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--THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JEFFBKSON CITY, MISSOURI
Subscription, $1.00 Per Year,
F, O. FuLKEnsou, Business Manager
Tburnday, October 10, iS'JC.
Republican State Ticket-
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
ALEXANDER W. MULLENS.
(Of Linn County.)
For Railroad Commissioner,
JAMKS 1C. MKRRIFIKL1),
(Of St. Louis.)
For Superintendent of scbools,
FRANKLIN 1 SEVER,
(Of Newton County.)
FOB C0KO.HKS3 M.KVI'.XTIt DISTMCTi
JOHN L. I3RWIN,
(Of Callaway.)
For State Senator,
ANDREW II. COLK,
(Of Cooper County.)
The Schuraatc Chappcl p'icnic was
a great success.
I'ltEsniExr IIakkison lias been re
ceived with ovations wherever ho
visited.
If you wanted a man to handle
your S 10,000 of cash would you se
lect T. 15. Malian ur W. W. Wagner.
T. 15. Maiivn may bo able lo man
ago the oillce of sheriff, but has he
the ability to keep the collectors
books? The people of Cole county
should take no changes on deputies.
Is the selection of the man who is
to handle Cole county's". S lo,000 of
taxes, the tax-payer is to decide be
tween Win. W. Wagner and T. 15.
Malian.
Wm. W. Waoseis's business ex
perience qualifies hlra in every re
spect for the ollice of collector. He
will give the ollice Ins personal at
tention. The name of Wagner, like
the name of Dulle, is a guarantee
that the S 10,000 is in good and re
sponsible hands.
Tub Volksfrcund, in reviewing the
merits of the candidates on both
tickets, comments on the candidates
for sheriff as follows- "We do not
know Mr. Spun-. Wo know Mr.
Frommc." 'Joe has been trying to
figure out whether he has any friends
in that ollice, and if so, to what ex
tent.
I wo years ago you could hear
from all quarters such democratic
talk 'as this: "If old Mack had not
been sick all winter that cnpitol bill
would never have gone through
They repudiated him and nominated
Silver. Now they are asking the re
publicans to reward the General for
noble services rendered.
A few weeks ago a colored citizen
of Cole county was murdered in
Maries county. Not one move has
been made to discover the ciiminnl
It is usual for the governor to offer :
reward, but not even that has been
done. It reminds one of the recent
couit record in a Florida town when
"Jim ISurk, a negro, was given two
years in the penitentiary for stealing
a hog, and Col. Stringfellow fined
S2f0 for killing a niggar."
Tin: champions of European mon
opolics insist that a tariff duty is
tax. Now, spool cotton fo.-mcily sold
for 10 cents a spool, with tariff duty
of 23 per cent., it retails now for 5
cents a spool ; it cannot be claimed
that it is caused by improved ma
chinery, for the same kind is in use
now that was used 2." years ago ; but
tho tariff duty .lias compelled the
Coats to establish factories in the
United States to meet competition
and employ American labor.
Mr. Taylor Goodall is tho demo
cratic candidate for constable of Jef
ferson City. Ho is a farmer and a
good, honest man. Tribune.
Ha! ha The democrats have dis
covered n farmer on their ticket.
Thtj joy on this discovery must have
been very great. A fanner to gel
the big ollice of constable but listen
to my tale of woe. He has got lo
overenmo a big republican vote.
What generosity toward tho farm-crs.
Tub democrats arc asking repub
licans to vote for Gen. Mclntyrc be
cause ho did his duty In the legisla
ture four years ago. Two years ago
when Mr. Silver was a candidate
against Gen. Mclntyrc for the nom
ination tho friends of the General
asked for tho nomination at tho
hands of the democrats as an endorse
ment, and the opposition insisted
that thccapltol Impiovcmentbill went
through In spite of the General and
not through his efforts. They de
feated him and nominated Mr. Sil
ver. Now they conic and ask tho re
publicans to vote aqalnst their own
candidate in favor of their candidate,
upon grounds that they themselves
repudiated two years ago, That Is
democratic consistency, democratic
honest-.
