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IIILKSDAV. NOV KM Is"
"Whn w two prlf I. I Mt that 1
bad UkMi cold," Mid Th rnas Tall
Hiittme. "and n.xt mnriilng 1 a
hoars lndl. lint 2ft cent bottlf
of Ir. Hull's l ough Syrup H1 iiif up."
Ointeiitlons woiii-n arf sbres to
tiovls'-rir : l "l twenty tlvi' cnts spent
for bottle of Milvatt.in Oil ill restore
Lannoiijr in the mniwhold.
As William lent over her fa-r fu-e
h hipercl ; "Htrlinf!, if 1 sliou'd
r.X you ill i'rencL If I niiiilit kiss you.
what would ycj answer ?" She. sum
mining up her scant knowledire of the
French, replied : "llillet dous Itur
One thing to b tlivikful Tor t wm?
It that the i;rnT in rodeo at Ilio
Janeir.i has come to grief and will not
he ahle to hull the price of that article
Coffee Is o largely used in the V tilled
Statu that it 1 no I .liner classed;
among the luxuries, but among the
necessities of life.
Unroe fellow who has made a stu.ly
of the taste of giiissays: "A girl's
taste diffors according to her aire. At
sixteen she watts a dude with tm.tl
pick shoes and microscope moustache;
at twenty, chief justice, wllh plenty of
cash; at twenty-lle she will he satis
fied wllh a member of CunKreas; at
tnirty a doctor or pre ber; at tlnrtj
nre anything that wears pants, from
an editor up.
The total vulue of mil an J peisona!
property of Missouri lor this year's
taxes foots up l 5ia: the rail
road property. Hl.i'SO.mi: telegraph,
615,701; bridite. e-.WJ.'' . which
makes a grand total of er.M.r.jl.y.''.'.
The increaie in real estate and per
sonal property over last year is SrhT;,
867. The increase in railroad, bridge
and telegraph rrcreity is et.ltl.i'.c
which makes a total incre:ise In all tax
able propeity of Sa.iM7.Tj-).
As a general thing a revolver is not
a necessary article of furniture in a
man's bouse. The practice that young
boys hare fallen into of late years ol
carrying a revolve in their hip pocket
Is a cowardly and beastly babit, and
should be discountenanced as such.
Show us a man or boy who carries a
revolver about bis person from day to
day and from week to week, and niue-ty-Dine
times out of a hundred we will
how you a moral as well as apnysica:
coward. It Is sometimes necessary loi
men to go armed, but these occasion.1.
are rare and far li-taeen.
The intelligent Uriner, who
thought to his business. Hilda las uiiLd
occupied with matters btlubgiiig to
the year that is just closing, v. hue he
also looks forward to the season that
Is rapidly advancing. Have there, last
year, been failure with some crops,
while others have been unusually suc
cessful r We should examine uito lail
ures, not to mouru over them, but to
ascertain if they were due to avoidable
causes, or to natural phenomena be
yond human control. We are apt to
ascribe our losses to a Higher 1'uwer,
but are w e so ready to accredit our suc
cesses to the same controlling inllu
ence' Tbe"scienlilic lanuer," to call
ed i the sensible farmer who sees that
all Nature, on his farm or oil of it, it
governed by wise aud immutable laws.
Those who study to learn what are
these laws, and how they can best
work with them, are the most success
f ol farmers; they are called "suienliuc.''
"The booms wnicn are planted this
winter should be well covered with
printer's ink, If they are expected to
sprout In the spriug," says W ill Yiaa
Ctiei In the St. Joe Uazelte.
BwibMsd sMiJItN atftsrotrry.
Dr. ward statss: Uurchuud
been known to physicians aiuce the be
ginning of the woild as the king of au
remedies for diseases ot the Xhroal,
Chest aud Lungs. 1 believe iiauaius
jUorebound byrup is the best combina
tion known lo-day tor Consumption,
Coughs, Colds, Uronchili and all dis
eases having their origin in the Throat
and Chest. There axe hundreds ot
physicians using this plain home made
remedy iu their practice aud they al.
report the same uniformly good result.
Call for Free sample ilollles from out
gent bmilh A. i'atton. Dec il
A Nasal Injector tree witii each bottle
ot Bhlloh's Catarrh Itemed)'. Trice in
cents. Taylor aud Kwing.
The heirs ot Jean IS. iSecjueUe. an
early French settler ot St. Louis, are
bringmg suit fur property within the
very heart of the city estimated to be
worth not less than torty million dol
lars. The property iu question lies
cbleilr betweeu Third street on tut
east, Jefferson avenue on the west,
Olive street on lue north and 1'it.e
street on the south, and w hich is per-
baps the most valuable area ol its site
within the city limits. The St. Lou.t
papers appear to think the case ol the
parties bringing the sun a good one
and that the recovery of a large pro
portion of the property is hot only pu.
I ible but very probable.
A ISlsllWKMUbedS lerasutau a 'IralliMu-
llev. 11. M. rickeus, President of the
Method ist 1'rutestant Church of south
Carolina, writes from Ureenville:
"About four years ago I was attack
ed with what the physicians prouuuuc-
ed neuralgic rheumatism, accompani
ed with erysipelas. My appetite tailed
me entirely, and 1 had an intermitting
pulse and very Irregular pulsations ol
the heart. A terrible pain soon came
Into my cheat snd shoulders, and 1 be
came so helpless that I could atuud to
DO business at all. The pains were
moveable, and would sometimes pas
from one part of my body to auolher
Finally the erysipelas broke out on in
left baud aud arm, aud produced much
swelling. 1 was lor eighteen month.
althcted iu this way, and of course Ubed
great many kinds of medicines, but
nothing gave me relief. Friends final
ly persuaded me to try swilts specific.
1 noticed a decided improvement while
taking the first bottle. 1 continued its
use until I bad lakeu about one do en
bottles, when 1 found myself sound
aud well agalu, with no sign of disease
left eicept a sliflueas iu u.y I. and, a re
sult of the erysipelas. While taking
the medicine 1 gaiued ou an average
two pounds of Heali per week, i thin
U. S. b. a valuable uiediciue. and I Ire-
(jueullr recommend it to my friends
The bwiir si tn ic Co , Drawer 3,
Atlanta, (J a.
