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COLUMBfA'S BIO DAY.
! Sfmt-CVnbciililnl tit the MMA trtH-. rMltr Ci'li-torittHt-.n frnwrnrr VUr5 a'utru1n.tlc Cruwil Aknirhrf rr) Cam nanuinito n TrillMpli r ( lYIIIr.ntlim. roi.VMliiA, fo., July 4. Tho colohra lion of tlio st'iiil-contonnlal atifilvoin'.'.ty of Uio Ktulo University ut Missouri Is ooInvlJcnt with tho rclnbratlon of tlio Nation's birth. It was on tlio Fourth of July, 1810, that tho comor-ttona of tho original ecilllco was laid, ami (onlay that event was cclcbrntoil. Tho men who havo consecrated tholr lives to tho up-building "( this Institution saw, afar olf, tho appvoach of that monumental year which should, mark tho closo of tha Hist hult century of It oxlstimee. Thoy hcRan to proparo for lis olworvanco In a fitting anl proper vyny. It was. i designed to lunko tho qcea?lon ono of eoiiitnenicvatlon ot tlio past and i prophecy of tho future With that ! Kcal and eneitf s w hich has characterized. them In qv'er.y thing pertaining to this work Oicy began tho forimilallon ot a lirogrammo which should reprosenl.und oxpross tholr civic spirit of tho Stato. This tlicy havo carried out, and their efforts culminated to-day In a momorti. bio observance, Governor I'rancK SUUo Treasurer Stephens, Secretary of SSIato t.esscuor, Attornoy-Uonoral Wood, Geologist Arthur Wlnslow and Adjiitant-Cicneral Wyckham drovn over In carriages last night from .JivrTctson City. They wero joined Ho:0 ,y Colonel liarlli, of Hun nllial, a member of tho tiovcrnor's fcU.h". Tho offlciul parly tli-A Included about Ion persons, and besides theso there wero many prominent men from all tho countries compvi-.'.ig this section of tho Stale. Excursion trains began running Into Columbia at an early hour this morning. Ono from Fulton and Sturgeon arrived at threo o'clock. Tho regular tvalns on tho Wabash branch from Centralis wero iloublo their usunl sizo and every seat was lllled, with many passengers stand ing. On all tho turnpike roads for which. V.oono County Is famous, carriages, wagons and lour-wheeled and two wheeled, vehicles brought thousands more, until by ten o'clock tho broad streets of Hits beautiful university town wero crowded with amnssof peoplo from outstdo point) numbering not less than five thousand. A procession was tho first thing In or der. Tho lino of march was along llrondvvay lrom the court-house east, and n return to tho university. Tlio order of tho procession was as follows: First, music; second, the survivors ot lh!ii; third, Oovornor 11. 1!. Francis and stair and all other State ofllccrss fourth, board of curators, executors and otllcera of tlio board of visitors; fifth, the alumni of tho University; sixth, tlio presiding ofllcers, chaplain and orators of tho day; seventh, tho builders ot tho University and all its additions; eighth, tho Uni versity faculty and ex-members of tho faculty; ninth, pieshlonts and facul ties of other colleges, high schools and academies; tenth, University stu dents and ex-students; eleventh, Invited guets; twelfth, citizens; thirteenth, JSoone County Court and all county olll cers and ex-ollleer; fourteenth, llfty ladles on horseback; fifteenth, 250 wheelmen. (iovernor Francis and party occupied closed carriages near tho headiof tho procession. Th n great auditorium of tho Univer sity, capable ot seating over threo thou- , sand people, was lllled to ovorflovvlntr, j a llltlo after ton o'clock. A great num- I her of peoplo who came after that hour were unablo to secure admittance, and tlio corridors outsldo wero soon filled and the crowd surged out 1 over tho wide flight of steps leading to the east entrnnco of tho building on ' the front. The vast stago was oinpow- ' eri'd in llowers.and lnadditlon to tho elo quence of the (lowers thero wero mottoes expresslvo of tho occasion and tho spirit 1 ot tho day. After tho procession had 1 reached tho University campus thero , was but Uttlo delay. Tho heroes of 1S39, who aro called tho 'Ivors In University ' parlance, wero conducted to seats on tho Btago. Thero wero tuenty-ono survivors i of tlio original subscribers to tho Unl- ' verslty fund prosent. They constitute tho roll of honor of Missouri and will havo placo in tho records of to-day as follows: Mathew liarnes, llripplng Springs; .lames J. Joyce, ltocheport; Henry Caumhaugli, Columbia; Sanford Conley, Columbia; William 11. Duncan, Columbia; James Ustes, Columbia; Gen eral John Kills, Ashland; Jofterson Uarth, Columbia; Ud Henry, Columbia; Jacob O'Johnston, Columbia; Mont gomery P. I.olntz, Fayette; ltollin Ly man, ltocheport; Thornton Northcutt, Columbia; John Heed, IJoono County; John W. Hldgoway, Ilallsvillo; James