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fiiJS SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. NOVEMBER 17, 1891.
THEY ARE WITH US. representative Farmers of the Uni'ed States hold their eleventh annual concres in our city, for the whole people watch with approving interest all advancement and improvement made by the farmers, and we appreciate now great a belp tney have been in the past and will add in the future to our wealih, comfort and pros perity. Sedalia has many reasons to wish that the most friendly relations should exiit between it and the farms, for all are bound to you by bminesj and social ties, that I hope will multiply and grow strong as time goes on. Coming as you do, from all parts of the United States, you are welcome here and I hope you will bi pleased that you came, and when your labor are completed you will Mrr hwi Anlv nlnfliinl mamnnM Sedalia Is in gala attire, and is giv- and a desire to come azain to Sedalia. I The Eleventh Annual Session of the National Farmer's Congress. An Interesting Session in Pros pect Got. Francis Wel comes the Delegates. ing a rojal welcome to the delegates appointed by the governors of the various states to the eleventh annual suasion of the National Farmers' con- also hope yon will consider yourselves the guests of all our people, holding a pass to anyiplace or anything that may add to your ei-j jyment. Again, jrentlerueo, in b half of the city of Sedalia, I exteud to you a hearty and Iraternal welcome and the treeJom and liberty of the city. The response to this address eloquently delivtred by Mr. I WOBTO A GUINEA A BOX." " Sleepy. I'lfaminli drowsy 'la the day tine Si f . r. ft n a ighl's steep, Jbac'a lodiges tlon and atocach (disorder. BEECHAM'S amsjsj am by removing the waste Ull 0 matter which ia clog- rlLLa inf the aystcm, will 3 -w taniiiBUlMiiH' Xerroaa dlaortcr, and will qalckly re litre Sick Headache. Of all druggists. Price 3S cents a box. New York Depot. -lit Canal St. 33 was DANIEL NEEDHAM, gress. .weany every state anu territory is represented and that too, by some of the very best citizens many of them hpinrr nf nntinnnl rpnnfntinn o i i T.f ;i,f .nri oi uosion, iasicnu3.tis, wno was I rriitfinltT itmTiiiili m m I WUUU w HI'MIWWUVUt inuua were crouueu wim ueiegaies The we,corue bv the Commercial and friend who were anxious to be club of Sedali i, was delivered by i. - a. . 1 ? . I present bi me upening exercises. TESIDEST FRANK B. MEYER, XT J-J 1 .I.- O-j-l- ?!. I eaueu uy me ocuaiia military ftnd es PXCelent !n everv reticular. usuu iuo ueieguiea niarcneu io me it was as follows : Opera IlOUSe at ab3Ut 1U O Clock. I Mr. President, Gentleman of the Congress As president of the Sedalia Commercial IT CONVENES. At id: to o ciock tne congress was called to order by Secretary B. F. Clayton, of Iowa, who expressed his great regret at the absence of Preal dent Kolb. Vice President A. W. Smith, of Kansas, was then introduced as the E residing offic r. He also expressed is regret at the President rut being in attendance, out congratulated the delegates upon meeting under such auspicious circuuistanc s. He hoped tnat tne deliberation would be wise, patriotic and redound to the wellfare os all interested. The Rev. K. D. Black, pastor of tha MethodUt Episcopal church, hen offered an appropriate waver, after which a large EAR OF YELLOW COBS to be used as a cave!, was presented by Mr. Anion Miller, of Saline county, JvanBas. GOVERNOR DAVID K. FRANCIS, Missouri's gifted andhandsjuie young governor, apou being introduced. made a very nne address, which was loudly applauded at frrquent inter vals. Agriculture, sa:d ne, is the paramount interest of the country. seventy -nve per cent of the annual exports irom ine united states is product of the farm. The farmer is naturally so located that he is sepa rated from those in the sime line of business, though he is a social being and possesses the good will and best