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T. U. LAShUOKD, ; AMI R. X. liEVMil.DS, ! Proprietors. c ii 11.1. n run;, missov hi. Tlnuiliiy, IV-li. ls;.S. 1!ihrIc was tout to Jti'icite for life Uu the direct vole to iiiuko silver a h'liul-teuder, in the House; the Uiie stood -U4 tor, and i2 against.. lireen, who muredered the Mar nli.il at I.iherty, will he executed in private at Kansas City, to-morrow. In various portions of the Slate, tlu people are holding meetings and discussing the question ol making good roads. The C'ineinati (iazetle, falls into lies Vaeefnlly ami says the dollar of the daddies has w on and must hi' roeJ uze I as money. Corcrnor I'helps has refused n ! tv-mito to John . nirls, the intir- il.ow nt' lesi I! Milli.r iii.i be will1 . . - , - he executed at Warrcnsburg to - mor - I0rt a r,.n.. i;.,,. i.iiii' ,.i... .,i ilm Mr. , gans iif the inoney-powe ems to he more eig-rly sought after by our jouineyiiu'ii-statesmen than the ipnsi ent hii.-iastic apilause of their c iii-titiu uls. Atlanta (la.) Consli tiuimi. Cameron & . A fir broke out in A iiirs gi'eai priulnig, stationery, and hook-binding estahlishmeii t, t f .ake-stivct, Chicago, which in an hour desir.ycl eleven printing ircs IV! and other printin material estimated at about ,s.,,,UUu. Mr. Ilatnlin is harping in the Sen ale on his iitile old .scheme to re store the franking privilege. The average Xew lingland Senator has been lost over since his opportunity to send his washing home by mail i .... i .cr i i,.. iiiis ov.cn uu on, iiiPiinimuii i o.. . j Xothiug short of loaves and fi.-hes ' will move Senator Conkiing's fiery soul. Let somebody try to sna'ch J a ti le waiter from his giasp, and ihej lion will roar, liul Uion questions of high national iniiiorlauce, Mr.! , , , j -"""""- . a iy opiti'tnns worth menlioiiiiig. Xc.v York Times. The gift of divin ing what the years might bring forih, was not possessed by our lorclathers. They . I, .el no idea that Midi men as K'aine, and Chr'sliaucy would he evolved from the womb of the future, or I they might. I , ,11 ive li.ade a dollar w 01 lh a dollar a i I a otiarli r, uist to nice th.s vie -v.. iii tho a sUlMin.i. Jell' City Tribune. W cii'lcll 1 nillips e onsiileis il ( ei - tai.i thai tiie nel President will be a iuiiio, rat, and tl.e next ice- Fresiilenl a Conh derate Maj'ir-dcii-j lo represent our own views and 0. -.il, Uido.ii it ii T. i -a ip. "Tne South . sentiments, and if this Chillicolhe is v lulling into the saddle, and ' Club does not agree with our views Hayes is holding the stirrup." I it is their niislorlniic, f..r we can When sue is warm in her scat then 'assure them that we are in full bar will enme various things, liming niony with the great hi dy of the Ih'n c'naiH. Ti e outlook is ahso. j Western people. We have from 1. :''y ii'vl'til. -,le V. I'ily T rihune. ; our fii.-t issue advocated tho repeal wiiioosuaii ni organs nere ai lite a ... , . . v.... ii til... ir.i.i.i ii....- i i. t....;..' h i ii mm gone uo'.v.i on l mo k.iocs an. I eale i dirt, hill il has ti i'aile.1 them nothing. Tlie South onyg'vjs lh on hack insult. 'J'hey iioisL ciiuugi: ineir nine u mcy w i.-li to keep ti.no to lue changed TUUs'e of the Allilii.sli'ii-i.iii I. at tho l'resuh'iit go I . i. i . - . " '' i. ivn, ami correi't nis original error by ivognixin,' (i v. Packard. N) nun ever hurt himsdf by con- fessi i; a mistake and seeking to vight it. If the PreMdenl will take this e'rp, he will save Ihe country from disgrace, and in ihe end secure Us lasting peace L'tica lh publican (('oakling's Organ;. T'le London Tine jir. ili. ted that the enactment of the silver hi!, would not dptec'alo American b in Is, and it now Ima-is that its p e.li'.-tion bus been vcrilied by at a Ivancj in i; ii,.,) Stat cs I ds tin, n the ricoptioiiof the news that the bill l..l V. ii.. ...... .ass4 u a V .11! Wliiell lllMll es lis enactment regardless of the veto lue adv.iu.