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STATE REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSON OITV, MISSOURI. Subscription 1'rlcc, $1.00 l'er Year. Thursday, January 3, 1805. J. 0. FISUER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month Ul 00 One-quarter column, 1 mouth 3 uU One-half column, 1 month OIK) One column, 1 month 060 One-quMtir page, 1 montli 17 00 One-lf pace, 1 mouth 32 00 pbrcouut ou yearly eoutiaets. JCovHi, B ccuta pur Hue caeli Insertion The Democratic party ia fully competent to make as groat n moss in trying to tinker tho currouoy as it made in tinkering the tariff. Financial Legislation. Tho message, of Prosidont Clevo land is tho first public document over issued by bim wherein a falter ing, unsteady stand was taken on n great publio question, It is tho first instnnco in which that creat public functionary shows a lack of courage in his own judgment re garding safo legislation on an im portant pttblic question, Tho fact that ho surrendered his judgment to that of tho secretary of the treas ury is of itself ttnliko the self willed aud domineering raan t))i)t he has proven himself to bo1 A cabinot officer in Cleveland's administration has been looked upon as a more clerk to the president. In fact such officials have boen so much so treated that tho country generally rogardod Since Mr. Springer's double somer sault ou the financial question Wash -otvi to all sudden changes as being "Spriugcrsque." Somo peoplo aro suspiciously anx sous to .cot the siienr jchbjiou DeTore con gf ess. Keep on them. Missouri River Improvements. The improvement of the Missouri rivor near Jefferson City has boen of an excollent aud substantial charao tor. If done twenty years ago it would havo assured a depth of water making navigation possible for every month in tho year. But with all the txcollont work done, and tho narrowing of the river to about one half its formor size, navigation is still impeded by roason of tho Bhallow water. This seems to bo duo to the fact that tho western prairies havo been put into cultivation, and tho rainfall that fonarally found its way to tho "UiyeJefiddy" now sinks in to the earth. Whether this be the causo or whother it is duo to U laok. of rainfall, of course, wo are unable to Bay, but tho fact romains that Somebody has predicted the early rofoiiuation of Rob IngorsoJl, because ho onco said: "I will never beliuvo in a hell until Missouri goes Republican." Tho keeper of tho senate restaur ant ut Washington has prob ably been neglectful enough to al low the supply of Senator Allen's favorito tipplo to run out. One of ex-Speaker Reed's Donio cratio admirers says tho reason hu has such a hold upon Republicans in that ho nlwuya believes iu doing something, which is complimentry both to Mr. Reed aud tho Repub licaus. Mr. Cleveland shoots much better at ducks than at it good currency system. Iu fact, ho seems to know just about as much about the last named subject as ho once said ho knew about tho tariff "not a d u thing," Thomas 13. Reed of Maine is certainly giovting in fuvor us the probable Republican candidate for the presidency. Ue is a louder among mon and a statesman of un tarnished character, lie is wedsd to no idols, and will bo acceptable to the masses of the people. For "tune seems to-be favoring him. If Mr. Springer aud Secretary Carlislo expect their substitute cur rency bill to satisfy tho public they aro doomed to disappointment. Tho substitute is a slight improve raent on tho original, but it would have been difficult tohao made it othorwiso, Senator Shorman has offerod his sleeping-car bill as an amendment to the railroad pooling bill recently passed by tho house. It is a good thing, and tha senate ought to push it along. The sleepiug-cjr com pauies need restriction, particularly as to prices charged. The Legislature. Tho legislature of Misssouri for tho seoiiou of lSUo has perfected its organization and is at work Much is expected of" it. Much moro pethapb