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r I If IS .Si. " 1i in.. 'I in ' ii.i'i.i in i ii'ii ii i 1 1 ' 'i ' mi i m ii iiiii ii Inti -THE STATE REPUBLICAN- JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. Subscription, $1.00 Par Year, F. Q. Fulkirio!, Business Manngor Thursday, June 12,1800. Tub Republican state committee frill soon be called together. This farmers and the republicans will be heard from'ln Missouri polU tics this year. Geo. Gimbletholk Vest will have bard timo holding on. It will be a republican or a farmer. The local democrats are walking at the base of a volcano that already emits sparks of living Arc. Tiir. census enumerator Is at work and the boom population will soon be taken out of the windy cities. Some definite steps should be taken to secure the extension of the branch road to Lebanon from Uagncll. Mrs. IIakrisov has been presented with a cottaee. Wonder what the fellows want out of the president. Tins extension of the branch road from Lebanon to Bngncil can be ac complished by united action of our people. The Cole county republicans should meet soon and organize for the fall campaign. The democrats must be routed this year. Messrs. Frank and Kcidringhaus hayc come to the front in great shape. Out of the thrco new repub licans elected to congress from this state two have made national reputations. handsomely for its use. Tlicro is now no reason why it should not be built. The Osago river will find an outlet to St Louis markets over the Frisco, and thereby tho entire Osage valley will bo benefitted to nn extent greater than tho imagination of the greatest . romancer can picture. It will be the salvation and the making of this beautiful growing and pros perous city. Tho. money to build it can be secured on easy terms, and some steps looking to its construc tion should be taken at once. Ui to going to press no additional reports of democratic defalcations have been reported. Our, pyramid lias been improved with the details as follows : rcnk,Kausas City 9 22,000 Poland, Missouri. :V2,000 Sllcott, United States 7.",000 Cuurculll, Arkansas 80,000 Arclier, Maryland 200,000 Vlncent,Alabama 2U.000 Tate, Kentucky 247,000 Ilcmeuway,MMsslnpl 315,000 I'olk, Tennessee -100,000 Burk,LouUlana S27.000 In 188C Mr. Bland's majority was 2589. In 1888 it was 305. A loss of 2281 in two years. There Is to be a beating of tom toms nt the nomination of Richard 1 Bland for congress, but fuss nud feathers won't elect him. Ex. Total 2 ,243,000 It Is easy to see where Noland made his mistake. Burk understood the business. If Mr. Bland will stop trying to represent the whole country long enough to secure the appropriation for a lock and dam on tho Osage river, it will be some justification for the assertion that he represents this congressional district. Tub house has passed the silver bill. This bill provides for the coin age of 81,500,000 of silver bullion per month, to represent which, treas ury certificates will be issued for cir culation among the. people. It takes a republican congress to do business. Reed is a grcit man. Tuts railroads have done their duty by the democrats, all of whom they own, by furnishing all delegates to the St. Joseph convention with pas ses. This is in part payment of scr vices rendered the railroads by that party in the past, nnd