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EMOtr nrmr. xrraarmnr Mft.", 5 D T1 tbothday kyxswoy AT jTterd al(k PofloJlM at JtJJtnon City Jfo., at tMond .but matter. 'XrSerlti, Ju.7,l90.) is MIMiOSI t.V rAClflO K. H. TIMS TABLE C1IAKOE OV TIME. STK5TWABD. lT 1,Dt Express.. Arrives J2sM p.m. Leaves 1:03 p.m. Ho. 8, Night Express Arrives MMS . m LoavesW.45tt.nl. M.. t. Lecl PssseuKer. Arrlve:25 &L.tni Leaves 13:4Up.m. 1 "'V Bvll.i ..rrlp nuienfftjrs.Leave 10:00 . Ul. BASTWAJUJ. ST. l,Py Express.... Arrives 2.35 p.m Loaves 2:50 p.m. Xo. 4, Day Express. Arrives 0:15. p. m. Leaves C:30 p. m. , Ho. , Local rassenfter, Ariives 13140 p.m. Leaves 1:10 p. m. He. I, K. O.Express!Arrlves 2.31 a.m. ' ' Loaves 2:31 a. m. . Freight, carries passengers. Leaves 3 :45 p.m. A Wo; 134, freight, carries pass vXt Mrs to 0g only, 8:15 a. m. fUMCical passenger trains 5 and 8 run De- twMs' It. Louts and Kansas City. K, l.tsi throojh slt.p.rs to Jeplln, Mo. Via ritusnl illll roDtt. . irrit rtollolni cbtlr cms on all tliroajh iranu. LEBAMOM BUAHCir. Mo. 1U ) J.ff.rson Cltj it .W m. AnlTtt t Dsgnell at 1S.I0 a. ra. X0.1U lrU JUimll at ,....l.t0a.m. Arrives at Jefferson City 3.30 p. m . JOUH J. CHUECU, Ajjt. " NORTH JEFFERSON , MO. II., K. t T. TIMS TABLE. CBAMOE Or TIME NORTH JEFFERSON. EASTUOUND. JIo t passenger errlvee UWp. m. Departs H p. m. N passenger (KMy Oyer) Bopsrts J 09 a. m No.-M .locul freight airlyes IMp.m. depute J .65 p.m. WEST1IOUNB. Mo,lp...ong.ra,,lT.., .;-: . s psssenger (Kity flyer) d.part. a.m. , eloeal rr..gr.t arrive. ; Nos 5 and 0 are fast tralus and do not atop at depot, but Hop at O. & A., cross Ini. one-Ualt mile east ol North Jeffer- and St. Louis and Frank lin Junntlon. Nos. 03 and 04 carry 'iBasaonirers, wnen proviaea wuu oij;;w, and only run. between SedaJ a.and Mo kane. Forlurtber Information call on "addreM JAMES BA3KKR, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent, sc. J.or.iB, wo, Ma. no, Itf Mn. and only stop at 1 1 SStLii. A. crossing. Mokano, V i?'f-ctlarles, between Bt. ho J. I. COSS, Jefferson. Local Agent, North v Bay Parasols from Goo. Forth. Grace Church. y A new jector has been secured " , for Grace Episcopal church. The Bev. Georgo L. Neldo with his wife att daughter arrived last week and h preached hk first sermon on Sun day last. Mr. Neide has been until recently In the state of Mississippi. HU congregation feel highly pleased witn mm a"a D0 "Ul "D "uw' excellent work in the parish. do Our Public Schools. 11 T'le Jofferen oily publio sohools s '.ir.; . following notice has been in "the ball of the High building by- superintendent The posted school White: ' Pinal examinations will begin on May IK Oral examinations May 25 to 28. Declamatory contest May 22 and 20. ""IiUorary programs in all rooms May 20 from 1:80 to 3:25 p. m. Gradnating exercises May 20. Alumni banquet, May 30, Jefferson City Is under many obligations tothe newspapers of Mis souri who have ao generously adver tised Its bridge opening on May 21st. A great many people will be present ucklen'c Arnica Salve- 'Tbo best salve In the woild fer eats, nitses, aorest.olcers, salt rheum fevor, . - - 1. . 1.UKlln SVrfS, IstHdt VUBI'pcu UOUU9, vuuuiniua, tanrf all akin flrnnUanl. and noalt- , cbapped bands II sklu ernDileni lvelyjrures plls,or,n pay required. iS.ils sfuaranteed to live iterfeot satlslactlou t- " . . - rorsaie uy A. uranaenpereer. BBBSV"'?!!?! J- .. - ... ...... iv nonce, or l'lnw Beiutuocnt. kV.iKollce l hereby given that the tin- &tjkrIgiied, Margarttha Loeach, ad. rialBlsuaUli of tie estate of John K, fcfMScn,' aeieasea, will maitu nnai fr&l&WaSihnirnl'dt hia accounts With said ftp3ffit'-j,'..rr..