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fc 7 -.n liniiiiym I ssf&&? to cure r: ' -nit 1 "'i - F rA'.'jjl0 i'.ailbuad' time table. vjisTWAiiD. No 1 ,U i) Kv.ircss... Arrives 1 :0C p.m. Leavos-1 :2ili.m. Ko. :ti Tl.r.-tiyh Exprrs.- Arrlveii 2t . n Leaves, 1-2:28 a.m. No. 8, IaouI I'assenjrer. -Arrives ,'12";3t) SKIN DISEASE OF ANY FORM USE HEISKELL'S OINTMENT, It hM been In u bo many rears, and hu prpvM lnfalllbto In over awe. from lmtila P.- tay 12:45, i.,mv -sEiSFftt Ko. D. Toxas'ExnrcFs'Arrlves2llOa.in Leave 2:10 (i. m.- Freight,, carries passengers. Leaves D,-2S. i EASTWARD? .'. No. 2,laj Express,... Arrlvcs2.-40 p.m. Leaves 2:55 p.m. Ko. 4,- Through Express. Arrives 2:10 , . m. Leaves 2:10 a. 'm. No.jtl, Local, Passenger. An Ives 1:20 ' Leaves 1:40 p. m. Freight, carries passengers. Leavos 4 :10 Local passenger trains 5 and 0 nin.be twecut. Louis and. Kansas City'. Three sections of filfrM train cast'. Texas ex preS7NV. OThas through chair' enr via. Lexington branch Freo reclining chair oars on all through trains.. , . LBDAMOK IlltANCII. mill! leave Jefferson Cltyiat 0:30 a. i.; aTflvlnat Aurora ;0:30 a.lm. ' - Itqffirnlmr) .will leave Aufiu&'at 11. -a p. W.;,!'rming at Jefferson City at;2:8 p. (a. tJptlM J. -OntiRGii, At Pallet RtcUobrr ' ilrCiti ., wT Itching TJlcM. At - uraSi"v' w els. per . 'Bend fr Treatise on Sfcn DlaeueMaut . .V . - CertWcatea at Care. JBUKPEBBTB' fHOKEOPATJIIO fl-ft SPECIFIC No.fiO Nervous Debility, Vital Yllaaknass. If POT Ul,or liylnb.ndUtl. fill P.f: JSjft Bold bt Dm:ont ir, prent p TRtPtt,'l on rci5 ot ptlJ-H 0 M Pb RETS' M EDU. ' 'vCO., .. . f Oor. -WjUjam nd Jt'bc.SW, W. Y. I 1 Nevera failure- CHICAGO rff AfuroNRAI,ROAD. Omnibus leases Jefferson ,Uy, 7:30 .... ctjr uay except aunuav. con Tlio Red River Vallcv of MfntiGaola and Jorth fia'kota lias nccr -bnd'.o alluro of crops. It-produced !;0,000, 000 bushels of wheat besides, other cereals In 1300. Farms can hti Jiad on tbc .crop plan, or long time cash payment. It Is hot op Uncommon tiling .tin pay for a farm from the ,tiro c'ecd.s of cno crop., It has nil of' the advantages of an old country in the jluape of school, " church, market, postal aim railway facilities, and m l the cluvnccB.of u new country in tlio way or encap lands, rich soil and In crease In values. It is one of the uioBt-fertllo and promising regions in America not yet fully occupied. In tho mill to thu far west, however, thia rich valley lins been oy.jTlooked. It (ins room for a million more peo ple. Write to F.I.WHITNEY, ' St. Paul, Jliun., for particulars. Publications sent free. BCCtlnff wlru the train lcavinir Ccilnr at? a . in. and which makes tiromot Oily connection at Mexico with all trains guiug cast,' west or north. , JONATnAy OniMSHA-ty.Tlcket Agent TO. ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, MEXICO & CALIFORNIA. Through Trains, Carry PULLilN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Jefferson City & Sedalia AND' ; - TEXAS POINTS. "Geo. A. Eedv, ) H. U.-Crioss, ) Receivers. ..J.FBEY, J.WALDO, Ge. sapt. Oca Traffic Mgr. GASTON MEALIER, Gan'l rmoDjtr & Ticket Agent, SEDALIA, MO. o te im:. . The OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RJY Is the only .road running a passenger train from . St. Louis to Cincinnati. i SOLID VESTIBULE!) TRAINS arc run from St. Leuls to' Cincinnati by tho.O. Ofy. All classes of. passengers have.tlje use of theie cars wilboiit extra charge. Advcrlisemunls of rival Imes are Intendedjto 'deceive me puunc as no oilier rouu runs a Cheap Excursions South' For tlie purpo.su of siffor-ling op portuiiity" tor