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FARM AND GARDEN.
EMBDEN GEESE. They Aro Fine lllrds nnd Formldftbll ltlvlll of the Toulouse llreed Although tho gray or Toulouse goost may bo regarded' as tho more populat nnd, probably on account of 1U slio, tho most profltablo, it has a formldablo rival In tho white or Embden varloty, which Is very lino In quality, but doo not attain to tho same slzo. 'Ihls does not always appoar to havo bocn tliq caso, for old Jloubray says: "The white appears to bo tho largest, If nol tho hoavlost, of Its kind, and,' somo may ovon add, tho prottlest, too, though that must clearly bo judged as a mattor 0 tasto only." Tho samo wrltor goes on to say that tho Embden takes Its namo from tho Hanoverian town whence It wa9, many years since, Imported, and whence, as also from somo parts ot Prussia and Hol land, we still continue, to draw supplies. It differs in no respect from tho common English gooso, having prcclsoly the samo form and shape, the same pure whlto plumage, tho samo rich red bill, legs, fect and wobs; indeed, although it has been dignified by tho iltlo of a dis 1 1 " 1 1 lf 1 r 1 -' .'"-Afe. r I'llIZE EUBDUX GOOSE. tlnct variety, It modestly puts forth no such pretensions itself, and the honor has been clearly thrust upon it. But all whlto plumaged geese como under tho de nomination, of Embden, oxcept the Irish, which arc1 not so designated.' They are, however, smaller than tho true Embden, but in no other respect dlilor from them, and thcrofore aro not n distinct variety. Of courso whlto geese have one decided advantage over the gray, namely thoir feathers aro ot much more value. As this is an important point their breed ing should bo encourged, oven though they do not attain tho samo slzo as the Toulouse. Tho quostlon of size could Boon bo remedied by careful breeding, but tho geese required for the early .Jnai kcts can bo best supplied by birds of 1 v.irloty, as they grow more rapidly. j hero can bo no doubt, howovor, that for tho later markets in this country tho Toulouso will bo able to hold its on '1. for sizo is then of great impor tance. I do not know that this is a who or well-regulated demand, for the largest hao seldom tho finest flavor, and nat ure seems to hold a balance in all things, for when slip gives excess of slzo sho seldom gives with it tho samo quality, and a well-fed Embden Is a juicy and tender fowl, with the highest of quality. Specimens of this breed do not often attain nioro than nineteen or twenty pounds, but at times heavier ' birds havo '"on found. At one time tho weights of all tho waterfowl were taken at tho Birmingham show, and though many of tho birds were undoubtedly grossly crammed because of tho influ ence iho scales had in determining tho prizes, for which reason tho system was given up, yet there aro many Interest ing feature about tho plan, and a rec ord could bo k'ept from year to year of aho weigr.ts attained. It is to bo noted, however, thatono of tho highest weights ever recorded at this show was for a pair of Embdens, namely, fifty-seven pounds tho. pair, which was the weight of tho first prize pen at tho Birming ham show of 1870. Country Gentle man. LIVE-STOCK NOTES. A shout cold rain may do long dam ftgo to tho unsheltered young stock. A wei.l-ked calf In autumn, having full flesh, Is worth two others of the samo ago poorly fed and of stunted growth, from which recovery is next to Impossible. Ax excited horso is like an excited child. Wo havo soon a child scolded and "jawed" until it could not compre hend what was wanted of it Ilorsoand Staltfo. In purchasing and bringing on to the farm new and fresh breeding stock 11 will bo found a good plan to know hon ' they havo been fed, as a Budden change of food, especially at this time, may often prove qulto injurious. Tin: curry-comb is never moro useful than in wlntor. It Is a pretty useful . tiling any tlmo. It should bo used caro fully? -io'1-.pver, at all times. The man who uses a Jharp curry-comb as htj would a spado in digging had better not use ono at all. In drying oft a cow ho suro that aha docs dry off, and that milk does not con denso into a hard mass in tho udder tt obstruct and inflame It and play tho mis' chief when the cow next comes in milk. More trouble with tho udder comes front neglect In drying oil tho cow than from any other source The hog will thrlvo