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PRICES THE LOWEST YET NAMED (or FIRST-CLASS GOODS An Immense Assortment ! ipiality will it I The prices will 9ell it, ami that is the reason you should come at once to get your Bargains from our Splendid Line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Lames' and Gent's Fi rnishino Goods, Hats, Cats, Boots, Shoes, Ac. KPKemkmber it is as Establish iact tat it paps to trade wit tifl. HU1CPI1EET. Farmers' Union. Published every Thursday by the farmek9 pnion pub. co. labscrlption, $1 Per Tear fo Advance. Pile's Party Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, Ceo. JAMES B. WEAVER, of Iowa. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ton. JAMES . FIELD, of Virginia. PRESIDESTTf Af. EI.KCTOBS-AT-I.ARGt:, J. B. Fallen.-St. Louis, a. D. Fullcrtfon. Nodaway county. BISTWfT Bf.KCTORS. I. Casper Miller. Schuyler county. . Vim. Quayle, Handolph. 3. M. C. Martin, Caldwell. 4. K. P. Stafford, Atchison. 5. Ben. Elliott. Lafayette. 8. Lee I. Kwelnav Johnson. 7. Joseph VVhittaker. Hickory. .'t. H. Kermison-. Morgan. P. Knhcrt Cttwtliorn, Audrain. 9. E. P. Uladwltl. Tenth Distfict. St. Louis. M. Jus. l. White. Eleventh District, St. Louis. IS. H. L. Rolf. St. Louis. IB. H. J. Harrington, Texa9. M. Harry Miller, DoubIhs. 15. Tliouian P. Withers, Horry. For Governor, AEVERETTE LEONARD, of Saline county. For Llctircfiittit-Uovernor. GEO. W. W ILLIAMS, or Polk county. For Secretary of State. DAVID H. PAGE, or Jackson county. For Auditor, J. B. DINKS, or St. Ltuia. , For Treasurer. . N. THOMPSON, of Hutes county. For1 Attorney-fienerul, ALFRED HAUK1S, of DoukIus county. For Railroad Commissioner, JOHN O'HEAKN, of. 'loan county. For Supreme Court .luilyes. O. D. JkNKS. ot Knox county, C F. M tl'L'ION, lay county, WM. MONKS, of Howell county. For Judges of Court of A npeHls. west District-.!. S. CH iSH V. St. Joseph. 2at K. E. KKl't HIE. of St. Louis. For Congress First District. H. Uiio.nson. of Lewis county. For Representative, Joseph Miut.u, of Johusou township. For County Judire Eastern District. W. F. Aimms, of L'nion township. For County Judge Western District. KlWAHU Ill'TXKK, of Jefferson township. For Prosecuting Attorney. H. T. Cox, of Memphis.. For Collector, J. L. Tessa.m, of Jefferson township. For Sheriff, Geo. 3. Moxhoe. ol .lettcrsoa township. For Assessor. Frask R. Evans, ot Sand Hill township. For Public Administrator, A. W. Moi'ST, of Vest towusuip. ForTrcns.iri-r, T. H. Bs.vsos. of Vest township. For Surveyor, (l. W. Swank, of Mt. t'.cusant township. For Coroner, Dr. J. Uhauowski, of Unity. Announcement. We are authorized toannoune John T. Smoot as an independent candi date for Judge of the 1st Judicial Circuit, subject to the decision of the voters at the polls. The party whip is being used now to a greater extent than ever before in this county, for the two old parties are beginning to realize there is danger. The Republican leaders are aware that they can do nothing for their party in this county, but by lining up the men that have hereto fore voted the g. o. p. ticket hope in tins manner to help the Democrats, The city element of the Republican, Have aided the Democrats in making contests and will do so again when ever the opportunity appears. They hope to keep their parly to Hue in the country and thtn sufficient ol them will vote the Democratic ticket ia this city to elect that ticket. But this trick has been played once too often to succeed next election. Every Republican voter who wishes Iiemcrats overthrown :n this count) will have to vote the People's party ticket to accomplish their object. All