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WAR TIME HEROES.
THE TWO OLD SOLDIERS.
You don't nuito remember! Ahl modest old
remm?
T.M Yea, wo civ grny ori1 n llttlo lilt mcllotri
Hut II from tho Hinde o( yon .twltctlng thicket
Should creep lorlh tho enemy's tiirllunt picket,
We'd prick up our ears, nnil we'd rum down tho
cnrtrldL'e,
And scent Kiime that's dlflcrcnt from squirrels
and partridge.
Old fellow I
Think! Aye, now you've h t It there Aad"bten
eoinc tldhtlni;,'
Old boy, u hero tho hail storm of bullets was
blighting
And deadly. Ono half of tho company shot
there,
All heroes, whoso blood has made sacred tho
spot there,
Ahl now you remember. Yes, Death icat Ac
lighted. (He'd hclda rcccpllon, nnd we'd been Invited,
Old follow I)
We resled that night on the Held, In ouriilaecst
The moonbeams seemed trying to kiss tho dead
races
That lay there! whllo slowly I called the roll,
giving
The names of the dead with the names of the
living;
And when I called yours n strange feeling came
ii er me:
I dreaded to look at the thinned ranks before
me,
Old fellow I
I called you no nnswcrl Hut who was Ihnt
crawling
Across Iho torn 'earth where tho shot had been
falling!
"He's here!" answered some one, nnd up you
came, dragging
Your pour, Mounded limb; for jou wouldn't be
lagging
At rolbcalll "I'm present," you answered, and
sank there,
The truest of all true heroes In rank there,
Old fellow!
'I cared for jou?" llless your old buttons
don't sav It!
1 owe you much more, but 1 ncer can pay it.
Tor wo two were messmates, llh! Yes 7.
warm wcuihcr,
And tears come from dust nnd tobacco to
gether! Come, let us go In. Hark! the children ure
singing
Our grandchildren! Time has been swift In
his Inglng,
Old fellow!
J. c. Maey, In N. 1!. Magazine.
WEEPING LITTLE LOU.
A Tmiehlng Incident Iti tlic rniiornnm if
tin- (Irent lt tu ition.
It v:is In January, lbO:t, tho wind nilu
lod with rain unit sleet, swept mourn
fully thrutifrh the forest of cedars that
hoi'ileicil Stonu river. Thoroails, called
plhes down there, deep-seamed and fur
vowed hy tho wheels of heavy army
wagons were soft or sllclcy with toupli
clay and almost impassable, yet artil
lery was mining to tho front, cavalry
and infantry soldiers hurrying forward
silently, hut with a stern purpose, to
check the expected attack on our left.
Not a camp-lire eheeied the dismal sur
roundings, not a huglo note or a loud
word of command, for llosocrans was
quietly massing his forces on the left
center to mow down without mercy
the thousands who were soon to fall
a sacrifice in tho dreadful Inmost of
liatty.
Long rows of dead, slilo hy side, lay
alongside tho pike, for identillcatlon, a
sad commentary of tho axiom that the
bullet is no respector of persons and a
mournful Illustration of tho soldiers tin
knelled fate. Nor were these all. Alone,
forgotten, with no soft hand to smooth
his war-worn brow, or hreatho a prayer
fur his gallant soul, hundreds of miles
from the proud, loving clrclo of his
Inline, in the dense cedars ot that bloody
lialtlelleld lay many a soldier dead or
dying for the cause ho gavo his life to
win tho splendid Hag ho died to save
from dishonor. Klsowhere, across the
Held of tho still unburied dead, from
their rain-sudden, muddy-trenches, the
shivering sharpshooters kept up a des
ultory tiring that boded no good to any
rash enough to expoo his person to
-Jheir aim. No Hies to warm, no rations,
but dry field corn. Men slept w rapped
in wet blankets, in tho cold, clinging
clay, while their leaden hearts weroas
gloomy as tho leaden skies above.
till near another pike, and out far from
tho sceno where the glorious Hill Sheri
dan's division saed from utter ruin tho
panli-strlckon veterans of that grand
army, stood a small house, used as a
temporary refuge for tho wounded,
marred and splintered with bullets and
shell, ono cannon ball having plowed
liter tho floor, spattering the room with
its red work of destruction. It was
scarcely the placo to find mi old womai
and a llttlo girl eight years of age. Sho
was standing by tho house w Itli an offi
cer, lie found hor sobbing as if her
heart would break. Her father, like
many others in that region, had Hod to
tho Confederato sido with his riflo as
soon as our army drew near. A prisoner
had told her that her father lay dea'd
between our pickets and the enemy, and
indicated to her quite plainly just about
wiiero lie tell on tho skirmish line. Sho
was sobbing and pleading to go to him.
In vain tho ollieer warned her sho could
not pass the lines or, If sho did, tho
danger of being shot, but sho cried she
must go find hor father; that her mam
ma was dead, nnd papa had mamma's
picturo with him, and If she did not go
and get it some ono would steal it. The
ollieer, deeply alfected by the poor llttlo
creature's distress, hurried away from
the spot.
