TJIE TARIFF BILL.
Tho Conforonoo Roport On tho
The fienato Itcolprocltjr Fenturo rtetnlnnti,
tho KuRiir Srlmduls Moitlllecl and
a 6innll Duljr Placed on
Washington, Sept 27. Tho confor
cnco roport on tho Tariff bill, com
plotod yostorday, provldos that tho
now law shall go Into offoot Oatobor 0,
1890. Tho Sonato reciprocity foaturo la
proaorvod In tho bill, but tho dato for
It to go Into offoct has boon chanffod
from July 1, 1801, to January 1, 1893.
Tho duty on blndlnp twlno of all
kinds Is put at sovon-tonths of a cont
por pound, and tho provision for this
artlclo Is mado to apply to binding
twlno mado In part from lstlo or tarn
plco fiber, manllla, sisal grass or sunal.
Tho sugar schodulo provldos that all
Biigars not abovo No. 10, Dutch stand
ard; all tank bottoms, all sugar drain
lnga and sugar swooplngss sirups of
cano Julco, molada, concontratod mo
lada and concroto, and concontratod
molasses, and molassos shall bo placed
on tho frco list. This Is tho IIouso pro
vision, subject, howovor, to tho restric
tions of tho reciprocity featuro, which
ompowors tho Prosldont to suspond tho
froo admission of sugar, molasses, cof
fee, tea and hides under cortaln condi
tions. Tho conferonco changod tho tlmo for
tho bonded period to go Into offoct to
Fobruary 1, 1891. Tho provision rola
tlvo to tho bonded porlod allows mer
chandise doposlted prior to Octobor 1,
1890, to bo withdrawn at tho prosont
rates of duty boforo tho tlmo tho
bondod porlod goes Into ofTect. It Is
also provldod that when dutlos aro
based upon tho wolght of morchandlso
doposlted prior to Octobor 1, tho dutlos
shall bo lovlod upon tho weight of tho
merchandise at tho tlmo of Its with
drawal. In tho lntornal rovenuo features of
tho bill, nearly all tho Homo provisions
of tho bill aro rostorod. Tho provision
removing all restrictions on farmers
and growois of tobacco, in regard to tho
sato of leaf tobacco aro rostorod and a
proviso added that tho farmer shall fur
nish on domandof any Internal rovenuo
ofilcor a statomont of his sales, otc. A
flno of S500 Is provldod for violation of
this provision. Tho conferonco com
mltteo also struck out Sonato amend
ments providing fora tariff commission.
Tho tax on smoking and manufact
ured tobacco and on snuff is placod at
0 cents per pound. Opium manufactur
ers aro taxed S10 por pound upon opium
manufactured in tho United Statos for
smoking purposos, and only porsons
who aro-cltlzons of tho United States
aro pormlttod to engage in Its manu
facture Tho Sonato amendment providing
that all special internal rovenuo taxes
shall becomo duo July 1, 1S91, Is re
joctod. In tho freo list a numbor of changos,
most of them of no material Interest,
wcro mado. Itaw and manutacturod
bristles wcro strlckon from tho treo list
In contorenco. Tho IIouso provision
placing on tho froo list AmoriSan
caught fish, oxcept salmon caught by
American vessels, oto., Is ro-lnsortod.
Tho Senate provision concerning puro
mineral waters is allowed to remain.
Tho paragraph covering ores of gold,
r.ilvor and nickel and ickol matto Is
retained, with a proviso that tho duty
on tho coppor contained In thorn shail
bo ono-half cent por pound.
Among tho othor Sonatc amondmonts
that oro agreed to by tho conforonco
committee aro thoso covering plaster
of pari and sulphato of llmo, unground
Ipotashcs, seeds and sulphuric acid of
notovor ono and ono throo hundred and
eighty thousandths spocifio gravity.
Tho conferonco amonded a numbor
of tho freo list provisions, Insortlng In
tho bill paragraphs providing for tho
freo admission of feathers and downs
for bods; poltrios and other usual goods
of Indians passing tho boundary lino of
tho United States; tin oro, cassiterlto
and tin in bars, blocks, pigs or granu
lated, until January 1, 189:!, and there
after as otliorn-iso provided for; works
of art by American artists residing
Tho sugar schodulo Is amended so as
grant a bounty of 1( conts por pound
on sugar testing botwoon 80 and 90
degreos polarlscopo test and 2 conts on
sugar testing not loss than 90 degrees,
from July 1, 1891. to July 1, 1905.
Tho bill as passod by tho Homo and
Sonato granted a bounty of two conts a
pound to sugar tosting 80 dogroos and
Tho conforroos agrood to tho Sonato
amondmonts cxtondlng tho bounty to
maplo sugar and providing that no
bounty bo paid on less than flvo hun
dred pounds. Sugar abovo No. 10 Dutch
Standard is to pay fivo-tonths of a
cent a pound duty and ono-tonth of a
cent additional if tho country oxporting
or producing it chargos an export duty?
Machlnory for tho manufacture of boot
sugar Is to be admitted froo until July
1, 1892, and y duty collectod on such
machinery lmportod slnco January 1,
1890 shall bo refunded, Glucoso Is re
tained at tho IIouso rato throo-fourths
of a cent por pound.
