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fcflwiftrJi5 :" 47HMxsOTBBBran .WK St . . -'( -.'in, , ' -' "- i ijL ' '" ''l",lwlMMM..')A77i-'..'it'- , Caro for ueaaacue. - , - - v-srag "janxXn-.. '.--v JBFFEKSON CITY, MISSOURI, Snbicrlptlon 1'rlcc, $1.00 Per Year. Thursday, March 28, 1895. J. 0. FISHER, Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch, 1 month vl 00 One-quarter column, 1 month 3 61) One-halt column, 1 month 6 00 One column, 1 month D DO sa.quarter page, 1 month 17 00 as-half page, 1 mouth 32 00 Discounts ou yearly contract) . Local i, 6 cents per Hue eaeh liuerlloi.. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself a can didate for the offlce of school com missioner of Cole county at the ensuing election. Jas. R. I'roctoh. We arc authorized to announce the name of W. S. Hastings a candidate for the dike of School commissioner of Ctjlc county. V Republican City Ticket. For Mayor, JULIUS II. CONRATH. For Marshal, EMIL SMITH. For City Attorney, CONRAD WA1DECKEH. For Police Judga, ADAM ROUTZONG. For Assessor, THEO. E. SCHULTZ. For Collector, A. J. BAUER . For Treasurer, GEORGE FORTH. KOIt ALDERMAN. First Ward, ALBERT ZUENDT. Second Ward, LOUIS L. OTT. Third Ward, CHRIS. J. MILLER. Fourth Ward, HERMAN BACKERS. FOR SCHOOL DIUF.CTOKS. W. q. DALLMEYER. FRED KNAUV. The administration has nothing to gain at home or abroad by bulling Spain. When a disappointed politician is in doubt as to his mxt steps he or ganizes a new parly. The diplomatic machine at Wash ington seems to have slipped a cog, tereral of them, in fact. It remains to be seen how much better Mr. Cleveland will do with half of Europe on his hands than he did with congress. The members of Ibe'ex" bridge have been casting eyes at the recent va cancies in the ministries of foreign countries. Mr. Wilson will give the country pleasant "April fool" if he will keep fool-ideas out of his manage ment of postal afliairs, A gang of green goods men have made Washington their headquarters aiace congress adjourned. Another Illustration of the force of example. The expectation of an olllcc added to the number of ex-congressmen bo celebrated Mr. Cleveland's fifty eighth birthday. If the Cubans will put up the price Ihey can get volumteers enough from the United States to wipe the Span, lards off the island in a week. One pretty women with no other knowledge than how to use a pair of eauoy eyes can control more men than a score nf the greatest female orators of the world. Instead of tryinc to bring nbout reorganization of the Democratic party In Pennsylvania. Mr. Cleveland tfould better try to collect legal proof W tlie existence of such a party. If the accounts of the defeat and victories of Cuban revolutionists are only half true somebody stretches the truth In calling the revolt an lot mificant affair. Senator Hill was stabbing Grover again when he said of the late An drew Javkaon: "You may search kit writings, his letters, his speeches W messages and all his public pa fpn and you will Mud therein no Hpddle about non-partisanship In e, national state or municipal aU" The Fellow Servant Law. For many years past a corrupt railroad lobby has been stationed at Jefferson City for tho purpose of de feating tho passage of a affair and honest fellow servant law. The rail road companies aro bled by these lobyists, who use the railroad passes and the money of the railroads os tensibly for the purpose of defeating the fellow servant law, when in fact they are Into every corrupt job that llnds itself knocking at the legislative doors. Tho fellow servant law has been demanded by the railroad em ployees in this Btate for twenty years. That n just fellow servant bill could be adopted that would be fair to the corporations and also fair to the laborer Is conceded on all hands, but the railroad lobby s opposed to adopting a fair fellow servant bill because it would leave them out of em ployment. It is the carcass they pick every two years, and without it they should be at a great loss to know whnt to do. It has even been as serted that tools of these lobbyists introduce theBe feHow servant bills bienally In wrdcr to