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THLHsnAV, 11K0KMHF.H s. IB87
A paniphlft written l,y Mrs. A. D.
Whitney, against woman urTrafr", u
read bp fore the V. S. Jttnatf, Senator
Vest spoke In the senate of It In these
I hive rea.l It twice, (nil read it to
pure and jet'ile and Intellectual wo
man 1 lay Uwlnj It ought to be In
erery household to this broad land.
It ought to be the domeetlc gospel of
ever; true, gentle, loTlng, virtuous wo
man up in all this continent. There is
not one line or syllable in It that Is not
written in letters of gold. Krom be
ginning to end, It breathes the woman
ly seulieunt which has made pure and
great men and gentle and loving wo
man. Within. Iiehiud, antecedent to
a:l result in action, are the place and
oili -eot the wuman--hY the law of so-tnan-ltfe.
And ail iutiun of her deed
and duly shjuli Lo brought to this
lett, la It of her own iutenor, natura;
relation, putting her at her true advan
tage, barm rntoiis with tbe key to which
her life is s-tr 1 tnina mis sunragp
question must settle lUelf precisely
upon this ground prluclple, and that
nil argumeut should range conclusive
nround it. Judging e should lind
1 think, that not at the polls, where
I ue last utterance of a people's voice
li given where the reeului of charac
ter and conscience, and intelligence are
Bhown i her best and rightful woik;
un lhe contraty, that is uneless bete,
unless first done elsewhere. Hut w here
little children Kara to think aud speak
vhre men love and listen, and the
woild is forming Is the ofliee to till
the errand she has to do. The ques
tion Is, can she do bothy Is there need
that she should do both? Uvea uot
the former aud greater Include the hit
ler and leea
iters are indeed the primary meet
ings: is her nursery, her home, and so
' cial circles; with other women, with
young men, upon whose toue. and chat"
acter In her maturity her womanhood
and motherhood join their beautiful
Ld mighty imluence; above ail,
amorg younggirle the"littlew omen."
the em gu sud commission are de
scending -is her undisputed power.
Purify politics:1 l'urify the sewers
but what if, Unit, the springs, and
reservoirs, and conduits could be
watched, guarded, tilterered. aud then
the using be made clean and carelul
all through the homes; a better system
devised and carried out for separating,
neutralizing, destroying hurtful re
fused Then the poisonous gases might
not be creeping back upon us through
our enforced economies, our make
shift and stop-gups of outside legisla
tlon. For legislation is. after all but
cut-off, curb, and patch; an external'
troublesome, partial, uncertain appli
cation of hindrance and remedy. Whs'
physician will work with lotion and
plaster when be can touch, and control
and heal at the very seat of tbe dis
It is the beginning of the fulfill
trieut that women have waked to the
consciousness that they have not as yet
filled their full place in human life and
affairs. Only, has not the mistake
been made of contending with and
grappling results, when cause were In
their baud? Have they not let g,
tbe mainsprings to run after and effect
ually push wuh pins the refractory
cogs the wheels rniis?
Do you aak the governing of the na
tion? You have tbe making of the
nation. Would you choose your states
men 1 First make your statesmen.
Indeed, tbe whole cause on trial
may be summarily ended by tbe prov
ing of an alibi, an elsewhere of de
mand. Ja women needed at the cau
cuses, conventions, polls? bhe Is need
ed, at the same time, else where. Two
year of time and strength, of thought
stndand love, from some woman, are es
sential for every Uttlehuman belug.that
be may even begin a. life. When yon
remember that every man Is once alit
tlec bild, bom ofa woman' trained or
needing training at a woman's bands;
that of the little men, every one ol
whom lake aud shape hi life so
oome at length the band for tbe helm
the voice for the law, and the arm to
enforce law what do you want more
(or a woman's opportunity and control.
Not a lew ol the citizens of Mi'jouri
have reoeutly becoc? ,..fy excited
over the txrsding fact, that several
t tiatir" irieuds who had been pronounc
by their pbavtclaus aa iucurahle and be
fond all hope suffering wiib that
dreaded monster CousuuipUunhave
been completely cured by Ur. King's
New Discovery loi Consumption, the
only remedy that does positively cure
all throat aud lung di&easea, Coughs
Colds. Aatnins and Bronchitis, Trie,
botllos Ire at Taylor A Kwicg'a, Drug
bUire, large bottles ill. dec
A distillery in lUppahannock coun
ty Virginia, has lemptea twelve
tutnds ol btes f torn the path of honey
and wax made continued inebriau ol
them. iJelore the distillery was start
ed ther owner, a woman, found the
bees very profitable, put their periodi
cal visit to the still have made them
Typhoid, rrarlit aud Yellow Ferer
jtraales llipuliieria. hmall-pui, I hol
Darbjs 1'iopbj lactic Fluid will de
stroy the iuleuliou of all fever and all
contagious and lnlectiou diseases.
Will keep the atmosphere of any sick
room pure aud holesome, absorbing
aud dealruyiDg unhealthy tftiutiaand
cuuLagion. Will neutralise any bad
mrll whatever, not by disguising it
but by dulruyiug it. Use Darby Frc
ptiylacuc Kuid iu every ick-ruooi.
Silver may be dissolved in nitilc ac
ld, aud again reduced to a meUlic state
by addiug copper, alter removing ex
cess of moisture by evaporation. Gold
can be diaaolved in warm muo-muriat-Ic
acid, aud it may be lecovered or re
duced to a metallic state by precipita
ting copperas sud then melting the
precipitate in a crudi hie.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
t -. , .
TJie cost of milk depends upon tbe
coat uf the food, hence the more m,lk
received from a cow iu proportion to
food given, tiie ch'saper tire cjsi. But
unlias sum quarter be gneu a large
quantity of food muat be diverted to
creating Warmth fur the body and it
would therefore, be economical to keep
thecowsc'jmtortahlein order to cheap
en the coat by leaaeuiug lue amouui ut
loud require 1 tor bidily wamih. In
other worda, shelter Is food, as it pro
tect the animals against cold.
Children Cr for Pitcher's Castoria.
Tlptm County. Tennew. has
young woman who is attracting atten
tion on account of her remarkable
power over horse and other animal',
she can ride and drive at a moment's
notice homes and moles that no one
else can handle.
