7 ' '
fltlnilonip Now Nprlij? Coa.1uinft.-rlrrc.
i'nlro nml Kinplre Mlylca HttH tit Voguo
(Special Now York Oorrespon.lonce.1
TI10 city is fillo.l with nleffantly at
tired women, freshly gowned In nmv
spring- httfro. Thoso hamlsoino ear
inontsaro mostly plain rcclicrclio, and ex
ceedingly stylish, dcstltutoof eccentric
ity or surprising conspicuous features,
and remarkable clilcllyfor tho lino qual
ity ot the material, and their oxqutslto
lit and finish. Thero aro Dlrootolro and
Kmplro characteristics observable, and
often picturesque suggestions ot tho days
of .loscphlne, or JInrlo Antoinette, hut
no modified by good taste, artlstlo judg
ment, and tho discretion that avoids
overy thing bizarre, that It Is a positive
delight to behold fashion in Its present
nt'traotlvo phase. Throughout tho past
winter it was predicted that tho spring
would put an end to tho Dlrectolre and
Rmplro styles, but they flourish along
with other popular modes, and bid fair
to remain In high voguo for many
months to come. Hut tho details of
cither st.ylo have never yot become ob
ligatory. Thoso havo olocted for cither
fashion, who admired its outlines and
olfects, and none othor.
Round and belted waists remain in
fashionable favor, notwithstanding the
groat voguo of rcdlngotes and polo
nalsos. Many beautiful spring toilets
in this stylo aro made of the lovely
or e 1 a b o rately
a r 0 daintily'
made, for In
stance, of softest
hair in delicious
old rose tints, in
green, In soft
in the faint rosy (
violets, and in I
Marquise brown, 1
and the exquisite j
dyes in d o v e,
lawn anil gray so
dear always to
French wo m a n,
Tim collar, re
orsand cuffs arc
braided, and if the goods aro unpat
terncd, rows of ribbon are largely used.
Ilandsomo elalrottes and eivpalincs, j
convent cloths and othor line woolens
aro made up with round waists and (Ire
clan draperies, and trimmed with 1'op
Man-brocaded ribbons, or In combination
with surah tho shade of tho wool fabric.
Tho charming creamy and silvery
tints In gray aro noticed among choice I
and expenslvo tailor gowns Irom I'arls
and London. The elegant textiles com
1 o -tug these dresses do not require any
intricate manipulation, and tbetlreoli
HTirts and clinging draperies which
fashion favors aro peculiarly adapted
to them, r-omo gowns are In prinecsse
shape at tho back, with open redlngote
fronts. Othors aro fashioned with
prlncesso fronts, with plaits or panel
pieces adjusted to tho hips, or with
llrecian draporios arranged with classic
art and graco.
China silks ap
pear In most
ties and patterns.
These aro usual
ly trimmed with
tinted or gay-colored
bons tho shade of
the figure In tho
silk; and charm
ing, indeed, aro
some of theso
toilets, a Zuavo
jacket girdle and
sash of moiro
in tho accesso
ries. More dab
orato and dressy
toilets of theso
silks aro made
with rich laco
petticoats and Dlrectolro rcdlngotes oi
tho figured silk, tho skirt-portion
slashed to tho waist, at intervals, to re
veal the filmy laco. There are full
fronts to tho corsage, which glvo char
acter to tho whole, and often mousquo
tairo revers of velvet aro added.
Fashionable modistes and ladles
tailors aro making great uso of the
s 1 a n-patterned
bands and gal
ing them with
stylish and un
common o IT n cl
on skirts, a'
borders, and on
11 lack toilet!:
will bo oxten
s i v e 1 y worn
both in light
and stately ma
gant black din
ner gowns for
pas t-K a s t e 1
wear aro en
rich by Per
ies, gold, bronze
mcnterics, and pendants, bands and
special ornamonts in cut jet, theso oi
wholly novel dovlco, and of princoly
Among all tho rtrapod, plaited,
shirred blouse, and crossed bodices,
t-ho plain glove-fitting French corsage,
laced at tho back, Is in high favor for
dressy wear. Tho front is fitted as
closoly as possiblo by a deop-curvlng
beam down tho center, and by diagonal
French darts. Tho under urm seam is
gracefully arched, and tbo bodice is
Tho pretty "supper-jackots" of volvot
lined with rose, mauve, or other protty
silk, will bo worn all summer over airy
toilets of laco net, muslin or India silk.
Thoro is a positlvo rago for tho lovely
French challies which havo appeared In
inoro beautiful shades and patterns than
That favorod article of dross, tho tc
gown, is likely to provo a joy forever.