Treaties ou 11 loud aud Sim Diseases
fhlldrenCry or Pitcher's C.storia.
DEMH OF THE APOSTLES.
Ho Ids FoMtwtn el Jtim Csrlsl artSus
pM Is Have Ptritkes.
SI. Matthew is supposed to hsve suf
fered martyrdom, or was slain with
the sword at the city of Kthopla, In
St. I, uke was hsvged upon an olive
tree in lirewe.
St John wss r ut inU a raulJion of
timing oil at limia an I sc ip?d death.
He afterward died a natural death at
bphesus, in Asia.
St. James the Croat was Ixheaded at
St .lames the Less was throw n from
a pmnacie or wing ot the temple, and
then beaten o death with a fuller's
St. I'liilip was hanged up agtiust a
pillar at llierapolis, auty of l'hrygla.
St. Hurtholomew was tUyed alive by
the command of a b.trbaious King.
St. Andrew sm bonod to a cross,
whence he preached anto the people
until he expired
St. Thomas was run through theboly
with a lance, at Coromaudel, in the
St. John was shot to death with ar
rows. St sieinon Zealot was ciucifled In
St. Mat'.hUs w4 first stoned and
St. lUrnabts was stoned to death by
the Jews at Salanla.
S . Ta il wss beheaded at Home by
the tyrant Nero.
Km mm ladraprauSI Anlele
M. S. Anna Shoemaker, Marshall, Mo.,
writes: liallards Snow Liniment is
th best article for llheumatism and
Neuralg a 1 have ever used, and for
Mine ba k It is unsurpassed. 1 recom
mend it as an Indispensable article
which every lady should constantly
have at hand. Inclosed please find '.
for which please send two bottles,
ruith & I'atton Agent. Dec i
Right kinS ! Rctsrinsr.
I n-n. Hie 'r:lnun ( it) Intent.
Mis I'hie'w Couzr;ns is now anex
I'ni ed States Marshal. She is in a
very lud hunor because a Democrat
lakes her place. M ss 1'ho be aqnoun
ces that sue will henceforth wage re
lentless war agiinst senator Cockerel!
and Vest and Congressmen Clardy and
Hatch, and that she will summon all
the strong-minded women in Missouri
to her assistance she evidently over
looks the face that the Drst duty ol a
reform Democratic Administration is
to remove all Republican office-holders
When catarrh tas progressed to a
certain extent, it is only a step to that
lerribiy f.it.ii disease, consumption. If
jou have catarrh, even si;ghtiy. it is a
ternble mistake to allow it to continue
its course unchecked. If you w ill only
read, you will find coclusive reasons
why you shoull Lake Hood's sVarsapa
rliia for catarrh, in the statements of
many people who have been complete
ly cured of this disease in its most se
vere forms. s-ud for bx-ks containing
abundant eiidt-nde, toC. I. Hood A- Co,
proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Lowell, Mass. Dec J
Kvery human habitation should con
tain sjuie convenience for a complete
bath in water, la the long catalogue
ot diseases, says a well known physi
cian, scarcely one can be named Id
the treatment of which a bath is use
less. To those blessed with good
health, a bath gives thrift and growth
to healthy functions' a brightness and
delightful serenity, a clearness of
mind and buoyancy of spirit- It Is
certainly a blessing to mind and body,
r or the mental worker it is a nerve
tonic. A tburough application of wa
ter of proper temperature will calm
andg.ve tone to ha whole system
The indoor laborer, who gets but a
scanty supply of fresh air, needs a
hath to obtain the skin invigorating
elements of open air.
Wbefi BaliT vuwk wt gmv bf CMlorts,
Wbn six m a Cktil sbserwd tat (.sauna,
Wats aba became Mim she elttag to CMton,
Wasn aba had C'kkdnw sea it umb Castana,
Are you male mifcrsale by lodhre
tlou. Consumption, Diuineae, Loss ol
Appetite, Ytliow ekin I sbiloh's VluO-
izer is a positive cure. Tavlor dt Kwtng.
For Dytpcpeia and Liver Complaiut,
rou have a priuud guarantee on every
bottle of bniloh's Vitslizer. It never
tails to cure. Taylor aud twin-.
borne interesting facts touching
I'rhuhibition in Maine can be found in
a late New York W orld. They have
strengthened the law up there so that
a glass ot sweet cider, iresb from the
press, if sold or given away, may em
broil a farmer in five tusjies with a
grand jury aud may cost uiin a hue ol
ei.aiu and five months' servitude in
jail. W Leu Neal Dow gels the Maine
law braced up so that the fermenta
tion of a ban el ot swill iu his state
will be something in the nature ot a
felony, he will probably be happy.
Wbal Am lis imt
The symptoms ot Biliousness are un
happily but too well known. They
differ in different individuals to some
extent. A bilious man is seldom a
hreaklast eater. Too frequently, alaf.
he has an excellent appetite for liquids
hut none for solids of a morning. His
tongue will hardly bear inspection at
any time; if it is not white aud furred
it is rough, at all events.
The d gestive system is wholly out
of order aud Diarrbo-tor Constipation
may le a svmptom or the w o may al-
ternate. There ate olteu Hemorrhoids
or even loss of blood. There may be
giddiness and often headache and ac-
dity or ilatulence and tenderness in
the pit of the stomach. To correct all
this if not effect a cure try Green's Au
gust r lower. Us coct but a trill and
thousand attest its elhcacy. eow
Sam Jones has aiiaady arranged to
hold three meetings iu Missouri next
year. He begins a meeting Iu Kansas
City ou the firat Sunday in Jauuaiy
AiKjut the 1'ith of May he goes to St
Joseph and will bold a lilleen days
meeting under the old tent used w hen
be was there two years ago. The date
ol his 1'latUburg meeting has not been
fixed yet, but it will probably be in
A small llartlord child, just home
from Sunday achool,in formed his father
that he could name the first live books
of the New Testament. They were.
he said, "Malhew, Mark, Luke, John
and Hatchet," and then, thinking peo
ple looked queer, he hesitated aud ad
ded. "Well, hatchet or ax, It's about the
same thing." Hartford CourauL
'Children Cry forPitcheri Castoria.