will operate as a mortgage on it for the next two years, which is usually foreclosed during the session of the legislature Of all thorns in ttic side of the de mocracy the pension seems to be the worst. It makes a democrat spit Wue fire and drown his sorrow in the flovtinc bowl. Let them spit and splutter; the republicans will pro cecd in the even tenor of their way in providing the soldiers with proper pensions, the democracy to the con' trary notwithstanding. Mn. Sii.vkr is destined for the re tired list. It seems that he could not secure homo support for senator ship from one wing of the democracy and could not secure home support from the oilier wing for central com rnittccman. There is an old legend about sauce for the goose being eaucc for the gander. Pet haps the boys have decided to inoculate him with a little of that doctrine. The establishment of a factory outside of the prison by Hie Gelsecko Boot and Shoe Co., should merit the best wishes of the entire population livery aid, facility and encourage mcnt should be extended them by the people. Nothing will help us so much as factories. If the proper xpirlt Is shown these gentlemen in a -few years they will have a large fae tory In our city. The preliminary examination of Riley Rogers, charged with stealing the checks and mouey from Capt. Steiningcr's pocket last week, was held before Judge Payne Monday Prosecuting Attorney Davison ap pcarcd for the state and W. S. Pope for the defendant. Tlio evidence shows that Rogers made several trials to have the $100 bill changed nnd his stories so contradictory that it is almost convicting. After hearing the evidence Judge Payno held Rogers for the grand jury. Br extending the branch road to Lebanon the entire south and south' west will have an entry to Jefferson Citv. Tuc Santa Fo railroad that now controlU the Frisco will be glad to operate it nnd pay tlic wwis Nothing so forcibly proves the excellent ability of the gentlemen who now have charge of the M. K. & T. railway, as a trip over that ex tension and magnificent system. Be fore it fell into the hands of the re ceivers a ride over it was equal to the "rocking of the crndle in the deep1" It has since been trans formed. The road bed has been im proved over the entire line, and trains of workmen can now be seen everywhere improving the road bed, bridges, etc. That it Is a great na tional trunk line of vast importance to Texas, needs no greater proof than the evidence exhibited in its crowded passenger cars and its nu merous freight trains that transport stock to tho north and merchandise to the south. It spans a vast terri tory turminating in the north, where the winter's blast equals the frigid sharpness of a Dakota blizzard and lands you in the flowery kingdom of the sunny south, where old Sol rules supreme and the snow Hakes are a mith and a fairy tail to its rising generations. BRICK MANUFACTURE. There is one enterprise for which Jefferson Citv could make a worm wide reputation, and that is the manu facturc of brick. If a delegation of citizens could bo induced to make a trip soutli and sec the great demand that exists for brick in every part of Texas, and in fact tho entire south west, they could tea the force of the above assertion. Tho brick that are made, for illustration, In Dallas, Texas, have a straw color