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WAR TIME HEROES.
THE GRAY AND BLUE. A qttnrtrr of n ml!t southeast from Iho crest tf MlMlonnry ltlilgo, n Ittlto ntmrt from tho sci'tio of tho fiercest c-onfl ct. under n ctump of lnhrcls, nt tlio ctose of thai memorable battlo wero found two soliUrri ileml, ono tn gray and otio In blue. Thoy were lino specimens of joiing tnanlioml, lying them with unllcaon their fucei "nso.ilm ni to n nlRlit'a repose," with their hands clnicdm In n last fiatrrnal girpllwr. Thcro they ncro tmrled, alilo tiy side, and tho pink nrbuttis blossoms cover theirlnnely Rraves In thccarlvdtysof Southern springtime, when tho inocli-llrds slnsnndbeiiillnulaurelswhlsper to each other of that llrst and last Interview on tho bloodstntncd sod. 1 found them sleeplnir side by Mdo There on the mountain hoary, Ono wore the blue how brave ho dledl Ami ono the Rrayihls story Bhonoon his bojlsh lips of prhto Tho holy anuel s Ulsstntf Tho pain of death had defied The roll) hath named him "mlsslns." Ho clasped the foemau's hand In his Apart from all tho others, Ilenenth tho laurels moclt birds sans: 'ltet well, oh, fallen brother! The snbro'a clash, tho battle's hall, Shall waho no more jour slumber. Nor dream ofhome.jtior sonars of love, Illend with tho I ntllci thunder." It hecmed as If Iho (Jray's enuteen, To bless his brother Riven, Had left his iivmi parched lips untaxed llxeept by dew of lleavcul The nine's torn shirt had stanched tho wound Tho phastly and tho pory Of brother Cray; the rochs uround Clave echo 10 thelrstory. AVhllo tender shies looked down upon "Willi penns of rejoicing, '(lod's love and brotherhood hath won 'I ho very winds were voicing While all tho stars blether Mtirf Tor l.'nlon yet uubroUen, t)ne bndherhood:" the welltln ran;;, "Ono banner for Its token"' II. S, L. Thompson. In Leslie's Newspaper. HIS WIFE'S LETTER. Why a llrasr Soldier lteserleil I'roni the Ctiiifederale Army. A New York lotter in tlio lialtlmnrn anrrlrnti says: TIiito vvat buriril at iiTPiiwinul tn ilay a man with u curious history, llo lnol been a Conftvlorato nil tlior, as liravt as any of his comrades, but lie ileerteil liis army ilurititf tlio war ami was trleil ly court-martial for doing so. I.'ihvanl Cooper wasliisname. l'or tlio last year lie has been lhlng at No. ;!5." l'oiirlli atomic. Ono lili nl: Pci-cmlier morning in IT." lie was before :i court-martial ot tlio Army of Xoi'lliern Virginia. Tin; iirisonei' was toM to liilroiluro ills witnesses, lie re plied, "1 liaus no witnesses." Astonish eil at tlio calmness Willi which ho scorn oil to he submitting to his inevitahlu fate, (leneral llatlie said to him: "Have you no ilefenso'.' Is it possible that you abandoned your comrades anil deserted your colors in tho prcsoiicoof, tho enemy without reason'.'" "There was a reason," replied Cooper, "hut it will not avail me before a mili tary tribunal." "I'ei'hap-. you are mistaken," said tho (Jeneial', "you arn charged with, tho highest crime known to military law, ami it is jour duty to mako known the causes which lni'.uencod your ac tions." Approaching tho president ot the court, Cooper presented a letter, saying as he did so, "There, General, is what did it!" The letter was olTorod as the pris oner's defense. It was in these words: liear l'.duard: Mnco your connection with the Confi'-lcratc nrmy I have been prouder or jou than enrbeb.re. 1 would not luvo you do any uim'.Mvrons lor mo world, but before Unil, llduanl, unless you com" homo wo must diol Last nlcht 1 was aroused by ntlln IMdle cry. In?. 1 c.ilbM tn him am! said: ' What Is tho matter IMdle? ' lie repl.ed: ' O, mamma, I nm so hungry." And Lucy, your itarllu,' Lucyl hho never complains toil phu kious thinner every day. I.'r,f Cod, IMivanl, unless you comu home we mut d.ej Vol'H M.tltY. Turning to the prisoner, (ieneral llat tle asked: "What did you do w lien you rooohvil that lptter?" . "Cooper replied: "I made application for a furlough It was rejected. Again I made application, and it was rejected. That night as I wandeied about our camp thinking ot my home, the wild eyes of I.ucy looking up to me, and tho burning words of Mary sinking in my brain, 1 was no longer the Confederal" soldier but I was the father of Lucy and tlio husband ot Mary. "It every gun in the battery had been fired upon me, I would ha"o passed tho,o lines. When I reached home, Mary (lung her arms about niv neck and cobbed: "O, my IMward! 