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THI USDAV.JANLARV W.
Ko ous by im roly conversing v.llh
flak evertm-owi'loil indrawiuir In in out.
Mrrelv conversing with erucr'a
Log Cabin I'lnstur would not drnw out
tbe pain in th back, but an anplica
Hon of it would gr lelii-f Hi otic.
The decision bH been i.ia.1 bj tbe
Inter-Stale Commerce Commission that
while railroad companies in tbs South
or elsewhere ma; make distinction
of setting )rt separate can fur col
ored passenger, thy must. If the paa-si-nper
yay a tint class fare, furnish
Hr.t-clas car for tirst-class colored
passengers, or admit tbeiu to Ibu hrst
cltst oars set uptitt for white psaton-
An anciculuiLi'liainjo Ihcjurj
of twelve was adopted because the
prophet were l cite, the apostles
wait twelve, there wo: twolvo Jewish
Juilgct, twelve pillars of tbs temple,
twelve patriarchs, twelve tribe of Is
rael, twelve .tones ia Aaron's breast
plate, twelve grates olJerusaU-lu, twelve
signs iu tbe tudino. When, juries were
first esishlisbed, tbe judfc-e took the
Jurors aruuud with hitn in a cart uu
til they agreed. If they didn't agree
they were tilled aud imprisoned.
With a duty of 64 per cent ou taw
linseed oil, the price of the bome-iuadt-article
was reduced by competition to
,8 cenla laait January, nud the advo
cates of protection might bave claimed
that by fostering competition tbe pro
tcctire duty of &i per cent bad cheap
ened linseed oil tu consumers, but
tbt l.iusecd Oil Iriilt was formed last
January and the year closed with liu
sesd oil at 63f oenia. How much higher
It will go thi year, if the tariff reniaiu
unchanged, depends on the auccess of
the Trust in fori inn ell 'he crushers to
join it or quit business. These truaie
have so far never fnUed to crush out
home competition aud put pricea a
high as the tariff bar to foreign com
petition will permit. Post Uisputcb.
The first and most important duty
of a newspaper is honest dealing with '
tbe public. The newspaper bears the
same relationship to the public at large
M does auy public agency for the expe
diting of busiuess transactions, and tor
individual conv-eniencie. While the
railway is a public carrier of property
mid persons, the newspaper is the pub
lie carrier of news; the avenue through
which interchange of commerce is con
ducted. The former has tbe same right
to disobey toe fundamental law of in
dividual rights by discriminating be
tween individual in the denial of
privileges conceded another, as has the
latter. When the newspaper cease to
be public journal and represent on
Kthe whims, caprice and prejudices
of the individual who may own it, to
that extent in usefulness is impaired.
and its influence for good circumscri
Every one ia the artisan of his own
fortune. If you wish a fortune, keep
healthy by using W anicr's Log Cabin
tsarsapamla. which purities the blooo.
and thus tjives health and strength.
Largest bottle on the market.
As Eiecsent Tribute.
Mist Ida Kuowles. of Peora. died iu
that city recently. Bob lugcraol being
an intimate friend of the mini I v way
invited to say a few words oier the
flower-oveied bier on tbe ere of iu
removal to the coinetery for iuternn-nt.
In compliance with this request Colo
nel lngeraol madeuue of those eloquent
utterances for which be is celebrated.
"My Krind: Again we stand iu thr
presence of the great mystery a shad
ow as deep and dark as when the tears
of the first uioiher fill upon the face
of her lifeless babe a mystery that bar
never yet been solved. We have mei
iu the presence of the sarrcd dead, to
apeak a word of praise, of hope, of con
solation. Another life of love is now
a blessed memory a lingering strain
of music. J he loving dauguter. the
pure ami ooiinecrated v ife, the sincere
friend, who with tender faithfulness
discharged the duties of life, has reach
ed her journey's end.
A braver, a more serene, a more cbiv
alrie spirit clasping the loved and by
them clasped, never passed from lilt
to enrich the realm of death. No lield
of war ever witnessed greater fortitude
more perfect, smiliug courage, than
this poor, weak aud helpless woman
displayed upon the bed of palu aud
death-. Her life was gentle, sublime.
She loved the good aud all the good
loved her. But there is this consola
tion: bhe can never suffer more: she
can never feel again the chill of death;
never part again from those she lores.
Her heart can break no more. 8be has
abed her last teat and upon her stain
less brow has been set tbe wondrous
Seal of everlasting peace.
When the an'ei of death the mask
ed and voiociees enters the door of
home, there come with her all the
daughters of compassion and of these
Love and hope remain forever.
You are about to take this dear dust
home to the home of her girlhood,
and totheplace that was once my home.
You will lay her with neighbors that 1
have loved, that are now at rest. Yoo
will lay her where my lather sieert.
"Lay her in tbe earth.
And from her fair and unpolluted flesh
Let violots spring."
I neierknew. J never met a braver
spirit than the one that once inhabited
this silent form of dreamless clay.
The ton of tbe press throughout
Missouri indicate mat ite people 01
the stale are awakeninf to a realiza
tion of tbe importance of developing
the splendid mineral resources, which,
in so many ectlions. bale been await
ing the prolitahle employment of labor
and capital. The prospector is at work
in almost cry county in the state,
and the result of these explorations
thus li.T has been of such a character
a to Justify us niost sanguine bo),
tor the future of this great common,
wealth. The rich and iar.d material
resourc-a of Missouri have long been
known to the world, and nothing is
needed but e nurj.rise aud well illrecl
td action to eouvxl the eutire sute in
to a hive of liidu.iry. teeming with a
prosperous and growing population.
I'oai, Iron. Iitiil" r, aud all claws of
buildlug material aoound in evhausli-j
tile profusion, while the agriculturist
tlui bei a t. ld which i uot rivaled
Ik Aoi'-nean t nllnent. Kv,
flaw fwtw itasaaiastssa.
