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tt Ii a Fact
It hits been eonecdral by those who haVa
tried It, by cithers who Imvo wAtcuoil tt ot.
feet, by physician who know Its composi
tion that l)v. Hull's Karsnrmrilla Is Without
a slng-lo exception tho boat romcdy over
offered to tho public tw a euro for all Ul
onsci i nrlf Injf from astotoof blood Impurity
and disordered functlonii of tho body. Its
effect Is always sure Hprovents crubtlvo
tendencies H assists ingestion nnd tho
proper assimilation of food, it checks do
cay and ulcoratlvo Inclination whether of
tho lungs, kldnoys or liver. It cures syph
ilis, scrofula, ecaoma, salt rheum, Itch, dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Innctlvo liver, weak
kldnoys, nasul an ' urinary catarrh, Wright's
dlseaso, ncrvousn ss. general debility,
slcoplessuess, molai.-hoty, unnatural fa
tlRUO, loss of power, loss of memory, loss of
nppetlto, loss of energy, etc, etc Uivo It a
trial all who would assist nnturo In her ef
forts to maintain health nnd strength until
u.u uu genuy onngs resi anu quiet.
Two or tho wealthiest men In tho West
oro ohiu to navo Deeit messenger ooys. II
pays to go slow, uftor all. Yonkers States.
It Is a common belief that o'l advertise
ments of medicines nro cross exaggerations
or downright llos. Moro than thirty vpara
ngo Dr. Shallonbergor, of Rochester, l'n.,
discovered an Antidote for Malaria, and the
tnediclno has hnd alargoealowlthoutncws
paper advertising. Could a lie llvo and pros
per so i many years without help! Wo am
now telling tho public through tho news paper
that such a remedy Is within (ho reach of
every sufferer from Malaria, und shallstato
nothing that does not squaro with absoluto
truth. A. T. Sit.itXESBEiioEn s Co ,
Nirautivr tho officials of electrlo com
panies base their reports on current busl
ness. Pittsburgh, Chronicle.
Consumption Rnrclr Cured.
To toe EniTon : Pleasolnform your read
ers that 1 havo a osillvo remedy for tho
nbovo named dlseaso. By Its timely uso
thousands of hopeless eases havo been per
manently cured. I shall bo glad to send two
bottles of my remedy run e to any of your
readers who havo consumption If thoy will
send mo their express and post-offleo ad
dress, nespectfully, T. A. Slocum, M. C,
181 Pearl street, New York.
Tni scissors editor of n newspaper Is apt
to mako a great, many cutting remarks. 1.
Y . Commercial Advertiser.
Tho personally conducted excursions to
this rapidly growing city havo been so suc
cessful that tho Chicago & Eastern Illinois
Railroad, l'.vnnsvlllo Kouto, will run one on
each of tho following dates Feb. 4th, 11th,
ISthnnd Soth. For copy of "Alabama As
It Is," nnd further Information send to
William 11111, Gen. Pass. Agent, Chicago, 111.
Wnor a man having a round million asks
a maid In marriage, ho seldom gets a Cat re
fusal. Uoslon Transcript.
Tne rem Ivst van to know whether or not
Dobbins' Electric Soap Is as Qimi as It is
said to bo, is to try it vourtclf. It can't de
ccivo v". Ho euro to get no imitation.
Thero aro lots of them. Ask your grocer.
Tnn rcal-estato man wSnts tho earth, and
usually has some ground for such a desire.
Yob ean'thelp llklne them.they aro so very
small and their action Is so perfect. One pill
a ilu-jo. Carter's Littlo Liver Pills. Try them,
i.AWTKn convinced against his will
cl arges for each correction stUL Puck.
v., Opium In Piso's Curo foTcdnsumptlon.
I no whero other remedies fall. 25c.
It tal;c3 a pretty sharp remark to cut a
low man to tho quick.
liicu, fragrant, fine, "TanslU's Punch."
I.nvE and llquormake tho world go round.
1 ashlngton Star.
Aro tho best months In which to purify your blood,
Iurlfiff the Ioiik, col J winter, tho blood becomoi
tliln nnd Impure, the body becomes weak and tlrtd,
the nppetlto rnajr be lost, and Jutt now the system
crivci the aid of a reliable medicine. Hood's Sama
pirllla Is peculiarly adapted to purify anil enrich
the blood, to create a good appetlt and touTer
come that tired feeling. It increases In popularity
crcry year, for It Is the Ideal s rlnif medlclno.
"My health wan very punrlantpprlnjf and seeing
an ndrerttoement of Hood's Bariftparllla I thoutiht
1 would try It. It has worked wonders forme as It
baa built my system up. I hire taken four bottles
ah I am on the ilfth. I recommend It to my ao
qualntanrea." John Matthews, Oawcco.N. Y.