-je is caused by persons who are not trying to buy bad; the bonds they had sn',1 under appro i.u.i.-ioii.-, irea on ,y mo ,owlsol tno iiastcsii press against tho siH oi bill as a ineasaro ol repudiation. They have now found out what a lot of howling bars and screaming idiots those Wall street organ-grind era are, and tho.IVacs says that nothing bin dearer money will low or the prieo 0f our government bonds. So they won't bo sent back to us artor all, wo are sorry to say. 'J ho result shows that those Kastern .follows are utterly dishonest or tit torly ignorant of tho li-uu principles ol tinaiico, and that tho Wan, luvin.r taken tho regulation of our financed out of their hands, should continue to boss the jobi-KaiiH'w Citv Times. The Sllrrr Mil. iNutaiilisIiiiidiii" tlie iiititilatol ' form cf the steer hill, ami notv, itli-t slan.linii tin jeclioiialile features ot, e of the. Senate, amendments j ' we cannot fail to see that a great vieli ry has been achieved lor the West in its passage. The contest has been long and bitter, but the re sult is a triumph of the people over the stubborn resistance of the bond holder and- monev lender. View this contest as a party measure, w0 , have in the Senate 'A votes icainst ! the hill on its tinal passage, y . j publican 7 Democrats." ' In ,10 , House, on the final passage, 72 votes' against it, oO of whom were I'cpub- '' licans and '2:2 Democrats. In the light of a sectional contest, irresnccl-1 ivn oC.,t,Hv i, .rives :!:! So.i.w f,,r I 1 ,'i i" and i) against. 1 he vote shows New York. X e'.v Jersev. .Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont. ! In the House Xew Vork gave 2-1 ! V()los in .,jllHt tllU hill , 1 J lieimbli-; (,.1IW !m,i 10 iimi.hw.hln M:iss.irlni-' .. .,....,i: i i ti sens, n i icpuiiiicans torn i I'l iim- ; . l',.i,i,vlvaiiia 7 I!ciiibliciuis " iaud 1 Democrat; Xew Jersey, 8 lie- nub u-ans and .f J'cinocrats, cr moiit ... and .Maine I l.epuiiln'aus. There were hut three votes iigamsl it from the West : d'arlield of Ohio, Stewart of Minnesota, licpuhluans, ! and Williams of Michigan, Demo crat. Kighl votes from the South against the bill, viz: Florida, 1 ; Louisiana, i; Virginia, 1 ; Missouri, j. Texas, Maryland and Dcluware , ollt, i-ui-li. Missouri has the honor ()f leading in this light, and while Mr. liland, who is the author of the original bill, docs not like the Se .,, :im0ilan'nts, he accents what lois been .mined, and .'ives notice ' thai ihere will be no let up on tlie n . i ,,i .1... , 1,... iiSih, .in... V " ;. thing that will be a tangible, rclicl to the business interests. T ern iiapers that labored mi ird to ma.io this a H.'cli.nial light, ami lrigiili'il men nilo their views on the question of imptiriiig ihe credit ,,f (1K. (;..vcrninent, can have lime now to lake a more calm view. West can put her linger to her m, us) who are the lunatics ? , , , : " , A e further call the allenli Tne nose the puhlic to the lact thai a paper punt earnings ol capra'. an. I lahor, pul.lj. ,e.l in Chillieoihc, called the j seen re to ihe producers ol wcalih l.'iii.su, in ihe interest of a sm.i.idc, r. I Mnir !al ani .-!..!:, faction of discontented politii iau. mnstci oi-i v:o. umiy of i licis in th rellei lieniocrauc party, docs mil t the seiilnnenls ol Ihe liulc-1 pendent (Ireeiihaekers ; and is not worthy of their support. j The above is laken I'r. m a series of resolutions parsed by the ! , ... . , .., V . , r,,. I'VllM.II. 'I I V . II I'Ht ll V I II 'I .... V..... 1 , - ,t;COioe, ami imnnsne.i in i,,e .aii.es-, port uazclie. incy are 1miei j gratuitous, as the Ousts never asked them to in jrse it, never claimed : , lo represent the Independent party, i 'and has received from them from its! lirst issue, a i it..... .. ,...t. i i 1. 