tnvcstigatiii the un rjvaed advaiitdpes offeifd home aenkerst and fnvcAiors by tlio Status of Missouri, Arkansas. Flondm Lntiisnita uikI-oiIiul- stales soutli and southeast., Tile Memphis ninte !.au sna City, Jb'ort Suott. -oao Memphis R. R.. lias arranged for a neries of half rate pxcttrtioni to' itroiiiiiit'iit points in thusu bta.et,. Ti keis'fnr thct,u exuliroiniU will lie", nn silitnt tlio'company's cqiifm nliltes west of am) incltiilmK Springfield, and at Kahas Cjty on Seiiteinli.ir'y'aml-5, and Octobi-r 14., For FLORIDA'thb foKuwliig spec ial arr.tniseuleiits. will in mudo:' Round trip tickets to,' prominent" Florida points wilPho Totd on Sep tember a, 22 and 20. Octo oer 7, 10 and 28. November 10 anc 24, and Dccemuer 2. On thofco tlntcs the Meiuplif route wilttalso sell 10 those g( ing to Floi ida to vi maii., t otii'-wny tickets to points in 'lint Bti-te at the ram of one anil one-half cnM jier mile. All roiind.Jrin tickotc ril! lie- good thirty days fo leturn nt'l t'ntb roui.il trip and o: e-.vay tickits ill be good forpajjag.i .m any 'of choi'c eompanV's passenger triiino lenvini' Kansas City on 'date above named. Tlio company's coupon offices ,in Kansas City are at 532 Main St., 1042 Union Ave. . Union Depot and at General OWeo building,. r orthwesr corner utitand Uroadwny. For maps. time( table, folders and all-desired information, address . " J. E.iLockwood, Gcn'l Pass, &. Ticket Agt., - 'Kansas City, Mo. Valuable to Intending Settlers and Investors- Tlie Missouri, Kansa cV Texas railway has-issued a, folder contain ing a county map of the State of Texas, and a desmfption of (lie bov- end counties through which Its lines train of passenger ears from St. Louis ' P9. Ut Qincinnalli Tlio. Umo by the O,.. 'I lies; counties1 nro beyond doubt & M. R'y is ; - - I '-' 'Tirr?vV'-?.T-:Jrv;.- . . . I iiireuillii?,M'elUer.i. linme.sHitbcra or i ' NO CHANGE OF CARS IJ'by, tlfls route MiiPStT Louis to I,o,ul8-. fyill'Clnulrinatr.'Krowl'brk.Plilludel.. phis, Baltimore. audj Washliiton and tw u.uor iiiiiiii kun iaaiii'f 11, puilli-v.' " tlie O. & M, Il'y is the shortest and ..... tt . , if ip niucKcst, ann irniiMiorts moro I Ipflsietig'ts from St. Louis eastward r(MSKtiiiytotber road from St, Louie. PflcjalLIIgure' sliowjlliln to be line. FaWuger fares aru ffiVcii kss by tbp p. & M. Il'y than by nnv'iber rpuUv , THROUOir TICKETS by tlie O. & 'f U IVy Are fpr sale ot'all.olUt'e'J 6f connect ini 'lines Wott; Smitb and Northwest tf Jf .Wtt1??-'' W'e! pnrchn8ing.mk ;. jQr'0Kei.via ine,u:55ju ., y. ior riss68t'.-liui?ttt',tiulbiicDi'iiot. and Kffemiiiiy'f; Ollle7105 Noitb General Western I'iiisenVcriAizentf I ,.106 N. BrpaMrtiii;St.Wulrf,,Moi ' S; 3. F. B'AitNfAit'riA W. BMfliiAMriioi 'Ge, M't-f.;v Geji, Fa-is'r. Ajjiiut.. Mh - -CikCwnaYi.-O'.' ; Li i'.. ! VJJ;.1."',' ...J'U' . '., cbnyoCtlils folder w!iich Ml Wirt elieerfully und promptly- mailed to anyjirt dress in the vorld npyti appll coiloii mi Gaston Moliei. Genji.tl 1fiaa..nf.ar .mil Tlf.lri.t- A. ra.it 1f -'. TrN & T. lfv, Sedalia. Mo. ' rCE--WSymJv- rar'.f'irr sam f,'..5"sr ' oat-Jniurji rcn-.ivcL Plinplcs, Ulftclr-llcmln, !i mbarn nndTnn. .A few application i rill ren der the most stubbornly red i.tn soft, smooth and white. lol0e.im in net a paint or powder to coyo deVctf,- id for SO cents mparcd by. WHO. Oklo. G. C. UITTXI.-R ,d! CO. C, M. EDWARDS, ( I'reparedto do' all ktutl of PLASTERING! putlro'MiiiUfuctioii. m F.OtT0N isoiAWNK.WK.