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lUpon tho r-tomach unit bowoN nro jwnw triitcd by multitudes of Injiidldous iho1i 'who, upon experiencing tho nntioynnco o constitution In n ullplit cIoki-uo, liitlltriih their bowels wltU drenching cvucuiints which cntocblo tho Intestinal mombrniio U nscrlouj extent, sometimes, even, superin ducing dysentery or piles. Uostettcr'i Btomaeh Hitters Is tho true succcdnneutn lor these nostrums, slnco It Is nt onco In vigorating, gcntla und effectual. It nlso banishes dyspepsia, malarial complaints, rheumatism and kidnoy troubles. Is Juno ono settles down by tho sea and In Bontember ho settles up uy tho sea. Washington Star. I iiivb tried, I bollovo, nearly cvory tonlo medicine ndvertlsod, but none over seem to do i moos much food usSmlth'sTonloByruo. Mrs. J, A. Backott, Jacksonville, Flu. Tnrnn Is a bond of union between tho proof-reader and tho typo rlghter. Texas Blrfinits. Hon- cnCEt, to f orco children to take nasty modlelnes. Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers tasto like dainty candy lozenges. Tnit beauty In amnteur theatricals llos In their realism thoi o Is seldom any noting In them. Elmlra Gazottc. For a Cough or Soro Throat tho best inedl. rlno Is Halo's Honey of IIorehoundaudTar. Tike's Toothacho Drops Curo lnonomlnutc. Too man who really rights book li tho proof-roador. Ncvcn fall to cure sick headache, often the very first dose. This Is what Is said by ull who try Carter's Llttlo Liver Tills. Omen (tamo Is losing ground, but tho doer always keeps up his lick. Ko Opium In TIso's Curo for Consumption. Curos whero otnor remedies fall. 23e. Tatibnt waiters tho undertakers Drake's Maeazlno. "Bilious Botto.ns" saved my life. . It Is a long lane that has no bulldojr. Van I Dora's ilagazlno. i Brimful of confidence in it the manu facturers of Dr. Sage's Ca tarrh Remedy. It's a faith that means business, too it's backed up by money. This is what they offer: $500 re ward for a case of Catarrh which they cannot cure. They mean it. They're willing to take the risk they know their medicine. By its mild, sooth ing, cleansing and healing properties, it produces per fect and permanent cures of the worst cases of chronic Ca tarrh in the Head. It's doing it every day, where everything else has failed. No matter how bad your case, or of how long standing, you can be cured. You're sure of that or of $500. You can't have both, but you'll have one or the other. Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken j it is pleasant end refreshing to the taste, and acta gently yetpromptly on the Kidneys, Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeablo substances, its many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50o and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro curo it promptly for atoy ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAt. Lovmiiu. nr. new tomt. t.r. The Daylight You are an intelligent person and know a good lamp when you see it. The iitST in the market is the " Daylight," whose light is equal to EIGHTY CANDLES I It b the only lamp to read or sew by, and until you have used one you do not know what a perfect light is. Send to the Daylight Lamp Co., 38 Park Place, New York, and get th full particulars. sr4naanmmiiMiiMk Lamp. REFORM, NOT FORCE tongmssmnn IorigeVi 1'oiltloiV ! Right, KVetlftntlnely Went. "Wo havo passed a blll' Bald Con gressman Henry Cabot LodRO at llos ton, ;tbat follows tho Australian ballot bill, tind has no forco but the rvrttt bo hind nny Mil." Sir. Lod(ro' position Is rljiht, over lastingly right. Tho Federal olection bill which bears his namo Is a mens uro doslgned to secure electoral reform on a broador scalo than that Contem plated In tho law ot any State In tho Union. Tho forco behind tho Federal elec tion bill is tliii beak nlidolawof Xallon nl authority -tho forco that executes tho law ot Iho land promptly and ro lonttcssly. Tho Australian ballot was Aoma'ndoA in Mnsacli.isetti ns it has been demand ed In cnery NVrt'.lPrn State, to correct tho crying Ovlls attending and follow ing tho iiso ot monoy In elections. Tho mind and conscience of tho North" cm peoplo havo been roused to tllo dan gers threatening republican Institu tions in that directions and laws are being adopted to render corruption at tho polls impossible. Hut the provalllng iloniand for ballot reform does not stop with tho lawsof tho titatr. Thofoollng aroused has Influenced the Congms J bl tho Nation; nnd thu electoral reform movement In tho N'atlon finds ex pression In Urn 1'eder.il election bill, which was originally Introduced by Mr. Lodge. 