Then might havo been seen a strange
tmng. mm a littin old faded shawl
about her wan-plnehed face, her cold,
slockingless feet in wot, mud-covered
shoes, flitting from treo to treo through
the dark cedar aisles to tho front of tho
line, this llttlo ghastly spirit sped along
on hor mission of love. On past tho
trenches, while tho spinning bullets
whirled and sung abovo her head, sho
soon revealed herself to tho opposing
sharpshooters, but was sho safe',' Kafo?
Not in tho halls of wealth, In tho iruard
ed thoroughfaro of tho most peaceful
spot on earth was over a child safer and
freer from danger than that poor llttlo
orphan of war, as with anxious look and
hasty tread sho peered about among tho
clay-Ulsllgureil laces for tho feat
urcs of her doad father. J,ilin
tho lull boforo a storm tho rlflos
ceased tholr wicked crack, and
know that many a powder-blackened
faco was streaked with a hot and un
checked tear, when at last thoy saw this
llttlo inald haston o ono body and help
to ralso It to a sitting posture, and then
saw tho gontlo, tendor motion of a child
ish hand wlpo tho coarse stains from
tho dying soldier's face, saw her place a
canteon to his fovcrlsh lips, sav him
fold her to his heart and thon fall back
to earth, saw her stoop and kiss tho
silont Hps, and taking somothlng from
his hand, silently drmv back to tho shel
tering cedar grovo onco moro.
Tho soldiers called hor "Littlo Lou,"
but, llko tho scenes and events ot those
trying and soul-thrilling days, sho too
Hnos, but In tho memory of tho past a
faint, fantastic mjitli in tho panorama of
tho great robelllon. Major 1, W, Hub
boll. In American Tribune,
A HEDEL PARROT.
How It Piucil .lotUti I. Ilenjiiinln From
Ileitis' Cnpttircd.
General Forney, of Alabama, told a.
good story of tho war, not long ago, In a
cloak-room of tho House ot Representa
tives. He heard It from tho lips of a
Confederato ollieer, who got It direct
from Judah 1'. Henjamln, tho Confeder
ate Sectotaryof .State.
Jefferson Davis and his cablnot wore
nt soino llttlo town In Wcstorn North
Carolina, on their wnyto Toxas, after
Leo's surrender, when thoy heard of the
assassination of Abraham Lincoln, Tho
news appalled them, A council of war
was held, All fell that the Indignation
of the North titer Lliuvln's death would
be so great that summary vengeance
would be wreaked upon any members of
tho Confederate Cabinet who wcro cap
tured. Henjamln struck out for himself.
Ho tried to make his way to tho sea
coast and tako his chances of escaping
V) Hurope. lie had llttlo money. At
first he was assisted by members of his
own religious faith, but In tlmo bis sup
plies ran out and he had any thing but a
pleasant experience. He understood
that there was a largo reward olfered
for his arrest. The country was scoured
by Federal cavalry and several times ho
narrowly escaped capture. Ho finally
reached the boundary of Florida and
(ieorgla. It was unsafe for him to ap
ply at plantations for shelter. Ho slept
in thickets and wherever ho thought it
would bo safe. One night, hungry and
footsore, he went to sleep upon a bed ot
pine needles in a scrub of saw palmettos.
Soon after daylight ho awoke. A sharp
f.ilsetto volco shouted: "Hurrah for
Jeff!"
It startled hliu. At first ho thought
that it canio from some Yankeo trooper
on his trail, and trying to lure him out.
TJifi mocking-birds were singing In the
plno trees above the palmettos, and
iinches wcro twittering in tho tops.
Occasionally a cardinal groesbeak How
ever him. All the time, however, ho
heard tho words: "Hurrah for Jolt!" ut
tered in the shrill falsetto tono, Atlast
ho ventured to ralso his head nnd cau
tiously peer over tho scrubby palmettos.
Nobody was In sight. Ho raised himself
to his full height, which was very short,
and looked around htm.
"Hurrah for Jell!" was repeated. Ho
saw, a few yards away, a parrot sitting
upon the limb of a burned pine. Ho
iiilckly concluded that tho ilwncr of the
bird could bo trusted. He approached
the parrot, which gazed at him with ap
paient Interest, and then began to
whistle "Away Down In Dixie." A mo
ment afterwards the bird Hew a hundred
yards or more and again shouted: "Hur
rah for Jell!"
llenjatnln followed nnd soon arrived at
a plantation In tho edge of a hammock,
shaded with live oaks. Its owner lived
in a large log house, with a cartway
through the middle. The chimneys
were built upon tho outsido of tho
dwelling, and there was a row of negio
quarters near by. A tall Cracker sat
upon the stoop dandling a half-naked
oy upon his knee. Iteulamin asked him
It he owned tho parrot. Ho replied that
he did, and added: "That bird's a rale
old rebel, llko thu rest of us."
Thereupon Henjamln made himself
known, and was treated with the utmost
hospitality. More than that, tho Cracker
gavo him a mule and saddle and after
that ho had no dllliculty in making his
way to tho coast. N. l. Sun.
A DOMESTIO DISTILLATION.
To kill bluo grass growing botweon
bricks around tho lawn, wash tho bricks
with salt wator or strong solution of
soda.
A olub for attaching lcathor to Iron
may bo mailo by adding about flvo por
cent, of glycerlno to good gluo, and just
boforo using add flvo por cont. extract
of oak bark or tannlo acid. Uso thick
and hot.
