A THAGEDY OF FIRE.
Socrotnry Traoy'a Washington Itos
Mm. Tracy, Miss Jlnry Truer nnd n Do
mcstlo Demi In Coiiseqtienco Tlio
Hccrctnry mid Other Mke
WASiiixriTpN, Fob.il. Atsovcn o'clock
this morning flumes woro scon Issuing
from tho windows nnil roof ol Secretary
Tracy's hnnilsomo residence No. 1034 I
Btroot, Northwest Tho neighborhood
had not yot awakened, and all around
was still. Within tho residence not a
sound was heard, except tho crackling
of tho flumes, as with great tonguc3 of
flro they canio out of tho windows on
tho top floor. Soon tho front door of
tho mansion was opened and
two malo servants were seen
to cmergo and run for their
llvos. Figures robed in white then ap
peared at tho windows. Tho llro gained
hoadvay rapidly, and although the flro
department rosponded promptly, tho
rosldonoo was enveloped In flames when
they arrived. Secrotary and Mrs. Tracy
occupied tho back room on the second
floor. Mrs. Tracy, It Is thought was
Ilrst awakened by tho suUocatlng smoke.
Secretary Tracy was at tho ttmo un
conscious, and Mrs. Tracy, with
herolo devotion, attempted to drag
tho inanimate body of tho Secrotary
to tho window. In this sho partially
succeeded. Half dazed, and blinded by
tho smoko, sho opened tho window, and
Just as tho firemen wore putting up a
ladder to rescuo hor sho leaped to tho
sidewalk. Her body wai picked up with
sovcro Internal injuries and a broken
leg. Sho was taken to a neighboring
house and, without recovering conscious
ness, died Within an hour. Tho lad
der which would have saved Mrs.
Tracy's life, had sho waited but a
brief moment beforo leaping to tho side
walk, was soon placed under tho win
dow, and strong hands lifted tho body of
Secretary Tracy through It and carried
him to tho sidowalk. Tho secretary
was at ilrst thought to be dead, but it
was discovered that a small spark of lifo
yot remained. Ho was removed to tho
residence of Mr. liancroft Davis, near
by, and, at eleven o'clock, was reported
as Improving, though at that tlmo ho
had not gained consciousness, and was,
of course, unaware of tho death of his
wife and daughter.
Miss Tracy, tho secretary's unmarried
daughter, occupied tho third -story front
room and met a fato that was terrible
to behold. Tho young lady could bo
seen at tho window in the light that
flickered in botwoon tho blinding smoko
am! flames, clad In a whito robe, hor
)"inds In tho attitude of prayer and hor
). ' uplifted to Heaven. Tho flames
tf . initially hemmed her In and she linally
si.uk to tho floor, only to bo recognized
again by her charred remains.
French maid, Josephine, met a sim
ilar fato in an adjoining room whero hor
charred and blackened romalns wore
Mrs. Wllmcrdlng, Secretary Tracy's
married daughter, and her daughter,
Miss Alice, occupied tho second-story
front room on tho samo floor with Sec
retary and Mrs. Tracy, lloth sho and
her daughter jumped from tho window
to tho grass terraco below, and whllo
tho shock to both was sovere, neither
received, bo far as is now
apparent, any serious injury.
Mrs. Wilmerdlng had hor right
wrist badly sprained. Sho Is lying
hysterical and in a half-dazed condi
tion, but is rapidly improving under
treatment. .Miss Alice is suffering from
Tlio bodies of Mrs. Tracy and Miss
Tracy have been romovod to tho resi
dence of Attorncy-fieneral Miller. Mrs.
and Miss Wllmcrdlng are at Dr. liax
ter's, but will, during tho day, bo taken
to tho residenco of Senator Halo. Sec
retary Tracy remains at Mr. liancroft
Around all thoso rosldonccs groat
crowds congregated as soon as tho sad
news spread, and havo remained all dur
ing tho morning. Carriages and mes
sengers woro stopping at tho door mo
mentarily. With Mrs. Tracy and Miss
Tracy and Mrs. Copplnger, Secretary
Maine's daughter, all lying dead, Secre
tary Tracy seriously ill and his health
permanently Impared, (iovernmental
circles to-day aro enshrouded in sadness
President Harrison, as soon as ho
heard of tho calamity, sent assistants
Irom tho Executive Mansion to aid tho
bereaved family, and followed himself
to Inquire what assistanco ho could rcn
dor, and at this hour (11:45 a. m.) is still
wuu air. Tracy. Tho members of tho
uiulnot, with whom tho secrotary was
very popular, were among tho first to
call. They woro all shocked bevond
measure at tho calamity, and nlaced
their respectlvo houses nt tho disposal
oi tno amictea Jamlly.
