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B. T. JESSE. notary jtwjquo. TOO MANY DEGREES- Milwaukee Man's Wile l,rarna 1 i REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS, - Firo and Tornado, Life and Accident Insurance. HOME JIOXEY TO LOAN. Office in Meng's New Building. HOT eT You V- J "hot" your if you -v. r - I will be buy SUMMER . before lookinu over our vvc selected stock. GOODS 11 No dealer in our city can duplicate the making on all summer goods. To those that to spend this advertisement means a great dc?l. pi ices we have the I are east ) FanKUmbrellas. Silk Mitts and Lightweight i 4 4 S i Underwear is now our cry. i EX U I C vf - i full. Prices at ZERO, and goods to AH departments I :if swit. Our stock of i .BLACK LAWNS have no eaual in Quality and Variety. It costs nothing to . n .II.. examine our stoefc. Kespecuuny ll 4)C lw ''lugs About nasoiirr 'ill at Surprised Her. VOL. LEXINGTON, MO., SATURDAY, JULY 12, 18.M). Wabash Kallroad Time Table, I Omnibus will love Hip hotel. In this oily lor K. 4 I.. Juucilou, making oouneollon wllh tralua going vital, Weal anil north, at -r aa. . Returning, willarrive at i.. ' Omoibu. willleave lor K. A '.. .I'linc- iion, iiiaklnKaonnection with trams going east and wet. and north a. lax a Itichmonil. ut ?t.uon ... Returning-, wlllarriveat 7 !oo p. in JOHN O. YOUNM, Superintendent OoprrUht, A sea-serpent, 101 feet long, was iron to coil itself up in allpiiery fold on the count of Florida last month. Threo rollable persons uw this creature distinctly. Reader, the atove la a "yarn." If people would bo) love tbe following truthful state ment as readily as tbey swallow sea-serpent stories. It would be tbo moans of saving thou sands of lives. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, if taken In time and iriven a fair trial, will actually cure consumption of tbo iuiiKO, which is really sorofuloua disease. If his wonderful medicine does not do all wo Lwcouiincnd, when taken as directed, we will hoerrully and promptly return all money paid for it. C'au any offer be more generous or fair? No other medicine possesses sutllcient Santa Fe Bouto. TKSINS AKRIVE. It'.tOa. in. from ..lliot.kn .1 linn and ...I l'-':-J.r. p. in. from Kansas Citv and Si . .loaeoli. ll:.' p. in. trum Kansas City anil east. THAINH LBATI. " :X a. m. lor Kansas City, Si. Joe anil cast. 4:IKI p. 111. tor Kansas l ily and HI. Joe. 1 (15 P. in. lor CHu-ago aiid Richmond, lii'kelii sold at citv uttlne lo all nointa. Kuv I your ticket, and gel winced rates. ; .lOHN TAURHAN, tgrnl. Jefferson City, Boonville & Lexing ton Division Time Table. Westward e. 3f power over that fatal malady Consumption, to warrant Ita manufacturer. In selling it un der such trying conditions. Tbe "Golden Med ical Discovery is not only the most wonderful alterative, or blood-cleanser, known to med-loai-tKience, but also possesses superior nutri tive and tonlo, or strcngth-iriviiig properties, which assist the food to d irest and become assimilated, thus building up both strength and flesh. For all cases of bronchial. Throat, and Lung Diseases, accompanied with linger- lug coughs. It Is absolutely uneuualed aa a remedy. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, and kindred affections, It surpasses U other pjeo,iuinea. AM 7:3ft 10 (ml 8: a:4U 3 53 4:.su B:oo t-N Stations. Eaatward. 1 Vi ft cr AM 8 :2ft S:M :.m 6iil M 7.) 1-M ..Tipton ..liooavllle.... .. . .Waverly . .Kd wards ..Dover ...mrlhrup .Myrlek . .Lexlngtuu 12:3ft 1I:K 8: III 8:04 7:54 7::m H:R!i rs ra . ;4(l IO.H3 10:11 9:Ki 9 40 9:11(1 8:31. AM. lit M. J. CHINN. PAINTS! PAINTS -PAINTS r m Wc are ofrering a bi gstock of everything in the . . , Paint Line, such as WHITE LEAD BEST GRADES, , MASURY'S LIQUID PAINTS, , ( ' 1-2 to 1 gal. csiis. MASURY'S RAILROAD PAINTS, Id 25 ponud cans, NE ALE'S CARRIAGE PAINTS, ;.. - la plDts and quarts, With these-vou can re-paint yoqr Huggy, Cart or Spring WagOD very nicely and at little cost. A full line of Varnishes, Hard Oils and Shellacs; also Win 'dovr Glass, sinscleand double strength. w wtn mfttp, vhtv lose mices on these goods and ask acall. Very Respectfully, OHAS. W, LOOMIS, r '; FRANKLIN AVE. MAKE BARGAINS AND YOU MAKE FRIENDS $500 REWARD 1 la nffprwd h the man ufacturers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, for a case or tiurni in ine neaa woicn iney cannot cure. By its mild, soothing, and beaf- 1, nr. Time Table of the LexinKton branch of the Mo. F. R. B. Went ward. "1 : 3 pi iOl'uifnift ing properties. worst cases, rj long standing, Sage's Kemedy cures the worst cases, no matter bow bad, or of how nicy cents, oy druggist. AI'IUBN EVS. JOMiV (4. BUCKWELL, TT'J RNKY AT LAW. couitlof the state. TT' A. u Will practice in a) Prompt attentOD to a'l businass entrusted to mcsre J dice in Masonic building over Trigg & Shield's 'tore. jaoiuyi AM lU 6A I: VI 3 :.-! 4:00 4:40 6 11 5:26 5::1 8:00 Station.. A4 5:0ft tt:19 0:UU U:48 :58 7:2" 7:28 7:l 7:M) 7;V 8:M PM ! 4:311 n:fl 1U 6:22 U 34 B:r5 7:20, ...Hedalia .loncoidla. . Aullville. .Uiaginsville.. .. rage lHV. . Lexington .. .Myrirk .. . Wrilinaton ( Waterloo... ...Napolt-ou. .. ladeMDdeoos. fcsstwsril. r. ?t-i PaMenge" 1 a am ra ru. IU:0 lu IA 3 l 9:l 8 61 12:17 8 411 8:31 H:W 8:33 8:1U I0:.MI 8:22 8:7 Hrii'i 7:45 7.4.'! 9:40 7:28 7:30 8:rT 7:17 8:2b .... 7.10 8:0 ... 7 0B 7lN6 .... 6:1U 6 411 AM. XENOPHON nVLiAND. t TTORNty-AT-I.AW. W 111 givs prompt at- .A tenllon to all business entrusted to bis care. tVill practice In all tbe courts, except tbs Pro- ste Court if Lafuvdlte county. dwaayl Cr"To follow the time of trains colug west read from top of column downward: of those going east read from tbe bottom of column up ward. A. a. Luumia, Agent at Lexington. II. J. WOOD. Agent at Myrn k. T.J DIJL.INO. ATTORNEY AT LA Will praotlce in all the suite and federal court. Prompt atten tion to collections, examination of land titles. writing irgl indeniurva. so. uinoe U) inieiu- gencer building iront room. snaySft Chloaao tt Alton B. B J. D. HWALTH, Lexington and Kansas City I s. a. Wilson.' I Public Administrator I and Nolarf Public. 