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3FFEKS0N CITY, MISSOUKI. Subscription l'rlce, SI. 00 Per Year. Thursday, Jonunry 24, 18ti5. J. C. FISHER, Editor. AUVEKTISING HATES. no tucli, 1 month Ul 00 ffnc-tjiiarlor ciiUirmi, 1 month 3 CO Sue-half columu, 1 month (100 toe column, l month Hot) bne-nunrrer unite, 1 month 17 00 ne-lmlf tae, 1 month 'MW count.1! on 5 early contracts. can, o cents pur line men insoittoL. . ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself a can- lidatc for tho olllce of school com- Imlssloner of Cole county at the ensuing election. JAS. K. l'KOCTOIl. Gnccl Ro.vs. 'I III' Klhll.u convention tllttt WUH recently held in JefloiHOti City, if it accomplished nothing more, is an other straw that is directing tho pub. lie mind townrds n subject thnt needs tho most careful consideration from our statesmen. Tho ininrovii- mout of our roads will do more to ndvanco tho material prosperity of our counties thtm any other improve ment that can bo suggested. No system by which wo cun hopo to hnvo this work done at onco and within n short period of time should bo considered for n moment. There is only one way by which the desired end in respoct to road improvement can bo brought about, and that is by a lixed policy of grudunl road improvement from year to year, un der n law well matured, and if pos sible, made vtnreponlable for a period , pessimist is not tho kind of a man oi say ten years. j.no principal t 0tl,l Bh n i,w financial sVBtom. Tho administration's appeal to tho Republican senators for aid will not bo productive, until tho fifty-fourth This country may follow the 1 European fashion and indulge in a ; cabinet crisis in tho near future, un ss till signs tiro at fault. Faith Cure. A little fit i I li cuie applied to our proscnt litinnciiil systora might per form wonders. There lias boon bo muoh said, and thero is still being said so much on the subject of fi nance, that the uninformed will soon begin to wonder whethor ho can reasonably feel safe with tiny char acter of currency. Tho fact that for twenty ftvo years we havo boon prosperous and happy under the sumo conditions and Uio samo cur rency that exists to-day, will cut no figure whon his faith has once been destroyed. It theroforo occurs to us that our public men and our law makers in particular, should, instoad of assailing all oxisting moneys, apply tho faith euro to our financial troubles, then perhops we should feel much bettor. A reason, in our judgment, why our roads aro net in a better condition, is becauso there has been no fixed policy in tho vurious counties in this, suuu iui luuu improvement. i lie chango of tho county court by the electiou of new members has usually resulted in a chango or an abandon ment of road improvements, nnd henco our progress in that direction is bo slowy Let a fixed policy be agreed upon nnd then lot that policy I bo tryra for a good period of years, If failnro makes misery tho Dem ocrats must bo tho most miserable Koff-jftho resnjt wm ,, for itself, of men: they thing. havo fniiod in overyLT l?Clovelaud should put n Bmart detective on tho trail of tho missing Democratic unity. Ho may locate it, but it will not bo found either in congress or in the cabinet. Accoidiug to Senator Hill, the in eomo tax is unequal, tin-uniform and unjust; likewise, unconstitutional, nnwoildy nud unworkable for the test see any unabridged dietiouuary. Sir. Cleveland no longer speaks of it us his cougres-i, nor does ho complain of having " congress on my bauds." What ho does say cannot bo printed in a family paper like tho Si'ato Hepi'dmcax. How does tho administration ro concilo tho ports of continental Europe being closed to American meatB, with its promise to extend tho foreign markets for American pro ducts, or did it in tho first place mean contract, instead of extend. Secretary Cnilislo