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Tariff. HuihI Hook.
Inneinticu &i it U aettK.il that the
Tnrlff I to te the predominant Iiwue
n the I'nuMi-utlal campaign of 1!04,
the Tariff Hand Hook, Just lxxued by
the American Protective Tariff
league, I-rinie of fjiectal value.
An Mju;ii iinn.unt .f matter relating
to tin- Tariff in it various phases
has iii-vi r Ihvii Incorporated lietwtf 11
the eovcin of any ninj;le volume.
Tlit-re U 110 qiieetioti that tlie Krw- j
Trader can poiMy raie wiileli in i
not answered in tli! handy book of
ninety-six pages. Every fact bear- !
ing upon the Tariff nnd It relation
to national nnd individual jirosoer
Ity i hen iti to le fouud. Statistics
covering almost every lield jf indus
trial, cirmiiieri ial ami bushies nf tH
ity hit here prewnd-d In well orderetl
form, all of them authentic, ofliclal
am indlsputal'lc- A an aid to
writer and Kjteaker in the current
ra!!ial.:). tin Will us to students
desirous nf !!ifiiniiig tiieml ves re
gariling i-i'oiiotnle fact and eonclu
kIoiih. the Tariff Hand Rook Willis;
found lniil-eiisalMe. I 'rice, 25 cents.
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l'rut o T ine Table,
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Texas, OI.I11 1101111 Mem
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Homo ViMtors rxcunions to Ohio
In liiMi.1 Hni Lnuivi!ir Kv , Sept, 6
i 5, j' n'.i 2 , innl tM. i I'll, oiu'
l.ir plus $i. for i he tounil trip, te
turn limit $0 t'ny fiotn d.ite ot nle.
Knight Templars San Francisco,
Aug 15 Jo Sept io, return limit Oct
23rd. $45.00 round trip.
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Fertile Valley of the MlnsUnIpp '
VlilIe It Is true Oklahoma, Indian
Territory nnd Texas Invite tlie
IfoiiH-wi ker and otliern In nearrh of
. prolitable investment nnd biihtnNH
competency , there is another Held
nloiiff the l'rt-ico fSyxtem quite re-ct-ntly
opened to those interetel In
a personal tiettermetit of flnaneial
On June 1st. the line of railrond
heretofore known as the St. IauI.
Memi'liln & Southeastern (now Fris
co SvKtenil, wim extended to St.
IoiiU. thu making r territory in
MlHrtourl and Arkausam, uIodk the
west linnk of the Missiiwlppl Klver,
awssilile by way of St. Louis.
Tlie preetent oervicu roliHUU uf jwut
wner train leuvlu Tnion Statiou
:10a. 111. dully, for Cape tiirardenu,
Luxoru, tjirruthersvllle nmr Inter
mediate points to MemphU, alto the
Cain tiirardenu ntx'onimodatlon
(daily), lei.vins I'nlon Station
4. CO p. 111.
Some year tiiuv, ivrh;i j - n quar
ter of a century, thin Hectlon van
avoided by reason of want of devel
opment or progrvHidvencxtf;- now,
however, it eonwidered eipial, iih
the homewoeker and inventor may
measure, to Oklalunna. Indian Ter
ritory or Texan. The change In con
dition throughout was aecomplihed
by Virgo governmental expenditure.
a progressive people' and extended
railroad fucititleu promoted luid
maintained by tlie Frfneo Hystem.
ojH'mting, an It doe, nearly TOO
miles of railway in the Immediate
MUnlHMippl Valley, lens than 300
inili-s distant from St. Louis.
The foil ia exceedingly fertile, crop
invariably abundant, tlmlicr inter
ests etenHive ant; resourceful.
Those desiring additional particu
lars will receive immediate response.
Fasseuger Traifle IVpartment,
tSl SAINT LOl'IS.