Am. preparations for waxing doors
nro heated byjsottlng tho kettlocontaln
tng tho mlxturo Into another containing
boiling wator. Hy this means tho bees-
wax becomos incorporated with thoaur
pcntlno and othor Ingrodlonts. No floor
will bo "sticky" If tho wax Is properly
rubbed In. Tho bestartlclo for rubbing
In oil or wax Is a parquet brush, such as
are sold by manufacturers of parquot
floors, and at largo houso-furnlshlng
stores.
Is an lntolllgont treatment of differ
ent fabrics a largo part of tho art of
washing consists. Flno laces, for ex
ample, must bo treated by thomsolvos.
Vory Bno laco may bo cleansed and
whitened by folding It smoothly, and
sewing It Into a clean linen bag. It Is
then Immersed for twolvo hours in pure
oltvo oil. A llttlo flno soap Is shaven
Into water, and tho lace put Into this
and boiled for fifteen minutes. It must
bo well rinsed, dipped Into starch water,
and thon taken from tho bag and
stretched and pinned to dry.
A onnAT many women aro annoyed by
the rapidity with which braid woars off
their dress skirts. Tho best qualities of
skirt braid aro tlncr.and of ton do not wear
as long as tho cheaper, coarse onos. Tho
vory best material for binding a dross
skirt Is a bt.is band ot good volvot put
on as a roll., (t will outlast threo pieces
of worsted braid, and, moreover, will
savo moro than Its cost In saving flno
walking shoos from tho wear on tho In
step caused by tho friction ot braid.
Tbi.i often causes tho shoo to bo shabby
hero bolero any other part of It Is por
ccptlbly worn.
Wax disappears If, aftor saturating
with benzine or turpentine. It Is covered
with folded blotting paper, and a hot
flat-Iron put upon it. l'arafllno Is ro
moved by boiling wator or hot spirits.
Ink spot or rust yields to oxalic acid. In
combination with hot wator; chloride of
gold or silver spots to a weak solution
of corroslvo sublimato or cyanldo ot
potassium, but all of theso agents are
doadly poisons. Sealing wax Is dis
solved by hot spirits and then rubbed
off with ossla sepia; India Ink is slightly
brushed over with oil, and. after twolvo
hours, with saponified salmlacj any
particles of color still remaining must
bo removod with rubber.
TRAVELS OF A PIANO.
ventrul Wnr Kxperlenre of a I'nloll In.
strumeiit In the South.
Dr. J. I). Hale, formerly of Halo's
Mills, Tenn., afterwards (Jenrral Thom
as' chief of scouts during tho war, and
now residing nt Howie, Md,, tells a re
markable story of tho experiences of a
piano, which is still in possession of
the family and in good condition. It Is
eceeiliii''ly doubtful if any other piano
in the country has such a stirring and
romantic history.
In the j ear lv"7 the Instrument was
brought to Halo's Mills, Tenn., from Al
bany, s. Y-, and when placed in posi
tion and tried by Miss Acherman, tho
children's teacher, sho declared "there
is an angel in the house," The senti
ment was echoed by the entire family.
The piano remained, and also tho angel,
until the Halo retreat in July, leDI,
when Halo's neighbors, fearing tho reli
els would burn the hamlet, as they wero
threatening, waded tho river, carried It
across and concealed It In a corn-Held,
whence other neighbors carried It to
Mr. John Weils' residence, near tho
Kentucky line, where it remained sev
eral months, and was then reunited to
Albany, Clinton County, Ky. In April,
lf-ii'.', when Mrs. Halo's experiences had
taught her that she must remote her
sell in order to retain any means to llvo
on, or even decent clothing to cover
tho children, she went to Creesboro, on
tho Cumberland river, leaving thupluno.
minus tho legs, packed In a box with
clothing, and a 1'nlted States Hag, the
ono hoisted over the mills, July 4, lbOl,
in Major Jlrent s house, whero sho had
been living.
Tho next news tho Halo family heard
ot tho piano, clothing, flag and cover,
thoy had been captured by a Confeder
ate force and taken in an ox wagon to
tho town of Sparta, White County,
Tenn. Tho Hag w as fastened to a horse's
tall and dragged through tho streets ot
the town, amid shouts nnd jeers; tho
clothing was disposed of, tho rubbor
piano cover cut In the mlddlo and worn
by tho Captain, and tho piano, nfler be
ing fitted on pieces of bedstead legs, was
buhl to a air. Anderson, of Whito Conn
ly, Tonn., in whoso possession It was
foimd by a company ot Federal soldiers
tho latter part of 1WI5 and conveyed to
Livingston, Overton County, Tonn,,
where It remained some months, and
was then removed to the Halo's Mills
slto In tho year lMU, and placed upon Its
old legs again, tho sumo "angel,"
though battored and rather out of tune.
Tho flag that was so nialtreatod at
Sparta was replaced by an old garrison
Hag from tho United Statos ordnance
department, by order of (Jeneral (Jeorgc
ii. i nomas, in louo, uut Is only display
od on special occasions.