It has formed a garment of great luxury
and richness tho past eason, and for
tho coming summer it will ho a model
of tho daintiest and most bewitching
description. Tho latest importations of
theso gowns aro something lovoly.
Tho nowly opened cases of parasols
are works of art sent from various
quarters of tho globo, and they cost
anywhere from two dollars to two hun
drod. Thn array of oxqulste dancing
toilots in tho importers, hands beggars
description. They suggost nothing less
laautiful than the characters in "Mid
Hummer Want's Dream." 0 D. E
HOW SOME CREATURES FEED.
Tun clam feeds with a siphon, and tho
aystcr with its board.
The leoch has throo saws, with which
it docs good Eorvlco in tho phobotomy
8riDr.ni chow thoir food with horny
Jaws, which aro sharp onough to glvo
quite a nip.
Tun butterfly pumps nectar into Itself
through n tube, and bees and flies suok
up thoir food with a long tonguo or pro
boscis. Tin: tapoworm. has hclthor mouth nor
stomach, but Just lays along and ab
sorbs tho already digested food through
Sx.UM havo teeth on their tongues,
hundreds of them, but, as If thoso wore
not enough, somo havo them also in
Tin: woodpocljer has n Ihrco-barbed
tonguo like a Fijian's spear, with which
it draws out the worm which it has ex
cited by Its tapping.
Till) oturgeon Is toothless and draws
In Its food by suction, but tho shark
has hundreds of teeth set In rows that
sometimes number ten.
Tin: euttleflF.li, which nmong other
strango thing?, always walks with Its
head downward, does not chow its food
at nil, but masticates with Its gizzard.
Toads, tortoises, turtles and most
lizards havo no teeth. Frogs havo
teeth In their upper jaw oniy. Ant
eaters, cloths and armadillos havo no
'I'm: caterpillar feeds with two saw
edged jaws, working transversely, and
uses them to such good advantago that
ho eats throo or four times his own
weight every day.
lr.Astiorrr.ns and locusts aro very
well provided with tho necessary ma
chinery for eating much and often.
They havo saw-llko jaws, and gizzards,
too, tho latter being fitted out with
Tun lion and tho tiger, and, Indeed,
most ot tho earnlvora, do not grind
their food, using their Jaws only up arid
ilown, tho molars acting llko choppirtg
knlvrs, or, rathor, scissors. Their
mouths, In fact, aro a vcrltablo hash
mill. Titn carp's teeth nro sot back on tho
pharynx, so that It may bo literally said
to mast leato Its food In Its throat. Tho
carji, too, is about tho only cud-chewing
fish, tho coarsely-swallowed food being
forced up to theso throat teeth for com
Dons selzo their food with their jaws,
cats with their feet, nnd so do monkeys,
come of them pressing their prohensllo
tails Into service. Tho squirrel uses Its
paws to carry Its food to Its mouth) tho
elephant Its trunk, tho giraffe, ant
eater and toad their tongues.
Tin: jellyfish absorbs Its food by
wrapping Itself about tho object which
It seeks to mako Its own. Tho star
fish Is even more accommodating.
Fastening Itself to tho body,lt wishes to
feed on, it turns Its stomach Insldo out
nnd enwraps Its prey with this useful
Tin: ray, or skato, for Instance, has a
mouth i.ot transversely across Its head,
tho jaws working with a rolling motion,
like two hands i.et back to back. In tho
jaws aro thrco rows of flat teeth set
llko a mosaic pavoment, and between
theso rolling jaws tho fish crushes
oysters and other mollusks llko so many
LonsTr.r.s and crabs mastlcato thoir
food with their horny Jaws, hut they
havo also sets of teeth In their stom
achs, whero they complete tho work of
chewing. Hut thero Is orto peculiar
kind of crab called tho king or horao
shoo crab which chows its food with its
legs. This Is an actual fact, tho llttlo
animal grinding Its morsels between Its
tlilghs before It passos them over to its
Tin: amateur biologist is perplexed by
tho anatomy ot tho oyster. Ho can not
make hcid nor tall of It.
Sour, one who believes that "brevity
U tho soul of wR" writes: "Don't cat
stale Cj-cumbers; thov'll W up."
Tho lloautr of Health.
