w : - wffr4 ML - r ' . j .
fewlbi; OITT 'MISSOURI
J- uVlqgS'yi::;.'': -y- '
LpvaJomt PoiIoJtM at Jtjernn OJtV
at tteond t Inn matter.
Thi oraUaaeM of many wheel
owners is causing trmp to take tbo
MrClevelndB, dreuiu of a par-
feet civil servlca means a smoothly
Working Cleveland machine, which
can be controlled from Washington,
In every Ute
The bloycle craze is credited with
having mads the last season such a
disastrous one to the show business,
Let the summer resort proprietors
I if .
Miiiumi TActno x. n. im table,
cbadoi oir TWE.
H l,Dajr Express.. Arrives 12:15 fe.tn.
Leaves 1:05 p.m.
K. S, Night Express Arrives 13)45 a. m
Leaves 12:45 a.m.
N. i Local Passenger Arrtvesl3:25
FreigUt,carrles panengers.Leave 10(00
Ni a.Day Express... Arnve2j35 p.m
leaves a iBUD.tn.
KiT4. Uav'Sinfe'ss;" Arrives 0:15.
n. m. Leaves 0:30 p. xa
H. t. Local rassenecr. Anivci 13:40
- p, nil Leaves 1:10 p.m,
No. 8, K. O. Express! Arrives 3.31 a.m
Leaves 3:31 a.' m
Freliht. carries passengers. Leaves 3:45
N. 124, freight, carries pass
ngars to Osage only, 8 :15 a.m.
Leeal passenger trains, 5 and 6 run do-
twasn St. Louis and Kansas City.
X. S has through alaapara U Jtplln, Mo,
I. n.aaant Hill route.
''rm iMllntni chair cai cn all through
' V LEBANON BRANCH.
So. 1SS leaves Jalsraon OUT at 6.S0 a. m.
Arrirat at Bagnall at 11.10 a. m.
MS.1M laaraa Bagnall at M.iOa.ra,
Arrive! at Jefferson OIIJ S.tO p. m ,
John J. Ciiuitou, Agt.
NORTII JEFFERSON , MO.
. M., K. T. TIMB TABLE.
CnANGC Or TIME NOItTH JKKFKRSON.
Xo'i paaienger arrive! .....lJMp. m
Departa 12 29 1'. m.
N 6 paaaenger (Italy lljcr) doparta 8.01) a. m
So. 64 local freight arrive. 2 S5 p. rn
departs 3,115 p.m.
w , ....,,.,. nrrivna 8.08 n. m
v-"" - depart, a.oa in.
No. pasaengo; (naty njer) a.paru "--"'
.tsillicu.s". .,.... 1ST ra
Nos" 5 and 6 are fast trains and do not
stop at depot, but stop at O. & A. cross
Intr. one-half rollcast of. North Jcfler
aon, and only stop at Bochepurt, O.
A. crossing, Mokaue, Portuinb and St.
Charles, between St. Louis and Frank
lin Junction. Nos. 03 and C4. carry
psssoDgers, when provided wltn sicitew
run hptween Hcdalla and Mo-
iron.. Var further information call on
or address JAMES BARKER,
Gen. fans, and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis. Mo.
J. L. COSS. Ijocal Agent, North
Boy Parasols from Geo. Portli.
ti looks like It would bo McKIn
leyisra against Olsvetandlsm, which
will mean a walkover for the lormei
Senators Gorman and Vest on the
stump for Cleveland will be a sight
worth going miles to see.
Joe Pulltzor has hoodooed the
third term by offering to support it
It would take more than a foreign
war to elect Mr. Cleveland president
f the United States again.
It Is safe to say Uiat neither Sena
tb Tillman nor Vest arc included
i Mr. Clevtiland's schemo of a bar-
aonioue Democratic party.
The time will soon come when tbo
wealthy man who die's and leaves
only one widow wlll.be Broken of as
having been eccentric.