Tho piano remained at tho Mills site
until some tlmo In tho year 1870. whon
It was shlppod to the manufacturers In
Albany, N, Y., for repairs, and thon tc
Stoddard, N. H., whoro It romalned un
til ldS.'), and was thon shipped to Ilowlo,
l'rlnco Ocorgo County, Md., whero it
now is in tho possession of tho Hale
family, and remains, tho "angol in the
nouse." Washington Tost.
MA.mil William II. Ui'iiam, of Knclnc,
wis., is salU to liavo boon tho onlv sol
dlcr who ovor took off his shirt in tin
prosonco of I'resldent Lincoln. Ho was
wounded In soveral places at Hull Run,
captured nnd confined In Llbbv nrlBon
for eight months without having hli
wounds drossed. Aftor hearing hl
story Lincoln nskeu to see. his wounds,
DROPS OF WISDOM.
Ilr.CAUsi: a friend Is pollto, do not
think his tlmo is valueless.
Tiir.iu: is ono thing that monoy can
not do it can not Impart to Its possessor
that real refinement which marks the
truo lady or gentleman.
Tun golden moments in tho stream ol
ltto rush past us, andwosco nothing bul
Band; tho angols como to visit us, ant1
wo only know them when thoy aro gono.
Gcorgo Eliot.
Hi: is tho truo hero and sho is tho truo
woman with whom thoimpulsesof kind
ness aro most powerful and by whom tho
call for help Is not unheeded; nnd thoy
aro best fitted for usolulnoss who do not
waste their sympathy In tho fruitless
pursuit of. usoless .excitement. N. Y.
Ledger. ' -
Do good Co all'mrm as you havo tho''
opportunity. Deal out kindness and fa
vors with an unsparing band. Tho
causo you understand not search out. It
you can not find happiness by direct
scarcn try anoiuor pian. iwauo otners
happy and seo'lf that docs not makoyou
truly blessed.
Tin: man who can learn, reason and
executo with equal facility possesses
tho elements of success, ovon though
his qualities bo of but an inforlor order;
nhllo ono who has any of theso facul
ties abnormally dovoloped at tho ex
pense of tho othor, will always bo crip-"
pled by tho absenco of the essential
features of a successful llfo.
The Impediment Is In thyself; thy con
dition is'tho stuff thou art to sbapo that
samo Ideal out of; what matters wheth
er such stuff bo of this sort or that, so
tho form thou glvo It bo heroic, bo poet
ic? O, thou that plncst In tho Imprison
ment of tho actual, and criest bitterly to
tho gods for a kingdom whoreln to rulp
and crcato, know this of a truth: tho
thing thou scckest Is already with thee,
hero or nowhoro, couldst thou only sco.
Larlylo. T
PAINTERS AND PAINTINGS.
The Queen has Invited Ilerr Swoboda,
tho Austrian artist, and his slstor, who
Is also an artist, to visit Windsor Castlo
for tho purposo of painting portraits for
tho members ef tho royal family.
John Sargent, tho American portrait
painter, who lives most of the tlmo in
London, has picked up as high as $80,
000 In four months at his profession. lie
Is tho only Amorlcan artist who can com
mand $5,000 for a portrait.
THE MARKETS.
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COTTON Mlddllnu a lltl
FI.OUII Winter Whoat. . . 8 85 a 6 83
wheat-no. 2 Red i io a l ntj
COItN-No. 2 17U
OATS Wcstorn Mixed 40 a 45
I'OHK-Meas U '0 a 13 23
ST. LOUIS.
COTTON-Mlddllnn
IIEUVKS-Kiport btoers
Slilpplni;
HOGS Common toSelect...
KIIKK.l'-l'nlr to Choice
VLOUK-l'atcnts
XXX to Oliolca....
WIIEAT-No. 2 Hod Winter.
CORN No. 2 Mlxod ,
O ATS-No. 2
IIY1C No.2
T011ACCO-Lub (MUsourl).
Lout, Hurler....
If AY Clear Timothy
IlUTTUIt-Oholco Dairy
KGQS-Freth
l'OUK Standard Mess
IIACON-Clcar ttlb
LAKO I'rlmo Steam
WOOL Cliotco Tub
CHICAGO.
OATTI.E-Slilpplns
1IOUB Good to Choice
SHEEP Good to Cliolce
FLOUH Winter l'atenu....
Sprhifr ratents ...
WFIKAT No. 2 Spring
COUN-NO. 2
OATS-NO, 2 White
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KANSAS CITY.
OATTLE-SlllpplliKSloorB.... 8 25
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OATS-No. 2 26
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NEW ORLEANS.
FLOim-Ulffh Grade 4 C3
COHN-Wlllto 61
OATS Choice Western 48
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COrTQN-MIUdllnf ,.,, IV
.jimlth'i Tonlo Bjrrup.
TaU'fnie&i remedy was discovered by
tneemlnenttDr. John Bull, of Louisville,
Ky. It IS intended as a scientific substitute
for qulnlno, and Is rapidly superseding tho
use of this drug. For any ailment thatmay
indicate n need of qulnlno, Umlth's Tonlo
Byrup may be prescribed in prelercnco nnd
with more, satisfactory results, as It never
leaves any unpleasant after-effects, such as
fullness of ,the hoad, headacho. buzzing In
the eart, deafness, uneasy or aching sensa
tions, .nausea, convulsions, paralysis, etc.