How many women with regular features
that might bo beautiful, aro not, and Instead
of awakening our admiration only ttrouso
OUr nitv. Their hnllnw nvna nn,l nnWn
Cheeks and Sallow skin hdlmt. nnp
Alas I nn invalid wifo or mother or sister
fills the housowith gloom and sadness, and
an otherwiso happy flrosldo is shadowed
with a pall of regret. Ulessed bo tho physi
elan who lias invented a remedy with power
to strengthen tho female organization, that
regulates tho delicate functions of lemlnino
life, that relieves thoso bearing-down pains,
that renows tho appetite, that perfects di
gestion, that brightens tho eyes nnd beauti
fies tho complexion with tho glow of health.
hUCll a remOdv is Dr. null's Hnrannnrilln
it Is woman's best friend for counteracting
tho evils that afflict her sex. Thousands of
ladles owo their beauty to a uso of this in
comparable alterative. Demand it of your
bfti' . a.uvu uu uuilt, imni jacks.
Tire great bell of Hung-wu, which has
long lain half hurled In tho ground, has at
kngtn been lifted by forelcrn machinery
and hung in a patoda built of Iron by a for
eign firm. According to prophecy, this bell
was never to bo lifted until China had
caiereq upon a new career 01 proaperlty.
Tho "Air Line."
To any one contemplating a Journey the
shortest and most direct line is always to
be desired, and where one can get this,
together with accommodations which can
not be excelled, no further inquiry should
bo made. The .cmfjrtlfe, JUvanBtitlt it St
Loui) "Air Ane" coiupriies each of those
features, being ttxty miles tho shortest
line between St. Louts and oufsrte, aud
the only Hue running olegnut lMrlor Cart
on day trains and l'ullman Slctpert on
night trains. This Hue Is also the most
direct route to all points in Erulcrn Ken
tucky and rnncJe-tho Virginiat and
Varvtlnat. Ttco Traint oaoh way daily.
For tickets, Information or sleeping-car
reservation, call on or addros It. 15.
Mounts, City Passenger Agent, 110 North
Fourth street) 8t. Loulsj or at Union Dei
pot, Jos. H. UnionNK, 0. 1'. A.,
TnaDukoof Fife was revealed lately as
a partner in tho banking firm of Henries,
Farouhar & Co.. ns well as in Scott & Co.
KtrTtt-f rnnta-tant. clad for tht fray,
Ariti.t.1 with pood .tol an4 In tint lie arraT
fttrltinir for lucre, ah brave KnipliLot oM
ttrove for their honors end nu'ttalH of fold.
pi Iv In r each rhlnlng lion over the rnpr
Seeking to Round, an the most propercarer.
The pral-ea or r-tnediefl known Ihe v. orfd over
r'roni rarl. tor&lat., from ratals to l'overi
Bat each Knight valnlxatrlvti languaoe fall! Indft.
prrlpllon . ...
Of the ininlfold virtue of "Favorite Irerlpllori."
When 111 or deprossod With that "dragtf-Ing-down"
feeling, consequent Upon yeak
noss, suffering from headache, weak or
lame buck, nnd the many Ills common to the
weaker pex, tjiko Dr. l'iorco's l'rescrlptlon
which is guaranteed to glvo satisfaction or
prlco ($1 (Ai returned. Boo printed guaran
tee on bottle-wrapper.
" ' '
Dr. Pierce's Pellets gently laxative or
actively cathartic according to doso. 23 cents.
TifEnE probably never was a woman who
said an unpleasant thing to a man that olio
did hot add that alio was telling him for his
own good. Atchison Globo.
A truToJor; calling at a hotel, loft
his umbrella? In the stand with a labol
attached, bn.whlcb was writton In bold
oharaotcrgrf.?frhU umbrolla bolongs to
a man Who Can' deal a blow with his fist
of tho loftiO'dtj 350 pounds. Coming
back In toa'iinyitttos.'' Having accom
plished hU errand, ho wont to look for
his UmbroUftib'ut found lit Its pitted It
card lnsbfltxjdfas follbwsl "This Card
bolongs hiV-inan who can run fifteen
milos an 'howi'?''' Isn't coming back."
''I m 9 p 1
"Met you" wifo with a smllo on your
IBs," aysttekohanffo. Better Walt un.
11 tho 6dn .ef thn "smlls" has abated
somewhat, though. Toxas Sittings.
- . ....j. , ,, . .t.t;: 'jsss; i4,--,-t
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for
any caso of Catarrh that enn not bo cured
by taking Hall's Catarrh Curo.
F. J. Cuenet & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Wo, the undcrsipned, havo known F. J.
Cheney for tho last fifteen years, nnd bcllcvo
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
Wost&Truax.Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo.
Wnldlng, Klnnan AS Marvin, Wholesalo
Imieglsts, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall & Catarrh Curo is taken internally,
actlngdircclly on tho blood and mucous sur-
iaces 01 1110 system, testimonials rrco.
t'rlce, 75c. per bottlo. Bold by alt Druggists.
