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8rltl, Jn, 7, 1890.
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'Mlesocnt vacimc n. n. time table.
, 01IANOE OV TIHK.
No l,Dy Express.. Arrives 13:45 p.m.
r Lows 1:05 p.m.
6. 3, NUtat Express Arrives 12:45 a. m
1 Leaves 12 :45 a.m.
No. 6. Local raweiiRcr. Arrives 12:25
i- .. r l.iavoB I2:40n.m.-
lrYelgrd;(crrle8 passengers, Leavo 10:00
I v s.
No. a ,Iay Express .... Arrives 2:35 p.m
' Leaves 2:50 p.m.
No. 4, Day Express. Arrives 0:15.
p.m. Leaves 0:30 p. m.
Mb , Local rasseneer. Anlvcs 13140
1 ;"p m. Leaves 1:10 p. m.
No, 8, K. C.Express.ArrlvesS.Sl a.m.
f Leaves 2i31 a. Ui.
Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 -45
'D. 111. '
.No. 124, freight, carries pass-
engers lo Ouugu only,
Local passenger trains B and 6 run be
tween St. Louis ami Kansas City.
Ko. ht through sleepers lo Jorllu, Mo.
'trtt, Pleasant lllll roula.
t t-Wn reclining chair car on all through
Ho. 1M leaves Jefferson City at 0.80 a. m.
Arrives t Ugucll ayo.lo a. ro.
Ho. 162 leaves llaguelt at 10.40 a. ra.
Arrives at Jefferson City 2.JW p. in .
John J. Cuuitau, Act. ,
Nr.: ' '
,SOKTU JEFFERSON , 110.
M., K. T. TIMlf TABLE.
' CnANOK Or TIME KOKTH JKHPEKSON.
Xo ! passenger arrives IS S'P-
Departs 11 25 p. m,,
j b najsenger (Katyfljcr) dopnrtsSoa a. m
3Jo i local freight arrives SMp.m,
f departs a .63 p.m.
Mo. t .sng. mrirc. ; ;
lHiH. u .nnrr (Kitr flier) 01" ":'"'
t'Wy "'', 03 WaUrelgnt arrives '
(,''' " Una s and 0 are fasfctrnlns and do iio
iatoD at debotbulVtai) at O. fc A. cross
A jlwr. one-haU'mllo east ol North Jclier-
. .'prnafilntr. Mnuana. 1'Olllunu UUU Ol.
TOOb'ttler, between St. Loul? and Frank
lln. Juortlon. Nos. 03 and 01 carry
puei)KHi nucu iuuiiuvu ...... ....,
' nd onlv run between Sedalla- and Mo-
kane. Forlurther lntormatlon call on
A -nn ,1,lrcs JAMES 1IAKKKU,
K..tfJZTt rt .... ,! rritlnt Annn
IC St. Louis, Mo.
J. L. COS8, Local Agent,
JBrly Pnraaola from Geo. l'orth.
The public schools of this
.will close this week.
Tho Moberly excursionists on
brtAnn Hav Vfrn rrrpntl v nleafifid with
. .their ttoatment in jetrorson uity
ttv' and- have nothing bnt prnisos for
I jB1 'the town. It w.aa a-jolly. crowd
and all enjoyed themselves greatly.
,IfXllle Democratla party) wants a
Hjtarlff which doesn't iinposo war
rtsxes in times of peace. Governor
iFlswcr, in New York Herald, Oct.
l-.t7.r!Aif I7lniiir must rfirri-i-l (lint.
')t" did not get what "It" wanted.
rTlio' heavy rains of last week liave
KM'" damaged property in. most of tho
LiConntles aloijg the OsnpB river. The
. water wm wniiin a tpw tppi, nr ma
fcbigli water msrk reached In Decern.
ArlSeo. Vagner of this city, one of
K'k.tlie ablest German epenkcrs In the
artfl iaf urnannt nnriitiir k llm
Cat hollo Uniou of Missouri, has ao-
"cepted au invitation to deliver an
i 'Ky address to the delegates at St. Jo
S"pli on Juno 1st, 1890'. On that
l-IS day. thcre will be u coleliration of the
I Wnnlverary of the Catholic Union.
l.itfe'fe' nd a large nttendauce will no doubt
WlsJ10' Gcrman Methodist Upiscopa
'Wplinroltj' corner of Broadway and
jSffiVatrcets, holds services as fol
jMSoViii1 Sunday Sohool, Ui,80 a.ni.:
ll- V H'l'.lantnrr, .Mrul,.n 7.fl(lnm . r,r..