There is always occupation for tho
professional liars. By the time the
rainy season drives them out of Cuba
tb Democratic editors will be bid
ding for their services.
Prince, Bismarck would, If prop
erly approached, give Gen. Weylcr
some pointers on what comes of
threatening to resign every time the
game doesn't go your way.
Tho 'Officer of tho "iSorth Amert
cah squadron having ttted of' Ilarop
ton'.Koads, Secretary Herbert kindly
ordered the undfzvous changed to
New York barber. Perhaps they
may yet have to go to sea.
Tho German Methodist Episcopal
Church, qorner of Broadway and
Elm streets, holds services as fol
lows: Sunday School, U;30 a.m..;
evening service, 7:80 p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday evening. 7:30
o'clock. Rev. S. Gokts, Pastor
From a letter by Rev. J. Gundcr
man. of DImondale, Alien. , we are
uermiltca to rnsHe mis extract -i
Lave no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's New Discovery as tho rc
suits were almost marvelous in tho
case of my wife. While brought
down with Pneumonia succeeded La
Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of
couKhlne would last hours with little
interruption and it seemed as If she
could not survive thejn. A friend
recommended Dr. King's New Dis
covery : it was quick in its work and
highly satisfactory In results." Trial
bottles free at a. iiranaenncrzer s
Drug store, Regular size 50c. and
It will w n comparatively easy
malter'to g t Uin right witnesses b
foro the senate committee which will
Investigate those bond issues, biij
making them tell all they know will
be anothefltbing entirely.
What Is a Guarantee? ,
It is this. If you have a Cough
or Cold, a tickling In tlis Throat,
which keeps you constantly cough
ing, or If you are nllllcted with any
Chest, Throat or Lung Trouble
Whooping Cough, &c, and you use
Ballard's Iloreliounii Syrup as di
rected, giving it a fair trial, and no
benefit is experienced, we authorize
our advertised agent to refund your
money on raturn of bottle, It never
falls to give satisfaction. It promptly
relieves Bronchetis. Sold by A.
Tl)a difference between Graver
Cleveland and Chicago Is as wide as
their respective mottoes " I will "
and " I won't "but Grover wants
to boss that convention all tho same.,
If Mr. Cleveland can stand calling
Now, gentlemen, nearly all the del- an extra session of congross for fl-
egatcs to tho St. Louis convention nanclal legislation, the Republicans
have been seleoted, suppose we let certainly can. The position of the
them make the platform and name Republicans has already been un
the candidates. Tfaey are represent- flinchlngly declared by the bills
atlve Republicans and can be trusted , passed by tbo house, the only branch
to do the right thing for the country
as well as for tho party
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man .
Are you Bilious, Constipated or
troubled with Jaundice, Sick Head
ache, Bad Taste in Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in
Hack and Between the Shoulders,
Chills and Fever, &c. If you have
any of these symptoms, your Liver
Is out of order and your blood is be
ing slowly poisoned, because your
Liver does not act properly " Her
oine " will cure any disorder of the
Liver, Stomach or Bowels. It has
no equal as a Liver Medicine. Free
trial bottles at Brandenberger's.
The editors who are talking about
an extra session of the Fifty-fifth
congress being called to meet on the
day the next president is inaugu
rated are exhibiting their ignorance.
No proclamation can bo issued call
ing that congress together until after
tho next president has taken his seat,
and it Is customary, although not
obligatory, to issue such proclama
tions at least thirty days In advance
of the date named for congress to
of congress controlled by the liepub.
Mr. E. R. Durham and wife went
to St. Louis Monday on a visit.
Dr. C. A. Thompson went to Ss
Capt J. ii. Brooks went to St.
Capt. C. W. Thomas, Col. Fred
Buherle and Thomas McKenna left
Monday to attend the G. A. It.- en
campment at Hannibal.
Electric Bitters Is a medicine suit
ed for season, but perhaps mjrc
generally needed, when tho languid
exhausted feeling prevails, when tho
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonio and alterative is felt,
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
billons fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con
stipation and dizziness yield to Elec
tric Bitters. 50c and 81 per bottle
at A. Brandenberger's drug store.