We believe in treating our fellow
citizens with equal and ixact justice.
In our advocacy of the extension of
the limits of our city wo did so in
tho belief that it would bo right and
just to all to do so. We have no
reason to change that opinion. The
present limits cf the city havo been
tho same for 10 years, since which
time the increase In the population of
the city certainly Justifies the
extension of the limits. The
people living within the present cor
porate limits of the city having born
the burden of taxation for 10 years,
and thoso living Just beyond have
shared the beiufits in equal propor
tion with them. Thry have waited
10 years, and still thoso on the out
side say they havo not waited long
enough. The gentlemen who are
brought into the city under the ex
tension should be fair and reasonable
They nil do business In the city and
should not object to paying their
pio rato share of the expense of op
erating the municipal government.
l'hey insist that the increase of taxa
tion will bo very small, while the ex
pense of keeping the streets, etc., in
repair will exceed the income. This
is a strange aigument for the men
who arc kicking to make, and all we
have to say on that point is, if the
insiders n-c willing to risk that the
outsider should not object.
Tin: people arc being ntked to
elect Mr. Muhan to tho important of
fice of collector because ho needs
the ollice. If that is tho only quail
iicatiou a man requires when ho asks
lo handle $10,000 of tho tnx-payers
hard earned money, wo know lots of
men who would like to have It and
need it Just as badly. The republi.
can parly did not nominate- Dill
Wagner because ho needed it. He
was nominated bocaiuo he was re
sponsible and competent, and wor-
The Vindicator, Cameron, Mo., is
tired of feeding bull-frogs and tree-
toads to quirk up at Washington,
and proposes that a change be made:
If the pcoplu of Missouri delight
to reyel in the gloom of retrogrecsion
or sit in the ohadows of disappoint
ment no happier course can be found
than that which retains Geo. G. Vest
in the United States senate. He is
the embodiment of every principle
that antngoniV.es enterprise and ad
vancement. Like a great aligator
lying in a pool he snaps at every
pascr-by along the load to progress.
With the ideas that dominated the
confederacy a quatter of a century
ago, he is thoroughly imbued. Never
docs he let an opportunity pass to
show his antipathy for the stars and
stripes. Only by virtue of the fact
that sonic heeler always raises the
yell thereby selling in motion a
chorus of demoniacal l.owls at the
democratic stale conventions dues he
receive an endorsement.
tely with his defeat ami those of his
satellites the price of real estate
would advance at least ten per cent,
all over tho state. And the ixeue
cannot bo urged tha. there are no
available men of ability within the
party. Eillicr Francis or Dot-keiy
would be ai great nn improvement
over him as noon is of midnight. Let
it lie repeated Missouri must and
will not only pull down her Vest but
take it off and throw it aside.
IjMSU'RANGE
.A-GKEinsra-x"
C, W. WAtijENDQRF, Manager,
Fire, Topdo, Cyclone,
V " 1
Tho following Reliable Companies
represented".
Firo Association,
German American,
Ilombiftg Iiicuicn,
Homo, Lancashire,
Liverpool, London, Globo, People's,
MllwaukcoMechanics.
Oaklanel' Home. Traders',
Fhcnisc'i Phoenix, Springfield,
United Firemen's, Western Homo,
iSTQlllco over Thomas' store,
Corner High & Madison Sts.
mallon inquiro of agents as above, or
address A. J. Lytlf,
General Western Passenger Agent,
105 N. Droadway, St. Louis, Mo.
J. F. 15aknaui, W. B. Siiattuo,
Prcs't & Gen. M'g'r. Gen. P. A.
