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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-
JHFFHItSON CITY, MISSOURI
Subscription, $1.00 Pop Yeof,
F. G. Fulkkhsos, Business Manager
Thursday, October '.'.:3, i'S!)C.
Republican State Ticket-
For Judge of the Supremo Court,
A LUX AN I) KH W. JIULLKNS.
(Of Linn County.)
For Hailroad Commissioner,
JAMKS K. MKUKIFIELU,
(Of St. Louis.)
For Superintendent of schools, '
FRANKLIN 1'. SKVKR,
(Of Newton County.)
TOR CONOKKSS l'LI'Vr.NTIt DISTRICTI
JOHN L. KinVIN,
(Of Callaway.)
For Stale Senator,
ANDRKW 13. COLK,
(Of Cooper County.)
"I Yarn tux" rtixr - k
Vote the republican ticket.
VoTn against "lirass Dick" and
Geoigo Gimblctliolc Vest.
Votk for Salter and Payne for jus
tices of the peace, and for Dauglierty
for constable.
Resikmhku that every republican
voter is needed, and must stand linn
for the whole ticket.
Mi:. Srn:ii will, if elected, make a
good sheriff, and e cry body says he
will be the next shcriif.
AitTiirn GniMsiiAW is one of the
most obliging ofllcevs the county ever
bad and should be clrcted.
Voti: for August Kroeor for coun
ty clcik. lie is deserving, compe
tent and ought to bo elected.
Ri'.mi-.mbkr that Dulle, Ilollrah and
Kaulch are all good men and will
make the people an impartial county
court. Every one should be elected.
Adam Roi-tszoxi". is making a gal
lant race for circuit oleik, and if his
friends stand by Iiim ho will be elect
ed by a good majority .
Jin. T)ix should bo elected to the
legislature. The republican party
expects that, and we hope to see it
done.
.1. J. Sommi'.k is a good man and
untitled to every lepiibliean vote.
There is no reason why a republican
should vote against him.
Tin: A. T. & S F. intend to build
their line from Salem, Mo., to Mem
phis. Jefferson City to Rolla on the
Frisco would connect the Cabool sur
vey from here to Rolla; would be in
line with the Salem branch on to
Memphis.
YVm. W. AVacxiiu is ccitainly the
best man for collector. Ho is a good
business man and in every way
qualified to fill the olllcc. Collector
of Cole county is tho most important
tflicc in it because every dollar of
tax money goes through his hands,
and for that reason the republicans
selected one of the best men in the
county for the place.
Tub Stati: Kutiimcax appears to
cnlcitain a lingeiing hope that the re
publican candidate for collector may
pull through. It is a small hope, to
be true, and only indulged in by per
sons familiar with the situation. Mr.
Thos. 1!. Malum is not a wealthy
man, but he is honest and competent,
it nil this is all the people require.
' Tribune.
Since the publication of tho above
cur attention has been called to the
following statute of Missouri, being
section 008,1 of the Revised Statutes
of 187D, and in tho Ifoviscd Statutes
of 18S9, the section is No. 5,001,
page 1,13-2, Vol. 2.
SEC. ,'),00l, UNITED STATES.
TO PAY FOR I'SU OF JAILS. The
United States shall pay for the use
and keeping of such jail at the rate
of one dollar per month for each per
son that shall, under their authority,
bu committed thereto, and also to the
jailer, such fees as he would bo en
titled to fur like services, rendered
in virtue of the existing law3 of this
6tatc, during the time such prisoners
Blmll be therein confined, and shall
support such of said pi honors as
shall be committed for offences.
The last receipt for jail rent un
der the above law, signed by the
treasurer of Cole county and filed
with the county dork was filed hy
"V. W. Woanor. ns sheriff, on tl.c
22d day of November, 1880. The
records show that V. W, Wagner
paid during his term, on this account,
ns sheriff, 8-'O0. The books fail to
show, as wo arc informed, that Mr.