than they will bo able to accomplish. If tho policy dictated by conservatism is carried out, only good legislation will result. The party cannot bo tho vehicle to put into motion all reform doctrines nd ocated by people who believe iu upsetting all old theories and lawn. Revolutions o'nly bring about great and important changes of govern ment So- long as peace prevails, the people will not tolerate laws that curtail tho liboitios of the peo ple. They expect legislation not for pnity but for citizenship, regardless of creed, political convictions or color. There are many laws on tho statute books that need remedvinc. and much good work will roqniro the attention of the legislature for its seventy days session without wasting time on unprofitable ques tioos aud such ns can not bo molded into laws. Missouri rivor year after year. Of courso, it may be due to the fact that it bos been especially dry, and that the uo,va havo been light with in the last six or seven years. Cer tainly tho improvements of the river are snch that navigation would no loflKor be irauoded iLtl nmouUlUl Water supurf-WBio presei them iu tho light of adjunots to cam : there seems to bo less water in the out the law of thochiof fountain head of authority at Washington. Tho surrender, therefore, by the presi "it to Secretary Carlisle is nothing moro thutt v-uuiessioi qf h8 r.rm lack of confidence and 'anility to formulate n financial scheme that will prove a solution to tho present lttnjincotyiHMtUtoiti-"u -lis 'UtiutV tainty does not stop at tho Whito House. It reaches tho housos of congress, whore tho financial measuro has landed, and is now be ing discussod. Men who ore or dinarily well informed on publio sub jects, exhibit such a lack of sound financial knowledge that their in competency to pass upon such legis lation is indeed apparent to tho whole country. guarantee that the factory nillturn out first (Ins? stuff. The 'factory does this, but the auent docs' not guarantee a sale for nil the rnniitu faotureil guniK The result Is that all tho canning factories in Indiana to-day are loaded to tho guards, with very little pros pects of unloading more than one half of their stock, unless they dump it at a loss on the market. Tho av erage canning factory will turn out 1,000,000 cans pel annum. Tho sixty two canning factories will turn out over 60,000,000 cans this season. There Is not a newspa per in the state that Is not picturing the beauties and glories of a canning factory, and unless tho fever is speedily checked Indiana alone will bo equipped with enough canning factories to supply the market with canned goods. The work of cstab llshing these factories is In the hands of the same ire-. ,!!& sowed the etcamery throughout tho state. 38TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SPEAKER RUSSElL H$ Ws Mom fasted hy the Caucus By o Unnnimas Vote, 4 I 1 111 . I MU iMIMMiMMLi.B'mMiiif kiiMi ill i ' in" Ths County Court. The county court consisting of Judges Schell, Holrah aud Taylor havo surrendered their offices to tho now judges olected on tho sixth day of November last. In rotiiing from tho position to which the peoplo electod them wo believe that wo voice tho sentiments of the peoplo whon wo say that the judges of this court Wednesday. The thirty-elglit goncral assembly met at the capitol at 12 o'clock on Wednesday noon of this week. The house of representatives was called to order by secretary of state Les ueur In obedience to the law passed by the last legislature. 