1 am so glad you got your furlough.' She must have felt mo shudder, for she turned as palo as death, and catching her breath at every word, sho said: 'Have you come without your furlough? do back, Kd ward, go back! Let mo and tlio ebll died go don ii to tho grave, hut, for Heaven's sake, savo the honor ot our names!" Thcro was not an ollleer on that court martial who did not feel tho force ot the prisoner's words, hut each in turn pro nounced the verdict guilty. The pro ceedings ot the court wero levlewed by (ieneial Lee, and upon the record was written: Hu.Uigt'Ami.ua A. N. V. 'The llndins of tho court approved. 'Iho prisoner Is paidoned, and will repoit lo his coin l'tuy. It. L. Lk.e, Uencral. THE FIRST ATTACK. How (iiivviin'K New York llatlery l)ls ImlKiut a C'oiifedernto Sentinel. While Cowan's First Now York Inde pendent Jiatlery was camped at Now port News, Va in lsrti, an expedition was organized lo penetrate tho enemy's country. Our battery and ono brlga'do moved out early ono morning. March ing several miles we eaino out of a pleco ot woods into an open country ot per haps a hundred acres or more. Directly in our front, on the opposite of tho Held, was a heavy pleco ot woods. As we eamo into the field wo halted and looked around for Johnnies. Homo ono discov ered tho enemy at tho edgo of tho woods, across the field from whoro wo stood. Ilo was vlslhlo to tho naked oyo and was thcro for tho purposo of resist ing our advance and making war upon tho Yankee invadors. llo was ono sin gle, solitary cavalryman doing vldotto duty, lly tlio right into battery and unilm bor, was our ordors. Not considering tho enemy in suthciont numbers to opon with the whole six guns, only ono gun was used. Tho acting Captain, T. J, Kennedy, carefully sighted tho gun, but wishing to mako his flro as destructive as possible ho caught hold of tho hand spike at tho trail of tho gun for tho pur poso of gottlng a bottor range, and in his oxcltemont ho gave tho ordor to flro beforo ho lot go of tho hand-spike, tho recoil of tho gun nearly upset him, which caused tho boys to laugh, and matlo him vory angry, but ho kopt his oyo on tho enemy, and when tho smoko from tho first gun had cleared away tho enemy was still there. It tookiwoor three shots to dislodge him, hut ho final ly foil hack In good ordor. Of course tho Infantry rendered no assistance In driving back tills one particular enemy, aHUougU tliojr wore drawn up in lino ot our rear ready to nsMsi tw In onlie WO woto chargod upon, hut wo felt equal to tho emergency and wo claim tho ohtlro honor for this achlovulnent. Looking through tho woods whoro tho trees wero scattering we saw another Confcdorato mounted upon a whltohorso. Turning our gun upon him, a hair dozen shots woro fired, hut he still remains rd stationary, and wo concluded to waste no moro tlmo on him. Thoro has always been a doubt In my mind as lo whother there w as a genuine Johnnie or not. '"'onio ot tho boys claimed It was nothing but a negro cabin which had been recently wliltevvashedi Wlillo olh ers said it was n cow. Al any rate, when we passed oer the ground a week later, the cabin was tlieret and hail been late ly whitened. Widl we had mot tho cn eniy. True, he was In small lHinibors, but he was alive and Well, nnd wn had II red our first shot at tho eliemy fts It lid was not any more numerous on that par tleulnr occasion, It was not otir fault. II, id he been present In larger numbers we should have went for him Just the same. Later on, we found him q it I to plentiful and always on hand torn light. Well, after we had repulsed Iho enemy, we unhitched and Unharnessed and went Into camp upon the battle-field, and Hpent the day talking over tho exciting events ot the morning, and In the even, ing wo returned to camp, leaving our picket rope, a force being sent next morning to tenner It, hut itwas.gono mil a new one was furnished. 