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XtgSj&&p. . . Oinl .'or v-Tvnt- of Vl' SHOPS. Tbs,peop1o of Jefferson City owe a deep debt of gratitude to the Stand ard Company, nnd especially AlrJb'Kijrlcsi 1) rfo nmrrow r. 0, v FvLUHUOX, ElV Thuridny, Docombor. ", it tho svstcm iAi't that uiiort sviot nr. jonn htui till UlOWli 0 llLt A merry Christmas to everyono including Jay Gould. Congressman Frank's apportion ment bill has passed tho lower house of congress. Candidates for mayor aro scarce na hens teeth. Tho glory is all off set by the other thing. Under tho Australian system of voting, about tho only way to get a ticket before tho people is by party nominations. , ,jfr Much intercut is manifested in tlio '4VwitoeaJrVi.c4t5tprise.arUl every body hopes to sec it built under a mi proper ordinance. an tLoi, try tin, orpayhikSlioe Cwlianv "'"' '. ." r'i ,i. ., i now greet the Sullt- van satwie-iTce w., nu mr. . Durinu the coming session let us all, regardless of party, bo soldiers, fighting for a single idea, the pros perity of Jefferson City. Thk coming session of the legisla ture will have to re-district the sena torial districts throughout the state, which is as much as enn be expected of it in this time, and a special ses sion of the legislature will be re quired to re-district the congressional districts under the Frank bill. By the first day of January from 300 to -100 people will be employed in the manufacturing establishments outside of the prison, i i this city. This showing is somelh'ng to be prnud of. With our fine system of water works, nothing stands in the way of this becoming a great manu facturing center. Col. David Roche, who sought a secluded shady retreat in the bills of Camden county, after the advent of Gov. Francis, is in the city, and, like all the good pepple who have ever made this city their home, says be would rather live in Jefferson City than any place on earth, not ex cepting New York City. We hope he will secure a good position this winter. '.IJrlcsmcycr, as tho pioneer manufacturing shops to prison walls. It owes a gfatitudo to-the Glesecku and Its . . . i jrr t . P 'qiM.!srs. D'Otioh Vina in an iwj H MMAndwo n fi Sad l'ricsraeyqr for llkowiso establishing' shops on tho outside, lhe constant disposition of each successive legis lature to tamper with tio contract labor system is a menace and injury to the successful employment of con vict lubor and makes tho large In vestment of capital necessary to suc cessfully conduct a business therein excocdingly hazardous, Kvery citizen of Jefferson City who has resided here for 20 years, has long since dis covered that convict labor is not such a groat source of profit to the con tractors ps the Imagination of the im pecunious legislator forces himself to bcVeJlH&iile Jjvo SulHvan jjtuldlc- Tree Cotiloanv and others who are now engaged In the contract jystem have made n success of It, tho path strewn with wrecks that have been made which are four-fold as numer ous as the isolated cases of success. Take the same amount of risk, capi tal, skill and labor that Mr. John S. Sullivan alone has employed and put it in any kind of business with square labor and the results would, beyond question, be as good if not better. We hail this new move with pleasure because it is proof that intelligent square labor is profitable and more profitable than convict labor. We hail it because of the good it will do our city, and hope every felicity will be extended to them. The fiiendsof Capt. John Zimmer man are urging his name for nomina tion, by the republicans, for city marshal at tho spring election. He is a good man and would make a good officer. Either Capt. Zimmerman or Sclnrrner would run private John Holt into his hole and complacently view him while pulling the hole in after himself. Fou some