-iJ55M HAGKaGHE::AiU, 'Ai?WrV!"SvTKRj;iK t. , . . : . WW, "T W "T lsTsTsTsWWsTr'fAHTHWU llW.ftl 4 W wwyro m Tf"l mw Mens cotton worsted suits for $3.00. Doubl'o back overcoats, 52 Inches long, for 83.DO at M. Goldman's. M. Goldman and tlie RcdStoio arc preparing to receive- u large supply of new goods. LadjiV tine clonks and jaoktls for half their Vutue lit tbe Red Store. Tb'q- largest and finest lino cf chil dren suits and coaU' ever brought to tills market, at M. Goldman's. Mens'" Kentucky jeans pants for 90c, at M. Goldman's. Wanted Intelligent gentlemen or ladles to address or call on me for information that will give them profitable employment. T W. D.-WllIOHT,- 510 Madison St., Jefferson City Mo. WANTED A lady canvasser for elcgtric goods corsets, belts' and other appliances Address, Miis. M. J. IltiFr, Russ'seilville,, Mo. Send us your orders for job printing It you Mailt near and clean work'atfoty llgofesf Coll audi scelsamp&e and as s Sudih wlU'iroke you finer vcatiinct' sizn pliotoRraphs for the monoy tlian anybody else in the city. Go to him' and get tlie best. . For Sale or 'Exchange' My, f'irm, containing 202 acres all under fence, 30 acres timber, .150 meadow and pasture, 7 ucies occhuid "anil all lu ti-bikb stuto ot cultivation! t,Tbe JSU 'acres,. til able land, lies n llt'tle rolling, resembles U n dceo. rich loam soli and produces' line crops of corn'wheat, O'ots and all kinds of urosscs'.. Is well watered. with it ncver'falllDg springs and fonrj wells, l'onv acres oi mis ianu lies in the center of the coal belt running Ihrouirli this section: has two coal banks a ii it tliat lias been. partially worked and lolir other known .Out-crops for bunks tba.t has not yet beeu prOTpceted. Coal oi nVe cjuallty both' Itliumluous and Can nelfaJio lead and zlim prospecta. Or chard contnlns about 800 young bearing trees ot all Kinds oi cuoiee iruic alio va riety o! berries. Two ordinary and one story cottage dwelling of 4 and 3 rooms each, betides pantries, smoke nnd dry house;, splendid clsluru .uud cellar en closed with rock wall 2Sxl4 feet under dwelling; stable und gralnery 20x30 feet, cribs, mieds and pautrv bo.use. . This farm Is sitnatcd one mile libm Efstou; 12 miles '.vest of 'Jefferson City on l'aeitlo railroad. Good neighborhood ,churebes of llaptlet, Aletbodlst, i'lwbyteriau nnd Catholic within ouc-balf alid two miles; one mile from a. good sebool 0 and II months -acb year. This, farm la about clear of stuipps aud has no waste, rboky or washy laud od it except what Is taken up by it small ravlile that runs through It affording an abundance of water for stock' iroui tbu springs ;.iiusurpaeecd lor health; have had no doctor bills lor 20 yums. 'fills Isoneot the. best farms of its size In I'.'outral MUto'iiri.'aud f offer It at a bar Vain fur cash .in-1 will cxcliahireforiroo'd desirable city probity; resident or. buslncM property. -lily pi ice in excuange is 7,0t)0, SJ.OOO 10 83,500 In properly, the balance canhr'or'on time to suit at 0 per cent. For further particulars address die owner on the premises or enquire at this i.llleo. A. ItOUT3ZO.NO, Elston, Cole Covsih, Mo. Itmit 'raiiirtir r r l'n' i -ii i ' -i" Hy. SCHMIDT WILL SELL 5 A Horse Blankets -THE STA'EE REPjll, JEFFERSON CITY,Miss'0URi.- -.1 i . Vuuj, PUBLISHED ETOIlt THUBin)lTEVEKtKO. F. G. Fdlkkion, llusiness Manogen 3AMFT sTTl OOEIKBrFRm' ffnfred at the: Postofflce at Jfjjerton City, Mn.,nt nf!ond'tfitiit matter, j KeirSeilei,-JaD.7,lSM. Thursday,- Docombbr' I g, 1800. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, AND KVEKY THING IN THE S-X)ID Hi ZED JEi IT line t low tigurcs. Now is the time to buy to secure bargains. Hy. SCHMIDT, 222 East High St. mm wort tur pfl, liw Anitn I'.ffi-i AR.tlu. Tntlf, inil Juo. nnn, liiWn, OUIo. a. ci. v.nm-aiirfluuiaita.n.11. .1117 uotyouf Kvutaiimor,rfluu-lo k miHith. Van p.h di. lli. Mark .bA Ur l. Hum, wnw-wryi-u in-. Keo o. rnn.n ,rf .ilr , iimlnff frcra (i la IOdi..AII,.., l.hftw youh0w ad .tart mm. (an wrnrk It. .r.r. ilm. or n (Ime. Illff nmr,i furwi.il en. r.l'iirt aBkniiTti iiimiif Ih.tti. KF.tV au.l whn...rul P.1.L.L1. A... B.IIalleKdeCvnRaxasal'artlaBd.Mulna ,Twlco-a Week for aDjllar a YearL The Weekly Republio of St. Louis will go to Its subscribers twice a week during November and December, one sheet of six pages helng-roalled every Tuesday and another every Friday, This will give the readers. tho news from one to live days earlier thm heretofore, nnd part of it. ahead of 'uny weekly paper, no maltejr, where printed or what day Issued. THE SPECIAL MISSOURI EDITION will bo continued with a page ot special State news each week, and tho price will be unchanged, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, with tbe usual commbslons to.- .agentf." Address, Tun Rkpublio. St. Louis, Mo. the world. Oar KellUiM m ntqualrd, iftd la lalrodnc out (orirrier rood w will it4rl l iu i VtUhftw la Mth twaiuy, Wftbovt. Only the rk wrtt totittt oagtcatt tnk tun tM t-kanct. All 7 havt to 49 ta tho !, rH ror k4&imt anil bk arooM jvm. Ika fnnlaar af thll ailvMrtlMBtuI ikvwi tka ibm 1 1 aa4 of ta ial ihXl Uif ilillata wrl riUbUi. tlUi piM, fcrtldalMWte tan ma ti Ont m HIIVI a j Jf. wvm m aiari, The weather -continues beautifully fair. Holiday presents, Useful-and orna mental; in great variety. Styles and prices to suit everybody ; storo open- every evening from MOriday, Dec. 8', until Xnias. R. Dallmeyer, Madison St. Ti'c public schools will close Fri day for a holiday vacation., ,(i Goldman' o'riojial? d o?eiR card size photographs. "' 1 If-you need a Cloak be sure to see us before bylng elsewhere, Our as sortment is the largest and prices the lowest for same quality nqd mae of goods. Dress goods of all grades and c'olors at low prices. Special values at 10, 12 1-2, 20, 25, 29 and 50c per yard; R. Daln,eycr, Mad.ispnf St, The Standard Machine Is Ih'o best 4 Tbb'Star that leads a) I he rest i Mr. Peter Bolton ha? -purchased the 'Bus line. . It 1 WANTEDA girl to do' general .house work 'for a family ipf three: Apply at M. Goldman'sJ:. clothing store. Mr. Wm. Derringer lia,Vremovcd to Elston and will continue 'lh tbe "mud" business. ' -ll-Ct Hear tho weakly women tlngV, The Household .Machine Is just the thing. . isr The carriage lines' of Messrs. Gil liam and Win. Slinc are doing a good business, "T , If you want ladies' cloaks or jack ets at the lowest prices ever known in this city, call at once at the Red Store. If you want a royal treat,' ' The Household Machine can't be beat The Red Store isf now well Mocked with' a 'handsome variety '"'or goods that is in daily demand by the cili zcus of this city and surrounding country. Mr. M'Schclle, one of our leading business men, and Miss Sophie Sher man of Kansas City, were married In Kansas City last Sunday. The Re publican extends congratulations. t For the next two weeks' to give space for new goods coming the Red Storo will sell alt goods at great ly reduced prices. Cluistinas trees wltli'brllllant shine Tbe Standard SewbigJWaelibie is very Hue. Mr. Frank Fuchs of St.-' Louis has taken charge, as superintendent, of the Wagner brewery. , " When you try It, you'll admit', Tbe Standard Machine nuhss the. hit. Tue ladies of. the. Round Tabic club will on Fiiday-and, Saturday display for sale at the.ttore of Geo. Pot th a vaiied assortment 'of fancy needlo work, both useful and ornamental- Tho display 'will -contain some- nice, specimens of neat needle work. There Is not a particle of room to doubt,. Tbe Standard or Household will knock all others out. A nice assortment of roa.carts and wagons can. 