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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1891)
TnK president and his cabinet are
mud to tic discussing several new
reciprocity treaties with Kuropean
TliK democrat! throughout the
country are scared worse thin year
than they have been wince the year
of the draft.
TllK reduction of the duties by
the McKinley bill have decreased
the revenues of the government
$42,lK,000 per year.
Negotiations are pending with
Italy and France by which it in ex
pected that reciprocity treaties will
lie consummated ere long.
. . 13a m
NOW that the Blaine letter con
cerning hit attitude toward the Mc
Kinley bill haH hushed the wilful
fabricators, we wonder what will be
IT in hoped that since Mr. Hlaine
makes the statement he does con
cerning reciprocity that the demo
cratic papers will cense trying to
create false impressions. Such a
course always proves disastrous to
Foi'K hundred pounds of block
tin is being taken out of the Temes
cal, Cal., mines daily. This is suf
ficient to coat a good many tons of
iron platen, making the commercial
tin plate. Such items as this arc
very depressing to those who are
declaring that tin cannot be pro
duced in this country. Fremont
Ioui8 Kickhoff is one of the
most popular candidates on the re
publican ticket. He is a practical
farmer, a successful financier and
if fleeted he will make a record of
which his party may feel proud and
with which his constituency will be
perfectly satisfied. Vote for Louis
Kickhoff and your confidence will
not be misplaced.
TllK farmers are satisfied with
McKinley prices. Since the bill
has gone into operation they get
more for what they sell and pay
less for what they buy. We notice
that even democrats, at hard to suit
as they are, keep exceedingly quiet
uow-n-daya concering prices. Oue
should think, however, that since
election comes off so soon that they
would improve the time parading
the h'gh prices before the people
r The Globe Democrat remarks
that Poller's chances for getting a
job in a dune museum are gone, as
nobody would give more than a
nickel to see hitu now. The
thought occurs that, in all nroba
bility, after last winter's legislation
shall have had a thorough trial
calamity howlers will be so scarce
that a curiosity to see a live PefTer
might induce' one to give a dime
to see him.
Tile Forum for November will be
a number of especial political
interest, for it will contain articles
on "The Degradation of IVimsj lva
nia Politics,' by Mr. Herbert Welsh
of Philadelphia; "The Regulation
of the Lobby in Massachusci t," by
. Josiah (Juincy, setting forth the
operations of the law to restrain the
lobby; "The Danger of the Farmers
Alliance," by Senator John T. Mor
gan, of Alabama; and "The Death
of Polygamy in 1'tah," by Chief
Justice Zane, of Salt Lake City.
Cl'it W dealers have placed orders
in New York for :tlK),0iK) barrels of
( flour to be delivered in Cuba on or
after the first of January next. It
will take about a million ami a half
bushels of wheat to till this order
, alone. Further orders will be givt a
to other ports, and the demand will
continue a long as the new treaty
remains in force. Formerly Amer
ican flour suffered from a tariir of
about fa.tX) per barrel and prac
tically the entire supply was drawn
from Spain. Now the tariff is less
than $1.(X) per barrel, and the United
States will control the market.
Reciprocity, understand, if( repub
lican policy.- State Journal.
Tim; lit-n ami has refrained' 'from
saying anything concerning the
- sensation article in Sunday's
World-Herald concerning the'
charge of seduction broughtagaitist
Judge Post, until facta in the case
might be learned. Judge Post at
once makes a declaration to the
effect that charge of his kind was
a made in Decatur county when he
was twenty five years of age, but
estimony proved him innocent
and the case was finally dismissed
at the request of the plaintiff. Tes
timony of Judge J, R, Roed
who knew of the facts at the time
corroborates the statement made
by Judge Post. In the face of this
evidence of wilful rnisrpreHentation
"'it is hoped that the World-Herald
will choose the wiser policy and
tonfine its news colums to a prom
ulgation of trnth hereafter.
BLAINE'S TRUE POSITION.