Tho sugar schedule Is mado to tako
cflect on April 1, 1891, with a proviso
that during tho month of March sugars
maybe retained In bond without pay
montof duty, and transported In bond
and sold in bonded warohousos under
tho provisions of existing laws.
Tho schodulo covering Imported to-
tracco ana manuiacturos of tobacco,
loft as it passod tho Sonato.
In tho oarthonwaro and glassware
schodulo tho House conforrees succeeded
in retaining nearly all of tho IIouso
Uoms intact Fancy glass is mado duti
able at 00 por cont ad valorem, colored
glass bottles 1 cent por pound for
pints, i conts for quarters, and 50
cents per gross for bottles holding less
than a quarter of a pint
Most of tho IIouso provisions relating
w mib uiuiui suuuuuio are also retained.
Tho cutlory schodulo remains suh.
Hantlally tho same as it nassed thn
IIouso with unimportant Sonato amond
monts. 1 he reduced rates of the Son.
ato on flro-arms aro retalnod, as aro
aiso mo reduced ratos of th33nata on
In tho spirit sohedulo, brandy, cor
rt als.llquors, etc., and splrtluous bevei-
ngoi or uittors containing spirits are
mado dutiable at 82.50 por nroof trallon:
bay rum 81.50 por gallon; champagne
and all othor sparkling wines 88 per
union In juart bottlos; ale, porter and
beer In bottlos 40 conts per gallon.
Tho rate on undressed flax Is fixed at
i cent per pound; on tow of flax or
liomp one-half cont per pound; on
caoiej, coraago and twine, oroent hind.
ar twin, aompo.ii wj,9Ut vistUi
or sisal grass, 1J conts por poanat on
cables and cordago, mado of homp, 2jf
cents por pound; tarred, 8 conts por
pound; cotton bagging valuod At more
than 0 conts por square yard, no and
slx-tonths conts; valuod at more than 0
conts, ono and eight-tenth, conts.
Important changos mado by tho Son
ato In tho wool schodulo wore allowed
to remain. Thoso provide that tho
duty on woolon and worstod yarns
mado of wool, worstod, or tho hairs of
animals, valuod at not more than
thirty conts por pound, shall bo dutia
ble at two and a half times tho duty
imposed on unwashed wool of tho first
class, and In addition thirty-five pot
cent ad valorem, and tho duty on
woolon or worsted cloths of tho same
standard shall bo throo tlmos tbo duty
lmposod on unwashod wool of tho flrsk
There is a great deal of feeling among
tho Southorn mombors about tho pro
posed chango In tho rato of bounty on
sugar botweon 80 and 90 polarlscopo
tost. Thoy claim that It is contrary to
tho rules of both hou'sos for tho confor
roos to mako such a chango in an Item
on which both housos had agreed, and
Mr, Carllslowlll mako this point against
tho Horn in tho Sonato. It is claimed
by tho Republicans, though, that thoro
was a goneral disagreement botwoon
tho two houses on tho sugar schodulo
which warrants tho proposed chango In
bounty; and besides, that tho chango In
tho tlmo of putting tho bounty system
Into offoct makos tho chango In rato ol
bomo anxlnty Is folt about tho attl
tudo of tho Westorn Senators toward
tho blndlng-twlno amondmont Sona
tor I'addock Is much put out by tho ac
tion of tho conferroos, and ho stated
this nftcrnoon that ho will voto
against tho conferonco report It is
not know how many of tho recalcitrant
Sonators will stand with him, but tho
conforrees do not think thoro Will bo
enough to defeat tho roport
Speaker Hood and Messrs. McKlnlov
and Cannon, tho Uopubllcan members
of tho commltteo on rulos, had
consultation yostorday afternoon In
relation to a programmo lor tho
disposition of tho conferonco roport
on tho 'I arid bill by tho IIouso.
No agrcomont was reached, but Ills un
derstood that tho commltteo On rules
will bring in an order to-day provid
ing for tho lminediato consideration dt
MONEY AND BUSINESS.
Tho Wpnlc'a Itualnpft, and tlio General
Trailn Outlook as Itrportcil by It tl
Hun & Co.
Nr.w YoitK, Soht 2T. tt. rt. bun fe
Co.'s weekly review of trada says'.
Tri'mUr dlslturlantarUft fnr linn.lh nnit
silver and prepayments of Into at have ro.
Uucud Imlullcus by nearly 3),001,000. but tho
ouo.mous auppiy ot curron" has not m yet
Inflated price nt nil. 'i'ho local rato for
monoy on call has declined from 4 to 3 por
cont,, and an easier market Is reported al
Huston, Philadelphia and Ulllc.ijJO, Hut tits
itroat lurolxn banks contlnuo to loso told,
England and Franco reporting A loss or 51,.