'jJteBL,Ul F Av Dwigh'ts, 702 VVest stree ;f . , '- t vs. Expi'rieneoteachcs every pen The Standard Machine will RO.lt your notion 1 '$Alt'-, Ladies' line shoes at oniy:;$lll60. Sold at 82 everywhere else.M"SeoHhe greatest bargains ever offered' io ( st 'f 4'' arbeau at Luhmnn's Saturday nlghtli .' -"b,iTi,7v4.' 'Wlth every Its purchase of M. Goldman, one-half dozen cabinet siro photographs. Mr. Charles Dell has let a contract to Opel & Co., to build his residence 6n' McGarty itrcet, to cost $3,000. SUk umbrellas of a big variety in gold and silver handles, suitable for Christmas presents, at Geo. Perth's Jewelry Store, Mr. Bernard Hoffmeycr of Cedar .City, gaye our ofllco a call Satur day. Mr.-John Bright is now fully pre pared - to supply the wants of every body with tlie best boots and shoes, for the" winter trade", ever put Oh sale in this city, If you want a Cloak or Jacket call at tho Red Store. Remember, ladles, you can secure these goods at a bar gain. For good jewelry call at T.. J. Burkhardt's. jewelry- store in City hJteJ building, ' H Children's pants 60 cents at the Red Store. Fur nice Chrisirrias presents call at T. J. Burlihardt's jewelry store in City hotel building. Qh What pretty set rings, gold and silver watchss, jewelry and sil verware, suilablo as Xmas gifts, at George Porth's jewelry store. Pall ant got T. J. Burkhardt's pi ices on watches boforp buying elscwhpfe, If you want bargains pa at the Red itorc. Five-room houso for rent on Water street, not far from the penitentiary. Apply to Mrs. Winchell, 017 Water street. For fino watch repairing call on T. J. Bui'khardt. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Money saved Is money made.. To do so you have only to buy your clothing of M. Goldman. Congress has just passed a bill ap propriating 81,200,000 for a govern ment building at Kansas City. For an immense stock of goods, from his horse bv coming in contact call at the old, tellable, famous houf.e with a grape yinc Suuday night, No- of Goldman's, j vomber 30. His sufferings were tcr- A nice lino of ladies and children's rl,jIoi uut ll uoro tuem patiently and cloaks just received at the Red tried to comfort his aged parents. '?"?,..., 1- - j whose help he was. Who. caused his Tbe ladies of the Episcopal church acalu may ,icver 36 Known,, but the desire to express their heartfelt conscience of the person who did it thanks to Mr. and Mrs. W; W. Wag- wlU leull" 'hem of tho act. Fulton ner for their kindness and courtesy. ?un' Mr. Wagner gave them tbe use of ' Our merchants aro now offering special inducements to purchasers for tho holidays. Read their ads. The transportation superintendent has refused to run a Sunday train on the Cedar City branch of the C. & A. Mr. Louis A.: Schirmcr is doing a go:d business as peace-maker at Osage City. Ho is your.g, but is capable of being a good justice of the peace. Master Milo Hcinrlchs will bo a candidate for pngo in tho house at tho next session of tho general as sembly. Success to you, Milo, you are capable, bravo nnd deserving. To obtain bargains in. any line of merchandise just glance over our ad vertising columns. In them you will tlnd goods offered for' sale by mer- :hants reliable', trustworthy nnd of a Iberal and fair dealing spirit. In tho Kay-Pavis sparring match at tho opera house last Monday night Kay reccived.o pretty badly bruised face