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MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
Tnr Stipremn Court lias reverent and romnmU'd tho caso a;tlitut .losppli A. Nowcll, of J.lnn County, cunvl ti'il uf murdering Mrs. Hall ami hor four chil dren In January, 1S8U, anil tentcneoil tu t)0 Lanjrcd. The caso is sent liack for a now trial on account of ocrunpmis In Rtructlona to the jury concerning tho prisoner's character and also In tclatlon to the c fleet of an nllhl. In the circuit court nt .Iclterson City Judffo KdwanU In his charge to the grand Jury recently referred to the No land defalcation by saying that It was reported that a largo sum of money had been taken from the State treasury and It was their duly lo llnd out whether this was so or nut. It was also report ed, ho said, that this niowy had been taken to pay gambling debts, and this should he Investigated and If lound to be true the party or parlies who won It should ho Indicted also. Wiu.um K. ISahi.ii a well-known newspaper reporter, died suddenly In the Herald olllce at St. do cph the other nlgM. -Mr. linker had worked on all tho Kansas City papers and on the Den ver Journal, lie went to St. loicpli about six weeks previous and had sinco been worklnjron the Herald. As tho result of an lm estimation con ducted by the mayor, city comi-eler and city comptroller, William I'eake, e ty treasurer of Kansas City, has been sus pended from olllce pending further In quiry Into li s nci'ounts. The ex (initia tion showed a illiliTi nco of .VJi.'iOii.ld between the amount with which tho city treasurer st ud-t charged and tho amount of fun Is on hand. Tho city treasurer had been of lato drinking heavily and neglecting his business, which led to an Investigation. It Is also charged that the cause of the shortage was that he had loaned the city funds to parties who gave notiM that could not ho collected. A man named William Forest "as re cently arrested at Kansas City upon the charge of attcmptin x to obtain money from .Masonic lodges mi ler false pre tenses. CitAiti.r.s (lAiiiiiM.::. a newsboy, wt runoierand killed by a cable car at Kansas City the other day. The l.oy was selling papers, and in jumping from the foot rail ot the grip ear fell between tho gr.p car and the coach. Ski:i:ai. weeks ago the hou.-e of a man named Killenhelmer, eight miles from lronton, Mr.dison County, burned. Kllenheimer'.s bones were found in tho ashes. Detectives have s nco been working on the case, and the other day they nrrested Elijah 11. Smlt'i on a charge of murder and aison inconiiect on w th the case. Tiik other n'ght.lohn I,, llowden went to his homo at Chillieo he drunk, lie was jealous of his wife, and draw ng a revolver be told her to pre are to die. She ran from the room to the adjoining apartments of Mr. and Mis. M. II. Honey. liovulcn followed her, discharg ing tho revolver as he ran. One of tho bullets struck Honey In tho groin. In tllctlng a dangerous wound, llowden tired again at his wife. She screamed as if hit, and he then ran out ot tho house, tMid placing the muzzle of (hi- re olcr In his mouth, shot himself dead. Mrs. llowden was not Injured .liusnv IIciiian, of the l'inkerton pa trol, was shot In the rear of Love's drug store, at Kalis. is City, early the other mom ng by Joseph Owens, a clerk who was sleeping In tho store and mistook llogan for a burglar. Hog in wr.shlt in tr.e back part of tho head. 'I ho ball glanced otr and made an ugly wound. Owen was not arrested, Ki..o At i.t:v, conlldpntlal clerk and virtus' manager of the Austin Com piny. an Kngllsh Investment company at Kansas City, Hci-ntly drew xM.OOO of tho company's fund from bank, during the ab-ence ot tho head of the concern, and absconded, lcav.ng a wlre and child destitute. lie is on y twonty-eght years old, and his life heretofore had been, with one exceptlcn. above re proach, tho exception being his fondness for frail wom-n. Tiik sheriff ot Stone County recently arrested Hotelier ICirby in Texas, who confe-sed to being the 'murderer of an old school teacher named lingers In Stone County scleral weeks ago. Kirby'a residence Is In Arkansas and the murder was committed to secure If 100 that lingers had drawn as salary. Hr.v. Na'iiu.v Scaiiimit, ono of tho pioneers of Western Missouri, and prominent for his many good works, died at Kansas City the other day at the 'ige of seventy-n no years. Tin; Chicago A Alt n limited express passenger train was badly wiecked by collision with a Missouri l'acllic freight train at a ero sing near Kansas City the other morning. Scleral sleepers were pitched down ar. embankment, and while tho escape from death was mirac ulous no one was kllkd, but a number of passengers