and do not have the appearance of brick, owing to which, all red and pressed brick used arc imported principally from St. Louis CCl 812 per thousand for the same brick that arc sold In and about Jefferson City for 67 per thousand The demand is so great that it cannot be supplied, and the people are forced to Uio tho unsightly brick sup plied by the local brick yards. A company with $1,000,000 capital could not make brick enough to sup ply I)alla3 alone, and yet with all the natural resources lying atom- feet we idly sit by and make no effort to bring this wealth to our door. The way to make a city is to build it up. The exhibition of energy and busi ness invites outside capital, and so long as the home people lie dormcnt, so long will its natural great wealth remain bidden in the earth. The woodman's nx is made to clear the forest, and capital is made to build up cities, and unless wc do it our progress will bo bow Indeed. Have wc no one that trill take the lead ? Water on Both Shoulders Missouri's democratic members of congress arc between the devil and the deep sea when they get to talking about tho financial condition of her people. Dockcry and Bland have been talking themselves hoarse try ing to convey tho impression that we are a mortgage-ridden people, this being due to high protective tariff. Other democratic members, among them Col. Mnitstir, give the lie to these statements and 'declare that no state in tho union has mado such gi gantic strides In the acquisition of wealth as has Missouri. Democratic leaders arc terribly mixed up In this matter. They would like to prove by incontcstible figures that tho farm ers of this stale have been financially ruined by a protective tariff system, and they would also like to have it appear that under democratic rule Missouri has outstripped all her com petitors in the race for wealth. It is exceedingly hard to make tho two statements look well when both arc presented at the same time. Osage County enterprise. Tl .a.., n DALUEYEJi ISURcNGE C. W, WALLENDORF, Manager. Fire, Tornatfoy Cyclone, Tho following Reliablo Companies represented i Firo Association, German American, Hamburg Bremen, Home, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Globe, Pcoplo's, Milwaukee, Mechanics. Oakland Home, Traders', Phenix, Phoenix, Springfield, United Firemen's, Western Home, ffi"Olllco over Thomas' store, Corner High & Madison Sts. H. Clay Ewlng, W. Q. Dallmeyer, rrcslilvnt, ciulilcr, W. A. UaLlheveii, AnsUtnnt Cnshlcr. EXCHANGE BANK, OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Does a general banking bushics. IHijnnrt st'lU Domestic and Foreign Kxphnugu. Fur. nl-li letter of Introduction mid credit to Hi vnrloiift corrctfpatiilcnts. Always line mouey to loan Its customer. A Mown Interest on tlino depoMtP, hy iifcri'iMtioutt and ileal In (iovern ment, (State, County, Municipal Itoinln nnd hlxh grade jccnritli'fl. collection mudc on Europo nu cities direct. Homo fleckers Trill find tho last of tho imbllfl doinftin of agricultural nnd irrnztug value nlonjf tlio Ureal Northern Jty In Dakota tiuutnna FREE LANDS NEW TOWNS lOOor more nlong thcGreflt Northern riAihvny I.lno. JIuplncM chnnci'S. Wrlle V I. Wiiithky, Hurnl,Slliin. for book,, maiis, utc. Write now. JOHN BRIGHT Settlers on froc Government lands along tho (Ircat Northern