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KUIDAV. AUUI ST 10.1887.
Tin Wsrilon of thn state jicnltcn
tiary, U. W. MumsilukF, it fvrnllj
mmliixiPil in arnna quarters an a can
didate for Stale Treasurer.
The company nrpfanixoil tolmro for
gaa nr ooal at Carthage, Missouri, art
real, fur work, ami the contract to
bore a hole SIMM) fort deep hat been
lot to Col. Hicliard Kilter of Seila
lia, who i represented as a reliaMo
tnan, both rrsiKinsilile anj expert
nnced. Kichmtmd slioiildhare some
thing ot tho kind tried to we what
kin J of wraith there it hidden be
neath the titr.
The groat reformer, mugwump and
growler generally, Uoero William
Curtis of New York, recently made
tpceeb before the reform league in
that city, in which he placet bimsel!
Kiuarcly on the fence on the pr siden
tial question, and if either the demo
crata or rcpulilicana want him they
will havo to hold out tho ticeeatary
inducement. Mr. Clcvvlaud'a fiiendt
can note thia fact.
The atate convention of the Knights
of Lalor at Sedalia, voted down the
resolution demanding the repeal of
tbo taxea ou whisky and tobacco
The order bad liefuro repudiated an
archuin and socialism, but thit last
little play of repudiating a pet re
publican acheine, while very com
Dieudnl'k', is hardly in keeping with
the action of the order i:i Kithnioud
in joining ihiir forces, v an action
of their lodge, iih the repuhlicau
and eorchoad democrats on a local
Far battles are the latest ."Ut
Como of the laud that produced tl;e
CL'kbratcd wooden nutmegs. Hat the
company that makes these buitlt-s it
cutting it own throat, in one aensf
for it advertises its goods as unbioak
able. Imagine yourself burling a
utupid paper concern at two it j nail
ing eat. They would turu up their
Hum at uch mifcoile and q jarrel
all tho moro for the bocor of present
ing thcthii:g,twitb louJ(,riKiuawks to
tbo tabby of their affections. J5at in
tbo other eeufre, there it ft fortutip
awaiting tbc company. For iniume
in probibiton stales and local option
counttee, the article wiil be used in
tbc place of j'tgs, being o ootive
Dieut to fill tbew noubreakable paper
buttles with the ardent and pack in
boxes or barrel for hipmedt, Ye
the manufacturer baa struck a tide
that will lead on to fortune Look
Out for the nicely decorated papw
bottle in Kay county, lu ouui-ie ia
A beauty to behold, but iU inner re
cesacimay contain the deadly Apple
When fleeing from the intense sun to
the shade and the water pail, remem-
fjdtbful work horae, not less to
Water than to rest in the shade. It is
cruel in abot wetber to work a horse
from early moraing tilt noon without
water, or from noon till night without
at least one drink of water between.
asks a ttot, Tr Jaws The
The quiet girl never wears high col
ors ou the street ; you do not see her
flaunting lu briHUnt pUiJi when they
happen to be the style; wheu high Lata
are -in she does not pile hers so bigi
that it sweeps the cobwebs from Uie
aky ; she does not wear au exonerated
bang when the bang is lu vogue, nor
the biggest bustle in town, uur the
longest train to hex tea-gown, nor the
greatest number oi bangles wuen
bans lea reign. But because sbe does
not chatter, and giggle, aud make her
self conspicuous in at juatliaeea. does
not anuouuee her convictions on ail
occasions and all subjects, aud profess
her admiration at every bauds turn.
It must nut be supposed that she baa
no ideas, or couviciumj!,ur eutbusaisna
that sbe moves along like a ur in the
heavens, which obeys tue laws of grar
lt&Uon without selecting its course oi
objecting to its orbit. &he is quiet be
cause she has no power to make her
self heard, to change her conditions, or
because she is maturing tbat pjwer.
In the meanwhile it is the quit girl
Who marries earliest, who makes the
beat match, who till the ulcbes vacant
Who manages the servants, ruui tht
sewing macbu?, remembers the birui
days, often kes ILe wolf f rum the
door. Harper's Huztr.
Ptoplc Dsnanl Prstsetioa.-Patent sttfclnei
Mhataretbcyy As a general thing
tbey are piescriptiuns having beeu
used with great success by old aud well
read physicians. Thousands of inval
ids have been unexpectedly cured b
their use, and tbev are the wonder and
dread ot J'byalcUna aud Medical Col
leges In the V. & i so much so, that
Physician graduating at Medical Col
leges are required to discountenance
Proprietary Medicines, as through
them the country doctor loses his most
prod table practice. As a manufactur
er of Proprietary Medicines, Dr. ti. ti.
irfeen, of Wucdbury, N.J, advocates
sxtost cordially, iu order to prevent
(be risk that the sick aud mMtcied are
liable to almost daily by the use of
3'atenl Medulnes put out by inexperi
enced persons for aggtandufuient
only, and the employment of inexperi
enced aud incompetent' dtwtois b)
rhich almost every village and town
M cuised; aud mtn claiming to lie doc
tors ho bd better te uudertAkers,
experimenting with their patients aud
Tubbing them of their money aud
ialtb. fur the good of tbe afflicted
tbat our government protect its peo
ple by making laws to legulaM th
practice of medicine by better experi
enced and more thoroughly educated
1'bTS'dans, and thereby kwp up the
honor and credit ot the profeioo,aUo
iorm uvm for the recording of rHcipii
of 1'roprieUry Medicines, under ei
suuiuation and decision of experienced
aJbemista aud Physicians sppointed for
tbat purpose by the tiovernment, be
fore tbey are licejised for general use
i would most frwly plaoe the recipe
at Jiochee's tiermau byrupand Green's
August P lower under such U , bad
ba the poper protection, and thereby
sere the piejudicaof the people, and
Avoid the oompelttion and imitation ot
wortiilees medic tneftCopled trU the
LcfJ Mali, Aug. I, It;.
The Vlnr of the 1 :yea.
Oeurrallr .peakinc. Hue err, .iff.
mm rlmtn ivr a,,., mi .M.ntni.t.
firklr iliitHitMin. I(i.v.-r, thvrv are
t mr iinti-0 fXt'ct'tiniifi to tin nil.
