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TMI KMAV..IM AUV K
FkH vl Glffct-Dtmtcrat.
tn r..HMiii'HlH' J .r1li1 il W I'IM-
fl, ml to tii.Mii lo !' r.lM V Hh- fae
lor l"nl itrr .t i .-. vhni ih1 i n
Itn l.i lii.lin.in-. It is tnr.nl.Mi uii
,1 rukiii innhr urn imiMi-unrr W
i Miitr.- h nc man will, n ri-HimnMr
tmiiint of spirit, Mmt he ""ulit t nl.
mil to bi'ing M'n-.l, bnl w li. n tin' at
torney ( Iln- r ht ntl-ni.t t lnnn-
(tig the titlim hit" im-'i""'1'"
l.i.ri. 1.111 tl tin.t.-l It
' ft ft'iio-
lion oUiTViilimi in IhU cn-inin for ft
lohf timi' Ihill Ihr HmT.i-;.- Am-l i.-.ni.
liLcl In In hniiiltii.'il. Il wimiI.I .M (ii
lll.lt Hit- pl-tlfrtl' ll TiU "
lur nlil mw 'ri"iil t I ft. Inn an
roniluc-tinu' "' rampiuii l'r tin-mIi-li,
l l:u ill on licit ti:l.
in i- i in- .( Wr.ln.'-.i;i tin- I.lul-r
lVmo-T:,1. with ' unL-nuis nrjjutm iit.
J.tlijiv.l t. -h tlt it Ho- l.T. Til r-"nm-niciHl;ttiou-f
Um- I'n-i.l. nt in iii :n-
jHhil miin:' w'rv "Hutiv iiiit',-oinv.l
hv thf n pori of Um- coinni ismt of lu
liVtir on hiiiih' sul-jivf that ,
tlic .iil'i''t "1 n-ihn-iiijE tin- tHiirt 'on
otl. nr r'mit-nip-'iary -iTlft tl'ft'
thv wn-.l int.T'i i- 'V'in "inipoitant
m" a tah in.-nl thai hait no ileum-
torontrn. t On Hi- r.-nitiuy. wt
(.ul.l bv ulu-l to lm' tin- m-op-liiv
tin f i. i ttmt thv nianulftctutt' tf
wool, n p.'o.l- i no luiipT mi infant
InduMn. Tin ni'wp'" tin lip
iirCf of Um uinniiH-ioinT of MutMh-t
In prow it vnv. I- il 1 ': Wl
M ill ftfc :
The lipuiv proM.- tlwit in t'tht
v;ihu' of wool innnnfm tnrt' in thi
rountrv nmoiintr I to -.'(i7,.-'.l.'Ji;i :
the tinntli T of lmml rniployoil wa
1.1.,Vj7. Hint Hn- Ht'irn pntu f WRIT'
paid wai 7,:'.,J"- Fiirihrrmnrc.
it m (i"inontrrtt il Hint in lite animal
ntintity of r:iv wool proilutfd, thi
I'iiUinI Stfttc U now nrpftMl h only
one ollu-r country in the world.
M int ilof hII this prove? Minplv
that the wool industry i it bit to tuki
ran of itM( wi'.hont thf Minwlatiun
of an inuuor il U h'i d iu tbe pro
tluciT. In lKso the value of im port rd wooi
to this country anionnn d lo
.. Tin' govrrnnirnt eollcctfd duty
on thai amount, while the coimumer
paid the manufui tunr a tax on i'n7,
l13 of manufactured ginnU. lu
the home production ol wool amounteil
to p-to.CKKojio pouiKls, and there were
U',l:tl,747 po iudw imported. In )wl
the lo.mc productinn untoitnted tu-'7-',-IMM'.oon
potitnU while the import tin
ftanie eur only reuehed .','. -4.
pound. In lss.i the doinc-lie piodui
Hon amounlfid to ;wa,uvo,inK puiin.U,
while thv imports only reached 7t'..V,Mi,-KOpomul-..
In the year !fvo, which
the (iloU'-IeuKKr:tt hiuglet out fi
4-ompariou, the imports were muiu
ally luavy, in fact, nearly twice a
large ft any rear of the succeeding tie.
So, in-tead if the goernnifnt collect
ing duty un P-'.t-Mi.thK) worth of raw
material, l:l,ooo.OoJ would U attuiit
the average value 4 import. Vet the
consumer continue:, lo pay a la of (i.'
percent, on the manufactured article
of domestic or fon igu wool.
Hut to return to the year lo again,
and the (ilolH'-PctnocriU ligurc. Tin
number of hands employed in the pro
duction of manufactured wooleni thai
- Tear, our contemporary. wa 1M,-
u67, and the aggregate of wage- paid
was 17,:Kl.,.o7. '1 he duty on luanu
factored woolen average er i ent..
therefore a valuation of -'j'.'.M:
on manufactured woolens repreieui a
real value of fl'il.Mtil, and a tn ot
tlUi.-'Ml,"', of which last amount, in
the nreMMil ease, less than (,1u,i,oiii.
went into the public trea-ury, and tb
other ,.o,o.h.i.n,o into the pcLcig ct
the factorv lord. This enormous lax
the consumer i- forced to pay. The
factory lord represents that this tax
must be kept up iu order to euublc him
lo pay hit employe a tugber u;urr
than they are paid in Kuroiie. I mier
this jrctense he collects triW.OAw.'.t" "J,
and yet acconling to the If. U own
figures, the total wages paid by hiui
amounted tole-slhan 4nok K"MK This
was protection with vengeance, but
who was protected? The factory lord
and not the laborer- The consumer
paid the factory lord in taxes" more
than twice the total a mount paid by
them for wage, and tbe lords had the
actual value of their goods besides.
Is it any w onder that the tariff barons
are working bard to maintain the old
condition of things? Is il any woudei
that they arc able lo retain buglemcu
lo coax tbe people to continue to U
The (i. I), could hardy bae selected
an illustration more mischievous to iic
own cause than the one here discuss
ed. Missouri Republican
Our next storm will lie due within
twenty-fo ir hours of sunset January 1.
followed by a great ariety of weather,
with storms about the Oth uud 7th, ae
oompanied by w aim weather w ith cooJ
tr weather following the las! Morni.