Mnj R. 8. White, of nmsvUls.M
ryland. had suD'errd from rhentnallMn
In th rifiht shoulder for sixteen reara
The dlieaso was complreatad with In
diretlon and dyspepsia. He consult
ed with several physician and used
various patent medicine without per
manent relief. Relative finally per
snsded hliutotrjacoitrseof 8. 8.8. As
to tli result he write a follow : "Af
ter using six large bottle I was entlr-
ly wall. The medicine got at the root
of the disease and eradicated it. With
th disappearance of the rheumatism
also went the indigestion and dyspepsia
I hare gladly recommended your 8. 8.
S. to my neighbor and clergymen.
because I am convinced of it efficacy
it having cured me in aplte of all pre
P.rr. R. M. ricki-ua, th venerable
President of the Mothodist Protestant
Church of (south Carolina, some year
ago was attacked by neuralgic rheuma
tism, accompanied by eryslelaa. He
suffered great pain. The eryslptelas
broke out on his left arm and hand.
He used a great many kinds of medi
cine, but nothing gave relief, finally he
was punuaded to try thSwlft8neci8e.
In a Utter written from Greenville,
President Pickens say : I noticed a
decided improvement wbil taking the
tint bottle. 1 continued its us until
I had taken about one dozen bottle,
when I found myself eound and well
agitin. with no sign of disease left ex
cept stillness in my hand, a result of
en sipila. While taking th medioiiie
I gained on an average two ponnd of
flesh per week. 1 think 8. 8. 8. a val
uable medicine, and I freMpiently re
commend it to my friends."
Rev. O W. Winkheld,of Union Point.
Ga.. suffered terribly for twelv years
from articular aud sciatic rheumatism
He consulted numerous physicians and
tried all sort of medicine. Finally
he began taking the Swift Sperlbe a a
forlorn hope, and by It use he waa ea-
tirelv restored. He writes : "1 feel
like a new man. I cannot attribute
my mlraculou and perfect cure to any
thing but the Swift Specific. I know
that it alone cured me, for nothing els
had done me any food for twelve year.
I owe my restoration and strength for
liginus duties alone to the grand
remedy, and gladly make this state
ment for the benefit of all sufferer from
this torturing disease rheumatism."
Mr. W. Daley, Advertising Agent of
the Brooklyn Elevated Railroad, write
"luOamatory rheumatism swelled my
leg and arm to twice, their natural
sirx. 1 suffered excruciating pain. Tour
wonderful 8. 8. t. made a complete
Major Sidney Herbert, editor of the
southern Cultivator and Dixie Farmer.
Atlanta, Ga.. write : -I have fully
tested tbe virtues of bwift's Specific,
both are a rheumatism cure and a tonic
ft ha don even more than Its proprie
tors claim for it.
Treaties on Blood and Skin Diseases
Tue Swift Specific Co., Drawer S,
Waal Salt I - Fer.
For relief from heartburn or dyspep
sia, di ink little eold water in which
ha been dissolved a spoonful of salt
Ink stains on linen can be taken out
if the stain is tnt washed in strong
salt and water and then sponged with
For stain cn the bands nothing is
better than a little salt with enough
jeuiou juice to moisten it, rubbed ou
tbe spot aud then washed off in elear
In a basin of water, sail, of course,
falls to the bottom; so never soak salt
fish with the skin aide down, as the
salt will fall to the skin and remain
The very simple remedy of common
salt has cured many case of fever and
ague. A tcaspoouful taken in water
and a teap9onful (leposflcd in each
slocking next to the toot a tbe chill ia
coming on. This comprises th whole
of the treatment.
For weeds in pavement or gravel
walks, make a strong brine of coarse
salt and boiling water, put the brine
in a sprinkling can and water tbe
weeds liiorougnly, beiug careful not
to let any of the brine gel on tbe grass,
ur it wili kill it, too.
If a chimney or flue catch fire, close
all the windows and door hrst, then
nang a blanket in front of tbe grate to
exclude all air. Water shooldnever be
poured down the chimney as It spoils
me carpets. Coarse salt thrown down
.lie hue is much belter.
1st tMiicx-ital LlejwM Luulii
f-yrtip of Figs i a moat agreeable and
valuable family remedy, a It is easily
taken by old and young, and Is prompt
aud effective in curing Habitual Consti
pation and the many ill depending on
a w eak or inactive oondition of the Kid
ueys. Liver, mod Bowel. It act gent
ly, strengthen th organs on which it
act and awakens them to a healthy
activity, t or sal by smith ration.
A west bound freight train on tbe
Chicago, auta I at California Bail
way was wrecked at the twitch In the
east end of the yard in this city at
S:SO a. in. Sunday and the engineer and
hremi'.u killed. The train composed of
a coal car, two cats ana a caboose. It
was loaded with building material and
bound for ArKeutine, Kansas, 'ibe
fireman, Cha. Colon rn. was almost in
stantly killed.. He appeared to be
about SO yean of age and leave a wife
living at LaPlata. The engineer
James C. Thompson, died about 2
o'clock. He was 60 year of age na
resided at Topeka, where be has a wife
and three children. He was foreman
of the round-house Topka for several
rears, and was regarded by th officers
of the company and hi associate as
one of tbs most trustworthy engineer
on the road. 1 0 bodies of the dead
meu were placed in coffin and sent to
The disaster was due to an Imperfect
wiu-h. The switch had been properly
locked but the rails were not even by
mor than half an inch. The engine
was running back ward, tbe teuder and
eoal car bebig in front. The first
part of the train passed the switch all
right but when the drive wheel of tbe
engine sruck th eud of the rail it left
the track aud was followed by the reel
of the train. 'I lie engine was turned
end fur end in a miraculous mauner.
Hundreds of people visiled the scene
Sunday and Mouday. ' A wrecking
crew canie down from Lal'lala about in
o'clock Kund.iy morning and cleared
aud repaired the track In time for the
west trftiind fsils-eti7er Irilitl to tissa at
it.4vp. is). J pecuniary loss ariniug
from the wreck hi upwards of VUi.iiou.