It has all the good medicinal qualities ct
aulnlne andla frco from lti many evil ten
enclos. As a tonic, antlpurlodlo nnd anti
pyretic,' His unexcelled by any drug known
to medical: sclonco. In cases ot malaria,
colds, lnUuenza, Inordinate temperaturo of
tho body, feverish symptoms, chills and
fever, etd,,itio othor remedy can bo used
with suchn-ertalnty of beneficial effects. It
Is a certain antidote for tho evil Influences
of malaria and cllmatlo changes,
A. MAN onV Pullman may sell his berth
right for moro than a moss of pottage In
case of a crowd. Washington Star.
rt
Items Beckers' Kxcurilona
At HALF BATES, VIA WADA8II LINK,
will be-rnniBeptomber 9th and 23d, and
October 14th, to points in Southwest Mis
souri Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, In
dian Territory, Oklahoma, Texas, Colo
rndo. Hew Mexico, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho,
Montana, South and North Dakota, Iowa
and Minnesota. ,
Rats-One Fare for Hound Trip. For
time tables, tickets and other particulars
apply to the' nearest ticket agent of the
Wabash, or connecting lines.
,i -
TntRi Is nobody or nothing In this world
that Is so often crossed in love as the front
door-mat Blnghamton Leader.
A. Valuable Franchise Hernrfld. '
The franchise of easy digestion one of
tho most yoluablo In tbo gilt of medical
science can bo secured by any person wlso
enough to uaj-flostctter's Btomach Hitters,
either to supJTr&ss crowinc dyspepsia, or to
uproot It at maturity. Bilious, rheumatic
and fever and ague sufferers, persons
troubled with nervousness, and the consti
pated, should also securo the health fran
chise by tho same means.
It seems quite natural that the threads of
conversation should sometimes produce a
long yarn.
It is a common belief that all advertise
ments of medicines are gross exaggerations
or downright lies. Moro than thirty years ago
Dr. Shallcnberger, of Rochester, l'o., dls
covered an Antidote for Malaria, and tho
medicine has had a largo salo without news
paper advertising. Could a lit llvo and pros
per so many years without help! Wo aro
now telling tho public through tho newspa
per that such a remedy Is within tho reach
of every sufferer from Malaria, and shall
state nothing that docs not squaro with ab
solute truth.
A. T. SniLLENnr.noEK & Co ,
Rochester, l'a.
The first week that a man has a telephone
In his ollico bo Is apt to have thoycller
fever badly. Boston Bulletin.
3, -m
PRICKLY ASH
BITTERS
On ot the most Important organs ol lh
huminbody IsthaLIVER. When It falls lo
properly perlorm Its functions the entire
system becomes deranged. The BRAIN,
KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS, all refuse
loperlormthelrwork. DYSPEPSIA, CON
'STIPATI0N, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DIS
EASE, ale., are the results, unless some
thing Is clone to assist Nsture In throwing
oft the Intpurltles'caused by the inaction
ol a TORPID LIVER. This assistance so
necessary will be found In
Prickly Ash Bitters !
It acls directly on the LIVER, 8T0MACH
and KIDNEYS, and by Itsmlld and cathsrtlo
effect and general tonlo qualities restores
these organs to a sound, healthy condition,
and cures all diseases arising from these
causes. II PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tones
up tho system, and restores perfect health.
II your druggist does not keep It ask him to
order It lor you. Send 2c stamp for copy of
"THE HORSE TRAINER," published by us.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO,,
Bole Proprietor!, ST. LOUIS, MO,
Invalids, aged peoplo, nursing mothers,
overworked, wearied out fathers, will Unit
the happiest results f roil) judicious uso of
Dr. Blierman's Prickly Ash Hitters. Where
the liver or kldneyVare affeeted, prompt
action Is necessary, to change tho tide to
ward health, cro thodiseaso becomes chronic
possibly incurablo, and thcro Is nothing
better to bo found In tho wholo range of
materia medico.- Bold everywhere.
Said, tho penlmtfe to the
you're bo shurpvi think I'd
Binghamton Republican.
tho pencil: "Since
Dettersaut up."
The Mother's Friend"
Not only shortens labor and lessens pain
attending It, but graMy; diminishes tbo
danger to llfo of botJtnaother and child if
used a few nwntfMtefore confinement.
Wrlto to Tho BrjBfc Rogulator Co., At
lanta, Go., for IjWfartlcuUrs. old by
all druggists. JmHst j .v,
OOI.D is pj
iany in mo
lodVmaovesses. oartlen-T
i a waicn. Texas oiiwpgs,.'
A. u. vhau. IV VAh, Ul A III
Dabbini' Eltctrlo. Suav. sav tin
close un their Immense wor
one. grain of agvutrtUinu in their-DBflOins'
'Klectrlc Soap vvdula tbamil wero as hon
est. ' . t
Tub recetver'Is-enr'Baa as the thief, but
Mthcrdtahem feel as bad ns td tojcr.-rf
AL'
first:
UpatcoVCastor's Llttlo Liver Mils regulato
old harsh nunratlvo nills. .Thov
you sicic ana meiT tcavo you con
u$er.'s Little Liver Pills rcmilfitr
the howels aim inako you v, ell. Dose, ono pill
A roruult fallacy that the easiest things
to do aro to tell tho truth and to edit a pa
per. Llgljt. '
I I'HEScniUE Smith's Tonlo Byrup in my
practice, having found It to bo usirocom
mended a euro for cIiIHb and fever. A.