' Well, Weill Mr. Bookwalter,
r, once a prominent Ohia Democrat,
' pokes his headout of the valley of
obscurity long .enough to predeot
, ' that the Cbtcaga convention will
l dont free silver nlatfoSm and nom-
.-"r". - -
Inate Cleveland, Truly, that would
b& aDemocratio combination indeed.
ucklen'B Arnica Salve.
Th test salve in tha woild fr cuts,
krnlses. seras, ulcers, salt rheum fever,
utter. chaDDsd hands, chilblains.
V . 'rns and all akin eruptlens , and posit-
, ' ivsly cures pllss.or n pay required. It
.-. ' is guaranteed to glva perfect satisfaction
;Vi ' r money refunded. Price 25 cants per
i " " "
Jv :P Notlco f Final Settlement.
Kft 44;iSoUce is, hereby given that the un
',p derslgoed, Margsrstha Loeseb, ad.
&l.feluiairatrllof tho estate of 'John E,
ijjoesch, deceased, will maka Anal
Mtllemeat of hi accounts with said
state a such administratrix, at the
est terms of the Probate court of
tOdnty,.5Iissour), to be boldeu
brson uity, in taia county, on
h dav or way, us'jo.
THE LAKE RESORTS
OF. THE NORTH
Are best reached by the BUR
LINGTON ROUTE.- Daily trains
St. Louis, Kansas City and St. Jo
seph, to St. Paul and Minneapolis,
making cennections for Spirit Lake,
Minnetonka, White Bear Lake, Du
luth, etc. Consult Ticket Agent.
L. W. "WAKKLY, G. P. A.,
mljl St. Louis, Mo.
Readied by the BURLINGTON
ROUTE In leBS than 48 h'aurs from
the Missouri river the shortest line
by 200 mile?. Write fur illustrated
pamphlet or descriptive booklet of
Personally Conducted Tours.
L. W, WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
mljyl St. Louis, Mo.
Homsseekcrs' Excursion viaM.,
K. and T.
On May 10th, Jnne 8th and 23d,
July 7th and 21st, the M..K. andT.
will sell ticktts to all points in
Texas except to points on Southern
Pacific railway, 8., S. and S, railway,
Texas Central railway, Tsxas Mid
land railway, and sWaco nod North
western railway, all points in Louis
iana west of Lafayetto, Arizona,
Maricopa, and points east thereof
except to poinU on Marcopa and
Phoenix railway and to all points n
M., K. and T. railway betwopp Clin
ton and Harrisonville, Mo., and Che
fopa, Kansas, inclusive, at rate of
one regular first class far for round
trip, plus 92, expept that no ticket
is sold for Us than ? These
tickets will be good for return
twenty days from data of salt.
Stopover allowed at any point south
of Clinton within tha fifteen days
going Jiniit For further informs
tion, call en or address J. L. COSS,
Ticket Agent, North Jefferson, Mp.
(P. O.Cedar Citj, Ma)
Notice is hereby given that Utters
of administration on the estate of
Nicholas Linhardt, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned on the
Hth day of May, 1806, by the Pro
bate Court of polo pouaty, Missouri.
All persons having claims against aa)d
estate are required to exhibit them
for allowance to the administrator
within one year after the date of
said letters, or they may be preclud
ed from any bebefit of such estate:
and If such claims be not exhibited
within two years freii the date bf
this publication,- they shall be for
This Uth day of May, IfiOjS.,
1 HitsaT O. LiHUAnpT,
Another Prize Word Contest.