Ry Lino In North Dakota nud Montana get low rntos nnd lino markets for product, LOW RATES HUNTING, FISHING. Finest reports In America Along Great Northern lly. I.lno in Min nesota, Dnkotna nml Montana. Ilostcllmato for health seekers. Montana produces the finest Horses and Cattle. Frco ranges vet In Mouse, Milk and Bun ltlvcr VAllc) s and Sweet Urass Hills. HORSES, CATTLE. HEALTH, WEALTH, In Montana. Frit Landi, New Towm, Nciy Hallway. Ntw Mlnti. Low Ritei, Largest nrca of good Vacant land. 8wect Grata Hills, Milk and Sun Illver valleys, Vonlanft.reachedonly by tho Great Northern Hallway Line. The Stock Kaisers' paradise. SHEEP, HOGS. GOLD, GOAL. Thcregionntrlbntary to Great North cm Kamvay Line In Montana produce all the preinn and baser metals. Now towns and railways oro being built JMEW GOODS NEW f RICES A FULL LINE OF FINE Go" to tiler (Ircat Itcservallon of Montana and Eet a (rood fKO home, stead. Low rales nnd Frco blcci.crs on Urcnt Northern lly Line, tio now. MILK-RIVER. HERDS. MINES. Theso have made Montana tha richest State per capita In tha Union Plenty of room for moru miners and slockralscrs. Now Is tha time. Alongtlic Great Northern Hallway I.lnc In Montana aro free ranches and pastoraKC mint, ct r"eioui mtli, lion nud coal, and ntw eitirt nd town,. Now Is your chance. YOUNG HANI W. C. Young, President. Oscar G, Butch, i'alilcr. OLD SLEUTHLIBRARY. ISSUED s QUARTERLY. A Series of the Most Thrilling Detective Stories Ever Published. 1 old Slcntl), the Detecth e 2 The Klnjrnr the DetcclUci .... : old Meuth's Triumph (1st half). SOlil Sleuth V Triumph CM half). 4 Under n Million Dlsputecs (1st half) 4 I'ndcr a Million lll.trul.es CM cm I'ni'n in u i.itk halt) rniri. .... io-. . ...10e . ICC 10c ..10c ,.10C ..10c. fi old lilectrlclty, the I.ljrhtnlnir Detectlvo .inc. rue Miauow uciccme nan; luc 7 The Shadow Detecthe (d half) 10c ti lted-I.lKht Will, the ltlvcr Detectlvo (1st half) 10c tjltcd-Llght Will, the Hltcr Detective (,! half) 10 tl Iron Burgees the (internment Detective tisi niiiij juo It Iron lliirgens the Coverument Detective (.M nail tuc e lljipiiidh nt New York (1st half) 10c e DriL'aiuls ot .Neu Yurk ('2d hat) .,l,"kI :icl.cd hvn YentriloiiuUt 10c Tin i T ill Mintlnu ir.l 3 The French Detective. 1 ieiiiv wnjne, 11113 SI. I.OU1S LICICCUVC .VPhe New York Delietil.c Pi O'Neil McDarrairh, the Detective ... ; old sleuth iu Harness Again jS The IJidv Deteethe lDThc Yillikro DctcctUi, 20 Tec Fastest in New prk. First N ational Bank JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Capital, $50,000. - Surplus, $37,750. DIHECTOltS. W. C. Younii, J. S. Fleming, J. G. Sciiott, Jesse w. Heniiy, Jacoii Taknkh, J. n, EnwAiim, Gr.ottoK Waohhu. Do n general hanking business. Dur nnd sell Foreign and Domestic Kxchangc, I'liited States nnnds ami other securities; account received, loans nnd discounts made on rnvornblc terms. Prompt ntteutiou git en to nil business entrust' cd to its care. GREAT FALLS Surrounded hy a line agricultural nml grazing country .close to mines of procions mctn!s,tron and conf.posses sing a watflr power unenqiinled In Amcr ten It Is uontana'a industrial centre. The t allet s of lied, Mouse, Missouri, Milk and Sun lllvcrs reached by Urcut Northern II v. I.ino. Half rate excur sions feiit.it, 23, and Oct. II, 18H0. Write F.I Wmi.Nr.r.st. Paul, Minn. G.N. R,L. PACIFIC IUIUIOAD TIME TABLE. WKSTWAI1I), No 1, Day Express. D. H. Mc'ntyra. President, M. R. Sinks, Vice President. J. H. Dlercks, caliler John T. Claiko, Assistant ca'hler. ...10c ...10c ...IOC ...10 ...10c ...IOC ...10c ,...IOC 21 HTack Itnten the Georgia Detective Si Mgui, nov i, me .uounicu i)etecitc, 29 Alio m-iui-utv Of. no it The MMcrie mid Miseries ot New Yerd.,10o u iermji" iw "(t On ..Hie .10c The Merchants1 Bank OF JEFFERSON CITY, MO, CAPITAL, - 85 0,000. 