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The.. Missouri , Dairy Meeting.
Tho t'.volth nnnnnl. cotiycn'mn of tlio Misssurl Hairy association, which will be hold at 1'alniyrn, Mo., November 7 0, promises to bo ft very important occasion, and will bo very largely uttendud by dairynion from all parts of Missouri and from 'other state. Tho railroads have malo a one nnd u third opcu rate from all points in Missouri to Piilmyrn, und the Dudli-y hotel will tnsilfQ a Bpocinl tutu to all attending the; convention. Cash premiums ntnoncting to ?20, three gold medals and a silver cup will le u warned on butter and choosy nhown; also premiums for papers on feedin?. exhibits of silau, etc., will bo offered. Tliero will be an amaz ing array ot premiums offered for local competition, including a ?25 Jersey licifer. There will be larpo exhibits of dairy machinery. A btronit program of papers ntnl addresses has boon pro pnred, arid the eminent speakers selected to address the convention will ccver the dairy idd in an iutercKtiug and instructive limn her. For program Kiviiiji full par ticular.? n-j to premiums, rules, etc., a'dlre-M Levi Chubbnclf , Sx. rctnry, l.'l'.eiuiea! i;i'd;rg. t: . J .mis, Mil Tin; m;sT is thi;ciii:aim:st. Not liotv cheap, but how good, in the ui!stiin. Thti Twice a Week itepublio is not us cheap as are sotno Mi-cnllcd newspapers. I!ut it is as cheap as i is possible to sell u lirst class newspaper. It prints all the news that is wurlii printing. Jf you n-,id it all the year round, you are po.-tod nn all the import ant and inierrstiii.:.' ullairs of the world. It is the be.st ami nio-t n-liabie newspaper that money and bruins can produceand those should be the di?tinui.sli. ing traits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by ali mem bers of the family. Subscription price, -ft a year. Any newsdealer, newspaper or post m aster will receive your sub scriptiou, or you may mail it din-el to Tin: Ukl'Cw.ic. Si. Louis, Mo. WILLIAM Mc KIN LEY, HIS Ul'liAMl WOUK. UY tiKX. ('has. II. (Juosvr.Noit. The late president's lib-Ion;: friend, comrade in war, colleague in coie;r; s ) an J champion in the hoi:s.! hi' ivpi-".-cniat i vi's ; was li-'-ar ! lie risi.lent's side widi oilier ;.'!"at ni.-a when l,U eyes Wi re e!e .ed in. ileal!.; followed his ri mains to tlie iiii!iiiii;il riipitnl and to ' 'iii'iii. M ii lions of copies Will I," ;uld. Saie.s .-lie spreading Ii!;-- i'r.i in dry s! ilMi ; men 1111:1 v ; i ,'.i'n;:: tri to lifty orders 1 u'.v. Il .-- tin: oilieial book. Kultigies 'nun iroveruors. seua tors. i-uitori.tN Ir-jiu fc'teat dailies. Ln-.i and ilyitiLC wunls of world's real nil n, but none so rraud as M'-Kieky's "1 is Cud's way." I'oui.iins phoio!;ravii!'e of last photograph ot the president ever taken. Voucau easily utid quickly clear 'nio. 'I'iie general re miirca that iii- si, ire of the lim- ceeds of sale of every book .sold hliall be donated to a McKuiloy Monument, I'tind. Thus every subscriber to this book becomes a contribute!