Notice or Petition for Vacation
Not ice Is hereby riven that 1. tlie
undersigned, did. on Saturday, the
thirtieth day of July, l:s)J, lile wltli
the clerk of tlie county court of the
county of Hates and state of Missou
ri, a petition to tlie said county
court, the prayer and intention of
wiileli is to ask for an order and de
cree authorising the vacation of that
portion of Cedar street, in tlie city of
JMch ft 111. ruimtv jim! mi h t.. df.tv
said, that lies U-twe.-n I'.liK'ksSIx
tH'ri mill H.viit..ii In IM.'li 11 ni'1'.-.tv..
Coiiipauy's First Addition to the
said city; that said petition will be
presciiW-d to the said court for hear
ing at tlie Septemlwr term thervof.to
in-iiu hiki iiexi hi met tirri(ou"e
ill tlie eitv of Hnll.T ...iifi t ,1.1
state tlforesalil. 011 Mitn.lue flu. tim.
day of Septeiiils-r, 1.W4. ami on the
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July 27, 114.
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ii.lrei.s The Kiiubus til Journal
Kuu.i0 City, Mu.
lfif The irnil of (ortane
M Remember, hould you woo it, " i
f i.CV Cliat fotlune' wheel turn best or those j rl
Who put their
U0U1TAI1 SESISaCPEI THYSELF.
There once lived two brother otuj
vat poor, the other rich; but tie neb
brother gare the poor one nothing, and
ha had to work hard for a livtngJ, Ttiaes
were tome-times ao bad that hi wife
aud chUdren had not erea bread to
One day he was drivi&c hi cart
through the wood, and noticed at the
side of the path aa openins through
the tree, and behind them a large bar
rwx noun tain which he had serer ob
served before. 80 he stood still and
Rooked at it wltn aurprtae. '
As he stood he saw II fierce looklag
men 'coming toward him. Thinking
they were robbers, he drew hta cart be
hind the bushes and Climbed us a tre
to see vhat would happea. The 1
pien went and stood before thw mount
ain and cried, "Mountain Seainia,
Mountain Seslma, open tbyaeli:' Im
mediately the oWea of the mountain
parted asunder, and the It men walk
ed In, and Immediately it closed after
In a short time, however, it agahi
opened, aud the IS men came out Tar
rying heavy sacks on their baoka, and
as soon aa they were all in the opn
air they turned to the mountain, ud
aid, "Mountain Seilma, Mountain So
Slma, close thyself!"
The sides lasuntly came tcgettirr
and there was no longer any entrance
to b eeeen, and the 11 men went away,
to be seen, snd the 12 men went away.
' As socn as they were out of Sight
the poor man came down from the tree
and felt very curious to know waat
could be concealed In the mountain. So
fee 'placed himself before it. and said
"Mountain Beilnia. Mountain Bee'nia.
open tbyssK!" and the mountain stood
opt a before him. He stevped la and
found the whole Interior was a mine of
silver snd gold, and behind the f-uld
lay heaps of pearls and sparkling pre
ious stones like hoarded grain.,,
The poor man hardly knew whet to
do, or whether he dare take anything
fruut these ireasaree. At last he nll1
his povkets with gold, leaving the
pearls and prccluue aiouot uiitoiiehed.
V'lis l, wihlied to go out of the mine
he remembered to say, "Mountain He
law;, close Ibyewlf !- Immediately the
uoubiala clawed and the pour ai.xn
took hie rsrt from behind the buaoss
sad drove It home to his house.
He now wanUsl for nothing, cure
la4 flnl, and ho could bur-brul and
viine aad ail he required for his wife
uJ ciiildrea. They live.! (or a long
tiat la happiness and pveee, but be
Ud aa forget to give lo the po.r, sod
wsui kind to every one.
Whoa he weal a evooad tune lo ti e
mountain he borrowed of his brother a
hueaet mess ure to carry the gold sad
fcUvcr; but the rich treasure be did not
ti'b. At his third visit he also bor
rowed the bushel of his brother, wU.ise
suspicions were now aroused, lie had
tor a long time been jealous of bis
brother's kaupf fortune and hli hap
py household and he could not IraeKiue
wrere he bbtalned these riches, and
vrnat he wanted the bushel for. Thou
he would sttrrad pitch over the bottom
f the bushel, and when the mgasuro
I -ins back, tbere, eure euoush, wss a
fieee of gold ir.lng lo It.