hotter if kepi V clean and given plenty ot wator. Slop Vpoddoes not afford a sufficient supply of water. Milk will not answer ai water. Tho water-trough should ba kept flllod with clean water at all times. Many hogs 'fail to thrivo owing to the fact that thoy aro given plenty of slop and no pure water. .FAKMEits should know that burnt corn , Is said to be a suro cure for hog oholora. It was first discovered through the burning of corn belonging to a distil lery at Peoria. It was thrown to tho hogs and readily eaten by them. Be fore' that timo a number had been dying each day with cholera, but the disease Immediately disappeared. This remedy is very slmplo and can easily be, tried. Market Gardening ' Peter Henderson says that tho busi ness ot market gardening, though healthful and fairly profitable, is ox. ceedlngly laborious, from which anyone not accustomed to manual labor would quickly shirk. Tho labor ia. not what might bo called hoavy, but tho hours aro long not less than, an avorfce ol ten hours a day for both summoT and win'.y'r. No pan should engage., in it atte. passing middle life, neither, is II fitted for men o (eoblo constltutlon.lfor .ltls emphatically a business in Which . one has t6 rough It, and I tt It1 Uvid Jjp, pros cou ted successfully the owner mast put his shoulder to tho wheel at lent pa strongly as his roughest employe. TRANSPIRING ADROAD. By paying two dollars in Bpot cash you can got a divorce In four hours In Japan. Empehob William, of Germany, re cently discharged an attendant who had boon roadlng a French novol. Tire Edison waltz and the Buffalo Bill galop havo supplemented thoBoulangei march as popular muslo in Paris. TitK Chinese coast, two thousand mile: in extent, is lighted at night by as com piste a system ot light-houses as the shores of any civilized country. Fredemck Knurr, tho head of the great metal and gun foundry at Berlin, has established a fund ot $100 000 to on ablo his employes to build their own houses. Tim electric lights havo reduced the avcrago timo of vessels passing through tlio Suez Canal from thirty-seven hours fitty-sovon minutes to twenty-two hours thirty-two minutqs. Tnu labor question Is Bald to bo push ing ovory other out of publlo interest in London, tho demands ot tho laboring classes for tho bottcrmont of their con dition having become so loud and fre quent. Tiic Turkish Government refuses to Interfere with tho trado in Circassian women, and has Instructed Its dele gates In tho African conference at Brus sels to opposo any intervention in the traffic. Oxn of tho pot dogs of tho Princess ot Wales strayed away tho other day from tho Hotel Bristol at Paris. It took refuge In n shop, whero it was recognized by tho inscription on its collar: "Tommy belongs to tho Princoss of Wales." Tin: Shah of Persia has added to tho bewilderment of his subjects by appoint inga special commission to draft now civil and criminal codes, and has upset his sons and courtiers by expressing his willingness to forogo somo of his per sonal prerogatives. An Englishman has bought tho con tents of tho royal castlo of Nuremberg, containing tho most completo collection of Instruments of torture oxtant, costing 0,000 in all. Thero Is a library of 3,000 volumes, giving tho history of crime and torturo for many centuries. Two oi! throo years ago the Russian Government established credit banks for the purpose of assisting tho owners of largo estates who happened to ba pressed for money. Tho effect has been that tho numberof mortgaged estates is much greater than ever and many be longing to high nobles aro to bo sold this year for non-payment of the intor est on loans. Ooniomptlon Barely Cared, To TUB EMTOnl PleaMA Inform vmir readers that I have a positive remedy for tho above named disease. Br Its tlme.lv use thousands of hopeless cases havo been pcrmaucnuy ourco. 