WMtiBg Wednesday evening, ,7.i80
I f afocfc. Bkv.- S. ,Gokts, Pastor
kdmtf' , :
w"u'cklen' Arnica Sal vs.
" Tbavlst aalva In the wotld fari'iita.
hrat,srY. ulcers, salt rheum fever,
iMw.tetter: chapped hands, onllblatiUl
Stflw and tall sklu eruntlens. and Doitt.
r.fiutfis.lles, or, u payi required.; vft
rsmra) m it prci sansiiQiimi
uev reiundtd: X'rlca' 25 emu ncr
.. ffii'rwi pj Ai waBuepnerKer, .,;
The cotinty courm1 ' I 3 o'clock
Monday to open tho bin i'oi' tho sale
of $60,000 codrt Iioiim: i'onilti. All
the judges wore present, and there
were four bids, as follows:
Fourth National Bank of Colum
bus, O., 857,000 cash.
W.J. Hayes & Sons, bankers, of
Cleveland, O., at par if censhs shows
population of county to be ovor 30,
000 and 81,805 toT deducted as
expenses for placing bonds, or if
Clerk will certify tho county lias a
populutlon of oyer 20,000, tb bonds
to bo taken at par' with 82,405 de
ducted for expenses In placing
FJrst National Hank of Jefferson '
City had two bids; Tho first 857,
faOO cash ; the second 08 cents on the
dollar, that Is $50,800 for tho cntiro
Issue,-provided tho bonds will be de
livered as the demand for tho money
to Construct tho court 'house la
needed, Interest on sntd bonds to j
run fromimetiL-frelireTyj-"'rho bid j
of the first National Bank of 858,
800 was accepted.
The court transacted other busi
ness a& follows:
The dramshop bond of K. L.
Kricmcl was approved.
The following accounts wcro nl
Cossmeycr llros., lumber for road
district No. 4 S 1.80
Merchant's Hank olllco ront". 15 00
Standard Shoe (Jo. olllco rent.. ..50 00
Tho court adjourned.
Death of -Mr.' Herman, tiheo .
Mr. Herman Tlrjen dtcd on his
farm, three' miles southwest of the
city, on Sunday morning Inst, nt the
ago of 63 years. Mr, Tlhen was
born In -Germany and came to the
United States In 1858, and to Mis
souri In 18C4, and .settled oh tho
farm wliore he died, The following
children survivo him: Itov. J. Hen
ry Tlhcn of Wichita, Kansas, Mrs.
Lizzie Vleth, wifo of Mr.' B. 6.
Vletfa, Mrs. Annn Boor, wife of nur
honored County ClerkK. W. Boer,
Dr. II. B. Tilien of Andole, Kansas.
Also Mary, John P., Joseph, Cather
ine, Mtiggio ami wiiiiam rmon. Air.
Tilien was a highly respected citizen
and his many friends regret to. hear
of his death. The funeral took
plao'e from the Cntholio church In
this city on Tuesday morning.
Jeilorsoii City is a gront straw
berry town. The finest berries in
(he country- nro rnvjgi. riht buro.
On Monday of this weok 800 cases
were Bliipped to Omaha. Dining
tho past wook, tho shipments have
nevragod 200 oases daily. Owing
to tho drought in tho early part of
May tho crop is considerably cut
short, but notwithstanding n very
fair crop was grown. A number
of our suburban fnrmors nro largely
interested in strawberry culture.
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man .
Arc you Bilious, Constipated or
troubled with Jaundice, Sick Head
ache, Bad Taste in Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepslo,
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, I'ain in
Back and Between the Shoulders,
Chills and Fever, Ac. If you have
any of theso symptoms, your Liver
is out of order and your blood is bo
ing slowly poisoned, because your
Liver docs not act properly, " Her
bine " will cure any disorder of tho
Liver, Stomach or Bowels. It has
no equal as a Liver Medicine. Free
trial bottles at Brandcubeiger's.