W e oreilict Unit tin- lirst lialt oi Jan
uary will average warmer than the luM
half of December. The suttu weather
may not uuiouut to au entire break-up
of the f recite. Cold weather again be
tween the Ulh and 17th, and then ex
tremes of heat and cidd up to the -J-'aU
Prof. Fouler in Haw key e.
Cnrittian Scienbstt Hold Thai tha Orlhoaoi
Clsrgy Hsvt Faittd In Their Duly.
'J lie meeting ol hriMiaii Neicuiintft
at Sixteenth and HnuHwni ycterduy
afleruooit renohi-d il-elf into an attack
OU the jiliicbers of other c feeds. I h
attack was precipitated l the au
nouuL-cmcu! tbat 1 r. ( '. L. 'J huuiMiU of
the Second Prebittrian chuicli would
preach a senium on ( hrUtuu ieocc-
in a few week. 1 he members of th
1'ireh- bold tbut tb orthojoi: clergy
have failed iu tbeir dutv uud do not
preach true bi it ihii doctrine. J b
ay l hey bate allowwd the clergy for
too manyvears to diclule their belief
One of the sjtcakcrs said wc have ul
lowed the clergy lo do our thinking for
too many yur. They hae laugiii tie
rrneds and drifted awav from the true
faitli. Theology ha overlooked that
part of Jeu' teachings which gaw
the vpiritual law for healing diae
and fiels calb-d uku ouly to kuve
aouU." K. C. Star.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
SWALLOWED A SPIDE.
A Nsrtt Bui Marvttaui Cars Isr Hilarla.
'No ir. 1 nm no more afraid of tun
liuia t li .-in 1 am of you." um) n the
-pcaLcr w a- at 1 n-l len inches Inller
than tin n porter, and proportionately
hroiid. r. hi- fcir of that dread hulmly
w u pnihjilily tint ei-eivi. "Vv had
malaria, and I'm- U-en ctiri'd."
"Ve. but a mini cm hac mahirin
more thnn once."
"Not if he i rnnii lite w ay I was
A hoti i ten yeari ago I wa living in In
dinna.in V iyo county. near Terra Haute
In tlini il.n n man w.i rcgn'd t
siivinvi r uiiiil he had drank attout a
gallon of whiskey and nuiiiine. and
shaken down hi bed-tea'1 thri-or four
lime with the ::ue. I had a rather
reliccnt liatul-c. and 1 nppo-r it toik
the climate lonc.-r to gel acuainbd
wilh me ibait it did the ordinary run c-f
men. I or I had to drink about a bar-
r.-l of whi-key and take whole pound
of .(iiinine U-fore 1 could p't stmtig
ciiouL'h to fun sliskc myself, let alone
Well, it wa a novel cure. I hoard
d witii a Mr. Ietini, who tidd nie
tu- it hi hi cure me if 1 would take her
uedii-ine. l inally 1 agreed. She brought
a towel ami lound it around mv head
I eon Id not see: Iheii -he brought
of w liter, and told ine to lake mv
lo-e. and itnnicdiately w allowed the
The do-e t;i-ted like allltle bail of
lut. and a- it wa- going down 1 felt a
sharp (tain in my throat, a if it had
The next morning Mrs. tHnnis
brmiglit a little In and diuwed me her
medicine. It wa a big. hairv, black
spider. alie, and the mate to the one
I had w allowed the dav iH-fore.'1
Tbe medicine this gentleman took for
malaria, may have been effective, but
few would cftre to try the reined v. Nor
s there any necessity for it.
Malaria i a poisoned condition of
the blood pnxluced by bad air and wa
ter, which enter the blood -channel
through tho stomach and lungs ami
ther ways, and produce injurotis ef
fect cm Die liver and kidiifys in per
fect, healthy working order. J be drug
ordinarily used for such purjnm-s fre-
jueutly do quite as ranch harm as good
and leave the system, iu an enfeebled
J he ccrtHiii ami harinle- rcmed for
alaria is Warner's afe ere which
puts the liver and kidneys in bealtln
action, w hen the poison N carried out
of the Msicm, and the serioui effects it
ngeiidci. pasr, away. ,1. M Hooth.
springiield. Ma-s. .under date of March
:lh. 1".. writes: hie y car ago 1
dad tiie malaria had bad it more or
lens for t u year. 1 slnpued alt other
nicdiciiien and took Warner s afe cure
and it cured me. This country is fa
uioti for malaria and 1 know Warner's
afe cure w ill cure it."
People who live in malarious local i-
iie w ill lind iu W arncr's safe cure a
ipecilic against contracting this dis-
ase. The malarial poion can lind no
entrance to the !-tem, if the lier and
kidney i are kept iu healthy action.
The gentleman who swallowed the
tpider. conclude hi narative in the
New York Mail and Kx press by say ing
"1 was ctlectually cured, but J
wouldn't take another dose of that med
icine to save niv lif-."
A. A. Hurt let, of Randolph, 111., is a
remarkable rifleman, lu a recent ex
hibition of his -kill he is said to have
hit a common while bean at a distance
of tweiity-ine. y ards, holding hi- rifle
various positions. He also hit a
pustal card that was- set up edgewise.
L'siug a calliber revolver he shot
through a o--caliber pi-tol barrel, tht
bullet -plitliug on a knife blade on tht
further end of the pistol barrel and bail
of the bulb-t breaking an vf. He ig
nited a parlur match held by a lerson
at tbe target stand, knoc ked tbe ashes
from cigars and concluded by shooting
a bean from the noe of a friend who
Uad sullicicnt contidence in his skill to
permit the attempt. All these remark
able shots are vouched for by reputable
It is firmly believed in tbis part oi
the stale that Judge Norton apire to
the governoship of ibe State, simply
boeause. it would give him a boom loi
I. S. Senator, a little later on.and that
il i a part of the Judge's programme
to resign as governor aud accept the
seiialorship, providing he can pull the
political strings lo uuil him. 'there h
one thing sure that Judge Norton or
auy other candidate for governor can
depend upon aud that is that this part
of tbe statu i not in favor of electing
any man gncrimr, who gjes into the
campaign, with the mowed purpose ol
abandoning his trust, at the lint oppor
tunity, to get something belter. The
Hemocracy of this section arc not tired
of Senator Ve-l, a yet, and if they be
come o in the uext two y earn they w ill
uio-l certainly demand a candidate
imbued with the idea and doctrines ot
the uung Ib.moeracy of the Stale. We
can e uo rcasou why we should put
away a lime tried ervaiU for an un
kuoH u juantity of the ame school of
politics. -And there i till greater ob
jeciioiift to eoii erting the gubernatorial
otlice into a training school, lo proper
ly lit that name unknown piauttty for
a scuaturaii nomination al tnc expeue
of a acaucy in tht ollice of (overuor.