1 suau do giaa to sona wo oeiues 01 my remedy ran to any 01 your readers who havo consumption if U11 will send me their express and post-office address. Respectfully, T, A. Blocum, M. O., 101 reari street, now xoric "I'll raise reurtalarv" ( a stvle of mln. saying thatmost people will submit to with out protest Merohant Travoler. The eras bill comes under the clasalflan. tlon of light expenditures. Washington Capital. Orogon, the TaradUo of Farmers. l,cnultablocllmate,ccrtatn and abundant is. Best fruit, grain, grass, stock country 10 world. Fullinf nrinatlon free. Address Oregon lmmlgratlonDoard,Portland,Orogon nr i.ni fn.tta viMiAhaH know them! and. therefore, tuo almanao-makors aro known by their dates. Do TOcn clothes last as they used tol If not, you mtuf bo UBiug a two or warning nmrif.i fhftfc rot them. '1 l'V tfr.0 COod Old fashtontt Dobbins' Electric Brp, txrftcUv pure UMlay as In 18C5. Is A society bello considered loud wneu sho's appealing forher rights! Glenn Falls Rcpu bliean. old f ash- Liver ptiio n,i tuirn nmnrnmforL A man can't stand everything. Ono pill adoso. Try them. Ir you are tired taking tho largo old loncd griping pills, try Carter's Ltttlo An employment bureau may yet bo ?ened In Europe whoro crowned heads out aiob may find work. N. O. Picayune Pais th tho Bide noarly always comes from disordered liver and Is promptly relieved by Cnrter'sLttUeLlver Pills. Don'tforgettnis. Tmtmnnlt'e ncnltential irarb is a Sick-re- llgious affair. Washington Capital. The host cough njodlcino is Plso'a Cure for Consumption. Hold everywhere. 23c.- TCrrnr mUs hasn't a mission. Nolthcr has every man u mansion. Life. Oldest and best "Tansill's Punch" Cigar. WnsitB hot retorts are plontlf ill in a gas- housa Boston Herald New CATARRH. Catarrhal Deafness Hay Fever A noma Treatment. Sufferers aro not generally aware that theso diseases aro contagious, or that they ore duo to tho prescneo of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Microscopic research, however, has proved this to be a fact, and the result of this dlscovory is that a simple rcmody has been formulated wheroby Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness aro permanently cured In from ore to throe simple applications made at homo by the patient onco in two weeks. N. II. This treatment is not a snuff or an ointment; both have been discarded by romitamo Dnvsicians as lniunous. A Damnn- let explaining this new treatment is sent on receipt of three cents in stamps to pay dosUbo by A. H. Dixon & Son, cor. of John and King Street, Toronto, Canada. CArU- Totally Helpless MInMnrlS3S, I was taken with BcUtlorheuma tlsm Id my lea and arras, tind was confined to my bed entirely bctpless. Iti August I was Just ablo to mora around. 1 was TO'tuced to a mens skeleton, mj nppotlto was entirely Rono and my frlndi thoucbt I could not live. I took nlmotrt everything. but with do Rood result!. Quo day. reading about taking jiood sarsaparliia in warm, April ana May. I concluded to try It. Ono jtxtlo Rare me so much re'lef that 1 to-lt four bottles, nnd since then I bavo no; bocn troubled witu rlieumatlira, and rnr general health has nercr been better." VTM. V. AY lor, Emporium, Cameron Co., re an. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dnutfists. fliBlxfurS5. Prepared only tor C. I. IIOOD & CO.. Apolhecarlei, Lowell, Man, 100 Doses One Dollar tian Advocate. Btferers from Catarrhal troubles should carefully read the above. Two ot tho wealthiest men In the 'West are said to havo been messenger boys. It pays to go Blow, after all. Yoaiters BtUa- Never Say lel Scntii-ffed with ulcors, bolls and tetter, Wenkof limb and iorf eyo, llopaUss now of growing better, Surelr one mnat die. Not at all, poor, discouraged sufferer from disordered blood and scrofulous trouble. Take Dr. Plerco's Golden Medical Dlcov cry, theirreatblood-purifylnennd life-saver of modern days All thoso unwholesomo sores and blood disorders maybe cured, nnd uie vicum win iook ana iceinirennewmnn. ims irarranKa to heneilt or euro or money Perfection is attained In Dr. Sage's Ca- tarrn ncmeuy. it cures mo worst cases. WnoivBR undertakes to devour poultry without thoroughly plucking it is apt to eel dowa in tho mouth. Whitehall Times. Unprecedented, Never beforo in tho history of the United States has thero bocn such a Winter as tho S resent, ana never Deroro In its history ave the people been afforded such facilities for travel as are now pit-en by tho New York Central and Hudson Ilivor Railroad. Eight magnificently equipped passenger imm traverse uio rmpiro oi&ro uany, ar riving at and departing from Grand Centra: Station, in the very center of ' The Ainerl can Metropolis. "new York Times. POST say that a woman la a iniLnA.i. boarer; be gallant and call her a carrier uuvc Aicuson uiooe. Tjtb most potent remedies for the cure of disoasohave been discovered by accident