8 HEW ALTER & VTI1.801V, A TTikNK8- AT-LAW. Lexington. Mo. J. n. D. Shewaller having opened an olBce in Kansas Citv (American Uaok Uulldlng, kwbtb and Delawiire), will be iu l.rxlnton outtaiur day 01 e:icb week. decWtf NST U. WAI4.At. WM. a. CBILki. f4LL.AJB 6l CHILES. A TTORNFYS AND COtlNSKLLORS AT tV. Law. Le xington, Mo. OUice, front room tha 'Laxlnutou Savings Bank." OUPOSIt tue court houxe. Will practice in tbe eourU of Lamvetve auu aurrouumus owiuikb, mm " '.be Sunremj court of the state ol Missouri, and tue II. M. Olroiul and DUUirt courts lor the Waati-rn D atru tol Missouri. II. J. DOOI.EY. ATTORN KY-AT-LAW, Hlgginsvilie, Mo Will praotlce iu all the slate and federal c .urls. Prompt attention given to collections. examinations 01 lanii imt-a,w ruing ivai tunvu tures, vie. Loans money at a low rat o inler--.1 wrii.a InHiiriin.w noiiutea In ataodard com can, " . . .' . 1 1 L iMiilea. anu. ill liinv. m lUSinc.s In geueral. Olllu. over Ulob Clolb- nig lloii.c. nirginsvltle. Mo. apriiiyi 35 8:'20 8:10 9. on 9.27 10:3.1 11:15, 11:50 2 45' fu. Southern papers are alarmed by the extoiiHivo puiT.haso of the pine lands iu Unit section by northern lumbermen. It iH HHiil thai they are quietly buying up all tlio pine lands they nan possibly get, with the view of moving lo the smith in the near future. The southern people arc advised not In sell at llu low prices they huve been taking. Wo heard a xenl Ionian of intelli gence and coolness, who while he is a democrat was a native of Massachusetts say, that uo people who deserved to be free would over live nntlerso infamous a law as the Lodge election bill; and he addod deliberately : "I would never consent lo do so. I would rather die in the attempt to regain my freedom. ' There iu a great deal being said, aud much should be saitl because It Is a very important subject, about the improve ment of the Missouri river, but what system can be successful if the waters of the upper river continue to be more and more diverted for the purposes of Irrigation? Of what avail will be recti fied banks if there is no water to flow between them '( The protected barons of I he north who are howling through their repre sentatives 111 congress against the alleg ed suppression of the uegro vote. should first cease to suppress and ter rorize (he white vote in their factories. Thev are as arrant a set of bvDOcrites as ever sang psalms through their noses on Sunday alter sending- their custom era, suifsr 011 Saturday. WttT. SA.T. ' T -1 Passenger Stations. Passenger 2 r am. ra. am. pm. ru 0:30 I0 65 4:45 5:40 .Blackburn.. 0:52 :4" l:tm 4:IKl 8 07 lO:rT 4:Mi n:4 .... Alma.... 9:43 :: 12:35 4:07t 8-00 6:45" 10:42 510 8:00 ...Corder.... 9:35 Vttfit 12:00 4-201 7:5S :r3 10:30 5:12 0:10 Higginsvllle. 9:27 H:I0 11:25 4:30 7:45 7:05 lllilN 5.25 8:30 ..Mayvlew... H:15 8'55t 10:35 4:45f 7::i 7:IU 10:15 5.411 8:50 ....Odessa... 9:03 8-40 10:05 6.00 7:Vft 7:30 0:50 6:52 7:1S ..Bales City.. 8:45 8:23 S80 I 5:20 7:12 H'lil 8:l 7:15 H:45 Kansas City 7:.K7: 5:15 I 7;ut ') am. (leoige Iunes, of Lawrence, Kan has received a letter from Senator Plumb, Ironi which the following is extracted: "1 am glad indeed to nolo your commendation of my position upon the tariff question. Probably we shall not agree as lo what ought to be done, but I mvsell am entirely persuad eu that the western people are not to be benefited by an indiscriminate in crease, in the duties levietl upon import eu luerctiaiuiise, ami especially ou those things which go into uuiversal consumption. Iu this matter, as in all others, the interest of my constituents are my interests and whatever their interests call lor 1 gladly aid iu accom plishing." Senator Plumb has cut entirely from the McKiuley bill. 3TU one of the standing maxims of our business. We understand the word Bargain to mean not oniy uneap uouus, uui guuus ui High Quality, and every time we use tue word Bargain we mean you to associate with it the ideas of QUALITY & CHEAPNESS, which is the distinguishing feature of the genqine bargains we offer. - We offer bargains in all. departments, but especially in M KIIIOALi Trains marked with will But stun. Trains marked wltb t stou nn signal . Local freigutarundailyexceplituadaT. Other trainsdallv. Coupon tiokets on sale tn Ml principal points In tbe Untied Slates and Canada. Baggage checked through 10 destination without extra cnarge. . a. vs.kiuil.a.iun. Agent at lllggmaville IXOBKNIill IN. II A. Ml II PA. It, Id, . fTOMlEOPATHIST. Women and Children's 1 ureases a specialty, omce on uranium A venue, opposite courthouse apiSliua KUOIIAKD BLITZ. Li. I. D. LtUKUBON "DKNT1ST, olnoe opiio O site courthouse, over Lexington Savings Bank. Lexington. Mo. Bank, opposite '.rxlnglun, uo. DENTIST. HA88ELL. D. D. 8.- tbe -r v. (J rront rooms over Couiwsreial Courthouse,1 n-niJii DR. J. W.MEO, O UhGKON DKNTIHT.offlceopposiU O tue courthouse, up stairs, i.i-xiug Missouri. Light Colored Stiff Hats, -Men's and Boys' Straw Hats. Ladjes'J Misses1 and t Children's Low Cut and Slippers. Sh DR. J. J. UREEB) SUltUKON DKN 1'IST, has opened an oOlce over the Llyell Coun-u-..k nt iloor la Or. Tucker. ...I . .vur t.rHii.rail In do all klnd.Ol wolk. Spt cml altent-ou given lo the ailing ol teetb aud ine making 01 artiuoiai ueui.ur.-a. aching Uetb and bave them extracted without pain by tbe use of nitrous oxide. SalistadMon guaranteed in every case. Lexington, Mo. oes Men's Low CufShoe Silk Urnbrellas and 1 Gentlemen1 Gloves, SMITH & BOLTON, t i KRANKUN AVE. t i s BANKI. OMMERCI AL-: - BANK, LEXINGTON, MO. . TAUBMAN. Paas. W.'.H. CHILES. V-P. B. R. IKELAND, Cashieb. PAID UP CAPITAL, V7,UUU. BUSINBSS ON A LIBERAL AND POPULAR BASIS. DIRECTORS ; LOC.E TXSKUMB, JAHSSr. CATgOW, Jacob D. connaa, ua. - ' OBO. W. JOHMSOK, WILLIAM M. CHILES. B. H. IBELAMD. MORRISON WENTWORTH BANK I.EXIM1TON, OU, H TILL do ageneiai Hanging ouaia-ai uujun V and Selling Loads. Oold and axonange. r, 11. ...cinui nnlleotlons made and pioroptly remitted for at rurrent rates of ei- onange. Liberal accommodations to Kegtuar uuatouera. 8.U. WENTWOBTM.rresi. K FIELD. Vice-President, WM. MOKBISON. tiashier. BANK OF HIGGINSVILLE. Capital Stock, $7S. OOO. W. O. NEALE, Phes. Ciiah. HOEKKB, Casu, DIKE TOKS : MALI, C . F. HIISMNEB,. p. IKIHTHMAN, j. :. wooiih, HAH. UOEfKR, j. M. AHNTHnUI, W. W. BOUTHCUTT, j. O. JOMBS, NKAI.E. HOW'D DO, but Sorry to disturb your tquilibriuni, I must imprpsx upon your mind ! wi NOW HI' UK thin a radius of lorty miles can tie found 80 large or complete a stock of WINES & LIQUORS as is kept by reliable A. CtEYER. .3 -f' OR RCfllT. STlHK room ami uw.