Tho Passenger Department of tho
Kansas City, Fort Scott rind Mem
phis R. R. Co., ha9 scoured tho orig
inal platen of the New York Herald
of April H, 18G5, and has rcpro
dueled that number of tho Herald for
circulation. The paper gives tele
graphic Information of tho assassina
tion of Lincoln and all details in con
nection therewith, evacuation of
Richmond, Jeff Davis' proclamation,
Surrender of Lee's Army, Sherman's
address to his army, extracts from
southern paper, etc. The paper Is
of absorbing Interest and historic
value. A copy will bo mailed to any
address upon receipt of six cents In
postage stamps. Address
J. E. Lociswood,
Kansas City, Mo.
Notice!
Know all Jlrn by llieo 1'iescnts:
'that, Vt'lu'ic:is the County court of
liio cimntv (it Utile nml tilato of Mis
souri, did, at It Ait:itt term. lSOe), and
on tlic'ltli day nt Oi-tubor, 1SH0, lu pur
Mtiitice (it till1 petition of one litimlicd
ilnllnr and citizens nf Cule e-oimtj-, Mis
mini, for that put pn?e. order, that at thef
next gcneiul election to be held on the
Hi st Tuc day after the that Monday In
November, ISOO.lii Ibis state, theio shall
bo submitted to the legal voleis of t'olu
county, Missouri, the question of enforc
ing against cattle one year of ago and
under, sheep and hog?, tho provisions of
an act .of the general assembly of tho
Stato of MNsouil, entitle. 1, "An Act to
restrain domestic animals from running
at large." Appruvud MnrcU 'J7. lSs'li,
and contained In the It. ij. of ISM);
Now, Therefore, lake notice that in
pursuance of said petition of said liouso
holdeis, and in piusniineo of said order
of said court, that, at the next general
election, to be held as above stated, there
will bu submitted to the legul voters of
Colo county, MMourl, the question of
enforcing In said county against cattle
one year uf ao and under, sheep and
Iio;;b, tho provisions of said act above
defcilbed.
AUTIIUI! I. Ommshaw,
nilM'k r!ii!lllt.- .'nut I .-Mint. M.
' , TH -O F -
Ijn riHM Y r A T W M IUMU
HOUSE, SICft,
CARRIAGE
A N D
AEV3ENTAL
abmieyeH
TO
DURING TIIK
30.") Madison Street.
Executor's Notice
Notice Is heieby given, That letters
testamentary on tho e'talo of J'reilerlcl,
Vojiel, deceased, were granted lo the
undersigned on the 2(11 Inlay of September
1SU0, by the Probate court of Cole coun
ty. .Missouri.
All persons having claim against said
estate are required to exhibit them foi
allowance to tho executor within
one year after thu date of said letters, ov
uiey may tie. nrcclmieil from any bene
of such estate: and If such claims bo nol
exhibited within two rear from the dale
of this publication, they shall bo forever
barred .
I'KTint Vour.i.,
Kveeiiior.
Very t LOW i Rates
Festivities
SEPTEMBER 3d
-TO
OCTOBER l'8th,
t 8 9 O .
&3
See your nearest ticket agent.
S. II. II. Clakk, II. C. Tovxsi:xi),
1st Virc-I'rca & I Gi-n'l P;t."s-r unci
eicn'l Manager, Ticket Agent.
ST. LOUIS, M O .
. OINTMENT.
HUSTON, HOUOWMi
sir
"'SEAS
TO CURE
SEIN
IIEISKELl'S OINTMENT,
Jt been In hso many years, nml lin.i
proved inl.-illllilo In every case, from slmnlo
riiuple.i and JMoleiesontliofueonndSoro
Ilchlag VUesfUM Eczema, Tetter and
Sola by Druggists. CO cts. per Bos.
Immedi i- 1 Bead for Treatise on iklit lita eases sad
Reduced nates to Wsw York-
-&&i- Vm -aita. with
rimplfff, Iii:v,-k-le.-.i:-, .'J.tt. bir(
and Tiut. A f-.-w apj.!'. jtionj v ;;i roe
dor the mo-t . fn'iborV" vd rki-i j,g!'i
tooth mul t.i:I' x-..v Civam i'
not a paint rr po-,v!cr t.i cover (".ifoit,
but r. remedy to cure, I' U s ipi. r I'
ill other rtre'riratloua, r.r 1 i.-; c'lapHstei,
to irivosBtij-f.n-iii-n. Ati'iwi.,' rjn!l
! id fur 50 cc-su. 1".-' pared bv
cl:so. Ohio. o. v. wcrsxzt . ca
Attention is called to the fact that Th.8 W. & W. 11
ales to New- York C'ily via St. Loui r HAq takew Is?!