-JUflhan ever paid in under the above
statute a dollar, although the United
States officials say that there aro al
most at all times United States pris
oners in the jail here. If Mr. Mahan
has not collected what Is due Colo
county from tho United States owing
to lila Ignorance of the law, ho Is far
from being a good and competent
officer.
As lime marches on democrats are
added to our pyramid. We note the
following, which shows that another
good democrat has gone wrong and
his bondsmen have had to walk up.
LiiTix Rock,- Auk., October 18.
The sureties on the bond of Sheriff
Rtigg, missing official of Howard
count, paid up the last dollar of the
deficit to-day. The total shortage
was SO, 188.78.
What's the matter with us pillers
of the parly anyhow? Tills forces
us to take l'eak off the pyramid and
give him second place;
llrigg.
l'eako,
Silcott,
Missouri,
Alabama,
Arkansas,
Kentucky,
Maryland,
Tennessee,
Louisiana,
Mississippi,
52,100,000.
Tnr. methods that liland has re
sort-, d to in tho hope of defeating
Erwln would do credit to the hood
lum bosses of Clabbar alley. The
lasV move was to call a meeting of
the Farmers and Laborers union No.
707, at Fulton, to pass resolutions
against him, which was attempted,
but failed, whereupon the democratic
members of the union called a demo
cratic caucus and did their dirty
work. Mr. A. J. Halm and J. F.
Thomas had been appointed to inves
tigate the charges against Erwin and
found every one of them false and
slanderous, and so reported, which
rcpoit was approved. John L,
Erwiu is a man of high standing as a
neighbor, citizen and farmer, and the
effort to thus injure him will prove a
failure. Stand by Erwin against
Brass Dick.
Democrats favor free trade and
low wagei for the laborer and me
chanic.
In this issue appears the different
tickets to be voted at the commc
election, ceitified to by the county
cleik as the law requires under the
new system of voting.
Married, October 20, 1S00, at
Kansas City, Mr. Eugene Wright to
Miss Barbara E. Mans, both of this
city. The bride 13 a daughter of Mr.
G . M. Alans of this city.
Col. Chas. W. Coombs, department
messenger, house of representatives,
Washington, I). C, anil congress
man-at-largo fiom Missouii, will be
in this city this wool;.
'Mr. J. W. Reidhas jmt opened the
store for our people. He U a gentle
man of enterprise, und cordially, in
vites our citiz.ns of the city and
county to call.
A giant! moonlight barbecue will
be given near Osage Illnff on Satur
day afternoon and evening. Dinner
at 2 p. in. A good time is assured.
Evciyhody invited. Several presents
will bo given away.
A New Departure.
Jefferson City is to have a Dr.i'.utT
jii'.xt Stoki:. In order that our read
ers may more fully understand the
nature and object of this business we
will endeavor to explain.
The Dm-AitTxr.xT Sionr. originated
in the Eastern cities some ten or
twelve years ago and wore found to
meet the wants of t lie public in such
a general way that they soon spread
to the smaller cities of the East, anil
to day they arc extended from ocean
to ocean. A!moit every town with a
population of .",000 or more arc
adopting the l)i:ivuTMi;xr Srour. The
object and aim U to supply every ar
ticle requiro'l by the people, and that
will aid or facilitate the labor of the
house keeper, the farmer and the me
chanic and bring tlie:a all together
under one roof, and will embrace ns
a rule sncli articles as aio not found
among the other dealers. Jefferson
City having attained a prominent po
silion among tho smaller cities of the
state, and not yet having n depart
ment store, attracted tho attention, of
Mr. Reid of Marshall, Mo., and to
him we shall lie indebted for this
Nkw Dr.ium'i:i:. He will open out
a lino of goods In tho storeroom next
door to Mr. Goldman at No. 200 East
High street, to which he cordially in.
vltcs an inspection of his many or.
tides, and to which will bo added
from time to time, until in tho near
future tho citizens of our town can
secttro most any item of convenience
at 1)U store,
The Passenger Department of tho
Kansas City, Fort Scott and Mem
phis R. R. Co." has scoured the orig
inal plates of tho New York Herald
of April 15, 18G0, and has repro
duced that number of the Herald for
circulation. The paper gives tele
graphic Information nf the assassina
tion of Lincoln and nil details in con
nection therewith, evacuation of
Richmoii'i, Jeff Davis" proclamation,
Surrender of Lee's Army, Sherman's
address to his army, extracts from
southern papers, etc. Tho paper Is
of absoibing Interest and historic
value. A copy will bo mailed to any
address upon receipt of six cents in
postage stamps. Address
J. E. Lockwooi),
Kas'3A3 City, Mo.
