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OATH EULOGIZES QUAY.
Tlio rurriMpimilrnt llns Snmthln to Bay to III 1'rllnw llnmncrnU. The i-xposuro, ns It Is c-.illod, of Matt Quay, of Pennsylvania, reminds mo ot tliu fiililn of vIOsop, whoro tlio wolf 'met llio lnmb drinking In tho brook, and, wishing to pick a tjuarrol, oxclulmoii tliat tho lamb was muddying tho wator. "That can not bo, dear friend," said tho lamb, "slnco you aro up-strcam from mo and tho brook flows down from you." "No matter for that," said tho wolf, "your father was a scounirol, any way;" and tio proceeded to cat tlio lamb; from which tlio tlrecks drew tho moral that whoro you want to tiunrrol you can easily llnd a motive Quay's offonso, as far as 1 can malco It out, was taking money, or losing money whllo Stato Treasurer, or whon somebody elso was Stato Treasurer, and having It mado up by his friends, if this wero all true, what nn extraordinary Instanco It Is of tlio honor uf friends, for wo have had about eight Htato Treasurers In a tow years past robbing their Statos, and In hardly any case have their bondsmen offered to put up ono penny. Sonio thing realistic must oxlst among tho rcnnsylvanla politicians when tboy thus lay down their lives for a friend. It was onco said: "tireater lovo hath no man than this, that lie lay down blallto for his friend)" but In' tho modern ago tho surrender of one's property for friendship Is a catiso of congratulation and not of excuse. The security of thlngj Is not assisted by achieving tlio wholesalo demoraliza tion ot socloty. It Is much hotter that stability obtains than panic, Tlicso ac eusatlons aro tlio staple ot our politics, and It everybody bcl loved them tliero would not bo faith enough in tho coun try to go to church by. 1 look to a few things in a man to form an esti mate of his character, and among tlicso Is his addiction to his scholarship. l''rom all that lean hoar, Quay is ono ot tho most thorough leaders of general Uteraturo in our public life. I ohseno that bis candidato for Covernor, who is orrly forty-one years old, Is tlio son of a Stato Senator, and his father was a man ot influence, Tim mid went to tlio col lcgo at Pittsburgh ana to tlio Harvard Law School, took three yoars to tho except to malco room lor a butter soldier who was worse off, whllo groat num bora of places, held by civilians or ox-Confedoratcs havo boon glvon lr Votoranv Theso ito facts which can to vorlrioct by tho olUclal records. National Trlt lino (0. A. It) PRURIENT ENTERPRISE. Mrs. llnrriann Junt Cmttplalnt of Of fensive Newiiimner Srrlbbltir. Mrs. Harrison justly complains of the trcquont Impertinent and offensive newspaper publications concerning the lirlviitn nlTnlH of linr fairtllv. Tlln fnp.fc that she la tho wlto of tho rresldorit and . that her Tamlly live li tlio White) llouso should not expose her to filppan't and oftentlmos Insulting publications. Tho household of tho humblest cltlzon In Ho land should bo guarded against tho intrusion of tho reporter and pro tected from tlio oltcnslvo notorloty of a publication concerning family affairs which do not or should not edilcol'll tho public. There Is no reason why tlio prlvnto family affair of a l'rosldont should bo hold Ipso sacred than thoso Of tho peasant. It is truo thero must necessarily ho more ot tho glaro of pub licity upon tho life and surroundings of a high imbllc official, hut thero Is a lino boyond which a prurient journalistic en terprise should nol go. Mrs. Harrison Is right In protesting agalnsj tho con stant prying Into tho private alfalfa of her family by reporters and tho many misleading statements mado In tho press, statements which aro ot llo value to tho public, and In their lllppant ox aggoratlon and misrepresentation can only mortify a family Which certainly should bo treated with respect and con sideration, Nashvlllo (Tenn.) Hanner.. CURRENT COMMENT. C3T0 yes, l'attison and Mack won in Tcnnsylvanla In 1883. Hut 1SS2 is not 1MI0 by a largo majority. N. Y, Trib une. CToung Mr. l'attison, of 1'onnsyl vanla, is a courageous Democrat, and Is willing to work and sweat for glory. Ho has nothing elso In sight. Chicago inter Ocean. Cj!"T1io Federal olectlon bill Is not intended for ono party or for ono Bee- practice or the law, then Locarno a lmsi- , tion. It is not sectional, It Is not par ness man and banker and railroad presl- ! ti,an. but It Is livuln.l tnt fnunl nnr! ,lla. dent, and generally olTectlvo in his lo- honesty wherever thov maV bo found, oallt.y. llo has been mayor of his town