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iNibli.shcil Every Pridsiy. TERMS: SI. 50 PtR YEAR IN ADVANCE J )OUYXS & CUKIEY, Publisher. Friday, August, :il , 1888. NATIONAL TICKET. For Iresidenf, llEXJAMIX iiaiikisox, if Indiana. For Viee-I'resldenr, LEVI I". MORION, ol Xew York. A TARIFF PRIMER. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For (.overn-T. ei.ui:i:t k. ki.mu.yi..-., of Nevada. For Lieutenant (Snveroor. t;i:oi::K n. Wallace, nf Howard County. For Secretary of State. 1 W. MOTT, of St. I.011I. For Treaur r. A. It. FltOWKIX, ol Henry County. For Auditor, (JEOKCK W. MAltTIX, of Linn County, l'or Attorney fleneral, U I.. IIRIIM.HS, I Sed.ilia. For Recister of Laud., JOHN II. CHASE, nl Iran County. For Railroad Commissioner. ij. w. vi-miEU, ol Seilali.i. For Supreme Judge. JAMES BOTSFOUl), i Kansas city. Our Creed. We believe In a lire ballot and In baring ev mw l-Atn AimntiLiI We believe in protection for protection: sake aim m-iur urn a.Miaiutrii ii iis We brlieve In abolishing internal taxes creat- We believe In the direct protection of Amer- ilaii launr against cueap iureixu launr. We brlieve in free internal competition. We believe In railroad regulation. We believe In home-steads and good home stead titles for citizens. We believe In borne rule for big and Intelli gent territories. We believe in a double monetary standard. We believe in tlie utmost facilities for educa tion as worth all tliev can cost. We believe in a hie merchant marine ami In American shipyard. We believe in a good navy, cood coast de fenses ami eood water routes for coiniuen-u. We believe in making other nation respect our rights, and pay for all thev get from us. " -ticc jii imiieriuiK American citizens - ....... ... iiunx,ui5 Ainnitiiii uilAru: !lRl n,t fnmlmi in, u.......... .... .... . I .. ... I but In any part of the world. We. believe that nothing I too good for the soldiers who risked their lives to save the coun try, and saved it. Cleveland Aud Imported Labor. One of the results of the Congression al inquiry into tbe abuses and viola tions of tbe act restricting foreign labor immigration is discovery of the facl mat under the Cleveland administra tion the Government itself proposed to hire imported stone-cutters, although refusing to advance the cost of their transportation from Caslle Garden. Here is convincing evidence, found in a letter over the t ignature of the assittant engineer in charge of tho erec tion of the United State Custom Hotiso at Frankfort, Ky. It is addressed to a New York contractor for cheap, im ported labor, and reads: United State Engineers' Office. Cus tom House, Frankfort, Ky., July 10, 1888. I can employ on Government work quarrying and cutting stone 20 stonecutters ami 20 quarry hands. Stonecutters are paid 35 cents per hoar and quarry hands 15 to 17 1-2 cents. I am now working about 40 cutters, half of which are Italians. The work will last one j car. Can not ad vance transportation. WorK is located at Bcattyville, Lee County, Ky., on the Kentucky Itiver." It will be seen that the offer to cm ploy the foreign labor was made within the present month and that the Federal oflicical admits having "Italian" la borers already m Government employ. The party with whom he dealt for freshly imported immigrants has been, exposed by the Xew York pros as of unsavory repute aud as connected with the practical selling into slavery of his fellow Italians, whom he has brought hero and farmed cut like so many cat tle. Yot the United States Govcrnccnt, or rather the Cleveland administration employs this cbss of imported labor, despite the fact that there are hundreds of American stone-cutters idle who would gladly accept work from the Government. This latter unwillingness is vouched for by the secretary o? the Granite Cutters' National Union, who expresses amazement that a govern ment officers would employ Ircshly im ported laborers when so many Amsri can workmen arc becking opportunity to earn a living for themselves and their families. The exposure of the facts in the case is timely. Following so closely upon! tho Cleveland administration's award I of a large contract for army blankets to an English manufacturer over American bidders, it gives an inlinia tion of what may bo expected if tun Democracy is permitted to continue in its course of antagonism to Amcricm industries and preference for foreign politics and foreign labor. " XVIII. England s Custom Duties. We litre a 1-tge number ol questions on hand, received from subscribers anxious for information. We will an swer as many of shem as possible, and as briefly as we can.The first one comes Irom Bitiffton, Indiana: Does England have a duly on any of the necessaries ot life? Give a few, if any, ol the articles exported from tbi. country on which England charces duty. h Wc will give below the entire tariff i list of Great Britain. The rates are in ' English mouey. A pound () i $1.86; a shilling is about 25 cents.and apeuny 2 cents. AitTiri.Es e s. i. lleer, mum, spruce, the original speeitlc gravity not exceeding l'Jir. degrees, per lil'l i r. n Iterr. exceeding VJir, degress per bbl 1 10 0 ueer (omerj. ine won. ol which Here, before fermentation, of a specific gravity ol I 'a-.Tderess o 6 i; And so In proportion for any difference in gravity. Cards, playing, per doz. packs. 