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at the Music Kooni. whoro she will on
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V CLARK PHILBRICK,
U. E. MUXLOW,
MfJUND CITY, MO,
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WOMAN IN POLITICS.
.North American ltelciv.
More than a quartm ot a century ago
n trnng and dctormlnod uffoit was bo
gun to obtain for woman a co-ordinate
inlltirnco nml power with man In tlio
management nf her own Individual af
fairs and In the regulation of those of
tlio public at largo. Originating with
members of tho femnlo sex, thu move
ment was at first conllncd to a limited
portion of the United Status, and was
conducted by a few ndvmirod and nor-
haps abnormal constituted women, to
whom In a lioit time were united a
half dozen men of similar tendencies
and characteristics. Ouoof Die piiuelpal
objects of many of the women appeared
to bo to tnnko thomselvcs look as much
as posslblo llku men. They cut their
hair short, parted it on 0110 side, and
displayed longings for short frocks and
trousers. Strange to say, tho men who
nlllliated with them exhibited inclina
tions toward femininity .Thoy wore their
hair lung, parted It in tho middle, and
donned coats thu skirls of which al
most touched their heels, Iloth sexes
of this advance guard were, howuver,
of one accord in their abuse of thu nv
erago man and woman. The first they
prolcsccd to regard as a tyrant and 11
monster, to bu held up to execration
for his wickedness, while the other was
11 faliit-huartcd slave, in whom thous
ands, of years of captivity had aunllit
Intcd the overwhelming menial and
phyidcal vigor she had originally pos
sessed, and who now for her abject
subserviency to her oppressor was en
titled only to the scorn and coutcmpt
of her more enlightened and progress
ivu sister and brothers.
At llit the attempt to emancipate
woman Irnm the thraldom in which tdio
was supposed to exist was mei both by
good-natured duiMnu and stern denun
ciation. It was either looked upon as a
joke or its promoters weie regarded as
being otimdu the pa.u ol decent society.
Hut, whether treati d with ridicule or
abuse, the nsseners of 'woman's
rights" weru almoi-t unitorsnliy re
garded as ti net of impraetieablu fanat
ics who, being disappointed in their ef
forts to get hiubai.di or wives, or else
unhappy in their domestic relations,
were U'Vjing war against the very
foundations of society, ami endeavor
lug in their inorlilleation and rage to
maku their fellow croMttrcs .is niUoin
hie as they were themselves
Hut, as generally happ' lis when the
adherents of ii creed or a (-yetem are
energetic and unscrupulous in its prop
agation, the originators of the move
nini.t in quo-tion little by llttlcobtalued
the eoituteuaneu and active Mipporl of
many pciom of well-balanecd and
erudite minds. It began to bu recog
nized that there was a good deal of
truth in thu uviss of platitudes and ab
surd ties which the short haired women
and long-liidred men enunciated. I'hcir
yearly gatherings bieamu more mid
mure respectable, and many newspa
pers and miigimiH'ti supported moiu or
less fully the doctrine of the equality of
the sexes, l'venluidly It came to be ac
knowledged, through the action of that
spirit of fairness which Is at the bot
tom of human nature, that thu Held of
woman's tt-cfulucss to herself ami thu
world at largo was unduly circum
scribed; her i laid to labor In her own
way for her own Mipporl and that of
hoso dependunt upon her was grudg
ingly, in somo instances conceded ;
t'.ii learned prote-sious of medicine,
t!'"i logy, ami law, w re, in a nn iiMirc,
opened to her; she was permitted to fill
.curtain public odbes, and in some
states a districted franchise wiu eon-
lei red upon ,'icr. At the pivscut time
.shu can piaetleu medicine almost .my-
where in the civilized world ; suvural
religious denominations permit her to
expound their faith; some of thu States
of thu Union admit her to the bar, and
one terrilory gives her judieial powers.