1)1 HECTORS. 1). II. MCINTIUE, F. II. IlINDEIt, I(. U. l.OIIMAN, 0. A. WAItE, M, It. Sijiih, J, Jt. KDAYAPP3, L. D. Qoiiiion, J. II. DtF.noKn, I'll I LIP OTT, Cull Si'cuinl AUciitlou to Our SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. liny and m 11 Foreign and Domesllc Kxehango and do a getienil Ihiuking Iluslness. I.pauQ 11114 LriBi-uiinis iii.iue vi(u luiiDv ,uurHuic ivtiuo. Arrives 1 :0t) p.m r.cnvf'.tt 1 :2(m.in jfo. 3. ThrotiEli Exnrrss. Arrives 12: 28 a. in. Leaves 12:28 a.m. No. 5, Local Passenger. Arrives 12:31) p. m. Leaves 12:4.) p.m. No. 0, Texas Express Arrives 2:10 a. in Leaves 2:10 a. m, Frelclit. carries passenjrers. Leaves 0:25 a, in . EASTWAHD. No. 2, Pay Express.... Arrlvcs2:i0 p.m Leaves 2:05 p.m r- 1 fil -r......AM. A u..i....m t,.,n 'rtu. 4, xmuuitll jUApicsa xniven '! a. m. Leaves 2:10 a. m No. 0, Local Passenger. An Ives 1:20 j.eavcs i mu p. m Freight, cu ries passengers. Leaves 4:10 11. 111. Local nassencer trains 5 anil G 1 1111 be tween St. Louis nuil Kansas City. Three sections of night train cast. Texas ex ll' fc,'l," ,.(,,.. 2(1 The? smuggler1 ot New York Uav S7 Manfred, tlio Mngic Trick Dolietlve. ?h Mtira. ine tt eiiern i.nuv Dcteetito... ?j uous.Arinaiiu; or, ino rreneu uctcetive In New Y'ork HO Lady Kate, the Dashing Female Deteethe (1st nail) , 10c 30 Lady Kate, the Dashing Female Detective (id half) 10c 31 Hninud the Detective 10c, 3.' The Giant Detective in France (1st halt) ,10c b in f ranco p.M iiaii)..iic Ttite In laitsia 10c if loc iUUId Puritan, ilin l)i-Tluio Vaukeg ifOCk- tlte (lathair) ,,, . 0n 33 Old Puntau, the Old-llme Yankee kietec tlte (id haU) 10c SOManfreirs Quest; or, Tlio Wjstcrv or a Trunk (1st hair) 10c Si ine (11.(111 ueieciive 1 Hi Thviiiaut Detective i Si! the Ai.eri,'n Uftect 31 Tlio l)ule1r)i'(eKljrt PIIIKCTORY ELSTON, COLE CQUNTY, Mo. CHUHCII MEETINGS. llaptist, First Sunday. Methodist, Second Suudaj'. Presbyterian, Fourth. Sunday: S. D. TUItNEU, piiysjcjarj. SSSInntred's (uct; or, lhc Mjstery of irunh (2u 111(11;. a .IOC StTnii) 'lliuinbior, The Wonderful llov De- ' r K,ctl)e(lsl hair). 10c 37Tpm lhunifrror.Tne Wonilcrrul lioy Dt ' lectite (id half) :!..'...,' ... la,. Mold Ironsides Abroad (1st half) pit; 3.1 Old Iruii.ufe-i ,liroad (id halo Ic 3'J Little lllack roini or, The Adtenturt". of u Mieliletous Darky (1st half), . no SO Little l!lack Tom ; or. The Adventurer uf a MIchlctou Darky (id half) 10c 10 Old Ironsides Among the Cotvbots (lid half) . 