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it I 83 -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUIII Subscription, $1.00 Pop Yean, P. Q. Pulkemos, Business Manager. Thursday, Mitri'li i!7, 18D0. Snow the "called" candidates. Hit. Jacoh Tasskh lias made an excellent member, and should bo elected. After the election they will look up tiic encyclopedia and try to ascertain when they were "called" back. Ik the parly, docs its duly at the spring election it will put it in good lighting trim for the fall campaign. Let us present a solid front and elect every republican candidate for the council. They are all good men. After so much tun about the re publican ticket, is it not strange that all of the "called" candidates should be democrat3. An- old German adage to tin? effect : "Dor wchr uieht howen vill, must Helen," la respectfully referred to the ponipii3 young German emperor. Buior.i: the election the "called" democrats should be interrogated o:i tiro cardinal principle:, of the party, such as poker, thice-card monlc, etc. plnco. No person shall apply for or ro- cetvo any bnllnt lu auy pulling puco other than tlmt lu which ho Is entitled to voto. Any violation ol this section Is a penalty of not less than $30.00 Section 31 . In case of failure of judges appointed, to appear at tho time fixed for the opening of tho polls, tho voters at any election preeluct, to tho number of ten or more, may proceed to elect judges to act. Osage Citt, Jlc, March 23, 1800. Editor State KiirunucAN, Jeffer son Uity: Will you please answer tho following questions through tho columns of your paper and set right the minds of many mistaken men, especially foreigners : Who is entitled to vole? Does a foreigner who has not yet received his llnal naturalization papers commit a crime by voting or offering to vote? What is tho penally for illegal vot ing. Respectfully, M. AV. Smith, answer. Every male citizen of tho United States, and every male person of foreign birth who may have declared his intention to become a citizen of Hie United States, according to law, not less than one year nor more than live years, before lie offeis to vote, who is over 21 years; possessing these qualifications. He shall have resided in tho stale one year imrac- dlatelv iirccedinir tho election at politicians. That paper probably which ho offers to vote, lie shall knows how little the democratic party have resided in the county, city or haa dono for the farmers and bu;i town where he shall offer to vote at iiess men of Missouri, and it probably least (50 days preceding the election, knows how little the farmers and and each voter shall vole only in the business men owe that party. It is township in which ho resides. lie piobably awaro of the fact that tho can voto after declaring his intention, farmers ought to nominate men who Tim nnnaltv for illecfa! vollmr is not will represent their interests and is Afraid of the Farmers. The St. Louis Republic seems to bo alarmed. It is afraid that the farmers' organization is going to do something to injure Hie democratic parly. ThO Republic seems to be aware of the fact that when an organization like lliu Farmers' and Laborers' union, formed for the purpose of protecting and promoting llio inter ests of tiio agriculturist, takes an in- teicst in polities, it isn't apt to do a great deal of work for the succesi of a gang of professional democratic AM EYE DIRECTORY. ELSTON, COLE COUNTY, Mo. C1IUROII