admit that there is no difference in the Democratic or Republican parties on tbe great financial and auti monopoly issues of the present campaign. Then why not give your support to the People's party. Both the old parties have had a hand in bringing the results that effect labor, which allows a privileged class to liye in luxury, while the masses work from daylight until dawn in order to e-istain life. The large part of their earnings go to keep the owners of railroads and trusts stock in idleness. A vote for either oue of the old parties will aii.in keeping up this un fair situation. Isaac Isaacs, of Kansas city, form -erlv the president of the Republican league of this state, openly charges Major Wm. Warner, Joint W. Noble and others of violating the civlil service act. His charges will have to be investigated and if proven true, the parties will be guilty of a denal offense. So there is alikclyhood that Warner will do service for the state, but not as governor Missouri. Can the laborer or farmer be whip ped into supporting .either one of the old parties when they know the present condition of low wages have been brought about through the agencies of the Republican and Deni cratic legislation. A vote for either one of the old parties is to admit that wages and tbe price of farm produce is suffici ently high. A vote for the Republican or Dem ocrats Is a vote for Wall 6treet and .rust pools. Farmers and laborers should tar fully investigate the article published in the Memphis Democrat of October 6th, 1892, regarding a meeting held at Granger by the third party. There you will see the same kind of advice given, w hich has ruined this Republic and enslaved the laboring classes, thai the hayseeds are so illiterate, so ignorant that they should not counsel among themselves, but let the dcrno gogues of the old parties do their thinking for them. What have they done for vou in the past? What do they promise you in the future? They promise you iSor'c oppression, more beggery, more oppression and more prosperity for the money power of this country. Farmers are you going to be published to the world as a hoard of ignoramuses to be led those gold tongued sirens? The answer is revibrating fram every part of the United States. No. Let nil those who are advocating the principles of reform use every opportunity in placing' same before the people and of the 8th, of next November their lalor will be amply rewarded by seeing a grand reform consummated in the workings of our government. The platform of the Peoples pary is just anil right, and is bound to win, regardless of the beastly bellowing of the party organ ou the west ide of the square, which is conducted by the court house re gime with J. YT. Barnes a ring master. There is a strong intimation of a trade lieing made between candidates on the Democratic and Republican tickets. Democrat. And yet this sae sheet contains the charge that ' The People's party and Republicans have fused." Vo ters, you need no further evidence of the unscrupulous character of the man who profe.-sse to run the Democrat than his own statements, lie is like his predecessors, Kirby and Moore the ring touches tun butlou uud Bates does the rest. The question for voters to ask themselves before depoaiitng their ballot is "will either oue of the old parties if successful help us to increase our wages and provide a means whereby we may ciolhe and feed our families better?" The evi dence in the case is that the condi tions that have brought wages for labor down to almost a starvation point has been brought about by legislation at which both old parlies have hud a hand. Twenty