'AIs ineasuro la ndversoly criticised only by tho wenk, tho Ignorant and tho Vicious. Every good American !lllien, whlto or black, Norther"! Dr Southern, Kopnbllcan or Democrat, should bo ar rayed In ls support without roforonco to rrtCts 'sectional or political prejudices. It U Intelligently dovlsed In thu Interest ot honest elections; and tho shrlolts ttt opposition sent up by suffrage Stoalers in localities llko Albany, Troy, Jersey City, Cincinnati and Chicago, where hollhh crimes against Amorican insti tutions hao been committed in tho p.ist, nro vociferous arguments which go a long way to convlnco quiet cltlions that just such a law ns this r,odgc bill is needed in every largo venter of popu lation ut tho North. That tho proposed reform, is needed at tho South, where. Anglo-Saxon su premacy In lrClli Rmi H(n(e m!iUcl.9 bil3 Riven '...o whlto man lit tho plantation -iinu'i uiiMuuiu voice in congressional Kiatli'rS, can not bo gnlnsalil. Such electoral conditions as thoso provalllng at the South can not long continue; and tlio North will Insist on tho proposed reform. Tho Northern doughfaPo may defend a' condition ot hf fairs by which tho South Caro lina whlto man has doublo tho l.iflu eneo of a Now Yorker in tariff and financial legislation, lluttho doughface. U a rator bird to-day than In anlebil'iim days; and, although tho cxtremo Demo crat, who Can soo in tho monstrous crime of Anglo-Saxon supremacy at tho South only a party advantage, may defend It, Viero are thousands of Democrats who deny tho doublo privileges of tho South Carolinian and refuso to sanction Ethi opian disfranchisement. Even South ern Democrats to whom tho racn ques tion is an overwhelming issuo will vet soo that Congressional elections must bo frcu and fair; that, when the sunnres- Rlon of thecolored.voto guts beyond local anu atato elections, It becomes a matter of National concern. Tho Lodge bill provide tor National control and protecton ot National elec tions. Thnt is" tho central Idea of tho measure; and tho provisions embodying it aro wlso nnd proper. It is lacking in "forco" features; anddlllgontsearch will fail to reveal tho gleam of a bayonet. It Is a measure In the In tcrestot electoral rc.'Iorm wherever the National jurisdic tion extends; and tho Itopublican Con gross and President will enact It into law at the nuxt session of Congress. Albany (N. Y.) Journal. . OUR POPULAR SPEAKER. A Cuiiil l:i.niipln lor 1'ulltlcliina In Gen cr.il to study. Thero aro thos.o who shako their neads when Heed's namo Is mentioned and say that ho is a clover follow, but toolmpetous and too audacious. That is not what tho majority of his country men think about him, however, They aro particularly pleased with thos'ft traits of his character which nro most troublesome to his enemies. Ills bravo and Rolf-iellant conduct In tho Speaker's chair has won their applaiibo In a do greo seldom given to any public man. llo had a trying emergency to moot, and ho met It In tho spirit which suited them. Thoy havo not boon misled as to tho facts, or deceived as to tho real Issuo. All tho howling of tho Demo cratic orators has not in tho least mod erated tholr liking for tho man who has calmly and firmly dono a work that needed to bo done, and that will novcr havo to be dono again. They un derstand that thoy aro lndobted to him for tho inauguration of u policy that will horoafter provont tho dofoat of neces sary legislation by filibustering. Tho