The Barker it I Flatterer.
A barber has to encourage the van
ities and conceits of men more than
any other elastof people. For Instance
the use of powderfin a man's;faro after
shaving Is only a species of vanity.
The harmless chalk or magnesia that
is rubbed on the face is productive or
neither good nor harm, and a few min
ute after leaving the barber's chair
the powder disappears, either being
blown off by the wind, brushed oil b
the hand or dissolved in the perspira
tion of the f ! . 1 n no case does the
powder last five minutes after a shave
yet yeople rie uand its use, and we en
courage the little vanity.
Again barbers must always be on the
lookout for yourg men who are ambi
tious to bave beards. It sometimes
takes patient coaxing to develop the
first mustache, but once done, your
patron Is your everlasting friend and
customer. W e have to Hatter men s
beards, speak of their soft skin or silk
en hair. If we dont they will go to
other places when their little conceits
will he noticed. The most careless
people are particular about their bar
bers and about the way the hair Is cut
or beard shaved. No worder the bar
ber is proverbially pleasant, and speaks
of your famlly.your growing fame and
attractive personal qualities. His trade
demands the encouragement of various
petty conceits. Next to your wlfe.ynur
barber Is the nattering glass in which
you see all your good points and none
of jour w eakness. liarber in O'obe-
How beautiful," said she, "tonight
Appear the hesveniy orbs so br ght.'
(J loth hv " Two orbs divine I see
Are br-gliter than the stars to rue."
And soft and low the evening bree.e
Moaned round them through the chest
nut;trees Oil Citv Itlizjwd
kees in Hit Middles.
Children, did you ever play that the
street was pilsoa and the sidewalk
safe, and then try bow long )ou could
wa.k on the curb stone without step
ping into the gutter; and did you ever
see a boy or girl who didn't step off
once la g nng home frcm school .' Just
when you feel sure of your footing and
begin to run, you lose your balance,
and off goes one foot on the ground
If the streets really were poison.you
would think it very silly to walk on
the edge of the sidewalk instead of
in the middle: but 1 bave seen chil
dren and grown people too, walking
just as near to a line as they could
without quite touching it. How lung
do you thiLK they can do so before
they lose their ba.ance and step over
the boundary, staining the white souls
that liodgae them? Why, just about
as lot g as the children cou.d keep from
I getting cif the curb-stone.
It is only a question of time; take
care, don't walk too near the edge.
AU wom" look attractive when
their col.u :.jd complexion Is clear. II
your skin is sallow, eyes dull, you are
bilious, secure a box of Williams' Aus
tralian Herb piUs, lake as directed,
and the feoliugof languor will leave
yon, your eyes brighten, and you are
another woman, 'fry them, i'nee 2o
cents, s-id by smith A i'atton. 37-ly
v ny will you cougti when Sbiloh'i.
Cure will give vou Immediate relief.
1'rioe 111 uenta, 50 oeuts aud 1.UU. lay
in slid Kwlug.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shi
lob's I'orous l'Uur. I'rUM 'e eeule.
24-eow Taylor 4 bwlug.
shiioh's Cure will Immediately relieve
Croup, V hooping Cough, aud rirouchi
Ui. X ay lor and fc lug.
Shiioh's Calarih itemed) a punitive
cure lor Catarrh, Dipliitria and Canker
Mouth. Taylor and a. wing.
rnohibiliou hulls Its own in Ohio,
la the two hut years the gain has been
leas than Z,0oo, but detest does nol
abate the enthusiasm of the advocates.
fhey confidently, luoiigb iguurautly
assert that they will fairy Onio in
t anatuism is too much iu earnest to
oe cheertul, but for ail that, it usually
lasts a hopelui view ot its future pros
pects. W ilu it, to-day may be gloomy
out to-morruw is always to be ungntcr.
Ji. C. star.
W. D. lioyt a Co., Wnolesale a id lt-;-
lail Druggist ol dome Oa. say: W e lis ve
been selling or Kiug's -Sew Ducovery,
biecuic bitters aud Bucaieu's Aruia
aalve lor lour years, blave never hand
ed remedies mat sell as well, or file
,uca uuiveraal satulacdon. There have
OedQ some wouderlu! cures eflected by
these medicines iu Ibis city, several
Laws of pronounced Cousuuipilou bate
been entirely cured by use ol a lew bot
tles ol Dr. king's New Duooyery, takcu
u conuuctiou with L.eciric bitters, vie
guarantee thewaiways. bold by Tty
iur A fewiiig b. uic
The Jtllcisuu Cily Tribune dues not
Set a high value ou the woig uoue Ly
uie I ni,ed stales government on the
Missuun liver, it .): "11 the M
souri river commiasiou have au oppor-
luuity W trade oil the lmpiovemeuts
tney construed ibis season for a
cneeae saudwicn, they should lose no
time In closing the bargain."
Sleepless i.l-uu made miserable vth
terrible cougn. oluloh s Cure is the
remedy Iur you. Taylor dt Kwing,
MISSOURI 8 MINES.
T anuusl Output ol Coal, Iron. Lsad and
Zinc Valuta al 110,717,016.
JmniiisoxCiTY.Mo., .V v. 24. The
Hon. O. Kochtitr.ky, commissioner of
labor statistics and inspection, has just
made the annual repjrt of the opera.
tiousoftiis baureau to the governor.
It appears that there are nearly TJ,0,
men employed by the railways of the
State, nol including street lines were
inspected iu sixteen counties to the
number of ll'J. but scores of mines op
erated on a small scale for privs pur
poses were not included. The follow
n. g is a summary: Total output for
the year ending October UI, 2,mi5,'.
tuns; average value at uiinel. a ton
total value at the nine, i,2'.i,WI ; av
erage pay lor mining a ton 87', cents
total Hiuuuui paiu lor milling, Z,lla,
7vl "; number of miuers employed
about 7,o A); average annual earuingof
miners, ellP'.ow; number of day hand
employed, aboutl.i'o; average annual
earings Iur day bauds, fc:im"; number
kegs of powder used, Si.iM); iniinbe
ot mules employed, about '' head
Lead, zinc, and Iron mines in seven
counties w ere inspected, the total valu
of the output at the mines beiug tf
Ili,uv7 while the number ot miuers
employed was u,7'i. 1 rum the report
tt thus appears that the total of the
output of coal, lead, giuc and iron at
the mines Inspected amounts to 1",-
717,olo for the year.
