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' ft wr.i mm w worn reader fl U) u !' ofl is tr t i4c 1"'J. IT? ' a " " toT v- C- haa'ews be known .."ilw rut " " w, ni ' b e of CiufsMta w oal retabiev !-. It seMisCM -t uumense, ma every imhium cm be reiusi t"a- iLi b.d;v uMBt: -Your money back BbIbuWhi. ,oiu-rrcba." J. iut) t od aad read the feqr dsplay Uitnjriitnl &. referred lo. bToitig , o wiil pruaaaiy b greatly uuuwd ia W:,n pvkM for l brtn.a, aad la I. u"Cue ttJt A fund 01 in lormauo. twit will 0 niuiuii! ail hmb4. And nil Jno d do '. k) write for II lo lanoa, in, ttouU A Co.,Sd W.'-JSuwtiL. Chicago. COTirocnos saretls tlx stf tR-inal to no urpoi,llMettllttti)ll jurpoe. Jeremy Taylor. 1 ciJ.vf sorak too highly of Pi' Cure fnr CcBMUDptwa -Mas. fi Mom, 3li W. Sid ". Oct 2, 14. Tas Lady "Is (his o for By eaoxoter to remdf Tho Wnmi-- aWlkaow. I am aot atnuainual with jour tighter." Ufa. Take Care Of yew physical health. Build up your yU, Woo your stomach and ergus, toere your nppetilc, enrich yoor blood, driv out all laiuiirilk ami prefect R-kaeaa by taking Sarsaparilla Tb Ooe True Blood Purifier. II : for C HMm rallnr. I We ratt mention as failure more disastrous than lint ul .b vatcal turner. H iBvoire U parti! ikipSAiua of lu iLjwuUTe aa-1 aa eiaiutive proeeasea, and entail Uw retiro ttienl Iruia btuina of Uio liver sad kid Kti Only taroat-ti the food office of Hoav truer' buimaca Bitten ea the restoration of it former vurorou utu bo Booed for. Wbea tlu a d baa bora terured, reeiunp tun of sotirity in lb atomai-b, Utot and bowels stay b relied npon. Too rJitiar coauera ialris sod kidney trouble. It is bifil, oles, almoot rfultbencM for every lu'lKkiiml ica that bi earthly uSueut-e, wkicb baa bad ifm nveOA-emeo will aerer, throab ail ire, were be Lb very Bieaaeat of us, bay an end. Cartels. Dbopit is dread disease, but It ha Ion it terror to Voose w no know that U. 11. Ureea dt rioB. Lb lropsy bpecialiau of Atlacta, Girvia. treat it with aiKh freat soccer. WnLe Ibea f jr ptmphiet (lvin( full miormatio. A ix H Cocld Do -To W.f "Tw weeks aro you said my husband eouldn't lire, ani uow be nearly welL" To I)oo tor "MuLinj, 1 can only upre taj n grU." iiuli. LrtTLi Hit -'I a rulers Land, sir, that r have railed me an unmiiijrated liarl 1 Bis Mn -No; I diJn I u th word 'unnjlu gated. " Little Mas "Tuea 1 accept your polEy-Tit-BiU. Osi part of knowledge conUt to beln iirnoraut of such th:ujs as are not worth to be knows. Crate. Hi who brines ridicule to bear against truth Lois it hi baud 4 tisdewohoult but Laudor. A wtsi aeuter Join with neither, but use both a ku boucsl luleruat kau him. feuo. Hood's Pills lloxt SHUitapanlla, Sin. Undo it yourself : then its easy; otherwise the DeLONG Patent Hook and Eye never un- Q fastens. 8tbat hump? pM tvnenU tn taifi im for Xw .UcliAuUMta ! f Krt).. I A'biisvl.iptila. 1 Poor soil end exhausted fields which were once productive can again be made profitably fertile by a proper rotation of crops and by the intelligent use of fertilizers containing high per centages of Potash. Strikingly profitable results have been obtained by follow ing this plan. Ota punpatai art sot idmrtl!n circultrs boom In apet-Ul ftrttlimt, bin art practical worst, contain In laical KMarchca on the tubject of ftrliltjstion, ait art really aejpful M laimtri. ibejr ati ku free rot Ibsaslusg. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 1 Naaaau Si, New York, Oxi elew to man's early eirramstsnees I whether be calls dulaka "nild uower"or wood." vuln(Ua bur. A eoternrtain nert-hanft en TtmadwsT has lite following six tn bis window: "V bell Uoods, Sot Customers. " box," traa what tha enrelope rtmitrked to lb postdgs stamp.