tlmo had como to ostabllsh a now pre cedent, in tho interest of sound and practical government, and ho estab lished it "If you sot out to take Vienna, tako Vienna," was tho arlvlco onco given by Napoleon. That has beon Heed's thoory of action. Tho ldoa of falluro has not ontored Into his plans and expectations. Thoro was a certain point for him to make, nnd ho mado It In tho expressive slang of tho period, ho got there; and popular favor Is al ways sure to reward thu man who thus courageously accomplishes a worthy and beneficial purpose. Tho losson is a good ono for politicians In general to study, Thoy can not all hopo to equal Kooil In brilliant and popular service, but they can at least learn from his suc cess what tho pooplo like, and strive to imttato ills example as far as opportun ity may bo prosonted. St Louis Ulobe Democrat. RUINED BY REBELS. A Klrungu Incident lleccntly Reported from Norfolk, Va. A atrango Incident has just occurred In Norfolk, Va., which lllustratos bettor than almost any thing clso could the intense disloyalty of most of tho whlto population of that city and of South eastern Virginia. Last spring a Grand Army convention was hold In l'otorsburg, Va., just after tho dlsgracoful Leo colouration In Rich mond, at which tho robol flag was so glorlllod. At this convontlon ono It 1. Whcolcr, n buslnoss man of Norfolk ami an old Union soldier, olforod a res olution protesting against thu manu facture of tho contemptible robol rag. This action of his "arousod" tho whlto pooplo ot Norfolk, and thoy boycotted him refused to do buslnoss with him, and injured his business all thoy could. As a result his buslnoss was ruined, bo took to drink, and tho other night ho iv4- Tfie rebels have accomplished tn&u una. They are responsible for ma financial ruin, and partly responsible also for his moral and porhaps 111 sternal ruin. Mon Who will do tholr best to ruin a follow-ma'n, body and soul, for tho salco of tho robol rag, aro not fit to bo oltl 20ns ot this Uopuullo. N. Y. Mall and Express. against" Honest laboi. Hitmo Old I.otter. ot nu lillnitla Vo1tH fclan l,o vmit to Hi a feenntili'. When General Oohn M. i'alnier was nominated for .United iSttc9 Sonatorby tho Democratic Stnto convention ho ac cepted tho nctlofl of that body and mad'6 a speeoh In which be nskid lhqulfy iHtb his ontlto life, nnd o'n that Vordlot ho roi)os'ed 'to stand': ,"Tho Democratic party named me for tho offlce of United States Senator to that my whole life could bo subjected to Inquiry and criticism. It deemed it proper to put Up a can didate and Invited by mo duln? tho press and peoplntnvrltlctiohnd lay bare tlio past deedo pi IhUt fc&ndldate. 1 lime no fault to llnd wilh It." In his letter to Congressman William E. Mason, declining n challenge Itl. joint debate before tho pcoplo, he said! "A Very larpo hiimoerttf the. elenlofa bt Iho fitiitt', tiyhttmlnnllhii.rr.fe aS ft 'can'Uldute for a sent In the United States Senate, havo rondo lllpmfell pi Yuxnnnxthlrt lint nntv ttr mv vinllttniil opinions and conduct, but for all the Important acis 01 my pumic Hie. Thero are, no doubt, reported speeches and political lellors Uf tltnoral fainter that Would hialttS Very interesting read ing dhst at prcsehl! his friend abal' lobe excited by thd Implication of a lottor Which lie wroto In 18S8, that os )t'essos his opinion as to these ques tions: (1) tho power of tho National Government to "make tuortoy by lis flat," and ) 10 control railroads And othOf corporations, nnd (8) his hostility to labor organisations, 'iho few lines of thn lctlcr on theso subjects aro as follows: "IdlKlIko IrresponnlUo authority, vhatuvrr form It may aume. I, thorefoffS dlsllKd the doctrlno of ft rMitrnl of Katleoul authority (with) wihitpt Undefined pbiver, and hhthh,tnn mnUe money by Its Hat, bwil rnllrblldS nlM tl!lc Graph, find by thr process bl Its courts punish labdrln? Wen n5 for contempt, without trial by JutJ 'or at tho cllnrotlon of Its Judges. 