MKEHKOS. Baptist, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Sunday. Presbyterian, Fourth Sunday C, W, WALLENDORF, Manager, Fire, Torkdo, Cyclone, ' .I Tho following Rtllablo Companies represented i'. Firo Association, German 'American, Hamburg Bremen,' Iloriie, Lancashire, Liverpool London, Globe, People's, Milwaukee, Mechanics. Oakland Homo. Traders', Phenix, Phoenix, Spiingllo.Id, United Firemen's, Western Homo, ISrOmco over Thomas' store, Corner High & Madison Sts. S. D. TURNER, Physician. S. M. ELSTON & Co., General Merchandise and Jobbers in Farm Machinery, Binders Twine, &e. &c. &c. B. LACKAMP, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Furniture, Collins, Etc. would bo an approprialo namo'for tho penurious, grasping morchant whoso aim seems to bo to sell ao few goods at .as high a prtoo as possiblo and who ' Is continually growling about dull 'times and wonders why people do not buy his dirty, shelf-worn, moth-eaten stock. Wo feel proud to know wc do not como in this class, and that Our goods are fresh, seasonable, hand soino and desirable. That Instead of trying to sco how much wo can get for an article, wo study how low tho nrllclo can bo sold. Buying goods on long ttmo and selling on longer time Is what makes men poor. Buying for cash and selling for cash Is what makes men rich. Wo trust ho man,tako no chattel mortgages, sell good, honest goods, ask less than $2o nor more thau $100. of whom happen to bo democrats. This is done to fool the innocent re publicans. The difference between a "called" democrat and a "nomina ted" democrat is Nil. Mu. I'invAKT, llio candidate for alderman in tho First ward, will make a most excellent member of the board, and we believe that the bci.t interests of t'.ie city will be promoted by his oicclion. Mn. Husky Sumv.'.nzor U an hon est, conscientioiu, hard-working me chanic, and if ekcUd to the board ho will always be found doing that which is best for the city. afraid they will do it. It is probably aware of the fact that the democratic party of this state ought to be de feated and is afraid it will get what it deserve;). Tho Republic is not alarmed with out reason, the people of Jlissouu are gradually getting tired of mis rule, and the fact that these organi zations are being formed shows that Tun state treasurer of Louisiana got away with SWO.uno during the past 1 1 years. lie says ho never got a cent of it. Peihaps our own Co!. Joseph K. Rickey of Callaway county got it. Tub democrats ought to be ashamed of their cewr.spr '-mew - . . 1 .V ...1!.!-- -J- prclcim to uo opposed 10 -pontics m city affairs, and on that pnlenso do not nominate a ticket, but they slyly nrocced to "call" five candidates, all A Much interest is being manifested regarding railroad dcvelopcmcnt Since the river route is now under construction tho natural inquiry K will wc not also secure an ixteiijion of the branch to Nevada or Rich Hill. Tiic Hew Election Law. lVbnv we publish a synopsis of the low election law, which will bo enforced t our eltv election r.c::t Tuesday Section lii. Tho clerk of the county court shall provide balluts, and canto to Ijl- pi luted in appropihito ballots the naniU'Ot i civ candidate eei tilled tohlni, HnlloU ol'iur than tho?u minted by the .uiiily e!"ik Minllnot bo cast orcoimted. the people arc taking more interest ectio:i 17. The names of candidates in the questions of government. And nominated by each patty shall Do jllst j proportion as the people of gruipcd together upon tho ballot, and sl,lte ,,lko an nct;vp intCVOst in each group be Loaded by the name of the . . ..iiit....i i.irT lt which llu t:i ml mates 1 arc nominated. thinking just in that proportion arc . ... ,,,i..ii...