- to this fund. Kvciy body will buy it; orders for the asking; no one will refuse. Send V2 2-cutit stamps for elegant, pros pectus; l'.Hi.O'ii) Copies will lie hold in this vicinity quick; wide awake business man or woman of pome means can make a fortune quick by gcttinj: sole control of a state. Address, Tho ('untmental Assembly, Corcoran building, opposite V. S. Treasury, Wash ington, lyv. . si S.A.IngaHs, ofl'rown l'oint, N. Y. .writes: "My wife Buffered from kidney trouble for years. She was induced to try Jfoley'sKidnoyCuro and loss than a wci.lt after she be gan using it, she was srreatly im proved and three bottles cured her." All dealers. Those desiring to bring m wood on subscription will please do so as quick as possible. We - want to lay in our winter supply before tho roads get bad. " N E R V EW AST E 7 One of tint must helpful hooks on nerve weakness rvrr imuiimI in that entitled "Nerve Wasle," liy l)r. Saw yer, of San Francisco, now la its tlftli thousand. Thin work of an experi eiu'eil anil iTnilalle ivsii-iaii is in atsreealtle coiurast to I lie vital sum of false teaehinur which iireviiiU on this Interest inj,' Hiihii'ct. It almmuls in carefully -considered and practical niivlee, and has tho two great, merits if wistloin iiiul sincerity. It in indorsed by but h t he religious ami tieculiir prewi. Tim Cliii'il;o Ad Vimee says: "A perusal of the book ami tho application of its iirlneiidi-s will put health, lion- and heart Into ' thousands of lives t hai are now Buf fering through nerve impairment." Tlio Imok Is 1, by mail, postpaid.. One of the most liiti-rustiiiu vluqitrrn eluiptr-r xx, on nervines and nerve tonics has been printed .ceparatcly us a sample chapter, and vlil be Kent to any addrfiot for stamp by t tie pub lishers, 'J'hu l'aeillo Pub. Co., Itox iUJH.ban i-'raucihco. A certain yi-iing 'mini of Com rnerce, Those name Vo will not mention, not Iwng sinco went to the Capo to visit his sweetheart nnd spent the evening very pleasantly in her society. When it came time for bin. to leave lie found a heavy fitorm raging. He had neither umbrella nor rubber coat, and when the girl's father invited him to stay t ntil morn ing be very readily consented. Ho is a yery bashful young man, and next morning upon being in vited to a seat at tho tablo he becamu nervous and agitated, lie sat opposite a mirror and di covered that b had forgotten to comb his hair. Then be dropped his fork on the floor, and when ho stooped to pick It up upset his coffee. Matters went from bad to wor.-o until in despair the young man quit eating and put bis bands un lor tho Utile. Tho looso end of the tablo cloth wrs laying in Ins lap nnd when he touched it he turned pale. He thought it was his shirt, that in his nervotM b isle he had, for gotten to put inside his trousers, and that it accounted for the smiles of tho family im his ap pearanee that morning. Ho slutted tlio suppc-cl shirt inside his pants, and two niiuntes later when tho family aroso from tho tablo there was a crash. Tho dishes lay in a broken mass ou tho floor. The .young man pulled three feet of ta',e cloth out of his pants ami uuub a hurried exit oul of tin back door. Uen ton News Hoy. A report from S -pt.J .C.Oluek. reform school, l'i untytown, W. V a., Oct Is. iiioo. "After trying all other advertised couch medi cines wo have decided to use Fo ley's Honey arid Tar exclusively in the West Vifgini.i reform school, i liud it the most effective ami absolutely haimlcss." All dealers. BAN S A IVE irt trait ttaiing j!o In the wanu. A I if . 