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Mtontv on ft ielnt ballot in tbo Virgin U Legislature, and may lnorcaso It when Ma contested seat cases coma np for settlement. Nbw Yohk held three kings, Iowa threo aces, but they wore nowhoro when Ohio slwwcd up with a flush. In way that are dark and tricks that aro not rain, Ohio was always a littlo peculiar RobeivtA. I'ahnm.r well known clt lien 01 St Louis. haMontcd $25,000 to ihe Methodist Contrnl College at Kayotto Howard county. It Is iimlersto'iii turn a Barnes rrofest-orship wlllde establish Mill tho college. Tue "tariff lor rovonno only" Dem ocrats listened to spcoches IntholrCon irrossional caucus, by half a dozen Con gressmen, iigulnst tho docrlno of their party platform ol 1870 unit ieu, " then calmly re-nomlnatcd that arch pro toctlonlst, SumnclJ. Hnndall, ibr Speak er. Inconsistency, thy namo U verily Democrat. Tho tobacco crop of the United State Is worth annually lets tkan forty min ion dollar to Us producers, and yet our evn government, and tho viuIomh gov ernments of Europe, derlvo an annu al rovcmio of one hundtcd and "Ixty millions alono ironi this single product. ,Io other word-, one single agricultural product yolhls to the government u rov Mtto more than four (linen the amount tbo entire crop puts Into the pockets of thoso who produce it. Califoknia womon can keep a soc ret. Mrs. DolValle is nn example. Twenty ihroo years ago Mrs Blanco gavo $20,000 to Mrs. DclVallc, charging her solomnlyttt keep its posession a secret nntll Mario Dlancojhcn a baby, became 21. Mrs. Manco bad no faith in banks or will", and died satisfied that her daughter would recoiro tho treasuro, which was in tho form of diamonds. Miss Blanco was rccontly married on hor21st birthday, and among tho wedding pres ents wcro tho jewels. Mia. DelVallo had kept tho secret from oven her husband. Tue Democratic journals of New York huvo opened on John Kelly In a fresh uiunnor. Thoy aro trying now to force tho Tammany members into the Democratic caucus for Speaker and President protom of tho Senate, thus depriving them of the balance of powor. Perhaps Mr. Kultcy will consent to be muzzled in this way, but precedent is strongly against such docility on his part. It Is dltlicnlt to see how he can be forced into convention to a caucus. He wn not allowed to go Into the Dem ocratic Convention becauso bo was not "rcjr ilar." Ho is no moro tegular now than ho was ihon. The Tammany members were elected as boltoiv, and as bolters thoy will be very likely to consider thomselves till nltet' the Legis lature Is organized. A Solid South implies, and, in fact, necessitates, under tho sectional polit ical rcgimo a Solid North, and tho main tenance of Mich a stato of thing" means a co ntinuance of tho sectional jealous Jos that have m long been tho leading issues in American politics. There i littlo doubt that tho defost ot the Dem ocratic candidate for President in the last election was as much dun t the fact that all the Southern States were soli. I in 111- favor as to any other cause. Tho people of tho Northern States will never, in this generation bo wll lug to pornut tho South, as a "solid" body, to have a preponderating influence in the nff i Irs of tbo Fuderal Government, aril so long as tho South is united in uny nt tempt to control the Government, and so long as tho South 1 united In any at tempt to control tho Government of tho country it will find opposition In the North Kew Orleans ISmes. (Dew.) Tor TnK Coustv 1'ait.b. SKKPTICI9M. Tho g real rulo of life, uegatlvoly glv en, is, "No man who works good pro portionably to the moasuro of light which ho has, and which is posslblo to him, will bo lost." This law and pre oept