( iiuia., f.. the c unices of ilcmocratic success cadi Ptllce shall bo left a blank space ucercascu 1 iiire eunuirli to contain as many written We do not know that there is any name., of candidates as thcie arc ol'uces Monger of a third party being formed to be ill led. :., iuu .into i)V iilt! fanners. Wc do SMlon IS. The clr-rk of the comity rf ..- .'tun tnv n'li'n w!iru - t.ii i . .. - - - ... , I...,. .,.!.. ImlloU for everv M and fraction of 50 .uissouri are going 10 iuuk twin uiuu ' " ... . ' .1!, electors who voted at tlie List general interests in pontics more caiciiiity city election in each waul. hereafter, and that they are deter Section 10. licfoio tho opening of the mined to elect men to olllco who will polls the clerk of the county court shall represent them cause to bo delivered to mo juuges ui Wc are on.,0SC(1 to a third party el. e.loa of each ward in the city at the ! o wo tarmm polling puce oi uu-1 .a.,u. - tl.H minibnp of ba! ots nrlntcil lor caen , v.o , ward, and the rcmalrdev he thall do- while wc Uo not favor independent liver to tho constable of Jefferson town- movements, which seldom accomplish &li'.p,'in a scaled package, to be dellvcica Lnytijrig, wo liclicvo tho farmers toaui juuges oi w . u.j ,. QU h tQ sjt down onllie profc3siolml bo necess.iry uy kmodoiiu. ., - iMhlni.,rn cf,i,r.Hrm (iv lii.nllleleiiev of (Me ballots l"",L"-"'"i' v"--" v"w " .-.m1m,isU-ilellvrivd. and to congress men wuo nave some i"" . . . . ... gecthm 20. Tlie judges of the election acquaintance with tuo larmiug, in shall de-'gnatc two of their number, not dugtrial and business interest? of the of the same parly, uhoe duty it shall be , t A ,vll0 !lro intelligent and H. Clay Ewlnef.' W. Q. Dallmsyer, rrenldcut, cashier, W. A. DAtUXiTF.n, ,VsUt.iut cnelilcr. EXCHANGE BANK, OF JEFFERSON CITV, MO. Dot1 n cpncrnl bfinlitnc bnslncss. Itiivs niul sells lJnnicstl and I-'MrulKn lAclmiiff lnr nUh letters or hitroductluu ntul t-U'tllt to lis various rorrprpomlcnts. AUvaja lm n'.ont'V to louu lis ciistfnnore. Allows IntiTCitt on Innu tk,'OfU,,t iircpincnt, and ilent in (iovrm mt-nt, State, rotinty, Municipal Itontlt tnxl IiIkIi riutu Hecitritlcs. collectloua nuidc on JIuro;u nn cuies uirces. GEORGE ELSTON, Drugs and Groceries, Express and Rail-Road Agent. j. j. siTrike; Watulnnaker and Jeweler. Repairing Promptly Done and Warranted. CENTRETOWN, COLE CO. MO. CIlL'HCIl MHICTINOS. Presbyterian, Third Sunday. Baptist, Fourth Sunday. Lutheran, Second Sunday. ,T. A. GREENUP, Post Master and JustlcO of tho Peace. Prop'r Commercial Hotel. Dr. M. A. DUNLAP, A; W. C. Young. rrc&iUcnt. Oscir G. Bjrch, cii-hicr. MURRAY & WEAVER, General Merchandise. "a. a. caTipbFliT; General Merchandise. First National Bank JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750. lURECTOHS. W. O. Youso, . J. S. Fi.r.uiNO. J. (J. sciiorr, Ji:s?i: V. llr.Nur, Jacoh Tanniu:, J. II. ldnvAitns, Gi:oiigi: M'aoni:u. lit) a cn(ral b.ml.lnp bu-jliic-. lluv H'i'1 fell Fori'in lotil lioaicfillr KxchanKe, t'nitt'ilM.ilca Monils nndotlicr (ocitrttics; aceoimtf ri-eehcl, loans ami (llccounts madont, raoraIjle trais l'romiil attention given to all business entrust- . eil to il care. D. L. IIATIIIIORN, General Merchandise. GEORGE POPE Prop'r Hotel and