Mr. Julius Kriegor, of Martins,
bnrg, Audrain county, attended tho
bridgo celebration horo last week
nnd remained several days with bis
many friends. Julius is a staunch
friend to Jofforeou City, and says
that Audrain county can bo relied
upon to give tho present capital an
almost solid Toto.
Tho special bridge edition that wns
gotten out by the Jefferson City Tri
buno was great and is being called
for from every cjuartcr. In addition
to tho write-up of the bridge, it coa
to'acd interesting and valuable anti-.-upital
removal literature. Many
thousands of copies have been sent
An excursion was run from Jef
ferson City to St. Louis on Sunday
Old peoplo who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Elco
trio Bitters. This medicine does
not stimulate nnd contains no whis
key nor other intoxicant, but acts ns
a tonio and alterative. It acts
mildly on tho stomach nnd"bowols,
ndding strength and giving tone to
the organs, thereby aiding nature in
the performance of tho fuhctions.
.Electrio Blttors is an excellent appo
tizer nnd aids digestion. Old peo
ple find it just exactly what thoy
need. I'rico fifty cents per boltlo at
A. Brandonborger's Drug Store.
Homsscckers' Excursion via 31.,
K. and T.
On Mny 10th, Juno 8th and 23d,
July 7th and 2lBt, tho M.,1C andT.
will soli tickets to all points in
Texas excopt to points on Southern
Pucltio rnilway, 8., S. nnd S, railway,
Texas Central railway, Toxns Mid,
land railway, and Waco and North
western railway, all points in Louis
iana west of Lafayotto, Arizona,
Maricopa, and points east thereof
except to pointi on Murcopa and
l'hoenix railway nnd to all points an
ton and Harrison ville,-Mo., and Clio-
topa, Kansas, Inclusivo, at rate of
ono regular first class furo for round
trip, plus 52, except that no tickot
Is sold for less than S7. These
tickets 'will .e good for return
twenty dnyB from date of sale.
Stopover allowed nt any point south
of Clinton within the fifteen days
going )imii For further informs
tion, call on or address J. L. COSS,
Ticket Agent, North Jefferson, Mo.
(P.O. Cedar Ojtj, Mo.)
Notice" Is hereby given that Utters
of administration on tho estate of
Nliholiu Llnhardt, deceased', wero
granted to the undersigned ou the
1 1th day of May, 18'JO, by the Tro.
bate Coui't. of Colo county, Missouri,
All persona having claims against said
estate are required lb exhibit thpuS,
for allowance to- the administrator
within ono, year after Urn dale of
said letters, or they may, bp prcclud.
ed f rom any benefit of -sue'u estate
and if such claims be nyt fxhlhUed
within' two years fiotu "the datu pf
this publication, they Shall Wfor
jsvef barredi .
nTiuUtti day, of May, WO, .
'IIenuv O, XikiuiiDTif f.
tt. itUi' ft mm mB-a . . i n i ' -ri l rouiiUlUKD.anu euumuy iuu (Bautiui.c
t.9. vnw!ffirwrw simtxKm
THE LAKE RESORTS .
OF THE NORTH
Are ticst reached by the BUR
LINGTON UOUTK. Daily trains
St. Louis, Kansas City and St. Jor
seph, to ,it. Paul nnd Minneapolis,
malting connections for Spirit Lake,
Mlnnetonka, White Bear Lake, Du
lull, etc. Consult Ticket Agent.
L. TP. WAKELY, G. P. A.,
mljl St. Louis, Mo.
Reached by tb,e BUKLINGTON
ROUTE Injess than 48 lnurs from
tho Missouri river the shortest line
by 20U miles. Write fur illustrated
pamphlet or descriptive booklet of
Personally Conducted Tours.
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
mljyl St. Louis, Mo.
Another Piiza Word Contest.