ena,ble"tbS railroad lobby to fleece the railroads themselves. After securing its intro duction, of course, they notify the men at headquarters that money is necesary in order t0 defeat it. How much goes Into the pockets of the lobbyists and how much into the pockets of the mem bers and senators is hard to tell, but it can safely be asserted that the lobby usually comes out much better than the members themselves. The houso passed a fellow servant LEGISLATIVE ADJOURNMENT. The Thirty-Eight General Assembly Winds Up at 8 P. M. Satur day Evening. The most remarkable session of tho legislature that has convenod In Jef ferson City for twenty-five years con cluded its business on Saturday at 8 p. m, and adjourned cine die. The session convened on January 2nd, 1895, and concluded its labors on the 23rd of March having therefore been in session eighty-one days. Eleven days at one dollar per day after the expiration of the seventy days for which they received $5.00 per day. The amendment of tho election laws of Missouri that was so much desired by the Republicans, was finally killed In the conference committee. The rock upon which the Republicans and Democrats divided vras the re corder of voters, Democrats being unwilling to surrender this import ant functionary, white the republi cans thought they had had enough of that official. 1 hrep eonWHi .m-- .WsV Izcd from the sale of those Jots. The capitol Is built In tho centoSSf the city on a beautiful bluff commanding a beautiful view for miles in1 every direction. The Governor's Mansion i is on another bluff just east of the state house, also overlooking the rlvor, and on the third bluff (ho pen itentiary Is located. Tho city is one of tho most picturesque In America. A more beautiful city forn state capital cannot bo found Jn the Unit ed Statc9. The location of tho capitol Is almost m the center of tho state. Itls within twelve miles of the center from the west and within two miles of the center from the north, the point selected being as near In the center as it was possible for the commission ers to fix it. Jefferson Cily has been the capital of tho state for about seventy years, and all of the historl tal remtnisceuses connected with the state, and it has a great many,clustec about the City of Jefferson, From the time that tho stato has been In the Union, all of its laws have been made here : all of its governors andVJ state officers have mittees were appointed on this bill and all failed to agree. Democrats charging that the Republicans were not sincere in desiring fair and rea sonable amendments affecting the election laws, while the Republicans held that the Democrats were unwill ing to grant anything, except insist ing on the election machinery remain ing in the hands of the recorder of voters. The final wojk of the legis lature was tho passage oftbc appro priations, conferen ce committees Pin mm i (Pain tin has made rd during borne while serving the state at fcr6nn City. The memories of Jefferson City oie hundred and fifty barrels per iy . A largo per cent of the flour anufactured in theae mills isi mar- 5lty has perhaps the best system of water works in the state outside tho cities of St. Louis and Kansas City Tho system was completed about six ni. i ,..i years ago at a cost of (149,200. recalled to mauv arc held In grateful " ' having been appointed ou all of thera bill and sent it to the senate where it , and compromises affected. When was burled. The senate passed one the Assembly convened for final ad- and sent it to the home where It also journmcnt the hall was filled with found an untimely grave. Thus the visitors who crowded into the gallery record between the people and the and on the floor of the Louse. Many corporations is made up. CAPITAL REMOVAL Jefferson City May Get the Support of the South Central Counties. That the 9tate capital removal pro position is coming before the people for their decision is now a settled fact. Also that Svdalla is going to make a hard fight for it and have strong sup. port from many counties cannot be denied. If Jifferson City sleeps on its rights it will certainly lose the capital, but if it