Mast ncoplo take no caro of their money
till they come nearly to tho end of it j others
do Just tho samo with their time.
Wo can mention no fnlluro more disas
trous than that of physical energy. It in
volves tho partial suspension of tho digest
ive ana assimilative proccssos, ana emails
tho retirement from business of tho liver
and kidneys. Only through tho good offices
01 iiosteuer's otomacu mucrs can too res
toration of Its former vigorous status bo
hoped for. When this aid has been secured,
n resumption of activity In tho stomach,
liver and bowels may bo relied upon. Tho
Bitters conquers malaria and kidney troubles.
New York, April 1,
OATTI.K Nutlvo Steers J 1 1)0 a
I'LOUlt-AVIuter Wheat J 15 a
WlIlJAT-.No. -I d B7Ua
COIt.N No. 2 87 a
OATS-Weatein Mixed J70O
1'UltK Mesa a 76 a
riEEVKS Kxport Stcors 1 to a
shipping 8 23 a
HOGS Common to Select. ... 4 00 a
MIU:i'-t'ulrtoCliulco ill a
iLOUHl'att.nts 4 05 a
XXX to Cliolcu 2 10 a
WHIiAT-Jio. -i Kcd Winter., 77fta
COKX-No.il Mixed 26 a
KYK No. 2 Mia
lOllACCO-I.ugs (Missouri).. I iso a
I.onf, itiirloy 'A bo lib
HAY Cliolcu Timothy 10 00 a
llUTTj;rt-OllolceDulry 17 a
EtiC.s fresh , a
1'OltK-standard Mess u
11ACON Clear Itlb a
LAHI l'rliue Steam. , a
WOOL Choice Tub a
CATTLE Shipping S 40 a
1IOUS Oood to Choice 4 10 a
MI1JKI' Good to Choice 4 75 a
'LOUIt Winter I'atcnta 4 00 a
Spring l'atenis 4 60 a
WHEAT No. '2 Spring 79 a
COIiN-No. 3 a
OATS-No. JWhlto 21a
roHIC btundard Mess 10 65 a
CATTLE Shipping Bteera... a 40 a
HOUS Sales at 4011 a
WIIKAT No.2. Bed 70 a
OATS No. '2 19 a
FLOint-IIlKll Grade 3 70 a
cohn White 40 a
OATS Choice Western a
1'OIIK New Mess a
1IACON Clear Itlb a
WHEAT No. 2 Ited a
CORN No. 1 Mixed a
OATS-No. 2 Mixed 24 0
I'OKK Mcas a
HACON-Clear Rib a
COTTON-Mlddllng ,,, a
A MAtf seldom realizes what "ashes to
ashes" means until he has to sift somo
when the wind Is blowing great guns.
Home-Seekers' Half-iuto Kxcurslona via
On Anrll 22 and 5f.iv 20 tho Wabash Rail-
road will sell tickets ut 0110 faro for the
round trip to points in Kansas, Nebraska,
Indian Territory, Texas, Now Mexico, Colo
rado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montana,
North and ttouth Dakota, Northwestern
Iowa nnd Minnesota. Tickets will bo good
returning thirty (COi davs fromdatoof sale.
lxr particulars apply to 1110 nearest mckci
Bus can appreciate a liiss from bcr Hus
band saonty-five years after tho marrlago
r.eromonv is neriormcu.
Oomampt'on Rurely Curod,
To the Enitoa 1 Please in form vour read.
ers that 1 havo a positive remedy for the
abovo named disease. By its timely uso
thousands of hopeless cases have been per
manently cured. I shall be glad to send two
bottles of my remedy thee to any of J our
ruuuyrs who navo consumption 11 tney will
sunu tao tueir express ana post-omce aa-
aress. uespectiuuy, A. A. hlociim. m. a,
1S1 Pearl stroet, Now York.
Sue can danco all night In a pair of shoes
two sizes too small for hor, and enioy every
mlnuto of thotlmo.
Common senso teaches us that a thorn or
splinter in tho llesh must bo removed before
the part ran heal. Malaria In tho system
must be destroyed beforo health can return,
rihallenberirer's Antidote for Malaria does
this and health returns Immediately, Thero
is no other known Anuante. Bom uyurug.
gists, or sent by mall for ono dollar. A T.
rihaucuuerger & Co., Rochester, Pa.
Chemists aro seldom hermecked hus
bands. They havo too muoh experience
witn retorts. uuriington reo rrcss.