-Yonker btatesMuaa. ttiat tuey can I eux't tlieir Biaterisi. Puet T.. t ( . .a I a. i un ki pare VI iwirutuft to I Hi r hlcift he la Id nit th hdViU KiniMrvtlla Joiiruj. Prnx't Caroj Investlirate. Mr. Ttrldl " Try my anirel food, di line ; I niado it my solf." Mr. ilridi--Tukoll swajllmsa agaostio, any way." Puck. UoTTiEi-"Just look. Belene. it tho Biairulllcetit ruin." Ilelene "I wonder why. la tits old times, tut-y built ruin In stead of proper castle I" l it-Bita. "Dl VAX." saiil I?nrln Ehen. "ilnt won' Iero, Veppln' by exiwrionce, am mighty ll'ble tor )i-a' hlsintlah exutcucelu nJiooL1' Waahlugtoa Bur. riv tQfi-i-M t,sa ku. Mmn. - tnnrroloti sums he has mado on Wall iirccc. una s napoleon of nnanc!" Two 'Wpll. hunltr.ninMnf a Nulmlann nr Mia. ration I" Puclt Tnnlandoror InBlct wrong byraliimnl .tting tho absent ; and he who give eretlit to the calumny before ba know Its truth 1 equally guilty. Herodotus, J TOO of thlna Imnrnvemrnt. not bv what thou peket or writest, but by the firm nes.i of thy mind, and the gorernment of thy passim sod affections. Fuller. BUT IM THE M'OKLD. . fZ. . - ". ".1 1I -" . , . i ' . r W k0T,attttiw owe vn 1 THfi Rismo tm rrovB poush i cakes for fenersl blacking of a store, TUB SUN PASTB POLISH for a quick after-dinner slttne, applied and pol ished with cloth. Horn Bros., Props. Canton, M.an., fJt.A. JlN THE WjjPr BOILERS DanShea&Co. Tsnks.Breeetilnirs.Smok Stacks. Bland Pipes, Kt. I.lgh t and heaty plate Iron wor k o( every decrl ptlon. ksTIXATUl OK SS afcfrenra St.. MEMPHIS. 1ESS. Ps9'fl ""WHISITksMt.rirrd. rWiksrat V r Itf rrl rail. s,. , . wuslui, itusii, a. sraiu Ills ran eaar tat tea eisa, KKOWLEDGE Bring comfort and improvement nd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly nsfd. The many, who lire bet tor than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by mora promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the Talua to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Byrup of Figs. Its oxccllence is due to Its presenting In the form mont acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the lystem, dispelling cold, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Flp in for sale by all drug gists in 60c and (1 bottles, but it is' man ufactured by the California Fig Byrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. Timely Warning. Th great success of the chocolate preparations of the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established in 1780) has led to the placing on the market many misleading and unscrupulous Imitations of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter Baker k Co. are the oldest and largest manu facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are used in their manufactures. Consumers should ask for, and be sure that they get, the genuine Walter Baker It Co.'s goods. WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited, DORCHESTER. MASS. a. r , ' vt. P growing time. a. That boy! A little lad, all fun. A little chap, all coat A round cipher, not know, ing whether the stroke will go up and make him six, or down, and make him nine. It's rrrnwlncr t!mp tvlrri Vi'im . . . . . & V- aaa aaaa.a. tie is burning up fat Ihis fat must be in as constant supplv as the air he breathes. It has got to come from somewhere. If it does not come from his food, it must come from fat stored up in his body. He steals it and you say " He's getting thinhe's erowinrr so fast" -, to Scott's Emulsion will take that boy, set his digestion at work, re-build that body. His food may not make him fat Scott's Emulsion will. Btn.t ir.pt Snltt KmrnUin mJini jtn warn! it mnii4 tckttf nluitmu. peett i i;;vr?. l'r.y Ycrk. aw pm-'l's, pC, and ,, MISSISSIPPI MATTERS. BeMaiwtr I ss ElprtB StMaa. Tb queslioa of having th fctate ol Mississippi buy B.