1'ioinptly at the hour of twelve the secretary of state rapped and called tlu assem- havo given very general satisfaction ' ulcl members to order. Prayer in tho discharge of their publio duties I was offered by the Rev. Goo. Wil and -hot they have faithfully done 1 iason of the Presbyterian church . that, which in their judgment, they TuB Mext ort,er f business was believed would be for the best interests the election of u temporary speaker, of the whole iieonle. Iu commending Co1 "'"'"gcr of St Joseph nominated Hon. B V. Russell of Crawford C6unty won a mo a sign d victory In tho republican caucus o i Wednesday evening. Ho was presented to the caucus by Mr. J. 13. Sponger of Sullivan county, very ably. Second ing speeches were inado by Moran of St. Joseph, flotuwell of Pettis and others. The name of Mr. Bit tcnger was not presented to the cau cus. Mr. Moran In hi? seconding speech, announced that Mr. Bitten gcr wonld not be a candidate. Mr. Uothwell's name was presented but that gentleman withdrew In a neat speech in which he seconded the nomination of Mr. Russell. Dr. Tubus of Osage also seconded the nomination, and on motion of Mr. llotliwell Mr. Russell was elected by acclamation. The chair appointed Mr. Uothwelt of Pettis, Ur. Tubbs of Osage, aud Mr. Bittinger of St. Josoph a committo to escort Mr. Russell to th chair aaKing tue momocrs oi the caucus for the honor conferred upon him. lie was frequently applauded and and the speech delivered was one of Wis best that has been heard in that bouse for many years. Mr. Mueller of St. Charles was nominated speaker pro. tern, by ac clamation. Mr. Kitchum assistant chief-clerk. II. L. EaiW was nomi nated engrossing clerk. J. P. Collier of Christian county was elected enrolling clerk. Mr. Pountaine of Moniteau was elected door-keeper. For sergeant at arms J. O. Eldridge. Sum Keller was elected as official reporter and Rev. E. B, Lytlo for chaplain. I 2 1 ' LIT J t Lz? Lai Modern Woodmen. The meeting of tho convention of tlitt Modern Woodmpn of Amer. ica in this city was quito goneridly attended. It adjourned to meet ngaiu nt Moberly, December 27, 1805. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Floren. Tho report of tho committee on creden tials and premanent organization was presented. Mr. E. O. Bnrkhantl of Mexico, Mo , was inado perma nent chairmotn. S. D. Cbnm berlnin ot Ibis oily pormnnont secre tary; Assistant chairman, G. W. Schweer of Windsor, Mo. Door keopcr, G. I. K. Crawford of Droxol,. Mo. Tho following officers for tho en suing year were elected: Grand Vunoroble Council, D. L. Thornton! grand worthy ndvisor, K C. Burkhnrdt; most oicellonl banker, S. C. Emmcrson; grand clerk, E. Lewny; grand sentry L. Mi'.fid; watchman, O. A. Davis. Tho organization U only two years old anil tho'o aro now J30 looal camps with n total member- 2yPUuM20Q .in Missouri.. their successors in office-Messrs Dnllo Hlston hihI Barker wo believe that justico demands u word of approval to tho outgoing court. There aro many duties that confront members of tho county court that aro not al ways pleasant and ngreeablo, and men being human, are bound occas ionally to err. Wo believo the new couit, being fresh from the people and all of them new members, will prove efficient, capable public ser vants. They havo tho capacity and tho courage to do right, which is tho tiling most uoedod in positions of this character. FOR CREAMERY SUBSCRIBERS. Too Many Canneries. Dr. Pettijohu of Linn count. ; the nomination was seconded by Mr. Tatuin of St. Louis. Mr. Drabellu put in nomination. Mr. Davidson, on behalf of the Democracy, whose nomination was seconded liy Mr. Moore of Mississippi. A rising vote was taken, and 72 votes were counted in favor of Dr. Peilijohn and -18 in faor of Mr. Davidson The next order of business wus the election of a temporary chief clcilc. Mr. Davis nouiiiiatul Mr. Moisey of Wuircn county, hIio made the race for congress against Champ Clarke two years ago. There were no other nominations and Mr. Mor sey was declared the temporary chief clerk. The Secretary of State appointed Col. Bittcnger Mr. Tatuin aud Mr Prof. J. U. White. ! I It lias been given out author (lively thai Prof J U White will sever his connection with the public schools of this city at the end of his term. He will seek a broader field in tho same line of his work. The many friends of the professor will lie surprised and disappointed and should hu leave us the good wishes of the community will go