Esr Stanch an FaitMul.
ftov. John h. Marmaduke, of Mis
souri, whu-c death is unuouneed this
morning, was a man of many noble
ptalities. He was, iu the strict sense
of the word, a soldier, brave, upright
and frank. His military education
made him somelbiugof disciplinarian,
Out no uiau ever sought ibe right more
ieiUoUnlv, or maintained it more cour
ageously when I-juikJ. He was stanch
and laithful in his frieudbip. aud
above all scrupilouely Uouest and iu
cajiable of uu unworthy action. He
bad one won year of bis term lo serve.
I he sta'e of Missouri has lost a devoted
ou and a good citizen. New York
Iowa is all lorn up abuut the school
look tjuestiou. They have jut discov
ered that they have been imjKised upon
for the pajt twenty years by a school
book muiiopoly, and that the State of
Minnesota, by a little wise legUly tion,
has broken the back of the huge obi
monopoly and forced the price of school
books dowu one-half. How is Old Mis
souri iu this regard !
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Goo4 (or BrMss.
Ir. John A. lirook, the well known
Prohibition agitatalor, U not only ery
much devotdl to the ca..se which he so
eloquently eipouse. but i known by
hi friends to be not without political
ambition, and it mav be gien out in
the tri trt mnlidenee to the public
that he would ll especially pleased to
run for vice-president mi the ticket to
t nominated In' nominated h the na
tional Prohibition convention which i
to meet nl liidiaiiop di. Local tem
perance people think they can see hi,
handiwork in the action of iheMi-sonri
Prohibition stale central commit lee.
which ni-t on the '.M lti-t..al Kaua
City and decided not lo call a -Inte
Convention lo select dch'tj-itc lo the
national convention. The deli nates
are to lie selected bv the committee,
and it is hinted licit there w ill he n line
chance for a Itrook delegation to be
ent. At the Kansas ( ity mod me.
Pnf. Smith of llolden was appointed
state organizer for the parly, wilh
salary of l,.VU.--Republican.
Sjrnp of l it.
Is Nature's own true laxative. Il is
the most e:-ily taken, and I tie most ef
fective remedy known to cleanse the
Sv-teiu when liilliiu or Costive; to
dispel llcadaeiie, CobN. and levers;
To cure habitual constipation. Indiges
tion, Piles, etc. Manufactured onl lv
the California KigSy nip Company, San
Francisco, Cal. For sale b Smith V
Com In Early.
Raehelor. the y ear 1 w ill tolerate
no trifling. You w ilt le popped at
many times. Accept the lirst oflei
New York Journal.
Exellmnt In 1a.
(ireat excitement ha U'en can
the vicinity of Pari, Tex., by the
markable recovery of Mr. J. V.. I
who was so helpless he could not turn
in bed, or raise his head; everv bod
said he w a dy ing of I onsumption. J
trial liottle of lr. King's New li-cov
cry was sent him. i Hiding relief, h
liouirbt a Ure Littttle of and a Imx ol
Dr. King's New Life Pill: by tic time
he had taken two boxes of Pills atid two
bottles of the Discovery, ho was wull
and had gained in flesh thirtv-Mx
Trial Bottles of this (ireat Hiscovcn
for Consumption free ul
Tat Lor Ac Kvvixi.'.
Johuy More propos d to a git i.
said she would send her answer
day. He w as surprised to n o
green leaf. He took it to a botan'ut.
and since then he has been niotiru'iil,
It was a leaf from a sick-o"-uioiv tree
Sleepless nlgtiU made uilso-aHi: ilh
terrible cough, bhilob's C'.iru is the
remedy for you. Taylor A Kwing.
A Nasal Injector tree, v.iiii each bottle
ot tebiloh's Catarrh He tied. Price u
cent. Taylor and KV.ng.
Just tha Thing.
Happy thought. Puii't throw your
calendars for in the ash pan. Send
them to the men who don't ailyerti-e.
Being Whiud the limes, he naturally
will lind them tiuiel v. New York
TBf ISeliateirul l.lciniu lMm v
Syrup of Figi is a most agreeable and
valuable family remedy, at it is eajdk
taken by old and young, and is prompt
and ehVetivc iu curing Habitual Consti
pation and the, many ills depending on
a weak ur inactive cuidilioii of Jie Kid
neys, Liver, iiil Itowels. It ai:t gent
ly, strengthens the, organs on which it
acts and awakens, them to a healthy
activity. For s-.le by Smith & Pultun.
Tne high t; protectionists in Con
gress are preparing to pu-h the usual
lot of extravagant schemes to dissipate
tbe public, revenue without reducing
its rggregate amount.
fiovernor Morehouse bus nuliliud
each member of (rovernur Marina-
duke's personal mi Ulan statV liiut they
shall remain upon fjie stall' with then
present t ank.
tOllAfltllfJ BI4Hl I'wlMUnlllK.
Col. B. li. Kieec, editor and propri
etor of theOi-clika, Ala., 'limes, wntes
"While a young man 1 cuituacud :
diseaae which -tuck to ute for years,
for Jilty years pait 1 walked wall dii;i
cultv. Finally 1 tried S. S. S. Afier
Using half a dozen bottles lcoiild walk
seven mile in a day, and i have not a
return of the old pains eince. 1 tun
sixty-eight years old, and thanks to s,
s. S., 1 teel now like a young uiau.''
