William WHITE was appointed overseer of road district No. 2, Tp 42, range 6 E
Proof being adduced that taxes for “82 on ?????? had been paid, same were stricken off the books.
Committee from F. & L. Union, consisting of Charles WALDRON, R. G. MORGAN, George MONRO, J. A. TUTTLE and R. McCORMACK, presented the following:
To the Hon. County Court of Jefferson County - At a regular meeting of the Farmers’ and Laborers’ Union, held at De Soto on the 24th day of April, 1890, a resolution was unanimously adopted, requesting your honorable body to loan the public school funds of this county at the
rate of six per cent, interest per annum, and we, the committee, appointed by the organization composed of a majority of the farmers of this county, besides many engaged in other occupations, respectfully ask that the prayer of the petition be granted.
After deliberation the court made the order requested.
Thomas WELSH was appointed Justice of the Peace of Valle Township, to fill vacancy caused by the death of Henry ROBERTS.
A. F. HOFFMAN & Co. were granted license to keep a dramshop at Silica.
Responsible citizens of Meramec township, having subscribed $?? towards repairing the road near Pacific bridge, the court appropriated a like amount, to be expended under supervision of Owen McCOURT, the overseer.
Taxes on ? sw, sec 35, tp 39 r 5, were compromised for $3, on lots 1, 2 and 3, block 5, C. C. FLETCHER’s addition to De Soto, at $10, on $6 acres, east part of southwest frt qr. sec 41 tp 40 r 5, and 21 acres, north part southwest frt, sec 12 tp 40 r4, and lot 4 of survey 392, were reduced in valuation to $75, for years 1886 to 1889. Valuation of lot 8, block 76,
Treasurer was ordered to loan school funds to Joseph THOMURE, $450 AND W. P. WILLIAMS $1000.
Petition for new road from south side of Meramec River, in s12 t43 r 3, at what is known as Bald Hill Ford, thence along eastern line of William HOWELL’s land and on his land to an old county road; thence in same direction and on his land to new county road leading from LaBarque
creek, a distance of three fourths of a mile. Commissioner was ordered to survey same and report next term.
Petition for new road at point in county road on east line of survey 13??; thence north on and following a road now used between the Sarpy lands and P. BYRNE’s to Jacob DIEHL’s; thence east to D. BONACKER and Wm. BARLEY’s lands; thence on said road through lands of F. FRANK and G. BAUMBACH, John OBER, H. BOEHLING, H. KREINBEISTER and F. TIGHE, to
intersection of county road in S23 T43 R4. Commissioner ordered to survey and report at next term.
Petition for new road from a point on public road, near residence of Ephraim WILLIAMS; thence southwesterly across lands of William HOLDINGHAUS and W. S. JEWETT; thence between lands of said persons to George BENNETT’s northeast corner; thence south, along BENNETT’s east line, to his southeast corner; thence southwest across lands of W. B. JEWETT and Robert STEWART, to near JEWETT’s residence; thence south, along line between sections 31 and 32 and 5 and 6 to survey 163?; thence to Festus, near R. C. MOORE’s crossing of Crystal railway.
Commissioner ordered to survey and report at next term.
Permit was given the Town of
to loan school funds to Charles WALDRON, $????, E. S.
MANESS $200 and Peter STROUP $650?
Place of voting in Bowles’ precinct,
Interested citizens, having subscribed $150 towards repairing county road running west out of Kimmswick, court appropriated a like sum, to be expended under supervision of U. S. WELLS.
Petition for appointment of overseer of Festus district, continued until report of election in said district is received.
Resignation of F. C. LUCKEY, as Constable of Joachim township, was accepted and Oscar OGLE appointed to fill the vacancy.
Report of inquest by Coroner BRUCE, over body of a floater, was approved and feebill of $15.75 allowed.
Account of LOVING and SOMERS, for guarding Bob COLLIER, was not allowed.