with him. A bridge across tho Missouri river at tho state capital would bo something that every citizen can be proud of. Because it will bo some tliiuL' but few cities ot like size will ever bo ublo to secure. It will cer tainly bo a monument to our energy and progiessiveness. J no purilication of tho ballot is one of the safe-guards of republican institutions. A uumbe-i of ballot-box stull'ors, and jepeaters havo boen in dieted in St, Louis and Kansas City Tho extreme penalty bhould bo in meted. A government of law can only continue where tho fountain power is puro, Tho Lexow investigation iu Xew ion; Lity is spreading its wing-. over other fields through other agon cics. Iu a number of the largo citie.s preachers nio bobbing up who envy the reputation of Dr. l'urkhurst. Ti dal waves of leform probably do bomn good, but iu gieat cities it is imposs ible to stop tho wheels of vice for many months. The so-called Carlisle bill has boon bittorly antagonized and torn to pieces by financiers from nil sec tions ot tho country. The inti mation therefore, that tho president contomplatos calling a spocial pes. sion of congress that is to soy- call n mooting of tho newly elected congress has npparnntly somo foundation iu fact. It now looks as if tho country nood expect notli ing satisfactory in tho shape of financial legislation from the prosont congress. It is to the Republican congress, therefore, that tho peoplo must look for legislation on this great publio question. They have always been equal to an emergency and this wil hot, bo an exception An Indianapolis .special to the Chi cngo Record says: Five years Hgo ti syndicate cstab 1 lishccl creameries throughout Indi , ana. The coucorns were scattered from Lako Michigan to tho Ohio. In each placo tho aent succeeded in raising n considerable amount of money. It is averred that of al these creameries ettiblished but one is in operation nt this timo, The farmers who wero induced to put their monoy into tho concerns do clnre they wore swindled. It is said that Indiana was not tho only state workod by the creamery scheme and that altogether the mon behind the schemo made spvernl million will always till the heart with pride dollars. Tho creamery craze has anci so ueautity tue thoroughfare and been followed by tho canning factory Gov, J increase tho valuo of property that I furor, which is " now at its height, chuir. mo amount paid will not lie lost. Within tho pout two months dozens Jefferson City i, the capital of tin-, of these establishments havo scat state. As such it owes something 1 tered thoroughout the state. Thero to t'no people, and the stiangers who wvio sixty two ot them in operation visit hem. In addition to this, they during the iur-t season, and there owo something to themselves, which I nro between twuntv fiv n,,,l fmtv hould mean they aro ready and will I iu couiso of construction at the Street Improement. We sincerely hope that the time is not far distant when somo active bteps will be taken towards tho im provement of Main street from Cherry to tho capitol gates, and when this improvement is made it sepms to us that the citizens owning the property on that street could well ufford to have tho improvement made with asphiiltmn. It is true that tho ex pense will bo considerable, but on tho other hand, the improvement would bo of such character that it reiiijoiin to the clialr. Un assum Ing the gavel, the doctor stated that he would not set the example of mak ing a long speech. Hu thanked the gentlemen for the couitesy shown and called the next order of business. Mr Fred Buelirlu wos nest nominated for temporary seigeant-at-arms by Mr. Bolhwcll of Scdalia, mid was duly elected. Dr. 2ubbs of Osage oouuty thereupon offered resolutions that the list of representatives as certified to the House by the Secre tary of the state be lead and the members sworn in according to the list, which was adopted. Thereupon the house pioceedud to swear Iu the newly elected members. In the senate