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5TF?ADE AAARK'S DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER TO THE CONSUMER The luiyin and selling of good is a matter of confidence. During the five years of our business life in this city we have steadily iclcl to the idea that "Honesty pays the best' Not that we claim any superiority in that direction, but that our plan of doing business, lie safeguards we have established for the protection of those who deal with us, in that we stand behind any and all goods we sell with this often-repeated guarantee, namely: If you buy anything of this house, and it is not as represented, either as to price, style or quality, return the goods to us and we will refund your money or make satisfactory settlement. This applies to any and all kinds of goods named in our heading to this advertisement. It is useless for us to juote prices. We only sa- this: That our reputation for square and upright dealing is now pretty well estab lished among those who have dealt with us. Our object in opening this GREAT DEPARTMENT HOUSE was to enable us to reduce the cot of doing business so that we could sell goods clicaper and still have a satisfactory margin left us as a profit. This has been demonstrated, and our business is now conducted on so close a sys tem of profits, and the volume is so large, that we are satisfied with our CASH DISCOUNTS AS PROFITS. Hence, a stock of goods, marked in plain figures, on a uniform low basis of profits, gives everyone the advantage of close prices, whether you be a judge of goods and values or not. Besides this, owing to the general low prices prevailing for all sorts of farm produce, as well as stock, we deem it our duty to meet these low prices with a correspondingly low price on all sorts of merchandise, and to do this it became ne cessary to organize a business of this character and magnitude to meet what seemed to us the demands of the times. O Vc will mention one lino of goods that wo can get no more or, and that Is we bought all tlie SECONDS AND SINGLE BLANKETS THAT THE BUBL.li MILLS made this year, and on account of slight imperfections, they are sold at one third oft. Ask to sea them. "We arc taking a very active part in the New Era Exposition, to be held in St Joseph from September 3 to October 5, for thirty three days inclusive. In that we have given the farmer and cattle men the "undcrhold" and have discarded for this time the horse jockey. Now it depends on the farmers whether you make this New Era a success. In addition to what has been done by the manage ment, the EMERY DRY GOODS CO. have offered the following SPECIAL PREMIUMS: 4(56. For additional premiums in class A, lot 1, to be paid to parties living within 100 miles of St. Joseph, distance by railroads. Premiums For the Eighth Best Dozen Ears of Corn, $25; for the Ninth Best Dozen Ears of Corn, $15; for the Tenth Best Dozen Ears of Corn, $10. Each of these premiums payable in either dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, cloaks, wraps, shawls, carpets, crockery, hardware, or anything else for sale in this Department House. 4fi7. For second premium in sweepstakes, class E, to parties liv ing within 100 miles of St. Joseph. Premium, $20. Payable an above. 40S. Best Water Color Painting. First Premium, 15; Second Washington Letter. From our regular c.rrfiinleiit.l Washington, September C. 13S9. lV-itiii.ister IJen-'ral Wimatuaker has I had several consultations with President Green of the Western Union Telegraph Company, and rumor says that a com promise between the. Government ami t io telegraph company is on the eve of being effected. Mr. Wanamakcr refitA-.