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WORDS THAT BURN.
The JTmrhiff of Monument In ntul the
Tubllr Ilutnf-y of Mm who I'might to
Prtrny lln Union. Toffotlmr with the
riftuntlnu of Urn Itcliel I'Ihr, 1'iinii tho
Kry-Nott oT SruthtiiK Mnmorliil IMy
I'llpr.uu-fH by Hentitor IiiRitUi, of Hun
ftn, nml JtiprnpntiHho ItmttoUr, of
Mnhir-SliHll the l'liitf th.it ItoprcKents
Trcfison ho Held Up nn n I'ctlsh for
ItUinor Opin'rntlont to WnrAtilp?
Hon, John .1. Inffatla, of Kansas, was
tho orator at tho Ucittyshurjf Memorial
lUy nxordses, and In tho courso of his
The highest tlilc of tho rcbcllon liroko on
thi4 ttuul mi l nlung vu ruclty hills In a
flood of blond and
fliimo that ebbed awnv
m$j) JS ,lt Appniimttox. Three
' I M1,l,,,ll'r days changed
1 11 iniiinut hi hii
epoch, and gave to
9 rj this U.nllty an tin-
iiV Marathon, MarsUmi
v Moor and Waterloo.
T ' It l thui that wo have
. r .SlL. V .(..
f iViV''iv.o 'buinae, nwpett and
Senator Inrjalts. tnwrnwa to tho dead
that Mvv hen-. It Is Jutt twcnty-lHo jc.ir
nlnco tho lat tOmt ui llml; tienty-.He
yt ir-i slneu luu wrru mutilated for tho
Inst review. They a"e!iilited wllhlti tho
flluulow of the doiiio of tho V. ipltol Ihoy had
taved, Tho splendor of the .Tualatin ll
luinln.ited tho fieeno and thlnnu M'imI on tho
as It uluiitneied In Its kI'HV above them.
It was u ho-t without number w ekonicd
v. Ith tnmuHnnui act lalm, Tho hosts of
dr.mt. Sherman, I.omn :ind ll.inrn.'k, And
above them llanbed and Jileiitned the ro
deemed tflory of the ll.itf, U wu their flatf.
Had It not been for thuir s u-rlilcu- and that
ot their fcloi-j.li.fr eomrni!V, this fl.ur would
U.tvu been :i dishonored las. 1 havo foine
t ines thmiuht wh-it would biu tn-cn onr
rinotlons h.ul the rebelioii In en xtiecessful
Suppose the dome of the Cipltol had
stooped to Us b ie; uppn-i. Hubert Toombs
had fullUh'il lil Indolent m ttacn to i onnt
his slaes within tin' h tdow of Hunker
11 Ml Mmmmutit, siippns fie Star-t and
fii I pi- bad aone dow n In 1 1. -feat hi' for o the
f-t-trs and !.ir, wtii't wiilil bav been our
cMftlon.? l tonfeis for m ell that 1 should
ner t tj.iii- to hiiplore that all men
iniulit be fu e; t Ihi" that mm'
t ttie h outii" 'It -pi tate b .t t ' o tlin
1' lion tnlilit h.i' h'-n rehn-d. I should
b iV- ki'pt in sniii'' -iciut H'poit.dy 5otnj
enihlfiii ftf the -tais nud Stripes which I
w ould tun e t itisflit my ehiUUvn to love and
Now In lew oT the f eeniicnees of thelat
two .-is hi tho eMitu I capita! of the extinct
Cm ifrit.r.i-5 , 1 wih los.iy u few ord.s. 1
b ivr no d' ie on this M.ttTi d oeealon to
nverit. :riy t-u'ij et tint is Inconsistent
w.th th" olenin t of tho hour, but unless
tb'- nli is f r w hleh out ib-nd died w ere nwht
th hiedJtd in rain. It it the only regret
tint seems to bo fe't by ur itilMTsurh'S Is
that m the rebclton tiny fa'bd to sneeeeil.
Unbert i;. I,ve was nml otbtedlv imo of th'i
tfroatot subliers of the ae, lolly vt
har.ieter, pute In lifi- and w ith llneayu dfit
l back to the mnrnlnx of pati iotUtn In
tb's hi-miphi-re. II as w ithout fear and
iiht.iitruproaeb. Had l..c ,idlnred to the
s. 'itiiUL-nts fxpresi-d h Iilui hoitly befoto
i letiellon, ht W'.uld to-day h iv i been
t-- rm 'mutt clti'ti of tin i:''"tl'lle. He
ffiTi'd the eoiiihiind of our arinie".
I r tw i-nty.lUe ears his nd ha 1 been
..i ' r tin- llajr of the llepnblie. lb- h:d been
i 'u uli'd at her epwnst tuid b td tal.en thn
0 ub to Mippoit tUe Constitution and her
t iws, hut he violated 111 uath. put aside his
Hu.-id, look th leador-'hip of the tnot
u ise!e-s l ehidio n ilnee tlie dell lehiled
a im,t He. ien and fought in perjury and
n viol. it. no of f ilth an I honor.
On the day for twenty. Hv ears made sa-
1 id, those who profess to have accepted
tie lesults of the war In tfmd fntili, sulcct
in this nccasioii of all ntlii'i anuivcrjurles
. the v.. das ,( Ui'iji-ar, with every aiitf
u i l iii :i id Inside i.", point to the South
tii .t 1 1 -. an exaiiip'tt utter which thev
- .' Uld copy i f .nTede at-( Hi- placed In
th hand of Washington LCrfesof "Shame."