Hodgers, Columbia; A. X. Turner, Co lumbia; William II. Wado, Columbia; A. II. Woldon, lloono County; H. I'orter Waters, Ilalnosville; Ilouhon J. Wado, Hlnton. Ilesido tlie.se, and occupying seats on the pi orm, wero other survivors of tho great ovont of llfty years ago. "Hail, Columbia, Happy land," by tho Lexington Military Hand, was a prelndo to tho regular programmo. At its conclusion Itobcrt L. Todd, cashier of tho Kxchango National liank of Co lumbia, tho oldost living graduate of tho University, who was of the class ot 181:1, delivered an address of woleome. Mr. Todd paid an eloquent tributo to edu cation as an aid to civilization, and said bat this University and all institutions ot learning llko it aro but monumonts created to commemorato work dono and insplro to work yet to bo dono. Mr. Todd Introduced General Odon Guitar, ot Columbia, who delivered a dlscourso historical, analytical and critical in character. At tho conclusion of General Guitar's address Governor Francis was intro duced. In concluding, tho orator pledged hlmsolf at tho coming session of tho Legislature to urge justice and liberal ity to tho Unlvorslty, and drew a picttiro of tho contonnlal annlvorsary In 1040, when, with amplo endowment, enlarged curriculum and graduates In ovory walk of life, tho Institute would hold its proper position, (lovornor Francis spoko for half an hour, and was listened to vvllh tho closost attention, and at the close was heartily applauded. Tho barbecuo occuplod tho tlmo from ono to two o'clock. Nobody was al lowed to go hungry, and after tho feast thero was a duplication of tho parable. To-night thero is a grand display ot flro-vvorks on tho campus and a banquet at tho opora-houso. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. t'nAr a IlMenne Tariff anil Under n te'otlVo TrWlm From tho y?it VS43 to 1878, Inclusive, the lal'g'Ost portion of which wo wero ululor a low tariff, our exports of gold and sliver amounted to Sl,iM8,il34,3G0, Our Imports of gold and sllVot during that period amounlbA to 501,105,147, an excess 1 iports of tour gold and sliver1 OYfcr our imports 'dining thai pjrlod amounting to SI, lT, 15V,2ia. From Iho year 1S71) to tho year JfW, Inclusive, our exports of )rt!il and silver amounted to (UsTi,l;.T.3,S07. Our imports amounted to $203,1(17,743. This Shows that during tho last IcTi years our Im ports of gUd Bhil silver havo exceeded oitr vxrdrls. by $.'is.o:4,!:i0. Now, It will ho observed that durkig I tho largest portion of tho period when j our ex -ess ot exports of gold and silver , nmounlid Ut M.IST, lV,l,lui WhlUli elri ! braced the wat uhd inper currency po j vlod, we vvr.ro tinder a low tariff; whlld fw.M lMU to lS'J, when bur ImpdrtS.of gold and silver exceeded our exports by S.-iSWI.TOI, va3 a period of high tarllT 1 attei- llio war and when our currency I Was on a coin basis. I Now vie n-dt the business men of this I rii'iiitry to carefully consider llicso facts and their bearing upon tho currency and upon the business prosperity of the country. During twenty-seven years of the tlmo (rum lSlll to lhT.", tho excess of our imports of merchandise over our ex ports amounted to M,r'.Hi,!!04,fs:. Dar in1 live years of this period, the oxcess ot our exports of inercliaudlso over our j imports amounted to S'iK,713,842. Tho excess of our Imports over our exports for tlio en tiro period was 51,4y.i,iilW,14. I A large part of Hits period was when wo ' were under a low tarllf. On tho other , hand, from 18TH to 1SS7, tho excess of our exports over our Imports wasSl,012,- ll'iti.T.V,, while during the last two years of Cleveland's administration tho oxcess of our imports over our exports was$30, T.'i'.'.SM, showing that during tho thlr teen years of high tarllf, tho excess of our exports over our Imports was S 1 , f. S 1 , Mii.sri. During the last fiscal vcar of a Itciiub llcan administration, ending Juno SO, lv, the' excess of our exports over ouf imports was SIO l,(l'J,4M. During Iho first year of Cleveland's administration the evcess of our exports was reduced to Sil.Osx.d'.M. During tho socond year it was reduced to S'j:i,MI3,443. During tho third junr of his administration tho bal ance was changed to tho other sldo of tlie ledger, and was $13,002, GOT ttgalnsl us. In isy.i, the last year ot his admin 1st ration, it was S'2,730,277 against us. When Cleveland camo into olllco in iss', our total exports wore S742,lS0,75r. The last year of his administration our exports wero only $W.)5,U.'H,507. In tlio year lssr, Cleveland began his adminis tration with our imports $377,627,3211, anl eloied his administration with our imports $723,037,114. In other words, (trover Cleveland's tariff re reform