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Published livery l'i-ilny. Is Ail Excellent Quality In Man or Woman. ijoiiyxs & cujsicy, ii:iiisii:r.H Many persons are exercising it by calling and making purchas- - : : ' es from one of the largest stocks of goods ever brought to Friday, August, i, i8K. i Holt County. Our new stock of TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE a takiff Pismrci:. I Vi. IliftJi ami Low Tariff In the United States. The iii st law pasod by the Frst Con gress, after the picsenl constitution went into operation, 17S9. was a tariff act, which declared, in its picanible. tint it was necessary lor I hf s-npport 1 of ti e government, the dischaige of the i debts of the United States, ami the en-; cotiriigeinnnt and protection of ir.ai.u- faituies," thH.-5 cleaily enniu-iiting the doctrine of protection. The next jear the duties wen: largely increased. In 1791, I'lt-sideiit Washington wrote: In my tour I confirmed by oli.-erva-tion the accounts which c had all along received of tliu happy tffecls of the then geneia! government upon our agriculture, rminuerce and industry. Tl:e same, effects pievadc the M iddle and Eastern (-talcs, with the addition ot vat-t piogic-ss in the most Hselul manufactures,. From the year 17, when the pro tective tariff was in full operation, to ' 1WJ1, a period ot ."-even years, the ex ports of this country exceeded Ihc im ports by i'Sl,:74,31C, leaving Kngland in debt to America. In l&Jl, although t- e revenue was HiUicien t, a new taiiff was adopted with higher duties inordei to extend the heuclits of piotection. This measure had the active snppoil of l're-idents Monioe,,Iacksoii and Jno. Quincy Adams. In owing to the demands of South Carolina, then in almo.-t open rebellion, n revisid tariff law was pass-1 cd, lowering the duties about twenty per eent. I5y 1840 this "tariff revision1- had so diminished the revenue, md mnnutac tures were so proiliate tint the govern ment and the people nu:c almost in i bankruptcy. This canseil a raiMiig of customs duties, in IS 12, to some degree not to the point ot lull protection, but enough to presi rve t he govern ment's credit, find tiade koincwhat re vived. In 18-1C n reduction was uiado in tariff rates, and the next eleven years, while i these reduced rates were in force, the revenues Ml short of the expenditures by $21,790,S0j. Then Icllowcd the 15 per cent, reduction cf 1857, which was followed by a panic. The impoits in creased over 100 per cent, and the drain of- money into foreign manufac tures iinpovciUhcd thutcople. The national debt rose from 8I5,7S0,0C0 to 361.000,000 in 18C0. In that year the government had to honor.- .$-.'0,000,000 to maintain its credit. The duties were inc:ca-ed in March, 18111, and since then, while the war tariff has been reduced to na'ural pio I'ortinii, the manufactures of America have flourished as never before. The Iwson of hUtoty is under low tariff the United States has always hnd hard times, business stagnation, and lower wages. Under a i roteclive tariff the country has always been more pros perous, with higher wages. .QTHI, ITS ad SHOES d DRESS IIS. Are now being placed on cur counter and we invite inspec tion. We can give you Prices That Win. And you will be correspondingly happy. Uijcp p OJCJ9 NEW POINT, MO. THE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN RVIHE 1 mm maehsUTW Con The Most Astonishing Medical Discovery of the Last One Hundred Years. It is Pleasant to the Taste as the Sweetest Nectar. It is Safe and Harmless as the Purest Milk. This wonderful Nervine Tonic has only recently been introduced into ilis country ly the (Jreal South American" Medicine Company, and i-t its rcaL valiKi lis a curative iigcnt lias long been known by the "native inhali itanfs of South America, who rely almost wholly upon "its great medicinal lov.-i-rs to cure every lorni of disease by which they are overtaken. This new nml valuable South American medicine possesses powers arid qualities hitherto unknown to tho medical profession. This mcdiciin! has completely solved the problem of the euro of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint :!f. diseases of tho general Nervous System. It also cures all lrms of failing health from whatever cause It performs this: by tho (ireat Nervine Tonic rjualities which it possesses and by its great curative pov.i rs Hja the digestive organs, the btomach. the liver and the bowels. No rented compares with this wonderfully valuable Nervino Tonic as n builder and rtrviigthener of tho lift: forces of tho human body and as a great renewor of a broken down constitution. It is nl-o of more real permanent value in the treatment and cure of diseases of the Lungs than uny ten consumption rem edies ever used on this continent. It Is a marvelous cure for nervousness of females d nil ages. Ladies who are, approaching the critical period known as change in life-should not fall to use this great Nervine Tonic almost con stantly for tho space of twoorthreo years. It will carry them safely over the dangei. This great strengthener and curative is of iuestimable valuo to tho aged and inlirm, because its great energizing properties vdll give them a new hold