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now to Grow Tteiutlfttl.
Bho knew It T7ns necossnry to becomo
beautiful in order to bo considered attract
ivo, nnil so sho mado tho art ot benutifyine
ft study, B'.io felt Rwlsor to bo plump and
ho.ittv than to bo tliln mid delicate. To this
end kIio knew pood health wits essential.
Hho lind sulTorcd Irom backaches, sldcnches
nnd bearing down palnt, and was restloti
until sho found tho mcdlclno sho needed. It
Improved her nppetlto and digestion. Her
linbila bocamo reRiilnr. Her llosh Increased
nnd became more firm nnd solid Her com
plexion becamo clear and beautiful und frco
Irom pimples. Her lips prow red nnd her
cheeks (;row rosy. Hho did not know nn
nclio or pain. Kxcrclso pnvo her pleas
ure nnd sho became tho llfo of licr com
panions. Hho could rido a tricycle for
many miles nnd never seemed to prow
weary, Her laughter was catching and all
tho jounp men loved her. Sho is now n
happy vifo and mother. Who was shot
Want wis her namol Well, no matter, let
us know tho medlclno sho used. With pleas
ure, with pleasuro, 6weet slrls. Bho used
Ilr, John Hull's H.irsapnrllla. If any thero
bo nmonc you who nro sickly, po quickly
and do likewise. Mansfield Independent.
Tiinno is no such thing as belnp so ap.
prcsslvely pood that you make benellclaries
uncomfortable. -Milwaukeo Journal.
1'ais from Indigestion, dyspepsia and too
hearty eating l.i relievo! at ouco by taking
ono of Carter's l.lttlo Liver Tills immediate
ly after dinner. Don' t forget this.
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
hut hn knows when
Iho parlor lamp is too high. Ulnghamton
I.ovn may bo blind
l.ouuer.
TnsTr.ii nv TiMn. For liroinhlal affec
tions, Coilghs, CtC, IlUOttNS llllONCIU.U.
Trim urs havo jmnvif their elllcacy by a test
of man j ears. 1'rice, 23 cts.
Tun note shaver takes a great deal of In.
terest In his business. Washington Tost.
scon's
DOES CURE
GONSUMPTNN
In its First Stagos.
Vesttre you ytt the prMitfrie.
St. Louis was visited by a snow storm
on tho 30th which covered tho ground to
tho depth of six inches.
Sins. Thank I.ihian, living twelvo
miles east of Clinton, throw hersolf into
tho well on her plaeo tho other day, but
was rescued. Sho was Insano from ill
ness. I'kxsKins granted Missouri veterans
on tho 1st: Charnel Lasswoll, of I'leas
ant Mount; Henry Kpplhplnier, of Mai
den; ticorgo Auspach, of Kansas -City;
Jamos II, linker, of Hannibal; John i
lllnlr, of.lopltn; .tohn Hall, of Clarkton;
John Mott, of Salisbury; Leonard J.
I'lerco, of Owasco; Hciibcn 11. Stlnson,
of Dunncgan; William Tilt Ion, of Jeffer
son City; John , I, Norton, of Memphis;
John J. Hedgpolh, of Warsaw; William
H. Kinman, of St. Joseph; Wllllnm
Johnson, of Hethany; Nicholas Ltcbert,
of Carrollton: l'lnaldo Dcrthick, o(
Green City; Willis Fowler, of Akens
vlllc; Hlberl (llbbs of Clear
mont; Jackson Long, of .Astoria,
Lewis Schrocder, of Hoonvllloj Charles
Sweet, of Wlllinathvllle; F.dmonA lluck
ler, of Index; Alfred Fonncy, of Khlne
hart; Samuel llrlxey, of West Plains;
Columbus Hill, of St, Louis; Andrew
Shulz, of Haldwln; Jacob Martin (Troon,
of St. Louis, Jefferson .lent, of Humo;
Samuel Austin, of Craig, Hlchard Sim
mons, of Lal'lata; Oeorgo W. Strain, of
lied Hlrd; Cyrus Doysc, of liavanna;
Margarotta H. Hosenmuller, of St.
Louis; Luclnda Kpplhelmcr, of Maiden;
Harriot Lclth, ot St. Louis; Mary Jano
Simmons of Lal'lata; Samuel II. Kauf
man, of King City; Maria M. Schcur-
I man, of St. Louis, anil Laura 1'. Norton,
NOTES ON NOTABLES,
Mtt. Gladstone has had six private
9ecrotarlcs, oaoh of whom now holds n
political post. Their salaries nggrcgato
S-)0,000 annually.
(li:NCiiAti IIutu:ii Is nald to bo ablo to
quolo tho lllhlo moro trcoly nnd moro
accurately than almost any man In
publlo llfo at Washington,
(!r.Nt:i!Ai. Ckook was onco captured by
a Confedcrato ofilcor. Subsequently
Iho Confederate olllccr's sister cap
tured him likewise. Sho Is now bis
widow.
Shnatoii Ai.i.tsox h said to bo n
pleasant man to "Interview," but ho Is
very diplomatic In his talk nnd uvolds
committing himself to posltlvo state
ments. It Is estimated that Stanley traveled
3,400 miles through Africa In tho lato
expedition, nil but 1,000 of which wcro
on foot. Tho tlmo occupied was threo
years.
l)n. IlnowN-SnquAnt) Is still engaged
on his youthful elixir at 1'arls, and
persists In believing that bis experi
ments will at last bo sucossfully estab
lished. Hon. 1'imnY IIixmont has received
tho decoration of commander of tho
Legion of Honor, In recognition of his
BTVlcca to tho French Uepubllo In con
nection with the Paris Kxposltlon.