It. C. Turner, a servant at tho Tracy
mansion, says ho was up and dressed at
soven o'clock, and was prepared to go
upstairs to clean tho silver. Ho slept
in mo Dascnicnc "Jim as 1 wa3 start
ing upstairs," said he, "a colored man
rang tho boll and told tho butler, who
answered it, that tho house
was on flro." Tho butler ran up
stairs and immediately rusbod back
shouting: 'My Ood, tho house Is on
llro!' Tho entire first floor was In
flamos. Wo ran out tho front door. Mrs.
Wllmordlng and her daughter wcro at
tho front second-story window scrcani'
ing for help. Tho lire department
seemed domorallzod, and both ladles
shortly jumped. Neither struck on their
foot, but foil on their sides."
An eyo wltnoss says that if Mrs. Tra
cy's strength had held out a low minutes
longer sho would probably havo boon
savou, as tho tlrcmen succeeded In cot
ting a ladder over tho brick wall a low
minutes after sho loosened hor hold and
foil to tho ground. Miss Mary Tracy,
who was burned to death, It is said,
could also havo savod hersolf if her
strength had hold out a fow minutes
longer. Sho fell In tho hallway of tho
second story a fow yards from tho bath
room, which, If sho had reached and
closed tho door, would havo lnsurod her
against tho llro and smoko until assist'
unco could havo roachod Her.
Chief Parrlsof tho flro dopartracnt,
ono oi tho ilrst to enter tho houso, ro
lates his oxporlonoo as follows: "I paid
no attention to tlio flro when I heard
there wore pooplo in tho houso. I folt
my way through tho smoko to tho sec
ond floor and found a man in bed in a
room. I tried to pick hlra up, but ho
was almost too heavy, I managod to
drag hlra Into a back room whero there
was more air and thon I broke tho win-
dow out and called to Low, who
was in tho alloy, to run up a
laddor. Thon tlioy took tho man out,
and It proved to ho tho secretary,
I could not mivp any further for J
was exhausted and full up to tho neck
with smoko. Then I went back Intd
tho Binokn and fire again and found a
young lady Miss Mary Tracy, they toll
tno It was and as I caught hold of hor
wrists to lift hor up the flash camo oft
hor burning hands. Sho had boon
burned. 1 got her out but sho was
dead. That exhausted mo; 1 could do
The Traey Family
WARHiNOToy, Fob. St. Mrs. Itcnjumln
F. Tracy, tho wlfo of Secrotary of tho
Navy Tracy, was In tho slxtlotljyear of
her ago. (ioncrat Tracy, who Was born
and brought up In Oswego. N. Y. mar
lied Miss C'atlln In 1 85 4. They resided
In that place until 1M13, when thoy
moved to Itrooklyn, whero their homo
has slnco been. Thrco children havo
blessed their union, Two are daughters
and thn other a son. Mrs. Fmma Is.
Wllincnllng, tlio oldest daughter,
Is a widow, with ono child. Mrs.
Wilmerdlng has resided with her
family slnco hor husband's death,
and went with them to Washington.
Frank 11. Tracy, tho only son, favot
Catarrhal D.afnesa llajr Fever A New
Sufforcrs nro not generally aware that
theso dlsoasos aro contagious, or that they
aro duo to tho prcsonco of living parasites
In tho lining mombrano of tho noio and
eustachian tubes, lllcroscoplo research,
however, has proved this to do a fact and
tho result of this discovery U th&t a slinplo
remedy has been formulated whereby
l.nlliMnhni, trt 4 l.'rt Wtwt d
N. 1). this treatment is not n snuff or ph
ointment', both havo been discarded by
rcputablophyslelanBhslniUrlous. A pamph
let explaining this how treatment Is sent oh
receipt of three cents In stamps to pay
postngo by A. II. Dixon & Son, cor. of John
and King Street, Toronto, Canada. CArto
RulTcrcrs from Catarrhal troubles should
carefully read tho above,
I snom.n like to see any kind of a man
distinguishable from a gorilla that some
good and even pretty woman could not
shapo u husband out of. O. W. Holnios.
