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rJbLfci SBiMiilA WJS1SKL1 MAT 21- 1889. Twenty thousand prohibitionists of New York state have petitioned the legislature to declare cider an intoxi cating beverage. By the way, is it less thoroughly qualified. Mr. Brice is bright, capable and energetic in his MEN AND WOMEN. , ... . i - , r i i It is said that Benjamin F. But- legitimate business, but be has abso- ler never drinks malt liquors. Porter lutely no capacity for political leader- is t00 strong far him. nnvwnv not strange how well acquainted the &hip The mosfc serious ob- d t There are those whft aa tllt P prohibitionists of the country seem to Mr- Bric9 is the fact that he is identi. m. G. following John Wanamaker's be with the ultimate effects of cider. ge(j witj1 raijroa(j corporations. name means Perceive My Goodness. TTrAraann -Ratf i,QQ ir, Fn man lioiiM hp A f. the hpflrlnf the Allen Thorndike Rice, minister ; T . n -i ,.1 i -iLj 4.- i -it u to Russia, will leave for his post this it out that she 13 fond of bread and democratic national committee who is k W prp - eflnlnrlv butter. There is no reason why she associated with corporate monopolies travelled gentleman and he will be at should not enjoy that fondness when and who is not in complete accord home m bt. Petersburg. it is said that her income from the with all the great principles of the Robert Blaine, brother of Secre- play, Little Lord Fauntleroy alone party, tary Blaine wants to be recorder of , bnng3 her in over $100. per month. The sudden desceDt of hofc weather Dont make an7 bets aaiust bis . RHEUMATISM 1 NEURALGIA The people of Sedalia are waiting last week brought to many persons of tainment of the place. ris tip vnimor "rAnnhlinan Nanoleon" and the appetite" that J O 1 ' The Paris newspapers have ! crnrlr q hvnVion infr tlin rtomn rr tkn is, no appetite to . "w """A; relict of the Knights of Labor. The speak of. The listless and discour- itMn Whitelaw-Reid. " That seems Bazoo would respectfully suggest that aged manner in which the menus to them to be English, you know. the duel take place on the court house were handled at the hotels ana the Senator Quay will vote in favor square and that eggs of uncertain untasted food at the home table be- of the Pennsylvania Prohibitory XT 1 i .i. brand be the weapons. spofce tne JacK ot a desire and relish ttmcu.UUiCUl ew regarua me without sainr These twin diseases cause untold suffering. Doctors admit that they are difficult to cure- so do their patients. Palne's Celery Compound has per manently cured the worst cases or rheumatism and neuralgia so say those who have used lc " Having- been troubled with rheumatism at the knee and foot for live years, I was almost unable to get around, and was very often confined to my bed for weeks at a time. I used only one bot tle of Palne's Celery Com pound, and was perfectly cured. I can now Jump around, and feel as lively as a boy." Frank Cakoli, Eureka. Nevada. SLO0. Six for 5.00. Druggists. Mammoth testimonial paper free. Wixi.RicnA!tisoK&Co.,Prop3.,Burllngton,Vt FOR SALE. NO USETO OWNER. 'Palne's Celery Comnoumt hn wn an. send to me. For the past two years I have suf fered with neuralgia of the heart, doctor after doctorralllngtocure me. I have now taken neartyfour bottles of the Compound, and am free from the complaint. I feel very erateful to you." Chas. IL Lewis, Central village, CC Paine's Celery Compound "I have been greatly afflicted with acute rheumatism, and could find no relief until I used Palne's Celery Compound. After uslncr six bottles of this medicine I am now cured ol rheumatic troubles." Samuel IIutchtnson, So. Cornish. N. H. Effects Lasting Cures. Palne's Celery Comnound has nerformed mnnxr other cures as marvelous as these, copies of letters sent to any address. Pleasant to take, docs not disturb, but aids dler&stlon. and pntlrp. ly vegetable; a child can take it. What's the use of suffering longer with rheumatism or neuralgia? The Sedafo Posfcffice Again A