'sh.niie.'-j Vhat wonder It thudead hould
'iv aitln-t the na( rlleu.
W are told (Jjd alone knows wtileb sldo
wasrlKht," To make the Constitution of
the I 'nf ted Mates tho mipremo law of
lrcedoin, millions enlisted and thousand!
jj;ave, up their li e, ives were
m blow id, thlldren oiplinned, and
,fsU- tme-half of the tisln'i Koueru.
ti m iieni t lu'it that "lio'l atone knows
w i el) was iiuht.M Carnage tolKiied on hun
d Is if Wattle Il-lds. Now the sun i Isca on
n in i-if-r n 1 nets on no ulave, Thu shame
of -liti, iswiishcl tuit ; libo ty Is tlie law,
u , I et tlod alone knows which Is iliiht."
It w u.'ii' not ilt;lit. If nulli.iui.lltv is not
Wt ter tliau accession, then theveceienionlea
me without siniiif'Hice, the war for the
I oion w as the ki eulest ct hue of the t en tiny
a-id our Kollloij ruikwlth tlu nueiessfiti
pit-filisls w ho il.; lit In the i lu for the eh.iin
p onsb.p btttol the woild. If (hey were not
i uht national molality Is u fiction, loytilty a
in mli iv. This tendency of the South must
e I eseulud
This Is a day of Instruction. A duty we
t we (he futiiro Mint our telatlonst'i tho
at eonllict be umhTtooil and that our
' id died not in vui t. It Is not necessary to
. puiann Hi"- In iivery of out adversntic.
I -t the. n tear uiontiiuents to their dead and
i in r.-h tin Ir leadeis. I,et ilium cuIokIzq
the I.ost Came. Let theui worship their
le.i'ii ri. i.ei iiioiii cm ry tneir si irs and
bats. The.Ho are ni.itler of taste, which
t lev must decide for tliomsclv s. Tlieio Is
n j other country under the huh that would
I criiut such ti an u lions, i aey nro tmr
t inntrymen, unite) to us by a common
hei fta'te, so they x ty, hut when they assert
tint I. it coin and It ivKs, Craut and Lee,
an and Jackson, wcie njualand that "(Jod
lone knows which was il;ht," It is t(.icrl
' m of the ili'st tvpo and needs rebuku.
Conrcssnian Ioutoll( of Maine, ora-
r of tho clay at tho National CVmctory
Arlington, Va , spoko lo similar im
port. In tho courso of liis oration ho said:
I ft e! it in v duty as a member of the Grand
my of the liepuhlic and as a lov U citizen
. r (he l nit" . i states
to expiess Minn tiling
mote than m icret
at the demoiistiatlou
i i a neltihl oi in city
tt Viririula. thatseetii"
i have hi en veiy de
i i 'lately managed,
1 ut w hich cut not fail
hhock tho Ncnse of
, . oprii ty w hereV'
ic people ate prope
1. Jealous jf tbohont
f our ccaintiy and v
tho dlfjulty of our t.xg. Clttrtc$ A, Jlouttlle,
Hemoustratlous ot affection for thu dead
ji both natural and pralfowoithy. That
I'm incn who experienced tho hard
-hips' and trlenilsbips of war on either lIo
liould enjov rt'caslonil reunion U to bo
i Apected, and wi ntd woik no harm within
1 'ope r booi.d". The rulIntf of monumonts
i' the do id I un appropriate custom among
I qucttion, howiviT, very decidedly the
oodt.ie.to .iv tho least, of urmtlnn In
ivlou parts of thu South, wince tho war
t ltiicrt t C vobel Getierals In uniform, which
o ftlculutcd, If not Intended, to keep alive
tiniM of pride In tho attempt to over
i row the Government, and therefore
i unfib'ndlln(;s to thu Tiovcrnmout
i si X AVhlle biiuthcrn publlo ecull
-ut a f'lthuf lastically applauded Oaarles
Siiuiiici'b objection to having any jilctures
ut the National c iplt il that would preserve
tho rtcolloct om of tin civil war, thoy do
not appear to Jiavo applied tho sentiment
io tneir section, but h tvo been erecting lm
pohiK military nionumeuts In their prlncl
ji.il r I if c to chieftains of the lost causa. A
lorelsncr traveling In this country must be
tri .tiiircly tinnrossed by llnJIng inonu
incuts of Union Generals only In
t'io Xorth and monumontH of Kebcl
ii'eiH-iaUi only In the South. Jtut a
fo.tt'itu of thu most recent doin
t ns.ratlon against which I am bound to
tit .. r my earnest prott Is the prnfuao and
i s'nnHtlou$ display of tho robot Hug hi thd
die itlon and piocesslon at tho late 'capl
til of the Confederacy.' Thepupeis icport
1'iat the Confuderatn ftug wa dUplayed In
u.oplacis (tide by side with the National
fljtf, In many places only Confedetuto flugi
erc used, and one writer saysi "Almost
v fy Btnall boy oiules tho Confederate
ci ; i, but I haven't uhum oiio vet carrying
L jt of UU country,"
It would bo Interesting to know what sort
of sentiment It Is Intended to Inspire in the
hearts of old and young by displays of this
charactor twonty'flve years after tho war.