ChildrenCry .for. Pitcher's Castoria.
Five Ways le ties er Curs a CsM.
1. Halite the feet In hot water and
drink a pint ot hot lemonade. Then
sponge with salt .water and remain In
a warm room.
i. llatho the face In very hot water
every live minutes for an hour.
3. .SnnfT up the nostrils hot salt wat
er every three hours.
i. Inhale ammonia or menthol.
. Take four hours active exercise
In the open air.
Summer colds are the worst of all
colds oftentimes, as It is then very dif
ficult to protect one's self properly. A
ten grain dose of quinine will usually
brenk up a cold In tlietieglnnlng. Any
thing that will set the blood actively tn
circulation will do It, w hether It be
drugs or the use of a buck-saw. Med
Willi its intense itching, dry, hot skin,
often broken into p.ilnfiil cracks, and
the little watery pimples, often causes
indescribable siifldriiig. Hood's Sarsa-
parllla has wonderful power over this
disease. It purifies the blood and ex
pels the humor, ami the skin heals
itlmut a scar. Send for book con
taining many statements of cures, to
C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell,
The Aniyncin Mag.w-ric for Decem
ber will be a Christmas number. Its
leading article, by Wm. II. Ingersoll,
will discuss the peculiarities of the ac
cepted likeness of Christ, and recount
the legend of Its origin. This likeness
is tiaceable In the sacred art of all
Christian nations from the beginning
ol our era. Mr Ingers .il will more es
pecially describe the endeavors of dis
tinguished American painters and
sculptors to represent this Ideal. The
article w ill be abundantly Illustrated.
Typhoid. Vnrlel and Yellow Fererx.
Mia-les Diphtheria Small pin. I hol
ll.irlns I'rophilactlc Fluid will de
stroy the lulecllon of all fevers aud all
contagious and infectious diseases.
Will keep the atmosphere of any sick
room pure aud hulesome, absorbing
and destroying unhealthy eitluviaand
contagion. Will neutralize any bad
smell whatever, not by disguising it,
but by diftroylng it. I'se Darbys Tro
phy lactic Fuid In every sick-room.
In 1M3 Bonaparte was elected Presi
dent of the French republic. It was
not long after his Inauguration until
he was Napoleon HI, Emperor of
France. In lNt-7, the French people
are not likely to try the experiment of
elcting another Bonaparte to the pres
idency. The Bouaparta people are
brilliant, but there is too much ot the
dramatic and tmgical in their nature
to nuike them safe and wise rulers.
Victor Louaparle is wailing to becall-
e l to the be id ot French affairs, but
the Hepuhlic is not ready to surrender
to the Umpire.
Hamilton merchants declared war
on coal oil, lost week and that article
ropped to i'j cents per gallon. It
brought a big trade to the city. No
ubt the merchants reaped a rich re
ward by thus knocking the bottom out
f the puce of coal oiL its a new adv
ertising scheme. Cameron Sun.
Consauiptlosi, Herotulsw Vestersi
Debility, Wast lug Diseases of Children,
Colonic Coughs, aud bronchitis, can
be cured by the use of Scott's Emul
sion of Pure Cud Liver Oil with Uypo
phosphiles. Tromiuent physicians use
it, aud testify to its great value, Please
read the following: 'I used sioatt's
Lmulsiou for an obstinate Cough with
Hemorrhage, Loss of Appetite, Emaci
ation, sleeplessness, die. All ot these
have now let t.aud 1 believe your Emul
sion has saved a case of well-developed
Consumption." T. J. Fiudley, M. D
Lone star, Texas. "1 bave for several
years used Scott's Emulsion, aud find
to act well in Consumption and
scrofula, and other conditions requir-
ug a tonic of that class." J. B. bi B-
o.n. Valdosla.Oa. tiMt
Sanitary authorities say that ice
house aie a dangerous souice of dis
ease. Typhoid lever, dyptheria, ore, are
due very olten to the gases arising
from tne decaying saw dusk The ice
nouses must go beyond the city limits
The doctors urge it, aud the people de
Friday n-ght owb oue broke Id to
Mr. Hiiey Uiigtf' bUclcsuitti iaop, at
Dover, iruin wuicb bracea and bit
were stolen. Withtbrme tooU an en
trance watt forced Iulo Mr. George li
liurdun i tort, wiaicn was pretty gen
erally ranseicked. Nu m ercband.se was
ntMet however, aud it ia upposed
tbe only bony wanted waa money. Aa
there was no "lucre" in tbe store, tbe
bu'frlara were uure warded fur their
trouble, ana if detected will be seat to
Jttfeuon City to do work for tbe Hat?,
suspicion attaches to uo one aa yet.
Lexington Keg iter.
Still in Doubt.
Does It pay to be good t" aaks anexr
changt. AU we auow is that a rui Uls
ter only guts . for marrying a couple,
wbile the lawyer gets &M) lot uuuiar-
ring them. Vonkers btatesu.au.