-to confirm or deny the rumor. In replt to a direct question, lie said: "I h.iv. j not linn to say about the conversatioi ' wit't Mr. Green. There is nothing to h. said publicly about a matter which is un der private dis-CL-ssion." The Pi esideut on Triday settled one of the hardest fought contests for sin oiiii-e that has jet b.en fought before him by the appointment of Frank 1. Clark to In I Collector of Cu-toms at El Paso, Texas. ! Tnere weie thirty-fcevon candidates in 1 the field for this oflico and each of tiieiii has liccn, since the 1th of March, "bust 1 liiis"' iw only a Tesnn knows how t "liustio to net there. tlio man np pointed has from the first been the choice of Secretary Windom for the place sin. four times his commission has been sent to the President for his signature, but the other candidates bv comb VETERAN'S FEUNB. Cures BT UM A tab, Urn $mf Strains. Pains Rhsusiatis, Nsaralgis tP Sciatic, PROMPTLY And PESSgAHSNTLY. Xcwsy Gleanings. The hop crop is a failure. The trunk lines are at war. The table glass trust is the latest ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE! N'.tici is Iit,mv sitt-n. tint I. I'ath iriiu-ll-.'lui- AIiiimlri7ttr: ot tin st.il. nf .I.ihn t j il.illii.ilfnva-rt1. willoli ' Ufarinpcifov tnnlemhon 1 ft 'ftO Tiie Cretan insurrection is spreatlini. ! .. . ' " ... . . ' WI a! t1'Iie vilf oiitliepreiiiN.-sloftln Ailmi.i- hieetric street cars sire Kamim; favor, i-ir.nrn. n.i! -. mil ..i r.-s.u. Mi-., liic o;- Thessdt trust hasap,,rent)y collapsed. .SKTX-. s Serious rains are reported in England. . si'rius aivf , . . , " i 1 tiis of sal,, mail-, kn Great forest fires are rajjisft in Oregon. i iui.miine It PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK I lion ii on il.iv of sale. ams, .vlii;.a:.lr.itri.. A w ater famine is threatened sit Vienmi. Tho itiva.sioii or Upper iSgtpt is sit end. n ice tru.s has Ikhmi formed at Snvan--lii. (la. tuar.tsTs ani t)i:.L rns. 1 THE CHARLES A. VOCEIER M.. !.s!ll1ii. HL Arrr.M!-. 'T nt t i ii ; biniiW su.- Hoyalteiiry crJswcU .f t!io BiSIo. I will i.llt-r.it pitltlic lie mi my fat in, ."Vaults IvphoKl epidemic is prevalent in t lu-1 ... ' . II:e (-llov.in ilfcnU-iI pt'u-it, tti.Mt: cao. j j " lu-aa .iiU-!i (',;. s lif.i.I o; 2-'.ir-o!.l I hl.iles wil. loi-. tall LiMKW w;iri,.4 nris: 111 !n-. l .-vnir.lv : r. State i.'.licers. 1 .st.i! ..r lu-r , . , .... . .... 1 IKi:!S OK SA1.K:-A1! sum: of li(rt):iu.l Aerial munition is siim :ittnictui; : nmU-r. -.in!,; all mithih.t i: Mn i-n-aimi it t,,: f mtlli-, will he given. itirrii.t-T iai4 iritis '"'"" null i.i.pnwl viiiit.. hi-in.u Mfuwn. ia- Tlie cotton crop of TuKas will Iki worth uti-m ir.-m .I.H-. n-raii .if il- to t.e u,il:.'.l - iou.oui i xitli llir.' ri'Ui iv.il ir i;i!Viiv. S.ilo t mu- l,0iO,WK). I nun-eat lOoVlmk A. H Tlie losses in Spokane Kalis amount to ! rTH.vi:iNs:rn-iN. 810,IXV1.(V. i z,.,,a. Itt-liy. .scaly, skin Torturr. The snjfiir trust made a net profit last ; Th.--iiiii.lraS.,.!i.:itii,,.r -ua.ks iint 1 I iiknt. witlioiit auv liitiTral imilU'iai'. v.ill yer.r of tfl'.UiHi.(i(i. I nr.- .-.is.. ,.r Tftti-r. a!t i:ii"!im, i;ni.- i, .. i ; i . . . ,i ,r t . , nun", t'l!", Itrh. Siri'", riiuiilr. I-ii-iim. ai, hiewn bridj;.. ..r.s the I lariem Kivvr ' , ,, yl.m Kmi-ihiiis. m.mall. r t. .v ;it Vew Vork. 1 iiaii-iirl.'ii;-.:.iipiiiu. it ii.u;as. rll.'illu: ,.., ... . . j .mil 'iii ln.t a iniio. 1 he California raisin crop is ehtimatol at l.i"il.S0 bows. I IMli-s: lie-! It. I.ln. l-ll-i. The Gorman imperial budget shows a! S mito.mi- JinMnic; Iniins, iiWuii ami i i r-.i.iii.. i !!ti.'f!r' ; ::nl ;I m..;lit. ncr U '.I'l.iU'lllI". !c!'CIt Ol Mttl'.M"!. , I. .,11,,,,,. ,1 ,.;ii, :el.lll ii.f.,riil.v.iil, ln.'.ni ceeded each time in t.icventiie' the at-' "W.-t f t-. inalln narraliv.- . v.t eniM, : l;.r e I'Ctrol' iliii .ietw:t-: Ii.'ve been ills-, S-. !,L ! .'.;.. - V'.a ! tachment or the P-vsidefts aiilir'ni-.h '" '. "'i' '': 'itlfnl ill i-.i t.. ii , ; t-nered in T.ibi.-i-. Me.icx : lil.s-lin-., l-..u ul,vti!.a. .m.! in i.m ,;w.r.- lac.iiiiaiu oi me i .iMiltl.l.s aimrnipii uy . h,.,,,,.,. :l uwlme ; .. m f ,r . -,.,. , 1 nimvs Hie lmi't. AI ilr-i.si-K. i.r l.v m.ii. i thereto. This c.-ise iies st ijood idea of V"',.":i"'Vf : "lu,t lil"-'r"1 tcr,"s cuculats , -New orK City supports .) blind jiau- i,.r .vtviit. lr. Snaju.