Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909, August 11, 1899, Image 4
1 Altera Long Illness Oswald Guth mann Passes Away. Ilixl lli-cii 1)1 I'.ir a .NiinilxT of Montlm Willi m ('uiiipiicHt Ion of DiiM-ttat'M Krou) WbU-li II Wm a Urnnt SaTrer Fun eral Ntnrelny T 1 0 A. AT. From Thursday's Dally. Oswald Guthmann died at hi8 home in the First ward at S:.'?0 o'clcek this mornlnc niter nn illness of several months with a complication of diseases IIo wan first nfllicted wi th r houmatism, but lator ppiti'il trouble and consump tion set in. IIo had been bedfawt for . tho pant fourteen weeks and had been a great suflVror. In H'.)2 Mr. Cuth matin sustained i n jurion In tho Bur lington shops which has since necos Bilateu me use oi ciinos and Ooen a Croat annoyance. Last winter while on hie way to work he had tho misfor tuno to fall on tho icy sidewalk and from that time dates his l.iet illness Singularly, both of thoso accidents oc curreu on a Lriday, and for tho past several woeks lie lias expected to die on Friday. Last Friday was his forty- fifth birthday and at different times ho has remarked that ho believed that would be trio date of his demise, but ho lived within a day of another week F. K. (iuthmann, his brother, the members of his family and othor rela tivos wero at his bedside when the final summons caino and ho passed peacefully away. Deceased was horn in Baden, South Germany, August 4, 18 )4. He came to America with other members of the family in tho summer of 1K71, and worked at the bakery business with his brother, F. Ii., and later enguirod in the bakery business for himself with pood success. Associated with his brother, Fred, ho built tho Perkins house block in which they conducted a hotel for some time, finally dispos ing of the building to F. It. C!uth mann, the present owner. In the year 18H; ho moved with his family to Louis villo, at which place ho was in busi ness for live years, then coming back to I'lattsmouth nnd entering' into the employ of tho Burlington railroad company at tho shops, whero ho has since been on gaged when able to work. lie served a number of terms as as sessor of tho First ward, was a member of the Woodmen of the World, in which order lie was for a long time clerk, was a member of the fire depart ment and an honorary member of tho Turnverein. He was a man of many good q ual ities and had many friends who join with tho relatives in mourn ing his demise. In October, 1S7(!, ho was united in marriage to Miss Lizzie Hi ppel, a nd as a result of the union two children have been born Conrad and Mary. Besides these a brother and three sisters survive him F. Ii Guthmann, Mrs. Peter Kauon, Mrs. J. V. Week bach and Mrs. B. J. llenipel Four brothers and one sister proceeded him to the other world. BRIEFLY TOLD. C. A. Marshall, Dentist. Cigar clippingH, .HO e nts p-r pound at H. Spies. Shinn's cafe and fruit stand, Perkins houso block. Ico croam paeked for picnic parties at Hollowav's. Tho funeral will be held from tho Catholic church, of which he was a member, Saturday at 10 a. m. , con ducted by Father Carney. Drowning at Klin wood. J ho following special giving an ac count of the drowning of a young far mer residing near Klmwood is taken from tho World-Herald: "Will Myers, a farmer living about two miles south of this city, was drowned in Kunz's fish pond this oven ing about o:.JU. Myers, in company with about a dozen other Germans, were at Kunz's park, about two rr.ilos northwest of town, cleaning it up preparatory for a Sunday school pie nic, and before they returned homo they went in swimming in tho lake After swimming for awhile they all started home except Myers and Rev; Weigert, tho German minister, they remaining in the water a littlelonger As Weigert got out of the water he turned around and saw M3"ers go down out of sight. Weigert jumped into the water and tried to save him, but his efforts wero in vain, as Myers went down tho last time before ho could bo reached. "Weigert then ran and overtook the boys, who had gone on ahead, and they came to town and got hooks and fished the body out. Myers was about thirty years old and leaves a wife and two children." The Deinocrntic Primaries. I he democratic caucauses were held in the various polling places in the caunty last evening for the pur pose of selecting delegates to attend the convention at Greenwood August 17, at which time delegates