sajb he cannot fits why the peopla aro not satisfied with any sort of money given them. For tho sntnu reason, Mr. Secretary, that they nio not satisfied with tho present secietary of tho treasury lack of confidence. Railroad Shops, J. H. Bothwell. The chairman of perhaps the most impoitnnt committee in the legislature the judiciary is one of tho most conseivativo and painstak ing legislators in the thirty-eighth general assembly. His selection by the speaker was a just recognition of merit and fitness. .Mr. Hothwull will bring to tho discharge of In? duties a good legal mind backed up by fif teen or tnenty years of active prac tice of the law. Dining this period he has established a reputation for fairness, energy and atii li 13- of which he may justly lie proud. The chuiimau of the committee on judiciary wields great power in pre venting the enactment of vicious and undesirable legislation. It is the duty of tins committee to guard the people against the enattment of laws designed for particular ptirpo-es and not for geueinl good. Mr. Bothwell, we are sure, will fully sus tain his reputation in this respect. The chairman will guard the in terests of the whole people. Legislative Tinkering While the press of the state is not the Itgul custodian of hgislaltve work, j et the pi ess is the agency through which the work of the legis lature is made public, lint for the press, the people would rarely be in formed about the ork that has been brought hcfoic tho legislature and other law-making bodies. This being true, the press may bo par doncd for suggesting that of all vi clous work that of legislative tinker ing is the worst. Thero aie constantly introduced In both branches of the general us aembly, amendments and changes ta' in the laws that havo never been W given a fair Ilia!. The result Is be fore officials ami citizens become fa miliar with legislative enactments, these laws are changed and new ones. enacted in their blend. 'In eonso quence it is n mutter of impossibility for public servants to discharge their duties according to law. They do sot know' what tho law Is before it is changed. A reform in this respect eould therefore be practiced with .great profit to tho stato and to the Ep'ople,aido from the fuel thnt much LijSff.PWaey count uo tavcu thereby. The appeaiance at Centrctown, Mo., during the middle of last week, of several Mii-ouri Pacific ollU ials, has given cause for the ru mor that ihe Missouri Pacific contem plates locating 11 division of its road at that point. There is apparently some eaue for the minor, for Hie reason that for many years it has' hei 11 contended that the Sedalia and Chamois divisions Wire too near to gether, and that if located ut an in termediate point, one division would be all that the company would re quire. It is likely that a saving of several thousand dollais per annum could be effected by the move, Jefferson City as at 0110 time a dhision of the Mis-ouii Pacific road, and it cctns to 11-. it is the natural and proper place for its relocation. The dN'.ance between Jefferson City and Centretown is only about fifteen miles, so it seem- that considerations other than distance would cut some figure should Centietown he select ed. Of course if Jefferson City cannot secure the division, its sec ond choice would be Centretown, he cause Ceutret inn U a part of Cole county and the people of Cole county feel an intei est in every part of the county, ilut if the railro.ul com pany seriously contemplates chang ing the division, Jeffeison City ought. to he heard before the location is actually agreed upon. They may be able to give good reasons why Jefferson City should he se lected as the location. It needs mon who hove faith in their country and abovo all in its' financial nystom. With this peoplo, confidence will bo restored and the money quostion will settle itsolf. Reformatory