1 d -11' yrta' tvbtr orgtnizt'tons tint ttnutiv to eon tKt tht piliOtil will di( cond'tct of all tnin who lilr." It must scorn by this declaration bt principles that thbraiidldato Seeking lilo labor and farmer vdto hdlds opinions di rectly opposed to thoio oxprossod by the labor and farmer organizations. Ho Is opposed to Government monoy, Is op posed to Government control of railroad and other corporations, nnd ho is op posed to grrat labor nrffonlsatloils Hint assumo to control the Individual labor orsi Homo years ago General Palmer gavo to tho public an ofllcial uVclardllllri bl his opinions bil a subject Bf Vital Inter est to free labor, and ho was In a posi tion where ills opinion carried so much wolght that it was onacted into tho form of a law still on tho statute books, but which will cxpiro by limitation within a short period. When ho was Governor of Illinois, In a message to tho General Assomblv tinder dato hf Slav 24, i8flt ho said: ' Tho only practical system for tho successful management of tho penltcntlury In my JnJg mentis that which combines the retention of complcto control of tho discipline and govern ment of tho conlcts with tho loaso ot their la bor to perton tniattl tn tpec'utl j.Viuita as substantially ombodied In tho bill thnt pnseed tho Senate u tho late pension and was Under stood to l3 acceptable to u larue nUmbnr of the House ot iti'prcscntotlies. 1 can vol foiiur lkt(f!.ireU,o,t Of hop tr.ut inch a mtat'urt will (n if the approv d of the Otntral Au'iiMy." A writer in a labor journal, calling nttentlon to this part of General Pal mer's record, expresses his regret that it was not disclosed In l&SS, artd says that "tho trade Organizations who havo labored so heroically for twenty yoars to abolish this Infamous system would not hao been so zealous In tholr sup port had thoy known tho hollow friend ship of Gcnoral Palmer," tho author ol tho prison contract labor system of tho State. Probably notl Hut thoy will not havo tho oxcuso ot lgnoranco thlj year. Chicago Journal. PRESS COMMENTS. t3S' Speaker Heed's greeting to his Democratic frlendsl "Czar, therol" Chicago Tribune, tSTTho Democratic roosters that got On tho fenco to crow Over Maine got down on tho other sldo to scratch for freo-trado grills. Judge. C3f " Let tho Federal Senate, and moro especially tho two Senators from this State, tako notlco that the Itopublican party in Now York urges tho passago of tho Lodgo bill. N. Y. Mall and Ex press. CSyThe slzo of tho Democratlo ma jority In Arkansas will not bo known untli tho Democratic election officers get orders from hoadquartors to stop counting votes that woro not east St. Louis Globo-Damoerat K5T Speaking ot tho recont cloctlon, tho Arkansas Stato Register says: "Docont Domocrats aro bocomlng dis gustod with tholr damnable proceed ings, iho revolution has sot In. It is only a question ot tlmo till fraud and crlmo will bo rebuked." KT Hon. T. 11. Reed, Speaker of tho IIouso of Representatives, Washington, D. C: I very heartilycongratulato you and your colleagues In Congress from Maine upon tho gonerous, popular In dorsement you have recolvcd. lien jamtn Harrison. t3?"Mr. Urooklnrldgo says be will bo vindicated by tho people of his district; but the fact that thoy havo just given an antl-Domocratlo majority of about 1,000 Is not calculated toencourago him in that low view ot their Intelligence and self-respect Cincinnati Commer cial. ESTDomocracy novcr cocked a load of hay for tho farmer since It first came Into existence. Tho farmor will always be n Republican. Ho may tako a moro aotlvo lnlerost in party councils, but in principle ho will not vary tho dlroctlon ot It, though tho Democrats urge all tho old cheats of politics upon htm when ovor a crop falls or a wolf gots Into tho sheop p.'