Slccplim nights male miserable with
temble eough. Million's Cure Is the
remedy for yon. Taylor A Kwlng.
A Nasal Injector free luTcach botlle
ol Mbiloh'a Catarrh Kerniily. I'rlce So
cents. Taylor and Kwlng.
In the course of hi remarks before
the Manhattan Temperate I nlon of
New York city, Ei-Uov. tt, John of
Kansas made soma severe stricture
upon Senator Blaine. Hi aubrect wss
Tnclean Things." and he reviewed
the remarks of the man from Maine,
advocating the abolition of the tobac
co and whiskey tat. tit. John conten
ded that tbe cheapening of these artic
les led the young Into vicious habit
He said that when Blaine declared to
barco to be a necessity, he "proved
himself a monster."
The great oooqueror of Indigestion
Dyspepsia, all Nervous Diseases aud
falling health. It is the greatest health
hmlrier hynnrf p-,ninH.i,n CTCT !
covered and the most certain and ab
solute preventative and cure for con
sumption, when used In time, ever of
fered to the afflicted. It performs
these marvelus cure by filling the
olood with richness and vital plasma
which rapidly heals all dtseaaed and
broken tissue and casts off all disease
from the; system. A trial bottle will
convince you. Trice 15 cts. Cold by
W. W. Mrwtiy A fon, Drugg sU. Drug
gists, Richmond. Mo. if
A tlisM Oitrno
IltT. Hugh (J. 1'eotecost, of Newark
is the minister whosaya, hen I want
a driuk 1 take iu" For Uie soul of me
1 can't see anything very remarkable
.n that, even in a preacher. lie would
be a fool to take a drink when bedidn
want It liut when be does want it
that's the time to take It. Kvenadon
key does that: and tbe donkey can't be
compelled to drink whei he doean'
want to. So you see, my son, there is
the diflerence between tbe man and the
donkey. Any man, parson or layman,
can do as the donkey, and take a dilnk
when be wauls it, or even refuse to
take a drink when he doesn't want
oue. But It tak-.s a man, my boy, to
reluse a drink when be want it And
when be has this control over himseli
ne can practice louder and more in
day than the Keverend l'entecoat can
preach In a year. Bnrdetta.
W. U. Iloyt X Co., Wholesale aud Ee.
tail Druggiiu ol Home (ja. aiy: We have
been si-lling Ur king's N'ew Discovery
tlectrle Bluets and Bucklco's Arxi -a
Salve lor lour years. Have never hand
led remedies that sell rj well, or rive
such universal satisfaction. There have
been some wonderful cures effected by
tnese meuicines in tbis city. Several
raHS of pronounced Consumption have
been entirvly cured by use ofa lew bot,
ilea of Drjiing's New DUcovery, uken
in couuecuon witb Lieclrlc Hinem.
guarantee ihem alaays. bold by Tty
iur a cwiDg s. dec
bbiloh s i ure wiil -nmediately relieve
vroup. h nojpmg Cou.-h, and Bronchi
li. laylor and Ktrta
For lame back, aide or chest, use 6hl-
loh i r"orous I'lasier. Price ii cents
JTsylor A Kwlng,
The wife of an army officer livii
in one of the uptown hotels is imbuco
wub the idea that her social position
is something above tbe reach of the
million. Beceully as she was going
un in tneelerator, workman and a
tax payer happened to be ber fellow
passenger. When the cage stopped
ne sieppea out in advance, and the
tady was provoked to speech.
"1 d have you to know, sir," she said,
that 1 am accustomed to have work
men stand aside and let me pas first
I am the wife uf an arm officer, air."
L go. are you, he growled, loekieg
oaca at her over his shoulder "Well
1 have been supporting your husband
for the last dozen years or more," and
he went off down tbe hall to fix the gas
pipe. aahington Critic.
let that cold of your run on. You
think it is a light thing. But it may
run into catarrn. Or into pneumonia
Catarrn is disgusting. Fneumoni
i dangerous. Consumption 1 death
The breathing apparatus must be
kept healthy and Clear of all obstruct
ion aud offenaive matter. Otherwise
there is trouble ahead.
All the diseases of these pan, bead,
nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs
can be delightfully aud entirely cured
by tbe use of Uoachee (isrmao byrup
II you don t know this already, thou
sands and thousands of people can tell
you. They have been cured by it,
and "know how It Is, themselves.'
Bottle only 7 cent. Ask your drug
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
you have a printtd guarantee on every
boiue ol bulob's Vitaiixer. It never
ails to cure. Taylor and Kwlng.
How BKIUFCU-Y the tariff baa
been constructed so as to do the farm
ing iuterest a little good aa possi
ble, and the w ulaoturing; interest
as much good aa possible, is illustra
ted in the duties ou leather, Leatb
er is made ol bides, aud hide are a
very importaut product of the Wes
tern tattle raising states. JJut the
making of leather aud leather goods
an hasten! industry, aud it de
mands cbesp hides. There is no du
ty on bides, therefore; they are t(J.
mitted free aud so Western fairies
bave to compete in Eastern market
with cheap bides imported from tbe
Argentine Hepublic aud other coun
tries of South aud Central America.
But the moment a Western bide
pasaea into the bands of an Eastern
manufacturer tbe protective tariff be
gins to work. There is a dutv of 15 to
ib per cent, on tanned leather, and
30 to 50 per cent, on manufactures
of leather. The tariff is ad rait I v ar.
ranged to admit foreign bides and
keep out foreign leather and leather
g'evds to give monopoly of the
iiome market to the Ktstern maim
lacturcrs, and deprive the Western
farmers of iu The Western bide ia
even hanjicappej with a tax of 100
M-r cent, on me salt tad to tbe animal
that furuisuid it I.aat year foreign
liiJea t the value of Cio,?0ti,00U
were imported into the country free
of duly. Mepublican.
Children Cry for Pitcher' CastoriaT
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
An ftstensl. tlnhhery t'nnsplraer.
John I'. Clark, of Kansas Cilv, recently
Slsneil a written confession in the pres
ence 01 iP.ioi-iives r rank lull an,l ttreelv.