-i" ew ypslited and nicely pspered.- Uuteh Low. . ',..;; A. tiET'R. IneeTir FOR RENT. I MIS) More room on r,rB'Sl!n I BS'besB oe.upiedby Mr A FX? na"'- T. t. aTttAMCKIC. ,venue. whirl Ibert I 001111 .. Kxc.ll.nl liH-.at on W. H. BRUIMS, BSEEDEB or- I'ymii-nim A.' Pol an LL STOCK record ed in tbe Central nd-Chlna K.oor.l. Sati.faclion guaranteed. Address: W. U. I'.run-, Coaoordls, Mo.itJLAIsVw nous Do a General Banking nusinraa-sn counts, Exchange and Deposit. iu J1ISEPII O. LEMUEWR. A-l LOAN AND INSUItANC'K AGENT, I J Abtrai ler and Conveyancer. Lexington, M. Money P loan on nuproeu " "-- yelteaiiil adjoining '""-"-. " of iBterral with privuegeoi pa j iug iar. ut ef principal 'ore maturity. No iiemv, no i"" .-1'-. band. Write iiiejojieriiia. CENTRAL FEMALE COLLEGE LEXINGTON, WO,, WILL BEUIN ITU HKS" HlON on Hepteinper I. 1. man ual t- Lil- Madame Kdouard lllilx will lve clmrae. as directress, ol the Music Department. Kor Catalogue giving terms aud other Infor luailOli, apl.lv to tue prrano u., JuneliUII Youthful Depravity. BY 8. JKNN1K SMITH. 'Msmras, I link I nm not well," Said Iszt little Hsbel; ' Tbs beans I'd given ber to shell, Neglected on tbe table. Usr dimpled cheek wltb roses vied; Her eyes the stem resembled; '1 be cbubbr form mv faltb defied; My darling bad .dissembled. "I'm sorry, dear." I gravely said. "Because you'll uls Ibe puddings; The place tor sick lolks Is In bed, Wltb not tate of good things." Sbe thoughtfully smoothed out ber dress, Tbis wicked little sinner: "Then I'm not sick )uat now, I dess; I'll wait till titer dinner." The Laboring Man. The noblest men who live on esrib. Are those whose bands are brown with toll Who, backed by do ancestral graves. Hew down tbe woods and till the soil; And view thereby a prouder name Than follows king's or warrior's tame. Tbe working men. what e'er tbelr task. Who carry tbe stone or bear tbe bod. Tbey wear upon tbelr bonest brows Tbe royal stamp and seal of God ; And worthier are tbelr drops of sweat Than diamonds In a coronet. God bless Ibe noble working men. Who resr tbe cities of tbe plain ; w no dig mines, wno build ids sdIds. And drive tbe commerce of tbe mains. Ood bless ibein I tor tbelr toiling hands Have wrought tbe glory of all lands. Tbe Baby. BY R. J. BL'RDBTTK. The little, tottering baby feet. Wltb faltering steps and slow, Wltb psttering echoes soft and sweet, Into my heart they go; Tbey alto go, in gtlwy plays, In muddy pools and dusty ways. Then through tbe boue In trackful maze Tbey wander to and fro. j Tbe baby bands that clasp my Berk w no toucbes dear to me Aretha ssme bands ihatstnaib and wrerk Tbe Inkstaud foul to see: Tbey pound tbe mirror wltb a vaue. iney rend tn manuscript In twain. Widespread destruction tbey ordain In wasteful (ubilee. Tbe dreamy, murm'ring voice Tbstcoos its little tune. Tbat makes my listening heart rejoice. Like 111 Tils in lesiy June. Can wake lu midnight, dark and still. And all the air with bowling nil. Tbat splits the ear wltb eet.oes shrill. i.ike cornets out or time. Joseph OtiviiPtte lias lieou in the Michigan prison lor thirty-two consec utive years. I lo was convicted ol murder in 18A8 ami condemned lu soli lary confinement for life. For a uninber of years (how many he himsuil cannot tell) he was isolated from anything iu (he shape of a human heing. lie never aw a human face or heard a human voice (or long weary ui inths at a lime. His food was brought to him on a tin plate anil handed through a wicket, but he uever caught a glimpse of the con vict who wailed 011 him. For thirty two years the only sight of the sky he ever got was from within the four great walls. lie has never stepped outside the gates. No friend or relative has spoken to hint In all that period. SARATOGA 8TYLES. "orniiig Ureases. Independent waists, lnifsri.d(Jswii, New Nets and I. ares. Editor Iniki.i.kiknck.r: The grow ing prevalence of tucking as an orna mentation is very noticeable. (Ji otitis of tine tucks may alternate- with wide or successive fine lurks may almost tire the eyesight by a long drawn out con tinuance. Plain China silk or mull are especially adapted lo this finish and an imported dress ol the first named ma terial is tucked within a loot tit tl.e waist which shows a lucked voke and sleeves. For nioruinif wear simnle white dresses are ol linen, nainsook or line cambric aud although sometimes worn with sashes, yet it is easy to see (hat sashes have had their best tlav and unless in such handsome style that iney cannot ue roletsaletl lu a secondary position, are not liked so well as bolts lastened by buckles. Some lew tailor made dresses of while linen have ap peared aud also princess cost u meg ol white duck which recall the material ued for gentlemen's. White tailor suits are sometimes worn over a shirt trout with masculine tie or a chemisette of shirred mull. INDEPENDENT WAISTS though not especially noticeable at this stylish resort have yet 10 some ex tent forced their way and deserve men tion because of remarkable utility and couitort. The greater number are iu blouse or sbirt shape with tucks down the back and trout and aro made of soft silk, lawu, muslin or linen iu patterns lou varieti lor moniioii, the majority however showing stripes thai are the safer choice fur plump figures while a becoming abaudou Is imparted to Ihiu persons by thin silk waists showing targe circular spots in contrasting colors. In some waists, tbe fullness is drawn in to tbe centre of the back and trout but others show the fullucss dis tributed evenly across aud gathered in at the shoulders and belt. Some styles display the gathers drawn iu closely at me oacic anu trout ana spreading; out iu iau shape towards the shoulders aud this is very popular. Close fitting basques of material quite different from Ibe skirt have not lost tavor aud la an outfit for Ibis place recently prepared by Lord & Tavlor, there were three very handsome independent waists.oue of yellow sallu trimmed with black