.sture. Syracuso (N, Y,) Stand ard. Fillthrul tn the Urent Went. Tho Ropubllcan party stood for tho West when it passed tho homostoadlaw. It stood for tho West when It helped to keop slavory out of tho Territories of tho Union, out ot Kansas and Nebraska. It stood for tho West when It was fight ing ,o provont tho dlsmomberment of tho Union. It has stood for tho West during tho whole history ot tho country slnco tbo war, for at every moment during that tlmo Democratic control of tho Government has simply meant tho restoration of tho hostllo bigotry and tyranny ot Southern "sectionalism." And tho Republican party stands now just whero it has stood--"for tho West and tho Northwost" Just as tho Demo cratic party stands for thesupromacy of tho Solid South as against tho Wont and Norlhwi)fir,-.Slouj( Qi,ty (la, Joiirpl HlNQS tH.feAtlllcAu. buss'ifAhgnsta) bb frorrcst in sujj. portlftg 'Alexander Salvlnl this soason. Nollte Lowald will lake tho bad thll eaohMti. play ot iUr BrVH; entitled "Tho Affo!Hdy. Ficbd.'MeHdoza nas' signed for tlio sod on WlHfVlolot Mascotto's farcossdm cdy company lb "Thd Corker" na HUH olbal odmedlaH. Mafliger Henilorson has arranged with MosS'rs. Davis and Locke to ppen1 tho now" DuqueSriq Tlioator lri frltU burgh; w.lth Emtria JdcH. Mnjo. .Modjcska has just sailed for 0 SWS&EMoP0- Sho expects to rotdHl to.tHls country lii Ihb autumn. Mario, fcahlil Is engaged rot. Ihb soubrolto ,tolo in "Suporba." Edwin Srowii Will play tho low-comody rolo. owanl Ilansol will bo tho juvenile. Charles U. Slirovo, Jr., has boon on gagod for tho "Tin Soldier'' company. IIo has beon singing tho haritono parts with thn California Opora Company thb past twd Seasons; Wis and Mfs. iicHdall aro now play Ing lrt ''Tho Squlro" In tho English provlnoes. Thoy nro to prcsont thb play during thoir coming soason in America. Thd Bart tfr'anclsco critics aro unani mous in saying that Noftlo MoIIenry'i How play, "Chain Lightning," fits horto perfection, and that it ought to turn out ft fegtllaf bonanza. Little Anna Leland, tho swoot Booties' Baby of Kato Claxton's com pany last soason, is playing tho child's part this ifUson with that star In her production Bf "THB Sea bi fed.1' ilonrjr irvlng is td appear In. Knew urEBtloii that df 'tllti hdmbor "Mastor of ilavonswood" this autumn. It is believed that tho rolo will suit htm ad-cnlrabl" A Troa Ton lii. need a , feik W feMeebled constitutions nc jowl tonio uccttsiottduy. Nowtue"tu ono tonlo which a crea many delicate and weak folks havo used to good udvantago. It re stores tho appetite and Improves the diges tion. It drtvos out malaria. It prevents colds nnd Influenza. It makes ono feel bet ter and stronget every way. it will nlso euro chills ntul fevcf, even after nil other I teat,m faUS Do yM.waH t tl f eht strong ttild wellt tHellgivOita trial. It is called Bmith's Tonlo Byrnp. nnd is tho discovery Loulsv nlacoo Itios of that drug and none of its hurtful tendencies. It will not harm the most dell- patp individual, is very uieasuut w lake, and never falls to do good. m b ionic oyrup. ana is tno aiscovery at eminent physician, Dr. John Hull, of svillo, Ky. It is rapidly taking tho 3 of quinine, as it has all tlio rood qual- . f ttEne are oVer sev.cri mlllloti pores id iho human .body, and yet wo aro not surprised because some men aro spongos. StItb or ii fjniojcfitl or 'Toledo; f 4; Lccis DoOMt. I": Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is the icnlor partner of tho firm ot F. J. Cheney lb Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and Btato aforesaid, and that said drm will pay tho sum of one iioxdred dol lars for each and every case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by tho usonf Hull's Catarrh Cure,, FtUrltt J. CltENKt. Bwbfh Id bofare iriS and. Subscribed Jh my (irosenco,thisOthdayof December, A. D.1S30. Iskal A.W. Oleison, Notify Public. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally nd acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces ot tho system. Scud for testi monials, free. F. J. Cuemet & Co., Toledo.O. Bold by Druggists, 750. "Loos outt" said tho cyclone to tho tcphyr "lookout, or you'll bo Worstodl" UrrtfcE Or SttfaLTZ BkLnxo Go. PniLADELrnu, Nov. Otli, 1&S9. On. A. T. BrtiLLESBEKOEB, Rochester, Pa. Diar Sir.