six das from tj day till the election of G rover Cleveland Memphis Democrat. Twenty six days more and we will witness the defeat of Grover Cleveland uud his tariff for corruption gang, among whom is the editor of that paper as it will become necessary for the riug of Memphis to import a new editor in order to purely the political swill barrel on the west side. Since the action of the Republicans in supporting the Democratic tickets in the southern states, it makes it more appearent that the old parties are together and are doing every thing in their power to keep the masses down and prevent any reform in the financial system of the country. It becomes more eyideut that the voters should iiue up and down the Wall street tools. As will be seen iu another column, the Republicans in Kansas threw rot ton eggs at Congressman Otis, Peo ple's party speaker, one day last week. The ''honors" are even between the Democrats and Republicans. Shame on such parties, who have no princi ples and must throw rotton eggs when pinned down to facts. Shame on lat ter day Democracy and Utpublicau Um. The Lancaster Excelsior gave the Democratic meeting held at Kilwin ning, week before last, a big write up, but failed to say anything about the drunken fights that occurred at tbe time. It was a question of too much platform. Then the Excelsior failed to stale that a large part of the crowd was brought from Lan caster and Downing. The Republicans, by importing speakers of national reputation, hope to aid the Democrats enough to carry this county at lhs election next month. Their object is appearent to almost everybody art! the scheme will not work. Look at the Democratic rotten egg throwing in Georgia, and the Re publican rotten egg throwing in Kansas. Stand by jour color", Peo ple's party voters, and down the com mon enemy. Stand by the only principles before the voters the Omaha platform. -e- Rotteu egg Democracy and Rcpuli-licanism. Party Representatives. Voters stop for & few minutes in vestigation, and, compare the leaders of the two old parties. On one side yott see lawyers, hank presidents and corporation stock holders arrayed agninst the industries of the masses, laboring with all their might and main again give '.hose unprincipled demogogues another "chance" to show their hogish greed for securing control of the laboring classes of this country. While thus defending the rights of the plutocrats they are being carefully cared for and all expenses paid. They an; not allowed to lxse any time, but are made "whole" as it were, by a stave from one of the barrels rolled out from the headquarters of the Demo Re publican party Wall street. After election time has gone, you will see tit,.... oil tA.iiintr tlii.il wliit-t t.i ....... .... v-... tJ i in trying to receive recognition from ! I... i I...'" fti,. ,... ... !.... 1 l"c I"""1" w- v" side you see defending the principles ! of the People's part, laboring men, ! - " ' who are not endowed witil the powers j r Of eleqliailt oratory, but who have in- oniee system, iieing a necessity xor nil! trans telligence t llOUgh to see that the ! mission or news, t bcmltl be opined and opcra . ted by the government in the interest or tiie masses are oeing tippresseu dv me corporate power of this country and have the patriatism and bravery to siii dup ami proclaim to their fellow citizens the wrongs that are being imposed upon them. In connection with the above facts, regarding the old party, look ovct the subsidzec' press of litis country and see the number of 2x4, narrow con tracted sheets edited in the U. S., who are proclaiming prosperi ty to the voters of this country. When