Several democratic papers
throughout the country have been
asserting that Hlaine was opposed
to the McKinley bill. They sought
to prove this by crediting him with
the assertion that the bill did not
open up a market for a single bar
rel of pork or bushel of wheat. The
Journal of this city as usual was
ready to chime in with the other
free trade organs, but THE IlEKALD
called a halt by at once reminding
our esteemed contemporary that
Mr. Hlaine used those words before
the reciprocity clause had been
added and after the committee had
added that clause he was a warm
supporter of the bill. Mr. Hlaine
recently wrote the following letter
defining his true position:
"Augusta, Me., Oct. 14, lS'.d.-John
Hopley, L'eq., K litor of tl e J mrnal,
Hticyrus, O.-My Dear Sir: You in
form me that the democratic paper
In your town, and many democratic
papers throughout Ohio keep the
following paragraph standing in
"'Hut there is not n section or line
in the entire bill (McKinley tariff)
that will open a market for another
bushel of wheat or another barrel
of pork.' James G. Blaine to Sena
tor Frye, July 11,18110.
"This sentence is garbled and
taken from its proper connection.
It creates a wrong impression.
What I did nay is the following:
'"I do not doubt that in many re
spects the tariff bill pending in the
senate is the just measure and that
most of its provisions are in ac
cordance with the wise policy of
protection,' but not that 'There is
not a section or line in the entire
bill that will open a market for
another bushel of wheat or another
barrel of pork.'
"The letter in which this para
graph occurs was written for Sena
tor Frye on July 11,1890, and the
McKinley bill did not become a law
until Oct. 1 nearly three months
thereafter. In my letter to Senator
Frye I objected to the bill, because
it did not contain a reciprocity
clause which would provide a
market for wheat and pork, for
other products of the farm and for
"Hefore the bill was finally
passed the reciprocity clause was
inserted and a large addition was
made to the free list It will, there
fore, be seen from what I said in my
letter, that the objection which I
made to the McKinley bill was en
tirely removed before the bill be-
came a law.
"Let me further aay that the reci
procity clause has giveu ample
market for many barrels of Hour
and many pounds of pork.
"Brazil, some months since, en
tered into a treaty by which many
American articles are admitted
free. Flour is made free and pork
is admitted at a nominal duty.
"Cuba and Porto Rico have re
duced the duty on Hour from $T.H0 a
barrel to $1.00 (which gives us the
market) besides putting nearly one
hundred articles of American pro
duction on the free list.
"San Domingo has made a reci
procity treaty with flour and pork
upon the free list, besides a large
number of other articles. Other
treaties for reciprocity are in
"Germany, without negotiating a
formal treaty, has removed the pro
hibition on pork, and our govern
ment, in consideration thereof, has
left lur sugar on the free list. This
opens to us an entirely new market
and between $1;,XX,IX)0 and $J0,(XK,-
000 of American pork will be con
sumed per annum, where not a
pound has been taken for ten years.
Hie reciprocity ptovision is
proving very successful, and es
pecially in farm products and more
particularly in the case of the two
articles mentioned in the paragraph
quoted Hour and pork.
"I am not, therefore, an opponent
of the McKinley bill as the demo
cratic papersof Ohio nre constantly
alleging. On the contrary I have
continually supported it ever since
it was perfected by the insertion of
the reciprocity clause. Very
OUR NEXT SHERIFF.
In the person of G. C. Kdson our
republican Candidate for sheriff
we have a man whom the oeonle
can safely trust that important of
fice with, and one who needs not
send out of the county to import
deputy to handle the businens for
him; we huve a good honest farmer,
who owns a fine farm of his own;
we nave a man who was not afraid
to face the enemy in the late re
bellion, but went to the front as a
bugle boy at the age of 18 years; we
have a good staunch republican
and a perfect gentleman in every
sense of the word. Vote for him
friends and help elect a man that
will fill the office with credit. Kim
Tiik republican ticket will be
elected if every member of the
party will d his duty.
fJNEVTY THE BEST POLICY.
The democratic party is not hon
est in its dealings with the tariff
question. It pretends not to under
stand how sugar may be furnished
to the people at a less price if it is
made free and how the price of tin
may be lowered if a duty is imposed
upon it. If the party desired to
place this matter before the people
fin itw true light, it would readily
concede that a tariff on sugar is a
tax simply because it does not
stimulate home production, and
by home competition break the
foreign monopoly. Kvery demo
crats that advocates u tariff on
West India tuigar knows that it
can not be profitably grown in
America let the duty be as high as
it may simply because our climate
is not fitted.
Hut such is not the cast with tin.
We have been depending upon a
foreign monopoly for tin for a
to do so, it was dismissed, not on
account of any technicalilty or
favoritism for me but because the
charge was not true and could not
be sustained by proof.