Ihr tii.iin i'lntrirt'riutif ,( t(i vt-
nlet mr, w lii, h In rnllitl the wmiiruin
wo. hit ft(lM-tion nn. inritv, i-hivntric i
U-li.-f.niui limiUNl or .1,1.. ,nt ilul
(irnr f'Vt rr tho Ttn.i fnri,-tivf of
nil ryvn nnl (h-ituto tnttiu intilM of
mind mid mmi1. l'lTtiifl ith irraT
rye tuuallv hir ft grvat deal of -
Sclf-MtUfitrtion ft ml fonr-fit nr
ooninmnly w vhnm drlstir trait
rrprwiitcri liy tbo pn- n t-v. WUvn
tbo tinp' vtTp' oit yellow ivIm,- it
ilrnotfH Ihnt Ibr Hisrir i pittctl
with Mmnp jxiwrr- of iiittiuitiftjioti.
The Very liirlit Muc vv aotrr"
islii- of th- N'orthft-n rrtrt's ntnl in n
woman it nu-pt! rontnny n
truth, sto:iilf:iHt iM9, tmplicitv." rotir
nirn. mill liirMi In a tusn it i
apt to drtiof m ihlcpi),ttir tlt-io-(tition.
Bntwn fy(9 ftrr the cv9 of th
South and Knt find ib-not n a l'"'"
eral rule Aion nnd lack of orig
inality. In worn, n tlit y mean Jc;il
oujy and cruelty vrry often, ami ia
men ooiiracv, nujH,r,t it iuii, and mild
lllueeye it-n;illy iro with litbt hair,
but wh"n they po Willi daik imir and
complexion there in coupled with the
afTeetionat pia)iT)e a tendency t
deceive. mniiilHtol ty an nmbitinn for
conqucM anl h xdiiiji to thepiutiticv
tion of admiration.
Hnxel iff a er-tliflit tilt color to de
termine, there are to many diibrent
arietiea. As a peneral rule eyes of
thin color m pet -ft a phkI deal of
atreuth of character and pcnerally a
wnw of mischief and trickery. A
blne-piay with brotizi MreakA rndi
atinje fntm Ui eutre, cuuiea ut.-arrt
A rtato I a el Arrows the Table.
A few dnvs after the -:ittle of '
tcrlito a A(r. Trevor and a certain
Captain, hile at a die tier party,
quarreled alnmt a Indy. Tne t';ipf:iin
beinc a splendid hit and Trevor 1-
miit hlititl. ttie latter oemnutlea th.it ,
they fire at each other aer a taMe. i
home one eerivtiy Mii-ire-te! that me ; icvt, ami ii.r wn-m tne wurtis are sy
pistols should be loadttl ithoitr lall, t iionyiuon with love and wedding
and thi. was done, 1 he two advcra- i U-ii-t. "Anting the Trnntthnnia
rife, wh't believed their 3;it h.-nr had ' qhs, tH I)puUr Scunc Monthly.
come. wr :i pa'e r. dt-Tth: l".it if I mi
tht'y were a prey t.j tic !i m. ;:!!. i...t
a ninclp tnni!-led. "YVh wiil pivp
tle sipj.-il? o-ki-d tiie (;;'!.vn.
The ptj.:i: b tiiidcrtoi.k p;ve the j
fUirnal. said ;lh tiein'u.iip voi.e:
Kai-e vcur ri-t- :."' 1 :.e mnz!ci
touched t!ie l.re:j- of thy Conil-at.
ants. hen I count tnree, t.rv.
One twn tlini''' Ti:v tirl end
reenib'd from the !ihH-k. "What's tiie
meaning tf tu9" exeiaiajtM 1
C'tmbafante. "Vh' ii- tla
tHiintina t i wuie sword
from tie watt. 11? to..k d-wn two.
measured thent. aud pn.-nrtl one to i
his ad versa rv, ho mMat! iteagwly. 1
Now titer fchall te no tnekefvl he
exclaimed. "Stand off, sir." They
Stood face to face, and tha Matls
glisteneil. The eontet was phoru
One of them miii fi ll it was the Cap
tain. He expired withnt a enmn.
O, my Ginl! exclainutt l revtr.
'What have I done? (this a realitv?
And in terrible deiir he firing him
self upon tho corpse of his rival,
which he shook convulsively, as
tborurh to bring it to life ajjain.
1ucUng iMiyt in the Army.
A WoadcrfoJ Jicovery.
W. M. I-c the well-known fmft-
grower of Tacoma, gives the partieu
birs of a wonderful dim-uvcrv of bones
of euinct animals in fahington
territory which attract the attention of
Stud ems rrf nwnmrt ki'ifry - wna
archaxdogy all over the world. In a
letter to the Ltdjcr from Spokane
I t Ms he says:
'The face of the whole terntorv
shows unmistakable evidence of great
Volcanic upheavals. On my trip tlirouu'n
Bpukane county I stopiied at LaUiit,
and in conversation with Ir. C'oplen
of that place i.gnnling the volcanic
formation of that Motion he inform-!
me tii at be had examined soiio Urro
bono of creat autiuuity. Accompanied
by Iff. Ctfjdea I went to the spring
:here the relic were dug out. It
located on a low strip of springy
prairie. The excavation arouud the
rpring is twelve or Lfift-n feet deep
and thirty or forty acrus- Ti lone
were covered by several distiuul
"The first Layer wa-i ancie-ut peat;
tbeu gravel, "then volcanic abus.
then a laver of care peat.
From this soring were taken no lc.s
extinct birds, and a ea-turt!e. The
dimetuiou of some of the bone of the
larger mammoth were wonderful to
look at. The horns were a sort of tuk
nd protruded from th head Just be
low the eves, extending do n ward
lelcw the jaws partially reding on the
ground, giving support to ihb head,
which is estimated to have weighed s
"The horns were worn a!ty several
Inches deep at tiie bottom of tUv tii n,
or half circle, indicating constant u3
by rubbing on the grouud or rocks.