Is (jood in all vocations, as well within as without tho church. Upon this basis, is tho Christ!anroligion do- fonded. .Christianity claims and cher ishes evory doctrine of good that skep, ticism oxtols. Blot out evory theught fostered by tho church, and you havo before you the monster in tho real character of Infidelity. The refutation made of obrUtlnn religion is sophistry us a complaint, notation as evidence, falso roa-oii as an advocate, perverted cbrlntiuulty us a jury, and death as a judge. Tho judgment arbitrarily an nounced, is anulhllatlon and chaos. It arrogance Is not unequal to Its cruel Btry; its intolerance, to its proton 'liberalism; its chilling doubt, to its it titiiQi-in Tt rmviirila urn nnnnr. rt i L . . t ftmtyi7VereiJccs light with darkness gives doulnTfor christian inspiration ; it limits immortality by tbo grave; it Inspires ambition with selfishness 5 nil ot its evidences are monuments ol The massive walls ofovery stand sontluol to lu2olity; tho splros of myiIa(fDliuroi.ios to tbo peaceful home of the Without this christian faith doubt prison While .olnt faithful, there Is love, no li Crooerles? If to, ge teMolelneh's Boots and Shoes? Don't buy until you look throigh Melnclch'e Stock. Do you expect to buy Harness and Saddles, all hand work, and or the best Material, at less prices than Shoddy goods are Sold? go to Mclnlneh When you get ready to buy Boots and Shoes, Save 25 per cent, by buy ing of Mclnlnce. Young Man before you Marry you should buy your WEDDING OUTFIT .A.T .A.. .A.. IMI O X 1ST X ZEST CELTS 1,J)00 Fredorick Avenue, St. Joseph, MO. 4,000 meD Immediately to duy their Clothing at Molnlnch's. 4,500 Boys immediately to buy their Clothing at Mclnlnch's. 4,000 Children Immediately to buy their Clothing al Mclnlnch's. 4.7G0 Ladles to purchase our beautitul Light Running New Home Sewing Machine. We can now furnish 500 Ladles with our Handsome Cloaks and Dolmans Wo can furnli.li 200 Misses with our handsomo Cloaks. Wo havo about 80,000 pairs Custom made Boots and .Mines left. Wo can accomni ulaln 1,0' 0 ( tuto miis daily. Wo want to fit up 1,(H)U head of Horses with our nobby (),-n.tnnncd Harness. Goods arriving by the c.ir load and no accumulation in fact if you want anv Goods it will coitidnly pay vo.i to visit us. Wo carry everything In the goods both U'holcsalo and Ketiill. Country merchants will do well to look through our stock the only Jobbing Hmisc in the West that carries a general stock. Call or wrlto for price list. Terms, Cash. A -A- MCININCH- ST JOSEPH 1,900, l,flO!3 1,904 FREDERICK AVENUE. IN THE FIELD! FOR THE FALL OF 1881, WITH STOCK LARGER Till BVBR BEFORE. We are Stlling Dress Goods Cheap. We are Selling Calicoes Cheap. We are selling Muslins Cheap. We are Selling Ginghams Cheap, We are Selling Flannels Cheap, We are Selling Cotton Flannels Cheap. We are Selling Ladies' Cloaks Cheap. In fact wo'aro scllincr all kinds of goods, cheaper than they havo been sold for years. Wo bavo just opened the largest and Unest lino ol Ladles' Cloaks & Dolmans Ever exhibited in Nortnwest Missouri. M. S. Tavis fc Co., Northwest Corner Fourth and Felix Streets. st. Joseph, nvno- nothing i 110 sentiment; no devotion, no happiness, no peace, no prosperity, no life all Is negation. Uvou skepticism Is not with out faith, bocauso It requires a blind faith to bullovo In darkne. s. National liberty Is but the implicit confidence a people, have in tho institutions of gov ernment. Childhood Is unit mod on faith, youth supported and manhood matured. KlHK I.KIT II. THE ABSORBING QUESTION OF V y WIT THE DAY WILL YOU FIND At The CHRE.A.I' TUB OHKAT Uiifaij Steele FOH LwerCoilalflt Hie Symptoms of Liver Complaint n untMliif m mij