K. II. lie sure to uot only
PnlilbraUdrucglsts. (li six for S3. Prepared or.lj
by C.I.lIOODiCO., AliothcCarl01,I.cnT,ll,M.II. I
100 Doses One Dollar
Both tlio method find results when
Syrup of Figs is taken, it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gcntlyyet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
fichesand fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation. Srup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac
ceptable to the etoinnch, prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial in its
efTects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many oxcellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
tho most ponular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50a
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
euro it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAl.
LOUISVIlie, KX. NW YORK. H.Y.
IP USED BBPOB1 OONFINtMlNT.
... ..Bl "MOTUEIU" Ml I LI I) FBIt.
nitAUriKLU IIEUL'LATUIt CU, , ATbUTA.
-xaxi J!Htfr hbdoouh, v '
FPAUD IN NEW JERSEY.
Drmocratlo Mnjbrltlrs Sirellsd lr Slulnnx
Onco moro tho attention ot tlio coun
try Is Called to tMnocratlo frauds at the
ballot-box by tho Investigation which
tho committee of the Republican Stato
Sonato of Now Jersey Is making of tho
returns from Hudson County. Up to
dato tho commlttco has finished exam
ining tho boxes In nlno precincts of ono
assembly district, and has nlno moro to
look over. Tho result thus far has boon
tho finding of ft2t bogus Uomocratlc
ballots and ot 08 legltllllato llopubllcan
ballots which woro not counted at alb
It tho frauds contlntio In tho salno brd-1-ortlon
In the oilier lllne precincts thoy
will Vitiate the claim of .Sunitor Mc
Donald to his sent.
Tho sclic-tno by union Iboso frauds
were perpetrale.1 Was carefully elab
orated butoro election. Tho first movo
was to pack tho registration lists, and
this wns dono so thoroughly that on
election day the registry hooks shoivod
ar.iiiis names In tho eight precincts of
1crsey City, as compared with 30,291 at
tlio Presidential election tho year bo
fore. Then camo tho work ot proparlng
what f.ro known as "tho little jokers."
Tho .Icrsey boxes stamp and porfornto
the ballots as they aro cast. Tills mauo
the work of tho stulfers very simple, as
all they had to tlo Was to run tho ballots
through nliothcr box or prcpiro them by
bund, nnd then stuff as many Into tho
legitimate box as thoy desired to mako
a majority or overcome returns from
other parts ot the State. Villains near
ly always lcavo somo tell-talo cvldonco
behind llicm, however, and this was
true of tlio Jersey ballot-box-stulllng
Democrats. They neglected to have tlio
ballots of tho samo size, and tho work
was dono so bungllngly or hurriedly
that the stampings and perforatlngs of
tho stuffed ballots do not compare with
those ot llin legal ballots.
Hudson County end Jersey City hnvo
always been tho nest of tho Now Jersey
frauds by which bllbcrto that Stato lias
been carried by the Democracy. It is
not necessary to resort to fraud to
carry the county, as it undoubtedly has
a legitimate Democratic majority, but
it lias been a convenient place to re
celvo reports from any weak spots in
tho Stato nnd nuinufjctiiro a majority
to suit. How well they havo dono this
work a few figures will show. Last
fall in that district Abbott (Dein.), can
didate for tho (lovernorship, bad 2f,!i'J2
votes, and Orubb (Hep,) 14,M(1, showing
a majority ot 13,12(1 for Abbott, in
lBss Cleveland bad 27,1)011 and Harrison
10,440 majority for Cleveland, .lOO.
The falling oft of tho ltcpublican voto
in Hudson County as shown by tho
Demoeratlo officials as compared with
Hie returns of 1SS8 was over 5,000 votes,
whllo tho Demoeratlo voto was in
creased moro than 200 over tlio Clove
land vote. In tlio whole Stato tho
total vote of lhSS was :;o:!,741, that of
ISM) was 200,103, and yet In a total vote
which fell olf :i4,tWS Abbott received
14,25:1 majority as against ('b'velaniVs
7.140. What lias occasioned this para
doxical business the investigation of
tho Senato committee clearly enough
If such frauds as these wero com
mitted in a district which is legiti
mately Democratic what may hot havo
been done in weak districts? Unfort
unately the Senato commlttco can not
challenge tho result so far as tho State
or National rosults aro concerned. It
is duo to Senator McDonald to say that
he concedes tho fraud and denounces It
In unmeasured terms and offers to ro
slgn bis seat, but this does not involvo
any penalty, slnco even if ho resigned
he would probably bo ro-olccted.
What is needed now is a sample of tho
nmch-talked-of Jersey justice for tho
Democratic; officials of Hudson County,
and after that somo method should be
devised by tho ltcpublican State and
National committees to prevent those
frauds in tho future, for there is little
doubt that Governor Abbott himself is
tho beneficiary of frauds, and that they
were sufficient ulso to swell verv eon-
hlderably tho voto of Now Jorsey for
that eminent reformer, drover Cleve
land. Chicago Tribune.