and was completely knocked out in tu'o fifth round. . i- The commissioners appointed by the 'county- court to-"iiiyestigate the landed horses near Marion visited that section last week and found sev eral horses badly nlHIct'cd. Three of them were killed and others quaran tined. Sec in tills issue many purchasers of the famous, Standard and House hold sewing machines. These are hardly the beginning of the number of persons in this city and vicinity that have purchased these machines. Mr. and Mrs. Vaug(an are popular, and also the sewing machines ate popular and no wonder the sales aro largo. The Missouri School Journal, pub lished in this city by Mr. II. A. Gass, will add quite a change in Its forms, beginning with tho January number. The number of pages will be doubled 32 instead of 1(1, as heretofore, It is a journal that is absolutely indispen sable to school teachers and is worth many fold tho subscription price to every household. Shortly after midnight, December 10, 1800, death came to the relief of Stephen Carrington, who was thrown CORRESPONDENCE the dining room for their-entertain ment on Wednesday evening free of charge, Tribune. We. are offering a big job in Mcn.'s and Ladies' underwear. Broken lots of different qualities, which you can buy from 10 to 25 per cent, under price. Heavy, nearly half wool jeans at 30c ; Humboldt jeans at 45c per yard. Splendid bargains in Wool Holiday Rates. On December 24, 25, 31 and Jan uary 1, the Chicago and Alton will sell excursion tickets to all points within 200 miles at tho rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip, good to return on or before Januarv 5, 1891. A. P. Guisishaw, " -Ticket Agent. County Court. A special session of the county Flannels at R. Dallraeyer's cash store courl convcned Monday ; the resig on Madison St. j nation of J- Taylor as road over- seer for district .No. 27 was received and accepted and M. W. Scott ap pointed to fill the vacancy. Account or J. It. Taylor for 828. G5 Remarkable Rescue Mrs. Michael Curtain, I'lalnltclJ.IU. , makes the statement that she caughtcold which settled on her lungs: she was for road work was allowed treated for a .month by her family phy- j Quite a delegation from Marion slcliin.hnt grow worse. Ho told her she township watted on the court ih-ref-was a helpless victim of consumption ereiicu to the appointment of an extra and that no mcdlclDO could cure her. ! justice of tho peace. The contestants Her drrgglst suggested Dr. Klng'3 New Discovery for consumption; she bought aro J. Cook and Wesley Kwcarn. Mo-day's session wlirbe devoted to Nick Llubardt.road fund,'. 13 00 Buckion's Arnica Salve'. The beBt salve In the woildJo:c6ts, .bruises, sores, ulcers, salt iheumrfever soi es , tetter, chapped, hands ,. chilblains , corns and all skin ciuptlons, Bnd posit ively cures plies, or uo pay reqttirear K U guaranteed to'glve perfect 'knWfctlon or money refunded, i'rlco 25-qonts.i'per box, Forsale by A. Urandcuboraeti $" Pnatmnntflrn urn nilthnrlwdnm'Sro. oeive subscription for tulaj'&'aper.' Wu allow them tho usual litfwspnper commission. no aavance in prices i iTojujxon enormous slock', bought durjnjp.l&i iiimmu, mnnllia n-lilnl. V tug nt old prices aud parrofjt;k'we ihan ever In. orqcr W-coay ;oods into' cash before annjU' fkli.ftV which Is near at, banrli' a mi tn r.i w w mm . m nnrn r iinninnn m Tk nnrHM I before' buy lug elsewhere; a1a to-makcjnqulryin the vicin- a boUlo atd to her great delight found examining the assessment books of betnelf bene'tltted from first dose. She' County Assessor Jou Sshcperle and continued its use and after taking 10 , 8e"', '"R r",1,11 , bottles, found herself bound and well, . "viwouuw neio now does her own house work and Is as l0WCl1 1 ue8day ' waltas-efao ever was. Freo trial bottles ' g. N. Sullivan, road fund $270 00 nl lht rrrr.t illrr,vi.rv nt A. Ttrnmlpn. "r . . anuerroilu IUOU ..... 