Measures. A great deal has been said about tho reformation of criminals. Meas ures have been ugg.'sted looking to watd the separation of the young criminal from those supposed to bu hardened in crime Wo are favor ably disposed to anything with a reformatory feature attached to it, but it seems to us that the first Im pioveir.clit could be made with the admlni-tration of otlrciiminal laws. Ii set in- clear thai a young person who hits llr-t cnmmi'ltd emu , per haps without inlenlion, and who Iris been discovered, oinjht in some way to he given -i econd chance. Ill other words, whenever a case pie sen s it-elf to a court wherein the character of the bov and surround iinis indicate that his life can be made an honorable one, and that he is not a natural criminal, there ouyht to be some discretion given to the court by which punishment could he sii-pcniled for years, if necessary, in older to give the offender a chance to demonstrate whether ho is determined to follow a criminal ca reer, or that of an upright, Innor ahle citizen. This would be refor mation. Iteforitution in the peni tent! iry, or any other reformatory institution, necessarily results in the di-grace of the offender. It is a 1 stain that can never he wiped out. j Besides, there is nothing left to the honor of the individual. He is foiced to be good, while that is a matter that should be self-enforced. ' F M f ii V I L3 IW f 5! 1 was j'-'' ., .1 11... Beams inai iuu Cards of Thanh.. Although the press has intimated font tho "card of tLaiiiU." business noither polite i'"1' "fined, it desire for notoriety IhrouL'h tho p a j ' eller of Bomo and instead of imxl.-ilj thank- Jttg friends for the k i iIim-h shown fn caso of sie,lne"s or otherwise, they rush to Ihe newspaper nnd in cold blooded type tell Ihose who hnvo been admini-lcring to Iho sick that thoy thank them for their kindness, Poonlo who lender service of this kind certainly cannot approointo thanks rotumed in this way. It is liko giving a quarter to tho church and advertising to tho world your liberality. Tho practice ought to bo slopped by Iho nowspapors, if the paonlo themselves do not do it. ', At uny into a charge of five cents ' ' If.. I., I. I. nn.1 tliflt would probably stop it. January 27, 1805, To the People of Cole County: To-day.-fc2W? as clerk of the circulticouit atd ox officio recorder. YesFfiday I complet ed the i-'Gth year two years hy ap pointment by Governor Thos, C. Fletcher and twenty-four years con tinuously hy election. How well I have discharged the. duties of the 1 lllce is left to the puhliu to judge. Today I enter upon the 27th year and Khali apply myself diligently to dischaigo the duties faithfully, lion ostly and impartially. My gieatest ninliitlou through life has been to do right ami my duly In all things. I have never deprived a poor man or woman of the benefits of the olllce because they were ttnalile to pay the fee required by law. I never have shown any par tiality or favoritism in the official discharge of my duties. All persons, it made 110 difference what their condition or position in business or socutv, or class, or what political party tho same treatment. To be clerk and recorder Tho reform sohoot nt Boonville, nceoiding to a telegraph io Slate Treasurer Lon V. Stephens, was burned on Monday of this week. Tha buildings wero vnlucd nt $10- 000, no insurance. The part burned was iho chapel nnd dining-room, nnd othor parts somewhat injured. Silver and Cold. ' . . 