paltitu tlio utile, sometimes pain In llie shoulder, and U inlstHkeu fur rheu matism ; the stomach I unYrlril with Iom ol appetite huiI tlcknmj : boweli In general, em. tlve, siiniPtlmamlti ruaUn; itli Ux j the head Is troubled with phi, ami ilull lieary ti-ii'atlon ; eomldorahle Iom of memory, with nalnrul sen sation of bavlne left undone sometnhiK which ought to liarn been done ; often couiplulnlnt? of weakliest debility and low spirits. Hnmetlines many of the shore ymptoniH attend the dH onse. and at ottie llinf rery few of them i but the Utit Is Ktuerally the orjt.it uioit Involved. Regulate the Liycr and Preyent DpNpppsIa, Conatlpatlon, JsuMdlrr, lllllon Attacks, t'lillla and le va r, llanditchp. folic, lie prewilnu of Nplrlto, Nonr Ntoiiiutli,. Jlrarlbiiru l'lle. TONIC. ALTERATIVE AND CATHARTIC Bliantons Uver Hegulator, purely viwtalilr. 13 the medicine Kenerallyued in the soulh to aruuie the torpid I.Ivor to healthy action. It acta with cxtruo rill nary puwrrnuil vOlcHcr on tbo I.lver autl Uldueya. Th actlmi of the lte(!tilator is free from nausea, or i!rlhi)r. U Is most elfectlve In .startliiK the necretliins of the Uver, causing the lilletiiaetasealhartlc. When there Is an ex cess of bile In the stomach, the lteuulator Is nil aetlvo puree i aftir the removal of tho bile It will regulate the bowels mid Impart vlL'orand health to the whole system. See that you net the (lenulne In White Wrap per, with rd "iS" prepared only by J. H. ZEItIN &: CO. t3T Hold by all Druwdsts Clothing House ofi KAHN & CO, JAMES HALEY, FOREST CITY, MO, Is prepared to do all kiuds of Blacksmithlng, Wagon Work, Boiler Repairing Sheet Iron Work, Plow Repairing Horse Shoeing. I havo made n specialty of Horse shoo ing and diseases ol the FEET OF HORSES or a number of years, and I claim to Know now to slioc a lion-o or mule. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Grand Avenue, Forest City nit item, is the eMi.-1 V lIF When one tells n I to do a tbiuir let not I ( 11 Wo will toll you kind lends. You will ilnd thertho frra&dest stock of .t.it.j Oxr. ........... A .....11 I t a .....ft r uiviwtiiat J. HUH OUIUUIOU dlUUIV Ul lllltl ho Unest lltt I of Hoys' and Children's Clothing: West of tho Men's, Youths' Boys' and Chll AH Wool Suits. Tho Unest Hill of Hoys' and Children's Olothinrr West Mississippi Uiver. Tho Grandest st ,ck of All Wool Underwear, Scarlet Flan nel, etc., Kvery varioty of lo and Fancy Shirta, Hats, Caps and Gloves. We defy any one to show us a fi.ler lino ot goods and at cheaper figures. Cor. 3d & Ffllx Street, ST. JOSEPH, MO. KAHlsr& SCHLOSS, 419, Felix Str., ST. JOSEPH, MO. CREAT CI OING OUT SALE OF BOOTand SHOES Manufacturers Cost As our Stock Includes all of tho leading manufacturers known to tho trade It Hand and Machine Sewed Boots and Shoes. This is a rare opportunity to buy flrsl-class goods at actual Manufacturer's Cost. FOE CASH OJSTXjlZr. IflTEH-OcEJHi StfOE Stoue, 323 FELIX STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MO. MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. This random built and entorprUInc Hallway, extenilliiR twin tlir isrrut State of Kiuism di'irarllmt illrvctly from ibo el'lo.i nf Ati'liWun, fit. Joscpii. I.tavcinvorllt anil ICiuisas city-Its solid Hieel truck readii'H ilie MbslnUipl rhor at botli Hi. Louis and JIannliial. i-iitcrliiit tbo Union DcpnK ttlicre closu couni'i'tloin ureal wayi iniiilH wllli Hallway I.lnua U-aillni; to all parts ol nn- United Htati's. .mr rasHciiKcrs wbo purohau' Tickets oer tliu JIlHKOiirl I'lit'lUo ItullH'Hy liavu WO CHANGE OF CARS AND DAILY TRAINS HETWKIJN 1 THIS I'OI.I.OWI.Vd CITIKS. Nl, Johci1i itml Nt. I.uiiIm, Alchlwoii mill Nt, LoiiIm, l.unvcuwnrtli nml Nt, I.uiiIk, HmimiM