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mm 10 West 9th St.. Kansas City. Mo. J ti: fr m rlamn rrVDlS full of skeletons. a huze. guilty labyrinth that no man knows the limits of, and I fancied that these narrow streets and this dezd underground city are typical of the Roman character to.day. To attract one's attention. Instead Reruter arreJueteutortied by the alat. :J..r.LSo0r;: of call n-out or whistling, these pco ounaUWATDiiwut. I D'e rive vent 10 a ong, penetrating, NERVOUS DEBILITY S snakelike hiss Then to indicate to lSS you to come toward them, they will. l7cTVm inY ucun 1 instead of beckoning in a civilized way CVDUII IC ur throe. and make various motions that in our oKHIUduiW H?rwG?J55Tf JZ ...... t ,;n,r rather than 0 RFGULATOISC"' I a . w a ia-nt to iinillDVniCCCi:CWy'",ad reassuring signs. igau, - UHIHAHT UIdUlotoaocU7 ci Ac dos 0f a cobbler, whose shop, hai: tosUe and half outside is on RUPTURE CURED I noise that sounded to us like GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse the rysttn and keep the t lood pure. Those who Uke SIMMONS i ivi d Prrwrr xtiHJ lliin:!d or dowlW a, V a.r w . - -. . ret a!l the tenerits ef a nnlJ and pleasant . laxative and tonic that purines the blood and strengthen the uno;e system. Ana mere than this: SlMKONS LIVER Regu lator reculates the Liver, keers it active and healthy, and when the Liver is In sunshine seemed not to occur to them. for an Italian instinctively shuns the rays of the sun, because in the sum mer they are so fierce, and having a proverb that "only English and dogs walk in the son." We suffered a day or two of this misery, and then deter mined to get out of it and to follow the fleeing summer to his haunts in the South. i.ni nan oumur vi . j, v , . i , rood condition you find yourself free from Years. lour street, never failed to run out ana. fo,Uri, Biliousness, Indigestion. Sick-!'. of kail . v.:. -tK in our untrouscr oner w uufc - i . . A Dlbte O ver Foar Hundred Yean Old. The Rev. Father A. A. Lambing, of Wflkinsburs, president of the Western Pennsylvania Historical society, writes thus to the Pittsburg Commercial Ga uttr. "The oldest Bible I have seen reported so far was printed in 1522. Now I can beat that just forty-four 1 have a Bible in my posses Bll r Cldlll A k.tj brMwmd lecs. The cobbler aiwas nuuc palnlir-i fK,,- mook on above, ttliaaaea free foe etamp.) -ho Monit n. h J. wnmiru, ue fiemttr sptUHM ot tbe Weet. eltaer la ' mm or dt ier. wm ' 614 enUloa of "SIC SIC, We thouzht that he was setting Malaria. Biuousness, inacsuon, sick- . ... . . . . , . Headache and Constipation, and rid of that was Pnnted m M7, and it th.it worn out and debilitated feeling. ; has long been waiting for an older These are all caused by a sli:ish Liver. , . , r . . . , Good disestion and freedom tiTm stomach frnd of the same species with hom troubles will or.Jy be had when the liver to have a talk about the deeds of the ".rroreriy"" ' S-"' A,of other vears. but has so far p (J J u w A i 1 1 1 'aw Love Lightens Labor 60 does ; I All rtaa. k Vf tter. wld reoelra ua can- nn hit nittv cur. DUl in a ic Tvl i: t 1 1.. u.4i .... .... . , , . m,m 5Z,zr - wn kaova for " ' . r' klgulaiuk. ir.e rvuis i icu- waitea in vain, n is a larce IOilO voi- -a-rntr. : found that this was the Roman way . dneSf ani Better than fills. . - nn , - . at. a .1 -irttJ . Vn Vi?v nften .r.T'rtv in:Annr . r i 18 ptXSlSeS Kfll UJI MM31 BB iiuut. caiimg ou a uu5. 