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A Moody Itourbtni Attempt to Corer Up
Tho official report made, by Unlttd
States Marshal Jllzoll as to tlio circum
stances attending tho recent death of
Deputy Marshal Saunders near tjulncy,
Via.,, shows conclusively onough that It
wtis the result of a coolly ami carof ully
prepared echemo of murder, Tho mar
sbal's report In brief states that ho wont
toQulncy, as previously arranged with
Saunders, to take a colored prisoner to
1'ensacola who had been arrested for
violation ot the postal laws. Saunders
mot Mlzoll as' agreed, and though ho
had been cautioned to bo careful, accept
ed an invitation to rldn with ono Will
iam M. McKarlln and Mitchell. Ho was
not seen again alive, but a fow hours
after Mitchell drove Into Qulncy with
Saunders' dead body in his buggy, but
could not or would not make any state
ment as to tho manner of his death.
The marshal could not remain to mako
an investigation as ho had received
intimations from friends that the mur
derers were on his track also and it
would not bo safo for him to remain
there. That Saunders was decoyed
away into souio lonely spot and mur
dered thcro can bo no doubt, and that
the crime was a political ono is just as
H iVybnt a fow days ago that the at
torney for tho Northern district ot Flor
ida reported to tho Attornoy-Uoncral
(hat gross frauds in tho last election
had been discovered and that tho evi
dence was strengthened by tho confes
sion of ono of the parties Implicated.
It proved that no less than 17,000 l!o
publlcun votes had been thrown out or
kept off tho registration lists, a number
pufTlclent to havo elected ono and proba
bly both the Representatives to Con
gress from that State. Tho report fur
ther charged that it was impossible for
tho officers of tho circuit court to en
force any processes which had to do with
tho election, as the deputies were
abused, the prisoners rescued and tho
witnesses terrorized. This report was
mado prior to the killing of Saunders.
It is evident that tho marshal and his
deputies wero making another etTort to
Mitorce theso processes, for In addition
to thoremoal of the negro prisoner,
they had gone to CJulncy to serve sub
poenas on Jurors and witnesses for tho
next term of court at Tallahassee, it be
Ing understood that tho court would
mako an cITort to investigate and pun'
iBh tho frauds by which two Korrsentu
tlvea were elected and Mr. Cleveland
carried tho State iu 1SSS. The result
ha3 been told. Saunders was decoyed
into ambush and murdered and Mlzcll
had to leavo Qulncy in a surreptitious
manner to save Ills own life. Thus tho
Florida Democrats won another "vie
The question which is now presented
ror consideration by tho Adminlstra
tion is ono of extraordinary Importance,
It docs not concern tho protection of
negro voters in their political rights,
nor does it primarily concern tho in
vestigatlon of frauds at tho polls. Tho
i6suo involved is tho authority of the
United Statc3 and tho power of tho
Government to enforce its own legal
processes. Tho alleged frauds should
bo examined at all hazards. Tho cow
ardly murderers of Saunders should bo
arrested and punished. Hut ahovo and
boyond all this, it is tho duty of the Ad
ministration to stand by its court and
its court officers and securo tho onforce
ment of legal papors placed in their
hands for servico if it has to send a
regiment down there to do it. Tho of'
fenso of tho Florida Democrats Is taiita'
mount to treason. There is not even
any issue of Statu rights involved. It
is simply open, defiant obstruction to
the authority of National law and tho
terrorlzation of a National court by the
assassination or its ollicors. It tho law
has any power it is timo to mako it folt.
II llorlua can ovorrido a l ederal court
with impunity, what is to hinder Missis
Hlppi or any other cotton State, whero
frauds are perpetrated at National dec
tlons, from doing tho same'.' Tho (Jov
eminent acknowledges itself powerless
to protect nogroos in tho rights it has
given them, but if it is also powerless
to protect Its own agents in an
emergency which is not a Stato concern
then indeed Is it weak. Chicago Trib
REPEAL IS IMPOSSIBLE.
The l'irtonitli Amendment Will Ilenmln
in Force Despite Southern Protects.
Wo think Representative Bowles told
his colleagues in tho Legislature of tho
State of Mississippi somo wholesome
truths concerning tho chances of tha
repeal of tho fifteenth amendment to
tho constitution of tho United States
which a majority of tho said Legislature
requests tho National Congress to cor
Said Mr. Howies: "Tho adoption of
tins memorial by this Legislature would
be un unpardonable wasto of time
Most cortalnly. Tho ilftcenth amend
ment never will be repealed: Congress
never will so much as seriously consider
tlio question of Its repeal. It Is in tho
constitution to stay.
Six millions of pooplo creating for
themsolves 8200,000,000 worth of proper
ty in twonty-flvo years, and out of just
nothing at all but an original capital of
unskilled labor, passing from ab.soluto
slavery through proscription and perse'
eution to un nonorauio condition ot
wealth-creating forco aro fit for citizen'
ship. Thoro could bo found more than
six millions of whites in tho Southern
tier whoso aggregate possessions would
not foot up ono-half of tho total owned
by tho colored race.