on life- It will add ten or fifteen years to tho lives ol" juaa? tf those who will use a half dozen bottles of tho remedy each year. Nervousness and Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache anfi lck Headache, Female Weakness, All Diseases of Women, Nervous Chills, Paralysis, Nervous Paroxysms and Nervous Choking, Hot Flashes, Palpitation of the Heart, Mental Despondency, Sleeplessness, St. Vitus's Dance, Nervousness of Females,' Nervousness of Old Age, Neuralgia, Pains in th e Heart, Pains in the Back, Faihnig Health, Broken Constitution,'" Debility of Old Age, Indigestion and Dyspepsia, Heartburn and Sour Stomach, Weight and Tenderness in Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Frightful Dreams, Dizziness and Ringing in the Ears, Weakness of Extremities and Fainting Impure and Impoverished Wood, Boils and Carbuncles, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swelling and Ulcers, Consumption of the Lungs, Catarrh of the Lungs, Bronchitis and Chronic Coti-, Liver Complaint, Chronic Diarrhoea, Delicate and Scrofulous Children, Summer Complaint of Infants. VII.--WI10 fas the Duty? free trade argument rests upon IhSTallacy that "the consumer pays the ..duty' We even find, from Ihc Itlade's SniVrFpondents, that some demagogues arc endeavoring to make the people -lielieYo that they pay the duty, whether the article be imported or made at home. Now. the duly is only on un polled goods those m-ide abroad anil brought into this countiy. There is no tax imposed by the federal govern ment lip-in goods manufnetuted in lhi- country. lint here is a letter from a subscriber t Dakota, Minn., which treats of the point under discussion : If the American g"ods areeq'i:illy a good as the Knglr.nd good, will not tho American tiiaiiiif:ictrer chaige the price ol the J.110I1-I1 gTds, pins the I duty, plus tile cit of shipping, and does not the consumer have to pay this extra cost? j If home compel i 1 ion lenders the geod- ' cheaper lhr.11 Kngli-h goiuN. then ot j what use is the protective taiiff? Old Hayseed. No, the Amrrican manufacturer docs not, lor some other American nianubic turer would at once uuder.-ell him. Our correspondent leave out tlio matter of compotitien aui'-ng American manufac turers. This fiee competition anions them has brought ail staple goods down to as low a figure a they can be man-1 ufaetnred for 111 America, conHderinn the higher wages paid on tlilsi-ideof the Atlantic. The duty on ordinary calico is : cents a square yard, Yon can Imy American calico, as good as the English, every bit at 5 cents ayaid. Dues Ihc buyer psy r.n increased price equal to the d.ity? If he docs, the calico cost noth ing to manufacture. Let n- lake the case of llei-smer strcl rails. Sixteen yeais ago none were rnapc 111 the United States. All that were used were lmpoitcd from Kng land, and our railways p iid 8137 per ton for them and thev were purchased laigclv, for thev were cheaper, even at that price, than iron tails, 011 account of their great dui ability. A ptotectivc du'y wa imposed b- congress. Plants were eiveted and the manufacture be gun in Amciivs. The firrt thing was a heavy reduction m in ices bv the Eng lish manufacturers. Then the competi tion among the. American manufactur ers kept the price going down, until it reached the lowest point at wl 11 h the rails can be made with profit On July G ; they were quot?d at $30 per ton at j Pittsburg. j To mai.0 one totr (i,210 pounds) of j rails requires 2,blii pounds of pig iiou and 5,G2 1 pounds of ore yielding W) per cent, of iron. Ji'tmping all' the detail of .all the department, we have: J.11or H " OiUtav for vlt purpo-es tlirr than Inner, incluilinir five i.t cent, per ainiiim in-ten-t ii all the InviMinciit I a Co-t na "lie t.i'.i ot r:iiN The e Inures leproscnt a typic.il cost it a-tietinile ptnou ,! ui pre5O-.1t year. 1 All these and many other complaints cured by this Wonderful Nervine Tonic As a cure for every class of Nervous Diseases, no remedy has Iwi n able to compare with the Nervine Tonic, which is very pleasant and harml ?s in all its effects upon tho youngest child or tho oldest and most delicate- ir.dh :d ual. Nine-tenths of all the ailments to which tho human family isheir.me dependent on nervous exhaustion and Impaired digestion. When there is an insnflicient supply of nerve food in the blood, a general state of debility of tho brain, spinal marrow and nerves is the result. Starved nerves, like star-. -wl muscles, become strong when the right kind of food i3 supplied, am! u thousand weaknesses and ailments disappear as the nerves recover. As th.: nervous svstem must supply all tho power by vrhich the vital forces of the body are carried on, it is the first to suffer for want of perfect nutrition. Or dinarv food does not contain a sufficient quantity of the kind of nutriment necessary to repair the wear our present mode of living and lalwr imposes upon tho nerves. For this reason it becomes necessary that a nervo food b supplied. This recent production of the South American Continent has been found, bv analvsis, to contain tho essential elements out of which nerve tissue is formed. This accounts for its magic power to cure all forms