Real Skin Snrquc:,
mis is 11 Kruubuuur. rust, iuiuiuv
army oi lauics mat win ucsiego inn sioro
Just Imagine tho
..-til 41. n t.. nnAilri l rnn If 1 hn il'tfri'nfH
his father 111 uppparanco and In his bit'- ' Is over ottered, But how lntlctl more Wort
hless ability. Ho Is thirty years old derful nil opportunity Is that presented to
and unmarried Hn now Uvnt nt hnmn every suffering woman by tho proprietors
ami unmarried, no now mcs at homo, pf )rj pi0rc0'8 Favorite Prescription,
nnd only spends In Washington what This remedy Is A (luarnutecd cure for till
tlmo ho can spare from his father's ln. thoso distressing ailments peculiar to Iho
lness Miss Marv True llin tinmar- weaker sex. It Is guaranteed that If It decs
1111.: . .V , i not effect A euro money vr bo refunded,
rled daughtor, ono of tho victims of ft carefully enntjiouiided by nn. ex
tho dlsastor, was llko hor mother in ap- pcrlcnccd und skillful physician, ahdadapt-
pearance. Sho was very nmlablo . nd
had hosts of friends who will bo horri
fied to learn of her dreadful fato,
How Secretary Tracy ltpceheit the 111
telllKeiiro of Ilia (lto.it I.usss.
Wasiiinutox, Feb. 3. President Har
rison has just returned from the bed
sldo of Secretary Tracy, who ho reports
resllng v comfortable as can bo expect
ed under tho circumstances. About
eleven o'clock Mr. Tracy recovered con
sciousness, nnd asked President Harri
son whero Mrs. Tracy was. Tho Presi
dent could not nnswer tho question. Mr,
Tracy evidently feeling that her oscapo
was lmpossiuic, said: "is sho dead? '
Still tho President could not answer tho
question of his friend, and Mr. Tracy
apparently realizing tho truth, from tho
l'resident s hesitancy, at onco swoonod
and remained unconscious for half an
hour, liecovorlnc ho asked for his
daughters. Tho President told tho Sec
retary that his daughter Mary was dead
and again Mr. Tracy swooned. Kecio-
ed to woman's dehento organiratloh. It Is
purely vegetable in its comnomtion ana per
fectly harmless in its effects in any condi
j tlort of tho system, and Is sold under a v
1 tie ounranlcr, of satisfaction In every case,
or money paid for It refunded.
Fon Constipation or Sick Headache, uso
Dr. Pierco's Pellets; Purely Vegetable.
I Ono a dose.
i Max llltes to think tho world a stago bet
ter than ho.UUcs to think that ho Is an aina
leur performer on it Atchison Globe.
I liivr. O lie. Ai.A. , Dec lltlt, lS-ti.
1 Messrs. A.T. Hiui.l.nsiir.itiimt tc Co.
ltr...li.ia,.H I.. J..). T ... b 1 t
received by mall bottloofyour Antldoto?or
Malaria for m.V brother, who had chills for
moro than six months, llo frequently broke
them with Quinine, but they would soon re
turn. I gavo him tlio Aiitldoto and ho has
not had u cliin slnco It lias mudo a;i
Mdncnf euro. Yours trulv,
: AV. W. l'Kitnuii.
Oontnwjiiiin Barely bureM,
To TUB .EnitYYit't Ptertftft Infrtrtn wine
readers that I have .a positive remedy for
tho above named, Alsoaao. Dy its tlmoly
uso thousands bt hopeless cases haVo been
ireruiuuuuuy ourea., j. snail oo giou w sonu
two bottlos of my remedy mm to any of
your readers who havo consumption If they
will send mo thole express and post-ofllco
address. Ilespectfnlly. T, A. Bi-ocuM, M. C,
181 1'oarl street New York.
Mr face Is my fortune, sir, sho said. Yes.
you could eislly get n long engagement ill
a dlmd museum.Dostott Herald.
Tho ttow York' Central Ilallroad has re
cently addod fifty new standard coaches,
hcatod by steam and llRhted by tho Flntsch
Bystem of gas illumination to Its passengor
equipment which, now consists of (181 first
olass passenger cars, 93 composite cars, 0
dining cars, W socondclass and immigrant
cars, SSO basgsgj, mall nnd express oars,
aud 20" passenger.loconiotlves.