Her right to work in any Held of labor
sho may solect is granted ; her person
and property aro as well protected by
tho law as those ot man ; sho has all
thu rights and privileges necessary for
her matoiial and mental irospuiity,nnd
she Is not required to s-jrvo in tho mill
lia urjmsc comilulu.i, to tit on juries or
U taku hur turn at thu pumps of a. sink
ing ship. Hut i-lie still contends or,at
least, thoso who nssumo to reprustnt
her do for tho rights of co education,
of unrestricted suffrage, and of nolding
political oflle. Thu first (It huso de
mands docs not ootno within f,!)o scope
of tho present discussion. .The other
two wu pioposo to consider briefly, nml
to show that, in our opnlou, glrnvo ana
tomical and physiological rUisons de
mand not only that the progress of thu
revolution should bo arrested.iAut that,
contrary to tho ordinary eoii'To of pro
cedure in otln-r rcvolutiyi X, this one
should go bnckwaid.
It may bo nsoited, v Utaoiit fear of
tuccossful contradiction, Vat thu gov
erning powor of tho wrUld is to bu
igndU'd in, tho brain of maulnd. If it
in un not lor I lie prcunttluencu in this
una will olt thu luif fan species ox-
I ijr tho loworftiiilinals, it is
kX .I..... .,..'1 ,.1 1
0p nmi. mr woiiiii long
mti their present masters
renin) earth. Tho meio
iosscss tlio liicul-
net in concert
clunt to pre-
no. Tho r
grco of perfection, nt the bond if cren-
tiou, It is importntit to ascertain, In the
determination of tlio question before us,
what nrc tho essential points of differ
ence between tlio minii-proaueing or
gan of mini nml that of woman.
Hi I he first plauo. tlio brain of man Is
larger than that of womnn. Very many
observations made by different Investi
gators In different parts of I ho civilized
world, lead to 11 general accordance of
results on this point. It is qullu 1 1110
that tho brains of somo women aro
larger than tho of somo men, just ns
somu women arc vastly enpcrlor men
tally to somo men. Hut (ho question Is
to bu determined not by taking a plus
extreme in the one instnnco nml com
puting it with a minus extreme in tho
other, but by taking thu nverage of
many examinations, or by compariug
plus with plus and minus with minus.
Tho average difference has been vari
ously given by different authors as be
ing Irom four to six ounces, according
to tho intlouality of thu subject; but
tho mean as established by Wuleker
appears to bu about as correct as such
determinations can bu made. This ob
server found thu average male brant to
wvlgh one thousand three hundred ami
ninety grammes, or about forty-time
ounce, and tho average femule brain
twelvo hundred and fitly grainmos, or
about forty-four ounces, showlng.liere
fore, a dlffeieuee In favor of tho male
brain of 11 vo ounces. Thu proportion
existing between thu two is as one hun
dred to ninety; that Is tho average male
brain Is ten per cent, heavier than the
average female brain.
Hut relatively tojtlm weight of ,the
body in the two toxes, thero is 110 es
sential dlffeieuee in tho weight of the
brain. The body of the female is shor
ter and altogether of slighter build than
that of tlio male. Thu dlffuieneeln
staturu Is about eight per cent, so that
relatively to hoi height the brain of wo
man is but two per cent, less in weight
than that of man. In a series of eighty -0110
males cited by Qunm from tho le-
colds of several obsorvciv, It was found
that thu weight of the eniit u brain and
that of tho body at tho age of twenty
years ami upward uoro 1110 propoiuon
to eaeh other of 1 to fl( 0, and in a
."cries of ulfihty two females 1 to HU. lt!.