City ml Nt, Louia. and but nnu cliaiiK front Kansas City to tho principal pwlnts In Texas, with Reclining Chair Cars Free. Ilesldew 1'IVK lines of I'ullman BleppliiK Oars ami handsome Day Coaches, with Toilet Hooins nudtbu latest Improvements, nud warmed by HOT AIItlMPES and tlioroiiRlily ventilated, carpeted, ami with colored attendants tho MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY Has a dtcel Track, the, Mller IMatforiii. and lio ved Automatic Air Urake on nil eiirsln ogur trains. It Is lu every respect a t FIRST CLASSsRAILWAY For Mans, Time Tallies, and liitcrcntlng rend Intrinatter coticernlim the Missouri l'nclllu llall,ay midlts cuiuicctlous with other Hail waya.iwlilcU will bo mailed free address A. A. TAIiMAGE, tleu'l I'ass Agent. Ueueral Mnunccr. Ht. I)ui, Mo, For Tub Coontv rxran, TltAININO CIIILUltKV. "Train tip n child In tha way tie Mionlit ro mien no a oiu no will not uepari irom it. Tho first cssontlnl element necessary in training children Is obedience. That is tho foundation stone of thoir charac ters. As soon as they are old enough to understand that you love them, teach them tho meaning oi "yes" and "no." They learn mneb younger than many suppose. Do not refuso n child what they wish, simply becaiifo you can. Think Hist what Is for their good. Some writer has said, "What over you think proper to grant a child, lot it be grunted nt the first word, with out entreaty or prayer, and above nil without making cottdii ions, (.rant it with pleasure, refuse It with reluctance, but lot your rettiMil he Irrtvocab u; let no importunity shake your rci-ohitlou ; let tho 'no,' when once pronounced l.c a wall of brass, which a ch'hl, after he has tiled his strength against it half u i dozen times, shall never nunc endeavor 1 to t-hake.' I Another important item, is tliu co-u oration of pmeuts, child to ilo or nut tho other Interfere. If one piiient thinks tho other univiisntialilu in their demands, speuk ofitkludiy, but never In the presence of tho child. If parent lo not sh'nv tliuir lovo for each other. their respect lor the opinions ot i urli other, the child lnes res met (or Imth patents. So many p iron's mu, "niv (hi d is so sweet. I love him so I eiin not correct him." It is for that very rensou ou should do so. ! you want them to love nud inspect you when thoy are mown, teach (hum obedience while young. Never mal e a promlce to a child you caunot or will not fulfill. Hy so doing you make them liars. And never threaten them. How olten we hear parents say, "111 kill von in a minute," 'Til skin you aliv," Ac. What respect can a child, or anyone else, have for a parent who talks In such a miinner. If the children of such parent grow up to hu liurs, thieves, even murderers, it should not be surpris ing. O, paten's, you little realizo the vast rcsponsiiiillty you have undertaken. You are responsible to a great extent for both body and soul. Tho children always pattet n after their parents . Set ilieui good examples. He what you wou.d have them be. OnSKHVEK. A GAItriKM) .MONUMENT. Tito effoit being mailu to secure funds to erect ttt the grave of (Jciieial Gariield a monument creditable to tin man whoso memory it will honor, unit cilltablo to the Nation, ought to meet with a pionipt reoponse from oven Ann rio in who Ihih uny pride in Ameri can institutions or in (icnornl (jarilnld as a product of them. Hi career is in many respects the most remarkable I til histnry, and in placing a uiiiniiiiii nt itiwurer giMud, over his mavn, the tlon will honor it-elf for having iihiuv iated tho character and work of the man moro than it will honor htm and lis work. (Jarileld's honors wore in no sense atvldental no great crisis i-r emergency