you see such papers and men going over the country proclaiming in such elo quent tones your prosperity, just re quest them to step down from their high perch and accompany yo.i into the homes of the laboring classes of our cities, and over tiie mortgaged farms of our country, and then, see if the blash -jf shume overspred tliir countenances. Tha beastly greed for the filthy lucre of this eurtli has so hardened their hearts that the plead ings of millions of wretched slaves for redress cannot reach them. Voters. .ire you still going to encourage such robery in our midst? Are you going to encourage the downfall of our Re public ny Keeping tne tl. o. .p s. in power. abe. KANSAS REPUBLICANS. They Outdo Georgia Democrats Every Time Congressman Otis was engaged at Prineetown. Franklin county, hist Thursday evening. We say shame on Kansas Republicans who will stoop to such tricks. Now, you g. o. p. fellows who !iavc wept so over the Weaver episode iti Georgia and claimed that Kansas would not allow such a trick, what are you going to do about this? Why simply say it is "standing up for Kansas." Talk about the good Maine, of the state. Hah! Free speech and free tongue must be silanced by stale eggs. Arn't jon desperate? You trumped up charges- to arrest our chairman, egg our meuvbers of con gress and this in Kansas, the great state where the fight began. '-Stand up for Kansas" and answer argu ments with eggs. Bah! you make decent me.l'sick. Journal. -Kinghain, Kausas, John J. Iugalls, in a speech on the silver bill, arter his defeat two years ago said 'The movement was an earnest, patriotic effort of the people to better their condition. The men who are representing the people h id letter do something for the people's interest. If they do not they are liable to be leplaced by men who will. It is a peaceful revolution that may termin ate in a ci'tastfophe. To my mind the trouble dates b-ick to '73. and the tltinoniliza'ioii of silver. This gov ernment has been run by men of all nationalities and no nationality; bv men who had no principle but the spoliation of the human race." While the farmer's alliance and every lalior organization iu this coun try, composed of white or colored peo ple, were righting the "force bill" sol idly and heroically, Mr. Cleveland was as dumb as an oyster, but when they were aiding the Demacrats with ail their power to secure the free coinage of silver and were on the etc of t-e-curing it, Mr. Cleveland wrote letters and used all the influence at his com mand to defeat it, and succeeded through the cowardice of Dcinocr-.ts in Congress. Southern Mercury. A man ought not to get drunk un der any circumstances, but if he does get drunk he has no right while in thai condition to intrude himself up ou women and children. This is a free country. If Col. Hatch wants to get drunk be certninly has the right to do so, but when he comes to our fair and gets drunk aud then makes a public exhibitation of himself be car ries it too far. Jf you have any re spect for your wives ami daughters, rebuke this man at the polls. Marion County Herald, (Dem.) It is amusing to see the Democrat ic Louisville Courier Journal helping to prove true Secretary Foster's lie, that there are $24.60 per capita of m ney in circulation. Cincinnati Herald. The Platform. FINANCE. First We demand aiatlonnl'currency. safe, sound and flexible, issued liy the jrcnornl fov" eminent only, a fu!i;ierid,iciiIer f rail debts' public mid private; and that without tl.'e.usc of banking corporations, a just,cUitii!le and efficient means of distrilution."direet to the people at a tax not to exceed 3 per cent, hepio