1.... v . .'..Will. I . . 11 lain I of Ihe resumption act; ihe resloiatioti t s;..l,,.. .i, ...-.n ,, ,.,,,.,... i ' . . necessary for a healthy coiiim. rcial business "ny the (iovcrninenl direct, making it receivable lor ali purposes 'I he payment of the interest hearing ! jj and convening il as rapidly as posi lil into a non-interest hearing debt. l!c.idiusling the tar ; ill'and making it a tarill' for revenue instead of a protection for rich cor por.i ions. In brief, these are our views, and for which wo have no ropj rvjld ; anybody may endorse or I'cjec; them. Suppose a Democratic Ciul should meet and by Sol- mil ft WiitV. if claro the Triblino did not re II eel thoir sjiiliinenis or that a Ilepuhli can Cillh should reluso lo be guided by tic. Constitution, would they not be considered wise .? Tlii.s roso- Tuti m had its origin unqtiesiion ably ina distempered brain, and in so ;f ir as it attempts to rellecl on the If.io ids of the Ciu-is is tin true. I T lie management of this club has evi'li-mly got into tho hands of par tios' ' 'Hl' il (vi" K,,,w hey.md their power to control. No do not seek any controversy with the club here, many of whom wo bo liovo are good earnest men, hut when they so far forget tho dignity of their mission as to step aside from their legitimate, work to givo iik Hindi a mean peronal thrust, self re sped compejs a reply. In loSO (Irani, can carry thirty Slates of Iho Union for 'Pestilent. Ho can bo President (or eight years more, just at? certain as ho has been for tho eight years that aro past. Keokuk liato Cily (Rep.). Why not claim the other eight ? A financial tempest is sweeping over Germany. Oerinany, liko the United Slates, demonetized silver. Put this and that t Ago I her. New Florence Optic. Tlii.s li.n Ticon it week of slimiw1 l'vo",s - Ti,u Pomboralic , 1 linVi;"ll"n "f woeiiluu-k ami labor T-ledo ; the mectit.f,' of the j IiMiiofrutie Stale C'ummittoti of I Hi-1 .. . : . .... i .. i ti . i iioi.s, iiihi :i imijii una ai;!;rssn o i out oi mo una nciiu niaruei c.uciiiui ciimi'iiinn in that slate decided upon. : e.l that it would he ; and it w ill not 'flic discussions hofire the. eonuwit-i he surprising if the silver advocate tee shows that the Illinois Democra- j ts are wide awake and determined to meet the issues bravely. Truly, i the world is moving. There are si'l"'WiitK drawn out in ll,e general j 'li'Uions at all these meeting that I 'o like, there aro also good, sound j resolutions in the platforms. On j 1,10 K,Uil1 question now attracting ! attention, the Democratic , I'l'iU'orm ol Indiana says : I hat we are in lavor ol making l."lU''1 MiU('s ll",,:s'. ''"'""'''V ; I'allcd giveiiliai'ks, a full legal tend.'r j ln pvmoiit ol all debts, public and urivafe. excel it Midi oli!i"nliotis onlv as are by terms of ,e original con-, '1'i"'t '"''''"i" which they wci o issued, f '.' .T; , 1 ' , , ! ... ti :. J . :.. ! : r.i ... i ' 'n-ru'.u i " ui v . n tn'ii i , ui ' i i"11 n'oicv sl"ui!d he i-n I in Midi amount.! as he sound hi csis of the country may, hows inter from tinii to lime, re pure, I We are in favor officii legislation ' by Congress as will aiillioiize the! taxation by the Stales of I'niied ' States notes in common with other t money. The lirciviback I'latform udojiled it Toh'do, says on the subject : 1'iM ll i.- the exclusive function if ihe (iencrai I lo erninent to coin and create inoncv and r-gulaw it value. Ail hank is.ncs design.. d to : ciiriilatc as nioni'V sh nilil pressed, 'their ciri-uiai'Mig be sup-! medium, ' : whether of metal or paper, should 'be issued by llio (loV'i'umeut ami made a lull legal lender for all 'Iclils, ilulles, anil laxes in tlie L nil til .stales at its sla n euvalue. We would like lor somebody to i... .i:,r. ;.. ,i ;....;..,. -ll.l .11.. ''III. 1VIIIL III I I.V . .!. )IV I on this currency question, demand 1 ed by these two i;all'orms. The ledo ilatf'orm has a re.