ot Meadvllle, and an activo campaigner in years past, a Presidential Kli-ctor and a State Senator. All this has been accomplished in years. Tho only against the candidate is that another politician, who wanted his place, ac cused him of spending monoy to bo elected to the Stato Senate. It seems to mo to niako this state ment of tho political rival and disap pointed creature, tho arraignment of two substantial lives in father and son, Is to loo discord better than character, and to set a bad example as a public teacher. liuth, in Cincinnati I-lnquirer. GROWLING BOURBONS. Tlioy MVro .lust us l!iiri-ninnhly Noisy in IH.l us 'I hey Aro To.IUy. The. frothing at tlio mouth by Demo cratic editors and speakers over tho al lies Moines (la.) Heglster, CB'l)emocrnts who aro screaming themselves hoarso In tho throat and red in II,,. fnn nvixr tl, 7.,,1 n 1 l.,ll.,,l liio 01 ioriy-ono ( l,m haven't said a word as yet regard' point brought out . nir ti, Democratic vote In Con?ross tor tho freo nnd unlimited coinage of ciglity-cont silver dollars. Albany (N. Y.) Journal. C3)TTlio largest colored district In (Jeorgia is tho county in which Savan nah is located. It Is forty miles Ion and nearly ns wide, and has a popula tion of nearly 1(10,000, but only ono voting place. And yet Mr. Crisp says that elections in Georgia aro as freo and ns fair as in any Statdln the Union. Indianapolis Journal. tf"Tlio Republicans havo decided several contests for seats in tho llouso of Representatives in favor of tho Dem ocrats. Tho Democracy will please ob- Irged 'Tore,, bill"' is '(,.lto familiar to vo that the llepublicans scorn to fob all who remember the opposition in ' t io practices w-lilch tho Democrats KiHlor.il 8m ili' Ian-. ra"u' "" nuvn v -ro n a major 1S71 to tb Thai law was direeled particularly to the cure ot the enormous frauds which li.ul been practiced in New York City and which, asSenatorConkllngsald, had resulted in the return ot Democratic ty In tho House St. fjouts Globe-Dem ocrat, tsVlty tho death of General Fromont wo lose one of tho unique figures in American history, a man whoso early majorities greater than tho number of llto wns a UmR ""nance, and whoso on- men, women, children and cats and ' "uoyanuy tu ram- dorrs in the illstrlfis. ( 1,-i.r i 1 1 x- i. I per a'1'1 whoso loyalty, courage and tended more for New YorkVlty han ! llonor pnaljW H,m to ll" Srcat things tho South, tho Democrats m- er'theless , for hls eountry. N. Y. Mall and Ex- regarded tho bill as ouo calculated to ueprlvo them of a fow fraud-won seats press. CSTK.very civilized nation In Europe in Congress, and hence tlioy opposed it ,,:ls !l protective tariff, savo Kngland to tho utmost. Thev fouirht and till-! alone; yet the freo traders pro'.end to blistered against Hand exhausted tho bellevo that tho pas.sago of tho JIcKln language of Invective. Tlio bill was 1 ,P.V ''111 C!1,,u "retaliatory leglsla denounced in Congress as providing """" against usl Kngland can not do "bayonet-rule." anil "capping the ell-, ' without abandoning freo trade, and max of enormity," after accomplishing tho ''Vent will show that not a slnglo tho practical "destruction of the States" , Kuropi-an tarilf will bo changed because and "outraging every sense of honor, ! ot it. Toledo (0.) Made, propriety and decency." Noverthe-1 C"?As the months roll by It becomes less tho bill passed, and during tho 1 evident that Cleveland Is losing some years that tho law has remained thing of his strange bold, and that tho on tho statue book tho only , alert Hill is diverting many ot tho orst fault found with it is that it Is not j whllo worshipers of tho "stuHcd prophet htrong enough. The Democrats them-, of William .street." If tho cholco is to helves have not passed bills to ropeal It He between (.rover Cleveland and David whon they wero in control of Congress, H- Hill tho latter may well bo regarded but now, when It is proposed to i s tho more suitablo man. Unless tho strengthen and amend the act, tlioy bo- signs chango, ho will bo a formidable gin to howl In much tho same fashion as tlioy did when tho original bill was -Minneapolis Trlb- under consideration. Tlioy know tlio absurdity of tho outcries they mako against a law calculated to prevent ballot-box stalling and false counting, but, of course, they can not discloso tho truo ground of tliolr agitation and wrath. It wouldn't do at all to say that they opposo tho bill because It is calculated todoprivo them of some thirty seats ' .o i,.. !,, i,i i,..i ,,i... which they now hold In Congress