I srrollon DeiuouruL
Children Cnf for Pitcher Carton.
ti Take (aeniNrr
Mr. nisin Is reported in an iiitorvlrw
published in the New York Tribune, to
h-.ee advocated the removal of the
Government tax off of tobacco, on the
ground that It l not luxury, but nn
,waltv to a areat part of onr nnnula-
tion. On ue same ground It might
be elaimea mat opium is a necessity to
the opium eater and whiskey to th to
per. It I to lev certain mat nicotine
il a pot-on than uiai aicouoi is ueicier
inus. The nse of tobacco Is forbidden
In Germany to boy below a certain
aga because IU use tends to unttt them
for a oldier life. In many portions
of ouroouutrvitssal istorbiddon In the
vioinlty of schools. In 180.3 Louis Na
poleon, F.mperor of France, learning
that naralrsl and Insanitv had increas
ed with the increase of tobacco reve
nue ordered an examination of the
schools and colleges, and, finding thai
th average standing In both scholar
ship and character was lower among
thoe who used tobacco than anionft
those who abstained., issued au etiiei
forbidding Its use iu all government
schools. Dr. Constan, who made in
vestigation a to the elfcot of tobacco
on voung people In mesonooisoi rrauc
reported : The depressing action of
tobacco on the Intellectual develop
ment is therefore bejond question. Its
Influence clogs all tbe intellectual fac
ulties, and especially the memory. It is
greater ia proportion to tbe youth of the
individual and tholacilltiesaiiowea tot
smoking. It is clearly established thai
the studentswbodo not smoke outrank
those that do and that the scholarship
of the amnker iteadily deteriorates as
tbe smaklngcontinnes. In face of these
facts it is ridiculouns to call it a "ne
cessity. Christian Evangelist.
Shall onr girlewbisile'" Of conrie
if they strenghten their lungs by taking
Dr. Bull's Cough tyrnp. "Vt hen heait
achs loins neuralgia, then comes tht
tng of war." A wise general marshals
bis forces, charges with a bottle of sal
ration Oil, and the doughty foe lies
cringing in the dust.
It it easy to see
a great man
Senator Drown is. He wants the
taken offwhiskcv so that the man w
drinks whiskcT mar devote the tax
hit family. And of course the man
will tneud the tax that war. He
never think of taking it to buy more
whiikev. senator Brown t intigni in
to human nature it marvelous. t our
ier Journal .
SxcSleaaawt 1H Teaae.
Great e-tcitement has been caused in
the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the re
markable recovery of Mr. J. L. Corley,
who was so helpless be could not turn
ia bed, or raise bis hetd; every body
said he was dying of Consumption. A
trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery was sent him. 1 aiding relief, he
bought apargeibottle and a box of Doc
tor. King's ew Life Pills: by the time
he bad taken two boxes of Pills and two
bottlet of tbe Discovery, he was well
and bad gained In Ueeli thirty-six
Trial Bottle of this Great Discovery
for Consumption free at
Tarxoa & Ewixc's.
A teacher correcting the history
examination papers of her clasn:
Question, "iell who the Puritans
were and why they came to America.'
Answer. "The Puritans were a relig
ion! sect who left England because
they were persecuted. They first went
to Holland, but left there and came to
America, because they did not want
their childreu brought up as Dutch
men.'. axrwf) mi Flare .
Is Nature's own true laxative. It is
the moat easily taken, and the most ef
fective remedy known to cleanse the
System when Billious or Coatite; tu
dispel Headache, Colds, aud Fevers;
to cure habitual constipation, Indiges-s
tion. Piles, etc. Mauulactnred only by
the CaliforniaFigSyrup Company, ban
Francisco, Cal. For Sale by Smith o.
Sleepless night made miserable wih
terrible cough, obiloh' Cure 1 te
remedy lor you. Taylor dt Kwlng.
as iisau mjsMH sivi, - - -.
of Bhlloh's Catarib iteuieujr. 1'iice Mi
- i . , with h . ' M .
Under tbe present tariff, if man
buva tJluO worth of diamonds and iin
ports tbe same to this country he will
bave to pay a tariff duty oi ?iu.
Should be buy 8100 worth of clothing
and import the same, the taritl duly
will be two. That la the difference be
tween tbe tariff advocated by Mr. liiuiuo
and the on advocated by President
W. D. Suit, Druggist, Uipput, Ind.,
teetine. "I can recommend tlictiic
Bitten a th vary beat remedy. Every
bottl told ba given relief in every
oat. On man took tlx bottle, aid
wa cured of KbeumatUm of 10 yean'
ttandlng." Abraham Hare, dtuggltt,
BellvUle, Ohio, atnrmi; "Th best
ailing medicine I bave ever bandied
in my 10 years experience, it Electric
Bitten.'' Thousand of other have ad
ded their testimony, io that the ver
dict I unanimous that Electric, Bitters
do our all disease of the Liver, Kid
ney! or Biood. Only half dollar a bot
tl at Taylor & Ewlug Drug Stor.
The Lamar Democrat is bound to get
there, aud does so by a decided majority
follows: Right on the heels of the
discovery of a seven inch vein of shoe
blacking in Crawford county, Kansas,
Missouri, comet to the front at follows
While drilling a well a few days since,
Mr. Maupiu, of Barton, county, came
across an eight iuch vein of buckwheat
cake, steaming hot, with about an
inch vain of maple syrup just above it.
AU women look attractive when
their color and complexion is clear. If
your tkin 1 (allow, eye dull, you arc
billont, secure box of Willlami' Aus
tralian Herb pill, take at directed,
and tht feeling of languor will leave
you, your eye PrWbten, and you are
another woman. Try them. Price ti
exml. Bold by Smith Patton. kr-1)
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
An exchange aaya: "W hat is home
ithout a newspaper"'' And another
replies: "It Is a place where old hats
are stuffed into wludow panes: where
the children are like young pit; and
the houscw ife like su alioriginal aav nge,
and lbs husband with a panorama of
the Dismal Swamp painted ou his bo
som with tobacco juice."
Rhrunntlssv, Nesralgla, Sciatica,
Lmliaga, Backseat, Headache, Testa
ichs, Sore Throst, 6welligt, Frett
bile, Sprilm, Brnlira, Bars.!, Scalds.
IT CONQUERS PAIN.
AWAItns Foil MOST PAtS-l fllK.
Nw IV.'lsti.l Px''l! !H"n-lt-.'..rieUI sfs.lal.
V."i:1s It. I T.ilnl n! .n- IsMt lltl M.-risl.