~The following demands against the county were allowed~
Chas, HEMME, furniture for Circuit clerk, $40.90
J. J. HOEKEN, goods county farm $15.53
J. J. HOEKEN, goods courthouse $4.15
J. J. HOEKEN, repairing gravel rd $234.??
Wm. DOERR, work on gravel road
George D. BARNARD, stationary
Mrs. LIVERAU, keeping pauper
S. P. McKEAN, keeping paupers
S. P. McKEAN, keeping insane
S. P. McKEAN, sewing for paupers
W.R. DONNELL, county clerk
W.R. DONNELL, secreter B. of Eq.
W.R. DONNELL, cash for freight
J. B. DOVER, road hands
J. B. DOVER, road commissioner
J. B. DOVER, member board of equalization
James HOPSON, same service
Henry SECKMAN, same service
T. A. CHARLES, same service
Andy L. FRECH, taking pauper to county farm
R. W. McMULLIN publishing
Sylvanus GRAY, nursing pauper
James HOPSON, county judge
Henry SECKMAN, county judge
T. A. CHARLES, county judge
William DOERR, road overseer
Mrs. RODGERS, pauper
F. J. SHEIBLE, county treasurer
Thomas MERSEAL was ordered loaned $500? school funds
Commissioner ‘s report of survey of new road, from intersection of Kimmswick with Lemay Ferry road, northeast along Rock Creek road, through lands of N. ??????, H. Sch??, Peter CHRIST, Robert P???, ???? MOIL?, G. ZIEGLER, and
The clerk was ordered to request the various ??? ???? ????? of miles of public ??? in their respective districts, so that the ???? ??? may be apportioned. As soon as said reports are received, the County clerk is to make the apportionment.
Road overseers were appointed the follows:
G. W. McCORMACK
Peter R. GALVIN
John H. MORSE was cited to give new bond to school funds on or before first Monday in August, William BRACKMANN one of his securities, having died.
Order made allowing persons, who are appointed to superintendent disbursing money appropriated for road building, $1.56 per day.
Taxes for 1877 and 1878, on sw ??, s ? tp ? r ?, and on nw ? s ?? tp ? r1, compromised for five dollars.
SHEIBLE presented paper redeemed by him, to wit:
County warrants, $?,??0.74
Invest certificates $??.??
Witness fees $??.??
District warrants $?, 710.70
Overseers’ receipts $2.00
Which were cancelled and he credited with the amounts.
Quarterly statement of fees by County clerk, showing $686.71 received and $150 paid for clerk hire was approved.
statement of fees collected by the Circuit clerk, showing $???.?? received and $50 paid for
clerk, was approved.
Resignation of Leopold BERRESHEIM, as Constable of Rock township, was accepted and John NOLAN appointed in his stead.
Contract of A. K. BOYD, for constructing 2108 feet of Plattin and DeSoto rock road, was approved.
Commissioner reported that A. K. BOYD had completed ??? feet of Plattin and
Commissioner reported that A. K. BOYD had graded 350 yards on Plattin and Festus road, and he was paid therefore $57.
Taxes for 1890 were fixed as follows: State revenue, 20 cents on the $100 valuation; State interest, 10 cents; county revenue, 20 cents, dirt road, 20 cents; debt fund, 20 cents; total, $1 on the $100 valuation.
Court hereupon adjourned to 7th of July, next.
[AD] At Net Cost! All goods in the store will be sold at net cost, on
account of change in business. HAMEL,
The first strawberry festival of this season will be given by the ladies of the Episcopal church, at the Opera House, on Friday evening, 10th inst.
game of baseball in the city this season was played on Sunday last, between the
Brotherhood and Lily clubs, both of
The F. and L. Union have purchased the remnants of D. F. RICHARDS’ s stock of goods, and have opened a store at the same stand lately occupied by Mr. R.
D. F. RICHARDs’ eldest son, aged about 13, accidentally shot himself in the hand with a pistol, one day last week, inflicting a severe, though not dangerous, wound.