- illllioli j inten.led to bridge over the conllcl-1 1 ! ting views of Tariff. YV11 'Ihe adoption "" ' incricaii n onelary sy.-teiu, as pro ; imi.m 'I lii'retn, will lnu ncHii.r all (lit- i 1 . .....: . .1 1... ... ! ... ' ' .. .... 1 icreiice in regain io laiiu aim I eo oral laxulion, reduce and eqttalizi ihe cost of lian-porlatiou by lam. and water, disiribme equitably tin tvlm, ui, .lei' II e existing svs.ein grow neb upon Ihe earnings ol th-1 ei, .iial every ti'ii'i and woman may, by their own efforts, secure a coin-j pclem e, so that overgrows) fortunes 1 Hid exlieinc poveriy will be sehloni to'linl within the nuiiis of our lie- ipuioie. 1 A v(.1.il.,!,jt, ..; ,, ('aanai, , s wiin mil i and lUS I honey, iau the - . more lieoni . ,,.,. i,.,.,. , , , . .. ......iy ,,,, ,,, ,i,,, -sioiiiil District where it proper- Iy belongs." Ibil this larilV que-t-tion is a ".ihost" that does not "d iv 1 1 so easy al I he bidding. We desire to keep our readers fully ad vised of tlie general ing on, and the v nrg"d for ihe relief iVc did not inn ;i s.; inoveincnis go-; ai'i'ins in. thuds of the country. ! j ri.li'- 'ly anal- l.'.iei'lbe f i.:C. lol'li.s. bill sinoiU- til " . declarations on the most 1 j pre.-cnl the dial issues. The ) (rii.-i i ire ii-catdi- ing the 'he; v tc-, end i v eraily, very li.n:, and well u sentences. !l- 1 ., I l.'.l I!epceliiig the proposition to isue ceriilicates of dciiodl ol silver 1 bullion brought to the treasury, u well as f.r coin, as provide I in the silver bill, il may be said that sonic, ,f not nil, the smeiling companies will iiiidcrtaUo to provide the Ireas- , , , , ,,. ii ry with stamped bars ol bullion which they will guarantee to bo of ,. the exact fineness indicated by ie1. i . i . . stamp, so mat me government can readily place a largo quantity ol these certificates in circulation without wailing 'or the slow j.ro- ,. ,, , v , , eesses of the mint. No possible .' harm can come Irom the issue ol such cor'.ilic.itos, however great tlie issue, because they represent an intrinsic value, and il Would be just as l'easotiiibh; to call an txeossivo ssuo ol gold coin inlhui on us apply that team to these ceTlil'icaics. St. Louis Ilepiililictui. The two thousand t.vo hundred national banks lo whom a corrupt parly gave tho power to regulate and control the circulating medium of tho country, in a few years, with out any capital except the credit ol tlu pc-'ple, has upon tics eiedu cre ated tho most powerful money oli garchy that ever existed in any free country. Their circulation nnd de posits now aiiinuutlooveroiio billion iwo hundred millions, and from tho Atlantic to tho Pacilie, and from tho Lakes to tho (.iulf, they havoan or ganization that they can siiniillano ously put in action to delciil any law that may bo proposed to re store to tho pooplo tho control of iho ciiculating medium of tho country. K. ('. Times. It in uiolei to disguise the fiiet ' tliat tlii reception ol the news .if , the p.s-ao r tlio silver hill liy mo .So - ialt'l is very (lillomit from what etuvlul and experienced men in and ... p . . . n . i .. . . . i. . i . -1 . ..i . . cliam that aftor all it is, as they said it would be, n good thing fur the country to reinoneti.c. silver, that the public credit will not bo injured by H, and that all those who have thought differently were grossly mistaken. It will be well to reserve judgement on these poiols until tho hill not only ha become a law, but until its practical worlc- nigs liave been witnessed ; and this we say wnilo lively aumiuiug u.ai. the first reception of the hill in the ni;.rkel, to a certain extent, justiticH the silver men in boasting that their views were correct X. . livening Post (A nti-Sil vet' Rjk). 