stirs itself and takes advantage of circumstances and its situation, it can still hold its vantage ground. To do this thought it must uiim every part ot tins state possible to it by some strong tie. And the pleasant speeches were made and the house otherwise amused from eight to ten before actual adjournmen t took place, although the records will show that the adjournment took place at 8 o'clock. A resolution was offered by Mr. Drabelle which was unani. mously adoptod, thanking Speaker Russell for the uniform kindness shown by him to the members of the house, regardless of party, and com mending him for the fair and irapar. tial discharge of his duty as speaker. The speaker was also presented with a beautiful gold watch by the mem bers of the house. Dr. Alonzo Tubtis of Osage county was ri numbered with a beautiful bronze clock. Other presents were made to numbers and senators. At the hour of ten the aiaies nei- ciearea ana tlie speaker standing on the Speaker's stand, and the Lieut. Governor, as president of first thing for it to do is to extend the railroad leading south on through the ' l'ie senatt '" chair, both waving counties of South Missouri and we.sl"ff ""lll;atlug 'hat each house would guarantee it the simoon of , wa8 reacl' t0 adjourn. The announce- Laclede, right and Douglass coun ment was made anil the gavel fell and the thirty-eight General Assem bly declared adjourned sine die. Sedalin has made a capital showing 10 apologize lor a Dad pun to the 375 people who went up from Jeffer- son City to look at a lively town. It I decided only that little outing to. con-' vince the legislature that it had made I no mistake in submitting the remov al question to the people. The more one see9 of the outside world the more he marvels at Jefferson City. anijiuv v-uy mar. The Capital of Missouri. ties if they are tappod by this south ern rallioad. And their siinnnrt ii - i would have great weight with other southern counties and decide without i Before actually beginning her cam doubt, in connection ith the norlh-! .,. Mn,,i,u,n f, . err, i counties the fate of the measure. 'Wichita, Mrs. Lease c;uld devote Jefferson City should think well over! 90raestu;iv t lhat ancient this proposition. Mansfield Mall. L, ,,., ' , uvui a luuiuci iiciuy milium nonor (rigliiu.) . ,. ter nut uivu her nltl rifiuM irtro n me farmers, chance at her scalp The fatmers throughout the west feel in some way that tlie world is out of joint. The corruption in legislation is conceded on all hands, and the poveity of the farmer and his decreased importance in tlm noi ld is also apparent to a casual ob server. That this is bo is perplexing not only to the farmer, but to others nho realize that with the downfall of the tiller of the soil the very foun dation of tho government is endan gered. We believe that one of the greatest sources of trouble with the agricul tural classes is the indiscriminate purchase by them of all new pat ented farm machinery. This ma. chinery is sold to them on time payments, and before they are ablo to pay for It the machinery is worn out and they have worn themselves out In trying to pay for it. in ad dition to this, the farmer does not take sucli good care of his farm ma chinery as is conducive to its own usefulness. When the reaper has performed its work, he usually finds shelter for it uudtr u friendly tree, where.it remains until the next har vest. Thus exposing it to the rain and sunshine and all kinds of weather shortetiH its life fully one-third. If tho farmer would buy less expensive new patented machinery and house it better, ono of the misfortunes that ho has to grnpplo with would disan pear New machinery seems to be the craze of the country. There soems to be n crnzo for labor saving machinery, and it has invadod every business as well as tho farm. The single Uxor advocates thnt all pat ented articles should belong to the government, and thoro may be more sound dootriuo in this than tho peo. pie geuerully believe. But if the farmer will commence by shutting off tho machinety vender, and take good care of that whioh ho hoB, he i will find that his burden will not be near bo