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-THE STATE REPUBLICAN-!
MFJiaiON CITY, MISSOURI
Subscription, $1.00 Pop Year,
T. . Fiufmon, Business llanngor
Thnridity; Docembnr 18, i80C.
Tub Globe-Democrat is adv.crtU
lug Missouri's tumble fields quite ex
tensively. Sitting Bull has been killed, an d
with bis death the greatest source of
trouble to the Indian and the govern
ment disappears.
The Jefferson City democrats are
beginning to admit that it is best to
nominate a ticket in the spring. It
will bring out the best men.
Jat Gould has forgotten Jefferson
City we fear. If he would just let us
know occasionally thai ho has not
deserted us entirely wo Would feel
slightly relieved.
Mr. Cleveland says he will cross-
bis heart and body that he and Hill
have not kissed and made up. Wc felt
safe in betting that the handle of that
hatchet was above ground and
bandy.
The river route is still on paper
and not on the ground. We have
gotten to that point where we are
tired of paper railroads. We are
like the girl that wanted to se a
real live man. We want to see a real
live railroad built in some direction.
Ir our advice in regard to Nichol
son pavement bad been adopted the
cussing would havo taken place be
fore the work was dono and all would
have been praise after completion.
Now there will be no end of cuss
words. Nobody is pleased.
John Holt is training for the dem
ocratic nomination for city marshal
at the spring election. John is quite
a favorite and considerable of a
charmer, but he can't get away with
Col. Schirmer, who will be the re
publican nominee, if nominations are
made.
Our nest issue will bo due on
Christmas day, but as printers al
ways celebrate that day wc will go to
press on Wednesday. All presents
intended for us must be in by 5
o'clock of thai day, and should be
marked either devil, manager or edi
tor, to keep peace in the ofllce.
The Callaway county people ridi
cule the rates named in the pontoon
bridge ordinance. Mr. Sinclair'says
they laugh at it, and if passed as
printed it will get no support from
Callaway county. It is also stated
that the franchise at St. Charles is
for 5 years only, while in this one, 50
years is asked. The city council
should act with due caution in this
matter.
t r
k & -
The Irish people of the United
States ar.e against Mr. I'arnell. The
people who have for years contribu
ted to tho support of tlio Home Rule
party believe that there is something
radically wrong with this body, whose.
conduct is now fully exposed to pub
lic view. Whether the O'Shea-Par-ncll
affair has a parallel in the his
torical experience of Louis XV,
Mark Antony and Cleopatra, nr our
own distinguished slatesinon, Alex
under Hamilton and Maria Reynolds,
We will leave it to the literary book
lo determine, but as for Parnell's po
litical future, like that of .Sir .Charles
iVdk, it is gone.
In the case of the State against
Noland the defendant filed an appli
cation for a change of venue, swear-,
lug against all the counties in the cir
cuit except Miller. Judge Kdwards
refused to smtain llio'appllcaUon In"
80 far as Unapplied to CoopcrMonl
teau and Morgan counties, whereupon
the defendant withdrew lih applica
tion, and on Tuesday filed n motion
to quash the three Indictments, which
motion was'.ttrgucd by Mr. Pope and
.Noland for the defense, ami J. R.
Kdwards and AUy-Gen, Wood for
the stato, on Wednesday, and also
Overruled by the court and the case
set down for trial first Tuesday in
January.
DR. CHAMBERLIN,
The Indictments against Dr. Cham
berlin recall Now England blue laws,
that we read of in history. It seems
that every effort of mankind to take
a step forward must right its way
through fire. Leaders of thought and
great discoverers have all suffered
that future, geriernllons' might profit'
by their work:' ,Wbon skepticism
forced Columbus into chains', there.
was little refvarU oriilm n Ujo, hope
mat lie. Daa-Kiiscovered a'neTf'World
that would' W tlit greatest' najfojrpn;
lue face or tue UidocYne'Ued Jgnor-
A his discovery..