On account of the great success
of the last contest off ered by Ladies'
Every Saturday,tho publishers have,
at tbo request of many of their read
ers, decided to offer another, and
will pay S20 lu gold to the person
able to take the letters contained in
L-A-D-I-K-S W-E.E-K-L-Y and
construct the largest number of
words therefrom without using my
letter in any one word more times
than it is contained in L-A-D-I-K-S
W-E-E-K-L-Y. For example: Is,
Jad, sleek, etc. 815 will be paid for
the second best list: $10 for the
third best list, and $3 for each, of
the five next best lisle received by
them before May 25th. 100 other
valuable rewards will be given in
order of merit. Any one sending a
fair sized list is sure of a consolation
A Pint fc'cfety liicys'.a (either
girl's or boy) will be given for be
list received from any one under 17
years of age. (Age must bo writ
ten on list to count for this prize.)
Eufr-lose tbre two-cent stamps for
a sample copy of this popular weekly
for ladies and girls containing full
particulars and rules goyerpiag
word-building contest. Address,
" Ladies' Every Saturday,"
VU walnut at., x-uuaueipuia, ra.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B, Winston
for St. Loojs Monday.
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
Mrs. Hamilton, Cambridge, Ills ,
says. I had the rheumatism so bad
I could not raise my hand to my
head. Ballard's snow liniment has
entirely cured me. I take pleasure
In informing my neighbors and
friends what it has done for me.
Ohas. Handley, clerk for Lay fvLyi,
man, Kwrnnice, VAv.,'mtv'iSes"'ijTrthat'
8now Liniment cured him of Rheu
tuatism. tvuy not try lit it will
surely do you Rood. It cures all
Inflammation, Wounds, Sores, Cuts,
Sprains, etc. bold by A. Branden
iyon'brive nn invention on which
ttl jw!h to obtain a patont, and
cnspt .afford to expend from 60
toyjO for that purpose, cut out this
cotition and sond to tho publishers
of ,11)18 i paper with fivo two-cent
stnirits, nnd you will receive full
inforoiatfon as to how you may ob
tain i patont in tho United States
nt onexpeii6 to you of live dollars.
'A'UE DAKOTA UOTSPlINqS,
The Rot Snrlnes of Arkansas havj
long beau deservedly popular for the
reason that there Is no other place that
has tilled the requlretneutt of both a
health and a pleasure resort. This itate
of affairs has changed. The Hot Springs
of South Dakota hare, In repnt ye:tr.
been thrown open to the people, and
because of their delightful situation and
great curative qualities, are becoming
more popular every uay. Dituawu at
this resort is, In tha famous Black Hill
in the midst of beautiful mountain seen-,
e.y, possesilug that peculiar balsamic
atmosphere which Is In Itself healtbgTr
lng, with waters that are pronounced by
experts equal It uot superior to those of
any Other mineral springs In the world,
It will sootxoutrank any other Ilk resort.
The bPtpl accommodations af bt'tli'e
nest noawirios nm tti h wmsm im
piovemeuUttnd oouventeneoi, hQ
ttl Evans,- built of pnk sand stone, with
swam beat, eleotrlu lights, and evety
room an outside oue, Is easily the bett
conducted bouse between Chicago and
Denver, The rates are all reasouable.
The marvelous' 'Wl dCvo"ith falls
of Kail Klver; Battlo Mountain tho old
luttlau battle ground; Deadwood mid the
gold fluids i ud tbe'iamous Bad Lands
pluuge bath at the Springs Is noted
as being oue the largest naf atorlums
In tha fcurid. 'So healtuful rd the flr
rouudlng,audiomauir the uiinyeoUaces
ol this Darlebad'ul America," .that It
is ravtdly becomleg the Meoca.n not
only tor Invalids, but tor picture seek
fnrnyrtiU 2'h lrlhgto"Kot,
tiacuas tnerp m wy auu a nu tnw
StVLouIsi t,Ml)WMieper'tia re
auaitotU Wacom net, tpsi,. vnn i)U
Sleepers rutt.torougu is w urittj..
PROBATE COURT DOCKET.
May TcitM, 1806.
Monday, May 11, 18'JC.
Verslues, Henry, estate; Thercsia
Rittcr, Anna M., estate; Chas.