I was never expelled from the
Masonic lodge in Leon or elswherc,
and could never have been rein
stated had I been expelled for the
reason stated by your correspond
ent. I believe I enjoy the respect of
the people of Leon, where 1 lived
for so many years and where I fre
quently go to visit relatives- 1 am
absolutely certain the charge of
twenty years ago would never have
been revived had I continued to
reside in Leon, where I have been
known ever since my boyhood.
I trust you will give this denial
equal prominence with the accusa
tion. Respectfully yours,
A, M. Post.
CANADA GIVES IOWA A HINT..
The "Canadian Manufacturer" has
this to say concerning a flourishing
city of Iowa:
"A factory in Ottumwa, Iowa, has
increased live fold its facilities for
the manufacture of cutlery, and the
number of hands emnloved bv it
from 100 to 500, entirely because of
tne new tantf. The Ottumwa
Courier explains that the enlarged
works will compete with foreigners
in the production of a class of cut
lery which the United States was
not able to manufacture with suc
cess under former duties in compe
tition with makers of other coun
tiies. At the same time that
journal states that the prices of
cutlery are no higher in Ottumwa
than they were before the jnew
unties were unproved. These are
interesting facts, and they accord
precisely with what is known of the
trade in eastern states. Protection
The democratic policy is opposed
to all tins. There was nothing in
the Mills bill that would have in
creased the number of men em
ployed in one factory of one city in
Iowa by 400, and an increase of 400
adult operatives, represents an in
cense of 2,000 in the number of
mouths to be filled with farm prod
ucts, bodies to be clothed, minds to
be instructed. The enlargement of
the home markets by this 2,000 who
require school books, newspaper's,
houses, furniture, artificial light,
coal, groceries, and clothes neces
sarily is considerable. Hut this
case of increase is but one out of
many that are evident in Jowa, and
those that are now evident are but
prognostications of the mam that
will be evident a vrar hence. For
the operation of the McKinley bill
is as yet but in an early ami in
If the people of Iowa are wise
they will cast a large majority of
voles in favor of the parly that in
sures protection and prosperity to
home industries. If they are fool.
ish they will cast a majority for the
party that believes it to be the
eternal destiny of the northern
states to produce cheap grain and
meat for the cheap laborers in
hiiropcau factories, and for the yet
cheaper laborers that toil in the
cotton fields of the southern
oligarchs. Inter Ocean.
THE friends of Gov. Campbell are
now wishing that gentleman had
Sknatok Vooriikks thinks the
democrats are making a mistake in
dodging a discussion of the silver
question in Ohio. Wonder what he
thinks about his party in New York
Massachusetts, Iowa and Nebraska.
M'B .-..rul.r I...... ..
.. u.mk.j mai n rrpuoucan say
that he will Ni'rati-li liiu C..L..1 tl. -
uiKi-i. i nr
republicans realize the importance
of showing their full strength this
year and will be goverened accord-
Some f the most stni;,,., '
tersting discoveries of the life and
customs of buried Egypt ure now
being made through extensiveexca
vattions. These discoveries are
excitinsr u exeat iti4pru
discoveries are, however, being
uimn- in uur couuiry mat are re
markable, a iiion u- whi.-ii
mention that of llaller's Pain Para
lyser wnic enects entire relief, and
in manv cases a rnmnbii, A
that terrible disease rheumatism,
and which also relieves pain of all
ifm?. rur HMie uy an druggists.
Rabbita l.raln( ta Clin a.
The effects npon animals of a chanfje
la the conditions of their life is a favorite
topic among coologigts, who find that
nearly evory species of animals existed
in some other than its present form at
some previous epoch of the world. The
whale, for instance, was once a land ani
mat Forced to take water for a living
he became in time much more like a fwh
in shape than Like a land animal.
According to a Tasraanian paper a
uiiwhCiatiou of the form of a familiar
Lnropeiin animal in going on in the
Australian world under the eye of the
The Australian rabhit, imported from
England, is aoinuriug nails on his feet
and learning to climb. As is well known.
tiit rabbits of Australia have increased
to such euorutous numbers that they
have become a great pest, swarming
ov-r the i.tml and devouring the farm
In order to protect their fields the
rannenj put up wire netting in place ot
fences. The rabbits could not get
ihrough tnesn. but they presently began
to ourrow ijeiieath them.
Then the farmers sank thenettinuii hi
or eight inches into thesoil. This ntnppwl
tne rabbits from getting in bv diiririn''
but they presently began to attempt to
enmo over tne nutting.