'We are constrained to declare 'ho "dnm ol I he JaMiii-nni'' uniirJ orliie bole was urbi rary. uii: a m'i I i, in i i i oi.r ..union ill itit tins ai Ln iiirv, uu'iist 'gal. anil I lie iliega1 i-lioli nloiie previiiied return by the hoard of a u.iijurity of conservative members ol the lower house." The above is from the report of a ('oinmitl"c s 'lit to Ijotiisiana in lT.'i .o look ioto the action ol the lie turning Hoard. This committee was compo-ed of Wheeler, present Vice I're-i.leut, Hoar i I Massachusetts. now L ulled States Scan cr, Foster, I J 1 ... I . P...1 1 M.,,ul..,ll. It,.. ' ' 1 "vl ' lu'j.ubiicans and seven Democrats, Wells ail Anderson were il.en ineinbcrs of ihe Hoard. Sherman says they are innocent, "And Slier man is an honorable man." A corre-p 'indent, writing lo the St L mis Hep ihl icau on Ihe question of issuing silver Ilullion eerliticalcs says : This may not suit gold speculators, ml is t here a possible doubt us to its u'iiit y lo ihe cunlry and ihe uimlr country? The fact is, and is l'.-i 1 1 1 1 ! - beiie' nl'oven Pv til .-Is. lloil ,1 '. ..! 1. ' 1.1 1 tllv; ini'.i'i. ....vi. i.v... 'n. ...I., . . 1,1.1,, , , , childs, am .1111 SI I . . Ill.'l . .l.l.l.ll.ll. I...I..H- moil of that iik, from rsonal considera Hons have -et the Fast crazy Instead of the West, and the utter falsity of their predictions as to the decline and re turn of bonds and Ihe advance of i i ..ii.;'." to p !"'.' me a re'nrti of sut.ity io hi lien but mistaken anti silver uii ti in the West ai least. Tl.e biee's were Mirdei-ci! wbh .rrccnl.adis w!i en thev were worib i,,.v cems oa ihe ih'.ilar. compared , ( ;,, silver, and by the Ull, sweat ol the la.x'paymg !:.!.,.,- ,V Inn., he, ...vccucd a i to iimety-tive cents on Ihe dollar, j and slid the imn-taNii g uoti pro dileing hoinliiohler savs he inest j have gold tor principal contrary , ,1 '.. ;,.!.. i. . i .; . 1 .'l to tin :ipu,aiion ni tne lioml and contrary to contra"!. -As n i ii.cans of relief from just burdens,' ll.c people ileiiiand the repeal of lee j act .! .it a ivn l-l, 1 :, and the pay ment ol the bonds according to the law of their is-tie. --Nodaway Dem ocrat. I is v il ih) us very well ; hut he some whosn "senti there, may no ills il d no I relied." , . ,. , . .'n internali oial cimnusston is w,.,t i,. i... i .... c s!l-..' .li.l'ei'. W.i f.l,ii.i. 'I'l.! coitoiry has had die too man'v corn'- n. is-;-ms !..reaily. Jcllerson , t.ttv Triiiune. W I . ..iis.'tit oi. one . ( tolil i'.n t'-al is our ''vis'ti.ig S e.c.oiien" rdiail ho sent, under a fixed law nev er to return. T'!. I',.,r lt.,1.. 1 .!. o:i.... - p ,i . " ,' , ., 1 . , , , baby are now Iwins and if provided wii, pn.pcr nourishment, and not si rangulaied by their unnatiiral : pi'ogenilor-, will gn.-.v up to bless ! ,.,,,u1 r'l,lu (,fil" vlimos.- Carihage I I atriol. .. , n . . , , .ood, Mr. Patriot, "Hit 'em I ,,,,;!, The fa.-l is tin if I tti .1 .1 Ii.i1!.' II. I It i.wr. . H ' I '" C'llllCil .-sillies IS W IIIIIICH UOWII 111 II very thin shaving twining along the Pacific and Atlantic shores All ihe rest of the connlry is for i "'i--1'"'"i'st money "silver swtn- i (iters lulvocates ol mi loun ritshon- , ., . . , I or, anil even-thing else atrocious and j terrible . Ma-on Telegraph. DR. WS3TTS!iRf 617 St. Chnr8 s'rect, St Louis, Mo. bf-n tonjtr tnrmzti H tt,c 'pe!l trr tiw nr nil I nn . tlior I'tivtlcmti lu M l,m it. m cut . ii.cr. . bow. Syp'i'liD, Conorrhccn, Cl(ftt, Strlcttirn, Orohttie, hern'.a r Ku'.uurM, Urlnnrr lonno. iiitthrofit.eUlnvrbones, t hm4 ua Q"pi ci;cli dauc r.g, eD I, (c-i ie.iuiii'pririclrl-. SpsrmMorrhcna, Soaual DeWllty and Impotoncy, ilia result of tel aiLitlo youth. ox Uiltxo lu mturef yein, ar oueroaunoi. htl whl -luo-Jm;r.ril1fiihwli.1(i (r1)j': urTcunuc, Mnfnal t-xlMtian,, dfiliU, . o tight, rfAcln tm norV. pt'nplo on lftiio,p,V'c il ttwt, nuruan to ant v of fcmr.tti, cwiiMion cf ti.