0. 11. dales, In American Tribune, DR MARY WALKER. The War Iternrd of I his Most lientrlo American Vt'ntu.in. A regards Senator Hvarls' hill torlllu relief of Dr. Mary Walkef tho records of the War Department do not go far to ward substantiating her claim fnrglOit Ubo. They slale that Mio Was profes sionally examined iuul nominally com-mi-slimed as an assistant surgeon. Tho laliguago of the report niado by the ex amlnliigsurgeon slates that Dr. Walker's knowledge ot materia niedlca is not su perior to that possessed by any ordinary housewife and that he dochioil her only competent In actus a female nurse, Not withstanding this report sho was as signed to duty as nomiir.il assistant sur geon, with the fifty-second Ohio Infant ry, then in tho front, so that sho mlglil have a ehanco to go through tho linos and get information of the enemy, ller Intrepidity Is well-known to tho army ol the Cumberland, ller s.elf-assignod duty as a scout compelled her to masijuerailo for the first tlmo in men's nttlre. In that dress she was captured, but tho dis covery of her sex saved her from being hanged as a spy. Sho was sent to lllehiiiond, and while Imprisoned sho endured all the hardships of the other prisoners. Her knowledge ol i.'dlcino proved of great benefit to the I'nlon men. After n while liberties weie given her that w-oro unusual. The authorities permitted her to walk up aid down the prison enclosure on the outside. She never walked alone, how ever, but was always escorted by a huge bloodhound, who was as faithful to the Confederate side as she was loyal to the Northern side. Ho would lag along bo hind until the limits of the walk were reached, when he would step to the fl out and cause her to turn around again lie could not speak, but hlsattltinlo was very significant. This is a fact well- known by all of thoso unhappy prison ers who were confined in I.lhby at that time. She was sent North on August lb. lifol, and soon afterward was placed In charge of the female prison at Louis ville. Subsequently sho was sent to Clarksburg, Tenn., to talto charge ol the llefugo Iloine. ller commission ex pired on .May S.", lsu for her service" she was paid altogether SI.'JIU.M. She now draws a pension of Mo a month. Sho Is almost blind, and is obliged tousotho most powerful glasses to see. Added to that Infirmity she has lately broken her log. and Is sufiering much pain. Chica go Journal. THE GRAND ARMY. No (iron Iiik Ibnilis from Willed Iteerulls Cm tie Prmv li. The dnmd Army of the 1'epuhllc Is a unique orgaiii.alliui. In the words of a past comiiiander-in-ehtef: "No child can be born into it: no proclamation of pres ident, edict ot King, or likaso ot Czar can command admission: no university or institution ot learning can issuo a diploma authorizing its lioldor to en trance; no act of Congress or Parliament secures recognition', tho wealth of a Vanderbilt can not purchase tho posi tion: its doors swing opon only upon presentation ot tho bit of paper, torn, worn, begrimed It may be, which certi fies to an honorable discharge from the armies or navies ot the nation during tho war against rebellion." And un like any other association, no "new blood" can como In: there are no grow ing ranks from which recruits can be drawn Into tho (Irand Army of the lie public. Willi the consummation of poaoo through victory, Its rolls were closi d forovor. Its lines nro steadily and swiftly growing thinner, and the ceaseless tramp of Its columns Is with ever-lessening tread; the gaps In the picket lino grow wider; day by day de tails are made from tho reserve, sum moned into the shadowy regions to 10 turn to touch elbows no more; until by nnd by, only a Military sentinel shall staird guard, waiting till tho buglo call from beyond shall muster out tho last comrade of tho (irand Army of the lto public. --(ioorgn S. Merrill, In Now Eng land Magazine, Tlio tie of Quinine, Thcro Is no questioning the fact that qui blno la a valuable modlclho as a ton to, nntl periodic and anti-pyretic, nnd that its dis covery has groatly hoiued tho causo of med icine. HUH In a mnlority of cases its use Is cot nltogcthor satisfactory as it