will be se lected for the judicial convention. The contest was between II. D. Travis and Judge B. S. Ramsey, the friends of the latter claiming to have captured all the wards of this city ex copt tho Third, while the friends of Mr. Travis claim the outside pre cincts. Tho fight was quite spirited in this citv. Woman's Club Meeting. A business meeting of tho Woman's club was held last evening at the home of Mrs. James Ilerold, and notwith standing the sultry evening consider able business was transacted ana a pleasant timo spont, thanks to the kindlv thouirht of the hostess who provided a refreshing punch bowl. the contents of which were much appre ciated. Tho location for tho club meetings for tho ensuing year, and other important business, was deter mined. Much interest was shown by members present in tho success of tho club and satisfaction expressed at the excellent prospects for the coming sea eon. Quickly euro constipation and ro- huild and invigorate the entire nyKtoin Lever gripo or nauseate DuVitt' Little Karly Risers. V. U. r ncko u kak A new thing an extension step ladder at Ebinger Hardware Com pany. Mound City paint. All colors. Best on earth. A. W. Atwood, tho drug gist sella It. Tho Lbinger Hardware Company carry a full lino of the celebrated Lauden hay tools. Attend thereviv.l meetings at tho Methodist church. Interesting speak ing and good music. A. W. Atwood, the druggist, has just what you want in wall paper. I'lattsmouth Telephone zl. uruir your oread, cake and ice cream of Holloway. Telephones, Ne braska 80; Pb.tUmouth, 70. Full lino of Quick Meal gasoline and Blue Flame oil stoves at Ebinger Hardware Co., :it. reasonable prices. l)r V.. C. Dean, dentist, 40!), 410, MeCugue building, northwest corner of Fifteenth and Bodge street, Omi.ha. Tho Platttmoulh boys who went to Murray yesterday to play ball defeated tho club of that town to the tune of 12 to 10. For S ile A Hemington typewriter, No. 2. Is in good repair and has been used but little. Inquire at the ollce of C. S. Polk. Telfer & Sheppard will mow your lawn better than you can do it your self. Won't cost much. Nebraska telephone No. 7'J. James L. Walker,' a conservatory graduate, instructor on piano and or gan, also in voice ouliuro. Rooms in the Rock wood block. First Church of Christ, Scientist, will hold service at 11 o'clock Sunday in Fitzgorald block. Subject, "Mind." All cordially invited. Sheriff Willinm Wheeler took Mr-. Carl.F.isonhut to Lincoln this morning. His daughter, Pearl, went along to help care for the woman. The "Gut lleil" o-cont cigar has an a viable reputation among smokers. Union made. For salt.- by all dealers Otto Wurl, Manufacttii er. Ballard's Sumv 1 iiiiin'iit give- in- Stttiil rt'lieT in cn'.i-s ! ill .ed i ng, bu CDs, bruise-, ealds,i-iil.-,. r Price - nnd fUc. F. G. Frit A- . Try t!in SLii' bran.; . kinp.iliis Better wear, b.-ticr m. r.- combo t, more vabir-; cio I, nu mure ill. in inferior good. Sfi rent-'. F ! I vi-,. Anton HudiCek ha- opened ;i tailor shop over Muigan's c othing tore. All work g uaranlt d satisfactory. Special attention 1 i t-pairi iil'. Platlsniou tn i. keoun as the bust cigar town in ilm state of Nebraska. There are a number of brar d-i made in the town, one of tho best of which is tho Fxquisito, manufactured by II. Spies, 304 Main stieot. justice ircner toaay issued a war rant for tho arrest of William Barr of Eagle, who is charged with threaten ing to fill the person of one John Fro lich with cold lead. Sheriff Wheeler will bring him to this city on his re turn from Lincoln tomorrow for hear ing. Where the digestion is good, and tno general powers of tho system in a healthy state, worms can find no habi tation in the human body. Whit Cream Vermifuge not only destrojrs every worm, but corrects all derange ments of the digestive organs. Price c. F. G. Fricke & Co. Robert Propst today received a new 13-horse power steam engine with which to run his threshing machine It is the Russell make and weighs 12.900 pounds. He purchased it of a Council Bluffs firm, who sent an ex pert down to get it started, after which W. M. Thomas will take charge of it, Tho town of Farragut, in Fremont county, Iowa, is reported to hare been entirely destroyed by fire last night. Nisrht Operator L. E. Karnes of the Burlington saw the light, but thought it was a dwelling burning just across the river. Night Yardmaster Key nolds