administration has reduced tho sale ot our products to foreign countries $Ui,233,24S in four years, whereas tho sale of our products should havo in creased moro than that amount. Dur ing the tour yean of Cleveland's admin islrutlon the sale of foreign products in this country Increased $140,420,783, thus substituting that amount of foreign m liiulactured products for homo manu factored products. During tho four years of republican administration, lust previous to Clove land's, wo sold to forelgu countries $3iit,0W,4i: moro than wo bought ot them, whllo during tho four years of Cleveland's administration wo only sold them 37,219,23:1 moro. than wo bough ot them. These figures show that Iho protectlvo system ill four years' tlmo has mado a ditference in tho amount wo sold foreign ers more than wo bought of them amount ing to SWii.b'.'O.KlO moro than it wns dur ing thu four years of Cleveland's admin is! ration. Now, what makes this dliteronco? It is simply that the protectlvo system encourairos homo production, so that wo produce more than wo consume, and soli to foreigners, whllo under tho low tiiritt system our manufacturing indus tries are depressed, our peoplo aro idle and foreigners aro making our prod ucts and selling ihem to us, so that wo buy from them more than wo sell to them. Another point: During tho eighteen years of low tar I IT. from 1813 to 1800, Inclusive, our Imports ot merchandlso amounted lo $3,mii!,(',('iI, 333, an averago of MU,4W,232. During the same period our exports ot merchandise amounted to S-1,-172,034,2',12, an averago ot $102,023, 2.)S. Tho total excess of our imports over our exports during that period was f J31, 010,243, an averago of $18,533,014 per year. During tho twenty-ninoyoars of high tarllf, from 1801 to 18S0, In clusive, our total Imports amounted to $1 1 S03,44H,212, an averago of $310,403, I'O) per yar. During tho same period our exports of merchandlso amounted to 13, 22!), 701,581, an averago of $525, 15s, 131, q'lio total oxcess of exports over Imports during that porlod was SI20,34S,372, an averago oxcess of ex ports over imports amounting to $14, iiV4,772 a year Another important item: During tho ten years of high tariff just previous to Cleveland's administration, our total Imports of merchandlso nmountod to $5,833,558,507, and our total exports to $7,443,200,123, nn oxcoss of oxports over Imports of $1,004,707,018, tho avorago excess of oxports over Imports during this tlmo being $100,470,701. During tho four years of Cleveland's administration our total Imports amounted to $2,700,811,070. Our total exports amounted to $2,831,003,023. Tho oxcess of exports over imports during theso four years was $37,210,253, an av erago oxcess of oxports over imports ot only $0,304,813. And during tho last two years of his administration tho Im ports exceeded tho oxports by moro than $30,000,000. Dr. E. I'. Miller, in N. Y, I'ross. They have been honorably discharged, ana lira All this la true. And having said It, why not lot them and tho cause for which thoy dlod rest? They aro dead. Tho causo Is lost The victors rIvo them tlio honor duo ft btnvo nhd dead foe. Lot thorn rbsK.. Illil as to .tho cause, lot blloh'co fall t.n'on It. Tho Voiirt bf l)oty.lalf opinion pronounced it bad In tho lidur 'of its birth. Tho eouri bf War pronounced It bad In tho hour of lt neata. Why should Colonel Fry glorify it when it has bcoh iibad for a quarter of 5 Sbntury? Why does tho Soutn forovor resurrect its rottonnoss and embraco Its putrid form? Tho olucial records of tho war, says Fry, show 3,000,000 Northern soldiers and only 000,000 Southern troops en rolled from first to last His figures aro moro than questionable, hut If true Ihey Wbuld only olnplinslzd tlib Crlin'l of tho leaders bf tho Wat Inr secession. Nb Iibbcless millorlty Is Instilled In WAglng war for oven a good causo: Thero must ho reasonable hopo ot sue- cess, nhd rcasonablo liopo Is not with OOO.Odo against !),000,00d, especially when tho 3,000,000 In tho field aro huWv moiety of tho able-bodied millions at home, whllo to forco tho 000,000 (H that wero tho real number) Into tho field It is necessary, as Grant said, "lo rob tho cradlo and tho grave." Poor "Johnny Itch" always was r bravo and generally a lino ahd hoticst fellow, bill tho fellows who Hired or forced liltn Into War Vvcro scoundrelly traitors, and It Is a great pity that tho Botith has hbl learned to so regard thohli It Is disheartening tb think that Colonel Fry said, ahd that tho hundred Ivho heard and the thousands who read his speech beliove, that "tho South acted solely In sclf-dofonso," that the Union as formed by tho original thir teen Slates was only "a partnership,' that