of nervous derangements. Cn.wroRDSTn.ix, Isa, Aug. 20, '84 To V.ie Great South American Medicine Co.: Deah Gents: I desire to say to you that I have suffered for man; years with a very ser ious disease ot the stomach anil nerves. I tried every medicine I could hear of hat noth Insj done nin any nppreclablo good until I was alvlf.el to try your Great South American lier lno Tonic and Stomach and Liver Cure, and hluco using several bottles ot it I must say that I am surprised at its wonderful powers to cure the stomach and general nervous system. If everyone knew the value of this remedy as I ilo, yoq would not be able to supply the de mand. J. A. Hardee, Ex-Treas. Montgomery Co. , Mr. Solomon Bond, a memlier of tho Society of Friends, of Darlington, Inil., Bays: "I hav? used tweke bottles of The (Jreat South Amrr ican Nervine Tonic and Stomach and Liter Cure and I consider that every bottle did for me one hundred dollars worth of good, be cause I have not had a good night's sleep for twenty years on account of irritation, pain, horrible dreams and general nervous prcstrji tinn, which has been caused by chronic indi gestion and dyspepsia of the stomach aud by a broken down Condition ot my nervous system. But now I can lie down and sleep all night as sweetly as a baby, aud I feel like a sound man. I do not think there has ever been a medicine Introduced Into this country which will nt aH compare with this tferrine Tonic as a euro fx the stomach." A Sworn Cure for St .Vitus's Dance or Chorea. Cn.wFonDsvn.LE, Lsd., May 19, 1886. My daughter, twche years old, had been af flicted for several mouths with Chorea or St. Vitus's Dance, Sho was reduced to a skeleton, could not walk, could not talk, could not swal low anything but milk; I had to handle her like an iafr.ut. Doctor and neighbors gave her up. I commenced giving hertheSouth Ameri can Nervine Tonic, tho effects were very sur prising. In threo days slio was rid of the ner vousness, aud rapidly improved. Four bottles cured her completely. I think tho South American Nervine the grandest remedy ever discovered, and would recommend it to every one. Mils. W. S. ESSSIKOEH. , State cf ImUnna, j ..A Montaonury County " "-7'V Subscribed and sworn to before mo this May IP, lbS7. Cuas. M. Tilwis, Notary Public, pea Cbawfobdsville, Isd., Juno 22, 18S7. My daughter, eleven years old, was severely afflicted with St Vitus's Dance or Chorea. We gavo her three and ono-half bottles of South American Nervine and sho is completely re stored. I bclievo it will cure every caso of St Vitus's Dance. I havo kept It in my family for two years, and nm sure it ii tho greatc-st rem edy In tho world for Indigestion and Dysraji sia, all forms of Nervous Disorders and Failin;r Health from whatever cause. Jons T. Misit. State cf Indiana, I Mouttjomery Covnfyl s' Subscribed and sworn to!efore me this Jnnc 22, 1SS7. Cuas. V. YYKKiirr, tSf ft '. Notary I'uulic INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA. The Great South American Nervine Tonic "Which we now offer you is the only absolutely unfailing remedy ever discov ered for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and tho vast train of symptom. thousands go to prove that this Is the 0x1 and only oxi: great cure in ti , world for this universal destroyer. There is no case of unmalignant dbc:i'? of tho stomach which can resist the wonderful curative powers of the. South I American Nervine Tonic. ! Harriet E. ITalt. of Wnrnptmm. Tnil.. navR! T owe my life to Tho Great South American Nervine. I had licen In bed for fivo months from tho effects of an exhausted Stomach, In digestion, Nervous Prostration and a general shattered condition ot my whole system. Had given up all hopes of getting well. Had tried threo doctors tilth 110 relief. The first bottle of tho Nervine Tonic Improved me so much that I was able to walk about and a few bot tles cared mo entirely. I believe' it the best medietas in tho world. I cannot recommend I! too highly. Mrs. M. Russell, Sugar Creek Valley, Ind., write;: -I have used several bottles of Tho t'oul'i American Nervine Tonic and will say I r, rsf'.Yr it the Ikt t medfciEO in the world. I b !:-.) it raved tho lives of two of my chil dwa. They v.cro down aud nothing appeared t i:i any cood until I procured this remit- . It was wry surprising how rapidly they :- 'i i- no its use. I recommend the i j-o lo Ul my neighbors. Mrs. Ella A. Bratton, of N-w fton-, Iui.. says: "I can not express how much I owe to the Nervine Tonic My system was corapK-tcly shattered, appetite gone, was conghirg nr. t spitting up blood, am sure I wr.s i:i the first stage of consumption, an iuherltanco handed down through several generations. I b r.r. taking the Nervine Tonic and continued it use for about six mouths and am entirely cured. It is the grandest remedy for nerves, stomach and lungs I have ever seen." Ed. J. Brown, druggist, of Kdina, Mo., writes: "My health had lieea very poor for years, was coughing severely. I only weighed 110 pounds when I commenced using South American Nervine. I have used two bottles and now weigh 130 pounds, and cm much stronger and better than havo been for 5 ycan. Am sure would not havo lived through thu Winter had I not secured this remedy. My customers see what it has dono for me and buy it eagerly. It gives great satisfaction." EVERY BOTTLE WARRANTED. Price 15 cts. and $1.25. Sold by Hinde & Philbrick, Oregon, Mo. 