Dealer in Fine WhUkics, Wines and Cigars. JOHN F. FI.ESSA, Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff. NQ PIGGISH PR0FITSIX strivo to become friends of llio people and do not add ten per cent, for freight. Havn a clear conscience, sleep well nights and give away, frco to all, in appreciation of the liberal patronage wo havo enjoyed, a complcto Bradbury's Encyclopedia Practlcil Information and Universal Formulary, a book of rfady reference, lustructor, counselor and friend for every occupation, trado or profession. A woik absolutely indispcnslblo to all civilized people, no matter what their station In life, occupation, sex or ago may bo. This great work Is dived into eight dcpartracnts,-and broad ly and plainly treats on seven distinct and different subjects, viz: Medi cal, Trades, Agricultural, Household, Business, Mineral and Educational, then comes a Miscellaneous Department, which gives information In high er mathematics, statistics ot llio united blales atul llio world, facts about railroads and hundreds of other interesting topics. The size is enormous for one book, being eleven and one-fourth inches long, nine inches wldo and three and one-half inches thick,, the style attractive, handsome and elaborate, and is bound in best English cloth, morocco color, with largo gold side and back stamps, beveled lids and marbled edges, making prob ably the most desirable, because the moH useful as well as the finest printed and bound book ever produced and sold for G. In order that these beautiful and valuable gifts may go only to those who deserve them, wo it sue free of charge a ticket, nntl punch the amount of j'our purchase every time you buy." When all the figures on the ticket are punched, wo will take pleasure in preselitina vou this valuable work, and invite you to COME AT ONCE AND ASK FOR A TICKET. 1 MARION, COI,K CO., MO TFaGART & ELLIOTT, General Merchandise and Country Produce. Mlippr Bill Goods Co, 232 BAST HIGH STREET. D. H. McV.tM, President, M. R. Sinks, Vice I'rejMent. The Morcliants' Bank J. H. Diereks, cahlcr, Jchn T. Clarke, AMHlant catltlcr. OF JEI'FERSON CITY, MO. CAPITAL, - . S50,000. inHECTOIlS. T). II. MolN'rvm:, P. II. rtiNi)i:it, I,. U. l.OHMAS, 0. A. H'AliU, SI. It. NiNK:!, J. It. Kl)W A11D3, L. V. GonuoK, J. II. DiKUCKs, Pllt Ml' OTT. Call Special Attention to Our SAFETY.DEPOSIT BOXES. Itiiv ini.l nell Korc'cn and Domestic Kr!ian::a nndiln a(,-cntril ll inl.lni!,Il'i!lnof. lr.mi rrnl iiiermni lmcTjn ino moi tavornuiu u-rnn. Mn. Gi:n", the republican nominee for councilman pf the Second ward, should be elected by a good rousing majority. Two years ago he was de feated by only one majority, and the republicans. If tho ward should waste no voles on tho democratic candidates. to have charge of the ballots ami to lur- nl-h thrm in the voters Secllm 22. A piifllcient number of places or booths shall bo lurnlslieil with fiiinpr.es it'.il eo ivenknees, as nhall eu- tble the voter to prepaiu his ballot for voting, la which compartment tho elect Miall marl; their ballot, secured from olisevvat'on, and honest enough to represent those in terests. Es. Cor.. Jon:; O'Day is making a great sputtic about his ''alrrjuot ha-.v" of the Noland defalcation. If I'o Ind been less oillcioti9 in the licgiiining of the trouble, by ivspondin;: better and fhirkiiig les-, he tvould no', have to be In such haste about hla ''allquo! fchare." that onlv per-o:H wniiiii said rait can i.1VH . .......... n I ll... I.i.IIa, I ' illlproaUll it 111 II ifiu ,ei:i. ui my uiinui boxes or cnuipartiiieuts provkb'tl for. Tiic- reception The number of plane? or compartment shall not lo le than one lor eveiy 1UU in,.,.,, ...i-. fni.wl nl llip l'l.l in'oi'iltini". . . ...v.. ... ... ... . t ry . . 