Bode, Henry, estate; Elizabeth
Koehlcr, Frit,!, estate: Gottlilb
Tuesday, May 1J, 180G.
Loesch, John E., sstatc; Kargarct
Drright, Isaac, estate: Frank A.
Uartb, l-rcd; estate; Joseph flick,
Schuhr, Chas. R estate: Anna
Wednesday, May 13, 1800.
Voccl, Conrad, estate: Verena
hnloc. Benjamin S., estate: Wm.
S. Stark and J. E. Wiser, administrators.
Blsgcs, John T., estate ; Gertrude
Woclirer, Martin, citato ; John G.
Thursday, May 11, 189C.
Hens, Phillipp, estate! John Phii
ipp Hess, executor.
Sielienech, Anton, cstato; Cather
ine Sifliciiech, administratrix.
Robben, John D., estate; F.W.
Deitz. John George, estate; John
Gottlieb Deitz, administrator.
Friday, May 15, 180(1.
L'randall, Flovd, estate; John E.
Garman1 administrator with will annexed.
Bruemcr, Albert, estate; Herman
Kuiclinan, Carl, estate; John E.
Garman, public administrator.
.Campbell, A. A., estate; James E.
Saturday, May 10, 1800.
Ittnur heirs, minors; Henry G.
Tcllinan, Jtiha E.; Peter Tcllman,
guardian und curator.
Drocger, Maggie, minor; John
Pushta, guarilian and curator.
riionalier, rnink and Ben, minors.
J Ferdinand Ncluaher, uuatdianand
Monday, May 18, 180C.
Kramp, Louis, minor: Amoiia
Kramp, guardian and curator.
Vogel hehs, minors; Philipp Ott,
Schaefcr, Nicholas, minor; Henry
Hofman, guardian and curator.
Sears, E. V., minor; Oscar G.
Fowler, P. I',, heirs, minors; G.
C. Fonler, curator.
Tuesday, May 19, 180G.
Derkum, Emilia S., minor; Ben
Dcrkum, guarilittn and curator.
lyoehler, jNiek, Insane; ln-nry
LIston, ftlios, hrirs, minora; Geo.
Lencl, guardian and curator.
Lnhinan, E'lgar, minor; Louisa
Lohman, guardian and curator.
,IU1IN J. HUMMER,
Judge of Probate Court,
Home Seekers Excursion Cheap
Rates via Burlington Route.
On Aoril 7th, and 21st, and May
ftth, the BURLINGTON ROUTE
will sell tickets at very law ratss to
points in Kansas, Nebraska, South
uaxota, Jiinneota and otner terri
tory. Afk your ticket agent,
L. Wi WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
To Cajifornla via Burlington Route.
"Pirs'onally Conductod Journeys.
Every jVednesday from Burlington
at 11 p. m. Every Thursday from
Omaha at 8 a. m. Thraugh tourist
sleepers to Los Angeles, with con
ductarjin charge via Scenic Colorado,
98 dr:es sunshine. Consult ticket
agen!T L. W. WAKELEY,
Jyi G. P. A St.Lobis, Mo.
Jefferson City is on tho boom now
Tntdirj,Cacli mpnth, to tljr all
Ent in the Soatb ; aad on special da tea
icuralmt-'XlckcU are aold at a little
more Uiu One 1'are for the round trip.
ror mil tmomatloa write to
c. p. Aim, Gaujaui., LotiiTius, n.
, SENT FREE.