-n, lm . cftitwit po-jitr, wc, ren' u mil mjT'nfio (mp'onor t unhappy, rt b ! -nt In ttaie-t envtl-pt, fjr iwn p .-uifn iuajtu, D'Ba5os paojilar o women. Amtnorrnina, y,nie ..orrh Nt orrh ,-jm, i.tulnrrtuw, or ln ei. CUmtt,DUtM9ntdiiptaotminuot'tuamh, Jiff r , !(. iMiy tr -i"l. L!e..rii.itvep.fc Li 1 ml tt lUd :ir two UnD. Am with experience oo Hi ro- If :tl Itit," f.U ,)t',.',l,', . . ;; ,. ; ,. . '!( tlil l TV :' i.tlw : ..mnt oS J'.cu:DUiUmiiiltnlon1 pr eniUlyt by Ifft'M.rrMfhiJ Mn to tn v rtarn In t, wnlolnfciab-t.-ith.rp-o'mmie'erYwl:' f, :-i'i iW mutii .rMi.ed, t,u.aUy ,i3tU a t'. I .'ft .o ,l 4tod. Om-tS u t A.M.t .11. M. H'.-rl-r., )-M A iimt l ifiaoj 'ot. ilfti .1 I itnthf D nrB lt. Tb tib'lli!TOit W-.ldouMoftw, to i iooiM(t1if Httttlf tiilrt fa tlio rn-iuitft (niTtilnf Rco- ti. -( 1 Conu U j roomi, tour ljn ii;cj n, ,,ln( utiartrj-r t; W.dlo.lcdn4 V-'iii llirb: e..uipul:i(!iiilre LabotHnrt hf-iiliu'lli!tniiuJmthMut)llihiaiitr(i ntrarufi indirllnirioruiitiil kll UiLlbrarT, UrelL'. ellnui) It Mil tudjrd wotl of fell Uit MbocJl of mrdltlo p found, fcUol'tfttwiliitl FlftUl, Ufa alio nfl -tor 4 in II r, lllu.trvl 'f diiein d oondl'lfi, hleb Lim prnu rit IroM I'arli, Krin-i, rrardlsti nf xpuM. d n tiibj rc : & la any Mbrr Llu-rf im iB- my. lh 1. 1 try Iff tlir - - -r-rn nl ct'Ant. JJ,!rn a rfcou'. Popiii-.irnititnifd hooiiiKjpneson TVtAMioonl Womanhood I IvlAiiuiAtitl lmoediments to Marriage j the canso and cure. Sent securely tterrlt,df post paid for to cent. bvIR. C. Whittikr. i f!7 St. Charles Street, St. Louis Mo., Me (jrtat specialisU Red h&wotjui. I 1 i TO TOVIUSTS. No portion of tho continent ol America presents so much of grand ear, beauty and marvelous interest to the Tourist as the famous Jocky .Mountain region of Jiastern Colora do, in the vicinity of tho beautilul City of Denver. The magnilicence of the mountain' scenery is equaled only by that of Switzerland, and many Tourists from abroad have pronouni ed Colorado scenery su e rior to even that of tho Alps The popular resorts in tho mountains, lamed alike for their grand surround ings and their magical waters, are daily becoming recognized As the M st l iM.KiMTfi l. in America for ci llier hcalih or recreation. Hun dreds of people, tired of the resorts of the Fast, are going to cpend the summer in the grand old liocky Mountains amid its charming parks, nuijofiie snow-clad peaks, grand ca nons, clear sky and iniigic atmos phere. Tho popular Kansas Pacif ic I.'umvav. w ith its sled rails and Mitoinali'' air brakes, is the tiivorite Tourist llotile, and the onl. line run ning I' ii 1 1 ma 1 1 cars Irom Kansas City to Denver. T.ow round -trip rales fi i all Fastcrn cities. Descriptive Tourist Circulars, Maps and (iuides scut live, upon application to the (Icncral I'assenger Agent Kansas 'acilic Kailway, Kansas City, Mo. (i Edl B 3 I! Ea vf ATTAINED AT LAST 5 A TRIAL will INSURE IT9 POPULArtllV EVERYWHERE. mi mm mmum, When enco ur;cl wilt retain 1(8 place foreviT. "V7B rZELMB MAGIIINE3. HvA yonr nM-fn'liloTiPtt, pi'mloroin', l.avv-r.i.nli.i?.iT.ininn-ll.Iliiiir iTiuf-biiie I tn um, ait.1 v e will atli.w you i'or 11, I nil purl puyumut for ono ol ours. IT 13 r.ELF.BRHTED FOB ITS A" VANTAGES. IN IllaT II IS (WE OF TUS LARGiSf 5UV,'.!vi OtllNllS IKSNai-AUIUIlLJ. HUAI'lt J SUIIB THE USE OF THE FAMILY OH THE VVOhK V. IT HAS THE LARGEST SHUTTLE. WITH t -i 03RIN THAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL OF f,lSAD. THF. SHUTTLE TENSION 8 AD1USTAR1S VI I HOUT ReMOWIJG IHE SHUTTLE ff.O: lll Machine. l-fHiS MACHINE IS SO CONSTnilCYiO T'AT THE POWER IS APPLI1-.0 UlRLCTLY C Ell THE NEEDLE, THUS EtlABUMC IT TO R.VTHE HtAVIEST MATERIAL WITH L'N-S-JALLD EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN ITS i stef.l cam make it, all its weahini PAIITS CASE-HAtlDENCD On STELL. ANO inoenioijslv phovioeu with mlahs fcii ;NSTI.UC TIOU, CUI1ABLE A3 ItlON AtiO TAKING UP LCbT MOT ION, SO Yii Aiit JUS-Tlll-.D IN Warranting Every Machine for 3 Ycara. iTIS THE 1.1CHTEET AND EASlEST-HUNNtfCJ MACHINE IN THEMAHf.tr. IT IS. A L"i0,TI 8 M)ST ELABORATELY OtlMAMtNTIO AMI fi.iTTIE3T MACHINE FVL11 PIlOliUCED. WITH ALL 1HE3E At.VANlAOES. IT IS SCO FROM SI 5 TO LESS lhf.ll OlliLli Fill. A CLASS MACHINES. 