THE RULES ARE GOOD.
Ilerr.iricr tlio Majority Will Sot Jle (iov
rrncil by tho Minority.
Tho IIouso commlttco on rules lias
mado Its report, after a long waiting,
dun to courtesy to the dilatory Demo
crats constituting tho minority of tho
committee. True to their policy of de
lay, tho Democratic caucus resolved to
ask for "moro time" to consider what
they will do about tho code of rules. It
is fully in evidence that thoy do not
propose to allow any business to be dono
by tho IIouso in which party questions
are involved it they can prevont It
Fortunately, tho nowrTiles, which will
be adopted In srJte of any opposition tho
Democratic members may make, put It
out ot tne power or tho minority to de
lay legislation by purely dilatory par
liamentary tactics. The moro impor
tant changes mado over tho old rules
aro as follows:
T"in Riwaker will not bo rxne cte-1 to entertain
dllntory motions- the Speaker to ik'i'ldo liat is
l'rovMlnjr for ascertaining whether thero Is a
quorum prearnt whi-n the voto does not show
one. Tnl rule nut)iorlos tho Speaker to count
members present but i.t.t voting In making up
n quorums It provides tbut tho clerk, under tho
dli ret km of tho Speaker, shall note the names
of member not voting, and hund the list to the.
bpeaker to be rend.
The elimination of motions to take a recess
When any proposition Is under constdcruttoa
not moro tlinu one motion to adjourn will bo allowed.
Fixing n quorum in tho committee of the
whole at 1(0 Instead of lfl. as at present.
All public bills are to b3 handed totho Sneak.
er and by him referred under tho rules, and not
to ba offered In the opcu House, as has hereto
fore been the custom. Ily this rule bills muy
bo Introduced nt uny time.
Thu IIouso calendar is to iwi dispensed with
and Hit bills nlll ;o cither to tbe prlvato calen
dar or to a union cnlendar that Is, the com
Dilltco of tho whole on the stato of tho ualoa
IIouso bills amended by tbe Senate to be
token up at once upon being returned to tho
House. Tho committee of tho wholo has the
rliiut to close debate on any paragraph or
amenumeni tncreto witnout reporting to the
The old morning hour It to bo restored ir tho
;on.itdrrntlon ot bills reported by tho commit
tees. At the close or slxtv minutos. if tho mat.
:er is undisposed of, n motion may bo mbde to
pi Into committee of tho wholo to take up n
flven measure, to which nn amendment shall
oo in order that Is, substituting some other
bill which motion, If lost, tho morning hour
continues uniu ino subject matter Is concluded,
without regard to the tlmo consumed.
Kvery body must admit that tho
jhanges which put it in the powor of
tho majority to avoid the wasto ot tlmo
by a factious minority, through all
iorts of dilatory parliamentary tactics.
Is an improvomont. Especially is the
now ruin to boommondcd which counts
svory menibor who Is in tho IIouso as
presont, whether he sees fit to voto or
aou To Day that a man is to bo consid
trod as absent because, for partisan roa-
ions, ho refuses to vote, is simply an
tbswrdltv; hj sober common ena of,
tho tlatlon will lnddrso tlio adoption ot
this cliartgd, arid tho abolition ot the
Nchsbloss rod-tapo procodont which is
of no value except as a means ot delay
and wasto of tlmo.
Tho Democrats of tho IIouso should
bo satisfied. Thoy havo assovcratcd
that tho country was going to tho
"demnltlon bow-wows," nnd that the
llbortlos of tho pooplo wero in danger,
becauso tho IIouso was proooodlhg un
der ordinary parliamentary Usage, with'
out special rules for Bpoclllo oases. Now
tho rules aro ready) let Us havo thorn
adoptcdi that tho representatives ot tho
pooplo liiay tit once got down to busi
ness. Toledo (0.) lllndoi
THE SOUTHERN SHOTGUN.
it (iocs Straight to the lle.lrt of th.
Vexed Hare rroblent.
Tho Mlsstsslnnl shotgun seems to
possess certain qualities which aro not
shared by any woapon known to ancient
or ntodorn times. Other guns some
times provo dangerous in tho bands of
young nnd lnexperloncod people, nnd
frequently cause, moro troublu nt tho
breech than at tho muzzlo. Other guns
ovlneo nn occasional tendency to load
thcmsolves at inconvenient and Unex
pected seasons, SO that lllrisp aniatour
humorists who jiolht thom dt their wives
and chlldron may lie ablo to successfully
consummate their innocent practical
jokes. Tho toy pistol and tho dlminu-
tivo 11. 11. rillo show a persistent dis
position to keep tho male population
within strict Maltbustan limits. Hut
tho shotgun which has been ovolvod to
its present stato of perfection by tlio
social and political conditions of Missis
sippi displays a clearness and discrimi
nation of judgment which aro absolute
ly uncqualcd. In all tbeso conscien
tious attempts to solvo tho race problem
in which it is tho principal factor It has
never misinterpreted tbo purposo of Its
creation or the slnglo function which It
is ihtended to perform. Wo read df fro
qucntraco collisions in this State; some
times these collisions nro premeditated;
sometimes they occur under conditions
that precludo the possibility of careful
preparation. Hut this marvelous woapon
is never takon unawares, nnvot
startled from its equanimity.