Hut whatever thu Interest, tho display of tho
rebel flag by tho sldo of the National ensign
Is an Indignity and Insult that no amount nt
gondnnturod tolcranoo cun excuse. Any
publlo display of that flag Is an offense
ugtilnst overy dictate of loyalty and an In
excusable violation of good faith. No
man living In any country bus
a rhjtht to hoist that Aug on land or
soil So hoist It In any country would bo
contrary to tho law of nations,- and It would
bo at once suppressed. Tho only people
who ever had even a pretended right to dls
play that banner were tho socftlIcd Con
federate, and when they surrendered It at
Appomattox and accepted their paroles tin
der the mtiguaiilmou) terms of General
Urant, tvety dictate of honorab o war
faro, every ncntliuont of chivalry re
ipilred that tho Mirrondored flag
should bo fut led forever. Thu flig of
the lebeliou Is dead, and Its resur
retutm, which can servo no pend
purpose, Is neither bravo nor tolerable.
Any Hum mluht as reasonably claim tho
right to call tho roster of his slaves In the
streets of Itlchmoud as to claim the right to
ding front Its grave tho flag tint symbolised
hivt ry; tho Ha that represented Andor
jonvllie; the flan that soaked thu Ufa hlood
oflh"(. hundred th'untttd loyul men who
wcie nlitlng lo preservo thn MtMlngs now
eiijojed by the people of Virginia In com
mon w 1 1 it their follow. cltlzons ot tho United
THE SPELL OF AFRICA.
Tntlt In Hum in Xutiirts
Thnro t a toucli ol prim humor In tho
report that Kmln l'iisha, ntter liiivln
hcun ioscuimI Horn .1 situation of' sup
ponil ("reat peril and distress, proposes
to go haelt to It, and to resume the wild
life which he so recently abandoned. It
seems Incrodlblo that a sano man should
voluntarily le-oxllo lilmsolf in that way
when civilization oirers him so many
inducements to do otherwise. Hut it is
not an unprecedented proceeding ly any
means. It is the repetition of an oft
told story, the Illustration of a trait of
liutnan nature that has been frequently
exemplified. Theru Is a fascination
about those rem o to and melancholy
spaces which tho explorer can not
re-ist. When ho has once looked upon
them he is nover again satisfied away
from them. Il was ho with l.iv
Ingstnne, it was so with (lordon,
it will be so with Stanley. In a
lighter degreo It is so with all men who
go beyond tho confines of civilization
and tasto tho peculiar freedom of un
settled region. Tho trappers and min
ers of the far West rarely or ever con
sent to live where, they must submit to
the restrictions of organized sooioty.
.o temptation Is sufficient to draw them
permanently away from tho rudo and
hazardous conditions of tho frontier;
th" charm is indefinable, but nono tho
less comptoto and controltng.
Thn truth probably Is that civiliza
tion is only a veneer, and that tho ele
ment of savagery in man is nover
eradicated. Wo aro all barbarians just
below tho surface, and tho best of us
easily drift back to tho original ostate
of the raeo when tho occasion serves.
It is ery certain that Africa has little
to give in exchange for the comforts and
enjoyments of civilized countries, as we
aro in the habit of measuring such
things, and yet it is likely that
tens of thousands of intelligent
and cultivated men havo folt a
decided longing to go thoro and
to pluck out tho mysteries of
those vast solltudos. Tho story of Stan
ley's toll sumo and desperate journoy
will bo read by moro peoplo and witli
keener rolish than any othor book of
tho period. Ho could easily recruit a
regiment at any point in Europo or
America to march with him on a slmi-''
lar expedition. Einln I'asha is not
different from tho majority of mankind.
Tho motives and tendencies by which
he is inspired aro common In some
measure to tho men of all countries. Ho
is simply obeying a law of his being.
The enticement of tho African plain
and forest is tho samo as that of the
outlying district of our own contlnont
to which adventurers aro continually
going on one pretext and another. It is
the spell by which all pioncors havo
been moved in their schemes of conquest
and development. Komo natures aro
more susceptible to It than others, but
none aro entirely beyond its reach. Tho
taint is in the blood, and the question
of insistence is one of circumstancos.
I'lott, tho volunteer, left tho bar
racks without permission. As tho
young man is a general favorite, Ills
corporal determined, if possible, to
shield 1 1 1 in from punishment. Accord
ingly, ho wrapped a sweeping-brush in
a blanket and raid it in the volunteer's
bed. Tho ollicor on duty, who is rather
short-sighted, soon aftor went the round
of tho beds until ho camo to Flott's.
"Who lies hero'.'" ho asked tho corporal.
"Volunteer I'lott," was tho reply.
"Klolt, eh? Tho dlsordorly follow is
so Intent on pleasure that ho totally
neglects lilmsolf." (Thn corporal trem
bles in tho belief that tho fraud Is dis
covered.) "You may toll Volunteer
I'lott to-morrow to got his hair cut.
dood-nlght." I'llegondo lllatter.
"Is that dog of yours good for any
tiling?" was asked of a saloon-keeper as
ho motioned to a canlno that lay behind
tho stove. "Is ho? You just lay your
hand on my shoulder and utter a whoop."