1 IKE CHEAT IONIC LAXATIVE If you bavo tour stomach, indigestion, biliousneia, constipation, bad breath, dizziness, inactive liver, heartburn, kidney troubles, backache, ton of appetite, inaomnia, lack of energy, bad blood, blotched Of muddy akin, or any symptom and disorders which tell the story of bad bowela and an impaired digestive system, Laxakola Will Cure Vosu It will clean out the bowels, stimulate the liver and kidneys. Strengthen the mucous membranes of the stomach, purify your blood and put you "on your feet" again. Your appetite will return, yout bowels move regu larly, your liver and kidneys cease to trouble you, your skin will clear and freshen and you will feel the old time energy and buoyancy. Mother .-cltlnit tho pmiwr medietas to give their little ones for constipation, illarrl.f , coUo and (.miliar trouble, will find Luukula an Ideal mndlclnn Jor ehtldron. It b-i-p their bowel regular without pain or Krlplng, acts a a general tonlo. aiwUts nature, alii (LVuaUon, relieve reatlesaoees, clean the sotted tontnut, reduooa fever, raiise ref niunit. restful steep and uiakes Uieua well, happy and hearty. I IT Ckiidrtn like it ami utk for it. m ForSaleby H. L. JONES. nin.H ,, m..l, ..allvr mii.I (ur,,.., m.m! mt ,-nr ufi. r, I. r M)c. Al drum lit. bMl f..r frM ..,.,. ,., UK I AAK.a.A CO , 111,,.,,, s,cl. y ,'d D.r,Z,n ,L .,TSt YZ t'Zt". R-EPA-N-S tabules Doctors find A Good Prescription for mankind WANTED HtaariM kMltk shat l -A'N t wfll aal Ml. Thr htiiWli rla fraloBi liU. Out iItm Jtpl . b.llluu. K I PA N S, i. Iu T,nlJ. Notice in this lsuo the ad of Pnwneo iJilPa Wi. I Went show. Tho Rhow honors Jackson with the last show of tho season. From hero the show will go into winter quarters nt Chester, Penn. Over three hundred people will be paid off here, und in preparing to go homo ninny dollars will no doubt be left with the merchants and others of our town. Wo hear that this is a clean, moral, first class show. It comes in twenty two cars, hence a good sized show. DeWitt's Liitlo Karly Risers nover J: nil I . uisappoini. i aey are suic, prompt, gentle, effective in removing all impurities lrom the liver and bow els. Small and easy to lake. Never gripo distress. II. L. Jones. TICKETS TO New York and Buffalo VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE civm 10 Days Stop-Over at lliifl'ilrt Pan-American IMINdlO Exposition, l,(OK AT TIIK MEIiri.H. l.v.St. I.ouls.. JD u. m. J 'I m Hiftp.ni A r. tiulliiln, , , . 2..W it. rn. ii.lnu.m. ?.;) n. m Ar. Nnv nrk . i! 'A p. m. n.mi p. m. H.tm u. ro. nr. itiouin p. ui. v.'V p. hi. iv. h u. in Thpniifh Ctiuflu', lihitnir Curs, Hlcpora, unci Llhrury (.afi Ciith fnmi Hi, Lmii. Tor (fijlili'i. Map, hI4h, Mtplriir Curs find ll:itiriMiit TirkriH, vui on or u(lt)rtt . i. Miiutii-y, t. t. i'. a,, i.nivsinut auu itriiu'iuny, m. i.uuih, .mo. BIG FOUR TICKET OFFICE. Marvin Collegiate Institute IlllsilH'S" College, Conservatiiry of Music, Sebml of Klocut ion. Terms for board and tuition low, Nine teachers, all specialists. Piano, voice, anil ail stringed Instruments, liemiiiftil and healthful town. Send for catalogue to NELSON B. HENRY, J ' H K I r. U I C K TO w .v, Mo. Iwn l lift REAL ESTATE FOR SALE For1 particulars apply to.L. M. Ucan, Jackson, Mo. Mr. lienn is In mutual correspondence with the Buchanan & Roddick real es tate and abstract compnny, of Dloomflcld, Mo no I. 2'Kl finrna. nt WhltnWfttpr. I?:", rlf,Arnrt twn linllafta 1 h Itlirh Iftn.l baiaiico botunn. ' ' Mo. 2. lso.M) acrt-g, .1 mild of Allen ville; i.'i aoros cleared, fair Iiouhb, 3T acres bottom liind. No. 8. ll acres, 5 miles west of OorUonville; i acres cleared, nearly all bottom land. No. 4. 377 seres, 2J miles from Wi.itewattr! 