When tbo smoko of tbo conflict
clears away it is always found that its
deadly execution has been oxcliislvely
confined to tho IHbloplan race. This Is
tho moro inanelous becntlso the negroes
aro always tlio aggressors, and are al
most always in such overwllolniing
numbers that olio would naturally be
disposed to expect a slight addi
tion to tho mortuary returns suit-
mltted by their opponents. Hut tbo ro
suits nover vary. The victims aro in
variably confined to tlio inferior race.
In all these impromptu and nmatcui
attempts to solvo the race problom ir
which the younger representatives oi
tho Caucasian raco delight to engage,
this weapon renders intclllgentpolltlcal
service. Courts and juries may be
sometimes puzzled to properly adjust
thoso social nnd political differences
that often arise between tho two races.
Tho Mississippi shotguh Is nevoi
troubled with vexed ciuostlons of iuris-
prudence or political economy. With
rare intultlvo insight it goes unerringlj
to tbo heart of all sociological problem!
and humbly confines itself to tho simple
duty of reducing llopubllcan majorities.
It may he truly said that, in Its per
fect adaptability to tbo purposes of its
creation, thoovolntlonof tho Mississippi
shotgun is a most complete and perfect
illustration of tbo soundness of thai
philosophy to which Herbert Sponcet
lias given his long and usoful life St
THE RACE PROBLEM.
4 the BrlrJ nis Its humorous side, Ilk
almost every Ihlhg; elso. They say that
d certain bridogroom, whose, wife Aha.
htrod girl wero taken with the dlseaso
simultaneously, called tho doctor for the
former and'edmlnistorod halt tho modi-
cine prosirlKod to tho latter, tho phy-
slclan being-Ignorant that ho was nun
latorlng to two pationts instead of ono.
Tho result la an all-around happy
Tbt Pride o'f Ills Class.
Ila Was" a, bright, handsome boy of six
toeai suntiy.tempered, brilliant and ongng.
Ihg, tho delight olhlS parents, tho joy of his
homo, and the pride Of his class. Hut a shad
ow fell, across his bright prospects. It bo
gait with a trlfllurf cough; soon camo pro
monitions of consumption, his strength
failed, his cheeks grow hollow, and ho
Soemed doomed to nn early gravo. Then a
friend advised Dr. Fierce s Uoldcn Medical
Discovery. He- tried ,it and was saved.
Health and strength returned, his cheerful
volco rang out again across tho school play
ground, his cheeks ngaln grow rosy, his
eyes bright. Ho Is still "tho prtdo or his
class" and he graduates this year with high
CrmoNio Nasal Catarrh positively cut cd
by Dr. Sago's Catarrh Ilcmcdy. 60 cents, by
druggists. " ;
Wnss a man is attacked by "la grlppe"lt
makes hint Weak in his knees and strong In
his 'necie. Kearney F.nterprlso:
1 nvr usodjluU's Barsaparllla with eh
tiro success In cases of syphilitic, scrofulous
and othor skin nnd glandular diseases. His
tho best medicine manufactured for that
purpose. James Mooro,JL D.,Loulsvlllo,Ky.
The highest ambition of some men Is to
bo seen on a corner talking with a police
man. TcxasJJlf tings.
Mvfrlond, lpokherol you know how weak
and nervous your wife is, and you know that
Carter's Iron Jails will rollovo her, now
why not bo fnlrcboutlt, and buy her u, box!
A saloon Is llko a harbor most of the
wreck" are to bo found outsldo tbo bar
Torre Haute ExpKsS,
Hollow-eyed little children, worms aio
f;nawlnp nt tholr vltils. Their pleading
ooks should mako a mother quickly get
them Dr. Hull's Wornl Dostroycrs.
Writs a man comes to time, does It not
Erovo that time waits for Bono moul -lilng-amton
No Safer Remedy can bo had for Coughs
nnd Colds, or any troubloof thoThroat, than
mat zroaics." rrico -:.) cis.
SoM onlu tn bozct.
, t V
x j, v , v w r--rs ' .ft&fcEffi!
DItY GOODS, CLOTHING, "AT8, '
II A IID W A It li. QUEENSWAEE,
TINWAREt OILS, SALT, ETC ,
Country Troduco bought and sold"i
Goods delivered freo of charge tot
any part of tho city.
701 & 903 West Main nnd Corner
of Bolivar Street.