Notice!
Inow all Men by these Presents;
That, Whoieas the County court of
the county of Colo ami dinto of MU.
suurl,illil, at Its August toim. 1MM, and
on the llh ilny ot October, 1SSI0, In ptir
stiani'o ot tho petition ot one hundred
dollar.'' and ellleusof Colo county, MN
(oiuljfor that purpose, order, that at the
next general election lo lie held on thu
llist Tuoiduy after the first Monday In
November, iMl(),lu this state, tlieio shall
bo submitted to the legal voters of Cols
county, Mkouri,thc question of enforc
ing ngiilii"t cattle one year of age mid
iniilor,sli('op and hog, tho pruvUluns of
an nut of the general assembly of tho
Stnto nf JIlssiv.nl, entitle 1. "An Act to
restrain ilomcslle nnlnuiis from running
,at large." Approved Msiroli 27, 18&),
ulid contained In the IS. S. ot 1SSH;
Now, Therefore, tnl;u nollro that In
pursuance of sutd petition of said hoiiso
uoldors, and In piu'tinnec of said order
of said eouit, tluit, at the nixt general
election, to be held as above stated, there
will bo Mibinltti'd ii tlm k'gal yoti rs.of
Colo county, MI'souil, the question of
enforcing In said county against cattle
ouujcnr of ago and under, sheep and
hogs, the piovisious of said act above
def eilbcd.
AlSTIlt'l! P. Oiumsiiaw,
Clerk County court, Cole county, Mo.
SCHEIBE &
HOUSE,
CARRIAGE
A N D
ORNAMENTAL
00.") Madison Street.
ALUEY
IJSURcNeE
.c3-sisro"x"
eI
C, W. WALLENDORF, Manager,
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
Tho following Reliable Companies
represented ;
Firo Association,
German American,
Hamburg - Uiomcn,
Home, Lancashire,
Liverpool, London, Globe, People's,
Milwaukee, Mechanics.
Oakland Homo, Traders',
riienix, I'hoenlx, Springfield,
United Firemen's, Western Home,
k3-0lllcc over Thomas' store,
Comer High & Madison Sis.
What Wo Do and What Wo
Don't Do.
Wo ndvortiso what wo hnvo to soil.
Wo nlwaya linvo what wo ndvortiso.
Wo can and will givo you moro vnluo
for your monoy than you can get
elsowliero.
WHAT WE DON'T DO.
Wo don't misrepresent Wo don't
pull you iu from tho btrcet. Wo
don't hunt you tip in tho saloons.
Wo don't buy our customers with
drinks.
'ima is oun guide.
Our goods, nt tho prices wo offer
thorn, will soil themselves.
M. Goldman.
Very t LOW Rates
- - T O
Is i tSti
DURING THE
Executor's Notice-
Xotlec is hereby given, That letters
testamentary on the estate of Frederick
Voxel, deri'ii'Od, wore granted lo the
undersigned on tlieiWiliday of September
1S1IO. by the Probate court of Cole coun
ty. .Missouri.
All poisons having claims against said
Oftnte aro required to exhibit them for
allowance lo the executor within
one year after the dale of said letters, or
they may be precluded from any benefit
of such estate; and If sueli claims bu not
exhibited within two years from the dale
of this publication, they shall bo forever
baued.
1'i:t::i! Vor.i:r,,
Lxecutor.
Valuable to Eniendirig Settlors
ant! investors-
Tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas
railway lias iisiicd a folder contain
inj; a coilnly map of tho State of
Tixas, and a description of iho sev
i ral counties through which its lines
P'l'S.
