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ST. LOUIS, Jan. 14, 1886. MR. GEO. 0. TOWNSEND, Ninth St. and Washington Ave.

Bought of SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. 2.Cook Stoves and Furniture

@ $20.50 3 Wash Tubs

.85 3 Boards

.10 2 Clothes Wringers

2.25 2 Refrigerators

66 10.50 2 Pr. Carvers

1.75 2 Doz. Knives and Forks

4.50 3 Plated Tea Spoons.

2.10 2 : Casters

3.25 3 Feather Dusters

.90 4 Scrubbing Brushes

.30 2 Student Lamps

3.25

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ST. LOUIS, Jan. 4, 1886. MESSRS. J. R. SCOTT & Co., Sedalia, Mo.

Bought of Roßt. D. PATTERSON STATIONERY Co. 10 Rms. 6 lb. Com’l Note

@ $ 1.50 10 lb. Letter

2.50 5 12 lb. Cap

3.00 2 14 lb. Legal

3.50 1 Patterson's Paper Case

10.00 1 Gross Patterson's Best Pencils

5.00 1 Irving Nickel

3.50 1 lb. Irving Rubbers

1.00 5 C. Slate Pencils

.15 1 Gross Carter's Ink

3.50 1 Esterbrook Pens

.60 1 Irving Bookkeeper's Pens 1.25 2 M. 215-4 Envelopes

1.35 Doz. Gem Inkstands

1.50

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St. Louis, Jan. 14, 1886. MR. THOS. STEVENSON,

Vineland, Mo.

Bought of D. CRAWFORD & Co. 40 yds. 10 Bleached Pepperell Muslin @ $ .20 55 “ Semper Idem Muslin .

.074 16 66 Jeans

.15 20

.20 10

.227 10 Cassimere

.327 12

.65 12 Linen Towels

.121 20

.15 ryyds. Linen Damask

.35 3 Window Shades

.50 1 Honey-comb Spread

.65 3 Bed Comfortables

.60 2 prs. White Blankets

3.25 10 yds. Black Cashmere

.50

60

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ST. LOUIS, Jan. 4, 1886.

6. MR. JOHN SMITH,

Washington, D.O.

Terms: 60 days.
Via Baltimore & Ohio R. R.

Bought of

RICHARDSON DRUG Co.

.

.

@ $ .3731

.08

.20 66 1.00

.25

.85
66 3.20

.25
.15

.80

25 lb Pure Cream Tartar
5 lb Powd. Arsenic
2 tb Carb. Magnesia
1 lb Powd. Rhubarb
2 lb Soccotrine Aloes Powd
5 3 Quinine, ozs.
1 } Sulph. Morphia
10 3

Cinchonidia
3 Ib Carb. Iron
2 lb American Calomel
2 lb

Blue Mass 2 lb Chloroform 2 lb Citric Acid 2 lb Cryst. Carbolic Acid 50 lb Refined Borax 10 lb Gum Camphor 1 lb Subnit. Bismuth 1 lb Gum Opium 5 lb Calabria Licorice Box, 25 ; Cartage, 35

45 .60 .54 .30 .08

.27
66 2.25

3.60
.26

.60

$41 91

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St. Louis, May 27, 1886. MRS. GEORGE L. DUNCAN,

Bought of THE WM. BARR Dry Goods Co. May 27, 11 yds. Muslin

@ $ .12 $1] 32 4 yds. Silk

1.50 61 00 Carried forward

$71 32

.65

Brought forward

$7 32 May 27, 3 yds. Lining

@ $ .123

38 4 Spools Silk

.15

60 3 Doz. Braid

.75

37 11 yds. Lawn

.174 1 93 15 yds. Satteen

.323 4 87 4 yds. Farmers' Satin

260 14 yds. Cambric

.067

88 7 yds. Ribbon

11 05 9 yds. Dimity

3 15 14 yds. Veiling

.35

52 6 Pair Hose

.371 2 25

$25 92 Received Payment.

WM. BARR DRY GOODS Co. May 27, 1886.

J. S. CONCANNON.

.15 .35

8. Make bill for the following: Mr. James Smith bought of S. C. Johnson, in Indianapolis, October 13, 1893, 5 cans of oysters at 374 cents a can; a turkey weighing 191 pounds at 12 cents a pound; 5 pounds crackers at 84 cents a pound; 20 pounds raisins at 174 cents a pound.

9. Make bill for the following: On the first of last May, Mrs. Chas. B. Williams bought of Bingham & Walk 2 dozen silver spoons for $33; 3 sets of silver teaspoons at $9.25 a set; 2 dozen table forks at $37.50 per dozen; and 1 silver basket for $27.

Denominate Numbers.

ART. 191.-A Denominate Number is a concreto number composed of one more denominations : a. 12 pounds, y ounces.

or

ART. 192.—Denominate Numbers are either Simple or Compound.

ART. 193.-A Simple Denominate Number is composed of units of the same kind or denomination : as 7 days, 6 cents, 3 inches, 11 books.

ART. 194. – A Compound Denominate Number consists of two or more denominate numbers of the same nature : as ry feet 3 inches ; 4 pounds 11 ounces ; 21 hours 18 minutes.

ART. 195.-A Denominate Fraction is one or more of the equal parts of a denominate unit : as I of a year, f of an acre, .75 of a ton.

Operations in denominate numbers embrace :

1. Changing Denominate Numbers to lower denominations, called Reduction Descending.

2. Changing Denominate Numbers to higher denominations, called Reduction Ascending.

Measures of Weight.

Weight is the measure of gravity, or the force by which all bodies are attracted toward the center of the earth.

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