that body also per fected that organization. Lieut. B. O'Meara occupied the The new senators were duly sworn in, nuor wuien a motion was Germania Hall. .Following out the time honored custom of giving a Sylvester evening ball, the Germania club did not do part from the rule this year. While tlit' atrair was not so elaborate as on Mooru atj.a oomm.tUo u, occort-Dr. j-l'---i(,r occasions the Uiuiutiers of the cliib and those invited enjoyed the festivities in a manner highly gratifying to themselves. Governor's Reception! The reception at the Executive Mansion on the evening of New Year's day was one of the most largely attended in years. All of the newly elected members and sen alor.s present paid their respects to the govurnur and Mrs. Stone. Light lefreslimenls wero seived and later dancing was Indulged in. The otll cers of the Governor's military staff were present in full dress uniform as follows: Adjt. Gen. A. J. Wickhain, Gen. Frank J. Lutz, surgeon general; Gen. Richard Home, Lieut, Cols, and Aid-de-Camps Paul U. Moore, Scott J. . Miller, A M Hough and Harry Gulns- ,......, t n . . presented by S nutor Veater of Pet. uB,,n.o. u. wiqioriqi tue eiauj ui inry. ueii, jinuii nioore, nuu me followh.g officers of the Kir,t regi- ing to show thnt thny possess n feel ing of prido for their city that can not bo sin passed by that of any other town in the country. Tho citizens ot Main street huve spent nothing on that thoroughfare for twenty fivu or thirty years. It is true tho btate, under legirlutive act, agreed to keep this street in repair, but the peoplo havo hud proof sufficient that tho state will do nothing in tho line pronii-ed, ami that they thc'm.sehos must take hold of the subject and handle it iu tho manner demanded present timo. The, rapid Increase in the number of these factories is due to the plaus ible representations of men who make it a business of locating them. They go intu a community, mnko ar rangements with the local newspa pers to picture the largo profits ac crueing to large stockholders in a concern of this kind and the bene fits di rived by farmers who raised produce for the concern. By g uiei they show Hut thu av. rage fanner can mike off an acre in lais ing pioiluce for the cunning factory Ih in hu can make off tenaensbj pursuing methods followed by thu aveioge farmer, They gel the fanners and business men interested, then propose that a committee be appointed to go to a factory that is in active operation Iu order that they may see for themselves the practical wot kings of the scheme. A committal appointed to accom pany the agent, he paying railroad fare, hold hills und being exceed lugty liberal with cigars aud other Incidentals. Ho U careful to take them to an ebtajli.hliicut that Is sure to give them a favorable im pression. The I exults arc that the committee returns, home and makes a glowing rcpoit favorable to the es labllshuieiit of the Institution pro posed. Tile Looks are thon onened In Now York when they wish to and stock is subscribed, generally In convoy an idea that" n man bad u shares of 100. In some Instances poor Christmas they wiy "ho had n farmers have boen so interested that lummany Christmas." u mf dipeu of t.ieui subscribed J enough stock to build a factory. Iu McELnEr8W,NE0FCAPDiiito,wi.Ka,,ML Instance the agent of the firm Republican Congressmen BanquetoJ Eight Republican Congressmen elect, Messrs. Claikc of the First district, Crowther of the Fourth, Hubbard of the Eight, Trcloar of the Ninth, Harthold of the Tenth, ,oy of the Twelfth, Kaney of the Thir teenth and Moscly of the Fourteenth, wore in the city yesterday, and c.ilied upon Chairman I'd ley, of the State committee. Later In the evening they accepted an invitation to an elaborate dinner given by Mr. Filley. Several leading Republicans of the city and slate wcie also p esmt. The event took place at Jos. A Klelz. kei's, 5 18 Washington avenue, The latter is n member of the State Com mittee. Globe Democrat. lis county to