-' :- t. ..i.i,.,..iL .... &Z&lnium', of the Probate court of feyCele.o'uiilv. Sllseouil. to b holden 'S,H'"','f,1 Cliy.'Jq said CQunty, on i'MXmr'mK k iMAM AKKTUA 'LoESOir. The bridge oelebratIo An nmensei Crowd Will Bi In Jef ferson City May 21 Arrange ments Being Made. Thnrsday,' May 21, will be a great day for Jefferson City, It will bo the dedication of bor great steel onage across tne Missouri river, and the event 'promises to bring to gether the biggist crowd of people that over, assembled at the capital of Missouri. The program has not been com pleted in all details yet, bnt it has progressed far enough to show that it will be very attractive, and that the visitors to Jefferson City will be ful ly entertained. Gov. Vm. J. Stone, Maj. John Ii. Bittinger of the St. Joseph Herald, Judge John A. Hockeday of' Foltffb, Gen. Odon Guitar and Mayor Edwin Silver will bo the speakers', The bridge and the city will be decorated and a holiday will be declared. It will be a gala day for Jefferson.City. The mooting of tho Missouri State Band Association will occur at tho same time, and twenty-five of the best bands In Missouri will be hero at that time. Col. James L. Pace has announced that he will not be a candidate for ?tnto auditor. The ollllclttl dutleB will prevent tho colonel trim giving the attention to the campaign that would be required. He will soon commenco work on a cell building CO X 200 feet containing' when completed, six Hers of cells In- height, equipped with all modern appliances and san itary devices. The colonel has made an excellent official and has devoted himself entirely to tho business of warden. Ills' close attentien and careful thought has done more for the penitentiary than the work.of the last three or four wardens. County Court, The county court transacted the following bunness Monday; The dramshop licence ef K. J., Mil ler was. approve. Elghty-'twp dollars was appropri ates! for repairing the Tuscumbla road, beginning at tbo farm of Frank Se bring, a like amount having been subscribed by the citizens' for that purpose. Tho tax levy for lfe'JC was fixed as follows! State tax (revenue, 1G cents; In. tcrest, 10 cents,) 2fi. cents on the 8100 assessed valuation. County tax (county revenue, 25 cent? j county interest, 5 cents s county sinking fund, 5 coats; court house bond Interest fund, fi cents : court house bond sinking fund, 5 cents,) -making 45 cents on the 8100 assessed valuation. County road tax, 20 cants on the 8100 assessed valuation, making a total for county purposes of 05 cents on the 8100 assessed valuation and n total of 90 cents on the 8100 as- j iipil valuation all niirnoscs . State and county tax on manu facturers and merchants' licenses statements nboyo stato and county levy. ' Coroner J. F. Son filed his state ment of tho inquest on the body ef Nick Ltnhardt. Tho total cost for holding the inquest is 833.10, which will be paid out of Mr. Llnhardt's estate. The court adjourned until 0 o'clock today. Free Pills. A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man . Are you Bilious, Constipated or troubled with Jaundice, Sick Head ache, Bad Taste in Mouth, Foul Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hot Dry- Skin, Pain in Tl - . 1. .1 T) .. . . 1-- I UHUft mm uchticDii lira ouuuiuers, Chills and Fever, &c. If you have any of these symptoms, your Liver Is out oi order ana your moon is Do ing slowly poisoned, because your Liver does not act properly. " Her bine " will cure any disorder of the Liver, Stomach or Bowels. It has no equal as a Liver Medicine. Free trial bottles at Brandeuberger's. Send your address to II . E. Buck Ion & Co., Chicago, and get a free I sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial win convince you or their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For malaria and liver troubles thoy havo been proved in valuable. They do not weaken in their ac'ion but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly Invigor the system. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every dele terious substanco and to be purely vegetable. Regular size 25 cts per box. Soid by A. Brandcnbcrgcr. Cspt. Kay, formely of the J. W. Spencer, has secured 'alb necessary machinery for drcgingjsand on the Missruri river. The Missouri river affords the very best building sand that can be found and Mr. Kay will no doubt make a success of his now enterprise Bockrath Boot and Shoe Co. .This company commences manu facturing next Monday morning. It Is composed of tho most reliable men. II. Bockrath is president, G II.. Schulte vice-president, J. II Bockrath secretary and treasurer, and II. Loedler managar. Wills Probated. The will of Dr. M. A. Duhlap of Ceutertown was admitcd to probate laatj week ; also tho will of Ehrhardl Sshleuter. Marvelous Results. From a letter by Rev. J. Gunder man, of Dimondale, Mich. , we are permitted to make this extract "I have uo hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery as the te suits were almost marvelous in the oaso of my wife. While brought down with Pneumonia succeeded La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little Interruption and It seemed oa If she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Dis covery ; it was quick In ita work and highly satisfactory In results." Trial bottles free at A. Brandenberger's Drug store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00 THE LAKE RESORTS OF THE NORTH Are best reached by the BUR LINGTON ROUTE. Dally trains St. Louis, Kansas pity and St. Jo seph, to St. Pa'ul and' Minneapolis, making connections for Spirit Lake, Minnetonka, White Bear Lake, Du luth, etc. Consult Ticket Agent. h. IF. WAKELY, G. P. A., mljt St. Louis, Mo. Miss Jassie Crandall, daughter of Frank Crandall, and Mr. Win, Goetz were united in marriage Tuesday evening. It May Do as Much for You. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irvinjr, Ills, writes that, he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also- that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called Kidney cures bnt wilhuut good result. About a year ago he began the use of Electrio Hitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters Is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney ami Liver troubles and often gives almost Instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price 50 cents for large Jiottle At A. Dran denberger's drug store. For fine tailoring go to G. P. Rossman, 202 Ecast High street, and you will get perfect satisfaction. He Is an up-to-date tailor, and guaran tees his work In Ed. McKcnzic's third confes sion he says he committed the horri ble deed of killing Nick Linhardt all by himself. YELLOWSTONE PARK AMERICA'S'WOIfDEBLAND Readied by the BURLINGTON ROUTE In less than 48 ho lira from the Missouri river tho shortest line by 200 mlle. Write fur Illustrated pamphlet or descriptive booklet of Personally Conducted Tours L. W. WAKELEY, G, P. A., mljyl St, Louis, fo. i1 "ATr t Z Xlj T Wo would llko to look into Ih pleasant fau of some ou who has never had any derangement of the digestive organs. We sea tho drawn and unhappy faces of dyspeptics in every walk of llfo. It is our na tlonal disease, and nearly all com plaints spriug from this source. Re move the stomach trouble and the work Is done". Dyspeptics and pain, thin people are literally starving, becaiue they don't digest their food. Consump tion never develops in pcoplo of ro bust and normal digestion. Correct the wastfng and loss of flesh arid we cure the disease. Do this with food. The Shaker Digestive Cordial con tains already digested food and is a digester of food at the same time. Its effects are felt at once. Get a pampbelt of your druggist and learn about it. LAXOL is Castor Oil made as sweet as honey by a new "process . Children like It. - That-ia Whit Sedalf'a Nourished in the Late Convention, This is from the Plotto City Landmark: "The Sedtilia pcoplo nourished a boomerang in the late convention held at that place, The accommo dations were "simply miserable. Two email hotels, nolther one of which were larger than those nt Platte City, were nil that tho city could afford. Wo tried to sleep on the damp Hour of tho Kaiser houso on a pallet consisting of n hard shuck mnttross nnd greasy pillows without any slips. This outfit was covered with a sheet, and on the sheet was a Bmoll comfort