houvy. remeuibcrance. The town Is one of the most conservative In tlie state, and it lias been steadily but quietly growing in population, business and wealth, the result of the general ao tlvity and prosperity of this section of the state. Real estate is in good demand and changing hands. The city has a population of over ten thousand, and most of the buildings located therein are composed of brick. The legislature meets every two years. The Suprome court holds its sessions here, and the state officers and judges make tins their home. During the past four years the growth of the city has hern very great, over one thousand houses have , been erected within that time. The amount invested in impruuments I will amount to an aveiage of 8200, , 000 per annum. The city has an cx i excellent public school sy-tam, a ; main school and two primary schools, ' and the average attendance is over I eight hundred. The city is well 1 lighted with gas and electric lights. , The city proper is lighted ith arc I lights which burn from sun-set until i sun. rise every night of the year. I Tlie cily has three banking bouses Iand the banking capital and deposits will amount to about 81,500,000. The f-itv altn fnur pvfAllwnt buildinu anu loan associations mat nave s paid up capital of over $300,000. The press is well represented, there being two dalies a:,d four weekly pa pers. The cily hag four first class hotels and is regarded as the best convention town in the state. Her railroad facilities are excellent and with the construction of the proposed bridge scrsss the Missouri river at this place, which will undonbtedly oeeur this year, the cily will be very closely c-ouneetcd with the Chicago Si. Alton and the Mlsssourl, Kansas & Texas railroads, which will there fore, maVc it one of the most closely and best connected railroad towns in the state, across thn The water is drawn from the Missouri and is filtered and when used has been settled and so cleared that all trace of sand bus been removed. The city is also well supplied with an excel' jently organized fire department, The pressure from the water tower enables the city to fight fires without engines, a stream can be thrown one hundred feet and over by the tower and direct pressure from the water works. The government of the United States baa recently Improved the river and narrowed the channel so that navigation is vory much improved which gives Jefferson City the Mis' sour! river as a competitive freight point. The amount expended on the river here recently is over 8400,000 The government has also recently appropriated 8200,000 for locks and dams on the Osage twelve miles east of Jefferson City, which will add to the material wealth and prosperity of the farming country surrounding tlie city, Cole county lias n population of about 25,000. it has uu aiea of 250,000 acres. The taxable wealth of the county is 1, 000,000 and the rate of taxation fur county, school, and other purposes Is a little over one mill. The county and cily are well supplied with churches every denomination being represented. The Catholics, Baptists, Lutherans, MetbodMs, and Presbyterians all have magnificent church buildings. The principal crops raised In the county are wheat, corn and oats. Quite a laige number of cattle, hogs and mules are also marketed. The toll produces most excellent quality of wheat; in fact, it can not be sur passed by any other county in the "tote, it yields from twenty-five to thirty-two bushels per acre. The uplands produce flue blue grass for grazing purposes. It is the home Fruit in Cole County. Tho mooting of the Horticultural! society that look place in this city some weeks ago, and the subsequent publication In this paper, of a num ber of able artioles that bad been prepared and road beforo the society if carof ully road by our readers should hare satisfied them that Colo county is especially well adapted for fruit The profitable culture of tho apple, pear and peach orchards were thor oughly discussed, nnd the evidence was sufficient to satisfy almost ovory ono that, at least in applfl orchards largo fortunes could bo realized. Cole county has