lace, one of black lace aud a thirtl of heliotrope silk trimmed with passementerie. F.I.EUANT DOWNS, not yet show u but which are being reserved for the latter part of July, show some peculiar features. In one, the trimming isau applique embroidery made 01 plush aud silk crocbet workou crepe de chine, the flowers of plush with leaves aud stalks iu crochet with tine crochet work around the plush. A trellis work of plush in cross bars lorms a support on which embroidered flowers clamber and the work being done iu natural colora.ono may imagine llin beanlilul effects. Fine bead work adds lis glitter and completes the un usual picture. An equally elegant dress lo a new shade of green silk is gamilurrd by velvet leaves iu natural color, each lear covered separately bv crepe aud in passing it may bo remark ed the covering of leaves by crepe is a new feature which appears also on fans ltd very dressy result, some lor even ing being made entirely of crepe cover ed leaves. OOOKRELL AND THE PARTY n.morracr In 4Jood Nhape 10 Mtamp out I lie l.aal Vealtge of He pit til Ira ails m. with a lull faculty ol accoiiiplu ei teachers, and all tbe depa nit-iits thoroughly organized. I A. A. joni:. Lexington. Mo. WUNTVVOKTH MALE ACADEMY, LKXIUM-TON, : MO. MILITARY HOAItDINO SCHOOL Noii-brotatiun. but under Cliriatian inlluence. Preparation lor liiisineaa. West Polnl or Co lege. TrriiM mote resnooable than Inuse of anysehiHil of tlieasuie kind lu the WKVxl EFfislon begins September u. SANDFOItlt HKLI.KKS, M. A. 1'riuctpal. for Cats logue uildreas tsnlltr returns :aillug to gel their paper legularly from the carrier will greatly oblige us by I caving word at this otUce, where a paper ' will be given you and a reprimand to the rarri'.T. If we hear no complaint, of course we must conclude tbat tbe psperijls left wltb uue legulsrlty. lt Worth While BY KLLA WUKKLRK WILCOX. It la easy enough to bs ileassot While life Hows by like a song. lint the man worth while Is ibe man who will smile Wbuu everything goes desd wrong. Kor tbe test of tbe heart la trouble. And ll always comes wltb tbe years. Aud tbe smile that is worth tbe praise of earl 11 Is the smile that "bines through tears. It Is easy enough to be prudeut When nothing tempts vou to strsv. Wbsu without or within no voice of sin Is lurlog your soul awav. But It's only a M gsilve virtue Until ll Is fled by tire. And the life that la worth the honor of earth la the one tbat realals desire. By the cynic, the sad, the fallen. Wbo bad no atrengto for the strife. Tbe world's highway Is cumbered to-day; 1 ury iiihko up me items of lite. ' Bui the virtue th.tt conquers passion. Aod lli sorrow that bides in s smile It is these tbgl are worlh the homage of earlb. ror we uui tnein nut unin iu awhllo1. GONE MAD. Dogs and hogs, cattlo and sheep, horses aud hens, aud nearly all other kinds of animals iu Cedar county are dying off rapidly with hydrophobia. They all go crazy ou seeing water, froib ai 1 lie inotiiii ana bile vicimiHly. ft ven the sheep and chickeua bite. The farmers ol this country are now doing a business 011 a basis ol buying milk by dry measure and selling it by wine measure. They are buying by the abort ton of 2,000 pounds and selling by the long ton ol 2,240 pounds. They are doing just tlio reverse ol what they should do in order to become successful farmers or successful traders. Of all the callings in this country tbo one that could stand free trade more absolutely is tbat ol the farmer. II the McKiuley tariff bill ehonld become a law, and be enlorced for three years it is sale lo say that 110 farmer would be able to pursue his calling and make his expense Wheu it is understood that about 44 per cent, ol the people of tbe United States are f trmers or are interested in (arming industries, it may be realized bow disastrous to the industries of this country would be the enforcement of the provisions ol (he McKiuley tariff bill. We find Ibis in a republican paper: "One of tbe tnont intelligent leaders of tbe labor parly said a lew days ago 'There never was a lime iu the history of theworltt when the purchasing power of money was so great in connection with the earning power of a working man. For instance, we will say that good mechanic now earns $3 day. VVitb that $3 he can buy lood and clothing at lower prices than al any time since 1859, and in 1859 a good mechanic i.rknl.1 twit ourn nim'A fliatk 42') a ilat ' " Well, suppose all this to bo true, yon certainly aro not fool enough to attrt bule it to your tariff ? The same thing is true, only lo a vrealer extent, in free trade Knglaud. Tlio world cer tainly does move and men improve their condition as time passes, but in the Darliiiular alluded to inventive genius, liberty, and organization ol labor have had all lo do with the ame lioration of the condition of the work iniMuan, aud the tariff has been to him only a burden anil a hindrance. The "protection" is for tlio capitalist, not the laborer. The number of new banks organized for the Vi mouths ending May 31, was willi an aggregate capital stock ol $31,765 ,000. This is the lurgesl number pi any one year since tlio slate banks oamo into the system in ISiift. This in crease is largely in I lie newer commu nities, where there has been much hostile feeling toward the bunks. The four no v slates have chartered 20 new banks with a capital ol $2,:i25.00t) and of the entire number ol new institu tions, 1G1 , with an aggregate capital of $18,H:iO,)iM), are in the stales aud terri tories west of the Mississippi, Texas lietuls the liHt Willi 54 new organiza tions and Nebrui-ku next with 23. Missouri shows the largest capitaliza tion, 0,450,0011, and Texas comes next with $4,110,000. Only 58 new banks with a capital of $'i,'.".)0.000 bavo been organixetl north of the Potomac and oast ol )hio. There was an increase in bank circulation during May of .V, G10. Au increase has not happened lor some lime anil indicates a suspension ol the recent tendency to withdraw circu lation became of the liijb prices ol the boud-t. NKTDKRflSKS are bcantitully relieved by tnfted flowers in natural color and rival fine silk mulls stamped in floral patterns hat resemble band painting. Tbe combination of yellow with black net or lace is much lu vogue and may be accomplished by yellow ribbons or gold braid or passementerie. Other color ou black are also seen aud colored ribbon placed under net iu stripes or Vandykes are very stylish. L.UCY CARTER. ."STAND UP FOR MISSOURI." I From the Columbia Herald. I This is tbe caption of an editorial which appeared last week iu a repub lican exchange. 