10c lOOld lrnnsiile. Among the ('onbots CM ia)f) ,,,, , ' 10c U niaek T)l") in St.'irel, i.f a all.of 1 nt, tlio Furllier Adr'nturVil of a iilsihleti.ilt Dark) (1st lull TJ ,, 10c II lll.iek 10111 in Hcarenof a Father: nr, the Further Adtcntures of 11 Ml'Chietous Darky (id hair) 10c li;onaii7u hardle; or, the Treasure of the Itnckie' list halrj Ce (.' Itonali'.a Hurdle; or, the 'lrcasure of the ll.,i.ki(n Ut lialtj loc 13 Old Iransrprin, tlio seenu Sin,ula .'J.iio.. tit'e' 11 half i i. ..... ".ip,,- 15 Old Transform, the Secret Special vvtcei ' '" tlte id liairj loc 1 1 'I lie King of the t-hadotvers U1 half) . .10c IITIieKinguf tlte Sliadon ers (id hair)..,.iu 45 (Jasparoul.thc Italian UeleelUe jur, llldc- and'tieck iu Nuvv York 10c ir.otd siculirs Luck ice 17 'the Irish Detectlvo 1 e Uotni 1 1; n Opal Mine ioc la me JssfcP 4a Wii. 1:1 Fuitliful .Mike, the Irish Hero ,,,10l aiiu luregoini; nutkM ntv inr Mtie Nylin nen dealer'', or nil) be cnt to any address, postage paid, on receipt of K cetits each, hy llis pub lifher. Address (iKOIttiK MONItO, Mt'xuu'd i unr.:siuso house, P. O. Ho Dill. 17 to i7 Vundeivnter St., N. Y Wliy not look after the Colorado route and the extension of Uio South west branch j Lebanon is- daily ask ing this city to join in the branch extension move. IvCbanon is boom ing, and will show up in good stylo to get the connection with this city. Jefferson City Hkpum.ican. Yes, Lebanon's booming. She is building a 5100,000 hotel and a $10,000 bath house. She has just adopted electrio light by a vote of 318 to I, If anything looking like the extension of the Lebanon branch comes In sight this town will do its share, and also help lis neighbors to bring about the result. Lebanon Ilepiiblkan, Missouri gave TiUlen 54,701 ma jority In 1870. In 1888 it gave Cleveland 2,512 majority. Repub licans, work will carry Missouri. In 187li Phelps rccolvcd in Mis souri 51,880 majority. In 1888 Francis lacked C,5!M votes of seen ring a majority at all. Work, ic publicans, carry Miwguri, Jix, S. M. ELSTON & Co., General Merchandise and Jobbers in Farm Machinery, Binders Twine, &o. &c. &c. U. LACKAMH, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, I inware, Furniture, Collins, Etc. GEORGE ELSTON, Drugs and Groceries, Express apd Jfajl-ItjOad, Agcnf. CENTRETOWX, COLE CO. MO. CIIUI'.ClI MEETINGS Presbyterian, Thlid Sunday. Jianlist, Fourt! Hu.ntay. Ltllici'ap, Spcoud Suuaay, T. A. GItEENUP, Post Mailer and Justice of the Peace. Piop'r Couiiucrcial Hotel. Dr. M. A. DUNLAP, "JIUKUAV & WEAVER, General Merchandise, TheW.&W.i HAS TAKEN FIRST PREMIUM AT EVERY state; pp csypy fair AT WHICH IT HAS BEEN EXHIBITED. AT THE EXF051T10NZZT PARIS, 1559, Ths Higli03t Fossiblo Fromiam, THE ONLY GRAND PRIZE FOR SEWING MACHINES, WAS AWARDEO TO WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO. AND THE GR6SS 0F THE LEQION OF HONOR, WAS CONFERRED UPON NATHANIEL WHEELER, The President of tho Company, WILSON & MOOKK, Agents, A. A. CAMPUELL, General Merchandise. 1). Iv. HATHUOBX, General Mcrchaiullse. GEORGE POPE, I'ron'r, Hotel and Dealer in Fine WhibUics, Wines and Cigars. mess. No. 'J. lias IIhoulMi elialr car via Lexington branch. Free reclining chair cars ou an uiroiigu trains. I.HIIANON 111IANCK. Trains leave Jefferson City at 0:30 a ni., iirnnug at Auroia U:3U a. nt. Itcttirnlnir, will k'nve Atnia at 11. '30 . ni., arnvinc at Jefferson City at 2:30 . in. JOHN J. JIIUltClI,At. h Palac Dlnlnq CaraM rT?' Palace Reclining Chair Csrs W-'J HPcjlf ilacc Sleep Iffiars fill '( rSJSsi imi I , AitOv. cntHto..Tuai r intuit I NSU CITY, 1 "feft j MOST DIRECT ?ilS&4 I ' st. louis imM , Kansas City. Kgggj?i 3- GKEItiTTS' MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Pi SHOES: Slxoes J -u-s-b OiexLe3. r-SOLE AGENT FOB TIIE-t Celebrated John Meier' G-B1TTS' SHOES. School Shoes a Specialty Call and Examine Before Purchasing Elsewhere BWJ.1.V iiiAJST JUJLUU at. JLN TJtS.NJN JioaJili HOUBE.