was over at Pacific Junction during the night and was informed that the town was on fire. Henry Boeck, who, with his wife, has been visiting in California for the past three months, writes that they will start for home on August 16. The illness of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green's little child hastens their home com ing to seme extent, and it is also thought that Henry longs to get back in the old familiar haunts. It is pretty sure that he will thick more of Ne braka when he returns than ever be fore. R.chura Barr and E. B. Pei ry went out to the Four Mile on a fishing ex pedition yesterday and returned with the largest fish (stories) of the season. Sou-.o of the fish measured fully three inches in length, but the stories could only bo measured with a yard stick There is one thing they did get plenty of and that was roasting ears. They brought enough corn to last them sev eral v-e?ka. JOHN A1IL PASSES AWAY Had Been III With Ilhcumatlsm For One Week. hk Wfll t-lo iHriniT arid Kcjoy l the Confidence of a Large Circle of Friend f uneral to Take Place San day at 2 P. M, The many friends and old time ac quaintances of John Ahl were shocked today to learn that he died at an early hour this morning at his borne two miles east of Louisville. He was known to have bee a ailing recently, but his friends did not know his illness had become of an alarming nature. He was taken down last Monday and had grown gradually worse until this morning when death ended his suffer ing. The cause of his death was rheumatism of tho heart. Deceased has been a resident of this county for many years and was known as a straigntforward citizen who had many friends. By hard work, coupled with his well-known business sagacity, he has earned a good 6hare of this world's wealth, owning a number of good farms which are well-stocked. He was sixty-five years of age and lie sides a wifo leaves seven children, all grown, to mourn his demise. 'The funeral will be held from his late resideuce Sunday at 2 o'clock and interment will be made in the Wal- radt cemetery. I'KKSONAL A! KM KIN, Black was an Omaha was a visitor in CALLS TAXPAVKlt" DOWN. Wabash, Neb., Aug. 7. Editor News: The party who signs himself "P.. x, .. txr-i u vri- i j.(iAjttjcr, v aua;u, imu., lias bleu fit to reply to my article in your paper of last week in answer to his. He says I am a republican ward heeler and cannot do anything else but defend re publican practices. I did not know I was defending republican practices when 1 spoke a word in justice to Judie Ramsey. I believe a person wiiting'for a newspaper should not get personal unless he can provo all his statements. As "Taxpayer" has si;eu lit to slur me about my taxes and my business, I will ju t toll a few things that may interest him. Now. lux payer" does not reside at Wa- barb no closer than Weeping Water, ami I doubt if ho ever paid a dollar taxes in bis life, and if ho will look at the records he will find 1 paid at one time $li0 in taxes. He says I am a re publican ward beelo". Now, Mr. Edi tor, which is worse to be what be claims i am or bo wh it be i? hen he was selected chairman of lhi re- lorui lorces convention, ami wune me convention was taking a recess to wait fur tlie Ol.oe county delegation, he got so di uiik bo could not net. No, Mr. Editor, I presided as chairman of a re puiiiican county convention ami my menus were not called on to upotogi.e for me getting drunk, and dm not have to get some one else to fill my place. He eays tho present judge has to look to republicans for his defense. That is not true, but I will not keep still when I see "Taxpayer" serving as a cat's paw for a Plattsmouth lawyer to slur our proc-ont judge. Such demo crats and populists as George To wle, Ed Dorr, Jim Clark, William Burk, Jolin Newman, Louis Foltz, in fact the whole reform forces out here, con demn the attacks made by "Taxpayer" on our judge. Why docu ho not publish them in this county? Why go to Saunders county to get his articles printec, unless it is because they are too dirty for reputable papers to print. He says for me to bunt my hole, get a govern ment license and pay 1x13' taxes. Yes, Mc. Editor, I pay my taxes, I had a government licenso and sold refresh- mants, ana laxpayer nas stooa up to my bar rnanjT a time and bathed himself in my refreshments, as he sees fit to call it, and if he would call around and pay