Cno,Kn tor tho ftceS. With lmVcr prlcci;
there appears tl6 desired liririrovcirioiit
HI eirnort ot rtrnilrirt.. nAA th , rlfl.ri.i
tor the past throo vccUs Is now onlv
four-sovontha por cont compared with
last year. Tho Imports aro much onlnrod
bVcffolt to KCt goods Into tho oountr? ho
foro a now tariff ttooa Into effect, hut tho
current accounts o( such Incruusu At-n niArft
Iterated; tho value nt all Import, forthfc
woc ks has been but l5ti iier.Wnt AlloVo last
year's record. The r;iorts from cities ho
R remnikAbl) activity In all brancfios or
legltlmato trade. Huston roport more
trado with easy mony h'.1u exceptionally
.urKo suits, or wool roacnlng 6,730,090
pou'iil. At Philadelphia tho shoo and
leather trades aro exceptionally good
and tho Iron trado Improves. Olilcago notes
a hoavy decline. In uruln receipts Compared
with last year. Cincinnati alsJ rdriorU
quite KK')od trade and fait- Crops. Attjlovo
land trade Is good, and nt Pittsburgh It
holds prlcos firmly, thoutrh thero Is a slight
noalienli'R In pig Iron. Ml 'nulioo reports
tra in much In excess o( last ynar's, and Do
troltalso. At Minneapolis lumber hns ad
vanced SO cents. White wheat Is unsottlod,
with rccelpti ot 1,10),OM bushel). Kansas
City reports stoady trade, and Suvannali
notes gonernl activity, with firm prloes for
staples. ThotiKh money Is very active at
must points, and rather etrlngont at many,
tho volume of business docs not seen! to bo
anywhere curtailed thereby, and the reports
as to collections aro much moro tavoratilb
Tho business failures during tho lastsovon
days number: For tho United States, 101;
for Canada, 2. j total, !110; ns compurod with
n total of 19) last week, und 193 fur tho week
previous to tho last. For tho correspond.
Ing week of last your tho figures woro 191
representing 1C3 la the United Statos and 27
he Doorkeeper was In the tlrto of
Wasiiinotok, Sopt 2t Tho Houss
commltteo on tho judiciary, to whom
was referred tho resolution Introduced
In tho IIouso by Mr. Enloo, of Tonnes
boo, charging tho doorkoopor ot tho
IIouso with using vlolonoo in trying to
stop him leaving tho IIouso, yesterday
reported It back to tho IIouso advorsoly,
Tho doorkoopor charged with tho
offense claims that ho simply laid his
hand on Mr. Enloo's shoulder and ro
mlndod him that It was against tho
rules to leave, tho IIouso during a call
of that body, and tho committee aftor a
careful consideration of tho resolution
could find no reason for granting It
Tho Pension llurenu to be Iiivestliriteo,
Wasiiinoton, Sopt. 27. In vlow of
tho chargos and criticisms that havo
appeared In tho Now York Trlbuno re
cently concerning the management of
tho l'onslon Bureau tho House commlt
teo, Investigating tho charges against
Commissioner Raum, yostorday decided
to mako an examination Into tho source
of tho chargos and upon what grounds
thoy wore based, and for this purpose
tho commlttoo issuod subpoenas for M.
Sockondorff and Major S. N. Clark, tha
Washington correspondent of tho Trib
une. Thoy are requested to be present
at the meeting of tho commlttoo this
morning when thoy will bo examined.
Proposed Monument to Stephen O. Foster,
New YonK, Sept 27. A movement
Is on foot to erect a monument to
Stephen C. Foster, tho composer of
"Tho Old Folks at Ilomo," and many
othor colebratod American songs. Wm.
J. Noblo, a former resldont of Pitts
burgh, Is interesting hlmsolf In the
matter, and has conditionally arranged
with D. II. Shehan, tho sculptor, to
fashion tho statue. It is oxpectod that
before many months tho monument
will bo erected at Alleghony Park.
Belied and Confiscated for Containing
Cincinnati, Sopt 27. Tho ontlre
edition of tho Cincinnati VVeokly Volks
froundof this week's Issue has boon
seizod by tho post-offlco authorities
here and confiscated on account'of con
taining an advertisement of HhoS Louis
iana lottory. The seliure'was made 'on
Tuesday, thero being soma Ave (or x
hundred pounds ot tba paperi, Tha
matter bai boon kpt front ft i sublla'
HUMOft OF THE SOHOOL-nOOM.
A sciiooL-tnAcltEit asked an Irish boj
to describe tin. Island. "BUro. ma'tim.'
said Tat, "It's it tllaoo you can't laVb
wldout n boat."
SCIiortt, VisiTon (to bad rJOy) "ity
edh, what branouos do yoll pursuo?"
Dad Hoy "I don't pursuo any; liib
teacher docs all tho chasln'."
A Michigan toaqhor rocelvod In ono
pupil's grammar papers this illustration
of tho dogroos of comparison: "Posi
tive first; comparative, next; suporla
Sct!ooL-t HACiifelt (soVetely) "Volt aro
halt an hour lato tills morning.' Llttlo
boy (wbo was "kept In" tho day liofdro)
"Ycs'm. It Wds Into yosto'day wlietl
I got liomrj.''
TiUtitr.n (reading) '"Lot down your
sablo shade, oh night, nnd hide this sad
earth from my sight.' That's pootry.
How would you express tho samo Idea
In prose? Well, Johnny?" Job my
"Pull down tho blind."