Mr wifo for soveral years had been an ln
valid and slow! v irrew worse. I tried doc
tors, but their skill failed. A neighbor
recommended Dr. Hull's Sursaparilla and
her health began to mend at once. Bho
weighs fifteen pounds more than she did
four months ago, and fools qultostrong and
wcu. u. n . atram, oaMton, u.
Tnc fashionable woman in tho forties is
not gcncrully ambitious to discover a now
wiiiiniu, uiuKUUuuon ieauur.
A Plenaliifl; Sonee
Of health and strength renewed nnrl nf
ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup
of Pies, as It acts In harmony with nature
to effectual!? cleanse thn Rvstem whm
costivo or bilious. For sale in 6O0 and 11.00
uuiucs oy 011 icoaing druggists.
Some men are born groat, some achlovo
greatness, nnd somo nro United Btates
ncnators. wasnington otar.
Six Atacla Frtt. will bo Bent by Cragln &
On Tll.ttn. tn n .. nnft In thik TT U
Canada, postago paid, upon receipt of 25
Dobbins' Eloctrlo Bonp wrappers. Beo list
01 novels on circulars arounu cacn oar.
The revolver and tho bank cashier nro
alike, they never go oft unless they aro
louuou. ivasnington otar.
Yoo hardly reallzo that it Is medicine, when
taking Carter'B Llttlo Liver Pills; they aro
very small; no bad effects; all troubles
irom torpia uvcr aro reuovca oy tncir uso.
A dead-heat can generally stand a loan,
Wastino away, growing thinner every
day. Poor child. You need Dr. Hull's Worm
DcstroyerB and you would soon grow fat
and hearty. Mamma, get bcr somo.
Isn't it rather remarkable that "tho
oldest inhabitant" is 'never a woman!
iv asnington star.
Fon Throat Diseases, Coughs, Colds, oto.
effectual relief is found in tho uso o:
"Hromn'a lli tmchlal Truclm." Prico 25 cts.
Aoia eKi tn curt.
TBEnE aro no good liars, though tome of
mem aro very smurul nnd talented. N. O.
Pleasant, Wholesomo, Speedy, for coughs
10 uaion xioncy 01 uorcnouna ana lar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Curo in ono minute.
Dead men tell no tales, but the ones nhn
write thoir obituaries 'often do. Elmiro
To aequlate the stomach.livcrand bowels.
and promote digestion, tako ono of Carter's
LJiuo uvor i-iiis every nigat xry tnem.
The stuttering man can never mako a
pronouniaxt vuccess. uavenport Citizen.
BnoscniTis Is cured by frequont small
susea ot x-iso's t;uru tor consumption.
One rule for Lent Never allow your tun
brcllu to bo permanently borrqwod.
A rMOKET mirror Ireo to smokers of "Tan
siirs runcn" 00. cigar.
A Qeolooist ought to bo a good strata-,
SURE. .JOBBm CURE.
BHE UHATI SM.
IjonM, Mais., Julf t; 18t7,
The boy Orrlniloblnion.s poor trlpploon
erutchca. who was cured by St. Jacobs oil of
rheumatism in 18S1, la well; the curo haa re
mained permanent. Ho la now at work every
day at manual labor. QEO.C. OSGOOD, M. V.
At SacooisTs and Dialers.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER C0.,Blllmcri.Mf.
I 1 7-' I I 11 1 I'S'.. J.hfS ..-'li Fj
MM 1 Mfiscr
" lie etolo from mr bodlco n roee,
My check was It's color tho while;
Hut. ah! the sly rofcuol He well knows.
Had he asked It, I must have said no."
11 Yes. I rcrrtembot that occasion. I was
young then. I am not old now. 1 had not
a nam nor onacho. My blood was pure
and my -cbcetts showed its crimson. I was
happy and hfeolthy. But now. Woe Is mo I
I do hot ted a well day. 1 have theso
distressing dragging-down pains, this con
stant weakness,' and I feel all the time worn
For all such sufferers, Dr. Plerco's Favor
ite Prescription Is a panacea of inestimable
As an invigorating tonid, it imparts
strength to thoTrholo system. For over
worked, "worn-out," debilitated teachers,
milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, "thop-
?:irls," housekeepers, nursing mothers, nnd
oeblo women gonerally, Dr. Plerco's Favor
ite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon,
being unequalcd its an appetizing cordial
and rostorativo tonic. Contains no alcobo!
to inebriate j no syrup or sugar to derange
digestion a legitimate rnrttans, not a
As a soothing nnd strengthlng nervine,
"Favorite Prescription " is uneaualed and
is invaluablo in allaying ana subduing nerv
ous excitability, oxhaustlon, prostration,
hysteria, spasms and other distressing, nerv
ous symptoms, commonly attendant upon
functional and organlo disease. It induces
refreshing sleep and reliovcs montal anxi
ety nnd despondency,
A Book of 100 pages, on " Woman nnd
Tier Discdses," sent to nhy address, in plain,
sealed envelope, on receipt ot ten cents, in
Address, WonLD'H DisrENSART MEDiCAl.