Tho man did so, and tho dog sprang up
and bit his ownor in tho log and graco
fully retired. "How do you account for
that?" asked tho inquirer, as a gonoral
laugh went round. "Hang It, I had for
gotten that ho was cross-oyed!" was tho
roply. "I ought to havo put my hand
on your shonldor and yelled." N. Y
OHAFP AND OHATTER.
Ah English journal dlsousscs tho
possibility of distinguishing "high and
low born blood" by tho aid of tho nilcro-
It Is said that tramps will nover work.
And yot six tof thorn dug tholr way out
of a New Hampshire jail with a ten
Traveler (In tho Indian Torrltory)
"IIow do tho folks In Oklahoma man
age to llvo?" Half-blood "Just by no
When you seo 10,000 pooplo spondlng
tho afternoon nt a base-ball match It
eots you thinking of tbe number of mon
that must work nt night,
Imaoi.vb tho torturing hesitation of
tho nverago small boy trying to dcoldo
whether ho would rather go to n real
clrous or seo bU Httlo brother got a
The FIJI Is4andcr3 aro far from
illiterate Somo of thorn read Homer.
And somo of them would dovour an
author as well as his buoks if thoy'got a
A Kansas editor, has been granted n
ponslon of S73 a month for Indigestion.
IIowUl recover from his Indigestion now
that ho has tho means of buying somo
thing to digest.
"I sfrposr. whon you wero In Homo
you did as tho Romans do?" "Well, no,
not exactly. You know I'm n Httlo toj
fond of soap to glvo It up at my tlmo of
Tiucur.n "Who was tho richest man
of ancient times?" Freddy Fanglo
"Motbusolah, ma'am." "What?" "Yes;
ho had raoro time than any ono else,
and tlmo Is monoy, you know."
A Missoula an died ttio othor day from
having gorged himself with v'eal and
hard older. Ho was a mombcr of soven
socloties, all of which havo passed tho
customary resolutions throwing tho en
tire blame for his removal on lllvlno
"Wiiv, Jane, whore aro all tho young
ladles? I thought I heard theiiii all
como In an hour ago." Jano "So you
did, momi they'd been to tho cookln'
school, mem, and tho thrco of them's
been down in tho kitchen over since,
bllin' an egg, mom." :
A couxrnv editor In Now York tunes
his lyro and hursts forth In song with
tho following result: Ohl tho clothes
press Is a swell nlfatr for garments rilco
and neat; tho hay press is a grand ma
chine and does Us work complete; tho
cider press is lovely, with Its juices red
and sweet, but tho printing press con
trols tho world and gets thero with both
RnniN-Ai.ii "Now that wo aro alone.
Claire, 1 can ask you a question that I
havo been burning to ask all tho oven-
Ing." Clalro (overcomo with emotion)
"Oh, llcginaldl" Reginald "Uvor
j nlnco I entered tho ball-room I havo felt
i that my necktlo was slowly creeping
over tho back of my collar, and tho
, thought of my appearanco mado mo mls
i erablc. Toll me, Clalro, is my necktlo
I all right?"
; Tin: King of Tarl-Tarl, in tho Gilbert
Islands, has notified tho Navy Depart-
ment nt Washington that ho has adopted
a royal ensign, a design of which ho has
I sent wltli tho notification. Ho has
j chosen tho American colors, only ho
puts uluo where wo havo white and vico
versa. When our vessels tarry in tho
vicinity of his Royal Highness hereafter
they will flto a 6aluto in its honor un
less ho shall in tho meantime bo fired
DniNit at close of moals, not too
strong nor too hot; never a full glass of
very hot or very cold liquid to wash
down food, as tho saliva is wasted and
Potato IIC.nr. lloil four good-sized
potatoes, mash and sift through a sieve;
add ono and one-half pints of Hour, two
tcaspoonfuls of baking powdor, one pint
of cream or milk; form In small cakes
and bako In a greased tin.
It docs not follow that sick persons
nro asleep because their eyes aro shut;
they may bo acutely conscious of all
that is passing in tho room, though un
nblo or unwilling to make any sign; and
nothing can bo moro nerve-provoking
than hushing and whispering around
and creaking about on tho tips of their
To n ike beans without pork, they can
bo dipped Into a pan when nearly done,
seasoned with cream, salt and pepper,
and baked in a slow oven for an hour.
Tho pea bean is tho best for this pur
pose. A favorlto method with New
Huglandcrs is to uso a Httlo molasses
instead of pork, about two spoonfuls to
ono quart of beans.
Tapioca Ciskam Funnixci. Four largo
tablespoonfuls of tapioca soaked over
night In a Httlo over ono pint of milk.
Put tho taplooa and milk into a tin, and
put tho tin in a pot of boiling water; lot
It cool: until tapioca Is clear. Stir in
the beaten yelks ot threo eggs, one-half
cup of dosslcated cocoanut, and vanilla
and sugar to taste. Cook two or thrco
minutes longer. Pour Into n pudding
dish and spread with tbo beaten whites
of tho eggs and a little cocoauit Hrtiwn
slightly In thn ovnn.
At tho yearly mooting of friends,
held in Philadelphia, tho question was
asked in regard to worship: "Aro you
clear of sleeping or other unbecoming
practlcos?" Tho answers from tho sev
eral quarterly meetings wero thon road
and summod up a3 follows: "Tho hour
of mooting has beon mostly obsorved;
somo instances of slooplng; no othor un
becoming bohavlor to remark."