frequently deranges tho system, Producing headrtchi, ulzzy feelings, convulsions nnd sometime tven paralysis. It was tho endeavor of the) eminent Dr. John Bull of Louisville, Ky to ihvcntn substitute for qulnlno, something that would havo all tho good qualities of qulnlno, nnd yet ho entirely frco from Its ovll tendoaclos. How admirably ho suo ceedod is evidenced by tho estimation In which his romcdy Smith's Tonlo Byrup is hold by the poonlol whero It Is host known everybody uses it in ploco of qulnluo and It nover fails to glvo tho Very best of satis faction. In cases of chills and fever It Is absolutely a safo and certain euro. Bottled IsntaNiTioN first Flask "I'm broke" Bccond Flask ''That Is Just what I expected. Tho lust tlmo 1 saw leu, you were full." tlrako's Magazine, its rjicellent Qualities Commend to public approval tlio California liquid fruit romcdy Byrup of Figs. It is pleasing lo tlio eye, and to tlio taste and by gently acting on tlio kidneys, llvcnmd bow els, it cleanses tho system effectually, there by promoting tho health and comfort of all W ho uso It. I.n Texas It Is unlucky to find n horseshoe if n tiorso happens to bo nttuched to It. Ycnovvlucs News. Home Seekers' IgtrursloiU At HALF HATES, VIA. WABASH LINE, will be rim Beptoiuber Dili and 23d, mid October 11. h, to points In Southwest Mil sourf, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, In dian Territory, Oklahom i, Texas, Colo rado, Now Ilex co, Wyoming) Utah, Idaho, Mnutunai South and North Dakoti, Iowa nnd Minnesota. IUtk-Ouo Faro fir Hound Trip. For tliuo tables, tickets and other particulars nnply to the nearest tlckot ngout of tho W uba3h or counccllug Hues. The melon trust has been squashed and tho soJu water apparatus trust has fizzled out Philadelphia Ledger. Wii.mstok, FiomnA, Oct. 18th, 1SS9. Messrs. A, T. Siiallekiiuhoku & Co , Rochester, l'a. (lentt; Slnco my first order for your Antidote, in lSbl), I havo kept tlio medicine constantly in stcck. It is un questionably tlio best mcdlpino for chills I evor saw, I know of one ensj of eight months' standing wMch was cured perma nently by one ifo.i, hftcr all other fcmciUc had failed. I havo never Known It fall to euro lit a singlo instance. Yours truly, J. 1. Eri'EitsoH. Avoin exposure to tlio damp air. That would even take the snap out of a glugct cooklo. Bingliauipton Republican. lr Onlltr of Assault una Ilattery tTpcn Jour stomach with blno pill, pody phyllln or other rasping purgatives, jios itlvcly despair of helping your liver, vio lence committed upon your Inner man will do no good. Ileal help, prompt nud thor ough, is to bo lound In tho wholesome anti bilious medicine, Hosteller's Stomach Hit ters, which is, moreover, productivo of h'np py results in malarial disease, rheumatism, dyspepsia, nervousness andkldiicy troubles, "AriEit being discharged, I nm lead Into bad company," as the bullctrcmarltcd when In lodged In a trump. Jester, Invalius, aged people, nursing mothers, overworked, wearied out fathers, will find tho happiest results lrom a judicious uso of Dr. Sherman's Prickly Ash Hitters. Whcro the liver or kidneys aro affected, prompt action is necessary to chango tho tido to ward health, cro tho discaso becomes chronic possibly incurable, and there is nothing better to bo found in tho wholo rango of rnu(o m mctlfca. Sold everywhere TitmiE may bo "sormons in stones," but don't Imaglno, friend, that thcro nro "rocks in religion." Uurvurd Lampoon. Mr wlfo had been so long afflicted with chills her health became very had. Qulnlno did not agree with her, and I concluded to glvo her Smith's Tonlo Syrup, nnd to my ustonishment two bottles made her perfect ly welt 1'. U. Loo, lilgbco Valley, Miss. Biupest medals nro all right; but If s studeut meddles with too many things his studies will bo Interfered with. Texua Sidings. Tiir. peculiarity of Dobbins' Electric Roap is that it acts right on tho tflrl and elntnt in clothes and makes them pm c as mioic, nt tho same thuo it irir-H the cUithis, nnd makes them keep clean longer. Have your grocer oruer it Tnr oyster will remaip at tho seashore nil uimmftr. Hut. Iho elum will bo most, in society. N. O. Picayune