the balance he owes I would appreciate it. The editor of the Saunders county paper claims to be a populist, but a re publican oould not say meaner things about populists than he says about Governor Poynter and the state flsh commission. In fact it is hard for him to find a pop or a democrat pure enough for him to support. Henry Hempei and J. P. Rouse are the only ones pure enougn to get nis nearly support, and they can tell how much it cost them. I never had a friend go ray security and then left him to pay the note of S1,0C0. It is true he has the pop instincts of repudiation. Now, in conclusion, I want to refer again to that B. & M. tax case. When Taxpayer" was attacking the court Mrs. S I). visitor today. Mrs. 11. N. Dovey Omaha today. - M. E. Manspoaker made a business trip to Omaha. Mrs. Nellie Agnew visited friends in Omaha today. Frank Buttery made a trip to Om aha this morning. Mrs. Thomas Kempster and Mrs. II. J. Helps were visitors in Omaha today. Mrs. (ieorge Poisall and little daughter were visitors in Omaha to day. G. N. LaRue f Union was circulat ing among his Plattsmouth friends today. Jason Streight of South Bend is in the city visiting his sons, II. J. and O. M. y Lee Kirk patrick of Nehawka was attending to business at the court houso today. Frank Alschuler and wife departed for their home in Chicago today after a pleasant visit in this city. Mrs. Mury Kirkham of Denver, widow of tho late Henry Kirkham, is in the city visiting relatives. Miss Gene Marshall arrived home last evening from a two months' visit with rekitives in Indiana and Iowa. John Eon and wife of Bloomington, 111., are in the city visiting with the former's nephews, Ike and Steve Cecil. Mrs. R. O. Fellows and daughter, Laura De, went to Kansas City this morning to spent Sunday with friends. Mis Hattie Walker of Lagrange, la., arrived in the city this morning for a visit with her parents. Perry and wife. Mrs. LI. C. Smith and two daughters of Kansas City are in the city visiting with the family of J. F. Hinshaw aud other friends. Colonel Daniel Burria, an old time I'lattsmouth citizen, was in the city to day on his way to Omaha, having been down near Union visiting his eon. George. Mrs. M. A. Street arrived homo last evening lrom Durango, Colo., where she has been visiting her daughters for the past two months. She reports a most delightful trip. Charles Ends and wifo departed thjs morning for Kansas City whero the foi nier will "-onsult a physician, he hav ing been tolling poorly recently. From Kansas City they will eo to Den ver to spend a couple of weeks. Their 1 1 1 1 le iatigliters will remain hero in the care f 1 heir gi a nd mother, Mrs. 1 i ver. uuiiiiuimuuiuiimuiuiijiiuiiuummu FOUR FACTS The dcinnnd tor Jewelry now niul this (all will be Urge. S Our stock of Jewelry is tlie most complete in the city. 3 The person who buys of us Rets what he wants. We apply the (iolden Rule to ererv phase of eur business we do with you at wt would Ilk to be done by. John T. Coleman, ..JEWELER.. Second door South f PostoQIce mTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt REPORT OF CHICAGO MARKETS Straw and Crash Sale ! H at Hat Following is the range of prices on the Chicago board of trade today, as furnished by M. S. Brlggs, commis sion merchant: o . OPTIONS S S" N Wheat Sept 9Si Dec 7H May ', Corn Sept 304Cj5J Iec Wi May Oats Sept 19VJ Dec 195, May 21 J Pork Sept 8.22 Dec 8.27 Lacd Sept 5.17 Oct 5.25 Short Kibs Sept S.95 Oct -. 5.97 X r o a 71 4 7S4 2K6K 19 8 27 8.32 5 25 5.27 5.00 .VOn 71 i 74ft 30V4 28 ie4 iti'i 8.15 8 20 5.20 5.15 5.92 5.95 TOM 2H4lJ 2VJ4A 1S 19W 8 25 8.30 5.25 5.27 5.00 5 05 of the hats These we than cost. RAILROAD NOTES AND PERSONALS W. D. (Posey) Messersmith, the veteran Burlington switchman, has been off duty for several days, the ex treme heat having laid him up for re pairs. The depot force state that ho is afflicted with a disease known among switchmen as "hipo" which in English means tired feeling, but this report cannot be confirmed. J. N. Tidd, who is employed in the supply department at the Burlington shops, had the mipforture to break a fingor whilo handling two heavy pieces of lead. It will be some time before he will bi able to go to work. JUST NOW is when you will ap preciate Cool Headgear, and JUST NOW we will close out the remainder of our Summer Hats at Cost. Some of the boxes have been broken in moving and some slightly damaged, will sell for less Other Summer Goods we will sacrifice to make room for our New Fall Stock. 