wishes of all right-thinking citi zens. Farmers have grievances to redress, and it is but natural that they eh mid meet together and c irrcct these evils. Any cause they miy eipome which does not infringe upon the rig'its of others will meet with club and speaking for its mtny mmbers. itanords me great pleasure. I assure you. to add a few (inert, warm and hearty words of welcome to those uttered by my worthy and illustrious predecessors. situated aa we are in tne midst ot one of the mort fertile and larzest producing agricultural regions in this entire country, and coming as we do in daily contact with the gentlemen who manage so succes.-fullj and profitably the broad acres with which we are surrounded, and hiving many social and businets relations in common with them, it is but natural tint we should long siuoe have learned to regard their welfare a-. as our welfare and to take the same inter ests in their weil and woe that they ihem selvesdo sympathizing with ihem in their sorrows, re j icing with ihem in their pros perity and entertaining at all times that true spirit of friendship that death alone can sever. If, after the labor is completed, to ac comp ah which many of you have travel ed so far, you will have time to visit, with u, a lew ot the minv large stock funis in fettis and adjoining counties you will ascertain that our firmer friends in this vicinity do not confine themselves to deri ving a print from the Eoil alone. We have wi bin a radius of fifty miles tf t'edalii herds upon nerds ot blue ribbon ctttle, bo: that have captured brst premiums at many inter state fairs, horses that have a national reputation and mules larie enouvh and strong enouzh to yanK the bizgrst mono poly in the United States into the middle of the next century, if not cut of iu exist enceaitogeluer. Io return to our farmer friends and ac quaintances we are not only proud of them, bat we are al-o very grateful to them for the very materi .1 assistance that ihey have rendered in helpine us buiM ut here, in a tbort space of time, a city that is so well and favorably known in every state in this union; tor heipirg ui build up a city with an unlimited w tier supply ; a city lilumma'.eJ by two ct the larg-t electric lisht plants west of the Mississippi ; a city of masniCceal curdles, mtmmjth schools and co leges n I et'gtnt homes. A city tLa: is rapidly becoming a large tu nufacturing center, and b;st ol all a ity lnhibttel by platisc). You would stipiKkse by the state mwit of Gov. Francis and Pres. Smith that Mi-uri ant! Kansas were the only ttaVxi of the Union (laughter). I am proud to know that I live in one of the KKtnde states of this Union and it is Iowa (.-tllaue). In some npects Iowa and Missouri are alike. We have in Iowa large coal fields; you hare thesame in Missouri; Missouri you have largo agricultual ro- lii xHinvs, in lowa we nave greater. -Mis- Milla; lienj 31cl ike. . i : . i i . - A- bouri has upon the stage with usa splendid looking democratic goventor (applause) Iowa, I am sorry to say, is down with the same complaint (tremendtious applause) In 1$'J'- Iowa will go for Jim Ulaine (a idatise) and as I believe in reciprocity I iiojK.' Missouri will do the same tiling (ap plause). I congratulate the "Gem Citv" of Sedalia on having so good looking bachelor delegates as appoiuued by Governor Fraucis : At Large AV Pope Ycaman, Col umbia; M V LLcClellan, Lcxingtou: C M Compbell, Edina; A M Alex ander, Paris; JI B Vf Aannon, Maryville; G W Hallcr, Intlepetid ence; Marion Sparks, Marshall; 0 E Foley, Bowling Green, Kolla Wells, St. Louis; John B Francis, Nor mandy; Geo B Cooper, Freedon; W C Brouaugh, Lewis; Sampson Bass, Springfield. At Large True Hickox, Boon ville; M A Fawcett, Springfield; Peter C Berry, Glenwood; Jsewton Long, Meiidon; John Taggart, Beth any; R. T Fryer, Kiugsville; J C Wade, Lamontc; John Watring, Fern Ridge; James A Gregory, St. Louis; W M Harnish, Kaynon W W Pope, jr, Eminence: A Gordon, Sandals; James M McClelland, Troy; Wm Duncan, Winslow, DeKalb couuty; Wm Caldwell, Weatherby; John Steele, Maysville; David Sam ple, Greenwood; D C Mastin, Kan sas City; James E King, Withers' Palmyra; W O Gardener, Hatch; Geo Culvert, Van- daha; James It Simmons, Elk Creek; F W Smith, Columbia; W II Cock ran, Woodlaudville; J E Kucker, Higbee; W L Luudrum, Cairo; Horan Cunnett, St Joe; John Utz, St Joe; Wm Page, Sugar Lake; Geo Stock, Rockport; Conrad Dietz, Rock- prvsident of their commercial club; they port; Gran uoodson, Xsew Cambria; hold oiiice with us Thompson Bradley, Ba V PULAR APl'KOVAL, auu ucai ox an a iiiy iwijuiiej uy a w.ue ' I a 07 L-a ol irj ) -ilaii'.itl l raanT u but if they should indulge in cla-slegis Lot oni? rrcoiinin the vas": imnor'tance f latton, it must necessarily be to their I your ni?elinz but aho appreciate the verr disadvantnge. One of the great causes uish compliment yju have pail to them offtffriculturalltrMalioniscla.lprr:s. in telircting this place lor your eleveuth . . o o l n n n 1 1 tpi;.iiir. lauuu, uui iu uiv uiiuu mere is a t i.Q,,tf f ,u:. r.u ..i Dnghter day dawning tor the tarme-- in behalf of the business element, allow me i .1 i i .ti i . . . . . ana me low prices wmcn nave pre- to welcome you again and again to our vailed fur the pas: several rears will tf au w our nomes.- B3on disappear and not again be wit nessed in a quarter ot a is to the interest of all the century. It clashes that SECRETARY CLAYTON' SAID Mk. Pkesidext: I read in the historv of my country, that eighty-seven years ago the president submitted to the congress of inninntTiiuiiHT oiMi-rn the United States certaui palters that would . pi ... vindicate him against the attack of his po ind one of the pnncipil litical enemies, and these pitK-rs gave the things we should discourage is coopo-1 first information we had of this great north ration farming. If should have this or tenantry farming, there would bi leis of good citizsnship and pure patriotism. Governor Francis spoke at consid erable length and quite earnestly as to the improvement of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers. It is almost a crime, said he, that these great natural water-ways should lie practically use less. In closing, he dwelt upon the MAGNIFICENT RESOURCES and advantages of Missouri and bade the delegates thrice welcome to this wonderlul commonwealth. Col. A. W. Smith's response, on behalf of the congress, was brief, but rousing and eloquftit. He made a happy hit when he said, "I wish that Sedalii was aa large as Chicago and that she had a World's fair runn ing all the year round, world without end." Councilman CHARLES CARROLL, in the absence of Mayor Stevens, de livered a very appropriate address of welcome on behalf of Sedalia, as follows : Mr- Chairman and Gentlemen ot the Faimer'a National Congress : In the abseao of oar worthy mayor, it becomes' ray pleasant duty as acting chief executive to welcome you to oar city. j Sjdalit' hu been honored by many oca- ! ventioaa in the put. bat we fonajrlwr this western country drained bv the Missouri river. iiisv ioiii oi inoes oi Indians ot kictii- tic statue; tali mans laced with stone and carved by the hand of nature into what seemed to be tall antique towers; vast prairies covered with bullalo, and a soil so rich that it would Soiitaneously yield the necessaries ol lite; large valleys m which nothing but grass would grow, for it was too rich, to produce timber. Mid-war be tween the source and the mouth of the Missouri river there was descrilied a moun tain of salt one hundred and eighty miles longand forty-five miles wide, from the base of which tloweil clear streams of saline wa ter. The mountain was said to be three hundred feet high and on its crest no ga-en shrub or treee would grow, and it was seen a longdistance gleaming in the sunlight ati alisolute mountain of salt The aers were tiiscusseu ;ny tne liostou