7 , . .T V,lm T rod on rrnter made paper, is bound in calfckin with -d f ?:mlUb,C gCStUrb i i? mo iT. hea7 boVrd sides, with clasps, center r-fcaii whichtherrencnexpes, " pieccs Md is:nag0od u r.ii.tiM am4 FftaarT AatlnaV I.. i e .u- V.iUrc Well the ! : I invw - inr OI UIC a.wwuuv. t .... ,r .t T rm a . .k. twiTa Tiri't itvh iiiti it be i n inn "7. J YTl-r Aiiiiiuiiiinnmiinuiiiunmi'ffiiiii JtVLJ JZ'rJX Italian has that shrug, but it is so am- f Auld aoaia lor o oeaia atampa Jificd greatly increased and ex- DR. H. J. WHITTIER, O Waat Mlntfi Stroot, fSar Joaetloe) Kansas Ctty Mo not to be seen in Rome. Tt them b .Vulgate, and is richly illuminated. A nlihed so creatiy increases uui - J-mlrf.ft.thU shower, are al- as wor as thejr win, an J btg as much cenam cducauo msutuuon of ftjs Scv.haWngfixrfftems.Ivcs. as.hey .ill. Ibex' people are still country offered $,S .ferit . but ftat Hjitw-cu. j. . j j oml ell fL ! no pnce. Thoce old boo-is had no 'so to sneak, in a state oi ngui ; . . ... a..a- I ru-r. The men of Irt it be understood that our ex- uue uu, oi U1C cuu u,c, ,u a France too Cultivate their little finger ! perience extended only to the poorer ; colophon tne sr-,e o, wnicn wiu be Slfl of them reach the and middle classes. High up Italians, seen below P- ofthose inch ut uhdd the : the scions of the medieval nobility, are , days believed that 'the end crowns the length of an inch. Hut uencna uc The eolouhon of this veteran , ... r. i them saiu iu lAjaatao ia'" " -" Soman IJ of Bnets-Odd Cut-; Roman s nails. Each one 01 uic surpasscs anything of the reads thus, translated from the Latin: 'S11CK3 UUk UJ viiva t o,w" ions- Btga rs- Th : Eirrotco Blows A X iU Cold Snap. Rome, Jan 11, 1896. In Rome I often saw what I took n , V. a -rrH river nnri for an-thini? ! 'In the vear of tlie incarnation of the Ul b UIV " w - - J O . we saw. the Roman 400 may be an ' Lord, one thousand four hundred and His hands look like talcns and i epitome of all the virtues and the heir, j seventyighx on the fourth ides of little finger nai-s a-e preposterous!) elon?ated and trimmed to a sharp o point. 3 3 This great cleaner cornea to womannaH on irash-dav and ewr rTo v. VcVm 1, v irork a matter cflove instead of drodp. jiw 7 Try it. Sold everywhere. I Made only by The N. K. Falrbank Company, St. laonla. r..itt.Mtti.iiniiiii;rtrtu,,rrnn.LMMM,,,..,rf,.. Which Shall It Be? Vnrro nonvvtt IViv TTlerK HaarlA Cawi HTAVixAa T?TttM VMi1aa Carriages, etc, placed with local and n-tail dealers with thn to six middle men's profits, or with the old reliable CASH CUYE&S' UNCCN, with only one small profit above actual factory cost. If yoa are a money saver there m afc m . WTT . a a v . . rT can oe no uouok as vo your aecision. vy rive lo-oa-j ior oce 01 our lursiraiea catalogues and note the unapproachable bargains we are o(7er:n- 30 differ- v ent style Sewing Machines, rantring In price frora 58.00 to 830.00 Bijyclrs, all styles and prices, from $10.75 to 473.00. Those of the latter price being . equal to wheels sold by agents and dealers at SI 25.00. We snow 150 designs g in Baby Carriages the latest, the handsomest all new patterns, many r VEHICLE ANO HARNESS LIME, BUGGIeS, CARRIAQES, PHAB- Is. TON8, ROAD WAGONS, CAHTO, KARKE&Q, SADOLE3. ETC, t. at prices cut of reach of competition. p- IN PIANOG AND ORGANS we Ehorcr an endless variety, at only 10 per cent, above actual cost to build In writing for cata kurues, state which to send, as we have a spe cial catalogue for each line. Address in full inasmuch as they are these needless crevices to be a most deadly quarrel, or al 1 spots 0r quantities of unnamed least a hot argument on i suppose that this is an intima U tkaV.H.am.am akAn.V fTC ft T( ' - . - . al mm, tnuAlltf dirtv.'of all the cvilizations. nrovide con- During most of our stay in the sirrocco was blowing Rome, wind m a . . a. a n w a-v4 c nnn ..... a . i matters, uc;u . 7 . . tion of "" mtt from the south, a wind that gets hot . inAJrA in the most ' . .. . ... v. ,,uu "' w " o ciuwuicts. ' indicative that we arc gcmn . . . 1 1-. iiwmo Vinnlc i t . violent ana express b"1""'. .confines of European aviuzauon. i t J l I W.td -rr I nymg, snouiucrs jiuujjaij, nb November (November to), this very- remarkable work of the Old and New Testament, with the canons and thtt concordance of the gospels, was priciv ed, to the honor and glory of the holy and undivided Trinity and of the un- 3 CASH BUYERS UNION. B 89. 