by ! Snoakershin. and in overv Instanco l,n reason of successful election villainy. has provr-d himself equal to the occa Itwouldnt sound well for thorn to say I gloni nn,i jms carried bis party over tho that all this excitement and turmoil threatening breakers. On tho organl- candidato in lVJi uno. Always Ilquill tti tho fr-:ilii. Whatever objection may bo mado to tho legislation of tho present llouso tho most extreme opponents of Speakei Ueed aro compelled to acknowledge his capacity to lead his party. Ilutfowprn siding olllcors havo been called on to faco critical positions In such numbers aro caused by tho fear that if elections aro mado fair In the South tlioy will loso so many votes that tlioy will havo small liopo loft ol grabbing tho spoils In Presidential elections. Nevertheless that is what hurts them. If the bill would holp them got tho spoils and plundor thoy would glvo it unanimous support Inasmuch, however, as It is calculated to deprive them of fraudu lent representation and mako tho spoils ot olllco harder to got and more uncertain it naturally provokes great howling and gnashing of teeth. Chica go Tribune. FALSE STATEMENTS. An Attempt to Dlsrrrillt Mr. WauumiiUer with the boliliers. Mallclously-talso statements havo been published broadcast to tho ollect that Postmastcr-Oonoral Wan'amaker Is opposed to tho appointment of vet erans, and antagonizes thorn at all times and places. Also, that tho G, A. It. Is strongly rosontlng this policy. Nothing can bo farther from tho truth. Mr, Wanamakor was nn ardent Unionist during tho war, and has a strong affection for tho men who wont to tho front to fight tho battles of tho country. Ho has always shown them tho preference when possible In the Post-ollleo Dopartinont propor thero woro 10 ox-soldlors In pojltion outsldo of tho civil sorvlco whon ho en tered otllce, and now there aro SO. In tho mall-bag repair shop thero are 1M soldiers, 4 sons ot veterans, 5 soldiers' wlvos, 10 war widows and 18 soldlors' daughters, making U7 In all, or :i" por cont. of tho appointees to places In tho gift of tho Postmaster-General. This is, of course, outsldo ot tho regular classified service of clerks, etc., a very large pioportb'n of whom aro ox-sol-dtoraor soldloiu' widows. In the do- jurtrnent no eoHler w tjepo iMapkcod. zatlon of tho House, on tho tarilf bill, on tho silver legislation and In tho Kederal election contest ho has gono to tho front when tho chances of defeat scorned moro than equal, and each Instanco ho has witnessed Republican success on tlio floor of tlio llouso. Washington Post. Kxlrnvncnnt I'nnpffyrlrR. Tho late Mr. Hendricks, of Indiana, was a very amiable, kind-hearted man, and In tho matter ot intellect ho sized up head and shouldors above tho crowd of Western Domocratlc politicians sur rounding him; but it may bo doubted whether it Is a judicious friendship that depicts him as a prodigy of loarnlng, oratory and statesmanship. When Sen ator Tutplo brackets him with Daniel Webster, and Poet Illloy, after saluting hlin as "Leader invincible, Kulor most wise," goes on to credit lilm with an eloquonco which "History's pages ItustliDKly whisper In vuin to relate," tho vory oxtravaganco ot tho panegyric dofoats tho purposo of tlio panegyrists. Hartford Ceurant. A llleli inject c,r Aiplratlnn. If the American flag bo restored to tho seas, let It bo over Amorican-bullt ships and let It represent tho American prlnclplo ot oconomte lndopondonco. Trade will follow that flag. It follows tho flag that tells no lios, that does not palm off a foreign-built and foreign manned ship as an American ship, but honestly embodies tho genuine spirit of Amoricun enterprise and commercial In dependence. Instead of tho froo trador's servile dopondence upon tho Industries of foreign countries. An American merchant fleet worthy of tho traditions ot the country Is a high objoctot Nation' nl aspiration. It oan bo rostored by tho passage of the ponding shipping mcas urcs.