Write tor Crrnnty Map of the Sonth to
ottheriof the atwve named gentlemen,
or to P, Em Jotnu, Fata. Agent, In charge
c.1 ImmifrsUjm, Sinaiagharu, Ala.
tfotico Is hereby given that letters
to testamentary on tho estate of John
W. Meyer, deceased, were granted
to tht undcrslgned.on the 18th day'
of March, 1806, by the Probate
court of Colo county, Missouri, All
persons having claims agalust said
estate, are required to exhibit them
for .allowance to the executors within
que ,year after tfie date, of said let
tsrs, or'thcy niay be preojndad from
any benefit of auchi We anUf
such claims, be not' exhibited wlthW'
iwi,' vaki-'b frnm ttin ,it.n mi thlH
publication, theyhali?a forjver .'.'Mf'' .'
barretU i SU! ' ' .-2ii5rttiSS,
fixing up, and Jcf-
.Teffersoa City was thoroughly
drenched Tticalay evening. It was
an unusualy neivy downpour.
t ' Awarded
Highest honors World's Fair,
imetlred feeling afflicts nearly every-
y at this Bconon. Tho hustlers ccaao to
:h, tho tireless grow weary, the eher-
fetlc Inomo enervated. You know Just
twbat tie meau. Borne men and women
endeavor temporarily to overcome that
Feeling by great torce ol will. But this
is unsafe, as It pulla powerfully upon the
nervous system, which will not long stand
such atraln. Too many people " work ou
their nerves," and the result la seen In un
fortunate wrecks marked "nervous pros
tration," In every direction. That tired
Ing Is a positive proof p! thin, weak, Im
pure blood; for, It the blood Is rich, red,
vitalized and vigorous, it Imparts llfe.nd
energy to every nerve, organ and tissue
of the body. The necessity of taking
Hood's Baraaparllla for that tired (sating
Is, therefore, apparent to every one, and
the good It will do you Is equally beyond
question. Remember that
Is the One True Wood riiriflcr. All riniRglsts. $1,
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co. Lowell, Mass.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
The bewhiskcred joke about mis
sionaries about being eaten by Can
nibals was recently made a disagree
able fact on the Solomon and other
small Islands in the Pacific. The
eaten were English.
Tor Sorses, Cattle, Sheep, Son, Hoes,
OOOPase Tlepk on Trrn.lm.-nt of Anlnmla
Bud Chare rseat Free.
A.A.ll-plnal JJenlneltia.AIIIIi I'evrr.
Jf.(ra,I,, I"niene, itlienniatlim,
C.CIIUlemper. Naval llUchargea.
J.w-llola or (.rubs, Worni,
fi-E rouk, HenTes, I'ni-unionla,
,, t',""o or Urlpr., Uellyache.
1I.II.-.I rlnarr nnd Kidney Ulaenaet.
."Er"P"e i"'"Mi sinner.
J.K.Dlaeaacaof JJlaealioo, ran
i;ingii!oulomT60uai), - . i(jo
Htable Oaao, with 6neclfl(-a. ManulL
Jrcerlnary Cure oil anil Medlcator, 87.00
Jar Veterlaary Cure Oil, . . 1.00
8.li r DrnrrWf r wit prrp.ld unlm ulliu,
ei.iiir m rwtpt r priM.
BnrBUTS.UD.CO., Ill HlTfllllu.81., K.T.rt.
III fiaa utra Triit Anlet anyuuMfnl -
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
ad Prwtrtlaa, from ow work or otbar cause.
$ I p9t rial, or A nU and Una powder, for 15,
ffcild I'? lTVfiiliti, vr n 'uifaldti receipt prk,
llCMriiKKir 110. CO., Ill A 1 1 t( UUu 8L, K. T.r.
OMf WAV TIOIt AMI iOLO
At 11 Cents a Mile
MyiaviLi a Naavttia a. a.
To ladtrltaals on the Pint Tnetda and
to partita of aeven or more on the Third
will 1 1 hi mm wm&.MizMx?Jt3?iair Kv&r- 'fssckmom
am WLwmemzi7mwrjmi"j-ixiz. JwiMa'A. . . f tt nurii iiehih nw' ais3
S&of the South.
On to VUoo forhnlta, sea sir and on
fortf iliMralilratYada(ora" "
uai vhara trulta
vaarsiine son ta ,aiarai oot-oaa.
