lodge in disqualifying members of the order who arc saloon-keepers. The Sovereign Grand loda'c also indefi nitely postponed two resolutions, which were introduced seeking to dis qualify saloon-keepers, by the decis ive voto of 02 to 02. "Tho Soy Spy'' Something finitely new in "War Hooks" and "War Litcraluie." No "Big and Little You," but a clean, unbiased and succint account of the many thrilling incidents of the civil war by the Hoy Spy, Grandly embellished with full page illustrations, coirect iu every sense, and one of the most attractive books of the age. All "Son-j of Veterans" and the "Old Hoys" will follow with intcicst the fortunes of Gcuo. Kieclric railways, generally speak ing, aro regarded as more reliable and having a greater earning ca pacity than cable roads. They cer tainly are much pleasantcr to ride Tlio liver and harbor bill which upon and a greater speed can bo ob- President Harrison lias signed up- tallied than by any oilier mode of propriates about 821,000,000, but we operation that ha3 yet been tried for hear no complaints of extravagance. ' street railways. Wo hope the par- From which it is to bo inferred that tics or company gelling up street every coni'csinan lias .scouted a itiilway enterprise fioni fairgrounds slice for his district. to tho Stewart place in the western .. ; i pari of the city, will build an electric Happy Hoosiers- ; Win. Tlmmomls, poetmaetsr of Ida-' villi', liid., uiltcs: "Klec.ile Bitters has j The Came l.nw- done nio'-c for mo than all oilier medl- ,r. clues combined, for that bad feeling1 JIl30lirl S'o If ")' 1'"'- arhig from kidney and liver trouble." so" uiUell 01" '"J"10. '' l .lohn Le-llf, farmer mill stockman of tempt to catch, kill or injuic any wild same place, says: '-l-'i-id Eleetile lilt- buck, doe or fawn between the first teis Id be tho best klduey and liver med-' ay of February and tho first day of leino, made me feel like a new man. " J. 1 r . , -i , . , , . , ' , , , October, or any wild turkey between . Gardner, haidwivu inerehaut, sauio ,. . , , i , '., town, ,nys: Kleet.Ie Hitters is jnst the 11,0 '"'st of March and the loth thing for a man who is .MI ruu down and t1a-v of September, or any pinnated don't euro whether he lives or dies; ho grou-e, co iimoii'y called prairie found new stren-rih, good uppctlto and chicken, between the first day of felt just like he had anew leino on life. Febiuaiy and tho 15th day of Au Only BOO a buUlu at A. Draiidenborger's IIst or wiy rn,ed drug btoie. B ' ,, , , . j inonly called pheasant or partridge, Tho "ureal Religious Daily" of or any quail, sometimes called Vir Sl. Louis is still trying to oppose ' giuia pa'tri.lge, between the first day Hon. Chaunccy 1. Filley, our repub- of January and the first day of Octo licau candidate for president of the her, or any woodcock between tl.c rnitcil Slates iu 18fi2. Tlio whiskey 10th day of January and the first ring and refreshment society is slid day of July, or any turtle dove or ftcsh in the minds ot some of its any meadow laik or any plover be stockholders. Boodle is tho winning ' tween the first day of February and card of thc"G. R. 1). Kxehango. the first day of August, or any wild Hon. J. L. Krwin, the nominee of S0I,S bi,a ol '"cllvcrous bird at the republican party wh3 is to rep- a"y E,C!l"'0" of Ule 'C!U"' or 8,lal1 111 resent the Eleventh district in tho i ?"' timo 0l' 8L'a80n Mldl' taUo ot in' next congress, spoke in O'Hearn's JUrc' h' mcans of a,,' neU' trow hall last Friday to the people of Bur- i 1C"3 or I,,ts' or otllcr 1cvico of l,,B dine, on the political questions of li""1' any l,l,llmtc(1 grouse, commonly the campaign pcnerally and tho in- j -'lle(1 Prairio chicken, or any quail, tercsts of the people of this district, 1 soim'lim(;'s called Virginia pattridgc, in particular. His argument in favor ! or slia11 at any Umo "reason disturb, of tho development of the resources ' rcil) pr tkstro' a"' wiM 1)!r'r8 'x'. of this part cf the state wis logical j or ta,cc tllcl-ljf'om ' CSS or eggs of and well tcccived by tho audience n"y "ikl bIri'' wlintaocvcr, every and the farmers csneciallv.-IImistnn 8Ueh Pcrs0" ndlns against any of Tho Best Everybody wants tho bent. Of the 200 books on tlio life of ChrUtFleot wood's Is prououncod thu best? No ono can read this book wlUfqutjjctto fit. Mas. Junnik Sqo'xr, Sentinel. The picnic thre? and one-half miles south of Lolunan station, and six milc3 cast of Kusscllvllle, on the Lyslelown road, near tlio South .Mo rcau, on-Saturday, October 1, iitom iscs to lie one of tho grandest picnics of tho season. A gold-headed cane will be given to tlio most popular county candidito and a new hat to tiic oldest man. Barbecued meats, refiesluncnts and amusements of all kinds will be in abundance. Fiemarknblo Rescue Mrs. Michael CiUiaiii, J'lalnlleld.Ill., makes tin) statement that sho caught cold which sealed on her luiigi; she was treated for a mouth by her family phy sician, but grew worse, lie told her sho was a helpless victim ot consumption and that uo mcdieiuo could fine her Her drrgglst suggested Dr. KlngM.N'ow Dlseoyory for consumption j she bought a bottle and to her great delight found herself benefitted from first dose. She continued Its uso aud after taking 10 bottles, found herself souud and well, now docs her own houso work and Is as wollassli'i ever was. Freo lilal bottles of ihlsgieat discovery at A. l'.randeu bcrger's di ug eture, largo bottles COo and the provisions of this section shall lie deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. Coon, mink, otter, beaver and musk rat may bu caught between the first day of November anil the lirst day of April. St. L'juis Republic, Notice to Tax-Payers- Tlio undersigned collector of Cole enmity, Mo. , will meet the tux-payers to lecelve their taxes for tbo year 1S90 at the following places, to-wlt : KUton, Monday, October 1.1. Oulii'tiiwn, Tuesday aud Wednesday, October H aud 1,1. r.iisellvllla, Thursday and 1'ilday, October 11) and 17. Lohnian's, Saturday .October IS. Union Store, Clark township, Mouduy and Tuesday, October 20 and 21. llrazito, Wednesday, October iij. St. Thomas, ThuiEday and Friday, October 23 and 21. Oiago Illuff, Saturday, October 33. llrandt's, Liberty township, Monday, October 27. Henry Schubert'?, Tuesday, October 28. 