-N, Yi Traiung, y , ... - PAT, PERT AND PUNGENT. In speaking of color, "tho wlndi bloWi A titnTTY girl Isn't ofton In a hutry, but sho usually takes a short-cut whon selecting a bathing suit. HusiiANO Dr. Kooto, tho chlropldlst, will dlno with us to-day. Wlfo-All right; I'll ordor cornod hoof. "Out on to tho bloko with tho ealcl mltlcd fcoti'1 yollod tin lrriivordnt Hows boy, tho Other day, as a dtldo strutted by, wearing a pair' oi whltrj duck qVer gaiters. "Wil.t. shoos bo higher?" asked tlio market reporter. "Not until men's legs aro longer arid hotel porch railings aro raised," answered tho paragraphcr, as ho dodged a paper weight KmsT student of medlclno "I say, Krltz, did you sco thoso boys stick out their tongues at us?" Second student "Yes, nnd It docs mo proud. They evi dently take us for full-fledged dOotdrV." A cr.xsus enumorator In Hannibal, Mo., after asking a woman In that city all ho could think of about her family of seven boys nnd girls, finally asked If they wero all whlto. Sho replied: "Thoy generally aro when their faces aro clean." LlTTl.r. llrotber "Sco that pretty bird out tliero In tlio rain. I wish ho would go to sleep In tho grass so 1 could catch him." I.lttlo Sister-' Wily don't you wish he'd go to sleep on tho sidewalk, 'cause then you cduld catch htm without getting our feet wet?" "Do you think your sister likes mo, Tommy?" "Yes, sho stood up for yoit at dinner." "Stood up for mo? Was anybody saying any thing against mo?" "No, nothln' much. Kathcr said ho thought you wero a good deal of an nss, but Kthei spoke up and said you wasn't, and told father ho ought to know better than judgo a man by his looks." A IIiim'Ast, Mo., wag decorated a milk toam that stood on the street Ho har nessed tlio horso wrong end to the wagon, placed an old hat upon Its bead, hung a milk can upon cither side, and a placard bearing tho words: "Sweet milk" upon tho tail. The poor old beast stood ali tho afternoon, causing a smllo to appear on the moit solemn counte nance. Hi: had mado a hearty moal at a res taurant, and, getting tip, he said td tho waiter: "1 declaro If I haven't forgotten my purso," Tho waiter fired Up, and hurled big words at hint for full thrco minutes before pausing for breath, Whon a chanco cnulo tho htranger continued: "Hut 1 havo a five dollar bill hero In my waistcoat pocket."' Tho waiter couldn't smllo to savo his Ufo. A bj:a captain who was asked by his wifo to look at somo piano? whllo ho was in tho city with a vlow of buying her one, W rote homo to her: "1 saw ono that I thought would suit you; black walnut hull, strong bulkheads, strength ened fore and aft with iron frame, scaled with whlto wood and maplo. Rig ging: steel wire double ratlines and whipped wiro on tho lower stays and heavy cordage. Delaying pins of steel and well driven home. Length of taff rall, over all, six feet, ono Inch; breadth of beam, thirty-right inches; depth of hold fourteen Inches; hatches can bo battened down proof against ten-year-old boys and commercial drummers, or can bo clewed up, on occasion, and sheeted homo for a fl ist-class cyclone." ON SCIENTIFIC SUBJECTS. M.v.MSTKit'i: has an aqueous volcano, a spring 'J.IO feet wido and 400 feet long. Tho water and sand boll up from adepth of 05 feet and throw tho llttlo lako up Into conical shape. It suppliesacreek 20 feet wido and 2 feet deep tho year around. Tiiuouoii tho medium of tho locomo tive telephono signal two trains ap proaching each otlier establish commun ication by closing tho circuit when two miles apart. Tho ringing of a gone warns tho engineers, who, by means of the telephone, can tall: to each other. Tun fact that tho waves In tho North Sea differ In bhapo when caused by a northeast wind under high pressure from thoso caused by a southwest wind with low barometer. Is considered as a proof that tho air In an antl-cyclono Is o descending current and tho air In a dy clono an ascending current. Exi'iMilMK.Nrsby means of photograph ic plates In tho Mediterranean Sea show that In Hi o middlo of a sunny day In summer tho rays of tho sun do not pen ctrato tlio waters of that sea a depth of moro than ono hundred nnd fifty fath oms. In September tho dlstauco pone trated Is much reduced, tho depression on tho plates at tho above depth not being greater than that mado by star light. Nnv.tliA has what aro termed "trav eling stones." Thoy aro described as being perfectly round, about as largo as a walnut, and of nn ivory nature When distributed about on tho floor, table, or other level surfaco within two or threo focj of each other, thoy at onco begin to move toward each other until thoy mett in a common ocntcr and there llo huddled In a lmncb. Thoy aro largely composed of magnotle Iron ore. THE MARKETS. ' A Very Good Iteaion. ?firi1l,mild' by lr. John Hull, of Louis JIllh. Ky,, rftjndor.ihad.lta snVsincreatw so fopldly. At first thoy Ucgafl.M W MHtlSr tcr or a halt dozen, but found that, nfflolint was somotltnoi sold Id tt single .flay), dnfl no w they say thoy nro obliged to buy in hair gross and gross lots in order to keep a supply on hand. Thoro Is a very good