6. E. W6S60tt & Son REMEMBER... We Are on the Corner. INTERESTING COUNTY CULLING. TOWN OF WABASII BUILDING UP. Notice to Vomii Club. Mrs. Thomas Kerap&ter, correspond ing secretary, and Mrs. James nerold. troasurer, will be at Herold's store on Monday evening, August 14, to receive membership fees and tnvo member- bhip cards. Tl ose who have not paid j their fees for the ensuing year are earn'Htlv requested to call at the store on that evoning.that their names may bo ready for the year book. Kunick S. Fklloyvs, President. Ico croam flavored with extracts, 25 cni per quart at UollowayV for what he calls judicial robbery, why did he not cill attention to the county commissioners and city council of Flattsmouln. 11 tne oeeision was wrong, why didn't thee people take the case to the supreme courtr The railroad company got out an injunc tion to keep the city and county from collecting taxes on property in Platts mouth which it claimed was on the right of way. Judge Chupman avoided tho responsibility of deciding the caso after he had tried it and turned it over to Judge Ramsey for a decision, and it seems that the officers representing the taxpayers of the county were so well satisfied with the judge's decis ion that they did not appeal it. Now, Mr. "Taxpayer," the next timo you writo an article give the facts and maybe you can find a home paper that will print your article. Mike Cave v. Krallicn Committee Meeting. There will be a meeting of the re publican county central committee at Weeping Water on August 19, at 1 p. m. All memoers are nereoy noiineu to be present. M. M. BCTI.EK, Chairman. Tub News prints tho news. aiikt- Ciivry Siiyn It. AirM To Iteroine St't'oml Town In ('km ('onnty Wahash, Nek, July 31. Editor News I ear Sir: Permit mo to caU yoir attention to tho fact that Wabash is fast becoming tho second town in Cass county. We now have two tele phone systems, which enables us t6 talk with almost any town in the county or state. New buildings are constantly being erected the new store building will 90on be completed and tho new blacksmith shop is now under good headway. The M. P. station here is the host grain point in the county. J. b. Kichey, our hustling grain man, has sold his elevator to J. W. Station, who will continue to pay the top of the market for grain. You will also find a very genial grain buer in the person 01 Joseph Tighe, who handles thousands sf bushels of grain every week. IJ. T. Squires our good-natured blacksmith, is always ready to do a first-class job of blacksmithing. H. Dattman carries a large stock of dry goods and groceries. S. Hulfish ia always glad to please the public with groceries, drugs and hardware. lie is also our honored postmaster and is constantly ready to make folks happy. Our hotel simply can't be beaten. There you can get as fine a meal for twenty-live cents as you can get any where else in the state for fifty cents. Mrs. Dettman is tho landlady and those who aro fortunate enough to have an opportunity lo et a meal at her labie are lucky indeed. That great b'g, j 'lly, whole-souled man whom they c ili Murtin is the liveryman He is always at hii post for busiue.-s. The one thing thai Wabash really needs is a li-st-cluss bank. Anyone seeking a loci..lio!. for a bank could not fiad a belter !l..oe in Nebraska than W,.b ;sh. We have two chu ches here the Methodiot Episcopal and Baptist. In fact, we have eveiything which goes to make up a pleasant home. And now, Mr. Editor, when you and your wife go out for a drive, come over through Wabash. You will find the roads over this way almost equal to the pavements of our larger cities Aud while 3'ou are in town, bear in mind that trie writer has town lots for sale very cheap. Mike Cavey. Clippings From County Kxi bungei Dished Up for "Newn" Readers. From the Weeping Water Republican. T. Frank Wiles, one of the promi nently mentioned candidatesfor county judge, was an agreeable caller at this otlioe Friday. Frank is a good fellow his worst feature being that he parts his name in tile middle. Mr. Matthews completed his con tract on the mill building Monday, and it is now ready for the machinery, which is arriving. The building is a very strongly built structure of wood and stone with an Iron roof. It is four stories high including the stone