Brown, M. D., Concord, Tex.
UiiL-STOSts intended tor publication aro
usually as big as hen's eggs. South Side
Observr;
A child that Is restless at night and don't
ouiabogivenDr. Hull's worm
it may nave worms.
VT aa
v A i
sleep well, should bo
liesiroyers.
Tns man who lives a dual life will kill
himself sooner or later. Elmlra Gazette.
It is no longer necessary to tako bluo pills
to rouso tho liver to action. Carter's Llttlo
Llvert'lirs aremuciiuctier.Don'tforgetthls.
Wisb as an owl tho lawyar with Ms "to
wn." fuck.
A'fair lady becomes still fairer by using
menn s enipuur noap.
UIll's Hair and 'jyhisker Dye, BO cents.
S SO a
1 fill 0
s 60 a
si a
s jo a
1 OGU'd
.... a
.... a
I 10
I Si
i S3
5 61
S 50
1 OCVl
i'M
S7U
II 2i
S 00
S 0211
1 UJ
a in
a 63
a Mi
a is oi
la 13 Wh
Ml
a it
IS 00
I 00
SI
411
im
A rnoTOOiurnan 's negative and a pretty
girl's afflrmatlvo are both developed In a
dark room.
ATHFn-rBtracn. TVest Toledo. Ohio, savs
"Hall's Cotarrh Cure saved my Ufa " Write
him for particulars, noia Dy iiruggisis, too.
Womerfc are not- slow to
comprehend. They're quick
They're alive, and yet it was
a man wno discovered the one
remedy for their peculiar ail
ments.
The man was Dr. Pierce.
The discovery was his " Fa
vorite Prescription " the boon
to delicate, women.
Why go, round "with one
foot in the grave," suffering in
silence misunderstood when
there's a remedy at" hand that
isn't an experiment, but which
is sold under the gmrantee
that if you)are disappointed
in any way in it, you can get
your moneyjback by applying
to its makers,;
We cant hardly imagine
woman's nQft.rying it. P6s
siblv it mavbe true of one
or two: butiwe doubt it.
Women I'ate ripe for it,
Thev mustr&have it. Think
of a prescription and nine out
of ten waiting for it. Carry
the news tolthem
iff IM.
The seafsof sick headache
is not in Jthe brain. Regu-
. - U Its. 1 w
late the stomach and vou
cure it. Dr.v Pierce's Pellets
are the Littiu. Regulators,
.lVf.l aBV-aBBBBBBBBa
ONI$ ENJOYS
Both tho method nnd results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
gentlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem cllecttinlly, dispcis.coids, Head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy ol its Kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agrccablo substances,
its many excellent qualities' com
mend it to all and have mado it
tho most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo ii 50c
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept
any substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. HEVt K0RK, N.Y.
Tutt's Pills
la an htualuable remedy for
SICK HEADACHE, TORPID
UVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES,
MALARIA, COSWENESS,
AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES.
Sold Everywhere.
urt. OWEITB
ELECTRIC BELT
jvitd oran.apiDiraioxvx'.
Patented Auo. to, 1887, tMM0YJuirso.itt9.
giMmmimWKSr'n. ah RhftuBttis c..
"AT
. OALVAKI0 BODY BUT
All Rhaunatis Gen
plavlnlLnmbnjO"frl
nnd Htrveu , DiUlity,
Ooitlvaaut. Kit da
DImmm, Jfartantis,
TrtintllBfi ItxTjavl Ex
IT. if
Ymts.AfV
(i-T-RziT ra Dtsvmaini.B piitiii ni iibit
itluu is
,.1. 116.
BttrOIHIIll.S riSTIMOl PIT'TSUU
I'
dr. OWEN'S CUb I nib indULXdairiariia,.
Also on Eleotrlo Truss and Belt Combined.
fund to, t.uc for nil lllaat'd IMt. tu pcm, irtlah will b
mbith Ir pl.la actl.d taTtlo!. Mantles Ilia nenar. Addratd
OWEN ZLZCTKIO BELT ft APPLIAMCK CO.
300 North Brondw.r, ST. LOUIS, XO,
880 Broadwar. NEW TOESCITT.
THIS IS THE CLASP
00FF'8
DRAIO.
1
wherever found,
That holds the Roll
on which Is wound
Tho Braid that Is known
tho world around-
CAPILLINE
U rente it Cherolctl Plicovciyof. tha nice, iforaor
need to bo bald or gray, 'Warranted to present or
euro every of baldnem, A dellcloai perf ami and
unrlraled hair dre-tialng. $t per bottle, free bjr matt
or expreM od receipt of prlc. In bank draft or money
order, parabla to CAPILLINE MANUFACTUR
ING CO.,lea Melneclaw. lik jvirDreflUtfbrU.
iriiuii tola raran rwj mm ?m
i IT IB Tini br OIIIT.
nitKVA cintmtEN.