Mr. C. W. Langliill, of Saaunah,
(ia., who had well devi.lojied ca.se ol
contagious Vdood poisiniiug. which a
physician tried iu aiti lo eure, began
takine; S. h. S. He writes: "Alter
using tho medicine a isliorl time, 1 wa
entirely cured, ami 1 um, to-day . a per
fectly well man.''
Mr. r. Woehl.No.-'ll North Avenue,
Chicago, writes: "I deem it my duty
to thauk )ou for Um cure 1 reeeicti
from your excellent medicine. I con
tracted a severe case of blood poison
ing about two years ago Hearing of
your medicine I went to a drug store.
the proprietor of w luch persuaded uu
lo buy a preparation of bis own, which
be said was u sure cure. 1 used si
bottles of his stutV, and grew wur.-te all
the time. At last I got di-gtisted. and
despaired of a cure. 1 met a frieiul
who told me that your medicine had
cured hiui. 1 wenl to the .same drug
gist again, aud demanded your medi
cine. He reluctantly -old me twelve
bottles, aud 1 am now peifeclly cured.
I w rite this for the beuein of Miiieivrn,
to prevent their being deceived by false
representations, 'i hanking yuu again
for the benefit received troinyour med
icine, remain rep ctlully youi-."
Mr. eo. O. Welimau, Jr., ol Salem,
Mass-, writes: "I wa0 sufl'elilig Willi
blood poison, and was treat, J Peerrtl
mouths with mercury auJ potash, onlv
to make uic wore. 'i be jotash took
away my appetite aud gave me dy-pr p.
sia. and both gav. me- rheuniatisui. I
then t'Mik Sarsaparllla, etc. All these
sirsaaril!a mixtures hae pota-li in
them. This made iiiu still wor-c, it
drove the poison 1, r .her into im sy-teui.
A frieud insisted 1 rdiould take S;,(t's
Specilie, ami it cure me of Ihe blool
puisun, diove the mercury and poiadi
out of my syntciu, uud to-day 1 am iu
well as I ever was.''
Treatise on Ulood and skin ib-ea.ses
The towiiT Sj-t.i in- Co., Drawer :J,
Children Cry for Pitcher'j Castoria.
If we would havo powerful minds, !
we must think; if powerful muscles,
we mnt labor: if sound lungs, we must
take IM Hull's louirh Svruo. Price
I'or cut. biuMe. xprains, burns,
irahU, fro-ihiies and chilblains, noth-
in e.iuals SaUnlioii ril. It annild-
Uch pain. Price -j: cents n Imllle.
Alfr. d .1 Wanniehalir. rn-hler of the
Hank of Auhi-on count v. conimitred
id- by shooting hiiu-eU Ihrough
the load at Hockport on Wednesdny
niortMiiir. It it Niinooscil that he was
llnMftrtU llrrlionl Nyrni.
A siii;le bottle of Ibtlhird's llorc-
hoiind Syrup kept about a your houc
for iniinediate use w ill prevent erious
icknes. a larger doctor bill, and per
haps death, by (he im of It or A dotes.
i or eurinj; onstimption lis success
has b.'cn siinph w.indiMful. and for or-
linarv oui;bs, ( olds. Sore Throat.
roup. Whooping Conrdi, Sorv Chest
iimi iieinorrnage- lis viiects nre aur-
pnsing nml womb rful. Kverv Imttlc
uaranteed. MntlhA Patton. Agts.
Whv will von ennvh wlin RhUnh'9
ura will give vou Immediate relief.
Prieo cents, AO oenta and SI. 00. Tay
lo and Kwinff.
A hi'li cliool bav went in!o one of
(tu city tMiokstoreti and askeu ltraH'n
and a unire of fool-cap paper.
"How many sheels iu a quire?"' be
isked nia-Miiliccntlv, ns be Hipped a
piarter on the counter
"Twenty-four." answered the deafer
'l it possible," impiirvd a cittArn
a the youth went out. that n boy in the
grain mar school can bo igiuj rant of such
"I hev don't teach thre thine Rt
liool,' auswerned tho tlealer, "they
are too easy. If our yoijus people learn
them at all, it must Im at home. Pro
fessors have no time to waste on such
Whim BbT i nA, w irsvs bsr CsatorU,
When sh wm Cbtii. she crind for utrla,
When the becus sIim. h clang to Cm torts,
Wbaa Ls bad CfeOdrta, sb gsr tasn Cast oris,
Last Saturday afternoon a parly oi
fartui i-s in the nei-rhborhond It mil
nor.hwiM of tliis city and 7 miles
-omhwest of Mavsviib. aiartcd out
liuir, when one of their numlK-r,
John i iioinpson, met his death ii
honible manner, lie was getting into
the sled, on which was n wugon ikix.
when his b-aded LMltl Lrot caught
siieh a way as to be discharged, the
lo:t entei ill'' under hi chill nd blow
infills head into several piaces. Of
course he wa- instantly killed, his
hraiiis being spattered over his com
millions. Heceased was n brother of the
Thompson near Mavsville, who, n fe
v,-:irs :iL'ii was owner of so many tine
hores. He was a married man and
about iiiJ ears of age Cameron Ob
HnlUrU'a Nuow l.laluienl.
Is a sure cure for llheumatisni, Neu
ralgia, Sore l best. Old Sores, Wounds,
sprain. Utilises. It e-tore contracted
muscle to natural clacticity, cures
worst croup, U foi external use. Cures
C orns, ( happed HamN, Hruise, etc.
Ladies, it is very effective for lame
hack. Price oO cents. Smith & Pat
ton. Agents. ja.
Didn't Want the Job.-
"He a good boy, Johnny," said the
minister, "and study hard, lou may
be the President of the I'n'ited Slates
" ell, I guess not.'
"Why, Juhny, Pain surprised at you
Don't you want to lie president?
"No sirit's bad enough to write com
positions to suit the school marm
When it comes to working over tariff
essays that will suit a whole country
full of kickers excuse me." Mer
billion's Cure wiii n mediately relieve
Croup. W hooping Couh, and bronchi
tii. Taylor and fcwln .
Fur Uine back, side or chest, use Shi-
Ion's Porous Plaster. Price '45 oeuta.
ii4-eow Taylor A Ewlng,
Kd. J. Brown dmggist, of Ed in a.