vided.as set foi-rth InTtlie sub-treasury plan of the Farmers' Alliance, or some better system ; also, by payments in discharge of its obliga tions for public improvements. Wedemund the free and unlimited coinage of silver. We demand that the amount of circuln'.ing 111-111 i in tnrsii-i-uiij iiiui t;ni u iu u.n icc-o until j .m jm t eupita. We demand a graduated Income tax. We believe thtt the tnonev of the country should be kept us much us possible in the bunds of the people, Htid hence we demand tdl natlomil and state revenues shall In- limited to tin; necessary expenses of the government, economically and honerdly administered. Wo demand Hint postal savings banks be es tablished by the government for the sale de posit of the earnings of the people and to facilitate exchange. LAND. Second- The bind tml-.nliinr all trie natural resources of wealth Is the herlt- ire .if ell Oie people and should not be monopolized ior speculative purposes mid alien ownership of bind should be prohibited. All land now held by railroads and oilier corporations In execs nj,ecuiative purposes nnd alien owne K&fe of their Hciunf needs anil ell lands mm- outlet by aliens should be reclaimed bv tli. govern- I",'" tt"l t'k ""ii!7uTTTVoN ""lv' ,Ttdrd-Trauspi.i lation being a means of ex- c.ianire and a ptibiieneeessit v, t he govern men t should own and .-rate the railroads in the Interests of the neoole. T,,,! telegraph and telephone, like the post- people To Gonsumptives. The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means, alter suffering lor several veins a a severe iuiigtretlon.uiiil that dt end disease '01.911 nipt ion, is anxious to make known to his'icUou ..uili rcrs t lie iie::is of cure. To ttiose who desire it. he will chee-- 1 ully send 1 tree ot cliurtie: a eopv of the pie j scription used, which the-,- wiil find a sure! care lorfotisuiiiittioii. Asthma. t'uTiirrh.liron- chitis uud ail thro: ! nun lung Maladies. !!e hopes sll sufferers will try his remedy, as it Is bivrtluaiile. Those ileirii!'j the prescritu ion. which will cost tlietn tiit!iin'j-, and may pr -vt a blessing, will please addi ess. Rev. E:wAiti A. Wilson llrm klin.NcwYoik ', Trustee's Sale. WllKIIE.ts. Waillic" li. lilnek and T.ucv A. Rlack by their eettain J'ruM lced. diited July anil, A. i. l-.U, and recorded ill Vol. :! at page i:i!i. of Deed and Mortgage Records of Scotland county. Missouri, conveyed to the undersigned as Trustee, the loilowitur di-sci ib- ed real estate situated iu Scotland county,! Missouri, to-uit: I lie east ta.lt i'.i : :li-north-.vest ipiarter ujr.l ami tne ieii-tli'et tourih t ',t i nt the ni.i tii"as: ipiartei- .r.i ot i section sixteen i ItJ , township sixiy-fiyc dSi, ; north of ruu-.--e(U'i west ef tilth (."n Principal I Meridian: also, i.t lour 4 and souiii ii.iil '. lot Ilin-i- !..h:i !;Wi.-.v SIX t'.H ot cell S secCil.l ("li addition to tre huvu ol' M.'iitphis, Mo. The wiiic'i eonveynnee was hi H-.isl tor the Ii:irpos;ot .-i ejri'i-1 ii" payment ol em j-ii:i--li.uil note and ten , l ti inteicst cuptin 110:1 s. tl:eri'iu .ieserilii -l; and Wmkiikxs. It is provjiii'd in said Trust Deed, that it delimit bo mtule ill the ptivaient ot said priucii.:i! or of said interest notes when due, lie-n the emire uinount of s:tii pliucipal and Interest may be i-e:i-i.li re. as due uud collectable at the oititin or tin.' Ivgai hoiuer ' lliiTKil an-i tins l'ru-1 Ueed foreclosed: and itK:i..s. weiauir has lieen made i'i Sue payment of t wo ot .-aid coui-on inlercs! uoli.-s. aud same are long pat iu auti unpaid: ;:uu Uiif.ukas. It is also provided in sal t Tr-.'st Deed tiuit ii delault be mi.de in the p:-yi;ietit of the in I crest v h n uue on certain pri.ir mortvui s lui saiu i-.