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Harness and Saddlery, buggies Surries,- Wigon rIrneH flfl to $'U; Single IHrnesu 7 to $25; Second-hand Harness ifd to $lo: Saddle, til stylee d prices. Bugs. Tops, Cusuian. Wagou Sheets aid! Bows. O ir Vehicles are the latest hi design ami tetiuting. brae Hud see us; get our pritvs and yon will surely tniile with MiFAKLAND MM S., Dutler, Mo. A Most Liberal Offer. JTh St. Louis Mirror is a twenty- r'K page paper, in magazine form. led by William Marion Reedy, an- led by a staff of contrihutorsi-um-irtriitig the best writers aud litrrv lUthorities on all eurreut subjects, locial, religious, scientific, financial, iterary or artistic. The Mirror in a weekly review of lieu and affairs; a treasury hort itories and good poetry: n t',.er in which tho bent books, best play n and jest music are ably reviewed, and all iopicH of coutemporary Interest are riven careful attention. It fs the up-io-date paper for the merchant, the lOacher, the professional man. the itudent, the politician, as well as for woman and the horn. If you will send us 10c, in silver or dumps, we will mail the Mirror to ?our address for ten weeks. The Mikkok. St. Lou ik, Mo. Women and Jewels Did Not Require bride to Promise to Ol.ev. Jewels, candy, flowers, man t hut is the order of a woman's preferem vs. Jewels form a magnet of mighty power to tho average woman. Even that greatest of all jewels, health, is ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them. If a woman will risk her ,,;""- lmt 'S plained to lier that lie health to get a coveted gem, then let ! would not exact any promise to her fortify herself against the insid ious consequences of coughs, colds and bronchial affectious bythereg- Macon, Mo., Sept. 20 In perform big his first marriage ceremony in Macon countv at the Court house this I n It i.rii... . ( '!r..nif Iii.l.r.. V M sM...l niit iiii'i.ii ir uh ii lav, .i. .it. -iii i- don duly took tha pledge of the bride to love and cherish her bus- ular use o Dr. Posehee's German Syrup It will promptly arrest con sumption in its early stages and heal the affect) lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system. It is not a cure-all but it is a certain cure fur coughs, colds and all bronchial troubles. You can get Ir. ti. U. (ireei(s reliable remedies at any drugstore, e-o-w (Jet (ireen's Special Almanac. ill KIL-KOLDj 1.1 't 'ut V. . 1 1 . , ( N T ' - r I J j i . :. u mi--, i:.7i i 3 )! M-viil,rHvr.'' J...ll -Altl . ' fj - m m(iw". - T'-r- J- i1m'V. While her husband loved her and treated her well, be said, obedience would follow as u matter, of course, otherwise she was not obliged to obey him in just ice. The bride smilingly assented tothe court's philosophy, and the bride groom said he U'.uTd take her for Ivttcr or for worse, anyhow. The parties were Miss Julia Cook, aged 'J I years, and Mr. Theodore Holmaii, 1".), both residents of Bl. iniiimion. Kilarote Your Honda Willi I aicnreta. Candy Cutlinrtlr, euro const ip.mon forever. 10c, 05o. If C. C. C. fall, druciuKts ri'f und money. I -J J J MEYER'S IIL-EOLD .TL They clop Hate a cold worse than you do. cough and Keep it stopped. Cure Grip, Hwiduchu and Malaria, too. 25 Cento r.t your druggist's. If he carvt supply you, send price to "ZiZ2'Z MEDICINE CO., 260-266 17. Broadway, Now YcrL i szyK s ur 7 It fA7Jorf EESECT FOELl are the orJv make In the world with particular and nrecUe models for every possible build of figure. Bvbuvinr the Erect Form you can secure perfect ease double as much service and a absolutely exrc fit There are over fifty different styk s The t rr ct Form follows vour own contour it does not press i on the DustcT atxim n.rut gtves a graceful effect to the person Dy keeping uie snoumers in a straight line Crst rtra 973 701 rcr medium ninjrct Krt form TA.Kunci.iatwvebuimadrof finecoutil $1.00 I. HO Irtlt Fratlt lir-prcwtl. ljf average fitrurca - - 1.00 .raet rtrm wim in irf ror aertmpea oirurea. Low boa l nrccr- ipa and abdomen . .gQ abdomen and Win . Rn Kr t tf For fall (iirum- kmg hipt - 3.00 Krt tmrm 070 Far medium tigure. la batme. like 073 - - . 