Association No. 003 Main Street, Buffalo,
Dr. Pierce's Pellets
PURELY VEGETABLE I
PERFECTLY HARMLESS I
Unoqualod as o LIVER PILL.
Kmslletta Cheapest, Enalost Co tako.
Ono tiny, Sucdf -coated Potiot a doso. Cures Sick Headacho, llllious Headacho,
stjpatlon, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the Btomacb
Bowela. 25 cents a viol, by drugglita.
C. M, Henderson & co's
A A ff CUSTOM MADE
I I Fine Calf Shoes
Made, nil stylea, at ono of (heir West'
crn factories, ttltli their other I'lNK
; 11 AI)HS oflrrKN'S and IIOVS' Shoes,
.Undo of tho Choicest JTIaterlaU, on
the basis or Style and Merit, to
una wear, ix will, save
MONEY TO DEMAND T11CM,
CM. HENDERSON & CO,
are UNEQUALED. JHHH
piRC'S RISMEDY FOIt CATAKItlL-Best. Easiest to us
fallcSpci J'.6.1!.01 l" Immediate. A curo Is certain, for
Cold in tlio Head It has no equal.
k afT l M amHW em iMHBil
nri'tru?" SSSS'S tJVMMmm to tho
Address, Ji. T. IUzeltini, Warren,
La Grippe has Left
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Dr. I. Guy Lenta; Fulton, Ark., cayst
"A year ukoI bod tilltoui reveriTult's
1MIU wore so blsjllty rcrrninmemled
that I used them. Mover did medicine
liavo a happier effect. Alter auroc
tlce or a quarter of t eontury, I lira,
claim them the beet
medlclno ever icyoU. I always pre
erlDe them." ;
Cure All Bilious Diseases.
Ttutuudi f youaf nen m4
vtwnca a U D. 8. A.
Uwtf Utm ut ttvrir heclih tnd
(hHr bspptoeM lo ftldjt Food
llbdr 4tvll dirt la Ufaner
! and CMfililbKTlD beta
Kian'i foud. Br Dried u.
UT is tuk Li.mnu rutAlfl 80 u . wooi.hiou
UX 11 lllUKiyT".-- CO., Piburi ilu.
Alrlsa. Maw BMk.
aai uiu' vm-i rikUOlM ti bWU.
MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY,
Time, Pain, Trouble
and will CURE
Ely's Gream Balm.
Apply lialmlntococh noatrIL
ELY EIIOS..M W.rran St.K.Y
PAYS THE FREIGHT,
l Ton Wmron ncnlnt.
Iron Leora, bttT Uaarlnra, Jiraas
lare tueajn nm oun wx lor
.JONES OF BINQHAMT0N.
Beware of Imitationi,
i CURE FITS!
. When Ilty cura Ida not mn marolr tA tv.n thm
for atfmnd tbeo bavathrmrataraairaiin. I mm
r,?A??J 1 mntle tbadlsean of FITS. El'I
Wnnii tn Ant d6scrlbfl fha buott tt ihU
It growl 3 to 4 feet Mrtt. brmneblnf like tree, anil
llnwcra, Urae nnd double, llkfiffnffonon ronei. tdi
ttjmi nre oorcrod wtin a tii wor or inmmp Bpinei
feonfor lonft dUtance. be nee Ui nirafr-CftRQI
1'hiaDtanthr.n bon known at.d eagerlr looaht
tho wlldn of Mexico torjtan, and Introduced lf ui
last year. It grows rerf freely mid qulcklr iroro
eetl.tihd tliti U tbe best war to pet 1L aflplanti
arflncnrcoand blab. (HI ench.) Foronlj lOcta.
wo win urnnti Ian iHfds toaeiber w Ith a nicket rJ
OlnbtKyonirtii Wlmro. n plant which bears uvcr j
flveninff iotcit DPOFsyms in? wio ui scup.snn uui
.P"" 111. n ti 1 1
CATAT.OtiUM with 4 t'OT.)UIiI ri.ATKR,
hkkdm Mil tar 10ct4 WordBrMm.eci.Mhti
offnrwlll not MWr again, Trr our ''Intfodoctlon
Collection,' sa K Jeff ant rlowcrlnr tialbs and lo
lrfaro"J0HN LEWIS CHILOS, H.CR1LFARK, N.Y. I
urA uA'nir V.!?: .I1'.". Krrr.a and l"otomta.
aMnahli: 1" IVarl Ktrtat, w X.rk.