0 ... . I... -il,. f f ceneial cltv eleellon. No penons other evcuing,.ai o u uiuch, ui, u,.. than tho electors enstigutl m leeclvin;', iMoj. Jilisic. j mu auenuaiicc is uu prepa-iog and deporiilng their ballots, glrcd as business of importance will b ill b.t permitted within said rail, ex- j0 iran3acled. C. W. Thomas, (ept tiy aiiitioiity ot tuu j'mgc's ui fh-tirman tlx Tun English free trader fimli that tho people of the Uni'ed Slates refuse to repeal their protect! m las, and that all other natioiw have fol lowed the United Status, and now protect liicir home indusllles, tlure Is no placo for England's free trade good?, and their capitalists are taking new invcilmcnls. Hence tho invest ractits in American breweries, etc. The Englishman's hca-t would re j iice if he could only break lovn Amciican protection. Is- llio discussion of tho question of free trade or protection b. lwce:i Mr. Gladstone on the tide of free trade, and Mr. Maine on the tide of prolectiiiu, some very inlcre-ting features are pretentcl. Mr. Glad stone, however, makes thrc udmhi e'.ons that will break the heart of the Amcricnn democrat. Ho says thai wanes are higher under protection that llio mariufacttirer is hampered rather than benefitted by it, and that the United States should use its labor in raising more gir.in, cotton, torn etc' and not bother about nianufae till ing goods so long as they can buy them for less money abroad. The democratic lenders are Iryii: to tako thu duty off of lead Importa lions so as to ruin the American lead industry. It is said Hieic arc millions lu it for the leader. Jno. F. Hciniichs, the furniture Ling, says he served four years in the United States army in Moj. Lush's command during the late war, lacking i guard so constructed three years, eleven months and thiily committee for the slate encampment, G. A. R., are rc- quetsctl lo meet to-morrow (Friday) HENRY WAGNER Tm.u.nn is ! ' 221 hast unm sTitntt'r. A fine Lunch counter run in connec tion with tho sal ion, where lunch can be had at all liour-t. S. J". teli qiuiilla.l voter shall to iceelvu from Ihtijmlgc! Editor Rcrum.iCAS: Permit mem hers of the board of education through the tolnmns of your paper to make an cet'.oii 'i: entitled olio ballotl. Mi.tt.t i On reef In of til.-, ballot the election shrill forU.wllh. and without espiauation rciiiuiig to mc uoimmy leafiorr thn iioU'iiiir n'.aci;. retire atone lo nronosilion lo purchase Mtc or sues one of thu b io'Ih to prop ire his ballot. nmi tin; erection of school buildings He phall iirep.ire hW ballot by crossing i;0w this proposition did not originate out tho name-, of a:i eiodlJatcs ex.rept BUhUl0 ,)0ard of c,icalion, but i, IIIOSC UU' I1UI.I UL V. 1-IH.-S L'J VI'lU. .VllUI preparing hU b.illot the doctor 3I11U fold tho s.ima s.i tint tho face of tho ballot will bo eoaeeali'.l. Ho sUill then vole foilhwlth wilhont leaving tho polling place! ctlon 25. moro lltan one p;r- rlin fOinll bo permitted to occupy any one booth at any one time, and no person lull remain in or occupy a booth longer lltan may bo necessary to piep.tro bis ballot, and iu no event longer than live niburtes. Si ctlon 21. 