FIRST PREMIUM 5
and the Ohio & Mississippi railway
arc two dollars less than via other
routes running through cers, while at
I he same time the high character and
elllclcncy of our train scivicm is fully
maintained,
W'a arc thereforo able lo offer
lower rates, combined with a llrst
elasj ihiough car service frnn St.
Louis to New York via Washington,
Baltimore nnd Philadelphia ; a com
binalion of advantages possusted bv
no other line. These reductions apply
on b.nh first and nojond e-hss ilckets
Mild at all weslein points via this line
and its principal connections to New
loik, and holders aro entitled to all
the privileges usually accorded on
tickets of the class purchased j there
being no exira charge whatever for
pa.siige on limited express trains ex-'
cept for Pullman car accommodation?,
Dally lines of I'ullm tn Vestibule
Sleepers are run by this company
from .St. Louis to Cincinnati, Louis
ville, WVIitiiglmi, llalllmnre. Phila-
delphla ami New Yo.k without
change.
Solid vcstiUiL'd day express with
Pullman Uuffet Parlor can to Cin-
cinnall mul Louisville.
Ini change uf cars c.n anv train fur
cither passengers or baggage.
ii iien inircuasing asi lor tleuels
via the Ohio & Mississippi railway,
for salo by igent, of connecting lines
throughout, tho ontiro west, northwest
pml wntluYcst, For further infyc-
AT EVERY
STATE ahd CQUNT-Y FAIR
AT WHICH
IT HAS BEEN EXHIBITED.
AT TME
Home ffot'r.tT' will find tho Lint of
the imiIj it; tlunialii ot nrinilturat
ami jrr:ihiK vtltio ittou tho Jrcnt
NurttuTii U In X, J) tKotiutMont.um
lfriormory oiife'the(!rc!it Nurthcrn
ii iihv.iv Mnc. itintlnt'sn rtiant'e.
h mo r j, n iiiTXKrlt.i'.iiil,.iliiiii.
ior book, maps, I'te. Wriio nmv.
Settler on free (internment liimlg
alotiK the (treat Northern KvMiiein
Xortn ).il.uta ii'.ul Moutau.i get low
rules and Jlnti markets for products.
Wisest rcorl8 hi America along
iics3tfl,-t);iVt)taa m il Montana.
iicai cjun.tie ior ue.iltli fcckcra.
Montana produces tin liner t
llnrccs and Cattle, 'ree niiKei"
jet In Mouse, Mllknn'i uu liner
Valleys an nwect (Jrass Hills.
HEW
TOWNS
HUNTING,
FISHING.
FREE
LANDS
LOW
RATES
What Wo Do and What We
Don't Do.
Wo ndvortiso what wo havo to eoII.
Wo always hnvo what wo advertise
Wo can and will givo you moro valuo
for your monby than you can get'
olstiwhcro.
whai wn dok't do.
Wo don't misroprosont.- Wo don't
pull you in from tho' street. Wo
don't hunt you up iu tho saloons.
Wo don't buy our customora with
drinks.
THIS 13 OUn-QUlDE.
Our goods, nt tho prices wo offer
them, will boII themselves.
M. Goldman.
Tc Our Friends
Executor's, aelmtnistrator s, trust
teo's and guardian's havo the righj
to name tho paper in which publica
tions required by law be made, and
wo ask our friends to remember tho
Ri-.r-tniucAN when they have publica
tions to malic.
H. Clay Ewing, W. Q. Dallmeyer,
1'rcslUiMit, caslilcr,
Vt . A. IMLLMItYWt. AsaUlRll l--islil,'r.