dispatch has just been received tendering the Po3toffice to. PHILIP III THE SECOND STREET DIAMOND DYES nJLir JlJ!!i,lBn'?!tlcr I RABIFuaulLactaUdFoodnhyi th any oUicr Dyes. Brio Icq Happy, Hearty. Jl is Unequalea cnnA v;i, n nB f n J question "as one of morals and not of mi ltfiiii iiu :ii i.tJiiirr hi nn r Ai:r.u i iirr i . . The Bazoo to-day reproduces the , . politics. It goes original article entir; from the Wa8h- . Vlgr,U3 Y regards a question of poli- . ( . . . , f I J O " " -. . - " - 1 U1M UU Ui UIO t uo" "" 1 1, once and with a rush. Man is almost -To the Queen of Italy belongs been telegraphed Wes regarding Jno. the only iatenigent animal that eat3 tie credit of re-establishing the manu- U-Jaynesandtue ceiehra tea mter- when he is not well or not hunarVi or facture of Buraoo lace. The iudus view. The "daring rescue business ... , . - ; try had almost wholly died out. The at Newport last summer, in all prob- ... ,. . J c , . VJueea tound an old woman who 1 ! nipt flppnrrtinir rn tno QPPcnnc ann mil iL. . .t i t - i abilitv is a rank myth but it is pub- . v e suica ana naa ner leacn a , , , . . ' , his needs. A srreat deal lighter diet number of Younger women. . The re- aud even a nearer approach to suit is that Burano lace has again be- I r i . . i lished for what it is worth. The recent seasonable and generous fasting will help rather than come a source of large revenue to the ii L ...I - u . . i i i . people of Burano. rams an wall a: tha tiniP fit thPir V1C1- nurr mncf Tanr I a Tflin hnirnlnnr -! it oi . t. r, 7 . ii v r At i . i oince the reibction of Abram S. tations, ofier additional arguments cal labor to perform, as the hot weath- Hewitt by the common people of ew asamst piaumg iuu utuuu icimutc ujj- er comes on. Men wno are sensible xorK that worthy gentleman has on weather signs and predictions, enough to let their furnace fires go out thrown himself bodily into the arms Time out of mind, beyond which the when the mercury climbs above the of the British aristocracy. When last .,ri, rtf rt t- i . . . heard from he was at Blenheiu, the memory of man runneth not to the seventies go right on putting into their guest of the Duke of Marlb k contrary, a fair Easter bunday has stomachs fuel which is rich in carbon. It is said that he contemplates pur been indisputable proof of seven sue- Natures suggestion is to adapt the food chasing an estate in Euglaud and es ceeding Sundays without rain. Like to the climate. The great variety of Wishing a shooting-box. the predictions of the ground hog, of fresh fruits, berries and vegetables in The fact that Secretary Blaine the muskrat, and of the goose-bone, our market, and the regular and cheap tiiLJ it has probably proved fallacious a SUpply of eggs, milk and grain-foods, junketing trips down the Potomac is hundred times before, but the weath- give a wide choice of diet which will suggestive. It either means that they er prophets still insist upon its infalli- be at once grateful and sufficiently nu- Nike to he m the same boat, or that bihtv. hrUmnCtrt tJ,fl onn mr iur. narnson aoes not use to leave ------ w u w viuwv ijuuuul iiui aut! 1-7 j - , . . . . me aumiuisirauon witmn me rescu 01 The New York World presented hen furnace fires are needless it is a Blaine's grip while he himself sails the its reaaers last ounaav witn tne ouuu tv OWttluo tuc sea. Mrs. Howell, of Albany, N. Y., addressed the lower bouse of the Con names of some of the men who have stomach. made enormous fortunes in the last The best medical writers claim r,t:-., i r x .1 . few vears by the publication of story that the successful remedy for nasal ca- "- '" 01 me papers. Chief amomr thee is Kobert taFrh Pust be non.imUti5R easy of ap. n1 amendment One - niication. and one that will hv ttc nwn point made by her was greeted with Bonner, who is worth over three mil. action, reach all the remote sores and ul- warm applause. She said : 4lA gen- lion dollars ; James Elverson, of grated surfaces. The history of the ef- tlemau