Wo dinod out wherever wo could got something to eat- This was the fare served to hundreds of victims. Another Prizo .Word Contest. On account of tne great success of the last Contest offered by Ladrcs Every Saturday, the publishers have, at the request of many of their read ers, decided to offer another, and will pay 820 In gold to the person able to take the letters contained in L-A D.I-E-8 W-B-E-K-L-Y ana construct the largest number of words therefrom without hsing any' letter in any pnu word more times than it is contained In L-A1M'E-S W-E-E-K-L-Y. For example: Is, lad, sleek, cto. 815 will he paid for the second best list; 810 for the third best list, ami 85 for ench of (ho five next hest- llile reoeiveil. by them before May 25th. 100 other valbahle rewards wll) be given in order' o'f merit. Any one sending a fair sized, list Is sure of consolation ro IV Arete A Fide Safety .Blwcle (either girl's or boy)' wlll .be glyeii (or best list received froa any one: under 17 year of ,'gV '(Age. mils be wrlh Vert ortX'Uo'count for th jijlze.) , . Kuc)6e ijjrce.tw.d-jcriif itauipii for a sampie copy m iuia,ponnar .weeny lor ; lames auti nirn containing mil ISallard's Snow Liniment. Mrs. ifamllton, Cambridge, Ills , says. I had the rheumatism so bad I could not raise my hand to my head. Ballard's snow liniment has entirely cured me, I take pleasure I.. In(ln , nnlehbOM and friends what it has done -for me. OBas. Ilandley, clerk for Lay f' Ly man, Kewnncu, Ills., udvisco us that 8now Liniment cured him of Rheu matism. Why. not try it? It will surely do you good. It cures all Inflammation, Wounds, Sorc-i, Cuts, Sprains, etc. Sold by A. Brandcn bcrgcr. PROBATE COURT DOCKET. Mat Teum, 1806. Monday, Slay 11, 1890. Verslucs, Henry, estate ; Tliercsia Vcrslucs, executrix. Bitter, Anna M., estate; Chas. Bitter; administrator. Bode, Henry, estate; Elizabeth Bode, administratrix. Kochlcr, Fritz, estate; Gottl'db Zngmcler. executor. ' Tuesday, May 12, 189G. Loesch, John K estate ; Margaret Locsch, administratrix. Dwlght, Isanc, estate; Krank A, D wight, executor. Barth, Fred, estate; Joseph Flick, administrator. Sclmlir, Chas. It., estate; Anna Snhuhr, administratrix. Wednesday, Mny 13, 18HC. Vogcl, Conrad, estate; Verena Vogel, executrix . Enlne, Benjamin S., estate; Win. S. Stark nnd J. E. Wiser, admiuis-. trators. Hisses, John T., estate ; Gertrude Bit-gcs, administratrix. Wochrer, Martin, estate ; John G. Strobel, administrator. Thursday, Mny M, 181JG. Hess, l'hillipp, estate: John Phil ipp IU-33, executor. Sielienech, Anton, estate; Cather ine Sicbenech, administratrix. Robhen, John B., estate; F.W. Roer, administrator. Deilz. John George, estate; John Gottlieb Deitz, administrator. Friday, May 15, 189(1. Crandall, Flovd, estnle; John E. Gannon, administrator with will an nexed. Briicmer, Albert, estate; Herman Sinning, administrator. Reiclmnn, Carl, estcte; John E. Garman, public administrator. Campbell, A. A., estate; James K. Simmons, administrator. Saturday, May 10, 1890. Itlner heirs, minors; Henry G. Inner, cunit-r. Tollman, John E.; Peter Tollman, guardian and curator. Droeger, Maggie, minor; John l'uslita, guardian and curator. Nieniilier, Frank nnd Ben, minors, J Ferdinand Neiuuber, guardian and curator. Monday, May 18, 1890. Kramp, Louis, minor; Amelia Kinnip, guardian and curator. Vogel heirs, minors; Philipp Ott, curfitor. Sehnefer, Nicholas, minor; Henry Hofinnn, guardian and curator. Scars, K. W., minor; Oscar G. llnrcli, curnior. Fowler, P. P., heirs, minors; G. O. Fowler, curator. Tuesday, May 19, 189C. .Dvrkum, Emilia S., minor; Bc,n Dciktim, guardian and curnior. Koehler, Nick, Insane ; .Henry Schubert, curator. Elstnn, Elias, hair, minors; Geo. Loach", guardian and curator. Lnhiuan, Edgar, minor; Louisa l.olitniui, gunrdiin and. curator. JOHN J. SUMMER, ' Judge of Probate Court. Homo Seekers Excursion Cheap Rates via Burlington Route, On April 7lh, and 21t, and Miy 5th, the BURLINGTON ROUTE will sill ilekels at very i-w rates In paint's n Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota and other1 teiri turv. Atk vmir tiiket agent. L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. .a7maylA City Council. At"a meeting of the City Council held on Wednesday night last, the council decided to issue 81O,C00 of street improvement bonds that were authorized at the last city election. The CityEnglnecr was Instructed to fix a grade on East High street and on Ashley street for sidewalks. Councilman Stclnlngcr Introduced a resolution to rescind an ordiancc making tho Street Commissioner assistant wcighmastcr and allowing him 825 per month . The resolution was lost by a vote of G to 2, only Porth and Stclnlngcr voting for it. It is feared that all of the Fall Rivc.r, Mass., calico mills will have to shut down. Reason, Inability to ran profitably under present tariff laws. Great Britain would doubtless gladly give that twenty million surplus for four ycirs moro of Gro vcr nnd the Democratic tariff. Execulor's-Notce. Notloe is hereby given that leltt rs to testamentary on the estate of John W, Meyer, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on tho 13th day of March, 189.G, by tho Probato court of Colo couniyT Missouri, All persons having claims agatust said estate, are required to exhibit;- them for allowance to. the executors within ope year, nftcr the date of eald let ters, or they may be precludor from any benefit, of such estate; and If such claims be not 'exhibited within two yeanfso?ili date, ef this pUQIIOOM ,brr,edj There Ms' a difference of opinion "w,A.i.i3.liqnr Jim ftl)j iho.Appel latodlvWcn nftho N. Y. Supreme Court as,to the conslituuu...... the Raines law. Secretary Carlisle did a very creditable thing when he refused to bo drawn Into a controversy with Gnv; AUgeld, who is better known as an anarchist than as a financier. That Eitreme tired feeling afflictn nearly every body at this season. The huatlera ceaao to push, the tireless grow weary, tho ener getic become enervated. You know Just what wo mean. Some men and women endeavor temporarily to overcome that Tired Feeling by great force of will. Hut this Is unsafe, as It pulls powerfully upon tho nervous nytem, which will not long Btand auch strain. Too many people "uorkon thelrnerves," and the renult Is seen In un fortunate wrecks marked "nervous pros tration," In every direction, That tired Feel- lng Is a positive proof of thin, weak, Im pure blood; for, If tbo blood Is rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, It Imparts Ufe".nd energy to every nerve, organ and tissue of tho body. Tho necessity of taking llnol's Sarsaparllla for that tired feeling Is, therefore, apparent to every one, and the good It will do you la equally beyond question. I'.emcmber that Hood's o w. , : 1 1 n Is the (Inc Tnif Ulooil 1'urlBer. All drnreisti. fl. Prepared only liy C. I. llood&Co., Lowell, Mass. feyi'lhall be forever ra'.Meyrr i.ia,fuuK Hood Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, H5R; CREAM P0WI MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. BUI Taylor was hung at Carrolton on Thursday last. Gov. Stone refused to commute his sentence-anil tho law took its course. There is entirely too much clemency shown tovyards the perpetrators of crime. A very interesting game of Imse hall was played ut Sportsman's park on Sunday between the Jeff. Cilys and St I.ntiis. The score stood .) to 8 in favor of tho Jeff. City. The newly mndo land across tlie river on the Callaway side, was sold Tuesday at Fulton by the County Court of Callaway County. The Jefferson City. Bridgo Company bought about fifty-eight acres, and Farmer & McDonald of Cedar City about eighty-five acres. Others claim a part of this land under the right of accretion. The question of tli c county's rights will be tested in the courts. Make Your Feet Glad. PROTECTION IS IN Selz Foyal Blue $4.00 Shoe It keeps your foot warm and dry. Stylish and durable, too. Mado by Belt, Schwab & Co., Chicago Largest iboo makers In tbo United 8tati Sold by All Dealers. HUMPHREYS' SPECIFICS-ore scientifically prepared Remedies; have been used for half a century with entire success. . Hpmnr ion l-lYrer, Conge tiona, Inflammation. S-Wonn, WormFeux, Worm Colic... 