Ix moments of decision there Is danger of
mistaking tho exhaustion of long spiritual
strugglo lor resignation to fate,
ScnnuM Changes of Weather causo
throat Diseases. There Is no moro effectual
remedy for Coughs, Colds, etc., than
UtiowN'a bnoxcntAblKOcans. Sold own m
tore. Price iflcta.
pin good die. yqilng. but It Is lha old,
who llvo to bo wicked, who improvo tho
Have no equal as a prompt and positive
euro lor sick nooaacne, uuiousnuss, cousu
tuition, pain In tho side, and nil liver troub
les. Carters Llttlo Liver Tills. Try them.
As FAST as you manter1 tho dlmcultles of
life, how ones arlso to demand your' attention
Don't fret over your trials The more a
plato of soup is stirred tho cooler it bo
eoir.C3. Boston Transcript
Tho tiersonallv conducted excursions to
tary Tracy's physicians riiv lllat ho Is tnis rapidly growing city havo been so suc-
,ii.t of ,!,-, ccssiui timt mo uuicago r.asiern Illinois
oi-l oi uangcr. Uniirnn.l. lvrnisvllln Koutn. will run ono on
each of tho following dates Feb. 4th, 11th,
lxtn ana atn. l or copy oi " Aiaoama as
It Is," and further Information send to
William 11111, Ucu. Pass, Agent, Chicago, 111.
It Is possible to bo so diligent In keeping
thevlneynrds of others that jotir own vine
yard bhall beoonio weedy.
Tho favorable Impression produced nn tho
first nppcar.im 0 of thoiigrecable llquldfrult
remedy Syrup or Kis a fow years ago has
been more than coulirnied by tho pleasant
experience of all who havo used It, and tho
success of the proprietors and manufact
urers tho Cullfornla Fig Syrup Company.
FiiiKjUEXTLT laUi election returns seem to
conic very properly from outlving districts.
Dodbiss1 Electric Soap docs not chap tho
hands, being litrfcctly pure. Many pcoplo
afflicted with Salt lllieum have been cured
by its use. Preserves nnd whiteijs clothes.
Havo your grocer order it and try it new.
The ClilniL'o roat-dlllrn Clerks Keektni?
an i:lht-IIour D.iy unit (ir.uU-il Salil.
Cmc.wio, Feb. 3. SomnthlnsT llko ISO
clerks from tho various divisions of tho
post-ofllco mot In room (!." at tho post-
oflleo yesterday afternoon at thico
o'clock. The object of tlio lueotlmr was
the formation of a permanent organiza
tion of clerks. This was effected under
the titlo of tho Chicago Post-ofllco
Clerks' Association. They Instructed
tho secretary to forward to Now York
an Indorsement of the system In voguo ,
there, and will endeavor to havo a I
similar plan adopted for Chicago, viz!
eight hours a day and grudod salaries
Irom SOUO to 81,400 a year.
VHO WAS ACCOUNTABLE?
New Tonic. Feb. 5, 1890,
CATTLE jfntlve Steors 1 3 Do a 5 25
ki,ouk Winter Wheat.
WII1:at No. 2 lted
COKX No. 2..,..
OATS Western Mixed.......
Wwi the Government, Through Admiral
Klmuerl)-, Hettponnlble for the Heath of
Chlcl i:nglnoer Hull ot the Nlpilc.
SvitA('i;si:,N. Y.,Feb.3. It is bollovod
that tho widow of Chiof Engineer O. W.
Hall of tho United States Steamer Nip
sic, who' was burled at Lafayette last
week, will bring an action airalnst tho
I'ntteil Mates Uovernmcnt for being, cotton Middling.. ..
through its oflleors, accountable for her i IU:KVI:shinnri'.,"0"S
husband's death. After Mr. Hall was lions Common to Scloct...
taken off his vessel at Apia, ho re
quested a much-needed leave of absonco,
by letter addressed to Admiral Kimber
ly, who, it is said, replied: "You will
seo that this roiueit Is not granted."
10 73 m 11 23
A CRISIS REACHED.