159-161 W. Van Baren St CHICAGO. ILL. Km on the deserts of Africa, is cooled to denied and virgin Mary, in the town warmth and filled with moisture by the jQr Kurnburg, by Anthony Coburgex, a MMlterranean's waters, and in reach- f tKit tr-n thrniicrK 1Vk "ht for takinz the'...ha ;nr f -L--- . In wniv J - - W UUU11U1LIUUUOUI UIW nvaa " M 'M-Va Since we are in the way of charac- rf u o Now. : .ct,r tx-m m.tv mention anotner. i ' . i.n hv tor. r "T r;.- i us to weary mortally ot galleries, io ; Luther was born November 5,1403; ging. fidgeting, whirling, hair rumpled. eyes flaming, features expressing vary ing emotions, hatred, disgust, derision , n -,t,;h4 hv tor.! . , -e 1 r 1:..- :i'USto weary uiui uui ui b'" - LUincr was Dora noYcmuci 5, 14 ji contempt ana aau, pc Roman.s p;cntJtuI 01 o.c of centwies hence it will be seen that this Bible fuitisuM ud-paM.on.te dupUy Kcrotrtgry the better tebihed nd his . . ) ' A ,: , ,irV .v.l . J i v.... . k .r,w 1 f ' Vi . Tl'T' ..till tf ndMl . .. . r .L (Km ! C Ul uivl . v..., iwa.VUlU. a IMHC uuiw w vuiu cikt ! conunuai unnainz 01 uc vu, , , . , ,, , . . .. tuuu u 0 ! fnnl mud of the unsidewalked streets n the customer paring over ten cent esimi (two cents) taking up a bunch of old books, for example the amiqlete works of St. Augustine, iru five vol umes, printed in 1502; the. works of G-EOKSE H. ELLIOTT Si CO., Abstracters Real Estate AND LOAN AGENTS, Kb Y TESVILLE , MISSOURI. EibviniC pnrcMarnl tha KaaiMBbrgHr Ala tract w tiava the only eon plats Abstvsct of Tttia to all tba kand sud Towu Lota is tha eoantjr. Will fornish reliable Abatrsets, Los MOaajt OB UHincraif rt l real eu at n ww mwui iuwiwi i'mj nuu rmi w m:a land titlaav pivpur eonrayanoaa, and pay taxes for oon-raaideots and o there. Class, Il innk.in,T 01 mc uvut uuu, 1 - ..... irinw0 wi u t unsidewalked streets bitter- wine, combined with his eating . 1V Dittcr wine. com in short t0 thmk Rome not worth esimi v1"" 1 -1 of car nc ana sour urcau iui. v.-nioffW. and walk- b . .-i 1 . while and to long for horns with a wi - o-" -a nasty oreatn inai 11. n. . - , , - in,r awav. without the appearance of ai ' to trv'ost strenuous nostalgia. But one SL John Chrjsostum, m fouir volumes b stilletto and without even a blackened j k h;m to Then y a change came. The wind veer-J printed in 1557; certain wests of Car-jj eye. They had simply been haggling w u astoni$hIng. If he does about and now came out of the.dinal Belarmine, in four volumes.? J . t i 5cruij ta t, .. !rtK Tbe mwrurv went Settline ' nnntMl in ifio The-e are in LatimJ over the pnce. 11 is a waj anyihine for you and you asK mm - . " r J , 1 . . .v anyuungiorju J j I down below 40. We really enjoyed 1 have also The Sermons Before tbe There are not set pnecs at sncps u , ..now muchf ne auapts b4. at I e air c lJUAil the transaction were r . ! t.. . stores. Ihe ba business iu ;n:nf ami barzainine is only anoth fc. pi o . i c- - er name for overreaching and deceiL j wVat ya like. You give him "what t-.: j-i: r,;r nrire and honest t..nt. M-1 n1 nn m.-itter what it may fmM UCl""t. ,,wu ukw ..w bet-. con gentlemen, and replies "Ah! the bracing air so long as we could J King, a small quarto sume in Eag- ... ... .r ri ... . .. . lreT in the sun. But with nicntfaJJ we longed even for the sirrocco. The eternal city has no arrangement for winter, seeming to ignore it as part of . .1 I- Um Ttilin 1 , i . . l,ra r r-r;inrl inn roods nave no pace iu uic . uc. nc uuic ik' 1 . 1 -.i uXln'. :de, of business. lle'whinefr more. d you couid r,o,;th year. TZ. ... .v. think !...:.r i, if v h,,l Could rocket bnck or mmrble floors, the huge, loose DUfca UV4 ktw S --t MUaij ss J w ""- of building up a reputation and a set- j Beggars are not so numerous as travel .t.j -,1- -.