Tho proportionate weight ot Miu brain
in tlio two mixes does not, therefore,
according to thy-" llgures, differ ma
terially. Heally, however, the matter
is not of any psych, logical Importuned,
for numerous obson aliens show beyond
doubt that the inlu.lectual power of an
individual does not depend upon the
voight of tho brain relative to that id
thu body, so much as it does upon al
solute brain weight, ll'tho reverse wen;
tho fact wo could increase tho inielli
gencu ol a fat manor woman bymbju. t
ing blm o r her to n Hunting system of
diet, or products a contrary ('fleet by
feenlng a thin pei.v.i on lat, stareh.and
sugar. It has not been observed that
emaciated Individuals aru endowed with
snpetior mental qualifications, or that
corpulency ueeei-saiily lends to the pro
dilution of imbecility. M01 cover, there
havu been many determinations of thu
weight ot the brain in individuals who
had been renmikable for intellectuality,
and though thu weight h.is been In ex
cess of tho aven.ge, It has never been
noted that thero was any relation be
tweon thu intelligence and braiu-welgiit
on thu out) side and thu weight of thu
body 011 tho othur. Generally speaking,
thu size and weight of an individual'
brain ore In direct relation to tho metal
capacity, and though thero aro como
exceptions to this statement, they aru
not enough to invalldatu the general
conclusion. In ten niun remarkable
for their intellectual di velopuient tho
avoragu weight of I hu brain a-iw fl 1.7
ounces, or .1.7 ounces abovu tho average
weight of tho male brain. Of these.tho
brain ot Cuvier, thu groat French
iiuturalist, weighed (H.ft ounces. Kit
only is thorn 110 record of a healthy lu
maio brain reaching this weight, but
thu number in which tho weight lias
gone over llfty-llvo ounces is exceeding
ly small. However, when wu comparo
Iho largest undo with the laigest female
li alu, the average tllfferoneo of live
ounces is very much exceeded Thus,
of two hundred nml seventy-eight adult
nialu brains, tho maximum weighed
sixty llvo ounces; while of oho hundred
ami ulnety-onu adult fomalo brains,
tho maximum was only (llty six ounces
a difference of nine ouncee, or nearly
double thu average.
Tho fomalo brain, however, Is not
only smaller than that of man, but it is
diUeruueu In staieture, and Ibis fact in
volves much more as regards tho char
acter of tho mental faculties than does
tho oleinont of size. Thu-, accurate
nieasnrumenls show that tho antet lor
portion of tho brain eonipiislng tho
frontal lobes, in which tho highest in
tellectual faculties resides, is much
more developed 111 man than in woman,
and this not only as regards i.s size,
but its uonvolutions iiIm. Taking 100
as representing thu untliq length of tho
brain, tho ftontul development in man
will bo oxpressed by the figures 4U.9,
whllo in woman it will bu Indicated by
llm flourcs 31.!). Now. tho part of tl.o
brain which Is especially concerned in
the evolution of mind is tho gray mat
ter constituting tho cortex, and this is
increased or diminished in accordance
with tho number and complexity of iho
eonvoliiilons. Sho frontal lobes con
tain 0 grcator amount ot gray cortical
nialtor than any other part of tho brain,
and thoy aro, as "wo have seen, larger in
than in woman .
TO HE CONTINUKIJ.
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Cpiiotty 22 Dhlm
Anti-Frcazina- Iron Porce Pumps.
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Scenes, nnd Odd Characters
of tho land of Fish and
nv w. n. MAII AN.
residing in 1'lilladclphln, emtio don 11 to
asdt him. Hrother IVterson was only
thitty-llvu year.( of age, but wns piuiua
turely gry. So ona night when old
Hrother (lonee, thuti sixty ilvo K'" f
age. was called on to pray; ho piaed
the Lord to bless our tlear venerable
and aged Hrother l'etermn, who hn
come all thu way from Philadelphia to
ns-lst in this meeting. Of course the
congregation was ailUlieil, and llrotllur 1
, , , 1
retersotl eliagt ilicd.