3 00 u
3 60 a
4 00 a
2 m a
The Montana Approprl itloli FnmU
hatnteil nnil LrgMutlon lmper.itlvi
Hi:m:xa, Mont., Feb. 3. Tho various
appropriation funds In tho hands of tho
State Treasurer have been practically
exhausted. Stato Treasurer Ilookman
has Informed United States Marshal
Irvlno that be will not allow any more
bills for tho support of convicts until
tho Legislature makes tho necessary
appropriations. This is a crisis in tho
situation of Stato affairs, and It is
thought it will havo tho effect of forc
ing tho Legislature to pass soino meas
ures this week.
The Sixth "-National Hank of
Slll'Xr Fair to Choice.
XXX to Choice
WllKAT-.No. 2 Hud Winter..
COItN No. Mixed
KVi: No. J
'lOHACCO I.ugs (Missouri)..
I HAY CholeoTlinotliy...
Itl TTKIl-Choltc Dairy
i:ii(iS Fresh ,
1'OUK Standard Mess
! 1IACON Clear Itlu
I.A II I) t'rl :nu stunill
1IOHS Good to Cliolco
SIIKKI' (iooU to Cholcu
I'l-OUH Winter Patents
f prlnit 1'ntenu
will.. An. v.. u..i..,.
COIIN No. 2
1'OltK Standard Mess
rATTM: Shipping Btecu... 321 e
HOGS Sales at 8 70 B
WIIKAT No. 2 (hard) u
OATB-No, 2.... , St
COltX No. 2 22 U
3 r,o a
la) 8 10
U 1.1 00
a 11 3i
ia 10 23
I) 83 a
Washington-, Feb. .I.-Comptrolcr of oATh-Choieo'wtern.V.'..'.'.:
tho Currency Locny this morning tolo- HAY Choke
graphed to Hank Examiner Hepburn to ii u'oN-cJe" nib".
permit tho Sixth National Hank of New corio.V Mlddllne..." '.....'.
1 ork to rcsumo business on TuoRilny, LOUISVILLE.
February 4 , rovlded Ml legal require- r.:.Z:i "V. 5
nicnts had been compiled with, and the oati No. t Mixed a
condition of alfairs was satisfactory to KKAV iiib" -.V.'": "'fog
.Mr. Hepburn. Iheso instructions to cotton Middling m
Hank Examiner Hepburn wero in answer rrrrr:
to a telegram from that ofllcer Inform.
Ing Comptrolcr Lacoy that Mr. Leland
had paid in $260,000 this morning, and
that tho bank was now solvent, and
would during tho day elect a new board
of directors and now officers.
a in oi
a to 73
The lilnho Tent-Oath Case, '
Washinoto.v, Fob. 3. Tho Supremo 1
Court of tho United States to-day ren
dered an opinion, through Justlco Fiold, '
alllrralng tho judgment of tho Third ,
Judicial District Court, In tho famous 1
Idaho test oath caso, regard-'
ing tho constitutionality of the
to it oath section of tho Ed-
munds-Tuckor polygamy law. Tho
court decides that polygamy and bigamy '
aro offenses against mankind and aro-t
not properly part of any religious bollof, r
and that a member of tho Mormon I
church or any sect that encourages '
polygamy can not tako tho test oath on
applying for registration to voto wlth
out violating tho law.
The Sixth Natlonul Hank.
Nkw Yoiik, Fob. 4. Tho stockholders
of tho Sixth National Hank mot yester
day aftornoon and olectcd the following
board of directors: C. H. Loland, C. J.
Landon, Jos. Park, W. .7. Qulnlan Jr.,
cashier of tho Chomlcal Hank, and F. D.
Tnppan, prcsldontof thodallatln Hank.
Tho directors immediately organized by
electing Chas. II. Leland president, and
Chas. J. Landon vice-president
Pilir.AnKr.i'iitA, Fob. 4. Tho coroner's
jury In tho caso of Hanker Dlttman, who
disappeared Docombor U, and whoso
body was found In tho Schuylkill rlvor
on January SO, rendered a verdict of ac
cidental death by drowning.
Piili.AHEi.rHtA, Fob. 4. Watchman
Hngncy, who was shot by somo unknown
person at PhosnUvlUe, Sunday night,
Instant Iteller, l lrt Application.
I mflVrcd dreadfully with neuralgic pains
In head which atlccted face and cj cm. I could
not attend work. I obtained Instantaneous
relief from first application of fit. JaroU OIL
II. M. CLAUK.
Suffored & Days boverely.