uarette and the press of that dar. and it was claimed that as an evidence of such a mountain of salt, that iHutions of it was on exhibition at St. Louis, Boston, New York and Phila delphia. Highly embellished as this des cription seems to have been, it was nearer correct than was the description ol Gen Fremont and other government officials who forty years later described it as a dry, parched and an unproductive plain. Out of that ma'gnincent territory ten of the great states of this union has been carved (applause). In it we have the cotton states of Louisiana and Arkansas, we have the splendid iron, lead and coal mines of Mis souri and Kansas, the matchless agricul tural and stock Interest of Iowa and Utah, the great grain fields of Minnesota and the Dakotas, and the rich deposits of the Cen tennial state bid away in the crevices at the snow line, and in a remarkable short time it has been transformed into a country fin,o Ol th grSet qj (Jam aU, to JuTtlbepi tkA BaQgl rnMnlflmil neooroeg (ap- uon't allow bachelors to (Applause). In all the meetings we have had we have met with no greater hospitality than we have at Sedalia. I love Sedalia and the State of Missouri, because it is a part of tins great common country, which we all love. ever m the history or this nation was it so thorotighlr American as it is to day. (Tremendtious applause.) DELEGATES The following is a list ifficially reg- l-tered with Secretary Clayton, at the aicher, where he has his headquarters: Lapt u U rurse, savannah, Ga. Maj G M RvaU, Savannah, Ga , Dr T J Walker, Machen, Ga., James Crow, Crystal Lake, 111., F N Cle ment, Cietteuden Co., Ky., Juo B Smith, Fcrtv Fort, Pa. S B Kent, Waynesburg, Pa ; Lee D Ewiug, Corneli.i, Mo ; Jno Watring, Feru Ridge, Mo ; H C ttrowu, At lanta. Ga ; MB W Hariuau, Picker ing, Mo ; Mrs David Xsedhira, Dan iel rttedham, B s on, Mass ; W M Sailors, Kimball, Km; L M Picker ing and wife, Columbus, Kan ; Sam'l Hawkes, Bast 'U, Mas. W J Pi-llard. St Jo-eidi. Mo Mrs W H Vinton, Gray. Maine ; C L Wentwork, West Newfaula, Maine; C H Walker, Freeburg, Maine ; W H Vinton, Gray, Maine; Wm Free man, Cherry field, M-iiue; J MKeiley, Macedonia, Iowa: H B rv, Martelt. rlorida; W L ahankland, Limton, .Mo; Mrs J B bmith, Luzerne Co, P. J T Washburn, Gravois, Mo ; Breckcnridse; G W Goodlctt, Wind- T L Calli-on. Versailles. Mo: son WL Shauklaud. Alberta: WC Dennis Kevyon, McLean, III; P C Bronaugh, Lewis Station; Ashley Wagner, Chicago, 111; U,W Baker, bnell, Middle grove; b. U rield, Iud- Chicsgo, III ; Wm L Landrura, ian Creek; G J Winn, Myers; C B Lairo. Mo ; Jno M State, Q'lincv. Ill : jbisher, Favette; John rarnnsrton. G W Wa'ers, Centre, Mo; Thos M Fayette; R G Madison. Festus: T C Davis, Maitlaud, Mo ; J S Culo, Charles, Pevclv; M C Byrnes, Byrncs- tni.nin in. c t .: . ii. i t l -rfi i. ti r- UCLU1111.U, xii. ui'jui uaaiijuis, uv vine, jiceu i'itvuj iii;h;i, xieinittiie, vr lmd, 111; Wm Fristr, Shamburg, III; WColIcy.Wayncsville; DACIaiborn, ii R Baruesville; W II Merrill, Mocon City; Wm White. Ten Mile; Green Walker, Anebell; E W Hutchison, Jacksonville; E O Waller, Platte City; Benton Gofiett. Dearborn; John Banks, Sedalia; r rank Haymau, Houstonia, J R Bar rett, Sedalia; R T Gentry, Sedalia; Maj Ed Stevens, Sedalia; John D Crawford, Sedalia; T J Greeuwade, W illard; August Baker, Ash Grove; A Jones, Humphreys; Judije Boon- ton, GrceucCastle; John E Lynn Standish; J W Anderson, Camden Point; C C Graves, Weston; James Wallace, Farley; John B Creighton, Creighton; John Ilarrclson, Belton; Wm II. Lane, Dcxtrel; Jackson Cor- der, Corden F T Miller, Bates City; John A Dickerson, Jfashville; Thos Seal, Jasiier Citv; Matt Price, Gold en Bity; Wm P Tate, Lamar; Henry Clark," Montgomery Citv; W A Gra ham, Danville; S W Buckner, Paynes- ville; John 31 uiveus, Louisiana; B M Camplell, Louisiana; John M Dan iel, Thompson; M C Flint, Gontt; F T Owsley, Nubia; J T Williams, Noel; H S Tucker, Fairville,; James