M ust not bo confounded with common cath artic or purgative pills. Carter's Ltttlo Liv er Pills aro entirely unlike them In every re spect. Quo trial will prove their superiority. "I'm having a 'gallus' tlmo," suld the old bachelor, as ho mended ono of his suspend ers. N. Y. Journal. RANDOM SHOTS. Mii.wavki:i; is to have a soldiers' monument. Piiir.o Pr.M'ir.T.n, of Shelby, N. Y,, when bo wont to the war a .beardless boy sent his host girl a picture ot him self, but It was lost. Ilo tecontly saw Ills name In a list ot letters accumulated in the dead lnttor ofllco during tho war He sent for tlio parcel, and tu tho now old man tho young picture brings a flood of memories of other days, (1i:ni:ii.u. (liiAXT'scaliln, brought froi tlio banks of tho James river and placed In falrmount Park, Philadelphia, for preservation as a war relic, Is fast going lo decay. In this cabin (irant Issued orders for Sherman's groat march to tlio sea. In It tho Confcdorato Commis sioners treated for peace, and, afler Sherman reachod the sea, underltshum blo roof Lincoln, (Jrant, Sheridan, Mendo and Admiral Porter mot in con ference. Ox tho ovonlng of tho first day's hat tie of Shlloh, which had hcon a dofoat, ttin Onni'l lirmnnlnp onion In llnnn.nl 1 (irant and told him that if ho was again .defeated on tho noxt day ho could not ! transport tho troops (about 05,000 In number) if It was necessary to cioss tho I river, (irant asked him: "How many I can you handlo'.'" "Ton .thousand," ro- plied tho (juartormaslor. "Well," said 1 (irant, "if wo aro dofoatcd you will, bg i nbloto curry nil that aro lijft." .-Ft m i 's omrH(6fit;iil' On the mciid tho consumptive who's not ha tch of judgment and' good sensd. IIo's taking Dr. Plcrco's Golden Medical Discovery. If taken iri timo and given a fair trial, it will effect a cure. Consumption is Lung-scrofula. For Scrofula, in its tnvriad formn. and for all Liver. Blood and Lung diseases, tho "Dia co very"- is an unequalled rcmedVi It's tho only guaranteed ono. If It doesn't benefit or cure, you get your monoy back. You only pay lor tho eood vou cet. "Discovery" strengthens "Weak Lung's, and cures Spitting of Blood, bnortness of iircatn, .bronchitis, Severo Coughs, and kindrod affec tions. Don't bo fooled into taking something else said' to bo " just as good," that the dealer may mako a larger profit. There's nothing Vt all liko tho "Discovery." It con tains no alcohol to inebriate no syrup or sugar to derange dU gostion. As peculiar in its cura tive effects as in its composition. Equally good for adults or children. Flannel next tho skin ofbjn produces a rash, removable with (llcnn's Sulphur Soap. Hill's Hair aud Whisker Dye, SO cents. ROVR Ijt tbft roiiGiia Annmnvntnu ii,q) havo been bom in Padua, Exchange. CONDUCTOn E. D. Loomis, Detroit, Mich.. says : "Tho effect of Hall's Catarrh Cure is wonderful." IVrlto him about it Bold by Druggists, 75c Paiichkd earth is not cond for tho growth of parched corn. N. O. Picayune. Neolectino a child troubled with worms may cause It to have eplleptlo fits. Horri ble I (Jivo It Dr. Hull's Worm Destroyers at onco and savo tho child. Tax only reliablo ground hog Is tho com roou domcstto pork sausage. N. V. Herald. mcui. urwcb ijiluo Silver i iiia, iry luem. Tiik man who goes tn a seashore resort for change frequently comes bonis with out any. Boston Courier. uest, easiest to uso and cheapest. Piso's Itcmcdy for Catarrh. By drvggists. 25o. THE MARKETS. Nkw Yonic. Aug. 20, lm CATTLE Natl vo Steers. S 3 75 a 4 05 COTTO.V-MlddllnK llftVH 11 KLOUIt-Wlnter Wlioat. B 23 l 6 25 WHICAT-No. Jlted 107 a 1 10Uj COHN No. 1 WiO 63 s OA'IS Western Mixed 43 a 49 l'OHK Mess 12 M tit U 2i ST. LOUIS. COTTON-MlddllliK a HI, 1IEKVES Kxnort Sluors 4 40 a 4 so Shipping a oo ta 4 oo IIOOR Common to Select,... a 35 a lii HIIKKI' Kulr to Choice s 23 a 6 00 n.OUK-1'atents 6 00 ' 6 20 XXX to Choice 2 TO B CO WHEAT No. 2 Ited Wllltor.. 11 K 111 COltN-Nli. 2 Mixed IGUjU VA'l OATS-No.2 87 a H'l KVE-No 2 01 a C'J TOIIAUCO-Lugs (Missouri).. 2 00 O 9 00 Leaf, Hurley...., S 15 ( 9 00 HAY Clear Timothy. 