Lno XIII. lias directed that his
monumental tomb shall only consist of
his Dguro recumbent "in whlto marblo
upon a sepulchral urn of porphyry, on
tho sides of which nro to bo tho statues
of religion and justice; many of tho
popes prescribed their monuments,
though Plus IX. did not loavo nny di
rections In regard to his.
James A. Haiixy, Harnum's partner
fttoh. Had tlwod
With rich, tod Wood coursing thf ough the,
veins aha tho heart's action never obstruct
ed by a singlo partiolo of blood poison ot
Impurity, mankind ought to llvo out their
full allotted tlmo in ease, In comfort and in
perfect health.- Old mqthcr earth has fur
nished herbs ot healing and strengthening
yirtuo that wonderfully assist natnro io
kocplng the blood puro and clean. Solonco
rcveaicu inoso noros to that eminent nny.
slclan, Dr. John Bull, of Loulsvlllo, Ky.,
and they nro happily blended in his .morl
torlous compound .called Br. John Bull's
Barsaparllla. Byphillsi and sorofula yield
readily to ita magio iulluonoo, nnd othor
symptoms of Impure blood, such as pimples,
sores, aches, paint. Indigestion, weak kid
noys, ote., vanish like snow before tho noon
day sun. It is tho only compound that is
Huoujuwy emu mi use in cases ox Dau oioou.
it never lcavos any unpleasant nftor-cffects,
and It stimulates the whole system begin
ning with tho vory first dose takon,
Love, that has noihlnrrbut beauty to keep
It In good health. It-short-lived and opt to
havo ague tits.
Deafness Can't TIs Cared
by local applications, as they can not reach
tho diseased portion of tho ear. Thero Is
only one way to cure Deaf noss, nnd that Is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is
caused by an inflamed condition of tho mu
cous lining of tho Eustachian Tubo. When
wis iudo got lnuamcd you have a rummmg
sound or imterfoet hr.-irlnr. nnd when it is
entirely closed Dcafnoss is the result, and
unioss wo muammatlon can DC iaucn out
nnd this tube restored to its normal condi
tion, hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nino cases out of ten nro caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but nn Inflamed condition
of tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any
c.iso of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that
wo can not euro by taking Hall's Catarrh
Curo. Send for circulars, free.
. . . F. J. Cnssr-r &: Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggist, 75c.
Tiro buslnoss Of typewriting has coroo to
bo recognized as a direct step on tho road
of Memphis.
Hon. Samit.i. L. Sawvi;ii died at his
homo in Independence on tho UOth tilt, i In tho greatest show on earth business,
ot diphtheria, which attacked him only ', bono of tho richest men in tho United
a few days previous. Judgo Sawyer had (
UWJl jut jrain mil' i, iuvj muv iiiuiin-
ncnt men in his section of the State.
For years ho was judgo of tho Jackson
I Countyeircult court and represented
tho district in Congress in 1S7S and lb"9.
Ilo was born In Mount Vernon, N. II.,
November 'JO, 1S13, and entered Darts
mouth College in llii'.i, graduating In
1833.
Nathan Stanfoiih, a colored man in
tho employ of W. 11. White, a Hannibal
dairyman, entered the lot tho other
morning when a maddened bull rushed
upon him and throwing him down,
pushed and rolled him a dlstanco f
Stales to-day and half owner of tho big
gest nnd most successful show of all
tlmo. It was Hallcy who bred tho first
elephant and Hon In captivity, who
bought and boomed Jumbo and who
bribed King T'rcobaw to let the sacred
whlto clopliant leave Slam.
A l'Ar.ts paper thus describes Loulso
Michel, who has been nick-named tho
"stormy potrolcuso of Frtvitlt politics;"
"Iler faco flamos with color, from tbo
center of her ostrlch-egg-shapcd fore
head; her untidy hair cascades upon hor
neck. Sho Is dressed In black, and no
ribbon, (lower or jewel shows traco of
fcmlnino grace. Iler oyes aro not fierce;
sUty feet and then butted blm through I they aro tilled with tenderness that
OiVIS ENJOYS
Both tlio method nnd results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
nehes and fevers nnd cures hahitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kiiid ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac
ceptable to tlio stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in ita
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy ami ngrecaulo EUDstances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and havo mado it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c
nnd $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
euro it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
any substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM FRANCISCO, CAl,
LOUISVILLE, K. NEW YORK, N.f.
Advice to the Aged.
Age lirliiSTN iiiririiittlcs, slirli uh nIiic
5111 bimcli, wonk.klduejs und blail
cr ami torpid liver.
Tutt's Pills
Ilnvo n specific ctt cct on these organs,
Mlmtiluliug the iMmcIn, (jlvliiKiinliir
nl (Il-icliurirfs without strutiitiic or
grljiiiig, and
IMP AETING VIGOR
to tlio kidney. Iilnililer and liver.
Titer nrc adapted to old or yoiinfr
SOLD KVJCUYWIIERE.
a wlro fence. When found tho body was
literally mashed to a jelly and tho man
had been dead probably two hours. 1)
ceased left a wlfo and nine children.
Ni:aii Claronce, Shelby County, tho
other day tho eighteen-year-old son of a
Mr. CHI was killed by tlio bursting of
an old shotgun that ho had overloaded
and tired at somo ducks.
l'liiDAY, April 4, was genorally ob
served as Arbor Day.
Hunkv How.si:s, aged fifteon, was
killed by a train at St. Joseph the other
night whllo stealing a ride.
Tin: March report mado to tho (inv
entor by tho Stato Treasurer showed a
halanco on hand March 1 of Sl.MO.UIl.lHl',
receipts during March, r.12,(NiO.'Ji); dis
bursements, i'.i3,272.'J3; bal.ineo April 1,
SI, IIS"), 72ft. 75. 'J'ho earnings of tho pcnl
ten.ary for March were SU.803.SS, all of
which wern consumed in tho mainte
nance of tho Institution.
Tin: women ot Farmlngton, St. Fran
cis County, recently raided tho liquor
joints run in violation of law, and de
stroyed all the intoxicants found. A
brewer's wagon was stopped going into
the town and twenty-flvo kegs broken
open and tho beer emptied into tho
street.
Tim Stato Hoard of Kquallzatlon re
duced tho assessment of Jackson County 1
thirty per cent, on lands and increased
tho assessment on horses twenty per
cent, and mules ten percont Tho total I
assessment, real and personal, of tho
county is sai,(jmi,uir, a net reuuciion in
tenderness which Is tho origin of all
socialism. For Loulso Michel Is moro
a socialist by heart than by reason."
Tut: German Kmperor rises early.
takes a very light breakfast, and goes
for a llttlo rxerelse, after which hn
takes a second breakfar.t, this tlmo of
nn omelette, ham and eggj, a mutton
chop or a chicken. Ho dines at 1:30 on
bouillon or broth, boiled meat with
vegetables, followed by roast meat
and pudding, and If thero is
company present an entrco and
nn'.'e. His supper Is ot meat or fish
l and pudding. Ills favorlto dishes aro
! pouleta sautcos, with potatoes or baked
j fish, especially perch, pike, solo or tur-
I Dot.
I Jin. Moody's recent meetings at Now
Tlavon, Conn., wero remarkably success
1 fnl. Manyof Yale's well-known athletes
I and society mon ncro converted.
Among them aro Calhoun, captain of
tho nine, and an editor Valo Record;
Allon, captain tcni stroko of the crew;
Harvey, half-back on tho foot-ball team
Graves, of tho nine and eleven; Nowcll,
I a member of tho cloven and crow; Hard
, son, bow oar on tho crow; Heffelflnger,
I on tho crow and eleven; McHridc, llrst
I baso on tho nlno anil full back on tho
i oleven; D.ilzell, center Held and cbango
pitcher; Poole, catcher; McClung,
change catcher and short-stop; Halllot,
i substlttito on tho crow.
to matrimony. Boston Herald.
Miss T.xnKtss was bilious and feeble and sick.
Ann it seemea as unoimng wouia orer icneTe
hir.
Iler llrer was q'osrciI with Impurities thtck.
Ana ucr iiom&cn was conBtmnur Duruins wua
f OTer.
Of tlio Kteot O. M. P. sh1 bought s. supplr,
Alia ,nrecMU! lar ibkidk pursueu in mo leucr.
'Tffas tbe best iblngon eat In sho could pomlltlf try.
And soou.verrsoon, MtstlArktus was better.
ThoO. It. D. sho took was Dr. l'lerco's
Golden Medical Discovery, tho great rem
edy for bronchial, throat and lung diseases,
sick hoadacho, scrofula, dyspepsia and alt
diseases that havo origin in lmpuro blood
onu a uisoracroa nvcr.
THE WORLD'S
UNIVERSITIES.
in professors
this year,s assessment ot about SJO.000,- Noiiway has I nnlvcr.sH
000 and an increaso over the assessment and 5S3 students.
of two years ago of 910..VJ0 4S3. j,'.VNt.r, has 1 university, IS') professors
Tin: contest inaugurated by Miss I an, o,:;oo students.
Phoebe Couzins, ex-marshal of thoL'ast- UoLI,AKnhas unlversitles.hOnrofcss-
ciii uiainut, against .i uugo i-merson, nas ml , ,,on tu,iPni.,
I
ESTABLISHED-
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OPINIONS RENDERED ASTOTHCNOVELTV OF
INVENTIDN! 1ND VALIDITY M PATENTS. REJECTED
APft!CATI0NSPfiOSUUTU).AllBUSINS5(?aHI)J&
TO IKVailONS AND PATENI5 PROWPrtYATUHDfO 10
SEND STAMP FOR PAMPHLET
To cure Biliousness. Blck Tteadache, Constipation,
Malaria, Liter Complaints, take tbe safo
and certain remedy, SMITH'S
BILE BEANS
Use the BM ALIj SIZE (40 llttlo beans to the bot
flel. Thej are the most conTenlent: suit ali ages.
X'rlceof either sue. 25 cenu per bottle.
ITIQRINO t 7i 17, 70i Pboto-graTure,
SVIOOIIVla panel sue of this picture for i
coats (coppers or stamps).
J. r. BMITTl 4C0.,
Makers of "lille Beans." Bt. Louis. Mo.
CX'ItED, NOT
IIERKI.Y
RELIE1KD
RHEUMATISM
but l'oriiiniiontiy
nr- FiTtt, TniiTlS! BENT
PRF.E TO ANY AUUUEBS.
Tl VJ .... D - t.L.J I' mv Q4.
ins I hum ruin uuui uu., riTT.uejiuii. pa.
rxavi iau rarai"j
PTIfJI CV'Q KXPLORATlOXSIa
ri rrn ,3 I H11LUI u ainca. ninuvii
C"NTS
5D.
culminated in tho appointment of tbo
latter's successor, l'rank ltuchanan, of
New London.
Thk county surveyor ol Ht L011I3 I
County has been employed by tho War 1
Department to survey tho largo tract of j
land, containing 1,700 acres, at Jetlerson 1
llarracks. Under tho authority given I
him ho will proceed to mark out tho
met03 and bounds, survey tho sinuosities
of tho river bank, lato fences and
buildings, and certain squatters, who aro
now occupying portions of the tract
without any authority, will bo deported.
It is tho intention 01 Iho department to
either buy out or eject the squatters and
convert tho tract into an immenso park.
J 111: east-hound express train on tho
Wabash road was derailed near Kt.
Charles tho other morning and five or
six cars wcro pitched down an embank
ment N'ono of tho passongers wore
killed, but over fifteen were Injured,
several having limbs broken. Tho mall
car took flro from an oil lamp but tho
flames wore speedily extinguished.
Tiik Socretary of tho Stato Hoard of
Agriculturo in his monthly report says
tho condition of the whoat crop will not
exceed 85 per cont. Tho bad condition
is due entirely to tho bovcro freezing
weather which was goneral in tho Stato
through March. Tho northeast, south
west and central counties have suffered
moro than havo tho bouthcast, whllo
tho northwost was loast Injured. Very
heavy rains In Southeast Missouri,
causing overilow, havo seriously injured
largo areas in tbo river counties.
Tiik other day an olectrlo light wire
sot llro to tho live-story elevator of tho
John W, Kauffman Milling Company of
S't, Louis and tho flamos soon spread
from tho olovator to tho mills adjoining
and all woro destroyed. The elevator
and mills cost 5200,000 machinery and
stock on hand wero worth 80,000; fully
Insured.
EnwAUD IiEMFonn was thrown from a
horso at tho corner of Twentieth and
Wyoming streets, in Kansas City, tho
other afternoon and tho animal kinked
him on tho head after ho had fallen
upon tho pavement, rendorlng him un
conscious, and Injuring him probably
fatally.
Dick Moon, aged flfty-fivo, was prob
ably fatally Injured in St Joseph tho
other day, by belnjj struck on the head
with a beer glass in tho bands of Charles
Hell, a bartonder.
Tiik handsomo country residence ol
Colonel John O'Day, lato vice-president
of the St. Louis & San Francisco rail
road, near Webster, one of the suburls
of St Louis, was totally destroyed by
flro tho other morning. A!l tho con
tents of tho house wero burned. Tho
total loss was about $10,000, on which
thero was an insurance of S25,000. Tho
family was sleeping when tbo flro was
first dUcovercd ana barely had time to
escipfiltt IWj nlgildflthea, .
Br.l.rilCM has I universities, S3 pro
fessors and 2,'IOD btudonts.
.Swnnr.x has 2 universities, 173 pro
fessors and 1,010 students.
Hussia lias 8 universities, 5SJ protest
ors and 0,900 studouls.
Por.TUtiAi.has 1 tin iverslty, 40 profess
ors and 1,300 students.
Italy lias 17 unlvorsitlos,(il)0 professors
and 11,110 students.
Dr.NMAiiu has 1 university, -10 profess
ors and 1,400 students.
Spain has 10 universities, :iso profess
ors and lil,200 students.
Hwi r.i:m,ANihas3unlvcrslllot'. HO pi-o-fovora
and 2,000 students.
(lr.r.MANvhas21 universities, t,(i:o pro
fessors and 2."j,0S4 students.
Al'sriilA liai 10 universities, 1,810 pro
fessors and 111,000 btudonts.
(Inr.A'r IliiiTAiN" has 11 universities, S3!
professors nnd 13, 100 students.
Tin: United States of America has 300
universities, 1,210 professors and (50,400
students.
THE MARKETS.
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I New Yohk, April 8, 1830.
CATTLE Native Steers 5 1 (X) a 1 50
COTTON Middling 11UJ lift
FLOUll-Wintur Wheat. 2 15 160
WHEAT No. J lied
COHN No. 2
OATS-Westcrn Mixed
1'OltK Mess
I ST. LOUIS.
COTTON-Mlddllnit
11LEVKS Export btcers
I Shipping
I HOUS Common to bt-lect...
SHEEP fair to Choice
i'LOUIt-l'.itints
1 XXX to Choice
WHEAT No. 2 Itcd Winter.
1 CORN No. 1 Mixed
OATS No. 2
ltYK-No. 2
TOIIACCO-Lllgs (MlRHOlirl)
Leaf, Hurley....
' HAY Choice Timothy
1IUTTBK Miolco Uulry. . . .
I KUOH Fresl
l'OHK fetiimlaril Mess
IIACOS-Clcur ltlb
LAUIl l'rllno Btuuin
' WOOL Choll-0 Till)
CHICAGO.
The cleansing, antiseptic nnd healing
qualities of Dr. Bago's Catarrh llcmedy aro
uncqualedj
If n man does not caro to llvo let him um
pire baso-ball fir go hunting with an ama
teur sportsman. N. O. Picayune.
lULEion, N. C, Feb. 20th, 15S9.
Dr. A. T. Smn.ENnEnaKit,.
Itochcstor, Pn. Dear Sir.- I
wish to eny n word in bohali of your won
derful Chill and Fever Pills. Homo months
ngo a friend, who knew that my wlfo had
been afflicted for months, sent mo a pack
apo of your pills. Igavo them to her nnd
they cured her at onco. A neighbor, Jlr.
Perry, had suffered with chills for moro
than a year, and had taken Qulnlno until
Ills hearing was greatly injured. Seeing
tho curo wrought fit my vrifu's case, ho pro
cured a bottle of pills nnd was speedily ro
Btored to perfect health. I feel tht this is
duo to you. Very truly,
ltiv. J. D. Davis.
Tnc total number of bodies registered as
burled In cemeteries used by London is
1,270,875.
rhyslclans Wise In Their Generation.
Tho abovo class of scientists rccognle, and
havo repeatedly borno testimony, to tlio ef
ficacy of Hostettcr's Stomach Ditters as n
remedy and preventive of fever uud niruo.
rheumatism, want of vigor, liver complaint
aim some otner numonta nnu innrm coutti
tlons of tho system. Experlenco and ob
servation havo taught them its value. They
but echo tho verdict long Binco pronounced
l,v tlw mihlln nnd thft nrna Orilvllm lrt.
nlghted now are ignorant of America's tonic
anu alterative.
TnosK fellows who doto on their girls
Bomctimcs find matrimony a poworf ul untl
dote. Ulnghamton Lcador.
Home-Seekers' IlaV-nnts Excursions via
the Wabash.
On April 22 and May 20 the Wabash Kail
road will sell tickets at 0110 faro for tho
round trip to points In Kansas, Nebraska,
Indian Territory, Texas, Now Mexico, Colo
rado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Montnnn,
North nnd South Dakota. Northwestern
Iowa and Minnesota. Tickets will bo good
returning thirty (COi days ft om date of sale.
I'or particulars apply to tho nearest ticket
agent of tho Wabash or connecting railroads.
Wiies a man doesn't Imposo on his wlfo
her.
Consumption Hurelr Cured.
To the Editob ! Please Inform your read
ers that I have a posltlvo remedy for tho
abovo named disease. By Its timely tiso
thousands of hopoloss cases havo been per
manently cured. I shall bo glad to send two
bottles of my remedy raEE to any of your
rcauers wno nave consumption 11 tuoy will
enu mo inoir express ano. posL-oraco an
Iress. Ilo3poctfuliy, T. A. Slocum, M. C,
181 Pearl street, Now York.
Tnc medical oxnert in a murder trial is
1 , n , ......
' men Trans Htfttnirs.
I nAVE been a sufferer from weakness for
eloht years and tried many remedies that
did mono good. My father got mo to try
Hull's Sarsaparilla and bef oro I had taken a
halt bottlol felt a great deal better. I now
enjoy a regularity of habit that has not been
tho case for many years. Sarah E. Kcllor,
Ottawa, Kan.
TnE doir with tho BDnetlte for trousers Is
liable ut uny tlmo to go on a tear.' Wash
ington Post.
A Lady In South Carolina Writes:
Mv labor was ahortcr and Iorr n.itnful
than on two former occasions; physicians
astonishod: I thank you for "Mother's
I riond." It Is worth its weight In gold.
Address the UradQeld Reg. Co., Atlanta,
Go., for particulars.' Sold by all druggists.
We can loam nothing about tho toma
hawk from books on ornithology Pitts
burgh Chronicle.
Sir Jvorefs Frit, 'will bo sent by Cragln &
Canada,
Dnhbins1
of novels on circulars around each bar.
O.
shoaequiros tho Idea that ho no longer loves
t v asnington qtnr,
11 fir i'. .1 .... ni I.J . ,'aX$M
DEAt,EB..nf I
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
caps, noors. shoes, grocer
ies, l'HOVISIONSt TOUACCOS,
II A Rl) W A R K. QOEENSWARE,
TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC.
Country Produco liought and sold.
Soods delivered freo of charge to
any part of tho city. J
701 & 003 West Main nnd Comer
of Bolivar Street.
3T. -A.- DWIGHT,
DEALEIi IN
Groceries, Agricultural Iraplomonts
Wagons, Spring Wagons', Buggies,
Road Carts, l'lowa, Harrows, Hay
Rakcs. Corn Shelters, Feed Cutters,'
Steel Road -Scrapers.
70 1 West Main btrcct.
F, II, REPHLO,
DEAI-EB IN
Gcncrnt MercliandUa, No.
(Vest Maui Slroct.
.'.rffti
BEAUTY WITHOUT PAINT.
" What mokrfl my shin bo dark nnd muddy?
My cheeks wero onco so smooth nnd ruddy.
I uso tho beat cosmetics mndo:'
Is iv lint n lovely maidcu said.
C. & L. WAGHER ij
BREWERS,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. !
KEG AND BOTTLED B E E B.'
Havo tho largest Brewing and,
Bottling House West of St. Louis. 1
That's not the cure, my charming Miss,"
Tho doctor Bald "Itcineinbor this:
If you your skin would keep from taint.
Discard tho powder and tho paint."
' Tho proper thing for all such Ills
Is this," remarked tho man of pllllt
1 Km it'll tho blood and moke it pure
In this you'U dud tbo only cure."
For cleansing, purifying and enriching tho blood, Dr. Tierce's Golden Med-
.leal Discovery has no equal. It cures all humors from a common Blotch or
Eruption to tho worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum, Scaly or Rough Skin, in short,
all diseases caused by bad blood aro conquered by this powerful,' purifying,
and invigorating medicine. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under Its benign
influence. Epcclally has It manifested Its potency in curing Tetter Eczema,
Erysipelas, Bolls, Carbuncles, Soro Eyes, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, IIIp
jdlnt Dlseae, ''Fever-sores," "White Swellings," Goitre, or Thick Neck, and
Enlarged Glands.
$500
for an incurable case of
Cslsrrh In the Hsid bv
tho proprietors of DR. 6ACE 8 CATARRH REMEDY.
KIMI'TOMS OF CATAltni!. Headache, obstruction of nose, discharges
falllnir Into throat, sometimes profuse, watery, and acrid, at others, thick,
tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody and putrid t eyes weak, rtnclng In cars,
denfnfss. difficulty of clearing throat, expectoration of otfcnsivo matter:
breath oltcnsivo; smell and tasto Impaired, and general debility. Only a
few of theso symptoms likely to be present at once. Thousands of cases
rr,,1, In nnnnnmntlnn find rnrt In tllO CHIVO.
I)y Its mild, soothing, antiseptic, cleansing, and hrallnn; properties. Dr. Bago's Itemedy
cures tho worst cases. Tins lniainnio rcmefiy noes not, into inn poisonous iminting enuun,
"crenms nnu strong caustic solutions Willi wnicn inn punuu imvti lonu pwn numnuirirca,
simply palliate for a short time, or ilrlre the dincmr tn the. Iniifji.ns there Is danfror of dnlntt
worst cases of Chronic Cntarrli, as thouwinrls can testify. "Cold III tlio Ilinil"
is cured with a few niplic.illnns. Catarrhal llcadacko is relieved and cured as If by
magic, lly drugirlsts, W cents.
MOoSTKOB HOUSE
W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor.
2.00 3? El 33, IDa-Tfr.
Cor. High and IMonroe Sts.
Enlarccd, refitted and furnished.;
First class in nil departments. Ao-.
commodating nnd trusty porters at
all lialns.
Klectric Uolls and IIcis Guost call
nd Kiro nlarm in wv'ery 100m. OlTlco.
Diniiis Room nnd larcost and finest
Sample rooms in the city on tho first
door. 1
Best Couch Medicine Bccommcndcd bv Physicians.
Cures whero all clso falls. Pleasant and acrrccablo to tho
taste. Children take it without objection. By druggists.
noil ACRES
OF
FIRST-CLASS
Timber Lands
IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN.
Will bo sold St H.VOO nn ACItK, on I.11NO
TIME, to AtrrU.VI, fiK'l"l I.t:lts. inch sell
healthful ellmato -Ronil tlrlnklnit water niioniur
ket facll1'!"' "tenrly ilolinn. tor labor at irnn
waeca. ! II It Lit A IS I'. M11V AS 11 HAVE
ninici: !' i.vaiih. ki-u. tsmniiiTwi,
wirif MAI'S. I'AMI'IILEIS, ETC., ETC., JTCHNISIltn
W. C. R. R.,
3IIMVAIKKK, (VIS,
LAUD COMMISSIOHER,
i a a
3 U
4 15 U
1 2i HI
Tilt t
21 (S
n a
2 t0
3 t0
13 U'J
II
11
5 m
i M
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4 25
2 W
siiH
27(i
u lili
ra 8 l'l
W U (10
Kt 1( ID
rat S(t
. io m
. 'ID
HI 35
CATTI.E-MllpplllK 1 01
HOds liond to Choice 4 13
SIIK1J1 clood to Choieo 4 75
FI.OUK Whiter 1'ati-nts 4 0(1
Bnrlntr Patents 4 60
WHHAT-JJti. 41 Spring VJ
I'OIIN -No. 'I....
OAlS-KoZ Whllo
l'OHK Standard Mess
KANSAS CITY
OATTLK Shipping Steers. . .
IlUdb-SuIi'S at
W1IKAT No.a Uud
OATS-No. 2
COIIN-No. 2
NEW ORLEANS.
FLOUK With Grade i
COItN-Wlilto
OA'l S-Clioleo Western
HAY Choice
l'OHK Now Mess
BACON Clear nib
COTTON Middling
LOUISVILLE.
WIIEAT No. 3 Hed
CORN No. 3 Mixed...
OAHWN". 2 MJfed
ltlltlC-Mots.-. ,! . . i . . . u
BACON Clear Rib.,,.,.,,,,,,
COXTOK-Mldmg.mft,!..
3 HO
4 00
70(40
2U id
5 10
4 40
5 n
4 III
4 611
HI
Ell
10 ta
I r,i
4
70d
V0(
21(4
70 ta 1 70
41 a 42
30 a 80(
... (I 11UI
... 11 25
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... a ;s
... a 82
24 a 2 Hi
... a 11
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I,,, a
March, April, May
aro
tho Months
when the Blood
should he renovated
with
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
and
tho System fortified
for the
change of Seasons.
Prepared by
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Lowell, Mass.
Co., 1'bUada.. Fa., to nny ono in the U. B. or
uanana, postage paia, upon receipt ui .
Fisn-itALLs oro allow ablo in Lent. N.
I'icayuno.
Actors, Vocalists, rub'.Ic Speakers praise
Halo's Honey of Horehound and Tar.
I'lko's Toothache Drops Curo in ono minute.
Tnn most popular dentist is the one who
extracts teeth without payln'. riundcr.
Don't let worms eat the very llfo out of
your little children. Restore them to health
by giving Dr. Bull's yTorm Destroyers.
Reiuzis-o that time has wings tho hotel
waiter measures it from tip to tip.
Don't wait until vnu are Blck beforo trvinir
Carter's Llttlo Liver Fills, but get a vial at
once. ou can' t lako tnem wttaout Denoni.
Two and two in an Ice cream saloon make
a quartet. N. O. Picayune.
Tbo best oough medicine it FIso's Cure
for Consumption. Bold everywhere. 25o.
Tucks are cases when an auction sale is a
sell. N. u, i'tcayupe, .
Old smokers prefer "Tonsil's Punch."
Cokes fboxttlt jun Tzututarnt
LUMBAOO,
Ilheumatlstn, "adacli, Tootbucbe,
6PKAINS,
Neuralgia, Bnslllod, rrost-bltes,
13 15, UldSES .
rnSCItABlE$n,YvGEURG) BOtifflf rf, Hi
mrtOM z tuis ririft run um jw wrtu.
Latest Styles
in
L'Art Do La Mode.
7 COI.OllKll 1'I.ATM.
ALL Till LtTlUT rilllS IsD 1T
rent tihiiio.
C7 Order Hot Tour Kcvl'dralar or
MnTSA c,(Ta for UlMt number l
W. J. JIOI1SK, 1'atlUhrr.
ol.s,tllftllr3t.,rtTr lurk.
VASELINE PREPARATIONS,
On receipt of nrlco In poitaeo BUmus wo will send
iree uj mtui iqo lonowing tbioidia Kruciesi
Ouo Box ot VasoiineUamphorlco.lO Cts
Ono 13ox of Vaseline Cold Cream, 15 Cts
One Cake of Vaseline Soap. .... 10 Cents,
One Bottle of Pomade Va&elino,15 Cents
If Touhave Decision to nio "VnnellnoV In anv
formbocarefnltonccept only genuine Roods put
up by us In original packsgei. A great many
drujrcUt aro trying to pcreimde bnera to take
Vaseline Preparatlonfl pnt op bv them. Never yield
to such persuasion, aa tho article is an Imitation
wlthttiit vaItia nA tint An tmcu nnr rfrn von
the result you expect. A two ounce bottle of line
eeai vaseline is soia oy ait uraKKtris alien ccnie,
rfo vaieline it Rnuto nnleii our nmi Ii on tb Ubcl.
Cbesebrough Mfg. Co., 24 Stalest,, N. Y
TRADE
Tho Braid that is known
tho world, around.
CURE FITS
When I ny erire 1 do not mtin merely to stop tbent
lorn tlmn and. tlifnhare thcinitnrnagl. I menu
ratllottl cur. 1 hT inftc th OUfifO orFUH, Kl'I
I.M'HYnr KALLlNOBlCKNKSSfcllfo-lontf Hudy. j wr
rant my remedy to cur tho wort c.ui. llecauil
otlit? ra ti&T f all r4 la nn raaaan tar not now rMivlnir a
Ciin, Rend t onco for n. treat lie and a. Free i r.ttli ol
mjr iniMllMo remedy, imta Kipreai and I'ost-orare.
ILO. ItnoT. M. !.. 1M Icarl Street, ew Vork
it lHrjflKitbTtDin
nitEft CIIILIIHEN
Tbud af jouujr unu.
omrn In lb V B. A.
utlr life and thalr bullh an
tadr bapplMtn l JUJit'i Fo4
their tUllr dirt la iMfanrj
N1Cill41i4aartDbNi
iiriti tub LiiDiia moo is 85 u p. WOOMI1I
ILL CUUTUKS. rawer.
CHOLERA and ROUP
(traryair raaltrr.Bcnd
Ik onecent stamp for m
laraalllattraWdcatalona.
Tells yon how yon can learn to prerent and rure
aui ucu uiMti. A.H4i4JUi,vuiBiv, nji
tit nniftlXlCn nn A MONTH can bemad
is I Ut-IUiUU(-W woiklntf for u. I'erxous pre
ferred who can I urnlu a liorso and glre tlietr wholi
time to tha but! d mi. Spare momenta may lt prufltalilj
employed alto. A few vaeanelef la towna andrlllea.
I). K. JOHNSON A CO.. 1O09 Main St.. ltiehmond, V
ri luia rrvsrtv7 uau jn intwt
Ely's Cream Balm
AVI LI, CUIUi
CATARRH
l'rlrw f :, ilt
Apply Ilalnjlntotach nostril.
W.T BI103, M Warren 6UN.T.
MADE WITH BOILINO WATER.
EPPS'S
GRATEFUL COMFORTING.
COCOA
MADE WITH BOILING MILK.
NORTHERN PACIFIC.
OlLOW PRICE RAILROAD LANDS 0
FREE Government LANDS.