Ratlins forth the detail of oncnf the most
TtenslT conspiracies fr rol,trr erer
formed in that city. Detective Tint nay
Clark Implicate,! fnnr others, one nf whom
Joseph vt asliluirna, whom h. charged
With romi.llcity in the Mealing of
twenty-eight Imp of flour, ami for
which he a a f,,nn,l ruiMt and placer)
nnner fl.'Mi lioniW. Ilia i.ln
of the rnl,t,erv was a follow.; tVa.h
Inirne, who keep a feed and train store,
' the fence, n, other Ihrea would
ascertain the consignees of the ram of
freight, vi.lt them and onlur a load nf tlx
roal, eorn or whatever Ihe ear contained
Tha reel of the conspirator, would then
eonvey the entire content, of thernr to
vt a.hliurnt'. place. Tha .u.ploion. of tin
yardmen were a laved l,y the order for
the nr.t loan, t lark .ays that therohhery
ha. Ian going on for a long lime, anil
thnn.an,!. of dollar.' worth or cnal, grain,
etc., have lieen .lolen and carried t,
Wa.hlmrne't place and told out at whole
rol hmitti ltn..,-ll, than whom no actor
of tha pre.ent day ha. ort-n.ioned more
hearty and Innocent merriment, will ha
Ihe lun-making nttrnctlnn at the Otvmpl,
1 neater In r-U lnl. during Chrl.tnia.
week In bi. new piny "llwitrhel," which
la ina be.1 air. Kn.ell ha. vet herf
Morrison Mumford of the Kana. Pity
yinie. wa. violently a..aulte,l a row rla
ago by Kd Corrlgan, the hor.e ninn.
VV m. Henna and W. II. tliilnter, wliili
on a bunting expedition recently in South
we.l Missouri, arc'oeiitly shot and kill
each other In a mo.t .inaulnr mnnner.
An Innocent I ittle or ion recently r-nu.e.
a tig row in the Ft. Jo.eph public school
ant mill it nece.ary r.,r the tar,l
spend three dav. in eveml-vo .,..ion.
An interesting au.l .uoce.vful reviva
I. in progre.. at the rhael in Kn.t l,ex
Ington. which I. under tbe manAgetn.nt
the Fir.t Treihyterian Cbnrcb. Hey.
I rowell, mt.ionary of the Ijifnvette
and John. on Baptist Association, I. doin
the preaching. In more aav. than one
he a big preacher, lie f. only thirty-foar
years of age. stands five feet eleven inches
in faM stockings, nn.l weliis 2.t pound..
Tha reKrt of Ihe city treasurer of Hf.
Joseph, which will be presented the tlr.l
of the year, will show that since April an.
lsfft, when tbe cliarter of the city was
ehangsd from the old spnrinl charter to
city of the second class, fli.ViW in old oily
teripnas neen caile'l in ami cancele,, leay
tng outstanding only alnut Sj.A ni, wbic
ha. either len destroyed or lost In ad-
anion to mis amount ?M,',i.2 bns been re
deemed In whit warrati's and Judg
ments, making a total or ta,!s,4, whicli ai
tbe time it was made was floating indobt
eoness, now canceieo.
Chas. Edwards, night telegraph oper
ator at tha I'niou depot at r-'L J,,-eph, got
into a quarrel over a game nf enrds In a
saloon a few days ago, and stabbed Chan.
Kirk, a brakeman on the (Iraiid Island, in
tbe back of tb neck, making a gab six
Incbas In iengtb. Tbe left part of Kirk1
head is paralysed, and be can not recover.
T. A. Buscbbauni, of Ht. Louis, commit-
ted suicide a few nights ago at Hulsr1
Hotal, Lou iville, Ky., bv taking arsenic
and chloroform. Tbe body was discovered
by a porter, who went to his room to
Tha bricklayers, to the numler of .even
tr-6ve, working on the Amencnn Natlonn!
Bank, tbe Board of Trade building and the
Midland Hotel, at Kansa. City, struck
few days since. The Hricklavers Union
ordered the men out The reason assigned
is tbs employment of non-union men on a
bam near the flute line tiy Ilia oon
tractors, laylor, batldon A Edwards.
A fearful discovery was made in
shanty in Kansas City a few day. as
An unknown woman, with a child two
Ikiontbs old, bad ben living in the shantv
for some time, l-or several days the
woman bad nut been seen. Finally a resi
dent or tba neiL-hborhorMl went to tbe
sbanty. A horrible sigbt met his case.
On the floor lay the body of tha Infant,
ana near It the mother in a dvingcoudi
tlon. Tb child bad been dead three davs.
ueaiu is aiirtuuiea to starvation.
A wealthy young man's existence and
ad tadlv at Kan-as City a few days ago
when Panda W Hopkins died, at tba aire
or iwenly.aigat, from the erfects of poison
aelf-administered. Hands Hopk n was
on of tha bast-known man in Kansas
City for bis years. Hit atretic axnloits
bava bean gotstp?d about, and tb news
occasioaea llttl surprise, though much
comment. utnid was thought to be the
natural climax of a lira full of ouaar In-
cidenta, extravagance and tragedy.
Receiver Stephens of tba Fifth National
Bank of St. Louis says ha expects to be
able to pay a dividend of fifty cents on
tba dollar of approved claims In Feb
BL Lonia soolety Is considerably stirred
Bp over twoexpocted weddings that failed
to materialise. In one instance the ex
pectant brideruum overreached himself
by hinting to bis father-in law elect test
SJJ.uou wou'd he a more convenient dowry
than th SIS.inju promised, and tb mer
cenary wretch was at once tired. In the
ptber case tb brid to be narrowly ea
cape being linked to a visionary, who
mad promises involving vast amounts on
a bar l,5ou salary. Ho narues.for obvious
Frederick Rilrnopdcon a wealthr farmer
of Lone Ja, k, has len adjudged U b of
nsouna fnmd, and Jud. a (iuinotte.
Kansas City, ordered lum to b taken to
tb new tn.ana asylum at Nevada. Ed.
Inondson's antics th past few years have
occasioneo mucn talk In tbe neighborhood
wuera ne nvro. tie was in the habit ol
getting out of bed in th middle of tbe
nlgbt and walking several miles regard
less of the weather. On on occasion be
went from house to house and announced
that ba was Christ. On another be de
clared himself to be th President of the
United States, and displayed a paper con
taining what purported to be the names of
his cabinet. Iluring tba examination Ed
mondson attempted to burl an inkstand
at tb clrk of the court, for wbom b had
previously professed great friendship.
nanta caus is en route.