MHK
EXCHANGE
OF JEFFEOSON CITY, MO..
I)ocs n goiicrnl bniiHiiR Imsliic.n. ltiijsnnd
Milt Donicftic mul 1'orciKn Kohniip'. Knr
niisli U'll(.-r ot Introdiicllon mill rrcillt to Its
uirioin roirpionilviitn. .lirnH tins nioncv In
limn lt c-iiploiiu-r?. Allons lntcrciit on llmo
ilciioil, l)j agreement, iimt ilenl In (iovern
ment, Mate, cuiinty, Jtunlelnl lionets and IiIkIi
Krndc neeuntles. cullectluii3 iniulo oil Uuroiie
lin rllk-a illreet.
W. C. Young,
rrcBhk-nt.
Oscar G, Burch,
CltlilliO
First National Bank
.lEFFKItSOX CITY, MO.
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750.
lllttKCTOltS.
W. (5. YoL-xti, .1. s. Fi.i:siino,
.!. G. Soiiott, Jkssk W. llr.Mtv,
Jaooii Tanni:u, ,t. Ii. Kdwakiis,
GKottfii: Wauniui.
1)ii a Kencr.il !i:uil.ln ju-lnes liny nnil noil
t'orvlsii unit l)on:etie IXeliuiiKe, fnlleil Mnlcs
lliinils and other cecurllles; neeonnlM received,
loans und dii-eounls iiimle on fitvnrable terms.
I'nnniit itttcntiuu gUen to all Luelnv.t entrust,
cu to Ub care.
D. H. Mc'ntyro,
President,
M. R. Sinks,
Vice President.
J. H. Diercks,
cashier
John T. Clarko,
.lHll,llll unsnicr,
The Merchants' Bank
OF JEFFER80X CITY. JIO.
CAPITAL, - . 85 0,000.
Dlltr-CTOIIS.
1). II. JIcr.vnitK, v. II. HiNtimt,
I,. U. 1.011MAN, C. A. W'AHK,
M. It. Sinks, J. j. Kdwakiis,
b. D. GoitDox, J. II. DimtcKs,
1'iiiLii' Orr.
HORSES,
CATTLE,
HEALTH,
WEALTH,
in A:out.i!i:i. Ff9 Lmdi, Nw
TowM.NtM, Kalhvi, New Minpi,
"w rtiitl. ltrgt.81 IIU'll oi good
Mvi-et (,'r.iM Hllle, Milk im-J S n
Itivcr valley?, Vontaua, readied only
liy nil) inu.it Northern li tun ;iv
Mil . T!iu tocic K.iificr' t.ir.tli.
GOLD,
COAL.
HOGS.
Tlio reeionk trlbuliirv to ( Jnni Vnn u.
cm Uailivayl.iiioln luntuia.rii.lure
uu lUBpiucious.um uqurniufilB. cv
towns and rulkuiiir: being U'litt
MILK
lo to the Croat lEreervnt-nn of
Moiitp.na and set a pood fn-o lioino--tea
1, ow rates and Kree "k-fpcrH
nt tireat N'orlhcruKy Line, lio now.
RIVCR.
:)E3.
'these have n-:i,le Moni.pm the
rlclietSlilUMerc.wit:i In I Jiu t'nlor.
l'lonty of joom for r.i.ire miners and
stockralscrs Nov. i the time.
Aloncihi; (treat Northern liaihv.iy
' Ine in Mmitinn arc free rnnihi-.
ttld p.'lfttiratfe. min.. ot prccioui met ij,
iion and coal, and c.tici .rto.r.t.
Von- it- ojr chance,
YOUNG
?ALLS
Surrounded hj u line aericiiltiirnt
nn.iruzltircoiiiilrv,-:u4e to m e. 01
lircclom metiiN.lron and co il,ioMe
liiKavbrpawtium.i iiiak-d In Amer
ira,ltlB-,'ontana'inilui-iiial centre
Till- V!llh-v nf Ifeil. hrniiGn rd.,.i,rt
Milk ii-nl -.on Hirers reached l-'(,reiit
Northern Ite.l.tnn. llnlr ,i
jou K'it, (1,23, and Oct. II, b3J. W rite
i-. i iviiiifijsir, x aui, 3Jjmi.