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l'liik uiul Miinlf. nun- m dilf Mii'l mh.
nibine llif tn-Hin. t her cilntr atKl Iwlna,
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III IIm-h, Ion In. I 111 M
ili.it ftuJ itii; Liy iu
.irlh a .!.-(( liLkirt,
1 h'i'I uril-. m
k ati'l lilt,
II' t'.l iur fTillrtit:
Hy I null it.ixi
L. I .
1 ll"UM.-kM.'piIif ,
An Arkainaua Hitake H tor y,
I w:ti curing MMiit Miiull miilcrlriih
awiiy iioia in v' ii'iH-i uiul it Lh-4-: rut
iici v f'c iiif tu iihi a Muall lui,
to loom fit a w:inii; uii'l nil lift
ing t In- I'l Willi li ll.nl tllll'C plOhir, I
f'uniil u . i y l:ti u' Uuiit-l.iil hliniii
Miiik"', Mit ;i-ill lli li r 1. i-t it l kit uliout
111- iii'-h. 1 iit:n.;ii:i i to rut lt ln atl
i-ntii'i ly IX. J hi.- Miake bad ao fiu-lii.lili-J
ii-. lf in tin; Mil-fare if Hip
.TulUnl H t i;il;C M JM l ficl iu-t, Uiul
it wui ai-luatly t:ui-i iu the 11- a
I'liii Ui ii uiilil. Afu-r luovinj; tl.e
ftiaKU 1 ruri'iuuv liim ifUi'a to con
it- t-ii, iih'l inu It to my btn
11 oi ih I
(-iuiiti-il M htr'i. wcll-tli vt ui
a nl 011 i-uilinir thy i-jrt? om ii one by
me I f;iiiit i-ac-li ono to ruritam a
-iiKill m nkc ahoiit two tm-ht-9 lon-
Hatrin Aik.) t'hjmii ,uU..
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
A Chicago merchant lolls an Inci
dent In the career ot the late Emory
A. Hrorrs which Is not frircu in his lift.
It was back In IftiM, before Chicago
people had reduced their credit de
partment to the present perfect sys
tem, that the Incident ovciirrod. A
Wisconsin merchant wnlki-d into one
of the largest wholesale. dr.v-pods
houses and Mirchnsed a bill of ooott-t
w-hlrli amounted to several tlioosnn.l
dollnrs. The cnsimnor made a t;ite
menl whieh snli ll.il the credit m ill
and she goods were p.v-ked mid sent
off. They were forwnrded by Uke to
Milwaukee, where they were "to bo n.
shipped to an Inland "town, mid thou
hauled in wagons to their do-tination.
But Ihov did not got bevond theCremn
City. A firm there had a henvy claim
against the merchant, nnd when it bo
came known that goods wore iu transit
n him they were nttaehed forthwith.
They were taken out of the hnml of
the transHrtntioii company and ware
housed pending continuation of t.ie
proceedings iu the courts. Now it
happened that the warehouse whore
the goods were stored abutted on the
river; this is mentioned, for thereby
lien the "hirnro firm ho.ird of Iho
fate of its property the members were
wroth, as men usually are when a
heavy loss is Imminent, mid they to
gether with the late Mr. Siorrs. their
attorney, held a long and earnest con
sultation. The colu-lii'ioii was that
Mr. Storrs and the credit man were to
proceed straightway to Milwaukee and
get those good if stii-h a thinir could
oe done. For some reason tlio
visitors wero unable to secure thorn
through replevin proceeding. Then
the attachors wore visited om-e,
twice, thrice. They- rould not le
moved. They w-ere in possession ami
had the laugh on the other par!ios;aol
neither prayers, promises, throats,
nor anything short of the payment of j
their claim sirattist the inland luor- '
chant would aulufv them. .Mr. Ston-a !
would not hear to this, but instead in
vited the victors to im-et him and tho
credit man at their hotel tliat evening
saying that they wished to show their
pood will even if they wero woi-s't-d.
Mr. Stores cutcrtaini-d his giiosts us
only ho could. His stories were be
yond coiiiK-tition, the wine was the
choicest, and he shone as a host. The
guests were amazed to see how lihilv
two men could treat the loss vf n Muail
fortune. Storrs' store of anecdotes
seemed Inexhaustible. But what was
that noise! "W hat do you moan by
bursting in on a party in this style-,
sir?-'' queried Storrs of a wild-eyed
man with despair written on every
feature he who had caused the com
motion- MU." said he, turning to the
Milwaukee contingent, "a steamer
smashed 'er uose clean through the
Warehouse door, shoved her plank
ashore, carried off all them t hiuairo
goods, and is now on her way out
The beaten merchants comprehended
the situation a once, and tiie sudden
blanching of their faces w as nut any
more a wonder than the smile wiiielt
eame over Storrs' fare. Before the
crestfallen gueeta left their victorious
hosts they swore they would regain
possession of the goods if it cost their
value. The matter was immediately
taken to the courts. After awhile lliu
Milwaukeo firm went out of business,
biit In settling up set aside the sum of
I.OCSJ for the prosecution of the ease,
which br this time had gone to ttie
United States Supreme Court. In ad
dition to what had been already senc,
this sum and much more went before
the case was iinallv settled, and in the
end Mr.Storrs' clients were the vintors.
A Glimpse of Lincoln.
Mrs. Hancock in her "Meminis-
cences gives us an Interesting glimpse
of -The Martvr President:"
'Mr. Lincoln's careworn face I re
call to-day as vividly as then. At one
of his levees. In passing him I re
marked that It would be showing a
greater consideration if I were lo re
fuse his prolfered band, as he must be
weary enough of hand-shaking. To
this he replied. In never-to-be-forjrot-
ow:l. SAW if Shia wet ail that I
was called npon to do. hor wilting j
would it be done for all time: but to
lay 'No'' to the jaior unfortunates who
come to roe in the belief that 1 am all-
powerful to pronounce that little word
of onlv three letters, and who do not
nd will not understand that 1 cannot
act alwars as 1 wish, but have others
to consult this keeps me always un
happy. Air. Stanton irequentiy sunt
to me: 'Mr. Lincoln has the l.-ivt
heart of any man in tne world, and
lor that reason we have to watch him,
or the Southern women, with their
winning ways, would get his permis
sion to carry with theiu eiiu,ii;n con
traband guods to supply the. Southern
i i as . .
One circular, ono pan?, and one
band saw in tho saw- mill at Dubois,
Pa., the other day cut 17G,uu0 fuel ot
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
Uw IMUvcry SMirimHt-A HuiJrrt
la wfclrto iad mf Vnrylw
AlNMit five years 90 1 tuflVred (rum painful
unuaUioo aud ureal paiiii and csikuei iu Uie
lower part oC tu back, uio in Hit- limii, bul
twte 10 ttic luouUi, ttiift-utt at lood, aud givai
idrduJ aud bodily deuresston.