3Ti-rlhlnff, CoIIcCrjtDfr.AVakofulncss t-PIarrltcM, or Children or Adulti 7 ('MUttlia. CoU, BrouchltU...., 8- Acuralcla, Toothache, Facoachp...,. 0-licadarIiot) Sick Ileadaclir. Vertigo, 10- I) tJt-imln, CIUoubdcm, Constipation 11- MipprcMfil or Painful 1'crloda.... 12- WhUn, Too Profuse 1'crkxU lil-Cronp, Lanncltf. Ilcwirw na 1 l-hult Itlit'Uitit Krytljielas, Kruptlutii. la-llliruitialUin, orlthcumntld Tulua., ,10-MnIarla, Chilli, Fever and Afrue 10-Catorrh. Iuflucnza, Cold Ja thellwxd 20-U'hoopIiic Copcb, U7-Kldny Diirain, H-!rrvo.is Ilrbllltv 30- L'tlnary Weak unit 3 1- Wore Thro 1 1 Quioy, Diphtheria.... "77" for GRIP. !.. ut i far It., Miir I Maiirlvil i. rrpl lit, II. it ! nnly, MK1'4t.tllUrHflltildllH tTU HlirilHkl(l)ltD,t'a,lU4 lllHllllMBi.lw Vrk. SOUTH oni wv TiOKara ana oots At H Cents a Mile l ''iOUI.Vlkkk . HASMVIli. To loalfldu.Uon the First Tucsdar,iid oi Kren or more on me i oira TutKisy of tMh month, to nutly all B)lts Ta the Bonth land on spedtt dates (cnrsUm Tickets re sotd a litUe swre Uun One Vara for the round trio. Foe fall iaforniatloa write to GEO. B.'HOSiEi, Dif.PiJJ. AjX.Etitlll, Ml. c. ?. itiBii, mim. iiu unumii, u. SENT FREE. WWUtetCotHitj'Uapof the 8onlh to either of the abort nimed gentlemen, f-llHV Home Seekers ICxcursion Cheap Hates via Burlington Route. On April 21st and May 5th, the BUHMNGTON HOl."lK will sell tickets at very low rates to points In Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota and other territory. Ask your ticket agent. L. V. WAKKLKY. G. 1'. A n21 St. Louis, Mo. To California via Burlington Koiito. Vcslihiiicd Traius to Denver; Through connecting sleepers to San F rancisco. Scenic Colorada, 1)8 de grees sunshine, returning via 1'uget Sound, Yellowstone l'atk, Hillings. Custer Battlefield, Hot Springs, Black Hills. Every desirable featuro 'en route on ne ticket. Consult Ticket Agent. L. V. AVAKKLY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. TO THK GOI.DF1KI.DS OF 1TIK AVEST VIA BUltLINGTON IIOUTK. A fust thrmigh vestilmlrd train daily to Denver making direct con nections for Cltll'H,K CHEEK, Col. ; also fast daily trains to the gold fields of MONTANA and the Black Hills -200uis shortest line fiom Missouri river. Ask your agont for information about tho Buillngton route. L.'AV. AVAKELEY, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. Spring Trip South. On April 7 and 21, nnd May 5, tickets will be sold from piir.cipal cities, towns and villages of the north, to all points on the Louisville & Nabbvillo llailroad in Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida and a portion of Kentucky, nt one single fare for the round trip. Tickets will bc'go.d to return within 21 days, on p aynicnt of $2 to ngi'iit nt destinn. tion, und ill allow xlnp-nvt r at nn point on the ton th bound tiip. Ask your ticket agi nt about it, and if lie cannot sell you excursion tickets write to O. P. Atmore, General Pas senger Agent, Louisville, Ky, The Discovery Saved Ills Life. Mr. U. Caillozctte, druggist, lleav ersvllle III,, says "to Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. AVns taken wttli la grippe und tried all the phys icians for miles about, but of no avail and whs given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery In my store I sept for a bottle and began Its use and from the first dose bagan to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It Is worth its weight In gold, AYe won't, keep storo or houio without it." Get a free trial bottle Sold, by A. Dtaadeaberger. 