Wo hear t great deal of cloaking
among homo old people, itboul the good
'old times, when eveiylhlng was lovclt,
I when people enjoyed so much more re
ligion then they do in tho-o degenerate
days, and to hear them tain one. would
tliinlt, that lu thou good old days ol
tremendous shouting and fiery .e.il that
j all professors walked right up to their
piofesslon, and that liicoiis'.steney was
I a something unknown, when the fact i.s
j that while tin ro is not ns much mini
j llonal piety in the church, wo bcllovo
, ur know thero is moro liberality, both
in sentiment and liuanees, far moie re-
tincineiil, and finite as much genuine 1
piety. A good many people in those
days mistook .slnliuess for integrity anil
-our godliness for tho genuine aiticle.
Living fifty orsKty years ago at Cam
den, Delaware, was one, Tims. Huny,
who uas a class leader In the M. I).
chureh, a narrow-nilniled bigot, who j
had an Iron bed-lead on which to liu-a-1
are peoplv, and if they were too shoit,
they had to bo .stretched out, and it their ,
lcgi were too long, forsooth, thoy had 1
to be cut off. (figuratively spoal.iiiy)
Well being like all crnakeis and pos
sessors of Miur troilliuoss was dead set
I against fashion and a'l worldly vanities.
Ho was also u.erodingly gnill" lu his
manners, ns the following iueldcnt.i will
! show, l.emlti.g ehs, lie said, when
I one old biothcr had sal down : "Hump.
! 1 wonder how many lies you havelo'd."
! Spoal.ni!: to an old colored brother, he
! said, "Well, Tom, have you stole hiij
chickens lately?" Aihlre-siing an old
council msi or, lie sain, "wo'i, Pitney,
how is it with you, to-da ? Aro 3 on 011
your way to tho d.'wlr" "No, Hrud
der llerr.v, I'.-o on my road to hebiu, I
doH'til mean 10 irable dat direction.''
"Well, well, my asking you that, wont
..end you there" was Ills reply, lie
had a habit when any strange young
. readier came to his point to pleach 1
for the first time, to plant liimo'f iu !
trout of the people anil eaiefully t-cru-1
tlnie the i-trangei 's nppisirauee, anil It 1
ins coat win, wnac was onuen snaii-nei-lied,
and Ins hair had the regulation
clip, ill oilier words if he ju-t fi'ted the
iron bedstead, all right, Hrother Kerry
was reatly to Mmut amen. Hut 11 lie
had on a fiocl; coat, or a swallow tail,
and his hair wn In-hlomihly cut, and if
above all he h.id nmuy linen anil u
ktandlug oollai, he would not tin at all
and was to lie eriished at once Well
Hev. William Harues, an eloipient, lib e
and tasty looking young nh divine
, was sent their to preach. Now llaiue.1,
being bald.woro a lino wig, and he had
'una bUeU cloth dock coat, and an
j enormously high Mantling t o lar. So
of eourso Deny felt it his duty to cru-di
hir if possb.e; so SMeklng his head i
iltiitrit. tut i.tiiiiitiiiniiil tri'o.in.iii anil '
i - - - n -
erylng out, moro lUllh, Lord N nv,
Karnes iiad hoard of Kerry and slop
ping at once, lie said, "KiYthi'un, w
will kueol in player", nnd when the
eongiegation had knelt, ho prayed, "(),
I.wrd, bloi-s auld I'm a Hetiy, liles his
mild contracted soul, and, Lord, drive
the Devil out of Camden." It u mod
le.ts to say, Kerry troubled Karnes no 1
mote. Itev. Karnes was tor iuau,