The Democratic club met last Friday evening and elected new officers, Pat LOVETT being chosen president and Tom WELSH vice-president.
Mrs. A. F.
PECK, of this city, died suddenly last night of apoplexy at Iron, where she was
visiting. The remains were brought to
AUBUCHON, a brakeman living in this city, was run over and so badly crushed
at Jefferson Barracks, last night, that he died
today. He leaves a wife and several small children.
Sylvester A. WILSON departed this life at , May 2nd at Festus. He was bedfast with lung disease since January 29th, and was in bad heath for some time previous. His last three months were days of suffering, which he bore with rare patience, finding, as he reportedly said, more
comfort in prayer than in all else, in which he spent much of his time for himself, his beloved wife and aged parents, cheering them and directing them to Christ and heaven as the only home. He was nursed with untiring effort and devotion by his wife and people, who now morn his loss, but rejoice in the assurance that he is free from pain, at home with God. He took a clear-minded adieu from all a few hours before he died, and asked them to meet him in heaven, where he would remember them until they came. He and wife joined the Presbyterian church about three months ago, and gave evidence of sincerity and trust in God in his affliction. May God abundantly comfort and support his afflicted companion, who rejoices in the assurance of meeting him and their child gone before, where sickness and sorrow are not known. A Friend.
~Deaths and Births~
The following is a list of the deaths filed with the County Clerk the past week:
Date Name Age
Feb’y 12, Mrs. Geo. WILKERSON -----
May 6, ------ McCORMACK, 3 months
May 25, Mrs. Thomas PATION?, -----
April 22, James O. WILLIAMS 74 years
April 11, James PHILIPS 70? years
April 3, John WRIGHT -----
April 13?, Mary JONES ?2 years
April 24, Mrs. Jacob SMITH 74 years
April 16, Frank WYNN, 15? years
April 15?, Adam DEAL?, 56? years
Dec 6 John WALKER, 73 years
Date Name of Mother Sex
Dec. 22, Mrs. John OEST?, boy
Jan’y 3, Mrs. Walter AMEREAUX?, boy
Jan’y 15?, Mrs. Chris BERGMANN, boy
Feb’y 6, Mrs. Henry LEYHTER, boy
Feb’y 18 Mrs. Eugene BUTLER, girl
Feb’y 25, Mrs. Harry HEART, girl
Mar. 2, Mrs. Joseph VINYARD, boy
Mar 3, Mrs. W. F. EDINGER, boy
Mar 10, Mrs. W. H. WONDER?, boy
Mar 20, Mrs. E. L. ROBERTSON, boy
April 7, Mrs. Julian SHERMAN, boy
April 12, Mrs. B. F. ENGLAND, girl
April 16, Mrs. William A. SMITH, boy
April 23, Mrs. George REISELAGE?, boy
April 27, Mrs. Sebastian KOHLER, boy
April 26?, Mrs. O. H. DONNELL, girl
May 2, Mrs. Herman HEILIGTAG, boy
small farm in all the counties of
[...] estate of John P. LOLLAR? [...]
Benjamin. LOLLAR Administrator
William ? BITTICK, Sarah BITTICK, and E.? ??
[...] property of Henry T. MUDD?, George R. STEPHENS? and William W. GILL
Mary Noce, John Barsotti, Olivia Gray, Thomas Gray, (others can’t be read)
~Items of News~
For cheap good go to HOEKEN’s Cash Store,
Burns, cuts, etc, can be cured by using Dr. Hoffman’s Golden Ointment.
medicine, etc, go to the Opera House Drug Store,
Go to the Opera House Drug Store for any thing you need in the way of standard medicines, perfumery, etc.
Mrs. MIDDENDORFF, and Miss POSH?, who have been
visiting H. SIEMERS, returned to
Said he to her: “Get a 25-cent bottle of Dr. F. TRANDT’s celebrated Cough Drops and stop your cough. Sure cure.”
The finest assortment of perfumery and toilet articles, at the Opera house Drug Store.