G.H.
R.L.
Call Special Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
liny mid Kell Forelirn and Dome? tie. Kxchangc
ami do u Keneral nankin' lliislue.i.. Loaim and
iu-counif. nniuu on ine iiiosi nnorauie lerniB.
DIIIECTORY
ELSTON, COLE COUNTY, Mo.
ClIUIiCH MIIETISOS.
Baptist, First Suntlny.
Mctliotlist, Second Sunday.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday:
S. D. TURNER,
Physician.
S. M. ELSTON & Co ,
General Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine,
&c. Sco. &c-.
11. LACKAMP,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
1 luware, 1' ut nituio, Collins, r.tc.
GEORGE ELSTON,
Diiigs and Groceries,
Express and Rail-Road Agent.
Wm. DERRINGER,
Pluin and Ornamental Plasterer and
ST Public. Auctioneer. "133a
L'ENTRETOWN, CULE CO. MO.
CHUKCII MEKTINUj.
Presbyterian, Thiid Sunday,
baptist, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
PARIS, 1S59,
Tho nigliS3t PoJiiblo Premium,
THE ONItYGRAHD PRIZE
POR SEWING MACHINES,
WAS AWAtlCCO TO
WHEELER 6 WILSOH ISFG, CO,
AMD THE
rtCRGSS 6F THE
imion of nonon,
WA3 CONFERRED UPON
NATHANIEL WHEELER,
Tho President of tho Compaq,
WU.SOX it MOJltE, Aleuts,
Jvf(urU Ct-, M.
Ciicap Excursions South.
For the puriioso of nffordiiiir on
oiiiinlty for inve3tlgallii!j the un
rivaled ndvantajxes offe-rcd timm-.
seekers and investors by tho Stalo
oi .uissoiiri. Areansis. T inrnin.
Louisana and other stales south and
southeast. Tho Meinnhis riititu T.'.-m
sas City, Fort Scott nnd Mcmnhis
H. R. has arranged tot a series of
half rate excursions to prominent
points in thoso states. Tickets for
these excursions will be on atle at
tho company's coupon offices west of
mil Inclin.ing Sptingflt'ld, and :it
Kansas City, on September 0 and 2.1,
and October 11,
For FLORIDA the following spec
al arrani uient3 will bu made:
Ruiiiid Hip tickets to pioiiiineir
Florida points will bo sold on Sep.
tember 1), 2- and 20, October 7, It)
and 28, November 10 and 24, and
Decern oer 2. On theso elates the
McmpliH route will also soil to those
gtiiiij lo Floilda to remain, one waj
tickets to points lu llfat stnte at the
rale of ono ajitl one-half cents per
mile. All round trip tickets will be
yood thirty el-.iys for return and bo'.L
round trip and one-way tickets will
no good for piwsage on any of these
company's passenger trains leaving
Kansas City on dates above nnmed.
The company's coupon o (flees in
Kansas. City aro nt 532 Main St.,
1012 LTnluii Avo, , Union Depot and
nt Oeneinl Ollleo bulhllug, northwest
corner Utli and Uroadway.
For map?, ifaie table, folders nnd
allUesltcd infunnntlon, neldrcss
J, E. Lockwoou,
Gcu'l Past, d Ticket AjjL,
' " Kmm cllj'i wt
T. A GRFENUP,
Pot Muster and Justice of the Peace.
Piop'r Commercial Hotel.
GBO. FORTH
Tlio your 1890 wo wijl carry an unusunly largo stock
Dr. M. A.
DUNLAP,
Druggist.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
General Merchandise.
A. A. CAMPRELl"
General Merchandise.