Wires tho grip gets complicated with sui
cldo it generally proves fatal. Boston Her
ald. Dos't Keglcct a Cough. Tako somo Hale's
Honey of Horehound and Tar tmtaiiler.
Tike's Toothache Drops Curo in ono minute.
TYiies schemes are on foot tho politicians
are generally ou hand. BlnghamtonLcader.
Sure Jt Cure.
Froit-Illtien Boro Feet.
Stockton, Cal., April, 1SSD.
After rubbing hU feet with St. Jacobs oil. In
the evening liefore going to bed, lay son was
cured of chilblains.
Mrs. LEONE G LASER.
At DavobisTS ano Deai.eik.
THE CHARLES A. V00ELER CO.. BalUmori. U.
Aunt Betsey Trotwood hated donkeys, and used to startle herncphcW, Oavld
Coppcrilcltl, with tlio suddenness o her raids upon them, when thoy Infrluged
upon her boundary line, and If you wish to utterly rout Biliousness, Liver Com
plaint or Indigestion, when they Infringo on ytjur good health and enjoyment of
life just mako tiso ot Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's the most
cftectlvcrf nnti-blllous medicine extant. IJesldc, It contains no alcohol to ine
briate; no sugar or syrup to ferment and Interfere with tho digestive process.
It's also strengthening nnd healing to the lungs, for weak lungs, spitting of
blood, lingering coughs and kindred ailments, it Is a wondorfully efficacious
remedy. It's the ouly guaranteed Liver, Blood and Lung IJemedy old. Re
member, you get benefit, or money returned. World's Disi'ENSAitf HfcDlCAl
Association, Proprietors, 003 Main Street) Bullalo, N. Y.
Groceries, Agrloultural ImplomonU
Warjons, Spring .Wi'gotia, Buggies,,
n...".i llnn. ITnrrnws. Hav
xvuavi iwn -'
ItaUcs. Cotn Slicllcrs, Fc'id Cutters,
701 West Main Street.
F, H, REPHLl '
General Merchandise, No. CO
West Mam Street.
J, D. EICE,
(Successor to J. K. Hcmmcl)
DEAMJIt IN (
Staplo nnd Fitncy Groceries, nd
keeps constantly in stock a large
sortmont of tilassware ana queens
ware, etc. Highest market prlc
paid for country produce. Good
delivered to any part of tho eUy free
of charge. Givo him n call.
C. & L. iagIr
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. 3
03r-J?ni3IT33X3 for n incurable cajs of
thonronrlctorsof DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
8V.HPtol!t OP CATAnnil.-Hendache. otwtructlon of nose, dlsoharires
fulllmr Into tliroati 6oitictlinca profuse, waterr, and acrid, at others, thick,
tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody and putrid : ores weak, ringing In cars,
flnnfnraa. .Hfflfttltv nf rfnrtniy thnwt itrrf.p,ftmtfon of OffensTre matter:
breath offensive smoll and tnsto Impaired, and (rencrjl dcbllitr. Only n
few of tbeso symptoms likely to bn present at onco. Thousands of cases
"prMm," nnd Rtrnntr -jinttln cnlntlnna tlth tvliinH fH TtMhlln hftvn Inner been hUInrrUl-lrn.
simply palllato for a short time, or ilrtre Ine diteiue (n the mn(rti ns there is danger of dotna;
In tho use of such nostrums, but (t producfj porfoct nnd permanent cures of lliil
worst cniics of Chronic Cnlnrrli, as thnusnnds can teotlfy. "Cola In the Head"
Is cured with a few applications. Catarrhal Ifcndacho Is relieved and cured as If br
magic. It removes otrcnslvo breath, loss or Impairment of tho sense of taste, smell Of hear
Inff, vatcrinir or weak eyes, and impaired memory, when caused by tho violence of CatorrlL.
as they all frequently aro. Uy drug-gists, CO cents.
evwiilt In Msnenmnflnn nnil itnrl In Vio mvA.
mild, soolhlnff, antiseptic, cleansing, nnd healing properties, In. Sago's Itomedr
worst cases. This infallible remedy does dot, like tho poisonous lrrifntlni snuffs.
Rent fiotieli Mcdiefnn. Reenmmmrloil hv PhvalefartR.
Cures wlicro all clso fails. Pleasant and agrcoablo to tho
tasto. Uluiureu take it without objection. By urutrglsts.
Ceneral I'oncll Clayton llofora llnston'i
At tho meeting of tho Jlystlo Vallev
Club of biislness mon at Boston Ocneral I
Powell Clayton, of Arkansas, discussed '
at lnngth tbo Southern question ami I
gave bU ideas concerning its proper
solution. Ho advocated the adoption ol
an educational qualification for voters
and favored the llluir bill as a measure
to bring the school-bouso within tho
reach ot whites and blacks. Wero tho
Southern leaders to adopt this plan in
stead of solidifying thcnisolvos for its
resistance thoy would bo in a better
position to ask for Northern confidence
and sympathy. Reciprocal, social and
business relations would foster emigra
tion to tho South and link tho two lec
tions morn cloiely.