One of these horns ten f?et and
one inch long, and twenty-four
inches in circumference. It Weighed
15 pound. Oil of the tuki
meauici twelve feet and nine iuchf:i
iu length and twen!y-evin inches
aroumb It weighed pounds. Tne
jaw weighed sixtv-three pound. The
molar ttn-th weighed eiirnieen pounds
each. lHme of the ribs were eight
feet long. The pelvic areh was mx
feet acrofs, and au ordinary man
could walk erect through this opening.
This huge and antique monster wai
eighteen feel and six inches high, and
was estimated to weigh twenty tons."
Tb Itex of the ftataa.
The sex of the devil is no longer ia
doult, at least in the mind of ona
female school-teacher, of whom the
Syracuse Journal teli the following:
There is a young woman tvacaing in
one of the city schools, who, if her
power of peruaion equals her zeal,
will work discord
annihilat mairimnnial pro&jH.-ot.(
ami produce a decidudly beari.h"
ctltH't ou th. luaa iuarkvL If
alte were a doiniuiti at Atitiovrr ,ha
would bv ou trial for hi-rey within a
wtu-k. A fw day, a-;o one of her
liupiU. a .nutHiiiL' uud droning m )iim1.
Loy. uudcriAMik tiie hert-lili-au luOor of
par!!? tlii, wnttnee: -'And ttu? u-il
.hall bf t-hHiuf-l for at)tou.aud yurt."
rJ'u, outlo.k war tiutt 111. hutallie
nia).iy i'iitaiirt..-uiut would oi-nn
before tiie pul'.iliK bll'l.'d. Hut tile
bov tiually irot to the de it, whelu, no
dwuht, all the listening cla. and the
neiuu. ta.-her devouttv wi.hid
hilu. Ia-a-v'l," tie di'awlul, "i. ,
naouo; (jio-o-iier uaouit, third person:
iu)?Ter number; coiuiuou yvn .''
-.St'yj'V i.-iiuied the i-hoolma uiii.
"MmvuHhi! Aluut,! tnasculiMl"
A CouiparlMm Favorable tu Aluertfa.
The amoiiiit auuunily t:jent by the
Kuro:L'an foiit.trit'. to kt--. ui tlt.-ir
armie. and iimi. 1. i'lHl.f n.u.f.
Ti.- amount i.M-nt bv Alut-rii-a in ubmt
in.(i,ti. AthliMjf th.'trfiiii, the
eo.t for war ib lit. aud f-r uiniinii'iit.
t..ji. liier, tl wiil be wn th;it Kuiopo
p:iy i.:i'.i.7tiii.i)ii, and Aiuerh-u i'la..
(..1,1.. l tw-r ultnuiu. Jiow po.il.)) ran
KtllojH' liojie U) hold her own iiuiur.t
her tlaii.-HtlH.it'.i' nvttt win u he hund
icajMi hei'M'lf, in the .trule f,r i.ln
nieieiMl .upl ma. V. Willi the nlnjieiid
on. rliarere of 1..1iU.o.ou p. r aunuiur
An if tlii Wer, not ellotlirh, im eu h
Year tUCJea.intf her buiJt.n. wluiB
America i eitjj Kdusitg btri,-.
the piMolr 1I ii -r i "i ' lve.M and wh.tever could prove, bv
lannea the in. mi arou::. , vin an aocurato ftL.ct,unt of the
pvoi ground hi t.-t-th. "1 .c r-ni- fct,.(, till.H n!PW!ir(t h
i eaM einn-h. said the t aptam. K-. . . .w...rhw .n.l -,;n
Oata anrt Matrimony.
'hp" h 'm "nr,", '
wln-n tho pwolllng tu'a'li of
jnnr for tlir nt art of It In Itanl Mim-I
hut lshnr, thru aloo thr cihhI wlv
In tli vi lift lxifn fo talk of mnttrrp
which have bwii lliig Uurniaut till
n i i ,
V PT JV
Itintnl Ih f.tro tluit sm-lt ami nuc
youth h:td tnwn Keen ntoro than nma
fteppinp in at tho ffate of the red or
preen house in the Ton vilUpn Htreet,
and ttiom than one pmulp had lern
rendy to identify the diteckltnl carna
tion adorning tbe hat of some youth
ful Konrad or Thomaa an havinp lcen
grown in the panlen of a certain An
na or Marin; but, after all, thene had
Int n but mere eonlectuna, for not h
inp Hiiiive citubl hfl known aa yet,
and ill-unturetl i too pie were apt to
einu-de themselves with tho reflection
that St, Katharine'fi daT wna long
way off. and that there a many ft slip
"tw it cup and lip.
Hut now the preat day which will
dispel nil doubt, and put an end to
gnrnnc, 1 approaching that day
which will destroy so ninny illnl
and fulfill so few; for now the sun had
given the lat tuiieh to the ripened
praiu and ffoon the gulden sheaves
are lying piled together on the clean
shoru Muhblo-tieid, only waiting to be
cartful away. Then on evening when
the sun is Milking low on the horixon,
and cloud of dut alone the high
rod announce the approach of the re
turning rattle, a drum t heard In the
village street, and ft voice proclaims
that "to-morrow the oata are to be
fetched home." Like wildlire this
news ha spread throughout the Til-
lai:t; the cry U taken up and reiteateU
from mouth to mouth with various in
tonation of hope, curiosity, anticipa
tion of triumph "To-morrow the outs
will be. teteneU!-
A stranger, no dotild, fails to per
ceive anything particularly thrilling
about this intelligence, having no
reaon to supoe the bringing in oi
oats to Ik? in any way more interesting
than the carting of iMttntoca or wheat
and to the majority of land-owners
the thoupht of to-morrow's work In
chiefly connected wKh dry, prosaic
detail. neh as repairing the harness
ml oiijiiir the cart-wheels: but there
are others in the- villain1 on
announcem nt has an electrifying ef-
The Habit of Heading Faas.
It i plain that the knack of reading
very 1 :it ougni w ue more cultivate!.
It should oe more encouraged in
; Alud, for tho Itcnelit of
hers, the child should be taught to
! read a; ?1mw !vu the Intelligence of
the particular audience In view may
I tfiMii to remiiri: lint nileiitlv and for
j(;owll i,rm.ut, be should learn to read
ahead, should be fas tha
i bovs say) "the best fellow." Azain.
I notice that some people have to
rad anv item or article in a paper
'clear through to see whether it is
anything they want to read; and only
in nnu, ci'iicraiij, ui il ibu u vuo
should Icnrn to tiud out bv the ear
rnark in the tninklii.g of an eye. In
doubtful case this can commonly be
tasted by the end better than by the
beginning. Of course there are many
ca.es not in the l;at doubtful, where
the heading, or the urst sontenco, as
surers you that this is one of those
thinirs that seem intensely interesting
to newpaier writers but are of no
earthly interest to any other bumaa
inte. . QVi ?oKw Mvnwy,
The CroM-Kyed Clerk
During the late C'hristmns holidays
a large nrui in employed as an
ablaut clerk a young mau who was ex
Tue especial ditty aasignel to him
was to act as watchman, . anil
prevent the peculation of all sort of
small fancy articles that were lying
about the counters for exhibition at
One day a half-grown boy came Into
uie store, ana uiter looking arouim,
pricing first one thing and another,
among which were some very nice
socks, ne nuaiiy lUirteu to go out oi
At this moment ttie new olerk
touched him ou the shoulder, and in
virinir him to come to the back part of
the store, said to bjin, politely, "Oblige
me uy giving me ai once ine M.a mm
you nave in your back pocket."
"How do yon know I have any
socks in my back picket?" demanded
the bov. in a bold tone.
"J saw you put them there," said the
ciera, very p'iiuv.
j he boy looKea up into ine young
tou lookinir at me now?" ha asked
earuevtly. "lu you aea rrta this Tery
miuuter' he aked atitl mora earnell.
t)f courms 1 do, replieii the elera.
"(iond f.onl. minterr ' cried tha bov.
with a blanehin face: "hert yZtft
sucks," Aud with a bound he wai out
the back door, over the fence, and
away, havinir learned a lensoli con-
ceruiug alleciiig eyea which it ia to
be hoped he may never forget Lucy
Undtrwood HcCann, in liar per' s.
The l'eful Maguey Plant.
At Ozmnba. where the road bepni
to ili'i.ceiid. we breakanted very well
for &u cent In a rude nhauty, ou epsra,
rice. Iwx'f.teak. three or 'four other
kind of meiit and Htews, aweets, pul
que, and black cntt'ee, aaya Charles
lJu.lley Warner, writing on'jlexico in
Jl'irprr's M'ifjatint. The pubpue it
he.t in thee liijjh reIoni. It I a Via
com milk-white fluid, very wholeaomr
aud iu5tainin. anil would be a mom
arceabie drink if it "tailed good." In
f:ict it tatc. when it Inn been a few
day fermented, Ilka a mixture of but
termilk aud tour cider, hut many
ttranera become very fond (of it
Tao older it growi ,ie mor i,lU,xiclt.
v..' it it. Ai the leH'ler know, proba
bly, it tt drawn from tha majruey
plant, called by u the 'century,
Khi'.'h triow on theso elt ration to a
(treat :ze. and ia the cli anett-limbed
aud mot vioroua and whole.ome
looking iro.lin t of the region. Wlien
it niutme. it thooti tij a ttout tpike ten
or twenty feet high from tho center,
hearing brilliant orange flowers.
When thejilant 1. ready to tap the cen
ter .talk i. cutout, and' the tap collect,
iu the eup tliu formed. It )t dipped
out or aucki-d out by a tube, and when
lir.t drawn i mild, cool, aud refre.h
iue;. In about three day it bcc;ina U
fetinunt. A it i often carried to
market on the back of native in pijr
or goat .kin it gel a dihagreeaole
llaior. The maguey plant ha many
uei. It i eaieu cut up and pre&erved
like melou riinl. It long, tough liber
i u.ed very ent.'iiively in making ropea
and eordae. The end of each leaf
terminal.- in a hard, aharp, black
thoru. Itrcak jA tlii thorn aud atrip
down the libera atln.-hed to it, and you
have a capital needle and thread for
4'our.e wiwing. J'he miiteteei-M u.e it
to mend their middle and broken
harne.a .trap. hat eneom agemuut
i there to iudti.try when nature
fiiini-he, lu one plant drink, food,
n.-ediet and thread aud lop, for
Jealoualy (iuarileil Trade Hccrela.
to frtuilv a uooil
int trade. In thia hind of
the Fun- t;,.d." tle.il!.)! the rejl mo-
cr.i of fh. il ii ft i are j. iihui.ly guurde.1
by the Mi-xieun.i, havinir In-eii linliileil
il-.wii throiii'h .iii-ce.ii e generation
from iiiiliiiu iilici-!.ir who practical
ihi'in teiiiitrie b.-fore the coming uf
fort.-.. Aiii.tnir the in.i.t curioii ia
tin- I'literv-iuakiiig. in which the na
tive 'thrimein,'' or inolder., by a uier,
ttvi.t of tiie hand, a turu of the wrist.
or a twirl of the linger, form tha
yivWing tlaj lu(o th, siUt ah
Women Plogrert Uy the llom.
The editor of the Easter iVom'nee
Berald write, from Port Ellanlieth call
in; attention to Doer brutality in the
Transvaal. The accuracy ol tha ao
count ia vouched fori
My namo ia Hnra. I am alxint St
year of aire. On Monday lnt 1 waa
Uncharged from the 1'rntorla Jnli. after
being imprisoned for two month.. I
waa Aent to prlaon )HHaine 1 waa aniil to
have been IniiHidciitto white woman.
I waa not impudent, but, Mr. 1.
aald that I bad cnllced the girl Knchcl
to run away. Tho fleldcornet came
wllh black constable and aaid:
"Catch the impudent woman and
take her to prison." Maraba aald that
I should be taken to the lanildnwt.
First I waa taken to the landdrost
Tho landdrost aaid that I must pay
fine of 13 or go to tho tronk for two
months and d-reivo twenty-tire lnshca.
Mra. I. said that I had coino to entice
the girl away, anil that Charlotte waa
the impudent one. Charlotte waa fined
1 10s., which waa paid. Kaehel waa
flned 1 10s., which waa paid by 8.
Cnetnw, and she had to work it out. I
waa lined 4.1. but a I could not pay 1
waa aent to trunk and ordered to get
twenty-ttve lashea. I wna locked tip
for three weeks, anil then the land
drost came to the trouk and ordered
me to receive the twenty-five lanhea
while he stood by. I was tied up by my
wrista and legs and waa flogged until
I fainted. The hlooil came out my back
where I was flogged. I had all my
clothes taken off with the exception ol
my chemise, which was held around
my loins. It was after breakfast that
I was flogged. When tha landdrost
came I wwi washing his clothes. When
1 recovered ironi my mint 1 found my
self on the blauket. In the night ot
the day that I waa flogged they sent
for a doctor. He pulled open my
mouth and put some stuff to my noso.
1 think he came in tho middle of the
night The nxt day I was told to go
and finish tile washing of the landdrost's
AtotlMMb A h. LAiMniM S lUHifl,
Mavisa. who was in the tronk, told
the landdrost thnt 1 would not wash
the clothes. I did not say so, but I
could not as my back was too sore.
Muvira hail been twice flogged by order
ot the landdrost J he urst tune she
had fifteen lashes, which were indicted
in the men's yard, rdie was stripped.
her chemise being tied about her as
mine was. mio was tnen Hogged on
her shoulders. She waa put in the
trona ior two uays on mat occasion.
When she got out she went to the
landdrosts house, and as she refused
to work in consequence of her back
being sore she was sent back for four
daya and to receive a Hogging of
twenty-live lashes. As her back was
too raw to lie flogged again in the
lame place I was told to roll up her
chemise so that sho could be flogired
lower down. That flogging look place
in thewomen'ayard. Air. VanKccnen
waa present, 'and the women were
Hogged by "Jack." Van Keenen
would not let me be beaten at first,
because, be said, I was too weak.
About three weeks after I was put in
the trong tne lanooroai came up in
order to see that his sentence on me was
carried out, and I waa tied up and
Hogged in lus presence, uio landdrost
standing in front of me. When the
iandiiroHt waa una mat i would not
tluish the washing of hia clothes he
ordered me to be put in the stocks.
and l was scpi in ua siocas ior two
days and two nights, and kept without
loou tne wnoiu nine, a Know oi six
women being flogged while I was
in tho tronk. All wcro flogged
with the cat-o'-nlne tails, and all were
beaten by ''Jack," why doca all (he
flogging in the jail.
Mr. Lahoochere now and then slip
in ma piKea and auusiuna. Kecontiy,
wishing to call Mr. Uoschcn a Bhylock,
he aaid that he believed Mr. Goscben'a
ancestors came from Venice, and that
Mr. Uoachen waa a lineal descendant
of the famous merchant who one
' The Drudgery of Office.
But It aeenit almost heartless to
dwell upon thia Idle garety and silken
Iwtsiur wSttl m wnf of Mye,, Colo
nels, and Brevet-Brigadiers are toiling
for thair country in tha great depart?
mens, of n O.irei umcat Turn fioiu
the giddy throng, and come with me
a moment to the grimy workshop of
on, of these sweating patriota. It it
luocioca in tne morning. ieut..
Col. Bounce, Assistant Thingaboh.
General, baa Just dragged hia weary
footsteps to the office. Compelled to
rise at 8 30 or a. m. while his win.
dow ia but a "glimmering square,"
and when as yet the luxurious gar
bage man has not begun his rounds.
this martyr has snatched a bast
breakfast and hurried as fast at bat
tered limbs would carry him to aave
hi, native land. Only s rosewood
desk with velvet footstool attach
iscr.t; only plain ebony and Husaia
leather arm-cnair with pivota aud
rockers fo ease bis pains, only row
of electric buttons to Vail the insolent
and fatted clerks from the rooms be
yond, or to summon the doorkeeper
from tho bull, or to bring tho valet to
light bis cigaret or move bit hat, or
tuck up his handkerchief that hat
alien to the floor. (July th&M and a
few other mitigations oi a fate that (or
ttflllllcare tad cruel (yil lunnooar.
a lid in the annals of Immolation.
Watch the scarred and battered old
Veteran aa ha stretches himself upon
the sofa to struggle witl the morning
paper neglected, wearv, maimed,
desolate, aave for the aeiiae of duty
that thrills hia every fibre. Watch
him at he dozes for an instant while
an onsympathlzing minion standi
ever him to brush away the Bios.
This lasts nearly an hour. For at
much at fifty minutes at a stretch
literally at "stretch" thit barba
rous drudgery goea on. Then the hero
staggers to his feet and hobbles over
to ,the Bustia leather chair and is
wheeled into position at the debk by
the callous myrmidon. A touch on
the C button is followed by a distant
electric giggle, and immediately there
enters to him haughty olerk with a
scornfully-wreathed lip, bearing three
papers lur signature. He gaaea at
them with a shudder. His sad eyea
say imploringly! "Couldn't you make
it twor but the brav, old lips utter
no complaint He signs those papers
unflinchingly, and then for he i but
human after all h, faints away. For
an hour and thirteen minutea he has
been on the rack of duty. For an hour
and thirteen minutea he has given bis
strength, hia mind, his energies to an
ungrateful but beloved oountry. It is
too much nature will endure no
more. He faints away Into hit over
coat and bat faints away to the club
and not until nearly noon does ha
succeed in resuscitating himself on a
deviled oyster and in rallying suffi
ciently to bold a hand at whist
This is no fancy picture. It la typ
ical of the lives of hardship and
drudgery and self-denial led by doz
ens of devoted men in this proud na
tion's service. How, Ol how can one
think of tha feasting and revelry at
the paper hunt while tuoh acenea art
being enacted at one's very el bow f
Hatamylon LttUr in tht iitw York
Charles Reads In hia memoirs says
of Kllcn Terry: "Ellen 'Jerry is an
enigma. Her eyes are pale, ber not,
rather long, her mouth nothing par
ticular, complexion a delicate brick
dust, her hair rather like tow. Yet,
somehow, she it beautiful. Her ex
iirettion kills any pretty face you see
beside her. Her figure is lean and
bony, her hand nmw uline in size and
form. Yet she is a pattern of fnwn
like grace. Whether iu movement or
iu repose, grace pervades the hussy.
In character impiilaive, intelligent,
weak, hysterical iu short, all that is
bouiiuabln aud charming in woman."
Coaching is no longer the proper
thing iu tuglaud.
- - i l afi
I Henry DetwiUer, tin man who dis.
fieuted the first homeopathic, re.ucdy
a America iui is bwiuwUud is
vB!W AsmI 1Halll, '
Are quickly given to ,?ery pait of the
way by Hood's Ntreaparilla. That
tired fcedng ia entirely overcome. The
blood ii purllled, enriched, and Tltnl
ized, and carries) health Instead of dis
ease to etery organ. Th stomach is
toned and strengthened, tho appetite
restored. The kidneys and liver are
rouetd ahd Invigorated. The brain is
refreshed, the mind mado clear and
ready for work. Try it.
"It Is common sense and not educa
tion tbat makes a woman," aald an old
man eorrowfullv "I anant a littla r,r.
tuna educating my daughter ai d when
her education waa completed she wcnl
off and married a dmle who died of
blood poisoning, canned by sucking tbe
oeaa ot dis walking cane."
Tkwtr RmImm Smmi..
Probably ao one thli f hat caused men
a general revival of trace at Taylor and
Ewing't Drag more as their giving away
to llidr customers of so many fie trial
bottle ol Dr. King' Mew Discovery for
consumption. Their trade Is simply
enormous In thia very valuable article
from the fact that it always cures and
never dissppolnts. Coughs, coldt. sstb-
ma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat and
lung dbcaaca quickly cured. You car
tost It bclore buying by getting a tr
bottle flee, large tire II. CO. Erery bot
The residence of Wiley Elliott, near
Dawn, waa destroyed by tire Thurs
day ; loss jS.ooo. There waa a small
Insuianc on the house but uothiug on
the furniture, which Included a $"V0
piano. The lira waa caused by the ex
plosion of a gasoline stove. Mr. Elliot
waa in Uie swid at work at the time
and only reached the burning building
In time to save hi wife, who ia lvlng
at the point of death- The building
ana contents were totally consumed.
Beltar TIM mi VimwiIwsl
Thia la pre-eminently the vacation
moil l h, with thouaauda an k rest and
recreation. Hut to those who sillier
the depressing effects of summer de
bility, the disagreeallie symptoms of
scrofula, the tortures of billioiisner,
dyspepsia, or sick headache, there is
more pain than pleasure in leaving
home. To such we say give Hood's
Sarsaparilla a trial. It will purify
your blood, tone up and atrergihen
your body, expel every trace of scro
fula, correct billloiitucss, aud positive
ly cure dyspepsia or aick headache.
Take it before you go, and you will
enjoy jour vacation a thousand
There are four Itenulilican candi
dates for governor. armcr Wade, l
Springfield would accept a nomination
Major Warner, of Kansas City, ia will
ins;. Bridges is an open candidate and
so Is ex-Mayor liartwig, of bL Joseph
bt Louis Republican.
Wsm Iteby m sick. , cave br Cutorta,
WW sh, was a CkUd, sh, M lor Catforta,
Wbm ite binai Hits, k, cln&f to CMMlte,
Wat tin Caildraa, sh itiU Cwtgrk,
Hev. 8. S. Coudo aays : "Too many
young ladiea have committed aulctdi
and died broken-hearted because tbey
did not gain a knowledge of their
lovers' character before bestowing
their affection on them. Have both
eyes open. Court in the day-time and
aoi is tha dark. Young man.go around
in tha daytime and see what your
lwei.Lh.art ia dainT wheu she does not
expect joa. Get a knowledge of ber
trait of character and domestic lite.
Young lady, be careful of your cbolce.
See to tt tbat a polished addles duet
not cover many vices. Don l go buna
folded on the voyage of married life,
but intelligently and wisely on both
tide. With such a choice true appi
neat la sure to follow.
IMUtl , 1I11M-
Wilb a southern family in Sem
York there baa been slaying for some
time a young lady from the interior oi
the atate. ribe is of a philanthropic
turn of mind, but ber benevolent in
stinct bava recently received a sad
check. Fully convlnctd that "where
there's a will there's a way," she un
dertook to reform au old colored ser
vant of the family, wbo loved whisky,
"not wisely' but too well."
George yahii,gton, e(Hn
Trout "tie Skiuf," aud, in cousideratiou
ot years of faithful service, the fatuili
took no notice of Mi failing, liut the
young lady tried persuasion, cajole
ment, acoldiDg, UacU, presuuls and
everything else that a good heart anu
earnest purpose could suggest to in
duce blm to abandona bis intemperate
habit, liut it was all In vain. Ai
last, In a fit of pardonable impatience,
she said to him oue day:
"1 declare, Ueoige, I'd giva you I
thousand dollars if you'd g.va up
"Lor, young miss," replied the olu
incorrigible, "d'jeknow what I'd do
wid dt tboaaand dollar if 1 bad lt'r
I'd je' buy ma a lounge, a bar'l o
whlaky, an' I'd hire a nigger, an' i'u
jet)' lay my old black self down on dal
loung, and I'd jea' make dat nlggei
pump dat whisky down toy lroat
Lor. Miss, dat ud be Je' like de yer ol
Jubilee. Don't jou temp me in Uai
The young lady has given up all ef
forts to reluriu Oeoiao VVaanuiglon
Jellerson, aud uobudy remoualiuu
witiihiui now wheu be get drunk.
New Yoik Tribuue.
TZL tx s Is. ine
(THE NEW QUININE 1
Quiet Nil its
A Powerful Tonlo
UUU Um awt oeUcat, ttooiacli will bear.
A .mi-ib, far iiuUana, rtuHimtU.ui, nerrnu
lriMtrri.ii. suit nil genu dlneaMi.
iu. iuimi M'leuiinc uia uvMiul bluod purtfl-
W- buiwrler Ui 'iiiluilm.