- & son. riiila.li-Ipl.i:.. ! tho trouble there is in filiit;' tho oiiices. I I'.J. Fl.K.MINC. io fiiiveiMtv I'I.ti-.X. Y. pers out of ttsclisinty mini. All of the cabinet ollicer.-! except Kec- PARKER'S UAia CS CAM I'Vr- J ilMlll L-t Oi,.ll feTfj&iiAe.ia-ci ami birmnci the hair. t A- fi.'. rw.-l 41 ."lul l'ni-t--. Mother's and Baby's ) UUUU I I III) lion Ground, 486. For the sweetest, loveliest, and prettiest girl baby under 18 months. First Premium, $25; Second Premium, $10. 487. For the finest and handsomest boy baby, under 18 months. First Premium, $25; Second PuemiuM, $10. retnries ISlaino and Uusk are now in the ' city, but it is iirohab'e that wvcrstl of them wiil take short va,.ti.ms during 1 thi" ni-nith. j fic'Tetary Tracy has sovend i..tricate 'problems t solve, and is compelled to deny himself to official callers for several j ! day., to come. Ilowiii fir.-t give hear-i ' ini's to li.itli si.ls in tlieirtiiit rov.'ri'.v over i ' , , .., ,. , .. ., ". , i-lirfs-l :! 'i( ,-riiieH alria.C. ..lil. IhnuMul tlio battle slnp-iexas now on tlie!o.jks ,mll,i, t,;,-. :.i, iui.-n ,,f :'. -r.-at .ln-.-ii r at the Norfolk Nsivv Yard. One i-idecon-1 .?''.V,.'' ,,:";.".V1.',';,!.U'.!"; J'.?; !','.'"'''. for . utlit li i!i;i:ii.i:i) nuos., v. r.i st.. M l.inin. Mo. A f J I Tn-J '.ytrrr.!?!; In-ell iIih ..hi, ln JiUl-lllO .Tfll'iJIlL! l..l.ul.!r, i! : ii:..i! il-t Premium, $10. Payable as above. 460. Best Hand Embroidery on Plush, Silk or Mommie Cloth, First Premium, $15; Second Premium, $10. Payable as above. tends that if built on the present plans she will not float, imd the other that tho plans sire all rkrht. JJoth cannot bo right, and the amount of money involved -more than KM in makes the jtief tion a vcr important one. In addition to this the Secretary will try to arrive at some conclusion l esirding the completed, but unaccepted, vessels Vesuvius. Petrel and Charleston. The National Museum Jiere has just been presented with two iiiteie.stin;; war relics. One is the jjiiu -a ikiht double barreled fowling piece with which Col. Kllsworth, of the New York Zouaves, was killed on thustejis of the Marshall House in Alexandria, Virginia, as he was return in; from the roof whither ho had jfune to remove a Confederate ilai;; and the other is tho old-f;c--hioned army musket, with sword bayonet.with which the slayer of Kllsworth was shot and afterwards pinned to the floor by Private Urownell. Tho weapons were presented to the Mi! senm by Mr. Urownell in whose posses sion they have been since tho unfortu nate tragedy, which at the time of its oc currence - M:iy 21, lS'il created a pro found sensation throughout the United States. The Navy depart ment has been notified by the Camp lirotlicrs. of Philadelphia, the coutraetois, that the new cruiser 'Philadelphia" will be launched on the 7th inst. IN'presentative Caldwell, of Ohio, who succeeds General Itrown, is in town. He says the Ohio delegation will vote as a unit for McKinley for Speaker, and that all the talk by friends of the other candi dates of supiKirt from Ohio is without the slightest foundation. Hon. Kdwsird Wolcott, the new Sena tor from Colorado, is in Washington to This fall will Eclipse our Grandly successful YEARS of tlie past, for tlie BARGAINS are ! Mm a h""s"- " BETTER and the STOCK is LARGER, and being manufacturers of all our own Clothing in I y'y Mens', Boys' and Children's suits and pants, there is no guess work about it. You can't bay j h" ml!! .;! next 30 days. We will save you from $2.00 to $6.00 on MEDIUM or FINE TAILOR MADE SUITS or PANTS. Quoted in this announcement are but a few of the Great HARVEST of BARGAINS we will offer in this SWEEPING SALE of the next 30 DAYS. ! V. ri.Kn i!i:i: .Iohn-.in. i-'s.-t.-t -. Imii; I 1 il.I snree,.-, m .l.'nt u II X. i. Vur tlit inpirrit;iiiii of th-o attortlin:r th :-.vio.;il;t)n, pertons wi-li trr tt b.iy k,'i -'ui s best :n tlio morn:;!, a? tho performances ilo not com inenra at the Iuxporit'on roiintL; until 1 cw;Inck 1'. hut tlicy (nitInno timing the iifU'rni)n ami cvciuiicach ilay. wjr--rr-i.