tho soil nnd cliniato eepocially adapted for tho Bon Datia apple, and if a half dozen largo orchards wero planted, this world would prove to bo ono of the best npplo countiofl in the slate. It is well-known lhat npplo buyers buy Ibe frnit on tho tree, and piok it and ship it tbemsolves. Tho f armor who raises fruit has no trouble whatever in find ing a market. It would be a great iUnr to ba.frmr -or JiYil. .thousand acres near this city plan led in apple orchards. Aa a remedy for all forms or Headache Eleotrlo Bitters has proved to bo the very best It effects a permanent cure, and the mjst'drcad ed habitual sick headaches yield to Its Influence. We urge all who are .filleted to proouro-a bottle and give It a fair trial. In i-ases of habitual constipation Eleotrlo Bitters cures by giving tho needed tone to the bowols, and few cases long resist the tiso of this medicine. Try it once. Largo bottlos only fifty cents at Brandenbcrger's dru store. FLORIDA Jomn'odabtf fa $9 Thraatk Psllmin Bullet Skcelaf Cars running over tee uses oi w vine a nuBviiie Kiuro. For Mayor. Julius Conrath is developing greater strength. The nomination for the office of mayor came to Mr. Conrath unsolicited. Ho is a business man and has devotod vory little of his time to politics, except as other citizens, in a general way. He is young, energetic and has the ability to do well whatever ho un dertakos. His fitness for tho office of L O R I D A A N D Li W t- ot (sta r . -rv For sensible people whor - aim to save money-i - ' . LOW PRICES Toll line root doable -ally (mornlnr and erenlor, depart ure) trains Iron St Louis, ErassTlUe, aad Losltrllle totbe principal Southern cities. This line li misy piles the shortest between the Northwest and Sonthestt. " This line has donble dally sleeping car smite to Jicktoa vllle all the year round. This 'line Is mnr hoars quickest to Southeastern cities. The passenger equipment of this line Is aot excelled la the South. Winter Tourists' Tickets at low round trip rates on sale from . A ..Mt.Ma. . m rrnr. .Ill , , , . I O IIUUl I1UTBUIUI . o. hvwm .1.1 mayor oi jeuorson uiiy is conoouou Mgyatst. by all who know him. There is not a reason why he should not bnve evory Republican vote in the city. He has always stood by the party faithfully and staunchly, and we hope to see a united party givo him a united vote on the second day of April, 1893. Voto the wholo Republican ticket from top to bottom. Professional and Business C ARE S JKKKEIUON CITY, MO. A census of men and women who live by bunco schemes legal and 1 1 legal would make startling reading or those who have given no thought to the present tendencies of society at large. Jeffe-son City Is located on the south side of the Missouri River and on the Missouri Pacific Railroad one hundred and twenty-five miles west or ht. Louis and one hundred and fif ty-seven miles east of Kansas City in Cole County, which city is also the County seat On the north side of the river the city is connected with the Chicago & Allon and the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas Railroads at Cedar City, an excellent ferry now connecting this city with these two lines of railroad. The State of Missouri has mauv valuable buildings t tlie seat of gov. eminent, among them the Capitol, the Supreme Cuurt, Governor's Man sion, State Armory, Warden's Resi dence, and the Penitentiary, the property of the state located" there tielng valued at 84,000,000. The state house that was erected in 1830 and was re-modeled in 188., two magnificent new wings having been added to the old building, is in every way a modern state capitol and will answer the purposes of the state for many years to come. The erection of the stale capitol was Uxed at Jefferson City by the constitutional convection tUai met while the stale was still a 1'ern lory, under the authority of an act of congress giving the slate four sec tions of laud upon which thepermaneul scat of government was located. The selection of Jefferson City was made by commissioners duly appoint ed for that purpose, and all the land upon which Jefferson City now stands was sold by the state and the state