. -.ry"h6w iuca has bad to fight its
way into tho world, and in tho pro
fession of mcdiclno the obstinacy of
the doctors Iras been greater than the
opposltion.of the people. Iii fact, the
doctors constituted themselves guar
dians of the people, self-appointed,
ofcoursc, and have gone so far as to
urge und secure the passage of laws
to protect, not thcdoclois, but the
dear people, against so-called quacks.
Under tho law only "regulars" aro
privileged lo call themselves dot. tors.
The fact that one of the greatest dis
coveries of modern times is just
being put under the control of man,
and that its power is being felt iu
every avenue of .science, has no effect
oh the compounder of pills. The
knowledge of. scientifically applying
electricity to. the cure of disease is
quackey, when compared to tho
ability ot one' who prescribes pills or
epsom salts. Tho Ignoraricd of the
average doctor in applying one of
the greatest agencies for Uie relief of
suffering humanity is much moro de
serving of' indictment than this hon
orable old. physician, who has prac
ticed medicine 'for' 50 years, and is
to-dayj' perhaps, the best nfdaed
man on tho ciirativ.e,poWers of elec-;
trlcity in the' United1 Stales. How
there can be, any quackery,. about the
scientific application-of' electricity to
the cure.' of diseases,' wc arc Unable
to understand. The doctors should
not object tojionorable competlon.
REPORT
OF THE
JURY-
GRAND
They Recommend the Build
ing of a New Court House. ,
"To the Honorable Judge 6r the
Cole Circuit Court: The members
of the grand, jury, now in session,
beg leave to submit the following
statement for your consideration and
disposal :
"At the request- of' the clerk of
the circuit court, the . jurymen, in a
body, did, on the 9th inst., visit the
clerk's olllce for the purpose of in
specting the .same. The books of
iccord were first examined. They
were found to be neatly kept and
very convenient for reference. Some
of the books arc wore and nc!d re
binding for their preservation. It is
recommended that they be re-bound,
at the earliest time convenient. The
vault in which the books arc kept is
a damp structure and entirely too
small for the books it now contains.
Many of the books, for want of room,
have to bo piled one upon another,
which makes' the handling inconven
ient and also' damagiug.to the covers,
The enlargement of the vault is; an
absolute necessity, and there is no
room for it. in the'bullding. In the
daytime, a gas light is kopt burning
in the vault to prevent da'mpness.
Sometimes, in summer' a lire in the
office stove is. made for the same pur
pose, a Ver' precarious way to pro
vent the books and papers from be
coming mouldy. In case of fire, the
books and papers are liable to be
burned,. causing, a loss .irreparable to
the people of the county. The clerk's
ofllce is entirely too small' for con
venience. Its spare room is filled to
the utmost capacity with books' and
papers, some of which ought to be in
a fire-proof vault. A long table Is
much needed for the handling of the
recoids, but there is no room for It,
consequently, the frequent handling
of tbi records is inconvenient' and
also damaging to tho covering of the
books. A larger bfHeo Is neede'd for
th'e cleric. . , .
"The building was carefully ex
amined os far as time would permit.
All of 'Uig outer,-'walls are badly
cracked, so also, arc the inside par
tition walls and ceiling, showing con;
cluslycly that the. foundation was not
good at, the beginning. The stair
ways aie-pobr, and very disagree
able ,in 'ascending; and, descending.
troji.tlio length of, 'JiiRethe.house has'
been builti dohbtless'part of tlic. fini
bors .have partly()ri)tled, as was Hie
case with .the! stale house bulldln&r.
All of outer walls .arc always damn
aud wry muuhsoJn- rainy weather.
A more cuiufortuble.way of heating
Vhe building Is gieatly to be desired.