-auvoir for a soldier's home, wbicb was so briskly agitated a few months ago, ba either bee buried or put to sleep, (or nothing is read or heard of it at tbia tine. If the Ktate will buy Beauvoiraai es tablish there b eiperimeBl station aid horticultural ball, to be practical ek ample of what tbi country e do ia th line of farm products, fruits, vegetable, tsupieal plant and Bower, it would b ao t only a living Bionumonl of th re source of Souther Mlssiuippi, but at tract nor people to tb coast and State lhaa an j other project that could be un dertake. It would be a fitting uoaameat to t memory of Jefferson Davis, trior -pretsivsthaa pile of grsniu or shafts of marble. Then, la suitable keeping with the sentimental snd practicst, let the Stat employ bob but old Confederate sol diers to establish and keep up the insti tution. This would be better than the trifling pensions allowed them, for this eould be made a veteran home as well ss aa experiment station. MUslaslppI Saana Court. The Supreme Court handed lows opinions ia the following easea: Hy Whitfield, justice: Ooodbar Shoo Conipany vs. VI. A. Montgomery, as signee; affirmed. John A. Lswlsvs. Mrs. J. & Huckley. From Lauderdale Circuit Court; af firmed. (icorgla Home Insurance Company vs. William SchllJ. from Holmes Circuit Court; affirmed. liy Cooper, chief justice: Yaxoo & Mississippi Valley Uailroadj Company vs. Win Adams, revenue agent, I'rom First District Hinds Chancery Court; a 111 r med. Light, Heat aad Water Company of the City of Jackson vs. the liosrd of Mayor and Aldermen of tb City of Jackson; decree overruling affirmed. The board of mayor and aldermen con tracted with said conipany to supply water for the period of twenty year. After going on for several years the city repudiated and rescinded th con tract on the ground that there was no authority to mako the contract for a longor period than one year at a time; that tbe contract was not submitted to a vote of the people; tbat there basbn an insufficient supply of water. T.e opinion stated tbat "we think this power to contract for twenty years was autboriicd. Other material point In litigation were decided in favor of the city. John Scblottman, executor, vs. Jerry and Rufus Hoffman, reversed and re manded lly Woods, justice. Ilerkson ilros. vs. W. II. Cox et al., from Holme Circuit Court; sfflrmcd. M. Maborner, assignee, etc., vs. M. Forcheimer A Co., et al., from Noiube-.t Chancery Court; aftlrmod tbe decree ap pealed from Insofar as it maintain tb priorities of the creditors of the as signor, who attacked the conveyance aa fraudulent. Reversed insofar a it de nied any relief to It. W. Foote. C. W, Crumfurd vs. the State, con victed in Attala Circuit Court of big amy, affirmed. Disposing of th Convict. The penitentiary board of control me at Jackson last week. Ilesidos tho places contracted for arrangements were concluded for working tbe following place on th sbaro system, each party to the contract to get half the proceeds lllscos it Speaks, llollvsr, seventy-live convicts, to work about one thousand acres of land; Col. W. H. Nobles, Iloltvar County, seventy-live convicts, to work abovton thousand acre of land. About five hundred and fifty cojivlcti wer dis posed ot in thl mannor, leaving about four hundred and fifty to work tbe Stato farm and leased places. The claim of the Cbattanooga Mercantile Company wa compromised for what th board estimate i about $3, 00 J. This com pany held the contract of A. D. Daniels, ot Areola, Washington County, whose plsce tbe State worked on the share system, he having transferred tbe same to lk The original contract provided tbat tho State should receive 00 per cent, ot the crop and Daniels 40 per cent. The Chattanooga Mercantile Com pany claimed damage of $8,000 for mls mansgement to the place, killing ot mules, etc, on part ot the State's farm managers. llig Land Deal In miMlaiippl. Madison, Doc 0. Messrs. Nevholej and Treakle, capitalists from Chicago, purchased 8,000 acre of land two miles below this plce at Jessamine. Tbo lands