"Wnr.m: is tho Island of Cuba sit
uated?" asked ft scllool'teltclior ot a
small, rather forlorrt-looklng boy. "I
dunno, Blr," "Don't you know where
your sugar Comes from?'1 "Yes, sir; Wo
borrows it from out next itoor neighbor."
Tl:Atllr.n "It Ecchis you aro hover
ahlo to answer any df my questions.
How Is this, my llttlo bay?" "If 1 know
all tho things you asked mo, ma'am,
father wouldn't go to tho troubioof send
ing mo here," replied Johnny.
Ilrtm is an excuso brought ono day
by a tall, rcd-halrcd boy of seventeen to
his teacher: "DeroClr Plezo toeggouco
Henry for absents yisteiday. Wo mado
sourkroiit and ho had to tromp it down.
Allso ho had to Help buohcr 3 pigs, Re
spcokful yuoM, tils l'ttp,
TttAtllr.lt "ItobliV Swabbles. what Is
a quadruped?" 1 lobby "A qiiadrllpcd
is an nhlmnl with four legs." Teacher
"ltlgbti holv glvo mo an example of a
quadruped." Hobby "A horse." Teach
er "Right; can you glvo mo anothor
example?" Hobby (enlightoncd j.ftor
much thought) "Anothsr horse."
The Perils of V.mtll.
Ho few hk't) dlU materldl sVmriatiiv for
youth nt that period when
"Standing with reluctant fcot ,
Where the hrddlr drirl HvUr rtdcL"
They ar itrgKd forward by Nature's stern
dscrco to nssumo tho powers nnd duties of
manuood and womanhood. And yet mis is
tho most critical point In tho voyago of hu
man life. Then ft Is that tho danger of a
shattered nervous system reaches Its crisis
and ignorance selzeslts opportunity to plant
tho scod of. future Ill-health and misery.
ihcxrierlchcd And guldo its fbot lb tho Solid
rock upon tho farther shorn. At trie ap
proach of puberty and during tho first years
f this new order of being, thoro aro weak-
tnlng tendencies that should be guarded
and to rcgulato nnd give control to its ti
ga:nst. A medicine that has tho power to
jiltltll at itequ!
n8. lias. tile fin
Vlllo. Kv.: dlv
Dorl'.t full ttitb the hands of quae!
strengthen tho various parts of tho body
r. JUlirs Bdrsa:
.... ..n..r..J It, HSan.l tlHI M r tVAAimnl H
Vdls. Hiictl n IUc3icin. has. tile firilnehl fir
ddhlt.Mli of I,tUsvllloKy,;. given. lathi
world. . it is Known as ill
men ana CO)
torn, when :
nti for Catarrh mt
In MeKdryl , ,
sur"y destroy too sense oi
Ji It 'tluvnTffhthb toilcJus
rtlclos .should nbvekbo
yon can derive from taera
usui'B uHarra cure, manufactured oy v. J.
Chbhoyft Cd.( Toledo, O , contains no mer
cury, and Is -taken internally and acts di
rectly upon tha blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system.' In buying Hall's Catarrh
Curobqsutoandiretthogenulne. It is taken
Internally, and mado In Tolodo, Ohio, by F.
J, Cheney At Cow. .
Bold by Dfuffis&l prion TSc. per bottle,
L AHbb MirittSly ftjyto Prodi blh
Wperlctlcb M, bthefs tmd avolll' Ihoir troll
bles Is to Ulb y(wilrf,Atthlon Olclbti
il'f'nifsifAtrfi n'efiinriii vr&ft rriario wfifi
ly Ash lltTTBHs; hut It Is presumed that at
that tlmo all remedies for tho blood; file,
were called Bitters. Had he called Itl'flck
ly Ash "Regulator," "Curative," or almost
anything but ill.'ters, it undoubtedly would
havo superseded all other preparations of
similar character. Tho nnmo Bitters Ismls
leading; itispurely amcdlclno, and cannot
ba used as a bevurugo.
adodt thd first tiling that strikes' tho man
jyhe runs away' Is tho scarcity of places to
uu w. iiwiuson uiooo.
Cbitrfajf sense tcachss d thatathomor
teto musVbdaostrayed. boforH Ebtltfi.
nlltltnl. tii It :i....ri..
fore tho fiarrTbon heat .Jlalarld lh . th
enbergcr'S Antidote .tor Mo
ahd health returns immcdl
U ild other known Antidote.
Ists, or sent by rnall for one
laria uoes tuis
ntoly. There .
Sold bv dmcirlstK. or sont bv rnall
dollar. A. f . Shailcnbcrgcr & Cd., Roches
Bo i ono as .history repeats Itself the
BChool boy need not commit it to memory.
TntiiB'B n noty newspaper In Kansas
Balled 11am abc Eggs. It should HaVGap
liojir .bflcstr thnrl. 6hcd ,a wccli. rub
Ilshbd of cry Frlwl flay probably
AiL disorders caused by a blilbus IM bl
tho sj stem can bo cured by usihti Carter's
Llttlo Liver Pills. No pain, griping or dis
comfort attending their use. Try them.
TnKur. Is a strong roscmblanco between
tho friend who pats you on tho back In a
quarrel nnd tho man who says "Sick 'cm"
to u dog In a fight Atchison Olobe.