in New York told me that we Philadelphia, who is worth five mil- tfrs &&5Sl' -Is and ought not to lions- Street and Smith of New remed7 has completely met these condi-? Ufluer " i"uence 01 coutami- lork, wno are worth two million; safe and pleasant remedy has mastered ever so sorely needed in New York George Munroe, who is reported to be cata"h as nothing else has ever done, and politics as at present ?" uuiu imvMtiaus uuu pauenis ireeiy con- -n 4v 1 , . n cede this fact. The more distressing L During the last twenty-five years ueen victoria has capture; 44 agricultural prizes with stock from stranger than fiction, truth is, yet interest in cattle shows and is ato.cl fiction brings in far more shekles to Three saloons opened lasteek Judge of Shorthorns and Jerseys, At FREE PICTURE. THE CREIT WESTEUM WEEKLY. The St, Louis Republic Ten to Twelve Pages Every Week A maornificent copy of Munkacsy's marvellous paintings, 'Christ Before Pilate" or "Christ on Calvary" will be given with every subscription. THE EEPUBLIC a year and a copy of either picture free for Si, or both pictures and the paper a year for 1.25. No paper is so valuable for the country merchant and farmer as its enormous circulation, just turning the point of One Hundred Thousand, attests. It will run close to Two Hundred Thou sand before 1890. Now is the time to join the boom. Bememuer, you get a free picture and not less than 520 Pages of Reading for $1.00. Xlie Ficttxre -AJone Retails for $l.QO. worth two million. It would seem after all that we are a nation of story symptoms quickly yield to it. readers and no matter how much POX the newspaper proprietor than truth, in Cameron. Spring chickens arc quoted ot 25 cents at Carrollton. The "deestrict skule" is about to be let loose in Pleasant Hill. The Globe-Democrat this morning contained two accounts of child beat- jng. une or a lather in &t. JLouis, who beat his daughter until the blood streamed from cuts on her face and her nose was almost broken, another of a physician, a certain Dr. Fuell, who resides in Montrose county but who was tried in Clinton yesterday for brutaly whipping a little adopted boy. It was shown in the evidence that the physician had mistreated the boy un til he ran off and went to Clinton and there was found by the physician who drove in his buggy twelve miles to his home with the boy walking, he was then unmercifully whipped, In the former case the brutal father was sent to jail for six months and the latter, the no less brutal physician, was fined $40. and costs. The Bazoo has al ways advocated the whippiug post'for women and child beaters and it be lieves in addition to the punishment given to the above scoundrels, they should have had one hundred lashes with a rawhide. It is understood says the JN"ew York World that Mr. Calvin S. Brice will be placed at the head. of the demo cratic national committee, in the chair left vacant by the death of Ex-Senator Barnum. Mr. Brice, as chairman of the executive committee last year spent $250,000 out of bis own purse in making up the deficits of the cam paign, and the only compensation he has is the knowledge that he is very generally blamed for the defeat of the party. The chairmanship of the national committee is a most impor tant political office. Upon the ca pacity of the man who fills it depends the success or failure of the party. No man ought to be intrusted with such high and responsible duties un- Windsor, on Abergeldie farm and at Osborne she has herds of cattle worthy a royal owner. The park at Osborne is now stocked with a pic turesque herd of West Highland cai t!e. It is stranjre that Victoria, fond The marshal of Carthage has put of cattle as she is. should care but lit- a stop to gambling with dice. tie for horses. She does not even ad- The colored high school ef (Jar- mire a Ju7 hraudy. rollton will graduate six pupils May - Says the Washington corres- 20 pondent of the Baltimore Americau : Bald Knobbery may now be re- "Ex-Secretary of State Bayard