Baskiu. Malta Bend; I S Ferrill, Marshall: John Thompson. Slater: Jas Council, Arrow Rock; R E Riccat, Nopton; E M Deering, Blackwell; R MCrow, ; F Maxwell, Irondale; C Scott, Sunlight; Wm D Reynolds, Civil Bend; Hamlett Wynn, Jameson; Martin "Weldcn, njere'sTauks of violets, Banks of moss, -iiM ucMjrva rvqere riiricid 55 rope , And b&iiks tbevl handle crolden coin, &FAIRBANK mTHE BEST SOAP. .wnNEn e ntyr. . ....... a r iiisl J AIRFTTF.VWD llnj'u w n ii-1 1 m wuiu. si, LUUI5. ' Trumbo & Mc Roberts, 116 OSAGE STKEET , Are sole agents for the world renowned ACORN STOVES. OVER 1,000,000 IN USE. EVERY STOVE WARRANTED. o Agenta for the celebrated "BAKER PERFECT" Barb Wire. The strongest light weight wire made. The only wire with a diamond pointed barb that is licensed. You are protected aga'u-t all litigation that threatens every user of unlicensed wire. The weight of every spool is guaranteed. Farmers can load their goods without fear of having their teams frightened by electric cars. Large Stock of General Hardware, Tinware & Cutlery Remember The Plac, Two Doors Jiorth of Market House. Crcsap, Sevmour. Ill : O ben'on, Urecon, Mo J A Huhlard, Wellington. Kan : O E Morse, Mound City, Kan , Frank Burri, Bethany, Mo ; J W Morrow. IMmo, Mo ; Juo Liowley, Lawson, Mo ; Joha W Hunter, Cvascco, 111 ; Juo B Creighton, Creighton, Mo ; J J Cnrad. Marble Hill, Mo ; Vircie jlclvav, iieuuett, -Hi ; J ii Ulake more, Kennelt, Mo ; Conrad Deaty, ueorge ot-cK, iOckport, Mo A S Prccior, Rome, 111; Lmis Pcrottet, Mascoutab, 111 ; J B b tancis. bt Louis, Mo: A P iorsvthe. Liberty, Kan ; J A Cunninshamand wife, Hoopestosvn, 1 1 ; J P Bjwdish, Marion, Io.va ; M V L McClelland, Wellington, Mo ; John Ball, Girard, Kan ; L II Thomas, Thomasvilie. Ill; John Crowley, Lawson, Mo; J R Sieagall, Golconda, 111: B L Ivv. Versailles. M ; 1 U Fran cis, St Louis ; Philander Williams. lios'on, Mass ; J W Marsh, Sedalia ; O Hardman. Grandville. . W Va : Hiram Gill, Warrtn, Ind ; Hamlett Wvnu, Jameson, Mo ; W Pone Yea- man, Columbia, Mo ; Ja M McClel- an, Iroy, Mo : H W Wood, Monroe Citv, Mo; C John, Slcrliug, III Wm G Kent, I?ort Maduon. Ia; R Dalton, Saverton, Mo ; C E Foley, lijwling Ureen, alnz ij h iailor. Newton, Ia ; C E Leonard, Cooper couuty, mo; V 1 L-hilton, Pettis Co, Mo; W JX Philips, Oak Grove Ga ; A A Walker, Cooper Co. Mo : John Patterson, Burliucton, Ia: B B Thornton, Richmond. Va: F C Hayman, Houstonia, Mo ; C P Inger- soil, Liucoln, Neb; W L Delano, Lee Park Center, Neb ; Marion Sparks, Marshall, Mo ; J F Miller, Bates City, Mo; J R Wade.Lamonte, Mo ; C C Turney, Cresco, Neb ; T G McCutchen, Sheldon, Mo; C H Walker, Fryburg, Maine. Sam W. Roberts, Pleasant Green, Mo; Benton Gabbert, Dearborn, Mo; W Bailley, BaUlewffle. Kan : Tb.0 following WM ttm lull lift of 1 Houcock; Chas Martin, Red Bird; O P Paulsell, Holla; R C Benton, Ore- Gon; T M Davis, Maitland; Thos Highlcy, Farmington; W G Lincoln, Bloomfield; T L Wilson, Idalia; J H Continued on Third Page. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on tlio Kidneys, Liver and Boweb, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers mid cures habitual constipation. Syrun of Fics ia -the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared onlv from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. . Syrup of Figs is for sale in" 60c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not nave it on band will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try t. -Do not accent anv substitute. CALIFORNIA FIQ SmPTttB ' SAM numaco. cml, . SPOTTIXGJA SMELL. He was walking alone Olive street the other afternoon when he suddenly stopped and sniffed the air in all di rections. His nose bad found a familiar odor, and pretty soon he tracea it to a certain chimney and ascended the steps of a house and rang the bell. "Excuse me, ma'am," he said to the woman who came to the door, "but do you keep a cook? "Yes sir," she replied as she