' 1 m ill In1 Ksli.l. Itt.D- M Hllr,.r M.tl.
' n.r.M ;i maji ir-f,.,i,i m,i ,.
IaHi-. ills u. LlH.M!Kn -IPtM Oolit Medal.
1 Viif.MI unit IVnln , ri.rssrftfiv.
Che fTfcarira A. Vof-kr !.. Halts., si,
O, no. dear, there will benochango
in the winter fashions this year. The
woman who steps on that part of the
sidewalk where the bad boys have made
a slidin;pond will lie down in a heap
and up acaln with a faint little shriek
before anybody knows anything about
it, while a man will fall the length of
tbe whole blocks, as must waving both
hands in tbe air, kicking with both feet.
plunging, throwing hat and nnibrella
into space, howling at every Jump, un
til breathless snd exhausted, be car-
roms on an ash barrel at the end of
the run, and rings down the curtain by
rolling downstairs into a barber shop
So difference at al', dear: everything
same as last year.
Ballanls H uawl ftjrnp.
A single bottle nl Ballard's 1 lure
hound Syrup kept about a your house
for immediate use will prevent serious
sickness, a larger doctor bill, and per
haps death, by the use of 8 or 4 dose.
For curing Consumption It success
has been simply wonderful, and for or
dinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Sore Chest
and Hemorrhages it effect are sur
prising and wonderful. Every bottle
guaranteed. Smith at Patton, Agt. Ja.
Why will you couxn when Bhlloh's
Our will give vou Immediate relief.
Price cents, 60 ctnu and (1.00. Tay
lor and Swing.
Ed Neal, a hotel keeper at Salisbury,
Misouri, waa shot and seriously wound
ed one day last week, by a negro por
ter named Lura Jacks. This thing of
canying a pistol should be broken np.
We are in favor of making it a peniten
Waaa Baby was ska. ws her Cassertt,
Whan tbs was a Child, aba ens for Castas ay
Wasn aba beeame atlas, ska slaasj Ss CasSarks,
Wbsa she ksat Cblkt, ska fare thaw Caatacta,
Slit Wat Prtaarssl I has Hist
Minister to widow: "I hope the dear
departed was prepared to die.
Widuw: "Oh, yes; he waa injured
in three good companies."
tusllaral'a sssw UMlaseat.
Is a sure cure for Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Sore Chest, Old Sores, Wounds,
Sprains, bruises. Restore contracted
muscle to natural elauticity, cures
wont uroup, is for external use. Cures
Corns, Chapped Hands, Bruises, eta
Ladies, it ia very ellectire for lame
oack. Price 60 cents. Smith & Pat
ton, Agent. ja.
Billion's Cure win -ntuexJ lately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cou'h, and Broncbi-
tu. Taylor and Kwln .
For lame back, aide or chest, use bhl
loh's Porous Plaster. Price 45 cent.
H-l-ii Taylor 4 Ewtng,
Stilts aaiarica Ntrslst.
The great conqueror of lndigeatlon
Dysth-peU, ail JSetvou Diseaaesand
tailing Health. It la the greatest health
uailder beyond comparison ever dis
covered and tbe most certain and ab
solute preventative and cure for con
sumption, when used in time, ever of
fered to the afflicted. It perform
these marvelu cure by ruling the
bluud with ricunea and vital plasma
which rapidly beaut all diseased and
broken tissue and cast off all d
from the system. A trial bottle will
cuusiuce )uil rrioe is cis. eota ny
s. w. Moabj at boo, Lruggit.hirug
gitu, Kivumunu, to.
Fact are better than fiction, or
should be so regarded, It is fiction to
claim that times were good, and labor
generally emyloyed and decently paid
during the last ten year of republican
rule. Tbe period from 1873 to 1878
wat the most w retched in the history
of the country. There were never so
many bankruptcies, never to many
ttriket. an lock-outs, noser so much
tu Bering and discontent among th
working classes a during that period.
Floyd County (Ia) Cituen.
Children Cry ior Pitcher's Castoria,
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on srsry
bottl of buuon't vitalixer. It never
tails to cure, Taylor and lartng.
Are you mad miserable by Inilge
'Jon, Consumption, Dullness, Loss of
Appetite, Yellow Skin I Shlloh't Vital
ixer it a positive cure. Tavlor at Ewlug.
Bhlloh's Ualan h Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dlptburia and Canker
Mouth. Taylor and Ewlcg,
This being leap year every married
woman is entitled to sleep on the front
side of the bed and get up in the morn
ing and make tbe hies. The husband
who refuses to allow her to enjoy these
rights it wone than a brute.
let that cold of your run on. Vou
think It it a light thing. But it may
run Into eatarrh. Or into pneumonia.
Catarrh 1 disgusting. Pneumonia
is dangerous. Consumption is death
The breathing apparatus mutt be
kept healthy aud clear of ail nuatruct
loi.s and offensive matter. Otherwise
there it trouble ahead.
All the disease of these parts, head.
nose, throat, bronchial tubes aud lungs
can be delightfully and entirely euted
by the use of lioachr' Gsrmau Syrup.
If you don't know this already, thou
sand and thousands of people can tell
you. They have been cured by it.
and "Know bow It it, themselves."
Bottl only 7 cent. Ask your drug-
Children Crjf forPitcher'tjCastoria.
A telegram sent by Adjutant (Gener
al Jamison on the day of the Msrina
dtike funeral to Senator Vest, rouccm
Ing the failure to half-ma-d the Dag at
the national oemctery In Jefferson City,
elicited the following very Interesting
response by letter:
Washington, D. C. Jan. ft. Mr Dear
General i Yours of the 3d lust, has
been received. I was very sorn when
I received your telegram that I eoiih'
not at once are the secretary of war
and attorney general, but It happened
that the dtpartmenta had all cloned
at li o'clock on that day (Satunley)
not' to be reopened again until the fol
lowing Tueaday. I'nder the i-irciini-stance
it was Impossible to complv
with your renucst.
I was very much shocked at the sud
den death of Governor Marmailuke.
I bid known him many years nml
was alwayt his friend. I knew his
fatiiMs- ami hit brother and his sifters.