- The Anti dote came duty to hand. It Is without doubt the best remedy In the world. I havo Been my whole family (exclusive of myself), flvo in fiumber, all shaking ut ono time, during a residence in Florida, and all restored to health after taking a few doses of tho med icine. Sincerely yours, U. A. Jen.ninos. We suppose a noso may bo said to bo broke when it hasn't got ascent. Ulugham ton Leader, Is PmotttT Asn Bitters good ior any thlngl Head what Frank Orlggsby, of uouge v'tyi ivnn., says i "t or tureo years i suffered itota. a disease that my physicians and have iralned82nounds In wcltrht Am a well man and Prickly Ash Bitters saved my Ufa, I am Under life-long obligations to this medicine, and will never coasa to recommend it1' Tli Great St. Louli llipoiltlon for 181)0 With Gllmore'a full ban i and tho grand -est Electrical display over mado on earth, will be open until October IStli. Th. Waba'h o fieri the usual low rates to and from Bt, Lnuli. Particulars of tho near est Ticket Agent. A doo may be said to havo reached his cad when he gets the tip of his tail in his mouth. A soaf that Is soft Isull of wattr, half or two-tblrds its weight probably, thus you pay seven or eight cents per pound for wa ter. Dobbins' Electric Soap Is all soap ami no adulteration, therefore the cuuput and bat. Try vooouit: Damiob ''What Is tho ago of your boy I" "Breakage." N. Y. World. Will be found an excellent remedy for sick headache. Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills. Thousands ot letters from people who havo usea uiem provu mil iacu iry mem. Tns tea-kettle sings because It Is always auio w Keop iiami minim) oi not warer. !f You Have No dhjiCUis; mllttMf lotu rintnf enei Iub rlcsli, jrou will rind Ms Pills 4liermiiy 011 Ji'ii Xhev.Iononh tlio mok Htomnclt nnd bullif tttMha flnirfflnir cucrsrles. Nnfrcrcrn from mental or physical OTcrwook will f Init rcllaf front them. NIcolyaucsrcoaloiL 80M UVKimVllEKB. .... a ' 91k i 70 ft 0 W 8 a 4 CO 4 00 a 4 co s 25 a 6 0) 6 00 a 6 15 8 00 a s 75 mvsa 1 on 9 6IV4 88W , 9 00 a 0 00 , s is a 9 00 , 10 00 a 11 00 14 a is is a 15 i .... a 10 svsa evj , ft 0 a 85 rnflPE.nUT THIS OUT OVERCOATS and SUITS ALMOST .GIVEN AWAY! Th.OI.OHII HIIOK ANI CLOTHING CO. of si. Louli oiTtr H.50O to nrn bo cn nror lhl thtr & nil I tl to " ut or Ottrcosl. ThefrJipiolliPflUlIl(lOerc0U re old cUewlirri J1U0 M. f Hf J W''"A"J,f 1'V S'.'.ZlV- on all wool, o loei. nan. r''T V ".Tijur, Satisfaction euaranlfeil or money rclandtd. CMnlj order! rromp'.iy l.nea. oen'i wr n,ui.i.. THE GLOBE OCCUPIES THE ENTIRE BLOCK, ;0Jlo71S Krar.tlln inooe, si. i.ulim. jiu. MlEtiHILiS BlRTHiMY IP USED BBFOHB CONFINEMENT. noon fiLMItmirBV" MAtT.cn trnn BRXDl-lhl.ll ItF.tirl.'XTnll fit., ATfcAAT.'i, OA noLii liv alt. liauauisTO. rrsaiu tais ruui7 u t TI-IE MARKETS. new Yocs, Sept, 31, 183X CATTIA! NatlrsBtaora S 10 9 101 COTTON MWolln? 101)3 N VIAWO winter w lie at aw WIIKAT-No.2 tted 102Via 1 OiH OOltN Mo. 2.,.,i Usta 661 OATS-Weitern Mixed. 41 a 4S 1-OUK-Meis,, U M U UK BT. JJ3VIB. COTTOK-Mlddlins UKUVKS-Kiport Steer blilpplnff., lions-Common to Seleot... BIIKKI-Fslr toCboloe FLOUU-l'atonts XXX to Oboloe.... WIIEAT-No. 1 lied Winter. COIIN-No. 1 Mixed. OATS-No.3 " ItVK-No. 1 TOUACCO-Lugt (Mluourl). Leaf, nurley.... If AT-Clear Timothy JiUITEIt-Cholce Dairy KGGS-rresh l'OUK-Standard Mots liACON-oiearmo...,. I.AUD-l'rlnm steam. ...... WOOL Choice Tilth CHICAGO, CATTLE Slllpplna UOGS-Uood to Uholoo...... BIIKKI' iood to Choice..,., I'LOUlt-Wlnler ratonte.,. Boring Patents ... WHKAT-t(o.jBprln(t....... COItN-NO. 3.,...- ...... OATS No. 3 Whits.......... j-uuu Bianuaru ales. KAN8AB CITY. CATTLK Bhlnnloir Steers... 00 HOQS-Saloa i..,T W J1EAT-HO. 3 Bea OATB-No.3 - SJ COUN-No. 3 HKW ORLEANS. VfXIUIl-IlIgh Grade,., 4 ?5 COKN-WUIte.... " lUTH-Plmliu iv.il.rn a iiAvi...in.. is so a is fro 1-OItK-New Meaii 10 7 IIA(;ON-CloorKltl..,..T..,.., COTTON-UlddllnR.- LOUISVILLE. WHEAT No. 3 ttud COUN-No. 3 Mlled. j, 8 19 a 4 00 a S IS 4 SO s 60 a t tn 4 81 e 6 30 a BS IS 6) fi SI 4814 88 a v 7 a 4 co s us a 4 so 46 5 43 00 s; a 09 a m as a WW UAT9-H0. 