Tiero Is a gontloman In Roattlowho
has a now fad. Ho hud tho dlmo-savlng
fad last year. Now ho thinks ho Is a
mind reader. Ho has nover yot failed
to match nlokols by placing ono Bngor
on tho forehead ot tho othor man and
reading his mind. Thon ho places down
his nickel and matches it overy time.
It is becoming rathorbowildorlng to tbo
other follows. Seattlo Press.
A Missoual youth whistled at a
prayor-mooting, and whon robukod ho
claimed that ho had boon lnsultod and
drew a knife to carvo somo ono. Ho
was knocked down with a chair and dis
armed, but ho and his four brothers
proposo to seo who runs tbo prayer,
meetings In that neighborhood.
No woman was over so hu.noly that
a man do'-s not defend her looks eflef
be has heard that nbe kcjrajre; him,
New Yohk, Juno I,
CATTLK Nntlvo Steers 5 10 o
13 73 Hi
WHEAT-No. 2 Bed
CO UN No. 2
OATH Western Mixed
1IEEVE8 Eiport Steurs
HOGB-Comnion to Select. .. .
SIIKKI'Kalr to Choice
XXX toOholco.. ...
WHEAT No. 2 Ited Winter..
COUN-No. 2 Mixed
OATS No. 2
HYK No. 2
lOUACCO-T.UKS (Missouri).. 2 &0
4 73 a
2 n '
1 5 a
2 60 ffl
Lcuf. llurlpv a fid
HAY Choice Timothy 10 00 a
llUTTHB-ChoIco Dairy 0 a
KG(i8-'rcsh 10 a
I'Oltlf Standard Moss 9
llACON-Clcur Ulb t,1Vn
LAKI) Prime Steam a
WOOL-Cholce Tub B3U9
OATTXE Shipping 20 ia
IIOGS-UoodtoClioIco 8 73 a
S1IKE1' Good to Choice-.... B 21 a
J'LOUIt Winter Patents 4 Ml a
Serine Talents 4 73 a
WIIKAT-No. 2Sprlnx V a
COUN No. 2 a
OA'IB-No. 2 White ... a
1'OUK Standard Mess 13 20 a
OATTLK-8!llpplnK6toora... ft CO a
HOGS-Salcs ut a co a
WHEAT No. 2 Ited a
OATS No. 2 , a
COHN No.2 ,,. a
FLOUIt High Grade 4 23 a
OATS uuoicu western xv
HAY Choice 10 to a
1IACON Clear Kit) ,,, 0 a
COTION Middling ffl
WHEAT No, 2. Bed a
COHN No.2 Mixed a
OATS-No. 2 Mixed , a
UACON-Clesr Rib a
conw-Midaiiujf " 9
She Vfni (Had.
Now Englandors aro glvon to saying
that they have no nood to trnvol to got
a cbango of oltmato, and tho samo scorns
to bo tru ot dwollors In somo othor
plaeos as woll.
Old Mammy llvod In North Carolina,
vory near tho lino. Whon tho boundary
botwoon that Stato and Virginia was
obangod sho was told thatnow Bbo llvod
"Woll,V sho answorod, "I am powor
fulglad, I always board thatVlrglny
was a healthier Stato than North Car'
llna." Youth's Companion.
Ayoung man who recently com
mitted sulcldo in Now Orloans loft a
lottor stating that ho lost nil his monoy
buying Louisiana lottery tlckots. Ho
appoars to havo boon a "blank" fool,
Worthy ol Trunt.
A tourist climbing up a mountain sldo
doesn't want n small, limber or rotten stick.
No, he wants a stout staff that will bear his
whole weight, ono that ho can lean on in
confidence, ono that Is worthy of trust and
that will uphold hlmjihould his feet slip. So
an invalid, In search of health."" They dis
like to fall into the hands of a doctor and ho
experimented with. They wnnt to uso tho
proper romedy for their ailment In tho
start. They nro only willing to tako medi
cine on condition that it will mako them
well. Now thorols ono remedy whose effect
Is a cortalnty. It has been tried and tested
In thousands of Instances and ha3 nover
once failed. It Is called Smith's Tonio
Hyrup. Its principle was discovered by tho
eminent .Dr. John Hull, of Louisville-, Ky.
It is pleasant to tako, nnd possesses all the
good medicinal qualities of quinine, but is
frco from nil Its objectionable qualities. It
will euro chills and fever when quinine
falls. It will also prevent and euro colds,
luflucnia, la grippe, ete. Its influence is
positive and it is u remedy worthy of tr"j?
Mant n woman who resolves when sho Is
married to makeover her husband ends by
being content to mako over her bonnets.
Burlington 1'reo l'res3.
A Toll ot Mlat
Hlslng at morning or ovening from somo
lowland, often carries In its folds tho
seeds of malaria. Whero malarial fever
provalls no ono Is safe, unless protected by
somecfllcicnt medicinal safeguard. IIos
tftter's Htomach liltters is both a protec
tion and n remedy. No person who inhab
its, or sojourns fn a mlasmatlo region of
country, should omit to procure this forti
fying agent, which is ulso tho finest known
remedy for dyspepsia, constipation, kidney
troublo and rheumatism.
T5 nns a man reaches forty ho begins to
look around for tho names of men who dis
tinguished themselves after that ago.
Live Oak, Ala., Deo 13th, 1SSO.