Dtlt.AfB arc dangerous. Don't wait for
your child to havo all cpilcptlo fit Kill at
ohcB.tho Worms ttutard tnaklbg Her feel so
tWrly Uy felvlrltf UK Hull's Worm De
stroyers. Ltinq may bo wicked, but nobody Is go
ing to situp all night if It Is. Dlnirhamton
Fon twenty-flvo cents you can got Carter's
Little Liver Pills tho best liver regulator In
thoworld. Deii'tforgetthis, OnapUladoso.
, A riLt-.mnhufsbturer.. advertised eh th8
iabcf: i:Vou takb thtf pills; wodothbtbSt"
Cnnit your cough with Halo's Honey of
Horohound and Tar.
Pike's ToQthachoDrops Curo In one minute.
You can't teach an old dog new tricks,
but you Can buyh h8W dog Tcrro Haute
but demand this remedy of your druggist
Tuko no other. It is exactly what is needed
and will carry you safely through to
strcngtn and rouust ncaun.
, ihbjicmf li is bufed bV frequent small
doses of Plso's Curo for Consumption.
Many lino dluucrs aro served la a course
4 . , I : I. . 1 L I ' I 1 1 1- L MID WDr .
worst boy belongs hcxt door every tlmft
Evert mother owns tha best boy tha
i)r 8tea'rher, irdlrt of iloatf
Which- of lli'eso nave you selected as a
means of travel! No matter. Whichever
It Is, recollect that fnr sca-Blckncss, disor
ders of tho stomach, liver nnd bowels, en
gendered by rough locomotion and bad food
or water, and for malarial troubles, Uos
tottcr's Stomach Hitters is tho most useful
specific you can take with you., .It Is IHVol
uabiri. ttlsp for nwuradtiw, kidney doffi
plaint ahd licrvBui trdnblc.
Wk believe It has never been decided
whether railroads can grant a re-bato
to fishing excursionists. Washington
Untitled to the Tint.
All nro entitled to the best that .their
money will buy, so every family should
have at once, n bottle of tho best family
remedy, Byrup of Figs, td nleariso tho sy9tbin
when costive or bilious For sdV?M Mb tad
fl.00 bottlba by alt leading druggists.
r Nxvnn bo In your nlaco of business when
person wants to borrow money of you,
because If you aro In you will bo out, but it
you nro out you will bo in. Somervllle
Tlio (Ireat Ht. I.ouis Kxpoaltlon for 1800
With Gllmore's full band and the grand
est Electrical display eVar motlodnBarth,
wm no onoa uniu ucinuor loin, im
from St. Louis,
est Ticket Agouti
ers Hit) usual low rates to and
Particulars tit tho near-
Tnrnri Is ono thing a woman can never do
boo can't mauo a man ten ucr wncro no has
Been. Atchison Ulobe.
I hive been an Invalid since mv sixteenth
fear, until tlvo months ogn I began a vn of
)r. Bull's Sarsaparllla. Now nt tho ago of
wenty-threo I feel myBelf, for tho first
time in my life, a man filled with health nnd
ambition. I want you to publish this, al
though I do not sign my truo namo. James
ttmun, Lexington, u-y.
Tnn mnh who proposed at flvo o'clock th
tho morning did tho business1 In dew time.
trie rem btil wv to know whether or not
hobhlna' Klcctria SoaD U asoood as it Is said
to bo, Istotri (t vountlf. It can't docelvo
urn. Be suro to eet no Imitation. Thoro
aro lots of thorn. Ask yotir grocer for just
New YonK, Oct 1, 13U
DArrl.K-Natlvo Sloora S t 85 a 6 10
OUT'l'O.M-Ulddllng a 1CH
V I)Ult-Wlntor Wheat , 8 89 a 6 00
WIIKAT-No.'iltod 101 a 10M
UUUH-NO.1 , IS
UATA-Western Mixed It
lUlllC-Ues U 60
DKliVKS-Kiport steors 4 75
blilpptn. 3 55
11003-Coinmun tu Seloot.,,, 4 on
SIIKKl'-Kalr todiolco 1i
FLOUH-l'atnnts S UO
XXX to Ohnlco S Oil
WIIEAT-No. t Kod Wllltor..
I'OltN Nu.il Ulxud
OAT8 Ko. J
TO IIACCO Lugs (Missouri)..
a ii 21
a is a
a it oo
LAHU-1'rlnio bteam ,
CATTLE Shipping 9 35 a
HUliS-Uood to Uliolcu 5 00 a
S11KK1' (lood tuCllolco. S50 a
FLOUU-Wlntur l'utont 4 85 a
HprliiK Patents ... . O il a
WHEAT No. '4 Spring 03ta
OATS-No.3 Wlllto B7sa
I'OHK Stundurd Moss. a
OAII'LE-Shlpplngstoors... 1 10 a
HOGS-Bales ut fit a
WIIEAT-No. i Kod lt9
OATS-No. 2 M(ia
CUUN'-.No. i iUi a
l lXIUU-lllnh Urado 4 75 a 85
COKN-Wlllte COIW 01
OATS Cholco Western ,, a 47
HAY-Oliolce 16 tO u 1910
l'OUK-New Moss a 10 75
IIACON-Ulear UIU ,,,,, a eu
WHKATKo. 1 ltjd
COItN-Ko. J Mixed ,,, a til
0 75"2 ) h
QATN-Na 1 Mixed , .... 40
POllK-Uen , j 10 75 u J) h
f THINK OF IT i
A a Plh Prodncer there can be
no gaoitioa but thai
Oi Pure Cod Ller Oil and Hpphosphltes
Of Lime and Soda
in without a rlTnL... IrXuajr, have
gained a posnd a day by tna tUU
of it. It enrei
scrofula: bronchitis, coughs and
colds, and all forms of wasting dis
EASES. 48 VAMTAIll.K AH MII.K.