'"From a careful consideration of
these mutters, ,'tlio. 'conclusion is
unanimously ait jycd.at tiat tho time
lids come when the people of the
county , ought to seo. .to it. that their
records should be safely kept and a
nio re commodious bouse be built for
transacting the'busiii'ess of the coun
ty. '"The mode of making theso .im
provement was considered, and it
was' concluded that, to make additions
to. (be preseiiLdilapidated building,
would be .adding new to old and
when done would always be liable to
repair, and then not be such a build
ing in point of sonverilenco and 'ar
chitectural Jieaiity as the people
would .desire. In , concluslon.' ft is
earnestly ajid' respectfully urged
upon every citizen to see lo It that
tho old building is torn down and a
new one built which wdnld be credit
able to tu'o wealth' and llbera'tlty nf
ffia p:eoplev ef "tiie'-bourilyr All of
sudidiucu."'
Shout, v
Foreman,
jjia people- or -w poui
Ml mm
THE NEW
BAR GAIN
7 ftTjtiy,.
OF IT?
IpUSE
3STo. 09 East KEigljtreet.
Has created ft big sensation among tho lUfoutN Hunters, and many
have witnessed tliu greatest reduction in "pr ic's of goods ever beforo
offered In Jefferson City. Wo buy lMttcuiNs' nly, and sell Daroains io
our customers. 1 . " '
Tho citizens of the town and surround! frcountry including tho
"Kingdom of Callaway" havo shown Uiciciipp cuiatlon of the "Depart
ment Store" by their liberal patronage, ,ahi1 ,'otr expectations havo been
more than satisfied. Wo are thcrcfoi'o .cneoim jed" to extend our differ
ent departments and tako in a larger vnrloty'.imd a-much. bettor assort
ment in each lino of goods in order to mect thoUcmands. Wo have new
goods in transit and arriving every day. Nqtp tho prices quoted below
uuu uruii in una usk io seo lue goous. f i -
4 Doz. Clothes pins;
4 Paper Piii9,gooil ones.
i pair iieei piaies.
..5c
..6c
..111!
1 pa. Carpet tacks 2e
1 Nutmeg grater 3e
1 Wood handle glinblet 5c
1 Hint cage Uookp j0
1 Wire coat frames ;...5c
1 Tea strainers .......fic
1 e'libosfed time ..ou
1 Glass tumbler no
...Be
..fiu
...6o
..10c
i.wa
..10o
..10c
.10o
,.10o
lOu
12 boxes Mutches.
1 paii Mens lioes....
1 Po
if
'ocket book
1 Tea fray
" 1 Silvered Dustpan .
1 good siibstnuil.il Hairbrush
1 (1-inch Butelur knife
1 C-bar Currycomb
1 chair scat, 3-ply
1 wrotiron Padlock......;..,
1 sheet iron breadpan....'..! lOo
1 good stove brush 10c
1 Carpenters square '. 2,'ie
2 good Anger bits ..2u
1 sliver plated Call-bell J'i.'m
1 new style Curling iron...... 23a
1 4.blaclq Pocket knife .,..2oc
1 Flour sifter, the best 25
1 coal Hod Jiipaned 25
1 Embossed coffee pot 25
1 Bit brace 25
1 large steel fry pan ' . ..25"
1 steel Jail lock, 2, keys ..'25
1 wood Chopping bowl 25
1 Oover Egg beater 25
1 covered bucket, (J quarts 25
1 superior Pocket kuifc 60
Boxwood Hules.
Padlocks
Hatchets
Hammers
Haudrsau-s
Irou und Steel Squares
Butuher knives
Scrub brushes
Spring Balance
Scissors aud Shears. . , .
..5 to 23 cents
...4 to25 "
..15 to tO "
.. 5 lo45
..50 to 1)0
..25 to 60 "
..10 to 35 "
.. 5 to 15 "
..10 to 35
.. 5 to 50 "
Slumped" paks". .....4c
Spool cottOfs.-,.. 2io
C.UoiAgaUibuttous..
Can opencri ,
1 doz. Ooirtf t'M-ltat hook's..