wero bought for the purpose ot colonization, and the parties are ex pected to begin work at once. Tbeir first work will be to sot out 100 acre in fruit trees. All ot the land will bo cut up into small ten-acre farms. Tbo com pany at tho head of tbls colony have settled succesHfully several colonic in California. They claim they have am ple means to accomplish what they have et out to do, and there is no reason wby they should not succeed, as the lands purchased are well adapted to the culture of fruits and vegetables of all kinds. Soin lntarasliiig ltallroad Figures. Cspt. W. M. Massie, assistant secre tary of tbe railroad commission, has compiled the following interesting figure relative to railroads, Pullman cars, express and telegraph companies in Mississippi: Total railroad mileage In the Btatc.f 1,477 00 Privilege tax on same 97,144 oo Total value ot railroads. !4,204,4M 00 Ad valorem tax on same 121,02 05 Value ol l'ullman cars 75,w,6 00 Tax '. 376 63 Value of telegraph companies 210,96 00 Tax 1,053 f3 Value of express companies 15,4-U 03 Tax 77 u Death of Charles Weill, Mr. Charles Weill, an old citizen, died at llrandon last week very suddenly at tho age of 77 years. Uncle Charlie, as he was familiarly known, came to this country from Alsace in tbe esrly forties and settled in llrandon in 1810, where be resided until his death. Meward for Will Purvis. Oov. Stone last week Issued a proclam ation offering a reward of $750 for tho arrest of the famous Whltecapper, Will Purvis, who was released some weeks iro by a mob from tho jail at Purvis, SOUND MONEY. Sa, QaMtlan Awr CMr.raim th t amary. Q. What is meant by otind mon- f A. Money that ia good for it face value; money that ii equally change able at it face value with any other money in the world. Q. I have srrn money defined a "any thing that circulates freely and custom arily between man and man in exchange for ervicsnd merchandise." Wouldn't that make silver sound niimeyf A. It would ttsilivr would circulate freely, but thai is the trouble. If you will eonsiilcr a moment you ill see that eouudei.ee in being ride continu ously to pass ilver a money would I a condition retelent to accepting sil ver a money, and that confidence mtUt be world-witle in order to make sound money. Might here let me say that a aouud currency, w ith a n-al and not a fictitious purchasing power, nior,e necessary for the happiness of the farmer and the wage-earner, since trailers, capitalists and seculators get quicker information of fluctuation and can hnpe their busmen accordingly with greater facility. Q. Wouldn't free coiling of silver help the mine-owner and the man in debt? A. Temporarily. After the panic al ready alluded to and before ailver w down to it bullion value-, it would help the mine-owher. Uut if aftemurd it depreciated the value of the dollar then it would not help the mine-owner, and tbe man in debt would have fulled be fore the panic resulting from a sixteen to one victory Wa over. It ia perfectly plain that if free coinage of ailver rtilsrs the value of silver, it cannot at the same time raise the value of property; and if it depreciates th value of the dollar, that means period of financiul anarchy nml B long period of drpn'Mion. Tae either horn of the silver quedtion ami It only doe our country htuni. Q. Do you really mean, from the rf ul title you give, that Ktiglnnd bus more cash and credit circulation per capita than any other nation on the globe? A. It I the truth. Q. Well, suppose congress should meet and puns a lnw absolutely giving free to every man, woman ami child in the country $100 in greenbuck, wouldn't that give us more than Kiigluud? A. Oh, yes, that, added to what we have now, would give the country a cash and credit circulation of ulxiut $11 000,000,000, and I suppose you think that would lie a good thing for the