G. W. LANHAM has got a copyright on his system of penmanship, and will have his books in circulation at an early date.
Beware of fraudulent imitations in Dr. HOFFMAN’s Family Medicines, F. TRANDT’s are the only genuine.
A sure cure for nervous headache - Dr. F. TRANDT’s Indian Healing Liniment. For sale by all dealers.
Barney WYNN lost his fine mare with distemper. Mr. CRAEMER and Louis PARTNEY also lost some horses with same disease.
Bargains in Millinery and Notions,
for the next sixty days, at Mrs. PRIMM’s,
We carry the best men’s and boys’ shoes in the county for the least money, at the Square Deal Clothing House.
fell from a load of hay, near
children’s suits from $1 upwards, at the Square Deal Clothing House, DeSoto,
Men’s and boys’ hats, in all styles and shapes, at reduced prices, at the Square Deal Clothing House.
Licensed to marry -
Lou McNAUMAN and Martha B. DUTTON
Samuel H. WASHBURN and Susan M. WOODS
John W. SUTTON and Julia M. PASHA
Jacob F. D. MUGELE and Paulina O. MUGELE.
For a full
line of first-class ladies’, gents’ and children’s shoes - sold at bottom prices
- go to
Mr. Louis PARTNEY, carried last week “an awful big black eye.” He was cleaning out his orchard, when a limb struck him a violent blow, closing up one optic. The sight will not be injured.
Commercial Exchange in
of riding can be seen in
If you want
a lifetime-lasting roof get the
latest improved spring hoe grain drill and wheat fan go to HACKE’s Agricultural Depot,
Medicines have been satisfactory to me throughout my practice, especially Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral, which has been used by many of my patients, on of whom says he
knows it saved his life.” - F. L. MORRIS, M.D.,
Check your cough by using Dr. F. TRANDT’s celebrated Cough Drops only 25 cents per bottle. Best in the world. Every body keep them.
Wanted - A
girl for general house work. Good wages for a competent person. Apply to Mrs. M.
Pains in the back can be gotten rid of by one, application of Dr. F. TRANDT’s Indian Healing Liniment. Ask your dealer for it.
Wanted! Wanted, 25 men, to work in quarry on
That tired, debilitated feeling, so peculiar to Spring, indicates depraved blood. Now is the time to prove the beneficial effects of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. It cleans the system, restores physical energy,
and infuses new life and vigor into every fibre of the body.
wanted to work in clay mines; steady work at 1.25 to 1.40 per day. Also one or two men with small families. Address,
needing anything in the line of Saddlery, Harness,
&r., are invited to call at my store, as I am making a change in my business
and selling out everything at net cost. H. HAMEL,
The DeSoto fishermen, whom we mentioned last week, brought back a lot of fish. Through the kindness of Max FROMHOLD, who was of the party, we have been permitted to handle a specimen of their catch. It is one of the largest and almost dried herrings we ever saw.
Saddlery and Harness are now going at cost
at H. HAMEL’s,
Plows, Cultivators, Corn planters,
Corn drills, Reapers and Mowers, and other farming implements, all of the best
make and at lowest prices, at Henry HURTGEN’s
Rev. J. W.
HARWOOD will preach in
For sale at a bargain a new Rundey? thresher
and Buffalo Pitts engine, in complete running order. Thresher
run only a part of last season. Address, Wm.
??HL? or Henry H????, ?????,
Judge DINNING, on the Circuit court bench, looks very natural.
Judge PIKE, representing the railroad company, and Mr. TAYLOR, the famous damage lawyer, are the only attorneys from abroad that we have noticed in court.
cheap, 2 full-blooded
WEAVER, Presiding Elder of the
Riding, walking and tongueless cultivators; also the best mowers and
challenge the binder world to meet me in a field contest. For sale, cheap, at
Methodist conference, in session in
Farmer’s and Laborers’ cooperative store in
Our stock of men’s and boys’ clothing is complete for spring and summer wear. Give us a call if you want to save from 10 to 20 per cent on any purchase you make, at the Square Deal clothing House.
of change in my business I am now selling my whole stock of goods at cost. Those
wanting anything in the line of Saddlery and Harness, should call at once. H. HAMEL,
Judge SECKMAN is hoeing his blackberries and preparing to plant them.