tho South sought to dlssolvo this partnership only because it was "ro- fused protection in tho enjoyment ot Its - Iliy(tarT Seen Hotter Days. A gpdd many stories ot mlsfortuno and trouble: woro rovcalcd unexpected ly by ttridVbrtlsomont which a promt nont business man Inserted In last Bun day's pa'porV for a clerk. Tho advor tlsoraonk Slated that a tiilsiuoss man of oxperioricb Was wanted, to tJoglii at tin) salary bt .?U pbr vvcok. Thoro wertS ovor 30O1 rWivbrB, and tnftiiy oMliorii woro long letters from mon who KSd formorly lield fldiltlorls 61 Unquestioned lmportanco and influence In tho com mercial world of Now York. Somo of thorn had boon tho heads of groat dry goods houses, while other applications woro 6lgned.by tho namos of firms that woro onco. well-known throughout tho country, They Woro all vvlllln&ttnd In deed anxious, to got a position at tho salary stated. Ono of tho men had been cashier in it hank In Now York, arlll had bHc8 idssdcsc'd it gHod doitl, of property, but llo wroto that ovory thills' had gdrto nialnst 111 tri for thb last toil yoilrs, arid That lib was absolutely ifi nood of tbo,nocessltlos of llio. Amdrig thri , ansvvors , woro several lottors from young mea who had a qollcglato educa tion andivknowlDdgo of sovoral forolgn languages., N. Y. Sun. A Christian writer has forcibly said that "a dying body Is adapted to tho world of sonso and time," and that, In contrast with such a body, "a deathless spltit lS tnfcttht add inadb fot ft 0rld Its j immortal asjlself. I. jllnlarla;, , ttolhitij makes oho feel.su ineaftanain . capacitated for work as n touch of laalaf la. How tho bones aclio. What chilly and life. . less sensations. What n poor appetite and vvhatpoordlgcstion. Hero, Jutues, fun and got mo somo quinine: or stop, quinine i doesn't Just tigrco with mo dither. Jt ' makes my head feel llko It would burst It creates ahiiszlngsoundln my ears. It im pairs my digestion. It makes nioleel dizzy. It gives mo nausea; and a physician onco 1 told mo that qulniuo sometimes causes par alysis. Nol lou needn't get It. I won't To nnOrttm thastomach,llVor and bowels, and promoto digestion, tako one of CarteJ'i Llttfo Liver Tills ovary night. Try theii. Tntrrn may bo stranger than fiction, but a n rule it Isn't halt to entertaining. Bos ton Traveller. Bkst, oasiost to ueo and cheapest Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. C5o, ..llESTit-nXNT-KEirntd afs always ready M itcali n.fntth tthefl htf ttal nlonejr.-N. O. ricayuno. tfilm nntntnn Wlinf. i flint I Vn env vrnii" lives and liberties." If theso things mother takes Bmlth's Tonic Syrup when aro bolloved bv Colonel Frv and If ho ?hd hasliialaHo, nhd Ihatlt nliynyU'uloi 7. oniXi., Ki I,h licrinnctthatlt IU houth, theh tho present Union will civ duro nb longer than till tho South Is nolo to sunder It Tho spirit of seces sion Speaks lh every word of tho ad dress which Iho Chattanooga Times re ports in four columns of n Sunday Is. sue. Chicago Inter Oceait. NOTES AND COMMENTS. KTTho Democratic, party has been on tho wrong sldo of every pleco ot financial legislation slnco 1800; and on the silver (juesllon of 1800 It has blun dered Into the vi long position as usual. Albany (N. Y.) Journal. tjfSpeakcr Heed is tho only man that Democrats havo over accused of "counting too many" livo Democrats. Thoy havo occasionally thoso old "lot alone"' spells when they are shy of being counted, Chicago Inter Oceart. C3f"Sonator l'latt mado ono sen tentious remark during tho discussion ot Iho disability hill that compressed tho whole truth In ono weighty sen tence, llo said: "Nothing Is extrava gant that Is right" National Tribune C3?"Tho llcpubllcans In Congress, with but fow exceptions, nro sound and solid on tho question of honest money. Tho Ilopubllcan pirty is pretty nearly always right, tho samo as tho Demo cratic party Is pretty nearly nlways wrong. Chicago Journal. tSJMlssourl has four Ilopubllcan Representatives in tho present ilouso, but sho will probably hnvo ono or two additional in tho next It Q. Mills and W. C. 1 llrecklnrldgo aro to mako sov oral rattling freo trado speeches in tho Stato a fow weeks hence. St Louts Globe-Democrat C,3"iYhen tho ox-robols and copper heads contcmplato tho pension appro- hcrinnd tlintlb also rjurcd v our brother of emus auu 10 Well, eel ma a bottle bf Smith's Tonlo Syrup, and bo quick. (Jomd to think about It, I havo read that this mcd Iclno has all tho gdod cfToi'W of qulnlno and nnnbe-i its evil nature. Strange 1 haven't iricu it ucioro. Tun hand that rocks tha cradlo Is tho hand that goes through a, man's pockets In tho wco sina' hours. ilunsey's Weekly. Llko n Circuit or Electric Wire. Tho human