1 tie voter ol tue state were nrtred to "redeem Missouri," to "wipe out the Bourbon blot," lo "stand up for tbe best interest oi ine state" and by electing a lot 'of republican to office "pnt our glorious commonwealth ou tbe highway to progress aud pros perity. We hear anil reaa a greai amount oi such rot, especially during campaign year. The statements are altogether false. Tbe election of Ibe republican state ticket iu Missouri would not be a steo forward but backward. It would be a return io ine oays oi nouman, McClurg aud Fletcher, when the ex penses of state administration were twice a large as tbey are to-day, when tbe state was impoverished by debt, and immigration avoided Missouri as though a moral and material iestileuce stalked abroad over the commonwealth continually. To go back to such days and such administration would be to reverse the wheel ol progress aud admit that tbe past of reconstruction and radical oppression is belter than the present of economical, popular rule. Under democratic administration in Missouri the slate has made wonderful advancement In everything that, makes a laud aesirable lor a home. County debts bave been reduced lour million dollars iu ten years anil the slate debl has been well nigh obliterated. It is now bill nine million dollarx with a taxable wealth ol $842,000,000. Only four stales have more personal proper ty than Missouri and only eight more valuable real estate. Taxes have been lowered, churches, schools aud colleges have been built aud no slate, save Texas, has a larger school Iniul than Missouri. Population has grown Iroui 2.1CM.O00 in IS:) to more than 8,000,000 iu 181)0. This is a larger increase than any state east of the Mississippi river aud than any of tbe old slates of Hie west. The state government has been administered with economy, honesty and faithful care, Tlio democratic ollicers can give good account of their stewardship. So much lor a brief refutation of the stale charges ot republicans who malign Missouri for partisan purposes. Ot course no one in this state who con sider the subject is atlected by the slanders. They are fast also losing weight iu distant states as the increas ing tide ot immigration abunoautly proves. It is well uow and then, how ever, lo set forth Ihe untruthfulness ol llieso campaign utterances and lo show wherein they misrepresent tbe demo cracy aud Missouri. Senator Cockrell.who passed through St. Louis Sunday on his way to Wash ington from Utile Rock, Ark., in cou veiHhtion with a Kepublic reporter, said : "I am here ou some private business, which is ot such a nature that I could not neglect It. I am very anxious to get back to Washiugtou, where there is a great deal of important work for democratic senators to do jnst now. The republicans are going lo try to force the federal election law through at this session, but I hope they will uot bo able to carry out their plans. In fact there is ho much other important legislation to be disposed of before tbe adjournment of congress, which I think will lake place not later than the 1st of .September, that It look to me now as though il would bo impossible to give the election bill anything like a respect able discussion in the senate at this essiou. The bouse, of course, will pas it, but 1 do not believe it will ever pass the. senate.'' "What do voq think about tbe action of he republicau party ou the silver question?" the senator was asked. "My opinion agree with that ol a great many other democratic senators with whom I bave talked ou tbe sub ject, that tbe ad lou of the bouse in refusing to concur iu the senate amend ments iu I he silver bill ha ruined the republican party in such western slates a Iowa anil Kansas in particular. I think the democrat will gain 15 to 20 congressmen iu the westou tbe streuglb of that action alouo. 1 do uot see bow the silver mining stales, to say nothing ol tbe agricultural states can stick to the republicau party after the way tbat party has treated silver legislation dur inu this conirress." "What do you think of the future of the democracy iu Missouri?' "There never was a lime when tbe democratic party iu this state seemed to be in a bettor position to stamp out Ihe last vestige of the republican party in the stale. I am in position to know something ot wbat the feeling of the people is in this state iust uow. I receive a treat many letter from peo pie inquiring after peusiou claims aud other matters, aud nearly every one of them coutalu something about politics Some are from republicans and some are from democrats. The republicans jii every instance say they are disgusted with tbe liarrisou administration and tbat they Intend to act with the demo crats this year. The democrat say they have assurances from their repab licau neighbor that tbey are going to act with the democrats, aud many ol them express regret tbat tbey will not have an opportunity to vote for Cleve lami lor two year yet. With such a splendid state ticket as thai of the democracy of Missouri this year Ibe democrat Is majority ought not to fall below 40,000. By tbe way, 1 want to say a word about Judge (Jauit, the nominee lor Judge of the supreme court. 