iuDiibuusQuir. onaucnuorgcr'S Antl- uwwiui Ai.i.uu wus Kivt-u, an un experi ment, to an old ladv almost dvtnp from fhn effects of Malaria, on whom Quinlno acted as a poison. One dote cured her; and a single doso has cured thousands since. It is the only known Antidote for tho poison of .uiuaria. ouiu uy uruggisis. Ijr the choir-singer doesn't get along well It la her own fault Bho has her chants in IHO. Washington Capital. THE MARKETS. New Yonc, Jan. 15, KS90. CATTLE Native Steers J S 50 at 5 20 COT1 ON Middling a 10l rijouit winter wueat a so w a e WHEAT No. 3 Bed tHVl ixHa OOKN No. 2 Ml BtHl uA-is western Aiixea si a buv) i-uitii jnees iu w ia n w ST. LOUIS. OOTTOK-Mlddllng UKEVES Export ifteeri Shipping " noas Common to Select.... 811EEP Kir to Choloo i'LOUK-l'utenti! XXX to Choice WHEAT No. 2 Red Winter.. CORN-No.3 Mixed OATS No. I 11YE No. 2 T011ACCO Luf s (Missouri).. 2 60 Leaf. Burlev 8 03 HAT Choloo Timothy 8 60 a 11 W HUTTEK Ono CO Da IT 20 it 21 KUGS Frem .... a 11U roiiK attnaara uess u Bittv iv uo a 4 60 8 00 8 23 4 00 4 00 a 2 20 a 21 a 41VIO n c oo 4 60 B "0 6 60 4 20 2 SO 77 25Yl 21H Id 10 00 IIACON-Olear Kit) a I-AUI) rrlme Btearar. a WOOL-Choice 'tab O CHICAGO. CATTLE Shipping B 00 a irOGS Good to Choice BIO a Hlllil'l' Good toCholce.. KLOUI1 Winter Patents.., Spring Patents.., v jicAi no. i opring........ COltN No. 2 OATS No.2 White. I'O UK-Standard Mess KANSAS CITY. CATTLE Shipping Steers. . . , HOGS Sales ut I. WHEAT NO. 2 (HaiO) OATS-No. 2 CORN-NO. 2 NEW ORLEANS. FLOTJK nigh Grade OOKN Whlie OATS Choice Western HAY-Choloe.- i 1 PORK New Mess BACOK-CIear ltlb.. COTTON Middling .,, , ,. LOUISTILLE. WJIEAT-No'.'l Be4rtA......i COHN No. 1 Mixed OATS No. 2 Mixed..,,. J'ORK-Mees UACON-Clear Ulbv. COTTON-MWdlln ',., I 7o 4 60 4 40 a .... 18 28K& 20 a .... o s io a 67WO .... a istte 21UO 60 14 a ,. a 8149 6 20 8 K'.l 4 78 6 00 76 28ta WW 8 00 4 71 8 CO VJ 21V) 4 80 ' 87 i 81 ia oo 10 121) 10 I 79 I 88 2iU 10 00 iey Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figsis taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remcdy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, preparod only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities com mend it to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for salo in &8o and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVIIU, Kr. HEW YORK, It.Y, French petoetlve Ability, Tho ability ot FronchdCtootlvealntho mattor ot dlstrulslnrr their Identity is marvelous. Somo rears agoone ot them made a bet that ho would, in the course ot tho next fow days, address a gentle man w,itn wnom ho was acqusintoa lour times, lor at least ten minutes eaon tlmo, and that he should not know him on any occasion until the doteotlve had mado hlmsolt known. As a mattor of courso, the Konllemin was on his guard, and mistrusted every ono who catno near him. Bat tho man won his bet. It is noedlcss'to cntor Into tho particu lars. Bufflco It to say that In tho courso of tho noxt four days ho presented him self in tho character of a bootmaker's assistant, a baak-drivor, a vonorabloold gontloman with a great intorost in tho llourso, and finally as a waiter in tho hotel where tho gentleman was staying. N. Y. Lodgor. Mist a man nvr irnta on the novular side till ho Joins the silent majority. Pndk. Ton CoTjant Am Tmboat Dhobdim hm Drmen't DronsA'al IVoeA "Have nrt changed my mind reaped! nr them, except 1 think better ot that whloh Ibegan thlnldnff well ot "Iter. Henry Ward Beeoher. Bold only in boxes. It Is the man continually cramnod who finds diaoulty la kelig his head abovo water. Texas BltUnfs. SJACOBSOIT, CUBES PERMANENTLY Horse and Cattle Diseases. For General Use, The Arma Palaco and Stock Car Co., Toledo, Ohio, June, ltu. We cheerfully recommend 81 Jacobs OU as the beat for general use on atock. H. ARMS & CO. Cold, Swelled IJmba, InOammatlsn, Nepontet.ia, Mar 21, IMS Mr intra caught ooldi rwuli; we I led llmbf, lunp between fbrclegi and lnflamma- Hlon. Cured her with St. Jacobs Oil. L.O, GARDNER. At narjooiaTf xn Dxit. Mil CHARLES A. V06ELER CO.. Baltimore. Hi, .Do you euffor from a dull, heavy pain or oppression in tho stomach shortly after eating, accompanied by a forma tion of gas and a belching of wind? Docs your stomach become tender or painful under pressure, nnd feel cold, as U it contained a lump ot ice, or one was being held against It? Is your breath