is re garded as an extinct iudustry in Mis- ported to be engaged to Miss Mary souri. Willing Ciymer. No formal aunounce- Nine Nevada saloon keepers have ment ot' the engagement has yet been been arrested for selling liquor to mi- made and tne friends of both Mr. nors. Bayard and Miss Ciymer are ex- -Prof.J. D. Wilson has been tremely reticent though the engage elected principal of the Cameron high "enJ 18 i . n Cl!ner ,S school. fo the daughter of the late Dr. Ciymer, -n" . T tt -. f tne navy. She is quite wealthy, l?raUK J. Hamilton, aged 18 nttmnrixr nrl nnmni;Bl,o5 years, has escaped from the Teforni Mis3 CIymer resides with her mother school at JDOonvIlle. : ru: a : iiu a. xihjluj', uiu-iaauiuucu mausiuu uu Missouri is indebted to Clara H street near Sixteenth, adioininer the Graham the charming horsetheif. for residences of Judge Bancroft Davis a good deal or advertising and George Bancroft. Mr. B.-iyard Grant Rector of Bank Branch P71" clse his house on Highland Ter- died from the effect of being shot in race next week. The house and most "Daily, $10 per annum. Tri-Weekly, $4t per annum. Samnl a copies, with full description of picture and premium sheet, sent free to any address. Direct all mail to THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC, ST. LOUIS. IVTO- LIFE AI CUE !! BILL The life and murderous crime of BILL POX. one of the most noted criminals ever m th west, executed at Nevada, Mo., December 28 1883, has been publishd in pamphlet form, il lustrated. The book gives the fall details oJ the trial of Fox for the murder 01 T. W . Howard May 20, 1883, and the confession of his mur der, implicating- thewoman, Mrs, Kose. Price, 10c Address, J. W5 ST GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. SADDLES ! In consequence of which he will sell you a nobby set of HARNESS at 6.00. And everything else at greatly re duced prices, so come around and et a nobby Harness at your own price and let the Postoffice take care of itself. Phillip Hahn, 117 SECOND STREET, DOCTOR CANCERS CURED. JACOBS esK Record, i Mili- Track, 1:37. Sired by Boone. 2:27. bv Younc Andrew Jack son, by iN'on pared, by Long Island Black Hawk, Dam 31 ss St-wert ty Lcxiiiet-n. Boone's Dam Kinffra. by Phelps Harabletonian. '1 Ins urant U rse defeate I a comrjan v of 14 of the be9t Stallions in America, rmres mine aurre- gate vaiueof more than fcloO.COO, at St. Loma. uct. 4 .nu o, Ib6. fctallien ever saowed ag inst such an array cf horses, and but Five ever won corres onding premiums. ine ioiiowmg are some of the oronnums in his Crown ot Successes : Sedalia Fair, Sept. 1SS5, - - Fi st Premium. Higainsville Fair, Sept. 4, 18SG. " " 6, 1887, " " SftlaH:i P ir if? iK7 St. Louis Fair, Oct. 4, 1S37. " St. Louis. Fair, 6, 1SS7, " u Sedalia Fair. Aug 17, 1S33, " " This Ialt rate ws won after havirg been run in to and crippled, to that he could not extend him self, except in the last h If of each miSe, but ha won by trottitgthe finish very fast, against horses that had been campaigned lor years, again proving his wouderfu) eniurance ami un conquerable will. He won Three out of Five heats in 2.37, 2 37 and 237. over a mile track, on that day 10 seconds &low. But for this acci dent he would have trotted in his classe infct. Joseph. ansas Citj- and St. Louis, ss he had shown himself qualified to add furthsr victories tohisgooan me. He waaentered in the Special Stallion race to have betn troth d at the fceclalia Fair, August 16, lSS, and alt'nauu latue, was the only horse ready to an wr the call t f the drum, the others having withdrawn This horses celts aregiauu in cti -u, Size, Symme'ry Substance and Color, aud ate i ighly valued by "breeders and soueht for by buyers. He wi:i make the Season of 1SS9, closing July 11, at my Slab es o" Kentuky Street, opposite Mai ket Square atS23, Cah or Good Note with usual return privilege. To Inpure, $35, S10, of which m st be paid in Cash as forfeit, balance t2i. ia tn months. To mares from a istence, I will furnish pas ture at