Thi;c counties aro beyond doubt
the richest and best in the state, and
intending settlers, homc-scckera or
investors fliould not fall to obtain a
copy of this folder which will be
cheerfully and promptly mailed to
any addiess in the world upon appli
cation to Gaston Mcslier, General
I'as.-onger ntiil Ticket Agent, M., K.
& T. U'y, Sedalia, JIo,
Reduced Rates to How York-
Attention is called to the fact that
rales to Niw Voil: City via St. Louis
and t lie Ohio it .Mississippi r.dlway
are two dollars le?s than ia nlhei
routes running through ears, while at
the same lime llje pigli character and
ctllcicni'y of our train somue is fully
maintained.
Wo are therefoio able to offer
lower rales, eombimd with a lirst
elass ihinugh car si rvlco from St
Louis to N w York via Washington,
Ualtimorc and 1'hiladi.iphia ; a com
bination of advantages posjesbod by
no otlii r line. These reductions apply
on both first and second class ticket's
sold at all western point-i vl.i this line
! and its principal connections to New
' York, and holders aro outbid! to all
Iho privileges usually accorded .on
tickets of the class purchased ; there
being no extra charge whatever for
passage on limited express trains ex
cept for l'ulliii.in car aceomino. bi
lious. Daily 11 no3 of I'ullniaii Vestibule
Sleepers are run by this company
fiom Si. Louis to Cincinnati, Louis
ville, Washington, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and Nu iv York without
change.
Solid vcitibulod diy express with
Pullman Huff c-t Pal lor cars to Cin
cinnati and Louisville.
No change of cars on any train fui
either passengers or baggage.
When purchasing ak Vnr tickets
via the Ohio & Mississippi railway,
for sale by igenU of connecting lin'is
throughout the cutiic west, uorlhivei.t
and southwest. For further infor
mation inquire of agents ns above, or
address . A. J. Lvn.u,
General Western Passenger Agent,
105 N. Itioadway, St. Louis, Mo.
J. F. ILVUNAUD, Y. U. SlIATll O,
Prcs't & Gen. M'g'r. Gen. P. A.
Administrator'3 Notice-
Xotli'i" Is hereby kIvcii, Tint Ititlom of
luiimnmraiiou u ino cm:iic. 01 liustiivn
Jtus.-I,' r, iIi'itiimmI. worn printed to thu mi
ilerslsnul on tlio 20lli il.iy of Outobar, 1WU
by the l'loliuto court oi Colo county, .Mis-
MUU'I.
All person having rlalnm nwdnst 6'ild
estate uri) rc'iUlreil lo cxlilbt- tiii'in for nl
loivamn lo tlio iidmiuliitiMior wlliln ono
t-.ir nl'ior the date ot 6.1IU U'IUm, or they
may bo preilmlcd from urn-bciii'rtt ol sucli
estate; ni.tl If miim claims bo not exhibited
within two yon from the due oftliU pub
lication, they ahull hu forover barred, This
anth ilny of October IS')!),
.IMUIIAIU UVtSli, AdjlllullUMtor,
O F
Autamnal Festivities
SEPTEMBER 3d
-TO
OCTOBER tSili,
1 3 0 O .
See your nearest ticket agent.
S. II. H. Cl.vkic, II. C. Towsstxi),
lei Vlcc-l'.os i j Ofn'l I'jnVr 1111 1
Ucn'1 .Miin.igcr. I " Ticket .Vfcnt.
ST. LOUIS, M U ,
FREE
HEW
TOWNS
Homo s.'i'l.ci'H will itml the last of
the pnMic iltiii.iiu of nRricnllurnl
inul Kriuinj: wiliin n!onir the (lre:it
NtntliL-rn tiyiii D.ikuiiiiTb'MOiittDia
lOJur niore along llietlrcat N'MrlhTii
Kinhv.iv I .fnc. idisiiipus fhaiif'i',
Wnji'F 1 VnTKi,et.i,.iiil,Miiin.
tor fj-M-K, liiaii, i'lo. ' Wflju now.
t?i'tlU'rt 0:1 Iriv (iiivi'rni'.iL'iit lands
itlotiK tinMirc.'it Nfiri'uTU Uy J,lnoln
Xorlli JMkol.t aitit Mont:iniKil low
rates oii'i Hue niarkcli forjiroJucts.