home was built with the money real. of tin blue grass. The county also The proposed bridge ', 1"' an excellent reputation for fruits Missouri river will be a such as apples, peaches, nears etc. magnificent steel draw-bridge l'iat i The M isMiurl runs along the entire will cost 8300.000. and when com-1 ,Pn8l1' of the county. f The Osage one pletcd will he used for foot, " 'he most beautiful nnd rotnantlu wagon and street railway travel. ' streams in tlie county, sneeps along The city is one of the best mauufac-, il the east for forty miles. The turing town in the ttale. There arc , hoilom lands are tlie moid productive over one th nhuiiil men employed in in ''lu world ", regardless of seasons, the manuafactnrc of shoes alone. , cr"P never falls. There is also There is alio a saddle factory em. a" "'"indanue of hard timber through. ploying two him lred men and a har ness factory employing one bundled and fifty. The city is also well pro vlded with brick yards where the very flnesl quality of brick is pro duced. Excellent building stone is found in evciy diieclloii, lime and sand are shipul in lurge quanlties to other towns. No ci y affords l-ctler facilities foi the eatahlUlnnci.t of factories. 'The oily. Is well supplied with excellont stores and establish ments fouud in every progressive and, well-regulated town. The Dulle mill, wiilch was recently destroyed by lire Is luiii re-huilt.and will wheu eonipluled, lie one of the finest roller f'ou.liiu mills lr. the state. The cup icily of Hie new mill will be four hundred ban els nf flour per day. In addition trrthis, they also operate a smaller one which Is now in operation and which turns out HUMPHREYS' 'VnERIHARYSPEClFICS for Sonet, Cattle, Sheep, logs. Eon, JLXD FOOXTHr. " 800P.,.B.ScjTrBir.t,.rA.,.,. ?f 1 IH!T,S!SK,?!f B,J.".?"m-is out tlie county consisting of walnut, oak, hickory etc. Portions of the county are Inlaid wlili coal, lead and zinc. A few coal mines liavj b.cn worked' with piolll, but the coal and zine mines are practically undeveloped, In the county there aro several prosperous villngcs, Centretown being probably' lj" lrget . The others are Russell. ilflHlcjfcory.HIII, Ur'stlijDecatur), Ei(oa,!0go City; Osnge JJluft, Marion, hi. Thomas, Tal and Loh mln; All persons seeking homes ami who desire to cast tlieir lot with mi loijujjtilous, thrifty people, in a dr. eiraoie locality, wiiero are to be found a inaiiy of ilu eluueuls of of&wcalth, prosperity nnd health aaK-elsewhere lu UiU cnunlrv. ana who desire to invest iiinir espltal lu property that will doubly muicu in mine, art cordially In vited to visit Jefferson Cily and Cole county. JWJmb Htaw ItsriroucAW job office (it rning out some ot tho finest WQfljin ino sriue. Any oim deair-injjjflrst-closa w srk at low prices, coll I l.OTliliemer, Mnl DlKhari eg J)Jlal r llruka. Uarnii. K.-Cotta;ha, llravea, no mr uri lllaearrlaci Urlaarr an ATTORNEYS. J. C. FISHER. 200 East Hieh Street. F. E. LUCKET, 200 East High Street CONRAD WALDECKER, 103 West High Street. ABSTRACTS OF TITtE. OSCAR Q. DURCH, 124 East High Street. BANK8. EXCHANGE BANK, 204 East High Street. (See AdrertUenient.) FIRST NATIONAL DANK, 124 East High Street. (Bee AdTerUcement) DOOK8 AND STATIONERY. HUGO MONNIG, STATE STATIONER, 226' MadisoTrtStrebt. FRED ROMMEL, 118 East High Street COAL AND WOOD. L. D. GORDON, Olllce & Ttlcphono, Linhard's Store. 8TOV-8 ANO TINWAJlEi DANIEL GUNDELFINGER, 125 East High Street. OROCER8. JKSSE-Y7. HENRV, 114 East High Street. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. A. J, IIAUER, 132 East High Street. HOTELS. MADISON HOUSE, E. J. Mili.eu, .Proprietor. Cor. High and Madison Streets. J.O.MAIIaearrlace, llainarrhaara Ii.ll.-urlaarr and Kldnrr DI.eatea. j.a...)lMu ar Jilneetleu, taralrila. SIssleBoulaioTereOdiunj, . . .oa i ala Uaaa, wlUi SreclSni. Iluui Vetwltuir Uure Oil anil Mallouor. ar.nO Jar Veterlaar Csra 011,'. 