country 7 Q. It would look so, though only 100 for each one of us ducsu't amount to so very much. A. That is Just It; $100 for each one of us isn't so very much proierty( but put that much money in circulation ami your money will go down bill in value, something like the confederate money did toward the close of tho war. Q. How Is that? A. "our qucKtlon only show that j 011, like most people, are not fumlliur with the science of money. Money in itself is intriusically worth lit t lu or nothing, except the value of the gold and silver, which their uhc in the urts or a jewelry would give. The totul business of all the clearing house bunks of the country is not over $o0,000,ooo,000 a year. With nenrly $,noo,00o,000 ot actual cash currency circulation, as you propose, currency would become so redundunt that the same condition of affairs would be brought about as hap pened In the Argentine ltepultlic. All we need is sulllcieiit cash and credit money to enulilc us to get w hot we want without actually bartering. For in- ttancc, I have some merchandise a fnriii rr wants, and he bus cotton a cotton dealer want, which cotton the lmuiu fncturer want from whom I get my merchandise. Money enable us each to make an exchange without making a triangular barter, a would have been the case in olden duyi, before currency, check, driift and due bill wero in tented. If the country has more cur rency than i needed to enable us to el feet exchanges, our desire for currency wilt diminish a it grow more plentiful and o more dllllcult to part with in ex change for real values. That would bring us to just such a condition a ex isted recently in the Argentine Kt pub lic, a period of Inflation, of cheap money and high projicrty, of much money for which there wa no corresiionding need, and a desire on the pnrt of the holders of tbe surplus currency to put it in some Investments that would return a divi dend, a no one can muke anything out of currency just by locking it up in a safe and keeping it there. After awhile everyone was trying to get rid of his currency for property, and a stampede set tn which caused the collnpne of the Argentine Ilepublic and more misery nil over the world than any rimilnr panic In the world s history. 1 hey are grail 11 ally getting bnck some of their credit, but one of our paper dollars to-dny will buy as much in their own country as lour of theirs. Cj. You believe, then, our condition would be better if our credit was un questioned? A. Yes; kill the silver question ab solutely, and our country will rise on the advancing wave of prosperity and become the richest and most powerful nation in the world. Sound Currency. A i'otn Antidote. Those people who have been rending Mr. Coin, that now almost forgotten book, should put in a few weeks this winter reading the "Kecollcctions of John Sherman." He is entirely frank in setting forth the financial transac tions in which he took part, both as secretary of the treasury and as a mem ber of the senate. He conceals nothing, Many people labor under the impres sion that there is something mysterious ubout the financial transaction of the government, that it is a sort of leger demain, but Mr. Sherman's book throws a different light upon the sub ject. The Importance of these "liecol lections" can hardly be overestimated No one had more intimate knowledge of the resumption of specie payment and the events both preceding and follow ing. It is the light Senator Sherman throws upon these subjects that makes these two volume most valuable, and, strangely, these portions seem to hare escaped most attention, stress having been laid rather on the mere personali ties of the book. No one can read these volumes without forming a bettor Idea of national finances. The actual ex periences ot the government in dealing with financial questions as set out by Senator