the effect that the cer tificates of election of the now sena tors be handed to the committee on elections of the senate. This motion created tome discussion, but was finally adopted. The republicans will causus to night and select the permanent offi cer" of the assiiuhly. All indication's point to the ejection of B. F. Russel as speaker. Try BLACK. on A'JOhT t, u for DjBpeptta. mcnt of Infantry of the National guard of Missouri: Col. Edwin Batdorf, dipt. H. II. Hlnloti, Chas. W. Holt camp, Theo. Schuitz and 0. W. Bar slow, l.eiuts. G. B Wobbler, E. Mur phy, Jr., E U Kreidler and J 'A Bur gee, and First Lieut. Jss L Johnson of Light Battery A. Col. L E Irvine of Kansas Cdy was also present. The attendance Included all of the official and social lire of the city and numerous visitors. OFFICIAL NOTICE OP TUB WORLD'S FAIR AWARD TO Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. John Boyd Thacher. Chairman of the Executive Committee on Awards at the Col umbian Exposition, writing from Washington, D. C, to the Price Baking Powder Company, says: " herewith inclose you an official copy of your award, which in due time, will bt inscribed in the JJifloma, and forwarded to your address, unless ether, vnse mdtcated by you," Thus are the honors awarded Dr. Price's Baking Powder at the World's Fair fully verified. . it On the other hand the claims to awards at the Fair by a New Yotk Baking Powder are proven wholly false. Official records show it was not everwan exhibitor. Was it because, it contained AiWnU, W4 L. Snldow, the well-known ex-representatlve from Hickory county who served one term in the stats senate, and who for sixteen years was a member of the house of representatives, is in the city, and a candltate for sergcant-at-nrnis of the house. He Is hale and hearty and Is welcomed by his many old friends In Jefferson City. The best wishes of every or,o who knows him go with him and we hopu that he may secure the odlco for which bo is a candidate. Road Convention. A convention in the interest of good roads wil! meet in this city on the tenth in9t. Lcvi .Cliubbuck. secretary of the state road improve mcnt association, is in the city mak ing arrangements for the meeting, It is expected Gov. Stone will ad dress them. Tho purpose is to se cure legislation for better roads. Capt W. H. Feagans, of Macon, is a candidate for engrossing cleric in tlie next assembly of the Missouri legislature. He is an old soldier and one of the finest accountants In the State. Ho is eminently compe tent and Is a gentleman of sterling character. -Trenton Tribune. Sr WINE OF CARDUI. BToulc for Women Professional and Business CARDS -OF- JEFFERSON CITY, MO. ATTORNEY8. J. C. FISHER, 200 East High Street. F. E. LUCKET, 200 East High Street. CONRAD WALDECKER, 103 West High Street. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. OSCAR G. BURCH, 124 East High Street. DANK3. EXCHANGE BANK, 204 East High Street. (See Advertisement.) FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 124 East High Street. (Sco Aurertiieuicnt.) BOOKS AND STATIONERY. HUGO MONNIG, STATE STATIONER, 225 Madison Street. FRED ROMMEL, 118 East High Street. COAL AND WOOD. L. D. GORDON, Olllco & Telephone, Llnhard'a Store. OROCER8. JOHN A. LINHARDT, 22G East High St. JESSE W. HENRY, 114 East High Street. 8TOVL8 ANO TINWARE. DANIEL GUNDELFINGEE, 125 East High Street. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. A. J. BAUER, 132 East High Street. HOTEL8. 