'I'M mni-ata.co.,iiiiuwm.n,,,OTim. m HTJUPHEXTS' . H0MZ0FATBI0 ff' ' cnrninn u. M , qrcuiriu no.uvy; ma-" a WaVti VualJV.Wt5 0r1 " -lfQ . k j5lviBa MONROE HOUSE, W. V. W ionib, Proprietor. Cur; Monroo and High sts. IF YOU PUSH hard enough jou aroliouujtoeucctod hut you mutt hate Ilia umelitDs lb wnkn haul puililntf car. We liave putliing - Ihe Smith Premier to III- 111 guest po'lut nriyrtwrlur' ex cillfbee, Kxperii flkn It for anted, aro- amine i cvAunau atTiiaio oruir, IPU'll nur)rlieU at llie di(1reuoi iMwaea iLle and tllwr typewriters. Tin Smith, Premier Typewriter Go, 208 NorlU?lb, street, St Lonis, Mo., A. J. CwNXELLY, Solicitor., Jeffersou City. Mo In all Mdlnii Mh., GtMogi mM'wfffirtakt: u L F C O A Full inionnauon c&cerniiiy niraiuiea upon application to j GEO. B. HORNER, DW. Pau. Agt, St. Unit, Mo. C.P.ATH0RE)GM'IPm.Ast, Eonlivllli, Ky, iJ Write for deacriptlon of pr THE GULF COASI Are the, most satisfactory ' . features at'preient..',.';fj, 1 -".'". v. BY VIRTUE OF VALUE, BY THE POWER OF PRICES, s We expect yodr trada, during the month of D-, comber. Wo must reduce our stock and wo offer Clothing for Men, Boys & Chf Idren -J From 25 to 80 per ceni.' loss than regular prlcss during the month- of Da ccmber. We have the , BEST 2.00 SHOE FOR MEN . IN LACE and CONGRESS Ever offered for thai ' price. Evfcry pair war ranted to give "satlsf as faction. Everything la our stock will go at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES -1 '.-! v5 Home Seekers' Excursion via,. the "Katy" Route. For trains of February 12th, March 5th and April 2, 1835, Tho Missouri. Kansas and Texas Railway will sell tickets to all points in Texas, (except El Faso) and to Lake Charles, La., a: the rate of one low est first-class regular fare, plus 12, for the round trip. Tickets limited to continuous passage in each direc tion, with final return limit twenty (20) days from date of sale. Stop over privileges will be allowed in both the going aad return passage, within final limit ot tickets. Why not ' take advantage of these low rates and visit the state of texas, where land may be bought at almost any price f or lurtuer inionnauon sa to freight retes, passenger rates, maps, etc., call on or address, JAS. L. COSS, Agt, North Jefferson, Mo. "GLOBe" 8HOE & CLOTHING HOUSE, 127 E. High Street. C. CZARLINSKY, Mamaocx. J. SEIGFRIED, Prophjetob. Stockholder's Meeting of the Cap ital City B.$L Association. A meeting of the stockholders of the Capital City Huildlng and Loan Association will be held at the oil'. : of C. W. Wallendorf, sscrotarj if the association, on Tuesday, AMI 9, A. D., 189, for the purpose it voting upon the proposition to in crease the capital stock of said a o elation from 1300,000 to f 400,lo0, and for such other busiuess as may come before the meeting. H. C. Gkisbkbo, Pres. C. W. Waxlendobk, Seo'y. Clothing Sales Agent Wanted for Jefferson City and Vicinity, Liberal commissions paid, and we furnish the best and most complete, outfit ever provided by any house Write at once for terms. Send two or three references. Wanmauaxib & Bbown Philadelphia,' Fenn THE iff slf west SYSTEM.. Connecting Uvft Commercial Catiss ami tka Mmsouni, lb Broad Corn and Wbsal fields Sad TkrlTisf . Towne ot KANSAS," The Fertile Blrer Tellers and Trad Otatott oi NEBRASKA, The Grand. Plctoreitrae and Ka chanting Bean err, and the rtnrana Minlag Sumiete at COLORADO. The AgTlenltaral. rrnit. Mineral and Ttadwt Landa, and ramona ilot fipnng a ! ARKANSAS, The Deanutnl Boiling Fralrles and Wood laadf INDIAN TERRITORY, The Sogar PUntatlana ct LOUISIANA, The Cotton and Grain Flelde, the Cattle lances and Winter Beeorte at TEXAS, Itlatorleal and Beenlo OLD AND NEW MEXICO, And forma with Its Connections the gap aa Winter Boat to ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA, Tn fall dOTftrlpttv, aad ITraMreM aaayala at any ot tea .Mil auiw. or Hot aprlKcs. Ark . aaa Antonio. Yaiaa, eaa JBazlea, aabaii Oaaaaa-a Af Htei or H. O. TOWNSENTJ, tai ruiKgn at ta Af-w st. torn, ao. For Sale The beautiful suburban place be longing to Mrs. Julia A. Waiss, consisting of about 29 acres. This place is about one mile east of the city, overlooking the Missouri river. There is a brick house, seven rooms, ana a servant's house of one room) also barn, brick smoke-bouse, two cisterns. There aro about four hun dred fruit trees, consisting of apples chtrrles, apricoU,peaohes, pears, etc ; also small vineyard and straw berry bed. Price, 13,700, ,rt caah. Call on or address. J. C. Fiihkb, Attorney, It Hereon City, Mo. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Weasel llrowuer and Anna Uruwner, his wife, by their tserulu deed, of trust, dated .December 31. t, 1837, acknowledged January Dih, ll&tJ, Ktid recorded in iwok "Q, " at ytgu 4U, ut Cole County Reeorder!s onhsv, con veyed to J. U. Fuller, as trustee, the following described real estate, situate lit the county ot Cole, statu of Allewiri, lo-wlt: . . ,. The southeast part of private survey No. 2701, beKiuiilug' at the northwest corner of private survey No. U8U, theuce lu western direction parallel witu (be southern buuudary Hue ot tbe'uri vitte survey No. 2701 elxhteeu elialus (18 chains;, theuce In soutueru direc tion parallel with the eastern boundary Hue oi said private, surrey tto.7Ul to Uie land lielunKlng to the school houae, thence with tno eastern uouudary itue ot said school bouse laud to Uie road leading- to the Jloreau bridge, tiwuue to aouthera direction to the southern boun dary line ot said private survey, Uiencs in n aataru dlrootlon with, said souUieru boundary Hue 18 chains to tne aouWea.t lorner ot said private survey, No. a701, Ihence In a uortueru Ulnscuuu wllU the eastern boundary hue of said survey to the Dolut ot begluolug, eouialulux sixty-fear and '4U-i0utu aeies. wuicu conveyance was made to secure the pay ment of certain Botes and' '.luten-t Ua eurlbed In said Utd ut trtut , and tbereas,Ueiault has btwo uiauo m,". ...ni.m 'iil oiii iii aald uuwa aud . jt blterest thereon, aud .(Iteaauie temaiu unpaid, Kowurwu, ;uy t"mo ui ino Uojvef ,4 aaiaoouuiucJ m U uevu ui UUlt; abd HI Ihq ffUUwi ot too vg,ii ';..tf.iM..i ailil 'uour lu said UeoU uv- L-ritil. uouo w lirel)V uivea uiar 1 wUi ou. J40NDAY, AI'itlL 21, 1693, betwf eu fht hours of '9 o'clock In the lorvnoou and C o'clock' In the afternoou ut that day, at tha court bvuse la.tbo city oi Jtlleraoo, sute of MUaourl, jroced to sell , tho" above deaerlbod prdperiy'at publlv vendue to'the highest alddsr. fur VOTM., Mil, UVJ , V.UI, IO- THE DAKOTA IIOT SPRINGS. The Hot Springs of Arkansas harj long bceu 'deservadly popular, for the. reason that ibera Is no other, plana that has tilled the rvqulreiueut of both a health and a pTeaeura resort) -This ,tate ot affairs baa changed, 'tlie Ilot Dpiiags of Soutb Dakota have, lu ra-eat years, beea thrown open to the people, and because of Ibelr delightful situation and great ouratlio (qualities, are becoming more popular every day. Situated at this resort Is, luthe lamuu, lilaolc Ulils lu ibe midst oi beautiful tnouuialu seen e.y, possewlug iba peculiar balaamlo atmosphere wuloh Is in Itself health giv ing, with waters that are pruuouaosa by experts equal II not superior to tbose ot any otber mineral springs la the world, It will souu outrauk any other like resort- Tho botal accommodation, are oi the best bostelrles with alt the modern Im provetueut aud couveulences. The ho tel Kvaus, built of pink laud stooe, with steam heat, electrio llgbli, aad every room an. outside ouo, Is easily the best conducted bona between Chicago and Deavar. Tne rates are. 'all raaavaable. The marvelous 1 (Vl 'U Caveat the 'talis of Fall Hlverj Batile Houaului ,the old Indian battle grvuud; Dead wood and ttte gold lleldsi aud the famous Suul lauds are all within driving dlstanc?. The mam moth plunge bath at ths riprlngs is noted aa being one of Uie largest natatoriuiue In the world, 80 heaiinlul ara the sur ruundluge,aad so maiiy (he convaalsaeM of ibis "Carlsbad id America," that It is rspldly becuuilug Ute vJleeea," not' only lor Invalids, but for pluasur seek ers as well. Toe "Burllugovuitoute" reaobea there lu a day aug a half: from MfLuui. fuilmau sieopvrs'jiad Iroe rbaii-.vars ouiraiu -So. la uu luUaoula auuiioui uuooiu irye uuatr vara auj , v.f:,?.t?.iY ielers run turoujjtt 10 Uia aprluge,-. : . ,,alPwH Forlurtberlhtortuauon, cad vu tatf' MyS1hm " Burilugtuu itoute" gor,, ot saoreas ", D. O. ivaa. U. 1. aud A'. A.. tKLooU. VT5 mJ 3K6 . Man of buaineM ability to. travel Hiiu'atlou pefiaiO)eC;-?''