1 exclusive control cr T:nnifORY o: a TO AUENlS. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEKCIITS OFFEKO FOR CASH OR ON C.REOIl. Se.a FOR CIRCULARS ANO TERMS TO UilaSrasi MissCo.1 SSS Euclid Avenue, ACENTfl WANTED. CLF.VELAMD, 0, EIKG Y0TJ3 TO- XKW3.ANI) IIXTKKIJ N-H't tioMNt Cornor, I'lilJic KUaro, I'liillicoilu.', M i.ssouri Tlioy will givo iho lii::)Kst miirlcoi prieo 'v H, nii'i ya goods al llio lowoist pneos. Tiioy carry iho Host Rlock of iii town nnd SEI.I, TlIK OJIKAPEST. CALL . SEE THEM, It will do .))( no harm to take a look ihroiiyli their utoek. nl-lf. r.'srwws'rwtrj ' llIM .-I'i-,- W-i-;, .!.-:, cri r.-3 ip ? p ar y-nv p ts IS us ui & k. i ia ut & tui tr.EICJAT'5H AM. WM-WtAX, tiib&M tern i-o JBffTKW, J. O. R!CHAR?3CK, Prep., In Mam rinniiaia'i tiiiiiuniiiHMiffrav:it.,1 n vcnln uitiiiU Wliicli th if? (MMrnTraTlninrm-iliiml tlioo route fr 6C I 2Ntt)iHliMinnriin'-RihiiuliIkiuir t-t of HP'ill 'ntalll'-.y Milt Mr Mi wilt a. AirirrM li C. JtA)f riitfc-tltrMV hi, Lum, 1U 1 wwi Sell Drugs, Medicines, White Lead, Mixed Faints, Unseed Oil, Timlow (ilass, I.nrJ Oil, Lubricating Oil, Castor Oil, Jsuatsfoot Oil Fish Oil, Port Wino, Sherry Wino, Madeira Wmc, Blackberry Wino, Pure imported French lirandy, Jliilo Urandy, Peach Ilrandy, Pure Whiskies; Our YVliislilcs Aiile nr.it lVnrh Rrnn ili. s tvcre-tiouulit ilneet I'roin t lie ill--illlery lu Ti inie.-Mi-, unit um slriell) lime. CAI.AXD SHE US Oil I' J'rifVH ,! Ihtirn to the Jivrt i.'V. DII.MS4SOX Andrew Leeper -DI.AI.iat IN HARDWARE, I HON AND NAIL.S, V.TAG0W AKD CAST! I AGE MATERIAL. Agricultural Implements, iff. I lie l;.'.'s Hie lirL'cst stock of the iiIhivh jrrnuls lu North Missouri, toal fells tlieiii ui the v-iy lottesl prices. Last Stdd'ub'io Square, i Chillioothe, Md. Ct I CAT UAUCJAINS. j M'SH 0JTi l!()OK, ! AT ll'.rf. MslL YltA TJf ,r COS. .Hooks, J'njirrs, Envelopes, ' I'OCKI'T HOOKS, POCKET KNIVES, I ClIIIOXOS, Tell.KT S'.APS All) W.M.I. P-- IT.Ii. ; K.is'. Side Public PipiRre, . i (.lllt.ldOOTIIK, MO. Tocolvoyl U'c.ms Xonra con ftrroJ ill Co..tonriii;. vtn.ucox. 5 V t. 'g ;i5 Tv.il. i? V; A t ' V.-.I.. lillH-JyllHli toWaL'-.'.''; :.: it:;;:-:. U ii...- only H'-.v' i -; : .- - -; . Au3mnti5 7;v.-': .. '. -J Autsniii'.ic -1 : -f s ;r.:tic:lf,rs i Always Per.:: i'c-.' ; i ; . i ; .! i Altoj ot:n r Unparidtctod. Vi ir.cox & C ii. .M. Co., POT J) 3rC Jm y -1-J -J a ' "fi". i n r, fr tm iti i'v y l wi t-- liiKe nit t-citiiticm fur th I .ii-'t. ' I "'"I '"M Hum nit-1 tntn: lloiii'iliji.K in II '."' I. iliv jri i Mil LofiliiH M fi.i'c t'nl nun i- Tt. ( . ui I tv.ii-i h nf nr' tfl'l'Il lll-i' IO "II HT'il IN. I't I ti fit" HlJ.iWtltllt limi't'V ri'iilv mi) Hiil.(.w, o-.' tin- nl retturlH nui'.uiK nvff fl.Vt i wr j. t 1 -I.v Hi" I m-iti-la' liu ovr 'I'lt iilin;i itit-r- in tin ) '. AH who 'Hi;: iii iKr in ii'.'i lit -1 . Yii'iri'i ili-nfi-all y-i.ir tun lo tli I) m o only .voir um" ii!in Y n Itl'tt In- HW:iy f.' Ill II -HI I O'.B Itb.'l I. Yoll (VIM 1 1 i ii- nr. I -i .it M-, li 1 1 m : n :i i rt ilir tiin nii'i t m ii 1'. cunt i:i i'ii iHivi' o mil tti.,i. If Mill Hllllt ili'tll.1.1- Work fi.-l II- yif r 11 til c-8 iili'Ui ' Il I'd t-s iii. ll 1 1 1 r Hi try Iti- i)it-n ( Ni i IH ttllO 1-IIJiipM fit 1. 1 i in tU t( u t IIV, A lllK-B-t i In; 1'ti.h 'n J. u. i.ul." I'jiiltui M.ine TI1K IiADIES' ritlENDl Improved Davis l.oek tiiich, Vertical Feed Seving Machine, Which ii inynnd qiii'stlon, iih)t per I'ccl fur Hit ki lis ol' work III oi any cllnir tn iclilnc lu iisi.; n coiiililiiiitlon nl' Nlia f I If i ' . I ii i n ' .1 1 i v ii n 1 1 i con. iiny, nianii. liM'lllt'i.il nr 111., v.