Sherman nre worth a hundred volumes like Coin's, written out of dis ordered imaginations, Iowa gute Register, A CALL UPON "COIN." t Elpiwa- Ve desire, most respectfully, to re , ,..u.r. nf "l'rof.loin"tbat cotton has bad a great increase A tnlue without a corresponding advance iu 5U,et. We should like to know hat this means, since the prices 01 bii cm. modilie must be measured by the pur chit.g power ot the hite metal. j ru nc w i.vr - . , financial School" can now turn back their well-thumbed cooies-tl tney na.c . .... I- Ihrnwn BWaV loUg g BC1 .can tbe loug table of heat and cottou value which showed such wonderful eorre'latidn with those of silverounces. U ii true that of all "torn s ngure. in this table only once in II year were they correct for wheat and but twice for cotton; but let that pass. Harvey's "reputation" w as staked on the correct ness of thi fundamental proposition of populist finance; and here under a crucial test of the markets made before an interested and attentive world its fulsity is demonstrated. Silver ia worth 67(aG7 cents in New York. It ha been hoverliijrarouud these figures every since lust February w hen the prospect of the Chinese loan and the fiilum war caused considerable ad- tine. But Cotton has gone up 33 1-3 per cent, since that time, and by all th rule of "Coin" silver should have advanced too. It is trite there is a pros' iwctive shortage :h the cotton crop but silver hns had itkchhnre fora boom oh the ground of increased consump tion and it has I loomed all that it can. In addition to the amount which Ilus sia and France have agreed to furnish, China ill have to borrow at least $115.. 000,1)00. This ha caused a steady de mand for silver, but It ha not added to its price for otne mouths. Hud siher risen in proportion to cot ton It would now be worth at least as much ns it was in 1S9I. The export price of cotton wn then 8.0 cents und ot silver SO cents. It is true thut in 1S93 when cotton brought the same price slbrr wn worth only 7S cents, but this doe not alter the case, for "Coin's" dic tum admitted of no exception. It may be, however, that In the gen eral revival of prosierity these "natur al" low of correllntion between the white staple and the white metal hnvo been suspended. Or perhaps the so called blmetullists have had their atten tion directed so strongly to politics that they huve suffered commercial transac tions to puss unheeded. Now that the mutter has been called to their atten tion we may be pardoned for expecting in immediate advance in silver. In the word of Klijuh to the priest of Hnal we cull upon "Coin:".. "Cry aloud; for he Is nod; either h la talking, or he Is pursuing, or he Is In a journey, or perndvrnlure heslccpeth, and niutit be awakened." Louisville Courier-Journul. SENATOR VEST ON SILVER, Points on tbe fjnestloa Whin th rttatrs m m I, at rult. Senator Vest ha given hi views on the recent elections to an interviewer. The silver question fill hi rye to a large extent. As regards the s'lver question Mr. Vest snys: The president, unfortunately, rej"cted all offer of compromise from those uf us who dlfli-red with hlni on silver and re fused positively to use the power riven him by law to rebuke the gold speculators snd protect the gold reserve by tendering sliver, even as part payment, when green backs and Bhermnn notes were presented at the treasury for redemption, 1 billet that Carlisle at on time contemplated such action, but the president, who Just before his Inauguration talked reasonably and conservatively, suddenly becamu ob durate and ordered tho payment of gold exclusively. This, of course, placed Iho treasury at the mercy of the speculators and the logical result was th veto of th seigniorage bill, the issu of gold bends, and th paying of tribui to a foreign syndicate." To have tendered ailver as pnrt pay ment would