10 oo a J I 00 llUTTEH-Cholce Dairy 14 a 10 KOlirt Kresh mid is l'OltK-Stundard Mess a Jl ; JIACON-Clear Ulb CVta 6A I.AltD PrluieStoara (a &lfc WOOL Choice Tub a Si CHICAGO. CATTLE Slllpplm? I 23 a 4 70 IIOGS-Oood to Choice 8 CO O 4 10 SIIKKI' OoodtoOlloIco S 60 a 4 60 KLOUK Winter fiUonts IK, a 6 GO BprlnKl'.itonts 5 20 O 6 50 WHEAT No. 2 Sprint' a I oiu COHN No. 2 U IStk OA'l'8-No. 2 White 86 1CV 1'OlllC Standard Moss a 11 23 KANSAS CITY, CATTLE Shipping Stoers... 8 23 a 4 40 HOGS-Sales at 8 25 ft imi WHEAT-No. 2 Hod ,' .... a UJ OA'IS-No. 2 3iVia S3 COUN-No. 2 a 15 NEW ORLEANS. FLOUR Well Urudo 4 01 a 5 40 CORN Willie , 65 10 ffiOj OATS-Oholce Western a i'j II AY-Choice i 10 00 it 16 60 1'OltIC-Ncw Mcs t ltV,i llACON-Olear Itlb a on COTTON Middling a 11HJ LOUISVILLE. WHEAT No. 2 Red 0, 68 CORN No. 3 Mixed a (1 OATS No. 2 Mixed , a to fORK-Mosi 13 00 U, II 60 llACON-Cloarltlb SO" 6 Ml ivi-Wl mmiB..i in,,,, ii r BITTERS Ono ol the most Important organs ol Iho human body Is iho LIVER. When lltalljlo properly perforin Us lunctlons tho enllrt system becomes deranged. The BRAIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS, all reluse loperlormlhelrwork. DYSPEPSIA, CON STIPATION, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DIS EASE, elc, are the results, unless some thing Is done lo assist Nature in Ihrowlnf ofl tho Impurities caused by the Inaction ol a TORPID LIVER. This assistance so necessary will be lound In Prickly Ash Bitters ! II acts directly On the LIVER, STOMACH and KIDNEYS, and by Itsmild and cathartic effect and general tonic qualities restores these organs to a sound, healthy condition, and cures all diseases arising lrom these causes. It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tones up the system, and restores perlcct health. II your druggist does not keep it ask him to order it for you. Send 2c stamp (or copy ol "THE H0RSETRAINER," published by us. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO., Cols Proprietors, ST. LOUIS, MO, Tint's Pills SAVES JICONEY. Ono box of these- villi tvlll KV rtianr aollar Iri doctor btlUi Thof r pecldllf ilrcpafe'tl na al Family Medicine, nnd anppllci n want Ions felt 1 lier re liiovo itnliealtlif accumulation rrera tlio body, without nauaoa or crlplns Adapted to romia and old. Price, 26c. SOliO EVISUYWIIERE. GOLD MEDAt, PAB13, 1878, W. BAKER & CO.'S Bretet Cocoa It abtolnltlv pur and it U $otutle. NoChcmical8 trt ueS lo Id prtptritioa. It htt mart lAa tkre ttmtt tki trmgth ol Cocoa mixed with fiUrcb, Arrowroot or Sugar, end li therefore fir tnort tttorKftnletUewffflff tut than m ttrtl tup. II li ddjclouf, nouriimog, trttiglhfDlnjc, Eabixt DiailTlD, nd tlmlribl tdtpted for InTilIJl ii well for pcrioDi In htilth. Bold by Grocer verrw.ier W. BAKER & COuDorohester. Mass. mm Hi lliTtlsU mm iruiiiiliiDixirootlll StSS? itrtftmlM u Uii'i Ti ni CuUU4 iitn.i OA Jli3r f DnMlM OLD CUIMS jiWTXt.ri tlflfr NEW JJLT. B6ld ert. PM CATIONS TA ICICK1 -Mini rail tiirwytfiM Att 'irtroJKATioi; PATJU0JC Jjtt Pen Hon Amtnt, STMblugton. I).U Cn b caailf afid pcntitw ,Arntnd' Ltnrjtilft Frsc. rlitmt) 10 pRCBtffe on dlmfl. TIIR PRD1NB CO., 858 llrodwr, H. Y. YOUR FEET sp; enled, con. Pmptilt Fr. gampla ! C? Al Q I AN JonNr.MOBni8t lVAlilnaton.. O Buooeiifullv PROftKOUTKS CLAIMS 5 jriin ut wr, ioajuaicninif cj irflAMiTflti nriAimrttMrM BJalnu, ftttjr iluc. PENSION! Clretltr Wfi wfe rt f 4r ew lav im run. rNtieiftnoettifui. TAIXH 1 DGI A TAUJI 1 DO t "Offr ni., WMkUirtoft. t.u Thousand t KNTITLKO under the NEW UW. "WrlU ImmadlAUlw far "i SLAKKS fof rlipllca Uon. J.n.rKAIXK JUVtK. WMMRia,ll,a mrnkM this rirxv t7 at- PENSIONS mt, NofMtlnff. lUrmleu. Cerlnln Ooo. IMtneU'i Trcloai" Jlid., 70 Franklin Atcdq. St. Loali, Ho. every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF THAT CAN BE RELIED ON JXTo-t to Stpll-t! 3Wot to Pisooiort BEARS THIS MARK. BE UP TO THE MARK TRADE ElLULOlD Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IH A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. CUKES WHERE ALL BetCoush87rup. Tutei good. inumi. Bold DT Q! ikwi:im ELSE FAILS. m At good. Cm R1 rnnrliU. fil Ask Him ! Who P JONES OF BINCHAMTOH, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. What? Why on Gcatos " He Pays the Freight." ForlNVKNTOBS. 