D. L.
IIATIUIORN,
General Meielunidife.
GEORGE POPE,
Prop'r Hotel nnd Dealer In
Fine "Whiskies, Wines anil Cigars.
JOHN F. FLESSA,
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MARION, COLE CO., MO
TAG ART & ELLIOTT,
Gcntral Merchandise and
Country Produce.
OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo.
C. KOF.II LEI!,
Dealer In .
General Merchandise.
THEODURK SCI1EULKN,
General Merelinndlsu nnd
Country produce.
HENRY POPI3,
Dealer In
Fine WhUkles, Wines and Cigars.
UONNOT'S, Osage Co., Mo.
L. Ii. HOILLOIYFiopr.
Bont.ofs Mill Hotel,
and ngeut for
W -J, rvmn'g Kva wi UqWIu JJgr,
Gold Pens, Chnins,
Clocks, Sleovo Iluttons,
Collar Buttons, Curving-
Sets, Pins, Kings,
Charms, "Watches, Clociis,
Castors,
Card Recoivcrs, Butter.
Dishes, Thimblos,
Berry Spoons, Sugar.
Bowls, Cronmors, Opera
Glasses,
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Eta, Etc,, Etc.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.
JOHN
J
BRIGHT
HIS:
nycissES' and
CHILDREN'S
stoics.
JslEVVQOODS NEW .PRICES
A FULL LINE OF FINE
Slxoes J"xi.s-b Ojpeixeea.'
r-SOLE AGENT FOR THE-
'Celebrated John Meier
G-EHSTTS' SHOES
School Shoes Specialty
Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere
SQTllO EAST HIGH St. IN TENNESSEE IIOUSE.Da
JOHN A, LINHARDI
Stole
lTSiSJLJSR IN"
(if j-nncu urocenes .
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Glassware, Quecntwaic, Ten and Dinner Sct9, Chamber
Sets, Lihra'ry Lvtnps, Toilet Arllclcs, Tobacco,
Cigars, Woodonwarc, Ice Chests, llcfiigerat
ors, Grass and Garden Seed, Oyc
tors, Fish and Game la
Season.
Cash Paid for ail Kinds of Country Produce.
230 EAST HIGH STREET.
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I .
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
&SoIo Agent for Royal Jaya Coffee,
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
TUB I'LACt-: FOIl
CHOICE G-EOOBEIES
Single Strap Track
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Prlco, SI7.
Thft T.pnltir Ut . .
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SAVE 3IOXET UY BDYINQ DIRECT.
Wu can sell jott
Karnoss at from SG.OO up.
Road Carts from S0.6O up.
BEND FOU CATALOGUE,
ACME MANUFAOTUMHG 00.
INDIANAPOLIS, INO.
vo
U NEED NOT SEND TO UN-
known liousos for HARNESS but bnv of tbn Obi n,
Jiouio norao ostnblishnicnt of Hy Soamidt Ho will
you Rood goods nnel just as chotin ns tbo eheapost. Keen
your trado nnd inonoy wboro it will do our peoiilo tho most gool. Cnll
sco Roods and got prices, nt HY SCHMIDT'S, 222 East HMi Stroo t
sell
DANIEL
Hardware
s-Stoyessi-
iUNDELFINGER,
Ttawaw
Catlerjsi-
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Tbo Most Ccmpleto Rlcek In Ct-nlrnl Mtcrourl of (be Host nnel Chcapeet
Ili.rehvaie, Tlnwnie, Stt.vte, Cutlery, tyo. Exclusive ngent for
oThe Celebrated Wirc-Ganze Cliarter Oak Stoyesis
rAKI) QUICK MEAL GASOLINK STOVE
Dnf. ""! 'i 'it)d0WrF'a'','i, AVIro Screen, VentDcr. Strip,, Spnnff
Illugea, 111 d CugM. Water Coolers, Etc., a k-pedalty. Tin KootlDO ;
Spuming ttna JollWl.g 0, ntl M,.,u RVcn Vn-mi.t attinlion.
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