3 jiueu.. ...... ... HAuun-uieur mo. ..., CU'rjuN-UiUUiinii.iuM , mi P URIFY YOUR BLOOt). But da nol ma Iht dinnsroui ilkallni and mercurial (ireparntlpns.whlcli .deilroy your nervoui iylleni mid fulti th dlgttllvl power (SI Ihe ilomach: Tha uietatls klni' aim gives u the belt and ulett remedial agenlt. Dr, Sherman devoted the greater part ol hli life to the dltcovery bi ihli f illi: ble stnd remedy, and nil Its ihgredlenti are ngoUblo. He gaVs It the riimo ol frickly Ash BHtors ! a nam every one can remember, inoi to thfj preienl day nothing haibeen dlicovered that It 10 beneficial (or th BLOOD) (or the LIVER, tor th KIDNEYS nT lor the 8T0M ACH. This remedy It now to well and lavorably known by all who have tiled II that argumenlt at to lit merit! are use lilt. And II Other! who require a eflrreol lib lit ike iysterri Wfltitd but glvi II a (rial tde health ol this country would bevailljf Improved. Remember the name PRICKLY ASH BITTERS. Alk your druggist (or It. PRICKLY ASH BITTER8 CO., ST. LOUIS, M(X MOTHERS' FRIENI OAUtlO N Zi r 1 .3 hit till flklCe KAOiurlae atKKipVa onVottra. 1 . 'mi- mumi HENKY BOOKRATH W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. brfiflad addreit on potl for vlnabU informttloa. 1Vi ti. t)(UGtA9i llrockton, Mm. tartiiMM this tiru mri dN fM mm, IMPORTANT HEW DISCOVERY, "VASELINE" THE BESTCnjipforU'n Toilet SoapOUHl Ever hk A rTfctir prira and ntntni fJtP MUbtniaft tho EMOLLIEWT mnd TTBATaTXCt projMltUa i VkBSLINB. If your flmerlt doa not katii It, fOflWARD 10 CENTS IN STAMPS; gffiryg CHESEBROUGH MANUFACTURING CO., 24 Stato StrdGt, NBW YORK. triuiiiiiruumiwiHMt DKALEE Ift DUT GOOTJS, CtOTHINO, hats OAP8, BOOTS. SHOES, GROCER IE8, PHOVISIONS, TOBACCOS, H A no W A R E. QUEEK8WARB, TINWARE, OILS, SALT, ETC. Country Produce bought and sold, floods delivered free of charge to any park of tho city, 701 & 003 West-Main and Coruef of Dollrar Street. jr. -A., d-wio-ht, DBALKtt Hf , Oraoenaj, Arioultural Joiplements Wngons, Spring Wagon, Buggtei, tlond Carts. Plows, Ilarrons, Hay Rakes. Corn Shollors, Foftd Cutters, Steel Road-Scrspers. 70t West Main Street. ' F. II, REPHLO, D1UI.EB IN General Merehandlie, No. West Main Street. i GO! TM T I aT PiitUTin Ano. IB. issr. lupanVED JutrM. ItU Mill. Un O BldVlAV lAfeVAniUJIUllX BIL I Mllinosi " ft All JUinBttl, Ona. il4teMr4flfflJiaJI lOflitifview, KidnJ :Ti P' dfejRtii. saw irJ?i"',u rrla or "(1''ll.a , j hiiili rABTiuoi aoxtifV7XfAb VtoVpl ELECTRIC INSOLES si Ki Ait Atiibftn Blootrld Truss and Belt Combined. foilTK, Mifsif fcr ti lilatt'A btk, 4 nin, wkltk w I k MBt jo Wild tHltA tirrrM. Mtatloa Ihli tmpcr. AUtta OWElf ELKOXlilfl ttPS A APPtlAWCK CO. 800 Worth Broftdiy, nl6K jLOPM, MO. 638 JJ roadway. NBW YOIUC CITY BORE WELLS ! RIIUBLIUrlifcit.PtJrCailflrVLI They do Miitcr; wiiik ami nattOKKATKIt I'ltoriT. They FlNI'lt WrlU where VAILI ins i. I inctiei (9 Mifiohee dfmote LOOMIS & NYHAN, TIFFIN. - OHIO. -MUIt TUIB TltlX mrj Mm vrtM. '(in MA-Htlfl 1 MONEY! mm ICntQlosuo FREE! PfaMmL PILLS EFFECTUAL OTWORTH A GrUINEA A BOX.- For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS V Sick Headache. Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, eto., ACTING LIKE MAQIC Oil tho vital organs, strenglhening the muscular system, and arousing wllh tho rosebud or health ti,- wu. Phvctit Vnrrav of the Human Frame. Beecham's Pills, taken as directed, will quickly RESTORE 1 FEMALES to complete health. SOLD BY ALL ORUCCISTS. Price, 2S cents per Box. Fr.nitrca onlrbv TII08. BEEOHAM, Bt. Htltci, LanCiutirCi Eofland. Jh T. ALLKX CO., Ril Aaruf fm Vnlttd Stntr; .IBS X 307 Omni Bl A'ete Tork. tvho ( If Jtoitr tlrutiaM dors not ktrp them) trill inn1 lU-erham't l'ltlt yn receipt of jirico lut "9'Mi"'r-s-N-w-v-sX5! THE POSITIVE CURE. I ELY EIIOTHEU3, M Warron BUNrwYorlt FrlcaHcU.1 "iTrrsT , a , f e U ne'erbs marrieAn e"Ko".ana yBorib refuse ' a. r A ar AOYice Sit 1-0 use 5APLI : Hr is 5.