As the result of this climbing, it u
sum. tue rabbits are developing a nail in
their toes. The nail development has
been noticed, in Queensland, and still
inter in iasmnrua.
According to the theory Of natural
selection, it is hkWy presently to happen
that in certain districts only thoBe ran
bits will survive which can climb at
least a little, aid in this way a race ol
climbing rabbits may be developed.
The Ruularj National Hymn.
The great part which the Russian na
tional hymn has nlaved in wAMtarn En
rope since the French fraternization with
Russia has started much inquiry about
its origin According to the Frank
furter Zoitnwr, thehvmn iB not vntnit
years old, and was first used for its pres
ent purpose under Czar Nicholas. When
ne innue uts tour in Prussia and Austria,
in the year 183a, he was accompanied by
Adjutant (Jeueral Alexei Feodorowitsch
L,non, a passionate violinist and a com
poser of some skill. The czar was im
pressed by the fact that everv mirimnrjil
t band in Berlin and Vienna greeted him
oy playing tne national hymn of their
own country, and this was apologized for
by the known absence of any recognized
national by ma in the great empire which
Nicholas was much impressed by the
deficiency, and during his return Jour
ney toward St Petersburg had much
talk with Lnoff upon the subject, and at
last ordered him to compose a hymn for
the Russian military bands. Lnoff here
upon set music to Schnlowsky's "CJod
Be the Czar's Protector." Thn Hrhnlnw.
ky-Luoff hymn was first played pub
licly before the czar on Nov. 88, 1833,
and so pleased the sovereign that by a
ukase of Dec. 4 of the same year he or
dered it to be adopted as the national
nymn or ttussia. Lnoff was not only re
warded by the gift of a gold snuff box
set with diamonds, but permission was
given to him and his heirs to adopt the
first line of the hymn as the family
Tha Trua Way of Loukiug at Failures
"I have made a practice all my life,"
said a very successful man, "of looking
upon failures us stepping stones, rungs
on the hulder of life, anything but dis
couragements. When 1 was young and
struggling and 1 met with some unex
pected check or disappointment I would
say stoically to myself, 'Another dilll
culty is behind me,' und would really
feel that the future hold just one obsta
cle the less in my raid to success." What
a brave spirit is shown in such a view of
life the uplendid Anglo-Saxon qunlity
of "not knowing when one is beaten,"
which makes heroes out of common clay
and enables a tnau to conquer fate.
"Such a delightful view to t.iko of my
spoiled canvases!" sighed a young artist
who was an interested listener to his
comforting theories. "It is the ouly
true way to look at things, believe mo,
my dear young lady," he answered.
"We are all so miserably finite that it
becomes, after all, simply a question of
degree; aud if we struggle bravely and
patiently toward any goal that we place
before, so we are bound to advanced
New York Tribune.
Mr. VaiukrUill Ll,e Uichent Man.
One of the be.st of nil authorities on
wealth, a gentleman who hits undoubt
edly rubbed shoulders familiarly with a
greater number of millionaires than any
other person living or dead, remarked to
me that he was sure that Cornelius Van
derbilt had a larger fortune than any
other tenant of this planet lie was
entirely familiar with the riches of the
Rothschilds, aud knew uninn rf tlimn
personally. None of them could match
ti ir 1 l : l. ... -
jur. vauueroiu in pietiiora or millions.
The scores of million nr Ann rinnU
and John D. Rockefeller did not equal
ornenus vanaerbilt s possessions. This
trentlemun. however, ili.l nnt rraii th
estimate of John D. Rockefeller's wealth
at fI23.000.000. He thought it would
L .J1.. 1 ...
naraiy exceea nan that amount.
Blakely Hall in New York Truth.
lillnd N Vura BKgr.
A rather clever trick which is succes
fully done by a number of beggars in
tins city is to turn their eyeballs up until
they appear to be blind. With their eyes
in this condition they grind a small
wheezy hand organ, or stand on some
prominent corner and hold a tin cup In
their bands, thus mutely appealing for
charity. A few of them attempt to sing,
but they soon realizs that it is too much
to ask of mankind to listen to their sing
ing aud then give them mouey. To do
this iuacefuly f-r awy lmtr- of time
ia vcy siiHl Jiiii on the yas, and may
result in genuine blindness. But some
of them have practiced it until it Is im
possible to discover by looking at them
tbat thsy are not really blind. New
fork Cor. Chicago Herald.