T.hls Is not a tlmo in which the torn
nor of tho workmen of tho North can be
oxpectcd to sanction tho Misslssipplan'
attempt toward permanent debase
ment and eternal impoverishment ot
the laboring cla6s of tho South. Econ
omy knows nothing of color, casto or
race; it regards labor as an equation,
ana wnen the force ot that equation I
weakened in Mississippi it is weakened
in Maine, for tho scopo of tho labor
problem is unlvorsal. In this country
whosoovor payu taxes has a right to say
how tho taxes snail bo levied and ex
peuded, and who shall oxecuto tho laws
mado to protect tho commonwealth
from which tho public rovonuo Is de.'
rived. It was to establish this principle
that tho war of tho revolution was
fought Tho country would havo rested
quietly under British rule if British
rulo had not run counter to this princl
The' negro pays taxes, every year pays
more taxes, ovory year will pay more
taxes in exact proportion as bis natural
i ignt to ao the best that he can tor him'
elf, according to tho measivo ot his
ability, Is recognized. The right never
has been and never will bo fully oxor
chod by a reoa doprlved of tho voting
power, Thoto are the facte lying at tho
foundation of the mlwalled "negro ques
tion," color os nothing to oo with u
Jftty tn.wi.Uijr tiyjhy Ui wt w uw
rny thing to do with It; party politics
would havo nothing to do with It If only
the Democrats of tho South would ceaso
to array thomselves solidly against tho
laws and equities of tho caso.
Lot tho Democrats of Mississippi fol
low Mr. Bowles' good advlco: "Oboytho
laws of your country," and all will bo
well with their State. It will not bo
well with tho State till tho laws of tho
Nation aro oboyed in It. And, sooner
or later, they will bo oboyed. It is
manifest destiny that thoy should. Tho
fifteenth amendment will not bo re
pealed, and it must bo enforced. Chi
cago Inter Ocean.
Don't Allow TourBflr tn lie l'rrjuillcrri
by Democratic Orcnii-Orlmler.
The freo-trado Democratic sheets aro
engaged in tho unworthy work of en
doavorlng to prejudlco tho minds of tho
pooplo against tho now tariff bill in
course of preparation by tho ways and
means commltteo of tho llouso of
Representatives tho "McKlnley bill,"'
as It will undoubtedly bo called in tho
mouths of the people, after tho distin
guished chairman of that committee.
No details of that bill have yot been
given out, and it is entirely gratuitous
on tho part of thoso papers to assumo
that tho bill will increase duties on
articles already properly protected and
not reduce them on any.
They aro certain to havo a disagree
able nurpriso when tho bill Is reported;
for tho Blado has undoubtod authority
for the statement that tho freo list will
bo increased, "but in a manner and in a
direction that will not injuro American
Industries," and that whero duties are
increased it will bo whero such in-
reaso 's needed in tho Interest of our
own producers of raw material or our
own manufacturing industries.
It Is a fact which tho pcoplo must not
forget, that every reduction of duties
since tho war era has been accomplished
by Republicans. Tho Democrats havo
had majorities, but they accomplished
nothing In this direction. At the close
of tho war tho valuo ot Imported artl-
les on tli 3 free list was only about one-
ninth of tho value of imported dutlablo
articles. By wlso reductions and
changes mado by Republican Con
gresses, tho total valuo of imported
articles on tho freo list is now more than
oitt-!iaf that of tho value of imported
dutlablo articles. For tho fiscal year
ended Juno SO, 1SS0, tho total value of
imports on iho freo list was, in round
numbers, $2.17,000,009, whllo tho aggro-
gate valuo of imports paying duty was
5483,000,000. And as to tho schedules,
tho avorago duty was 47 per cent, ad
valorem in 1808; It has been reduced,
by Republican legislation, to an average
or SO per cent, ad valorem at tho present
The Republican party has shown
itself not only nblo to handlo tho tarllf
for tho best interests of tho people
under tho gradually but constantly
changing conditions of protection and
conversion, but It has shown Itself pos
sessed of the courago to do so, despite
the clamor ot interested persons and the
demagogy of the enemies of tho Amerl
can system of political economy. Tho
Nation will find tho majority of Con'
gross fully ablo to handlo tho question
in tho same manner at the present tlmo.
Iho Republican majority of tho ways
and means commltteo will bo found
unanimous in tho principles by which
they will bo guided in elaborating tho
now .viciuniey mil, ana tho moasuro
will pass both houses and receive I'rcsl
dent Harrisons signature. Thus will
tariff revision bo removed from tlio
political arena, and tho freo tradors bo
left to howl for tariff abolition, instead
of hiding that purpose under tho do
ceptivo cry of "tariff reform." Toledo
SEATS HELD BY FRAUD.