huve been to creutc a pre niiumon gold, and thut wusexnctly what the president was bound to prevent. He was required by luw to keep the two nictuls at a parity. To have done other wise would have smashed the govern ment's credit, thrown all private busi ness into confusion, and have reopened the gold room that was closed when specie payments were resumed in 1870. It w as the fear of something of this kind lest the democratic factions repre sented by Vest, liland, Morgan, Harris, and lliackburn might come into power that led to the crushing defeat of the party in the recent elections. At all events that was a potent contributing cnuse among others. Mr. Vest acknowl edges that the purty Is divided on this question and that the difference are ineradicable. Very well. Then the party must take the consequences of division. He comforts himself with the thought that the republicans are equal' ly divided, and that when they get con' trol of the senate, the line of cleavage will show itself among them with tqunlly disastrous consequences. This is a gross error. The division In the re publican purty on this question is not a line of cleavage in the center, as It is among the democrats. It threatens nt most to tuke oil a shaving or a splinter, It does not touch anything cast of the Missouri river and it does not seriously aneci mc sin tea ooruering on the Pa cific. At most it can produce disturb ance only in the llocky mountain states. and these may be easily exchanged for Mnrylund, Kentucky, and eke Missouri, lor iMr. v est ennnot count himself cer tain of reelection. N. Y. Post. Kghest of ill in LeiTeniag Power. Latest V. S. Got'. E. n mAfl. d3Lseiy dude .1 -i. . il m.mml ki.tttu.i- Ul.tsx " 1 nat gentleman tie of kairdye to three weekj 1 tgo was here urain to-day." Druggist-" be fier another bottle?" "No, sir. He wanted lo kaowii we kept wig. . ;Loo here, Bcblumpenhgen, yon must help us I our amuamg -rf the flute, don't youf "Sot ven dereiah yru7a,.ou.y "How'l thatl" "Dey fon t kt me 1" It is no man' business whether he has niusorot; work be must, whatever be L but quietly and steadily; and the natural and unforced results of such work wilt be aiway the thing God meant him to 00, and will be his best.-KuskiJi. FROM SOUND MONEY SOURCES. . . . .The shins that entry silver from our shores are doing a useful serv ice in the way of simplifying 'the cur- rency promem. at. Jxu is U lobe-Democrat. ....It is enough to moke the silver men weep to see Colorado forgetting the white metnl in an almost South Af ricun cruise for gold. Kansas City Times. ....By getting on to tho freo silver band Wagon just as it was rcci.,l,i,,. from sight, theex-spenker from Georgm nns given n new meaning to the ex pression, "done to a crisp." St. Taul Ulobe. . . . ."If others can stand the defeat o silver, Colorado can," resignedly re marks the Denver llepublican. "It will always 'be true to the causo of silver,' but 'it is through with mournings and lamentations thnt do no good,' " ....Silver is no longer a political Is sue. In Ten nessee it is onl v a ",. al" Issue, as represented by the desire 01 Dcnntor aiorgnn and others to be "vindicated" nt home, without thought of risk to the party. N. y. Tost, the orchid fwnlvA'.rwtoii,,! mamma haa f ni-t,i.l. ... . V ..? family xsip."-Tit-Biu. taaui Oat ia BaOsentTH. . Sudden eh,7 . ui fire eflecu,;rj 61 Mr name and memoir I , charitable speeches, to Jbrein 11 ' to the Beit age Bacon. N Catarrk cS, Is taken Internally. I these days the matrimoutd Bat seem to light on the aonejr,1 IT pays 3SS W f dv Matt f lYaLrUL f House to the World': M-J 1 mm A-avaC. 217 7, Wysi j if 1 - 1 y A Cordial Welcome f nouoir ammu (of th$ roiei art almott moi than pfltm ink can 99 ju$tic$ to. Nomidj, BoxCoaU LaMsfsMNtifc. J fHltlMCsS AV. Mtf, Box Coat . 