Mo., writes: "My health bad been very
poor for years, was coughing severely,
t only weighed 1 Hi pounds when I com
menced using South American Nervine
I have used two bottles and now weigh
I'M) pounds, and am much stronger and
belter than have bcn for 5 years. Am
mro I would not ha e lived through
the winter had I not secured this reme
dy. My customers see w hat it has done
for me ami buy it readily. It gives
great satisfaction. A trial bottle will
convince you. Price 15 cts. Sold bj
W. W. Mo by & bou Druggist, Kich
roond, Mo. hf
For I'y-pcpim and Liver Complaint,
you have a printtd guarantee on every
bottle of bnlloh's Vitalize-. It never
(tils to cure. Taylor aud JCwIng.
Are you uiidu miserable by lodigea
tion, (.oiuumption, Uizxineas, Loss ol
App. Ute, VelJowskinr bbiloh's Vital
izer ui a positive cure. Taylor A Kwlng.
Shkluh'a Cat an h iteiaedy a positive
cure lor Cuurrh, tiptberia and Canker
iluuth. 'l ay lor and fc.wli.fr.
An organization hai been formed
in Maasucnuselta lo preai iu congress)
the ddopuou of ctruiu changes in the
postal Uwa. it U styled the L"nited
suns Improvement association," and
it will nan especially fur a reduction
ot p'Mtage ou seedi, bulbs, planti and
scioiio; d reibsue ot fraclioual currency
tur u. in mddr; abiiiUou of lue pres
ent uusate una lucouveuient pjtial
iiutett; provision tor the issuance of
pooUl money oiders tu ums ot 65 oi
ichi lor a tee ot a ceuta.
Hnai aui lltt duT
in y ..tptuius of Uiliousne.-s are un-
b.ippily but too well known. They
ilub i in dulennt individuals to tome
extent. A iiilioiis man h, Mdilom a
break-last eater, 'loo frcpientlv, ala,
he has an excellent appetite for li-mide
but none t..r eohd of a morning. His
tongue will hardiy bear inspection at
any time, if it is uol white ami furred,
it is rough, at all events.
'li.e dig. tie, f-ysieui is wholly out
of onb r and Jbarrhu a or Constipation
may be a symptom or Ihe two may al
ternate, lijete are often Hemorrhoids
oleeu lo-s of blood. '1 here may Ix;
giddiness and often headache and acid
ity or lhitiilence and lcnderucs in the
pit of the flioiuaeli. To corn-el all thip-
f not filed a cure try l.r.en's Augu.t
it c ost but a trille and thou-
ainn attest it eflicaey.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
An esteemed correspondent In La
clede county, "a Democrat in warp and
tilling,' Informs us that a patriot of
his locality has secured a pension for
sore eyes resulting from service to hiv
country though ever since the war he
hastieen "a regular shooting sports
man' and a constant competitor in tin
county shooting nmtcho. Our corre
spondent thinks il might be expedient
to direct the ntlenlion of the propel
authorities to this fraud, but a
as (len. Tuttle can draw a pension be
cause ho rolled off a loi?. tbe shooti'M
portsmcn wilh lore eyes nre not likeh
to le denied their share of I he spoil,
even though It lie tioinriou in their
counties that they can hit aniekle with
a rifle bullet at a hundred j ards. - !!
Ths Ttnant Fsrmsrs ol Michigm
Tho commissioner of the bdmr bn
reau of Michigan has just made a re
port which gives some startling stall -tics
in regard the condition of Hit
fanners of that state. He has been
gathering facts respecting the mort
gages held on farms in Michigan, and
his figures indicate that probably oik
half of ibe farming land of the stale
and possibly more is incumbered with
these Imrdcns. Of '.o:t farms about
w hich the commissioner was able to
leani 41,070 were mortgaged in whole
or in part, or alfout 47 per cent nf the
entire number, while the nmrigflge.
amounted to fioni ,V to o per cent of
tho assessed value of t lie land. On
these mortgages the farmers are now
paving an average rale of interest as
high as 7.2 per cent, w hich mean that
they are paying the mortgages Ins en
tire loan every fourteen years in addi
tion to being held for the principal
This is a lamentable condition of af
fairs, and under which no agricultural
community can maintain even the i
pcarance of prosperity fo any length of
time. The Michigan farmers are seem
ingly engaged in a struggle to enricl
tbe money lenders of the state, instead
of to render themselves independent,
and the records show that their history
is not peculiar among agricuturalist
The farmer will never wrest a good iu
heritauce from the ground until he is
content to live within his means and
ceases to discount the future by borrow
ing on the security of his homestead. -New
Why should there not be a sw ine
growers' association iu this country a-
well as a wool-growers association
In what respect is the sheen better, or
entitled to better treatment than that
estimable and long neglected annual,
the hoe? Why shouid one, ! mad.
the subject of politieo-econnoc"! di
nutations and the other denied that
honor? Ity all rules of estimates ihe
hoi is in neri or to the sheep in indi
vidual worth, in aggegate value
nnwluct. We have 4-i,ot."i iieep m
the country, worth at tl.l'l eu4 h. ?
ihm i.ih ni. 6 ut we have -Iti.'ss.'.wo hoes,
estimated to be worth at C !..' a head.
lifl.lWi,0tO. Kverv individual hoc is.
therefore, worth as much as two rdieei!
and the swims interest is uu. ru than
twice the value of the sheep inter
It ie claimed there are l.uw.'nu wooi
erowcrs in the land. This is an over
estimate, but let it co. 1 here are '2,
yoo.tMiO hoi? raiers in the huul. In
every way ou turn the two animal
theoue that supplies uswith spare-no.s
and clear sides stiows ins statistical
suneriority over the one that supplie
us with wool. And yd we are taxcu
;it) per cent, on wool, to encourage
breeding of sheep, whilo the patient
and amiable bog not only gets uo pro
tection, but is actually forced to pay n
tax of ItW percent, ou the anticeptic iu
which his mem tiers are packed for
market. bt Louis itejmniiean.