'A.. 111 I ft FEW FACTS - 1 l,-"' bottle stopper, tho snow shovel, aro things that almost everybody sees some way. of Improving upon, nnd It Is those kind of Inventions thnt bring the greatest returns tn the author. The prize we offer will bo paid nt the end of each month, whether tlH application has brcn noted upon by the patent .office or not. "Every Competitor must apply for a patent on his Invention thiough U9, nnd whether he secures the nrlzo or not, tho Inventor will have a vntuablo pitent. PHESS CLAIMS COMPANY, John 'WKDDitiiBtirw, Qcn'l Manager, 018 F St., N.W., VH9hlngton, D. C. Something everybody wnnts, some thing all can get by ecurlng ft copy of Vlek's Floral (luhlo for 18'J.), n work of ait, printed in 17 different tinted Inks, with licnuliful colored plates. Full list, with disci Iptlon nnd price', of cvorylhlng one could wish for vegetible, fruit or flower -jp I f n 1 r 1 Travel ll beat u gnrden. Mnuy page of new novel-! H -iy f commodattd In 8 B. . . 0 . . ThroDEh Pullman Ballet Sletplnj Cars lies, encased 111 a For sensible people 'who aim to save money. ' -- LOW PRICES of 4 Twenty-Second Scml Annual .Statement olA8sHeUUolfClolBlj!,' l)Sflntis nt Jefferson City. Mo., at tho Close of Husiness, on the 2d Day of January, 1895. 1)H. Inrfatmcnts .. , fOlSflOOO On1.11 t.ea si Kl'Cnc 2.800 S9 To' at 10 189 21 rn. Duos.,... Intereit AUumcy'a fees.... l'ciiiiltlcs, ..... . Il.'lllll Tranifer feci . . KMraoce fees.... . i'rcinluni on sham Total, -..100 180 51 SUMMAllY-OAl'lTAL SIOOK. Iioettmcnta tol.500 00 I'nfh 2SJ183 Dues, etc. UUl'ullt fi'Jl 15 .J03.733 S9 .. 17,MJI .. 1110 .. WHS ... 11,1133 SU 103 20 8110 SO 182 19 Total.. 97 910 07 Matured atock llrat aerlea duo 32,800 00 Hook value, ce-rund stIcs llti'3 Hook v.ilue Uilril series 73 81 Hook value, Itiiirth scrica ... . .! :9 I'uuk TUtue. tUlli DrrlUB 42 II Hook value alxtli ocrlcS... .... 27 01 Hook value, seventh scries 11 93 Hook valuo, eighth scries. . ...... i 51 C. V YVALLENDOUF, Secretary. I, C. W. U'allendoif, secretary of they belonged to, all rcccivdd I die Jefferson City Huilding and Loan 1 Association or jeiterson wy, mo., i d.) tolemuly swear that the foregoing twenty- j statement Is true and correct to the six years without a charge of ollbial ( best of my knowledge and belief, misconduct is indeed gratifying to C. W. WALLENUOKF. me as well as pleasing to the people Snbsctlhed and sworn to before who have thus honoied mc with their mo this 17th day of Januaiy, 18'J.j, conlldeiice. 1 had rather 1111 anoor'y tljnn ixpirc January ZJ, ltl The Carlisle Bill. SKAI. A. M. IlOUCIl. Notury Public. PROBATE COURT DOCKET. Fehruary Term, 1895. The preliminary voto on tho Cur- lilo currency bill took place last week forestalling tho defeat of that measure. Tho opposition to it camo solidly from tho republican members who wero ro inforee.l by alar 'o num ber of democrats who wero opposed , 0,1,1 110 longer Improvements for 1895. Jefferson City has for tho pas' teii or twelve years been on tho on ward march, She has not takeu n step backwaids, but on tho contrary sho hits moved forward witli astound ing strides considering tho depres sion that has overtaken so many of her sifter cities. There hits been no period in her history whoro so little boasting and :o much actual substaulial and progressivo woik has been nocomplishod. Tho im provements can be seeu in every diiectton. Houses with now roofs bo counted. Thev man's grave than to have the wealth of Ihe llothseh'hU, than the public should si. I made one dollar of it unlawfully. If the Grand Coiumaiidei of the universe does not order that 1 cross the datk river and join those who havu gone before, I shall certainly i retire ut the end of my present term, .MuiuHy, February 11th, 1893 1 will then have served thirty years Murray, George, estate j Josephine in olllce. It is a longtime. I am I Murray adiiiini-tratrix really tired of its routine duties, ami ' Winchel, Amy K., es'iite, J. C under no ( irciiiiistancei shall I again Fis'itr executor. appear I efore you for the olllce. I Inner, Ficdeiiu C, estate, John shall devote the four years nlloted T. Ittner adm'r. me by your votes to the faithful and i;i,,, Victor, minor, John E Gar impartial discharge of the dutles'of