William CHRIST is building a new frame house. Henry BONACKER is the carpenter.
Charles ROLF is reported sick, but not serious.
George STAAT? was seen riding towards Kimmswick, one day last week, and then he walked towards Maysville.
Mr. George FRIEDERICH closed his school on the 21st. Everybody was well pleased and the director employed him for next term. If you desire to hear music, come to Seckman P.O., some night and be convinced that it is excellent.
Strawberries are somewhat damaged by the heavy rains, but we will have some berries yet if Jack Frost will not steal them.
William SCHWALBERT is planting a large patch of strawberries and does not intend to raise any more wheat after this year. Jim Jam
phaetons, surreys and every style of earrings, made to order on short notice if
not ion hand, by F. HACKE,
It seems that some meddlesome person has reported to the post-office department that A. M. CALLAHAN, who carries the mail between here and Ware P.O., employs a blind man as mail carrier, who, when Dry Creek is a little swollen, is afraid to try to cross. The person who is guilty of such malicious meanness is getting mightily low down. We all know Mr. CALLAHAN’s condition and know that his efforts, to make a living for himself are very commendable, and his services as mail carrier are entirely satisfactory to the patrons of the line. During two years there has only been one failure to cross Dry Creek and deliver mails promptly, and that was on the 25th? of April inst. On that day Mr. CALLAHAN’s deputy, Louis PIERCE, went with the mail. He was born and raised within two miles of that ford of the creek and seeing it was past fording, did not attempt to cross. That is the only failure in two years, and no man in the county could have made a better
once, housekeeper; single or married woman, without children; can give
employment to husband. Family small and a good home to a
deserving woman, and good wages. References required. Address. H. W. DOUGLASS,
~Kimmswick, May 12~
Sunday morning was very cloudy, but about it cleared off nice.
The brass band and a large crowd went down to Glen Park to spend the day, and all had a good time.
Our Sunday school will have a picnic on the 31st, in BARLOW’s yard.
Mr. EDY and
lady of DeSoto, Harry LOUIS and Edna McCREERY of
Dr. SPALDING has again opened a drugstore.
Mrs. HARLOW, who has been very sick, is fast improving.
On the 28th the Public school will have a picnic at Park LOUISBURG. The brass band will furnish music for the occasion.
Capt. STEWART has moved into Mrs. PIPKIN’s house.
Harry HALL and Charles HENSLEY spent Sunday in town.
Miss Nannie RICHARDSON, of Maxville, was visiting here.
The young men are talking of organizing a baseball club.
MOSS spent Sunday in
The Young People’s Meeting is improving. They meet every Sunday evening, at . I don’t know what would become of them if it was not for those Sulphur Spring’s young men. So I say to them don’t miss, for if you do the meeting will fall through.
WILLIAMS, the strawberry raiser of near
During the remainder of this season Capt. W. H. WASHBURN will keep his lots, two days in each week, at LEPP’s old stand, near COLE’s Mill. Please take notice.
‘Tis strange, ladies will go on month after month suffering from some female disorder, which one bottle of Dr. DROMGOOLE’s Female Bitters would speedily correct.
meeting, last Saturday, the G. A. R. post of
We defy competition on our 5, 7, 10 and 15 dollar men’s suites in prices, quality and fabric. Give us a call before buying, which will be to your own interest, as a dollar saved is a dollar made. Square Deal Clothing House.