AU women look attract lye when
their color and complexion is clear. If
your skin U sallow, eyes dull, you are
bilious, Deoure a box of Williams' A us
traliaa Herb pills take as directed,
and tbe feeling of languor will leave
you, your eyes brighten, and you are
another woman. Try them. Price So
cents. Sold by Smith A Patton. 87-1)
To Remove ihe Common Wart.
It is not fairly established that th'
common wart, which is so unsightly
aud so ofieu proltierous, on the nana
and face, can be easily removed by
small doses of sulphate of iuagiii--ia la
ken internally. M. Colrat, of Lyons,
has drawn atteuliuu to this e.xiraurdi
nary fact. Several children tieaie.
witn lerec graiusof cpioin salts, mora
lug and evening, were promptly cuilU
31. Auocr cite the case oi a woman
whose face was disfigured by lhte e
crescejces, and who was cured in
mouth by a drachm aud a ballot in a
uesia taken daily. AuoUi.T medKu
man reports a case of large w ai ls w uicu
disapbeured in a foi'inieut liom tut
daily admiuistratiou of im gtuitii vi
gfs.- Medical Press.
"MAV GOO BLESS YdU."
A Uwlvsi Fpr-HMr fruublv sua
Sluvt Il Out ui M-j'lntu Word
f-'rvui ltoetouauf Nuuib.
Wuvu we are iu truiilfk) ttt-cr) lor W ii.-i,
tt turn elieKU wuiU:u lorgt Lu in; lUduXlu.
ttul nut -das, air. w . V. Oiiimi, ul lruu.
rvck, ai.cuir U, Ala., wnie: -i utwi um.
dtuuk il caUui wnllt-vvr. ay ijs.eiu tuii L.
aaJari. ur twu yur- 1 a tarc.-ij nuiu u
wurkaisiL Sume tinm uiy Uvuri wuu.a 'mmu-
iMuiot two iMuiiaa Uiuk. Mi its t.i.u
tlUl ul (UmW, ur 5iH 4 ui jIUi; .s, i u.
l.Uit no lutju Ui mfc. ( uuu uaM yuu
Mr. V,ui. J. MlS ujii, vj Itaud til ftt., It .si.,j
IIW3; "31 tUUUtlM tffcO 1 l-ll U iUl.iA Li 1
uy luoU alter kaIu. k tuuui(iii i j.,,., ...
tU -MliViUUfllUU. J MfUU IM-'aU MiliJ )Mlul (1,
I J.lKt iiiUlAr U ilUK. MUU ilVe M.JI H.t...
iat rciaedr oimus all toe na url pa.is.v.- ..i
tbe OuOy. cMi UiQ (muju O uol lue Uik hu
cUU.a uluiV Lu nsuuuU HIM). Qikmc ui ul
eiir e.kirci oi Boot, ur ttvm-i s,mi.. u
MiU O) il Ql Ult, Vf KU1 lU tUC 1)I'VHLHJI,
We will f uruish W one address the
Klcbmond XeMocUAT aud tbe tt. Jos
eph Garettecombmed, poaldge prepaid,
at tbe following rates:
rue Dr.M'x;iia'i'aDd tbe Daily Ua
zIUj tor oueyear 0 50
Ihe Vzwkhav aud the Weekly
Cielte lor one year 2 2o
rhe IitaN kit aud tbe isuuday
Oiwwlte tor one year ' :f i
The L-KMx.:hAT and the Weekly
auu nunuay Uaxiille, (uuee
papera lur one year 3 00
The it. Joaeph Gazette la Democratic
in politics, and Is one of th beii a mi
moat inllutintial papers in the at tt -Its
Wtwdtly coiuprmea ten n u.-s (12
columns) of eiUent matter, and (lie
uuy tirtzette Ukes rank with ihe
uieuopolitau newspHiers of the coun
try. 'or sample copna ol the Gueite,
addreas the GaLU l'ubhaiiui " . l
jotjepu, jmo., ur apply at tbe Uici.iuunu
lr Hue aaT.
f; 1 -r'
H irti wilh -trirdtniry fff.lcy an Ihs
J -I AND QOWF.L3.
as EFFCctusi tPicirtc ron
Slnlnrls. llowl f .mirtn'"".
llM.r.U. Hkk II. ei.i-hn,
i'tMsll,l(ttn, IllltoHMt. .,
KliliK-y ,ll ellons. ,IuuimII
Mrnlnl DcpreiuUon, 'H.
So HonseSold Should 1)8 Witicut It,
mut Kv I,. -li iu kfpf rea.ty lur iol IjiO- n",
will siive iiiiuiv n limir of uil. iim iml
tUMUj a d 'H-n In Una. uJ it-" lut Mi:.
THERE. IS BUT ONE
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
that eu not Hi snutn with red Z"
en front of Wropp-r. Prptrd only by
J. H . ZEILIN CO.,80loPropfi-tori,
PhiladolptKt, Hi- 1'lUCfc, l.U0.
ri -1 .3
nr?.TOfflTTT A OTATT w
Tr Mk"n .l'iri"ir tl. r-HANrM-: or TtT-p.. fTf-M
ffff. rii..- nih! -tnt.j.Tn '1 '. 1. ; 'm U.t
bVK)k " M l Ant TO I'M IS." In 1 1 let! Hi'.
BnAi)riii n HxueLATon (a, Anuria, :.
fifth" i t.' r-"'..'l .'Vn
r-n " ' J-r hi '
rn:n i ahiin i.t m-r r:ni
n-tm:ts I rulf. to Hi: hi. 'n-;i
k at their .mi) h in-.:. M t fr-' l r .lii
'h- .Uieilv UDKk. rK "rut hy nciil imi ill -
r.tn"c. ninicutur irv" -t) (Hiiv.'i-isn -' m
ilres, at im.v, ritKsCKN'T AK1 CO.. 17 Nn
st.. Hot..n. H tsi.
1 1. mum; ai i hi im;rs sii..nia ml
UO . iA I KOMI I.I. A I O.
HI htriiis hlrHl, p Vvrk I itj.
ForSKI.Ki l I.ISTOF I.W NKWI'Afli.t H M ill
.fni KKKfc oil npllr.t ion .