1 have known Judge Oantl lor many year. Hi eieclioti to Ibe supreme bench will put Ibere another such a mau as Judge Black, who has made such a brilliant record a a Judge Uault is a splendid lawyer, a clean, sale, hard working mau aud a close student. He is no idler. He does nol know what it is lo do uothiug. If he ha uo work be i not lo be found it- ting; arouud ou some dry good box whittling. He will be fouud iu hi ofllce reading and improving hi iniud. He should, and I believe be will, get a tremendous majority of tbe popular vote " Senator Cockrell' term expire two years from tbe 4 tb day ol next March Some aspiring statesman have been casting shy ' glance at tbe seat Ihe senior Missouri senator has held now for 16 years, and It has been reported thai ou account of failing- health he would decline to be a candidate to sun ceed himself at tbe end of bi present term. Speakiug of bis health, tbe sen ator said yesterday that be never fell better in bis life, and wbat be said was attested by bi appearance. He- look better physically tbau be ha for sever al year past. His eyes are elear and bright aud bis complexion aa healthy looking as a 16 year-old athlete should have. Tbe senator did not say posi tively tbat be was going to be a candi date for re-election to the senate, but from bis conversation on the subject ol the choosing of his successor be left a decided impression witb tbe Inter viewer that he would be a candidate. "I bave never been in Ibe habit" be said "of making a canvass for Ihe seu ate two years iu advance of the election, but politics bave changed somewhat in Missouri recently and I may find it necessary io do some early work if I should seek a re-election to the senate. THE INDIAN CHRIST. Porcupine, a I'liey nine Brave sa)S lie la in Nevada. TKroin Peek's Sun. A middle-aged iadv, with a black alpaca dress, worn shiny at the elbows, and a cheap shawl and bonnet, aud her hands putted up aud blue, us though she had just got her washing out, went llilfl I IA fiOtnA .kf a limmlti, il Misfit, a iiOfew morning since, and took a chair. one wipeu ine perspiraiiou irotu tier face ou a blue checked apron, and when the Mason looked at her with an interested, brothery look, as though she was in trouble, sbe said : "Are you the boss Alasour He blushed, told her he was a Mason, but not tbe highest iu the land. She hesitated a moment, lingered the corner ot ber apron, and curled it up like a boy speaking a piece iu school, aud asked: Have you taken the whole 233' degrees of masonry?" t he man laughed anil told her there were only thirty-three degrees, aud that he had only taken thirty-two. 1 bo other degree could only be taken by a very few, wbo were recommended hv the (Iraud Lodge, aud they had to go lo New York to gel the thirty-third degree. 1 lie lady stutiiea a minuie, unpiiiucu the safety piu that neld her shawl to gether, and put il iu her mouth, took a long ureal h and said: Where does mv busbaiid get Ihe other 200 degrees, then?" The prominent Mason said he guess ed her husband never got 200 degrees uuless he had a degree factory. He said he didn't uudersiand the lady. Doe my husband have to sit up with a corpse three night a week?" she asked, her eye flashing fire. "Do you keep a tot of sick Masons on lap t r my husbaud to sit up wilb?'1 The prominent Mason saitl tie was thankful that bnt lew Masons died, and only occasionally was one sick enough lo call for masonic assistance. Why did she ask? "Well, my husband began to join the Masons about two years ago, aud he has been taking degree or sitting tit with people every uigbt since, aud he come home at an nines oi ine nigiit smelling of beer and cheese- I thought al first that the cheese was the result ol hi going to the morgue to help carry brother Mason home after they had been fouud iu the river. 1 have kept a little track ot it, aud I figure that he ha taken 233 degrees, including the great skvfugle degree, which be took Ihe night ue came nome wun ui up cut and bis ear banging by a piece oi skin." Oh, madam' said the prominent Mason, "there is no skyfngle degree hi masourv. lour nusoanu nas neu to vou." "That's what l tbink,'' said sue, as a baleful light appeared iu her eye. He said be was taking the skylugle degree, and fell through the skylight. 1 bad bim sewed up and be is ready for more degrees. "After he had taKen, i turns, aoont 150 degrees, I told him I should think he would let up ou it, and put some trotatoes in tbe cellar for wilder ; but he said when a mau ouce got started ou the degrees he had to take them all or be didu t amount to anything. Sometimes a brother Mason come home with bun along in the morning and thev gab about a 'iuii uin.ii,' zu they both act lull a they sttnd on the steps and gab about their 'pat bauds,' and 'raining 'em oat,' aud 'calling,' aud bobtail flush; mister, is'1 stauu pai vour uasa word C' The Mason tola ner it was not. i nat Ihe words she had spoken were an ex mession used by men when playing draw poker, and be added thai he didn't believe ber husband was a Mason at all, but tbat he bad been lying to her all these vears. She signed andaaiu: "tuat s wnat t thought when he came home with a lot of ivory chips in uis poctet. "He said tbey naed them at ine toitgc to vote on candidates, that a while chip elects aud a blue chip rejects a candi date. "If you look the matter up ami see u () (ne fjrow he has Joined Ibe Mason 1 win oe Messiah." obliged to you. tie say ne nas laseii all the 233 degrees, aud now ihe boys waut,him to joiu the Knights ot Pythias. 1 want to get out an injunction io pre vent bim from joining anything else until we get some underclothes lor winter. "I'll tell you wbat I will do.The next time he says anything about skylugle degree and consistory nonsense I will use a washboard and canse bim to be lieve there is one degree lu Masonry he has missed." From tbe Republic. Fokt Custek, Mont.. July 1 The Indians on all tlio reservations in tbis ieotion are iu a state of excitement bordering on frenzy over the alleged1 ooinlng of the Messiah. A few day t ago Porcupine, the apostle of the new Uhrist.gave to au army officer the story of his meeting with the Messiah. Last evening be arrived here with a few ' tollowers aud telated bis story witb addiilon il details. He spake to officers uui ladies ot the post for over an hour, : ind tolly explained his religion, which closely resembles the Christian religion f the whites, except tbat Porcupine claiuies postivoly that Christ has come back to earth and is uow in the flesh in- W.ilkcr Lake, Nevada. Porcupine' i tlid not know anything about tbe first Christ, but be says this Christ told bim lie had been ou eaith hundreds ot years ago, when be appeared lo the white people, who used him roughly, aud ' ' even killed him. Porcupine says he -jaw marks on tbe hands ol tbe Christ, who saitl he had been nailed to a tree ' by the