1 half plnt'"umiel
1 Mllksklmir
i iHscuit ctiKer
u:. : '
fto
...6o
...Iflo
... 4u
....3o
...:io
....30
.'...3if
1 Jelly plat
lAjak-o euttgr:
1 I'lo'lHatMTi -.'.'; .'3o
i Corfreuiwwwj:.. ....... .-,;ioo
I CroAttPKeilWI . . iitt '.;-. . .'.r.'.MOo
1 Half Unllon Pitchcr ..-.a.iOo
l'Tca tet four pieces. 40o
I Muffing pun.'..., 10c
1 large Whisk broom.. lUu
1 Nlcklo Plated Wrench.. 10c
1 Ilnudsomo Salt. Shake.. 10c
1 Cup and Saucer.... lOo
1 2.Blado Pbctct Knife..-.-.... .;'....10o
1 Steel Screw) driver 0 luetics lOo
1 hong handle Shovel...-. 0c
1-Wood Handle Corkscrew.'-, i lOo
1 Decorated Chinese Tea Pot 25c
I Dinner Pall, 4 qt'.i. 25c
1 Large Hutebct. j... 25c
1 Toy Cart bent handle 2e
1 Large PrcserYlng'kcttle.. 25o
1 Caipcutert Chisel' 1 to J'. 25
1 Feather Uuiter. 2uc
I Ladles Fine Pockctbbok 25c
1 Metal Ic Hal r brush .'........- 25c
1 Largo Hand Arise 25c
1 Olass Lamp, eomptcte...... 25c
1 Milk' Pall, 12,quart-.i. 26c
1 Dish paiKqUart... ' 25c
3-lilado l'em llMUdleknlfc... 25u
llaud-Sawlllcs..' 4 to 12 cents
Tape Hues 10 to 15 "
Door Locks ,15 to 50 "
DoorIitclie:-.!...'.W'.... 5lo23
Uujves aud.k,per sot.. 40 to 115 "
Auger bits ,..,'.' 5 to 35 "
Auger braces. Ioto50"
Cmry Combs. ...... ...... 5to32 "
Hinges and Uirttk.. 0 to 20
Follow the crowt' and you will make no miitako. -Thoy all go to the
New York bargain house, where nothing is offered but genuine bargains.
Look out for tho largest aiid best variety of Holiday goods ever before
offered in Jefferson City. . ' !
ja.:m::e! "w. ieiid,
209 EAST HIGrii STflEET.
My spacious establishment is again filled up in tho most approved style,
' with all the Now Toys and Novelties of this progressive, nge. .My
stock, now open for inspection of Foreign and Doruostlo
Toys and Noycllies'ls simply im
mense .comprising! jt.j " ,
Tin Toys, Mechanical Toys; Steam Railroad Trains,
vi
IRON TOYS,
WOOD TOYS,
CONDAMENTS,
DOLL CABS,
HOCK NG HORSES
SHOO-FLY
ROCKERS,
Rlt'.t.l mvB o.l
CHIMES,
p. 'BELLOW TOYS,
WAGONS,
WASH SETS,
VASES
'01 LEI'S,
" STATITATJV
TRICYCLES and SSISMIYMJJUPK and
MAGIC BICYCJES' "SlHgp ALIU1MSSAUCKUS'
LANTERNS, SS&&fo SCRAP BOOKS,
'Animals In all styles. 'Tea Sets In ChlnSl'yH'atlla.'Tin and Wood,
"cturo books, Manicure Sets, Banks and Si(cs", Sad Irons mid Stands,
ooks and Saws, Whcelbnrrows and Sjeds, BoyVlKiddles, Violins, Qui
ars, -Banjos, accordeons, Piunos and Muslcal'iTrinimings, Jews and
French liarps, Foot, and small balls, Rubb.er DoTls(and babies in French
dolls, from the most cxnensivo to theeheaneat In tlm lanH. Iinim. tr:rs
Brass Horns and Watches, Guns, Whips, Iforso Wins and Stick liorses,
tire works. Flags and Lanterns. for all occasla.ljfSome now before the