Ileture Woll, oet ie oeiiuine ctilhrftaii
On ot th noil Imporlu rgans of th
human boaY It the LIVER, when II I silt to
properly perform Its functions Iht enllrs
tytttm bsoomet deranged. The BRAIN,
KIDNEYS, 8T0MACH. BOWELS, all relust
10 ferlorm thtlrwork. DYSPEPSIA, CON
STIPATION, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DIS
EASE, elc.'sro tha result, Unlets some
thing It done lo'attltl Hitit In throwlnj
of) the Impurlllet flames' by the inaction
ol a TORPID LIVtt. Thll attlttanos ts
necetssry will bt tons Id
Prickly Ash Bitter I
11 scls directly on the UVER, STOMACH
and KIDNEYS, and by lis mild and eathartle
ellecl and general lonlo tjnalltles retlores
these orpans to asowid.hsallhy condition,
and cures all dltsatet'arltlna '
causes. It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tenet
up lh tyt!em,and retor pw Mt'1?'
It your dmjglil dsn rvot keep II tk htm to
order II lor you. $d to itaaiplor copy ol
"THE HORSE TRAINER," iiAlithtd by u.
PRICKLY At was CO.,
(U Prosritton, . & MT, MWXIB, MO.
There are some patent mcd
lemca that aro mora marvel
lbiis thati a dozieii doctors
tire'sfcriptldrife, but they're mi
thb8 that piote'ss to eilrd
Everybody, now and thent
feels "run down," "played
out" They've the will,- but
no power to generate vitality.
They're not sick enough to
call a doctor, but just too
sick ta be well, That's
wlierd the right kitid of ft
patent medicine comes in,
and does for a dollar what
the doctdf wouldn't do for
less than five or ten.
Wet put in our claim for
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
We claim it to be an tin-
equaled remedy to purify
the' blood and Invigorate the
livef; ,Wd claim It to be
lasting in its effects, c"reatfig
an appetite, purifying thd
blood, and preventing Bilious,
Typlioid and Malarial fevers
if taken in time. The tima
to take it is when you first
feel the siens of weariness and
weakness. The time to take
it, on general principles, is
XU Smiles and Tears, finch Is the tb6nrs nf
life, wadeiipofiunihlneond Bloom glad
Be and Borrow; riches and porertj, hralth
and d Iscaso We may displ th gloom, ban
ish the sorrow and gain richest hat sickness
pllfi that enemy can be vnnqnlshedt pains
and nchet can ho rclleredi there l a palm
for over troutiri, and ctenca ha placed It
rlthlrt tbo reach of all Thef fs no dlscor
that hoi ni-bVet) so jrMat rt blew in aa Mr.
Tutt'fl lltet tlUt; . Id.fi.a.arlal rtglotis.
Vrhere Fever and Agile lUUoha BUeiises and
aUmcntsIncldcnttoa deranged llrer prevail
they have proven an Inestimable boon aa
A hundred thousand living: witnesses testify
Tutt's Liver Pills
i SURE ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA;
Price, 25o. Office, 39 41 Park Place, K. If.
Wh.Q m lr sdilmMd m than, row Snt Im
ptuaalilTlSollitthasrlTfr. lilhs dirt tamf
iitl if' f hS Urand Alkk.f," taiU UI UU jax
tut he II U MjatMf prt ft J ( M Wi puMs.
ctr la iht cmb, tna tMM Ui frtuhieM M coil
fi loTtlu.ble. Whtnyotf trtWMM "rua
Brmd EUcktr,".lhtri'no.ocli Qlotf ttfHtlief
far TOO. It dottn't nvua thl snuUert dintltMi
fchnhf It ratal, ball, ftleett, tnowi, or blows.
Ybn rftPpWMir ana aoiuuf coraioniDifi.
ooa at once.
,nmt ftl tour not UalnK It after.
It las mala of BlfflHf tfl.Mr anr other
natemoof cut. Ther aro worth et ftilf s
weeki of hard wage, fiewaro ol .woniueee
Itattona, orerT, rarment etamped tie
Brand "Trado Mart, won't
C6at wnaa tou can hire tho
lOtrataii eatalomie fret.
A. J. TOWfcfS,
oceot anf Inferior
Flah Oraod SUcler"
coet Fsrticahra and
A NEW BOOK
FROM COVER TO COVER.
mUY ABRIAST WITH THI TWE3.
, fhSftihoBtlo " Unabridged," c
lasuea of UM.TS amd '84, coprrlg
of tho undersigned, It row. xlioi
' commuter lfi
Tlaod snd Knlsrg-oil, snd boor tho name of
Webster's International DicUonarv.
Editorial work upon thll rerlaion has beds Is
croarans for over lO Years.
, Mot le.a than Ono Hundred said editorial
laborers hv tm ontaged upon ft
ot er B300,000 expended in Ita preparation
ercfthe.flrtcorf (tu printed.
Critical tbtninrfrar) trith njrotbT Dictionary
i inTiiea. umsl
C. MKnniAM & OO,, frtbllihen,
Sprlnfriield, Hsu. V. Si At
, JOBBER OR THIEF
Is bettor than tho tying acalo agent who tolls yod
aa gospol truth that the
Jones' $60. 5 Ton Wagon Scale
n not a standard scale, and oqaaito any mode,
rot tree book and price list address
Jones ot Blnghamton, Blnghamton, F.Y.
TJndrr NKH 1.41.
Sotillere. WIlowi. l'nrenta aenil for m.ANK ic
PLICATIONS AND INrilllllATION. IATKICIt
fl'r'AlI UF.I.l., Pen.lon Aurnl. Wsablugtoo.U.O.
-.iMa xuia rarxa ,mi ub. Mnia.
iro of Imitation).
TlmuJl .f im. M mi4
WM.HI IB lh. V. B. A. V.
iktlr Ut tad tlrtr Iwtlib a.4
Ibrtr b.ptrf.M. M ttldn'a rc4
ibrir Itltr ato la fmtmmtt
and OklfdkMS karui Wi
19 mu ... Wnul.lflOH
U l'slaur. Mm.
P ISO'S KEMEDT FOB CATAIlHIt-Bcst Easiest to nso.
Chcnpcut. llellpf Is Itnmedlato. A euro Is certain, rot
Cold In tho Head It lias no equal.
It Is an Ointment, of which a small particle Is applied to tin
nostrils, l'rlco, Wc. Bold by druggists or sent by dMI,
Address, K. T. lUzsurrsi. Warren, To.
every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF,
THAT CAN BB RELIED ON
KTot to StpUti
TSTot to Dlsooior !
BEARS THIS MARK.
HfeErji MO LAUNfJCHINQ. OAN BK WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMKNf.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET
IbLT DltOTIIBKS, SS Wsrrea 6tf New York. PrleeMctsJ
IMPORTANT NEW DISCOVERY.
Toilet Soap OUHlEvBr Made,
A perfectlr purs snd neutral soap combining"
tha EKOI.UICUT snd IIEALIKO proceltles of
VABSLTME. If Tour drusaiat does not kaap It,
FORWARD 10 CENTS IN STAMPS, J,'
BIZXO OAKX BY UAUU rOSIAOE PAID.
CHESEDR0UG1I HAHDFACTHR1HG CO.,
34 State Stroot, NEW YORK.
r-NAMs tail raras wnn taa
WrfU for drn-
u Haa tvatr- lii
ooa 'ran. uKi
"Bratboronsh knowledge o( the natural lawl
which (Orern t ho operation! of ameatlon and nu
trition, and br s careful application of the One
propertlea of wll-elooled Coooa. Mr. Kppa haa
prorlded our breatra.t tablia with s dellcateir
Baroured bflTernga which mar aavo va manr hearr
doctor.' bill.. It is by he udlcloui u.e of aueh
article, ot diet that s con. tltotlon mar be gradual
1 built up until atmng enough t re.f.t ererj ten
denoT to dl.ea.o. Ilundrodiof aubtle maladlea are
floating around uiroadr to attack wheretorthero
. s waak point. We roar o.cape manr s fatal atiaft
bl keeping our.elri a well tonloedwlthpure i blood
and proper)! nourlabed frsoie." " (HvA Bmict
ado alraplr with boiling water or nillk. Bold
r In half-pound tins, br urooers, labelled tbun
JAMES'EPCS&CO., Homodopalhlo Chemists,
O0LD MED At., FAB IB, 1878.
W. BAICEIt & CO.'S
I ab$olutety pur and
it is taluoU
srt Md U 1U prapsTfttloa. II tu
r$ UM Otm rtrtJf iU UrmfOk of
MtM BiUM Vlt& BtsViXO. A1T0ST0M
, er Sugar, a&a la usnwt lu toon
I KOsomlMl, HtUmg Ut$ (Am M ami
I rvjh II U daliclotu, nooii-hlBf t
iRnaULsmilic. junlt massTiD.
a4 drolnUr tiM for UTtUdJ
m will m for pVM il is fculth.
old br Orocers yerrvrhsr.
mi . ii in
i i in
U t'lfc . ,rfH
L'Art De La Modo.
T COLOItED I'LATSJI.
iU tbs tunr risti aid iiw
tTT Ore.r It or jw Hm4nltf
SUhT SS M.U t) UtMt ftiuiWff U
W.J. MOItSK, r.UUk.r,
ht you wakt to
KEEP OUT OF THIS
USE "BILIOUS BUTTONS."