-ir?ii ttcij-tct r ar t ra.-rg-yjy 1 ! W lffW1glTrwiWWtTIrW II Will 1 HI II II l I 1857. 9.7! S 2 H r ill ? ! i ? J fit it s 1889. -- e-. G 0 I The Austrian-Huii'iarian crops are "."i Iier cent, below the average. 1 I "ive hundred schools on the American ttlsili hold daiiv tesssi.-lK ill 'i'lirkev. I Tliis year's crop of muc!. potatoes in ,1. i, .t ... .... I r lonoa w i;i oe me largest t ier kiio.mi. Coal is cheaper in St. i.ouis tiiar. it is ;., i ....... ;., ; !.;r!!;?1Hj0HNST0iV!i FLOOD T;,;. receipts c.-,tt"le at' Cl.:.i" for' the year are iibout 'JiiUSiO htail larger j than in 1SS. There sire more millionaires in Odessa, j Russia, than in any other tmvn on the continent. Theureat forest tires are still sweeping over the timber stretches in Montana am! Id'iho. There are twenty-seven trust compa nies in Xe.v York with resources ajwre pitinj; c-tJ'.V)17,:Vili. Liverpool bought T('K.rK) barrels of American ajiples ami London .'tji,lM bar rels diinng the season recently ended. Bodies of victims of the Johnstown (Penn.) calamity still continue to be ex humed in the mass or debris produced by the flood. The holding of- the great railway tun nel at Cumberland (!ap w;is knocked in a fewdajsago. Trainsin passingthiouuh it will cross sections of theSlatesof Ken tucky, Tennessee ami Virginia. llloudin. tho well-known rope walker, has wagered 6-0,(KX) thsit he can walk a cable from the top of the Kilfei Tower to the central dome of the Exposition build ing in less than livo minutes. A TOL'GII ()M) I'AKTV QiarX H27 reier, Diplllieria, moopisf Cengs, Croup ail CommGi CcMi PrrtnmfT!1tfl by PhTslclnns cod "M by Preg gitts lUruusaout the world. Send for Free Sainp'a. HIM30D MANUFG SOLE FROFRlETOnS. 191 FULTDN ST.. NEW YORK. CO., How Lost! Hew Regained, THE SCIENCE OF LIFE A Scien'iCc ncd 1'op:il:rIfci!itf.ITrrn!i5 onllie lirrors of Yor.1h,rrcini;L:irerfcCl:i.c,Ncr. .-i-a inu I'djM.: i i)c!;Uity, imp&ntisi or Uic l oi.L v.vxs Ti -u.in..L ji-v Jum.-iv7r7'jxmr A Look by Conlrarios ;t tlie Thirty Years, KrpuiiIW";in Tom1i oM party, isn't it? Jus.t look at its liisttry. !l;irn over thirty yenrs sio. in two or thiw iliirorent p!a(.'L's. Was in favor of the twU'nion of siave- oM?.ir.al of -ill !-:'.-tl J) ;!.r! In I?. :t :ri tiy t-titslTt' wr' ir u t jilJ CUUK ni.tIlA. .n.iall .t.i.tuiu. inwn'w, "IIw ura.t cd mI:oii.f -." l-at-, iit! lln.i ic c-ii;s! to !Ici.r.iM-: usn l.hr irt-.'u'itor." Ur. W. A. Hik r.ttf M im-on, Flu. sn : 55.f0 '.v:rth f C riiiiu; in a: f rU7 Ai'in;is I.i.vr xr. -ulill-r-n T.iy fu-ri any othrr ,Jii; l I- i.u ? -:ir' i'-4 Chronic 0'a-:.iu:.i an;i Uc 1".mjh r tlu.i UspccMiLir rtmpi;i"ii is l!.-t vc paflr.mtcc to cure nayci-i- f t niiVai'tltVttr or U'!itn F"er wi!;i'- l'.'t!!. It co-t-!ut 7 cnt?d cc!i In.tit'' con tain over A i ucrr.jc ri-t-', ikli tlu o.i than two c-Pta a t!. WciM yt-u fnr chenpormoJicii.e ? l - i.t a iurp-ri!l. T..t will cure aav SJcr. iill'iui or JJotn rial Complaint. Mf.Riif.-fMrca by Tlio 10 Oo. (Sncccsors to Wm.Om.IeII.) f.f . I.ou? J. rjo. OF MMB1S, SIMM ! ac!tAnr.TK or itii ;i:i:man n tiit rjt';t.i Colli r 1 1 I noxv rn::i- iicitliv I.KM!:ti ultli N.sxrtiu & Ilinirik, .Irui'IiTs. fir !!it iixrjN" of Ittnltlhi;; ttn :i I'tTtuiii r.t otirl liii-.tiirv-i ir. Iiin has for t lu iitr o;ii.mi hiim:u"n aifl w ltitirniijiiiy nni- lttt lit to i:ia-"ii,r tli' ii"'t Itnii'Tit r:rt t tin- Kes-.ltlnt: frn l'f.IIy, Vice, Isnoru.cc, iIsrt?iCJ or mcrlASRiMn, Ili'crva'in :.t; i ur.tiTn:; tlie wtlm tvz V.'oiV, IltiircsJ, tlie VarrciorSotiil HoUlh iu AvoiJ iinik.ilful Drcte::tltr. I'twcMj triLP- t nnrk. Jt t'onturs 4 )D pat s, rorti bvo. litc.ul f iv that Sttllim! rv which national evil the democrats- i l1;!''"' 2r..r... "I ,'!!Z2'': V!:,:" ma. mVI. iKijtuaid. couce:Licd la nlua wipntrfr. J L.j- irv-ive rr.? ect-ja Frrr, if jmt cr;ly u-.w. xl dii iiiiIshM aithor. Win. II. rjrfc.T, ii. I , r. n cd tlie COM) AMI J r.tVET.I.KW 3J lit) A I. from the Knllonnt iltrdtcal Aseorintl'ji: l.r this ntl.K K-SAY an MMlVOl'H iter ! 