-a J0HN A. LINHARDl Sti IDlB 2ALER IN"- SPECIALTIES IIMIIIIIItlllllllMllllMllllillltlilMII Glassware, Qucenswaio, Tea and Dinner Sets, Clinmticr Sets, Liltrary Limps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco, Cigars, Woodenwaro, Ipo Cliosts, Ilefrigerat- Grass and Garden Seed, Oyc- icrs, 1'isn ami uame in Season. Cash Paid for all Kinds ot Country Produce. 3RO EAST HIGH STREET. QUALITY? AND i WEIGHT GUARANTEED III I II 111, II, I II II, I Ml III III, , FINE FAMILY GROCERIES Fresh Goods ancf Low Prices! All Our Teas Are Guaranteed to Pleases 8Sole Agent for Royal Java Coffee. THE PERFECTION COOKED OAT MEAL John T. Craven's ' THE I'LACK FOB OHOICH Gr HO OEE.IES . C. IaZ. thomks FI N E G RO GERIES 1 CHICAGO & ALTOXBAILBOAD. Oninihtis leaves JefferEOti Clly, 7:0 a. m. every day except Sunday, con necltg with tlio train leaving Cedur Oily atSa. m. iimlwlileli inalies prompt connection at Mexico with all trains going cast, west or north, Jonathan Ghimsiiaiv, Ticket Agent JOHN F. FLKSSA, Miller and Dealer in Mill Stuff, MAUION, COLE CO,, MO TAGABT & ELLIOTT, General Merchandise and Country l'roducc, OSAGE CITY, Colo Co., Mo. C. KOEHLKlt, Dealer Iff General Mercliindlse. TIIEODOHK SCIIEULKX, General Merchandise nml Country produce. HtiNBY l'OI'E, Dealer In Fiuo WhUliics, Wines and Cigars. LONNOT'S, 0j?e Cj., Mo. L. 11. DOILLOT, lVopr. lioni.ol's Mil) Hutcl, nnd ngeiit for W, J. Lcnip's Keg nnd Bottle Beer. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clanui n& bcnutifiei th lulr, rrooiotci m luxuriant Krowth. NrFll to ReiTar Or irisiu I OHiniai vovr. Jefferson City TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS, MEXICO & CALIFORNIA. Through Trains Carry PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN- Sedalia AND TEXAS PQiMrS. Gi:o. A. Esuy, ) II. C. Citnss, J Bcceivera. J. J. KBKY, J. WALDO. cn. upt. CciLl'runioMKr UASTON MKSI.lliB, Gcn'l Vumastt & Tirtol Afonl, SEDALIA, MO. aiV3. EDWARDS7 l'lepaivd to Ou all klmH ot PLASTERING! nt the Ioweet pcsslbto prices. Well and Cisterns plastered. All work guar nntfod lo give entire satUfaetlmi . i 1 i Iliuadway, Jeffernon Citv, Mo. CONDIMENTS. 6H0ICETEAS AND LEADING BRANDS OF Imported Delicacies! 202 East 'High Street, Jefferson City. BUCZEY EJ , DETROITs SURE GKIP Stcol TackloDlook IALP TIIK COSi' ot liltlitg lived lotori'ki'oiitr,bulr,lioi,fanii, f. imuliinlsti, bulMcra,tonlrtun inj otlivn. Aiimitted to be lliu Kr.-nt. 'lit lUllltOVUIIUMitu .ivitr mmln In I.ikLIa ilucU, Freight (ireiinid, U'nlt) foruit. ulogtio. FULTON IRON It CtlGINE WiS,, jE8Ub,i;,Q B(Uh St, rMiolt,Mi(h. ( oolciirag tove, A6K FOR THE CELEBRATED J : Binders,t Reapers i andt Mowers.- BUCKEYE BINDER TWINE, ss CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES. Wm. OEHnTIO- &c Co.; Sen.! for Descriptive Catalogue. ST. LOUIS, SIO. WHEN YOU WANT A NEW T" The Best Stove for the money ever made. Take noother;. If your dealer cannot supply you write direct to u; INDIANAPOLIS STOVKTCO,, ; INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA, Autou KulBcb, Doalcr iu Stoves, 403 WosatMaiaSt., JofforsoaCity.