Twenty-Seven Itepulillean Dlntrlcta Hep.
resmteil by Democrnt..
By tho enumeration of 1S80 it was as'
coitaincd that thero wore twenty-eight
Congressional districts In tho South
whero tho colored males of voting age
wero in a clear majority. Twonty-seven
or these districts, thanks to tho rrac
tlccs of bulldozing and fraud which
characterize the Southern wing of tho
Democracy, aro represented In tho pres
ent liuuso uy Democratic Congressmen,
These districts, according to tho Boston
Ural uisini l. Ii. II. Clout, nr-t term i',833
Second district, II. A. Herbert, seventh
term , 2ii
Third district, WtlllnmC. Dates, iltth tcim. 3,119
rounn umm-i, x.ouis w. 'lurpln, first
. term ssor
Second district, II. (J. Turner, firth term.. 3,701
mini uisinci, nmrics a: crisp, lourlh
r ouriu (usinci, Tnomas itt, urlmcs, sec
ond term 9,SM7
Sixth district, Joseph II. Illouut, ninth
Klghth ulatilrl.II. II.Carlton.HPrond term, t lwl
jenm uismci, u. r. itarnes, iiuru term.. . o,H5
Fourth district, N, C. nianchard, tilth
term. . . . ZXQ
r jun nisinci, u. .1, noamer, nrsi icrm.. .',',15
Sixth district, S. M, liobcrtEOn, kecond
Second district. J. IJ. Morirnn, third term.. 3.41M
Third district, T. C. Cutchlncs, third term.11,7-30
j ourio aisinri, uiurite Lewis, nriillerm..
Firth dlstllct, O. I,. Anderson, second
term.,. ., 1,570
mxin uismci, T. ll. blocKUalo, second
Seventh district, C. R, Hooker, sixth term. 6,414
First district, Samuel nibble, fourth
beconu uisirict, ij. u. Tinman, ourth
Third district, J. I), Cothran, second term. 1,!!10
Fourth district, W. II. I'crry. third term. . l,H
Iltth district, J. J. Hemphill, fourth, term. .1I0
Sixth district, a. W. Daman, fourth term. 3,'JUO
Seventh dlstllct, William Elliot,, second
Tenth district, James Phclan, second term. 3,870
KT'Queor things aro dono "down
South." Tho Legislature of Mississippi
has provided for tho adoption of a now
State constitution without submitting it
to tho people. This Is tho Southern
Democratic idea of popular government
I3T"l!allot reform is right, and. that
is why I think it should bo adopted,"
says tho ponderous Mr. Clovoland. Ho
had a different opinion, ovidently, when
ho allowed Appointment Clerk Eugene
Hlggins to go to Baltimore and "work"
the election In the Intorest of tho Dem
ocratic party, Indianapolis Journal.
E3T"Roed's Righteous , Ruling Re
forming Rep's Raised Rousing Racket.
Doughty Democrats Didn't Discern
Disastrous Dofoat Till Tom's Terrible
Trouncing Turned Tables, Taking
Tantrums Toetotally out of Them. So
Should Such Shabby, Shocking Scones
Securo Skillful Squelching." Philadel
tSTIn most Southern, States elections
aro worso than a farce. Minorities have
ruled and majorities havo been power
lets to prevent, bec&uso tho olection
maohlnery has been in the bands of
tho bulldozorB. This state .of things
eau not much longer exist. There will
bo & freo ballot or fight, one or the
i - Tl frfK IL -.'"-mumbir- fiJH
rJ - Vt, I' C-XU klnjy m goods, clothing, jiats, : mSm
iwVi M- M - I " CAPS, BOOTS. SHOESi GBOCEtt $gBM
!U W; I Wfl I WzH 1 PROVISIONS. TOBACCOS)
?W mUPWiWny ml hard wake, queenswarb,. " WM
liW fc-, ij? H j fe i llM ISJ TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. J, , &
j i W-i 4 it TnU ' flood, dillwtd tee of iharge to! ?gj
' ifMl IJ ill ' W Rn701ft&003 VcX Main and Corner f
hMlLlfMyMMWi i of Bollvnr Street. M
Tit True, 'TU rlty. ttty 'Tls, Tlt Tru,
Mirn than two. thirds of our sick folks arc
treated by ignorant and unskillful phy
sicians, and wero it not for tho wonderful
recuperative power of nature, a much
larger proportion would bo lurried prema
turely into tho grave on account of orrono
ous treatment, l'coplo aro mostly them
selves to blame. Thoy aro n long tlmo get-
ling sick but demand immediate rouer. ho
for dyspepsia and Indigestion tho dootor
roscnues n camnruo phi, lur hu uumu
nted ntnmoeh somo alkali, for naln somo hot
liniment, for sleeplessness somo tiarcotie,
for skin diseases somo external ointment,
and so might erroneous treatment be enu
merated to greater length, but enough it is
Vo show tho doctor aims to give quick tem
porary rcllof without hopo or expectation of
uny permanent good. Now nine times out of
ten dyspepsia, weak stomach, nehes, pains,
sleeplessness, nervousness, skin diseases,
etc., owe their origin to a stato ot dofoctlvo
circulation and blood Impurity, and tho uo
of that scientific remedy Invented by the
eminent Dr. John Hull, of Louisville, Ky..
would effect n permanent euro. It Is called
JJr. IJUii s narsapuriiia. ucmiiuuituijuur
druggist. Take no other.