Tbomanda f jennf tocaaM
onto In Iht U. It. a.
ttavlr llfti and tiHr health aad
tfcflr bapplnf u la Jlldft'a rood
Ibelr sUllr dirt In Ifer
and CklfdllMdlianDi beta
UTUlIIK IIADIXG TWO II 05 wall 0. WMOMIICII
CHI IV Washington, II. :.
uuccessTuny pkuheoutes claims.
P,
GANGER
Lata Principal Examinee U. H. 1nilan Bureau.
Syr In lat war.lftatljudlcatlnsr clalnu.attr ainco.
and Tumnra Cared, noknlfe.book
f re. II rH O rat I n y II u ah.
1A3 Elm MVeat, CJnciunatl, Ublo,
PATENTS!
' at Law, Wubtattsa, II. I
Catarrh. nro'aehltla.I.un Troublea aurad
by lUmell'i 1'atent Hrrb 8innlce. lohala
ASTHMA
RrlUttd I tlnn and Inf union, dialled for tVJc nUmra,
Ueoi ire Atliuollt 1J9 Kranklln Avenue, St. Louie, Mo. ,
WAWTPn PEACH 8EED inloUltol.OOOnuih
IIMniLU ola. MTAUK HiKH.. Louisiana, Mo.
jr Sim TUll fiPKR ettf that jm
PAINLESS.
PIJILS
WORTH "A CUINEAA feOXfk -
For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS
allClt as WVW uu ruin in tnu oivrnmn, rsyiH33 WIU vnoitmy mmc, mvui;
Dizziness, afid.DroH'siness.XoldChlllt.FIOshings of Htat, Loss ot Appetite,
Shortness of Breath, Costiriness, Scum, Blotches on tho Skin, Disturbed
Sleep', FrightM;B(eams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &c.
" THE FIRST-DObE WILuCIVe RELIEF; IN TWENTY MINUTES..
BECHAM'S PlflS TAKEN AS DIRCCUO RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH.
For Sick, Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,
Ihf7 ACT UKE MAGIC. Strengthening tllo mncu! Syttem, restoring lonc-lost Com
plexion, bringing buck tho n edge of appetite, and amusing with the ROSEBUD Or
HEALTH Hie whole phyelcal energy ot tlicl human tramo. Ono of tlie best Kuarnnttea
to thn Nerixue mJOebllltateil Is Hint BEECHAM'S PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. .
lrpiired only by TIIOH. II i:i:cll Alf . S(.n.tn. T.nn.n.hlre. Englnnd.
AOia n JrMI'iHrFirrffii!. p, r, HLLan ooa anu oof vanai 01. near nil..
.in lieu ni a lea. , rn ill v'.ur onjgKiai uora n"vn'.p.nanij ,'iun wniu
HENBY BOOKRATH
DBALEB IN
I
DIIT GOODS. 0LOTIHNG, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCER"
IE8, PROVISIONS. TO'BACCOS,
H A RD V A IX E, QUEENSWAItE,
1'INWAKB, OILS, SALT, 151717. .
Country Produco boucht and old
Goods dellvjrcd froa of charge to
any part of tho city.
701 & vm West Alain ana corner
of Uollrar Street.
"JlT. X) "W" IQHT,
DBAL1SK IN ,
Qrooenei, Agricultural Implements
Wotjons, Spring Wagons, Buggies,
Road Carts. PlOwa, Harrows, Hay
Rakes. Corn Shelters, Feed Cutters,
Steel Road'Scrapers.
70 West Main ttireo..
F, H. R E P: H L 0,
DBALEIt IN
General Merchaudlso,
(Vest Mam Street.
No. CO I
- C. & L. WAGNER-
BREWERS,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
KEG AND BOTTLED BEER.'
Havo tho largest Brewing nnd ,
Bottling Houso West of St. Louts. '
MOISTROJE 1-IOTJSE
W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor.
82.00 PHB ID-A-'Z'.
Cor. High and Monroo Sts. j
Enlarged, refitted nnd furnished.
First ciass in nil departments. Ac
commodating and trusty porters at
all tinlns. )
Electrlo Bells nnd Hess Guest call
and Fire alarm in every room. OITIcp,
Dining Room nnd.largcst and finest
Sample rooms in tho city on the first
Ooor.'
VICTOR. ZUBER
DICALF.U IN ii!D WANCFACTUHEH O?
. sMARBLE e AND o GRAHITEs
Monuments and Headstones,
AdJoloiDz Merchant'! rank, Jefferson ft. j
CITY Hem
" COHNKU Iliail AND MADISON STS.
E.FFERSOHCIT Y, HISSODRI.
FRED. KNAUP, Proprietor. ,
RATES-12.00 PER DAY:
1'elcphpno communlcatlops and olhe'r
modern conveniences. Commercial
men will find it to their interest to
stop At Jlic City. It is centrally lo
cated nnd i.ssiimple rooms are tho
'best. Trus'y portcra nt all pnasen.
get trains y
THEODORE TAHPRf
Farm and HacMn8;Repair Shops
IlllASS CASflNOS IIADK TO OIIDEU
Glvo hs a vnll.for anything In our
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shops on.-Jtfferson'strect, between
Dunklin nnd A9h!cy.