stock is broken a'nd,fest your eyes., A wordjto mothers and guardians:
When buying your holiday candles, buy MatyuTcu' is pure; only buy
half the quantity j if you can't buy .a pound, btiytlfes'; but buy something
which will not Inj'iro the health. of yourculIdKrtUwill find this cheap
stuff exposed all over the town and for less than whnt augor can bo bought
for. Come flllfl tnkA n Irinlr nl mv tOrAtw.!. R.ri.flVlnn.l r .ti
: ' - - - - -v '"'fi x reiai
" iuuu im.H ui. my aa .uixen, aiso pure, at is cents a
pouua. l caclter of Pnblur ami Sunduy Schoolsi'also churches ate en
mica to wiiolesefe prices, Xt.will boa lhstinmenrpry to you. A chance
will be given, every purchaser of 60 wntprt6rof toys and candles to
ueuuuiui presents, to ue given away on LJIuUimns JSrc,
rormnatuu--, I nave, saveu from 20 to 50 perjscntrnh buying my. stock'
ncrore tue ilcKl NLliX HIUII-TAHIFF LAW.iiWeat'intd effeck Tci
iiieiciore, give my patrons uie uencntof old prjecs. '
H. P. AND3EMJG;
1 1 9 and,!! 2, East High St. , "?
T.7RFF.ERSON CITV, JMQ
iiD?iiiw ',.,;v. - -
Ja LLIYIEYEJl
irJSURcN0E
.CraADDEiSUORF, Manager,
Fire, Tornado, Cyclone,
Tho following Eeliablo Companies
represented!
,Flre Association,
German American,
Hamburg Bremen,
1 Honief Lancashire,
Liverpool, London, Globe, People's',
' Milwaukee',' Mechanics.'
Oakland Home. Traders'.
PhiinlXf Pjioenix,rSprlngflld,V
United Firemen's, Western .Homaj. H,
jrumco..over inomas: atore, ,r ,
.Corner Higli,& Madison Sti,
Tun State RKr'nnucAN Is prepared
to .supply teatucrs with school ro
ports at Olpor-ilQO, Remit with
Low Rallroar Rates for the
, Holidays. "
The Missduii Putiflo HhIIwov
grcHs jill its frjonds wlihjO wish for
tiictfljyrriest Ciiristmas, ona tho hap.
plcstvlfcw Year, 'and' takes pleasure
in' pffcwiibf greativVredriced round
trlp'-ritMJ' to crfaWi, them to visit
tbcir.fr!endsarnrJy,polnt.'onCbis road,
not ovcr .iOO miles distance. Tickets
arc Qn sale .December 24,25 and 81,
and -January V, good to r'oturn until
January 10: Fur'tlckots and all fur.
ther Informatlgn.ijiply to your local
ticket gent, i)jf - "
' ' .n g
Mifl.M yiu I. Mnr Mit W ;5
ifBHk 0uJl.Tn.,...r, ork l, Hnid.7 '
IpBJI.Kj'mmH.illjrii. In
BY , roil ran cuiNn.n .1 fcan, r
i Vtw ""!r,"rtl",j..,y.vl;!'r,,i.'"'.-.-
SCHEMi PAYNE
HOUSFv ICiN.
't-iTH'
ORNAMENTAL
fBTLoo'fcT' Watches, dlfenfciwount ZQ&
What Wo Do and What Wo
.Don't Do. t
Wo ndvortiso what wo havo to soil;
Wo always havo what wo ndvortiso.
We can and will givo you moreVolue
for your money than you can got
olsowhoro.
WHAT WB don't CO. .
Wo don't misrepresent Wo don't
pull you in from tho street. Wo
don't hunt you up in tho saloons.
Wo don't buy our oustomora with
drinks.
THIS IS OUR GUIDE.