23 Bo berger's drug store, la'rge.botlles 50o pnd Mrs'. Louise Lohman purchased the; Howard Barnes property on "East' Main last week, for 8IjC00 A large number of -the legislators have been in tbe city making ar rangements for their wjntor quarter;. Mr. J. G. Lenoir of St. Louis, aud. Louise Gollcr'nf this city, were- mar ried in this city Thursday of last week, Rev, McClure officiated, Th? case of Albert Hardy from Morgan county was the only murder case in our circuit com t, It was con tinued Until the May term. In coupling a car on tho branch train last week Mr. Herman Kolk moycr had one of Ids hands badly hurt. The loss of ono 'finger was .the greatest injury. ! V IfciiJ the report of the last grand jdry'rcgardlog tlie building of a new qourt house arid send to this office ttlO expression of tho.pefiplc. It is a liibjcpvfpithe iieople'of tho county to dlsousaifsod focgeneral I n for ma.- Mpn.jie would, be glad to havo re Mirttoo' .tUq ,county;for publlcC'J MMMmt 'CorresooDdfinli ar'e re? 'fjlp t6Valct!.juq'ulfy?in the vicin- Ferirusou& Movers. stationery... 7 GO Joseph Stamptil. pauper burial. .-. 10 0Q AbeHeliri,'elothliig-f6rfrrl8'onfer8.17 45" 331. KUton 4 Co., fuel ,. 1G 15 AdamUtrs;b1jali:rep-alri.i..."u '10 05 Geo.D.Barnani&Co,, stationery 23 50 M. Sohn pauper aeepunt. ..... 10 00 Ordered by the court that Wesley Keer nn be appolntod a justice of the peace for Marlon township, to serve until tlie next geera.1 election. Other accounts wero allowed as fol lows i , Geo. Lanx, work for county 16 00 Dr. W. I.amkhi, medical aid .to. paupers. J., '. 25 00 John Siheperte, conntr assessor, made settlement with the court, the account being; 1,000 names at 25 els. per name 250.00 1,000 names' at 70 cts. per name. 200 00 1.G94 names at 15 cts. per name. 252 60 Copilug real estate book, 5737 Uao s at 3 cts. per tract 172 71 Total. .$b75 31 Happy Hoosiers W'U. Tlminouds, postmaster of Ida vllte,fiid., writes; "Elcctrlo Bitters has done more for me than all other medi cines combined, for' that bed fooling, arising from kidney and Jlver .'rouble. " John Islle,, farmer and stockman , of eauie place, says t 'Flnd-pleotrlo Bit ters to be the beBt UHlnoy-and llyer mod lol'ne.nmilo ine feel like I nowmin, " J. W. oirduef, liardware pierohant, fame towdflsays Electrio flitters fs'Jiutthe 'thing for, a man, 'wbo'ls tU mo down and iloirtjearo' whether bo (Ives or dies; he drug store DSP SCRUGGS. What has become of the correspond cuts?-! Miss Lena Duffner visited her sister, residing near Elston, last Sunday. Mr. Joe Brondall's little son fell and broke bis leg ono day last week. Miss Affa Maddux was tho cuest of Miss Minnie Garuian last week. Mrs. Marshal stopped In Jeff Cltv Saturday and Sunday last. Mr. J. E. Garuian has nbout recovered from a recent attack of sickness. Mrs. Kclblynnd her son, Daniel, re turned from tho west much benefitted by the trip. Prayer meeting was largely attended nt Mr. George Noland's Sunday night. Mr. M. Coyner and family attendod church In Jeff City last week. ELSTON ITEMS. s Mr. J. N. Collctt and N. Stehlluoaro serving as jurors from this township .du ilng the present term of court. The pastor of the Bapdst church at thlsplaco,Mr. Shclton,caine down from Clarksburg Saturday to till his regular appointments Sunday. Mr. A. Routszong sold