10 rI BOOK FUCK. Aldrtu W.T. Pltim.ld. Allarpr iLmw, H'ublQi'OB, l. C. In tlm Bold by OgOIi?ltSlHlTill We offer you a ready made medicine for Coughs, Bronchitis and other diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Like other so-called Patent Medicines, it is well adver tised, and having merit it has attained to a wide sale. Call it a "Nostrum" if you will, but believe us when we say that at first it was compounded after a prescrip tion by a regular physician, with no idea that it would ever go on the market as a proprietary medicine. Why is it not just as good as though costing fifty cents to a dollcr for a prescription and an equal sum to have it put up at a drug store? E. T. HAZELTINE, Warren, Pa. 4 1 1 4 IueIADIES 1 JOURNAL UCSAs an inducement to you to send for copies, we offer for 30 days from the date of this paper (this ad vertisement appears but once) to mail to any address A Copy of each of the Last Two Issues. On Receipt of only 10 Cents. a circulation of nearly a million copies each Has half issue. We want to place it in the hands of a million families, and, IN SILVER OR STAMPS. (Rtgttlar Price on the News-stands, joe. per Copy.') A Icq our handsomely Illustrated Premium Catalogue, showing over rwou a thousand articles which can be obtained free of cost, or for part work and a small part of money. Also including " Hints for Artistic Needlntork." by Mrs. A. R. Ramsev hand- soinely illustrated! and "Designs for Needlework, from the Kensington Art School," by Jane S. Ofike, of London. KffALL of the above mailed tor 10 cents it ordered at one. TV. i. nn,!. tirety withdrawn 30 days from date of this paper. t I HE Ust two issues of the 53 ! i 4 two issues of the JOURNAL contain same sneclnllv trnn features, including "My First Sermon." bv Dr. T. De Witt Tilm.... an interesting article on "Promiscuous Bathing;" Oaitlesof Newport: "A Country Courtship," a full-page, handsomely-illustrated poem. Illustrated stories and articles in these issues by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, Harriet Prescott Spofford, Rose Terry Cooke, Jenny June, Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, Frances E. Willard, Mrs. Mary J. Holmes. Kate Uoson Clark. Louise Chandler Moultoh, Maud Howe, Mrs. Lyman Abbott, Julian Hawthorne, Mrs. Frank Leslie. Twfnty-iKhtpAs In kkndume cover, lilted with original mttr for tba JOU JIN A f, nd profUMly,lllustrtl CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. with the finest cum, drawn expressly luring juunnAuur iu muni eminent art I ati. Jlandnotneat periodical ever U sued for Udlei and thu family. t I I I HENRY BOOKRATH DBALEB IH I DltY GOODS, CLOTniNO, HATS, CAPS, MOOTS. SHOES, GKOCER- ies, rnovisioNS. tobaccos, II A RD WAR E, QUEENSWARE, TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. Country Produco bought nnd told. Qoods dellvircd free of chargo to tny part of tho city. 701 & 903 West Main and Corner of Bolivar Street. Jf1- -A.- 3D "W XG-TSIH, -DE ALU 11 IN J Groocmi, Agricultural, Implements Wagons, Spring Wagons, Buggies, Road Carts. Plows, Harrows, Hay Rakes. Corn Sbeller, Feed Cutters, Steel Road-Scrapers. 70 1 West Main Street. F. II. REPHLO. DKAXEIt IN General Mcrcliaudlia, No. C0I West Min Street. C, & L. WAGNER , brewers; JEFFERSON CITY, MO. KEG AND BOTTLED BEES.' Have the largest Brewing and Bottling Houso West of St. Louis. WIDE-AWAKE TRADESMEN hive learned by eirxrleoc tint the onj mterprool cot they cm eU to a cowboy or hunler U tho Pommel SUcker with Iho "FUh Urani" Tnulo Uk on it, Ther to th Uit wlerprool toAUo cou Her mid. They keep tho uddle, the hone'i beck, toil tU rlJr tborouihly dry mil wjrm. No uddll (ore bom (ho tilliol ol t wet uddle. When nud u walkloi coil Jh tt. tenilon front butlone Mtk, ond the Slicker It chanted t onct to n crdinaJTcot. Juit try cue, they cott but litllo and will pnrtnt coldi, f eieri, rheumatuni, and other reeulu to oxpoiura o the weather, llewaro ol wonhleie Imitation, etenr garment lumped with " Flah Brand " Trado Mark. Don't accept ur Inferior coat when yoa can havt the "FUh Brand Slicker" dellTered. without ritra coat, JartlcuUra and Ulaitrated