Messrs. A. T. Siiau.endkkoi:ii A Co.
Ilochcster, Fa. (Jtnfs: Last spring I re
ceived bv miill a bottlo of your Antidote for
Malaria for my brother, who had chills for
moro than six months. Ho frequently broko
them with Qulnlno, but they would soon ro
turn. I g.iyo him tho Aulldoto and ho has
not had n chill since. It has niado niwinia
u!fit cure. Yours truly.
W. w. PrnDUB.
Tnn woman who conquers her husband
with a broomstick may lie Bald to havo won
a sweeping victory. Ilinghainon Repub
lican. Kllja tho Southern Medical World:
"Mother's Friend" Is growing In favor
throughout tho South andls highly recom
mended by physicians. Wo consider it in
dispensable to thoso who know thev must
puss through tho ordeal of child-birth.
W rito liridlleld Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ua , for
particulars. Bold by all druggists.
Tnrr aro Introducing Tcruvlan dogs Into
this country. Hereafter thero will bo no
scarcity of 1'cruvlan bark. Plunder.
Slz A'onfa 1 ret, will bo Bent by Crngln fir
Co., Phllada., Pa., to any ono In tho U. ri. or
C.i nuiln, postage paid, upon receipt of 2.'
Dobbins' lSloctric Soap wrappers. See list
of I'.evels on circulars around each bar.
It is no sign ol prosperity mat ino man
who never advertises is doing business at
his old Btand etUL Romo BontineL
I riAD calls for twelve bottles of Smith's
Tonio of Hyrup ono day boforo noon. Thoro
is no chill and fever medlclno that gives
such good satisfaction. J. A. ItaruuoJ, Cor
Always discount what a man says when
mad. About temper sent will do. Smith,
Uray & Co.'s Monthly.
All cases of weak or lame back, backache,
rheumatism, will find rollef bv wearing ono
of Carter's Smart Weed and iiclladonna
Haekacho Plasters. PricoIMccuts. Try them.
"Woman Is man's superior In n great many
ways, and tho worst of It is sho knows It.
M. Ii TnOXTPSOV fc f!n.. UriirrrrtatB r-A
dorsport. Pa, say Hull's Catarrh Cure is tho
best and only suro euro for catarrh they
oversold. Druggists sell it, V3c.
"WoMcjf, like pokcr-ployers, raiso tho
blind to too what tho neighbors have got.
Poon littlo child! Sho don't eat well, she
don't sleep well,ho don't look woll. Bhc
needs Dr. IIuU'b Worm Destroyers. Papa,
get her a box.
It is when ho Ib brought to trial that the
swindler regrets that ho is not a uoncst
man. lilmlra Qazctte.
Fi'.nsiisEss nnd purity nro imparted to tho
complexion by Oleun's Hu,iliur Soap.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 60 cents.
Tnn burning love of two young hearts
is a caso of spontaneous combustion.
Fon twonty-flvc cents you can got Carter's
Littlo Liver Pills tho best II ver regulator in
tho world. Don't forget this. Ouopllludoso
Wons-ouT street railway cqulncs con be
classed as borse chcstmits. Pittsburch
The best cough medlclno is riso's Cure
for consumption. Sold oyerywhoro, 25c.
Lots of men seem got "solid" comrort
out of "liquid" refreshments. Dansvlllo
None equal "Tansill's Punch'1 Bo. Cigar.
A stable government must ho estab
lished by good horse sense. N. .0. Plca-yuno.
iSPjo! $ lfcBBI
To tare coat Ivcnost the mrtlcln must
be more tlimi a puriratlvc. To be per
iiiimeiit, It tuunt coulalu
Tonio. Alterative and
Tntt'a IMIU poaacan tlieau qunlllUa In
uu eminent degree, and
lo tho boivcla their natanl iisrUtaltlo
mollou, to eauc'iitlal to regularity.
To cars BlUomnMs. sick Heidtcbo, Constipation.
Malaria, Liver CompIttnU, take tbe aala
mi certain reuiodr, SMITH'S
UiO the BMAI.T, BIZE (40 littlo - tttane to the tot
tie). Tber are the must convenient: ault ail ages,
1'rtceot eltbet lite, 23 cenu per bottle.
ccnta looppers or atampa).
Maaoraof "Ella Ueana.? ' Bt. Lotita. Mo.
1.'.. r imbed
Md i cm
CO to. t
Frequent shipments of car-load lots
of Dr. Pierce's Medicines, to all tho
principal commercial centers of till?
country, are necessary to supply the
unprecedented demand for these world
famed remedies. No other medicines
ever attained anything like tbo popu
larity which they enjoy. No other
medicines possess such superior and
positive curative properties as to war
rant their manufacturers la selllug
them, n3 the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's
lledlcinos arc doing, through druggists,
uuuui ii immune guurnnico oi Dcncnt
tr cure tn every case, on fair trial, or
i nere are scores or sarsaparillas and
other blood medicines advertised, but
the "Golden Medical Discovery" of Dr.
Pierce Is Me only one over backed up by
a positive guarantee from it well-known
and thoroughly responsible house. Tho
conditions arc, 'that, given a fair trial, It
will do nil that is claimed for It, or
money paid for it will be promptly re
funded. A Certificate of Guaranteo
wraps every bottle.
To attempt the sale of nn Inferior, or
even a fairly good, blood-purlller under
such trying conditions as these, would
mean bankruptcy to Its proprietors.