Tha death of 11 Iss Cassia Rmallwood. an
old resident of bt Joseph, is announoed.
lleceesed was born In bt. Joseph. Decem
ber 10, 1A aud alter leaving Kt. Joseuh
moved to Wnthenn, Kas., and then to Han
Jose, Cel., after tba dtath of her fathor,
several years ago, to live witb her sitter,
Hart Christopher went to St. Joseph a
few days agu, and sending forHhvnff An
drfaaogave himself up, stating that be bad
killed Dick Bultlran, a farmer living nin
mile southwest of town, in self d ens.
Tb two man wr at a preyr.metlng.
and Sullivan was creating a d.aturbanoe,
which lad up to lb homioid.
Tb saloons at Kansas City ara now
Man's Powsr Ovsr Nstur.
from tb Popular ttclsaoe Muutbir.
Nothing, perhaps, so strongly char
acterizes this century a the air uce
man it making In erplortrjg. urder.
landing, and obtaining a mastery over
nature. This process of mastery could
scarcely proceed in a more lnstiuctive
ay than by tracing I ts stages in the
instance we have cansldered. The
Ips and the two isthmuses illustrate
it in a uot uulltting way. it Is saft
probably, to say that tbe power to ex
cavate earth, to excavate and blast
rock, 1 fiom Ave to ten time a great
aa when a man, wholly uuknown to
fame, landed with a handlull of bis
countrymen where the city of I'ori
Said now stands and began the exca
vation of buez.
In regard to tbe present enterprise
upon tb American lslbmus, if we
take into account iu magnitude and
tbe dillicultie involved, it represents
without a donbt the greatest etlort in
tbe line of indrusty and peaceful
achievement man yet put forth, lie
Molinari, tbe Belgian economist, com
puted that th stock of machinery for
tb excavation represented the labor
of half a million men. buch a I act in
dicates how far the process of conquer
lug nvlure has been carried. Ihe
world t watching' with no doubt a
dfgree of .-epliciam, the way in
which the remanin g work ia being
done, and in acieu .iu circles especial
ly au euger intcital wni continue to
be manifested i.i tine great skill aud
inventive g cuius agamm fie forces
and obstinacy of nature, li may be
protracted, but it must 10 in the end
Children Cry forPitcher'$ Castoria.
"Ihe moon of Mahomet arose, and 1
shrill set," snys Khelloyj but If yon will
ml a botlloot Dr. Hull's Cough Nym
in aomc hnn.ly plnco you will bave
ipiick cure for croup, coughs, andcolil
The rljfhth wnmlcr of the world.
benighted man limping with rheum:
ti.m who hnd never heard of Salvation
Oil. Trice Vo oents a bottle.
The A. O. U. VY. In Missouri havi
lit, Km i members. The Illinois Juris-
,li, thin ha tlnrly-lwo member more.
Wyrwp mt rig
Is .Nature s own trite laxative. It Is
the must easily taken, and the most ef
fective remedy known to cleanse the
System when Hillloiis or Costive; to
disiHl Heailaehe, Colds, and Fevers:
To cure habitual constipation, Indiges
tion, riles, etc. Manufactured only by
the CnliforninKigSyrup Company, Sail
Francisco, C.tl. For bale by Smith A
If tho lrd s love was confined to
charity givers' there would be a good
many people In the world who would
never hear the rustle of angel's wings.
'twwfimpttoa. Shrrorula, tilsrml
Debility, Wasting Disease of Children,
Chronic Coughs, and Bronchitis, can
he cured by the use of Scott' Emul
sion of i'ure Cod Liver Oil with lljpo
phospliites. l'rominent physician use
it, and testify to it great value, I'leaae
read the following: "I used Scott'
Ltnulsiou for an obstinate Cough with
Hemorrhage, Loss of Appetite, Emscl
atioo, Meeplessness, Ac All of then
have now lei t, and 1 believe your Emul
sion has saved a case of well-developed
Consumption. T. J. Findley, M. D.
Lone Star, Texas. -1 bay for several
years used Scott' Emulsion, and find
it to act well iu Consumption and
Scrofula, and other condition requir
ing a tonic of tbat class." J. li. Hi R-
to.n, Valdosta, (J a. inAt,
Nellie Arthur's Medstty.
A t cry remarkable slorv is told iu
bunriliiig school circles nliont Mis.icl
lie Arthur, the duughter of the late ex-
preside ni. Mic was at M rs. Lockwood
scluMil, ami hud been there ayear when
one day she was missed by her little
chums, who crowded around the prin
i-i:U alter the opening exercises to
know where she had gone.
" here's Ncllr"" ihey said.
"Why, don't you knowf" said the
ldy. "Her father, General Authur,
died last niglit.M
Was her father General Authur?'
all aked as with one voice. "Was
she the resident's daughter?"
Miss ellie had never hinted at what
most girls would have told before any-
au women look attractive whan
their color and complexion i clear. If
your skin 1 tallow, eye dull, you art
bilious, oecure a box of William' An.
tranan Herb pills, take as directed.
and the feeling of languor will leave
you, your eyes brighten, and you are
another woman. Try them. Price m
cent, sola by Smith St I'atton. DT-ly
Why will you n gh wnen Shlloh't
lure will give you Immediate relief.
trice nenrs, N cents and 11.00. Tsv
n au'i Kir nir.
Tho crying need of tho pie eating
public is a plate that will make pie
crust a nine more tender than an over
shoe, ana will prevent the man who
eats half of a mince pie before going to
bed. from seeing all his ancestors back
to the monker.
Tfaea Baby wss sirk w gave ber Csatorla,
When she wss a Child, so mad for Castoria,
Wbssi she beoam sf Iss, she along I Csstarla,
When ah bad CbUdrsa, sb g v than Gastaxta,
I'p east they have justice down to a
line point. A little boy was arrested
at Hartford the other day for the theft
of some turnips from s farmer's wagon,
It appeal ed that aubsequeutiy the farm
er sold the lot as a bushel, and aa that
wan the iuuntity before the theft the
boy w as discharged.