hands, aud that spike had also. been driven through his lect, aud bi tide had been cut open. : . The Christ did uot show the scars on , his leet, as ho had ou bis shoes, nor did he show the wound iu his side, but all knew what he told them was true. Porcupine said he did not believe In the Christ when he llrst beard of bim, but I no Konncr did be see him than all . . doubt vanished from his mind and be , knew he wai lookiug at God. Ue bad never wen such a mau before and nev- "X wotiM unless ue saw t'us mau again, which he meant to do. It was evening .' when Christ came walking into tbe camp, and iney an Knew wuo ne was ; wii bout being lOld. He described Christ as a large man with a lawny skiu.a uoble carriage and , ., lace. Christ did not speak the first day ... Porcupine saw him, but commenced " alking ou the next day soon alter sun- ' rise nun tuu not cease nuiii toe sun was near the western horizon. Hiiuiircdff of Indians, representatives ' Ironi scores ol iribes, heard him aud all understood him. He did uot speak in , ; Cheyenne, but Porcupine understood him perfectly, aa Hid the oilier i;Der- eunes present. He then repeated mucu oi ine cnnsi's - sermon to the Indiana, and it similar ity to the first Christ's teacbiugs was . at limes astounding. Christ said wbat grew ou eartu grew lor an, ana su were equally entitieu to too eartu , products, lie said he c uld not repeat iu a day all Christ said, bnt these were , . . ... a a. ia. a. ! some ol the things ne laugut, anu ne believed iu them, and the mau be saw the Sou of God, and uoue other. Christ to'd the white people wbeu tney put Him to death, lie would come agun,- bui not to them first, but to tbe Iudlsn nation, whose red children being poor and simple minded would bear and believe him. He commanded them to . go forth and preach bis doctrine, but to add nothing to it, ana to noiu own ing back. Ho said he could bear all tbey said wherever they were, "and" ( said Porcupine, "Christ is bearing me uow and is here iu tbe room. ' . Tlio apostle stood witb outstretched nands in silence for reverai roiuuiea beioro he began speakiug, and having become filled witn ine noiy udosi broke forth like one inspired, inere were commandments, too, such as -"Thou shall uot steal," "Thou shalt not ki.', "Thou halt not bear faiae witness." . . Porcupine said that Christ told them all wars were wrong and ibey must not kill anyone. Ue answered cheerfully all questions and said be told only wbat ho saw. Two of the Indiana, with Porcupine, hail been lo Walker Lake, aud wneu questioned by Gen. Brisbiu, said what Porcupine hail loin was true, auu iust they had secu aud beard the same themselves. ' Porcupine is a fine looking inaian with large.black, expressive eye, and an abundance of silky black bair. Ue , is over six leet tall. He also preached Indians ou tbe "tw THAT AWFUL REBEL YE-L. From the Kansas City Star.l in DEBT, DIRT AND THE DEVIL. To keep debl, dirt aud tbe devil out of my cottage has beeu my greatest wish ever since 1 sel up housekeeping Surely these form a trinity of evil that should be carefully gnarded against. A man who is iu debt is a slave, toiling to meet Ihe demand of auother. Ue cannot call what he possesses his own. He had better a great deal have less, aud "owe uo mau anything," accord iug tn the apostolic Injunction, than to have large possessions for which he is responsible, but which in whole or iu part belong to another. A mau iu debl is like a person overboard with a great weight about his neck, with which, by great exertion, he may reach the shore, hut which, nevertheless, may sink In in al any moment. But whatever excuse may be make lor men going into debt. surely none can be ottered lor their liv iug in dirl. Soap and water are cheap, and brushes ami biooms are not very expensive. WHAT IT WOULD MEAN NORTH. IN THE 1 (lover nor L'auibell of Ohio. 1 "I do uot know how otkor people look at it, nor do i know how it would work iu the south, but 1 say unhesitat ingly that the attempt to control tbe election of congressmen in Ihe north by a lorct) of deputy marshals armed with bull tlog revolver and composed of the scum aud outpourings ot hell such men as were made deputy mar shals in Cincinnati in the flection of 1HS4 would result in bloodshed at every polling place in tbe north." CONSERVATIVE OOUNOILS-DO NOT r&bVAib. AN ECHO Of OTHER DAY8- He Did you see the Spinx while you were in the east? She Oh, yes. Wo made up a hi; party and went out, and there was au awfully clever Englishman along who made up Ibis riddle as we ale our lunch ou Ihe sand: "What is it that walks in the morning with lour legs, at noon with two legs and at night with lour legs?" tie Kats. She Oh, Mr. Trotter, it iu t-it'0 man. From tbe Omaha Bee, Hep. 1 As we have heretofore said, regarding tins matter, tue masses ot the reoub li can party do not lake any interest in it aud it la probable a majority ot Ihem do uot syuipatlriao with ihe motioned legislation. i ne late ot ine cancus committee bill Is uncertain. Sncb astute democrats as Senators Carlisle aud Gorman differ as to what may be done with it. ll conservative counsels are allowed to bavo their due weight, lis lallure can. hardly he a matter of doubj. PROF- L. E. WOLF Wbo received the democratic uomi nation for state superintendent ol school was burn in Lewis county, Va . in 1852, and was eight vears old when the civil war broke out. Uiini g the war his parents, discouraged ami broken iu lortuue, decided lo remove to Harrison, Ky. In the tall of 18G5.at tbe age of thirteen, he entered the dis trict school tor the nrst uuie. uwiug to tbe calamities of tbe war be bad not enjoyed a day's schooling op to this time. Tbe short term ot winter scuooi passed by lollowed by tbe loug spring. summer and tall of farm drudgery, aud this by another brief term ol winter school. During these eight months of school be made commendable progress. Ou account of tbe ill health or his lather aud the crippling of his oldest brother the management ami chiel labor ol the farm devolved upon him, assisted by a younger brother. He was destined never to enter a couutry school again as a pupil, and, np to this time, has bad the privilege ei out eigni mouths more