-rv In l.i i... '.,. i. .1 - i "" -' it mid c.iinnisi'tt nl only IwcIvh Working luirlH, while oiliur luucliliR'B have from thirty to tony. FOB SAL1-. uv MRS. S. J. DAVIS; Agent. One Boor North of TVtylcy's Corner, ciin.i.icoTnr, mo. IMMENSE STOCK OP Cook toves M 1MMESSE STOCK OF F ar lor Stoves Immense Stork of Tin, (Uiio And ShvKt Iron H are. CUOIC & ELEGAXr PARLOR SSTit CHOICE ,0 EUIGAX1 ClIAMliER SETS! CHOICE & ELEGANT of every (Icscription. In factwa have tlio liii'est and most coniilts stock of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODI In flu? City, till "nt Kock Bottom Pi'tccs, below all competition South Slrlc ruhllc Siiuare, CUIIXICO'ttlE, MO. SEA P MOIIItS' THE PARKER GUN. StNO STAMP fOR CIRCULAR PARKER BRtfS WEST MERIDENjCT. TEH III 1. 1 A- UlllFFlTH, STOVES STOVKSI! Wi- keep contiintlyonliaiul t lie Inrgc.f. nnd hcsiasniriiiu-iit of Cook Stoves Is the city, which wu will fcelt BEI.O'.V I UOCK-DOTTOM PRICKS. Wo would call especial stleHtion to Iho "Ezcelsior Cook," M ule hy th,. Wn-tcni Stovo Muiiifactur iug Coinoany . All stovos waircuieil . Tin. Sheet-Tfon and Cop per Wiiro, Of our own mumifBctitif , iln, t,K,t f MW. ti'iLil ui . in u,e in iiiulactiUH uf our tocd.-i. ra:mi;iS TooV-IIces,' Rakes, ioiUi, fjpacloa, fJhovois, &c. TAHLKCUTLKHV, Ii Ml I) ('AO ICS AM) U'OOEEX HAltE. In short, wc k.'i'p a full assortment or ail uniiil." knit- lirMirh a house. Ml Hrlow Bcd-Uoek Priccx. Job work done to order' on h(rt ini tlcc. Cull at the Stove Rfmi, South Lo cust Slr. el, WVst ni.ie, Cliil.iu.itln-. TKIIItILL & GUU'mil. ) JIK1JNA I, GO OD YE AH' S RUBBER GOODS, VOI.CANIZIil) 1,'l'IIIIKK IX llVI'.liV Co.V'.'KIV Alll.i: l'OliM .Ml.M'I IH) TO I'.MVKUSAI.L'SK. Any Article I infer Knr rounds Wdhl fun it Sent byjllail, MIXll AM! UIIKR-PltOOF aarments .a sieccialty. iOur Cloth .Sur face C ml. eoiiiliin, Tw.j (iarmi.uts lu line. I'or Hinriiiy wenther it is l'erfoet W jut-proof, ui.d lndry weather' a SEAT AVI) TIDY , OltltlOAT. Hyapcenlkr process, the rubber H pill, bclween the two cloth surfucen which pivveiioi Smelling or Stlckln, even In the hottest cliiimtes They are Hindi! In three colors liluo Ulack and llr.iwn; r.iaiiT, PoitT.trtus S TEOXUAM) I) CHAIIL E, W e are now ntl'ering tlinin at tho trein. v lnw uric, of T.... 1 1 .1 1 .i. cx- eaeli. Scut Host-iinitl in nnv .I.I.1I...UU . . j "uiinp vuyju III- eel.l uf pi le... When ordering, state size around chest, ever vest, Ri-liiiiila parties ileslrlnir to "sell our L'O'iils, can aend fiir our Trade Journal, yivlug dcfcilpii inoiourleadinirartlclon llu sure nnd net ttei orlKiml Good yeur'.s Steam Vulcanized fabile.". i BfSeiid for llliistratid price-list of our Celebrated 1'oeket (jyruuasiura. Ad dress careliilly. UooiiYK.n'ti Rrnium Cfiitwi Co 7211 til'..ni.vuir M..w -..-i. i..' v n n,.v r,r : ' ni' -ly. WATEUS' CrchCi trlon chimes ORGAN jf&?ii lh(iiiniiiibrinulf jn.Ulo aiiJ iicrfcn . r l-l 11 .uHB.irrwHHP, SE'RkWiK !. "itrf If brntnl MS HrV- SM ..'.iiiccrio.l oji. xhl. il "iki- ------Wi?V. cli (in line linimil,,. MKrSg f,h4 IIuuirh vlr 51 Si53lWf i"J ,wo mill R half uciRvnit oi b.llNtu ed i.i perlcni har Biunr nlih IArerU.. Sc th'ir rffort K muc Ai .(Ov i:iiTo.vi:Mri:u,( ijvtknnui, l III.MKM. ( IIAI-I!!.. (HTTA(iK (i. (JAS, iii Lnliiuf. Ieiii.i Cmtu. areiaov rrrpippi kiicmt class. Alt li T 1 1 II II i;st ffl A "li jiill Tie, toucil " ..rkiimiili(,v l..irul.llllr 'u..,1)M.j. urrmiled lor SI X VKAUS. rilK'KS uvriiL.VIKI.Y I.OW or ,.h. Jl.uillilr Iii.iiiIIiik.iii. r. rri.id. A l,ll.rnV IUw-M.it fiwhM. ii"fri,Clinrl,i,.SVl. .A(.HVI' IHVI KII. S.rll.,B,.; Minn. I .. 1 1. lriiil...lll,i.ir.lr,l r.i.l,,,,,,, Hliill.l.sm.n.,i..Rii, Iiiii,iinpiitol(;rM Il.ou..li,. llOUAl H WATHUH i MINN, iKUufnvliirrr. aid Deitlrri 40 H" Mih KTIIRFT, l-rffll. I