There is no bailor slock than that of
the Marmadul.es. The men are brave.
gencrons aud honest, whiltt the women
have the best attribute ot ineir sex.
I remember very w ell a night I spent
In 1860 at the home of Governor M:r-
maduke's fslhcr near Arrow Roek.
Valine counts. I was the demoerntie
elector in the presidential canvass of
that year, and alter speaking at Arrow
Kock In the afternoon I rode with old
Governor Marinaduke to his beautiful
home in the country, where I was en
tertained in the trne Virginia style by
that gentleman. This was the last linn
I taw him, but 1 nave anowu an uis
sons and dattghten well.
n l.. mnminff allot- thn I'tchl at
Jenkins' ferry i met General John S.
Marmaduke where be was encamped
on the battle fold of tbe preceding day
and banded him a Missouri newspaper
which someone hsd given me, contain
ing the new of hi father Ueaih.
tte was surrounded by the dead and
wounded, and after reading the para
gtaph walked off to a secluded place,
where he remained tor some time, ii
was a sad commenlarv upon the straniru
aventt of the war that the lint news of
hla lather's death, who had died peace
fully In bit distant home, should reach
the son upon that bloody Held.
Whilst General Marmaduke was a
prisoner In the north be wss appointed
major general in theoonieaerate army.
III commission was the last major
general! oommiation issued by the con
federate government, l waa at tnat
time a member oi the confederate sen
ate, and after hit confirmation I was
anxious to convey to bim the lutein-e-nnre
of his' promotion. The onlt
means of communications was through
tbe exchange bureau, under the ruiu
of which we were permitted to send to
our friends in the north a single sheet
of paper written on one page in au
open envelope, and this was of course
subject to inspection by the authorities
on the other side. 1 did not wish to
write General Marmaduke in plain
terms of his promotion, as I fearud it
might Interfere with bit exchange, the
fact of bit being a major geoeri mak
ing it necessary to excuauge an o.tkjr
of eoual rank for him. I thereiore,
wrote him that an eveut had trauspneu
at Hlcumond wnicu i was curiam
would give him personally great pleas
ure hoping mat ne woiuu unuersiaiiu
wnat 1 meant, as ue kuew mat nu oau
been reoommenaea tor promotion uj
the general m commauu i;i lut traus
uu i.,,., m. svnen we met afterward.
that my ielueraV a vusl uuu a goou
deal of trouble, as ihtf federal autuori
ties concluded upon rcauiug it tuai it
contatnea lauuni-uu o some hu .
scneme to secure nis escape irom pris
u k.n f haarvl of hia death these lnel-
Amntm r.UiSl in fttVlMW tJUlOlll U1C. I1U
now ever trivial tney may seem to out
ers, l UlOUgUl UU you. we m mcuu,
W....I.I lAii.furusiMl 111 UIV SLuleuit-llL.
As 1 telegrapneu to secretary. Courts
laUtl, SU SUSM) US, toss mu uwuvss,
tearless governor aud a devoted sou.
He was uuu to every trust, both in
peace and war. our lneud.
"MAY CUD BLESS YOU."
UtJtj, M fHM OM 4M l!-rl..a ttUffU
irrft T.M mum kvuim.
Wlsf-n we arc m Uvuble w vri Air help. When
liUt IlaMeUtTeVy, Mi". W. V . Ullflill, Ot 'i ni-LU
Cfttek, at, C'laair CkK Aim., wni "1 IuiaI Iml
UmJl ui cLuiD aua mj iitJiu wdkB mil ot
itiAtuiiV ur Iwo yer 1 wit Kcirvely uie to
mtrk u tll. ttora lluae uiy &cfin wuuiil ui ii
LaVte lUf IWU UiMsTS aU at tUWi My leg wUUit
sieL OUiti UIU autt:, aWLsU i asaslV eAIVt'u;a Ui UiC
IU tMIAeJiUbCr, IMis 1 UwUftlJ. sS UUUk UI rtsaaJiakJlh
CJflrataCl UI IWUta, lir rMi I Ciw-tiltaojiuu, W
kUUl atafxtait. sUs sUs A I ii , tMsl kwuinj 1 UsVU
ukrB LUM linl ttOUiUl tVll MSlaer. etUli lit at tvlwfl
UlUt) vVla VlaM WoU w-W . ttaaO OOU UK) OL
lOs" UN gtAAl ytMi UUlttJ,
up V,m. J. McUaa. w K4DdU 61.. Bottoa
WrllCsl. "MX DlUUlisI iU 1 LfCftaUl IV UliUtv ul
my liAMl BlUttT eefcUiieJ- 1 uiuuh;iit i ututf tli
Lt rSUBUailiUll(ts. 1 stOOll LtClLtaJ iaj ti C Lhttlaa .1
uie cueai, vnacti vu4 uuc, i h-a mtm Meet
aWll WOtVC asU UVO taHll 1 iMIUtJ twL ll'V Ltuoitw
,n laMir UaVi-eV. 1 Otieasail UsVlliM BUuCttcr tXU',l J,
iUauuur sKigei'a ocup, i Dvu inii.uttj
U1M sklXUi lAHvttf 1 (Ml Uattst, -UUskltJ UlCasia a.
tlety, ant. (u H luluu i eatitk Luc tHHi.
I eUU UatKU aSSaaaejs-s -t hswww, ansa asvst t aj vswatHV
tUaV IUC 1 tUU Ul sTVsJUaia (AftUtl, liU keUs.et.
lali ranedr opui U tb D .urU uwutawei 01
lhJ LXXi. tUiKlei UW sWUOst (iUtll (UtJ UstJUU eslsli
eJUeWitU UeUUsTB U TWUOUU WUstkij UlMktsM ltt U
iiec Extrv)C oi KooU, or Helgori Hyrup, U
Wi4 0 UJ tU lagefikU, Vt MldQ W iU jruI ItJlUf
-tt.cJ. WlUU.M rsaairvel lXWt, atltV It,
Th Orltrlnal Wins.
C. I'. Slattmonts St. i.nuit. Prop'r
M. A-Sltrmotu L(r Medicine, t-it'd
A th L. S Coisl Dei-HA 1 8 J.