'and France & Co., Forest City, Mo, Selling at $00 a too, (he profit is not enormous to say tbeleast! The duty is $17 a ton. It is certainly clear that the duty is not added by the American manufacturer. Now let us compare price of the lines of goods most largely consumed with prices in 16W. I i the toll. mini; table the figures represent the vot of the same quantities in 1SG0 and in 1.170: Xfiv. ) 1ST!) 2 rttou j-tKnis $2 hi m1l-!! kuo1 fl.'J Lralher 1 lintitHiiiiit .Shoi-s.. 3 W, Milk and rubber... r.t I'ijt Iron 3 4! Iron jirnttin-t-.... 7 Cii.il 7 Til Oil 4.) Tin am! tin ihi!i '2 is ! U-a.i ami nipper. 1 loS I.tu-.t-1-rf oiMmp'!i tiiieaml paint 1 (il Sn:ip. Iienip unit pajM'r i 50!J DriiKS ami cil. nii- cals 2 S7 This table shows the inconsistency ot Mr. Cleveland, iu his message, when he claims that the tariff makes manufac tured products more cosily than they were under the revenue tariff of I860. On the contrary, the lines of goods mentioned nboe show udecicascin prices of 28 per cent, less than in 1G0. We note that our correspondent men tions the. cost of transposition from Kuropu to this country. At the time the liist tariff was imposed in 1749, Ihe only means of freighting was Uy 8 tiling vessels, which required weeks to cross the Atlantic, aud rates were high. Now the ocean passage is but a matter of a few days by stcauifhip, aud rates are much lower. DeerVe, Nov. KT lvi eent. Si IV, t'l.s ;; k.3 1 K. IS,', -' 21 4 3 Ol 13.7 ft 27J iri 2I.S JIVJ 91.4 1 ft!"' i L'7.0 SU 3J.1 iG'i U0 1 "51.2 2 ll'i 2C.S FOR ALL DISORDERS OF THE Stomach. Liver mn Bowels -TAKE- EMU VEH PILLS STRICTLY VEGETABLE. Del For Sale bv all Drueiri.:s. Price, 3S Cents. PAClflC KAKUFACTURIXB CO.. ST. LOUIS. MO. f O j! t 3 g- 3 g BM S 9 3 52 91 1. r VIII Some f':ieries. W'o have some questions, the nns- wers to which we win give Here, ami i hen proceed with the discussion of the tariff: Please give the. entire Mills bill, ns there are thousands who hare never seen it. It will do a great deal of uood. as the Democrats claim that it is not ler five trade. S. L. II , Cottagcville, Y Va. The Mills bill is being revised every lay in committee of the whole in the Ilou-e. As M.on as they have it com puted we shall get a copy with all the changes that have been made, and dis- ctii-s it is the Primer, showing that it is a fuo trade measure. .1. P. S., Schoehoh, Ky., will find his pnmnu question answered iastweeK The duties on calico are:Piinted calico, not exceeding 100 threads to the square null, counting wrap and filling 4 1-2 cents per square taril ; oyer 100 and not over -JOO threads, cents per square yard. These cover all ordinary giade and they can be bought here m lole- do at 1 1-2 to cents a yard. Hence it is plain that the consumer docs not pay the duty. There is no Republic n p.i per in Indiana that docs not support Harrison and Moiton euthusi.istically. Pleas tell me what h meant by a Inch tariir, a low tariff, and a prott e tive tanff. What class ot people pros pers, and what auffeis, by e.ich? A.tt. S., Sardis. Tex. A "hlith" taiiff is applied to a pro tective tarifT, which was defined in the last number. A "low" tin iff is a reve nue laiiif. Al-the pcple prosper un der a protective tariff, and the opposite under a low tariff. IX. The T.-irlP. l'n!ili-m Snnnrrly Starli-U. Wha'cver may be said by the oppon ents ot a protective policy, the policy mrlined in the Piesident's message mid t'-rmulatud iu the Mills bill is intended l- destroy the protective features of the tariff, chiefly wrh regard to certain iieat industries, and to be the first step toward a taiiff lor revenue only. Hence it is a "Ires trade" step, as that phrase is ued even in Kngland to designate a fiscal policy which excludes protection to the industries of a country. There is no doubt that a great many classes of goods are manufactured m Europe cheaper than they can be made lieie, if we maintain our present scale of wages. To cut down the taiiff inens to allowjthu importation of these foreign goods, which c.tn bo sold cheaper here than Aiuo'ican-manufaclured ouesol th !ime kind. The question tho American people must answer at the baliot-box is,"Shall we allow this?" The free traders say "yes, because the people can buy cheaper." The protectionists answer. "Hut they will not have so much money to buy with." Which, then, hill we do: Cut down wages here to the Knglish s-andard.and buy these m tides cluaper. or keep Ihe wage up. and pay a slightlr higher price? The free trade Democrats will argue and tlieorize on the I 'fiical beaniieof free trade, but we do not believe the Amoiican laborer will stand idly by and see bis blend and butter, the edu cation of his children, the. clothes op his back.glrcn away to foreigners with out a protest. And that pioie-t thould be a vole for protection to home manu factures. A wri'er in the Nineteenth Century, m English magazine of wideciieu'ati.in and commanding ability, states the proposition in a short paragraph. It Is as follows: The only advantage o have over tti United States i. as I have said, thai we have eh".ip laboi, and because of our cheap labor, and that only, can we send inlo her markets raw materials and manufactured good despite her heavy import duties The import duties of the I'Hlled States, hrwcver.aro being gradually but surely lowered, anil she Is tc.ndtr.ir toward the adoption of free trado. When the I'niled States adopts free trade, or anything approaching it the price of laboi in America will come down. This frank writer says the United States is "tendiDa towards free trade." !n this we beg to differ from him There is a determination on the part of a great majority of Ihe American people to ad here to the American System" of pio tection. It is true there are many im port duties that do not protect . These will be abolished, and should be; bu that does not mean that the "tendency" is to pull down the barriers and let in the floods ol the productions of the car tr S. B 2 a ytk Oh- g,t a . tuH) 2.1 g a M &tE. M 2 Ji. ? d n !? . El n p.n-i iri 3- m o 70 s 3 o C Q & cm KB' S E 1 s. e s H K 5 9 s g : & a p- f 3 &CBO 3. 2 tf a f S "? 6. B S s? 6 9-52 2 BO 9t P o .x C- o o. 23 CO jess b J o o -3 4 .ffi co mmst U aisxsu 109 d W HT. Ninth St. KANSAS CITY. AU T9 cnt'j Spreuttist ire the City vho ix a Jltgular Graduate in Xetlicine. Over 'Jo sears' Practice, i'J years in Chicago. THE OLDEST IN ASE, AKD LONGEST LOCATED. Authoriwil by the state to trtut P2& f t'hronii,Nrrvoanft"Hp(-cial Din jfcTjA J rasps," h'eniftia Wt-nknesH (iitfM jCl'tY (itis,Jexia& Debility thasvftfjxuit Kv,'3r5L J.7j"-""l. Nervou. Debility, rtilnourd r"22?vyi JlNKwl.rirvntundHwcUlnirsi'feriTy fc?T33TOy kind. Urltmry DiM-ON(-s,aPd In fnct. eafijr all troubles or d I -teamen In fitbir v,r malo or female. Cures Ktiarantevd crmonjy rpftiiided. C'liargpa low. TliouHndi r.f r'Mfiirfd. Kpcrlenc Is Important. Allniedi rlncs are ictm ran toed to be pure and efticacloun. Item,; compfctmdetl In my perfectly appointed laiM)ratury, nml are furnished ready for line. 19 rmmitiK to drug stores to have un certs In pre Fcripthiiis lillfHl. No mercury or Injurious medl eine4i:sed. Xndetenttnn frnmbuities. I'atients at a distance treated by lette: and expre.-m. medl riueif ent everywhere free from sate or break aj;p. .State your rase and nend for terms. Con sultation free aud coiiUdentlal, per&ouallyor by letter. A Gl pace pnnT? Fop Iloth Sexra, Bent fllii-drated UUVIV healed In iIaln envelope; for (k. In stamps. Kvery male, from tho age of 1 to 45, rtliould read this book. RHEUMATISM THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE. A IMSITIVK ClUE for RIIECUATISM. t&O &ajre UlU tri-tmit fftllsl. core or belp. tirfate.tdlKovrTlo mull pfrolicior. Oot doae glrcf rrtlef; aftw tiMe rcmore fern .Qd pais la Joluu ; Cure eoitinl-lrd Id 5 to 1 dajf . 8Qd tut- nnt 01 m wn9 lump ior tinim I Cull, or a.ldrri I Or.HENOER30rtl09W.9thSL.KiiituCity.Ma- visited this country about a year or so ago, for the third time, aud returned home, entirely convinced that protee Mon is a blessing to the working classes lie said : I have once more returned home from the United states, this being my third vir-it, and I must confess that if I had been there this time on mv own hook, so to speak, or, in other words, on my respnnsihiliiy.and with my own money, I should have stayed there altogether, for it seems to me that we have :ot a very long and up-hill fight before we shall be able to obtain such alterations in our liscal policy si will place the working people of this cmintry in the i advantageous position of their fellow ! tmleis aeioss tho Atlantic in fact, I , . . , ..,.. , ,,., ,., i ave come to the Conclusion that there i of those chronic wi-atmrst-s ami iliatrvsslnjr i trj-it there are only two courses lett , niimriua pceiuisr ro ?i j '""'.V' ..1 . ... .. . lioil-l aim run;ii;ui jusiiluic-. i.uu.iu. ... i -. I HIE cl5ses Ol (treat h.u. ntr.inliHl n vast enicrk-nci; in nut lv adant- ing ana tiiorouKiny n-simtf ruiiwuira jur mo i euro of woman's iwculuir niatuilu-A. i ur. s-terce-n tarorno rrrncripuou anu imo- i cians who liavc ti-steil it in the more nrra- , vated mul obftinutn ciiacs whith hail tmtlhil i tli.-ir skill, crnvp it to Lo tho most notulcriul remedy cvit drvisiHi for the rclu-r iimt curv of iC. O. DENNY. DlfAI.KU t pmlos, oiqtfs, open to the htbo liritam. One is to get protection at home, the other is to go to some Ksg- Iisti-spt akmg country where they have is the outgronrtli. or result, of thu trrint ri,i nroteetion valuable cxrerience. Thousaiuis of tcsti - 1 r u niats, received from patients nnJ irom pi inee worns are iuii 01 signmcance to American workiugmeii as we'I as lo the llritir-h workingmen to whom they aic addrct-sed. They will not be ap plauded by the Knglish agitators for treu trade m this country who want to kill off American industries and mon opolize our market.but they are words it wrm tm Buirorinjr vrnnen. It Is not recomtnendtil &s a j "euro-alt," but as a most perfect b'pecific lor i woman's peculiar ailineiilx. An a powerful, iuvlKoratlug tonic, i it imparts ftreuKtu to the vrholu ejstcm. and to the womb mid il appcntLises in . pjpticiitar. Tor ov.