scnsorlum resembles a circuit of electrio vv Ires, the' various sets of nerves forming links In tho clrclo of continuity. When digestion Bfbws weak tho epigastric ncrvo sutlers, and tho wholo system Js af fected. Hclnforco it with Hostctter'ri Stomach Hitters, and tho nervous organism grows tranquil and reposeful. Fever and nguo, eonvtipatlon, kldncv troubles and liver compl.iiats retreat before this remedy. Tub silent partner is ono who keeps his mouth shut whllo his actlvo partner is spending his money. N. O. Picayune. Children ijiijtij Tho pleasant flavbr, gentle action and soothing cftects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxatlvo ami if tlio father or mother bo costlvo or bilious tho most erati ljlng results follow Its uso, so that it Is tho best family remedy known and every fam ily should have a bottle. A sniniox Is too often transformed Into a highway over which a parson parades his literary attainments. Atchison Globe "Shall not call on you for tho 1 100 reward,! or I helleva Hall's Catarrh Curo will cure nuy easo.of catarrh. Was very bad." Writo mm lor particulars. Sold by Druggists, 75c Tnn difference between a suitor and an olllco seeker Is that ono pays court and tho Diner courts pay, wasuingion rost Six JVorc' Frre, will bo sent by Cragln ft Co., 1'hllada., Ta., to any ono in tho U, H. or i'maua, posuio I'am, upun receipt 01 jiouuins' isiceiriu rsmip wrappers, rsco lis ot revels on circulars around each bar. The dearest spot on earth Is tho summer "A ItACE WITH PEATII I AnVttrtf (tin tvamnlesn heroes, nnnn nrn tiior'o vvoflhi' bf m'attyrilora Wan he who rodo down flip vallfjy Of llie Coneinaugli, warpinR nip pcopio nncau or. mo uuiiijsj tbwii flood: Jlouiltcd orl a pfiWfcfiul liorso, faster and fastcr.went Oia; rlderi but tho flood was swiftly gaining; until It caught tho unlucky horseman find swept on, grinding, crushing, annihila ting btitll freak nnil strong. In tho samo way1 ii dlseftsfl lurking near, llko unto tho sword of llaillbclcgi ready to fall, without warning, on Its victim, wno allows nis system to oe como clogged up, and Ills blood poi soned, and thorcby his health cnuan- gcredi Jio crauicnio uicse poisons irom II, (i cvslcni. lib liiattcr what thclf llfltTli) or nature, and savd ybursblt a spell of malarial, typhoid or bilious1 feveft o fcriintloni swellings, .tumors and kin dred 'dlsllguremeiiM, keep' the, liver and kldnovs healthy ana vigorous; oy tuo uso bf Dr. 1'lcrce's Oolilcn Medical JJIsi covery. It's the only pioou-punner soiu doesn't do exactly as recommended. A concentrated vepctubla, extract. Sold by uruggists, m largo ooitieo) ni i,w. p-iatlons they sorrowfully confess that 1 resort In comparison, there Is no placo ii, tntra iv f ,d .fl.t f 1K- ,.vnn. I llko homo,-8loux CitvJouruaL tho "lost causo" was frightfully expen' she, says tho l'iqua (O.) Dispatch. The patriotic p"ople of tho Nation also feel that It is expensive, but that valuo received Is worth moro than all it cost Let tho sacred dobt bo paid. Toledo (O.) Wado. C0"Mr. Cleveland's latest letter of en couragement and Indorsement is to Gen eral l'almer, of Illinois, who Is said lo bo trying to mako uso of tho alien op position to compulsory education in his Stato to assist him In his canvass for tho United States Sonatorship. It will strike a groat many peoplo as rather singular that a man who is making such a canvass as this should bo cheered on by an cx-l'resldent Hoston Journal. t2?"Tho Democrats who aro counting on a great breach In tho Itopubllcan party on tho tarllf question aro prepar ing a disagreeablo surprlso for thorn selves. Thero aro dllferonccs among tho Republicans on that lssuo as well as upon silver, hut thoy aro not great enough to hinder tho party from pre senting a solid front to tho Democrat in tho Congressional canvass this year and beating them moro soundly than they did in 18S8. Clovoland l,cador. Democrat lo MlnrojireAontutlnn. Mr. Hemphill, of South Carolina, In IlEAn carefully what Is said in next week's lssuo of this paper by J. O. Shipley, of Mus catine. Iowa, about Shnllenberircr's Anti dote for Malaria. If you are u sufferer it may oo oi interest to 3 ou. Olekotmeu are llko railway brakomen In ono particular. They do a crcat deal of coupling. Itam's Horn T.viN from Indigestion, dyspepsia nnd too hearty eating Is relieved at onco by biking ono of Carter's Uttlo Liver Pills imiuo- uiaioiy niter uinner. Don't forget this. The trnth about the matter of luck and pluck sooms to bo that somo men havo luck aim some get piucKrn The most obstlnato cases of chills and fover havo been cured In this section by Smith's Toalo Syrup. J. 1:. iroeott, Oa. As Austin shoo-makcr Is writing