On.tho other hand the loaders of tho
dominant Southern party must, iake
Northern emigrants moro welcome and
treat them justly. In this connection
(leneral Clayton denouneod tho shame
less Democratic olectlon mothoJs re
sorted to in Arkansas for tho purpose
ot bulldozing and counting out Repub
licans, referring to tho unlnipoaehed
testimony In tho election contest case
of l-'catherstono vs. Cato as bis author
ity. Pulaski County, tlio largest in the
State, ono where tho whites largely out
number, the blacks, and whoro tho Cx
ciiso of negro domination did not bold
good, was nn apt illustration of the
causes of tho reflux of Northern emi
grants. Thero the dominant party by
frauds and bulldozing bad kept a major
ity of 2,000 in tho minority for fifteon
years. Was it surprising that undor
such conditions men of Northern birth
shako tho dust from their foot and turn
their backs upon tbclr homes to seek
homes elsewhere, wlicro such mothods
and practices are not tolerated? Con
cluding, General Clayton said:
Of that page In tho history ot Arkansas, writ
ten in blood, growing out of the Inst Congres
sional cloctlou, into which theso nnmo methods
and practices were carried, I dare not trust
myself to speak. Mr. Graily, for tho people he
so ably represented, has asked you for jour
couHdenco, your sympathy, and that you will
give them your sons as hostages. lie has alio
asked you for your loyalty, For tbo pcoplo not
reprosentod by him, whlto and black, many of
whom in battle upheld Ike flag of the countryln
the hour of Its groatost peril, and many others
of whom, bellcUng they were right, followed
gallantly and faithfully tbe "stars and bars,"
and who now refuse to subscribe to the motto:
"The end Justifies tho means" for all of ihoso,
constituting, I believe, a majority of tho South
ern people, I ask your confidence. And for the
widows and orphan? of those who hivo fallen
In a thus far futile effort to maintain the rights
ot American citizenship, and tor tho living who,
undor tho most adverso circumstances, are
still struggling In that cause, I ask your sym
pathy, I, too, ask you to give up your sous, not
as hostages, but as you gave them to the Terri
tory of KanBas when tho sime methods and
practices wero employed to force upon unwill
ing peoplo the rule of corrupt minorities; and
I ask you for that loyalty which at all hazards
and any cost will seo to It that the constitution
of our country shall not bo dishonored or nulli
fied, and that the fountain through which flows
all our liberties tho ballot box shall be kept
pure aad nndenlod.
C37Mr. Orovor Cleveland Is airing his
tIovs on tho tariff again, apparently
forgetfai ot the fact that it was too
much oxorclso of this kind that hast
ened his roturn to prlvato life. Cleve
tS'Talk Is cheap. That is why tbo
Demoeratlo obstructionists in Congress,
are treating themselves so lavbalv,-
A GAIN or A POUND A nAV IM THE
CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "At.t
RUN DOWN, AND HAS BEGUN TO TAKE
THAT REMARKABLE FLESH l'RODUCER,
! OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH
i iiypopnospnues or Lime & Soda
13 nothing unusual. this feat
has been rerfohml-.o over and over
again. Palatable as milk. En.
dorsed BY Physicians. Sold by all
1JRUGGISTS. AVOID SUBSTITUTIONS AND
To cure Blllentness. Sick neadsche. Constipation,
Malaria. liver Complaints, tnke tho solo
and certain remedy, SMITH'S
Use the SMALT, SIZK (40 little beans to the bot
tle). They are the most convenient: suit on ftget.
1'rlceof either size, 2S cents per bottlo.
KTISSINf 7, 17, TOi I-hoto-gnnra,
VIOOIHU panel size of this picture tor i
cents tcoppera or stamps).
J. F. 8MITTI A CO.
Makers of "Dlle Henna." EC Louis, Mo,
To enjoy health one (bonld have reg
ular oVBeiiatluno every tweu y ronr
hour. Tbo evils, both mental and
aro many and aerlous. For tho cure
of ihla common trouble. Tutt's JLlver
P1IU bavo Ruined .popularity uupar
uncled. Elegantly aug-or coated.
NEW BOOK S i R O S E S
r r- r- to aii
r nCK writ, for ft.
On receipt ot pontapa tumps we will lend free br
Hi all tbo folio wfni valuablt) urtlcleil
0fi8 Dot ot Pure Wing 10 Cents. 1
One Box of Vaseline Camphor Ice 15 Cents.
One Box ot Yaseline Cold Cream 15 Cents,
It you bavo occasion to tia Vmellna In any form
bo rare fill to accept only gcuultiu goods put up by
list In nrlirltinl tiiclirtin. A irrrnt mnnT ilritffirlM
nro tryliiK to per mi ,o buyers to tuku VANIIliNK
bottlo of illue bcal Vaseline la sulil br all drauliU
ot ten cents.