-rworked, ,;worii-out," 'run-down," debilitated toidicr. nulimers, j dressmaker?, peanistriwes. "f lio-irirL" l-.oUbO-kppnem. iiuminir luotlierN. mill ft-.-bh wolllen f thit warn the American people acaillr-t penrrally. Dr. Pieree- Ka-.ontc I'rescription ib Ihr. trrrnttt iirllili- 1)(uirt hinr? mu-otl.lliu ' ions as that which has placed the labor ing classes of Great llriluin on the pauper li.t. I5ut how do wages compare in Great Britain and the United Slates? We will ive a few figures which are authorita tive. In 1S8I, Hon. f'arroll 1). Wrigiit. labor commissioner of Massachusetts, embodied the fol'owing table in his an imal report, of which lie gives the fol lowing account : We started upon an original investi gation throunh per-ioiial agents ot the bureau, in M-'Snchiisctt-i and Great I'ritain, anil through these agents we have gathered from original source (meaning by original -mirees the pay lulls ofgre.it m.-.m-.lii luring establish i!i nts. tin olhVi.-il wage lisin agreed upon in Kngland. m far as Iingland is concerned, between trade societies and employers, and fiom othrr re'iab'e ource-) the rate of wage pari in th following ! induotri s, which are coti mon ' to Mn.sachu-ctts mid (ireat Ilril :im : .Weil V.-AIIF-J PAIK AM. KUl-IOVI-.iK. oiin futiitionul ami orennic S T T T 1" fA I"N Tf " " 7 lib. it iudui-8 refr.hinR I I ) V I ) i nicntid aunety aud do-j t I J ! Y -avortlc Prescription 1 J XV Vj Ji XV X iMicricir.-. l A ri iiliur i! tmpli-ii nit.... ii:in-.' tiM:. 1'iti.K Klitt Liie...... ...... Uiii k Ilnlldip; lia.n-s i':irp-liii-" r-irri.iurs and w.iiiri!3 rio:lii..-r r'olloll irnnds 1-U .nil j:'l 'I'. oili l-'.ioil iicp:initi in l-'iiriiiltire CllSN Il.-it-. fur, wool n:nl i tv I bj'iir, m. lit and ilMilM.. 31-icliiiie' nmi in icliinerv.. Mr!:!!- allil lllt-l.lt l SOodl.. . Prmtiriir an.l pul.tUliii.ir .. . lrii.liu;. dveinr. Mi-ai-hin, liidthiH eotton textili-M... itn. Vo.nlii trothts Woolen i;omIs Wor-te-l eootlH Mama- j llre.it I hui'-lN i llrilain nAHn nnnetizinir eonlial ami refitonitivi touii Am a aootlilntf anil mrencllieiilim urrvinc rinunir i .i-yeniuioii i-. mi-- 3uaIeU and is Invaluable in alLtyiiur and cub- j mnjr nervous excitability, irrilubihiy, ex-1 Iiaustion. prostration. Iiy.iteru. t-pitfius ana oilier aisir(sinir, nervotm symptoms com. moniy aiu-nuant upon tnsease or rue won eleep and reliuves srtondener. Dr. Pierre's Fa ikt a leKltlluute luetSlrine. eartrullv comjiouniled by an e.vp lienced and ckillf ul piosieian. nmt adapted to womau's delieate oriranijition. It U purely vetablo in its comjiosition and iiertectly liuriulrbs in its cftcc-tH in any condition of the !-tcm. For mornintr siekness, or imu?ea. from whatever cause ari'intr, weak stomaeli. inditrestion, dys- Sepsiaand kiudreil sj iiipl.ims. Hi i:: in suiall owe., will prove very In'iiellci.iL " Favorite Prckcrlption " in a pout, five euro for the nio-t complicated and o! Stinate cast's of ieueorrhca, e5i-e-:ivo tlowlnc, painful menstruation, unuattimt guppn-t.-iious', rrolapsus. or fatlini- of th womb, weak back, "female weaklier," nntererbion, retroversion, bcannsr-ilown ei nation,. ehronte totitrt r-tion. lntlammation nnd ulceration or tin- womb, in flammation, pain nnd tenderness iu inline?, aceompanieil with "internal hint." Ah n recnlator and piomoter of func tional action, at tti.it critii-ut period of chatiso from pirlhood to womanhooiCKnor:ti Tre Scription'Ms a ierfec!ly safe rci::d-nl iment. and can prcxlucc only irood results. It is equally cluc.icious aud vatuub!o in its etTcits when taken Tor those disorders and d nmire xncnta ineidint to that laUruud mit critical period, Itnown as " The Change of Life." "Favorilo Precriptlou,"wl.en taken In connection with the use or Dr. Pit-rco'a Golden Medical Discovery, and small laiutivo dnes of Dr. 1'ierce'a l'urt'otive IN Hits (IJttlo I.ncr rills', cures Liver, hulney ana Iiladder 12? tit HUH Of all kinds, Sheet Music, Etc. Sam ples may be seen at his residence. opposite Scuih E. Church. Write or rail n V. (). DKXXY, 3!o;;::l fit v. Mo. HOLT COUNTY i li sr II Ml II S s i: us 1 1 Ml 10 111 li c ji : si H ol I --' 11 01 r. ::i IL' r-T 1! 7.V II :r, 11 .17 S S7 ll : li pi! i: !Kl : :t': diseosi'S. Their coaibined us? also removed , bloo'i taints, nnd aboh.'icj eiimi.ri.ua and s s- I Ecrofulou3 humor? from the system. 4 .-I, ' --Fnvoritc PrcbcrijtIoa is the only 4 T7 i medicine foroinen.EoId by druircists.nudar 4 ii;! a pokilive Kunra-.itce, from tm oianu j -i i facturera, tliat it will jrivc satisructiou lu every 4 mi case, or money tv-ui im reiuniieu. inujruaran 4 y, I tee has lieen printeit on the bottle-wrapper, B 71 j and faithfully ciirricd out for many years. 4 n: I.arcr bottIe (100 descs) $1.00, of six ! M botlle. for S5.00. For lurce. illustrateil Trcatlso on Dlsia s of Women (l-JU paars, paper-covered), send ten cents i.i Etamps. Addrcu, World's Olspsnsiry L-cilsd issaclatioa, 603 Klallt lit, BITFALO, If. V. 4 er ii- iv ; m T in 4 !