1W aetes cleared. K bot tom land. No. fl. IHO sores; 1m acres cleared: tnfln tin -1 1 , u am t. nf Arlmr. uti.ul hotiHC, barn and orchard. ' lo. . 6MO acres, at Imtclitown: 3X1 acres cleared; 12 xprinuM, koou notme ana oarns, water in every iioiu. 7. All B..ma 1' i,lla nnr, I. n.n.l ..v. .. .v . , ....... ii.,tvunvnv of CouHitivlllo, all under fence. west of itandle Station: all timber rri. n. itiai nrm. ni la Brkiiffii- lund. No. 9. 40 acres, 1 mile north of KiiiHlles Ntntiim, all timber land. No. 10. (Ml nerert, 1 mile east if Arbor, :i0 acres clenred. o. ii. kit acres, l mile west of IloiR'k. 1(10 I'ereM clenred. N'.i llu Oil jiivaa IL' n,lln. ..... . , . ... . f uii'co nmi or iiouck; m acres cieareu, nouso and bam. No. 12. lot acres, mile south of immu-k; (joou nonsc ana Darn, every IIIII1K K'H'll- No. 1-1. WD acres, 1 mtlo west of ('ollHinville. 2U0 ncrcR. clunrrul 7 Iwitinoa. No. 11. :ii)0 acres, 1 jnile southwest of Delta, all timber land. I.', 711 7". .,.r. 1. " " " ...... a. . , m .l.ll.n Itiftbll west of .InekKon, flo acres clenred, 3 springs, House and bam. No. Hi. 2oo acres, 2 miles nouth of flmvol Hill nil tl,.,lw.r I ...,l ........ ...... .... .,(.,, . .I1I1V,. M). li. 1! acres, 3 miles south of jncKson, im acres cleared, good buildings and springs. N(l. I?ll- H1L4 nnrna T. n,tlna ..w.l. ..... ..... -' ' HV.vn, v mill:, 111,. . J I of Cape tilrardcmi, 2iK) acres cleared, t 'i uik aim pnoa ouuuinjrs. No. IH. 27.70 acres, i milo north west of Millerville,8-room house and iwo iMi nnrns. No. li. 131 acres; adjolninir Juck- ...... ion i i flini, i-unina i:i'iirf'ii. - - -- . o 1 l,n' , ill Fm;v- son, 5 rooms, stable and smoke house, io. j.fi.iiu acres: mi es miutb. West Of Jnck'Hon. H r Mini Iuiiko 9 ciMerns und a well: 7,"i acrea muni white onk timber. Nil. Dwi'lllflip linnn In T.i.lr..n ' - r ... tf.i,,i.?iiii, 0 rooms, cellar and stable. No. 24. Dwelling Iiouko; in Jackson, i iimmn, migo ioi; staoie ann cellar; nearly new. No. 21. xo acres; 1 mile north of Knnilli-s .Station, all wood; and 240 acres at Auvanee, hioililard county, i.kj ncrt-H c H ir . iriinfi nn minim Nn !?."i. ISM nnniii. 1 ,i,I1a ..- Uordonvillo, ion acros cleared, well waieren. mm No. an. 80 acres; at Randies Sta tlon. u.i acres cleared, nnw a mnm house. No. 27 Oi.'jO acres; 3 miles west of .uuierviiie, o. aeros cleared, 400 fruit trenH. tirw 4 riioiti hnnun ui.rf,,. No. 2, H2 acres; 2i miles southeast ot JiicKson, u acres cleared. No. 21). 77 aeros; 2 miles northwest oi jacKson, s room house, now barn sprinir.2: . i CSS No. 30. 140 acres; 4 miles west of JscKson, ioo acres cleared. No. 31. 40 acres; near Handles Sta Hull. 3(1 acres elcnrnd. No. 32. "0 feet trout on ifaln streot in .lacKHon. No. 33. 2 dwelling houses in Jack sou. Nn. 31. 110.7."! acres; near Delta all tinilipr. No. 3.). 300 aeres; it miles northwest of .luckson, 200 acres cleared. No. 3i. 275 acres; Ti miles north of .lai Ksoii, sju acres eleareil, two story brick bouse,- good barn and out- imiulinLTS. . No. .17. IV acres; 4 milet. east of .laeksnn. loo upn.u ilimra.l .......i , . . .....,.....,, h'-livi house and barn, eistcrti und spriii( vv am No. 3S. 120 acres; H miles southwest oi i.oroonvuie, ,o acres cleared, riMitn house. No. 30. 80 acres: r, miles northeast of Jacksdii. acrts cleared, 5 room House, rootl Ijarii. No. 4 i 230 acres; 4 miles north west of Whitewater, 160 acres cleared .') room house. 