- solid c&ke of scouring soap, used for cleaning purposes. I asked a maid if she would wed, And in my home her brightness shed; She faintly smiled and murmured low, "If I can have SAPOLIO." VrA a h IliU"! MM u MARK. Tho Braid that is known tho world around. This Trado Mark Is on m Best Waterproof Goat I In th world. Jfa,niMO.,W1i..lw. A.t.TVw.BiJ Q If I III sT 1 1 E3 ETDB- wimstoics for tb. aitin will cur. all (ormi of Eruption Iron what. ier cui.. 8tt.oitih.nl and lOTlsot.ui lb. blood. Cure. Ulcen. Eci.ms, Bill llh.oml Mini Uttr Spou, (UlDl. fimpl.i, Illouh.i ul Buck llMdi, II U U.A Inuniallr, wlm olntm.nl (or iiUrnnl ppllwllon. For "l.bfilldnwliu. Muufulorad br UCVCQ Clll 5 Ui. Dr. Wlntloi Modlelna Co., Ul M. rltlttl rMLO Ninth SU, BU Louli. B.nlpi.pillon w.lplo!prU,H. IkMr Utm ua IWr bultk Ut Outl banlMM to Udn'l ttt ar tdt tlH It lafaJMr dkuiairHd. tj Drcuiiu, QCNalUN Washington, U. W0 8uocfUII PROSIOUTBB CLAIMS. IlaU Prindpnl ZuniU.r V. 8. Pnaloa Bar.no. i yrn Ul U.i nr, Ifrnajudlnntuiir clnlm. ntty line. a-H.iiaurin.miii C. &L. WAGNER " brewers!' JEFFERSON CITY, MO. ' EEGA1ID BOTTLES BBEB Hbvo tho largest TJrenlng and Bottling House West of St. Louis. MON-ROE HOUSE W. W. WAGNEIt, Proprietor, j $2.00 ID .A. "XT. Cor. High and Jlonroo Kls. J Enlarged, redtted and furnished, first cinss in nil departments. Ao colllModatlng and trusty porters at all tinlns. I Electric Uells and Ilces Quest call nd Flro alarm In every rooiu. Oulce, Dlniiia noom nnd largest and finest Samplo ruoms in the tlly on tho first floor. VICTOR ZUBER DF.ALEfl IN 4ND HAriL'FACTOnEU 0T ceHARBLE o AND o 6RISITBs bio nnments and HeadstOEes. Adjoining M.rchant'a Bank) Jefferson St CITY HOTEL cortKEn mo ii and jiadisos sts. j JEFFERSOHCITY.HISSOUBL FRR1. KNAUP, Proprietor. I RATES-$2.00 PER DAY.' Telephone communications and other modern conveniences. Commcrcliil men will find it to their interest to stop at tho City. It Is centrally lo- catcd.nnd i.s sample rooms are Ilia best. Tru.siy porters al ull passen ger trains. THEODORE TAHMERJ Farm and Machine Repair Shops BHASS OASflKOS MADB TO U1IPKR Give us a vail for anything in our line. Sotlsfction guaranteed. Simps on JefferBon street, between Dunklin and Ashley.- ..'I'M m " FARMERS' HOME, " FRED. TRUETZBL, Proprietor. Having purchased the "Farmers Home,' corner of Jefferson and Dunklin strccU, and put everything about tho premises in good order, I ask tho patronages cf farmers and others. ' First Class Meals and Lodging. Finest liquors, nines, beer and c'gars always on hand. Good horo and wagon lots. Uatos very reason able. Verv respectfully, i FRED. TRUKTZEL, Prop. -DEALGIl IK PENSIONS undar ttaa JflW IAWa Writ ImmodlAUly tow "HY.A1SK& for aBSanltesta tlDn. J.n.CRALUCAUO-, IVMMfftl.0, rfluu nu r atu iwi jm hms Ifreivtotto f 1 r C UnUrY oilordm UraanrtUrtna MAIVlai (HUHtl 0Btbmr WOBat, A Ifcrg Qotuto book (or oaij a. lllntitr&tlana In ntftl nnd rolori, lUporU run hif h tvt 80 pr tk. Ad dr.ii RATIONAL PUBUmlUfU CO.. BT. XOV1S.XO. PATENTS: ' ntL.v.WunluiM.1 th saia rtrtMmwsm wmwwn. IHrC Wlltllll"aelclrculir. falnlni. n. nl. Nola.lln(.ilI.rmlr... Cortaln. Oao. Rlm.ll'a 'fitolool" Med.. rjDfranblla A.anna. St. tonl.. Mo. J UamSPISi and Tumor. Curd. no knlfe.boa Wniltllall U Elm Otrt.t, Cincinnati, Oala. aarnalUjrKla ririn.ri tm wwa. YOUNQ MEN ood attnaUona. rwanaiin.mil UAUTCn mOrlSlfDiHouito 1,000 nurt TTAniCU all. TAftKBn08-.LorKUMA,af aaritAiu tiua wu Clitlie at uirriin. Sa-rurmi. Book and rXrinia map ran, o. K.fitntu. Criboo, Iova. arun nua wu ax m m. U (fnatfaJ&'iPortfr A. N. k. a 1910. ivkk wnmna to adtkbtuibi vixxtn fit Uat jaa aaw.Ua ASraHlaaaaaali U lbf So car Bniouineti, Bltk neUachs, ConU. pation, Malaria, Unr ComptaJnU, takt toe ssie snil ertm rsmetlr. B LE BEANS i(.B r F. W. ROER Insurance Agency, i JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. HENRY WAGNER Wines, Mqttour, Cigars, Etc. mo. 221 east man street. A flue Lunch counter run in connec tion with tho saloon, whore lunch can be bad at all hours. BEN.Q. VIETH. CHRIS. J. MILLER Vieth & Miller, DEALEltS IN CHOICE ALES.WINES, LIQUORS, Whisk) by Iho gallon at low rates. Families supplied wllh Clioltcpt get ill VST 2 2 0 Madison Street "&.