offensive, and do you experi ence an ugly, bitter, tlimy tasto In the mouth, especially In tho morning? Do you often have headaches, and are you troubled with dizziness at times? Do you suffer from palpitation, or a trcmblicg or fluttering sensation In the region of the heart? Do you sutler from constipation? Do you feel dull, languid, listless, and low-plritod, or hypochondrlcal? Are you easily fa tigued and disinclined to take exer cise? Do you suffer from drowsiness after meals, and Is your sleep un re freshing? If you havo all or any considerable number of these symptoms, you are suffering from what Is usually misun derstood and taken to be dyspepsia, but which is really CATARRH OF THE STOMACH. In some cases the skin becomes hot and dry, particularly the feet nnd hands; in others, again, tho feet and hands are cold, and thero is great heat in the body and head. Sometimes there are sharp pains, front and back, under the shoulders, and there may be chronlo diarrhea. Tho tongue Is usual ly coated, nnd often there Is nausea and vomiting after meals. The appetite la variable, generally poor, nnd there Is often an excessive flow of saliva. The patient suffers from an increased fever during the night, frequently perspires while asleep and is troubled with "heartburn." Generally the face is flushed or tho skin becomes sallow, and sometimes there is a dry, harking cough, while the voice Is hoarse and husky. Not all of the foregoing symptoms aro present in every case. The moro complicated tho disease has become, the greater the number and dlrarstty of symptoms. Generally tho liver is torpid and many times the kidneys more or less involved. It is in the cure of this distressing malady that Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery has acquired world-wide fame. No matter what stage the dis ease has reached, It will subdue It, lf taken according to directions for a rea sonable length of time. One or two of Dr. Pierce's Pellets taken with the "Discovery" will add to its efficacy in case the liver is very torpid and the bowels constipated. The "Golden Medical Discovery" Is tho only medicine guaranteed to benefit or cure in every case of Catarrh of tho Stomach, or money paid for It will be promptly refunded. The "Dis covery" acts ipecijicallg upon the af fected lining membranes of tho stom ach, subduing the morbid conditions existing therein and preventing their degenerating into ulceration or possi bly cancerous disease. It contains no alcohol to Inebriate ; no sugar or syrup to ferment and further derange diges tion. As wonderful in its curative re cults as it is peculiar in its chemical composition. It stands alone incom parable as a remedy for the above described, distressing and dangerous malady which afflicts so many of our people In all stations of life. World's Dispensaut Medical As sociation, Manufacturers, 603 Main Street, Buffalo, N. T. HENftX. BO -DBA1BB IW DHt GOODS, CLOTHING, HAT8, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCER IES, PROVISIONS. TOBACCOS, HARD W ABE; QDEEN8WAKE, TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. Country Produce bought and told. Goods delivered free of charge to any part of the city. 701 & 903. West Main and Corner of Bolivar Street. IP. -A.. 3D "W" I GJ- HI T, DKALKB IN Groceries, Agricultural Implements Wagons, Spring Wagons, Buggies, Road Carts. Plows, Harrows, Hay Rakes. Corn Shelters, Feed Cutters, Steel Road-Scrapers. 704 Wost Main Street. F. H. REPHLO, DEALETt IN General Merchandise, No. 501 (Vest Main Street. $500 a ! f m f-TnT for an incurable cue of I Catarrh In the Head br the proprietors of DR. GAGE'S CATARRH REME SYMPTOMS OF CATAKBIIr-Hoadacho, obstruction of nose, diicbarrtt falltnsr Into throat, sometime profuse, watery, and acrid, at etber. thick, tenacious, muooua, purulent, bloodr and putm : eves weak, rlDjrlng' in ears, deafness, difficulty of clearing throat, expectoration of offensive matter; breath offensive; smell aod taste Impaired, and general aobUlty. Only a few of thceo symptom, likely to be present at coco. Thousands ef cues tcbuil in Mniumrjuon ana eaa in ine mva. Dy Its mild, soothing-, antlseptlo, cleanslDg. and hesXTng proportlos. Dr. Sage's Betnedy euros the worst casus. Only U cents. Sold by druggists ovcrrwbere. J, D. EIOE, (Successor to J. E. Hcmmcl) DEALKH IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, .and