Only n medicine possessed of extr&OrdU
narr merits could sustain itself under
such a business policy. The "Golden
Medical Discovery " Is such a medicine,
nnd has proven its ability to sustain Ha
proprietors, even though sold on such
As a remedy for all Blood. Skin and
Scalp Diseases, It has won for Itself
manifested 1U potency in curing Salt-
rncum, isczema, Tetter, Pimples,
Blotches. Eruptions, old Scrofulous
Sores, ulcers, nnd kindred ailments.
As a remedy for the peculiar weak
nesses, distressing Irregularities, and
painful derangements Incident to
women, Dr. Plcrco's Favorlto Pre
scription stands alone as the only rem
edy guaranteed to glvo satisfaction tn
every case, or money paid for it is
It Is but natural that the peoplo
should bestow their patronage upon
these medicines, since none other aro
sold on such fair and liberal terms.
They aro manufactured by the World's
Dispensary Medical Association, of Buf
falo, N. Y., a house whoso financial
standing and reputation for fair dealing
Is well-known to every publisher, as
well ns to every druggist, throughout
the civilized world. 6
Unfit Poilfil Mnrlfnfnn. T?f.nntnnnr.,1n,l l. Tll.M,ffnn
Ciirea whoro all clso fails. Pleasant nnd agreeable to the
tasto. Children take It without ohWtinn. tw Hnmoto
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
nndrefrcshingto tho taste, and acts
gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fovers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its Kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ao
ceptahlo to tha stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial m its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agrccablo substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and hnvo made it
the most popular romedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
louisvius. nr. new rove. n.r.
For Fifty Years
has no equal
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
SALT LAKE CITY
Jjocatod In tberotdntof tha inoit fertile tannine
yalleyi In the wyrld, Croi-t abundant. nTriaiL
Dome market! oobiurae arsrr tiling at high priced,
wonderful stock una erutntf oountrr. Hpltndid
school! and churches of all denominations, good
society, perfect climate. A (treat bealth resort.
Grand opportunities forlQTetUientlnHaltlJ.keCltr
nr tbe rich and undeveloped mines and land of Utah.
For full particulars ana illustrated pamphlets ad
dress, Chamber of Commerce. Halt Lake CUT, Utah.
JT1UXI THIS fariatfvy !U JMWnfe.
wui rata rir&a .m, iki ywmita.
Hend for wholBIfpric
soy Locust st, btXoulsjda
fin TWe In ii House t If so, you want a
UU UAUTMAN Steel Wire M. Atieolutelrfletlble.
Endorsed by t'tiYBtrlans and U. 6. Oov ernment. Bend
for prices. JIAltTMAN MfU, CO.,llcTr ralla.fa.
r-wtMi this rArcuT7 ttw fMm,
SVUU1 I Catarrh. IlroneUltli. Lbb Troabltt aarad
Aalnmn Ibrnimell'sI'aUitiHrrbSmoks. lob!-.
iUts4lala.UoDaDdlafuiloa. Mailed far WfliUjBps, :
vrs MUufLL, W f f okUa ymt 1h 4lhlU 1
PatekuoAuo. IS, 1887, Improvid July 30. 18S9.
5 All R&aamatja Osm-
and . H.rrsua D.MUtr
CoiUTenwi, XI da a;
iasei caua by imprudsncsi u
Isrried er BfnrU Z4fe.
UlhTu's ELECTRIC INSOLES iiru-ix.
Alaqan Electric Truas and Belt Combined
Sd4 8. poiug . for r.t. Illnst'd bok, 134 p.fe. vbtoh vtllb
M.t yow In pliB iBtl.d iiTtlo. jJ.oti.B tbl. p.r. Addr.i
OWEN ELECTR10 BELT ft AFPLIANCK 00.
30a Jf ortb Sroadwar. BT. KO.
620 Broadway. HEW TOSS OIIY.
Tho Braid that Is known
tho world around.
BORE WELLS ! money)
Our Well -lachlne. ara th.mo.t PJli IHUIILI (
nfr j "rccESBrt:i-'
nkUHKATKIt 1 ltd FIT.
They KJNIM! UVlls where
thrra Any tlt, 9
Inch to ii Inches diameter.
LOOMIS & NYMAN, lMta,0u
TIFFIN. - OHIO. WMBX FREE!
rfiJ.nr. tiui rant twi UMiWWnu.
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS.
WE FURNISH WITHOUT CHARGE
1'ullIotorm.Uoo to JlISSOUlll School Dlatrlctl
wliblnff Ut Uiu. bondt. W. (aralih lil.Bk Bead., and
bu; lJondi wbaa contpl.t.d at UVT RATES.
OKU. 51. HUSTON ft CO., Bond Stock Dtalva.
308 Pin. Street. 8T. LOUIS.
TbcuMBds et o ma ani
wntm U th U. A. A. l
Uuir UrM s4 thetr hHh aa
latlrhspplaMS U RWxt'i FooS
lbir Saily ln U mttmtr
a d Child kMd satls t4
Rldn't rood, Br Dm t(1ii.
t CO 1'alaser, Msu.