1. Ztii'n. Prvp'r A. Q.linmrn Ur
t HcavuiatoT, LtfJ byZv i'slDiSol
M. A. t. L. M. hu for 47 Man
.red IxntOiKTiow, Putoi-keoS,
DTBPrslAICK I taCAXiAeTIf I ,LJr I
ArriTiTstsbotR ivrfu.vcif, Etc.
Rev. T n. Riimi pn,.f v
CKtwrh, AdUTi, TftJi)., fvnt(i:"i
.viiam. nouiu oaw dccR GtXQ Ttut
tor your ietvia) M. A. B.ri.
fsBOi Ltrcr Mfxlicina. I hiivti
ewvrBCttmcti kad to tubatiluii:
"ZtjilLfl't srtvift 'foryouf .Meril
cm, tvul U don't ftiuwtr Uia
If. j. . r.rM .Ed Iter Th4
I rt cicada pkac o, your LWci
Mcdiosw. ud hav uatd htJ. ot it.
It work lika a chavrm. f want eo
barttyr Lit-cr RriuUfof. tr.4 ccr
ttUate sVO aaOn Zfiiip't KLtttiJeaV
Wa wlU furolth to one addreiw thr
Blcbmood PaUtooKAT mad tbo St. Jiw-
pb GaVzetUeomblned, poUg pp&id
t Um following ntot:
Tbe Democrat and tht Pally Ga-
xt( for oua year $8 60
Tb Pemoorat aud tb Weekly
Gazette) tor olio year I 2
The Pkmoorat and Ui Huodny
Gaeolla for ona rear 2 9u
Tbe Pkmocrat and tlm Wwkly
ana banaay Uauata (iltrea
papeni) for one year 8 0
Tbe (st. doaepb Gazatta la lmcratl
In politic, and la one of the httnl anr
moat Induaotlai ppn In the Ut
I la Wmkf eomprisaa tn vwifm n
eolurnni) of axc.lut nn.tLer.Hnd Ihi
UatllT rtxftUi Ukae rank wliU th
matroDolitau newnDiiDwa of th oouu.
iry. a or aampia CMipiMi oi Uio (ia ue
addriiae tha UaMtt 1'ublianitiu (' , M
J-,i. Uo. or apply at tha KkIiuhiuc
f mptar if-la with your xhwaMi
P HILAUfcLr rii A.
Ppt ONE PMiir
A vot a1ii hMh, ftsttHipe. life. tiaffiltieeaiS
p-ic j'. a- : wn yon f t th lirnuino, Se
v,.-, if.1 Z Tr.-.Ht-M:irk -m1 the f.nl tli)
n ftdiit f Vntpiirr. ii on tltt nltl
II j t t'Jsl nd lrimiir' tif J, tl. s-lll it A
i .., .. !i- I ' r Jt - f i;- aim,1; K efrs-mrfr then
-i i ft tn.inn ?.'fiinn,i. L.vt r K-ini t ,r
HioulU be aauit a few uontha befon OODflusntsent.
BatMt for book " To MorKXaa," fkMJlad fnav
BkADrrixj) Kiatri-AToa Co., AUantm, 0v
rJ In mrM Ibf thej
' v cu- t'f ooiniiiavlnti wHlcn
- til woHianhlnd. If
tiveu t nf ana w-ci.ttui to
rii marina ortTMii. and
ffiTTMU fliTir--fM!s nltf lctB!friu and .riftfinari
i" . In - - fi"n'i'i!"i'lr,c'ii'f (if Ife. The uico)
irii:nni:LL'AFRilAlT !NIC''Oriii(rpr?(. .
tiii- V rrs-ai v " titvi-a iin- jialbpt'f inothartioC'daiiil
r,r-tiiot- rpttfiiy r-'overy. It tUta naiura to
aaely luirfl tii rtlticaj cilite trr m airlhnl to
tjt l,nintil"'l. It Isp' !H Ui ihf'ita aj"1 may Iftl
taVua at aJl tltrrf with perfect ftty. Hica. Ui
riH aALst T A LL Pi-f.fHBT. j
Aira.Vren-lADIKH (or our Fall and
V ctiri-tmw Trail, to taXe Itsilit. plfMant
worn inir own nomn. w w ai )xr any ran
iw qiiirnv ntunt. nr act is ny inaii uny an-Uni-e.
Particular" frw So ranTa-tatna Ad.
Irrvt at nix -. ChKHCKNT ART CO., U7 Milk
LNTKNI.11. AUVr RTINKHN ihnld tvd
drt .; p Kw : I. la - o ,
KorRELWr LIST OP 1KW NBWPAPBhS will
i.aa unl l.-MVI--.tnai.iillntlnn
109 J 111 W. Ninth SU KANSAS CITY, M0.
2V tm'v Sptftiltitt tn th Cttw vat) ts a Xtpvltr
Gnamtt t Mediewt. Owt 20 year' HaHut.
4 ymrt la OUtago.
THE OLDEST IN AGE, N0 LBN8EST LOCI TED.
AutburiMd br tha nut to treat
e uroiiti, Nfri'ouaand "Sijtc1aJ I
if- j T m ," Hniinnl WRaktii-aft (nig
i, , stsadL H.iMidj:ioiaiidtA'aUliJiTsoI(irf
T " T) knid. rrh.nry IilwanM. and in fff,
l.Vf n ir all trouMva or dl'aa tn eMtlior
" tnM or ftvniala. ( uih nuaratitead
or mmy rffiindiMl. t'iiiiftej loev. Tlnnis-mula of
CtiiLi i-urt-d. i,xieriuc U Importani. AllnnMll-clrn-a
stin nuarsnf ct-r. lo bu purf and afTli-arlouB.
bting con. stu uueri Id my pfrfeclly apioiiiia(l
tofxiraiury, and urt- furnUiietl ready for una. No
rvinninK to drug fsion-a to bava uncrtaln pro
aoninmnn ill!1'. Numrrury or Injurious) mud..
ciit n(M d. Nodu-ntl'o fr(tmbuliia. Pa.ier.ta
ai a dincsirifM) tri'-i- 1 by latter and esprru, m-dl-rlnen
MMit avi-ry w b-re fret from caz or brak-ai-.