-al estate. 1 tiie . nlife amount of pinciiial an-i inierest. secui-eil by this trust ieiti. may be entisbhr'd .lue and eiilli-elaiilc at the option of the holder: tiitd 'V hk it las. rieiauli ie.s bfen :.:aib- on tl:.1 iUt.-i-esi mi said prior iiiorigaires, uud mens fore ue holder and o.i u:':- ol i:ie nuie her -i i .ecu red have eiected to i-i.iisi.u r t he sni 1 pi i i e;id and interest uceiuie.i as doe and eulb ct 4jlie: now 'J'aeee.ore, i, the un icrsigiif ! Trustee, at the roijucst of the holder mid iei:ii owner i! sid note, uul i i aecortiauce witutiicti rm-ol sain trust Del. will on Saturday, the I:liii day of November. A. i. lS'.-'. between the .Uours of 'J a. ij and p. M. of that day. ot's i sai prop-Tty. heroin before ncscrilii-u, tor sab" isui.jeet In all prior liens and eneutiu ran eesi tit the south trout door of the ourt House iu the city of Memphis, in said county of Scotland and -tu e ol M;ss,ini. fiai.l sale to be at Public Auction t.) the hiy iicsl Iiid.I-r tor cash in hau l, for the pur pose of .saii-i iui; said dent :.:nl c ss. E. it. KAIM'I.EI'i'. i'rust-.-e. Memphis, Mo.. October lh. A. 1. S;.i 13 '.Vest Sihe of 1'rni.ic Syr aim:, Paid in Capita!, $50,000. Surplus, $16,000. 'Office Horns fiiom 0 a. m. to 1 v. m. J. V.. IWKIUSH, President. C. R. C;Mi:: Vlce-l'resid' lit. N. V. LESLIE, fusilier. MILO COWAN. Assistant fushitr. Dili! ( Tims II. i. Ililil , J. Moore, J. ,T. Townsend. it M. Thomson..!. E. Finish, f . If. Cosnhs. J. D. Skidniore, F. J. Miller. II. II Fujriite, Cliu... Kolker, A. II. Fitkin. T. II. VVnsrner N. V. Leslie. The CHEAPEST PLACE TO SECURE GOOD JOB PRIMING ! i IS .ZLT THE FARMERS' UNION Office. HiJNRY T. GOX, Attorney atlyaw and NOTARY PUBLIC, Collections attended to promptly. Imns made on Heal KsMte. oiliee with J.'D. Smoot, over Citizens' Hank. Act on a new vrlncipl ectilt9 th! Uvor, sioniai-ii and botrela throvcX ti nftvrt. Dr- SIiijm' Fnxs tpudily cure tuiousneEj, torpid lifer Itsd cocstipt tion. fraalleet, iniWHt, enreatl &0toaa,25cUi. fiitnples free at dru.'i-ifta. Br-21ks9ci.fe.,rjU4rt,!. aerling ytir BRA" I Anklied corrucat I EuTLCCTKu SAtET7 LASiP. Can be sold in erery family. Girri more liptht than thnseonlitmrrlamr". tiro thirty flrnifm- nc ivt ini be ronvlnced. We maiiutar.tur. a 'arRe line ct LkitiM:uvUl urtKl.. sud for frc. 'i IHI6U.ISU ir.--.iiard FoHsHtt UcMAKiN79iBCil)atti,C. For Drotmr. Dr. Xitm New Ilea,- Can. Free Bottle Dr. MUea' Xomae tt Dntcsiatg. Conrnlslons cured liy Dr. Miles' NerrlB Citizen s 4 -M I 'Jill JJUUi TIME AMD EXPERIENCE HAVE SHOWN THAT - PRICKLY B'TTERS Above all other rronedleB. isi uest adapted to tins climate. . v ..... ' r. It is especially effective ia pimnrwG the blood auo I COUfJTEltACTIXG MALARIA. X IT WILL CURE y K All complaints arising from a f eTSIljs.)rdcretl condition of the . ri Liver, the Stomach, tbo KM- IS Jsplsneys anl tbo Howe!.;; lyR-p tion, Indigestion, Pick JIvud- ache, Bilious CoiiiphiintK.lfeji etc., r-tc, yield rajnilly to its f vuowiib i.i ii uexn e.. f tfi n tones up tlio t-vstpm ar.u restorps perfect health, in purely vezetable in comoni- ?! FOR SALE. PRICKLY ASH EiHEOS CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'liiiEiii'liiiiiiitiiiimg I ROYAL I iSEHIIiG t3ACHinE siiii:i!iii:ii:i:i;i:i:i:i!ii!i!:i;iiiiitMilililii:i!iii:i;iiiii: WARRANTED 5 YEARS -ii.;,,, ret imemvi 1 1 1 1 i: r"11" 'II'I ''!' I IMU'L liIIIM I I U t ll .g "I tln A I.arcrs II I eh Arm. Has A S8lfetting Neetllo. Z H m a Self-threading Shuttle. T Has No Equal iu Coust rurlion. S IIa a Mccb an ira I A piK-arance. lias an Klrermit I-lnisb. 