109 A Jtt W. Ninth St., KANSAS Clir, K0.
rt Sfft,al;t in th Cty it a pi-w.:-ir
braditut W Xp-Urtne (her L'i -fin lluitm,
THE OLDEST IN AGE, AND LONGEST LOCATED.
Aiihrir"l nv tut' Mill' k. u it
O.niiin . NtTVoii-t.if.il i.-."nl his.
i .ii..s." s.Mnt:ul Ut-akii'-s u,ht
rjm ,i'.,,i. .H(-iiiil p.'l.lliti '-,.... .
& U- "-- IV..s ..-t.!.t-. I-..-. . ,1
A U ixI,1"!i .riiniilS-.M"lnik;...-. ry
Hi. tV.'iH.lfs it d:-i .i-.-s ii. iii ' t
iimlf or f'-inal. 1 1 ik yii.imiiii . .1
or nniiy rt'fuii'lfd. I hurics lnw. I tniii--.iiiiK -t
cux.'H riii-, .1. Klit'rictH-i' l iiii-'iirliitit All mi HI
riii"" ni" yr'inr.mt. fil lu m iur.- iii'd I'l'i-n !.-'i-,
titintr i-i'iiiX'iiiili il In mi i"-rfi ily iiifniin .1
luin-ran-rj . ui..l me furniifi n-j-iv f"r n-.'. ii
St I ' t . 1 1 mT jtt ilniK kl.i'H To littc litu .rl.lii (.'
b - ni'i i-.:i- lliifil. Nt. ii.cn i rj ur Im,,i;ihh tn.-il-
;:n s : - ! N iI-hmiI hii fr..iii l".-n v?. fun.
I u ir-rtf I hy I'-lli-r hi l t-.n m' . l-
Cliit'i b-'ii run I: "H frt-p f riJii k:i-- I liit:.
.-'. vmir i-uf iiti't a. ml for t. ni. i mi.
i- rl'unim frv' luull'lvlilixl, jn i8 jin.il ur t-y
hiii book Y" . r ,o;
f. r ' ui M;,n.j -. 1 i . rv m il.', (rum Uu- nt ul
THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE,
Dr.HEhUEflSON.IOtW MiSt. Kinmtil, Me.
CHTAPKSTEATINU On EARTH!
Ah Y:'a U'iui-lh run mirni
'rnrt A Otr'O'TMlOniClH.LAHDCKlvCCLt'VI ,
IKrt.S.'V O TAKE NO OTHER BfANU. I
T'SXsk FISH CO.. ST. I.0UIB, U0.
A Practically Tcrfcct Preparation for Children's Complaints.
7 $Sk ca- HUiiFJISSYS' EJiI
M Cloth ACoid Bindintf
prlv B 111 auh .! fafikiuf,
IIT OF etUSt ll-iL Mill. Ct'HI-
lll rtrrs). I 'iti.'eHS'.ti TniUtuntHif
UlVlwifii. W, in. 1 .'i.-r W.-Mi. t " '
arriiinf riilii', l -. iiiink f Ii u
4lllarrlii N "I J
?i ,M.i.r,.u lu-u. l.i
'.((. I t I'lllllflll 1'l llllJ.
tj i' li OIKIOJJ.
I OH I'KIN I'LN'U OK
I Lia L bt tlxis oiiice.
ICccn roiiMiintiv on hand a
oftlii'M. (iiiciiU. nml the ran
that cinnot bo oUained elsewhere in lty iin j' tnllfttd
they will convince you, by giving tlieir
J. P. ft WESENE5E2slKY,
Corner cf Camden Avenue and Main Street,
W i l respeefully say that I
uhovelinea of goodj. I will
whiliiiig to buy to call and
SEE LIE AND
Thanking my many friends
coil' inuanue of tho same.
Salt Per llarnl. Rat h Wire I 1 -S and f
OF TIIE TEN ? AGS
T!io foil.iwlns coimi vriitive nlateinnt of a iiiimH -r nt I'.n in jit iiroinl
Vrt'iclim D'liiinlil lu t'i'i I'nltnd
ki.v i.i,o;i.i)i:neur ii. rtom
Vterkly Liobri-Dunocrat. SI. Lous. too.
. !,: . ,11. M I Mil
im I I. ... Ill
, n.rliliiii, 111
i,ili-l' I ' ill, 'I mi, it 1, 1 1.
iii ii il i.iii ili-. riiH'huiHli, (...
N. 'v i.pk ( ity
.ir .1. . nrk ritv
li CSiM-cI Mil hti
Prices of tho other EDITIONS
DAILY, ppr annum
Tlil-TiVKKKI.Y, per annum
M:.ll-VEi:KLV, per annum
l'listmastera and Newsdealers
H'Tiitioii3 or send direct to tbe
Tke Oldest Wagon
Successors to II. C. Ii VKGE.S.S.
MAN UFACT U I!K It OF
FARM AND SPUING WAGONS.
liUGGlES. HARROWS, PLOWS,
hTKCIAI. ATTENTION paid to I'liintiiift ii ii.s, Wajor.s, ic.
I AL MTENT E Os"
(I'M'n id BUI ItS US tlOi: l.y
Li, si rusbibie manner, by Scour auu
t if o us a Call and Lxauiino Our Stock aad Prices
before purtliasiii!? flsewhcre.
BURGESS. & HATFIELD.
Buy your Drugs and Notions
OK. m C. JACOBS,
Tins Loadiiif; DniK; 1st In tho City.
tflork jilways full. Drills ulwuys l ivsli.
I'rict'S always the Lowi-st.
Conic in and
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
The Great Specialists,
M'tnbsrs nt fntMlsittj- ('"llac HM.I, l,nm-
4ii, flujlaiiiil, M D . N. -m York atirl Oi o. (i.-r-H.-.I7,
h. 1. 1 inform I liir 1,1 i.ni nu4 "thr ttat
tl--r r-.ii.tl.-l ir ci.n-i-.hl.ii.w In all
fH. .,f ht'rr:ii.t..riliimi. l.-t Mhi,tnl unH k!
rti-MLa rMiiltnm Ironi Butt AbitM uid kludxwl
I' ll UllOW t9 (Mtd lUUkh
u.i-l.ir.l. ' -I,. tnttlo Fm iBclodlu
il'fr-W'l-lral uisnnlnminu nf urlbe S 'fl
I'tni iii .l .iHterMitlun an rWuu ttilllt g4
I t,)Hrut I h..iMH'ii nil on tts-vii-t i)t Hint's--. u
iL Of.B AO. DAVIfcftON,
' f 2T. Ohvm sirsfit It, Louii.Mo.