a youne mare to Mr. R. Nort way of Callaway county last week. Constable I). C. Payne was in Jeff City last Friday on business. Rcgularwinter weather commenced In Elston Sunday last, tho first snow storm of tho season. We favor tho movement of the farm ers to ask our representatives to require tlio state to publish all our school books and furnish them to the school boards nt cost. Why not have a binder twine fac tory established In tho prl on. '11m school books are all published by monop olists In other states, also binder twine, and we do not believe It would Interfere with the laboring Interest outside of tho prison in this state or Jeff City. Taos, Mo., Dec. 10, 1890. Some farmers say rain is badly needed. A merry Chi istmas to all tho read ers of The State Republican. Mr. John Kerl Is about completing his new two-story residence. Herman Sanning is making tho preliminary steps towards erecting a new and commodious d?.el nor house next spring. Mr. Stephen Frtmeycr has shipped two car loads of hogs cyery week for the past two months, but says tho season is now over, as hundreds of sw'no have perished from bog cholera Ibis fall. Ho has still, however, sev eral car loads of fine cattle to ship. , Tho pupils of the Catholic school here will give a dramatic exhibition with singing, on the 25lii inst., in tte afternoon, we are told. The school house in district No. 1, township 43, range 10, has been named "Herman's School," owing to the fact that Edward Herman form erly owned the site aud his farm still surrounding the grounds. M. N. Haider is the teacher, and the enroll ment is at preseut 45 pupils. There are no births, no deaths, not even a marriage to report in spito the immense cooing going on here. Cms. The third month of tho publlo schools closed last Friday, The fol lowing facts arc taken from the monthly report: white schools. Enrollment C29 Total attendance 10,132 Average dally attendance 582 Cases of tardiness 5 Cases of truancy Cases of corporal punishment, Cases of suspension Neither absent nor tardy Words missed out of 000 COLOltEU SCHOOLS , Enrollment , Atteudauco 7 2 1 3SO 12 1T3 2,S22 Averago attendance 150 Neither absent nor tardy 102 Cases of tardiness 13 Oases of truancy 0 Oases of corporal punishment 7J da'ses'of suspension o' Words missed out of 300 ......... . 0 FINE CHRISTMAS PRESENT' The New Standard and House r hold- "Its Beauty and Ease of Motion Please me Well" 1 -refer you to the following persons beluff la Jeffersou City and vicinity that have botwut the New Standard and Household Sewing macnlues from Gso. h Vaughau, and every machine Is giv ing tue nest, satisfaction, call on tbein and see tor yourself; Mrs H E Scbultz Mi 4 John Uateman Mrs Mr. I LThorpo Mrs J B Oldham Mrs D'Oeuch Miss Maggie Bauer .Mrs Jouu uauor Mrs Henry Dullo Airs ur Thompson Mrs J B Mcllenry MrsW W Wagner Mrs James Hays Mrs Win Bauer Mrs Paul Solunldt Mrs Dau Guudeltluger Mrs L Spaunhnrtt Era Late Gordon Mrs J W Gordon Mrs G V Gordon Mrs Taos Gordon Mrs C A Varo Mrs Samuel Sons Mrs G T Rogers Mrs J O Fisher Mrs Capt Bradbury Mrs W K Bradbury Miss Ella McCarty Miss Ella Simpson Mrs Johu Llnhardt MrsLouUe Conratb MrsJICtnmau Mrs Sid Llndley Mrs LLMoOormlok Mrs F Prlesmeyer Mrs i acob Straus Mrs I Bodenhetmer Mrs Dr Hammond Mrs John Cowley MrsMajLiisk Mrs John DoebU Mrs J A Hurt Mrs Henry Buwart Mrs Wendell Strattb Mrs Jns Btampfll Mrs R Dallmeyer Mrs Fera Dallmeyer Miss Deo IHume .Mrs ,H T Holmes Miss Maggie Friemel Alls I.Urls Scbe.ll MraLFraux- Mrs Tbeo Overaaa Airs uu i-oni And many others. 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