Now.inATS a man can find as much out
about himself by getting on tho jury as by
runuing for tho i'rcsldcnoy. Chicago Her
oidood ico.t3 oui 10 o.iuasnu on Jtutinn isr.t
O posiuvjtma oq .Cino tic j n put .won us j
o;dood iudj3 trim ul'istiOHcpj oxlKinQ
nnlglit of 1'ythlas lllenntal Conclave, at
Milwaukee, wis., .Iinr. ItiOO.
For this creat occasion ercurslon tickets
will bo sold from ell principal points In tho
United States and Canada to Milwaukee
and roturn via tho Chicago, Milwaukee ii
bu i aui uauway ainntf raiei.
tvaukeo Hi St. Puul Bailway is tho til'rect
route to Milwaukee, ana as tnccanm grouml
for tho Uniformed Knights (to which point
cars and trains will bo run through with
out transfer) is located directly on this lino,
it will bo teen tliut tho Chlcngo. Mllwaukeo
It St l'uul Rallwuy has n great udvantago
over other routes which aro unablo to fur
nish such facilities, and visiting Knights,
their families and friends should bear this
In mind when purchasing excursion tickets.
A circular plvlug detailed information
will bo mailed freo uron epplication to A. V.
it. uAitrENTF.ii, ucncrai rassengcr Agent,
tuuvv auacc, vv is.
Tnit tileturo of a man was never taken
that ho did uot feel ilvo years uftoi-ward
that it looked foolish. Atchison Herald.
153,600 ltevvuril for a I.ost Cat.
Thn eiiulvnlent lnncllsh moncv of f2.r)00
tv-jis nnrn nfTrred bv nn old ladv In London
for the return of u favorite cut which hud
strayed or been stolen. People called her a
"crank," und perhaps sho was. It is un
fortunntn that one of tho gentler scs Bhould
over gain this title, yet many do. It is,
however, irequcnuy ntu meir luuiu wiil-h
functional deranircmcnts will apparently
chango a woman's entlro nature. Den t
blame such suncrers ir tnev nio -crunKy,
hut tell them to uso Dr. Pierce's Fnvorlto
I'rescrintion. which Is nn infalliblo ron-cdy
for "female weaknesses." It will soon rc-
storo them to their normal condition. It is
vntrraHttU to give satisfaction In every case
or money paid for It will bo returned.
Tin rinncr.'s Pellets, tha original and only
genulno i.r.ue i.ivcr mis; bo cents a viai;
one a uose.
It has been judicially decided that corn is
fuel. Tho juk-o of it has lurat been known
as u grciit heater. Baltimoro American.
Vt'o offer Ono Hund red Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that ci'ii not bo cured
uy WKing nairs uniarrn uuro.
V. J. Cuency & Co . Trous.. Toledo. O,
IVc. tho undcrslirned. havo known P. J.
Cheney for tho lastlifteen years, nndbellevo
him perfectly honorablo In all business
transactions, and financially ablo to carry
out any obligations mado by their firm.
wests irnax, v noiesaio Druggists, toicuo.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
uruRKisis, joieao, unio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly on tho blood and mucous but
faces of tho system. Testimonials free.
Price, 75c. per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists.
Tnn goat seems to have achieved tho dlt
tlnctlon of being tho head worker of tho
animal kingdom. Hiughainton Leader.
Iti Kcellcnt Qualities
Commend to public; approval tho California
liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It is
pleasing tn tho eye, and to tho tasto nnd by
gently acting ou tho kidneys, liver and bow
els, it cleanses the system effectually, there
by promoting tho health and comfort of all
who use it.
tioninu'pitbn (lately Curod,
ToTnEnntTom-iplcasolhform your read
ers that 1 have; a positive remedy for tho
above named dlsoaso. By Its llmeiy uso
thousands 6f hopoloss cases havo been per
mnnontly cured. I shall bo glad to send two
bottles of my remedy nun to any of your
readers who have consumption If they will
send mo .their, express and post-ofneo ad
dross, ltospocltuliy, T. A Hi.ot'UM. M. a,
t 181 Pearl street, Now York.