reason the legislature always cuts down the appropriation for criminal costs, and each succes ivc legislature funis a deficit. There is no reason for cutting this appro priation down so as to force this de ficit. The appropriation should be large enough for the purpose, and we hope this legislature will not make the mistake of its predecessors. Trie moralists aro now exorcised over the question as lo the effect that women's work competing with men. will have on the feminine conscience. It is asserted that their sense of re sponsibility is not as strong as that of the male sex. It U urged that while they arc as honest, and pus sibly even surpass the man in that particular, that they have no sense of the responsibilities that are forced upon them by the filling of positions hitherto only, filled by men. It is cited that a shop girl will pay no at tention to tho necessities of her po rtion, that is to say, while a male clerk will do his best lo interest his customer and induce her to buy goods, the female clerk will hund down piece after piece and keep up a conversation with the other girl at tho handkerchief counter, paying no attention to her customer. This is urged as lack of inteiest in tho affairs of her employer, failing to uso ear nest endeavor, and hence falls short of the mark made by her competitor, tho mull clurk. VVhllo there may b something in .this, yet the argument implies that all male clerks are nttcn tive. which is far from true. It is a world-wide acknowledged fact that you can depend on no one hired to do a thing as well as jou can do it yourself, and this applies cspcih 11 to lhe male six. Don't bother about tho women they are proving tluir. -selves to be Just about as good as the .men in everything they undertake, nnd in many things they aro so muih butter that "the moralist might do better by duvoling his talents to some other subject. County Court. Following proceedings were had in the county couit Wednesday of lail week: Dramshop bonds of Henry Falk, Fred Knaup, J. A. Huegcl, J. 15. Brims, Frank Ilocrschcn, W. W. Wagner and W. K. Bradbury were presented and approved. It was ordered by the court that assessment book be changed from H. A. Swift Ice Co. to Usage Ice Co. j also, change from nine to live acres, and reduce valuation from 81,500 to $500, and a rebate was granted said property on a valuation of 81,000 fnr Invna rif IH'IO' The report of the grand jury was presented, read and (lied. The bonds of Charles II. Dierckx, lessor, and Sam II. Sone, con stable of Jefferson township, were approved by the court. Ordered by the court that a con tract be entered into with H. S. Dewey for constructing pavement, curbing and guttering on south side of courthouse for .'557. do. Dr. W. S. Glover was appointed coroner, vice Dr. Thorpe, resigned. The following accounts were al lowed : G. M. Maus, courthouse repair.. 81 "5 .1. II. Bruns, moving safe 0 73 L. . Goulou, hauling worn! 5 00 S. N. Scuell, mileage anil salary.. 27 00 11. A. Swift, salary 30 00 Geo. Klfton, mileage anil salary.. 32 00 W. S. D.ivlsou's salary, proscen- tlug attorney 200 00 A. V. Giinishaw, salary nnd fees county clerk 103 72 T. V. M ib'au.' expense killing glauilercil stuck 20 00 T. II. Malum, alleudlii county court 51 00 Ordered by the couit that a rebate of 81,000 valuation be granted II. J. Dullo on the west half cf in lot No. 310 on account of erroneous assess ment. Oulercd by the court that a rcbato of 83.80 be granted II. A. Swift on account of cironcous school tax. Ordere'd that the account of County Clerk A. P. Gihnshaw for making school tax book and filing as sessment book be allowed, to be paid a', the February teim, 1801. Adjourned sine die. The new court will meet on the first Monday in February. In England, the averago nu rr.be of deaths each year is 1 out of each 13 !uhabilaul3; In France, 1 out of each 32, and In the United S'ales, 1 out of eacli 81. In this country, the ratu in the Northwestern states Is one in each 120; in the Middle States, 1 in each 83 ; in the Southern states, 1 in 70; in the Gulf Stales, 1 iu each 03. Mrs. Musick, wife of Thos. II. Muslek, who opposed Hon. R. P. lilaiul in his race for congress two years ntto, was recently granted a di voro.' from hw huiharid and allowed 800 per month alimony. In his ro ply to his wife's petition Mustek t.vt'i-8 that she not only ''abused him with Iter tongue, but thnt she beat bun with material objects," etc. Vitnua Gazette, fAYlYOU HEARD flfffZ THE NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE 3STo. 209 Bast 1-Iigh Street. IIas created a big sensation among the Baiioain Hunters, nnd many Uiavo witnessed the greatest reduction in prices of goods cver before r! offered in Jefferson City. Wo buy.BAitUAijis ouly', and sell Bargains to our customers. Tho citizens of the town and surrounding country Including tho "Kingdom of Callaway" have shown their appreciation of the "DKrAOT-. mkn't Storo" bythcir liheral patronage, and our expectations have been more than satisfied. Wu arc thcrcfoie encouraged to extend our differ ent departments nud take In a larger variety und a much better assort ment in each line of goods in oider lo meet the demands. We, have new goods iu transit and arriving every day. Note the prices quoted below and drop in and ask to see the goods. r . l)C ..5c ..lie ..'in ..He 4 Doz. Clothes pins 1 Paper Plns,gund ones...... 1 pair Heel plates 1 pa. Carpot tucks 1 Xutiuci; uratcr 1 Wood humllcglmblct uo 1 lllril eago hooks 4o 1 Wire coat frames Re 1 Tea strainers ftc 1 c'ubnsscd mug 5o 1 Ghiss tumbler 5o 12 boxes Matches ue 1 pah Mens hoes Re 1 Pocket book 5c 1 Ted tiny 10c 1 SllvercU Dustpan 10u 1 koI substantial Hairbrush,,, .,,.0o 1 ti-inch Uutchir knife 10c 1 (J-bar Ouiryeninb lOu 1 chair seat. 3-p;y 10c 1 wrot Iron Padlock 10c I sheet Iron bread pan 10c 1 good stove brush lOe 1 Carpenters snuarc 25e 2 gooil Anger lllla , . , ? , . . Wo 1 silver plated Call-boll 25e 1 new style Curling Iron 25c 1 4-blad'j Pocket knife 2.us 1 Flour sitter, the best 25 1 coal Hod Japaucd 25 1 Embossed poec pot 25 1 Bit braeo. .'.. ......... 1 large steel fry nan 2 1 steel .lull lock, i kcS 25 1 wood Chopping bowl 25 1 Dover El''' beater 25 1 covered bucket, 0 (marts 25 I superior Pocket knife 50 Boxwood Ilulos, ,, ,,,.i to 23 cents Padlocks 4 to 23 " Hatchets 15 to 0 " Hummers 5 to 45 " Hand-saws 50to!)0 Iron and Steel Squares ...23 to 50 " Butcher knives.,, ,...10 to35 " Scrub bruhes 'ft to 15 f ' Spring Balance 10 to 33 " Scissors and Shears 5 to 50 " Stamped pan? 4c Spool cottons. .' 2Ju 0 do Agatn bullous , 5c Can openers... 5o 1 ihi. Cnut and Hat hooka 10c 1 half pint Funnel ' 4e 1 .Milk sklmer , 3e 1 Pepper box 3o 1 Biscuit cutter 1 3c 1 Jelly plate 3o 1 Caku cutter 3o 1 Pie -plate 3o 1 Covered Sugar bowl JOo 1 Cream Pitcher 10c 1 Half Gallon Pitcher... ! 20c 1 Tea I ct (our pieces j 40c 1 Muffing lmu..., Jflo 1 large Whisk broom i 10c 1 Nickle Plated Wrench i lOo 1 Handsome Salt Shake 10c 1 Cup and Saucer.... J 10j 1 2-Blnde Pocket Knife J lUu 1 Steel Screw driver 0 inches 10c 1 Lung handle Shnvel 10c 1 Wood Haudle Corkscrew. .1 10c 1 Decorated Chinese Tea Pot.' 'i'o I Dinner Pall, 4 qt 25o 1 Large Hatchet.... 25c 1 Toy Cart bent haudle. 25c 23e ....25 ...25c 'r l Large nesciviii kutllo....). i uai pernors umsci l to j 1 I'VatUer Duster. 1 Ladles pine (lookotbooU.. 1 MiitalleHatr brush-..' 1 Large Hand vise 1 Glass Lamp complcto l .11 ilk mil, 12 quart.....'? 