KallarUs Ssss XjtsUsseat
litis liniment is anositive cure fur
Hheuiiiutisin, Neuralgia, Lame Hack,
iMirv. Chest, Old Skires, Wounds.Sprains
and all liruiscs. It is the most pene-
ratmg liniment in the worliL It will
tore contracted muscles to their nat-
rul elasticity; rubbed on the throat it
will cure the worst case of croup. It is
an absolute specilic for corns, bruises.
chapped bauds, etc. Ladies will hnd
t particularly effective in Lame Back.
Suillh it Tattoo, Agent. Janx
How I Fit Cat
People who are boring for natural
gaa on specific lot they desire to
make valuable, aa though it is prob
able that a gas producing creyasae
is located by nature to suit tbat spe
Every considerable system of hill
supposed to bave bad an internal
ruption which bas left an old bidden
scar iu tbe shape of a rift. Tbat rift
must lollow the primitive formation
of tbe earth. Tbeae rift ara tbs ou-
ly passage known to geology tbat
as csn bave. Then why not oper
ate with respect to their existence
iu tbe prominent upheaval in which
those ancient crevasses are surely
i'JJtu. Locate oue of these point,
nd then bore on line either south
west or northeast of tbis initial point,
beginning at the foot of the bill or
primitive formation and above the
valley formed by erosion. It it to b
feared that tbe idea of stored gu
11 continue to mislead the country.
Always generating and always es
caping, it will continue to produce
earthquakes when confined, nd
leave old rifts on trie earth to de mon
strata its power end to serve as sale
ty valves until they becme firi8ly
load, when again and again we
ave quakes aud new fuuurus, &c,
mil tbe end of time. These srs
acts recognized by all experienced
uartz miners of the western gold
regions, slid such aa we shall proba-
my nave to recogius in the future.
Are you inaila mlwralili) bv Intllstr
tlon, Cousiituitiou, Uiuioaas, Loss ot
PlH-tfU), Vcllowriklnf Ublloh's Vital.
iznr is a pDalllw rure. Tavluf & Kwlnir.
riliilob's Calan h HtimuJy a poaltlv
cure lor C'atarrb, liijjlliurla aud Canker
Moutli. 'lavlor anil KwIlst.
Ch il d re n Cry forPitch o r 'Csto rlaj
Miss l WrM Over.
I was limited t a conversation
overheard Saturday at the entrance
of' big atore between a pretty
daughter ant) an Imposing mother.
They were looking in the handsome
window and mademoiselle said:
"11 'a go out of tbis tlriz1" a nin
"Annie." said mailatne,"if you go
in there youll buy something; you
know you will, you've overdrawn
your allowance now and your fathct
doe not want you to acquire bus
ines habit about your money, 1
wouldn't throw myself in the way
of temptation if I were you."
And the old lady made A move as
if she were going on.
"Msms, you are just as big a giri
a I am. You want to aee all the
pretty thing. You know Laura tol l
us about the loTely new tailor-ma, it-
suit here; so come on, and I prom
ise you I'll not spend a tx-nny."
They went in and to did I. They
went Uh-ing and Ab-ing shout iu the
usual feminine style, until they came
to a department of imported fancy
goods, fans, card-cases, scent-bottles,
and anch elegant trinkets. Their
eyes fell on a pink fan trimmed with
ducbetae point-lace; then they turne.1
and looked at each other, "Just my
thade said one; such an uncommon
match, "said the other.
'O' course a white fan isn't j-ist
the thing with that dress, "sofil
remarked th e daughter. "And it
a perfect coaturae all but tba," re
gretfully announced the mother
"Let us sea the pink fan," demanded
both together of the salesman. "The
only one of its kind in stock, "declar
ed tbe astute reader of feminine
hearts. The two looked into eac
other's eyes desperately and breath
ed, Just to think ol it: 'simultaneous
ly. "I'll tell you what it is, Aniiit
said Annie's mother. "I can't
you lose tbat fan, aud I'll lend you
the money to get it, and we'll not
ay anything about it to your father
So much lor lemiuine resolution
and maternal discipline in the face
of overwhelming temptation.
New York Graphic
BtUlaa-tVa BtitkMBi ttyrnv,
Mours Barber Bros. Lavvmicv, Kan.
writes: W always rucomLuniti liu
lard's Hon; hound Syrup to our custo
mers because it gives betttT satisfaction
than any otner Cough Syrup we Lav
ever sold. Ballard's llorehound Syru
for Consumptiou, Cough, and CuM.-,
will preserve the health and aM luii;
yean to lue. liu. lard s llurehuuutt
Syrup not only cures Consumption, bu
Coughs' Colds, Bronchitis, A?tluuu,
Hoarseness and all affections uf tin
Throat, Chest and Lungs yield at once
to its wonderful curative powers.
you donbt it get a Free Trial liu u to at
Smith A l'&t ton's Drug Store. Jau l
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
tav lwtlyjry pwimtml-A abci
Lb wMr fnm.i ar trij
Atttttt At year Ntjfu I sultered from psimiu,
uiituuioo aod (real paius auu wetkueM iu ui
kuw part of my tuck, uiu In Uij liuitn,
Uric lo Um bhniUi, tllt.u5 atluuii, atad .re.
neotal ud DodUy dt-prwHo.
I Uve ml Ml York UroH Jersey City, and
arrit ltm svl iioiuo utw mgut i luuuti m cupy ut tin
hmw Alia-. UitU tuHl betn leu tluniiK
Utadaj. I nawl Um article, "Wiiu u tin. iii
Uiat is (joun4 Lpuu Lb?" it tJcftunwsl uij
yuiUMu. ana Uwiiutf. twitcr ihu i cotud it I nau
wnueu twlwIwlHWa. my truuUitj wm UideV'
'like a Uuol iu um ulah. lor it Oiwl beeu slum
las' upoo ue ufuwavrutt tot ycni. 1 t-ut tor i
IhHUc uf S-aUkeri faAtntct uf Hwtl. ur At-mel
orup, uu ucturv 1 Um1 ttakvu uue-U.iii ui it
Icit Uiu ioiuj run:!, lb lew week 1
,ke my uld mil l euiuyed uid mstejuja ui tuu
uy Kiiiic)t oot rvuutvivu tone tua uri-ugti
iu umj ui iLsavi uwuuia vusaucu. i v kui.