4626 Tenna. Avc.,ritUburg.J'a.,Fcb.l8,18ao.
1 lull'crcd very ecvero pains fn.m neuralrla
tot four days, but wan cured by St. Jacobs Oil.
Mrs. JOHN KLE1TLE.
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A kickcl in tho hand boats two In tho
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nils and nervine. It imparts vigor
and strength to the wliolo system. It
piSO'H 11E1IEDV FOB CATAllBIl-BesL Easiest to uso.
A. f7he.1tv.Kt. Ucllnf U lmranllAtA. A rnrn t rartnt,, Vnp
Cold In tho Head It hsu no equal.
IISIHIIISI UK SSMSMIIIWSSSS I
. JUnan fllP,mnt J ?.ll,'th,ti emsll pnrtlrlc.ls apollea to tho
nostril, rrki'.&ie. . KoldbydrijctMhraehthyinll.
auu.wo, a. jiAui.i..'iA nsrroo, III.
n.in. hum jt. fn--Trrt
SJB E D S.
men itanilaM lorti. B.na forTrll CuUecUoa U p li tbolcl VHtbU tida, poiiiild,
(or only COo. lleiidqiuirtvri tor all kind of Eoe, Flowering VltnU nt Uutbi, IUrdj
i'UnUar.d Climbers. OooU intTryhereby mftllor einnin. BttliifAcUon ravinuwd.
Write fur cur fcV CATALOUUK. 104 pajrei, UKAUTIFOLLY ILLUttTitATEl'-FRKE.
IncloitMIc ilsiutit (urBoiUtrtu C YOUNO t KONH CAi.. liort Dlt fit rut ut ll.l4n.
. n 1
xm& iuu ViVlt, tttij du jwm!
town to act as a special
a man or woman m every Ki,
agent, secure names to
whom we can mail sample
copies, display posters, and
secure subscriptions. Send
for our latest terms, more
liberal than ever before.
We offer a splendid
money making position to
the right person. For io
cents we' will mail sample
t1 copies of recent dates, terms
l. !...,. :ti..f.nrt
I l Ullliuilt WWM..VMW,
Al FWUielohU, Pa.
I CURE FITS!
VDitn 1 my cnrelda not reran merely to itop tbem
irmuu itua inrn lis TP incut rnurn ayain, t inc
adirvjal i-um. 1 hn tnavila th tilui&aia nf WITH.
rant my remedy to-cur tho worst oane. wtvui
for tima and thf n hira thani rat urn attain. 1 mean
railica) cur. hit ml th(1la of FITB.Kfl
cum. Rend fttortcn far $- V
mr mmiMble rrnnvly. nit
IUU. ItiMlT. 3f. d tiM Vr 0lrc(t w Yrlu
rnmm tuu rrseMry cw;witim.
To lntrvtui nur mihllrallAna. offi 1 Hit
PnlI-ftl?enocf arwuilr. IndudlKj ll'JJlrt,
oik; WtiurvlWl. tu.f fur riaoo or organ!
4popular on(i of day wranged by tlul greal
IwfonipoMr C'tuftHsM ih DLask. 'J'lila irraud eol
Kjhlecttoa and ouK'florupkU catalogut of muilcal
jf Mi-nupg aiwnwn iwii ui U
",itarnp nt atlm. "Adlrt Oalnvy ofMuiiC.LV
3TsdO Vubiaatat NUt, lloaton. Mum
A new ftowt-r rf fasclnatln baatr, adapted to pot
cnlture.ond wlltIll.(i(U WITlllNlUUT Y 1AVA
(iiU'rnuluztlmptod. l(ifrovtwo Uckea lilgb, and
laaia-rfectina-'Aof hit and ItUe b-on'onj , (rlmen)
IntrflkodlaiisLsi.Ui. In tho tfarittn It wiilforma aolld
carpet or blooui, vntle for email rota or aaoreriin tba
hgune. tlthcr n.miorr winter, ita Ixtaoty iirtninr
pavncK ftr only 16 cents wo will mall packet of
a?ed toirether wUn our new Cfttaloirneand forcolor d
tJ.lest.aJiclopackstof tbt rreat eYCUlK VhAMT
na you may n I ruddy potfeea It. Ula tha f ncit ever
lBjd urorneely llfustralfd with cnta and ertlored.
tilatea. Wo offer all aorta of and VKr
ItAlIK HiIftt'liB, CACTI ETC,, includloir manr
H It Kb O S VELTI I nerurWtvr ottered. Price 1 b
cent per eopy. Noiio cent frea, xcf pt to thn who
order f ho above aced. flfiid at onoe, aa tula oftrfr may
not appear attain. Addfe
JOHN LEWIS GHILDSf Floral Park, N. Y.