-I-V. r,Tii1-ir natrons. He ' cl-t,-K Kir led us to expect, but 1 CVJ UJIViW i .4 . - - 1 0w.v.w . - . win them any- lish. datint7 from 1600 so 1700. Be- sides many other old, books, I Save devotional works in German thaLoave been in the Lambiug family since 1722." will infallibly cheat, if the chance is ; their persistency might given hhn, even though he is dealing - thing, if turned to a hi . a . a 1 .1 a 1...aa ssrVi" I f T .a. f vaf better cause. A best and heaviest buyer, who. j favorite way of begging is s, is regularly purchasing a j matches. This commodity is selling made windows, the complete absence of stoves or fireplaces, made that mild temperature more disagreeable than icy zero at home. The poor people, having no spark of fire within their rooms except a little for cooking, act ually seemed to find the narrow sun less streets more comfortable than urith his nmiantltvofeoous. If discover- ibv the covcrnment and one cannot -V.aa - - j C7 I m s t I . . ...i-t 1:.,4 f! 11. .....rat ssrtfVirtllt hrinT IttnAUrht ed he win ia:mcatc .j v. ai .,uw " ... cUTtmit lm a . iiif-ia llUllO. aw aa f " faUehoodto clear himsell ana avo.a by a dozen creatures-ex.,.!..-. . onen children, woman with babes m their , " f 7 r . arms, even lusty men to buy Mights.- and brought out . tue po u 1 . ... 1 . F vtAs eniirsfi an f i.t v. ur- They accost one with great humility. the love restitution, and if discovered beyond hope of crawling out by lies, he will take refuge either in dark hints of the daccer or in the most sneaking, snivel ing begging to be let off this time, with I promises of immaculate behavior in the future. But next time it is no bet ter. Present him with the opportun ity and he seems compelled by his in nate tendencies to cheat- He seems unable to be honest. His nature is crafty and cunning. An American who had lived five years in Italy was saying these things to me. I said, 'This is a stiff arraignment. Do you know of no honest men here! "Very few. he rq.lied. -Now. I said, -be carefuL Do you not know a single one with whom you would trust your -vr "Vm Hie said. ! know 1 and roniure him to buv "for of St Peter, for the sake of the Holy Sacrament, for the Madonna's sake. in the name of all the saints and the Blessed One And. if you buy, they recommend you to the Virgin, but if you don't they curse you with such visor and visible hatred in their dark eyes that you are glad that it is day light and on a crowded street. But in spite of all these peculiarities to use no stronger word if you do not run too strongly athwart these Italians, you cannot help liking them. They appear outwardly jolly, lazy and wel content. Girls and young women are attractive, with glossy black hair, wel which thev shivered all day. The idea of getting any comfort from the Thinness Is often a sign of poor health. A loss of weight generally shows sometning is wrong. If due to a cough, cold, any lung trouble, or If there Is an Inherited tendency to weak lungs, take care 1 Why lie Hsatt Wommiu A writer in tlse Westminister Go- tette explains tLe wherefore of his aversion to the feminine sex in the following reason. I hate vsoman: Because she stabs mc in the eye with her parasol, offers, no apology, and looks as, if I did it. Because she mislays, her bag, loses her handkerchief and carries her purse in her hand. Because she is the slave of fashion; and that not only in clothes, bat in art, music, manners, reb'gion, flowers, jew elry, language and furniture. Because she recites, plays violins j and rides bicycles. Because she walks thiee in a row upon the pavement, and expects every one else to make way for her. Because she is "fluent, but not lucid, and more concerned about the number of her facts than the truth of them. one, Certainly, then, no cavil should ! moulded features, pretty forms, dark. be made against those American and j far-away eyes with a supen.aai oeav ti-u ,WrK tht are aendinir men .in them, olive tinted complexions; a: and money to Italy as to any other j with dresses far enough removed