Miuiuus ul Lui.e uvcti xjiiit) uicil.ciae nuin
to ltd uu Um uvmvt. iu litem 1 uutnuiuuu aUl
ker auirttct m U10 ktruutjest uumiuiu urui. ,
Ult9 ktllUWi, UlCatAAaltC.l, MaJc.l ttua mft. .
puntaUlvii ui uiiia wutsO. luciuuslticiicttlt: vsimi
ii ui4 ctiliurcu uiity u.e IU One puiui iuuic. i
iiitcituuf siwi. tuuuueuM) iu ksuia luvuiuiut
LimuMiM It IS itreuarea Ui um OUatrri. 1 uu
CiaUW U U llUiltlUUS ILUtil Uij KU asilU 1 Hllllil I
UM ClUwaVBT lUf UMIf aUNU,CUU3UswCUC uid -iriti
DliaUDCM IULKXUy. V,U4Vl UtKi ill-avO lliJ IA
UUkisMl by Ul sUUlK. Vs. ll. ll.al.1..
tor Btu. y ui-tiKKist aiiu vi Jk. l. ,U.i., in
MBTABH3BMO J.V 1M3.
THE OLDEST AND BEST
Biz Regular Editors: Bcecial
Correspondents at Home and
Abroad; Stories, Reviews, Con
densed News, Departments for
farmers, merchants, Hankers,
Professional Men, Students,
Soys and tiirls.
This year the Obsekvkr will
publish more than
IFTY PRIZE STORIES,
and the ablest and most nnnular
writers will contribute to its col.
umns. Poets and prose writers,
authors, editors, men of science
and women of trenius will fill thn
columns of the Observer, and
it win give nny-two unexcelled
papers in the coming year, ,
Price, $3,00 a year,
aft! ... m r nft '
GREAT INDUCEMENTS FOR 1888.
lltaMW TOmiOB EBVER will tie sn
tot ob ysar to aaj slsnmas Dot aow a
ubspvlbar, for OKS OOLLAH.
. an j snbaoriber smdiii bis own siibscrlp.
tloa lor s jtmr la adTanoa and a saw subsonbar
wtta t5.ao, oaa ban a oopr ol tbs " irmsBua
Vntm." or " Ta LUs o( Jerrv MoAuiej."
a wwui an tba OBSERVER for to n.
auiaoar of tbis raar, aad to Jaauarr 1. iss. to
tor BSW nibsortbev sduia us bis name aod
Solraas and ts.00 la adTanoa. To such sut
sorlbars w srtU also alvavttbar tb volum of
"Inoenis iaaMrs" or "lbs lata of Jerry
Asvots wantsd svsrrwliara. Llhsral tans
Isn aommissinns. Samsls oopr fraa.
Addnts. : '
NEW YORK OBSERVER, !
We will furnish to ooe address the
Richmond Djusoccat and tbe bt. Jos
eph Ciazett)oomblned, postage prepaid,
at tbe following rate:
Tbe Democrat and the Daily Ua-
lotto (or on year 8d bo
Tba Democrat and tb Weekly
GazetM lor on year i X)
The Democrat and lb bunday
Gazelle for on year 2 30
Tb Democrat and tb Weekly
and bunday Uazella (three
papers) lor one year a 00
Tbe bt. Joseph Gazette ia Democratic
In politic, and 1 on of tbe best aud
most influential paper In the state
It Weekly com prises ten page (72
columua) of exoelleut matter, aud me
Daily Uexelte take rauk Willi the
metropolitan newspaper of tbe coun
try. For (ample eopte of the Gazelle,
addrea th Gazette l'ublisbiug Co., bt.
Joseph, Mo., or apply at th Uivhmoud
It trH with triordinary fflc.ey on th
i - .and BOWEL3.
AN EFFECTUAL SPCMnC TON
Mnliirln. IIhwi'I f ..tiii1-..nti,
ll.Vifiilt, rxck I it-r it hi It,
Con-Hi.Mti'-n, Hiit.-K-.ti - j.
Kliltii'T AH. rtlona. Ji.ni.illrr.
MetttiU Lt'irt"iii, ( !!,
Fo Household Slionld te Witiioat It,
ti I. Ly t.-,ti -k't n-ii'lv V-r
m -inf in in un li'.-ir i if nri. ;
Hiktuy a ituliar In Hhh uml .t.H'i.n ,
THE RE IS PUT ONE
SIMONS LIVER EEGULA7CH
tss thst yos get IhBfjsnulnswIlft rsd "2"
n (Vent ef Wrsppsr. Prt-psisd ns!y by
J. H. ZEILIN 4 CO., Sl Prrp,, -!,
Pk,lsdslph,s. Hs. I'lt 1 1' i'', 01 .on.
A BPECI1 IC l oll
I SMja.,aissra.s. . . . , .ss
Pslnfi.l - upprssuil "R"
If tki-n String th rilANf.fT p T tf'F (-t
nffiTiiia; hik! itmirr ill iii 1 f ""'fiini Kn
kvuk " M liAU TO Wmm," to ito I t. f
Baufrtctn Ittoii ,tvu u, Attar.n,
T-,-f -lfv ri r'' "'' t'ni:'(iial'iti w hit il
t w.n.nikin'1. l
r in -e t nf nuil elrpiifrtn ta
i!. .3 tn rlr.e oruani. nnJ
eTTCt flinfrn"! ilfFr'l'fTl' Htl'l Irn'iulntU
li--. ltl-"(.-.r'vi , '.r , Tlvusol
HCBRi:i.l,'l F'.MAtC IMC tnr'nir;iirP(
..i. ti"- ::ii'ri,.'"ian'i
!( a I'll nit tiro to
I.4IHKN f..r o,r h.ill
s I unit, to tukf lliil. i..'
wurk at their lt"i.is. t t.t .t ih-r tU .-an
k )utfti in t nr. nuin bi in n inii ith) oh
'nn-t. I'.vticni.'ir in.- Nn cim a.nnif, ,,
1r-Hi M on.-.', t UK'liNI Aid UJ,, U7 Mlti
t.. ftiioron. W,Ls.i ll, it .-. i ro .
IATtV:.lIMJ Att I HI uttl ail
tin ' ii;o I Hu f.l.l. A I'll .
IU hirii hlrMl, Svw l urk ity.