-4 K f R 7 4 :i: a iu .All fihlutiii-H ..... . I $ 10 ."I I S c wi.l rd-l thereto the lollowing, which are faiily representative eni.luy-metits: m FITS! When I say curb I do not mean merely to stop them for a time, nnd then have them ttr turn again. I r.xs A KADICAi CUIiK. . I hare made the disease of FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS, A life lone study. I warrant my remedy to Citric the worst cases. Becatue others bars failed I s no reason for not now receiving a cure. Bend at once for a treatise and aFBEKlioTTLa ot my Infat.liule RKMEDr. Give Express and Ton Office. It costs you nothing for trial, and 1 1 will cure you. Address H.G.ROOT.M.C. I83PemiSt.,NewYok mm -TV1 155 Ho WHi!"!aSa BkoviA b aned few iuoriii before conSacotat tmi torhooi "To MoTncss," mailed free. rem uon laborers I!ook:iinlrr oer in iker . ... Uriel maku Ilrlf 1.1 ler- ....... I'l i k-m lli MachlHiHts Wid soitTH. ..... ... It It nuiiieer- nrakenien JDJE). if.b.ouuu f 518 Francis St. Oyer Mice, I V, i n.issper day. . P. oo con f t v.e.-k. M Oil ..7.- per wee . J -.i.ihi siMiierneek. ISj'i .0 B B 6. Vr- !7tO 50,000 HoiniG?!WffTrBB lir S3le 59,009 Bbiij Plants, all Hrst Class st ky Frees. J.f-S.inl tu ioi:r rir..ertield ttiein f-r in e v.tl l.i.lke a tai.i.ts ef th- -nn! and eon.tuv .ul lli..l It I- lo U-!: 1.N1 !-.I.f-r t BUY I0ME-WH STOCK A.Mr-a"l orler to X. V. 7rIUItHAV, DANIEL. ZOOK; AltofaeF at Law. Beal Estate AfL Negotiator of Loans ti:Ci:ilN. MISS.iL'iil. Money t l.o.vi on Iiupi.iwd FnrnH in lolt t'oiiuty .it .Seteu l'i r ertii. No de'ay rtju Jill ilM-rfiiet. j. ii. ki:a!JN'ey, Physician and Surgeon, Ol'.Kf'.OK, MO. DHlee over Hindu 1'liiit.rii I.N drnu store. Itea U to wer .-.ili-i In either Medicine or Ml KTy. is l.-eo l-.) n .vi -r. to l.r..to i.eo per week. S1IO per XVeeK. 5 7S jier week. 4 no per month. -J!1"1 Vr iiiottili. Wa2es hro it ill he seen, average twice Ilie rate in Englan-I. Free trade means a cut of one li.ilf. To ho eotitintieil. AViiolAml The Tarilt. The vote on free wool was full of cn coiirnirenient for 'unir reformers. I.ouisvi.lu (l)emoera;ic) Courier Jour ual The above demonstrates the kind of tariff reform the democratic paity fav ors The action of the Democratic patty in plnciii; wool uhjii the lree list .-.Ikiwb them to be in tavor of class leis litiuti Hoolonly paj Sti.'j.OtX'.OOOreveiiHu while u;;ar pajs S5',0lH),CU anniiiillv. The former engages about l,W,00iJ flock master, while the kugit produc ers miniier about 60,000. Wool i rrotvn mostly in the Republican Slates while sugar is produced in the. Demo cratic states. Wool and sheep urowmg has greatly decrea-ed i-iuee the tariff reduction in 183. Its our own slate the number of sheep has decreased 6M 920 or over, one-thiid during thu past five years, ua-l now if the Mills bill should become n law (which it wi.l not, thanks to the republican senate) (he sheep industry would be entirely destroyed and the 1,000,000 flock nusl cis would have to enter some other b'l-me-s, prebaus growing cattle, hogs or liori-e.. This meansaddilion.il com petition in ti.ese industries to their de triuicr.t. And then with Ameiicaii wool out of the field of competition the wool growers of foreigu countries would be able t- advance the price of wool, even beyond the present prices. Well m-iy Ihe manulnetures oppose the put ting of wool on the free list as they see wiihiu live years, wool would be higher than now and that lo their detriment as freight would be against them. These would be tariff reformeis never contem plate future contingencies. They for get our coffee experience, and plate tin is to-day costing us more than when ( fully protected. Farmers should fully i contemplate that Ihe more and varied industries produced on the farm give him better prices for all During the past live years or since i the i eduction of the tariff on wool, many of the flick musters hive quit sheep growing and have gone tu growing wheat; there by reducing the price of that grain iu many places below the cost of produc tion Past experience is better than any theory. From a law the tariff i iiacted by Ihe Democ- mcv, farm produce was about one-third , l!riiVnt of St..luseh fir' j'rurx I'raetlrn experience fa ueart attested l the i.wnt d!- liiitfiiHlieit profesinr-i in lliu- e.Hintry and Ihe hio-d pro.miieiit eiiieii-iof St. .Io-epli. PRACTICE IMED TO DISEASES -OF THE AND r:onrei ot Instruction : remisjlvaiila fulles1". ieil.v!"i:r, I'a., 1S73. MediiMl and M:rie:il Cnt'lii.iie of The .Medlc.il I). rliiieiit ot :I.e t'iilver!ty of Al.ir hunt. Il..t!liiiorM. I'os: (Ini.uiate Slllilent ultll Prof. Jti'an, Kemoii'.iraior of Snrxerv at the Jelteriou Medu-.il t'oilese, rliitA.. "7'J "73. and the -loin: MupKi.i-. I'niver-lty, . ikiltiiiiore. .i.irh.ml. Brazillian Pebble Lenses Adjaslei! far all forms ofDcfsctivo Vision- Artificial Eyes Inserted. AN CPMON WORTH READING. To the E.Iitor of the ilai-ctto : It nIToriNiiie t;reat Hleantire to lie aMe lo yearleatliusniy I; Ihe alilil and skill dNpl.ije.l hy Or. W.l. Iloleler. id this city. In the ni:ui:it,emeiit oi de fective it 'lit. and his atteiitien toniv own eyes in pirlieular. Tlie doctor :uijui:ed and sup plied me speei.ietes llial are all ttial 1 eoiiid de sire. They enalde ine to read uiirtyai.dc:ell) ind proseeute -Lilly duties Willi comfort Jlid satislactiou. i:espetlii!ly, rili.xs VooisoNt I'x-Coveri.urol .M-iuurl. UEFEItEXCKS. T. Curry, On-Ki-n : M. S. Xorman. lien. J:u. tTraiK, Ex. tlov htl.is Woodson. St. .losepll ; Hon. (i. W. Mi-t'rary. late Seety. t ar and V. S.rlreuit .ludee. Kansas fltv. Colorado House, No. 11-1 mid 11U North Slid Street. ST. JOE, BEO., JOSEPH OFfESHEISER Prap'r. (Siieeessi.r lo 1. l.l'TZ.) THE BEST 1 DOLLAR HOUSE In thorny. Fine I'.edsia.d I-Irst Class Meats only J.'