1 live al 'Jl lurk afreet jVrfc?)- City, aud ou
amviua- at buuie one ul(lit 1 tuuuii a cu ol lUi
Muktr AlMauaae UiU (iiJ btrti lell UuriUK
ttiaday. 1 nt Ue artmie, "VVul U tins Ui-
eaae Uiat UCouuiiK Ujku L?" It dtcrilred 111)
yui Ionia aud leeliuai tMiter Uiu 1 iuuil if 1 luu.
wrltieu ft wbola book. ) trouble ww Indeed
"Uke a Uuel 111 lite uiabu" lor it uad ix-vu ikm-
itig upon lue uoawarea lur )eara. I vwut lor a
OotUft ol tMUaer k,i trait ul KuuU, ur Delgtri
ayrup, uti ovivxe 1 uul istacu oue I14I1 u. u 1
ictl Ue eiculue frUel. luaicw mi.-s-sv3 1 v
Udt: ui) Old eU- i eu,otMl UjU U.bj Ui Iiki
susti Use uiiuax trvuOie VsunnUcd. 1
Milli"Uft ul pvvtne WrrU iin- iiirUi'.-lut- IIUjI)
to al ou lue 00 el, lu iukiu 1 tuiuunjiiU ana.
ftem hkLraci iu Uie tmukical p..inc itriu. 1.
ia lue gi-iitiesl, piea.-vaun.-tt, slt-il ana fturi-m
pursatltc Ul Usift HiufiU. iucuwiLucllJ4lc wum
ku swjU tUliU.'eu Cta UMelt. Oue limut uhjiv: 1
usve ail U e Uture txuLuuce lu tuis Uieuiciut:
uec.i il is preiATHa by lue auaat-rj. 1 u
casUui 10 tt areiirfioua iuau uiM:tl aiid 1 autn.
Use nUataers lor iucT isi. wuiteiJL suiu -u
tiostlucat mwanty. Vtuai Uy uuae lua) be
UlftHM M) UK IMsiMsV r . (a. ll.lUU
r ur svae by J.u(i(iftl aud by A J. uttc, W
GEO. I, WASSQN, Proprietor,
Located convenient to all branches
ot buaiueaa auutliaat of court tiouae.
iioouia large aud airy aud well-lui-uitUHl.
lieat alttiutiou giveu to travel-
111K public. UooU nuijiltj room lor
iAiUiUiercial lueu. iauib auppheU
wuu ili D4t tuo iu ark el ailorUa.
Haj k to and Iroto all txaiua. CUaruek
We will furuisb tuoue address the
Uii liuioud Likmuckat and the M. Jus-
Hli ja.ellcuuiuiiied, postage prepaid
at tlm fulloaiug rates:
The beuixiiLATaud the Daily lia-
zetui lor oue jrear i) Jo
Ihe DKMotiiar and the Weekly
Oay.ell0 lor one year 2 tfj
Ihe Dkmimhat aud Hit) bunday
jm.viwj .ui one jrear s JJ
The LIkmocuat and the Weekly
and bunday Gazette (three
paper.) fur oue year a no
Tbe ht. Joseph (iaxelte la Democratic
Id politics, and Is oue of tho best aud
lost tnduentlal papers lu the state
Its Weekly comprises tD pag-i-a l",t
columns) of excellent matter, and the
Dally liaxette takes rank Willi the
metropolitan newspapers of the coun
try, l or sample copies of the (iazelte,
address tbs Uaietta i'ubli.hiiig; Co., bt,
Joseph, Mo., or apply at the lUchuiond
,-..,.S- ri.Vw'T' "? '"7
II tcH with tifrtordifiiry tffletey M th
i and BOWE1.3.
AM EFFECTUAL SPKinC FOR
Mnlttrla, Monil Ciniplfitiiti,
)i sftw;rt, M k Hi uil.icliss.
inll-tij'N'ln. Iltllou-Iis 1,
ht'li"-y T- t'li-ni, ! ituiHin'i.
Jklrii.ttl Ir.-iiri'Mtioti, t "lie.
Ko Hoiisctiold Should be Without It,
Bli.1. t I t Din k it rtM'lv lr iiMinr-ti hi i u- c,
will n. .n mi Inuir ui Mid. Mux i.liJ
luunj u JtU.r in ti mt- uiul iliH'iuiV l.ii.t,
TMtnn IS BUT ONC
trw ynu Qt IS ani' (() r-d ' 2
OH vVopI of Wrifipuf. t9 ' puaawLasjgaM. ttf
J. H. ZCIL1N 4. CO.l(MCr1.,.to
PhiiwdtlDh'. Ha. I'MU IS. ai.iKl.
(HlKml'l lie ui'-t b f' v. m.iuthi before conOnnneDt;
tkul for book ' I'll MorntRn," nuilsM) frot,
' URADriXLO KtoCXATOB Co., AtlsUltA, Oft.
Vv ' i coirtitiliiU wlili. il
cii'tlfw TninKinil, It
if t.-trnlh to
'ao ore Hi's, ttij
ts n-1 li t. srulsri-
!.--..'. . ,- , ;. . T! -n "
rKRi i.L-h rr.n rit .luri-i,.-..!';.
tiiit-i c. -: vte.ni n" ej raia-i.t ti. - ,;-.c.ii." 'lsia-l
t)rutuot'- (!: - ly r- r . I. 4--!sl n at tiro to
kittly n.Vv Hit' criT'. i tDtnfo frmn lrlli""l ti
Won.anv i. 1i s-iiint t . i '.'(a.tu a I may (q
Utlvn tlDn' wit" u rr. ,-tftjtViy. l'rlctbls
K'Mt f.air nr AIL fttl UiiT. , .
rr:ii 1 Aims tr iwr Kn'l cn.i
V rirNiiiifct irilf, to lXf liuii'. pltHvnn
vurU v thir imu ,i"iitf i. i U) li T run
b-tiitet!y imtiti. Work nent by nwll any di
Caiift?. I'artli'iilHr Ir1. No iMnvaHin ii
iirf nt oiiov. LIIKM KNT A HI 0., Ui Wi!k
1.TF.IIM1 Al I HIISI HHsh : ,i
dn . F ItoUMI .A tO,
iu nirn mrtftji, nt m Turk id,
F irP.KI.Ks 1 LbTOK t.W NEWFA1'1-:U will
in Miit FKKE 011 application .