reason why Smith's .Tonlo Hyrup should soil so wclL There Is not much nowspopcr advor- vismg uono, out it advertises ltscu. livery bottlfl used u ail advertisement for It docs Cxactly what ft Is expected to do. Jt vVM proak up tho clitils and, level; In less time .nan any oinor drug, it will, prevent una julckly curoeoldMnlliienrai la Krlrtilei e'lfi. fn fact it caii 6d Substituted for ridlljflS In bvory Instance, and with better satlfac' liv.it JU. IMS UUUUb 19 U1U1U Will. 4MIU 1 U- llable, and it novor leaves tho unpleasant effects that qulntuo sometimes doos. Marhi CD: Sig.ial . Dors should.be seen and tboi heard, says tlio ndago, but when they are whistling buoys they should ho heard n bother they are seen or not Texas Slftlhgs. , biiETdW, Kaxsis, Aug. 22d;i8S9. A. T. SiULtsstnsiiaijn 1 Co., , , you monoy order for another ab'ien Mulntla Antidote. In our own family wo can not do without ttieso,pllls. Thoy havo cured tho lung fot.br, prevented typhoid and chills by their liso, and wo havo not needed doc tor since, I.hav.0 kept tho pills for sale inbro than two yours. I gave, them to a two. tnontht'-oIA baby that hud chljls, half a hill at a dose, and It worked llko a Charm. Tho medicine docs not sicken tlio stomach, and docs not Bttoct tlio nerves like quinine. iruiy yours, W. Mcl. UinTiN, 'llinsl go," sold a llttlo boy who, In a rough flea, was thrown from his berth nnd Hurled ngaliistndoor, "tronl plllttr to jjoatl1' outlrs Companion. Nothing Without It Sting. And that, too, fn tho shape of tho heartburn (most abomlnnhlo of acidities 11 after eat ing, if Indlgraon, in its chronic form, has you In its clutches. Neither; It It had; tan you long expoct immunity from biliousness nnd constipation, its pleasing colleagues, tho hidoous trio vicing each with each to rendor your llfo moro miserable Got Hos tetter's Stomach Hitters at once insist upon tho gcnulno In glass nnd use It with rational persistence. i iiavc no grudge against fat people,'' said tho steamship agent, "but 1 ulways give tticia a wide, berth If 1 can." The IlacUot Worth Hundreds or Dollirfe My wlto used only two bottles of "Mothcrts Friend" bcioro hcrtlilrd confine ment Bays slid Would notbowltlioutitfor hundreds of dollars, llad not half as much troubld as boforti. , .Dock Mii.r.s. I.lhcoln Parish, bit. Write The Drudllold ltfiVlntor Co., Atlanta; (Jit.; for further particulars. Bold by ull druggists. til-flower of tho family Is usually born to blush uniccn except to tho young man frtrorcd by her parents. St Joseph Nows. Any mnn that puts an artlelo lti reach of overwoHcil tinmen to lighten her labor Is cer tainly a I'tuefnclfe. Cragin & Co. surely eotno under this head In making Dobbins' I'.lcctrlo Snap so Cheap that aft can use It 1'iiu glvo it a trial. Politcnkss 1b characteristic of lawyers. Ono of their clilot delights Is to say ploas. Hlnghamlon Republican. Have you reud tho advertisements of Mnlier & (Irnsh, Toledo, Ohio, In this paper ntid previous issues!. If not, better do so. They tell good goods nwfullv chcni, aro perfectly responsible, nnd .will do just as they promiso every time. "I'm not In it," was the proud remark of tho Lemon, with a scornful glance at tho Circus lemonade. Lowell Citizen. Wnr dnni. vnn ifv Pnrler'a T.itttn t,lvni tills! They nro a pesiiivo rhro for sick headache, and all tho Ills produced by dis ordered liver. Only ouo pill a doso. Ax umbrella Is a rcmarltablo paradoz 'from tho (act that It Is at Its best whbu U3cd up. Philadelphia Press. CnuiaTTtoehlldrca: Boclag thorn sick ly, peevish and cross and falling tu glvo them Dr. Hull's Worm Destroyers, u pleas ant candy medicine. Ttie youth who wakes up fresh as a daisy Is likely to go to bed tired if ho keensup his freshness all day. Puck. It Is positively hurtful to use ointment for skin diseases. UseMlenn's Sulphur Soap. Hlll'8 Hair and Whisker Dyo, 60 cents. MAxt a man who novor speculates In leather frequently takes a flyer In harness on tho road. Any ono can take Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills, they aro so very small. No trouhlo to swallow. No pain or griping after taking. ir tho boj s do not kiss tho misses, thou tho girls will miss tho kisses. lllngbamton Loader. Chills havo been very common In thoso parts, hut Smith's Tonic Syrup never fulls toeurc D. II'. MeJlruu, J'eru,Ark. It Is tho man who Is too full for utterance who never knows when he Is loaded. Bos ton Post J. A. Jonnsox, Mcdina,N.Y.,says: "Hall's Catarrh Cure curod mo." Sold by Drug gists, 75c. i acknowiAdob tho corn," said