On account of the great success
of the last contest offered by Ladies'
Every Saturday, llie-piiblishcrs have,
at the request of many of their read
ers, decided lo offer another, and
will pay 820 in gold to the person
able to take the letters contained in
L-A-D-I-E-S W K-E-K-L-Y aim
constiuct tho largest number of
words therefrom without using any
letter in any ouu word more times
than it is contained in L-A-D-l-E-S
W-E-K-K-L-Y. For example Is,
lad, sleek, etc. 815 will be paid for
the second best lUt: 810 for the
third best list, and $5 for each of
tlie live .iext best lists 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 FiiiL Safety Bicycle (cither
girl's or hoys) will be given for hett
list received fiom any one tinder 17
years of age. (Age must bo writ-
eon Clin- teir-ttjhHoHnt-fof-thk-rteer)-
Enclose three two-cent stamps for
a 8Sinple-copy of this popular weekly
for tallies and girls containing full
particulars nnd rules governing
vfOrd-buildlng contest. Address,
" Ladles' Every Saturday,"
020 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
THE DAKOTA HOT SPRINGS.
The Hot Springs of Arkansas havo
long been deservedly popular, for the
ie.ion that there le no ollier.place that
has lliled the requirements of buth a
health and a pleasure icfuit'. This ,tatu
of affairs has changed. The Hut Bprlugs
ot South Dakota have, In rocut years,
been throw u op)u tu the people, and
because uf (heir delightful (situation, and
great curative qualities, are becoming
more popular every day. Situated at
this resort U, In the famous Ulaek llllls
In the midst ot peauilf ul mountain awin
e.v. noaxssaluir that neculUr baUamlu
I'atuioephero.yvnleb Is In Uself health giv
ing, wHh waters tht are nrunouncodby
experts wipini umuiiiicnyr ,u u,c u,
any other mineral sin lugs lu tuewurld,
Itwlll oou oiurankauy olUei llkeresurt.
U'lie lioteracvommouatlon, are 01, the
best huatelries, with all the.msdern in-,
pmvenients and conveniences. The ud
iI Kvant. built -61 tiluk' Sand stone, with
steain heat, -electrio lights, and eveiy';
room, an uulaiue uuu, is easily tne nest
jso'ndncted house between, Jlilwgo and
Denver, Tha'rttWsare 'all reasonable.
-The marvelous vVlr d Cave" l ,tbe falls
ol Fall lllvcrj ,t)titila'iliuntatk tue.oid
Iniliju, haliloineitud: Deadvm'odaiUl the
fcild lleldsi atid:ih tiiiuwu llau Lilmt.
are all within drlyiiig,rtUrou6:jltie: nl itu-
luotu piuugn uatn tuu miringa n nuu
as blg;oii f. (Ma )ifiet'.'iMut';iiuln
ruuuuiuxm.wiiM ,wmjw ,,'
Of tUU-'-Car Kbatt 14 -nw
is rai'iuiy ueuuuiiuH iuu
Wo.givs tho people wnrnlng that
the clry weather, doonying vegotn
tion nnd hot sun, has rondorod tho
water "everywhere impure, nnd ,tho
only safety is to boil tho water ba
foro using if. All physTcinns re
cognize tho fact that many diseases,
nnd especially tho ono to bo droadod
most of nil, typhoid fever, is pro
ddcod from impuro water. It Is
bnt little troublo to boil enough of
water iu tho evening to do a family
nil of tho next day, and if boiled
and sot out. of doors nt night,
will bo cool, nnd nice by morning.
This is ah important matter to
ovoryono using either hydrant water;
or woll water. Too much earn,
cannot bo takon at such timo as
Do not drink 'a drop of water
that has not been boiled. Sednlin
Capital, October, 1805.
In Stato Report October
Lots of refreshing rains,
Health generally gooc1.
Dr. S. H, Miller, voter Itmry sur
geon, wns in onr township 'last
Thursday and Friday.
Thero was a singing nt Mr, John
Bnchmnn's Sunday night. It Wfl"
u grand success.
Wo learn that Mr, Conrad Ha
ger and Mr. Fred Steflius, ot De
catur, havo traded proporty.
Sunday tho JoflVrson City Browm
nnd Brazito ball tonnis played ti
game, The Fcoro stood 9 to 0 in
favor of Brnzito.
Thero wn a hnrnrnising nt Mr.
Andrew Millor's last week on Long
crook. It is one of '.lie largest
in this vicinity. SoArsnrK.
f mo culling nuair mat took place
at the Monrnj House on the night of
the bridge celebration dav mav
leinllnnto as scrlounlv'a3 was feared. 1 Plomnrh, sometimes called watcrbrnsh,
u t-i i . i . , fifi .. Mel jtiiniii'' pain, dlMioM, nausea,
HanK. Usher, who was stalihod-by,,,, '....ml In- Hood's Saim!