2 Has a Perfect Adjustment. lias a 1'cMittirc. Tuke-up. 2 2 Haa Stylish Fnrnttnrn. Da More 4iuil Scwimj Qnalltles and 2, does a tirger itange of Cirneral Work than any Sewing Machine iu tbe World. S 3 Exatn'r.e THE ROYAL for paints of UMlVni-e find vn Uiiil S baynootr.er. I ROYAL S. U. G3 Rockfsrd. II!. i h iiii 11 1 1 : 1 1 t:tt 1 1 1 tiit n in rri r Howard Childcrs' 3 uou nna pleasant lo tlio iaste. fifoa If you have not tried it,;62l TRY IT Hi)V I all iitUG-!t?J OlijTS HAVE IT FOB BALE. a is: t , IT r V 3t Livery, Feed and SalcUT9 '?H:r J ' ! Building September ll'. Js'eJ. Send Mj-.Telif? .i.)!i.t;,i s.-.v.njnos ,;o (;tiog First-CIass Teams ALWAYS Furoisbed. If"The.v leive fitted tVi" Collins Implement l!:irn into 11 First -t "lass Livery StuMe end an; now reinred to feed ;nrses. A share of the farmers' triule is solicited. Give him a call. V ANTED. A ltKT'UKSKVrATlVK Foil ot ll KAMILV i'KKAsritV. the irreat- esl tiook ever olfered lo the Mil)ie. A t'illMSTMAS I'HKSBNT for both old and younjr. tlnr i-ii-.inim svst.-ni. which vi ns In sr114inr this creat work, eitaliles eiteh pureliaser to lift fhe hook KUF.K. so eeiyone jiiielias;s. W per cent pnid to arr-nTs. For his llrst week's -.vork one leronf s profit js?l('.s(ni. AnoiiierlWiKi Al, HY has just clean'd If 1-0 t for rter lirst week's worjt. Writ.; for piirtienlnrs. and if y.m etui lieirfa at onee send $1 !' for outfit. V.'e jrive you ex clusive territory, and pny Inrm- eominissions on the sides of suli-iients. Wiiie at onee for the Hirenev for your enmity. Address all communications to HAND. JU XALLY CO.. ChicHiro, III. J. N- Mullen, Carpenter and Builder, Mt mphis, Mo. E: timatcs furnis'ii d on all clusses of car penter v.-ork. l.ep:Munir of Kiirtdtiire a spec ially. Kmpiire at tiie Hikiti hioek, northeast corner of the square. Iiij ans Tabi-ks cure hives. li)iiiis T.ibult-s cure sci-.ifula. IiN pans Tabuios ate of great value. Kipans T.abi les t ure dyspepsia. 1,'ijiiui ; Ta' lilies bani.-h pain. Hipms Tabu!t s have come to stay. Kipans T.ibuVs : for bad temper. Kipans Tabides cure colic. K pars Tabities cure flatulence. I'ians Tubules nvo. always ready. Ki ais Tabu'es : for t ri i l liver. Kipans Tabulrs cu:e dizzinr-ss. TOUCH Soft Hats in 10 style, war- tT. ranted to give perfect satisfaction, frice, $2.30. LEATHER our CORONET Stiff Hat is a world beater for $2.50. Failing to find thorn with your dealers, we win, for pur pose of lntrodneiTi?. ship direct by express, rhnnje prepnid, on receipt of priee. Fashion Plate free. HART A DUFF HAT CO., 8t fcouii. Laundry Queen Bestin the World! SEAMAN BROS., STs.f Xorlliwest Corner Sqnare, 3Icmpuis, Mo. Memphis Roller Mills. W"-iLlJiTXz:X) I FERN LEAr' FLlt"H IS MADE t'KUM it Hill It is warranted e-UHl to the best foreign trticlean.l sold for !. price, tiive it a fair rial and be coin ince.l. P. OlhlK,, MKMPIH:-, yjt M i i otlana County Wheat I i Business College Memphis, Mo. Ol. Oi n 4.-. i JJI1 art::'::" j ViiotiMnei'eiiii, Penmanship, te nog rap hie. k NoniKil, iClcctric and Musical. for annual Calalocue. H, E. SISTER. President and Manager. McDanieTs Meat Market. WtilterK. Mc Daniel has purchased the Meal I Market ol Tlionias Tully add will continue I the l)U:dness, two doors south of the Memphis j House. A stock of host ipni.'ity of liei'f, pork, i mutton and smoked r.ieats constantly on ' Vour patronajre is solielt.il. Henry Courtney, asd South of S. E. Corner Square, Ml. Men is. Mo. Watches and clocks rcpidrrd on short 110 iee. All kinds of Jewelry neatly nietidcd and iliivoi k varranted. A lull stock of Watclics, Clocks and Jewelry iiistiiutly on hand at reasonable priiM-s. A ilieral share of the pulio'e. patroinsre is so cited. Oive him aculi tieiorw V 'vintr. 