o hook. Thero will probably bo a groat many foot- 1'iMri.ES nro Inexpressibly mortifying, llemedy Glenn's Sulphur Soap. uiu s nair uau 11 nisKcr AJyo, hj cents. "Hb a pillar of tho churchl Why, he's a pericct iraua. -'sort 01 a puiar-snam. N. Y. Herald. (Jive your children Dr. Hull's Worm Do strovors. Those littlo rnniltns won't, rln his speech upon the election bill, said " vuemmucueooa that Messrs. Evart; and illscock wero on tho floor of tho Senate misrepresent Judgo-,-"Ton yoarsl I should think you would got tired of this forgery busi ness." Prlsonor "Well, It is u check ered llfo, anyway." A dish of charcoal plaoed In a lard er wbero moat, milk, otc, are Vant will Ijojp to koop thorn swoofc ILLOGICAL ARGUMENTS. Tho Nplrlt of .SecetHlon Speaks In a Way That Can Not HOUiuailerHtonil. If the Chattanooga Times had not do voted tho greater part of four columns to a roport of tho very illogical anu un truthful spocch of Colonol Fry on tho 00 caslon of decorating tho graves ot somo Confederate dead, it well might havo been loft unnoticed. Hut when an editor dovotos four columns to any mat ter It is becauso ho knows It will bo "good reading" to his subscribers, and whllo such stuff as Colonel Fry's speech Is held as truthful history In tho South thoro suroly Is reason for tho existence of an aggrosslvoly loyal Republican party in tho North. Wo aro qui to roady to subscribe to Colonol Fry's honorable summary of tho work and condition ot tho Confederate dead. Said he; They havo fought many battles, Thoy have won many victories, ''hoy Uvtt UoUhod thuU viork, ing tho Stato of Now York. This is an outrageous misstatement. Jlessrs. Ev arts and Illscock wero eleclcd by mom bers honestly elected from tho repre sentative districts, just as President Harrison was olectcd honestly by 13,000 majority. Tho latter ovont proves tho honesty of tho former. Thoy don't mis represent tho Stato becauso Clovoland barely squeczod through in 1884, or no causo Hill, tho whisky Governor, was elected. Hut suppose tho olect'.ons had been honest In South Carolina! Hutler and Wado Hampton would not on in tho Senato, nor Walthall and Gcorgo, of 51 lsslsslppi, nor Gibson and Kustis, of Louisiana, and It would havo been a tight squcezo for Pugh and Morgan, of Alabama, and Call and Pasco, of Flor ida. It would havo mado an extonslvo broach In tho ranks of Southern Sena tors had thero been honest elections in tho Cotton States. Chicago Tribune. Honest Klectlone We Must Havo. Tho condition of tho South is that ot tho small boy who doslred to oat his cako and yet havo it. Thoy want to havo only tho white voto, and yet to re tain the power in tho Federal Congress and doctoral college tho negro enu meration glvos them. If theso States wish tho disfranchisement ot a class ot voters, let thorn pass laws which will accomplish it; it is possible to do this, evon with tho fifteenth amendment in force. Then lot thorn accept tho reduc tion of their representation in Congress and tho electoral collogo which this will mako. Thon no political Injustice will bo wrought nr. other States. Hut as no steps are taken In this direction, Congress should, in tho Interests ot the other States, provldo for honest elec tions for Fedoral purposes. "Lot jus tice bo done, though the beayens fall," -r-Toledo (O.) Blade. Peotlb who wait for what Is offered c erally have long spells between meal Milwaukee Journal. THE MARKETS. 11 5 25 mi 13 73 New Took. July , 1800. CATTLE Native Steers S 35 a 6 00 COTTON Middling 1171)3 KLOUn-Wlnter Wheat 2 5 w VVIIKAT-N". J Ited US 'd COltN-No 2...... M'i'tt oats Western Mixed.. .... B2l?a l'UHK Muss.. 13 21 O BT. LOUIS. COTTON-MiddllnB. a IIKKVES-Kjport stoers. M'l a ShlnpInK 4 00 a IlOiiS-Onmmon to Select... no a silISKP-KulrtoCboloe (1J a rr.ouit-1-.itrnts cv a .XX to Choice i 15 WIIHAT-Nu. Ued Winter.. 81'ka cok.N'-Nii. 3 Mixed. anna OAT8-N0. i , !Slt lm: N11.2 , 3 TOHACCO-1.uk (Missouri).. 1 OS jvenr, wuriuy o ai i Ml f 85 8 85 5 01 i 80 3 00 RS nisi Ml 1 to 0 50 a 13 50 a 13 IIAY.-(:iioIuTlmotliy Woo liUTTKlt-Cholce Dairy 10 KliCS-Krosh 7 1'OllK-Ktimilnnl Mess it 11 25 IIAI'O.V-Clt'arlllb O W I.AUI)-rluieBtiam 5ft Ml vvooi-chokoTiin u tu CHICAGO. CATTI.E-ShlpplnK.... 3 50 a 5 01 HOIlS-tluodto 1 Olinlco....... 8 75 a 4 00 HIIKlil'-Uoud toOllolue 3 60 SD i 80 fl.OUIt-Wlnter IMtents 4 75 a 5 20 Snrlnir Patents 5 00 a 6 23 WIIHAT-No-fBnrlnir a 88rt noiiN-Xo. 2.. .. .,, a sm rj.vifs white. j o'jnv n l'OHIC-StniiJardMoJS a 12 00 KANSAS C1TV. OATTUI-Shlpplng Steers.... 8 15 a 4 40 HOHS-Sulesat 1....; 8 50 a 8 70 WHISAT-No. 