this month at K. P. hall, the hall now used not being large enough to accommodate the mass Democrats of this vicinity. The present membership is 55, but under the management of the newly elected officers I hope to report to you in the near future three times that amount. Pat LOVETT is a man who never fails to make a success of anything he takes hold of, and with the assistance of the officers now in charge, DeSoto will be alive with Democrats before Fall. J. J. McCONNLEY, Sec’y
pretty wedding took place in
C. A. CRAFT
and Mrs. Frank RUSSELL, G. W. COLLINS and lady, C. L. HOGG and lady, Ed. MURDOCH
and Miss Fannie LETCHER, Eugene HAILE and Miss Fannie CRAFT; next came the
ushers, Messrs. WARD, JOHNSON and NAGEL; Miss Sallie LETCHER, leaning on the arm
of Mr. CAVE?. Miss Anna CRAFT and L. PEERS, followed by bride and groom The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. WILLIAMS, after which the bridal party were
driven to the residence of the bride’s grandmother, on
~$2500 Worth of Property Cheap~
For sale at Public Auction in the Town of Hillsboro, Jefferson Co., Mo., May 17th, 1890, property in the Town of Victoria, as follows: One grocery store with two living rooms overhead and cellar; also in the same day will be offered one new dwelling house of 4 rooms and cellar, within 14 feet of store, to highest bidder, for cash or good security. Plenty of good water and shade on lot, which is 70x105? feet. No encumbrances title perfect. A grocery store badly needed there.
~Crystal and Festus~ by Damphool
A heavy storm passed over the twin cities last Monday night. It shook up one camp considerable, and the rain fell in torrents. No damage was done.
???? good authority I may state that the depot of the narrow gauge
railroad will be built on
I went to
see Mayor ADAMS yesterday to inform myself of the healing progress of his
injuries, inflicted on him by Pete BARTON last week.
I have heard some very favorable comments on the new wood-preserving oil, now in store and for sale at R. BARKER’s carpenter shop. BARKER, being a first class mechanic, detected the superior merits of the fluid and, therefore, applied for the agency. Real estate owner, who prefer
to save time and money by saturating all wood work exposed to weather with this oil, would do well to give this new preserving material an impartial trial.
cities seem to be destination of vagrant and destitute people of late,
especially since the narrow gauge is built. Last Saturday an unfortunate
demented cripple - a woman - was seen on the streets of Festus, begging from
door to door. Next day she entered the house of Mr. HALE just west of the city,
and there was taken with a severe epileptic fit. Mr. HALE called the attention
Saturday George FLINT and John SCHNEIDER, of
We have another departury in town. The former proprietor at KINNERMAN’s? sharp corner is practicing veterinary doctorism. As an experiment he bought a horse from the present owner of the corner and that was fatal - not to Frank but to the horse. Frank counted the teeth and it had ????? so he concluded it was nine years old. But the blasted “hippa?” caught the belly ??????? and Frank had cured many such cases by pouring a quart or two of moonshine whiskey down the patient’s throat and thinking what is good for man is good for beast, he poured a quart of NNY? down the nag’s throat. The nag turned its eyes, laid down and died. And now we know why some fellows say “this whiskey is strong enough to kill a horse.” Frank can not understand yet what the other fellow meant by telling him that he knew the horse for 23 years, but never saw it take a quart of ????.
tonsorial artists - some call them barbers - are bad
musicians, that is true, but they could beat St. Peter on the
whistles well corked, they started on a fishing tour the other day, down Plattin creek. They were happy and tooted the whistles many times on the way, and that made them happier. WILHELM took a conference with the fish and plunged in, but only said damit, and when he came up he was
wet and they tooted the whistle again.
Then they found an oyster bed and fed on a dozen raw, and whistled.
~List of Conveyances~
Filed with the Recorder during the week ending on last Tuesday:
F. C. SMITH to S. W. CRAWFORD at al interest in 12 acres, ?? 3 t39 r4
T. A. JAMES, to same and same
Catharine LYNCH to Geo. GANSNER, 59? acres, s12 tp, r6?