3 aeres in nn-hnnl No. 4 ' :txn ni-i-i.c i- ,.,ii. ,u ...... .. - , 1,11,1.1, l,Bl ,1, .lackson, 22."i acres cleared, IX") acres good tillllier. No. 43. 1K." acres; 3 miles northwest of liurf.irdville, loo acres cleared, 38 acres bottom land. No. 44 . 8.50 acres; 14 mile of Jack son. 8 room house, neurly new. No. 45. 320 acres ; 4 miles north of JHurquntul. Mo., all timber. No. 40. 1,",0 acres; 2i miles of Gor donville, 120 acres cleared, Rood or chard, well and 2 cisterns. No. 47. 120 acres; li miles from t uxlco, Mo., 45 acres eleared, new house and burn. No. 4H. 40 acres; near Idalia, Mo., mi iiiuocr mint. No. 4. 230 acres: near Zuddock Mo., lo acres cleared, good Improve ments. No. ,0. 80 acres; 4 miles west of an litiren, Mo., 60 acres, fair build iiik. iroou sorinir. nn rAiirnnri No. 82. 13ti acres; 8 miles northwest oi jacKson, loo acres cleared, 4 room house, siirins;. No. 63. A 4 room dwelling house, In jacKson. No. 64. A 4 room dwelling house, In jacKson. No. rw. An 8 room dwelling house in .lacksou, Xo. fill. SO m-l-aii. 1 n.lln ,1 T..l this Is the best property In the county for the money. No. 57. Hoiue and lot; in Jackson, lot .5 by 185 feet, 4 room house. Nil. 50. ?M m-l-jia, A tuilitii . - - . vo , . .lltlLfl 1IUUUWHBI of hitewater, very cheap. cru; near xuarquanu, Mo., all timber. No. 03. iVo acres; 2 miles east of J ackson, 40 aeres clearod, good spring. No. 4. 1W acres; 3 miles south of K(?ypt Mills, 85 acres cleared, 3 room house, 8 springs. Nil. tl.V llllllhlll B., t. In I..1 4 rooms, lot 60 by 150 feet. No. 5a. House and lot, In Jackson, 3 rooms, lot 60 by 160 feet. No. Wi. House and lot, In Jackson, 3 rooms. No. Ii7. 40 lu-rno. tmlla ..f TIK 11 on acres cleared, 4 room house, good bam. No. (W. 1 H.lif.i-uj. n.wni. - iunvi i.ifiiiin auu boiler, plainer, resaws, ttirnlug lathe, etc. No. noli. l- l.viu in nn... r.,..;.i sulKlivision of Survey No. 7U7. No. 70 77 m-rna R in lli.M u, .,, !,.... - .. - - m imu vii w vnv Of ( HtlC Olrunln.lll. IUI AIT. .a .l.,.irul good improvements. ' .o. it. House and lot, in Jackson, B room house, new, X acre lot. Foley's Honev mad Tar DIRECTORY. The following count lc comprise the 14tb con(.'resHioiiHl district: rane tlirsnleau. Ilollinuer. llutlnr. Howell, t'lirlsi inn, DiiiirI ik, Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Oregon, Osark. iVinlsoot. Ripley, Heott, Stod dard, Stone and Taney. W D Van diver, congressman. The following counties "comprise the 21st senatorial district: Caiio riirardvau, Wavne, Carter. TUpley, Hutlcr ami Dunklin. T Lee, senator. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative ti C Thilenliis Sherill Rernhnrd (lockel (Collector K W Klentge Assessor J F Caldwell Trensurer August I'dn I'ros. Att'v TH HI mm Probate Jiulirc Jim Koebler Circuit Clerk C K Hetten County Clerk Win. Paar. Common l'li-iisClk.. Kd Kngclumim Surveyor U A Duugherty rresidinsr Judge Chas Rartols Jtldu-e 1st Dist Win Thnnilisoii Judge 2nd Jiist L r J Iioimhs Coroner Dr Klmo l'ortertleld School Com K K McCulIough TOWN8HI1' OKF1CKRS Ren Miller Justices of Peace .J M Snider Constable, i O II Orant CITY OFFICERS. Mayor , .Win Pilar Cit y Clerk Henry Puis City Collector Itluclier Sperling City Assessor A. J. J- lentge Marshal J no Mncke Street Com Adam HotTmiino Night Watchman Julius Jnhns City Weigher Win H Scliaefer City Attorney T D Hlnea City Treasurer Joseph Koebler i '...! S f rvres Alder- ) . .W D