Our goods, at tho prices wo offer
them, will soil thomsclvca
M. Goldman.
$3011
A TI3AK Ianr1trtahaUt.ri.fi
hi, who can m4 and wrlthwd wha,
fttr lutimnlon.wlU wm lawlrtoailrti
Imw In ar Tkra Thaaaaa4 Dalian a
Yarlaifclrawajot-aliMai,whmrlfcty llva.I wllltlaafunlili
Ika al tuition af aniAlarmtBLal fralrb reatanarnlaatanaaiit.
Tsa inanar tvt mnUMtMctMfb1iabT, rt1trt4 alrhtr
irimra. i imri bmi bv worvn iron mib aifinciorceaaij, i
ha alrttir Uuibt b4 Bra1J4 with t mplrmtnt a Utt
BBitibr, wbaara malWi r $Sn09 yatraath. It'i NKV
nil HUI.lH.FallMrtUularaKRfcR. ftdr. al anra
H. Clay Ewing,
rrcildont,
W. Q. Dallmfyer,
cthJcr,
W. A. Dallmktkr. AuUUnt cashier.
EXGHASGE UU,
Oiv JKrr KRSON CITY, MO.
Boes'k KfinAril bftnklntf butlneia. Hhm snd
sella I)oroctlo and Foreign Exchanrc. Fnr-
en iciioiB ui ininiaucdon ana creail 10 III
rnrioai corresponUenti,. Alirava haa moner to
loan Its customers. Allows Interest on time
deposits, by agreement, and deals In Gorern
mcnt. State, county. Municipal Uonds and hixh
grade aecuritlss. collections made on Europ.
? A Large Variety, such, as if
Gold Pens, Chains,
Clocks, Sloovo ButtonB,
Collar Buttons, Carving-,
Sots, Pins, Eings,
Charms, Watches, Clocks,
Castors,
.BkfeflBBbki.
Card RocoiVers Butter.
Dishes,, Thimb'los,
Berry BpoonB; Sngar . .
Bowls,' Croamors, Onora
' Glasses, '
Knives, Jorks, Spoons"
Etc., EtcV-Etb: 5
Which we sell at very low prices.- Afr
Goods aro Warranted at( represented.- -i
CALL MND-EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT'
GEO. PQRTR'S J EWE LRY 'STO lSA
W. C. Young,
President.
Oscar G. Burch,
casltie
FirstNationalBank
JEFFERSON CtTY, MO.
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750.
IlIRECTOns.
W. C. YOUNO, J. . Fl.EMlNO,
J. 0. Sciiott, Jksse w. Henut,
Jacob Tanner, J . J. EmvAttns,
QKOltOK WAtlNER.
Do a general banking business. Bur and sell
Foreign and Domestic Exchange, United States
nonds and other securities; accounts rcceWod,
loans and discounts made on favorable terms,
I'ronnit attontion given to all business entrust
ed to its care.
D. H.
Mc ntyre, J. H. Dlercks,
President,- cashier
M, R. Sinks, John T. Clarke,
Vico President. Assistant cashier.
The Merchants' Bank.
OF JKFFEKSON CITY, MO. .
CAPITAL, - . $50,000.
DIltECTOUS.
D. II. MclNTVitii, F. H. Binder,
L. (J. Loiiman, u. A. Ware,
M. R. Sinks, J. 11. Kdwards,
L. D. Gordon, J. U. Dikhcks,
I'uiLir Ott.
Call Special Attcutlon to Our
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Dur and sell Foreigrn and Domestic Exchange
and do a general Banking Uuslness. Loans and
Discounts made on tho most favorable terms.
DIRECTORY,
ELSXON, COLE vOUN TY, Mo.
CIIL'llCn MEETINOS.
D.iptlst, First Sunday; '
, Methodist, Second Sunday.
Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday :
S. D, TURNER,
Physician.
S. M. ELSTON & Co.,
General Mcrclinndise and Jobbers in
Farm Machinery, Binders Twine,
&c. &c. &c.
B. LAC1CAMP, .
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Tinware, Furniture, Cotliiis, Etc.