gave him the oppoi Utility to exhibit extraordinary taltin . and excite lie entliusmsiu ol i hu country. On lu miliary, it w.i In the moio- mue, more ttiau oiillnurv mte iirencc. in lustry, and patience Willi which ho dis haiued the monotonous urn! mauler sting detail dut us of li ,s position, tit it 10 ncntiireil renutat ou: it whs the faithful, unnoticed work of .onrsof fe'iuly and tudustry ami dnidgery, in poverty and ob-curity, and tlio uiuuner in which be poiformeil that work under such dltllcultles, that was liually recog nized by the people as greatue-i-i in th highest sense, and crowned with their highest expression of approval. Hav ing thus honored him In life, nud hav ing mourned him in death as few men were ever mourned before, it is lilting that tho tribute be completed by the erection of an imperishable, monument to his memory nud for a lesson of in stinct Ion to future generations. Word comes that the Stato of Ohio proposes to givo 8100,000 to this pur pose, and that the city of Cleveland has already subscribed half that amount. Tho committco asks only $150,000 from all tho other Hates to carry out its plan. Certainly Ohio does her share in giving two-fifihs of the whole amount icquired for this purpose and unless tjio balance of, tlio coiintrj is willing to surrender its interest and pride in the name of Garfield as a na tional man It will not bo long m raising the 160,000 asked of it. U ho would think of leaving Garllold's gravowpli out a monument, and who would think of allowing It lo bo ii mere local or Stato affair? Tlio contribu'ions ought to bo as general as the mourning em blems that followed his doatli and in making thorn s i tho eontrli.u ors will honor themse'ves oven more than they honor Garfield. What Sl.00 Will uu. The HoMt; Companion Pun. Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, will g ve their ciijhl page tuusiratca scmumoni'iiy paper iwcu lu-four beautiful picture I i.xifi luehu- li slrcnnd Sii.OO worth oj look for mil' 0m iJoiiar.u pap'r and n mm piu ir of l'icsHlont (iarltelil and taiuily mmi free to nl who wrlto for them. .lEOETAGLfc KENEWE Jmmk V N. Hu been In coniUnt f mo by I ho publlo for over twenty yenri, and U tlm ln.t prciinrntlon Ter Inveutcil for ltESTOIt INO OUAV HAirt TO IT. TOUTlIFUIi COLOR AMU tippllca tlio natural foiKl nml color to tlio liulr Bliindi nllliout lllllilny tlio Ikln. It "111 liicrciimi nuil thicken tho growth of Iho lialr, protcnt tin bluuehlni; nil (.illliig oir, unit tliun AVUItr lJAI.U.NLSS. It enroll lUlilnc. Ernp- tloiM mid Dunilrun. An a HA Hi DIti:sSIX(l It U very denlrablo, Rlvlag Iho hnlr n silken loftneos wliloh nil adinlro. It kocpe tlio head clean, iwect and lioaltliy. Tbo State Asiajor and Ohcuiist of Mass. and leading endorto and it ns a great triumph in medl-cins. Finney Williams & Co., Denims in Lumber, Sash, Doors, Minds, Shingles, Lath, Limo, oto. Having purchased tho stnek of Lumber formorlv owned by Winsoh & Co., at Malthnd, wo are prepared to accom modate tho public with tho bet uf Lumber and at as low rates as can bo had in Iho countv, Wo also deal In Hair, Limo, Commit, elo. Finney Williams & Co., MAITLANl), MO. Remember Tlio Misses Lawrence soli tho Domestic, Wilson, American, IIowo, Wliito and Stowart Sowing Machines, in connec tion witli their mlllluory. GlnHswnro nitd Quoenswaro, finest line ever brought to Maitlaud, Mo,, at Smo kf Owciu & Co, WHISKERS' Will change the beard to BUOVTN or DLACK at dliarcUon. Being In one preparation It It easily applied, and prod a oe a permanent color that mill not wash off. l'ltlU'AKliU 1IY H P. HALL & GO., NASHUA, N. H. Sold by ill Dialers In Medicine. r THE GREAT A SURE CURE FOR Gick Hiadic'io, Dyspepsia, Langour, NorwitRllshauBticu