1.00 r Nttutt Crvrf Form hut m tirw leng hip, CA safr pnprr m4rl or tht nwW light jklrts , ttfU 711. at 02. airl7i), ttM AiaUdatlm. U) 1 1 1 1 1 tl'j 7 nallia M aaaw tad brnri pric dlwcl French Have best Artillery. New York. Sept. '20. Hen. "Joe" Wheeler culled mi 'resident Hoohe velt to-day and lum-hed with him at Sagamore Hill. The 1'resideiit was auxioiisto hear what t heold cavalry 1 1 1 1 1 1 thought of 1 he Fieuih iniliiary inaiieuveis, which he vent to see. "Th'-y have got us beat to death on artillery." mi id tieit Wheeler. "The French artillerv is the finest in the world hexund the remotest shad ow of a doubt. The cuvalry is good, but. their artillery is superb. They have an invention for overcoming the recoil in hiif l&inch nuns for coast defense which is ahead of any thing of its kind.. It is true that we iu the .Viueilcnn ailuV have jll.-t at quired a similar invention which is really suppo.-ed to be better than the French invention, but it has not vet been put imo use." CAS'i.-jRIA Yor Iufuald uud c.iiidren. The Kind You Havo Always Bough! Prinurs Struck at Carthage. Carthage, Mo., Sept. 20. All mem bers of Typographical L'nion No. fH have struck Miid refuse to work long er until their union is recognized and nn advance in waire paid. The strike affects typesetter, pressmen . A BIG-HEARTED MAX DEAD. The End to W. S. Stratum in Colorado Springs Last Night. Colorado Springs. Col., Sept !.". and job printers. The union was or gauized about a year ago ntu ; Winfleld Scott Stratton, owner of the now has never m-ked for rit-oirniJiiin 1 until '",',1lM'I1(','n,''' rtii'ie in the Cripple .U.ntl Creek district, died nt his home here f"r Obituary. St rt her Fads wa horn intlascois ade county, Mo , in 1 :;, and died near Ilarwood. Vernon county, .Mo .. Sept. . l'.ioj. In e irly tnafiliood !' chose the -iter part." and united with the CuiuUrland I'n'sby terii:i church, in whi'-'a be was rulit'U -"Mt my veai - ever living tn oiisis lust night. Stratton mis a poorj cr,t ehrHiiin life. fl.' t.t Uie hvening lr-, ate Mornmg f ; ul,(iut tifty.fotir M,,r, 1(,o ...MutL, iVtiKs-rat are tied up. The prints lhlllK ,illllk atl(, , , , of the I ress walked our ,nst as the . drvn uere bom. all .., le., r.. f. .:- last bit o c,,.y was hung on the o loing in his f.e.tste,. !,. ,,v., u ,M. ho,,ks,and.nordertop.tthepa,,T HiI1,ivtlKt (f ,.! It is w.atln of ,.. ,!,,; ,...,r out the editor and nrtonal fonv : ntu tV tl , 1' bad not U broke,, by de,t h. was pressed into service. They work- ...... . A . 1 .until the hu:.i,nd nn.l !'.tl,.r mm ins itnen-sr ior a smnll sum. ex-1 periinentimr at several points with ' t , V , ' partners, who t last LrMVenp in de-;T ' '"' "f "",,r,,k-11 spnirnnd left him master of the field. fa""'-' IVI11"""- wi--n'.I"''-' ' . ..... . i more ...... . ., i inu ii'ii win mmie rocK lot oiorado ; i-i! put uie iu ruTi,n "iiMue . , ....! .. . , t ,1 Air. Laos lic4 So" lliu!i Veal": ..i..i... ..i i . i .1 f loliiistown. l'.iitts 1-011111 v. Mo i miMin lining uie ieie iroin which heh(id taken the snniole. It I ," V "n!"" '"m;,V ,!h""' ' A"u- wasthemorniiurof Juiv l,ls;l. lie ! '-v -'" "-" ll,s r"lli;""s u"'v t.,.t,.o.t .... ..I..5... I... I..'. 1 .,t"rred Ml th- .l.d.l.t.HMi cetneO-ry. '' ' " inn-rvinieii-v uiei the other Washington. Though the nn tuple assayed show ed ?'is in gold not another bit of rock could Stratton find which show ed up well. Fxperts miid his claims were worthless; his friends shook their heads with pressed ed nearly all night in order to get up enough tyie to iret out to-day's pa pers. This morning's lletaocrat was not. issued. The owtiers of both pa-j pers say they 1 non-union ineu. Yvr. Americans Protect Traia. Bears the Signature of Wejngarten Bros.. 377-379 Broadway, N.T. I KaoOMt ktrB4'W.B.CBKirM. ) (Jrder of Publication. In the circuit court or Bate County, Mo , In vacatl n Juns i urni, l., ( harlra Scbupp, Clainiitf, vs. I.eoDnrJ J. Young and Uie unkDowD neira 01 iuuara J. louug, ilvoi-Med, DFtendaoli. Sow at Uila ilaj conirsthe plaintiff ht-rt-ln.bj hi aitorufjs, t-rnncisco A Clark, and die hit petition and affidavit, alleging, among otber tlllliga tbat