E?T"Ci',r. WAf-KK-MAl'OII. Tk. I.llsa
rl I O DMIar, roellirrly, 1'l.isstitlr anil l'ornia.
. . naiitlr Cures i-l TS l'lTil-yil'S, by Indian
FITS'1"' Usrks, Hants, tto. Bend for lllus
CITft pUtrralm.ntPr... I. IS. niU-acaiCOU
I I O llDUS KKUIC1IK to., KOCIUUTU, USUu.
xrniiu ruu rar(iin7 u. ,am,
TB IfANTKO for tho
Sites Imtnansa. No cast
iiatwiad f'. Wlllparroutovrlt.
(or ip.clal tacts to llifsfpsuoil. foa. Co.. St. Louis. Ho.
j ILto Principal Kxamtner U.B.Fonsionlluroau.
1 S rrslnlast war, li adjudicating cliins,aU' sloi'S.
tins pap wj iim rM rtu.
niPVni TC w .terrlhlni li Ui.lln.of
UIU I m.Ca"nei.,.Trlcrcls. Atsoreol Wcjd.s
by th. roonlb at lowest postlUs rats. W. ran lb. lara-eit
llicycl. repair shou la tlio 7sst. Writ, for caUlof a.
Br.Louis Whiil Co., Ill N.llta Blre.l, St. Loall.Ht.
UC C1VII RE11V1CI5I How to aet a Ooffrn.
s ai mo.t ciorksblp inilnj r5 10 11W a momh.
lailr or gout. t.O clsrka to I'll apolntwl for Census
w, rk. A book or full particular only S't cent. Ail
ilresa tl. tt. I'UiVlJ'Jx MUA. W.siilrijwu, JJ.C"
PAV8 THE FREIGHT.
A 14 n Uncpn Hcnlrn
Iron Lavfcra. htJ lJearluics 1'raaa
Xaro JfcMun and tta Uox for
Erwy BtaafVaia. VorfrrepHoalL-t
nuBfciflsTi thla uiicr and addreea
JONES OF BINQHAMT0N.
niNailAKTO.t, N. Y.
Uertwaii AatV"a Cur never fails ui lrm 4mmnH
atrUff Is tfta woralca, inaiirca eomfortableH
leep trlTacti r whero allothrri fall. A trintm
convineta i In most tkeptteaU lrleCs. and (!.
ot Drovtriata or by mall. BaiupU VKKR y
mall. DIU U. CUrrMAHM,l.lMB),MlaikR
DItY GOODS CLOTHING, HAT,
CAPS, D0ar8. SHOES, GROCER
IES, PROVISIONS. TOBACCOS,
H A UD WARE, QUEENSWARE,
TINWARE, OILS, pAliX:, EJLU.
Country'l'roduco bought and old.f
Soods delivered free of cbargo to
any part of tho city.
701 & UUo wesi Junin buu uruuc
of Holtvar Street.
aw-Mina rait rarsamf imjnshw
Vaalad la every Ornate, fare mm to Ml aadir lUtUae
ta ear Stem CervUa. Sipeiitaea aH aeemtary. rrUlari tTM.
jumi this rarm mn r "
Cored by Doltoa'a PoalUr Hheatnatls Caret alio aim
liar aRllctlona, where ethera fall. Oae bottle will cure the)
wont caae. Dy malt, ft. Oao. . Do ton. Bt. Loula, Uo
If yon want yom
' nut oar olalm la
tliPhanila of dUBKPIC HUHTJSH.
A'l-IXJIIMKX. WAIIIIHUTUA.il. V
KTMUU THIS tAfXft ery thaafswwrtta.
DUE All SOLDIERS.
If H dlsatiledi par.etct Do-
IT. KHDCBllk toil, Cl.ri.Mil. 0., TrUUfllM,U.C.
irvLM tais rarxa iw, smiws.
llrlra. N.w Rook.
it Unas. KaUoaal Pabllihlaf Co., UL Urals.