109 4 iU W. Ninth St., KANSAS CITY, M0.
Jr ftty Sptriaitft in th City uha is a Frokljr
Urmluait ia KtdiriKt. Orer iir' troeU-.t,
U ytarM tn Cktenqo
THE OLDEST III USE, UNO lOknCST 10C1TE3.
AOlttorlXPil tv Uw Nintr i iri nt
r Chronii., tr onmiinl " ti i il l v
nisilf or ffinait'- 'unt uniirnnt'-t ,1
or niii"v n'fiiii. lt-i. ( Imr.;. n li-w. " lioiivunl- .(
r.. -1 t-.in-il. r i.t-rlenct- tn I ki in man t. '. I 1,1, u.
C.i.r tr sT'imnnlt-s d lu tn hiic r.-ij t-r1
IxltiK Is.ihkIhU III H'V :. I It ui
r! ktc '' :iihil n-mlv "fur i
J. N" 'I' tt-ntinn fn.in lnisinw.
in i ir- i "'i ny u-iicr hi ii
1 i M-ry wlif-re fret f-.u. tt,.-
uir cant' ii-.. i s ml iur it-riun, tii.i
uii'l -uiitl-lf utiMl, it-raunuliy or Ly
iu-i.ifhi.-i OyfyJJX M-aU'd 111 piHti. . i.vi iui...
(''' 111 tiimirH. -vrry niRlf, from ibe Rau o(
l In V. fhuiiid n-ail UiIh liuok.
THE 6REAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE.
f111.ll m, (l.es rrli.r, ili-i
Hv inui.it 1. aii'l aln Ii. i1um
C t eroil t-tl luS(T.!i fl.i,.(-it
K-ul of vltri itaJLUii for L'lluulan
tsfl or a-l Ii...
Dr. HENDERSON. WO W. 9th tt.,KaMii.ity,Mo,
CHTAPESTEATINQ ON EARTHI
ASK VOUH OROOER FOR THfcMI
'rpn a CTi"Q'fsOiciiiiiiOwYCiijifc
J.XrtpJV O 1AKE NO 0THt BRANU.
1KASK FISH CO., ST. LOUIS, M0.
AaJ r, i this sal
tgsjja sMassH basMassI mmir
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
Cloth A Cold Binding
Ul fa. olib hlsrl Lafiaitag,
4IUU I HUt.
rr f 111 N ''II' Ali '.
VVurnm, W uu l
r iuu t ulti', ir
iiiMrrlK'M. "i 1 "
OU.IlS. tUI. Hi'
.iiVr"..-4 ..Vin'iifi,i IVrtuda . W.S
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1 r'.iii 1 'I'nii. iuii' mt r,r.-,.H,niif ... ..?
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It lis IIIIIJIll-lll. K t . I'.'.N- '."
I mri ntiti mii-, ( in;!., ,Mlunai..,. ..Ml
I'llf. ''.n.. -.r liiiic ...il
I dial ft II. htll.H I -i.l III Ihe II- ,lj .'.Il
1 .lllt( 4 I'IIkIi, '11.lt ul I 'inxlii.. ..Ml
1.1 11 erst I T. I.llli 1 ,)') atiLsi L'anr .Ail
. nulla I), hllitt 1 ''
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III-. . .1 II - ll. i.rl. I 1 -hi , t M
OPE C I FICS.
tu,ltJ III ''l II U I I K'Mt lill III.' lUV sliuu n',''n'.l!
roB ritiNTiNa of all
I Linda ut UiU office.
Groceries and Hardware,
7" -ver-p constantly on hand a largo nnd well snlcctcd Stock
of theso Goods, and the can oft. r 11 A PC A 1 VS. in f hut, line
that cannot bo obtained elsowhero in Hay coury Call and
I hoy will couviuco you, by giving their
Cor ncr of Camden Avenuo ftiid Main Street,
1Vj i' l rospocfully say that I
abovelini'S of goods. I will
w ishing to -buy to call and
SEE ME AND
Thanking my many friends
con.inuance of tho same.
Salt$l.ZH Vrvltnrvel. II
GCR'JBSZAFJD HORNS . MUST CO:i
Jluy iho Hornless, Hardy, 15eciy.UALLOWAYS.from t
Importer and breeder, ... 11!
l)e fimtpits City ffiimt.
1883. The Lo ading Paper of the West 1888
Tlir- sn-at nlillcu!
p a m p n i n which
open lliii fhll ku?
si'sls lo eviiy ono
that lu sli iiilil suit-sri-iho
'or 1 1 ts paper
which will irivu all
tlm new In dm most
ttttrai tivo slmpi'.
i'(i:-i. nntl it lliu s-lalilislii-il
lion lor publishing
ADDRESS 'THE TIMES," KANSAS CITY, MO.
biCJct tlic ISest Paper !
The .Staunch Old
Only ii5 1.5 ( a Year.
s"": - V,T1 '."' ""
0 R3. S. D. D AVI ESO N
ST. LOUIS, MO-,
The Great Specialists,
f TiilvsinH 4V.HnM nrMf.lt.l fj-.
I .. Mli. it. M H , S. w Vi.rk mi lneMFii, (Irr
$, Ixi In liifui rti llmir (msIii-iiIh uurl 'lliamllisit
-mi of Sr.(.i.l..rrl...lt l-.-l Mh.H..I Mn.l nil
MM rulliua ftuiu bJI' AbuK svud kiudrod
at ChiiiiirrhnHi n4 HT.hlH1a. Frimarr,
MtimUry mid l.,rimry trmli L iiw mn hiN'll-
nittlliiHla. liy Whli h navtlalLU sua aai.aatt muirn
naif. 1 !... ncimn rna, latcludlna
I of ..IIS.) -I.t
A'.AIUUICAL Hllhllkf. Sl.oU.