were Injured. C.ss Caiid died at llutler' the other day from a fracture of the skull. On Slay 4, Card and UU wife were quarrel ing, when he made a motion as if to strike her with a chair. Their son Kd. was standing at the door, and picking up a stone threw- at his father and fractured his sktl. After hearing the evidence the coroner's Jury brought in a verdict that the act was thoughtless and without malice, which pleats tho lad of blame. Popular opinion sust lined tho verdict. Tin: four-yeai-o! 1 son of Leo Drown, I vlnff near .IcilorBon City, was attacked by n, ferocious hog tho other day, and beforn ho could bo rescued, was fearful ly mangled. Juma Kr.u.v, a somewhat notorious woman of Kansas City, recently took rat poison with suicidal intent and died the following day. Sho was twenty-t.lx years old. Tiik police closed tho est ihrshmcnt of tho JJell Tal orlng Company at St. Joseph tho other morning, and a war rant was issued for tho arrest of tho pro prietor, charging htm with obtaining monoy under falso pretenses by tak ng deposits of $10 on clothing which ho failed to deliver. Tiik clnvcn-year-old son of Frits llor gelt, a farmer living east of Sallno City, was crushed to death under a hoavy roller tho other day, John Mi nix. who lives near Macon City, was lately crossing Salt crcok bridge on the Hannibal & St. Joseph railroad, when ho was struck by a train and Instantly killed. lov 1Uiwj.no, who killed his wlfo ot St. Joseph two years ago and obtained i change of vo't-Jo to Andrew County, vas recently foufti guilty of murdor in the first degroo by a jury of farmors. lie was sentence? to bo hanged July 11. Hon Oimsn. u colored waller ,tt tho Newmarket Theator In Kansas City, was shot and probably fatally wounded In a saloon row the othor night by Mike I'urcell, a barkeeper. CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS. Salient Features i.r tlie Mraiure llepnrtetl lij- tho llfiunA Committee. Congross Is expected to pass sotoo moas u ro for the protection ot tho ballot at Ved oral elections. A largo nurnhor of bills for this purpose havo boon Introduced. Somu of them aro quite radical, somo havo llttlo practical value. It seoms to bo tho gonoiul opinion among Repub licans that a hill limiting Fed oral Inter ference to tho act of supervision of tho elections Is about what Is needed. Son ator Hoar's bill covors tho caso protty well. Hut tho llouso conunlttoo bill, prepared by Instruction ot tho Repub lican caucus, reems to bo the measure that ghes most general approval. This bill differs hut llttlo from tho Hoar bill. Its main purposo Is to extend tho pres ent system of Federal suporvlslon so as to make It avallablo whenever it Is needed, Under tho presont law It Is limited to cities having a certain mini mum population. Tho Hoar bill pro idcs that there can bo judicial inter ference when a hundred voters petition for It. The llouso bill llxes tho number of petitioners required at fifty instead of ono hundred. It provides punish ment for any person who should change tho position of boxes Intended for Con gressional ballots with an intention to deceive. The chief supervisor In each election district Is required to keep tho poll list and a list of rejected votes, shotting tho reasons for their rejection, lie is abo required to separately re ceive these rejected ballots, placo tho name of tho voter upon tho back and In close ther.i in separate envelopes. Tho supervisors aro also required to Inspect all ballots as they aro being canvassed nml counted by tho local election of ficers and niako a separate return of tho result of tho vote, being governed by tho laws of tho State, except as otherwlso provided by tho act. They aro also to Inspect tho returns for representatives and delegates in Congiess of tho local Inspectors of elec tions, and note whether or not thoy dis agree with their own returns. In caso the polls aro not open within ono hour from the time fixed by Stalo law, it Is made tho duty ot tho supervisor lo open them to ballots for representative and delegates in Congress only, and conduct the election and make tho returns ac- I cording to the State law. In each judicial district a canvassing j board is to bo created, composed of tho chief supervisors. United States District Attorney and United States Marshal. This beard is to correct imperfect re turns; with tho assistance of tho super visors to tabulate tho returns for rep te.sentatlies and delegates and to fur nish copies to the Attomey-tleneral and Clerk or the lloase of Representatives. This laltvr olllcer Is to examine the re turns, and where the result conflicts with the returns of the local canvassing board to the extent of returning a dif ferent person