HOLD II Y AM. DllVOaiSTM.
terrtd wbo can f arnlsli s borso snd girs tbslr wbols
tlmo to tha bailnt.a. flntro mominti may b DroAtablr
mplonil alio. A fov varaoslos la towns aDdelUot,
v. r. johnbon CO., ioov Main ot., wenmoiM. yv.
PI C HI CI rtlaJJOIINWIOBBIS.
CllOlUllI'lVaitilniton, 1. C
' Suooeatfullv PROSKOUTIS CLAIMS.
Lata rriaelpal SzattUsr U, ft. Tmsloa Burtatv
tjn fa la.t war, Us4JudloiUns: elaimi, aUjr alnoa.
WM1HS THIS TIT I twr mm fMWHH,
BIS NBT BO 6 MXBfi'i!k
DALBB IN I
Dmf GOODS. CLOTiUNO. HATfT.
CAfSt DOOTSuSHOES, GROCER.
IEfj PnOVI8!OJN8. TOnACCOS,
II A IU W A It E, QUEENSWA11E,
HntYiiltB, KALiA'i i!.HJ, j
Conntry FrodQce bought and sold.
Hoods delivred free ot charge to
any pnrt df (ho city. '
701 & 903 Welt Main and Corner
of Bolivar Street.
B1- -A.- X3 "W X Q- JE2C KV,
DEALER IH i
OrooenCi, A;rioultiirnl Implomenls
Watrons, eprlna wngons, uuggiej.
Roatl Corts. Pforre, Harrows, Hiy
Itakcs, Corn Shelters, Feed Cutters,
701 West Main Street.
F. II. REPHLO.
DKAT.EB IK '.
General Merchandise, No. COi
(Vest Main Street.
C. & L WAGHEH (;
JEFFERSON CITY, MOi
ESQ AND BOTTLES BSBP.-'
Ilavo the largest Tlrcwlng nntl
BoUlIng IIouso West of St. Louis, i
W. W. WAGNER, Proprietor.
S2.00 D?E3H aD-A."2T-Cor.
High and Monroe Sis.
Enlarged, rcfltted and fHrnl8llC(T.
First class in all departments, 'Ac
commodating and trusty porters at
all tinlns. 1
Electric Dolls and Host) Guest call'
end Fire alarm In every room. Ofllee,
Dining Room nnd largost and ttnest
Sample rooms in the city on the first
DEALER. IN IKD MAKITACT UT OIT
C-MARBLE o AHD e GRAMTEsH
Monuments and Headstones.
Adjoining Merchant's Bank, Jcflcnon Bt. j
COHNF.n I1IOII AND MAPISOK 8TS.
FRED. KNAUP, Proprietor. )
RATES $2.00 PER DATJ
Telephone communications and other
modern conveniences. Commercial
men will ilnd tt to their interest to
stop at the City. It Is centrally lo
cated and I:b Bnmplc rooms are flio
best. Trusiy porters at all passnu.
ger trains. ' '
Farm and Machine Repair Sliops
nilASS OASTINOR MADE TO OltDKIl-
Glvo us a vail for anything in our
line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shops on Jefferson street, between
Dunklin nnd Ashley.
" FARMERS' HOME,
FRED. TRUETZEL, Proprietor. 1
Having purchased the "Farmers'"
Home," corner of Jefferson nnd
Dunklin street, nnd put everything
about the premises In good order, I
ask the patronage of farmers and
First Glass Meals and Lodging"-
Finest liquors, nines, beer and!
c'gnrn always on hand. Good horse
ami wagon lots. Rates very reason
able. Verv respectfully,
FRED. TRUETZEL, Prop.
F, W. ROER
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
Wines, Liqnour, Cigars, Etc.
KO. 221 EAST IIIOIl 8TUKKT.
A fine Lunch counter run In connec
tion with tho saloon, where lunch van
bo. bad at all hours.
under tbe MBW LAW.
Write immediate!? rot
11 gr.sjrsra for applica
SB-bass nu. raru ner, bm
Can b (st1r and Prm.
on paekM ot urjlrsftud'a
dime. TI1R PKntHKCO fffitt Broadwftr, W. T.
LV-SAMl TK1B rirU7 ttM WtM.
wsdtsh Asthma OURf
addm.. win Mtit rut,. uunLH p.. rDrir
muiitssirrasssBst;t.,iT.uiOis,Ha. a flU
SS-SAIU rsu rAMS mraa.nae'ev
lajTUUl I Catans,r,HUtU,LauTtnMutue4
Ulml . Uoa aad Utaalea. MaUed fee We Itajlw.
UavrxatUmeU, r rraalUs Anas,, St. Leala, A.
A. IT. K. B.
mum Trarrne ro asvmtbuom vucau
suts at m hv AaTsniinisat la mt
CHRIS. J. MILLEH
DKALE1I3 IN CIIOICI'.
WhltCy by the gallnn at low rates.
Families supplied Willi Cliolmt gotili
tST 3 2 0 Madison Street -trM
To enre HIl(oainen, Kick HeaJicho, ConiU.
patlon, Malarl.i, IJrcr ComplBlnti, tsks
v ' the st anil .certain rtmed,
ltie f tlther stss.aac.r- Battle.
k ssiNfl m&vmm
4 a 1
xe un im. mppen wrltairi l .
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