Mea aliwtntar.' ooideal flr ia
jt'ajl degree aboro isro, yrarmeat
liuuu a ma 10 oytirnvv, yovuuu,
Senator llrlce has given indications
of a desire to sacrifice cx-Governor
Campbell onco more by giving him
the Democratic presidential nomina
tion. "Jimmy " Campbell ought to
be used to the sacrifice act by this
Make Your Feet Glad.
in every pair of
They are handsome and durable.
Made by Selz, Schwab & Co., Largest
Makers of Shoes in the'United States.
Sold by All Dealers.
Home Seekers Kxcursion Cheap
Hates via ISurlingtou liouto.
On April 21st and May oth, the
HUKLINGTOX HOUTK will sell
tickets at very low rates to points in
Kansas, JNeliraska, boutli Dakota;
Minnesota and other territoiy. Ask
your ticket agent.
L. AV. WAKKLKY. G. P. A.,
a21 St. Louis, Mo.
To California via Uurlington Route.
Vestilmled Trains to Denver;
Through connecting Bleepers to San
Francisco. Seenio Colorada, 98 de
!rees sunshine, returning via Puget
Sound, Yellowstone Park, Billings,
Custer Battlefield, HotSptings, Black
Hills. Every ttesirablc feature en.
route on one ticket. Consult Ticket
Agent. L. W. WAKELY,
G. P. A St. Louis, Mo.
TO THE GOLDF1ELDS OP THE
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE.
A fast through vestilmled train
daily to Denver making direct con
nections for CRIPPLE CREEK,
Col. ; ids fast dally trains to the
gold fields of MONTANA and the
Black Hills -200ms shortest line from
Missouri river. Ask your agent for
information about the Burlington
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Spring Trip South.
On April 7 and 21, and May 5,
licketB will be sold from principal
cities, towns and villages of the
north, to all points ou the Louisville
& Nashville Railroad in Tennessee,
Alabama, Mississippi, Florida and a
portion of Kentucky, nt one single
fare for the rouad trip. Tickets will
be gocd to return within 21 days, on
p ayment of $2 to agent at destina
tion, and will allow stop-over at any
point on the south bound trip. Ask
your ticket agent about It, and if ho
cannot sell you excursion tickets
write to O. P. Atmore, General Pas
cngerAgent, Louisville, Ky.
ROMANTIC BLACK HILLS,
JIOT SPRINGS, S. D.
Carlsbad of America, Btucst
Skies, Brightest Sunshine. Wonder
ful mineral waters. Less than 24
hours from Missouri river. Splendid
Hotels. Special Excursion Rates.
Send for pamphlet and consult ticket
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
mljyl St. ton'
1 -.a, Mo.
Farm and MachlBaRipsirSlicr,
aaAss OAlTiaas Minn o oltoak-
G1t us a eil for anytfelag In ou
lis. BattafacUon gucranttec.
ft tat gtaoua-1 Bheps 'eu Juflerioq attest, beUert-
Bargains in Every Department!
Wo invito close inspection of a low bargains in this sale.
Genuine French Organdio Lawns nnd Imported Printed nnd
Dotted Swiss, last seasons stylos, wero Sue. MRy Sale Price, ICo.
3,000 ynrds beBt Standard Satino-linish prints; sold for 7 1-2
cents; May Bale price, Dc.
All Wool 80-inch Pin Chock Suitings, would bo cheap at 30o.
May Sale Prico, 21c.
40-inch All-Wool Suitings, sold at 40 and 50c. May Salo
Wo havo a comploto lino in latest Parisian and Linen EfTscts
li Shirt Waists.
Porcalesat 10 and 12 l-2o per ynrd.
DO NowStyles of Organdies in Linen nnd Parisian Effects,
eomo of the very latest at 12 1-2 and 15c a yard.
Don't fail to give na a call this month.
R. Dallmeyer DryGoods Co.
227 Madison St.
The most complete stock in Central Missouri ol the best and cheapest Hardware,
Tlnvtare, Stores, Cutlery, etc. Exclusive agents for the celebrated Wire Gauze
Jharter Oak Btoi e and Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves.