1 i ss 'Lou lor I
An iiauitl IfiuiH in Hi ierrfit (if Nmw
l--.ll lllHi v V.. !...( 'I r , i. ..J
. . . . . ' J ; v. 1 . a. . .v . ; v. . i
ll"iri j, t,U. d IUII DIWK Ul I, I1C ttJi
.lOtVJV Kill j:m
Juut received. 'J lieae nrth beat infcuitt.
tttli ftud icq MltiS l'OUD'b Uoodi.
keep a tcnnrul stock in the
not enumerate, but ask those
for patt patronage, I ask a
ni b Wire I I -land 3 1. (
Die brielifest paper
iu (lie west.
The We kly Times
from dale till Jan.
1, lSb'J, for one dol
lar. The Daily Times
rmj i 10 a year, 5 for 6
I'-;, J Tbe Suuilay Times,
.r-iii ia?e, i a year.
Six 3Iunths 75 cents.
i. i ii T..tc!
1 !...-:.. ... ,f col
is k pt in all
a the Aclaii'.iu to t
i f COFf U ft
COFFEE is k. pt in all Brst-olass
siorvs Iruin the Aiiaiitic to the Faoiao,
h novf-r yood when r-xposed to tho air.
Aiw.iy I -iv thii I. r.m.l in hermetically
ra..-.l UNiC l-CIU.N'D PACKAUi.
USED BY THE BEST FENMEN
bllurssallf. aua4 UstakaUtl.
M tamplat fax fiost-tMUil, m Ccou
IVI90N, LKIMH. TAVLOU, ft CO..
fa J 4.1.11 IU brXHulwfty. Turk.
An prFpamS at any and nil tlm toaccomodata
uie iieouia wim
bit::, Mill E::;::, Etc.,
Will fonwT pftMfncr tr any rtrtint rt"sitn.ft a
a monifiiu not lcs. Hnnafn Ixinrdi-d by day
Wfvk ur month, on rpa.tonaMr ti-rm.
CiiKloinpni may rt-ly jii jininniliifw, good turn
oala, aala tiontts aad uioueraia ctiarkva.
V. A. Pearson, Notary Public, 11. ft
L Junction, will att-u,l to all business
entrusted to him with care aud yroihut
oeoa. Chacta reasonable, 47-U
St. L::: d E::::: ilj
.. r,iMnlnit Ui m-saoo ltb th mtvhly plretrlr.
.iimr slrsnon. I. viB ih, ahi1, w,y.k,,. .
rl-a. .,.. (. k.IIIi, iiiwtcr.
Slnsairr Wj.nilus. Hniry K. im, Slaslt-r.
For LeiMwum, hauiasCily and all way land
SB n V" Sul. l. Uiuis. Uo.
W. o. Kurd, Aauut,
CaOHlta. Ma. 17.
I want to buy all the marketable Ft-rs
I UaT COUnlV. Hid Will Itatf lha .......
QUrtH'St Blirk.1 nHna In n..h .... . i
same. Bnag In your Furs and nut the
cash for II,
Offlcfl St th Wajumn ITnuu lnk.
1 u w H.U IHVU"
STJIOPE & CO.
OS W. Sth Mt.. Kaaa tliy,
bays to cluoe out over
1 cjri PiAKin.c:
aiMl lh-y will ru rtnnHss ol cost until January
1st, 167. Wr an utemUM-kKO, and ytm can g-t
ww vi,h at nail pru liy callina
early urwrUiu. Iur catalufiues and uncus, liar
aaiaa LBMMaaid luuid Fijui.m. llitiw ilua .
FAST MAIL ROUTE
Equipment and Speed unsurpassed.
3 DAILY TKAINS 3
St. Louis, Kantai City and Ihs West.
5 DAILY TRAINS 5
stod cholca of Two Rnutei tMtwfn Ht. Inh
and Tcxaa point. Frv nrlhniiK t'liHir ra
and fuilinau bullet blevfinK urH on all truiaa.
II, C, TOWNHKNII,
Oen. l'aas. & Tichut Akcht,
tt bi. Luula, Mo.
ciatica, Be ratchet, C on tr acted
Lumbago. Brraina, Uaaela
ttieumaUim, Btraim, Eroptioot,
Bartui Btitebei, HoofAU,
caidi, stiff Joints. Bcrw
Bitaa, Galti. Swinney,
BrQiaea, lore, fi addle Uaila,
Buaiona, Bpavia fUM.
THIS GOOD OLD STAND-BY
aeooraplUhm for ryboclr aaawtlr what ItrUmu-J
for It Oo of lb raauot tor th tin' ixiimlavrUj t
tM Muitanc Ualmant la futiotllntU HulTriul
Th I.aaibermaa baed it tn caao or aooltlmit.
Tba llaasewlt'e atdi It for aDwal family tine.
The Caualf r naadi H for bU tcamaaud hU mi-n.
Tba Met bit a la aoodj it aiwaja oa bU wurK
Tba MlaemeMjaHlncaaeof cmcrimcr-
Tbe llaeeraeAla it can't ct along wlibuut tf.
Tba Farmer aeaUa It In bit bouau, aitt aubla,
and hU ttnek yard.
Tba HtMHibaai ana a ar tbe Doatmaa needi
It la liberal aup.ly afloat an J nhoro.
Tba Ilorae.iaocler ntwda H-lt U bU beit
ftiind and eaftMt rvlluoce.
The HieRb-arawer neada4t It will tare blm
tbnuwula .f dollara aud a world of trouble.
Tba Hallraaat anna oeada It and will iimiI It
lotif aa hU llf la a round of aocldcuUand dw-tfara.
Tba UaekWaaalaaaaB neadx X Thar la aota
U) like IV aa an aatldota for the dangera to Ufa
Uinb and comfort wblob aurrcuod the filoiieer.
Tbe Mernbaat naeda Hatiout bla aloreamonf
bla atuikuja, Aoetdanu will bapen, and wbt-a
tbnaa aooia the Mutt-Ana; Unttnent la wauu d al urn-.
Keeee Betlleletbe lieae. Tia taa beat o(
aeoaotuy. ' f
Keep a Battle la tbe Faotarr Italoitneduta
m la eaaa of aeeldeal aavea pain and loaa of waara.
Keep a tteeiia, AlwarU tba eHable lr,
ta WftftUtfa .