PorSKI.Kt I LIST OK NEWl'Al'KUH will
109 A VI W. Ninth St.. KANSAS CITY. NO.
pit tnly Sprfiilitt in tfr City vhn i$ a Frfnlar
braJtsaU m Xrimnr (Prr yctrt' iactutt
tJ nart in (Tlifttyu.
THE DIGEST IN AGE, AND LONGEST LOCATED.
ft J i,'-"" , Ntv.ai I.h'iiiv. rttM,M-A
-V's lH--"l,rT..ii.lS'filitn-.. ii'. rv
trl kiTiil,('ii-inry inffjM.fi. hikI mi ! t
K'L'wjJr ull tf'iD.Ks or els-:.-, h, .-iiiiPr
' Tmii'h or f.-ilm!... I .lies i;:.at(.titt t tJ
or mony rffuml.-il. rimrM-.-s lnw, 'I iiun-, ,11-1. ti
ea fiir.il, F..itcii'',' ij, hii(jt,rljiiit. All int .ll
cum urt RTinrnriK-i il to tit tmrc u;nt I'Ht.-m innsi,
tH'liiu r.iii)i..iuiitil iii my (ti-rfirtiy Hiiiluit4
lalKtraiory. ami urr fiiriiixlM il i t-mly fur nsj, .n
rannlHK in 'initf n'nrfH tu tiavf u nr'.-rt ,ii n ik
irrl(jtiiiin llll.-.l. Ni. uicrrnry or I" h iih -h
cinri ns"l. Nudi'ti'iitHin fr-.i.. itti-Hif-s. I'tt'lxnt
t tullst nnr tn-tit-il i.y h-K. r uinl cxjiri'ss, n, .-,,-
fellltkttldl IrSMS Ullll CUlltlllelltlail- tllTuinulllr r,r ki
If tlvr. '
A W pnifc RAnTiT F" Both Hrnpw, m-at
IlliiniraU'.l sDlUIV. tt. uid itl ,,.lit , ... . , ,..)ltJ
f.r W III lall.tw. lIViTV liniilj, ftviu lil tatJO ol
1 to V. Hl.xuiti ivtwl (liH Imuk.
RH t U iV. ATIS1Y1
THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE.
ifIo'VTn K1,Mf"'i K'!.:,' V.:.sT ' 3
aii 1 .1 taar aiKk nwip Svl Mfiular. ajyj
dVVhENDERSON.I09W th St.. K. ,,., I,. Mo.
CHEAPEST EATING ON EARTH!
AJK YUUK UKUUtll "U I rl t M I
'fflTJ A QTT'Q' TH! OmCIMALAMO ONLY ClKUt(
litiiOlV O TAKE MO OTHER BHANU.
T&.U.K Jt-IBii 00.. T. LOUli, M0.
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
Cloth & Cold Binding
Ii4 1't, ollk OUvl IttifMUsh
or PHIKrlfaL Hut.
!- vrJ. Omni
I rilnu 4 uHr
llittftltery, (.ri,iuu Idlintin L
fin It r Mtirl'iiv, nii .iiinj
itl(.rr.. A '.r Piiliifnl I'rrlodl .
l,Ur; t .... .-..-!
t rtitui, I '.-i.s-U. I Ml,' it Hit ti !.,! ...
-Mil Mtlftllll. I 'J-l,-.a. 1 ... U. .'a1
IILrilK.ltlis.Ml. Hi.- ,li.C l' -
n tl ad .r.
llifl'lltf (.null. Vmifiit I ,ia!ia .
l.t-ltritil llrl.liU ,I'Hmi tiutiU. .All
.-r.im II. I-UIIV .
I rinart H . tkm W miiii, h. 1
SPECIFIC S .
h,,.a ! i ' i- -1
ia -HI nrlllti in' mint IVI. tl. luUrult.. si. Pi r.
7 OB riUNTINU OY ALL
) kinds t tliit) oulce.
m ICE &, SONS,
Groceries ai Hardware,
of tlieso Goods, and the can
uml, cnttuut un utitainea eisewncro in liev tcvrv toll ana
...ill : i .1 . "
nicy nm uuiiviiiuo you, Dy giving ineir
J, 1 QUESENBERR Y,
Corner of Camden Avcnuo and Main Street,
W i ll I respecfully eay that
abovelinea of goods. I will
wishing to buy to call and
SEE ME AND
Thanking my many friends
continuance of tho same.
Salt $l.no E'er Barrel.
SEWT FREE !
OF THE TEN-PAGE
The following comparative statement of a number of the most Dromt-
nent WeekllM publtshel in the Uaitd
hhl.Y tJI.UH.MKMO) ItAT in rfom 2.
Tiie Weekly Globe-Democnt, SI. Lous, Mo.
1 kly Timt"
limn, HI. lmlH, Mo
r.i-.-.iii,( 1 1 1, ji tt u, Ml
tunr ftiifliiiiiitl. o.
Illt-n-tHl t.Rl-lll', t loclliuitti, tJ....'.,
New York Cliv. .
i'-l Sun, :
New Vorh ny .,
''Kiy r r
Vcirk 4 it v
1 . C:!'ja25 cf Salia hi
Pricoa of the other EDITIONS of the CLOBE-DEMOCRAT
DAILY, per annum gli'.oo
TKI-WKEKLY, per annum fsoo
SEMI-WEEKLY, per annum f3.00
1'ostmasteit and Newsdealers are autburitia to take sub
scriptions or send direct to tbe
GLOBtf PBINTISU COMPANV, ST. LOUIS.
Tiie Oldest Wagon Factory., the City.
BURGESS & HATFIELD,
Successor to II. C. BUKGKSS.
FARM AND SPRING WAGONS,
BUGGIES- HARROWS, PLOWS, &C-
SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to Painting Busf-ies, Wagons, &o.
Given to IIOIIS US UO F. IA (i, in fact everv thing done in the
li'.bt Possible manner, by Scber and Experienced Workmen,
tJfro.ns a Call and Examine Our Stock and Trices
before purchasing elsewhere,
BURGESS. Sl HATFIELD.
Buy your Drugs and Notions
The Leading Druggist In the City.
Stock always full. Drugs always Tresh.
Trices always the Lowest.
Co mo in and See for Yourself..