to Congress, that neither of the persons so i erti lied shall be placed upon tho roll of members until tho House decides which has been duly elected. Those aro tho main features of tho bill. There is nothing In tho bill to which honest men should object. It Is free from tho objections which havo been raised against "forco hills," or any system of Federal control of elec tions which seem to tako the machinery of votingoutot tho hands of tho local authorities, it proposes nothing more tiian a competent supervision over tho elections in which tho Nation lias an interest. In tho election of overy Con gressman thero aro two parties at Inter est, ono tho people of tho district which iselectlng the Congressman, the other tho people of the whole country, for whom that Congressman holps to make laws, Naturally, therefore, each party should bo represented at the election, if thoro is any reason to suspect that It may not be conducted fairly and honestly. Lo cal sympathy and prejudices will sco that tho oto sldo is always represented. And this proposed law arranges for sit- penlsors to represent the Nation at l.iigentsuuh a time. Their duty isslm ply supervisory. They are, so to speak, to hri the eyo of tho Nation fastoncd upin the election, to sen that It is prop erly conducted! to seo that every man entitled to vole, is given a rhnnco; to see that tho votes aro properly counted and returned, Tho system of super vision lias worked well In tho largo cities where It has been tried. And so it is well to extend it to tho country districts or tho small cities, or to any locality wnero it is needed. Congre should pass the llouso committee bill, or ono substantially like it. It will be very useful next November. lies Moines (la.) Register. hlch at tho last compollod tho acq-1- cscenco of tho Democrats in a compro- lso ntothod ot ballot reform which may possibly sccuro a partial deliver- nnco from tho evils of a corrupted hat- lot. It knows that at this hour Doiiio- ratlo policy In this Stato Is dictated by an organization which lias perpe trated overy posslblo crlmo against civic purity and popular rights a par tisan banditti whoso ono dominating impulse is an unappoasablo greed; that this hordo of rapacious plunderers, hoso debaucheries and excessos have long dolled all restraint, havo seized ov ery avenue of prcformont, and bold to day In practical subjection, to tho vast otrlment of tho public lntorost, all de partments of tho Stato administration. Tho very atmosphoro wo breatho is tainted by tho poison ot tho muck-heaps fiioso impurities recent investigations avo exposed to public gazo. This Jour, nl Is awnro, too It can not holp being so that in Ohio, Now Jersey, Mary land and every other Stato in which ITorts to securo legislation correctlvo f corrupt election methods, and prac tical reform, in other directions, havo been Ineffectually made by Republicans, tho tnlluro was duo to tho hostility of thu dominant party. To say, in viow oi these fi-.cts, that tho man who loft the Republican party and united himself 1th tho Democracy has found a cleaner bed than ho left, is to put an affront upon tho popular intelligence, ana practically to deny tho truth of history. Political parties are to bo Judged and clghed by tholr major purposes, nml their dominant and controlling tenden cies. Just as a man's llto Is measured and weighed, not by what ho may do in ono hour or in ono emergency but by hat ho docs In all tho crucial tests ot bis life as a whole, so tho Ropubllcan arty In this Stato and country is to bo eighed and measured by Its prevailing trend and tendency. It Is Indeed possl blo that It has not In all crises risen to tho height of its duty. It is quite proba blo that It has at times paltered 1th Its opportunities and failed to tlllzo its power for tho larg- st and greatest possible results, ut it Is still truo that its stand ards havo fluttered In tho van of overy great strugglo for reform and for tho maintenance of vital and essential prin- iplc3. It was the backbono of tho loy al purpose ot the American people dur ing tho civil war. It steadied the pub lie faith all through tho dark and trou blous reconstruction period that suc ceeded. It gathered in and anchored In tho constitution and laws tho legiti mate fruits of tho triumph over rebel lion. It Is to-day tho stay and tho hopo t every movement looking to tho pro motion of tho public welfare. No real advance along any lino of social or civic reform is posslblo without its leader ship. And whon wo find any journal liko Harper's Weekly undertaking to pervert and obscuro tho obvious truth as to tho rolatlons which tho two political parties of tho country sustain to tho great questions of tho