No Vnrlln li ftnulot u&Um our ninn ti ca tbe Ubtl.
Chesebrough Manufacturing Company,
S24 Statu Street, New York,
aj-nius mis rartUMT u rnmu.
POPINIOMS RfNDCREtl ASTOTHE NOVtLTV OF
INVENTISKSANDVAUOITrCF PATENTS. RCJECTtD
TO (HVEKIIONSANO PATENTS PFOMPriYATIlHCED 10
SEND STAMP TOR PAMPHLET
L'Art Do La Modo.
T COI.OUKU l'LATES.
ILL Till LATEST TiniS UO RTf
07 Ordltoreurlf.wf-4eaI r
Mi'if CA hbM Int t nuKh.r (a
Yt. J. MOUF, l'oklLkrr.
II Ko.t !UlhBt.,fttw Yrlu
7-itAxi iius parza iwj nui,
MADE WITH DOILINQ WATER.
MADE WITH DOILINQ MILK.
BULBS wJ SEEDS.
lVe flVr POSTPAID
stYOUK HOttlt, le
It Chole ETerbloorol
Cholcii KTarmooiuliitf Roi, all Ubeld 60
BoitCbryatvnthtmumi. 4 kind, labeled .60
10 1 pkt, 1Mb, 10 Tr. Flower 8d Stir Colleo'n .5
KCholo Yrt. Veet. Betid,-for rtunlly Uirdeo 1.0
Write to-dey tor our .aperbly illaitretcd NKW
BOOK tir tVUWr.UHrr mil, Awribt tne
tbove complete ct Anil ecoree of other. AddreneTIIK
DIHQEK k CONAED CO., Box S, Wtlt Oxoto, Fit
Gold in Him. ER
Ely's Cream Bali"
XLT I1RQ.1., M Wanra SU.X. T.
rrn&tftd itad mirftd without iha knife.
Ilook nn lretmaiitifiDtf ree. Addreti
I IT IH USEUby CIIII
IhouJimdi efjouoi tueeeol
their Urce tail tbclr b1lli aod
tbair happlneu to ttW'i Too4
Uiclr'tailT ti-l Is lafanry
Kldata'i I oo i. Br Drniclu.
MTU 1IIK I Kil'laQ VUOU IS 85MBWI1P. WIMI.IMC1I
ALL CUI ST BUS, -v
r JtiMS WU FIT la twwj tMtn vute.
. When I sey cure 1 do not mean merely to etop them
for a time auu tiita harg ihcm letnrn again. I meen a
redleal cur. I taT mnde ttie dlwaee o( TITS, 11
LKl'a Y or FALLING SlCKNUa a life long tudr. f war
rant my remedy to cuie the wont caaea. Uecauw
otheri bare failed la no reason for not now receiving a
cure. Send at once for a treatise and a ITetottleoC
hit iniAiiinie re in ray. uive cipresi ana I'Of v-nnce.
11. O. ItuOT.il. O., 18S Peart Street Mew Yark,
S500 A YEAR GUARANTEED'
pericanent and pleaaant. WrlU foi particular!. Uhi
VKasi.1. Pub. Co., o.t00 Fasio illi'ir.fil Loull.alo.
, $100 10 53,MO
SURE. II you
Of crory stia and
make, botn Ntw
and BKCOKD II AMD.
WHITE FOU OATALOGUK. feT. LOUIS
Pay OFF YOUR
working evenings for the
CURTIS PUBLISH INO CO.
KEG AND BOTTLED BEER-
Havo tho largest Brewing ami
Bottling House West of St. Louis. ;
W. V. AVAGNKR, Proprietor.
2.00 PEE 3D"Sa."2rr
Cor. Higli and Monroe Sts. j
Enlarged, refitted and furnished.
First-class in all departments. Ac
commodating and trusty porter at
all tinin. I
Electrlo Bells nnd Hess Giicst call
nnd Fire alarm in every room. OITlco,
Dining Room and largest and finest
Sample room in the city on the first:
THI8 18 THE ROLL.
on which Is wound
Tho Braid that Is known
tho world around.
II LOW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS 0
FREE Covprnment LANDS,
MILLIONS OF ACRES l HUhmu, lfnk IX.
L0l.i.ntNHt faa. WMklna-toM mm lpM
CCUh tfip I'nlillratlona wllhni.p. d.crlUnr H
OtnU rOnsiTirtcult.irl,Or.iln.nd Trabai
Und.noiinlos.ulra. SKNT PRKE. AddraM
CHAS. B. LAHBORH, ta.V.TJSaiN"
arffiltS TBU TITl. ta?i
CIT"C Tr. WAL-KE-MAUOII, Tke Grt I-4Ua
rl I ODetUr, l'otltlrely, fleaaantly and Parma
m . ma nntly C'uree riTS-riTa-ri T", by India
KITS Hoota, Darks, Plants, ete. Bend forllla
tratedDsokon FITS and one inontbs'sem
riTO nle treatment Fre, te tke TTil.IE.BilGH
r I O IS DUK BKDK1NI t., KOCBKSTEBt Uelaaa.
nrnuu rau iAyiBT7 u mirms.