1'very pirson who does not voto any billot delivered to him ball, bofoiM leaving tha polling place, rtliirn melt br.llot to tin? judge.-!. ..Seoihm i". Any elector who declares intler oath to tho judges, that ho cannot read or writo or other disability, he Is unable tu nurli his ballot, may declare bis eh'dce of eantllil ites to cllher one of t!u judges, having clnrgo ot the ballot, who, In prcFOiicu of Ihet'ector, shall pie pare IhtJ ballot for voting. yeellon 2'5. bulge mill deposit any ballot in Hie billot b.-s upon whhji Ihenamo or Initials of the judgo recelv lug the ballot, doc.) nut appear. Section 2!). Tho county eleik shall cau-o to bo printed hi I.trn type instruc tions for llio giildanco of the cleetois pri'p.ulng I heir ballots. S ctl mtM. Xo elll 'erof cleellon shall, ilbeloec to any person the name of any c.ttidiil.ito f.if whom any elector has voted. No PlhYcr (f election shall d any electioneering on election day. Xo person whatevir nhall do any election coring on elecllou day wilhlii any polling plnco, or within 100 Icct of any polling made in compliance with pctbions signed by 7G tax payers requesting the board to submit such prop .sltiou to voters of Jefferson City school dis trict at the ensiling election. Section U00G of the revised statutes of Missouri provides; That when ever ten tax payers request the board of education to submit to tho lax payers of tho ("Istrict a propoaillon to buy site and erect additional school building0, the said board shall sub mit the sama to the qualilkd voters also determine the rato of tax neces sary to bo levied. The board, upon dne deliberation foil ml that a levy of -1 cents on the ono hundred dollais valuation cac for mttrest anil sinuiiia luiul pur poses would be Rtilllclt lit to pay the interest upon tiu.uuu uoiitts ntiu pay off the debt contracted wilhin ten years, giving the district two new school buildings, scncoi taxes have been atcadily redcecd from 85 cents in ISSi to 5.1 cents in 18S0, and tho bondtd debt has been retinoid durln this period from S-10,!100 to $23,700. 'lhu probable levy lor the current year will lo -ll) cents for teachers and Incidental expenses, cents to imv interest on bonded debt, ami A cenl3 for sinking fund, making a total of 5!1 cents. Should the taxpayers vale tho additional lax tho levy "will only bo GI cent as against 85 cents lu lb'82, School Uqaud, OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo. .C. KOEIILER, Dealer in General Merchandise. TIIEO DORE SCI1EULEN, General Merchandise and ducc. HENRY POPE, Dealer in Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars. BONNOT'S, Osage Co., M0. L. P. I50ILLOT, Propr. Uoiiiiot's Mill Hotel, and agent for W. J. Lcmp's Keg and Bottle Beer F, W. ROER ANTON NATSCH lh : iCAr.r:n- JEfgERSON CITY, Mo. BEN.G. VIETH. J. CHRIS. J. MILLER, i IVB 1 DEAUms in cuoici: MES.WINES, LIQUORS, Whisky by lhu gallon at low rates, niiilllcs ttipilfol wilh Choicest goods, iSS" 2 2 0 Madison Street "a Tinwai'o, Metal Roofing. I HAVE O.V HAND TUB St, Clair aiitl Bellvillc Cooking Stoves, AND THE PflvlnMftiiflon i. HnalintJ a Rffivus The very latest and best stoves man ufaclured, fully warranted, cat! and sec them. Guttering, Lightning Rod, Etc the lowest prices and warranted. eAll repaiiing neatly done. 103 West Main Street. Opposite Gas Winks EMULSION CURES' GOHSUftSPTSQia SCROFULA BHOKCHJT1S COUCHS COLDO Wastiiig Sleoacss Wontlorful Flooh Producer. Many havo gainod ono pound per day by its uso. Scott's Emulsion is not a sccrot remedy. It