drti-bdant. Leonard J. )uung, ia not reaidrnt of the Mate of .Missouri; and -thai tor -verily bfrifves ibat there are persona micremu in tne matter herein setout, and set out in said peUuon awl affidavit as ni-irs or1 iseea ol Leonard J. i oung, deceased, or claiming by, broi. gh or under hiui or them, whose mines lie cannot Insert herein or in said pennon, beuauw) they are unknown to blnri; tbat said unknown persons are the record owners in fee sim ple ot the real estate herein described to vit: Tbetouibwest qoarier of the southeast quarter or secuun twelve in township lorty iu rauge tweuiy-nine in Hates county, jiissouri; which they inherited from Leonard J. Youmr. deceased, is heiis or uevist-es. n Hereupon, it 1 ordered bv the court in term time that said defend ants be notified by publication tbat plain- tiii rh cuimuinccu a sun against lliem in this court the object and genersl nature of which is to perleci plaintiff's record title M the real estate, above described, and to divest de fendants of all real or apparent title to the (m ai d Invest it lully in plaintiff by reason ot the following lacts. to-wil: ' bat plaintiff and tbose nnuer wbom be claims have been in ibe open, notorious anu adver.e possession ol said premises and paying all the taxes ou tbe same, lor niorr Ibau ten years tbat the defendants bave not been In its nossestlon. or paid ant taxes on said premises or any part tbeieof for more inatiiniriy-oue consecutive yeai prior lodale of filing tbe petit uu herein; tbat plaintiff is now ill the possession ut said premises: that no suit has been broutlit by defendants or anv of them against the plsiutlu or any other perron within tbe last yesr, to recover tbe possession of said preuiiaei, tr siiy part tbereot, and tbat unless the said Leonard J. loans; aud the unknown heirs or Leonard J. Youug, deceased, be and appear at ibis court at tbe next term thereof to be begun and boldea at the court - bouse la the city of Butler, In said county, on the 11 lb day ot Jkavembei next, and on or uelure tbe Srst day or said term, auswer or plead to tbe petition in said cause, the same will be taken la confessed and Judgment will be rendered accordingly. And be It further ordered tbat a copy bereol be published, accomlng to law, in tbe Uutlib ekklt ItHiis, a weekly newspaper print ed and published in said county ot nates fur lour weeks successively published at least oner a week, the last Inser tion to fe at least Ittera day before the Srst day of tbe next November te.ar of tae circuit court. A. B. LCOMlCJt, Circuit Clerk. A true oopy of the record. Witness my hand V and seal of ibe circuit court of Bsu-S IsiALj county, tnis ion oay or August, lsut. a. s. buv n i a. circuit cierft. Washington, Sept. 20 Secret a ry of the Navy Moody received the fid lowing dispatch today from Com mander McLean, of the Cincinnati: "Colon (blank date !. Train for Panama went through with Cincin nati's guard of rilletae!! and rapid fire gun. Freight train coming to wurd'Colon stopped by soldiers at sides of track con'inuously pointing muzzles of guns nr engineer und t rnirr hands, demanding opening of locked box cars for inspection; conductor no key; could not. Went to find some responsible officer, also sent man to (lag following passenger train. Will vigorously protect life, liberty American and other peaceable employes und maintain unobstruct ed transit. Have instructed Hanger to assist this duty." OASTOTtlA. flp.M -j9a '' 3 ! ";ns 8.u, Buried Thirty Hours in a Mining Tun- nil. (ripple reck, Colo. Sept. 2it Louis von ltuecau. u'prouiinent (ier taan mining expert, was imprisoned thirty hours in n (iroiise Mountain tunnel, owing to a cave-in, but was nor hurt. lie went out to examine the Pleas ant iew mining property. . Knt ranee to the property is gained through a tunnel on the slope of the hill. No operations had !cen in prog ress there for nearly two years and the timbers had become rotten. Von Rueeau had not gone more than fifty feet when the roof of the tunnel fell A. resense party dug hiin out. -.r Three-Minute Liver Cure, There's a fellow in St. Louis who cures livers in three minutes. His name is