HIIMTFNft I Hncat icorl In America alonp
IlUiUlIlU, j Cry.aNortlu'rn Ity.Unu in Mn-
llomilU. 1 Jiestclimatu ror ln-alth i-et-kcrs,
-Montana iiroiuccs ilu ilnnst
Horfes ami cittlc I-'ree r.uik'i'i
jctin HMit, lilkuml fciin Itiivr
Viill'8 anil .-iweet CirnsA HilL
In A'ontiu-.a. Fieo Lands, Now
lawfi. New 1!.Hhva( New f1lr.es;
Low Rtei, J.-iryctt area ut yooJ
vaciini i.uhi.
tucft;rats nill, Mill, nni s n i QUpnn
IllU'rvalU-y, ontana.rt'aUioiiitiilv I OuuijI i
by tliu tire.it Northorn lt.uiwav
him'. Thestocl; itaisers" p-iruiirc.
HEALTH,
WEALTH,
GOLD,
COAL.
LOW
RATES
HORSES,
CATTLE,
HOGS.
TlierocionMrib n ir to(inat Norlh
ith Kail whv Line n Mont ma product'
all theprcuonnaiul baxfrim'tals, New
iuiis unn rauu.ij' are uuhjj uunt
(io to the Great licsorv.an.n ot
Montana .uul ffct 11 goo.l Ifu lione-c-U'a'l.
on'mUrf and 1'ree It'ifpers
on i.rcat Northern Ity Line, l.o now.
MILK
RIVER.
YOUNG
1 ThcflC have in.tdc Moiit.uri the
richest Mtitepcn-.ii'il t In the I'lilon
I rienly of room I r mor.' miners and
1 eioekr:ils'rs Nit.v is Hie tnne.
Alons i'ie(j real Northern Ilailuay
I inc in ont.ina aro free rani-lift
ami patiiriivt'i m'nes of prcciu s t .',
it nn and co-il, and now ot ts sidla.vus.
Nv U joar cliancu.
y-jrrouuded b a Hue nric-iltural
nn.l L'raziinrco.n.ii .clni in m -is of
? ALuO I i-i.iiKnvvLtcrp.sv.er 11 ilea i titled in Aincr
I IctfHtS oiit.ina''- induetrial ceutro
'I he uiHevi of Hed, Voiisp, Mihnnrtt
MIR an 1 .miii Klvcr reachtd h (Jreat
Norlhern tiv I.hio. ' llntl'r:u.' fcnr
ilmuhoi.t. V-tf.andOet. 1'- rlto
K. 1 Wim.NKVt. I'anli Viinu
G.H,
R.L,
Chanp Exoursioiis Goulh-
For the purpose of nffniilin op
portnnity for invcstif'alliit the uu
ilvaled ailvantages offered lioinc
seekers anil investors hy tho Slates
of Missouri, Ark.mvis, t'lnrula,
Louhain ami qlhcr slates south anil
southeast. The Memphis route !.'.an
sas City, Foit Scitt and Memphis
It. I, has arranged for a eciii-s of
half rate excursions ,lo proinlnuil
points in those states. Tickets for
these excursions will lie on silu at
tho company's coup, ofjiccs west of
anil liu'ludliig SpiingQclil, anil M
Kansas City, on September I) and illl,
and Octolicr 1-1.
For FLOHIUA tho following spec
ial arrausiinents will ho made:
Hmind tilp tickets to piomlnenl
Florida points will ho sold ou Sep
tember 1), 22 and 23, October 7, III
anil i!8, November -10 nml21,nml
Deecmocr -J. On theso dates the
Meniphu route will also sell to those
giliij to Flojlda to lemalii, ono way
tickets to points in that state at tin
rate of one and one-half cents per
mile. All round Irip tickets will be
good thirty d.iys for return ami bo h
round trip and one-way tickets will
lit good for pnniago on any of these
company's passenger train'' leaving
ICansas City on date) above named.