Porall Bawlns Machines,
HTANnAnn Goods Onlr,
Bend lor wbolenale prlco
aHiMSalaDft Jaft 4V
. L. DOUGLAS
djQ SHOE RDefN2TL8EMEEN
lOO And Other Atlrertlacd Rnnltl
None (rcnolneonWunams nnd price aro btampctl on
bottom. MILD KVEltY WIIKHK. If your dealer IU
not aiippljr ypa, vrnd postal rorlnntroctlons how to bu
'''"'V'rTl without cvtrarhanre.
".. '""wiiAH. Jirocltlon. Una a.
Onrecclnt of riHcfl In noilft itAnm wewlllncntl
free bjr mail tho following talasblo articled:
Ono Box of Puro Vaseline, . , , 10 ContS.
Ono liox of VosolineCampbor led, 10 Cts
Ono Box of VoBelino Cold Cream, 15 Cts,
Ono Cftkflof Vneelino 8oap 10 Cents.
One Bottlo of Fomndo Voselino,lC Cont
If y6u haf6 (Session to 0S "VaBellno In ani
form bo tarefal to accept on) genuine Roods put
without value and will not do koo1 nof cite you
the result you expect. A two ounce bottle of Bin!
Dcai yaseime leoia dj an anipBiiiaaiicnccnia
No vsiellii It (CchbItj udicii oof onrre 1 on tbe label.
Cbesebrough Mfg. Co., 24 State Sf,, H. Y.
rrr.1 ni.lij.ij.i.Tj.u.aiij.j.Lji ju. iiJL.jf.ijr
OOLD MEDAL, FAB13, 1878.
VT. BA1Q3R & CO.'S
it it soluble
are Vfi Id Ui prepoation. It has
wra tMan ar ttxt$ S atrmftk of
Cocoa mixed with Etu-ch, Arrowtoot
or Bttgsr, and Iff therefora far more
economical, touting Un Un ana ttl
d tvp, II ! delicious. nourUliluf,
trenKtheiilntt. EaVHitt DlfllffTED,
and admirably adiptrd for invalids
as vU as for pertoni la bealth.
Sold by Grocrra evrpy-wlicre.
W. BAKER & CODorchesten Mass.
trr fit Li. thkatibe bknt
'11 1! K TO ANY AUnilKBS.
Thfl Yellow Pine Extract Co.,
tier ma Asthma CaranaTeru.U tu give immtdi
at rtlief in lh wonicMSi, insures oomfortablt-
Jeep i ti'tTfrots carea where allothersfall. A trial
fnvfrti'ft j As mott tkeptieaU
i mi u. sci
ot Uruiririiia or hr tnnll. flamnta VltKK
urrjiAHHa sui'aui, Jiiau.
tvauta una ttix u um t wm.
CITC tr. WAL'-KE-MAL'Oll, Tfca Oraal lailau
rl I O DtiUr, 1'oalUvelr, flassantly and Parma
ts-v-n nenlly Carea riTK-FITB -KITS, by Indian
F ITSIlootl Psrlts, I'lant. etc. Band orlllils
tratadDook on FITS and ona months' ssnv
E7 1 TliP treatment ta tba HlCILBlUiH
"II O IIDIAR MKDICIRIf CO.. ROCUXITX&, lUtaaa.
ta-gajta Tan favria trarj si wrm.
If you want yoiti
Aa aunnaKt iTAauinuivtltifi Vi
O-IUUIS THIS ffalU W7 BMMnK4
PlgT Btil CSQO SSJ JOUNW.1BOIWIW,
'SucpoaefuMy PROSECUTES CLAIMS.
Lato irmcipsu jBxaxnlner U.B.Panaioa Bureau.
9 yrs in last war, la aojuoioaunp ciaiini,ai y sine
HHTFNTQ! caveats, trademarks,
9 H I (VSnd rouKh sketch or chaap model H
a jnveniion mnruMin.i to j, b,
mmORAUC a CO., ninuiaQToy.l. C
r KAMt rail rarxa wr Mywia.
DUE ALL SOLDIERS.