0age City, Wednesday, October 31. Tax-payers are requeued to bring tbo numbers ot their land. llKM'.V J. DUI.LK, Colltiotor ot Cgle CguDtytiUssQuri. THE 88TH INFANTRY It's Third Annual Reunion at the Rink. But little remains to be said of tho reunion of tho surviving veterans of tho gallant 88th Illinois infantry that lias been in session iu this city for tlio past two days. Closing tho Jour nal's report of yesterday tho social meeting then lu session at the rink adjourned at I o'cloak to meet again at the G. A. R. hall at 8 o'clock. But little business was transacted. The time being occupied in social In tercourse! tho renewal of old ac quaintnnces ; the singing of the song published last night and the talking over of old times, all of which is of but lilllc interest to tho public. Among tho prominent members of tlio regiment present at the reunion, is James K. Mcrriilcid of St. Louis, who has just been placed on the Mis souii republican state ticket as ono of Hie candidates for railway com. missioncr. Mr. Mcrrificld enlisted from Marseilles, where ids family lived for many years, but after tlio war ho went to St. Louis, and for tho past 2 1 yours lias been a passengctf conductor on the Missouri Pacific railway. At the battle of Franklin, Tennessee, Mcrrificld captured thu regimental Hag of the 1st Mo. Con federate Infantry, and Col. Hugh Garland's sword, and also Gen, Fcatlicrstonc's headquarters fiag. Tlio 1st Mo. wa3 in General, now Senator Cockrcll's brigade and was driven back, the 88th giving them a hard tussle. The sword and tho 1st Mo. Ilag has been presented to tho Southern Historical Society at St. Louis, but the other Hag, comrnuo Mctriileld still retains. After tlio army had fallen back from Franklin to Nashville, Gen. "Pap" Thomas called Mr. Mcnifield out in front of his regiment and personally compli mented him for bravery, an honor but seldom accorded to a private, soldier. Mrs. Mcrrificld accompan ies her husband and when the re union is over they will go to St, Louis. We clip the above from the Ottawa, Illinois, Daily Journal of tlio lOtlt hist. The largest Baryta and Kaolin mines in the world aro said to bu in tho southern part of Cole county near the Osage river. Silver Dick Bland has drawn from the U. S. trcasuty about 81"0,0000 as salary, and' has only gotten about SiO.OOOfor the benefit of the Osage river, the Hudson of tlio west, tho finest river in. the woild. There i3 nothing new in the prcs- ent effort of Wall street to "beat Bland." The attempt has been mado before under different guises. Only now it happens to be a trifle mora conspicuous by reason of its absur dity and foolliardiness. Tribune. The Tribune can raise money in Wall street to elect Bland, but it cannot uiUo any in that quarter to defeat him. Wall street and Bland 0 hand in hand. The republican state central com mittee has been reorganised. as fol lows : chairman, Chaunccy I. Filley; Vice Chairman, Henry Zcigcnhem ; Secretary, James T. Beach ; Assist ant Secretary, A. IS. Cole; Treasurer, Clark II. Sampson. The executive committee was ap pointed by the chairman a3 follows: .1. L. Gleason, First distiict ; Nelson Church, Third district; J. H. Harris, Fifth district ; Kossuth Webber, lYnth district ; J. T. Moore, Klcvcnth district; T. B. Ilaughawoul, Twelfth district, and J. C. Jlcnns, Thirteenth district. ' On Fiiday and Saturday evenings, and Saturday matinee, Sept. 20 and 27, our peopie-viill have an opportu nity of seeing at Lohnian's opera house the greatest sensational drama of the ago, "Braving the World," presenting Lillian Siillman, the fa mous sjubrcltc, and versatile actress, in the leading role of "Sprightly." The press speaks of the play in the highest terms, and pronounces it to be the best sensational drama on tho road. During the action of the play, Mis9 Stillmaii will introduce her famous songs, "Dreamland is Waiting" (Lullaby), "It is Near It (Topical) ; also, her Spanish Castanet and tam bourine dances, and will bo supported by a well and carefully selected company of first-class artists, making "Braving the World" ono of the strongest cast companies on the road during tlio season of 1800-01, Tho management takes pleasure in announcing tho fact that they carry special scenery, adapted to any sizo stage, that the public may witness the greatest of nil sensational scenes produced by any company, tho "Ks capo From Tlio Rockery." Admis sion, 25, 05, 50 nnd 75 cents. Do hot forget the matinee of 'Braving tho World" at tho opera house Saturday afternoon. Havo your chlldron seo "Little Nab," only 5 years old, received from tho Rook ory by being lied to her sislor's back and swung on a derrick over the water. It is a sccno that botli old and youog will bo iulcrcntcd. in. (! .