"Wnstt n comnonnr llndortAkns la senro nn
opera ho flnds harmony necossary. But the
trtuoa uou'b. uaitimoro American.
Thorrrcat art ratnlomioof tho Brvantft
Stratton Chicago Business Collego, which
coulaluB 11J largo pages and which is ever y
whore creating to much lutcrost, will bo
mailed to any eddrcsB upon receipt of stamps
to pay posta7e, 10o. Addross II. B. Briaxt
& Sox, 15 Washington Street, Chicago, 111.
A DocTon Practices on his own natlcnts.
But a musician practices on tho patlouco
of others. Ypnkcrs Statesman.
Jons FiTznitnAt.n. of Lehmh. Missouri,
writes May !d,ilSot)l , . . .,
"1 havo been trvlng Shnllcnberger'ii AntU
doto for Malaria ind think it tho best med
icine 1 over saw. It cured my wife and lit
tle girl when nothing clso would, and they
aro both stout-and hearty after taking ono
WitM n. man' wtrn boffins to comnaro
him with other men ho will do well to stay
at homo night. N. Y. TVorld.
Tnp. doetif Vwiild not tell what ailed rnr.
but lwas helpless and coi'ld not uso my
hnnds or feet Ono day a neighbor brought
mo a bottlo of Bull's Sarsnparitla and I after
wards got two bottles moro, by using which
l am now touna auu wen una uuio iu yu uui
and about L. L. Brown, Ilahuville, Liu
- T -
The croundhec nnd tho mrinc poet both
enmo out of their winlcr quarters simul
taneously. St. Joseph Kcvvs.
Fon Coughs and throat troubles uso
Unovv.N llitoxcillAl. Tnoi lies."' "Thcv
ctopnn altatkof my nsthmn cough very
promptly." C. Palou, Mlamlvlllc, Ohio.
A jiam can hardly be expected to foot n
bill without a llttla kicklntr about it Bal
TV,fineTa vm nt.nnt nlirnv, linvenf-nod
supply of Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers nn
hand. Mothers wnntthofo candies for their
hlldron nua won t tako any oilier.
Two or n kind that never mako n nalr
Tho Ideal vt-Lo and tho Ideal husband. H.Y.
If you want to bo cured of n cough uso
Halo s Honey of lAArchomidand Tar.
l'lkc'D Tootliccho Drops Cure In one minuto.
Tnn characteristics of tho foco are dealt
with by Phu-iognomy. Merchant Trav
eler. Do not purgo nor weaken tho bowch, but
net ppecially on tho liver und bile. A perfect
liver corrector. Carter's Little Liver Pills.
Tntspe-lnf'tho banana has a falling In
flection. Yonkers Uazetto.
T7ith groans and sfghs, end dizzied ess,
IIo scoks tho couch nnd dotfnjw lies j
Kausca and faintness in him rlM.
Brow-racltlng pains assail him.
Pick hcadncho I But cro long comes ease.
1IU r.tomach rettlos into peace,
Vdtuin Uls head tlio thi-obblncs eeaso
Picrco's Pellets never fail hliu, I
iD w i a: si art
DEALEB IH !
Groceries, Agricultural Implements'
Wagons, Spring Wnpons, Uugg!cs
Road Carts, Vlana, Harrows, Hayr
Hakes. Corn Shcltcra, Feed Cutters,,
70t AVest Main Street.
rot y i
F. H, ItEPHLO.
General Mercliandlso, No. 60
IVcst Main Street.
jTd. R I O B,
(Successor to J. E. Hemmcl)f !
DEALER Itf '(
, Staplo nntt Fancy Groceries, nndl
keeps constantly in stock n Urge as
sortment of Glassware nnd Queens
waro, etc. Highest market prlcai
paid for country produce. Goods
delivered to any part of tlio city free
of charge. Glvo him n call.
C. & L. WAGNER ,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
KEG AND BOTTLED BEEE.
Have tho largest Ilrowing and
Bottling House West of St. Louis. I
Nor will they fail anyone in such it diro predicament. To tho
dyspeptic, tho bilious nnd tho constipated, thoy aro alike "a friend
in need and a friend indeed." As a Liver Pill, they nro uncoualed.
Smallest, cheapest, easiest to tako. Put up in vlal, hermetically sealed
hence, alw.iyu fresh and reliable, which is not truo of tho largo
pills put up in wood or pasteboard boxes. As a gentlo laxative, only
ono pellet lor a tiuio. inroo to lour ot tneso tiny, sugar-coatca
granules act as a cathartic. Manufactured by Wokld's Dispensauv
Mi:moai, Association-. 003 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
liRoxrnms is cured by frequent small
Josca of l'iso's Curo for Consumption.
Ir love is blind thero Is no uso wasting
gas ou It. Homo Sentinel.
A nox safety matches freo to smokers of
"Tausill's Punch 5c. Cigar."