W. Kahles. lie tells adif ferent storv. each week, entitelv in pictures, about a well-meaning but misguided policeman named "Clar en-e, the Cop." I he great St Louis Sunday Post llispnteh prints these. If there is auvthing in langhtereur- ing liver trouble, one rd Kahles' se ries ought o cure in ubout thret minutes. pity. Stratton worked on, borrowing money when ever he had a chance, never losing heart. At hist he struck good ore in the Washington. He sold it for Sno.uoo. A few davsnfterthe Wash ington sale gold vanished and the mine reverted to him for nonfulfill ment of contract Since then the lost ore chute has been relocated. The value of the Independence mine is estimated at l'O million dollars. Several years ago Stratton suit': "My superintendent lias positive orders to keep down the output to 1 oo.oi in a month, but. hang him. heb'H it crawl tip to'.llO,00(i in spite of nil my 'cussing.' " Stratton gave on order to a Victor coal dealer in the severe winter of 1 M7 to give one ton of eon I to each poor family which applied, even if the circunmtanci s of the family were not known to him Two hundred tons were applied for in one day. and in all about live hundred tons were distributed. Several years ago ( forpninn in one of Stnttnn's mint s was killed Strat ton cared for Ibe family nndeducat ed nil t he sons as mining engineers. In early days when Stratton was a miner carpenter, he was in the habit of working eonvuKitv f,,r f,,,v months and then packing a burro getting n "grub stake," and disap pearing in the mountains on a pros pecting tour. In the absence his wp. was coniH'llel to support herself Ihis.eilfo a divorce on the charge of desertion In after -venra s iieartbelioiiii of his dvig'it.'i-s, Mr Wm. White in.. I Mrs S I., t'oletnatt. That he wits in 1 in hi-h en teen was evidenced I t he l;fgeeo:. -, n:r-- ofpenple and e i;i!v his fortte-r neighbors, tl.otigi. snittered. wl; i came lo pay tie list triStite of re s'ct . jis his body was coii.s.igt:e, t 'i the b:M Iroin l et ee it e une. White's t. , ta eruiifgue isessel,. I hilly t l-e ciiii.i's i ,ai- li irnptnvc. the i!i'estiuii ainl assiiailat ion "I food, stfi-iigt! iiihg t l.o leTVieis sys. tela a lei rest ling tbetn tothe heal! vigor and ehis! i.-ji of sirits a tt ur-d tochildhood. 1'i ice. J.-ic.-iits.-M. 1. Tucker. Lapt. I.aih! 'iot-s t .i r A.tln. Cafit. Itartl;..!, I, add. member of v well known r I. -i itnin ; i to i'-r of Missouri liiitit - "Ills 111' Castro Preparing to Attack. Willenistad, Island of Curacoa, Sept L'O President Castro, of Vene zuelfi, considering that the situation of fJeneral Carrido, his war minister, is eminently critical at Valencia has marched ti assist him with .'1,700 men. The president crossed Los Tctues river, Wednesday and con tinned the satne day his inarch to Valencia. His araiy is carry iiiu in my sick men with it According to the report President Castro will ittat kthe revolutionary urmy under (itM.eral Mendoz.i at Tovin ito. Gen eral Mutos, the rcvtilutionary leader. is .still ai Oi itii.-o. -ar the uittura of OI1IA. Ml Kir.il Yci Haw Km Scilt Manchurian Governor lssuis Dtcrcig Against la rd llaini; St. Petersburg. Sept. l.'J Drastic decrees ug-tiust gamblers have Lmi n issued by the governor of Manchuria. All card players will receive .100 lashes at the whipping post und Will be compelled to ear metal rings around their necks Persons who nuit inrd playing iu their homes, in addition to being lashed, will l expelled from (lie city iu which they dwell. 'nil signature is no every bos ol the genuine Laxative uromouuuuae ratou tho rsnoedj tiiat en-ma coM la tM slay arc his iiiu-ii.. .!:g'i-t !ertlnM, f 4 J 1 S West Pine I,, nlevar I. and Col Manaailukc lit -fore leaving h" t. i'n. Manna- lute that he had been in - rr to- eiicewitba r t -rui; ing .-i-.-iii fori he insurgents, w ii ii le-a-hpiarters in New (rleans. .