1 Dish pan,l I quart , 3-Bliide Peail Haudle knife Haud-Sawlllps ..'i to 12 eeuts rape Hues .JO to lo ' Door Locks 13 to 50 " Door Latches - 6 to 23 " Knives and forks, per set.. 40 to 1)3 .Auger bits 5 to 35 " Augr hi-arcs, ,, .,,.15 to pll " Curry Comb &to 32 " Hinges and Butts 0 to 20 " ...25c ...25e ...25c .25c .25o Follow the crowe and you will make no mistake. They all go to tho New York bargain house, where nothing is offered but genuiue b.n gains. Look out for the largest pinl best variety of Holiday goods, ever before offered in Jefferson City. ja.:m::es "w zezeiicl 209 EAST HIGirl STREET. My spacious establishment is again filled up in tho most approved style, with nil the rscw Toys anil Novelties of tins progressive age. My stock, now open for inspection of Foreign and Domestic Toys and Novelties is simply Jm- i inensc. comprisinir Tin Toys, Mechanical Toys, Steam Toys, Railroad Trains, IKON TOYS, WOOD TOYS, CONDAMFNTS, DOLL CAMS, ROCK NO IIOKSKS SIIOO-FLY ifii.-nc TKICYCLKS nnd HICYCLKS, MAGIC LAN'I KKNS, BULL TOYS and CHIMES, BELLOW TOYS, WAGONS, WASH SETS, VASES 'OI LEI'S, STATUARY J.UPS and SAUCERS, ALIHJMS. SCRAP BOOKS Animal in all styles. Tea Sets in Chini, Brilania, Tin and Wood, I 'ctuio books, Manicuic Sets, Banlo and Sifcs, Sad Irons anil Stands, "ooks and Saws, Wheelbarrows and Sleds, Boys' Fiddles, Violins, Gui tars, Banjos, accordcous, Pianos and Musical Trimmings, Jews and Fli nch harps, Foot and small balls, Rubber Dolls and babies in French d dls, from the most expensive to the cheapest in the land. Drums, Fifes, Brass Horns and Watches, Guns, Whips, horse Beins nnd Stick horses, Fire wotks, Flags and Lanterns for all occasions; Come notv before lin stock is broken and feast your eyes. A word to mothers and guardians: When buying your holiday candles, buy that which is pure ; only buy half the quantity j if you can't buy a pound, buy less; but buv something which will not injuro ho health of your child. -You will find this cheap bluff exposed all over the town and for less than what" sugar can be bought for. Come and take a look at my French Mixed Candy, which I retail at 20 cents a pound. Then at my XX Mixed, also pure, at 15 cents a pound. Teachers of Public and Sunday Schools, also churches are en titled to Wholesele pricc9. It will be a lusting memory to you. A chance will he given every purchaser of 50 cents worth of toys and candies to five beautiful presents, to be given away on Cluistmas Eve. Fortunately, I have saved from 2Q to 50 per cent in buying my stock before tho MeKl NLEY HIGH-TARIFF LAW wont into Offset. I cun, iiieiuiuie, ivo my patrons ttic ucnetir ot oiil prlcav What We Do and What Wc Don't Do. Wo ndvortiso wliat.vro have to soil. Wo nlwaye havo what wo ndvortiso. Wo can nnd will givo yon moro valuo for your money than you can got elsowliero. wiiat wk don't do. Wo don't misroprosont Wo don't pull you in from tho street. Wo don't bunt you up in tho saloons. "Wo don't buy our customers with drinks. nits is oun GUIDE. Our goods, at tho prices wo offer them, will soil themselves. M. Goldman. A TnAtt t I nn.l.,1.1. a t,,l,HT t.ch anj f.trly Int.lUr'iit .nvnf .lihrr .fl,wh.t.i md anO-wril., .1.4 whn, ft.r luilrucllon.wll) work Ldn.triog.lr, Law Id ..m 1 r.. Thn.t... Dll.r. . lrlnln.lrownlw.lhl..,whmef Iri.jH-..! wlH.Ioruml.h ,h. kllu.tlm.r PHitli7rnrnM, Mlilrh ?ra nn ..m Ibil .fn.unl. M tiioit. fir ill. uii1.MMiirt.fiili nliovf. F..ll7.nd qnlrklr 1-Nm.il. I d.tlr. hot nn. worh.r rrattt t.th dl.trlct iirc.mil j. I Ii.t. air. xly uutM rnd pr.lW with .mplnjm.nl a laifj filmier, hi ar. In.klnff aar HIWO a ,f.r,.rh. I.N1TV .nn Mil I.I l. Full p.illeular. Pll KK. AildrM. at unr i:. C, ALLEN, 111. 