TVitt. a skeleton key open a dcad lockt
Una ncTCrbcen moro prernlrnt or more prostrat
lnj thn now. Tne winter buy ueen mtl.t anaun
be.iltbltil, influenza cpldemlo an1 fevers unre
vlxlted nearlr all our homo,, tearing about everr-
boAj In a weak, ltrol-out. lanRtild condition. Tlio
u,cfulneii ot Uood'a Bartapurtlla la tbua made
greater tban ever, for It In absolutely uncquallud ai
a buudlng-np, iireiiKineoitiu uouictno.
Tne world seldom looks to sco tho kind of
tracks you left behind, provided vnn only
got there. Milwaukee Journal
ApoAPthat is soft is full of tenter, half
probably, thus you pay seven or eight cents
nor pound for water. Dobbins' Electric
feoap Is all soup and no adulteration, there
fore tho cnenjifel and lial. Try DotMm".
It Is said that a man from tho I'ino Tree
Ktato can bo told by the pitch of his voice.
All cases of weak or lnmo back, backache,
rheumatism, will And relief by wearing ono
of Carter's Smart AVeed and Belladonna
Backache Plasters. PrlcoSTiccuta Try them.
Tint convicted criminal Is never rllovved
to hurry himself. IIo must take his tlmo.
Suffered for Niuirly SO Yourn.
lh7N. Uht-BtiTM., JiultlmoR', MJ.
For nearly &) j ears! t-uflcicU w itU rlictima
tUmJnarni aim shoulder; could nut llfliny
arm, Lts thau iwo buttk-H uf m. Jacobs of
curcl me. W. U. UKDsON.
Of Many Voam Stiiutllnp.
UaddUcii, Crockett Ju., Tenn.
Sly rase wai rhiiimiatlsin vf ramiy years'
ttmuIliijT, contni.lcd OurJug tho war; trltd
niott evc-rjtlilng Mltbout rt-licf. ht. Jacobs
OU linally cunrt me. FitKD. KOGUU
AT I)tltJ18TS AND DF.At.KR9
THE CHARLES A. V0CCLER CO. Baltimore. MJ.
(let of Kly'i Cream
ltnlm awl ioiitder
mvfctf eurcd. I u.
fered 20 yean from
catarrh ami ealanh
al headache, and thtt
to the Jlnt remedy
that afforded latltna
relief. D. 'T.Ulogln-
A partlcl. Ii .rpllffd Inio carK noitrll and in .pre.
ablo. Prl'-.Mc4'iitMntririitffLti br rnnjl, i-eKtlK-n"!,
Uoenti. ELY IIUOTIlEH!)"M w'arran bt.. w Vurk
Titfs Pi $
Tlio first doso orten nstonlaties (ho In.
vallil, fc-lvlug eluatlettjr of ullud aul
Bonyaiioy of Body
lo will eh lie was beforo a (trauffcr.
I ucy givo appetite,
cnlarliowslD ond solid floali. VI
lugnr coated. I'rtco,23ct.perti
I was T&rrniucti ru-i down tn hettllli. tiad no
strength ana no inclination to no anyia.nif. i n-ire
been toltina Ilooa i Piiriftnarlllfl and that tlrcu reel
Ing hat left me. my appcllta tin returned, 1 4m Uk
anoirman." cuAuxcuy JjAtbasIi jNortnuoium
I haro for a rni time been umdji Hood Eama
parllla, and believe me, 1 would not be without It,
Aiia nprinic nieaicine it is invaiuau - u.
HiioPES, vm Ontario street, ciiicato, in.
Poldbralianiel.t.. tit alxforM. lreiaro.l only
bj c. I. IIOOD&CO., Apotnocailus, Iymoll. Musi.
IOO Doses One Dollar
BEST IN THIS AVOllLD !
Oih Aneelnlllefl In flhMifftrflrnllfinFti.
TAMPED O J
fJfSnnd nddroim nn nun tut fr raluable Informa
tion. IV. J JHIUUIiAH, Jlrochtou. Jll
GOLD KEDAL, TAR18, 1878.
AV. BAKER & COS
10 altolutcly yura and
it it olxible.
ara um4 tn Iti preprttlon. It hu
nwr (Aon MrM tt- ! Urtn.vth ot
Coco cOitd with Btmrch, Arrowtoot
or BUKsr, tad 1 therefor far ntor
acor.omlctl. teti lut thn n$ ettf
cvjx. It if dfllcioui, nourlililus.
trtnctlifulnffi AaiLY DiotBTiD,
and admirably diptc4 for lavaUda
M Q M for pcriom la health
gold ly Grorera everywhere.