Oscar WIELANS? to Alex and Peter McARTHUR, 114a, s55 t41 r5
J. W. NULL et al to J. W. NULL, JR., 89?acres in survey ???
W. H. H. THOMAS to J. W. FLETCHER, two lots in DeSoto
CANTWELL, to E.F. DONNELLY, lot in DONNELLY’s addition
Peter BILLY to Wm. H. PLASS, lot in Festus
The regular term of the Jefferson County Circuit Court opened Monday, Judge THOMAS being absent, Judge DINNING was elected to hold the court. D. B. VEAZEY and John H. REPPY are attending to the clerks duties, while Sheriff MAUPIN is assisted by P. A. MARSDEN and Ed FORREST.
The grand jury got to work by , Monday. It is compounded of W. J. FITZMORRIS, as foreman, and W. H. CASE, Charles H. WINER, A. H. MOORE, John I. R???L, Oliver CROMWELL, Jr., John ???, J. F. SHANNON, Hudson HENSLEY, Louis JEUDE, Henry VIVRETT and William SWABERT was summoned in place of Philip HINK, excused.
Several cases were compromised and discussed, others continued and venue changed in some, so that comparatively little work was done.
BROUK, John W. HUSLAM, Martin PAPOLIK, John ONJE and Chas. KARTE were made
citizens of the
Change of venue will be granted on application of defendants in the case of James F. NICHOALDS and Alex M. FOSTER against the Crystal Plate Glass Co.
The KEIM-RATHBUN case, which has been tried tow or three times, was compromised and dismissed, each to pay a portion of the cost.
~To the Public~
14-year-old boy, George W., having left his home, I here-by notify all that I
will not be responsible for any debts he may contract, nor will I claim his
wages, but will permit him to make his own contracts and earn his own living,
and will not be responsible for debtor bills or any other exposes on his
~High School Notes~
of the school are quietly discussing the question of building or acquiring
school property at this place.
[AD] Carbolineum Avenarius,
[AD] Jefferson County Bank, George BAKEWELL and O. M MONROE.
[AD] Otto Bicycles, E. C. MEACHAM Arms co.
M. STANEY, “In Darkest
Charles SCRIBNER’s Sons, Apply to S. F. JUNKIN &
[AD] The Directors of the Farmers and Laborors
Cooperative-Store, For the
[AD] Albert H. HAMEL, Physician and Surgeon
[AD] The Jefferson Hotel
[AD] Mark C. JENNINGS, Insurance Agent and Justice of the Peace
DORRANCE Portrait Studio,
[AD] Commercial Exchange, by Max FROMHOLD
MOCKBEE House, (
[AD] Dr. DROMGOOLE’s English Female Bitters
[AD] Southeastern Sample-Room, F. A. KAIN, Prop.
[AD] Mrs. PRIMM, Leading Milliner
[AD] MILLER Bros.
[AD] Ed. L. HUNTLEY & CO.
[AD] Cas. Edw. TURNERS,
[AD] Look Here! Go to E. Donaldson’s Best Jewelry
[AD] The Gust HAMEL Mfg. Co.,
Bees! J. B. DOVER,
Consumption Cured, W. A. NOYES,
[AD] Dr. DROMGOOLE’S English Female Bitters
[AD] Crystal Plate Glass Co’s Store, Crystal City, Missouri
[AD] Cunningham and Hamel’s, Mercantile Co.,
[AD] Chas. E. ELLIS, General - Merchant,
[AD] Louis GREVE’S General Store,
and Feed Stable,
[AD] F. S.
HENDERLITE, attorney at Law,
Southeaster Sample-Room F. A. KAIN, Prop.,
G. C. WRIGHT,
William KNORPP, General Grocery,
[AD] Frank J. HAMPEL,
& NASS, Wholesale, Grocery,
AuBUCHON & Son, General Merchant,
[AD] Slawson & Ki---, Hardware,
[AD] H. MOEHLM, General Store
[AD] Before You Buy a Steam Engine or Boiler, Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Ind.
Tree Brewery Co,