from : ami Wdin? nhces the style, and mvanaby brightened by UllMtwUaU f liva " O v: a kl on the hills . startling contrasts in color. Groups .v.t look troon the Vatican. Old ; of such -omen on the streets at even t u fill! of damn, tortuous and ; ing. clean, with snowy aprons, cheap foul-smelling streets; and she has a necklaces about their throats, gaudy dtr under her, a city of dark subter- rings in their ears and on their shapely rannean passages, cold, winding. ! fingers, bareheaded always, form twisting caverns, long darknesses, half pleasing pictures. And there, seems buriedfunexplorable. vast ranges of .to be little real . -um prisons, dens ness. Starved, pinched, piuful little foTwild beasts, place, of refuge, children, such as one sees b the -r of Cod-liver Oil. with Hypo nhosnhltes. Is a fat-food and more. It causes such changes In the system that the gain Is permanent and Improvement continues even after you cease aklng It. Sound flesh; rich blood; strong nerves; good digestion; aren't these worth a tnought?. SC07TS EMULSION h beta rwiorardtyt' medical puitwto fartweaty ywa, CAiM rtc J or.) TLj m limri h M alwaT afafMr ajwye .yV . utmr tarn IMt fmmt hm mfitm Cml 'mr OJ mm Hrtt. Ibm4 on ScmiX Caialilas vfch traJa wri of HMaaaaLaa. BI-0Y-0LB STt?EfuQTHEM-EtS. KEATING WHF.EL CO. Holyoke, Mass. Originators of light Bicycles. They have shown the world how to scientifically place the strength of a 60-poand machine in the 19-pound Keating Roadster. To Oar Patrons. We have put up a hook at the Far mers bank as a matter of convenience Farm for Sale. A well improved farm containing ie mers' bank as a matter 01 convenience acreSt 6 miles southeast of Keytesvflle, to our patrons, on which they can hang in one of most ntjghbo wu.ujua.vvu "hoods in Chariton county can the way of flour, gram or feed. Assur- ht on tcrms entirdv tQ ing you that your patronage will be ap- purchaser. housex good ara . I. ....... ... Darn, gooa outDuiiaings, gooa orcnaro predated, we are, Yours Truly, Stacy & Courtney, Proprietors Keytesville Roller Mills, j Doa't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away plenty of water and convenient to school-house and church privileges. D. E. Johnson, Shannondale, Moa Farm for Sale. I have a splendid stock farm con as km m 'mm mmA Ml iM alaM. TV la care year Mega er eats your mot. is the truthful, startling title of a book! . . a abouto-lo-uac tnenarmiess, guar- tainin2.8o acres, in Muscle Fork towiw anteea toDacco naou cure mai urates . - . Because she is always writing letters UD nicotinized nerves, eliminates the ship, for sale at a bargain. There ar and wanting me and others to answer nicotine poison, makes weak men gam 150 acres in cultivation, balance in up strength, vigor ana raannooa. iou una ana oonom pasture, rienty of nVivci-1 nr financial risk, as No-' . - 1 . , luuiivi.;---"----- . aicx, iiuu5c, iwu gooa uaini vv. oasion unuer , , 1 , , them. Because, in nine cases out of ten, she can neither sew, nor read aloud, nor make tea. Because she does not value anything simply because it 1s "good" (following a fashion set in the days before women existed) but because it is "worn" or done, or even "talked about. To-Bac IS SOIQ Dy v. oaston unucr ft a euarantee to cure cr money refunded. 0 Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. Swamp-Root You can get Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Oliver McEuen, Shannondale, Mq For Sale. I have a fine thoroughbred Perch. Hard to beat is the La Take agar. For sale by all wide-awake dealers. ttoot. the oTeat Kidnev. Liver and eron stallion for sale at a bargain. """1 o 0 w HI. JJ aHnAy4t T A Trri n'at flV an1 mTt ew tavwi 0 Ca Me ...a. AJldUUvl A ;ilV,u; a caa J a a ae m Sja J etav va rJ a aaj7 a Vi aUlJT lUi UlfV Drug Store.- They are sole agents for desired information call on or-addres Kevtcsville. Medium a Larce size, $1.00 size, 50c M. H. Parks. Shannondale, Mo