11 FEW FACTS For sensible peoplo who aim to save money, Colo County Horticultural Society, Tho Colo Couuly Horticultural society will givo an entertainment in Jefforson City, Friday night, Jnu'y 18, 1805. Refreshments, munic and an entefesting program' will bo among tho ploasaut features of tho entertainment. J. W. EowAnns, President. A, J. Davis, Socrotury 4 MONROE HOUSE, W. W, Waunkb, Proprietor. Cor. Monroe and High- its, 0. II. Board is hero representing the St. Louis Stnr-Sayingi, nu even ing Republican journal. Mr. Beard oombinos tho novel feat of parachute jumps from n balloon in connection with his canvassing, but is not duiu tho parachute act at this time. He informed us that hu hoped to reach this city with his balloon next sua son. Prcf. Board bus proven him sen to Do tue most successful air navigator iu tho United States . James Houloy, one of tho old cit izens of Cole county, who h:u rosi dod near Hickory Hill for n great many years, diod ut his residence on Fridaylast IIo was about 70 years of ago, and was o well-to do farmer. The funeral took placo on Saturday, LOW PRICES Are the most satisfactory features at present, BY VIRTUE OF VALUE, UY THE POWER OF PRICES, Wo expect your trade during tho month of De cember. We must rcduco our stock and we offer Clothing for Men, Boys & Children From 25 to SO per cent. lflSS than, jcgnW prices during the month of De cember. We havo tho BEST $2.00 SHOE FOR MEN IN LACE and CONGRESS Ever offered for that price. Every pair war ranted to give satisfac faction. Everything in our stock will go at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES "GLOBe" . -4 SHOE & CLOTHING 127 HOUSE, E. High Street. C. CZARLINSKY, I. SEIGFRIED, PltOPKIKTOn'. Manaqeu. sajvitc ebcus Throws Light ON T11U SUUJI.CT ItEUAIUIINQ THE Best Place to Get Christmas Gifts My nmv- ami fmelom cHablt-liiuent Is again tlttecT up in uio mei unproved slyle, witti all the new 'Joys and Xuveltles of this prugren-lvo acu. My Stock new onull for IllKlieet Inn In Ine m,,v 1 1, ..... stoiy glnss front 'Bnz.inr, No. 107 Kast llti St., v. . w.wk mm iiMiii-Miu lujs uiui iN ovemes is Immense, compiling Tlu Toys. Mechanical 'ioys, Steam Toys, ltallroml Trains, Iron Toys, Wood Tovs. Tool i;lieM. Dull ftahj. lt,.oLl Horses and Shoo-l'ly Itoekeis, Wagon Tricycles and Uleyeles, Mugic l.antenn, Hell Toys and Chimes, Uellow Tojs, Animals in all styles. Tea Sets in Cliliiu, IliUuuhi, Tht and Wood, Wash Sets, Vases, TolIet, .Stuluary, Cupiiiud Saucers, Albums, Scrap dookf, l'leliire Itooks. Manicure Sets, Hunks und Miles, Sad Irons and Stiuids, Bueks and Saws. Wlieelbarromt and Sleds, Hoys' Kiddles, Gultuiti. lltinjos, Aeeoidhius, l'lano and Musical Trlmuilngs, Jews und 1'iench Harps, Foot and Small ltnlU, Ittibber Dulls aud liable In French Units, Drum, Kites, llrms Ilonii and Watches, Onus, Whips, Homu Ilelus and Stick Horses, Fireworks, Flags and I.aiiterus lor all occasions. In new g.inies for pailur amusements I have Disco, Haliiia Jtinc a I'eg. Tiddledy Winks, Jack Straws, So-9o l'.ulor (Jroouet, Game V&if Seven Sleepers, I'l.inelietlii. Oulja, Panic iu Wall Street, Douiluos. Chess, Chujker.s and Ulce. Como and heo the Kellpse I'liuto Outllts, from 82.50 to 83.00, with which, yon e.iu take picture A Warning to Mothers - When you buy your UlirUmi H U.rulle l) sum and buy tb.it which Is absolutely puro and tree from r.iri upi, Uiili isj or otlmr adulterations. We sell plalu Mixed Candy ut per 10.. u.U Riuuy Frj.iua Mixed at lflo per Ib.i Slick Candy at So p-rlO. Churches, "pibllo aud private schools are eutltled to v ttulu-.iUi rates. C.mu c.uly and see the irriadest display ever witnessed In Juffu.'Seii City, Iu my new aud eliM'it building. No. 107 K, High Street, where two ilojrs aro stocked to ovc-rlljwluK. A No. H. 1- 107 E. High"St. Andrae IISriEG-IKOIRIisr HOtTSB. rililii J- .Sift Saloon and Boarding House. FRED SESSINOHATJS. , Having just oponed my now roHort on Dunklin BtreoVl am prepared to supply my custoinuis wiih the very best Wines, Lhiuura, Cigars, etc. and have also added a Wagon Yard, where teams will be looked after. My hotel Is Orsi-class, and my tablo will he nupp!led with the very best the market affords. Farmers will Und this one of the must pleasant place in the city to stop. Give me a trial and you will always be a customer. Weals and Lunch can hu hul ul any and all hours, day or niirht. Free Lunch every morning, and also on Saturday evenings. WE WISH ALL CHAPPY AND PROSPEROUS- JM EW YEAR.. Schuitz Dry Goods and Carpet Co.