I:umllately be weul to his brother,
awl asked bits, "What have you been
U"tiring In my busat lT"
"Wheat and. Larky." ssid the other.
Tlitn he showed htm the piute of 'to hi.
f.i.1 tLreatttied him that If he ilU not
t:l the truth he would complain of
him to the Justices. Then the p'r
n an told hi brother all thai bad 00
c:rred. Ua tlsthe ritU IroUisr Ui IU
come ml E'R'J- S
shoulders to it v ff
horses harneaed to a wagon and drove
away, quite determined to make good
use of the opportunity, and bring away
richer treasure than mere gold ri'd
silver. When he came to the mount
ain he cried. "Mountain Selr
Mountain Sesinia, open thyself!" The
mountain obeyed; and aa he went lu
the mountain closed upon biro.
There lay the ricbea all before him,
and he for a long time was in doubt
what first to lay hodr of. At last he se
lected as msny precious stones aa be
could carry, and turned to go out ct
the mountain with his loard.
But his heart and thought had -a,
so full of riches and treasures 'hat he
had forgotten the wards, and said,
"Mountain Blsseii. Mo n" it a Simelii
open thyeeif!" but that was not tne
rtt hi word, and the mountain did noj
nuia itself, but remained closed.
He bcwe terribly trlghtsned; bt
the longer he thought over the or
the more p mi led he became, and ail
his treaeuree now were uselesa to at!
him. Evening came, and then tie
mountain opened, and the II robbers,
came In. They quickly ssw him, anl
laughed as they said, "Have we c&g -
you at last, little bird? The first aid
second time we could not toerh JO'i;
but this is the third time, and )U
shall not escape!"
Then he cried out ptteously, "It wa4j
not me. Indeed It waa not me, until to
day; it was my brother!"
But he might beg for his life and sa
what he would all waa useless; Uivjf
very quickly cat his htsd off.
A Defense of Women's Clubs.
A defnus of woman'a clubs was cfi
freed by M. M. Maagaurtan recently
la his lecture before the Independent
Religious society at the Grand Opera
House. "The question of bread," hi
said, " long is It remains ensolved,
crowd out all other Intellectual aai
ethical rooaideialKn. But life 1 nt
worth having If It Is lo be exclusively
a fight for breed. Vomu have b"
erttlsod for Joining littrary club, but
ths club, instead f Injuring the home,
has btn the mraas of saving It. Wa)
would rare to live with a woman ei
ts only a good aousekeeper with ml
any taste for art literature or sciucet
Club life in developing womwu nirnl
ly, gtvm fatr the only besuty that dotli
not fade. Evea as the maa who is hrj't
and soul after 'ilollars' makes a r
bttabaad, so Is that wound an unin
spiring rom(ianloa whose htrlon nevit
extends beyond hr parlor and hllcbsu,
Where He reposed to Bite It
Colgate llujt. presiilvat of the OMe
eortrty f Nw York. aaJ trustee of
Brown university, told the alumni of
that Institution at a recent dinner bow
aa Oblg man la ociawl.onalty duped on
Ths fellow countryman of Mr. Ib jt
was walking along Ilroadway whn a
German sccoetrd him by aaylng-
Hey. mine frlent VIU you jUe me
a ahew of tobacco f"
The Ohloaa stopped ahort and wonder
ing how the stranger ;u..d that be
carried a plug of tobacco, replied:
"Heres my tobacce. never retuss
anyone that wants a chew."
The (ieroun took a good look" st tb
plug, tsrnrd It around several limes,
"Bsy. mine frlent, vlll it make any
dlfTrrnn's eie I bite ltr
'Net la the least," replied the Ohloaa.
"fxn 1 vlll tite It 00 de llrouklya
brhiiie." tesponded the German, aa he
pok.Ud ths tobacco aud disappeared
1b lbs crowd.
Whenever a woinau 1 pretty tod
knows It ah Nn't.Cfchsgj lUawd
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