keeps constantly In stock a Urge as sortment of Glassware and Queens ware, eto. Highest market price paid for country produce. Goods delivered to any part of the city frco of charge. Gtvo Mm a call. C. & L. WAGNER BREWERS, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. KEG AND BOTTLED BEER- Have the largest Brewing and Bottling House West of St. Louis. -REteESTATEAGENCWll OFFICE OYER EXCHRNGE aw BANK. MONROE HOUSE W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor. S2.00 IE3 323 IE?, X5.A."Sr. Cor. High and Monroo Sts. Enlarged, rcQtted and furnished. First class in all departments. Ac commodating and trusty porters at all tiains. Electric Bells and Hess Guest call and Fire alarm In every room. OfTlco, Dining Room and largest and finest Sample rooms In the city on the first floor. VICTOR ZUBER DEALER IN AND MANUrACTUUKR Of sMARBLE AND GRANITE Monuments and Headstones. Adjoining MtrchaU'a Bank, JeSfraon St. HOTEL Bflst CoUffh Medicine. RonnmmonHAH Inr T)iirf(fMniia Cures where all els fails. Pleasant and acreeablo to the vuuuix-u uuiu iii wiuiuut oujecuou uy arugguUL EAtTqu ARTE rUT"" Ut H A A roil' rLAfisU! G rent public lntoreit s felt In this matter orer thocuumrjfu ono Innplrliis VRtrloMn pride In the yuuiu ui America, mv i- x. lur. Best BUNTING FLAGS, full alee. atlO nor cent. dlAcount from XlKGULAIl LIrJTlMtlCES TO FIXI, THIS SITCIAL DEMAND FOU ttO DAYS. H HSU FOIC CATAI.OUUK. Upton's Tactics for Drill Study. BAUD 0 MILITARY UNIFORMS. a. W. SIMMONS & CO., Oak 11.11, llo.ton. y5AVI TIIIS TXrin I r.ry tin.. rm wHi Pr.BuU'oCoughSyrnp-rS 1' MOTHERS FRIEND" AKEs-.oTrlEASy LESSENS Pfin.eoM LIFF DIMINISHES M"ffAp-r li'Wf UJW) ' BRADHrlDORglANTAgA "MOTHERS' muanai A Planters Experience. "Hy plmntaitloa im In malarial (11a trlct, ntiero fereranil aarne prevailed I employ 100 hand. i frequently half of tlicui were iefc. I woe nearly ilia, courascd nlieu I began tlie nao at Tutt's Pills Tlie vesalt u marvelloni. My man became .troDC and bcurty, and I hava naa no Kariour iraupie. llli ill... pllli, I fonld not fear to live in any swamp.' 11. B1VAL, Iiayou Sara, Ida. Sold Everywliere. Ofilco, 4A Murray bt., New York. MADE WITH BOILINQ WATER, EPPS'S GRATEFUL COMFORTING. COCOA MADE WITH BOILINQ MILK. CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm Gold in Head ELY BROS., U Vimi EL.K. Y. THE DINGEE & CONARD.CO.'S ROSES HARDY PLANTS, BULBS i SEEDS. rKbb nuf.riL mto-jii doiiu. Mi, NEW BOOK if FLOWERS! 16 Choice Errr-Bloomiir Roms, all UbclM il.M S Choice ETer liloomlntc Bomi, all Ubld.,..., JM S Best Cbrjiftnlheniuma, ft kind. Ubjled J&Q 101pkt.C4Voli.lQvri.Flowr8cad-lur Oollao'B Jt& W Cbolo vmrt. Vtrt. Sed, for Family Garden t.ttO Writ to-dy fur our lopttrbly lUaitrated HKW BOOK OP rLOWEKK-rc t dpertbt. tht abnTfi romplrte ml aeorc of other. AddrrttTHX DINOEE k COWARD CO., Box Ut West Qw. iC THIS IS THE CLASP OOFF'8 BRAID. whorovor found, That holds tho Roll on which Is wound Tho Braid that Is known the world around. NORTHERN PACIFIC. 11L0W PRICE RAH RAILROAD LANDS 0 FREE Government LANDS. MILLION UrCRl8Ul"'l.fliW ultartvl. Lane lr IT. PAUL. M mim, mivrnxmrnm laait, v Miwna mm "rani CClin CAB iTiblk'tUoM with map daacrfbtiiKTI wMNtw wis Mt AtrneuiaQrni.uraaiDV i Lnndnaowopcnto Rcttltra, 8CNT PR EE. HUAS. R IIMRnElU .tan?Oqmmli MIIWI MiaMHIIII' and Tmbar inn Bair torni. nook and map run, o.K.UlEttUfOaxiou.lowiu mnniO mapruii. o. . irl IMS 1KUm im; Um ma. I CURE FITS! Whan I r iinra I rln nnt n.in mrU ay iv.h for a tlmo and ban hurt them return again. 1 mean a tidfral cv. 1 ba?a made th dUcaae of FITS. ErT EYorFALLlNOBICKNElalire-lonvRtodr. lwar rant to 7 ramed? to care tlie worst caeaa. UaaM other have failed Is no reason for Aot now reoeilna a care. Bend at once for a treatlM and a Preaaattleef mi mr Infallible roraedv. at. u, HHII-, ai. viw IB real Olra EiDresa and Fc Poat-Otf II1 or oar Orcat bnnk .! tJtrma nnl ou dcilre them do use fool' lime on tnintrS iaai ood'b pat. at once for niajttitdcf ot outfit t Nmvr SUnlew lioaki 11 book and terms not atlifactorr wo will refusd roar taoneyi no riekt no capital Deeded botn ladies and gentlemen empiorea; don't loose tine Jn writing;1 itep In while tbo waters are troubled t' days are worta dollars. Addreir B. 1JOIINPON uu .won uam street. jicfltnoaa m FITR tratedDookon FITS and one montbs'sanv Ea7 1 a-Z P'e treatment rree ta tae wiu.aa-Mawu 1 O 1XDU3 KDICIlte tO,. BOCIUUTCB, UaUaa. tarauM xuis rar snr; tia m mi. n R TFHTQ! CAVEATS, TRADEMARKS, Mill 1 LA.lt ElaJ Se UKSIOICa. I H I FBen4 rough ak etch or cheap nodal of invention ihakuiatkit to a, u, aajsMBBBH ORALLE & CO.. WafiBll6TOftK CT srH AM I TQU T AM a s-wj Um yoa vrtta. HOT SPRINGS, ARK BIU A. U. 