The company's coupon ofueos in
Kansas City mo nt 532 Main St.,
1012 Union Ave , Union Depot and
at General Ollieo building-, northwest
corner Dth and ilroadway.
For map;, time table, folders and
all desired information, address
J H, Lockwoou,
Gcn'l Van, & Ticket Agt.,
K(iUM City, Mq,
Tc Our Friends-
Kxeculor's. Mlllillnislinlnr a. triiol
tec's and guarjllan's have tho righj
to name the paper in which publica
tions required by law Iio made, and
we ask our friends to remcnibcr the
I!i:i-i;nuCAN when thev ha-e tiublica-
tions lo make.
H. Clay Ewinjj, W. Q. Dallmeycr,
l'rctclciil, cashier,
V. A. l).lr.,.Ml-.VWIt. laalutin ,.Mn
EXCHANGE BAM,
UF JKFFKUSON CITV, MO.
'tv- ., HlUll'tl ll.UIKIIIK UIIM11CKS. Jill, 5 HUH
i-lN l)iniirtl niiil rnrcijrii lOxcluuii'i'. Fur-
...ili - linn. uu, iii.il ,-ivuik III UN
varloin nirri'fionili'iit. .lvii lm monci lo
loan Hi riiitouiiT-. Allow" liilerui-t on ilmo
lvi'M, hy iiirreonicnl, ninl itu.il lu (,'nvcru-nii-nl,
hlati-, dm tit)-, Municipal llomls nml iiijfii
jirniH-ni'cnrltiws. ciillci'llons iinulu n Uaroiic
nn i-ll U-i illrort.
Oscar G. Durch,
culilc
W. C. Young,
rrexlilenl.
First National Bank
.1KFFKI1SON CITY, MO.
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750.
IlIKIXTOm!,
Vv'. Yoi'so, .1. S. 1't.r.MiNo,
I. O. HCIIOTT, .ll.SSi; V. lll-.NKV,
.lACOll 'J'ANNlU!, ,1. It. KlIU-AltlJS,
Ui'.onni: Vaiim:u.
l)o a KCiH'rnl Ij.iii1.Iiii; 1jii.Iiics I!hv anil fell
Knri'lxn Jl ml ll'-ncillr ICM'tianso, rnileil Maten
liomls nii'l ntliiT (.(.cdnllui; urfoimtt, n-cclvcl,
loan ntul iltM'Oiints niailu on tavoralilc ti-rins
I'r.iinjit alli'iillou glu'ii 10 (III lmvlucca cultu.t.
cil tu Hi, culu,
D. H. Mc'ntyro,
Tri'ililcnt,
M. R. Sinks,
Vice 1'riblJent.
J. H. Dlorcks.
cauMcr
John T. Clarke,
Assistant Cashier,
The Mercliaiits' Bank,
OF JKFFKllSON CITY, Mp,
CAl'lTAL, , , iJSO.OQO,
1)1111X10111,
D. II. MCI.NTVItK, V. II . JlINDKn,
I,. L . I.Uil.-l.l.., , ti. A. VVAItK,
SI. 11. Sinks, j. jt. Kumakhs,
L. 1). GOIIIJON, J. II. UlKUOKS,
l'llILU- OlT.
Call Special Attention to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Iliir ami tell Knri'liiii nml Domestic KM'liai-L-e
amlilo griH'ral li iiiLIiik lliiiinei.. Ixkiiih nml
UiitCMiiiu Mailt uu Ihu inniitfaioraljlc U'riiiti.
DIJIUCTOUY.
KLSl'ON, COLK COUNTY, Mo.
CHURCH MKUTINOS.
llaplist, First .Sunday.
Methodist, Second .Suudaj.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday:
S. D. TUUNFK,
Physician,
S. M. KLSTOX & Co.,
General Merchandise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Hinders Twine,
&c. &c. &e.
11. LACKAMP,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ilardwnro,
Tinware, Furniture, Collins, lite.