W. BAKER & COt Dorchester- Hoss,
PttlO THE FREIGHT
5 Ten Wnpon HcnTen,
TU9 lkmcn aod BacaIjox U
u.iillnn tills Mtw aVntl ulrlniu
7 JONES OP DIHUIIAMT0N,
w M-.rn urns U HT V
(Jcrmftit Atkw Our nveraf Co giro lmmt( !
aitrtlitf lu thoralca.fnaurf emnforUblf
:ucfl ewrgf wurr aituvurrp J mi
lot DruinHm or-by tnU. Smpl FIIEK I
iaU. IHt. H SClIIPf MANN Bt, Iuvi(UIb
JTU AU T UUMm iwt ft
ialwUmi Ail "KUlrtH
ror"mn-lown drill) itatMnml nvpnvorkpd
wom"n. Dr. Plcrrn's Knvorlto rnwrlptlnn h
tholjfftornll rtfitorntlvptonld". Hlanpotnnt
HpocKlc for till thoso Clirunlo Wrtiltrn,sra and
UlfipiificB ppcullnt to Wmnin : a powerful, gen
eral aa wt-ll as uterine, tonie ami ncniuu. It
Imparis vlfftvr and strength to tho wlinlo yfl
tent. It promptly cures wonkneM of stomach,
nnusra, indleMlmi, Monti n?. wcali tmck,
nervous proRtratlorJ drbillty ond Rtccplcea
nCBS. In either sex. It 1 carefully com
pounded bj nn experienced physician and
adapted to tvomanfi delicate orffanlratlon.
Purely vepetoblo nnd perfectly barmlcttt la
any condition of tho system. It Is tho only
rucdlclno for women, sold by drujrglets,
under a ponltlvo Ruornnteo of eitiefao
tlnn in every case, or prlco (31.00) refunded.
This ntninmtoa bus boon printed on tho
bottlo-tvruppor, and faithfully carried out
top mony sears. V.'otn.D'fl Disi'ENSAnr
rlEti:cL Association, rroprietors, No. C03
Main Street, lluSoio, N. V.
P ISO'S UKMKDY I'Olt OATAltltU. Best. Kaileat lo use.
Chennct Kellef Is Immediate. A ctuo la certain, i'or
ix)ni in uie itoau u nas no cnuau
W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor.
S2.00 DPSK iD.sr.
Cor. High and Monroo Sts. J
rr-nttod mid flfrnlslicd.
First-class in all departments. Ac
commodating nnd trusty porters at
all tinins. '
Klcctrlc Dolls and Hess Guest calf.
nnd Vlrn nlnrm In pvprv room. Office
Dining Room nnd largest and finest
bnmplo rooms in mo cny on mo uibs
n .ij an ointment, of which n small riartlclo t applied to !
nostrils. l'rlce.COc. KoIdbyilrucclstiorscntbvmVll.
Address, ii. T. JlAzni.Tixa, Warren, Pa.
arXAua tuu paria
i:.STAIlMSlIi;i 3.1 YKAllS.
8ri5I3 ANI lL ANTH aro vlanjrd everyntjerc Titui, Collection O beauUful T.vtu
loointnir llcea ifntjwtftd for onlr COc, Choice Vlnntrirtff PlanU, tlalbt and Climbers
Vffiitt.1 hoWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS.
luJinuiltt.l. Writ. lor WoMlfullj Illumined OUlogtto FltEB. Incloil 60 lUmpi tor poiUC
u. oua & sons CO., 1108 Ollvo Street, 8T. LOUIS. MO,
I tJtij Uai will. '
Secure a Piano or Organ f;
for your growing daugh-Kj;
tcrs, tret a liandsonie din-
sot or an expensive
gold watch without spend
ing a cent if you choose to
do so. Wc want a special
agent in your town, and
offer you any of the above
in exchange for a little
work you can do for us
Cuhth PrntisiiiNG Co.,
On receipt of pos-tatce atamrn wo will eond fr6 by
mall tlio tylluw fun valuablu artlUcat
Ons Box of Purs Yase5a3 IOCn!s.
One Box cf VaseTme Camphor b 15 Cents.
Cr.o Got of Yaselins Cold Cteam IS Cents.
If vnn hnvA nrcsKlnn tt ua Vneelinfl In flnv fnrm
bornrutulto accept bitty coiiuiiia goods putuiiby
UK tn origin ill pHcknutt. A great mnnr trticiiifi
ardirytnx tupTMnn ebuTtritotuku VAHI-ljtK
nt un lr ilium. Nerrr rfolJ to auib petituuKlon.au
hMftrtlnlA Is fin liniliilfun irlthtiilL valua nut will
iiotfclroyoii tha result you eip-ct. Atwooitnto
bottle of llluo Boil Vmelloo Is aoltt by all drucgtttt
N TaMltDtla pnultn vnlMi oar rtva ti a th lbL
Chesebrough Manufacturing Company,
21 State Street,
m 0 ii
rilODUCKI) 11V Till!
PARKIIILL M'F'G CO.,
DENNY, POOR & CO.,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON.