base ment. The engine room is to be of brick and will be built as Boon as the boiler is in place. Samuel Good ale and Misa Blanche Elliott of Green wood, were married on Wednesday of last week at Lincoln. They came to Weeping Water and visited with the groom's sisters until Monday when they returned to Green wood where they are now at home to their friends. We know Sam to be a fine young man and worthy of the handsome and attsKctive young lady who has become hia wife. Last Sunday while sitting on his lawn reading a newspaper, Dick Mc Nurlin felt something alight on the back of his hand and bite or sting him. Thinking ii a fly he brushed it off without looking at the insect, but al most instantly the back of his hand be gan to itch, and in about an hour it be gan to swell and give him consider able pain, and on Monday the arm was swollen to the elbow and Dick said his hand felt as if the skin would burst if he should try to close it. It was better Tuesday morning though badly swol len, but Dick went to work on the job of lowering the floor of the old Haller building. He says the sting felt about like the bite of a horse fly. It has been suggested that the resi dent members of the late First and Second Nebraska regiments would be the proper persons to take the lead in getting up a reception for Lee Stoner on his return. There is no time to be lost and we hope the boys will look favorably upon the suggestion and get things in motion shortly and then call upon the people, who will be only too glad to aid, for any assistance that may bo needed. Another thought right here and that is that Eugene Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pierce of Victoria is a member of the First, and he should by all means, as a resident of the vicinity, be counted in and share the honors as guest of the town with Lee Stoner. A Few More Iron Beds I of Those .eft.. With Mattress and Springs Comploto for 5 .. i Beautiful Line of Bookcases.. Just received Come in and prici Yin ...An elegant An tique Oak Sideboard goes for $l.r for the next thirty day. This is a rare bargain and cannot he duplicated anywhere. Those Oak Rockers at $1.75... Are BARGAINS whieh everyone takes hold of who s.-es them. . . . J. I. UNRUH, The Furniture Man and Undertaker RIOTT'S ft?': PENNYROYAL PILLS EEaS 1 or and banish "pains of menstruation.; They are " JAFK SAVIiUS " to girls at womanhood, aiding devlopment of organs and body. 'No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do barm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 JPIilfc I$OX JJY MAIL. Sold by druffffists. DR. MOTT'S CUEMICAL CO., Cleveland. Ohio. Gering & Co., Druggists. THE NEWS does Job Printing Irst-C'las Tailoring. If you want to have a suit of clothes or a pair trouper made by a reliable tailor, call on J. C. Piak in the Leon ard block, second floor. You should seo his lino assortment of fall and win ter woolens. All work dore by him is guaranteed in every respect. No work goes out of his shop unless it is satis factory, and it won't cost much more to have your work done by him than it would by eastern so-called custom made (in sweat shops.) Cleaning and repairing given prompt attention. for ale. Five-room bouse, six lot?, two num ber on wells. Fruik and shade. $650. Reasonable terms. See Frank Davie. Grand Picnic and Reception. Upon the return of Nick Halmes and wife from Germany the Turner soci ety will give them a royal welcome by holding a picnic in Halmes' grove On Sundaj", Aug. 13. There will be turn ing exercises, dancing and a general good time. QNLY A FEW. Hammocks left Summer slock. from pur ltemember, we are cutting the prices so deep that you oould afford to buy one for next Summer. LEHNHOFFS. a 0 4? ? 4? ? ? 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 jft Aft dbUo New Hardware Having returned to Plattsmouth, I will be jrlad to welcome all my old customers, as well as new ones, and show them a select line of Stoves, Hardware, Tinware and anything usually carried in a first-class hardware store. Be sure and call, interest you'. as I have some prices that will JOHN R. Rockwood Block, COX. PLAiTSiViOlj Til 4 ' 1 1 VHllh'b CREAM ORMS! VERTsSSFUGE! M1 in t'iant!;y. n-tin' Jity. r On Virn IIo I a4 all Hflrm RamaH itf i I-.YF.RY ..OTTLK) lUI fcU ivfil una kbu an i wi iu libiiuuibi uuAit jxtxjzd. IOIX UY Dntro-a-zsTs, JAMES F. CALLARD, St. Louis. F. G. FRICKE 8l CO.