'WILLIAMS. Keildant Phytlclan and Surgeon. Treats all Chronlo asd jiiooa iueasest vorrespooaenoe prompiij asjwerea. CT1UI CV-AQENTS WANTED for the O I A ML CI OnTyyonulne HtYf ST1PTLK1 and ricturoauae Africa. Sales Immsasa, ft capi tal needed. OnttUi exchaiged free. Wilt pay ya to write for ipaclal facts to Historical roe. CoBL toala Me. CITY CORNER nlQIl AND MADISON STS JEFFBRSOHCITT, HISSOURI. FRRD. KNAUP, Proprietor. RATES $2.00 PER DAT. .Telephone communicauons sna oiucr modern conveniences, uommcrciiu men will find It to their interest to stop at the City. It is centrally lo cntcd and its sample rooms are mo best. Trusiy porters at all passen ger trains. THEODORE TAPER. Fan and Machine Repair Slops DIIASS CASTINGS 11ADK TO OUDKR- Give us a call for anything In our line. Satisfaction guaranteed. Shops on Jefferson street, between Dunklin and Ashley. -'J? H"F1- " FARMERS' HOME, FRED. TRUETZEL, Proprietor. Ilavinz purchased the "Farmers Home,' corner of Jefferson and Dunklin streets, and put everything about the prerciscs ln good order, l ask the. palronago of farmers and others. First Class Heals and Lodging, Finest liquori, nines, beer and clear always on band. Good horse and wagon lots. Rates very reason' able. Very respectfully, FREDt TRUETZEL, Prop PATENTS Tar IKTIMTORA. M-a BOOK rill. jUdra.1 f UlAW. WMU.IIM. ft. AGENTS UUAHTCn Out Urml, ip KXPLoniTions i. O Itrtea. Haw Book. J FubUalilal Oo BU UsU. VAJAHflMQ TIIK BEST XADK. WarraaU4. VVAUUIlO JKI.hJSII ala-.lll, 83T. rvawa 4 lAboma ualoa Kmhaig wkillAy ICj. $5 to SB a day. Sample worth SS.lt TOKK. Llo.Rtiotnnd.rhorMa'reet. Wrlta ikimiMurni iua uolsmoo.. HaUr.w. aril tlUa VAtlMtrmj Itm jMin. UnilC "TCOr- Bookkttploi.rcnman.llp.JHih. nUIRC vatl.. Shorthand, etc, tboroufhlr taotbl bj mall. clmUra frM. t lr COLLXUX, la(aU,a,T. A.-H. K. B. 1274. W1IKN WIHTINO TO AprEUTUElU FIJtAAK aUU tkt r h. A4T.rtlawua4 la ri'mWBsl FLTJMBBB. GAS AND STEAM FITTER 224 Madison Street. Agent for DetFoit Gas Macbino Co for lighting public and private buildings. All kinds of Iron and Wood Pumps and Fittings, Oss Fixtures, Chandeliers, Lead and Iron Pipes, Sheet Lead. Bath Tubs Wash Stands, Water Closets, Rubber Hoes, Globe and Check Valves, Stop Cocks, Sewer Pipe, Steam Heating Boll' ers, IUdlators, Eto. Steam Heating specialty. Plans and estimates given on all klndi 3i worn in unv pan oi ina oounijy. OATiTji 03NT THE STATE REPUBLICAN WHEN YOU'WAtlT FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING- JOB WOIK Tho following Jlonl Estate for Sale. Mrs. Seharp'a new three-atorj brick butlxlf lng, north ldo of Illgh. ' 1 Home of 0. M. Mint, on Sillier, botweerr Monroe and Adams, I'rlce. f 1,259. Ketterlna'a new aljt-room dwelling, affti te nortirijde of High, betwetn LalayettfK and Cherry. Prlco, 2.M0. Lota Noi. 038. 0X1, flu. on south side of Dunklin, l'rlce, 300 each lot. Five lots, fronting flnortaman parfe, 6u. ' JlcCarty, 61 feet by fos feet to 20-foot alley. Mrs. Helena Tlllin.in brick honse ,et . Broadway, between Main and railroad. Price, Sl,m Charles JlcOenneas ' new brick retldenco on High, between Lafayette and CUerry. nee. Mr. Nagle'a three-story brick dwelling-on weat side Madison, near Dunklin, l'rl.w, Mr. Roscra' two-atoir brick dwelling ort east aide Madison, near Elm. Price, $1,900. , The old llogcra mansion on WaW, nesCj" Sfe the pork house. For icrraa enquire. ,' jfsSKS: Tho new two-story brick residence of E. Sinclair on sonth side of McCarty, between. Jefferson and Waahlrglou. l'rlce SJ,eoO. Frank B. Miller's new brick residence on south aide ol McCarty, between Jefferson, and Washington, Ttn.iinnn nf Hen. J. I.. Smith, two-storr brick, tine orchard, vineyard and garden; 121-2 acres ground ; ouo-balf mile from city rice, ?B,rxw. The Tlchcnor residonco on Main, near Jackaon. l'rlce, $,250. AValtcr's lots on Main, between Monroe and Adams. For price enquire m.tnta Nna. Mil. nOTi east-lialf. 60(1 and 507 on High, between Marshall and Lafayette; alao, lot No. WW on McCarty. 8ub-dlvlIona J. 0. 7, 8, 0, 14. 