Geo, Welbitrn, is iinnrovmir'jpnlid i,!irill:ir -TliI. It aociiiiiiili-lici bwui'
strong hopes nro etilcrtalnedpf h!l with Its wonderful power as a blood
iri I ,iina ,JS' i.., ' puriller, Hood's Saisaparllla gently
recovery. His. relatives nro' here . , ,, ..,i,i, ' l(lld, i
nursing nira nna his fathcr'irrived
from Nebraska a few days ago. Tl.o
cause of the stabbing, Welbi'rn ail.
mils, was joaloii9y. Welliurn now
.vory much regrets the nffalr and is
ery anxious for the recovery of the
wounded man, who Is still conllned
lo liis bed at the Monroe House.
Welburn is in jail. f
dlgcllvo organs, invigorate" the liver,
creates an appetite, gives refreshing
sleep, and raKes tho health lone, lu
caBPs of dyi-pepsla and Imtlye-tlon it
seems tu have "a liuiglu touch."
"For over 12 years lsultcred from sour
with severe pains acres', my Bhouldefs,
and great distress. I hail violent nauca
which would leave mo very weak ami
faint, dimeult to rjet my breath. TIicbb
spell camo oftcner a(nl more severe. I
did net receive any lasting benefit from
physicians, but found such happy effects
Rov. J. F. Hendy, 1 IX, wns
inblnlled ns pastor of the First Pros-1 from a trial ol flood's 8nr",annrMa, that I
bvterinn chureh. on Tnesduv oven. . 'oolc several bottles and mean to always
ing, nt 3 p. ra, Rov. Dr. Jenkins
of Kansas City prcachoel the inslnll-
nn fcu.innn. 7ov. T)r. W'.allfpr nf
ti. .. Hill t-
and O. C. Rowlinson of tliis
city, nleo took pnrt in tho exercises.
Railroad commissioner Joe. Flory
is quito dangerously sick at his homo
in St. Louis.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
keep It in the house. I airi now able to
do all my own work, which for six yean
I havo been unable to do. My husband
and son havo alio been greatly bene
fited by Hood's Harpaparilla for pains In
tho haofe, ntl attar the urlp- 1 glndlj
recommend this grand blood medicine."
Mrs. Pktek Duuby, Leominster, Mass.
Bargains in Every Department ! i
AVu invito close inspection of n few bargains lu this sale. i
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This invaluable remedy is one that
ought to be in every household. It
will euro your Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Sprains, Cuts, Biuiscs, Burns,
Frosted Feet and Ears, Sore Throat
and Soro Chest. If you have Lame
Back it will cure It. It penetrates
to the seat of the disease. It will
cure Stiff Joints and Contracted
Muscles after all other remedies have
failed. Those who have been crip
plea for years have uied Ballard's
Snow Liniment and ilirnr.ii away
their crutches and been hIiIo to walk
as well as ever. It will cure you.
Pjlce 50 cents. Sold by A. Bran-dciibcrger.
The decorations on bridge day
were gpneral. The town presented
n Fourth of July appearance, and.
many were the compliments that
were heard fiiuu visiting stranger?.
Half Fare Rates.
Louisville nnd Nnshvillo Knitroad
wiirmake pno faro round trip Muy
,10th nnd Illst, ou account of Iho
inaugural ceremonies of tho Ten-
ues.eo Coutonninl nt Nashville, Ten
uesseo, Juno 1st. Tickets good re
turning until Juno 5th.
GEO B. HORNER.
A new granitoid walk is .being
put in fiont of Gooiz's cigar store on
Francis, Alderman, Cht-
I regard Dn King's
New Discovery as an Ideal panacia
fur couylis, colds and lung complauts,
having used it In my family for the
Inst livo years, to tho exclusion nf
physicians' prescriptions or other
Rev. John Burgua, Keokuk, Iowa,
wrUcS: 'I have been a mlnUter nf
iiie-JfethuUist Episcopal Chunili for
50 year's or mure, and have never
found anything so heni-flcinl or that,
gave mo such apeedy relief ns Dr.
ICiiip'n New Dl-eoverv." Try lliis
Ideal cough remedy now. Trial hot-
ties free at A- Hramlenherger's drug
TtfCallfornia via Burlington Route,
P.rjoually Conducted Journeys.