Mr A Mlll. r. Kant ISTlh t . Wew York,
wa ourtd by Kkiu of ektreni uitlarlal ln
liM.ui, ailti m.,ii val. .iiil.-lliiK- IU na.i tun
il.u Iruw i;n putii.il. t. -j:, Ii.-k .ii "U Kuakin
jun. tw... ui ui aurk lu oue iikhiiIi, ri Hull'' 1
In. luU wlut lb U uiihiU.. Ji.ti.iuu UIU bun
tlldcou Tlionirtun the uliU'.t sil on, of lUe
nil rti.iiefi.1 . iliii el liui'rt. l .-un .
a.).: "1 .ui uiuely im ol ait. ot.'i lutlb- Uift
Hire year. b. .urfeie Iruui .IaI.iiU u1 ti.e
ellcrl. oi 'imilllu! JIolllli( 1 u-. ei.Uy li.-ui".
ivllb K-ukiu. tkiili b br... up Ibu Uilarl luui
liiLrvaAMl my Muiuiit a im.umI. "
Mr.. T. A. bokiuiuns, ol 1M U.lllday Kt, li-no-y
I'll), write: Uy mmi ilMty. u-l ei.ro i um.
cutm! of ttiiuila b a..iue. .ll.T tilti-.'U
uioulb. iliooM. uwunu4 nlvt'U tie all b..
1-iu.m IioiiiUi, abo ittrMiu. glilu lull
d.Ull. ,111 b teul Ob .plii:4ilou.
Kuklu call U ULfccll oiUioiit any IbMlal
ainutal .ilrtc. l per bolLl. BoUl by
UfKUlW bull ourlotot price
I-ttQowtt by tlttmrlr,e,l peullartt 1m i
J. ftv-nugol weriocinuai"f.luBinth
lud. tirrwth, bnd Uuttti In the month.
nml fur n it Itmuno.
H tnt.M. ition, with ocatulonal attacks
fl, llcnjuchf. In thn frotit of thn hMvl i
IiiitlKttA, diUlOCSS, RUU 7VIIUWUC-M ol
h'"- -s-, . ,
B, Itfjirthnra, I of npttH. V-5v"
e, lirtnuouuf tliustoiuuuliazi'l boWoU
ly w l ml.
J. ls-rr?iwtnn of spirits, nml rrftt mMnn-
rhfily, with Io"HtufVnnj rt dtxiKioiUua
to k-vovcryUilun r ttaiurrow.
A nstnrni ilnw f 111 in rrnin thit lArnr
t iH'nlttl to g-ot hcatlUt, WllVU this
UoUuuacO It rauium
L :T BnJOUSNESSf;WM
wh.Ah. If TifinctriJ. srwin lontls frturrlnns
tlii"nm. KlnimtmH I.lvtT lt ulnt ro- rts
:ritMt frtl('itiuili)llniino(Mvirovtrv klntl
of titlrmincsr. It rmtirrfl tho l.lvrr to
Itmpcr worfcinrt order, rcuimcr? tlio iwrrn
Urn of blloand pum thn ilium. Ivo ornnmi
In Httrh cubtilllon thnt tin y cno do their
U-H work. Alter tHklutT thUuvdiclUQUO
oatt Will say, "1 tuu lillious.'1 v,e--i
I ha hftti itilrjcct tn Kvtrl iftMIt of rotV
tMtion of tho Ltf, and hav brtu in lhehbii of
uk'Rtt from is to to (ta'rtt of calomel which Ke
nailr Ui.ltnsi up (or thrc or CauriUr. Lat'-ly I
hTs Uto uktnaj Simmon Lkvtt RftfiUior,
which rj:v ne relief wtih jut any tntmipu1i to
buitiMia." ). Uvua, HiilUeporttUbio.v x
lui our ijJa stamp In ml on front of Wrapper
J. II. stoma Ch. ElOUdelphia, .
Bbovhl ba wai few month be on coo 13 a
Maud for book " To Honm." mailed fra.
, Bmu)isxo Bmcxatob Co, AUsntts, I
HOW IS YOUR COLD?
Th BAD COLD of tn rlrivrnrt
f acMiii tr iiiiiii into SOKE THrtOAl',
HkONCHITia I.IINfk PI.Vi.-u .
PLEURISY, ai.y of whirl., il' n! it-
tin-!, tnn icnnitimt-t m tUN.
iUMPTlON iut DEATH.
I Baljj, tuucveafuUy, lur ovur ti
:V ISum I..... .
"X OR, HARTER'8
BOOTMmQ rjHOKQ riiTUI )'ii.ilivvy
nil m-fiuco oi riiuuiioon, audi n. Coiw. i(.
sliiit. elr. Ttitiy tily Inly Clio etil Sfl tlirnuiiti
uiu urranca tf.lAlny ptrtoa, anu pmihire .li'i.p
tint quioi.tioiuwhitliitarikui uiviurauid sud
This Maaaiiaa portrays ArnerU
can tbovaht aa4 llf, front ooeaa ta
ooeaa. Is ailed with par hl-aclas
literature, and caa be safely weU
f T SnMallr circle,
PIKI 2Bo. II 3 ttAI IT Wall,
fwsf top, wrewt aiwtw SMaW mocm at.
ilp tt U f.1 to man, l tC
Fraaalata Utt with ,ltk,r. .
- 130 A 133 Pearl M., K. Y.
CHEAPF8T EATTSa OfT iiARTHI
A3K YOUR OHOOER FOR TMtMl
mv a oT'O'ThiOiioimiwo Osir Cimiiai
X ItilOIa O TAKt NO OTHER BHUKD.
jiiiiA rua oo., it. iouu, mo.
hakes rkhhli .
kfe I III ( W-r m 3
-aW HTsTsTaa' U iasW tTK.y m I . n . . u W k W.
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
1 fi , mitt'iii
2 f't or..t'ii'i,
. o;i)0 oo "
100 oo "
. flOO.OO "
i ir run lainit-uHii
tar in eTeir doudi! of Aikciui Core.
USED EY THE BEST PEXIO
"ul5"as Ka-. w.w v.
1011 riUMTXNO 01? ALL
J kipdii at tliU office,
THE QUESTION OF THE DAY!
What remedy must I aevk from Ilia high price, asked by some so-called
merchant lu thia section 1 The sure remedy Is to call at
D. F. COMER & CO.'S HEADQUARTERS,
Any day during the year 17. Our
low. price, ever onercu dv any man or nrm. Thia Is the opportunity tot Uie
people of Eastern Kay to provide themselves with
LOW PRICED MERCHANDISE.