hour, wo can only concludo that it lost tho desire, if not tho capacity, to bo Impartial In Its criti cisms of public men and measures coln- Idently with its-decision to become an organ ot tho partisan Democracy. rrank Leslie a Illustrated Newspaper. NOTfcS AND COMMENTS. FACTS FROM HISTORY. The lii-pulillctn I'urty linn Alu-uya Iteen Hit, rarty of Hi-form. If any doubt has existed that Harper's Vtcckly, tlie illustrated organ of Mug wumpery, has taken the final plunge Into tho Democratic pool, that doubt must certainly bo removed by a perusal of recent articles in that journal con corning tho attitude of tho two politics parties touching questions of public concern. Thus, In a recent number, wo llnd It declaring that In local issues and upon general measures of reform me itepui ncans ot .New iork aro no moro worthy of eontldonco than tho Democracy, and it is expllclty alleged that thoro was no honest purposu on tho part or Republicans In tho recon Legislature to enact measuros looking to tlie rerorm ot tho ballot, to tho ro- moval of tho ovlls of Intomperanco, or to tho exclusion of partisan influences from tho civil service If any thing in political history Is true, it is that whatover has been ac c-omplished In tho direction ot reform in legislation and tho elevation of th chaiactor of tho general administration lias boon tho result ot Ropubllcan ac tion. Tho Republican party was tho outcome ot an organized protest of th National consclcnco against overmaster ing evils In both our political and oil social life, Uvory ono of thoso great measures of policy and legislation which havo lifted tho Nation to hlghor planes and made It bettor and purer and stronger, has been a simple incarnation of this protest. Tho journal in question is qulto well awaro that in tho country nt largo every successful measure look ing to ballot roform, to tho restraint of tho liquor tralllc, to tho purification o inopuimo service originated with tin' has been mado posslblo by tho support of Republicans. It knows that ballot roform and high licenso havo hitherto in'en mado iriposslblo in tho Stato of xew lork by tho porslstent, if not th malignant, hostility of tho Democrat! party. It knows that at tho session of tho Legislature just concluded a whoh somo law looking to tho roform of elec tion methods, passed In splto ot Dem ocratio opposition, was defoatcd by tho veto or a uemociatlo Executive, and knows that It was nothing but tho pros- sure of an overwhelming publis opinion W, ThU Wl Buroium. At a lto meeting ot Latham Alli ance 181, ,ot "Butler County, Kas., tho following negatlvo but oxprosslvo reso lution was humorously offorod by tho soorelary, E.; W. Smith, and unan imously rojooted! WltEltEia, Tho Atllanco members aro con stantly being- advised by the old party press that It would Be detrimental to the farmers' movement to refrain from voting with tholr old parties, because tho farmers' deliver ance can not be obtained only through one ot the two old parties, and, lurtliormore, It Is against the fundamental principles of tho order to dlsouss political measures. There, foro, be It lltiotrtd. That the members of tho Latham Alliance, No. 181, act und work apart as wo havo dono In tho past by votlnans wo aro In structed by tho political leaders, because, we as farmers and labniers have not tho time nor Intelligence to post ourselves upon tho political questions. Farmers can plow togcthor to accomplish tho samo results, but they can not work together for ouch other's Interest at the ballot-box. Kansas Farmer. When tho dovil planted tho beset ting sin of vanity In man's hoart, says tho Petersburg (Va.) Indox-Ap-poal, ho took caro that stcoplos should bo put on churches, but It has dlvortod many a dollar that might havo boon ap plied to tho allovlatlon of human misery. And not only that, it has cost many human lives, aa tho tornado record abundantly shows. Vi'o havo not a doubt tho dovil rejoices gleefully as wo build our steoples higher and higher and higher abovo tho heads of famish ing humanity. Contagious Illood Dlsonies. Tho horror1 of blood diseases is tho fact that thoy aro contagious. Eczema, Salt rheum. Itch, and other skin dlsenscsmay bo contracted by using tho samo towel, ana thus It frequently happens n whole family becomes nfroctcd with tho dlseaso some member has contracted elsewhere. It Is obviously tho sacred duty of any ono who suffers from a blood dlseaso to rid their sys tem of tho Impurity. This can easily and quickly bo dono by using Dr. Bull's Bursa- Iiarllla, tho naly perfectly safo nnd complcto ilood purifier in tho world. Its virtuo is exclusively Its own, and no other medicine can comparo with It In strength or ofllcncy. Any druggist will got it for you. Tako no other. Observe Its size- aud tost Its virtuo. Washington Observer. How Ansrnn for nowspapers to publish "Rules for Husbands." Anvsort of wlfo can prescriho bettor rules lor n husband than ho can find In a newspaper. Texas Biltlngs. flow's Tlilsl Wo offer Ono Hundrod Dollars Reward for any caso ot Catarrh that can not bo cured In- felkhu? Hall's Cntarrh Cure. F. J. CiIExr.Y & Co., Props, Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, havo know n F. J. Cheney for the last flftoon years, und bellcvo him perfectly honorablo In all business transactions, nnd financially nblo to carry out any obligations mado by their firm. Wost &Truax,Wholesalo Drugglsts,ToV3do. Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholcsalo Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken internally, acting directly on tho blood and mucous sur faces of tho system. Testimonials frco. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Ther Will Iterate to Answer, The following resolutions woro passod by Rocholle (111,) AUlanco No. 49, April 20, 1800: Wunnicii, The National Government ro (julies a statement or agricultural statistics but oneo In ton years, but our BtatoDoardof Aicrlculturo havo caused a law to be paisod to make public tlio number ot acres of all kinds of grain growing oach year and tho number of bushels ot oaoh kind raised the procudlng yoar, and Whereas, Wo regard tho said law not only cumbersome and oxpenslvo, but dlrootly In the Interest of speculators, therefore Tttioh-td, Thnt wo roquest all formers to re fuse to answer all questions rotating to such statistics, Cunts PnoKPttT jura PiimANrirrtT Xu XI 1Y BAGO j Rheumatism, Jloadathe, Toothache, S I? Ifc -A. I JN" s , Neuralgia, Swellings, Frost-bltes, 13 JEt XI I B 13 S . Tim CHARLES A. V0GELER CO., Baltimore, 111 taTTho present attitude of tho Democratic party and tlcneral Palmer reminds ono of nothing so much as tho old story ot tho man and the bear. They daren't let go and they can t bold on. Qulncy (111.) Whig. 3? In viow of tho distressing fre quency with which "the wrong nigger"' has been lynched of lato in tho Houtht wo would suggest to tho night-riders as a motto: "Look before you lynch." Kansas City Journal. CsTTho St. Louis Globe-Democrat says that thoso Democratic leaders who were hotter than their party Cox, Ran dall and Reck aro dead. This is rathei bard on tho "Stulfed Prophet of Will. am street," as tho Now York Sun calls Lawyer Cleveland. j?Ono of Mr. Dana's common ex hortations usod to bo: "Democrats, gel together." Slnco roadlng tho recent mud-sllnglng botween that gentleman and Mr. Cloveland, ono might judgu thoy at last bad got together with a w hoop. Northwestern Mail. lS?"Tarilf revision, an nntl-gerry- manderlng law and Federnl control over elections aro tho threo leaCIng issues ol National concern at this m i.uont. Kach of theso questions will bo dealt with satisfactorily in tho present session ol Cot, gross. St -Louis tilohe-Domocrat. 3?" Ohio Domocrats aro opposed to tho National election bill and tho anti- gerrymander bill. The Ohio Democrats aro only koeplng up tholr rocora, which entitles them to a placo besido Arkan sas as tho most Intensely partisan and corrupt political party in t..o country. Chicago Intor Ocean, 3J"A curious characteristic of somo of our Western Democratic contempo raries is that, whilo thoy Insist that Now York must and shall go Demo cratic in 1S92, thoy don't propose to let New York Domocrats havo any thing to say about who tho candidate shall bo. That, It strikes us, is a trlflo peculiar. Albany Kvenlng Times. tTho Democratic and mugwump denunciation of tho Morrill servlco ponslon bill as a "raid" and a "steal" is hardly calculated to pleaso tho boys A rmE-ritoor pockot-b&ok is ono of tho latest Inventions. It is probably intended to prevent money from burning holes in the pockets of the owners. ltucked on tho Crest or tho tVnve. Tho landsman, tourist or commercial traveler, speedily begins, and not only be gins, but continues, to Iccl tho cxtrcinoof numun misery during his transit across tho tempestuous Atlantic. But If, with wlso prescience, ho has provided himself with a supply of Iloslctter's Stomach Hitters, his pangs aro promptly mitigated, nud then ccaso ero tho good ship airaln drops her nnchor. This Is worth knowing, nnd thou sands of our yachtsmon, summer voyagers, tourists and business men do know It. A man can mnko himself decidedly un pleasant by Insisting on reminding us of what wo thought last year. Milwaukee Journal. 