G1IOKGU KLSTOX,
Drugs and Groceries,
Kxprcs3 and Hail-ltoad Agent.
Wm7T)KHIUNGKI,
Plain and Ornamental Plastcivr and
tgj Public Auctioneer. -vBa
CICM'HKTOWN, COLU CO. MO.
CIII'IICU JII'.KIIKdS.
Presbyterian. Thiid .Sunday.
HaptUt, Fourth Sunday.
Lutheran, Second Sunday.
T. A. GIIKUXUP,
PostMaitcr nndJiiillce of the Peace,
Piop'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A. DUNLAI',
Druggist.
MUI.'HAY & WUAVKH,
General Merchandise.
A. A. CAMPUKLU
General Merchandise.
D. L. IIATIIUOHN,
Gi ntral Meicliandisc.
GKOKGK POPE,
Prop'r Hotel and Dealer in
Fine VhUkles, Wines and Cignrs.
JOHN F. Fl.KSSA,
Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff.
MAUION, COLU CO., MO
TAGAKT & ULLIOTT,
Gem ral Moichnndlso and
Country Produce
OSAGH CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
C. KOKIILKK,
De-.lcr In
General Jlerclniullsc.
TIIKODOKK KCIlIiULFN,
General Meri handisc an 1
Country produce.
IIEN11Y I'OPU,
Dealer in
Kino WhUkies, Wines and Cigars.
IIOXNOT'S, Osago Co., Mo.
L. 11. 110ILLOT, Propr.
Bonuot's Mill Hotel,
and ageut for
Y. Ji Lcuip's Keg ttua HqUIo Begr,
GEO. PORTH
t Tho year 1890 wo will carry tin unustmly largo stock-
Gold Pens, Chains,
Clocks, Slcovo KuttonB,
Collnr Unttons, Cnrving-
SetH, Pius, Kings,
Chnrms, Wntclies, Clocl.s,
Castors,
Caul Receivers, Bullcri
Dishes, Thimblos,
Deny Spoons, Sugai
llovvls, Croamors, Opera
Qlnssos,
Knives, Forks, Spoons
Etc, Etc., Etc.
GALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT
GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE.-
FRIDAY'S
llissouri Glotlif fonse
U2r STILL LEADS Til EM ALL FOIt
Men's, Youth's and Cliildren'sGlotliing
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, &ft
It will pay you to call and examine
his stock before purchasing else
where. Don't forget the place,
Corner High & Madison Streets, Obouiuycr's old stand.
JOHN B
RIGHT
Xj-A-iDIIES'
MISSES' AND
i-WAAVvaW'VWAvIVV
CHILDREN'S
SHOES,
JMEW GOODS NEW f RICES
A FULL LINE OF FINE
Siloes 0" list OpexLocL
r-SOI.B AGENT l'OIl TIIK-
'Celebrated John Meier'
GKEZDSTTS' SHOES.
School Shoes n ,-ipecialtj
Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere
iCSTllO BAST HIGH St IN TEKNKSSEE IIOUSE,"5W
Fresh Goods and Low Prices I
All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases
SoIe Agent for Royal Java Coffee.
THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
T Craven's
THU PLACB-FOIt
CHOICE G-IROOJSHXIHS.
Single Strap Track
Price. SI7.
, The Lenlher, Workmznthlp nd Flnlih tro ol
till VEHV UtST,
SAVE MONEY BY BUYING DIRECT.
Wc can (ell you
Karnoss at from 86.00 up.
Road Carta from $0.00 up.
BEND FOR CATALOOUE.
ACME MAHUFAOTUEINQ 00.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
T7f
nu
NEED NOT SEND TO UN-
known bonses for HARNESS bnt buy pf tbo Old Re
liable) Homo ostablisbmcut of Hy Sohmidt- Ho will
noil yon rooiI goods nqd just ni cheap ns tlio ohonpost, Koop
your trndo n'nd raonoy -where it will do our pooplo tLo uiost good. Call
sco goods and got prions, nt HY JOKMIDT'S, 222 East High Shoot

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