man public adm'r. the olllce and letire. j Tue-daj , I-'eb'y i, 1893 Long J During my twenty six years, two F. estate, A I Orimshaw executor, of the judges, lion. G.W.Miller I Selnniiier Muilin, estate, John and Hon. K. I.. Kdnards. have been Schneider ixuulor- chaste cover liver and gold . Unusual and astounding offers, uch ns Sweet lVm for 40 cents a lb. $300.00 for a name for n New Double Sweet Pea, etc. If at all Interested in seeds or plnnt9 send 10 cent9 at once for a copy of Vlck's Floral de, which amount may be deduct- rtrai rirst order, to -panics yick-si Sons, Rochester, N. Y., and learn the many bargains this firm is offer ing. PRIZES ON PATENTS. How to Get $100 and Peihaps Make Make a Fortune. We secure pa'.cnts, and to Induce people to keep track of their bright Ideas wo offer n prize of one hundred dollars, to be paid on the 11 rat of everi- month, to the person who sub mits to us the most metiiorlous In vent!. m during the preceding m mill. We will also advertise the invention free of chaige in the National lt.i- coidcr, a weekly newspaper pub lished in Washington, U. C, which has an extensive circulation through out the United States and is de voted to thu interests of inventors. Not s j H.vkd as tr Sbesh. The idea of being able to invent something stiikes most people as be iuu very dllllcult. Tills delusion the company wishes to dispel. It is the simple things and small inventions thai make the greatest amount of money, aud the complex ones are seldom profitable. Almost every body, at some time or another, con ceives an idea, which, if patented, would probably be worth to him a fortune. Unfortunately such ideas are usually dismissed without much thought. The simple iiivcntioi.s like the car window tlul could easily be sihl up nud down without breaking the passengers back, the sauce pan, the collar button, the nut lock, the ThroDgu Pullman Bullet SlceplntCars runnlnx over the lines ol the Louis ville & Nashville Railroad. to tho measure. Tho fact that these demoernts voted against tho motion to bring tho bill to nu early vote, after tho democratic caucus bail de cided in favor of such n step, is quite in keeping with tho broken piuty strings that hnvo doveloped within the hist six months. Piutv lines scorn to bo demoralized i nio to bo found in all portion of tho city. Tho year ISSIj promises to bo no except ion to tho past. Al ready ninny investors nro airanging for tho construction 'of buildings; already strangers nro Coming for tho establishment of various enterprises. Tho construction of tho biidge, which has become so necessary for fiom Dan to Jlersliel.it. 'What is to),lu' 111111 ellnro of tho people become of tho democratic paity iujoC 'lln htlltp 1,0,1 I'-nlization its presold demoralized stato is one I prubnbly within tho next year, of the difficult problems for future 0!IC" l,l,iU 111)city ' htnto discussion; that thev nro out of line "'ill uo as easy ot access as the cap .... . . . ,.f fi.. : w:n. .1... and out ot joint goes without saying It now looks ns if Pros Cleveland will hnvo to depend entirely upon the new house for such financial legialavion as tho country may need. Holt County It in with plensuro that wo nolo tho appointment of our friend nnd fellow Republican fiom Holt couuty, Mr. John T. Murray, as chairman of thocommitteoon agriculture Mr. Murray seived his constituents in the thirty-seventh general nshombly so worthily that his services wero justly recognized by his re-election to tho thirty eight. In seeking for a chairman for tho committeo on agriculture, the speaker of the house could havo searched through that ontiro body for a month nnd ho could not hnvo found ono who will more conscientiously and faithfully per form tho duties of this iuiportnnt chair m inship than Mr. John T. Murray of Holt. Ho is honest, ablo and has tho expoiienco necessary to espe