contains tho Btiiiiiilnt ing properties of ttro Kypophos idules and puro Norwogiau Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largely inoreaood. It ii used by rhysiouma all over tho world. PALATABLE AS W11LU. Sold 6y aii.Dmao. ocoTTJ!.noWt;fi.CHoml3te..Y. C. m. EDWARDS, Prepared (o do ail kinds of PLASTiSRli'iG! at the lowest no1ldo nrlcei". Wells and CUterus plastered . All work gitar- tiuli ed to glvo cullro Rpinaeiitin. BSU 2 1 2 Ilroadwjyfcfferson Oily, Mo m III ONLY! llwliiul. huHihlKKirrnltr Klrnv,h,tiilBk.LSI.V,:ill trfucc,:ciinuijrrycui:(r. -VtMIMTd. .l6Wl.,lt,,,,i M'atH'tu-fCA-ARTUlr.l.DY. hhMiike lll).1(i Jf.Oiial:l-U..tl, I. I. Jc;, tViim m: February lot, (GSO. Tho ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS &MANITO RY and its branchoj h C?.oit) tlij GREAT NORTHERN RY, LINE, if vou ai:i: ooi:;o TO Till: FRKE PAHMSOrTIIE JIII.IC ItlVKR VAIJ.BY, TAKU TIIK GREAT NORTH HI! N' RY. LINE. TO TUB GOLD, SlI.VKIt, COPPER. IHOX and COAL MINKS of MONTANA TAKE TJIK GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINE. 1 TO OR RAT FAI.I.K, TIIK FUTURE INDUSTHIAI, CKN'TIti: OF TUB KOUTI1WEST, TAKU Tilt! GREAT NORTHERN R i' . LINE. TO 11EI.KNA, HUiTB, SPOKANE FALLS AND THE COAST CITIES, TAK13 '1 UK GREAT NORTHERN R Y . LINE TO FAIUJO, CROOKSTON, OI!ANU roitus a xi) viNxipj;u, TAKE THU GREAT NORTHERN RY, LINK. TO ALL MINNESOTA, SOUTH DA KOTA. NOR) II DAKOTA, MONTANA, IDAHO, OltEUON, WASHINGTON, OAl.lFnjtNIA and .MAmTOUA Points TAKE THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. LINE. ' For tltiicts, map and guide?, apply to your noino nonet agent tu- wiltit to P, J, Vt'lUTNEV, (ten, rts ci.a Tlciet Agent. Hunt rjortliem llolhvnjr, St- Paul, Mlmi. fsTho Oueat NouTiir.itN Railway Li.nl: runs Its own Mugnlllcviit Dining Cars, PaIiico Blecniiig Citrj, Special ApHitiiuint Curs and Fieo ColluUt Sleep ers on Dally Tbrougb Tralos, FMilUTiPOll! X 33TX-2T .ISTJD SELL S (IS H Is- (a JmL I r 3 Sv ill - it -0mm n tSfAUUimlri of f 1 rain imreha.-.ctl nt tho liilm.st mnrkct prieo. Cull niitu'co mo at Corner or lli;;li niitl Jlonroo Strcetsa L. W U .i A -I. f IS. 3 I'AOiHC RAILROAD TIME TABLE. ".VESTWAIIU. No I,DayEpr"5S.. Arrives 1 p.m. Loaves 1 :2Up.m. No. 11, Thronjjh i:j:pni. Airivf.-t 12; n, in. Leaver Vl-.iS a.ni N'o. 3, Loetd I'lisi'iiiror. An Ives 12::") p. in. Lrave 12: 15 p.m Mo. 0, Texas Exiiic'S Airlves 2:10 a. in. Leaves 2:10 a. in Kre'lit, earrles pascnKt'ri. Leaves 0:25 a. in. r.vsTW'Aiti). Xo. 2, Pay EsnrHi,.,. Arrive 2.'I0 n.m Leaves 2:M ii.in. No. -I, 'Tlircuali Expics. Arrtvt'S 2:10 a. in. Leaves 2:10 a. in. No. 0, Loeal Pafnonj'er. An Ives 1:20 Loaves 1 :() p. m. I'rt Ight, c;arr!oit pasfing'.'rs. l.tavo -J :10 p.in. l.oe.d passenger Iratni 5 nntl 0 run he- tween St. Lmils and h'ansas City, Thrca iueilons ot ulcht train t'.'Ht. Ti:ai ex iuv8, No. 1), Inm through ilialrcar la. Lexington braiifh. Free leellnpiK chair curs on all through I rains. LKUANON ItUANCII. Tralas liavo Jefferson Oil)' at 0:30 a. in., an tvltig at Aurora 0:30 it. ui. Rtitiinilnit, wjl) leave Aim. .a at 1L30 p. in., arriVluL' ac Jofftimon City at 2:0 p. m. oguNj. CHUwu,AKt PbIics ncclfnlicj Utslr Cars J , k' most onciT 3aaS SpJC. ST. LOUIS j CHICAGO & ALTON.RAILROAD. Oumlhtii. leaves Jefferson City, 7siJ0 a. in. every, day except Stmdoy, cou rcctlug with tho train leuvlug Ccdttr City at 8 a. m. and which raalces proropt connection at Mexico with all trains going east, west or north, ' , JORAtHW QBlJl9)47,tlcll?Utlntr '