DEALER IK AKD MANLTAOTCUEK OF
MARBLE o AND s GRAHITE-3-
Monuments and Headstones.
Adjoining llcrchant's Bank, Jcflcrton St. j
COUNF.n IIIOU AN1 MADISOK STS.
FRED. KNAUP, Proprietor.
um-xm PER DAY.
Telephone communicalions and, other
modern conveniences. Commercial
men will find it to their interest to
stop at tho City. It is centrally lo
cated and its aamplc rooms are thb
best. Trusty porters at all passen
Farm and Machine Repair Shops
liltASS CASTINOS MADK TO OUBER
Give us a call for anything in our
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shops on Jefferson street, between
Dunklin and Ashley.
Cared byDolton'i Positive Rheumatle Cure: also aim
liar afflictions, wberaotnersfall. One bottle will emetha
worst casa. By mall, H Oeo. K. Poltoa, 6U Lonla, aio.
FNTQ! CAVEAT8, TRADEMARKS,
til I Oi laiiiu A- ur.sioiya.
InVontlon ltlUrUIATRI.r to J. B.
OltALLE at CO., nilullan(,i; C
av-RAMS TBll TAFia nwjttMrMvitta.
p'succonfuiir PnoaicuTEs claims.
I Xato JPruclpalxxamloer U.B.Veniloa Bureau.
1 3 jra In last war. l adjadlvatinic claims, atl'y alnre.
vrviMt this ririftawfti'Mm-
Ll... m i. INSTRCCTIONt FUEE.
Addrais W.T.FITZaEItAtJJ. WiSOlUQTOM.U.C.
M-FiMl TBU tun mn kmilk
U. S. CIVIL BEHVICEI How to et a Qontll
f.1' m.ut ClMkablp paring til 10 Hid a month.
Udi ;ot nnt, ,!Mi erkato ba appulntnl JorCeniui
work. A bonk of full partlculara oillT OO cents. A
dron V. u. fttY, W xao. Wainlsfton.D.C'
twimi tui rartt mj y
PV-AQENT8 nANTED for Iho
O I nniC I "OnlT (Jonulna II KIT NTANLKT
and l'lcturoiKiu Afnca. BaUi Inimsnia. Na caal
Ul m.J.l. Outnu .iclianc.a frta. Will par joa to writ
tor ipicl.l ffccU to KUToaiCAL Fua. Co.. it. Loala, Ma.
f irtOHATIONS he
WANTKO OIHIULI t Alrlea. Kair Book.
bi.ai). B.ilUrmi. VaUoaalFakllaklaiOo-SkUala.
to 8 a day. Samplai worth ft.ll
FfttlK. Llne.lioti.nderhortai'raet. Writ
auinnTia airrrt mi iioluiu to.. u.u.iia.
TDCCO Root Orafli-BTarrtblnf No lanar
I HrrA aioe In U S. Nobattar Noobaapar.
I IILLU 1-1 UK CO N-UttSEBIl!S.LOBUIana,lo
erua Tail rtrta nut u.r vnt.
rARUG t low price. Katrtarma. Bookao4
rnnma map ran C. K ueIio.Cbxscq.Iowa.
aa-am rata raraa ri tun im wm
A. W. K. B,
when truiTincr ro adveutiiem rixus
aula Ual f, M tkf 44r'rlaap4t la tW
" FARMERS' HOME,
FRED. TRUETZEL, Proprietor.
Having purchased the "Farmers'
Home," corner of Jefferson and
Dunklin strcots, and put everything
about the premises in good order, I
ask tho patronage of farmers and
First Class Meals and Lodging,
Finest liquors, wines, beer and
c'gar always on hand. Good horse
and wagon lots. Rates very renson-
i i r ...1.
anie. very respcuiuiuy. i
FRED. TKUKTZEL, Prop.
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
221 Madison Stiiekt.
Agent for Detroit Cus Machine Co
for lighting public mid lirivtUa
All kinds of Iron and Wood Pumps ana
Killings, Qns Kixliirea.ClinnJollci's.I.faJ
and Iron l'lpee, Sheet Lead, llatli Tubs,
Wash Stands, Water Clorets, Itubbcr
Hoes, Olobe and Check Vulvcs, Htop
Cocks, Sewer Pipo, Bteam Heating Boil
ers, Kadlators, Etc Bteam Heating a
Plans and cellmates given on all klmli
ot work In auv psrt of lue conutr.
THE STATE REPUBLICAN
WHEN YOU WANT FIRST-CLASS