15, 10, 17 anil 18 of in-lots Nof. 010, all. '. (WJ, KRJ, Ironllng UiM) on Lalayctte. by 188 1 1-2 deep ; . also, aub-dlvlfiona 1, 2 3, 4, io, 11, 12 and U of In-lota Nos. 030. ill, XI, M, !) and 80; lots . S. J and 4, rronung 4 ieei on oiciyuiii u 1US-D Inches deep; lots 10. II, 12 and u, fronting 40 feet on Miller by 11)80 Inches. Out-lota 17.2.1 and 24. For terms enquire ; each tot coutalna ii acrca. Samuel Iluirmastcr furm, Callaway coun ty.! 120 acrea. $32.50 per acre. N. H. Lackliart's farm, Callaway county ;0 acres, ifii per acre. Theinas Farmer's farm, Callaway connty ; 220 acres. IS per acre. It. W. Farmer's farm, Callaway county ; 85 acres. 2J per acre. K. W. Farmer's farm, Callaway county: 172 acres. ' $15 per acre. II. B. Farmers-farm, Callawayc.ounty: 120 acies. Sli peracre. W. E. Harris larm, Callaway county! 100 acres. $2;.,r0. Hammen farm, two and one-half miles cast of Jefferson City ; 1H acres, 100 acres la cultivation; good buildings, orchard nnd renccj well supplied with water, mce, $0,000- Gconre W. Gordon's farm, four miles from Jefferson City ; CO acres. W) per acres. ? J. Itallton'a furm. three miles west ol Jefferson City; line orchard! liBacrcs. For price enquire. Qeo. I. Ballov's farm, live miles from Aahland, Boone county; 185' acres.- 97.M per acre. W. C. Bryant's farm, near ClaysTlllo. Boone county ; 278 acres. $15 per acre. Wm. L. Norman's farm. Cedar township, Iloono county ; DJJ acres. $15 per acre. n. KnrHnt'a farm. Miller count v: two miles from Spring Garden, one-half ratio ta school and two miles to fine seminary; 271 acres. Enquire for price. J. C. Oliver's (arm, callaway county; 227 acres. ? 12 .00 per acre. It. P. and M. L. Nlchola' farm, tiro mllei of cedar city, callawa) eountypHO acres. iiu per acre. O, F. ICouna' farm, Callaway county, I0t acres 112.50 per acre. Wm. II Qrtflcn's farm, Boono county j 301 acres. $0 per aero Waller B.lton'a farm, four miles from Jeffcreon city ; 10) acres. 0 50 per aero. J o L'oone's farm, callaway county ; 144 acres '- per aero. J. It Staiidcfcr's farm, three and one-naif miles of cdar lty callaway county ; 274 acres. 125 per aero. Geo. W..I'enn'a farm, onllawav county.i rive miles of i cdar i lly, opposlto mouth ol woreau ; 2U acres. I'ncc, upw. AVm. Belles' farm, ( allaw y county : 1.14 1-2 acres ; 1 acre In strawberrlea, 7 acres n grapea. l'rlce, 32,200 Wm. Sinclair's farm, two miles from (cdar city, lallaway county; 8U acres. 139 Pencro. M. L Nichols' farm, Callaway county ; 100 acres, tb per acre. J T. Itlgdon's farm, Callaway county; 157 acres 47 50 per aero. Hiram Brook's farm. Boone county ; 440 acres. is per acre. Goo. e. Bassman'a farm, Cole county; 404 acres. '18 per acre, T. B Price's farm, two miles wet of Marlon ; 000 acres. (DO per aero. Simon N. Schell's farm, Colo county, near St. Thomas ; 520 acres, super acre. Jno N Koehler's larm, at Koeliler's ford ou Moreau ; .wo acres. ao per acre. A. M. Mahan's farm near Louman's tlon; 117 acre., l'rlce, ?l 720. It II. Gorney's farm, near Kusscllvltlo 1 60 acres. 120 per acre Nancy Scurlock's farm, near Buasellrllle ; 170 acres SI2 per acre. Hsnnagan place ; 57 acres one mile east' , of Jefleraoa city James A Hillard's farm, near Hickory II1I1; 107 acres. Urlco, Ji.000 John 11 Campbell's farm, Boono county) 160 acres. SU per acre .Taa. I aso's farni.Boono county; SCO acres.' . r2tl per acre. ' ":" (1 .11 ucKenna's farm Boone county 300- -acres 8 per acre. , , Olbbs and Maupln's farm', Boono .cquntfi' 10 acres- Price, 46W. - '' W C. Vanauadal's farm Boone county; 320 acres- $S pur acre, i O. Waddeu's farm Boono county t 1CJ, acres. W 8. t'aupln's farm Boone county r 123 acres. Price $ 1 20J. .. John Barger's farm, Boone county; 1 0, JSftfti. tv crcs. J20 per acre- r' , Bftf, Tom Holt's fann Callaway county, 'flyA?3SJiS- miles from Jefferson i lty; Juoacre. 4'per ,"?Sp5iv cre- I ' "W'M'-t II. T. Moore's farm. Callaway county r'Wfl.vSsfe,!1 aeres. 44o per acre, . ::. Jsft'",,)?" ' avrca l iuici v. Samuel Huffmaster's farm'. tys if acres. R2,5i per acre m. -1 ' v" - m v- I'm "m sl-'--?SCSS!sl .. ' saafcaL. uClUwyeoun,:ig r, iwawci. io,i ijcjt avis, ,- h.fij JNtA raon 'and Ashland. ' ' WiS.rSi in-ioia vio v iv. uoi.iuo ucy auu sn suodtviaious u io ana u ot in jots w w ( each fronting 55 feet on Atculion-fJi Jt,- w. ii uavia- larm, iivuaw isre , -west of Jefferson. t lty. on.Boonvllls' . Also, loo,i acres of, goo'HM', mm: