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,1 1 1 I MISSOUM STATE NEWS. The Missouri, Knnaaa & Texas pa songer train was dcrnljml tho other morning at llartman, a small station throa wllos wtst of St. Joseph. Tho en gine was thrown oil tho track and turned complotoly ovor, as were also tho ex press and baggage cars. Tho baggage man, express messenger and firoman were badly Injured, but tho others es caped. Of tho low passongers nono were seriously hurt. A deleoatk convention representing 57 subdivisions of tho Farmers' and Laborers' Union of Slaeon County, was hold tho other day at Macon. Thero wcro fully 150 delegates present. Tho convontlon adopted a resolution to sup- I port no man for tho Stato Lcglslaturo who Is not Identified and In full sympa thy with tho order, and who will not publicly ptedgo hlmsolf to support no man for tho Unltod Statos Senate or Congress who Is not known to bo In full sympathy with tho objects and purposes of tho Farmers' and Laborers' Union of America. Tho convention also demand ed a graduated incomo tax; that tho valuo of mortgago liens bo deducted from tho full valuo of real estate for as sessment purposes, and tho submission of a Constitutional amendment allowing counties to voto a maximum tax of 25 3onts on tho $100 for road purposes. A few days slnco Congressmen Wil son and Dockory, of Missouri, appeared before tho Houso Commlttco on lUvers and Harbors and at considerable length advocated tho most liberal policy In making appropriations for tho Improve ment of tho Missouri river, and for an appropriation for tho proposed survoy of tho river from tho old mouth of thu I'latto just abovo l'arkvlllo to a point In I'latto County opposite Leavenworth. The cxccutlvo commlttco of tho Mis souri Stato 1'ress Association met at St Louts recently and decided that tho an nual meeting should bo held at Hanni bal on August 10. Mark Twain will bo Invited to deliver an address. Tho meet ing Is to bo followed by an excursion to St. Paul, Helena, Yellowstono park, Halt Lake City and Donvcr. Tho cost of this will bo about SCO. Checks have been received from tho bondsmen of ex-State Treasurer Noland amounting in tho aggregate to $20,507. S0, leaving a balanco of Sl:i,'JH7.b! still duo tho Stato. Most of tho bondsmen who have not paid have notiilcd tho (lovcrnor that they will do so, and It Is asserted that tho deficiency will soon bo In tho treasury. The late municipal olectlon In Kansas City resulted In tho election of lien jamin Holmes, Democrat, for mayor by 2,103 majority over Davenport, Hepub llcan. The Democrats elected tho en tire city ticket oxcept auditor, and a majority of tho Council. Thn total voto piflled was about 23,000 or 12,000 less than the registered vote. Tho Repub licans carried St. Joseph. Whim: Alexander McDonald, a car penter, was at work on an arch of a temporary elevator shaft in the sixth story of tho new Coates Hotel at Kan sas City tho other afternoon, tho arch gavo way and ho fell to tho basement, u dlstanco of seven stories, llo was car ried Into tho hotel olllce, whero ho was ablo to walk around and talk. Tho fact that ho was not instantly killed is ex plained by tho fact that ho struck somo timbers In falling. Apparently his worst Injury was a broken wrist Jam: Haiivev, colored, the oldest per son in tho State, died at St Joseph tho other day. Sho was 119 years old and had 72 grandchildren. Thiiki: boys named Gammon, Stevens and Stono and a man named Wright wero recently killed by tho caving In of an old mlno in which thoy wero digging for lead oro at Webb City. The Randolph County Farmers' and Laborers' Union mot in convontlon at Moberly rccontly and among tho de mands thoy adopted was a removal of tho tariff from tho necessaries of life, and that tho samo ho placed upon tho luxuries of life, and a gradual reduction of tho tarllf until it is brought to a rev onuo basis, and also tho imposition of an Incomo tax upon tho not incomo of tho wealthy class. Thoy also demand ed that tho grain law bo so amended as to put tho weighing of all grain in tho State under tho control of tho State drain Inspector. Louis Zeioi.ei:, an old citizen of Han nibal, foil dead of heart disease at din ner tho other day. Smrs aro being taken to organlzo a Young Men's Christian Association in Carthago. A vou.vn man by tho namo of Richard son was paying attention to tho daugh ter of Robert Snorgrass, a Morgan Coun ty stockman, against tho parent's wishes, and tho ailalr resulted tho other evening in tho shooting and slightly wounding of Snorgrass by Richardson. Ix tho circuit court at Sedalia tho other day Judgo Ryland Instructed tho grand jury to roturn Indictments against persons playing progressive euchro and other such games for prizes as being contrary to law. Lawyors said It was only intended as a joke, but tho grand jury did not so view tho matter and ac cordingly went to work making tho in quiry. DEt.EfiATES representing tho principal lead and zinc mining towns and camps of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas mot In convention in Joplin tho other day and organized a permanent organization, to ho known as tho South west Missouri and Southeast Kansas Lead and Zinc Mining Association. Tho object of the association is to promote tho wolfaro of tho mining Industry in tho districts named. Mns. C. O. Simmons, wlfo of tho fa mous "Parson" Simmons of Raid Knoh ber distinction, and other women rolatod to tho Imprisoned regulators havo circu lated a petition asking Governor Francis to pardon tho three convicts confined In tho penitentiary for tho Kdcns-Grecn murder. Tho threo convicts pleaded guilty when arralgnol, Simmons was given twelve years and tho othors twon-ty-ono years each In tho penitentiary. They havo only sorved about two years. Moses Fhai.ev, tho woll known St. Louis broker, has again succumbed by holng largely short In May wheat Mar gins ran upon him to tho amount of 8210,000 and caused his failure. The thlrtoon-yuar-old son of a man named Chatham, living In Vornon Coun ty, found a dynamite cartrldgo In his father's yard tho other day, and not knowing what It was touched a lighted match to it Tho explosion that fol lowed put out his right oyo. Cornelius Joiwsox committed sul cldo on his farm, six mllus from Mary vlllo, tho other day by taking strych nine. Ills wlfo had loft him. Henjamin' Sasiuem, aged sixty-flvo years, whllo recently walking on a trostlo soven miles south of Springfield, was run ovor by a freight train and in stantly killed. Doconsod wasa member jf (ho Grand Array of the Republic. SOMEWHAT SINGULAR. A mute at tho Flint (Mich.) institu tion has issued n challcngo to fight any other mute In tho United States. A Nkuhaska wlfo, prays tho court to restrain her lawful husband "from pat ting her on tho head, poking her In tho ribs and talking baby talk to hor." A ScmvENKSviLtK (Pa.) man latoly ato for.y-two oranges and a half-pound of sugar, drank two tumblors of water and smoked threo cigars In about two hour3. A mam of Saco, Mo., cut his Initials In tho peel of a Florida orango a3 It hung on Its treo last winter. That samo orango was onoof a dozen ho recently bought of a Saco dealer. A eesident of Naibvlllo, Mich., ro c?nll.v camo across threo rats In tho road, and all of them had hold ofastraw trav eling along. On closer Investigation ho found tho two outsldo rat3iyoro loading tho center one, which was blind. A I'AHMEii living a fow miles from Culpepper, 'a., lias a mulo which, for Miguel t and agility, "tako3 tho cako," Mr. Lowls found tho mulo in tho hay loft tho other morning. 1 ho only raodo ' of Ingress to tho loft Is by a ladder. 1 A .eemaiieiiile colncldenco In con ' nocllbn with the death of tho president i of an electric railway In Ohio is that ho ' v.aa killed whllo violating a ruto ho j himself bad made forbidding passengers to got olf or on tho front platform whllo i tho car was in motion. I At a recent banquet In San Francisco of tho Undertakers' association, tho , menus wcro printed on cardboard cut In tho slinpo of n coffin, and among thn dishes wcro chicken dressed a la shroud, smelts on stretchor and stewed tomatoes a la grippe. A nuMl"liAcnr.l man at Chicago gets a living by selling tho tlmo of day. Ho has a chronometer, and it Is warranted tlmo. Ho has a certain territory which ho goes over, and furnishes tho houso wives In that territory with tho tlmo of day onco a week. Ho gol3 ten cents a wool: from each patron. HiiUcation does not seem to niako people any tho less superstitious. About 1,500 different kinds of dream books aro In Mia market, and all of them find buyers, whllo sales steadily incrcaso about In proportion to tho Increase of people. Nor is tho demand for dream books confined to tho poor. Women with sealskins and diamonds buy thorn. The singular Kpectaclo of a man walk ing along iho strcot eating greenbacks was presented in Duluth, Minn., tho other afternoon. Ho swallowed forty eijrht dollars In fives, two3 and ones, when ho was caught by tho pollco and taken to tho station houso. A search revealed S007 between his insldo shirt and skin. Ilo suffers from tho halluci nation that pcoplo nro trying to steal his money. A max who mysteriously disappeared froui his homo In Koyport, N. J., a short 1 tlmo ago, has been found In tho vault of n cemetery thero. llo took his depar ture on account of tho disohedlenco of his daughter, aged sover.tocn years. Sho has a lover, a young Englishman, employed in a carriage factory. Ills at tentions to her displeased tho fathor. Tho girl wouldn't glvo up her lovi r and tho father took a fow of his effects and moved to tho vault of tho Green Grovo Cemetery. The "Air Une." Te ftnv nn nnntAmrtlattnc & tourney the shortest and most dlreot lias Is always to bo desired, and where one can get this, together with accommodations which can not be excelled, no fmthor Inquiry should be mode. The LouimlU. Etansville c bt, Louis ''Air Line" comprises cachet these features, being sixty nines iuo anoricijj line between St. Louis and Louisville, ana the only Hue runuiuir elegant J'arlor Can on day trains and rutlman Sleepers on night trains. Thl line Is also the most direct route to all poiuts in Eastern hen tucky and Tennessee-the Virginias nnd oarcanaff. aicu jrume euuu nj For tickets, Information or sleeping-car reeervatlon, call on or address 11. B. Monms, City Passenger Agent, 116 North Fourth street, Bt Louis, or at Union Do- not JOS. B. UD10IIKI. U. I'. A.i WOMEN OF WORTH. Mns. Talmaae. wlfo of tho eelobrated preacher, is said to bo tho financier of i tho family. It Is sho who makes all tho ! doctor'h engagements and does his bank lug business. Mme. 1'iEiiiiE Maeie, who holds a do- greo of Doctor of Medicine of tho Faciil ty of Paris, has, after a debate, boon ad ml tied to the competition for tho ofilco of pliyuiiMim to tho bureau of publb as- Bistau". . Dr. John Hull's SnrsaparlUa. Our druggists tell us thoy arosellini (Treat deal of Dr. John Bull's Barsamri It has not been advertised much in this vicinity, and wo tako it that tho largo do niond for it Is ottrlbuted merely to its cx- iruui-umiiry merit us a oiooa punner anu strengthening alterative. Wo know of several instances whero It has put sloic men nnd women on their feet after physicians hod exhausted their skill. It is o medicine that certainly goes right to tho spot, tho very first dso seeming to do good. TUo blood is tho life and wo believo thero Is no othor modicine rmulo so powerful us a biood purifier as tills rcmody. And it does look us If when tho blood is mudo pure a person naturally gets well. Wo ndvlso any of our subscribers who aro ailing and feel sick from any cause whatever to givo Dr. Hull's Bar saparilla on iimncdlato trial. Covington r.xpruss. Asrnscixo is such a manly art It Is odd lummtrois go rauca iciuimg la li. Haiti more American. All Snrti And Conditions of Men Acknowlcdgs the efficacy of Hostettor's Stomach Bitters as n means of extlmtitlnp dyspepsia, constipation, malarialand bilious troubles, nervous debility nnd kidney ail ments. Tho learned and sacred professions, tho pres3,the mercantile, manufacturing, ugiKMauurui unu iniiimfr communities nave, lor mo past inirty years, Decn lurnisnin cacn meir quoin oi icsvimony in lis ucuai until that has reached unwieldy but gratl lying proportions, uuorulng unequlv proof that tho public is discerning. THE MARKETS. miss, u. i . jt., L'.uisvlllo, Ky. Japanoso monoy Is divided Into sens and yens. A son is worth about ono cent and tho yon about nlnoty cents. A Woman Two Ilnmlml Years Old. A case Is on record of n woman who lived to this advanced age, but it is scarcely nec essary to stato that it was in "tho olden ttmo.'' Now-a-days too many women do not llvo half their allotted ycurs. Tho mortality duo to functional derangements in tliO weaker sex is simply f rlrrhtrul, to say noth ing of tho'lndoscrlbabla Stlltorllig Which makes lifo scarcely worth tho living to so many women. But for theso sufferers there s a certain rcuei. jjr. ricrco's i nvorito ,'rescrlntlon will positively curolcuchor- rlioa. painful menstruation, prolipsus, pain in mo ovaries, weaic nasi:; in riion, ail tli030 complaints to which so manv women nro martyrs. It Is tho onlj' gwiranletd cure, see guarantee on bottlo wrapper. Cixaxse tho liver, stomach, bowels nnd wholo system by usiug Dr. Pierce's ToUots. Lifk ixaunANcn Is a cre-At consolation tho truly good, but ilro Insurance uvallnih tho wicked notlilug.N. V. Commercial. Tnnnc Is moro Catarrh In this section of tho country than nil other diseases put to gether, and until tho last fow years was sup posed to bolnourablo. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local dlscaso, and prescribed local remedies, and by con stantly failing to euro with local treatment, nronnunned It incurable Rclencohasnrovcn catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, nn'd tnereloro requires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only con stitutional euro on tho market It is takoa internally in dosos from 10 drops to a tea spoonful. It acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfacos of tho system. They offer ono hundred dollars for nny caso It fails to euro. Send for circulars and testi monials. Y. J. Cheney fi: Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 70e. Rim can co to cliurch and nltcrward tell you what every woman in tho congregation had on, and In somo l are instances can glvo vou somo faint idea or wuat mo text was, Governor Hunk rotate. A mnimlflrcnt new notato. originated by John A. Salzor, tho La Crosso, Wis., Seeds man, who no doubt grows moro seed po- I ii Iocs tlmn nnv firm n tho world. It Is an enormous cropper, lino shape, cooks mealy nnd white, is medium late, nnd contains all tho qualities that po to mako up a good po tato. It is named in honor of tho great farmer Governor or Wisconsin, Jcrcminn If. Itusk, ntproscnt Kccictury of Agricult ure at Washington. It can be had only of John A. Hnlzcr. La Crosse, Wis. , nt ?1.60 per busliel, or a.5U per narrcL Tt Is a mtstako to say that rain falls alike on tho just and tho unjust Tho hitter al ways has an umbrella. Puclc Home-Seekers' llaU'-ltnto Incursions vlu tho Wabash. On Anril22 and Mnv 20 tho Wabash Rail road will sell tickets ut one furo for tho round trip to points In Kansas, Nebraska, Indian 'forritory, Texas, Now Mexico, Colo rado, Wyoming, uian, loano, jiouuinn, North and South Dakota, Northwestern Iowa anu Minnesota, 'nonets win no goou returning thirty (80i days lromdato of sale. For particulars apply to tho nearest ticket agent of the VY abash or connect ing railroads. "Oxn good turn deserves another" Is tho motto of tho economical dressmul.cr.- Bos ton Post Consumption Hurcly Cured. ToniEEuiTon: Pleasolnform your read ers that I havo a posltlvo remedy for tho abovo named disease. By its tlnwly uso thousands of hopeless cases havo been per maucntly cured. 1 shall bo glnd to send two bottles of my remedy ntcn to any of your readers who havo consumption It they will send mo tneir cxpross audpost-omro aa dross. Respectfully, T. A. Sujcum. Jf C, isi l ean street, new i one It can never bo said of tho miner that ho does not "got down to business " Youkcrs uazciie. A young man 61 Warsaw ordorci a dross suit from a tailor who agreed to doltvor it on a tortaln day. Thn latter failed and bonce a curious lawsuit Tho plaintiff alleged that ho had arranged to go to an ovenlng party nt which ho had rosolved.to offer his hand to tho daughter of the houso. Becauso of tho failure of bis dress-coat ho could not go, but his rival wont, proposed nnd was accoptod and tho plaintiff constdorod hlmsolf damaged to tho valuo of tho lost brldo. , tondon lias a "Thlrtooh Club." Its horolo membors bind themsolvcs todino together on tho thlrtoonth of ovory month nnd to sit down thlrtoon at a tablo. Thoy proposo also to sot at do- fiance other conventional Ruporstltlens, and, among other things, to spill snlt at tablo nnd to walk under a ladder whon ever they havo tho opportunity of doing and when thero is no risK of Doing smeared with paint. BounTntes tho lover who Is fired with passion for tho daughter Is put out by the futhor. Pittsburgh Dispatch. A riTTsnunon reporter tells about a yawning oil woll. Homebody must havo been boring It Blnghamton Republican. W TRADE C&Mlilp MARkAs! For Stablomon and Stockmen. CURES Cult, Swellings, Cruises, Sprains, Galls, Strains, Laiaonesa, Stiffness, Cracked Hteli, Scratches, Contraction!, Flesh Wounds, Slrlnshalt, Sors Threat, Distemper, CoXc, WliHIon. Poll Evil, Fistula, Tuners, Splints, ItlnoDonos and Spavin In their early St:g;s. Directions with each bottle. At Dni-oanrTS asd PcAlnns. THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO., Baltimore, Ut. "The nroof of thonuddlmrls in tliecatlnp of it " Uow slow wo aro U believo In what wo havo not tried. How many times havo you read In this paper of Shallcnberger's Antidote for .Miliaria, ana Instead of testing It, gono to tho drug storo by mere force of habit for your quinine to simply patch up n !rice with diseaso! The Antidote will cure you. Bold by Druggists. Mant a beau who wears a sweet-smelling boutonneiro is w.thout a oeut In his pocket. Entitled In thn Rest All aro entitled to tho best that their monoy will buy, so every family should havo, at onco, a bottle fff tho best family remedy, Hyrup of Figs, to cleanse tho sys tem when cnstlvo or bilious. For snloin 50c and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists. Hailstones Intended for publication aro usually as big as ben's eggs. N. O. Pica yune. Sir iVove't Fire, will bo sent by Crag!n'& Co., Phllada., Pu., to nny ono iu tho U, H. or Canada, postago paid, upon receipt of 2.1 Dobbins' Klectrio rionp wrappers. Bco list of novels on circulars around each bar. It does not requiro a lcal education to go Into tho son-in-law business. liomo Hon-Unci. New York, April 10, lm. OA1TI.K Nutlvu Steers J am 0 00 COTTO N' M Id d lltnr.. FLOUlt Winter Wheat. WHJJAT Ku.2 Ked COVIN No. 2 OATS Western Mixed l'OUK-Mesa ST. LOUIS. COTTON-Mlddllni: I11:KVDS KxpoitrHoera Hi a KJ1AW 6 25 UC'.S rut U Hi a li oo HOGS Common to Select.... f UKKl'-l'uir to Choice FLOUK-r.itonts XXX to Ciiolco tVIIISAT No.'i Red Winter., COIlN No. 2 Mixed OA'IS-No.2 ltYi:-Nu.2 TUHAIXO Lugs (Missouri).. L.ouf, llurley llAV-OhoIco Timothy IIUTTKlt Uholco Dairy 1)11(18 Fresli l'oltlv Standard Mess. UAUON-Clcnr Itlu I.AHII 1'ilmeSloiim WOOL-ChulcoTub eillOAGO. OATTI.K-ShlnplnB 1IOUS Good to Cliolca MIKHl' (lood to Cbolcii FtOUK-Wlnter Patents Spring l'atents vv 1 1 r. ai Pi o. - spring.. .... a it IM il IW i a a 4 50 3 85 a I 85 I 60 600 1 65 4 75 2 it U S 10 IWi'dl VJVt 2AU. 21 is a 1 60 'a b m a 50 a u oo 17 50 a Id oo u 't Via Hit .... 11 oo 6 Clk . . Cvi ,,, a 85 I 90 I 50 6 85 4 15 5 50 Wlti .... 'd Bin .... U 2Hi 12 62ll 1 75 in a 4 30 a s w a 4 60 to 4 60 a Mil 4 COIlN -No. 2 OATS-No 2 White l'OUK-StundardMeea.. I KANSAS CITY. i CATTLE Shipping Steers... 8 40 a HOOS-Salcaut 4 119 1 VIIKAT-No.3Itcd O OATS No, 2 2Jlia COKN-No. 2 a I NEW OltLKANS. I'LOUU-HIgh Grade 4 10 a ' COllN-Wlilte 4'2 a OA IS-Cholce Westorn Si u I1AV Choice 18 60 1'OltIC Now Mess 12 50 HAl'ON' Clear ltlu LUITON-Mlddllng 11 LOUISVILLE. 8 00 4 20 79 21 20U 4 00 ti a 19 oo a li oo a m WIIEAT-No. 2Ited., COIlN No. 2 Mixed.. OATS No. if Mixed.,, l'OHK-Mcss II AOON Clear nib.,, COTTXJN Middling , 25 It 00 ei a as a 84 a 25U a it 50 a ok I know of a man who was cured of a forty year oiu soro on uib icg ny jiuirs oarsa- paruia, also niatly mat it cured oi erysip elas, which doctors fulled to benefit Jo seph D. Andrews, Mitchell Co., Go. Tnn Iceman weighs tho block and blocks tho way simultaneously. Washington Post, If vi loncd irriulne nlUs. try Carter's Llttlo Liver l'H'fj and tako somo comfort. A man can't stand everything. Ono pill adose. Try them. Bus can throw a stono with a curvo that would be a fortune to a baseball pitcher. Conons, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, etc, quickly rcllovcd by Dkown's ItnoxcniAL TitocHES. A simple and effectual remedy, superior to till other articles for tho same purpose. Hold only U luxes. Meh may boast of great actions, but thoy nro of tencr tho effect of chance than design, Ask for Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers. Don't let your draggist sell you somo other kind of worm medlc.no. Nono othor aro so Bof o and yet so sure. Six of them ran talk nt onco and got along flrnt rate, and no two men can do that Hale's Honey of Horehoundnnd Tar re lieves whooping cough. Pike's Toothache Drops Curo in ono minute. The cool poker plajcrnover shows n flush on his faco. lllnghamton Republican. Are unlike all other pills. No purging or pain. Act specially on tho liver and bllo. Carter's Llttlo Liver PiUs. One pill a dose. If a man is fit to go higher, ho will show It by being faithful where he li. The U. 8. Government makes regular par chases of "TanslU's Punch" for tho army. BnE can say "no" in such a low volco that It moan "'yes." Best, easiest to uso and cheapest Rcmody or Catarrh. By druggists. l'lso's 25a , Tnc end sought In business transactions Isdlyid-end. ' Respected Sir! I'vo como to tell To nslc my fate oh Ront on 1 Slnco too cnily sprinctlmo camo l'vo felt I mean I feci.1' Adolnlius paused with pallid check " why, boy, don't look morose I It's biliousness 1 I've had It 1 Hero l'Icrcc'3 Pellets i Takoadoaol" Adolphus paused outsldo tho door To luterviow tho scraper: Within those walls her lather sat Intent on Sunday's paper. Six times beforo he'd soupht that door On this samo mission bent; Ills courajro failed but now, to-hlgbt Ho vlll ask papa's consent Dr. Pierce's PIcaaut rtirgatlvo relicts are Btipar-coated, cay to take,.nntl ccntlo In action. cleaiisln!r anareciilatlu'r the system without wrenching It with agony. Thoy nro gently aperient, or strongly cathartic, according to size of dose, unequaicu as n nvcr pin. stnaiicsr, cucapesr, easiest to tane. as a laxa tive, only one tiny Pellet nece?sarv for'a dose. Cures Sick Headache. Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, lllllnus Attack;, and all derangements of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Put up In vials, hermetically scaled, thereforo always fresh and reliable. Being purely vegetable, lliey operate without dis turbance to the system, diet, or occupation. Sold by druggists, at 25 cents a vial. piomptly cures weakness of stomnch, nausea. Imllircstlon. bloat intr. weak- back, nervous prostration, debility and sleeplessness, in either sex. It Is care fully compounded by ail experienced physician and adapted to woman's deli cate organization. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless iu any condition of the system. It Is the only medlclno for women, sold by druggMs, under n positive gunranico ot satisiaciton in every case, or price fsl.00) refunded This guarantee has been printed on tho bottle-wrapper, and faithfully can led out for many year.?. WORLD'S ftlSrENSAUT MEDICAL AS SOCIATION. Pioprletors, No. 063 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. For "run -down," debilitate;! and overworked women, Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription Is the best of all restorative tonics. It is a potent Spe cific for all those Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to Women; a powerful, general as well as uterine, tonic and nervine. It Imparts vigor nnd strength to the whole, system. It FOll CATAllllH.-Best. Easiest- to uso. ( l Immediate. A Plirrt la rnrt.iln Knp Cold In tup Head it has no equal. QIRO'S ltlSMKIJY J- Choanest. ltellcl U Immediate. " 5 !;ln,m i y!',lcl a small pattlclo Is applied to tho .UUUICS3, JS. x. JLA'ZHI.TlNIt, ' vmsMl Warren, Ia. Tired!" "Oh, So is the cry ot thousands every Spring. For that Tirod Feeling take Ayer's Sarsaparilia and recover Health and Vigor. It Makes the Weak Strong. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. VASELINE PREPARATIONS, Onrccelptofprice In poitage (tamps we will send ircc uj man inu junuwinR Tiuuauio arucica: One Box of Puro VnseUno, r. . . 10 Conta, Ono Hox of VftselinoCamphorlco.IO Ute. OneHoxof Vasolino Cold Cream.15 Cte, Ono Cako of Vosclino Soap 10 Cents, Ono Bottlo of Pomado Vaseline(15 Cents, If yon have occasion to nte "Vaseline' In any form Iw carefnl to accept only- Rcuulne goods pat tip by na in original package. A great many drocptos aro trying to iwrsuade buyers to take Vasdino Preparations put up by them. Nuver yield to finch persuasion, as the article is an imitation wuiiout value ana will not do good nor rit y the rtiiult vou e inert. A two ntmru hottlt of HI Beat Vaseline ia sold by all dragglttsatten cent, KoVsMllDalitccnulaannleiiouriiiRislioDth libel. Cbesebrougb Mfg. Co., 24 State St., N. Y. Ms Pills After oatlnir. ncrioui of Sinblt trill ilorTvocrreist bcuel liiftouoor tticaepUU. If youliavwbeeu billons rret bciiefl ( by t alt DRINKINGT00MUCH, tbey itIII promptly relievo tho nausea. SICK HEADACHE and ncrtotiHnras nlilcti follows, r More tlio uiipettte anil remove vlooiny reeling!. lUegasitly sugar couloil. S0ID EVERYWHERE. OOico. 44 Murray St., New York. "I CatarhH UKJMBALM Itiait catarrh to bad thtre cert gi tat imt in my noit, cm plats was calm through. Two Wilts of Ely's Crtam Halm dto thi uort. My twn and htad ars tctlt. 0. 3. UiUmsn, Bliley, llo, HAY-EVER A parttcUU applied Into ech Dcxtril nnd la a(T able. .FrireMrfnUfctdmrfrftiUi bf mall, restitcrad, M cents. tLYbuUTlISR3"U Wrrv'n6t.,iwort. ?Wm PLANTER, AlTAOHHrATl, irRui Tina iapxr tmj mmimwiiw PATENTSSFOHKn i si 1 li)ka A ' itru,r.' Afldress W. T. l'ITZ0ll AJ). WilttWOI ltl'l.'H.:l'MMHiWiHlil'Hl.'lM;IBIil Q0LD MCPAIii PAKIfl, 1878. W. BAICER & CO.'S Breakfast Cocoa Js absolutely puro and U is soluble. No CJiemicals sra UMti la lU nrtprntlda. It mart thin tkrtt tl tl UU ttnmfitX tit Coco ntUcd wXtt BUreli, Arrowroot or Ktisftff aod I' tnennrs tar mors et momieii potg mm uiw tn w tii. it II drlicloui, nouriiau(, IttDffllrHtiDI-. fASILV DlQISTED, and dmlrl)y sdiptrd for inriJliU u vcu as (or ptrioni in jieu.& Sold by OrocorB everywhere, W. BAKER & CQu, Dorchester, THE ELKHART CARRIAGES HARHESSHQ. CD, $14, Tight bottom and dash n l WHOLES! I'K PrifM, ttlast thaw OKiLMBa' trSI. SUp AStniUUK tor isuaUUa btfor bariar rr rrvlflst f-tviM If Lbrutarr. Vlaira(r for flarflsM, Antrim, Spriaf ffUBtJb I mns, uassralBi ltaBlI. iiirinf.h.FRirrtMjtlOihlHtUsdlM, wm I CURE FITS! Wbtn I s.r cur I do not m a m.r7 to stop them for .tlmo Mia then h4T thui ftturn .vein. 1 mn radlflo oun. 1 hve mdi, to. OIM&M jot FiTS,Kfl Ul'ay or-ilXl(iauICKNKB8.ll(. lon.tdr. Iw.p. rout mj retu.dy to cur th vortt cam. bci,u other nr f lldjt no rtuan for not now rorelvlng cur. ftendSooofor trtt sa. rrelottlof my inftlubto riDdr. nir KtprMnd PottXorr. tea. ntMir.'M. v.,'isa Poarl Str,,(rvk. WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED Ancient edition. itftjuirisd "Wsbstcr'i UnsbriiJaeJ Dlcllonarr" U being ollered to tho pnblW stavery lowprioe. The body of Uto book, from A to Z, u a oheap reprint, psge foi pigs, 6t tU8 MUHOtt 01 1847, vucn wis u G d3 fu day. avalnablabsok.bnt to thapro. a. ivmU KBSBOl iwguiga lorumiunii iujuw, m bosn compltttly snpsnedtd. It M now roproaacM, Droisn type, errora ani 1 1 VttLi-l ' : f8ffia .- DBALBH IK 'Sf'l tillY GOODS, CLOTHING- IIAT8,1 CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCERY 1ES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCOS,! H A RD WAR E. QOEENSWARE, TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. Country Produco bought and sold.1 aods delivered free of charge to1 any part of tho city. ' 701 & 903 West Main nnd Corner of Bolivar Street. briel eomDirison. Dano bv fiaoe. betwoen the reprint and (ho latest and enlarged DEAMti IN edition, will show tho oroat anperlorilj Grooenes, Agrioulturat Implomont. ounoiatior. vnoaa reprinis aro as oni wugous, upring tTnuua, ""bsi", oidato at a last year's almanao. Holion- rjoaj Carts. Plows, Harrows, Hayj Ep2w fitak1JcDsSh;'ic"'Fc,,d Cullcr" which WdayUaccopfedai the Btandard Steel Road-Sorapcra. 4U U itittlli and THE BEST. every copy of which bears onr Imprint as given below. ter If penons who have been lndnced to pnrchaso the "Ancient Edition" by any misrepresentatlona will adviions-of the lacti, we win nnaeriaae 10 see inai uo seller Is pnnlahed as ho deserves. G. & O. MF.RRIAM & GO sriuNonrxD, siAsa. F, II, REPHLO, DKALEB IN General JJerchandUe, No. (Vest Mum Street. HO. -PnODUCED nv Tllti- DENNY, POOR t& CO., KKLUXQ AUK.VTS, NEW YORK and BOSTON ABSOLUTELY PERFECT IN MANUFACTURE Tha best WAfJH TASSIO In the conn try for KaAUs' ana Children's OprlEV ana unmtner wear. Vr-KAHS TUIS rArEK ,w,HMfMnIU, C. & L. WAGNER BREWERS, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. KEG AND BOTTLED BBESV 'lluvo tho largest Brewing nnd Bottling Houso West of St. Louie. MOjSTKOB heotjsb W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor. ' 2.0.0, H? 33 H 33 -A-"ST. Cor. High and'Monroo Sts. J Enlnrscd, rellttcd and lurnishcd.j First class in all departments. Ac commodating nnd trusty porters at all tiains. . ! Electric BelU and IIcss Guest call) and Kiro nlnrin in every room. Omco,. Dining Room nnd largest nnd finest; Sample rooms in the city on tho first floor. .1 ZUBER W. L. DO VICTOR DEALER W VND MANUFACTUUEH Off csMARBLE o ADD o GRAlUTEs- j Moimments and HeadstOEes. Ailjolulnj Merchant's Pstli, Jefferson St. j HOTEL UGLAS CIJC AND 5?2 SHOE JT for gentlemen 9SJ9 Ad Other AtlTortlaeanpectalllei w W Aro th Ileal tn ih bottom. ISOLD KVEltY WliKKB. 1( jowr dSr will illiv-t irom (Konr without etm chffrRe. . jiuuiiUAN, iirockton, Mail. Kr AMI mil f mi Mr, ikMyw rrK. nn nun acres or- FIRST-CLASS ruber Land IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN. Wilt liA nnl1 nt Rl.OA nn Af'ItK. on LONQ TIBI H, to ACl'UAI HrVlnH. Jllcti snil healthful clliuatvKCHKl diinkins witer Due tntp- itch--. lUltCIIAHK NOW ANI 1IAVJ1 UlifllUl OF ji.iNDS. KOLI INFORMATION. WITH tArH, l'AMFUI.ETH, ETCM ZTCn FUUNIBUID MIUULKlt, HIS. CITY COHNKIX JIIOII AND MADISON STS. 1 JEFFERSONCITY, IlISSOURTJ FKBD. KNAUP, Proprietor. RATEH2.00 PER DAY.1 I'cleplionc communications and oilier, modern conveniences. Commercial men will find it to tlieir interest to , stop at tho City. It is centrally Jo cated and its sample rooms are tlio best. Trusty porters at all passeu ger trains. i THEODORE TANNER Farm mi Macbiie Repair Slopii BHASS CASTINGS MADE TO OIIDEK Give us a fall for nnytlilng in our line. Satisfaction Riiarnntccil. Shops on Jefferson street, between Dunklin nnd Ashley. LAND COMMISSIONER, IT IHL'ftKIIbrCllllo iKK;'t cuiLintivN. Tbaaxac) f jouuf ato u4 onieo la tfa U. n. A. vmtt 1 their llvei Bd iMt tattltk utl their bmJi ut Xldft'i Food ndChlttlhtbvlDcb4aa Ksdfc'ifMMl. By Urufih niBilet. IB-IS THU I It DIM) i'OOD IS 80 nU wp. WOOMlf OU ALL cui XT 1115. CO., l-almcr. Mm " FARMERS' HOME, FUED.TKUBTZEL, Proprietor. I Having purchased the "Farmers' Home," corner of Jefferson and Dunklin strcoti, and everything about tho promises '' good order, I nalc tho nalronac "1 farmers and others. '") Beware of l.-nititions. NOTICE AUTOGRAPH Or LABEL 1VTV llET E GENUINE HARTSHORN) CURED, KOI BIBKLI DUniMATIOll nriLUlVlnl lull I REIIRVKD HP. but Permnnontly yr-KHLt. TREATIflK SENT ItKK TO ANY AUDllEBS. The Yellow Pine bind Co, 1 PITTSUIUUII, rx. rRuti this riria n um m niu. TON SCALES OF $60 BIN6HAMT0N Beam Box Tore Beam yS, N. Y. a. I DETECTIVES Wanted la ttittj CmoIt 8kttl bib to act .darlaairtciIaM In onr Sect tlPirttei. Ktrm.iBM nt ftMtt7i fa-riialari frM. (Irannitn lttrtlTeItarRuCo.UAralo,ClaclsuU ir you wim yorit EsnMon WITH. HIT XCL.A.Y. nut tout claim la till) hundn uf dOHI!Pir II. HimTKIL, oarHAMi m piria nr uawr ntu, linn clears always ou hand. Good horso and wagon lots. Rates very reason able. Very respectfully. FRKD. TRUHTZEL, Prop. F. W. ROER Insurance Agency, JKFFEHSON CITV, Mo. HENRY WAGNER DEAl.KK IS Wines, Liquour, Cigars, Etc. NO. 2121 east man stkkkt. A ilno Lunch counter run in connec tion with the saloon, where lunch can bo had nt all hours. BEN.G. VIETH. CHRIS.J. MILLER I:)) HTFNTQI CAVEATS, TRADEMARKS, Hall U.ntl.m lUllKUlATri.r (o J. B, CRALLK tt OO.. WitUUt-TDI, rAMSTnisrArsa.Tth..rwTlM, 'SuooeasfulW PHOOCO:;TEa (5tA!M8, Lata PrAiicirjal Ezunlnar TI.B.PamAn llnraaii. U I yn la Uil wr.i adjodlcntinj cUitui, att'y Bluest, Vieth & Miller,. DKAI.KItS IK CIIOICK ALES-WINES, LIQUORS, n biekj by tuo gallon ot low rates. Fa milieu (implied with Choicest ooda DUE ALLSOLDIER8. larten roll a,1 . 1 fr. a n invam.a m was, uafiaftti,U., naoiaf im, w, v 7"hAJUI THIS F ktt titrj tiu, jsm vitta. PENSIONS AOTCTJTS WANTKD-Hrof. Eln'l w took. torj, Writ for clrculiui. M. B. j!ualt, fit. X toll. Mow I U XI a 11 I tn Anf Builne. ire,nil cnr on4 .Un.tloni. write J. U. BIlOWM,B:iVMo; Treettd anil enrxl without tb knir. CANCERS ontrtntnitntieotfrct. AddreM u.iiw,N..u..Aorora(j.iQeUu.,llL $5 Brunple wcrlh 13.11 PisXOrrbpnet' teet. Writ to SB a daVi PKKi:. I.lnIiDti.n KUIHATn titlff BSII IIOLUIH to.. H,M,.lUk; A. N. K. D. X287. wiwrc tvKiTixs to auvertisirs riSa l f w 1" Tffnl It) (Jils To euro Biliousness, Blck Ilcodtclie, Consti pation, Malaria, Llrer Complaint, take the gate and certain remodjr, SMITH'S BILE BEANS Vie (be SHAIXSIie (lOIlltleBeansto tho . botUe). Tiinr abb tub most coNrummr. -, anltafala top oil JLKmm. Prlee of either !, ac. per Mettle. 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