-1 1 1 1 that he was confident of receiving a commission in the in surgent nnny married a locomotive engineer who piloted)! train from ColorndoSprings to Victor Stratton nlwavs made his trips from his home in Colorado Springs to his mines in Victor on that train. Several rears nL'ti St rat ton gave the woman who hail been Ins wife a fortune. It is snid she re ceived ."0,000. He always said when tpiestioned that ull the fault was his. Lxtremehof weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of bn dies: when puny and feeble they should be given a dose of White's Cream Vermi fuge. Price, -J." cents II, L Tucker. Jennie Miller Wants fio.ooo. St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 12. For be stowing a kiss ami with it a promise to wed. ou pretty Jennie Miller. An drew J. Km k r, a wealthy farmer of Andrew county, h-sked to pay Miss Miller's petition in thedistrict court declares tbat in January 1U0O. the defendant made love to her ami secured her promise to marry hita She asserts that the betrothal was sealed with a kiss. She claims that she hue waited for neaiiy three years an I that he has not fuliilicd his obli ilio.'t Despite t he fact t hat she has plead ed with him on various invasions to kep his promise, the young woman fays that he has refused to do so. Since tdc gave Kucker her promire Miss Miller asset tn that she could h tve wedded a number of people but refused them all for hie sake. Sea Serpents With Big Ears. Victoria, Uritish Columbia, Sept 20 Japanese papers received bv t he emnressof India retuirt. t.lm ..m.i I " ' . . . . 'ti'iitlu rn () eiion. ol two sea Kernelilt off n iw..i ,.f "iiiul lii.rt.M -. i.. I ...iter .....I,......! n.l Japan by iisheriiieu One was a . , , 7 . " , iimie furiy eight long hiiU t!:f', . . 1 1,4 Hr . I t a a. 1 . a " Mill M lilt? It I, I? I I' 'K IIHHVT other a female Ihirty-n.iw feet long. M. They bad burn. to feet six inches, J'. i L i.V.ls .J.'., i , ... .i .1. long and ears bUjui twuftyi. Ii iB Int. idgh-mel h.r. e.1 a general sus the opinion of scieu tints that the scr- ension of bus nes-. : uatui i. and tores.-hHve tamtetl y a 11 1 input. 1". si:)t r-, .lariiig tic greati-r part 1 I the Cuban campaign, has turned sol. lier of im-tune. a:i I will g" to Co;i .ml ; 1 to i-.i'i t'.-'i'i-ar-gent for es ) ', r 1 . . -1 1 ti.-i-n i : (apt. La.).! departed for New ( ir lean Tuesday, less than two da vs af ter Cnjit. Henry Manna. I. ike, com mandiiig the Colombian government wairshlp lit .got a. bad sailed from a'i rraiaisco to give battle to tlieinsnr gent l! et oil tin- Panama coast. ToCtd. Vincei.t Mann 1. Ink", brof li er of the ( t.'ombia naval captai". L'phl epr..s-.l his regret that :i had i.o know ii 01 1 h Missoiiria n's e. pedili-Ml ill liaie to i - sill it. He wish e 1 to S( e active llill,l:li v urri... '! said, and would haxe been as ready ti join the govrriitnei.l ha-ces a those of I he rebels. Captain l.ndd informed butfewof his acipmintut s ,,f , ;,!atis before leavingSt. Louis. The only persons. lMside his nail her. who are believed lo ha ve know 1. I'ctjiijtelv . a' las pi a 11 s. To Cure a Cold in One Day fake Laxative I'.romo ( Juinine Tti It- lets. All druggists refntiil the money if it fails to cure. II. W. drove's sig nature is on each box. L'.V. New Woman Lawyer. Macon. Mo. Sept. 20 Mrs. Mary A. Matthews, formerly city attorney of Palmy I'ti. has just N-en enrolled as a niimW of the Macon bar.. Mrs. Mat tie ws was formerly Miss Ander son, ami dm ing her occupancy of the ity attorneyship of Palmyra gained onsiderable 1 xpericn.v in l. gal mat ters If is said that wlbii she mar- ietl Ollio Mattle w s, w ' 1 1 1 is also t 1 IWyer. she liad it ' laiicic ited in tlie bond' that site conid jr i.-ti.-e law if she wanted t o. a, id e r ei rii!itieut is aa eunc-sr of future an'ii:iu.iits i:t tue legal ar -aa by youn i,m i rn. aiiU'itious Tliousaini.sM.il'. r with loipid liver, producing goat .n-j tessi ai of spirits, illiligest it )li. cotisli,.;,: joti, liejt.l.tehe, etc. Ibrlaiie ttill stiuiuUte 1 h. livs-r. kept'e bow. Is it galar. and restore a healthful htnai.ey ot spirits Price, 0 cents. 11 L. Tucker Day Turned Into i"ht. Porthitiil. (be, S pt. JO (I.eat forest fires' are raging throughout Sc. ires of houses uenU being -dit urfel-i quakes, abandoned the deep for the " a" 'V1'"- ""'I'lii-I'tswere use.l . . vessels were uuuuie to leave port. -v ,.. . ... ? .