SiMtf your citot.-a'ld aend ftr term, con
i .tatioti Uw aud oo&UdcaUai, Htrsotuuiy ox by
A ot pntra TJrtATT Vor tlatai Htxm, ant
UltiaUatU'd sUUUJQa araUed 111 I'IMli fllVli,p
THE GHEAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE.
r H K It I'M AT last
i anv ctt ihli treatiDftti flili t--
ip lirs.ls-it illKviwrv In aisiials
dr.-. Uai joaej (I.m relief , a hw
rnuv lL4 n uuU
Tiiplfterl Iu & Iu I 'lajt BcBiJ staK
f rai olda BW Citeulart
Alia VUK OIIUUtH rUH 1HIMI
'TI SCfO' T10mc-i.ao Oku OisoisI
1 JttrioA. O , TAKE NO 01 Hid IliAMU.
TBAlK FU9 CO.. IT. I.ODll, HO.
Lis:'"'-'.-s 'ill s i is Blot i' Mm
2 ia si gsS
tfZ aii.lw THI1 w'Va Tjl
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints.
17 S3. BOUPHfiSY' BOOS
V d -fia Cloth a Cold Bindlnr
. IVV- 4 14 rS. IS Sissl SastS'MW,
Iff''--' I sulLssrsts.
' -r-"- '"I T
OF Blftnij)L MutTs. COHM riut -
I vers., t -oiiitseiliB, ItifUtotiisitinM .'if
Worm. W..i m V tier. Worm ( oiic . .
D Int. :ulii'. or 'IstothiUK oi IntaltW. .ti
IHttrt'iiftt. ui i liililien or Adult 2 J
Hiifulcry, tirtpiUf. Uitioui CuliO 85
i fiul. i .Horliui. VciuiUiii J
" olisiilf), l-UW, Ui
ats)ts ll ... .ii
V If- 1oci.t. VfrrifH. .44
V Mlt-a. 1"'- Pn.lu-a I'-rlu.
f mm),., foil ill. It, Hi. tilt Hr
.11 .Uii-nni, r-rt.-ii.nU.. 1 lOi.'itJI
ittiriiititiltflll. KIiniHialsC l'M..
. ....I a.. t'i.,IU alalaiia.,
i'lls-i. Hi,jH..r Wd,i.r .t9
hrillijf rutl. Votjt rifiarlm.. .Ml
t.Piu rui )f l-mi v.miaittvi vTsincaa .on
Ixiil.t'V flia-.r.... -..
I III III!
II I'lr- ltl'lU
1 kicc.1 At tills efflct.
&ZSX DEALERS IN
Groceries and Hardware,
Keen constantiv on hand a
of theso Goods, and the can oflir BAUGAIN8. in that line
that cannot be obtained elsewhere iu lit-y ttt-iy tall and
tiiey will convince you, by giving their
Corner of Camden Avenue and Main Street,
Hardware I Groceries,
Wo'-ili Jrespecfully aay that I
abovoline nf goods. I will
wishing to buy to call and
SEE ME AND
Thanking my maay friends
continuance of the same.
Salt $1.00 Fer Barrel. BtirbU'irel .i,and B ! t
J. .JSJIMLJJLmJI1 copy
OF THE TEN-PAGE
Th following com para tire statement oE ft number of the most promL
neat WwkllM pnbltahwl la ti Ualtml
Tht Weekly filobt-Democrat, St. Lut,
Wfvklv Kf p-thlicein. 8t- Uraia, Ma..w....w
Wee-kly Trtliin ( hirai o. HI,
Wp-atyTiri v'a, riiicuno. IU.
Wit?Kly inter (Vn n. i'filratr". IU
twltfy Krivilrer Cincinnati, O,
vVerkly rntumf-rriaJ uut'UC, C)telnaavU, 0,,..
rrtl Tliuea, Nw York Clrjr.
Wet- ly .Am, New Vork t ity ....
t-flily Wor d. Nw York (TttT
1. CsIpi.oI 2:l;i Ecading
Prloea of tha other EDITIONS
DAILV, per tnnam U'.C0
TRI-WEEKLY, per annum s 00
SEMI-WEEKLY, per annum 3.00
Fostmasters and Newadaalen are authorlrwi to take tub
tcrlption or fend direct to tbe
GLOBK PPTNTING COMPANY, ST. LOUIS.
Tiic Oldest Wagon Factorj iu the City.
BURGESS & HATFIELD;
Suooetaors to H. 0. BURGESS.
FARM AND SPRING WAGONS,
BUGGIES HARROWS, PLOWS, &C-
SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to Paintiue; Baggies, "Wagons, &o,
Given to MiOll&E&UOEMAG, ia fact everv thing done in the
best Possible manner, by Sober and Experienced Workmen.
Give as a Call and Examine Oar Stock and Trices
before purchasing elsewhere.
BURGESS. & HATFIELD.
Buy your Drugs and Notions
DR. M C. JACOBS,
The Leading Druggist iu the City.
Stock always full. Drugs al ways Fresh.
Trices always the Lowest.
Oome in and See for Yourself.
ST. LOUIS, MO-,
The Great Specialists,
.JTJEat tWi'sWffl!2S. fct
uaiir. Us U- tcf iN-aa iMtitUeoti a.ul xW LLa
nr aMa bxj oons.,1 W lif oomyoo4at ia a. II
- f HpM-U.rrbis. Loejl kfui-sJ sal all
dlaxMtfw MaeaiUfj btaVbw attj iUdM
Sfej OeutMfta frpUIHa. Tjim.rf.
nooiitJarr a4 Tetllan Uetatav! b a4 Uifalll.
iceibniU. bywiilofc rnUali w mi mtim
trpuMai nd a-rtaal WuaaaasM,
ft in!. rPi bsuaittxlM Wm. 'rWHlitt
klMRx.is aailBaaoo of wjrta. l
Pi-Y'liital obssersarl 4S lfarvou Dt,lltr n4
rt.relel Fihe'iaUun tul ot i--ffpt cifoueVnt
aliAToaiCAL musilm ii.i isJrasSr
Miss Lou Ford
As usual luastntlia receiptor Kasr
l-'all alilliurrj, Notions, Trlratniii-,
Howry, iia. A full stock e( Ui evt
JOUVIN KTI OLOVTtS
J list received. That an the best made.