Every Wvdnesdny from BujUngton
at 11 p.m. Evey Thursday fiom
Omaha nt 8 a. in. Through tourist
jleqpe s to Lis Angeles, with (on
'litulor In ch-irgii vinScenltTColortdp,
U8 degrees Miuhi:if. Consult ticket
agent. L. W, WAKKLEYt
jyl G. P. A., St. Lobl. Mo.
Notice, is hereby given that letter
to ti'stiin.ent'iry ,on liiocslaie of.Iolp
W. Ahyer, decraned, were. gr!nter
to the undersigned on tho IlJtli day
of March, 1,8'JG, by tho Probatb
court of, Colo county, Missouri, AU
persons having claims against cald
ostate, are required to exhibit thero
for. allowance to the executors within
one; year after the.date of said let
ters, or tln-y may be;rtte,-lud3'V--lKoa,
any Voneflv-if such' estate j and III
, , , . .i,' . t. .. . ..- , i
suoiwiaiws-.no notyxiluitu winun
.tijj.ygart from the date of, this
publication hcy1 ;iiiai 'e foryer
uarretu, "t, - ,
Ann Barbara Meyer,
Is the One True moral l'urllier All iImh-kM. 1.
" " ti --v,., cute all I. her IIM anj
HOOtl S PlllS blck IleaiSacUe. isceuts.
Tho Mtssouti liver has been on a
licom. The heavy rains nio rrspou
sible. In a few weeks the June ri-e
will also reach here, so that the high
stage of water may bo looked for
cnnttnu&ly for several weeks.
Genuine Fiench Orgntidlo Lawns mid Imputed Printed nnd
Dotted Swibs, lust seasons styles, wero Hoc. May Saio Price, 15c.
15,000 yards best Sttindtird Satine-linish prints; sold for l 1-2
cents; May snlo price, 5c. S
All Wool y0-inch Pin Checl: Suitings, would bo cheap nt i!0c. p
May Salo Price, 21c. 1
. 10-inch All-Wool Suitings, sold nt -10 and 50c. Mny Salo
Wo havo n complete lino in latest Parisian and Linen Effects g
u Shirt WnUts. u
Poieales nt 10 nnd 12 l-2c per yard.
fV, 50 Now SI) les of Organdies in Linen nnd Parisian Effects, 1
soma of tliu wry latit nt 12 12 nnd 15c it yard.
Don't fail to givo us a call this mouth. j
R. Dallmeyer Dry jGoods Co. 1
227 Madison St. 1
MOST PERFKCT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
As reported in our last issue' the
bridge celebration was a great suc
cess. There were fully 25,000, peo
ple presrnt. The day was very
pleasant, but a heavy storm about 8
o'clock in the evening foiced Hie
abandonment of the Flambeau fire
works display in tho tveuing.
No. 1 Cures Fever.
No. a " Worms.
No. 3 ' Infants' Diseases.
Ho. 4 " Diarrhen.
No. 8 " Neuralgia..
No. O Cures Headncho.
No. lO " Dyspepsia.
No. I 1 " Delayed Periods.
No. 112 " Louoliorroa.
No. 14 " Skin Diseases.
No. IB Cures Rheumatism.
No. 10 " Malaria.
No. SO " Whooping Cough
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
No, 30 " Urinary Diseases
No. 77 " Colds and Grip.
Sold by DniKgists, or sent prepaid on
receipt of price, 5c, or G fur $1.
I)a. IIcjirHEETs1 IloMcorATUio Manual
of Itaww JItir.Kn I-'iikr,
Humphreys' Med. Co., Ill William St., II. Y.
Afake Your Feet Gfad,
You can get
a pair of
that is snug without pinching.
Mario ttj 9el2, Schwab & Co , ChlcaffO.
Largest i,Luq uidkura lu ILo L'nltcU EUtoa
Home Seekers Exclusion Cheap
Rates via Burlington Route.
Ou April 21st and .May 5th, the
BURLINGTON ROP1K will sell
tickets at vory low rales to points in
Kansas, Nehia-kt, Suiilli Dakota,
Minnesota and other leiriloty. Asl;
your lickot agent.
L. W. WAKELKY. G. P. A
aHl St. Louis, .Mo.