'JRed 81 a 81 OATS-N'o. 2..,. -..,., 20 a SUU UUUA so. 2 nu-rt'O 01 NKWOULEANS. FLOUK-Itlxh Grade 4 23 a 4 00 COI1N White .,. a 48 OATS-Clioloe Western e(ia 7 IIAY-Chulce , 1C50 a 1; 50 rOUIC-Xew Mas - a 12 25 1IACOV fllnnr Itlh fitba fi COITO.V-Mlddllng 11189 lUi LOUISVILLE. WHEAT No. 3 Bed. COH.N-No, 2 Mixed OAT8-N0. 2 Mixed,),, roUK-Mess HACON'-ciearltib. C'OTl'U.-)dddlloi. 12 15 a so a ns a eo a is 2-v a s i r L,L For Old and Young. al at P TiiK'n I.lrcr 1MIU art at klnilly an tlio clillil.llieilellealo roiimle or lurlrm old age, as upon the vigorous inau. $ Pills m 6ou iimiitats,i!KlL ft: DA1U3K & Cp.'S1 X attetuttl: M and UOwfutl. No Cimnieala ra mA le lu pretention, n fi Mrs Uaa UrM M IX MnafA f Cocos mUtl Tllh SUrch, AmVTlMt 91 8nttr, ted Ii thrrtfom fsr tavH seanoi&lcftl, MMlNf I'm am wnl S nr , Jl II OfllKlmt iMiniftisf, WtMflMtlnfi CiSUT DUttrSD, Sold br Oroeera ererflftleT. W.BAKEE&CODorcho8tor.Ma, DEPENDENT PENSION BILL h.i hiraini a lftW. ilOPtr TtOTTTir to all hoA'tff) discharged Boldlert and Billora ot the Ut war.whd are Incapacitated from canttnv mpport, Wirtowi thi nm, without regard to canift ot death. Depend ent 1'arcnti and Minor Children a1o lntrMtd. .Over yeart' cxrerxince. jtrtYncGn in an partf oi int conn try. Nochartfdff nnnfpoiirul. Writs at once for " Copy ot Law," blank! tfH fH Inatrnctloni ALT. ritia to It. McALI.IHTKIt A Git. ISfcfftBara to William Conard A Co.), 1. O. llox 715. XCS.i4n, II. O. rxana this rria umtj riu. HKlTRY BOOKRATff DEALEB IN J ' DHY GOODS, 'CLOTHIKO, HATft, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCKIl-' IE8, 1HOVISIONS, TOBACCOS, H A HI? WAR K, QUEENSWAltlJ, TIN WARE, OILS, HALT, ETC. I Country Product) bought nnd eoM. Goods delivered free of charge lo' any part ot- tho city. 701 & 903 West Main and Comer of Bolivar Street.- mm '1 ToKscALesx OF. ( $66 (OIHQHAMTON) j. aixkim . o, (If JSy "THU 1?EKP If THK CHEAPEST." koa THRESHERS ifoi fitlSlilett , write io ini uiTt a -ciMiT ,fHUULEBS OWnMBtw uiritio.o. tihf wbre to PENSIONS f ApyliisIS"i , . ... . , . Ik.. (19 r miitTUI liars y.u It rl'ln; p.nmnic out wint relief mwi Trne.nr una rocc,. ....... pproprlite blank and iwlrnctloot for jr ere, llh acopj o the new and fiLrrr) L0N6SHAW&BALLARDlB..'ix 40-KaMB TU1I unt 4Mr M m vitla -A.- 3D W IO-H1, DBAl.tt IN j Oroceiics, Agrloultnra! ImplemcnU WiiStcnia, Spring Wagons, UiigKlei, Rond CarUr Plows, Harrows, Hay Itakcs. Coin Slicllcra, Fond Culturj, Steel Iload-Scrapcra. 701 West Mali! Klruot. 1 F, II. REPHLO. DliATjEIl IN General ileroliandUo, No. (Vest Main Slrecf. - - I CO) R&u YEARBflOK tMcrlbl Ihtlr MM impfj'.a SfiMe, Hilt Knclnra. llorae rtAkp ItUaVBLL A CO. - MASSlLLOHf OHIO. if WtTSrilbyClIIf. nitK.V5 illlbllKEN, Tbouauula of joufii rRft wma la U U. B. 4C4 their llrta and their health and Ibclr happlBfti la Itldtv'l FMd thrir Jtli difi 1 Infancy a 4 Childhood hartai bna hAtfc. By Dreiilt". ftOtxtUff. TrotiiJticii A CU.f jraaaet Mi Great PENSIOH Bill titled totlSamo. hakk this ran Hi Att Widow, laths era and Kathn are en F HO whn tou B-et your money. mankafree. JOSEPH If. lILSTKh, ltj, Wakla(U, D. U (rlTtiiOtiAlotho wciiU itomafb, bow vlH, kldiicya ami blunder. To tlteno orerniii lliclr ritrnctlienliiR quallllvh nro noiiflcrful anniiif Uiciri tti ptr-. form their runctioua an in yoiiiiii Sold Everywhere. Ofllcc, 44 Murray St., New York. TREATED FREE POHITIVELV CntUU wllh Vccctable RemcdltK, flare cared many thousand caeca. Cnre patlfnta pro nounced hopctea dv tho beat phystclAni. Krom Anl dote ay mm cm rapidly dlanppcAr.and In ten day. at leact two third a of nil symptoms are irmored. tiend forKREK 1U0K of UatfmunlKU of miraculous curra, Ten days treatment furnished free by mail. If you oraer inn, Bf iid it rr-nia in aiampa o J1HLF9H,Vr KAHI Till riVXatmr timt )M writ. nrMPIfUlC NowLAW OLAIM8. A.rtornevBt 1410 V 8trot, Waahlnirton, D. C nn a""i T.1ti In nllnnaef If 0, you want a UU JIAIiTMAN 6ieel Wire M At. AUolQlcly fleziblo. KnUomcd by l'ttyilrlanii and U. JS. (lo eminent. Pond orprlu-B. HAllTMAN MFU. C(., BcavtT Falli.l'a. rnAMI Till fAHH.t titu m rnU. NEW PENSION LAW I aOO.OOO OAtnen to bo added to the VcnilSrt 14s. U Jocted and Delayed Claims allowed. Technical!' tlMwlpodnnt. 1UT6 your Claim settled without delay. I'ATUICK B'KAUHKLU Wtiblngton,B.C. -ia tOli ratlt ttry t vnis. SucoMtfUllV PROSECUTEB OMIMO. I Lata inncl pal Examiner U.S. Pension Burtfat. I 3 y if In last war, 15 adjudicating clairas.att'y slora H-HAMI TO IS TAFla wj tiar PENSIONS I "UonT J.H.CUAt.l.ti VS-MAKX ttm PofSft ttrrj tkM 70a mHS. Thousands nndsrtlie ITW LAW. Writ, lmmsdlatelr tot pLAKKa for applies XIJli., Wa.llst.u,U.O C. & L. IAGHER BREWERS, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. 