looked at him in a puzzled way. "Is she in at the present time?" "Yes, sir, but she doesn't want to see no agents." "Oh, I'm no ngent, ma'am. You just call to the cook through the speaking-tube tbtt the water has all boiled out of her potatoes and that siid pototoes are burning. Smell 'em very plain'y in the street Happens every day at my own house. Cook is probLbly reading a novel or got a cold in :h 3 heal. Thit's all, ma'am no trouble good evening. LBAKK SEDALIA, MO. J. S. Daxbt, PresdiMt, A. P. Mohiy Vice-Praideat. R. H. Mosss , Cashier. W. H. Yah Waqnzb, Teller. Capital, - - - $100,000.0(1 Sorplns and andivi rided profit, - 30,000.01 This Bank does a general Banking Bnai ne and solicits the accounts of cor)ors tiona, firms and individuals. Draws sight drafts on all principal citlat of Europe and other Foreign countri; a, DIRECTORS. Jae. Glass, Henry Mahnkea Morris Barter, C. F. Ueaserly, J. N. Dalby, A. P. Morey, J. H. Merts, Chas.W. McAninck Herman Kakra, F. E. Hoflmsa, B. H. Mosea, Judre Wb. Becker, K. H. Gentry, D.W.McClurt, 8am CGold. l-16d Awl t R. H. Hosn. Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL Ml SEDALIA, MO. TdE WORLD IS BETfER FOR IT. The world is better bec ute of such s I nmedr as Baliaid's Scow Licimeat, be I cauie this article relieve it of much naio I paid Up OJDitll S250.0DO and misery, and we are thus eaabled to I , ' e- j .r iu brighter side. It positively cures Surp.US 20,000 alt furms ot rheumatism, nenralcii, head- acne, sick beadacn?, Iam3 bacR, all soris and wounds, cuts, sprains, bruises, slifl joint, contracted muscles, poison, erup tions, corn;, weak back, and all pain aod all iofl mition on m or beaft. Its the best because its the racst penetratiiii;. Be ware of all white linimeals which mar be palmed off on von for Bdlird's Saow Lluiment. There is ncne like it Sj!d by Wm. Bard. JosoDh Patt, Veterinary Snrceon Treats dbeastd and cripplH animals of all classes in s prompt and sentinc man ner, being in practic for the past nineteen rears ten rears in uermonr and nine years in Sedalia. Medicines of all kinds compounded and lor sale, such as salves liniments, colic cares, eye balms etc. Calh answered by mail or telegraph, day or nieht. Send orders to Gentry A Offield'a stable, West Fourth Street, or at my office at Bowers & Bonldin's stable, West Main street, opposite the mills. Telephona Nos. 10 and 97. Dk Jos. Patt, V S. 8-16d&wly Deutsche Thierarzt. ASOUJSD LIVER MAKES A SOUND MAN. Are you Bilious. Constipated or troubled with Janndice, Sick Headache, bid taste in the month, Foul breath, Coaled tongue Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hot dry skin, Pain in back 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 slowly being poisoned, be cause your liyerooes not act property. Hz&bine will cure any disorder of the Liver, Stomach or Bowels. It has no equal aa a liver Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free sample of H eh nunc at Overs treet & WilliaW irug store. Whether or not a cheap coat that a cheap man. there is no ques tion that a patlriin saeque become! a daw Philadelphia Hon, BANKlXGr HOUSE, Corner Ohio and Second Sts. Cyrna STewklrk, President. J. C. Tbauipion, CasBler. r. II. Gaeaiker, Asa'l.Castilcr. DIZtSOTOaa : C. Newkirk, F. H. Gcestheb, Jno.W.McCluke, J. C. Thositsok, J. R. Babbett, H. W. Wood, E. A. Philips. arTransacts general banking busi ness. Accounts cf banks, bankers, mer chants and individuals solicited. Prompt attention civen to all business entrusted to them. Wm. H. Powell, President John D. Crawford, Vice-President Adam Ittel, Cashier. Wm. H. Powell, Jr., Aas't Cashier Citizens' National Bank. SEDALIA, MO. Casb Caiital, Fail in - S18l.flO.GO. SuHns Funi - - 35.100.0? A general bankinar bnsinea transacted. Collections reeelr prompt attention. Liberal ax eentoiations to depositors. W. H. Powell, J.D. Crawford, W. T. Hatchinsoa, N.N.Parberry, . max JohaJ. Teatar B.H.BeUer, ' W.E.Brd