MILLIONS OP ACRES .In Mlnntaota. North UK-
QFUfl FAR l''Hi-aUon. UI, in.,,. do.crilln.UB
aCnil rUll CtSTArrlcultiir.l,llr.tlnir.n4 Tfinb.r
fi V'n "1!"! '.Jni'I'f,'.88 iX, Addr..,
CHAS. D, LAMBORN, 4.aKHftif.'b
FNT?! CAVEATS, TRADEMARKS,
'B.na rouffh kth or che.p mod.l o(
Antinn lUKI:lll.'rFI.' l.i .1 n
ORALLK sit OO.. "UlliJdtlJ.i; C
trmt titu HprtWMjnTt
OAT
tr ITC '' WAl'-KK-UAUOtl. n. Or..t l.Jta
ill Olhiii. Po.ltiv.lr. l'l..s.ntlTRiid I'.nu.
. ncutlr Car.. Fl rs-riTS-nta, br Indl.t
HI I h Koet., B.rka, I'l.nta, .to. Snd for Hit
tr.tdBoolcon ClTSand on. month.'..
CITOirl.tr.atm.ntrr.., t. Ik. VTltJ.u.xll'UI
rl I O ilDIK IIDICISI to.. BIHUISTIK, l.U...
sritsi this riru u. j r.
f Suereaifulttf PROREQUTEQ CLAIMS,
Late lrmcipoi Bxaminor U.B. Pension Bureau,
3 yrain ia war, u aajuoicaunir ciaitui.aiv y ainre
MTK1MI THIS riXU iwi au r
nflTTllTn I Intent aomeihlnr a.nd m
U A I alI I V I rourCUDTIIUCI A 4
I H I Lll I aJ paeruni Ulltl h(h
Addre W.T. FIQ K H ALU . BB IN UTO M 1 5.
I
cot
VICTOR ZUBER
DEALER IS 4.KD MANUFACTURF.n OF
sMARBLE o AliD GRAHITEs '
Monuments and Headstones,
1
Adjoining Merchant's Bank, JcJIereon SU I
HOTEL1
CORNER IIIOII AND SIAIMSON ST3.
JEFFERS0NC1TY, HISSOURI.
FUED. KNAUI', Tropriptor.
RATES-$2.00 PER DAY.
I'clepliono coimnmilcattom and other
modern conveniences. Commercial1
men will find it to their interest to
slop at the City. It is centrally Io-
cited una us sample rooms are mo
best. Tins 'y porters at all paascui
gcr trains. I
THEODORE TAPER.1
Farm an j Machine Repair Shops
IlllASS CASTINGS MADE TO OlIDHll
Give lis a vail for anything in our
lino. Satisftction guaranteed.
Simps on Jefferson street, between
Dunklin and Ashley.
FARMERS' HOME,
J
FRED.TUUETZHU, Proprietor. 1
Having purchased the "Farmers
Home," corner of Jefferson and
DunUlin streets, nnd put cverythiiiK
about the prcrr.lses in good order, I
ask tbo patronago ef farmers and
others.
First Class Meals and Lodging.
Finest Hquou, wines, beer and
cigars always on hand. Good horse
and wagon 'lots. Kates very reason
able. Very respectfully.
Fit!;:!). TIUJKTZEI., Trop.
F. W. ROER
Insurance Agency,
JEFFEIiSON CITY, Sro.
HENRY WAGNER
IIUALEIl IN
Wines, Liquoiir, Cigars, Etc.
' no. 221 hast limn stucut.
A fine Lunch counter run in connec
tion with the saloon, wliero lunch can
be had at all hours.
BEN.G. VIETH.
CHRIS.J. MILLER'
S500 A YEA 6UMHTEE0-yr,.?;
work. Any body van iiL tia capital reguired, llualneii
permanent and pleaaant. Write for nartlculaji. Um
vicinal I'ov. Co.. No. 400 Fagla Did', tiu Louli, Me,
Of efer alia and
max, DOID tNV
WIHTK FOR OATAT.oriUK. BT. LOUIS
Willi KX CO..BI1 tl, foartHstli BtrMt.81. Louis, XI o.
CANCER
Treated and mi red without the knlTa.
Iirtnlr An trAiktmant int I ma. rltlrntai
i K.IJ.I,OND.M.IAaioraJIuC.(lll.
a-aaxB tan raru ni $mjw.
$5
to SO a day. Bsmplcs worth t2.lt
FIKKEL l.lne.hottfnil.rhor.s.'feot. Wrlto
mtsir.Tu itmii una imuiiia CO., u.u,iidu
mrflUM TUU titH im, Mm. f m mu.
unur
nUfflC ru.tlo, Bltort1isnd..ta.. tbor.actal7t.usbl
brm.ll. uirculsr.tr... PHSART,scoujiE.B.rti.tl.T,
mrvkvt this r.rsjt. n rwvr...
A. N. K. B.
12Q6.
iruEN witrriNo to aoveutiieiw I'lemu
out tt ft sv 111. AUaii4 la ttt.
Vieth& Miller,
DKALEHS IK ClIOICi:
ALES.WINES, LIQUORS,
Whit h by Hie gallon at low rates.
Families t-uiipltrtl with Chulce.t good)
a a 0 MuilUon Street -ia
Tttj
To euro Biliousness, Blct Hcndnclio, Conitl
ration, Wnlirla, Liver Cotnplalnts, toko
tbe into nnd certain remedy,
SMITH'S
BILE BEANS
Vto tlio KltAI.tNIre ((OUtUeneanalotho
LotUo). TllUr AHI3 TUB JlOST.COMVElilBKT.
. 3l.tt..tto ,ar nil Afi..
Price or either nice, B5e. per Mottle.
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