40, Ahcii.Iii, Malm-, H. Clay Ewing, W Q. Dallm yer, rrceldunt, CAghlcr, W. A. Uallmeier, Asaistant Cashier. EXCHANGE BANK, OF .JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Poos a general banking business. Itnys and sells Domestic nnd Foreign E chance, rnri n.Mi Icttef of fnlroiluctlml nnd credit to lit various curroipondenti. Always hns money to Initn Its customers. Allows Interest on lime deposit, by agreement, and deals In tiorcrn j ment, fatatc. County, .Municipal Itonds nnd lilgh grade sccuritlfs. collections made on Kurope ' an ciiics uirci'i. w. C. Younj, Tii'sldcnt. Oscar G. Burch, castile S. M. ELSTON Si Co , General Merchandise and Jobbers in Farm Machinery, liinders Twine, &c. &c. &c. II. IjACICAMP, Dry G001U, Groceries. Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Cotilnn, Etc. 119 and 112 East High St., ons ttic ucnetir ot oiii pricas-- JEF.FKRSON CITY, MO Tl ALLIV1EYEJ1 INSURcNGE L.o-Eiisrc-2- i Tiik Statk REPunurJA'N k prepared to supiily teachers with school re ports ut 81 per 100. Bsmlt with older, . V Low Railroad Rates Jtor the nouaays- s The MIbsoiuI l'aciflo, Railway nvm.ln nil U ..! 1. I.K !,.!. fi. W. WALLENDORF. Manager, tho Merriest ChrUtmas nnll'tfio han- r. -t-' J. n i- l)icst Nuw Ycar, and taks. pleasure rue, i ui iiduu, yuiune, The following Reliable Compumcs represented : Fire Association, German American, Hamburg Hremen, Home, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Globe, People's, Milwaukee, Meohunlcs. Oakland Home, traders', Pheuix, Phoenix, Springfield Unlteil flreuietrs, western Home rOTOIilce over Thomas' Blorc, Corner High & Mudlaon Sts in offering greatly reduced round trip rates to enable them to visit their friends at anv noinl.oblljleroad, not over 200 miles dlslau'ee- TicketB arc on tale December 24; 25. and 31, and .lanuary 1, good to TetUrn' until January 10. For tiekets and oil fur ther information, apply to,y(our looal ."''SGHEIBE & PAYNE ' I I a H jt r W m. m OftflO.OO a yi U ln mnrf by John Tl. OowdMtii,lKj,N.)..tuwik tut un. Itcaittr, you mar " ,1"t oiudi.Liil ws tprj iepih yiu4,uiitly Iww I'trmn fnon I'l to Q .toy at Hia Hurt, anil inon. aa ion ro wru Hwtti itll nil. In anv iri tt intr ku. rou ati ti miui'ii. it I nir. Itiff alt your tlmr.r ajiara nMiinuta onlr la tlia work. Alt Uiirw, (. mil fl? bl lit, 6 r i rtf w'Tkr. V (art on, fumlibUf IA if I It L LA US Illt-S'.. Adir-Mi'nira. SilbU. A tO. lUUTUatr, IUUU HOU3, SIGN, CARRIAGE AND ORNAMENTAL. 805 Madison Street. GEORGE ELSTOX, Drugs and Giocciics, Express and Hail-Road Agent. Wit. DERRINGER, Plain and Ornamental Plasterer and t)3r Public Auctloncer.-tfa CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO. CI1UKCU MEKTINOS. Presbyterian, Third Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. T. A GREENUP, Post Mujler and Justice of the Peace. Piop'r Commercial Hotel. Dr. M. A. DUNLAP, Druggist. MURRAY & WEAVER, General Merchandise. A. A. CAMPBELL, General Merchandise. D. I. HATIIUORN, General Merchandise. HOLIDAY. $ A Large Variety, such as Gold Pens, Chains, Clocks, Sleovo Buttons, Collar Buttons, Carving Sets, Pins, Rings, Chnrms, AVntchos, Clocks, Castors, mkaaaaV Card BoeeiviTfl, Butter Dishes, Thimbles, Borry Spoons, Sagar Bowls, Croamow, Opera Glassos, tKnivos, Forks, Spoons Etc, Etc., Etc. ' All Which we sell at very low prices. Goods tiro nrrantcd na represented. CALL AND EXAMINE THE ELEGANT ASSORTMENT AT GEO. PORTH'S JEWELRY STORE. FirstMionalBank JEFFERSON CUT, MO. Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750. llIltKCTORS. W. C. Yoi'N, J, H. Flkmino, J. Q, Soiioit, Jksk W. 11i:nht, Jacou Tannek, .1. Jt. Kdwaiius, GKOitni: Waiineh. Do ft general banking buatnc"s. nar and sell r'nrpltfn nnd Uomcfitlc UxclmnKc. United Slates itonds nnd other securities; ncconnls rocclvcd, loans and discounts made on favorable terras, rronnit attention glrcn to all business entruitt ed to its care, D. H . McnlyieJ J. H. Diercks, rrosident, Cashier M. R. Sinks, John T. Claike, Vice President. Assistant cashier. The Merchants' Bank. OF JEFFERSON CITY. MQ. CAPITAL, . S 5 0,0 00. DIllECTOHS. 