years one of the most prominent minis-1
tors in tho I'hiladelplil.t conference, fa :
tiled for ids olntpiencn, his courago, and
devotion to prliieiple, as well as for hi
oddllies. His uaiiio was a liou-ehold 1
word all over the neuiusiil.t and eastern
l'ciiiis)lv.inia, and his fanio among his
brother miuisteis extended Ihrougliout
1 1 lie dklriel. Aim.).-.t every Methodist
minuter in our laml has lieartl of I lie ru
inous "Hilly" Karnes, tho elotpienl
liisli preacher. Upwards of fifty war
ago ho was preaeher hi ehargo iu my
birth tdaee, and many were the mice
dotes related of him in my boyhood
days. As I remarked before, ho wore a '
very fine wig, and always dros-cd vull, '
so somo of our croakers, who thouulit
that piety and ill-dre.-slug idioultl go ,
hand in hand, claimed tli.it ho was
proud, and It ennm to his ears; well the ,
ensuing Sabbath he referred to 11 lu the
pulpit; lie let them know thai he gloii- j
ed only iu the crtus of ('hi 1st, nml said I
heeaiiM) I hnvu an apparently heavy I
mop of glossy black hair, you call nn-,
proud, and reaching up Ins IiuihI nnd '
Jerking off hU wig, exposing Ills head'
totally destitute of liali-, ho eiiol nut,
"Ami how do you like mo now." On
1111011101' oeeasloii when leading it meet
ing a sleepy bended brother Htilng by
liliu, cut lnio a eotnlorlub o suooe, nt
leu!lh, Krothcr KariirH saw him. uud
uIiuonI Involuntarily jinked his wig oil',
nnd hitting Iho i-heprr In the face,
oiirdout, 'Waknup will ye, what nut
you sleeping for in iho hon-ii of the
Minton & Burgess
FOKKKT c; I'V, MO.
Don't Waste Money
On trashy extracts whon you can
buy a lasting pel fuino o debghtfti ly
fragrant and refreshing ns Florenloii
Mr. II. I'. Long. drugglt, l Paris,
Missouri, nay.'. "Ilrown's lion Hitlers
gives entire .nitlMaetlon to till.'
Tnkti your liggi nnd Huttur lu
Mlntou & llttrgegii, forest City.
0 pound best Coffeo for fil.00 ut
Minion it Hurgess', Vorc?t City.
Men's nud Hoys' lUts iu at Mfutou
& Hurgess', Forest City.
-Atiilersoti & H031I have the tlimsi
lot of Lap l)Mters and Fly Nets to bo
found 111 tho city.
- Ituy the Waller A. Worn! Mower,
tho best in the world. Mchuildt At lngb
raiu, 1 Megnii, Mo.
For Hoots and Shoes go to If,
Thoiiius iK: Co., Cr.tlg, Mo.
C WII'KI S,
( A ltrtiTH ,
OVXll.li3 r.V ,
Ira Peter's, (liegon, Mo. (!o nml to
hi- tmmetiKO toel which he has jtn-t i'J
ei ived. If you wttntto buya earpet ho
has jtt"t the one )ou want.
DOMESTIC STEAM COOKER.
A Revolution !n Cooking
No mote odors e-ciplng from rooking
Onions, I'nhhagn or any other food.
Tough mcais iienle leutler nud lender
meats inaile mori'debeloiis and lieallhx.
Keller loud with los lalior nml e-I'cn-ti.
Kulchers' and coal bills retluo
etl Hypep-ia avoided, health ro
moled and in. ne raved.
It mil i-iil; all t,ioiN til loud, .Meals,
Smoked llai.i, I'miltry, I'isli all kluils
Vi'i'i'liiltle and l'aliy,'l!lee, (.'li-tarl,
I'udiiiegs, etc.. till at "the Mime time, In
the same Vi i.-el W lll'illt eoilllliuiil
eu'lng i heir ladles or toilers to eaeh
other anil wilhiiiil. tiny cr-eaiiu of steam
or oner into tht romn 'I'hey may all
be put iu at tile K.iino time aul taen
out ;tl the s.'fne lime w Itboul rither
kind being injuied by over eooldng.