arising from over work or excess of any kind, ami ron Female Weaknesses, IT PREVENTS Malarial Poisoning and Fcycr anfl Ague, AndU a Specific for Obstinate CONSTIPATION. PRICE $1,00 PER BOTTLEi SIX FOR $5.00 OLD BV DllUGGISTS EVERYWJ1ISRB, MEYER BROS. A. CO. fiolesaJe Agents, Kansts CHy and St. Louis, Mo. pROWH's IRON Co i. g, Tho winged eorrcx ondont of lbs St. Joseph Saturday Democrat speaks a follows of our sister town: This villago Is situated midway be tween tho JJldsoun Itlvor and tho bluff and is atKjtn one milo distant from each. It m the most northern town in Holt county, only about tow Utiles from the Atehlson county line, and on the main lino of tho K. O St. Joe and C. U. H K it was laid out In 1808, nud has now a imputation ol about four hundred, and due considerable stock and grain sbip Althoiivh comcwlmt ilainaced by blub water last Snrini'. her otitornrls- in eilloi h are not the kind to biood over tho pint, but ever battling ag gressive y onward Among tin cntr- (inses i.o.v on loot Is a n wspaper to u started next week, whh li is receiv ing nl the encouragement it generous community can gnu. 1 no eeliool facilities of ( oiiiinir will compiiio favorably with ilinso of nny oilier iowii ol lis si.o in tho Stute. rin-rcbn neat and einnfortatdo frame school bou.e M x Hi!, built tit it cusl of 1,100, nud seated with Litest patent iiiitoved seats. Tim .school 1, umlor cllic eut uii.uauioeul, and tirouiiiiu ed n grand success, lu addition lo .lie iiuliiie Si boo . the (iui iimiis also have olio iiinlci' tlieC'intro of th Kvaiueli cal l.iillioran St .lolin .Soclt; . 1 lib) mic ety ba a very largo tuciiibi'tliip and two c ii rcli liiiildlngs, one lo-.r and lliu olli(!i' i inlies from Coi iiiug, md have ciiiircu aim freii inpropo t valued at Su.ouii. Ailj Imng Corning are (oinu i i the most In a', iful and bust im proved farms in the coi n y. (joining lias u gooii ocai traue antt mm a grain and stock sli pi ing pnint In not u whit behind any town of its nie on the road. AmotiK ba live business men we no tice. Walter, Multor & Co. I hey dead in g ncrul merebandise, consisting ot oery tliinu to uu lonnd in a Inst class country stoic. This linn has an existence of four years, and are dolug a business second to no linn In the county. They havo tratlo from Holt and Atchison countios, and also from Nebraska. The lirm of Koselius A .lldcrcfe is composed of Henry Koselius and W. H. llogrele. air. Koselius Is ono of lite lnrucst faruicrs and stock lium of up per Holt, has a farm and dwelling that are ornaments to the county. Mr. H og re fo is tho active member of the tlrru, and by tils untiring industry has built up a trade ol $20,000, a year. Thoy deal in dry coeds, clothititr, groceries &c. They buy grain and stock, and ship large amounts of both annually. This firm beiran business koiiiu four or five years ago, and have quite uu extensive i ratio l'cter Christian deals in furniture. pine lumber and all kiuds of building material. He was one of the first busi ness men in Corning. He docs and ex tensive business in upi or Holt and lower Atchison county, and has. the confidence of the trading public. Karl & Km 1, "choral iiierclmiidlso, car ries ono of the largest stocks of cood on the road. Do tin immeiiso business, are kind and affable gentlemen of -terl-ing (pialillcations. The other business of tho town is rep resented bv Mrs J. Koci, ml linerv and fitncy dress making; 1. U. Hiolz .Irug- cist: K. I) Scheme, butcher; 0. u. Slaughter ami V. H. Keyuolils, sample rooms anil billiard balls; l)r Nou and ''pi'i'iy aro the Hi'incipnl physicians of the town; .1. X. blasters, tho black- mithaud J. Conoug, tho operator and slut ou agent. Mr. Keifer