1). II. MClNTTKE, F. II . BlNUEIl, L. U. LOIIMAK, O. A. WARK. M. It. Sinks, J. R. Kdwaiius, L. D. GtutiJON, J. U. PiKCKa, Pill Lin Ott. Call Special Attention to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. liuv and sell Furctiro and UmuesMc Kschantre auddo a Kcncral Hanking ItiiBincsi. Loans nud Di sou utile mftdo on the most faoutk tCF'Qpi dTrecto'ry . ELSl'ON, COLE s,OUN"i'Y, Mo CI1UIIOI1 J1EKIIMI3. Baptist, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday: S. D. TURNER, .Physician. jl Clip in Our U JUST RECEIVED FOR THE HOLI 3D"0 WB OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS: A New Lino of Dress Goods, Tidies Ribhons, Tnblo Cloths, Host?; Dress Flannel. White Goods, Handkerchiefs, Faclnators, Hoods, GIovib, all kinds of Fanwy Articles, etc. Tho remainder of Toys mint be sold at any price to clear out our slock. "Carpets Velvet, English Body, American Body, Tapestry, 3-ply, AxtninlskT, Ingrain, Farm Carpets, Cottage Carpets, Napier Matt ing, Straw Matting, Rag Carpets, Cocoa nnd Wire MaK Oil Cloths, Linoleum, Carpet Stvcepcrs, Poi tiers, Loco Curtains, at less thou retail city ptlec9. 2r I i VlgS ! Smyrna, Velvet, Sultana, Fur Rugs, nnd Art Squares. Boots! In Kip, Calf and Grain Leather. Look at our $1' 05 boot. "Shoes I" Balmoral, Congress, Button, etc., for Men, Women and Children, a good fit, durable and prices guaranteed. Cloalts: Jackets and English Coats in Plush, Long' Clonks. Miscs and Childten's Cloaks iu groat variety and at low prices. IS-ComlortsJ Wanlats, Bedding, Trunks, Satchels, Vnllscs,&c. Don't tail lo call on us, we will give you nn eye opener on low prices. You will save money. It will pay you to deal with us. Carpets and Houo Furni-hing goods fold on the Installment plan if desirable, at the Cash House of JH. E. SCHUlsTZ. FRI DRY'S issouri 6T STILL LEADS J "CD Clotm Iob! THEM ALL FOR -a I M GEORGE POPE, Prop'r Hott-1 and Dealer in Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars Men's, Youth's and Ghildren'sGlotliing HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, Gents' Furnishing- Goods, g 1 It will pay you to call and examine his stock before purchasing else where. Don't forget the place, Corner High & Mndipon Strootn, Obomnycr's old stand. Fresh Goods and Low Prices I All Our Teas Are Guaranteed lo Pleases e?Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee, TE. PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL John T. Craven's aa THE PLAGH! for OHOIOB GrEQOHEIKS. A JOHN F. FLESSA, Miller nnd Dealer in Mill Stuff MONEY! 'cio t timid at MirlflTlIeiAf rMt. rip.il.jr and lioRcrabti;. bjr thaM f ai.htr n, vatinr ar vM.Shd In ibl OWN 1oflilfi,wbr ratal lbT lit. Anf ana rta da iha nixk. Kaar la tMnia W furalih f rtblrtf . Wa atari rou. Na ritk, T dat jrourtaara niMnanu, or all jour lima ta lb mark. Tbll m atlMlj nif lfd,and briuti eatlarful tut ct ! wrfmwlt. Ikrlaatn ara aarnluc from f II U tkO parib aal twaida aaj atn aflir Hula irriaa. tti can furalab yoa ib tm- plartnaniaatl laaci) r rnnr. Aa ipacato aiplaift bl MmHiWa rklK 'XB UK rfc CO., AlCLIIA, JOHN BRIGHT MISSES' AND iJ5il! CHILDREN'S OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo. C. KOEHLER, Dealer in General Mnrclnndlso. THEODORE SCUEULEN, Uunurul Murchandlso and Country produce. HENItY POPE, Dealer in , Fine Whiskies, Wines nnd Cigars. DONNOT'S, Osago Co., Mo, L. V. IiOILLOT, Pi.opr. v Uoniiot's.MIII Hotel aud ageut for . W. J. Lemp'a Ke nnd Bottle 'Beer. jsi ew eoqps new prices A FULL LINE OF FINE Sla-oes JTxst Opexxod. r-SOLE AGENT FOU THE 'Celebrated John Meier' G-naiEsrTS' shoes. ,aa,.ia.(lLl.i. !3ohool Shoes n Specialtj J Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere JK3rllO EAST IIIGII St. IN TENNKS81SE HOUBE.-a' jSSTLookl Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silyerware b, 20 Per Qent. Discount at MACAULEY'S, 202 East High Street, i - 'I