3onnellys Bus Iyine. Memphis, Mo. Parties wishinp eoiiveytitiee to any pnrt of the city, or to and from trains, should leave orders at the Memphis House for this litis Lino. Frank Connelly, Proprietor. Nervous Debility. A jrentleman hnvlne h"en cured of Nervous Prostration, Seminal Weakness. Prc;naM:re : Dceav. and all the evil erlecfs of early inBs- 1 cretlon and youthful i'olly.isttnxlosis to iiitrVe i known to others the simple method of SELF , CCKE To those who wish, and will Hive him 1 their symptoms, he will send (free) liy return mail, a copy of tbe tecie so successfully used in his case. ' Address, in cnnfMonee .1 AHT. W. riKKNET. 4? Cedar Street, Xew York. Syl toves, 4 AND TINWARE Of BEN MORRIS. He kkkps tiik IJkst Cnnuts at the Kowkst Price. Hi: kkftstih Finest Link of Stoves and Ran;es now made, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, BARB WIRE N1 KVKRVTIIIMi I SI A1.I.V KEPT IX A Fl'.lST-Ol.ASS (IaRDWA ItE STOKE CAS UK FOCND Til EKE. YolU 1'ATItONAtiE SOLICITED. BEN MORRIS, South Side Square. A $3 Magazine for $1. Tue Postmaster G -n -ral writes to the editor of AltTlira's Xf.W UoaB MAfiAiNK of I'iiiladelphia: "As vour magazine iiets thicker it nets hn-di- tt r. I f.iigraidat; you on doing what ''" copies at i lie price others charge for one it is half the price of other no better magazines." Ti.is was .vritten when the price was $1.50, but the circulation has ormv;l s: jo that wc can r.fford to make it $1.00. and have made it larger and cet' : the smiie time. It has long be t!,;.! it was -the best magazine in the English laisgti-ige for the it..;- : ." pp j it is better to-day than evcr. F.VEKY SVHl;;U.:i :1.TS $:1.H) WORTH OF McCALts dl.OVE FlTTINd Pattehns FUK!'.. 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Tbe-- Is ro ep ora'.ion, no drri o up or burning. rnce ro shrlnKage cr loss ol wel lit, an J til the flavor rd m:tr.l out qualitin ol the I od are re ainei. Tough meals are mide tendr.anda-yrt cle roasted or Baked will be sweelsr, healthier and more dioesuble. Put the bod i a the roatlrr. place the rcatter In a well healed otsn; the roat.cr will do the conking. It requires no at tention. Can only be bought Iron dealer, the trade supplied l y: KATTHAI, INGRAM & CO., ISO HANOVER ST., BALTIMORE, NO. 64 RKAOK ST., NEW YORK. 1 HAVE Perfect TONE, ACTION, FRAME VVORK, AND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 5 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. TheCornettPianoCo.SToalt! i! i iflrv $t m Stt2i UMi MtSmk. mfMiMimsAmm Mir 7 r-TM.h ...V no one else has done in Duttinont and Simii Sts . Pnii,ATiEi.rin., Pa. ii .i i he F.nMr:s' I'xihn p s.o u J 1 ye.ir for f 1 75. ROW! NO AGENT. FOR CASH OR ON TIES. BOSTON ChestWejcht FOR YOUR HOME. BmA Blama for Illumu4 Prie. Ust. Tbe Scbisaacbsr Gyoasisa Co. -x fx .in our i.vii Irortt tti Horlrl turn tow price (bis year IMPORTED PLUSH JILSUM, l.00 I'izin1;. Emhond cl'l"d .Mrs, Bll d. eatea sion riacp, fauldinit nearly tiity Cidio-t and ard Dirtnrn. Sect for l (rn.ile fur ti.iu. Ket- withaiandinc the tariff ca ioisorua albnms is I frnm U to 3S pr cent, tbnre will n.it beany 1 f nnreane in cur I warn firicva tun fmr. Onrnew lina nf Nrlv- rfiM.i:Nna Pa.t.t.tfc Filt BtatM contalnlnc old ani new version., ara what the people Waal. JUf Er.iLE cooxs.: Afwatii from now until thriatmAS. Segd 2-oania for nnriHln; bunk. lUuatratvd rirenlara rant for aV .f rnir ft e-1 iuk noodt. DOXT BKUV, , fCSSHEE k McUAKIN, Impurut. Clncinatf n. i Si5 i !1 Sill I J ca SJ v x H if r ii til 1 iM JiiJ rr mm W