GEORGE ELSTON"
Drugs od(1 Groceries,
Express and Kail-Hoad Agent.
Wli. DERRINGER,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer and
SSf Public Auctioneer. T9t
CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO.
GlIURCll MEETINGS.
Prcsbyteriun, Tbird Sunday.
Baptist, Fottftb Sunday,
Lutberan, Second Sunday.
T. A. GREENUP,
Post Master and Justice of the Peace.
4. P. op'r Commercial Hotel.
Dr. M. A.
DUNAP,
'5 - D.ruggHt.
MURRAY & WEAVER,
General Merchandise.
a. a. Campbell;
General Merchandiser
D. L.
HAT1IHUKN
ik' .peiie;JMirdljandiBe..
iORGFPOPE,
Prop'r Hott'l and Dealer n
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
JOHN F. F LESS A,
Miller and Denier in MiU Stuff
MONEY!
can b taraif at MrffllfJhMtfinNfc.
iblr, Jit imm r
and bo.rbli
tvi lorallllM.irlirrcf l Ihty Uva. A
n. ran rin IM warn. Kaar I imcn.
Baflnnari ara aaralar S-ana til la SIO par naafc and apwa.da.
ana nnra an.r a uuia aipartaaaa. Tf, aaa lUnuu.H m
fta.ai.Ml and taa.n nn r HSS. x apaaalaaaalalf kara. Vail
Jaiarouan rasa, xjsuk di Co., aitltita, auui.
OSAGE CITY, Cole Co., Mo.
C. KOEHLER,
Dealer In
General Merchandise,
THEODORE SUHEULKN,
' Guncrul Merchandise and
Country produce.
HENRY POPE,
Dealer in
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars.
BONNOT'S, Osage Co., .Mo
JJ. B. BOILLOT, Propr;
Bonnot's MUI Hotel,
,l arid ageut'fo'r '. , .
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A New Lino of Dress Goods, Tidies, RI6bons, TabU;cl'btiifei noA.t
Dress Flannel, While Goods, Handkerchiefs, Faclnators, Hoods, Glow,V
nil kinds of Fancy Articles, etc. The remainder of Toys ratutibc.noldlit
any pripe to clear out our stock. -. V'"."'
"Carpets : Velvet, English Body,. Abicrlcnn Boify.Tn'pcstry,
3-ply, Axminlster, Ingrnln, Farm Carpets, Cottage Carpets, Kapler; Slatiy,
ing, Straw Matting, Raft Carpets, Cocoa and Wiro Moti, Oil Cfott)?, .
Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers, Portlers, Lace CurUins, at loss than retoll
oily pi ices. , i ' ' ? ' " '
BST" f ings : Smyrna, Velvet, Sultana, Eur Rugs; nnd iArtiSuarea.T'
Boots: In Kip, Calf and Grain leather., Lookat ottr $Vs5 bogt,;
JShoes : In Balmoral, CongressIitiUonl' elc.'.iMen
and Children, a good fit, durablo and prlce' giial:antedrl 'r "I :'. i
"Cloakai JackeU and EnglUh Coats 'in Plusb.'Lotjg Cloaks',;
Misses and Children's Cloaks lp great variety and at low prices. - .,
Comforts: Blankets, Bedding, Trunks, Satchels, Valiscs.&c.
Don't fail lo call on us, we will give you an eye opener on low prices.
You will save money. It will pay you to deal with us. Carpets and
House Furnishing goods.sold on tho Installment plan if desirable, at the
Cash House of
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ten- STILL LEADS THEM ALL
Men's, Youth's and Children 's Clothings '
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, :
Gtaiits' Furnishing Goods, k
It will pay you to call and examine
his stock before purchasing else
where, -Don't forget the place,
Corner High & Madison Streets, Obcrnnyor'u oid stand;.
Fresh Goods and Low Prices'." '
All Oar Teas.Are Guaranteed to Please
iSole. Agenf for Royal Java Coffee.
TE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL
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A FULL LINE

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