A K.i'M in.- uxta Aiplandd by
f1l-ii'r Niuetj Hlto Ammy
John li McWade. the well-kuown
baritone, was at the Columbia with Hal
len and Hart's " New Later Ou." ilr
McWade. it will be remembered, is th
singer who ttopularized ''Comrades." Im
he is a nice fellow in spite of that. He
aud his little family have a delightful
home at Mount Vernon, near New York
city. During the summer Mr. McWade
sang in liLrht onera in .Milwaukee. and in
every production, whether the scene was
laid iu Venice or Japan, the audience
howled for "Comrades" until John
Stepped to the footlights, winked at the
leader of the orchestra ami proceeded to
remit r that venerable ballad as he only
can render it.
When here he and his wife stopped at
the Windsor hotel. Earlv ouemorniug
Chief Clurk Jasper received a message
saying that Hantoue Jlc Wade was want
ed at the public telephone station, where
a party m Milwaukee desired to lioh
converse with him Mr. J asner carried
the message to the McWade parlors in
The baritone was indulging in hi
morning nap. or ueauiy sleep, wnen hi
learned what was wanted. He bastilr
arose, donned his clothes and ruslui
over to me teienuouo Btation. where In
entered the long distance telephone bo:;
ana tooK up tlie receiver.
'Hello!' he shouted, "is that Mi!
"Yes, came the answer, faint bi;t
clear. "Id that John McWade?"
"It is," replied the singer. "Who h
"I'm Billy Crosby, from Chicago.
"Hello, Billy t what are you doing u
uaa to run up here on business msi
night. Say, John, I want you to do un
a ravor, ir yon wiil
"With pleasure. What is ttf"
"Just sing me the first verse and
ohorus of 'Comrades.' will vou?"
"Well. I'll be ."said McWade halt
to himself and the other half to Crosby
"Go ahead, J ohn. Tve pa i d the tolls
Td give five dollars to hear 'Comraui
now. If you'll sing I'll oin a MUial
bottle when 1 meet you tomorrow."
"All right; here eoes." renlied Me
Wade with a laugh, and he started in
on "Comrades, " singing it as be never
sang it before. One of the messemei
boys tiptoed over and quietly opened the
aoor or tne long distance box.
Then the whole force of the office
knocked off work and drank in the
superb melody as it rolled from the bart
tone s lungs to Milwaukee by wire. As
he wound up the song with a high note
ne neara Crosby say, "Wait a minute,
jomv iuen ne plainly heard the Mil
waukee i ccl.ur drop and Crosby clap
his hauda vigorously in front of the
transmitter. It was genuine applause
rrom ninety miles away, and it sounded
as sweetly to the singer as though it had
oeen tne roar of a vast audience.
"Thanks, John. That was great The
bottle goes. Tell Clayton to put it on
ice now," came the faint voice. "Good
"Ooodbv said John, and li rhiif
all the way back to bis hoteL Chicago
A European Idna. .
A matrimonial clubhouse is among
recent innovations In a European city.
It is a large, roomy bnilding, divided
into several anartments. in one of which
portraits of each woman subscriber ar
exhibited, w;'ii full descriptions of her
age, tfiieii; me, color of hair, eyes,
etc.,. -- feet, and meas-
uremv.. and general con
tour. Tiier- aio j brief account of
her life, whether widow or BDinster. and
of her particular penchant in alliance
wun Daciiuior or wntlower, merchant,
lawyer or jurist, etc., all nicely tabu
lated ami set forth. In another room
are the portraits of men candidates for
connubial buss, but the descriptions are
less elaborate, and confino themselves tn
an enumeration of tho social 6tutus of
tho candidate and his financial condi
tion. A general reading room provides a
medium for mutual meeting, and is pre
sided over by an ancient dame who knits
interminable stockings. There are al"o
private rooms for more con fidential tote-
a-tete. One of the curious rules ot the
place is that only ladies may enter the
room where the men's portraits nre, and
men only are admitted to the women's
gallery. They must meet in the com
mon room. The establishment is con
ducted on moral principles, aud the num
ber of matches on its books approximates
1,000,-New York Sun.
A Collection of Crowns.
A whole collection of crowns is kent
at the royal palace (the Kremlin) at Mos
cow, Russiii. These relics of denarted
greatness they nearly all come from
countries which have been subjugated by
the Russians are kept in what is known
as the "Throne Room" of the Kremlin.