while thu-e are beingVooked that re
tpiire two or three times us long to cook
It was Awanh d the Highc-l Award
on Cniil. els at tho X&w Voil; Stale Fair,
Awanled the .Silver, Medal, being the
liiglie"! Awiuil, in Comprtiiiou with
the I Jft-t Iiiipiovetneult in Cooking
I'IciimIs, ut III.-. Cineiuiiati l!xiiiisitiou,
Awutdfil tho (t'olil Medal :it Iho In
ter Stale Imposition, til Jo.iepll, Mo,,
AKo, Awaidetl I he lliehest Awnid
wherever exliiliiteil, and Inn been invar
iably eoiumeiiili tl by t hcniKts Doe-tor.-,
Lawyei-t, Mini-lers, in fuel, by
people of all purHiil , both lad'us anil
1 would respectfully invito all iutcrest
eil iu good healthy iootl to uall at Fos
ter House, iiuilli-ea-a sltte of pubho
sipiare,aud etiniinv its work
KOKT H FIMI'KI. Agent, Oregon Mo,
finn "i i' linn
r'llotit. lift 1-
iiiiiilt'nt liiitno by Hip linliisirl-
'itiniu iit'iiii- tiiu pun.
tl urn ii lt d. Wh will start
. uimiii'Ji. hint mitt nil I, tv.int-
I I'ti-n wIiito In wink f.ii u.t Xtiw U lb tliHir.
mi e.ta wink In i.oi'liaio. nr trtve ytmr hIiiiIh
tin i In tilt' IiikIiii-ss, Nn ntlii r Imsllift. ill
pi vim iie.olN us well N'i' niic fan tail tn Miakt)
'ii'iir.'iin pa Ii) i-iiKaulDKlit tinei-. Cnilly nift
III .nil ti'i'nt fret' .Mniii'V iit.'iiln fast, uaill
;iid luiiinr.iiily. Atldlfst Tnu" & Co., Atixunla,
- - -
Any lIiitiM kfi n'r In llitt tind can n palrtbnrVvilt
) I. it,,, ill n I'ln- lint k, new f Irate and iimw
Limn s-by n-b ra cjxxs3Tjoh:'s
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sidd by nil IbirdwarH and Stovo Dcalen.
M-sii run t'otrci .iw. .Moiiiif.intnri'douly by
t ln iirli'd AtlJiiNlulilo Vlro Itark Co.,
r,'i Ociirliiirii Utrcet, Clilotfo.
For FLORISTS asi
Dutch Ihilba, Jaoao
Bulb,, Ittcrh Bulb,
Amorlcan Uulba. Alio
llitnta for arwnhotMM
and Window Oardavs
HIRAM SIBLEY &C0.
Bactxatar, . Y. ft CUloWo, Dl
It.trlt Klunr. Ly nittl, MS.Ul
Tt'ul'l."!.'! I'.inrs 8:in
WA TOH a CUAR-
HESPECT I nw.Mt
"HGftftE AND FARWI"
OaruU.V.Avory;jliflon, liUIUVlTXli, KV,
A i-opiilarftiTountuf thlltrti
mitt Ailvoiilurofit, wlwi hi thtlr
VulorKtiJ Wrcrrt tent U tf.
tint Hftrtifv from lti4 torutrc tt
1 ii4 ilonliy vr
t in, Amer
ican fomu to
th Blow u4
lul a. HpocliiH'ii p.
A favorllo rrwrlpttnn cf nnr ot th
mart nntitl and in.-ccirul i-tjUltu l.i In.' I.', a,
now it-llredi lur llMicuinnf erv UrttilUu,
w . wuiiliuufl. IKVijrMaalil Jlfflltu.
htliluln m-Alnl rii Vpluptilw-Xj. Ini:itlH u IU. U
I I Mtala lt 1
1 YOU TUAVEL WITH A V L.
HOME AND FARM (uZ-?l I
M Milttj A MIMI
fl II ltd JPtK. HIJPI
AJdros OH, WHD'"Mtr(fJrV).Wi.t :i.