Door Frames, Window l-'ramei, Wire Screens, Weather Strips, Spring Hinges,
Bird Cages, Water Coolers, etc., a specialty. Tin Hoofing, Spouting and .lobbing ol
til kinds given prompt attention.
Ho, 123 East High Street.
C11PIT0L BREWING GO.
CORPORATION, JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Brewers, MalstersE Bottlers
All Orders Given Prompt Attention.
JEFFERSON, CITY, MO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, - $60,000.00.
n, C. Ewino, President,
W. Q. Dallmbyeh, Casbter,
W. A Dalluiibb, Assistant Cashier.
Do general bunking- business, buy and soil
Domestic and Foreign Kxch&nfrei. Furniilies
letters of Introduction and credit to Its vari
ous correspondents. Always has munet to
loan its customer. Allows Interest on ilnu
deposits, br agreement, and deals In Gov
eminent, Sta'e, County, Municipal Bou-ls
tad High Grade Securities. Collections mads
ou European cities dlraot.
CaiveiaM. andTride-Marks obtilntd. and alt
ent business conducted lor Moot rate Ftta.
Sr.mMfrnm With nplon.
j Send model, drawing or pheto.,trita deerlM
jtiofi. c narise, n pueniaota or not, iree cm
Jclnrjrr. Our Ice not due till rule Mis secured, f
JA PMitirT, "Mow to Obtain Pstnus,'1 wit
.cost ot fitaui-3 In U.S.aad foreigacountnes
opp. ptcnt ornct. Wasminstcn, D, c:. f
Connecting the Commercial Centres and rich
The Broad Corn and Whaat Fields and Taming
Tho Fertile Hirer Valleys and Trade Centre, ot
The Grand, PlfctnresqaG and Enchanting Seen,
cry, and the Famous Mining Districts ot
The Agricultural, Frnlt, Mineral and Timber
Lands, and Famous Hot Springs of
The Iloautlfnl Rolling Prairies and Wood lands
The Sticar Flnntatlons ot
The Cotton and Grain Fields, 1 lie Cattle Ranges
and Winter ltesorls of
nistorical and Scenlo
OLD AND NEW MEXICO,
And forms with Its Connections tho Popula
Winter Iterate to
ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
For fall dsBCrlptlv. and tllurtrated pamphlet or
ot of tb. .dot. atftten, or not flprlaga, ark , 8,a
Antonio, T.XM, aoa Moxleo, address Company',
H. C. TO wars END,
WUmtaur nuts', iiait. ST. Louis. Bio.
Send Six 2 Cent Stamps
. For .
The NEW SOUTH
O First Class Receipts.
WRfiNN. O. P. & T. A., KnoavlUa, Tenn.
SOLID TIIUOUGII TKAIXS
St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST. JOSKl'II, DKNVER,
St. Paul and Minneapolis,
WITH DINING CANS, VKSTI
BULKI) DRAWING KOOJI
SLEIH'ING CAUS, ItKCI.INING
CHAIRS, (SKATS FKKE.)
Onlj- One Change of Cats to llicB
ATLANTIC or PACIFIC COASTS
For Nebra . t . i 1 1 .
Many Hours Quickest Time
DENVER & COLOKADO POINT
L. AV. WAKELEY,
Passenger Agt., St. Louis, Mo.
j j Machines of Perfection j
MAUb irifsjm 1HB lNEST OF MATERIALS AND BY I
TOOL STEEL BEARINGS DROP FORGING CONNECTIONS TOKOUCHOUT
A Few More Agents Wanted Send for Catalogue and Terms If
V , Manulacturcd by f
11 fctotfSLADIATOR CYCLE WORKSKHH g
w 109 to 115 W. 14th St., CHICAGO i
Bra aches i New York Washington, Denver, Minneapolis, Cinckuuttt 4
Nnr drlrana. San Francisco . at
laHHK sWft's. -rrT ,Vmr-wirm fft III I li lit I L. im J T
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