1 The iAdtes Dollfihted. Tlie pleasaritcffoct and tho perfect safety with which tho ladies may uso tho liquid fruit laxatlvo, Byrup of Figs, under all con ditions mako it their favorite remedy. It Is pleasing to tho oyo nnd to tho taste, gcntlo, j et effectual in acting on tbo kidneys, liver and bowels. Tnc stralnod rolatlons between milkmen nnd milk Inspectors hnvo never been en tirely bridged over. N. 0. 1'lcayuno. Have vou suffered lontr bv reason of Ma laria; tried everything, and finally cotno to tne conclusion mat 'uu men aro iiarst" Send ono dollar to Dr A. T. Shallcnbcrger, Rochester, Pa , and get a bottlo of his Anti dote for Malaria. It not cured in a week. say so, nnd tho money will bo immediately returned to you. A musician is not necessarily n good baso ball player because ho knows bow to exe cute a score. Homo Sentinel. Dit. Jons Bum. of I.oul3Vllio, Ky., showed his loyo for little children when ho Invented thoso dainty littlo candies lio named Dr. Hull's Worm Destroyers. It's fun for tho sbildrcn, but it's death to tho worms. Jrs-r nbout tho tlmo tho legislators stop Cutting In tholr bills the pesky mosquito cgins. Yonkers Statesman. Six Jfovefs Free, will bo Bent by Cragln ft Co., Phllada., Fa., to any ono In tho U. H. or Canada, postage paid, upon reoclpt of 25 Dobbins' Electric Honp wrappers. Sco list of revels on circulars around each bar. It Is posslblo for tho saleswomen to have ehopinald teeth that aro perfectly natural. Terro Ilauto Express. My friend, lookhorol you know how weak and nervous your wlfo Is, and you know thnt Carter's Iron Pills will rellovo her. Now why not bo fair about It and buy her a boxl Hoxestt is th best policy, but thero aro very few policv-shcps wiicie it can bo found. Flmlra Gazette. I UNnESiTATlNGLT recommend Hull's Sar ftnn.irtiifi nn n euro for svnhllltlc blood poison, scrofula and all diseases of the skin ' J ' J TJ- T A.nlannH, 1.-.. una gianus. xjc. jvuuj,m, uvntoyui ' Man Is often fonder of hts dogs than hols ot his kin: but. then, a doer can never con- In bluo who rlskod tholr lives In dofonso ' tost a wia Puck. of tho Union or tho patriotic citizens I who bollevo that tho Oovornment is in duty bound to treat tbo aged votorans with tho utmost liberality. Albany a. i.) Journal. fFrederick C. Crawford, tbo re porter who Interviewed Mr. Clovoland und who roportod that Mr. Clovoland called Charles A. Dana a "sonllo old liar and thlof," proliosts in an opon let ter that Mr. Clovoland did say overy thing that ho was reported to havo said and a great deal more, much of which was unprintable. Mr. Crawford Is a very woll-known roportor, brother of T, C Crawford, tho distinguished Wash ington correspondent, nnd ot a gpod family. Thoro is as much reason to bo llevo his affirmation as Mr. Clovohind'a denial. Omaha World. Ladies can permanently beautify their complexion wltn ijionn-B ouipnur ooap. Hill's Hair nnd 17 hlsker Dyo, 60 centi. The washerwoman has bettor luck than tho farmer nowadays in getting a living out of tho soli. NavEnfall to ouro sick -headache, often tho very first doso. This is what Is said by ail wuo try uartcr's iiiiuo Aiiver i-ius. A sensitive man is unlike a clock he Is almost certain to go when be is "run down." A pocket pin cushion f reo to smokers of Tansiirs r uncli" 60. Ulgars. Man wants but little here below; tho farth is ono ot tho smallest planets. Light. BnoNcniTis Is cured by frequent small (loses oi riso s uuro lor uonsumpuon. Mr. CarlHIe'a Hail I'reati. Ex-Speakor Carlisle's assortlon that a "largo majority of tho peoplo of tbo country voted against tbo Republican party and its political oroed at tbo last election" is an especially unfortunato remark to make, His unfortunate be cause it will compel Intelligent por sons to inqttiro into tho matter, in which caso thoy will discover that In tho section in which tho elections wcro frco and honest tho Republicans led tholr oppononts by Uiu hundreds of thousands. In tho South, whero tho elections wero, as thoy usually aro, no toriously and confessedly dishonest, tho Democrats! wcro ahtad, but under presont circumstances the South doosn't I "count." Troy (N. Y.) Timos. Tint's Pills J. It. ATIir.Y, n prominent drnrirlst or Holly Si,rliiK; HUs., euysi "Vonr pllla aro doing wonder in (Ills elate. The sale of Tutt's Pills exceed those of all others combined. They nro peculiarly adapted to mala rial discuses, onr pnjrelolaua all pre SOLD EVERYWHERE. Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. "WHAT A LOVELY WOMAN"! exclaimed the Chief Justice, upon passing n beatify while- walking down Tcnn. Avenue with a friend. "What an excellent Judgo"l said the lady, when her sensitive car caught tho decree of the Chief Justice. How many womeu might receive Ettch a compliment ns the nbove, wcro they not prematurely robbed of the charms the other sex value so highly, and made old beforo their time, by functional irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to their sex. To such tho bloom ot youth may bo restored by the u?o of n remedy acknowledged to bo without nu equal Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It Is tho only mcdlclno for women cunrniitcctl to glvo satisfaction, in every case, or money refunded. Head printed guarantee on bottle-wrapper. As nn Invigorating tonic, It imparts strength to tho whole system. For overworked, "worn-out," "run-down," debilitated teachers, milliners, dress makers, seamstresses, " shop-girls," housekeepers nursing mothers, and fccblo women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Inscription Is the greatest earthly boon, being unenunlcd as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic, or strength-giver. It promptly cures nausea, Indigestion, bloating, weak back, nervous prostration, debility and slceplcssncf 8. It is carefully compounded by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate organi zation. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless lit nuy condition of tho system. As a soothing and strengthening ncrTlr.c, "Favorite Prescription " is unc qualcd and is invaluable In allaying and subduing nervous excitability, irritnbll ity, exhaustion, prostration, hysteria, spains and other distressing, nervous symptoms, commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease. It Induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Copyl Ight, 18SS, by WonLD's DisrEHSAnv Medical Association, Proprietors. 0 aSaVit --r- UvftBtWo Puroly Vegetable and Perfectly Harmless. T.. . i . 1 . , na a mil f. It . t . I . uiiuhiiu cu a ui.vi a .... DUIUIIUII, Vl!l-U-Bt lUMCRb Olio tiny, Sogar-contcd Pellet a Dose. Cures sick Ueadacho, Headache, Constipation, Indtirestldu. Illlloua Attack, and all derangements of tho stomach and bowels. 25 cents, br druirirlsts. to take. Billoue P ISO'S REMEDY FOR CATA1MU. Best. Kaslcst to uso. (MlRfinpsfL ltfH(f l ImniAfH.ltn. A ntrn l rnrtftln l'rti Cold In tho Head It lias no equal. JB. Hi cd to tho Igjte en, Ta. EiiJ HENRY B00KEAT3 DEALER IN niiYnnnns. CLOTHING. HATSl DAI'S. IIOOTW. SHOES. Q ROGER IKS, PROVISIONS. TOBACCOS, II A RD W A BE. QUEENSWABE; TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ISTtJ. Pminlmf li-r1lrt llfttl rrli f. And ffolrli Goods dcllvired frco of charge tol any part of tho" city. ( , 701 & DIM West Juain una corner, of Uollvnr Street. IP. -A.. DWIGHTI DIUMMt IH i Oroccrici, Agricultural Implements Wusons, Spring Wagons, Buggies, Road Carts. Tlown, Harrows, Hay. Unites. Corn Shelters, Vcntl Cutters,' Steel Itoad -Scrapers. . 70 1 West Main Street. F, II. REPHLO. DUAI.KIt It "Ocncrar MOfcliaiutUo, - No. (Vest Mam Street. coi' G. & L. WAGNER ij BREWERS, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. SEG AHD B0TTL3D BEEB.J Hnvo the largest Brewing and' Bottling House Wost of St, Louis. J MONiiOli i-ioushj; W. W. WAONKR, Proprietor. 02.00 2? 33 23 nD-A.-ST- Cor. High and Monroe Sts. Enlarged, re(Utel anil furnished. I'irst ci!i9 in all departments. Ao-i-ommoilating anil trusty porters nti nil t tains. , Elcotrlu B"lls ami IIon Guest call nml Kit e alarm in every room. Odlcc,! Dining Room ami largest antl llnest! Sample rooms in llic city on the. first) Uoor. J VICTOR ZUBER DKAI.Kll IN MASU7ACTUUKII OP I C-MARBLE o AHD o GRANITES Monuments and Headstones; Adjoining Merchant's Bank, .Iclfcutm Et. HOTEE it lit an Olntmrnt. nf wltfM, n mll nnr,tin I. nKnti nostrils, l'rlce.coc. BoldbydniireWiorscntbyninll. Address, Jl. X, Hazhi.tixa, Wan nn You I.Itb in n lleme'.If to. yon vante UU HAIiTMAN Situ wire , AlioluleljrCeill.il-, Knttort ed by I'tiyilrlnne nnd (J. fl. GoviirQment. . Buod lurprlcee. HAltTMA'f a.CO.,Br jrlli,l'. W. L. DOUGLAS $J S H O E FORGfNlLEMEN Kon genuine tinlennnanmnml tirlco nr Hamid on bouum. SOLIJ KVLHYWIIKKE. II ' yoQr "lTtr will ji "-nu ni,ai ivriiiHiruiiions uuw lo buy dlie-'t Uvm IWtnrT w ithout etr i hnroe. , 1 4. jiULiuiAN. Ilrocktuu. Alan. l-MAlIJt till 3 rAUAmry UtMjMtvflU. "Oh, So Tired!" is the cry of thousands every Spring. For that Tired Feeling take Ayer's Saisaparilla and recover Health and Vigor. It Makes the "Weak Strong. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. OOLD MEDAL, f AM3, 1878. W. BA1CCK & CO.'S tattst Cocoa abnotutelt wure and it 4a Botubte JVb Chemicals are mod In Itl prtputtion. It hi mor than tkrt ft ft tit ttrengA ct Cocoa liilzcJ with SUrtli, Atruroot or SuRr, end li therefor tu more economical, coMtug U$ tf.an ont tent u cvo. It If deli clou I. nourlihlur. trcncthetilng, A SILT DlOESTru, and dmlrtbtj tdiptcd for iiitilIJ a well u rorpereoni la health. Sohl hy Grocer vryw!icrc. W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester XIt. CITY COIINCR ItldH AND MAHHON STS. I JEFFERSOHCITY, MISSOURI FRED. KN'AUl', 1'roprii'tor. RATES-$2.00 PER DAY.1 ' rc!eplioiiL comiminicaiiDti ami oilier; modern conveniences. Commercial men will ilnd it lo tlteir Interest to btop at the City. It is centrally lo cated nntl i.s sample rooms are tlio. lust. Trusty porters at oil. paused' ger trains. ( THEODORE TAPER.1 Farm and Uacliinc Repair Stops -nilASS CASflNOS MADK '10 OttllEK Give ui a all for nnytliinp in oue line. Satisfaction puarniitct'd. Shops un Ji'Hei'&uu street, butwecn DtiiiUlin nml Asliloy. Ask Him! Whs? JONES OF BINGHAMTOtl, BINCHAMTON, N. Y. What? WhyonScalos " He Pays the Freight." YEftftBM RUSSELL & CO.'S MOW READY. Describe tbelr latt improved Thrrvlirns '1 hrenVlm Engines, Haw Utile and Hun Hill t.nigluft. llore J'owrr. NtRtijOMarr Engine, ruin p Automatic, and llOII-KlfH. AtdrM RUSSELL & CO., - MABSILLON, OHIO. k-(AJk.b tiilt rl wry tiM 14 VIM. I.ocatua lu tlio nilUat of tbo tnoit fertile farming raller I" thu wurld. Croi-i abundant, nover fall. Home markets consume ererr thing at hgn prices. Wonderful etock and jr rating countrjr. Splendid schools and churches of all di-no ml nations, good soctetr, perfect cllmiUo. A great health resort. UrnndopportunltlesfurlnTflatmentlnHaltlfakeCltr or the rich andunde?olojed mines and land of Utah. For full particulars and Illustrated pamphlets ad dreBH, C'tiHtniiir uf Commerce, Halt La lie City. Utab. VHAHS TUU riPXK try ttaa jm vnk SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS. WE FURNISH WITHOUT CHARGE Full Information to MISSOURI Hehool District wltblnff to litus bonds. V furnltb Blank Dondi, and bay Jloadi when complsttd at liST RATK3. Olio. M. HUSTON & CO., Do nd ft Htock Dsalsrt, 305 Pine Street, 8T. LOUIS. IT IH USKI'brCIIIl 1UIKVS CHILlHiEN; wonivs la tbt V B A, Ihrti 11? m an4 tbttr knltb ul thlr fcapplstM to MdjO rood iMr dtrt U Infant and Childhood fcsvtDibeaa UTU tub tki)iNU mm 11 as j. wowijnou niTrilTA I Intent sorothtn' and make PATENTS SSKFOtlTUME! rSffi Addr.ll W.T.l'ITZUEltALU, WAWlltQTUU,l).X rUUUIIWUvqkit.1 DETECTIVES YTsoUd Id ify Oaiair, Ebr4 nn t set 4r Ism mlMi GranuinnetecttronnrranCo. iiArule,Clad&uUtO, PENSIONS PATENTS llowtoirta PEKBION QUICK. Brnd for Tl'an Of l.ntr.n unA hnnnt HOW Til GKT A TA.lt MV BEND FOIl INVEKTOn'fl QUICK. PATItICK O'FAItKKI.U Attvmer-at Law, WAbULNUIO.N.U.U ft (ff f1 C3 I MJOHN W.MOIIUIS, il&raOlUlVulilnctoii, 1. cl 8ucceafUlty PROSECUTES CLAIMS. X.ate Principal jExamlner U.B.Penalon llureau. a jrs In last war, 15 adjudlcatlnsr clalms,att alnro WHAMKTHIS riHE tr7 tM M TU. If 70a want toiii TMinlnn WITH your uiuiiu in KTBAIU lOli PATU nwj Omt J ntts, NSIONSp and llolrawrltensfoi new I'onsion laws. Men) free, ZJeserlern rUrtd, Hnfii nr nn fon A XV If cCormlck Sons.WasblagtoA, D, 0., CUcluatl, 0, SOLDIERS! 0101 HKA1AC1Ii:, CostWentu, Djspps!a, stamps, "t,iclout,,UttlUf trills. Purely herbal, No aisioit. ueorg itimu,7 rrausiio ati.,di, ijuuii, ua YflUNfl MEN Ver".T,ITp,ir ndiuiia uunu nibn Agent UualiieitsiiAro.andsQoiirc good situations, write J. U JlltOWW, bedalia, Mh GANGER? I Trestad and en red without th knt .. i hook onireainiontsentireo. JKiarrM I K.Kl'ONl).M,UAurora,KtiiiQCu.,ll. VKAJis this rarsK wy m rw inru. $5 to SO a day. Buraplei worth $2.15 FJCUK. Lines iiotiiiidcrtinrnei'Xeet. Wrtlu HUBlBHaIKTI KE19 IIULnkKVU.. utur.Bkk, JIAIIS TUU rArftHVIWJ IM JTMWIM. A. N. K. B. 1293. WHEN WIUTINO TO AWCIITIUIt PUUflS UU Uuft 7M hw Uu AJrwtlMHMl Im IXii 11 FARMERS' HOME, M FKKD. TRUKTZKr., 1'roprictor. Having ptirchasi'il tlio "Farmers Homo," coruur of Juflcrnon ami DuiiKlIn strectt, and put everylhinjs nliotit llto premises in (;ood ortlcr, I aik llto patronage-of farmers and others. First Class Heals and Lodging. Finest llqtion, wines, beer ami c'fiarH always on liand. Good horso nnd wacon'lots. Hates very reason able. Vcrv Tcspcei fully, FKICU. THUKTZKLi, IVop. F, W. ROER Insurance Agency, JKFFKliSON CITY, Mo. HENRY WAGNER Ill-.W.FK IN Wines, Liquour, Cigars, Etc.o. NO. 221 K.VST IIIOII STIIKET. A line Lunch counter run In connec tion wiih tlio saloon, where lunch can bo had at oil hours. BEN.G. VIETH. CHRIS.J. MILLER Vieth& Miller, I1EAI.KHS IN C1I0ICK ALES-WINES, LIQUORS, AVIiUkj by llu gallon at Inw rates. Fit inlllt'K rnpiiliril wllh C'liolcrft Roods .EST 'J 2 tl Jlntllson Street -a To euro Dlllotttncii, Sick HcaJaclie, ComU. patlon, UMarl.l, Uvcr CompUlnta, tako the tain ami ccrtnln rcincJy, SSWITH'S aa Bin mm J7M.UeB9IALI,SlmoM01lttlnfai)itolti8 bottlo). TUtr AUE TUB UOt CONVCKIUNT. , lt.V,lo top alt Age, l'rlco of tlllitr lmc,g5i!. per Mottle. KISSING7.i7.7o?AHn ltrtMITHsCO.uatnflf"siuesuot'tT.Uuif K9, 41