CUTLERY, ETC. -
The most complete stock In Central Missouri of the bust and cheapjst Hardware,
ritiwa.-e, Sious, Cutlery, etc. Exclusive agents tor the celebrated Wiru Uauze
Jharter Oak rilove and Quick Meal Uasoline Btoves.
Door 1'r.iim , Wlni'ow Piame', Wire Screens, Weather Strips, Upring Hinges,
Dlrd Cages, Water Coolers, etc., a tpectalty. Tin Hoofing, Spouting and .'nbblng ot
ill kinds given prompt attention.
No, 123 East High Street.
'AGO 15 MOEltSCHEL.
FltANZ MOERSCHUL. ANDREW MOEliSCHEI.
CAPITOL BREWING GO.
CORPORATION, JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Brewers, Malsters Bottlers
All Orders Given Prompt Attention.
jKFrcr.ioN, ctry, mo.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, - $60,(
T" - i-VV "J. " -v v lti
ON WAY TIOrtRTH AUK IOLO
At H Cents a Mile
fnoj tHC MOn,H ovin Thb
kftUIBVlLLt . NMVIiV M. R.
To Individuals on the first Tuewlny. sort
to partle. of wreu or mote en the Third
Tne44y of each inonib, to nearly all
point, fa the Bouth i mul on special ante.
Ricnraiou Tickets are tutd at a Utile
more than One l'rc for the round trip.
For full (oformatlcm write to
O0, B, EOEia, DiT.rass. AsL.St. Louts, Eo,
p. p. ATupsa an rtix ah j Lniimit, sr.
, Write tor County Map of the South to
either of the Bbove. named gentlemen,
or to P. SikIsnes. ras. At-enl, in charge
, piruituglmm, Ala.
St'n,VP V yf M. 'r v ..
WIUlogjiiV6rt.wilU ;tri, terA IimIU
miVirtt?,nlijWljr.linef tlin' in Oalttor
towHtVpX al l? i MtHT. 'W'''
lTV&?uililct!f SoUry Coldest Ans la
To California via Burlington Route.
Vestiliuleil Trains to Uoiiver;
Through conni otinp; nlccpiT-i to San
I'rancisco. Seonio Colorada, Da dp.
Crcc3 sunshine, rcturiiiiiL' via Puget
Sound, Yellowstone Pull;, Billings,
Custer Bittth'llohl, IlotSprings, Black
ililU. Every tlcsiruhlu feature en
route on ene ticket. Consult Ticket
Agent, L. W. WAKKLY,
G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
IIIE GOLDF1ELUS OF
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE.
A fast through vrslihiilnl train
ilally to Denver making direct con-
fur CRIi-PLK CRI.EK,
(Jul. ; alai, fast itallv trains to th
stnlil llehls of .MONTANA and th
1 1 1 a e I; HI I h.gOfluis ihnrlmt line I iom
.Missouri river, Alt your nt for
information about the Bnilinglon
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
St, Louis, Mo.
Spring Trip South.
On April 7 nnd 21, ami May 0,
tickets will be eold from principal
cities, towns uml villages of tho
north, to all points an tin- Louln-lll
& Nushvillu R dlrouil in Tenneascc
Alubauin, Slifcisslppi, Florida and n
l Oitlon of Kentucky, nl onesliigle
faru for the round trip, Tickets will
be good to return within 21 days, on
p nyinent of 82 to agent nt destina
tion, nnd will allow stop-over tit nny
point on the touth bound tiip. Ak
your ticket agent about it, anil if be
cannot poll you excursion thkets
write to O. P. Atlnore, Gciu-rul Pas
senger Agent, Louisville, Ky.
II. C. r.ffivo, Presl leat,
W, Q. UAt-LirEYiiR, Casliter,
W. A. lJALLMurtu, Assistant Cashier.
Uo sg neral n 'Dltlap b-isluesa, buy nml mil
, ,1-no .tc a'ul K.tivlifii rx' Immce. I-'urult. ts
lt-t er-ul iulr.xluciluu aetl OleUlt lo lis wrl
n is correspontleatd. Al,nrs has m,mr,t iu
loin lis custotuer-t. Allows Interest oa lira--Uoposlts,
It.v areetuear, nn I deals In (lu,.
t-n-m-'-ut, Bin e, Co my, Municipal lionil,
an 'Iirli (IrdilTSecurtt'os, CullectUns uiud-j
on L.uiui'ean cities direct.