cially lit him for the work of this committee. We congratulate him, the speaker, and the poople of Holt county ujion lib, selection. Tho Jefferson City bridge will be a monument to the enterprise of Jcf erson City more lasting that granite. till of Missomi. With it she will expand and grow and prosper. Let ! everyone do his might and wouders ' can bo accomplished within the next few years. cidkd to their 11 mil resting place, full of years, m just and honest judges. Three of the attorneys, Henry Flan nagan, Esip, Hon. Alfieil M. Lay, Hon. J. Ed llelch, havu passed the dark valley. They were an honor to Ihe com I. Each died in the midst of their usefulness ami in the prime of life. I fi el grateful to the people aud cordially (hank llieiu for their sup poit. The judges and the bar of this cmrl witli wiioin 1 ht.vj been associated for tho p ist twenty six years, I woiril be doing them an Injustice if 1 dul not tli.iuk hcm for their kind, condemn a-s st.iuee giveu ino aud assuie them that I shall he glad In. Iced to continue in the same channel for the u xt four jeais, and in duing so i hope lo receive from them and tho public, at the end of my thlily years' suiUce, "Well done, thou good and faithful ser. vaunt.'' I am lespcC'fully, Youi-obedient servant, W..IUI.USK. . Street Cars, AVhen tho bridge across Iho Mis souri river is completed tho question of street ears will havo tho niton, tion of our people. Somo outer prising, public spirited hlrnngern will bo oo hand very probably, to build n liuo from JJorth Jefferson to tho jjerry Springs, A lino of cars running that distance would require quite an investment but might . provo to boaquite profitable vontnro. Tho Beiry Springs could bo very much improved and during tho sum mer Iho pleasure riding to that point would be quite profitable lo tho company. All, however, depends upon the. construction of Iho bridge, lntil this bridge is completed, a great deal in' this lino can net bo ex pec ted. McElrec'o V.'.'r.j ci Cardul end THEDFORD'5 CLACK-DRAUGHT are for Sale by tho follow lug rucrckanta in Jefferson City; G. A. Fischer. DkWvl & Son. A. liUAMDINBCUQEH, Mr. Isnao D.vih., an old ro spceted cilizen of this city aud county die.l IV It- of last weik, at No. 710 W',t Main street. Mr. Dwight was ti.el.o:i with paralysis bovernl weeks ago from which he did not recover. Ho was 87 years of ago and had resided horo over since 1S57, CTHIIMPHHrYS 'VETERINARYSPEC.FICS For Hokh, Cattle-, Sbcp, Pon, Eeas, AKD FOULTH7. ' ' JSOOruge HoiikouTrmlmrM afdulmals a ii U Churl rieul Vree. erne l FeTerf,ronpratloiia,Iiifl(iin uiatlou A.A.jhiplii-il .)i,.Dlnrlll. jlllk 1-iiter. Jl.ll. Mruius, l.amenrsa, Uheuniatlsm. pX'.IHstcuipcr, Jsnsii! llUcliaraea. ll.ll.lluia or drubs, Woriua. r..E..-('uualJM, llravea, riipuuioiila. IM'.-l'ollii or (irlprn, Ill llracbc. Il.l.,1llscnrrln2e. llomorrbnsca. ILILUrlaarr nnd Kldner JlUensra. l.I.Kriipllve JIlMenara, nlitnae, J,K. Ulaeascaot Dlnoallon, raralyals. SlofflaBotlla (oTrrbOdoacsX - - .00 Htabla Case, with Specifics, MaDUdL Vvtrliiar Cure Oil ami Mealcator, fiT.OO Jar Vclerluatx Cure Oil, - . 1.00 Sd STUratrUui r ni pnBftl4 ftrbartss4 Uu, iu.illr a m.. I af sHm. Mtiruaii8'iD.(o.,iiiiiiniin.SL,.r. ll.uitnau C A, estate, Edward IJa-i-man, adm'r. Niintibet lien ., cstat.i, Ferdinand Nlenaber sidin'r. Weduesilay. Keb'y 1:1, 18!).") Hart man (J II, estate, Mary E ilurtmnn exicutor. IvaiitschJ II, e-tnte, H'y Kautsch, 'adm'r. Wear J'liues and II Miry, minors, Henry Kiut-ch cuiator. Doehl.i John, estate, A J Hoefer, adm'r. ' Thursday, Fcb'y 1-1, 18U5 Wit hers John It, estate, Gerhurdt Wll bers adm'r. ' Cowl.iy JjI.u M. estate, Mary S Cowley adniintstiatriic. Dulle John II, estate, Wm II Dulle adm'r. Friday, I'eb.y 1C, 18D5 Schott J G, estate, II. and Emil Sohott execu tors. , Slnii-.pfli Maria, estate, L.