Here are shown the crowns of Poland
Kazan, Georgia, Astrakhan and Persia.
besides the thrones and other royal in
Sigma too numerous to mention. Be
sides the crowns of couquered nations,
those of almost all the czars may be
seen in that vast treasure house.
The most curious one of the lot is the
double crown made for Peter the Great
and his half witted brother; the most
costly tbat of the Empress Catherine,
which contains 8.586 diamonds of the
first water. yt. Louis Republic
Told th Truth.
Young Lady I paid yon a high price
for these kid gloves, and a friend of
inine, who is an expert, says they are
not kid at at alL lie says they are made
Dealer Shust vat I said, mine tear
yonng lady. 1 tole you say was kit
gloves. Good Newa
A Uly DlacmoaC.
Doctor 1 believe yon have some sort
of poison in your system.
Patient Shouldn't wonder. What was
that last stuff you gave me? New York
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32?UtN frill Id
Nearly every pattern of & Horse
Blanket is imitated in color and
style. In most cases the imitation
looks just as good as the genuine,
but it hasn't the xvarp threads, and
so lacks strength, and while it sells
r t iri i .i .i
...v- ii, i.in inui ill uuc-uaii daiuucn.
The fact that sa Horse Blankets
1 rt .nniAl f 1
my. v.u jitu ia siiuiiir cviuenct
that thev arc TureTiMnnon
and every buyer should see that
the 3a trade mark is sewed on
the inside of the Blanket.
ARE THE STRONGEST.
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at prices to suit everybody. If you can't get
thrm from your dealer, write us. Ask ftS
the Va Hook. You can got it without chare
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I by the B i i un ci
, ansa iwa, ana
KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, til.
Sold by DranrUU a ftt wr Bottle. 8tet8
We iimd the mirrelnai French
Rraiody CALTHOS Ore, and
legal guarantee tbat CeLTam will
TOP DWaanm A EailHleaa.
CURE peranterraea, Tartmrriil
aaa kkstuuk Lot Ylr.
Vie it aid pay ifiatiied,
Adtm. VON MOHL CO..
M. iataa Aftab, ftarieeiq, OU
Where! What! When! Whir
risrht here, richt now nnd all the
time, ia crointr on n strny trip with
disease for health and llaller's Sar-
aaparnlla aud Burdock ia the most
successful; opponent that Hcienee.
nun nua i.ir uiMCOVfreu.
To repivst'iit our well known
house. Vou ii'mI no CHtiltal to re pre
sent A llrin iliiit warrants Mm-k llrst-duM
ami trim to name. WORK JUL THE YERR.
i-ioipt'r month to nlil man. Ai.ly quick,
statins ag . L L ri.AY & CO
MiiM-ry, nrait hmi fciTii-im'H.si. 1'nul, Alum.
inns ii oust1 m ri'itpot nun )
That Hacking Couch can to quick
ly cured by Sfiiloh'a cure. We
guarantee it, hor Sale by h. G.-
1 ricke and I) II Snyder 1
Butter, Iiggs, Cheese, Wild Game,
Poultry, Meat, Apple!, Potatoen
Green nnd Dried Fruite, Vegetablen
Cider, Beans, Wool, Hides, Tallow
Sheep Pelts, Furs, Skins, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Heeswax, Feath
ers, Ginsing, Broomcorn, and Hops.
M. K. BALLARD
(len. ('cm, Merchant ft 'd Shipper,
217 Market Street - St. Louis. Mo
WANTKD Aufnt. vue itexuaiiited with Farm.
ere anil Khipperx,
Office in the Bass Noel building
KeHidence, the Ivd Rich Property, f
The Girl of tho Future.
Now John, if I say yea, its on one
condition will vou oromiMeV Vmi
had better oay yes well, its that
rou win get me a Dottle of Haller n
'ain Paralizer. WhvV lwuuii.
the best thing for headache and
rit,irt,i:u.H r i
iinuuiaiiniii i crrr nearu or ana
then it.n so nice for babies when
Hiey have the colic nnd diarrhea.
Last year the oooonents of th
McKinley bill made a great howl
auout tne general rise in priceu
that was certain to result from its
passage and the friends of the bill
could only deny the charge; but
this yeHr after the bill has been
tested these yelpers have not only
been silenced, but the honest rotera
throughout the country nre con
vinced of the dishonest motives
that prompted the democratic
party to abuse the bill.
IKFAkB for the great republican
landslide that will sweep the
country two weeks hence.
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