. eeiiti each l-'irst-l lass lt.lkeiv III lol.tiei-lioll -.ltll this Iiolif. Fin." hiineli of all Kinds The l:.ir at tills house is one ot the IIel in the city. Choice Wines, Liquors. Cigars, St. Louis and St. Joe Beer Firasn OX TAP. Good Billiard and Pod Tables. -IP if day m mi tnf; Cor. lintl :iul Fcli Streets, ST- JOSEPH. - - KSO GEO. W. SMITH, Pro. Puro Whiskies. Choice Wiues ani FIna Cijri always on hand. II:t!i!K ree.-altv 5nreii:;-st this ptace and fitted It up in t.f-1-cia-s tie, I r.-six-i tfullv solicit th' ',. ilreaaif"" of mv m.iny lio't eou:.ty friends wliii- in the city. Wi.l sie them nit n cordial x!eoaie. elitert-llll llieiu to the I est of my atulitv aim si lt tln.ni iiothhihut choice Hud pure goods. u::o. vr. smith. C. W. lUKENS, OUEGON, ailSSOUKI. Ori'iO over nvocat.s I rMithiK rSee cist rj n.s. All Aork var.'iui e.l '-'r-t e::i-. A irrsh .supply of lUtlied .lir w s on Inn"'. OlTiie hours from tt o li A. Ji., ud lion; 12 J lia'ol'tw tli Maud up. Fine (lold Wjik asyicla;i. ilto-j lea-tii-aUIe, H. T- ALKIRE, Attorney at Law, PiiliiG AuHiaisiratGVofHsIlCosiivMf., OltECOX, .MO. Will prT.etleeln. ill courts in o-l.ttisl 5!o; I'aiis;naiiil Nelirvska l'nir.ipt a!te:.ti".u tivu to alt business placed iu his nam:. Isdlrctiuuj ..r.iiiipUi iittenitcd to. '.if)t. M niktijuLitru. MONTGOMERY & ROECKEH Private Bankers, OUKGOX, - MISSOUKI -o!Ieetlons made and remitted for pn.wptly liileres: p.ud on imie deposits. Fori-itii exeliaiigf 1-oiiKtit :ni oId. Veisiiei!ia;:s4:iHlItlie principal cillen of llennaiiv. Eiilan.l and lrvlu.it. li-it.. nJi.si.i-eial ::rral!"i nieiits to collect 1 money due from estates in foreign conutriss. Taxes pain ioriioii-n-si..riu-. , Ttiearrsmiilsof husiness men and liuuttuuais n Holt eoiiutv respeeltullv M-ticlled. ESTABLISHED lSVrl. THE POPULAR FRESH FISH nee if bcttt-r tlmn "I") T" OrP TTT") A AT'", ! 1S5G to l n.,.ler, K L O I A U K Al 1 , i u.ii S. OPPERHSblBB. Pi'DPricta. DR. JOHNS. MEYER, YETEIMXARY SU11GEOX, A f;nidu:l" l Ihe Amerlran V erlliury ColUe. Slleeessur to Veil M ill" f Jlejer I, ,.,,teil III St. .Kr--I.ll. M- . ?- "r"";f -.Hi sirctt. Ml. .losepli r-si.Ie:!ie, J.o t-n. ..i.tn .-,th tr. et All -nl-s by m tIT or tel.-, ram pr.oiip'l atlemled t. Owners of tKk will sl;u ' " '"' joilN S. JIKYKR. S. S. I5EVEH, 31. !., Physician & Surgeon, OKKCOX, MISSOL'ISl. r.s. n-ar room In lliuman hiill.tlnr tel. niiin: r Sl.no for 13 rr. The I'l- EXHAUSTED VITALITY THE SCIENCE OF LIFE, tie peat Medical Work of the age on 5Isnhood,cerv oos and Physical De bility, rremature De- VUnW TMtQFIF.cUErromofTonth. nwi iiiawtoiBi i an a toe nntoia miser- , r , Fresh tnil at.J (Oysters u Sp emit?. Iv ro;ui--.!. -t-.rHv ur.ii.-.i, nsui aii!n-v in 1 onc-lmlf higher. Farmers if yon wi.-li j . . , s. . i..,.iiiHllun I II HUkbl land the Clieaper iaui m cumin, tu uuuu.-ui f. PnnwyMMmt tbrrm. SOo naces S va. IK oro- ,iml ilpstn.v our on n itidilstri 3 cription for all diseases. Cloth, full rdlt, only $1.00, nnd destroy our onn iimiisiu 3 fcy iall,sesled. mobtratlve sample free to siiyonoe The above view is from the Sitle Ol I and middle-aired men. Send now. The Gold and .... , . .... I Jewelled Medal awarded to theaothorby the Natlon- tbc Ililtish ninnufacturera. iVow let U- I jj Hedical Association. Address I'.O. Box lS95,Bos- , trine friim !io itritisli ' Msas.. or Dr. W. IL miKMs Rraauaw or nn Utterance Horn me Urillall . -on Medical ColIece.H years' practice in Bos- Ion, who may be consaked confidcntiallv. OtBcc, Meal, hi All Hour.-, 25 Cts. '- ".'.J ft LUfltb ,;,,U..r Ld-Vral one-nun niiiur. raiuic.13 11 jai. i.-ii ,i,,:t all.m.d K. l'lnnsier.. Arei.tsamt a return to those price, Toto for Cli-ve-1 Lodging Iifioiiis Connected, j 'Al'V, ,rl i"'t i.a' ' In 1 A KAILED ii'mmaio lanil nod so c.illcd tariff teforni, I. lit if 1 . . j iiinsir.it d Sih.ihii-- ai.d sen-utloiial'j'"iiriiai .ul.liili-it oiil'.iyiiierie.iiieoiiiiiiriii. St. Joseph, HO. pil!hart k'St FrMiiii Knnare, Nct?- YsrK you wisb liigti prices for your larni pro duce and clieap clothing.votc for Harr nson and protection. American. 203 !.dOM.nil Mreel. .Soulh Mile lurket iinire. uhildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. WANT 0tK Al ".lercnanc only) 10 aw ir ake n-orkitigmun's side. Mi J. II-1'ct i 1 I fer, secretary of a Diitisb liadcs iiniun, J "vat this oat. Yqu may never eee it acala. Ko. 4 Bulfinch St. Specialty, IJiea?cs of Man. When Baby was sict, we Rare her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When ihe became Miss, she clans to Castoria, When she had Children, ehe pare them Castoria. R.W.Tansii!&Co.,, 5 Male Ml., I M-i. ' Fltr.i: ! A 3-foot rr. ncU OI -, Oval Front. Nickel r Cherry CtsarShott Case; 5I-n h.uits only. Address at onie. It V. Ta.nsji.i. . ( t.., -;s at.ovi . CGSKLE'SiISsPiLLS This old K::sli.slt r.itaily Scdicinc la use for hfi Tf-ir-.:ll over the world, Tor lliie, Iaiistitina, Liver, kz. Of Pure Vsgstsbie Ingrsdicnts.