tho hen, "but it sticks in my crop." Blnghamton Loader. ' , .Yo O .dim In Plso'sCuro for Consumption Cures whoro other remedies f alL 25c. A DDTcrrr.il who gives light weight sells by tho meat-.trlck system. Texas Sittings. NSW York, July so, iM .ssc 3 .... ta I 73 4 hi a 33 m t 79 Hit 5 4a 1 Oltl 42 1-00 - 11 00 OATTI.K Native Steers COTTON Mlddllni.... PLOIIIl Winter-Wheat WHEAT-No. i Bod COltN No. J , OAT8-Wctern Mixed POUK-Mosa ST, LOUIS. COTTON-MlddllliK UEEV-S-Kxport bteers.... Shipping HOGS Common to Select.. SIlKKl'-Falr to Ohulco .LOUU-l'atcnts XXX to Choice WIIEAT-No. t lied Winter. COltN-No.2 Mixed OATS -No. 2 HYK No. 2 toiiauo Laura Lent, llurley iiai uuuiee liuui!iy JiUTTElt-Choico Dairy KGGH Fresh roltlC Stundard Mess IIACON-Clour Itll) LAUD Prime Steum WOOL-Cholco Tub CHICAGO. CATTLE Shipping HOGS Good to Choice SHEEP Good to Choice KLOUll Winter Patents .... Spring Putent9 iviiKAi-no. .spring ta COltN No. 2 a OATS No. 2 White , a POltK Standard Mess a KANSAS CITY. CATTLE Shlnnlnit Steer... . s 40 a HOOS-Bales ut i 6714 - 4 40 a 4 110 13 8 73 m i 73 4 75 a -MM )lH'a a 51 il l 05 a t as a ll oo 10 . 11,1 4 C3 4 23 a 01 4 75 4 83 5 10 VI tut 351, a l so a a so a ll oo a 12 s'ta 51 d a if 23 6-83 i 23 3 81 50 4 85 5 20 WHEAT No. 2 lted OATS-No. 2 COltN-No.2. NEW ORLEANS. i'LOUR IIIrIi Grade COHN-Whlto OATS Choice Western HAY Choice POItK-NewMess 1IACON Clear 1Mb COTTON-Mlddllnir LOUISVILLE. WHEAT No. 2 lted COKN-No. 2 Mixed OATS No. 2 Mixed 1'OItK Mess IlACON-Cloar 1Mb POT-TOff-MIWIIflJ-.,,,,.,. 4 81 3 115 5 to I 43 5 51 1)1 43H ftj) 4 40 8 70 87 31 4 00 52 17 00 5 23 a 53 a 41 a 17 50 a 11 87 .... a cvt lltta lift .... a 68 .... a 4J .... a aa It to a is w (i a - eu. 1 1 All the year round, you may rely upon Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to purify the blood and invigorate the system. It's not like the sarsaparillas, that' are said to be good for the blood in March, April and May. The " Golden Medical Discovery " works equally well at all times, and in all cases of blood - taints, or humors, no matter what their name or nature. f It's the cheapest blood-purifier, sold through druggists, because you only pay for the rood you get. Your money is returned if it docsn t benefit or cure you. Can you ask more? '" Golden Medical Discov ery" contains no alcohol to inebriate, and no .syrup or sugar to derange digestion. It's a concentrated vegeta ble extract; put up m large bottles : nleasant to the taste, and equally good for adults or children. The "Discovery" cures all Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous affections, as Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum. Fever-sores, Whit- Swellings, Hip -joint disease ana Kinarca aliments. BI.CYCLESKHH WIUTK FOR CATALOGUE. ST. LOUIS WHEEL CO..II1 N. rrtwtli airert. 81. UaU. M DO yfHrli'AfJ 'JtS -M9f .1' WiM-IMS' tudoricd ,. i-byiici.n, ud U.S. QOTtrnmtnl. ..Sena tv. .il... 'I A it I HAH V, WiiBHTII w fc CAINttSS, rlkUi9 EFFECTUAL W6RTH a GUINEA A For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS Sick Headache. Weak Stomaoli, Impaired Digestion, Oontipatioii, Disordered Liver, eto,, AftTiun f IKE MAOlCon tho vital oraans. strenqthonlnn tho tilUsoulaP system, and arousing with tho rosebud of health 1 Tfitf WiMe ITiJsIcjI Encrpy of the Human Frame. beocham'i Pills, taken at Directed, will quick RESTORE FEMALES to comploio hutUh. SOLD y ALL0RUCCISTS. Price. 20 cents per Box. Fware-oslTbyTIIOS. BEE0HAM( Si. flelem, lioaM-, EagUiia, Jl. r. AT.t.l'.X CO., Bo AT.t.l'.X CO., Sol AnMl fatVnUM MrtiH, Hua tiui uiimi nr!nc ,i,n fir, lour rlrtuiiiHl ilft- nffl Atni thtml ( mntt Jwechnm't VUU on .wljil or prlcc-lut inquire flrttj 2"'2I' "'"V"1T-J 5row l-Airinhhe liclhhof' Vlbhey use 8AP0L1 Of . Ihi.ci p-.cinltrl c.tWe. ofrscourin! covn u.;er- rrtrril cl5ninf v purposes. AU frocc?f.keepln LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST ' B &rLWhr works herself to doalh In tho cflorl. If (( hottie doe not I.ook as brlsM M phi, ti gels the blamc-ll things aro upturned while liMMtoanlnj goes on why Hmm htf again. Ono remedy Is wllhln her reach. II sho uses g A POLIO werjthliia will koH clean, and (ho reign o! house-cleaning disorder will be quickly over". v u aajtA . tr ls-rtM l icaa HJ3NRY BOOKRATir vttkvan IN . , nnv nnnnD nrnTttlKn 1TATS. OAlS, llOOTSi S1IOKS, GROCER. IES. rnovisiww. luuftvwi ir Cnn wan V OITlSti'.NRWATlB. 