4 . e - . dill IP DiY Goods COMPANY, SUCCESSOltS TO R. DALLMEYER, Now oponed for business nt tho old slnnd with BAltGAINS in overy department. A'o havo a grent deal of surplus stock, many Jobs uud Itein uunts, which will bo SOLD AT YOUR OWN PRICE. In order to mnko room for new goods. NEW SPRING GOODS Are coming in every day. GIVE US A CALL. R. Dallm$yer DryjGoods Co. e.r7 Madison St. DANIEL GUNDELFINGER, DEALER IN STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE, - CUTLERY, ETC. The moot complete stock In Central Missouri of the bent and cheapest Hani ware, rinvtare, Stoics, Cutlery, etc. ExcluaUe agents (or the celebrated Wire Qauzo JharterO.ik Btoe and Quick Meil Gasoline Stoves. Door Fratiu's, Window l'ramt,.") Wire Screens, Weather Strips, Spring Hinges, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, etc., a specialty. Tin Hue dug, Spouting and -lobbing ol all kinds given prompt attention. No, 123 East High Street. ACOB MORUSCH15L. FRANZ MOUUSCULL. ANDUUW MOiUWCUEL CAPITOL BREWING GO. CORPORATION, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Brewers, Malsters Bottlers All Orders Given Prompt Attention. SOO.OOO.OO. Exchange Bank, JEFFKItSON, CITY, MO. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, - $60,000.00. n. O. Ewinq, President, W. Q, Dallmeyeh, Cashier, W. A. Dallubyeb, Afslstaut Cashier. Does general bflnkins b'islnoss, bay and sell Domosiio aQil Foreign fcJxcLttiiK'. Furalljes letters of latroiluctioo and credit to Its vart ous correspondents, Always has monv to loan Its customer. Allows Interest on tlmj (Je03lts, by ojfreeraeur, un.l deals In (Jut crument, Sta e, Co'nty, Munlclprtl Itoud snJ IHgU Grade Securltfea. Collections made u Euruyen oltlos direct fii Southwest )SP SYSTEM. ConDeclicg the Commercial Centres and rich farms ct MISSOURI, The Broad Corn and Whoat Fields and Thriving Towns of KANSAS, The Tcrtllc Itlvc-r Valleys and Trado Centres ol NEBRASKA, The C rand. Picturesque and Euclianting Scen ery, and tho Famous Minini; lllblncls ot COLORADO, Tbo AKricollural, Fruit, Mineral and Timber Jjinds, and Famous Hot tijinngs of ARKANSAS, The Beantifal rtollina; Prairies and Wood lands ot the INDIAN TERRITORY, The Sngnr Plantations of LOUISIANA, The Cotton and Grain Fields, the Cattlu Ranges and Wlntor Itesorls of TEXAS, Historical and Scenlo OLD AND NEW MEXICO, And forms with Its Connections the Popnla Winter Uoule to ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA, For full detortptlvo and lllaitrated pamphlet of nr of ta bov Bute, or Hot tiprlngi, Ark, San AntoDlo, Texu, tod Mexico. ddri Company' Agnu or II. C, TOWKSEKDf TiftiruiunrsTitAioat. ST. LOCIS. mo. CaTCktq.andTride-Markaobttlned.snd ill TaOI em Dusmess conajciea ior moderate fek. Our Orncc is Opposite U.S. Patsnt Offics remote Irim ithineion. J beiul njodel, diawuig or rst.. with decripHj J lion. C 11 paieniaDic or nw, hw w 4 ctaarse. Our (ce not due till patent ii cured, f J cost of itia 9 in tM U.S. tadfortisacouotrkfi ftscr.tficc. Addicts, opp. patent crnct, Washington, b. u WWW WV V kVt SOLID TIUtOUGH TKAINS St, Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, ST. JOSKl'II, DKXVER. St. Paul and Minneapolis, WITH DINING CAUS, VKSTI UULKI) DHAWING KOO.U SLEIU'ING CAHS,- HKCI.INING CIIAIHS, (SKATS FREK.) Only One Change of Cars t. Iho ATLANTIC or i'ACIFIC COASTS BEST LINE For Nclira lei til tn ! i Muny Hours Quickest Time DENVER & COLORADO POINT L. AV. WAKKLEV, Gen, Passenger Agt., St. Louie, Mo. THEODORE TAMER. Farm and Esclilne Ejpjlr Slops BRASS OiSilMIS TO OUPEB aire n a call (or urn Icing In qui line. 6atlafctlon Riii.-nteeci. Shops on Jvffersnu street, betwcoa bunkUn rtnd AbI.Ij-v HomeseekertS Excursion. On April 7 mid 21 nnd May 5 tho Missouri, Kimsns and Texas rail-, way company will soil tickets at very low rates to points in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. For particular address A. C. Minor, Sednlia, Mo. Ladies Model. S85. Gent's Model, $85 L $100 MADE FROM THE FINEST OF MATERIALS AND BY Q EXPERT MECHANICS. f! TOOL STEEL BEARINGS DEOP FORGING CONNECTIONS THROUGHOUT H A Few More Agents Wanted Send for Catalogue and Terms Manubeturtd ky GLADIATOR CYCLE WORKStfW 109 to 115 W, 14th St., CHICAGO Branches! New York, Washington, Denver, Minneapolis, Cincinnati New Orleani. San Franrlm-r, t:ifi?y S.