ABSOLUTELY PERFECT IN MANUFACTURE
Thu IipbI WAKSI PAIlIlIOInthfumtintrT for
ijriJies nun i ni hi re ii ?iriMif nil Duuiiuur weuri
Beware or ImlUtiont.
. J) i1
MADE WITH BOILING
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
V.'liCn Imrciiratrln n.i nma n nitr.1. In Ik am
U.l-sVrrt'AU.INGHICKNKHallf iuiurriuilr. l'mxr
rAi.t mr irmcdy to cum tli wont ctt. JlsctvuM
ollicru ho filled I no roapoii for not now rrclTlnsf a
cur. hn(tiitor.cfor tretl and a, Kreo ottloof
my inrtiiihi remedy, nirt- Kipirt end rewt-om-e.
It U. KitOT. M. a. ins lerl Mret,Nw Yrk.
Curvd liy Dolkin'i I'ofltlre Rumllo Car l alio ilia
liar affliction. Hlmtnthera fall. UatbottUwllleurotha
wMilcaiB. Of mall, $1. Uo, X. Uolwa, bULouli.Mft,
If yen want toiii
tkatUU&rffntMfinM hutronr oiKlm i
Itin liHnrlB of .iOHKI'11 II. inrwTi;tt.
Al MFlinrili ITABIlLlUiUatili v
rva v c tiua mn mj tx jm vrua
disable i pay, etc I D
riftTfUlTrt I ''iTtnt pomMhlnf nn
or IKSTKUCTIO FUKK.
ft wonfC! caveats, trademarks,
fi-v n fir Band ronrh Watch r rhen modal oi
OKU nTnuon juur.uiA ir.iji to yfl jj
STAHI FY'S H.S?atoa.t.
J..T. ;,rir,.T." ouakantlkli,
Snmp,lcs worth ft. II
to Q(l a da
rCi:i L1ii(.Kf,ot.'nH.r.lnr,fat. Wrd
nut a i tn mi mi mis uui uku to., iioiii.xiu.
Atiwtioil biAuol ct loteunipjr, JU.dlMM, Wit
YOUHQ HEH &teRlSl!!
SDod altoatiun. wrlt J. U. UUOWW, bedalla, Ma
Tbmfld f MOf own w4
voiottj a tha V. H, A.
Ihtir live u4 Ibulr ltlih tn4
their hipplbtM l JUi(ii ?m4
Oitir dkOr lu Infancy
nd Childhood (jrio(ba
im MS 1WMII.IIU
9Kk CJ tli C fi fTft LUI JOHN W.MOU HIS
B JIK1V&B VIM WuoSiliifftoiit 1.
frHiiWitrirtiit ' '
I Trt atad and carad without tha knlf
I nn o iinireimeii.iojiiir, Aoarea
Sr Picket Fence MiG&lne for SlO.Oa
u giimiui ivm a. il Uamttf xau, a
TfirPO noot . arftfta-nyfrythlni!. Ho Una
W?AOTUJ3 rrXH MM J Vli
DEALER IN ND MANUFACTUIlEIt Of ,
MARBLE AND GRAMTEffi j
Monuments and. Headstones.
Adjoining Merchant'! Bnk, Jeffenon St..
CORNER 1IIOII AND MADISOS STS.
FRED. KNAUP, Proprlrtor. I
RATES-f 2.00 PER DAY.
rclcpliono coinrounlcauons and other
modern conveniences. Commercial
n will find It to their interest to
stop at tho Uity. it is centrally io
cntcd and lis sample rooms are the
best. Trusiy porters at all passen
Farm and Machine Repair Stops
-Dlt ASS CASTINGS MADE TO OIIDER-
Give us a call for anytlilnp In our
line. SallsfMjtiou guaranteed.
Shops on Jtfferson street, between
Dunklin and Ashley.
FRED. TRUETZEL, Proprietor.
Having purchased tho "Farmers'
Home," corner of Jefferson and
Dunklin street, and put overytlilDjr
about tho premises in good order, I
ask the palronago of farmers and
First Glass Meals and Lodging:
f inest liquors, wines, ueer ana
c!gars always ou hand. Good horse
and wagon lots. Rates very reason
able. Very respectfully.
FRED. TRUETZEL, Prop
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
224 Maiiison Sthket,
Agont for Detroit Gau Machine Co
for lighting public- und privato
All kinds of Iron and Wood Pumps ancl
Fittings, Gas Fixtures, Chandeliers, Lead
and Iron I'lpei, Sheet Lend. Bath Tubs,
Wash Stands, Water CloMts, Rubber
Hues, Globe and Check Valves, Stop
Cocks, Sewer Pipe, Steam Heating Boil
ers, Radiators, Ktc. Steam Heating a
Plans and ritimates given on all kind!
of work in antr part of tl country.
THE STATE REPUBLICAN
WHEN YOU WANT FIRST-CIAS$