seoni- to havo been elect ed in the sjhui maimer 1 1 at tho Irish man iilavid the liddle-by main strotiiith. It Is salt' that sotuo Piiiladelnhln families re id alotnl two columns of obit- notices at the tea tablo every rri 'SI BITTERS Tt- BROWN'S DIOK BITTEIIS are certain euro for all dlscascn requiring a coraploto tonlo; eapo oisUly Indlgeatton, Uyspepsta, Intor mlttcnt Fovors, Want of Appetite, KiOM of Strength, liaok of Kucruy, etc Enrlclica tlio blood, etrcngth eus the inasolee, and gives new Htb to tho nerve. Acts like a charm on tho digestive organ a, removing all dyspoptlo tijrmptomr, such as tasting tlio l'ooil, liclctiln;;. Beat in tbo Stomach, Heartburn, srtc Tito only Iron Preparation that will not blacken tlio tcetli o givo headache. Bold by nil gists at $1.00 a bottle. BltOWN OHKMlOATi Of Ilultlmorc, Tw 8 thkt ftlt Iron Blllors tr ntdt bv Cms Qa.N41tftv,crvtMsl i4 lint, n l tr44 M.r' ri vr BEWARE OF IMITATI'H'O, DR. IIENDERSOfl. US Ws Blxttt St., Kssaasw City, M. Is anuorited br Ui SUM to Ural Clironlc. Ktrrous and l'rlrate Ills. loner). Sexual DeblUtr Com nfttxuat powa), 4c. Cuts Kuaranfcl ot luonev rciunaea. unaiHciioTr. auuu flu. a. I A a am. AvrtK. reTiiino tnt. Mi Injurious medlcUa used. 4o dcttntlon from business. Mo inuolaii to dntg llei. TalM llrtuarraudbklnlJls- 71 stores all tuedlcln.es fumUtied, Tto lo jiaUeats at HUte your cas ana esnd for termsi Vonsut SlOrCVII UIVUIUIIICO lUflll.M wiv distance, bpeclsl attenUon (l;rn worm, UlimuisllMB, Epilepsy. 1rtu ... HtklA vmir cahci mnil aula rir Ullon free and condd'nUal, personalii' or bymiil. A llOOK for both sTf UHuihvifi andolrodarssf Olrtcr uuurs, won, ReKvivu iur hwu do uoupa. N. D. fly lint llusiiralsnowopen sMdesorln tlonlT' 'ivohnk. a-l)r.H. Is a rf rular traduiis laiuu!luae. 0 er U years' practlos-U U CUoaco. uaiy nicbt. Ccneral Cope said a long time ago that ho favored trnnslerring of tbo mllitii'y post from Leavenworth to Denver. Mr. William Waldorf Asior has waltzed wff to Ktiiono. The whlilliriir ot politics may yet make him a lionan za Senator. Grades of pupils in the Normal Sjnool. ITiruni Manlromery Samuel Senor OtlmCasile Sloniz Cniry Qldeon Kunkcl Irvlno McMHrray Edwiird Evans Frank l'cter Edward Allen Vfecly Ktiukol Susie IJeeler A mile Comer Eva Kaucher Eninia IJorres Maggie Sclmlz Flora Luckhurdt Susie Duuun Dlancbo HowcH Cora Kissel Elnm Kyiter Kutle Folk Kitto Matipln Netlio Nles Winiilo Iloblltzcll Minnie Holtz Lillle Knuchur Woodle .McMnrray Naiinio Ullstritp Inn Nies Myra AliKiro .liaud Dysurt iletlle Collrcll John 8hwortb John Markt John Colvin Uiiinio Masste Hosa Acton Mnry Herres Lena Hanker Annie Scuiuan Ora liussel Hannah Meyer Ilonnie Hrodbfck Henry ltostock Ida 1'iiikBtoD May Curry Carrie Hill Hobt. Sclmta Jennie Cotton Win Collins Charles Sopcr Frank ltostock Frank Graham Octarvo Wlusrd Lewis Hill Hello Collrcll David Anderson Clitro Irvlno IVllii Davis Ella Bridges Lula Chadduck Annie Cnlvln Eliua Herohhcrgcr w o tr . rt 7 3 ri o 84 85 70 V3 80 70 80 75 82 71) m 04 80 80 01 87 02 00 00 00 82 87 00 79 87 80 83 Oil on 75 00 85 87 83 70 81 no 03 07 00 04 ' 70 78 05 05 77 80 70 83 88 86 85 70 01 00 00 84 87 83 01 01 88 c a a 3 100 08 08 07 01 07 00 08 81 73 07 05 87 a ro "8 C3 - 83 oa 87 88 07 03 87 80 00 08 00 08 05 87 100 04 00 08 05 80 100 60 00 07 00 00 04 100 89 83 02 00 07 85 00 07 89 80 100 80 00 100 100 100 00 78 80 100 100 100 100 00 80 87 88 03 00 58 100 08 100 100 100. 01 100 01 100 100 00 05 100 78 0 07 100 100 00 73 00 70 100 05 8fi 74 07 80 00 03 100 45 05 03 04 00 05 80 80 80 00 oa 08 83 80 44100 07 100 81 100 00 OS 81 80 I Our stock otrBoat&aml Shoos is very complete and at prices within tbo roach of all, Sold by Kreck & Watsofi,.