I Cavcati, an1! Trnde-Marks ot talnen, ond all Pat-s
0 tnt Lufcincss conducted fur Mode rat t Fees. 5
JCufl orFice 19 Opposite U. S. patent OrrictJ
j i-ti.j rr dtawiri" or pnoto., with -tnc-rnp-
Jfi'iri, vf v e, If pAt enable or not, rcu ati
ti-trcr, O ir its mi (I ic till patent la Kwt.rrf!. '
l A PAfc u'. c-, "How to Obtain l'ntcms.,'' wiitu
ices; of 6.u c in tM U. S. and furiucouatrka,,
ssr.t tree. Aadress,
a m on T'sr a r , I
Patcmt OFftSE. Wasimm" irj.D.C t
M;t4i. THE ,
Conuccting tho Commercial. Centres and rich
The Broad Corn and Wiiont Fields and Thriving
The Tcrtilc River Valleys and Trado Centre of
Tho Ouud, I'lCturesfiae nnd IZneliantlnR Seen,
cry, and tho famous MlnluK Oi-ittielsot
Tho Ap-ienltaral, Fruit, Mineral nud Timber
Luuds, and Famous Hot Snriua ot
The beautiful I'oUinR I'rnlrlcs and Wood lanU
Tho Sncar Plantations ot
SOLID THROUGH TRAINS
St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST, JOSKPII, DKNVEU.
St. Paul and Minneapolis,
'WITH DINING CARS,' VESTI
1 IU'LKD DRAWING ROOM
Tho Cotton and Ornm l'lclds. the Cattle ltanses
sad W inter Uesorts ot
nistorle.nl ant' beenlo
OLD AND MEW MEXICO,
And forms with Its Connections tho 1'oputa
Winter Houlo to
ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA,
For full deiertptlvo and OVa'tratod pamphlflt ot
any of the above State. Ol ll&t Hurtnc. Ark , Ban
Antonio, Texas, and AfexljO. adreaa Cozupaay'a
II. O. TOVNSNn,
llt'tnillUlt ttfciHAaat. (,T. T.OP13. ?io.
Send Six 2 Cent Stamps
. For .
The NEW SOUTH
, 150 First Class Receipts.
11. y Kiin, t. ct i, ;t.( mwiviiic, irnn.
SLEEPING CARS, RECLINING
CHAIRS, (SEATS FREE.)
Only One Change of Cats to thcSgj
ATLANTIC or PACIFIC COASTS
For Nobrrt . v ' t
JIany Hours Quiel.-cst Tijno
DENVER & COLORADO POINT
L. AV. WAKELEY,
Gen. l'asscnger Agt., St. Louis, Mo.
IIOHANTIC BLACK HILLS,
HOT SPRINGS, S. I),
Ortrlsbiul nf America, Bltiefct
Skies, Brighten Sunshine. Woudei
fill mineral 'waters. Less than 24
hours from Missouti river. Splendid
llolt-ltt. Sncclal Eicitrxloii Itlm.
SCtjti for pamphlet end consult ticket
W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.,
Far aiMScliina Repair Shops
jnAi OAinKOj un to onUsa-V
GlY Uf , for anyttinfc In qm
tint filttiifablton ffUcnnUed.
. Bhoiiioh Jaffcribn'.ia-Mt. bttntM
. .:.' :'.-.r---7T."M,.-:-r'r';TT.-Tv-'--
j Machines of Perfection J
The Zenith cf.
Ladles' Model, $85. Gent' Model, S85 , $100
MADE FROM THE FINEST OF MATERIALS AND BY H
EXPERT MECHANICS. U
TOOL STEEL BEARINGS DROP FORCING CONNECTIONS THROUGHOUT
AFewMore Aoentn Waol.- PMji.,r,i,u,,.iTu H
KM GLADIATOR CYCLE WORKSit
-jri09 t0 MS W. 14th.St.,.CHICAGO
BranciSlfc, York, Tislilnrrtpn, Denver,, Mtoneapclla, ClnclnnMb
Wm$ h New.Orleim,-SittlWlii;''v;