1- V -11 1 41, 1I TINWARE, OILS, HALT, KfC. J Counlry. rroducfl bought and sold Goods dcllvucd free of charge toil any part of tho city. 1 701 & 903 West Main and Cornof: of Bolivar Street. PMVet 14 Both tin? method nnd results wttu Syrup of Figsistalccril it japleftsttflt And refreshing to the taste, and nets fcnlly yctpromptly on tho Kidneys, liver mid Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches nnd fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its Kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho tnsto and ad ceptahle to the stnlnnch, pttiHipt iix its action nnd truly beneficial in Its effects, prepared only from tho most hcnlthy nnd agreeable substances, Its many excellent qualities, cord mend it to nil and hnya made it the most popular remedy fenowfl. Syrup ot Figa is for sale in. 500 and 1 bottles by all leading drug, gists. -Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA F10 SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, Kf, llW XOIIK, N.t. Gil - IMa il l 11 Jtl"l zmtLlSlUS W . ' K PATtNItO AUO. 16, 1887, l5"W3?iiJ!' OAITAM-? B0D T SILT Vahd susrlhicai f S , . .1. n. r .lhii femtUflfi rtiaj r,1T IO BMPOJHIBI.I rSTIIS OI M WtkU .1 -.. Alsonn CleotrlA Truss nnd Belt Ooniblrlorf. Send fia. M.t. for r.ii Oliifl'S fAt.l y.M, wkltk will bS cm you Id pl-a i..l.d .dt.Iop- -efltl.Bi.fi rtt -dMl OWEN ELECTB10 BELT API-lAJIPS CO. 300 North Broadwsr, ST. IXjUM. XA 826 Bra-lwsr, NEW YORK CITY. i r. 6 wen?. ELECTRIC INSOLE FOR DYSENTERY, BILE BEANS. Try " IlILE BEAUa DMA-X." (40 little beans In each bottle). Very small easy to t-ke. Price of either size, SQo. tar buy or youb dsuoqist. CAitTP.rt, Tex., Jan. 1(1. V hnvn uird " nlle 1i;uii.im for n lonir time. and tbey bavo gtrcn porfect satlsfuctlon In each case. J. C. McDanbi.i. . Ms Pills will onyo tho dysrtefftlo front tunny tlnys ormlscry, nnd ennblo lilm to oat whatever ho wishes. They pref-Ol Sick Headaoiie, ontino the food to nnsllriilato nnd nour ish tho body, glvo keen oppctlto, and Develop Flesh nnd nfilld Wiisolr. Klcgnntly sngai coated. Price, -Bote, per box. SOLD EVERYWHERE. TRAb- MARK. Tho Braid that Is known tho world around. BORE WELLS ! Our well klftcblririar. the mm t HKLI1BLR, DURi BIJt. ttT-EVRt M.I intj ao nuiir, wunw ana ni--l-KAT-CII PltnriT. Hicy riMHII Wfllswhcre ethrr FAIM Any nlt, S tfitlici tu it luchei Ulamettjr, LOOMIS & NYMAN, TIFFIN. - OHIO. srniux tuis rAFis rt UM JtAKE au m MflNFYl M rA lwJflOatalOBUo PATENTS! FcrHTErtTOtlA, 40.pt nuwft ruim. Aaart It Uv. WM-llXtM, I attdTumofi Cured, no knlfn.boosi fc.lln, Orntlunt .bit nab I 163 YAm fit recti CluclPna.t, VhUh r.fiMl THIS Mrx 1tf (h- rMtmH. GANGER! DIOVPI CC nftltordl()trtei,$tO;ron..$.'i. Ullafett. DIuluLCd'naw, J70 anl uiiward. (let Hat nd lUtt prefer nee. IMSTAtlMEiTL Knictit CycU Co., St, Loifc ATDA..C OmDCT I rorwlinewewminftHroamp1etwht1ei(ile rrtcet, and d-p-ndonqanlltr InRUC OkUnCI I ofth-Rooditoryour future trJp. Bend for M-pteo free Hit nd.-OurBtock. y-1. -ntfi ilm-n h'rni rut 1 ft-ftrt slini two hlkd. , 48-J flTfl fort!,Jfn-h iteel Sbeor. Wc thta nil nu near., ii.w, poiiptvia. i I II l f MM IH-Ml-i i Mahir Grosh, 6 8 Street, rfc L I i T I CAPILLINE Oreatett Chpmlr&l DIipotmt ot thm aira. Ma Dion nffd to l bald or frray, Warrantad to provtnt or cure errr cats of baldn.Bii. A Ueltcloui per f urn and anrtraled lialr dr.KHlnir. tl per lottl,Ireobrrnatl oreipresi on iccali'tot iirro,ln hank draft or raonT omer, paramo to CAPILLINE MANUFACT URING CO., - - 1E MoJJ?!, IOWA. TJI1I T11U PAJIR -srj tMya T bout tad- f jeuaf piraaai wen-tn la lh U, 8. A. w thilr Htm and their haltb aad ihrir happtiM u Hid t rd ibdr aaiir DUt la lfaar aMdCh11dh-ielkkVltra H ttiaiv r imu dj irBi(ii! UrUTH IIIDIIO TWO H8BeaUyp. WOOMtlCII Ul VUI 1 Ulln. VW.g s mm. DEPENDENT PENSION BILL hai become a law, 91a Per MONTH to all honorably dlicharjred Baldlera and ballon of the late war. who are Incapacitated from earning1 a tupport, Wido we tbe same, w Ithout regard to cause of death. Depend rnt Parents and Minor Children also Interested. Over N years' eipcrlence. Iteferences In ail parts of the country. No charge If insucoeaful. Writ, at once for Copy ot Law," blanks and full Instructions Al 1. free to It. lie Vl.I.IHTKU A OO. (Successors to William Conard &Vo ), V. U. lloz T15, Waahlnta( 1. O. TKAMfTUIl rirza i-H7 Uf-trMwrtta. NEW LAW floLDiina, Bailors, WlrlAai unA hll dren. Ho difficulty lu proTliiit claim. No f till yLi set pension. Advice ind bUnksfree. Write stat Ins case. T . O DMH.MODV. Attorney nt I vw, . - WAflUlWUTON, ll, C, taraim tail yvtB .