. W. i., si I,,.,Ua..",lrrwll ihOrrt
NAlUMitAL MUhtUa. UaoUuntbia imiwc.
M iss IVm lord
AlliiU'l l .lilS Ill" IHl'I'Ipt llf NHW
l ull MiMuei, Nnti.iiis, -l'riuimliifr,
ll'if. rv, v.c'. A l.ul bt itk of tliecel-
f bl Htt-il
JOL VI.N KII CJIiOVKS
JuHt reoivuii. 'i l"-o are the beat made.
UU uud um ULsS i'U'iD'y Uoodl.
lavErn ft nil wrllni'V-i-U'tl Stock
ofl. r llAi:f: AIS. in that line
keep a general btotk in the
not enumerate, Lut ntk those
for past patronage, 1 ask a
Ft isle; :
.Stit,3 ulijffj c Mwlmivelr Ih&l tlie
. - . toso in(ci.vr. TiiKriiMriT
70 tc'i-'imi S) Per Yfa.r,
I .. '.it'Iis I l l'T rri
'.4 I i . 1 1 1 1 1 s -!. I f I -HI,
r- i i i ) i'l-r vu&
r. .it ui i -"i r
( . l.-.ii Ui ' s iO l'T WhH
.... C .i-nnli- fil l'-T hl'
I .ui I
I'.t.'.' ' I
,. , , ! "i l'r trl
U I'm. I) I,- . Ul I'.T
-. r. !. :,.i s ,. l'r V
ttitoiarira tl Hi U.
of the CLOSE-DEMO RAT
aieauthori.rd tn Iske sub-
ana uaraware, mmm.
GLOBE P"NTXG COMl'AXV, ST. LOUIS.
Factorjla ihe City
U, n fact evvrv thing done in the
See for Yourself..
:n " I'lclf;- of COii'EC U
juu'ar.Ui ol fXCi-i.LHco.
htvrti iroiu vl.o A'.Umic to tho 1'aciihj.
a Hover koo: wkrii t-xpaicd to the nir.
AJv.'isv:- ''''Vt-i'Vv. , in !-."rmetk':!ly
RaluJ UNl 1 OU.'iD i-ACiiACita,
USED CY THS BEST PENMEN
HtmA imw tfwfM-rtflriiv r M. ll.
I t.u-rBl!j, Ul lfrslnttf.
Ml ftBipU for tnl, pocl-pua, go CswU
IVICON, BLAHIMAN, TAVLOR. 4 CO..
1(.a twd 760 lro4wiy, tyw yor
EIOHMOND, -:- MISSOUHI.
Ar pre pared t any aiHlriH thncK toaccumodatt
Will mnw pnwcnitor tn anj rxMtit O-'slirfl ft
monitiils ii.tiicr Mirsi-s ltiatli-(l br tluy
ifrtK or liiniilli, uu n'listiiiHlili' Inion.
utomor um rely .ui in iiiinilin Hn, ouoa luru-
ouu, Lortus aud niiMit-rtiU liUMTkva,
IL A. lni-Ann. Notnrv I'lihhc. It.
L Junction. ill att' h'l to all liiisinetis
-in trusted w him Willi cure uiiti prHinpW
utjfii. iviiuirm retibsiuaoie. -u
GEO. I, WASSON, Proprietor,
T .... t.x oil briit,rl ua
Ot l)UaiueA MUULlif a Ot COUi I liOUrrtJ.
lioonis large ant airy hiiU wi il-lur-aiBlicd.
livttt attttulion Rivtn tu travol-
inir ruihlir. (liHitl ajiuidIa room l;r
U'UiUitrciul nieu. iidlea buj-iplifd
wild i no beat mo mantel aiiurutf.
Hack to and Irorn uil traiiia. Cuaigei
I want to buy all tlie marketable Firrt
In Hy couniy, abil will my lue very
uiiflit-ot uuu'ktjt price In cun lor tha
sKuie. Biiijk la your Kurt aud xt tne
na lor U,
J OS El' II LIaukis.
OlHce at tbe Waasou Uouoe, iiich
liave lu tloso out over
aini tlif) ill t n pnr lr ot cut until dummry
in, li-;. art- uvi-rsiut-kMl. .u "Utuu k- (
1'Iam r Ortjau Ml UaU price l tallin-c
tuui) ur writiiig tor utUl.iKiit-s miU price. Lux
tuui lu socuua luunl riiio, UtUe Usti iti
FAST MAIL ROUTE
fc'-ulymtiit ftutl ,ct'il uostiri asstd.
3 DAILY TEAINS 3
Louii, Kimit Cily ind h. West.
5 DAILY TRAINS 6
mi fuiuMui Bulla btopinj ( ,s r, ,u
li t', TIIWNKKSU.
Geo. 'ik'ket Awnt,
w 131. Luuui. Mo.
THIS coon ni n
ih. ii.,.. , f't
T.e I onlrr nedi Ii tnr hi. Ic,,,, ., ,
k. .Uctli.oio Mdi li .!, oa LU J
Th. I'll.ercre.UltloeAMof m
Tb. l'l.niiei-nMiUU-.n't1i'. n v.' l.o ...
Tb.r.rn,, Mj, ltl ' La '
Wo hUilock yanl. -i.l.i-j.
Iltn llli-'rel.umiiy an.au, ,i ,.,.. u...
Till. Nt.ck..rowpr np.l. lt-it
t.b,,l.(dUlr..ii4.rl,ri, ,M bm
nri' " '"""1 ' ""''J....' " Tl "
li. H .4 . Jol. !, dm "'
11.. I, .u l toiularl .bleb .urn.u u rf ;, ,
Tb. Ui.rcb.ul unit H.Uiut bu .torn 'mm,.
kMM.lM.MUulii.ul,. ;Mi '
tc.iDoiny, ' " u