schooling. Daring these lour years his earnings bad helped to keen Ids crippled brother in sctioul.aud it was in conversation wilb him.during hniummer vacations tbat Ihe subject ol tbis sketch decided to prepare him self for what Droved to be hi hie work . . , ... Uahoring ou ine larm inrougu m uv aud studying his brother hooks ny nlifht. he'va at tbe age of nineteen employed to leaob a neighboring dis trict school at mm ner woruu. Disappointed iu a spring school uy reason ol an epidemic, ne at once tost out for Ijexiuglon, Ky., without tleti uite idea of what be could do upon his arrival. Afterward be came west and in 1X70 took charge of Ihe public school of Hopkins, Mo. Since then he has been in charge of the schools ot Hopkins; Plattshurg, fonr years: Nevada one year, and Moberly, seven years, distin guishing lumsell all along ibe line During bis seven years" superintend enov of the Moberly public schools he has brought them to tbe very highest standard of excellence, inspiring his twenty-five teachers and Ihe cotiiinuni ty with unbounded confidence in his organizing power. As school coiumis siouerof Uandolpb, he ha placed the county in the very first rank. As president of the Northeast Missouri Teachers1 Association, he doubled the largest attendeuce In the prevtuus his tory ot the association.. Prof. Wolf is a mau the ambit Ion of whose lile is to do ihe greatest good for tbe masses aud lo consecrate his whole energy to tbe educational upbuilding ol his state. Grasping the all important truths that no great educational relorm can be, carried out by Ihe state superin tendent, exoept through the leading teacher ol the stale, aud that it is ol tbe utmost importance that these lead ing teachers, asaemblcd in slate con vention agree upou an ediuaiioual policy, and go out Irom lhat convention with increased aevouou . t that nolicy iu Ihe 114 state, be bas borne All perilous knowing themselves Indebted to me, whose accounts are pant due, will please call aud settle up at once. with the cash or a bankable note, 1 am ruiupelled lo have mouey tu mebi my obligations. J. F. Wluu, Doysr. i-toii out con ii I ics ot ine an important aim prominent part in all me etiucaiiouai gatherings of the lst ten years. llefore lsying down this paper examine tbe dale printed with your name upon Ibe mar gin and If iu arrears call al Ihe office or send Ibe amount due at your earliest convenience. Tbe amounts are small lo each Individual uui large in tbe aft-gregale lo Us. Pletoie do uot u. fleet tbj. tl Mr. llalstead has pricked up bis ear this balmv monib of Juue iust in time to calcb ine expiring ecnoes oi tue rebel yell. At first it was considered not improbable that Mr. Ualstead, in ' thoso closing college days, bad been misled by ibe noise of ibe Harvard . "Itah-rah-rab" or tbe Yale imitation of tbe frogs ot Aristophanes, or Ibe "slss-brom-ah" ot Princeton, or tbe Cornell "I yell I veil," or a score of other college cries which resound along tbe banks of river or on the -college ball fields. Bnt Mr. llalstead gives indu bitable prool lhat the yell he bears Is the Simon pure rebel yell, a treasonable cry specially devised to break up the LTni-eil Slates government and employ ed at this late day lo show tbe most niter and ineffable contempt lor me United States authority. In the rural districts of Missouri tbe rebel yell' is almost as common as tbe querulous tap ot tbe woodpecker. If .... . , 1 t I . If a Mr. llaisieau Will uisguiee uiuiieu iw nrecludo the possibility of assasaination anil steal lino me uuwon ui mo rewi counties ol.lackson.Lalayette.Howard, Booue or Callaway, be will perhaps observe a small boy oi uiieeu years ot ago leaning against tbe fence, giving au exact reproduction of tbe rebel yell. lu five minutes other rebel yen win re heard aud tbe small boy will be Joined bv his companion. Tbey will then move mysteriously iu a compact body toward a neighboring nsbiug or swim ming pool, plotting damnable treason agai-. t the United Slates flag. It is not nn. ikeiy UM.OU0JPJL more oi mem will v Histk' .v.D't'"''" , V A"u their -u LW.uv.4t pf move aTos., .... - v it - war sebswaiiar i I they were YteviaUWu.tig rors with Bill Anderson audius, ., -. As Mr. llalstead is confronted by the) evidences of treason it will be hard in deed to convince him lhat It is not the year of pe.dttioo 1862 instead of the year of grace 181)0. - itevonu uouui anen au scenes can he witnessed daily, not only in M ta nnin t tint iu Arkansas, tieuiucay auu all the southern stiles. And more sorrowful is ihe reflection that little republicau boys iu ibe south have becomo expert iu the enunciation ol this awlul rebel yell. True, tbey do not give it with the same dastardly purpose, which characterizes tbe eltorts ot iitlhe democratic boys, but Is it not playing with fire, toying with a thing accursed, trifling with a supervision of tue pur est principle of lite?What wonder tbat Mr. Halstcad pricks up his ears aud that Colonel Shepard calls for troops. It is a a pity lhat Mr. Porter did) uot incliido in hi census list the question, Do vou give the rebel yell?"Ue would have ascertained that this peculiar cry pi snrprisiugly common in the south and southwest, quite as common per haps as are persimmons and hickory nuts. Were lie to ask a little democratic boy the nature ol tbecry.it is not likely that the little democratic boy would stand up proudly aud say: "Tbat U th rebel yell." But Iheu it is tbe nature ot lit'le democratic boy to dissemble. If the little democratic boy did not dis semble Mr. llalstead aud Colonel Shepard would be obliged to go out of business, Mid lhat would be very bad for this distracted country. Grave fears may be expressed tbat Mr. llalstead, who is getting on in years, will never live to see the extinc tion ot that baneful utterance known as the rebel yell. Under the circumstances the best thing to do will be to intro duce a bill in congress changing its name. In place ol calling it a rebel yell, call it a patriotic cry. As it la a mere matter of sentiment it is plain that the change of name will remove all otleiiBlve qualities. It Is slrauge that, so simple- a remedy should uot have suggested itself to a statesman v sagacious as Mr. Helstead. I.