NQW.RKAUT. Describes their latent improved
Thresher, Tbr-ihlu F.tUt,Sw MUU mm Isw
MUIKhkUs. Ilere lowers. tat!u.rr Eedaee
DiiRncI i jb rtn - u.aaiilnu. antlin
saj tuis raraa imh r to
lerred who can furnish a borse and litre their wholt
time to the business. Spare momtots may be profltablj
employed also. A few vacancies In towns andcltlss,
D. r. jOHNhoh CO., loot Mala St., ZUabmoBd, Vo.
iSercltwaLSiei U.&enslon Juiftul
3 y rs la last war. IS adjadtcaUnar claims, att'y slare
vkini Tun rsna ujrwtu.
WIllTK TOR CATALOGUE. ST, LOUIS
WlliSUL CO., Ill M. roartaaath Straat, Bt. Uulj, Mb.
Addre.a W. T. FITZGEll
MUU nil l uu aq tana i
r inaTBtroTiaNa aM :v.
AlO). W JJKUIBTOM, li. (i
A FAMILY BIBLE weuveiied f u.Tff.
1 ,C QBarU.lOallK la. aad 1 la,
uick. Dor.'. UIuitrauoBi. colored ttarrf.xa ..rllflcta
aad Family Racord, .to. DUv.rdataBjreipr.iiaffle.la
U.8.JorS3.7fc Addr.MDalr.rial fat. Co., BXLoali, at a.
n 1 Ufirn TieaUd and onrad without tb. knlr.
liulllirK ltopk on tre.tineol aant fraa. Addreiti
aJrHJJO tula ton m lbii wa.
1 IIAaaV. tlTAUKNOiUii
lloot Tro.. ) PAY.
Utauk Noiuciura, lovuiAXA.Uo.
r jijju uoa Mill ti oa. nHu.
to 98 a day. Bamplea worth (9.16
VKKK. Lino, not nnderhor.eafaat. Wrlla
amina atrvti ana houui CO.. H.ur.ai.k.
.mm tan raa..wT a mwa.
A. N. K. B.
HUM WRITIKU TO ASTKKTIUM JnXAU
aula tkat a. aaw Ua 4dit.tUaa.aai Is mil
nv nnritoa nr.nTui'Nfl. TTXTff-.
OAVa, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCEIli
IES, HIOVISION8. TOBACGOSJ
II A RI) Wi ItE. QUEENSWABE
TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. ,
Country Produce bought mil iold..
Goods ilellvarcd frco of cbftrgo to
any part of tho city.
701 & 003 West Hfltn and Corner,
of Bolivar Street.
nrooeritu. Agricultural Imnlomonts'
Wagons, Spring Wngona, Buggies.
Road Carts, lloirs, Harrows, Hay
Rakes. Corn Suellera. Food Cutters,!
70 1 West JIata .Street.
F. II, REPHLO. " J
General Mercliaiidiso, No. COt'
Went Main Street.
G. & L. WAGNER f
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
KEG AND BOTTLED BEE
Havo tho largest Brewing nnd1
Bottling House West of St. Louis.
W. W. AVAGNER, Proprieto?:'
82. OO D? 333 IEt 3D .ST.
Cor. High and Monroe Sts. y
Enlargrd, rcratcd nnd furnishcd.i
First class in all departments. Ac
commodating and trusty porters at
all tinins. '
Electric Bells and Heso Guest calif
nnil l'lro alarm in every room. Ofllco,j
Dining Room and largest nnd finest!
Sample rooms in the city on tho first,
DEALER IN 4.KD MASLTACTUKEll Off
ceHARBLE o AHD GRAHITEjs
Monuments and Headstones.
Adjoining M.ichanl'a Dank, Jeltcteon Bt. y
COtlXEH IIIOII AND MAII1S0K STS. '
FRED. KNAUP, Proprietor. j
RATES $2.00 PER DAY.1
Tclephono communications and other,
modern conveniences. Commercial
men will find it to their interest to
stop at the City. It is centrally lo
cntcd and i;s sample rooms ore' tho
best. Trusiy porters at all pnoscu
THEODORE - TANNER.1
Farm and Machine Repair Shops
-BllASS CASflNOS MADK TO OIUiEK
Give us a vnll for nnythlnp in ouc
line. Satisfaction guaranteed..
Shops on Jefferson street, between
Dunklin and Ashley.
" FARMERS' HOME
FRED, TRU ETZEL, Proprietor.
Having purchased tho "Farmers'
Home,'' corner of Jefferson and
Dtinl;lln strceti, und put everything
about tho premises in good order, I
ask tbo patronage of farmers and
First Class Meals and Lodging.
Finest liquors, wines, beer nnd
c'garn always on hand. Good horeo
and wapon'lots. Rates very reason
able. Very respectfully.
FRED. TRUETZEL, Prop.
F. W. ROER
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-
Wines, Liquour, Cigars, Etc.
Ho. 221 east man btheet.
A fino Lunch counter run fn connec
tion with tho saloon, where lunch can
be had nt all hours.
DEALKIIS IN CHOICE
Whisky, by tho gallon at low rotes.
Fa rallies (iiiipllei) with Choicest goods
WCT- a '1 il Mnillann Rlt'f rf -CM
To euro B111obw, Blck HeaJicho, Cointt.
patlon, Malaria, Urcr Compklnta, tako
th cufo and certain jemody,
LattlC). TllBt ABB TI1S MOST COMYKrllEMT.
Sultolalat lor nit Asm.
Price of either lite, Ma, pog Ilottlo.