cah tloiua free. A...aJ3WS'l-3itn M HOME WANTED iron Homeless Children, . ESPECIALLY BABES. Tha American Edacatlonal Aid Association IlAa provided l.ooo ohlldren with homea In famt tlwrf.of wblcli4UO were placed In the year end ng June let, 1UUQ. Oenerallr cbttdren reclTod onnr the eare of thla AasoeUtlon are of M1C1A1. lUO.UI8B In intelllf ence end beaUh.nnd era In aire from one month to twelve yean, and are atnt PlclStS to tboee receiving tbem, on ninety dura trial, iinleaa on acooant of dletanoo a SPJPCIAJ. niKT-utrr laotherwieamade. AOdreia REV. M. V. B. VAN ARSDALE, General Siip'L Jtoomal, S80 L sella SUeet, thlcajo, 11U IF VOU WANT TO KEEP OUT OF THIS USE BILIOUS BUTTONS." SOLU 11Y ALL UllUOGISTS. niPVPI EC.IlallerdlBarlee.liOlooae.fi. BalllaleUee, DlulljLC4se,t70 end neirart. Oat Uil and eute PENSIONS' Now LAW OLAIM8. Aelr lliioB. Suras & Co. Attorney!, 1410 P Btntt, Waabinrton. D. a BOAHC1I 0FWuE9-ClveUnJ, IUolt, titlca9. AfiTUMIA.Bwedlih Asthma OURS AO I rifwl AM ii nrn b fuin mm u (mii avMm. Will mtll mtl uUilCU inttote CDCE7 TJllMI TU1I TirtX flH7 UMiMVitt. EDUCATIONAL UNIONCOH.V-dKof L.UV,Cblctiro.KHTrrabt gfmaopt. I, t or olroular wvdd.lf, Uooth,Chioo UdlM VOUIOI t1 COISIITaTOIT. 11 8oaU(UT-hm.irrtrM-f.. Al.00 ruFiHtiUiiii.ruiii. riuutMii DdlldBii.KltftrltUfbU, tUl Ut,Utl,U. MKXIGOiMOa TELEGRAPHY ftAoISlPtg; TiTuton nr... In I mikvlltnanta. Wi uiUt ta rxialllona IIBtriNfilHT TCUOIArH ICM-Ol.llllTlllllCl,!!. TAMM TD1I laVUHNI Uat JfMtm. UNIVERSITY Coureea In AOBiCDLTtmci Knoiniikiso. M. ohanlcal.Clvll,ani Mlnlngi AltomTBCTUH!iOHCU. larriY, bTATuiui. IIiiTohTi KNauiu and llouiiut LANOCAaui akoicmt lanuuauh. Preparatory eouree of one Tear, Women admitted. Addroee 1 CHAKFAIQK, ill. eouree of one vear, Won SEUH H. PEIbODT, LL D A. N. K. B. 1305. THEODORE TANNER.1 Farm and Macbine Repair Shops 11RASS CASflNOS MADK TO 011DKK Give us 0 sail for nnylliinp in our line. Salisfction guaranteed. Shops on Jvfferson street, between Dunklin nnd Ashley. THE- rrnrrf wniTJWo to inrimttii ruin et'te UK yea aenr Ut AtvarUeaatuU la UI4 eeei t " FARMERS' HOME, ", FRED. TRUETZEL, Proprietor. I Ilavinp purcliased tho "FarmcrB Ilomc," cornor of Jefferson and Dunlilln strccU, Bnd put eveiytliinR about tlio premises tn good order, I ask tho patronago cf farmers aud others. First Glass Meals and Lodging. Finest liquori, wines, beer and c'gar always on hand. Good horso and wagon lots. Rates very reason able. Very respectfully, FRED. TRUKTZEL, Trop. F, W, ROER Insurance Agency, JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. HENRY WAGNER -DF.AI.KK IN- Wines, Liquour, ClgarsrEtc;- no. 221 east man stukkt. A fine Luncli counter run in "connec tion with the saloon, where lunch can be had at all hours. BEN.G. VIETH. CHRIS. J. MILLER WhlekV by the callnn nt low rates. utiles tumilled with Choicest coc BST 2 2 0 Madison Street -a welwa Tfn To euro niliooanese, Hick IleaJacho, ConiU. patlon, Malaria, Liver Corcplalnte, tako tho tale and certain' remedy, SMITH'S BILE BEANS ftS ' "MAM, BUe (10 little Beam to tha VotUe). THr AM TUB ICOII COHTKMIEXT. 1 flea of cither tela.. B8e. per Mottle. I(ISSINRu7.i7.7o?s;yjy I r Suitul : w"""'" leoppere ar itamril, .iatlTatXatari.t"tmiLtH3,-tT,Uyu ajjj awg MONHOE HOUSE W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor. $2.00 H? 33 IR 3D .A. ST. Cor. High and Monroo Sis. j Enlarged, refitted and furnished.1 First ciass in all departments. Ac commodating and trusty porters uS all tiains. ' 1 Electric McIIs and IIcsh Guost call and Firo alarm in every room. Office, Dining Room and largest and finest Sample rooms in the city on tho first tloor. ) VICTOR ZUBER DEALER W AND MANUFACTURER Off j O-MARBLE o AND GRANITES- Monnments and Headstones. Adjolnlcz Merchant'a Bank, Jcflereon St. j CITY HOTEL1 COIlNElt KIOII AND 5IAIH30N STS. rJEFFERSOHCITY, MISSOURI. FRED. KNAUP, Proprietor. I RATES $2.00 PER DAY.1 lelcphono communications and oilier modern conveniences. Commercial men will find it to their interest to stop at the City. It is centrally located- and Us sample rooms'are tho best. Trusiy porters at all passen ger trains. Vieth& Miller, DEALERS IN CHOICE ALESAVINES, LIQUORS, 1.