0 fhircury, raw or kiln-dried, ewt o Chlccory, roasted orgruuiid, lb o Chieeory and coffee uiKed.lb 0 Chloral hjdrate, II) o Chloroform, lu. .. u Cocoa, 1U.. o Cocoa, husks and shells, cn t....,... 0 Cocoa, or chocolate, ground prepared or luanv wav iiiaiuif.ietiin.fl n,s n Coffee, raw, cwt o Coffee, kilu-dried, roasted or ground lb 0 0 2 Collodion, gallon. 14 0 Kther, sulphuric, gallon.. ISO Kth I, iodide or, gallon o 13 0 Fruit (almonds and I'ates). free, dried, cwt 0 7 0 Plate Isold, per oz .... u 17 o I l.lTI I 1IV.II .it n Soap. transparent, in Uie manufacture ... i.,, -..mis iKivt- ui-rii ust u. ooi u 'pirit, brandy, (ieneva. rum and un- eiiuiucr.tted, gallon o Spirits, perfumed, Cologne-water, gillon o Spirits, sw.'etened, unemimerated. Ill bottle.not tested fora certain strength. gallon ' o Tea, lb . Tobacco, manufactured, lb o Tobacco, containing less than 10 per cent, of moisture, lb 0 Tobacco, cigars, lb o Tobacco, cavendish or negro-head. barrel o Tobacco, cavendish, manufactured in bond lilit Tobacco, snutr. bbl '.'..'Z 0 n ine. containing less than 26 degrees ltroof snlpits ,il,l a V Ine. containing lessYhaiUt degrees proof spirits, bbls o A ine.for additional degree of strenctli ocj -.iiu - uegrees, gallon 9 W3.p.0.mm 1888. And still I am in the field and to the FRONT, Leader in GOOD GOODS and BOTTOM PRICES. For the a u 0 o 1 3 U 0 11 I Will aim net nilO unit a eat nf Uarnoee anrl Ihnnui in a Buggy. Don't fail to see me before buying and I will do you GOOD. Just received the Largest and Best Selected Stock of Wagons, Buggies, Spring Wagons ! "I si j ana .ixoaa uarts Ever brought to the County. Will make you a Harness to order at no extra cost. Call soon and leave orders. TM. MARTI? OREGON, MISSOURI. 1 10 2 6 0 3 (82.00). Address, Established 1812. Uarrison and 3Iorton Bauncr. Denvek, Col , August 20. Probably Another political insignia, whether Democratic or Kepublioan, floats from ancb nn lminence as does a Harrison and Morton flng which yesterday was piaccti on top ol Curre Conti-Necdlc. The Needle, by tho way, is one of tho objects ol interest Tisiled by tourists to Colorado. It stands in the heart of Ulack canon on tho Gunnison, rising abruptly for nearly 2,000 feet. At its base the Gunnison river rushes, while opposite the Denver & Itio Grande mil road pur&ues its winding course toward the Pacific. The idea of placing the lag on such an eminence was projecled oy mis. A. u. t:y. bho confided her plan to an EnglUhmaa who volunteer to undertake the hazardous task. The first lime he failed and fell into the Gunnison river, but escaped injury ex cepting loiing his fl,,s The second was made aftor and afier mueh labor the flg was plac- ta r,n tmi nf thn I. . . ... iuc xvueute is oiif of the highest projections in Colo rado. At one place It rises perpen dicultar forty feet. The Englishman elimbed Ihis hy mat ing notches in the mountain anil c.'ituhing up them. The leat is regaidcd as a m.ist wonderlul one. ll;a'sLp II, I I , I I . till I i i i i i i i n tt PARKER'8 HAIR Rll QAM Ci nM anrl K- :C. U- t.; Promotes a luxuriant growth. nayer rant to Hestor Gray i rnt Indrnil ni hur failtnff XIX. Several Minor Questions Is there an internal rpronup tar nn anything except liq-iors and tobacco? If r ...i . au, Ull V, iJLll r The full list was given in Section IV of the Tariff Primer. We cannot re publish. Giuffin's CoitVKIis. K VTf home comnp.titinn rnflora iha ftnml a 1 .WHHV.u ,UUUd Clieaoer than KnrIislh trnnrla. thi-n r.f Huai. uc is me proiuctive tut m.-' Also, would like your views upon the suuieci oi a protective larut encourag ing aud augmenting monopoly. Xbe number of articles Hint nri nrn. I f" 1 duccd as cheaply as in Knglaud is small. Hence the assumption in the first ques tion is untrue. As to the second question let us ask our correspondent.what is- n monopoly? ine word tins been 60 misnscd bv dem agogues of late years that many people do not know its real meaning. Webster uelines it as "Sole permission or power to deal; exclusive command or per mission." Consequently, there are very few monopolies in this country. The Standard Oil Trust has a monopoly of that product, but the tariff has nothing to do with it. The Sugar Trust has a monopoly ot refined sugar, being a combination ot American refiners. I' th sugar duty were cut down.tht; trust would break up -ant! this is the Repub lican stand, as the sugar duty is the only one that has failed to build tip the home industry, for the simple reason that there is only one stale Louisiana whete the soil and climate are adapt ed to cane-raising. Trusts are not the result of the tariff. because the first Lnowr were otgantzed in 1818 in England, two yeats alter she adopted free trade. She has a coal oil trust, though coal oil pny no duly. We have in this country a coffee irut. or ganized this summer, which has put tip prices, yet coffee has been on the free list since 187:1 Several persons ask fniestions about the Mills bill, answeis to which can all be found in the atticle gtvin" a synopsis of it, on the fifth page of the Meekly Wade tot Augti.st 0. JUltissA, Il.i.. Please explain through vour v.iln.-iUlo c.iii,m,.oi,,.u-.... farnicis "are protected bv tli nrns-nl duty on wheat, as we have a surplus Is wheat the only thing the farmer ratsesr ine duly on wheat keeps out the Canadian product. A Toron-o paper, recently.in cpe.iking of tho cam paign in me Lmtcil Stalls, said: would be a blessing to Canadian farm crs if the United Stales should adopt free fade. They would find a maikot for their surplus grain at Chicago, De troit and Xew York." As we have slated in previous ariie'tt. the tin u coming when India whsat can be laid down in our ports for 75 cents a bushel. Then there is not a farmer in the land but will want a higher tariff imposed on wheat. MAHinV. K'lV Tf (ran (ra.i I . I , .. 1 1 ui(3 n tendency to make low wages why is it lhat I.a l ! I " J. . it " i'.uu au much better in free-trade England th.m iney are in protective Italy,. Germany and other protected old countries? We have treated this matter at length in previous issues. It is n fact tint wages are going down in England and rising m'the protectionist countries of Europe and i ising-faster in the rrnnn,. try which has the most complete pro- wiaive lariM uermanv. In ni.mv in dustries wages iu Germany are as high as in England. We are aware that there are wages tables Dubliahml. which were compiled several years ago, which show a wide difference in Eng land favor; but this state of Ihinos U , no longer true. Wascs hava risen un der protection and are declining under ireotraiie. ihe claim that free trade make higher wages is absard and is in capable of proof. Reading, Pa.-In last week's issnc ol the Blade is a table showin- how much hiirher the are in America than ii England. Tho oUierdaya "tariff refotm" or free trader armieil u-itli m iimi it ..... fair lo compar American and Enirlish I wages; that tbe condition of the two I TV1'1 Editor f thrCaz. tte. It aflnr.ls me sources, etc.. worn m r wiir. .i;rr,.., ntir ,m ... i" 1'f: lb.it it was perfect blindness to com-! i .."s ":"'J.'"' attention to my own ejci n.iru nm wit i ln mi,., ..u.., n i 1 i'i mr .inj wsu-u aim sim- I'O. "XOU 1 1 ikrm n n 11 . w.,..,j,,,. , iuisc countries are. mure .....i. .. " nsarlv alite 1 "'-"" iwieiiiiiiy, Then he confronted me with the American Almanac for 1S8J, which, on page 103, shows that wares are nearlv twice as high in England as in Ger- lT Hid mn.., 1.''. . Is Ail Excellent Quality In Man or Woman. Many nersnns am pyprrlcmn if hu roiimn onri miimn nnnAdAA j r - wwii i mj wwiniiy uiiu iiianiiit uui Olldo AC fnnm nnn nf 4fia Innnnri a4aaIa i a w win uiiu ui me laiycoi aiuuAd Ul UUUUd UVct UrQUufll 10 lOTlII, BOOTS and SIS nl Mil GOODS. Are now being placed on our counter and we invite inspec tion. We can give you Prices That Win. And you will be correspondingly happy. NEW POINT, MO. .onn ,v't Ti-Avwm-'T .. . 3lilllfn vitin u irli r.ni.r n..t..t it 1 1 J ...... wl, wmj iivm uti-n ui BIG MONEY!! - - .hci.- hiui uit-oniy 4HUC1HI nvtn or CLEVELAND anb THURMAJ ! -ON- Bottom Farms And All Lands In Holt County. Iiitoioczt: ranannnliln inl 1.1 . ...... 11 . and time to suit the borrower. For information, call on ltin ift. Vnfiiinul Yr..-1 tjs..h....j r-tt j ... . V. y ,. a'wiuwk uu every iniro Friday and at the Kiverside Hotel Craiff on Saturday oi each month, or, address me at Elm Grove Holt MORE THAN NINE-TENTHS of the Spices and Condiments used are adulterated. To introduce Pnrfi SnioAa j,- n . . vi u uxu ecuuuig au over ttxa ootuiQy (charges paid) our I,lJItITX', ibrand SPICE BOXES, oon- taining foil weight, quarter pound can each of Ground Allfmlrvi Oinnsmon. Cloves, Ginger, Pepper and Mustard. Sent bv'mnil l'or eroreaal to anv addromi in the U. S or Canada, upon receipt of MARKELL BROTHERS, PACA 8PICE MILLS, BALTIMORE. MD. 0 YOU WANT A FENCE? IF SO, SEND FOR NATIONAL WIRE & IRON GO'S Illustrated Catalogue! Detroit, Mich Wroutrht Iron Fence. Rnaf Cresting, Jail Work, Wire Signs, Bank & OiTIca Ratline WIt,tyh- Guartie. Wire T.ntliliif anil mm description of Wire Work. h Thfi Rfist WatsrproolGcat mm -w H CV U!i U KM JJIbA MUUUI DinUwiiteTournionfTonapinrf nirmat. T?i n.II KBANIiPIJ.-crT IiabMIutcljr .i''fii 1 v.t fsti. jn.l ir-il kip vu drv In tho lnr!f-i .! Ask fordo "FISH HRANIi1 si i K iLi.i taVniif,ii-t'. If our tr-Krrf-T i' ... lr m A KB. I . ,l. ,.,.....i i i, . , tdan in France. He also held up to me that the tsriff i much hichcr in France and GiTHianj- than in England. Will you explain In the Blado why wages are lower in Germany and Franco with a lusher tariff lhan In free trade Knz land? The free trader states the case back ward. Kngland is the only Kuropean country in which the mode of life, cus toms of the people, conditions of living, etc., arc like our own, and hence the only country with which we can com pare our own with anv nronrictv. He needs treatment for mental blindness badly. The table in the American Almanac for 1887, as you will me by referring to j ine vuitime, is a comparison four years ago. As staled m to a prerious question, the conditions are rapidly changing, and what was true in 1884 is not true in 1888. Wages are going up, in Orniany particularly, which i ihe only European country that has a tariff which, though infer ior to ours, i really protective. IVhr did you not take the next table on the same page, showing the comparative tctail prices of the neccsiirics of life. and refute the freo trade argument that hying is so much cheaper in England than in Ih is country ? The table nroves it clearly. FAKIIiCl.T. Vivs Kni-liwml fin. i couple of articles clipped from a farm i;injr mm nas circulation throughout Minnesota. Iowa ami Ilnk-tii-i i iv,., fanner benefitted in exactly the same ratio or tins noine maiket as is ihu age worker bv the ed through protection? T!ie articles referred to so over the utock arguments ol the free traders that nave been shown tip time and again in tho columns of the 15!ade- (1( that "the consumers pay Ihe tariff and a srond big proGl to Ihe manufacturer besides m that "we have to pay 0') ner rent more for manufactured gods wade in tDls country than the same "oods am soni lor in foreign countries:" CU Hint "the flour from American wheat cannot be bought at the mill here for less num. ey than it csn at Liverpool or London ;" and the following, which is considered a 'clincher": (4) Protectionist nover wi-sri- r.f luti-- iiigabnnt our magnificent foreign export trarta. 80 per cent of which is agricul tural muducts li enough to believe Ibat Europe bun all these farm products from us at higher prices than ihey can get them for clse wheteoral home? Ot courso crerv body knows that our exports are sold at prices made by the world's demand, and ibat such exports made the prices ujj muruuicu hi. uome. auw, here is submitted a plain, business proposi tion to the farmer (if ilw ITni,..l Ci....... . - ..... vii, SJ,,fclC9. lou are sustaining the highest scale of ".ifcui uuiMiie ui your own vo.-ation in the wurl l; you are doing it by racing produce at ihe world's price, les the t-Okt of irpinnd- it , it.r. ...... i.n.. markets; or, lo simiplily Iheprnpost- ..uu, uu r su-iaming tne highesi wages in the wor'd by raising the cncapesi larra produce in the world (I. This is a lie, so olien refuted that it becomes wearisome. If there is CO per cent profit in manufacluniic farm ers to whom the above is addrecil arc idiots for not sellii.g out and puititi" Iheir money into manufactures at onee xne wnoie tree trade argument is scat tered to the winds ol a Democratic per, the Nashville American, in an arti cle reproduced on the fourth page of ineneeKiy IJIade for August 9. tins is a lie, pure and s-niplo. e challenge the pronl, as we have done lime and again, f.l ) This is sm.iUi lie. Wheat is about Sl.t'o in London as against 90 cents litre, and flour i porpoilionally higher. (4 ) We have traversed this aigument a number f times ; we now ik, how would free trade heip this alli-.'ed condition tnings for ihe fanner? Would it in crease the priees of pioducla? Wuiil.l the MiuneMJta faimers b benelhed In- an influx of wheat and other lai ni kio- ducts from the Domimoi ? The revolu tion that it would make in the economic S3stem would be to drive ten- of thous ands of mm who now live by manti factures imo farming, and millions ol capital, now engaged in industries, would be pat into immense Inrms and s'ook ranches. There would be an enormous increase in our agriculture products, without the slightest iu the loreign damand; and the tens of thousands drivcu out of the cousutuing class to become conipetitois with tin- farmers would cut off the home market just that much. We know that mp.nv The treatment of many thousands of coses , , t. n . i. iJiwinl. n. ...I. .. , . : . in iooi , ftllinents neculiar to femalin. nt the Inv.ii.i.- the reply i !,Iotcl,n?? Sui-Kical Institute, Hutlalo, j y.. importance that a farmer buys that are controlled by combinations. (2.) There is probably no schedule in the tariff that has not been changed since Ihe war. The duty on calico was cut down in 1872, the present duty being then fixed. Calico was 25 to 35 cents a yrd during tbe war, a d ab .ut 12 1-2 in 1675, we think. We instanced the price on calico as proor that ihe consumer dues not pay the duty, as it is a clear and convincing one. XX. Thi Kmc nue System f,im, -,,.,.,! Which is Ihe greater burden on the FOX ALX DISORDERS OF THE Stomach, Liver and Bowels take PACIFIC 3TRICTLY VEGETABLE. 25i.i'??CI,B' "IT onpJatotn. W of A? 'k01"?,8 N""n. Jnillee. etc. , Ptcinc misumcturug'co.. st.'louis. ml '-.i.i.-i umuen on the people, to raisa the revenue for the r.a-' ( T T? "NT "NT "7" lion'- vxpeuscs by a protective tariif. or ' -LJ-jlNlN I , I... l.-.. .. i j me 3 siemr iiere ate the I ueai.kk in figures for the Untied States and Eng. , - U- - ma f lanu, tor tne liseal year 1S8G, from the ' r'1nV9 "Iflf Jl JId ollieial stntiti ' r Injr and tborouhly testinic ronitdies for tho .. . . -. i '..I.... n iuvuiiiu ijmmuiiif. . , - - ..... "jl . r. i-wrce', lavorno rre.cripilon i ,.n:..:.. i i. . is the outRTowtli. or rrsult. of this urrat nnd iiiiai. r.yery irienU of pro- valUKlild ezpciience. ThuusaiuU of tt,timi- i tection should nt rt- if 1. I nlata, received from imtlunts nnd Irotu nlijbi- . . aulnlm P'tstneit as showing dan. whf hAvr tnttjif it in ftif ow.-n tho real hnntm. tvl.;..i. : . ... t vatcd and obstinate casts Vwih had nSfli"d " ,u a C(,ua- their skill, prove it to bo the most wonderful "5 remedy ever deviwd for the relief and cure of i The sritil, ,.,, , . sutferlnK women. It Is not recommended es a "L ,5r",', government raised the cure-al!." hut as a iuoBt perfect Speeitlc for following revenue from ihi. ,o woman 8 peculiar nllmenta. I. ,,-,-"ul- irom me sources , Aa poirorful, InvlKoratlns; tonic, indicated during the year 188C- and to tbe womb and iu appendants in ri,.,'.!1" run.! nnn H..MII..,...! 4 t. tn I lIKl.nil X.l . till... Tax , uii-...j,.i. uruiuuieu itncnrrs, naiuucrt?, , vi ,,,,..: drcesmukers. senmsf mm. "liiin-i.-iVI ' I '''"1". keeiK.-1-s, nureintr inotliers, nnl fi-chle wt.men i ijt-uuritii-, nr. i-icrtf (, ruvoriio JT scription ' i.,, . "m," w mu trmuif l oinnij- docii, in Uik linissualc-d j:," ., as an nppctizinir eonlial mul nstoiutive tunic, i ...,. . ,' A a ootliliiK and reiiKheiUiif ; ' nervine. "l avurite 1'n-scnntif.ii" ii nn I V.1;'"::1 "u' t-aal 3ualeil and is invulunbl,- in ullaj itic ami sub alag nervous excitaliility, imtahiiitr, ex haustion, proatration. hyntena, Fpusms and w.ui. uuib,mii,, nri ,fiiv f llllUli:H COm- I T. monly attendant upon functional und organic : cxI'e"w3 of ilw g'lveriiiiuut were ai, u.i,u nf ,1... ,..l. I. . sleep and relieves mental anxiety and dc- Dr. Picrcc'n Favorite Prescription - -vr"---" uivuji-jjir, eiirLiuiiy compoundisl by nn experienced nnd Fkillful physician, and udupteil to woman's dtlicate organization. It is purely vegviatile in itg composition and perfTtlv harmless in itB pfTi-tia it, anv ... in .1 .',.. . . . t V.. . . . . i - roorninjt sickness, or nuiicca. from wlmterer !M.iiji:n IT.ir..ii .'j.!.ii;o UJ.K.M.-, '.HVj-a, 4i.si2.i.r, ,T.-:..il iVts.liio .s".l(l Total lncfi'iic w . ..sit-1.!!" "v" .'t-vrii.iji, ui 9 i -v..... it min uiMin repsiaanii itniiireii sympt imp. its uw, in emaU ".""f ""ired UiHercnt tr.l-. ami artUI ... j. ..... nj uti'i mi:-, i: vrOI ...... "ravorlto Irccripiion" Inaposl. five cure for th ipoit roniplirntnl and ob stinate cas' sof leucirrh a, cxciMiive llowintr, psinful meiutrimtlon. unnatunil siippriMlons, prolarsns. or falling of tho womb, weaS back, femalo weakness," nntevcrsion, ictnivrmtm. bcarinir-down censations, chronic corwciion, inaHiutuation and ulceration of the wouili, in flammation, pain mid tenilcnitfs in oaric?. accompanied with internal heat." t, . PS uiiu jiruiiiuicr oi runo- ."'. ,uab LriLitm i-iiiui t nangE, l'il:;I.itlon. sr. jtn rni Kxj-iise jH'r iMpit'.i, ISjt l,,ij,b,'l3-7ll'w-w.'l'''nliiclii.il,- fii ihr United KIiiK.!-.mi thetv wt-rr- l--.l'TII liuv I,:'"I",r, or one to every W inlial.t- w'lTr''''!,'"'-' ""' '.'""r ri""'r '"t retli ar?i l. "',he ""mI,"r ",e I'-"'l-ert mi w,ie!'.V5 ,H ".""" 'Ton m.,r.. than of iMinras iu the same fiscal tear, 188C, tbe re yenue of the United States government was as follows: I'rom custom i--av w Jn.ni shI.-s f pM. ;,n V-5lSe li Irom pr.ilit on ejiu..i- bullion ,1.- IlHll -Mil. Ms..-. 1 . : Kri.m t..x(, ;, NalVi'aV'iliVk". 'm'mi ,l at- I 3,T)I,817 ltt Of all kinds, Sheet Music, Etc. Sam ples may be seen at his residence, opposite South M. E. Church. Write or call on (-'. O. DENNY, Mound City, Mo. HOLT COUNTY Bcriptlon ia a perfectly pafe rrrri!iul apent, ' ."tatnl latiil , Tlien taken for those disorders nnd deranire- i jutn "f Jmli.-iu land i VW tii I'nrsi inrunr intnor itrer nmi t f nun hium i...... T MAWn.l I. ......... f..T'I... .. . . , i "Favorlto Prescrlplloii," when taken In connection with the use of Dr. Pierces uoiacn jieuicai uiseovery. and small laxative doses of Dr. Tierce's Purgative I'ellcts (Littio j.iTer riusi. cures Liver, ki diseases. ililniw .. .. .( nt.jj Thoir combined use also removes From .sinking fiin.U.irVvY.Trierai'il ay-. r"".eamriitVriVlerV"oy I'aeiflc milw.iv Iii'll !'lIeS ,'",,'lc hulld- Fmiii sales of 'piTerniiieiit" pro- blood taints, and abolishes cancerous and i eernfiiloim humnni f mm tn evetcm I "rarorlto Prescription' is the only . F"ni iininiiarrfimd"" " ' uwan.a.vv, uuui LIIU Uliltlll- lacturcrs, that it will (rive satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. This guaran tee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper, and faithfully carried out for many years. Large bottles (100 doses) $1.00, or six bottle lor $5.00. For lanre. Illustrated Treatise on Diseases of women tKi lumi ntmrvtmMHt ...... .1 . cents n stamps. Address. World's Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Slain SU, BVFTJUbO, N.T. 'HENDERSON 103 & 1U W. Ninth St.. KANSAS CITr. HO. The only Specialist in the O'ly irto it a Bemilar uraduate in Uedieine. Oier 20 tears' Practice. 12 years in Chicago. THE OLDEST IN ICE. ARD L0R6EST LOCATED. iiuKtionzpa Dy toe sitste to treat Cli ronlc. Nervoos nd Special Bl ouseii," seminal Weakness might 'imirtr). Nervous Debility, Poisoned nlond.l'lcers andl-welllnKa of every all troubles or oKea.es in either mair ui M-uinie. vum miaranieea j . 1 u. ... vunifira iuw. juDDnnaiol cues cured. Experience is important. All medi cine, ate guaranteed to be pure and eOlcaclous, tieins rnmpunded In my perfectly appointed lab-iratory. anil are furnlithed ready for ub. K riinnine to drug mores to have uncertain pre scriptions rilled. No mercury or injurious tnetil clneaused. Nodetentton from business. Patlenu at a instance treated by letter and express, medi cines sent everywhere free from (raze or break age, blate your case and send for terms. Con ultauou free and confidential, personally or by From deiHitH by lii.tividiudsTTr f,.,,.-,.lis 1IU1!C1.1!II4 I-romrejemie, of the Dlstrlrt of I ..Iiiinlua Fpini miscellaneous swirci-s!" Total onllnary receipts MTI.mci rr: 6- The expenditures of the United States lor tlie same year were m fnll iws: For civil expenses 5 S2.072 r! 27 v ,;v ;.v r : : ". : "w 7.ib.ki For pensions .. ..." For tlie niilitar- estnl.lMunVnt. iTi clndins riwrs and harbor and lortlie luvai est,il,I,ei,r i- Iiiflm-r ves.sels. machinery, ami improvements ,t ,1;lvv jani.,... .'.f ."''";";eoiis exheniinre. and eollcctiiis the re venue F'.T "P''litnr.-i oiracvouiirof the Ihstrn t of roliinilia... . For the sinking fluid NURSERY 50.000 HoE-Groifl Trees for sals 50,000 Berry Plants, all First- at Low Prices. 1X,-Z.9 IT I 3TA S"H.TIT) 13 C't.V-." JJ .'-1 3ir.iw 7-. t',i7..H.-n 01 s.l!M,tei ta 73,trjy,IoI 79 SHr'I.Ra I5.ui.ta; sa K,er.M7 4.; l,fti-;i .-r. 47..Jt.57T Si jaSSeii.l In vour order, or hold them fur n " - ,!. lliMr n , ..u.u,s ,i 111 iituiii.. alio. coui.ncejoulbat It is to VOl'i: INTEItKHT BUT HOME GEOWH STOCK AiWre-s all or Jers to X. F. aiUIMtAY, Kim CJnivo, 3I. Total e.s... onllnary exrinllli:r- . $31.vr..t is T1AAV, V -. T, -. a . nl III rV . sent , "WVA sealed in Dlain envelono llh,vlr.(-.f Inr 6c. In stamps. Kvery male, from the ace of 15 to , should read this book. RHEUMATISM THE GREAT TURKISH RHFIIIIlTIf! nilRP " J ' mi. irraunrot mi. U, I cur. or hlp. Urcstrflt dltcoTrrr lo aDDala I - ,,ur uua ptr, rpurr ; I,w I Quae, rrmoTM tnrr ami ,alo la joiuu : I Cure eorarMft In & lo T CM,. Setiil aula. I r f IT" "& ,um ''" Clrcolari. I Or.HENDERSON.I09W.8L.KTiM!ciS!M? WliU-h, win, ;1. -;,: .i-mi. "-"" -J ropiilatioi, I.tix4) i,jo. ' - txjten per eanlti S3.-.1 ft--tti.in.il debt ai.-,t ?,lu!ij0.(VHitiH)l. J .ml on .,.,t ,,! , tr-.isurv, 4toi.l7l.ft97. In'uln"m'l's. " I'"'l-er to e.teh III balwiiyrrTC''"" """cted 011 nil,ky and fo- Any tliinfcinjr man ran sttulr thi.n ' figures with pr fit to himself. T," 0 .e ; pie ot the United State, do not under stand tho nxrellencc of their p nt-ctivn system, or titer would not entertain a propo-ilpjn to chance it. I Aft VVIIk FITS! Then T sntr f-Trra.-. T 4a -A . . Jtop thcra for a time, and then have thsm r turn attain. I jiba.v a KADICAL CUB& . I I hare made the disease of ' FITS, EPIXEPSYor FALLING SICKNESS, i " I Loo Caiiixs were, in tlie Ilarrison-Tippe canoe campaign tif 1SI0 erected in the large ci: tes and virnces, and used for holding politi cal tneelintrs. U.irrels nf hard eider were placed in front of the cabins, and the "Lo Cabin lnrd-ctder campaign of MO" has passed into his ory as Ihe most enthusiastic of our politicid cnt tests. I)g Cabins have for t is reason a permanent place in American history Warner's I.ng Cabin s and Ilnehu IScniedies und "'i'lpperanot" tonic bit ters haTC secured p. perman nt n'ace because ol their excellence. W.C.Botelor. 518 Francis St. o?er Posloffice, ST. JOSEPH, MO Resident of St. Joseph fin yrnr. Tractiea experience tat Urnr attested bv the Most dis tliiuuished prolessors In tli country and the most priimiiieut cilizeiit of St. Joseph. PRACTICE IJMITED TO DISEASES -OF THE- AND EAR EYE Colorado House, No. 114 ami 110 North 2nd Street, ST. JOE, MO., JOSEPH OPPENHEIMEE Prop'r. (SueeeviiT lo F. I.I'TZ.) THE BEST 1 DOLLAR HOUSE In the riiy. Fine Iteds and First (lass Meals only 35 cents caeh. First-Class KUKery 111 conneei.oii nun tins House. Fine l.unrhes of all kinds. The liar at this house Is one ot the Beat lu the city. Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, St. Louis and St. Joe Beer FRESH OX TAP. Good Billiard and Pool Tables. opm m m hut. farmers have a haul time of ii, but free lSTot?5SS!SK trade would not help then, The .lay u SASSSSESS lot you. Addresi oanasiu.i, witn iron nun steel limine?. rapidlj coming when our larniers will be demanding higher tariff on their wheat to keep out Indian wheat. Free trade cannot benefit them, but it can injure them enormously. Tbe dema gogues n ho tire filing iheir ears with conscienceless lies like th sc quoted above arc their worst enemies. We thould be glad to publish the list of prices of agricultural products in ruropeau countries if we had them. If it is possible to procure them, we shall yet do so. Downs. Ivavs In ir ..,.,- r I -- -. . IJ .... . lJ ' O.d Hay seed" you have omitted the iitct inai an tiapie goods nowadays manufactured iu ihu United States are under the rigid controlling powet of a combined trust, organized for Hip pur pose of iliroitling competition ,,rd nlvim? the Ihanuiaetiireil xrimls ..i.K- ;., such quantise as will command cx trayagont p. tees. Wr. Editor, m all candor, are not tho-e combined trusts (1) the ditect nutgrowtli of high tariff legi-Iation, and does not the large pro ms arising inereitom una their way di trial, and It will cure von. H.C. ROOT.M.C. l83PEMtST.,NnTon The I.iirliiiton System Of nearly C000 miles of Steel Uail.wcII DANIEL ZOOK, AtloraeyatLafJealEslaleAft. Negotiator of Loans, t)i:Et:t)X, mim.s;)ui:i. Money to Loan on Iniprvet Farm. In lalt County nt Meren per rent. Xo delay HSdS Ull, perfct. J. IS. KEAIJXEY, riijsician nml Surgeon, OUEOOX, MO. ofllc. over llin.Iu It rinli.riek's drin store. Keadv to answer rail in either niedieiue or su Kery. THE "OASIS," Cor. 2ml nml Felix Streets, ST. JOSEPH. - - MO GEO. W. SMITH, lro. Pure Whiskies. Choice Wines ana Fine CisTrs nlway on hand. Ha'.in n-eemly purchased lids place anil fitted it up in tirst-cl.iss stle. I resprettnlly ..li.-lt th. '-ntrniiafr of mv ni-.nv 11. .It eiainty tiiemls nlslic iu the eity. Will s"ue then, all ii eo.-.lial v.. le..iiie. entertain tlieni to tlie l.est of 11! v alulitv and sell tlieni iii.tliinbnt elii.lce and pure ci..Js. GEO. W. S3IITII. C. W. lUKENS, IRADFIELD'S REGDLfll Ull A snrrirris nm WOMN'S lllSEASES ITH 41 roftu, loi.tT nd "-"glr OKEGOA", MISSOU1C1. Ofllee over Aili.cte Priiitluir nfllre east nom- All Mirk warranted FiMt-rla.... A IresI, Mipplx id Vitalized Airalwa) on lianrf. OSIee liour from S to I2.. it., and Innu 12 tw B I'. Jt. Si t ot teeth ...."a. 00 and np. Kme tiold V)tt a sin dally. lriees n-:e unable. 1.-....:.. 1 ,1 I uu i.ipiipMiuui Liiiu.eeii..u vv;tL ott ':!00 I'.isen2er Trams D.tilv. travi-istm - 1 Ihe great Slates of .Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Colotado Minnesota and the Territories-, with trains made up of rullman 1'alaee Sleep ing Cars; Ihe liuilinglotrs Celebrated Dining Cars, and improved Modern ' Free Chair Cars, is umiues'ion-ibh- the 1 House tor tiavelets to take going East, West or Xorth. Three Daily Fast Trains between Kansas City and St Joseph, Atchison, ; Leavenworth and Quiiicr, ISurlmgton, 1 ivoria, anil Chicago without clianije. ! Two D.tilv Fast Trams between Kan- sa City, Ciineil lllutls Omaha, Sioux J VETERINAKY SUItGEOX, City, Des M.t:.i:s, .iniifai.olis and Si. ' ,,.,, . .... 1 .ml, with no ciiane. ifoiircr. sui-ressr r Vi.u.M.ite . ;i.-er j t is loeided in St. .I.-pli, Mo., . 217 Si.utt I wo rast D.iilv Train lietu-eeii l..n. .'lli.irtrr.iSt.Jiisei.il residence. Xi, 4n;.iniiti . .... o. , . .... t-'"' Mre-t. Ml ral' l.y m.i" or tel.-iram pr.it.tl.v atten.le.1 t... iiuiier of atnek mil do well to Ri,e liir a rail. JOHN .s. .MF.YKK. H- T. ALKIRE, Attorney at Law. Mas MMiistralor of Hdt Conny. Ir ORECON, MO. Willprartieeinall courtNln Northwest Mb; Kansas and Nebraska l'r'.inpt altriitlnii irlTm to all InrsmpsH pl.-urd lu liilianu. t'ollretlons -roiuptlj alteiukd lo. DR. JOHNS. MEYER, I.WHIT, u. nisi ru,-.i,,ii ; remnylvanla rolleg.., Cettsslmn;, Ta., Is?'. Medical and Sunrk-nl (Ira.lu ite of Tlie Medical lteiiarliiieiit of tlie University of Marsl.iud. Ilalitlinnrt' l'ost liraduate Student with Prof. Mtars. DeiiMiiMrator of Sunrerv at the Jx'Herson Medical follefie, I'liila., 79 t, ami theJoiui. Hopkins fuiverMty. j..uii.iire. ji.irtianu. Brazilian Pebble Lenses Adjusted for an lurms ai uei-nxivp visinn aptif,fi.i eyes in-seriea AN OPINION WORTH READING. ;.H, a, I ln . ..Tl1?. ,,:H ",r !."M.'1'1 s'P- --". 1 i'."--" ,i.-s iimi arean inai 1 couw fle- compare England, France anj t ?ir,J- rl'ey enalile me t.i read elearlyandeasily Ex-(!overuor oi Missouri. KEFEULWCL'sJ. T. Curry, Oregon : M. S. Xorntan. On. .lat erals, l.v. Cm-. Slla Woodson. St. Jose.li ; lion '- w MeCrarv. late Srt'. I Mai and IT ESTABLISHED 1872. THE POPULAR FRESH FISH RESTAURANT, S, OPPEHHEIMEB, Proprietor. Fresh Fish and Oysters a Specialty. : ueais at au iiottr, 'Jo CIS. Lodging Rooms Connected. rectly into the tills of the manufacimer 2'riu",Ai?t,K theCHASOi prura. m x- ' i . , . . rilTrriiiir mid duiker -.111 ta m-MaA. tV-.s! n u" afiiiy juu icu us wnero is me I twuk"a4ss4;! 70 Wov -MjjirfWL MrV.TnrrATTnw i3JS ',SrI'h Alchi.on and ONTHtYKNEq. DenVCr' WUh0Ut " A1A,Y MCKWaESS. , Ti,e line earrvino- thn m.r,rn,an, fast mail, between the East and Ihe eorurjetiiioo? (2) You also cite "Old Hayseed" to ,L. . .1 . ... . , . t me lui:. nmi inr. lanu uuiy on calico is h rents per yard and that the present Drices in Toledo, or 4 1 2 to r, n.,f . .. yard ; in proof that the tariff has no'h ing to do with our home manufactured poods as to nritM. Plna.n tells h.. the 5 cent duty was plated on calico. , M.I -,.,. .l... . I . - ,1 KIIUVI 11.11. l-ruillijsi.;i,n;(.;j - anil what was the price of calicoes at that EXHAUSTED VITALITY a. JTWiE SCIENCE OP -- LIFE, the jrreat Medictl Work of the an On MinhoorLXerr. ons and rbyslca! De bility, Tttmiisit De- KNQlV THySFIF..rofTonth. let eopneqnnt thereon, soo s to., m nrt I nmillUafa Mil f irilatm Kaaffl t. U .7, far Wc.-t. Any ticket agent can givo you maps-, and tun - table of this well known route, or you can address I II. C. OUR, j (Jen'l Sou' h west em Passenger axent, j Ktnsas City, Mo. Or A.C.DAWES, , Gen'l I'assctiKer and Ticket Arnt, ' St. Joseph, Mo S. S. 15EVEU, 31. I)., Physician S: Surgeon, OKEflOX, MISSOURI. im-e ut stair, rear room In iMincan luiIWi l.-it tot'ity Hotel. BALLARD'S 8M0W LINIMENT rlnlnl T ..k t . . . 1 . tiaiur it. nut a jact Hint inn o cent -.t. .. 1 1 . kyJ pro- duty on eahno was m war ma.,nrn. n.t Kn".jrS!.y'a. f. th. wilSmr.rVw 7r - - - . , j, - ...'.via.i , t- p iiii:,; irvt: iu ail Tnurij- . , . . . .u K1.,u...,. , were 1101 iiaucues eil over tne conn. - ".s.u-.ir men. eiw coir. TUe (,o d and .iitiQcnrwiTpsin or mnaramji- tersof our merehant nt Ih.l f.n,., for-' iel7iL?l?' TOrdedto theanthorby the.tion- ???1?!,l"-,.Ee 'r' hI?M from 25 to .K eenls per yatd? Mms.. rr Dr. W. IL PARKER, (rradnlite of GIe'"dIIiflmaition oaanimalt, it . . .,.,,,1-tc, w jean-praciice in Hot- KTr - r- .wi,.ra.iuiiaiiin. (1.) Here I a SWeej ing charfjc, lit- vn'?1h,0,?!l 'oeeomnlted ContldcntUllr. Offlce, Sow nlmn ill not reli-Te, no iwciliac it will K - .. ... i ...i, . , .pwiaitv, jnseueg Dr Alan. 1 .uii.,,aui. untrue as a whole. "All staple cm uu VnBirnranii.i. v i ........, ,...... . .KKTTKYilll-s-ri 303 Eilmoul sit-... suntli Mile .Market .suuare, St. Joseph, Mo. ffoods" are not under control ot com binations. There is nn rnnibinaiinn on any kind of manufactured fabrics, or Wftfs, fsnttnn nr sifb nnnn tn I.,tltinrv Peck's Patent Improved Cushioned Ear Drums 'nor tiny kind of proyisions except su-1T-rr.H there is none on machinery, nor llth St.. Xew Y.L-I- for illustrated hook of I on nar'wrc I" P"'nt ot tact, coal oil terly R. W. Tanetll ft fin t w-t.vr on jiiV ' "L,6";..K L0,f'erc.rlnt on If) In 55 Stale Nl., Oilman. l:-rj- Tow. tmr &&&& FKV.F. ! A 3-foot French flla?, Oval Front, Xiekel or Cherry ( iirar Show fase : Alervli.int. ' '-. -.to-K--.. I SAiMPLE?.,Iv,??:. tv mniT.-cl s.-....l,- u the i;nlird Stutm pn bi rQ'f,.rTlirreMe on r el.t ! One UUrlCO Dollar. jl dLst-ouui alli.ne.l lo rHtm.i.stpr, Auei.t flat) Tlie I'ni.K'K MAII pntlAZKTT X.u- York i Hie ONi.v iniILtU l.eirilll lllasirtted Srtrtiii2 and Sensational Jin piil.lislie.i n t!i Aiactii-.m continent, f pi. i Api'ly for tcinis to rni-i ,' EicIiaruILFoi, Frntfin Sgnare, Ml ii. I ',Tl!.vMct, COCKLE'SSPILLS This old English Family Kedielm use fcr Htl years, all over the wor' , for liile, Indigestion, liver, &c Of PurR Vfieetable Ingredients.