1 KEG AND BOTTLED BEER.; JInvo tlio largest Jlrowlng nnd Bottling Honso West of Bt. Lonls. MOISTKOID KCOUSE W. W. WAGNKH, Proprietor, j 82. OO PBB XD -A."Z". Cor. High nnd Monroo Sts. Enlargcil, refitted nml Itirnisheil.i First clans in nil departments. Ae eoinwodnling nnd trusty porters n6 all tinlns. Klcctrlii Holla nnd Hcsf) Oncst call! and Fire nlarm In every room. Odlec, Dining Room nnd lnrgoit and finest Sample rooms in llie city on tho first Coor. 1 Vfb TOR ZDBER pr.Ai.En is o:d MANCPACTimEii oir I OHIRBLE o AHD GRANITE ' Mo numents and Headstones. AOJolnlog Mtrrlmut's Usui, .Jcffcrew St. I CITY HOTEL- COItKtn I1IOII AK1 MAPISOM STS. " M JEFFERSONCITY, HIS80URI. FRKI). KNAU1', lVoprletor. RATES-S2.00 PER DAY. l'clepliono coiiimiinlpnllons and other modern eonvcnlcneeu. Commercial! men will find it to their interest to ston nt tlio Citv. It la centrally lo cated nnd 1.8 sample rooms nre tho best. Trus-y pollers nt all passciy get trains. - niTrilTA I InTentomthlnantlm4 Adilreis Vr.T.KlTZaEUALD, WASOlliaTua,0.a prso-8 HF.MEDY FOB OATAKltH.-I!cst cncipesc lionet is lmruoaiaw. Cold la tho Head It luia no equal. Enxtf-ftt tn iua. A curo la certain. For It H an Ointment, of which a small particle Is applied to nostrils. lTlce.Wc. RoMbjr druggists or sent by jrwll. Address, K.T. JiAZELTixa, Warren, V tho Pa. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF THAT CAN BE RELIED ON JXTo-t to iSxallt ! JXTot; to 331scolor ! BEARS THIS MARK. BE UP TO THE MARK CELLULOID mark. NEED8 NO LAUNDERINQ. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. To Our Customers. WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN CALLING TO YOUR NOTISE THE FACTTHAT IN ADDITION TO OUR UNSURPASSED READY-PRINT SERVICE, THIS HOUSE CAN ALSO FURNISH TO THE TRADE I ElAtlill Mi Statii IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. OUR FACILITIES FOR THIS VALUABLE AND HELPFUL BRANCH OF SERVICE ARE AMPLE, AND WHILE SOLICITING YOUR ORDERS IT 13 GRATIFYING TO US TO BE POSITIVE IN ASSURING YOU THAT Our Work, is Not Only Good, but Absolutely THE BEST ! IN ORDERING BE CAREFUL TO SPECIFY EITHER WOOD OR METAL BASE, AS WE AIM TO FILL ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY, BE THEY LARGE OR SMALL. OUR PRICES WILL BE FOUND CONSISTENT WITH THE HIGH GRADE OF MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP FURNISHED. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. R. fi. EULtOGG flErjUSPflPBH CO., 308 & 370 Dearborn Street, Chlaogo, 111. 401 WYAHOOTTE STREET, KANSAS OtTY, MO. ao jirrtnsjN st,, Memphis, tehm. THEODORE TANHERJ Farm and Machine Repair Shops BUASS CASfISC9 JftDBTO OlWBIt Give us a "vail for nnytliinp in our line. SallBfaction Riinrntitecd. Simps on Ji'ffi'rson street, lii'twecn Dunklin nml Aalilcy. .THE- " FARMERS' HOIE, " FRED. TKLTrZKI, Proprietor. Having purchased tlio "Iarmcra' Home," corner of Jefferson and Dunklin strceti, nil put evcrylliing about llio prcrr.l3C9 in pood wdcr, I ask the patronngo of farmers and others. First Class Meals and Lodging. Finest liquori, wincg, beer nnd c'gars always on hand. Good liorso and wagon lots. Hates very reason able Vcrv ri'spccifully. FilED. TRUKTZEIj, Trop. F, W, ROER Insurance Agency, JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. ' HENRY WAGNER- -DKALEIl IK Wines, Liquour, Cigars, Etc. NO. 221 BAST llinil STREBT. A fine Lunch counter run'inonnec tlon with tho saloon, where lunch can be had at all hours. BEN.G. VIETH. CHRIS. J. 'MILLER Vieth & Miller, IIEALKRS IN CHOICE ALES.WINES, LIQUORS, Whisky by (lie gallon at low rates, Fa iiilllcs supplied vvllh Choicest rccUi C6y- 2 2 0 Mftillon Street i3 924 ft 92a WALNUT STREET, ST, LOUIS, MO. 71 & 73 ONTARIO STREET, CLEVELAND. OHIO. 177 179 ELM STREET, OIVOINNATI, OHIO 74 TO SO (AST STH STREET. ST. PAUL, MINN. UUJI1MI 4 TllUlDOE, Cil..., 111. , 4 Hukblu, B. C. UtOIIlUEU. W riUMUH Atll, lerred who cn lurnli a bona iia sire linlr ir Cole a-HAlu rail mix wry m. r pi tlrn to tb bu.lnr-ai, 8pr luoracDti my be profitably . mpIoY.,1 alio. A fw ruurlti In uwn nd cltlea. jnilBirn'ST Boo" lpl,r"n'Jp. Arllh. B. I: JOHNSON CO., loon XJn St., H1c1iiiiodi1,V4. K'UMB nMt, Bbortbr.nd.l.. tbim)ublrttiEbl Tm IUI4 II1I1MI U-. fw. .ru. j mUL UlrcnU fr... SSTiirS COIXIM, D.rjU,.I, ntBIAIABIAW"ouarorn4w!44. -"""'' r'".. j- 1STUM A Swndlih Asthma dUBE A. N. K. B. laOO, rZ.rCURED Wl.r.! WltlTWO TO ADVEUTISKU.PI.EAS1! uujiisaoTUEJUUKtew.,r.uiLU,io. r (KC ut Usl t aw tt I1 "intili Utku srxK4 Uil rtlUraolarrfiWf 4 . aaEsSEEEZQCSttSEsfl plll Erl4 To euro Ullloninci, Sick HenJatho, Const!, jistlon, Mularlii, IJver Complulnts, tko the ittto anil certain romeJir, SMITH'S BILE BEANS Po the KM A.IX NUe (lOllttlo Dcainto tho botUo). Tiiar aub tub most convkniknt, rSuttrll lor Mil ABcS, Vrlte at either time, aac. per Bottle.