ST. LOUIS, MO-,
The Great Specialists,
Mitntsor nf rnlranlty rVillac Rnrlt1, Vom
don. tnnl.nd, M It , N York nd sio. Ofit
iii isn r. tn-m to In for m thttlr pMinntn and ulliara tbat
Ui-r can la o.pnultt h nrrMjiooi1iioi In ail
(DsaM nf Hf-firtiittUirrhtM. Ial Mauh'xxl ahi all
d laHnasM rMulUiif Iron ItoltAbiM tvad kladrM
uittiMdm bj wlili b tsatlaUalai tu M4 anwh
1 airiuiiaiirB aTM,
iBliistlluu nf urtnat. U '
rbtHirattiin am Narruusi Itssl.lHt anl
aimr, A.lHr., Dn. I O. DAVllOMf
ltD7 0lltrt It. Loult, Mo,
UtaVluMlCU HVUtVIL MaUo k4ia a.i
Ali.ss Hiou Ford
As usual leads In the receipt of Nsw
Kail Milliimry, Notions, Trlmmliigs,
llnsery, iio, A full stuck of tbe cel
ebrated JOUVIN KID GLOVES
Just received. Tbeae are th beat made.
Call and te MlUb fOUO'B (joodj.
ofW JiAHGAlNSi in that line
I keep a general stock in the
not enumerate, but nsk those
for past patronage, I ask a
Barb Wire I t-'2iindS I- f
Stitea nhnw conclusively that tbe
to 50 PEK TKT. TIIK PHKAPKST
10 Paget j 70 Columns I SI Per Yet.rl
I'ort Pfr Vfmri
l lit l a, V .
! ( 'iliuiuii
ji 'W rer leHri
Si t IVr Vs-arl
l m j- Yearl
-i -w lr Yrl
-i to jr Yrl
I M. i
Matter ia F:::r i lis G.-L
tismo on a packape of COFFEE la a
guar ante ol ejtuel.onc..
OOFFKE Is kept In ail ftrst-clasa
atorvti lium th AUatio tu tiie fmoitio,
Is nvr good when exposM to th air.
Always buy thiH)jr.iuriinharmtlcnll
falod ONE FOUND PACKAUfcti,
USED BHHE BEST PENMEN
I ot llini.rn, m ,1.1,
t sUWaair, sd UwaallUr.
se tanplss (or Utsl, post-paid, 10 ksots
, . ..A.if, 1 -frt.'-T'-i- t-i . a
ivmom, susimm, ravLoa, a CO..
tSS snS 7BS Srosdwsy. Hvsr York.
EIOHMOSD, MISSOUKI. -
ir trared t any nIlt tlmi to kucutnotfeu
Ui ptjoi'tv itx
hm lillli F:;:::, II..
Will ronrr? pnwnppr to any potnt dentrw
a Diomviits ituii.-. iiopM'i iHntnit'd tr
frcek or month, oo reniMiiiatilf t. rin.
I iDlnmHri mav paslw si, s.r .... -
Miu, mU tiurtM aUiU muticriut) c burnt.'.
0. A. Pearson, NoUry I'ublic, It.
L Junction, will attend to all LUBine?a ,
entrustid to him witli care aud prumiifr. I
Qflsa. Chare reasonable. 47. V
GEO. I, WASSON, Proprietor.
T iWl I lul Mnv.nlanl , 1 V .
. . ...... , u Bi( u 1 .1,1' 1 r"3
of business southeast of cuuit bon-o.
Uooms large and alrjr arid well-tnr-nishftd.
Boat atu-utiuu Klvru tu t,i'vi.
lug public. Uuod (Hinple room ( ,r
Commercial men. Tables supplied
with tbe best tba market attunis.
naca to ana irom ail tialus. tuamot
I want rn hnw all tl,. tn.rirafui.iu a,,.-.
In Kay couutr, and will u uiuf
blitbeat market prloe In I
same. Bring In your R-'f r,
oaah for It" . ,7'9
' Vi -
Office at the Was A'f , .-
mond Mo. Jci.f Sk,
ture to clow out orer
and lliey will K reaarilless ol cost uiilll .laiinrs
ra at bJt price lijr calling
lauulasiMuuduaadl'lattua, lltuusa. aw
tiie uiiEAT 1 ;
l-flSI MA Rn TC
nw 1 llinib IIUU I ha
equipment aadHiieed unsurpassed.
3 DAILY TRAINS 3
IL.luls,'.Ktnti City and th West.
5 DAILY TRAINS 0
ti ??iM',Tw:P0"1" "rtwen Ht. lxmls
aJ Texas Iwllits. Kree recIllilhK t'lllllr ( SIS
Otn. faaa. Ticket Aienr.
" bt. Louis, Mo.
toratthsa, I Costrsoted
titelis Hoof Ail,
Stiff Joints Borsw
THIS COOQ Otn STian.su
tal m2I V. I"" w" P"imlliT ol
Uvs Slusus, Ualmsal Is found iit. .0iv.
'aaib.n.a osM. uu ess. of aoeldsuu
Tja lloasewll im, 11 for isasrslfuniij is.
TS Caaalar aMds II for hi. Mams sad Ms sun.
bsajj M,t"u alwai. oa ala wor
It " ? ' "" aaas of .mrMie.
Th Csratt au la als boum, Sis suala.
Bad bu stock yard.
Th. Susatm aiaa r Iks Baalaiaa ladi
It In liberal supply aSostaad asbor.
Tb llr.raaelr aswla Itlt I. bis bssS
frlmd aad safsss rsllsaca.
Tha Mk.srawr twli Is ts will sasa bla
Unods of dollars aad a world of uoubl..
Ion. ss bis lUs U a rouad of aoetdsnta aod Uanasrs.
Th UaekWMdBsaaB nswU 1L Tasr. to ouib.
las Ilk. It M aa aauaot. for tb danaar. to 1US.
Uiub aad oomrort wbloa sorround (be plouMr.
Th. Sl.rchaal asds It about bis ssor. among
his soiployMa Aooldwu win bappsn. and wboa
tbssa cum. tb. Blustans Unlmsns la wanted atonoa,
KpallisislBlklla. lit Ut. bMt ol
aonaomj. . a
swwp a sa. vaoiarr ii.ww
as. la ass. of Mieldwil savs. pala and loss of was.,