4 button front 9 Inches lofif ptira woo tough Jioucle, the Miwm'i mot popular fabric black only extra lari't Bielon ,eYes lull rtppla back, wide acllfactrtf and hi eh atorm cellar. All ii for Miaee and Ladies, lit oHcring itat butvl w-astir. Tht but vain ... fthMta4 . . . $5-00 Handkerchiefs UU'bch ttemtiitchrtt ihwr union , lincHwohhatnl cmbroidtrtd initial, 0 a t full dotes in diinty boa trgtilat aj al trade. -tch, . I5C ball'tnrhfipm t itched, ditto, tgtilar prico tw fof tha Holiday tract injf , 60 Ctt. pet Kit '. . Sc A BUck Silk Prftt malt i e'ft 'hat will fvt more satintac lion than any other Xma remem bra net, Hlartc Satin Dm heasc and black tVau rle Su arc thistwaaon'a two leading fabric). I'tiring mir Holiday Sale wi offer either cloth (n m-fli Inrh width renl $1.50 quality, all ailk, yard. "oC BEND Vl if. to. jo. fi.UWtlst- I Claa Tenant full boa plel from eta larra nil aiirlnel Suing pcn:alitM li blawk Mlin iMck collar balot aril- t, material a 44, roalaga li'ala. to ro SliriX CUPF1J35 a bsfttoa effect - itiiuir ill wool fart4nlM.es Chinchilla, either av ttU.,4 Tho aew Pleated SWem-m wrw mil npplo back, wide ttlh lacing and hih Horn coiiar. T week ago pnt. wa Um Eto 44 auitable alao (at -iiaca of 14. ii, il yiv4VwV "Foster' 0ow- newel WsMm- aod tS plctfa doen't flatttr them tither. $U woo in plain colon, garnet, btrrn, blak and navy. Theaainjti well aend will look pretfeilian ant deacripttMi of them, lha nlee-ea are full 16 inrne wtd-ind linei. Ynb bnck, lined anraj). neat tHh-rad on yoke pl-r4 imti- -4oe 10 44 ft)a 1'oiiatvn 1 1 ccata. y for wa art cxcltnlva attaailartti I wear. tniipartK alar lot conaiitiof the regular $i.a ' gradt known everywhere an the ttauitard of quail ty. Real French kid, five hook, in black, brown, tan, aut and slate all it ret while they last, for wt do not aipect to bo able to duplicate ibis at. ivw Postage t cents. Mated Dot! Veae&fhf in tn I a 1 tire Hand ti lochn in, cither blondes et Muatnet, m eyes that open and clow. serge dresses Irimaiet, winti ami tinael vimDa Moaatll real mtridt lips. Ko-tift nc r quai in every way w i .-t it',t.A luuallv Mtuledal St. ba-Ott r it roR YOUR MONEY B tr aot s'.tf i.at with your purai. " THE SHOPrm' ECCCIST " '(dl MAILED ) FREIItV Th. moat comptrt. Shopping Quid, ever publishe)! page, devoted to toa J form in woman', wear, the correct Spring .tyie. .wn in our Mventy depart- I mtnu being accurately deKribed aad haadaaiaely itrt.d. Ready March ut, J I Carson Pirie: Scctt&Go. St to 7 STATS 1TE&2 it ; xoxOmWiwjjjJM juuujul:ocx: Ii Briken Jg Bjck ; you contifc using poor j : ii soap. I J . 8 I1A1BRWR mMZ makes wash-day as easy as any otlieay. Lessens the labor, makes the clothes white, Wd)es no dam age. Thousands of women say so 4ty they are not all mistaken. Sold everywhere, lade only by The N. K. Falrbank Company,' ! St. Louis. 'S y.n'fi H r 'iu n d iiiiiniiiiiiiiinimniin lb OLD reli.ble: .oitrnV STED Ktittf''S I DUNCAN'S UNIUErm'. S5 I. lilarhe. Toothache, t. O. W. OtTNTsft, Cl.tieroaivTM., ALA., saeai I kua L Bntfirf iBllW' g to b. tb bsst redy for pain, generally i'"r".w 4 UW f CUn " J i ' 11 I VTT VT TTTTTS1 I The Strongest ProJ I ,wVlgW of tb. mperiority It J r Charter Oak t Sir j 8tove.adKantetI iw.sS thelrrsoordof nertr r''iw naif of oratory. a " ' '-i 1 Others hi v. eon ..u,ai:.)... 1 nd gone, but the , I CHARTHR OAK U .7 J Still wttk a, n4. hi nor popaiM than J ' Wl'lilili um.,,,.,..I JHH ARRNot CO, do VIL'u.e' Wind pow to l.n.llwaa. II "" "3 zT . bf article I" owion WiJiV ,. J anil IMtwl Towen, B , --a. s rmd Ouuen T ' ' Ovllialot'r rfcu,.e II Hill "2T, . x - at, a, 4fftjl FUi Sftg lAYOSOKIES "I BnOMBi IIJOED T ", BBOPSVP aejaert tomtom, turn (nla.ee asaai r.pi.1, .uitJZZ, OOK. ef mumel.ii ef Bi,.niaa ne am pat,, lL"lJI"fTatTrosii8"iBwitjirfi ratasraiirutinM, i br.aXlutf'urk rntlm 1 0r 1H"" 1 - w taa If if. ' ivnuf Vmno vnn' 4 ,H ... 1 A.TOrllMeX r A. ft 1