UU and let ilXBU i'OKO'lj tiood.
lars- nd well sheeted Stock
keep a gennral etoik in thr
not enumerate, but fiBk those
for past patronage, I ask a
HtitM ihows eoniiutivelr that the
in 50 PFRCRHr. TIIK THKATRmT
eji r ert iwi.i
VI I I r.ii
ai fin lrY?ari
si fai rr -ari
$.."0 Ir Vrwj
Sl.tO IVr Vrarl
t Ptr V. arl
ti m lr l fail
ri.no IVr ai
i.w I'ar Yearl
Miit:r is Pit:: if u; l-l
of tha CLOBE-DCMO RA T
i Lai LaJ kirisi
Bam on a paalca;. of COf i EE Is a
guar ami c of exuslicuoe.
COTTTT Is h.pt U all first-olasa
Mar trom tbe Atlantio to tUu i'aouio.
1 nevsr good whan exposed to the sir.
Always buy this lrnnti in harraettoalty
staled OKK POUNLI TACKAUKS.
USED CYTIItCtST FEXMEK
eaa lav VejMsHarrtr f M est a I.
I BiNramilr. svatal braisalllsras.
m In pi (or poauiteud, ia Cent.
IVWON, l.AKCMAN, T A VI OK. A 00.
It anas bruaalftray, tt9W york.
10 Paget 70 Column
iJtvaj frl (. Oil! miH
II l'rttc iv; . minima
S l'afa fob iin no
8 !.(! rVtuolimus
I aut-a m t diiHstta
B I'Mi-fl Ati r-iiuiniia
R I'ttv a r. ('ulim-im
8 l'ia 66 Coliiniii.
H I'bsjsi im's in i
EIOn&tORD, ' KIEB0UEI.
art praiiared st tnj unit all tlmi-s to accomodate
III. M!tJI. .iui
Will fonrtT pMitvtittr to art J p.''"! rtlrrd
nu une uia n -tl'-e. ill if em (HiaxiiK-al Li OsV
fk or mottth, on rt-nwitsitjU- h um.
CuaUoiiivra tiiaj if I) m nnniii'tui m, gmia turn
C. A. rearnon, Notary Public, It, St
L Jiiuctiun. will altetiu to Hit Ixmlneaft
tiitxuUHl to biin villi care frutuit-
1 RICHMONHt MO.
GEO. I. WASSON, Proprietor.
Located convenient to all tranche
of business southeast ot vouil liuimsx.
Itooms large and air and strll-iur-mshed.
beat attemiun Rivru to travl
inf public Oood aiiuple room for
Commercial xuen. 1'. tiles supplied
with 'he best tbe niaikvt aUorda.
Hack to and from all trains, Cuaiaes
I want to buy all tbe marketable Furs
In Hr oouiitv, ana will pay tbe verjr
nla-beat market price In casli lor lb
same. Bring In jour Furs and get tbe
oath for it,
Office at the Waaaoa House, Jtlch
IM.W. Sin .. Ummm tnj,
lure to clow out over
uid tbry will go retfftrilltHi ol ormt uuill Jatnutu-y
it, i7. Ue mrv nvimitn nwl, ikj j.mrjtn v.-i
m IttmM r OrU t hail pricr t.) - ullii,K
mr1 ur rtlni lor ctiJkiu miu prtwa. hrf
faUIU Ul aVsJOOtitl tuud tlauu, UlUtJ ummL 4u
tr....-..,..,,. J i H
FAST HAIL ROUTE
BETWEEN 1 7S
ST. LOUIS V
Equiprntnt and Bpee4 uasiir) aised.
3 DAILY TEAINS 3 .?
t;toull, Ktnsai Clly and Ibt.WeiL
5 DAILY TRAINS S
And cbolo. nf -Twi Bonte. bstn hi. lotiis
S3 u"," rj.'.'i'j. JI"-". rvrlli.li,, 1 -.alr Ts,
J Bireiii.sH KJ-B UO Mil IniOM.
' H.C, TOWNHKNII.
Oen. Piiiat A liuket Aum t.
Di. ttUUia. 1. r
StlsUct, I aVtraUli.
LDBISIBS I a : .
Btwniaausts, I Strains.
THIS COOD OLD ITitlrlsLiV
teeomnitiiasi . . . .
Wll. Ooaof thareajK.ua tor Uia Hrtu popular I of
lh MLaUrg, UiAni la IWdlnlta i.lvrl f
The Huuaewllajua it lor fnraifaritlty ii. 5,
The liiajr aaaxlali-om'tgafjam wituoat It. I
That lfaiM.s. 1.. aa i- a... s. a.. t
Bad hlaatock yarO.
Tha MiMMbMi mum mr ilia Bmimbi inJi
sauvs! mn'7 a"iini aiiora. (
Th lloracfaacUr nau il It I hit bml
ttUaA ax. 4 aaJsjtat rluue,
Tha (h.ravar ne4la Hit wilt uva tilt
ILoua!. of UJlri ur WorW ol IruuLIat, .
" 't.rwai mnm neaoattanu will uoexj II a-j
usaa il s-t M
ilsajtsrs. . B
r. Ui UI,, il
ra amonc ' II
tnd a . P
aalooc I I
MlMaU'af J I
w. Muiaiua uaxvuisd trfatjcltlaniaantl aUj,r. ,
Tha Usttltwuta'twaa M-Otl. liiew-u u tv.ih-f
111 llata It su sv. M,. . . .... .
Unirt4U1(l fOmfortwe.it HimMjUfl tilt) itJttr.
" nii-csii awu ik atxttn DU aiur I
hu iuakya. AotudeaM arUl Itappou. and
- - ' sasailtsilisi OTFlttlVlJ 1
KM.aB.lllelalh. ll.aaa, lutua
Haa. .Ballls la ilia Sad. rr. Ii.lmavs.lass
W. I. oasa ol aoaldMt aasaa (Ml. ul bH M was sfc
tx a mtu, Alwarsl. ik. avuskls it
es nksa wasis. . 7!