-iu WIN ser, exeeuliix. ' Kung Chas, estate, Frank Kung adm'r. Schneider J II, estate, G IlSshml dcTfe. ' " Saiurjlny, Feh'y 10, 181)5 -Willi-derlichMurg, estule, Jacob Wunttcr liuliadm.r. Pice Sam, estate, Joseph Wado adm'r. Scliwaller Auuu M, estate, Homan Schwnllor executor. Moiiday, Feb'y 18, 1895 Chirk J M, estate, AI It Sinks and II W Clark executors. Elston heirs, George Lech gnat, dian. . . Fischer heirs, Gustavo Fischer gttardlau and curator. Jm N J, SllMMKH, Judge of l'rtliit,. Court. CARDS JEFFERSON CITY, MO. ATTORNEY8. J. C. FISHER, 200 East High Street. F. E. I.UCKET, 200 East High Street. CONRAD WALDECKER. 103 West High Street. AB8TRACT3 OF TITLE. OSCAR G. UURCH, 124 East High Street. BANKS. EXCHANGE HANK, 204 East High Street. (Bco Advertisement.) FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 124 East High Street. (See Advertisement.) BOOKS AND STATIONERY. HUGO MONNIG, STATE STATIONER, 225 Madison Street. FRED ROMMEL, 118 East High Street. COAL AND WOOD. L. D. GORDON, Olllce & Telephone, Llnhard's Store. OROCER8. . JESSE W. HENRY, 114 East High Street. OTOVi.3 ANO TINWARE. DANIEL GUNDELF1NUER, 125 East High Street. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. A. J. 1IAUER, 132 East High Street. HOTELS. MONROE HOUSE, W. W. V tQNEn, Proprietor. Cor. Monroe nnd High sts. E0KEOFATHI0 fft SPECIFIC No.60 la UN 30 jw, ITiii ooiT ticetful rtmd (or Nervous Debliity, Vital Weakness. Ss4 rrostratloo, from ovtr-work or othar causM 1 par tUl. cr a YltU and Itria vial powdar, for U, fiula aj lvsasl.it, or , M.I4M, r.c.1,4 ol prlo, WrMirB.roliiaiiitiiiuH,a..iKa, Js jfljBllaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL Dk Dran'ch OHlcei lu all leading citlei, 1 R ar tu. lln. w,.. jmM dallv 4 (mornlni and evenlor, depart- D Arc the most' sa,tlafaetory. features nt present, ' .,. IJY VIRTUE OF VALUE, 11Y THE POWER OF PRICES, - - Wo expect your trndo duriiiK thn month of De cember. Wo miistTeduco our atock nnd we offer Clotliing for Men. Boys S Children A N D ore) trains from St. Lonla, Evanivllle, and Loolsvllle to the principal Southern cities. This line la many miles Ihe shortest between the Northwest and Southeast. This line baa doable dally aleeplng car service lo Jackson ville all the year round. This line Is many boors quickest to Southeastern cities. The passenfer equipment ol this line Is not excelled In the South. IP YOU PUSH hard etioujtfi you aro botitul to succeed i litu you must have thn machine that niiikin Iiiuil FUilihuj easy. We have imsuliif- Tho Smi h Premier Hie highest point, oftypawrlier ex i Hence, tin porta like It loi' snnvii, unl .tours ieciiiiao It keeps' In orUvr, You II ju aurprlsoU ut the 1 ilcrcuce between dils aud other lyptitvrUert. Tha Smith Premier Typewrit3r 2o,( 2Qd Normal), stieet, St. Lonls, Uo A. J. CuNNEULY, Solicitor, Jefferson City, Mo. CaUlouo innliod oo .ppliotioil, iiiiaL!waitt, Q U L F C 0 A i, Mo. Q Ky, sD Write for description of s-rps, THE GULF COASJ Winter Tourists' Tickets nt low round trio rntcs'on sale from about November 1st. eood till May 3 1 st. Full information cheerfully furnished upon appiitai.uu iu GEO. B. HORNER, Dlv. Pin. Agt, SI. Loutt C. P. ATM0RE, Gen' I Pan. Agt., Lonlavllte, From 25 'to 30 per cent. . - leu than regulnr prices durlngthrr month "of Do ccinhor. We hnvo, tho BEST $2.00 SHOE FOR BIEN IN LAOB nnd CONGRESS Ever off-red for that price. Every pair war ranted to (jive fiatisfnc fnction. Everything in our stock will go at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES "GLOBe" SHOE & CLOTHING HOUSE, 127 E. High Street. C. CZARLINSKY, AlAXAOKIt. J. SEIGFRIED, FllOl'ItlKTOR. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC FREE. Special Offers to Readers of This Paper. A Great Metropolitan Paper. Is Indispensable Now. The "Twice-a Week" St Louis re public will be sent Free For Ono Year to any- person sending before Jan. 81, 1895, a ciuh of three New yearly subscribers, with $3 to pay lor same. Already the clnns are gathering for the fray In 189G, and 1805 will lie full of interesting events. The skirmish lines will be thrown out, the maneuvering dono and thu plum of campaign arranged for tho great contest In '9G. The remaining short session of the Democratic Congress, iO be followed shortly by a Republican Congress with a Democrat in the Presidential chair will bo productlvo of events of Incalculable interest. In fact moro political history will be constructed during '95 thin in any year since tho foundation of the government nud a man without .t newspaper will be like u usulen lump in the movements of public opinion. You can got three new subicriben for the Republic by a few minutes' effort. Kemnmher in The Republic subscribers get a paper twic wuuk for the price of a weekly only $ 1 a year. Try it at ouse nud see how easily It can be done. If you wish u package of sample copies, wiile fur them. Cut out this advertisement n ml send with your order. Address. THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. St. Louis, Mo IB MHwest SYSTEM. Connecting the Commercial Centres and rich farms of MISSOURI, The Broad Corn and Wheat fields and Thriving Towns of KANSAS. Tha Fertllo River Valleys and Trado Centres ot NEDRA8KA, The Grand. lMcturcsqoe and Enchantlnc; Been err.auu the Famous Mining Districts of COLORADO, Tho Agricultural, Fruit, Mineral aud Timber Lamia, and Famous Hot Springs of ARKANSAS, Tho Beautiful Uolllng Prairies and Wood lands ot tho INDIAN TERRITORY, Tho n?ar Plantations ot LOUISIANA, The Cotton and Grain Fields, tho Cattle llanges and Winter Ucaorls of TCXA8, Historical and Pcenlo OLD AND NEW MEXICO, And forma Willi 114 Umincctlona tho Popnl&r Winter T!oul to ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA, For full descriptive and fllnitrated pamphlet of snr or tbo abovo BUtea, or ltot Bprloas, Ark. San Antonio, Texas, and alsxloo, address Company's Asenu, or II. C. TOWNSKND, Oil! runttif 1 ILtit i;t:t. ST. LOUIS, MO. v.. K 5i Tho Missouri legislature is now fully orgauized and doing business For Sale The beautiful suburban place bo- longing to jMr-,. Julia A, Weiss, consisting of ubout 29 acres. Tuis phicu is iiliout one mile ciwt of the city, overlooking the Mmouri river. There is a -brick home, -idven roomt, and u servant's houie of one roTin; also turn, brick sin iku-h me, twj cisterns. Tuero are abjiii four hun dred fruit trees, ooinlstlu of apples, pjaohes, pears, ciurries, apricots, etoj ulsu am til viiu-yjrd and straw berry bed. Price, 83,700, part cash. Call uu or address. J. C. Ftsuisit, Attorney, Jtlfersou City, M?. Saloon and Boarding House. FRED SESSINGIIAUS. Having just oponod my now resort on Dunklin stroot, I am prepared uj oui)jij my uuoluiucib vviiu tuo vuryuesa tv inee, ij.tpiors, L,lgurs,Yeio., and have also added a Wagon Yard, where teams will bu looked after'. My hotel is Orel-class, and my table will bo supplied with the very best tha market affords. Farmers will find this one of the most pleasant places In tho city to stop. Give me a trial and yuu will always be a customer. Meals and Lunch can be had at any and all hours, day oi night. Freo Lunch every morning, and also on Saturday evenings. Inventory Sales. -O- Our annual invoutory sales are . now in progress, and wo offer at these sales rare bargains, with out roservo, in ALL WINTEIt GOODSiisfollowa: Bluiikota, ComforU, Flnnncld, Ladies' Cloaks Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capes, ' ChHdroii'n C i'lirV, Frt'eiiintoiVrf Shawls; Hosiery, Carpets, Itugg, &c. iks, , . " -Wo .h'uvo'nbl room to i.utito ihIlw-s,. " l?lJVit' invito 'KVEItYllO V to Ukot ' J udvantago of tliid opporituiiity to soouro somo of our Glf-ANI) BARGAINS. ComoqiiQ, Como iilll Schultz Dry Goods and Cariet Co. 'M- f li . - M J W-M&t.rSl .