SI. '0 per month, or Stabling, under my personal supervision, at $2.50 rer week. His book is rapi fly Ailing, i nd those who wish to bleed, &houd app y at once. A Superb Stallion 6y Friendless (2-yars old in May) lor sale. 3-26wl3t the foot with a paper wad. Prof. A. W. Terril of Monroe City died suddenly while out fishing on the bank of North river last week. Saloon license have been issued in Clinton county, where', local optio 1 was adopted by lUUO majority last fall on account of irregularities in the elec tion, E. "Williams, a farmer of 50 years of age, living near Nevada, was mar ried last week to 15-year-old Bettie Baker. It was Williams' fourth mat rimonial venture. While Joseph Lefevre, a 17-year- old farmer boy, was fishing in Pishing river, near Missouri lty, ne was seized with an epileptic fit, and falling into the stream was drowned. A piano tuner is said to be work ing the towns along the Missouri river the river on a raft. He lives with his wife who is a band some woman, in a little cabin on the raft, and claims to have floated all the way from the head of the river in Montana. of its furniture are soon to be sold at public auction. Deafness Can't be Cured by local application, as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deaf- ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus lining of the Eustaching Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube re stored to ite normal condition, hear ing will be destroyed forever ; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucus surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Jl-Sold by Druggists, 75c. The Leading Physician, Surgeon, and Special ists in the West. 1113 and 1115 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. The only Reliable Diip-nsary for ibe Speedy and .-cientiftV Cure of SEMTNAl. WEAKNESS, Los Manhood and Private Diseases in Kan.i-s City Book on sexual disuses of men for Mamp, Illustrated 1 - -JJ I- DR. JACOBS' L i WlULWBr I to? Question Last ou s EBKBb! mm Syphi is Gononhoea, Sexual Weakreis, Nervous Debihtr, Lost Energy, Vitality Pimples, tc, result ing in Iuiiotfncy, Lo?s of Power, unfitting 'or Mrrta2e, society and Business, privately, permanently cured. 4-UsJtwly W. A. McNULTY, W. D. STEELE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. dAwly DRUNKENNESS Or the IiiqnnrIIrtbit, Positively Cared by Aammisicnnc ur. names' Golden tspeciSr It can be given in a Cup r f cotlee or tea withou the knowledge of the person taking it: la abso lutely harmless.and will elTect a permanent and speedr cure, whether the patient is a moderat drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands o drunkards have been made temperance men wh have taken the Golden Specific in their cofle uttnout their knowledge, and to-day believe the quit drinking of their own free will. ITNEVEf FAILS. The system once impregnated with th. Specific, it becomes an ujter impossibility for th liquor appeUte to exist. For sale by Wat.E. BABD, Druggist, 103 West Main street Sedalia Mo. "6ANDEE RUBBER BOOTS WITH DoubieThick Ball. 1 Dr. T. L. Wilson, Ft Scott, Kan. Can cure your cancers witbout tbe Sways Tvcamttof on aid of tbe knife, cure, no pay. or burning. Jso 5-7 v 3 ra H. M. Greshast. j on:? Gresham. W. E. Conner. (Mai Bros, & Conner, Have opened a General Grocerv and Feed Store, at 612 Ohio street. Call and see us. 12-2s&w3tf A I the ball. Tho CANDEE Boots are double thick on the ball, and give DOUBLE WEAR. Most economical Rnbbcr Boot in the market. Lastloncrcr than any other boot ana tne PRICE NO HIGHER. Call and examine the goods. Double "FF'MorWOMFN !jJ?m'?l!ilp?ct!ceffrI!1,t:wJe!irs- increase ' SEDALIA, !. Blood. Weight. Strength, Vfgor.1nure Better Com- 1 Hore nseJ Appetite, plexlon. Unarpa.ved for Scanty or Painful IrreKuIaritltsi. "S. WH1ITIES, ST. iOUis, HQ. FOR sale air VAN WAGNER BROS., MO, UI.Ia Salemen. he west and Choicwst Fruits MfSjilTCil Bit trees. Best terms. Best plan. Best ouc Bf Ull IwU tit, ret:. 30. 3CK3EBY CO., LuuUlu So.