H aisaoioq 1 par.uic.i uo
rLn rMllnvairl .l.nwa f ran.
n KuiHiiikt auaa uauaaau. u.,a ntuuaia,i),i
rvkut Tins Pari a tnn um y
niTPIITfl I Invent snmethlniran
' ' TV if, " 1 IN8THUCTION8 F
Address W.T.FITZQEUAJJJ, WA3BiaTO."u.d
TFL FRH1PHY Kuaraat a good paying
kkkUlinrn 1 1 pMottiun to very srraduata,
I American ttchwol of Telcgraby, HadUaa. Hts.
aia rarxa hm r wnt.
Vnillin UtULflirn TeUirrmnhv ani TlllM.rl
1 .i?J!.f!rtn d"?."1'? 0n"!Jtr,andatciir
aV-HAlU TU1S rATIl evafr UbTM
to SB a day Samples Worth tS.lft
PKEE. Llnettiott'nderhortea'feet. Writ
BlUtTbTKR SiFint RUM M0 LP EH CO.. UaUr.MUk.
rested and cared without tbe knife.
STM UM WW FAN a r$ Um jm Ma.
AAA Plclwfc Fence Wacnin for S10.00.
Jfi mJ QuMrnti4, TSoaaaada la wm. FreliklpaM.
- - vnawi irs n i. warrant asatBtia, Ub
A. N, K. B.
trazM wniTino to advzbtiuuui nXuii
tff tkat m hw Uw " "i--iia la gut
DEAtBK IK . ,
DIIY GOODS, OLOTIIINO nATSii
CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, GRO0B1V
IE8, PROVISIONS, TOBACCOS.
TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. i
Country Produce bouRht and sold.'
Goods dollvsred free of charco to;
Miy part of tho city.
701 & 903 West Main nnd Corner
of Boltrar Street.
DEALER IN I
Grocerici, Agricultural Implements
Wagons, Sprint! Wagons, Buggloar
Rond Carts. Plows, Harrows, Hay
Rakes. Corn Shellcrs, Feed Cuttcn,
701 West Main airccc.
P. H. REPHLO, .
General Mercbandlso, No. 60 k
(Vest Main Street.
J. D. RICE,
(Successor to J. E. Hemmcl) J
Staplo nnd Fancy Groceries, and
lcecps constantly in stock a largo as
sortment of Glasswaro and Queens-
ware, etc. Highest market pric
paid for country produce. Goods
delivered to any part of tho city free
of charge. Give him A call.
C. & L. WAGNER
JEFFERSON CITY,' MO, j
KEG AND BOTTLED BEEE-1
Havo tho largest Brewing nndl
Bottling Houso West of St. Louis, j
W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor.
2.00 PEE ZD-A-Trr.
Cor . High and Monroe Sts.
Enlnreed. refitted and furnished.
First class in all departments. Ac
commodating and trusty porters tX
Electric Bells and Hess Guest calE
and Fire alarm in every room. OIllco,
Dinlnrr Room and larccst and linest
Sample rooms In the city on the first
DEALER IN AND 3IANUFACTUREII OT
oHARBLE o AND o GRAHITEs-
Monnments and Headstones.
Adjoining Merchapt'a Dank, Joffci.on St. j
l'clenhono communications and other
modern conveniences. Commercial
men will find it to their interest to
stop at the City. It is ccntrallyio
cated and its sample rooms are tho
best. Trusty porters at all passen
Farm and Machine Repair Stops
nitAss CAsriKos madk to ordek
Give us a call for anything in our
lino. Salisfction guaranteed.
Shops on Jefferson street, between
Dunklin and Ashley.
COKNEIt .HIGH AND SfACISON STS. j
FRED. KNAUP, Proprietor.
RATES $2.00 PER DAY.
FRED. TRUETZEL, Proprietor.
Having purchased the "Farmers'
Home," corner of Jefferson and
Dunklin streets, and put everything
about tho premises in good order, I
ask tho patronage of farmers and
First Class Meals and Lodging.
Finest liquors, wines, beer and
c!gars always on hand. Good horso
and wagon lots. Rates very reason
able. Very respectfully.
FRED. TRUETZEL, Prop.
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
224 Madison Stkeet. '
Agont for Detroit Gas Machine Co
for lighting' public! and private
All kinds of Iron and Wood I'umps and
KUtlug9,Gns Fixtures, Chandeliers, Lead
and Iron Pipes, Sheet Lead. Bath Tubs,
Wash Stands, Water Closets, Rubber
Hoes. Globo and Check Valves, Btop
Cocks, Sewer Tipe, Steam Heating Boil
ers, Radiators, Kto. Steam Heating a
Flans and estimates given on all klndl
ot work In anr part ot tb country.
THE STATE REPUBLICAN
WHEN fOU WANT FIRST-CIASS
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