Sto SO a day. Bomplos worth tt.ls
FRKK. Unas hoi under hnrsos' foot. Writ
tutn-.TKH ainn mil iiolusu en., tMir,ir.ih.
tfo f Flok.t Fenco luenliui for BM.oo.
avtusiB Tut. Pars mm mm yw wnav
TCI CnnlDUV 1T.iwara.Uaioolryioi
I CLCUIUtrll I . poidUon so .v.rr rradu.to.
H Asaarluaii aobool of Tulcuraphy, MsIImb, H ts.
ruu this rArsa wI.rwwai
YnllUO MFM n Talempbr anil Ilallroad
lUUrli tnbn Aseat'a lluslnoss herojindsoenro
good situations, writ J. II. llltOWW, batUlut, Mo.
H1. A.. D-WI'O-HT,
DKALKIt IN I
Groceries, Agricultural Implements--Wagons,
Spring Wagons, Buggies,
Hoatl UariS. notTO, linrrorrs, isisjr
Rakes. Com Shelters, Peed Cutters,
701 West JIalti tjireci.
F. H. REPHLO.
General Merchandise, No.
Wvst Mun Street.
(Successor to J. K. Hcmmel)
DEALER IN '
Klnnln nnrl Vnnnv f!rn(f!r'fiI. and
Irccns cnnstnntlv In stock a Inreo ov
sortmont of Glassware and Quecns
ware, etc Highest ruarUot pricdt
paid for country produce. Good
delivered to any part of tho city free
of charge Give him a call.
C. ft L. WAGNER
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. j
KEG AND BOTTLED BEEE-
Havo the largest Hrcwlng and
Dottling Houso West of St. Louis.
W. W. WAGNKK, Proprietor. J
2.00 PEE X3.A."Z"-
Cor. High and Monroo Sts. j
Knlnrgcd, refitted and furnished.
First class in all departments. Ac
commodating and trutty porters at
all Mains. I
Klcctrlu Bells and How Guest call
and Fire alarm in every room. Olllco,
frilling Room nnd lnrgest ami finest
Sample rooms In the city on the first
DEALER IN X1!L MANUFACTURER OF
sMARBLE AND o GRAHITEsj- )
Monuments and Headstones,
Adjoining Merchant's Tank, JelTerton St. j
COIINF.lt lliail AND MADISOS STS.
FRED. KNAUF, Proprietor. )
RATES-$2.00 PER DAY.
Tclcphono communications nnd oilier
modern conveniences. Commercial
men will find it to their interest to
stop at the City. It Is centrally lo
cated and Its sample rooms aro tho
best. Trusty porters at all pauscn
ger trains. 1
Farnr and Machine Repair Shops
BRASS CAST1NOS MADE TO IMtDER-
Give us a call for anything in our
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shops on Jcffersou street, between
Dunklin nnd Ashley.
" FARMERS' HOME, "
FRED. TItUKTZELj Proprietor.
Having purchased the "Farmers'
Home,' cornor of Jefferson and
DunKlin streets, and put everything
about the premises In good ordc r, I
ask the patronage cf farmers nnd
II n II C ncV Book ktsFSacrsBinaasfclp, Irlla.
nUrilC roatle, Shorthand, eta. thoroughly taorht
tirm. II. areolars frta. Sr COLUBJ, flU,.Tl
urviva tuu rirss hm. vi..
rA I BlJ'.a.r
A. nr. k. a
WIIRf WltlTINO TU AUVEIITISEH lOXAtK
st.l. that Hf tl. A4rtlMsaasis U tM.
First Class Meals and Lodging.
Finest liquors, wines, beer and
c'gam always on hand. Good borso
nnd wagon lots. Rates very reason
able Very respectfully. i
FRED. TRUKTZEL, Prop.'
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
224 Madison Stueet.
Agent for Detroit Gns Machine Co
for lighting public and private
All kinds ot Iron ant Wood Pumps anri
Fittings, Gas Fixtures, CbandcMcm, Lend
and Iron Pipes, Sheet Lead. Bath Tubs, y
Wash Stands, Water Closets, Rubber'
llucs, Olobo and Check Valves, Btop
Cocks, Sewer Pipe, Bleam Healing 11611.
ers,.Iladtators, Etc. Steam Heatings)
Flans and eeltmates given on alt Until
ot work lit auv part oi Ui couutry.
l Vis I
THE STATE REPUBLICAN, Vil
WHEN YOU WANT FIRSTTCtASS .
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