1 1 YS ICA I. DKH I LIT V. Dr. I'arfccr r.r.d an-rp tf .niiHtaiit I'liysiciana may b& coniitlud, coati donli&lly. l-v nuil or in person, fit ll:e nfl!o cf TIIE 1VIIV .IIiaHrAL. INSTlTtTi:, No. 4 2tu!tinrbSt.. Il.Mtun.HIa.H.,thoral . 'Hers fur I .h.1vi ur letter Xur ulicc La directed at above abolished in ls.:. Was in favor of ttatrs" rights as t3ti"ht old abolitionist, John liiH.-u!t uitli tli.'ir". will il. well to -:iII ! lite (.rr.ir ini.l liav. him m,ke .x.uiiliiatiou nlilcli wilt l.e dime with. Mil elutrsr. SIon" SuiJs. ?.I-ns Suits. IJojs' :m:l CiiSMroirs Suits. Ji'ijs' siuil fliililreis's Suits. $ 5.00 Vill buy a naji! si:!t -.vortli $ C.50 $ I5.0C Will huy a gcod suit worth S1G.C0 $ 1.25 Vill buy a ciulift cuit north S 3.00 $3.00 Wil! buy a Bays Suit Worth 5 5.00 6.50 " '' ' " ti.5f) 16 50 ' ' " ' ' ' 20 00 '-50 ' " " 3.75 4.00 4 ' " 5.00 7.00 " " ' " 10.00 , tl i - 2.00 " " " ' " " 4.50 5.0(1 ' 4 " " 7.50 10.00 4 15.00 'x" , , u 3.00 " " ' " " 44 6.00 6.00 4 44 44 " 9.00 12.50 44 44 44 44 ' 17.50 20-0" 27.00 5.00 44 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 . 5 0 7. 0 0 44 - 4 44 4 4 44 44 10:00 Our Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises go with the Clothing at the same Reduced Prices. Bon't wait and lose money and first choice. Come today Come tomorrow Come during the SO days' sale. Northwest Corner of 6th and Felix Streets, St. Joseph, Missouri. FniMIli, Upholstery. Furniture j READ THIS ANNOUNCEMENT: It will pay you to alnaru remember that we are the Leaders in the Furniture Trade. To keep tip our reputation we are offering special inducements to buyert;, and if low price), lir.st claws floods, prompt am careful execution of orders, ami honest treatment of patrons will hold the trade, wo are Koinj; to do it. Our stock isahvas complete in every respect, and second to ii.iiw in the northwest. Wo are iloin our own a a and linishin: nrniturc. and are eonscouor.tlv full urenared " successfullv meet anv mid all com- petition. Jt v.ill p:iy any one who wishes to buy furniture of any kind, whether a Iarj;e quantity or ;i j.i.tli bill, to call on or c.irrcs-nd with us. Mail order:, promptly anil carefully attended to. .uaiie our i.ie yi.ur neacqiiariers i lie allentlin tiie c.p..itlou. The Weiel & Roth Furniture Co. 110 end 112 North THIRD STREET. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. THEPROfiGAtJsi lhysMdegeneiiatidn. n ui-Kr-rtv xXJ MONT, 3M. X. ThUlaa JTeir and ilaftrrly Urdial TrMlne. and Indii.pcnfal.le to every VOUNC, MIDDLE ACEO, and OLD MAN bo la foffcrinp from MValainw, fjntruor, l.o- of Memory, ItahfuioeM, Rpnf lion ol UpltitK, Liver CumpUlnt, l)i-ara of the Kidney, and all diseaet depciidcat Djwa Accident, y,j, i'oliy, Vice, Ignorance, Sen oua Debility, Viul Kiliaujtion, and Botrad In leather, fall (rllL rriee, only one dollar, by mill, waled In plain wrapper, postpaid, CONFIDENTIAL. AddrcM IlEMtT DC Most, M. D.. No. SSI Colcmbua Arenne, or 1. O. Box ZH2, K of ton, Maaa. Prefatory Lecture with numerona tratimoniala from hieh aoarret, free to all. Thia lathe only ELECTRO-MEDICO PHYSIOLOCVerer pnbli. bed. and Uabaolutely easplel and perfecL It la tnvaloatiii; to aU aniictcd, aa it reacbea the very root and vitala of diaeaae. l,iitil-lliiiiL-jljii For all WtrKitt of Men. by the di-t;cruihed antlar. WiiTtBLiLLfAJK For all Derjf- of Men, by the distinguished antLor,' J1EKRT JJUiluvr, SI. !.. irnoua DISCOVERED THE ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE ES SENCE OF MANHOOD, may be connlted in atrictert eonfidenee.in pereon or by fetter,at bis Eleetro lIcdicoIiiHraury,No;Sl Cclumbua Av.,laton, Maes. 'I HEARD A VOICE; IT SAID, 'tCOME AND SEE.' H T. ALKSRE, Attorney at Law. PaiMs Aiini!ii3li'a(flr of Halt Cwiiy, Mt. OKKtiOX, MO. Wi'.lpraet ill all rniirt in Norllnvest Me Knn.ts.-tuil N.'liraka l'rini.t allciilioii si .til iiiiMiifss .l.n e.l ii, lii-4 Imiuc,. i'lillectioii ori.iiitly atteititt'il to. "'f. Miiittyimrry. Allttt Itncct.t MOUTGOKHY & ROECKBi. Private Bankers, ouk;o::, - MISSOLUJ Sixth Auditor Coulter is one of the new ollicials courageous enough to say that he believe:! the ollices .should be i;iven to the men who helped to elect the I'roident. lie alo believes in keeping up tho work of his oliice, and ho ha-i jiift given a practical illcstrati in of how to do it, by putting his wholo force to work ins until t o,clock at nijrht in order to catch up on tho examination of the money order accounts from !,.00 po.-l offices, which he found much behind. Mr. Coulter is what tho muirwiimps call a 'Vjioilsman," but to "a man up a tree" it looks as if it would be a fjood thins to have more like him in office. Washington knows that the (lovern ment which owns enough ground here to place the necessary buildings upon for tho World's Exposition of 18lr2 will never consent to its going elsewhere, hence she is not losing any bleep on account of fee ble efforts of New York and Chicago to capture the show. In view of the frequency of mail rob beries the Postmaster General has issued an order offering ?!,()) reward for the arrest and conviction of any jierson mak ing an armed attack uikjii btage coach or railway mail car. Here's an opportunity for detectives. PATENTS CHANTED to citizens of Missouri during the past week iind reiorted for this taper by C. A Snow & Co. Patent lawyers, Opp. U. S. Patent Oliice, Washington, P. C: E. B. Crano, California, vulcanier; E. P. Jnntia. Neosho, baling press: J. P. roll.ct!.'iiifiai! ami remitted for prompt . K . , .,ir;nrl uhin.' machine- M. IiittT.t p.it.l on tiuie li-ii-.its. ! Kuifclej. ailnan, w..siun iii.iciuni . -u. Foretell xflistiiRt- bought ami miIiI. ! M. Moore, Springlield, gate latch: M. e i,sii.-lr.ittnii all Hie i riii. ipal cities o . . r ,., (.Vrinaiiv. Knclatiil :iti: Ireland. Iluccknrt, St. Mary s. paillock: Ij. Il.h.ix- Inw-ni.i.!se.'iul iirraiicniii nls lo collect , . w.ww f'iiv !iarnes- J J. Wolf, iiioiicvdiii-from estates in foreiiaitoimlrin. ton. Kansa;, CH, n.irne. s, .1. 0. laves imi.i ioriiou-r.-:.eiits. 1 Kansas Cltv. aljiistal)!o ell)ow resl lor Tlii-aceomitHof 1 11,-1 in i.ieu am! iiiillviiliial; 11 Holt oiiiin reieetfiill .solleitfil. telephones. W. It. IIOFF3IAXX, Attorney at Law- 40S l'r.iiiri Mrert. M. ,Tnrili, Mil. Ail l.-tr.i I ork roiuitly atteiiilril to. Oh Yes! Oh Yes! T will call s-iu-s ai'il do a general aiietioneer bii"iiws. Ail tliose in neeii of llicM-rvices ofun aii.-tioueer, please ylve me a call. Terms te.is oualiV. H. C. HKNTON. 1)1. J. S. MEYER, Veterinary Surgeon, ST. JOSEPH, M0 AN iOPPORTUNITY TO GET A SPLENDID LIBRARY. Kidp.ith's Cyclojiedia of Universal His tory. A History of all Nations, com prehensive in plan, graphic in details, original in method, charming in style, scholarly in arrangement, replete with interest," unrivaled in illustrations; in fact, ii Historical Library in itself em braced in three octavo volumes. The New People's Cyclopedia This is the best edited, the lest map ped, the most compact, the most acces sible, the best illustrated, the most con venient, the lowest priced complete cy clojiedia in the world. Also 400 other choice books without which no library is complete. For fur ther information call on me at Mrs. Zook's. J. 15. Barnes. Gen. Agent. We will now find out, in all probability, who murdered Dr. Crcnin. The trial of Ccughlin and his fellow suspects began ' J' n cnrf t It.it Fiidi.y, in Chicrgo. pt ifvct. I What with wonian-bentini: and woman ' murdering, man seems to be pretty much ' of a brnte. Friday, within an hour, were hung four men for killing women. One .of thewretchos had been long a wife I beater, but finally cut her throat. The i night before sho refused to give him ' money that he might indulge in a de bauch, and tho devil in birr, roused into fury at the refusal, put an end to tjie un fortunate woman. Another or there 1 , brutes split his wife's head lon with an ax. To bo frure he was crazed with iiipior i but that don't help matters any. An- ' other frhot a woman for refusing to live 1 m m 25. HIRES' IMPROVED JSC ROOT BEE1 II LIQUID NO BQILINC EASILY MACE THISPKKACE MAKES FIVE CAIL0NS The most APPETIZINQ and WBOLEBOIia TEMPERANCE DRINK in Ihm world. TRY IT. Ask your Druffglat or Grocer for It. Jt C. E. HIRES, PHILADELPHIA. W.W. PRICE I AdvocatiMi seccM-ion us a constitutional al ri;;ht and slavery an a tiivine institu tion. Fired on Fort Sumter in April, 1SC.1, and kepi at it until the rebel democrats in commantl surrendered. L'tnd at the va.-t armies of republicans I that fought for the c--taliliIiment or :: southern confederacy, tho perpetuity of , diiman s-lavcry. the Mipremicy of the1 state and free Irade. j Count the thousands of rcpn'M.'-ans who suarendered to General L-.-e at Ap juinattox and were permitted by the Jt !T Davir, unionist to ret.iin their i.U , 1 arms and rido their mules to their loved ones at home. ! I Go through the reconduction p"riod ' and see how the republicans resisted every attempt to rest ere the union, to amend the cfn.slitutioii and to amelior- ' ate tlie condition of the slaves ficedby I the d.'iiu crats.' j We have omitted to i-peak of the res- olution adopted by the republican na tional convention in lStH. declaring tiie Artificial Human Eys Inserted Withou Pain. No Charge for Fitting Glasses. Consulta tion Free. (With Saxton & Kesdrick, Jewelers. 509 and 511 FeUx SLieet St. JosenS, Ho. Caicut-, and Tnule-Marks obtained, and all Pct rr.t bu-inc cfnIncteti for Modcratc Ftcs. Our Ornet is Opposite U. S. Patent Office and we can M-cnre patt nt iu less time taau tuocc remitte from Waiinton- Sccd model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We advi-e, if -at en table or not. free of chargp. Our f"C not due till patent Is M-cnrcd. A Pamphlet, 1Iow toOlitain Patents. with narni1- of artu il client? in your btate, county, or ton ii, iK-ut free. Addreu, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp. Patent Orricc. WaSHiNCTOti, O. C. Hsw Point. Mb. wit. !) tin ir tlt-nl nf triM. it.itrtl tit-tl:Ii il-iv- .f .Inli ri 1 it 1 riri!it' ilk tin rvrnr. wara failure and tlemandin tho cersa i JV!.:; t.U"!::''' v!" Vra tion of hostiiities, but jou all retiieuibcr ! tlie riii;..iiiailcrti-nl r.:ili.!a!c.itii.ite.iiii!c i.i.. I ill .ill- I...II a.... tii-.-otlTi. t.-uil : 1 lie -j.'il li-:.t .ii;ifterof the nntlirat itir.r t.T lit scrti'.li twi-i.ly-ltill", 4riMit ten ncrcs .1!! i.f tlie imrtli i-nl '1 f .i.l tr.tel, am! thnv-utV fst fonrlli of tlie ..n:li.nt .ci.trtrnt rt-ll.'i P"1 If on w.int nr pr..Vity t I.tln goml fiKurH lie sure atrl cinpliiy inc. Sallfne tli.ii Kiianuitfi'il. IVrms: Clirapcr tliuii tlie clicnict . A.lilros or call on W W. riilCK. Aiirliimi-cr. New I'niiit. MNv.ur!. THE VARNEY! WROUGHT IRON AND STEEL ;tl. bim lomrer. Once before he had , Mf H HH IlH frllHMAISX Gr.i.tnnto nf tl... American V.-terinan- . . . ... ,. . . WHIIflWliW - sliot lier and disauiea tier ior we, .1 College. Jew lork. 1 . . , f hi.ott.in ilif, .Wotion. The I he had of showing his devotion. rOflicc ! lliloVslt.irn:reM,l,.mv.l.io--' fourth of thse human brntes shot a Felix siriH-t. Tvlrpimtie at office Xo. io. Tn- faithful soul for the 6ame reason. Jli, it was a cotxl day's work that was done tin Friday last in the yard of the tombs! CONSU.'.lIMiG.S SCI1EI.Y Cl'KLD. To tub F.niTon I'irei'O ir.f; rnt'j,Tir r-:wi rrtliat I h.tveat:ol:;.ieti.pilyf.'rtir- n!.otj itaii.u iti'.c.ie. lly IN timely ik ll.ou-ai.'I' hoiiM" c:i3 lt ca i-t-rr !' '' I s1 lf ill 1 1 tc st.i:l :w l..-'t..'- .-"o ily rnt.K I. a:.v of o::r r-a!i t-, v 1 l:uv i s'.ir.iptii.n if tLry &! in tl:-tr csp j; aa! ;M"t ofTicrtlrc-. l.'sr.'lJ'1 J" T A. iL'tWil. -M. t .. 1M IViitl it.. Net. 1 t-CniiM by mail or telephone promptly at tfiiueo in. DANIEL. ZOOK, Attorney at Law. Real Estate Ag't Negotiator of Loans. OHEtJOX. MISKOUlil. Our ramftcen are mAdA FpecUIIy for WetUrn CuaJ. HtntX tor lllftfttriLied CtaJotnie. VARNEY HEATING & MFG. CO., LEAVENWORTH KANSAS. S9S Solid Gold Wftttfa: 1NMT. rr- raawd. Kea Hohj ,lIiatiatTL4ft Uotb lin !&nJ fnt l)M.withw't anl " of aqual vim. One Pcrwn iuMtb I - rilt ca jevor one IV. UMle Un cf ilutMrhcJU Nnrnplr. Thr MtoplM. ji writ aa ue waicb. we aenl and after oa k n I war tttm far 9 montb n1 abown ibrm fa it oia "."' . ...j .1. i.u.anf mr tinrwnr. ilm secure lit.- i.a..i.-iii or a ei tain in.lt In ".at tl.M'.i ot tr'.-l ii. -iTil'-. ;au.l wlimus, lUfar. lias l..'i'!i it a f in Hi.' p.i.:n'iit ol v:n, note : t.. tlie iutr.-st tltt-irot! ; now. iIi.T.forc. I. tin- im .l-T-ijtiif.l lnotp.'. h. 'iir-:iai of v.;i,; pn.v ions of sail! Cecil in ttat : a!.. I at tlie r,iiet tlie l.-:,tl lmlir of -aitl ci.:. afoi.'s.tiil. uill oh sA'rri:iv. titTn:i:u -tii, is.-. iK'tuiYii tlie Imars of 1. n iv"i !..ck in Hi -'..r in miii ami Toe o. li!; in lli-alt. tiHw n ol s-. il .v. at tlie north iloorof tie- "ourt llot.srii tf cit'v of Om'i.".ii. in Holt t'oitiiU. Missouri, pi er.'. lo s.-n lit.- al:n.-,lrsrr;ii--il iirop-rty. i !ill!i vriiilllc, to tin-liiulifst i itldrr tor .-i:' fortlie itiiiiir..-i nrnsHil ii. sal l.l.'.-.l of Iru KU. A. Vi:i.l. trust t- that. You remember, too, how the republi cans opposed tho resumption of sjn-cie payments and lio.v bitterly tlicy rotiIit . iuo-,ty-iiii..-:all m Im-.n-hii. -ity-tm. f nuit. all proijsitions l(kin-,' to restoration ot n'-5;.K..i, v.-.i..-.- ..s- ,n:i.- in trust t the nation s credit. Jlow tlicy lliamrurated tlio Kitl-ilUX- I.,.;, na I,, in the i..iai.-tit ol sai.l iu.te:L. Klan and spread terror all over the coun try by their deeds of violence. How uly they felt when tho nation's credit was restored by tho democrats and our government Ixmds wero in de mand nt a l)iir premium. How tho republicans ojiposed tho homestead law, and the crantiii"; of ien sions to disabled union soldiers. How they tried to abolish protection and adopt a section of the constitution of tho confederate states of America as the fixed jni!y or tho country. Touch old record, isn't it? -Detroit Tribune (Rep). Tin- ;n-al Hi cad Trust. There is still another noticealilo oir umstanco to 1k reported in tho develop ment of the trust-iiiakin movement, and it happens to have occurred in England, the laud of no tariff. It has lx-en an nounced in Iond'in that an ninalama ion is prorioscd of all tho ureat metro- C. W. lUKENS, OREGON, MISSOURI. Onirc oTPr A'lv.K-il.- I'rintinir nKlc-n.-ins. All wrli warran!l Tirst class frslisiiiilvof Vitallz-Ml Alralnajs n. I; Ottii f lioiifs Iri.ni stul2A. Jt.,nn.l Irm jmlitan bakeries, nearly .K in ntinilr, I 'i!',-',,.,,, ..a.foarr i m'o a trtift to lc known :m the Iv-ndon Fine tli.l.l Wifk a sM-:ia'm I'rices r,- . ... , . , ... , a!il' orca.t union, w of i'"i, .1. o. i. .sai.i, oi obtain control of tin and regulate prices.' evidently is not stop nunciation. nor by the invo..ation of the j law, nor ly tho lack or a protective tar-; iff, from boldly offering to attempt tho nuAt extreme crime ot which thecor.soli-! dationists can Ijo imagined capable, namely, the monopolization of tho trade ! in thn tfHiMt rii'i-j.sarv article of food I 'known. Bread is technically the "stafTl 1 of life;" yet, regardless of all moral or, I sentimental considerations, the London liakers hope, to establish a bread trust. -1 , Xew york Sun. if the r.tail bread market ; "It r r T T 1 I T T ices." Tho spirit of trusts j j U V stopiK.i by pubii. ' MVXW-L n -L-J -1- TO LOAN ON Bottom Fahfs a t UmcUIcii's Arnica Salvo. J Tlie lx3t salvo in the world for Cuts ISrui-so.-. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Hheiim. i Kever .Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Kruption - Iiitrcts reasonable ":' navable annually. Aiblrt --. T. il. IIUDG1 . Forbes, IloltConnlj. irrtrrc and iM-Mtively cures rues, or no pay re- HAlNjLESb IjnlhViiiU i& lllirill. 11 IS Kll.'irnillCCi I.. Kn.- (.j. ira ))Vl ,,C0lMWJ',nKT. Knp l.tvw-c.'fl ..7-! satisfaction, or money refunded. I'rice tl" cents er 1X. I'or a!e by Kin;; A: I'roud. ERfi.'sfJ 3V . Zl i:tz 'It uiS4t- .sirSr.