-. ttM teante oTeXt PENSION Bill Is Passe d.r.r t-Ktiit Vftthera ara II tied to la a roo. Fe 110 when you get your moncr, Hanks free. JOSirii H. HlUKKt iu,VklaxUa. D. (, arHU.I TBI! FATia fm-T mtjmwt PENSIONS Ens . m-nm rim 13 m Clrenlar shevlst wae tn a. UUed Badcr KBW LAW seal .RIB. FHtlOlfi-ftMunil. TAULXAUUK T ,.! AIMIE. Calcif e. III,. Willi L nENSION-.ter.?.'-: r' Hucooiiruny rnuneuuTsv wbAiMOi Late Principal Examlaer U. 8. Pesilea Bureau- i yra In last war.l. adjudlcatlnir claims, atty since. ' fsTflaTUUrxu.srrtMfMaN. PENSIONS Thousands KNTTXXXD under the riiflw lAW. Wrtu Immediately for lrAWKB for TnHr-. tloru J.lt.CHALl.E Ai:n., Wa.hlBHa.U.a srsiu xoia raxa a ttwy vm wi-a. T. . X) KX!Gr'f.rC,. dealkb iii- J t Orocoties, Agrioulturnl Implomanti Wogons, Spi'.ng Wagons, Biigglcs, Road Carts, Plows, Harrows, Hay Rakes. Corn ShelUrs, Peed Cutters, Steel Koad'Scrnpcrr, 70 1 West Mate Street, cenn vciPciiiniyTFFi.'-t.wiii ... "a 1." !!t7TTT(?urNacHrlrl. UusinMi parmtnt nl nd pUu.nl. Writ, for p.lelri. Ul rss.AL Fus. Co., Ho. 400 FMln UW , St. M fine uinnu HiaTii,-i. ii.driM. I RrC WUnni"a.trlreiil.r. l-nl. lM.ii ,nt. Nollln7 ll.rml.i. Ccrlnln. O.O. nim.ll'. "VrwclOQi' la.. tu Jr.n.nn ati,... c mj.1i. pi-.. EDUCATIONAL. L-lei l-OLLKCI ud COSSEOTATOIT, 11 Soo-lt.UTt-hri,srror--rri. Ail.fiO. riaatbeiiUBUrBpll. riia ireuadi baUdsit.ElretrtS U.oU, 8tcn lt-Ufi,t, MCXIOO MO lruju xiue rum ttsrj ar--nu CTAURPRnV lin noumal, nrsr. HANI) COL.I-KOE. Uoard. tuition od room rcutlfiS per rear. 9 yeaTs old, 30 teacliin. Ko a loon, nenmorircocauiogue, -i-m cr-nADUV a finon that I --,VJi-r-n l JCASVTOtKAilN, In it Inn n,in in initi miiill. nitlllllio DOIIIIDGI mntmt tiucuaph s.HioL,iiuriifiiei,iti ahi lata tiri um im aa VnilUn UCUIn Tele, I wvny rnssi Agent' rood situations, writ . OTKAU XBU raU mrj Hawyta slta, i Tel emptor a ,'e Business her j.l). mtoww, and -tallraad eresndaaairi Deoaiia, mo. UIVUlDr. COLLvauTi Ii-moTB Hest ecconmo nnlllnlllf datjons.loweitrates. rail term opens Kept, 9, 'W. Send for caUlogu. P.p. Wad worth, A.M., L Itemarkabie result by a nUAUbRII ViiIiUn, V MI0N COLI.KOKof LiW.Cblc.io. K.llTorm b KtD.sep(,no. sorcirouiurja.il, uootn, CUloMtt A. N. K. B. 1302. ass - DlMinUirfTiisnt-DTU-tt- rt j1;'' "t yfj nl f Ttrms h sm i'I'' I fl, RE PH. p. DEALER IN .v, General MercUandlto, Ncs. COk (Vest Maii' Street. C. & L. WAGNEo BREWERS; JEFFERSON CITY, MO. EEGAND BOTTLED BEER. Havo the largest llrcwlng and Bottling Homo West of St. Loiils. xvcoisnkoB l-iousB AV. W. WAGNKR, Proprietor. $i,oo ?3a id -r pj, r. High nn'd Monroe Sts. ,' En1aftfv't refitted and furnished. Fi'.Mt-ciasf n" departments. Ai eornmo'lotinft , nl trusty porters at ' KlertrVt! lwfe w "tJ Hc.s Guest call nrl Klrc alarm fn V"y foo" Olili... Room sm! a-!eit and llncst Sample rooms In Uht U V on the urst floor. VICTOR ZUfc3ER CEAI.EH IS AKt) JIAlSUFACn.Jvr0'' MARBLE . AND GRAHITEi3- Mo nnraents and Headstones:; Adjolnlni Merchanfs Bolr,.IelTerioii SL CITY HOTEL -OfWRH IllfJll A1W MADHON TS. T EPPERSOHCITY, MISSO'JJRL FRED. KN'AtJP, Proprietor. x RATES-$2.00 PER DAY. Telephone commiinlcalions and other, modern conveniences. CoinmKrcIhl men will And it to their inlcrBst to stop at .the City. It is ccntr To catcd nnd i; sample fooms nn'tlio. best. Trusty porlers at all pn-Hu-ger trains. ' THEODORE TAfflERJ Farm and Machine Repair Shops "Ml ASS CAJflNOS MADK TO OKDKR ' Give us n vail for anything in our line. Sallsneilon guaranteed. Shops on JeflVrsuji street, between Dunklin nnd Ashley. ' ., " FARMERS' HOME, ", FRED.TRL'RT.UL, Proprietor. Ilavinp purchased the "Farmers" Home," corner of Jefferson andl Dunklin streets, nnd put everything: about the premises in good order, I ask the patronage of farmers ftnili others. I First Class Meals and Lodging;. Finest liquors, wines, beer aijill c'garw always on hand. Good horso' nnd wagon lots. Rates very reason able. Verv respectfully. FjlKD. TRUKTZEL, Prop. R W, ROER Insurance Agency JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. HENRY WAGNER DRALRIt IN Wines, Liqnour, Cigars, Etc; NO. 221 EAST IIIOII STftKKT. A fine Lunch counter run in connec tion with tho saloon, where lunch can be had at all hours. BEN.G. VIETtf. ?HfllS.J. MILLER Vieth& Miller, DKALKllS IN C1IOICK ALES.WINES, LIQUORS, Wlilslij by the gallon at low rales. Families supplied villi CholrcM grtili tr 2 U Madison Street fSa ME To care Blllouineii, sick IlosJsche, ComU patlon, Mslsrln, Liver Compllnt, tsko th ssia snit certain reined, SMITH'S BILE BEANS Use- 'be NHAt.Ii SUe (40 little Besns to the llOUlS). TllEV AOS TUB MOST COKV-MENT. BultabU lor li rrlce or either else, eae. per Pottle. rr.SrUU!s 1 lti'.