Nolo the place, and trtuloRh us. Come, see and got prices.
- 003VII33F5. j CO.,
RICE & SONS,
DEALERS ' IN
Groceries and Hardware,
"Keen ronstnntiv on hand a In
of tbeso Goods, and the can oft.T B.-IRGAINS, in that lino
that cannot bo obtained elsewhere in Hay couny Call ud
they will convince you, by giving their
. i -ifca .w ,...Uw,,, .
aaaa. i .,,Hd. El ---:rz - A .
SCRUBS AND HORNS MUST CO!
13uy tbo Hornless, Hardy, Beefy GALLOWAYS from
Importer ond Breeder,
jj.ii' cor.vri, .yiissavni.
J. Pa Q VESSNBEUR Y,
Comer of Camden Avenuo and Main Street,
Hardware ? Groceries,
Would respectfully say that I
abovolines of goods. I will
wistung to buy to call and
SEE ME AND
Thinking my many friends
on iinuance of the same.
Salt $l.SO Mer Barrel.
. BIDGELL BEOS,
HOUSE PAINTING A SPECIALTY.
Havo your house painted and papered and get Ridgell
Bros, to dothe work.
$rct Uie Rest Paper !
The Staunch Old
IS TIIE REST !
Onl y $1.50 a Year.7 Six 3Ionths 75 cents.
ST. I.OTJIS, MO-,
The Great Specialists,
Hsnhiii nf ralMlfti (VillsaM MoaHail. LtM.
don. KmiluoH M M , N-w V -rh unA Diwi Gr
BjaUT. to inform t klr psl tDU ant irtharvtaaf
8aaMj of Hf iin.Uirhatv tisst Manhn-i n4 all
lacauaa raoulUuf (ruat Ball Abuaa mu alaaliW
('JT!L fkmnrrtitaM ana flraklltla. Priaiar.
(Ucmiiarr attit Tati-liisrjr triatfllir bsm sad lafc'li.
ti EIVIIKMB, II KSI' I
bMiuloal aaainlasiiluik uf urlns) A (i
ll.-nl ubwrvvlliin an Narvoua IialilltW anil
Phraiual Kihaualldii ul on rx-atit of octVml
tipu A.i.U , Dra, A O. OAVICflON,
AhAluUlCAL MVHK.VU. HaaUoa (fcia aaaa.
t fW.1i tht iUwuif i It tva
Tii I i&foi i.'.'iM P law
ONEST HELP For MEN
Mm Mum Mum atsaawlia
Twill mini ou I'asKfd H"k, witti pr.
rrii'U"iia i.ir 4t nrrvuij, i iiniuina aim Lnrn
nMi lMaHKl, AtMii1ntii wi't Kntyk,'firnln fw
i-J il.a alwiiii. JU. WIIXUMU, ltw Wifc 6L,
new stock Is all In and we will make the
keep a general stock in the
not enumerate, but ask those
for past patronage, I ask
KarbWlre I .'-Jaw rZ it I -e
f ? J
WENTT FIHfiT fccbool Year btwlna Ta4dr.
beptviubar etta. Itw Btndanto twmld ba
praot oo Tburaday prtKMinn. Faoulty eoa
tuati of claffo niwinbai-ft--pcuuUi4 in ihtir
ToUl arolimeat ot atadantg Ual jmi, nt;
rapreaeoUsw MtiBtlM ib alltaoun uul 7 Mata.
bllty grsvinat! laal a) to advfcaoed Atul
iS In lemantary aoiu-M,
State CartlflriMtnai taatinsl An
pared to toach. k ilty haciutloot irtlar.
btudaau ao anta at any tuua and alwa ft Aiid
eluta to iiul ibato. Coma 4t lMiiuUnii of Uinn
Ortviuau of Miah Srhoota, Aoada
mle, ttomlnanas aud ColieseM, ud
Tachra, ftduituxi vitiiout aiuuiuauoo,
ud. If luuud wortljy (tf tliam, will tw onMUt4
With Ui rradaa U.j tv toada.
Totel ailtiLaol tut U-nn i.l d h V.
twnl, litfLU, fnl and tottioo froui tffaMJ.
ood luf Cataoa fy-ttiiilng ltul jtarucoUxa.
. BTATE N02XAL SCHOOL,
An PTfpitd at any nd aji tfm toaeooDiodsM
ii pcoiV wita
hn Saddle Eorscs, He,
nil rtmvvw pmmenffrr to any point dfatitM a
a momenta ntlr. Hr boanlfd bf df
wrk or month, on rf,aMnall ti-rtna.
4'uat4imfra mav rrlv on imim1ntii. entid lunV-
au, tnU iiona and iirfa.
Dr. F. C, HOYT,
SS, s-narts sMrMt,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
DtanM, o th Mom. IteoU aad Iinn .
C. A. T'earann. NntAr, Piitillx II .
H Junction, wiil attend to all business
,utruUl to hi ill with care aud pruiiipu
oeaa. Cbatm reasonable. ,7-tf
MISSIOII RI .RIVER.
St. I::: aai E:::::
OnMitkt Inn mmw with tiia minhi ...-
Ilttlitfd and m-xlvrti tin.in.vl MkIK dnill iitia
mgir lcnni . ki.vi.ixj mi, Umls wiN-kly-
?"",r. J"Mlfi Henry Kclih! fclmttcr!
r or LaflJUtaKiou, Kauaau uy and all wny Uod.
ia Jil.ihtKi & Mann
OenrrmJ Ascuu, Hi. Lou la. Mo.
W. O. Kl?fa, Aavut.
CanMaWa, Mo, 17.
8TROPE & CO.
W. ta. Nt . KaiH, 1M,(
bava to eluaa out over
f?. jj? '5!' ""rdlm H eo 1111111 Jmnuur
UV.'- "sn.v,.n,i.K'kwi, ami you can uvt
a Plaaw r Ura.a si bji irli by caliriia
rlr oc wrltnw for cauliwiui and prltia. Ilji
aaua la ssmoa bud riauos. UIU, ukL tu
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Equipment sua Bpeed unsurpassed.
3 DAILY TEAINS 3
L Lsuit, Kantat City .nd In, West.
5 DAILY TRAINS 5
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