9
ebher our ofj-he wQrldha.n oul-of the
raaniuru 2LdL it IS
37y1-
MI
Hon
SB
mm
iik.u... i ri!ri"jii ili i. t
ui i iuuoe-t.ieo.nine-iris o.soiia
coJe ojscounng so.e.pTry ih
Cleanliness is always fashionable and the use
of or the neglect to use SAPOLIO marks a wide
difference in the social scale. The best clashes
are always the most scrupulous in matters of
cleanliness and the best classes use SAPOLIO.,
PlIITIMJ W. Ii., poiiKlan Khoei.nre war
vnwBBvi rttnieua mid over.
name and prion stampeU on
if pair lias hu
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE 8ENTLEMEK
Fin C.lr le4 W.l.rpr..rCr.l..
Tla and dlirAb llltv.
S3 50 ,onrlr Welt la lb iuud.rd droll
io ih l'ollceman'i Rlioo liieipeelallrailtptel
iiuiuu lorrKiirona man, iriner., viw.
ILL BID! II concuss, HCTTOJ iSB UCL
S3 0 9 SHOES . .
hTBbenmoitfTorntilf receiTedflnolntroduoeJ.
Ak your inler, and If be can not tupplr you
tend dfre.t to f uctory ndOBlng adrtrtlied prfco, or
apoii iur oraar iianBi
Y. t. DOUOLAS, Brockton. Mass.
1
This Trad
Mark I on
Waterproof
coat
ith world,
BORE WELLS !
Oar WcllMtehliifl kf lit moat
liiejraoMHKi; woitK nn
! U It K ATKK IMtllFIT.
Thfy M.N I II Mr1Uwbr
Ibcr rAJI.I ADT'lUt,'!
IncLiM lo U incbec tlUmtra
LOOMIS & NYHAN.
TIFFIN, OHIO.
rvAjii this rrzB iwi
MAKB
MONEY!
1
tUgffS' FREE I
NEEDLES,
fForall BtnrMtchlneii
I Btanimrd uoousonlr
SHUTTLES lpend (or wholeasle price
HFriAino ' llit.BLiLrcr M'r'oOQ,
aVfflXI VBU r ATU mm Um m trrtU.
FRED. TRUBTZEL, Proprietor.
Having purchased tho "Farmers'
Home," corner, of Jefferson and
Dunklin streets, and put everything
about tho premises In good order, I
ask tho patronago of farmers and
others.
First Glass Heals and Lodging;
Finest Honors, wines", . beer and
e'ears always on linnd. Good horse'
and wagon lots. Itatcs very reason
able. Vcrv respect fully.
FRED. TRUKTZEL, Prop.
.1
PENSIONS:
Thousands XNTZTXJEO
undirtba NEW ULW.
Writ lmmaiUaielr for
It BLANKS for applica
tion. J.H.CHAI.LK JU.,tVaUalata,l.a
'B1M1 TKIS rrxft mrj ta. pa vtMfr
EDUCATIONAL.
UN I ON CO 1,1,1(1 If of LI W.Chlc.io. rail Term be
llui dept. U. ror circular add. If. Boolb.Cnloaf o.
1 UU nil m un Agent Uuilneaaliere.andieciire
(ood iltnatloni. write J. 1). BHOWN, Bedalla, Mo.
aj.juluUIjr1nJlm7llaaiMa.1u.
TELEGRAPHY "olgRS:
Tuition paid in intllmoti. W anlit to Doctttonf.
IIBEMRfiMT TCUQRAPH SCKOIt, IlliriltllCt, Ml.
UNIVERSITY
03B1 IT-iTjTTVOHSI.
Oooriei In . AonicoLTOnn Eaiilo, V
ebanlcal.ClTll.iin I Mlntnm AKCUITEOTUlKlCBtu.
isTitr.NAT0KAi.niiTOHyi KHoMaaenduoDsnif
LaNouiatei ancieut I.lNauJuaM. l'raparaiorr
SELirH:P0l,llTSolH
A, N. K. B.
1300.
wniiff wnmita to adtebtihb pueasi
aula, taat I .a .aw (ke 4railHMaU u Ulf
E. W, ROER
Insurance Agency,
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
HENRY WAGNER
IH'.U.KIt IN
Wines, Liqiiour, Cigars, Etc
NO. 221 KAST Ilinil STI1EET.
A fine Lunch counter run in connec
tion with tho saloon, where lunch can
bo bad at all hours.
BEN.G. VIETH.
CHRIS.J. MILLER
Vieth& Miller,
DEALE.1I3 IN C1IOICB
ALES.WINES, LIQUORS,
Whleky by llic gallon nt low rates.
Families runpllnl wllp Cliulceft gredt
S6T 2 2 0 Madison Street -a
Ml
To cariTll)l9o?nci, Dick Ilea J ache, ContU.
patlon, Miliaria, IJvcr Complaint", tako,
the iKo and eertnln remod,
SMITH'S
BILE BEANS
Cfjo the HM Alt. Bice ( little Beam to tha
t-OlllO). Tl!EAUa TUB HOST COMVENIBMT.
. , Pl tea- AKm.
1 rice or clllier alie, sac per Ilottle.
KISSING.'7:70-?
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