Robertson men ) ,,....i 1 1 V Melanin ti.iu ...oj .LCHotrilliHt(.r The regular nu cting of tlie board of aldermen is tlie first Monday night of each month. BOARD OF KDUCATION. TD Ilines President Term expires April loot C W Henderson Vice President Term expires April 11HW u Li iioumann; secretary Term Expires April 11)03 Henry Steck Treasurer Term expires April 1002 M P Klrkscy Term expires April 1002 A P Iiehreiis Term expires April 1004 The regular meeting of the school board is the first Thursday night of eacn month. COURTS. Circuit Court meets 1st Monday in January and May and 3rd Monday in August. II C Riley. Judire. County Court meets 1st Monday In February, May, August and Nov'nm- oer. Probate Court meets 2nd Monduv in Fobruary, May, August and No vember. Common Pleas Court of Cape Girar deau meets 4th Monday in January May and September. John A Snider JllllgO. ... . LODGES. Excelsior Lodire. No. 441. A F A A M meets ou 2nd and 4tii Thursday of eacn inonni. u iturns, y ai. Modern Woodmen Lodire, No. 4033 meets on tho 1st and 3rd Monday uiguioi eacn iniiinii. u o Siumiiiers V. C. Royal Neighbors of America meet In tlie Odd Fellow Hall on tlio sec ond and last Monday night of each month. Mrs Clias Iti-lin-ns, Oracle. Jackson Lodge No. 138, AO V W, meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday nights of each month. M P Kirkscv, M W. Jackson Lodge, Degree of Honor No. 35, A O U W, meets on 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each mouth. Miss Kate Pepper, V, of H. Select Knights and Ladies of America, Camp No. 23, ments on the 2nd and 4th Monday nights of each mouth. Kli Aberiiathy, C K. Homo Forum Iiodge, No. 37H, meets on the last Saturday of each month. W A lirooks. Pres. CHURCHES. Methodist Church Services at 11 am and 7:30 p m. Sunday School 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting Wednes day evening at 7:30. Junior and Senior F.pworth League meetings ou Sunday at 2 p m and 7 p in, respect ively. Rev J W Worsnop, Pastor. Presbyterian Church Services at 11 a m and 7:30 p in. Sunday School at 0:30 a m. Pravermeetincr Wednes day evening at 7:80. Rov C W Latham, Pastor. Ilnntist. I 'hnrellKrvlnuli 11 a ... and 7 :30 n m. Sunday School at 9 :30 a m. Frflvwr moutlnfr Tlinmilui, evening at 7:30. HYPU meeting .-siiiiua.v at o p. in. iter j U VVUlett, j UBior. No Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard the warnings of a weak ami diseased heart and put off tak ing the prescription of the world's greatest authority on neait and nervous disordei mil's- Heart Cure. If your heart palpitates, flutters, or you are short of breath, havr smothering spells, pain In kit side, shoulder dr arm, you have heart trouble and are liabla to drop dead any moment. Malor J. W Woodcork. one of tha bel known oil ODemtors lu th coun ter dropped dvtd from hvnrt dlae! rrcantly. at hi horn In fortlund, lad., wlille mowing hi lawa. TA taw. Mrs. M. A. Biids.ll, Watkins, N. V wheta portrait heads this advertise rnent, sant "I writ this through pit. bnfi, 1 receid from Dr. Miles' Heart Cora. I had palpitation of tha heart, severs psins under the leit shoulder, and my general health was miserable. A few bottle of Ir. Miles'! icart Curs cured rue entirely. Said bj all DrutsIX. Dr. Mllas Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. RAILROAD TIME TABLE JACKSON BRANCH I. M. 0iig South., leaves. STATION'S. Freight, No. 35. Passngr. No. 31. Jackson 7:3)iim K:no " 8:35 " 0:15 " 12:01pm. 12:10 ' 12:30 " 12:.V " (lordonvlile. . . Dutclitown . . . Allcnvllle TAKE IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. St. Louis, Cairo, and all points north and cast. Connections oiasle in St. Louis and Cairo with through express trnins for Chicago, Cincinnati. Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit Buffalo, Now York, Philadelphia, Boston, Wash in,; on and all principal eastern cities. Pullman Huflet Sleeping Cars Vc all points. Only One change of cars to San Frereisco SOLID Tit A INS TO Gal7eston, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Amo'no, ,i!:-J -'.W Texas points. Only route to Hot Springs Ark. II. C TOWNSEND. General Passr-ngur and Ticket Asum... St. Louis, Missouri w m- aw .san-aw -sj. m . St. Louis and Kansas City, "i To BUFFALO FALLS Stop-overs irlven at both point oo ail ticket. Dili II.. tnm . lull ,li mum f.lli K mun tctrMI rim, ue l tit aul kewtllil to mm l iacrk. 9m DMtrtptl.. B.ttor, R.t' tc t!l ma Hhmmh Tlak.l lUl u .Udn.. C. S. CSiSS. II 1 Piinir la TMH afMU S. M. & A. TUAVKI. VIA Southern Missouri &. Arkansas Railroad New Steel Rails, New Bridges, Safe Quick Time. No Mixed Trains. Close Connections At Hunter with K. C. K., S. & M. It. It. At VniliiimHvlIlii with th main lim Iron Muuntniii Knilrond. At WilliainBvillo with W. G. & St. I.. It. It. At Jtrownwood with tlio C. O. It. & S. Hy. At Delta with tint Belmont llrni'ch Iron MoMiitaiu Hiiilioml. At Delta with Cotton licit. At Capo Giniiili-au with IlliimiH t'outral I',. It., Iiouck' Mifnurl & ArkaiiHaa It. II. und SteamcrH on MiKHiHRippi Kivor. Double Daily Exclusive Passenger Service Between Cape Girardeau, Bloomfield, Puxico and Williamsville. BK8T LIKE HETWEKN Southern Illinois and Southeast Missouri Points. For folder mid PHrtkMilnrs npply to Agents, or E. F. BLOMEYER. Truftlc Miinnger, CAPE.GIItAItDKALT, MO. 3 The Direct Route To Texas ' n inemosf n iana and " - tj!?. .-if Hook ou AnlniiilN. A book treating of the dibouses of Domestic Auimalmailed frro onrcrtiost. Address Humphrey's Medica. Co.. William and John nrmr sr ' s ii Aim . 'mj tr - -J SB A i s;.v rw Ki',l, jj .v.i.-ih. ,nlv,-n. l'siiirv.!Kii-l:vhl. . rssii3T. j p.wnVr No.."Jt. I .v.. i.3il. ; No. "J. i No. ;,(. ' 2:tnptii 2:20 2:40 " 3:00 lliliiKiii. II :u6 10:45 " 10:10 " 2 MSIplll. 1:11 1 :.in " 1:10 " iOOfilfl. :li ' :.;u " :lo " TIIE i -Exposition- -AND- 2 )-- Ni kGl Ik- vr&ES WABASII'''"rll, CWcatoAV'vfff. ST. rect rnutp fr Arkoncac r e. - - - - w ' as IIHIIHM, SWWU10- Texas is via Delta and the Cotton Belt Koufe. There are two throutrh trains a day over this route. Each train 'lxcarricii fhroueh chair cars also sleepers at night The Schedule. Lv. J irkst.il.. ., Ar. nu l.v. lrta Ar. I'ille iiltilf. . Ar. ShieviK,it l i lP in . 3.4iii..m.:3 m. .. -i .40. in. i U.lp m. .11 :il4 in I . S 4lla.in..H'falp.ni, U.'Jfip.m 'J 5a m. I h Slip. m. i ui, . T 4Sn in '1 Km rti i nr. l I'XMrkaii, Ar. Tvl-r 5 -Ar. Conimui... Ar. Wirn . a . a tAr. built a .. a. Vt W....7. . I u np in, .1 .i f. 2Sp.ii,. : . a . .. ' 4Sa m. WriK. rt ram tinA ..,n,..l.. srhaloln f,.r jnur nvxi irip. I C. W.I aBUbMr.fi. p. .. Don't Be Foolepi Taks lb nnblns, rtKtr ROCKV MOUNTAIN T4 M4 orHr by Madlaon M4r elm Ca., Madlaon, WI. It keeps yoal avail. Our traaa) anark aft aa rah aairhaa a . Prk, is cmIs. Nvr hM Btrente; New York; ta wti. Accent aWaaiuTi tMt. Ask your irtifsUt.